Morley Consolidated High School - Tigers Yearbook (Morley, IA)
- Class of 1957
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mrs, Wilma Russell, Mrs. Amber
Barger, Mrs. Evelyn Greenawald.
BACK ROW: L. D. Greenawald, Mrs. Thalma Pillard, Mrs.
Mildred Schoon, Mr. Charles Wood.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Francis Conner, Sharon Sivcr,
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Position - Superintendent, Girls' Coach, teacher, Education - Coe, SUI, ISC, Hobby - Ra-
dio, Pet Saying - OK, Pct Peevc - Lazy People, Favorite Pastime - Watching TV and Sports,
Favorite TV Program - No Favoritism shown.
Position - Principal, Boys' Coach, teacher, Education - Simpson, SUI, Hobby -Radio,Pet
Saying - Everything 'sail set, now isn 't it'?, Pet Peeve -Door-to -door salesmen, Favorite Pastime -
Traveling, Favorite TV Program - I Search for Adventure.
Position - Home Economics, Social Science, etc, Education - Cornell, Coe, SUI, Corr.
Chic. Univ,, Hobby - Reading, Nature Study, Pet Saying, , Weill, Pet Peeve - Irresponsibility,
Favorite Pastime - Reading, TV, Favorite TV Program - Gary Moore, Ted Mack.
Position - Primary and 1st grades, Education - Coe, U. of Minn. CCorrj ISTC, Hobby - TV,
S: ying, - Don'r say I can't, say I'lI tryl, Pet Peeve - Students who don't pay attention to what
I'm trying to get acrossl, Favorite Pastime - Taking care of my grandchild, TV Program - I've
Got a Secret.
Position - English and Music Teacher, Education - Cornell, ISTC, U. of Ia. , Coe, Hobby
Bridge, Golf, Piano, Sewing,PetSaying - . . . orwhatevcr,Judithsays . . ., PetPeeve - People
that don't get work done on time,Favotite Pastime - Bridge, Golf, Piano, Favorite TV Program -
All of them.
Position - 4th and 5th, Education - ISTC, U. of Dubuque, SUI, Hobby - TV, Pet Saying, -
Get on the Balll, Pct Peeve - Children who say "I'm not done, I didn't have enough timr:.",
Pastimc - TV, Favorite TV Program - Omnibus.
Position - 2nd and 3rd grades, Education - SU1,Hobby - Flowers and Sewing, Saying -nonc,
Pet Peeve - Children who don't obey, Pastime - Hobbies, Favorite TV Program - Adventure and
Position - 6th and 7th grades, Education - Coe St ISTC, Hobby - Working, in thc yard, Say-
ing - Shhhi, Pet Peeve - Unruly children who don'r have their work done, Pastime - Terry, Fav-
orite TV Program - Ed Sullivan.
Position - Cook, Education - Morley, Hobby - Homckccping, Saying. - none, Pet Pccvc -
none, Favorite Pastimc - Work, Favorite TV Program - All ol' them.
Position - Cook, Education - Stanwood and Counttyschoolsg I-lobby - Keeping busy, Saying, -
Ohl, Pet Pcevc - nonc, Favorite Pastitne - Work, Favorite TV Program - Arthur Godfrey.
Position - Custodian, Education - Morley University, Hobby - Television, Saying - fSorry,
we cou1dn't print it hcrelj, Pct Pccvc - Work, Favorite Pastinro - Loafing, Favorite TV Program
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The class of 1957 entered Morley School with eight pupils, they were:
Judy Tallman Patty Ankeny
Coleen Hay Erma Wells
Charles Stivers Donald Wells
Paul McConaughy Maynard VanAntwerp
We gained during they year, Jacqueline Schweitzer. Lois Stolte, and Patricia Bailey. Our
First Grade teacher was Miss McAnulty.
During our Second year we lost Maynard VanAnrwerp, Paul McConaughy, Patty Ankeny,
Donald Wells, and Jacqueline Schweitzer but we gained Geraldine Capron, Virginia Hoffman,
Arnold Pye, Elmeree Jaeger, Leland Klinetop, Ruth Armstrong, Francis Conner, and Bobbie Bailey
so that our total was fifteen. Miss Elsie McAnu1ty was our Second Grade teacher.
