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The word DEDICATE means essentially to consecrate to a sacred use to
rnscrrbe Considering therefore that this year book of nineteen hundred
and fifty one will be held dear nn the memories of the Tama Hugh School
students wewrsh to DEDICATE nttoourreturrng Janitor CHARLIE HARMON
We DECLARE that throughout the past twelve years he has been a loyal and
helpful friend and that during the years to come we wish him to remember us
as his friends. And it is with the felling of deepest devotion thatwe INSCRIBE
his name upon the dedicatory leaf of this volume.
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Motto ....... Life is a picture--paint it well.
The SeniorClass ot l95l started its long and
tediousclimlc- to higher education inthe Fall of
The 52 seniorswho are graduating are-Facing
a crisis in the possibility that the boys will go
into service, atact thatcould changetheir en-
tire lives. Despite this darkcloud, theclass of
'il has been very co-operative in earning
money For their senior trip to Chicago They
have been very active in music and sports,
earning several trophies as well as a good re-
putation for their school.
Yes, the class of l95l has comea longway
sincethat Fall day in I947. We Sincerely hope
that they will showthe good Fellowship and will
succeed in their future years just as they did in
their schooldays and paint life's picture well
Wilford Youngbear Vice
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DONALD GENE BRAYF
General Course -- Football l,2,3,4: l1V1'eSUlIlg 3.49
Dramatics 35 Pep Club 2.
Commercial Course -- F.H,A. 1,25 Pep Club 2,3,45
Office Staff 4.
HELEN L. BORISKEY
Commercial Course -- F. H.A. 1,25 Class Play 35 Of-
fice staff 4.
General Course -- Football I,2,3,45 Wrestling 3,45
Boys Glee Club 35 Mixed Chorus 35 Carnival 4.
Commercial Course -- G.A.A. l,2,3,45 F.H.A. lg
Band 2, 3,45 Carnival 4.
LUMIR A. DEDIC
General Course -- Football l,2, 3,45 Basketball 1 ,2, 3,
45 Baseball I,2,3,4g Career Day 3.
CONNIE LOU DORAN
General Course -- G.A.A. l,2,3,4g F.H,A. lg Swing
Show I5 Band I,2,3g Pep Club 2,3,45 Treble Clef I5
Office Staff 25 Librarian 35 Iuka Staff 45 News staff 1,
2,3,45 Treasurer, Senior Class5 Chairman, Activity
Room 45 Sec., Activity Room 3.
College Preparatory -- G.A.A. I,2,3,45 F.H,A. I5
Swing Show I5 Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Treble
Clef I5 Iuka Staff 45 News Staff I5 Class Secretary I5
Horn Solo 3,45 Cheerleader 2,3,4: Horn Quartet 35
Mixed Quartet 35 Student Senate 2, 3,45 Homecoming
Attendant 25 Homecoming Queen 45Carnival 35 Chair-
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General Course -- Pep Club 2,3,4, F. H.A. l,2.
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'General Course -- Basketball t,2,3,4, Baseball l,2,
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MARY L. HALE
General Course -- Pep Club 2,3,4, G.A.A. t,2,3,
F.H.A, 1.2, Treble Clef Club 1,Girls Glee Club 2,3,
Librarian 2, 3, Photography Club 3.
General Course -- Football 3,4, Basketball l,2,Mixed
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College Preparatory -- Cheerleader 4, Office Staff 3,
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Track 1,25 Student Senate 25 Photography Club 2.
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College Preparatory -- F.l-l.A. 3: Office Staff 2, 3,45
Librarlan2, 35 News Staff 35Girls Glee Club l, 3,45 Iuka
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General Course -- Football 2.
General Course -- F.H.A. l5 G.A.A. l,2,3gIuka Staff
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CommercialCourse -- Band 1,2,3,45Mixed Chorus 2,
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General Course -- Football lg Pep Club 2, 3.
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Commercial Course - F.H.A. 1,25 Pep Club 2,3.
General Course -- G.A.A. l,2,3,4g F.H.A.15 Pep
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General Course -- Dramatics 35 Basketball 3,45 Pep
Club 25 Carnival 4.
Commercial Course -- Girls Glee Club I,2,3,45 Mix-
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Quintet3, 4, Basketball 1,23 Carnival 4, Woodwind Trio
General Course -- G.A.A. I,2,3g F.I-LA. I,2.
General Course -- Football 2. 3,4g Basketball 1,2, 3,4g
Class Vice-President 4.
General Course -- Band 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 1,2,3g
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Boys Quartet 3,45 Swing Show 1,
TrumpetTrio 2, 3,4gTrumpetQuartet 3, 4gBrass Sextet
2, 3, 4g Trumpet Solo 1.2, 3, 4, Class Play 3g Piano Solo
3,4g One Act Play 33 Dramatics Club 3, Iuka Staff 4:
Basketball 1.2, 3,4g Operetta 3g Photography Club 3,
Operators Club 2, Boys State 3.
