Tabor High School - Echoes Yearbook (Tabor, IA)

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Miss Shirley Garber B.M.Ed. Miss Alice Omer B.A. Mrs. Kathryn Sandin B.S. Mr. Frederick Schneider M.Ed. Yibiff gabf TLXES Q24 '7 x tv Qseated left to rightl , Peru State Teachers College, Instru antal Music, Grade School Principalg Tabor, Iowa. Drake University, Vocal Music, Randolph, Ioia. Tabor College, Peru State Teachers College, Home Economics, Chemistry, Junior Sponsor: Tabor, Iowa. University of Nebraska: Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping: Tabor, Iowa. Northwest Missouri State College, University of Colorado, High School Principal, Sophomore Sponsor, English, Current History, Newspaper and Annual Sponsor, Student Council Spon. r, Girls' Basketball Coach, Journal1sm,Taberja:a. BACK ROW lstanding left to right! Mr. Merritt Thornhill B.S. Mr. Arch Beach B.S. Supt. R.C. Polton M.A. Mr. Alfred Rainey B.S. Mr. Ralph Carl M.A. Peru stare Tanghers Collegeg English. Biology, rnysios,E1ghthFGrade Science, Assistant Coach, Dramatic Coach, Peru, Nebraska. Northwest Missouri State College: Physical Education, Junior High and High School Bo y s' Athletics, Social Sciences, General Sciencegst Joseph, Missouri. unlvereity of Iowa,Iowa State Teachers College, Senior Sponsor, Tabor, Iowa. Arkansas State College, Oklahoma A. k H.Z Agriculture I, III, F. F. A. 3P0nl0Tn Adult Farmers Class, Young Farmerso 018883 Hblcvmb. Missouri. ' I Creighton University, Tarkio College, lathe- maties, H1-Y, Freshman Sponsor, Tabor, Iowa. Eff J, x!w'1I,N,'y', mn :5' :Mg :1: 'I 5 N wi.,4' 1 . f w . V, .. ww 133511 --N xi' . ?'T' 7 ,ff I mn 'df . .af .. ff' ,--f-'WA -1f,,'5jg:Q'- . , , , 4 1 gif s'-il , V'-."':f' '.L."fi5, .,.. ,-IIY"2,'-L". ,cfm .3 . ' , 4 L X . A , 1 . ,1fyy.,1 -' 15 fig'-h.'v ,,., 1-N1 ,1j:.'fgg,yJ'-.-'gg I , .,,w',:v,' . f, wp, :'.',.f1:g,n 1: . . , , ' 'i if wg' . 111.-57-Q, , , X , L3-L'.5'S-ffkfl:ZfL.:u''.x1LEi5fE1:i2zv . " vs 4' ' ' J!f:al1k12Gf-"- 1 U f ' li-1 ' -2. 521' 'Dfw' ' v ' -2--ffff '-N wi' DENNIS WATSON! "Tell, dark and drives a swell carl' Brass sex- tet, 33 student council, lggfoote- ball student 'mgr.,23paper staff, hgboys' sports' editor, hs class play, 33 H1-Y officer, 33basket- ball, 3-M3 track, 3-hy cheer- leader, 2-33 boys' quartet, 3-145 lettermen's club, 3-M3 deolsm, 1-ag footblll, 1-3-hs H1-Y, 2-3- Ilg baseball, boys' glee club, vocal solo, mixed chorus, bend, class officer, 1-2-3-M. LARRY GAYLORDI 'Till twinllle in my eye will catch something.' Boys' 810' club, ReFlA0p E.F'.Q.tpres1genta Lupsper staff, zpoogrspyeitororsnnsl 14.3 student couno:ll,23bssl:etb:11: 15-23 bsi1d,3-hlrgzttemanlls club, -3 can o oer -3 H1-Y or?1o.rg wack, football, baseball. 1-293-h. W as o E953 Hn 0. POLTON JO All B T'1'l 'MM' I'm just s dishwetsr blondal' Track, 35 grade news editor, 33 feature editor, 35 elsrlmt Quartet, 3g edits? at annual, lu clue play, gg aeneenslng attendsntgks aort- sll, 1:32 ahees1sader,' 3-Us gigls' sex.et. 223: TQQA1 solo, 'Sai 3939? staff, 3:51 annual at 3 Srkl elses nf: ner, 3-hs BBB QiHb 123-33 iylg' glee slab 1:5233 mixed :nerve 1-2-3: fsgegahers nan. an remeqn. wana, : : : 8 B E Hi!! WI'B 95 Q musician, f 5 wheie bgndlghersv auantat, elses eirlesp, by elses pin . tres! Qshx baseball, 3-is az, :Qi srumpgu span. 2-as leg me a elub. gem repel-4111, 1: : 5 bssketbsll, bays' glee QLHPQFHIQQ GKUW-lBgh9HQg 3-f:2P3"ll-e is-. . f VICE-PRESIDENT -mr 'vp-iw -- I., ll.. . , is J ? . '1 15 ns:-.'-zgi ' SEQNSQR TBEA 5 . 11 it D 'S' PAT ADAMSON: nI'm going to tell that Einstein a few thingskn Hi- Y, hy class play,33 track, 3-Mg boys' quartet,3-Mg brass sextet, 3-hs horn solo, 3-Lg lettermen's club, 3-My basketball student mgr., 3-Mg football, baseball, boys' glee club, mixed chorus, band, 1-2-3-Q, SHIRLEY BACHLER: uwhen I go out for a good time, I have a good timeln Track, 1-25 softball, 1- 25 pep club, 2-33 girls' glee club, 1-23 basketball, 1-2-33 band, 2-3-kg Y-Teen, l-2-3-M. JOE BATEMAN: nEveryone has a right to his own opinion, and mine is no secret.U Cheerleader, 35 F.F.A., us paper Staff, 3-us annual staff, 3-43 boys' sports editor of annual, ug Hi-Y, 35 mixed chorus, 35 band, 1-2-3-M. JOE BLACKBURN: nLife is easy smooth, and slow, do what comes and let the rest go.n Hi-Y, 23 paper staff, My annual staff, hg boys' glee club, 2-ug mixed chorus, 2-M: F.F.A., M. DON CARLBERG: uwhat the heck-- E don't care.n Track, Mg F.F.A., 0 MARGIE MONROE CARNES: nwith one exception boys mean nothing to me.n Track, 3: girls'sextet, 25 basketball, 1-23 softball, 1-2: pep club, 1-35 mixed chorus, 1- 2-33 Y-Teen, girls' glee club, 1 "2'3"I-I-0 Dr. B.B. Miller M.D. Stan's Radio Repair Tabor, Iowa Tabor, Iowa -sy 1 lj! .Q E S 1 2.1 Shop ARLENE CHRISTENSEN: nBubbl1ng over with laughter and fun, with never a worry for work undone.n Softball, 1-23 track, l-33 band, 2-3-hgmixed chorus,l-2-jg girls' glee club, l-2-33girls' trio, 33 lettergirls' club,3-45 pep club, l-2-33 lettergirls' club presi- dent, hy class play, 33 basket- ball, Y-Teen, l-2-3-4. DICK EATON: HA bashful boy of the F.F.A. He will be a farmer someday.n Baaeball,2-45 H1-Y, Q: track , l",-Lo ELDON HARMAN: uldleness breeds mischief.n Baseball, ag track, l. BOB MATHEW3: nln school a uiet - 1' Q -lad is he, but N10 knows if 1t's true when he is free.n Wapato High School. l-2-3. CHARLES MITCHELL: nOne way to get ahead, and stay ahead, is to use a head.n Climbing Hill High School, l-2-33 baceball, hgpaper staff, kg annual staff. 4. MARY LOU QUIMBY: 'Qu1et?? Just ,,- ff-fqe6E'1E-M Q' Wig' 'G ' MQ I 34 75- 'ff , 5 .1 . . W 1Q455 'Q Q 1 watch her after school hoursln if V Softball, l-25 track,l-33 girls' V: 'J sextet, 3-My l6tt8PQlPlS' club, 3-ug pep club,2-33class officer, " l-2-3: student council, 2-3, homecoming Queen, 23 homecoming S attendant, 3-45 Y-Teen officer, Qs, 3: Y-Teen, basketball, band, X5 girls' glee club, mixed chorus, XQAX 1-2-2-Lt we 3 Hem efs Cafs Ph- 178 Rosentraters Sales and Service THb0Pn Iowa Tabor, Iowa GE appliances Q x ,J F -. m UC I. 