Toledo High School - Tohiscan Yearbook (Toledo, IA)
- Class of 1954
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Text from Pages 1 - 74 of the 1954 volume:
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We the Sen1ors ofToledo H1gh School
Class of 1954 do hereby dechcate our annual
to you Our Parents It 15 W1Ih deepest re
specr and appremauon Lhat we do so Wlth
out your Constantguldance and understandmg
ll would have been lmposslble for us to at
tam our goal Our yearbook IS one of the
most lrnporrant achlevements ln our school
hfe and we would hke to share xt wxth you
Please accept the dedlcauon of our annual
as an express1on of the love and appreclauon
wh1ch we have for you
T0-0 P RE
With a load of educated lum-
ber in his head.
Variety is the spice of life.
Her smile maketh her a host of
All great men are dead and I'm
feeling pretty sick myself.
Personality plus and intellectual
mind, a nicer girl you cannot
If there isn't anything, to do, let
me do it.
M. I. SAFOREK
JANET ALDRIC H
A merry heart maketh a cheer-
Her ways are pleasantness itself.
She's a happy country girl.
And the farmer hauled another
And the Toreador made many a
feminine heart turn over.
All that I've learned I've for-
gotteng and all that I know, l've
IO ANN I-IULSEBUS
"She would rather talk with a
man than an angel. "
"His heart is like a trolley al-
ways room for one more. "
"Quiet and reserved?"
"Mingle a little folly with your
"I want what I want, when I
want it. "
"He hath a studious look, but
looks are sometimes deceiv-
"And she's a jolly good fellow
and no one will deny."
"I love the cows and chickens
the farm's the place for me. "
BONNIE A TC HISON
"Always seen and always heard. "
"Never wastes words, just goes
ahead and does. "
"I can't think of twothings, so
I think of him and let my les-
sons go. "
"What's the use of all this strife
and worry, hurrying pell mell
"A maiden ever quiet. "
"A man who blushes is better
than one who turns pale."
"She sings and all the world
"When there is mischief brew-
ing-he is doing the stirring. "
"Liked here, liked there, liked
"Nobody would have supposed
it, but I'm naturally bashfu1."
DIANE SE LLS
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"Those winkable, blinkable
merrily twinkable, simply un-
"Why should life all labor be.
"Saucy, clever, neat and
mighty sweet. "
"Not a word spoken more than
was needed. "
"Like the wise old bird, often
seen but never heard. "
DALE DE FRANCE
"He who deliberates is lost. "
"Rightly loved by all, but by
one above all others. "
"No sinner, no saint perhaps,
but then the very best of chaps. "
"Has she not treasures, who
has friends. "
"Because a man doesn't talk is
no sign he hasn't something to
MARY LYNNE COOPER
"Quiet in appearance with mo-
tives unknown. "
"Behold the child by natures
kindly law, pleased with a
rattle andtickled witha straw.'
"She can laugh at a good joke
even on herself. "
JOHN R. DOYLE
"Speech is silver, but silence
is golden. "
"I may be late, but I'l1 get
"What he wants to get out of
school most is himself. "
"Always noisy and always nat-
"I'm a smart guy but I have a
hard time convincing anyone. "
MARY ANN DVORAK
"An innocent face but you never
"Quiet and quick as a mouse."
"She knows them all from out
of town, she's one senior who
"Each mind had its own meth-
"I don't know anything about
anything, but I'l1 soon find out."
"Often seen. but seldom heard."
She is gentle she is shy, but
there is mischief in her mind.
Full many a friendship has this
lad begun, many of men, but
of maidens, one.
