New London High School - Tiger Yearbook (New London, IA)
- Class of 1954
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To "Dolly" Brown we are deeply indebted for an
inspirational glimpse into a life, brief though it was,
full of childhood's faith, honesty, simplicity and the
true love of fellow man, in an era blotted by distrust
and dis sension. '
IN MEMORY OF DOLLY
Take care of Dolly,
Was the child's prayer.
She now is with you, God, .
Give her your care.
' I loved her so much,
I cried when she went.
But I know from Heaven,
Dolly first was sent.
She told me that soon
She would leave me and go.
Her face was so happy,
Itishone with a glow.
Forgive me, Dear God,
' I'was selfish that day.
For I did not want
You to take her away.
But now I am Happy, '
For I know that she
Is happy with You, God,
And watching o'er me.
Dolly Brown began her school days at New
London School. During her high school days, when
we remember her best, Dolly was active in many
activities, including church, school, community
and home. Among her high school interests were
vocal and instrumental music.
On July 6, 1953, at the age of seventeen, Dolly
became the victim of leukemia, a fatal blood
Her life as our friend was limited but the
memories of her friendship will last forever.
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A. B. COOK
Science and Girls Coach
WILLIAM E. CARIS
Principal and Math
Coach and Industrial Arts
BOARD OF EDUCATION-LEFT TO
RIGHT: Earl Petzinger, Jack Harpe
F. N. REPPE
Superintendent and Agriculture
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MARY IAYNE WILLIAMS
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Advertising . .
Art . . .
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. Sherry Piper
. Benny Flam
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DONALD ARTHUR UNDERWOOD "Wood"
"I can resist anything but temptation. "
Basketball l,2,3,45'Football 1,2,3,45 Track l,
2,45 Informer Staff 3,45 Tiger Staff 45 Boys'
Letter Club 2, 3,45 Student Council 2, 3,45
Class Officer 1,2,3,45 Projector Club 2, 3,45
MARILYN RUTH WRIGHT "Mertz"
"Short and sweet. "
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Girls' Glee Club
1,2, 3,45 Informer Staff 2, 3,45 Tiger staff
45 Girls' Letter Club 2, 3,45 Band 1,2,3,
45 Dramatics 2, 35 Operetta 1,25 Student
Council 35 Class Officer 1,2,45 Jr, Class
Play 35 Cheerleader 45 Sextette 1, 2,3,45
Mixed Octette 3,45 Flute Solo 35 Home-
coming Attendant 35 Homecoming Queen
45 One Act Play 2,
NORMA MARIE PREHM "Norm"
"Tops in bookkeeping and she cooks too."
Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3,45 Glee Club 1,2, 3,45 In-
former Staff 3,45 Tiger Staff 45 Band 1,2,3,45
Dramatics 3,45 Operetta 1,25 Student Council
25 Class Officer 45 Jr, Class Play 35 One-Act
Play 45 Clarinet Quartette 2, 3, 4.
DOROTHY ANN KLNNEY "Dot"
"If she can't find anything to laugh about,
she'll just giggle."
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2, 3,
45 Girls' Basketball 2, 3,45 Informer Staff
45 Band 1,2,3,45 Dramatics 2,3,45 Op-
eretta 1,25 Class Officer 45 Ir, Class Play
35 Twirler 15 Girls' Sextette 45 Octette
3,45 Drum Ensemble 1,2,45 One-Act
Play 2, 3, 45 Librarian 45 Vocal Solo 4.
LEON FRANK McNEIL "Mac"
"Work has killed many a man, why die ?"
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45G1ee Club 1,2,3,45 Bas-
ketball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,
3,45 Informer Staff 3,45 Tiger Staff 45 Letter
Club 2, 3,45 Band 1,2, 3,45 Dramatics 3,45
Operetta 25 Student Council 1, 3,45 Class Offi-
cer 15 Jr. Class Play 35 Projector Club 1,2, 3,
45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Brass Quartette 3,45 Brass
Sextette 1,25 Boys' Quartette 3,45 Mixed Oc-
tette 3,45 Trumpet Trio 25 One-Act Play 45
Vocal Solo 4.
