Galva Holstein Community School - Moo Yearbook (Holstein, IA)
- Class of 1959
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Text from Pages 1 - 90 of the 1959 volume:
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Presented by ilu, SENIOR CLASS of
HOLSTEIN COMMUN1'1'Y SCHOOL
To our Mothers and Fathers-whose interests have
been in the improvement of our lives-whose love
and encouragement have been inspirational-and
whose never ending sacrifices have made possible
these four years of high school-we respectfully
dedicate 'The Moo" of 1959,
The Class of 1959
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Shop, Ygand cmd grades
Sponsored by A. HUEGERICH AND COMPANY and MYRTUE TRUCKING
lgoowfol Cf Colocation
Front Row, Left to Right: Mr. M. F. Christie, Superintendent of Schoolsg Mrs. Gladys Raabe, Secretaryg Miss Mildred Jackes,
Treasurerg Mr. Clement Butcher.
Second Row, Left to Right: Mr. Jesse Leonard, President, Mr. Harold Scherner, Mr. Harland Hanson, Mr. Floyd Doxtad.
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Pomeroy High School
Iowa State Teachers College
Buena Vista College
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St. Bernard High School
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Cherokee High School
Wayne State Teachers College
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Galva High School
Buena Vista College
Hobby ........................... .... F ishing
Panora High School
Hobby .......................... Playing Piano
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Briar Cliff College
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Wayne State Teachers College
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Lake View High School
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BUS DRIVERS-Leif! to Right, Row 1: Earl Fick, Allen Olson, Bill Weber,
Second Row: Fred Barghols, Carl Hayfeldt, Bill Wiese, Lyle
Raabe, Verdean Bremer
SCHOOL SECRETARIES-MTS. Mabel Crmhaus and Mrs. Gladys Raahe
Cooxs-Left to Right: Mrs. Olga Carnes, Mrs. Carl Branco, Mrs. Fred Barg-
hols, Mrs. Verne Stewart
CUsromANs-- "Bun,' Leinbaugh, Bill Blenner
Mrs. Mabel Obrecht
BONNIE CHRISTIANSEN Daughter of MI. 81 Mrs. Harry Christiansen
"She puts her worries clown in the bottom of her heart, sits on the
lid, and srnilesf,
Hoo Staff 43 Cheerleader 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Girls' Glee Club 1, 2
3, 43 Girls' Clee Club President 4g Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Marching Band
l. 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club lg Pep Council 2, 3g Pirateer
1, 2, 43 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Dance Band 1, 2, 3: .lunior Class Play 3g Home
Ec. Style Show 13 Prom Server l3 Class Secretary-Treasurer 2g Class Vice
President 33 Homecoming Oueen 4.
"I never trouble trouble, 'til trouble troubles me."
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Glee Club
1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 2, 3g Junior Class Crew 33 Boys' Octet 2g Mixed
Quartet 33 Mixed Octet 3.
Sponsored by PAT'S BEAUTY SHOP and MICHAELSEN AND SONS IMPLEMENTS
WILLIAM ARMIGER Son of Mr. Sz Mrs. William Armiger
"As easily excited as the rock of Gibralter."
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball l, 23 Track l, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Glee Club l, 23
Junior Class Crew 3.
LOREN BERGMANN Son of Mr.'8r Mrs. Alfred Bergmann
"Yes, even a Ford helps oneis social standing."
Moo Staff 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Boys' Clee Club 1, 2g Junior Class Crew 3.
DEAN BRIJYFOGLE Son of Mr. SI Mrs. Harold Breyfogle
"A quiet, bashful gent until you get to know him!"
Moo Staff 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior
Class Crew 3.
Son of Mr. 81 Mrs. Harry Clausen
to the Queen 4.
JANET GODBERSON Daughter of Mr. 81 Mrs. Theodore Godberson
"My hearfs not my own. but I don't care. 1t's in good hands."
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 13 Pirateer Typist 43 Junior Class
Crew 33 Class Secretary 1.
SANDRA HAHNE Daughter of Mr. 81 Mrs Samuel Hahne
"There's no man in the world worth spending all your tzme
M00 Staff 43 Basketball lg Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 1 Plrateer
43 Junior Class Crew 3.
Sponsored by TOM'S SUPER VALUE ond SAXON LUMBER COMPANY
LORETTA CLAUSEN Daughter of Mr 8. Mrs Lester P Clausen
"A winner never quzts and a qattter never wms
Moo Staff 43 Basketballl 2 3 4 Cirls Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus
2, 3, 4g Marching Band 1 2 3 4 Concert Band 1 2 3 4 Pep Club 1
Pirateer 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Baud Z 3 4 Dance Band 2 3 4- Junior Class Crew
3g Home Ee. Style Show 1 Prom Server 1 Class Secretary 3 Saxophone
Quartet 23 Second Attendant to the Queen 4
JULIE EWOLDT Daughter of Mr 81 Mrs Peter Ewoldt
"Generally speakzng, she s generally speakmg
Moo Staff Editor 43 Cheerleader 3 4 Basketball 1 Girls Glee Club 1 2 3
43 Girls' Glee Club Vice President 4 Mixed Chorus 2 3 4 Marching Band
1, 2, 3, 4g Concert Band 1 2 3 4 Band Vice President 4 Speech 3, 4
Pep Club 13 Pep Council 4 Pep Council Secretary Treasurer 4 Ptrateer
1, 2, 3, 4g Pep Band 1 2 Junior Class Play 3 Home Ee Style Show 1
Girls' Sextet 3, 43 Instrumental Solo 1 2 Clarinet Quintet 1 2 Clarinet
Quartet 1, 2g Clarinet 'lrio 1 2 Woodwind Ensemble 1 2 First Attendant
DEAN GERBER Son of Mr 81 Mrs Arthur Gerber
"l'm after the man who invented work
Moo Staff4g Football 1, 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Boys Glee Clubl 2 3
Mixed Chorus 33 Pep Club 1 Pep Council 4 Pep Council Vice President 4
Junior Class Crew 33 Prom Server 1 Class President 2 Class Vice President
43 Boys' Octet 1, 23 Second Attendant to the Km Football Co captain 4
CAMILLA HANSON Daughter of Mr. Sr Mrs. Harland Hanson
"Give me a man but don't teli Mama."
Moo Staff 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4,
Pep Club 1, Pirateer 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, Dance Band 1, 2, Junior
Class Play 3, Home Ec. Style Show 1, Girls' Sextet 3, Mixed Quartet 3, 4,
Mixed Octet 3, 4, All State Chorus 4, Saxophone Quartet 1, 2.
CLIFFORD HEENEY Son of Mr. 84 Mrs. Eugene Heeney
"If you itch for success, keep on scratching."
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Junior Class
Play 3, Prom Server 3 tMondamin, lowal , Boys' Octet 3.
LARRY JOHNSON Son of Mr. Sz Mrs. Victor Johnson
"Not as innocent as he appears."
Moo Staff 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys'
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club President 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4,
Junior Class Crew 3, Class President 1 tGalva, Iowal.
GLORIA KENNEDY H -V Daughter of Mr. gl Mrs. Glen 1. Kennedy
"The harder I try the gooder to be, the worser I am."
Xloo Staff 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, Pep Council 2, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Home
Ev. Style Show 1, Girls' Sextet 4, Mixed Quartet 1, 2, 4, Mixed Octet 1, 2, 4,
Girls' Trio 2, Vocal Solo 1, 2, All State Chorus 2, 4.
JOHN KOLB Son of Mr. 81
"Every deck has its joker."
