Morley Consolidated High School - Tigers Yearbook (Morley, IA)

 - Class of 1951

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GREENAWALD Mathematics and Social Studies, Superintendent and Girls' Coach Colleges-B.A. Degree-Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa M.A. Degree-University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa Hobby-Radio Pet Saying-HO.K.N Pet Peeve-People who say they NC-a-n-'tn when they UC-a-nn Favorite Pastime-Counting NT-h-o-u-s-afn-d S Billsu Clf he had any! MR. RIDOUT Commercial Subjects and Geometry, Principal and Boys' Coach Colleges-Ellsworth Junior College, Iowa Falls, Iowa B.A. Degree-Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Hobby-Correcting Mistakes Pet Saying-Let Nwell enoughu alone MISS AMENT English, History, French, and Music Instructor Colleges-Arts Degree-Georgetown Visitation Junior College, Washington D.C B.A. Degree-Loretto Hights College, Denver, Colorado Hobby-Collecting Bronze Horses , Pet Saying-nGet your F-e-e-t off of those chairs Pet Peeve-HGossipingH Favorite Pastime-Knitting and Horseback riding MRS. BARGER 6th, 7th, and 8th grade teacher Colleges-Iowa State Teachers College Dubuque University State University of Iowa Major-Science Hobby-Teaching Science Pet Saying-HMyy W-o-r-dn Pet Peeve-Going places on short notice Favorite Pastime-Listening to the radio and reading MRS. PILLARD 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade teacher Colleges-Cedar Falls College, Cedar Falls, Iowa Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Hobby-W-o-r-k Pet Saying-nThat's Good Worku Pet Peeve-NPupils that never know the assignmentn Favorite Pastime-Riding Horseback MISS MCANULTY Primary, lst, and 2nd grade teacher Colleges-Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Major-Primary Work Hobby-Don't have time for one Pet Saying-NCea-n-'tn Got stuck in the mud, HT-r-yn Pulled him out Pet Peeve-Someone telling me about a movie I'm going to see Favorite Pastime-Listening to the Radio 5. W..- -1 4- K Ll N I! fi F ' .'I-I-Llxgh Ali! 1 ' 5 17 .b -,gi ,J .J I'-ll. W ,rw-"iff fi nw N x ' . .-,--, -sv ' 5 V4lx-lvl' x .,,!" 1G' agf'f . 1-"W ' I o by 'Qu- I. .1 -. 1 rf- 1 " ny, I 1 A'- ',t ',,.,s .I-if N-,L -.. U. 'b?7-flu' X ,lf . 1 1.- i- JOYCE GERDES President . . . . . . . . . . 4 Treasurer ........ 1-2-3 Basketball . . 2-3-4 Glee Club . . . . . .4 Annual Staff . . . . 4 Plays NThe Big Surprisen NHobgoblin Housen NSenior Class Playn 1 nGenerally speaking and she's generally speakingn. RUTH MITCHELL President ....... . .3 Annual Staff . . . 4 Glee Club .... . .1-4 Plays NThe Big Surprisen NHobgoblin Houseu HSenior Class Playn HMarks not men have always been her goalu. JANET SEEGAR Secretary ....... . 3-4 Annual Staff. . ' . .4 Glee Club .... . .4 Plays nThe Big Surprisen nHobgob1in Housen NSenior Class Playn WA girl after her own heart, but rather a man weren. 7 LEONARD AUSTIN Vice-President . . Q . . . . Basketball . . . l-2-3 Baseball . . . . 1-2-3 Annual Staff . . . . . . Plays NThe Big Surprisen ..... HShe Couldn't Remembern . . nHobgoblin Housen ..,.. HSenior Class Playn .... NGod bless the man that invented sleepn. CLAYTON HOPPE President ......... 2 Vice-President .... . . 4 Student Council . . . ,4 Basketball . . . 1-2-3 Baseball . . . . l-2-3 Annual Staff , 1 . . . 4 Plays nThe Big Surprisen . . . . 3 UShe Couldn't Remembern . . .3 HHobgoblin Housen ...... 4 HSenior Class Playn ..... 4 Ulf the world was full of girls and I was the only boyn. LEE AUSTIN Vice-President . . . . . . . Annual Staff . . . . . . . . 3 Basketball . . . 1-2- Baseball . . . . . 1-2- Plays NThe Big Surprisen. . . 