Gilmore City High School - Black and Gold Yearbook (Gilmore City, IA)
- Class of 1950
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ROBERT A. BELLIS
ROY E, ROED MRS. MIRIAM HEIN
Principal Home Economics
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Basketball -------- - l-4
Glee Club --------- 1-
Mixed Chorus - - - 1-Z
Band ----- - l-4
Quartetbe - - - - 4
Class Play -------- 3-4
f"God bless the boys, I love
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Glee Club - -
Mixed Chorus - -
Sextette ---- "
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Quarzecte ----- ----
Class Play -
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Basketball - ----- - - -2-4
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Basketball --------- l-4
Mixed Chorus -------- 3
Class Play ----- A - - 3-4
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Baseball ------- - - 1
Basketball- - - 1
Glee Club- - - - 1
Mixed Chorus- - - - - - 1
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Class Play --------- 3
f"Beware, I may do something
Baseball ------- - - -1-4
Basketball ------- - - 1-4
Glee Club ------ - - 3
Mixed Chorus ---- ---- 3
Class Play- ----- - - - 3-4
f"Wlxy must life all labor be?"j
We, the Senior Class of 1950, look back upon the year of 1938 as a very famous year in
the history of our class. This year was the beginning of our quest for education and we started
down the trail of knowledge which would extend over a span of what then seemed to us, twelve
long years of hard toil. As we look back upon this twisting, winding,path,,up hill and down,
and over many obstacles, we will note numerous changes in the members of the class and
also in varied types of guides who were so ably chosen to direct our wandering minds, that
we may safely reach the end of the trail.
In September, 1938, we found a timid, bashful bevy of ten tots in the first grade, beginning
the first lap of our journey under a very competent guide, Mrs. Lula Blair. The following
members assembled at the starting point and began the long, weary tramp: Gerald Blank,
Conley Daniels, Dean Hoag, Joan Jergens, Tommy Law, Marilyn Whittlessey, Marilyn Neilsen,
Audrey Seaman, Doris Nelson, and Marjorie Wolcott.
This first year had brought us through considerable swampy ground and undergrowth,
nevertheless, we began to make some headway and we lost only one of our number, Marilyn
Whittlessey, but two others joined us at the start of our second year, Elden Lanning and
Deila Mae Sinclair, and we continued onward with the same expert guide.
After a short period of rest, June North took the responsibility of guide. Another member
of our company, Conley Daniels, pursued a new course and Evelyn Zeman joined our party.
We were slowly but surely making progress and with the same guide and party, with the
addition of two new members, Virgil Burris and Lois Gatch, and for a very short way, Jimmy
Fox and Leroy Gist, we advanced down the fourth year on this trail of knowledge.
We were apparently getting our bearings and learning the fundamentals of education and
as we pushed on, we recall many joyous occasions and happy times together. In this, our
fifth year, we lost the companship of Gerald Blank, Evelyn Seaman, Jimmy Fox, and Leroy
Gist. We adopted no new members but a new guide, Annabelle Johnson, led us down the
Soon after the next start, Lois Gatch departed from our midst but later on Eldon Jacobsen
joined our happy party to make eleven and we trudged on to explore still more of the unknown
possibilities of the trail ahead and with Margaret Larsen leading us through this treacherous
strip, we emerged to another opening where for the time being, we sought rest and enjoyment
from our wearisome travels.
Before we reached the end of our next hike, we found our number dwindling and four of our
group, Tommy Law, Marilyn Neilsen, Audrey Seaman, and Delia Mae Sinclair, left us to
follow other lanes of adventure. The remaining seven struggled on greatly encouraged by the
capable support of an older and more experienced guide, Mrs. Nora Hecht, who was deter-
mined we would all reach the end of the trail in good standing and with this goal in mind, we
resumed our travels under her guiding hand.
Then, in the eighth year of our tedious trip, we bade farwell to Joan Jergens but we still
had the same efficient guide. On May 13, 1946, we adopted as our motto "Do Your Best" and
our small group of six valiantly completed the elementary training of this course and perhaps
covered some of the most important phases of the trail.
We were now at the crossroads but we dare not tarry long, we must continue with eager
anticipation for the new adventures we would meet down the winding trail that leads only to
the security of Success.
As our courses became more difficult to pursue, we were required to have more guides
along the way. We were fully supplied by the aid of Superintendent G. W. Berrier, Kaleb
Sunwall, Mrs. Clappison, and Edwin Jones. Our members were again increased part of the way
by the addition of Joan Jergens, Frank Jensen, and Richard Seaman, and before we completed
the freshman drive, we gained the acquaintance and friendship of Gladys Odland, who stayed
with us to the end. As we call the roll at the end of this lap, we find Frank Jensen and Richard
Seaman have fallen by the wayside.
