Titonka High School - Indian Yearbook (Titonka, IA)

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The Home of if THE 1956 INDIAN iniq'-Wm' f -'tiff Tltonka 'V' Zi,-,,,,.-f!" 0' T k Iowa Hlgh 4 lton a School , Q .F QP - -, , N 5 :. if A o . 'il ' A Q14 , , v . . -if - - 'o .P . ' r o ,Z 5. Q ,,,, .,.f-W V I I 1 lf f if for I 0 Living ' 5!fTs:'gL""""" 1 ""f" :gill ' - - - Q - 16 4-Q--- 14 4 'P VJ'-,Q-214' 1 .-ff A H--"1 ' First Row: L to R: Mrs. and Mrs. Howard Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill, Mr. and Mrs. Telko Stacker, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boekleman, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Seefeld. Second Row: Mrs. Henry Radamaker, Mrs. Bernard McGuire, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffington, Mr. and Mrs. Henry May- land, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Hove, Mr. Joe Doughan, Mr. and Mrs. Ularance Akkerman. Third Row: Mr. and Mrs. Ted Van Hove, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Smidt, Mr. and Mrs. Meindert Ullmann, Mr. and Mrs. Sly- vester Arndorfer, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tjaden. Fourth Row: Mrs. Lem Stockwell, Mrs. Elmer Gerdis, Mrs. Recca Hipp, Mr. and Mrs. Ubbe Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. John Welhousen, Mr. and Mrs. John Asche, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tjarks. Dedication We, the seniors of l956, hereby dedicate this annual to our parents who have helped us through our school years by giving us their patience and understand- ing. We would like to thank them in this way for making our graduation possible. Z X XS Superintendent MR W P TRUESDELL Admml tratlon 3 O I O Principal W. P. TRUESDELL, SUPT. School: Iowa State Teachers, State Uni- sity of lon-.' . I year Graduate work Q 1 at tahgt 1 e I th Socral Stu S1 Q. T ICVACL 1 Hugh School Facult RUSSELL E SCHAUB H E R OD School Iowa Wesleyan School Wartburg College DGQFGG B A Degree What taught here 8th and 9th Mathemat What taught here Phy Pd C qch and rcs 8th and Qtr Scrence Baseball Corprefclql Years rn Trtorka I Years rr' Trtonka 3 SYLVAN THIESSE PRINCIPAL es, j B EASTQN School Mankato State Teachers Iowa Deoree B A Degree B S andM A What taught here Englrsh Drrver Tram what taught here IDIIYSICS lndUSU'1Gl mg Dec araatron AHS Geometry Yeore m Tltomco 3 Years rn Trtonka 6 BUTSFORD LUMBER C0 WM NOTHWEHR MANAGER Qualify Building Materials Thanks Iowa ,,- LYLE OPHEIM School Luther College Degree B A What taught here Phy Fd Coach Bro logy Hrstory Years at Trtonka 3 4 ver a SUI. Ilearo : I'. A. ahzi M. A. l , i Wh U lor : .2 S ' . ares. -A i ' Q' cl I tea 5 rn Ti r" z 3. , ' , X . . 0 1 A A :EL S. I - ' ,fl ' : . , ., o ' , A 1 ' , - ' - A, I ' : -if School: Iowo Stote Teoehersu State College, University of Minnesota. , , . I I 2 if 'mf' Jw' 5 - . ,' . Q Q ' Q 4 I SX- In 1 ' I ' MISS GLADYS SLEICHTER c ool Io CI e eycn lrmce om S'o'e Te C es Un verS'3 of o f' o eue XYHVCISIY o lion. 'le 1 eq ee B S Vkhot tough' here home T c Yeore m Tltonko 1 MEHLAN S SUNDRIES Sodas Smiles and Saflsfuctlon Tnonko Iowa DONALD MULTHAUF School Loroe om Drake Deqree B M E Nknot touq here Proie Vocal J Years ln T tomccx 3 MRS EDWARD BRANDT OTH V, agree n X' vfl U MR R E LILJEDAHL XJE"GJ"1 rs Hll1SchooI Facuhy WAYNE PRINGLE 1 1cfJ S'o'e ex J 09 HARLEYR LEHMAN JR .5 lool '1 egree B S Vinci Juqht Iere xofitono' cg ulfue Year n Troma 2 3-fins T"' ree cm-3 U VJ um r- or uchool 5 Grade Facult FIFQL Row L to R Niles Lenore lxettwlck Mrs Walter Baade Mre Marv Oeeterrelcher, Mme Bettw Tax lor Vllw Helen Stenzel 'Shes Allce Mever Second Row Mre Nhller Iweleon Mlsa Kathryn Gorman MISS Martha Dontle, Mrs Edward Qat- , Board of A W Education xxa- 'K L to R Mr Lester Eden, Mr George Seaberg, Mr Walker McDonald, Mr Evert Sleper, Mrs Homer Downs, Mr H W Kxtzmger Mr Harold Gartner, Super1ntendentW P Truesdell Sponsored by JOHNJ LESIAK MD Tltonka Iowa 6 - f v1 ,sf L- A W .2 t ,, I x 5 is 'M 'b L ' Fw L, 'V 7 Cx 3' Q, xl- . x. , , kv, - JA' ' , , H - .Q ': 1 ' "V, . , K . ' 5' L' , A lf, , , . Q. . A Y . :...r' '. ,.'. " ,I ' . hoff, Miss Velida Brune, Mrs. Robert Budlong A f 1 rd a a M M A 5:3 ' -: J l . 9 I' ' 1 P I 'r 4- 'K it l ' 0 l 1 ' .eg t .gs I , I, I A , 'Y a M1 1 i s l N NC. l re L l l I O . I Q I u c ' 0 , 0 . I Office Secretary MISS ELAINE SONNENBERG Custodian MR EDWARD Tumer HARMS Cafeteria L toR Mrs E11erLBoyken Mrs Re1nderKro mlnga Mrs Alfred Boekles Mrs Lem Rockwell Bus Drivers L to R Mr Earl Stott Mr Tom Loats Mr Dlck Glfford M W11lG1rard Mr Wllbur Sexton Mr Ted Dunmxre Mr Rxchard Isebrand Mr Bob Lang i JOHN SEXTON 8- C0 'Q'- The Nahonal Cham Wholesale Grocers P 0 Box J S Chicago 90 llllnols 7 Student Council Frrsn Row L to R Verna Grnx Beverlx Rlchtor Geralclme llllmann Darlene K 8ll19S, Nlarlone Qtecker Second Row Jeffrex Boxken Lorrame Qbeclxer Cora Bell 9Lecker Bettx llatten Niarv Lou DlmOI'lCl Daud Smxd Thlrd Row Sld Buffln en t Nlr Thxeose ton Dlck Dou han Denm lxrommga, Bob Qeefeld Allen Box lfxrqt. Row L to R Verlene Nlawland Donna Akkerman, Shlrley Arndorfer, Nlarllxn Vlel housen Second Row Judy Mc-lhan Geraldme Ullman Dlck Doughan, Norma Gerdxfs, Dorls Hlpp Thnrd Row Mr Thxefsse, Darlene Callxes, Beverlw Rlchter, Sld Bufflngton Jerrx Mc Cxulre Myrna Iworland 8 DAVID RIPPENTROP Rupp The het hes kept the worst he s grven Plays 3 4 VERLENE MAYLAND Lenny I never dare to act as unny as l can Vocal l 2 3 4 urrls Manager 1 2 3 ':""" Declarr 4 Plays 3 4 Annual 4 Seniors LAVERN MEYER Red Look out qrrls here l come Vocal 4 Plays 3 4 KEITH VAN HOVE lyot a women chase' but never a pass er by ball l Xocal l DAVID BOEKELMAN Buck A frxendly guy for a pal Baseball 1 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 Plays 3 4 MARLENE STECKER tec s Who's qorng steady rn hrqh school'9' Cheerleader l Band Z 3 4 Vocal 4 De-clam 4 Plays 3 4 Student Coun c1l 4 9 ' 0 ,,, - ll ll F . Q ' ' C -1 Q A ll "' 11,0-, nf A flfffsv - ff: 1, ,l f' 1 in, :A ' I ' A ' ' A 0 I , l' F 1 n so , 11 1 " I .Il 11 ' - If Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Plays 3, 4: Base- . r sa . u 11 ' ,Q ' I A I - ll I - u n . If - ll 5' will - us k n 4 11 - - - I 01 DONNA AKKERMAN on ere l sat tu xlnq Mtn 1 "" 'O cmd l 2 ocul l lc Y .I l Annual 4 Curl s lv cnuqer 4 CAROL ASCHE Asche O G Ii C, E'lllZ9 n OIT 'Nr b3set1 Gll 0 Pln ec nn its .gybi Sensors RICHARD DOUGHAN Duck Not boshlul ju t qmet rcetk fill l 2 L.1ent COll!lC1l v l 3 4 llc1ys3 Annuclfl DONALD RADMAKER Rats l c e m will n lc the nur' be O s e s 335 eflca l l l 3 1 3IS9DCIl 3 MERLIN VANHOVE lle thlnrc Jclnq lcndy 15 n nnscullne neo pl hr' en X J 1 '9 QW Y 1 LORNA TJADEN A'er man cunne worcm and Lorna s been after hm ever slnce Bcsketbolll 2 3 Vocoll 4 March 1 Ecmdl 2 3 4 Drczrrutlcs 3 4 PlcIys3 4 'O 2 3 4 Foot Alf 'L - IID ll -1 -Q", A "Th , l' " ' :Ly :.1nd." 4 ' M B ,:V .2,3:VyS3,4: I ri if ,Y , ' I D' I 1 . N... E' ' is X A X :ml A A Mx ' : .Fill . un . Ki l l C II ll "No n fzeel ., I X r l that l'm 3 Q 'lf ' lflflll. ,V 'F 5 ll 1, 2, 3, A17 Eicselu l. , 2, 7, Q fy 3, flf Fo Yllflll 3, 42 YS 3, 4: l -3 n - rl . J , - . ,ah , , A Af g,j,,g Bas' A ' , ., 3, 4, Sz ' "?'1f QFfff , , if : - N X H , ,X K4 1 ig n 11 '. A A A f "'l':kt nit, C: f3:oi's lzdd I i he I A " Ls 1 I I 'fl " 214.1 ,Pays ,ya 41 ,X,,,,: A l, 2, 2, 4. ff y , . . . , A W- S ' f V ' ' ' - 1, f f if - 1 ff . , ' f Band l, 25 Vornl l, ', , 5 ' bull AT f 5 V l' ' S 47 Flcyfr 3, 4. 