6 NHobgob1in Housen . . . . HShe Couldn't Rememberu , . nSenior Class Playn .... NLove them but don't leave themn. ' 8 3 Class Officers President ....,....... Joyce Gerdes Vice-President . . . Clayton Hoppe Secretary . . . . Janet Seeger Treasurer . . . ...... Leonard Austin Q CLASS MOTTO The Door To Success Is Labeled E252 CLASS FLOWER White Carnation-Green Fern CLASS COLORS Green And White 9 -. s w . ,,,, ' ", C .- Senior Class Prophecy In 1961, on May 22nd I boarded a Western Airlines DC-6 for Phoenix, Arizona. I was on my way to visit my husband who was stationed in the Air Force there. We had been married about ten years and I had spent most of that time traveling to wherever my husband was stationed. As I was sitting back comfortably in my seat knitting I heard a familiar laugh. I thought to myself I just can't be mistaken about that laugh. I'm sure it must be Ruth Mitchell. HI got up and looked around and sure enough there was Ruth just as cute as ever. That didn't come as much of a surprise but what did was, the handsome man sitting beside her, none other than Clayton Hoppe. I spoke saying, nHello, this is really a surprise, but a nice one. I'm so glad to see both of you. Please tell me all about yourselves.' Clayton said, HWell, Joyce, I guess you know I always did keep an eye on the girl who sat in front of me. After we graduated, we started going together and you can just about guess the rest from there on. But, there is someone you'll have to meet, she's coming up the aisle now. She's four years old and her name is Evelyn.H After I had chatted with them for awhile I went back to my seat to rest awhile before landing in Denver. It wasn't long before we landed and I got off the plane. I was told I would have to wait several hours before I could catch a plane to Phoenix. I decided to go into Denver and windowshop in order to pass the time. As I was walking down the street I chanced to bump into someone and upon looking up to make my apology, I was amazed to see standing in front of me Leonard Austin. We both exclaimed simultaneously. HLeonard.H NJoyce.H We opened our mouths again to say together, HWhat are you doing here?N It was I who got in the next few words, explaining to Len where I was going after which I said, NBut, I still haven't found out about you.H He replied, NI never have married, I guess the right girl just hasn't come along, or maybe the trouble is that I haven't settled in one place long enough to become that well acquainted with someone. I'm a salesman for the United Steel Company and I travel all over the United States. I enjoy it very much and am happy with my work.N Hwhat happened to your twin brother, Lee,H I asked. He said, N0h, I saw them just a few days ago. Lee is running a dairy farm in Wisconsin. Of course you knew that he married Janet Greenawald, but I don't suppose you ever found out that they have two sets of twins, twin girls six years old and twin boys two years old. They really have their hands full, but seem to love the children very much and get along themselves just as perfectly as they did when they went to school together. I surely am glad that I got to see you. I must be getting along now. nGoodbyeW NGoodbye,n I said, HI hope I see you again sometime.H I continued to stroll around in Denver's fine business districts until it was time for me to go back out to the airport. When I reached the airport, I went immediately to the plane which was in. The stewardess was helping people into the plane. When she turned toward me she gave a gasp of recognition. Janet Seeger said, NWhy, hello Joyce. I surely didn't-expect to see you. I haven't time to talk to you now, I'll come in and see you later.H I said HAll right,N and went to my seat 10 in the me and plane. When Janet found time she came over and sat down beside we talked of our school days and of how Janet had happened to become a stewardess. She had married Larry Williams