Redfield High School - Pheasant Yearbook (Redfield, SD)

 - Class of 1946

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Zisf' BOARD UF EDUC T10 SEAIED Harm YW ood Glen Lole Lester Baumann Kenneth Parson SIANDING Rrehard YV1ll1 Ullxe Nlx rum Oren Lothrop lhe Redfield Cltx Sthool ls goxerned hx a Board of Educatlon of five members uho meet with 'Ur Baumann every setond Xlondaw of the month The Board IS tomposed of the folloulng Redfield busme s men Glen Cole President Ollle Nix rum elerlt 'Hrs NI L Dunton ns the treasurer Presndent Glen Cole states YVe 'ure proud of our sehool and xt succes ful sear s uorl. Lan be lald to the hne to operation ue get from our Supermtendent 'md staff ot teachers Although mam ot us do not realnze lf the Board of Education lb an rmportant faetor ID the smooth running of our Lhool Nlanx members of the Board haxe serxed for a number of xears and thex deserxe much credlt tor the xx ork thex haxe done M l I , . 1 - 4 , 1 .Q ' v R A A I ' 1 S, l v' , 1 ku. is y 1 t . , 1 ' Y. Si 2 V . 3 . A 'V V vice-presidentg Harry YVood, Oren Lothrop, Kenneth Parsons, and R. W. Willis, ' '. L' .. l . . ', , . ' N Q Q ll 7 Qt ' Q Q' ' 1 . ., . , s s 1 . ' U, A 1' . Q . . Y . .1 . x . 1 . S- I A - - . 1 ADMINI TRATIU PRINCIPAL A A STAALK Unxwer lt! of South D1Lot1 Lhemn trx I' our Years SUPERINTENDENT LES'I ER H BAUNIANN Y xllex Lxtx State Teamher Lol ege Northwestern Unnerbm Iwo Yeirs D . ' T' . . .A,. , ,. 1 w 1" 1' ' S ,A 1' A vs- . - . ,. v L . N, A ,.'. . . s' 'X . I ARGARET F ADANIS Northern State leathers College hnglrsh I wo Y ears NONA C AN DERSON ankton College Northwestern Unnersrtx otal xIUSlL IDIYCLIOI' Four Years ROLAN D C BUSS Dakota VVeslex an Unn ersm Ceneral Nlathematle Lommer cm 'I hrce Years ROGER FRAN KLIN South Dakota State College AIUSIL Director Two Yearb F CULTY JEAN ALLISON Northern State Teachers College Socnal Studres Thnrteen Years IVER C BERG Custavus Adolphus College Drstrrbutlve Edueatron 'Vlathe matxcs Debate Physres Three Years JESSAMINE COOLIDGE UHIXCFSIIQ of South Dakota English Seventeen Years FLORA GOT A RS UHXVCFSIYW of YVxscons1n Algebra General Scrence Four X ears 5 KENNETH GREENO South Dakota State College Coach Athletic Director One Year CHARLOTTE F NORTON Dakota Weslexan University Gregg College Commercial One Year FLORENCE PUDER R.N. Luther Hospital Watertown School Nurse Five Years EDITH COLE Secretary Not Pictu red 6 MARIAN M LYLE Lmxersits of South Dakota Home Economics One Year RAYMOIN D J NOVAK Yankton College Biology B Team Coach Girls Physical Education One Half Year ILA M. SHAY Dakota Wesle5'an Unixersity History Latin English Two Years JOHN R. ZIEGLER Northern State Teachers Coll Mechanical Drawing, Wood Sh Metal Shop Three Years F CULTY I K f . 'Y I -Y i. ,-vi V. . S LUCILLE ALFXANDER I lo-ve that man orus 1 2 C Vocal Solo I 2 3 4 Pheasant Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Kesettes 4 Senior Girls Club 4 Librarian 1 E semble 1 2 3 4 ALICE BACON' Flying Finger: orus 1 2 3 4 Cnrls Glee Clu 2 3 4 Boys blee Club Accompanist 1 Ensembles 3 4 Solo Accompanist 2 3 4 Sec of Freshman So m re junior Classes 1 2 3 Sec f Honor Societv 4 Sec of Ixexettes 4 ice Pres f 5 nr s L u Orchestra I 2 3 4 DEAN BECKMAN' Oh those flashy t1e.f easant Call l 2 3 Band 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Chorus and C lee ub 3 4 Student Council 1 2 Class President 3 Student Ass n Vice res 4 Annual Stall 4 jr Cass Play 3 National Music Honor Soc iety Pres 4 SHERRY BLI ME The may he beatx thoxe drum! Glee Club 4 Key Club 4 Chorus 2 JERRY BOUB A boy suzth uol uh ideas otball I 2 3 4' Bas etball I .. ' ack 1 4' Letter Clu 3 4' Student Council 4' Senior Class I-d 'N Pres. 4' Sec.-Treas. of Letter Club 4. LAVERIN BOYD Better late than nmer Track 3' Key Club 4. 44 fl PXUI 'XNDFRSON Theres xnmrthrng ahoul a arme: Agriculture I 'I rack 3 Intramural 1 DLI BERT BADC LR Van of Pleaxure Basketball lAtholl 2 Football CLeatll rac 4 Vice President Pheasant Call Staff 3 VSILLIAM BLAEDORNT Hu rurl: are natural girls 1 lee Club 3 4 Chorus 3 4 CRACE BOOZE Shell make you better m a hurry ee Club 1 4 rus Pheasant Call Staff 3 4 Majorette 3 4 Senior birls Club 4 Keyettes 4 Librarian 3 Declam 3 Home hc Clu 1 'lLLI NM BOUB -I man -uith a hzuznefx otball 1 2 3 4' Basket ' Trac 1 2' Letter . BARBARAINNE BRADLEY' Busiext Girl in toswn nd l ' 5 ' Boys' flee Club Accompanist 3 4' "r s' C e Cu l 2 3' junior ' easant Call Stall: 1 - Pheasant Call Co-Editor 4' Annual Staff 4' National Honor Society 3 ' National Honor Society V.-Pres. 4' Class Secretary 4. C LORI A BRRTSCH Thy murif surpanetli all thrll IJ 101' our and but' urus l orchestra 4 Pheasant Call Qtaff 3 me Fc Club 1 2 Kevetes Kevette Director 4 Senior C irl Club C RX bl AL LROOK 4 .runny disposition tnior Plav3 Phws Ed 1 2 Li rar i 4 Chorus 2nd 3 Kewette C ub benmr irls Club 4 Home ub 1 VS ILLIAM DOBR ATL Hex nmou: or hu mi! and humor otball I H N 3 4 Letter Club 3 4 Student Co n ci President 4 SIl11lCllIcfklIlLll nd 2 3 Clarinet Quartet RXXN1OND FLSB Her nun furry X 1 Kew Clu CFORC E K REEN lhonah I am 1111.011 in a hmif I am neirr In I1 hurry nd 1, ,,, , 3 Fo 4, unio 'ay y ' ' ac' , 4: Stu: en Council 41 National Honor Society 4' Bluic Honor Society 4. ALBE RDA H EPPLER Sl: gulf 11 lot o If n 0 t o liri g Home Ec. Club l, 21 Otlice XVork 45 Keyette President 41 Keyette Club 4g Senior Girls Club 41 National Honor Society 43 Led Seniors for Gradua- ,tion 3. E IUR lt LORRRIW CLXRRICO Sh: yur! loin rfhool orus 1 2 3 le C Librarian 4 Home Ec Club Senior Girls Club 4 Kevettes 4 IHLORIS CUWNINC HAVI I lou' the Aafvy Home Ec Club 1 2 Chorus 4 Cvlee u 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra Soloist 1 2 3 4 Homecoming Queen 4 btudent Council Secretary 4 Key ette Vice Pres 4 Band Secretary 4 MARLINI FLINIT Tell us a story lmrher nd 1 2 a s C lee Club 1 2 4 Choru S en ounci Plav 3 National Honor Societv 3 4 Band Honor Society 4 Pheasant Call Sta 3 4 VV XRREN GIBSON Serwu: but not too xenon: ack 3 IEROX H -XRNls Ile may hr quiet-hut Uh' Baketball fHitchcockl ' Chorus itchcockl 1' 'l'rac' . ROBERT HIRTZEL Han imma is ay handsome does Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball l, 2, 31 Football 2, 3, 43 lntratnural I3 Stu- dent Council 4g Letter Cluh 2, 3, 43 Class Treasurer Z: Annual Stall 4. 