Monticello High School - Panther Yearbook (Monticello, IA)

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ibecbca fion XK51Tfm.'llD g fum 7? HIGH Scunm. '47 5? VNQ tl 1 Semors ot 1094 mn dgyp appz-umtmon for hms untmmng etfor 5 mn assmstxng us IN Qu ry mix posbmble dqduate thms annual to our mn -,trumgntil musmp and band mstruntor 'vir bturnbaugh -- 1 N: Q- xi ' Ol' ' .I M .tk ' , i , ' , I I vm' 11513 - Q h 1 11 xgli A I -'K - L' , V . JH , vi V i. ' X . . - ulaerin fenclenf Boyd Shannon has served as Superintendent of Monti High for ten years. Prior to that he served as principal for eleven years and science teacher for three years. Mr. Shannon holds B. A. and M. A. degrees from the University of Iowa. Marc! of gjclucafion S L, TO R.: Ed Cox, Glen jones, Dr. Earl DeShaw, Presg Dick Long, James Maurice. rin czyaa Vance Stead hasgbeen principal of Monti High for two years. In addition to being principal, he taught Science and Junior High Shop. He was also a sponsor of the Annual Staff and also a Junior class sponsor. Mr. Stead holds a B.S. degree from Iowa State College. 2 lk 1, ., -hx ,,,-- ...- LEU CABALKA lioys' Pliysicul liducation and Ath- letil-Coacli, jr. High Scienceg B, S., State Llriivcrsity of Iowag M. A., State University. MRS. MILDRIQD GRIFFITH Senior linglish and Speechg B. A., Coe College. CAROLYN COUSINS Vocational Ilornemakingg ll, S. , Iowa State College Q,- .ifvv A nn. 'aff ',, . fs -an 96101 j MRS. HELEN GUYAN Librarian and Study Hallg B. A., Grinnell College. MRS. WM. IIINTZ K ROBERT ,lAlvfES Vocal Musicg B. S, Iowa State Social Scienceg B. A. . Iowa State Teachers College. Teachers College. 3 ' .,.-4-. R ' i"' ' LA . S I ROBERT DEPPE Social Scienceg B. A. , Iowa State Teachers College. t. ff. L-. 1' an 4' LAWRENCE HEYERDAHL Senior Mathematics, and Physicsg B. S, , Iowa State College. FOREST JOHNSON Vocational Agricxiltureg B. S. , Iowa State College. ur. .1-FF , " 'mwvY-, ,. . Q' . nr ' ' .livin 4-CQ -'19 ,, 1... K ,QQ .M were - xt! M 'Q W 2 fr' r, is-'if if WEWE' is- -f 1': "J-rr "Q: ' :Q . .9 ,fiffjgffi 7 4 1 ' , PATSY AMBUEHL isfulg " .ff-., .. . 4 .swf sf uf- Y. Always happy, always gay, she s in . prix..-,'.' ,. X? " . gc: ,lg r fp-I - A X, . , love so they say. " '-'ff"" ' ' 3 RAYMOND ADAMSON Mi. - "Walsh out, I siill might do something great. " L- -f 5 r e-A -. W ROSALYND ADAMSON " Whal's thc usi- of living if you can'i have some fun?" MARJORIE BUOL "l might look quiet but looks don'z always count." DENIS DONOVAN "He appears to be innocent, doesn't he?" 6 If -4' BETTY BURRJCHTER "True ro her work, her word, and her friends. " fs JERRY DART Angels are perfect, bu! I'm awoman. " KENNETH LANG "Good men are scarce, take good care of mc. " 1 JO ANN CONLEY "Never trouble Lrouble umil Lrouble troubles you. " DORIS BROCKENS "If at first you don'l succeed trysomc- one else. " ,Nz n BRUCE APPLEBY "Drop dead! Thats rhe last thing I'll do. " 7 JULIE DESHAW "Why hurry? The day is long. " f Q 'EE' SUSANNA HASLER "After man came woman, and she's been after them ever since. " PATRICIA GERDES "Men annoy me, but I like to be annoyed." DON CLAUS "I never drive faster than the rar will sv- " -64 lr" RONALD BEHRENDS "work fascinates me, Igaze at it for hours. " 8 JOYCE CLARK "Get acquainted with her, she'll sur prise you. " ul 118: DARLENE BOHLKEN ' "Silence is sweeter than speech. " I Wi. JANIS GOTTLEABER Pretty as a picture--nice frame too, " 'S I ! K x X-at FRANCES GEARHART "An enemy she has not, but a smile always. " 'vol 4 R A ' 2 RAY MEIER "Teachers surely think I'm sweetg they always want me in the very front scat. " N?- f .1 " S. . X, , get fiiitfi. JOHN HACKE "Such an innocent face." MERNA FOLKERS "It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice. " WILLENE HUBNER "She put the 'miss' in mischievous! K JANET NICKOL "There's a little bit of bad in every good little girl. " , . PAUL BOHLKEN "It's not what you do, it's what you get away with that counts. " SARAH VERNON "The harder I try to be gooder to be, the worser I seem to get." X ,R W1 GALEN EIBEN "Lead me not into temptation, but show me where it is." 10 MARY STEINER "She's here. I heard her giggle. " 'X LINDA HARGRAVE "She does her own thinking, she needs no advice. " JEAN BADER 'A quiet girl, but quite a girl. " KENNETH ALDRICH "Never let school interfere with your education. " in T' 1' JOYCE BA DER "What goes on in that quiet mind? MARY SERBOUSEK llove but oncg l love no other. " IACK THOENI :'I'm God's gift to woman." ll WANDA ZUMBRUNNEN "Diamonds are a girl's best friend. ti-7 JANICE MONCRIEF "But 1 must talk. how else can a woman express her views',"' Pvt WULFGANG STAEHLE "A wt-lcomc addition wliurt-wr lit-5-ws 725 BARBARA GUYAN "She puts worries in the bottom of her heart and sits on the lid and smiles." qi RICHARD RIEDEL "Girls, here l am, but i'm hooked!" 12 DONNA MOREY If you he good, ywu'll bu happy, hu you'll miss a lot of fun!" ,wa ' lar - Q Q, YVUNNE VREELAND "lust a gal with an athletic natural N' PATTY SMITH "Get thee behind me Satan- -and push. " 9 F.- RUTH ANN WINKLER ff fi fit' i , i. - '7' ,l . l RONALD RHA TIGAN "Hc'll try anything rwncu--and swine- timcs even twicu. " A? it CAROL SMITH "If freckles were dollars, I would he 1'ir'll. " 'ws .1 ,,-VL? "A blond with a smile is a blond worth- X while. " RONALD MATT HIESSEN "Men of few words are the best men. " 13 CAROL BENSON "I don'r dare be as witty as l canl' GLEN FICKELS "School days are far too long, and oh, the nights too short. " N ' 1 1 ini. f Q 3' ,gi 5 'ff A y 3. iyj. izli' 4.15, ,,i ,I 4, DAVID MARTIN With all the girls in our class, why should he fall for a Junior lass?" JOHN PUCKETT "Be happy and gay, tomorrow's another day." 'SP JON HUSMAN "l've learned so much here that l really forgot to remember." IVAN BENEDICT "There's a bit of deviltry beneath the mild exterior." BOYD KING "You never know he's there until you see him. " 14 ROBERT HILL "Many great man are dead, I don't feel so well myself. " Q5 wx f'llFnv , o. QL F7 '5. 'A 41 WI' - ' :lx it au ' -1 - nw I- B H-asm S. ,. 4 T. H an an X p A- V . 