Titonka High School - Indian Yearbook (Titonka, IA)
- Class of 1949
Page 1 of 108
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Text from Pages 1 - 108 of the 1949 volume:
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We, the senior class, dedicate nThe Indian of 'MQW to
the athletlc departwent of Titonka Hlgh School to show our
appreciation not only of the excellent record the boys have
made in basketball and baseball, but also to the fine work
the glrls have done We are also dedicating it to the out
standlng record that we hope both will make next year and in
yeams to core
With the completlon of this annual go our hopes and our
falth that Tltonka High wlll continue to be more proud of
it's athletlc department as each year passes
---- good luck!
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Asslsta t dltor Betty T3aoen
Business Mgr Bo Downs
Sports Edit r elth Eruns
Musl elores lsehrand
Dramatlos elores Franzen
Photographs arold Heesch
Glass Hlstorg Deona Johnston
anette Prulsm n
Yhropheog Anton Eoeckholt
Social Act vonne NoCollog
Will R Humor Zelma Wilson
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lst Wo: left to rlvht Delores Isebrand, Robert Downs Velma
v lson A tnur peenktn Betty Ann Tgaden, 2nd Row Janette
PP1ismanw Lafonne VcCollPy Ralph Nesselman, Kelth Bruns
Lo tt Krlll Delores Franzen, Harold Heesch, 3rd Row Billy
rttz YH+Sf sttckwell, Deona Johnston Narlyn Franzen
sto Aooas, A1 riq Evans, Anton Boeckholt
Dedlcafed to the Senlors
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Standing left to right J R Schutjer, Earnest Peterson,
Maurice Kiel, C A Metcalf, Supt
Sitting left to right Clarence Mechler, Pres , Edward
Boyken, Sec , Mrs C H Downs, Treas , Earnest Hoffman
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lst Row left to rlght Miss Olson thlrd grade, Miss Milbrandt
second grade, M'ss Harris HOmCm8k1DF and Commercial, Mrs
Dunmlre s'xth Grade, hiss Creber English and Dramatics, Mrs
Oesterrelcher seventh and eighth, Irs Tongersen seventh and
elghth, 2nd Row Miss Hesv1ck,f1fth grade Miss Cole fourth
grade, Mr Schenk Sclence and Mathematlcs, Mr Mehlan athe
1 t1cs, Mr Castor History and Music, Mr Metcalf Manuel
Training, Mrs Klinger first grade
Whhlan Have any of your
Castor Yes, when Mohher
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Miss Harr1s's phllosophy
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Castor "You senlors are
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18 worth two on the phone
actlng line a bunch of imbec1lesPn
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Orchid and Silver
White Tea Rose
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Basketball 2 3 Basaetball l 2 3
Glee Club 1 Glee Cllb l 2 3
Mixed Chorus 1 MlX9d Chorus l 2
Class Play Clas Play 3
Class Play nThe Ima lnary Inva ld
'The Campbells Are Coming' Vice Pres dent
Class Presldent M Anzual Staff L
Secretary lreasurer 2
Art Edltor l 2
Stldent Council 1
Oeclamatory Work H
Annual Staff Q
sic, s ro 1 personal 'Late hours aren' 5 d or
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Secretary of Glee Club glee Club l 2 3 h
Secretary lreasurer Mixed Chorus 2
Reporter 3 President of Glee Club
Declamator fork M Class Play 3
Librarlan 4 e Imag nary lnval1 '
Annual Staff h Class President 1 3
Assl tant Editor News Reporter
Declamatorj Jork 4
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Class P1aJ 3
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We were drafted into the A E P CArmy of Educational
Eorcesj as Buck Privates on Auvust 30 1937 we started
with ll recruits who were HARCLD HEESCH DhLORro IQIB AAD
DCNvA CALLI s HABIRT Divkb KEITH BRUNS, JANETTE PRUIS
MANN PATSY SFOLKWELL LAQL YOUWL ROB Rl BATT, GRACE SNIDT
and JUN OR QNYDER Under the supervlsion of Colonel Carmi
chal, we took our dally drllls stopping at the half year
to take on a new recruit from Camp Lakota This was ESTHER
A3SAw We flnished our first year with the same routine
After recelvina a short furlouvh we returned once more
to Camp Tltonka where we were promoted to Private PlPSt
Class Under this new ratin we recelved Colonel Johnson
Wltq the 8ddltlOD of two new recruits from nearty camps
They were DECNA JOPNDTON and FRED HOFMANN By this time we
were LCCOmlHU oetter acquainted with army rules and regu
We received three months furlouah and then back to
army life Once more received a promotion We were
corporals Assl lna us this year was Colonel Van N st,
who Ueliev d in strict army discipline W compl ted thls
term rapidly wlth 3 nev recrults lley were EDITH KRULL,
La VONNE Mc CLIILY and RALPH AESsEL'AN Also GRACE QNIDT
wha translerred to a nearby camp We had little dllflculty
tuat year except the ppedimic of measles which struck all
bu a few in camp A short leave was viven to ev ryone
Aft r P6COV6PlHq from the ebedimic we returned to cimp and
finLshed the pear wlthout further upsets
Hurrah' another furlouvh for three months and then
back to cam to leceive a vcry pleasant surprise We were
promoted to Sargeants Thls year we were given a very well
liked Colonel Colonel Wellmeyer who alded us throuvh
Army llfe was Uettlnp harder all llong But after
struavling nine lon months and after being given a three
months furlouvh we were promoted to Staff Sargeants This
change was needed by all of the camp as we found army llfe
was not all play We also received a new Colonel who was
Colonel Thompson, who was substituted by Colonel Bier
DONNA RAE CALLIEb was transferred to a different camp this
year We went on throuph the year wlth little trouble, ex
cept for a feu who were court martmaled for constandly
wh1sperinU 1n class
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ROBIQT KILEY came at the O8glDDiDg of the year and then left