Moo, Staff 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys'
Mrs. R. J. Kolb
Glee Club Vice
President 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Concert Band
1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, Pep Council 4, Pep Council President 4, Pirateer 4,
Pep Band 3, .lunior Class Play 3, Prom Server 1, Class Treasurer 4, Boys'
Octet 2, Mixed Quartet 3, Mixed Octet 3, Instrumental Solos 2, All State
Chorus 3, Brass Quintet l, 2, 3, Brass Choir 1, 2, Woodwind Choir 1, 2,
State Track Meet, First Attendant to the King.
Sponsored by SCHUETT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY and STOLLEY'S
ALBERT LEONARD Son of Mr. Sa Mrs. Luverne Leonard
"I favor a five day week enrlfi
Moo Staff 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball. 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep
Club 1, Junior Class Play 3, Prom Server 1.
MARY KNUTH Daughter of Mr. 8 Mrs. H. P. Knuth
"A most competent lassief,
Moo Staff Assistant Editor, Cheerleader 3, 4, Basketball 1, Girls' Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Band President 4, Speech 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, Pep Council 4,
Pirateer 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, Junior Class Crew 3, Home Ec. Style
Show 1, Girls' Sextet 4, Girls' Trio Acconipanist 2, Instrumental Solo 1, 2,
All State Band 2, 3, 4, Brass Sextet 1, 2, 3, 4, Woodwind Quintet 1, 2, 3, 4,
Brass Choir 1, 2, 4, Woodwind Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Northwest Iowa Band 1, 2.
ROBERT KRAAI Son of Mr. Si Mrs. Russ Kraai
"Basketball man, football man, last but not least a ladies' manf'
Moo Stafi 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys'
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club President 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Pep
Club 1, Pep Council 3, 4, Pirateer 4, Junior Class Crew 3, Prom Server 1,
Class President 1, 3, 4, ,lack North's Honor Roll 3, State Track Meet 3,
Northwest Iowa First Team Football 4, Football Co-captain 4, Homecoming
MARYSPADEWIG Daughter of Mr. St Mrs. Fred Ladewig
They say blondes are dangerous-you never can tell."
gb? Staff 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pirgteer
taf1,4, Pep Band 1, 2. 3, ,lun Cl C '3, H E,S .
Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Concert Blijdd 11152, slew Ome C lyle Show 1'
RODNEY MADSEN Son of Mr. 81 Mrs. Elary Madsen
"Lead me not into temptation but show me where it is."
Moo Staff 4, Football 1, 2, 4, Track 1, 2, 4, Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Boys'
Glee Club Secretaiy 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, Pep Council 2,
3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Class Treasurer 1, 3, Class Vice President 2,
Class Secretary 4.
Sponsored by FARMERS CO-OP OIL ASSOCIATION ond SCOTTY'S TAVERN
THOMAS MOHR Son of Mr. Sz Mrs. Amandus Mohr
"Of all my admirers, Fm the greatestf,
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4g Junior Class Crew 33
State Track Meet 3g Northwest Iowa Third Team 4.
WARREN NELSON Son of Mr. Glenn Nelson
"You cion't have to be a farmer to raise Cain."
Pep Club 1.
CHARLES PUTENSEN Son of Mr. Sz Mrs. Arnold Putensen
6'Sometimes 1 sir and think and sometimes I just sit."
Moo Staff 43 Track 1, 2, 3, Junior Class Play 3.
BRUCE SCHMIDT Son of Mr. 81 Mrs. Emil Schmidt
"Men of few words are the best men."
Moo Staff 4, Basketball 1, 23 Track 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43
Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Speech lg
Pep Club lg Pep Band 1, 2, 39 Junior Class Crew 35 Football Manager 35
Instrumental Solo 2.
GARY SCHUETT Son of Mr. 8 Mrs. Everett Schuett
"If brains were money he'd never be in debtf'
Moo Staff 4, Boys' Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 13
Junior Class Play 33 Mixed Quartet 3, 4, Mixed Octet 3, 4g Vocal Solo 3, 49
All State Chorus 4
Sponsored by EMIL EHLER AND SON ond HOLSTEIN LUMBER COMPANY
DONNA SEE .
"Intelligence is not her only virtuef,
Librarian 3, 4g Pirateer Typist 4g Junior Class Crew 3g Lunchroom Staff 4.
LAWRENCE TIMMERMAN Son of Mr. 81 Mrs. Fred Timmerman
"My ambition is just around the corner."
Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Junior Class Crew 3.
"She is not shy or bolrl, but a friend to all."
Moo Staff 43 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Librarian 33 Junior Class Play 33
Home Ec. Style Show 1, 25 Lunchroom Staff 1, 2, 3, 4.
MAXINE Vous Daughter of Mr. 81 Mrs. Henry Vohs
"Quiet? I doubt it!',
Moo Staff 45 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 44 Girls' Glee Club Secretary 4, Mixed
Chorus 3, 44 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Band Secre-
tary-treasurer 45 Pirateer 1, 2, 3. 43 Junior Class Crew 49 Prom Server lg
lnstrumental Solo 1.
SAUNDRA WAGNER Daughter of Dr. 81 Mrs. L. H. Wagner
"It's nice to smile-but it's more fun to laugh."
Moo Staff 43 Cheerleader 2g Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Mixed Chorus
2, 3, 4, Marching Band 1, 23 Concert Band lg Pep Club lg Pirateer 1 2 3 4'
Librarian 3, 4g Pep Band lg Junior Class Crew 33 Home Ec. Style Sliovsi 1: 33
Girls' Sextet 3, 4
Sponsored by BUD EHLER, MOBILGAS TANKWAGON and GEBERS MOBILGAS SERVICE
NORDYNE VICKERY Daughter of Mr. 8: Mrs. Lester Vickery
Glass of I Q60
First Row, L. to R.: Kirk Fitzner, Donald Butcher, Orrin Armiger, Stephen Madsen, Dennis Bochmann.
Second Row: Tom Keitges, Cathrine Lingle, Gary Johnson, Faye Janssen, Freddie Coettsch, Roberta Boothby.
Third Row: Janet Sass, Diane Cellert, Kathleen Krull, Doris Tinimerman, Veryl Droegmiller, Joelle Jochims, James Johann
sen, Marilyn Christiansen, Jerry Jochims, Mary Mohr, Elaine Cipperley, Wilda Putnam.
Fonrrlz. Row: Wendell Rolfs, Janice Steen, Kathy Gehrts, Sonja Heeney, William Meyer, Jim Wingert. Daniel Bienlien
Nancy Kolb, Elaine Kaus, Joanne Bye, Robert Brown.
CLASS OFFICERS: Diane Cellert, Roberta Boothby, Jerry Jochims, Stephen
Sponsored by FOSSELL WATKINS PRODUCTS ond ETHEL AND HELEN'S
Qlass of I Q6
First Row, L. to R.: Albert Loof, Linda Hueschen, Danny Cipperley, Betty Bergmann, Bill Ericksen, Caroll Lake.
Second Row: Wyleen Leinbaugh, June Hansen, Lorna Brandt, Rae Dean Timmerman, Paul Niemeier, Mike Brosamle, Brian
Brosamle, Wayne Loof, Larry Vesgaard, Sharon Fell, Sandra Baumann, Judy Godbersen.
Third Row: June Kaus, Linda Brandt, Lorine Timmerman, Ronda Clausen. Judy Cowan, Bette Ann Agnew.
CLASS OFFICERS: Danny Cipperley, Brian Brosamle, Gary Ruhser, Sue
Sponsored by HANSEN FURNITURE AND FUNERAL HOME
Glass of I Q5
First Row, L. to R.: Mary Ina Hueschen, Paul Striepe, Mary Jo DeWit, Gary Ruhser, Nina Schmidt. Gary Putensen.