4-4 ' ROW 1: G. Schmidt, D. Pickett, C. Leytem, B. Ruley, R. Monk, B. Schoon, J. Null, E. Wilcox, J. Podhaski, H. Postel, A. Lambert. ROW 2, Miss Cousins, H. Helgens, D. Schaeffer, A. Skellev, D. Stadtmueller, R. Ohe, B. Jansen, W. Tuetken, B. Bergstrom, L. Serbousek, M. Zimmerman, Mr, Stead. ROW 3: R. Stahlberg. J. Zimmerman, M. Wismeier, F. Mardorf, B. Rundle, D. Paulson, A. Lubvas, A. Kromminga, M. Stadtmueller, C. Morning. uniora ROW 1gD. DeMoss, N. Brokaw, D. Darrow, L. Hartman, J. Bayne, N. First, G. Barnts, K. Blayney, R. Hansen, B. Bulgren, L. Behrends. ROW 2: Miss McCulloch, 1. Heiken, J. Davidson, K. Doden, M. Dirks, E. Gerjets, C. Egger, B. Gilmore, V. Behrends, D. Donovan, K. Dirks, A. Bensen. ROW 3: D. Harms, S. Freeze, J. Hayden, C. Brokaw, M. Bohlken, D. Folken, D. Catlett, L. Folkers, B. Buckner R. Clark. L I ROW 1: L. Cass, E. Hoffman, L. Folkers, R. Eiben, M. Brokaw, D. Bums, S, Ehlts, J. Bender, M. Donovan, D. Dart, M. Egger, A. Egger. ROW 21 B. Dirks, P. Hasler, B. Hacke, E. Appleby, E. Hearn, S. Himebaugh, C. Aldrich, Mr. Hyerdahl, M. Edwards, B. Hanken. J. Hollar, J. Adams, B. Ganfield, B. Goodyear, J. Hoffman, S. DeMoss. ROW 3: L. Himes, K. Clark, D. Atwood, D. Bullock, A. Wink, J. Bohlken, E. Covington, G. Cass, E. Benedict, P. Hinrichs, J. Heiken, D. Gil more, B. Bleadorn, D. Caspers. 52,9 0l'l'l0I'2ff ROW 1: N. Stadtmueller, B. Schneiter, G. Mellor, S. Morning. J. Reyner, S. Zubler, J. Podhaski. B. Zumbrunnen, S. Like, D. Streeper, L. Smith, J. Mettler, M. Schoenbeck. ROW 2: Mr. Deppe. M. Carter, J. Shover, D. Volkman, G. Paulsen, D. Rickels, J. Rieniets, M, Moats, B. Streeper, J Schneiter, F. Marugg, R. Black, J. Kelly, Mrs. Johnson. ROW 3: C. Zedick, J. Shaw, J. Simmons T. Null, C. Meyer, B. Marsh, T. Vesey, D. Starks, P. Skelly, W. Otten, B. Morey, R. Payne, G Bader. QT' ROW 1: E. Zimmerman, M. Wright, M. Steiner, M. Poppe, L, Marsh, C. TerVeen, J. Kuntz, B. Reuter, V. Merritt, D. Moats, J. Sutherland, C. Rieniets, S. Reed. ROW 2: Mr, Johnson, T. Rhatigan, M. Lang, K. Wirtner, G. Kuper, D. Rickels, R. Wright, L. Lamont, 1. Prull, A, Tuel, M,K, Paul- sen, K. Paulsen, Miss Schnittjer. ROW 3: G. Poock. J. Sands, W, Price, A. Stenzel, M. Ricklefs, R Sanford, E. Zimmerman, B. Merritt, C. Rieniets, M. Wink, J. Morning, B. Martin. SPQZSA In Qfl ROW 111. Hanken, E. Hasler, M. Fass, S. Currie, B. Cole, A. First, P. Bunting, L. Harms, P. Drex- ler, M,A, Buol, M. Broenmann. ROW 2: L. Hosford, N. Bleadorn, R. Boyson, H. Folkers, S. Guyan, D. Hanken, L. Folkers, L. Harms, J. Fairbanks, G. Catlett, B. Bullock, W. Cox, S. Chadwell, R. Benson. ROW 3: V. Burrack, J. Behn, G. Eberhart, G. Heeren, J. Dietiker, D. Anders, J. Hargrave, H. Hall, L. Cartano, G. Cass, S. Bohlken. SQAM ROW 1 T Streets J Mettler D Anders V Burns J Wrrght R Eden M Ehlts B Meyer L Reyrolds R Landrs B Frrst ROW2 J Suter D Wrlktnson J Morey L Staner M Schmxdt A Buntmg S Hanken K Harms L Lehman L Sutton S Sands ROM 3 Mr Cabalka I Hrme baugh M Rrckels R Prewttt R Tuel J Holmes R Martrn L Helgens B Vesey D Null A Hanssen C Eggtman B Norrts Mrs Ross ROW-1 S Srms B Vernon S Rathbun A Good M Egger I Maurlce M Plueger E Hagen H Harford I Foster S Harford S Lambert O Z - . - 1 - . - f - f . p Q 9 - , . A , . , . . 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I f I N elfeflt fa 0 ROW1 J Eggrman R Bronemann S Thompson P Behn P Sands L Volkman L Srmmons L Kelley G Hrmebaugh J Podhaskr ROW2 J Prull M Nelson B Smrth C Werss JSke1 ley J Edwards B Benson M Goodyear J Bleadorn l Schoenbeck ROW3 Mrss McCaffr1e J McDonald M Edwards L Guyan M Cole L Rrcklefs S Shoop M Martrn B Norrrs J Whxte B Tuel Mr Knrpe ROW4 J Schoon G Ponder C Classen J Maurrce B Eby L Appleby K Hagen D Slrfe B Stonekrng L Ehlts R Long G Brokaw 19 JF SEASON S RECORD jooflaf ROW1 R Meler D Donovan I Thoem K Lang R H111 G R.1cke1s R Rhaugan D Claus rends C Egger R Ohe P Boh1ken L Serbousek J Sxmmons 1-1 Helgens Mgr ROW3 L Cabalka Ass1srCoach R Morey L Hexms A Krommxnga T Vesey K Clark R Stahlberg M Zlmmerman H Shugart Coach 1953 FOOTBALL SEASON The 1953 football season was one of the best Montlcello has seen m many a year It-consmsted of seven wms and a smgle loss th1s belng the Homecommg Game The team was marked by a fast hard runnmg backf1eld a fme rugged hne and good all around defenslve unlt Along wlth the f1ne record and hard play came the WaMaC Champ1onsh1p or whlch they rece1ved a beaut1ful trophy You cannot however g1V8 all the cred1t to the team It was a combmatmon of the fxne coachmg of Coach Harold Shugart fShug1 and Assxstant Coach Leo Cabalka plus the fmghtmg sp1r1t and desmre to wm that made the team what mt was a Champxon Glen Rlckels who was named to the A11 State's fourth team was elected the season's captam by the team Dad's N1ght Homecommg Mont1ce1lo Mont1ce11o Mont1ce1lo Mont1ce1lo Mont1cel1o Montrcello Mont1cello We s t Lrberty Vmton Independence Manche s te r Maquoketa Marlon Txpton i ihrvw I in-1: ,CS 9 gf. . , . . 5 Iii wi ' -9' f - ' .f:T.i' . i,,g.A,,,: ' A I R. Adamson, G. Eiben, C. Morning. ROW 21 A. Skelley, Mgr. g K. Blayney, D. Donovan, R. Beh- f . . . Q y V . , . i J , I . . 21 . . 13 . ' 20 ' ' 27 ' 20 . . 14 . . 47 . Z3 SM, 57, ROW1 M Wtnk D Atwood B Adamson J Bohlken R Wrxght M Carter B Bleadorn J Behn S DeMoss M Lang C Meyer ROW2 Coach James J Sands Mgr B Ganfreld D Rrckels G Kuper M Rrcklefs J Schnerter T Rhaugan L Cartano ROW? J Mornmg J Shaw I Shover G Eberhart K Wxrtner N Bleadorn untor ROW1 I Wrrght R Eden J Maurtce J Podhaskt R Long B Meyer P Sands ROW2 L Srmmons G Hxmebaugh B Bronemann G Ponder P Behn S Thompson L Kelly Coach Paul Kmpe ROW 3 L Appleby T Streets B Vesey J Holmes B Tuel K Hagen B Stonektng Z4 0 . . . . , . . . . - . . , . , , , K. . ' ' - f . , . . . 1 - 1 -1 - 1 - 1 - , . , . . - . . . tl. , . , . , - I . . . . I I I. , . . . . . , - . - n . . . . . , . , . , . , . . - - - . . , . , . , . , . , . , . . gaalfedaf ...isifmf 1-4-fn Q Qi xx I ROW1 R Meler K Lang G R1cke1s C Eggers R Adamson R Rhaugan B Jansen G Barms ROWZ Coach Cabalka J Schmldt M Welsmeler W Tueken E C-erjets K Aldnch C Mormng J Thoem H Helgens Mgr 1953 54 BASKETBALL SEASON Wxth a vrctory over Vlnton mn the f1nal game the Panthers concluded the season wxth the best record 1n 8 or 9 years a 14 5 record The season was h1gh11ghted by a v1ctory over Marlon a feat whlch hadn t been attamed 1n the last 17 starts The vmctory was even sweeter because the game was played on Mar1on's own floor Mont1's Panthers f1n1shed the WaMac Conference Race m a tme wmth Marmon for second place Along wmth all the good thmgs about the season there are of course the low poxnts Due to the enlargement of 15 cramums the Panthers dropped a close game m the fxrst game of the Sect1onal Tourney to a team they had beaten two prev1ous tlmes once by 34 po1nts Montmcello led by thexr able captam Ray Merer 1mproved w1th everv game and through hard work and a strong des1re to wm they showed that they were mn every Sense of the word true compet1tors SEASON S RECORD e They School 57 61 64 66 62 52 63 44 57 62 66 56 60 32 59 35 50 54 52 48 W1lson QC R 1 Colesburg Mar1on Manchester Independence Tmpton Anamosa McK1nley Maquoketa Vmton Anamosa Mar1on U H1gh Manchester Independence Tlpton Maquoketa Here There Here There There Here Here There There Here There There Here Here Here There Here Sectmonal Tourney wmth Anamosa Vmton There 49 51 57 46 1-v 1 ' 1' 14 . sf ' 8 ,y 3 H ' ' 146- es ' 'B 5 1 I 1 , 'Q' we ff.