1' 3, A 3- ' 4. , , , ' V, .. f Z3 ' js ,- f 6 , Q. -. f Us f V 'len 2 Q 5 X w V . 412 ll I -J fy hu , ' . ' ." ' , , : , : - 'UQ . , , : l ' , : , . DARRYL SPARKS - "Sparky" "A rtnschie: making ntonkey from his birth." Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 27 Annual 27 Plays 3, 47 Annual Editor 4. ,S 1-. fa S 14- -I V an.. . . 3 .N I-V. if , 4? .5 C7 fi.-is x ,fy Seniors N -l tt , S it 5 i - GERALDINE ULLMANN - "Gere" "l can live without poetry or walking, but who in the world can live without ROGER RIPPENTROP - "Reg" "To most people, nothing more troublesome than an effort of thinking." Basketball 1, 27 Football 27 Haze-ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Vocal 4. talking." Vocal 1, 2, 3, 41 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 47 Student Council 2, 3, 4,5 Plays 3, 47 President 4. moms HIPP - "Happy" "She has two M's in her life, Man and Music." Vocal 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 47 Dramatics 3, 4 Plays 3, 4: Annual 4. 1 1 if v x QV SHIRLEY ARNDORFER - "Amy" "Women ot tew words are often the best women." Vocal 3, 4: Plays 3, 41 Assistant Editor 4. in it LEE STOCKWELL "Such a plot should have a woman Il Vocal 1, 2, 4: Football 4: Basket- ball ly Plays 3, 4. SHIRLEY TJARKS Tlarks n t J we? nethull 1 tr 4 Voca Seniors GERALD McGUlRE Jerry X gf fx SIDNEY BUFFINGTCN I ll UH I X w U ani the has e arer t t e only placee an have lun F +511 a a e Annual 3 4 Ytuient CCIHQ11 A ww S JOYCE MCGUIRE . 4 1 ,J 5, 9 1, if ,t X I 5 xx f 1 X Q 4 N A, ' Jer evef, Qparkle wth thoughts rr crlet Cheerle ROBERT SEEFELD 0 ecan 4 Pays 3 4 Annua Somewhat ltvelre han hrs rrotlner talnks hr Voc'111 2 3 4 Pootoa113 4 student Counc1l3 4 Plays3 4. xrx X if ,Ml 1 ' 'W , JE '15 1 ' 4 , E ,-lll.- . "' J' - NORETA TRUNKHILL - "Trunky" "Late hours aren't qood for one, but 1t's alriqht for two." Band 1, 2, 35 Vocal 1, 2, 47 Basket- ball 1, 27 Cheerleader 47 Dramatics 3, 4. 'vp N Z' MERLIN BARTLETT Never lets h s 5lUdlGS V1 loo GAUCGIIOD vwQ4 xr., NORMA GERDIS 'l thmk l need rcxperowe nys 3 4 :no K0 No ol Nu. r rl, bs Student Counc l Annu 11 4 lnterfer mth I X35 GERALD WELHOUSEN Hier fou yen G ful 9fV19 l Leung lfnd o'f M15 c l Elgys 3 4 Norm LDV Seniors 'W 5 Smal 1 Football 2 3 4 Pays Q l will 13 GARY smmr smmy I fervor o 4 ve day week-eng Baseball 1 2 3 4 Bosketbolll 2 Plczys3 4 Footbc1ll2 3 4 Classroom Scene ' "W r f Sf of fitlx. :3 YS, f "" l f ll l .H f .Q -Q -.. I 1 5. f - , . . M ff f O ll ll I ,,', ll K, Pl , 7 'X S' tlmll l, 2, 3, 4: 5 ' ' C 1, 47 .1':'.i.' nd l, 2, 3, 47 i . f ..--- . 1 lg r . W - ,,, ,f Y wiavjjs- 3 Qs V IIA . 1 - ' ,- 4' A -NU' ', f Q," . ,, hi3..'gh:sc1 l K. ' ." 3 'fx ' 1 1 ' . . : 1 ' 3, 4. ,s n . n . , 2' " 'H , , , : , K - Q 1 I , , . ,W I P . I' 1. Y fl' Neal Loeschen Myrna Norland 7-, Gerald Wrbben Lourse Boyken QB Duane Beenken Jackre Gerdls V Bobby Frrtz Phyllis Werland JOHN B ISEBRAND 3 QS Kent Rrppentrop Lrnda Nelson 1? NS. Eldon Krause Mane Weln 5 Nvf.5 Denms wunben ft I ' Harlen Stecker xi .r. Harold Wubben Marian Meyer Wayne Bartelt Warren Truesdell Betty Hatten brarg Sathofl Nancy Tladen Judy Stecker Jamce Harms Darlene Callres Russell Sonnenbers LaVonne Beenken HBFOIU USWBU Joyce ISGUFEHU Denms Kromrnga Sharon Carroll Glen Schmidt Juniors Burlder and Contractor LAWRENCE HEYER Ph 130 R 2 Tlfonkq lowq Portable Mlllrng 14 Tltonko Iowa Corrnne Zwrefel 1-1 5 'Q so .5 Q 4575 agree Mary Trunnelle ,,. Rrchard Mayland Donna Beenken Ronald Boyken Slnrley Parcel Lora Vhllemssen Darrel Wubben N--. .. Jerald Harms Scherry Stecker Tmdy Bess Alvm Meyer Emest Carlson Narvrn Stroebel Vrrgrnra Swan 'Fi as Arlen Brlsborough . 5:5 5" . . gf - ' ii Q i f lr 9- ., 4, , k V An ' ' ' . - .. - I' t , W V fx,-5 wth V -,VI 5 , ,I Q 5' .0 - r , Q X1 A, f. . J 1 f 'Q , ai.: ,H I -A , P, L 2 1 f A i 1 , ,. ll- .rf-r , I. 5" A -A 2.5 X Q - 5 X 8' ri N, F Q ' . . Q n Q 1' ' l A' 4 ' X ,gk Q' K 1 v I, - 'A Y 'fi . , ff ' - if? 7 QF' , Ac gy , , ' -2- J, - , . - - ,. D 'V -, L , eu -Q -ef ,, " 4 - "" 4 -, . V A .X ' n X - f . Q 1462 fl ' l 'ig ,Q if Eli 5 y U 1 K 'wx s A ' 'li' ' " A VG' ' ': Erktgg .- I ' I Y' Al ve- if, ff I 5 rx . vi 1, -I . 'Q' x - -x A l - . x I a R - Z1 ' . - . 4-w e rv- f -A a l e , e e Q' li l ' 3. N Q 1 'V A' K A Q1 w e ,inf 'eb .. 1 is ' ' I 'in V 1 1 if ui A X A. V rg:-1 .. . f --:12 .3--,f I O 0 I I Wendal Schutjer Drare Kromrnga Gary Sleper Dawn Beenken Clrnton Eden KY? Floyd Ullmann 15 Vrrgrnra Frrlz Allen Boylren Gary Pearsun 'B Janrce lnrermrll Julrus Stecker vi lv 'Ll K. Beverly Rrchler .libs B' Merle Phelns "Y"-V' as Ln U3 fb ra' :l ID CL CU 3 Vrrgrnra Mrller Clrnton Asche I' an Bruce Stacker Faye Ann Smrdt H11 Sandra Germs Lloyd Bartelt Mrchael Nelson Harold Harms Sophomores HAMILTON HATCHERY R C A Televrsron i V? Sharon Rrppentrop Y Y? Ronald Hanna i R'Cha'd Tfunml' Joann Baade Jack Trunkhrll Q 8 Patty Wrllrs Lowell Brlsborough Judy Bufflngton Barbara Rrngsdorf Rrchard Hench Marranne Rlppentrop DICKY Hafiefl .4 Jrmmy Thacker Betty Doughan Lalonle Hlll vv Hanan Hanna Marrlyn Welhousen by Marrlyn Akkerrnan James Meyer fi Ellen Nelson E Georgia Godfredsen Julra Wubberr Pat McGurre Mary Lou Drmond Roger Rerbsamen ,V Orla Anderson x I X Lavaughn Akkerman Rodney Alexander Joy DeGolra d WE Phrllrp Asa Lloyd Pommer Cora Belle Stecker Frances Bahlrng Bully Abbas Freshman 16 i' A e ' p . Q a p , .,. , ,J 4 1 Vx' NN Fw ' 'L 3 ella if . y K - . s 4 "' 4. 4, R 0' ' X , . -ji xv . X LX . - x . ' i X K 'J A f' nf . sm 1 ' We ' ' , 4 . K is Il 4 7- KS o , 1 ' Q f . ' . lf ' ' ' rf --A as x A . . pf . - , .--. ' I ' -. K ' . w I Xw . ' .., xx 1 xi X -sug - y x , , . Xe it A W J- il? - I A A . 1 er A A 'xx I ' v 5 if ' s 1 Y, , 1 I-' i A 1 x V43 Edrlh Hursrnga Jerry Buffington 4- 'T Gayle Sleeper Davrd Smrdt Ardrth Brandt Clarence Harms Sharon Schmrdt Wendal Werland ,. Leslre Pearson Glee DeGolra K 8- H CO OP OIL CO. Ed. Sothoff Mgr. Trlonko, Iowa Beverly Haack Edgar Meyer Gary Mrchaelson 'Su Mrldred Ullmann Mary Beth Stecker Edward M3Yl Arnold Schutter Sandra Smrdt J Margaret McDonald Judy Mehlan Eighth Grade 17 ...JJ Sylvra Eden Douglas Swan Gertrude Gerdr 11 NN Roger Arndorfer Verna Gray Larry Pearson q-4 Sandra Gartner 1-Q .fx Kenneth Carlson X9 Ruby Alexander STECKER'S FOOD MARKET Clover Farm Foods Trtonku, Iowa QQ I 'I I fx-rr'E I , o II 1 to ' 4 f ARK 1 Y: Q! , x Q 'X . f, I EE as x -6 I ' 1 I j K I sl 1 , N . X' X' x l 1 :- , ,S X I y 3' Hb , Q 'fy .fk I xx Y if tn' PN Margaret Brandt M, James Sparks Linda Ricks Doyle Trenew Mary Beenken 1 Richard Fritz Korene Fitch Larry Hill Mare Grgler Gary Beed L Nancy Boeck Frances BNHS Ronald Folkerts Kathy R John Cordes Judy Ostermann Dennis Rake Delorrs Jan s Jeffrey B "? L holt MN N Kermit Brandt Carolyn lntermrll Maurice Sathoff IA owen Lorraine Stec 2 Kermit Zwrelel Pamela Beals Victoria Rakow Lois Harms Leland Pearson Seventh Grade Donald Grgler 1 8 Janet Plarsrer Cr Sherry Wenger George Cunningham '5- Karen Van Hove key Karry Hill INTERSTATE POWER C Winnebago, Minnesota 8 Richard McGuire 0 LJ 4 Q X ' ' ff B za . If Y-" ' I , I X rw ' 2 - O 'J "' n -1. 