Mount Pleasant High School - Tattler Yearbook (Mount Pleasant, IA)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Board of Educatlon Admmlstratlon Faculty Semors Honor Roll Junlors Sophomores Freshmen Maroon Echoes Instrumental Muslc Plays Orgamzatlons Sports Student Councll School Help Hall of Fame Class W11l Snapshots BOARD OF EDUCATION FRONT ROW Eugene McCo1d Thelma Wilson Secretary W S Walters Stanley Looker T H Harney, Vxce Presldent A M Patterson Presldent BACK ROW: C. A. COTTRELL Superintendent Simpson College, B.A. University of Colorado M.A. Mr Cottrell in 1931 became Superintendent of the Mount Pleasant Public Schools He taught at MPHS before becomlng Superintendent While he has been ln the admin istratlon our school system has added two new schools plus the new addltlon now ln constructlon Mr Cottrell always has time to spare a few extra minutes of hls valuable time to discuss the problems of the students He shows an mterest ln all the pupils ID school and the past graduates He IS a highly respected person and friend to all IH the schools ADMINISTRATION GEORGE STANLEY Principal Iowa Wesleyan B A University of Iowa M A Mr Stanley was prmclpal of Jumor High for fifteen years and ln 1949 he became principal of MPHS We respect him for his fairness to all and for his end less lnterest 1n the students He has been a great help to us not only in high school but ln our preparation for the future and college educatlon 7 . F . ' ! . . .' . . . - 9 1 . . . . . L A . . . . K . N . - s . K . if . . K , . . Ii , . 0 Q 1 , . , - I ! . JOE LUTZ Athletics History Iowa Wesleyan B A BERNICE M HUFFMAN Spamsh Latm Iowa Wesleyan B A FACULTY KENNETH BUTZIER Speech, English, Drama Fort Dodge Junior College Iowa State Teacher B A ROY OLLIVIER Science Iowa Wesleyan B S ROBERT EVANS Physlcal Educatlon Athletlc Coach Kxrksvllle Teachers B S M A HELEN ROMKEY Buslness Educatlon Cornell B A Unxverslty of Iowa M A MARABELLE EYE Vocal MUSIC Coe College A B DONALD VOSS English Calvm B A , . . I l Columbia Univfhsity, M.A. N. Ill. infivf, M.s. i ,, l 5 I 't' EMMETT BARTON Athletlc Dxrector Soclal Studles Iowa Wesleyan B A LUCILLE TUMEY Homemakmg Iowa State College, B S qi' W WINONA KYLE Engllsh Defxance College LOUISE CLARK Engllsh Iowa Wesleyan B S E E MELBY Band U of Nebraska B S M S Weil' ,,,.,i 14,41 sl A 5' ff! iz. ROGER GARNJOBST Agrlculture Iowa State College B S Iowa State College NI S CHARLES WATKINS Mathematics University of Iowa, B.A. Slimming lvui.J RICHARD VAN TUYL Business Education Iowa Wesleyan BA University of Iowa M A GAYLON DAHN Athletics, Science Coe College, B.A. :D id I GLEN R HOFFMAN Industrial Arts Iowa State Teachers B S MABEL WALKER Assistant Principal Mathematics Iowa Wesleyan, B.A. HELEN HALLOWELL Music Physlcal Education Iowa Wesleyan B M TOMIE IKUTA Art Central, B.A. IDENA STOCKS Biology Homemaking Iowa State College, B.S. EH R xx' if s I! A ff --if iii K? if .J xx di X , SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 1958 ARNOLD SPERFSLAGE ROBERTA DAVIS Presldent Vlce Presldent KAREN BIGGS CURT VIRDEN Treasurer Secretary GARY RICHARD ALLEE QGARYD "Young fellows will be young fel- lows." General Class Play 3, 4g All High Play 1, 2, 3, 45 Art 1, 23 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Debate 1, 25 Maroon Echoes 4. MADELINE MARIE ANDERSON fMADELINEJ "Quiet and reserved just because she is thinking." General G.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Maroon Echoes 4. MARILYN RUTH ANDERSON IMARILYNJ "Little friends may prove great friends Business Education General mischief in her eye." LOLA MAY ASBY KLOLAJ Y 1 "She's gentle and shy, but theres Medxapolls High School 1 Basketball KAREN SUE BIGGS QSUSIEJ Get into everything you can except trouble General Band 1 2 3 4 Girls Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 2 3 4 Vocal Small Groups 1 2 3 4 Pep Band 2 3 Stu dent Counc1l2 3 4 Plays 1 2 3 4 Declam 2 3 4 Debate 1 2 Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 Maroon Echoes 1 2 3 4 Tar get Staff 4 DOYLE L BONSER A mans truest friend must be a man General SHIRLEY JEAN BONSER QSHIRLEYI Quiet frlendly and Jolly Makes her own good time and goes her own sweet way Business Education Glrls Glee Club 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 2 3 4 Tr1H1Y2 4 Cafeter1a2 3 4 we can General Ag.. rsh f JERRY DEAN BONSER QSATCHJ I can resist everything except temptation General Box Glee Club3 H1Y1 2 3 4 GARY DEAN BRANCH lGARYJ Quiet except when somethings to be said General Track 1 Q sf l lf, 'Un 'Hi JAMES LEE BONSER fJIMJ Let us enjoy our pleasures while Track 1 2 3 4 Letter Clubl 2 3 4 .4-v served." ARLENE KAY CAMPBELL "A kind face is the best letter of recommendation." Scientific G.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. RONALD CHRISTNER QRONNIEJ "A good many things go around in the dark besides Santa Claus." Vocational Agriculture F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 075 ,gl ,,4 DURK FAY BUFFINGTON QDURKE "Let them boil and let them bubble, women are just too darn much trouble." Scientific Class Play 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 3, 4, Letter Club 4, Student Council 1, Maroon Echoes 3, Declam 4. GEORGIA ANN CASH KGEORGEJ "Peaceful, thoughtful, and re- Homemaking Class Play 3, 4, G.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vol- leyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. LYNN J. COCHRAN KNOSEJ "There are few things more exciting to me than a psychological reason." Scientific Glee Club and Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Vocal Small Groups 3, 4, Student Council 1, Hi-Y 3, 4, Letter Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Ma- roon Echoes 3, Target Staff 4, Foot- ball 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 1, 2, Track 1, 2. DEAN ALLEN CAMPBELL "Men of few words are the best men." Vocational Agriculture F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus Driver 3, 4. LARRY DEANE CALHOUN "I never trouble trouble, till trouble troubles me." Business Education Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1. PATTY JO CHRISTNER QPATTYJ "Happy am I, from care I'm free!" Business Education MARILYN SUE CLARK CMARILYNJ "A feminine personality is definitely an asset." Scientific Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, All High Play 2, 3, 4, Declam 4, Debate 3, Maroon Echoes 2, 3, 4, Target Staff 4. caught." General Bus Driver 3, 4. Basketball 2, G.R.A. 1. MERLE GENE CONRAD QMERLEJ "Tom cats on the prowl always get JANETTE KAY CRILE UANETTEJ "Quiet and reserved, but sincere in all she does." Business Education Girls' Glee Club 3, 4. JOHN WILLIAM FENTON QJACKJ I often tell my self there is more in 5 me than people think. Scientific Band 1 2 3 4' Pep Band 4' Maroon Echoes 3 4 All High Play 4 Class Play 3 Contest Play 4 SANDRA IRENE FORD QSANDIJ It s nice to be natural when you re naturally nrce Business Education Girls Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Cheerleader 1 2 Pep Clubl 2 3 4 Homecoming Queen 4 Class Play 3 Vollevball 2 3 4 All High Play 4 Aerial Darts 2 3 Maroon Echoes 2 3 4 Target 4 Mixed Chorus 2 Declam 3 4 MARY ANTN CERI FMAN fMARY ANNJ A friendly smile for the world General Vollevball 3 4 GRA 4 ELEANOR E GLANZMAN KELEANORJ Good character can never be dupli cated Classical Girls Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Operetta 2 Declam 4 Maroon Echoes ROBERTA JOY DAVIS lBERTl "Her smile shows her disposition her friends her popularity." l Business Education Band 1, 2, 3, 49 Pep Band 2, 3, 4, In- strumental Small Group 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Vocal Small Group 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 43 Maroon Echoes 43 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4. General Tri-Hi-Y 3. JOHN A FRENCH KJOHNJ I believe in conserving energy especially my own Scientific Marching Band 2 3 Concert Band 2 3 Mixed Chorus 3 All High Plas 1 2 Contest Play 3 Boys Glee Club 3 Class Play 3 Declam 1 2 3 4 De bate 2 Track 1 2 3 4 Bus Driver 4 General GWEN COODING QDEF DEEI Lots of fun gobs of glee This 1 Gwen to a T Business Education Frederick Town High School 1 March rm. Band 2 3 4 Concert Band 2 3 4 Girls Glce Club 2 3 4 All High Plav 3 4 Mixed Chorus 2 3 4 Vo G oups 2 3 Operetta 2 3 4 C' Play 3 Xollcvball 2 Trampoline 3 4 C RA 2 4 roon Fchors 4 Tar mt Staff 4 ii r ll Y A F rv n ! I ! Y Y - 1 Z 1 - g . X . ,. u r ' y H f . . . ' rr - 1, ' . , D , ' 1 v 1 v I , Q , v i 1 1 r i ' 1 A 2 ,v , 3 I -- I 1 . 