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LILLIAN IOANN THORNTON "Jo"
"Not exactly a man hater, "
Mixed Chorus 3,4g Glee Club 2,3,4g Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3g Informer Staff 4g Tiger
Staff 4g Girls' Letter Club 3,4g Dramatics
2, 3, 43 Operetta 25 Junior Class Play 3g
One-Act Plays 2,4g Librarian 3,
GEORGE WILLIAM VICE "Henry"
"A man is only a man but a cigarette is a
Boys' Basketball 2, 3g Football 1, 2, 3,4g Track lg
Boys' Letter Club 1,2,3,4, QAppleton City,
KENNETH EVON RHODES "Dusty"
"A young man that blushes is better than
one that turns pale."
Boys' Glee Club 3,45 Boys' Basketball 2g
Track 23 Tiger Staff 4: Boys' Letter Club
4, Dramatics 1,2,3,4g Baseball 2g One-
Act Play 4. CKirksvi11e, Missouri lj
CONNIE RITCHEY "Con"
"Without a song the day would never end. "
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4g Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,
4g Orange and Black Staff 1,2,3,4g Girls' Letter
Club 1,2,3g Operetta 1,2,3g Student Council
1,2,3g Jr. Class Play 3g Cheerleader 3g Sextette
2,3,4g Girls' Trio 3,4g Double-Mixed Quartette
4: Triple-Trio lg Vocal Solo 1,2,3, fMedia-
polis High 1,2,3.J
FRANKIE RAY HOBBS "Frank"
"The silent, attentive type,"
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4g Boys' Glee Club
3,4g Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,4g
Boys' Letter Club 2,3,4g Dramatics 3,4g
Class Officer 1,2, fRich1and High 1,23
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GARY LEDRU BLANCK "Sumner"
"I favor a five-day weekend, "
Boys' Basketball 3, Track 4, Projector Club
1, 2, 3, 4.
JANICE JANE ELDER "Jan"
"A bad excuse is better than none at all."
Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3, Girls Glee Club 1,
2,33 Girls' Basketball 2,3g Girls' Letter
Club 2,3,4, Dramatics 2,3g Operetta 1,
2, Junior Class Play 3, Sextette 2,3.
LARRY GRANT NELSON "Pug"
"Not as innocent as he looks."
Football 3,4, Informer Staff 4, Boys Letter Club
3,45 Dramatics 3, Junior Class Play 3, Baseball
1, 2, 3, 4.
PHYLLIS YVONNE SMITH "Smitty"
"Big things come in samll packages. "
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4g Girls Glee Club
1,2,3,4g Informer Staff lg Girls Letter
Club 2,3,4g Band 1,2,3g Dramatics 3,4g
Operetta 1,2g Brass Sextette 1,2g Girls
LAWRENCE WILLIAM PENNEBACKER "Penny"
"A live wire needs no charging. "
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4g Boys' Glee Club 1,2,3,
4g Boys' Basketball 3, Football 1,2,3,4g Track
3, Boys Letter Club 3,4, Band 1,2g Dramatics
2, 3, 4, Operetta 2: Class Officer 1, 2, 3g Junior
Class Play 3, Projector Club l,2,3,4g One Act
Play 3, Boys Quartette 3.
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JACK LEE BROWN "Bun'
"Great men are not always wise. "
RUTH ANN KANNEGIESSER "Geezer"
"Men interest me not--not much."
