Titonka High School - Indian Yearbook (Titonka, IA)

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1947 INDIA OF Buffalo Consolidated Hlgh School 3 'lf G1 ts. his 'QQ Isl Edltor Asst Edltor Busmess Manaqer Asst Busmess Manaqer Advert1s1nq Manager Sports Edltor Musxc Edltor Dramatxcs Ednor Photography Class Hlstory Class Prophecy Class W11l Humor B111 Boyken M ry Alk lly Schut er U fc Downs Ke-mth Stot B111 W rd lena Mae qchmldt Don Norlahd Vvrlkeur Sp C K1 hryn Du Fannte Abba T roy Harnrt nd and Art Bartlett 0 o I , x , A K . , W V v X , X . X If t - ,I ' In 1. S J ix , - J X, 4: .5 'Z x ' ' -5 - x' 1 n sh' 1 I 5 rss I I ! I I I . - ,M 4 . ' Claire Moore '. a . e . ' Mi., j ' ' 'ie' ' ' I ' ' ' a V I .4 , I. J l I ' , " e-tr , tot nmire -e , :.o. BUFFALO TOWNSHIP CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL TITONKA IOWA We the semors of 47 hope that the ensumq pages w1ll m later years brmq fond memorxes to those of us who are st1ll m school and q1ve the publlc a better understandmq of thelr school 2 la I go 'za IQQZ6 f' SITTING Ernest P Hansen Ples Edward Boyken Secletary Mrs C H Downs treasurer Carl F Calhes Peter Beenken STANDING C A Metcalf supermtendent Oscar Norland Georbe Bonacker gclwol goaib I947 XM SITTING Ernest P Hansen, Presldent, Edward Boyken, Sec1eta1y, Mrs C H Downs, secretary, George Bonacker, Oscar Norland STANDING C A Metcalf, supermtendent, C R Krantz, Jerry SchutJer 3 gc O0 L2 0 F Y QI - 1 I LEE ' 4 2 - - I , , ' 9 U 9 G . tl Q . 'P W 'I ffm F91 any g , 3 1 f 1 xy f I I s f ' 5 ' - I ' Li atacu fy BATK RCW Mary Connor Engllsh Mary Oesterrelcher exghth grade Edlth Mllbrandt second grade Ted G VanZandbergen coach and math Norma Abbas thlrd grade Cleo Nelson flfth grade C A Metcalf superlntenderlt FRONT ROW Orpha Allen home economlcs Mary Lee Cole tlfth grade Ruth E1senbacker flrst grade Dorothy Spmdler comrnerc1al Delores Lady slxth grade Came Torgersen seventh grade Elleen Guse rnuslc 4 ' ly ng A 1 . L Nj A 1 ,A 4' ' I A I I 1 1 - 1 1 A I l I I I ' ' A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 3 ,- ICB gemofz Glas IQ 7 Class Colors fusc1a and srlver Class Flower whlte rose Class Motto The best grcparatron for tomorrow IS the r1ght use of today ass Heston, Orr long voyage start d on a brlght morntng rn the fall of l934 when ten pattent passengers boarded the sh1p to satl on for the next twelve years These full tune passtngus were Wtlham Boyken R1chard Downs Kathryn Dunrmr Donald Norland Gene Peterson Arlene Pru1s1nan Mrldred Schutycr W1 our open r Kerth Stott ana lrvtn Welp Our frrst captarn was lVl1ss Koestler When we were ready we satled on to our second port There we had another passenger anxlous to get on board as she was runntng w1ldly onto the tlme takmg on MISS lohnson Then we started to crutse on to our thrrd port There we found a httle glrl who had all the luggage she could carry and had a hard tlme keepmg from falllng Here name was Fannte Abbas A blg husky lad came to her rescue however Hrs name was Kerth Stott who had left us at the second port but declded to come aboard agam l-le was escorted by MISS Vorght who took the helm of our farthful shlp The passengers must have bored the drlvers for we were gettlng new drlvers at every port At port number four we took on a new passenger wlth a southern drawl Maxme Tryon For once we kept the same drlver and went on to our ftfth stop pausrng only long enough to trade Mrss Vo1ght for Mlss Iensen as our new skrpper In a short t1me we were on our way for our s1xth stop At thls place we d1dn t p1ck up any passengers but we d1d brlng aboard two fresh drrvers Mrss Brlnglesor and MISS Kaplnqst We wasted no time Cwell not much anywayl gettlng to our next port of entry When we arrlved by the dock we notrced to our surprrse a happy young couple wa1t1ng to come aboard We also not1ced that the gmrl had