-r K' ,R 4' 3 11411101 ll 'a Q 1 1 -s , so-f 3 I 1- . nn s.,.,, Q. 3 6 A 'il y V A 1 'Um Al 3-' A "Nu Y Z W 45 38 ' . . 54 46 53 64 ' 56 50 54 63 47 42 ' 66 56 1 SMA 3, E S in T? -i i N H Helgens Mgr M Wmk J Hoffman B Bleadorn M Carter T Rhaugan D Rlckels R Goodyear 1 Behn G Poock J Sands uruor ,N gA .4 T5 N' 5 'i A i td ROW 1 R Long J Podhaskr J Wrlght R Marun J Holmes R Eden R Landrs W Merer ROW2 W Fust, D Anders, R Norris, W Eby, I Helgens, W Vesey, I Maurlce, P Behn, Mr Kmpe, Coach ROW 3 S Thompson, P Sands, J Eggxman, L Reynolds, G Hxmebaugh, C Classen Z6 " 0 ' . H' 'YV .1kL."I., , 1 jig- ? . , " . A I - 3 A 1 . I 1 V Q A 4:4 I I. . - x 7 4 V 1 4 11 I Q ID W 3 ' K x B mlz ,f Q' Y 'I , 6, , s A, h R' ,A ,. A3 X , 7-fr N . " Q I 4 'xy v Q ROW lg M. Lang, D. Starks, J. Shover, C. Meyer, L. Himes, R. Adamson, D. Volkman, R. Morey. ROW 23 I O L L' L ll Y .1 Ga " ,, , , 2 R 'O O S v I , 7 , 3 9 K b 9 ' S 4 5 , I , X- xx FGC F L E-Qu ROW1 E Zrmmerman W Marun S Chadwell R Payne N Bleadhorn M Wmk G Bader J Mormng R Benson T Rhaugan B Merm S DeMoss A Srenzel ROW2 E Covmgton L Serbousek R Hansen G Schmldr L Drrks C Meyer J Zxmmerman W Staehle H Helgens K Blayney G Exben M Car ter ROW3 Assrstam Coach Leo Cabalka L Wxrmer K Clark L Lamont L Herms A Skelly W Tuet ken A Krommmga D Atwoos D Shaffer A Benson P Srmmons D Starks R Wnght J Bohlken J Schnexder J Hacke P Bohlken Coach Harold Shugan ROW4 R Sanford B Jansen B Ganfreld R Rundle D Donavan T Vesey A Luvas C Egger R Behrends R Ohe D Rrckles R Reldel K Lang C Morn mg M Zrmmerman M Wrsmexer 1954 TRACK The 54 track season was consxdered a success by all rnvolved Thls year' team had several meets rncludmng the mter class meet 3 trrangular meets at home the Conference meet and Dmstrxct and state Meets Probably one of the most compet1t1ve meets of the year 1S the mter class meet w1th was won thxs year by the Semor Class Although Mont1's tr1angular meet wrth Anamosa and Trpton was postponed a couple of trmes because of heavy rams lt was fmally run off wxth Mont1 wmmng by a large margm In the Conference Meet at Marlon the Panthers funshed second behmd Mar1on whtch 1s qurte an accomplxshment ID a Conference such as ours Mont1 qua11f1ed Z 1l'1d1V1dU.alS and two relays rn the Drstrxct Meet at Mr Vernon Besrdes quallfytng these boys for the State Meet at Ames Mont1 also won enough pomts to f1n1sh second rn Class B behmd a very fme Dewttt team As the State Meet ended the boys breatheda s1gh of rellef but stxll they can look back on a very fme season 27 9' Q, ig", Q ' ' il A ,, , ,. lf! z . . 4 A A 4 - :L f l a -fs :Q A , , I ,T A , : Q - ' ' 1 , .' 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RoberrRund1e BobGanf1e1d Larr Hrmes Y Bob Marsh Ken Lang B111 Jansen Carl Egger Don Donovan Carl Momrng Marvrn Zrmmerman Dean Rrckles 1954 BASEBALL In the sprlng a young man s fancy lrghtly turns to thoughts of you guessed lt baseball If you happen to be down at the park anywhere from 4 6 o'clock rn the afternoon you wrll hear the sound of bats breakmg frngers berng sprarned, hands berng strung, and a few chozce words a long w1th rt The Panthers play the1r games rn the summer and already, therr coach, Leo Cabalka, has worked out a full schedule for the team Th1s years team wxll consrst of almost all lettermen wrth poss1b1y some changes because of good compet1t1on for pos1t1ons Th1s fact 15 what makes up good hustlrng teams Z8 F. -,T ! 4 Lx ' xx X . xi .. u 'fi f x 'L shin n 'ff X +5 l 3 lx 'tsl 1 A -:fn xx 73- islxix P. h 'I v A ' ' Q ,Y 5 I v A -7, -S' t ! 1' 'A 1 N45 I - -N F by I D 1 I J Q riff ii X 11' ' Af Y r Um f 1 if H vi.:-n-1 O fi: ,aj 0l'lC0l't PLUTES M Edwards Sradlmutlltr MJLD wnald Shoup Hagen LLARINETb L Hargrau SlL1l'lv..I' l'U1kLl'S Nwllu x Blaynex Bender Dar! Null Hoffman Elbvefl I sr Harms C OX Ttrxeen GULIISLH Harliord SUM! ALTO CLARINJETS J Slrbousek D Shafftr BAbb LLARINE I S 5 Zuhler B be ron n BASSUOIN5 DLSIBW L s UBUL5 M Buol I lxumz P H1I'1l'lLllS C,ORNETb Lang Thoenl Martm Da 1 Dirk: Slreeppl' Lang Xwlsmerer Harms Monk Egger DRUMS N L b Avpl udw P dhassr H J Prvdhaskr J Sthotnb PRLNLH HUILNS D Moru D F w ken S f'l'LL:g Slllln a S Hansen TROMBOINES Skis Jansen Sthurxdtr Niarun Lyllmorr Hargraw Nul ALTO SP-.XLS UL M Paulson Hartman Dkxlnl' Paulson TENOR 5-XXES I Cu IIILBDLI 5 BARIIUN. SAX I C ark BARITONES B Burnt h er F Lytarhar P t W Oulu M Dlrm BASSLS Gerd Shelley Hanlnn Ehlts CONCERT BAND After marchmg band IS ow er 1n the fall the band comes 1nto the audmtorlum tor a long stretch of concn rt work Thls vvorlx usually leads to several concerts durrng the wmter and a large group contest mn the sprmg Thls year the band won a D1v1s1on l ratmng mn the contest held here 1n Mont1cello Along wxth lar e group work almost everyone plays 1n a small group or plays a solo Everyone ooks forward to the spr1n when all groups and solos go to a prehmmary state contest Then when all tie shoutmng and tears are over after the ratmgs come out everyone relaxes a l1ttle and the ones who were good enough to earn a D1v1s1on I start worlung for the State contest Th1s 15 the supreme test of all h1gh school mus1c1ans Th1s year's band cons1sted of 70 p1eces and was d1rected by our very f1ne conductor and teacher Mr Stumbaugh I fr if -? - . ' A , 1 1 1. .mm N, - - . K 'I v X I ehy . . J, ' ' x I I' ml ' Q. Pvwtli S. J. ullar L. E. f ' . .s , P. " ' . 