New Hampton High School - Shadow Yearbook (New Hampton, IA)
- Class of 1957
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Student Council . .
Junior Class Play . . .
All-School Play . .
Ensembles . . .
Mixed Chorus . .
Glee Clubs . .
Boys' Chorus .I . .
Variety Show . .
Homecoming . .
Sweetheart Ball . .
Football . . .
Basketball . .
Wrestling . .
Track . . .
Baseball . .
Snapshots . . .
Class Officers .
Freshmen . .
Sophomores . .
SENIORS . . . .
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The clock ticks--the pendulum swings. It holds one significant
fact common to everyone: time is passing. People are but shadows
on its scale set to a persistent forward tempo. How and where peo-
ple cast their shadows varies the world over. Many of the hours for
a short period of our lives contain shadows that fall within the corri-
dors of high school.
These "Fleet Shadows" hold and mean so much. So lest we for-
get, lest we lose them in the blackness of oblivion, they are trapped
on the pages of this book. They cannot flit from our grasp, they are
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In appreciation for the time and effort you have spent in teach-
ing us to the best of your ability, for devoting extra time to student
projects such asnews staff and staged productions, for giving us in-
dividual interest and assistance since our sophomore year, and for
countless other contributions to our high school life, we dedicate
this book to you, Mr. Hughes. The 1957 "Shadow" is yours.
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One of the students of our high school
who passed away during the past year was
Robert Johnson. He was accidentally killed
on November 5 while on a hayride. Bob
will be missed in the band, the Future Far-
mers of America, the Sophomore Class,
and the whole student body.
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STANDING, Left to Right: Paul Hassman, Howard David, Presidentg Dale Hutcheson.
SEATED: Ray McDermott, Naomi Cowles, Secretary: Dan Donovan.
The School Board is elected by the people of New Hampton, and each member
serves for two years.
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Our principai, Mr. Krumm, was bom at
Newhall, Iowa, and graduated from New-
hall High School. He then worked for eight
years in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, as storeroom
foreman at Wilson Company, Inc. He ser-
ved in the Army for five years: he later re-
ceived his B.A. degree from Coe College
and his M.S. from the University of Iowa.
He was a former principal of Newhall High
School for three years and Reinbeck High
School for five years before coming to New
Mr. Colbert, who is serving as our super-
intendent, was bom at Menlo, Iowa. After
attending Menlo High School, he went to
Drake University, and graduated with a B.
S. degree in1939, and eamed his M.S. de-
gree in 1947. After coaching for five years,
he served as gunnery officer in the Navy for
two years, and then returned to coaching
for a year before becoming principal at
Audubon. The next yearhe moved to Scran-
ton to serve as superintendent for eight years.
Gert Hintz, secretary to Mr. Krumm, principal, Naomi Cowles,
secretary to Mr. Colbert, superintendent.
these to whom we owe so much
these who, in individual ways, follow
the profession of the Master Teacher
these who gave of themselves far be-
yond their days' work Vocal Music '
MRS . GLADYS ANT LE
these we extend our gratitude.
MISS LUANE FRANK, IW
MR. EVERETT FRINK, IVHSS RUTH GETHMANN,
Voc . Agriculture Typing , Shorthand
MISS CATHARINE GRISIER, MR. NORMAN HANSEN'
HiSI0IY Business Law, Book-
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MISS LOIS HILEMAN,
MRS, RUTH L. HUDTLOFF, Q Q MR. BEN HUGHES,
Latin, Freshman English Senior English, Hi-
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MISS FAYE HUTCHINS,
MR. WALTER JOHNSON,
Physics. Bi010gY. Coach, Sociology,
Physical Science Heaith, Govemment
MR. KENNETH MAUPIN,
MR. FRITZ NIELSON, MR. JOHN PHILD,
Driving Instructor, Coach, Algebra
Coach, Physical Education Mathematics
MR. GEORGE RICHARDS, MISS JANET TRAGER,
General Science, Art, Annual
MISS MAUD TUCKER, L 5, . -
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MR. ROBERT UTTERBACK, MISS MARIE WEBER
Instrumental Music Physical Education
MRS, MARCELLA KAMMEYER, MRS. AGNES HYNES, MRS. FAYE KIME,
Office Assistant School Nurse Librarian
MRS. RANDALL, MRS. mass, MRS. WHICKER,
MRS. PAULINE COWLISHAW
MR. GEORGE HOFFMAN, MR. RALPH GARDENER, and -, 0
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Our "Fleet Shadows" have filled hours full of activity by dancing in rhythm to time. The activities
of these hours besides fun and frolic gave us a priceless gift. They helped us grow up and accept respon-
sibility. You might call it a testing ground for life. There were so many activities, so many that will
remain untold. Our shadows fall on industrious hours, experiencing, leaming, growing hours, agonizing
hours, giddy hours, exciting hours, All are in the brief life at N.H.H.S.
Miss Trager, Advisorg Pitzenberger, Editor.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Roberson,
Laures, Fitzgerald. SECOND ROW:
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Right: Lynch, Lee,
ROW: Peters, For-
FRONT ROW, Left to
Rightg McDonald, Secrist
Marvetz. SECOND ROW:
Sabo, Carr, Kennedy.
The fine turnout ofthe
"Shadow" in the history of our
high school is the proof of each
year's work in annual staff.
This group of students is cho-
sen by members of the faculty
to take charge of the annua1's
publication. Everything from
limiting pages to selecting a
cover or dedication is consi-
dered carefully to give you,
the students, a yearbook to re-
member and cherish for years
To enter this club, new mem-
bers must write a theme on their
interests in art and sketch a self-
portrait. Students in the club need
not have outstanding abilities in art.
The purpose is to realize how many
phases of art there areg and X how
much fun it can be to put your
imagination to work and
to create something.
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Char1eS Lynch, PRESIDENT
Kay Forkenbrock, VICE-PRESIDENT
Dick Schlindwein, SECRETARY
Diane Roberson, TREASURER
Richard Tekippe, STUDENT COUNCIL
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: McDonald, Gerber, Bock, Ball, Cooney, Ryder, Betzer, Jean Holschlag, Lee.
SECOND ROW: Miss Gethrnann, Judy Holschlag, Rasing, Iverson, Vestal, Diesburg, Forsman, Orvis, M.
Lynch, Panoch, Roberson, Carr. THIRD ROW: Peters, Rowe, Forkenbrock, Sabo, Winter, Donovan, Te-
Kippe, Eichenberger, Sanderson, Kolthoff, Fitzgera1d,Sch1indweir1. FOURTH ROW: Dana, Kemiedy, Fliger,
Upham, Pitzenberger, Rosonke, Denner, Tierney, C. Lynch, Laures, Shinstine, Robinson, Finnegan.
In order to become members of this club, commercial students must receive their 40-word
typing pins or 60-word shorthand awards. Its aim is to increase business knowledge through the
award system and to make good business men and women of tomorrow. It has formerly been
open to any commercial student, but was recently changed, requiring these particular awards,
which limits the membership. Those in the club are privileged to take an award test at any time.
