Storm Lake High School - Breeze Yearbook (Storm Lake, IA)
- Class of 1946
Page 1 of 86
Pages 6 - 7
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Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 86 of the 1946 volume:
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High school days and experiences have a reputa-
tion for being long remembered, as well they
should. In the belief that you, the students of
Storm Lake High, will look back with pleasant
thoughts on your high school memories, we
have tried to portray typical scenes of school life
and activities in this yearbook.
We have chosen as our theme young people of
America as they are today, for we sincerely be-
lieve that these young people are indispensable to
our world and that we, as American youth, will
always remember this period in our lives.
And so, with the hope that you will look with
approval on our efforts, we present to you the
GVlIllIltlfl'S and Sfuclcfnfs
who gave fbeir Iiws for fbvir C'0IllIIiVj'
Otto Boettcher Theodore Wfalrath
Maurice McCabe Frank Lessmeier
Richard L. Moses Wallace Kettle
The youth of America have served their country in many a
crisis. In the national emergency just past several who attended our
school sacrificed their lives that our American way of life might
To the memory of the above men who gave their lives, and to
any others whose record of attendance at our high school is in-
accurate we respectfully dedicate this first postwar Breeze.
And when life,s shadows deeper grow,
Weill cherish all the memories dear,
With festal scenes of eviry year.
Besides the fact that they keep the building in tip-top shape, we like our custodians
because of their friendly smiles and helping hands for everyone.
MR. BICRNAT MR. BAUDFRS MR. NELSON
H. Raun, Carl A. Steffen, Dr. H. E. Farnsworth, Dr. F. C. Bridge,
Morton KI. Hughes, June Rose, L. A. Danncnburg.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Dr. F. C. Bridge .,,.....,.,...,,.........,,...O. O..O,.....O. ..... . P residelff
Jane Rose ........,....... ..,. . Secrefczrgf
Morton Hughescee.. .... ,TT6tlS7lVU1f
The Board of Education is so often overlooked by the students who
have no direct contact with its members. We, the Class of '46, Wish to
take this opportunity to express our appreciation to the Board for its
support, and fine cooperation in working toward the betterment of our
TOP ROW-Shirley Deppe, Carl Sellden, Stu Iiischeid, Victor Pickstacdt, Mr, Mogck.
BOTTOM ROW-Miss Johns, Bill Richards, JoAnn Witt. Lyle Eilcrs, Jack Miller.
Lyle Eilers ,vOOOOO,AO.OOOO,.. .,OOOOOAAOOOO Presidcvzf
Carl Sellden O- OOOdOOA.OOOO Vive-Presidelzf
V JoAnn Witt AAOOO.OO.,.,OOOOOOOO OOO... S ecrcffary-Trcrzszzrer
Mr. Mogck, Miss johns OOOOO .ll, ,.,OO,,.,OOOOOO,, A cl visors
To let the pupils have a chance to participate in the governing of
Storm Lake High School and to promote better understanding and
closer contact between the faculty and students is the purpose of Student
Much has been done this yearg they sponsored Pep Day and Pep
Queen, held many successful dances, promoted W. P. A. Week and
Biggest project of the council was the revision of their constitution
to make it broad enough to be the constitution of the student body.
The president of the council under the new constitution will be presi-
dent of the whole student body and there will be more regular members.
Principal E. T. Mogck
This was Mr. Mog,ck's first year at S.L.H.S.
He introduced many ideas that have made for
the betterment of our school. Our thanks to
him for his interest in us and his attention to
our problems, both large and small,
Superintendent A. R. Block
Mr. Block has worked with us and helped us
since our first days in high school. And his
moving to the other building as superintendent
has not caused him to lose interest in us. The
class of '46 takes this opportunity to thank him
for his cooperation, and loyal support of our
Sez'1'vfary fo flat'
A ver leasant addition to the
superintendent's office with Q1
cheery smile for all.
Eriglixla ana' Biology
She trods a path between English
and Science classes.
M. H. HONSBRUCK
The marines have lrindedgwelcome
to our school faculty.
B. L. BRIDGE
A friend to all-with his movies
jokes and science classes.
Our capable history teacher left us
the first semester
Thanks to her for all the help on the
drawings for the annual.
Our new Phys. lid. teacher who has
always planned n good time for all.
She has given us three years of good
music and a pleasant smile with
a lot of fun.
Mizflaemaficx amf Typing
Annual advisor-always Z1 friendly
smile and a helping hand.
A senior sponsor-quiet but helpful
member of the faculty
Coach and Physical Eiliication
Superb coaching brought us our most
successful years of sports
Always helping-always busy. Sponsor
of junior class and G. R.
Sc'c'1'c'fa1'y fo the Principal
The handy man around the place left
us-she wrote slips and answered
telephones for two years.
ETHEL G. WHITE
The typing and shorthand pupils
her praises sing.
Senior Sponsor-loyal supporter of all
sports and our senior class
Sllieccfo and English q
One of the busiest with speech, English, i l v:vl, .-,-I V if i
junior H1-Y and dramzmcs. r. L
-rl W R.
W. B. GREEN , r
Back from the Army-Oh, my aching f-1 cv, i
G.l. back-especially from march- I II' Q-, ',"" . .
ing band. "fr A . .-----
, ,..,.r 1 l
English ami Latin
Our capable Hi-Breeze sponsor who
helped to make it very successful.
Secrvfary fo the Principal
She very capably filled the vacancy
ff, ' 1
Everyone in good voice to-
Our dramutics teacher relaxes!
,lust Ll minute of your time,
Shurr and bigorrie, if it isn,t
Mr. Mogek trying to teach
those kids some govern-
Mr. -Iones and study hull.
Aw! Have L1 heart Mr. Green.
You were young once.
Don't look now Miss Johns,
but someoneis following
Mr. Block and his off-springs.
Juke and jake-just talking
Our versatile principal.
ROBERT WHEALEN "Bob"
Give me my rar and my 'woumn
and I think I xbull live.
Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,4:
Track 1,2,3,43 Band 13 Orchestra 1 3
Mixed Chorus 2,3,4j Boys' Chorus
1,2,3,43 Boys' Quartet 3,43 Mixed
Quartet 3,43 Operetta 1,3 3 Christmas
Program 2,41 Home Room Play 13
One Acts 13 Student Council 23 Viee
President 2: Tornado Troopers 1,23
Hi-Y 3,41 President Home Room 13
Vice President Class 11 Secretary-
Treasurer Class 3: President Class
43 Senior Play3 Breeze.
A more c'ffic'iw1l laxx will
izeuer Ill' fonmf.
Girl Reserves l,2,42 Secretary 23 Hi-
Breeze 43 Girls' Athletic Association
l,2,3,4Q Cabinet 1,23 Vice President
Ill OLSON "Daw"
Grwrf 'IIIUII buzz' fmfrl ilyizzg
fairly 111111 I KIUIIVI fn-I xo :WH
One Acts 2: Junior Play: Hi-Y 3
Class President 1 3 Football 3: Track
-13 Vice President Class 43 Breeze.
,IOLLLE HANSFN "Io"
Some girls are born for
Band 2,3,43 Orchestra 1,23 Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3,43 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,43
Operetta 1,32 Christmas Program
2,43 One Acts 1,23 Student Council
13 Hi-Breeze 1,2,3,43 Assistant Ed-
itor 33 Girl Reserves 1,2,3,43 Cabinet
2,42 Class President 33 Kamera Klub
13 String Sextet 13 Senior Playg
Quirl? Wfr lVomleV.
Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 23 Mixed
Chorus 43 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,43
Flute Quartet 3,41 Woodwind Quin-
tet 33 Home Room Play 13 Girl Re-
serves 1,2,3,43 Treasurer 33 Cabinet
23 Girls' Athletic Association 23
Class Treasurer 43 Hi-Breeze 43 Op-
eretta 1,33 Christmas Program 2,43
JACK SCLTNIIDT "S4f1llff:"
Here sifs fbe zuiml in fbix
4Transfer from Spencer 11 3 Football
1.3,43 Basketball 2,3,43 Traci? 2,3313
Hi-Y 3,43 Vice President 43 Class
President 23 Senior Play3 Business
PATRICIA NXfHlTlQSlDlf "Pal"
Dmff lvl me zleeeiifr' you-I'nz
full of Ibm' devil.
Band 1,2,33 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4:
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4: Operetta 1,33
Christmas Proirram 2,43 Flute Quar-
tet 3: Home Room Play 13 Tornado
Troopers 23 Girl Reserves 1,2,3,43
Cabinet 2,33 Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion 1.2,3,43 Cabinet 1,2,43 Vice
President 43 Kamera Klub 13 Secre-
tary-Treasurer 13 Class Treasurer 13
Vice President Home Room 2 3 Treas-
urer Home Room 43 Swim: Band 43
Assistant Editor Breeze.
CARL Sl.l,l,lJl.N Claim
A qlziel fongzn' lmx ilx lrlucr
in lbe worlrl, aim.
Basketball 33 Band 3,43 Swim: Band
3,43 One Acts 33 Student Council 43
Viee President 43 Hi-Y 3,43 Intra-
mural 2,ft3 Captain 43 Senior Play:
Assistant Business Manager Breeze.
W'lu'n I lbiuk I mm! xjwak.
Mixed Chorus 2,3,4: Boys' Chorus
1,2,3,43011eretta 1.3: Christmas l'ro-
gram 2,43 One Acts 2,33 Hi-Y 3,43
Home Room Seeretary-'l'r4-asurer 13
Senior l'lay : Junior Play 3 Hi-Breeze.
MARILYN kll2NN1i'l'T "fur"
Sba' 1111121 buf om'-ul ml film:
Mixed Chorus 3,43 Girls' Chorus
1,2,3,43 Girls' Sexlet 3.4: Girls' Trio
43 Mixed Quartet 43 Om-retta 1,33
Christmas Proxrram 2,11 Girl Re-
serves l,2,3,43 Cabinet 23 Girls' Ath-
letic Association 1,2,3,43 Cheerleader
,IULIAN SII.Vl'lRliURG "llfIUll.u"'
Thr XIIIIHOIIX lyjw-1111! 4fo11'f
Ir! kim fool you.
Band 2,2143 Orchestra 1.2: Mixexl
Chorus 3,13 Boys' Chorus 1,3,4:
Ooeretta 1,33 Christmas l'ro1:rarn 43
lli-Breeze 1,23 Hi-Y 3.
DORIS NICUMAN "Nm"
1lfl1I1'H1'.1 url' my buf xllfljrfl.
1'l'ransfer from Denison 213 Girls'
Athletic Association l,2,3,L1.
DONALD HINTZ "Don"
Hr um! 111 mir bLll'HlUlIIZl'.
Band 3,113 Boys' Chorus l,4Q Swim:
Band 3.43 Mixed Chorus 43 Home
Room l'lay 23 Junior Class Play:
Uperetta 3: Kamera Klub 13 Christ-
mas Program 4: Assistant Direetfu'
of Band 43 Breeze.
ROSILMARY CROXVLI-QY "Ru.1ir"
Szwrf lllllAit' from b1'1'fi11g4'l'-
lipx Jolb flow.
Band 2,33 Orchestra 1,23 Mixed
Chorus 2,3,43 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,43
Operetta 1,33 Hi-Breeze l,2,3,43 Girl
Reserves 2,3.4: Girls' Athletic Asso-
eiation 13 Home Room Seeretary 23
Christmas Program 2,43 Kamera
Klub 13 String: Sextet 13 Breeze.
MARY ANN RlfliSlf "Mu1"'
liyrx nm .xjwruk fm:-rxlm'i11lly
I'l'I'2-lI1SI'0I' from Larchwood 21 3 Band
2.33 Swing Band 4: Orchestra 23
Mixed Chorus 43 Girls' Chorus 2,3,4I
One Arts 23 Operetta 3: Christmas
Proprram 43 Girl Reserves 2.3,43
Girls' Athletic Association 2,3313
Cheerleader 43 Breeze.
IVIMI uflruflirlll burr girlx?
MAR IAN NA AUST
A luzxy mimi uml u lmjrjvy brarf.
Gi1'l Reserves 2,3,4 3 Junior Class
GORDON BAUSTIAN "Candy"
Than luis! ll big bear! and big frrt,
Track 2 3 Intramural 2.31 Home
Room l'lay 1,23 Student Council 23
Hi-Y 3,43 Treasurer 43 Breeze.
