Morley Consolidated High School - Tigers Yearbook (Morley, IA)
- Class of 1955
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Text from Pages 1 - 96 of the 1955 volume:
To Mr. Greenwald
in appreciation for his help in the clan
room, and in athletics, for the enjoyment he
gave to ue fran our etudiee, md for being
auch e good friend to when we could take our
problene to during our four years of high
eohool, we the eenior clue of nineteen
hundred and fifty five dedicate this annual -
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Let Row-left to right: Mrs. Greenawald, Hrs. Amber Barger, Mrs. Mildred Schoon
2nd Row-left to right: Hr. L.D. Greenawald, Hrs. Wilma Russell, Mrs. Mary Doty,
Mr. C. N. Ridout
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High School and Eighth Grade
lst row-left to right: Mrs. Russell, Kita Russell, Janice Wilken, Darlene
Jayne, Nancy Jayne, Clara Pillard, I-.r. Greenawald, hr. xidout.
2nd row-left to right: Shirley Holdren, marilyn Hoppe , Nargo xtuhl, Priscilla
Plllard, Coleen Hay, Lois Stolte, Judy Tallman, Carol Greenawald, Sharon Siver,
Judy Shsnkland, Elizabeth Bennett, Nancy Glick, Francis Holdren, Joyce watson.
3rd row-left to right: Ivan Eden, Ronald Findley, Dick Blake, Darrell Hora, Jim
Tallman, Lon Hinrichson, Allen Joslin, Arnold Pye, sob Newhard, Larry Kaufman,
Maynard Van Antwerp, Tom Hinrichson, Larry Catlett.
hth row-left to right: Gene Eldred, Keith Vernon, John Brokaw, Allen Eden,
Junior Gerdes, Keith Hey, Frances Conner, Charles Stivers, Charles Holcomb,
billy Catlett, Charles Vernon, billy H-uhl, Paul hcfionlughy.
Supt., Math., Business Courses, Social Studies, and Girl's Basketball
Colleges - B.A. Degree-Coe College, MJ.. Degree - S.U.I.
Hobby -- Radio and Woodworking, Pet Saying - 0.K.
Pet Peeve - Lazy People, Favorite Pastime -- Watching T.V.
Prin., Social Studies, Business Courses, Geometry and Boy's Coach
Colleges - Ellsworth Junior College, BJ.. Degree-Coe College
Hobby - Loafing, Pet Saying -- Did you try?
Pet Peeve - Pupils who don't have time to get their lessons.
Favorite Pastime -- Watching T.V.
Social Studies, languages
Colleges-Cornell College and Acedenw, B.A. Degree-Coe College
Boat Graduate Study - S.U.I. - University of Chicago
Hobby -- Nature Study and Flower Gardening Pet Saying -- WELL!!
Pet Peeve -- Irresponsible People Favorite Pastims -- Reading
hth and Sth Grades
Colleges - I.S.T.G., Dubuque University, S.U.I.
Hobby -- Crossword Puzzles, Pet Saying - Let's get our work
Pet Peeve -- Things out of order Favorite Pastims - Reading and Watching
2nd and 3rd Grades
Colleges - B.A. Degree S.U.I.
Hobby -- Sewing Pet Saying -- Keep Quiet Pet Peeve - Dirt
Favorite Paetime -- Heading
6th and 7th Grades
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Hobby -- Journalism Pet Peeve -
Favorite Pastime -- Play Piano Pet Saying --
Primary and lst Grade
Colleges - Coe, U. of Minnesota CCorr.D , Cedar Falls
Hobby -- My Two Sons Pet Saying -- Don't say I ca.n't say I'll try.
Pet Peeve -- Rainy days Favorite Pastime -- Reading
English and Music
College - Cornell College and Cedar Falls
Hobby -- Play cards Pet Peeve -- People who don't get their work :Ln on
time. Pet Saying -- Ge what ever Favorite Pastime -- Play Golf
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The Class of 19143 entered Morley School with ten pupils they were:
Dorothy haute John Brokaw
Gene Eldred Judith Filter
Robert Gerjets Janice Parks
Larry Stingley Nancy Jayne
Keith Vernon Opal Clary
Our first grade teacher was Mrs. Oldfield.
