Gibson High School - Ano Memores Yearbook (Gibson, IA)

 - Class of 1948

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The banuqet was held in the high school assembly. The theme of the banquet was nCand1e Reun1on.W The decorating was done in pastel colors. The ceiling and along the walls was covered with solidly with paper. In each corner stood large imitation candles. The tables were placed in a horse-shoe shape, covered with white linen table cloths. On each table were candles that were lighted at the begin- ing of the dinner. On the end table were three white vases, each holding one dozen yellow rose buds, and the memory books were printed in the Sen1or's colors, gold and brown. The dinner was served by the mothers of the Jr. Class The menu consisted of: fruit cocktail, candle salads swiss steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, peas, in patty shell ice cream and strawberries, and angel food cake. After the very delicious dinner was served, Glenn Mc- Kaln acted as toastmaster and speeches were given by: Ed- win Allison, Harlan Vail, Miss Watson, and Mr. Pyle. After this Rev. Muir gave a violin solo, Edwin Allison a piano solo, and Mrs. Muir gave a vocal solo. This group was then taken to the gymn where the rest of the evening was spent dancing. The banquet was considered a great success, being sp- onsored by Miss Viola Watson. JUNIOR PLAY of 1947 The Junior Class of Gibson presented UA READY MADE FAMILY,W a three act farce, on the evenings of Oct. 51st and Nov. 1, 1947, as their class play. The cast follows ----- AGNES MARTIN, a widow, DONNA JANE McDOWELL BOB, her son, EDWIN ALLISON MARILEE, her eldest daughter, DONNA MOLYNEUX GRACIE, her youngest daughter, MARY SLAVFN MISS LYDIA, her sister-in-law, PEARL STEINKE HENRY TURNER, a widower, GLENN McKAIN DORIS, his daughter, SHIRLEE COOPER SAMMIE, his son, MERRILL SHEPHERD BEGONIA, the Martyn's colored cook, GERALDINE FOX NICODEMUS, the Martyn's colored man, ROBERT VAIL The play went over very successful and was presented in the high school assembly. Miss Viola Watson was our director and sponsor. JUNIOR PLAY Of 1948 The Juniors of 48' presented as their class play WThe Black Derby.' It was presented under the direction of Miss Watson and Miss Longwell. It was a mystery and was presented on Nov. 4 and 5. 99 v f75.g.5?2f?if? iii. ' km ':I"f4"Q A Z' s 1 Q . .A . -'f1 f7ii53fii'LmiWiii': 'ish sl S 1965 a pw '53 The cast follows ----- TED BRONSON, the son, ROBERT EHRET JANE BRONSON, the daughter, DORIS McKAY BETTY KAY, a society girl, LORA LEE WILHITE TOM RANDALL, a college boy, JAY L. EYLER MICKEY, nsbody special, MILTON FRY WIMPLE, afdetective, BILL STRINGFELLOW CORA KEEPER, the maid, MARY CHANDLER JOHN, the chauffeur-caretaker, BERNARD MOLYNEUX MRS. BENLOW, the housekeeper, MARY SLAVEN SENIOR CLASS PLAY The Senior Class of Gibson gave for their class play a three act farce written by Andrew Jameson. The name of the nlay was 'Aunt Sally from Cherry Valley.U The cast as follows ---- - AUNT SALLY, a rich old sninster, PEARL STEINKE GEORGIA, her young niece, DONNA JEAN MOLYNEUX ANTOINE DUKAL, who runs a beauty salon, EDWIN ALLISON LAUREL, his wife, SHIRLEE COOPER MRS. FLORA DINNIDDIE, a wealthy dowager, DONNA MOLYNEUX JOHN BAKER, her chauffeur, ROBERT VAIL SLASH COMMINGO, a gangster, MERRILL SHERHRED LOUISE DELGADO, who works at WAnto1ne'sU, GERALDINE FOX CRYSTAL, the maid, MARY SLAVEN PAT McCANN, an Irish detective, GLENN HcKAIN This nlay was oresented on