Storm Lake High School - Breeze Yearbook (Storm Lake, IA)

 - Class of 1952

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Storm Lake High School Storm Lake, Iowa VOLUME XXXIX CO-EDITORS BUSINESS MANAGER ADVISORS SPONSORS Donna Mahoney Joyce Dyvad Glenn Moore Merle Kahuda Don Fiete Floyd Freerkson John Stark afzecaafwl Ages ago in ancient Greece before our great democratic country was founded, a civilization thrived which was the first of its kind. Justice in the form of democracy existed upon this earthly planet and so today we are trying to apply the doc- trines of democracy that have been handed down through the centuries from the ancient Greeks to our present day government. We, the seniors of 1952, must accept this chal- lenge of upholding the standards that have been set up for us by our predecessors. As we journey forth, let us be prepared to face the problems with clear thinking as we strive toward our hopes for world unity. Those youths who achieved and won respect in high school were those who spent something of themselves to attain that honor. The yearbook staff has worked intensely and arduously to present to you the happenings, pleasant and worthwhile, of the past year's activities. The staff hopes that many of this year's memories will return as you read and enjoy the 1952 BREEZE. 2 The senior class of "5Z" proudly ded- icates this annual to W. C. Jarnagan, edi- tor of the Storm Lake Register and the Pi- lot Tribune. Realizing the importance of having such an understanding man as ed- itor of the papers which play an extensive part in our community, the Senior Class wishes to express its gratitude to him for all he has done for our school. Mr. Jarnagan, has greatly aided our school as well as the community, and in appreciation of all his efforts, we dedicate this 1952 BREEZE. 3 L1 A' l 1 5 . A A W K t 1 1' A 'iii " ll1?l2'2v 'fr-4 5 .3 ., f x ff-W if ' Q If ...map U V. -, K -g. vxxxy K ' S' . 7,1 gg! , . V r ' If f Wfkt 'f AI v Q . xg 54 K a NIE I 'jf 1 R f I,' t -J , 3- f 5, 4 .Q J ' Ky. N ' Y w. f X I X X 'X 'Q A - f X 3" qx N, , ,x3'..,l,,gd , ' N-.N - X . x x K " ? f mx ' N Q, ug , n t X V x I .5 M., --:fy :I 1 M 'l.fi, ,N x f f J N 9 'fizfw f ' '. -.gf 4 .. . V' 'XJ 1 1 ' N ' . :A 1 f . V fiflu' - 1 I f gf K, - 1 ". . ' QQ wr I . an f X , A , Y ' IJ " 'Q - X , K rf , X " N. V W ' x ' H 2 1 I x W llxlun ' nh H lk! , l Svh XJ T X Ax. X . X 1, ' . X . , X q 5 I . ' x fu xx! Et-'. in 'K 'xx 'f N X .X N Y . -. X. Qvvsm xv xv .33 ' xq - -ik X ' Q xlhx X fx -10'-,D 1 gawwlofi ' To the Board of Education of the Storm Lake school system goes our boundless gratitude for their untiring efforts in our behalf. In their hands is placed a truly great undertaking, the education of the youth of the community. Their only com- pensation is the satisfaction that comes from a job well done. ' ,Haw F. C. Bridge Olive Yocum, Secy. M. J. Hughes .l 4 W. P. Wesselink E. Stern L. B. Hansen L. A. Dannenberg 8 Qu -ss.. . MR . MOORE Completing his fourth year as principal of the Storm Lake High School, Glenn B. Moore is respected and admired by all. His duties as principal are indeed great, but he conducts math classes, acts as ad- visor ofthe "Breeze" and helps pro- mote school activities. However, he is never ton busy to hear problems and offer advice to students and faculty. Mr. Moore more than fills his responisbility of administration. MR . BLOCK The endless task of operating a school system is the job of Superin- tendent A. R. Block, a truly amiable and understanding leader who con- stantly wins the approval of all. For fifteen years he has has been in the school system, eight of these as principal of the high school and these latter years as superintendent. The inspiration from his kindly in- terest and helpful guidance will long influence the students as they journey into the world. ilu: CLYDE SIMONS Problems Facing American De- mocracy Geometry Assistant Football and Basketball Coach MERLE KAHUDA Home Economics Personal and Family Relation- ships REED SCHAEFER Physics Chemistry Guidance IO ETHEL WHITE Shorthand Typing wacky MARIAN KEHR English Latin CECIL SPATCHER Head Football and Track Coach Assistant Basket- ball Coach Biology acuity WILLIAM BRIT- SON Shop ANN ROSEDALE Physical Education CHARLES HESS Head Basketball Coach Assistant Football Coach General Science MINNIE ANDER- SON English Library Guidance ll ,XX fr, H ft rf' I ,-Y 'fe mf A EDYTHE ALBERT Vocal Music W., if-. vii W. t FLOYD FREERKSON Art LURA MCLANE Algebra Bookkeeping Retail Selling I2 JOHN STARK American History World History Driver Training Golf Coach ROGER ANDERSON English, Speech .rf-,J L , , X, , L . W, 'Q fa: A f N.- Q' 1 Q., tru'- i J A I A fw 60- .,,.r"" JAKE LaFOY Physical Education PAT SHUMATE Secretary to Prin- cipal OLIVE YOCUM Secretary to Su- Derintendent BONITA WOLFE School Nurse f A, ..'- MARVIN FIELD Instrumental MUSIC 13 Rudy Bemat George Baud ers Beryl Newell Oscar Nelson 14 FIRST ROW -- Reynolds, Freiberg. Rawson, Kuehl. Carlson. SECOND ROW -- Toay, Abbot, Mc Nemey, Renshaw. THIRD ROW -- Roberts, Flohr, D. Lee, B. Lee, B. Mc Diarmid. Zfudemf Huawei! Under the direction of Mr. Moore, the Student Council helps create enthusiasm and purposefulness among the students as well as to sponsor many school activities throughout the year. The mem- bership consists of the senior and junior class presidents and vice-presidents, sophomore and freshman presidents, and homeroom presidents. At each meeting the group considersexisting prob- lems and plans for an ever improving high school. 15 JDE T ALICE ANDERSON Mixed Chorus-3,45 Girls Cho- rus-1,2,3,451Acts-15Jr.Class Play-3: Y-Teens - 1,2,3,45 G,A.A.-1,2,3,45 Cabinet-15 3,45Vice President-35 Breeze Staff-45 Cheerleading-1,2,3, 4. DONNA BOND QTransfer from St. Mary's-25 Y-Teens-2,3,45 G,A,A,-2,3, 45 Homeroom Secretary- Treasurer-45 Student Coun- cil-2. JANET COOPER Band-1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus- 1,2,3,45Girls Chorus-1,2,3,45 1 Acts-1,25 Jr, Class Play-35 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Cabinet-3, 45 G, A, A.