1 g . 3 ." 3 1 3 S 1 .. 5 , , , 3 - 1, - 1 -1 9 : : 1 , , : . . 3 1 - . 1 ll I u -- , ' H , , l O r 1 1 v 1- 1 r 1 3, 45 Volleyball 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 23 3 .. I A u - -1 v v - 5 . . 1 1 . 1 11, U h. V . ,, fl. .. .l . . 1 5 - , ' 1 -1 1 f ' 1 -. Z L 1 , , . . . . ' , J , . ' ' I Y 'l I u 2, -1 : . ' 2 , . : Cal r . ', . 3 - , ., : lass - ' - 3 ' ' : ' ' -. : 1. , . , 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 1 Ma- CHARLOTTE ELAINE FORD QCHARLOTTEE Each mind has its own method DENNIS GILI fGOPHERl I m the tvpe of bov mv mother doesn t want me to plav with F otball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Letter Club 2 3 4 l A v MARTHA JOY GUINN QJOYD "Only one man has stolen her heart." Scientific Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Class Play 35 Basketball 2, 43 Volley- ball 1, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3. JANET ELIZABETH HAYES QJANB "All the world is a stage and I'm having a circus." Scientific Classical Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, Declam 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate 1, 25 Operetta 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play 35 All High Play 1, 2, 3, 4, Maroon Echoes 1, 2, 3, 4, Target 43 Contest Play 2, 3. GERALD HEISEL CGERALDJ "I may do much in a few years." Vocational A riculture g Fairfield High School 1, F.F'.A. 2, 3, 4. if it .see 1 I MARY RENEE HENESSEE QMARYJ "Music is the child of prayer, the companion of religion." Business Education Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Vocal Small Groups 1, 2, 43 Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4. in her e es " Volleyball 2. BASIL ERNEST HUSTON KBASEJ "Let not the man be trusted that hath no music in his soul." Scientific Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Vocal Small Groups 2, 3, 45 Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 1, 2, 43 Ma- roon Echoes 3, 4g Target 49 Letter Club 4, Hawkeye Boys' State 3, De- clam 3, 4. ANITA ANDRESEN HILL QANITAJ W "The diamonds sparkle-not only y . Business Education SHARON J. JARVIS fJARVIED "What she frankly gives forever is her own." General Pep Club Sub 2, 3. HENRY O. HOLLER QHENRYJ "Good humor is always a success." General Bus Driver 4. I .mcxldfr AU igh Play 33 G.R.A. Y , 3, 43 Basket I 2, 3: 3' ,cy riendlyg what JOYCE ANN KEELEY UOYCEJ "When she was good, she was very good. When she was bad . . ." General Girls' Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 43 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, G.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Trampoline 3, 49 Maroon Echoes 4. KARIN KAY JOHNSON KKARINJ "Good humor is the health of the soul, sadness is its poison." Business Education Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Vocal Small Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, All High Play 3, 4, Pep Club 1, Maroon Echoes 2, 3, 4, Target 4, G.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. A General F.F.A. 2. VICKI ANN LAWRENCE QVICKIJ "Essence of sweetness, model of neatnessf' Scientific Classical Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, All High Play 3, Maroon Echoes 2, 3, 4, Target 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Op- eretta 2, 3, 4, Vocal and Instrumental Groups 2, 3, 4. crown." General School '1, 2, Old Glee Club 4. RICHARD C. MEADE QDICKJ "My motto in this wo.rld of strife is-get a big kick out of life." Scientific Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3, Track 3, 4, Letter Club 3, 4, F.F.A. LINDA KAY KING fLINDAD "An eye that sparkles and a tongue that talks." Classical Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Vocal Small Groups 1. 2, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, All High Play 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Maroon Echoes 3, 4. JERRY RAYMOND KRIEGER KCOMANCHEE "The harder I try the gooder to be. the worser I am." LOIS JEAN MARLAY fLOISJ "A quiet mild is richer than a Milan High School 1, Winfield Hi h S s High School 3, Girls General vt? Chorus 2, 4. JAMES E. LEEPER QJIMJ "He's aloof. He's quiet. Hard think- ing's his diet." Scientific F.F.A. 1, 2. CJANNIEJ mind." Scientific lu.-.,....JOY EDWARD MEANS IEDJ "Nobody would suppose it, but I'm naturally bashfulf' Scientific Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Maroon Echoes 3, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, A11 High Play 3, 4, Class Play 3, Hi-Y 1, 2. EDDIE LANFERMAN QEDJ Don't rush me Ill get there Boys' Glee Club 2 4 Track 3 4 Foot ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter Club 3 4 Mixed JANICE AILEEN MARTIN "A quiet tongue shows a busy Girls' Glee Club 3 4 T11 H1 Y 2 4 Operetta 3, 4, G R A 4 Volleyball 2 3, 4, Aerial Darts 3 4 Basketball 3 Pep Club Sub 4 Target Staff 4 Ma roon Echoes 2, 3 JARYL G. MCCULLEY QGUSJ RAMONA RUTH MOOREHEAD QRAMONAJ "From a little spark may burst a mighty flame." Business Education Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Chorus 2, G.R.A. 1, Operetta 2, Volleyball 1, ' 2, Basketball 1, 2. JUDITH KATHLEEN MELBY IJUDYJ "She's the reason that men prefer blondes." Business Education Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2 ,3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Marching and Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vocal and Instrumental Small Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Contest Play 3, All High Play 3, Target Staff 4, Maroon Echoes 3, 4, Drum Majorette 4, Aerial Darts 2, 3, 4. . v ,L R ff MARILYN MAXINE MESSER fMARILYNJ "I can be happy without even try- ing." Business Education ga-' 2 ' LILA SUZANNE MYERS QLILAD "Her character is molded from three Words, happiness, contentment, and good will." Business Education Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Tri-Hi- Y 2, 4, Class Play 3, All High Play 2, Declam 4, Target Staff 4. "It's a great life if you don't weaken, but who wants to be strong anyway." Vocational Agriculture Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Target Staff 4, Maroon Echoes 3, 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus Driver 4. JAMES WILLIAM McDOWELL QJIMJ "Opportunity knocks once, bu t temptation knocks the door down.' General I ROBERT HAROLD McLERAN ' KBOBJ "A man is judged by his achieve- ments." Scientific Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, Vocal