Morning Sun High School - Tiger Yearbook (Morning Sun, IA)
- Class of 1968
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Dedication . . . . . . 2
Seniors ....... .... 3
Administration . . . .............. . . . 17
Faculty .............................. . . . 20
Bus Drivers, Cooks, and Custodians .... . . . 22
Activities . . . . . . 26
Sports ..... . . 33
Snaps ...... . . 43
Undergrads .... . . 45
Junior High . . . . . 49
Grades ......... . . 53
Grade Faculty . . . . . 54
To Mrs. Freda Willson, who has encouraged the students of our school to
excel in Mathematics, sports, and activities, the Class of 1968 dedicates this
Mrs. Willson graduated from Morning Sun High School in 1923. Continuing
her education she graduated from Coe College on June 8, 1927 with a Bachelor
of Science in Mathematics.
After teaching in Yarmouth from 1944-1946 she came to Morning Sun. She
taught Mathematics at Morning Sun from 1946-1968. For awhile during the
Second World War she taught Business Courses.
The Class of 1968 wishes to express thanks and appreciation of Mrs. Wil1son's
fairness in grades, humor in awkward situations, and for being an outstanding
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Student Council -
James A . Hostetter
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Publications - . . . . . . . .
Dramatics . . .
Becky R. Kimble
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Adell J. Aynes
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Richard B. Bryant
Football . . .
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Class Officer . . .
Student Council . .
Athletic Manager .
Kathie J. Beck
Mixed Chorus . . .
Girls Glee ....
Class Officer . . .
Student Council . - -
Michael L. Buster
Publications . . .
Drarnatics . . -
Jim E . Bigger staff
Football . . .
Dramatics . .
Dwight E. Byerly
Basketball . . .
Dramatics . . -
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John E. Corey
Football . . ---'-- 4
Wrestling --.- ------- 1
Tragk ....... 1,2,3,4
Publications .- ------- 4
Dramatics ... --. 3
Donald E. Dill
Football ..... .. l,2,3,4
Track ....... . . . 1. 2 , 3
Golf .......... ..... 4
Mixed Chorus . . . - - 4
Publications . . . . . 4
Class Officer ...... .... 2
Student Council . . . . . 1,3
Dramatics ..... -- 3
Dennis C. Crow
Publications ---- - - - 4
Dramatics ---- - - - 3
Rebecca A. Evans
Publications . . . . . 4
Class Officer . . . .
Drarnatics ... ... 3
Trudy L. Dean
Basketball .... . . , 1.2
Mixed Chorus .... . . . 1
Publications . . . . . . 4
Dramatics .... . . 3
Ada R. Lambert
Basketball .... .. 1,2,3,4
Softball ....... ..... 1 ,2
Mixed Chorus .... .. 1,2,3,4
Girls Glee ..... ..... 1 ,2
Band ......... .. 1,2,3,4
Publications . . . .... . . . 4
Class Officer . . . . . . 3
Librarian .... . . . 3,4
Science Club . . . . . 4
Dramatics . . . .. 3
Daniel C. lnghram
Football .... .. 3,4
Wrestling . . . .... . . . 3
Basketball . .. ... 1,2,4
Track ....... ....... 1 ,3
Baseball ...... l,2,3,4
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Band ......... . . 1,2 , 3
Publications , , , , , , , 4
Dramatics .. .. 3
Sharon K. Mabeus
Mixed Chorus . . . . . 1
Girls Glee ..... . . 1
Publications . . . . . . . . 4
Librarian , , , . . . 3,4
Dramatics ., . .. .. 3
William W. Ivins
Football ,,,, . . . 4
Track ...... .. . 1,2
Golf ........ . . 4
Publications , , , . . 4
Dramatics .. . . . 3
Marilyn L. McKeown
Mixed Chorus ,,.1,2,3,4
Girls Glee 1,2
Publications , , , , , , 3,4
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Dramatics ,,,, .. 3
Dennis C . McDonald
Football . . .
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Linda L. Ruble
Basketball . . .
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Drarnatics . .
Randy L. McKee
Class Officer . .
Dramatics . 1 .
Dan L. Sands
Football . . .