us later on Along wlth our new rank we also recelved a new
general of the Army, t 13 belna General Metcalf, also a new
Major Gene al who was Major General VanZanibercen and three
new BPldP iler Generals, these were Spindler, Guse, and
Conner, 1th Brlivad er Ceneral Allen remainlng with us fr m
the previeus year us, this was quite a year We had
the privllage of inltiatinv the lower offlcers CFreshmenJ
Wothinm much happened this year and we went through our
tralninv with no m'shaps, except for Lieut DELORhS RANZEN,
who receivei a brocen nose We really welcomed our furlouvh
this time and when we came back we were glad to receive the
ratin as Captaxn It gave us a little more authority
Major General Castor, soon shoved us that it didn't9999 The
Bridgadier Generals who also h lped enforce the laws of the
army were Mehlan, Gard Harrls, and Callies who was later
replaced by Greb W also rec lved two new Captalns who
were ZELNA WILSCN and BERT RCSKANP MAX CARR was tr nsferr
ed to another camp This year went along as smoothly as
could be expected After another furlough was vranted we
came back to wood old Camp Titonka for our last year in the
army After oeinv in the army for ll years we knew we would
miss it when we finally did receive our discharges Just
think, in our last year we dld receive the ratln of Major
Ne received the same officers as we had the prevlous year,
except Schenk took Gard's positlon at the last part of the
year Some f s took too mxch for granted being Mayors,
and were seen quite frequently in Major General Castor's of
fice W also received new buddy this beinv EMMA
GaNE SCHMIDT The year went fast, and flnally the great day
came when we recelved a dlsoharve
We Seniors wish to thank all of our te chers who h lped
us all the way through school We really did enjoy it an
none of us will ever forget it All of us Senxors, we hope,
will become a success in some way or another and we owe it
to the teachers who were patient with us and who helped ug
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we declded to take a few months vacatlon from the OfflC8
and look up our for er classmates
We had just started on our tr n when who should we
meet bui Lsther Abbas she lS l1v11g ln Vurt Io doubt
we all rene ber the poens sle wrote about ner Dart boy
frlends S e st ll polnp st ad after lO ear
W traveled out t Soutn Talota wlen we car to a
small to n by the nave of Iravkfurter, South Dakota
stopped for lunch and since it w sauer Praut daf the
Krause's Kraut Co was provl lng the sauer kraut
lnqulred and sure enough it was Llovd hrause's product
Lloyd then took us to nls o flCG where we OlSCOVGPPd Ldlth
announced theil engagement and expect to be marr ed soon
Our neat stop was in Great Falls, xontana here we
saw a dude none other than Bob towns, ShlDlHf cowboy
boots Bob told us of the most Rev Felth Lruns who 1
located in the heart of Seattle Washlnfton
Upon T93CHlDQ Seattle we were very fortunate to hear
an insplrlnp sermon by hev belth Eruns Hls appearance
has changed conslderably, not only because h1s halr is
wavy, but also becaase re weirs horn r nxed glasses
When w traveled toward Callfornia we stopled at
large cattle ranch L were SuPDP1S8d to see Emnagene
Schmidt, who 13 livlng on her father's ranch in Callfornia
Emmagene i happlly arrled to her Buf alo Center sweet
heart She served us one of her speclalltles a slx layer
After leavlng Emmagene w traveled toward San
Francisco where w saw a large slgn, Beenken's beauty
Salon,n greetlng us being in need of a manlcure, we
stopped and were some what curlous about the proprletor
because of the fam llar name Ch ves, you guessed, Art
was the manager He hadn't changed much for he had flve
beautiful women working for hlm Art has alwafs had a way
with women While Art was glving us a manicure, Delores
Isebrand strolled in We mlvht have known sh would be
wlth Art because she was always followlng him in school
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noticed it was lma lson is uo'e cos ales
Hollywood Her mlna er was very plfasoi ltm her pelior ance
She sald, Hhall Youn nad golned the Q3lVauLOn army
Upon PGdCAlDL a stall, ,rlzou , we VlSlt6l Jua1e
o aen H was testlng c us I sald H9 llxei xll ona
because the weather made lt lm osslole f r Lll Luc
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known insane asylum where Jelores rranzen was busy at her
work taxln care of the ldsane peoile She d1dn't have mufh
time to V1Slt, so ln tne evenlng she toes us to her small
apartment in Dallas She toll us all about her love alfalr
wlth one of the 11m3t6S, Harold ueesch
Faklnc leave of Bud and Delores, we drove alonf a
country road and had the lsiortune of runnlng out of gas
We walked to a neaxby deserted farm place Peerlnv 1
tnrou h the door we notlced Donna Smltn Donna was a her
former occupatlan, odoy s1tt11g Slnce it was very late e
spent the llgdt wltn UJllx
In the mornin we cld Donna oodbye and started on our
merry Journey toward Florlda e hal tamen our flsnl g
materlal alan and ue lded to IO f1SVl1 lor a hanfe hlle
walking out t the doca e notl GQ a slall lnn Marian s
Mackereln, wnele h3Pl8H Eden was ld harfe She lnvited us
in and we had a nort vlslt ultt her She said, she had
recelved a letter from Jr Robert Glld1HgS Robert is
braln speclallst ln Kansas
TP3J8llO5 uf toward entuc y we saw larfe tobacco
plantatluns Phe tooacco was ready to oe l1CKGd Inquise
tlve as to how the machlnes we e o erated we stofped and saw
marlyn Franzen and Halih H6SS8lm8H co. ne toward us lhey
s ld, they owned th plantatlon and by all reyorts were
having such a bountlful cro thls year that they were
managing to put out the r owl brand of cigarettes famous?