We the SenrorClass of Tama Hrgh School of Tama
County of the state of Iowa berng of rubrlant mrnd
questronable memory and about to pass out of exrstence
do blrthely rmprovrse and publrsh thrs our last wrll and
To the long sufferrng faculty we leave a generous
measure of peace rn the assembly good w II to a I
We thank them for therr advrce whrch we may use some
trme rf we ever wrrte a book
DO ROTHY BORISKEY leaves Benny Davrs to Sharon
Mohrfeld Joan Hanus and Eva Lee Hrll
HELEN BORISKEY wrlls her leans to Sharon
DON BRAYEleaveshrsrrghtguard to Mert
DON CHMELIK leaves hrs good drrvrng abrlrty to
LEC NA DECORAHwrIls her books toColleen Whrte
LUMIR DEDIC leaves hrs abrlrty to sleep rn clas to
CONNIE DORAN leaves her abrlrty to get along
w th Mr Bachman to Earlena Hrcks
KATIE DORAN leaves Mert Itchy and J F to any
one who wants them
makrng to Itchy and Mert
HARRY DULIN leaves hrs good behavror and excel
lent srngrng varce to Mert Kvrdera
DARLENE DUHACEK leaves Rrchard Frrckre to Earl
GLEN GIBSON leaves hrs basketball abrlrty to Clark
MARY LU HALE leaves her grrl frrend Beverly
McNeal to Tama Hrgh for one more year
FRANKLIN HAND bequeaths hrs safe drrvrng to Lyle
PAT HANIFY leaves her herght to Gaylord Marden
for hrm to use rt to the best of hrs abrlrty
ALFRED HAUG HEY leaves hrs bashfulnessto Roberta
DALE HOFER leaves hrs locker to some unsuspectrng
DON INMAN leaves hrs backfrelcl place to Bob
DON JACOBSEN leaveshrsexcellentdrrvrngabrlrty
to John Penhollow
DON JOENS leaves hrs eatrng abrlrty rn class to
SHIRLEY JOHNSON leaves her brother Larry to
Tama Hugh for two more years
EVERETT KAPAYOU leaves hrs lazrness to anybody
who wants rt
BARBARA KEAHNA leaves her locker to anyone who
GEORGE KUNCH leaves hrs brother Drck for an
BETTY KOUTNEY leaves her vacant Saxophone charr
to Sharn Mohrfeld
CATHERINE LISTON wrlls all the roys drsappornt
ments and hard work on the Iuka to next year sedrtor
WILMA MAGEE leavesClark Varnum to any student
of Tama Hrgh who could make good use of hrm and hrs
RACHEL McFATE leaves her abr Irty to break her neck
whrle tumblrng to anyone who wants to rrsk rt
BILL MCMURRAY wrlls hrs rabbrt runnrng abrlrty to
anyone who wants rt
DORA METZ wrlls her promptness to school and to
class to Bob Whrte
JIMMIE MlCELlwrlls hrsdrrvrng abrlrty to Marcella
FERN MICHAEL leaves her old locker to some fresh
man who can learn the combrnatron
EARL MILLER leaves hrs center spot on the basket
bull team to anyone that rs capable of handlrng rt
NADINE MORRIS leaves her quretness to Darlene
DONNA POLKA leaves a vacancy rn the marorette
rank to some hard workrng under classman
TOM REID wrlls hrs abrlrtyto get out of workrng to
hrs brother Don
DELORES SEDLACEK leaves a vacantclarrnet charr
ta whoever may want rt
man you don t have to agree wrth the teacher
ROBERT SMITH wrlls hrs brg nose to Floyd Prusha
KEITH SHAW leaves hrs abrlrty to skrp school to
TOM STEPHENSON leaves hrs abrlrty to run out of
gas to Joe Mochal
CARLEEN STEUHM leaves her love for school to her
DORIS SUCHANEK leaves Carl Bearden to Carol
EVELYN SUCHANEK wrlls her books to some poor
BEV VAVRA wrlls her spot on the frrst strrng cheer
leadrng squad to one of the second strrng cheerleaders
RONNIE WEIR leaves hrs abrlrty to getalong wrth
Alan Doyle to Mary Lou Youngman
ROGER WILLER wrlls hrs Englrsh Lrterature book to
a comrng senror wrth sympathy
DELORES WILLSON wrlls her regular attendance to
WILFORD YOUNGBEAR leaves hrsbcsketball abrl
rty to Drck Kucera
DICK ZIMMER Ieaveshrs abrlrtytohave fun rn Mrs
Lodwrck s studyholl to Bob Whrte
Lastly we herebyappornt Don Wanatee executor of
thrs our last wrll and testament hereby revolcrng all
former wrlls by us made In wrtness whereof we have
hereunto subscrrbed our name on the frrst day of May
rn the year of Our Lord Nrneteen Hundred and Frfty
THE SENIOR CLASS OF 51
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ALAN DOYLE leaveshisability to be quiet in home' RUDO LPH SIECK leaves this advice to Pete Young-