'Tr 3' KI J, f tix My U FE? V' I' 'Y 'L' ta 2 ' " i ' A f x . I' Q F w N I I mfg 1 A . x . .s. ,- , , 5 3.7-., . , ' pi Q I vu -2 ,-p lr + 9, 14, J .,,q f., ' Ll, A.,-. 1 r V uf a- -I y f I' 'NJ W ' I T OF' 1 Donna's Beauty Shop Tabor, Iowa A . gf MARGARET scoTT: "Boysl Shucksl. w " I like horses betterl' Track, 5-gg ssfggalli 1-23 pep club, 1- - 3 e erg r s club - ' pr-fu: class officer, Zgvclass play? basketball, Y-Teen, girls' glee club, mixed chorus, band, 1-2-3- our Q h. CARL SEEGER: nQu1et, but what a man ---- .' Hi-Y, 2-3-ug boys' quartet, 33 lettermen's club, 3- . ,11 by class officer, 1-23 class -H ,'cj: play, 33 Hi-Y officer, 35 stu- n, - A dent council, 1-3-M3 student V A EU, gQ'LW Q body president, 3: basketball, T i Q fgfu iff track, football, baseball, boys' I Bfhn L ' jfqi' Y glee club, mixed chorus, band, g I- b 1-2-3-u. ROGER SHEPARD2 "Minds ala like Plymouths, one must exercise them to keep them in workirzg order.' Track, 1-23 H1-Y, 2-3-ug F.F.A., hz paper staff, 3-ug business manager of paper, Mg lettermen's club, 33 class of... giczr, 3: Ei-Y3 officer, M3 stu- en counc , . VERN SMITH-It "I 'may not look it but I've been around.n Track, 1-2-ug F.F.A., My paper staff, 3-My annual staff, 3-My letter- men's club, 33 football, l-2-3-M ..t . 'v'c3f?f :"i .f':-"N: gf- ,vp -' A . , 'E Ji A. fi?-EM! SH RRY SUTTON: nHonor lies in honest toil.u Track, 33softba11, 1-23 pep club, 2-35 girls' sex- tet, ug vocal solo, 2-kg letter- girls' club, My declam, 1-2-35 class play,33 Y-Teen officer, My student council, My student body P president, My Y-Teen, girls' glee ,,,,, . club, mixed chorus, band, 1-2-3- hv' ' U, ALICE TACKETT: nThere's a little bad in every good little girl.n Track,3g softball,1-25 pep club, Zgvocal solo, 2-3-hgpaper staff, My annual staff, My editor of paper, M3 Y-Teen officer, kg Y- Teen, girls' lee club, mixed chorus, l-2-3-E. Spencer Refrigeration Service Tabor, Iowa Crosley Appliances X A 1 . x. ..f , " "- Ne- Nl. Y 1 XNX., FRED VINTON: NHE who sittith u on a tack-- ealhe shall riseln P Y Glenwood High School, 1-23 Hi-Y, use, Llgmixed chorus. 3-7-I-S basketball, 3-ugboys' glee club, 3-ug F.F1A. ALBERT WATTS: HI came---I bluff- ed---I graduated 1" Football, 2- 3-ug track, 2-3-hgbasketoall, 23 H1-Y, 3-u31ettermen's club, 3-ug class play, 33 paper staff, ug annual staff, ug editor of Blue- jay column, My mixed chorus, boys' glee club, l-2-3-h. B ,, DARLENE WOLKINS: nShe shifted her brain into neutral and let her tongue rattle onln Mixed chorus, 1-2-35 ,aa girls' glee c1ub,l-2-33 girls' sextet, Bgcheer- leader, 2-ug pep club, l-2-33 Y-Teen officer, ughomecoming attendant, ug student council, ug class play,3g softball, 1-25 track, 1-3g annual staff, ug girls' sports editor of annual, ug lettergirls' club, 3-ug paper staff, ug letter- girls' club, 3-M, band, basketball, Y-Teen,l-2- 3-by EILEEN WISE: HFu and fancy free.u Track, 1-33 Pep club, 1- 2-3g softball, 1-3: lettergirls' club, 3-M3 girls' glee club, mixed chorus, basketball,Y-Teen, l-2-3-M. DON YATES: Nwork xascinates meg I can sit and look at it for hoursin Glenwood High School, l: basketball,2-3-M5 track, 3-up Hi-Y, 3-ug boys' glee club, ug F.F.A., My F.F.A. reporter, hy paper staff, 3-ug annual staff,. 3-My boys' sports editor1M'Blue- jay column, 3-L. xx I I e n Reeves Funeral Home Sqeez Inn Diner Tabor, Iowa Tabor, Iowa Flowers for all Occasions J. G. Gilson Mgr. vice-oresident, Lg F.F.A.. M. Wada We afaaked Wada We .leaked nm srsroar 'os 1953 GRADUATING CLASS In the early fall' of 1940, nine members of the 1953 graduating class started to 5911001 together. They were: Pat Adamson, Shirley Bachler, Arlene Christensqx, Larry Gaylord, Mary Lou Quimby, Dale Rice, Carl Seeger, Dennis Watson, and Darlene Wolkins. Aa we went through grade school, we gained several members and then lost them. In the second grade we gained Joe Bateman and lost Darlene Wolkins and Mary Lou Quimby. Joe Black- burn and Vern Smith joined our class in the third grade. Darlene Wolkins and Eileen Wise joined our class in the fourth grade. In the fifth grade Sherry Sutton and Mary Lou Quimby became members of our class. In the sixth grade we had Dick Eaton and Margaret Scott join our class. Albert Watts and Jo Ann Bennett joined the class in the seventh grade. Roger Shepard and Eldon Harman joined the class :Ln the eighth grade. We participated in an operetta when we were in the second grade. Some of the boys and girls in our class played on the Junior High basketball teams. They wares' Larry Gaylord, Joe Bateman, Dennis Watson, Carl Seeger, Dale Rice, Albert Watts, Darlene Wolkins, Jo Ann Bennett, Eileen Wise, Arlene Christensen, Mary Lou Quimby, Margaret Scott, Shirley Bachler, and Sherry Sutton. A court trial in Sidney was a highlight of our eighth grade. On the early morning of February 3, l9l.9,our grade school building was destroyed by fire. Within two weeks, we were holding our classes in the Tabor High School. At 8:00, on the night of May 13, 19Z.9,l9 of our present group of 26 thought we were quite the educated people. That was the night of our eighth grade play and graduation. We presented a one-act play, "The Little Red Schoolhouse," before we received our diplomas. Sherry Sutton and Larry Gaylord received the American Legion Citizenship Awards that night. The Friday after our eighth grade graduation, all our class members enjoyed a picnic at Waubonsie Park. In the fall of 'l.9, 22 of us, scared and excited, were seated in the row for green fresh- men. Three of the 22 were new members. They were: Alice Tackett, Marjorie Monroe, and Donald Carlberg. Nine o'clock a. m., October 5, 1949, the Tabor students saw their green freshman boys dressed in short pants, shirts, neckties, hats, and the girls in long dresses or skirts, their hair uncombed, no make-up, and overshoes. We were initiated that day by buttoning to the upper olsssmen. That night was the climax with a reception. Carl Seeger was our class president and Mr. Ralph Carl was our sponsor that year. For the senior chapel at the end of the year our class presented a jazz hand. Our sophomore year was quite busy and exciting, also. Don Yates joined -our class that year and Larry Gaylord was our class president. The high school had its first "I-Iomecoming" and we were honored by having Mary Lou Quimby, a member of our class, as Homecoming Queen. We had a roller skating party at Nebraska City. Everyone had a good time with their dumps and spills and even our sponsor, Mr. Arch Beach, also fell down. Toward the end of the year, several of our class members served at the Junior-Senior Banquet. 