April 15 and 16 in the High School Auditorium. Mr. Pyle was our director. W SENIOR DANCE On March 19, a St. Patricks dance was held in the Gymn Green and white decoractions adorned the gymn. With green lights, it was a very attractive place. Half of the floor was used for dancing and the other half was occunled with card tables and a refreshment stand. Each person present was entitled to vote for one of the senior boys as St. Pat. Robert Vail was crowned. SOPHOMORE DANCE A barn dance was sponsored in the gymn on the evening of Dec. 22. Cider and doughnuts were served. Dancing and playing cards were the main attractions. BASKETBALL BANQUET A banquet was held in honor of the basket ball teams. After a delicious d1nner,served by the mothers, letters were awarded and speeches were made. Mr. Pyle then showed us a movie, HTom Browns School Days.W .PL C42 ,- 's 7.3, Q' M -if: sz 'ah :.x1'LI'L ch, .L ., 32 Tia f 14 .4 , Q1 'iflfv f L. Af 'b , gf- ,Q I 3.2 K A i gg, A , .7 -l'-,5,'3f?j4R,,..Q,,.l-GA .T V2 ..,V ff" "'Af 'iff-' A 'ff f' XJHQ- ,'V,. Eb, , -V 'if sh, ' I V . -' I 1 . r X x. 4 4 ,Lvl 11 .61 " 13. V6 x , qi ,MlrLI,JJ .1?1i,rw. , KM --:fM,,, ' 'I'-ki"-A 38' 'L nb, P .1 . N A . A . f I X . ll , X x I '11 v a Q K A IM ' earn" 'nu . 4 ' 1 7 'V il ll K f f H .' ' ,G nov' , ' 1.-r. f,? 1, 5 F 4 9 E jf 2 3 5 3 3 i 2 2 i 5 5 E 5 5 ii cc 1 ,- E 5 E SENIOR CLASS HISTORY In the fall of 1955, four little children crossed the threshold of the Gibson schoolhouse and began their edu- cation. They were Edwin Allison, Paul Bates, Paul Richman, and Mary Slaven. Q We lost Paul Bates and Paul Richman, but gained Dona and Kenneth Ferns and Pearl Steinke at the beginning of our second year of school. Thus, our class roll.was: Edwin Allison, Pearl Stelnke, Mary Slaven, and Dona and Kenneth Ferns. Miss Josephine Galbraith was our teacher during out three years in the primary room. We gained several classmates and when we returned to continue our education in the third grade we found that we now had seven students in our class. They were: Edwin Allison, Pearl Stelnke, Mary Slaven, Donna Jane McDowell, Donna Jean Molyneux, Shirley Nanke, and Robert Graham. We gained Clayton Meeks and David Ahrens in the four- th grade, but lost David again before beginning in the fifth grade. The class roll for the fifth grade was: Ed- win Allison, Pearl Steinke, Mary Slaven, Donna Jane Mc- Dowell, Donna Jean Molyneux, Robert Graham, Clayton Meeks, and Glenn McKa1n. Miss Ada Cover, now Mrs. Lowell Neis- wander was our instructor during our years in the inter- mediate room. Starting in the junior high we were nine: Edwin A11- ison, Pearl Steinke, Mary Slaven, Donna Jean Molyneux, Donna Jane McDowell, Robert Graham, Clayton Meeks, Glenn McKa1n, and Paul Bates. In our three years in that room we had as instructors in the sixth srade, Mr. Dale Pace, in the seventh grade, Mr. Lowell Robertson, and in the eighth grade, Miss Velva Parker. We lost Robert Graham, Clayton Meeks and Donna Jane McDowell and gained Ida May Strasser and Enid Kitzman, so those who received their eighth grade diplomas were Edwin Allison, Pearl Steinke, Mary Slaven, Ida May Strasser, Donna Jean Molyneux, Enid Kitzman, Paul Bates, and Glenn MCK8 in 0 We entered high school the next year feeling rather small and insignificant. Our class was the same except for several new additions. The new members were: Gerald- ine Fox, Robert Vail, Loren Roorda, and Shlrlee Cooner. It was the task of Miss Norma Moore, now Mrs. Ray Gasperi, Mr. J. E. Hewitt, and Mr. Ernest Smith to try to teach us something. Several of our members were on the basketball team. We oresented s three-ect slay uCrrshinv Societyn under the direction of Kiss Moors. 