prg ta1ls and the boy was very Well dressed When they came aboard and a conver sat1on started among us we learned that thelr names were none other than Lena De Vnes and Wrlham Ward We also changed captatns agaln Mtss Kaplnqst for MISS Laymaster When We arrlved at our elghth port we d1dn t take on any more passengers but we d1d changed M1ss Laymaster for Mtss Mork as our dlrector ln a short tune we were on our way to the ntnth stop There we found ftftcon 6 1. Q l w w 4 ' ' ' x n GI ' 1 . , - e ' ' ' , .. "1 ", , ' , tl' ' T 1, ' , e ' ' . ' ' ' . dock. Her name was Mary Ann Baade. We also exchanged captains, this . 1 . . Q . I I ' q ' 3, CLASS HISTORY fCon't.l passengers waiting to come aboard. They were Anna Abbas, Mary Alke, Arthur Bartlett, Clarence Beenken, Wilbur Christensen, Kenneth Cordes, Earl Ginqricli, Roger Hoover, Donna Miller, Clair Moore, Lois Peterson, Lena Mae Schmidt, Marie Ubben, Wanda Young, and La Von Graham. With the sudden increase in the passengers we had more drivers: Miss Thompson, Miss Wagner Mr. Tesch Mr. Cheever, Miss Rogers, and Miss Lady. When all the passengers and drivers were aboard we pulled up anchor and sailed for our next port There we saw a lonely girl standing all by herself When she came aboard we could smell the heaven scent perfume Of course her name was loy Iesse We also traded Mr Tesch Mtss Rogers and Miss Thompson for Mr Dunmire Mrs Callies and Miss Allen At stop number ll we took on Eldon Schutier who had Just come from the beauty salon and received a permanent We also brought aboard Mr and Mrs Swanson as our new captains At our last stop and destination we saw a young man strutting up to the ship none other than Charles Kiley At his heels came a handsome looking man who Ju t barely made it up the gang plank before we shoved off His name was Le Boy rlammond otherwise know as Beeler There we met our las directors of our voyage Mr Metcalf Mr Zandbergen Miss Connor Miss Guse Miss Spindler and Miss Allen We found this last leg of our voyage to be the most pleasant of all As the voyage started we found ourselves to be chief petty officers the highest rank on the ship other than our captains Qt course we used this fact to great advantage especially over our apprentice seamen freshmen Never to be forgotten are the good times we had together Last fall We went to Mason City to haxe our class pictures taken Probably some of you heard us over KGLC During the winter many members of thc :ia s were busy playing basket ball Six girls were on the girls team Arlene Pruisrrian Mary Alke Lois Petersoi Anna Abbcs Maxine Tryon and Fannie Abbas All five starters on the ,Joys tearr w re seniors Wilbur Spear Bill Xfard Keith Stott Dick Downs and Bill Bcyrce i 1 addit on Boger rlooxc Lci y Herr rr cr 1 nd Don oric d saw ervicc ts ubstiutes S iiors w rt at o well rep c en ea cn ic f ebc t ai ry r eith Sot Bil 'Va d ck Davtns Bill Bom i en G O QUT 'OSFVWY Cfl I lCL1C1G:fS l l 1st nor rs lull ot senior activities Apr l 24 we gave our c ass 'r t x i dav fnic i we spent ht aay in .Ames ac s ty in tr ic urns v c erra in we r ed oi, a ncrnas 7 , , - - 1 l 1 , . , I I ' '. I V l . I . Q . , , .. . . I ' I X 2 . , . , , . I I ' . t . , . 7 Ap I X .4 J Vs' J X - . Y A ' ' T ' ' ' . 1 ' Q . , ,v , V , N y . ,. E y T . , , , , , ', i -1. ir 1 N rer, 1 o 'i1.1',Lf,fl N fznc 'E 1' s ' 't' ' . er ' 'e 3 :ls ' 'X nes' t l L, tl -f rp rs, :ll e rp i 'i ' 't t, 'l T. r ,lfiit 'Q r , 'i A1lGI, K . - beth Cordos, Donald Norland, ana Vtfilbur Spear. lfllly Schutjer served as cn if ,, . T ie fi 1 ith . J ' r ' T ' ' ci J , l gf ty. May l i was slip ii, xx' ' 'l .f ve ' at Veis iz l ' , Y, 1 B '- 'galaureate Wag' iii--lti Mt i', and finally an lizzv fill oii Q cam-1 to ,ri , L 'd - ecg,i'.f ' 'r 'ir' 1 Supermtendent 561 VAN ZANDBERGEN Sponsor DILK DOWNS Sccy 0 X Ks-1 MARY ALKE Pres KEITH STOTT Vue Presldult MILDRILD SCHUFIER TIOCIS E ii A .A CLIFFQHD A. METCALF TED G. 