THE CUB 1950
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We, the class of 1950, wish to dedicate our
annual to Mr. Reyman. During his years at Nevada
High, he has always lent a helping hand to anyone
wanting his assistance. He has helped with proms,
floats, stage settings, typing stands, and athletic
The class of 1950 will never forget him and we
hope he will never forget us.
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Left to right: Vernal Jonesg Oscar Hallg Robert Danag President, Lloyd Childg
Frank Lounsberryg Secretary, C. F. Wilsong Leo Mathison.
Superintendent Vernal Jones
Left to right: Irene Shull, Rodney Snyder, Secretary, Dolores Wilson,
Vice-President, Don McNerney, President, Donna Hess, Treasurer, Martin
Ogden, Bob Hobson, Joyce Sorenson. '
Front row left to right: Freshmen: Treasurer, Larry Olson, Secretary,
Bill Hansen, Vice-President, Dennis Hostetler, President, Helen Heintz.
Sophomores: Secretary, Joyce Sorenson, Treasurer, Phil Hartman, Presi-
dent, Nelson Visel, Vice-President, Dixie Taylor Cabsentj. Back - row
left to right: Juniors: President, Dick Henry, Treasurer, Bob Nielsen,
Secretary, Dolores Wilson, Vice-President, Vivian Johnson. Seniors:
Treasurer, Dick McConnell, President, Jack Belcher, Vice-President, Dick
Boyce, Secretary, Don McNerney.
Left to right: Joyce Sorenson, Bonny Ballard, Alice Wright, Pat Young,
Mary Ellen Corbin, Vivian Johnson, Beverly French, Geraldine Lura, Ruth
Bloomberg, Ruby Rhoads, Joan Chance
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Captains: Bob Halterman,
Ron Fincham, Bill Atkinson
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Dick Boyce Lloyd Settle Don Olson
Max Sylvester Bill Atkinson Keith Shickell
STHTE CRUSS IIUUIITHU CHHHIPS
Ray Jack Dick phil Angelo
Mc Connell Belcher McConnell Hartman Stefani
Kay Carsrud, Queen 'A9
The Royal Party left to right: Frances Pryorg Bill Atkinsong Marilyn
Angleg Dean Knutsong Robert Haltermang Kay Carsrudg Jack Belcherg
Suzanne Fawcettg Ron Finchamg Laura Michaelsong Lloyd Settleg Philip
Long, Crown Bearerg Julie Long, Flower Girl.
F. H. H.
Officers left to right: Journal Reporter, Donna Hess 5 Parliamentarian,
Helen Heintzg Secretary, Dorothy Shalleyg President, Laura Michaelsong
Vice-President, Dolores Wilson, Treasurer, Bonnie Ballard, Historian,
Helen Morris, Musician, Sandra White
Editor Donna Anfinson
Assistant Editor Doris McNerney
Business Manager Marilyn Angle
Circulation Manager Janet Newton
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Cast: Abby Hodick, Marilyn Angleg Lulu Fung, Pat Youngg Charlotte Carlton, Sue
Huhng Sheriff Preble, Adrian Shalleyg Don Carlton, Lester Knappg Zadoc Grimes,
Bill Mohlerg NDocH Ferris, Rolland Belcher, The Professor, Eill Selby, Reverend
Clarence Underhill, Ray McConnell, Beulah Peck, Pat Terhuneg Dr. Gordon, Suzanne
Fawcett, State Trooper Dennis Fostetler. Cuckoos on the Hearth has two end-
ings--one according to a pattern furnished by the novelist, and one in accor
dance with the records of the house where the story occurs.
G. H. H.
President: Dolores Wilson
Vice-President: Kay Carsrud
Secretary: Sxizanne Fawcett
Treasurer: Doris McNerney
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It is a cheerful comedy about the Pennsylvania Dutch with a background of
Mennonite manners. Papa is club-footed and ugly tempered. He is against-con-
veniences or pleasures of any kind. Mama has already resigned herself to Papa's
ways, but Emma and Jake try to revolt against him and thus set the plot.
Cast: Mama, Donna Anfinsong Papa, Bill Mohler, Jake, Jim Weeks, mmma, Helen
Jane Montgomery, Policeman, Merlyn Heusinkveldg Mrs. Yoder, Pat Young.