'Q - .lk K. f - L- - H. DL Isl M. - - 544- M. ' x j ' ' '- E' , ,N " r - fx S.. lfrrgr J' , , - ' , rl '- ' ':- T, r' J. L Hrlnd R. ' - Q .' ' ' A. in Ti ' 1 L V J' A LA wk-nk W. Q D. ' ' K K- . -,, J' I ' ' 1' J. - r B. ' 1 C. E fr A A S. I D. f " ' B. ' J. 5 - M. 4 v B. Q - - M. " R, r ' P, ' cs . A K' K. 1 , pg , R. L 1. W D. -E . ' M. I, r' 1 5. E ' . QPC Lil? an I I5 Q Q N 7 R, L s L L L L L L, 1 fl UL Il L L Il S l Hartford S Zublrr L Ho llliill M S rboubek J must 1 B bthoon L llargrawt 1 nkrn 5 Ehlta D larttn N1 ang art onk trtt Lr 1 S lttt L D Morey J Sutherland J Nrrkol J Hollar B Appleby A Ftrst L Harms ,I Podl1aslt1 judxP1dhabk1 kuntz L Harttnan k Paulson P Drexler J Clark L, Pootk Nl F1r S 5110011 J M1 Dvflald S tnuller M Ldwards P SkLllLy P L,-Lrdes M Dtrks B Bllffltlllnl' W Ut L 1 L lolk C Marttn K Cnlmort J rgrave Null nrder H 1 Lk 111 tn Leytttn Dtrtt o Ray Sturnbaugh Drun1 Major jams Lottleabu MARCHING BAND If 1n the fall of the year about 11 15 1n the morrung you see Mr Stumbaugh burn1ng a path down the sta1rs w1th a megaphone under one arm flags 1n the other and a wh1st1e around h1s neck you don't have to th1nk twrce to know that he's headed out to work up a band show for the Fr1day s football game Th1s year-'s march1ng band cons1sted of 70 preces They presented a show at the half of every home football game plus go1ng to Mt Pleasant for marchmng contest and corrung home w1th a f1rst Anyone rn marchtng band w1ll say that 1t's a lot of work but wrll adm1t 1n the same breath that 1t's a heck of a lot of fun 32 Y ' ,w'- S- ' - 1 4:9 7-f9:' Q Q: L 'Q h rw ,- , 1 I 7 n r L Q .lb 4- -. '1 L - I' A A ' ,E I -V Y t ,..' v -v 1- - - ' 4 gf- .f 4.2! I A It - . f . ls., . 1, 1. , A L, Tk gE. N11 1 1x, K, T 'IV ' 'IL J. D Shaw, M. SI 1it1'r, M. B1 ul, D. Da , 1. ' ml-r,R,L1hA ,,l. ft IUI, S. , , ' -, ', ft , . c ' ', . G ' tl, . " , . ' ' ' ", 'If Ntll, 15. Ha ' . A. ', . lx ' , 1 . L , J. D' , R. M D. S --p', K, Hartm, D. lftlkcn, f tad , . ' . . ' . . .',. " '. . l'l. . 1 WSIS. i. Eggvr, R. ', ', .Ha" ',J, ,B.Sch'1, .P1st-',M.Prls-,C. , 'f'tr, ' I rwvv' lg M Buwl, I. 'vwflv xx, J,PwdI14m-x, M,lir1glu, S, Lnblur, ,1,BL'I1dL'f, In Ruumr, CQ,5z:11th, if Applu- N, J. N.lIflm'I'l3l1d, RUM' Lg M, fuss, M, Buwl, M, Su-mu, J. ii-Xlldr, H. P-'su-i, I,. Hwlrrrs, A, I-1:51, R. "KJ.l7lbSHI1, nv. Mm-llwr, M. fl-x, M. Hmtz. ROW 111, Clark, lj, Hwffrrzdzm, 5. X.'L'rz1or1, J. Lwrrluabur, J. S.-rlmwuw., M, VJHIISUII. R. Wnllklur, Y. Vruuhmd, S. PNTUIHIIIKQ, J. Dvhhaw, P, Srmlh. ROW 4113. Pllfl-QCII - N -,V Ii Eihrrndmm-r, N, Pi1:11u'wah,gI., J. Dart, J. P.1d!xasrr1, D. Iwlkurl, M. b.!l1lrrn, D. Br.-harm, L, fwmurb, D. llxu-zu, f C7 A QQ Ll J Wx 11 M. LH1lIIlL'HI13I1, B. Appleby, I, Bcncdni. J. Thwcm. B, B.g1grcn, Lv. Bader. ROW Ig B, Burrichtcr I Mwrnmg, J, KL-lim, J. smw, P, SVA-llcx, B. Mwrcy, B, Adamson, M, Hmrz. ROW 5: L, Varranw, D. I C xspurs, A. Su-nzcl, 'I. Rharxgan, II. Hall, M. Carter, J. Fagan, ROM 41 L, Lamum, R. Wright, T Xcsey Ni, Duks, IJ, YNHQIYIPLII, B LQAI'lf1C1d, Lv, Em-rharl. X., D312 mxecl Czoruzi W1 Nl Carter L Csarranu J haw H ll L rrs 0 rw Podhaskr B Appleby Set J DtShaw Treas l Btnedrct Pres D Morty Vrtt Prts J Thmnr Lrbrarran W 3 Mrs Hrmz L Bader I Mommg B Bulgrrn E Applthy I t rr Mt 1 nsrel R A amson I Clark C, Smrrh J burhtrland B A amson RKW4 T Rhaugan B Munx wrmng S Zublrr Y Vretland D Prehrrl B flfrlllgl' D lktu D D Bnmmns N1 Pau Stn rboustk S Mtrmn N1 ol Owa P tim Z. merman renal La mr R Vvrr M Drrks T Vesu D Volkman B Qanfrtld L, Eberhard I Pagm The Mrxed Chorus under the drrectlon of Mrs I-I1ntz was very aCt1ve dur1ng the 53 54 school year One of the hrgh pomts of rts act1v1t1es was 1ts part 1n the annual Chrrstmas Program put on w1th the dramatrcs department and the grade school ch11dren Two festrvals were attended by the ent1re chorus Jones County at Martelle and WaMac at T1pton Besrdesa large group contest held at Mont1cel1o rn the sprlng many vocal small groups and solos part1c1pated rn a prelrmmary contest at Anamosa and some rn state contest at Newton Accomphshments such as these W1thJL1St two rehearsals each week show the hard work done by each member of the chorus 34 O . ss- -I . 1, v I' RU 3. . , . ' r, . S , . Ha , J. Kllly, D. Casp' . ROW -3 P. Smuh, M. Bu 1, 1. RO Ig . ' , J. ' ', . , . 5 , . ' ', . Hwllar, I. B 'ndy G. 'll rr, II. P , . d , . ' , '. ' , , ' - ' , . d . ' 1 . Y ', . S. Mu ' . . ', . ' . . , .Bur ' -, .Fo'-,J. art, . ,r. .1', M. Se 1, . " ', . .Bu . R 'g ,Sk-1 M. im f , A. S f '1, L. mvr, . ' ghr, , , .... . . . . fEi6lflLZI1ia17lL5 ETUUENT Lum 1 ,Aff PANTH'RLLLE H LJM HL. H xS?MJQl'lf COLUICI i ROW1 J Hauke K Lang B Schnuder R Long ROW2 M1ssSchn1tIjer G Schmidt J Behn R Goodyear R Eden Mr Bread ROW3 W Cox E Wrleox D Claus W Hubner S Freeze fg L omonfe We i"T"g,r:. 'RY' 5 P' ROW1 B Morey E Wrlcox 1 Benedrct B Appleby C Leytem B Schnelder W Otten ROW2 Sutherland W Cox V Munir M Srcmer R Elben L Folkers J Bayne Mlss McCaffne ROW C Benson J Coukaber J DLShaw L Hrmes P Henrlchs J Thoem J Podhaskx D Sueeper S Vernon ROW4 J Null N Sradlmueller L Hargrave J Rlemets M Duks D Folken R Monk M Moars B Schoon 37 31,54 ROWI R Eiben M Poppe C Mellor B Schnieder L Marsh K TerVeen S Currie E Hasler M Stiener H Poltel L Hartman ROW2 M Zedick M Fass K Bright E Appleby M Paulsen B Bul loc R Winkler J Nickol L Folkers C Leytem J Clark P Smith B Ruetcr J Kuntz ROW Merril J Bender M Donavon M Bronnrman P Drexler L Harms K Wright I Hankeu W Cox L Folkers S Ehlts I Sutherland J Bayne E Zimmerman P Bunting M Buol W Zumbrunnen ROW Moats C Rieniets J Tuetken B Hanken S lreese B Schoon A Eggers J Bader M Eggers G Cat lett S Reed ROW5 D Pickett R Boysen J Null M Moats A Tuel H Folkers D Streeper B Bumchter M Bohlken M Edwards B Ruley R Monk Ni Siadtmuellcr S Himebaugh D Hanken Bader L Catlett J Rienets J Podhaski J Hayden Lira., cm 1 t 3 NJ' L ROW1 E Appleby K Ter Veen D Streeper R Eiben G Mellor J Bender ROW2 1 Kuntz A First L Folkers S Zubler Mrs Guyan ROW3 M Paulsen P Hinrrchs S Himebaugh M Moats N Stadtmueller L Hoffman 38 I O C . 1 . 1 v - 4 '- , h- 1 'A '. , ' ' :V ' ' f O . - 1 V 'Q 1 Q " .X Q , l-4, . ' , . ' , . , . ' . . ', . ' . . , . . 3:V. 4: Miss Cousins, E. Wilcox, S. Zubler, C, Smith, A. First, C. Benson, M. Schoenbeck, J. Reyner, D. O U 3 -Q L. i nz 1' . .ghd -. 5 x . .,N " T, S ' i as 4- 0 , V J ,. 's - ' . I' 1 . V T . . 0 . " r S , ' ' l ' .. V 5 " 5. . 1 Clfnefd i 40 f'- 1' ROWI A Benson D Sradtmueller R Slahlberg J Bender J DeShaw ROW2 Mrs Guyan C Zedrek J Thoenr J Davrdson M Zlmmerman W Otten Mr James ROW i L Behrends W Staehle B Ohe C Egger lx Wrrtner J Zrmmerman xii! U iv: 4K ROW1 J Sutherland L Marsh K Terveen M Srerner J Bender G Mellor D Dart P Bunung S Ehlrs ROW! M Donavon W Cox M Brrght J Reyner E Appleby J Gotrleaber P Smrrh B Schner d J Clark M Zedrek M Faust L Harms ROWJ Mrs Johnson S Zubler S Mornrng J Pod haskr E Wrlcox S Vernon M Egger C Smrth A Egger J Bader K Wrrghr C Benson M Paul sen J Kumz R Eiben ROW4 J Hollar R Clark D Prckert J Hayden L Folkers R Boysen J Tuetken J Podhaskr H Folkers B Schoon S Freese G Catlett E Hoffman M Buol ROW5 D Streeper N Sradtmueller L Smrrh J Null L Hargrave J Nrckol B Ruley M Bohlken C Leytem I Bader D Brockens S Hrmebaugh R Monk 39 A 4 ', ,A : 'V 1 ' -: it . 4' ' ' U , 'I r b . 