VIRGINIA KOLB "Ginny"
SfJr'x ax zzzrrry in Ibm' Jay is lang.
Band 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 2,3,43
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,43 Clarinet Quar-
tet 3,43 Operetta 33 Christmas Pro-
uram 43 Junior Play3 Home Room
Play 1 2 Senior Play: Hi-Breeze
2,3,4: Girl Reserves 1,2,3,43 Vice
President 33 Cabinet 2,33 Secretary-
Treasurer Home Room 13 Kamera
Klub 13 Breeze.
BRUCIQ PA'l'lilf "Pai"
Ili' ix one of our ufblrlic' 11111111
nf luuxi b1"x out rl My nigbl.
Football l,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43
Track 2,3,43 Band 13 Boys' Chorus
43 Hi-Y 3,43 Secretary-Treasurer
Sbc frivii ami xbc siircurdcil.
GAIL FOSTER "Fi'0.vfy"
I xbcii bigb xrbooi biilzilx wilb
high xrbooi riayx.
VIRGINIA HACKLER "Gii111y,'
Gooif fbingx some in small
Hi-Breeze 43 Girl Reserves 2,3,43
Art Club 33 Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion 13 Breeze.
LESLIE OATMAN "LUSH,
I zuoriiirr which girl wiiigo bmi
uziib fbix fic.
fTransfer from Alta 13 3 Football
I,2,3,1lQ Basketball l,2,3,4Q Track
l,2,3,43 One Acts 13 Hi-Y 3,4.
DONNA GEORGE "Doi1i1ic,'
Easy going llllil iaikiilive.
Svriolix in bix IL'0I'k im! iizlwif
iijion bllI!ilZg fun.
If I could only xieep as xozmrlly
ut nigh! as I wuz when iff iimc
io gat 1111.
DOROTHYANN SMITH "Duff"
High School Jays have lhcir Jr-
iigbfx, but lbvy Cllllyl comlnarf
with high school nights.
Mixed Chorus, 2,3,43 Girls' Chorus
1,2,3,4:Gi1'ls' Sextett 2,3,4: Girls'
Trio 3,43 Operetta 1,33 Christmas
Program 2,41 Home Room Play 1,23
One Acts 1,21 Junior Play3 Girl Re-
serves 13 Girls' Athletic Association
Ncwr :lo today what you run
pu! off mziil tomorrow.
Manager Basketball 3 3 Track 2 3
Home Room Play 23 Home Room
President 23 Hi-Y 3,4.
JOANNE RICE "low"
Whiz xbc n'ocs11't know she ran
bluff you i7ll0 lbiuking sbn' fiom.
Girls' Chorus 1 3 Home Room Play l 3
Tornado Troopers 1 3 Cheerleader
3,41 Girl Reserves l,2,3,43 Treasurer
2 3 Girls' Athletic Association 1,2,3,43
Home Room Treasurer 2 3 Vice Presi-
dent Class 33 Breeze.
JACK WOOD "Wo0ciie"
WL' lbougbi Romeo was Jcml.
fTransfer from Atlantic 21 3 Basket-
ball 3,43 Football 33 Band 1,2,3,4:
Orchestra 23 Mixed Chorus 1,2,43
Boys' Chorus 1,2,43 Boys' Quartet 41
Mixed Quartet 43 Junior Play 43
One Acts 33 Operetta 33 Christmas
Program 43 Hi-Y 3,43 President
Class 23 Intramural 4: Senior Play.
BONITA BONEBRAKE "Nita"
A willing and abil' worker.
Home Room Play 13 Girl Reserves
2,3,4: Cabinet 4: Art Club 33 Vice
President 33 Breeze.
EUGENE CATTERMOLE "Cat"
Dolfl vroxx lbs' bridgv lill you
form' I0 il, ix ll prorrrlf olal, and
of f'.X'L'L'lll'l1l wif.
Track 2: Band 1,2,3,4: Mixed Chorus
2,3,4: Boys' Chorus 1,2.3,4: One Acts
1,3: Home Room Play 1.2: Oper-
etta 1,3: Kamera Klub 1: President
1: Trumpet Trio 4: Intramural
LEATRICE SPAHN "Lr'f"'
Silfvzfv ix golalvn, wby lu' a mixer?
fTransfer from Odebolt ll: Junior
Play: Christmas Program 43 Girl
Reserves 1,2,3,4: Girls' Athletic As-
sociation l,2,4: Senior Play: Breeze.
WALTER STOCK "Wall"
Wixt' HIC!! argur' rauxrxg fools
Football 3,4: Track 233,43 Band
1,2,3,4: Orchestra 2: Mixed Chorus
3,4: Boys' Chorus 3,4: Brass Sextet
2,3,43 Home Room Play 1: Junior
Play: Opcretta 1,3: Christmas Pro-
Jlram 2,4: Hi-Y 3,45 Senior Play:
Brass Quartet 4: Breeze.
IACQUELYN BATTI-IRN "laCkit"'
"Lifz' juxl rollx along."
Band 1,2,3: Girls' Chorus 1: Student
Council 1: Girl Reserves 1,3: Girls'
Athletic Association 1: Home Room
Play 1: Home Room Secretary 2.
Always Wally for u good limc.
Football 3.4: Track 2,3,4: Band
1,2,3,4: Mixed Chorus 2,3,4: Boys'
Chorus 1,2,3,4: Boys' Quartet 3:
Operetta 1,33 Christmas Program
2,41 Home Room Play 1,21 One Acts
1,21 Junior Play: Student Council 1 3
Hi Breeze 1,2,3: Hi-Y 3,4: Secretary
4: Kamera Klub 13 Vice President
13 Intramural 3: Brass Sextet 4:
Trumpet Trio 43 Swim: Band 4:
JEAN ANNE JARNAGIN
Sincrrily marks hw llrmlx-u
4Transfer from Sheldon 21: Band
2,3,4: Orchestra 23 Mixed Chorus
3,43 Girls' Chorus 3,4: Saxophone
Quartet 2,3,43 Woodwind Quintet 3:
Swing Band 2,3,4: Operetta 3:
Christmas Program 4: Home Room
Play 2: One Acts 2: Girl Reserves
2,3,4: Hi Breeze 2,3,4: Editor 4:
President Band 43 Breeze.
GLORIA PORATH "Glo"
Silence ix more muxiurl Iburz
HAROLD DYVAD "Glu"
He ix Ihr kind of I1 molorisl
who lblnkx a I0l'0l!I0lll'l' wbix-
tlvx at croxxingx fo kvclz up its
Football 3,4: Track 2,3,4: Home
Room Play 23 Student Council 33
Hi-Y 3: Kamera Klub 1.
Away ufilb bookx-lvl'x burr fun.
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3: Operetta 1:
Home Room Play 23 Junior Play:
Girl Reserves 1,2.3: Cabinet 1:
Home Room President 13 Home
Room Secretary 3.
EUGENE WISSLER "W'isx"
A 171111 ix lhc lowcxl form of
hunzor-but, oh, xo flczfrw.
Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1,2,3,4:
Track 1,2,3,4 3 Mixed Chorus 4 : Boys'
Chorus 4: Christmas Program 43
Home Room Play 2: Student Coun-
cil 33 Vice President 3: Tornado
Troopers 23 Hi-Y 3,43 President 4:
Vice President Home Room 1 3 Presi-
dent 2,4: Secretary Class 1: Senior
Play: Football Captain: Breeze.
EVELYN DALLMAN "Eric"
Goal gum' IIS our ubilifivx-I IISK'
fbv bcxt of mine.
Home Room Play 1,2: Hi Breeze 4:
Girl Reserves 2,3,43 Art Club 3:
Secretary 3: Breeze.
ROBERT WALRATH "Wally"
A boy who will stop, look, amz'
A111'1'li11'x losx 0111' g11111.
1Trans-fer from Aurclia 41.
DARRELL SNYDER "S11j'1ly'
Lim' llI!'1'l'llj' lllllll 11ilbo11l
Home Room Play 13 Junior 1'lay3
BEVERLY THOMAS "B1'1"'
S01111'li1111'.v she silx 11111l lbinlzx,
111111 so111c'!i11z1'5 xhv jnxl xiis.
DOROTHY GERBER "Dot"
ROGER R ICHARDSON "Rag"
Not guilfy 0f6l.1'll1glC lbi11g--
Il0f wen xlmly.
I'I'ransfer from Sulphur Springs 31 1
Hi-Y 3,4: Basketball 1,21 Band
1,2,3,43 Intramural 4.
MARAIORIH KAUFMAN ffMdV',Q!',l
W,0Vl',j' 11111l I haw 111'1'c'r 1111'l.
Mixed Chorus 2,3,43 Girls' Chorus
l,2,3,4: Om-retta 1,33 One Acts 13
Christmas Program 43 Junior Playg
Girl Reserves 1: Girls' Athletic
TZ11' llL'l'Ilflf'fl7 1'1'11f111'3' is lou
Always 'j11xlw11s"or ' will b1"'
Girls' Athletic Association 1,2 3 Cabi-
ROGER RADIQR "Rug"
I 1l0I1,f kill lime by lbinking.
Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,33 Hi-Y
DONALD LAWSON "Don"
N0 1111111 11,fb0i,vi11 Il hurry is
Q lllllfl' cizfilizml.
Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43
Track 1,2,33 Tornado Troopers 23
Hi-Y 3,43 President Home Room 3.
NATALIIZ CHAPIN "Nut"
A 11111111111 L'd7I,f g11111'1111l1'1'
Band 1,22 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 3 Girls'
Chorus 1,2,3,43 Girls' Sextct 33
Mixed Quartet 3: Operetta 1,31
Christmas Program 2,43 Home Room
l'lay 13 Girl Reserves 1,2,3g Girls'
Athletic Association 1,23 Breeze.
LYLE RAUN "R11bl1itU
1ll't'1' quirk with 111111111 111111 xlalr.
Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43
Track 1,2,3,4Q Band 1,2,3,43 Orches-
tra 1,23 Mixed Chorus 2,3,43 Boys,
Chorus 1,2,3,43 Operetta 1,33 Christ-
mas Program 2,43 Home Room Play
1: One Acts 23 Junior Play: Senior
Play: Hi-Y 3,4.
DONALD CLOUGH "Don"
Thru' ix 11 zvomrm ul ibn' brgiu-
ning of uil grvaf llaingx.
Football 2,3,4: Basketball 2,3,4 :
Track 1,2,3 : Home Room Play 1 .
Hi-Y 3,4 : Home Room Secretary-
Treasurer l 1 Home Room Vivo Presi-
MARILOU GAES "Lou"
Rhyllmz-l1o1111J on n frail of
nun' jiffl'?'lIIl.Q slvjwx.
Girl Reserves 1,2,3 1 Girls' Atlilvtic
Association l,2,3. !
ARNOLD MATHEXVS "Aruy,'
lVIOHkl'-Y lzuxinrxx ix Ihr xllirr
Football 1.3.41 Intramural 1,2,4:
One Acts 1,21 Track 2: Boys' Chorus
1,2,4: Opt-rvtta 11 Kamera Klub 1:
l,Yl.F MYRTA lfll.liRS "MVN"
A11 Oflfllfflll forumul by ILWIIIUII
1'l'ransfer from Lakewood, Ohio, 2h :
liansl 4: Mixed Chorus 3,43 Girls'
Chorus 1,3,4: Operetta 3: Christmas
Program 41 One Acts 2: Junior
Play: Student Council 4: President
41 Hi Breeze 2,3.4: Girl Reserves
23,43 Cabinet 2,3,4: President 32
Home Room Treasurer 3: Swing
lianil 41 Treasurer Band 41 Breeze-.
Yun go you r :my and I'll
Home Room Play I : Hi-Y 3,-1.
THHRIQSA MCCABF "Mu1"'
Ilujvjiwy um I uml fr'4'i'frrn1l l'Lll'l'.
l'lll'2lllSi'0!' from St. M:u'y's 3b.
LADON SORICNSON "Don"
To :lo or 1101 fo :ln-Ibn! ix
Q'I'ransfvr from Nemaha 3l 3 Hi-Y -41
Senior Play: Breeze.