During our second grade we lost Robert Gerjets, Larry Stinley, Nancy Jayne
and Opal Clary but before the year closed we had gained Merlin and Viola Hofflnan, so our class
still had sight pupils with hrs. Oldfield as our teacher.
In the fall of 191414 we found ourselves in a different roan and a new teacher,
Frances Smith. We had one new third grader, Ervin Welle, so our class now numbered only
seven for we lost Janice Parks and Judy Filter.
During our fourth year of school with Frances Smith still our teacher we hit an
all time record for we gained five new pupils in l9h6, they were Junior Gerdss, Jimmy
Tallman, Lonnie Hinrichsen, Janet Siver and Douglas Lessand. Now our total was twelve.
In the fall of 19147 we found ourselves upstairs in the fifth grade. Our
teacher was Mrs. Berger with an enrollment of thirteen for La Donna Laurence had joined
our group. before too long we lost Douglas Lessard but gained Gerry Hermann so our class
still held its number.
The fall of 19148 found us in sixth grade only to lose Merlin and Viola Hoffman,
Ervin Wells and Jerry Horrman. Their places were soon to be filled by Jerry Pearson,
Dorothy Lewis and Keith Techau.
We began our seventh grade work under the supervision of three teachers, because
of the combining of the sixth, seventh and eighth grades. Our teachers were hr. Hddout,
Miss Ament and Mrs. Barger. We had in our class eleven pupils who remained together until
March when we lost Jerry Pearson, Keith Techau and Dorothy Lewis leaving us with eight to
start our eighth grade.
In the fall of 1950 we were suprised to have bob Head and Clorene McCormick boast
our enrollment to ten by moving to Morley. More surprises followed during our third week
of school when Clara Pillard, Allen Eden and Sandra Joslin joined our group, now we had a
real bakers dozen for we numbered thirteen. We wersn't at all superstitious but at the
sane time thirteen is often an unlucky number so we welcombed with open arms Gladys Swartz
who joined our group during our third six weeks. Now we had fourteen, the largest
enrollment in our eight years, consisting of eight boys and six girls nan ely.
Keith Vernon Dorothy haute
John Brokaw Clorene hcCorndck
Gene Eldred Janet Siver
Bob Read Clara Pillard
Jimmy Tallman Gladys Swarts
Junior Gerdes Sandra Joslin
The class of 1955 emerged into high school feeling very grown-up and wise.
We numbered ten and consisted of Keith Vernon, John Brokaw, Gene Eldred, Jimmy 'I'al.ur.an,
Junior Gerdes, Lonnie Hinrichsen, Allen Eden, Janet Siver, Clara Pillard and Sandra Joslin.
One on our teachers for this year, who was also the superident, was hr. Greenawald.
mr other teachers were X-ir. Ridout who was also our principal and Mrs Russell the english
and Music teacher. . We also gained Leo Nissen and Wanda Stewart and Jackie Johnson.
There was a drastic reduction in our class number when Jacqueline J ohnssn, Sandra
Joslin and Janet Siver moved away. Our teachers for the year were Mr. Greenawald, hr.
Ridout, Mrs Russell and Miss Miller, and we were also pleased however that Nancy Jayne
rejoined our class.
We entered t is eleventh grade with nine ren aining members ,who continued and finished
together the happiest years our lives. During our Junior year, hrs Bair, hr. Greeaawald,
hr. Ridout were our teachers. The following ,fear these remained the same with the exception
of hrs. hair who was replaced by Mrs. siussell.
We the Senior Class of 1955 being of sound mind and good judganent do
hereby declare this to be our last will and testament.
We the Senior Class will our ability to pick out our own class play to the
future Senior Claes.
I Lonnie Hinrichsen will my boxing techniques to Maynard Van Antwerp. I will
my old girlfriends and old dates to Arnold Pye. I hope that Arnold has more fun
with than than I did.
I John Brokaw will my ability to. take girls haue from church to Darrell Hora..
I Jr. Gerdes will the backfenders of my old FORD to Priscilla Pillard so
that she will save fenders when she cuts in so close after passing a car. I
also will my height and strength to Janice Wilken.