Zelma - nChanging a tire?n
Billy - nOh no! I jdst get out every few miles and jacc it
up to give it a ISSt.n
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larl n and Falph ave us the address of a former class
rate, Tavo ne cColleI lavonne ws llving ln New Vork City
Vhen e arrlved in lex York we had tte pleasure of seelng
Tavorme modelnnm a deep ses diver's suit Le were enjoying
the perfor ance and were about to leave when Betty Ann
me us 'e had a nnce vlslt wlth Betty and Iavonne Betty
i an acco ollshed pl3H1St at the Carnegle Fall They said
Janette Plu sxar was vorfing at tle Valdorf Astorla in New
York She lS at her old Job of washing dishes
Our next stop was 1U aine where we were pleased to
meet Bert Rosca D a 1 h s little wife Patsy Stockwell W
were shocked when Wert told us he vas a licensed embalrer
Ie sa1d,'H1s vork was pre ty dead
Wedding for hone, our vacation COmlHg to a close, we
visited a television show ln Phncapo, which was featuring
shox I had all the girls sw onlnf Tater, we learned
th t he was married, Deona Johnston being his wife
Arrlv ng back 1U Iowa we st oped ln Des oines Anton
belng fond of bOXlHQ matches we vent to see the Golden
Gloves Boxnng atch, when who should we meet but Joseph
Kline Joe was oleced with the feather weight's
After arllvnng back ln Tltonka, we again settled down
to our work, looklng back on the wonderful vacation we spent
wlth our former clas mates
The e are fwe are toldj three ways to run a school ill r L t
may C23 wrong way f3J Castor's vav
Her latest he 'Since I mct you I can't ea , I o n't sleep
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Miss Gleber Csympatheticallyl hy notqn
Coach 'What thls girls' team need is llfe
Castor nOh no, 30 days is enough
The w fe who drlves fran the b ck seat lSUlt any w rse than
the husband who cooks from the dlning room table
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that the parties of the second part find Great joy and use
in these our best and most favored gifts
Bert Hoskamp a couple of feet ltake it
either wayl Marilyn Jesse
Buddy Heesch his frequent smiles Donna Callies
Marian Eden her graceful walk Miller Roskamp
Bob Downs his class ring permanently Katie
Janette Pruisnann her job as Mehlans baby
sitter Elvin Moore
Edith Krull her walks to school with
Vernon Louise Gilchrist
Delores Isebrand her ability to smash up
fenders Betty Ricklefs
Donna bmith her long hair Dean Kuchenreuther
Arthur Beenken his gift of gab Loren Hansam
Patsy Stockwell her dog house days Glenda McColley
Delores Franzen her ability to keep one man Joan Johnson
Billy Fritz his extra long underwear Dingy
Bobo Bruns his ability to raise a mustache Nancy
Joe Kline his tiny features Bonnie Schutjer
Earl Young his 'Donald Duckn talk Mur el schutger
ther Abbas ler 1 1 t ways C91 Verna Del Willis
Betty Ann Tjaden her abillty to sew Ellsy
Amanda Bruns her short skirts Amy Fisher
Robert Giddings his calmness Herbert Tjaden
LaVonne McColley her continual talk about
the boys Anna Grace
Anton boeckholt himself to anyone who wants him
Emmagene Schmidt ber laugh to Kenny Beenken thought he might
enjoy a change
Duane Boyken his excess chin Dick Gerdes
Narlyn Franzen his seat that he wished he
had by Doris Ervin Farenholtz.
Ralph Wesselmen his small ears Douglas Mechler.
Lloyd Krause his title of nGerman Valley
Flashn Loren Stecker.
The Senlors their sports ability to the undergrads
the senlors will that cute Ralph Wesselman Amy Fisher.
Zelma Nilsen her hips Gertrude Veer
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Without mu h thouvht we've come upon the follovinp
thlnvs as some of the most outstandlnv tralts that have made
T P a stranye high school what are they? Well, for
Art Beenken's adams apple what would Art be without
that? When he talks the rapid rise and fall of it is simply
Castor's absent mlndedness is somethinv T F S
w uld value very much if he for ot the right thinvs Perhaps
in a few years he'll train himself to for et the actual con
duct of evfryone and lve them all A's in deportmenf
What w uld thls hivh school be wltho t the pitter patter
of little do o and hls un oolts seine down the hallo Buch
toc qulet, I dare saf'
Althouvh they sufler in sllence there are three Q1P1S we
think who would appreciate wider aisles
don't mind thouqh, because the results are much more
funni r than his orlvinal thoughts any how
Yes' nc one ca forcet Miss Greber'a striped glasses
They say l s lve you that intellifent look That's okay
Mlss Greber if you can buy intelligence at a store more
power to you' As for Nr Gard he might as well Give up
his glass s could never eat Greber's
I ion't know what's becominv of this world the immad
esty of some people is shocking' An example Mr Gard actua
lly came to school without ris mustache! That's only the
beeinning h6's b en leaving it at home regularly For the
sake of modesty, pulleesel
The depression must be startinv for poor Amy and Joan
haven't the money to ouy a fountaln pen We senlors wuuld
certainly take up a collection lDelo cs Franzen offers to pay
half, but we're broke to so I Quess next year t ey'll have to
use a pencil
Buck Moore was the only one at Crrlstmas time not sins
ing the song UAll I Want For Xmas Is Ny Two Front Teeth W I
SUPPQSO that 5uck's teeth will probaoly always D8 in T H S
Some teacher is liable to knock them out Just for a souven
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e tl rt he has the cutest little ears!