In the fall of 1947 we found ourselves in a new room and with a new teacher whose name
we soon found to be Mrs. Frances Smith. We lost Elmeree Jaeger, Leland Klinetop, Ruth Arm-
strong, Bobbie Bailey, Patty Bailey, but gained LaVerna Laurence, Billy Townsend, Larry Darrow,
leaving, our total ten,
During the Fourth year of school we had Miss Vivian Wacha , Miss Covell, and Mrs. Morri-
son for our teachers. This year we lost LaVerna Laurence, Billy Townsend, Erma Wells, Virginia
Hoffman but we gained Donald Mitchell, Sandra Techau,
the same total,
and Mary Louise Lcwis leaving, us with
ln the fall of 1949 we were shifted upstairs with Mrs. Amber Barger as our new teacher,
We lost two of our classmates, Gerry Capron and Arnold Pye leaving, us a total of eight pupils.
During our Sixth Grade year we lost Larry Darrow. Sandra Techau, and Mary Louise lewis,
but we gained Bob Conner leaving us a total of six students.
ln 1951 our class roll consisted of Coleen l-lay, Francis Conner, Judy Tallnian, and Lois
Stolte. We gained Eddie Wall but lost Don Mitchell this ycar.
During thc Eighth year of school wc had Mrs. Pillard as ourtcacher. Wu gaincdlacls Micll,
Barbara Watson, and Laurence Rundal and lost Eddie Wall.
We were now entering High School, We had as our teachers Mrs, Bair, Mr. Grccnawald,
Mr. Ridout, and Miss Miller, Enrolled inour class werc: Coleen Hay, Francis Conner, Lois Stoltc,
Barbara Watson, and Judy Tztllmun.
ln the Tenth gradc ourtcachcrs were Mr. Greenawald, Mr. Ridout, and Mrs. Russell, This
year we lost Barbara Watson.
In the Eleventh grade of high school we neither gaihed nor lost any students. Our teachers
were Mr. Amold, Mr. Greenawald, Mrs. Russell.
In the Twelfth grade we gained Vivian Joslin and Carolyn Schaefer, but lost Lois Stoltc,
We were fortunate in having Mr. Greenawald, Mr, Wood, Miss Miller, and Mrs, Russell as our
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We, the senior class of 1957, of the Morley High School being in doubt of sane mind and good
judgement do hereby fhle hopelj declare this to be our last will and testament.
To begin with, we will all unfinished Literature papers and projects to next year's senior class.
Vivian Joslin wills all her ability to write love letters to Beverly Pye. Personally Bev, we don't
think you need the ability,
Francis Conner wills to Maynard VanAntwerp his expert typing ability. Now
lets not overdo it Maynard!
Judy Tallman wills all shoes left behind on the streets of Cedar Rapids to any
other high school students who may pass by and find them.
To Janice Wilken, Coleen Hay wills all spots collected on her clothes such as grease spots and
tar, A bottle of spot remover comes with that too, Jan.
.Carolyn Shaefer wills to Karen Abbott her ability to acquire as many dates as possible in a months
To Mr. Wood, the seniors will a heel-clip dispenser. We hear Bob Newhard will be in charge of '-
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Vivian Joslin wills her interest in a member ofthe U.S. Armed Forces M ' '
to Darlene Jayne. " '- '
Francis Conner wills his acting ability to Arnold Pye, X s
To Paul McConaughy, Carolyn Shaefer wills her Chevle to rod around in when that F-O-R-D 5
doesn't run, We 're not guaranteeing that the Chevie will run either, Paul.
We seniors will to Mrs. Russell an automatic filing system for the papers we
don 't have to do them twice.
hand in so that we
Judy Tallman wills her hair ribbons to Dick VanAntwerp and Merlyn Wilken
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Coleen Hay wills to Bill Catletr her ability to tip her seat over during school hours. Maybe you
will be able to keep it on the ground Bill, as you have longer legs,
We seniors will what is left of our typing erasers ro the junior class to erase all differences we may
To Rita Russell goes all our senior play books to help re mind her of all the hectic nights of prompting.