'Y v, A F 'Q ,J .jf I 4- Q 'R' If if ' A ' - I . I ANNA ABBAS APEIWC B F It FANNIE ABBA S BILL BOYKVN KB ,ua- 'Q AUM? MARY ANIM BAADE WILBUB CHBISTENSEN ART BABTLETT KENNFTH COBDES 9 A ? nga 'gf LENA DE VRIES CHARLTQ ILEK RATHRYN DUN URL IOY JESSE EARL GINGRICH ROGER HOOVER LA VON GRAHAM LE ROY HAMMOND 10 53 uv 8.3 fr rr' A nf' Z' sri' '17 1 DO IN! MIE MILLER LOIS PETERSON CNLAIR MOORE ARLENE PRUISMANN DONALD NORLAND LENA MAE SCHMIDT GENE PETERSON LLDON S HUTILR 1 1 fd? 3 50 Q-"xv "iv VVILBUH SPEAR BILL WARD H WN 'WELP MARIE UBBEN 1 fl! fb WANDA YOUNG 12 'Q 'f J' ry. -S Q, JK p ,Q C r.mxH c2 THYQIQ TH p f""i ' ,, KV N J i K . A N 1 . I 5' , if Q- ' K , ,, 7 x G a pfzoplz cy by Kathenne Dunxmre ln the year 1957 ten years after we graduated from dear old Trtonka Hxgh School l fmd myself travel1ng rn the fam1ly car over the vast mtles of th1s country Th1s IS the frrst vacatton from the farm srnce my marrrage so my husband and l are takrng a pleasure tr1p to vrsrt all of my former school mates We left T1tonka about the f1TSl of lune and our frrst stop was Mmneapolls Mmnesota at the famous Fannlngs Room Where VICTOR HAMMOND and h1s swmg orchestra was featurrng the crooner of the hour WILBUR SPEED CHRISTENSEN After the show Wtlbur took us home to stay all nlght and see hrs br1de the former IOY IESSE ln the mornmg we b1d good bye to loy and W1lbur and started our merry Journey to Montana to V1Sll MARIE UBBEN who rs l1v1ng on a dude ranch She surprrsed us all by runnrng off ard rnarrymg her younger srster s former heart throb VPD At that they seem to be gettrr g along qulte n1cely Our next stop IS Seattle Washrngton to VlSll Cl.AlR MOORE who has es tabhsned a real estate busmess there Upon rnterrng hrs offlce we dlscovered LENA MAE SCHMlDT who lb h1s pr1vate te wographer They have recently tnnounced therr engagement and expect to bc rnarr1ed soon lSll ROVER l-1OOVER ana EANNIE ABBAS vno are runnlng a tourrst camp hey took us stght see1ng to the math po nts of mterest arouna Vancouver About seven we traveled back to Seattle seven we traveled back to Seattle After blddtng Clatr and Lena Mae good bye we traveled to San Fran crsco Cahfornla where we v1s1ted MARY ALKE now Madam Alke a aeslgner of hats Mary IS st1ll slngle the lucky glrl Mary gave us the address of our former school mate MILTY SCHUTIER who IS now a famous movle star rn Hollywood She was 1ust drlvmg up as we arrlved rn one of her many Cad1llacs Her chauffer was EARL GINGRICH After leavmg Mrlly we headed for Kansas On pa smg through Colo rado we stopped to v1ew BILLY BOYKEN S enormous structure called The Sprt Fall Dam None other than the httle red head from hrgh school days ANNA ABBAS 1S h1s pr1vate secretary Upon reachlng Kansas we V1S1l9d wxth GENE PETERSON and ARLENE PRUISMAN who now own a large wheat ranch Gene sald that from all reports he would have a good crop of wheat Oh yes Gene and Arlene are marrred 13 l SS Z , . , , V I - I ll ll I , , ' ' ' ' I , . I 2 , ' ' ' I ' ' , " ' ' s tr . 1 ' ' I H V X: ' I On Sunday afternoon, Clair and Lena l-.flae took us up to Vancouver to Q - T J T Q A . Y T T, '. 1 V I . T Q ' ' - ' . ' , i - ' ' 1 v - . v ,A 1 u - - , , , , ." I ' ' , . s ' - - ' I 1 , . , , . - , C'ASS PROPHECY KConiD 'JT' , , L . . .. ,, . 1' I, ' T' 'j IIj I II I I I x-I . . A K A A, x ' 1 li rf 3 1 12 1 ,N , ,M . 1 V I. A3 1 f 1 Q ' "I, J 2 ZS .I 5 ., ,L WI I :M 4..3I ' 'TF :Z ffjg , 5 ' . V ,, ' I. " 'ii T: y . ., . I -, ., .A .. LJL, 7411 se XO o as U fpf 1 f'h fc' S 1 0 ' gym! 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'41, -A A. '--'.'1k'-.1g- -9- 1. f .. 's ,, rm, h , dv pu U1 1 . 