bob Down's hlgh standard f cleanliness 18 a boal for
each and ever one of us An example? You've all noticed
how clean he keeps his ears so he can park hls bum behind
then lnat's cleanliness, brother'
l A6 certainly has lts snare of red halr It's a close
rice awonb Lloyd, Lnxagene, Bonnle, and the Eden lrls may
t e redest red head wlnl
Schenks brl ht tles and even orlbhter sox easily
tfert on Just don't for et your shoes snow too keep
on usfn bhinola snoe polish!
y u're ever 1 ask H153 harrls for a remedy She
LH s you reallse could Do on forever so to ma e a long
storx short Ju t look at ert Hoskamp and Marllyn Jesse
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As we look back through the year
Throu h our bayiety and tears,
We have memories of you
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From the lower grades we pass
'Till we re now the benlor Class
On again to soretlinb new
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lhe class of ' 9
Wants to thank their teachers fine
And our classmates below
we'll rember wherever we go
Now that our school days are through
It makes us feel a little blue
but we'll nave verories of you
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On may A the senlor class attended the second annual
Sklp Day at Storm Lake e be5a1 ou1 Journey at 5 OO A,N
and stopped for breakfast at Spencer Upon our arrival 1n
Storm Lake we were escorted on tours through Buena Vista
College, the meat Pacaing Plant, and ue Kalbs hybred Plant
We wltnessed the clowning of tie klnc and queen by Governor
seardsley and the parade before going uptown for lunch I
tne afternoon tne bojs att nded a ball game between Nestmar
and Buena Vista, wnlle the girls skated, rode the ferris
wheel, and danced at the Cobblestone During the dinner
nour ever,one freshened up for the cvenlng, whlch was spent
dancin at the music of Jimmy Barnette at the Cobblestone
lsr R w l ft to Plbhf-N133 Harrls, Catherlne Ortnel, Doris
Hofrann, Qonnle Gerard, Amy FlShoF, Joan Johnson, Sylvia
Va Hove, Betty Rlcklefs, Murlel bchutger, Phyllis Ullmann
Helen Roskamp, Anna Gnace Fal4er+s, Berdine Mans n, Don a
Hallie , 2nd Row DlCk verde , Loren Hansen, NllbuP N1ll1s
Alfred aade, S lvester VarHove, bllly Amesbury, Ellsworth
Heifner, Russel Kiley Herbtct Tgaden, Leroy Phelps,
Moore, mlvin Moore, Kenny Jeenaen
lst Row left to Fl nt Jarden Smldt, Leroy meenfen, Loroy
Wesselman, Janes Trlt 2nd Wow V nastor Loulse Gilo1r1s+
Pauline wlller, Glend 1 olley, Al ce Eden, Mary Ann Nord
an, oerfrlde Veer, Haney Adamson, Joann Ha en, Shlrley
Go tz, Jane Rin sdorf, Qiane Hoover, 3rd How Leona Hofmann
Dorothy DUDm1P8, Dou lad Necnlar, Rlchard Peterson, Harvey
Ise ra d, Kenny Krantz, Ervin Gahronnoltz, Larry bbyken,
Dean Klcnenroutner Rlchard lson, Roger BufflHbtOD, Carol
Carl on, Manryl Nelson
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Verng Dell Willis, Scherry Davls, Bonnie Schufqer, h1VlD8
Eden, Mary Ann Engstrom, Bernice Post, Rose Cordes, Sharon
Eden, Patty Schutjer, Sharon Callies, Sh rley Callles, Lavon
Boecxelman, Alvina Baade, Ruth Phelps, Warilyn Jesse, 3rd
Row Ronald Young, Billy Orthel, John Boehm, Verlyn Tgarks
hlwood Davis, Larry Kiley, Kenneth lgaden, Lawrence Loescn n
Davidcldamson, Harris Sonnenber , Roger Moore, Owen ljade
Vernon Krull, Jerry Schmldt, uonald Baade, Miller Roscamp
Rumors are flylng Did Zelna Vllson really ask Bllly Frlta
to take her to the Banquet?
Nhat s thls I hear about Delor s Isebrand buying three heavy
frying pans? Hmmm?
Another thlng I'm wonderln about, Nwhy hasn't Jane been
seen with a certair athelete lately9'
Could it be 81 F in history?
And what Sophomore girl is suppos to reoelve a diamond?