Small Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter Club 1, 2, 3, 4, All High Play 2, Target Staff 4, Debate 1, 2, Dance Band 3. I DEAN GERALD McPIKE fDEANNIEj "He is small-so's a stick of dyna- mite." ,. General Boys' Glee Club 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter Club 2, 3, 4. ZELDA EILEEN OLSON IZELDAJ "A friendly eye that never sees our faults." Business Education Girls' Glee Club 4, Operetta 4, Tar- get 4. ELSA PARVIAINEN QELSAJ "Learn something beautiful, see something beautiful, do something beautiful each day of your life." Scientific Kuopion Tyttolyseo 1, 2, 3, Exchange Student 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, G.R.A. 4, All High Play 4, Declam 4, Maroon Echoes 4. CAROL ANN PETERMAN QCAROLI Good cheer IS no hlndrance to a good llfe General Glrls Glee Club 1 4 Volleyball 4 Operetta 1 4 GRA 4 KENNETH WAYNE PHILLIPS QKENNYJ The force of hls own merlt makes hls way Sclentlflc Alnsworth Hlgh School 1 Track 2 3 4 Baseball 2 Letter Club 2 3 4 IUHN W RIIJINK FR KJOHNJ H4 has .l faraway look ln his eyes he '-4 looking at his cet 1 nf 'X , f I PATRICIA FAYE PFTERSON fPATTYJ She has earned many frlends Classlcal Glrls Glee u 1 2 3 4 MIX Chorus 2 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Oper P 1 2 3 4 Pep Club 4 Maroon Echoes 2 3 4 All Hlgh Play 4 Trl Hl Y 4 Panther Mascot 4 X U, ' QV x ' . , ,VXA ANEJ e ne w FIGS everyt m le 0Club ed 4 0C8 3 PAT SCHROEDER PFNNOCK IPATJ An lnnocent face but you never call tell Fort MadlS0n Hlgh School 1 2 3 wa-0 DALI AS LAUVERN PIPER lDALLASl Im a man Ive got halr on my chest So has Rln Tln Tln New London Hlgh School 1 2 Track '3 4 Football 4 ANN LAURENE PIATT KANNJ A frlend IS the flrst one to come ln when all the world goes out SCl6htlflC GITIS Glee Club 3 Class Play 3 4 for All Hlgh Play 4 Operetta 3 DONALD D PRICE IDOND Ive got a hlgh outlook on llfe Classlcal RONALD RII EY IRONJ Happy am I from care Im free' Why alcnt thev all contented llke me General Class Plax 3 4 All Hllrh Play 4 N Y ff f ,fini flu, MIKEL E ITCHIE UVAAIC J I As I was so rudely saylng before I was Interrupted General Marchmg Band 1 2 3 4 Pep Band 2 3 4 Concert Band 1 2 3 4 Ser geant Drummer 3 4 GRA 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 1 2 3 4- Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4 Operetta 1 2 3 4 Small Vocal Groups 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 PAT ROBINSON IPATJ In sports she fmds her pleasure General A 1 2 3 4 Volleyball 1 4 Tr H Y house General HFLEN ROWE fl-IELENJ A good laugh IS sunshme ln the Marchmg and Concert Band 1 2 3 Pep Band 2 3 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4 Gxrs Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Vocal C FRALD S SAMMONS fGERALDl I dont reclte all I can because modesty becomes a man General Small Groups 1 2 3 Operetta 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Pep Club 4 GRA 1 2 3 4 Trampollne Team 3 4 Trl HY 2 3 Maroon Echoes 1 2 3 4 Target Staff 4 MARY ALICE SAVAGE fMARY AI ICEJ She IS bubbling wlth fun to her fmgertlps Sc1ent1f1c Class Play 3 Target Staff 4 Maroon Echoes 3 4 Artl 2 4 Cafcterla 2 3 4 man Classical LYNDA LEE ROBERTSON KLYNJ Let e Slt on my horse by the sxde of he road and be a fnend' Class Play 3 All High Play 1 2 rt ,R 1 'vm Volleybarll 1 2 3 4 Trl H1Y 3 Maroon Echoes 3 Target Staff 4 JOHN BREWSTER ROCKWELL KJOHNJ Good qualltles may be hldden ln a qulet manner Classlcal Basketball 1 2 3 4 7 men 4' 1 FLLFN FLORENCE SAVAGE IELLENJ A llght heart llves long Sc1ent1f1c Leroy Mmnesota High School 1 2 Marchlngf Band 3 4 Concert Band 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 3 4 Class Play 3 All Hugh Play 4 Maroon Echoes 3 4 Operetta 3 4 Cafeteria 4 ments Ceneral of common f W LARRY LFE SCHFNK ICATFISHJ Every man hath h1s devlllsh mo F othall 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 I ,,ff"f .f'- .fb ,ft '4' 'ff' ,. 41' f 1 I' . 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V "I, li ' th . 8 v , - n 1 V Q 1 9 E . 1 E X fffw If . . . 1 1 1 l I fif 1 Q " ' 1 I D I 3 i l , , , , w R l n y 1,,1 I I 1 . 0.177 I 0' V 'ly 5 ' I , 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 7 7 , 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2 4, Pep Club ,3, GRA 1, 2, 3,4, Trrl-IrY 2, 3, ERWIN JOHN SCHROEDER KJOHNJ He who rs good rs happy General Class Play 3 Basketball 1 2 Base b 2 Hr Y 2 3 4 DORIS MAE SHEI I ABARGER DORISJ A frrendly smrle for the world Busrness Educatron All Hlgh Play 1 2 Trr H1 Y 2 3 RUTH IDEIE STAFFORD KRUTHJ The world rs a strange affarr General Grrls Glee Club 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 3 Trr H1 Y 2 3 4 of 4 RICHARD STOOKESBERRY QBERRYJ There were once Seven Wonders of the world Now there are erght General Football 1 2 3 4 Baseballl 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track2 3 4 Let ter Club 3 4 Boys Glee Club 3 Oper etta 3 H1 Y 2 3 HARON IEE SWAN CSWANEEJ I can lrve wrthout poetry musrc or alkrng but who rn the world can lrve rthout talkrng" Screntrfrc rrls Glee Club 2, 4, Mrxed Chorus 2, ll Hrgh Plax 3, Trampolrne 3, 4, erral Darts 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, , Maroon Echoes 2, 3, Target 4 IIINDA LU SHAW KLINDAJ A lrtfle good a Irttle bad Result" Vlfrth her you re never sad Screntrfrc Niarchrng Band 3 4 Concert Band 2 3 4 GRA 1 2 3 4 Volleyballl 2 3 4 Target Staff 4 Maroon Echoes 2 3 4 All Hrgh Play 3 4 Class Play 3 Trr H1 Y 2 3 4 YQ ARNOID SPERFSLAGE IARNIEJ He only rs a well made man wh has great determrnatron Screntrfrc Boys Glee Club 3 Mrxed Chorus 3 Class Play 3 Declam 4 H1 Y 4 Foot ball 4 Basketball 2 Student Councrl 2 3 4 Maroon Echoes 3 4 Target Staff 4 ROBERT MELVEN STEARNS QBOBJ Srlence rs one great art of conver satron General SHERRY STULL lSHERRY1 Such Jov ambrtron frnds General Wrnfreld Hrgh School 1 Concert Band 2 3 4 Marchrng Band 2 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 2 3 4 Operetta 2 3 4 Class Play 3 All Hrgh Play 3 Maroon Echoes 2 3 4 Target 4 Declam 2 3 Student Coun crl 3 Pep Band 2 3 4 Vocal Small Groups PATRICIA AININ TAYI OR fPATr Her srnrlms and cheerful attrtudes A as much a a part of her as her desrrr todo rll thrngs vull Srrrntrfrr 1 Ice ' , , 4, Mrx Chorus 2, I, 4, Vocal Small Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, Trr IIr Y 2, 4, Opcrctta 1, 2, l, 4, All llrgh Plav I, 2. 3, 4, Class Play 4, Dr-1l.1rrr 3, Aerral Darts 2, 3, 1, 'Vlaroorr Echoes 1, 2, 3, 4, Target 4, Pup Club Sub 2, 3 J v L u ' ' , u - - 11 1- , 1 ' ,1 ' ' , 1 ' 1 1 ' A 1 1 1 all 1 - 1 1 - I , 3 . . . , , , Q , , 1 1 3 9 ' l . , ls , , 9 N 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 1 ' p I 1 1 I , I . 1 A A 'L A Q .H , q ll A - 0 u ' ' , , 11 .1 , , - ' 11 ' . 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JERRY LEE VICKER QJERRYJ The farmers are the founders of ClVlllZatlOI1 and prosperlty General ULU ANN was our galn KAREN KAY WELCHER IKARENJ Llttle and qulet but a twlnkle ln her eve Business Education C' A 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Volleyball 1 2 3 4 Trl H1 Y 4 VIVIAN ARLENE TINDELL CVIVIANJ "Her hair is no more sunny than her smile." General Olds High School 1, 2g Basketball 3, 45 Volleyball 3, 4. ' XKARL A VERMACE KEL CHINOJ Now from my point of view slow and steady wms the race Sclentlfxc Boys Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Vocal Small Groups 8 4 Operetta 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Art 1 All High Play 4 CURT VIRDEN CCURTJ A good mlxer as well as a good athlete and a good fellow Sclentlflc Student Counc1l4 H1 Y 1 3 4 Bas ketball 2 4 Maroon Echoes 3 4 Target Staff 4 Class Play 3 4 MARY ELLEN WATTERS IMARY ELLEN! She has the best heart ln the land and will always lend a helplng hand Sclentlflc Marchmg Band 1 2 3 4 Concert ball 3 4 Volleyball 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Declam 4 Maroon Ech s 4 E ER EUGENE IWELLS QPOKEJ uch athletic ability IS a fortune lxScxent1f1c tball 2 3 4 Baseballl 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 4 Letter Club 1 2 3 4 Student ouncll 1 2 Hawkeye Boys State 3 Boys Glee Club 1 3 Mxxed Chorus 1 3 Operetta 1 3 f 1 ' 4 44 U I H ' ' .. . . ' ' 11 ' I 1- . 