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C ASS Ill TORY
In the fall of 1941 fifteen of the class of 1954 started to kxndergarten together They were
Danny Brandt Drck Chamra, Melvm Crawford Donn1e Ebersole Norman McCreary Ray Mo
Creary Raymond Yerkes, Bourne Atchtson Mary Lynne Cooper Marlene Ferrtss Barbara
Ir1sh Frances Lewers, Earlene Smtth Barbara Strxley and Rhonda Turbett Oar teacher was
Mxss Lyle. Norman ltked school so well the f1rst day that he crxed when Earlene told h1m rt
was t1me to go home. Rhonda caught scarlet fever and the whole class was d1srrussed for two
weeks Already romance had started someone saw Ray ktssmg Rhonda belund the p1ano
Mrs Smtth was our ftrst grade teacher We set up the play house and made new curtatns
for tt We made board pxgs for Chrtstmas presents for our mothers Rhonda moved back from
Nebraska and taught us the poem Fuzzy Wuzzy Wuz A Bear"
Miss Swenson taught us tn second grade Barbara Beck was a new student from country
school. Our class vrstted the post offtce down town and then bullt our own post office m our
room We all enjoyed lllllllllg our valentines M1ss Ktrtpatrich was our thrrd grade teacher
Janet and Joamte Aldr1ch Jomed our class this year We were all tn the operetta The Lost
Clown We set up a grocery store tn our room and all took our turns at playmg clerk
Mass Hladky was our fourth grade teacher Rhonda had an operatton near Chrtsmaas ttme,
so the class bought her a doll Judy Huyck was a new member of our class We all hked our
teacher so well that we wanted her to teach us next year That is everyone except Danny He
preferred a change in scenery He wouldn t even kxss her good bye
In ftfth grade we had the home room system Qtr teachers were M1ss Cooper M1ss Elhot,
M1ss Ware M1ss Kmg, and Mrs Whahn Barbara Strtley was embarrassed when M1ss Ware
read a note to the class from Jean Petersen asktng her 1f she was gomg to wear blue Jeans and
11DSIlCk that afternoon
ln sutth grade we were back to the one teacher system wtth M1ss Chnstensen as our
teacher VlV13l'l Arp and Davtd Mc Cord were new pup1ls
M1ss Drrcks was our seventh grade teacher Marlene Davxs Jomed our class and Barb
Beck left us for country school We all remember the day that Norman blew h1s nose when
the teacher told fum to get that snottness out of hrs head It cost htm anhour after school
We were all 1n the phystcal trammg exh1b1t EhlS year
In etghth grade we really worked hard w1th Mrs Keyser as our teacher We ll never for
get all the memortztng we had to do Mary Ann Dvorak, Larry McDowell Dale Del'-'rance, and
Don and Ron Upah were new members of our class Orr Halloween Masquerade party was a
There were 55 tn our freshman class Several paructpated tn sports Allene Katsand
and Judy Huyck were chosen as cheerleaders For mtttanon the g1rls wore panhandler and
shorts wxth four buckle overshoes, whtle the boys wore housecoats and turbans Several part1es
were enyoyed that year
The leap year dance The Frog Leg Hop ' was durmg our sophomore year The girls
asked the boys for dates
Our Jumor play Father was A Housewtfe was the nrst to DB presented tn our new gym
and was very successful. Our ntght club dance Blue Notes turned out very welL The b1g
event of the year was our ,Tumor Sernor Banquet held at the Montrose Hotel tn Cedar Raplds
Our theme was the Coronatton
In our seruor year our homecomtng queen was Joanne Vesley and Don Yanda was Kmg
The attendents were Phyllrs Colltns Earlene Smtth Don Upah and George Novak
Both the semors and the freshmen enjoyed uuttatlon day and the dance honormg the fresh
Our skip day was spent touring Des Motnes We toured the capxtol the htstortcal butldtng,
the Colomal Bakery, and the axrport We had a ptctuc m the evetung at the Waterworks Park
We ended up tn the evemng by gomg back to Marshalltown to see a movxe
Our play We Were Young That Year was presented on May 11 m the gym auditortum
The Jumor and Semor Banquet was held at Montrose Hotel tn Cedar Raptds wtth the theme
Moonhght and Roses' The semors appreciated all the hard work the Jumors d1d to make the
banquet a btg success
IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT and POWER
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I DANIEL BRANDT w1ll to Doc Anderson
my pocket kmfe. tHe can use It to scrape off
the floor w1th 1f h1s wears outj I CAROLYN
HEAD w1ll my loud strong vo1ce to Bobby
Downer I BONNIE ATCHISON w1ll the
ab1l1ty of gomg to sleep tn Mr Carmlchael s
classes to the freshman who has the opportumty
to be III hrs classes I MARLENE DAVIS
w1ll my calorle sheet to Carole Wtebold Eat
everytlung except what xs on this sheet and
you are guaranteed to gam welght I BARBARA
IRISH w1ll my bottle of ASPIFIIIS to next years
NEWSREEL edltor I MARY LYNNE COOPER
w1ll my nickname Hemp to Tom Hoffer I
