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To the btudents of Strahan High
This is your 1957 annual It represents not only the school,
but each and every one of you It shows you participating in sports,
music, plays, and attending the school parties, winning honors for the
you are a part For you Seniors, it is the record of your last year
in high school, which will be treasured in later life To you, the
underclassmen, it is the passing of a school year filled with happy
memories and events Our aim has been to show you the action through
out the year, to plcture the many incidents that help to make high school
years the best years of our lives We hope you like it
The 1957 Wildcat Staff
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SPik'P'S Produce General Repairs 8 Welding
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school and yourselves, and all the activities and functions of which
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Raymond Beam, Superintendent, Kenneth Davis, David Angus, Joe Hathaway,
President, Guy Grindle Jr , Secretary, Paul Shaw, Everett Gipe
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Laundry and Cleaners roceries Veats Lockers
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HOW WE LOOK NOW
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Bottom row John bchr-o der Mary naw banura reever
HOW WE LOOKED THEN
MRS BERTHA THORSON
Peru State Teachers College
Maryville CMO J State Teachers
Bemidji State Teachers College
Buena Vista Colleve
MISS VICTORIA AYLESWORTH
Buena Vista College
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Junior Class Play 2 3
Senior Class Play
Blue and Silver
'What we are to be, we are now becoming
Class President 2
Junior Class Play
Senior Class Play
Glee Club l 2,
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Senior Class Play
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Senior Class Play
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SENIOR ASS Ill TORY
Senior Class History
Twelve long years ago, on Sept 3 19h5, the Strahan Consolidated School
had 13 little girls and boys enrolled under the supervision of Mrs Reozer
Later in that year, two new students came, Tommy Nelson and Duane Glbler
The next fall we saw the same group back as second graders under the
supervision of Miss Norton Through the year we lost several students
but also gained Darlene Norton
we moved into the third grade room with Mrs Bayes for our teacher
Through the year we lost five students, but saw the arrival of John
Mrs Bayes taught us again for our fourth grade year Through the year
we gained several new people
For our fifth grade year our teacher was Mrs Vera Hall This year we
had the same students as we had in the fourth grade
We entered the sixth grade under Mrs Hall again we gained no new
students that year but lost one
We moved into the seventh grade room under Mrs Harmon In that year
we lost two people, but gained Sandra Greever
Our final year of grade school was spent under Mrs Harmon That year
of grade school we lost three and gained none Those left were Sandra
Greever, Shirley Donelson, Larry Irvln, Tom Nelson, John Schroeder, and
In the Wall of 1953 we entered high school Our instructors were Mr
Varner, Mr Porter, Mrs Thorson, and Mrs Winters Our class members
were John Schroeder, Mary Shaw, Sandra Greever, Larry Irvin, Darlene Norton,
and Claudetta Sigears
Our Sophomore year Mr Beam, Mr Porter, MP Ulinl and Mrs Winter in
structed our classes Our class was made up of Darlene Norton, Mary Shaw,
John Schroeder, Tom Nelson, Larry lrvin, and Sandra Greever During the
year we lost Claudette Sigears
Class The Junior Clase included Tom Nelson, Larry Irvin, John Schroeder,
Sandra Greever, and Mary Shaw During the year we lost Darlene Norton,
who moved near Red Oak
Our final year was spent under Mr Beam, Mr Zemunski, Mrs Thorson, and
Miss Aylesworth Although we started into high school with seven, we ended
with five members They are John Schroeder, Larry Irv n, Sandra Greever,
Mary naw and Tom Nelson Only two of our class have gone through the
twelve long years together They are Tom Nelson and Larry Irvir
Ramona HI baked two kinds of biscuits today would vou like to take
Sandra HNo, thank you I'll use my hammer
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Mr. Beam, Mr. Porter, Mrs. Thorson, and Mrs. Winters instructed the Junior
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SENIDR C ASS WILL
I, John Schroeder, will my height to Gary Davis and my liking for library
books to Gary McKinney
I, Larry Irvin, will my driving ability to Kenneth Brown and my back seat
in assembly to any one of the Juniors who wants it
I, Tom Nelson, will my Student Manager's job to Merrill Schroeder and my
driving ability to anyone who wants it!
