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

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I , In appreciation to our three high chool teachers, Mr. Greenawald, Mr. Ridout, and Mrs. Russell for their help in the classroom, ln athletics, and extra curricular activities we, the Seniors, dedicate this annual. 2 A f Q 3 iz' 2-21 J -, , H W X " ' 11 V Wi Q ,Q 'Q 'E E -' , ' o , -t . ,f ,, ' , 5 5. :Aff W 5 ,.,,.,.,,,, K " Y Ili ':. .fi f f fn' 53 ' 4 '22, ' 4,53 ,zjmf .fi .,., A 3 ,, W4 f -vp,--at ,k,, . . , ,M gli: gg in ' fi, gi M "fi , 70, ' 75231 ' X if 1, L '4-4 ff-"' '25 N ,.,,,...,, 35, ':3:, . .. W ylx X 'Q jf ,Ea X ,. , ,. fi? ' fs' 4 1 . NN wwf Administrators L. D. GRE ENAWALD Bookkeeping Algebra Science World History Economics Am. Government Girls' Athletics C. N. RIDOUT Shorthand Am. History Geometry 'lth A 8th Arithmetic Tynine Boys' Athlelics AMBE R BARGE R 8th, 7th, In 8th Grades WILHA RUSSELL English I and II Am. Literature Speech Music Dramaties EVELYN GREENAWALD 3rd, 4th, A 5th Grades ELSIE MacANULTY Primary, lst, Cz 2nd Grades 4 Y, rx ROXY RUHL President ---------------- ----- 4 Treasurer ---- - ----- I-2 Basketball ---- -- 1-2-3-4 Glee Club ----- Ammusun ------------ Plays "She Couldn't Remember"-U Uliobgoblln House" ------- "G:-a.ndad Steps Out" ---- "Sears and Roberg" RUTH VERNON Vice President - -------- -- Secretary --------------- - Student Council, President --- a ---- 1-2 --------- 4 Basketball ----------------- - I -2 -3 -4 Glee Club --------------------- - 3-4 Annual Staff ------ - ----- Plays "She Cou1dn't Remember" "Hobgoblin House" - ------ - "G:-andad Steps Out" ---- "Just another Iurgikln ------- a-4 ---- s-4 2 ---- a ---- 4 ----- s-4 ---2 --- a ------4 JANET GREENAWALD President ---- ----- -------- ----- - - 1 Treasurer --- ------- - 3-4 Basketball --- ---- 1-2-3-4 Glee Club --- ---- -- 3-4 Annual Staff - ----------- ----- S -4 Plays "She Couldn't Remember" -- --- 2 Ullobgoblln House" ------- ------ - - 3 I-Gramm steps 0ut" ------------ -- 4 "There's a Ford 'and an Austin' ln future" 8 her BOB HORA Vice President ----- Secretary ------- Basketball ----- Baseball ----- Annual Stall ---- Glee Club ------- Plays LUCILLE YARRINGTON Basketball ------------------------ 2 Plays "Her Step Husband" ----- ----- "The Real Mr. McCoy" -- ---- "Brldes to Burn" --------- ---- 2 3 8 Glee Club ------------------ ---- 2 "Her level best, nothlng less" Plays 'I Hliobgoblln House"- ---- - - "The Big Surprlse"--- ------- President ------- ------- - ----- - 2 ------ 1 ------4 1-z-s-4 1-z-s-4 ------- a-4 ------- 4 --- a -------3 "G:-andad Steps Out" -------- - ------ 4 "lk-. American Fu-mer of Tomorrow" DUANE JURGENSBN President -------------------------- 3 Vice President --- --- 2-8 Student Council ----- ------- 3 Basketball -------- ---1-I-3-4 Baseball --------- --- 1-2-3-4 Annual Stal! ---- ------ 3 -4 Glee Club -------- ----- 4 "Hobgoblln House" ----------------- 3 "G:-andnd Steps Out" ---------------- 4 "The Captaln lust go down with his ship" CLASS OFFICERS President ----------- ----- - -- Vice President ---- --- Secretary ---- -- --- - Treasurer --- ---- CLASS MOTTO Roxanna Ruhl Duane Jurgensen Robert Hora Janet Greenawald Mm at samethlng: You might hit III CLASS FLOWER Pink Rose CLASS COLORS Pink 61 Aqua 8 Class History In September of 1940 Miss Lucille McMu1lln was greeted with 15 shining faces. They were Kenneth Guthrie, Robert Hora, Duane Iurgensen, Bernard Knight, Gerald Oellslch, Carlene Smlth, James Shankland, Alton Sproston, Roxanna Ruhl, Audrey Topping, Ruth Arlene Vernon, Phyllis Walderbach, Betty Kula, Larry Jones, and Kenneth Flndley. During the year we lost Bernard Knight, and Alton Sproston, who moved away and Audrey Topping because of illness. Shortly after we entered second grade we