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school eyelng sore verv odd looking characters, who to our
surprlse tarned out to be none other than the new freshmen
T Now we had s n the e same 36 people everyday
for three weeks but at no tim hxd they looked like this
After iUQUlPlHf around we soon found out that this was the
beginnlnp of inltatlon week, and we do mean the b6glHDlDg
ere are some of tle things that we upper classmen had to
put up wlth
dressed ln blue jeans,rolled to thelr knees and hP1G there
by a green ribbon That isn't all every tlme the sophmore
class passed to and from a class,the freshmen were ordered
to stand untll every sophmore had beer seated or had gone
out of the assembly
On Tuesday,September 28 each freshmen wore hrs or her
regular clothes but they had to carry a green, nard boiled
egg around all day Wach tlme thev met a sophmore no matter
where they were, they had to tow to tfem
On Wednesday, September 29,each freshmen girl came to
school dressed in a skirt and blouse, and bobby socks held
up by men's garters Each boy w re overalls and carried a
baby doll around all day
On Thursday September 30 the blg and final day they
were really sights, for sore eves, that is They ranged
from babies the devll, a nurse, a death dodger, a black
mammy, Napoleon, a bull flghter, and a COWFlT1, to a bride
and groom Superman an invalid a bloomer girl, and a odd
At 15 minutes to 12, Thursday, the sophmores escorted
the freshmen up mainstreet for a parade and afew yells for
They were initated in the afternoon from 2 to Lg, by
the sophmores, with a little assistance from the seniors
fnatchl The mlster of cermonies was DEAN KUCHENREUTHER
And some of the things that went on L There was a wedding
ceremony which united MISS HARRIS SOBNENBERG and MR MARI
LVN JFSSE, performed by ROSE CORDES. To add a bit of real
excitment, there was a diaper changing contest by DAVID
ADANSON and RONNIE YOUNG. Oh yes, you should have seen the
areat artistic works of STANLEY RUCE and VERLYN TJARKS.
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Their subjects being MISS HARRIS, MISS GREBLR, NR CASTOR
and MR NETCALF While this was going on there arose an
awful odor in the assembly We had a little trouble f1nd
ing out what it was, but we soon discovered that HENRY DE
WALL and ROLLO NOORE were polishing each others toe nails,
and my what a very lovely color boys 1 One of the babies
RONLIE YOUNG by name, became very hungry so he was fed his
bottle by ALVINA EDEN Pe didn't drink all the milk and we
couldn't figure out why,unless it was because the milk was
sour While all this was going on, our water boy, HERMAN
UBBEN, was earrying water to the thirsty sophmores fromthe
Home Ec room up to the assembly Also as RUTH PHELPS was
dusting all the desks SCHERRY DAVIS was washing the black
boards, and ALVINA BAADE and MARY ANN ENGSTROM were sweep
ing tne assembly fboor and hall
The king and queen for tke day were elected by the
assembly They were BONNIE SCHUTJER queen dressed in
a very short skirt, blouse,straw hat, cute pantaloons, and
the klng DAVID ADANSON dressed in long underwear, diaper
baby bonnet, and the top of a two piece bathing suit
was also bare footed
The whole affair, was ended by a high school party in
corted to a very beautifully decorated gymnasium The eve
ning was spent by dancing to the music of the phonograph
Towards the end of the evening lunch was served by the
sophmores class After eating we adjourned for home, rem
embering the fun we had during the whole week
HIGH SCHOOL SKATING PARTY
On March 28, the high school and faculty enjoyed a
skating party at Harold's Roller Rink
One main feature of the evening was the show by the
M good senlor skaters namely Ralph, Marlyn, Art, and Bob
The main attraction and turn1ng point of the evening was
the pile up which consisted of Grgber, Mehlen, and Nancy
A good time was had by all Thanks freshmen for mak
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Ann Dedall evtrly stacker, Norma Norland, Carol Callles,
Mary ljaied, Wanda alk rts, DGPHLC Goetae, Prl ollla
Stoocwell, Ma lene Dewoer, Agnus Jensen, Leona Jllson,
Jarrel rammond 2nd Row Cale Gerard, rraxrlln Pnulsmann
Edward L 1 on, Pe1l1n Bartelt, Rwnald Nelson, Duane Swith
Kenzy Korie, Elxln oec nolt, aul hromi a, Davld Honlen,
Robelt Hohn on, WlCH3ld Metoali
lst Row left to rlbht Mrs Oestorre cher, Ve la Jane , Sharon
Rin5sdorf, D8PllyH Callies, Dorls A cuenreather, Shirley Lden
JanesAmesbury, TanJce Slll, oolleen Rlppenfro , Kathleen
Young, Phllls Swyter 2nd Row tarol Johnston, Llalne Sonn
engerg, Eldon McColleJ, Larry Peterson, Glen Jelo, Donald
Ripoentrop, Russel Fisher, Donald Gerdls, Hobart Hofmann,
Paul Carlson, Marlyn Ber uson, Kent Hoover, Rlta Mlller,
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Gailene Gray, larion Javis, Marilyn Davis, Patricia Dou han,
Rhonda Hammond 2nd dow Lynn Struthers, Kenneth Loasts,
Robert Pruismann, Larry Thomsen, Keith Bartelt, Frank Falkert
Ronald Huisman, Luverne Hanson, James Honken, Aartin Norland
lst Row-left to right-Miss Hesvik, Norma Gerdism Doris Hipp,
Sharon Smith Gracie Iieifner, Judith Meyer, Ruth Boyken,
J0yce McGuire, Mary Carlson. 2nd Row-Milton Taft, Gerald
Helhousen, Richard Doughan, Harold Bockelman, Russel Sonnen-
berg, Wayne Bartelt, Robert Seefeld, David Rippentrpp, Roger
Rippentrop, Lee Stockwell, Jerry McGuire.
