Storm Lake High School - Breeze Yearbook (Storm Lake, IA)
- Class of 1937
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Our I-Iigh School days have been as a beautiful,
continuous song, and though that song has come
to an end, the melody will linger forever enabling
us throughout our lives to recall old friends and
associations. Within the pages of this book, We
picture and tell you of our activities and achieve-
ments of the past year.
Wheiiever, in years to come, you turn to this
book, may fond memories of your high school
days return clearly to mind, just as a lovely
melody so often returns to brighten the pathway
It 1S wxth deep app1ec1at1on of her ureless
effo1 ts 111 oul behalf and her smcele helpful
gmdance thloughout our fou1 years of
I-hgh School that we ded1c1te ou1
1937 Breeze to
MISS LURA MCLANE
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Editor . . .... . ARLENE HILL
Assistant Editor . . VIRGINIA MI:LLs
Business Manager . . . AVERY LAUBER
Assistant Business Manager ...... BOB WHEAT
Athletics . . RICHARD EVANS, DONALD LANE, FRANCIS BULLARD
Art ....... PAT POTTER, JUNE SKEELS
Social Activities RUTH GIBSON, DOROTHY MICHAEL, ELEANOR HUEPER
Music ..... NORMA PRESTON, FLORENCE MACK
Forensics . 4 PIOWARD FLORES, WENDELL PENDLETON
Calendar ..... HELEN FORD, DOROTHY FAUBLE
Snapshots . KATPILEEN I'IARRIS, VELMA OCLESBY, CHARLOTTE TYSON
Jokes . CHARLES GUNNERSON, LAMEERT LUEPKE, RUTH DANIELS
Typists . . . . . . EVALYN SCOTT, MARIE KELLER
Normal Training . . CHARLOTTE WATEIIBURY, VERA PIARJES
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Front Row-Ralph Sheffield, Carl Steffen, H. E. Farnsworth.
Back Row--George C. Mack, F. E. Tcllier, W. H. Kaufman.
Storm Lake High School is grateful for this opportunity
to express our appreciation for the fine cooperation and
helpful guidance the School Board has given.
We, the Senior Class of 1937, Wish to thank them per-
sonally for making our High School days the most pleasant
and happy days of our lives.
SUPERINTENDENT A. E. RUBY
The Senior Class of 1937 wishes on behalf
of the student body of Storm Lake High
School, to express their deep appreciation of
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PRINCIPAL LURA A MCLANE
Dean of Gxrls
We, the Sen1or Class of 1937, W1sh to ex
press our apprec1at1on to MISS MCI ane for
her pamence, her mterest 111 our Welfare, and
her kmd cooperamon durmg these four years
of our close Contact Wlth her
We leave her w1th our best W1shes for con
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Iowa State Teachers College
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Here,s to our Custodians, tried and true,
Serving us faithfully all the year through,
Alert, efficient, patient, and kind,
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Life is short and so 11111 I."
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Chorus 3,43 Glec Club 3,4.
LORETTA SAUTER "Refte1"
"She goes 011 her way, quielly
Aml nothing seems to trouble
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Chorus 23 Hi-Y-Ecte 3,45 T. N.
DONALD LANE "Iorly"
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"At teeehing will this girl excel
A1111 we predict she'll rlo it
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Class Play 33 T. N. T. 3,4.
"Gay 111111 crrrefreeg she rlances
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Glcc Club 1,25 Orchestra 1.
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EVALYN SCOTT "Largo"
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ERNEST FRERICHS "Em"
"Than hast surely n name for one
of honor, rlecrls, anzl fame."
B. B. 1,25 Glee Club 2,3,45 Chor-
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ELEANOR MILLER "Betsy,
HOWARD FLORES "Slaiier"
"Now who can I bother next?"
Band 1,2,35 Class Vice President
35 Chorus 45 Glee Club 2,3,45
Hi-Y 3,4-President 45 Class
Play 35 One Acts 25 Staff5 Stu-
dent Council 25 T. T. 2,3,4.
ARLENE HILL "Lenie"
"A winning way-some girl, we
Chorus 45 Glee Club 45 Commer-
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She's always laughing, every-
"A pajmlar youth is he."
Chorus 2,3,45 F. B. 2,3,45 Glec
Club 2,3,45 Hi-Y 3,4-Treasurer
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DOROTHY FAUBLE "Dot,'
"Dorothy came and left too fast,
But her friemlxhip sure' will--'
PATTY POTTER "Pat"
"She is friendly, jolly, and full
Ami well liked by every 0-ne."
Cheer Leader 2,3,4g Chorus 2,3,
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Treasurer 49 Class Play 33 Staff,
T. T. 3,4--Secretary 4.
HAROLD WALL "Tony"
"Believe me, I rlozft want a girl,
Q,f'E1 e15.if she is a pearl."
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Laura is a friend worth while." ay."
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WESLEY RAUSCPI "Wes" YVONNE FASSE "Bon"
"His bark is worse than his bite? "It's good to live aml learn."
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5 T 'AREL "Spency"
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"Peg ewfererl school just last fall,
But xbe'x like-rl by one and all."
Chorus 45 Class Secretary 15 Glee
Club 1,2,35 Hi-Y-Ette 45 Class
Play 35 T. T. 4.
"He dill 'llOfl'Ifllg in lJlH'fiC7lllH'
and rlirl it well." 1
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3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 F. B. 35 Glue
Club 45 Orchestra 1,2,3,4.
"If Ibis girl you cbrnice la meet,
You'll kiioueber by ber rlimplex
ULl'0II!Il'Il is straight aml tall,
He mnrle his record in baske!-
B. B. 2,3,45 Chorus 45 F. B. 45 S.
L. Club 45 Track 4.
RUTH GIBSON "Horse"
"This girl sfuclies long enrl bard."
Chorus 45 Class President 25 Glcc
Club 1,45 Extemp. 25 Hi-Y-Etta'
3,45 Class Play 35 One Acts 25
Orations 45 Orchestra 1,2,3,45
Sraff5 Sexrerte 1,2,3,45 String
Quarcertc 45 T. T. 4.
VIRGIL HOLMES "Virg"
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CLARENCE RICE "Bus"
"A little nonsense now and then
is relished by the best of 1llE1l.U
Chorus 45 T. T. .4g Interpretive
Reading 45 Glee Club 4.
VERA HAR JES c'VCd,,
"A school 7iLl1,!i1Il strict this girl
She,ll have success, as you will
Normal Training Course
Art Club 33 Sraffg T.N.T. 3,4-
Vice President 4.
ELEANOR I-IUEPER "Hoof,
"Those -who know her best appre-
cfale her most."
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RICHARD BRADER "Dick"
"Lean, lanky, fair and tall,
W'e'll -miss him the same as all,
NAOMI MERIILEY "Mark"
"Naomi, with her brown. bobbed
Never seems to have a fare."
If Commer ial Course
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LAMBERT LUEPKE "Lael:
"Lambert some day a professor
For he is foml of his books,
1Detectivej, you see."
Chorus 3,43 Glee Club 3,45 Staff.
"She has a grand disposition."
Cheer Leader 2,3,4g Chorus l,2,
45 Class Treasurer 3g Class Vice
President lg Extemp. 43 Glee
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"Soon to married life she will go,
Where love birrls sing and flow-
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Chorus 3,4g Orzxtions 43 T. N. T.
JOE CAIN "Whistler"
"joe never has his lessons well,
Of what he's thinking one can
Hi-Y 2,3,4-Secretary 45 Class
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Band 3,43 Chorus l,2,3,4g Hi-Y-
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B. B. 1,2,33 Chorus 35 F. B. 1,2,
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Tr '-k 1,2.
LA VERNE - R VERY LA .ER "Ahe',
rfghe lik go, s5?f711e bllt ',,50lf can he his
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"Thomas is quiet UQ and calm
But -when he's practicing
'TRACK' he lacks no
RUTH DANIELS "Ruthie"
"Brown of hair and brown of eye,
Her ambitions look toward the
' Commercial Course
Chorus 2,3,4g Hi-Y-Erre 3,45
Staffg T. T. 2,3,4.
BERNICE MILLER "Bonnie"
"'Determiued! Bernice has won
To graduate with as this May."
Chorus 3,45 Glec Club 23 Hi-Y-
VELMA OGLESBY "Punk"
"Why should life all labor he?"
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HELEN FORD "Hi-Em"
"Helen, 'wills her reacly laugh,
Keeps rm uproar in the
Chorus 2,3,45 Class Secretary
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Orchestra 1,2,3,45 One Acts
"Charles played football aml
Aim' fo his school will -re-
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Prcsidcnt 45 Track 2,3,4.
"This girl has a sweet appeal,
U70 wish her much in Life's
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Class Play 35 Orchestra 1,25
Sextctte 3,45 Staffg T. T. 3,4
"Not so fall and not so small,
Yet be is knowlz by one ami
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A TRIP T0 NEW YORK IN 1950
While shopping in one of the leading food markets, McClurg 85 Mack, I happened
to see an old school mate, Helen Ford, now a physical training teacher in dear old Alma
Mater. We visited for a while and I learned from her that a great many of our former
classmates were in New York.
As my vacation was about due I decided to go to New York and look up some of
my old friends and so the following week I took a plane to New York. You can imagine
my surprise when I found Earl Rosenberger in the pilot seat with Julia Fitspatrick as
air stewardess. In no time at all I arrived at my destination and immediately took a taxi
to the Hotel New Yorker where I had made my reservations. The first familiar person
I saw was Francis Bullard, now a bell hop, who rushed to take my bags, greet me, and
escort me to my room. After resting a few hours I dressed for the evening and went
downstairs. Who should I meet there but Tom Lovejoy, manager of this exclusive hotel.