Upon enterung our home town after not havung seen ut for ten years we saw the hugh school band
marchung down Maun street and the flag twurlers carryung banners readung Don t Muss the Technucolor
Fulm of The Class of 5I over statuon TAMA channel I at 7 P M tonught Thus aroused our unterest
and we hurrued home so as not to muss thus program
Openung the program we heard famuluar strauns of Unuversal Judgment beung played by the Boston
Phulharmonuc Orchestra We recognuzed the conductor on the poduum as DONALD BRAYE Some of the
featured soloustswere RONNIE WEIR clarunetust EARL MILLER celloust and LEONA DECORAHplay
ung the bassoon
The nextpucture was quute adufferentscene We were nowun MGM studuos watchung a new comedy
pucture beung fulmed Some ofthe acts that wull certaunly wun a lot ofapplause were done by members
of the 51 class One of the most lught footed and graceful dances was done by EVERETT KAPAYOU
and Fred Astaure whule DALE HOFER I who had taken Tommy Dorsey s place after hus returement and
hus band played theur accompanument Peerung unto the next studuo we saw Ruse Stevens vocaluzung
wuth DARLENE DUHACEK because Darlene us soon to make her debut un a new opera Another scene
from the studuos dusclosed NADINE MORRIS takung the place of Lana Turner un the revused movue
The Postman Always Rungs Twuce
As the next pucture came unto sught we saw a large aurplane landung at LaGuardua Fueld When we
saw the pulot step down we recognuzed that ut was DON INMAN and hus co oulot was ALFRED
HAUG HEY We saw that thus was a specual plane carryung a new four star General When the General
came unto vuew he was ROGER WILLER who had taken the place of Gen MacArthur un Japan
Travelung back to the Muddle West we notuced that now we were un Rochester Munnesota at the
Mayo Clunuc The next scene was un an operatung room where the doctor and nurses were performung
a very delucate operatuon Three of them looked very famuluar and as they turned around we rec
ognuzed them the two nurses were DORA META and BETTY KOUTNEY un theurchosen vocatuons and
the eye ear nose and throat specualust was DONALD JOENS
In the next two puctures we were vusutung furst the Allus Chalmers plant un Mulwaukee whuch was
under the supervusuon of DO NALD JACOBSEN who had advanced from a mere workman to the presudency
durung the last ten years The second pucture took us unto the presudent s offuce of the G M factory
and to our surpruse the presudent was WILFORD YOUNGBEAR
In the nextpucture we realuzed we would soon be seeungsughts unthe eastern states because we were
travelung on the PennsyIvanuaTurnpuke Seeung a hughway patrolman stopa truck druverfor druvung over
the speed lumut whuch us 7OMPHJ we soon saw that the patrolman was FRANKLIN HAND and the truck
druver who had lust receuved a court summons was JIMMIE MICELI Arruvung un New York Cutythe
furst scene was un the Waldorf Astorua A dunner party was beung guven un honor of MISS HELEN BOR
ISKEY who had been named Muss Ameruca un AtIantucCuty Threeof ourformer classmates were suttung
at her table but tney were un unuform KATIE DORAN and PAT HANIFY who had been good fruends
un hugh school had managed to stay together as both were members of the Waves Suttung next to them
was DOROTHY BORISKEY Helen s suster who was now a Wac
The two head wauters partucularly caught our eye and as they looked up we saw they were DON
CHMELIK and GLEN GIBSON Both of them made very strukung wauters In another room at the Wal
dorf Astorua we notuced General Dwught Eusenhower dunung wuth hus assustant who was GEORGE
On our way to the St Nucholas arena we notuced SHIRLEY JOHNSON truppung down Broadway wuth
a bunch of letters in her hand, her days work, because she wasa stenographer. We arrived at the arena
just in time to hear that HARRY DULIN had taken the title away from Ezzard Charles.