-1,2,3,45 Breeze Staff-4: Hi-Breeze News-4. THOMAS TOAY Band-1,25 Mixed Chorus-1,2, 3,45 Boys Chorus-1,2,3,451 Acts-2: Jr. Class Play-35 Hi- Y-1,2,3,45 Vice President- 35 President-45 Breeze Staff -451-li-Breeze News-15 Foot- ball-1,2,3,45 Basketball-1,2, 3,45 Track-1,2,3,45 Baseball -2,3,45 l-lomeroom President -25 Homeroom Secretary- Treasurer - 15 President of Class-45 President of Student Body -45 Student Council President - 4, DARLENE ELSNER DAVID BECKWITH Transfer from Garner-45 Mix - ed Chorus-45 Boys Chorus-45 Hi-Y-45 Football-45 Letter-4. MURRAY DAILEY Band-1,2,35 Mixed Chorus-1, 2,3,45 Boys Chorus-1,2,3,45 1 Acts-1,25 Junior Class Play -35 Hi-Y-1,2,35 Football-1, 2,3,45 Letter 2,3,45 Home- room Play-15Freshman Class Homeroom P1HY'1:Y'T66I1S- President-15 Student Coun- 12.3.45 G.A.A.'1,2,3,4, cil-2. QV'- JUDITH COMSTOCK Transfer from Omaha-15 Mix- ed Chorus-2,3,45 Girls Chorus -1,2,3,45 Small Group-2,3,4: Mixed Small Group-3,4: 1 Acts-1, 25 Jr. Class Play-35 Y-Teens-1,3,45Cabinet-3,45 G,A,A,-1,2,3,45Cheerleading -2,3,4. eadaw BARBARA HOLMES Girls Chorus-25 1 Acts-1,25 Junior Class Play-35 Y-Teens- 1,2,3,45Cabinet-35Treasure- 25P1'eSid6r1t-45 G,A.A,-1,2,3, 45 Secretary - Treasurer -35 Breeze Staff-45 Cheerleading 2,3,45Homecoming Queen-45 Council Breeze Queen - 25 Student . -2. VIRGINIA SWINK DONALD FIETE fTransfer from St. Mary's-'Zj 1-Acts-25 Junior Class Play- Y-Teens-2,3,45 G,A,A.'2,3, 35FOOtbal1-2,3,45 Letter-2,3 45Breeze Staff-45Hi-Breeze- 4: B8SkeIba1l-2,3,4: Golf-2. 2,3,4, 3,45 Hi-Y-l,2,3,45 President of Hi-Y-25 Breeze Co-Editor -4 5 Student Council -3, emiaw CAROLYN YOUNGDAHL Home Room Play-15 1 Act Plays-1,25 Junior Class Play- 35Y-Teens-1,2,3,45G,A.A.- l,2,3,45 G,A,A,-Cabinet - 15 Home Room President -35 Student Council-35 Hi-Breeze -45 Breeze Staff-4, JOYCE DYVAD Mixed Chorus-l,2,3,4: Girls Chorus - 1, 2, 3, 45 Small Group-4:Mixed Small Group -45 Y-Teens-1,2,3,45Cabinet -2, 3, 45 G, A, A. -1,2,3,4g Breeze Business Manager -45 Hi-Breeze News-3,45 Librari- an-15Class President-35Class Secretary-Treasurer-45 Stu- dent Council Secretary-3, 59"-at TS" DONNA MA HONEY fl-,df KAY EISCHEID Band-1, 2, 3, 45 President of Band-l, 25 Girls Chorus-25 Band-45 Woodwind Quintet 2, 3, 45 Girls Chorus-2, 3 Homeroom Play- l :Y-Teens- -1,2,3,45 Y-Teen Vice Pres- ident - 35 G,A,A.- 1,'2,3,4 Breeze Co-Editor-45 Home- room Vice President - 1 Homeroom Secretary-Treas- urer-2. LEE VAN VOORHIS Band-15 Mixed Chorus-l,2,3, 45 Boys Chorus-l,2,3,-45 Boys Quartet - 45 Small Group-45 Accompanist for Girls Chorus -2,3,45 Choraliers-45 Home- room Play-lg Hi-Y-l,2,3,45 Basketball-l,2,3,45 Track-l 2,35 Homeroom Treasurer-45 Student Council-l. 1 RAMONA PORATH Y-Teens-1,2,3,45 G,A,A,-1, 2,3,45Cabinet-35 Breeze staff -45 Homeroom Vice Pres- ident-2,-4. Homeroom Play-lg Junior Class Play-3: Y-Teens-l,5Z,3, 45 G,A,A,-l,2,3,45 Cheer- leading 3,4. if RICHARD SEWARD Boys Chorus-3,45 l Acts-25 Hi-Y-l,2,4: Football - 2, 45 Baseball-l,2,3,45 Homeroom Vice President-15 Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer-35 Bas- ketball-4. 1' SUZANNE RAWSON QTransfer from Des Moines-35 Band-3,4g Y-Teens-3,4g Vice President - 4: G,A.A, -3,4g Breeze Staff - 45 Hi-Breeze News-4 :Class Vice President- 4g Student Council-4: Vice President-4. NORMA ROSACKER Girls Chorus- lg Y -Teens -1 ,2, 3,45 G.A.A. -1,2,3g Breeze Staff-4. MARIAN SHANNON Girls Chorus-1: Homeroom Play - lg Y-Teens-1,2,3,4g G.A.A,-l,2,3,4g Breeze staff- 4g Hi-Breeze News -4. ROBERT WILLCUTT Band-1,25 Mixed chorus-1,2, 3,4g Boys Chorus-1,2,3,4g 1 Acts-2: Junior Class Play-35 Homeroom Play-lg Hi-Y-1, 2,3,4g Vice President-41 Foot- ball-3g Breeze Staff-4: Hi- Breeze News-2: Class Vice President-lg Class Secretary- Treasurer-3. BARBARA WILD Homeroom Play-lg 1 Act-lg Junior Class Play-3g Y-Teens- 1,2,3,4g G, A. A, - l,2,3,4p PresidentofG,A,A,-4gCheer- leading-1,'2,3,4gBreeze staff -4 JOHN GAILEY MICKEY RABINER HomeroomP1ay-2gHi-Y-1,2, Band-2,3,4gY-Teens-1,2,3,4q 3.4:Baseball-2,3-,4gLetter-25 G. A. A.-1,2,3,4g Hi-Breeze Basketball-2. FRANCIS WALDO Boys Chorus-1: Hi-Y-1,2,4g Football-l,2,3,4g Track-1,2, 3,4. News-3,4. endow LORRAINE SCHRAMM Band-1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus - l,2,3,4: Girls Chorus-1,2,3,4 Small Group-2,3,4g Mixec Small Group-3,45 Choraliers- 3,4g Homeroom Play-lg Y- Teens-2,3,4g G,A,A,-2,3,4, 5' IACQUE ANDREASON JAMES ROHLK LAVONNE HANSEN HELEN ANDREWS fTransfer from Audabon -41 Mixed Chorus - 2,3,4g Boys Y-Teens-1,2,3,4g G,A,A,-1, Girls Chorus-25 I-lomeroom Y - Teens - 4. Chorus-1,2,3,4g l-lomeroom 2,3,4g Breeze Staff-4. Play-25 Y-Teens-l,'2,3 Play-lg Hi-Y-1,3: Basket- G,A.A.-l,2,3,4g Breeze Staff ball-2,3,4. eadaw BARBARA SCHUELKE fTransfer from West Bend -41 MERRIL CHRISTY Mixed Chorus-45 Girls Cho- rus-4g Y-Teens-45 G,A,A,-4. fTransfer from Truesdale -41 Hi-Y-4. DELBERT SIEVERS Mixed Chorus-45 Boys Chorus -3,43 Hi-Y-1,2,4g Football- 4g Basketball-Manager-4. SALLY HYLLESTED Band-1,2 ,3,4g Clarinet Trio - 25 Clarinet Quartet-35 Mixed Chorus-3.4: Girls Chorus-2,3 4g Small Group-3,41 Junior' Class Play-3: 1-lomeroom Play-2: Y - Teens-1,2,3,4g Cabinet-3: G.A.A,-1,2,3,4: I-li - Breeze - 49 Homeroom President- 2. LOIS MADSON feens-23 G,A,A. -1 BEVERLY ROBBINS Homeroom Play-1gY'Teens- I,2,3,4g Breeze Staff-4, MOLLY SULLIVAN QTransfer from St. Mary's-31 Girls Chorus-4gY-Teens-3,45 G.A.A.-3,4. DORIS MCNERNEY fTransfer from Nevada-31 Y- Teens - 3, 43 G,A,A, - 3,45 Breeze Staff - 43 Student Council-43 Secretary Treas- urer-4. BILL HARRISON fTransfer from Sheldon -3, Junior Class Play-35 Hi-Y-45 Football - 3, 45 Letter-3, 4g Baseball-3,43 Track-4. MARILYN NICKELS I-Acts-Qgllomeroom Play-lg Y-Teens-1,2,3,4g G,A.A.-1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Breeze-I, 2, 3,43 Assistant Editor-35 Editor-45 Junior Class Vice President-3, Student Council 3. WILLIAM LEE fTransfer from Hayes-43 Mix- ed Chorus-45 Boys -Chorus-45 Basketball - 4, I-Iorneroom President-4: Student Coun- cil-4g Breeze Staff-4. MERLE KAHUDA Sponsor Homeroom I. CHARLES HOFFMAN fTransfer from Dennison-31 Band-3,45 Mixed Chorus-3,43 Boys Chorus-3,41 Track-3,45 Letter-3, Breeze Staff-4. RAMONA SCHRAMM Y-Teens-1,2,3,4g G.A,A,-1, 2,3,4g Hi - Breeze-45 Class Secretary-Treasurer-2. MARTHA WELLS Y-Teens-1,2,3,4g G.A,A,71, '2,3,4g Breeze Staff-4, Hi- Breeze -4: Ho rneroom Vice President-3, gf' asr , , ,W ,. N, , '- i . mm,.,,gQ t I , 4 2 fx 4 f .