Again we resu.med our adventurous way as sophomores but found Joan Jergens was absent
from our file at the starting line. We continued under the same supervisor, G. W. Berrier,
with Mrs., R. A. Holm, Herman Wilken, and Erwin Jones, his helping staff.
Our company, now only seven, assembled to proceed down the trail through our junior
year but were confronted with a complete change of guides, Superintendent O. B. Taylor,
Clarence Hartman, and Jean Blessing.
The same party continued down the homeward trail but here we reached our goal another
member, Virgil Burris dropped from our group. Another change in guides gave us the
efficient leadership of Superintendent Robert Bellis with the aid of Herman Wilken, Roy Roed,
and Mary Garver, whose physical condition forced her to abandon the trail and her duties
were placed in the hands of Mrs. Hein. Now with the never failing interest and assistance of
this faculty, we, the class of 1950, numbering six, three girls, Marjorie Wolcott, Doris Nelson,
Gladys Odland, and three boys, Elden Lanning, Dean Hoag, and Eldon Jacobsen, are approach-
ing the end of the trail. We will climax this journey's end at our commencement exercises,
May ll, 1950.
BRADGATE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Salmtatory - - - ------ - Eldon Jacobsen
History - - - -Elden Lanning
Poem - - - - - Gladys Odland
Will- ---- - - - Marjorie Wolcott
Prophecy ------ ----- D oris Nelson
Treasure Chest ---- - - Eldon J. and Dean Hoag
Presentation of Hatchet - ------ Elden Lanning
Presentation of awards - - - Mr. Bellis and Mr. Wilken
Valedictory - 4 ----- ----- - - - - - - - - Doris Nelson
Song ----------- ----- --- ---------Class
Dean G., Hoag Doris Nelson
Elden Lanning Gladys Odland
Eldon Jacobsen Marjorie Wolcott
CLASS FLOWER - - - - Sweet Pea
CLASS COLORS - -------- - Lavendar and White
"In Us Our Future Lies"
Stan Gray ....
Charlie Norris .
Sid Pressley . .
Ray Cryder . .
Peggy Brooks . .
Hazel Wilton. . .
Sibley Shepard . .
Sarah Boggs . . .
Senior Class Play
STEP ON IT, STAN:
. . The town's leading failure . . . Elden Lanning
. . The town's leading Romeo . . . . Eldon Jacobsen
. . The town's leading loafer .
. . The town's leading citizen . .
Who inspires Stan to "step on it"
The object of Charlie's affections
. The town's leading old maid .
. . The town's richest girl . .
. . In search for her fortune . .
. . . . Dean Hoag
. Delmar Lanning
. . . Phyllis Curry
. . . . . Doris Nelson
, . . Leona Anliker
. . . . . . . Gladys Odland
The scene takes place in the new town library. Hazel Wilton is the new librarian and
Charlie is the new owner.
Prudence Quimby and Peggy Brooks appeal for church funds. Prudence's nephew, Stan
Gray is broke and slept on the park bench overnight. .Ray Cryder came to town, wrecked
Stan's business and started courting Stan's girl, Sibley Shepard.
Sarah Boggs, from Willow Springs, identified Cryder as Potter, who swindled her father
in a deal at her home town. Stan knew that Cryder was the man who swindled him. Sarah
found a mineral spring and Sid Pressley decides to become mayor of the town. A mayor
should have a wife. This brought up some exciting incidents.
The land where Sarah found the mineral spring was owned by Cryder. Fast work was
preformed to get the option to the land. Peggy secured it and all was happy, Stan soon finds
out that he can drive a racer for a thousand dollars. Stan's racer won the race. The land
was paid for and preparations for a hotel were being planned.
As the curtain falls there is prospects of wedding bells to ring out for Peggy and Stan.
Junior-Sen ior Banquet
The Junior-Senior Banquet of '50 was held at the Warden Hotel on May 6. It began at
7:00. After everyone was seated the pictures were taken.
Our theme for the evening was "The Garden of Tomorrow". The table decorations
were water sprinklers filled with a variety of flowers as the center pieces. The nut cups
were miniature pink and silver sprinklers. A small "memories" book was used for the
programs, menu, and the names of the faculty, Seniors, and Juniors.