lost Gerald Oellstch and Betty Kula, but regained Alton Sproston so at the end of the year our class totaled 9, our teacher for second grade was Miss Poshobradsky. In third grade our teacher was Ethel Johnson and our number increased to 12 as we gained Betty McCammet, Marcella Nisson, and Clifford Wood. Frances Windsor Smith guided ll students through 4th grade as we lost Betty McCa.mmet. Our teacher for 5th grade was Mrs. Dorthy Guthrie. During the year we lost Marcella Nisson, Larry Jones, Kenneth Findley, Darlene Smith, Phyllls Walderbach, and Clifford Wood. We were joined by Ernest and Leland Thomas, so at the end of the year we were seven strong. The class included Kenneth Guthrie, Robert Hora, Leland Thomas, Ernest Thomas, Duane Jurgensen, Ruth Vernon, and Roxanna Ruhl. Durlng the sixth grade we gained Robert Houstman but lost Kenneth Guthrie. Our teacher was Mrs. Barger. In seventh grade we were joined by Allen Howard Klinetop. Our teacher was Mrs. Ireland. Janet Greenawald and Richard Miller were the new aomers. In eighth grade Howard Kltnetop moved away. Our teacher was Mrs. Ireland. During our Freshman year we added Larry Williams and Roy Pearson. Leland Thomas left us. Our teachers were Mr. Greenawald and Mr . Peck. In our Sophomore year we added Pierre Gombert and lost Roy Pearson and Ernest Thomas The faculty was Mr. Greenawald, Mr. Ridout and Miss Ament. 9 Our Junior class consisted of Ruth Vernon, Roxanna Ruhl, Janet Greenawald, Larry Williams, Robert Hora, and Duane Jurgensen. The faculty remained the same. As we entered the last lap oi our high school, we lost Larry Williams and gained Lucille Yarrlngton. Our teachers were Mr. Greenawald, Mr. Rldout, and Mrs. Russell. Class Will We, the class of 1952 of Morley Consolidated High School, of the County of Jones, and the State of Iowa, being of sound mlnd and body after four strenuous years, do hereby revoke all former wills, bequests and devices of form heretofore made by us. Ruthie Vernon wills her ability to drive "Chevle" cars, to Kathy Hay, so she can drive "Chevle trucks". Roxy Ruhl wills her ability to think up "cages" nick-names, to Shirley Hansen. Let's see you make up as good nick-names as Roxy can, Shirley. Duane Iurgensen wills his ability to play "captain of his ship" to Kenny Brokaw. Now Kenny, let's make plenty of noise. To Laurence Connor, Janet Greenawald wills her ability to wink at a certain Freshman. Bob Hora wills his ability to sell greeting cards and pan-cake supper tickets at the same time, to Kenny Flndley. Now Ken let's make a lot of money for the class. To Janet Slver, Roxy Ruhl wills her ablllty to read Government. Now Janet the word is 'splteful" not spltful"! Bob Hora and Duane Jurgensen will their ability to "liven up" play practices, to Dale Flndley and Keith Vernon. Now Dale and Kelth, don't act up too much! Ruthie Vernon wills her ability to hide in home economics cupboards, to Charleen Holdren, to use next year when hiding form the home economics teacher. To Clara Plllard, Janet Greenawald wills her boldness about asking what television station ls on! Now Clara don't be afraid to ask. 10 Janet Greenawald and Roxy Ruhl wlll thelr ablllty to go to church on Wednesday night, to Junior Gerdes and Lonnle Hlndrlchsen. The Senlor Class wills their ablllty to get along together so well, to the other high school classes. To the Junior class the Senlors will their ablllty to have such interesting class meetings. Let's have a few good jokes! No feet on the desks, pleasell Roxy Ruhl wllls to Carol Eldred her "back-scratcher", so she won't have to borrow someone elses fingernails. The Senlor class wills to Rosle Austin a great blg garden, so Rosle won't have to put lt ln when she's so busy with her school work. Ruth Vernon wills to Evelyn