-+1-,ta egg DON MERRY Boys Chorus-l,2,3,4g Home- room Play-21 l-li-Y-1,2,4 Secretary Tre asurer-of Hi- Y-2. in JANET MCDIARMID Girls Chorus- 13 Y -Teens-l ,2 , 3,45 G,A,A,-l,2,3,4. DICK ISENBERGER Boys Chorus - lg Homeroom Play-2g Junior Class Play-39 Football-3,43 Baseball-l,2,3 43 Golf-3,41 Hi-Y-1,2,4. JOHN STARK Sponsor Horneroom II DICK WOOD Mixed Chorus-152: Boys Cho- rus-1,2g Hi-Y-1,2,4p Foot- ball-2,3,4g Manager-1: Bas- ketball - 2, 3g Manager lg Tf3Ck'1.2.3.4: Baseball-2,3, 4: Homeroom Secretary- Treasurer-lg Vice President of Class-2. CAROL LEE JOHNSON CAROLINE LARSON Band-1,2,3,4g Drum Major-3, Band-l,2,3,4gY-Teens 1 2 3 4: Mixed Chorus-3,45 Girls 45 G,A,A,-l,2,3,4 Cabinet Chorus - 2,3,4g 1-Acts - 1,2, Junior Class Play-3g Y Teens-1, 2, 3, 4g G.A,A,- 1, 2,3,4g Cabinet-3. PAT HOUREN fTransfer from St. Mary's-21 One Acts - 2: Junior Class Play-3: Hi-Y-2,3,4g Football- 2,3,4g Basketball-3,45 Track- 3g Baseball 2,3,4g Hi-Breeze- 33 Class President-2, VIRGINIA WEILAND Girls Chorus-1: Y-Teens-1,2, 3,45 G.A.A,-1,2,3.4g Breeze DON MILLER Staff-4: Hi-Breeze-4. H1'Y'1 2 3 4 .Ziff 'YU' First row: Gailey, Cameron, Degner, Babcock, Crissey, Frieberg, B. Allen, Christenson, Brummer. Second row: Covington, Galvin, Connell, Cole Geisinger, Abbott, Dannenberg, Bumann, Fitz-I gerald. Third row: Coffin, C. Allen, Dierwecter, Fiscus, R. Huegerick, Gerry, Gaes, Hoffman Fourth row: Hammer, Bauer, R. Hanson, Fertig Jones, Boysen, Botine, Not pictured -- D, Hill. First row: Luhmann, Ouinn, Schaller, Storck, Hunter, Salie, Richardson, Stacy, Second row: Grewell, Wellmering, Risely, Tutt, Taggs, Meyers, Joye Miller, Wheat. Third row: Warnock, Robb, Ponsor, Howard, Marvin Lewis, Manly Thorton, Melvin Thorton,Jim Miller. Fourth row: Prichard, Phipps, D. Lee, Schmitz, Wagner, Wissler, Roberts. 1 Ably managing the homerooms are: Presi- dents: Pat AbbottandBob Robertsg Vice-presidents, Romayne Huegerichg Sec- retary-Treasurers, Ronnie Dierwechter and Susan Salie. After two years of ex- perience of the junior class seems possessesed of many fine abilities and ambitions to make a future class of seniors that Storm Lake will respect. Fine leader- ship has been shown by their class and homeroom officers and class officers. Their fine dramatic ability was shown in this year's junior class play, "You Can't Take It With You." It was one of the most hilarious and outstanding ever presented in Storm Lake and will long be re- membered by all. The jun- ior's wonderful workman- ship was shown in the ex- quisite Prom, given in honor of the senior class. We all take our hats off to you, the juniors. We are sure you will succeed. ww Ann Luhmann, Dick Lee, Judy Frieberg Miss Anderson, Mr. Simmons Sa amazea First row: Hopkins, P, Golnitz, Ellis, Kramer K Hanson, Claussen, Dyslin, M. Lee, Hughes Sec-I ond row: V. ljliegerich, J. Dyvad, Kuehl Hix Hoeven, M. Eischeid, Hase, Grienke Third row: Hill, Ioebgen, Hoch, Brunner, Fietes, Keith Barnett, Karol Barnett. Fourth row: Bland, Bur- mister, Harrison, Barels, Flohr, Immanuel. First row: Reynolds Muffley Stafford Patter 0 I D I S n Scofield, McConkey, E. Stock, Wildinson Porter Second row: North, J. Peterson, K. Peterso1i,Swift A. Stock, L. Shannon, Marilyn Lewis,S. Peterson Third row: Nelsen, G. Porter, LaFoy, Yocum Mailliard, Wohlers, Spooner. Fourth row: Steig Parrott, R f ld osen e , Woehlers,Schaefer, Shaw. Vice-presidents, Jim E- manuel and Joan Staffordg Secretary-Treasurers, Mary Eischeid and After a year's exper- ience in S. L. H. S. the sophomore class of 1951- 52 have really earned a place of recognition in our school. At first, they too, like the freshman class were timid and inexperi- enced when they first en- tered high school. Now they have lost their timid- ity and always greet you with a smile and a cheery greeting. They also have shown their acting ability by their excellent perform- ance in the traditional one- acts. We are confident that with all this talent and with all the wonderful person- alities the members of this class possess, they will be a future junior class to be proud of. The homeroom offi- cers are: Presidents, Jim Flohr and Nancy Reynoldsg Vice-presidents, Jim E- manuel and Gary Yocumg Secretary-Treasurers, Mary Eischeid and Joan Stafford. Ni' Gaelyn Porter, Anita Kuehl, Larry Hill Miss McLane, Mr. Britson wx-H if 'ff First row: Beckwith, Krouse, Carlson, Breecher, Green, Horner, C. Golntiz, B. Johnson, Homme. Second row: Baker, Hough, Lindlief, Bleeke, Mefford, Holtapp, Ireland, Clifton. Third row: R. Johnson, B. Hoffmann, Hadenfelt, Hout, B. Mc- Diarmid,I. Gailey, Gordon, Fourth row: Aylword, R. Dailey, Haukland, R. Hoffmann, R. Galvin, Kennedy. 'ws First row: Shideler, Platt, Stroup, Smith, White, Weaver, Taggs, K. Miller. Second row: Reese, Nelson, Redenbaugh, Meyers, Otto, Sorenson, Nixon, S. Miller. Third row: Jim Miller, Dick Renshaw, Daryl Renshaw Shatp,R. Merry, Pappa- dackis, M. Richardson, Watkins, Steffen, Sorenson, Winkel, Triekel, McManmus. fzeadmcm Although this year's freshman class is a little shy and inexperienced we are sure they will come through with great success in their remaining years at S. L. H. S. and the later years to come. They have already proved their ability to challenge any problems they meet on their road to to success. Some have proved to be leaders by holding homeroom and class offices. Also a great deal of dramatic ability was shown by those taking part in the one act plays. We wish them well! The homeroom officers are: Presidents, Bob Mc- Diarmid and Dick Renshawg Vice-presidents, Chuck Kennedy and Corwin Stephan, Secretary-Treasurers , Ron- nie Hoffman and Daryl Ren- shaw. --4 Ronnie Johnson, Shirley Carlson, Jim Gailey. All 'N Mr. Schaefer, Miss White. 29 MX We emo C6551 ' 515 First row: Manly Thorton, Gary, Hammer, Coffin, Hoffman, L. Hill, Melvin Thorton, R. Johnson, M. Richardson. Second row: Hoch, Isenberger, Gordon,Cole,R. Hansen,Barels,Nelsen,Waldo.Fietes,Fiscus. Third row: Seward, Phipps, La Foy, Burmister, Kennedy, D. Merry, D. Bechwith, John Gailey, Wood, Fourth row: Willcutt, Sievers, E. Harrison, Fiete, Roberts, Toay, Flour, Cristy. Fifth row: Jones, Ro- senfold, Van Voorhis, Rohlk, B. Harrison, Bauer, Houren. Top: Willcutt,Toay. Middle: Hour- en, LaFoy, Anderson, LaFoy. Bottom: Thornton. 32 Wa- With a strong Christian background the Hi-Y has had an outstanding year. Mr. An- derson and Mr. LaFoy have capably helped the boys set their standards and morals to become better men. The organization's work is always noticeable around the school as the members are on the job selling tickets for various activities. The whole school appreciated their enjoyable Christmas program. Another of their jobs included their an- nual sale of the booster license plates, advertising the Tor- nadoes. Some of the members at- tended the Sioux Falls convention from which they gained valuable information and experience. First row-B, Allen. Luhmann, Frieburg,Geisinger, Ris1ey,Salie. J. Porter, Hopkins, Redenbaugh, Green, Taggs, C. Golnitz, K. Miller, Platt, Crissey, Reynolds, Christensen, J. Peterson, R, Schramm, Mahoney, Swink, Wild, Holmes, Second row-Ellis, M. Richardson, Quinn, Fitzgerald, Schaller, Shannon. L. Hansen, E. Stock, Wixon, Wilkinson, Hughes. Wheat, Shideler, M,Eischied, Joan