Thompson High School - Cub Yearbook (Thompson, IA)

 - Class of 1959

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Johanson ' ' We wish to express slncere thanks to the generous Sponsors of our Annual Dr Carroll Block Bravick's Grocery Lester Charlson Ellefson's Well Supplies Enderland's Garage Farmer's Co op Elevator Farmer's Lumber Company Marlin Fisher D X Products Forest City Co op O11 Company Dr Fredericks Green's Statlon Marlon Hagenson Java Center Jensen Stores Larson Hardware Forest City Chamber of Commerce Honken Livestock Bowen Food Center Cy Thompson Clothlng Nllls Theatre Harry's Lanes Larry's Clothlng Stensrud Drugs Unlon Grocery Clear Lake Bakery Lockrem Hardware Jess Lytle Clark Mechem Implement Norstrud Stockyards People's State Bank G A Robinson R Son Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Co op Creamery Assn Food Center Insurance Agency Produce Ready Mix Yards Turgasen's Sundrles Tinderholt's Ph1llips V1c's Servlce Station Wlnnebago R E A John Sexton A Company G A H Motors Josten's 6 Decker Athletlc Supply Co Dwlght Houff bportlng Goods Floyd R Leonard Auto El6CCFlC Harker's Wholesale Meat Goodyear Service Store Iowa Brokenage Company Myer Cox Company Russell's Studlo And this is where the kiddies Plas' + "' .a-sr,-gwug.. K I N D E R G A R T E N TOP ROW J Lillebo, R Olson, M Michaelson, B Swearingen, G Hartmann, S Harr, P Helgren, R Kinder, R Wyborny MIDDLE ROW G Farland, B Underbakke, D Langfald, P Engebretson, J Flogstad, C Anderson BOTTOM ROW D Scott, C Nelson, Miss Freeseman, E Nesje, D Steenhard ABSENT R Eggum TOP ROW D Hanna, D Knabel, D Folkerts, J Enderland, G Pierce, C Brackey, G Larson, S Thorland, M Brown, V Thorland, B Johnson MIDDLE ROW J Wirth, C Bravick, N Johnson, D Popp D Linde, J Lain, J Branstad, J Peterson BOTTOM ROW B Gossman, Miss Freeseman, G Berhow ABSENT E Halvorson K I N D E R G A R T E N A TOP ROW K Badje, R Johnson, Y Hauan, F Nelson, R Brock, D Erickson, D Oppedal MIDDLE ROW M Harding, D Engebretson, S Mattison, G Langfald, H Steenhard, D Wirth BOTTOM ROW D Lein, Mrs Tjaden, C Lura ABSENT D Langfald TOP ROW R Herr, J Earnest, R Scott, D Aukes, F Hughes, S Johnson, R Olson, M Skogan MIDDLE ROW S Bell, D Mathews, N Cyphers, G Nelson, D Gossman, S Helgren BOTTON ROW J Liverca, Miss McDonald, F Florence F I R S T G R D E F I R S T G R A D E O A Q99 TOP ROW M Mattison, D Norstrud, D Norstrud, D Ostrander, G Lemme, K Sill, D Willert, C Wyborny, S Nelson MIDDLE ROW Miss Gjertson, T Olsen, T Thompson, D Miller, C Wessels, L Reines, L Todd, J Underbakke BOTTOM ROW W Tollagson, A Roper, D Peterson, J Widen, R Carson, M Popp ABSENT R Moklestad C A TOP ROW: N. Enderland, R. Elwood, T. Eggum, E. Christianson, R. Carson, M. Braun, W. Brackey, S. Anderson, D. Graber. MIDDLE ROW: P. Gustafson, S. Swenson, J. Noftsgar, M. Larson, M. Keil, D. Johnson, D. Hartwell, J. Harlson. BOTTOM RO : B. Farland, D. Fredericks, B. Halvorson, K. Friesenborg, L. Anderson, J. Branstad, T. Erickson, Miss Bartik. T H I R D G R A D E , . . . 4.,....id' TOP ROW G McGrath, D Johnson, F Frazier, D bteenhard, L Thorland, J Flogstad, C Peterson, C Divan, P Nordskog, J Anderson MIDDLE ROW R Lehman, M Hamlin, K Garver, V Folkerts, P Michaelson, W Anderson, M Anderson, L Trostheim BOTTOM ROW K Molloy, S Aukes, K Hoeft, Mrs Lackore, R Hagenson, T Klemesrud ABSENT N Nelson TOP ROW B Underbakke, J Larson, M Tlnderholt, S Osmundson, E Wlden C W1den, P Miller MIDDLE ROW A Hagenson, J hathews, B Cyphers, W Alphs, M Smlth, H Rockwell, K Knabel, T Anderson BOTTOM ROW R Horswell, D Senne, Mrs Norman, D Moen, A Slme ABSENT H Harr T H I R D A N D F O U R T H G R A D E o V. ., I N 9 . 0 . : o . Q F O U R T H G R A D E TOP ROW 5 Mitchell, D Engerbretson, L Piersol, G Kral, L D1van, S Flo, K Norman, C Fisher, J Enderland, G Nelson MIDDLE ROW T Brock, R Urban, C Osheim, J Brackey, D Johnson, P Hlll, D Adams, J Larson, Mrs Stenzel BOTTO ROW M Brown, B Curley, G Scherb, L Pierce, G Aske F I F R A Johanson, V Llverce, J Knabel, K Willert, B Peterson MIDDLE ROW G Cyphers, B Turgasen, K Harkness, J Boeckholt, B Farland, L Michaelson, D Horswell, D Davidson, G Folkerts E Curley BOTTOM ROW Mlss Steenhard, L Kinder, P Robinson, G Shropshire, K Todd, K Helland, D Nesje, R Kell, R Mattison, F Wirth, J Badge ABSENT L Molloy 7 T H G D E TOP ROW: D. Appelhons, L. Knutson, K. Harr, S. Swenson, S. F G R A TOP ROW T Nolton, D Hagenson, J Ostrander, M Engebretson, L