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Then came the prcture of RAC HEL MCFATE She was scrubbung her kntchen after a hard day s work
and as we watched we heard her say I do wash Steve TOM STEPHENSOND would hlreagurl orelse
a full tlme maid
Just then the announcer Interrupted to glve the latest weather news and It was none other than
DICK ZIMMER We notrced that Duck had remembered many of the ponnters that Mass Larson had
stressed about radlo speaking rn Speech class
The next prcture brought to vnew a large audltorrum The announcer stepped out on the stage and
announced featured artists of the 1961 Concert Company They were DORIS SUCHANEK the narrator
DELORES SEDLACEK soprano FERN MICHAEL contralto BILL MCMURRAY vuollnrst and RUDY
SIECK the pranrst He also sand that the company had met wuth great success In all of the large
crtues of the U S and during the next season they Intended to make a tour of Europe
The next vlew was one of great contrast Before the picture was plarnly on the screen we thought
we could hear sounds of a long speech As It became clearer we realized that we had not been wrong
we were attendrngasessron of Congress On the stage we noticed that CATHERINE LISTON was full
busterrng for passage of anew bull whale ALAN DOYLE the other Iowa senator was readrng a new
baseball book which had rust been publushed The prcture following thus was a very famnlrar one It
was the plcture of the Presndent of the Unrted States at has desk In has prnvate office and the face was
that of BOB SMITH who was Iooklng at the 51 Iuka
Another vrew showed aconstructnon gang erecting an ummense brrdge over the Potomac Rrver The
foreman was KEITH SHAW and he kept strollung up and down the track watchung the workmen
and we saw two sales women comlng unto sxght One was EVELYN SUCHANEK who was trying to sell
revased chemlstry books whxch she had edited and the other was BARBARA KEAHNA who had written
a book Learn To Draw The Easy Way
The next scene was the Unrversuty of Mxama We saw a physlcal educatnon class learning how t
swam Therr teacher was BEVERLY VAVRA and one of her students was DE LORES WILLSON We saw
CONNIE DORAN run up to Bev and tell her that she had been the frrst woman to swam the Panama
Canal She sand she had started practoclng by floatrng through the locks on a base drum
The next pucture was a football game held at Iowa Cnty wrth Iowa playlng Purdue The Iowa Coach
grvsng advrce to hnsplayerswas none other than LUMIR DEDIC Durmg the half the Hughlanders gave a
performance and the leader rn hrs plaud krlt was TOM REID IBy the way Iowa won 21 20 I
Another large assemblage appears In the next picture and on the platform facing them stands
CARLEEN STEUHM Iecturung on Women s Rrghts
A large crrcus tent now comes Into vlew The people are laughing uproarrously at the clown who
rs performung nn the center Under the pamt we recognize DON WANATEE The Girl on the Flying
Trapeze was WILMA MAGEE Looknng unto the crystal ball we see MARY LU HALE the fortune
In the followsng scene we heard thetmkle of cowbellsand saw DONNA POLKA comlng down the
lane wutha mllk pall ID her hand Bull as stall an the service and she has assumed the responslbulltues of
The next pncture was rather dum As It bnghteneu we saw only two words The End
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The Junior Class started off the year with a bang. It promises to be one of the
most eventful and unforgettable years in the history of the High School.
The class of 52 has maintained a high scholastic standing and has been active
in outside activities, such as wrestling, speech, music, band and football.
On November I7 the Juniors presented their class play, "The Bishop's Mantle. "
The highlight of the year for the iuniors was the spring prom. They worked hard
all year ro finance this anticipated event.
The class sponsors are Miss Larson and Miss Hoover.
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BACK ROW: B. Formanek, L. Higgenbotham, D. Baker, N. Skala, J. Penhollow, R. Shaw, D. Mason,
E. Hicks, I. Ledvina, L. Johnston. FIFTH ROW: D. Kupka, I. Parks, E. Hill, N. Kubicek, B. Laird,
A. Petermeier, B. Davis, B. Hilton, C. Bearden. FOURTH ROW: H. Frink, D. Zhorne, B. Hanus, B.
Houston, P. Hartsell, D. Matula, A. Kauble, M. Croskey, D. Kunch. THIRD ROW: J. Hanus, M. Sires,
M. Riha, M. Hand, M. Maiden, D, Dolezal, J. Weiner, C. Bearden. SECOND ROW: Miss Hoover, L.
Kacer, M. Braye, C. White Breast, B. McNeal, H. Page, H. Youngman, Miss Larson. FIRST ROW: Z.
Hansen, F. Libby, D. Groves, H. Backen, S. Turbett, R. Moyer, N. Brecht.
Sponsored by IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER CO.
The Sophomore Class of T951 has been well represented in extra curricular ac-
The holiday season was brightened by their class party, "Ye Old Jingle Inn. "
This party was the source of many newideas which inspired other classes in the plan-
ing of their parties. The class sponsors are Mr. Martin and Mr. Graff.
BACK ROW: L. Feisel, C. Hunnicutt, D. Polka, L. Johnson, R. Coe, L. Miller, D. Hotchkiss, D.
Vavroch, J. Porter. FIFTH ROW: R. Davenport, F. Prusha, D. Davis, R. Sackett, D. Robinson, D.
Duffy, J. F. Doran, D. Kucera, M. Kvidera. FOURTH ROW: S. Mohrfeld, G Davenport, I. Soucek,
L. Thomas, S. Amcha, K. Hanus, R. Keahna, J. Thompson, S. Guy, I. Youngbear. THIRD ROW: L.
Houston, S. Hagge, D. Formanek, B. White, D. Porter, T. Mclntire, N. Vavra, P. Brecht, S. Scott,
I. Youngbear. SECOND ROW: R. Benda, D. Hanus, R. Fowler, D. Masker, M. Koutney, M. Cibula,
K. Asher, S. Bent, C. Metz, M. McAdoo, A. Belton. FIRST ROW: Mr. Groff, D. Duffy, B. Vail, N.
Rebik, S. Laquette, L. Anderson, B. Marshall, C. Davenport, L. Poweshiek, B. Waseskuk, Mr, Martin.
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Greeted warmly to the halls ot Tama High School was the Freshman Class of
l95O. They have not only participated in extra-curricular activities but have set
a goal For the Freshmen of next year.
ln October they entertained at a Masquerade Party where each student wore a
Class sponsors are Mrs. Byron Lodwick and Mr. Bob Greene.