5 , -1 Q ,g of ,. .Jiri-'TZ :Il -- '. Q . I B, 1 is 9 ' Q! 7, a " .L ' V ,ILA xi A 1 rt I . Willis Dverg Krantz ' ' . - - 4- '. ' N' J? - :E 9 -1- 'kv . fra..-K , ' ' 4 ,JI H.. .4 'r,,xA h Q, lp. . ' - 'R ' Hy - ' ' f ' . x . ., . , , E . . 0 K . ' - I Q' x XX, 'fb 1 Myer. , QV X gt 1 to 1 aude Bilsborough Sarabelh Brandt Teddy Stecker :Yah Betty Kr ley ti Ll Warn Beth Neeland eh 'S Vrrgrnra Gray I Phrllrp Seaberg Sue Callres Lf Krrk Struthers lorla Gerdrs Henry ullrr an Myrna Rrppentrop Sandra Kromrnga Bruce Akkerman Betty Grgler O v1.5 Denms Frrtz Rosawe Alexander X Glen Meyer Lonnre Gray Kathy Muller 1' -31? Davud Wrllenrssen Carol Swan Q-9 Lew-rs Greskrng Jr Juanlta Cordes Phyllrs Drmond -Q. Robert Harms Q7 Geraldrne Parcel Harlan Dellall 3 uk Harrret Ullrran Cara Doughan , 1 -4 f Brlly Carroll s-4 1 'KN Ardrtn Eden ,tjxx Arden Envelbans V Janet ar rn Darrell Isebrand Sixth Grade 6 . H7 I ' X 'vi 1 .X ' . . ' X ,I r , ff 4 A n 4 .5 9 BS., u 1 f 4 . -1: e . x a ' f s V .. A 1 QVQJ I lf ,Fx 1 r X. W lt , . X. r A , I . E X P 'Q ' r A I 3 'i d 5, , V 'IXQQ E , Q r Y. -4 1 ln . Amr Cram Q ' ' ' ' r , S l. g G., , , rv, rx L iv . ,GJ 4 A fig - ' , V l, ",' 5 K 'A ' , X - .U E 1 V Q 1 mi ' A 1 K I. X -xg V K4 VN E A . ' X 5. ,-: ' - N A ft. -- 19 3 Q . ' l 'io ' Terry Nelson Drane Gartner Rachel Carlson Judy DeBoer 5 ,ww W i 'w rr .' -'X . 5 , J Kathleen Eden 8 Regrnald Schutjer 1 q x T7 Brlly Mayland Wit XAY1 Janet Welhousen Joan Schmrdt Vrvran Pommer 'T 19 Jme Zwrefel . -O Q 4-9 if Jrmmy Rrppentrop Lane DeGoIra Roger Hursrnga Joan Beenken 'Q 'fx Lrnda Hanson Marx Boyken Janet Buffrngton Roger Gerdrs 5 Janrce McGurre Wayne Senne Jane Schmidt Jrmmy Parcel ls YC SJ' L2 Noel Krantz Elarne Folkerts Forrest R039 Janrce Alke :li ean lsebrand Herman Harms Ruth Wubben Rodney Hench Frfth Grade TITONKA TOPIC Phrl Jorens Publrsher Tlfonku, lowu Z0 . ,. 'Q y- A 44 A N X Q, Q if!! A - ' M ' , KH xx -mf-f. x QI, hx' "a -, Q A J J. l N wr" w .Z abr y,,'q1P,, E , ,Q A J g 1. I' . x.'v7"x-7 rf X' Lg JT , ,bug 1 1- - A - R-ll ' If ' ,- f F r xx -v'i - ' r' lx' H -f , grgg Of f' if J fi sr-an +22 , 4 R , ' ' ' J V O . D Q ts Lemont Slecker !"? Drana Boekelman Loren Pannkuk '59 1 Karen Bruns Drckre Buffrngton John Brandt Cynlhra Rakow if S Lrnda Smrdt Barry Wenger cr ,Alu 'K fx Janrce Ostermann Bobby Van Hove Jolrne Hull 'Q ,CQ-Y 'r Harley Beenken Kathy Trunkhrll Gary Smllh COCA COLA BOTTLING CO Mason Cnty Iowa W E LEY MOTOR C0 Ford Motor Co Lakota Iowa X H trrix Sherry Boyken Ronald Muller 4 YV Celrne Muller Q-Y v X James Slecker wr. .Graf Myrna Rake pf Sharon Greskrng Z1 3 no HH ff. Paul Muller Sheryll Gray Monte Hammond L 4 Mallore Beals wr' Yu.: Davrd Gray fb Barry Nelson Judy Frtch ,,.. Dennrs Schmrdt Q' Xxx! Lrnda Krause 'und Eddre Attrg 1"? S an ffl Vernon Burkhardt 'X Rachael Krnseth ik Roy Hutchrnson Peggy Mrchaelson Pi x I Janet Cunnrngham Kerth Hamrlton Fourth Grade I rl 5' -Q ' Q , ' ' 'U 4 3' A Q.. .X il x if K Q, I -. , 9 ' .- A N -. , , A W rx- 4 . - ' c -ll f yi! W .f 1, I 1' ' - , li. ' ,..- A X 4 V' a ,V x A 4- v ,.'l -UT -ip ' if X 5, QQ- I A Q -4 . X . .: f- -- --1 fs ,, , V Q V 4:3 , ' .34 5, st? 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Gary Smrdt Joan COSEFOVS Roger Akkerman Janrcg Larsen 475' Roger Tyarks Jerrann Bess Doran Dockslader it Cathenne Stecker LeRoy Bruns ZZ A'i,f-"" Verlus Burdhardt Sharon Harms Charlene Asa 'N n -O' in xv Ward Mehlan 'N ,Q x.J"x.J Lrnda Krantz FQ '09 Bruce Krtzrnger Judrth Seaberg James Nothwehr , 5- s..f Joyce Greskrng Mrchael lsebrand Lennrce Brlsboro Kerth Brandt iv of if r 'lf Lrnda Frrtz Thrrd Grade 1 ,J 'L' n I Q s 'S 'Y " E B Yi rw I X ' 'V1J'f 'R - 'la eg J ,. , 4 K-3 W I d y , , f E A-A, . 4 - V' .A - ig x D . , I. . Q 4 5. ' , ig ' -F . -we -4 - Q, Ag IQ .f JW' -.--v -... h H V, M 1. vi, ,. ., rg, XA 1 ,1 I 4 , is rl -. M -,X 5 i n g .. 4. L C , , Sl , i is 4. K E 5 L, 1,7 x A A - -- ... ' '- .1 A ,,- ' -- .I ws- -V " ff"" r , -1 as J ' 2 :pw f r,'l' , . Q .:' g, A lg' - ' - ' ' f , fav 'f x V 'X I m , I ofa , ' J l b ll4,,,,, D ' L F ' - - - 'lk 4 Q v - J ' - . - . 0- f, . - f' are A -' pls A A, . ' ' S - 'F ' , fr 13333 v H , 'fl .. E , . ,J . 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Q-I' Krrstrn Rakow Stephen Cosgrove Fu Smdra Schutjer 7 Dennrs Franzen Rrchard Spear Frrst Grade JoAnn Smrdt 11-5 i Alan Asa il B Carmen Beenken Russel Sleeper PN Jrmmy Mayland 'QT 9' I .JH ILL33' z-"N ,au Nancy Larsen Glenn Bartelt Sandra Hoover 'X ik 'Y , Ronald Gray lrrs Rrppentrop Darrel HHFIHS A I Jularne Thresse Cecrl Welhousen Rebecca TTUGSKICII K Bruce Hanson Lrnda Hrggens Vrrgrl Meyer Q5 ,- ""' rival Davrd lsebrand Sandra Carlson Paula Easton Ronald Pennrng Mavrs Harms R was 'E5 , Arvrn Burkhart V X Cynthra Budlong N-we 10' onald Boeckelman Leon Pillflkllk Dorothy Seebeck Mrke Schmrdt Robert Brand! Donald ltes ' L Davrd Schwenn Bury Rom Allen Hauen David g,,,,,h Russell Harms Sydelle Harms L-aWf9nC9 Ueeflkefl it Lmda Gingrich Dana Dockstader VIOICI Jafefl g T? L Gary Rrppentrop Barbara Post Russell Wubben my gil: Karen Eden Gary Haber Anne Hatten I' I' fi' Ynf' Beenken Gary Sweers Darrell Mrller Dean Stecker VERYL SCHMIDT ENCEMSMITH n d e a n Recreatron Parlor Trtonka, Iowa Tltonka, Iowa BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD KENNETH SWAN Homer Downs Ph 113 Furnrture Funeral Home Tnonka, Iowa Z5 Tlfvnku. low 4 :Idsf f . I ,-f- -X vw, I I. HK . V X .K , V ' v - , or 1 V , fr -1' X I 1. sf nv it ,, Q 3 :K f' ' L j - X XJ Y ' 5 1 . Q H ' A 5 its - BL. I F. 'E A ff? '-1 I ' " -"A ex Q I .r , ,- 1 4 3 . . ,, , , S , I, I '1i".'f-Xiu Sz f M ea A 54", rl X fl f- I , -'II' . Q '- H 'av . 'I- on , . I. ,,'- ' r u.. 'X A - f , , Y ' . A 1 ,jj . K- ' N-5 , r .4 1 ,1 s 'A - ffnf L. I 4, r 1 , K. 34 ,ri V K 'gs I S '- A -9 1 -' ra. Q 'D ' .., ' 3' I 'el .gf- ,V 1 l X N E11 ,as X ' "YY 4 ' rf fl: IL ' "xi .. 'Z' 'L I r 3 r rr I H ff H ft . ' 'x I ' I I I I , ml ' 'M ul , ' 'kg - v.' "Y, X 'li ' 3 ' 4 I I. f ' I " ti I' H :ls I . 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CQYBITIOHIQS The Freshman Imtlatlon, planned by the Soph omores was held a few weeks after school began The day of the lmtlatxon the Freshmen served as host and hostesses to the Sophomores by serv mg them thexr dlnners I wonder why every Soph more was so hungry that day Durlng the noon hour the Freshmen changed mto the clothes they were to wear the rest of the day Boys were dress ed like glrls, and glrls llke boys, and all of them dressed like some odd creature Durlng the last 26 actxvxty period the high school watched an unusual show put on by the Freshmen Dxd a certaln couple enjoy eatlng that dellcxous spmachf' In the evenmg the entlre high school enloyed a dance sponsored by the Sophomores The program conslsted of several humorous sklts whxch were presented at mtervals throughout the evemng by the Sophomores A delxclous lunch was served m the Iunchroom after the dance - r X .rv , if ,Y ' 44 . . . n - x " 1 I .4 n . u lx - " s V: 4 " -, q- W keg t l , ' Q F rf ' I 5 ' 1 . ', r , - 1 I, , . , H u s n , b ' 4 l 1 , U I H U . n A a 1 , A 5' ff H s r ' , . ',,n.?:1.sg:t?M , , u - ew- H . or I V-,QTY-"L 'fa , " Elgar .1 -':,H!vx'f17 Q-1, ' 'V ' V, I. x .M ' d f--, 'f - 4 N n . . n , , , . I . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOMECOMING The Tltonka homecommg, mae luld on October 0 'l lrul llunm 28 'Ihe football game between Ineonlra and Niall owned tlf 1? 1 1 1 om con n xr n fneralrine ard ended 1n favor of Tltonka 14 Lo 7 Your -as-mor mann I 00 mmf 3 lodl glrle were chown for cnlndldatfes for homecomlnp. or the hornuomln amrls The Senior rrarf, queen Thex were Marlene Sneaker Noreta Trunk the float for the queen hxll Norma Gorche, and Geraldine Ullmann ff 14 R ' 11 W Mill Homecoming -gnu 125 27 . ' ' ' f W ' ' f Th 954 liomfrlonling que-1-n. "2 ire, . ' 1 , "l ' - - cr' - S55 ll ,e- u u Ju 11-, f l' - , , ' ' ' . ' f ' lfll . 'farh high sch l r-lu-Q ,' lf f. ' 'sw .',.' "1 f x"g1p".'-,"s.l1 , 5' ' ,: . I " , ' '- 1 , . . , , , . . , . , , , , x l -1 ' l . 1 ' ., ,,. - s ,iffy :I , .-. ' 4 'Q l . 0 'X ...e e ..-.. fn., -1 Q- . l- fl-- .-4 sm- , f.. ?' ' w V . , P '.' ' ' in-5 '. F' f ff: fl" 'YU ' ive, lsitreol???? .ff l Y figs' l l, f gt v :felt .V - f' '. i if if + ft fill' 2, '1 if "-l' -i t if all is 1 1, HN ll X , ii 4+ l l f-' s 4-' Deep thought U -H' ' f What's going on ? ? ? ? Jr. Class Play lT'S GREAT T0 BE CRAZY Because Betty Lou has her poem printed in the school paper, she thinks she is a descendant of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. She and Bernadine write to a firm that "looks up family trees." The reply is intercepted by Mr. Maxwell. It states that his ancestors included Bluebeard, Lady Macbeth, and other unsavory characters. It adds that a men- tal change usually occurs about forty. Since Wil- bur and Hercules have decided to be magicians, they prepare for a "magic show". All goes well Whatalcissll!! until Pop walks in and sees the chairs hopping pictures rocking, and magazines bouncing across the room. He is sure that he is losing his mind and confides in Wilbur. Wilbur is so impressed that the boys decide to commute with the skeletons in the family closet. Gertrude and Louie hide in the closet, and are discovered by the boys. How- ever, everything ends happily when another letter arrives and corrects the mistake. Put if on straight W1 I . . Sleep walker 1- ,.r V. 1 dl F of Whatcha looklng at 7 7 7 Is lg done? ls the faculty hungry 7 7 7 pgs. Watch out' 7 9 9 Cleumng up What s so funny 7 7 7 'ipfx -4QN,, .1 A we 9. 'nv-. 1 1 Fryrng pheasant Pheasant Supper The Semor Class held a pheasant feed rn the school cafeterla on December 10 The gurls cook ed the supper and everyone helped wxth the clean up work afterwards The hugh school faculty and thelr wnves were our guests Z9 i I l n R f ' 7 J 4 v K . f ' - nfi I ' 'ls + a . Af . l ,, UW x ' - . f, H 'N 11.-.- Y I I ll' 7 7 ' 1 ' . X t if ' 7 X1 . 7 , ' 9 rg! ' ht . . . . , J lf ff. e -fQ ,4 X Jxiqng - I ,J I 18 '13, N w l 1 - 1 A . l . ' ' .1 I , 1 ,':. .I 4- " s I - -e-v- , .S-' e : l ff' , .iliizil , CHRISTMAS OPERETTA The operetta given on December 19th was en- titled "Christmas Eve." It was presented by grades 3 and 4. Members of the cast were: Mother - Sherry Boyken, Edward - James Rode, Alice - Jeriann Bess, Imp of Temper - Barry Nel- son, Father-Keith Hamilton, Santa Claus - Nicholas Alexander. Santa's Helpers: Lennice Bilsborough, Dorothy Brandt, Joyce Giesking, Sharon Harms, Darrell Parcel, Judy Rippentrop, Catherine Stfecker, James Stecker. The remainder of both grades acted as carolers. X. P "THE GALLANT TAlLOR" Grades 5 and 6 presented an operetta"THE GALLANT TAlLOR" on October 18th. The cast WBSZ Tailor - Harlan DeWallg Jam Woman - Joan Sch- midt, Great Big Giant - Phillip Seabergg King - Dar- rell Isebrandg Princess - Jane Schmidt, Prime Minister - Billy Carroll, Lord - Forest Rodeg Country Man - Wayne Senneg Second Giant - Louis Gieskingg Lady-in-Waiting - Rachael Carlson, Guards - Mark Boyken, Bruce Akkerman, Rodney Hench, Arden Engelbarts, Jimmy Parcel, Dennis Fritz, Jimmy Rippentrop, Kirk Struthers, Reginald Schutjer, Henry Ullmann. The rest of both classes acted as villagers. Eek! A gun! What on exercise img Can you count fnngers7 Senior Wrlllam Heupel Sylvla Long Miss Tessle Tlngle Betsy Brown Mrs. Wtllnam Heupel Anna Paul Harden Mrke Denson Officer Pohcemen 3 Lee Stockwell Geraldine Ullmann Darts Hlpp Norma Gerdls Noreta Trunkhlll Verlene Mayland David Rlppentrop Darryl Sparks Robert Seefelcl Keith Van Hove Merlun Van Hove Gary Smtdt Wu " U ...llllllllllllidlllll QJJHIJIII u ... Banquet - Prom The 1956 banquet,-prom was held ln the high ed the banquet. wlth Craxg Sathoff actmg as M C school gymnaslum on Apr1l28th The Jumor mothers After the banqret, we danced bo the muslc of prepared the banquet and the sophomore waiters Bobby Gr1ggsBand The 1un1or and semor and waitresses Served lb The theme WHS TlPb0e parents and hlgh school students were lI1Vll'J6d to Through the Tullps and the gym was decorated wlth the dance and a good tlme was had by all Mr b1ue,yellow, and red crepe paper with a large w1nd Rood, our sponsor, was ln charge of the arrange mill and wlshmg well Nmety Seven people attend ments ofthe banqxet and prom i S 5 32 .,,, 'WA' 'gl --NJ"'N"""'n"1'l' "ll 'l..llz:'ll1.l,l','rl.l' 'A :Xu L n Q K ' :,. ' .r'T-4- A -'er e. . , T 'T ..' 'TWT' tl- ' I l ge ' l' .6" . 4 a A - 1 l tl l 4 . A X V A -. ' 1 V - ul rm r ' V If l ,A d i A. I ' Prom 'iii -1 1' Oh' how cozy' Glrl s Quartet Wanters and waltresses Oh' How enchuntung ' 9 'sn , lt heaven Junior mothers busy at work '33 f A .t,t , s '---Vx4 ' Q '- .s,,,, L Ml, 711 if gay , 'o" f - Q f NX P11 t 5 ily . J KI., 'Zi S X if '- If I X V 1 I , V ' Y. - a 'AL --vs' , x 'K if t ' fa The blg day flnallv arrived' We all arrrved at 001 brlght and early eager for the SKIP DAX Everyone was on time even our chaperone Mr Thlesse We left for our destlnatlon on time 4 '30 About 6 a m we arrlved at Mankato and stopped for our breakfast We then contmued on to Mmn eapolrs Mr Thresse polnted out some of the rn terestlng slghts to us such as the Foshav Tower the new Mlnneapolxs Mlller Baseball Stadlum, and the Wold Chamberlaxn Alrport We stopped at the Mlnnehaha Falls Here we got out and stretched our legs, smce we had arrued ahead of our first tour At 9 00 a m we began our flfqt tour at the Ford Plant wlth two other hlgh schools It was really rnterestrng to see them put cars together We learn ed that thev heated the glass ln the furnace that reaches 9 700 degrees F From the Ford Plant we traveled along the East Mlsslssxppx Rlver Drxve to St Paul to the State Capitol of Mlnnesota It certainly was a beautxful bulldlng We found out that the marble that de corated the 1nter1or of the capitol came from all over the world Our gulde showed us the proceed lngs that were followed ln the Judlclal Courts and the House of Representatxves At the Governor s Reception Room we saw many xmpresslve paint lngs After our dmner at the State Capxtol Cafeterla, we recrossed the Mxsslsslppl Rrver for our hotel We traveled through the Umversxty of Nhnnesota Trip campus Mr Thlesse pomted out the dlfferent bulldlngs such as the stadlum the Freld House and the lrbrary We then parked