Muscatine High School - Auroran Yearbook (Muscatine, IA)

 - Class of 1949

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My purpose in this book is to describe in pic- ,,, 1 . - 5 ture and story the various happenings of the school 23 ear some serious and some otherwise. -all X y 1 5 -y. - T 52 For the first portion of the book, I have chosen gig pictures representing the different types of classes fig and activities. Musky teachers co-operated by se- ' ' . . . Q5 E lecting the students and arranging the pictures. tg Next I have presented the students receiving the ' E various honors bestowed by Musky I-Iigh, with the 2? exception of those receiving appointment to Quill and Scroll, the honorary journalistic society. This 23? rou a ears in the frontis iece. -4' 3 8 P PP P 3 - . . . . '4- lg In the third section I have included all the student lg groups of M.I-I.S., and, of course, in this division eg the seniors come first. In the last section I have - . , F4- lg placed advertisements of the Musky supporters and -ms . . 71396 some records of interest to the Musky fans. 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Kay Swickard and Margaret Ann Siemers were her excel- lent junior assistants. Qther staff members who made their aid a valuable contribution were Darrell Hopkins, Don Walter, and Larry Miller, juniors, and Suzanne Stevens and Patty Fuller, sophomores. Much of the credit for the informal pictures goes to Robert Bauer, circulation manager of the Musca- tine journal. Chamberlin's Studio took the formal pictures, and Jahn and Ollier of Chicago did the en- graving. The Economy Advertising Company of Iowa City were the printers of the book. That com- pany also made the lithograph for the end sheet. 9392?52922522952332f??2f?22S?S2S?22S?5'29i29Q?253?2S??2SiJ?25S?2QE2SwSaL '91 132922252953 5 EQ -4 5 Q D Q 3-1 Q if 954 4- 22 4. Si 5 3 531 .4. ii es? '?2Q+?295'+52Y?+?Q+'52Qt?Qi'?03ai99?r?2Qi22Qi?2S?i?2Simi?R 2525? 4 i99?'f?2Q12?f 4 r?25?+?29?+'32Qr?2f'3t?2ft5'29?t9f2l-?2f2ir?29? 93? 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V , X KX Q ,. .5 ' Li sm A W V WM www Q 3iI6i5Ei335iS5tSiS55i55Z3i3t5i5SZ3i5E3i55Z?i35G4:5t?i5Z3i5t5i'S5t3iS56iS56i5t5iS5ZS5135645Eir56iE5tSii5Z5i35Z?i5??sf56iE5Z?iE35t5i5Gi35Z3i5t3i5t3i5t3i35Gif356iS5EQ4 IQ Wi 'eg ax. us y onors . . . gg ew L53 Honors to Muskies were special rewards in scholarship and elections. 23 Perhaps the honor looked forward to most by seniors was that of being Q elected representative boy or girl. The entire student body selected the rep- E resentative boy and girl on the basis of service to the school and scholastic gg attainment evidenced by ranking in the upper third of the class. Of course, E3 the highest scholastic honors, valedictorian and salutatorian, went to the 53 seniors who had the hi hest oint avera es fi ured on the basis of four points f g P 3 1 3 5 for an A, three points for a B, two points for a C, and one point for a D. gig? Twenty-four seniors in the class of ,49 had a three-point average or better. 't' A arently the advice of senior bo s to freshman boys would be to consider G? Q PP y Q., gg grades more seriously. Proof of this feeling is the fact that only three senior if Q3 boys made a three-point average, and a number missed the honor because of ,E low freshman grades. 937: Q Even in high school years boys seem to convince girls that they are 'Pi better suited to hold jobs. This year out of twelve class officers only four were girls. Q- 245 Lg Every year since 1938 the Bill Roach trophy has been a coveted award E given in memory of Bill Roach. This trophy award is presented each year to 22 a boy who has been selected for being outstanding in sportsmanship, leader- E ship, perseverance, and school spirit. Also another of the top athletic honors 2 was se - A lection as team captain. "te 2 M.H.S. has its royalty too, and many senior girls, when the last football 33 game rolled around wished they could be Homecoming Queen for 1948. ,Q E The student body elected the Queen after the senior class chose five candi- E dates. The four remaining candidates acted as the Queen's attendants. 33 The homemaking department sponsored the Eun Festival, over which 23 reigned the l-lomemaking King and Queen. Each homemaking class selected lg? a boy and girl for candidates, and then the girls set up voting booths in the gg halls. They sold, votes for a penny each. 23 In this section are the students selected for these various honors during the school year. Ei 59262332?3if2?f?22Qf'2?Q+22Qi-32322932Qi?9?f?Qi-??Qi2f?i?2Qi2Qi??92i?29?+'25EQQf2?Q+?Qif2?Qf??Qi-?2fI3iE'2Qi9f?iE2Qi2?3+E2Q+22Qf9Qit?2':?t32Qt?2Qti2Qtf2?S?t??5? 0 9 9 6 f 2 2. f x Ms 'lv ix mn.- .w..,A., ., W, if ,pm-winks mv--gp Qi i"A .fm ' 1 ww 129'- w 'fm gym wuz' nm fm, v :J-W ,Q " QL - . -N MW, , ,ft , v-7,1 ,- aa N, 3515 ,M E 5 x A , Sui. rf 23 i 2 3 s 2 iz - if isgvzli f T' ' - ' 21152545 QQ , V 4 These new-fangled instruments that are in use nowadays are very complicated. The otlice switch- hoard is one of these intricate affairs if one is inexperienced in its ways. Mary Ann Yarcli, senior secretary-treasurer, found this true when she started messing around with the switches and wires. Laughing at her eflorts and making no attempt to help a fellow oflicer were jerry Phelps, president, and Bob Herwig, vice-president. Al Watson Ccenterl, junior class president, held the cookie jar for his fellow officers, Tom johnson Cleftj, secretary-treasurer, and George Hahn, vice-president. Tom was evidently afraid he wouldn't get his share of the fast diminishing supply of cookies. George, with both hands full, laughed at Tomis well-based fear. Even though he held the jar in one hand, Al wasnlt robbed of his share, and he didnlt seem worried that he would be. 3 P' vw Xa-x - . X. A, ,W QPSK ' ' g M A- , N' , :f1:5:z,,,.,i. M-A5 wi, dir fgl, xx ' 555. 'I fsj.. Vg by gm ,, .ml 29415 49' W sz ef W fi? S 25 5 'S Dx Mk . .Hr X if - f ., 42? f, ,,'fL ,V -www X Q .L grswif 5 K ww , Q B 'fm R1 W ,A , 1., - .vwmzzgwg , N F 6 ' , A , X' A.:-1L:T1i':i' ,.:2g54177fzm, , wi,-,mfzssvzfl iii W? Mei Aw A K S fS,ff1a..2g,,,fn.L, - 5554, Q ifsgfgiiffig Q J y . ,Qv , ' ' 5,920 ,- Big smiles have meanings. Dodie Duncan's reason was that she was Homecoming Queen and Bill johnson her escort. Her attendants were Cleft to rightD : Pat Zeug and Don Marine, Evelyn Hoopes and Jerry Phelps, Gloria Van Zyle and Gene Mueller, and Mary Ann Yarck and Bill Sturms. Maurice Ziegenhorn and Betty Bartenhagen presided over the Fun Festival given by the homemaking department with the co-operation of the dramatics department. 5213? :iii6ifi5Z3fS5Z5'bEfS5Z5f?5Z?ii5Z5f51355KSESKSISSEEJG+E55'?85sE5Z5f5tSfS5t5'ESZ?f556f5i5f356'?S5t5i656f55t5JifE-w5tQi'S56fS5EiabZS'f8Z?i'if35Z?f56f3Z3f5tQf5Z?f35Z3fS5Z5fS5Z3fE5Zil4 ir., .QS .im fi? M k Alb US Y Um . . . 3 In the fall of 1948 nine hundred eight teen-agers appeared in Musky so . . sl? halls. There were one hundred seventy-two seniors, two hundred three jun- iors, one hundred ninety-eight sophomores, and three hundred thirty-five -5. -4+ 5 freshmen. By the second semester these numbers had changed to one hun- 4' LE dred sixty-two seniors, one hundred ninety juniors, one hundred seventy- Q79 .41 +8254 53 . UQ IT' FY' U3 O 'U 23" O 3 O "1 fb Nm sv I3 Q- FP 23" "1 rn ro D' C D CL "1 ru O- 22 . DC "fm "1 FD Ch IJ" 5 ru N: 5 sw E' I3 UO sv P+ O FP no ill O 'Pm Q . UQ 23" PY' QQ? Q 93 hundred thirt -six students. One hundred sixt -four seniors received di lo- -,, y y P gg 3 mas in June. Two of them Clair Reed and Charles Hobart do not a ear gg I 1 E in the panels. T ' Q47 5 There is no doubt that the keenest interest of the ma'ority of these '- Muskies is in athletics. For this reason at the conclusion of this album sec- 'te . . .M . . . . . ' . . '47 E tion, Muskles will find individual pictures of the outstanding athletes in three ig leading sports: football, basketball, and baseball. The group least familiar E to Muskies undoubtedly is the baseball team. This activity is carried on en- gg tirely through the summer months. Last summer there were approximately ig twenty-six boys out for the sport, ten of whom were 1948 graduates. The team played approximately twelve games during the summer with Little Six schools and other schools such as Iowa City. All home games were played on 3-E Heinz Field. The boys played in a state sectional tournament at Calamus and were beaten by Iowa City in an extra inning, 1-O. Lefty Schnack gg coached the boys this year and he and the team are looking forward to a 2 ' S43 more successful season with one year of experience behind them. E Bo s shown on the a es of individuals were those most res onsible for Zig achieving Musky athletic records in the 1948-1949 year. At the close of the - - . . -.44 football season Muskies ranked second in the Little Six. They won four '49 . . 4' gg games, lost two, and tied one with Mt. Pleasant. Muskies also stood in sec- ig ond lace in the Little Six at the end of the basketball season having won ek' p I D eleven games and lost three in conference play. Q GR . of 95329352295325if5?Qi92Q'E2Qi?9?i??Q?5?9i+22Qi?9342239QQQQQQQQQQQQ92228-532935-328119Q+?2S?+9Q?QQi9S?f??Qi-329622Qi?S292Q'E95Sli9Qi-??Qi-?2Qi'?29?if2?Qi-9Q1I2Si?"Ne Senior Leaders in M.H.S. Activities Seniors were active members of various activity groups, who will miss them when school begins in September. Chorus claimed twenty-three seniors. Doug McConnaha seemed to be the busiest lad, singing in the mixed quartet, boys' quartet, and madrigal group and serving as soloist and assistant director. Marian Bloom, Jo Ann Brauns, and john Hahn also sang in the madrigal group. Marian sang in the mixed quartet, and john was one of the soloists. Charles Sabbath and Bob Toussaint sang in the boys' quartet. Charles was also a solo- ist. Gloria Van Zyle, Marilyn Zoller, and Audrey Spratt sang in girls' sextets. Marilyn was also cho- rus accompanist and a soloist. Jacque Cook served as small group and soloist accompanist . . . Thirteen seniors belonged to the Musky band. jerry New- ton was student director. janet Rummells, Mar- jorie Lewis, Gene Baillie, Lawrence Harden, and Mary Alice Hoopes were members of the brass sextet. Irene Schmarje was a member of the wood- wind trio, and she and Bob jones were members of the clarinet quartet . . . Twenty-seven seniors par- ticipated in dramatics this year. During their high school careers these senior dramatists acted in the following plays: "A Credit to the Family," "The Great American Familyf' and the senior play, "Dear Ruthf, Seniors who acted in "Dear Ruth" were: Dolores Duncan, Victor Finkle, Don Free- man, Marian Isaacs, Don Marine, jerry Miller, Phyllis McKeown, Donna O'Brien, Lois Safley, and Ray Shoultz. Ann Prochaska was prompter . . . Miss H. Margaret Kemble's stage crew boast- ed thirteen senior members. Two of them, Virginia Havercamp and Pat Zeug, worked on the stage for two years. Virginia was especially good in helping with the lighting . . . Debaters will lose only two fellow workers this year, Jim McKinney and jerry Miller. In his junior year jim was chosen top boy debater in the state, and he was also on the state champ debate team. jerry went out for radio speaking and debate . . . AURORAN staff members are generally extremely conscious of their particu- lar activity during their last semester in school be- cause yearbook work demands much of their spare time. Helen Richman worked on the staff three years. She was a feature writer as a sophomore, assistant editor as a junior, and editor as a senior. Tom Marten was staff photographer in his junior and senior years. Doreen Henke was editor of the editorial page in her senior year, and Mary Boese was a feature writer. George Wecksung was sports editor . . . A Squad basketball will miss five play- ers next year, Bob Herwig, Tommy Thomas, Jerry Grady, jerry Phelps, and Maynard Brugman, who were all members of the '49 squad. jerry Phelps was chosen captain . . . Seven seniors, Harlan Phillips, jerry Grady, Dale