I-'lndley her ablllty to keep "shifts" from rattling ln cars. Now Eve, hold lt tight, so lt won't make a blt of noise. The Senior class wllls to Mr. Rldout an electric sult, that will keep hlm warm durlng cold baseball games. Also a new model tractor, so he won't have to turn his head, and as a result suffer wlth a stllf neck. To Mrs. Russell the Seniors will some new stage properties, so she won't have to worry about furniture for her plays. To Mr. Greenawald the senlors will a secretary, so he won't have to do all ol his own typing and correspondence. Last but not least, the Seniors will to Gene Smith, our janitor the ablllty to be "on the job" the morning after, the night before. We leave this will wlth Roxy Ruhl, to be guarded closely by their horse --, I mean dog, Dob I Class Prophecy May 12, 1957, started out as a usual day. When I got back from lunch! noticed that the lawyer I worked for, Mr. Jones, had an appointment at 1:30 wlth a llr.' Jurgensen. That name sounded famlllar. Just then in walked Mr. Jurgensen and I instantly recognized hlm. "Why, Jurg", I said, "what are you doing here?" He said "Bl", and then told me his story. You remember all the letters Iurg got ln hls Senior year about a rug cleaning machine. It seems Jurg really bought one and had quite a buslness. Last week though, his machine broke and ruined one of his cllents rugs and she was suing hlm. 11 16 That afternoon Mr. Jones became ill and was taken to the hospital. He had some important letters he wanted to dictate so I went over to the hospital to take them. Whom should I meet whenl first walked ln the door but Janet Greenawald, or maybe I should say Doctor Greenawald She agreed to meet me at dinner that night to reminls old times. When we met that night Janet told me that she had llked nursing so well she decided to go further with her schooling and become a doctor. She still had three years of school left and was just an assistant to another doctor right now. When I ask her where Ruth Vernon was, Janet replied, "Why dldn't you know that Ruth got married?" "No," I sald, "who to"? "She married the Superintendent of the Morley High School, Larry Williams, who was In school with us up to our Iuntor year. Ruth ls teaching the primary, first and second grades there. " f'What are your plans for the future J'anet"? I asked. "Do you plan on marriage soon"7 "No," said Janet, "I have decided to make the medical profession my career and I'm not going to get married for ten or fifteen years at least. "What ls Lucille Yarrtngton dolng"? I asked. "Well the school has grown so at Morley that Lucille was hired as office girl. She files, takes dlctstlon and does other odd jobs around the school". replied Janet. "Do you know what Bob Hora ls dolng"? Janet asked me. "Yes," I answered, "Bob was always quite speedy in shorthand and when he got out of school he took more training and is now a court reporter at the courthouse. I see him quite often as I go to the courthouse during Mr. Jones trials and take notes. Janet and I continued talking about school days until the manager of the restaurant finally asked us if we wouldn't leave as they would like to close. 12 la QW' zfu Z7 ,Z,. , il! S fs X .. 'A 5:--E: X X 'A 1' ""' :gh L I -"IIEJ:,.,,A U R"'jt,..A f 4 ., ' QA-' 4 ,,.Q ' '-'-"' "" fssg .5 , , Q "' - f 7535? ' I " fiiiif ww 5 W 752252 Rf' if . m ff ' is . YM, . ' ,f ff W 1.-255' Xxx - . f iii? X. , '.':'15f3::,-' n. l 1' -X, '55 Q f 'Z Xfhgivf. ,,- , -. ,.,. 255 fb .SQA A M .,.. 