Dyvad, L.Shannon, P.Go1nitz, Robbins, Grewell, Tutt, K. Eischied, Rawson, Third row-Cameron, Storck, Dannenburg, Conne11,StaCy.J0ye Miller, Anderson, Hyllested, Rabiner, Larson, Brummer, Comstock, Nixon, Hough, Nelsen, Holtapp, K. Hanson, Patterson,Huegerich,Hoe- ven, Kramer, Kuehl, Stafford, Fourth row-Abbott, Covington, Ireland, Clifton, Sharp, Bleeke, Carlson, Mef- ford, Otto, K. Miller, P. Beckwith, Homme, Weaver, C. Taggs, North, Rosacker, L, Schramm, Bumann. Mc- Nerneyg Fifth row-Degner, Andrews. Lewis, Claussen, Horner, Breecher, B. Johnson, Weiland, Meyers, Hout, Hunter, C,Johnson, Howard, Youngdahl, Joyce Dyvad, Nichels, Galvin, D. Hill, Wellmerling, Muffleyg Sixth row- Sullivan, Scheulke, Porath, Baker. Reece, Stroup, Sorenson, Krouse, White, McDiarmid, McConkey, Hix, A, Stock, S. Peterson, K, Peterson,Grienke, Dyslin, Elsner, M. Gailey. ' 66054 Top-Barbara Holmes, middle-Sue Rawson, Miss Kahuda, Pat Abbottg bottom-Anita Kuehl. Joanne Dyvad, Striving to create a fellowship of girls has been one of the Y-Teen belonging. goals this year. This has been a happy busy group as they participated in their many activities. With the help of the adult Council they were hostesses to the Northwest Iowa Y-Teens Conference Under the direction of the Cabinet they sponsored the Thanksgiving program and the annual Christmas Dance as well as the Spring Mother-Daughter Banquet With a thought for their foreign friends they sent friendship packages. Under the sponsorship of Miss Kahuda, Y Teens attained nearly one-hundred per cent membership, making nearly every girl in high school have a feeling of First row-Claussen, Muffley, B, Allen, Geisinger, Salie, Risely, J. Porter, Hopkins, Redenbaugh, Platt, K, Miller C. Golnitz, Crissey, Reynolds, Christensen. I. Peterson, R. Schramm, K. Eischeid, Swink, Wild, Holmes. Sec- ond row-Ellis, M,Richardson,Quinn, Fitzgerald, Schaller, M,Shannon, L. Hanson, E,Stock, Wixon, Wilkinson Lewis, Shideler, Wheat, M. Eischeid, Joan Dyvad, L. Shannon, P. Golnitz, V. Hueqerich, Hoeven, Stafford Kuehl, Rawson, McNerney, Third row-Sorenson, Storck, Dannenberg, Connell, Stacy, Joye Miller, Anderson Hyllested, Rabiner, Larsen, Brummer, Comstock, Nixon, Hough, Nelson, Weaver, Holtapp, K. Hanson, North Dramer, Patterson, Mahoney. Fourth row-McConkey, Krouse, B.Iohl'1s0n, Cameron, Andrews, Porath, Schuelke Sullivan, Weiland, Mefford, Otto, S. Miller, P. Beckwith, Homme, L. Schramm, Hughes, Johnson, Hunter Elsmer, Dyslin, Grienke. Fifth row-McDiarmid, K. Peterson, Ireland Breecher, Horner, Bleeke, Sharp, Clifton, Carlson, Hout, Baker, S. Peter son, A. Stock, Hix, Youngdahl, Joyce Dyvad, Nickels, Wellmerling, Bu mann, M, Gailey. Not pictured-Cooper, Wells. Top-Miss Rosedaleg middle-Anita Kuehl, Linda Dannenbergg bottom- Marilyn Cameron, Barbara Wild. at the dowtown alley. zation. 34 This year the girls learned lessons in teamwork and sportsmanship as well as having had fun in G.A.A. They had tournaments in volley ball, basketball and soft ball under the excellent coach ing of Miss Rosedale. Along with their school activities, the members had an opportunity to learnthe skills of bowling Some of the highlight events of their year included freshman initiation, a Christmas party, and the final dance of the school year. All of the girls owe a great deal to this fine organi First row, left to right: Cooper, Wells, Reynolds, Quinn, Kuehl, Fitzgerald. Salie, Grewell, Luhmann, Shannon. Second row, left to right: Hough, Rawson, Nickels, Schramm, Abbott, Dyvad, Swink, Rabiner, Lindlief, Third row, left to right: Schaller, Coffin, Thornton, Lee, Youngdahl, Thornton. Dierwechter, Hyllested . Miss Kehr, Marilyn Nickels, Wd- Ffa That the job of putting out a weekly newspaper is not an easy one and re- quired a great deal of cooperation and work,is wellknown by the Hi-Breezes' staff. Wednesday nights found various members of this group finishing up last minute items and putting the finishing touches on articles to meet the 4 P.M. deadline. This fine or- ganization, and its sponsor, Miss Kehr, deserve a great deal of credit for bringing news and interesting items about Storm Lake High School to its student body and faculty. Zbzeeye Staff First row-Mr. Moore, Mr. Freeksen, Porath, Swink, Crissey, Hoi- ,,. mes, Anderson, Fiete, Mahoneyg Second row-Shannon, Dyvad, Wei1and,Rosacker, Robbins, Wild, Rawson, McNerney, Andrewsg W' Third row-Van Voorhis, B. Lee, Seward, Toay. Not pictured- 'N' Wells, Cooper. WM ffm haw - ,,,, ,, ..,, -L , -M . ,L., , ... L,w,L LW AX,, WW VLX, N, A ,,LL u,,,.,. ., M, ,.n.,,..N.. WMQM., A M .XW.., , W. . ,XW,f W, M, W W, . fW:A2, H .5 .V W-..m,, K....,.,..M.,, .x,, W,,mWMi,,, M ,mX,,L ,, LLX.LA W ,AX, W..p..,,.,W.w,,.. , ,........,,,W., ,Lm. A, ,mm LA,L Q MM., .,Lh A , M1 4' w-4 W ug M -x-- Q ww, M ,,:b 4- ,W ,WW e , .L x , .- L. f Q4- ,,,v,,. 4, ,M ,.,1 Q-fwwm. Leading the student body in spirit and enthusiasm through the Tornadoes, vic- tories have been peppy girls. It has been a big job to keep practicing old yells for perfection and learning new ones to teach the student body. 604 S1 G Q. . pm Dan0e'nb?isCbexd ' 109' BOQBS' ww' 38 C n QOKYXSXO 16. agiotd- etson. wx SM, f vs New OV gi. B QT dffmzdcmc Burmiester, Rosacker, Miss Anderson, Robbins, Tutt, D. Hill. pfzajealfdaaidlfa First row-Manly Thorton, Melvin Thorton. Dierwechter, Gordon. Ponsor Prichard- Second row Hammer, Kenedy, Roberts, Gaes, Wisslerg Third row-Keith Barnet, Karol Barnet, Nelson, Emm anuel, Joebgen, Shaw, 39 3 N I J-4' ff' iw? X - f . "s, , ,WQN ff. - ff K. .7 l , :KX . - nl. nav 5 7 '1 ,Zi I . A V U1 1 ,, V QM I' 11 Y' . 'f I X,v f- I , H I' ' P N X X f ffl 5 ' L. M s fx ,r-X, I ek. -- A ,..- x pw' K N I i 1 f 0 O .n lik., 'I' v, ,, 'g nifmzpym fa f I4"7'ifAS'!"X PM ,190 3' LAN- Q55 f' fi I X 1 R ' 'Sg ill, . ff iw . ' ,i i X- : '1 Q'-Q' Q... Aff:- v'-.ot f F ,. 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A - .- Q - A I X isxxxh ' ---Qf 'ig L3fi3fE2E:111-3,4-cis?:-s:.i1.-,, 4 - - " ' - X , ' ' 1 -Asx'-'-Zx::q4 , . S-x S , i Sax 'A,,,I 3-2,-iff-if" " ' ""' A A Q' ,,, - K M , ,-- . '. - ' A '-, .