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Officers: President, Helen Jane Montgomery, Vice-President, Ron Finctamg Secre-
tary, Kay Carsrudg Treasurer, Dick Boyce.
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President: Kay Carsrud
Vice-President: Donna Anfinson
Secretary: Suzanne Fawcett
Treasurer: Doris McNerney
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Homeroom l--Back row, left to right:
Marilyn Angle, Suzanne Fawcett, Sue Ann
Hunn, Kay Carsrud, Frances Pryor. Front
row, left to right: Laura Michaelson,
Captain Helen Jane Montgomery, Donna
Homeroom 3--Left to right: Pat Bramon,
Norma Anderson, Janet Newton, Dolores
Wilson, Patsy Zook, Vivian Johnson.
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Homeroom 3--Left to right: Charles Case,
Bob Nielsen, Charles Upton, Bill Selby,
Charles Hanson, Gerald Iura.
Homeroom l--Left to right: Richard An-
derson, Merlyn Heusinkveld, Harold Ri-
chardson, Ron Gear, lloyd Settle, Bill
Steward, Jack Riney.
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State Center 6
Story City 8
State Center ll
Back row left to right: Art, Ronald Gear, Music, Donna Hess 3 Photography, Lester
Knapp, Organization, Ruby Rhoadsg Art, Dean Knutson. Front row left to right:
Business Manager, Jack Belcher: Assistant Editor, Helen Jane Montgomery, Editor,
Donna Anfinsong Dramatics, Sue Ann Huhng Sports, Dick Boyce.
-I - A bit of picturesque Holland was
transplanted to Nevada o n May 17,
l9L,9 for the Junior-Senior Prom held at the Nevada Community building-
The large auditorium was converted into a lovely Dutch setting.
Senior Cl ss--l9h9
Prom Servers, left to right: Rodney Snyder, Janet Newton, James Per-
kins, Dolores Nilson, Vivian Johnson, Charles Case, Mary dllen Cor-
bin, Dick Henry.
lDutch scenes were
upon all the valls
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decorative a re a
was s urro u n ded
by a white picket
fence e ntwi n ed
with color ful
As the young
couples, the girls
entered under a
lattice arch they
were greete d by
the strain s of
s o ft m us i c b y
.Jack Berka and
His music makers,
coming from the
bard stand lo c a-
ted in the middle
of the south sec-
tion, the wall be-
hind b e i ng de-
corated with t u-
lips, Dutch girls
On th e East
wall was a la rge
Dutch q i r l and
boy painted i n
b ri g ht colors,
a n d outlined in
luminous p aint
which glow e d in
the dark. On the
:north wall was a
with a large wood-
en milk cart drawn
by a dog with a
Dutch girl walking
ah e a d . At the
west was a large
windmill with the
In frontof the
windmill w as a.
pool of water re-
flecting the lu-
minous moon. Gr-
een grass leading
up to a nearby
hi ll surrounded
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Donna Anfinson ----- ----- ----- Interpretive Reading --------------
Sue Ann Huhn
Dick Boyce-Ovation Bill Mohler-Reading
Left to Right: Emma, Helen J. Montgomeryg Papa, Bill Mohlerg Mrs.
T k J' W eks' Mama Donna Anflnson.
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1948-1949 STATE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR TRACK CHAMPIONS
Ray McConnell sets state track r
cord for one mile.
Two Nile Relay 8:25.0
The Two Nile Relay team, made up
of Hay McConnell, Dick Gearhart,
Jim Woodruff and Dick McConnell
started breaking records early in
the rear and continued the achieve-
ments until the season ended. The
climax came in the State Outdoor
where they broke the existing two
mile relay record for the state of
Iowa. The team holds the two mile
record at the following meets: Val-
ley Relays, Little Cyclone Relays,
Sac Relays, Ottumwa District Re-
lays, and State Outdoor. Their one
loss during the year came in the
Drake Relays where they were nosed
out in a photo finish. The team
won seven trophies during the l9L9
One Nile Relay 3:3L.5
The one mile relay made up of
Dill Stone, Jim Woodruff, Ron Fin-
cham, and Capt. Paul Welty, cli-
maxed a successful season by break-
ing the one mile state relay re-
cord in the State Cutdoor track
meet. The relay was never defeated
in Class B competition. In the
Drake relays, where Class A and B
are combined, Nevada ren second to
the winner in a time of 3:3l.h.