1951-1952 school days were busy ones 3 Fred Vinton joined our class that year and we were to be hosts and hostesses to the seniors in the spring at the annual Junior-Senior Banquet. In the fall our work began. Roger Shepard was our class president and Mrs. James Sandin and Mr. Frederick Schneider were our sponsors. To make money we sold refreshments at all our home games. Then we had our comedy class play, "A Pair of Govmtry Kids," with ten of our class in it. After a long wait we received our class rings on March 13. Friday afternoon, May 9, we started working over at the Tabor grade school dining hall for our Junior-Senior Banquet. Some of the class members washed dishes, the boys made a trellis for our archway. Some of the class members and sponsors worked that night wrapping the pillars. Some of us put up a sky 'scene of blue paper with white stars around the top half of the walls. A rock paper was put up to make the bottom look like a rock wall. Saturday morning a few of the class went to work to clean up the room, some went to get card tables while others gathered flowers for 'the trellis. By three o'clock Saturday afternoon, May 10, we had our tables set and place cards arranged and our work was done. Saturday night, at seven o'clock, the seniors, juniors, speaker, and high school faculty were seated in a 'Star Light Terrace." Our speaker was Mr. Frank Grube, from Maryville, Missouri, State College. Our senior year was very busy. September 23 we journeyed to Stern's Photo Shop in Shen- andoah for our senior pictures. Charles Mitchell and Bob. Mathews joined our class, but Bob.Mathews moved to Washington after one semester. 'Good Gracious, Grandma!" our senior class play, was presented in May under the direction of Mr. Merritt Thornhill. May 16 we were guests at the Junior-Senior Banquet. We enjoyed skip day and then Baccalaureate service on May 21.. Senior chapel was May 25. Finally the day we had looked forward to and dreaded for 13 years arrived-COMMENCEMENT. It was Wednesday night, May 27. Signed Arlene Christensen Alice Tackett Larry Gaylord THE LAST w1LL AND TESTAMENT or THE! 1953 c-RADUATING CLASS We, the graduating class of 1953, of Tabor, County' of Fremont, State of Iowa, being of sound principles and ideals, do declare this our last will and testament, revoking any and all previous wills or testaments. We do hereby will and bequeath our beloved sponsor and custodian,Mr.Polton, to next year's incoming seniors in hopes that they may rely on him as much as we have. The journalism class leaves the empty glue and ink bottles, the old used stencils, and the back issues of the School Daze to next year's class. The shorthand class leaves its undecipherable hen scratches, its pens that are forever running dry, and its worn books to those who will put them to use next year. The senior boys and girls of the various atnletic squads will their suits to anyone with qualifications to fill them. I, Darlene Wolkins, will my flying tongue to David Mackey. - Pat Adamson wills his piano-playing ability to Donald Wolkins in hopes that Miss Garber will let him use it next year in mixed chorus and boys' glee club. Mary Lou Quimby wills her corny ways and stupid sayings to Marlys Dalton. Carl Seeger wills his ability to understand her cornywmpand stupid sayings to David Gregory. I, Arlene Christensen, will my ability to engage Mr. Beach in conversations completely off the subject during his classes to Philip Melton. Eldon Harman wills his slender build to Dennis Shaffer. Alice Tackett leaves her position as editor of the School Daze to anyone capable of filling it. Don Carlberg wills his dark curly hair to Donald Roof. Vern Smith wills his frequent trips to Glenwood to Art Bateman. I, Sherry Sutton, will my position as student body president to anyone with big enough feet to fill my shoes. Roger Shepard wills his slow walk to Larry Tritsch. I, Joe Blackburn, will my meat-cutting ability to Donald Elliott. Eileen Wise wills her northern town romeo to Donna Jones in hopes she will find a bright future up there. To nBubblesn Bertelsen, I,Dennis Watson, will my ability to do nothing and get away with it. Margie Monroe wills her never-ending questions for the school paper to next year's Public Opinion editor. Larry Gaylord wills his he-man appearance to Joey Wylie. I, Albert Watts, leave my ability to be ornery and always get caught to Gary Blackburn. To Mary Beth Munsinger,I,Margaret Soott,w1ll a certain junior boy, in hopes she will keep an eye on him next year. Shirley Bachler wills her diamond ring to Clarabelle Jones in hopes she can use it. Dick Eaton leaves his quiet ways to Lynn Haynie, in hopes he will usesome of them. Don Yates wills his ability to be just plain ornery to Bill Retzlaff, who certainly doesn't need it. To Rodger Wolfe, Charles Mitchell leaves his deep, low voice. I, Jo Ann Bennett, will my small stature to Mary Dalton. Fred Vinton leaves his attraction to anything in skirts to Mr.Rainey hmsuse he thinks he should be married. Joe Bateman wills his ability to get out of classes to run the movie pro- jector to Ronnie Kilpatrick. I, Dale Rice, do hereby leave nothingg I am taking it all with me. Signed, Dennis Watson Dale Rice Mary Lou Quimby Sherry Sutton THE PROPHELCY or THE 1953 GRADUATING CLASS Moon, MAY, 1963 As I, JoAnn Bennett, was thumbing through the pages of my old 1953 annual I began to wonder what had happened to my 25 fellow graduates. So,without further ado,I instructed my faithful butler,Herman,to find and bring my fellow-graduates to my estate on the moon for a class reunion. He boarded my luxurious 