He appeared to be the same old Speed, "The Ladies Manf, He insisted on taking me to the
Red Lantern Club and as Tom knew nearly everyone there I felt more at ease. On entering
the club we checked our wraps. It was beginning to seem like a reunion when we saw
La Verne Bernard and Laura Mathews who were the harcheck girls. We were met by
Arlene Hill who had succeeded Charlotte Tyson as personality hostess. We were ushered
to our table and ordered dinner from Ernie Frerichs, head-waiter, who was assisted by
Forrest I-Iousman and Lester McClung. just then, Tom called my attention to Tom
Stewart-big soup and pickle chaser for Heinz. He had left his beloved wife, Lela Milton,
tending the 58th variety on his Arizona ranch. We also saw that lie had two attractive
follies girls: Ruth Daniels and Marie Keller. Another familiar figure then stopped at our
table-that of Kathleen Harris, cigarette girl, who was unable'to make a sale as "Speed"
still rolls his own. Wfhile waiting for dinner we danced and, nearing the orchestra, we
saw Avery Lauber as leader. Other familiar faces were those of Paul Vaughn, Marshall
Holmes, and Charles Gunnerson, who were busy swinging it. Everyone cleared the floor
as Forrest Wise, master of ceremonies, introduced the first number of the floor show,
Cain and Lane, comedians, who put on a clever drunk act. After this performance we
were entertained by the glamorous Bernice Miller, blues singer. After eating dinner, Tom
pointed out other people who were just being seated-Xvendell Pendleton, a famous crim-
inal lawyer and his wife, the former Patricia Potter. Other celebrities were the lovely
Rafa Shannon, star of "Gold-Diggers of 1950" and her director, Tom Hardyman. Miss
Shannon was wearing a gown designed by Wilsonia, famous designer for Hollywood stars.
While we were visiting, Tom told me that Lambert Luepke had formally been employed
as dishwasher but due to the excess breakage of glassware, he had been discharged. He also
said that Charlotte Waterbtiry and Dorothy Michael had been guests in this hotel several
weeks agog they had come to the city to secure jobs in the Witter follies now running on
Broadway. As they had succeeded they had moved into a penthouse on Sth Avenue
with ,Evalyn Scott and Naomi Merkly who were also employed by Don.
Tom sat up and took notice as Maestro Wise introduced a chorus of cuties, consisting
of Beulah Campton, Eleanor Hueper, Loretta Sauter, Melba Thorsrud, Donna Belle Will-
cutt and Norma Preston After that we were entertarned by a tap dancrng team composed
of Mar yory Frgr and Bob Wheat They had just fmrshed an engagement on the Inman
Yeast Radro program and by the way are now as popular as the Roger Astarre team of
1936 After the floor show we notrced Nlrss Frances Nrtzke Olymprc swrmmer berng
escorted by Wesley Rousch man about town We danced for a whrle and were ready to
leave when a grrls trro was rntroduced We thought we recognrzed the vorces and found
them to be those of Jane Scott Vrrgrnra Mrlls and Ruth Grbson We saw Popeye Toohey
heavy werght champron and Betty Powell debutante just enterrng It was gettrng late
and we decrded to leave as the next day would be full of adventure Suddenly a lot of
borsterous laughrng and commotron were heard We soon learned that rt was Vrvran
Tuttle Melclaer wxdow of the late Eddre rrch jeweler In her party were Ruth Farel
Clrfford Dyvad Roberta Jenkrns and Harold Wall
Tom then called for hrs car whrch was drrven by hrs favorrte chauffeur Dar Evans
who took us back to the hotel The doors of the hotel were opened by Drck Ilvans and
Ralph Albrrght who were stately rn therr doormans unrforms As Tom left I asl ed
hrm rf he were strll rnterested rn darl harred Peg crgarette grrl at the Club he replred
that he was past her class now
I retrred very happy that I had seen so many of my old frrends
Euly rn the mornrng I was awakened by June Skeels who occupred the surte next
to name She was now a famous composer and was practrcrng on her latest prelude I
that we have breakfast rn a waffle shop vshxch was owned and operated by Yvonne Tasse
and Eleanor Nelson Whrle eatrng we learned that Eleanor Mrller and Rrchard Brader
had announced tlaerr engagement and were plannrng to lrve rn New York
The follovsrng afternoon we vrsrted the aquarrum and art museums also the zoo
where we saw Fred Mrttelstadt feedrng the monkeys
June decrded she would Irke to return to Storm Lake and srnce she was afrard of
planes we journeyed home on a bus We were drrven to our destrnatron by Tom Fredrrkson
After drrvrng several hundred mrles mrsfortune overtook us and We had a punctured
trre The bus drrver sard rt would be qurte a whrle before we could contrnue une had
notrced a coffee shop about a mrle back and suggested that we wart there We were
rndeed surprrsed to frnd Wanda Ford a farmer s daughter sellmg cold coffee and grnger
cookres She told us that Vera Haryes had been vrsrtrng her but as Vera had been used to
the crty she found rt rather dull and she had decrded to vrsrt Velma Oglesby harr stylrst
When vt e got rnto Dubuque vr e bought a newspaper The headlrnes blur ted Publrc
Enemy No 1 Caught On readrng further we drscovered rt vs as Vrrgrl Holmes who had
been betraved by hrs former sweetheart V11 grnra Krasky
I hope mv frrends that you have enyoved thrs trrp rnto the Future Land as much
as I have
Two well I nown and wclous rba1rzcfe1s
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Last Will and Testament of Class of 1937
We, the Seniors of Storm Lake High School, of the city of Storm Lake, county of Buena
Vista, and state of Iowa, finding our duties in this Institution of Knowledge about
finished, do make, publish, and declare this to be our Last Will and Testament.
We, the Senior Class, give and bequeath unto the Juniors of Storm Lake High School,
our seats in the assembly together with the dignity, good will, and cooperation that
has been ours.
I, Howard Flores, hereby give my little yellow car to Keith Pierce, so that he can get
to school on time.
I, Arlene Hill, hereby bequeath my dramatic ability to Norman Fethkenher, with the
sincere hope that your greatest ambition, to play Hamlet, will be someday accom-
I, Richard Evans, give to Donald Evans my ability to cook meals while the folks are away.
I, Jane Scott, do bestow upon Juniorette Vilas a few of my masculine admirers.
I, Forest Wise, hereby part with my studious mind and do give it unto Dudley Paulson
that he may use it to the best of his ability.
I, Donna Belle Willcutt, give unto Donnabelle Satterlee my basketball technique-what
there. is of it.
I, Darwin Evans, bequeath to Bert LeBeck my pretty curly hair, on the condition that
you promise to keep it well combed.
I, Evalyn Scott, give to Lorene Bram my ability to type without getting my fingers caught.
I, Ernest Frerichs, bequeath my ability to squeal around corners on icy streets to Jack
Spooner. Watch out, Jack, you may not be as good a driver as I am.
I, Norma Preston, give to Deloma Pollock my ability to watch other people eat at the
Sugar Bowl, without asking for a bite-fit's an accomplishment very few people ever
I, Donald Lane, will give my cheerful smile and pleasant disposition to William Gibson.
I, Ruth Farel, bequeath my ability to keep out of trouble to Dorothy Rabiner.
I, Bud Melcher, give my ability to take Cherokee girls to Sioux City to Francis Pendleton.
I, Ruth Gibson, alias "Lola Lousef' because I play both guard and forward in basketball,
give my studious mind to Lloyd QChickj Thieman, with hopes that it will be treated
I Wendell Pendleton, will n1y wly w1tl1 Women to Tom Chapman
I Avery Laubet, beque Ifll unto DLIWHC Clemons the 1T111'1'1gC1T1Cl1TI of the Annual for 1938
I Helen Fo1d give unto 1net Pr1ch11d my ability to 1'I1'1.liC 1pp1op11ate f1ces just 'ls
the teachei glances my W1y
I Betty Powell, beque1th unto Mqbel Lovejoy my leldeiship in th1s Instltutlon
I Floience M1ck, give my knowleclffe of music to 1111111 Stewalt
I Tom Stew1rt, give my studious 111: to Rly I-Inleman
I M1lj0F1C Flgi give unto M1V1s Sh1rp my 1h1l1ty to quauel with tl1e stronger sex
I Fouest I-Iousmfln, pass on 111y 1h1l1ty to put s1lt 1n gnls h11i to Don 11d Price
I Peg Thompson, le1ve my love for frozen rnalted I'I11lliS to Je1n Jones
I Flances Nitzke, lelve my 1thlctxc 1h1l1ty to ICl1 Krout
I Bob Wl1e1t, give my abihtv to get kicked out of class to Ciaig Johnson
I TIIOUIWS Lovejov, p1ss on n1y speed to Ruth Bice
it s rather worn
I Joe C1111, give my .1b1l1tv to d1nce xn coineis 1t the school dance to J1ck QBo1le1m1ker
I Lel1 M1lton, give my sex 1ppe1l to June Steig
I St1nley Te1chout, give my seciet gnl fuends to Floyd Latt1, I hope you c1n find out
their n1111es, Floyd I couldn t
I Ruth D1D1ClS, gn e my native Chaim to I oinx G1un1g
I Tom I-Iaidyman, g1VC to Tom Nash my youthful swagger w1Lh the hope th1t you
won t exeit vouiself
I Vnginm Mills beque1th to Albelta Johnston my ability to find my Way 1round 111
large city, namely Om1hz1
I Clarence Rice, pmss on my l'11fCl1 hiking ability to W 1yne Peters, you ie lucky to hwe
someone who c1n give 1t to you I hxd to le11n by myself
I, Kathleen HTIYIS, glve my technic of running fiom cows acioss fields to Je1n Rodd'1
oi anyone else who might W'I11f to tiy lf
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Tune: "In the chapel in the Moonlight."