Second Row: Mary Gehrts, .Ianiver Meyer, Donna Sinus, George Dreeszen, Larry Jons, Dennis Fritz. Don Schroeder, David
Coettsch, Christine Leonard, Connie Beyer, Karen Hahne.
Third Row: Judy Williams, Gary Schuett, Roger Nicklas, Dean Fick, John Johannsen, Harold Droegmiller, Sue Blackmer.
Scene from a moment than will live forever in the minds of the
Sponsored by BOOTHBY PLUMBING, HEATING 81 HARDWARE ond
CENTRAL TELEPHONE COMPANY
NORTHWEST IOWA BAND
Mary Jo DeWit. Mary Ina Huesehen, Joanne Bye,
f Jerry Jochims, John Johannsen, Diane Gellert.
ALL STATE BAND
David Bye, Mary Jo DeWit, Mary IIIa Iiucschen.
ALL STATE ORCH ESTRA
Joanne Bye, Jerry Jochims.
Joelle Jochims, Camilla Hanson. Gary Schuett, Steve
Madsen. Karen Hahne. Gloria Kennedy, Loren
Clausen. .lerrv Auvlezzate.
STATE MUSIC CONTEST FOR LARGE GROUPS
Boys, GLEE CLUI: - Division 1 Rating.
GIRLS, GLEE CLUB - Division I1 Rating.
Mix:-in Cnonus - Division I Rating.
CONCERT BAND -- Division I Rating.
1958 FOOTBALL TEAM
9 Wins, 0 Losses, Maple Valley Conference Cham-
Robelit Kraai - Voted Most Valuable Player.
Dean Gerber, Robert Kraai - Co-Captains.
Des Moines Register All-State Football Fourth
Team - Robert Kraai.
All-Northwest First Team - Robert Kraai.
All-Northwest Third Team - Tom Mohr.
1958-1959 GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM
25 Wins, 1 Loss, Maple Valley Conference Cham-
pions and Tournament Champions, Dis-
All State Fourth Team Guard - Bonnie Chris-
District Free Throw Competitor - Roberta
Mary Ladewig, Bonnie Christiansen - C0-
1959 TRACK TEAM
Dean Gerber, John Kolb - Co-Captains.
SHOT PUT - Dean Gerber - First Place.
DISCUS - Robert Kraai.
FOOTBALL THROW - Robert Kraai.
POLE VAULT - Albert Leonard - Tie for
HIGH JUMP - Fred Goettsch, Dean Breyfogle.
HIGH HURDLES - Fred Goettsch.
2 MILE RELAY TEAM - Tom Mohr, Bruce
Schmidt, Cha1'les Putensen, John Kolb.
QUEEN - Bonnie Christiansen.
KING - Robert Kraai.
ATTENDANTS - Julie Ewoldt, Loretta Clausen, Jolm
Kolb. Dean Gerber.
QUEEN - Bonnie Christiansen.
ATTENDANTS - Loretta Clausen, Julie Ewoldt.
JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM ROYALTY
QUEEN - Bonnie Christiansen.
IXINC - Dean Gerber.
BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKER OF TOMORROW
National Merit Scholarship Corporation Certificate
of Merit - Rodney Madsen.
Alumni Association Scholarship at Iowa State Col-
lege - Rodney Madsen.
N. R. O. T. C. 4-Year Scholarship at Iowa State
College - Dean Gerber.
Nominated for membership in the National Athletic
Scholarship Society - William Armiger, Dean
Breyfogle, Loren Bergmann, Don Clausen, Dean
Gerber, Larry Johnson, John Kolb, Bob Kraai,
Albert Leonard, Rodney Madsen, Tom Mohr,
Charles Putensen, Bruce Schmidt.
High School Citizenship Award - Bonnie Chris-
tiansen, Loretta Clausen.
Iowa State Bar A'ssn Citizenship Award - Rodney
High School Activities Award - Bonnie Christian-
sen, Loretta Clausen, Julie Ewoldt, Mary Knuth
John Kolb, Bob Kraai.
Black and Orange Honor Cord Awards t"B', aver-
age or better in Scholarship! - Sandra Hahne,
fVaIedictorianl G. P. 3.845 Rodney Madsen,
tSalutatorianI G. P. 3.793 Loretta Clausen, G.
P. 3.72g Bonnie Christiansen, 3.68, Julie
Ewoldt, 3.593 Dean Gerber, 3.53, Robert
Kraai, 3.4-7g Mary Knuth, 3.223 Gary Schuett,
3.17, Saundra Wagner. 3.12.
1958-1959 BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM
14- Wins, 4 Lossesg Maple Valley Conference Cham-
Dean Gerber, John Kolb - CoCaptains.
Robert Kraai - 4- Years of High School.
STATE SMALL GROUPS AND SOLO MUSIC CONTEST
INSTRUMENTAL GROUPS - 6 Division I Ratings, 6 Division ll Ratings.
INSTRUMENTAL SOLOS - 6 Division I Ratings: David Bye, Mary Ina Hueschen,
Ziary Jo DeWit, Joanne Bye, Jerry Jochims, Jim Johannseng 6 Division Il
VOCAL GROUPS -- Mixed Octet, Division I Ratingg 6 Division II Ratings.
VOCAL SOLOS -- 5' Division I Ratings: Mary Jo DeWit, Steve Madsen, Tom
Keitges: 8 Division II Ratings.
HOLSTEIN SPEECH STUDENTS
SUB-DISTRICT - 8 Division I Ratings: Elaine Cipperley, Virginia Kaster, Mary
Jo DeWit, Mary Ann Conover, Janice Steen, Kathy Gehrts. Wilda Put-
nam t2l, ,
DISTRICT - 4 Division I Ratings: Kathy Gehrts, Janice Steen, Wilda Putnam,
and Mary Ann Conover.
STATE CONTEST - 2 Division I Ratings: Kathy Gehrts and Wilda Putnam.
First Row IL. to RJ: Carmen Coettsch, Dean Loof, Christine Sokolowski, Brian Reiff, Janice Wiese, Patty Dittmer, Billy Rohlk.
Tommy Goettsch, Connie Downs, Steven Kay, Kristin Friedrichsen.
Second Row: Donna Fouls. Curtis. Eckermun, Erica Heilman, Ross Feddersen, Eldean Gehrts, Kevin Fitzner, Marilyn Scherner.
Back Row: Janet Leonard, Janet Droegmiller, Lois Hammer, Kent Conover, Perry Bochmann, Dale Miller, Cary Brosamle, Cathy
Coettsch, Kathleen Kay. Barbara Calvin, Kendall Brodersen.
TEACHER: Miss McClary
First Row KL. to RJ: Mary Reineke, Roy Williams, David Clausen, Steven Seite. Clay Conover. George Ehrig, linda N-ur
Jackie Moller, Paul Freese.
Second Row: Holly Meyer. Daniel Roepke. Steven Weber, Jeffrey Rognes, Teresa Ehler, Jean Ruser, Jean Rosenberg.
Back Row: Barbara Beyer, Wanda Schirrmacher. Rhonda File, Ann Underriner, Mark Croxell, Jon Stoneking, Timothy Anrlresen.
Dennis Miesner. Thomas Irwin.
TEACHER: Miss McClary
sponsored by CHUCK'S BODY SHOP and DAVID CRARY, ATTORNEY
First Row KL. to RJ: Randall Dreeszen, Charles Goettsch, Jeanne Kahl, Craig Ruring, David Johnson, Bruce Boock, Pat Ken-
nedy, Lorna Dutler, Steven Carnes, Timothy Lohafer, Delane Hogrefe.