BACK ROW: P. Jurgensen, R. Stephensen, C. Sturtz, K. Collins, R. Lincoln, C. Varnum, T. Shil
hanek, M. Stark, S. Mochal, E. Typer. SIXTH ROW: D. Reeder,J. Frahm, N. Robinson, P. Shefchik
V. Iochims, R. Jacobsen, W. Hill, R. Garwood, L. Steuhm, S. McNeal, J. Petersen. FIFTH ROW
C. Bagenstos, S. Abbott, D. Wheeler, J. Graff, T. Shillianek, S. Tode, C. Vaverka, V. Miceli, D.
Plowman, P. Graff. FOURTH ROW: B. Duffy, C. Yoergler, R. Baker, D. Jacobs, J. Jackson, R. Friclge,
B. Mathes, B. Dolezal, A. Kriegel, 1. Davenport. THIRD ROW: J. Duffy, R. Sieck, L. Morgan, ,R.
Fowler, N. Gibson, D. Hofer, L. Reben, F. Davis, M. Van Egdom, C. Anderson. SECOND ROW: L.
YoungBear, I. Snow, N. Slick, F. Wanatee, M. Boriskey. S. Hanus, L. Clark, M. Spooner, J. Lenhart.
FRONT ROW: Mr. Greene, D. Petersen, G. Maiden, N. Forrester, C. Bent, K. Osterberger, C. Cooper,
P. McClure, M. Youngman, B. Jacobs, Mrs. Lodwick.
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L. Feisel, E. Miller, R. Lincoln, F. Prusha, D. Duffy, R. Garwood, B. Duffy. SECOND ROW: P. Jurgen-
son, D. Baker, K. Collins, D. Polka, J. Doran, B. Kvldera, D. Porter, B. White, D. Formanek, D.
Ioens, D. Kucera. FIRST ROW: A. Haughey, F. Hand, D. Braye, K. Shaw, W. Youngbear, B. Formanek,
D. Chemlik, H. Dulin, J. Mochal, D. Inman, L. Dedic.
As you can see from the scorecard above, this
was one of Tama High 's greatest years in Football.
Tama Opponent They were rated eleventh in the state by sports
20 Cedar Falls Teachers High 7 writers from all over Iowa.
32 Reinbeck 0 Several of our boys were honored by being e-
2l Montezuma 20 lected to the All-state Team or given Honorable
T9 Brooklyn 0 Mention. They were: Don Inman, Alfred Haughey,
33 Belle Plaine 20 Wilford Youngbear, Don Chmelik and Keith Shaw.
I9 Marengo T4 We must not forget the many hours of hard work
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the Coaches and their boys.
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Coach Jim Davis came from Osceola To Tama
lost fall and almost immediatelystarted develop-
ing the shooting qualities of the Tama Basketball
His Simpson tactics are showing in the team for
he has developed them into one of the fastest
highest-scoring teams in the state . They combined
fast breaks with quick accurate shooting ability to
come out with a record of eighteen wins and five
losses. This is the best average since l94l
The team had a very high-scoring average with
only two games in which they scored less than 40
points and onlyfive games out of the twenty-three
in which they scored less than 50 points . They made
a scoring average of 56 points per game with a de-
fensive average of 45 points per game .
The starting lineup included Earl Miller, Glenn
Gibson, Alfred Haughey, Ronald Weir, and Wil-
ford Youngbear with Alan Doyle doing the substi-
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increase in skull and technique under Coach Pep Martin.
Among the fourteen boys out for the sport, ten are un e
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marched every mornung under the leadershnp of John Penhollow our drum
magor from 815 untul 9 I5
Mr John C Knowles as the new unstructor and unde r has drrectnon the
band partnclpated nn the Football Jamboree at Montezuma and at the March
mg Band contest held at Vinton where they recelved a Dnvuslon I rating
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saying heard every morning during the warm up period in concert band.
The band has grown since last year. We now have sixty-seven members.
The brass se ction has improved this year due to Mr. Knowles knowledge of
This year the Band Boosters completed aproiect which was started several
years ago. Th roug h their hard work they were able to buy uniforms for the
band. The uniforms that the band is wearing in the picture are the ones that
the Band Boosters purchased.
The band will compete in the state contest for large groups on May 5.
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We hope and trust that these semors who are PFIVI ledged to weor thus symbol of honor wnll
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Sensor Class Presndent
G A A Presadent
Jumor Class Presldent
Operator s Club Presrdent
Sophomore Class Presrdent
Freshman Class Presrdent
Dramatac Club Presudent
Sponsored By SCHROEDERS STUDIO
Nlclrrure H Papclj Porter B Nlatlres W H111 SITTING J Penlrollow A Kauhlc D Robrrr
son Mr Groff
Arnold Kauble Chref Operater
Rrchard Shaw Assrstant Chref Operater
John Penhollow Secretary treasurer
Mr Graff Sponsor
The Operators Club of Tama Hrgh School was organrzed to allow the students of Tama
Hrgh School to enloy movres any trme of the day A group of interested boys are tralnecl rn
the art of properly operatrng the new movre prolector The boys schedules are arranged so
that there are at least two trarnecl boys avarlable at any perrod of the day
Each year some of the Senror boys leave so a new group of freshman boys are trarned by
some of the experrenced boys
A lrst of properly trarned boys rs ussued each teacher tellrng what boys are avarlable
The teacher then contacts one of these boys Frve mrnutes later her class rn enloyrng an rn
Sponsored by TAMA CLINIC
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BACK ROW: B. Davis, B. Hilton, R. Shaw, D. Mason, D. Jacobs. SECOND RUW: R. Coe, T.