Now We leave our school behind us,
But We hope you,ll carry on,
Just remember how We love you,
Although We are gone.
As the years go rolling onward,
May each care become more light,
And may you remember us
Witlm memories bright.
As the long years glow with promise,
And then slowly dim with age,
We look back upon our high school days,
As a golden printed page.
So goodbye to you dear friends,
Please think kindly of us all,
And forgive our parting tears,
As they freely fall.
' -Kathleen Harris
Class Flower-Yellow Rose
Class Colors-Orchid and Silver
Class Motto-Lead, not follow.
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HOME ROOM IV
First Row-Jack Farmer, Harriet Brown, Norman Fethkenher, Iverna Dexter, Roy Davidson, Lorna Grunig,
Otto Boettcher, Eleanor Albrecht, Duane Clemons, Miss Kelly.
Second Row-Donald Evans, Frances Hindc, Ray Hirleman, Marie Beck, Marjorie Hcikens, Evgenia Denison,
William Gibson, Charlotte Hoch, Robert Grohe.
Third Row--Ted Fullenworth, Vzxleria Davis, Donald Barels, Avis Hopkins, Dale Hill, Lorene Bram, Maxine
Broessel, Orville Godwin.
Fourth Row-Frank Dukette, Geraldine Goodness, Bud Farmer, Tom Chapman, Marianna Elk, Paul
Hammerly, Erwin Clough. ,
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HOME ROOM V
First Row-Mr. Billiard, Lowell Larson, Vivian Jordan, Dudley Paulsen, Donald Meyer, Alberta Johnston,
Robert Lowry, Floyd Krenzicn, Janis Hughes, Carroll Nelson, Howard Newell.
Second Row-Marshall Meier, Janet Prichard, Vivian McClurg, Dorothy Rabiner, Deloma Pollock, Dorothy
Ann Mack, LaVerne Jeffers, Eunice Peterson, Claude Jensen, Orville Godwin.
Third Row-Henry Ivers, Violet Newell, Dick McGee, Helen Imlay, Mildred Miller, Lorraine Miller, Viola
' Nelson, Bert LeBeclc, Floyd Latte., Craig Johnson, Donald Hussey.
HOME ROOM VI
FIFSC Row lack Prmce D0l0Ll1y Soper Bob Shannon Margueute Thayer Donald Prxce Une Swanson
Ted Walrath Iaman Stewart Quentm Sharp Jumorette V1l1s M1ss Keplar
Second Row lxexth PICICC Bob Peterson Eleanor Scott H'1rr1et Wxlson Vxrgmla Voylcs Lck Rnchards
Bermce Rausch June Stelg Vxctor Schuclkc Mavrs Sh1rp Ke1th W ll
Tlnrd Row-Clnrles Pomt lean Rodda Orlan Sauter Dons Smders Carolyn RlCl13fdSOH Wayne Peters
Lloyd Thxeman Donald Peterson Donna Belle Satterlee jmck Spooner
TRIBUTE TO JUNIORS
In th1rty fOUl to l11gl'1 school came,
A most outstanclmg class,
In brarns, 1n brawn, 1n every Way
It all othe1s d1d surpass
But now lt 1S a chfferent tale
F1 eshmen and Soplnes are punk,
They re gawky and g1een and the
That most of them W1ll flunk
The Jumor class We fmd 1S best
The standard of the school
W1th the1r super1o1 Wlt and m1ght
The Whole school they can rule
Even fO1 the 86111018
There 1S not much to say,
They re stuck up and homely and crazy as loons
You d thmk they were here to stay
So three more cheers for the Jumors,
Woe unto the school when they re gone
T1s a shame that II1 a year they go
For who W11l carry on?
And th1s my fnends IS a tr1bute,
A tr1bute rare and great
To the class of tlnrty e1ght
By W1ll1am G1bson
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THE JUNIOR CALENDAR OF 1950
Qas predicted by the seersj
1. Mabel Lovejoy ......... .,...... A ctress on Broadway QGold Diggers of 195 op
2. Doris Saunders
3. Bud Farmer ,......
4. Jean Rodda, ,....,,
----...-Cosmetician for Lady Esther
-------.Opponent to Joe Louis
--.-.,L,Reporter for Daily Reminder
S. Victor Schuellce. ,..... ........ R ejmblicarz Senator from Iowa
6. Donald Price r,....... ........
7. Duane Clemons. ...... ..... - -- Editor of Alta Advertiser
8. Richard McGee. .,.... ,..,.,., P rofessor of English at Juanita
9. June Steig. ..,..... -
12. Janis Hughes ....,..
13. Dale Hill .5 .... .
14. Mavis Sharp .......
-.-.----Our Shirley Temple of 1950
Dorothy- Soper. ........ ........ A ppearing on Camel's Caravan
Bob Peterson. ........ ........ A s Shoe Shine Boy I
-.-,,-,-Employed at Metropolitan Opera House
--.--,-.Minister of "Little Church around the corner"
T. Teacher of S. L. H. S.
15. Patricia Olson ....... ........ F irst Wonaan President of B. V. College
16.1 Ted Fullenworth. ..... ....... P resident of our United States
17. Jack Richards .....,, .... . "gag writer" for the sensational comedy team of
"Chapman SC Hirlernanu'
Making debut in Hamlet fShakespeare's immortal playj
18. Helen Imlay ......... .,..... . Air Stewardess '
19. Paul Hammerly. ..,... .... . "sit-down" striker K 1 M
20. Juniorette Vilas, ....,. ........ R eno's annual customer HMM W
21. Donald Meyer.- ,...... .The Robert Taylor of his day ffl Li,,..,,n,,,lfl'-f5lJ"A!y
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I-IOME ROONI VII
First Row-Eugene Fortune, Arlene Feldman, Bob Geisinger, XV:mda Coulson, Raymond Burgess, Doris
Dyvnd, Herbert Andrews, Vinonzi Frerichs, Jack Emmanuel, Miss Sergeant.
Second Row-Walter Feth-kenher, Carl Carlson, Neva Benberg, Kenneth Bolt, Selma Buekendnhl, Leonard
I-Iurliss, Norma Benberg, Esther Carlson, Flora Eickhoff.
Howarcl Gunnerson, Audrey Arrowsmith, Phyllis Coats, Chrisouln Denison, Anton Hansen,
Ruth Bice, Leone Evans, Lloyd Davis.
HOME ROOM VIII
vid Newell, Margaret Haines, Gerald Iverson, Pat Olson, Charles Reed, Lois Morse, Dwayne
Madson, Mr. Burkhiscr.
Second Row-Francis Pendleton, Lucille Michelson, Dick Laird, Vcrlin Johnson, Phyllis Jones, Darrald
Lnuber, Evnlyn Litchenberg, Irene Hammer, Henry Miller, Elma Luepke.
Third Row-Helen Harjes, Donald Jennett, Grace Hnmmerly, Richard Kidman, John Miller, Everett Nitzke,
LaVonne Lnbron, Orville Lucpke, Dorothy Nitzke, Dwight Jennett, Ida Krout.
HOME Room IX A '
First Row-Dorothy Witter, Maxine Potter, Russell Robinson, Norma Shaffer, XVillis Ruge, Ardath Peterson,
Kenneth Shannon, Doris Preston, Roland Sundeen, Harold Witter, Forrest Sievers, Alice Swanson.
Second Row-Betty Whitney, Theryll Robertson, Lois Rindernetht, Virginia Sorenson, Harmon Ruliffson,
Bernzxdinc Soenksen, Frank Scott, Marion Thompson, Harold Shannon.
Third Row-Bruce Rhinehart, Harriet Wlhitney, Dwayne Samsel, Mary Belle Spooner, XValter Wilde, Ardith
Post, Bill XVnlters, Dorothy Spooner, Lorene Steig, Herbert Swanson, Miss Carlberg.
You've heard stories about Seniors, proud and haughty,
About the Freshies, green and naughty,
About thejuniors who always have their way,
But about we Sophs they never have much to say.
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We inconspicuous Sophs go to school from day to da
Worliiiigiliard when We Work, playing when We pla ,
No matter how much hard work we all do,
.Wfe iiever get credit when credit is due.
But next year welll be Juniors having our say,
Then when we,re Seniors, Weill sure have our day.
But in our high school career We've had a swell time,
And We'l1 hate to graduate in '3 9. '
V --Virginia Sorenson
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Ruth Bice-without makeup.
Doris Dyvad-without artistic ability.
Jack Emmanuel-not getting A's.
Harley and Howard Gunnerson-not being twins.
Grace Hammerly-satisfied with her height.
Don Jennett-without long eye-lashes.
Verlin Johnson-stumped on a geometry problem.
Dick Laird-without a Model A.
Lucille Michelson-Harriet Wliitney-without their giggle.
John Miller-without Alice Swanson.
Willis Ruge-being dark.
Carl Carlson-being tall.
Phyllis Jones-missing a dance.
Walter Wilde-witlm straight hair.
Russell Robinson-staying home.
Virginia Sorenson-not talking.
Dwayne Samsel-keeping anything to himself.
Harmon Ruliffson-not being President of the class.
Darrald Lauber-not being fun.
Chrisoula Denison-not talking back to a teacher.
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First Row-Marvin Bach, Elaine fylari-gmt, Harvey Dyvad, Fay Dcppe, Marie Hussey, Lloyd Ehlers, Ruby
Greime, Raymond Hansen.
Second Row-Alvin Gruber, Arlene Deppe, Fidella Barr, Earl Delp, LaVon Holmes, Geneva Juergcns, Marlyn
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Third Row-Jean Davis, Barbara DeLand, Doris Lou Hughes, James Chamberlain, Waxida Anderson, Maxine
Anderson, Charles Feldman, Mary Canelakis.