who was the pilot of the plane. Larry had wanted her to be able to work with him so she went to school and became a stewardess. UI really love the work,N she exclaimed, Hand most of all I love being able to be with Larry all the time.N Finally she said she would have to leave as the plane would be landing soon and she had safety belts fastened. I I sat back in my seat had been. I had seen all found out all about him. out so well. to check and see that everyone had their wished her future happiness as we said goodbye and thought about what a wonderful trip this of my schoolmates except one and had even How lucky we are I thought to have all turned 11 Class History In the fall of 1939 twelve excited youngsters embarked together on a ' new adventure for they were entering first grade. The new class consisted of Leland Austin, Leonard Austin, Allen Free, Clayton Hoppe, Raymond Kaufman, Marlin Leatare, Richard Northrup, Earl Pillard, Janet Seeger, Junior i Sutherland, Melvin Tallman, and Richard Walderbach. Our teacher for the first year was Miss Rita Gibbs. Entering the second year we still had twelve on the roll, for as we lost Junior Sutherland and Melvin Tallman we gained Lester Oellrich and Althea Yeater. Our teacher for this year was Miss McMil1in. Our class number still stayed at twelve as we entered third grade under the guidance of Miss Ethel Johnson. We lost Richard Northrup. Shirley Siefken joined us. During the fourth year, we lost three but happily gained three classmates. Ethel Johnson was again our teacher this year. The class of 1951 entered the fifth grade with three less pupils, our roll read Leland Austin, Leonard Austin, Robert Eiben, Paul Eiben, Clayton Hoppe, Janet Seeger, Shirley Siefken, Richard Walderbach, and Althea Yeater. Our teacher was Mrs. Dorothy Gutherie. In the sixth grade Richard Walderbach and Althea Yeater moved away but we picked up Angelliec Ray during the year which made our number eight. Dorothy Gutherie was our teacher. Entering the seventh year our enrollment fell to six, for although James. Jensen moved back among us, Paul and Bob Eiben and Angelliec Ray moved away. Our teachers were Mrs. Dunlap, Miss Miller and Mr. Mervin Blanchard. As we progressed into the eighth grade, our number remained the same, for as James Jensen moved away and Joyce Gerdes moved in at the start of the second semester. Our teacher for the year was Mrs. Vera Ireland. ' The class of 1951 moved into high school feeling very grown-up and wise. Our teachers were Mr. Greenawald, Miss Miller, and Mr. Wright. We numbered eight and consisted of Leland Austin, Leonard Austin, Joyce Gerdes, Dorothy Hayes, Clayton Hoppe, Janet Seeger, Shirley Siefken, and Deloris Catlett. The same group entered the tenth grade except for the addition of Ruth Mitchell. The teachers for this year were Mr. Greenawald, Mrs. Peck, Miss Miller, and Mr. Whaley. . ' There was a drastic reduction in our class number when Delores Catlett, Dorothy Hayes and Shirley Siefken moved away. Our teachers for the eleventh and twelfth years were Mr. Greenawald, Mr. Ridout, and Miss Ament. The Sunny Six that remained intact through the eleventh and twelfth grades were Leland Austin, Leonard Austin, Clayton Hoppe, Janet Seeger, Joyce Gerdes and Ruth Mitchell. 12 Class Will of 1951, We, the class of 1951 of Morley Consolidated High School, of the County of Jones, and the State of Iowa, being of sound mind and body after four strenuous years, do hereby revoke all former wills, bequests and devices of form heretofore made by us. .