9 VS III ARD HOFFNI XN Lair Skip Sfhool ootball 2 3 H s e ma orus 2 3 Key Club 3 4 Letter Club 3 4 SAM JEPSON I m tn the hafvy rmfu' FFA I Foutball3 4 Basketball3 'Irack 3 MARX ELLENl KENINEDX Lzfr ts Jhort and .vo am I orus 1 2 4 Ochestra 1 3 4 Majorette 2 3 4 e ettes 4 S mor L irs Club Pheasant Call Staff 3 junior Play Prompter 3 EI NIORA KOESTFR -I good uord and n smile or all ree Club 2 Chorus l 2 3 Ho e Ee Club 1 2 Annual Stall 4 Senior Girls Club 4 Librarian 3 Kesette Director 4 One Act Play 3 Office Assistant 3 JOHN MANIDERY ll zznrd o Oz Student Manager JA Key Club ' Home Room Pres. 3 4. DOROTHX ML ELLENBERC Qnirinfss is l1li.r.r Librarian 3' Home EC. Club 1 ' Annual Staff 4' Keyetres 4' Senior Girls Club Secretary 4. rw I I0 DON XI ll IIORVANN I low my luke BOB JONES llrx a quiet man and quite a man Chorusl 2 3 Intramural Basketball 3 key Lluh 4 'Irac DELORES KLAPPERICH Put tlmt rzng on my finger Pheasant Call Staff 2 3 Chorus 3 4 C lee Club 3 4 Keyettes 4 Senior rs Cub 4 Hom E Clu Office Assistant 3 VVPSLPX LLNSTRIM Wrzke mr up Lullrn the hell rzngs One Act Plas 3 Chorus 1 Band 2 4 Pep Band 3 4 Kev C ub 3 F FA I ALBERT MIESEN -lnyhody man! a ride? Intramural Ba ketball 1 Foot b 1. NERLA LOU NELSON Let: have un qrhilr we fan unior Play 3' Librarian I ' Office Assistant 3 4' Keyettes ' Senior Cirls Club 4' Chorus 1 2 3' Pep Club 2' Home Ee. Club 1 . XHLLX A XFXX X1 XX Ulf' ilmsr qrrnl lug llfllllll ul ryfr oru unlor ax Nenmr lxew u 4 x e 'lrea urer 4 ffxce -X tan me I-c C' ub XMERALLIS OLSOX Ylfs just n lv! n n oru I Pen Club 2 Home Room Irea :ce NX 1 ant 3 X A Nl tan nmr Clrls 1 nmr u Treas 4 lxexettes 4 Sweet heart 4 LLOX D PRI S The pmue tlmt rr rexlles Cheerleader J 4 Pheaxam Call btafl 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Quill and Scroll WILLARIJ SLHW MXRTL 1 earlier fan I go and rypff' MARC 'XRIJI SHRILFFLI R Beuare o lzzr zur lmzr flr Jllr rx ffl: all Lumen zn the mum her lorks ll and bcroll 3 4 horu b cheslra 2 Ph 4 'xflflll N lgexg P Club 2 benmr L url Klub 4 MLEEX SW OPE Carter Girl orus I lee C u lxew. es 4 Senior L url Club Yocal Enremble 3 Home Ec Club 1 l xml f-0, l-Sl HPR X001 l fiflymf xette 4 wru nor 4 u n C llXJl USIXMXCI 4 mmd u lffr man uni 11.111 lu we a orene 1 C ral e fllce 7 e 'X an r e Oflxce exette 4 nuur C 13 I ramle Llbrarx 2 Pep Klub 2 DURLS PRIXDLP Sllf talk: hfr mly Ill and nu! rmyilzmq nfl l e r ee Club 1 Illl P x Student Counell 4 Debate 3 iheer mer 7 4 Xatnuml B1ml llunu Society 4 N1-kR'I H XXX NHEXIIX goof dIJp0H1l07l IY I1 flour: nature' QWCIIE 4 nlur lx ea ant Call Staff 4 Xnnua Ruff me Fc FRXXK bl XlX1l RSllJl 1 fl lung grful -1 ar fl lllrzr fhlfllllllf fflfllllflfljifl nru 4 nlll 2 4 L mer 4 clam 1 Ihhq Xnnual Staff 4 N1 XXLILX 'I HXXXIPR Mlm! I1 xlmpf tlm Track 4 ll JM lx 1 M LOR -ll that fwn r mor Plas 3 s u 4 ut ax e a Debate hee Prevrlent Senmr Cla 4 Necre tarw 1 reawurer Kex Club 4 Chorus 4 C lee Club 4 DELORES VAN1 VLEET ll hats a party Lutthout hrrf' ee ub P ea an a Sta mor Plax lOl C 1 rexulent 4 lxewette Ilnreetur nual Staff 4 Hume lc Office Autxtant 4 PATRICIA VX HIPPLE llhfre to Iontghrf' lxesettes 4 bemor Ctrl Club 4 qemors Not Pxctured Ll O E JABLINSKIL I- DVS ARD Nl- UMAX H -XRLAN VK OLFFE Semors who e actnme could not all be tteti due to lack of N ace CLASS COLORb Rose 'ind Gold LLASb FLOW ER Yellow Rose JM K IHOMNS l'x rrtfn f otfv ,mm lm,thl:1lm'1.t nd l v unm as 3 Ph a nt Call Sta lutra Mural 1 2 Prujectnr Operator 2 LX LF VVILLKIIR ltttlf man youu' had I1 lug day ntl 2 a etball3 4 Iettern tb 4 otball 3 Irack 4 VS X N 4. VVILLI AMS She looks qutft but looks are dc tezfung Home Iac Club I 2 Cyrade CJHICC 3 Kewette Club 4 Senior C url- C ub 4 Llbrartan 2 3 Latin Club 4 I' R -XLD XX OLI ILR' Ao Jznnrr no sam! ntl 3 4 Pep Band 3 4 C lee C 4 C t 2 3 4 En emb Cs S out 3 4 Pheaxant Ca Sta 4 hex Club 3 4 Kmanls Scholarxhxp xard 1 1 4' v CLASS Morto Lfe 9' Q. ptcture, pamt xt uell 18 N5 fl TC JU IUP1 FIRST ROVV: Joy Klebsch, Charleen Hammond, Helen Holt, Katharine Johnson, Ethel Klapperich, Ann Backer, llarilyn VVatson, Ione Nellermoe, Delores Tan- ner, Shirley Allison, Madine Hartwig, Nlargaret Oechsle, Nadine Nieyer, Doro- thy Joyce, Della Einspahr. SECOND ROXV: Dolores Jaragoske, Ethel NIarshall, Sylvia Anderson, Bonnie Rettmer, Mildred Badger, Shirley Schroeder, Alta Rae Hinman, Nancy Bockler, Arlene Clark, Klarylin Dvorak, Catherine Coleman, Delores Strege, Lila Ham- mond. Lois Luxton, Margaret Keller. THIRD ROVV: Keith Newman, William Dosch, Don Bradley, Gene Henningsen, Robert Dvorak, Floyd Tubandt, Trevor Levtzow, VVayne Schoniger, Cameron Irwin, Delbert Bushong, Lloyd Davis, Arthur Hardie, Carroll Schultz. IVUURTH ROXV: VVillard VVeiss, Albin johnson, Carl Rose, Harlan Fisher, Robert Larsen, Harry Forsyth, jerry Anderson, Robert Wlilkens, Glenister Rabuck, Clinton Carr. Robert Haider, Carroll Geuke, Arlan Rude, Douglas XIullenberg, Herbert Nork, Gene Therkildsen. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Bill Dosch ................. President Catherine Coleman ...... Vice-President lone Nellermoe ..... Secretary-Treasurer fx f 095 Z S SUPHU ORE FIRST ROW: Patty Ann INIieson, Verla Brink, Rose Steele, Pearl Rausch, Elinor Nlarlow, Alviary Baker, Darlene Alberts, Aliene Fleming, Phyllis Nelson, Jeannine Hoff, Delores Anderson, Loretta Hormann. SECOND ROVV: Geraldine Ronan, Dorothy Schwartz, Julie Blume, Donna Schnitt- grund, Ila Mae Schade, Agnes Jungwirth, Gladys Oechsle, llildred Iwarlow, Gladys Binger, Delores Meyer, Mary Drown, jo Anne Pesha, Patsy Hough- taling, jean Backer, Violet Kleinsasser. THIRD ROW: Marlene Joyce, Nlarion Mommer, Inez Klager, Kathleen Buss, Beverlee Shevlin, VVilliam Plants, George Puder, Dean Hughes, Clyford Hough- taling, Leland Yada. Anna Nlae Johnson, Theresa llyers, Janet Nellermoe, Darlene Betten, Avis Tanner, Diary Haider. FOURTH ROVV: Alvin Peterson, XVillis Neuman, VVillard Kfarlette, LeRoy Fitzgerald, Harold Sprague. Dale Borchard, Louis Davis, Robert VVhipple, Roy Jensen, Richard Hirtzel, VValter VVilliams, Claude Hinman, Keith Johnson, DeVVayne Herman, Harold Foglesong, Tom Eaton, Brooks Cole, Philip Rice, Donald Clark, Bobhy Booze, Donald Van Yleet. Q CLASS OFFICERS .Q Jo Anne Pesha .............. President lin. xii" Avis Tanner ..... ..... Y Iice-President V1-' -X Darlene Betten ..... Secretary-Treasurer 4' I xx Af I4 FRE' Nl N FIRST ROW: Laura Kennedy, Nancy Whipple, Corrine Buss, Lois Muellenherg, .Io Ann Curtis, Carol Clark, Donna johnson, Iflaine Clark, Arelyann Roach, Lola Allison, Irene Ifidsness, Joyce Badger, Jo Ann lveiss, Mildred Rlarlette, Dorothy XVanken. SECOND ROVV: Shirley XVolters, Eleanor Lunstrum, Maxine Davis, hiargaret Levi. .Ioan Mandery, Bonnie Hilkemeier, Ladema Smith, .Ioan Schultze, Audrey Carrico, Shirley Graves, Marion NIcNeely, Elaine Peimann, Sharon Klehsch, Kiarlyee Sisson, Renata XVeiss. THIRD ROXV: Nlelyin Boyd, Richard Hammond, Lloyd Peterson, Darrel Sprague, Alhert Benning, Roland Miller, Leon Cleherg, Donald Bottom, Donald Larsen, Gordon XIager, Rohert Klapperich, lVayne Welker, Wvallace Newman, Hugh Zens, Duane Sheylin. I"OUR'l'H RUVV: Daryl Carter, Cyril Roberts, Kenneth Staufer, Robert Recker, Donald Hardie, XVayne Harford, blames Hirtzel, Richard johnson, Sanford Lunstrum, Lowell Lounsherry, Leon Rohsham, lVilhur Dvorak, XValter XIiethke, Eugene Hormann, Darrel Kent. CLASS OFFICERS Lowell I.ounsherry ...... Vice-President .', - oan Schultze ...... Secretary-Treasurer James Hirtzel .............. President Q J ' , '- . .4 If f 5' 1 Yi. -gs-f 514' b 1946 PHE EDI I OR IIN LHIEF ASSOCIA'I E EDITOR Frank Summersnde Barbaranne Bradley FEATURF EDI IDRS Elnora Koexter Delores Yan X Ieet 'Nancx Bockler Lola Allrson DeIoreQ Strege Delores Anderaon Dores Prlndle Dean Beckman ALIIVITY EDI IDRS joan Nlanderx Alta Rae Hmmm Latherlne Loleman Allce Bacon Dorothx Illuellenberg Helen Holt SPORI S EDITORS Donald Bradlex XIHTIIYI I'lmt PHOIOGRAPI-IERS Lloxd Paus Margaret Shrefller Lucille Alexander oan Schultze ARI EDI IIOR Corrine Glbson ADVERTISING MANAGER 'Uarthann Shewlm SALES NI LXNAGFRS Robert Hlrtzel Ixelth New man BUSINESS ADVISER Lester H Baumann Ive rush to thank uk Lotkhart USN for the attxon hots he took for us at e blsketball game and 'Ur Elmer I-Iumebton for the pxeturea he prrnted for us FIRST ROVV Llnora Roe ter Doreu Prnndle Nancy Bockler Barbaranne Bradlev Frank Summer nde Delore Van Xleet Dean Beckman Alice Bacon SECOND ROV! Delore Ander on Dorothy Muellenberg Margaret Shreffler Alta Rae Hun man -Ioan Mandery Lola All: on Corrine Cxbson -Ioan Schultze Marthann Shevlln Lucille Alexander Helen Holt Kelth Newman THIRD ROVV Delore Strege Catherrne Coleman Don Bradley Lloyd Pau Robert Hlrtzel Mlm Norton Marhn Flxnt Qrnaert ,. . . 1 - . . J - ' y - v A . Q , . n 7 , ,I . , .R Y . I ,. I ' . ,- . . .. ' , a I, A I : U' 3, I . , J , J . M , , , . . . : . , , . V. .4 I 1 . 1 . - , .. . , . , Q . . . . t. , . . . . , T ADVISER: Lharlotte E. Norton. I I . . . ' e , . , ' s Q th 4: . Y. s, . . . ' ' ' '. . I : , l 1 . , k . 5 , , . , I, 5 , s , , . N I I. . . , ' . . s 5 , , , - n .v 5 v 7 y v 9 . . , I : S' . I ' I 'Y SY I .. ' . yi FIRST ROVV Lloyd Pans Shnrley Allnson Corrme Gtbson Frank Summermde Barbarannc Bradley Dun Bracllev Delorex Van Vleet Margaret Shrelf er Mary Kennetlv SILCOND ROW jeannlne Hoff Alxlary Baker Elaxne Pelmann -Xrlene Flemlnq Don Van Vleet Duane bhexlln Mus Luolulge Lnla thlllN0l'l Nlarthann bhexlln Marnlvn VVatson LeR0x Fitzgerald Darlene Betten Luctlle -Xlexancler Helen Holt IHIRD ROV! Larol C lark lone Nellermne llelore btreze 'Nancy Boekler Mta Rae Hnnman Dean Beekman Beverlee bhexlln llnora lxnexter Catherine Coleman Cerald VVolters Durex Prxndle Shirley Schxoeclet -Xrlene Clark 4 race Booze Mlltlretl Marlette THE Pl-IEA AN C LL lhe Pheaxant Lall datex batlt to 1928 for tts beglnmng Thxe xears xtaff of ax llus xx the hrxt xear thlt a member of lhe Pheasant Lall staff hah been eletted 4' to the all xtlte xtalf ot the bouth Dakota Hugh behool Prev Asxouatton Barbaranne Bradlex xx an eleeted to the xtaft to coxer the annual tonxentlon xx hlch xx as held ln X X 5-X f fr Broolcmgz, Frank Summerxxde Nancx Boeltler and Alta Rae Hmman alio attended thu meeting bexeral members of the xtaft represented The Pheasant Call at the dlbtrlet eonxentlon ot the Paaque dnxmon nn -Xberdeen on April 3 - N ' l x l ' 1 -- x 1 l V . v l , -N v ,V Y V A Y ' ' l 'C ' f ', t' , x ' , 1' , . ' , . X " , 5 ' - . ' 7 . 