Schnebly, J Thorland, J Turgasen, J Lockrem, M Scherb, B Bear MIDDLE ROW M Brown, R Harr, W Hartwell, D Larsen, D Solberg, C Lehman, C Kleme rud, R Harlson BOTTOM ROW K btecker, D Adams, W Nyguard, K Norstrud, Mrs Mattison, L Lee, J Lillebo, H Ryerson, D Dahle S I X T G R A TOP ROW L Johnson, B Robinson, M Oshelm, S Nordskog, D ROSSlt6F, J Harlson, C Burke, R Eggum, A Anderson, D Swearingen MIDDLE ROW Mrs Belville, M Rockwell, L Klnder, N Johnson, K Johnson, J Aske, M Gustafson, P Christensen, D Sandell, R Lee, J Erickson BOTTOM ROW B Anderson, W Clark, J McGrath, V Ellingson, D Friesenborg, R Halverson, W Shropshire, R Furst, J Brackey ABSENT G Anderson F I T H A N D S I X T H D E H D E V E N T G R A TOP ROW M Anderson, R Nesje, R Anderson, R Dietz, D Appelhons, D Anderson, D Harding, S Hanan MIDDLE ROW S Alphs, V Ellingson, V Ellingson, D Folkerts, D Senne, C Hacker, J Green, M Houg BOTTOM ROW M Dahl, K Hamlin, Mr Solomonson, S Gustafson, G Aukes S E V E N T H G R A TOP ROV! M. Morgan, I. Wentworth, D. Mattison, I. Oppedal, Hrs. Hartwell E. Smith, J. Thorland, D. Villert, B. Holstad MIDDLE ROV: 5. Osmundaon, M. Molloy, D. Shropshire, S. Jeffries S. Holland, L. Thoreon, W. Knabel, L. Stenberg. BOTTCB4 REM: c. nannusen, o. Lon, E. Olson, c. Reine., R. Hughes, P. Tollagson. E I G H T H G R A D E - A TOP ROW K Bear, G Garver, L Vrieze, D Johanson, D Hacker, G Brandt, B Plersol, G Lockrem MIDDLE ROW W Rockwell, B Flo, L Leegaard, D Flatrud, G Brandt, G Anderson, G Smlth BOTTOM ROW S Lee, G Ostrander, Mr Russell, A Bebo, S Lowe A D E TOP ROW R Lovik, F Willert, B Retland, M McGrath, E Lowe, B Holstad, S Curley BIDDLE POW M Mathews, K Ohsberg, L Oppedal, E Lillebo, D Sandell, B Cooley, P T1nderholt BOTTOM ROW A Peterson, S Olsen, Mrs James, S Pierce, L Sime I TOP ROW S Lowe, D Folkerts, G Ostrander, S Hauan, A Bebo, M Mathews MIDDLE ROW E Smlth, manager, J Houg, L Slme, L Stenberg, E Olson, O Lowe, J Green, manager, Mr Russell BOTTOM ROW L Oppedal, K Ohsberg, D Flatrud, TOP ROW Mr Russell, I Oppedal, D Willert, B Cooley, K Wentworth, S Jeffries, D Senne, R Dietz MIDDLE ROM S Gustafson, D Hacker, F Wlllert, D Sandell, G Anderson, W Rockwell, G Smlth, W Knabel BOTTOM ROW A Peterson, K Bear, L Vrieze, D Johanson, M McGrath, R Lovik, G Lockrem J U N I O R H I G H A C T I V I T E S B. Flo, G. Drandt, S. Lee. ' 0 . D E Sharon Barbara Dlana LaVonne Gesche E R T O W I Presented by Grades and Junlor High SNOW WHITE and the SFVFN DWARFS THE ROYAL COURT and NIBBLES AND NUTTY B E G I N N E R S B A N D TOP ROW M Molloy G Kral, W Shropshire, S Flo, D Davidson, R Keil, Hagenson, B Bear, R Harlson, C Fisher, G Scherb MIDDLE ROW E Lillebo, P Hill, L Piersol, L Divan, S Mitchell, S Lee FRONT CENTER Mr Todd N B A CLARINETS First row J Second row S Alphs, B Third row J Boeckholt, BELL LYRE S Osmundson, Appelhons, G Lockrem, W B Turgasen, G Cyphers J Turgusen OBOE V Li Harlson, A Anderson, B Anderson, Flo, C Reines, D Mattison, G Aukes D Horsewell, D Larson, J McGrath M Gustafson PERCUSSION D Knable, K Norstrud, D Davidson, CORNETS S Swenson, J Ostrander, verca FLUTES S Mitchell, J Thorland, J Thorland, C Burke BARITONES S Johanson, S Lee TROMBONES H Ryerson, K Anderson FRENCH HORN K Hamlin . : 60. .0 . 0 : Ju Ion ND l 111 f 117 K ' Y, M71 A f vS:,', xxx X Y YI o if ' . I Wie? Q 1f:',f , x xi E-'W'f ' K K M ,wi qt. X Kg gtg ki, V, FRESHMEN: 'Youth are the salad days - green.' TOP ROW K Wlrth, J Ostrander, P Wyborny, J Haag, C Frisenborg, S Larson, D Lura, J Wentworth, D Danger, R Retland MIDDLE ROW K Christensen, H Grunhovd, M Holstad, E Johnson, J Smith, D Hughes, P Amburger BOTTOM ROW C Nordskog, D Adams, G Hanna, I Aske, B Deltz, S Tollagson, M Ellingson, J Nesje C Hauan, J Curley SOPHMORES NGreat oaks from llttle acorns grow W D Schnebly, L Stohr, A Olson, K Lockrem, D Wessels, A Clark MIDDLF ROW C Hlll, D Nolton, H Gossman, C Halverson, G Lubben, S Anderson, L Mathews, J Eggum, J Lee, M bmlth, M Fure BOTTGN ROW R Wessels, D Larson P Burke, B Goranson, V Helland, K Wyborny, P Burke, D Green, P Nyguard, M Olsen I I , 0 C 0 TOP ROW: K. Christenson, G. Scherb, L. Anderson, G. Oppedal, O x . O I 1 : . U . U . , JUNIORS: 'How pleasant it is to have money.n BACK ROW L Christenson, E Thorland, D Lodin, P Norstrud, A, Mitchell, R Sandell, R Robinson, D Adams, P Brandt THIRD ROW I Olsen, R Casler, C Austin, L Cooley, W Sill, V Wyborny, W Wirth, L Pech, L Flo, E Houg SECOND ROW M