In addition, this club also sponsors for all typing students an annual contest, which urges them
to gain more skills.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Roberson, President: Maravetz, Student Council: X
Tekippe, Treasurer: Rowe, 'Secretaryg I-libbs, Publicity: Forkenbrock,
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Drivers Club is one of the recently organized
clubs in our schooL In spite of this, it has
already accomplished many things. The club,
with the Lions C1ub's help, sponsored and
participated in a Teenage Car Rodeo this
spring. Road signs have been put up on the
outskirts of town by the club. Their latest
project was a bicycle safety program for
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Rogers,NL Braham,,T ohnson, Gerber, Hibbs, Holschlag, D. Hutcheson, Knight,
Betzer, K. Forkenbrock, Rietveld. SECOND ROW: Bailey, Weidler, Iverson, Caulfield, Diane Hutcheson,
Robrock, J. Fliger, J, Roberson, D, Roberson, Forsman, Denner, THIRD ROW: P. J. Baltes, P. A. Baltes,
Fitzgerald, Rowe, Sabo, Kolthoff, M., Laures, Arendt,,Schilling, Kuennen, D. Fliger, D, Lynch. FOURTH
ROW: Upham, Carlin, Hassman, 'D, Hassman, Berst, Lynch, Braham, Laures, Ritchmond, Palmersheim,
Gilbert, C. Laures, TeKippe, Snyder. FIFTH ROW: Dana, Kurtenbach, O'Byrne, Hansen, Forkenbrock,
G Denner, Regel, Woodford, Maravetz, Heit, Nargang, Pitzenberger, D. Roberson, Mr. Neilson, Advisor.
To become a member of the Future Farmers of America, a boy must
take the vocational agriculture course in high school. Each of the F.
F.A. members undertake a project during the year. Besides these
individual projects, the members also have community projects. F.
F.A . does a great deal toward preparing young .
farmers for the time when they will have their
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Robinson, Sentinelg Knutson, Vice-
Presidentg Palmersheim, President, Mr. Frink, Advisor. SECOND
ROW: D. Kurtenbach, Treasurer: Ritchmond, Reporter: Laures,
Student Councilg L. Kurtenbach, Secretary.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: L. Severson, Mills, Frink, Advisor, Ritchmond, Jack Palmer-
sheim, Knutson, L. Kurtenbach, D. Kurtenbach, Robinson, S. Laures, Trewin. SECOND ROW
Burke, Stover, Njus, Ackley, Fisher, G. Laures, Thayer, Palmersheim, Shay, Keunnen
Fitzgerald, Lee, A. Severson, Breitbach. THIRD ROW: Lynch, Eslinger, Hauser, E. Heir
Wagoner, N. Heit, Borlaug, L. Drewelow, R. Laures, Way, Webb, Pietan. FOURTH ROW
G. Drewelow, C. Laures, Speicher, Zipse, I. Laures, H. Drewelow, Hassman, Bartz, Han-
sen, Brannon, M. Heit, Holschlag, Shay, Rahlf.
Although this organization
is a fairly new one, it has
a strong membership.
These girls are learning
the social aspects ofhome-
making interests through
various projects. They
must have at least one
year of Home Economics
to enter the club.
CLOCKWISE: Wiedler, Par1iamentariangDiesburg, Music Chair-
mang Rietveld, Historian, Shinstine, Secretary-Treasurerg Miss
Hilleman, Sponsor, Carr, Vice Presidentg O'Ho11eam, Reporterg
Fitzgerald, President, Hassman, Student Council.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Howe, Card, E. Burke, Bellinger, Cooney, Sostak, D.
Burke, Rosauer, Edson. SECOND ROW: Miss Hilleman, Sponsor: Horsely, Douglas,
Ackley, Joann Rietveld, Soukup, Arnold, Morrissey, Dowd, Fitzgerald, Orvis. THIRD
ROW: Lynch, Vestal, Diesburg, Judy Rietveld, Weidler, Doyle, Carr, Hassman, Cha-
pin, Robrock, I. Roberson. FOURTH ROW: D. Roberson, Hennings, Deutsch, O'Hol-
leam, Iirak, M. Rosonke, S. Shinestine, D. Pecinovsky, A. Rosonke, Denner, M.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Hibbs, Ryder, Gerber, Rosauer, McDonald. SECOND
ROW: Dawn Hutcheson, Peters, Laures, Vestal, Deutsch, Denner, THIRD ROW: Fors-
man, Diane Hutcheson, Hassman, Meighan, Shinstine, Arendt, Miss Weber, Sponsor.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: N. Kolthoff, McDonald, Card, Rogers, Kobliska, Braham,
Gerber, Ball, Rosauer, Burke, Whalen. SECOND ROW: Miss Weber, Hartson, Gaffney,
Hutcheson, Cooney, Horsley, Knight, Pacovsky, Samec, Laures, Swenson, J. Knight,
Eichenberger. THIRD ROW: Mahoney, Plank, Lynch, Ryder, Hibbs, Holschlag, Cow-
lishaw, Peters, Underwood, Soukup, I. Peters, Katz, J, Rosauer, J, Holschlag. FOURTH
ROW: Vestal, Doyle, O'Ho11eran, Diane Hutcheson, Weidler, Rochford, Caulfield, Hass-
man, Yearling, Secrist, Forsman, Denner, Fliger, Robrock, P. .T . Baltes. FIFTH ROW:
P, A. Baltes, Schroeder, Deutsch, Robertson, Pitzenberger, Shinstine, Meighan, Sabo,
Wilson, E, Pitzenberger, .T. Kolthoff, Schmidt, Edgar, Arendt, E. Denner, M. Shinstine.
The Girls Recreational Assosication is an organization that provides sports activities
for its members. G,R,A, is the sponsor of our annual "Hen's Hustle" and also for a
playday put on for Northeast Iowa G,R,A, clubs,
Membership in this club is gained by having a "B" average for one semester in either
World History or in U, S, History, This club has a tradition of sending Christmas cards to all
former members who are in service.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: McDonald, Murphy, B. Rogers, M. Braham, Bock, Ball, Cooney,
Dawn Hutchinson, Knight. SECOND ROW: Hibbs,Judy Holschlag, Arnold, Johnson, Edson, Betzer,
Jean Holschlag, Lee Brummond, Peters. THIRD ROW: Jim Carr, Iverson, Hill, K, Forkenbrock,
Fitzgerald, Rowe, Winters, Schilling, Donova.n, Carr, Weidler. FOURTH ROW: Canfield, Doyle,
Deutsch, Wilson, P, A. Baltes, Sabo J irak, C. Rogers, Harmon, Attleson.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Chapin, Schuchardt, Robrock, J. Roberson, D,-Roberson, D. Pitzen-
berger, Roethler, Shinstine, Schilling. SECOND ROW: Triplett, Pecinovsky, E. Pitzenberger, J
Rosonke, Hassman, Fliger, Kennedy, McCrillis, Lynch, Upham. THIRD ROW: Kurtenbach, Te-
Kippe, Snyder, D. Braham, Palmersheim, J . Forkenbrock, Straw, Laures, Arendt, E. Denner, Shay
FOURTH ROW: J. Fliger, Peterson, Duvall, R. Rosonke, Marvetz, Nargang, Secrist, G, Denner
Brannon, Dale Roberson.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: L. Severson, Carr, A. Severson, Ritchmond, Donovan,
Dana, Fliger. SECOND ROW: Brumm, Swenumson, TeKippe, Snyder, Schlindwein,
Krogman, Palmersheim, Mr. Philo, Sponsor. THIRD ROW: Gaffney, Hassman, Rob-
elson, Dermer, Forkenbrock, Jacobs O'Byme. NOT SHOWN: Kennedy, Duvall, Condon.