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Publications . .
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Christie L. Wolfe
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Wrestling . . .
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Edward L. Wright
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The senior class of 1968 started their book chasing in the fall of 1955. All toll, there were 38 of us in kin-
dergarten under the sponsorship of Mrs. Rabendeaux. We were split in half with 19 country children and 19
town children. The country kids went to school in the morning. They included Janice Cunningham, Donna Stapp,
Christie Wolfe, Annice Hamilton, Sharon Mabeus, Janie McElhinney, Jim Biggerstaff, Bob Boline. Robbie
Boysen, John Corey, Don Crabill, Tim Elliott, Dan Inghram, Dennis McDonald, Steven Mesecher. Danny
Pogemiller, Danny Sands, John Thomas, and Jim Hostetter. The town kids went in the afternoon. They inclu-
ded: Janice McElroy, Marilyn McKeown, Becky Evans, Shirley Wilson, Becky Kimble, Kathie Beck, Terry
Greig, Connie Baxter, Trudi Dean, Peggy Gimer, Jamie Griffith, Car01Br0wn, Richard Bryant. Dennis Hart-
man, Eddie Wright, Bill Ivins, Mike Buster, Craig Johnston, Kenneth Hobbs, Larry Tisor, Dennis Crow, Jim
Brown, Gary Ruble, and Donnie Dill.
In the first grade, under the leadership of Mrs. Beck, we lost 5 members of our class. They were Peggy
Gimer, Carol Brown, Janice Cunningham, Don Crabill, and Steven Mesecher. This lowered our number to 33
In second grade, we took on the leadership of Mrs. DeYarman. That year we lost 4 members and gained 2.
We lost Terry Craig, Donna Stapp, Gary Ruble, and Bob Boline. We gained Marlene Mowery, and Steven Good-
now. At the end of the year we had 31 members.
Mrs. Hetherington took hold of the reins in third grade. That year we lost 4 and gained 3. This made an even
30 in our class then. We lost Dennis Hartman, Craig Johnston, Tim Elliott, and Danny Pogemiller. We gained
Manny Calvin, David Calvin, and Randy McKee.
Then Miss Brown took the lead rope in the fourth grade. That year we lost Jim Brown, Steven Goodnow, and
Janice McElroy. Moose didn't like that very well. We gained Virginia lnness and Ray Lowe. That made our
class total 29.
In the fifth grade, Mrs. Caldwell lassoed us. That year we lost Marlene Mowery, Virginia Inness, and Kenny
Hobbs. We gained Carol Brown, Barbara Hoffman, and Ada Lambert. In the sixth grade we had moved from the
grade school to the high school building. The boys were leading the pack with 19 accounted for, and the girls
were bringing up the rear with a mighty 14. In the sixth grade, under the spanking hand of Mrs. McElhinney, is
where the action began. Eddie Wright always told she had a wicked paddle. It seemed like Eddie was always
going outside for a moment. Anyway, we lost Barbara Hoffman and Ray Lowe. Terry Parkhurst became a mem-
ber of our great class that year, and has never regretted it since.
Seventh grade came and we were in Junior High. Boy, what a way to live! We were always having a big free-
for-all with the eighth grade. We got to play Junior High Basketball that year and man--what an experience. We
lost Larry Tisor and gained Frank Hayes and Kenny Staggers.
Then we moved on to the eighth grade. We were the king of the Jr. -Hi. We ruled the roost. That year we lost
Manny and David Calvin, Frank Hayes, Kenny Staggers, and Carol Brown. We didn't gain anyone so we finished
our Junior High years with 29 members accounted for.
Then the work began as we entered the freshman class of High School. The doors were locked, no more re-
cess. Boy, what worse torture could you give a person? We finally got used to the idea and buckled down to our
books. At least that's what we did when we weren't getting knocked around by the upper classmen. We lost Rob-
bie Boysen, but gained Barbara Hoffman, Betty Boline, Vicki Calvin, Linda Ruble, Adell Aynes, and Dwight
Then we advanced as sophomores. They aren't supposed to do much so we were just there. We still got
pushed around a lot but that's just part of growing up. We lost Janie McElhinney and Barbara Hoffman and
gained Earl Reger.