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Girls Glee Club l,2, 3,
45 Basketball 2,3,45 Informer Staff 1,45 Tiger
Staff 45 Girls Letter Club 2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45
Dramatics 35 Operetta 1,25 Student Council 2,45
Junior Class Play 35 Saxophone Quartette 1,2,3,
45 Majorette 45 Girls Sextette 2,3,45 Octette
JAMES FREDRICK WILKE "Jazzbo'
"Well, here I am, girls, "
Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3,45 Boys Glee Club 1
2, 3,45 Basketball 1,25 Track 1,23 Boys
Letter Club 3,45 Dramatics 2, 3,45 Junior
Class Play 35 Projector Club 1, 2, 3,45
Baseball lg Cheerleader 25 Boys Quartette
2, 3,45'Vocal Solo 3,45 One Act Play 3,4
KAY ELAINE HAMILTON "Katy"
"Silence is golden, "
Mixed Chorus 1,2, 35 Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3,45
Girls Basketball 2, 35 Informer Staff 45 Girls
Letter Club 45 Dramatics 3,45 Operetta 1,25
Junior Class Play 35 One Act Play 45 Interpretive
Reading 45 Queen of Band Festival 4,
KENNETH LEROY PUTNEY " Kenson"
"I don't like money actually, but it quiets
my nerves. "
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Boys Glee Club 1,
2, 3,45 Basketball 2, 35 Football 1, 2,3,45
Track 2, 3, 45 Brass Sextette 1,2, 35 Boys
Letter Club 2,3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Dra-
matics 35 Operetta 1,25 Vocal Solo 45 One
Act Play 35 Projector Club 1,2,3,45 Base-
ball 1, 35 Ocnette 3,43 Boys Quartette 4,
sponsor B1LL's MARKET 11
GLEN BENTLEY FLAM "Geef"
"The Senior's gift to the Junior girls, "
Mixed Chorus l,2, 3,45 Boys' Glee Club 1,2,3,4,
Boys' Basketball 1,2,3,4g Football 1,2,3,4g
Track 2, 3, 4, Informer Staff 4, Tiger Staff 4,
Boys' Letter Club 2, 3,4g Dramatics 3, Student
Council lg Class Officer lg Projector Club 2, 3g
Baseball l,2,3,4g One-Act Play 3,
VIRGlNIA HUNT "Ginny"
"Be it ever so humble there is no place
like your own home,"
Mixed Chorus l,2,3g Girls' Glee Club l,
2,3g Girls Letter Club 2,3,4g Band l,2,3g
Dramatics 2,3g Operetta 1,25 Jr, Class
Play 3: Girls' Sextette Z,3g Brass Sex-
LARRY WILLIAM RIEDEL "Riddy"
"The greatest undeveloped territory in the world
lies under his hat. "
Informer Staff 4,
LILA JOANN FARNSWORTH "Frenchy"
"Waiting for that certain one. "
Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4, Girls' Letter Club
4, Band 1,2,3,4g Clarinet Trio 3,4,
I CLEO IEWEL CARTER IR. "Ollie"
"I like to enjoy myself, it's so much fun, "
Boys' Basketball 2,3,4g Football 3,4g Track 2g
Tiger staff 4g Boys' Letter Club 3,45 Dramatics
3,4g Jr. Class Play 3g Projector Club 1,2, 3,4g
One-Act Plays 3,
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RICHARD JAY DAVISON "Jay"
"Speak quickly girls, there's only one of
Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3,45 Boys Glee Club
l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,
2, 3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Tiger Staff 45Boys
Letter Club 2, 3,45 Operetta 25 Class Of-
ficer 25 Junior Class Play 35 Projector Club
1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,25 Boys Quartette 3.
SHERRY ANN PIPER "Pipe"
"Your smile goes far but your personality goes
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,
45 Basketball 2, 3,45 Informer Staff 15 Tiger Staff
45 Girls Letter Club 2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Dra-
matics 2, 35 Operetta 1,25 Class Officer 25
Junior Class Play 35 Twirler 35 Cheerleader 45
Clarinet Quartette 2, 3,45 One Act Play 25 Girls
Sextette 2, 3,4,
MARVIN LEE HAUSNER "Marv"
"Faint hea.rt never won a fair lady, or
escaped one either, "
Boys Basketball 1,23 Football 1,2,3,45
Track 1,2, 3,45 Boys Letter Club 1,2,3,45
Dramatics 35 Junior Class Play 3. fApp1e-
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DELORES FAE KUHLENBECK "Dee"
"I never let work detain me from pleasure, "
Mixed Chorus 35 Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Girls
Letter Club 2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Dramatics
35 Operetta 1,25 Twirler 1,2,3,45 Homecoming
ROBERT EUGENE NICHOLS
"I've sworn to be a bachelor but girls
still attract me, "
Mixed Chorus 1,2,45 Boys' Glee Club 45
Boys' Basketball 1, 2,35 Football 1,2,3,45
Track 1,2,35 Informer Staff 45 Tiger Staff
45 Boys' Letter Club 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,
3,45 Dramatics 3,45 One-Act Play 3,45
Student Cotuicil 45 Class Officer 1,25 Pro-
jector Club 45 Instrumental Solo 1,2,45
Brass Quartette 2, 3,45 Brass Sextette 25
Octette 4. fRichland High 1, 25
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Don Underwood wills his pet lizard to Tom Ritchey. We will hope that the lizard is as
pleased with the change as Tom is.