Second Row: Kathleen Susie, Marsha Gehrts, Danny See, Jacqueline Sears, Diane Scherner, Linda Krambeck, Bradley Bauer.
Back Row: Verletta Kelsheimer, Debra Cebers, Jane Hammer, Jacqueline Brodersen, Patricia Johannsen, Gregory Johnson,
Dwight Conover, John Mohr, Harry Endrulat, Ronald Lingle.
Absent: Cary Wilder
TEACHER: Miss Skinner
First Row IL. to RJ: Marc Wilson, Brian Lamp, Leona Ehrig, Vicki Otto, Julie Heser, Mary Nash, Robert Butcher, Connie
Wiese, Cole Bremer, Allen Miesner, Grant Conover.
Second Row: James Dutler, Gary Seite, Angela Schuett, Cathy Steen, Dale Coettsch, Kirk Rosenberger, Curtis Rector.
Back Row: Steven Vohs, Karla Nicklas, John Hammer, Linda Ewoldt, Lowell Joslin, Jean Heitmann, Nancie Irwin, Rena Har-
gens, Daniel Ehler, Marlo Johnson, Bradley Stamp, Merrill Wittrock.
TEACHER: Miss Van Vickle
Sponsored by ROYAL CLEANERS and VOHS AND JOHNSON PRODUCE
First Row IL. to RJ: Jerry Ruser, Sonja Strandberg, James Loof, Janet Heeney, Patty Otto, Randy Kay.
Second Row: David Conover, Michael Radke, Danelle Sorensen, Debra File, Barbara Scherner. Robert Wittrock, Michael
Back Row: Ricki Eckerman, Linda Brosamle, Gary Albers, Brian Schuett, Eddie Hansen, John Leonard, Ronald Parker, Linda
Absent: Kenneth Watters
TEACHER: Miss Fairley
First Row IL. to RJ: Janine Wellendorf, Dian Iwen, Linda Boock, Teresa Galvin, Becky Carnes, Cynthia Johnson, David Scott,
Second Row: Connie Steen, Clair Downs, Marc Michaelsen, Randy Bochmann, Craig Schlinz, Debbie Conover.
Back Row: Mary .lo Bagenstos, Paul Fell, Richard Williams, .lo Lynn Rognes, Rozann Wiese, Ronald Andresen, Sharleen
Leonard, Cathy Friedrichsen.
TEACHER Miss Ringgenhefs sponsored by DR. L. H. WAGNER
First Row KL. to RJ: James Kay lsittingl, Elizabeth Heydt, Kathy Goettsch, Patricia Reineke, Mary Ann Ehrig, Kristine Larsen,
Barbara Nash, Patsy Conover, Richard Ruring lsittingl.
Second Row: Dennis Ludvigison, Robert Leinbaugh, Daniel Doxtad, Cary Wiese, David Jackes, Charles Bumann.
Back Row: Sandra Susie, Thomas Fraser, Linda Kuchel, Rolan Albers, Connie Johnson, Marlene Johnson, Wayne Schoer.
'I'r-:Acm-:Rx Mrs. Lasher I
First Row KL. zo RJ: Carol .lean McKnight, Allen Conover, Danny Niemeier, Susan Goettsch, Connie Fouls, Janelle Wittrock
Libby Sears, Jean Conover, Steven Klotz. l
Back Row: Mike Kennedy, Kristin Goettsch, Kim Walden, Merritt Wiese, Johnny Bauman, Gail Cebers, Bob Keitges, Patsy
Irwin, David Wiese.
econd Row: Phillip Lohafer, Charlotte Fouls, Nancy Timmerman, Nolan Heilman, Rhonda Vickery, Judy Pash.
TEACHER: Miss Heiland
SpOrlS0l'ed by LEGIONNAIRE CLUB and ERICKSEN STANDARD STATION
First Row KL. to RJ: Stanley Bauer, Peggy Hammer, Bruce Lingle, Mark Still, Steven Clausen. Bruce Conover. Craig Beyer,
Janis Dorr, Douglas Krager, Lane Volkert, Marcia Rogues.
Second Row: Diane Hungerford, Beverly Dutler, Margy Coettsch, Shelley Noel, Cary Sorensen, Rodney Vohs. Linda Stamp,
Back Row: Cynthia Hansen, Rick Ehler, Judith Heitmunn, Tommy Bruning, Larry Rector, Dennis Crollmus, Christina- Dewit,
David Reiff, Keith Conover, Mark Brosamle, Lyle Wittrock, Link Stoneking.
TEACHER: Miss Carlson
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Baek Row: Peggy Bochmann, ,Iohn Werner, Kent Fick, Yvonne Leonard, Timothy .lackes,nDiii'id lgiolllkanliaaill ,lame
Irwin, Thade Bagenstos, Bonnie Lorenzen, Gary Conover, Rheta Schlintz. . l S
TEACHER! Miss Streed
Sponsored by FIRST METHODIST CHURCH and GOETTSCH STUDIO
First Row KL. to RJ: Dennis Schuett, Jerel Wittrock, Tony Ehrig, James Clausen, Margaret Jones, Donald Dutler, Linda Krag-
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Second Row: Connie Friedrichsen, Susan Hass, Keith Fick, Dennis Seite, Pamela Baumann, Betty Bauman.
Back Row: Terry Bauman, Dale Clausen, Billy Jackes, James Beyer, Cynthia Ehler, Donald Miesner, Betty Ann Lorenzen, Melissa
Sue Leonard, Judy Fraser.
TEACHER: Miss Koster
First Row KL. to RJ: Bruce Klotz, Dennis Sams, John Kuchel, Lanyce Dreeszen, Reas Madsen, Monte Beyer, Roger Larsen, Phil-
Second Row: Linda Conover, Peggy Conover, Dennis Hoaglund, James Sorensen, Marlys Helkenn, Pamela Sears.
Back Row: Gary Brodersen. David Dexter, Jo Keitges, Anna Hogrefe, Connie Kraai, Robert Freese, Susan Kahl, Tamela John
TEACHER: Miss Jones
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First Row IL. to RJ: Shelly Michaelsen, Robert Ericksen. David Niemeier, Sue Holtry, Dennis Perkins, Kenneth Vohs, Douglas
Kahl, David Walden, Carol Lingle, Kenneth Verrone. Dennis Conover, Coleen Luclvigson.
Second Row: Ben Bye, Rene Ruhlow, Mike Michaelsen, David Ehler, Paul Scherner, Neal Conover.
Back Row: Linda Jons, Dianne Reiff, Robert Wienert, Mark DeWit, Richard Parker, Marvin Tinnnerinnn, Christine Hansen,
Diane Fick, Victoria Irwin, Craig Conover, Charlotte Vickery.
TEACHER: Miss Short
First Row KL. lo RJ: Ronald Uoettsch, Joan Beyer. Roger Dreeszen, Paul Goetlsch, Karen XY iltroi-k. Teil liruning, Samuel Heydl,
Van Conover, Alan Kucliel, Cathy .lo McCrea, Eldon Reimers.
Second Row: Burdette Conover, James Striepe, Mark Scott, Gary Stamp, Hoy Rice. Daniel Dorr.
Back Row: Marigene Kahl. Duane Heeney. Nlarillis Johnson, .leanne Frahm. Valgene Wiese. Jeffrey Joi-hinis. Marcia Dec Lem-
hurg, Margaret Breyfogle, Donald Johannsen, lieth Cowan, Kathryn Conover,
Absent: Luann Rice
TEACHER! Miss Kitchen
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First Row IL. to RJ: Nancy Seite, Kenneth Hogrefe, Donald Sams, Ronnie Leckband, Wilbur Wittrock, Curtis Wiese, Curtis
Opdahl, Charles Cipperley.