I Gene Eldred will my ability to get stuck :Ln my girl friends driveway
to Charles Holounb. Judy Shankland lives cn a new road so watch out Charles.
I Clara Pillard will my collection of boy friends to Margo Ruhl. I will
my collection of boys pictures to 1'-arilyn Hoppe. To my sister, Priscilla, I
leave those 6 packages of gun that I lost at play practice.
I Nancy Jayne will my figuring to Shirley Holdren.
I Keith Vernon will my interest in certain grocery store clerks to
Ronnie Findlay. To Bill Ruhl I leave my drivers license so that he can
still ranain in ccmpetition. Bill will be down soon Carol G.
I Allen Eden will my interest in girls who are in the sophcmlore class to
Francis Conner. L.B. is a sophcmore as you all know.
We, Keith Vernon, John Brokaw, and Jr. Gerdes will our ability to NEVER
have our Literature done on time to the three Sophanore girls. Nothing Hke
keeping it in the family is there John? C.H. you know.
I Jim Tallman will my ability to always have my Literature done on time
to Lois Stolte. I also will my ability to park in the wrong alley with "You
Know mo" to Dick Bldce. Lets not over do it Dick.
We the Class will to Nr. Greenawald a wig to replace all the hir we have
caused him to tear out.
The class also wills to Hr. Ridout a dog collar with a bell on it to be
worn around his keg to warn unsuspecting classes of his un-noticed approaches.
To Mrs. Russell we leave a new set of chairs to replace the ones that
always made so much noise daring literature Classes. ,,
To the school we leave nothing as we have given away all that we won't
need in the future.
We had just finished dinner. Nancy was picking up the dishes, so I thought I'd lie down
long enough to "catch a few winks" before I went out :l.n the hot sun agein....during haying a
guy feels like "flapping" whenever he can. But before I reached the couch, there was Nancy,
with a twinhe in her eye, holding out to me an impressive loolcmg envelope.
"It's from Junior Gerdes," she said, "and there's a Master Sgt. in front of his name. I
knew if I gave it to you before dinner, everything would be cold before you got around to eat."
I smiled back. She had gotten to know me and nv habits pretty well these past 18 years,
of course, I knew hers too, but I wouldn't dare mention the fact.
"Well", she asked,"aren't you going to open it?"
"Maybe I Should", I replied, as I stared to tear the envelope open. But I was still looking
at the impressive rank in front of Juniors' name, and my thoughts were wandering way back to
1955, the year we gaduated from Morley High.
There were nine of us.....ell boys but two.....Nancy who I married after I got out of the
ABmy....andGClara Pinllard, who enrolled at Iowa State Teachers right after graduation. Looking
back, I rember it now: none of us boys could make very definite plans for the future...thee was
still a threat of an all out war....and we knew that selective service would catch up with us
before long. Factories and othee places of employment were relectant to hire those just out
of High School, because they knew they would no more than get trained until we'd be leaving
for the service. Sometimes down in the locker room we'd have "bull sessions"....a.nd dicuss the
We were about a hundred percent in agreement that the soon we got it over with the better.
Lbnnio and I both wanted to get it over with inthe fewest years possib1e....si'ter all, we
did have definate plans.....that's wiv we took the Army. Gene wanted college..., andPrisc:Llls
wasn't through school, so he thought a couple of years at Ames, before tm Service would suit
his purpose better....that way he could take some military training in college and come out
a "2nd Louie". So he kept talking Ames. Keith and Allen had been "buddies" all through high
school, so it wasn't too much of s surprise when they talked Navy instead of Army. Lonnie
liked the Navy too....but the enlistment period was too long for him. John always said he
wanted to be a singer.....so he'd shrug his shoulders and jolclngly say, that maybe they'd let him
sing in an Air Corps' Chorus someplace. We all knew we had to give a few years of our youth
to 'Uncle Sam' and of course we were Booall willing to do so....for then in later life if we
decided to buy a chunck of land, or a business....we would know that we as Americans had earned
the right to buy it, because we had first proved that we were willing 'to defend it. Yes, even
then, we had a clear picture of what it means to be a good America.n....but it was Junior who re
ally dropped the bomb shell when he said he intended to make a career of the Arnw.