1 ' me , , , . 1 . 1 1 l I Q 2, 1 1 1 1 Y 7 , : , : , , 3 , 1 1 1 1 - . n ca ' . . . . . ,, ,, . 1 I' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 I 1 1 ' l' 2 1? Y u ' 1 ' 11 H ' ' ' ' - 11 A - . y Y . . ' .. 7 9 Y 9 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 G.R.A. 3, 4g1Basket- V , : , 2 Q , 1 s ce - if ' 'lx , NX vi xx- IJ. 5 .X X VXR , X 1 1 1 1, 1 X 1 A' . , -I ' ' A .G x Q 1 X U ' N . . 1 ' l . X I I 7 I : V I Y LR- ' 1 1 1 1 . l v 1 1 1 1 1 : 1 7 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 , L , 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 2 1 - 1' I , f fWHITEYl General LARRY WRIGHT CTANKJ No smner and no samt perhaps but a good fellow Sclentlflc Class Play 3 H1 Y 1 Football 1 2 3 4 Letter Club 4 Maroon Echoes 4 All Hlgh Play 4 LARRY ROBERT WHITE There may be a greater man than I but I don t believe lt " Manager 1 2 3 4 Letter Club 2 3 4 WENDELL THOMAS WILLIAMS QBULLJ Although Wendell arrlved late as an athlete he s certamly great General New London High School 1 2 Foot ball 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Letter Club CAROL ELAINE YALEY QCAROLJ A stlll small volce General Glrls Glee Club 2 3 4 Volleyball 1 2 Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 ROBERT A BAIN QBOBJ A frlend of all an enemy of none Sclentlf IC 3 968 3 966 3 954 3 928 3 785 3 750 3 633 3 571 3 535 3 481 3 400 3 392 3 357 2 966 2 966 2 965 2 964 2 892 2 750 2 733 2 724 2 678 2 678 2 642 2 607 V1ck1 Lawrence Janet Hayes Sherry Stull L1la Myers Jamce Martm Karen Blggs James Leeper Mal 1lyn Clark Curt Vlrden Lynn Cochran Bob 'VlcLeran Dorls Shellabarger Zelda Olson HONOR ROLL 3 321 3 285 3 285 3 250 3 214 3 214 3 178 3 071 3 071 3 071 3 035 3 000 3 000 Ann Platt Judy Melby Lal ry Wrlght Elsa Parvlalnen Lyn Robertson Sandra Ford John French Davld Trueblood Pat Taylor Mary Henessee Ellen Savage Mary Allce Savage Sharon Swan HONORABLE MENTION M3f1lyH Anderson 2 571 Sharon Jarvls Ed Means 2 571 Jaryl McCulley Arnle Sperfslage 2 571 Helen Rowe Lmda Shaw 2 571 Janette Crlle Marle Jackson 2 571 Roberta Davls Gwen Goodlng 2 535 John Schroeder Durk Bufflngton 2 535 Mlke Rltchle Karm Johnson 2 535 Marllvn Messer Linda Kmg 2 500 Ann Wallmgford Mary Ellen Watters 2 500 Ronald Rlley Basll Huston 2 500 Jack Fenton Eleanor Glanzman 2 500 Patty Chrlstner f 1 . n . L 1 ' . L . 4 . . V 1 JUNIOR CLASS Secretary Pete Molander Presldent Lmda Lanferman Vlce Presldent Karen Thomas Treasurer WIBTVITI Peterson .,....g. FIRST ROW Dorothea Galer Dorothy Jacobs Vada Arnold Leola Campbell Wanda Graber Daxlene Dames Janet Jewett Sue Clancx Wlarllxn Jones D1x1e Farlss SECOND ROVS Sharon Crlle Elxzabeth Carver Xlrgmla Burroughs Maxllyn Alle mang Nladellne Clark Sara Frary Shxrlew Harms Glenda Graff Ruth Henessee THIRD ROVS Sharon Hannum Wanda Chrlstner 'Nlllxe Jxrwls J I Casanova Dawld Puller James French lester Branch Chsstex Greenup FOLRTH ROVS Donald Farrmgton Rlchaxd Anderson Ronald Gllllb lwan Alter Carx Foster Tim Dram Philip Hoaglln Larrx Jacobs Rand Beattle JUNIOR CLASS FIRST ROW Sue 'NIcCohan Charlotte Plummer Phyllrs Nrcholson Penny Patterson Iudy Rolrrnson Shrrlex Phrllrps Irnda Keller Irnda Ianferrnan Darlene Nlrlks Fugenra Kcphart Marlene Mtwrllrams SFCOND ROW Peggy Rrlev Julre Koch Jan1ceIaxxrenCe Norma Ledhetter Ardrth Rrch Amt Iltton Shrrlew Yau Iuetta Irvrx Lrla Irnch THIRD ROW Carrx Magnuson Irmrs 'Nlannrngz Larrx Rohrnson Raxmond lung Iarrx Krnnex Wlarxrn Peterson Ierry Roth Fllen Iampe Fretcherr NIcDouell FOLRTH ROW' Stanlry Iurxrs Kent Potter Charles lxICW1lll21l11S Cam Molander Steve Proctor Dwrght Messer Alan Krng Paul Puckett Wrllrarrr long Robert Rrlev Elmer Lrsterbarger 1...,.,, agar! FIRST ROW Joan Wood Goldre W oodsmall Stephen Xort Jack Wormrngton W alter Wrrght Patrrcra Welcher Sandra Strth Chrrstx Strang Karen Thomas SFK OND ROW Erleen Wrclx 'Nlarrlxn Wells Nlarw Lou W rlcorc Fredlne Savelv Sallx Wrl on Janet Trmmerman Rosemarx Starff Janet Ross THIRD ROW Glenda Wrdmer Connre Schadt Ted W rese Drcla Turner Iarrres Schenk Garw Trabert Ronald Xrckers James Smith FOLRTH ROW John Strothman Dennrs Waddle John Smrth Clwde Wrlson Ronald Wrkel George Srnrmons SOPHONIGRE CLASS , - A, , , 'NQQN , M, se ,,, Secretary Dlck Doughertv Presldent Ann Cowen VICE Presldent Clndy Carter Treasurer Pat Bryant FIRST ROW Nancy Brown Kathy Hoover Karen Collora Donna Gholson Judy Bates Jo Ann Berkshire Rosemary Hallowell Charlotte Bonser Donna Campbell Sandra Allee Clndy Carter Alma Anderson Judy Gulnn SECOND ROW Bonme Chrlstner Donna Detrlck Margaret Cash Marv Ann Fryer Carolyn Devonaplke Haffarnan Dale Carden THIRD ROW VIFKIYIIB Dold Ann Calloway Yvonne DeVol Phyllls Anderson Pat Bryant Ann Cowen Jane Hawkms Joev Anderson Terry Dotv John Bennage Ned Collms Clarence Cory Llnn Hunsaker FOURTH ROW Marvin Elmore Rodney Asby Robert Hllbrant Rxchard Hllbrant Larry Flowers Ronald Engllsh Howard Booton Jerrv Glanzman Duck Dougherty Make Fltzpatrlck Davld Harlan Arnold Chrlstner Malcolm Cochran Karen Craig, Donna Daugherty, Judv Briggs. Eloise Calhoun. Betty Byerly, Jerry SOPHOIVIORE CLASS FIRST ROW Stuart Wrlght Jerry Swan Larry Krablll Jlm Knedler Dlck Johnson Jlm Jackson Terry Jacobs Francls Keuhart Ronnle Ialrd Larry Lampe Sharon Marshall Barbara Mannlng SECOND ROW Mary Jo Sutton Arlene Rommel Judy OConnor Pat Rogers Jacque Kapp Barbara Murphy Mary Jean Mertens Jackle Mason Larry McCorm1ck N1le Kennedy Persetta Jeffrey Phyllls McClure Rlta Meade THIRD ROW Jamce Whaley Joyce Whaley Roger Wehrle Jerry Rourke Carol Kreutner Jayne McMurtrey Murlee Jones Carole LIVIX Darla Long Katherlne Jennings Judy Morrow Dlane Jones FOURTH ROVS Tom Scalff Jack Shull Walter Welhngton Gary Peterson Robert Mllls Stewart Kinney Rlchard Iles Ronnle Layer FIRST ROW Marlene Yalev Glenna Spraker Judy Prlckett Meredlth Tharp Peggy Roblnson Judy Stocks Sharon Wolfe Sarah Patterson Pat Waters SECOND ROW Evelyn Rlce Sondra Plper Kay Rhemschmldt Wanda Whaley Anna Mary Vermace Marllyn Stearns Carol Whlte Trudy Newman Vlolet Stafford Patsy Smlth Thelma Septer THIRD ROW Wendell Shellabar'er Fred Millard Carrol Smlth Jlm Stone house Larry Whlte Robert Svsan Rmlla Nixlls Don Peterson FOURTH ROW Terry Parker Dean Messer Larry Rxdmger Dalton Smlth Gary Wllmeth Fred Neff Ted Ogler, Mllford Ross Marshall Thayer 1 V U 7 Y J 7 Y Y ,' Z 7 ! , . S Y ! . I 9 7 I ! . ! A 7 ' 7 Y ! ' 2 7 1 ' . 7 . . 7 ' 7 Q 7 ,Y ' ' Y. Q . ' 7 ' . . ' . ' .' 1 . ' g Y D .1 7 3 Larry Leu, Gary Jewett. Richard Lane, Dayld Klaus. . 