Schreurs, Bill Green- wald, Dewayne McIntyre, Bob Herwig, and May- nard Brugman, were members of the baseball team. Harlan was elected captain for 1949 . . . Eighteen husky seniors were members of the football team. Bill Sturms and Harlan Phillips were on the first all-conference team, and jerry Phelps and Harry Lewis were on the second conference team. Bill Johnson and Bob jones received honorable mention on the conference team. Most of the other players received letters. john Phillips received the Bill Roach award, and jerry Phelps and Bill Sturms were chosen as captains of the 1948 team. Others on the Musky team were Don Marine, Kenny Phelps, john Hahn, Victor Ziegenhorn, Marvin Hoeksema, Ray Schmelzer, Bill Greenwald, Stan- ley Zahniser, Don Mills, Lemuel Massey, and Dick Rieke, student manager. .mil CJQNI: BAILIJI1 BFTTY BARTFNHACFN MARIAN BLOOM VERNON BROXVN I,FO AVESINC DONA BELKNAI' BONNIE BLYTHE JO ANN BRAUN? LESTER ASKA M PA Lll. BENNETT MA RY BOITSF LISROY BRIGHT MARY Al.TIENl4I2RND BEVERLY BAISFR JERRY BOLILLIND JENNIIE BRITCHFR .ki MAYNARD BRUCMAN CAYLE BURK LORETTA BURROUCHS RICHARD CAMPBELL BILL DUCCAN IACQUE COOK BETTY BUSTER IO ANN CASE DOLORES DUNCAN ROBERTA CURRY CECIL COURTNEY MAY CORDWELL DONNA EICHELBERCER CARL DIPPLE CAROL DUNCAN MARILYN EICHENAUER I' M f ,qu I FRIED ENGLAND BEVIERLY ESSEX VICTOR FINKLE DON I-RITIHNIAN RAY IIRIEITRS FRFDA FLILLIER ,NIARKQIA VLILLIER IVAN MARVIN BILI, CRFIQNXYALD .IFRRY CRADY MARY CODDARD IEI.IJA MAI? KZOIDIJARIJ -IOAN CI-SIMM JOHN HAHN I.A.W'RI5NCQE HARDIIN RICHARD IIAVI3IlfQA.XlI' 1 vv-- fle x X V, sf 5 THR' VIRGINIA HAVERCAMP DOREEN HENKE MARVIN HOEKSIEMA EVELYN HOOPES RICHARD HOWARD FRED HLIRLBLIT PHYLLIS JENS BILL JOHNSON JIM HERRIOTT MARY ALICE HOOPES JACK HUTT MARIAN ISAACS BOB HERWIC NOEL HOOPES NEIL HYINK ROYCE HYINK 1 il A If QQ non JONES RICHARD KLIIZISIER 1JoLlc:LAs Mf1c3oxNAHA IDISXVAYNIE MHINTYRE NEVADA KIFIEVITR I-KOH LANCF MARIIORIII l.lfXY'IS VIZRIFF Mr:KlI.I,IP W., 4... NM'-...Qs-.-f .. Jw? .nliiinl 4 4 f r Nf 'if , 21 ,W-. A 5 Ya C 1, Q f ref, 2 , an DAVE KELIHIEY BOB LAXVLFR JOHN LIEXVIS I'HYI,l,IS !Xf1f:KlIOXY"N VICTOR KING HARRY I.IfXY'lf-Q ,IANIST lilfllfl. DON Mf:CLIl.l.OLlClll WW, LUCILLE MORGAN RLIBIE NUGENT JERRY NEXVTON GENE MLIELLER DOROTHY MOOMEY DONALD MILLS ROBERT MONTGOMERY JERRY MILLER QUENTIN MAXXVELL NONA MIX LEMLIEL MASSEY MARILYN MASSEY DON MARINE TOM MARTEN ALICE MADDOX JIM MCKINNEY :if ffm MARY ORR TOM OGILVIIE DONNA OIIRIFN KIENNY PHIZLIIS HARLAN PHILLIPS ANN PROCIIASIQA ,IOHN I'HII.l.II'S HELEN RIIIHMAX MARGARET RIIYNOLIDS ANCIFLINI1 ROCK RICHARD RIEKF DON RICKLIEIAS A I HAROLD IIAIQI ,IIERRY I'HlZl.I'S IIIZRNIIQIE RITIfIJ DOROTHY RO I K MU JANET RLIMMELLS SHIRLEY SANDER CHARLES SAISBATH RAY SCHMELZER LEONA SCHMARJE DONNA SHIELD JOHANNA SCHLIBICH FONDA SLATER IRENE SCHMARJE DALE SCHREURS RICHARD SISSEL MARY SMALLEY LOIS SAFLEY FAITH SLATER RAY SHOULTZ JOHN SCHXVAB U 'W if HENRY SOLL MARCFRY STECALI. ROSAINE STARK AUDRFY SPRATT HERMAN THEOBALD DONNA TAYLOR PAUL STUMME lill.l. STLIRMS TOMMY THOMAS MARGARET THOMPSON MARILYN SXVANSON ROB TOUSSIAINT MARY TRAFTON XVILLIS THIEKFR XVFSLEY TRADIER IALIRA TROUT 5 SHIRLEY VANCE DARLENE VAN DYKI? MARCIA WACTNER ANNA MAE VAN CENT DORIS XVIMIIERLY ANNA XVORTHINCTON MARY ANN YARCK IELINICE XWEBER CEORCE XIVECKSUNC CLARA VUILDIER GLORIA VAN ZYLE JOAN VERDOW' HOB XVAGLER FLOYD ZIECENHORN I-'AT ZELIC STANLEY ZAHNISER MARILYN ZOLLER VICTOR ZIEGEN HORN Aclivilies of Class of I949 lviARY ALTENBERND-Amicae l . . . F.I'I.A. 1,2 . , . Hi-Tri 4 . . . G,A.A. l,2, 3, 4, letter 2, state and local pins 3, president 4. LESTER M. ASKAM-George-Jefferson. LEO AVESING-Jefl- St. Mathias-F.F.A. l,2,3,4, sergeant-at-arms 4. ROBERT EU- GENE BAILLIE-Lancelot Q, Hi Mort-Hamilton in Ohio-Curia Regia 1 . . . Band 1,2, 3, 4, letters . . . Wrestling 1 . . . Dramat- ics I. BEVERLY BALSER-Bev-McKinley-F.H.A. 1,2 . . . Hi-Tri 2, 3,4 . . . Madrigal 4, accompanist . . . Band l,2, 3, 4, letter and chevrons . . . G.A.A. l,2, BETTY BARTENHAGEN- Bart-Corwin-F.H.A. 2,3 . . . Girls' Glee Club 2 . . . Office work 4 . . . Homemaking Queen 4. DONA JUNE BELKNAP- Union No. 8-F.H.A. 2,3 . . . Mixed Chorus i,2, 3, 4, letter and chevrons . . . Girls' Glee Club I,2,3. PAUL BENNETT-Jefferson-Hi-Y 4 . . . Track 3 . . . Letter- men's Club 3,4. MARIAN BLOOM-Bloom-Jefferson-Curia Regia 1,2 . . . Amicae i . . . Hi-Tri 2, 3,4 . . . Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Quartet 4 . . . Girls' Glee Club 3 . . . Madrigal 3, 4. BONNIE MAXINE BLYTHE-Oquawka, Illinois, Grade School -Amicae l . . . F.H.A. 4. MARY BOESE-Red-Lutheran Homes -AuRoRAN 4 . . . Quill and Scroll 4 . . . G.A.A. 4. JERRY BOULUND-Boolund, Bolo--Franklin-Thespians 3,4 . . . Hi-Y I,2,3,4 . . . B Squad Football 2 . . . B Squad Basketball 2 . . . Dramatics 3,4 . . . Homemaking King candidate l,2, 3, 4. JO ANN BRAUNS-Jo-Bayfield-Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4, letter and chevrons . . . Girls' Glee Club 1 . . . Madrigal 3,4 . . . Music contest l,2, 3, 4. LEROY BRIGHT-Sparky-Douglass, Hannibal, Missouri. JENNIE L. BRITCHER-Dunnie-Oak Grove-F.H.A. 4. VERNON BROWN-Brownie-Lincoln. MAYNARD ROBERT BRLIGMAN -Brugie-St. Mary's-F.F.A. 3,4 . . . A Squad Football 4 . . . A Squad Basketball 3, 4, letter 4 . . .Baseball 3, letter 3 . . . Track 3 . . . Lettermen's Club 4, GAYLE BURK-Taylor in Ce- dar Rapids-Apprentice Players 4 . . . I-Ii-Tri 3. I.ORETTA Page 71 JEANNE BURROUGHS-Tiney-Washington-Activities at Mus- catine: Dramatics 4 . . . Apprentice Players 4 . . . Activities at Detroit: Thespians 3 . . . Girls' A Squad Basketball 3, letter. BETTY BUSTER-Fairport-F.H.A. 2,4 . . . Mixed Chorus l,2, 3, 4 . . . Girls' Glee Club l,2, 3. RICHARD T. CAMPBELL-Dick -McKinley. JO ANN CASE-Jo, Blondie-Lincoln-Amicae 1 . . . F.H.A. 3 . . . Hi-Tri 2. JACQUE COOK-Nevada Grade School-Hi-Tri 3 . . . Mixed Chorus I,2,4 . , . Girls' Glee Club 1,2, secretary 1 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, lirst rating in state contest for flute solo 3, 4. MAY CORD- WELI--Shenandoah, Iowa-Library Club 4, president 4. CECIL COURTNEY-Kinross. ROBERTA CURRY-Berdie-Jefl'erson- F.H.A. 4 . . . Girls' Glee Club 4 . . . G.A.A. l. CARL DIPPLE -Geneva-Greenhands I . . . F.F.A. 2, 3,4 . . . Stage Crew 4 . . . Track 2. WILLIAM DUGGAN-Bill-Franklin-Mixed Cho- rus 3,4 . . . Boys' Glee Club 3,4 . . . B Squad Football 2. CAROL DUNCAN-Bayfield-Curia Regia l . . . Hi-Tri 4 . . . Girls' Glee Club 1 . . . Band 2, 3, 4, major letter and chevrons . . . G.A.A. 4 . . . Music contest 1,2,3,4, state honors 2, 3. DOLORES DUNCAN-Dodie-Central-Curia Regia 1 . . . F.H. A. 4 . . . Thespians 2,3,4, secretary 4, president 4, major letter . . . Hi-Tri 4 . . . Radio 4 . . . Girls' Glee Club 2 , . . Dramatics 1,2, 3, 4, senior play cast . . . Homecoming Queen 4 . . . Home- making Queen candidate l,3. DONNA EICHELBERGER-Ike- Star School-Curia Regia i,2, secretary 2 . . . Hi-Tri 3, secretary 3 . . . Mixed Chorus 2, 3, letter and chevrons . . . Girls' Glee Club 2, 3 . . , National Honor Society 3, 4 . . . Class vice-presi- dent 2 . . . Office secretary 4 . . . Valedictorian 4. MARILYN EICHENAUER-Ike-Lincoln-Curia Regia 2, vice-president 2 . . . Amicae 1 , . . N.F.L. l,2,3,4 . . . Hi-Tri 2, 3, 4, publicity chair- man 4 . . . Debate 1,2,3 . . . Declam 3,4 . . . Mixed Chorus 1 . . . Girls' Glee Club 1 . . . AuRoRAN 4, news editor . . . Nation- al Honor Society 3, 4. Activities of Class of I949 FRED ENGLAND-Butch-Jellerson-Hi-Y 4 . . , Stage Crew 4. BEVERLY ESSEX-Bev-Green Valley-Curia Regia 1,2 . , . F.I-I. A. 2,3 . . . Hi-Tri 3. VICTOR FINKLE-Vic-Jefferson-N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, treasurer 4 . . . Thespians 2, 3, 4, president 4 . . . Declam 2, 3,4 . . . Dramatics 2,3,4, major letter. DON FREEMAN- Bamcy-Zion Lutheran-Hi-Y 4 . . . A Squad Football 3 . . . Track 2 . . . Dramatics 4. RAY FREERS-Gus-Lincoln-Thes- pians 4, letter . . , Mixed Chorus 2 . . . Band 1 . . . Dramatics 4, major and minor letters. FREDA FULLER-Andy, Susie-Valley- F.H.A. 2, 3, 4. MARCIA FULLER-Cotter Consolidated School- Curia Regia 2, treasurer 2 . . , Hi-Tri 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, president 4 . . . Mixed Choms 2, letter 2 . . . Girls' Glee Club 1, letter 1. IVAN GARVIN-Mt. Grove-Greenhands 1 . . . F.F.A. 2 . . . Stage Crew 3, major letter 3 . . . Dramatics 3. ELDA MAE GODDARD-Lincoln-Activities at Letts: Declam 2, 3 . . . Mixed Chorus 2, 3 . . . Girls' Glee Club 1,2, 3 . . . Sextet 2,3 . . . Solo 1,2, 3 . . . Activities at Muscatine: Girls' Glee Club 4 . . . G.A.A. 4. MARY GODDARD-Franklin-F.H.A. 2, 3,4. JERRY GRADY-Sharpshooter-Zion Lutheran-B Squad Football 1 . . . A Squad Basketball 3, 4, letter . . . B Squad Basketball 1,2 . . . Baseball 3, letter . . . Track 1, student manager letter . . . Lettemien's Club 3, sergeant-at-arms. WILLIAM J. GREENWALD -Willy-McKinley-A Squad Football 3,4 . . .Wrestling 3, 4, letter 3,4 . . . Baseball 3, letter 3 . . . Track 3 . . . Lettermen's Club 3, 4. JOAN GRIMM--Lincoln-F.H.A. 2, 4. JOHN HAHN -Jefferson-Curia Regia 1 . . . Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, sergeant-at-arms . . . Mixed Chorus 3,4 . . . Boys' Glee Club 3,4 . . . Madrigal 4 . . . A Squad Football 3, 4, letter 3,4 . . . B Squad Football 1,2 . . . A Squad Basketball 3 . . . B Squad Basketball 1,2 . . . Track 1, 2,3 . . . Lettermen's Club 3,4, chairman. LAWRENCE HARDEN-Jeflerson-AuRoRAN 3 . . . Band 2, 3,4, letter. RICHARD PAUL HAVERCAMP-Dick-JeHerson-Radio 1,2,3,4. VIRGINIA HAVERCAMP-Ginny-Jefferson-Amicae 1 . . . Thespians 2, 3,4 . . . Hi-Tri 2, 3,4 . . . Mixed Chorus 2 . . . Girls' Glee Club 1 . . . Stage Crew 1,2, minor letter . . . Dramatics 1,2,3,4, major letter . . . Cheerleading 3,4, letter 3, 4. DOREEN HENKE-Doodle-Pine Bluff-F.H.A. 2 . . . Hi-Tri 3,4 . . . AuRoRAN 4 . . . Quill and Scroll 4. JIM HERRIOTT-Chil- licothe, Missouri. BOB HERWIG-Pretzel, Snaky, Spider-Hi-Y 2, 4 . . . A Squad Football 2, 3, student manager . . . A Squad Basketball 2, 3, 4, letter 3,4 . . . B Squad Basketball 1 . . . Base- ball 3,4 . . . Track 1,2 . . . Lettem1en's Club 3,4 . . . National Honor Society 3,4 . . . Representative Senior Boy. MARVIN HOEKSEMA-Hex-Washington-I-Ii-Y 2,3,4, treasurer 4 . . . A Squad Football 3, 4, letter . . . B Squad Football 1,2 . . . B Squad Basketball 2, student manager . . , Wrestling 3, student manager . . . Track 2, 3,4 . . . Lettermen's Club 4. 4 EVELYN HOOPES-Evie-Star School-Curia Regia 1,2 . . . Hi- Tri 3,4 . . . Mixed Chorus 2, letter 2 . . . Girls' Glee Club 2 . . . Cheerleading 3, 4, letter 3,4 . . . Homemaking Queen candidate 1 . . . Homecoming Queen attendant 4 . . . Victory Bond Queen at- tendant l ...Representative Senior Girl. NOEL HOOPES- Christmas-Star School-Greenhands 2 . . . F.F.A. 3,4 . . . Radio 4 . . . Mixed Chorus 3,4, letter . . . Boys' Glee Club 3,4 . . . Track 1,2. MARY ALICE HOOPES-Garfield-F.H.A. 1,2 . . . Hi-Tri 3,4 . . . Band 1,2, 3, 4, brass sextet 3,4 . . . G.A.A. 4. RICHARD L. HOWARD-Rich-Lillibridge Country School, Illi- nois-Greenhands 1 f . . F.F.A. 2, 3,4 . . . Wrestling 2,3.' FRED HLIRLBUT-Fubb-Garfield-A Squad Football 3 . . . B Squad Football 2 . . . Track 2. JACK HUTT-Red-Jefferson-Track 3,4. NEIL HYINK-Neitzel-Mittman School-Greenhands 2 . . . F.F. A. 3, 4, treasurer 4 . . . Stage Crew 4 . . . B Squad Football 2 . . . Wrestling 3, ROYCE HYINK-Mittman-Greenhands 1 . . . F.F.A. 2, 3,4 . . . Mixed Chorus 3, letter . . . Boys' Glee Club 3 . . . B Squad Football 2. MARIAN ISAACS-Washington-Curia Regia 1 . , . Amicae 1 . . . F.H.A. 2,3 . . . Thespians 4 . . . Hi- Tri 4 . . . Mixed Chorus 1,2, letter 1,2 . . . G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, let- ter 3, vice-president 4 . . . Dramatics 3, 4, minor letter 3. PHYL- LIS JENS-Grinner-Pine Blufl-F.H.A. 2, 3,4 . . . Dramatics 4, business staff for senior play. BILL JOHNSON-Moose-Jeflerson -Curia Regia 1 . . . Hi-Y 4 . . . Mixed Chorus 3 . . . Boys' Glee Club 3 . . , A Squad Football 2, 3, 4, letter 2, 3, 4, second all-con- ference team 3, honorable mention all-state 3 . . . B Squad Foot- ball 1 . . . B Squad Basketball 1,2 . . . Track 1,2, 3, 4, letter 2,3 . . . Lettermen's Club 3,4 . . . Class president 1. ROBERT JONES-Treetop, Rapid Robert-Washington-I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4, treasurer 4 . . . Band 1,2,3,4, letter 2,3 . . . A Squad Foot- ball 3, 4, letter 3,4 . . . B Squad Football 2 . . . A Squad Basket- ball 2, 3, letter 3 . . . B Squad Basketball 1 . . . Track 1,2, letter 2 . . . Lettermen's Club 3, 4. NEVADA KEEVER-Naida-Gar- field-Dramatics 4, business stall for senior play . . . First prize in fire poster contest. DAVID KELLEY-Dave-Melpine-Green- hands I . . . F.F.A. 2. . .Hi-Y 2, 3,4 . . . Radio 2 . . . Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, letter 2, 3,4 . . . Boys' Glee Club 2, 3,4 . . . B Squad Football 2 . . . Baseball 3 . . . Track 2. VICTOR KING- Garfield-Hawkeye Boys' State representative in 1948. RICHARD KLIEBLER-Pop-St. Mathias-Mixed Chorus 1,2,3 . . . Boys' Glee Club 2,3 . . . Stage Crew 4 . . . Track 2. BOB LANGE-Bats, Birdseed-Jefferson-A Squad Football 2,3 . . . Track 3. BOB LAWLER-Lollie-JelIerson-Radio 3 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, letter and chevrons. HARRY LEWIS-Mel-Lincoln -Greenhands 1,2 . . . Radio 1 . . . A Squad Football 3,4, letter 3,4, Little Six all-conference team . . . B Squad Football 1,2 . . . A Squad Basketball 3,4 . . . Track 1,2, 3, 4, letter . . . Letter- men's Club 3,4. JOHN D. LEWIS-Freckles, John L.-Roosevelt, Fairfield, Iowa. MARJORIE LEWIS-Marge-Garfield, Davenport -Curia Regia 1,2 , . . Amicae 1 . . . Hi-Tri 2, 3, 4, secretary 4 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 4, brass sextet 3, 4, French horn quartet 3. JANET MAE LOGEL-Janie-Garfield-F.H.A. 2. DOUGLAS MCCONNAI-IA-Doug-Lincoln School-Mixed Cho- rus 3, 4, Boys' Quartet 4, Mixed Quartet 4 . . . Boys' Glee Club 3,4 . . . Band 1,2, letter 1,2. DON McCULLOLIGH-Geneva- Hi-Y 2, 3,4, secretary 4 . . , AURORAN 1,2,3 . . . Band 1,2,3,4, letter 1,2, 3,4, solo cornet 3,4 . . . Track 4. DEWAYNE RICHARD MCINTYRE-Mac-Jefferson-Hi-Y 2,3 . . . Mixed Chorus 3,4, small group 3 . . . Boys' Glee Club 3,4 . . . A Squad Football 4 . . . A Squad Basketball 2 . . . B Squad Basketball 1 . . . Baseball 3,4 . . . Track 1,2 . . . Lettermen's Club 3, 4. PHYLLIS MCKEOWN-Micki-Washington, Iowa, Grade School-Curia Regia 1,2, treasurer 2 . . . Amicae 1, vice- Page 72 Activities of Class of I949 president 1 . . . Thespians 4, secretary 4 . . , Hi-Tri 2, 3, 4, presi- dent 4 . . . Band 1,2, 3, secretary 2, letter and chevrons . . . Dra- matics 4, role in senior play . . . I-Iomemaking Queen candidate 1. VERLEE MCKILLlP-CuCldleS-Atalissa--F.I-I.A. 4 . . . Girls' Bas- ketball team in Atalissa 1. JIM MCKINNEY-J. D.-JefIerson- Curia Regia 1,2 . . . N.F.L. 1,2, 3, 4, degree of distinction 3, pres- ident 4 . . . Hi-Y 2,3,4, secretary 4, chaplain 3 . . . Debate 1,2, 3,4, letter 1,2, 3, 4, state champions 3 . . . Oratory 2, 3, 4, fourth in state 3 . . . AuRoRAN 3 . . . A Squad Football student manager 2, letter 2 . . . Track 1. ALICE MADDOX-Allie, Blondie-Lincoln-Amicae 1. . . F.H.A. 2,3 . . . Hi-Tri 2. DONALD MARINE-Benny-Lincoln-Curia Regia 1 . . . Thespians 2,3,4 . . . Hi-Y 2 . . . Auxomu 3 . . . Band 1,2, 3 . . . A Squad Football 3, 4, letter 4 . . . B Squad Football 1,2 . . . Track 1,2, 3 . . . Lettermen's Club 4 . . . Dra- matics 2, 3, 4, letter 2, 4. THOMAS MARTEN-Zion Lutheran- AURORAN 3,4 . . . National Honor Society 3,4. LEMLIEL MAS- SEY-Lem-Franklin-A Squad Football 2, letter 2 . . . B Squad Football 2 . . . Track 2 . . . Lettermen's Club 4. MARILYN MASSEY-Washington-Curia Regia 1,2 . . . Amicae 1, president 1 . . . Hi-Tri 2, 3,4 . . . Dramatics 3, costume crew 3, prompter 3. QLIENTIN MAXWELL-Max-Lincoln-Radio 3,4 . . . Wres- tling 2 . . . Baseball 4 . . . Track 3,4, letter and medal 4, quali- fied for state tournament 4. GERALD RAYMOND MILLER- Geraldo, Curly, Lefty-Locust Grove-N.F.L. 1,2, 3, 4, vice-presi- dent 4 . . . Thespians 3, 4 . . . Debate 1,2,3,4 . . . Radio 1,2, 3, 4, superior in state finals 3 . . . Declam 3,4 . . . AURORAN 2 . . . Dramatics 2, 3,4 . . . B Squad Football 2. DON MILLS-Millo-Lincoln-A Squad Football 3, 4, letter . . . B Squad Football 1,2 . . . Wrestling 1,2, 3, letter . . . Track 1,2, 3, 4, letter. . . Lettermen's Club 3, 4. NONA LLICILE MIX- Mixie, Non-Lincoln-F.H.A. 4 . . . Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3, 4, letter and 4 chevrons. ROBERT W. MONTGOMERY-Monte-Horace Mann, Iowa City, Iowa-Band 1,2, 3, letter 1,2, 3 . . . Wrestling 2 . . . Ex-serviceman. DOROTHY MOOMEY-Dottie-Lincoln- Hi-Tri 2,3 . . . Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, letter and chevrons . . . Girls' Glee Club 2, 3. LLICILLE MORGAN-Nichols Consolidated School--F.H.A. 4 . . . G.A.A. 3, 4, GENE H. MUELLER-Pierre, Irish-St. Mathias-AuRoRAN 3, ad manager 3 . . . Mixed Chorus 3 . . . Boys' Glee Club 3 . . . A Squad Football 3,4 . . . B Squad Football 2 . . . Track 2, 3. JERRY NEWTON-Newt-Washington-Curia Regia 1 . . . Hi-Y 4 . . . Band 1,2, 3, 4, letter 1,2, 3,4, student director 4, vice-presi- dent 4, swing band 1,2,3,4 . . . B Squad Football 1,2 . . . B Squad Basketball 2, student manager 2 . . . Track 3. RLIBIE JEAN NLIGENT-Hazel Dell-Amicae 1 . . . F.H.A. 2 . . . Hi-Tri 3,4 . . . Band 3, letter 3. DONNA MAE O'BRIEN-Obie-Zion Lu- thcran-Amicae 1 . . . Thespians 4, vice-president 4 . . . I-Ii-Tri 2, 3,4 . . . Radio 4, announcing . . . AuRoRAN 2,3 . . . Band 2 . . . Dramatics 2, 3, 4, letter 3, role in senior play. TOM OGIL- VIE-Grant-Curia Regia 1,2 . . . Radio 4, announcer . . . Au- RORAN 3 . . . Mixed Chorus 1,4 . . . Boys' Glee Club 1,4 . . . Dramatics 1 . . , Boys' State 3. MARY ORR-Shiloh Country School. HAROLD W. PACE-Sonny-Sweetland-Greenhands 2 . . . F.F. A. 3, 4, sergeant-at-arms 4 . . . Stage Crew 4. JERRY PHELPS- Page 73 Jake-Jefferson-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, president 4 . . . A Squad Football 1, 2, 3, 4, letter 2, 3, 4, second all-conference team 4, co-captain 4 . . . A Squad Basketball 2, 3,4, letter 3, 4, captain 4 . . . B Squad Bas- ketball 1 . . . Track 1,2, 3, 4, letter 2,3,4 . . . Lettermen's Club KENNY PHELPS- 4, president 4. . .Class president 3,4. Creepy-McKinley-A Squad Football 3,4 . . . Wrestling 1,2, let- ter 1 . . . Track 3 . . . Lettermen's Club 4. HARLAN PHILLIPS -Harlo-Jefferson-Hi-Y 2, 3,4 . . . Mixed Chorus 4, letter 4 . . . Boys' Glee Club 4, letter 4 . . . A Squad Football 3,4, letter 4, all-conference team . . . B Squad Football 1,2 . . . B Squad Basketball 1,2 , . . Wrestling 3, letter 3 . . . Baseball 3, letter 3, captain 3 . , . Track l,3,4 . . . Lettermen's Club 3,4. JOHN L. PHILLIPS-Jefferson-Curia Regia 1,2 . . . Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, vice-president 3, president 3 . . . Debate 1,2 . . . A Squad Foot- ball 3,4, letter 4, Bill Roach trophy 4 . . . B Squad Football 1,2 . . , A Squad Basketball 3,4, student manager 3, 4, letter 4 . . . Track 2, 3,4 . . . Lettermen's Club 4. ANN PROCHASKA- Washington-Amicae 1 . . . N.F.L. 4 . . . Hi-Tri 2, 3,4 . . . De- bate 1,2, 3, major award . . . Interpretative Reading 2, 3, excellent rating . . . Radio 4, devotions . . . Declam 1,2,3 . . . Oratory 1, 2, 3, excellent rating . . . G.A.A. 1 . . . Dramatics 4, assistant di- rector of senior play. BERNICE REED-North Prairie-F.H.A. 2 . . . Hi-Tri 2,4 . . . Mixed Chorus 1,2, letter and chevrons . . . Dramatics 4. CLAIR E. REED-Franklin in Ottumwa. MAR- GARET ANN REYNOLDS-Jefferson-F.H.A. 1, 3 . . . Hi-Tri 4 . . . G.A.A. 3. HELEN RICHMAN-Punk-Pine Bluff-F.I'I.A. 2 . . Aunomw 2, 3, 4, assistant editor of paper 3, yearbook editor 4 . . . Quill and Scroll 3,4 . . . National Honor Society 3,4, DONALD RICKLEFS-Charlie-Greenhands 2 . . . F.F.A. 3, 4. DICK RIEKE-Bright Eyes-Jefferson-Radio 3,4 . . . Mixed Cho- rus 3 . . . Boys' Glee Club 3 . . . A Squad Football 4, student manager, letter . . . B Squad Football 1 . . . Track 4, student manager, letter. ANGELINE ROCK-Angie-Lincoln-Amicae 1 . . . F.H,A. 1,2,3, secretary 1 . . . Hi-Tri 2,3, secretary of class I. DOROTHY ROCK-Garfield-F.I'I.A. 2,3. JANET M. RUM- MELLS-Jefferson-Hi-Tri 4 . . . Band 1,2,3,4, letter 1,2, 3, 4, brass sextet. CHARLES SABBATH-Chuck, Charley, Chas-Gen- eva-Greenhands 1 . . . F.F.A. 2 . . . Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, presi- dent of chorus and chorus council 4 . . . Boys' Glec Club 2, 3,4, boys' quartet 2, 3, 4. LOIS SAFLEY-Alabama, Lowie-Wilton- Amicae 1, secretary 1 . . . F.I-I.A. 2 . . . Thespians 2,3,4, letter 2, 3, 4, troupe reporter 4 . . . Hi-Tri 2, 3,4 . . . Dramatics 2, 3, 4, senior play. SHIRLEY JEAN SANDER-Mink-Franklin-Amicae 1, vice-presi- dent . . . F.H.A. 2, 3 . . . Hi-Tri 2, 3 . . . Mixed Chorus 2, letter. IRENE SCHMARJE-Garfield-Curia Regia 2 . . . Amicae 1 . . . Hi-Tri 2, 3, 4, program chairman 4 . . . Band 1,2,3,-4, letter, 3 chevrons, clarinet quartet 2, 3,4 . . . G.A.A. 1 . . . National Hon- or Society 3,4. LEONA SCHMARJE-Franklin-F.H.A. 2 . . . Thespians 3, minor letter . . . Stage Crew 2. RAY SCHMELZER -Bromo-Jefferson-A Squad Football 3...Track 3. DALE SCHREURS-Franklin-Curia Regia 1 . . . Hi-Y 3, 4, vice-presi- dent 4 . . . Radio 4 . . . AuRoRAN 3, business manager 3 . . . A Squad Basketball 3, 4, student manager, letter 3,4 . . . B Squad Basketball 2 . . . Baseball 3, 4, letter 3 . . . Track 3, student man- ager, letter 3 . . . Lettermen's Club 4. JOHANNA SCHUBICH- Activities of Class of I949 Jo-Garfield-F.H.A. 2. JOHN SCHWAB-McKinley-Curia Regia 1 . . . AURORAN 3 . . . B Squad Football 2. DONNA SHIELD- Oak Grove-F.H,A. 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3. RAYMOND SHOLILTZ- Ray-Corwin-Greenhands 1 . . . F.F.A. 2 . . . Thespians 3,4 . . . Mixed Chorus 2,4 . . . Boys' Glee Club 4 . . . Dramatics 3, 4, major and minor letters . . . A Squad Football 3 , . . Track 2. RICHARD SISSEL-Cactus-Mittman No. 9-Greenhands 2. . . F.F.A. 3,4, scholarship award 3. FAITH SLATER-JefIerson- Amicae 1 , . . Hi-Tri 2, 3, 4, secretary 4 . Mixed Chorus 1, letter. FONDA M. SLATER-Jefferson-Amicae 1, treasurer I . . . Hi-Tri 2,3,4 . . . G.A.A. 1. MARY SMALLEY-Washing- ton. HENRY SOLL, JR.-Bill-Jefferson-Band 1 . . . Movie pro- jector operator l,2, 3,4. AUDREY SPRATT-Jefferson-Amicae 1 . . . Thespians 4 . . . Hi-Tri 2, 3,4 . . . Debate 1 . . . Interpre- tative Reading 4 , . . Declam 4 . . . Oratory 4 . . . Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3, 4, letter . . . Girls' Glee Club 1,2, sextet 4 . . . G.A.A. 2,4 . . . Dramatics 3, major letter. ROSAINE STARK-Ruckie-Jeflerson-Amicae 1 . . . F.H.A. 2, 4, president 4 . . . Hi-Tri 3,4 . . . Stage Crew 3 . . , G.A.A. I . . . Dramatics 3, letter 3 . . .Cheerleading 3,4, letter 3,4. MAR- GERY STEGALL--Marge-Franklin-Curia Regia I . . . Amicae 1 . . . Hi-Tri 3,4 . . . AuRoRAN 2 . . . Cheerleading 3, 4, letter 3, 4. PAUL STLIMME-Zion Lutheran-B Squad Football 2 . . . Track 3, 4, WILLIAM STURMS-Bill-Jefferson-Hi-Y 2,3,4 . . . A Squad Football 2, 3,4, co-captain 4, letters, first all-conference team, honorable mention on all-state team . . . B Squad Football l . . . A Squad Basketball 3, letter 3 . . . B Squad Basketball 1,2 . . . Track 1, 3, 4, letter 3, 4 . . . Lettermen's Club 3, 4, vice-president 4. MARILYN SWANSON-Wilton Public School-Activities at Mus- catine: Curia Regia 3 . . . Hi-Tri 3, 4, secretary 4 . . . Band 3, 4, letter 3 . . . Activities at Wilton: Mixed Chorus 1,2 . . . Girls! Glee Club 1,2 . . . Band 1,2. DONNA TAYLOR-BIondie- Franklin-Amicae 1 . . . F.H.A. 2, 3,4 . . . Hi-Tri 2 . . . G.A.A. 1. HERMAN THEOBALD, JR.-McKinley-Mixed Chorus 2,3 . . . Boys' Glee Club 2, 3 . . . Radio 4. WILLIS THIEKER- Willy-North Star-Greenhands 2 . . . F.F.A. 3,4, treasurer 3, president, secretary 4 . . . Mixed Chorus 3, 4, letter 3 . . . Boys' Glee Club 3, 4. KENNETH THOMAS-Tommy-Jefferson-A Squad Basketball 3, 4, letter 3,4 . . . B Squad Basketball 1,2, cap- tain 2 . . . Track 1,2, letter 2 . . . Lettermen's Club 3, 4, secre- tary 3, 4. MARGARET ANN THOMPSON-Muggs-Union-Band 2, 3, letter and 2 chevrons. ROBERT TOUSSAINT-Tooly-Jefferson-Hi-Y 2, 3,4 . . . Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3, 4, letter 1,2, 3,4 . . . Boys' Glee Club l,2,3,4, boys" quartet 2, 3,4 . . . Track 2. WESLEY TRADER - Wes - Highland - Greenhands 1 . . . F.F.A. 2, 3, 4. MARY ANN TRAFTON-Lime City Country School-Girls' Glee Club 2. LAURA TROUT-Lori-Jefferson-Curia Regia 1 . .. Amicae I . . . Hi-Tri 2, 3, 4, vice-president 3, publicity chairman 4 . . . Mixed Chorus 4 . . . Band 1,2,3, letter, 2 chevrons. SHIR- LEY VANCE-Shirl-Lincoln. DARLENE VAN DYKE-Lincoln- Amicae 1, president 1 . . . Hi-Tri 2 . . . Band 2, color guard 2 . . . G.A.A. 1, secretary-treasurer 1. ANNA MAE VAN GENT- Ann-Jeflerson-Amicae 1 . . . Hi-Tri 2,3,4. GLORIA VAN ZYLE-Dinger-Amicae 1 . , . Hi-Tri 3 . . . Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3,4 . . . Girls' Glee Club 2,3 . . . Harmonettes 1,2, 3, 4. JOAN VERDOW-Jo-Danforth Elementary-Mixed Chorus 1,2. BOB WAGLER-Wag-Washington-B Squad Foot- ball 2. MARCIA WAGNER-Marcy-Jeflerson-Curia Regia 1,2 . . . Amicae I . . . N.F.L. 1,2, 3,4 . . . Thespians 2,3,4, secre- tary 4 . , . Hi-Tri 2, 3,4 . . . Debate 1,2, minor letter I, 2 . . . Dramatics 2, 3, 4, major letter 2, 3, 4. ELINICE WEBER-McKinley -Amicae 1 . . . Thespians 4, treasurer 4 . . . Hi-Tri 2,3 . . . Band 2,3 . . . Dramatics 4, GEORGE WECKSLING-Gawerge-- McKinley-AURORAN 4 . . . B Squad Football 2 . . . Wrestling I. CLARA JEAN WILDER-Lincoln-Office secretary at Junior Col- lege. DORIS WIMBERLY-Jefferson-Amicae I . . . Mixed Chorus 4. ANNA MAE WORTHINGTON-Irving School, Creston, Iowa- Activities at Muscatine: F.H.A. 3 . . . Activities at Creston: Band 1 . . . Dramatics 2. MARY ANN YARCK-Piggy-Franklin- Amicae 1, treasurer 1 . . . Hi-Tri 2,4 . . . AURORAN 2, 3, feature writer . . . Stage Crew 3 . . . G.A.A. 1, point keeper . . . Cheer- leading 3, 4, letter 3,4. STANLEY ZAHNISER-Lefty, Stan- San Leandro, California-A Squad Football 3,4 , . . Track 3. PATRICIA ZELIG-Pat-Jefferson-Curia Regia 1,2, president 2 . . . Thespians 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, vice-president 4 . . . Hi-Tri 2, 3,4 . . . Stage Crew 2, 3, letter 3 . . . Cheerleading 3, 4, letter 3, 4 . . . Class vice-president I, secretary-treasurer 2 . . . Homecom- ing Queen attendant 4 . , . Victory Bond Queen attendant 1. FLOYD ZIEGENHORN-Ziggy-Union School No. 5--Greenhands 1 . . . F,F.A. 3,4, sergeant-at-arms 3, treasurer 4, vice-president 4 . . . B Squad Football 2. VICTOR ZIEGENI-IORN-Vic-Union School No. 5-Greenhands 1 . . . F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, vice-president 3, secretary 3, president 4 . . . A Squad Football 3,4 . . . B Squad Football 2 . . . Track 3. MARILYN ZOLLER-Jefferson-Curia Regia 1,2 . . . Amicae 1 . . . Hi-Tri 2, 3,4 . . . Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,4, letters, accompanist 4 . . . Girls' Glee Club 2,3 . . . Mad- rigal I, sextet 1,2, 3 . . . National Honor Society 3,4 . . . Saluta- torian 4. SENIOR CLASS MOTTO Not at the top, but climbing. SENIOR CLASS COLORS Green and White CLASS FLOWER Sweetpea Page 74 Muscatine High School Freshmen Upper Qroup-First Row: Teresa Calloway, Patsy Buchele, Barbara Boynton, Beverly Axel, Pat Connor, Pat Berg, Claire Chelstrom, Glenda Boyd. Second Row. Paul Archer, Roger Cooley, Samuel Bloomhufl, Donald Barton, Harvey Allbee, Doug Ager, Marlin Brossart, jim Bohling. ffbiitl Row: Duane Chelf, LeRoy Brookhart, jo Ann Cozad, Inez Brade, Margaret Aden, Pat Bunn, Emily Blake, Gerald Birkhofer. 'Fourth Roni: Donald Adams, Keith Butcher, Francis Bodman, Bob Boshart, Dick Andersen, james Brown, Bill Bartenhagen, Eugene Doyle, Fijflv Row: Xllfalter Chatfield, Harold Blake, Dick Armstrong, Lynne Chamberlin, Sherman Ballew, Byron Anderson, john Brier, Roy Chamberlin. Lower Qroiip-lFiisl Row. Charolette Gallagher, Alice Fuller, Sandra Eis, janet Enilet, Faye Dietz, juanita Erwin, Pat Greenwald, Lois Gray. Second Roni. Helen Foor, Charlene Freeman, Emily Evans, Dorothy Edgington, Betty George, Barbara Freers, Helen Davis, Betty Foster, Marilyn Franklin. ffliirzl Roni: Ronald Edwards, Harry Evans, Pat Grossklaus, Deloris Gatton, juanita Etter, Betty Doyle, Charlotte Epperly, Louise Gasaway, Bill Diesch. iFUlH'll,l Row: Donald Day, Bartlett Derrick, Henry De Heer, Bill Dickinson, Delores Feustel, May Eis, David Griffith, Eugene Darnell, Rex Feustel. Tijtli Row: Rudolph Fath, john Gordy, john Duncan, Duane Dawson, Regina Fath, Bob Farrar, Fred Graham, Le Verne Fisher. Page 75 Muscatine High School Freshmen 'Upper Qronp-.first Row: Juanita Howard, Sally Hine, Janice Hathaway, Paula Henderson, Patsy Harter, Janet Huber, Gertrude Hall, Joyce Hoffman. Second Roni: Vernon Keiser, Clark Jefferson, Jane Hoopes, Alice Hagy, Carole Hoffman, Pat Krider, Sheila Harrison, Ronnie Honts. ffliird Rom: Leon Kardux, Bill Hemming, Phyllis Leech, Shirley Kruse, Ruth Larson, Dorothy Keller, Betty Hubble, Jenny Lee, Ronald Lemkau. Tonrllp Rom: Jim Hill, Jack Luder, Douglas Keck, Beverly Lamb, Mary Jo Kennedy, Vera Ivey, John Hilton, Ernest Johnson, Donald Leibbrand. lfifili Row: Dwayne Jones, Bert Hartman, Roger Knott, Bob James, Alfred Hoffman, Dean Henke, Melvin Hunter, Bill Jones, Ose Fenn Henderson. Lower Qroup-Tirst Row: Jimmy Norris, Donald Massey, Ronald Martin, Dick Miller, Franklin Nienkark, Jack Pulliam, Phillip Plumb, John Oberhaus. Second Row: Marilyn Nichols, Vera Posten, Kay Nissen, Donna Pryor, Vivian Noble, Betty Owens, Delores Moore, Tommy Nail, David McGowan, Ruth O'Brien. ffbirtl Row: Jennie Moore, Joyce Meyer, Karol McCaffrey, Joan Miller, Margaret Patton, Helen Noble, Ronald McGowan, Tommy McCleary, Jerry Moore, Jean Orr. Tonrtlw Row: Donna Mundt, Suzanne Phillips, Jo Ann Paetz, Bonnie Moomey, Marcella Noret, Daisy Morgan, Sherry Marshall, Warreii Poole, Richard McHarg. Tiftb Row: Myron Martz, Richard Orr, Albert Marolf, Jerry Miller, Herman Pippert, Kenneth Noble, Bob Maeglin, Kenneth McCaffrey, Billy Molis, Kenneth Munclay. Page 76 . . Mischievous, Anxious, Active Upper Qroup-Tirst Rolo: Kathleen Rutledge, Ruthellen Soltwedel, Illene Shuster, Dolores Sommerdorf, Alice Rey- nolds, Mary Spitznogle, Roberta Schmidt, Ruth Shenk. Second Rom: Ethel Rouse, Danetta Rowe, joann Rathburn, Shirley Schroeder, Bonnadelle Sissel, joyce Schmitt, Walyne Rock, Fred Reed. ffliird Row: Donald Schweitzer, Charles Schwartz, Ben Shoemaker, Molly Schroeder, Gloria Soll, Eyvonne Seiler, janeen Ripley, Katherine Roth, Marjorie Schaer. lliourtli Row: Richard Schrieber, Larry Richman, Myron Schroeder, Melvin Stalkfleet, Shirley Schmidt, Paul Rembold, Richard Schmidt, Herbert Rembold, Cary Ramseyer. Tijitb Row: john Shetler, George Robinson, LeRoy Schenkel, Richard Reynolds, Bonnie Schwartz, Betty Schubich, jon Rakow, Roger Rhodes, Dick Riley. Lower Qroup-lfirst Row: Dolores Wilson, Darlene Zellmer, Mabel Terry, joan Weggen, Marilyn Watts, janet Van Dyke, Norma Van Est, Colleen West. Second Rom: Tom Wigim, Bob Weissmiller, jimmie Weber, Dean Syinmonds, Paul Thompson, Edward Weber, Donny Sturms, john Tompkins. LTl11'rtl Row: Dick Synnnonds, Robert Wfesterfelt, james Wellons, Max Todd, Patricia Toyne, Frances Stender, Ruth Titus, Keith Wagner. ifourtb Row: Orville Van Acker, Harold Symmonds, Shirley Wright, Virginia Wilson, Nancy Templeman, Beverly Wimberly, jackie White. Tiftli Row: Maurice Ziegenhorn, Bob Yingling, Bob Vorwerk, Wilbur Tompkins, Dale Zeng, Bill Sterner, David Wakefield, Gary Tompkins. Page 77 J0MWy6 'WJJT Muscatine High School Sophomores Upper Qroup-Tirst Row: Pauline Coder, joan Borgstadt, jo Ann Bloom, Ruth Buckley, Ruth Calvert, Roberta Baumgardner, Pat Ditch, Joanne Colberg, Edith Cordwell. Second Row: Ronald Crow, Dick Duggan, Dick Coons, Lela Buser, janiece Chapman, Rosemary Brawner, Norma Dollman, Marvin Croson, Donald Crow, fflairil Row: Bob Allmandinger, Sherman Burns, Leonard Brewer, Nadine Dallas, Beverly Barko, Marcia Belter, Bill Coder, Victor Burch, Larry Brewer. Tourtll Row: Alva Beason, Sidney Broud, Ronald Curtis, George Bishop, Floyd Amos, Eugene Cooper, Billy Bright, George Buster. Tijth Row: Norman Andreas, Irwin Cunningham, Ronald Beitz, Bob Berry, Roger Copper, Frank Bromwell, Carl Brown, ,lohn Bloom. Lower Qroup-lliirsl Row. janice Egel, Pat Fuller, Teresa Howard, Shirley Hatfield, Sheila Krider, Marlene Heinkel, joan Kracht, Chloerine Holliday, Betty Franklin, Pat Hoffman, Marilyn Essex. Sccomi Row. Ellen England, Lois Hathaway, Mary jones, Charlotte Graham, Marilyn Harrison, Roberta janney, Ella Mae Fisher, Beverly Eis, Ruth Hagy, janet Fowler, Dorothy Frankenberry, Harold Hopkins. Third Rom: Glenn Hopkins, Harold Gerndt, joan Hart, joan Grosjean, Grace Ann Furnas, Verlee Eden, Shirley Garvin, Evelyn Hobart, joan Emlet, Opal Franken- berry, Eddie Humpleby, Gene Kopp, Walter Hoag. flfourtb Row: jackie Hull, Bob Gosset, XVesley Fry, Bill Hender- son, Bob Kolmerer, Donna Bridge, Phyllis Howard, Vaughn Evans, Ralph Hoag, Dick Hazen, Harold Hammann, jim Holliday, Paul Freyermuth. Tiftln Row: Mickey Hagermann, jake Korte, Lanny Grady, Keith Faulkner, Donald Harmon, Durrel Hilton, jim King, Laverne Fulton, James Hillier, Carl Hines, Basil Haney, Everette Harper. Page 78 . . Gonscientious, Gay, Ambitious Upper Ql'0llj7-EFTVST Row: Shirley McGleary, Rose Logel, Darlene Ricklefs, Virginia Meyer, Barbara McGrew, Lucille Paetz, Norma Miller, Shirley Meisky, Alice Nichols, joanne Patterson, jeanene Powell. Secoml Row: Norma Miller, Barbara Luellen, Laura Martin, Rose Rasmussen, Louise Marolf, Clarabelle Ricketts, jim Pulliam, Larry Phillips, Keith McKillip, jim Lamb. Third Row: Marilyn Mason, Mary Ann McCaffrey, Bennett Levin, Don Lewis, Diane Odell, Barbara Lewis, Willodine Meeke, jerry Paetz, Billy Lee, Donna Lawson, Deloris Moomey. Fourth Row: Dick Petty, Walter Rada, jerry Littell, Ann Osborn, Pat Othmer, june Phillips, Dwaine Pahl, Don Powell, jerry Lange, Kenny Olson. fifth Row: john Millage, Don Mercer, Lyle Lucas, john Nail, Kenny Martin, Marvin Plank, Gerald Reifert, Warren Meerdink, Bill Morgan, Dale Olson, Lyle Rada. Lower Qroup-fFirst Row: Marilyn Sommerdorf, Gwen Slack, Mervin Sanders, Wayne Sander, Ernest Ross, Robert Ross, jimmie Sturms, jerry Stark, Dorene Tobias, Violet Snyder, Carolynn Stumme. Second Row: Doris Weeks, Phyllis Shoppa, Norma Truitt, Carol Wetzel, Margaret Wilson, Betty Yoder, Beverly Zachmeyer, Twyla Worthing- ton, Phyllis Wagler, Shirley Weber, Donna Silberhorn, Evelyn Warren. Tlivirtl Row: john Wilson, Larry Robertson, Beverly Smull, Florence Ridenour, Helen Schwartz, Elsie Terry, janet Tobias, Eileen Sohn, Lucille Stender, Suzanne Stevens, Wilma Welk, Loretta Wyckoff. Tourlb Row: Harold Safley, Helen Schmalz, La Vaughn Shoopman, jean Shoultz, judy Winstead, joyce Rummells, Dick Schumacher, Kenneth Washburn, Arthur Van Dyke, Bill Townsend, Dick Varney, Weldon Schmoldt. Tiftly Row: jim Thompson, Phillip Welsch, Bill Schneider, Clark Ziegenhorn, Kenny Starkweather, Donald Scott, Berry Tracy, Dick Vander Horn, Gerald Walter, Ed Stark. Page 79 Lywww m.5!'i..f-nv it-' 'af' ' ' ' Muscatine High School Juniors 'Upper Qroiafv-fFi1'.sl Row: De Aun Crow, Glenna Buster, Margaret Curry, Alice Bently, Betty Berry, Marian Burr, Mildred Benninger, Gladys Barnhart, .leanne Christensen, Cleta Buster. Second Row: Bonnie Belknap, Anna Behm, Norma Doak, Florence Easterday, Patricia Beisner, Norinarie Doerfer, Dorothy Beckman, Donna Brawner, joan Corder, ,loy De Vries, Clarence Ellis. Third Row: jack Burns, Betty Evans, Darlene Becker, Delores Burns, Robert Bahr, Cecil Calvert, Billy Bloomhufl, ,lo Ann Doering, Mary Dawson, Doris Bierman. Tourth Row: Keith Bloomer, Barry Brauns, Richard L. Campbell, Ronald Brookhart, Ralph Birkhofer, lvan Cochran, Gaylord Arclier, Henry Brei, Jerome Bueser, Keith Angerer. Tifth Row: Leland Brase, Robert Burr, Robert Brei, Bernard Benninger, Kenneth Dunlap, Brad Burns, Bill Dietrich, john Aden, Marvin Cooney. .Comer Qroiip-Tirst Rom. Pat Honts, Norma Haller, Pat Keller, Emma Frost, Lois Finchem, Elaine