-'iii' - , .4 '-"' f- 4,-"' - , , ' 4 :4' I ' 1,1 ,. , ,Z --' ,E-': - , M! .,LJ if 'lj .51 f Zgfjfz daf, -T I, ,, I Q Sue RaLuson'52 O C: 0:4 706044 af Sang After another year we can say "well done" to the stu- dents who make up the girls' chorus, boys' chorus, and mixed chorus, and to their very capable instructor, Miss Edythe Albert. The students who make up these choruses were se- lected early in the fall by Miss Albert. One of the most important performances was the concert given at Christmastime. Instead of the usual Christmas songs, a concert of holiday music was given December 16, 1951. Featured were songs about holidays representing each month of the year. Solists and small group participated in this concert, together with the choruses. The choruses worked hard for probably the biggest event of the year, the music contest held at Denison. Much time was given by these students who thoroughly enjoyed singing together. Music has become more and more important part in the lives of the students and prob- ably will continue to do so. Much recognition should go to Miss Albert for her splendid job in preparing various music groups for their performances. lst row-McConkey, S Platt, Grewell, Cameron, Cooper, Hopkins, Weaver, B. Johnson, Reynolds. Stock, Porter Miller, Sullivan, Luhman. 2nd row-Babcock, Covington, Schaller, Frieberg, Horner, Comstock, Anderson, Hyll: stead, Brummer, M. Lee, Muffley, Lewis, Stroup. 3rd row -Green, Galvin, White. Salie. Stacy, Richardson. Eis- cheid, Wheat,Reese, Patterson, Hoeven, Kuehl. 4th row-Nelson, Allen, Schramm, Schuelke,Kramer, Joanne Dy- vad, Hunter, S. Miller, J. Miller. Howard, Crissey. Back row-Ellis, I-Io1tapp,Geisinger, Storck, Abbott, C.Johnson Dannenberg. Joyce Dyvad. J. Peterson, Connell. 1st row -Grewell, Cameron, Freiberg, Cooper, Dierwechter, Schaefer, Ponsor, Comstock, Hopkins, Weaver, Luhmann 2nd row -Babcock. Covington, Schaller, Sa1ie,Wi1lcutt, Robb, Fiscus, Dailey, Toay, Richardson, Anderson, Hyllested Stroup, 3rd row-Green, Galvin, Schuelke, Kramer, Yocum, Botine, Beckwith, R. Hoffman, Joanne Dyvad. Hunter Patterson, Kuehl. 4th row -Schramm, Holtapp. Storck, C. Hoffman, Boysen, Jones,.Seivers, Harrison, Dannenberg S. Miller, Howard. 5th row-Abbott, Johnson, Wagner, D. Lee. Rohlk, Van Voorhis, Rosenfeld, B, Lee, Connell, Joyce Dyvad. Back row-Wagner. D. Lee, Jones, Rohlk, Van Voorhis, Rosenfeld, B. Lee. 4th row-Shaw.Bare1s. Stieg,F1ohr. Boy- sen, Sievers, E, Harrison. Seward. 3rd row -Merry, Galvin, Trickel, Gillespie, Schmitz, Botine, Beckwith, R. Hoff- man, Hadenfelt, 2nd row-Melvin Thornton, McDiarmid, R, Dailey, C. Hoffman, Willcut, Robb, Fiscus, M. Dailey Toay, Manly Thorton. lst row-Richardson, Hoch, Hill, Porter, Wohlers, Yocum, Bland, Dierwecter, Schaefer Ponsor, Coffin. 43 1:12 K ....,,,m-1 77iwac66a9 Kang agezfdefz In the fall the marching band is one of the many centers of activity. The familiar sound of the whistle, the twirling batons, and the drum cadence begins as the marching band "steps off." You could have seen the band performing for the football games, leading the Homecoming festivities, or giving their enthusiastic support to the cheering section. There was more behind the scenes than meets the eye. For instance there were the numerous practices at the Brad- ford field and "fall out" followed by the hurried rush for a ride back to school. Culminating a very colorful season under the direction of Mr. Fjeld, their director, the Storm Lake High School band receivedall rating at the State Marching Band Contest held at Memorial Ball Park. The coming of winter found the music students delving into more difficult pieces and training their ears for the sound of the right pitch. The concert band which assumed an important role consisted of several bands. Two of these were the pep band, a spirit booster for the pep meetings and basketball games, and the orpheum band which appeared at the class plays and added a musical background for other occasions. The concert band's first appearance was at a concert on February 12. After the concert the band began in earnest to prepare for the contest in April. Mr. Fjeld may be congratulated on the wonderful job he has done with the instrumental group of Storm Lake High School. 44 an , Hoch, iete t, C, Hoffman, Estes, R.F OU ugh. C. H Ho dson, har hnson. M. Ric Jo R. ichorn, C1aussen,Sa1ie, E agner, Fisc us W Hunter get sin . row-Schramm, Gei lst Back 1. ueh Patterson, Quinn, K T. cum, G, Porte Yo Willfong, Bleeke, Carlson, ad en, H 11 per, B,A OO nton, C Thor elvin -M OW 1' 2nd Green. aller Sch :- cu r: o 4: eu E ds rdson, Reynol Richa S rf 2 on C ... P 3 .25 Q. '13 2 L3 M ri O U5 I-4 Q3 L: fl 53 .:: 3 'U .- U --I Lf' 3 O I-4 .2 U o O-3 LD E o l-4 E fu U :F o ..- 1: lnl o .r.: l-' rf. l11 r: fu E J o V, r.: o o. U3 cn 5 eu U7 .-T cu 13 : E us ci D.. eu .. .-. o II J -. fu V-1 c: eu acy, St ffin torck. Co d S 3r F. hte CC IW C ,Di ristensen Lee, Homme, Ch ld, Ellis, M. I3 Q6 Fitz Y, Breeche ckwith, Ireland, Rise1y.Hi11. Be 5. aY Allen, M llen, K, Wa Hyllested ock row-Bl C with ""'1?' BOY'S QUARTET GIRL'S TRIO ii 15, vi 'Wa1!e'cz5Ze GIRL'S SEXTET 1 ALL-STATE GROUP The small groups, which include girls'trio, girls' sextet, boys' quartet, and choraliers, have become familiar sights at school programs, plays, churches, and various organizations throughout the community. Before school, at noon, and after school were the times you could find them vocalizing in the new music room. Each group did very well at the various contests in which they par- ticipated this spring. A great deal of credit goes to these groups and also to their very capable director, Miss Albert. Both have given up a lot of time to bring us enjoyable music through the past year. BAND OFFICERS CHORALIERS TRUMPET TRIO FLUTE TRIO 624004 W 'Z Soon after the second semester starts the small groups began to take form. We find them practicing before school, during study halls, and after school. They may be heard performing for various occasions as well as at contests. These groups consist of Trumpet Trio, Flute Trio, Clarinet Quartet, Saxaphone Quartet, Woodwind Quintet, and Brass Sextet. CLARINET QUARTET ,es ff FN ill may ,fl f- WOODW TE SAXAPHONE QUARTET IND QUIN T BRASS SEXTET lim Bill lu 32 5 Z Warren Bauer Dick Wood Dori Fiete, Co-captain Tom Toay, Co-captain Back Back Tackle Back fl Dave Beckwith Pat Houren Bill Harrison Tackle Back End lui-'I Dick Lee Bob Roberts Bill Rosenfeld Murray Dailey End Guard Center Guard .., J A W .. ZA' ygm.. "k: 'viii V Tf3f:. jT1 ,Q if 'V .QiJ5E"i f BQ S , ,. ,ggfiigfgfiggg X 's: - 1 ' ' . 5, Dale Ponsor Delbert Seivers Rees Phipps Bob McDiarm1d Back Back Tackle Back an Dick Isenberger Francis Waldo Marvin Lewis Guard Back Guard -,px .fa 1 if fu Us Earl Harrison End Bob Hoch Back wwf M . uf' Dick Botine Don Robb End Back nf. T., 4 H ' TJ , Q' .fgwgd 7 .14 W .3 151 Q R' First row- R. Dailey, R. Merry, Robb, Hoch, McDiarmid, Stephan, Gailey, Hoffman, Second row- Hess, E Harrison, Phipps, Fertig, R. Lee, Rosenfeld, Wagner, Barles, Flohr, B. Harrison, Beckwith, Third row- Simons Wood,M. Dailey, Boysen, Bauer,Fiete,Houren, Isenburger, Toay, Sievers, Roberts, Spatcherg Fourth row- Nel- sen, D. Renshaw, Hoffman, LaFoy, Seward, Fiets, Gillespie, Hammer, Botine, Lewis, Ponsor, Mailliard, Hauk- land, Trickle, Pappas. 