Humeston High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Humeston, IA)
- Class of 1959
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Text from Pages 1 - 48 of the 1959 volume:
A cheerful nod and a friendly smile
Year after year day after day,
A kindly and a courteous word
For all who pass his way
Considerate and thoughtful, too,
As teachers and pupils come and go,
For all these things and many more
He's a friend we are glad to know.
r Ray Killion
Mr Jack Satorlus
Iiss Marilyn Phelps
World History I and II
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Mr Gall Massey Miss Eleanor Wulfon
American History Home hconomics
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Mr Robert Spiile Mr John Hayes
Typing I and II Band
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Biology General Science
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Raymond ndward Storm
FootBall Manage 2 3 A
Convention 1 3 M
nlectronics Club 1
Lunchroom 2 3 Q
Perfect Attendance 13 yrs
Louis ndward wagner
Football 3 h
Tract 3 4
Jocal Music h
Class Play 3
lasketball Timer 2
Soys State 3
Donald Dean Street
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Class play 1 M
Newspaper 1 2 3 A
Vocal Music 1 2
Sexette 1 7
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Band 1 2 3 L
Quartette 1 1st rating
Basketball Scorekeeoer A
Student Council h
Cheerleader, Football 2 3
Annual Staff A
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Class play 3-L
LC1ass officer, Treasurer 3
Judy Kay Surfus
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Qttcent ouncil, President A
Class Cfflce, Sec.etary 2
Vice President M
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Electronics Club I
Student Council 2 1
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Football 2 7 M
Basketball Scorekeeper 3
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Class Reporter M
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Jane Ellen Sponsler
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Bob Killion, Janet Paugh, Jerry Hanson, Sara Williams, Joe
Snyder, Alberta Johnson, Craig Street, Janet Boyd, Richard Roe,
Glenys Davenport, Marna Lewis, Jack Langford, Mary Trisler
Dottie Satorius, Karen Paugh Nanci Hixson, Layola Williamson
B111 Weaver, Arda Jennison, Richard Jackson, Donna McIntosh, Larry Karn,
Larry Surfus, Sandra Garton, Janice Hullinger, Fred Davidson, Sharron
McGuire, Larry Fry, Norma Smith, Donovan Heath, Carla Roe, Jerry Street,
Eugenia Evans, Judy Porterfield, Sara Caldwell
Hatchmaker PAUL D STEINER Jeweler Murphy Clothing Co Mens Wear
Chariton, Iowa Phone 11 Corydon, Iowa
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Sue Johnson, Bill Davenport, Don Greenlee, Janet Vaughn, Ray
Trembly, Pat Storm, Gary Fry, Linda Vandell, Gary Baker, Mary
Marcia Lyman, Richard Fry, Edward Niday, Gerald Roe, Jim
Porterfield, Lester Leech, Lisle Smith
Mrs Zimmerman, Jo Ann Hishmeyer, Mary Ann Wishmeyer
Vincent Baker, Linda Beakler, Warren Boyd, Connie Bright, Dean
Evans, Catni Hilterbrand, Jim Humeston, Ann Killion, Weston
Langford, Beverly Lewis, Mary Richman, Norma Rickert, Margaret