Eggum, P Rockwell, L Bebo, S Johnson, G Smith, M Ostrander, L Sime, L Wlpplinger, D Hoeft, M Fisher BOTTOM ROW H Deitz, M Anderson, M Slmonson, R Pierce, J Wyborny, L Hestness, S Ellingson, G Curley BACK ROW JUNIORS Alan Mltchell, Presldent, Marlanne Anderson, Vice President, Larry Sime, Secretary, Wlnlfred Sill, Treasurer MIDDLE ROW SOPHMORES Betty Goranson, President, Larry Stohr, Vice Presldent, MaDonna Fure, Secretary, Merle Olsen, Treasurer BOTTCX ROW FRESHMEN Esther Johnson, Presldent, Janlce Smlth, V1ce President, Doug Danger, Secretary, Jerome Haag, Treasurer f 1. AQ, , fa QE nl C L A S S O F F I C E R S W . X W kr ANNUAL STAFF BIG WHEEL Sharon Lura Editor! TTLE WHEEL Asst Editor! PEWRITER THUMPER Typist! OODLER .Art Editor! ABY SITTER 1Grade Editor! OS OS G SIP MONGER Society Editor! ,Asst Society Editor! SINESS BARGAINER Business Editor! v AN SHARK . fAsst Business Editor! TR ID IRON GAZER Sports Editor! HLETIC AVID Sports Editor! ASHBULB FLASHER r ,Photographer! S AW BOSS 1Advisor! Lois Flo Franclle Retland Kathy Schnebly Delores Lehman Rosalee Parro Keith Bear Rodney Thorland .Pat Solberg Dave Olson Alan Mitchell Mr Lind 'L I I . . LI 0 9 Q 5 . 1 . TY 0 0 g . 1 D 0 0 0 0 9 q Y B . . . . 'Y I I I O O O I Gr SIP GRABBER. . . . . . . . . Betty Goranson BU O O l O I 1 LO I I O O l O I O I 1 . GR ' o 0 0 0 0 1 AT O C O I O 1 FL O O O I C 1 9 0 0 0 Q Han your hats now, peoolel g on to CLASS PRESIDENT Gary Gunderson 'Gundy' 'He is small, so is a stick of dynamite W CLASS VICE PRESIDENT Douglas Wentworth Doug 10' g"5 er 23 'Great men are dying every day, and I feel sick CLASS SECRETARY Darrell Pierce 'PierceW can't get up with the sun, because I stay out too late with the daughter CLASS TREASURER Davld Olson WDave 43" 'He 15 stately, young, and tall, dreaded in battle, loved in the hall W Daryl Adams W ou can tell h1m by the no1se he doesn't make H Marlene Anderson Mar 'May she never change except lh name ' N Sa' W rv '2 , 5 nCharlie' rf- .1 K, .I Y . . IV N U Mary Anderson 75' f, 'Modesty and quietness becomes a woman.' Norris Anderson orrlen woman's like a box of snuff, one Snlff and that's enough" Paul Anderson aulie' IVV! nquieg guys are surprising" Arlo Aske Aske -6 v JV only want a buddy, not a sweethear ' Keith Bear 'Hubie "Tis he that wears a quiet look, but don't Judge the cover of the book W William Doyle 'W1l1y '49 H , Y 'W-'T' 4: 0,5 'What I want to get out of school most is me.' ll Martin Furst 'Marty' Y ry Wk If KJ , 5, 7, , 'K nxjf 1, 'Don't recite too loudg I'm sleepy.' Judith Garver udy' K enerally speaking, she's generally speaking ' Ronald Green opher' ,l 'His favorite fruit combination date with a peach ' 'J sf' 'G 'G . 1 .1 - ...1 !l,a : A Karen Johnson Johnny' C1 'why hurry to school' It w1ll b here when I arrlve ' Sharon Yelster Jerse WI was a glrl scout untll I was slxteen en I became a boy scout W Irving Larson nGooseyN nlf at first you don't succeed, give up.' Carroll Larson Lars y motto in this world of strife is Delores Lehman Dede very peppy girl is she, and just as nice as she can be ' Beverly Lockrem 'Bev 'She's the best in all the land, and will always lend a helping hand ' N N NM 2 Get a big kick out of life.' I1 W 'A I1 Kay Lockrem 'Her Heart is like the moon - there is always a man on it.' Sharon Lura HSUSIGN 'Q WHer eyes speak when her ips do not Norma Nesje orm 'Silence is a great art of conversation ' Erlyn Olsen WRhinoN --5 N eady for a good time, a 1 the tlme Roger Olsen YI worry 112216, study less, that's my dea of happ1ness N Harlan Olson NHarleyN nAn 1nnocent face but you never can tell ' O A R 1 ' . n Rogn u' ' ' - i ' - Rosalee Parro Rosy She s entle and shy, but there's m1schief in her eye Gary Peterson Pete gif I 'I believe in work, but I'm not in favor of it ' Francile Retland Fran 'A ring on the finger is worth two on the phone ' Q AL n n k F . . l I Xi . ' 4 A N U g . . ,, II W I, Q N H Kathryn Schnebly 'Skitchy' 'You'll never suppose it but I'm not naturally bashful.N Wayne Smith mitty' 'I know alot but I Just can't think of it right now Patricia Solberg Pat 'Brown hair, blue eyes, attracts her to many guys ' A Linda Tinderholt 'I can live without poetry, muslc, and walking, but who in the world can live without talking7' Rodney Thorland WThorlie' V' thinking's his diet Darlene Vrleze Dar 'High school days have their delights, but they don't compare with high school nights ' K... 