'I i' f I-'ln . . xl. ,1 ful 1' "J . , ' " -1 -' 31 C I 1 ' TO 7:15 4 Il? UIQ! o J J Uboen lv.: .Velo au' ways Keith .YYCLEIEQ 1lly lifzzril Jolt' aottos Carfsozl Mc re Ultlmen b - Shirley l' iller Mc: 1110 ryon sports 1,1 ship? lean ,11.d Dat-JT1 ' 1 1 - ' no - ' 1 1 lil o I ' 7 ' A flirt, ic s c " boys Darlene, Troyce 1" ' : 'P " ' ' ' 1 , of 1 1 2 Y " 1 -1 fl f, ' , S Lois -ew son ' 11 S ll o, all me LEE 'U if Il boo' oolleo L1 Anyorf interested lion 1' o ' 'n Y Cf ' t e ways Those timid Alai 1 V ol o .1 j le Arty f., 1 Il' , 'o Tafll, Elorg hcQr Kathorizgf- 1 J - I y loss, !'lGL1lI1f?:1S Bernice F11 er the hcrig 1 , Lllwfll get lr 'Il ol nidt ,f 1 A ,' . J' T . , . , , , ' A V ' V ' 1 1 . . l 1 1 C . 1 ' 1 1 IWUOQS 'lu M xy! V rtln Youna Rohert Enastrorn Robert Carlson Leonard Leeck VIIDDLE ROW Darlene Seetelcl Bernrce llarnnqa Hornet Boeckholt Vahda Bruns Betty An1 Sonnonberq Dorothy Rurup Mrlly Sleper Dorothy Ubben FRCNT RCW Mrss Allen sponsor Pearl Beenken lean Hagen Dawn Bon acker Troyce Bruns Shrrley Mrller Mary Bunkofske Kathryn Meyer Not Plcturecl Marlan Thacker CLASS OFFICERS Pre rdent Darlene Seefelcl Vlc Preslclent Robert Enqstrorn Secretary Clarence Goetz Treasurer Mary Bunkofske 16 I -a........... '., ' , . K , 4 ,r 1 1 ' X l ls BACK RCW: lrvin Schmidt, Roqer Boyken, Allen Norland, Clarence Goetz, AO' 1 ' V, -, , ,-A , , s' ' e- ' O 604016 BACK ROW Ralph Wesselman Antorne Boecholt Kelth Bruns Cletus Zwerfel Marlyn Franzen Earl Younq SECOND ROW Harold I-leesbh Ioseph Klrne Bob Downs B1lly Fr1tz Arthur Beenken Max Carr THIRD ROW Mlss Guse sponsor Betty Ann Tladen Edrth Krull Deona Iohnston lanette Pru1srnan FRONT ROW Marran Eden Esther Abbas Patsy Stockwell La Vonne Mc Colley Not Plctured Duane Boyken Alvln Eden Robert G1dd1UQS Fred Hoffman Delores lsebrand Lloyd Krause Delores Eranzen CLASS OFFICERS Pres1dent Robert Downs V1ce Pres1dent Drck Hanson Secretary Frances Harnson Treasurer Cletus Zw1efe1 17 5:51, - W A ...sq , V , ' ' -A g , -.11 . ,-5 .X . Q 1' 1 A - 1' is A N E - 1 1 1 1 , . - 1 1 1 1 , . - 1 1 - 1 1 , . ' I I f - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 'LCS men ACR WOW Al'red Baade Alvxn lroore Leroy Phelps R qer l oore Loren Hansen Herbert T1ader1 E CNR ROW Mrss Spmdler sponsor Russel Klley lzlswortn Helfner Roger Krornmqa Sylvester Van Hove Brlly Amesbury THlRD ROW Kenneth Beenken DOIIS Hoffman Ioan Iohnson Anna Grace Folkerts Arny Flsher Bonnle Gerard Wtlbur Wlllls FRONT ROW Ruth Krull Murtel Schutler Berdxne Hansen Betty Ann R1ck lets Catherme Orthel Donna Calltes Sylvta Van Hove Not Prctured Angelrne Wrbben Doyle Reaser Drck Gerdes CLASS OFFICERS Prestdent Herbert TJaden VICE Presldent Ioan Iohnson Secretary Catherme Orthel Treasurer Berdtne Hansen 18 4-A......... ' l K -- ......,...- , ., ,, , , , . ,....-.,l.. . , -4. X - .f F ,wx V ' I I I, kg , , , 1 - ' J .N T y., Yqm ' ' I . ' v . f , f .1 V. . . ' . qt Q 3- ' "h I' 'v . ! . 1 w 1- fs U . ,r 4' - l . L , V , , O 1- , . 'fx T ' , . .jf fu . ' . . . --11 - . M O U . . , , , t , . V ., , I 1 , , . 3 , 1 I 1 I I 1 - ' I I I - I 1 I I U . , , . ii. 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OTTO FALK, the school's hcrrd-work- ing custodian. 2-I-W 9 O . :I 'HW GA L-J 1 wb: Glfeezleabezs LEFT TO RIGHT Mary Bunkofskc Dulcnt Callus Milly Slepcr My1n.1 Norland ltfhlly SchutJcr School act1v1t1es are what really make hlgh school such a happy t1me At Tttonka all act1v1t1es are actlvely engaged 1n and successful games by the1r young second grade understud1es ln basketball Wh1le the g1rls d1d not have an outstandmg season the boys rornped home w1th two new trophles One was tor be ng runner up ln Kossuth bounty one was for bemg Class A Sect1onal Basketball Champs ln mus1c Tyke came home from the muslc contest at Graetenger Wllh elght rat1ngs of excellent ln baseball the lndlans advanced to the tlnal round of the State Sect1onal Baseball Tournament 1n both the 'all ana sprlng but were knocked off both tlmes ln the flnals by a hard workmg team from