Satorius, Dorann Smith, Jim Street, Jo Vandell, David Williams
Kelly Cafe Security State Bank
Ver K. Kelly or Alice B. Kelly Complete Banking Service TR3-3155
Allerton, Iowa Allerton, Iowa
Paramount Cleaners Fred R. Foster
Scientific Dry Cleaning and Tailoring Real Estate Insurance
Phone PR52l5 Charlton, Iowa Humeston, Iowa
Caldwell, Alan McVey, JoAnn Schecter, Ray Exley, Donald Evans,
Dean Barnett, Dennis Fry, Peggy Garton, Dorothy Gwinn, Charles
Hamilton, Gale Heath, Cinda Hixson, Andy Killion, Calvin Kirkwood
Connie McIntosh, Jean Nickelson, David Parr, Rex Rickert, Jim
Satorius, Pamela Smith, David Street, Jackie Street, Mrs Kipper
and Mrs Zim erman
Andra Abel, James Boyce, Libby Coffey, Louise Coffey Gene Fry,
Steve Johnson, Dwight Niday, Carlos Paugh, Linda Schecter, Edward
Smith, Linda Street, Cheryl Surbaugh, Harry Taylor, Carroll Vaughn
Larry Watsabaugh, Mrs Zimmeraman and Mrs Kipper
Poston E Poston
and Good L k Humeston Telephone Co
Blue Food ore A Home Owned Institution
and Rex Williams H W Marks M D Coffey
Youn 's Hellyers Jewelry R Music
Char 13011, IOHB chariton, Iowa
Thomas S Brawn Clayton Plu bin and Hea ing
Attorney At BW ome Agpl ances hone 13
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Bob Massey, Suzanne Williams, Ray Coffey, Jean Street, Ronnie Lewis,
Roger Abel, Connie Snyder, Monte Mcvey, Mary Ellen Stanley, Dennis
Moon, Kathy Satorius, Caryl Dachenbach, Linda Lea Taylor, Steve
Street, Gladys Ann Greer, Candace Coffey, Jerry Street, Linda
Richman, Steve Newell, Miss Boyce
Frank Baker, Dale Barnett, Danny Boyd, Larry Doze, Belva Eggers,
Carol Exley, Howard Rea Gibbs, Gregor Gwinn, Doris Kay
Hockensmith, Stephan Paugh, Billy Petty, Sherry Rickert, Sharon
Roe, Susan Roe, Kay Snyder, Linda Spidle, Douglas Williams,
Aten and Newell HUMESTON STANDARD SERVICE
Appliance, Heating R Plumbing Phone 27
Skelgas, Westinghouse 8 RCA Dealer Marvin and Max
Wayne County Farm Bureau Gas For Less
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Gwinn, Calvin Henderson, Linda Sue Jennison, Debra Johnson, Diane
Moon, Michal Niday, Dell Richard, Walter Satorius, James Spidle,
Vicki Weakland, Rebecca Williams, Carol Boyce, Karen Gillenwater,
Stanley Hulllnger, Mary Keller, Richard Vaughn, Mrs Miller
Kathy Abel, Peggy Bright, Mark Carlton, Larry Dachenbach, Cynthia
Johnson, Donald Johnston, Christina Luppes, Rebecca Street, Ronnie
Williams, Cheryl Abel, Cheryl Boyce, Steven Caldwell, John Keller,
Edgar Langford, Gary Moore, Kathryn Sponsler, Grant Sponsler, Jerry
Sullivan, Donald Vaughn, Janet Zych Knot picturedl Barbara Eggers,
Knot picturedl Mrs. Sponsler
James E. Smith HOWARD GIBBS, PRODUCE
Land Improvement Contractor Staley and Supersweet Feeds
Pond Clearing, Terracing etc. Buyers of Poultry, Cream, Eggs and Wool
Phone 8912 Hu eston, Iowa Phone 37 Humeston, Iowa
Try a Lovely-to-look-at hairdress MarJor1e'a Phone 32
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Mrs. Auxier, Norman Exley, Steve Bright, Roger Street, Kathy Joy,
Doug Landphair, David Petty, Jerry Coffey, Connie Able, Gene Beaty,
Robert Taylor, Ronnie Vandell.