999 pass- enger ultramodern flying plate and started on his inter-planetary journey. One week later........... The day dawned bright and clear. About ten stars after 2h o'clock, space saving time, my flying plate landed on my private landing table. Matilda, the maid, showed my guests to their private craters to don their space suits for our banquet on the dark side of the moon. I asked Herman where he found my guests and I was very surprised to learn what some of them were do1ng.He told me that on his way to plcklpmy fellow pads he had a slight accident. When inquiring who the reckless driver'waswho hit him in space he learned that it was Don Yates, who is now with the Tabor Beacon realizing his dream of travel while he delivers papers between planets. Herman's first stop was on Mars where he learned that the butcher in the Standard Supermarket,where he was buying some of that hamburger we never seem to see any more, was our old classmate, Joe Blackburn. Joe told Herman of another of our classmates, who is residing on Jupiter. After picking up Joe Bateman on Jupiter, where he is at the head of the F.F.J., lFuture Farmers of Jupiterl, the group proceeded to earth where they landed in deep, dark Africa to find that the white missionary which greeted them spoke with a definite Iowa lingo. It seems that Nwnter could quench the fire of love,n as Dennis Watson's marriage to a Proceeding to Washington D.C., by their convertible, they found two of our mermaid lasted only devoted his life to Herman and his they left my flying convertible. They Florida, where he w Try, Try, Againn lo I was shocked when Herman told me as a janitor, following his defeat for until the tide went outg after this unhappy love affair he be a missionary in Africa. four passengers then proceeded to the United States where plate in Florida and proceeded by a canary 'yellow Cadillac picked up that bashful classmate of ours,' Vern Smith, in as at the head of the"'.Lf The First Six Times You Don't Succeed, nely hearts' club. I that they found Pat Adamson in Fort Knox, president of the U.S.S.A.B.,United States Savings Account Bank. classmates in the Washington spotlight . Charles Mitchell, who is replacing J. Edgar Hoover in the F.B.I., and Arlene Christensen who is now head of the Demo- publican party. Our group decided that while they were so close to New York City and the Globe Trotters were at Madison Square Garden that they would take in the basket- ball game. One of the faces on the program looked very familiar and M1en they visited the dressing rooms after the game found the star of the team to be our own Darlene Wblkins, the only woman professional basketball player, using the name, 'Faker Wolkie.' After picking up Darlene the group had a little car trouble and were forced to go back to a Ford. The Ford,1t seemed, had a new musical horn and,when talks ing to the inventor of it, they learned that it was none other than Dale Rice, another 1953 grad of T.H.S. Dale was able to help find two more of the class of '53 in Indianapolis, Indiana. We were glad to hear that Roger Shepard and his midget auto racers were a success. But we were very surprised to learn that his head grease monkey was Mary Lou Quimby! After picking up Mary and Roger they stopped in Chicago for the Saturday night wrestling match, when whom should they introduce but 'Killer Harmann and 'Bully Gaylord,n the great tag team. After the match Eldon Harman and Larry Gay- lord joined the group on their journey. Larry seemed to know the whereabouts of another of our classmates, and so they stopped at Rockefeller Center to pick up Sherry Sutton, who is scrub woman there. Going through Peru, Nebraska, they stopped and picked up Margie Monroe,who is president of the Peru State Teachers College. The next stop for our group was in Texas, where they picked up H011 Well Dickien or, better known to us all, Dick Eaton. Proceeding through Death Valley the group came upon Shirley Bachler, who is now a woman plumber there. She has a very successful business.She says that she SENIOR PROPHECY Ccontinued from preceding page, doesnt make much money,but then she doesnt have to pay too much in taxes,e1ther. In San Diego Herman found Carl Seeger, who is now an Admiral in the U.S. Na 0 vy Carl told the rest of his classmates where they could find another of our classmates, and so they proceeded to Hollywood. They stopped in front of a very modern building, which the sign said was Marilyn and A1's Place. When they went in they were surprised to find Albert Watts the head of a model agency, and his partner and wife, the former star, Marilyn Monroe. After Albert joined the group, they continued their journey and stoppedat Pike's Peak, where they found Eileen Wise the head of the Interplanetary Travel Bureau, specializing in honeymoons. The next stop was in the cold, cold, region of Alaska, where they picked up another of the group who is now a very successful gold miner. I was very sur'- prised to learn that it was Margaret Scott. After picking up Margaret, the group proceeded to Tabor for their last stop before returning to the moon. First they decided to go to the high school to see what changes had been made in the last ten years. The biggest one was the buildingg what greeted them was a very large modern school and the superintendent was another surprise. Who should it be but Alice Tackett, who replaced R. C. Polton in 1961. Alice told us to go a few blocks west and we would find Don Carlberg,who was now raising sheep on all the land formerly used for cattle around Tabor. After picking up Don and Alice, they picked up Fred V1nton,the new president of the Agriculture College infhbon I was surprised to learn that Alfred Rainey was janitor there. After Herman had finished it was time to leave for the dark side of the moon for our banquet. The class was surprised to learn that I had made my fortune,to buy the moon, running a Gamble Store in Las Vegas. One of the class anmd me who Herman wasg she said that he seemed so familiar, but she just couldnt place him. I replied that she should