The next year we were Juniors. That's the year y0u're almost to the top and you get to start pushing the un-
derclassmen around. We had to have a Junior-Senior Prom, too. Boy-did it ever scare us when it came Fri-
day, the day of the Prom, and we had just started working. We got done about 5:30 P.M. and the banquet was
to start at 6:30. When we all got cleaned up and back to the banquet, we didn't even look like the same people.
Well, we all thought it was a lot of fun until it came to cleaning it up. Well, enough said. Back to the statistics.
Beginning that year we lost Earl Reger, but We added Ruth Strawhacker to the ranks so it evened out at 33 at
the end of the Junior year.
Then came the fourth and final year of our high school career. We were the king of the hill once more. We
did everything that was ever asked of us. We didn't even know what the word SENIORITIS meant. Due to cir-
cumstances beyond our control, we lost Connie Baxter, Annice Hamilton, Betty Boline and Vicki Calvin. We
didn't gain any so we were going to, we hoped, end the year with 29 accounted for. We hoped. because there
seemed to be more homework and less time. But after it's all over, we'll miss school in one way or another.
Altogether, 23, of us made it all the way from kindergarten to seniors as a group. The best of luck to the un-
derclassmen and someday you'll see how good we were to you.
"CLASS OF '68"
'last will and eatameni
We the class of 1968, being of sound mind 69? of the time, do hereby will the following:
I, Jim Biggerstaff, will to Steve Kellogg my ability to make all band rehearsals.
I, Becky Evans, will all the thumb tacks, chalk, etc. that was thrown at me in Sociology class back to Larry
Tisor so he can throw them at someone else next year.
We, the shop class of "68" will to Art Carpenter, one putty knife, ice pick, 7!16 wrench, and 9f16 socket.
We also will him a years supply of "Secret" to keep him cool, calm, and collected at all times.
I, Mike Buster, will Mick Johnson my ability to stay clear of all the near by rock quarries.
We, the Senior Boys, will to all the Junior girls, Sandy's door hugging abilities.
I, Ada Lambert, will to Jeanne Dill my stilts that I received last year in hopes she can put them to good use.
I, Kathie Beck, leave Georgeann Griffith, my love for Monmouth College.
I, Jamie Griffith, leave Georgeann Griffith, one set of dilapidated physics notes for future use.
We, Jamie and Kathie, leave Georgeann and Jeanne our "stick-togethernessu.
I, Chris Wolfe, will Pam Keltner, some material to sew on the bottom of her dresses.
I, Danny Sands, will the Junior boys a pair of scissors to cut it off.
We, Christie, Jamie, and Ada, will to Patty McClure an outfit to be kept on the basketball bus for those oc-
casions when she forgets hers.
We, Sharon Mabeus, Jim Biggerstaff, and Chris Wolfe, will to Steve Kellogg, our ability to keep the bus
under control at all times.
I, Chris Wolfe, will Georgeann and Pam, a Sear's and Roebuck for future use.
I, Jim Biggerstaff, will to Les Edwards, my ability to win in wrestling.
I. John Corey, will to Mike Minnis my running ability in hopes that he will go out for track again.
I, Becky Evans, will all my "True Story" magazines to anyone that wants them because I don't have anymore
use for them.
I, Adell Aynes, will my ability to skip school without getting caught to Destiny Calvin.
We, Adell and Becky will our ability to do dishes at school, to Diane Pulse since she does them at the res-
I, Adell, will to Diane the ability to solve her problems with Randy.
I, Ed Wright, will to Dave Nichols my ability to get along with the teachers.
I, Dan Sands, will to Larry Hudson, by exceptional ability to stay in tune in band.
I, Ed Wright, will to Les, a little of my skill and theory of wrestling.
I, Rich Bryant, will to Mick Johnson, my study hall at noon in hopes that he won't have so many fights.
I, Ed Wright, will to Pam Keltner. some advice on how to keep quiet in study hall by just sleeping.
I, John Thomas, leave Sandy my parking place at the west end of the schoolhouse.
We, the Senior Class, will to Mr. Elder, our ability to stay calm in study hall.