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BACK ROW: D. Knpka, E. Hill, M. Stark, G, Davenport, P. Shcfchik, C. Bagenstos. THIRD
ROW: S. LaOuette, H. Frink, M. Riha, D. Zhorne, J. Hanus, S. Mohrfeld. SECOND ROW: Z.
Hansen, D. Hofer, P. Hanify, C. Anderson, P. McClure. I. Lenhart. FRONT ROW: C. Doran,
N. Forrester, D. Hanus, B. Jacobs, Mrs. Lodwick.
Editor . . . . Ioan Hanus
Assistant Editor , , Pat Hanify
Exchange . . . . Zona Hansen
Dashes From Dot , , Dorothy Hanus
Fashions . . . . .Sharon Mohrfeld
Senior Snaps. . . .Sharon LaQuette
Platter Chatter . . . . Mary Ann Stark
Patrer from Pat , , , , Pai McClure
Penned by the Poets . . . Dorothy Zhorne
Bookshelf .... ..... M arcell Riha
Sidelights . . ...... Helen Frink
Junior High News . . Nancy Boggie, Patty Olson
Reporters ..... Joan Lenhart, Corky Yoergler
Beverly McNeal, Eva Lea Hill, Barbara Jacobs
Nancy Forrester, Pat Shefchik, Colleen Bagenstos
Sponsor ......... Mrs. Byron Lodwick
We think a lot of news still travels by way of the party line but Tama
High has a betterway and gets better results. Once more, our students keep
posted through the newsy Tama Tattler. This is one of the few newspapers
in the world which didn't consider Korea, the Reds, or politics its biggest
headline story. The Tama Tattler was most interested in who said what in
Study Hall, who wore what toclass and who did what at games. More im-
portant than Walter Winchell's Columnisto his readers was the T's column
to its fans.
Sponsored by TAMA STATE BANK
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BACK ROW: D. Zimmer, C. Stehum, P. Hanify, R. Shaw, B. Smith. THIRD ROW: L. Johnson,
B. Keahna, L. Decorah, R. McFate, K. Doran, D. Hofer. SECOND ROW: Miss Field, D. Suchanek,
H. Frink, C. Doran, B. Vavra, M. Sires, S. Mohrfeld, T. Reid, R. Coe, T. Mclntire. FRONT
ROW: B. Laird, N. Kubicek, S. Turbett, S. Johnson, C. Liston, E. Suchanek, J. Penhollow.
Editor .... ...... C atherine Liston Music Editor . ........ Katie Doran
Assistant Editors Shirley JOhllSOH. Evelyn Suchanek Assistants . Dick Zimmer, Sharon Mohrfeld
Business Manager ........ I0l1fl PCI1l'10110W Beverly Houston
Assistants . . . Tom Reid, Shirley Turbeti Artists .... Barbara Keahna, Leona Decorah
Beverly Laird Chief Photographers . . . Roger Coe, Tom Ixlclniirc
Fine Arts Editor . . . Neola Kubicek Sports Editor . . ...... Bob Smith
Assistants . . . . Helen Frink, Pat Hanify Assistants . . . . Larry Johnson, Dale Hr-for
Feature Editor . ....... Marilyll Sires Typists . . . Connie Doran, Rachel McFate
Assistants . Beverly Vavra. Carleen Srevhrn Dorissuclisnek
R.lCl'lal'd Sl'l3W Sponsor .
. Miss Margaret Field
Iuka meeting after schooll Hurry up and type that copy! Where are the
These cries are becoming familiar as the l95l Iuka begins to roll.
For the excellent snapshots in our book, we can thank Roger Coe and Tom
Mclntire. Credit for the endless iob of collecting advertisements from the
merchants goes to John Penhollow and his assistants, Tom Reid, Shirley
Turbett, and Beverly Laird.
Our highest praise goes to Catherine Liston, our Editor-in-chief for her
capable direction of our work and to Evelyn Suchanek and Shirley Johnson for
helping her out in time of need. Last but not least, we congratulate Miss
Margaret Field, our Sponsor, for her efforts on our behalf.
These are only a few of the people who helped to make the l95l luka o
Sponsored by GAMBLE STORE
BACK ROW: K. Kiiplm, E. Hill, C. Lisuwii, l.. lsligggciilwtrmiii, N, Su 4, .
lili D Rohiiisoii, B.