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Joan Kell, Nancy ljaden, Phyllls smltn, 2nd Ro: W tty
Hatten, Nyrna Norland, Jennls JIUJGD, Chrls Meyer, heal
Lueschen, Jackie Davls, Cral sathoff, J1m,y Nlller, Harold
DeWall, Kent Qlppenfrop, U rald litoen, Tanlce lntermill
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lst Row left to Tight Miss Olson, Dawn Beenken, Donna Beenken
Diane Kromlnga, Beverly Richter, Sharon Ferbuson, Phyllis
Fisher, Virginla Swan 2nd Row Darrel Wubben, Gary Jesse,
Arlen Bilsborough, Julius Stecker, Wendal Schutjer, Lloyd
Bartelt, Clinton Eden, Michael Nelson, Ernest Carlson,
Allan Boyken, Ronald Boyken.
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Cora Belle Stecker, Jean Meyer, Rosslyn Mlller, Narlanne
Rippentrop, Iarilyn welhousen Orla Jane Anderson, Frances
Bahlinb, Beverly Ringsdorf, Gero 1a Dodfelson, Lella Larsen
2nd Row JoAnn Baade, Jane Kell Charlene Thomsen, Kenneth
Pruismann, Lowell Bilsbbrough, Reber Qelbsamen, Rodney
Hansen, Billy Abbas, Richard Hench, Paul Mardorf, Lloyd Pomner
Patrick McGuire, Kay Ann Lockrem, Joan Korte, Julia vuboen
lst Row-left to Tight-MPI. Klinger, Delilah Jandl, Ardith
Brandt, Beverly laack, Lennra Huisman, Verna Lee Gray, Sally
Davis, Edith Husinga, Sylvia Eden, Kathy Buffington, Sandra
Gartner. 2nd Row-Gary Michaelson, Eugene Jesse, Dou5las
Swan, David Smidt, Brent Keil, Kenneth Hansen, Hadley Castor
Kenneth Carlson, Kenneth Smith, Allen Mardorf, Terry Rings-
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llnton came a a tor's invItatLon to speak to
tue HL n school stuients hr astor was a stuient at Upper
Iowa U lvelslt w1e1 Dr tllmton was a m11lster there
"yature Aro I s fOT1lH5," was the be,innlng of nls
speech We mll tlou nt It vas OIUO to be boring when he be
gan wlth the former auotatlon, but we were all greatly
nistak n He s oke to s about the Unlted Nations meeting
in California, which h attended and about some of hls
etperlences in the ministry
follows The nuslc lS sung according to the muslc scale
TdhR IS AN IOM hIGH SCHOOL
If IS OF GRLAR RENONN
YJU ASK ML NHIR TO FIND IT
FIIONKA IS THE TOWN
THe SfJDbNlu Ann NO ANG'LS
PIL BA ULF! has NJ NGS
BUT WHEN TFUY OhT FOorTHLR
THEY CAN DO A LOT OF T1INGS
APIFXL T I T O N Y A
Senior Pheasant Supper
On Monday evenlng, Nov 29, at 6 30 the senior class
held a pheasant supper with the hi h school teachers as
t1e1r guests The supper was held in the Home Ec room
whlch was beautifully decorated by the senior girls
After school was d1SmiSS8d, the senior girls started to
prepare the meal The boys brought the pheasants and the
girls fixed them for supper After the supper we adjourned
to the kitchen to do the dishes with a little assistance
from the boys, natchl
"Pop," queried Hadley," How do they catch a crazy man?"
"It's easy," said Mr. Castor sourly, "A little rouge and
lipstick, a hairdo, and a pretty dress U
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Joe Hatten of Bancroft, one Ol the outstandlng pitchers
of the Brooxlyn Dodgers and one of the hlgh ranxlng pitchers
of the Natlonal League, was town Monday afternoon n
October 25, and talked to the boys and glrls of the hlgh
school and seventh and elghth grades
Joe, who is admlred by all the North Iowa Base ball
fans, told, the boys and glPlS that he was not much of a
speaker, but he did answer a lot of uestions that were
a bas58 lyregagidggagggdhlg si? SBQARQEB SERS AS? E att? gn
Dodgers We enjoyed listedlng to his speech Very much
On Thursday November ll, an Armistlce Day proaram was
held at the nlgh school assembly, whlch started t 10 5
The program was sgonsored by the American Legion and
Veterans of Foreign Wars Taps were sounded by nobert Downs
and Joan Johnson, while all the others remalned Standlng
Iusic by the school band dlrected by Mr astor, and a poem
read by hrs Bay Lallles, and an address by dev James were
also presented it the close the band played nThe Star
Spadgled Banner , while the others remained st ddlng fac ng
the flag, untll the veterans left the assembly
You, by attendlng these probrans, axe shovlnf your
patrlotlsm and your appreciatlon of our boys w1o bave thelr
tlme or their llves for thelr country
School was dismissed at noon
On November 2, 19 8, whlle all the peoyle mere VOtlHg,
we, the members of Titonaa Hi h School, had an electlon of
our own Speeches were glren by the representatlves of the
Democratic and Hepublican partles Bonnle Glrard and Zelma
Wilson spoke for the two partles P6SpCCt1V6ly Who syome for
the nProgressive Partyw, well, from thls standpolnt every
thing was silent no one wanted to speak for this party
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The following were sworn in as judges and clerks by Mr.
Clark: Delores Isebrand, Delores Franzen, Deona Johnson,
Joe Kline, and Robert Giddings. The sample ballots were
given to us by Mr. Clark. According to the high school the
following people were the victors in the election: Dewey,
Warren, Gillette, Beardsley, and Evans.