9 I , Q ' I ' ', . , I , ' , K-ki l K .Q C W' xl n 5 'Q K : S thirtx'-live members is the largest one in its history. I ln," . lx. X, , F . . . , . . -' W . - . - . X Q. : , . 5 - , . , TUBE T CDU CIL Operatrne on the btw of 1 demoerwtlt gmernment the xtudc-nt countll h'1 eompleted Wnother xe1r lx the goxernxng hodx ot Redheld Hath Sthool Ur Bfurmmn IN the L0llI1LllN xuperxlxor 'md the toumll rs tompoxed of 1 presr dent nee prexrdent, seeretm treqxurer plus reprexentatnex and repreQentat1ves of cxeh of the xarxoux utnxtxex lt mcetx ome exert txw ueekx unde the rotatxng Qxxtem blnte memherx are ehoxen from 111 ietlutles 1nd 111 tl wex the eounul us a trulx repre wenmtne bodx 1m of the 'utlwtlex thtt Ire 1 mrt o our xthwo hte orlgnnlte nxt the Ntu stu ents An 1dd1t1on'1l dutx of the Lflllntll ns tu xponsorlng o most of the wt oo rtlu lx se te r Ncntltue 1 o N tit IC Louml ls purtlaslnv memorial plwque to the R H S how u ho Luc their hxes for their tountrx SEAIRD Delorls Lunmnghim Dewn Betlmmn Dorex Prmdle XVllll1ITl Dobrat7 Ur L H Baumann Sl ANDING VV1xne Welker George Crreen Ierrx Bouh Rohert Htrtvel Domld Bmdlev, leRoy I'lt7ger1ld xI'lYlID Pllnt Not shown Ill put re ' ' 1 ' 1 " ' , J " 1s ' 1 ' 1 1: ' ' ' A A ' 1" . , - 5 ' 1 .'- 1: . ' 13: : " . ' 5 S I ' I vu M1g 1 1 1 1 f it l " "1 "h i - dent council. This year, one of its projects was the sale of stamps and bonds to the .1 d . 1 " 1 j ' " I ' 5 5 ' f 5 Nh l pn Ir hz: 5 lee d Il eprex- 1 " tm li yq S1 e. 'l'I -' "l 'I ,, a ' ' ' ' : i ' 1 , 1 " 1 , Q ' , ' '1 ,, tv N, l Q l l I 1 " , i , A v' , l 1 . 4 1 l 1 ' M . 1 , 1 1 ' M C ' 5 ' ' ' 1 J. PIRSI ROW' Alherd'1 Heppler l'r1nk Summerxlde Bwharanne Bmdlex MLLUND ROVV Aliee Bieon Xlirlin llint George Green Gerald Wolter Dores Prmdle NATION!-XL HU UP. UCIETY Redfield High Sthool ui printed its Lhirtel on April I4 1028 hx the N'lt1on1l Lounul Ihe souets 'mards the weholastie hanner for the home room having the highebt 1nereaQe in IIS grade axemgeb Ir wax also imtrumental in obtaining the 'Ihe memberx of thix Qoeietx 'ue Lhoxen trom the highest one fourth of their elww hx a group of hxe teuhers Scholarship chiraeter Qerxice and leadership are the hfme quilitiex for conbldemtion tor nomination into this organimtion Part of the memberx are ehosen during the latter part ot the Junior xear Thi ls an outstzndxng societx in the high chool and to be elected a member lb '1 coveted honor Offieere for the xear 'ire Frrmk Summemde president Barharnnne Bradles nee prexident Alice Buon beeretarx tre'1Qurer L V , X , 4- 4 -' " ' .V ' : . , i 1 .i , . . . - . - . i . -. w N 1 Q . : ' z , . z ' , ' , , t al Y 1 , . . , , ' i . 4 xl 1 ' N S il Q C Y S -4 Q -1 li l honor roll passeards in high school and in the junior high school. -k .S - Q. A K A i -K I . -Q - . 5 K:-X I. y ' V I i :Q N x . V I i ' . '- , l .S .5 2 . . I' . . S .Q . . O . j . : I , 5' 5 . . j, v'. - S' 3 '. K , 3 . . '.- in . KEYETTE CLUB L IUH GIRL" CLUB lt is the purpose of the members of these two clubs to do all they can to help the school and the community. The Keyettes have regular meetings twice a month. Une is ll dinner meeting at which an outsider speaker is the guest. The guests come to tell the club members about different business fields that are open to women. At the other meeting, the Keyettes do some special work for the community. This year it was the making of toy animals to be sent by the Red Cross to children in war stricken areas of the world. The main responsibility of the Senior Girls' Club is the sponsoring of the Activity Prom which honors students who have been outstanding in some outside activity. FIRST ROVV: Gloria Bratsch, Delores Van Vleet, Dorothy Muellenberg, Melva Newman, Amerallis Olson. SECOND ROVV: Alberda Heppler, Lorrain Carrico, Elnora Koester, Alice Bacon, Marth- ann Shevlin. FIRST RUVV: Margaret Shrefller, Lucille Alexander, Barbaranne Bradley, Mary Ken- nedy, Ruthadale Osenmacher, Deloris Cunningham. SECOND ROVV: VVyva VVilIiams, Aileen Swope, Delores Klapperich, Verla Lou Nelson, Esther Noor, Patricia VVhipple. V,-1 4 ' "l'i"f "" gg gr 5 'nu -344 FIRST ROVK Frank Summernde john Mandery Marlin Flint Wesley Lunstrum Sherry Blume BACK ROW' Willard Hoffman C erald Wolter LHNCYII Boyd jack Taylor, Ray Fuss KEY CLUB Flhe Kei Llub compoxed of tuelxe senior bow wwe org1n17ed ten ve'1rQ ago 21 protege ot the lxm ann Llub 'I he objeetlxea of the Key Club are lo promote 1 better wppreuation wmong xoung men of the Golden Rule lpplied bi Nuteewful businus md protesxional men 2 'lo promote better utlzenxblp in Sehool utr state and nation eerie their fe lou men Luh week tuo bow attend the xxeeklx Kmams meeting Ar the end of the xe1:, the Llub t1lteQ full tlmrge of a Kmani- meeting Uembers also assnt with Lwreer Dix The ohieers tor the xe1r hue been Vleelex Lunstrum president Frank Qummemde nee president Ink Taylor secretary treaburer ohn 'llanders and Xhrlin Flint eounulors No regulir meetings 'are seheduled beuuxe of the l'Tl'lI1X 'ILIIXIUCS ln which the bow p1rt1up'1te .Q " 7. .' ' I X X . , I , , ,.. Q ,' X , .1 ' ' f i -1, 'm. 4 .4 Y' c . as ' 5 . ' ' ' j : . 'I 2 f i . ' , ' v', , . 