I. John Thomas, will to the Junior class, my superior driving ability so that they can will it to the next Jun-
I, Becky Kimble, will Georgann Griffith, one seatbelt which was willed to me in hopes that she may sit safely
I, Shirley Wilson, will to Sandy, my superb driving habits.
I. Linda Ruble, will Sandy, my Red Mustang, so that she won't have to worry about going to the Prom in her
We, Shirley, Ruth, and Becky, will Sandy all our demerits for talking in the 7th period Study Hall.
We, Linda, Ruth, Becky, and Sharon, will to Sandy one dozen safety pins in case of accidents.
I, John Thomas, will Dave Nichols, my great tackling ability.
We, Bill Ivins and John Thomas, will Micky Johnson our ability to leave girls alone so that he may continue
I, Dwight Byerly, will to Steve, Mick, Denny, and Lawrence, my lucky poster that I carried throughout the
tournaments for the next years' basketball season.
I, Dennis McDonald, will Steve Kellogg, my football helmet so that his whole body will be protected next
year in football.
I, Dan Inghram, will to Dave Nichols, my ability to get a haircut every five months whether I need it or not.
I, Don Dill, will to Larry Tisor, my Judo ability in hopes that he can defend himself against those tough
I, Dwight Byerly, will to Larry Tisor, my experience of driving without loosing my license.
I, Dan Inghram. will to Mike, my outstanding ability to be at the bus ahead of everyone else.
I. Dennis McDonald, will to Dave Nichols the ability to start a fight without being in it.
I, Dwight Byerly, will Mr. Howard, a new motor for his old '53 Chevy.
We, Don, Dennis, Dan and Dan will back to Mr. Elder all the weapons he used on us trying to keep us quiet in
in 3rd period Study Hall. We also will him a new ink pen because his old one went dry writing demerits for us.
We, the Senior boys will to Mick Johnson, a set of "Sure-Go" mud tires in hopes that we will never get stuck.
We, the Senior boys, will to Denny Callahan, one log chain so that in case he gets stuck, he will be able to
pull himself out.
We, the Senior boys, will to Caldwell, a Super Sheriff Badge so that he can show it the next time he gets
picked up for speeding.
We, the Senior Class, will the Junior Class our great ability to be present at all class play rehearsals.
We, the Senior Class of 1968, will the Junior Class one case of pills so that they will not get "Senioritis. "
I'm the sufferer of an unusual affliction,
That leaves me with the power of prediction.
It's not to my benefit -- not in the slightest,
To be a victim of "Senioritis".
A week ago I suffered an attack.
My whole world went entirely black.
When I awoke I was at our school.
But everything was changed -- I felt like a fool.
On entering the school I was not a bit phased,
But looking at a calender I was really amazedy
The year 2000 now was the date,
"Senioritis" had taken me ahead of '68.
Being naturally "nosey" -- and quite curious,
I climbed the stairs -- fast and furious.
The first class I noticed was very busy,
Looking at the teacher I became dizzy.
Working an experiment, there she sat,
It must not have went well -- she made a face like a rat.
Her face was familiar -- I knew it well,
There teaching science was Becky Kimble.
Now to the next room -- it was Math.
Who was the teacher? -- old Jim Biggerstaff.
I knew Jim would do something along this line,
'cause he'd worked with a lot of figures in his time.
Entering the Home Ec. room -- I got quite a shock,
Instead of cooking they were studying a rock.
I asked "but why" -- this took courage to muster,
The answer was plain -- they were taught by Mike Buster
Up the stairs through the door,
I was anxious to see much more.
The building itself hadn't changed any,
But the personnel had really changed plenty.
In teaching business one has to be short and stalky,
Another qualification is to be rather -- talky.
So going into the business room it was no surprise,
To see short little Trudi batting her eyes.
Shirley Wilson was always among,
One of those noted for speaking in tongues.
So Spanish she led like a brilliant flame,
That is dear friends the days she came.
Adjective, gerund, pronoun, verb,
Ada Lambert's the new English teacher I over heard.
They told me she 'd replaced a girl who's hair was misty,
The girl had got married -- her name was Christie.