BARBARA ALLEN "Barb"
'I'l1i'rv is .vrmzrfhirfg ulwnf tl sulfur
Band 1 : Girls' Chorus 1 : Girl Re-
serves 1.2.33 Girls' Athletic Associ-
ation l,2,3,41 Sevretary 3: Cabinet
1,2,3,4g Home Room President l 3
Home Room Play 1,2 1 Opcretta 1 :
Junior Play 1 Choc-rleanli-1' 3.4 : Iirvvze.
IOHN NFILSON "johnny"
I bxll 4' offru r4'gVvlIz'il my spi-1-rl:
--buf lll'l'l'?' my Xfll'lIt'l'.
4'l'ransfvr from Dunlap 33.
Smilc uf tbl' uorlil uml Ibm'
zmrlil .mzilm lmrle ut -yon.
4Transfer from Sulphur Springs 41.
RICHARD CUPPY "Dirk"
Liff' jnxl rally along.
Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1,2
Home Room Play 1: Hi-Y 3,45 vi.-J
President Home Room l: Boys
Chorus 4: Intramural 3,4.
May 23, 1946
President Robert Whealen .,e,...,. , ,ee..e,e e,eee.,,. Presiding
Processional rr......,,., r .,rr....,...,r.......r......... . ...... Class of 1946
Address ttttt ttt.,tt C C tttttttt..,t Rev. Walter H. Traub
Pastor, Kountze Memorial Evangelical
Lutheran Church, Omaha, Nebraska
Announcement of Class Honorsm-, .......... Supt. A. R. Block
Presentation of Class ssssss.,sssss,...sssss.,t Principal E. T. Mogck
Awarding of Diplomas tssvsssssstssssssssssstsssstss Mr. H. E. Raun
President, Board of Education
Our World to Build
Maroon and Silver
West school alumni.
P11ls4Arehie and Wayne.
Playmates-Ted and Sally.
Evolution of Wissler.
Jenn Anne and Carl-ain't
Down on the farm with
-Ieniee and Annette.
Wzltch the birdie, Jane!
Wliy sueh a frown, Virginia?
Good old South School.
' mt big blue eyes, Pat!
Happy Birthday, Wfayne.
jenn Anne QHubba! Hubbalj
XVhnt's keeping you, Wgllt?
Our little Prima Donna
Marianna QCuddlesj Aust.
Aw! Come on Arnie, smile.
The first lap-kindergarten.
Looking for someone, Miss Swanson? He just works there.
Cjokej. Glamour on Main Street. Always room for one more,
eh. W'iss? Alun! caught in tlie act, Lee. Mnnls best friend-do
you blame him? Gus is up to liis old tricks again! Our
liditor meditates. Take 11 gander at that evil eye! Pray, tell
us, pretty maiden, what pleases you so? Um, L1 lovely group
of femininity. Sueli a pretty smile. Aye! And what ii pretty
lassie is slie. Now really, Barb! You cnn't slide on tlmt. Tlmt
goes for you too, Nat. Looks like L11 Don and Roger in a big
conference. How's the water, -Ioelle? Areliie and luis trusty
Farmnll. He takes to water like 11 duck. You weren't going
unywliere were you, boys? wil1LlfCl11l tlwinlcing about, Verlin?
Here's a studious lookin' chap. You enn see tlie Pep nncl
entliusiasm written all over their faiees. Ooh! Legs. Patriotic
plus. .lust n lennin' and gi restin'.
Barbara Sellden ,., ,.,..... . ..,. , . . ..., cP1'esic1011f
Dwayne Belt srsr ssrs s ssss Vice-P1fcfsiclc'11f
Pam Jones .... Secrcfffzrgz-T1fc'fz.vz11fe1f
Our fellow upper classmen have been doing a swell job.
They sold pop, popcorn and apples at the games, all of
which went to put on a super prom. They have made an
outstanding showing in all outside activities and have
helped to guide the underclassmen along the right track.
These, our future seniors, have long awaited the final step,
and through hard work it is finally to be theirs. We leave
to them a successful senior year.
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Home Room III
Ted Fritcher W ,..,, ,,,7,,,7 P resident Don Glow ,,,, , ,.,,Srwrfffary-Trenxzzrm'
Dwayne Belt H ,,,, .,7,, ,,,,, Viz'4'-Prrsizlrflzf Shirley Deppen , 7,,, ,,,,, S f111fr'11f C01nlc'il
TOP RQVr7-Q1m-:HCC Dnrnull, Jack Anderson' Frank Boyd' Jim Hawbeeker, Bob Allen, Ronald Hanson, Don Glow, Darwin
Larson, john Fertig. THIRD ROW'-Dwayne Belt, Ted liritcher, Vernon Comstock, lfrnest Bosley, Jerry Holliday, Andrew
Hansen, Dick Hughes, Melvin Abbot, Verlin Lee. SECOND ROW'-Don Dandy, Phyllis Edwards, Shirley Deppe, Lois Fertig,
Charlyne Nelson, Mary Alice Anderson, LaVonne Gutel, Betty Hess, Miss Kahuda. BOTTOM ROVV-Phyllis Grienke, Carol
Jenson, Norma Bice, Pam Jones, JoAnn Iillis, Sally Gilstacl, Allene Burch, Wanrlpi Bell, Royal Fortune. NOT PICTURIQD-
Home Room IV
Ruth O'Bricn ,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , Prexiderzl Charlotte Straight .,,,, Sf'l'l'l'flllj'-Tl'l't1SIlVCT
Eloise Yon ,,,,, ,,,,, , . Viz'1'-Presirleflt Jack Miller , ,,,, ,,,,, , ,Sfzmleni Cfl1IlIl'fl
TOP ROW'-Don Mittelstadt, Bill Milton, Mark Van Voorhis, Bob Phillips, Kenard Roberts, Fritz Samuels, Leona Weliiiieyer,
THIRD ROW'-Dean Mittelstadt, Cora Zoffka, Keith Miller, Barbara Sellden, Milo Pearson, Donna Rockwell, Delores Single-
ton, Gloria Porath. SECOND ROXV-Floyd Rice, Betty Shannon, Opal Shannon, Ramona Shaffer, liloise Yon, Charlotte
Straight, Mary Smith, jim Munsell, I.eRoy Richardson. BOTTOM RUW Dean Stull- Patty Sllefefty LUVUUUQ Shlnn- Vlf'
ginia Phillips, Ruth O'Brien, .lack Miller, Shirley Smith, Miss W'hite. NOT PICTURED-Gerald W'itter.
Bob Willadsen , . H.......,.... ,... .. P1'l'Si6lC'lIf
Bill Witt .W.. , .... ,...A V i ce-Prcsidelff
Graydon Hanson .... ...K Secrefary-Treaszfrcr
All around us there are sophomores, and we have count-
ed a lot on their pep and enthusiasm in keeping up the
school spirit. They have entered wholeheartedly into ath-
letics, music and other activities to help make this a suc-
cessful year. Next year, as upper classmen, it will be partly
up to them to see that all these organizations are again a
success. Here's wishing you the best of luck.
Home Room V
jean Hughes , ,7,7 , ,,,,7, ,,,, P resiflwzt Robert Eginton U ,,,7, Sc'erz'fary-Trwzszzrw'
Jeannette Boyd D, ,,,., . ,, , , , . ,, , ,,, Vice-Prrsiflvnt Stu Eiseheid ,, , D, , ,,, ,7,,, ,,, S f zldenz' Cozmril
TOP ROW'-Stuart Eischeid, Burton Chudacoff, Graydon Hanson, Richard Connell, Dale Flentje, Robert Iiginton, ,Ieanette
Boyd, Sally Finkbine, Betty Grant. SECOND ROW-Willis Degner, George Lamb, Don Burmeister, David Belt, Eleanor Ander-
son, Billie Edwards, Lois Cameron, Betty Lou Hunter, Bonnie Edwards. BOTTOM ROW'-Skip Hall, Dean Hughes, Robert
Henderson, Charlotte Dahlman, jean Hughes, Charlene Duhlman, Virginia Gaudian, Mary lilla Hess, Mr. Bridge.
Home Room VI
Dick Watlsins Y W ,,,,,,, Prvxidwzi Mike Pappas Secrvfary-TreuxlzVer
Phil Prichard ,,,, ,, ,,,, 7 W ,Vice-P1'r'sidr'l1f JoAnn Witt . ,,e,,, ,,,. , ,. ,,,,, ,,,,, Y eesfllllfllf Colmeil
TOP ROW-Marilyri Main, Sharon Mamnien, Janice Nelson, Phil Prichard, Bill XVitt, Phyllis Paap, Donna W'arnoelc, Janice
Munsell, Miss Johns. SECOND ROW-Bmrb Willadsen, Wayne Young, Dick Watkins, Ronald McConkey, Connie Rauri, JoAnn
Witt, Delores Steig, Carrie Zoffka. BOTTOM ROW-Zeta Mae Zubradt, Naomi Jordon, Gilbert Nielsen, Mike Pappas, Lois
Mae Mudge, Shirley Miller, Delores Wohlers, Marlene Rice.
john Toay , ,, ,,....., s , P1fc'sidc'111f
Bud Jones ..., ,.... , t .... Vice-P'rc'sirlcfl1i
Annette Schaller ,, . or . v, Secretary
Marcia Eischeid , ........ T 1fc'czsu1'c'1'
Hats off to the freshmen who did a splendid job of
finding their way around in spite of the "help" from the
upper classmen. They have enthusiastically entered into all
high school activities and have made a fine showing. But
since they have just taken the first step toward graduation,
their fun is only starting. We're Wishing you the best of
happiness and success for a prosperous high school career.
Home Room VII
Betty Hill ,A,,,,,,, .. ,, , 7,,,. President Lois Gilstad ,,,,,,,,,7,, , .,,.... Secretary-Treaszwer
Donna Dandym ,,7, , ,,,7,, ..,.... .,,,.,,, , Viee-President Victor Eickstaedt ,,..,,,,,, .7,....,,,,,,,, S IfUt1U7'll' Council
TOP ROW-Mary Burmeister, Laura Revane, Norma Ellis, Donna Dandy, Betty Heiden, Lois Gilstad, Betty Darrow, Helen
Hansen. SECOND ROW-Miss Anderson, Victor Eickstaedt, Bib Connell, Bill Bennett, Marjorie Huseman, Marcia Eischeid, Bill
Bell, Gordon Cameron, Bud Jones. BOTTOM ROW-Delores Dallman, Max Book, Donald Bumann, Arlene Brummer, Glory
janzen, Rozella Holliday, Arlene Crouch, Betty Hill, Charles Higgins.
Home Room VIII
Marlene Larson ,e,,e ,t,,e,, , ,,,,... P resident Jcnice Willcutt ,,e,,eeee ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.... S e rffetary-Treasurer
Danny McCabe, ,,,,,e ,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,,,.,, V ice-Presizfenf Bill Richards ,,i,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,il, S f1ll1!'l1f Council
TOP ROW-joliii Toay, Lloyd Shannon, Allan Peters, Eugene W'oehler, Eugene Redenbaugh, Robert Rosenbrook, Marlene
Larson. SECOND ROW-I.ois Wilson, Danny McCabe, Gloria Tweddale, Jackie Scofield, Bill Richards, Darold Sievers, Bill
Owings, Miss Sprague. BOTTOM ROW-lvadelle Wohlers, Florine McConkey, Lois Rockwell, ,lenice Willcutt, Arleta Olson,
Annette Schaller, Dick Post, Dale Mallory, Madonna Rickman. NOT PICTURED-Carol Schuldt, jack Mau, Fred Meyers,
A pretty pose.
Those darn leaves.
Mutt Sc Jeff.
Wlirlt you d0n't find on Ll
Uh! Huh! You guessed it!
Eh! Eh! Boys.
Give them that ol' Pepsodent
Wipe that smile off!
just n friendly game of cards.
Institution of Knowledge.
Learners of the institute.
What's so interesting, folks?
Wll3I,S the matter, Sally?
Miss Swanson and songstress,
A memorable scene at Iowa
Hit ,em hard, Jimmy boy!