52 'getween Q-'HM Me Que! peak NCQ ER mass sPA TCH SIMONS S. L 6 Sac City 27 An inexperienced Storm Lake eleven under their new coach, Cecil Spatcher, journeyed to Sac City and en- countereda veteran Sac team. They were unable to cope with the over -all power of the Indians but never quit fight- ing and the boys show indication that they'll be hard to beat after some experience. S. L. 0 Sibley 14 The Tornadoes made an unimpressive showing in their first home game. The Storm Lake offense never got roll- ing and our defense was unable to stop Sibley's ground game. Valuable experience was gained which helped in future games. Sibley scored a safety in the first half and two touchdowns in the second half to complete the scor- ing. S. L. 13 Spirit Lake 13 The Green and White ,h by playing heads up football, made their homecoming asuccess witha 13-13 tie again- st the Indians. Playing their best ball all year the Torn- adoes came back after trailing 13-0 to gain a moral vict- ory. The team showed great improvement and we're looking forward to the coming games. S. L. 0 Spencer 33 The Tiger's ability to execute long touchdown runs proved to be the difference as Spencer won its Home- Pla in in the rain the Tornadoes were unable coming. y g , to capitalize on their long drives which carried them deep into Spencer territory. The score fails to indicate how hard the Tornadoes fought. S. L. 0 Estherville 26 Returning home , the Tornadoes were beaten by a strong Estherville team. Storm Lake started strong but they never recovered from a bad break received when the Midgets intercepteda pass and went all the way for a touchdown. Breaks were again a big factor in the outcome but again the Green and Whife couldn't capitalize on their long marches. S. L. 27 Sheldon 13 Storm Lake started strong and continued to outclass the Orabs from Sheldon for the entire game. Showing a lot of spirit the Tornadoes coped their first conference victory. The boys displayed a good brand of football for the home crowd. S. L. 28 Emmetsburg 28 Storm Lake journeyed to Emmetsburga definite under- dog and Dulled one of the outstanding upsets in the Lakes Conference so far by tying the strong E-Hawks. Emmets- burg had to come from behind in the closing minutes to tie the score, and as the game ended, the Tornadoes were well on their way to another touchdown. It was the out- standing game of the year for the Storm Lake eleven. S. L. 14 Laurens 0 Playing in below freezing weather before a home crowd, the Tornadoes battled a game Laurens eleven. The Green and White's superior defensive play proved too much for the small Laurens team. The weather was a definite hinderance to any offensive action. S. L. 7 Cherokee 34 For the final game of the season, the Tornadoes jour- neyed to Cherokee for the annual clash with the Braves. The locals fought hard but were unable to match the over-all power of the conference champs. Thus marked the final game for ten senior lettermen and also closed the season with the records showing two wins, five losses, and two ties. Don Fiete, a senior tackle, and Bob Roberts, a junior guard were selected for the Second All-Conference team in the Lakes Conference. Tom Toay, senior back, Warren Bauer,junior back,and Bill Harrison,senior end,received honoraole mention in the Lakes Conference. 53 pllir NW? s M9 X 5 en ' I Xl Q K ' WIA an 1y40d4,,.It ak , 51. 51 . '41 TOM TOAY PAT HOLREN LEE VAN VOORI-IIS JIM ROI-ILK. WARREN BAUER BILL ROSENFELD DON FIETE DICK ISENBERGER PETE SCHMITZ. DICK SEWARD BILL LEE GARY WAGNER IIKIBII First row--Wohlers, E, Harrison. Flohr, Parrott, Boyseng Second row--Yocum D Lee Barels Simons Third row--Bland, Steig, Hoch. Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm eaaaafz ecafwl Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Roland Sac City Cherokee Spencer Emmetsburg Sibley Cherokee Spirit Lake Paullina Le Mars Sheldon Estherville Sac City Spencer Sibley Spirit Lake Emmetsburg Sheldon First row--M, Richardson, Platt, Trickel, Mc Diarmid, Robb, Waldo, Wohlers, R. Johnsong Second row-- Simons, Gordon, R, Hoffman, Steig, R. Merry, Geary, Aylward, Spatcherg Third row--G,Sorenson, Hoch Reese, Rosenfeld, Yocum, Galvin, Blandg Fourth row--Boysen, Flohr, Van Voorhis, Wagner, Bauer, Fiscus 77Zezaafzq 77Z6ndeci April 7,8,9 . . ..... Home Meet April 11 . . . . Holstein Relays April 18 . . . . Pocahontas Relays April ZZ. . . ........ Sac City Meet April Z9 . . . . Storm Lake at Cherokee May 3 ............. . . . Estherville May 9 .......... District at Cherokee May 16 . . Lakes Conference at Estherville May 24 .......... State Meet at Ames 57 B. HARRISON PATTERSON BAUER B. ROSENFELD E. HARRISON , , - 5 . A ,A vw .-2 . ,. M . SR S ' ' +f- , sf ' Jw tw., ' --O , ,Q E Wfyfd-fag AAV ' Q HOUREN WHITESIDE BLEEKE -:-, K A r f -P to my ,V ,OIL A 5 - " A ,Q ' ',Q. U ISENBERGER BRIDGE LAFOY S t 3, QQ-2. Q S 524 5 5 V , RORR ,W , kw- X ,qi , V. t '19 I 35 ' kqis, .. ' f ,tt ,,,.,, 'f fwwft. L X Ismffif' G. ROSENFELD L. 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In a solemn and impressive candle-light ceremony before their parents and fellow students, these seniors received the highest honor that can be bestowed on a high school student. To qualify for membership they must rank in the upper third of their class scholastically. They are then chosen by the faculty on the basis of their stand- ing in the other three fields. Character, Leadership, and Service. Mr. Moore presided over the ceremony, and after giving an introductory explanation he called the initiates to be initiated, to the stage where each re- ceived a candle. Mr. Shaefer, Mr. Simons, Miss White and Miss Anderson then reviewed the values of scholarship, character, leadership, and service, lighting a candle as they did so. As the name of each candidate was called he stepped forward to light his candle from this square which symbolized the four merits. Cooper. NATIONAL HON? SUCIITY X 'I B 4 m m "M L : F " ke Qczy Wine dean Soft lights, sweet music and wonderful food set the stage for the biggest social event of the year, the Junior-Senior Prom and Banquet. On the night of Saturday, April 7, 1951, at about 6:00, the couples began arriving and were immediately transported back in times to the "Gay Nineties." As the couples stepped out of an old-fashioned trolley car and into the gym, they found them- selves at a sidewalk