- To Tommy Achenbach, Leonard Austin wills his height so that he will be the star forward on the basketball team. To Rose Marie Ortgies, Joyce Gerdes wills her make-up-kit. O. K. Rosie let's make as much use of it as Joyce did. To Kenneth Brokaw, Clayton Hoppe wills his butch so that he can look like Bing Crosby also. A A Janet Seeger wills her always ready answer book to Bob Hora. The Senior Class wills to the Juniors their perfect attendance record. To Kenneth Findley, Lee Austin wills his good behavior in literature class. Now let's not be too quiet. To Rosemary Shumaker, Joyce Gerdes wills her slimness. Clayton Hoppe wills to Duane Jurgensen his big ears. Now let's make as much use of them as Clayton did. To Ruthy Vernon, Ruth Mitchell wills her quietness. To Dale Findley, Lee Austin wills some of his weight. Try using Atlas' Muscle book. Janet Seeger wills her speed breaking typing record to Laurene Connor. To Lowell Nelson, Leonard Austin wills his morning beauty sleep, only try taking them on Saturday morning instead of school days. To Roxy Ruhl and Ruthy Vernon, Ruth Mitchell makes a leap year's advancement Joyce Gerdes wills to Janet Greenawald men from Mor lee not Manchester. To Mr. Greenawald the Senior Class wills for his biology Class new specimens that aren't canned. To Miss Ament the Senior Class wills the knowledge book of rules on where to park in Iowa City Cat the curb, not the middle of the street.J The Senior Class wills to Mr. Ridout a new bunch of excuse papers as he used up all he had on us this year. To the Junior Class the Seniors will their ability to get their plays out in the fall and not in the spring. 13 KX! 5' u QIUUX-q 11--al ' llfil K' ly tl DUANE JURGENSEN President , . . .... . . Vice-President , . . . . . . Basketball . . . . . 1-2 Baseball .... . . 1-2 Annual Staff . . . . . Plays nHobgoblin Housen . . . . HSenior Class Playn .... NThere's a good deal of mischief under his calm exterior.H ROBERT HORA President ......... Vice-President . . . . . . Basketball . . . . . l-2 Baseball .... . . l-2 Annual Staff . . . . . Plays - HHobgoblin House . . . . nSenior Class Play ..... uThe Big Surpriseu ...g. NDon't take life too serious you'll never get out of it aliven. . LARRY WILLIAMS Secretary ....... . Basketball . . .... . 2 Baseball .... . . Annual Staff . . . . . Plays nSenior Class Play ..... uSomebody had to be a lady's man.N 15 JANET GREENAWALD President ......oQ, l Treasurer .....,.oo. l Basketball . . . 1-2-3 Glee Club . . . . . .3 Annual Staff ..... . . 3 Plays nShe Couldn't Remembern. . . Z nHobgoblin Houseu ...oi . .3 HSenior Class Play . .-. . . 3 NThe greatest pleasure in life is loveu. ROXANNA RUHL Treasurer . . . . . . . . .l-2 Basketball ...,, ,. . l-2-3 Glee Club. . . . , , 3 Annual Staff ..,.. . . 3 Plays HShe Couldn't Remembern . . .2 nHobgoblin Housen ...o.. 3 HSenior Class Playn ..... 3 NShe's thinking of being a telephone operatorn. RUTH VERNON Vice-President . . ... . . .3 Secretary . . L .... 2 Basketball . . . . 1-2-3 Glee Club .... . . . 3 Annual Staff . . . . 3 Plays HHobgoblin Housen ..... . 3 HShe Couldn't Remembern . . .3 HSenior Class Playu . . . .3 Hwho will be next?H I A16 x Class Ufficers President ..... .... Duane Jurgensen Vice-President . . .Ruth Vernon Secretary . . . . Larry Williams Treasurer . .... . . Janet Greenawald CLASS MOTTO Aim At Something, You Might Hit It CLASS FLOWER Yellow Rose CLASS COLORS Pink And Aqua 17 EVELYN FINDLEY President . . . Student Council Basketball . . Glee Club . . . I O O O I C 2 . . . . . .2 . . . 1-2 2 Nwith an eye out for business in the Senior Classn. HARLENE TALLMAN Basketball ........ Glee Club ........ NThe smallest speck can be seen in the snow.H ROSEMARY SHUMAKER Treasurer. . . Glee Club . . . O C I O O O I 2 . . . . . Q .2 , HHow can I be silent?N MARJORIE MITCHELL Glee Club . Q . . . . . . . NHer stride is her priden. WAYNE VERNON I Vice-President Secretary . . . Basketball . . Baseball . . . 