Second Row: Kathlene Bumann, Trudy Sinus, Ronald Sass, Paula Beyer, Vernette Reimer, James Wienert, Sheryle Wittrock.
Back Row: Larry Dean Coettsch, Charles Carlberg, lrene Leonard, Gay Mohr, Diane Dexter, Carol Johnson, Donald Vohs,
Kenneth Henrichsen, Wayne Freese.
TEACHER: Miss Austin
First Row KL. to RJ: John Burkhardt, Dennis Leinbaugh, Larry Volkert, Larry Armiger, Patricia Iwen, Diane Doxtad, Steven
Bauer, Terry Johnson, Bradley Schoer, Duane Williams.
Second Row.' Donna Steen, Mary Molumby, Joyce Loof, Larry McBride, Marion Conover, Roletta Albers, Karen Bauman.
Back Row: Cary Moser, Doreen Cries, Karlene Bumann, Leon Ruhlow, Kenneth Buell, Paulette Beyer, Janice Heitmann, Lynn
TEACHER: Mr. Lasher
Sponsored by KERSLAKE SU-NDRIES and Lurr BARBER SHOP
First Row IL. L0 RJ: Scott Hanson, Dennis Breyfogle, Ronnie Ludvigson, Lynn Hansen, Shirley Heiiners, Ralph Verrone, Betty
Lingle, Cheryl Fitzner. Curtis Sorensen. Robert Bauman, David Heeney.
Second Row: Kama Bergzniann. Mary Ann Henrichsen. Dennis Sorensen, .lames Keitges. Milan Kramhevk. Vicki Bruning. Sandra
Back Row: Connie Putensen. Jeanette Helkenn. Elaine Brown, .loyce Butcher, Daniel Van Hemert. Donna Tinnnerman, Dennis
Rohlk, Lester Wiese. Sheryl Parker. Sharon Frahm, Marsha Fell. Gary Andresen.
TEACHER: Mr. Rosenberg
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Second Row: Diane Doxtad. Patricia Iwen, Marion Conover, Ronald Sass.
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Svroml row: Dave4Heeney. Charles Cipperley. Ralph Verrone, Kenneth lluell, Kenneth Henrichsen. Dennis Sorensen. Larry
Cnettsch. Duane Williams. Svott Hanson. Rohert llauman.
Tliirrl row: Terry johnstm. Steve Bauer. llramlley Scheer. Dennis Leinhaugh. Wilbur Wittrock. John Burkardt, Ronnie Leck-
hancl. Curtis Weise. Larry Volkert.
Fourth row: Ronnie Lurlvigson, Don Sams. Larry Armiger, Larry McBride, Dan Van Helnert. Cary Moser. Kenneth llogrefe,
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Third mwg Dennis Rnhlk. managerg Lynn Hansen, Charles Cipperley. ,lim Keitges, Dan Van llemert. Dennis Sorensen. Curtis
Sorensen. Larry Coettsvh. Don Sams.
Fourth row: Mr. Lasher. Duane Williams. lloh Bauman. Wayne Freese, Ralph Verrone. Marion Conover. Ronnie Ludvigson,
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The Holstein High School Band. under the capalvle direction
of Mr. Keith Nash. turned in very fine performances this year. The
sixty-three members have joined together to turn in good perform-
ances at the annual Christmas llrogram, the "Pops, Concert, and
the Spring Concert. The hand was privileged to have an exchange
concert with the Denison High School Band this year. The Denison
Band played a very fine concert for the entire student hotly. hut he'
cause of a snow storm the Holstein Band was nnahle to play a
return concert at Denison.
The marching hand marched at all the home football games
and took band trips to Band Day at Ames and the annual Pop Corn
Day at Ida Grove.
The band officers that were elected early this fall are the
following Seniors: President, Mary Knuth: Vice-President. Julie
Ewoldtg Secretary-Treasurer, Maxine Vohs.
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SlMONSEN'S COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER
Clarinet Quartet: Mary Ju lJeWit, Joanne Bye, Marjorie Burk-
ardt, Nancy Kolb.
.1fII:x!'f1 Clarinet Ouartvt: Mary Jo DeWit, Karen Hahne, Mary
Cehrts. Joanne Bye.
Woodwind Trio: Joanne Bye, Diane Cellert, Marv Jo DeWit.
Woodwind Quintet: Mary Knuth, Diane Cellert, Mary Jo DeWit
Sue Blackmer, Faye Janssen.
Sponsored by HOME TOWN CLEANERS cmd
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Trombone Ouarlvt: David Bye, John Johannsen, Gary Schuett,
HWS-Y SHIP!-' MUTE' Ilia HUCSCIICII. John Johannsen, Don Schroe-
der. Harold Droegmiller, Mary Knuth, Jerry Jochimg,
Clarinet Chair: Marjorie Burkardt, Catherine Lingle, Joanne
Bye, Cay Mohr. Mary Jo DeWit. Mary Gehrts, Karen Hahne,
Nancy Kolb. Kathleen Krull, Maxine Vohs, ,Ioelle Jochims, Julie
Trombone- Bariloru' Quarter: Mary Ina Hueschen, Dave Bye
John Johannsen. Gary Schuett.
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Front Row, L. to R.: Billy Ericksen, Cary Putensen, Brian Brosamle, Dave Coettsch, Don Schroeder, Cary Schuett, Roger Nicklas.
Dean Fick, John Johannsen.
Second Row: Manager Bruce Schmidt, Dean Breyfogle, Don Clausen, Larry Johnson, Dean Cerber, Fred Coettsoh, Tom Mohr, Dan Bien-
lien, Bob Kraai. Rodney Madsen, John Kolb, Tom Keitges, Bud Leonard.
Thirrl Row: Loren Clausen, Dennis Bochmann. ,lim Johannsen, Gary Johnson, Bill Meyer, Jim Wingert, ,loe Clausen, Cary Weiland,
Don Hungerford, Dave Schmidt. .lerry Applegate. Bill Armiger, Harold Freese.
Bark Row: Dave Bye. Don Breyfogle, Dale Breyfogle, George Dreeszen, Mike Brosamle. Cary Ruser. Dennis Fritz. Dan Cipperley, Brian
Bruning. Dave Vohs. Oliver Reineke, Paul Striepe, John Wagner.
Holstein 20 .............. Alta 6
Holstein 19 .. Moville 6
Holstein 39 .. . . . Onawa 6
Holstein 49 .. . ....... Logan 13
Holstein 12 . .. ..... Ida Grove 7
Holstein 58 ...... Correctionville 6
Holstein 27 ...... Kingsley 13
Holstein 48 . .. ...... Marcus 0
Holstein 47 . .. ..,. Odebolt 7
The Holstein Black Pirates of 1958 finished the season
as the third undefeated Holstein team in four years. The
Pirates started the season with a 20 to 6 revenge victory
over a strong Alta team. Moville was the toughest early
season rival but the Pirates won a hard fought 19 to 6
victory. Onawa fell victim by a 39 to 6 score, and Logan
was swamped 49 to 13.
The Ida Grove game was the highlight of the season. The
Pirates came from behind to upset the favored Hawks
12 to 7. The Pirates overpowered their homecoming
rival. Correctionville, by a score of 58 to 6. Kingsley
was the second lmiggest game of the year and again Hol-
stein had to come from behind to win 27 to 13. The
Marcus game was easily won 48 to 0, and in the final
game of the season the Pirates tromped Odebolt 47 to 7.