Epperly Grocery Lineville, Iowa Pray For The Best Insurance
Mrs McGuire, C Abel, M Abel, S Abel, S Auxier, B Beaty, K Boyce
D Campbell, R Coffey, C Harvey, C Joy, J Johnson, G Metzer, A Moore,
R Petty, J Sponsler, D Sponsler, M Street A Smith, J Vineland J Snyder,
T Vandell, D Smith, G Calton, J Hall, D Jennison, N McCullough, J Massey,
D Rickert, E Pool, M Spidel, R Gwinn
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SLNIOR CLASS WILL
Marcia Leech, will my ability to get in trouble in Miss Phelps'
study hall to Donna McIntosh
Donald Street will my ability to get good grades and trim physique
I Louis wagner, wlll my tr1m physique to Chunk and my ability to argue
w tn tne teac ers to Donavan Heatn
, La ry Rickert, w1ll my a ility to get stuck on snow covered mountains
anyone CGQSIUO spooks
Larry Hoo , leave nothing I'm just leaving and glad of it
Ba oara Dacdenbacd, w1ll my ahility to pusd cars on cold, wlnter
ghts to Janet Boyd and thc fun we had at my slumber party to Janet
Paugn, Shar on McGuire and Sara Caldwell
Dennis McGu1re, w1ll my ability to get along with the coaches to Don
Greenlee in hopes he gets along wlth tnem better than I did
Marvln Massey, will mv curly hair to Allen Mcvev
I Charles Storm, w1ll my football suit No 2 to anyone good enough
maybe he w1ll protect it from getting stepped on so often
Linda RICQSPG, will my ability to be a good basketball manager and
to keep up the old tradition to Arda Jennison, in hopes she will have as
much fun in doing it as I did
Bob Crawford, will my ability to have enough sense to get a Ford
instead of a Chevy to Craig Street This way he won't be out run by a
I,Larry Gwinn, will my l9h9 Ford to Craig Street se he will have another
good car, and my curly hair to Dwight Snyder as I hope he can use it
I, Mike Mitcdell, leave my height and ability to play basketball as a
senior to Larry Surfus, in hopes he does a better Job than I
I, Jane allen Sponsler, will my ability to have a cool, calm, collected
temper to Mr Spidle, and my ability to sing opera to Sandra Garton
I Chuck Lewis,received nothing when I entered, so I can will nothing
of value to anyone who wastes time like I did
Anita Greer, will Patsy Storm the ability to get a boy and keep him,
and not have other girls taking him away from her, Ialso wlll my ability
to get along w1th the teachers to Janet Boyd, in hopes thit she can get
along wlth tdem better than I could
I Carol Gardner, wlll my ability to memorize peoms for Miss Roach at
the lasts minute to Bob Killion in hopes he has better luck tnan I did
and my ability to write long letters everyday to Air Force guys to Mary
Trisler because I know she'll carry on faithfully
I Janice Rlccert, will my ability to get in trouble in study halls to
Raymond Storm, will my managersnio of football to Ray Dean Trembly
my senior seat to Joe Snyder, my ability to get along with most of V
teachers to Bill Davenport, and my luncn room Job to Larry Fry in hope
he will learn to drink milk and I will my cowboy hats to Jimmy Porterfield
Judy Surfus, will my position on the choking team to Patsy Storm
hope sne can find a new partner next year and my track star ability to
I Charles xley, will my ability to get good grades to Larry Fry and
Donavan Heatn, I'm sure they need it I also will my ragtop to anyone
foolish enough to t ke it
the graduating class of 1938 and 1950 being in sound mind, leave to
oux L achers all the marked in text books and old test papers To our
Janitors we leave all tue per il stubs, broken erasers candy bar and
gum wrappers and carved up desks.
wayne County Mutual Insurance Association McCullough Chevrolet Co.
Corydon, Iowa New and Used Cars
Insurance in Force S1I.L,OO0,000. Ifumeston, Iowa
Fawkeye Lumber Company Jim Lamberson
Lumber and Building Material Phone 21 General Trucking
Lloyd Fry Humeston, Iowa Humeston, Iowa
Kinnears Your Ben Franklin Store Greenlee Barber Shop
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HSENICR CLASS PROPHECY!N
In the year, 1970, after Larry Gwinn had made his first million by farming
here in Iowa, he decided to take a trio around the world in a new supersonic
jet. He was very surprised to find Louis Wagner piloting the plane. He had
made the Air Force his career. Assisting Louis on his flight as a hostess
was Jane Ellen Sponsler, who was about to settle down and start her married
life with a Leon boy.
Larry's first stop was in California where he attended the "l97O" Rose
Bowl game. Here he found Charles Storm playing left tackle for one of the
Big "lO" teams.