TOP ROW-Leatrice Spahn, Zoe Broberg, Jean Anne Jarnagin, Virginia Kolb, Joelle Hansen, Sally Finkbine, jackie Scofield,
Shirley Deppe, Donna Warnock, Marianna Aust, Connie Raun, Sally Gilstad, Arlene Brummer. FOURTH ROW-Barbara Sell-
den, Sharon Mammen, Norma Ellis, Cora Zoffka, Charlyne Nelson, Romona Shaffer, Eloise Yon, Betty Grant, Betty Lou Hunter,
Marilyn Jennett, Mary Ann Reese, Jenice Willeutt. THIRD ROW-Pat Whiteside, Pam Jones, Ruth O,Brien, Carrie Zoffka,
Rosemary Crowley, Miss Kahuda, Mary Smith, Virginia Hackler, Marlene Olson, Lois Mae Mudge, Eleanor Anderson, Carol
Ienson. SECOND ROW-Joanne Rice, Marjorie Huscman, Lois Gilstad, Charlotte Straight, Lyle Eilers, Bonita Bonebrake,
LaVonne Gutel, Evelyn Dallman, Arlene Burch, Mary Alice Anderson, Patty Sliefert, JoAnn Witt, Jean Hughes. BOTTOM
ROW-Donna Dandy, Glory Janzen, Annette Schaller, Arleta Olson, Theresa McCabe, LaVonne Shinn, Marlene Larson, Betty
Hill, Madonna Rickman, Delores Dallman. NOT PICTURED-Shirley Miller, Elorene McConkey, Phyllis Paap.
Eloise Yon t,.tttLtLttt..i.,t , tttttttLt....Ot,t,.tt....tLtt .ttt,. . i, ttt, President
Charlotte Straight ..,t ttttt V ic'e-Presivlevzf
Connie Raun .... ..., , ,,,,,Sl?C1'C'li6l1'j!
Shirley Deppe LLDLLL O- ...,.tt .L.. .,tt t........ T 1f e aszarev
Under the capable leadership of President Eloise Yon, the Girl Reserves
carried out many interesting and enthusiastic activities this year.
The year's program began with a get-acquainted picnic at Chau-
tauqua Park followed by initiation and installation ceremonies for new
members and officers. Later in the year the cabinet members attended a
Girl Reserves Conference at Fort Dodge which proved to be most success-
ful. Among the social functions of the group were a Christmas party with
fun and good food, and several Girl Reserve sponsored dances.
During the second semester, meetings were held during school time.
Special speakers at these meetings discussed personality, clothes and other
subjects of interest to girls.
GIRL RESERVE CABINET
A council consisting of representative Women who are
interested in Y. W. C. A. work acts in an advisory capacity
to G. R. For their fine cooperation the Girl Reserves ex-
tend many thanks to this year,s council: Mrs. Frank Hay,
Mrs. H. J. Straight, Mrs. R. F. Van Voorhis, Mrs. E. C.
Konieek, Mrs. H. W. Schaller, Mrs. M. O. Brickey.
Working with the Womenis council is the Girl Reserve
Cabinet, the governing body of the organization. The
cabinet members as heads of permanent committees have
efficiently conducted the various functions of this high
school girls' group.
Lyle Eilers ....... ...... P rogmnzr
Joelle Hansen ....... .. ..... Social
Sally Finkbine ...... Service
Rosemary Crowley ..... ........ M usic
LaVonne Gutel ....,.... ......,. P ublicity
Bonita Bonebrake .... ..... M 6171I7C'l'Sbif7
Pam Jones ...,.......... ,..... W orship
Annette Schaller ..... ...... S crapboola
G. R. CABINET
TOP ROW-Annette Schnller, kloelle Hansen, Sally Finkbine, LaVonnc Gutel, Rosemary Crowley.
SECOND RONV-Pam jones, Lyle liilcrs, Miss Kahuda, Mary Smith, Bonita Bonebrakc.
BOTTOM RONVY--Charlotte Straight, Eloise Yon, Shirley Deppe, Connie Raun.
TOP ROW-David Belt, Phillip Prichard, Don Burmiester, Richard Connell, Stuart Eischeid, W'illis Degner, Graydon Hanson,
Bill W'itt, Bob Eginton, Dale Flentje, Fred Meyers, Allan Peters, George Lamb. SECOND ROW-Skip Hall, Bill Owings, Eugene
Woehler, Bob Willzldsen, John Toay, Bud Jones, Jack Mau, Gordon Cameron, Bob Connell, Bob Rosenbrook, Victor Eickstaedt,
Bill Bennett. BOTTOM ROW'-Dean Hughes, Gilbert Nielsen, Mike Pappas, Robert Henderson, Darold Sievers, Wayne Young,
Ronald McConkey, Dick Watkins, Bill Richards, Charles Higgins, Danny McCabe, Dick Post, Mr. Anderson.
TOP ROW-Fugeiue Wissler, Mark Van Voorhis, Kenard Roberts, David Olson, Roger Rader, LaDon Sorensen, Bruce Patee,
Arnold Mathews, Don Lawson. FOURTH ROW-Lyle Raun, Walter Stock, Keith Miller, Clarence Darnell, Frank Boyd, Gor-
don Baustian, Milo Pearson, Bob Phillips, Bill Milton, Jack Anderson, Fritz Samuels, Roger Richardson. THIRD ROW-Les
Otman, ,Robert Walrath, Dale Johnson, Archie Geisinger, Ted Friteher, Don Mittelstadt, Jim Hawbecker, Don Hintz. SEC-
OND ROW'-Bruce Shaeffer, Bob Wliealen, Dick Cuppy, Don Clough, Carl Sellden, Ronald Hanson, Mr. Mogck, Gale Foster,
Jack Wood, Dean Mittelstadt, Don Glow, Dwayne Belt, Leroy Richardson. BOTTOM ROW--Eugene Cattermole, George Pap-
pas, Jack Schmidt, Wayne Straight, Jim Munsell, Floyd Rice, jack Miller, Don Dandy, Royal Fortune, Andrew Hansen, Ernest
The purpose of the Hi-Y is "to create, maintain, and extend, through-
out the school and community, high standards of Christian character."
During the year the boys joined with the Girl Reserves and Student
Council in sponsoring a dance. They also operated the check room at
games and tournaments.
This year Hi-Y officially branched out by sponsoring a Junior Hi-Y
which is for freshman and sophomore boys.
Graydon Hanson , , ,,,,,,, l'resiJz'l1f Eugene Wissler
Bud jones , Y , ,,YVil'f'-I,Vt'5iL1l'llf Jack Schmidt
Dick Watkins ,,,, , , ,,,,, Sl'l'VC'ft1V'1' Wfayne Straight
Chnrless Higgins ,,,,, Tl'l'HS1ll'K'l' Gordon Baustian
Bob Willadsen , ,,,, Cbajnlaiu Wiilter Stock ,,
Mr. Anderson , W H Sjwnxm' Lyle Raun
t, 'Waller Stock, liugene
BOTTOM ROW"-Charles Higgins, Bob Xyillzxdsexi,
TOP ROW'-W'nyne Strgligh
Mr. Mogck W
, ,,,,,, , Cfmjrlain
Vfissler, Lyle ISRILIH, Jack Schmidt, Mr. Mogcli.
Grziydon Hanson, Bud jones, Dick Nvatkins.
ONE ACT PLAYS
January 24, 1946
A Young Man's Fancy
Donnie, a young high school boy, planned a date with a college girl,
only to discover she was known by all as the wallflower of the school.
Everything finally turns out for the best, however, when he follows his
mother,s advice and takes a school chum, Joo-Joo Miller, to the dance.
The cast included: Donnie Hoofle, John Toayg Marjorie Hoofle,
Sharon Mammeng Mr. Hoofle, Graydon Hanson, Bert Hoofle, Skip Hall,
Mrs. Hoofle, Connie Raung Joo-Joo Miller, Madonna Rickman.
Thank You Doctor
The action takes place in a psychiatrist's office and deals with a string
of pearls that has been stolen. Mrs. Lester tells Dr. Gurney that her
brother is mentally ill and he is always looking for a string of pearls. Later
Denny Cort, a pearl salesman, comes in looking for a girl who stole a
string of pearls and claimed she was Dr. Gurney's daughter. Nurse Grey
helps the doctor calm the supposed patient. But they finally have to
resort to force. At just the right moment a detective who has been posing
as a patient enters and arrests Mrs. Lester.
The cast of characters was: Mrs. Lester, Betty Hill, Nurse Grey, Lois
Mae Mudge, Dr. Gurney, Burton Chudacoffg Patient, George Lamb,
Denny Cort, David Belt.
The Happy Journey
This play was one of the renowned Thornton Wilder productions in
which no scenery is in evidence but it must be imagined. The stage man-
ager tells the audience about the scene and moves straight chairs around
the stage as they are needed. Ma and Pa Kirby with their two younger
children take a day off to visit their daughter, Beulah, who lives in a near-
Ma Kirby, Sally Finkbineg Arthur, Dale Mallory, Caroline, Jean
Hughes, Pa Kirby, Victor Eickstaedtg Beulah, Shirley Miller, Stage Man-
ager, George Pappas.
Mrs. Eva Ingersoll Y,,,,7,,7,,., ,7,,7 Y,., ,,,,,,,,777,, ,,,,7 . ,,,.. E l o 1 se Yon
Presented by Junior Class
November 9, 1945
Sweet Charity was a three act comedy based on the lines of a group of
well-meaning club women who attempt a charity dance without suffi-
cient funds to pay the orchestra. They work themselves into quite a
frenzy over the problem, even tangling with the law. But in the end
everything turns out for the best.
The cast of characters follows:
Mrs. Pat Mitchell ,,,,,,
Miss Beulah Ogelvie .
Mrs. Laura Brindle...
Mrs. Diana Martindale s,,,,,,
Sheriff Andrew Brindle . .,,, .
Myron Mitchell.. ,,,,,, ..
Harry Trott.. . ,,,,,...,,,
Betty Martindale ,,,,
Jonathon Bates ,,,,.,
Trumpet Wilson ..
Molly ,s,,,,, ,,,,,
Miss Seymour ,,,,,,
.. ,,..,s Dwayne Belt
Mr. Beasley. ,,,,,,,,, ...,,,,,,,,..,,, J ack Miller
Mrs. Beasley ,,,.,.,,,,,, s,,,, L aVonne Shinn
Mr. Sedgwick ,,,,.,,, ,s,, M elvin Abbott
Mr. Dexter . ,,,,,,, ,...r,,,.,,,,...,,.,,, ,,,, . . ., ,,,. .,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,.. . .. . ..Fritz Samuels
ARSENIC AND OLD LACE
Presented by the Senior Class
April 12, 1946
A comedy-mystery in three acts, this play was a successful Broadway
production for several years. It tells of the experiences and predicaments
of an insane family in Brooklyn. Two old maid aunts in the family poison
old men as a kindness and have twelve men buried in the cellar. Mortimer,
their sane nephew, has a hard time keeping the aunts, and his brother
jonathan, an insane criminal, out of jail while trying to take care of his
love interest, Elaine. The whole family, including Teddy, who thinks he
is Theodore Roosevelt, is finally sent to a sanitarium and Mortimer is free
to marry Elaine.
The cast included:
.. Leatrice Spahn
Abby Brewster. . .,,,, ..
The Rev. Dr. Harper....
Teddy Brewster ...... .
Officer Brophy ..... .
Officer Klein ..... ,
Martha Brewster .
Elaine Harper. ....... .
Mortimer Brewster ..
Mr. Gibbs ........... . ..... .
jonathan Brewster .
Dr. Einstein ............
Mr. Witherspoon .....
Lieutenant Rooney. ..... ..
. La Don Sorensen
. . .Darrell Snyder
La Don Sorensen
TOP ROW-Lee Spahn, Andrew Hansen, Don Clough, Joelle Hansen, Lyle Eilers, Rosemary Crowley, Virginia Hackler
SECOND ROW-John Toay, Virginia Kolb, Charlyne Nelson, Zoe Broberg, George Pappas, Bill Richards, Shirley Deppe, Miss
Slothower. BOTTOM ROW-,Ieaii Jarnagin, Glory -Ianzen, Annette Sehaller, LaVonne Gutel, Bonita Bonebrake, Evelyn Dall-
man, Marlene Olson, Mary Ella Hess.