3. To promote altruism and friendship among young men and the desire to . V ' l . - I u 1 L 'n . . , ' " i. Y L' C I I.. K -ii xl .5 I. 1. G 5 . ll I I V l v. K .il K s ns ,, ,, A, J' BAD ff' l FIRST ROV! Frank Summersrde K lorra Bratsch Donald Bradlew Marrlvn Tannehtll Gordon Larsen Ronald Daw Carol Clark Onllee Rob ahm Nancx Bockler SLCOND ROVK Darlene Betten Elarne Llark Mildred Nlarlette Shlrlew VK olter Brooks Cole Leorge L reen C erald Vl olter Donald Larsen Harold Foglesong oe Lessel soung Dean Beckman eXl1ene Flemmrng joan Pe ha jerry Anderson Billy Sywer son 'IHIRD ROVS xNllllN Neuman Bonlta Lar on une Baker juanrta Larson Corrlne B lxenth Newman Vlaxne Vl elker jim Hnrtzel Delores Tanner Darlene Alberts Delorr iunnnngham FOIRIH ROW Charle Parsons Nslxla Xnderson Leon Rob ahm joan Nlandery Leanne Han on Xltllard VS en De Warne Herman james kennedy Roger Peter on Bonnne Hnlltemerer Catherine Qoleman Dnreetof Roger Franklin Harlev Hansen lerla Brmlt Delore jaragoslte Dale Borchard jack Thoma Nlarlln Flxnt Charleen Hammond Xl eslex Lun trum XX alter Vltllnms lrlF'1ll ROW Barharanne Bradlex Delore Ntrege anet Nellermoe Shrrles Schroe der Harold Sprague Donald Bottum lxathleen Bu Nhlrlex -Xlllson C race Booze arx lxennedx ugene Hennrng en I ore Prrnt e Nlarr tn VS arson Laura Ihe band under the dlrettron ot Roger Franltlm has plated a bug part m t1e ttnrtle t the sthool thls tea lhere are sexentx members ln the concert hind uhrth presented the annual tomert on Uetemher 5 1943 The band also ap peftred ln the All lalent 'Nrpht program of Pehruarx IQ and combmed nrth the ll ehster band it the muslt testlxal held here April Z lhe memhers of the marthmg, hand ln thelr hlue uniforms uere present at tll footlnll ptmes find led the hometommge and Halloue en parades lhex attended te 1 lretstnll present uron wx ome l the World Nerre paxers md m tr-.hed rn the parade e rep hrnd 1 the upper thur hand member lhex aroused the n tn er sl m ot the trot Hs ct 1 gtmes lhex also plated at Sun lunt 1nd Dnstrrtt lourn tmtnts held hire ' 'I ' . 3 ' I . 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" n 1 I ff peg 1 d lllllliili ' ' x'd at all l:.k- hzll 2 H -' 3 H' the UHCHE 'THA FRONVI' ROVV Barbarannc Bradlev Marv Kennerlw Dores Prmrlle Helen Holt Allce Bacon frank Summer :cle SILOND ROV! llarr1e1 Par on Phyln Drown Nlarlxne Harrvug Reneta VS Cl Xlnene Flemmmg Nano Bockler Ronald Dru liurtlel Bmnk Cole Donald Bra1lle1 C lf1r1a Branch BXCK ROKR Aflnenna mce Rf1emar1 mce llxlrla F1 ther Lnla M11 on Dean Beck man Ihere a Nl1er 'Nlr Ruger Franklln Dale Burcharl Nlarlnn Fllm Ihc Urghcwtri 11l111l1 X11 d1lY1r1df-d ln 1042 but rec1rg1n17ed ln 1044, l11 'Ur 1 cr l l1 ll ll 21 mem e rr 1r1 l11 111 1cle 11111 p11l1l1L 1ppc1ram 1 the xlll 11 rlalent Nlgght program e Ntrmg, trm 11 1 1 111116 ll ur mem er of 1 e r1r1l1c"Ntra IN mmpfm 1 p 111 1 1r l'lT'lflll ra 6 ln lrmlc Nurnmerxldc and pmno 1 116 Baum e trm 1111 6 1111 pu lk 1p earure ll1C1 pla1e durmg 116 Tlalllfl N alentlne parm and dumng the dmner llfJU of the tate lx111g,l'1tw or Lolumbux d1nner111ee11nL 1 ' 'Z 1 ' il U' , N U' J Y' , A 's , . X , '- Rm 11' "ran 'l'1, ln f 1 bers. 'l'l1 1 ql1c-N 1 :N 1 ' " . . . 'ci' tl1if 1f-z1r. The group plz11'c1l l1ct11'ec'n the acrx of the Aluninr plz11 and appeared un 'llh 5 4 1 ' , 'l1i'l1 Ii . l p ' l1 s ' l1 ' 5 1, 'L ' S-ed uf a 1'if1l11 lz, 'Ll ly' li: l. . C B Kdley. 1' ll11 n 5 2 .l ', . Q lu" .-Xl' li . 'l'l1 4 fd '1 bl' z p. 2l'S. N , pd ' 1 l FIRST ROW Mary Kennedy Corrine Buss Joan Curtis Cflorla Bratsch Marian Mom mer CarolCl1rL eannxne Hoff Helen Holt Lucllle Alexander Dororhw oyce SILOND ROVK bhlrlex Vlolter Lxla Hammond Kathleen Bus- Audres Carrco Rose Steele Delores Srrege Parn Houghrallng Xerla Lou Brrnk Marlxce Srwon Renata XX Els IlllRD ROVS hlalne Clark lfleanor Lunstrum Donna Schnlltgrund Xlrce Bacon Alta Rae llmman Delorxs Cunningham Bonnle llnlllemerer Nlargaret lxeller Catherine Coleman Darlene Betten lrace Booze Marlene oxce FOI RTH ROW Delores -laragoxke Nlarnlxn VS at on Bonnle Rertmer Lodema bmlth Delorex Klappernch Dorex Prmdle -Xnna Mae ohnxon Shxrlev M11 on anet 'Nellermoe -Xmeralllw Ol on FIRSI ROVK Willard Nlarlette Dale liorchard Richard ohnxen Bob Lar en Floxd Duane Shexlln Barbaranne Bradlex Sl COND ROVS leorge Puder tene llennnngsen Vlrllard Hoffman Dean Beckman Vlalt xxlllliilll Nherrx Blume Claude Hlnman K erald VS olter Bxll Blaedorn Louu Dans lm lllruel VS awne Harford Bxll Plant Leon Robsahm GLEE CLUB 'Ur Anona Anderxon hu 64 gurls under her dlrectlon rn the gurls gle elub lhe gxrls haxe made mo publn appearanees thu xear the hrxt at Lhmtmaa and the xeeond at the Nlu ne Ialent 'Nlght program The boxs glee club has 28 membere under the drreetlon of Ur Roger Franlclxn lhe bow glee Llub appeared ln the Lhrmrnas program and ID the All falent xlfzllf LOIICCFI 'f' : v l +1-lv I-lv N I -4 v A ' , R 1 , J l . 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V, . . .K . , .. b e 1 K L ., 1 .K A ' A 7 CHURUSES FIRST ROW Mary Kennedy joan Curtns Corrine Buss Delores Qtrege Clorra Bratsch Frank Summerude Leorge Puder Robert lxlappernch Wxllard Marlette Duane Shexlxn NTHFIUII Nlommer Carol Clark Barharanne Bradley luellle Alexan der Dorothx osce SLCOND ROW jeannnne Hoff Patw Houghtallng I-.lame Clark janet 'Nellermoe Don Bradlew Leon Roh ahm Wlllard Hoffman Dale Borchard DeW awne Her man Kelth Newman 4 race Booze Catherlne Coleman lerla Lou Brlnk Renata W'e1ss Marlvce gl xon 'IHIRD ROW Eleanor Lunstrum Shlrex Wolter Ltla Hammori Nlarllwn W at on lene Hennnngxen Ion Larsen Waxne larford Narlln Fmt Bull Blaez or Sanford Lun trum Louu Dawn Rxehard ohn en Xnn Nlae ohnson Bonnxe Hnllte meter 'Vlargaret Ixeller Darlene Betten FOURIH ROW Delores aragoske Dores Prnndle Donna Schmttgrund Kathleen