St lohn s School at Bancroft 26 The three cute high school cheer leaders were assisted at the basketball Qlfzls gaslzeflvall Mg up U' A 2 V STANDING Ma11an Thacker Jean Hagen Delores Isebrand Coach Van Zand bergen Dawn Bonacker Esther Abbas Fannie Abbas KNEELINC Dcona Johnston Arlene Pru1sman Mary Alke Lors Peterson Anna Abbas Maxmc Tryon The T1tonka Ind1an Squaws d1dn t have too successful a season th1s wlnter but no one can say that they were skunked for they dld Wm one game from Crystal Lake Lacklng experlence ln the back court and scormg punch ln the frort court they couldn t qulte put 1t over the strong opposltlon they encountered In both the county and sectlonal tournaments we played Burt the wlnner of the Kossuth County Champ1onsh1p The score 1n the county tournament 58 27 ln Burt s fax or The Burt g1rls have a fme ball club as we found when we watched them play thelr splendld game The total scormg for the year was 375 pomts The e were dlvlded among the followmg Lols Peterson l5O Anna Abbas 143 Mary Alke 28 Deona lohnston 34 lean Hagen lb Delores lsebrand 2 and Marlon Thacker 2 The prvot play was used most of the t1rne and was played by both Lo1s Peterson and lean Hagen Anna Abbas and Deana Iohnston playea 1n the front court Anna Abbas was known as Dead Eye by Coach because she knew where the basket was once she got started Mary Alke was placed ln the prvot when we were tn need of helght ln the back court Maxlne Tryon was known as a good and quzck guard and she very seldom let her man get away Mary Alke was our ptvot guard and the other guard was Arlene Pruxsman We sen1ors wrsh the underclassmen lots of luck IH thelr future years ln basketball 27 l c I " X , 1 ' , , - 1 y l V 5 ' T: -1 y Q l r a . l 1 1 , I U I I ' was 47,30 in Burt's favor. 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' '011 0 0 11 . 0 ' I I I ' 1 ' ' ' ' - .1 0 ' - 0 Opponent Uorwitft Wesley Seneca Lone Bock Bancroft Lakota Lone Rock Bancroft Lone Rock Burt Corwith Fall Record Total Scores Opponent Luvt r tc Swea Ltty Crant Seneca Lon Bock 11 1 1 y Lrystal Lake Lakota Ledyard Frystal Lake Grant Burt Sect. gasefraff games Fall Season Spring Season We They OPPonent We They 2 1 9 5 9 3 12 5 3 0 5 13 2 1 6 2 1 2 6 2 0 1 5 4 Lone Bock Lu Verne 9 4 Alqona 3 2 Burt 1 0 Woden 4 3 Lone Bock Sect. 7 2 Greatenqer " 6 5 Burt " 4 1 Bancroft 3 4 Spring Record eefWon 8 Lost 1 3 Total Scores -We 46 They 26 Wvgogl TrhIZ??t34 Becord for year f 5 Won 16, Lost 4 Boys Ledyard Co Tour Lakota Swea Clty Lon Rock Wesley Seneca Br rt 1 ll Pocohat tr LQ u t o Dr:-t gaslzeffmlf gcofzes e They G1r1s Opponent e They Lu Verne Grant Seneca Wesley Lone Bock Ledyard Crystal Lake Lakota Grant Burt Burt Co Tourn Burt Sect Tourn Lon Bock Seneca Boys record Won 19 Total pornts 939 Or r onents tota1 601 A rcq s or W'e 41 Th y20 Gtr s record WOR 1 Les 14 Lost W W 1 K , 23 QQ Q 14 28 7 3' 23 39 25 34 7 55 13 5, , 34 36 ' ' H 76 21 41 25 31 . e 3 41 17 22 43 V ES 49 20 f 26 31 ' 50 45 ' 38 36 26 19 20 35 40 22 12 29 , 42 29 19 55 64 17 . . 30 47 35 32 . . . 27 58 . . 41 26 9 21 27 " " 42 30 - 24 34 Alqona " " 28 27 Wesley 12 45 , ' 37 46 f . e 46 20 ' 4 47 17 . f . , 5 36 16 ,N ' . i Sec. T ur. 40 30 . ' B11.1c:',aC3:tf-'r " " 41 22 we I 7 C Q' ' " Q ' 4 t vs " . 33 30 ' l' - g 1 re-ns " 24 34 A 1 If ---530 'xed Glzofzus BACK ROW M155 Guse Anna Abbas Berdme Hansen M1ldICd Sleper Clarence Goet7 Bllly Boyken Kelth Stott Kenneth Cordes Dlck Downs Arlene Ptuxs man LOIS Peterson Mary Alke Delores Franzen MIDDLE ROW Lena De Vtres Joan Johnson Jean Hagen LaVon MeColley Don Nor land Sylvestor Van Hoxe Dlek Hansen Bllly Ward Leroy Hammond Delores Isebrand Sylvla Van Howe Betty Ann Rxcklefs Edlth Klull FRONT ROW Katherme Orthel Maman Thacker Dawn Bonaeker Mrlly 'ichut Jer Allen Norland Wrlbur Chrlstensen Bob Dovxns Herb Tjaden Arlene Prulsman Mary Bunkofske