Editor-in-chief: Jean Anne Jarnagin
Assistant Editors: LaVonne Gutel, Andrew Hansen
Head Writers: John Toay, Bill Richards
Columnists: Zoe Broberg, Joelle Hansen, Lockerroom Louie,
Reporters: Virginia Kolb, Rosemary Crowley, Shirley Deppe, Lyle
Eilers, Annette Schaller, Charlyne Nelson, George Pappas.
Typists: Bonita Bonebrake, Virginia Hackler, Evelyn Dallman,
Scrapbook Editor: Glory Janzen
Exchange Editor: Mary Ella Hess
Sponsor: Miss Slothower
News of high school activities was kept up to date to the readers of
the school newspaper by an efficient staff and editor. After reporters
hand in their assignments, the editor and sponsor proofread and correct the
copy which then sent to the uheadv writers and finally to the typists.
The Storm Lake Register and Pilot Tribune office is the final destination
of Hi-Breeze which appears in that paper every Tuesday.
BACK ROW'-George Pappas, Lyle Rnun, liugene Xlfissler, Bob Wlieiileii, jmck Schmidt, Whiyne Straight.
FRONT ROW'--Ioan Anne ilarnngin, Zoe Broberg, joelle Hansen, Lyle liilers.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
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The National Honor Society was introduced in Storm Lake this year.
lt was established in 1922 and since that time has grown to include over
5,000 chapters in schools all over the nation. Our charter number is 3106.
In an impressive initiation ceremony ten charter members were re-
ceived into the organization. Fifteen per cent of the senior class may be
selected. A list of those in the upper third of the class scholastically is
submitted to the faculty which elects the candidates according to charac-
ter, service, and leadership.
Election to the National Honor Society is intended to be the highest
honor that can be conferred upon a student by this school.
Pep Day in Storm Lake High was on October 19. The high school
marching band led the parade uptown to the main intersection. There a
circle was formed by the band around the cheerleaders who led the student
body in some rousing yells.
FETE DE FOUS
Another successful Fete de Fous was held in the high school gym on
November 16. Concessions, including bingo, fortune telling, basketball
throw, and fishing, were provided by the various home rooms and organi-
zations. The Orpheum show presented in the auditorium was opened
with some lively numbers by the swing band and small vocal groups. A
blackface dance by Physical Education girls, a pantomime, "And the
Curtain Fellf, by members of the senior class, movies, and solos on the
tippel by Mr. Mogck completed the program.
Bouquets to the pep queen of '46-Barbara Allen!
Marking the close of the basketball season was the crowning of the
Pep Queen, Barbara Allen preceding the Emmetsburg game on February
19. Barb was chosen by the student body because of her friendliness and
enthusiasm for sports. Tonchita Jones, crown bearer, and Marilyn Jennett
led the attendants to the center of the floor where they formed an aisle
for the queen. Bob Whealen, game captain, crowned Barbara with a band
of white carnations. The attendants, who wore corsages of spring flowers,
were Marilyn Jennett, Joelle Hansen, Pat Whiteside, Joanne Rice, Lee
Spahn, Mary Ann Reese, Lyle Eilers, Natalie Chapin, and Evelyn Dallman.
JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM - 1945
Seniors of Storm Lake High School were guests of the juniors at
"Holiday Inn" Saturday evening, May S, 1945, for the annual banquet
Places were laid at eight tables in the high school dining room which
was elaborately decorated in the chosen theme. Each table portrayed a
After a delicious meal served by the sophomores, the following pro-
gram of toasts and musical selections was presented with David Olson
acting as toastmaster:
New Year ..,..,.,ttittttt........c,..............v,t.,....tcttttt Joelle Hansen
Old Year .tct............,.t ......, Harlan Broberg
St. Valentine's Day ......, .cc........ D ick Reese
St. Patrick,s Day ttscscss ,csscss B ob Whealen
"Easter Parade' ....... .,ttr...,.,..v,,..tttt.,, G uests
May Day rtr,rrrr..rr ..,... - , ........r Marilyn Jennett
Independence Day titr.... ,r,tr.,,t G erald Gilbert
Thanksgiving Day t,tt,trr.rrr...r. .,,.... ,,,,,tr.rrrrrr,r M r . La Foy
Christmas rrr,rrrr.....ttt...,ct,tt,ttrt,rrrrr.......r,vtt Rosemary Crowley
The study hall was effectively transformed into a ballroom with the
various holidays evident in the decorations in the different parts of the
room. Jean Hughes and Dick Watkins ably entertained the dancers with
the Irish lilt, while Jack Woods sang an Irish song. Music for dancing was
provided by various recordings of name bands.
The opening dance on September 7 was sponsored by the Girl Reserves.
Feature of the evening was the swing band directed by Don Hintz.
Next on the agenda was an Autumn Dance sponsored jointly by Hi-Y,
Girl Reserves and Student Council. Highlights of the event were corn-
stalks and pumpkins, cider and doughnuts.
Following the Sheldon basketball game was a Christmas dance spon-
sored by the cheerleaders. Decorations lent a holiday air to the evening.
The Student Council revived the W. P. A. dance this year. It followed
the Estherville game. Punch and cookies and no stag line were features.
On March 22 Hi-Y and Girl Reserves sponsored a dance to close the
canned-food-for-Europe drive. Admission was a can of food.
Climaxing the year was a dance on March 29 in honor of the pep
queen and her attendants. The Student Council again came forth with
refreshments and decorations.
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XVill it go in? Stars in "Happy journey." Luft, right, lcft,right-keep those lines straight! Right this way-try your
luck. Shu can also strut. Stars in "A Young M:m's l"nncy.',Arinisticc Daly game, L1 grunt game on n great day. Look at
those poor innocent touslcd hcnds. Jnnip! Hit that low nott-,M.1cstro! Mr. Anderson has the floor. And the fund was
good, lun! just Ll sample of senior nhility.
The students welcomed Band Director Bill Green back this year from
the armed forces. With the aid of his ideas and able guidance they
marched away with a "first" rating at the State Marching Band Contest
at Pocahontas, October 13.
They displayed their snappy routines at all the home football games.
A special maneuver was put on at the Spencer game when the floodlights
on the field were put out and each band member carried a lighted flash-
light. Other appearances included the Armistice Day and Pep Day
BACK ROW'-Bonnie Edwards, Sharon Mammcn, Jocllc Hansen, Billie Edwards.
FRONT ROVV-JoAnn Witt, Virginia Gaudian, Betty Hill,
Under the direction of Will B. Green, the Storm Lake High School
concert band made its first appearance of the season Wfednesday, Decem-
ber 28, in the high school auditorium. It played for the Vox Pop Lyceum
of which Governor Robert D. Blue was the main speaker.
Sunday afternoon, February 14, 1946, they gave a concert at which
Mr. Karl L. King, noted conductor-composer, Was visiting conductor.
The concert also included numbers by the girls' trio, boys, quartet and the
The concert band made appearances at many high school plays, the
Christmas program and also for a special concert for the "Youth for
The board was organized this year and the following officers elected:
,lean Anne Jarnagin, president, Wfalter Stock, vice president, Zoe Bro-
berg, secretary, Lyle Eilers, treasurer, Wayne Straight, manager, John
Toay, librarian, Bill Richards, assistant librarian, Dale Flentje, custodian,
Allan Peters, assistant custodian, Don Hintz, assistant director.
lx iOXX'fOp.il Shannon, Cora Zoffka, Xlarlene lnirson, llarrell Anderson, Don Wfillen, Mr. Green. Alanice llidciiltlt lx
un liek Miller, Don Hint7, Keith Miller, ,Iohn 'l'o.iy, Allan Peters, NValter Stock, Lyle lfilers, Lluligin Silverberg, Xllrx
ss lx n.ird Roberts, Billy Bell, Douglas Pliillipx, -Ienice XY'illeut. Connie Raun. SI-KZOND RONY'-liloyd Rice, Delores 1
n is Nlae Sludge, Donna Dandy, -lean Anne -l.ll'H.lglI1, Charlotte Straight, .Ioanne lillis, Gerald W'itter, Bobby Hldflli 1
tnntlt lack XVood, Shirley Miller, Laura Kevane, Robert Henderson, Bill Richards, klim llawbeclter, Bill Xvitt PRL
X Dwayne Belt, Virginia Kolb, David Belt, Dale lilentje, Annette Sehaller, lfloise Yon, Carol Seliuldt, Zoe Brobtrf., Ro
tiirdxon, liugene Ciattermole, Norma lillis, XV.iyne Straight. NOT PlCTURlfD-Lois liilstad.
BACK ROW-Carl Sellden, jack Wood, Marilyn Jennctt.
SECOND ROW-Mary Ann Reese, W'alter Stock, .lim Hawbecker, Norma Ellis, Wayne Straight.
FRONT ROW-Don Hintz, Lyle liilers, Dwayne Belt, Charlotte Straight, Jerry Witter, Jenn Anne
jnrnagin, Zoe Broberg, Pat W'hiteside.
The high school "Dance Band" made its debut at the first high school
dance sponsored by the Girl Reserves. Having made a hit, they again
appeared in the Orpheum at the Carnival Where they opened the program
with their theme song, "Two O,Clock Jump."
Soloists for this year were Marilyn Jennett, Jack Wood and Dorothy-
ann Smith. Don Hintz, leader of this year,s band, starred on his Hawaiian
TOP ROW'-Eugene Catternaole, Ted Fritcher, ,lulian Silverberg, ,lack Wood, Bob Ilginton, Bob NX'healcn, Eugene W'isslcr, Jim
Hawbecker, Lyle Raun, XValter Stock, Don Hintl. SECOND ROW'-,lim Munsell, Jerry Witter, Sally Finkbine, Virginia Kolb,
Leona Weliniever, Marjorie Kaufman, Zoe Broberg, -lean Anne Jarnagin, Pat Whiteside, Natalie Chapin, Bob Phillips, W'ayne
Straight. BOTTOM ROW'-Carrie Zoffka, Phyllis Edwards, Sharon Mamnaen, Shirley Miller, Mary Ann Reese, Dorothyann
Smith, Connie Raun, Marilyn ylennett, Rosemary Crowley, Lyl: liilers, Miss Swanson. NOT PICTURBD--Ioelle Hansen, Lois
Mae Mudge, Cora Zofflca.
TOP ROW'-Dale johnson, Bob liginton, Mark Van Voorhis, Arnold Mathews, Bruce Patee, Bob W'healen, lfugene Wissler, Jim
Hawbeeker, Lyle Raun. SECOND ROW'-Iiugene Cattermole, Bud jones, Roger Richardson, ,lack VC'ood, Carl Sellclen, Julian
Silverbcrg, Don Itlintz, Walter Stock. BOTTOM ROXVfMike Pappas, Billy Bell, Jim Munsell, jerry XY'itter, Ted Fritcher, Bob
Phillips, XVayne Straight, George Pappas, Miss Swanson.
TOP ROXY'fNatalie Chapin, Sally Finkbine, Virginia Kolb, Leona Wehmeyer, Marjorie Kaufman, Zoe Broberg, ,lean Anne ,Tarn-
agin, Norma Ellie, Marilyn jennett, Pat Wlaitesitle, Rosemary Crowley. SICCOND ROW'-Carrie Zoffka, Lois NX'ilson, Eleanor
Anderson, Sharon Mammen, Dorothyann Smith, Connie Raun, Alaniee Munsell, Lyle liilers, Charlotte Straight, Betty Hill. BOT-
TOM RONX'-Virginia Gaudian, Cora Zoffka, Phyllis Ildwards, Shirley Miller, Lois Mae Mudge, Mary Ann Reese, ,loAnn Xwitt,
Betty Darrow, Pam -Iones, -lean Hughes, Miss Swanson. NOT PICTURliD-.Ioelle Hansen.
"Yuletide Echoesn played by the high school band
opened the Christmas music program December 20 given
in the high school auditorium under the direction of Miss
Swanson and Mr. Green. The curtain was drawn at 8:00
revealing a beautifully decorated stage. The scenery, by
Mr. Forrest Holmes, was centered on a stained glass win-
dow at the back. Seated on the stage were both the high
school and junior high choruses dressed in choir robes.