And he had, for here after 20 years he must still be in uniform.
I guess I must have looked a little odd, because Nancy said: "Why don't you get that silly grin
off your face and open it? We haven't heard anything of Junior for at least 10 years. "And....
she added Uplease, read it aloud."
"Dear Jim"....It started....."I see by the Anamose paper you are still around Morley .
Farming, eh? I've been a subscriber to the local paper ever since I entered the service. It 's
the best way' I know to keep up with the home town news. But in the past years yours' and Nancys'
names are about the only ones out of our graduation class that I ever see mentioned. Where
is the rest of "our gang"? I'm getting out of service next month, and I just wondered if
maybe we might be able to get together someplace. I'm retiring. I paused and looked at Nancy.
"F.etLring", I said , "already?" "Well, it has been 2Oyears", Nancy sighed. I said that it sure
didn't seem that long ago since one and then the other of us enlisted. Then, as I was think-
ing how fast the time had flown, I recalled somthing Junior had said just before we graduated:
1'm going to make a career out of the Arny....where else can you retire after 20 years on a
good pension? The rest of us said: "Ba1oney" at the ti.me...but now I wondered.
I started to read again: "I'm retireing. You see I'vs saved a nice little "goose egg'
and I think I'll build me a little chicken ranch out here on the west coe.st...this California
weather has really got me. But, before I start anything as important as that, I'm coming back
to Iowa. I'll be droppingin about five weeks from Sun., if that's 0.K.. Will you see what
you can do about rounding up 'the gang" and let me know? Be seeing you....Junior."
"Do you suppose we can paper the kitchen before then?" Nancy asked.
"Sure....sure....anything nooo on I mused.
Getting the "gang" together was more of a chore than I figured. Finding Lonnie was sa y
he and Carol and their three boys were back, from their farm in Ill., last year when Carol's
class gathered for a picnic....and afterwards they had called on us. Their boys Ind nmde quite
an impression on our Suzie....she's just at the "boycrazy" stage. But we really were surprised
when Carol walked in carrying another little son in her arms. Lonnie said Carol had wanted
a girl, she said that wasn't so, that he was the one that was dissapointed....that he dldn't
even look at it for three days. But I noticed they both secretly gloried in the boy.
Keith wasn't too hard to find. He's a vetrinarian now. After the Navy he had taken adva-
naageof the schooling he could get and he's sure doing fine for himself....a new lavender
Ford....a pretty blond "doll" for a wife, and a three year old the very image of her mom,
but with Keiths' beautiful curls. He's practicing up around Waterloo.
After a long distance phone call to Des Moines, I located Gene. He's following in his
fathers' shoes. After serviee...first a model farmer and then a Representative. He and
Priscilla flew in for the occassion, landing in our pasture. That way they could spend the
night on the old home place....and still be back in time for Mondays' morning session.
They haven't any children but I heard Gene tell Lonnie they'd be glad to take the new nephew
back with them.
Gene gave me Cls.ra's address, when I phoned h:Lm. She was way out in Neb., so I had to
write her....and I didn't know, even the morning of the gathering, whether she would be there
or not. But in' she came...driving her own car too....a '7l4 Chevrolet. She didn't look a day,
well, not much more than a day..older than when we graduated. And she was wearing a diamond
big enough to put your eyes out. She's been teaching school in a smalltown out there for 12
years now....and the Banloer finally got up nerve enough to ask her. She says, she waited 12
years for him to ask her....now he can wait 12 months while she gets her hope chest completed.
The whole class is invited to the wedding too...so maybe we'll meet again.
John teaches music at Cornell College in Mt. Vernon...and he also sings every Wednesday
night over WHT - TV. Nancy and I alwayssit spellbound by our TV set that night. This three
dimension, color TV is so real that it's almost like he is here in the room with us... but
when we unconsciously speak to him, he never answers...except to smile and sing another song.