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Juniors CLASS OFFICERS President -------------------- Rosemary Shumaker Vice President ---- --- Earlene Tillman Secretary ------ --- Laurens Conner Treasurer ------------------- Evelyn Flndley CLASS M0'1'l'O "Our School ls Our Pride" CLASS FLOWER Pink Carnation CLASS COLORS Aqua and Pink 14 SHIRLEY HANSEN Secretary ------ ----------------- '----- 2 Basketball ------- - 1-2-3 Student Council --- ------ 3 Glee Club --------------- ----- 2 -8 Plays: Margie and "The Wolf Man" ------------------------------- -- 3 "She believes ln honest Abe" KENNETH FINDLEY Basketball ---- --------------------- 1 -2-3 Glee Club --------------- ------ 3 Plays: Margie and "The Wolf Man" ------------------ ---- 3 "G:-andnd Steps Out" --------------------------- ----- 3 Just call him "Speed" LARENE CQNNER Secretary --- ---- - ------------ ----- 3 Glee Club ---------------- ---- 2 -8 Plays: Margie and "The Wolf Man" ------------------------------- ----- 3 "Shy and bnshfull but useful" ROSE MARIE AUSTIN President ------ ---------------------- - -- l Student Council -- --- 2-3 Basketball ------ 1-2-8 Glee Club ---------------- --- 2-8 Plays: Margie and 'The Wolf Man" "Mrs. Housekeepern of 1952 15 --- ---- a WAYNE VERNON Vice President -- ----------------- -- Secretary ------ Glee Club --- Basketball --- Baseball ----------------- Plays: Margie and "The Wolf Man" ---- - -------------- ---------- "Gr-andad Steps Out" ------------------- - ---------------------- D "Champion snowball pitcher of the Winter' HARLENE TALLMAN Vlce President ---- --------------------- Basketball ------ Glee Club ------------ J- - - Plays: Margie and "The Wolf Man" -------- - ---------- ----------- - -- ' 'Grandad Steps Out" ---------- -- -------------------- ------- - - How do you get in Shorty, "on your looks" EVELYN FINDLEY President --------- - ---- - Student Council --- Basketball ------ Glee Club ---------------- Plays: Margie and "The Wolf Man" -------------------------------- "Gra.ndad Steps Out" ---------------------------------------- "She likes to dust basketball floors" ROSEMARY SHUMAKER President --- ---------------------- ---- Treasurer --- Glee Club --------------- Plays: Margie and "The Wolf Man" ----------------- ----- - -------- - -- "It's better to blow it than let lt drip" 16 Sophomores CLASS OFFICERS President --------------------- Kathleen Hay Vice President --- ----- Carol Pulver Secretary ---- ---- C arol Eldred Treasurer -------------------- lllrvin lllrsh CLASS MOTTO "Make Our Best Better" CLASS FLOWER Pink Carnation CLASS COLORS Green and White 17 Vice President ---- Treasurer ------ Glee Club ---- - Student Councll ---- Glee Club ------- CAROL PULVER "She is in all things faithful" NANCY HOPPE Basketball ---- ----------------------- "She likes Tall-man" KENNETH DAUB Glee Club --- ------------- ---- Baseball ----- Basketball ------ Plays: "I-Iobgoblin House" ---- ---- ----------------------- - -- ulhrgle and the Wolf Man" ---- -- -------------------------- ' "Too bad she moved tq Olin" MARVIN MARSH Glee Club --- Treasurer ---- Basketball ---- Baseball ---- President --- Secretary --- Basketball --- Glee Club -- "The boy with blue eyes and a sunny smile" CAROL ELDRED "Her stride ls her pride" 18 X Vice President ---- Glee Club ------ Baseball ----- KENNETH BROKAW Basketball --------------- Plays: "Margie and the Wal! "Grandad Steps Out" Student Council --- Baseball ------- Basketball ---- Glee Club ---- Glee Club ---- Baseball ----- Basketball --------- Plays: "G:-andad Steps Out" Glee Club ---- Presldent ---- Secretary ---- Basketball ---- Glee Club -- ----- gmn -----.----------..---------.