7 I F. 4 S- . ., f Y: , . - Q- X -4 , ,- - ,-. xxx.. Lv V. 5- l A -f -1- ' J - as -, . , r Q-7,1 - I' . , r. - - ' '. . A . . I , . , . . 3: . , . , , , q..j4a..j4o 33' 3 - J, . ,V - ' I .. - f ' - - .Inf Q ' ' -' '- ' - Q V - 5- ' Q3 " -' 0 Q '- -1 ' . . ' 4 , N V i- a lk ' , 0 , A fri :. , . , . . . ' . . , . ' , . , . ' . . er,.. . ,. . ': . .. .. - -I ' A 1 v I ' I ' 4 I I I ' 9 0 A I ' Y ' - , . . . . : . . . . . 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Y' ROW1 R Rhaugan J bottleaber R Wmkler J Thoem ROW2 J Hacks K Lang B Appleby I Benedrcr Mrs Ross f9anfAe,f CH ROW1 K Blayney 1 Slmmons G Rxckels D Claus R Rhangan J Thoeni L HLIITIS ROWZ C Mornmg M Zxmmerman J Zimmerman A Skelley H Helgens G Exben Mr Cabalka ROWJ A Krommrnga R Adamson R Merer R Rexdel B Appleby I Bohlken D Donovan ROW4 K Lang P Bohlken C Egger R Behrends B Jansen D Donovan R Marthxessen 40 Saul B Morey ROW2 Mrs Johnson S Freese J Podhask1 H Postel I Benedxct G Rlckels Pres J Thoem V Pres M Sxexnu E Appleby J Hollar ROWJ Mrs Ross S Vernon J DeShaw R Rhaugan J Zxmmerman H Helgens E Wxlcox D Pxckeu Mr Heyerdahl ROW4 J Gortleaber B Schoon C Leylem B Burnchter D Folken L Hargrave J Null W Hubner L Foll-cus ROW 5 D Martm R Mele: K Lang B Appleby J Bohlken C Jagger R Behrends B Jansen M Dxrks D Donovan R Adamson NOT PICTURED D Morey Sec C Benson J Nlckol K Aldnch A Benson nm! 5? ROW 1 I Benednct J Nxckol Bus Mgr J ThoemEd1tor C Benson Co Edxtor R Wmkler ROW2 C Smuh, W Hubner, L Hargrave, B Bumchter, J DeShaw, M Stxener ROW3 G Exben, D Martm R Rhatigan, Mr Stead, M1ssMcCu11och 41 U H H Cf 6 I F -fee'-,f.gii:t I ' -- CQ- V ' - 'fr "+ 'ii ' . . Q, - - I 59, ' X' I X V gf . 1 If aff 1 J - I ,Q -5, ROW 1g C. Morning, M. Zimmerman, A. Kromminga, L. Himes, K. Blayney, G. Eiben, J. Simmons, CW ROW1 G Cass L Cartano W Martrn G Bader S Bolhken L Hasford P Hasler S Chadwell D Stuen ROW2 S DeMoss D Atwood D Donnovan B Buol R Me1er J Hacke B Kmg JSchne1 ther G Heeren C Rlenets M Stadtmueller ROW3 Mr Johnson B Merrttt W Prrce B Hacke I Fagen L Dtrks V Burrock J Herken H Hall R Ganfteld D Caspers R Hansen ROW4 V hart H Helgens D Hayen K Clark ROW5 L Lamont G Copper M Rrcklefs D Paulsen M Dtrks E Gerjets B Jansen J Bolhken D Donnovan R Rundle G Paulsen Some act1v1t1es of the F F A Chapter for th1s school year were the Judgmg team that went to the Da1ry Cattle Congress at Waterloo another Judgmg team that went to the Sprtng Hog Market Show at Cedar Rap1ds and the group that went to the Chester Whrte show there The Greenhand 1n1t1at1on was one of the htgh l1ghts of the year seventeen new members havtng been added to th1s organ1zat1on The Freshmen and Sophomores had a rodent contest among themselves It was a close race unt1l fmally the Sophomores won The F F A Chapter also had two basketball teams The Vars1ty team had an undefeated record but the Fresh Soph hadabad year Our 1nstructor Mr Johnson took B111 Jansen Harlan I-Ielgens Jerry Schmeder and Art Krommmga as delegates to the State Conventron at Davenport wh1ch lasted for three days The annual Parent Son Banquet was held May lst Jams Gottleaber was named the F F A Sweetheart Our guest speaker was Dean R1nner ofW11son 8: At the beg1nn1ng of the school year the F F A Chapter had a hay r1de and at the close the chapter had a skatmg and 1nv1ted the F H A A Slave Day put on by the chapter was held on May 26th The purpose of thts was to P3156 some money as well as for the fun of domg lt Now that the school year of 53 54 15 over the old offtcers wxll leave us and the new off1cers w1ll take thetr places The offlcers for 53 54 were John Hacke Pres Dems Donovan V Pres Ray Me1er Sec Jerry Schnxeter Treas Boyd Klng Reporter and Bernard Buol Sentmel The new off1cers for 54 55 are Art Krommmga Pres Don Donnovan Vlce Pres B111 Jansen, Sec , Bernard Buol Treas V1rg1l Bherends Reporter, and Stuart DeMoss, Sentmel 42 O O . ..!"?" -fr a 5 - . .. . . ia ' A ' . k 1 f i I Y 7 ,J . 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Q 1 L nf-s 1 Q wlor On September 1 1941 forty nrne bewrldered youngsters walkedtnto the lower halls of Montt H1 Of the forty mne ktndergarten puptls that entered tarrytng herr rugs and holdrng trght to therr tnothers hand elghteen have sur yrved the trtals If the lower halls movtng upstarrs bttng jorned by just as be wrldered freshmen and have moved on vu torrus to graduate lhese tharter members were Patsy Ambuehl Iulre Debhaw Lrnda Hargrave Donna Morey Janet Nu kol C arol Smrth Patty Smrth Sarah Vernon Ruth Ann Wrnkler Rosalynd Adamson Ray Adamson Bruce Appleby Paul Bohlken Ivan Benedlet Ken Lang Ron Matthtessen Ron Rhatrgan and Jaek Thoenr The other mem bers of the krndergarten elass were Shtrley Eby Davtd Powell Sandra Gorden Ray Otten Phoebe Patten jamce Podhaskt Jvyee Rerd Leandra Smrth Thelma Aldrxeh Beverly Cantrell Glorra Darrow Susan Hrmebaugh Lorna Lehmann C.arolMctIu1re Jennre Saekett Paul Bartels Carlyle Dahl John Fegan Allan Lambert Robert Marsh Brlly Barnets Crlbert Easter Dtck Eggers Kenneth Harms Roger Hearn Merltn Hoffman 11m Kelly Ray McDon ald Ke1thNoack Rrchard Wrrght Brlly Marugg On the sunny mornrng of August 31 1942 Mr Shannon our farthful frrend through all our school days was stand rng by door 15 takmg rnventory of hrs shrny and well serubbed new frrst graders Our teacher Mlss Kruse had the heavy responsrbrlrty of poundrng rnto our well combed heads the fateful tales of Drck Jane Baby Sally and Spot the dog We developed a taste for applesauce and were jorned by Darlene Paulsen Phyllrs Brown Ron Behrends Roger Aldrreh Robert Wrlcox Wrllram Mueller Charles Bowers and John Marugg Three hundred and stxty trve days later feelrng much older and learned we found our way to room 11 where Mrss Klrne warted to further our edueatron The post offtce entertarned us and showed us the systematrc way our mall ts handled so we could go back to our room and burld our own post offrce New members rn our second year were Carol Benson Jams bortleaber Brllre Jo Lambert Delores Grlmore Carl Morntng and Charles Dtetz In 1944 the Atormc bomb was dropped on Hrroshtma and Mrss Krrchner descended onthe class of 54 Mrss Scallon taught the other thrrd grade room we were begrnnmg to thrnk Jams and Lefty were a steady thrng and welcomed In to our class Dave Marttn Gualdtm Sadorf Donna Van Buren Rrchard Davrs Marnn Marsh Robert Mettler Theo dore Srmon lrre Welsh Florence Aldrrch Ruth Clark Selma Ehlts jean Hoffman and Joann Henson The openrng enrollment of Mtss Henderson and Mtss Humke s fourth grades rncluded many new names They were Dtek Adams Lewrs Appleby R y Boysen Robert Helgens Albert Kammerman and