If it seems I've left the coaches rooms bare,
It's not that I'm bias or being unfair.
But Morning Sun coaches sort of always roamed loose,
Such was the case with Don, Dan, and Moose.
I was so hungry when the noon bell came,
I ran with the kids -- lunch time was the same.
Down in the lunchroom -- looking ready to bomb us,
Was that lunch punching principal John Charles Thomas.
On the menu was a gourmet delight,
That wonderful soup with the peas split just right.
The orange juice was mixed with the utmost pains,
By the two great cooks Miss Evans and Miss Aynes.
Glancing at the teachers table I noticed a small crowd,
In the middle was Terry Parkhurst looking very proud.
He was the Shop teacher, to me he looked older,
He was showing the other teachers his unusual belt holder.
As I finished lunch, in came a man,
With a scrub brush, .a mop, a pail, and a pan.
Oh, I remembered that man -- a party he could liven,
But now he was the janitor -- poor Bill Ivin.
Now upstairs I decided to go,
To see who was seeming to run this show.
I went to the office, with a sense of fear,
Because I knew the honorable leader was near.
For many years it seemed to me,
That the school secretary always had beauty.
Such was the case -- it still was the truth,
For there as the secretary, was pretty little Ruth.
The superintendent I begged her to see,
Ruth told me they called him Mr. B.
"Was he still here?" -- bold yet reliant.
The characteristics were the same but now it was Rich Bryant
After talking awhile I asked Mr. B. ,
Who could the school board possibly be.
He told me the school board was sort of a lemon,
Because it was composed of 50fZg women.
Sharon, Linda, Marilyn were three
Then Dennis Crow and Randy McKee.
A word about the president -- in a way he was a lamb,
Because after 32 years John still was chasing Pam.
After sometime it became clear,
That those were musical sounds, I could hear.
It seemed music and marriage was a game,
From Charlotte and Elbert to Danny and Jam.
The yellow school buses came into sight,
They were driven by Jim and Eddie and Dwight.
The kids on the buses I wished them well,
'cause those guys used to drive like -- swell.
As soon as the buses left the drive,
I was returned to my world -- safe and alive.
I realized that it was only a dream,
No matter how true it really did seem.
In conclusion dear friends this was written for fun,
And everything said -- was said as a pun.
So please no violence -- don't condemn,
I enjoyed getting to write this -- Amen.
MORNING SUN HIGH SCHOOL
WEDNESDAY, May 22, 1968
8:00 P. M.
Processional . . . . . Carolyn Hamilton
Invocation . . . . . . Rev. Edward Fish
Salutatory Address . . . . . . Ada Lambert
"Halls of Ivy"--Class of '68 .... Russell Knight
Valedictory Address ....
C itiz enship Award
. . Jamie Griffith
. . . Kenneth Moore
Dr. Fred Blick
"The Call of Tomorrow?
"Climb Every Mountain" ............ Rodgers Sz
-- Girls' Sextet Hammerstein
Presentation of Diplomas ...... Charles Beck,
Dick Sands, Dr. R. E. Dill
Benediction . . . . . . Rev. Edward Fish
Recessional . . . . . . Carolyn Hamilton
HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM
SUNDAY, MAY l9, 1968
8:00 P. M.
Processional . . . . . . Carolyn Hamilton
Invocation . . . .... Rev. G. M. Robb
"Go Not Far From Me, . . Double Mixed Quartet
Oh God" Zingarelli
Sermon ......... . ...... Rev. Frank Greenwood
"The Lord's Prayer" ...... Rosemary Johnston
Benediction ........ . . . Dr. G. M. Robb
Recessional .... . . . Carolyn Hamilton
Presenting: Miss Donnita Dill
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Mr. Robert L. Bishop has completed seven
years of outstanding service as Superintendent of
the Morning Sun Community Schools. He was
granted both a Bachelor of Science Degree and a
Master of Science Degree from Drake University.
He did graduate work at Arizona State, Southwest
Missouri State, and at the State University of
Iowa. Mr. Bishop is very Well qualified for the
important position he holds by his experience and
Mr. Bishop has resigned his post as Superin-
tendent of the Morning Sun Community High School
after seven years of service.