Leon McNeil leaves his love for dancing to Bill Carter. Frequently Leon had to miss
football practice to attend dancing school. We'll hope Bill doesn't have the same
Lila wills her seat in bookkeeping to Ruth Whitham along with her trained pen, "lnkspot. "
We hope the pen will serve Ruth as well as it did Lila.
Joann Thornton wills her ability to get along with teachers to Shirley Hillard. This was
suggested by the faculty.
Kenneth Rhodes leaves his drawing ability to Dale Blint to be used only in drawing
Marilyn Wright leaves her good times in Biology to Marlys Warth with this suggestion.
"The best way to a man's heart is through his stomach."
Bob Nichols leaves his cat and dog fight with Dorothy to her neighbor, Jerry Nelson.
Better grab a dictionary, Jerry.
Larry Nelson leaves his small appetite and girlish figure to Jeannie Wasson. Also an
address as to where to buy a girdle like his.
Marvin Hausner leaves his "Old Missouri Home" to Bill Carter. Remember, Bill, still
whiskey runs deep.
Jack Brown wills his love for bulletin boards to Sandy Hanks in hopes she has better
ideas than he did. Bun's favorite saying, "Mmmm, boy! Ilike to post you! "
George Vice wills his "old blue bug" to Barb Brown so she and Thelma can have
something to talk about besides the weather. - .
Cleo Carter leaves his fight against Communism to Pat Warth in hopes that it will take
her mind off boys.
Larry Pennebaker wills his complete deck of cards idiscipline cardsj to Jerry Nelson.
Winning hand is guaranteed as they are all aces.
Virginia Hunt wills her book on, "How to Catch a Man and Keep Him, " to Beverly
Church, who she hopes will follow the text.
Jim Wilke leaves his saxophone to Dale Blint so sweet music can fill the Halls of NLHS
again next year.
Ruth Ann leaves her admiration for football heroes to Thaylen with the hope that Thaylen
doesn't let it interferwithher cheerleading.
Dorothy Kinney wills her acting ability and fear of birds to Dale Blintwith one last hope.
"Don't let it go to the birds, Dale. "
Larry Riedel wishes to leave his irrestible way with women to "Pimp" Totemeier in
hopes that he'll give them all a chance. "Be a sport, Wes. "
Janice Elder wills all her good times with Gary and the Gang, to Gloria Hoffman with
the understanding: "They're nothing but juveniles. "
Smiling Smitty leaves all her boy friends to Pat Frank with a word of advice. "Watch
those Rich boys!"
Benny Flam leaves his basketball ability to Janet Brown. Let's keep this in the family.
Gary Blanck leaves his ever-ready water guns to Jerry Nelson to be used only in
physics class. ,
Frankie Hobbs leaves Jeannie Wasson to Dale Blint. Take good care of her, Dale. Frankie
Connie Ritchey wills her shapely figure to Shirley Hillard. Con says, "You can have it
Shirley, I've got my man. "
Kay Hamilton leaves her strong voice to Burton Garland. Speak up Burton.
Norma Prehm leaves her Citizenship grades to Janet Brown. we hope Janet works hard
to deserve them.
Delores Kuhlenbeck leaves her love for bookkeeping to Thaylen with the hope that she
doesn't talk as much in bookkeeping as she did in shorthand.
Dick Davison leaves his ability to handle blondes to Jerry Snyder. Confidentally, Dick
told us his secret. Never take -them for granted.
Sherry Piper leaves her fascination for the eruption of "Old Faithful" to Miriam Ander-
son in hopes she appreciates it.
Kenneth Putney wills his and Gary's hotrod to any junior boy who will go to the trouble
of hauling it away.