Barbara Guyan It was durtng thts eventful year that we lrstencd enthra'led to the tales of Bearpaw and Brtght Star and surprrsed Mrss Humke wrth a brrthday cake and party fwe had learned by then how to get out of elasslj On September 2 1941 the elass of 54 moved mto the North Hall tn force Mlss Bevans and Mrss Datrsman were our pattent rnstruetors They pounded the rhyme and reason of nouns and pronouns mto our heads New friends we found thrs term were Nlorma Jean Boots Mary Sterner Kenneth Aldrtch Don Claus Brlly Schafer and George Barnts A marvelous earthshakrng drscovery was made by the srxth grade scholars the game of Truth and Consequences btrls chasrng boys around the block to tollect forflets was a common srght Iowa Hxstory and our own newspaper took all of our school trme Mrss Whrte and Mrss Barnheart were our teachers and the new puprls were Ray Meter Jamee Moncrref Joann Conley and Howard Rrckels ln our last year down statrs we became very famrlrar wrth two sounds the breakrng of a ruler and Mtss Whrte askrng Who rs Incomplete'7 Fmally the long awatted day of gorng up starrs was accompltshed The up and commg fad was wearlng a eherrshed locker key on a long charn around our necks The awkward confuston of trytng to get a locker unlocked between each class by bendmg low rn the mtddle caused many a snrcker from passrng upper classmen Addrtrons to our class were Clyde Matheg Max Wrsmerer and Joyce Clark 45 eu. . . 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The followmg fall these Jumor hlgh scholars plus Robert Emrmrch and balen Schoon returned to school amazed at how tall we all had grown over the summer Btng was the center of attentron and collected qurte a followtng of female admtrers as he became the Don Juan of the motor btke crowd Mr Halstead s house was the hang out for most of the class We surprrsed htm on hrs btrthday and presented htm wtth a beauttful maroon tte wrth whtte polka dots whlch he wore as l1ttle as possrble but seemmgly wrth much prtde tn our token of esteem The freshman class of 54 came to county wtde attentron as thetr parttes became the talk of the teen set We dlscovered that the gtrls drdn t have to chase the boys and that Sptn the Mrlk Bottle was a lot more fun than Truth and Consequences Our class also boasted three sets of twtns The grrls learned to sew and cook and smells drtfted up from the basement that could easrly compete wrth the chemrstry class The boys started puttmg wood together and comrng up wlth odd shapes We learned the value of property and spent our mghts workmg tn the canteen at games to prove tt We moved into the south hall and felt that hrgh school was really the ltfe Our class wasrncreased by Romona Allen Jean Bader Joyce Bader Ella Blohm Darlene Bohlken Dorrs Brokens Margte Buol Betty Burrlchter Jerry Ann Dart Dora DeMoss Merna Folkers Pat Gcrdes Suste Hasler Wrllene Hubner Eleanor Mor rrson Rosemary Newhard Mary Jane Serbousek Yvonne Vreeland Mary Walker Wanda Zumbrunnen Mary John son Ronnle Behnken Robert DeWald Dems Donovan Galen Etben John Hacke Byron Hensch Jon Husman Boyd Kmg Kenneth Morrtson Glen Rrdkels Rrchard Rerdel Roland Wrlltams and Bob H111 In our Sophomore year the upper classmen labeled us the Srlly Sophomores and we trred to lrve up to our name The boys started gettrng thetr drrvers lrcenses and the chase was on The guls favorrte questron was Does he have a Car? Sarah s after dtnner speeches were always somethtng to look forward to tn Speech class The members of lxbrary on the race problem whrch we studted thoroughly tn World Htstory and all agreed we have learned somethmg very valuable Several of us were ptcked to serve at the Junror Semor Banquet and spent the evenrng dressed as heap brg Indtansl The new member of our class tlus year was Ray McDonald As Jumors we found out what the word busy means Our class play But Farr Tomorrow went off wrthout a hrtch we worked long hours sellrng magazrnes wtth Jack and Patsy tyrng for hrgh salesman many of us were mrtrat ed rnto M Club and found we dtdn t partrcularly care for raw oysters and felt very sorry for the lrttle rabbrt that got run over by a rarlroad tram Four of our class were chosen for Natronal Honor Soctety and we found out how much work goes tnto a Jumor Semor Banquet Coronatton was our theme and we slaved day and mght to make tt a success Jack Puckett and Ardrs Bushnell Jotned us rn our Jumor Year Wtth the strains of Pomp and Ctrcumstance already begmnmg to echo tn our ears we reached our senior year Old memortes were recalled and laughed over as we found out how mce semor prrvrleges can be after twelve years of drudgery Our two last recrutts were Wolfgang Staehle and Frances Gearhart The boys led our football team to the WaMac Conference Champronshtp and the basketball team was the best ln years When the fella s donned therr T slurts for track we were sure to be a success The mrghty class of 54 proved they could toot a horn pretty well too helpmg to wtn a ftrst rn Marching and Concert bands The hrgh lrght of the season was our vrctory over Marxon! There was danctng rn the streets and everyone felt that nothtng would ever top that achtevement ' l The cast and crew worked themselves lnto exhaustton producmg Smrlxn Through whtch was pronounced a tremendous success even though the gun drdn t go off There was only ttme for a qurck breath and we were worktng on M Club Ban quet The Fllcker Follres was the theme and we danced to the music of the Vanety Club Orchestra lt seemed nrc e not to have to worry about Jr Sr and ,ust be the guests South Pactfrc was used as a theme The boys spent more ttme watchmg the sophomore grrls tn their sarongs than they dtd eaung Our home made calendar had made those last days even more suspenseful and gave us relref from those don't you wtsh you d studred fmals Then the excrtement of the last day was over and we began to think that they were wonderful years and we knew we would never forget Montr High! 1 l I I I I I - r r I ' I V I I I 1 that class produced a play by our own Janis Gottleaber for the school. We spent many hours doing research at the mf 'IJU an edfamenf RAY ADAMSON will tny split vision to Leo ROSE ADAMSON will leave if the school board lets me BINC ALDRICH will tny eute little stories back to the Vesey boys BRUCE APPLFBY will my drumming ability to rud Hoffman PATSY AMBUEHL will tny changed ways to Donna Harms BEANS BEHRENDS will my nights out with Regular and Ethyl back to the American Petroleum IVAN BENEDICT will my ability to make speeches to Marilyn Donovan PAUL BOHLKEN will