While eating in a small resturant, Larry found tis waitress to be Janice
Rickert. As the conversation proceeded, he found that Larry Rickert was
playing pro-baseball for the San Francisco Dodgers. He had led the Dodgers
to great fame ln the World Serles
Starting on their homeward fllght Larry was glad to hear from Lou1s that
Larry Hook had settled down in South Dakota and was raising buffalo on his
lO0,000 acre ranch He was maklng a large profit by selling than to horney
One of Larr5's closest neighbors was Raymond Storm who was settled down on
a farm raising quarter ro ses and farming on the s1de Mary Trisler had made
a great change in Cnuc' LeNis's life and they were helping Raymond and Larry
lncrease their proflt by buying the1r horse and buffalo in order to keep
their growing family hapoy
Larly, be1ng very nervous and tired from the long get ride, decided to
stop at the St Louls Clinic to see if he could be relieved He was very
surorlsed to finc his former classmate, arol Gardner, who was working as a
doctor's technician ln the clinlc As we got to talking she told me her Air
Force frlend was coming home for good next week and this would be her last
week of work She also told us that she had run into Bob Crawford and he
told her that he was go1ng to a trade school here in St Louis
Boarding the jet again, Larry headed to our capital, Des Moines Here he
found Judy Surfus, and Barb Dachenbach still working and staying in Des
Marcia, after working her way through A I B School, had settled down to
rais1ng a family with a certain boy from the army
On the way home, Larry stopped at Marysville College and found thre
familiar old faces Dennis McGuire, Mike Mitchell and charles axle
Mike and Charles have an addition to their salary Tinda R and Dottxe S
Dennls was still roaming the campus trying to find the right girl
Returning to Humeston, we found that Linda Richard married Don Wiseman and is
now living on a farm near LeRoy
Anita Greer also married a certain Derby Boy and settled down to feeding
chickens and milking cows
Marvin Massey and Donald Street d1dn't leave Humeston for they found work
here to occupy their spare time
HISTORY OF SENIORS OF nS9n
In l9U7, fifteen pupils entered first grade of Humeston Public School
Our teacher, Miss Virginia Crawford, taught the following students Barbara
Dunn, Charles Exley, Anita Greer, Larry Hook, Donald Street, El1zabeth Lyon,
Dennis McGuire, Richard Newell, Van Ivan Renor, Linda Richard, Jan1ce Rickert,
Larry Rickert, Junior Roe, Fern Smith, Jane hllen Sponsler, and llen williams
Du ing the third six weeks of school Mike Mitchell joined us, boosting our
total to sixteen we were sad to see Fern Smith leave us the second semester
Also, Barbara Dunn was removed from our class as the result of a fatal car
accident Donald Street left us and transferred to Ga.den Grove Ou. class
membership was brought back up when we gained four new boys at the bevinnlna
of the second semester They were Jerry Mericle, Jimmy Boyce, Kenneth
Landers, and Ga y Dale
After the long summer 1 were all very
year of school, taught by Miss Greenlee
Hook, Dennis McGuire, Richard Newell, Van
Rickert, Larry Rickert, Junior Roe, Fern
Vitchell, and Kenneth Landers This year
eager to return to start our second
Charles exley, Anlta Greer, Larry
Ivan Renoe, Linda Richard, Janice
Smith, Jane Ellen Sponsler, hike
we lost Fern Smith
tow that we have finished our second year of school, the summer months
passed much too qulckly It was time or us to return to school, third grade,
and Ifss Gorden They were Charles xley, Anita G eer, Larrv Hook, Dennls
IcJuire, R1chard Leaell, Van Ivan Renoe, Linda Richard, Janlce Rickert, Junior
Roe, Jane rllen Sponsler, Mike Iltcdell, and Kenneth Landers
At the beginn1ng of the year we gained Pat Dent, Richard Swartz, and Roger
Lawrence Then at the begirning of the second semester, we gained Larry
Rickert and Roger Lane
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We were sorry to lose Kenneth Landers and Van Ivan Renoe.