His help and guidance has been greatly appre-
ciated by the Class of '68.
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Mr. Wayne D. Allen has served as principal of
the Morning Sun High School since 1965. Pre-
viously, from 1929 to 1947, he served as super-"
Mr. Allen received his Bachelor of Arts degree
from the State University of Iowa. He did graduate
work at Iowa Wesleyan College and at the State
University of Iowa.
Mr. Allen deserves many thanks for his very
helpful guidance and counseling from the class of
Robert Bishop, Superintendentg Susan Smith, Secretary, Lester Lee, President, Raymond Dill, Charles
Beck, Vice President, Bill Kellogg, Dick Sands.
Mrs. Smith deserves many thanks from the
Class of '68.
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Mrs. Pierce has served as school nurse for
the past year and deserves a lot of thanks for
Jr. Sz Sr. High
Sponsors Student Council
A.A. LaGrange College
A. B. Culver-Stockton College
Football, Track and Wrestling.
B. S. Northwest Missouri
Sr. High History and Social
Senior Class Sponsor
B. A. Simpson
High School English
B.A. Iowa Wesleyan
Jr. High Math
Seventh Grade Sponsor
Sophomore Class Sponsor
B. S. Northwest Missouri
Jr. High History and Social
Baseball and Assistant Foot-
B. S. Northeast Missouri
BONNIE MCDONA LD
High School English
B. S. Colorado State University
M.A. Colorado State Univer-
Elementary Jr. and Sr. High CHARLOTTE EDEI-'BROCK
High School Vocal Music
M. M. MacMurray College
Advanced Work Toward Ph. D. B. M. Millikin University.
at University of Illinois and
Jr. High Science
Elementary, Jr. High Vocal
State College of Iowa
B S Iowa Wesleyan Iowa Wesleyan College
JANICE BRYANT BARBARA HEWITT
Jr. and Sr. High Jr- High English
Home-EC. 6th Grade Sponsor
Junior Class Sponsors
B.A. Iowa Wesleyan
Iowa State University B.S.
LESLIE FISHER FREDA WILLSON
Industrial Arts Shop
Sr. High Math
Junior Class Sponsor
B.S. Northwest Missouri B.S. Coe College
Gustie Johnson Wanda Harris Irene Gregory
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Callahan, Dwight Byerly, Sharon Mabeus, Marcia Swanson, Ann Dean. Standing left to right
Mr. Howard, Chris Wolfe, Rosemary Johnston, Becky Kimble, Linda Ruble.
Sitting left to right: Neal Kerr,
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Clure, Mary Nichols, Mr. Elder.
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son, Doug Buster.
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Donald, Dan Inghram. Standing
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David Vickers, Doug Buster, Nancy Harris, Rhonda Jacobs, Cindy Dopler, Penny Kerr, Pam Keltner,
Georgann Griffith. Right side starting from bottom: Nancy Earnest, Linda Wilkerson, Tim Johnson, Kathie
Beck, Sandy McCune, Carla Hamilton, Beth Caldwell, Erlene Bishop, Carolyn Carr, Teresa Callahan,
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Lois McKeown, Connie Thomas, Mary Nichols, Erlene Bishop, Rosemary Johnston,
Kathy Hostetter, Ann Harbison, Martha Vickers. Second row: Cindy Fletcher, Marie
Lambert, Teresa Callahan, Pam Keltner, Penny Kerr, Marilyn McKeown, Ada Lam-
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Cindy Dopler, Georgeann Griffith, Jamie Griffith, Pat Harris, Joyce Blair, Becky Bryant. Second
Row: Kathie Beck, Beth Caldwell, Linda Wilkerson, Sandy McCune, Nancy Earnest, Erlene Bishop,
Patty McClure, Jeannie Dill, Cindy Fletcher, Betsy Sands, Kirk McE1hinney, Janet McDonald, Carla
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Leonard Biggerstaff, Danny Sands, Connie Thomas, Lawrence Hudson, LyNann Jacobs, Marie Lam-
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Jean Bedlow ......, ...... - Jeanne Dill
Mrs. Carol Bedlow . . . .,... Patty McClure
Evie Cumberland . . . . . . Georgeann Griffith
Joe Bates ........ ....... M ike Minnis
Matt Kline . . . .... Dave Nichols
Grace Horner . . . .... Sandy McCune
Roger Yoder .... . . . Lawrence Hudson
Sis Donnell . . . ..... Pam Keltner
Bill Donnell . . . . Mickey Johnson
Bob Donnell . . . . . Steve Kellogg
Charlie ..... . . . Destiny Calvin
Ed ......................... Larry Tisor
"THE DANCING GHOST"
Miss Bonnie McDonald
The Junior Class of Morning Sun High School presented CAROUSEL in the Morning Sun High School gymnasi
um, Friday evening, April 19, 1968. The meal for the banquet was prepared by the mothers of the Junior
Class. Following the meal was a short program during which Dennis McDonald and Kathie Beck were crowned
king and queen of the 1968 Prom. John Thomas read the history, Kathie Beck read the prophecy, Dan Sands
read the will, and Mr. Robert Nelson was the guest speaker. The dance music was provided by the Trippers
The dance highlighted a lovely evening at CAROUSEL.