my ability to get in trouble to Paul Hinriehs DON CLAUS, will my Langworthy speed record to anyone who can handle it DENIS DONOVAN will my manly ways to Lynn Serbousek s dog CALEN EIBEN w1ll my ability to stay tn shape for track to Tom Vesey JOHN HACKE, will Bus number 4 back to the school BOB HILL will my ability to aggravate Shug s ulcer to Larry Himes JON HUSMANN will my good penmanship to Miss McCulloch BOYD KING will the movie projector back to the school LEFTY LANC will Judy back to Monti High DAVE MARTIN will my ability to play the cornet to Brad Dirks RON MATTIESSEN will my golf ability to Bob Adamson RAY MEIER, will my wavy hair to Shug JACK PUCKETT will my cowboy boots to Arizona RON RHATIGAN will my good posture back to the Chiropractic Association GLEN RICKELS, will my all state ability to Jim Kelly RICHARD RIEDEL will my gun shooting ability to any future dramatist WOLFGANG STAEHLE will my ability to confuse Mr James to Eleanor Wilcox JEAN BADER will the Martelle road back to the county JOYCE BADER will my red hair to Mr Stumbaugh CAROL BENSON will my ability to be a servant to Don Donovan DARLENE BOHLKEN will Wally back to the Junior class DORIS BROCKENS will my clean clothes back to the gym teacher MARGE BUOL will my ability to skip st hool and get away with it to Bernard Buol BETTY BURRICHTER will my musical ability to Judy Schoon JOYCE CLARK will my nights to anyone who thinks that they can stay up Jo ANN CONLEY will my quiet ways to the Junior girls JERRY DART will my tight skirts to anyone who can fill them JULIE DeSHAW will my wild parties to any one who thinks they can handle them MERNA FOLKERS will my height to John Morning FRANCES GEARHART will my nice quiet ways to Bill Jansen JANIS COTTLEABER will my cheerleading outfit to any Jr girl who can fit it BARB GUYAN will my beautiful hair to Betty Cole LINDA HARGRAVE will my ability to argue to anyone who thinks she can handle it SUSIE HASLER will my hula dance to Bob Ganfreld fUse is wisely Bob y WILLENE HUBNER leave my ability to do shorthand to anyone who can write fast enough JANICE MONCRIEF will my catry manner to Helen Postel DONNA MOREY will my flirting ability to anyone who thinks they can stand it JANET NICKOL will my poise to Joyce Fairbanks! Catch a farmer with it JANIE SERBOUSEK will my ability to go steady to Carol Leytem CAROL SMITH will my crazy laugh to Myron Carter PATTY SMITH will my singing ability to Mr Deppe s wife MARY ELLEN STEINER will my sense of humor to Mr Sread SARAH VERNON will my gift of gab to Ruth Eiben Bewarel YVONNE VREELAND will my athletic ability to Gladys Mellor RUTH ANN WINKLER will my Natural blond hair to Carol Riemets WANDA ZUMBRUNNEN will my ability to get diamonds to the Africa mines PAT GERDES will my ability to keep a trim figure to Itchy Wright 47 l JACK THOENI, will my ability to make girls think they love me to Myron Carter. I 0 - . ' 9 I ' " I D l . I ' QC lt rs now 1974 20 years after the graduatron of the 1954 class of Monticello Public High School tn Monticello Iowa We travel to Washrngton to the White House and whom do we find? None other than thc President of thc United States DENIS DONOVAN and Vrce President RAY MEIER, Since these two drstrngurshed looking gentle men graduated from the same class of 1954 of the Monticello Public High School they have a lot in common As President Donovan and Vice Prestdent Meter are talking over old high school memories wc find their cvtr faithful maid CAROL BENSON entering the room Carol brought wrth her a list of all the class of 54 and rs show ing the President and Vice President just what happened to the long lost friends of their class Let s listen rn so wt too can know Back rn hrs high school days GLEN RICKELS was quite a girls man Wherever he was a group of girls surround ed him Who would have ever dreamed Glen would be a teacher tn MERNA FOLKER S school of teaching young men how to stay away from women'7ll We fmd RONNIE Beans BEHRENDS now roaming the countryside featured as the famous thm man tn Rrng ling Bros Circus People may wonder how Beans got so thm He claims rt was really easy All he did wastake a course rn SUSIE HASLER S reductng school The name of the course was How to Reduce rn 10 Easy Hula Lessons Everyone thought that BARBARA GUYAN and RICHARD RIEDEL would surely stick together But seems they didn t Richard decided he wore out enough tires on the Scotch Grove road And as long as Barb always claimed she wasa The famous trto of Monti High BRUCE APPLEBY RONNIE R1-IATIGAN and BOB I-IILL have finally solved an eternal problem How to take the work out of hitch hiking They ve invented and patented a glove with an auto matic thumb which can be set on a stand Might add that they are doing a bummrng business What s th1s"l I9 DONNA MOREY as a famous wrestler She has a busy schedule and her motto rs I ll challenge anyone to a match boy or girl Much prefer a boy After years of hunting for the right man we fmd MARGIE BUOL settled down to a good old married life She has a family now and rs teachrng her cluldren to be perfect children and never lie among other tlungs She still says Above all never skip school SARAH VERNON has ftnally completed her lrfe long ambition of being a TV producer Her greatest production featured RONNIE MATTHIESSEN as the hard hrttmg detective rn Dragmop DON CLAUS is a famed mechanic rn BING ALDRICH S world known Stnclalr Statron He adjusts all the rear view mrrrors on all the 74 Cadrllacs Bing worked his way up through the grease prts by his famous saying of Hard work will get you nowhere The genius ofthe class JON HUSMAN rs busy at work on hrs famous experiment of trying to square a circle He rs assisted wrth this project by LINDA HARGRAVE who claims that you can do anythtngll The famous story teller of the class MARY STEINER rs now featured as Madame Sevamr hears all sees a knows nothing Her face tlnts her crystal ball pink whenever she takes a customer Guess we ll never forget the face of WOLFGANG STAEHLE He finally decided Gertnany was the best place for hlm as long as he couldn t fmd out how an American gtrl kisses JOHN HACKE the one person everyone thought would really go places has fooled everyone He now believes rn letting the fairer sex prove themselves worthy so we find John loafing the days by and letting his frrst real love PATTY SMITH fwhom he rs now married toy provide for the family llvtng 48 POP g one-man girl, she will have nothing to do with anyone else, and we now find her President of a "Lonely Hearts Club - , ' " ', , ll, C And then there ts JANET