We were eager to come back because it meant a new room and we felt more
important for we had two teachers: Miss Boyce and Miss Gorden. The students
were as follows: Charles Exley, Anita Greer, Larry Hook, Dennis McGuire,
Richard Newell, Linda Richard, Janice Rickert, Larry Rickert, Junior Roe,
Jane Ellen Sponsler, Hike Mitchell, Pat Dent, Richard Swartz, Roger Lawrence,
Diane Walden, Roger Lane, Donnie Hericle, Judy Surfus, Gary Hoon, and Joyce
He were glad to gain Donald Street back at the beginning of the fourth
g ade We were sorry to lose Junior Ro and Roper Lawrence wno moved to Des
TOlH6S We also lost Roger Lane, Donnie h6T1ClB, Gary Noon, and Joyce Clouse
Because tne sumner months passed very fast we soon started our flfth grade
1th only one teacher, hiss Boyce We were as follows Charles Bfley, Anita
G eer, Larry Hook, Don ld Street, DPHUlS TcGuire, Richard Newell, Llnda
XL uard, Janlce Rlclert, Jane llen Sponsler, Mike 'itchell, Pat Dent, Richard
tz, Dlane Waldren, Judy Surfus, Kathy Lllis, Carol Pauley
We lost Diane Jallren and Larry Rickert at the end of the first semester
we gained Bob Crawfo d, and also Carol Gardner and Marcia Leech who dropp d
back to Join us Carol Pauley, Kathy Lllis, and Ricdard Newell were not able
to stay wlth us to start s1xt1 grade
we were anxious to come back to school because it was our second hig step,
moving up stairs we also had our very f1rst man teacher, Mr Boylan Mrs
Kioper was also our teacher Our classmates th1s year were harles Exley,
Iarcla Leecn, Carol Gardner, Anlta Greer, Larry Hook, Donald Street, Dennis
McGu re, L1 da Rlchard, Janice Rickert, Larry Rickert, Jane Lllen Sponsle
like Mitcnell, Pat Dent, Ricnard Swa tz, eudv Surlu , Louis wagner, and Jerna
Slager Larry Rlckert came back to Humeston at the beginninf of the slxth
By the time we nad reacned seventh grade we had lost most Ol du eagerness
to return to scnool Our teachers were urs hlpper and nr Boylan The
followwng were seventh graders Charles Yley, Anita Greer, Larry dock,
Donald Street, Dennis McGu4re, Linda Richard, Jane llen Sponsler, Mike
l1tCh611, Dat Dent, Rlchard Swarta, July Surfus, Boo Crawford, Carol Ga dner,
Marcla Leech, Louis Jagner, Verna Slager, and Larry Gwdnn We we e sorly to
lose Pat Dent and Verna Slager and happy to Gain Larry Gwinn
Because eivwth grade was our last year in Junior high, lt sped by quickly
If all Lal fun We :ere that year as follows Charles xley, Anita Greer
Larry Hook, Dennis ncG1ire, Tlnda Richarl, Janice Wlclert, Larry Rickert,
'ane llen Sponsler, 1ue Mitchell, Richard Swartz, Judy Surfus, Bob Crawford
Carol Gardner, larcwa leccw fouls Wagner, and Larry GW1PW
No: came the d U mon lt ln ou scnool liYe We enter d hiv cuool ur
class members that year consisted of tne followin green fresrmen cua le
wley, Anita Gree , Larry Hora Donald Street, Dennis McGui , Linda Ricnard
Janyc Hickert, Lar y Rickert, Jane llen Sp srer, like Hitch ll, Richard
Sva tz, Judy Surfus, Bob Crawforl, Carol Gardner, Pa cia Leecn, Louis fagner,
J second year of 1 gh school lad arrived and we moled close tr t
row in he assemt 5 Tnat year our class was made up of t e following
soonomor s nalles lfy, Anita Greer, La r look, Donald Street, Dennn
e, Linda Rlchard, Janice lr kert, TarI1 Rickert, Jane llen Spons -r,
Ilxe tchell, J char Swa tz, July Surfus, Bob Cratford, Carol Gardner,
Marcia Leech, Louls Iagler, Larry Gwinn, Charles Storm, Raymond Storm, and
C a les Lewls Ie gained one girl, Barbara Dachenbach, and two boys George
Spoon an' vayne Wllliams The Coy left early in our sophomore year
Cu JUHlOP year brought us many excltirg events, such as Junior Sen1or
Rrcn and the Junlor Class Pl y Je were a notcn closer to tre senlcr ro' ln
the assembly The students ir our class were Charles xley, Anita Greer,
Larry nool, Donald Street, Denn s ncGuire, Larry Rickert, Janice Rlckert,