MARLENE FERRISS w1ll my abthty to stay
small to J1m Moffett I BARBARA STRILEY
w1ll my ablhty to always be the shy stlent type
and my ablhty to always agree w1th Mr Glll
to Carole Wtebold I RHONDA TURBETT
w1ll my seat m the sen1or rows to my srster
1f she ever gets that far I JUDD HUYCK
w1ll my bottle of L1ght and Bright to D1mps
Hennessy hopmg shell use II to the best ad
vantage I MARY ANN DVORAK w1ll my
helght to Betty Husak I PHYLLIS COLLINS
w1ll my Job of takmg hot lunch count every morn
by entermg a class already In SCSSIOD I PETE
HUSAK w1ll my herght to Eddie Vesely I
BARBARA BECK w1ll my half of the Stde
hghts column to my COUSIII Lorna Beck Then
she can put someone elses name tn bes1des
hers I DIANE SELLS w1ll to Mr Car
m1chea1 my green eraser III hopes that he has
fun burntng It up I NORMAN PURSE
McCREARY w1ll my brtght fzre engme red
algebra book to any brrght eyed short haxred
young gemus I FLOYD FLYNN w1ll to M
D Anderson a genulne Canadtan moose
DON UPAH w1ll my seat III the back corner
of the assembly to anyone who IS too t1m1d to
ra1se heck and too smart to have to study
I DON EBERSOLE w1ll my good behavlor
III mlxed chorus and boy s glee club to Jerry
Yanda I ALLENE KAISAND w1ll my off1ce
Job to any glrl who can stand the beatings
I KARNELLA SMITH w1ll my band umform
to Betty Husak I JEAN MASON will my
seat m the assembly whrch I dont have to
Mary Hurt I FRANCES LEWERS w1ll my
abrlity to tell Sport he IS handsome charmlng
and rrreslsttble to any g1rl who can make him
beheve xt I JOANN HULSEBUS w1ll my
staytng after school at ntght to Bernad1neSykora
I JIM ANDERSON will my duck s tall to
Larry Smutt I CAROL SIEVERS w1ll my
gym su1t to Betty Kubalek In hopes she can
make better use of tt than I have I GEORGE
NOVAK do hereby w1ll my ath1et1c powerness
to all the future football teams of THS God
help them I JOHN MASON w1ll my mck
name Stud to J1m Moffett I TOM PYLE
w1ll my helght to Don Raxrdan I LARRY
McDOWELL w1ll my mckname Legs to a
more deservmg md1v1dual Sharon Vesely I
PHYLLIS BURNS w1ll my smxles to Patty
Yanda I BEN STONG w1ll my abxhty to
chew gum wrthout bemg caught to Ronme Mc
Coy I MILO HALA w1ll my football stut
to Bob Downer I RICHARD HOSKEY w1ll
my posmon as captam of the basketball team to
Demus Dunham. I COLLEEN BAGENSTOS
w1ll my Sociology book to Sharon Y11ek I
ALBERT BORTON w1ll my abthty to work
to Don Hofer I EARLENE SMITH gladly
w1ll my books to any underclassman lucky enough
to get them I JOANNE VESELY w1ll Joyce
Clzek my half of the school bus seat I DON
BRUENE w1ll my ab1l1ty to run to J 1m Moffett
I JAMES BENEDIK w1ll my front seat to
of the assembly I BOB SKALA w1ll to Monte
Nachazel my 1953 Ford V 8 I RON UPAH
w1ll my professronal ab1l1ty on the tuba to John
I BERNARD DOSTAL Wlu my 1950
p1ckup to Larry Matungly I MELVIN CRAW
FORD do hereby w1ll all my school books to
J1m Schwake I DALE DEFRANCE hereby
w1ll my 37 Ford to anyone tn THS who owns
an o1l well I RAY McCREARY w1ll my
speed to J1m Moffett to exp1d1te hls chances
of mak1ng tlme w1th Betty Kubalek I JOHN
ZODY w1ll my thoughts of Jane Russell and
Mar1lyn Monroe to Marvtn Stochl. I LES
WYCOFF w1ll my abxhty to play basketball
and rtmnmg III track to Albert Ingalls I RAY
MOND YERKES w1ll my tymps to Roger
Ltberace Randall We JANET and JOANNE
ALDRICH wtll our duel personahtles to Conme
and Monte Nachazel. I DON YANDA w1ll my
tttle as football capta1n to Larry Arp I JOHN
RICHARD DOY LE w1ll my 1mag1nat1on of a
very good basketball player to Alfred Kajer ln
hopes that he IS next year I DICK CHAMRA
hereby w1ll my hot rod to any unfortunate tmder
classman who doesnt care lf he gets where he
IS gomg I DAVID Mc CORD 1nsane and
profane w1ll my watstline to D1x1e Bolt
HAYES and YERKES Real Estate
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C ASS PROPIIE Y
May 21 1969
TO The 05106 of the Custodlan U S Mint WashxngtonD C
SUBJECT Status of members of Class of 54
FROM Pyle Detecttve Agency Yerkes Burldmg Toledo Iowa
Dear Mr Novak
When you engaged me to locate and tntervrew the members of the class of f1fty four ftfteen years
after graduauon I had no Idea what a gruehng Job ll would be. The search has taken me from the wllds
of the Canadran wildernessto a smoky dive tn Tijuana Mexxco But th1s fmal report rs complete and you
should fmd ll satisfactory
DANIEL BRANDT Head football coach at Notre
Dame Untversity DICK DOYLE Captam of
last year s record breakmg Olymprc Team
BERNARD DOSTAL Owner of Kentucky Derby
wlnner the Glarging Czech RICHARD HOSKEY
Tlurty second vice president ofC11rys1er Corp
orauon LARRY McDOWELL Tourmg the
country wrth hrs automobxle d1r11I drrvtng show
MELVIN CRAWFORD Drivmg wtth McDowell s
thrtll show also famous as f1rst man to break
some barrler III Studebaker DICK CHAMRA
Teachmg speed shrftmg xn a drivtng school.