Don't you wish we would have learned our parts?
Francis Conner wills to Janice Wilken a clean pair of socks since we haven't had a rain in quite
Coleen Hay wills to Larry Kaufman one of her hair curlers so he can keep that frontcurl just right.
To Gene Smith we will an automatic chair folder so he doesn 't have to put so much wear-and -tear
To Miss Miller we will a radar device to keep track of all stray students.
To Mr, Greenawald, we will a fur trimmed bathing suit to be worn on our senior trip to Florida.
To the whole assembly a recreation room to be used in place of finding, mischiefto get into. We
have always wanted one so bad so we hope you get a lot of enjoyment out of it. Now don 't wear
out the jukebox the first day.
And last but not least we, Judy Tallman, Coleen Hay, and Carolyn Shaefer, wish to leave the
care of our pet mice in the hands of Sharon Siver as we feel she has a special interest in them.
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"The Pay Off"
"Wherc's The Fire"
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President .... . , 3
Vice-Prcsldcnr . . . . 2
Treasurer ..... . . . 1
Student Council . .... 4
Basketball . . . . 1,2,3,4
Glee Club . . . 1,2,3,4
Dramarics . . . 1,2,4
Annual Staff ..... . . 4
"Thr: Pay -Off"
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Glee Club ....
Annual sraff . . .
I'm off in my Stanley Steamer.
Vice-President . .
Secretary .... . .
Student Council. . . .
Baseball ..... . .
Basketball . . . .
Annual Staff . . .
" Where 's the Fire"
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mr. Greenawald, Sponsor: Dar-
lene Jayne, Janice Wilken, Rita Russell. SECOND ROW:
Charles Stivers, Allen Joslin, Amold Pye, Bill Catlett, May-
DARLENE IAYNE "Dar"
Basketball 1,2,3g Glee Club 1,2,3.
"Greatest pleasure in life is love. "
JANICE WILKEN "Toots"
President 1,2g Secretary Sp Basketball 1,'2,3g Glee Club 1,2,3g Dramatics 1,3.
RITA RUSSELL "Rite"
Secretary 1: Basketball 1,2,3g Glee Club 1,2,3g Dramatics 1,2,3,
"Has developed an eye for the opposite sex."
CHARLES STIVERS "Chuck"
Vice-President 2,35 Treasurer lg Basketball 1.3.
"There is only one thing you have to do and that is to die."
ALLEN JOSLIN "Red"
Treasurer 2: Vice-President lg Baseball 1,2,3g Basketball 1,2, 3, Student Council 3,
"Does things without much noise."
ARNOLD PYE "Arnie"
Glee Club 1,2,3, Basketball 1,2,3g Baseball 1,2,3.
"Athlete if he didn 't have such big feet."
BILL CATLETT "Wild Bill"
Student Council 23 Baseball 1,2,3g Basketball 1,2,3g Glee Club 1,2,3g Treasurer 3.
"The more a man loves, the more he suffers,"
MAYNARD VAN ANTWERP "Van"
Student Council 13 Secretary 25 Baseball lg Basketball 1.3, Glee Club 1,25 President 3
"With an eye for business in the Senior Class"
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mrs. Russell, Sponsorg Ioyce Watson Frances Holdren
Judy Shankland, Carol Greenawald, Sharon Siver, Elizabeth Bennett SECOND ROW
Ivan Eden, Larry Catlett, Paul Mcflonaughy, Bill Ruhl, Tom I-linrichsen Bob Newhard
Larry Kaufman, Charles Vernon,
Glee Club 1,2
Glee Club 1,2
Basketball 1 ,2,
"Shy and bashful but useful. "
FRANCES HOLDREN "Franie"
"Where art thou Romeol"
IUDITH SHANKLAND "Judd"
Basketball 1,2g Glee Club 1,2.