I, Sandra Greever, will my ability of not getting caught whispering to
Fred Nelson and Douglas Gipe, my typing book to anybody who wants it, and my
brother to a certain Freshmen girl!
I, Mary Shaw, will my bell ringing job to Gary Davis, my Cozy seat next
to theizindow to Sherry Blunt, and my English Literature book to anyone who
There must be something magical in the atmosphere around Strahan
during the Month of May every year, for something draws the 1957 Seniors
back to the school house where they assembled every morning for classes
Of course now there aren't any teachers to tell them to do this or that,
but Mary Ellen told me she wished someone would tell her what to do
I'm speaking of Mary Ellen Shaw, the girl whose main career was cen
tered on finding the right man Well, she still hasn't got the job done,
because she now has so many she can't make up her mind as to which one!
Mary Ellen is a fashion expert in New York City, and in her spare time she
designs hair fashions
Tom Nelson isn't married yet It's been going around that he has
popped the question to the Gipe girl that graduated a year after he did
Tom now goes by the name of 'Elvis Nelson since he lives in Hollywood
Yes, Tom makes movies now His greatest are the motion pictures of Shake
speare's best plays Tom always did love English Literature!
Then there's John Schroeder, or maybe I should address him as Dr
Schroeder Dr John Schroeder, the brain of the '57 Class, is a great math
ematician and scientist He invented RKIOX the guided missile that w s to
be powerful enough to go as far as Antartlca Well it was pcwerfu all right
for it passed that continent and came all the way back to the testing grounds
Sandra Greever, better known to all as Sandy, is now married and is
helping raise other children besides her own four boys You see Sandy still
has her love for children and teaching, so she has combined them both into a
day nursery for children aged from one to four She tells me she finds it
quite hard to keep track of all those kids I think she had better ask her
The woman hater of the group was Larry Irvin That was in '57l Now he
is continually surrounded by girls, and he loves every minute of it But
you can't blame the girls any because when they see him in his uniform they
fall head over heels in love with him By the way, Larry is a Lt General
in the Army
I'm sure you can count on the '57 Seniors gathering ver, sfon at Strahan
if you would like to see them You see, it is May again, and there is just
something about this air!
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Patty Swett Darlene Judah Janice Clark
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Johnny Reynolds, young president of Promotions, L1mited....
Charlie Smith, vice-president of Promotions, Limited...
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Harriet Jones, the underpaid secretary of Promotions, Limited
J August Peabody, the great inventor .
Roberta Hemple, a spinster and also inventor
Ruby Wilson, she Keeps the place clean
Lars Larson, the sort of man Rubv would like to marry
Mrs Henry Clark, eccentric and wealthy socialite
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Blossom Clark, her eighteen wear old daughter
GOIE TO THE DOGS
Senior Class Play
Sherwood Sapling, who is given the dogs for a gift
Mrs Lily Sapling, his mother, who is allergic to dogs
RAMONA CR NDLE
Irene Sapling, Lily's remarkably pretty daughter
Piper Sapling, another daughter
Henrietta Byron, lrene's closest girl friend
Mrs Bancroft Banning, who has moved tc town recently
MARV ANN BRYANT
Ben Holiday, in the real estate business
Barry B Good, who has a high opinion of himself
Poppy Trickey, the most engaged girl in town
MARY ELLEN S'Aw
E A Duzzit, an attorney
Redfield ullivar urn to ,Shenandoah
Schoening Car Aarket, lenwood
Hiley Hatchery, Glenwood
ranksen and Johnson, elenwood
Altekruse shoe Store, lenwood
Catbryn's Style Shoo, lenwood