our bus and check ed rnto the hotel The last tour of the dav was at the Mmneapolls Regrster and Trrbune We frrst saw a fllm showlng us how the newspaper was printed and how they got the news After the fllm we took a tour of the plant We found that thev prmt an average of 600 000 papers dally We fm xshed thls tour at 3 30 The rest of the day was ours to do as we pleased Some of us went shopplng and others went to see the cxty from the Foshay Tower Thls tower xs 447 feet and 3 lnches hrgh That mght for entertalnment some went skatlng and others went to Crnerama Holxday Others Just rested thelr weary feet We to be xn the hotel bv 12 00 for room check The next morning was ours to do as we pleased Saturday afternoon we checked out of the hotel at 12 30 and went to The Arena to the Ice Follies It was really beautlful The skaters were really good and durmg the two hour program we never once got bored We started on our last leg of the Journey, home We agam stopped ln Mankato for supper We then settled down for the last few mlles home It was lots of fun and a Skip Day" to remember, but we were all glad to get back to Txtonka We the Semor Class, would hke to thank our sponsor, Mr Thlesse and hrs wlfe and the bus drrver Wllbur Sexton and hrs wrfe for makmg thls trlp posslble Mlnnahuho Falls Minneapolis , Hd To the Follies " Tued? tg 4 sch ' Q fy-, "t ' "'. 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" W' Qs ' H Q 0 Class Histor On March 13 1944, we boarded a canoe at Buffalo Creek and were on our merry way wxth the followlng passengers Ted Abbas, Harold Boekleman, Jerrv McGu1re, Denms Kromxnga Roger Rnppentrop, Lee Stockwell Harold Taft Ruth Boyken, Jean Elllot, Janlce Intermxll Judxth Meyer, Roberta Orthel, and Beatrice Rlnger The oarsman was Mr Cheever and the chaperone was Mxss Gladvs Groom We journeyed for 10 weeks Then our canoe got stuck rn a sand bar for three months At thls time Denms Kromxnga, Beatrlce Rlnger and Ted Abbas left us Before leavlng Russel Sonnenberg and lNorma Gerdls lomed our group M Cheever remamed as our oarsman and Mlss Groom as our chaperone As we Journeved on we came to the Rambow Brldge and decxded to explore xt There we left behmd Norma Gerdxs and Jean Ellxot Dons Hlpp Dawld Rlppentrop, Jovce McGu1re, and Dxck Doughan replaced them Then we were on our way Mr Cheever as guxde and Mlss Bag took over as chaperone Then we came to the blg Clty of German Valley for supplles Jackle Davxs, and Norma Gerdls lomed us Upon leav mg German Valley we hlt shallow and decxded to walk to the four way budge for hlgher waters Mr Swanson and M1ss Abbas brought us through thls lourney Upon arrlvlng at the four way brldge, Allen Clark Robert Seefeld Ronald Wrbben, Gerald Welhousen, Mary Carl son, Grace Helfner, and Marlene Thomsen d9Cld8i to 3o1n us Then Mr Metcalf took over as oarsman and Mlss Cole as chaperone and we headed east We had not gone far when our canoe sprung a leak We had to stop and flX lt wlth chewing gum Allen Clark, Jackle Davxs, Ronald Wlbben, and Marlene Thomsen left us but R1ta Klocke and Sharon Smlth replaced them Mlss Hesvnk took over as chaperone and then we departed We once agam began our Journey We then stopped at a tradmg post where we gota larger canoe as our group was gettlng larger Whxle there,Wavne Bartelt, Russell Sonnenberg, and Grace Hexfner declded to remaxn there, whxle Harlan Harms, LaVern Meyer Merhn Van Hove and Lorna Tjaden declded to come wlth us We left the tradmg post wlth our new passengers and cn down the Creek we went We declded to camp out for a whxle along the shore of the Creek We remamed there for a short time and then declded to paddle on wxth Carol Asche Betty Kenne, and Shlrley Tgarks as our new passengers Mr Relth took over as oarsman and Mlss Relsner took over as chaperone I'hen we were CALLIES BROTHERS BARTLETT S CAFE General Merchandise Tnonkq, Cafe Trfonka, Iowa runnmg short of food so we decxded to fxsh Whllr flshlng we found a stranded boat and 1n rt was Paul Hextland, Dale Txlley, and Leroy Hansen They declded to come wlth us so we traveled on wxth Mrs Torgersen as our chaperone We thought we had gem far enough so we headed back towards home The followmg decrded to stay behmd Paul Hextlanq Rlta Klocke, Judith Meyer, Mxlton Taft, and Leroy Hansen The following decxded to come along Marlen Stecker, Geraldxne Ullmann, Kelth Van Hove, Noreu Trunkhlll, Robert Roskamp, Verlene Mayland Donn Akkerman, Gary Smxdt, Merlyn Bartlett, Darryl Sparks Davxd Boekleman, Sxd Buffmgton, and Donald Radu maker Mrs Schutyer took over as chaperone and Mr Texth as oarsman The weather was gettxng rough or our return trlp It got to be so rough that we had in stop Harlan Harms and Dale Tllley stayed behlnc and Larry Johnson declded to come along Mr Yate took over as chaperone and Mr Truesdell as oarsman We 1ourneyea back to the Four way Brxdge and there we stopped for a plcnxc Sharon Smnth, Ruth Boyken and Larry Johnson stayed behmd and Shxrley Amdorfer Joxned our group Whmle we were cru1s1ng along we lost our chaperone but luck was wlth us when we foun asallor who was Mr Rood who gladly took over as ou chaperone Then we 1ourneyed on to Buffalo Creel where we stopped and all got out except for Roben Roscamp and Mr Rood As we came ashore to fmls the last lap of our Journev we saw a man Everyone yelled, "It's Davy Lrocket"' But oh no, xt was Mr Thresse who later became our gulde and Mr Truesdel remamed as our guardxan We found our way to the school house Those makmg xt through the last lap were Donna Akkerman Shxrley Arndorfer, Carol Asche Merlyn Bartlett, Davxd Boekleman, Sxd Buffmgton Dlck Doughan, Norma Gerdxs, Dons Hlpp Verlene Mayland Jerry McGu1re, Joyce McGu1re, LaVerr Meyer, Donald Radamaker, Davld Rlppentrop, Roger Rlppmtrop Robert Seefeld Gary Sm1dt,Darryl Sparks, Lee Stockwell Marlene Stecker, Lorna Tjaden Shlrlev Tlarks, Noreta Trunkhlll Geraldlne Ullmann Kexth Van Hove, Merlxn Van Hove, and Gerald Wel housen After graduatlon we waved good by to goof old T H S DR. J. K. LL GERMAN VALLEY STORE Vetermancn Carl Krause Prop. Tntonku, Iowa Tit cnka, Iowa O A , . Q . A . . . 1 - ' . V4 K - ' 1 1 ' ' ' , A ' L Q . a A I ' 7 K ' '. ' ' . r. t I , . . Y . U - . ' . ' .' v . . ' . . 5 Roberta Orthel left us at this time and Wayne Bartelt, l ' ' . ' ' ' . V I , a ' y - ' ' . l - Z x . ' . . . . . . . I . . . , , ' V , ' ' . l , . 