be, as it was our former sponsor,Mr.Polton, who redred to the moon in 1961 where he had been working as a butler ever since. Signed, Margaret Scott Jo Ann Bennett Fred Vinton Albert Watts, l?f3f . Q, It N g at 4, vi., L 5 ' Aww ew T ' ' V t53' nh ll H E A ? a.,, 'N - A H A 'w ,. X A ,ng A J J X vu' H"".',1.., f ' A' " "":5?51EH'igf? V- ,qv 11:21. L f., ,ai Y w U 'N,.x ff'-IP x ,v CLASS OFFICERS Jim Watson - . ,Q 2 K , ,Q .3 Q President 5 A gi. K ,,- Milan Shaw A V I " ' Vice-President .IL Y' 4 It Mary Beth Munsinger A Secretary-Treasurer Q. WI-59011, Jim Sha, Milan ,f M153 A15-ce Omer Munsin er Mar Omer Ali 'Whfhif Sponsor g ' y ' ce 42 7-' , 5 Ia- QAL .9 In Aa: ,LA if x. fd Rf X , P' Eff' H' , 'J x ' 5 A x -' , l Anderson, Dalene Blackburn, Gary Bourn, Pat ,av k 3 5 1, Q V, ,I 6 , JK r re.. "A V. . ,- 1. ' -'N ff- My y G G 1 , y -G Li v W N G y e Boyer, Brown, Rae lkunane arnes, Donna Dresher, Betty Gregory, Da. H 'lf -I 9 'A 43 G ' f-.'.,! iq -3 A Q N7 - , :ff .4 A Y X ' W .J-V is .A X-. - xi! 4354 N f V.. F'-1' E' P' ff- V!-I u- 4 ' K-If .-4' 'iilxx ' -YV' 4 A 4 sixlli I JM ' ll , Hnnkins, Wayne Hummel, David Jones, Harry Mackey, David 'if' I -1 -ff -' G "4 f' t - , ,x --5? , -..,r' f A 1 V 1. ' if, 5-,X 152 ' il U ' -Qc! . Lf U"f'fi ' Tx' K A-I 1 x J Nelsop Reafleng, Geneva Scherer, Gordon Smith, Lewis Swept, Bonnie 3.55 3 + Q 2 , A aa 6 -z if , QQ 21 'K ' fl ' - 'v'5, n..-' 5. ' if G y 'Q' , JN? I H 34 " A A . Tritsch, Larry Whitehill, Veda Whitehill, Verde. Wolfe, ger T1 1'1if1551n1:n 57 donno FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Joan Howard Doris Srosse D ld giligzi Wayne Rubenking,DonavonSwlsher: Donald Elliott: Doggihy SECOND ROW' Left to Right: Peggy 5t9Phens Donna Harman Jud gg2i3n'f'0bi2?1iP Me1U0Y1,' Warren Dyke, Donna Jones, Emajo Weir? BACK ROW, Left to Right: Doris Carnes Wanda orris Karen Powers Mary Da1t01'1, Mr. Carl, Sponsor, Douglas Slothower, Jesse Hetzel: Conway Biggerstaff, Freeman Bertelsen. f-Z ,I FRONT ROW, Left to Right: WavaRainey Beverly oampbelb Myrtle Wise, Joycelyn Bownes, Sandra Queen, Janice Oowden, Clarabelle Jones, JoE1len Anderson, Ann Retzlaff, Winifred Anderson. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Don Wolkins, Anna Pearl Barbour, Mary Ann Robinson, Viola DeVore, Sherry Jessen, Lois Stephens, Jane Patton, Mary Morris, Wanda Smith, Julialiingsolver, Marlys Dalton, Rosalie Hiatt. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Dale Dresher, Lynn Haynie, Ronald Kilpatrick, Arnold Hall, David Bower, Mr. Schneider, Sponsor, Geanpaul Clapper, Bill Retzlaff, Jim Mintle, Kenneth Delevan, Jack Suhr. A. S. Bloedel Co. Hardware Furniture Phone SO Tabor Appliances Bottled Gas 'inf-1 'iF , , V' , T , g""'1iiggi'ia1iws-H'i -. v, - ,-..15'.-, .,.- ...ni Dalene Anderson, junior, was elected third annual Homecoming Queen by the student body of Tabor High School on Friday, October 3. Her attendants were the Misses .Io Ann Bennett, Darlene Wolkins, Mary Lou Quimby, seniors, and Sherry Jessen, sophomore. Queen Dalene wore a white formal. Her corsage was four red roses and she carried three large chrysa.n- themums. Her attendants wore blue, yellow, rose, and gray formals, respectively.They carried yellow chrysanthemums, and each had a corsage of three red roses. Queen Dalene and her attendants came onto the football field in a convertible,courtesy of Nelson Bros., at the half time of the Coin-Tabor football game, where she was crowned queen by Captain Carl Seeger. Flowers were presented to the Queen and her attendants, by Co-captain Larry Gaylord, The Queen and her escort led the Grand March at the dance after the game at the college gym, She was followed by her attendants and their escorts. Autumn was the theme used by the decoration commi- ttee, chairman of which was Sherry Sutton. Refreshments were served at the dance and the Homecoming, sponazred by the Y-Teen and the Hi-Y and their sponmrs, Mrs. James Sandin, and Mr. Ralph Carl. Q-'EZLCZ4 LETTERMEN FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Gary Blackburn, Albert Watts, Jim Wat- son, Pat Adamson, Dennis Watson, Carl Seeger, Milan Shaw, Dale Rice, Larry Gaylord, Harry Jones. SECOND ROW: Jerry Mann, Lynn Haynie, David Hummel, Freeman Bert- elsen, Wayne Hankins, David Mackey,Rodger Wolfe, Larry Tritsch, David Bower, Dale Dreshen. LETTERSIRLS V Left to Right: Rosalie Hiatt, Margaret Scott, Mary Lou Quimby, Dalene Anderson, Arlene Christensen, Geneva Reafleng, Rae Maurene Brown, Eileen Wise, Darlene Nolkins, Veda Whltehill, Bonnie Swett, Mr. Schneider. ..1 v..l .. H, . . -.-J ' C'Zaa4z0-faq -9 if Seated, Left to Right: Dalene Anderson, Mary Beth Munsinger, Veda whitehill, Verda Whitenill, Bonnie Swett, Donna Maxwell, Rae Maurene Brown,Betty Dresner. Back row: Jerry Mann, Tommy White, Rodger Wolfe, Milan Shaw, Mr. Thornhill, David Gregory, Jim Watson, wayne Hankins, David Mackey, Pat Bourn, 9' 0 ' - .-.1 Seated, Left to Right: Pat Adamson,fherry Sutton, Bonnie Swett. Middle row: Betty Tobin, Darlene wolkins, Karen Powers. Standing: Geanpaul Clapper, Carl Seeger, Jim watson, Dennis watson. Congratulations! Seniors! Compliments of Stern's Studios Missouri Kansas Chemical CQ 3 Chem J' ' 1 1, 'A Net , rinnn Ronnie Kilpat Bonnie Swett Betty Tobin H ...fx hh? rick Darlene Wolkins Jo Ann Bennett .2 . WRONT ROW: Left to Right, warren Dyke, Arnold Hall, Ronnie Kilpatrick, David A M Dale Dresher, Bill Retzlaff, and Jack S MIDDLE ROW: Left to Right, Jesse Hetzel Freeman Bertelsen, Harry Jones, Larry h Mintle, Gordon Scherer, and Lewis Smit BACK ROW: Left to Right, Richard Boyer, burn, Don Carlberg, Mr, Alfred Rainey, David Hummel, Frederick Vinton, and Reg Jerry Mann, Lynn Hagnie, ackey, Kenneth Delavan, uhr, , Dick Eaton, Vern Smith, Gaylord, Joe Bateman, Jim .Eldon Harman, Joe Black- Don Vates, David Gregory, er Shepard, J I J ...M 1 H f Q .... w 1 ,N ..,-., Q-7eevLW' f . -1 Ill Q ' LEFT TO RIGHT: Darlene wolkms, Geneva Reaf1eng,Mrs. James San- din, Sherry Sutton, and Alice Tackett. We-?W' . 'F ' 595 'V ' V'-:I L 5 RQ J fr w - :-1: " -' -' 'f j 1. 