The 3:3L.5 time stands as the State
Outdoor record, also the Nevada
Hiph School record.
Brass Quintet: Dick McConnell, Dean Brass Sextet: Dick McConnell, Dean
Knutson, Don Olson, Dolores Wilson, Knutson, Dolores Wilson, Don Olson,
Frances Pryor, Jack Belcher
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Drum Ensemble: Helen Jane Montgom- Saxophone Quartet: lBeverly Holland,
ery, Karl Glson, Gary Halleland, Kay Evelyn Kinyon, Dorothy Shalley, Sue
Garsrud Ann Huhn
Woodwind Quintet: Shirley Bloom,
Clarinet Quartet! Janet Newton, Dolores Wilson, Virginia Marion,
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ADOLPH'S SHOE REPAIR . . ..... Shoe polish, laces, and leather repair
AL'S STANDARD SERVICE . . . Atlas tires, batteries and accessories Phone 606
AMBROSE ........ ............ Menswear-Womenswear-Gifts
ANDREWS OIL CO ..... . .... Tank wagon service. Phone 566 and 627
ANGLE REFRIGERATION . . . . . ..... Phone 699 for sales and service
BALDUS HATCHERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Radios, Television, and Appliances
BARR'S LINCOLNWAY GROOERY0 Daily service Unbeatable eatables-Always priced right
BATMAN E-SAYERS ABSTRACT CO. . . . . . . . . . . . . Reliable abstracts Of title
BEEMAN'S GROCERY . . . . . . Open daily. Sundays 6:50 to 1:00-4:00 to 7:00
BENSON'S DAIRY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fountain Service
BERKA'S DRUG . . . . . . . For the best in everything Phone 102
BOONE VALLINE . . . . . . No job too big or too small
CARL E. STONE . . . . ......... . Best wishes to the Class of l95O
CAPRITHERS COMPANY ...... Ladies ready-to-wear. Infant and childrens' hear
CAiSRUD'S GROCERY ...... . . . Groceries and meats-quality-service-economy
C. F. WILSON . . HThat insurance mann insurance and real estate Phone 88 or 927
CHILD JEWELRY STORE ............. . . Phone L59 for the correct time
CIRCLE BARBER SHOP . .
CIRCLE BEAUTY SHOP . .
CIRCLE THEATER . I . . .
. . . . . . . Hair cutting specialty
. Smart hair styles for young and old
. . . . . The Showplace of Story County
COLIIS COTTAGE . . . . . . . A friendly place to meet your friends
CCOVEB'S ECONOMY CORNER . . . . . . . . Specializing in low prices
CROW'S HYBRID CORN . . . . . . . . ....... Something to crow about
DAVIS PAINT STORE ....... Paints, wallpaper, gifts, housewares, novelties
DEOLA MILLING OO ........................ Feeds-salt-seeds
DIOK'S RADIATOR 6 AUTO SERVICE .Steam cleaning and radiator repair-our specialty
DILLIN'S DEPT. STORE . . Dry goods, notions, shoes, men's clothing and hardware
DRIVE INN ....... Our specialty4Italian spaghetti, steaks, meals, lunches
FAREWAY STORE . .Y. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Groceries and meats
FARM AND HOME STORE .... . . Massey Harris, New Idea, G. E., and Oldsmobile
F. C- TARMAN REAL ESTATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dillin Building
FIRESTONE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tires-tubes-accessories
GAMBLE'S .... . .
GERLACH SUPPLY CO. .
GOLDCREST DAIRY ..
HALL HDTORS . . . . . . . . . .
HALTERMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING .
H. M. VINSEL . . .
HI-WA CAFE ,,,,
HUNT FOOD MARKET ........
IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER CO. .
J. F. ANDERSON LUMBER CO. , , ,
KARGES SUPER SERVICE . . .
KELLOGG INSURANCE AGENCY . .
KINGSBURY RADIO SERVICE . .
L. M. HALL . . . . . . ,
LAPP LABORATORIES, INC. . .
LILLIAN'S BEAUTY SHOPPE . .
LITTLE DRESS SHOP . . . . .