Grothe, Evelyn Fowler, Lucille johnson, Marilyn Hines, Shirley Gifford. Second Row. Darrell Hopkins, IX4arilyn Greenwald, Barbara Huber, Phyllis johnson, Francene Glatstein, Ann Hoopes, Donna Keller, Alice Freyermuth, Donna Fisher, Florence Fitzgerald, Floyd Garrett. Third Row: Ernest House, Edwin Freyermuth, Shirley Holliday, Shirley Hutt, Lois Greenblatt, Frances Ford, Carl Hines, Robert Helm, Neil Greenwald, Vernon Hoeksema. Tourlli Roni: Nomi Goddard, Norene Flake, jo Ann Grott, Doris Kemper, Delaine Hildebrandt, Richard Hohenadel, Gene Hagy, Warren Froehner, Larry Henderson, Robert Humpleby, Robert Foley. Fifth Rom: Virgil Hamer, Carl Harder, Arthur Hayes, Clifford Freyermuth, Tommy johnson, Leonard Horst, Gary Gordy, George Hahn, Richard janney, Bill Jacobs, Neil Fitzmorris. Page 83 . . Responsible, Alert, Deferminecl 'llplwr Qronlv-ffirst Row: Phyllis Sprouse, Shirley Walker, Marilyn Schaer, Anna Workman, Kaye Stumme, Marvin Skolnick, janet Sywassink, Kay Swickard, Betty Russell, Ramona Warner, Secoml Row: Mary Syinnionds, june Wleber, Esther Toyne, Betty Tompkins, Phyllis Tackenberg, Dorene Tobias, Della Varney, Margie Ward, Pat Stark. Tlninl Row: Kathryn Weber, Rosemary Toyne, Barbara Toyne, Gladys Royal, Audrey Schlapkohl, Helen Spaulding, Mary Ann Sander, Bonnie Willits, jo Ann Ziegenhorn, Gertrude Wittke, joyce Schulz. Fourth Row: Roger Swick, William Wilson, jimmie Van Est, Bob Wulf, Bob Smith, Paul Sywassink, Tom Schultz, Barbara XVhitmer, Betty Sorrells, Peggy Van Camp, Margaret Siemers. fFiffl1 Row: Albert Watson, jim Torrence, George Vifebster, Donald Schlotfelt, Robert Smalley, john Sabbath, Donald Walter, Dick Stanley, Bob Zwolanek, Rolland Ziegenhorn. Lower Qronp-'first Row: Marilyn Mockmore, Alice Kretschmar, Barbara Osborn, Bonnie Maxwell, joyce Reynolds, Pat Ridge, Donna Metzger, Lloyd Messer, Louis Polsky, Ed Negus. Sccoinl Row: janice Massey, Delores Martin, Helen Pippert, Marlene Meyer, Roberta Nicklas, joanne Messenger, Pat Phelps, Shirley Leach, Phyllis Prollitt, janet Marshall, Marilyn Leibbrand. fflnrd Roni: Richard Metzger, Richard Ricklefs, Betty jo Phillips, Vivian Olson, jo Ann Kollman, Eunice Nicewanner, Audrey Mittman, Virginia Robertson, Katherine Robertson, Donna Lord. Tourlll Row: jesse McGleary, Gene Meek, Marvin Minor, Richard Predmore, janet Quinn, Elaine Masonholder, Marilyn Meisky, Larry Miller, Dwight Phelps, Kermit McKillip, Chester McKillip. Ti-lfln Roni: Vernon King, Bill Noble, Sharon Moomey, Dick Pearson, Kenneth Riswold, Robert Lick, Wfalter Rittenhouse, Clarence Rock, Dick Powell. Page 81 A. ALM ik M -my 3m 'lm r 5 ' 1 X Q X 2363! '-'lQ!Fii f MX Y 1 f X -uf' 5 W gig '45 3 ii u , U.. fbi X56 .l,. Y? 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They had a grain show, several other contests, a Dad's night program, and the Parent-Son banquet. They also found time for a few parties . . . The M.H.S. band, directed by Max Smith, entertained Muskies during the half- times at games. Members of band participated in the massed band at the County Music Festival. In addition, they played host to the Little Six Band Festival . . . N .F.L. members received many honors at contests. Early in the season the A Squad debate team brought home two trophies, first place at Coe College and second place at Augustana . . . Thespians found produc- ing the Fun Festival a job. They also sponsored noon plays and exchange plays, plus some good times . . . Apprentice Players gave a Christmas play and assisted at various events by ushering and taking tickets . . . C.A.A. ez? QA' 3 22? as fbi, 2? ei? QA' QE H eff auf Pri 3 az? PP 3 22? 2 3 3? at 2? Q? Q11 3 sf? ?53li?2Qi?53f?2Q+29?Qf?i??i9i9'a girls took charge of the Homecoming dance, played several basketball games, gg and went on an overnight trip to Rotary Lodge . . . Future Homemakers T59 held meetin s each month their ro rams includin skits and anel discus- '45 is s , P s s P ,,, sions. A picnic honoring the seniors closed the year for F.H.A .... Stu- 33 dents in Curia Re ia had fun havin a Christmas arty a tea for former K., g s P , EQ members, and a picnic. They, too, had informative programs at their meet- ings . . . Musky Library Club performed the duties of cataloging and classifying books. For social times they had a Christmas party and a spring picnic . . . Hi-Y boys took two educational trips and the Hi-Y basketball SQ .y. l I l i .4- 5 team won the southeastern Iowa basketball tournament . . . H1-Tri girls 5 sponsored a Sock Hop, a tot party, and later a parent-youth clinic in con- junction with Hi-Y g . . Amicae officers went to the Southwest District Con- ference at Qttumwa. The club had a Christmas party for tots, and besides this they had a skating party . . . M.H.S. chorus presented the "Messiah," participated in the County Music Festival and Little Six Music Festival and presented the musical comedy "In Old Viennaf, The small groups sang for numerous business and professional club programs during the year. 232 Q+229?+52Q-5?2Qi-?Sif?2Qi?2S?i25?i-'EZQE2 5?-i9S?i'?25?i?29?i32QF2Q-232Q69QJf??Qi?2Qi22Q?22QjH?2S?+2Q-SE?95295-f22SSi-f2?Qi9S352S?l'??5?i??Qi?2Q'i?f?-i9Qi?25?i'2?Yili??QEQE Auroran, Publication -- Hi-Y, YM Club AURORAN-'Upper Qroup-fFir5l Row: Francene Glatstein, Shirley Wallqer, Doreen Henke, Helen Richman, Su- zanne Stevens, Marilyn Eichenauer, Kay Swickard, Margaret Ann Siemers. Second Row: Margaret Curry, Marlene Heinkel, Betty Sorrells, joan Borgstadt, jo Ann Kollman, Mary Boese, Norma Dollman, Ernest House, jr., Walter Hoag. Third Row: George Wecksung, Ralph Hoag, Mary Ann Yarck, Nomi Goddard, Marilyn Meisky, Patty Fuller, Shirley Garvin, Joyce Reynolds. fliourtln Row: Fred Graham, Gene Meek, Dick Stanley, George Hahn, Walter Rittenhouse, Gary Gordy, Tom Ogilvie, Tom Marten. HI-Y-lfoxvcr Qroup-fliirsl Rom: Don McCullough, jim Marshall, Boh Toussaint, Bob jones, jake Phelps, Bill Sturms, john Hahn, Dave Kelley. Second Row: james Sturms, Marvin Skolnick, Ronald Brookhart, Bob Wulf, Eugene Cooper, Dale Schreurs, jerry Carey. Thiril Row: Paul Sywassink, john Phillips, Harlan Phillips, George Hahn, Jim McKinney, Louis Polsky, Bob Foley. fFom'llJ Rom: Marvin Hoeksema, Neil Fitzmorris, Dick Powell, Ronald Beitz, Bill Noble, Ed Knott, jerry Boulund, Lloyd Messer. Page 86 Librarians -- Amicae, YWCA Group LIBRARIANS-'Upper Qroup-First Row: Isabel Dipple, Betty Franklin, Chloerine Holliday, Gladys Barnhart, May Cordwell. Second Row: Mrs. Jahnke, Twyla Worthington, Joan Emlet, Dorothy Edgington, Norma Miller. LTlJirti Row: Ella Mae Fisher, Eunice Nicewanner, Clarabelle Ricketts, Norma Truitt. AMICAE-Lower group-.First Row: Judy Winstead, Marlene Heinkel, Joan Kracht, Pat Hoffman, Chloerine Holli- day, Barbara MCC-rew, Sheila Krider, Virginia Meyer, Pat Ditch, Loretta Wyckoff, Pat Krider. Secornl Row: Barbara Luellen, Marilyn Essex, Joanne Colberg, Janice Egel, Margaret Wilsoii, Roberta Baumgardner, Beverly Smull, Phyllis Wagler, Ruth Hagy, Evelyn Warreii, Beverly Zachmeyer, Dolores Wilsoii. Tlwiril Row: Betty Foster, Barbara Lewis, Diane Odell, Evelyn Hobart, Pat Fuller, Barbara Boynton, Katherine Roth, Marcia Belter, Suzanne Stevens, Carolynn Stumme, Norma Dollman, Marilyn Franklin. lVo1n'llJ Row: Lois Cray, Karol McCaffrey, Janet Barton, Pat Berg, Carole Hoffman, Janiece Chapman, Beverly Barko, Shirley Meisky, Donna Silberhorn, Nancy Templeman, Betty Franklin, Dorothy Edgington. Tiftlr Row: Joann Rathburn, Danetta Rowe, Marcella Noret, Betty Owens, Joanne Patterson, Suzanne Phillips, Pat Connor, Beverly Wimberly, Daisy Morgan, Jo Ann Paetz, Roberta Janney, Betty Doyle. Page 87 FFA - Fuiure Farmers -- Greenhands FFA-'Upper group-llfirst Row: Richard Ricklefs, Neil Hyink, Leo Avesing, Victor Ziegenhorn, Willis Thieker, Floyd Ziegenhorn, Harold Pace, Albert Watson, jerry Bueser. Second Row: George Buster, Noel Hoopes, Bob Wulf, Barry Brauns, Royce Hyink, Carl Hines, Ralph Birkhofer, Wesley Trader, Paul Sywassink, Clarence Ellis. Tbirzl Row: Robert Ross, Harold Hammann, Weldon Schmoldt, Ralph Hoag, Clark Ziegenhorn, john Bloom, Norman Andreas, Vernon Hoeksema, Don Mercer, Bill Coder, Marvin Croson. 1'FourtlJ Row: Ronald Curtis, Donald Scott, Bob Helm, Don Ricklefs, Robert Bahr, Victor Burch, jerry Paetz, Mervin Sanders, Don Buster. Fifth Row: Lindley Hoopes, Mickey Hagermann, Keith Bloomer, Richard Sissel, jim King, Richard Howard, Ralph Buster, jack Burns, Walter Hoag. Sixth Row: Carl Harder, Carl Dipple, Rolland Ziegenhorn, Roger Copper, Leonard Horst, Ronald Beitz, Maynard Brugman, Bob Brei, jim Thompson. GREENHANDS-Lower Qroup-Tirst Row: jim Bohling, Keith McKillip, Fred Lewis, Myron Schroeder, Larry Richman, Phillip Plumb, Robert Westerfelt. Second Row: Max Todd, Richard Miller, john Duncan, Gerald Birk- hofer, Paul Thompson, Emil Schwartz, Ronald Honts. fflnird Row: Lindley Hoopes, Richard Orr, Albert Marolf, Keith Butcher, Harold Symmonds, LeRoy Brookhart, john Shetler. Fourth Row: Kenneth Day, Clair Henke, john Oberhaus, Dean Henke, William Bartenhagen, Maurice Ziegenhorn, George Robinson. Page B8 FHA -- Future Home-:makers of America 'Upper Qroup-Tirst Row: Roberta Curry, Ella Mae Fisher, Pat Hoffman, Lois Finchem, Sheila Krider, Chloerine Holliday, Joan Kracht, Charlotte Graham, Joan Emlet, Isabel Dipple. Second Row: Freda Fuller, Barbara Luellen, Beverly Eis, Roberta Janney, Opal Frankenberry, Ruth Hagy, Shirley Gifford, Marilyn Hines, Lucille Johnson, Lala Blanchard, Joanne Golberg, Marilyn Essex. Third Row: Mary Goddard, Pat Ditch, Ellen England, Phyllis Jens, Shirley Leach, Verlee Eden, Nadine Dallas, Beverly Barko, Donna Brawner, Shirley Hatfield, Lois Hathaway, Bonnie Blythe. Tourtb Row: Joan Grimm, Janiece Chapman, Grace Ann Furnas, Shirley Garvin, Donna Bridge, Joan Borgstadt, Jennie Britcher, Betty Bartenhagen, Phyllis Howard, Dolores Duncan, Betty Buster, Rose Logel. Lower Qroup-Tirst Row: Verlee McKillip, Florence Ridenour, Darlene Ricklefs, Lucille Paetz, Violet Snyder, Della Varney, Bonnie Maxwell, Lucille Morgan, Phyllis Tackenberg, Esther Toyne. Second Row: Norma Miller, Bessie McCracken, Nona Mix, Louise Marolf, Donna Taylor, Jeanene Powell, Betty Yoder, Phyllis Shoppa, Margaret Wilson, Beverly Zachmeyer, Evelyn Warren. Third Row: Twyla Worthington, Donna Shield, Phyllis Proffitt, Deloris Moomey, Betty Jo Phillips, Rosaine Stark, Shirley Meisky, Shirley Weber, Loretta Wyckoff, Kathryn Weber. fFourtb Row: Mary Ann Sander, Vivian Olson, Clarabelle Ricketts, Phyllis Sprouse, Judy Winstead, Margie Wilcox, Gladys Royal, Willodine Meeke, Margaret Reynolds, Barbara McGrew, Virginia Meyer. Page 89 GAA -- Girls' Aihleiic Associaiion Upper Qroup-Tits! Row: lsabel Dipple, Marilyn Franklin, Norma Doak, Betty Berry, Marian Burr, Dorothy Beck- man, Glenna Buster, Joanne Colberg. Second Row: Lois Gray, Carol Duncan, Dorothy Frankenberry, Opal Frank- enberry, Joan Grosjean, Helen Foor, Norma Haller, Janet Emlet, Juanita Erwin. Third Row: Charolette Gallagher, Barbara Freers, Pat Connor, Jeanne Christensen, Shirley Hatfield, Cleta Buster, Delores Burns, Betty Doyle, Janet Fowler. fFour'tb Row: Janice Hathaway, Alice Bently, May Eis, Elda Mae Goddard, Mary Altenbernd, Frances Ford, Charlotte Graham, Joyce Etter, Mary Boese. Lower Qroup-Tirst Rom: Pat Honts, Virginia Meyer, Helen Pippert, Audrey Spratt, Rosaine Stark, Margaret Reynolds, Marian Isaacs, Violet Snyder. Second Row: Vera Posten, Loretta Wyckoi, Joan Kracht, Marlene Hein- kel, Donna Lord, Bonnie Maxwell, Della Varney, Barbara Osborn, Mary Alice Hoopes. Third Row: Joann Rath- burn, Shirley Schroeder, Dorothy Keller, Molly Schroeder, Deloris Moomey, Beverly Wimberly, Carole Hoffman. Tourtln Row: Sherry Marshall, La Vaughn Shoopman, Donna Pryor, Willodiiie Meeke, Shirley Wright, Clarabelle Ricketts, June Phillips, Mary Spitznogle, Joan Miller. Page Qu Curia Regia -- Apprentice Players CURIA REGIA-'Upper Qrottp-Tirst Row: Paul Archer, Claire Chelstrom, Jane Hoopes, Barbara Boynton, Janet Fowler, Elsie Terry, Janet Tobias, Harvey Allbee. Second Row: Marlin Brossart, Joyce