Buss Xlta Rae Hznman Cerald Wolter Claude Hnnman ame l'lll'fLCl Dean Bee man Bob L ren Walt Williams Flosd Iuhandt Lodema Smith Bonnne Rettmer Delore lxlapperlch Delorn Cunningham Xmeralll Ol on Shnrlev Xlln -on lr ew Craxe Xudrew Carnco Helen Ho Lola Xlln on Nillilflfil Nlarlette ar lene mee bln! OND ROW Arlene Clark Rose Steele Nlaxnne Dau P, ther Noot hlnnor 'Harlow Theresa 'Sher C ladx Bmger Niarx Harder THIRD ROW Nancw Bockler 'lo 'knne Pe-.ha Niarnlxn Dxorak Eaxne Pelmann joxce Badger -Xlnene Flemmlng -Ioan W ex s bharon lxleb ch FOURTH ROW Nlargaret Leu ,loan Manderx joan 5Cl'ILllI7C Roger Franltlm Nilldred Marlow bvlua Ander-on Nadine Hartwlg 'Wars Drown The firt ehorux under the dlreetlon of Ur Xnom Anderbon hav hmxhed 'lnother aueeexsful tear There are Nex entx memherx ln the hrst ehorux Thr- Lhorux ha had hte publle appeammes during the xear lneludlnp, the Lhrnxtmas eoneert the All Falent 'Nlght program the Latter Cantata and Baeealaureate 'Ihes al o bang with the Wfebbter ehorux tn the XIUSIL Fe-Nm al The second chorus under the dlreetlon ot 'Nlr Roger Franklxn, aang tor the All I'alent Nnght coneert Q 'g , ' '.', T ' 35, 5 . , I ' . , , . ,. -' t el v I v v . 1 x ' y - A - f ' 'u ,lv ' ' , .' J .' - . ' , . . , .1 . , . , , - V. 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A I . , .- ' A 5 u 28 NATIUNA MUSIL HU UPI UCIETY The Redfield Hugh School band rs the l104th muslc orgamzatnon to be accepted b1 the Natronal Band Orchebtra and Lhoral Honor Socletx The Redheld chapter was granted lt: charter on November I 1943 Onlx the upper 23 per cent of the band IS ellglble for membershlp The chapter elected nts offlcers ai soon as the charter N215 recened I'he1 are as follows Presldent Dean Beckman Vice Premldent George Green becretarx De lorxs Cunmngham Treasurer Nlarlrn l'l1nt lhe band dlrector and the ofhcerb make up the executne councnl, 11 hxch ha charge of the projecte of the band The purpose of the organlzatron IS to recognize and puhl1cl1 honor outstandrng students and to lnsplre all studenta to greater achlexement ID mublclanbhlp, character, service, and leadershxp FIRST ROW Barbaranne Bradley Delorrs Cunningham Dean Beckman Mrs Anona Anderson Darlene Betten George ireen Xlta Hrnman Nlancy Boekler SECOND ROVQ Dale Borchard Donald Bradlev iene Hennlngsen jerry Ander son Walter Wrlllams lerald Wolter Wewlew Lunstrum Brooks Cole Frank Summerude THIRD ROW blorla Bratsch Kathleen Buss Roger Franklin Dores Prmdle Marrlvn Watson Y . , . . A 1 1 . - , " .- Y , - , - . A 1 ' . 4 . , . . . - , , . . ' 1 1 ' 1 L 1 .Z ' , c -. . 1 I , , . . 5 . , . a ' f ' 1 ' .' 4 . K , . . . . I . - r f 1 1 -- . , , . . , , 1 , I , . . 1 Y. 1 ' . l . , 1, 1 . , . V' ' . 1 V Y , . . 1 1 -1 7 1 r . - 1 f 1 ' -' 1 -1-.1 1 -R 1 . i i 5 M- st ez P QS fw- Y llelen Holt Ceralrl Vlolter Barharanne Bradley Lola Allison DE TIU RCkClXlFlQ superxor rltmgs ln the Redheld Hugh Sehool 'mnu1l deellmltlon Lontest held on Noxemher 16 were lilrbxrdnne Brldlex poctrx dnlslon Hltll lhe I-llglmixmfln lol1 Alllson humorous dnlslon Ylltll Greener Pistures He en ot driumtu dxuslon ulth me lost VM d Gerlld Holter omtorlea Ill sum n th lhe Hirder Rughr Other DITULIDIHIN were BKIIIIIT 'Holger 1nd Dorothx Sehu lrt7 lss orton untucl tle pcetrx UIXINIOH lss -Xd1ms the humorous lss Ile druume md Nlr Berg the or IIOYILI lhe students representing Reclheld nn the lhstrut Lontest held here on 'Novem her 27 recen ed the folloumg rrmngs Barbalanne Bradlex, superior award xuth the poem lhe Ru en Gerwld Holter, excellent m orators , Helen Holt, excellent ln dramatu, and lola AlllSCJfl, good nn humorous Barbamnne Bmdles represented Dlstrlet 24 'lt the Regxonal Lontest held 'lt Webster on December 4 1nd received 1 mting of good on the selection 'Lilacs. X -1 null TOP Barbaranne Bradley jack Taylor Mr Berg Gerald Wolter Helen Holt LEFT jack Iaylor Helen llolt L erald Vl olter Barbaranne Bradley Mr Berg RIGHT jack Taylor joan Schultze herald Wolter Barbaranne Bradley Helen Holt DEB TE An mxxtatxonal tournament at Huron on anuarx IQ opened a successful aea son for this xeara debate team composed of Barbaranne Bradlex and Helen Holt affxrmatxxe Gerald Wolter ack Taxlor, and oan Schultze negatuxe This xxaa the hrst xear of debate for all the members of the team xxlth the exceptlon of Barbaranne xx ho had PFCXIOUS experience her freihman and jumor xears Ur Berg At Huron the team xxon four out of elght debatex defeatmg bnoux Fall XVIDHCF, Pnerre and W agner In the annual trx state debate tournament held ln Xladxson on lanuarx 16 the team xxon hrst place IH the DOXILC dlXl9l0l1 xx 1th a Score of sw out of elght Ihe affnrmatxxe xxon three debatea defeating bloux Falla XI3dlh0l'l and Water toxxn but lost to Xlltchell 'I he negatlxe defeated bloux Falla xI3.dlb0I'l and 'llltchell but lost to W atertoxxn For xxmmng the tournament thex re elx ed a gold cup lDSL,I'lbCd lV1nner Nladlson Trl btate Debate Tournament The cup xxas prevented to the school and placed ln the trophx case lhe final tournament m xxhxch Redfield partlcxpated xxae held at Pxerre on Februarx 2 There the afflrmatne xx on their debate xxlth XVIDHCT The score for the team xx aa one out of exght A non decmon debate xxab held betxxeen VVatertoxxn and Redheld on January 30 and the team presented both negatnxe and alT1rmatxxe casea to the Klxvams club ,A , , ...W a . . ,A A X . if ,, , :.,, if 5 I , x - 1 N 1 . Z ,. v v I , , y N I , T y T v . I ' ' ,V Y 5 U' . . 3 " . ' was the coach and accompanied the team on all the trips. . 