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Snyder, President: Ken-
T rea surerg Mr. Philo
The Lettermen's club acquires its members from those boys who re-
ceive a major letter in any sport. After his membership, he receives
a gold symbol of the sports in which he participates. The Lettermen
were in fashion this year, for they made an attractive change in their
letter style. It involved a change from black cardigans to white V-
ISSUE LVII New Hampton High School May 28, 1957
The "Hi-Lites" staff has members divided
into groups under the direction of an edi-
tor, an assistant editor, and Mr. Hughes.
Assignments, which are due on Thursdays
at 3:00, are published each week in the
school section of the " Economist. "
ABOVE: Mr. Hughes, Advisor:
BELOW: Mary Jane Wilson, Editor:
Judy Holschlag, Assistant Editor.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Murphy, McDonald, Gerber, Ball, Hibbs, Burke, Arnold,
Soukup, Mr. Hughes. SECOND ROW: Peters, Morrissey, Underwood, Cooney, Hol-
schlag, Hill. THIRD ROW: Rogers, Sabo, Diane Roberson, Doyle, Forsman, Denner,
Baltes, Wilson, Pitzenberger, Kolthoff, Carr. FOURTH ROW: Fisher, Kennedy, Caro-
lin, TeKippe, Fitzgerald, Braham, Lynch, Laures, Arendt, Secrist, Maravetz, Dale
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Peters, Vice-President: McDonald, Secretary-Treasurer,
Ball, Baltes, Fitzgerald, Student Councilg Forkenbrock. SECOND ROW: E. Pitzenber-
ger, President, Doyle, Cowlishaw, Hibbs, D. Pitzenberger, Rietveld.
Pep Club is one of the more recently organized clubs. It was organized to fill a
need for a good cheering section at athletic events. Any girl in high school is eligible
for membership in this club.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Howe, McDonald, Card, Gerber, Ball B. Rogers, Braham, Johnson
Cooney, Dawn Hutcheson. SECOND ROW: Whalen, Burke, Mahoney, Joann Rietveld, Plank
Dowd, Soukup, Morrissey, Arnold, Rosauer, Peters, Knight, Underwood, Miss Weber, Sponsor
THIRD ROW:Shir1ey, Holschlag, Hibbs, Cowlishaw, Hill, L. Diesburg, Eichenberger, J. Knight
Freeman, Stiefel, Diane Hutcheson, Caulfield, Rochford, Denner, Forsman. FOURTH ROW:
Brumm, M. Peters, Weidler, Hassman, Deutsch, Doyle, Schroeder, Forkenbrock, D. Rober-
son, Yearling, Robrock, Fliger, Betzer, Ryder, Iverson, M. Diesburg. FIFTH ROW: Orvis,
Seery, Fitzgerald, Rowe, PJ. Baltes, P.A. Baltes, C. Rogers, Carr, O'Hol1earn, Jirak, Riet-
veld, D. Pitzenberger, J. Roberson, Pitzenberger, Kolthoff, M. Fliger, Arendt.
Our cheerleaders were chosen by
popular vote by the whole student
body in the fall. Their duty is to
lead the cheers at the athletic e-
vents and inspire pep in the entire
student body .
LEFT TO RIGHT: Captain
Cowlishaw, Ball, Hibbs,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Hass-
man, Diesburg, Freeman,
The twirlers are chosen
according to their ability.
It is their job to lead the
band at the football games,
band- festivals, and con-
LEFT TO RIGHT: Betzer, Ryder, Koltoff, Robrock, Hutch-
Anyone wishing to belong to our
schoo1's modem dance club, may do so.
The purpose is to increase interest in inter-
pretive dancing and to show feelings or
moods through modem dance techniques.
The girls performed in the annual Variety
Show and also put on their own dance re-
cital for the public, both of which they
found very interesting and enjoyable, al-
though it took a lot of hard practicing and
work to complete their numbers.
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N, ger, Secretary -T reasurerg Kolt-
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Underwood, Holschlag, Knight. SECOND ROW: Sabo, Pitzenberger,
Caulfield , Kolthoff.
StudentCounci1 is the student govern-
ing body of the high school. It is composed
of representatives from each class and each
club. In this way, all of the student body is
represented. The Student Council decides
on some ofthe matters pertaining to the stu-
dentbody's activities. It sponsors the annual
traditiona1Christmas Formal for the students
and last year's graduates.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mr. Krumm, Advisorg Gerber, Carr, Roberson, Pitzenberger, Miss
Gethmann, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Murphy, Attleson, Winter, Wilson, Fitzgerald, Peters,
Forsman, McDonald. THIRD ROW: Berst, TeKippe, Hibbs, Holthoff, Laures, Hassman, Brad-
shaw. FOURTH ROW: Arendt, Denner, O'Byme, Lynch, Braham, Marvetzf
The honor science club of New Hampton is called Tri-Sci. Tri-Sci stands for the three sciences
biology, chemistry, and physics. During the school year, Tri-Sci members work on various
projects. These projects are taken to the Science Fairwhich is held at Cedar Falls in the spring
To be eligible for membership in Tri-Sci, a student must hold a "B" average for one semester
in one of the above mentioned sciences.
Denner, St. Council
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Johnson, Peters, Arnold, Hutcheson, I. Fliger, Whalen, Bock
McDonald. SECOND ROW: Brumm, Rogers, Edson, Betzer, Hibbs, B. Denner, Sabo, Hughes,
Eslinger, Upham. Tl-IIRD ROW: Sponsor: Miss Hutchins, Wilson, Arendt, Baltes, Schilling
Pitzenberger, Peterson. FOURTH ROW: Eaton, G. Denner, Forkenbrock, Woodford, Regel
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Knight, Peters, Berst, Regal, McDonald. SECOND
ROW: Arendt, Miss Tucker, Sponsorg Shulz, O'Byrne. THIRD ROW: Nargang,
TeKippe, Wilson, Pitzenberger, Cowlishaw, Lunch,
The N.H.H.S. Thespian Society is a chapter of the National Thespian
Dramatic Honor Society for the purpose of creating a more active and intelli-
gent interest in dramatics.
Thespian membership may be eamed by participation in any or all ac-
tivities of the dramatics department, including acting, directing, stage craft,
lighting, make-up, costuming, advertising, etc. The Thespian Society is
devoted to the advancement of dramatic arts.
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with lots of ideas on psychology which T
she promptly puts to work 1n trymg to
reform her family She f1nds herself in
one predicament after another Finally
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Schulz, Baltzer, Hackman, Eslinger, Anderson,
Regal Berst, Lynch, Upham. SECOND ROW: Miss Tucker, Pitzenberger,
Holschlag, Rietveld, Cowlishaw, Hibbs, Forsman, Jacobs.