HOME ROOM XI
First Row-Tom Nash, Dorothy Mictclstadt, Jim Hollison, Betty McGee, Norman Kolb, Ilo Larsen, Donna
Mae Lessmeicr, Kenneth Litchenberg, Shirley LaGrange, Mr. Butt.
Second' Row-Dick Moses, Duane Marmec, Lea Kidman, Donald Hayes, Maurice McCabe, Verna McDer1nor,
Lorna Meinl-ring, Patty Mack, Bob Jorgensen.
'Third Row-Frank Mills, Doris Mictelstzidt, Lucille LeBeck, Suzanne LaGrange, Dick Kearney, Margaret
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,First Row-Marvin Walleiidorf, Joy Stork, Don Scliuler, Yferleeiwaite, Kenneth Ruby, Lorraine Totman, I N
V Bob Nelson, 'Dorothy Watt, Donald Oglesby, Miss Vfliite. ' I QQVQ. -f""L- ,P
"C!Second Row-Rxitlrslmeffield, Ruth Sharp, Elsie Scott, Imogene Nitzke, Melvin XVcitzel, Betty Turner,
Ruth Rabiner, Earl Reding, Mary Peterson, NValtcr Tyson.
f Third Row-Dick Tliorpe, Polly Prichard, Jack Renshaw, Norman W'illcutt, Margaret Parsons, Peggy
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. To send us on the road to fame.
D V " Nqe have English, algebra, and manual arts,
General Science, Latin, and gym,
We Work with our head, our hands, and our feet,
Who says, We,re not keeping in trim?
or all the four years, this year is the best
fOf course it is all that We'Ve hadj
We may get "f's" and We may get "a,s', '
But it isn't so terribly bad.
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Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah!
FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT
Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah!
Storm Lake Fights!
STORM LAKE FLIGHTS!!
STORM LAKE FIGI-ITS!!!
Basketball Captain, '37
Football Captain, '37
. STORM LAKE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Storm Lake 19 Alta O
Opening the season against our old rival, Alta, on our home field, the Tornadoes
showed outstanding strength on both offense and defense and turned in a decisive 19-O
victory. Toohey counted two touchdowns, and "Red" Evans blocked a punt for the other.
Storm Lake 0 ' Sac City 7
Sac City, boasting one of the best teams in the history of their school, scored a lone
touchdown five seconds before the half to eke out a narrow victory over the Tornadoes.
The game, played on Sac's field was very interesting, and, although we lost, we were proud
of our team.
Storm Lake 0 Spencer 0
Playing on Spencer's field under a strong wind, the Tornadoes, although coming very
close several times, could not push the ball over the goal line. Nevertheless, they showed
that good old "do-or-die" spirit, and Spencer was forced to retire scoreless also. This
was our first Conference game of the season.
Storm Lake 19 - 4 i Spirit Lake 0 '
Playing on our own field against a strong south wind, the Tornadoes swept the
powerful Spirit Lake Indians off their feet to bring home a 19-0 victory in the second
Conference tilt of the season. Toohey was responsible for two touchdowns and Paulson
caught a pass in the third quarter and ran 20 yards to convert it into a touchdown.
Storm Lake 6 Ida Grove 0 '
Reversing :QQ 62-6 defeat at the hands of a strong Ida Grove team last year, the Tor-
nadoes returned with a 6-0 victory this year. The highlight of the game was a 20-yard
run by Otto Boettcher, left guard, for the only touchdown after intercepting an Ida
Grove pass. Our whole team played heads-up ball and showed exceptional form.
Storm Lake 20 Emmetsburg 0
This was our third conference game and was played on our home field. As usual, our
Tornadoes rewarded us by turning in a decisive victory. Floyd Latta, our right half-back,
turned in a star performance, and was responsible for two touchdowns. Sauter, our hard
driving full-back marked up the other touchdown and also the extra point.
Storm Lake 9 Estherville 21
Although playing a good game, the Tornadoes were forced to take the small end
of the score in their first Conference defeat of the season. The game was played at Esther-
Ville on an icy field and the giant Esthers took advantage of the breaks to score three
touchdowns and extra points. The Esthers were the undefeated and undisputed Cham-
pions of the Lakes Conference this year, but the Tornado linemen completely outplayed
Storm Lake 0 Cherokee 0
This game, our fifth Conference clash of the season, was played on our home field
in the afternoon. Although the Tornadoes were held scoreless during the game, the
Indians were also unable to score. The Tornadoes turned in a very fine performance.
Storm Lake 19 LeMars 6
To end one of the best Football seasons here in many years, the' team turned a 53-0
defeat at the hands of the Bulldogs last year into a 19-6 victory in our last Conference
tilt. The honors were well divided, with Chapman, Mittelstadt, and Ruby, our standout
freshman fullback, accounting for the touchdowns. The game was played at Bradford
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First Row-Charles Reed, Ted Walratli, Otto Boettchcr, Duane Clemons, Donald Wfitter, Leonard Juer-
gcns, Richard Evans, Norman Fethkcnher, Darwin Evans, Dudley Paulsen.
Second Row-Paul Hammerly, Kenneth Ruby, John Fcthkcnher, Orlan Sauter, Kenneth Shannon, XVayne
Peters, Floyd Latta, Frank Mittelstadt, Charles Toohey.
Third Row-Mr. Burkhiser, Tom Chapman, Bert LeBeck, Bud Farmer, Bill XV:xlters, Dwight Jennett, Mr.
First Row-Don Evans, Harmon Ruliffson, Frank Mills, Anton Hansen, Norman NVillcutt, Bob Peterson,
Morris McCabe, Darrald Lauber, Harold Witter, Marlin Fcthkenher, Don VnnClcvc, Keith Pierce,
Second Row-Ted W3ll'3fll, Otto Boettcher, Bert Lelieck, Paul Hammerly, Dudley Paulsen, Kenneth Ruby,
Richard Evans, Don Wfitter, Frank Mittelstadt, Bill Walters, Bud Farmer, Charles Toohey.
Third Row-Floyd Latta, Stanley Teachout, John Fethkcnher, Leonard juergens, Charles Reed, Norman
Fethkcnher, Duane Clemons, Orlan Sauter, XVayne Peters, Darwin Evans, Kenneth Shannon, Tom
Chapman, Jack Richards, Dwight Jem-iett.
Fourth Row-Dwayne Madson, Don Jennett, Ted Fullcnworth, Floyd Krenzicn, Norman Kolb, Frank
Scott, Francis Pendleton, Marvin Bach, Don Schuler, Ray Hirlernan, Forrest Housman, Don Peterson.
DARWIN EVANS CI-Ionorary Captainj
"Red,', playing at the left wing position, well earned his title as Honorary Captain
for the Storm Lake eleven. "Red,, played good ball all the way through the season, block-
ing many punts and breaking up many passes. He graduates this year and will be greatly
missed by his succeeding team mates.
"Clem," covering the right end of the line, did an exceptionally good job blocking
punts and stopping end runs. "Clem" has one year left and is expected to carry the pink
and green home with another winning team.
I FRANKLIN MITTELSTADT
"Frank," playing his second year at the center berth, played fine ball all during the
season and could be depended upon to give the team some accurate passing. Frank gradu-
ates this year.
"Popeye,', playing that kind of football everyone likes to see, well earned his halfback
position. He was a light man but he had a deadly tackle and was Il good ball carrier. This
is "Popeye's" last year but he will be remembered by his Storm Lake High classmates as
a good, all-around athlete.
"Whitey" substituted freely for Toohey. Both played the half position and Latta,
like Toohey, was a good ball carrier and punter. This is his last year of football for
Storm Lake High School.
"Orlie," at the position of fullback, exhibited some very fine smashing, tackling,
and blocking and will be back next year to help the pink and green through another
successful year of football.
l'Eddy," playing at the half position, exhibited fine ball as a good blocker. Eddy
was a consistent ball player and will be missed greatly next year.
"Lank," playing right tackle, was out there doing a good job of tackling. He played
a very good game of football during the whole season. He has one more year left and
weire all expecting a lot of him.
'iDon," at che left tackle berth, played bang-up ball game all season. This is "Don's"
"Ted," a consistent blocker, was "in there" on every play and was responsible for
the success of many plays going through his side of the line. He will be back next year.
. OTTO BOETTCHER
Otto, a hard driving guard, played good ball all during the season and was always
where he was most needed. Otto has another year left.
V DUDLEY PAULSEN
"Dud," another one of those hard hitting juniors sharing equal honors at the center
berth with Mittelstadt. He improved rapidly during the year and is expected to have
more of that accurate passing from the center berth next year.
A TOM CHAPMAN -
"Tommy" did a good job of calling the signals as well as carrying the ball for some
good gains. He was also a good blocker. See you next year, Tom-
"Johnny,,' playing guard on eitherlside of the line, proved to be very efficient
on both the offense and defense and will prove to be much more so in his next two years.
- "Dick," playing his first year for the pink and green, played good ball at the right
tackle position. You could always depend upon him to stop those plays. This is "Dick's"
"Kenny," for a freshman, proved to be good competition for "Orlie" as Ruby also
played in the fullback position. Ruby has three more years left and we are expecting
much from him. X
"Marsh," playing at the left wing position, will prove to be a good man to fill the
shoes of Darwin Evans who graduates this year. "Marsh" can always be depended upon
for getting in there and making those efficient tackles. He will be back next year.
"Richards,', light but mighty, proved to be a good man for the quarterback position
and he seemed to put pep into the team. See you next year, too, Jack-
"Pete," substituting for Toohey, played consistent ball all the time he was in there.