0 O I I O I O 1 . . . . .2 o s Q o 0 0 o 0 s s NKnows a lot but can't think of it.n 18 LAURENE common ' Glee Club . . . . . . . . 2 Nquiet, but sturdyn KENNETH FINDLEY Basketball . . . .... . 1 2 NShy and bashful but usefuln ROSE MARIE ORTGIES President ......... l Basketball ........ 1-2 Glee Club .......... 2 Student Council ....... 2 NDoes things with a lot of noisen. SHIRLEY HANSEN Secretary . . . . . . . . Basketball ..... . . . 1 2 DQOOO I O C I WShe looks so timid, but oh when you get to know heru. ALLEN ACHENBACH Treasurer ......... 1 Basketball .... . . . . l-2 Baseball ......... 1-2 NA little man of mighty mindk. 19 Class Officers President . . . Evelyn Findley Vice-President . . . Wayne Vernon Secretary .. . Shirley Hansen Treasurer . . ...... Rosemary Shumaker CLASS MOTTO Our School Is Our Pride CLASS FLOWER Pink Carnation CLASS CCLORS Aqua And Pink Z0 KENNETH BROKAW Vice-President ..... . 1 Baseball .......... 1 ' Basketball ......... 1 nYou can manufacture blondes, but red hair comes naturaln. DALE FINDLEY Basketball . . . . . . . . l Baseball . . . . . . . . . 1 nShy as a squirrel and wayward as a swallown. LOWELL NELSON Baseball .......... l Basketball ......... 1 WTO be heard above the Urabblen is promisingn. ' A CHARLENE HOLDRENn Glee Club .......... 1 NYou may be better than I, but I don't believe itn. CAROL PULVER Treasurer ....... . l Glee Club ...., . 1 NSeen and un heardn. Z1 NANCY HOPPE Basketball ...... . . 1, Glee Club .......... 1 Student Council ....... 1 NThere are two sides to the question--my side and the wrong siden. KENNETH DAUB Baseball ......... 1 Plays NHobgob1in Houseu . Nldeas are like beards, for men do not have them until they grow upn. ' , MARVIN MARSH Basketball ......... 1 Baseball .......... 1 NDeve1oping an eye for the fair sexn. CAROL ELDRED Presldent ... . . . . . . 1 Basketball ..... . . . . 1 Glee Club . ..... . . . .1 tNBashfu1ness is an ornament to youthn. KATHLEEN HAY Secretary ...... 1 Basketball ......... ll Glee Club .......... 1 NMy grades are getting Lowfellbn. ZZ Class Officers President . . . . .Carol Eldred Vice-President . . Kenneth Brokaw Secretary . . . . Kathleen Hay Treasurer . ...... . Carol Pulver CLASS MOTTO Make Our Best Better CLASS FLOWER Pink Carnation CLASS COLORS Green And White Z3 ff? N4--..l..!.lr' Q- V' -. GIRLS' BASKETBALL Tlll RECEIVING SECTIONAL TROPHY. GIRLS' BASKETBALL GATHBRING STUDENT COUNCIL: Left to Right Evelyn Findley - President Rose larie Ortgies - Secretary Clayton Hoppe - Vice-President Nancy Hoppe - Reporter Duane Jurgensen - Treasurer School Activities The Sophomore class was host to an initiation party on September 15th. After the Freshmen had been Htaken care ofn, dancing and refreshments were enjoyed by all. At Christmas time the Student Council sponsored a Christmas dance. Refresh- ments were served afterwards. A Christmas program was given by the grade children and a few of the high school students, on the afternoon of December 22nd for the parents and community. Each room held a party and opened their gifts. All of the service men who had attended Morley school received a box of candy for Christmas. This project was carried out by the teachers who made the candy and sent it to them. Letters of thanks have been received from all of the service men. The Morley school participated in a magazine campaign sponsored by Crowell-Collier Publications and directed by Bob Rush of Cedar Rapids. Clayton Hoppe was chosen as local campaign manager. Chairman for the various classes were as follows: Janet Seeger, Senior, Larry Williams, Junior, Shirley Hansen, Sophomore, Kathleen Hay, Freshman, Dorothy Baute, Junior High. During the campaign 3259.50 magazines were sold of which the school's share was 395.15 High salesman for the campaign was Janet Siver, Eighth grade. The money raised was placed in the Athletic