M the season's end the Pirates were ranked seventh in
Northwest Iowa in a poll conducted by the Sioux City
.lournal-Tribune, and fourth in Class II in Iowa by the
Des Moines Register.
Freshman Coach Dan Hungerfordg Head Coach Russ Kraaig Line
Coach Art Gerber
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79 .... ..,.... C lalva ....... .... 3 2
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64 ..... ... Danlmury ... ... .19
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48 ................. Alllllflll ................. 44
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63 .... .......... F cllaller ......... .... 4 0
65 .... .........,. I Iayes ............ .... 3 3
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Sponsored by FARMERS ELEVATOR COMPANY
The 15 igl ting Sextet
'these and the rest of the girls on the squad made our tcaln the 4'llilIllltltlI1S they ywre--not only in basketball abil-
ity, but in slltll'lHIllilIlNlllIt and desire. lzavlt was an inspiration and an asset to the ball wlub, both as a player and
as an individual.
Junior Front Forwzrrtl -- 2 L1'ttf'rs
St1t:TlowxL Fam: Tuaow CttAN1l'lltN
Starlet' for two years . . . deadly set
shot from the floor . . . bevause of her
determination to be versatile, she
ended up st-oring many points with
left-handed set ups . . . vonsistenvy at
the charity line . . . will be a great
asset to the team next year ....
S:-nior Front Guard PI l,1'tIr'rs
.l nik NouTu's ALI. S'lux't'r: l'itll'lK'l'll 'l'i-:AM
lllll.-N Horton ROLL
No girl has a bigger vompetitive heart
, . . put out IOOW effort regardless of
score . . . dependable when the whips
were down . . . quivkness and speed
made her a great defensive player. re-
bounder. and ball stealer . . . trould be
vounted on to get the ball into the front
4-ourt . . . will be missed next season , , . ,
Continents by Coarh Russ Kraai
NIA RH LAIJEWILL
Senior Poxt Forward - 2 Lvltrrs
,lack Noa'ru's ALI. Srwiz Howou ROLL
Converted to a post forward her senior
year . . . did a remarkable jolt in suvh
a short time . . . worried opponents
with het left and right handed hook
shots . . . fine season's record at the
free throw line . . . team player . . .
will be greatly missed in next year's
Junior Post Guard - 2 Letters
.l-'mx NOR'l'lI,S ALL STATE Honon ROLL
IDPA Horton ROLL
On starting line-up for two years . . .
fine ability in playing her chosen posi-
tion . . , uses height and arm reach to
a terrific advantage . . . blocked many
shots . . . rebounding ability gained
many points for the team . . . a com-
petitive player who never gives up . . .
Xlary will star again next season . .
Soplmmore Front Forward -- I Letter
A little girl who uses her smallness to
an advantage . . . developed clever
fake . . . quick in driving for the board,
picking up basket after basket . . .
poise and Competitive spirit . . . will be
even tougher for opponents to handle
in years to come ....
Sr-nior Front Guard -- 2 Letters
.hex Nouruls ALL STATE Horton ROLL
Her first year as a starter, she worried
about mistakes, but ended up making
very few . , . blocked many shots after
the ball had'left the forward's hand . . .
rebounding abilities valuable to the
team . . . adept at taking the ball into
front court on the left side . . . con-
sistent, quick-thinking, and dependable
. . . will be greatly missed at the guard
position nexlt year . . .
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Left to Riglll: David lfye, David Vohs, Cliff Heeney, Don Hungerford, Gary Weiland, Don Clausen, Tom Keitges,
.lohn Kolb, Joe Clausen, liob Kraai, Dean Gerber. Dan Bienlien. Tom Mohr, Fred Coettsch, ,lim Vlfingert.
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50 .... . . Correctionville . . . . . .48
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59 .... . . . Battle Creek . . . . . . .43
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50 .... . . . Battle Creek . . . . . . .48
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69 .... .... L ake View ... .. . .67
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Maple Valley Tourney
The Holstein Black Pirates completed a very
successful season, ending up with a record of fif-
teen wins against only four losses. Two of these
losses were to the strong Aurelia Bulldogs. They
defeated the Pirates in the first game of the season
and again in the first round of the Sectional Tour-
nament at Cherokee.
The third loss went to Onawa. They were an-
other strong ball club, probably the best the Pirates
played. Onawa showed their strength by staying in
tournament play until the finals of the district.
The poorest showing for the Pirates was in the
first round of the Maple Valley Tournament when
they were upset by Anthon. The Pirates could not
hit the basket and managed to score only twenty
points the entire ball game.
To offset this showing the Pirates bounced back
the very next game and upset the highly favored
Quimby five. This was probably the highlight of
the season for all the players and the coach as well.
Sponsored by THARP'S GARAGE ond SORENSEN CLOTHING
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Clausen, Jerry Applegate.
Second Row: Brian Brosainle, Gary Putensen, Michael Brosamle, Dennis Fritz, Gary Ruhser, Dan Cipperley, Brian
Tlzirfl Row: Don Schroeder, Roger Nicklas, Albert Loof, Paul Striepe, Cary Sehuell, Dean Fick. John Johannsen,
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perley, George Dreeszen, Dean Fick, Roger Nicklas, Johnlohannsen. '
Second Row: Loren Bergmann, Bruce Schmidt, Charles Putensen, Dean Breyfogle, Dean Gerber, Tom Mohr, ,lim
Wingert, Fred Goettsch. Dan Bienlien. Bob Kraai, .Iohn Kolb, Tom Keitges, Albert Leonard. David Volts. David llye.
Third Row: Steve Madsen, Dale Tharp, Brian Brosamle, Albert Loof, ,lim lohannsen. Don Clausen. .loe Clausen. Har-
old Freese, Don Hungerford, Dale Breyfogle, John Wagner, Bill Artniger, Don Dreyfogle, Cary Schiiett. Larry Radke.
Fourth Row: Oliver Reineke, Don Butcher, Brian Bruning, David Schmidt, Cary Weiland, Robert Brown, Dennis
Fritz, Gary Ruhser, Gary Johnson, Wendell Rolls, Mike Brosamle, Dennis Bochmann, Orrin Arniiger, Danny Schmidt,
2-MILE RELAY TEM!! lst- - P0l'RhfmlHS, SHG CNY- Maple lou: VAULT: tllud Leonard! lst. - Estherville: 2nd, -
Valleyg 2nd, - Holstein Relays, Alta, District: 3rd. -- Aurelia: 3rd, -- t'l'iel Maple Valley. Tomahawk Relays,
Aurelia: 4th- - Esthewille. District: 4th, - 4TieJ Alta. State.
MILE RELAY TEAM: 2nd. - Holstein Relays. Tomahawk tDale lireyfoglel 3rd. - lTiel Maple Val-
Relaysg 3rd, - Maple Valley, Estherville: 4th. - Sac ley,
City. Alta, District: Sth. - Aurelia. BROAD JUMP: ljohn Kolb? lst. - Pocahontas: 2nd. -
Mi-:DLm' RELAY TEAM: flth. - Maple Valley, Estherville. Maple Valley, Estherville, Aureliag Sth. - District.
880 YARD RELAY TEAM: 3rd. - Maple Valley: 4th. - lllud Leonard? 4th. - Maple Valley: 5th
lfstherville. Tomahawk. Q Aurclia.