1 ' ' 4 ,. .' ', . ' , ' ' , S . . ' .' ', 1 ' , . , K 'K 1 D u . 1 z . ' z . l ' Q I L I . SEATED: Keith Newman, jerry Anderson, Marilyn VVatson, Gene Henningsen, Shirley Allison, lone Nellermoe, Bill Dosch, Dorothy joyce, Sylvia Anderson, Donald Bradley. STANDING: Catherine Coleman, Nadine Myers, Harry Forsyth, Delbert Bushong, Alta Rae Hinman, Lila Hammond, Bonnie Rettmer, Bob Larson. JU IDR CLASS PLAY "Don't Take Kly Penny" was presented by the junior class on November lj-I4, under the direction of Miss hlargaret Adams. Penny, a sixteen year old girl, is preparing herself for the star role in a movie version of'a popular novel. She is determined she will he chosen by the author, Harrison Day. Penny ignores Sally, the maid, who is a former movie star, and her unselfish, talented sister, Xlavis. Greg and Kerry finally outwit Penny and she changes her mind and decides to enter the tennis tournament. Sally falls in love with'chicken-minded hlark. Klayis is chosen for the star role of "Stars in Her Eyes." hlavis . . Klarilyn VVatson Sally ... .... Nadine Myers Norman . . . . Gene Henningsen Penny . . . . lone Nellermoe Caleb , , . . . Keith Newman Mark . . ..... Jerry Anderson Lydia . . , . Catherine Coleman hloanna . .... Dorothy Joyce Kerry . .. Harry Forsyth Greg .,......... .. .. . . ..... Bill Dosch Klonsieur Henri .. ............,.... Donald Bradley Claire ........ Alta Rae Hinman, Bonnie Rettmer Elsie .. ............... Lila Hammond Lucile . . . . Sylvia Anderson Red ......... .... B ob Larson Harrison Day .. .. Delbert Bushong P' UNE ACT PL The one act plan were held on 'Nlarth 22 under the direction of Ura Gotaas and NIM Lwle The plaie chosen were The X aliant and Hold Everxthlng The Valiant a one act drama was written bi Holnorths Hall and Robert Middlenees 'lhis plax nas baeed on the Shakespearean quotation Louards die mam times before their deaths the valiant never taste of death but onee The cast consmted of Warden Holt Delbert Bushong Father Daly Gene Henningsen ames Dike Bob VV1lkenQ oiephine Paris Larol Llarlc Dan YVas ne Harford and attendant Bill Plants Hold Eierything a one act comedx was written bi Larter Blaeksmsth It is the Qtorx of a young archeologist recently returned from an expedition in Pgx pt where he has made many Startling diseoweries lhe plot tentera around the aetivitiex The cast consisted of Doug Holbrook lerri Anderson lllaud 'Xtorn Cath erine Loleman Silas Aeorn Floid lubandt Pollx Blake lone Nellermoe bud: XVlHSl0Xl Keith New man X aleria Sterling 'met Bellermoe Erie Shield Donald Iarson Wilma Cameron Shirley Allison SEATED C ene Hennmgsen Carol Clark Bill Plant SI ANJDINK De'bert Bushnng Bob Wilken V5 avne Harford bl-,ATED lone Nellermoe Keith Newman Catherine Coleman SIANDINC jerry Anderson bhirlcy Allison Don Larson Floyd Tubandt 'X , ', , , V Al ,V ' YY H , ' H at ' nv Y , - Y 7 V 1 - 1 V . . . , . 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' x ef , X A sx 'F Q - , Marthann Shevlin Barbarannc Bradley Delorls Cunningham Dores Pnndle Amerallla Olson HU ECUMING Un Fridax Oetober ll ION lllC'lN'lDI Dm Redfield High Sehool home eoming um hrst inlugurited Ihis xear Redhelds homeeommg Lelehr1ted it twelfth anmxersars on Outobei ll Ihe d1x S ex ents follou ed in line with the exentx of former xe1rN On Thurbdaw en ening Delorix Cunningham xx as eroxs ned Phe1s1nt D1x Queen in 1n impremwe Lere leaderb Ihe text xx 1x held in the 1ud1torium 1nd on XI1in Street Fr1d1x 5 progr1m Ntarted uith 1 huge par1de comming of grfxde and high sehool llO'1Is mrrxing out 1 wtorxbook theme 1nd Lommereml tlo1t5 using their onn themes Following the p1rade xx 1s the Bohemian Glas Blouers bbemhlx program 'I he night 5 testn1t1eQ opened mth the tooth1ll game betu een the Phe1-ants and the Xliller Ruxt lers u high ended in 1 26 6 um for 'lllller Ihe dame 1t the Legion Puilion Llosed the das 5 aetiutiea ,oo or i . y ' . Y S . , .- i ,', ' K. M, ' .j, ' 'Y 's - r N lk- -- , W 'S - . - K . S . ' 1 N Y. , - mony in the auditorium. This was followed by the annual pep fest, led by the cheer- io fi 1 .N 'C -Q ' C . . C . K Ai o :Y V .N ' C - '. 4 A ' s 7 Q W L ' G 'D ' w : N-Girl flag.-:-4 f1 111 M fQ1,gf,' W ... f df il-main , .Miillzusin 1 l A , L 1 J n, li ns. 4. I ls i-will X - 1, g . - 1 .1, ,f , ,Q . - - , . A L 4 Q . ' T Jjfy h A -iv, ,vt-r ? .1 -- -.W,,.., , MMA. , . ,., N - Mg 1 'mn I K, 2.5 , ' '21-" , y-'..n"f ,j f v 5 I' A 3-t !ffaf1. .' Y . .7 ff 0 Q V I 'Q Q Q 2 'Q-1 4 I. X wr, li., St h i .A 7- x ' 5'.':ini? - 1 A 4 4" A ':, A mu mms Wim """Q N' 4 X 1 i if 1 r I 7,4 NME fi? S FUUTB LL HURON 46 RFDFIELD 7 ln the season's opener, the Fheasants fell easy victims to the heavier Huron Club. ,lerry Boub drove over right tackle for the lone Redfield score. GROTUX I4 RliIJFlFl,IJ o ln a very evenly matched gzune, decided only in the last half. the Redfield eleven yvas defeated by the Groton Tigers. REDFIFLD zo DOLAND 18 After an 80-yard return run on the kick-off netted the VVheelers a touchdown, the Fheasants came to life as Boob scored twice and Dobratz once. KIILLFR 20 RFUFIELD O Un Homecoming, the Golden Pheasants, after putting up a brilliant first half fight, became victims of the lliller Rustlers. Fisher tallied the only score. VVFBSTIER 14 RIQIJFIHLD 6 ln this game the Fheasants threatened several times but were able to score only once, that being on a pass from XVelker to Hirtzel. RIClJFlICI,lJ 52 ABlcQRDlilQN RICSERYFS I2 Displaying by far the best performance of the season, the Birdmen had little trouble in conquering the Aberdeen seconds. CLARK 21 REDFIELD O ln the final grid game of the season, the Clark Comets proved too much for the Redfield squad. The Pheasants undoubtedly would have had a better season had not injuries forced some of the mainstays out of action for several games. The "H" squad scored two yvins during the season, defeating the Doland seconds txvice, 27-0 and 21-o. FIRST ROVK: Brooks Cole, VVillis Neuman, Harlan Fisher, Lyle VVelker, Donald Brad- SECOND ROVV: Harold Sprague, Dean Hughes, Robert Larsen, Arthur Hardie, VVillard Hoffman, VValter VVilliams, XVilliam Dosch, VVayne Harford, Student Manager wayne Welker. THIRD ROVV: Assistant Coach Roland Buss, jerry Boob, Robert VVilkens, Robert Hirtzel, K 'V V YVilliam Dobratz, George Green, Richard Hirtzel, james Hirtzel, Harry Forsyth, Coach Kenneth Greeno. 