FRONT ROW, Leftto Right: Gray, V. Freeman, Hansen, Sjobakken, McDonald. SECOND ROW
Hill, C. Berst, Stiefel, Janet Carr, Babcock, Katz, Triplett, Pearson, Kelly, B. Rogers, Mil-
ler, Moetsch, N. Freeman. THIRD ROW: Roberson, Braham, Rosauer, Rietveld, Dana, Bamett
Card, Baldwin, Palmersheim, Kahler, Clements, Blunt, Lavonne Stover, Upham.
CONDUCTS - - -
FOURTH ROW, Left to Right: Fliger, Finnegan, Bartz, Hibbs, Mills, Ackely, Burke, Hentges, Timm,
Woodford, Dense, Robinson, Lee Stover, Roberson, LaTour, Gerber, Bailey. FIFTH ROW: Bock, Ander-
son, Schilling, Dowd, Holschlag, Mr. Utterback, Regel, Fisher, Jim Carr, Edson, Blunt, Borlaug, C.
Rogers, L. Berst, Richards.
The N.H.H.S. band under the direction of Mr. Robert Utterback has provided entertain-
ment at the half of all home football games. At the matching contest on October 13, 1956,
the band received a II rating. The band had many outstanding performancesg among them
were the Spring Concert, May 2, and the Pop Concert, March 7, State contest for band was
May 4. Again this year, the band participated in County Festival at Nashua on April 9.
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Hill, Berst, Moetsch, Miller
Richards, Blunt, Berst
wooDw1ND CHAMBER WOODWIND QUTNTETTE
McDonald, Sjobakken Stiefel, Upham, Rogers, Sjobakken, Freeman
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Bock, Hibbs, Gerber, Betzer, Ball,
Rowe. SECOND ROW: Rodberg, Attleson, Carlin. Nargang, Fitz-
gerald, Rogers, Peters, Jacobs, Berst, Shay, Upham.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: L. Hibbs, Burke, Gerber, McDonald, Ball, Betzer, Arnold, Rowe,
Peters, Carr, Attleson, Ritchmond, Borlaug, I. Peters, Bock, Johnson, Shay. SECOND ROW:
Sweitzer, Sabo, Underwood, Forkenbrock, Carr, Holschlag, Cowlishaw, O'Byrne, Upham,
Kurtenbach, Duvall, Eslinger, Lynch, Hill, .D. Hibbs, Ryder. THIRD ROW: Rogers, P.A. Baltes,
Schroeder, P.J. Baltes, Wilson, Knutson, Pitzenberger, Forsman, C. Laures, Palmersheim, S.
Laures, Jacobs, Doyle, Denner, Fitzgerald, Iverson. FOURTH ROW: Berst, TeKippe, E. Fitz-
gerald, McCri11is, Braham, I. Forkenbrock, Maravetz, Nargang, D. Jacobs, Woodford, Car-
lin, Eichenberger, Kolthoff, Brumm, Seery, Arendt.
DIRECTS - - -
Much credit for a successful Mixed Chorus group goes to
Mrs. Antle, our vocal instructor. This group has been active
in providing entertainment for such programs as the Christ-
mas Program, Variety Show, and the Broadway production,
"Finian's Rainbow." They also participated in the County
Choral Festival and State Music Contest in Waverly on May
GIRLS' GLEE CLUBS
The First Girls Glee Club is composed ofJunior and Senior girls. The Second Girls Glee
Club is composed of Freshmen and Sophomores. They devote their seventh periods to these music
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Samec, Morrissey, Rosauer, Edson, Burke, Gerber, McDonald,
Ball, Betzer, Soukup, Hibbs, J. Peters, Bock, Johnson, O'Hol1earn. SECOND ROW: Stolfus, Jean
Holschlag, Sweitzer, Sabo, Underwood, Knight, Forkenbrock, Pitzenberger, Carr, Cowlishaw, M.
Peters, Rowe, Doyle, Denner, Fitzgerald, Deutsch, Ryder. THIRD ROW: Schuchhardt, Rogers,
P. A. Baltes, Schroeder, P. J. Baltes, Wilson, Knutson, Forsman, Judy Holschlag, Arnold, Eichen-
berger, Diesburg, Kolthoff, Brurnm, Seery, Iverson, J irak, Chapin, Arendt.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Kolthoff, Card, M. Knight, Burke, Kobliska, Rosauer, Anderson.
Dawn Hutcheson, Yearling, Dowd, Mahoney, Plank, Sweet, M. Whalen, Barnett, Rogers, Barry,
Lynch. SECOND ROW: Braham, Shirley, Brincks, Ackley. J. Dahlen, Joann Rietveld, Robinson,
Stiefel, Laures, Secrist, Diesburg, Childs, Clements, Blocker, Janssen, Schissel. THIRD ROW:
Hartson, Swenson, Samec, Gaffney, E. Whalen, Bellinger, Freeman, Bouska, Pacovsky, Bottin,
Hennings, Wagner, Robrock, Diane Hutcheson, Hll, Eichenberger. FOURTH ROW: J. Knight,
Judy Rietveld, Caulfield, Rochford, Weidler, Hassman, Chapin, Triplett, Pecinovsky, Fliger,
Kelly, Pitzenberger, Roberson, Beckman, Schilling, T, Dahlen, Carlin, Fliger, Shinstine, Munson.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Rodberg, Schupanitz, Troyna, Johnson, Rethamel, Iverson, C.
Laures, Carlin, S. Jacobs, Attleson, Borlaug, Finnegan, D. Johnson, Deutsch, Kolthoff. SE-
COND ROW:Rawson, Hentges, Lee Shay, Sweet, Roethler, Ritchmond, Carr. Palrnersheim, S.
Laures, Eslinger, Kurtenbach, Lynch, Larry Shay, Duvall, Eichenberger, Fisher, Keating.
THIRD ROW: Benz, Peterson, O'Bryne, Upham, Braham, Hibbs, Rosonke, Forkenbrock, Knut-
son, Maravetz, Nargang, Woodford, D. Jacobs, Fitzgerald, TeKippe, Berst, Gebel.
as Gerber, Kolthoff, TeKippe, Lynch
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Fitzgerald, Bock, Ball, McDonald, Peters, Rowe
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On Ian. 31 and Feb. 2 we put on the annual I C,
Variety Show. Over 200 students participated in the " 0 5'
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October 5 was the day the queen and the court reigned. The festivities started at noon
with a picnic at East Park. Following a movie at the theater, a pep assembly was held at
school. A snake dance was the last activity before the big night.
Our queen was crowned at half-time of the game we won against Cedar Falls Q7-Gy. The
royal court and their escorts were then honored at the Homecoming Dance in the new gym.