He's s busy man but he too took t:Lme to come. Rls wife teaches history at the college. They
have an eight year old son and a five year old daughter, but they didn't have the children
along. 'We needed a little relaxation away from those two", John said, five and eight, and
already using a college vocabulary...and the questions they can askl'
Allen,... well, it took some time to locate him. Ney that his fame :Lsn't known all over
these parts and far beyond. But you never imow where he is going to be. It's been that way
ever since he invented that contraption that changes the channel one TV set by one's thought
waves. Tm device works wonderfully well when there is only one person in the room... but can
be e terrible headache when there are several. He did manage to get here in time for dinner...
landing :Ln his helicopter almost in n-out of the door. Allen is still s:Lngle...never had t:Lme
.to do any cou:hting...too busy with his inventions...but now that he's always 'popping up" in
the news...he's getting proposals every day. While we were eating I heard Gene's voice: 'Say
Allen, ca.n't you figure out some other way to control those darn things? Priss and I are always
at odds about the program that we are going to listen to. Our brain waves clash when we get as
..close to the set as we can...then all we get is static." "Sure I can settle that," said
Allen. 'Just buy another set and be sure to put them in different rooms". 'Then you can use your
brain power on one and she can use hers on the other. The only thing iss its too bad to waste
that much brain power ln one evening".
It did prove to be e nice get-together. When we turned out the lights that night Nancy
turned to me and sad.d:"You know, I'm glad I turned down that chance of becoming a model... it's
much more fun on Sunday afternoons to take my easel and paint the beautiful scenery around here
...but tomorrow I am going to start a new picture. In fact, I'm going to paint two of them.
I might even give one of them to Clara as a wedding present. The first one will be like our
class back in l95S...a 'mmch of happy eager ld.ds...e.nd the other one like we are today... men
and women typical of all America...twenty years older and maybe a little less "cock-sure" but
wiser and more contented."
I yawned. "Yep, those would be some pictures! Say, Nancy, I just happened to think...
Junior meant it when he said he was going to make the army his career so tht he could retire
:Ln twenty years Qlucky dogl but he must have changed his mind about having only one date in a
year....x-emember ???? Back in the good old days even a cute little 'trick' like Margo could
not tempt him to have more than me. But surely that gorgeous red-head didn't marry him after
only one date. If he didn't change his mind...he must have started courting her a long t:Lme ago.
I guess she didn't think that remark was funny. Anyway all she said was:"Go0d night, Jim."
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Student Council 33 Treasurer 13 Basketball 1,2,33 Baseball l,2,33 Glee Club l,2,33
Plays - "The Pay Off" "Bolts 8: Nuts"
"1-Ie's a hustler, never idle, and always thoughtful of others'
President 33 Basketball 1,2,B3 Baseball 1,2,33 Glee Club l,2,33 Plays - "The Pay Off'
"Enjoy yourse1t'3 life is short."
Secretary 1,33 President 23 Basketball l,2,33 Glee Club l,2,33 Plays --'Hillbilly Heddin'
"Ln all around girl, a girl all around." "The Pay Off'
Vice President 13 Treasurer as Basketball l,2,33 Glee Club l,2,33 Plays--"The Pay Off'
'An utterably indescribable girl'
Basketball l,2,33 Baseball 23 Glee Club 1,23 Plays-'The Pay Off'
"Oh, they're making a wild man out at me."
Basketball l,2,33 Baseball l,2,33 Glee Club 1,2,33 Plays-"The Pay Off'
"Pm glad I'm not l:Lke the rest of you guy' s"
Glee Club l,2,33 Plays - "Pleased Ta Meetcha" 'The Pay Off'
'I wonder what will happen next."
President 13 Student Council 23 Basketball l,2,33 Glee Club l,2,33 Plays--"Hillbilly
Weddinn "Pleased Ta Heetehan 'The Pay Off"
"Generally speaking g women is ----- generally speaking'
Vice President 33 Secretary 23 Basketball 1,2,33 Baseball l,2,33 Blee Club l,2,33
Plays 'The Pay Off'
"Busy, but never to busy!
Student Council 23 President 13 Baseball 1,23 Basketball 1,2
'The girls think he's the best and only boy in the Sophomore Class."
Student Council 13 Basketball 1,23 Glee Club 1,23 Secretary 23 Treasurer 2
'Her eyes speak, when her lips do not."