Shnley Mlllhl Donna Callres The muslc department had a busy year durmg l946 47 srngmg at many school events and enterlng many solo1sts and the nuxed chorus boys glee club glrls glee club and g1rls sextette 1n the state contest The grades presented an mterestmg Chrrstmas operetta shortly before Chrrstrnas vacatlon ln hlgh school muslc was turn shed for the Jumor and senlor class olays and for the lunror Senror Banquet Our hard WOTlC1l1Q director th1s year was M1 s Erleen Guse To her goes any success wh1ch we m1ght have attarned BAND After a couple ot years wlth no band rn the school band practlce was resumed thrs sprrng Although no pubhc appearanees were oresented much Valuable prachce was recelved whlch wrll be mvaluable next year M Castor dtrected the band 31 ' .'- .. h -Q - -1- , 1, .. l , ' ' 1 0 A 1- H . . 1' . 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' .1 3 . - 1 . e A , Mgt Gll, Sleper La Vonn McColley Anna Abbas Arlene Prulsman LOIS Peterson Mary Alke Delores Fxanzen MIDDLE ROW Ruth Krull Anna Folkexts Delores Isebrand Betty Tjaden Sylvla Van Hove Mu11el Schutjer Betty Ann R1CklefS Wanda Young Kathryn Dunm1re Ed1th Krull BOTTOM ROW Lena De Vr1es Marlan Thacker Dawn Bonacker Mllly Beth Schutjer Jean Hagen Janette Prulsman Mary Bunkofske Fanny Abbas Shlrley Mxller Donna Calhes STATE MUSIC CONTEST Four groups and seven solo1sts competed IH the State Muslc Contest held at Graetenger lh1S sprmg The groups Cornpetmg were Mxxed Chorus GlTlS Glee Club Boys Glee Club and GITIS Sextette All four of these groups recelved a ratmg of Il Although 1t d1d not allow us to go on 1n the state contest these ratmgs are very good SOlO1SlS competlng were M1ldred Sleper soprano Dawn Bonacker soprano Delores Franzen contralto Lena De VFIGS pxano Leroy Hammond barltone Wxlbur Chr1stensen bantone and Kelth Stott bass Of these, M1ldred Sleper, Dawn Bonacker, Delores Franzen, Leroy Ham mond, and Wllbur Chrlstensen recelved ratmgs of II 32 Q 1 ee .L W V?SH f . ' V A , 5 I . QQ 4 , ' K K . 1 A BACK ROW: Miss Guse, Katherine Orthel, Joan Johnson, Berdinc Hansen, Milly 0,5 Q12 GI 1, BACK ROW Allen Norland Clarence Goetz Bllly Boyken Ke1th Stott Kenneth Coldes Dlck Downs Dlck Hansen MIDDLE ROW Mlss Guse Ralph Wesselman Antome Boeckholt Dick Schutjer Bllly Ward Sylvester Van Hove Tgaden Leroy Hammond qvzls gexfeffe MISS Guse Shlrley M11ler Lols Peterson Mllly Sleper Mllly Schutjer Davsn Bonacker Marxan Thacker 33 6 Lt . ' 1' FRONT ROW: Irvin Schmidt, Don Norland, Wilbur Christensen, Bob Downs, HerL , . .W - ,','s ww P to f 1 I S P i 11177 Nc Q iamafics IUN1o1f1 CLASS PLAY "Shiny Nose" 1 1 1 f 1111 1011 11 C3110111 1 pro ented by the 111111 ove1n1s1 19 under the dr c1101 ot tx 1ss Mc ry L 111.or T111's three oct corm dy 10140 Home 111 th 1 11 3 r orn of the M0rb1e hon 111 11 10110111 town where Ioney 0 00116131 1I'S1'1I1C1I1 18 gett1ng roody tor the 1111951 1111110110111 C1016 of her 1111 The tc11n11y 111111145 however that she 15 100 501111 to go steady 1'1rr younger S1 tor .210 help her to try ond rnC11ce 0 111 II S1011 on L11 orgc th 111C1iy bcy then her 01c1cr Q1S10F 1'1c1en 1r1Q George 11110 101c1ng hcr tc the dome 11 1111011y eros hc1pp11y 10 the en1oy11o11t ot C111 111ney Morble !'1p M0rb1e He1en M0rb1e Mr Morb1e Mrs Morb1e Coach Brown George Anderson A11en Rogers Mudge Gront PQQQY J O9 1 Cast of Characters SENIOR CLASS PLAY Golng Places Down Bonocker Mory Bunkofske leon Hagen Robert Cor1son Peor1 Beenken Robert Engstrom C1orence Goetz 1rv1n Schnndt Dorothy Ubben Menon Thacker Ikj R1c1ces wntten by Glenn Hughes wos presented Ly the sernor 1 r wer We 1 1ef f on C1 1X , ,on tor nc revowro orrouno c 111ege une C1bOL11 the t1n1e of 011 reg1 trcr cg1 1111 1 111fk Mo110y on cxfc en 1o01c 1 1 '1 1 Q PQ 0 1 1 we 1 et orng y 1n 1 h1rgs mr cm to ed out 1 Cos x s 1 01s Peterson C f e 1C1'1o1rd 1, wns '1er11e 1 11111 11re 1 12 e rs 11 f 1 e 1 '1u11e1 K 11 J1L11.,DS 9 PD 1K F1 fu x 'fx 1111 I 511 ' 73 1 , wt 115111 ny ss j 19. 