The girls were presented with corsages of two carnations and sweet pea. Boutonniers
were given to the gentlemen. Following the banquet, everyone attended the dance at the
The Menu: Fruit Cup
Whipped Potatoes Green Beans
Ice Cream Rolls
Program: "To Tomorrow", Darrell Benjamin: Response, Elden Lanning: Solo, "Garden
of Tomorrow", Phyllis Curry, Poem, Delmar Lanningg "Planning Life's Garden", Mr.
Bellisg Song, "Moonlight and Roses", Boys' Quartetg Group Singing.
The Seniors and Mr. and Mrs. Bellis started out at five for a long journey to Chicago.
We were all interested at the various sites on the way. Our first stop was at Dubuque. We
were thrilled to ride the Fenelon Place Elevator, the world's steepest, shortest scenic
railway. From top we could see the Mississippi River, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa.
We arrived in Chicago at two o'clock. Our first night in the second largest city in the
world. That night we walked to the lake and also visited the large aquarium. For enter-
tainment we went to the Oriental Theater and floor show and the movie, "Captain Caray
U. S. A.".
Friday we went to the radio program "Welcome to Travelers". This program was very
enjoyable and interesting. Mr. Bellis and the boys went to the baseball game in the afternoon.
Mrs. Bellis and the girls went to the show, "Three Came Home". That evening we went
to the Trianon Ballroom. Ian Garber was the orchestra. Everyone was very thrilled and enjoyed
the evening immensely.
Saturday morning was spent visiting zoos and the navy pier. In the afternoon we visited
the Museum of Natural Science and Industry. That evening was spent at the movie "Riding High"
Sunday morning at nine we started for home. We were all tired after an exciting week end
at the large city. In speaking for the Seniors, we enjoyed our Skip Day trip, for it was both
educational and a lot of fun for all of us.
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I Said My Pajamasi
Now after twelve long years,
I'm going to graduate.
And I am telling you now
It makes me feel great.
Oh! I'm so excited,
Can't even think,
Put milk in my pen,
I drank up my ink,
I chewed up my books,
And gave my gum a slam,
All because I've passed my exam
I sat on the aisle,
And walked down my chair,
I oiled the earsers,
And dusted my hair,
I spread on my coat,
And buttoned up the jam,
All because I've passed my exam
I'm so glad ----- my head
Is spinning around and round
When I climb up the stairs,
I meet myself coming down.
I punched Mr. Bellis,
Greeted the gong,
I'm still all here
But I won't be for long,
I kissed Mr. Roed
And called him "honey lamb",
All because I've passed my exam
Bradgate High School
BACCALAUREATE, SUNDAY, MAY 7
Eight O'Clock P.M.
COMMENCEMENT, THURSDAY, MAY 11
Invocation , ,,
"The Children's Prayers"
Baccalaureate Address .
"Lord's Prayer" .
"Morning" . . .
"Prayer for Russia"
Commencement Address .
Vocal Solo ....
Presentation of Seniors .
.Awarding of Diplomas
Eight O'C1ock P.M.
May 7, 1950 - 8 P.M.
Mayll, 1950 - 8 P.M.
. Reverend Anderson
. Girls' Sextet
., Reverend Share
. Miss Phyllis Curry
. Reverend Share
. Miss Phyllis Curry
, . Brass Quartet
. Miss Fern Adams
. Mr. Morris Fuller
. Reverend Share
Twelve long years ago, we started off to school ,
To us it seemed like, an awful foolish rule.
We cou1dn't see why, our folks could treat us so,
When they stayed at home, and "simply made" us go,
But now as the years have quickly slipped away,
It's like a dream back, to only yesterday.
We wouldn't think of trading our fun for our tears,
Since we've leaned that teachers are friends and not our fears
So through the task of lessons, tiresome, dull, and hard,
We managed to raise cane, while teachers weren't on guard.
I bet we missed a lot we should and out to know,
While playing tricks on those who sit across the row.
Doris took up home economics to learn to cook real well,
She's tried most everything, and it turned out swell.
When she serves potatoes, she has a secret nack,
For not a one of us can soak them in a sack.
Now Marge don't have to study hard, it's easy as can be,
I guess that's why she always smiles at everyone she sees.
Of all the things she's learned about, spelling is the best,
But please leave out "Bologna" or she'll surely miss her test
Gladys always had a dislike sitting in a seat,
After all, it's better than standing on your feet,
To Mr. Roed's amazement, when coming through the door,
Is to find that she would rather sit down on the floor.
Jake doesn't like the color green, I'm positive, I know,
Because it says to hurry up, don't drive so awful slow.
He really likes the color red, it always takes his eye.