Vice President 23 Treasurer 13 Basketball 1,23 Glse Club 1,2
"Flirting :Ls my Specialty."
President 23 Vice President 13 Basketball 1,23 Gln Club 1,2
"I wonder what his name will be."
President lg Basketball lg Glee Club 1.
"Honest to Pete"
vibe President 1, Baseball 1, Basketball 1.
Just give me "Darling"
Secretary lg Basketball 15 Glee Club 1.
I like cherry "Pye".
Treasurer lg Baseball 15 Basketball 1.
"I know a lot. Just ask me! "
Maynard Van Antwerp
Student Council 15 Baseball 13 Basketball lg Glee Club l.
WA real fighter if noone changes his mind'
Baseball lg Basketball 1, Gloe Club 1.
'Wild B111 B bkobk.'
Baseball lg Basketball 1, alas Club.
'Pb' shoes are a little small, only 13's"
Basketball 13 Glee Club.
'She likes R9dheads."
lst row-left to right: John Brokaw, Shirley Holdren, Marilyn Hoppe, Margo Ruhl,
Priscilla Pillard, Rita Russell, Clara Pillsrd, Charles Holcomb.
2nd row-left to right: Arnold Pye, Nancy Jayne, Lois Stolte, Coleen Hay, Judy
Tallinn, Janice Hllkaen, Darlene Jayne, Mrs. Russell.
3rd row-left to right: Maynard Van Antwerp, Keith Hay, Dick Blslce, Jinmy Tallman,
Ronald Findlay, B:Illy Catlett.
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President ---------- -Gene Eldred President ---- - ---- D arrell Hora
Vice President ----- -Allen Eden Vice President-----Dick Blake
secretary ----------- Nancy Jayne Secretary-------Margo Ruhl
Treasurer ---------- -Clara Pilhrd Treasurer--------Charles Holcomb
Student Cou.ncil----Jimmy Tallman Student Council---Ronald Findlay
Advisor ------------- L.D. Greenawald Advisor-- -------- -C. N. Ridout
President-- -------- Lois Stolte President---------Janice Wilkene
Vice President ----- -Judy Tallman Vice President----Allen Joslin
Secretary ---------- -Coleen Hay Secretary ------ ---Bite Russell
Treasurer ---------- -Coleen Hay Treasurer --------- -Charles Stivere
Student. Council ----- Hancis Conner Student Council ---- Ma ynard Van
Advisor ------------- Mr s. Russell Antwerp
Advisor--- -------- L.D. Creennwald
EIGHIH GRADE STUDENT COUNCIL
President ---------- -Judy Shsnldnnd Pres1dent---- ---- -Jim Tallman
Vice President ------ Billy Ruhl Vice President ----- R onald Findley
Secretary ---------- -Carol Creenawald Secretary-------Dick Blake
Treasurer ----------- I van Eden A Treasurer---- ---- Ma ynard Ven
Advisor ------------ -C. N. Ridout Antwerp
H Francie Conner
Bun No. 1--Driver--Arden Achenbach Bus No. 3---Driver---Francie Smith
Jimmy Tellmen Gene Eldred
Darrell Hora , John Brokaw
Bus No. 2 ---- D river---Virgil Tellman Bus No. h---Driver-Gene Smith
Junior Gerdes Dick Blake
Keith Vernon Ronald Findley
Bu! No. 5'--DTINB r--- Lalita 5Hi'b50l'
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Left to Right: Hr. Lf D. Greenawald, Francis Conner, Maynard Van Antwerp, Jimmy
numn, nick Blake, Ronald Findlay.
llt row-left to right: CoEgXaFggekE:E8gxJif,f8gn2h1?5.ared, Keith Vernon, Junior Gerdes,
Charles Holcomb, Jim Tallman, Ronald Findley.
2nd row-left to rights Maynard Van Antwerp, Keith Hay, Allen Joslin. Dick Blake, John
Brokaw, Darrell Hora, Frances Conner.
Baseball Team for Sh-55
lst row-left to right: Jin Tellnan, Gene Eldred, Junior Gerdes, John Brokaw, Keith Vernon
2nd row-left to rights Ronald Findlay, Dick Blake, Darrell Hora, Charles Holcomb,
Frances Connor. '
3rd row-left to rights Maynard Ven Antwerp, Allen Joslin, Arnold Pye, Billy Catlett,
Coach C. N. Ridout.