'He's friendly, he's quiet. Hard W y V n n A ACTIVITIES ADAMS, DARYL BBAR, KLITH lCon't Track Mixed Chorus March1ng Band ANDERSON, MARLENE Girls Basketball Glrls Glee Club Mlxed Chorus Band Magorette Cub staff l Act Plays HOm9COm1Ug Attendant Class Off1C6T Cub Staff Off1C6T Cheerleader ANDERSON, MARY G1rls Ba ketball Letterman's Club Glrls Glee Club Mlxed Chorus Marchlng Band Concert Band Pep Band Cub Staff Pep Club Debate l Act Plays HOmeCOm1Hg Attendant Class Offlcer Band Off1C6F ANDERSON, NORRIS Boys Basketball Baseball ANDERSON, PAUL Boys Basketball Football Baseball Letterman's Club F F A ASKE, ARLO Boys Basketball Baseball Football Letterman's Club Class Officer BEAR, KEITH Boys Basketball Baseball Letterman's Club M1xed Chorus Boys Glee Club Marchlng Band Concert Band Pep Band Instrunental Solo Clarlnet Quartet Plano Solo Cub staff Class Plays Class Offlcer Annual btaff student Band Dlrector Band Off1C9F Cub Staff Off1C6F F DLYLF, WILLIAM Track Football BlX6d Chorus Boys Glee Club Vocal Solo Vocal Quartette F F A FUHST, MARTIN Boys Glee Club F F A Offlcer GARVPR, JUDITH Mlxed Chorus Glrls Glee Club Cub Staff Pep Club Class Offlcer GREEN, RCNALD Boys Basketball Ba eball Track Football Letterman's Club l1X6d Chorus Boys Glee Club GUNDERBCN, CARY Boys Basketball Baseball Track Letterman's Clu Mixed Chorus Boys Glee Club Class Plays F JOHNSON, KAREN Glrls Basketball Girls Glee Club , A 4- O, 3 l A ' l 2 - 1 l 2 ' . 1 3 . .. 3 w ' l 2 3 A U ' l 2 3 L ' . - 2 3 A Q . . 1 A ' 1 F. .A. 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' ' 1 2 3 A T 2 3 A A b 3 A T - ' I 3 , ' 1 2 G' oLsoN, DAVID fcon'ny Boys Glee Club Class Plays F F A Class Officer Annual Staff Double Mlxed Quartet Baseball Manager PARRO, ROSALER Girls Basketball Girls Glee Club Mixed Chorus Cub Staff Pep Club Debate Annual Staff Librarian PETERSON GARY Boys Biskenball Baseball Football Manager PIERCE, DARRELL Boys Basketball Baseball Football Letterman's Club 1 Act Plays Class Officer RETIAND, FRANCILE G1rls Glee Club Mixed Chorus Cub Staff Pep Club Annual Staff Cub Staff Officer Basketball Manager P1830 Solo L1brar1an Boys Glee Accompanist SCHNEBLY, KATHRYN G1rls Basketball Girls Glee Club Marching Band Concert Band Pep Band Brass Choir Cub Staff Cub Staff Officer Pep Club Annual Staff Freethrow Contestant SOLBERG, PATRICIA Girls Basketball P O P-3 I-O 4 O-'I '-3 I'-4 L11 U3 O O Z P3 I-I Z C! 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I e Q e e 0 3 WENTWORTH, DOUGLAS Boys Basketball 1 2 Baseball Football Mixed Chorus Boys Glee Club Class Plays F F A Class Officer Annual Staff HISTORY On September l l9L7, twenty little first graders walked into the Thompson Elementary School, where twelve years of education lay before them They were Norris Anderson, Paul Anderson, Boyd Lee Ayers, Louis Beckfield, Bonnie Bergstad, Wayne Escherich, Kenneth Harkness, Marilyn Helland, Karen Johnson, Sharon Keister, Delores Lehman, Beverly Lockrem, Robert Lura, Sharon Lura, Alan loser, Harlan Olson, Gary Peterson, Rodney Thorland, Linda Tinderholt, and Lynn Wilson The years passed quickly and soon we had completed eight years of grade school On May 19, 1955, twenty nine happy eighth graders received their diplomas They were Daryl Adams, Mary Anderson, Norris Anderson, Paul Anderson, Keith Bear, R1chard Chance, William Doyle, Martin Furst, Ronald Green, Gary Gunderson Kenneth Harkness, Karen Johnson, Sharon Keister, Kay Lockrem Carroll Larson, Delores Lehman, Beverly Lockrem, Sharon Lura Roger Olsen, Harlan Olson, Rosalee Parro, Gary Peterson, Franc1le Retland, Kathryn Schnebly, Rodney Thorland, Linda Tinderholt, Darlene Vrieze, Duane Vrieze, and Douglas Wentworth Our class motto was 'Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm Our class flower was the yellow rose and silver and rose were our co ors On a sunny August 29, 1955, thirty nine new students entered the time of our eighth grade graduation, we gained the following as new classmates Marlene Anderson, Arlo Aske, Robert Gunderson Roger Johnson Sharon Jordahl, Merlene Lee, Norma Nesje, David Olson, Darrel Pierce, and Patricia Solberg Durlng the second semester, we gained Wayne Smith and lost Duane Vrieze Perhaps one of the most unusual experiences we engoyed was the week when the boys took Home Ec and the glrls majored in Voc Ag This proved to be a hilarious switch' Other highlights of our Fresh men year were our class trip to Albert Lea and our party