He will be back next year and we are expecting much of him.
The annual football banquet was held Friday evening, November 27, 193 6. There
were about 100 in attendance. Following the dinner served by the Home Economics
Department, talks were given by Mr. Jarnigan, Mr. Burkhiser, Mr. Ruby, Mr. Welch, and
Duane Clemons. Mr. Sheffield acted as toastmaster. Letters were presented to the boys,
and Duane Clemons was elected captain of the 1938 football team.
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Tom Chapman, Marshall Meier, Bert LeBeck, Lloyd Thiernan, Charles Toohcy, Mr. XVclch.
Norman Kolb, Duane Madsen, Onto Boettcher, Kenneth Shannon, Bob Nielson, Bill Walters, Donald
Jeni-iett, Kenneth Ruby, Dwight Jennctt, Johnny Miller, Frank Mills.
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Personals Field Goals Free Throws Total Points
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Harold Wall, Francis Bullard fStudent Mgrs.j
S easorfs Games
Lake ..... 38-XV Sioux Rapids .....,
Lake ..,.. 47-W Cherokee ,....,..
Lake ...... 12-L Emmetsburg .,...
Lake r..... 19-L East Sioux City ,,,...
Lake ...,.. 19-W Sac City ......r......
Lake ...... 24-L Spencer .........,
Lake ...... 21-W LeMars C ...,..,
Lake .,,... 15-L Sibley ,... ' ....,........
Lake .... . .,.. 3 3-W Alta .LL ...........- W.--
Lake ,,..r,..,,,. 34-XV Spirit Lake ..,.. , .,.......
Lake .L .... 2 S-W Cherokee .....,,.
Lake ,...., 3 4-XV Fort Dodge ....,..,
Lake .,.... 2 S-W Alta ......,.,......,
Lake ,..,., 21-W Spencer .....,,,-,
Lake -- 23-W Emmetsburg .... .
Lake ............ 2 8-W Sibley -L ....,,....r
Lake, ...,.,, ..,...,..,.,... 2 6-L Spirit Lake .....,
Lake ....... ........e,..,.. 4 0-W Albert City ..,.
Lake .,,..,, .,,............ 2 3-W Newell ,.........,.
Lake ....... ..,........,...... 3 3--W Sioux Rapids ,..,.,
Lake ,,r,,,, ,.,,-,,,,,,..r.,.. 3 S-XV Alta ,,,.,,.,.,..r...,..
Lake ,,r,,,,, ,..,,.,,.,.,,.. 3 2-W Sutherland ....,,
Lake ,,,...,,,,,, 2 S-W Emmetsburg ,.,.....,
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Second Row-Mr. Burkhiser, Thomas Lovejoy, Leonard Juergens, Bob Kolb, Kenneth Flohr, Dunne Clemons,
' BOB Korn KENNETH FLOHR
This year's Track team not only did well in the County Track meet
but Won high honors in seven other big meets.
They began the season with the Pocahontas relays. Kolb set a new
record in the shotput, Flohr Won the high jump, and the two-mile relay
team, Scott, Lovejoy, Sheffield, and Van Buskirk, hung up a new mark
in this event.
In the Drake relays the two-mile team placed sixth, rating well up
in the top half.
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At the Lakes Conference the Welchmen scored 25 points to tie with
Cherokee with Kolb setting a new mark in shot and discus.
At the triangular meet, Alta, Sac City, and Storm Lake, the pink and
green scored 75 M points for an easy victory.
The District meet was held at Cherokee, with the Tornadoes win-
ning 38 points to finish in fourth place. Kolb tossed the shot 48 feet 8
inches and the discus 132 feet 7 inches. These marks were Kolb's best of
the year. Flohr also put his best foot forward with a high jump of S feet
In the Estherville meet Bob Kolb contributed one of the four shat-
tered records which marked the Annual Estherville relays. Kolb scored
9 points for the Tornadoes, giving the best performance of his career. He
heaved the 12 pound ball 48 feet 6M inches, more than a foot over his
best previous mark, to shatter the meet record. Storm Lake tied with
Marathon for 8th among 32 schools.
The County meet at Alta was another easy victory for Storm Lake,
scoring 62 M points they finished in the lead.
Bob Kolb, Kenneth Flohr and the Tornado mile-relay team came
back home from the State meet at Ames with the highest rating ever won
at this event by a Storm Lake team. They finished with a tie for 12th place
with Wilson High School of Cedar Rapids.
Kolb placed third in discus and won fifth in shot. Flohr took third
in javelin throw and narrowly missed landing in the scoring columns of
the high jump. Their time was not fast enough to qualify for the finals,
Storm Lake finished well above some of the other larger schools in
Kolb shattered the record of 11 of the 12 events he entered in.
In closing the files for the Track of 1936, a very successful year, we
wish to express our appreciation to the track lettermen: Kolb, Honorary
Captaing Flohrg Van Buskirkg Tooheyg Lovejoy, Sauter, Clemonsg and
Dwight Jennett, and to the man behind the team, Coach Chauncey XVelch.
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First Row-Bruce Rhinchart, Keith Pierce, Miss Keplar, Miss McLane, Miss Carlbcrg, Dick Kearney,
Second Row-Mavis Sharp, Virginia Mills, Don XVittcr, Richard Evans, Jack Emmanuel, Maxine Broessels,
Third Row-Donald Jcnnett, Bert LeBeck, Donald Bnrels, Franklin Mitrelscadr, Evalyn Scott, Dorothy Watt.
Sponsors ........ Miss McLane, Miss Keplar, Miss Carlberg
President ........ - ......... - ....,. - ........... Franklin Mittelstadt
Vice President ............. ,.,..,.... R icharcl Evans
Secretary-Treasurer ....... ..... ..... ...... I Q e ith Pierce
There are 12 student members and 5 student advisors on the
Student Council. They convene with their sponsors the first
and third Wednesdays of each month. The purpose of the
council is to promote understanding and harmony between the
faculty and the students. During the first semester, the organ-
ization established an efficient traffic system, and it has also
sponsored all the school dances. On October 29, four members
attended the annual Student Council Conference at Spencer,
at which were representatives from all the schools in the Lakes
Conference territory. The conference was held to encourage
First Row-Robert Whiteside, Donald Bellows, Junior XVillfong, Bud Mack, Jack W'atkins, Dcne Abben,
Richard Garrett, Raymond Hanson, NVayne Peterson.
Second Row-Duane Vilas. Marlin Fethkenher, Donald Schuler, Merlin Milton, Lewis Voyles, Ivan Delp,
Edward Van Cleve, NVayne Schulcr, Mr. Burkhiser.
Third Row-XValtcr Tyson, Frank Mills, Donald Hayes, XVillis Straun, Charles Feldman, Norman XVillcutt,
Fourth Row-Lawrence Darnell, Kenneth Litchenberg, Bill Arnett, Roland Fethkenher, Lyle Sievers, Max
Paulsen, Donald Teachout, Dick Thorpe.
The Model Club is composed of 30 Junior High and High School boys, under the
able leadership of Mr. Burkhiser. The acting president is Dick Thorpe, and Norman YVill-
cutt is Secretary. Purpose: To further boys' interest in Woodcraft.
The Art Club held regular meeting each Wednesday' afternoon. In the fall, they
sold little yarn dolls that were pink and green, school colors, and used the money to help
buy a design book for the Art Department,
First Row-Peggy Prichard, Lea Kidman, Ruth Sheffield, Susan LaGrange, Miss Mann, Lorraine Totman,
Betty McGee, Margaret Krasky, Alberta Johnston, Mary Canelakis.
Second .Row-Frances Hinde, Mavis Sharp, Barbara DeLand, Bonnie Manzer, Maxine Potter, Bernice Rauseh,
Norma Shaffer, Eleanor Albrecht.
Third Row-Doris Mittelstadt, Polly Prichard, Dorothy Mittelstadt, Wanda Anderson, Jean Jones, Mar-
garet Parsons, Eunice Peterson, Imogene Nitzke.
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First Row-Bud Farmer, Bruce Rhinehart, Bill NValters, Victor Sehuelke, Norma Preston, Mavis Sharp,
Pat Olson, Dorothy Soper, Marjorie Figi, Arlene Hill, Helen Ford, Ruth Gibson, Virginia Mills,
Second Row-Mr. Billiard, Frank Dukette, Avery Laubcr, Harmon .Ruliffson, Frank Scott, Dclorna Pollock,
June Steig, Dorothy Rabiner, Ruth Daniels, Pat Potter, Florence Muck, Frances Nitzke, Peg Thomson,
Martha Wlilson, Carl Carlson.
Third Row-Ray Hirleman, Jack Richards, Howard Flores, Franklin Mittelstadt, Jane Scott, Evalyn
Scott, Kathleen Harris, Darrald Lnuber, Bob Wlieat, Keith Pierce.
Fourth Row-Tom Chapman, Charles Gunncrson, Bud Mclchcr, NVendell Pendleton, Duane Clemons,'Don
XVitter, Clarence Rice, Joe Cain, Donald Lane, Tom Hardyman.
Sponsors ...,.. ...... M iss Kelly and Mr. Billiard
President ................................ Norma Preston
Vice President ............ ..... F rances Nitzke
Secretary-Treasurer ..... ............. P at Potter
Tornado Troupers is the pep club of the high school and
has done much to promote interest and enthusiasm in ath-
letics. There were 48 members this year. Eighteen of them
were initiated in October, by being made to dress like little
children and ride to school on tricycles. The Troupers spon-
sored Homecoming Which was held the 29th and soth of
October, and also had charge of several novelty pep meet-
It can safely be said that the success of our football and
basketball teams this year was due in part to the inspiration
and enthusiasm created by the Tornado Troupers.