7 . - , , - I ' v U 1 , , ' A . u I 0 n. ' 7 , . ' I- I 36 Class Wlll We the Sensors of 56 being of strong mlnds and weak bodies do bequeath the followmg unnecessary :tems to the unfortunate underclassmen May these unlucky recaplents take good care of these our pruze possessuons Donna Akkerman Shlrley Arndorfer Carol Asclte Merlyn Bartlett Davld Boekleman Sidney Buffmgton Duck Doughan Norma Gerdls Dons Hupp Verlene Mayland .lerry McGunre Joyce Mc :ulre LoVerne Meyer Don Radamaker David Rlppentrop Rage Rlppentrop Gary Smldt Darryl Sparks Lee Stockwell Marlene Stecker Lorna Tlaken Shrrley Tlarkg Noreta Trunkhnll Geraldine Ullman Kenth Van Hove Merlin Van Hove Gerald Welhousen Mr Thlesse Senrors C' er manager 'ob for the gurl s basketball team Denny lxrommga er slum features Richard Hench IS quiet ways to his brother Clanton Asche IS arguments wnth Mr Truesdell nn Government Class Junlors. IS fun ln hugh school Allan Soyken IS study habits Duane Beenken lS sunny dlspos tlon after a losang game Mr Cpheum er post guard posltlon Martlyn Welhousen er style ln shooting free throws Crarg 'athoff er rrany slumber parties Junior boys er great weught future football boys er come hlther glances Marlon Neyer ns way wlth the women Russell Sonnenbag rs drnvmg cbrlrty future driver s tralnlng classes IS ambstnon Bruce Steclfer IS abxllty to have fun dolng anything Alvin Meyer IS l1e0Vy beard Fldon lxrause IS devlllsh ways Mane help er abrlnty to blush er red headed boy friend from Burt er bashful ways ner cheer leading abxllty er post forward posntlon IS front seat In the assembly rs long halr his S9 00 flne to nobody It s already pond Trudy Bess Belle Tladen harlcn Stecker Bully Abbas Faye Ann Smldt Phnlllp Asa Mr Road IS wnld nights In Crystal Lake Warren Truesdell and Jullus Stecker IS abrllty to spot gum chewers Mr Truesdell sprung frres pheasant feeds PICHICS parties trnps Thompson gurls Buffalo boys empty Ink bottles and any other odd characteristics underclqgsmen Class Song A farewell from the Semor Class Our school daxs now are IH the past We w1ll have these moments to remember The studvhalls the partles all The football games we had each fall, We wlll have these moments bo remember 37 The summer turns to wmter And the present dxsappears The laughter we were lad to share Wxll echo through the years When other nights and other davs Maw find us gone our separate ways We wxll have these moments to remember I ------------ ---- - h . ., ----- , . 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V' ' 1 , I. 38 Class Prophecy continued temng to the radlo and he recognlzed a famxlxar NOILB on the Qulz lxlds program As he llstcnerl whlle longer he found lt was the VOICL of Iaktrn Mexer as Cllef Quxzzer of the Quiz Klds l'h1s dldn t surprxse hlm too much smce he was alwaxs a brain ln lllgh bc hool ln thc 'vletropolltan Opera he found Shxrlex Arn dorfer a mezzo soprano, slnglng the leadlng role, she had to have a helper come with her to carry her tunem a bushel basket lthlle 1n New York Cltv, Nlr Truesdell was xn formed that Daud Rlppentrop was the manager of a motel He declded he would vlslt Davld and sie how busmess was Davld reported that the lJUSlIl9S9 touldn t be better and hoped lt would keep mcreas ln On hls trlp home he stopped at ltashlnpton D C There he found Merlvn Bartlett carrvlng water to the ltepubllcan speakers xn Congress He always said that he was golng to get into polntlcs om wn or another At Brltt Iowa he found our lovely Homecomlng Queen, Geraldlne Ullmann, who was belng crowned Queen of the Hohoes She looked mee even wlth Mr Truesdcll stopped to vlsxt Tltonka lllgh once more and noted that times hadn t changed much slnce he had taught The Class of '16 becau L the students stlll knew mort than the teachers and trled to tell them what to do In one of the class rooms, he heard an unusual class belng conducted Someone was lecturlng on the sunyect Gurr has llg place but not ln Governn ent Klass 'lhe ln structor he was amused to '-ce was Nlerlxn Yan Hove He Qiilfl hc taught the class twlce a week to convicted Hum chewcrs, one hour of lecture and two hours of theme work on 'lhe Tlrre and Place In the report Nlr Truesdell sent to the students he admltted that on the whole the class had turned wen well a tm can for a crown Sparky IS has name When gurls are around he s always game Geraldme IS our rlomecomlng Queen At sports she s really keen Song and danclng are Dons prlde and loy Next ln llne comes all the boys Gerald s Chevvy IS supposed to go slow C ass Poem Our four years of hugh school have been fun But now they are done As we go on lllllflg the book We ll descrlbe each character Tq ea look ll l' But on the Crystal Lake road us can really roll Norma s sports are basketball And talking ln the hall Roger Ruppentrop IS a study hall pest At this occupation he s at has best Carol's the athlete of the bunch, He'll turn out fme we have a hunch When It comes to gurls, Kelth's always around, A happuer guy lust can't be found Lee IS qunte a guy, Wlth his Studebaker he can really fly David, better known as "Rupp", When he gets going, he'Il really flnp Shurley A ns a quuet gal, When there's work, she's really a pal Sud has a hearty laugh, Lorna IS his better half Wlth the gals he IS hard to beat, LaVern thanks he's quite o treat Marlene knows them all from out of to 5he's me senlor who really gets around 39 Davld B may be qulet but that s alrsght He saves hrs words for a moonlught mght Full of Ideas Duck Doughan s a whlz A future Edison thus guy IS Don s qulte a rlsk wnth a car I ll bet he can t go very far Bob Seefeld picked hrs ass From the Freshman Class Verlene has frequent telephone calls Soon she ll goto Nuagra Falls Jerry McGuure IS very short, When If comes to gurls he can really court Merlln VanHove us the next guy In lane, To be a farmer, he'll do fine Merlyn IS always right In class, For all four years he's managed to pass Noreta's the peppy one of our class, Cheerleader a year and qunte a lass Who's the gurl nn our class that parks, Could lt be Shirley Tparks7 Donna IS one who can't be passed, She's never flrst, but sure not last Joyce IS otten called McGuire, She's really full of fnre Has name IS Gary Smndt, Wxth the Thompson gals he's really a hut O 1 - ' " 1 ' . 1 ' . . 9 . . , . . , . , f 21 . . , . V' ' , ' 1 , 'e .' , ' " ' 'T " sf 4 S' I I r I I - V ' . ' A ' x A ', . fl , ., . . . . , , , . . , . 1 . . . ' . -4 . , A , 'fl - t . . l ., I . A . K . , X x .4 N H . . A X l f V l -'fa - V. . . ., ,,, . . ' r . 4 i . in ' 3 4 ,' . . - . , . . ' 'z H ' J- , . ' 1 1 . . ' I - - , . . , ss r - , " ' ch- ac' " , . . . to f QW Yuma . J! ' s ll , no .4 .il i , A I ' ' . ' V' l'- 1 ll 1 sh- L' A 1, 1 K I 1 1 4 . . , . - , ' ' ' . , 1 A - r . fp V It , ,. . ' " ' ' 4' 5 A 'z ' 7 s I I , . , - - I . 1 ' , ' I V Y I . . I A I D ' , , ' ' a ' I - - L . . , . . l . , t , , I 1 , . - ' - I . , 1 , . ' I ' u . I . - I ' . - Processlonal lnvocatlon Special Musrc Scrlpture Hymn Speclal Muslc Class Hymn Benedlctlon Recesslanal Baccalaureate SUNDAY MAY 20 1956 8 P M. School Audltorlum War March 0 Lamb of God Lord Let Me Luve Today A Mnghty Fortress IS God Pomts the Brother James Amr Ohl Sweet Mystery of Lufe OUI' 0 U Mendelssohn Mr Donald Multhauf Rev Max Goldman Hugh School Mnxed Chorus Kalnnmlcof Moore Rev H A Dlers By The Congregatlon Hugh School Gnrls Glee Club Arr Jacob Herbert Sung by the Class of l956 0 Take My Hand Dear Father War March Mendelssohn Rev Max Goldman Mr Donald Multhauf 40 jj n I G dll Sermon ----- ---- ------------------------ ------- R e v . H. A. Diers ll 0 w ,ll Commencement TUESDAY MAY 22 l956 8 P M. School Audutoruum THEME WE CHOOSE THE FUTURE Processuonal Hugh School Band Pomp and Curcumstances E ger Invocation Rev H A Duers A Fortunate Generatuon Geraldune Ullman Class Presudent We Have Completed the Furst Step Verlene Mayland Class Hustory Speclal Musuc Hugh School Band Wedding March at Traldhaugen by Grueg Youth Has A Challenge Dorus Hupp Ideals for Tomorrow Ruchard Doughan New