LYLE'S CLOTHING AND SHOES -
Everything for farm and home Phone L91
. . . . . Feeds, seeds and fertilizers
. . . Quality in every bottle Phone 103
For the finest car of all see Oscar Hall
. Phone 525 for quick, prompt attention
. ..... Your photographer Phone 155
. Loans, insurance, and real estate
. . . . . . . . A good place to eat
. . . Fine fruits and vegetables
. Electricity and gas PYIODG 255
. . . . J. A. Olinger, Manager
. . Oil, gas, tires and batteries
. . . Insurance and real estate
. . . Radio, recording and sound
. . . . . . . . Quality feed products
. Permanente and cold waves Phone 560
. . . . . . . Dresses and accessories
- - Quality merchandise for men and boys
MARSHALL'S MEN'S WEAR . . .............. The name tells the story
MATHISON MOTOR COMPANY .......... You know us, and we know your Ford
McGRATH'S FURNITURE STORE . When you think of fine furniture, think of McGrath's
McLAURY'S JEWELRY STORE
M- L- EOPGEN AND SON . . ........... Home of dependable furniture
NATE LEVIN ....... . Auto parts and groceries
FOOD STORE . . . . . . . . . . . . . Service with a smile
NEVADA BRICK AND TILE CO. . . . . . . . . . . Clay products manufacturer
NEVADA CANDY KITCHEN . . . . . Candy Kitchen, the friendly meeting place
NEVADA CLEANERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ray Mcnanieis Phone 400
NEVADA COAL AND ICE CO ............ Pure ice and clean coal Phone 216
NEVADA EVENING JOURNAL . . Most complete news coverage in sports in Story County
NEVADA FRUIT AND CROCERY ..... . .......... For quality and service
NEVADA INDEPENDENT OIL CO. . ..... Petroleum products
NEVADA LOCKER PLANT .... . . Meat--wholesale and retail
NEVADA NATIONAL BANK . . . Power to your class year
NEVADA SEED COMPANY . . . Farm seeds and feeds
0 K BARBER SHOP . . .................... For good service
O K RUBBER WELDERS . . . N w tires, wheel balancing and tire service Phone 48
O. R. SHAFFER . . . , .
O. W. BIERMA . . . ,
. . . . . Nevada's oldest auto dealer--Buick, Pontiac
. . . . . . . . Complete insurance service Phone 775
OWL CAFE . . . . . . . . .
PETERSON'S FLORAL COMPANY
POULTRY oorsmar . . . , ,
PRUTER'S SHOE STORE . . .
REEDHOLM HARDWARE ....
REUBEN H. DONNELLY CORP. .
SINCLAIR'S FEDERATED STORE
SLEAMONS BROTHERS ....
SLEFDN'S FILLING STATION .
STAHLMAN'S SHELL SERVICE .
STANDARD CHEVROLET . . L
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Delicious home-cooked meals
. Say it with flowers Phone Y
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. . . . . . . . Dependable footwear
. Hardware, paints, and plumbing supplies
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. . Extends congratulations
Your friendly McCormick Deering Dealer
Change to Sinclair products
Complete service for your car
. New and used cars and trucks. Sales and service
. . . . . . . Atlas tires, batteries and accessories
STATE BANK Q TRUST CO ................... A good place to bank
STEWARD CIGAR A SPORTING GOODS STORE ...... HSBGQUSTLSTB for sporting goods
STARBUCK'S STATION . . . .
STONE'S DX SERVICE . .
STORY HOTEL . . . . .
SYLVESTER MEMORIALS . .
THE HUT . . . . . . .
THOMPSON DRUG . . .
WALKER MOTOR SALES . .
WALTER W. SMAY ....
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE
WHITE'S JEWELRY . . .
WOODRUFF'S SHOE REEAIR . .
Houston Clinic '
H. W. Bowers
J. D. Conner
W. B. Sperow
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M. C. Frazier
S. W. Arthur
DX and Firestone products
Dining room, fine foods, and private parties
. . The best for less
W. E. Sylvester and G. E. Allen
. . . . . . The Rexall store
. Walker Maytag and Appliances
. . . . . Manufacturer of curved rafters and trusses
STORE . . ........... Wayne Oliver Phone 550
. . . . . . . White treats you right
. . . . . Meet your friends at Tipton's
. Look at your shoes--everyone else does
Hadley A Countryman
Hattery A Miller
Mort J. Cockshoot
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