1 nh V - . A , I X I Y ' v ., v Y, . . . I - l . . ' A ' ' . - y , , '. ., - , l . : j . Y ' ' 3 ? Y 1 , . A A I V, , fx. . I FRESHNIAN CLASS 1 1 0 0 5 ' Q ' N S x f I Secretary Sue Cormck Vlce President Steve Young Presldent Llnda Blggs Treasurer Joe Rlepe FIRST ROW Llnda Campbell Bexerly Elmore Kay Dawson Donna Frlckson Ieona Fltch Charlotte Dames Sue Cornlck Lmda Bxggs Sharon Goddard 'Nlary Hawward Patrlcla Hunold Patty Bonser Sherrle Douglas SECOND ROVV rlerbert Farlss Charles Hourlhan Larry Allen THIRD ROW Blllx Hunold Jack Fnsmmgex Eugene Chrlstner Lynn Decker Warren Campbell Dowle Dunn Dennis Fltzpatrlck Richard Alcher Robert Huston Nlle Buffmgton Robert Clyde FOLRTH ROW Ronald Cornlck Jerry Alter Dwight Cornlck, John Fates Duane Allemang Leo Huntlnf, Glen Hlte Russell Branch Fred Cornwell Don Clancy Frank DeLucxa B111 Duggxns U , h U' : ' - ' , Q ' 5 r 1 , - Z ' ' v v V V v' . A ' . A A-- 1 1 ' qv V 1 1 .l V 4 1 Carl Allen, Deanna Dunn, Shari Farris, Judv Gillaspey, Sharon Eye, Ronald Gholson, f Y I V .' Y I ' ' ' v . l 1 ' 1 l A 1' Al, 1 It r' l Y 1 ' l Y V I S. FRESHNIAN CLASS 'XS FIRST ROW Peggy Keeley Opal Fuller Jean Ann Klncald Sonja Drlskell Carol Campbell Verla Coburn Elizabeth Crile Llnda DeVol Linda Bachman Sharon Hays Donna Knlfong Jean Looker SECOND ROW Patricia Martin Janet McCulley Bonnle Koch Waunita Kerr Kay Messer Mary Klodnycky Reta Lanferman Martha Mlller Mary Ann Miller Linda Kltch Sue Jackson THIRD ROW Jerry Mabeus Gary Kyle Donald Johnson Irvin Jerrel Gary Jennings Ronald McDowell Cecil McDowell Bob Lite, Mike Klopfensteln Jerry Maxwell John Kltch FOURTH ROW Charles Jerrel Larry Melton Kenneth Murphy Walter Lltton Garrel Martin Jerry Jordan Robert Kerr Dale Johnson Wayne Klng Richard McGohan Kenneth Krablll FIRST ROW Karole Scarff Patricia Scarff Ferne Stafford Carolyn Tolson Dorothy Savage Roberta Watters Mary Rlepe Joyce Steffensmeler Carol WllllamS Linda Nell Doris Register Donna Smith Phyllis Riley Karen Peterman SECOND ROW Gerald Ring Donald Proctor Jim Snavely Linda Scarff Mary Ellen Sater Donna Mathews Betty Tweedy Sally Sutton 'Vlary OConnor Sara Stanley Rita Russell Margaret Wilson Hazel Swalles THIRD ROW Jerry Norton Richard Nicholson Kermit Sperf slage Fred Savage Bill Rockwell Jon Trueblood Jack Pugh Ronald Welcher Jim Young Donald Robertson Richard Sommerfeld FOLRTH ROV! Walter W1lt Dennis Phillips Donald Rlley Bob Shuey Larry Wllke Tom Van Tuyl Tom Shumaker, Steve Young, Joe Riepe, Miles Rukgaber, Gary Prickett, Gary Smith Wendell Wallingford. Q . 4 s o C E FIRST ROW Janet Hayes Vicki Lawrence CCo editorsj SECOND ROW Gwen Gooding QTypistJ Karen Biggs CNews Editorj Linda Shaw 1Circulation Managerj THIRD ROW Karin Johnson fTyp1stJ Sherry Stull fProof Readerj Madeline Anderson fTyp1stJ Eleanor Glanzman fHlSt0 rianj Judy Melby fSociety Editorj FOURTH ROW Curt Vlrden fSports Editorj Marilyn Clark QLayout Ed itorl Larry Wright fPhotographerJ FIRST ROW Shirley Harms Shirley Phillips Christy Strang Cindy Carter Katherine Jennings Glenna Spraker Darla Long Sharon Marshall Judy Stocks Joyce Keeley Sharon Swan Sandi Ford Stookesberry Helen Rowe Linda King Pat Waters. SECOND ROW: Madeline Clark Janice Lawrence Elsa Parviainen Rita Meade Virginia Dold Norma Ledbetter Peggy Riley Ardith Rich Sara Frary Linda Lanferman Judy Robinson Linda Keller Sally Wilson Pat Taylor Ann Cowen. THIRD ROW: Jack Wormington Kathy Hoover Sandy Stith Virginia Burroughs Judy OConner Mary Ann Fryer Ellen Savage Sue Cornick Linda Biggs Sharon Wolfe Jackie Mason, Mary Ellen Watters, Roberta Davis, Dee Dee Galer, Barbara Murphy. FOURTH ROW: Gary Allee, Dick Meade, Jack Fenton, Arnie Sperfslage, Mary Alice Savage, Rilla Mills, Basil Huston, Jerry Swan, Stuart Wright, Judy Guinn, Diane Jones, Mar- shall Thayer, Jaryl McCulley, Jane Hawkins. l RFU m 'C Z' '1 Cb 3-4 B' Q F 'C 5 G o I3 O I3 5 0 U"fD mi V 5 W In v 4 d T II 1 I 'Isl I H ls. u ig' J E I N Q, I I ll ? qi I .!- W I 2,9312 cn 'WU 'CQ ,ro as o u-4 SD ev- cv 'C 'D 'C W W? U' 'jen L4 O U '32 5 :- O3 3 ion.-1 :sw-4 W 3' 3 ZW 'C L4 3' f-4 Q- U33 cr 'c N C-4 5' O 'C fb 5 'C Za. 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L. , , . . ,. mmibtdw v-ltldebdtldm CORNET TRIO BRASS QUARTET v-BPIZFUOO P-EFI'-IFUPCAO v-R117'-'5UIPF'O v-JFIZ'-'5UIPt"O O'-'FU'-J Pi'-ICIFU11 P-IPI'-327FPC.'.O Pi'-JCIt""111 v-BPI'-IFUIPCD I w i 5 9 EXCHANGE STUDENT MPHS IS very proud to have Elsa Parvlalnen an exchange student from F1nland as a senlor thls year S1nce her arrlval IH Mount Pleasant last Au gust Elsa has been makmg speeches at varlous local events and explesslng her feellngs on for elgn understandlng Elsa MPHS pr1de and Joy has been an honorary member of the Student Councll and has become an Honor Roll student whlch we feel IS a great accompllshment She flnds t1me to take an actlve part ln several act1v1t1es wh1ch lnclude Art Trl H1 Y Glrl Scouts Maroon Echoes and GR A The students of MPHS l1ke her happy person al1ty admlre her vlgorous attltude ln work and play and are very proud of her accompllshments Everyone enjoys hearmg her talk of her experl ences as an Exchange Student and well all be sorry to see her leave the halls of MPHS Tsar E l S I E a 4 " 1 is ftp' 'Lg PAT AND ELSA .aan-'--41. S. THE TAYLORS A ., V- :-' .,-.-.e,,-g'5:-gxv.5y- ' iii ,W , . . . 6 '17F:"1f5?'E ' ' EC. . . ' . I, g V .Mgt , 1' .,: . - , , A. , Y. C . . . K - K 7 3 . . n I 1 1 ' ' 1 9 9 - ' ' I , Q 4 u c u 1' 9 ,A y ' X . 7 . . . , E 2 4 Q Q YOL Q-XNT TAKE IT VS ITH YOU CHart ind Kaufmanj Penelope bx CAIHOIE Essle Rhebol Paul Sn eamore NI1 De Plnnd Don xld Nlartln Ndnderhof Ahce Henderson Tonx Kubx Borls Kolenkhow Gm XX elllngfton Mr Klrbw Hrs. Klfby' .A.TTT..,.TTTT Olgi TTTT TTT,,TTTTTTwTT J ,, Karen Johnson Chrlstl Strang Jane Haw klnb Wlarvxn Peterson Ned Colllns Jack Fenton Karl X 91 mace Ed Nleane Janet Hay eb Qtexe Proctor Jelrx Roth J J Casdnovx Pit Petehon Jack XX orrnmgton oomMadeline Clark YY,Y...oo,.,.oooeooeeeo,. Que NIcGohan ,nf ,fr 1' All HIGH PLAY HIGH GROUND Charlotte Hastmgs The Cast Nurse Ph1ll1ps Fredlne Savely Nurse Brent Vlfglnla Burroughs Sister Josephlne Chrxstv Strang Wlllv Pentrldge Mlke JHFVIS Slster Marv Bonaventure Sallv WIISOH Dr Jeffreye. J J Casanova The Mother Superlor Janet Tlmmerman Melhng Steve VO1t Sarat Carn Madehne Clark Mlss PICYCC Sue McGohan Martha Pentrldge Peggy Rlley JUNIOR CLASS PLAY "QA J""l SENIOR CLASS PLAY SEATED Marllyn Clark Basll Huston Karen Johnson STANDING Lvnn Cochran Sharon Stull Arnold Sperfslage, Ed Means Jack Fenton Linda Kmg NOT SHOWN Raymond Dunn ALL MY SONS Joe Keller Basll Huston Kate Keller Karm Johnson Chrls Keller Ed Means Ann Deever Roberta Davls George Deever Arnold Sperfslage Sue Bayllss Lmda Kmg Frank Lubey Lynn Cochran Bert Raymond Dunn Student Dlrector Marllyn Clark The semor class play All Mv Sons whlch recelved the Drama Crltlcs Award for the best new Amerlcan play of the season ln 1948 IS an lmpresslve drama whlch presents the age old problem to what extent are we responslble for the welfare of our fellow man? Arthur Mxller poses thls questxon and answers It ln thus grlppmgz story of a man who manu factures defectlve alrplane parts and loses one son as an lndlrect result Hls remammg son forces hlm to see the answer I Y Y ' : Dr. Jim Bayliss ,........,.. .....,.,..,,,,,,,..,,,,e,..,o........,,....,,,.,...,..,,,,,r,e,,A,..r, J ack Fenton ' Cl ,Y ' ' . . . , . n tl L u u u 5 a . Y K K. , a I x , L K n u ONE ACT PLAY -X NIINL ET bx 101114 N Parker Caet The 'Vlarcum Ed Nleane The NIHTCTIIOHQQQ Karen Buzgi The Caoler Jack Fenton durmfz the French Rex olutmn A French marnum awute hw dewth when he IM unevcpectedlx melted bx hm mfe Xl hom he hm not Qeen for some tlme The mood chances from blfternew to tendernefzq as the two recall thelr xouthful loxe , , . , A This is 11 noetic drama in a French nrison cell DEBATE Dlane Jones Mary Klodnycky Mr Butzler Jack Pugh Arlene Rommel DEClAM wk -2 'LT 1 e FIRST ROW Karen Blggs Janet Hayes Sandl Stookesberry Sue McGohan Christy Strang Fredxne Savely Shlrley PhllllpS Jackle Mason Clara Jo Holland Judy Gumn Sue Jackson Jean Looker Mary Klodnycky SECOND ROW Lmda Kltch Lmda Scarff Karen Collcfra Patty Bonser Rita 'Vleade Mary Fryer Dlane Jones Barbara Murphy Madeline Clark Lmda Lanfermen Sharon Eye Sara Stanley Wuamta Kerr Judy Glllaspey THIRD ROW Mrs Bowers Jane Hawkms Verla Eleanor Glanzman Llla Myers MBTllyh Clark 'Vlary Ellen Watters Mary Ellen aber FOURTH ROW Hazel Swaxles Sue Cormck Pat Waters Ann Cowen Lmda lggs Reta Lanferman John French Basll Huston Arnold Sperfslage Lmn Hunsaker Ned Collms R1lla Mllls ' l 7 ' . 