Meyer, Katherine Roth, Marcella Noret, Suzanne Phillips, Suzanne Stevens, Roger Knott, Harold Gerndt. ffloiml Row: Larry Brewer, Beverly Wimberly, Daisy Morgan, Jo Ann Paetz, Jo Ann Bloom, Marcia Belrer, Joyce Rummells, Evelyn Hobart. Tourth Row: Tom Wigim, Walter Chatfield, Alfred Hoffman, Durrel Hilton, Jerry Moore, Walter Rada. APPRENTICE PLAYERS-Lower Qroup-fFirst Row: Gayle Burk, Norma Miller, Marilyn Essex, Lala Blanchard, Patty Honts, Glenna Buster, Janet Huber, Paula Henderson, Lois Gray, Carol Wetzel. Second Row: Marilyn Greenwald, Gwen Slack, Delores Burns, Barbara Osborn, Marlene Heinkel, Charlotte Graham, Ella Mae Fisher, Pat Hoffman, Joanne Colberg. fflnird Row: Tommy Nail, Mildred Benninger, Jo Ann Ziegenhorn, Donna Lawson, Louise Marolf, Joan Hart, Eunice Nicewanner, Ruth Calvert. fFourtb Rom: Walter Hoag, Don Lewis, Vaughn Evans, Phyllis Howard, Wilma Welk, Mary Jo Kennedy, Janice Egel, Janice Hathaway. Fifth Rowf Ralph Hoag, Clark Jefferson, Bob Maeglin, Ronald Lemkau, Jerry Moore, Bob Vorwerk. Page 91 Mixed Chorus -- Muslcy Vocal Group 'Upper Qroiip-Tirsl Row: Mary Dawson, Marilyn Mason, Sheila Krider, Pat Berg, Barbara Boynton, Bonnie Belknap, Patsy Buchele, Dona Belknap, Marian Bloom, Elaine Crothe, joanne Messenger. Second Row: Sally Ann Hine, Ronald MCC-owan, Roger Knott, Lucille johnson, Cleta Buster, Pat Krider, Florence Easterday, jacque Cook, Willodine Meeke, Pat Hoffman, Evelyn Fowler, De Aun Crow. Tliinl Row: Roger Cooley, Clarence Ellis, Marlin Brossart, Mary jo Kennedy, Sandra Eis, jerry Lange, Bennett Levin, Albert Marolf, Carl Hines, Pat Beisner, joan Corder, Alice Kretschmar, Betty Buster. Tourtlv Row: Dick janney, Warren Meerdink, Bill Duggan, LeVerne Fisher, john Hahn, Alfred Hoffman, Eugene Darnell, Marcia Belter, jo Ann Brauns, Evelyn Hobart, Florence Fitzgerald. 'FiftlJ Row: Dave Kelley, Noel Hoopes, Dean Henke, Ed Knott, Douglas McConnaha, john Bloom, john Aden, Roger Copper, Robert Brei. Lower group-First Row: Violet Snyder, Marlene Meyer, Carolynn Stumme, Evelyn Warren, Beverly Wimberly, Dorothy Moomey, Audrey Spratt, janet Sywassink, Kathryn Stumme, Cvloria Soll, Max Collins. Sccoml Row: Nancy Templeman, Katherine Roth, Suzanne Phillips, jo Ann Paetz, Marilyn Zoller, Nona Mix, Daisy Morgan, Dick Schumacher, Larry Robertson, Pat Stark, joyce Rummells, Alice Nichols. Third Row: Dave Wakefield, Tom Wigim, Marvin Minor, Donald Schweitzer, james Pulliam, jack Posten, janet Quinn, joyce Schulz, janet Tobias, Peggy Van Camp, Ramona Warner. 'Tourlb Row: Donald Scott, Clark Ziegenhorn, Dwaine Pahl, Tommy Ogilvie, Bob Wulf, Gloria Van Zyle, Donna Metzger, Laura Trout, Betty Russell, Doris Wimberly, Herbert Rembold, Paul Sywassink. Tiftb Row: Harlan Phillips, C-ene Mueller, Bob Smalley, Ray Shoultz, Bob Toussaint, Willis Thieker, jim Thompson, ,lohn Sabbath, Charles Sabbath. Page 92 Girls' Glee Club -- Boys' Glee Club GIRLS' CLEE CLUB-Upper Qroup-1Firsl Row: Charlene Freeman, Louise Casaway, Norma Van Est, Karol lN4cCaffrey, janet Van Dyke, Marilyn Franklin, Carole Hoffman, Barbara Luellen, Betty Evans. Second Row: joyce Meyer, Donna Lawson, Kathleen Nissen, janeen Ripley, Darlene Zellmer, Dolores Wilsoit, Paula Henderson, Pat Harter, Vera Posten. fflvird Row: Betty Foster, Patsy Crossklaus, Roberta janney, Patty Buchele, lnez Brade, Verlee Eden, Margaret Aden, Shirley Meisky, Roberta Curry, Esther Toyne. 1l:ourtlJ Row: Charlotte Epperly, Shirley Kruse, Deloris Moomey, Betty George, Beverly Lamb, Elda Mae C-oddard, Shirley Leach, Ruth Titus, Barbara Toyne, Cvladys Royal. Tiftlw Rout: Max Collins, Shirley Schmidt, Molly Schroeder, judy Wiiistead, Beverly Axel, Bonnie Moomey, Barbara McCvrew, Donna Bridge, May Arlene Eis, Vera Ivey. BOYS' CLEE CLUB-Lower Qroup-First Row: David Wfakefield, Tommy Wigim, Marvin Minor, Donald Schweitzer, jim Pulliam, jack Posten, Dick Schumacher, Larry Robertson, Roger Knott, Clarence Ellis. Seeuml Row: Marlin Brossart, Ronald McCowan, Donald Scott, Clark Ziegenhorn, Dwaine Pahl, Tommy Ogilvie, Bob Wtilf, jolm Bloom, Bennett Levin, Roger Cooley, Herbert Rembold. Third Row: Eugene Darnell, Harlan Phillips, Bill Duggan, Warreit Meerdink, Le Verne Fisher, Roger Copper, Robert Brei, Carl Hines, jerry Lange, Albert Marolf. Toiirtli Row: Cene Mueller, Noel Hoopes, Willis Thieker, Ed Knott, john Aden, john Hahn, Alfred Hotfman, Dave Kelley, Charles Sabbath, Paul Sywassink. 1TijllJ Row. Dick janney, Dean Henke, Bob Smalley, Ray Shoultz, jim Thompson, Douglas McConnaha, Bob Toussaint, john Sabbath, Max Collins. Page 93 Tirst Row: Keith Angerer, George Webster, Irene Schmarje, Loretta Wyckoff, Diane Odell, Beverly Balser. Secomi Row: Shirley Weber, Pat Ditch, Lucille Stender, Kay Wfeber, Doris Weeks, Eileen Sohn, jimmy Lamb, Lois Gray, Mary Ann McCaffrey, Garol Duncan. LTlJir'd Row: Pat Gonnor, Alice Hagy, Helen Davis, Shirley Wright, Billy Diesch, Frances Stender, Laverne Fulton, Virginia Robertson, Lawrence Harden. Tourilw Row: Walyne Rock, Donna Mundt, Katherine Robertson, Bob Vorwerk, Billy Jacobs, jerry Newton. Musky Band --Source of Aclivily GLARINETS Keith Angerer Diane Odell Irene Schmarje Loretta Wyckoff jane Hoopes Bob Lawler Shirley Weber George Webster Beverly Balser Pat Ditch Lucille Stender Kay Weber Doris Weeks Helen Davis Teresa Galloway Bill Diesch Alice Hagy Shirley Wright BASS Lawrence Harden XVarren Froehner BARITONE Mary Alice Hoopes Marilyn Mockmore John Hilton CORNET Gene Kopp Don McCullough Bob Boshart Sherman Burns Marilyn Swanson Donald Grow Bartlett Derrick Ronald Grow Rudolph Fath Regina Fath Barbara Freers ,lanet Rummells Page 94 'Tirst Row: Mabel Terry, Barbara Whitnler, Marjorie Lewis, Bob Lawler, jane Hoopes. Secoml Row: Marilyn Nichols, Barbara Freers, Regina Fath, Marilyn Swanson, Bartlett Derrick, Donald Crow, Ronald Crow, Sherman Burns, Bob Boshart, Cene Kopp, Don McCullough, janet Rummells. Tlvirtl Row: Barbara Lewis, Pat Othmer, Douglas Keck, Ose Fenn Henderson, Larry Brewer, Dick Stanley, Rolland Ziegenhorn, Gene Baillie, john Hilton, Marilyn Mockmore, Mary Alice Hoopes. 1Tourtl.v Row: ,lim Torrence, Max Smith, Pat Phelps, Roberta Nicklas, Marian Burr, jo Ann Cvrott, Norene Flake. For Many Talentecl, Musical Muskies FRENCH HORN Marjorie Lewis Barbara Whitmer Carol Duncan Lois C-ray Mary Ann McCaffrey Marilyn Nichols TROMBONE Cvene Baillie Rolland Ziegenhorn Larry Brewer Ose Fenn Henderson Douglas Keck Dick Stanley Page 95 SAXOPHONE Pat Connor Barbara Lewis Eileen Sohn Frances Stender jim Torrence Laverne Fulton ,lames Lamb Pat Othmer OBOE Ann Hoopes FLUTE Mabel Terry DRUMS jerry Newton Kathryn Robertson Virginia Robertson Walyiie Rock Bob Vorwerk Donna Mundt Bill ,lacobs BATON TWIRLERS Marian Burr Pat Phelps Roberta Nicklas ,lo Ann Crott Norene Flake Naiional Thespians -- Forensic League Tl-IESPIANS-'Upper Qroup-fFirst Row: Beverly Eis, Bonnie Willits, Barbara Huber, Audrey Spratt, Eunice Weber, Pat Zeug, Virginia Havercamp, Phyllis McKeown. Second Row: Ray Freers, Francene Clatstein, Marcia Wagner, Donna Fisher, Donna O'Brien, Dolores Duncan, Lois Safley, Jerome Bueser. fflaird Row: Louis Polsky, Normarie Doerfer, Doris Kemper, Berry Tracy, Victor Finkle, George Webster, Billy Jacobs, Don Marine. ?ourtb Row: Anna Workman, Lois Creenblatt, john Aden, Neil Fitzmorris, Ray Shoultz, Brad Burns, jerry Boulund. NFL-Lower Qroup-fFirst Row: Bonnie Willits, Francene Clatstein, Beverly Smull, Mary Ann McCaffrey, Loretta Wfyckoff. Second Row: Walter Rada, Marcia Wagner, Ann Prochaska, Marilyn Eichenauer, Victor Finkle. Third Row: jim McKinney, Dick Pearson, Dick Stanley, Brad Burns, George Webster. Page I 96 Hi-Tri --YWCA Junior-Senior Club 'Upper Qroup-First Row: Marcia Fuller, Marilyn Eichenauer, Marilyn Mockmore, Rubie Nugent, Doreen Henke, Marian Isaacs, Mary Altenbernd. Second Row: Pat Honts, joy De Vries, Barbara Huber, Mary Alice I-loopes, Carol Duncan, Virginia I-Iavercamp, Evelyn Hoopes, Marian Bloom, Phyllis McKeown. Third Row: Marlene Meyer, Mildred Benninger, Shirley Hutt, Francene Glatstein, Alice Bently, Patty Phelps, Donna Metzger, Marilyn Green- wald, Roberta Nicklas. Tourtb Row: Nomi Goddard, Mary Dawson, Marilyn Meisky, Dolores Duncan, Donna O'Brien, Marjorie Lewis, Ann Prochaska, Beverly Balser. Lower Qroup-fFir5t Row: Joyce Schulz, Anna Workman, Lois Safley, Margie Wilcox, Pat Zeug, Pat Ridge, Irene Schmarje, Marilyn Zoller. Second Row: janet Sywassink, Kaye Stumme, Audrey Spratt, Pat Stark, Marilyn Swan- son, Margaret Reynolds, Rosaine Stark, Eunice Weber, Kathryn Weber. fTlJird Row: Bernice Reed, Marge Stegall, Fonda Slater, Mary Ann Yarck, Janet Quinn, Barbara Whitmer, Bonnie Willits, Betty Sorrells. 1TourtlJ Row: Mar- garet Siemers, Laura Trout, Anna Mae Van Gent, Gloria Van Zyle, Marcia Wagner, Kay Swickard, Betty Russell, Gertrude Wittke, Joyce Reynolds. Page 97 xl ' 'Y A 7.3 Varsiiy Cagers -- Sophomore Squad VARSITY SQUAD-'Upper Qroup-First Row: Tommy Thomas, Maynard Brugman, Bob Herwig, jerry Phelps, jerry Grady. Second Row: Bernard Benninger, Dick Powell, Kenny Riswold, Bob Lick, Tommy johnson, George Hahn. Third Rom: Dale Schreurs, Bob Zwolanek, Walter Rittenhouse, Coach Lefty Schnack, Marvin Cooney, john Phillips. SOPHOMORE SQUAD-Lower Qroup-fFir'St Row: jim Sturms, Harold Safley, Wayne Sander, Bill Schneider, George Bishop, Lanny Grady, Eddie Stark. Second Row: Bob Berry, Ronald Beitz, Don Powell, Dick Vander Horn, jerry Stark, Coach Bob Hanson. Page 98 Baseball Team -- LeHermen's Club BASEBALL-'Upper Qroup-,First Row: Harlan Phillips, Maynard Brugman, Bob Herwig, jerry Grady, Dale Schreurs, Dewayne Mclntyre. Second Row: Harold Safley, Ray Curtis, Bill Greenwald, Bob Berry, Gerald Reifert, Coach Lefty Schnack. fflliml Row: Larry Miller, Bernard Benninger, Tommy johnson, Gary Gordy, Neil Greena wald. LETTERMEN-Lower Qroup-First Row: Dale Schreurs, Kenny Phelps, Bill Greenwald, Don Marine, Bob Wirlf, Gary Gordy, Marvin Hoeksema, Victor Ziegenhorn, Keith Bloomer. Suomi Row: Dewayne Mclntyre, Tommy Thomas, Don Mills, Harlan Phillips, Bob Herwig, jerry Phelps, john Hahn, Bill johnson, Bill Sturms. fflnnl Row: ,lohn Phillips, Mickey Hagermann, jerry Grady, Bill Dietrich, Paul Bennett, Bob jones, George Hahn, Lemuel Massey, Gerald Reifert, lTourtlJ Row: Maynard Brugman, Bob Berry, Bob Smalley, Kenny Riswold, Harry Lewis, Tom johnson, Ronald Beitz, jim King. Page 99 A Squad Football --B Squad Football A SQUAD-'Upper Qroup-TFirst Row: Ray Schmelzer, Bob jones, Don Marine, john Hahn, jake Phelps, Bill Sturms, jim Marshall, Harry Lewis, Bill johnson. Second Row. Lloyd Messer, Bob Zwolanek, Stanley Zahniser, Harlan Phillips, Lemuel Massey, john Phillips, Don Mills, Victor Ziegenhorn, Bill Greenwald, jimmy Sturms. Third Row: Kenny Phelps, Ivan Cochran, jim King, Bob Smith, George Hahn, Tom johnson, Marvin Hoeksema, Marvin Skolnick, Warren Froehner. fourth Row: Dick Rieke, Bob Wulf, Bob Berry, Bob Smalley, Neil Fitzmorris, Cliff Freyermuth, Dwight Phelps, Louis Polsky, Gary Gordy. Fifth Row: Lefty Schnack, Clarence Rock, Marvin Cooney, Kenny Riswold, Bill Dietrich, Ronald Beitz, Harold Skip Weber. B SQUAD-Lower Qroup-Tirst Row: Dick Armstrong, Lanny Grady, Mervin Sanders, Kenneth Olson, Don Sturms, Dick Miller, Ed Stark, jim Pulliam, jack Pulliam. Second Row: Bob Chelf, David Wakefield, jon Rakow, john Shetler, Bill Coder, Wayne Sander, William Morgan, jerry Stark. Third Row: Keith Wagner, Dale Olson, Don Leibbrand, Dick Andersen, Eugene Darnell, Don Powell, Dick Hazen, Victor Burch. ?ourtb Row: Carl Paetz, Henry DeHeer, Bill Dickinson, Maurice Ziegenhorn, Duane Neipert, Ronald Curtis, Roger Rhodes, Robert Hanson. .fifth Row: Bill jones, Bill Henderson, Byron Anderson, Roger Copper, Mick Ballew, Dick Vander Horn, Carl Brown. Page 100 C Squad -- Muslcy Freshman Cagers C SQUAD-Tirst Row: Gary Ramseyer, Dave Griffith, jim Weber, Myron Schroeder, Wfilliam Molis, Don Leib- brand, Dick Miller. Second Row: Roger Rhodes, Alfred Tucker, Dick Armstrong, Dick Andersen, Lynne Chamber- lin, Bert Hartman, Don Sturms, Coach Skip XVeber. Third Row: Ed Weber, LeVerne Fisher, Bill jones, LaVerne Pratt, Robert Kolmerer, Bill Dickinson, jon Rakow. A Squad Basketball Record Davenport-there Ottumwa-here . Fairfield-there . Ft. Madison-there Keokuk-here . Burlington-there . Clinton-here . . Mt. Pleasant-there Washington-here . Ottumwa-there Fairfield-here Ft. Madison-here Keokuk-there Burlington-here Mt. Pleasant-here Davenport-here Washington-there Clinton-there A Squad Football Record St. Ambrose-there . . 