"Does things with a lot of noise. "
CAROL GREENAWALD "Cal"
Glee Club 1,2g Basketball l,2g Cheerleader 1,2,
"She studies hard and ls in all things faithful
SHARON SIVER "Sharie"
Glee Club 1,2g Basketball 1,2g Cheerleader 1,2.
"She fills her place ln life as no one else can
ELIZABETH BENNETT "Liz"
Basketball 1,2gGlee Club 1.2.
"The more we study, the more we discover our ignorance
IVAN EDEN "Eden"
Baseball 1,23 Basketball 152, Cheerleader 1.2.
"l'm not quiet, just ask me."
Baseball 1,2g Basketball 1,23 Dramatlcs 25 Cheerleader 2.
"His favorite works of Literature are Comic Books
PAUL MC CONAUGHY "Mac"
Glee Club 1,2g Baseball 1,23 Basketball 1,2.
'Someone lend him a crank for his hot rod Ford
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WILLIAM RUHL "Bill "
Dramatics 2g Glee Club 1.2, Baseball 1,2g Basketball 1.2.
"He 's alert when he see a skirt."
THOMAS HINRICHSEN "Tom"
Dramatics 1,25 Baseball 1,25 Basketball 1,23 Glee Club 1,2
"He changes hair oil every '20 miles. "
ROBERT NEWHARD "Bob"
Glee Club l,2.
'Most great men are dead or dying, and I'm not feeling so well myself."
Dramatics lg Glee Club 1,23 Baseball 1,2, Basketball 1.2.
"It's not what you do, it's what you get away with. " .
Cheerleader lg Dramatics 1,2g Baseball 1,2g Basketball 1.2.
"When l find my proper groove, a famous man I'll surely prove.'
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mr, Wood, Sponsor, Lois Kuchenbaker, Margaret Shumaker, Karen Abbott
Beverly Pye, Nelda Conner, Janice Wilken, Ronnie Tallman. SECOND ROW: Pat Davis, DickVanAnt-
werp. Lynn Hansen, Merlyn Wil-ken, Ronnie Stivers, CarI'Mertka, Steven Newhard, James Heinsius.
Glee Club lg Dramatics lg Basketball 1.
"Her level best, nothing less. "
MARGARET SHUMAKER "Margie"
Glee Club 1.
"You can never tell what this girl will do, she always has a way of surprising, you."
KAREN ABBOTT "Abbie"
Glee Club 1g Dramatlcs lg Basketball 1g Secretary 1.
"Cheerfulness is the secret of personality."
Freshman Class fCont.J
BEVERLY PYE "Bev"
"An old maid I'll never be as long as there are fish in the sea. "
NELDA CONNER "Nei"
Glee Club 1g Basketball lg Dramatics 1.
"Like the pyramids--Unchanglng. "
IANICE BENNETT "lan"
Glee Club 15 Basketball 1.
"Modest and quiet but useful."
RONALD TALLMAN "Ronnie"
Basketball 1: Treasurer lg Baseball 1.
"Small but he gets around. "
Baseball lg Basketball 15 Glee Club 1. I
'You may be better than I, but I don 't believe it, "
RICHARD VAN ANTWERP "Dick"
President lg Baseball 1.
"Carries one subject and drags three. "
Basketball 1g Baseball 1.
"Silently through the halls he goes, what's on his mind nobody knows
MERLYN WILKEN "Mun"
Basketball lg Vice-President lg Baseball 1,
"Enjoy yourself - Life is short."
RONALD STIVERS "Ronnie"
"Every mile is two in winter."
CARL MERTKA "Buzzie"
Dramatics lg Cheerleader lg Student Council 1.
"There are two sides to every question-My side and the wrong, side.
STEVEN NEWHARD "Steve"
"What he's been taught, he 's forgotten, What he knows he's guessed. "
JAMES HEINSUIS "Jim"
Baseball lg Basketball 15 Glee Club l,
"Pleasant and modest is this lad."