If you will look, you'll see I'm right, Oh: What a pretty tie.
Dean takes to sports, I think the best of all,
He goes all out, while playing basketball.
But' when he plays at Rutland, somehow he fails to think,
I wonder, do you suppose, it's just "time out to wink" ?
Flick is our president, a handsome guy is he,
He won the vote of every girl as you can see.
To hold this office long, would pain and ache his head.
He would far much rather go with the gang instead.
By now I know you're thinking, have we really gained success.
So speaking for the entire class, I think the answer's yes.
And may we proudly say to you, about that foolish rule,
We are so very happy that our folks sent us to school.
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6th 39' 7th
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Mrs. C. Jensen
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Larry Pederson, Duane Fuller, Laurell Jennings, Mr. Wilken, Stanley Benjamin, Edwin Sittig,
Norman Madsen J
Donald Lanus, Delrnar Lanning, Darrell Benjamin, Dean Hoag, Elden Lanning, Eldon Jacobsen
.Norman Madsen, Delmar Lanning, Stanley Benjamin, Lowell Jennings, Mr. Wilkin
Darrell Benjamin, Dean Hoag, Elden Lanning, Eldon Jacobsen, Donald Lanus
We had a fairly good season, winning 12 and losing 6.
The first six are Dean Hoag, Eldon Jacobsen, Elden Lanning, Darrell Benjamin,
Delmar Lanning, and Donald Lanus. Other boys out for basketball were Norman Madsen
Lowell Jennings, Stanley Benjamin, and Larry Pedersen,
SEASON GAME RECORD
28 LuVerne 42
24 Ottosen 40
39 Havelock 43
30 D. M. T. 27
30 Gilmore City 26
29 Rutland 24
31 Varina 25
36 Bode 30
42 D., M. T. 38
47 Ware 32
38 Rutland 27
36 Ottosen 24
38 Ware 2"
24 Gilmore City 217
31 Varina 21
38 Bode 30
37 Faculty 24
31 Woolstock 36
The boys out for baseball are Dean Hoag, Eldon Jacobsen, Elden Lanning, Darrell
Benjamin, Delmar Lanning, Donald Lanus, Norman Madsen, Lowell Jennings, Stanley
Benjamin, and Edwin Sittig.
10 Rutland 3
16 Ottosen 5
13 Rutland 5
3 Plover 2
3 Gilmore City 451
12 D. M. T. 8
0 Humboldt 5
Boys' Junior High
Mr. Wilkin, Merlin Anderson, Jerry Jennings, Glenn Jacobsen, Dennis Fuller
Harlowe Wright, Daryl Sittig, Marvin Olson, Floyd Knutson, Roger Madsen
Girls' Junior High
Audrey Benjamin, Berniece Dall, Janice Naeve, Carrnalita Jarvis, Barbara Pedersen '
Arlene Benjamin, Nancy Wolcott, Roberta Foley, Clarice Nelson, Patty Jacobs, .Tamece Larsen
Coach--R. A. Bellis
REGULARS WE THEY
Clarice Nelson Z9 A Bradgate Luverne 72
Doris Nelson 25 Bradgate Ottosen 50
Marjorie Wolcott- 29 Bradgate Havelock 69
Guards: 30 Bradgate D. M. T. 37
Leona Anliker 47 Bradgate Gilmore 56
Muriel Foley Z9 Bradgate Rutland 39
Roberta Foley 38 Bradgate Varina 42
17 Bradgate Bode Z7
RESERVE SQUAD Z9 Bradgate D. M. T. Z8
ZZ Bradgate Ware 46
,Arlene Benjamin 2.1 Bradgate Ottosen 46
Mary Dall 30 Bradgate Ware 4l
Esther Gehrt 39 Bradgate D. M. T. 51
Patty Jacobs 50 Bradgate Gilmore 61
Janice Larsen 38 Bradgate Varina 42
Gladys Odland 19 Bradgate Bode ze
year per game per game
Doris Nelson 208 13 Bradgate points 467 Z9
Marjorie Wolcott 193 12 Opponents points 728 45
Clarice Nelson 56 4
Patty'J'acobs Z 0
Esther Gehrt l 0
Mr. Bellis, Esther Gehrt, Gladys Odland, Arlene Benjamin, .Taniece Larsen, hPatty Jacobs
Muriel Foley, Leona Anliker, Roberta Foley, Mary Dall, Marjorie Wolcott, Doris Nelson,
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Phyllis Curry, Patty Jacobs, Darrell Benjamin, Norman Madsen, Floyd Knutsen, Muriel Foley,
Marvin Olson, Mr. Crosby, Marvin Anderson, Leona Anliker, Merlin Anderson, Doris Nelson,
.Terry Curry, Clarice Nelson, Marjorie Wolcott, Delmar Lanning, Janice Beam
Audrey Benjamin, Karen Benjamin, Clarice Nelson, Patty Taylor, Glenn Sittig, Arlene Benjamin.