THLRD ROW: L.llaiisei1, B. McNeal, C. Ywurglcr, C. Sig-ii.iiii, 5. Alaiirfcld, N. Kubicclx. SECO.
ROWg Miss Larson, S. LaQuettc, B. fxlarsliall, N. Robiiisoiz, R. Beizda, C. Nutz, P. McClure. FRONT
ROW: N. Forrester, M. Yoliiigiiiaii, M. Sires, H, Friiilx, C. Cooper, J. Lciili
President . . .Sharon Mohrfeld
Vice-President . Danny Robinson
Secretary-Treasurer. Eva Lea Hill
This year we hada very nice attendance at all ofthe meetings. The
main event this year was when the club took aone-act play "Riders of
the Sea" to Iowa City. Some of the members also entered into a speech
contest. Throughout the year the club gave parties and dinners.
Sponsored by DENNY'S SHOE STORE
B.-XCR ROW: H. Frinll, N. Kulvicck, D. Zimmer, D. Robinson, li. Daxis, li. Smuli, E. Hill, D.
Polka. FRONT ROW: Xl. Sires, Miss Larson, L. Hansen, S. Lxlgliiettu, S, Ixiixirfcld.
This is the third very successful year for those participating in speech activities.
A number of students entered the Pre-District Speech Contest held at Tama Feb-
ruary I5. Schools represented in this contest were: Toledo, Traer, and Tama. Winners
of this contest went on to participate inthe District contest. The following gave readings
at the Pre-District Contest:
Sharon LaQuette Humorous
Zona Hansen Interpretative Reading
Marilyn Sires Dramatic Declamation and
Donna Polka Interpretative Reading
Sharon Morhfeld Interpretative Reading
Ben Davis Oratory
Tama High also entered a One-Act Play, "Riders To The Sea, " in the contest.Those
participating were: Eva Lea Hill, Sharon LaQuette, Danny Robinson, Zona Hansen,
Dick Zimmer, Mary Lou Youngman, Ben Davis, Neola Kubicelc, and Helen Frink.
Sponsored by WILLETT 8. WILLETT
STANDING L FCISCT Mr G
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R Coe L Clark R S aw
Tom Mclntnre President
r Groff Sponsor
The Photography Club was organuzed rn the fall of l948 by Mr Morris
The members have been taught the rlght way to use their cameras and how to develop
and prmt therr own prctures
The present Photography Club has sux members and us under the sponsorshnp of Mr Groff
The club plans to burld an enlarger thus year
Sponsored by TAMA HATC HERY
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Katue Doran Presudent
Vuce Presudent Joan Parlcs
Secretary Bev Vavra
Treasurer Dorothy Hanus
Among the many clubs un T H S ustheG A A whuch standsfor the Gurls Athletuc As
All gurls unterested unathletucs mayuounthus club We usually have tournaments un soccer
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e a e ave an actuvuty nught when we play basketball badmunton and volley
Tama Hugh s tumblung and rope lumpung teams come from the G A A
evera tumes durung the year the gurlsgoswummung at theY W C A pool un Marshall
Food us also an unterestung subuect to the l
gur s so we usually have a few covered dush
Thus club us under the sponsorshup of Muss Celeste Hoover
Sponsored by TAMA FLYING SERVICE
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The F H A was orgomzed to help Hugh School gurls learn Homemalcmg ln a way that
wull help to prepare them for the future Under the sponsorshnp of Mnss Loss Hnlleman,
thus group has managed to do this very well
Sponsored by TAMA NEWS STAND
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We would like at this time to show appreciation to the
Service Groups of Tama High School. They are the Office
Staff who help Mr. Thorp keep the office running smoothly
and the Librarians, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Loclwick,
who give their free time so that we may have the opportunity
to use the Library.
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Mrs Warner Reed
Mrss Hetue Breckenrrdge
Mary Perkrns McComb
John Per lrollo if
Zona Han gn
The Bishop's Mant
Johnson based on the novel of the same name by Agnes
Slrgh Turnbull, was presented on November l7, by the Junior
Class of l950, under the direction of Miss Alysio Larson
"The Bishop's Mantle" is full of problems big and little
from the moment Hilary, the new rector, walks into the
study of St. Matthews' church. Lex, whom Hilary loves, is
afraid to be the wife of a clergyman. To cap it all Hilary
becomes interested in the poverty stricken tenement area
which surrounds the church. The fashionable congregation
refuses to do anything about this situation which is very
puzzling to Hilary. As the play progresses, we see that
Hilary stands firm in the struggle For his ideals and the
woman he loves.
Sponsored by--TAMA NEWS-HERA LD
Everyone usanxuous for Homecomung and the l95O Homecom
:ng was well worth wauttng for The Student Senate provuded a
fnne show and helped bunld up the spnrut of the players who had a
tough game wnth Marengo The entnre student body led by the
band marched down the mann street of Tama and had a pep rally
That night we went on to victory over Marengo
Etght happy people were chosen by thetr classmates to be
honored as Kung and Queen and attendants They were Katie
Doran and Don Inman who were Kung and Queen Marcella Rnha
and Bob Formanek Junlor Class Attendants Sharon LaQuette and
Lyle Feasel Sophomore Class Attendants and Louise Clark and
Norman Gibson Freshman Class Attendants
THE BEE HIVE
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Freshmen Initiation. Football game--Cedar Falls
State Teachers'. Senior Party.