440 YARD RELAY TEAM: 2nd. - Esthervillel 4lh- -- TOIH- HIGH Huunmzsz lFred Coettscht lst. - Maple Valley
ahawk Relays: 5th. - Sac City. Estherville: 2nd. M District: 3rd, - Aurelia: 4th, -
5HOT PUT! tDean Cerberl lst. - Pocahontas. Alta, Maple Alta,
Valley. Estherville, Aurelia. District, State: 2nd. - Hol- fllob Kraail 3rd, - Maple Valley: 4th
stein Relays, Tomahawk Relays: 3rd. - Sac City. - Am-elia.
tDan Bienlienl 2nd, - Alta, Maple Valley: Low HURDLES: tllud Leonardl 2nd, - Estherville: 3rd, -
3rd. - Pocahontas, Aurelia: 4-th. - District: 5th. - Sac Maple Valley. Aureliag 4th. -- District: 5111. - Alta.
City. QTUHI Keitgesl 4th. - Maple Valley
Discus: tllob Kraait lst. - Maple Valley: Esthervilleg Amelia,
2nd, -- District: -lth. - Aureliag 5th. - Alta. l00 YARD DASH: tDean Gerber! 4th. -- Estherville.
tFred Goettscht 3rd, - Maple Valley. 220 YARD DASH: 1Dean Cerberl 4th. M Maple Valley.
FO0TllAl.l. Tlmow: lBoln Kraail 2nd, - Estherville: 3rd. 440 YARD DASH: t.lohn Kolb? lst. Maple Valley! 3Td- -
-- Pocahontas. Maple Valley, District: 4th, - Aurelia. Aureliag 4th, -- District.
t'l'om Keitges? 2nd. - Maple Valley, fDean Cerberl 3rd. -H Maple Valley.
Aurclia: 4Fh- - Pocahontas. District. 880 YARD RIINZ 1Tom Mohrl 2nd, - Maple Valley.
Hiott JUMP: tFred Goettschl lst. W- Maple Valley, Esther- fDave Vohsl 5th, - Aurelia.
ville. fTiel Sac City: Zntl. - 4Tiel District: 5th. - Alta. lxllLl:1 RUN: tCharles Putensenl lst. - Maple Valley.
lDean llreyfoglet 2nd. -- Maple Valley, fAlbert Loofl 4th. M Maple Valley.
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Freshmen N onoif Qayv
First Row KL. to RJ: Harold Droegniiller, Paul Nieineier, Rae Dean Tinimerman, Judy Williams, Judy Codbersen,
Karen Hahne, Nina Schmidt, Betty Bergmann, Donna Sinns, Wyleen Leinhaugh, Albert Loof, Jr., Don Schroeder
Roger Nicklas, Cary Putensen, Paul Striepe.
Second Row: Lorna Brandt, Judy Cowan, Mary Jo DeWit, Linda Brandt, June Hansen, Sharon Fell, Rhonda Clau-
sen, Lorine Tinimernian. June Kaus, Mary Cehrts, Christine Leonard, Connie Beyer, Janiver Meyer, Linda Huesch-
en, Caroll Lake, Billy Ericksen, Dan Cipperley.
Third Row: Cary Schuetl. Larry Vesgaard, Bette Agnew, Sandra Baumann, Sue Blackmer. Mary Hueschen, George
Dreeszen, Dennis Fritz, Larry Jons, Wayne Loof, Mike Brosamle, Earl Dean Fick, Bryan Brosamle, David Coettsch,
John Johannsen, Cary Ruhser.
The social life of the school year began on Fri- ,
day, September 5, 1958. The seniors initiated the
freshmen with the boys dressed as babies and the
girls as uhoodsn or hoodlums. The egg throw, '
moth ball rolls, and expressions of love for the
seniors were just a few of the stunts the freshmen
did for the seniors. The paddle contest was won
by Mary Hueschen for the girls and Gary Schuett
for the boys. They received a "pie-in-the-face."
ln the evening the seniors sponsored a dance
for the whole high school with the freshmen as the
guests of honor. Again the Hfreshiesv entertained
for the seniors with the seniors' favorite stunts.
Although the freshmen had dreaded their ini-
tiation, the whole high school had a good time at
the first big social event of the new year.
Firsl Row, L. lo R.: Sue Blackmer, Sharon Wiese. Julie Ewoldl, Gl0fib1 Kelllledbl
Sc-cond Raw: Bryan Brosamle, Mary Knuth. Carol Bergmann, Janet Sass, Roberta lloothlmy. Diane llellerl, Danny Cipperlcx
Dave Bye. '
Tlzirzl Row: Gary liuhser, Bob Kruai, Rodney Madsen, Dean Gerber, .lohn Kolb, Jerry .lovllilllx Steve Madsen.
The pep council is composed of the class officers anrl the cheerleaders. lts big project this year was
the planning of the variety show at homecoming. The pep council was also in charge of the pep meet-
ings before home football and basketball games.
Left to Right: Lorine Timmerman, Lorna Brandt, Nina Schmidt, Elaine Cipperley. Linda llrancll, Mrs. Auwlin Qaundra Wa-'
ner. E ' T "
Sponsored by STATE THEATRE ond R. E. UNDERRINER, M.D.
he pi cufeetf Staff
C0-EDITORS .......... ......... B onnie Christiansen, Luretla Clausen
BUSINESS Mwacults .... Saundra Wagner, Julie Ewoldt. Xlary llnntli
FEATURE Wmrsns .. ....... Kathleen Krull, Marilyn ChriSti'-nsen.
Roberta Boothhy, Kathy Cehrts.
Mary Ann Conover, Camilla HanSon
SPORTS .... ............................. B oh Kraai. John Kolb
CIRCUI.-X'I'ION .. .... Janice Steen, Catherine Lingle, Doris Timmerman
SUllSClill"I'lOXS ............... Virginia Kaster, Marjorie Bnrkardt
Rl-zvonrrzlts ....... Mary Latlewigr. Ronda Ludvigson, Betty Fajmon,
Sandra Bauman, Lorna Brandt, Sue Blackmer
TYPISTS .. ...Maxine Vtths. Donna See. Janet Codbersen, Sandra Hahn
Anvlsoit .. . . . ..... . . . . . ....... . . . . . . .. .... . . . .Catherine Christie
DIVISION PAGES .
ADVISORS ............ Art Gerber, Glenn Hompland
.. . .John Kolb, Saundra Wagner
.Gloria Kennedy, Sandra Hahne
BUSINESS ZHANAGER ............... Rodney Madsen
. . . , , ........ Camilla Hanson
. . ..... .Loretta Clausen
4 . . .Bonnie Christiansen
Sponsored by VOLLMAR MOTORS ond CLAUDE'S TAVERN
omecoming l oyalty
Queen Bonnie Chr
Thursday evening, October 16, Bob Kraai and
Bonnie Christiansen were named King and Queen
of the annual homecoming festivities. They were
crowned in the impressive ceremony following the
variety show. The Royalty was again presented
during the half-time activities of the HlJlSt6iIl-CO1'-
The coronation followed the very well presented
variety show, f'Flying Highfi The mixed chorus,
holding lighted candles, formed the entrance for
the Royalty, giving an impressive effect. Loretta
Clausen and Dean Gerber. second attendants to the
Queen and King, were first to enter. Next were
Julie Ewoldt and John Kolb. first attendants. They
were followed by Queen Bonnie and King Bob, who
preceded the crown bearers, Julie Heser and Ran-
The group advanced to the beautifully decor-
ated stage and their reign began. Queen Bonnie
and King Bob were crowned by Mr. Christie, super-
intendent of Holstein schools. The attendants were
crowned by lVlr. Hompland. principal of Holstein
Iligh School. After the ceremony the group was
serenaded by the Holstein Dance Band.
Queen Bonnie, Julie and Loretta wore corsages
of red, white and pink carnations, respectively.