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A N W '+'fR,j1 TARGET STAFF AT WORK FIRNT POV Ba 11 Hu ton Pat Taxlor Qandl Ford qIOOk65bLIIN Janlce XIAIUIT and WI1 Qnlf Bob Nlcfluan Qhenx Qtull Jazxl WICCul1 x Llnda Qhavx -XID19 iperfalage Lxn Robut on Lxnn Cochlan kann Blfzg THIRD ROVS Han -XTTCG Qauage Janet Haxes funn GOOKTIITQ WTHIITXH Flank I1Ta NI ua Judx 'Vielbx XlCk1 Laxwrencs V-5. 9 , J A f 1, - , X A We , - . ,S f T 'Z 9' s , ',,, ' ' . If A' , ' Curt Yirrien TCO-efixtorsl. He-Ten Rowe, Sharon Swan, Karln Johnson, SECOND ROW: . , . ," TA. . . '3,', . L, ',." . , HOIVIECOIVIING Queen Sandra Ford Escort-Curt Vlrden Attendant Roberta Davis Attendant-Joyce Keeley Escort,-Bob McLeran Escort,-Stan Taylor vs' . , A 4 gf. A V , My vs 'Air "H L, i- i . E TRI-HI-Y FIRST ROW Gwen Goodlng Pat Waters Lmda Shaw Karen Biggs Sharon Swan Sally Wllson Lmda Keller SECOND ROW Judy Melby Karm Johnson CORDIS Schadt Ann Calloway Murlee Jones Glenna Spraker Judy Roblnson Pat Robinson Janet Tlmmerman VlrglDl8 Dold Dlane Peterson Lmda Kmg Lyn Robertson Barbara Murphy Peggy Roblnson Cynthia Carter Ann Cowen THIRD ROW Ruth Stafford Marllyn Wells Pat Taylor Rlta Russell Wuamta Kerr Amv Lltton Ferne Stafford Vada Arnold Marle Jackson Jane Hawkins Madellne Clark Norma Ledbetter Shxrley PhllllpS Janet Mathews Lmda Kltch Maxlene Yaley Evelyn Rlce Dorls Shellabarger FOURTH ROW Mrs Van Tuyl Penny Patterson Sally Sutton Sharon Eye Sharon Goddard Mary Ellen Sater Kay Messer Clara Jo Holland Sandra Stlth Sue McGohan Patsy Welcher Sharon Hannum Betty Tweedy Lmda Biggs Judy Glllaspy Sharon Wolfe Jackle Mason FIFTH ROW Janlce Martln Karen Welcher Llla Myers Arlene Campbell Carolyn Tolson Janet McCulley, Judy Stocks Carol Yaley Margxe Wllson Martha Mlller Hazel Swalles Sue Cornlck Jean Looker Sara Stanley Lmda DeVol Carol W1lllamS Donna Hendrlcks Leona Fltch Pres1dent Karen Blggs V1ce Pres1dent Lmda Shaw Treasurer Sharon Swan Secretary Gwen Goodlng Corres Secretary Pat Waters HlSt0rlaH Lmda Keller Chaplaln Sally Wllson The 57 58 members of Trl H1 Y had a very busy year Besldes thelr monthly meetmgs and programs they decorated the Queens car for Home comlng and sponsored the Chrlstmas Dance, "My Speclal Angel A box of clothes were sent to a Kentucklan mountam famlly IH exchange for mlstletoe, whlch was sold to the students The Easter Assembly was also planned and presented by the members Mrs Rlchard Van Tuyl actmg as the advlsor devoted much of her efforts for the betterment of the organlzatlon Y ' : Y I 7 - , u 4 , n a n y n , a , , 1 , 1 1 1 1 a ' ' a , n . a I , 1 ' 1 5 . 1 . 1 - 1 1 1 , n , Q ' , 1 4 ' Y 7 I - I 1 7 ' : - 1 ' 1 1 . - 1 1 1 Q 1. 1. 1 . 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HI-Y FIRST ROW Ed Means Ronnxe Layer John Schroeder Gary Allee Jerry Bonser Lynn Cochran Stan Taylor Curt Vlrden Stuart Wrlght B111 Long SECOND ROW Wendell Shellabarger Ron McDowell Don Peterson Jerry Roth Kent Potter Steve Young Joe Rlepe Bob Clyde T1m Dram THIRD ROW Ted Ogxer Tom Van Tuyl Arnle Sperfslage Gary Peterson Ronn1e G1ll1s Gary Smlth J1m Snavely Jerry Rlng J1m Smlth FOURTH ROW Mr Van Tuyl Kermlt Sperfslage John Estes Ted Wlese Karl Vermace J1m French Tom Scarff D1ck Johnson Jlm Knedler Jerry Swan Presldent Lynn Cochran Vlce Pres1dent Jerry Bonser Secretary Curt Vlrden Chapla1n Gary Allee Sgt at Arms John Schroeder ThlS vear the H1 Y organ1zat1on engaged m a number of act1v1t1es such as sponsormg the annual Homecomlng parade At ThaI'lkSglVlllg under the guldance of Mr Van Tuyl thev produced thelr annual Thanks g1v1ng program before the student body The members of H1 Y also par tlclpated 1n a number of Jomt meetmgs w1th the 'IY1 H1 Y The purpose of the H1 Y orgamzatlon IS to help boys 'create mam tam and extend throughout the home school and commumty hlgh stand ards of Chrlstlan character : Y . 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Stan Taylor L Y ' Y ' Y uf . . . . , . v 1 ' ' v ' ' ' 77 FIRST ROW Dw1ght Cormck Dlck Smxth Wllbur wl1ll8mS Dennls Waddle Jack Shull Dwlght Messer Jaryl McCulley John Rldmger Jlm Mannlng Gary Jewett John Strothman Rlchard Sommerfleld Jerry Norton SECOND ROW Kenneth Krablll Fred Neff Clyde Wllson Gary Foster George Slmmons Dean Campbell Eugene Chrlstner Cecil McDowell Richard McGohan Robert Kerr Robert Farlss THIRD ROW Larry Whlte Robert Swan Larry Leu Jlm Stonehouse Dave Fuller Gerald Helsel Bob Hllbrant Charles Hourlhan Garrel Martln Kermlt Sperfslage Fred Savage Dale Johnson FOURTH ROW Advlsor Roger Garnjobst Rodney Asby Larry Rldmger Pete Smith Dean Messer Ivan Alter Marvin Elmore Richard H11 orant Doyle Dunn Ronald Cormck Mxke Klopfenstem Jerry Jordan Jlm Young Larry Krablll Warren Campbell Presldent Jaryl McCulley Vlce Presldent Jlm Manmng Secretary Gary Jewett Treasurer Dwight Messer Reporter Jack Shull Sentmel Ron Chrnstner There are 52 members ln the chapter thls year At the present time there are 29 members who hold the chapter Farmer Degree and 23 who hold the Greenhand Degree The orgamzatlon has been very active thls year The chapter rented Mr Cottrell s orchard and sold cider and apples to the commumty The chapter also took part m a Pest Control contest wlth the Falrfxeld FF A and won by a large margm Thxs entltled the chapter to a supper and a program of entertamment sponsored by the Falrfleld group FI Fo Al 1 : ' ' 1 1 1 ' 1 , 1 , 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 '. : 1 , 1 , 1 ' , 1 , 1 . 1 1 D 1 - : . 1 1 ' 1 I 1 . 1 1 1 I . 1 ' 1 , 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 , 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' , . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 , 1-1, r- 5 '-1 -.W 4' . ,f 1.1.3. .W 4 . 1 . 'I' U1 IH! L Y ,- 1 xm l Y A 1 x -f - I 1 1 . 1 1 Q ' I 0 5 . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 a 1 1 . o 0 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 FRESHIVIAN SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS Sue Jackson Karen Collora Jackie Mason at Bryant VARSITY CHEERLEADERS mrcum ' ,.N.kfIn- q -,ry D ,r tr V.. qv ..: mv ..i..,. A . ,lx W ' " , 7 ' ' ' W . I . ,Ay We V g Y exam-m . , ?:fasp .frfefea:ae W TMI .Q f f"7'r-' " f. '-V" "'4ffV 1 - , . 1 ff i . . if K X ty I ZZ., . - , ',- Q .F . Ml Wi: fs ' 7 xl - l 9 j t 5 '-Q 45, ,Ji Karen Collora, Helen Rowe, Georgia Cash. .Iudy Bates, Kay Messer. Sandy Stith.?rd R C Sandi Ford Stookesberry, President, Vada Arnold, Vice-President, Mary O'Connor. gf Qjf Janet Ross, Pat Wlelcher. Linda King. and Mary Jean Mertens. "elf W L' s "f,,. yi X ef x. .