Last of all, the whole senior class wills to the whole junior class all the excitement and
beauty of the last year of high school.
APPREIZIAIIU HI IIIIR PAM IS
- This page is dedicated, in sincerest appreciation, to
our parents. Your devotion, interest, and guidance have
inspired us to the higher things of life and you have pro-
d vided us with the necessities of living so that we might
obtain an education. A
As graduation was nearing, I began to wonder what the future held for each of the seniors, My curiosity became so
great that I decided to go to the famous forttuie teller, Al1a'l-las Been, who sees all, tells all, and knows nothing. When
I told her what my question was, she immediately took me into her mysterious quarters and prepared to look into her
crystal ball, to tell me the future that lay in store for the class of '54,
The first person to appear in Alla Has Been's crystal ball was none other than IANICE ELDER. To my surprise, she
was supervisor of the children's ward in the New London Mercy Hospital,
Next to appear in the crystal ball is KEN PUTNEY, assistant assistant to the Ninth Vice-President of the Ford Com-
pany, GARY BLANCK, In the crystal ball we see Ken and Gary's new car, the "New Fudge '98, " painted the outstanding
new color, chocolate mud.
Suddenly the crystal ball clouded over and strange spiritual music came from above. It was JIM WlLKE'S
millionth platter, entitled, "I Love Me. "
I couldn't help admiring the fortune tel1er's orange and purple dotted kimono. Original design by the famous artists,
PREHM and THORNTON.
We saw VIRGINIA HUNT on one of her famous lecture tours based on her book, "How to be Happy, Though Married,
Next to appear in the crystal ball are two confused characters in coonskin caps, FLAM hunting HAUSNER and
HAUSNER hunting FLAM.
She again asked me if I would like to hear something from the spiritual world, There came a squeaky voice, which
proved to be little MARILYN WRIGHT who had gotten stuck in a test tube at S. U. I.
Next in vision is GOVERNOR VICE, now running for his tenth term as governor of Missouri, If elected, he is promis-
ing bigger and better fish for the men and "Moonshine and Roses" for the women,
Then all was quiet and I saw SHERRY PIPER and RUTH ANN KANNEGIESSER still unwrapping the tape off their first
patient, who had entered the hospital ten years ago suffering from a hang nail.
PROFESSOR UNDERWOOD has just received his ABC, CYC, and CIO degrees from Powder Puff University, a famous
Then we came across BOB NICHOLS who followed through with his plan to become an F. B. I. agent, At the present
he is investigating JACK BROWN on suspicion of posting bulletins on government property, which is a federal offense.
All of a sudden I see a wolf in the crystal ball. Paying further attention, I realize it is DOROTHY KINNEY, now
starring in "Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf, " Dot has the leading part, "The Wolf,"
Next in the crystal ball is FRANK I-IOBBS who married the former Jeannie Wasson. They're now farming in Lowell,
Next comes YVONNE SMITH who at the present is making plans for her future marriage to one of the Rich brothers.
Next we see CLEO CARTER who is now the permanent cage manager at NLHS, He even finds time to do a little
coaching for the girls' team,
"Behold, what strange sight is this?" asked Alla Has Been. As the vision becomes clearer, I find it to be CONNIE
RITCHEY. In her spare time, Connie is teaching the younger residents of New London how to drive. With such expert
teaching, we are sure there will be fewer accidents.
To appear next in the crystal ball was a man in artist's clothing, standing beside his great masterpiece, "Whistler's
Father." We find this famous artist to be KENNETH RHODES,
Now we see LEON McNEIL who is busy getting ready to divorce his fifth "mistake,"
We come to DEE KUHLENBECK, who is a hair stylist for President Eisenhower's secretary, KAY HAMILTON. She is
getting ready to give Kay her famous hair style, "The Bush".