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First Row Helen Imlay Velma Oglesby Lorene Bram Eunice Peterson Bernice Rausch Virginia Voyles
Valeria Davis Charlotte Waterbury
Second Rom L1Verne Bernard Vcr1 Hargcs Bcuhh C1mpton Robcrm Jenkins Miss Anderson Mildred
Miller Loretu Sumter
The Normal T1 aining Depai tment, under the splendid
year, there are thirteen gnls, seven Seniors and six Juniors
On September 16 the unior girls were lnitiated into
the T N T Club Throughout the year there have been
several potluck dinners sei ved at the homes of the different
Senior girls On Friday preceding Mother s Day, ch girls
entertained their mothers in the High School Dining Room
In compliance with state requuements for the Normal
Trauung certificates, the Sen1or girls observed and taught
foi four days in the 1111 al schools of this county
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supervision of Miss Anderson, has made great progress this
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First Row-Kathleen Harris, June Skcels, Arlene Hill, Donna Belle XVillcutt, Marjorie Figi, Ruth Daniels,
Second Row-Virginia Mills, Beulah Campton, Norma Preston, Martha Wilson, Betty Powell, Loretta
Sauter, Ruth Farel.
Third Row-Helen Ford, Evalyn Scott, Florence Mack, Ruth Gibson, Frances Nitzke, Miss Wilson.
President ..... ...................... I- Ielcn Ford Program Chairman ................. Evalyn Scott
Vice President ......E.............. Ruth Gibson Service Chairman .................... Ruth Farcl
Secretary -.-..................... Norma Preston Social Chairman ..................... Arlene Hill
Treasurer .......................... Pat Potter
September 24: We enjoyed a picnic at the south end of the lake, followed by a movie.
October 26: We had a potluck supper at Beulah Campton's home.
November 23: Informal initiation. At this time, 39 junior and senior girls were taken into the club, thereby
by increasing our membership to 58. At 6:30 a dinner was served by the new Hi-Y-Ettes, after which
an interesting toast program was presented.
December 7: Formal initiation. The 39 new members were formally admitted to the organization. After
the ceremony, we played games and had a light lunch.
February 25: We were served a noon luncheon by the Home Economics Department.
During the year we had regular meetings once a month. As our Christmas project, we supplied a needy
family with a basket of food and several boxes of clothing.
NEXV MEMBERS OF I-11-Y-ETTES
First Row--Marianna Elk, I.aVerne Jeffers, Alberta Johnston, Deloma Pollock, Dorothy Rabiner, Lorene
Bram, Maxine Broessels, Mavis Sharp, Dorothy Soper, June Steig.
Second Row-Miss Wilson, Marie Beck, Dorothy Mack, jean Rodda, Marguerite Thayer, Roberta Jenkins,
Rafa Shannon, Eleanor Miller, Eleanor Scott, Janis Hughes, Carolyn Richardson.
Third Row--Frances Hinde, Janet Prichard, Dorothy Fauble, Lorraine Miller, Avis Hopkins, Helen Imlay,
Donnabclle Satterlee, Harriet Wilson, Jane Scott.
Fourth Row-Bernice Miller, Dorothy Michael, Marie Keller, LaVernc Bernard, Janaan Stewart, Ivcrna
Dexter, Lorna Gruni, Peg Thomson, Melba Thorsrud.
First Row-Bob Peterson, Jack Richards, Keith Pierce, jack Spooner, Paul Hammcrly, NVilliam Gibson,
Wayime Peters, Marshall Meier.
Second Row-Quentin Sharp, Avery Lauber, Tom Chapman, Howard Flores, Dudley Paulsen, Bud Farmer,
Ray Hirleman, Duane Clemons, Mr. Bridge.
Third Row-Charles Gunnerson, Bud Melcher, 'xVenclcll Pendleton, Ernest Frerichs, Donald Witter, Franklin
Mittelstadt, Joe Cain, Charles Point, Thomas Lovejoy.
President ............ ..... H oward Flores
Vice President ...... ..... B ud Melcher
Secretary ...,..... ...........,........... J oe Cain
Treasurer .........,..........., Franklin Mittelstadt
This year the Hi-Y Club, under the able leadership of Mr.
Bridge, was a very effective organization. The membership was
increased from 9 to 25 by initiating, formally and informally,
16 new members. Meetings, in combination with dinners served
by Miss Cai-lberg and the home economics classes, were held every
two weeks at noon on Tuesdays. The Hi-Y boys had charge of
the check room during the County Basketball Tournament, to
raise money for the Quad State Fellowship, held at Sioux City
on April 2, 3, and 4, at which time they were represented by two
The new Hi-Y members for this year include: Ray Hirle-
man, Jack Richards, Duane Clemons, Tom Chapman, Paul
Hammerly, Williain Gibson, Jack Spooner, Keith Pierce, Thomas
Lovejoy, Bob Peterson, Wayne Peters,.Dudley Paulsen, Marshall
Meier, Bud Farmer, Charles Point, and Quentin Sharp.
First Row-Kathleen Harris, Stanley Teachout, Vivian Tuttle, Jack Emmanuel, Harley Gunnerson, William
Second Row-Bud Melcher, Wendell Pendleton, Miss Sergeant, Charles Gunnerson, Frances Hindc.
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The affirmative debaters were: A Wendell Pendleton, Bud Ax,
Melcher, Vivian Tuttle and Stanley Teachout. Negative de-
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manuel, and Harley Gunnerson. Kathleen Harris and William I I !
Gibson alternated the affirmative and negative respectively.
Practice debates were held with LeMars, Cherokee, and
Rockwell City. The team was entered in the Four State Tourna- I , - L-161 J
ment at Spencer and the district tournament at Spencer. Miss E1
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This year, our Speech Department has been stressed unlike other years. There have .i7'f'1"f'1 ff
been three contests: Extemporaneous, Original Oration, and Interpretive Reading. Prelim-f, V, Q., V, I' ri,
inary contests were held in each of these sections on different occasions preceding the' '
semi-final and final contests.
The preliminary Extemporaneous contest was held
December 4. The entire student body took part and two
I l winners were selected from each Home Room. The semi-
final contest was held in January, the winners being: Jane
Scott, Donald Price, Frances I-Iinde, and Jack Emmanuel.
The final contest was held February 9, 1937, with Don-
ald Price winning first place. He represented Storm Lake
High School at the district contest at Spencer on February
This new phase of speech instruction was added to the
curriculum only this
were members of the
contest were: Arlene
year. The preliminary contestants
speech class and the winners of this
I-Iill, Jane Scott, Ruth Gibson, and
The final round was held February 9 with Jane Scott
She represented Storm Lake High
declared the winner.
School at the district contest at Spencer on February 19.
M INTERPRETIVE READING
This section was also a new and entirely different feature
of speech instruction which was introduced this year. The
entrants of this contest were members of the speech class
and semi-final winners were: Martha Wilson, Helen Ford,
Virginia Mills, and Vivian Tuttle.
At the final contest on February 9, Helen Ford was
pronounced the winner.
This year, for the first time in history, our high school had a "Home-
coming" celebration. Thursday night, October 28, the entire high school
and some of the alumni, led by the band and the football boys, marched
up town and had a pep meeting in the middle of Main Street, from there
we proceeded to Bradford Field, where, grouped around a huge bon-fire,
we were led in some more yells. Then we listened to speeches given by
Herbert Thayer, Mr. Butt, and Darwin Evans.
Friday afternoon we had a parade, consisting of clever floats made
by each of the four classes in high school, the Art Club, Letter Men, Normal
Training Girls, Tornado Troupers, the Hi-Y boys, and the Hi-Y-Ettes.
Friday night, Storm Lake played a very successful game with Emmets-
burg, winning by a score of 20-0.
We all had so much fun that we hope "Homecoming" will continue
to be one of the important events in the yearly calendar of Storm Lake
FETE DE FOUS
The annual High School Carnival was held Friday night, December
4. The first part of the evening was spent in visiting various booths,
stands, and sideshows. There was everything from an exhibition of the
Dionne Quintuplets to a very fascinating-and hazardous-Spook Alley.
Then the floor was cleared for a tug-of-war between the grade schools
and a basketball game between St. Mary School and Hayes.
I At the conclusion of the basketball game, the crowd attended the
Orpheum in the auditorium. The program included a Spanish Dance' given
by Mavis Sharp, Avis Hopkins, Iverna Dexter, and Norma Preston, a one-
act play entitled, "The Doofunny Familyn presented by Mr. Butt's Home
Room, and under the direction of Helen Ford, and a clever minstrel show
under the direction of Miss Wilsoii. During the evening a blanket, a
turkey, and chickens were awarded to holders of lucky tickets. On the
whole the Carnival was one of the most successful we have had.
MAY FETE, 1936
May Queen ...,.,w,......,......,,.................,. C ,.,......,....,.., Marjorie Mittelstadt
Queen's Attendants ......... .....,...........,...,..... S enior Girls
Crown Bearer ....,.,......,. ...,......,,............... C orrine Keith
Train Bearers ......,.....,................,..,.....,......, Don and Dean Mittelstadt
CORONATION CEREMONIES -
Entrance of the May Queen and her attendants.
Crowning of the May Queen.
Dance in honor of the Queen by the Senior Girls.