On Tuesday, October 12, a representative from Curtis
Company was here about selling magazine subscriptions as has
been the custom here for several years We were working for
a recording machine this year
There was a race between the boys and girls of the high
school with Burdine Hansen as girl's captain and Sylvester
Van Hove as boy's captain Art Beenken was Business Manager
The winners this year were the boys, with Robert
Giddings as single winner selling S51 OO worth of subscrip
ions The girls winner was Shirley Callies selling 821 OO
On December 17, the Seniors sponsored an all school
party honoring Mr Gard who was leaving The gym was
beautifully decorated The evening was spent in dancing and
playing cards A.de1ic1ous lunch was served at the close of
On February 38, we were invited to an all school party
sponsored by the unior class When we arrived we were each
given half a heart and sometime later in the evening we
found our partners for one dance The gym was decorated with
red and white hearts with one large heart for the guest
list The evening was spent by dancing, after which we were
Mr Schenk Can't, I'm a school teacher
Castor B ob, are you chewing gum or candy?
Bob Nope I'm just soaking a prune to eat at noon
Photographer: Look pleasant please.
The Junior-Senior banquet was held in the gymnasium on May
5, l9l+9. The theme was "The Stork Club." The entrance was
guarded by Ervin Farenholtz. Our motto, "Today we followg tomor-
row we leadn, was carried out in silver along the west wall.
At 6:30 o'clock, a delicious dinner was served and a de-
lightful program was enjoyed by all with Catherine Orthel, the
Junior class president, as toastmistress.
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Ma Prannigan - Emmagene Schmidt
Catalpa Tanp - Deona Johnston
Betty Brannigan - Patsy Stockwell
Dick Brannigan - Harold Heesch
Bildad Tapp - Keith Rruns
Cyrus Scudder - Lloyd Krause
Jeffery Scudder - Billy Fritz
dave Brannigan - felma Yilson
Kingston Campbell Arthur QCCHKGD
Prs Augusta Campbell Esther Abbas
Time A saturday morning 1D June
Place The Prannlgans' summer cabin ly a lake
in the Ozarks
Kaye Brannlgan returns from a glrls' school chuck
lull of culture She breaks with sturdy, dependable
Jeff Scudder and announces her engagement to Kingston
Campbell After learnlnv that the Campbells are comlng
to their home, the Brannlgans' disgulse thenselves
hlllbillles and reclele the guests durlng the absence
of Kaye Vhen the Campbells come they are horrzfied by
the may the Brannlcans act Mrs Canbbell fa nts and 1
ev ved by accidentally glving he a drlnl of oonshine
nder its in luence she confe sed that she is Qlldad
Taop's slster At last Faye 1nd a tl refuses to mar
ry kingston, a d the Eranrlvans ewoice tna+ mhgip
scneme had wo fed
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nave a hoooy of puttln lonely old new out of tneir mis
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miter Jonathan, trelr nefhew, comes home they
flnd out he ls an es a,ed convl t and hls physlcian op
erates on nls face to chan e his apfearance Later Jon
athan d scovers leddj orewster, ho tD1HkS he is feddy
Roosevelt, ana is dig lng Panama Canal ln their base
ment, wnere the old ladles nave buried Lhelr victams
It enos when the pollcenen pi k them up and take the
auntles and leddy to a sanltorlum, called Happy Dale
Phe love lntelest lH the play is provlded for
Mortlmer, another nephew, ana hls ll3HC6 Elalne Harper
tne g rl next door
abby brewster J Johnson
Rev Ur narper L Phelps
leody Brewster H Tga en
Offlcer brophy D Gerdes
Officer Allen L moore
Mlrtha Brewster A llsler
Elaine Harper Ortlel
uortluer Brewster R Moore
mr uibbs R Kiley
Jonathan Brewster E Heifner
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Lleutenant Rooney A Baade
lr vltherspoon S Van Hove
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lhe local contest was held 1n the hl h school audi
torium on February 10, wlth the followln people JiVlH
Betty Ann Tgaden
'ary Ann Nordlan
lhe Unlno n soldler
In Memory OL Our Herolc Jead
Runnln sores of Our Lands
The Jnflnlshed Fi ht
Nln less VlCtOPJ
The Happy Prlnce
As lhe Herons rly
Jhere She vas
At the Declam Contest
The Jukes Family
At this contest the Jud es plcked the following peo
ple to go to the preliminary contest which was held at
Crystal Lake on February 21 Betty Ann Tjaden, Mary Ann
Nordman, Joan Johnson, and Herbert Tyaden, In this pre
liminary contest, Mary Ann Nordman, Joan Johnson, and
Herbert Tjaden, each recieved a one ratlng On March
these three went to Humboldt for the sub district contest
where Mary Ann Nordman and Joan Johnson received a one
Lloyd Will I know anythin when I come out of the
Nurse Jell, that's expecting an awful lot from an
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2nd Ro: Catherlne Orthel, Esther Abbas, Herbert Tgaden,
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lst Row left to right Emmagene Schmidt, Maxion Eden, Betty
Ann Tgaden, Delores Isebland, Phyllis Ullmann, Mary Ann
Nordman, Shlrley Goetz, Alice Eden, Jo n Johnson, Dlanne
Hoover, Amy Fishel 2nd Row Dolotny Dunmire, Alvlna Baade,
Carol Carlson, Glenda McCo1ley, JoAnn Ha en, Loulse Gllchrisi
Edith Krull, Sylvia VanHove, Sharon Callies, Leona Hoffmann,
Nanryl Nelson, Marilyn Jesse 3rd Row Amanda Bluns, Ruth
Phelps, Paullne Miller, Rose Cordcs, Gertrude Veer, Betty
Ricflefs, Mr Castor, Delores Franzen, Anna ralkerts, Shirley
Ca lies, Jane Rln sdorf, Donna Callles, VernaDe1l W1l1lS
lst Row-left to right-Louise Gilchrist, Emmagene Sch idt,
Edith Krull, Delores Franzen, Joan Johnson, Donna Callies.