The Waiters are from left to right: Darren Delzell,
Scott Stotlar, Neal Kerr, Percy Springsteen, Dan
Earnest, Ron McDonald, Jeff Smith. The waitresses
are from left to right: Betsy Sands, Cindy Fletcher,
Teresa Callahan, Joyce Blair, Becky Bryant, Linda
Wilkerson, Marcia Swanson.
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Jim Hostetter, John Corey, Ed Wright. Second Row: Steve Kellogg, Mike Minnis, Dave Nichols, Mick John-
son, Denny Callahan, Don Dill, Dan Sands, Dan Inghram. Third Row: Head Coach, Jerry Knauss, Les Ed-
wards, Darren Delzell, Percy Springsteen, Harold Boline, Ron Samuels, John Griffin, Joe Stotlar, Mana-
ger, Rick Simmons. Fourth Row: Assistant Coach, Bill Caldwell, Leonard Biggerstaff, Jeff Wilkerson,
Doug Lee, Nick Hobbs, Dave Barth, Raymond Delzell, Manager, Kevin Hall, Assistant Coach, Bob Nelson.
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20 Highland 53 14 1
27 New London 6 7
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10 LKLM 40 27
The three monkeys on the bar are our all-conference boys.
They are ffrom left to rightj Jim Biggerstaff, Don Dill, and
Dennis McDonald. "Big" made it as an offensive guard, "Doc"
as a defensive halfback, and "Moose" as the offensive fullback
These boys did a fine job and deserved the honor they re-
We would also like to congratulate Dennis on making fifth
Jam 16 Gr1ff1th
Christie Wolfe Kathie Beck
The activities for the Homecoming really began on Thursday and Friday nights. Thursday night there were
some excellent speeches, one given by Mr. Nelson, along with the Snake Dance. There were also some good
skits at the Bonfire.
Dan Sands, President of the Student Council, Crowned Jamie Griffith Homecoming Queen of 1968. Christie
Wolfe, Ruth Strawhacker, and Kathie Beck were her attendants along with Dennis McDonald, Jim Biggerstaff,
Don Dill, and Rich Bryant as escorts.
The M. S. Tigers defeated the Danville Bears by a score of 74 to 13. It was really a great game! The win-
ning floats were as follows: First Place, Freshmen with "looking Into A Victory", Second Place, went to the
Sophomores with ' Surrounded by Good Luck' , Third Place to the Juniors, "A Grave Day", and Fourth Place
to the Seniors with "Four Quarters of Good Luck."
The Homecoming Dance, sponsored by the Seniors was held in the High School lunchroom, The Echoes of
Night providing the music. The Seniors sold white mums, the traditional Homecoming Flower and at midnight
the dance ended a week of enthusiasm and spirited activities.