given for the Sophmores The time marched onward and soon we were no longer green freshmen but sophisticated sophmores During this year we lost Kenneth Harkness The highlights of our year 1956 1957 were our all school party, the 'Bunny Hop' given by us and our participation as waiters and waitresses for the Junior Senior Banquet Our Junior year flew by more qulckly than our two previous high school years We were no longer underclassmen and were busier than ever During this year we lost Richard Chance, Merlene Lee and Sharon Jordahl We gained Judy Garver and Irving Larson We were busy earning money for the Junior Senior Banquet which was given May 10 Our theme of this banquet was 'Sayonara' and our gym was converted into a lovely Japanese Garden 'Just Ducky', our Junior Class Play, was presented in October and included 12 members of the Junior Class. During the summer following our Junior year we lost Robert Gunderson and Roger Johnson On August 27, 1958, we entered T H S to complete our last year of high school. Wh were even busier this year and the time went by twice es fest Events of our Senior year included our day spent at Mason City while having our Senior pictures taken, our pancake supper, our field trip to Josten's at Owatonna, the Senior Class play and attending, as honored guests, the Junior Senior Banquet at the Skyline. Now we face graduation Those on the graduatlng honor roll are Daryl Adams, Marlene Anderson Mary Anderson, Norris Anderson, Paul Anderson, Arlo Aske, Keith Bear, William Doyle, Martin Furst, Judy Garver, Ronald Green, Gary Gunderson, Karen Johnson, Sharon Keister, Irving Larson, Leslie Carroll Larson, Delores Lehman, Beverly Lockrem, Kay Lockrem Sharon Lura, Norma Nesje, Roger Olsen, Erlyn Olsen, David Olson, Harlan Olson, Rosalee Parro, Gary Peterson, Darrell Pierce, Francile Retland, Kathryn Schnebly, Patricia Solberg, Wayne Smith, Rodney Thorland, Linda Tinderholt, Darlene Vrieze, and Douglas Wentworth We face graduation with sadness in our hearts Many times we have been told that our high school days are the best days in our lives and at last we realize this We, Seniors, have experienced many thrills both in our high school and grade school days. However, I believe our biggest thrill for all of us came yesterday when our Cube' defeated East Waterloo in the finals of sub state play Daryl Adams Marlene Anderson Mary Anderson Norris Anderson Paul Anderson Arlo Aske Keith Bear William Doyle Judy Garver Ronald Green Gary Gunderson Karen Johnson Sharon Keister Carroll Larson Irving Larson Delores Lehman Beverly Lockrem Kay Lockrem Sharon Lura lorma Nesje Erlyn Oleen HOW WE KNOW THEM his her her his his h s his the her h s his her her h s h1s her her her her her by his motorcycle long auburn hair quiet manner blushing shyness with girls famous way of handling a r piano playing ability jokes he tells friendly smile 'bright com ents' shiny black Ford convertible ability to get to school at 8 39s gum cracking desire for speed nlckname 'Goosey' abillty to hold a men quick temper cheerleading ability hurried walk red hair jolly disposition z I 1 by by by by by by i ca by by Martin Furst by his Nash Rambler by by 1 by by 1 by by i by . . by ' by by by by Roger Olsen David Olson Harlan Olson Rosalee Parro Gary Peterson Darrell Pierce Francile Retland Kathy bchnebly Wayne bmlth Pat Solberg Rodney Thorland L1nda Tinderholt h1s his his her h1s his her her h1s continuous study1ng new cars every year quietness pleasing personallty archery ab1lity faithfulness to one interest ln B C alumni 8Pt1SC1C ab1l1ty abllity to keep h1s car 1n the body shop her whispering h1s brain power her large vocabulary Darlene Vrieze her abillty to get along w1th teachers Douglas Wentworth his flirtatious ways CLASS POEM We'd like you to meet the '59 class, Educated and proud we stand, Conceitedly we go our way, As the best class in the land Arlo has no time for girls, He says they're weak like putty I asked him what he really wants He answered, WJust a Buddyl' Gary Peterson has a knack with the bow, We really think he's qu1te good He kills birds and animals too, I'll bet he's the next Robin Hood Willy is the guy w1th the gift of gab, Though he'll never talk behind your back If you're ever behind on the latest news, Just listen to that yakkety yak Gary Gunderson's Ford is l1ke a trusty stead, Well trained and very knowlng. When his arms are elsewhere occupied, The