5 5 X E 5 x 5 -1 , .--...Q .4-N We gained several more members when we started our soohomore year, and had a bigger class than ever before. The class roll consisted of Paul Bates,Glenn McKain, Loren Roorda, Merrill Shepherd, Robert Vail, Enid Kitzman, Ger- aldine Fox,Mary Slaven, Pearl Ste1nke,Donna Jane McDowell, Donna Jean Molyneux, Edwin Allison, Shirlee Cooper and Ida May Strasser. During the first semester, Mr. E. C. Evans, Mrs. Keith Wymore, and Mr. Ernest Smith were our instruct- ors, but Mrs. Wymore and Mr. Smith were renlaoed by Mrs. Carolus and Mrs. Heifner at the beginning of the second se- mester. Maybe we d1dn't learn much the second semester,but it save us many things to remember. When we returned in the fall to begin our Junior year we found that we had lost Paul Bates to Deep River, Loren Rcorda to Lynnville, Enid Kitzman to What Cheer, and Ida May Strasser to Emnoria, Kansas. This left in our class Glenn McKa1n, Merrill Shenherd, Robert Vail, Mary Slaven, Geraldine Fox, Pearl Steinke, Donna Jane McDowell, Donna Jean Mo1yneux,Edw1n Allison, and Shirlee Cooner. Accord- ina to customgwe nurchased class r1ngs,oresented the class play, WReady-Made Fsmilyn and gave a WCandlel1ghtn bannuet for the seniors to start them on their way. Of course, We were all thinking of the time when we would be on the re- ceiving instead of the giving end of the banquet. Our teachers during our junior year were Miss Viola Watson,Mrs. Carl Moore, Mies Pauline Riggs, and Mr. P. E. Pyle. We began our senior year with the same members as we had the year before,as we have neither lost nor gained any- one. Therefore, the graduating class consists of Shirlee Cooner, Edwin Allison, Donna Jean Molyneux, Donna Jane Mc- Dowell, Pearl Steinke, Mary Slaven, Geraldine Fox, Robert Vail, Merrill Shepherd, and Glenn McKa1n. Our teachers were Miss Viola Watson, Miss Vera Longwell, Mr. Gene Burk- hart, and Mr. P. E. Pyle. we presented the class play WAunt Sally from Cherry Valleyu. All the girls made the first team in basketball. Glenn McKa1n was the only boy in our class who played basketball this year. Glenn and Bob were both active in baseball. As we go out into the world, our school days will not be forgotten. Many haooy memories of them will remain with us forever. -f P .1 T Giikf.. . 5 ffjrgfsgggf , J . .N 15 :" 'Co ' 'F' gtiof 1 -I - 2, I ,Aiy 133111-' 'iL ,.-F" K uf v : P . -4 Y , xf l l 1 L I 5 Jr , . , pu 3 2 -: in 5 J 3 3 ' f- A':rT43'E5'S' ' W- 'I 7-,g'.1f.if"3'2'3ff'137,iFki4M3?T?ff?"!5l'l'f5"H71i"PiE5'1 "f9'W'?iiiEi35'J!""?ii1'f'1'i?'rQ1v?il S' 4 "lf mKA'7Y'i1i" Sin 4 fi'-ST"f 2.3165 '-:T Q' 'E 'TTT W5-WW? L-i152..:'s qv If Zh' Mwfw wvonww, fwnnw-M KWH 'WWW W " nsfwww ' X rffwahf ' WW Q " :ears VZ .,-,U H 'WF ,. ., ., ,ht , ,c N. ,W -,pw x,,.,,."5 Q. Xg YX:-qw w ww n 1 X-4.1 ,X -r 1 f .X. e 1 W: Q ' v A X X Wu A.5 v I Ax .1 ' 1 Q.. 1: . -'E' wfv A , XX., -, XXS H X A X w " , .- Ab, , of . "'XXX1., .1fiX.X, J.Xf . 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Scores of the Year's Record Gibson 56---Malcom 59 Gibson 50---Millersburg 46 Gibson 59---Thornburg 26 Gibson 54---South English 15 Gibson 54---lobster 55 Gibson 47---Malcom 15 Gibson 52---Guernsey 21 Gibson 42---Thornburg 45 Gibson 26---Barnes City 27 Gibson 2?