AB. HITS WALKS AVERAGE
L5 11 6 .282
M3 11 3 .275
37 7 2 .200
37 9 5 .281
0 O 0 .000
36 B 7 .275
27 2 lx .087
334 8 3 25 8
33 7 In .2141
15 o 1 .ooo
29 h 3 .1514
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AB. HITS UALB AVERAGE
28 6 5 .261
31 10 3 .357
25 5 1 1 .283
28 6 3 .2110
10 0 ls .000
28 6 1 .222
22 5 3 . 263
28 3 S .131
15 5 0 .333
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0 0 O .000
0 0 O .000
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25 5 3 .227
Qciviflle Basketball Exam
G:Lr1's Basketball 5h - 55
let row-left to right: Lois Stolte, Coleen Hay, Nancy Jayne, Judy Tallmsn, Clara
Pillard, Margo Ruhl, Priscilla Pillard, Marilyn Hoppe.
2nd row-left to rights Mr. Greenawald, Janice Wilken, Slmron Siver, Elizabeth
Bennett, Darlene Jayne, Rita Russell, Carol Greenawald, Judy Shankland.
FREE TPRUNS TOTAL
GRADE MADE MISSED POINTS FOUIS
Priscilla Piuara F ll 143 117 bb? 70
Clara Pillard F86 12 16 11 132 69
Nancy Jayhe G 12 O 1 2 52
Margo Ruhl F 11 102 119 372 248
Marilyn Hoppe F 11 28 65 155 21
Judy Shankland G 8 O O O 20
Carol Greenawald G 8 O 2 2 39
Darlene Sayne G 9 O O O 9
Rita Rus ell F 9 O O lg h
Judy Tallman G 10 O 6 O M5
Coleen Hay F 10 3 11 bl 10
Lois Stolte G 10 O 0 O 7
'ES' 55 Violn
28 55 Heohaniolville
63 7h Solon
65 68 Epworth
68 hh St. Mary'l
65 7h Onslow
38 60 viola
60 M6 Martelle
59 38 Albernet
52 T1 Solon
Sh M9 Onslow
L17 M9 Oacford Junction
66 7h Lisbon
148 69 Meohlniosville
53 142 Martelle
M5 39 Olin
Sl 6? Wyoning
57 62 Sacred Heart
58 Sh St.Mnry'e
Springville 10 Cseotionall
Anamosa 10 Ccountyj
Sacred Heart 2
Hartelle 10 Coountyl
Springdale 0 cBBCti0Dl1J
Lisbon 1 Csectionall
Stanwood 2 Csectionalb
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Primary, First, becond, rhird
lst row-left to right: Diane Holub, Rose Ann Kinkead, bruce bzhresman, Don Von
Behren, Charles Findlay, Linda Stahr, Mrs. Schoon, Vicky Smith, Peggy Yarring-
ton, Sally Robinson, Charles Heinsius, Myron Ehresman, Carl Achenbaoh.
2nd row-left to right: Peggy Smith, Donna June, Hichael Kinkead, ilimmy Simmons ,
David weavm-,Curtis Baz-ger, Joey Conner, Steven Joslin, Hickey Freymuller,
Donald Brokaw, Nancy Meineke, David Ridout., Marilyn Siver.
Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Grades
lst row-left to right: Mrs. Barger, Nancy Joslin, Judy McGonaughy, Camile
Siver, Karen Kuchel, Sharon Hanna, Mary Kaye Fra.nkl.ouser, Linda Joslin,
hrs. mary Doty.
2nd row-left to right: Jimmy riuchinbaker, Fritz Mienecke, Jlcmmy Greenawald,
Bobby Hansen, Chuck Hansen, Mearl Findlay, Claire June, John Kopoenhaver,
Dick Stivers, Lowell Klinefelter, Curtis Bennett.