Worlds Before Us Laverne Meyer Salutatoruan Specual Music Gurls Quartet May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You Your Efforts Have Been Recogmzed Mr S H Thuesse Prm Salutatoruan Award Laverne Meyer Valeductoruan Award Sudney Buffungtan Scholarshup Award of 1956 Wayne Bartelt We Shall Need Guudance Class Hymn Sung by Class. O Take My Hand Dear Father You Have Meruted an Award Mr W P Truesdell Supt Presentation of Class of l956 You Can t Stop Here PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS Wuth Fauth in The Future Benedictlon Recessuonal War March of the Pruests Valedictoruan Mr H W Kutzungs Pres. BOARD OF EDUCATION Sudney Buffungton Rev Max Goldman Hugh School Band Mendelssohn f-3. Flrst Row Second Row Thrrd Row Back Row Football TlC0hk8 Tltonka Txtonka Tlwnka Tltonka Tmtonka Txtonka l'N Bob Seefeld, Kelth Van Hoxe, Kent Rxppentrop Denma Krommga Gary Smxdt, Nlerlln Bartlett Carol Asche, Sldney Bufflngton Davld Rlppentrop, Allen Boyken Rxchard Hench, Merlxn Van Hove Bxll Abbas, Cllnton Asche, Lee Stockwell Jack Trunkhlll James Thacker, Gary Sleper, Arlen Bllsbourgh Ernest Carlson, Rxchard Trunkhlll Garv Pearson Coach Lyle Ophelm, Ronald Hanna, Harlan Hanna, Phxlllp Asa, Rlchard Mavland, and Assistant Coach Harold Rood Statxstxcs 1955 Carries Yardage Touchdowns Total Pomts Renwick Sxd Buffmgton Carol Asche Denms Kromlnga B111 Abbas Clinton Asche Ruthven Mallard West Bend Graettlnger Ternl Swea Cxty 1574 QUMMARY 42 1' f s. ' t I . Q LL .I , k I: . , . y .K . V . V: . , . 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Get that rebound I I I Guard em gurls I I I SIHIC If Gerry 47 et ' Fiqh U . Q Who High Scho Band Front Row L to R Lowell Brlsborough Lloyd Pommer, Barbara Rmgsdorf, Sharon Rlppentrop Bllly Abbas Marxlyn Welhoueen Cora Stecker Cllnton Asche Warren Truesdell Doug Swan Shen'vSt,eck er Vxcbora Rakow Second Row Mr Prmgle Mary Beth Sbecker, Carolyn Inrermrll Janet Pla1s1er, Margaret Mc Donald, Arlen Bllsborough Allen Boyken, Francxe Bahllng, Ellen Nelson Judy Mehlan V1rg1n1aSwaa Trudy Bess, Janice Intermlll Darlene Callles Thlrd Row Sharon Smldt, Dons Hlpp, Myrna Norland, Lora Wlllemseen, Judy Stecker Beverly Richter, Faye Ann Smldtl Ofla Andefqony COPYING Zwxefle Mary Ann Rxppentrop, Joy DeGol1a,Betty Hatten Fourth Row Rxchard Hench Donna Beenken, Nancy Tjaden, Dawn Beenken, George Cunnlngham Lmda Nelson, MarLene Stecker, Francls Burns, Claude Bxlsborough, Jeffrey Boyken, Bell Tyaden CLARINET TRIO Judy Mehlcm Sharon Schmxdt Marqczret McDonald Doris Hxpp Darlene Callles Mcrrmnne Fllppentrop FLUTE TRIO FAIRMONT MUSIC CO Fonrmont, Mmnesofo 48 ' 0 . . 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A A Q BEED HARDWARE Cornet Tnonku Iowa Myrna Norland Faye Ann Srrrdt Lora Vxrllemssen Beverly Hlchter Quartette Vrrqrnra Swan Trudy Bess Betty hatten Arlen Brlsborouqh 'YP' Saxophone Quartette LOUlSE'S BEAUTY SHOP Titonka, Iowa Sharon Pxppentrop Barbara Hlnqsdorf Lloyi Parr mer Lo e 1 Brlsborouqh Clarinet Quartette FARMER S C0 OP OIL C0 Tatanka Iowa HERBERT H KLASSE Aerlal Spraying Txtonka Iowa Grr s Glee Club Front Bow I.. told Myrna Norland Shlrley Arndorfer Mary Trunnelle Joy DeGol1a Nrrgrnra Frrtz Sharon Brppentrop Verlene Mayland Judy Buffrnqton Barbara Rmqsdorf Joan Bqqde Sqndm Gerdrs Second Bow Dorls Hrpp Donna Beenken Dawn Beenlcen Joyce lsebrand Vrrqrma Mlller Geraldx-ae Ullman Orla Anderson Betty Douqhan Judy Stecker Nancy Tjaden Darlene Callles Cora Stecker Mm-rar-me Rxppentrop Third Bow Noreta Trumchrll Marlene Stecker Lora Wrllemssen Ellen Nelson Lorna Tjaden Shirley Tlarks Norma Gerdrs Lrnda Nelaon Faye Ann Smrdt Franc1sBahl1nq Trudy Bess Vrrqrma Swan L.aVauqhn Akker man Fourth Bow Joyce McGurre Marrlyn Welhousen Belle 'l'Jaclen Mary Lou Drrrond Julra Wubben Janice lntermrll Janrce Harms bnaron Carroll Lourse Boyken Donna Akkerman Marrlyn Axkerrran Corrrne Zwrefel Jackre Gerdrs Vocal Solos FRANK FISHER Chevrolet Dealer Tltonka low J R SCHUTJER John Deere Tltonllo, Iowa KRANTZ and SON Livestock und Fertrlrzer Tltonlza, Iowa HONKEN ELECTRIC Zenith TCIQYISIOH Tltonku Iowa Htpp Myrna lwcrland Virginia Frrtz Orla Anderson Lowell Brlsborough Dons 50 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' I 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 - 1 1 . , Q. . . ,. y 1 1 1 1 1 . , , , U 1 1 1 . 1 I' ' 1 I 1 - Boys Glee Club Front Row I to R Richard Trunlxhlll Dax1dR1ppenLrop Bruce Stocker Cralg, Sathoff I aVern Nlexer Rlchard Hench, Rog,erRe1hsamen IowellB1lshorou h Second Row Nlr Wllllbhallf, llarren Truesdell Harlan Hanna Jerry NlcGu1re BlllV Abhag Allan Bovken Flovd Ullman Robert I rltz Lloxd Pommer Pat Nlclxuxre Third Row Glenn Schmldt, Lee Stockwell Arlan Bllqlnorough Jullue Slacker, Harlan Qtec lxer Jerald Harms Harold Harms Fourth Row Rolmert Seefeld ,Merlin Van Hove, Harold Delllall Dennls Kromlnga, Duane Beenken, Larrv Grax , Nlllxe Ixelqon Boys Double Quartette BOYKEN S D X SERVICE STATION Tltonka, lowa VERN K RAFDAL Ph 79 R 2 Moormun Feeds Tlronlcu lowu LYNN S Recreahon Hull and Lunch Tnfonka, lowu Front Row L to P Leo Steel ell lxerl n GAMBLE STORE Vcm Hove Denms Kromrcu Aller mower AC Hench prop Second Row Bonny Fritz Ducme Beerne 51 Nlchael Nelson Harolo harms 2, 2 ' , f , . 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An . . , "- , .':, I I 4 l' ront Row Second Rom Thlrd Row Jr Hugh Mixed Chorus L toR W Frueadell M Norland Q Arndorfer N1 'lrunmlle J DeGol1a N FFILZ N R1ppentrop,V Mfuland J Bufflngton B Rm sdorf Q Ger dxa,H Harms J VCGUIIQ D Hlpp D Beeken D Beeken J liebrand V Miller G lllmann 0 Anderaen N Tjaden D Calllea L qtecker M Rxppentrop Mr Niulthauf G Harms I Bllshorouhh B FFIEZ F Ullmann L Wlllemssen lf Nel son R Trunlxhlll l Pommer R Relbsamen mln a C iathoff H Dellall M VanHove D Rxppentrop B Seefeld R Hench J Stecker Mixed Chorus Flrst Row Qecond Row Thlrd Row Fourth Row L to R Bharon Schmxdt, Glee Defxolxa Mary Beth Stecker, Lealxe Pear eon Lmda Rxcka Nancv Boeckholt Judy Oatermann Delorla Janes, Sherry Wenger Carolvn Intermlll VlCt0rla Rak0W Francxa Bruns Lorralne Qtecker M1ldred Ullmann Parrela Beale Mar ,Laret McDonald Beverly Haack Verna Gray, Edxth Hulslnga, Qandra Qmldt, Judv Mehlan Gay le Sleeper Sylvla Eden Janet Plalsler, Korene Fxtch Gary Beed Douglaa Swan Davxd Qmxdt Gary Mrchaelson, Kenneth Carl son Kermxt Brant Dennls Rlke Ronald Rolkerta Margaret Brandt, Edward Wayland Claude Brleborough, Jeffrey Boyken Doyle Trenary Jerrv Buffxngton DlCk McGu1re, Ruby Alexander 52 O - - - ' . - ' ' ' u ' . . . .. , . . , L. , . . , . , '. ,l. 1 , . Y , . gr ,., - f 'Q . . l V, . l , . ' , . ' , . . , . . ' , . . . . . , . , . , . , . . , , . , ., f. . , , . . , ' wg . s, ,. .' H , . , . , . ' , 1. - A' , - ' , A. , . - . Fourth Row: A. Bllsborough, D. Beeken, L. Stockwell. A. Boyken, B. Abbas, D. Kro- ' g , . -' , . , . , . ' , . S , , . , . - I . 0 O O . I . . r, v ' - y A 'w , 1 ' 1 ' ' v f ' ' 1 ., 1 ' r, 'Z - -1 K n 9 ' '1 ' 7 A a .' ll ' ' r V , , ' , , . 4. ' g , . ri , A r ' , ' , , - 7 Y Y ' ' ' , fg . L , 1 . r W , Y ,, 1 ' ,y 0' All! 