---Deep River 28 Gibson 54---Martinsburg 21 Gibson 55---Delta 19 aibson 56---Webster 57 Gibson 59---South English 14 ibson 50---Victor 28 Gibson 27---What Cheer 15 Gibson 26---Millersburg 50 Gibson 52---Delta 17 Gibson 40---Deep River 22 Gibson 57---Hedrick 45 Gibson 21---Guernsey 11 Gibson 24---Thornburg 26 Gibson 41---Victor 20 B615 BASEBALL Scores of the Year's Record Gibson 5---Deep River 9 Gibson 11---Keswick 0 Gibson 7---Cedar ll Gibson O---Millersburg 16 Gibson 5---Barnes Gity 17 Gibson ll---Victor e Gibson 5---Thornburg 10 Gibson 5---Deep River ll Gibson 6---Guernsey 8 Gibson 0---Barnes City 6 Gibson 7---Victor 8 Gibson 2---Thornburg O Gibson 1---Millersburg 10 Gibson 1---Guernsey 8 Gibson 6---Webster 0 The names of the boys who played on the baseball team were, Glenn MoKa1n, Bernard Molyneux, Bill tringfellow, Dickie Grubb, Buddy Soults, Robert Ehret, Kendall Moore, Robdrt Eai1,,Jay Eyler, Milton Fry, Gene Mcksin, and Lebert 'ry. BOYS BASKETBALL Scores of the Year's Record Gibson 7---Malcom 27 Gibson 26---Gsernsegv55 GF Sibscn 21---Thornburg 57 Gmbson 12---Barnes ity 40 ibson 14---Webster 25 Gibson 24---Victor 51 Gibson 16---Guernsey 40 Gibson 18---Millersburg 40 Gxbson 19---Barnes City 54 Gxbson 26---Gouth English so Gibson 25---Martinsburg 55 Gibson 28---Malcom 12 Gibson 27---vebster 21 Gibson 56---Thornburg 27 Qibson l9--- ictor 54 Sibson 21---Deen River 58 ibscn 22---Millegsburg ibson 28---Delta 21 Gibson 17---Deeo iver 42 Gibson 21---Gouth English 5? County Tournament Sectional Tournament Gibson 26---Richland 54 Q Gibson 25---Keswick 56 S FE 5 as I X Qi 1 Vyf 4 ZF' LK "1 Y w , - +35 1, W.. I- 3, 15,2 A ,- 1, . ala agp, 41159 f QW. 2,- 4 K 4 fiaif?-513 Z V gf 5522? K ' - ' "af" A :,: " A vx5E'i?:7f?mi H:-2 in -f fsifsg -bil jug-,va iffy' Q A :t..'i.f"F N. , ,N . in , in , , Q - ,J-ffzaf, lwfqgl, ff.,,.Q 11:2 4, 1."'70'H:ii5 W X 4.?,:7'Tf"1Y WI ,V -Q sw- yf,5,m, S , , -'nf41g': ' a, J . gk-ygfsu-? 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WEMER AND WEMER Highest Prices For All Kinds of Hogs and Cattle Yards at Gibson and Sigourney Phone Gibson - H, F. Wemer, Don McKain, Arthur Walters, Clifford McKay and Adam Walters Sigourney Phone 100 -- Jim Wemer, Oakley Fair, and Art Hale. Deep River - Phone 36 - John Cullison E 1 ! S ss f. 9 5 S E 5 5 A 5. ? i 1 3? 3 H For a picture you will cherish for years to come C ome to HARRY FITCH STUD I 0 On the South Side of the Square Oskaloosa, Iowa S 5 5 5 5 MOORE'S GROCERY Dealers in Groceries Dry Goods Notions Fresh Fruits and Vegetables - Quality Meats 'Our Best Assets Are Our Satisfied Customers' Gibson, Iowa E I E S if 5 QA if WILHITE'S HARDWARE HARDWARE - IMPLEMENTS BUYER OF POULTRY SKELGAS Compressed Natural Gas Delivered Anywhere Gibson, Iowa FIRST STATE BANK What Cheer, Iowa Finance your car the bank way This bank is ready to help finance the purchase of your new car through a low cost installment loan. Decide now the car you wish to purchase when available, then pay the dealer cash with the proceeds of an installment loan from this bank. 