3rd row-left to right: Larry Jayne, Gerald Stolte, Raymond Findlay, Gary
Nissen, Pat Davis, Ronny Stivers, Ji.rr.ny Heseis, bruce Hay, Darrell Blake, Steven
Newhard, Ronnie Tallxnan, Dick Van Antwerp, Diane Hora, Hosalene Catlett,
Florence Duncan, Karen Simmons, hargret Shumaker, Karen Abbott., Beverly Pye,
Janice Bennett, Nelda Conner, Lois Knchenbaker.
Say D.B. how about these Lights going off when you go to see a certain Freshman
girl with the initals of J .W.?
We heard K.H. has hed' quite an experience in learning how to bark like a dog,
especially at the State Musica Contest at Martelle.
K.V. has been doing quite a bit of running back and forth to Lnamosa by tm means
of s new car. Who :Ls the special attraction?
I heard M.R. has a crush on somebody at Anamosa by the name of Bill W. So we hear
by means of the grapevine.
D.B. sure wishes he had a drivers licence then he coul.d really go places instead of
on horse back.
Been hearing that quiet M.H. has got her eyes on some tall and handsome fellow Ln
Olin. Ien't that right?
R.F. tells D.B. that it sure is nice to have his drivers licence but now he has
to find a girl. Those two ought to get together.
Whst's this that we have been hearing? Has it something to do with belle, L.H.?
Been to Monticello lstely J .G.? You might try again. If at first you don't succeed
try and try again.
Say G.E., better watch those muddy roads alter this, wouldn't want to miss sleep-
ing in that nice soft bed.
What's this about A.E. taking all the girls home from Play Practice! Was it be-
cause G.H. was along?
was wondering sho C.H. had his eyes on. Who is she?
Hey LB., taken any girls home from church lately?
We heard that S.l-I. has her eyes on someone that is slightly tall. I wonder who he
There is a new romance which came up during the early spring between Maynard V.A.
and'R.R. Isn't that right?
C.H. has given up on a certain boy. Started prospecting yet?
Just in case you didn't know about this romance between L.S. and P.Mc. you sure
know it now.
J .T. is still keeping her eyes on the fellows and waiting for the time when she
becomes a Junior.
D.J. is still looking around, but we wouldn't know about that blonde fellow would
J.T. I hear you have been having quite e time. How about it N.J.?
P.P. is it fun to sit under the stop light? Nlw G.E.
SENIOR PIA! CAST
let row-left to tight: Mrs. Wilma Russell, Ioie Stolte, Judy Tallman, Janice Wilken,
2nd row-left to right: Margo Ruhl, Nancy Jayne, Clara Pillard, Coleen Hay,
3rd row-left to right: Gene Eldred, Jimmy Tallman, Ionnie Hinrichsen, Junior
Gerdee, John Brokaw, Keith Vernon, Alan Eden.
Kleanell, Anmose, Iowa
Dr. G. M. Gieher, Optometrist, Anamosa, Iowa
Dre. Cornish 8: Hyde, Optometrist, Anamosa, Iowa
Conoco Service, Anamose., Iowa
Alyea Sinclair Service, Anamoea, Iowa
Lawrence J. Gonmey, Real Estate, Anamoaa, Iowa
United-Hagie Hybrids, Incorporated, Des Moines, Iowa
Gordon Implement Store, Anamosa, Iowa
Jones County Farm Service Company, Anamosa, Iowa
Dre. J. D. Paul 81 Gerald F. Brown, M.D.'s, Anamosa, Iowa
Dre. Dolan 8: Dolan, M.D.'s, Ananosa, Ioim
Rhineherth Jack Sprat Store, Mecbanicsville, Iowa
Dr. 1. W. Cruee, Dentist, Mechanicsville, Iowa
Dr. E. H. Littig, M.D., Mechanicsville, Ion
Dr. F. M. Wilson, Veterinarian, Mechanicevllle, Iowa Phone 2 on 86
Fa1.1'e DX, Olin, Iowa
Ke11'e Garage, Olin, Iowa
May'e Jack Sprat Store, Martelle, Iowa
Plaza Theater, Olin, Iowa
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Everything for the Home TV Electric
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WAPSIE HOTG SALES
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See us first for that good deal
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The only true rerguson 1:Lft-type equipment
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FUHERS CREMERY CO.
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Anamosa Phone 273
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