cafe complete with lamp posts and surrounded by murals and flowered trellises. Sophomores, disguised in typical "Gay Nineties" garb Qcomplete with handle bar moustaches and sleeve gartersl ver ably served a delicious four course dinner. An entertaining and amusing program was introduced by toastmaster. Pat Houren. The memorable evening was brought to a close with dancing to the smooth music of Roger Loots and his orchestra. The transition of time into a bygone world of fantasy was accomplished by hard work, energy, and ingenuity on the part of the class of 1952. The secret conferences of the various committees, the zealous grading of Room 15, the nights in the Study Hall painting the trolley and cafe sigh, the painstaking job of making hundreds of small blossoms, the running back and forth between houses and the last minute finishing touches in the gym that had somehow been magically transformed into a glamorous sidewalk cafeg all these things plus the night itself add up to wonderful and lasting memories. 67 Miss Brooks Miss Finch Hugo Longacre Mr. Wadsworth Miss Audubon Elsie Elaine Jane Sylvia eadafz 65444 77!oaq Om 771644 gunned Presented April 18, 1952 Curtain 8:00 P,M. Barbara Holmes Doris McNerney Lee Van Voorhis Dave Beckwith Carol Lee Johnson Janet Cooper Sue Rawson Judy Comstock Barbara Wild Doris Marge Faith Rhonda Ted Stanley Martin Mrs. Allen Marion Shannon Joyce Dyvad Virginia Swink Alice Anderson Murray Dailey Tom Toay Francis Waldo Carolyn Youngdahl Basketball Player Pat Houren x XM ' 69 play aa dem? 7m6e 715 70654 Zan Presented November 9, 1951 Curta Cast Penelope Sycamore Judy Freiberg Essie Ann Luhman Rheba Tanny Schaller Paul Sycamore Bob Roberts Mr. DePinna Melvin Thornton Ed Stephen Jones Donald Allen Coffin Martin Vanderhof Ronald Dierwechter Alice Noreen Connell Henderson Gary Fiscus Tony Kirby Dick Lee Boris Kolenkhov Marvin Lewis Mr. Kirby Manly Thornton Mrs. Kirby Linda Dannenberg Three Men Rees Phipps Karl Wissler Wally Boysen Olga Susan Salie in 8:00 P.M madman - apiamafzee Une ata Presented January 31. 1952 Curtain 8:00 P.M. EVERYTHING NICE by A. A. O'Keefe Orlando Todd Tom Shaw Adelaide Todd Mary Eischeid Cornelia Todd Nancy Nelson Edith Fisher Marilyn Lewis l-Iennie Fisher Barbara Johnson Bonnie Fisher Karen Miller Clifford Henderson Charles Kennedy JOINT OWNERS IN SPAIN by Alice Brown Mrs. Mitchell Donna Kraemer Mrs. Fullerton Joan Dyvad Miss Dyer Nancy Reynolds Mrs. Blair Anita Kuehl SPARKIN' by E. P. Conkle Susan Hanna Audrey Muffley Lessie Hanna Marilyn Green Granny Painsberry Patricia Ellis Orry Sparks Glen Nelson THE BRIDE WORE RED PAIAMAS by Harold Kennedy Mrs. Richter Janice Peterson Virginia Richter Sally Hoeven Benson Larrie LaFoy Lord Percy Jim Flohr Gerry Wilson Bill Rosenfeld il if 7 K . 2 . 1 ,ig ,t:1,.. Aan 6 ,..-a. 3t.1:fst !A:fM" if 53.9 ,wi I- - .Mel-o,f i.. 'i 5 . mafia! 1ST ROW The Singing Marines entertain. Mr. Ramsden plays his Electrical Novatone ZND ROW Songs by the Deep River Boys. Stumped by magic, 3RD ROW The majorettes 72 'NV Wzcidenlaia 1ST ROW Basketball fans anxiously await game time. Kermie adjusts his camera, 2ND ROW Mr. Jones explains electronics. 3RD ROW Bill displays retail selling talent. Manly and James work behind the scenes 73 'Nw " 4, W i .,Am.W,A ,,W, y s if f , Vylkfrr. i W ,,,. 'rm ,, I ,"- hay - I ,Q s ,N 'W N 'Y , 2 or ji fl 'rw 4 if "' w 'QS Q 'Ur' ,.-sh e Zq A 1ST ROW Eating at the lunch room. Mr. Stark reads to History class. English III awaits bell. B 2ND ROW Junior class party. Cheerleaders, Junior class sells at games. C SRD ROW Glenda reads in the history class. Homemaking class gets hungry. Autographs taken at the football banquet. XF" ' jigs ,.,. 1 lf. QQ 3 R I sf 5 X "T"-7-S' T5 1 1ST ROW END ROW SRD ROW 4TH ROW liick and Caroline lcad the Grand March. Mr. Anderson conducts a speech class. G. A. A girls sell "swishcrs." Dancing at the Youth Center. Youth Center audience awaits dramatic production. Physics class studies electricity. Chemistry class at work. Band warms up prior to concert. An intent art class, 75 qt.. it P as yi kv- in peaking 1ST ROW Mr. Moore and Gene Shouten discuss studies. Rudy sweeps up. ZND ROW The Football banquet, Valentines Day dance, 3RD ROW Pep Band plays at a basketball game. Pat and Barb. Tuning up in the band room. 4TH ROW Art class draws posters. 76 like 2 u Q , I 55 1 t ig qi T yffz, tb on e ssaa O at its 5' 5, , ,. .ff MM Xmwmm .. . 6... r. .,.. .N ,,,,,...,,,,N,,,,,.. ,,,,, tit., n.........x x S 4 gi X 6 lg 1ST ROW Initiation of National Honor Society members. Shop class labors. 2ND ROW Conference runner-up and district champs. BRD ROW The teachers at their Christmas party. Tom Toay delivers a fiery speech. 77 i i Baccalaureate Services Storm Lake High School Sunday, May 18, 1952 8:00 P. M. Processional ....................... High School Band Class of 1952 QNote: The audience will please remain seated until the singing of the hymn., Hymn - "Holy, Holy, Holy" .................... Audience Invocation - Scripture Reading ......... Rev. F. Earl Burgess Vocal Selections - "O Send thy Light Forth" ....... Balakireff "Dark Water" ................. James Mixed Chorus Address - ....................... . . Rev. V. V. White Vocal Solo - "I Talk With God Last Night" ..... Judy Comstock Guion Benediction ..................... Rev. F. Earl Burgess QNote: The audience will please remain standing for the recessionalj Recessional . . . .................. High School Band Class of 1952 C ommencement Chairman: Tom Toay Processional - Pomp and Circumstance ............. Elgar High School Band QNote: The audience will please remain seated until the Invocation.l Invocation .......................... Rev. Alvin Giese Vocal Selections .................... Senior Mixed Gctet "Halls of Ivy" . . . Russell "Hail Storm Lake High School" Judy Comstock, Joyce Dyvad, Carol Lee Johnson, Sally Hyllested, Murray Dailey, Tom Toay, Lee Van Voorhis, Bob Willcut Address ............... Thoughtless Thinkers In Education Dr. H. C. McKown Associate Editor of School Activities Magazine and Education Specialist for the United States Department of State Clarinet Solo - Rigaudon" ................... P. Lacome Lorraine Schramm Announcement of Class Honors ........... Supt. A. R. Block Presentation of Class .............. Principal G, B. Moore Awarding of Diplomas . . . . . President of the School Board Recessional ........ ............... H igh School Band Class colors - American Beauty and Silver Class Flower - Red Rose 78 zum: 72461 I Abbott, Pat 15, 24, 33, 35, 42, 43 Allen, Beverly 24, 33, 34, 43, 45 Allen, Charles 24 Anderson, Alice 18, 33, 34, 36, 38, 42, 43 Andreasen, Jacque 21 Andrews, Helen 21, 33, 34, 36 Aylward, James 28, 58 Babcock, Kay 24, 42, 43 Barnet, Karol 26, 39 Barnet, Keith 26, 39 Barels, Eddie 26, 32, 43, 52, 56 Bauer, Warren 24, 32, 50, 51, 52, 56 Beckwith, David 18, 32, 43, 42, 52 Beckwith, Paulette 28, 33, 34, 45 Bland, Eddie 26, 43, 56, 58 Bleeke, Joyce 28, 33, 34, 45 Bond, Donna 18 Botine, Dick 24, 42, 43,46, 52 Boysen, Wally 24, 42, 43, 52, 56, 58 Brecher, Mary Lou 28, 33, 34, 45, 47 Brummet, Lorene 24, 33, 34, 43 Brunning. Jim 26 Bumann, Donna 24, 33, 34 Burmeister, Richard 26, 32, 39 Cameron, Marilyn 24, 33, 34, 42, 43, 45 Carlson, Shirley Mae 15, 28, 29, 33, 34, 45 Christensen, Jane 24, 33, 34, 45, 47 Christy, Merill 21, 32 Connell, Noreen 24, 33, 34, 42, 43 Claussen, Carolyn 26, 33, 34, 45 Clifton, Mary Alice 28 Coffin, Allen 24, 32, 35, 43, 45, 47 Cole Deane 24, 32 Comstock, Judith 18, 33, 34, 38, 42, 43, 46 Cooper, Janet 18, 35, 42, 43, 45, 47, 66 Covington, Joan 23, 33, 42, 43, 45 Crissey, Sharon 24, 33, 34, 36, 43 Dailey, Murray 18, 42, 43, 52 Dailey, Roger 28, 43, 52 Dannenberg, Linda 24, 33, 34, 38, 42, 43, 46 Degner, Joan 24, 33 Dierwechter, Ronald 24, 35, 39, 42, 43, 45, 4 Dyslin, Delores 26, 33, 34 Dyvad, Joanne 26, 33, 34, 42, 43, 46 6, 47 Dyvad, Joyce 19, 33, 34, 35 36, 42, 43, 46, 66 Eischeid, Kay 19, 33, 34, 38 Eischeid, Mary 26, 33, 34, 43 Ellis, Patricia 26, 33, 34, 43, 45 Elsner, Darlene 18, 33, 34 Emanuel, James 26, 43, 45 Fertig, George 24, 52 Fiete, Donald 1, 19, 32, 36, 52 Fiets, Harold 26, 32, 52 Fiscus, Gary 26, 32, 42, 43, 45, 47, 58 Fitzgerald, Susan 24, 33, 34, 35, 45 Flohr, James 15, 26, 32, 43, 52, 56, 58 Freiberg, Judith 15, 25, 24, 33, 43, 46 Gaes, Jim 24, 39 Gailey, James 28, 29, 52 Gailey, John 20, 32 Gailey, Margaret 24, 33, 34, Galvin, Helen 24, 33, 42, 43 Galvin, Roger, 28, 43, 57 Geary, Harold 24, 57 Geisinger, Glenda 24, 33, 34, 43, 45, 47 Gillespie, Keith 52, 43 Gillespie, Kenneth 45, 47 Golnitz, Carol 28, 33. 34 Golnitz, Patty 26, 33, 34 Gordon, Lorry 28, 57 Greene, Marilyn 28, 33, 42, 43, 45 Greinke, Betty 26, 33, 34 Grewell, Alice 24, 33, 35, 42, 43 Hadenfeldt, Vance 28, 45 Hammer, Norman 24, 32, 39, 52 Hansen, La Vonne 21, 33, 34, 36 Hansen, Roger 24, 32 Hanson, Karen 26, 33, 34 Harrison, Bill 22, 32, 52 Harrison, Earl 26, 32, 42, 43, 46, 52, 56 Hase, Lucille 26 Haukland, Robert 28, 52 Hill, Donna 33, 39 Hill, Larry 26, 27, 32, 43, 45 Hix, Peggy 26, 33, 34 Hoch, Robert 26, 32, 43, 45, 52, 56, 57 Hoeven, Sally 26, 33, 34, 43 Hoffman, Anthony 24, 32 Hoffman, Charles 22, 36, 42, 43, 45 Hoffman Robert 28, 45, 52 Hoffman, Ronnie 28, 42, 43, 52, 57 Holmes, Barbara 18, 33, 34, 36, 38, 66 Holtapp, Joan 28, 33, 34, 42, 43, 45 Homme, Patty 28, 33, 34, 45 Hopkins, Shirley 26, 33, 34, 42, 43 Horner, Julie 28, 33, 34, 43 Hough, Kathryn 28, 33, 34, 45, 47 Houten, Pat 23, 32, 50, 52, 57, 62 I-lout, Marion 28, 33, 34 Howard, Connie 24, 33, 42 Huegerich, Romayne 24 Huegerich, Violet 26, 33, 34 Hughes, Charlotte 26, 33, 34 Hunter, Martha 24, 33, 34, 42, 45 Hyllested, Sally 21, 33, 34, 35, 42, 43, 46 Ireland, Lois 28, 33, 34, 45 Isenberger, Richard 23, 32, 52 Joebgen, Joe Deane 26, 39 Johnson, Barbara 28, 33, 34, 43 Johnson, Carol Lee 23, 33, 34, 42, 43 Johnson, Ronald 28, 29, 32, 45, 57 Jones, Stephen 24, 32, 42, 43, 46 Kennedy, Charles 28, 32, 39 Kraemer, Donna 26, 33, 34, 42, 43, 46 Krause, Patricia 28, 33, 34 Kuehl, Anita 15, 26, 27, 33, 34, 35, 42, 4 LaFoy, Larrie 26, 32, 52 Larson, Caroline 23, 33, 34 Lee, Bill 15, 22, 36, 42, 43 Lee, Marlene 26, 42, 45 Lee, Richard 15, 24, 25, 35, 42, 43, 52, 56 Lewis, Marilyn 16, 33, 34, 43 Lewis, Marvin, 24, 52 Lindlief, Mary Anne 28 Luhmann, Ann 24, 33, 25, 35, 42, 43, 46 Mc Conkey Wilma 26, 33, 34, 43, Diarmid, Janet 23, 33, 34 Diarmid, Robert 15, 28, 43, 52, 58 Mc Manus, Ronald 28 McNerney, Doris 15, 22, 33, 34, 36, 66 Madson, Lois 21 Mahoney, Donna l,l9, 33, 34, 36, 45, 47 Mc Mc zfaclemf Mailliard, Robert 26, 52 Mefferd, Marlene 28, 33, 34 Merry, Don 23, 32, 43 Merry, Ray 28. 33, 34 Meyers, Helen 28, 33 Meyers, Venieta 24 Miller Don, 23 Miller Jim 24 Miller, Jim 28 Miller, Joye 24, 33, 34, 43 Miller, Karen 28, 33, 34, 43 Miller, Susan 28, 33, 34, 42, 43 Muffley, Audrey 26, 33, 34, 43 Nelsen, Glen 26, 32, 39, 52 Nelson, Nancy 28, 33, 34, 43 Vadex Schuelke, Barbara 21, 33, 34, 42, 43 Scofield, Peggy 26, 33 Seward, Dick, 19, 32, 36, 43, 52 Shaeffer, Gerald 26, 42, 43 Shannon, Marian 20, 33, 34, 35, 36, 66 Shannon, Yvonne 26, 33, 34 Sharp, Ryta 33, 34 Shaw, Thomas 26, 39, 43 Shideler, Jean 28, 33, 34 Sievers, Delbert 21, 32, 42, 43, 52 Sorenson, Gordon 28, 58 Sorenson, Jane 28, 33, 34 Spooner, Delmar 28 Stacy, Phyllis 23, 33, 34, 43, 45 Stafford, Joan 26, 33, 34, 38 Nickels, Marilyn 22, 33, 34, 35, 66 Nixon, Carol 28, 33, 34 North, Ruth 26, 33, 34 Otto, Jean 28, 33, 34 Pappadackis, Gus 28, 52 Parrott, John 26, 56 Patterson, Eileen 26, 33, 34, 42, 43 Peterson, Shirley 26, 33, 34 Peterson, Janice 26, 32, 33 Peterson, Karla 26, 32, 33 Phipps, Rees 24, 32, 52, 58 Platt, Clifford 58 Platt, Sandra 28, 34, 43 Ponsor, Dale 24, 39, 52, 47, 45, 42, 43 Porter, Gailyn 26, 27, 43 Porath, Ramona 19, 33, 34, 36 Prichard, John 24, 39 Quinn, Ana 24, 33, 35, 34, 45 Steig, Jack 26, 43, 56, 58 Stephan, Corwin 28, 52 Stock, Anne 26, 34 Stock, Elaine 26, 33, 34, 43, 45, 47 Storck, Nancy 24, 33, 34, 46, 43, 42, 45 Stroup, Ardyce 28, 33, 42, 43 Sullivan, Molly 22, 33, 34, 43 Swift, Marion 28 Swink, Virginia 36, 35, 19, 34, 33 Taggs, Charlotte 24, 33 Taggs, wnda 28, 33 Thornton, Manly 24, 32, 35, 39, 43, 45, 47 Thornton, Melvin 24, 32, 35, 39, 43, 45, 47 Toay, Tom 15, 18, 32, 36, 42, 43, 50, 52, 57 Trickel, Jerry 28, 43, 52, 58 Tutt, Donna 24, 33, 39 Van Voorhis,Lee 19. 32, 36,42, 43, 46, 50, 57, 58, 66 Wagner, Gary 24, 42, 43, 45, 52, 58 Waldo, Francis 20, 32, 52, 58 Rabiner, Mickey 35, 20, 34, 45 Rawson, Sue 15, 36, 35, 20, 34, 33 Redenbaugh, Joyce 28, 33, 34 Reece, Naoma 28, 33, 43 Renshaw, Daryl 28, 50 Renshaw, Dick 15, 28 Reynolds, Nancy 15, 26, 33, 34, 35, 43, 45 Richardson, Marjorie 24, 33, 34, 43, 45, 46 Richardson, Marvin 28, 32, 43, 45, 58 Risely, Pat 24. 34, 33, 45 Robb, Don 24, 42, 43, 46, 52, 58 Robbins, Beverly 22, 33, 36, 39 Roberts, Bob 15, 24, 32, 39, 52 Rohlk, Jim 21, 32, 42, 43, 50, 57 Rosacker, Norma 20, 33, 36, 39 Rosenfeld, Bill 26, 32, 52, 50, 42, 43, 46, 57, 58 Salie, Susan 24, 35, 34, 33, 47, 45, 42, 43 Schaller, Carolyn 24, 33, 34, 35, 42, 43, 45 Schmitz, Peter 24, 43 Schramm, Lorraine 20, 33, 34, 43, 42, 45, 46, 47 Schramm, Ramona 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