ny anmers, sunt lerwood
Dalry ueer lerwood
odern Cleaners, 'alverr
leming Grocery, Malvern
reenwood Lbr CO Emerson warner mplement Co , Glenwood
Worrison Standard Service, SPSOF lwood 3 voungiegiiggo
Lakin Implement to , maerson ur? Y rcs '
Houser lil Co Aalvern
Dr J R eehwitn, Malvern
Dallas Clites, wtrahan
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Left to right Sandra Greever, Patti Fichter, Patty Swett, Karen Gipe,
Sandra Stille, Mary Shaw and Sharon Curtis
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REGULARLY SCHEDULED GAMES
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Mglvern Phone 3811 Iowa Hllvorn 311v,r city
Left to right F Nelson, A Gee, M Schroeder, L Irvin, J Irvin,
J Schroeder, K Broun, D Gipe, L Swett, G Creever, C McKinney,
Kneeling Coach, John Zemunski, Student Manager, Tom Nelson
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Iowa Shenandoah Phone 376 Iowa
Girls' Basketball Season
F e Strahan High School Girls' Basketoall Team had another very good
season, winnlng 17 games and losing 6 when the oasketeall season opened,
six of last rear's team, which wo 23 and lost 1, were missing All South West
Iowa forward, Deanna Grlndle, had graduated and the other two regular forwards,
Vivian Fleming and Ann rleming, had moved to Emerson Darlene Norton and
Susan No ton had transferred to Red Oak, and Jean nooten had moved to Randolnh
About the middle of Octooer the following 12 girls renorted to Coach
Raymond Beam Karen Gioe, Patricia Swett, and Patti Fichter, who were the
regular guards last year Sharlene cCain, Mary ann Bryant, Ramona Grindle,
Sandra Stille, San ra Greever, Sharon Swett, Janice Clark, Sandra Briley,
Barbara Blnting Karen C pe and Patti Fichter were shifted to forward to team
up with Sharlene McCain, and four girls, namona Grindle, Patricia Swett, Mary
Ann Bryant, and Sandra Stills, have shared most of the guard duties Slice
Karen and Dat Swett are juniors and all the other regulars are sophomores, the
girls sdculd expect another good team next season
marly in the season, Mary Anr Bryant missed aoout three weeks practice
because of an aopcndectomv After a lot of hard work, the girls nave developed
1nto a good team The girls won second in t e Mills County Conference with 7
wins and 3 lo ses They won second in the Mills County Tourney at Sllver City
Tney won first in the hssex Sectional Tourney Tdls was the Sth consecutive
year that the Strahan girls have won their sectional tourney
Snarlene McCain won the free throw chanpionsuip in the Essex Sectional
Followlnv the basketoall season both the boys' and girls' basketoall teams
were taken by the coaches, John Zemunski and Raymond Beam, to Shenardoah for a
motion picture followed by a lunch Both groups were also taken to see the
finals of the state tournaments at Des Moines
Strahan Boys' Basketball Season
The Strauan bovs have had a succ ssful basketball season The boys had
a new coach this year, John aemunskl of Onaha, Webraska When the daskethall
season started, all of last vear's regulars were on hand The follow ng bovs
made u the squad seniors, Jo n Schroeder and Larry Irwin, juniors, Alvin
Gee and Gary Dxvis, sophomores, Larry Swett, Kenneth Brown, Douglas Glne,
Gordon Greever, Fred Nelson, and Joe Irwln, fr shmen, Merrill Schroeder and
Gary McKinney They won ll and lost 10 They won second place in the Mills
County Tournam nt at Sllver Cmtv Iwo of the flrst team will not be back next
vear Thev are John Schroeder and Larry Irwin
These are some of tde totals and avera es The DO s scored a total of
1,110 points and an aver e of pl poin s per game Their opoonents had a total
1,027 no nts ani an avera e of U9 pownts per vane High scorers were Larry
Swett with 323, Larrr Irwin with 264, Jo n Schroeder with ZCF, and Kenneth Brovn
T59 bovs have prospects for a good season next year ani we all wish than
the oest of luck
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