------ "We've been ln here now, let's go." DALE FINDLEY "An eye for interest ln the Bth grade" LOWELL NELSON Hx-K-xamyv CHARLENE HOLDREN "Kate Smith of the Sophomore Class" KATHLEEN HAY "Lowell's the apple of my eye" 19 Freshmen CLASS OFFICERS President --------------------- Janet Siver Vice President ---- --- Sandra Joslin Secretary ----- --- Allen Eden Treasurer --- --- Keith Vernon CLASS MOTTO "What is Worth Doing Is Worth Doing Well" CLASS FLOWER White Carnation CLASS COLORS White and Blue 20 JUNIOR GERDES Basketball ---- ----------------- Baseball ---- Glee Club -------------- PIHY7 "Margie and the Wolf Man" -- ---------------------- -- "The Telescope Kid" LONNIE HINDRICKSEN Basketball ---- -- ---------- ------------- -------- - Glee Club -- ------------------------------------- -- "Romeo if no one changes his mind" JANET SIVER President --- - --------- ---- Glee Club --- Basketball --------- Play "Gx-andad Steps Out" -- ---------------------------- -- "The Bglde was a Freshman" SANDRA JOLSIN Vice President - -- - Glee Club ------ Class" Basketball --- ------------------- ----------- ------------ - - -- "Wlth an eye for interest ln the Senior JOHN BROKAW Glee Club ---- --------------- Baseball --- ----------- ---- Basketball ---- ------------------- "He likes Viola" 21 CLARA PILLARD Glee Club ---- ----'-'--'-""'-"""' Basketball 77652 H555 532155 H157 ' WANDA STEWART Glee cm' '"315,22'dill'6:LL222LQ'EQ,2Q2I.-I1iQQ'LSLQQST ALLEN EDEN Secretary --- --------------- ---- Glee Club --- -------------------- ---- "Elnsteln the Second" KEITH VERNON T,-easul-er -... -------.------.. Glee Club --- Basketball ---- ----------------------- - ------------- - Baseball ----- - ----- - ----- - --------------- - -------- ---- "Does he llke comic books or ball games?" JIMMY TALLHAN Glee Club --- ------------- ---- Basketball ---- ---------- - -- ------------------- - Baseball ---- ------ - ---------------------------- --- ul-Ie llkes Cheerleaders" For Olin? ? GENE ELDRED Glee Club ----- --------------- Basketball ---- Baseball ----------- Plays: "G:-andad Steps Out" --- - ------------ - --------- ------ "Whlch Eldred has the Toni?" 22 , w 6th, 7th, and 8th Grades CLASS OFFICERS President --------------------- Darrell Hora Vice President --- ---- Ronald Findlay Secretary ---- ---- M arilyn Hoppe Treasurer -------- ------------ C hules Holcomb CLASS MOTTO ll! Can!! CLASS FLOWER Yellow Rose CLASS COLORS Yellow and Brown 23 n Z W Www School Activities First activity of the year was Inlttation. Sophomores sponsored an lnltlation dance honoring the Freshman Class who joined our high school this fall. A magazine campaign was sponsored by the Morley School on September 21, 1951. The Junior High and High School took part and competed against each other. 5305.04 was taken ln with the school receiving S109.'l2. Coleen Hay was high salesman with 547.50 and Shirley Hansen ran a close second with S4'I.00. In October the Seniors journeyed to Cedar Rapids where they proceeded to turn on the char m and break the cameras. They spent the day shopping and attended a movie. The Juniors presented "Margie and the Wolf Man" October 24. A capacity crowd filled the auditorium and everyone enjoyed lt. The basketball season was opened October 26 with McVllle. A pancake supper was held before the game with Aunt Jemima frying the pancakes. A Thanksgiving Dance was sponsored by the Seniors during the Thanksgiving Vacation. The day before the Thanksgiving Vacation the grade children gave an assembly program under the direction of Mrs. Russell. At Christmas time the grade children gave an assembly program under the direction of Mrs. Russell. The Mixed Chorus sang and a skating dance was performed bv the Junior High. We held a declamatory contest in high school with the following students entering in their respective classes -- Oratorical -- Carol Pulver -- and Kathleen Hay -- Dramatics -- Roxanna Ruhl and Janet Slver -- Humorous -- Ruth Vernon, Evelyn Findley, and Carol Eldred -- Radio Speaking -- Ruth Vernon, Carol Pulver, Kenneth Daub, Allen Eden, Kathleen Hay, and Charlene Holdren. Those who went on to the sectional speech contest were -- Oratorlcal -- Carol Pulver Dramatlcs -- Roxanna Ruhl -- Humorous -- Evelyn Ftndley -- Radio Speaking -- Ruth Vernon. Kenneth Daub, and Carol Pulver -- lnterpetive Reading -- Janet Greenawald and Kathleen Hay. Most oi those entering received ll ratings. On March 21 the boys sponsored a Minstrel Show under the direction of Mrs. Russell. The proceeds of which went to buy music for the two glee clubs. In the preltmtnary music contest which was held at Davenport the following people participated -- Solos -- Evelyn Flndley, Carol Pulver, Charlene Holdren, Janet Slver, Sandra Joslin, John Brokaw, Kenneth Daub, Lowell Nelson -- Girls' Sextette -- Ruth Vernon, Charlene Holdren, Carol Pulver, Evelyn Flndley, Sandra Joslin, and Harlene Tallman -- Trio -- Carol Pulver, Charlene Holdren, and Sandra Joslin. 26 The Junior-Senior Banquet was held April 19. The theme was curled out in "The Mardi Gras" spirit. A prom was held alter the Banquet with the Montle Dance Band playing. On the 25th of April the Senior Class play "Grandad Steps Out" was presented. The Student Council was very active thls year. They sponsored many activities during the school year. Mr. Louie Lemke showed a movle and gave a talk on the care of and how to sadely handle I gun. They sold garden seeds, the money from this helped pay for pins for the members of the Student Council. The members of the Student Council are -- President -- Ruth Vernon -- Vice Presldent -- Shirley Hansen -- Secretary -- Dale Flndley -- Treasurer -- Gene Eldred -- Member at Large -- Rosle Austin -- Faculty Advisor -- Mrs. Russell. 27 Girls' Glee Club Student Council 28 Boys' Glee Club What's Cookin' ? 29 x W y , ,xxxxxx X ,N ,....:"'mXFXtwr:w- ,,,,,,.x,xg wx ,ii K X X. ,.... ,M , S A QX E UM" mlm wg, W , X1 A L I M , 1 ,W I , , V M014 712700747 ' Q .1 ff f If, M ,ffff Q, WW s , ! . ' M! 4 af' .ff Wfym Z Q Q xx WWW' W .,, awk ff ff 4 , f ia-A K Ziff 5 f zymf- 4- 1. c Jn, 2 2 A 2 j f i LZ-1 1 A,,, , X5 f, A- mb , ., 1: mv 2 2 5 nfs 122 7-11.1 ? mn, 'lf ' ff i' :5"'L ---'-, ff 4- ifiifsfif 1 W "4f'W'7f " bf - ff' ' , ' 9 ix X , wang fm 4 , ff 1' . f2.5,,:f!f f W! 11 4 Q , ,.,. , nj- 'd f' 4. ' if f f W w W . fvf jWf f fl, -M1 3 . iff? 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'I Lonnie H. didn't sit with Janet S. on the school bus? ? ? Kathy Hay finally got her motor finished lof course whe dldn't have any help did she Lowelll??? Mr. Rldout came to school with his Cornell letter sweater on??? Allen Eden wasn't following the Senior girls around??? Ruth sald she had to sit that close to Iurg because she had to hold the gear shlft because it rattled so? ? ? The boys got new baseball shirts and socks? Such a pretty color combination? 'I ? Seniors were out for a ride fha hay in the mighty Shibbie and there wasn't room for them all and Roxy sat in the back wlndow??? Mrs. Russell wasn't bawling Jurg out for somethlng he is doing or something he lsn't dolng???? 32 , x p gxfv LJ T1 . I-. 4,5-P., 'Tx ' M 31. uma: N 1 1 ...X l At Last! 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Aifa :::W"f5 ' igxxQ: Girls' Basketball Team 36 Morley Consolidated School Girls Basketball Statistics FREE THROWS GRADE MADE MISSED TOTAL POINTS Vernon, Ruth 12 45 54 485 Ruhl, Roxy 12 120 105 408 Greenawald, Janet 12 107 65 703 Austin, Rosie 11 0 1 Hansen, Shirley 11 5 7 89 Flndley, Evelyn 11 Tallman, Harlene 11 5 14 33 Hay, Kathleen 10 Eldred, Carol 10 Baute, Dorothy 9 5 7 22 Joslin, Sandra 9 3 10 McCormick, Clorene 9 1 1 1 Pillard, Clara 9 l 1 1 Siver, Janet 9 4 14 51 Hoppe, Marllyn 8 8 21 12 Plllard, Prlscllla 8 1 0 1 Ruhl, Margo 8 2 5 18 Tallman, Iudlth '1 Stotle, Lois 7 Hay, Colleen 7 Wall, Shirley 10 Won 25 Lost 4 GAME RESULTS Morley Mechanlcsvtlle 55 Morley 44 -- Oxford Jet. 47 Morley Monmouth 39 Morley 40 -- Onslow 33 Morley Wyoming 23 Morley 