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The first project of the Freshmen
Class was the Sweetheart Ball. They
chose to reign over this event a
King and Queen, John Doyle and
Mary Jane Anderson. Attendants
were Nancy Freeman, Kathleen
Mahoney, Janice Stiefei, Judy
Knight, Dennis Bradshaw, Jerry
Hutcheson, Vemon Kuennen, and
Jerry Dennis King Joim Vemon Duane
Kathleen Nancy Queen Mary Jane Janice Judy
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Murphy, Manager, Slick, B. Kennedy, Snyder, Duvall, TeKippe, Swemumson,
M. Kennedy, Condon. SECOND ROW: Whitnable, Forkenbrock, O'Byme, Cowlishaw, Brumm, Rochford,
Straw, Dana, Krogman, Messersrnith, Manager. THIRD ROW: Mc Crillis, Manager, Coach Philo, Jacobs,
Woodford, Robinson, Roberson, Grove, Secrist, Hassman, Denner, Coach Rchards.
The 1956 football season will be remembered as a successful one at N. H. H. S. The Tribe
finished second to Charles City and Cedar Falls in the Northeast Iowa Conference.
The Chickasaws lost ten graduating seniors, four of whom were on the Conference honor roll,
from their co-Champions of '55, George Richards, a rookie coach in the Northeast Iowa Con-
ference, filled the graduation gaps well After a somewhat sluggish start, the Tribe was in con-
tention for the championship imtil the final game of the season when they lost to Charles City--
39 to 28.
The season peak was reached in the fourth game against co-Champs, Cedar Falls. Before
a capacity Homecoming crowd, the Chicks turnblezl the Tigers from an undisiputed crown 7 to 6.
Consecutive victories over Cresco, Oelwein and Osage preceded the season Enalwith Charles
New Hampton placed five on the '56 Conference Honor Roll: Linemen--Dennis Brumm,
Jack O'Byrne, Gene Krogmang and backs--Bob Duvall and Les Dana received the nod of the
coaches. Center Gene Groman also was named to the IDPA third team all-state.
This year's 8 and 2 record gave the graduating seniors a composite record of 25 and five
for their four years of high school football.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Bradshaw, Duvall, Cowlishaw, H. Drewelow, Kurtenbach, Har-
man, Buelow, Kraft, Hutcheson, Underwood, G. Drewelow. SECOND ROW: Rawson, Hibbs,
Bartz, Roberson, Colbert, Jacobs, Roethler, Whalen, Arendt, Iosephson, L. Drewelow. THIRD
ROW: Coach Johnson, Timm, Thayer, Jones, Schmidt, Attleson, Speicher, Peterson, Ugland,
Way, Beckman, Clarence Thayer, Cutsforth, Doyle, Coach Neilson.
" When you run, you run!
When you block, you block!
When you tackle, you tackle! "
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Clair Thayer, Schlindwein, Forkenbrock, Denner, Gaffney, Brumm, Ken-
nedy, Clarence Thayer. SECOND ROW: TeKippe, Dana, Fliger, Kuennen, Winter, Baltzer, Donovan
Coach Johnson. THIRD ROW: Berst, Roberson, Secrist, Regel, O'Byrne, Robinson, Rochford, Snyder
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Clair Thayer, Beckman, Timm, Finnegan, Donovan, Colbert, Hutcheson,
Clarence Thayer. SECOND ROW: Kelly, Iosephson, Fisher, Iuennen, Rabe, Klenske, Coach Richards.
THIRD ROW: Arendt, Ugland, Cowlishaw, D. Grove, J. Grove, Laures, Bradshaw, Peters.
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Coach Philo, Laures, Ritchmond, Harmon, A. Severson, Carr, L.
Severson, Coach Neilson. SECOND ROW: Kraft, Manager Knutson, Duvall, Whitnable, Straw,
Palmersheim, Manager Trewin, Rawson. THIRD ROW: Johnson, Lee, Albrecht, I-leit, Fitz-
gerald, Underwood, Keating. FOURTH ROW: Hassman, Roethler, McCri11is, Kennedy, Rich
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: G. Drewelow, H. Drewelow, Speicher, C. Laures, Hibbs, Whalen, Edgar
SECOND ROW: Coach Neilson, Murphy, L. Drewelow, Roberson, Jacobs, Deutsch, Hagedorn, Gebel, Mills
THIRD ROW: Cowlishaw, Schmidt, Palmersheim, Carlin, R Laures, Miller, Attleson, Ackley, Doyle
FOURTH ROW: Wagoner, I ones, Iverson, Peterson, Bartz, Lensing, Shaw, Hentzes, Lynch.
The New Hampton wrestlers undoubtedly completed the most successful season in the history
of athletics at New Hampton. Ledby the two Seversons, Larry and Arlin, Jim Carr and Bob Duvall.
the Chicks powered their way to a twelve-win, two-loss duel meet record.
This quartet produced three conference champions andasecond which coupled Mike Harmon's
third, were the main cogs in New Hampton's drive to their first conference championship in five
years. Bob Duva11's victory over Floyd Fiser in a slam bang 165 pound match clinched the
The district tournament featuring four of the toughest B schools in the state was a Roman
holiday for New Hampton. The two Seversons, Carr and Larry Straw advanced as district champ-
ions. Gene Ritchmond, Gary Whitnableand Bob Duvall qualified as runners-up. ,T ack Palmersheim
moved into the state field because of an ineligibility ruling.
This eight-man aggregation turned back the determined effort of Iowa Falls to become the
first class B wrestling champs in the history of the state.
Larry Straw and J' ack Palmersheim captured fourth place medals. Gene Ritchmond brought
home needed second-place points. Larry Severson, J im Carr, Arlin Severson and Bob Duvall
wear the crown at the top of their respective divisions. Arlin in winning the rubber match of his
class duels with Thompson picked up his second championship--district and State. It was also
Bob Duvall's second championship adding the state crown to his conference honors. The schools
two triple-crown winners were Larry Severson and Jim Carr, who won everything in sight--con-
ference, district, and state.
Another individual highlight was the resetting of the school scoring record by Arlin Severson.
Arlie topped Dick Schil1ing's record of 59 by three points.
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Doyle, Hutcheson, Leichtman, Iosephson, Schultz, Swenumson, Berst, Col-
bert, Kennedy, Drewelow, Coach Richards. SECOND ROW: Rochford, Woodford, Peterson, Cowlishaw
Denner, Grove, Ugland, McCril1is, Krogman, Roethler, K. Peterson. THIRD ROW: M. Kennedy, For-
kenbrock, S jobakken, Way, Speicher, L. Drewelow, Slick, Iverson, Kraft, Bradshaw. FOURTH ROW
Brumm, Straw, Robinson, O'Bryne, Roberson, Jacobs, Joe Cowlishaw, Arendt, Miller, Whitnable.
Not Shown, Duvall
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Kennedy, Cowlishaw, Brumm, Forkenbrock, Gaffney, Schlindwein, Coach
Johnson. SECOND ROW: Beckman, Hutcheson, Josephson, Dana, Hughes, Keating. THIRD ROW: Win-
ter, Kuennen, Palmersheim, Laures, Berst, Peters, V. Kuennen, Fisher.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Philo, Murphy, Doyle, Whalen, Donavon, Kelly, An-
derson, Harmon, Mark Donavon, Snyder, TeKippe, Klensky, Fliger, Regel.