Now we come to LARRY NELSON who spends all of his time shining the ball bats for the Yankees,
Ah, and what do we have here ? None other than the famous LARRY RIEDEL who has taken over the late Al Capone's
work in Chicago, His favorite gun moll at the present is the former LILA FARNSWORTH, who now goes by the name of
Minnie the Bad,
Now we have LARRY PENNEBAKER, who has made success in the entertainment world as a comedian. He has his own
television show, called, "Watch It Once, "
Last to appear is DICK DAVISON, who has never married, At the present he's head of the "Home for Old Maids, "
This brings to a close our look into the future lives of the class of '54, On behalf of the Junior Class I would like to
say "Good luck to you Seniors of '54, "
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Beverly Church, Dorothy Kinney, Sherry Piper, Ruth Ann Kannegiesser, Kay Hamilton, Virginia
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Hanks, Roberta Earnest, Sylva Hanks, Pat Frank, Thelma Mason, Miriam Anderson, Gloria
Hoffman, Yvonne Smith, Janice Elder, Joann Thornton, Delores Kuhlenbeck, Norma Prehm,
Marilyn Wright, Lila Farnsworth,
Sponsors: NATIONAL STUDIO---Burlington, Iowa
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Marilyn Wright, Sylva Hanks, Marcia Jackson, SECOND ROW: Sherry Piper, Norma
Prehm, Darlene Underwood, Sonja DeSpain, Monte Dockendorff, Carole Warth, Gary Beach, Shirley Kuhlenbeck,
Carol Gipple, Judy Locke, THIRD ROW: Sandra Hanks, Miriam Anderson, Barbara Denny, Patsy Peizinger, Lila
Farnsworth, Bob Linkin, Darrell Hanks, Jane Marshall, June Miller, Beverly Church, Sylvia Layman, Avon Coe,
Patty llausner, Dennis McEvoy, Jim Peterson, Paul Farnsworth, Leon McNeil, Bob Nichols, Eleanor Engelhard,
Roberta Earnest, FOURTH ROW: Mr, Krieger, Paul Saunders, Gary Williams, Saundra Dean, Dorothy Kinney,
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Sponsors: HOWELL'S SHELL SERVICE
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Earnest, Marilyn Wright, SECOND ROW: Mrs, Gates, Sonja DeSpain, Sylva Hanks, Miriam Anderson,
Thelma Mason, Sandra Richards, Jeanie Wasson, Ruth Ann Kannegiesser, Eleanor Engelhard, Marlys
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Kenneth Putney, Jerry Snyder, Frank Hobbs, Bob Wallingford, Leon McNeil, Wesley Totemeier, Benny
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Marilyn Wright, SECOND ROW: Mrs, Gates, Dorothy Kinney, Yvonne Smith, Sonja DeSpain, Diane Har-
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Hamilton, Sandra Richards, Marlys Warth, Delores Kuhlenbeck, Eleanor Engelhard, Jeanie Wasson, Ruth
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Diane Harper at Piano,
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Putney, Frank Hobbs, Jim Wilke, Leon Mc-
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Warth, Sandra Hanks, Miriam Anderson, Joann Thornton,
Jeannie Wasson, Norma Prehm, Kay Hamilton, Yvonne Smith, Beverly Church, Dorothy Kinney,
SECOND ROW: Mary Jayne Williams, Jim Wilke, Bud Brown, Burton Garland, Frank Hobbs, Larry
Pennebaker, Gary Williams, Frank Lee, Jack Gray, Larry Thomas, BACK ROW: Cleo Carter,
Jerry Darbyshire, Bob Nichols, Leon McNeil, Wesley Totemeier, Tom Ritchey, Leo Jacobs,
Rolland Hopson, Saundra Dean,
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Talbott, LeonMcNeil, Jerry Sliger, Gloria Hoffman, Tom Ritchey, TOP ROW, L, TO R.: Mr.
Caris, advisor, Ruth Kannegiesser, Don Underwood, Bob Nichols.
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FRONT ROW, L. TO R.: Thelma Mason, Barbara Brown, Marilyn Wright, Dorothy Kinney,
Joann Thornton, Pat Warth, Leon McNeil, Larry Nelson, Bob Nichols, Don Underwood, Editor.
TOP ROW, L. TO R.: Pat Hausner, Mary Lou Toft, Ben Flam, Darlene Underwood, Roberta
Eamest, Sonja DeSpain, Miss Pearson, Advisor, Miriam Anderson, Gloria Hoffman, Gary
Williams, Gary Beach, Ruth Karmegiesser, Larry Reidel, Norma Prehm, Kay Hamilton.