car keeps right on going. Harlan loves to hunt, Harlan loves to fish, But working Physics problems, Is Harlan's favorite dish. Delores could have a future, Wlth Bill as her guide. With happiness and joy, I'm sure they would be supplied. by . . by' by by ' by . . bb' by ' . . , by . . . . , . by . . . . bY by ' . by by . . by Darrell's interests w1ll always l1e Wlth the g1rl he left at Thompson Hig Poor Harriet has one year to go, For them that time will pass too slow Ronnie To see We can He has Green goes south from here, a g1rl he calls Glenice Dear, see lt very plaln, marr1age on the braln Kathy is the artlst among our clan A great palnter some day she will be, You'll see her all day w1th easel 1n h Her job is paintlng houses, you see With his foot on the pedal Martln chases many a lass, They can't run from h1m In his Shlny llttle NASH h and And Franny Retland you will see, Working lh the kltchen busy as a bee She'll mend the socks and wash the clothes, Cause she's marrying Gary, as everyone knows Kay Lockrem, the youngest 1n our clan Has attendlng college as her plan To Augustana she w1ll go And there she w1ll seek a permanent beau Sharon Keister 15 seldom without a date, Though her schoolwork always gets done, She is golng to Iowa State, Where the ratio 1S seven to one Carroll Larson, Narrow and tall, S1ts in the assembly, Wlth h1s feet in the hall Grinn1ng Wayne Smith Smltty for short, Whatever is said, He has a retort Doug 15 the clown among our crowd He always knows just what to say, We don't think he's too loud, We l1ke h1m Just that way Pat became our Homecomlng Queen, In band She can Not all We will When we she keeps the members 1n l1ne truly say as a model teen, parents are as lucky as m1ne always remember Bev th1nk of our high school days, She is full of fun and ambltion, And has many fr1endly ways Karen possessed that envious knack, Of always gett1ng the car Her dad never says no to her, Cause he knows she won't go far Llnda Tinderholt tries everything And she always gets by Because when Mr Holtan catches her, She's thought of an allbi 1 I O l 9 I Q O . i 9 . 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I 3 O 0 O U I O O Marlene's cheerleading ability is great But she'll put that behind to seek a mate She plans to attend ISTC A great teacher she will be Amb1t1on stands for Rod Thorland SC1BDC9 is his passion He also owns some bright red hair You can see he believes in fashion Paul, what are you waitlng for' There's a standlng l1ne of g1rls galore Some are big and some are small, And for you any would fall Roger, out on the farm will stay He'll plant the corn and make the hay He's goodlook1ng and surely has class In baseball he certainly can pass Darlene, we know as a basketball star She's had many a romance, It won't take her long to catch a man Just give her a l1ttle chance Sharon Lura psssesses the bralns ln our class Today she devised a good plan Away w1th classes, books and all Just leave me Rosy and Fran There 15 a young girl named Norma, Who is styllsh as can be She never wears the same clothes twice If you doubt me, Just look and see At that she must have turned a new leaf But she's not talking What's that noise? It's Just the feacher's sigh of relief Norrie Anderson can shoot from any angle CThat's basketball welre talklng about 7 Such abillty very few fellows can cla1m, We can say that wlthout any doubt Mary w1th the dark brown ha1r Makes all the guys stand and stare But someone stole her heart awa And there at Waldorf it will stay Irving Joined us Just last year To make our class complete He's known to most of us as 'Goose And as a play boy can't be beat Daryl Adams, on h1s motorcycle, Is a common sight to see As he goes wh1zz1ng by We all shout, WH1, Charlle W David sheds cars l1ke dlrty shmrts, Nash, Ford, and Chevrolet But who is he to worry' Cause farmers make money like hay Rosalee, so neat and trim, Is always ready for fun She 15 go1ng to be a secretary, And w1ll make a wonderful one D 5 I 9 l Judy Garver sets records for talking, ya I W. Erlyn Olsen A real farm boy, His daddy's delight, His mama's joy. Keith Bear With talent galore, Is a blonde Viking lad, The girls adore. Now as we go our separate ways, Our lives are left to fate. VIe've played the part of Seniors well. Next years class should be as great! Girls' Sextette C L A S S G Dede Sharon Mary Fran Karen Sharon N I H T "2 , mg flag' 'X""' N ,, W,Mh kb ,Qmww