-4,4 lElllflllVlENS' CLUB 9254 it ef FIRST ROW: Dennis Gill. Elmer Wells. Lynn Cochran. Stan Taylor, Gary Molander. Wendell Williams. Larry White. SECOND ROW: Kenny Phillips, Nile Kennedy. Bolt 3lcLeran. Ed Lanferman. Karl Yermace. Steve Proctor. Malcolm Cochran. Vharlie 3IcYVilliams. THIRD ROW: Larry Robinson. Steve Young. Dallas Piper, Rogrcr Wehrle. Dick Meade. Dick Stookesllerry. Dean 31cPikc. Larry Kinney. Don Proctor. FOLRTH ROXV: Joe Lutz. Freshman Coach and P. E. Director: Robert Evans, Head Football Coachg Gay Dahn. Head Basketball Coach. and Emmett Barton, Athletic Director and Track Coach. Dlck Stookesberry Semor End 150 lbs ,dm VARSITY FOOTBALL Elmer Wells Semor Halfback 170 lbs All Conference All Conference Bob Evans Co Captain Head Football Coach Sophomore Basketball Coach Pete Molander Jumor Quarterback 135 lbs All Conference HM Larry Jacobs Junior End 160 lbs All Conference-H M Durk Buffmgton Dean McP1ke Semor Semor Guard 165 lbs Halfback 117 lbs All Conference-H M All Conference All Conference-H M All Conferencwli M Co Captain Wendell Wlll18mS Semor Senlor Tackle 175 lbs Dennls Glll Tackle-180 lbs 2nd T All State Hd! Charles McW1ll1ams Dallas Pxper Junior Semor Center 175 lbs Guard 160 lbs P' l Q- - . - l . . All Cogerence ' All Conference I 5 F i r- if Q06 498 QQ' I 3 Basll Huston Larry Kmney Chester Greenup Lynn Cochran Semor Jumor Junlor Semor Center 195lbs Tackle 1851bs Fullback 155lbs Mlke Fltzpatrlck Sophomore Semor Quarterback 155 lbs Larry Wrlght Tackle 205 lbs n llivk Dougherty Roger Wehrle Sophomore Sophomore Halfback-145 lbs. End-165 lbs. Quarterback 135 lbs John Strothman Terry Jacobs Sophomore Jumor Tackle 205 lbs Center 225 lbs Ed Lanferman Phil Hoaxrlin Senior Junior End-150 lbs. Fullback-165 lbs. Arnold Sperfslage Jlm Mannmg Jlm Schenk Dave Trueblood Senior J umor J unlor Senlor Guard 150 lbs Tackle-175 lbs Halfback 150 lbs Guard 155 lbs ThlS year s varslty football team really stepped out of the Llttle Slx wlth a dazzlmg record F1n1sh1ng second ln the conference wlth elght wms and only one loss the Panthers placed ten boys on All Conference teams and Wendell W1ll1ams was named to Second Team All State The school Splrlt was terr1f1c and It was a b1g asset to the team s success FRESHIVIAN SOPHOIVIORE FOOTBALL 11 ED 33 19 12 35 FIRST ROW Mlke Rukgaber Mgr Gay Dahn Coach Mlke Fltzpatrxck Larry Mc Cormlck Dlck Dougherty Walt Welllngton Jlm Jackson Ronald Lalrd Jerry Glanz man Jack Shull Larry Lampe SECOND ROW Doyle Dunn Terry Jacobs Robert Hllbrant Jim Snavely Rlchard Hllbrant Don Proctor Jim Young Davld Tlmmerman John Estes Roger Wehrle Dlck John on THIRD ROW Tom Scarlff Frank DeLuc1a Nile Buffmgton Joe Rlepe Steve Young Garrel Martln Jerry Maxwell Rlchard Archer Larry Melton Dennls Phllllps Walter LlttOn Gerald Rmg 5 QQ E Pete Molander Jr Guard 58 lst team All Conf All State-H M F I 9.9 5 Raymond Kmg Jr Guard 5 W Wx 32 Wendell Wlllxams Sr Forward 6 2nd team All Conf DDO Karl Vermace Sr Center-64 VARSITY BASKETBALL WON LOST 1-7 4 3 Elmer Wells Sr Guard 59 All Conference H M Larry Jacobs Jr Forward-6 -v -9 23130 John Rockwell Roger Wehrle Sr Forward 6 Soph Center 62 .O Steve Procbor Stan Purvls Jr Guard-5'5" :M G , f , A - ' - Q .Q J , H DQ ' Q A rg .x 'fi .- ' ' .' .I td' in - ' - ,-.wg , . . 5 I ,, , , . h I 4 ' 5 x 'N J 5 ' 1 5 ' " ' 'Q 9 - o' ' u J n 1 I Y I Q , - - 1 V I 1 - 5 4 I I U . y : ' 3 '+- I I , I . 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' 8 ., Q ' -5 ., . . , 'V A ' "' 8 10 I ' I I M I s 4 3 u- . x ' A 1' S 1 ,S 5 X , s 7 A Jr Forward 5'11" SOPHONIORE BASKETBALL FIRST ROW Dale Carden Mgr Walter Wellmgton Dlck Johnson Dlck Dougherty Jerry Swan Francls Kephart SECOND ROW Jlm Jackson Roger Wehrle Mlke Fltz patrick Nile Kennedy .hm Knedler THIRD ROW Coach Bob Evans Larry Kinney Larry McCorm1ck J acii Shull SOPHOMORES VARSITY MPHS OPP MPHS OPP 53 Centervllle W1nf1eld Bloomfleld Burllngton Ottumwa Keokuk Washmgton Ft Madlson Muscatme Burl1ngton Ottumwa Falrfleld Muscatme Keokuk Washmgton Ft Mad1SOH Won 13 Lost 6 Won 9 Lost 9 61 33 ' 67 15 ' ' 59 39 ' 51 39 ' 43 47 46 42 Fairfield 39 43 56 22 ' 41 42 . ' 49 47 ' 49 32 ' 42 53 70 47 ' ' 53 50 ' 33 50 57 26 ' 50 . ' TRACK FIRST ROW Durk Bufflngton Kenny Ph1ll1ps Dlck Meade Ed Lanferman Wendell Wllllams Bob McLeran Karl Vermace Dave Trueblood Dean McP1ke SECOND ROW Dlck Dougherty Walter Welllngton Jlm Jackeon Elmer Wells Larrv Lampe Jack Shull Nlle Kennedy THIRD ROVV Coach Emmett Barton Larrv Robmson Denms Phillips Robert Mllls Joe Rlepe Larry Melton Doyle Dunn Jlm Bonser BASEBAll SEASON'S RECORD 1957 Won 3 Lost 7 FIRST ROW: Steve Proctor. Charles McWilliams. Steve Younrr. Don Proctor. Larry Kinney, Garv Molander. SECOND ROW: Jerrv Ronser, .Tim Knedler. Larry Melton, Joe Riepe, Tom Shumaker. Frank DeLucia. THIRD ROW: Malcolm Cochran, Duane Allemang, Stan Taylor, Glen Hite, Wendell Wallingford. Pomt Secretary Iane Hawkins Head of Basketball Pat Bryant X me Presldent Lmda Lanferman Head of Volleyball Elsa Parvlamen Was. Presldent- Helen Rovse Publlclty Lvn Robertson Secretary Treasurer Gwen Goodlng .L FIRST ROW Joyce Keeley Karm Johnson DeeDee Galer Karen Thomas Eileen Wlck Madellne Clark Shlrley Harms Sharon Swan Mlkel Rltchle Georgia Cash Helen Rowe SECOND ROW Karen Welcher Janlce Martln Carol Peterman Vada Watters Linda Shaw THIRD ROW Gwen Goodmg Lmda Lanferman Shlrlev Phll llps Pat Robmson Marllyn Wells Patsv Welcher Sharon Hannum Lmda Keller FOURTH ROW Lyn Robertson Mary Ann Gerleman Madeline Anderson Marllyn Jones Ehzabeth Carver "5nin6 --annul smw-f FIRST ROW Janet McCulley Roberta Watters Marv Klodmckx Jael-ue Nlason Mary OConner Sharon Wolf Jeane Hawkms Clara Jo Holland Donna Smlth SECOND ROW Clndy Carter Peggy Robmson Kay Rhelnschmldt Barbara Wlannmg Kathy Hoover Judy Morrow Darla Long Kay Messer Rxta Lanferman THIRD ROW Marv Jean Mertens Alma Anderson' karen Collora Ann Cowen Judy Stocks Pat Bryant Dlane Jones Hazel Swalles Q? : . 1 I ' ', - T If I Y Ez. ' ' ' , rf- Q A Arnold, Malrllyn Allemang, Sandra Stith, Connle Schadt,. Arlerle Campbell, Mary Ellen I , Q K .I ,U I I .I 5' fl In A al I RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATION -1 Q fr -' 7 V 1 -iii .T I , , The seniors won the volleyball tournaments with Janice Maitin aa their captain Oui tianipolme team included Helen Rowe Shalon Wolfe Qhalon Quan Pat Brvant lox ce Keelew Karen Collora Patix Welchei and Fwen Foodlng A 3 N .fs.,..1 . , L V v i t1::1,ui' f e e - 1 to A ' A I, - ef , -,,.x , W, .W M, c c Q i . 1 ef' e. 'im' 'iii K , x A K V - 1 -, , ,,, 'M ,: ,V fa 1 wa. we.-- , '3Wv..t.4., I 1 l Pat Bryant's team came out victorious in the noon hour volleyball rivalrw wry -'FN HH The context for championship in noon hour baa The Juniors won the contest aa victors in hafsket kethall was clnmed bv Julie Kochs team ball mth Iulie Koch as captain I 5-I . i I W 'X v x X k . 1 H f , ' ... l M? - S A b J, 'A P I M ' L X V 1 R ' ' t ' li .. if f ' - I ' .T L i 1 W I f .- .., f ' . 