FRONT ROW: Alice Oxten, Rosalene Catlett, Karen Simmons, Betty Crawford, Florence Duncan, Diane
Hora, Mr. Wood, Sponsor. BACK ROW: Gerald Stolte, Raymond Findlay, Bruce Hay, Gary Nissen,
Darell Blake, Larry Jayne. .
SIXTH AND SEVENTH GRADES
FRONT ROW: Mary Kay Frankhauser, Merle Findlcy. John Koppenhaver, Curtis Bennett, Charles Hansen,
Richard Ellison, Nancy Joslin, Judy McConaug,hy, Karen Kuchel, Lowell Klinefeltcr, Dick Stivers, Clair
June. BACK ROW: Mrs. Pillard, Camille Siver, John Jackson, Tom Hiensins, Linda Joslin, Sharon
Hanna, Tom Grecnawald, Fritz Meineke, Robert Hansen, Jim Kuchenbaker,
FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADES
FRONT ROW: Mrs. Bargct, Gary Achenbach, Harold Kinkaid, Susan Schaefer, Diane Klinefelter, Sheri
Greenawald, Helen Gamble, Sandra Smith, Barbara Jayne, Raymond Dirks, Leroy Stoltu, James Abbott.
BACK ROW: Richard Simmons, Duane Ellison, Dalc Woodcr, Dorothy Blake, Carol Gamble, Jean llan-
sen, Kathy Joslin, Larry Jackson, Totn Hanna, Orin Davis, David Ortgies.
SECOND AND THIRD GRADES
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Charles Findley, Don Vonliehren, Bruce Ehresrnan, Vicky Smith, Becky
Smith, Peggy Yarrington, Leonard Dirks, Rose Ann Kinkaicl, Darlene Ellison, SECOND ROW: Mrs.
Greenawald, Steven Joslin, Nancy Meineke, Sally Robinson, David Weaver, Don Brokaw, Joe Conner,
Marilyn Siver. THIRD ROW: Charles Heinsius, Curtis Barger, Dennis Duncan, Donna June, Jim Sim-
tnons, Merle Catlett, Myron Ehresman, Cynthia Smith, Peggy Smith.
PRIMARY AND FIRST GRADES
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Ricky June, Michael Smith, Craig Smith, Terry Barger, Denise Hanna, Fay
Tilton, Duane Meineke, Terry Kinkaid, Betty VonBehren, Nancy Hefilefinger. SECOND ROW: Dale
Conner, Tom Hefflefinger, David Greenawald, Roy Frankhouser, Gary Smith, Jim Joslin, David Wells,
Carl Ransford, Gunther Christiassen. THIRD ROW: Mary Hanna, Jo Ann Klinefelter, Janet Jackson
Susan Hay, Susan Robinson, Terry Tilton, Mary Jayne, Sharon Simmons. Teacher, Mrs. Schoon.
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Karen Abbott, Carol Greenawald, Rita Russell, Joyce Watson, Sharon
Siver, Judy Tallnian, Coleen Hay, Elizabeth Bennett, Janice Wilken, Darlene Jayne, Nelda Conner,
Judy Shankland. BACK ROW: Vivian Joslin, Coach, L. D. Grcenawald: Margaret Shumaker.
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Coach, L. D. Greenawald: Joyce Watson, Lois Kuchenbnkcr, Frances
Holclren, Janice Bennett, Sharon Sivet. BACK ROW: Darlene Jayne, Vivian Joslin, Rita Russell, Carol
Greenawald, Beverly Pye, Elizabeth Bennett, Karen Abbott.
Boy 5 Ba kefball Team
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Larry Kaufman, Larry Carlett, Paul McConaughy, Par Davis, Bill Ruhl.