King Bob Kraai
ln the glory of their reign, the Royalty walked
through the aisle to the strains of 4'Holstein7s Roy-
altyw sung by the Mixed Chorus as they lighted the
On Friday at 3:30 p.m. there was a pep rally
with Bernie Saggau as the speaker. By the time
the program was finished the Black Pirates of Hol-
stein were ready to sink the Correctionville War-
The Pirates celebrated homecoming night with
a 58 to 6 gridiron victory over an outmanned, but
willing, Warrior eleven Friday evening. It was the
sixth win of the season without a loss and our sec-
ond conference win. Before the game the Black
Pirates ranked fourth in Class II in the latest pub-
lished Des Moines Register football poll. The Pi-
rates kept up the good work for at the half the score
was 33 to 0 in Holsteinis favor.
During the half-time activities the Royalty was
again presented to the spectators. Their attire for
the evening was dress suits for the girls with their
corsages and football uniforms for all the boys,
very unlike the formals the girls wore and the suits
the boys wore Thursday evening.
After the football game the cheerleaders spon-
sored a dance in the Legion hall, adding a final
highlight to the wonderful Homecoming of 1958.
sponsored by COAST-TO'COAST srorass, Hotsreun, uowfx
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. . . .Kathleen Krull
. . .Rodney Madsen
On Nou-niher ll. the junior class presentefl
the play. "Tire Groom Said Nolli. hy Ruth ancl Na-
than llale. This is the story of a young man. Steve
Cameron. who returnetl from the army to fincl his
family planning his marriage to the girl he left he-
hincl. Sinn' he no longer loves her. he is at his witis
enrl trying to get out ol this marriage.
l-le has fallen in love with one ol the nurses,
liieut. Anderson. whom he knew while recuperating
in the hospital. To stall for time he pretends to
have a relapse ancl says that he must return to the
hospital. Not wanting this they arrange to have his
nurse come and take care of him.
Clara, the girl left behind, is suspicious of the
nurse from the minute she arrives. In the conflict
for Steveis affection the two girls were on an even
hasis hut Lieut. Anderson finally wins out.
Some of the other characters who added inter-
est to the play were Patty and Virgie Cameron,
Willie Williams, Mrs. Inez Cameron, Mr. Will
Cameron, Mary Alice Smith, Mrs. Sorenson and Ed
Sponsored by NICKLAS CLOTHING ond R. K. HESER, CHIROPRACTOR
Carl Emerson .
Vicky Way'1ie .
,lohn Bates ..
Nell Parker ............. . . .
Ella Tucker ............... . .
Benny King ..
. . .Mary Knullz
. . . .Camilla Hanson
Susan Bates . . . ....... . . . .
William Patterson Vaughn . ..
. . .Cliff Heeney
. , .Maxine Volts
On April 7. 1959, the Senior Class presented
the play, HLights Outf' by Paul S. McCoy. It was
the story of the Harwood family trying to sell their
mansion. Agnes Harwood invites some prospective
buyers in for a house party and then strange things
start happening. Lights going out, voices in the
clark. anfl disappearing people marie the play most
STAGE CREWW Left to l'igll,f.' Lawrence Timmerman
Bonnie Christiansen. Charles Putensen, Dean Breyfogle.
Julie Ewoldt, Albert Leonard, Janet Godbersen. and Loren
Whatis behinrl the picture
On Monday evening, April 20, 1959, the proud juniors and the somewhat senti-
mental seniors enjoyed an evening in the atmosphere of a "Southern Plantation," as
they and the invited guests enjoyed the social highlight of the school year-the
The music of Bob Conley's Combo and the Southern atmosphere made the
evening an unforgettable experience.
The honored freshmen who were dressed as Negro maids and servants were
Sue Blackmer, Mary Jo DeWit, Ronda Clausen, Sandra Baumann, Mike Brosamle,
Paul Striepe, John Johannsen, and Billy Ericksen.
The Southern atmosphere was created by rows of cotton bushes. a colored sur-
rey, a paddle wheel, and two southern-furnished sitting rooms.
During intermission Dean Gerber, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gerber, and Bonnie
Christiansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christiansen, were crowned King and
Queen of the 1959 Prom.
The dancing came to an end at 12:30 a.m. and everyone left, awed by the past
The Seniors would like to thank the juniors tor the effort. time, and worry put
into "Southern Plantation."
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L. to R.: Julie Ewoldt, Interpretive Readingg Mary Jo Dewit,
Interpretive Readingg Mary Ann Conover. Radio Speaking: Wilda
Putnam. Interpretive Reading.
L. to R.: Bruce Schmidt, Oratoricalg Julie Ewoldt, Oratoricalg Mary
Knuth. Oratoricalg Kathleen Krull. Oratorical.
L. to R.: Wilda Putnam, Dramaticg Elaine Cipperley, 'Dramalici
Kathy Cehrts, Humorousg Janet Sass, Humorousg Janice Steen,
Humorous Virginia Kaster, Dramatic.
Sponsored by MOSER IMPLEMENT CO. and LEONARD 81 BRANCO, ATTORNEYS
Senior Skip Day
On Monday, May 18, 1959, twenty-nine seniors left for Omaha
at 6:00 a. ni. It took approximately three hours to reach their des-
tination. Their first stop was the Union Pacific Museum. Here they
saw many relics and other articles of interest that helped tell the
story of the history of the railroad.
Their next stop was the Swift Packing Plant. They watched
the complete process of preparing meat for the market.
After lunch the class journeyed to Boys' Town. The rainy
weather took some of the fun out of this stop. Some of the more
interesting things were the Oscar won by Spencer Tracy when he
played the part of Father Flanagan in the movie Boys' Town, the
600 pound globe of stamps, and the interesting trades the boys can
KMTV was the final stop. A lady gave us a guided tour of the
studio and explained the mechanisms of television. After this we
had free time to shop until 5:00 p. in.
We returned home through Sioux City and had supper at the
Biltmore. Our day of enjoyment and fun ended at approximately
Sponsored by BRECHWALD MARKET ond BEYER ELECTRIC
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Graduatin Class of l9f 9
HOLSTEIN HIGH SCHOOL AUIDITOIIIUM
Thursday, Moy Zl, l959
8:00 P. M.
PR01:ESSl0NAL - '5Pomp and Ciroumstam-ni' . .. .. ........ Edgar
Holstein Srhnol Hand
INVOCATION .............. .......... T he R012 William Strirpe
Pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church
"You'LL NEVER WAI.K Arms" ....... ....... . ...... R ogers
Ammr:ss........... ..... ........ ..Don Reid
Managing Director. Iowa Press Association
PRESENTATION or AWARDS .......... ........... G lenn Hompland
High School Principal
GGWALK WITH ME" ..................... . ........... Welk
PRESENTATION or THE CLASS or 1959 ..... . . ...... Glenn Hompland
CONFERRING or DIPLOMAS .......... ........ H arland H. Hanson
President of the Board of Education
BENEDICTION ................. ......... T he Rev. Arthur Holtry
Pastor of First Methodist Church
Iir:cEss1oNAL .................. .......... H olstein School Band
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Pictured above is a scene from one of the highlights of the 21st Annual Holstein Relays held on April
10, 1959. From left to right: Supt. M. F.Christie, relays directorg attendants Julie Ewoldt and Loretta
Clauseng relays queen Bonnie Christianseng and Les Davis, sports director for station KVTV, Sioux
City, who initiated the festivities with the Coronation of the queen and her attendants.
We would like to express our thank you to all those who gave
their wholehearted support to this yeafs annual. especially the busi-
ness nien for their aid. Mr. Gerber and Mr. Hounpland. the senior
class sponsors and Moo advisors, are worthy of praise for their
hard work and enduring patience. Because of this loyal support we
are able to present to you this, our Moo of 1959.
The Moo Staff
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