Music for the program consisted of various Christmas
favorites sung by the girls' and mixed choruses. Both
vocal and instrumental small groups were also featured
after which Lyle Raun read the Christmas Story. Soloists
for the evening were Marilyn jennett, Jack Wood, Leona
Wehmeyer, Joelle Hansen and Bob Phillips. Christmas
carols sung by the combined junior high and high school
choruses concluded the program.
Small groups and soloists of both the vocal and instru-
mental departments appeared at various functions in the
community throughout the year. They performed at
meetings of organizations such as P.T.A., Rotary, Kiwanis,
and have entertained between acts of high school plays.
After weeks of hard work and practice, students in
the instrumental and vocal music departments were ready
for the preliminary state music contest held in Storm Lake
April S-6. It was time well spent as shown by the results of
the efforts. Under the able direction of Miss Swanson and
Mr. Green the contestants came out with twenty division
I ratings. Those receiving this rating were: concert band,
trumpet trio, brass sextet, french horn quartet, Jack
Miller, tuba, Walter Stock, baritone, Connie Raun, trom-
bone, Gerald Witter, alto saxophone, Shirley Miller, french
horn, Rosemary Crowley, piano, Don Hintz, string bass,
Lyle Raun, snare drum, girls' sextetg girls' trio, mixed
quartet, Bob Phillips, baritone, Marilyn Jennett, mezzo-
soprano, Leona Wehmeyer, soprano, Carrie Zoffka, so-
prano, Gerald Witter, tenor.
Second place awards were given to mixed chorus, girls'
chorus, boys' quartet, Joelle Hansen, mezzo-soprano,
Connie Raun, contralto, Jack Wood, tenor, Sharon
Mammon, soprano, Dorothyann Smith, contralto, flute
quartet, clarinet quartet, Carol Schuldt, flute, Dwayne
Belt, clarinet, Wayne Straight, Cornet, Charlotte Straight,
alto saxophone, Gene Cattermole, Cornet, Dale Flentje,
Those receiving division I ratings entered in the state
contest at Sac City on April 26-27.
TOP ROW-Leatrice Spahn, Donna Rockwell, Lois Fertig, Laura Kavane, Shirley Deppe, Sally Finkbine, Marcia Eischeid, Jean-
nette Boyd, Bonnie Edwards, Billie Edwards, Betty Heiden, Phyllis Paap, Marilyn Jennett. FOURTH ROW-Barbara Sellden,
Pat Whiteside, Romona Shaffer, Cora Zoffka, Charlyne Nelson, Charlotte Straight, Marlene Larson, Donna Dandy, Marlene
Olson, Delores Steig, Lois Rockwell, Lois Cameron, Connie Raun, Eleanor Anderson. THIRD ROW-Jo Ann Ellis, Joanne Rice,
Carrie Zoffka, Marlene Rice, Janice Munsell, Patty Sliefert, Naomi Jordon, Mary Smith, Jenice Willcutt, Lois Gilsted, Arleta
Olson, Lois Mudge, Arlene Brummer, jean Hughes. SECOND ROW-Barbara Allen, Mary Ann Reese, Betty Lou Hunter, Mari-
lyn Main, Ruth O'Brien, Lois Wilson, Marjorie Huseman, Glory -Ianzen, Annette Schaller, Norma Ellis, Virginia Gaudian,
Madonna Rickman, Betty Hill, LaVonnc Shinn, Miss Shannahan. BOTTOM ROW-Shirley Smith, Norma Bice, Phyllis
Grienke, Phyllis Edwards, Betty Shannon, Charlene Dnhlman, Zeta Zubradt, Charlotte Dahlman, Betty Darrow, Mary Ella Hess.
G. A. A.
The fourth year for the Girls Athletic Association has
proven to be a great success. It is one of the largest organ-
izations in school, its purpose being to build school spirit,
health and morals.
The G. A. A. girls, under the capable leadership of Miss
Shannahan, introduced a Play Day, one of the most out-
standing events of the local organization. Three other
schools were invited to take part in this day of fun.
G. A. A. is affiliated with the state chapter and the
point system has been carried out. The girls earn points by
taking part in all types of sports both in and out of school.
After earning 5 00 points they receive a letter. A thousand
points entitles them to a state pin.
Barbara Sellden ,.... ,.. ,, ,... P reszdemf
Pat Whiteside ..d..,, Vice- president
Shirley Deppe .i,. .-....S6'C1'C'fd1'jl-14760814707
Mary Smith ,.,.iiii. iiiiiiii P oizzf Secrefary
Miss Shannahan .,,.i ..,.,ss.. Sponsor
G. A. A. CABINET
The G. A. A. Cabinet consists of nine members--a girl
from each homeroom and Miss Shannahan. At their meet-
ings they discuss plans for functions of the organization
including parties, intramural activities, and forthcoming
events. These plans are later carried on to the general
TOP ROW-Mary Smith, Shirley Dcppc, Barbara Sellden, Pat W'hitesidc, Connie Raun.
FRONT ,ROW1B3fb1fil Allen, Jean Hughes, Annette Schaller, Betty Hill, Miss Sharmahan
M aw.-me ' '
The G. A. A. sponsors intramurals but any girl may take part in the
sports events whether she is a member of G. A. A. or not. Although the
sports program was strenuous, its popularity increased and results of the
training were evident by the grace, growth, and development of the girls.
Basketball was the outstanding event of the year and tournaments
were held between girls in Phys. Ed. classes and between girls in the four
grades. The "Bouncing Bloomersf, whose captain was Opal Shannon,
won the championship between the Phys. Ed. classes. Opal Shannon's
team consisted of Marilyn Jennett, Mary Smith, Mary Ann Reese, Jo Ann
Ellis, Allene Burch, and Sally Finkbine.
The junior girls came out on top in the tournament between grades.
Their team was made up of Barbara Sellden, captain, Charlotte Straight,
Mary Smith, Jo Ann Ellis, Allene Burch, Opal Shannon, Charlyne Nelson,
Phyllis Edwards, Phyllis Grienke, and Ruth O'Brien.
In the spring the girls spent their time outside playing volleyball,
softball and participating in a few track events which were also held
I'lJAlI'.l Allen, Mary Ann Reese, ploanne Rice, Marilyn hlcnnett. Pam jones, Nl.1rci.1 liisclieid. Sally liinkbinu, l5arb.1r.1
This year we had eight peppy cheerleaders who worked long and
hard introducing new yells and revising old ones.
These girls sold pencils, had charge of the check room, and sponsored
a dance in order to help pay for their uniforms which really made a hir!
The cheerleaders followed both the football and basketball teams
closely this year and enthusiastically cheered the fellows on.
These girls were under the supervision of Miss McLane, who spent
much time with them in helping them to be a success. Our thanks to
her! We also wish to thank the student body for their backing.
TOP ROW-Bob Connell, Gordon Cameron, Allan Peters, Bud Jones, John Toay, Bill Bennett, Chuck Higgins. FIFTH ROW-
Frank Boyd, Richard Connell, Bill Milton, Skip Hall, George Lamb, Philip Prichard, Willis Degner, Bill Witt. FOURTH ROW'
-Bob Phillips, Don Glow, Dale Flentje, Darwin Larsen, Wayne Straight, jim Hawbecker, Kenard Roberts, Lloyd Shannon, Roger
Rader. THIRD ROW-Mr. Bridge, Bob Eginton, Jack Schmidt, Stuart Iiischeid, Arnold Mathews, Leslie Oatman, Bob Willadsen,
Milo Pearson, Mr. LaFoy. SECOND ROW-Mr. Mogck, Melvin Abbott, LaDon Sorensen, Lyle Raun, Eugene Wissler, Walter
Stock, Don Mirrelsradr, Ronald Hanson, Mr. Block, BOTTOM RONW-Don Dandy, Bob Whealen, Harold Dyvad, Mark Van
Voorhis, Dick Cuppy, Don Lawson, Bruce Patee, Don Clough, -lim Mansell.
STORM LAKE-6 SAC CITY-0
Opening the season on Bradford Field, Storm Lake managed to pull the first game
out of the fire when Oatman smashed over from the two yard line with but two minutes
remaining in the game. The decisive factor in determining the outcome of this hard
fought game was the Tornadoes' ability to capitalize on their breaks.
STORM LAKE-30 SPIRIT LAKE-O
Storm Lake showed great improvement over the opener with Sac City, and easily
defeated Spirit Lake in the second game of the season at Bradford Field. Passes thrown
by Patee, one to Whealen and one to Hanson, accounted for two of the scores. Eiseheid
and Wissler also tallied twice. Many reserves saw action in the first conference tilt.
STORM LAKE-6 SPENCER-13
In a wide open ball game the Green and White were handed their only defeat of the
season at Spencer. Spencer managed to score at the beginning of each half, the rest of
the game being played on more even terms. Oatman crossed to pay dirt after Storm Lake
had made a sustained march starting from the Spencer kick-off after their first touch-
October 1 1
STORM LAKE-58 IDA GROVE-12
Still stinging from the Spencer defeat, the Tornadoes romped over Ida Grove at
Bradford Field. Except for two breaks when the Hawks scored on razzle-dazzle plays,
the game was exceedingly one-sided. Using straight power plays, Storm Lake scored
nine times, three by Oatman, two by Schmidt, and one each by Dyvad, Willadsen,
Eischeid, and Wissler.
STORM LAKE-39 SHELDON-0
Storm Lake added another Lakes Conference victory by defeating Sheldon on the
home field. The Sheldon backs found their way blocked on nearly every play by a
fighting Tornado line and were unable to make any long gains. Several costly fumbles
and penalties kept Storm Lake from piling up a large score. Oatman crossed into pay dirt
twice, Wissler twice, while Willadsen and Eischeicl each tallied once.
STORM LAKE-13 EMMETSBURG-0
Although the Tornadoes amassed 332 net yards from scrimmage to Emmetsburg's 1,
numerous fumbles and penalties held Storm Lake to two touchdowns. Storm Lake's
aggressive line completely outplayed their opponents, opening huge holes on offense and
pulling down opposing backs before they had a chance to get into the open. Oatman
first crossed the white stripe into pay dirt on an off tackle play in the second period.
He also made the last touchdown with but 30 seconds remaining in the game.
STORM LAKE-21 DENISON-6
In one of the most thrilling contests on Bradford Field the Green and White defeated
Denison in a fourth quarter touchdown parade. Oatman scored Storm Lake's first
marker after the Tornadoes had marched from their own thirteen yard line in the
opening period. Early in the fourth quarter Oatman again scored for Storm Lake on
an off tackle smash from the four yard line. The last tally came on a 31 yard pass
from Patee to Whealen.
STORM LAKE-9 CHEROKEE-0
As a fitting climax for Storm Lake's successful football season, the Tornado eleven
defeated Cherokee in the annual Armistice Day game at Cherokee. Playing on a wet
and soggy field, the Tornadoes were unable to capitalize on several scoring opportunities
in the first half. Following a pass interception by Patee, Bob Willadsen crossed the final
stripe for the Tornadoes. A pass from Patee to Clough was good for the extra point.
Whealen and Wissler teamed together to pull Ryan down behind his own goal line for
Storm Lake's other two points.
EUGENE WISSLER "Wiss,'
In his fourth and last year of football at
S.L.H.S. "Wiss" was a steady and reliable
player. His tackling on defense, and hard
blocking and running from his back posi-
tion on offense earned him a place on the
All-Conference Second Team as well as
Honorable Mention on the All-State Team.
Showing their confidence and respect for
him, his teammates elected him Honorary
BRUCE PATEE "Pat"
He was able to do a first rate job at
guard, tackle or in the backfield. Wlien in
the backfield, he did the passing, and in
line plays he used his size to open holes in
the opponents' forward Walls. This along
with his ability to anticipate the plays of
the opposition will make him hard to re-
place next year.
ROBERT EGINTON "jeep"
He was a sophomore and substituted at
quarterback this year. He was a good
passer and should develop into a good back
in his next two years.
BOB WILLADSEN HR0bi11,,
The scatback of the team, he made up
for his lack in size with his speed and
shiftiness. Once he was in the open it was
difficult for opponents to catch him. An-
other sophomore, he will be a great help in
the next two years.
BOB WHEALEN "Bob"
He was selected on the All-Conference
First Team and given Honorable Mention
on the All-State Team for his excellent
playing at end in his third and last year
for S.L.H.S. His driving shoestring tackles
and his knack for catching passes made him
one of the most valuable men on the field.