1 1 J , , vos , , ' Oro , . . f- N 1 72' .l'i'6?1' 1 ff 1' on . 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Coaches dlrectmg athletics tell us that a successful athlete must be mterested ln the game he IS playmg must be w11l1ng to observe trammg every play So also m our chosen Job we must fust of all be mterested ln what we are dolng be w1l11ng to work hard and glve the best We have toward the task at hand We stnve to g1ve you the best oossrbln hnnkmg servlces and are mterest ed m maxntamxng a sound 1nstxtut1on m order to serve our customers well now and ln the iutwe TITONKA SAVINGS BANK IOHN DEERE QUALITY FARM IMPLEMENTS SALES AND SERVICE COMPLETE STOCK OF PARTS I. R. SCHUTI ER Of.f1C9 Phone No. 11 Resldence Phone No. 66 TITONKA. IOWA rules, anxious to co-operate, be alert, and have the drive to follow throught on FARMERS ELEVATOR CO. "Opera1ed for the Benefit of the Farmers" GRAIN COAL FEEDS SEEDS YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED F. E. Hagen, Manager Titonka Iowa Rev Icuues Young mon dont you ever qo ta the house of WOISIIIDQ KQIIII Stott Yes slr Im ou I y vwoy over Io see her now d o ln some peoples hoods because they Cont stand sohtory confm umout Ivuss Connor COME HERE' Shop at For Your BONACKER S Cup of coffee Meals Your Self Servxce Store Lunches Ice Cream You w11l find well known Soft Dr1nkS Candy brands of unvarylng quallty Clgareties w1lh everyday low prxces SCHUTTERS CAFE Bonackers Food Market Tltonka Iowa Icu Moor Soy om how In uq oould I Ilvo WIIIIOIII broms? P If Q II W dld you knock him down? B CI I I C.. dl I pu ec up to Iot IIIITI qo dcross the street cmd he Ifumed 36 . D . .ll I I I ll I - . , u ' - . Ideas if ' - 'e - ' J -n-.ns.a.g:.,- 1 E v , ' I C' ' ez " , . I. 1 f ' ' , ' ' Mr. Metcalf: "NVeII, Clcrir, Ihzit remains Io be seen." v , VV - ' I' C,211,Fg?III :ui o 1 3 V . I I ez " H11 VIIA A 'iff' ' I - CALL US FOR HIGHEST BIDS ON POULTRY AND EGGS WE HANDLE A 'FULL LINE OF GOLDEN SUN FEEDS KOZY BROODER HOUSES ON HAND IN ALL SIZES- AT BANCROFT PHONE COLLECT Hamilton Hcttcheries BANCROFT TITONKA FOR QUALITY BUY D-X PRODUCTS D-X MOTOR FUEL WITH UPEER CYLINDER LUBRICATIOIN FOR TANK WAGON SERVICE CALL CHAS. R. PETERSON - PHONE 41 FOR SERVICE STATION-PHONE 100 GUARANTEED SATISFACTION ON GREASE AND WASH IOB Schmidt's D X Service Buzz Bus BIIIIQ you own stove Dlck Downs Ledomq L1z71 Lookout G he Peter on RoIIs Ruff c fx 1 11o Blue QYQIOIIK Ro I L 1 ovn r good D1Ck ochuh r Blondes QhIy Lookout Shorty Go tz CIdm1tyIor1o Ik OTIVOTSIOTI CIG11 Moor BIQQIQ B IIIIY 'Ile d V41 1 ZCJIICIILILIOII Green Drdqou 1 Bud H esch BIGCI4 Bom-ey 1 47 model Bob Co Isor1 Ahce Kdout Nu I1 1 eed VVIIIJLII Speur CARS SILIN 'XROUIXID IITQINKIX IIICH S HOQL THE PERSONNEL OF YOUR HOME FOR A GOOD CUP OF COFIFEE OWNED DRUG STORE SERVING STOP IN AT YOU FOR OVER 33 YEARS S BILL s CAFE CON GRATULATES THE GRADUATES Meet Your inends at TITONKA HIGH Lynns Recreatlon Parlor CIGARS-CIGARETTES Mr and Mrs W I Denton CANDY DRINKS GLEN A MILLER TYKE ELECTRIC SHOP PHONE 2 on 167 General Wxnng Motorlcx Rcxdxos Hot Pomt Applrcmces General Electnc Hecxtmq IC Downs Mus Gusg 1 od vrother I I L 1 x dl yest rdozy B1IIy Word Why d d sh do thot? D16 Do IS Oh sho xxougd IL IX her qdlt 1'I FRESHMEN AND IUNIORS CONFESSION us fi to lu Co Thr ' ' fe I e , s . It':s cz Iwtrd BQQIQ1' IrI.1 11 11d N ' 3 1I"11: ' -2 ' ' ' 'Q' 'G 9, . K :IV 1 k. A . Ke ' QI Ahh Yes: - ' I ' J-1 A -, -1 , P11514 xp e- Q ' o T ' A, No 31 to '1 2 ed 'I 'F . I-l.! . 1,4 YU -C I OF 0 O I I l D' k I 1 'i' Q 11 ' o :Ly I 1 1 sdrzd wi.h his fore Io II'e ' e L . ' 3 ' I ' e . 'k 1.