L3,l'l'Y Bellis. Mr. Crosby, Rolland Jacobs, Merlin Anderson, Daryl Sittig, Dennis Fuller, Jerry
Taylor, Carmalita Jarvis, Gary Falleson, Rachel Anliker, Tommy Nelson, Richard Fuller
Girls' Glee Club
Arlene Benjamin, Clarice Nelson, Doris Nelson, .Taniece Larsen, Janice Beam, Leona Anliker
Muriel Foley, Roberta Foley, Gladys Odland, Patty Jacobs, Phyllis Curry, Mr. Crosby
Boys' Glee Club
Gary Falleson, Tommy Iolliffe, Marvin Olson, Daryl Sittig, Paul Anliker, Marvin Anderson.
Doris Nelson, Leona Anliker, Marjorie Wolcott, Delmar Lanning
Clarice Nelson, Doris Nelson, Janice Beam, Leona Anliker, Roberta Foley, Phyllis Curry
Junior Class Play
GOOD GRACIOUS, GRANDMA1
Henry Breckenridge. . . who hates to work any time . .
George Breckenridge. . . . his cousin, who hates the same . .
Mrs. Lennox .... . . . who wants her rent . . . .
Helen Allen . . . a daughter of a family friend . .
Cecile Allen . . . Helen's younger sister . .
Clancy . . . . a police investigator . .
Wiggins . . . . . his assistant . . .
P-Sam . . . . a Negro house boy .
Delicia . . . . a Negro maid . . . . .
De lma r Lanning
. , Donald Lanus
. . Doi-is Nelson
. . . . Phyllis Curry
. . Walter Schuur
. . Ronald Doerning'
. Gladys Odland
Henry and George Breckenridge, with more ideas about how to spend money than how to
earn it, find themselves in a state of financial embarrasement when their landlady, Mrs.
Lennox, demands a deposit of a long overdue rent. Available money arrives when an old
family friend sends money to entertain the friend's two daughters, Cecile and He1en,,over
the week end. Henry's father is on a trip so they have to find a chaperon. This problem is
solved, however, when they produce "Grandma" for the perfect chaperon. While every-
thing is going fine, Mrs. Lennox finds her false hair missing, and suspeets the boys. Henry
begins introductions and explanations - each one becoming more involved and farther from
the truth. "Grandma" has many narrow escapes of which a few involve the police. Finally
"Grandma" disappears permanently - in order that Mrs. Lennox can have her clothes back
Then Delicia, who has decided to make a matrimonial excursion with P-Sam, demands
to be an honest woman if there had been no real chaperon during the week end. The cur-
tain falls as there are prospects of three sets of wedding bells ringing - or three sets of
Mr. Bellis, Mr. Crosby, Mr. Hannah, Mr. Wilken, Mr. Roed
Miss Hansen, Mrs. Jensen, Mrs. Hein, Miss Kruse
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LINHART CHEVROLET CO.
Chevrolet And Buick
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Phone 543 -544
Quality Dry Cleaning
Made To Measure Suits
1750 South Taft Street
.TAQUA PRINTING C O.
Your Friendly Store
Retail Meats And Groceries
VERNE HARDY C LEANERS
Ladies' Work A Speciality
We Sell Made-To Measure Suits
DIXON IMPLEMENT 8: SERVICE
Machinery and Parts
Phone 58 -J
EVANS'-STARNER FURNITURE CO.
Furniture, Rugs And Linoleum
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EATERIA NEW CENTRAL CAFE
Complete Fountain Service
"Meet And Eat Here"
Open From 5 A. M. To 11. P. M. Everyday
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HUMBOLDT APPLIANCE C OMPANY
Shellane Bottle Gas
Wiring Service B: Supplies
BRADGATE LUMBER CO.
Cleaning And Pressing
We Try To Please
Modern Farm Machinery
ROLFE AUTO C OMPANY
Sales Chevrolet Service
Davidson And Davidson, Proprietor
J. F. ANDERSON LUMBER CO.
Building Materials Sherwin Williams Paints
C. W. Echelberger, Manager
EQUIPMENT .TE'AN'S REPAIR SHOP
John-Deere General Repair
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