A review of the months:
June .........,.,.......,..........,......... . .........,.,.,.,.... Tennis Routine-Sophomore Girls
July .................,,...,.......... ........ P atriotic Drill-Seventh Grade Girls
August ,...,.., C...'lBoy, My Driving Iron"-Junior Girls
September ...,,.. ...,., . Football Routine-Junior Girls
October .....,.,.. ....,.. . Dance of the Witches-Freshman Girls
November ...... ,......r A mpleforth Sword Dance-Junior Girls
-------.Swedisl1 Christmas Dance-Freshman Girls
.--.-,..Mock Fight-Freshman Girls
-,--.-.,Parade of the Wooden Soldiers-Sophomore Girls
American Country Dances-Eighth Grade Girls
.-----..Stunts-Eighth Grade Girls
May ,..... C ,.,.. -n ....,.,..r....... - ..,........... .. ...,..... XVinding of the May Pole-Junior Girls
Pianists-Norma Preston and Janet Prichard
The annual Junior-Senior Banquet was held Friday evening, May 8, at the Storm
Lake Country Club. Those in attendance were members of the junior and Senior classes
and the high school faculty and their Wives.
The theme of the banquet was "A Night In Venice," which was cleverly carried out
in the decorations and toast program. Blue and silver, the Senior class colors, predominated.
The program was as follows:
Gondolier .......r.--...... v....,,.V.... C .....-.. ..................... B u d Melcher
Welcome .,,........ .......... F ranklin Mittelstadt
Response ............,,.. .......... C .... . Paul Sheffield
Night in Venice ....... ....... Y ....... ,Arlene Hill
Italian Skies ........... C ............,, ,..,,.,. B ill Hartman
Gondola ..........-.......-- .............. ....,... M i ss Sergeant
Happily Floating .........f-..... ...........................v....,..-,.r,.,...... - ,..........,....,....,. B ette Quirk
Thuniming a Guitar .,..r................................,..,...,...................,,......,,...,.,,,r.,,,,,,,,,,,, Mr, Ruby
During the banquet, musical entertainment was provided by Carl Moltman, Donald
Price, and a group of sophomore girls.
After the banquet the remainder of the evening was spent in dancing to the music
of Carl Nebbe's orchestra. Between dances the group was entertained by Misses Martha
Wilson and Melba Thorsrud, who performed a Spanish dance, and by the Gay Trumpeteers,
Marshall Holmes, and Avery Lauber.
First Row-Donald Evans, Iverna Dexter, Richard Evans.
Second Row-Alberta Johnston, Frances Hindc, Virginia Sorensen
The high school, not having adequate facilities for printing a paper
of its own, was extremely fortunate in securing a portion of the regular
Storm Lake paper for such a purpose. Our school paper consisted of three
columns in the Storm Lake Register, which is published every Tuesday
afternoon. In it were classroom write-ups and original poems or articles
by the students, as well as news of extra curricular activities. There was
a special holiday edition during the Christmas vacation.
In February, the staff sponsored a contest to select a name for the
paper. Miss Anderson, submitting the clever name, "High Breezes," was
declared the winner and presented with a box of candy. The people with
the fifteen best names were each given a small prize.
The staff was changed from time to time during the year, but the
most permanent corps of newspaper workers was as follows:
Sponsor ...................... - ................................. Miss Eddy
Editor ,,,,,.......-..-, ..... V irginia Sorensen
Assistant Editor ...................................... Frances Hinde
Reporters .,,,..........., Alberta Johnston, Richard Evans,
Typists ....,.......,.,.,...,,........ Marie Keller, Eleanor Miller
We all appreciate the effort and work put forth by all the members
of the staff to make our high school paper one of the best and most inter-
esting of its kind.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY OF 1936
The Senior Class of 1936 presented "Skidding"-a three-act comedy under the
direction of Mrs. Iris Smith, on May 26, 1936.
Aunt Milly .....,.., ......,, 0 ra Marie Mickle
Andy ,....,,...,.,,. ,.............,. M erle Bolt
Mrs. Hardy ........... ......... I -Ielen Fisher
Judge Hardy .,,,. L ......... ,,...... B ill Hartman
Grandpa Hardy .,...,... ........ ,,.. L B ill Scott
Estelle Hardy Campbell .... Dorothy Kidman
Marion Hardy ........................,e Ruth Iennett
Wayne Trenton III .................. Bill Ruliffson
Myra Hardy Wilcox. ii.. - ......, Fanny Treloar
Mr. Stubbins, ........... - .......... Herbert Thayer
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
On November 9, 1936, the Junior Class presented, under the able direction of Mrs.
Iris Smith, a three-act comedy entitled, "The Haunted House.
Morgan, the Tramp .,...,.. .... . .-.Henry Ivers
Emily, the Bride. .......... ,,..,..... M avis Sharp
Jack, the Tramp ..............,... Williani Gibson
Thomas, the Chauffeur .......... Lowell Larson
Duncan, the Author ....,.,.....,,.. Donald Price
Helen, the Wife. ....
Isabel, the Girl. .,................ .Deloma Pollock
Ezra, the Constable -L ............ Donald Evans
Ed, the Milkman. ..,,...,..r.........,.. Bob Lowry
Grogan, the Detective ......,. - ...... Dale Hill
Evans, the Father .,...,,.,....,.......... Jack Spooner
' ONE ACTS
On March 30, 1937, three one-act plays were given, under the direction of Mrs.
Smith. The plays and their respective casts were as follows:
NEIGI-IBORS TPIE RING AND THE LOOK
Miss Ellsworth. ........,,. Donna Belle XVillcutt Tommy Tuttle ,.,. .............,.... R ay Hirleman
Peter ..i............. - ..........,. Richard Brader Marian Tuttle ............,..,,...,.,,.. Betty Powell
Inez. ...,...,, ...,,... K athleen Harris The Maid. ......,.... ..,1.,... S uzanne LaGrange
Grandma ....,. ,..... ,.,. V i vian Tuttle Billy Martin .,...... .......,.. D uane Clemons
Miss Trot ....,... .,,.... V irginia Mills
Miss Abel ........
Miss Moran ......
Ezra.- .......,. ..
Mrs. Tuttlew, .......,... Frances Nitzke
Doris Moore .,..... - ......... Doris Lou Hughes
Clair Burnham .,.,...... ,..,.,. , Lorraine Totman
Evelyn Granger ............
JOAN THE SECOND
Ashburne .......,r.,.........,............. Keith Pierce
Anthony Quinn. ...........,.., Richard Kidman
Hugh McLean .,... .--- .,.,.... Paul Harnmerly
Joan McLean.--, ..,,.,... Margaret Parsons
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Skeels, Doris Hughes, Doris Mittelstadt, Gloria Iverson, Orville Luepke.
V iolas-Joy Stork, Ruth Sheffield.
Cellos--Florence Mack, Patty Mack, Wfanda Coulson, Elizabeth Watt, Verlin
Clarinezfs-Bob Lowry, Evalyn Scott, Dorothy Mittelstadt, Claude Jensen.
Comets-Avery Lauber, Donald Meyer.
DTIZIIZLIIZETX-J2Ck Richards, Lorraine Totman, Donald Barels.
French H01'7lS-M3fShHll Holmes, Alvin Gruber.
Flutes-Janet Prichard, Phyllis Jones.
Oboe-Nina May Rindernecht.
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Delomm Pollock Do1othyRab1ne1 Darrwld Lauber Du1ne Marmet Mfme
Keller Chules Feldman Bluce Rhmthaxt Mfuy Noxth L1Von Holmes
Margaret Palsons Polly Puchard Jack Immanuel
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Michael, Janet Prichard, Helen Ford, Arlene Hill, Vinona Frerichs, Dorothy Witter, Alberta Johnson,
Jean Jones, Mavis Sharp.
Second Row-Donald Price, Jane Scott, Eleanor Albrecht, Janis Hughes, Wanda Coulson, Ruth Gibson,
Florence Mack, Betty Powell, Martha XVilson, Virginia Mills, Norma Preston, Franklin Mittelstaclt.