-J1: f': Q' '111 oe.. , I eu think I Iczioiz' I knew, o 'I how I zxfess, e more I know I Izzzow I k:1owW I Icriow I know Iess. BUCK AND BUDS GAMBLES RGCTGCIIIOII. Pcrrlor AUTHORIZED DEALER YOUR A C HENCH BUSINESS IS PHONE 112 GREATLY APPRECIATED TITONKA IOWA c S xx O 1 11 rc Tuff yOu Qmd IO IO C1 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS 1947 DAVIS HOG MARKET PHONE NO 12 TITONKA IOWA mt qo IO EIIC-111511 IOCIOY INTERIVIILL SELF SERVE GROCERIES, MEATS FRUITS L-M1-Jw-Jw AND VEGETABLES IN SEASON W H B Rm S ,NONE K3 PHONE NO. 5 TITCNKA TITONKA IA WoodmmAw.dmCmnpmy 38 I Azziuzuyt?1wiS'1z11O1s 11111111 13111 1111151 1:1111 111111111111 1:T11fIw111, us is T110 cxmyvly yrcwwci Ivy 11111 fQJHH1.V1l1kj s111wc11: COV11 11111 11114111113 B1f1yB.: "QI A' 11111, Domi Ill? LIIIIII qct r1O11Oc.1f 111112 19 9 53 1 ' ,I I UDL A OF . . H 1 V -4 'I In y 111-113O: Ld 2 1 1. . 1,Q'.g1:,-: ffillavri vfilfllfj I 110041 1119 Sleeps." HOW TO STUDY IN THE LIBRARY BEED HARDWARE PLUMBING AND HEATING BEST WISHES TO ALL OF '47 TITON KA LOCKER REINDER KROMINGA PHONE 2 on 34 SMITH BARBERSHOP "A good Place to get acquainted" Come in TRADE WITH Red eyed Dxck Downs Enter screaming. Wear suuoble Clothes football helm et ear plugs sh1r1 guards ec Bflllq some orrole prov1s1o1'1s ondy gum opples pop Co111c lmoolf Q C YOURSELF o 1 vv1y 111 pgor 1' llll 193 gp vor11 q KQSHOILCO ll Q VV SP tku 111C PHONE NO 85 TITONKA IOWA Col Vanzardbergen ahas Senator SIOPQHSPISI reports that a new law has has been mtroduced m Congres TIIIS raw forblds booms 1n restaurants because one ol them kllled L1ncoln""' THE TITONKA TOPIC FRANK CLARK Publ I-1 TITONKA IOWA clalms he qot hls shln er wlule playmg bas ketball Well at least thats better than run nmg mto a doorl' ISEBRAND PRODUCE FREE PICK UP SERVICE WELP S BABY CHICKS PHONE 2 on 80 TITONKA IOWA FOR GOOD HARDWARE PHONE STOTTS MEYER WATER SYSTEMS STOTT HARDWARE TITONKA 1oWA FCI xxQr1111q from lVlC1ry Bu 11405141 A1,1tl1 rq you oy 1 CIE be lol oc 1111 t pu KBF1llC1I'1I Moron? Sughl Guy Mg 3501 C011 you poor s1Ck k1d you? MISS Co QU C1111 111 cu how: los 1 19 o 1 1 L do 111.61 1l l hove1t" 39 l. 2 2. ' ' v , I . C 1 I 1 ' U 1 X ll' ts, -1l,. 4, Bring :nomo irzk to Ol C2111 c1l- Y 'z s sc-11 'rl Hole '1 'r ' . Ht ' ' ' 1 "1 . Q. fxlwixys talk 1, C1 l'1l-A,C?T those toochers Clfi: jus 'nd' 1. - - I I , is Ur - :mu-1 A rnwmuv . , ,L-,vm nv No own 1 IWQPAKYQ HEAD BY 'D O0 PEAK!! " PQULTBY - EGGS - WELp'5 FEEDS GREEN COLONIAL FURNACES . . Ilf 1 1 1". 1. 1 13 11 1 " 1" iz 1 5' .lI' f het josyau 1' . ' 11 1 ' o 1:11.52 :11oe11:1q Ll oneflaqed tr 1 gs Oli the street said "Poor llli , y1 '- 1 ri an leg loverfr yor Ar? tle fro :xp sold lltbililllij dowzzl: 'l.1"'.1'ell l'llbe r Q" S. B. French Lumber Co. TITONKA, IOWA ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL PHONE 65 COMPLETE LINE OIF MCCORMICK-DEERING FARM IMPLEMENTS INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS EXPERT SERVICE Titonkct Implement Co. PHONE 2 on 139 TITONKA, IOWA CALLIES BROS GENERAL MDSE GROCERIES MEATS VEGETABLES DRY GOODS SHOES WORK CLOTHING Your Busmess IS Apprecrated We Sirxve To Please Farmers Coop Oil CO MOBILGAS MOBILOIL MOBILGAS MOBILOIL PHONE 72 TITONKA IOWA TANK SERVICE O1 lx r S1111 COL 4 UI ILII try THE GREATEST OF SUCCESS RALPH S BARBER SHOP TO THE SEWOHS YOUR PATRONAGE IS APPRECIATED 1947 SWAN FURNITURE and FUNERAL HOME TITONKA IOWA PHONE 91 SINCE 1933 SATHOFF SERVICE HAS SERVED YOU PHILLIPS 66 GASOLINE Lee T1res Grant Battenes Where Qucrllty pays the Dlvldends PHONE 119 TITONKA IOWA 1 HO CJ CI e 1 hOqutTl1C 1 CI HOVO yOu C ver Uken MOIOI ne? ILO INOW who te-Onhcs thai? 40 0 ' o O IQ 11II1B,Z "I C l'T1jOfH1ylfv1"11 I, 7 wh." lfsfmgh 'lbdi 'HI' Ike yO 1 :5l1O1i1a Out tl 1 it!" ,, L ,,,, .,.1.,,.,,....---.O I I - I . , A OF N'Ii.w1 CF'1z11:.r: Fil you QVCTI' hoflr OI lU'.'ll.,'i,f.? YA-'illll Y 11' Ig: I-I1gO. I.1g.s:i 111111: 11: 'l":lt? ,, .. Iiff-U31 YO1,1t1f5: Npfgffw. . . 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