fund. The girls' basketball team took a trip to Meservey, Iowa, on December 16th where they played that team. After the game refreshments were served to the girls at the school. Then they went home with different girls from Meservey to spend the night. The girls had a very nice. time. S iOn December 14th, three of our Morley students gave speeches on Tuberculosis and Heart Disease over radio station WSUI in Iowa City. The students were Joyce Gerdes, Ruth Mitchell and Marjorie Mitchell. The students of Morley were entertained by a Magician and Ventriloquist, also by Dwight L. Wood, Baritone and his wife, Pianist, in November. Four Morley girls enterd the lsaac Walton Conservation Essay Contest. They were Kathleen Hay, Carol Eldred, Carol Pulver and Nancy Hoppe. Carol Pulver placed 3rd and won a flash bulb camera. The grade students also sent in many scrap books. Rita Russell placed lst with hers and won a wrist watch. A Declamatory contest was held this year with eight students competing. V Joyce Gerdes was winner of the dramatic division, Evelyn Findley was winner of the humorous division, and Carol Pulver was the winner of the oratorical division. These three girls went to Monticello where they competed with pupils from four other schools. Evelyn won a second division rating, while Joyce and Carol each won a third division rating. Most of the American Literature class went to Olin to see the movie HHamletH. It was enjoyed by those who attended. The girls' basketball team was given a turkey supper on February 21st at the Quality Cafe in Anamosa for winning the County Tournament. Their host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Behnke. On February 7, Louis Lemke, Game Warden, visited Morley school and gave a speech on HWild Life and Soil Conservation.H He also showed the students a film Z8 in connection with his topic. The Morley Girls'-Basketball team attended the Lowden and Coggon game at the Coe Gym in Cedar Rapids. The Boys' Basketball team attended the Solon and Marion games at the University Fieldhouse in Iowa City. The Junior and Senior Classes presented UHobgoblin Houseu on March 30th. Morley was selected to have the Girls' Sectional Tournament. Everyone helped make signs, sell food, sweep floors and other things. It was a very successful tournament. The programs were printed through the courtesy of the typing class. The Senior class attended a Journalism Convention at Des Moines in October. During their stay there, they went to a football game and heard several interesting speakers. On the way home they stopped at the Amanas for a NSteak Supperu. The Inter-Class Tournament was held March 20, 21, and 22. The Sophomore class was the winner. Half-time entertainment was furnished by the lower grades and many future ball-players were discovered. The grade children did their bit for the year by putting on an operetta. The Girls' Glee Club, comprised of the high school girls and directed by Miss Ament, sang two selections at the Christmas program. They also entered the Music Contest. 29 Alrrua Acmsrmncn ' Aucusr srsrxnu BUS DRIVERS LAURA SYITZBR LLOYD SIEFKEN FRANCES SUITE 2 COOKS IRS. SIITZER AND IRS. PARKS SCHOOL BOARD This picture was taken when the Morley School Board gather- ed to paint the shower and lock- er rooms prior to the girls' Sectional Tournament. They are left to right: Lewis Vernon, Delmer Findley, Fred Austin, Russel Eldred, Chester Holcomb. 30 1 J' eg SE F ar 'if is WINDY? JANET GREEN FROSH! WHAT'S S0 FUNNY? LOOK!!! TONI? RUTH LOOK! N0 HAND AREN'T WE SWEET! LOOK AT THE BIRDIE! L .ESX Q . 