LES OATMAN "Les',
Another senior with three years experi-
ence, Les had the responsibility of calling
signals. He got Storm Lake out of many
tight spots with the superior punting and
he was also the leading ground-gainer. His
ability as a blocker and as an open field
runner will be greatly missed next year.
Les was chosen on the Lakes Conference
MARK VAN VOORHIS "Marle,'
His ability as a down fieldblocker and his
ability to stop opposing backs enabled him
to do a great job as regular guard. He is
only a junior and should be an asset to next
RONALD HANSON "Hamm
His aggressiveness and rough and tumble
method of play will make him an even
more valuable man next year. Hans demon-
strated during the past season his ability to
block, tackle and hang on to passes from
his position as reserve end or guard.
ROGER RADER "R0g,'
Roger, playing his last year for S.L.H.S.
was the regular center. On offense he
could be counted on to start each play with
an accurate pass from center. He was
equally outstanding on defense, as line-
backer, pulling down many opponents'
STUART EISCHEID "Stun
Through the year he developed rapidly as
a halfback and could be counted on to gain
needed yardage. The determination and
spirit shown by "Stu" will help to inspire
the football teams of S.L.H.S. for the next
MELVIN ABBOTT "Mein
Another of those juniors whose fight and
determination greatly added to the success
of the team, Melvin could always be
counted on to do a bang-up job as substi-
tute end. He ought to be a real asset to
the team next year.
ANTON SCHMIDT "jack,
His crisp tackling as a defensive halfback
made the Tornado defense one of the
toughest. On offense he did a good job of
taking care of would-be tacklers. Unfor-
tunately he also will be lost by graduation.
DON DAN DY "Duck"
An essential member of any ball club is
a manager. His willingness to work and
keep equipment in top shape added much
to the success of the team.
LYLE RAUN "RnI1bit,'
Capable of filling in either at guard or
end, Lyleis ability to block and tackle made
him tough opposition on the gridiron. How-
ever, he is one of the lads who has played
his last season of football on Bradford
DON CLOUGH "Dinles"
Although handicapped part of the season
by a knee injury, Donis fight and liking for
bodily contact marked him as one of the
most valuable men on the field. From his
end position he could always be counted on
to rush opposing backs, lead interference or
bring the crowd to their feet with his pass
catching ability. He, too, will be lost by
MILO PEARSON "spa-f.1'f
Kept ULIE of action the first part of the
season by a heart condition, Milo made up
for it before the last game had been played.
His speed and elusiveness as a ball carrier
and his determination at all times should
mark him as a man to watch next year.
DICK CUPPY "Cup"
Able to play either guard or center, his
liking for Contact was shown in both of-
fensive and defensive play. A senior this
year, S.L.H.S. will miss him next year.
JIM MUNSELL "Iim,'
The other of our pair of managers. He,
too, found that there was always some little
things waiting to be done but there was
very little praise in return.
HAROLD DYVAD "Gus"
Known as the big boy of the team, he
used his size and aggressiveness to clear the
way for the ball carriers and to stop op-
ponents from crossing his side of the line.
His reward was selection on the All-Con-
ference Second Team. A senior, he will be
greatly missed next year.
DON LAWSON "Don"
Called the "Iron Man" of the Tornado
line, Don played his third year for S.L.H.S.
in a manner that gained the respect of
both teammates and opponents. His vicious
blocking and tackling as a guard or tackle
won for him a position on the second All-
Conference Team and will make him a hard
man to replace next year.
Oatman Wisslcr Eischcid Schmidt Van Voorhis Pearson
Patee Eginton Coach LaFoy Lawson Whealen
Dandy Glow Willadsen Hanson Munsell
TOP ROXVWRunald TIJHSUI1, ,lim Mumell, Bob Willgudselm, Don Dandy, -lack Schmidt. SECOND ROW-Mr. Honsbruek,
Robert liginmn, Don Lxwwn, Mnrk Van Vonrhis, Eugene W'isslcr, Lea O.umun, Mr. Lnljoy. BOTTOM ROW'-Stu Iliseheid,
Don Glnw, Bruce Pzxtec, Bob Wlwealcn, Milo Pearson.
TOP ROXV-Clmrles Iligginw, Allan Peters, XY'iTliS Dcgner, TWV. Honwbruck, Bill Wfill, Bud 4IoneS, Bob Connell. BOTTOM
ROXVfliob Willndsen, Ronald Hanson, Mark Vnn Voorlmis, Robert ligintun, Royal Fortune.
BRUCE PATEE--"Pat', used his height and aggressiveness at center to become high-
point man for the season and also to gain a berth on the All-Conference Second
Team and Honorable Mention on the All-State Team. However, opponents will
not have to worry about his deadly shooting next year as he will graduate in May.
Bruce was elected honorary co-captain for the season.
BOB- WHEALEN-Bob, called the sparkplug of the Tornadoes, supplied the spirit and
determination for victory in many a close game. His ability as a clever ball-handler
and an accurate shooter won him a position on the All-Conference Second Team
and Honorable Mention on All-State. Bob was also elected honorary co-captain.
STUART EISCHEID-"Stu" seemed to be the hard luck kid of the Tornadoes. Although
he was kept out of action twice during the season by illness, he returned to the
lineup each time with more fight. His ability to remain calm under pressure
should mark him as a valuable man in the next two years.
DON GLOW-Although I.H.S.A.A. regulations made him ineligible for one semester
after his transfer from St. Mary's, Don played a lot of good basketball for the
Tornadoes during the second semester. His strong defensive work and "on the
spotv passing should add much to the success of next year,s five.
MILO PEARSON-"Speed," as his nick-name indicates, was one of the faster men on
the S.L.H.S. team. He was also a clever ball-handler and he developed a one-
handed shot that enabled him to dump in many baskets. He,ll be back next year.
DON LAWSON-Don made good use of his height both on offense and defense. When
his team had possession of the ball, his timely passing and deadly shooting from
the pivot spot spelled trouble for any opposing five. While on defense it took a
good man to get around him for an open shot.
LESLIE OATMAN-Although "Les,' was not tall, his ability to get off the floor at
the right time made him one of the better rebounders on this year,s ball club.
His team spirit and will to win will be hard to replace next year.
EUGENE WISSLER-"Wiss', was one of the most reliable players on the team. His
height helped him to capture many rebounds and to hold down his man. The fans
got some of their biggest thrills from his long "swishers." These, together with
his passing ability will be missed next year.
RONALD HANSON--"Hans" was another of those juniors on whom you could depend
when the going got tough. Prom hiswguard position he was able to toss in points
when they really counted. He should be a valuable man to have around next year.
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1945-46 Basketball Record
December 4 ,,.,,,, Sac City .,,e,,,,e,,,,,,,e,,,,,,,,,,,,e,.,,.., 22
December 7 ..,..,,, Spirit Lake ,,,,... ,,,,. 1 1
December 11 ,,,,, ,,.,LeMars r,,,,,,, 31
December 14 ,...,,,, Sheldon ,,,,,,. ,,.,r, 2 0
December 28 ,,,,,,,. Spencer ,,,,,,,,., ,,e,, , 24
January 4 .,...,, , Estherville e,,,,,.., , .,,.. 3 1
January 11 ,,,,,,, ,Cherokee .,,.. ,,,, L 12
January IS ,..,.,. ,Spencer ,,,e,,,.,e,e, ,,,,, 2 7
January 18, ,,,.,. ,Emmetsburg ...,... ,,,,,, 2 2
January 25 ...,,. .. Spirit Lake ,,,,,,, W ., 13
January 29 ,,.r,,, Sheldon, ,,,,,,,,. ,,,,., 3 6
February 8 ,,,,,,, ,Estherville ,.,a,,.. 34
February 15 ...,.... Cherokee, ,,....,,,,e,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 1
19 ,,,,-., Emmetsburg ,,.,, ..,,,..,, , . ,,., 25
February 22 ,,,,,,,, Sioux City Central ,,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 8
,,,,,,eFebruary 26,,,,,,,,Marcus 14
March 1 ,,,,,,,, Aurelia,,,...,, 21
,March S ,,,.,,, ,,,,, ,,,.,, P o cahontas ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 23
March 8 .....,., ,,,,.,, M anson ,,., ...,,, 2 I
INDIVIDUAL SCORING RECORD
Goals Free Throws
A. 50 40
,A 5 1 27
,,, 24 8
,L 19 12
1 5 1 3
W, 1 5 1 1
L, 1 1 5
Storm Lake .,,.,,e,...v 24
Storm Lake ,,,....., 27
Storm Lake ,.,r,,,,,,,, 18
Storm Lake ,,...,,,,,, 24
Storm Lake ,........... 18
Storm Lake ,,,,,,,,,,,, 22
Storm Lake ,,,.,,,..... 21
Storm Lake ..,.,..,..,, 24
Storm Lake ,,,,,,,,,,, 30
Storm Lake ,,,..,,..... 37
Storm Lake ,,,,,,,,.,., 25
Storm Lake ,,,,,,,,.,,. 43
Storm Lake .,....,..... 41
Storm Lake ,,,,,,,,,,,, 24
Storm Lake ,,,,.,,..,,. 15
Storm Lake ,,,,,,,,,,,, 34
Storm Lake a,,e........ 3 2
Storm Lake C... ..,.. 5 5
Storm Lake ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 9
Fouls Total Points
5 1 140
2 2 22
1 1 19
TOP ROW'-Lyle Raun, Richard Connell, Eugene Wissler, Bill Witt, Don Lawson, David Olson, Bruce Patee, LaDon Sorensen,
Kenard Roberts, Bob Wfhealen, Bob lfginton, Phil Pritchard. THIRD ROW4Mr. Honsbruck, Don Mittelstadt, Keith Miller,
Graydon Hansen, Darwin Larson, Mnrk Van Voorhis, Harold Dyvad, Don Glow, Walter Stock, Robert Walratli, Ronald Hanson,
Milo Pearson, Melvin Abbott, coach LaFoy. SECOND ROW-Eugene Wohlers, Stu Eischeid, Bob Willadsen, Bud Jones, Skip
Hall, David Belt, Bob Phillips, Bill Milton, Dick Hughes, Dwayne Belt, Floyd Rice, Don Dandy, jim Hawbecker. BOTTOM
ROW-Allan Peters, John Toay, Royal Fortune, Jack Schmidt, Wayixe Straight, Jim Munsell, Willis Degner, George Lamb,
Charles Higgins, Bob Connell, Danny McCabe.
1946 TRACK SCHEDULE
Friday, April 12 ...,.. ......e,.eeeeeDteeDe,er.ee.....,...,e.eeeee,ee.r ...e., H o lstein Relays
Thursday, April 18am .......e.,e,ee
Tuesday, April 23 D,.,O
Friday, April 2 6 ....
Tuesday, April 30 ,.,e.
Friday, May 3 eeeeeee
Tuesday, May 7 ,eeea.
Friday, May 10 ,e,e.
Friday, May 17 aea,a
,D,tQuintangular Meet at Sac City
Sioux City Relays
eW,tDual Meet at Cherokee
------Sac City Invitation Meet
,---e ,State District at Cherokee
d-eeLakes Conference at Cherokee
1945 TRACK SEASON
Holstein Relays, April 13
Storm Lake took to the field for the first track meet of the season and emerged
eighth among strong competition. Although it was a cold windy day, the team showed
prospects for a successful season.
Pocahontas, April 20
Led by the 440 yard relay team, which was the only Storm Lake representative to
win a first, the Tornadoes finished third in the Pocahontas Relays.
Tomahawk HCherokee," April 21
Only three Tornadoes, Patee, Wissler, and Fred Lawson, participated in this meet,
but each of them managed to place in some event and together they collected 7fQ points
for the Green and White.
Sac City Quintagular, April 24
Winning nine firsts and amassing 114k points, the Tornadoes walked away with
first place honors in this meet. Oatman in the hurdle events and Wissler in the shot
and football throw won double honors for Storm Lake while the mile and 880 yard relay
teams also won firsts.
Cherokee Triangular, May 1
The Storm Lake relay teams won three of Storm Lake's nine firsts in this meet
between Cherokee, Alta, and Storm Lake. Team honors for the meet also fell to the
Tornadoes with a total of 9192 points.