Kneeling left to right Marcia Swanson Ann Dean, Ada Lambert, Christie Wolfe
Jamie Griffith Vicki Byerly Joyce Bla1r Georgeann Griffith, Jeanne D111 Linda
Wilkerson Standing left to right Coach B111 Caldwell, Shirley Strawhacker Kathy
Hostetter Mary Nichols Connie Thomas Teresa Callahan, Penny Kerr Pam
Keltner Patty McClure Betsy Sands Marie Lambert, Carolyn Hannlton Lois
Kneeling: Lawrence Hudson, Denny Callahan, Dan Inghram, Don Dill, Jim Hostetter, Dwight
Byerly, Neal Kerr, Dan Sands, Mickey Johnson, Steve Kellogg, Rich Bryant, Jon Inghram.
Standing: Coach, Bob Nelson, Managers, Tom Fish and Mark Keltner.
November Danville T 53-42
December New London T 82-64
Columbus Junction H 50-62
Lone Tree T 65-45
Wapello H 61-76
January L8zM T 59-50
Mediapolis H 57-80
Danville H 50-58
Lone Tree H 43-63
Wapello T 61-7 6
New London H 71-35
Winfield-Mt. Union H 64-73
West Point H 50-76
February Mediapolis T 59-68
Highland H 73-59
LSLM H 54-57
Winfield-Mt. Union H 67-87
February New London Mediapolis 51-63
West Burlington 35-62
Y, Aquanis 53-71
March Stritch 57-65
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Hewitt, Raymond Delzell. Second Row: Jim Biggerstaff, Dennis McDonald, Percy Spring-
steen, Dave Nichols, Les Edwards, Ed Wright. Third Row: Coach Jerry Knauss, Jeff Wilk-
erson, Mel Baird, Dennis Dietrich, Joe Stotlar, Ron McDonald.
Nov. 30--Winfield Mt. Union
Dec. 5--U. High of Iowa City
13--Van Buren Tournament
8--Central of Argyle
14 15--Sect. Tournament
Mar. 1-2--State Tournament
24 36 95 lb
ij ig 103 lb
20 24 127 lb
Fourth Place 138 lb
it 145 lb
17 25 154 lb
Fourth Place 180 lb
Second Place W
3 way tie placed
The team ran into a little tough competition this
year, but pulled through at the end very well. We had
a lot of underclassmen, that showed great ability for
coming years for a good squad. In Sectionals, we had
four Tigers pull through and they were from left, 180
lb. , Dennis McDonaldg 154 lb. , J im, Biggerstaffg 133
lb. , Ed Wrightg and lone Freshman 103 lb. , Nick
Hobbs. The District eliminated all except Dennis Mc-
Donald who won and advanced to State where he re-
ceived second place in the Final Match.
Left to right: Kim Hewitt, Ron Samuels, John Corey, and Dennis Mc-
Although few in number, the track team had a good season.
Wildcat Relays: lst - Low Hurdles and 100 yd. dash
3rd - shot, and 5th - 220 yd. dash
Archer Relays: lst - Low Hurdles and 100 yd. dash
2nd - shot, and 3rd - 220 yd. dash
Indian Relays: lst - Low Hurdles and 100 yd. dash
3rd - 220 yd. dash, and 4th - shot
Conference: lst - Low Hurdles, 2nd - 220 yd. dash
3rd - 100 yd. dash and shot
District: lst - 100 yd. dash and Low Hurdles,
2nd - shot
State: 3rd - Low Hurdles
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Wildcat Relays: lst - 880, 3rd - 440
Archer Relays: 3rd - 440 and 880, 5th - High Jump
Indian Relays: lst - 880, 4th - 440
Conference: 3rd - 880
District: 3rd - 880, 4th - 440
Archer Relays: 5th - One Mile Run
This was the first year for
Golf and the team did quite
First row: Nick Hobbs, Terry Parkhurst, Don Dill, Joe Stotlar, Rich Bryant.
Second row: Jeff Wilkerson, Jeff Smith, Dan Sands, Darren Delzell.
First Row From Left: Steve Kellogg, Denny Callahan, Joe Stotlar, Alfred Sellers, Rich
Bryant, Doug Johnston. Second Row: Terry Parkhurst, Danny Inghram, Torn Lee, Bruce
Stotlar. Rick lnghram, Mark Minnis, Danny Sands, Coach Bob Nelson.
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