2nd Row-Shirley Callies, Jane Ringsdorf, Mary Ann Nordman,
Shirley Goetz, Sharon Callies, Dianne Hoover.
t o amd seftette went to Garner NBPCD 12 for the
They ooth recelved a ratlnv of two
trio sanp HPet:r a U ana Tnree Little Maids The
any 'VHit6 Clover nl Toe sleigh
O rls glee cllb ani tne band went to Ruthven for
thenx contest on Aprll P Tme lee club sane two nunbers
def tele H Hear a Tlxu at Vven and uThe Cxechoslovaxian
Dance Songu Tue rece ved a rat of one On Apl l juth
tle went to spencer aud rece ved a ratlng of two
HG band Ula ed nfhe TP8V6l16lu ani nCyrere Tney re
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F vln oore dat dld yom shwrtv
H13 1Otl8l sent lt to tae laundry
lK11 Toly Cow" The w o e 1lStOly of A161103 was on the cuffs
They do saf ' sald rvln he 1 tantlw nThat klsses are the
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A Pats! come ln extra late one night her fatder says
quote, U'hat's the matter, doesn't your self starter wor
anyno1e9H Datsy nlt doesn't mattel as long as there is
an old crank in the house H
Mehlan to the 'rs I'll meet you half way I'll admit I'N
wrong nf you'll adult IVM r ght
Love nay be blind, but lt sure flDdS it way around ln the
A calf on a curve 1sn't half as dangerous as a curve on a
calf, but the new look has put the cali in the barn
Longer skirts are Just like prohlbltions the JO1DtS are
still there, but they are harder to spot
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1 r If the fall season wlnnlrq sever and los r three for a
lcces 1 sea Two of the defeats COTlY7 from the hards
of Barfroft and tte tker from Luverne
'ancroft defeated Iltonka twlce once durlnp a Sched
uled pare and the other n tke finals of the sectional to r
narent DY a score o 3 l
Witonka wot up to the finals of the sectlonal tourna
ent b defeatlnp Woden mn a close game 7 C On honday D1
vht tke Irdlans defeated Lfne Roca 6 4 to advance to the
defeated bf arcroit 3 1
NILILLUHTS L F F mhh TALL ShASOh
e fl? fall ba ehall teaw played nirht games at
Barcroi for the flrst t re 1D the blstorx of lltonka ligh
T tonxa collected 5 hits to tke o ionents 40 hits dur
ir? the fall season
Keith druns Ellswortl Helfner and Bob Downs shared
the Iitchlng duties, but Bob Dowrs was lost elrly in the
season on the pltching staff beca1se of a chipped bone
Flve of the six senlors had averages over 300
'ost of the players on the ltlvting llne up were
seniors ard will be missed on t e squad next year Thev are
fob Downs Keith Bruns arl Young, Harold deesch Ralph
Hesselman ard sill Frltz,
The 1Udl8HS were at bat 298 times to heir op,orents
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Bue to the early publication of the " 8" annual, the
spring baseball had to be left out, just as this annual has
to leave out their spring baseball, therefore the "L9 8
will have the spring of " 8" baseball
During the spring season the Indians won games fnd
lost S games, with Bob Downs and Keith Bruns then junta S,
performing most of the mound duties
The teams most steady hitters and posting averages f
over 300 are Keith Bruns Keith Young, Bob Downs, and Harold
Fenton beat us in the finals of the sectional tourna
ment in a thrilling 12 inning game by the score of 2 l
'It's the little things in life that tell,' said
Esther Abbas as she yanked her kid brother from under
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lst Row left to rlsht Paulllo mlller, Helen Roscamp, JoAnn Hafen,
Harrls, Zelma vilson, Deona Johnston, Janette Pruismann, Coach
fenlan Jane Rino dorf, Esther Abbas, Patsy otockwell, Miss Greber
lst Row left to Flight Kenny Krantz, Billy Amesbury, Robert Downs,
Kelth Bruns, Larry Boyken, Ellsworth Helfner, 2nd Row Elvin
Moore, Dlck Gerdes, Alfred Baade, David Adamson, Raloh Wesselman,
Herbert ljaden, Dean Kuchenreuther, Coach Mehlan
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lne tcnka Indian S uaws had ulte a successful season
lS ye LC dld much better than we have done in a few of
the JF6VlOlb years Ne won 8 games, lost 8 games, and tied
JG started the season out wlth Abbas, Isebrand, and
Tohnston a the forwards and Pruisman, Roscanp, and Sharon
Callies as uards Thls setup did not last long, as coach
declded to chan e us around So, he played Abbas, Johnston,
and Roscawp as guards and Sharon Callies, Shirley Callies,
and Rin sdorf as forwards Of course we seniors protested
to thls at first, but after arguing and thinking it out, we
decided lt mlbht not be bad after all, thus we stayed with
The total SCOPlHg for the year was 9 Just a little
better than the vear before, which was 22 Our score w
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We seniors wlsh to thank Coach Mehlan for the help he
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remenber you and all the little talks we had in the cage
Ve also want to thank Miss Harrls and Miss Greber for
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Good luck to the underclassmen ln their future years of
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