lv,.WL,Hw . ' ,! ,L W I ' X, 'Q "W ts, V ,E A -ea. S 1 n ' 3 Q . . ' dl Commencement Exercises Process1onal Invocatlon Rev G W Ohsberg Salutatory Kathy Schnebly Vocal Solo The Hllls of Home Sharon Kelster Address Joseph G Sldak Comptroller of Solar Alrcraft Co Selectlons Mlxed Chorus Oh RGJOICB Ye Chrlstlans Loudly' Valedlctory Rodney Thorland Presentatlon of Class Boyd Holtan Hlgh School Prlnclpal Presentatlon of Dlplomas C E Judd Presldent Board of Educatlon Benedlctlon Rev F E Mastm Recesslonal Class Colors Mmt Green and Copper Class Flower Bronze Mum Class Motto Forward Ever Backward Never' ,ev "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today" lwmpsozz Gonzmwufy lm f THOMPSON IOWA L. L GUSTAFSON Superintendent BOYD D HOLTAN Principal I Z Sc 0 5 LEONARD L. GusTAFsoN. SUPERINTENDENT o O G R A D E S C H 0 O L F A C U L T Y TOP ROW David Solomonson, Corrlne Doden, Alma Tgaden, Lois Stenzel, Marguerlte Freeseman, Marle Ggertson, Ella McDonald, Dale Russell BOTTOM ROW Ruby James, Grace Norman, Thelma Steenhard, Carol BBFEICK, Donna Lacxore, Beverly Hartwell, Anna Belville, Dena Mattlson L TOP ROW Boyd Holtan, Leonard Gustafson, Anley Twedt, Glenn Eichorn, Francis Ward, David Solomonson, Bruce Knowlton BOTTOM ROW Eugene Brady, Charlotte Stenberg, Corrine Doden, Gladys Bradley, George Todd, Darrell Lind 45 Y -1 " kj: 9" 5 jar 3 . ug? f S ay 1- H I G H S C H O O L F A C U T Y " A 'Q x ,f T A ooylo Y 4. www? B I I L ',,A 4 T y T 1. We want to thank our three faithful cooks, Sophia Lura, Edna Slme, and Alma Thomas for the delicious meals they planned and served this year Marilyn Raines, who has been our efficient secretary for six years, has many duties. Among them are keeping records and accounts of all the financial obligations of the students and the school. VITIE That Doug: is just nothing but good He makes more baskets! 95" 072' GIRLS' GLEE gr - - l Q fi BACK ROW G Lubben, P Solberg, S Lura, R Parro, F Retland, S Johnson, L Bebo, M Anderson, J Garver, E Hong, W 5111, K Johnson, S Keister, S Anderson MIDDLE ROW N Nesje, G Smith, V Helland, B Lockrem, C Nordskog, S Ellingson, G Curley, P Burke, M Fisher, K Wyborny BOTTOM RCW Mrs Doden, M Smith, M Fure, D Lehman, L Hestness, P Rockwell, J Curley, S Tollagson, M Ellingson D Adams, J Lee SQS CL 0 15 PX WRJW' ,waxes We MOR M E D C H 0 R U S T E Moomufm, FIRST ROW M Smlth, J Curley, K Christensen, B Lockrem, L Hestness, P Rockwell, S Ellingson, G Curley, J Lee, E Johnson, L Mathews SECOND ROW M Fure, V Helland, S Tollagson, M Ellingson, C Nordskog, D Adams, M Anderson, S Anderson, P Burke, E Houg, R Pierce THIRD ROW D Lehman, N Nesje, G Lubben, P Solberg, S Lura, R Parro, F Retland, L Bebo, J Garver, R Retland, K Johnson, S Keister, W Sill, M Fisher FOURTH ROW G Gunderson, R Green, R Thorland, K Bear, D Olson, A Mitchell, P Norstrud, R Robinson, D Adams, D Adams 72? Pl : . . Q I Q O . O I O O . C O O U : U C I U I C I I C O 0 : 0 C . C I I I . . , O I C 11 Pr UP bv : Q . Q C 'O Q I O O U I 0 I x O C f o Q Q Q Q' O Q I I U : . O l C O l I 0 O I C f l O 0 : I . . D O O U I O . . BAND CLARINETS First row K Bear, S Keister, M Anderson, V Helland Second row D Lehman, D Hughes, J Smith, K Ohsberg Third row J Green, D Senne, S Jeffries SAXOPHONES P Tinderholt, L Sine, L Flo, H, Deitz CU NETS E Lowe, G Smith, K Bear, S Larson, B Deitz, G Brandt, P Burke, J Houg DIRECTOR Mr Todd L Pech, G Lubben FLUTES B Anderson, C Hanan, M Anderson, K Lockrem TENOR SAX S Hauan FRENCH HORN D Harding, C Halverson, J Lee, L Mathews BARITONES K Christensen, M Simonson, E Johnson TROMBONES Piersol, D Johanson BASSES M Fisher, G Hanna, J Ostrander, B Goranson MAJQRETTE J Linda T1nderhO1t Pat Solberg Marlene Anderson PERCUSSION: OS. Gustafson, D: Green, D. Nolton, E. Thorland, Z ' I . O . O . : BO. JN? OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT WASHINGTON February 19, 1959 Dear Mr Todd Although it has been some time since W visit to Fort Dodge, I will not soon forget the special lusical welcome extended to le by the fine bands of the city and surrounding area Your comnunity can be ,justly proud of the talented young people who performed so splendidly under your capable direction, and I should like to thank you and each lenber of your 'band for your part in nking the day a lenorable one for me and all who were assembled on this pleasant occasion With appreciation and best wishes to all of you, Sincerely, Mr George