Sponsors: ABE RUBEN
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FIRST ROW, L, TO R.: Wilbur Brown, Tom Ritchey, Larry Pennebacker.
SECOND ROW, L, TO R.: Burton Garland, Jim Wilke, Kenneth Putney, Gary
Williams, Jerry Snyder, THIRD ROW: Darrell Hanks, Bill Carter, Bob Nichols,
Wesly Totemeier, Jim Peterson, FOURTH ROW: Leon McNeil, Dale Blint,
Gary Blanck, Cleo Carter, Don Underwood, Dick Davison, Benny Flam,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Roberta Earnest, Carol Ann Totemeier, Betty McCabe
Janice Elder, Shirley Hale, June Miller, Joyce Williams,
Sponsors: EARL PETZINGER
UPPER LEFTQ This year Dick Davison received the
Outstanding Citizenship Award from the Iowa State Bar
Association. This award was presented to Dick by Don
Bell who is a representative of the association.
SECOND FROM LEFTQ Marilyn Wright and Bob Nichols
were co-editors of the school annual for 1954, THE
TIGER. Besides letters and awards, they received
THIRD FROM LEFTg For winning a division l rating
in the lowa State Speech Contest with his excellent
interpratation of Poe's "Black Cat," Gary Jay Williams
is presented with a medal by his mother and speech
teacher, Mary Jayne Williams.
UPPER RIGHT3 The salutatorian and valedictorian,
Norma Prehm and Bob Nichols respectively, were
presented with medals by Bill Caris.
LOWER LEFTQ This year the boys were champs ofthe
Southeast Iowa League. As reward for their efforts
they received this trophy. Their record in conference
play was nine wins and only one loss. This loss was
to Wayland at Wayland. However, the Bombers fell to
the Tigers on the Tigers' home court.
Sponsors: CO-OP ELEVATOR
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Nichols, Frank Hobbs, Bill Carter, Dick Davison, Don Underwood, Dennis Snyder, Bud Brown, Mr, Caris.
BACK ROW: Larry Putney, Darrell Hanks, Jack Gray, Frank Hanson, Bob Wallingford, Jerry Darbyshire,
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The Homecoming Queen of 1953 was
Marilyn Wright, senior, and her
attendants were: Thaylen Crosley,
junior, and Delores Kuhlenbeck, a
senior. They were chosen by the male
students of N. L. H. S. from a group
The coronation ceremonies took
place between halves of the West
Branch football game. Last years
queen, Monica Simmons crowned
the new queeng Jim Wilke was Master
of Ceremoniesg Crown Bearers,
Sammy Wellington and Deanne Devore
After the game, the Student
Council sponsored the Homecoming
dance, in the lavishly decorated gym.
During the dance, Marilyn was pre-
sented with a beautiful braclet.
We were very proud of our cheerleaders for the 1953-1954 football and
basketball season. They were two seniors, Marilyn Wright and Sherry Piperg
and two juniors, Thaylen Crosley and Thelma Mason.
They had fine attendance at all the games and did very much to encourage
All the students and faculty wish to thank the cheerleaders for a job
Sponsors: BECKERS JEWELRY fMt. Pleasantj
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SIASII 'S RHIIIIIII
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Olds 68 60
Winfield 58 56
Olds 60 57
Wayiand 60 51
wapeuo 57 53
Columbus Junction 57 40
Donnellson 50 53
Ainsworth 56 55
Mt. Pleasant 50 53
Wayland 51 59
Salem 77 31
Hillsboro 64 39
Wayland 49 63
Danville 58 63
Winfield 68 56
Columbus Junction 65 43
Wapello 63 56
Ainsworth 70 47
Ft. Madison Catholic 51 74
Donnellson 63 60
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Dennis Synder, Jim Rapien, Jerry Boal.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Denny, Billy Warth, Wendell Williams, Jerry Archer, Dick
Lenz, Kenneth Nehring, SECOND ROW: Mr. Mellem, Coach, Bruce Elder, Bob Snyder, Bill
Wood, Don Angsrcad, Daryl Brown.
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Shores Drug Store
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