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: J' , Whalen, M, Knight, Brincks, Schissel, I. Kolthoff,
Whal Quirk, Lynch Card Barry Doyle SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hudtloff, Iverson,
Mu all S I I '
Katz Schupanitz, Bellinger, Shirley, Douglas, Rietveld, Stiefel, Plank, Keating, Donovan,
Rodherg, Mr. Philo. THIRD ROW: Dowd, Freeman. Beckman, Ackley, D. Johnson,
Leichtman, W. Johnson, Vestal, Iosephson, Hutcheson, Burke, Yearling, Mahoney.
FOURTH ROW: Way, Kuennen, Lee Drewelow, Kraft, Sjobakken, Ugland, Fliger, Klenske,
Arendt, Bradshaw, Beck, Nargang, Kelly, Fisher:
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Casperson, Edgar, Rosauer, Kolthoff, L. Drewelow
Randall, Wagner, Mills. SECOND ROW: Rabe, Troyna, J. Knight, Hartson, Swenson
Samec, Laures, Gaffney, Dahlen, Anderson, Pacovsky, Clair Thayer, Clarence Thayer
THIRD ROW: Bortin, Clements, W. Sweet, Gray, Palmersheim, Timm, Deutsch, Schmidt
Finnegan, Swehla, Hennings, Carlin, Meighan. FOURTH ROW: Breitbach, Njus, D. Sweet
Jones, Benz, H. Drewelow, Bartz, Miller, Hibbs, Hagedorn, Shay, Gebel, Rethamel
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Bailey, Dawn Hutcheson, E. Whalen, ,
Barnett, Braham, Rogers, Murphy. SECOND ROW: Miss Hutchins, Troyna, Stover,
Pietan, Secrist, Hill, Diesburg, Eichenberger, Fisher, Larson, Trewin, Mr. Hughes.
THIRD ROW: Kobliska, M. Whalen, Brurnrnond, Ackley, Blocker, Beckman, Rietveld,
Janssen, Mullingg, Robinson, Childs. FOURTH ROW: Kurtenbach, Laures, Wagoner,
' Hentges, Anderson, J' acobs, Lensing, Harmon, Dahlen.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: J'. Bouska, Shinstine, Shaw, Schnurr, Car
Roths, Munson, Hassman. SECOND ROW: Chapin, Triplett, Leichtman, R. Laures, E.
Heit, Peters, Seery, Cooney, Pitzenberger, Weidler. THLRD ROW: Attleson, N. Heir,
Hutcheson, Rochfor, Kelly, Roethler, Pecinovsky, Schilling, Rosonke, Gordon, Webb.
FOURTH ROW: Fliger, Robrock, J. Fliger, Cutsforth, V. Laures, J. Grove, D. Grove
L. Bouska, Underwood, Roberson, Caulfield, Colbert. FIFTH ROW: Duvall, Pacovsky
Borlaug, Cowlishaw, D, Peterson, K Peterson, Zipse, Speicher.
d wood Holschlag, D, Roethler,
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Rodberg, Burke, Un er ,
Hibbs, Gerber, Howe, Severson. SECOND ROW: Miss Hilleman, Katz, Kalkbrenner,
Rosauer, Soukup, Stolfus, Samec, Babcock, J' anice Schmidt, Sostak, Knight, Horsley,
Edson, Mr. Frink. THIRD ROW: Hughes, Rogers, Kennedy, Donovan, Schilling, Winter,
Kuennen, Seery, Schroeder, Carr, Arnold, Morrissey, Peters. FOURTH ROW: Slick
Northness, Swehla, Upham, O'Ho11eran, P. A. Baltes
Rosonke, Schupanitz, Rahlf, Burns,
Forsman, P. J. Baltes, Albrecht, Finnegan.
Bill Rethamel, Mulling, Goebel,
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Y. Denner, Douglas, ,
Doyle, Schuchardt, Chapin. SECOND ROW: Breitbach, Deutsch, Brumm, Lee, McCrillis,
Hackman, D, Hassrnan, Fitzgerald, Anderson, Schultz, Brincks, Webb. THIRD ROW:
Miss Trager, Iirak, Laures, Lynch, Swenumson, Forkenbrock, Sweitzer, Hansen, Eaton,
Fliger, Edgar, J. Schmidt, Mr. Maupin.. FOURTH ROW: Borlaug, Berst, Coivlishaw
Hassrnan, G. Denner, Rochford, Hauser, Eslinger.
Straw, Woodford, Regel, A.
MOTTO CLASS COLORS
"Today we followg tomorrow we lead." American Beauty Red
"Oh, for a good-
natured argument! "
Student Council 45 Glee Club 1,
45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 History
Club 2,3,45 Drivers' Club 3,45
Tri-Sci 2,3,45 Class Officer,
Annual 45 News Staff 3,45 G.
R.A. l,2,3,45 All School Play
35 Junior Class Play 35 Thes-
pians, Pep Club 3,4.
"A patient smile for the
impatient lunch line"
Instrumental Music 3,45 Glee
Club l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus
45 History Club 2,3,45 Com-
mercial Club 3,45 Tri-Sci 2,
G.R.A. 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus
3,45 Glee Club l,2,3,45 His-
tory Club 2,3,45 Art Club 15
Commercial Club 45 News Staff
45 Homecoming Queen 45 Cheer-
leading l,2,3,45 Queen of
Hearts Attendant 15 Pep Club
3,45 Junior Class Play 3.
"Tinkering at its best"
Student Council 45 Glee Club
2',3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 His-
tory Club 2,3,45 Art Club 3,45
Drivers' Club 3,45 Tri-Sci 3,45
News Staff 45 Basketball 1,25
Student Council 35 Glee Club
l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45
History Club 3,45 Art Club l,
2,3,45 Drivers' Club 45 Com-
mercial Club 45 Tri-Sci 45
Cheerleading 15 Baton Twirler
l,2,3,45 Junior Class Play 35
Pep Club 3,4.
"l'm not out to be a
Glee Club 2,35 History Club 2,
3,45 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Class Officer 15 Lettermen 3,45
Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1 ,
2,3,45 Track 45 One Acts 3.
MARY EILEEN COONEY
"Sweep off your own door-
step before you try to
s-weep off someone e1se's."
Glee Club 1,2,35 History Club
45 Commercial Club 3,45 News
Staff 45 G.R.A. l,2,3,45 F.H.
A. 2,3,45 Pep ciub a,4.
"A11 good things come
in small packages."
Class Officer 1, 35 Student Coun-
cil Officer 45 Instrumental Mus-
ic 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,45
Mixed Chorus 2,45 History Club
2,3,45 Drivers' Club 35 Com-
mercial Club 3,45 News Staff
45 Thespians 3,45 Lettermen 2,
3,45 Football, One Acts 25
Wrestling 1,2,3,45 King of
HeartsAttendant 15 Junior
Class Play 3.
"Interested and interesting"
Glee Club 1, 2, 3,45 Mixed Chor-
us 3,45 Art Club 1,2,3,45 News
Staff 2,3,45 G,R,A, 1,2,3,45
Thespians 2,3,45 Orchesis 1,25
Homecoming Attendant 45
Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior
Class Play 35 All School Play
45 One Acts 1,35 Pep Club 3,4.
"A good Irish smi1e"
Mixed Chorus 45 Commercial
Club 45 Lettermen 3,45 Foot-
ball l,2,3,45 Wrestling 1,25
"The quiet type"
Ionia, Iowa 1,2.