Jane llen Sponsle , 1 wtnhell R cha S1a f Barbara Dachenbach, Bob
Crawford, Judy Sur U 'har e tor , Carol Gardner, Raymond Storm, Louis
Jarner, and Larrv Gwlnn LF s year we lost RICHBI Swartz
Approachlng our last year we were looking forward to graduation and our
diplomas n the as enbly we were 1F tre Hk1rg's row
Je graduated as a cl ss of twenty ore in number Je were Charles rley
Anlte Greer, Larry eool, Donald Street, is 'cGuire, larry Ric'ert, Janice
R ckert, Jane llen Sponsler, Ilke itchfll, B rba e Dacn lacr, Bob Crawfor
Judy Surfus, onarles Storm, Carol Gardnc faynond Storm, Lou's Hagner, Larry
Gwinn, and larvi assey
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General Trucking General Carpentering
Humeston, Iowa Levick Produce Hu eston, Iowa
lst row Anita Greer, Glenys Davenport, Dennis McGu1 e,
Sharron McGu1 e, Sue Johnson, Janet Waugh
End row Louis wavner, Bob Crawford, Donavan Heath, Jack
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Corydon State Bank
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L R Miss Phelps, Dottie Satorlus, Arda Jennison, Judy
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Carol Gardner, Marcla Leech
L R Joann Schecter, Norma Smlth, Glenys Davenport,
Judy Surfus, Linda Kay Richard, Larry Hook, Dennis
McGuire, Jerry Hanson Bill Weaver, Don Greenlee
Crown Bearers Tracy Vandel and Martha Jean Able
Paramount leaners ROUSH'S PHARMACY
Scientific Dry Cleaning and Tailoring Cosmetics Prescriptions
Phone PR52lS Charlton Iowa Corydon Iowa Phone hh
Montgomery Ward Johnsonk Miles
Charlton, Iowa PBM nhl? Attorneys of Law
South Central Iowa's Only Complete Department Corydon Iowa
Johnson Furniture Company Hlxson Photo Engraves
Charlton, Iowa 214 North Maln Charlton, Iowa
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lst row Sara Wllliams, Janet Paugn Sharron McGuire
Janet Boyd Carol Gardner, Karen Paugh Alberta Johnson
2nd row Janet Vaughn, Pat Storm, Dottie Satorius Carla
Roe, Janice Hullinger Norma Smith Layola Williamson,
Glenys Davenport, Linda Vandel, Sue Johnson
Qrd row Arda Jennison, Janice Rickert, Judy Porterfield,
Sara Caldwell, Eugenia vans, Sandra Garton, Joann
Schecter, Donna McIntosh
Mtn row Mary Caldwell, Marcia Lyman Nanci Hixson, Marna
Compliments of L B Calbreatu, M D Phena Belle's Coffee Kup
L R Layola Jilliamson Al erta Johnson arol Gardner
Glenys Davenport Sara W1llla1s Dottie Satorias
Compliments of Penny Brewer and Herb Jones
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2nd row Dennis McGuire, Jerry Street, Larry Hook, Louie
wagner, Bob Killion, Jacx Langford, Joe Snyder, Richard
3rd row Bob Crawford, MSPVIH Massey, Jerry Hanson, Don
Ben Franklin Cnariton, Iowa Allerton Hotel
Carla Roe, Pianist, Sara Caldwell, Sandra Garton Arda
Jennison, ugenia vans, Sharron McGu1re, Norma Smith
Lngebretsens Restaurant Allen Grocery and Trucking
Charlton, Iowa Clio, Iowa
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Mary Trisler Judy Porterfitld
FUPURn HOMEWAKERS OF AMmHIGA
lst row Miss Fulton Karen Paugn Sara williams, Glenys
Nanci H1XSOn, Linda Vandell
2nd row Donna McIntosh, Janet Paugh, Judy Surfus, Joann
Schecter, Janice Rickert, Jane Sponsler, Linda Richard
ugenia vans Carla Roe Marcia Lyman, Dottie Satorius
Mary Caldwell, Janet Vaughn, Sue Johnson Pat Storm
Yrd row Janet Boyd, Mary Trisler, Carol Garlner, Janice
Hullinger, Anita freer, Barb Dacnenbacn Alberta Johnson
ith row Layola Williamson, Norma Smith, Judy Porterfield
Humeston Sale Barn Humeston, Ia R1chmond's Store LeRoy, Ia
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lst row RaYmODd Storm, Fred Davidson, Donavan Heath,
Charles Storm, Richarl Jackson, Larry K rn
2nd row Mr Satorius, Lisle Smith, Don Greenlee,
Lester Leech, Gary Baker, Gerald Roe, Alan McVey,
Edward Niday, Larry Surfus, Ray Exley, Bill Davenport,
3rd row Gary Fry, Raydean Trembly, Charles Lewis, Bill