'QM 1 Vnqmxul tz Or1uAnf1er on Darlene all INcxncyT1f1ion Du n eerken Mary Sextette 4' f Nancy Tmder Dons H r Vyrncr Norlana Darlene Ccxlhes Quartette no TITONKA IMPLEMENT C0 I H and New Idea Mochmery Dons H1pp Myrna Ixorlund 1 onnc Be-enken Tmmko Iowa 53 5 - A will .. , ff ff- 'X 4 1 w Hx .S I, ITf'.:1aYlfjTj.I fs i ' 1 'F f av I ' ' w , 1111 'HE lntermedlat H H Band ISGMV4 UNA F1rstRow L to K blame Folkerts, Kxrk Struthers, Teddy Stacker Janet Welhousen Second Row Vlfglllla Gray Joan Beenken Sherry Wenger, Judy Osterman Edlth Hul smga Sandra Sm1dt, Delorxs Janes Pamela Beal, Nancy Boeckholt Thlrd Row Carol Swan Phxl Seaberg, Denms Rnke, Moms Sathoff Dverg Krantz, Kerm1tZvnefel Ronme Follrerts Kaths Wxllxa Mr Prmgle Fourth Row Judy DeBoer Janlce Alke Beth Neeland Queue Callles, Kathy Mlller, Rachel Carlson Flfth Row Jlmmy Rxppentrop, Harlan DeWall Jxmmx Sparks, Noel Krantz Gary Nhchelson Mark Boxken, Lane DeGol1a Wayne Senne Band i 'tix 4 'lui Front Row L to R Jamce Ostermann, Sharon Gxesklng Qecond Row Joan Schmxdt, Lorrame Stacker, Greg Gxeskxng, Vlvxan Pommer, Karon Van Hove Thxrd Row Jane Schmldt, Jolene Hlll Lmda Hansen Duma Boelkelman, Janet Cun mngham, Llnda Krause, Mr Pnngle 54 J y , , G f 4 ., J 1 t ll all 41+ 02 A 4 Jumor J " ,, 2 ' A G N T K I t fl, I -f 212 H -x :Z , ' f e A .5 . Q 'lx ii 1 - 1 lf J' 'IJ 'i 22 fb ' 1 " 1 '-- -xw ' T lx rv ' " FIPSL Row Second Row Boys lil h 8 ,. Bas etbaH Q XJ l' L to R Gall Sleeper Sandra Smxdt Verna Grey Edxth Huslnga Judv Mehlan Mlldred Ullmann Coach Mr Ophxem Sharon Smxdt Delorxs Jams Margaret McDonald Lmda Rlcks Leshe Peareon Manager Gertrude Gerdre Ghrs rhgh BasketbaH li First ROW L. to R Davxd Smxdt, Gary Mxchaelson, Arnold Shutter, Dverg Krantz, George Cunmngham, Doug Swan, Ronald Folkerts. Second Row Coach Mr. Schaub, Larry Pearson, Eddle Mayland, Maurxce Sathoff, Rxch ard Frxtz, Jeffery Boyken, Manager Jerry Buffmgton. 55 L, ' I 7 , ' Z.. , Q7 . It ' N, ' V , Y T X 4. . QAM QL," Q-- '- ' '., " X! L L, .A - Y lg' I: g ' . 1 A- . l . 3 er 4 4 , f' 'rl H fu lvl ln' 'My l, 'H V I 'AH lil-o f X. ,a uv I , , , e . - . Jr. A ff - -E r y E -5 ,, X I , k rg 2 3 4 ff ' I f ,gr V ' R fl ey um... lrr r xx Box erlx Plchter Judy Buffmgton Trudv Bees, Done Hnpp Jov DeGol1a and hr xma Swan 0001111 ROW Qhxrlew Tlarl-rs Nlarlene Qtecker Darlene Callnes Noreta Trunkhlll Llnda Neleon and Duane Beenken Buck 'ou Julla Wubben, Qharon Carroll Judy Stecker Geraldlne Lllmann, Lrang Sathoff and Joyce Isebrand Dramatlcs 17 Flren Row Advleor Harley Lehman Rrchard Mayland, Gary Sleper, Merlln Van Hove, Garv Smldt, and Bob Frltz Second Row Jerrv McGu1re, Rodney Alexander, Dwlght Seaburg Kent Rlppentrop Ruseell Sonnenberg, Bob Seefeld, Glenn Schmxdt, Ernest Carlson, and Pat N1cGu1re. BaCk Row Jack Trunkhlll, Roger Rlbslmen, Lowell Bxlsbourgh, Donme Radmaker, Floyd Ullmann, Merle Phelps, Kelth Van Hove, Denme Wubben, Arlen Bxlsbourgh, and Gary Pearson 56 -2 'J ' N if rl I NAA ..-,w-:Ik Y. 5. I K ew e , G g p ', Q43 G 'FW' 1,.f ' l fl " ' l x c Vs . F M . ll -- - TA S Ro 'Z Z i' nl f, h' . y , -f .- I 1 . ' v " g' ' Q' . 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Vtellzousen PJ. Norlizi i, E+. Elitten, S. 2117-rentroy, ff. lug ': .. ,. fir, IT. c .' ., E. Tguien, fx. Fe 11 ,l. SIt1tn,lf.C ' ., . . In , . "' . Social HARVEST BALL The 1958 Harvest Ball was held nn the hlgh school gymnasium Guard s Llttle Name Band played the muslc for our dancmd We had a kmg and queen candidate from each class xncludlng the Junlor Hugh Seventh grade candxdates were Delorns Janes and Dwerg Krantz Elghth grade candldates were Gale Sleeper and David Smldt Freshman candxdates were Mary Lou Diamond and Lloyd Pommer, Sopho more candldates were Vlfglhla Swan and Wendell Schutger, Junlor candldates were Nancy Tladen and Denms Krommga Semor candldates were Lorna Tjaden and Sud Buffmgton Lorna and Sld were crowned kmg and queen Thls party was put on by the Student Councll SPRING DANCE The Student Councxl put on a free dance for the Band played The students were gxven free pop Thls dance was enloyed bv evervone CHRISTMAS PARTY Student Councll put on a Chrlstmas party for the hngh school startmg at 17 40 We had vollev ball tournaments between the classes The facultv won over the Semor bovs to reign as champlons W then had glft exchange Followlng thls we had lunch Thls lunch was gnen to US bv the faculty THE FRESHMAN S RETURN PARTY The Freshman s return party was held m the hlgh school gymnasxum Tuesday mght, Aprxl 10 M Schaub acted as the chaperone The partles star feature was a panel deslgned after Ive Got A Secret ' There was also dancing Lunch was then served Everyone enloved themselves DECLAM Declam thus year was well responded to Our dnrector was Mr Easton About thxrty students tned out for the many dxfferent fields of speech Eighteen of these students went to the prellmlnary contest ln Forest CIIV Those entered are as follows Humorous Cralg Sathoff Julla Wubben, Trudy Bess Oratorv Beverly Rxchter Noreta Trunkhxll Judy Stecker Dramatlc Lxnda Nelson, Geraldme Ullmann, Joyce McGuxre Interpretlve Readmg Shlrley Tyarks Sharon Carroll, Judv Buffxngton Orlgxnal Oratorv Darlene Callles, Joy DeGol1a, Vlr glnla Swan One Act Play Marlene Stecker Dons Hlpp, Geral dlne Lllmann, Duane Beenken At th1s contest SIX entnes recelved I s contfst the one act play, Darlene Callles Joy De Golla and Cralg Sathoff recelved I s Darlene Cal les had Statlstlcs that Prove Joy DeGol1a had My Amernca Craxg Sathoff had Ladnes Nxght ' The one act play was Punk and Patches The dxstrlct contest was held at Sheldon Cralg Sathoff agam was successful and came up wxth a I The other entrxes recexved I1 s The state speech contest was held at Storm Lake L,ra1g agaln came up with a I The school IS proud of thelr speech department They are especnally proud of Crang for hrs fme he has done We would just lxke to say Well done Craxg and keep up the good work ' O . , . l I t ' . . V - : , ' , ' , , n . . I 'I U ' I , L . . . . I . , . , - : , . . I v ' I A . . . . , school early in the spring. Guard's Little Name The next contest was held at Ledyard. At this , . ' . ' ' . , - - - . . . . , . , , , , . 1. H . . ,, . ll ' ll ' ld ' ' f . ll ' Ol . ' 5. ' , ' . e '- - - ' ' ' u ' I I , Y . . . .' , ' ' . r. v ' U ' ll f , ' . 58 L14 1,1 V1 5' 3 I0 111 Snapshots sb 2. Q.:- wm N . fs FK' TJ? LA ' nf ,-J, 15 1 Noreta Trunkhxll, Norma Gerdxs, Donna Akker man, and Lorna Tladen 2 Semor Glrls, 3 Norma G9l'dlS, 4 Geraldxne Ullmann, 5 Donna Akkerman, 6 Belle Tyaden Sherry Stecker, and Lora Willem son, 7 Lavern Meyer, 8 Shxrley Tyarks, Dons Hxpp, and Marlene Stecker, 9 Lalonne Hill, 10 Shlrley Tjarks, 11 Dons Hlpp 12 Betty Hatben, 13 Donna Akkerman, Shxrley Tgarks, and Verlene Mayland, 14 Sld Bufflngton, 15 Noreta Trunkhxll 16 Lorna Tladen, 17 Betty Hatten and Russell Sonnenberg, 18 Creug Sathoff, 19 Marlene Stacker 20 Semor Gxrls 21 Semor Gxrls 59 w 'gi 2 1 1 S 1 i .1 . 1 ,l Fr . 1 f ' ' ' ...Q ,Q A " H" ' 'S A 51 4, H . , .f dn Y me V A Ah xx 3-1 ' e X X 4 4 N Ak Q wg y 1 , N. fs, A ' Y.: I , A 'va A. X " 1 ' 1 1 , 1 ' . 3 y :fa f ' v . r i' ' . if - wie- 'Xf i ' f 1' fn Y' " ' 7 -A s - . ' :-.-A A., . I Q 1 -, .ri L.:-bg s .. ,H 'f C , w , 31" 1- ,up si, f I y F, Q. 1 A.-. 'VK ' 'fy I V ' A Q ' . O - l .. -2-, Y lux N . . . 1 n . 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