SECOND ROW: Coach, Charles L. Wood: Charles Vernon, Tom Hinrichsen, Allen Joslin, Arnold Pye,
Merlyn Wilken. THIRD ROW: Tom Greenawald, Ronnie Tallman, Lynn Hansen, Charles Silvers, Ronnie
Stivers, Ivan Eden, James Heinsius.
yy Ba' ebdll Team
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Larry Catlett, Tom Hlnrichsen, Larry Kaufman, Bill Ruhl, Paul McConaughy,
Allen Joslin, Francis Conner. SECOND ROW: Charles Vernon, Pat Davis, Bill Carlen, Arnold Pye,
Merlyn Wilken, Dick VanAnrwerp, Lynn Hansen. THIRD ROW: Coach, Charles L. Wood: Ronnie
Srivers, Ivan Eden, Jim Heinsius, Ronnie Tallman, Tom Greenawald.
FREE THROWS TOTAL
GRADE MADE MISSED POINTS FOULS
12 74 89 269 33
11 36 71 229 60
11 18 18 46 28
10 53 58 317 30
10 1 2 29
9 7 12 26 19
FREE THROWS TOTAL
GRADE MADE MISSED POINTS FOULS
10 9 9 71 15
9 11 1'7 91 32
10 3 2 7 3
11 36 21 178 43
10 19 24 95 31
10 43 50 149 51
11 1 2 5
10 113 '71 337 49
10 5 15 27 18
BASEBALL STATISTIC S
AB. mrs WALKS AVERAGE
27 a 3 111
42 11 o 262
49 16 o 329
39 10 0 256
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ao 4 2 133
29 5 a 172
24 1 3 042
19 3 1 158
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Camile Siver, Alice Ouen, Rosie Carleu, Janice Bennerr, Karen Simmons, Sharon Hannah. Linda
Joslin, Beverly Pye, Nelda Conner, Berry Crawford, Lois Kuchenbaker, Diane Hora, Florence Duncan.
IN BACKGROUND: L. D. Greenawald, Coach: Margaret Shumaker, Manager.
FRONT ROW, Left ro Right: Bruce Hay, Raymond Findley, Gary Nissen, Tom Greenawald, Darrell
Blake. SECOND ROW: Johnny Iackson, Jim Kuchenbaker, Tom Heinisus, Gerald Stolte, Larry Jayne,
Coach, Chuck Wood.
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Morley! Morley! Morley!
Carol Greenawald, Suaron Siver,
BACK HOW: Ivan Eden, Carl Mertka,
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Judy Tallman, Coleen Hay, Lois Kuclrenhaker, Joyce Watson, Frances
Holdren. Janice Bennett, Betty Crawford, Diane Hora, Florence Duncan, Karen Simmons, Rosalene
Carlett, Alice Otten. SECOND ROW: Janice Wilken, Darlene Jayne, Vivian Joslin, Judy Shankland,
Carolyn Schaefer, Sharon Siver, Rita Russell, Carol Greenawald, Elizabeth Bennett. Karen Abbott,
Margaret Shumaker, Nelda Conner. THIRD ROW: Bruce Hay, Ronnie Stivers, Dick Vaniintwerp. Ronnie
Tallrnan, Paul McConaugl1y, Bill Ruhl, Tommy Hinrichsen, Bob Newhard, Larry Kaufman, Merlyn,
James Heinsiui, Mrs. Russell, Director. FOURTH ROW: Gerald Stolre, Raymond Findley, Darrell
Blake, Maynard Vanflntwerp, Bill Catlett, Gary Nissen, Arnold Pye, Par Davis, Carl Mertka, Sreven
Newlrard, Charles Vernon, Larry Jayne.
FRONT ROW: Janice Wilken, Coleen Hay, Vivian Joslin, Rita Russell, Judy Shankland, Indy Tallman
Sharron Siver, Carol Greerlawald, Nelda Conner, SECOND ROW: Karen Abbott, Carl lxlertka, Charle
Vernon, Larry Catlett, Bill Ruhl, Tommy Hinriclts-sn, Lois Kuchenbaker, Mrk. Ruswll, Director.
FRONT ROW, Left to Righl: Larry Kaufman, Bill Cat-
lette, Allen Joslin, Gary Nissen. SECOND ROW: Charles
Vernon, Francis Conner, Paul McConaughy, Tom Hin-
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Phone 321 Anamosa, Iowa
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