weaver, Larry Gwin, Richard Fry
nth row Larry Fry, Marvin Massey, Jerry Street, Joe
SCOR KL PER AND TIME
Carol Gardner and Raymond Storm
goze Motor Company Hv Vee Food Store
ord Dealer Since 1909 Pine Quality Of Foods
Ford Sales and Service Pleasant place to trade
wrecker Service Phone 107
Humeston, Iowa Corydon, Iowa
You're always prettier with a hair style change- Marjorie's
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Satorius, Arda Jennison, Mary Caldwell, Jo Vandell, Carla Roe
2nd row David Williams, Susan williams, Linds Schecter, Larry Fry,
Sharron McGuire, Lisle Smith, Linda Street, Andra Abel, JoAnn
Schecter, ugenia Pvans
1rd row Janet Paugh, Lajola Williamson, Jane Pllen Sponsler, Judy
Dennis McGuire, Carol Gardner, Bob Killion, Gary Fry, Carlos Paugh
This year the band had an enrollment of 15 members in the
h1gh school band and 12 in the beginning band
The marching season highlights were playing the salute to
the flag at each home football game and performing at the
half times, and leading the Homecoming Parade The band also
attended ath State American Leglon Convention parade at Charlton,
The concert band gave a spring concert with the vocal
department They also participated in the small group solo
contest at New Virginia and the large group contest at Centerville
The pep band played at all the home basketball games
Another highlight of the year was when the Humeston Business
Men took us to Des Moines to the Ice Follies as a reward for
playing in the summer band
The members lost by graduation are Dennis McGuire, cornet,
Carol Gardner, baritone, Charles Exley and Jane Sponsler, clarinet
Borterfield, Joe Snyder, Mr. Hayes, Jim Humeston, Bill Weaver,
L R Janet Boyd, Sara Caldwell, Sharron McGuire, Judy
Porterfield, Norma Smith, Janice Hullinger
The Humeston New Era GAMBLES
M E Stanley, Publisher The Friendly Store
Job Printing Wes R Ethal Nickelson
Always a Booster for School Activities Humeston, Iowa
RICHARD INSURANCW AGENCY J1m 1e's
Helen Richard, Agent H1 Way Cafe
Phone 124.0 H1 Way No 65
Hu eston, Iowa Humeston, Iowa
Wayne Co Implement Co Surbaugh's Food Center
International Harvester Dealer Fine Foods Quality Meats
Phone 78, Hu eston, Iowa Humeston, Iowa
National Bank R Trust Co Complete Banking Service, Charlton, Iowa
Janet Paugh, Eugenia Evans, Joann Schecter
'lst row Mr Iassey, Bob Crawford, Don Greenlee, like Mitchell,
Dennis PcGu1re, Charles Storm, Jerry Hanson, Raymond Storm
2nd row lr Spidle, Bob Killion, Richard Jackson, Joe Snvder,
Richard Roe, Larry Hook, Louie wagner
3rd row Charles Lewis, Bill Weaver, Larry Gwinn, Jim Porterfield,
Cary Fry, Gerald Roe
hth row Larry Fry, Edward Niday, Lisle Smith, Alan hcvey, Craig
1Street, Larry Surfus, Richard Fry
Our football season was mediocre this year It was marred
by the spotty play of some of the younger members, and inguries
to a few of the veterans The football team put out its best
almost all of the season The high point of the year was when
we spoiled Allerton's Homecoming by a 7 6 win, and then won our
own homecoming by the score of 14 O over Durray
expect a more impressive team next year with these lettermen
comin? bac' Richard Roe, Craiv Street, Bill veaver, and
Richard Jackson in the backfield, and Jerry Hanson Bob Killion,
Joe Snyder, Larry Fry, and Don Greenlee 'n our line We will
lose seven of our lettermen due to graduation They are Larry
Hook, Dennis McGuire, Charles Storm, Bob Crawford, Mike Mitchell
Louis Wagner and Chuck Lewis
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lst row karen Paugb, Glenys Davenoort, Sara Caldwell
Janet Boyd, Judy Surfus, Jane hllen Sponsl r, Sharron
McGuire, Norma Smith, Carla Roe, Sandr Garten
2nd row Miss Phelps, Arda Jennison, Ng , Lirda Vandell,
Mary oaldwell, Marcia L, an, Pat Storm, Linda Richard
Mg , Mr Massey
The glrls basket ll team uld r the direction of