25 0 Mt. Pleasant-there Burlington-here . . 39 0 Ft. Madison-here Keokuk-here . . 14 24 Fairfield-there Washington-here . 7 12 Ottumwa-there Page 101 fe X Q J1: ksi11 gf. QS A .... 'S we by-Exe, WV. All ik W? 'fm X W SH W Lrfw Wsfwh M 5 aww WSf w S ,,,., A 5iE6f5ZQfE5Z?f35t5f5ZSf5t5f55k5Gf3E355iSf25Z?fS5t5f35Z3f55tifS5tSf5t5f556f5Z5fE5?35Z?f55t3fS5?5f5Z5fS5Z?fE5Z3'f556f5EsfS5Z3fS56f5tff5t5f5ZSf5EfS5Z2fS5Eff3Z5fS56f55f5 E35 M k S 'I' us y uppor ers . . . AURORAN staff members appreciate the fact that the merchants of Mus- catine have supported their publications through forty-two years of good 5 times and bad times. Many of these merchants have a long record of loyal ag support through advertising in Musky yearbooks, monthly magazines, and newspapers. This year the merchants have provided thirty per cent of the gg total cost of the book through their advertising. .y. -gr 25.3 Some of the names in this 1949 advertisin section a ear in the early H g PP -+,- years. In the first earbook ublished in 1908 are advertisements of Wil- '35 R Y 1 p 1 ' gg son's Shoe Store and Batterson's Department Store. In 1909 appear the first Q3 ads of McColm's, Roach and Musser, and Huttigis. The 1910 yearbook 2 adds W. G. Block Coal Co., Umscheid and Asthalter, G. A. Chaudoin, S. Cr. 2 and P. Stein Furniture Company, and George Kranz Florist. Titus Loan and 5 Investment Com an and Moore and Meerdink 'oin the rank in 1911, J. E. GE 33 p Y 1 ms Kranz in 1912, and Chocolate Shop, Muscatine journal, and Luellen Clean- ' ers in 1914. ' - -.45 gg Readers may glean other interesting data from these ads. For instance, E one might wonder if Batterson's ad in 1910, "Right at the Switch," referred gg to the street car tracks. McColm's, in 1909, advertised "Beautiful dainty Q waistsf' Wilson's, in 1919, offered for sale "White kid Colonials, full 5 French carved heels, beaded buckle, long vamp, all sizes!" Another adver- 33 tisement which ives evidence of chanffin times was that of Moore and 5? Meerdinkis in 1914 for blue ser e suits for raduation. -'45 as g g 3 2 . Muskies, pocketbooks must have been in much different circumstances 33 in the old days. In 1909 the Bijou Theater offered an entire change of pro- 33 gram every ni ht for five cents and the 1912 earbook sold for twent -five 3596 3 1 Y Y gg cen - - tS. 5191 gg Through the years new advertisers have added their support to the 1299 AURORAN publications. Members of the 1949 ALIRORAN staff wish to ex- press gratitude for the interest which their merchant friends, new and old, if have evidenced in their project. gf ef oh- Qi? ii?Qi?29?i-SQZQQ-98?-3253422Qi-32Qi-f22Qi-?2f?i225?i-9Q+2if?25?f?iii?936953-b52Qf9Q-52293-QQF293432535622Qi?Q-Q2Q1122S?-5294223-f52Qi-i294-?92f2ii-i'2ffi+?2QQQQQQQEZR Q A SQUAD BASKETBALL SCORING Games FG. PT. Fouls TP. Bob Herwiq 19 59 38 53 156 Tom Iohnson 19 46 36 71 128 lake Phelps 19 43 35 50 121 Georqe Hahn 19 38 39 55 115 lerry Grady 19 23 16 5 62 Maynard Bruqman 17 20 14 27 54 Kenneth Biswold 16 18 6 22 42 Tommy Thomas 14 9 ll 18 29 Bob Lick 16 7 9 16 23 Dick Powell 7 2 1 3 5 Bob Zwolanelc l 1 O U 2 COMPLIMENTS OF STARK'S FARMER SUPPLY STORE II5 WALNUT PHONE 492 ll, Senior girl with a drawl 0GlLVIE'S E Y N 0 L D ELECIRIC SERVICE lhe Slore lhcll Service Buill "Our Volume Guarantees 420 Mulberry Avenue Phone 94 Low Prices,, 15' In ten years paul Bermeu Wm be 19. l 1 years Herman Theobald will be QUALITY BUILDING MATERIAL Flowers For All Occasions AND COAL Corsuges A Specially "Always Dependable" "Say H' Wifh Flowers" HILL GOETZ LUMBER AND COAL CO. GEO. KRANZ 81 SON Phqlle Phone 4 l22 Easl Second S+. 23 S ' with the manliest beard 27. Owns theb t Pug 104 Page 105 be will n years Don Freeman In te 7. CONGRATULATIONS CONGRATULATIONS. TO THE CLASS OF 1949 STARCK PRINTING CO. "Good Printing Quick" 205 WEST SECOND PHONE 935 COMPLIMENTS OF LESLIE'S BYRNE AND NAU READY TO WEAR SPORTING GOODS ' ' 207 EAST SECOND STREET 226 Iowa Avenue Phone 1695 Phone 364 UBELHOER MOTOR SALES CO. SALES AND SERVICE v 211-213 WEST FRONT STREET O O O O O O "BEST USED CARS IN TOWN" CONGRATULATIONS. SENIORS BOWMAN BROS. SHOE STORE "The Home of Good Shoes" BEACH LUMBER 6. SUPPLY CO. Lumber and Builders' v Supplies 120 East Second St. Phone 3787 PLAN SERVICE PHONE 9 31. The most unpredictabl b y 35. Most vivacious q l CONGRATULATIONS, S E N I O R S ! Q V Heatinq and Sheet Metal of All Kinds O PHONE 2865 412 EAST FIFTH tRearl 39. Mrs. Iahnke' b t t t TITUS Loan 6. Investment Co. 43. Desires to found a new social order CONGRATULATIONS. CLASS OF 1949 BEST WISHES TO THE SENIORS O V 5' W E. fs w. FIRESTONE STORE 715 Park Ave. 108 East Second St. Phone 108 47. lim McKinney leaves his debating ab l ty t 53. Quietest senior girl Wilson Hatchery 81 Feed "ldeal Chicks" Wayne and Pillsbury CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 1949 GRIMM DRUG CO. Feeds U ' , H 1005 EAST SECOND STREET Drugs of Quallty Phone 2814 130 East Second St. Phone 196 57. B y with the best physique 59. Senior girl with the bigg t llection of sweaters JU7 KOLPACK AUTO SUPPLY CO. BEN KOLPACK. Prop. NEW AND USED PARTS FOR ALL CARS "Home of First Class Automotive Products" PHONE 1679 509-11 MULBERRY AVE. 2. In ten years Vic Zieq h will be ' OBERHAUS BROS. COMPLIMENTS OF 529 MULBERRY AVE. POOLE TRANSFER Phone 401 COMPANY L- 0 "Grocers Since 1924" 6. Ierry N wton lem his dr I 13, Girl with the prettiest legs THE MUSCATINE IIUUNTY MEIJICAI SUCIETY the mind which is prepared." - Pasteur MEMBERS M U S C A T I N E E. H. CARLSON R. R. GOAD T. M. MILLER W. W. DAUT P. M. IESSUP C. P. PHILLIPS E. L. EMERSON I. L. KLEIN, IR. G. A. SYWASSINK K. E. WILCOX WM. CATALONA B. E. EVERSMEYER D. C. ALFTINE , R. W. ASTHALTER WILTORN JUNCTION G. G. LEITH L. C. WINTER A. V. GOULD N IC H O L s R. PALMER 18 I 1 y G M 11 11 b Pg103 CENTRAL STATE BANK MUSCATINE. IOWA MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 24 Champion kmtier P GOOD LUCK. SENIORSI COMPANY WESTERN AUTO 0 ASSOCIATE STORE CARL E. PAETZ - HUGO w. PAE'rz ' MUSCATINE, IOWA 200 Easi Second St. Phone 2227 29 The most mischievous senior girl 34. Will miss Iensen's cur CONGRATULATIONS. CLASS OF 1949 LUCK' FORTY-NINERSI KENT FEEDS "The Feeds Without a Filler" "BS" MANUFACTURED BY MISSISSIPPI VAIIEY GRAIN X FEED C0. H' E' PLETT Phone 2200 roof of Pine sf. 1056 Hmhey Phone 2689 38. Smallest senior 42. Best cicior of l949 Pg 109 GOOD LUCK TO THE 1949 FOOTBALL SQUAD Head coach .... smp wr-:mtl St. Ambrose, here Burlington, there Keokuk, there . Washington, there Mt. Pleasant, here Ft. Madison, there Fairfield, here . Ottumwa, here . SCHEDULE . . . . September 9 . . . . September 16 . . September 23 . . September 30 . . October 7 . . October 14 . . October 21 . . . . October 28 STERNEMAN'S Clothing and Furn ishinqs for Men and Boys Since 1889 "Step Up the Avenue and Save Dollars" 48 S b y th t enjoys school most CONGRATULATIONS. COMPLIMENTS or GRADUATES! PETER Pnonucrs l I COMPANY 54 The senior cheerleaders leave PHOTOGRAPHS . . . CONGRATULATIONS The Most Valuable and T O T H E CLASS OF 1949 PHI1'S CITIES SERVICE 3 I t years Marilyn Zoller will be Personal of All Keepsakes CHAMBERLIN STUDIO 60. B who teases most Pg 110 I. C. PENNEY CO., INC. DEPARTMENT STORE 101-105 EAST SECOND ST. Ready-to-Wear - Shoes - Men's Wear Dry Goods - Infants' Wear - Notions Home Furnishings "A STORE FOR ALL THE FAMILY" 8. Fastest talker LEU AND SON 1866 1949 '-wooou onn or urls " AND SERVING ron wrm THE CHOCOLATE FROSTED IVIALTS THE NATION OVER BEST IN STOP AT AND THIS 83 QUALITY THE CHROME ROOM COMMUNITY YEARS WOODWORK 312 Sycamore Phone 202 of M T 14. Senior qirl with the cutest fig 21. Neate-st senior girl ir Co1v1PL11v1EN1's or ROTH SERVICE Y C A M O R FOOD MARKET C 0 M P A N Y Choice Meats. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 1001 Sycamore St. Phone 479 40 S ' b y who chums arou cl with the d t t 26. Best dressed senior boy P 111 OUTH COED - Fun Nites I oint Y-Teen Hi-Y Meetings Plunges ITH PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISION HRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP- Group Activities Democratic Process CTIVITIES- Swimming - Table Tennis Basketball - Camping Badminton - Y-Teen Clubs Volleyball - Tennis THIS AGENCY IS A RED-FEATHER SERVICE MUSCATINE IUNIOR COLLEGE A Two-Year Accredited College ...OFFERS... l. PRE-PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION Medicine Education Commerce Industrial Science Nursing Law Engineering Dentistry Agriculture Home Economics 2. SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES TO VETERANS PROVIDED BY G-I BILL 3. A TWO-YEAR TEACHER TRAINING COURSE LEADING TO A STAN- DARD ELEMENTARY CERTIFICATE 4. ADULT CLASSES IN ANY SUBIECT EOR WHICH THERE IS SUEEICIENT DEMAND Credits Accepted by Any Institution of Higher Learning 37. Sen' b y With the prettiest hair Rubinstein Cosmetics S I N C E 1 9 1 4 Expert Beauty Service ' ' ' AT THE SAME PLACE WITH LAUREL BEAUTY SHOP THE SAME HIGH-QUALITY BERNICE MOORE, Proprietor WILMA WILKINSON' operator MEATS AND GROCERIES Phone 1657 45. Rubie Nugent leaves her shorthand worries CONGRATULATIONS. CLASS OF 1949 MUSCATIN E IEWELRY STORE EDWARD W. HCTKA WALTMAN'S MARKET ELGIN and BULovA WATCHES 4,4 MULBERRY PHONE ,os 213 East Second Street 51. Most serious couple 58. G' I with the cut t g g 113 ROYAL TYPEWRITERS Both Office and Portable Machines Reconditioned and Rental Machines Office Equipment and Supplies LEU TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 2l0 EAST SECOND STREET "Since I903" leaves h mples to A' ROSA'S STYLE SHOP HAWKEYE LUMBER COMPANY ' if 205 East Second Street Skip Meerdink FRESH REFRIGERA TED WHITMAN'S CHOCOLATES AZCAZVLQMZP if PHONE 211 211' EAST SECOND ST. "Call '2I1, To See Who Won" 1 Ro-Li-Co Brand Meats Locker Service COMPLIIVIENTS OF ROMANN :S LIEBBE CO. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '49 OTTO R. MAEGLIN 207-209 AMERICAN BANK BLDG. Phone 599 "Where Insurance Is a Business - Not a Sideline" 5. Charles Sabbath leaves his singing ability to For the fortieth time, we say . . . CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS on attaining your majority! This is the iortieth yecn' that we have sold school supplies to students of the school system I. A. BLOOM 6. SONS Quality Meats and Groceries O A S T H A L T E R ' S 223 Iowa Avenue PHONE 721 23. Bill Sturms 28. Senior who blushes most BLAKE RADIO SALES AND SERVICE Repairing on All Makes and Types of Radios 210 IOWA AVENUE PHONE 212 36. Most athletic-minded senior a l When you think of . . . COAL Think oi... W. G. BLOCK CO. Fuel Merchants For Over 60 Years 7. in Hollywood MUSCATINE BUICK CO. Sales and Service COMPLIMENTS or BAZLEY CASH MARKET Used Cars "Muscatine's Leading Markef' 217 EAST THIRD STREET 7 Phone 105 212 East Second St. Phone 520 33. Senior who loves to tinker with radio 52. Richard Howard leaves Pg 115 - PLAY MORE LIVE LONGER 0, .tiff "The EQUIPMENT Best EXPERTS In ATHLETIC Sporting OUTFITTERS Goods" FRED'S SPORT SHOP 204 Cedar MUSCATINE, IOWA Phone 3206 2. fcxrminq on of CONGRATULATIONS. BEST WISHES GRADUATES! SENIORS! HAWKEYE BROWER SERVICE PEARL BUTTON CO. MUSC ATINE' IQWA 123 East Third St. Phone 181 9. Senior girl with the longest hair 24. Virginia Hcxverccimp MILLS AUTO PARTS CO. DISTRIBUTORS OF Replacement Parts 2553 . . . PHONES . . . 