4. lk ,Q k.A A I 1 5 LEFT TO RIGHT: Milan shew, E Roger Shepard, Mr. Carl, Jim watson, and Larry Gaylord. I Sponsored bv First State Bank, Tabor, Iowa Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Capital - Surplus and Undivided Profits, S1q2,000 39811051 Left to Right: Jim Watson Business M . Bennett, Editor-in-Chiefg Pat Bourn F t Egnageiu Jo Ann ggtefginn Bays' Sports Editor. Q ea ure itor' and Joe an HS: S C to Right: Darlene Wolkins Girls' Sports E41 tori Mr. Schneider, Sponsorg and Larry Gaylord, Photographer, REPORTERS Joe Blackburn Wayne Hanxins Albert Watts Rodger Wolf Vern Smith Harry Jones Dick Eaton 3? Margle Monroe Carnes Don Yates KR A 40 X QQ 'I ' Q31 J t -.iii-I-1-'F' Fr M I ft t R1 t: Ro or Shepard Business Manager: i?,?Z2d'i'aEiett,1gditg?-in-chgef,Arlene ahristensen,Feature Editor: and Dennis watson, Sports Editor. standing: Bonnie Swett, Grade News Editor. The Tabor Beacon Home owned Gamble Store Tabor, Iowa Tabor, Iowa Phone 1lg.3-R 0,1 0 e-,Lo Dawn T.H.S. Marching Band, under the direction of Mr. O. James Sandin, be- gan its first marching practice of the new school year on September 3. with S2 members, 18 of them new. The band had a wonderful season, winning three division I ratings in one week. October 7 the band went to Ak-sar-ben Rodeo and marched off with the only I given in class C. On Oct- ober 9, Council Bluffs was the scene for the second I3 the band also re- ceived a plaque and SSO there. In the State Marching Contest at Shenandoah, Iowa, on October ll, the band marched off with its third I of the week. The band also marched at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, September 18, at the King Korn Karnival. There was no contest involved. On October 13, after a fine march- ing season, the concert band started its practice. The annual Christmas concert was scheduled for December'l2 but was postponed until January 17 because of the weather. On March 16 the band journeyed to Hamburg, Iowa, for the annual County Music Festival. At the time the annual went to press, plans were being made for a pre-con- test recital in April and a concert in March. May l and 2 were the dates set for the State Concert Contest. BAND ELKRINETS Dorothy Elliott Julia Kingsolver Clarabelle Jones James Watson Jo Ann Bennett Viola DeVore Joey Wylie Mary Beth Munsinger Betty Tobin Mary Ann Newlon Ronnie Sharp ALTO SAXOPHONES David Bower Delores Douqlas Sherrie Nelson Veda Whitehill TENOR SAXOPHONES uSandra Queen Mary Dalton BARITONE SAXOPHONE Margaret Utterback BASS CLARINET Anna Pearl Barbour FLUTE AND BELLS Rae Maurene Brown FRENCH HORNS Dennis Watson Donald Elliott Joan Howard Charles Rubenking BARITONES Pat Adamson Milan Shaw PERSONNEL UURNETS" Dale Rice Carl Seeger Geanpaul Clapper Joe Bateman Arnold Hall Freeman Bertelsen Douglas Slothower Wayne Rubenking Lynn Haynie Allen Kearns rJack Suhr TROMBONES Bonnie Swett Pat Bourn Janice Cowden James Mintle Bill Retzlaff Conway Biggerstaff Dale Hampton BASSES Arlene Christensen Larry Gaylord PERCUSSION NSherry Sutton Larry Tritsch Jane Patton Ronnie Kilpatrick Darlene Wolkins Sherry Jessen TWIRLERS Veda Whitehill Verda Whitehill Mary Lou Quimby Margaret Scott nShirley Bachler DIRECTOROOOOOIOOIUO 'N- Mr. O. James Sandin absent from above picture xx Z L 3 9' 'X Y Q H . . . 'gm gZiEyt5og1ght:Mary Beth Munsinger, Doris Grosse, Janice Cowden n, Sherry Jessen, Mr. Merritt Thornhill Karen Pow: ggiioiinna Jones, Verda Whitehill, Veda Whitehill, and Dorothy wed? 'F PCP J rw ,-, ff" at MT ! K gif' y 4 I 51 L 5 mpg, if we " N Y Q Q lg Q- F?" A it 4 J., if, V I ' A 4 , U f V A ,-A. ,ny ,f . ,fy r D 1 X, . F 5 , t .! ,, U I ' X 1 li 1' ' ' ' X ,Lk ,1 .1 w V 14" - I Y.-A Im T. Front row, Left to Right: Mary Beth Munsinger,Margaret Scott, Mary Lou Quimby, Sherrie Nelson, Bonnie Swett, Janice Gowden, Sandra Queen, Joycelyn Bownes, Miss Shirley Garber, Sherry Jessen,Ann Retzlaff, Eileen Wise,Sherry Sutton, Alice Tackett, Anna Pearl Barbour, Dorothy Elliott. Middle row, Left to Right: Lynn Haynie,C1arabe1le Jones, Mary Morris, Julia Kingsolver, Rae Mnurene Brown,Warren Dyke, David Bower, Mary Dalton, Wayne Hankins, Wanda Smith, Arlene Chris- tensen, Jane Patton, Beverly Campbell, Pat Bourn, Verda White- hill, Veda whitehill, Donald Wolkins. Last row, Left to Right: Donald Elliott,Bill Retzlaff, Albert Watts, Pat Adamson, Freeman Bertelsen, Carl Seeger, Joe Black- burn, Dale Rice, Jim watson, David Gregory, David Hummel, Fred Vinton,Douglas Slothower, Conway Biggerstaff,Ceannaul Clapper, Dennis Watson, Arnold Hall, Dale Dresher. H0145 !"Q"'I W F. Ii", F Front Row, Left to Right: Donald Wolkins, Lynn Haynie, Warren Dyke, Dale Dresher, Bill Retzlaff, Don Swisher, David Bower Second Row: Pat Adamson, Dennis Watson, Freeman Bertel- sen, Joe Blackburn, Joe Bateman, Geanpaul Clapper, Carl Seeger, Wayne Hankins Back Row: Albert Watts, Dale Rice,Jim Watson, Don Yates, David Gregory, David Hummel, Fred Vinton, Roger Shepard Qziza I I I QL Front Row, Left to Right: Joycelyn Bownes, Alice Tackett, Wava Rainey, Rosalie Hiatt, Miss Garber, Veda whitehill, Margaret Scott, Mary Lou Quimby, Dorothy Elliott Second Row: Mary Beth Munsinger, Janice Cowden, Sandra Queen, Mary Ann Robinson, Margie Monroe, Donna Carnes, Anna Pearl Barbour. Clarabelle Jones, Marlys Dalton, Jo Ellen Anderson, Ann Retzlaff, Bonnie Swett, Pat Bourn, Sherrie Nelson Back Row: Dalene Anderson, Donna Jones, Sherry Jessen, Mary Ann Morris, Doris Carnes, Wanda Smith, Geneva Reafleng, Karen Powers, Mary Dalton, Rae Maurene Brown, Jane Patton, Julia Kingsolver, Eileen Wise, Sherry Sutton J J of A S Left to Righty Sherry Jessen, Sherry Sutton, Mary Lou Quimby, Miss Garber, Bonnie Swett, Pat Bourn, and Rae Maurone Brown. Kiigvisai MKMKA J' . -P 1 WGN 3 ,, EE f ' NN K ,, ' . 2 'flifilif -,::5::::J. Qffifffif 7 .la : v X Left to Right: Warren Dyke, Dale Rice, Miss Gar- ,ber, Pat Adamson, and Dennis Watson. " ,, ., mn 1. .ml .1-1'42l4'fTi,, , ,,, H., , 5 1 L' f 1 S SW , 'N V 'if' I '1 g ,: f, fl A fflf' fpk. -' ww- ',. , 'QWQ' ' J - 7- . O0 ' I LET QS 'ff we 2 vbf 3.2 1 1 . 