Todd, Director Thompson Drul and Bugle Corps Thompson School Thompson, Iowa V :gl J .' R . O 0 I C Z O P B A BACK R W G Hanna, E Johnson, J Ostrander, K Christenson, B Goranson MIDDLE ROW J Lee, C Halverson, B Piersol, J Houg, S Jeffries, G Lubben, M Fisher V Helland, D Hughes The Pep Band, under the direction of their leader, Mr Todd, proved to be a very active organization, especially during the basketball season when they played during the games Thanks, Pep Band, for your support and showing the fine T H S school spirit P E N D D: Johanson: P. Tinderholt, B. Hauan: FRONT ROW: .G. Brandt, , PEP CLUB FOURTH R W W Sill, L Hestness, M Ostrander, M Ellingson, S Tollagson, J Curley, J Smith, R Retland, B Dietz, C Hauan, I Asks, J Nesje THIRD ROW V Helland, W Wirth, M Fure, D Wessels, A Clark, L Pech, K Christensen, E Johnson, H Grunhovd, M Holstad, G Curley, S Ellingson, E Houg SECOND ROW S Anderson, S Johnson, P Burke, N Nesge, C Halverson, D Hughes, B Lockrem, D Lehman, J Garver, M Fisher, R Pierce, H Dietz FIRST ROW S Lura, K Johnson, D Vrieze, M Anderson, L Tinderholt, S Keister, P Solberg, L Flo, K Schnebly, R Parro, F Retland, B Goranson CHEERLEADERS K Lockrem, M Anderson, M Simonson, L Mathews, M Anderson 'Marlene' 'Marianne Kae I " " Ann' : C Q I O O O O I C O O o 0 3 4 0 o o l . 0 I I O O Q O O : I I' I D I C U U l O O C 0 I : Q O I O Q . U O ' Q l C Q : O O O I I O 2 5 ' L' jim ' 7 W ll 'Q ., -fl , 9' 2614 ' "LaVonne" W' a wk? gn- -fu? r-Y 9 1-34 'fn if' L- Mm .35 T'-7255 .W' 31x43 WI '02H K: , f GIRLS BASKETBALL 9 BACK ROW Mr Twedt, E Johnson, R Pierce, S Anderson, W Sill, S Keister, A Clark, Mr Ward FRONT ROW M Ostrander, M Fure, C0 CAPTAINS Mary Anderson and Darlene Vrieze RECORD Won 9 Lost First and Second Team Combined i L J: Wirth, K. Schnebly, P: Solberg, D. Vriese, R. Anderson, G: Smith : : 9 I X BUYS' BASKETB LL BACK ROW P Nyguard, L Anderson, G Oppedal, R Sandell, D Danger, I Olsen, D Nolton, Mr Ward FRONT ROW K Bear, N Anderson, C Larson, A Olson, P Anderson, G Gunderson, R Olson ABSENT D Wentworth C0 CAPTAINS Norris Anderson and Doug Wentworth Won 13 Lost 12 First and Second Team Combined Q a 0 e 0 0 0 Q O U O . O O Q q e 0 0 . Q n 5 0 - Q Q o s Q , , 1 . 1 H., , " FCOTBALL 1958 1959 FOOTBALL RECORD Buffalo Center 13 Armstrong 50 Titonka Burt Renwick Kanawha Swea City Rake Co Captains Ronald Green and Arlo Aske Most Valuable Player Paul Anderson FIRST STRING BACKFIELD: Ronald Green, Lee Cooley, Phil Brandt, Paul Anderson. LINEMEN: Arlo Aske, Alan Mitchell Craig Austin, Carroll Larson, Paul Norstrud, Ed Thorland, Rodney Thorland, Roger Sandell. ASEB LL BACK ROW D Nolton, C Larson, A Aske, Oppedal, Coach Twedt FRONT ROW I Olsen, K Lockrem, K Christenson, D Danger, R Olsen, P Anderson It was STATE this year for the Thompson Cubs Baseball Team' For the first time in the history of T H S , a team has represented Thompson in the state tournaments We are real proud of our team, and they rank among the top four teams in Iowa!'! We closed the season with an outstanding record of 13 wins and only 2 defeats. D. Wentworth, R. Sandell, N. Anderson, G. OUR HERQES mm... 5 9' i r . Q .1 k ,J r ! 4 DEBATE BACK ROW M Fure, E Johnson, R. Retland, J Smith, J Ostrander. FRONT ROW D Lehman, G Lubben, A Mitchell, S Lura, R Parro Debate Coach Mr Knowlton, not pictured JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Al1x-- ---- Carol ----- Stage Hand Chi ----- -- ---- -- Davy ------ Mac ------- Maudie ---- Mrs. Mason Mr. Mason- Jerry ----- STAG LINE -------Lenora Bebo ----Sharon Johnson ------Darwin Adams Craig Austin --------Lee Cooley -----Alan Mitchell --------Linda Pech -----Winifred Sill ---Ronald Robinson -------Irven Olsen Snoots ------- Richard Casler Smitty -------- Glenice Smith Prompter ------- Merry Fisher Ting --------- Marty Jo Eggum Margaret ---- Ruth Ann Pierce Sylvia -------- Harriet Dietz Elizabeth-Marianne Anderson Julie ----- Mary Ann Simonson Mrs. Smith---Elizabeth Hong Director ------- Mrs. Bradley 'P E3 's : 0 C O I 2 e e e e e ' e e SENIOR CLASS PLAY ADAM'S EVENING Casper Gary Gunderson Rosita Linda Tinderholt Elmer Green Doug Wentworth Mrs Cokes Pat Solberg Dr Fragoni Dave Olson Anna Sharon Keister Adam Keith Bear Gertie Sharon Lura Mr Cokes Rodney Thorland Mrs Bean Kay Lockrem 'I'm Mr Cokes Who in the heck sent me th1s wreath9' A SPECIAL GUEST Contest Play P " , 7"-.V ff?- '1 QI' . 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