coaoi Gail Wassed, ad a fair seasor this year The girls
started out slo a d hdllt themselves un to the runner
up position in the oectloral Tournament at Humeston
The h1vhlfsht of thf season was when we beat our
The letter WlWFPTS t 13 year 1ncluded the whole team
COHSlSt1UU of seniors, Jane ller Soonsler, and Judy
Surfus, luU1OP , Janet Boyd, Iary Trisler, Glenys
Davenport, an arer Paugh, sophomores, Carla Roe,
Sandra Garton, Lorma Smith, Sharron McGuire, and Sara
o fr , freshmen, Linda Vandell, Mary Caldwell, Pat
Storm, ard 'arcia Lyman anagers this year were Linda
Rlchard ard Arda Jennisor The girls did a good job and
we hope to see them back fighting again next year
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Richard Fry, Richard Jackson, Larry Surfus, Alan McVey
Our basketball season was not very good this year
The team consisted of practically all freshmen and sophomore
boys The basketball team put out their best but the players
were small and inexperienced The high point of the year
was when the boys basketball team beat Cambria
Our seasonh record was one win and fifteen losses
Our coaches expect a better team in the coming years All
the basketball players were lettermen with the following
coming back Larry Fry, Gary Fry, Jim Porterfield, Ray
Exley, Bill weaver, Edward Niday, Richard Fry, Richard
Jackson, Larry Surfus, and Alan McVey RayDean Trembly
was the basketball team manager We will lose one of our
lettermen, Marvin Massey, due to graduation
Humeston Brothers R Co Conoco Station
Feed, Coal, Grain, Seed 8 Fertilizer Leonard and Don
Custom seed cleaning Humeston, Iowa
Parr's Barber Shop Couchman Truck and Implement
Humeston, Iowa Phone 25 Corydon, Iowa
RayDean Trembly, Mg.
lst row Craiv Street, Charles Lewis, Marvin dassey,
Charles Storm, Dennis McGu1re, Bob Crawford, Larry
Hook, Louie Wagner, Alan McVey
2nd row Lester Leech, Richard Fry, Lisle Smith
Donavan Heatq, RayDean Trembly
Bob Killion, Dor Greenlee, Gary Fry, Bill Weaver,
Our track season this year was marred by a wet, cold
spring which kept many of the boys from reaching their best
physical condition Although most of the boys worked hard,
they were hampered by lack of experience and not enouvh
Our first meet was the conference at Allerton Then
we participated in the Oskaloosa Relays The last two meets
were the county at Allerton and the district at mast Des
ne only letter winners were Charles Storm and
Dennis McGuire who lettered for their second and third
yea s, respect vely
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2nd row Jo Vandell, Cathy Hilderbrand, Connie Bright,
Cinda Hixson, Margaret Satorius, Dorothy Gwinn, Norma
lst row Gene Fry, Calvin Kirkwood, Jim Satorius, Rex
Rickert, Jim Street, Jim Humeston, Vincent Baker, Dean
Evans, David Street
2nd row Mr Spidle, Steve Johnson, Carroll Vaughn, Bdward
Smith, Dean Barnett, Gail Heath, Warren Boyd, Harry
Taylor, David Williams, Carlos Paugh, Dwight Niday,
Humeston Oil Co Dr E G Danner
Farm Tank Wagon Service Optometrist
Conoco Products Court 3 Grand
F.D. and D.F. Richard R Wayne Street Chariton, Iowa
Humeston, Iowa Phone TR? M331
Central Farm Products Co. Citizens State Bank
Manufactures of Solo Dairy Products Your Friendly Bank
Buyers of Whole Milk Phone A
Telephone TR 3 7lh5 Humeston, Iowa
Rickert, Mg., Mr. Massey
JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADLRS
L R Linda Schecter, Linda Street, Jacxie Street
Martley Farm qulpment Company SNYDLR J WELRY
Your Service Dealer 'Gift Headquarters
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Phone l8 Hu eston, Iowa
MARTHA AND LUCY'S BLAUTY SHOP Lineville Hardware
Humeston, Iowa Phone lil Lineville, Iowa
L R Linda Schecter Susan Williams Jerry Street, Gene
Fry, Dwight Niday Linda Street, Andra Abel, Jo Vandell,
Gladys Greer, Kathy Satorius, Mary nllen Stanley
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