2588 210 West Second St. Muscatine, Iowa 1 Icmet Lo BOWMAN MOTOR CO 219 East Front Street MUSCATINE, IOWA Phone 104 - Res. 3390-I Mcxricm m C. C. HAKES 61 CO. INVESTMENTS REAL ESTATE FARM AND CITY LOANS INSURANCE Hershey Building Muscatine. Iowa 12. Senior girl with the prett st eyes WAGN ER CIGAR CO., Inc. O WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Candies - Fountain DON'T SAY BREAD- SAY ENRICHED HOLSUM 66309396 BAKED FOR QUALITY QJQIIOUGN' O Phone 22 201 East Second St. CO- 56. Senior that h f ny nicknames 16. Senior boy with the deepest voice Modernize Your Home With An Electric Water Heater QQEIDGN ELECTRICITY is the Key to Better Living Conditions-Use It Abundantly OTTO'S FOODS . . . "Tops" in Quality FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES "FINEST OF MEATS" We Recommend and Sell Well-Known Brands OTTO'S SUPER MARKET "Where The Best Costs No More" 41 Youngest senior BEST WISHES H. C. LAWRENCE 6196086-We STATE AND FEDERAL INCOME MUSCATINE MUNICIPAL P iT, Tix EERVIFJE S , CII' - lme OO eeplnq 61'V1Ce 618 EAST NINTH ST. "Cheap Electricity - Pure Water" PHONE 2155 MUSCATINE, IA, 3 inqinq at the Met 31. Tom Marten ll COMPLIMEN TS OF WESTER DRUG STORE 315 EAST SECOND ST. PHONE 400 58 Phyllis lens YELLOW AND CITY CAB COMPANY CLIFFORD HARBAUGH. Prop. Phone 80 or 931 211 CEDAR ST. l6. Ierry Miller COMPLIIVIENTS OF . . . WE CONGRATULATE THE SENIOR CLASS CODER HARDWARE STORE SF 1949 Fonnerly DETTHOF'S 124 EAST SECOND ST' 224 Iowa Ave. Phone 766 jae Mice of muacafine AM - 860 ILC. 44. Will miss acting on M on9rafufaIfe5 ou 'A' -Ir K. W. P. . FM - 99.7 m.g. I-IS P 118 CONGRATULATIONS. CLASS OF 1949 MELTZER MOTORS I. E. KRANZ CO. FLOWER SHOP F. T. D. Florists "ROMANCE AND ROSES" Phone 122 217 Iowa: Ave 4. Suzy Stevens CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1949 Sales and Service HHH 313 East Front St. Phone 241 MUSCATINE' IOWA MIDWEST TRANSIT LINES 20. Bob I-Ierwig Iecxves his stride to 19. working for N. B. C. HAHN BROTHERS CO. Shippers - Receivers Growers O PHONE 142 207 WEST FRONT 37. Bill Iohnson COMPLIMENTS OF GLASS SMART SHOP The Store for Iuniors and Women GOOD LUCK. SENIORS Twenty-five Iunior Leagues bowled this year-we hope to double that next year. BOWLING LEACUES ARE MORE FUN! o OLLIE BEN TLY'S PLA-MOR ALLEYS 22 M rcIBr 1 h' I 42 D M ' P 119 COMPLIMENTS OF THE BATTERSON STORE Authentic Styles - High Quality Standards Adequate Assortments Trained Personnel - Attractive Prices MAKE YOUR TRADING HERE A PLEASURE "Muscatine's Largest Department Store" 25. Most inquisitive boy EVANS' FOODS 215 West Second St. Phone 66 QUALITY GROCERIES. FRUITS. AND VEGETABLES Free Delivery on Orders oi 32.00 Special Prices All Week 5. lohn Sabbath POPULAR-PRICED READY-TO-WEAR-DRY GOODS LIN GERIE-CANDY Large Assortments on Hand PURGEON' "The Thrift Store" 59. Mary An Ycxrck Headquarters For . . . NORRIS EXQUISITE CANDIES CRANE'S CANDIES OF RENOWN DINNERS. LUNCHES, FOUNTAIN MAGAZINES. LEATHER GOODS and ALL SMOKERS' ACCESSORIES LILLY'S CIGAR STORE TO THE GRADUATES . . . BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS AND PROSPERITY o THE CHOCOLATE SHOP 131 East Second St. Phone 67 - Your Headquarters - HARRY F' SICKMAN 30 S ' with the shortest "butch" ha' t 55. G' l with a nice personality P15120 OUR BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1949 GIIIIIII PIIIIIIESSING CIIIIPUIIIITIUII ...SEE US... FOR WASHED SAND - GRAVEL - READY-MIX CONCRETE CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS -ALSO- PORTLAND AND MASON CEMENT NORTHERN GRAVEL COMPANY Phone 193 CONGRATULATIONS. HIGH GRADE CLASS OF '49 STANLEY MILLWCRK ENGINEERING COMPANY Hershey Building MUSCATIN E, IOWA Iocm Grimm CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '49 I. D. SMITH nsurcmce of All Kinds CUMPANY ""'E:':L1'.gi.Zl":f.f::':.,Yf"'e Ph 746 P O. Box 591 111 West Second Streei ' girl with the sweet t ' ROACH 8. MUSSER I HENDERSON'S GARAGE CHEVROLET PONTIAC OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC CHEVROLET TRUCKS OK'd USED CARS SALES AND SERVICE 115 WEST FRONT STREET PHONE 3610 27. LeRoy Bright ELECTRIC APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR G. A. CHAUDOIN 133 WEST SECOND ST. Meyer Store Your Fur Coat in Our Modern FUR STORAGE VAULT Phone 30 208-I2 East Fourth St. MAGNUS MODEL LAUNDRY 6 CLEANERS HOWE, HOWE 6 ARNDT, Owners the worries of managing a house COMPLIMENTS OF CONGRATULATIONS. -1 --- 1949 CLASS S GAP STLlNi 0 FUI-?N!TURE CO. BROWIQIRSIQTE SHOE 309 Iowa Ave. Phone 7 225 EAST SECOND ST. 9. Doris Wimberly 25. lim He-rrioli ZOLLER'S STELLRECHT'S IEWELRY STORE HARNESS SHOP 122 East Third St. V O "If It's New, We Have IF' 52. Marilyn Mason ibut hands oil, quysll "We Repair and Dye Anything Made of Leather" 47. Dick Stanley OPTICAL SERVICE 4 , MODERN EQUIPMENT FOR BETTER SPORTS . . . ' LATEST STYLES DOC MASSEY SERVICE OPTICAL CO. 112 East Second St. Phone 62 15. a millionaire Sports and Hobby Shop ir QHONQ- ' 2 O 9 6 w. s Econo ST. CLEANERS AND FURRIERS Frigidaire Fur Storage Hurlbut cmd Iohcmncr Schubich COMPLIMENTSE WE WANT TO INVITE ALL OF GIRLS TO VISIT OUR NEW IUNIOR DRESS DEPARTMENT .....- BATTERSON'S fASHION CENTER 2nd FLOOR AUGUST ALTENBERND COMPLIMENTS of AND SON FAIRALL PAINT STORE CONTRACTORS ' Telephones: 1770 - 739W 110 west second st. Phone 345 P COMPLIMENTS OF - IOWAY - RECORD PRINTING COMPANY Commercial Printinq i' 212 WALNUT ST. PHONE 190 49. Senior girl that is lots of fun class SI I. WILLIAMS CO. INTERNATIONAL MCCORMICK PACKARD QUONSET Phone ass 516 East second sf. ' 38. Gene Ba Griffon Suits Champ Hats Rugby Sweaters Wilson Sportswear Dresner Luqqaqe 9996-Dt--76-96-76 EERDIN CLOTHING co. 'The Young Man's Shop 9 Mary Boese Geo. M Wdlwk gamma! Jfome THOMAS F. BEVERIDGE . OWNER ,, -f A ,Z . ,i,,,..,.- ef I ' I Phone 1260 H 15 THE MUSCATINE COUNTY DR. H. G. IOHNSON Laurel Bldg. DR. L. I. DONOHUE Laurel Bldg. DR. E. E. GOSS Laurel Bldg. DR. F. W. ENGLUND Laurel Bldg. DENTAL SOCIETY -t- Congratulations. Seniors! -t- DR. I. B. HATHAWAY lll Cedar St. DR. l. D. MCPIKE American Bank Bldg. DR. W. G. LEASE Laurel Bldg. DR. I. M. WOODHOUSE Laurel Bldg. DR. I. L. PEARLMAN 108 W. 2nd St. DR. I. A. WAGNER Laurel Bldg. 46 B b Iones leav h' DR. l. A. TREVARTHEN Hershey Bldg. R DR. I. W. POTTER Hershey Bldg. Pg 6 Best Wishes and Congratulations to the Students oi M. H. S. McKEE FEED AND GRAIN COMPANY HAWKEYE FEEDS soo EAST SECOND s'r. PHONE 740 10. Donna O'Brien WE CONGRATULATE THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1949 V PORT CITY PRESS 120 East Third Street 20 K ny Riswold CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '49 WM. GLATSTEIN DEALER IN Hides, Furs. Wool and All Kinds of Scrap Iron We Buy All Usable Materials 327 Oak Street It Is Better to Know Us and Not Need Us, Than to Need Us and Not Know Us. - BOB EAIRBANKS 14 D d' D n 41. AnnaMaeWort1'1inqton Pg 127 CONN ELL MOTORS ir CHRYSLER ir PLYMOUTH SALES AND SERVICE 408 EAST SECOND STREET Phone 660 ge for CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1949 V IHILPII J. WITTICII FUNEIIM. IIIIME 57. Harry Lewis CQMPLIMENTS OF RED PAINT STORE O 214 Iowa Ave. Phone 473 l3. CGI'1lI tell, long ski EAT IDEAL ICE CREAM FOR HEALTH It's Pure - That's Sure MANUFACTURED BY LAGOMARCINO-GRUPE CO. 35. Phyllis Mclieown CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES. COHN'S NEWS AGENCY 209 East Third St. Phone 107 33. Richard Havercamp HOTEL MUSCATIN E Musca1ine's Only Fireproo! Hotel EXCELLENT COFFEE SHOP OTHER MUELLER HOTELS ALLISON - Cedar Rapids. Ia. LA CROSSE - La Crosse. Wis. H. H. MUELLER, General Manager MUSCATINE. IOWA Dona Belknap TRCLlT'S SUPER MARKETS QJOU D699 220-222 Iowa Ave. 522-524 Mulberry Ave M66 B659 Algarve MJu,r5ey jo Effer .gaauingrin ROOT BEER SQUIRT I. B. ST. CLAIR BOTTLING WORKS 219 Mulberry Phone 1424 DOUBLE COLA ORANGE SQUEEZE 49. Lois Safley CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '49 MIKE BLAESING Standard Service 40. Ierry Boulund MUSCATINE PEARL SANITARY PLUMBING WORKS G HEATING CO. ' E. I. SYWASSINK. Prop. O High Grade Pear! Buttons 1323 EAST SECOND STREET and Noveltles PHONE 1106 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SELECTED DISTRIBUTOR CLASS OF '49 COLUMBIA DIAMOND RINGS LONGINES - WITTNAUER i, WATCHES McKEE BUTTON H- IXQWYLQQICE MUSCATINE, IOWA PHELPS BROTHERS ROBERT L. ROACH 9 . SANITARY LAUNDRY IQSMEE AND V DRY CLEANING 202 Muscatine Bank Building Phone 340 315 Orange sf. MUSCATINE' IOWA 44. P y Sho It 26. lake Phelps Pg 0 NATURAL GAS The Modern Cooking Fuel IT IS TI-IE CLEANEST, FASTEST, AND MOST MODERN DOMESTIC EUEL KNOWN IUWA ELECTRIC C0 COMPLIMENTS OF COOK'S MUSIC SHOP Complete Music Service POPULAR AND CLASSICAL RECORDS Listen to the best in records 221 East Second Street Phone 137 54 PtRdq E. E. BLOOM INSURANCE AGENCY General Insurance 101 Central State Bank Bldg. 39. May Cord I "CHARGED" WITH CONVENIENCE The difference between wishing and having is a charge account by which you can afford to own the treasured things that make for a fuller life. It takes only a few minutes to establish your credit here. You may arrange to pay Weekly or monthly, at no extra cost. jhj 5tU,LL,f-Baal!-fgud Dzhffzorzag MJWQEQ4 1 -, , Y lu tw w f, S , ,X A f 'D ' A RVI E 109 WEST SECOND ST. Pg 131 MOTOR SERVICE C0. HUDSON -- OLIVER -- SKELLY SALES AND SERVICE 401-411 MULBERRY AVENUE Phone 3536 Congratulations and Best Wishes To The Seniors! V KEMPF'S Iewelry Store 309 EAST SECOND ST. Don McCullough leaves his reckless driv Clothes not becoming to you- Should be coming to us! HOLLIDAY CLEANERS Phone 3833 313 MULBERRY AVENUE SERVING WITH YOUTH THROUGHOUT THE WORLD 1844 - 1949 v Y. M. C. A. PQ FOOTBALL SCORING Touch- Extra Total Player downs Points Points Bill Sturms 3 2 20 Bill Iohnson 2 0 12 Iim Marshall 2 0 12 Ierry Phelps 4 2 0 12 Bob Iones l 0 6 Don Marine l 0 6 Harlan Phillips l 0 6 TOTAL 12 2 74 COMPLIMENTS OF NWEBER :S SONS BUTTON COMPANY. INC. 133 TAKE HOME A QUART OF THAT 04069699 DELICIOUS COMPLIMENTS OF ' WILSON SHOE STORE S MUSCATINE. IOWA "Since 1854,' Quality J 59059, Available in Several Temptzng Flavors For Radios' Phonograph Service, Radio Service Since 1929 ASKYOURDEALERFOR scnnfuns Mono sronf SIDWELL'S 229 EAST SECOND sr. CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL 1949 GRADUATES Protect Your Future By Keeping America Strong By Education MIISCHTINE BANK HND TRUST CU. Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation P 3 ANYWHERE - ANYTIME The Pause That Retreshes Ask For and Drink 0lU'6 In Bottles Bottled Under Authority of Coca-Cola Company by MUSCATINE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY HJAHN 81 OLLIER AGAIN" A slogan signitying a service created to excel in all things pertaining to yearbook design and engraving. y We have tound real satistaction in pleasing you, the yearbook publisher, as well as your photographer and your printer. IAHN at OLLIER BNGRAVING CO 817 W. WASHINGTON BLVD., CHICAGO 7, ILL. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1949 'lr Best Wishes tor Success and Prosperity ir BARTON 'S SHOP 126 East Second St. "The Store For The Junior Miss" CONGRATULATIONS. SENIORS! GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE CAR AND HOME SUPPLIES AND SERVICE 310 EAST SECOND ST. PHONE 69 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '49 'lr B R O U D ' S The Store For Everybody COMPLIMENTS OF APPLIANCE CENTER 108 West Second St. "The Way of Tomorrow fo th Home of Tod y FASHION SHOP LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR and FUR COATS You Get The Best Quality And The Latest Styles When You Shop At McCOLM'S ...FOR... WOMEN'S APPAREL DRAPERIES AND FLOOR COVERIN GS 101 West Second St. 2nd and 3rd Floors Laurel Bldg. Pu l...f,1 f 1 . ifiizg ? ' . p if L ., ,.4. 1 N v vy Q 1, 34 A , Q , nas1vmuZ, 'mi ai -1'g5'afiz?n: ' Q ' 4 I -A 3 E' 4' . , 3 1 w ifafx2mPI bw .i.- LA L .- . ,I i ss 6H.3' A3i5juT fy: ' i .- f 31 'TIE 9 3 it A,.'l5?Ql1..g"1 P F w, ..- 1 1 u . v - 14' -fx ' 3 , .i' ', i - 4 , fy ' .4- N Vibf1Qf-M93 1611 wif? -'illliymiixb ' T ,.,..' 7.f...,.,- --JE.. .5 Awf-ff? pw 1 ff' fd gui? swf was-wma! is email H8 I-'L 1 . if ' 1, 'V ' 545' er- I 4 , .4 in , 5 'QA , , '- ' 1 ' S - V . , ,Z ' ':, """ M?-9, --1' Y , ' . ' .-H 5 ' -- "' xl-5 A J 1 ,, N' 'Q ,: , A ' 'Lb .f' ' , ,Rr A f ' 1- -. 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