DONALD UPAH Lecturmg htgh school students
on the per1ls of one armed drrvmg. JOANNE
VESELY Square dance mstructor at Vlmng
Bohemran at Vmmg Umversrty DON YANDA
and MILO HALA Partners in a world famous
brewery RONALD UPAH Producuon chtef
of Yanda Hala brewery also famous as destgner
of kmg stze beer can DAVID McCORD Cab
aret operator tn TiJuana Mexico FRANCES
LEWERS Torch Singer ln McCord s night club
JIM BENEDIK His Band the BLASTING
BOSHEVIKS has been voted most popular h1l1
bxlly band MARLENE FERRIS CAROL
SIEVERS and VIVIAN ARP Stngers With
Benedlk S band bllled as the THREE MERRY
MILKMAIDS ALLENE KAISAND The voice
for Murtal Cigars on TV PHYLLIS BURNS
and ,TOANNE HUSELBUS Dancers on the
Jackre Gleason show JIM ANDERSON Soon
to be seen tn the Technicolor 4D thrtller The
return of Baby Face BARBARA IRISH Models
for Mojud HOSIBTY JOHN MASON and ALBERT
BORTON Produce more fertthzer than all
other compantes comb1ned BENTON STONG
Astounds agrlcultural world wlth revoluuonary
new breed of cattle, Stongfords BONNIE ATCHI
SON and MARYANN DVORAK Co owners of
combmauon restaurant and fllllng station thetr
motto Eat and get gas JOANNE and JANET
ALDRICH Modelmg for the Tom company
RAYMOND YERKES HHDQIISII and nosebleed
spec1alist for the Mayo brothers CAROLYN
HEAD world s champron typxst MARLENE
DAVIS A1rl1ne hostess for FHA A1rl1nes RAY
MCCREARY Co edxtor and author of sound
effects for Mad Comlcs MARY LYNN COOPER
Puhtzer pr1ze wlnner for book on ettquette
KARNELLA SMITH and RHONDA TURBETT
Woman s tag team champrons of the world
professtonal basketball on the Yanda Hala
brewery team. EARLENE SMITH Drum
majorette wlth Band of Amerrca JOHN ZODY
World s champron flag pole smer JEAN MASON
Necker ll'l a bottle factory PETER HUSAK
Wrttes m the style of Mickey Sprllane his latest
book My Gun IS the Jury LESTER WYCOFF
F1rst man to wtn title of Mr Amerxca f1ve years
tn a row JUDY HUYCK Ftrst woman to swlm
the channel backwards BARBARA STRILEY
Ftrst woman Secretary of State DONNIE EBER
SOLE Barrtone player wxth Phrl Sprtalny
PHYLLIS COLLINS Mrs Donme Ebersole
COLEEN BAGENSTOS Proprieter of a nursery
school. NORMAN Mc CREARY Presrdent of
BCE truck lines DALE DeFRANCE Inter
national three cushron btllard champton, DONALD
BRUENE Corn huskmg champion of Amerxca
FLOYD FLYNN Lrving a hfe of ease tn the
w1lds of Canada w1th a squaw and stx papooses
to do the work
Tlus IS the end of the report and I hope you have found II satrsfactory
W. T WRIGHT D D
University. ROBERT SKALA: Professor of BARBARA BECK and DIANE SELLS: Play
C ASS POEM
Once agarn we are here to pass rn rev1ew
The 56 Senrors all brave and all true
We hope these short Jrngles w1l1 a few secrets unfold
Though I m sure that most news has already been told
The frrst 54 that wrll pass rn revrew
Is Vrvran Arp, our lrbrarran, farthful and ture
Albert B and Bernard D seldom make any norse
But at that I rn sure they are typrcal boys
The tall young man has a pedagogrcal look
Pete Husak, the teacher we can t overlook
Jrm Anderson so I hear IS searchrng for beaches to comb
I presume rn the same duck tarl as hrs dome
Next year perhaps Jean wrll get lost every day
Wrthout Rrchard Hoskey to show her the way
Tom Pyle IS the boy wrth the huge asprratlons
Perhaps he wrll help brrng peace to the natrons
You can go for awhrle, but you can t go for long
Wrthout hearrng about the only Ben Stong
Phyllrs and Joanne plan to be Angels rn Whrte
To hold pauents hands wrll be therr delrght
Wltn a rmg on her frnger and a song rn therr heart
It s Phyllrs and Donnre trll death do them part