Sac City Relays, May 4
Storm Lakeis all around team strength was the deciding factor in giving the Tor-
nadoes the team trophy for the second consecutive year. Two relays, the two mile and
the 880 yard, brought home first place honors, while Straight in the broad jump and
Lawson in the discus also won firsts.
County Meet, May 8
Winning first in every event except the 440 yard dash, Storm Lake's total of
168 U10 points easily took team honors.
District, May 11
Fred Lawson, winning first in the discus, was the only contestant to qualify for
state meet at Ames.
Lakes Conference, May 18
A successful season was brought to a close at Estherville where the Tornadoes
finished in the runner-up position, losing to Spencer by less than three points. Three
relays-the 440, the 880, and the mile-won firsts, while Lawson, in the discus, and
Wissler, in the 220 dash, also captured first place honors,
Boys, not on the regular football, basketball, or track squads, have
had the opportunity to engage in athletic activities as members of
physical training or intramural teams. Throughout the year many were
given the chance to participate in softball, touch football, volley ball,
basketball, track events and wrestling.
Probably the most popular intramural sport was basketball. Besides
having teams which played twice a week during phys. ed. periods, the
boys also organized four intramural teams to take part in a regular
organized Round Robin tournament. Each team, captained by a Senior
and including nine other players, played every other team five times.
At the end of the season Walter Stock,s undefeated team were declared
On May 13th all boys on football, basketball, and track teams, were
honored at an Athletic Banquet served by the homemaking girls. This
banquet included all boys out for athletics, whereas the Football Banquet
of previous years took in only football boys. About ninety, including
the cheerleaders, attended.
The feature on the program was Prof. Lewis Menze, head of the De-
partment of Physical Education from Iowa State College at Ames.
C- A l. E N D A R
-School started. "lt seems to me Pve
heard th at beforef!
-Election of class and homeroom offi-
cers. XVhealen ascends the mighty
-G. R. sponsored danceg music by the
Swing Band, and mixers.
-G. R. picnic for all high school girls.
-Iowa tests. Need we say more?
--More Iowa tests.
-G.A.A. piayday-and a good time was
had by all-
-Cheerleaders chosen. Now we have
-Student Council organized. livery year
-Senior magazine sales start. W'ho'lI
get those candy bars?
-Football kickoff night! We were vic-
-Parents' night school, but llwj' clon't
bum' to go.
-Hi-Y organized. New orderg Wissler
wields the gavel.
--Tornadoes do it again-defeat Spirit
-Time changes back one hour. Extra
hours sleep, or so they said.
-Magazine sales close. Seniors set a new
record, of course-over 51,000
-Spencer defeated us, Oh, well, there's
always next year.
-Pictures taken for Br'r'r':1'. Hrrr! was it
cold out there!
-Juniors pick out class rings. Tornado
crest chosen. It will be used by classes
in the future.
-Teachers all absent. fTeaehers, meet-
ing in Sioux Cityj. Why can't this last
-Marching Band Contest at Pocahontas.
Bigger and better contest. Almost back
to pre-war standards.
-"Fill 'er up!" was the ery heard from
the seniors today. Dental Program was
-Report cards. Better we had studied.
-Paid Assembly -- Nutchuck from
Alaska. He had a pretty jacket and
could play the piano, too.
-Homecoming. Parade led by Marching
Band. Sheldon game. Fine outcome.
-Marching Band pictures taken. We'll
let the picture speak for itself.
-Hi-Y Installation-and they're off to
a clean start.
-G. R. Installation, Recognition Service,
and Tea for the mothers. Quite a full
day but well worth the time spent.
-We spoiled Ifmmetsburgis Homecom-
-Ralph Peer. Ocarina Player. He eer-
tainly could play "Listen to the Mock-
-Halloween. Vfhere are all the street
-Hi-Y, G. R., S. C. sponsored dance.
Cider, doughnuts, decorations, low
lights, and no mixers! Hubba, Hubba.
-Seniors choose announcements with en-
graving of the school on the inside.
juniors prove they have talent. Class
play big success.
-We won the Annual Armistice Day
game at Cherokee. Marching Band
rained out at half.
-Fete de Fous. Seniors really put out
the corn. Swing Band "yIohnnie"
Wfood did all right, too.
-Magician-and we thought we had
Freshman homeroom program.
-junior Hi-Y organi7ed. Something
new has been added.
-Paid Assembly by Leon Smith plus
family and dog. Pictures of a chimp,
too. My, how our first cornet player
and drum major have changed!
Spencer basketball game postponed be-
eause of flu. Almost everyone here
-Something rare today. Date is 12-3-45.
-Sac City basketball game there and we
beat 'ent, but it was close!
-Bond drive ended. School system went
way over their goal.
-"Trusty Five" took care of Spirit Lake
-We lost the LeMars game here. Gosh,
but they were tall fellows.
-Sheldon game followed by Cheerlead-
ers' Christmas dance.
-My, rather cold out, isn't it?
-G. R. Christmas party. Girls really
pllf UH Ll gllod UNC, IOU.
-G.A.A. Christmas party. Cold Christ-
mas Caroling, wasn'L it?
-Music groups presented Christmas pro-
gram for their public.
-S. C. Christmas program. Rey. C. C.
Richardson and chorus groups did a
-Spencer game postponed again, They
were sick this time.
-W'as Santy Claus good to you?
-We finally played Spencer.
. Y' www
C A I. E N D A R
2-School started again. Semester tests to
look forward to.
4-Estherville game there but we had the
9-Guest Conductor at Concert Band.
Warraint Officer nl. G. Thomas Law-
-The B.B. boys beat Cherokee here. Do
you suppose Eischeid was as surprised
over that last basket as the crowd
-New semester. Well, hcrcls our last
chance for the year.
-We played Spencer again. In their
gym this time.
-Officers elected for Concert Band. J.
A. Jargagin, president.
-Iimmetsburg game there. Not many
S.L.H.S. kids there but they still made
a winning cheering section.
-Seniors ordered announcements. Now
all they have to do is graduate.
-G. R. and the two Hi-Y groups met
in school time. That's the first time
for a system like that.
-One Acts. Wonder what kind of car
they had in the Thornton Wilder play.
It sure had the shakes!
-I say, those kids did it again! Beat
Spirit Lake here.
-Sheldon didn't entertain us very well.
-Feb. 2-S.L.H.S. played host to County
-Vital Statistics Day. They sized up the
Senior class. For caps and gowns, that
1-A rm e n i a n speaker, Mr. Davidian.
Clever, wasn't he?
-W.P.A. Week. Herels where the girls
get to spend their money.
6-After G. R. and Hi-Y combined meet-
ing, we ought to have plenty of pep.
8-Mr. Gilchrist from Australia.
9-Iistherville game big success for us.
-W. P. A. dance after game. Gals were
on choosing side and eliminated the
-Movies on Mexico. Did you like this
-Valcntine's Day. Will you be mine?
-Election of Pep Queen. Wonder who
it will be?
-My, but the Cherokee game was close
for a while.
17-Rotary Club speaker. Can you imagine
flying around the world four times in
-Queen Barb now reigns! Congratula-
-No school! Teachers had business, we
had businessg we had play.
-Sioux City Central game. Nice trip.
26--Tournament at Cherokee. Marcus went
downg we went up!
We beat Aurelia! XY'onder who threw
that dead pigeon?
Paid Assembly. How come there were
no volunteers to try out that electric
chair? It worked!
District T o ur n a m e n t here. Poor
"Policy," de done beat 'ern!
End of basketball season.
-How about driving to Alaska? Behind
the tractors in the movies there was
-We're going to have quite a B.li. team
next year. just ask the senior boys.
-"Crossed XVires." Homeroom 8 got us
plenty mixed up for I1 while.
-"I'Il come if I can," so everybody said.
Can of food admission, you know.
-National Honor Society Initiation.
We we have ten charter members.
fBarb Allen honored at Pep Queen
-April Fool's Day. Did you get caught?
3-"May I help you, please?" J. R. john-
son and Dr. Potter told us about re-
-Preliminary music contest here. W'ho's
that knocking-? No one. Those
are my knees!
9-Report cards. Now don't you wish
you had studied?
9-Breeze went to press. Big day for
-Seniors present "Arsenic and Old
Lace." Charge!!! Another of Mr. An-
derson's successful productions.
9-Vacation. "In your Easter bonnet
with all the trimmings on it-"
7-State music contest at Sac City. NVe
had 20 entries.
--The long awaited jr.-Sr. banquet.
Thanks lots to the juniors. It really
vSomething new. Athletic banquet.
Good food and a good speaker.
-Class Day. "WT, the Senior Class of
1946 do hereby will and bequeath-"
-lt's almost over. Baccalaureate.
-Commencement. lt's all over now. So
long kids. Wisli we were coming back.
-Last day of school for underclassmen.
See you next year.
TOP ROW-Wiilter Stock, LaDon Sorensen, David Olson, Lyle Raun, Gordon Baustian, Eugene Wissler, Bob Whealen. SEC-
OND ROW-Carl Sellden, Don Hintz, Virginia Kolb, Rosemary Crowley, Marlene Olson, Zoe Broberg, Marianne Aust, Eugene
Cattermole. THIRD ROXV--lack Schmidt, Leatricc Spahn, Pat Wfhiteside, Marilyn Jennett, Natalie Chapin, Mary Ann Reese,
.lean Anne Jarnagin, Jane Holmes, Wayne Straight. BOTTOM ROW-.Ioellc Hansen, Joanne Rice, Lyle Eilers, Beverly Thomas,
Barbara Allen, Bonita Bonebrake, Evelyn Dallman, Virginia Haeklcr. NOT PTCTURED-Marjorie Kaufman.
ANNUAL STAFF - 1946
The 1946 yearbook kept these seniors busy and concerned about the
first post-war Breeze. But it was well Worth the effort and lots of fun!
Eolifor . . . Joelle Hansen
Assisfimi Edifor . . Pat Whiteside
Business Mamzger . . . Jack Schmidt
Assisfizmf Business Mizmzger ..... Carl Sellden
Ari ...... Evelyn Dallman, Bonita Bonebrake
Afhlefifs . Barbara Allen ,Bob Whealen, Eugene Wissler
Music . Rosemary Crowley, Marilyn Jennett, Don Hintz
Social . ..... Jean Jarnagin, Zoe Broberg
Snaps . Leatrice Spahn, Wayne Straight, Eugene Cattermole
Dwzmizfics . ..... Jane Holmes, Lyle Raun
Ciilelidmf .... Lyle Eilers, David Olson
Clubs . . Joanne Rice, Virginia Kolb, LaDon Sorensen
jokes . . . Mary Ann Reese, Gordon Baustian
Natalie Chapin, Virginia Hackler, Marlene Olson, Marjorie Kaufman
Index ....... Marianne Aust, Walter Stock
Sponsors . Miss McLane, Mr. Jones
Advisors . . Miss Johns, Mr. Block
Pat W.: "I'll take two quarts of gas and a pint of oil."
Carl S.: "Yes, Ma'am, and would you like me to sneeze in your tires?"
Arnold M.: "I'm just a poor boy trying to get ahead."
Mr. Bridge: "That's fine: from your performance so far, you certainly need one."
Jack Schmidt: I love its gentle warble,
I love its rapid flow,
I love to wind my tongue up,
I love to hear it go.
Mr. Anderson: "Don, use the word ferment which means 'to w0rk', in a sentencef,
Don L.: "I would much rather play pool all day than ferment in school."
Harold Dyvad's Epitaphs:
He tried to cross the railroad track,
Before a rushing train.
They put the pieces in a sackg
But they couldn't find the brain.
Chuck H.: 'Tm a little stiff from bowling."
Coach: "I don't care where you're from! Get on the track."
George Lamb: "Is it true that he called you a blockhead?"
Willy D.: "No, he didn't make it that strong. He just said, 'Pull down your cap,
here comes a woodpecker'!"
Mr. Mogck: "What made you oversleep this morning?"
Mary Ann Reese: "There are eight of us in the house, but the alarm was only set
Teacher: 'QWho can name one important thing that happened Within the last hundred
Bob P.: "ME!,'
Freshman: "May I go out tonight?"
Sophomore: "I'll be in at ten."
Junior: "I'm going out tonight."
Senior: "I'll bring in the milk."
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