"Cars are his fancy."
Instrumental Music 2,3,4g
Drivers' Club 3,45 Commer-
cial Club 4g Lettermen 3,4g
Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball
1,2,3,4g Baseball 2,3,4g Track
"Always in a hurry"
Glee Club 1 ,2, 35 History Club
2,3,4: Commercial Club 3,4g
G.R.A. 1,2,3,4g F.H.A. 2,3,
4g News Staff 4.
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Art Club
lg Commercial Club 4g G.R.
A. 1,2,3g F.H.A. 2,3,4: In-
strumental Music 3,4.
"Brawn plus brains"
"Pleasant to everyone"
Class Officer 4g Student Coun- Glee Club 1-2.3.42 AFI Club
cil 3: Lettermen 3,4g Football DALE EICHENBERGER 2.3,4: F.H.A. 2.3-
1, 2,.3, 45 Wrestling 1,2,3,4g
"A whiz at math"
Glee Club 3,4g Mixed Chorus
43 Commercial Club 3,4g F.F.
A. lg Wrestling 1,2,
It's a fact!"
Glee Club 3,43 Mixed Chorus
3,45 Art Club 4g News Staff 4g
Thespians 3,43 F.F.A. 2,33
Basketball 2,3gAl1 School Play
3,45 One Acts 35 Lourdes, Iowa
"If there's mischief
brewing, he's doing
Lettermen 3,4g Football Man-
ager l,2g Basketball l,2,3,4g
Baseball 1 ,2,3,4.
"Faith and begorra,
look at her blush!"
Student Council 4, Glee Club
2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 3,45 His-
tory Club 4g Drivers' Club 3,
4g Commercial Club 3,43 Tri-
Sci 2: Annual Staff 4: Pep Club
3,43 F.H.A. 2,3,4g Lourdes,
Iowa 1 .
"Let the world go as it
mayg I will take it anyway."
History Club 2,3,4g Drivers'
Club 3,45 Basketball 2, Wrest-
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Mixed
Chorus 3,45 History Club 43
Drivers' Club 3,4p Commer-
cial Club 3,4g Annual Staff 4,
One Acts 2, Pep Club 3,4.
" Women disturb me not."
Drivers' Club 3: F.F.A. 43
"Life is full of love
Instrumental Music 3,45 Glee
Club 1,2,3,4g History Club 4,
Art Club 1,2,3,4g Drivers
Club 45 Commercial Club 4,
News Staff 3,45 G.R.A. l,2,
3,4g Orchesis 2,3,4g Golf 1,
2,3,4g Pep Club 3,4.
"Persistence finds its
Glee Club 3,4g Mixed Chorus
3,4g Thespians 4g Lettermen
3,45 Football 1, 2, 3,4g Basket-
ball l,2,3g Track 1, 2, 3, 45
Golf 43 One Acts 35 All School
"Good farming is an art."
F.F.A. l,2,3,4g Wrestling 1,
"Anything worth doing is
worth doing well,"
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Mixed
Chorus 43 Art Club 1,2g Driv-
ers' Club 4: Commercial Club
3,4g Pep Club 3,4,
"Known for her sweetness
and consideration of
Sheldon 1 , 2.
"It's easier to do some-
thing right than to ex-
plain why you did it wrong."
Instrumental Music 2, Glee
Club 1,2,4g Mixed Chorus 3,
4, History Club 2,3,4g Art
Club lg Drivers' Club 45 Tri-
Sci 2,3,4g Pep Club 3,4.
"He thinks the Irish
can't be beat."
Annual Staff 4g News Staff 2,3
4, Lettermen 3,45 Football 1
2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,4
Baseball 1,2,3,4g Track 2,4
King of Hearts Attendant 1.
"Her friends are many,
her foes--are there any?"
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Mixed
Chorus 3,45 Art Club 1,3,4g
F. H.A. 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3:
Junior Class Play 3.
"Beware! I might yet do
Glee Club 1: Mixed Chorus 2g
Track 1 .
If charm is contagious,
let her be everywhere."
Student Council 4, Glee Club
l,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 3,45
Art Club 1,2,3,4g Drivers'
Club 3,43 Commercial Club 3,
45 Annual staff 4, News Staff
2,3,4: G.R,A., Orchesis 2,3,
4: Baton Twirler 3,4g Junior
Class Play 3: Pep Club 3,4,
"He fares well if you
judge a man by his
handshake . "
Glee Club 4, Thespians 3,4g
F.F.A. 2,3,4g Wrestling Man-
ager 4g One Acts 35 All School
"A good man to know"
Lettermen 3,45 Football l,2,3,
45 Wrestling 1,2,3,4g Track 2,
MARY IO LAURES
"For every bad day, there "Always ready and willing
are two good days." JAMES LAURES f0I H good time-"
Glee Club 4: Mixed C1101-ug 4: "I a1WaYS get the better Glee Club 1,2,3g Drivers' Club
History Club 45 Drivers' Club when I argue alone-" 3. 4: Commercial Club 3 4
3,45 Tri-sci 35 F.F.A. 3,4g Drivers' Club 31 F-F-A- 42 News Staff 4: F.H.A. 2:Ar1
Junior Class Play 33 Waterloo, Wrestling 1- nua1Staff 4.
"Today is the tomorrow
you Worried about
yesterday . "
4g History Club 2,3,4g Drivers
Club 45 F.F.A. l,2,3,4g Let-
termen 4: Wrestling 1,2,3,4g
Baseball 4 .
Glee Club 4g Mixed Chorus 3,
"She works quietly and
Glee Club 35 History Club 43
Art Club 4g CommercialClub
45 Annual staff 4g F.H.A. 3.
"Silence is a golden virtue
"Act well your part . .
Class Officer 1,45 Student
Council 4g Glee Club 2,3,4g
Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4p History
Club 2,3,4g Art Club 2,3,4g
Drivers' Club 45 Commercial
Club 3,43 Annual Staff 3,4g
News Staff 2,3,4gThespians
2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3g Golf
3,4g All School Play 2,3,4p
Junior Class Play 3g One Acts
MARY KAY MC DONALD
"She's little and wise,
a terror for her size."
Class Officer 2,45 Student
Council, Annual 43 Instrumen-
tal Music l, 3,45 Glee Club 1,
2,3,4g Mixed Chrous 3,45 His-
tory Club 2,3,4g Commercial
Club 3,4g Tri-Sci 2,3,4g News
smff 3,4gG.R.A. 2,3,4g Thes-
pians 3,4gOrchesis 2, 3, Home-
coming Attendant 4g Queen of
Hearts lg Junior Class Play 3:
All School Play 3: One Acts 3:
Pep Club 3,4.
"A quiet tongue shows a
Glee Club 33 Commercial Club
4: G.R.A. 3,45 F.H.A. 2,3,
4: Lawler, Iowa 1.
"Have fun while you're
still young enough to
Nashua, Iowa 1,2,3,
"Life is a dream, a little
more coherent than most. "
Student Council 4g Glee Club
3,4g Mixed Chorus 2,3,4g His-
tory Club 45 Drivers' Club 3,4g
Tri-Sci 3,45 A nn ua l Staff 4g
News Staff 45 Basketball l,2,
"Life is what you choose
to make it."