Al Bell Assembly
No Schooll Teachers Institute at Marshalltown
Assembly--Hollywood Guild Theatre
Football--Belle Plaine, here
Marching Band Contest at Vinton--Got a firstl
Music Auditions at Iowa City IAII Statel
Band Boosters Carnival
Nine Weeks exams
Lions' Club Minstrel Show
Lions' Club Football Banquet
Junior Class Play--"The Bishops' Mantle"
Assembly--Kilties from Iowa U.
Mothers sponsor banquet for Football squad
Wrestling--McKinley at Cedar Rapids
Assembly--Bennett lectures on Lincoln
Basketbal l --Brooklyn
Basketbal l --G ladbrook
P.T.A. Christmas Operetta . Wrestling Meet--
Basketball--Marengo. Sophomore Party
F . H.A. Christmas Party
Basketbal l--D insdale
Christmas Program for the High School
Basketball--Roosevelt of Cedar Rapids
Back to school againl
Basketbal l --Montezuma
Freshman Skating Party
County Basketball Tournament--Tama wins
Baske tbal l --Marengo
Basketbal I --Brooklyn
Basketbal I --Toledo
District Wrestling Meet
Boys Sectional Tournament. Tama won championship
Americanism Day--Band Concert and Legion Speaker
"Tomahawk T.V. "
Parkinson Assembly. Junior Party
Boys District Basketball Tournament at Cedar Falls
Pre-District Speech Contest at Waterloo
Assembly--Jon Hollander, speaker
Track--Iowa A.A.U. at Drake
Nine Weeks Tests
Juniors take Aptitude Tests at Toledo
Vocal Music Cinic
Good Friday Vacation begins at noon.
Seniors go to Des Moines
District Speech Contest--Dubuque
Iowa Play Festival--Iowa City
Preliminary Music Contest for small groups--Reinbeck
Forensic Contest--Iowa City
Iuka Senior Assembly
Concert by Mason City Music Groups
Track relays--Cedar Falls
State Music Contest finals for small groups--Grinnell
Junior Senior Prom. Baseball Sectional Tournament
Baseball Sectional Tournament
Track--Little Cyclone Relays-Ames
State Music Contest--Oskaloosa
Baseball District Tournament
School 's out
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TIMMS PHILLIPS 66
Mr Granger Mr Soucek
Iuka Editors On Parade
Central Frbre Products Co
Iowa Wood Preserving Co
l.H. Neil Creamerg Co.
Hnghest Cash Prnces for
Cream Eggs Poultry
Phone 388 Tanna
Enrnght Schroeder Post 73
Marshall s Cafe
Spark s Cafe
F M Wrlklnson Slnclalr Station
Whute Swan Cafe
Booth s Standard Servlce
Booth and Hodlna Standard Agents
Shady Lawn Cabnns
Arnerucan Legion Aux
L T Flsher
Peters Shoe Store
Hall s Grocery
Kung Tower Cafe
We wish to use thus space to express our sincere thanks for
the support given us by these merchants
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lt would be ungracaous to amlt an expresslan of my snncere appre
caatlon to all who helped In the productuon of the l95I IUKA
F 1 rst for the fnne support glven me by MISS MARGARET FIELD
and all other members of the faculty I am very grateful
The invaluable assistance of my two Assocuate Edntors EVELYN
SUCHANEK and SHIRLEY JOHNSON wall never be fully realuzed
although Ioffer them my sincere thanks for theur many hours of effort
To MR SCHROEDER and MR CORY our Photographers who took
the class plctures and to ROGER CCE and TOM MCINTIRE our school
photographers who took the snapshots at the games and varrous actuvn
tres my suncere apprecuatlon ns guven
To all the STUDENTS and the IUKA STAFF who cor uted photo
graphs artecles and other maternal for the book you are deserving of
We must not forget to mentuon the many hours of hard work done
by our Busuness Manager JOHN PENHOLLOW and hrs ASSISTANTS
who collected advertisements for the IUKA Wuthout the support of these
merchants the present volume would have been :mpossable I only hope
that all of you wall apprecuate and cherlsh the 1951 IUKA when xt rs
made avanlable to you
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KUKA just os the ctoss ot T951 posses out unto
the world you the next yeor s sennors wth
ossume the some responsnbnhtues thot we dad
an the tot! of 1950
Tame wonts tor no mon Many ot the stu
dents who had storted to pton theur coreers un
the Felt ot X947 WM not be cable to to w
these ptons due to the worldsutuotnon But we
the stott feel sure thot wnth the hond of GOD
guudung thern Qos HE had gumded us dunng thus
pubhcotuonj they wth an tume be obte totoltow
then chosen vocotnons.
Moy the nnennornes of our schoot doys otwoys
hnger wuth us.
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