0 '1 :U 'B' .7 r be :tl ley, Dale Borehard, VVilliam Plants. ','. sy' ' 1 Y ,H I1 X l 4 R 41 , 4 Date Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. jan. Jan. jan. 7 11 14 18 21 2 Z 8 11 15 Opponent Alpena Miller Highmore Doland Pierre Groton Doland Franfort Groton Clark STANDING: Donald Bradley, Dean Hughes, jerry Boub Robert Wilkens Richard Hirtzel, Coach Kenneth Greeno, William Dobratz Harlan Fisher, Harry Forsyth, Lyle VVelkvr, William Dowch SEATED: Student Manager Wayne Welker. Where Ours Opp. Date Opponent Redfield 48 2+ jan Webster Redfield 26 31 jan Huron Redfield 38 32 Jan Britton Doland 21 30 jan Miller Redfield 33 38 Feb. 5 Doland Doland X 24 31 Feb Groton Doland X 32 36 Feb Faulkton Redfield' 33 37 Feb Clark Groton 19 35 Feb. Conde Redfield 54 35 Feb Faulkton Feb. Frankfort X Indicates Conference Tournament XX Indicates District Tournament 'Indicates overtime Where YVebster Huron Redfield Miller Redfield Redfield Redfield Clark Redfield Redfield Redheld Ours Opp 17 55 13 41 30 21 28 50 29 21 45 32 49 27 24 33 XX 48 26 XX 30 13 XX I3 15 Date Dec. 3 Decf 7 Dec. 11 Dec. 14 Dec. 18 Dec. 21 jan. 1 jan. 15 lr FIRST ROW: Donald Bradley, De VVayne Herman, VVilliam Plants, james Hirtzel, VValt VVilliams, Louis Davia, VVayne WVelker, Daryl Carter. SECOND ROVV: Coach Raymond Novak3 Clyford Houghtaling, Dale Borchard, Claude Hinman, Wayne Harford, Donald Larsen, Brooks Cole, Keith Newman. "B" BA SKETBALL Opponent Northville Orient Miller "B" Frankfort Doland Tulare Orient Brentford -.B-' Indicates overtime VVhere Ours Opp. Northville Redfield Redfield Redfield Doland Redfield Orient Redfield x Indicates Sunshine Tournament X Date Opponent jan. jan. jan. jan Feb Feh Feh. Feb. Feb. 18 22 25 29 1 Z 5 12 15 Tulare Huron ' Ashton Miller " Frankfort Cresbard Doland " Cresbard Frankfort sB'1 Bri B.. Where Tulare Huron Redfield Miller Redfield Redfield Redfield Redfield Frankfort X X Ours Opp 21 26 26 33 2+ 28 22 8 16 41 IS 46 29 22 29 23 16 52 'V 1 , 4 "Q X, 1 . XF' , xA we ' A W ,,'J:1, ,lar gf, ??.0 4 4 .' I ' F ' sa f1'v 5, 5 an Q v , g.L "A il X. I-. 1 r 1 S f bg 3 . V, . F! FE f 5 -0 g K " " CLUB The Redfield "R" Club is composed of boys who have qualified for membership in at least one of the three sports, football, basketball, or track. These boys must have participated either in one-fourth of the total football quarters, one-fourth of the total basketball quarters. or placed first, second, or third in a major track meet. At present there are nineteen members. ln the HR" Club election at the end of the 1944-45 school year, Bob Hirtzel was elected president of the 1943-46 letter club, and jerry Boub was elected for the office of secretary-treasurer. All new members are initiated into the club at the end of the school year. FIRST ROVV: VVilliam Dosch, Lyle VVelker, VVilliam Boub, XVillard Hoffman, Robert Hirtzel, Harry Forsyth, Arthur Hardie, Dean Hughes, Harold Sprague, VVillis Neuman. SECOND RUXV: Coach Greeno, Donald Bradley, Robert Larsen, VValter VViIliams, XViIliam Dobratz, Richard Hirtzel, George Green, Harlan Fisher, Robert VVilkens, jerry Boub. 'lf iqg 1 , X ,- XS fl 42, i" 5,9 my lb V fJ 5 ' - , ' x. " - 5 Q 9 4 'E i' T I4 ,K .Jiffy 44 S 2.1 5 ff?" ff '? M uw 1 S 44 Q, ' M80 .,'-1. A I, EW H 3 4? 4 A 3 y a 5 Q 'f"..."' ' C7 ' Z 2 1 ......., ..,.......,-- 5 . - -. 1. Hurry up with that food! 2. Let's get together. 3. lndustrious looking souls, aren't they? 4. Excuse my laughing. 5. The Pepsodent twins--lrium and Mirium. 6. He knows how to pitch-hasehall. 7. Xline's hetter than yours. 8. hlyl Bly! 9. The long and short of it. 10. Caught in the act. II. VVhat? Another one! 12. She's all smiles. 13. The Fag sisters. 14. Hold that pose. 15. VVell, shut ma mouth. 16. VVhoops, Trix, how did you get in here? 17. Frosh. 18. Glamour in the winter. 19. "Man of the world." 20. just pals. 21. just another "man of the world." 22. VVindy out, isn't it? 23. Really! 24. Hi, folks! 25. Miss Paderewski Bacon. .,.,......- , J J' , 1 ,.. ' 5 " 2, J sw' ff 0'7.Al,g , -A ...- an 3 Nl- .al 2 U CE UPON A Tl E 1. It must have been puppy love. 2. BOO! Guess who. 3. XVhen she was SKI.-XLL. 4. Look at the riendish smilel 5. Thats a joke, Son-a joke, that isl 6. Look! Hes sitting still. 7. Dutch came in Zl small package, but OH! 8. My, hasn't Buzzy igrown? 9. Same gleam, earlier age. Io. She must he looking for something. ll. Darn hair, won't lay down. 12. The Lool-:,.by Lauren Baeall Bratsch. 13. Now I read an article-. 14. First, Thomas horsed around, but NOVV! 15. She's madl 16. Bla sez I'm cute. 17. Veronica Cunningham and Ingrid Bradley-Starring in 'lChildhood." 18. Yvhich is Ruthadale Mary Marie Margaret Osenmacher? 19. 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