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Mixed
Chorus 2,3,4g History Club 2,
3,4g Art Club 1,2,3,4g .Driv-
ers' Club 3,4g Thespians 3,4g
Wrestling Manager 2g Junior
Class Play 3.
"Soon he will awake and
astonish the world. "
Class Officer 25 Student Coun-
"Sincerity has a charm of
. . 1 b 4: M. d its own."
f:to:lIs2'i'?J:jefsf1C1ub gi, Giee Club 1,35 Commercial
Thespians 3,45 F.F.A. l.2.3: Club 4' G'R'A' 1fF-H-A-1
Lettermen 3,45 Football 1,2,
3,45 Basketball1,2,45 Track
l,2,45 King of Hearts 15 All
School Play 3.
"Laugh and the world
laughs with you."
Glee Club 15 C ommercial
45 Pep Club 3,4,
MARY KAY PETERS
"I'm a man-hater--but the
Bible says, 'Love your
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed
Chorus 45 History Club 2,3,45
Commercial Club 45 Annual
Staff 45 G.R.A. 2,3,45 Pep
Club 3,45 Queen of Hearts
"Live today as if you will
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed
Chorus 3,45 History Club 2,3,
45 Drivers' Club 3,45 Thespians
3,45 F.F.A. l,2,3,45 Letter-
men 3,45 Wrestling l,2,3,45
Baseball 15 Junior Class Play 35
One Acts 3.
"The sky's the limit. "
Class Officer 35 Student Coun-
cil, Annual 3,45 Student Coun-
cil Officer 3,45 Glee Club 1
2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 His-
tory Club 2,3,45 Art Club 1,2
3,45 Drivers' Club 3,45 Com-
mercial Club 45 Tri-Sci 2,3,4
News Staff 2,45G.R.A. 2,3,4
Pep Club, Thespians 3,45 Or-
chesis 2, 3,45 Homecoming At-
tendant 45 Junior Class Play 3
One Acts 35 All School Play 3
"Do what you are going
to do well. "
Commercial Club 43 Ionia,
"Decide what you want
and strive to get it
without the expense of
Class Officer 3,43 Student
Council3 Officer 43 History
Club 2,3,43 Drivers' Club 3,43
Tri-Sci 2,3,4Q News Staff 3,43
Lettermen 3,45 Football 1.2,
3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,4Q Track
"During my life, alll
want is a good job, a
happy life, and a good
"Fate was foiled when I
History Club 2, 3,42 Drivers
Club 43 Commercial Club 3
43 Tri-Sci 23 Annual Staff 4
News Staff 3,43 F.H.A. 2,3,4:
Pep Club 3,4,
"A great man is always
willing to be sma1l."
Class Officer 33 Student Coun-
cil 33 GleeClub 4s Mixed Chor-
us 43 Drivers' Club 3,42 F.F.A
1,2,3,43 Lettermen 2,3,4
"Practical life is apt to
be hard on a gay young
guy like me."
Commercial Club 3,41 F.F.A.
l,2,3,43 Football 2,42 Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3,43 Baseball lg Track
"She's wisest, it seems,
who avoids extremes."
Commercial Club 4g F.H.A.
"Ah, sweet content."
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Mixed
Chorus 4, Art Club lg Com-
mercial Club 3,4g G.R.A. 1,2,
3,4g Baton Twirler 3,4g Pep
"With faith in God and
fellow man, I hope to
Glee Club 2,4g History Club 2,
3,4g Basketball 3.
"Life is worth living if
you reach for a goal,"
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Mixed
Chorus 3,4g History Club 45 Art
Club 2,3,4g Drivers' Club 3,4g
Commercial Club 3,4g Tri-Sci
2,3,4g Annual Staff 45 News
Staff 3,4: G.R.A. 1,2,3,4g Or-
chesis 2,3,4g Pep Club 3,4,
"W'hat's life for if not
Glee Club 3,43 Mixed Chorus
4, History Club 3,4g Art Club
3,4g Drivers' Club 3,4g Com-
mercial Club 3,4g News Staff
43 Homecoming A ttend a n t 4g
Pep Club 3,4g Britt, Iowa 1,2.
"A11 great men are
misunderstood . "
Commercial Club 4, Wrestling
3, Baseball 1 ,
"If it wasn't for athletics
and humor, this world
would be a bum place."
Commercial Club 3,4g Letter-
men 3,4g Football 1 , 2g Basket-
ball l,2,3,4g Baseball l,2,3,
"Great men die young!
I feel ill myself."
Class Officer 2,3g Student
Council 4g Glee Club 2,3,4g
Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4g His-
tory Club 2,3,4g Drivers' Club
3,4g Commercia 1 Club 3,4g
News Staff, Annual 4g Thes-
pians 3, 4g Lettermen 3, 4g Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,
3,4g Golf l,2,3,4g Track 4g
All School Play 3.
"Greater men may have
lived, but I doubt it."
History Club 2,3,4g Tri-Sci 2,
3,4g Annual Staff 4g News Staff
2,3,4g Football 2,3,4g Basket-
ball 2,3,4g Baseball 2g Track
4g Ionia, Iowa 1 ,
"Variety is the spice
Class Officer l,2,4g Student
Council lg History Club 2,3, 4g
Drivers' Club 3,4g Lettermen
2,3,4g Football 1,2,3,4g Bas-
ketball 1,2,3,4g Track 4g
Golf 1,2,3,4g King of Hearts
Attendant 1 .
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Mixed
Chorus 2,3,4g History Club 2,
3,45 Annual Staff 4g Thespians
3,4g F.F.A. l,2,3,4g Football
lgjunior Class Play 3g All
School Play 3g One Acts 3.
MARY IANE WILSON
"With a certain dignity
of manners as befits a
woman of business."
Class Officer lg Student Coun-
cil l,3,4g Glee Club 1,2,3,4:
Mixed Chorus 3,-lg History Club
2,3,4g Art Club 1,2,3,4g Tri-
Sci 2,3,4g News Staff 2,3,4g
G,R,A, l,2,3,4g Thespians 3,
4g Cheerleading 1,3g Queen of
Hearts Attendant lg Junior
Class Play 3g One Acts, Pep
" Worry little, study less--
that's my idea of happiness."
Instrumental Music l,2,3g Art
Clubl ,2, 3, Football lg Basket-
ball 1,2g Baseball 1,2,3.
"Smile and be happy."
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed
Chorus 3,4g Art Club 1,2,4,
"Her goal is success--
with lots of fun,"
Commercial Club 3,45 G.R.A.
1,2,3,4: F.H.A. 2,3,4.
"She thinks and speaks
Commercial Club 3,4g G.R.A.
"Let thy words be few."
Commercial Club 3,4g West
Union 1 , 2 ,
"You wouldn't believe
it, but I'm naturally
Mixed Chorus 1gF.F,A. 1,2
3,45 Lettermen l ,2, 3, 4, Wrest-
ling l,2,3,4g Baseball lg Jun-
ior Class Play 3.
"It is better to be late
than not come at all."
Football 4g Wrestling 4g Track
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