'Swksilxil X! ,mf ,ex :Q XS-SNQQXQQ IIDGET REMEMBER THE SNAKE? OH! ALWAYS CLOWNING HANDSOI : IUST BE INTERESTING RUTH 32 POSING FIELDER! WOW! TAKING PICTURES GIRLS? T00 SUNNY, SHIRLEY? GIGGLES GIRLS SOPHOIORE BEAUTIES! FRESHHAN FAD! PLAID! WHY SO SAD BOYS?' wno's mmm: mo? 33 SQUIRRELS IN THE TREES! THE LITTLE ONES PRAYING? LARRY ff V Morley Girls' Basketball Team TOP ROW: Left to Right: Nancy Hoppe, Rose Marie Ortgies, Evelyn Findley Roxanna Ruhl, Janet Greenavald, Ruth Vernon, Shirley Hansen, Carol Eldred, Harlene Tallman. BOTTOM ROW: Kathleen Hay, Margo Ruhl, Marilyn Hoppe. O , O Gzrls Flrst Team This picture was taken during the Jones County Tournament at Olin. Morley Consolidated School GIRLS' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1950-1951 Morley Bennett 24 Morley --Lisbon 27 Morley Wyoming 39 Morley --Meservey 55 Morley Lost Nation 52 Morley --Viola 51 Morley Lowden 63 Morley --Onslow 25 lorley Martelle 15 Morley --Stanwood 57 Morley St. Martins 52 Morley --Sacred Heart 63 Morley Solon 39 Morley St. Marys 42 Morley Coggon 35 Morley --Mechanicsville 26 Morley Oxford Junction 34 Morley --Solon 66 Morley Sacred Heart 50 Morley Alburnette 51 Morley Onslow 30 Morley Bennett 19 Morley Wyoming 35 Morley Martelle 14 Morley Viola 32 Morley Ebys'-Cedar Rapids 61 COUNTY SECTIONAL Morley 56--Onslow 39 Morley Wyoming 31 Morley 67--Sacred Heart 53 Morley Mechanicsville 31 Morley 47--Olin 37 Morley Lowden 58 Morley Monmouth 39 GIRLS' BASKETBALL SCORING Player Fouls Points Gerdes, Joyce 54 6 Vernon, Ruth 72 566 Greenawald, Janet 53 789 Ruhl, Roxy 60 398 Ortgies, Rosy 112 107 Findley, Evelyn 88 2 Hansen, Shirley 75 I 27 Tallman, Harlene 15 37 Hay, Kathleen 6 2 Eldred, Carol 10 Hoppe, Nancy 39 Hoppe, Marilyn 4 23 SEASON'S RECORD Won 26 Lost 7 36 Morle Boys' Basketball Team TOP ROW: Left to Right: Dale Findley, Lovell Nelson, Ks-nneth Brokaw, Larry Williams, llarvin llarsh, Allen Achmfuach. BOTTOM ROW: Coach lr. Ridout, Kenneth Findlay, D: :me Jurgensen, Wayne Vernon, Leonard Austin, Leland Austin, Bob Bora. I 1 HORLEY BOYS IN ACTION' AT IARTELLE 37 Oxford Jct. Coggon Martelle Lowden Bennett Onslow Viola Boys' Basketball of 1950-1951 St. Mary's Cascade Mechanicsville Solon St. Martins Cascade Lost Nation Anamosa 64. . Onslow 41 . . . Hopkinton 40 . Buck Creek 39 . Van Horne 60 . Players Austin, Lee Hora, Bob Findley, Ken Jurgensen, Duane Austin, Leonard Vernon, Wayne Williams, Larry Hoppe, Clayton Marsh, Marvin Nelson, Lowell Findley, Dale Brokaw, Kenneth Achenbach, Tom GAMES PLAYED 27 - 30 Wyoming 40 - 43 Sacred Heart 35 - 42 Wyoming 39 - 43 Springville 37 - 58 Viola 27 - 37 Onslow 37 - 65 Sacred Heart 30 - 54 Stanwood 38 - 48 Solon 46 - 37 Alburnette 48 - 36 Bennett 53 - 32 Martelle COUNTY TOURNAMENT I 0 o o o a c 6 SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT 0 0 0 I l 0 I O 9 O D C O 0 I 0 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT 0 0 Won 14 Lost 15 BOYS' BASKETBALL STATISTICS Total Points 15 67 211 184 148 85 4 9 3 0 0 1 Free Throws E8.ae"M1SSea 92 94 7 7 15 27 39 71 39 50 21 32 9 15 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 O 0 0 1 1 38 46 - 53 - 31 - 62 - 59 - 34 - 43 - 47 - 57 - 41 - 41 - 21 - Morley Morley Morley Morley Morley Fouls 72 10 21 77 66 52 21 2 Players Leonard Austin Leland Austin Clayton Hoppe Bob Hora Allen Achenbach Duane Jurgensen Wayne Vernon Lowell Nelson Alvin Achenbach Kenneth Brokaw Marvin Marsh Kenneth Daub FALL BASEBALL OF 1950 Position A Pitcher Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Short Stop Left Field Center Field Right Field Utility Utility Utility SEASON'S RECORD Won 4, Lost 5 They Martelle . . . ."3' . . . . Solon . . . . 5 Martelle . . . . 13 Springville . . 5 Onslow ....... . .3 St. Martins Cascade . . . . 2 Oxford Junction . . . .15 Springville . . 8 Solon . . . . .3 39 Batting Average .296 .344 .121 .233 .038 .219 .303 .049 .131 .200 .000 .000 'Ki "?x' - X X 'Tw 1 li-ll. NP-in , WN' -5 w.J!,L Y -- ig . 