Third ,Row-Howard Flores, Harold Witter, Kenneth Ruby, Marshall Holmes, Clarence Rice, Tom Stewart,
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Dorothy Michael, Lorene Bram, Jane Scott, Lucille Michelson, Eleanor Albrecht, Donna Belle Willcutt, Janis
Hughes, Deloma Pollock, Wanda Coulson, June Steig, Ruth Gibson, Helen Ford, Florence Mack, Arlene
Hill, Betty Powell, Dorothy Witter, Martha XVilson, Alberta Johnston, Virginia Mills, Janet Prichard,
Vinona Frerichs, Phyllis Jones, Norma Preston, Mavis Sharp.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT K
A very unusual spectacle took place when our band performed at
the Sub D1StF1Ct Mus1c Contest th1s year Avery Lauber was g1ven the
honor of dxrectmg the band through one of thelr numbers Th1S band
recelved a Super1or ratmg and lt was the behef of many that th1s unusual
feat was for a large pa1t respons1ble
Th1s year Storm Lake H1gh School had an orchest1a of 31 members
They also 1ece1ved a Superxol rat1ng 1n the Mus1c Contest
The G1rls Glee Club was composed of twenty four members They
came out on top wlth a Super1or rat1ng after s1ng1ng two well known
numbers Star Lullaby and Ch1nese Lullaby
Storm Lake I-hgh was very proud of the1r M1Xed Chorus th1s year
In the contest they sang Phylhs and Thls 1S the Day wh1ch resulted
1n a Superlor ratmg Th1rty slx voxces part1c1pated 1n th1s chorus and
we re proud of every one of them
Solo1sts and other mus1cal groups wh1ch entered and recelved
Supeuor ratmgs were as follows Avery Lauber Colnet Bob Lowry
Clarmet Dudley Paulsen Tuba Marshall Holmes French Horn Charles
Tenor G1rls Sextette Patr1c1a Mack Cello Brass Sextette Stung
Those recexvmg lowe1 ratmgs were V1rg1n1a M111s Soprano y
Stork V1ola Dorothy Ann Mack X7l1Ol1I'1 Bettv McGee Saxophone
Suzanne LaGrange Snare Drum
A11 the contestants who rece1ved Super1or 1n the Sub D1str1ct Con
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August 31 Hr How was thc. vacatron9 These were some of the remarks heard
on thrs the dw of be rnnrng Freshmen, freshmen everywhere plus four new
September 1 The real month and dry of bevrnnrng Schedules some good 'md some
not so good but 111 of them permanent for one semester
September 2 3 School began at 8 00 and we had the 'rfternoon off because of the Legrorr
Day and Old Settlers Day QI wonder how mrny hrgh school grads were back for
Old Settlers D1y J
September 4 Class offrcers were elected todfry Seems as though the stronger sex pre
September 8 Maguzme sellrng started today Bet the town xrrll be swamped wrth pests
for 1 week'
September 14 Who were the srx Senror grrls th rt rnvaded the crty of Hanover and at
tempted to sell the natrves mag1zrnes9
September 16 The Senrors recerved then cox eted prrzes for rmgazrne sellrng plus the
certrfrcates wrth red and gold seals I wonder who the grrl was that threatened to
krll a fellow Senxor p'rl wrth r Bowre knrfe th'rt she euned rn the nforementroned
September 23 Georfve Barrett gave us 1 lecture on snakes Suzanne L1Gr1nge and m
Hollrson held the lrttle sprrtes for hrm whrle he chatted wrth us Wonder how they
the show and those elegant caramel suckers
September 25 Peppy pep meetrng up town Wfon our frrst football game thrs ve1r wrtr
Alta 19 to 0'
September 30 Natronal Musrc Contest wrnncrs uartet entertarned us today Boy that
bassoon player ' '
October 12 I got A plus Wlmo do you thrnk you are, 'lI1YllOW7 You ve guessed
rt report cards You bctcln ' 1
October 14 Some of the sweetest lrttle boys and grrls vrsrted school todav Trs rumored
they got thcrr prctures t1ken Guess they were called New Tornado Troupers
October 29 Hrgh School Homecomrng Festrxrtres started tonrght wrth a rrp roerrrn
pep meetrn up town md 1 bonfrre rt Bradford Iqreld
October 30 Homecomrng Parade thrs rfternoon Pep personrfred' Drd anyone see all
those go1ts9 We won our grme wrth Ilmmetsburff by the breath tfrkrng score of
to 0 '
October 31 Hrlloween Pranks' I wonder rf anyone saw a lrve ghost '
November 9 Junror Class Play Drdn t B111 Grbson make a handsome Brrdegroom9
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November 11-N0 school! Football game: Cherokee-0 Storm Lake-O! What a game!
Who saw the "Black Cat Mystery"?
November 20-Last football game for the Seniors. Tornadoes-19 LeMars-6. Also
first school dance with the school jazz orchestra playing.
November 24-Barn Dance Frolic. Yippee! XVa-hoo! Eoooooooo!
November 25, 26-Thanksgiving vacation. Turkey! Sleep!
December 4-Fete-de-Fous! Weren't the quintuplets pretty? I heard that the Spook
Alley really slayed them. Of course I didn't try it-Eeeeek!
December 8-Won our first basketball game this year with Sioux Rapids. It looks as if
we'll have a good season.
December 11-No school! Teachers took time off and visited Cherokee. Not that we
minded in the least!
December 18-Senior Class put on the annual Christmas Program this afternoon. What
an abundant supply of Christmas trees! Merry Christmas-two full weeks of it ! l I
January 4-Back again to the realm where men are men and women are just as good!
January 15--No school today because teachers were averaging semester grades. I knew
there was a catch in it-somewhere ! !
january 18-Second semester started. Game at Alta at night with the Tornadoes on top.
January 29-Another game wich Alta tonight. We won and therefore we still have the
bucket-with another tack in it.
February 5-The Music Department gave its annual concert tonight.
February 9-Oration, extemporaneous, and interpretive reading contest tonight.
February 11, 12, 13-County tournament here. The Tornadoes flashed straight through
and won the finals!
February 19-Another school dance tonight. Who didnit see Gangster's new sweater?
March 3-The Morningside String Quartette played today. I certainly liked their ren-
dition of "Turkey in the Strawf,
March 10-Had two assembly programs today. Mr. Harrison gave us a talk on Sing Sing
Prison, and the Hanscom players presented a four act comedy.
March 10-13-District Tournament at Sioux City. Tornadoes were defeated by Sibley
in the semi-finals.
March 18-20--Sub-District Music Contest, here. Storm Lake carried off fifteen superiors,
four excellents, and two goods. Nice work, musicians!
March 22-2 S-This week we had the pleasure of hearing a series of short talks on Holy
Weelc given by the various ministers of the city.
March 26-29--N0 school ! ! ! Easter vacation!
March 30-One-act plays were presented tonight under the capable direction of Mrs.
Smith. They tell me that the play casts really worked hard on these plays ! !
April 1-Goodbye fellow schoolmates ! ! Sorry, but this manuscript has to be rushed
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Mr. LeBeck: "My boy, think of the
Bert: "I can't. It's Peg's birthday and
I have to think of the present."
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Deloma: "Do you want to see where I
Wendell: "If you don't mind showing
Deloma: "Right over in that office
there with the doctor's sign on it."
Barber Cwaving bottle of hair tonicj:
"Will you have anything on your head
when I'm through?"
Popeye: "I doubt it."
.Harriet Whitney: "I wish I could fall
Lucille Michelson: "Well, you'd better
fall into something pretty quick, because
the shade is up."
Ray I-Iirleman fin a poetic frenzy as
they strolled along the shorej: "Roll on,
thou deep and dark blue ocean, roll on."
Lorraine Totman: "Oh, Ray, how won-
derful you are! It's doing it."
Mr. Preston: "Does my daughteris prac-
tising bother you very much?,'
Neighbor: "No, but tell me, why
doesn't Norma take off her mittens when
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Panhancller: "Gimme a dime for a sand-
Keith Wall: "Let's see the sandwich
Kenny Ruby: "Why is your face so
Virginia Mills: " ,Cause.
Kenny: "Cause Why?,'
Miss Keplar: "I only wish that I could
be your mother for one week."
Craig Johnson: "I'1l speak to father
Frank: "Mr, Prichard, I have been going
with your daughter for five years and-3'
Mr. Prichard: "Well, Frank, what do
you want-a pension?"
Ardath Peterson: "Look, at that funny
man across the street."
Doris Preston: "What is he doing?"
Ardath Peterson: "Sitting on the ground
talking to a banana skinf'
Miss McLane: "I-Iow far off from the
right answer to the first problem were
Floyd Latta: "About four seats."
Donald Barels: "Care if I smoke?',
Dorothy Fauble: "Heck, no, I don't
care if you burn up."
Donald Meyer: "What do you say to a
tramp in the woods?"
Mabel Lovejoy Qgreatly offendedj: "I
never speak to them."
Mr. Butt: "What distinguishes men
Lorene Bram: "Men have money!"
The lights were lowg the fire was falling
into glowing embers. Donna Belle and
Russell were seated on a long sofa before
the fire. It was so cozy there-just they
two. He gazed with a gently questioning
look at her. She looked at him and sighed.
Each was wondering-who was going
after more wood.
Kathleen I'I1rr1s evctendmg cont11bu
t1on boxj W1ll you help the Workmg
G1rls Home s1rP
Speed Lovejoy Why sure How fu
away do they l1ve9
0 Cun Women 'uen t wh It they
used to be
Jody Lane No they used to be 1rls
uentm Sha1p May I have the last
dance w1th you?
Ruth Damels You ve just had If
Mr Preston What t1me d1d Herb
leave last mght NO1mR7
father Q Three she sud to he1self IS
'1 quarter of twelve
Ave1y I am hke 1 t1ee I am rooted at
CClock str1kes elex en th1rty
Helen Yes but you never leave do
Avery put forth
Betty Turner w1th an 1nqu1r1ng m1nd
stood at her 1nothe1 s knee and f1om the
CXPFCSSIOI1 of her flee was ev1dently
evolv1ng some knotty problem
Mrs Turner What 1S It Betty?
Betty fsenouslyj If I grow up and
marry shall I have '1 husband hke Papa?
Mrs Turner fduufullyj Yes dear I
Betty And 1f I don t ma.1ry shall I
grow up l1ke Aunt Susan?
Mrs TUIHCK Ihope so
Betty Well I am 1n a f1X
Duane Clemons A thlng of beauty 1S
of great expense
Donald ennett What tune 1S 11: when
the clock strlkes tl111'tC61'17
Dw1ght Jennett Pl.-111116 the clock was
Howa1d What s the d1fference be
tween tl1e North and South Pole?
Huley All the Cl1ffC1Cl1CC 1n the
found 011 Duane Marmet s entry card
QUESTION GIVC your parents names
ANSWER Mama and Papa
Dorothy M1ttelstadt Let s gxve f1fteen
rahs fo1 the ehaperons who can be deaf
dumb and bl1nd
Polly What house pet 1S If that 15 so
gene1ally admlred sought after and Val
ued yet more abused tmmpled upon
k1cked about looked down upon and
beaten mo1e than any other?
Peggy I don t know
Polly A carpet
Donald Pr1ce A person who s1ngs at
the top of h1s vonee for an hour upon
ar1s1ng w1ll not be troubled by lung trou
bles 1n h1s old age The chances are that
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A SYNOPSIS OF ALL GRAND OPERA
The IICIOIHE s husband bestows h1s af
fectxons upon another I-Ie IS d1scovered
by the hero1ne s lover and promptly
strangled Hero1ne then pursues dead hus
band and stabs 111111 1n the stomach after
wh1ch she d11nks POISOD and checks out
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