39 -- Olln 31 Morley Lowden 50 Morley 84 -- Solon 39 Morley Bennett 24 Morley 53 -- Newhall 42 Morley Lost Natlon 30 Morley 62 -- Lisbon 27 Morley Sacred Heart 52 Morley 48 -- Wyoming 28 Morley Viola 44 Morley 63 -- Onslow 30 Morley Martelle 21 Morley 57 -- St. Mary's 32 Morley Bennett 25 Morley 86 -- Sacred Heart 45 Morley Stanwood 31 Morley 84 -- Solon 38 Morley Viola 38 Morley 75 -- Alburnett 52 Morley 78 -- Martelle 22 COUNTY SECTIONAL Morley 27 -- Oxiord Jet. 30 Mvrley 59 -- Vi'-112 46 Tied wlth Oxford Jet. ln County Morley 32 -- Wyoming 30 Conference for lst place Morley 49 -- Olln 50 87 FOULS 58 88 42 101 B7 98 34 20 49 0 8 3 20 14 17 9 17 1 2 5 Boys' Basketball Team '74, W, Scenes We Remember x" .- e' Ye! wg 1 'QI Q lkx At" I f 4 1 v X X ' YD 'S Our Team In Action ll if Qi' 4 ix f. fl .7 x , 4 fx? RJ - if-v 'L 38 Mechanlcsvllle Monmouth Wyoming Lowden Bennett Lost Nation Sacred Heart Viola Martelle Bennett Stanwood Viola Oxford Junction Onslow Olin Hora, Robert Jurgensen, Duane Ftndley, Kenneth Vernon, Wayne Brokaw, Kenneth Flndley, Dale Marsh, Marvin Nelson, Lowell Brokaw, John Eldred, Gene Gerdes, Junior Tallman, James Vernon, Keith Boys' Basketball of 1951-1952 Game Results Won 10 - Lost 17 M. V. Solon 40 37 Newhall 47 59 WYUUIIHE 50 39 Onslow 29 59 Cascade CSt. Marysj 54 30 Solon 48 45 Alburnett 38 38 Martelle 83 43 Boys' County Wyoming ae 25 Martelle 42 38 Anamosa 51 64 Boys' Sectional Martelle 47 48 1076 1151 . Basketball Stat1stics FREE THROWS GRADE FIELD GOALS MADE MISSED TOTAL POINTS FOULS 24 38 86 109 93 97 333 73 9 12 55 86 47 47 395 84 3 1 2 2 10 6 5 6 13 9 9 13 17 35 2 13 22 37 55 25 29 115 50 1 3 10 13 14 230 277 1078 479 39 Boys' Baseball That's Our Team '-lf W 40 NAME Vernon, Wgyne Hora, Bob Austln, Lee Iurgensen, Duane Austin, Len Williams, Larry Marsh, Marvin Nelsen, Lowell Brokaw, Kenneth Flndley, Dale Daub, Kenneth Martelle Bennett Solon Marte lle Olin Springville Anamos a Springville Olln POS. lb. 2b. C. P. phss. 3b. of. of. of. of. lb. WE 1951 Spring AB. 89 43 40 41 38 34 27 27 17 2 26 THEY 2 9 1 3 3 7 6 4 0 Baseball HITS WALKS AVERAGE 9 8 .281 9 4 .209 14 10 .850 10 6 .243 14 10 .388 6 7 .176 1 2 .037 1 7 .037 1 4 .059 0 2 .000 3 1 .115 SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT Morley 3 Anamosa 5 JONES COUNTY TOURNAMENT Monticello 12 Morley 3 Wyoming 2 Morley 7 Martelle 6 Morley 0 Games Won 7 Games Lost 6 41 NAME Nelson, Lowell Hora, Bob Vernon, Wayne Gerdes, Junior Vernon, Keith Tallmnn, Jim Brokaw, Kenneth Flndley, Dale Eldred, Gene Jurgensen, Duane Duab, Kermeth Marsh, Marvin TEAM Martelle Solon Martelle Springville Solon Springville Sectional Tournament Lisbon St. Patriclds Onslow 1951 Fall Baseball POS. T.A.B. 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MW. 4' 1 ' agar- WWWWMWW Morley Lumber cmd Grain PHONE 4F14 LUMBER - COAL - HARDWARE FEED AND GRAIN POULTRY AND HOG EQUIPMENT HBRED RIGHT - HATCHED RIGHT - PRICED RIGHT" rxxxrxxrxxxrsas-411411414-:fears Nicoll Hatchery FEED AND PRODUCE PHONE 134 ME CHANICSVILLE IOWA Farmers Co-op Elevator GRAINS - SEED FEEDS - SOY BEAN RROCESSING PHONE 146 MARTELLE, IOWA COMPLIMENTS OF Adolph W. Ahrens PHONE 230 MECHANICSVILLE, IOWA Farmers Savings Bank CAPITAL 525,000.00 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 373,000.00 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION E. C. GOTSCI-I, PRESIDENT L. MURFIELD, VICE-PRESIDENT - GUY C. MARTIN, CASHIER MARTELLE, IOWA Eastern Iowa Livestock Commission Co. WILBER COLBY, AUCT. RES. PHONE 53 - BUSINESS PHONE 259 SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY DAILY FAT HOG MARKET MECHANICSVILLE, IOWA SHADA'S MARKET For The Best Of Food Groceries - Meats - Cigarettes - Beer Open Sundays And Evenings Anamosa Phone70 Iowa ALBAUGI-PS STUDIO Ponttiaits With Personality