7' ' iQ Gqufog 'mpg cqufog zapfia .1315 A .Lan-. WA LSWORTH Lilllognphod In Bound by 'll-SYOHTH BROTHERS lucolmn. lo.. U. S. A. rl 57 Q ,KN 4:ii, l+gf, fi-. 5 s ,W- NW I Z, i v F E E E Q1 E . 4 S I 5 R n if 3 L? J:8QH'RBiiX' 2iH'95h'r1iKl.!viMiQlSBi'1.L?f!Hil k ' ' " 99913 ' , fk vilmi ' ' ' ' I?" MORLEY LUMBER gn GRAIN CO TELEPHONE 4-F-40 COAL - GRAIN CARGILL FEED - SARGENT FEED" SEMI-SOLID BUTTERMILK - DE LAVAL EQUIPMENT POULTRY AND HOG EQUIPMENT LUMBER - MILLWORK - HARDWARE - PAINT ALL THE BUILDERS' NEEDS SEE US IF YOU PLAN TO BUILD OR REMODEL "BRED RIGHT - HATCHED RIGHT - PRICED RIGHT" Nicoll Hatchery FEED AND PRODUCE PHONE 134 MECHANICSVILLE, IOWA C. M. WICKHAM, PRESIDENT Farmers Co-op. Elevator GRAINS - SEED FEEDS - SOYBEAN PROCESSING PHONE 146 MARTELLE, IOWA Farmers Savings Bank CAPITAL 825,000.00 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 365,000.00 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION E. C. GOTSCH, PRESIDENT C. L. MURFIELD, VICE-PRESIDENT GUY C. MARTIN, CASHIER MARTELLE, IOWA COMPLIMENTS OF Aclolph W. Ahrens PHONE 230 MECHANICSVILLE IOWA AMENT'S DRY GOODS Ladies' Ready-to-Wear - Millinery - Infant Wear Blankets - Draperies - Gift Items Phone 321 Q I q Anamosa, Iowa N THE NOOK P Sandwiches - Candy - Malts - Borden's Ice Cream Phone 78 Open '10 a. m.Til1 2 a. m. Anamosa, Iowa -in ., .. . ,,...-........i...iH I , M- - - Read the ANAMOSA JOURNAL Every Week ' For News of the School and Tigers and News of Folks in the Morley Community DUANE 'SMITH Local and Long Distance Trucking Phone Morley - Mgrley, Iowa 1 3 i 1 1 l GOETTSCH FUNERAL HOME Phone 368 Anamosa, Iowa Formerly Smykil Home for Funerals MICHELS GARAGE Quality Parts and Workmanship Accessories - Battery Charging - Motor Tune-up - Welding I Southwind Heater Repair - - 24 Hour Wrecker Service Phone 46 Anamosa, Iowa ANAMOSA LIVESTOCK AUCTION Sale Every Saturday at 11 O'Clock We Buy Market Hogs Daily It is to your Advantage to get Our Prices Before. You Sell D. E. Brickley and Son V Phone 403 Anamosa, Iowa Residence 399 GORDON IMPLEMENT STORE McCormick-Deering Tractors and Machines - International Trucks Refrigerators and Freezers Phone 25 Anamosa, Iowa CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK Anamosa, Iowa Deposits Guaranteed 510,000 for Each Depositor Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation MAE AMELIA'S Come in and Look Around - You're Always Welcome I have a Complete Line of Quality Jewelry and the Latest in Gifts Phone 33 . Anamosa, Iowa COAST-TO-COAST STORES Hardware - Auto Supplies - Paints - Hardware Roger and Gertrude Waterfield, Owners Phone 145 Anamosa, Iowa a O'BRlNE'S MOTORS Sales F O R D Service Phone 123 Anamosa, Iowa 1 Rifles - Shotguns - Pistols - Scopes - Cases - Ammunition Repair Service on Guns and Fishing Reels THE GUN sl-lop i Thos. Stimpson, Owner Phone 650-W Anamosa, Iowa Residence 483 ,, ., . ,, Yu., ..., ,. , I - ANAMOSA HARDWARE Hoover - Maytag - Frigidaire - Surge - Coleman Hardware - Plumbing - Heating 209 West Main F Phone 160 Anamosa, Iowa i ii .., QUALITY CAFE Fountain Service - Regular Meals - Short Orders Homemade Pastries Phone 35 Anamosa, Iowa l , G A M B L E S Everything for the Home Sporting Goods - Hardware A. Marek I. . Hovet, Owner F H. Taber Anamosa, Iowa I i ALBAUGH STUDIO Portraits with Personality Phone 115 Mechanicsville, Iowa Compliments of READ'S TAVERN 81 LUNCH Morley, Iowa Compliments of ARTIE'S D-X STATION Gas - Oil - Tires - Accessories and Tire Repairing Morley, Iowa Compliments of TYLER 81 DOWNING Meats - Groceries - Vegetables - Fruits Phone 103-04 We Deliver Anamosa, Iowa ANAMOSA CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. 'Manufacturers and Builders Concrete Stave Structures - Silo - Water Tanks - Well Pits Septic Tanks L. L. 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