5 7 ig. ' W 72 1 , Q35 ' Q ' K W ffl x ' N 1 r 5 ,ujiiff is V . l' l 2' f - F , - Q ., Y "M' - - , vw" L 'c f "QA ., -gqzl, , ' l' - - " . A - , , M., , V N S- il 5 1 ur, 1 -. + ' ' if .,.,..,, ' -' 4' ff: MM aff 4' f 1' Q P V HJ, If 'gp N' 1 'ov 1 fl ,, f' nfs ,A4, FGA' " VA 'Q 1 P . , ov a- 4 , sings. ' ,I I is-tj J S11 'B 7 A 7eam 5 eh Og ao, -' B-E154 594 Front Row, Left to Right: David Hummel, David Bower, Jin Watson, Carl Seeger, Milan Shaw, Larry Gay1ord,a1d Larry Tritsch. Middle Row, Left to Right: Albert Watts, Dennis Watsny Dale Rice, Harry Jones, Frerman Bertelsen, Pat Adaman, David Mackey. Back Row, Left to Right: Lynn Haynie, Bill Retzlaff, Conway Bignerstaff, Jesse Hetzel, Donald Roof, Wayne Rubenkinf, Donald Elliott. Star Pla ers g T O The Tabor Bluejays Xlnished up in Sept. 12 Emerson 39 6 fifth place this season by winning four aseptu 19 College Spr1ngs26 7 and losing four. They had three players sept. 26 Clearfield 20 39 who received Player of the Week award in Noct. 3 Coin 31 ul the Omaha World Herald: Carl Seeger, oct. 10 Randolph 50 12 Larry Gaylord and Dennis Watson. woct. 17 Shelby 6 u5 The Jays will feel the loss of six oct. an Thurman M6 33 senior boys who helped to make up the woot' 31 Farragut O Su team. They are Albert Watts, Dennis Nov- 7 New Market 32 21 Jatson, Carl Seeger, Larry Gaylord and cn, Asterisks indicate home Dale Rice and Pat Adamson. games. SENIORS Dale Larry Carl 1' at Denny Anderson Co-Op Service Car Lubrication, Washing Reliable Co-Op Products Tabor, Iowa l 1 fb? X 5Q5'Y if git ex RO 1015 Else' 'ru D0 D916 Trgteo watson: hover , Xbxfg Sym 5105 mafia '00 ge is Wwegxeacggealae exsgers 5eeSe YN, Dilhukgggpetf Comma? LB Co E Watson, h M0 EKG!! ngla 1530! 119-aff ow Lefnwfl sw Doaefte BS e H 5 R 2655112 6 agar 5: t to a5ETee:v-333, -500 wg fs 39 Gaia gow Kaqxgpvegkgxn Ha 2 375 1 ?E,Z'3l3Pa'3?-wwe' ffeifit 52 205 A n A- e .2." Bar 9 u gy I i I V XNBW 'QBC 6 . ,Y-buf?-:Jon 264, ' ' eco.. 12' Riveragut 25 T352 A I fl QB G. 300 Egfr bare ,bggs- t.f ' A 96 3' 65m val 6 W I um., f. T V 5Qx-E: 6 U Ye-Q05-:rpm - , Ll 58 ' 9. gan Y ul 1 1- - 5go- 13. 5Xan9 3 1 I ,I A vt 3525. 0 vvxalqoealslitg-1 xmas s , N U, I .I K 1 X . . ' Yirevegce 'A .ng , - 'o, C0 "I 752 I . as ' Ye ,ees a u , q y , 9 .., , - as . VT 1 J , y 6. 1 a yr E , xr, I -I-I Y ? . 25- -VL y-7 1 V-, FEB? ,ly . i Jhi. gf .h l 6465 G-C604 . ' 343 ' f' Three Senior boys, Carl Seeger, Dale Rice. and Dennis Watson, will hang up their T.H.S. jersies this year. These boys helped To inspire the team through their successful season. The 'Jays had a good seasong winning 7 and losing M. They won over Sidney in the County tournament by the score of M6 to 19. They lost to Farra ut, M9to 37, to bring home the second place trophy. Tabor over Randolph 36 to 22 to take Iowa the sectional tournament. Other scoresg Tabor Power 61 Percival Ml, Tabor U3 Essex MO. And Tabor, Iowa Carl Seeger, Dale Rice, and Milan Shaw rei Light ceive honorable mention on the all Southwest Company Iowa basketball team. e 's iz Q' 6 1 We - ' v ,gl 2. I sail 4:1-:-ef? X.::' e,::s. 2' lx' . e'.1 - 2 fl.. . ,,, we we-I1 . V V i 'lm' ' 1 !,ff r' FRONT ROW: left to right, Coach Frederick Schneider, Bonnie D' E34 -A , I Swett, Arlene Christensen,Mary Lou Qu1mby,E1leen Wise, Darlene H v.'-t ' M Wolkins, Margaret Scott, Wanda Morris, Dalene Anderson, Betty ' r I, Tobin, Rosalie Hiatt, Beverly Campbell, Mary Ann Morris. BACK ROW: left to right, Veda Hhitehill, Sherry Jessen, Pat BOUPH, J0Yc91Yn Bownes, Mary Dalton, Doris Carnes,Donna Jones, Jban Howard, Doris Grosse, Juli! Kingsolver, stui ' S Inserted picture: Miss Shirley Garber, sponsor fx J s. f - 5 Q- .J U 1. l v Ak' 7' I w sjlx I Ii is 5 'U 1 o N Opponent Sidney nBartlett I. S. D. dThurman Glenwood 4Riverton -IF arragut -JH amburg M ercival 'Sidney 'Hamburg -BS idney 'Btrahan Malvern Percival nnandompn The 31 us M9 125 57 SO Fil fi? 59 uv , M1 Q Mr. F. W. Schneider and his Blue- jayettes ended the 1952-53 season with 5 wins and ll losses, thus win- ning almostthirty per cent of their games. ' In tournament play the 'Jayettes weren't too successful. In the county tourney held at Sidney, Tabor was beaten by Sidney the first round 27-34, but came back in the second round and upset the Hamburg Wildcats 26-25, thus uwinning third place honors. The Strahsn Uackettes down- ed the 'Jayettes 59-35 in the sec- tional. Margaret Scott, senior guard, and Bonnie Swett, junior forward,, were placed on the honor roll of South- west Iowa all-star teams that ap- peared in the Council Bluffs lonnar- e 1. umary Lou Quimby and Darlene Wol- xins were elected nonorary captains by the girls closing the season. BM M0 Nlndicates conference play 'Indicates County tourney Jessen Insurgnge Agency Dr. Hillary P. Cole D.D.S. 'Indicates Sectional tourneyTabor' Iowa Tabor, Iowa Cry' Q 3. -'- X - X X f AN "Wa, ,lki If 'LQ K, 'jkggga 'vg:f5. xtlgf oi xx QQ-L Q? ggi , gl l , d r W l ' n L 'V Y 1 K - 1 xx YV ' ' .4 n V l' xx X el, V ,- J' Q x X li J I K 'X Q ' xl A if QAV. ., f ,M N Sk f fl ' 'X U - fl- W W L '- Left to Right: Carl Seeger,Jim Watson,Dennis Watson,M11an Shaw, Pat Adamaon,Dale R1ce,David Bower,Larry Gaylord, Wayne Hankins, Geanpaul Clapper, Larry Tritech, Rodger Wolfe, David Mackey, Douglas Slothower, Dick Eaton. Sitting: Lynn Haynie, mgr. - 7mck 7mm i C5 I Z f 3- S 1? 1 Ex fl FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Dale Dresher, Albert Watts, Carl See- ger, Dale Rice, Pat Adamson, Dennis Watson, Larry Gaylord, Jim Watson, David Hummel, David Bower. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Lynn Haynie, mgr., David Mackey, Dick Eaton, Don Roof,Geanpaul Clapper, Don Yates, Freeman Bertelsen, Conway Biggerstaff, Jesse Hetzel, and A. E. Beach, coach- Johnson's Clothes Shop Chris' Earber Shop Curlee Clothes H.A. Christensen T8bDP, IDWQ Tabor, Iowa Y I A 'T :,, AU .J I' 3 H L A 1 M' fl ' 'j zz: raswu qi' 4' , A - :A ' 'H S ' ' frm ., 1' p Z E 4 x X I -.1 ,',f , 'JV U Y1,', fIV,,:l . A M15 T A- ' - -wr .fp 1- O M :A-XO 1 PRIMER . .IPM .. - - Q- Faonfr Row Left to Right: Sue Eaton, Pauline Rainey, Marty Buf- fington, Phyllis Hirst, Nancy Benedict, Bobette Jessen, Susan Bell, Jean Marshall, Julie Thornhill, Kathy Tobin, Bunny Wolfe, La Veria Rice, Mary Stoddard, Sandra wilson. MIDDLE ROW: Terry Fichter, Dickie Vanatta, Harry Benton, Randy Ru ery, Daine Rainey, Jimmy Ross, Greg Fulton, Tim Lorimor, Hank Sheer, Stanley Carlson, Billy Rickabaugh, Harry Starr, Bobby Noellsch, Chipper Blackman. BACK ROW: Mrs. Dyke, Joe Pullman, Jewell Smith, Martha Rosen- trator, Mary Dyke, Martin Mattes,Buddy Severn, Jimmie Kesterson, ,Clay Axtel, Teresa Lorimor, Larry Cole, 'Trudy Lorimor, Rodney .Orr, Joe Lybarzer, Lynn Knox. Mrs. Patrick, ST G FIR RADE ig! L FRONT ROW Left to Bight: Dennis Ashbaugh, Leroy Madison,-Nanci Owens, Mary Jo Fulton, Shirley Maxwell, Nancy Crawford, Joyce Moore, Sue Knox, Phyllis Lawrence. MIDDLE ROW: Donald Hall, Gary Lybarger, Randy Johnson, Jerry Dalrymple, Robert Killion, Terry Eaton, Larry Birkby, Jack Pol- ton, Richard Jennings. BACK ROW: Judy Lybarger, Patty Jo Van Scyoc, Larry Studey, Dar- rell Wilkins, Mrs. Kingsolver, Jerry Jobe, Melvin Fuelling, Ste- ven Carlson, Sally Stephens. Modern Service Standard Grocery Case Farm Implements Phone 156 Tabor, Iowa Tabor, Iowa SECOND GRADE galil ii- 'fl' " -'1 AJQOE -- ary 15, She rry Rex, Kinda Taylor, Miss Smith, Noel Sheer, Dana Vanatta, Marilyn Miller, and Donna Hirst. SECOND ROW, Paul Smith, Billy Watson, Duane Wilkins, Dickie Melton, L.D. Burge, Larry Brown, Johnny Robinson, Paul Park, Steve Rainey, Lorre Spencer, and Larry Polston. THIRD ROW, Chuck Douglas, Billy Bartholemew, Ariel Rosentraten Phyllis Sharp, Judy Bower, Rosemary Orr, Penny Rex, Judy Bagga Keith Dyke, and Mike Williams. THIRD GRADE FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Gayle Forny, Sharon Kesterson, Car- olyn Melton, Jane Slothower, Miss Wilcox, Judy Starr, Carolyn Kempton,Sh1rley Jennings, Sandra Orr, Shirley Meek. SECOND ROW, Carl Rubenking, Denny Vanatta, Larry Nelson, Tom- my Stoddard, Stephen Schneider, Donald Boyer, Gary Stephens, Darrel Ruse, Randy McDonald, THIRD ROW, Judy Scott, Diane Wolf, Jean Kearns, Dianna MaxwelL Miriam Rosentrater, Sherry Smith, Anita White, Phyllis Davis Marilyn Record, and Jackie Foster. Ruse Transfer and O11 Co. Stock R Grain Hau1ing..Gr1nd1ng Tgkgr, Iowa Tank Wagon Service FOURTH GRADE .: .6 FRONT HON, left to right: Janice Lawrence, Connie Hankins, Sharon Irvin, Sharon Bownes, Mrs. Whitehill, Susie Cotter, Nancy Phillies, Karen Smith, Rena Hankins, Sherry Maxwell. MIDDLE ROW, left to right: Lynda Queen, Bernadine Studey,Han- dall Sutton, David Shaffer, Patrick Lorimer, David Bloedel, David Newlon, Delores Bachler, Mary Ackerman. BACK ROW, left to right: Stanley Wolkins, Ray Wiley, Larry Ackerman, Johnna Heck, David Dyke, Sally Thornhill, Jerrylbl- ston, Gary Van Scyoc, Harold Mathew, ABSENT Myrna Kesterson. FIFTH GRADE i'-lm FRONT HOW, left to right: Sandra Stribley, Bobby Bloedel, Sharon Starr, Patricia Gordon, Judy Nelson, Nancy Stevens, Janet Maxwell, Terry Buckles. MIDDLE ROW, left to right: Charles Smith, Everett Gordon, Gary Vanatta, Donald Cotter, Miss Hood, Stephen Fulton, Fred Bartholomew, Jim Hurst, Rodger Bartholomew. BACK ROW, left to right: James Taylor, Maurice Grosse,Don- ald Mowery, Lorraine Hall, Louise Hiatt, Martha Robinson, Garv Meek. Steven Barbour. Kearns Variety Store N "We welcome your PHtT""T'19Ee Tabor, Iowa SIXTH GRADE I FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Norma Gaylord, Clara Smith, Maxine Carnes, Nancy Shaffer, Mrs. Thornhill, Shirley Mathews, Connie Lawrence, Julia Kearns, Carolyn Powers. MIDDLE ROW: Marcella Foster, Karen Ruse, Bruce Bloedel, El- lison Rainey, Billy Dalrymnle, Floyd Williams, Grant Gregory, Randy Seeger, Keva Bateman. BACK ROW: Eugene White, Robert Kesterson, Harry Stoddard, Steven Spencer, Larry Davis, Ronny Williams, Darrell Cotter, James Wylie. SEVENTH GRADE FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Louise White, Myrtle Morris, Dar- lene Record, Leota Melton, Mary Ann Newlon, Carolyn Carnes, Mrs. Polton, Janet Eaton, Jacky Jessen,A Nancy Lybarger, Muriel Baggs, Joy Bishop. MIDDLE ROW: Chucky Brown, Donald Wolf, Allen Kearns, Paul Retzlaff, Dwight Smith, Stanley Dalrymple, Ronald Sharp, Donald Knierim, James Gregory, Lyle Delevan, Jeffrey Fulton. BACK ROW: Larry Foster, Loyd Stoddard, Neil Nelson, Charles Rubenkind, John Barbour, Sam Robinson, Tony Biggerstaff, Larry Smith, Gary Yates. EIGHTH GRADE FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Steve Mitchell, Harvey Jennings, Norman Ross, Darrel Hankins, Ray Robinson, Shirley Davis , Janice Stephens, Joe Wiley, Bobby Wolkins, and Jim White. MIDDLE ROW, Left to Right: Fanchon Bailey, Neoma Boyer, Car- olyn Mcclure, Kay Sliger, Harold Jennings, Mrs. Schneider, Leonard Worcester, Dennis Shaffer, Roger Killion, Karen Mc- Donald, and Romona Boyer. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Arthur Bateman, Duane Rubenking, Mona Maxwell, Margaret Utterback, Charlene Powers, Delores Douglas, Junior Record, Leta Reid, Connie white, Kae Dalton, and Dale Hampton. BOYS PATROL '39 P ws 3 FIRST ROW, Left to Right:Al1en Kearns, Art Bateman, Dale Hampton, Dennis Shaffer,Roger Killion,and Junior Record. MIDDLE ROW, Left to Right: Neal Nelson, Charles Ruben- king, Charles Brown, Sam Robinson, Duaine Rubenking , John Barbour, and Jim White. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Norman Ross, Stanleymalrymple, Harold Jennings, Leonard.Worcester,Darre11 Hankins, laul Retzlaff, and Ray Robinson. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL BOYS' g FR 9 E5 no or QVFN If A ' A . J ' . :Ji ,SL hi ., W".Q 4. Sf' Lfx ' 'W'M-jf L Q f 'N ga QW giyg ZEL wish A - fl sf'!.L?'I lvhiamif I ,A ggvfke' MIL, if a t b e A ,fa-.. fr' -111 fifp '-W-'f'f?f1v ? W2 FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Donald Wolfe, Donald Knierum, Ronnie Sharp, Roger Killion, Tony Biggerstaff, and Bobby Wolkins. SFCOND ROW: Lyle Delavan, Dale Hampton, Norman Ross, Stan- ley Dalrymple, Paul Retzlaff, Allen Kearns, Charles Ruben- king, and Arthur Bateman. 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