Wedding Candids - Baby Photos Mechanicsville, Iowa Compliments Of BARGERS GROCERY AND LOCKER Your Clover Farm Store Handling 'Rhea Finest In Meats And Groceries Morley Iowa MICHEL'S GARAGE Quality Parts And Workmaaship Accessories - Battery Charging - Motor Tune Up - Welding Anamosa Phone 46 Iowa GORDAN 'HHLEMENT STORE McCormick - Dearing Tractors And Machines International Trucks - Refrigerators And Freezers Anamosa Phone 25 Iowa ANAMOSA CONCRETE PRODUCTS COMPANY Manufacturers And Builders Concrete Stone Silos - Water Tanks - Well Pits - Septic. Tanks L. L. Albaugh, Manager Office And laxitory - Dubuque Rhad Anamosa Phone 56 Iowa ANAMOSA HARDWARE Hoover - Maytag - Frigidiare - Surge - Coleman Hardware - Plumbing - Heating 209 West Main Phone 160 Anamosa, Iowa HANK'S SERVICE Crosley Shelvador - Motorola Radios Television Crosley - Motorola - Arvin - Bendix We have a large service department to give you guaranteed service on,a11 radios and television sets. 105 N. Ford St. Phone 701 Anamosa, Iowa ANAMOSA LIVESTOCK AUCTION Sale Every Saturday At 11 O'Clock We Buy Market Hogs Daily It ls To Your Advantage To Get Our Prices Before You Sell D. E. Buckley And Son Anamosa, Iowa Phone 403 Residence 399 AMENTS DRY GOODS Ladies' Ready To Wear - Millinery - Infant Wear Blankets - Draperies - Gift Items Phone32l Anamosa Iowa TYLER Cz DOWNING, INC. Groceries - Meats -Vegetables We Deliver Phones 103-04 Anamos a Iowa MAE AMELIA'S Come in and look around - You're always welcome. I have a complete line bf quality jewelry and the latest in gifts. Phone 33 Anamosa Iowa COAST TO COAST STORES Hardware - Auto Supplies - Paints Roger And Gertrude Waterfield, Owners Anamosa Phone 145 Iowa CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK Member Of F. D. I. C. Deposits Insured To 510,000.00 Anamosa Iowa STUHLERS Cliithehs For The Lad And His Dad. Phone 510 Anamosa Iowa WATKINS DEPARTMENT STORE Dry Goods - Ready To Wear Household Furnishings Phone 134 Anamosa IOWH Compliments Of CLIFFORD L. NILES gl SON Niles Theater Anamosa-Eureka ANAMOSA FEED MILL ' Mfg. Of Top Notch Feeds B. B. Fagen, Mgr. Grain - Feed - Seed - Fertili Zel' Custom Grinding gl Mixing - Hog Feeders 8: Waterers Anamosa Phone 198 Iowa Compliments Of RUSSELL 8: RUSSELL Insurance Of A11 Kinds Phone 246 Anamosa Iowa THE HOOK Sandwiches - Candy - Malts - Borden Open 10 .A.M. Till 2 A.M. Phone '78 Anamosa ?s Ice Cream Iowa FRANKS AND SONS, MARTELLE, INC. Building Materials, Hardware And Fuel Paul Drach, Manager Phone 167 Martelle, Iowa JOYCE LUMBER COMPANY Building Material And Fuel "Since 1858" Mechanicsville, Iowa DUANE SMITH Local And Long Distance Trucking Morley Iowa J. H. KAMMERMAN Dealer In Watkins Products Morley Iowa Compliments Of ARTIE'S D -X STATION Gas - Oil - Tires - Accessories And Tire Repairing Morley Iowa RUSSELL'S IMPLEMENT, REPAIRS, HARDWARE Batteries And Battery Charging - Gas And Oil - Tires And Repairing Sweet Lassie Feeds Box 115 - Phone BF36 Morley Iowa THANKS TO THE ADVE RTISE RS mms-4-41+ mamma-ca: rxrxrmx ara-xt-xx an-mmm:-+4 af:-4:14:11 MECHANX1 n-+141-rs 44+-ra--rr :infra-as :ramen-A mfrxxxa-4: if-klllllkkdl lrttktkt iiiif-iliklrkikkllilifikklkilttifili HUNTER'S GARAGE - Morley, Iowa llillkirlllillfil-Ikkllrtlklllklkllfkiitiikk JONES COUNTY OIL CO. -Ana.m0Sa, Iowa xx-4:14:44-rrssmm-uma-:rr44414: RUBY'S CAFE - Anamosa, Iowa llrlllll-Kirkllfifkllrllllfvllitlllrkitirlkklllllllrlf THE GUN SHOP - Anamosa, Iowa -iivlrlkkkiriklkiikiltkkttklkklfilfi GANDMGROCERY STORE -Ana.mosi1,Iowa ififllllllifllfililllkiKilliK1'i5llK1Yi4lflf-li SVILLE TRUST KLSAVINGS BANK - Mechancisville, Iowa 4:4-1+xx:-4-x++x4:+s:++4:+4:fx:rxrxkraxxr GROVER IMPLEMENT CO. - Anamosa, Iowa lfllflklllirllir-ii-1ki4f4'1ll1lI4K lk lkillfll-if 41-Yi! 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