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A , f V ,E xx " , ,AA ' -7 -V I ' A Z I I STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW Karen Thomas Lmda Lanferman Arnold Sperfslage Curt Vlrden Karen BlggS Roberta Davls Steve Young SECOND ROW Lmda Blggs Sue Cormck Pat Bryant Ann Cowen Clndy Carter Dlck Dougherty Pete Molander Joe Rlepe Marvln Peterson Our student COUHCII IS the student governlng body There are four members from each class Thls year we had our flrst Honorary Member Mlss Elsa Parvlalnen-our f1rst forelgn exchange student The Student Councll dlrects school act1v1t1es plans soclal l1fe such as dances partles and other aCtlVlt16S ln order to Create better lnterest IH the school The undertak1ngs of thls years student COUHCll began wlth Home comxng the theme was Around the World Then the councll sold M P H S pms A week before Chrlstmas the members sponsored a home room Chrlstmas decoratlon contest a prlze was awarded to the best decorated room On January 10 a dance was sponsored bv the student councll to ralse money for next years forelgn student Followmg the dance shares ln thls project were sold to students and merchants The response was wonderful In February the councll served at a Rotarlan dmner m order to earn more money for the forelgn student fund On Career Day an mformatlon booth was set up by the councll They also supervlsed dancmg ln the gym It also sponsored World Clothmg Week The COUHCII ended a busy year s act1v1t1es by selectlng next year s varslty cheerleaders GFFICE AIDES Mary Lynn Wehr Joy Martm CGOHS JANITORS Kate Mlller Mabel Van Tuyl Leota Ford Esther Lauer Lllly Scarff fGladys Johnson Art Norton Raymond Wolfe not plcturedy BUS DRIVERS FIRST ROW John Rldlnger Jaryl McCulley Bob McLe1an Dean Campbell SECOND ROW Clyde Wllson Dlck Smlth Rodney Asby Dwlght Messer FOURTH ROW George Slmmons Merle Conrad Henrv Holler Axnold Sperfslage 9' R g A , y3A ' WHOS WHO MOST POPULAR Karen Blggs Arme Sperfslage Vicki Lawrence Bob Momma MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED STEADIEST COUPLE BEST DANCERS Kann Johnson Curt Vxrden B b M L Sherry Stull O C emu BEST BUILD BEST FIGURE if 5-gy 1577 Wendell W11hams Joyce Keeley Roberta Davis Elmer Wells BEST ATHLETES Helen Rowe wi' Eddie Means Stan Taylor BEST LOOKING Gwen Gooding Sharon Jarvis Jerry Krieger BEST DRESSED MOST DEVILISH CLASS WILL Stanley P Taylor have nothlng to leave Karen IS gomg along Wlendell Thomas Wllhams bequeath my slow shuffllng walk to Marshall T ayer M1kel Ellzabeth R1tch1e leave my gum under the seats Ut helps to hold them togetherly John Arthur French bestow my blg words upon the next ed1t1on of Webster s D1ct1onary Sharon Jean Jarvls refuse to leave my dlamond Durk Fay Buffmgton bequeath my ab1l1ty to reslst women to J J Casanova Patr1c1a Ann Robmson leave my warm frlendly Smlle to everyone Llnda Lu Shaw bequeath my bass drum beater to Murlee Jones Zelda Elleen Olson bequeath my petltness to all one hundred flfty two hundred pounders Sherry Sue Stull go dancmg off w1th Bob Eleanor E Glanzman leave my quletness to Barbara Murphy Jerry Dean Bonser take my upper dentures Ill need them Erw1n John Schroeder leave to be an aeronautlcal engmeer Vackl Ann Lawrence bequeath my valedlctorlanshlp to next years ram Gary Rlchard Allee leave my hot rod knowledge to Jack Wormmgton Ann Laurene Platt leave the memory of my kmd personallty to brxghten up the halls of MPHS Lynn Cochran leave mv ab1l1ty to break my nose to Chas McWill1ams Mary Al1ce Savage bequeath my art1st1c ab1l1ty to Waunlta Kerr Janlce Axleen Martm bequeath my quletness to Sue McGohan Karm Kay Johnson bequeath my deep alto vo1ce to any glrl who can get that low Ronald Edwln Chrlstner leave my curllng 1ron to Mlke Fltzpatrxck klds' Gwendolyn Gay Goodmg leave my cute short ha1rcut to Jamce Law rence Karen Kay Welcher leave my smlle and frlendly laugh to Sandra Stlth Joyce Ann Marle Keeley leave my cheerlead1ng ab1l1ty to Karen Collora George Edwln Means Jr bequeath my actmg ab1l1ty to Jerry Roth Rlchard Cornellus Meade bequeath my ab1l1ty to have a very very very Jolly tlme to Jake Dorls Mae Shellabarger leave my httle room to the future tlcket seller James Edwln Leeper leave my mathematlcal mmd to Chuck Janet Ehzabeth Hayes leave my taxl servlce to anyone who can put up Wlth a bunch of no1sy klds and drlve at the same tlme Carol Ann Peterman leave It sure breaks my heart' Larry Wrlght leave my Democratlc ldeas I m sw1tch1ng to the grand ole party Judlth Kathleen Melby go struttmg off fW1th Curtj and I don t expect the band to follow' Marllyn Sue Clark leave my sclssors and glue to next years Layout Edltor for the Maroon Echoes Dean Gerald McP1ke leave my football Jersey helmet and shoes to any prospectlve football player who can get 1nto them Curtls L Vlrden leave my escortmg ab1l1ty to some lucky Jumor boy Llla Suzanne Myers leavmg after galmng much knowledge Dallas Lauvern Plper bequeath my bar bells and other Atlas bu1ld1ng equlpment to Gary Kyle Basll Ernest Huston bequeath my ab1l1ty to entertam hllarlously to Steve Volt I , . . . I . . I a 7 7 , . 3 . . . , . . , . , . . . .. . Y , . . i 0 , u nl , - - , . . , . 7 . , -- . . a ' - . . . . . , 7 as ' u n ' . ' 7 l ' ' 7 ll 77 ' 1 , V ' n n u n Q . , . , . 7 John W1ll1am Fenton, Jr., leave, saymg my usual farewell, "see ya, ' 77 v y ' , . . . . n , u o n ' s a , ., Q s l 7 7 7 ' ' ll 77 Q, . c u , . ' ' ' CK 77 , . 1 , . . . . . , . . ,, 7 7 7 77 . . . . , 7 7 . l . 9 . 1 . . 7 . . 7 7 , . . ,, . . , - ' 7! 7 Dlarie Elame Peterson leave my purely femxmne personallty to Julle Koc John Brewster Rockwell Jr bequeath my ab1l1ty not to fl1rt to my brother W1ll1am Roberta Joy Davls leave my ab1l1ty to have a hllarxous tlme to Kay Messer An1ta Andresen H1ll leave pohshmg my rmgs LOIS Jean Marlay leave for a better hfe Jerry Raymond Krelger leave good ole MPHS much worse for the wear Marllvn Ruth Anderson leave my naturally wavey blond halr to another Marllyn fMonroeD Mary Renee Henessee bequeath my worn out school books to my younger slsters Arnold Sperfslage depart breakmg the hearts of many freshmen glrls Ellen Florence Savage leave mv sponge 1n the lunch room Elsa MarJa Ann1kk1 Parvlalnen Taylor depart leavlng much happmess and some wonderful memorles ln the hearts of all MPHS students Patrlcla Ann Taylor leave my orlglnallty to Hazel Swalles Jaryl G McCulley bequeath my gavel to 1958 59 s FF A presldent Kenneth Wayne Phlllxps leave my track ab1l1ty to Bubbles Marle Carolyn Jackson bequeath my comb to Jane Hawklns Ronald Eugene Rlley leave my Jolly d1spos1t1on to Pete Molander Karen Sue Biggs exlt creatlng a great loss ln the Speech Department Arlene Kay Campbell bequeath the fun I have had IH my hxgh school days to Karen Thomas Karl August Vermace leave my helght to Dale Carden Helen Leora Rowe bequeath my clever llttle Jokes my rowdmess and my ab1l1ty to get 1nto trouble to Sharon Wolfe fNot that she needs lt D Gerald S Sammons depart leavlng my leather Jacket 1n my locker Sharon Lee Swan would leave mJ glft of gab to someone but I need It QHOW do you thlnk I get out of tlght spots'?J Ruth Idele Stafford leave THANK GOODNESS' Robert Harold McLeran bequeath my rhythmlcal talents to John Strothman Carol Elame Yaley leave my love for a good tlme to Penny Patterson Martha Joy Gulnn leave to JOIH Roy Mary Ann Gerleman leave the teachers looklng forward to a llttle peace and qulet Georgla Ann Cash bequeath mv Pep Club Jacket to a peppy lncommg freshman Donald D Prlce leave for further ham work CHam radlo that IS J Llnda Kay Klng bequeath my shortness to Karen Cralg Janette K Cr1le leave my cute smlle to Kay Rhelnschmldt Patr1c1a Faye Peterson bequeath my sen1or1t1s to Patsy Welcher LynDa Lee Robertson leave my horsemanshlp ab1l1ty to Mary Lou Wxlcox Dennls C Glll bequeath my reserved hospltal bed to D1ck Dougherty Gary Dean Branch f1nd that I am at the end of my l1mb so Im leavlng Elmer Wells bequeath my athletlc ab1l1ty to J1m Knedler Merle Gene Conrad leave my bus IH the bus barns Nw ll 0 -A 1 " 9 s -v , . ! , -- . , . 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