'K V: 5' 3 a F ROBINSON MOTO-R AND IMPLEMENT COMPANY Phone 138 What Cheer, Iowa Genuine FORD Parts Made Right - Fit Right Last Longer Cars - 8 8a 6 - Trucks SALES - SERVICE I+-1 W W GIBSON SAVINGS BANK V Gibson - Deep River We appreciate your business Deposits Insured Up To 35,000.00 COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE Insurance of All Kinds - Real Estate Loans, 10 to 40 Years to Pay 5 5 us 2 S 3 I W MIDDLETON FEED SERVICE C. B. Middleton, Proprietor Feed and Farm Supplies What Cheer, Iowa PTKA MOTOR COMPANY Ford Dealer on the E Montezuma, Iowa 2 E e s E CDALBEY LUMBER COMPANY Phone 1 What Cheer, Iowa Lumber - Coal - Paint - Building Material John H. Caswell, Manager KONECNY STORE Everyday Low Prices of Quality Groceries, Meats and Dry Goods Phone 53 Deep River, Iowa . H --...Q-.., - 1 if-,------...H -.. a- ---- Patronize Our Advertisers H rl WINEIGARDEQN HARDWARE Philgas Ranges and Service - Philco Refrigerators and Radios J. I. Case Farm Machines - Repairs and Service Largest Hardware Stock in Many Miles Phone 606 Deep River, Iowa MULLEN MOTOR COMPANY Dealer in Plymouth and Chrysler Cars Allis Chalmers Tractors Sales and Service Phone 287 Montezuma, Iowa Patronize Our Advertisers ! Cottage Cafe i Featuring Borden Ice Cream Candy - Sandwiches - Pop Cigarettes - Cigars - Tobaccos "Where old friends make new friends" Gibson, Iowa S. 8: S. Locker Home Killed Meats Frozen Fruits Vegetables Phone 117 What Cheer, Iowa Your Appearance J. H. Wake Begins With A Hair Cut Circlebrand Feeds see Hardware Cash Paid for Eggs, Cream and Produce Red and Dan Phong 46 What Cheer, Iowa what Cheer, Iowa Cluttelas Drug Store Gibson Elevator Company "The Rexall Store" Lumber, Building Material Meet your friends at our soda fountain Grain, Coal, Feed Phone 35 Guy and Carmen Wymore What Cheer, Iowa Gibson, Iowa TIC TOC THEATRE " A Good Place to Spend Your Time" Shows: Sun., Mon., Wed., Thurs., Fri. and Sat. What Cheer, Iowa 5: E F 1. s a. E 5? Q 1: Manion's Ready-to-Wear Gifts School Supplies - Dry Goods Notions - Glass Ware Simplicity Patterns in Stock Phone 52 What Cheer, Iowa Allis Chalmers Farm Equipment Sales and Service Jack Woodmansee, Prop. Phone 99 What Cheer, Iowa Read The Patriot-Chronicle It's the "home newspaper" for the What Cheer, Gibson, Thornburg and Keswick area Dwaine Mueller, Editor What Cheer, Iowa What Cheer Motor Company Kaiser and Frazer Cars and Farm Implements Ray Secor, Dealer What Cheer, Iowa Jack Sprat Food Store R. E. and Ed M. Thomas Groceries and Meats Phone 50 What Cheer, Iowa What Cheer Electric Company We can supply you with heating plumbing and electrical equipment Call or See Us For Estimates Phone 53 What Cheer, Iowa Steele's Super Market Groceries and Meats "Highest Quality at Low Prices" Phone 11 What Cheer, Iowa O'Leary Grocery and Market "Fine Food For Fine Folks" 4 Phone 10 What Cheer, Iowa 2 3 5 1, E E 1 5, ,. H Bob's Cafe Deep River, Iowa Moores' Hatchery Chicks -- Turkeys Feeds Deep River, Iowa K. D. Cafe Meals - Short Orders Sandwiches Borden Ice Cream "Just A Friendly Spot" W. H. Keller, Prop. Deep River, Iowa Betty's Beauty Shop Permanent Waves Shampoos Deep River, Iowa Deep River Oil Company Texaco Products Phone 49 Deep River, Iowa Deep River Theater Shows Tue. - Wed. - Fri. - Sat. Deep River, Iowa Hill's Toggery Where Quality Is Higher Than Price" Montezuma, Iowa W. C. Van Fossen General Merchandise and Products Thornburg, Iowa 5 JK 4 5 5 f 5 I 5 4 Q 1 :S X 7-x N ,4 C S S ., 1 '-"Weak Q' ox BX W y lk HX X KKK ER. x x K' KH H of kg N ba L H L w 34. an H at -2' 'Tw 011, 4"'f ig 4 740-nf-f 'vfffg ,f fi H' ,QQ Q6 W 5 "'a " . .7 ' fc, -. .S in z.,t-P, X!!! .f I va, af, Lf.. 0-Rx Lx I A 1.-,, lf-MQ, vm 033.4 pi- if A 'M 5:1 5 QW, H 1 X 'Q 54 QQQ Q 5' is 9 ' 14,1 W. NX Z'- 3 5 T3 if fi 5 E 3. ,1 . 'f E If ? 5, 5 F ,X 5 E F is ra F Er E I Z E Q f E 6


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