NICKOL Belreve rt or not but she has stuck to LeRoy She doesn t pay much attentton t t htm for most uf her trme rs spent trytng to rnwent a safe way to rrde wrth htm So far all IS ln varn BOYD KINC, who was always the shy member of the elass fespeerally where grrls were eoncernedj rs nowachanged man Every nlghthe hrres certarn grrls to woo htm to sleep Hrs f3VOIllL wooer rs BETTY BURRICHTER who was always tonsrdered a very good wooer We flnd ROSE ADAMSON strll hangtng around school When he long warted day of graduatron came she couldn t be lreve rt' We f1ndlO ANN C ONLEY eeompanyrng her husband IVANI BENEDICT Jn a safarr rn Tanekra Thelr atm eomert the natryes Another person puttrng a btll througn C Jngress rs JOYCE CLARK She wants to start a movement toward better parktng condrtrons rn rural schools PAUL BOHLKEN rs defrnrtely for the movement He clarms that the Youthof The Natron Deserves the Best .IANICE MONCRIEI lS head model tn KEN LANG s women s wear dept store we flnd her modelrng formless glrdles After 20 years of wattrng we flnd WANDA ZUMBRUNNEN strll wartrng for her dream to come true She clarms she belleves tn long engagements but also states ll shouldn t be many more years before the frnal date 15 set RUTH ANN WINKLER rs stlll found rn Montrcello She IS the prrvate Secretary of the Truant Offreer rn the Mon ttcello area There has been no trace of JULIE DESHAW but the last seen of her was the mght of graduatron when she was seen headed for Earlvrlle Anyone knowrng the whereabouts of Julre please notrfy the Whrte House rmmeclxately We flnd that PATSY AMBUEHI. has been up rn the arr ever srnce her marrrage back tn 54 She clarms a woman place rs wrth her husband whether on land sea or tn the au Every mght we flnd DAVE MARTIN featured wrth hrs golden cornet as mam entertarnment rn YVONNE VREE LAND S world known nrght club rn Cascade Iowa JACK PUCKETT rs back rn Arrzona agarn runmng a hot dog stand Hrs partner FRANCES GEARHART who burlt hrs establlshment clarms she can eat more long lrttle doggles than anyone else west of the Mrssrsslppt DARLENE BOHLKEN rs now a model for a peroxtde company Under all her prctures rt says Your ha1r canlook lrke thrs with Blonde Peroxrde JANIE SERBOUSEK and JERRY DART are now runnmg a store rn Center Juncuon Iowa Jame wonders why acer tam someone hasn t gotten out of the army yet Jerry rs pauently strckrng wrth her hoprng he brmgs a frrend along lf he eomes The famous track star at ISTC rs GALEN EIBEN Hrs coach CAROL SMITH says My boy wrll run a 10 mtnute mrle thrs year or dte RAY MOON ADAMSON rs star prtcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers He plans on strrklng out Mtckey Mantle the World Series thls year JACK THOENI rs now head of the Department of Engrneerrng at Iowa State Hls head assistant .IANIS GOTT LEABER says I don t get rt WILLENE HUBNER has put her cnarmmg personality to good use nbw She s head Good Humor Man for JEAN BADER S Frrendly Ice Cream Co PAT GERDES rs now a truck dnver for Roses Renderrng Servrce Her foreman DORIS BROKENS, says We haul anythrng wlthln smelllng drstance ' And last but not least of the class of 54 ls JOYCE BADER, We now flnd Joyce. aused to be redhead now a true blonde Seems she just dldn't have the temper to go wrth that red hair 49 S x s ,x'- ' 's 1' s 1 1 ' ' I , . . . . 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SLNIORS ADAMSON RAYMOND 6 23 25 40 40 41 8 ADAMSON, ROSALYND 6 34 33 ALDRICH, KENNETH 11 25 33 AMBUEHL PATSY 6 APPLEBY BRUCE 31 3' U 34 31 40 41 BADER, JEAN 11 38 39 BADER, JOYCE 11 38 39 BEHRENDS RONALD 8 23 27 40 41 BENEDICT IVAN 14 33 34 37 40 40 41 BENSON, CAROL ANN 13 37 38 39 41 41 BOHLKEN DARLENE 8 33 39 BOHLKEN, PAUL 10 23 27 40 BROCKENS DORIS 7 33 34 BUOL MAIUORIE 6 31 32 33 34 39 BURRICHTER, BETTY 6 31 32 3? 34 38 41 CLARK JOYCE 8 32 31 33 34 38 39 CLAUS DONALD 8 23 37 40 CONLEY JO ANN 7 DART, JERRY ANN 7 31 32 33 34 DeSHAW JULIE 7 31 32 33 34 37 39 41 EIBEN, GALEN 10 23 37 40 41 41 FOLKERS, MERNA 9 32 31 GEARHART FRANCES 9 31 32 GERDES PATRICIA 8 31 32 GUYAN BARBARA 12 HACKE, JOHN 9 27 37 40 42 HARGRAVE LINDA 10 31 32 37 39 41 HASLER, SUSANNE 8 HILL, ROBERT 14 23 40 HUBNER, WILLENE 9 37 41 41 HUSMAN JON 14 KING BOYD 14 42 LANG KENNETH 7 23 25 27 28 31 37 4 MARTIN DAVID 14 31 32 41 41 MATTHIESSEN RONNIE 13 40 MEIER, RAYMOND 9 23 25 40 41 42 MONCRIEF, JANICE 12 32 33 37 39 MOREY DONNA 12 22 31 32 34 37 39 4 NICKOL JANET 10 31 32 38 39 41 41 PUCKETT JOHN 14 42 RHATIGAN, RONALD 13 23 25 27 40 40 41 RICKELS, GLEN 14 23 25 40 41 SERBOUSEK, MARY JANE 11 34 33 SMITH, CAROL 13 33 34 38 39 41 SMITH, PATTY 33 34 38 39 13 STEINER, MARY 10 31 32 37 39 41 41 STAEHLE, WOLFGANG 12 27 39 THOENI, JACK 11 23 25 31 33 37 39 40 40 41 41 VERNON, SARAH 10 31 32 37 39 41 41 VREELAND, YVONNE 12 33 34 WINKLER, RUTH ANN 13 38 40 41 ZUMBRUNNEN, WANDA 11 38 JUNIORS BARNTS, GEORGE 16 25 BAYNE JANICE 16 37 38 BEHRENDS LARRY 16 39 BEHRENDS, VIRGIL 16 42 HQX BENSON, ALFRED 16 27 39 41 BERGSTROM ROBERT 16 42 BLAYNEY KEITH 16 23 11 27 28 40 BROKAW CORA 16 BROKAW NEENA 16 BOHLKEN MARLENE 16 H 37 38 39 BUCKNER, BARBARA 16 BULGREN WILLIAM 16 33 34 BUOL, BERNARD 16 42 CATLETT LOIS ANN 16 38 CLARK, RUTH 16 39 DARROW DONNA 16 DLMOSS DORA 16 DIRKS, KEITH 16 42 DIRKS MAX 16 31 32 33 34 37 41 4? DODEN, KENNETH 16 DONOVAN DONALD 16 23 27 28 40 41 42 EGGER, CARL 16 23 25 27 28 31 32 40 41 FEGAN JOHN 16 33 34 42 FIRST, NEAL 16 32 31 FOLKEN DELORES 16 31 32 33 34 41 FOLKERS, LOIS 16 22 33 38 39 41 FREESE SHARON 16 31 32 38 39 41 GERJETS, EDWARD 16 25 42 GILLMORE, BRUCE 16 HANSSEN RICHARD 16 27 42 HARMS DONNA 16 HARTMAN, LINDA 16 31 32 38 HEYEN DEAN 16 42 HEIKEN JOHN 16 HELGENS, HARLAN 16 23 25 26 27 40 41 42 JANSEN, WILLIAM 16 25 27 28 31 40 42 42 KROMMINGA, ART 16 23 27 40 41 42 LAMBERT ALLAN 16 LEYTEM CAROL 16 22 so 31 32 33 38 39 4 LUBAVS, ANDRIS 16 27 MARDORF, FRED 16 MONK, ROSE 16 31 32 37 38 39 MORNING, CARL 16 23 25 27 28 40 41 NULL, JOAN 37 16 31 32 38 39 OHE, ROBERT 16 23 27 39 PAULSEN, DARREL 16 42 PICKETT, DOROTHY 16 33 34 38 39 41 PODHASKI JUDY 16 31 32 33 34 37 39 41 POSTEL, HELEN 16 31 32 33 34 37 39 41 REUTER, ETTA 16 33 RULEY, BETTY 16 38 39 RUNDLE, ROBERT 16 27 28 42 SCHAFER, DARRELL 16 27 31 SCHMIDT, JENE 16 25 27 37 SCHOON, BONITA 16 31 32 37 38 39 SERBOUSEK, LYNN 16 23 27 28 42 SKELLEY, ALAN 16 23 27 STADTMUELLER, DANIEL STADTMUELLER, MELVIN 16 42 STAHLBERG, RONALD 16 23 39 STEUR1, DONALD 16 42 TUETKEN, WALLACE 16 25 27 w1LcOx, ELEANOR 16 31 ao 32 33 34 37 37 1 38 39 41 r n -' -'Q . - I-I "-' 41 -K . 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