That w1ll be Judy teachmg lst grade the score
We ll prove by thrs class that good thrngs come double
To tell Joanne from Janet we st1ll have much trouble
On the matter of twrns the class has more than a share
For Jean and John Mason make up another parr
Whenever you look these quads can be seen
It s Ron and Don Upah and Joanne and Maxrne
The streets of Toledo w1l1 ne er be the same
Cause Karnella frnds rt hard her old chevre to tame
Would he? Would she? They would and they drd
Barbara now, soon from Beck shall be r1d
Thrs fact lS qurte true or at least so I ve heard
Bob Skala has an rnterest rn one specre of brrd
Once a young gul by the sea shore sold shells
But I m not qurte so sure that s what our Drane Sells
Carolyn Head rs a head m more ways than one
Wrth her grades at the top that s not a bad pun
Drck Doyle has an xnterest rn Chrcks you ll agree
I hear hrs favorrte expressron rs Ah, that s a Hen ah see
Her brown eyes are snappy and she s always serene
Trs no wonder Chuck calls Hempy hrs very own queen
Thrs Novak and Novak rs an rnterestrng parr
Of the two here rs George so suave and debonarr
This gal will say often "Boys and girls, both feet on the floor"
Mrss Muffet had her sprder and so does thrs class
Guess Sparrow legs Strrley you ll have the rrght lass
I m truthful and honest so thrs rs no lre
I swear on My honor that John Zody s gun shy
Here s a bnsk lrttle lass who wrll answer to Karz
The srgn says hands off cause she s Loren Rebrks prrze
Where Legs got hrs name I m sure I don t know
It must be a part that doesn t qurte show
Bonnre Atchrson rs the gal wrth a real share of luck
There s a rumor that she s frnally roped someone named Chuck
Don t run for your guns! There s no anrmal on the loose
Floyd Flynn s berng paged when someone yells Moose
The halls are now quret, there s a vorce that rs strll
Rhonda Turbett s left a place that no one can frll
Way to the north east from the hrlls of Dupanda
Come these bashful gay blades Mrlo Hala and Don Yanda
Earlene and Marlene say they re bound for careers
If you know who stays away rt wrll be mrghty queer
The 3 musketeers are as chummy as can be
Dale DeFrance, Melvrn Crawford and hot rod Drck C
Marlene Ferrrs rs most helpful rn her own quret way
We hope that her future rs f1lled wrth many thrngs gay
Don Bruene we can guess wrll lrve on Dad s farm
Do you thrnk Jean, wrll be there to keep hrm from harm?
There s Dutch and Boemaan and Scotch, even an Irrsh
Joanne Vesely surely knows two can lrve cheaper than one
I wonder should I warn her that she ll mrss lots of fun
Coleen, Mary Ann, and Carol Servers deserve credrt galore
for therr part rn the fame of the class of 54
Call hrm Lours Call hrm Ray He 11 even answer to Sport
He s a slrck chrck, A smoothre w1th a qurck ready retort
Granny Lewers rs the gal who rs really youthful and gay
We ll mrss her swell srngrng each hour of the day
Here s a mean lrttle krd who toots around on a horn
And rt s Jrm fLornaj Benedrk, sure as you re born
We can hardly rgnore nor can we forget
Lester Wycoff who can run w1th the speed of a Jet
Our lrst rs most done We ve just a few left
These unholy four stand out from the rest
Perce Doc McCreary w1th hrs qurps and hrs Jests
Sword McCord who w1ll soon be headrng out west
Ray Yerkes who srngs as he rrdes lrke the two gun Lone Ranger
Bear Claws Brandt who declares that all women are danger
Thrs rounds out the lrst ofCarmrchael s angels
They are cherubs rt s true, tho their halos are tarnrshed
But the future we know, has frne thrngs rn store
For 56 Senrors wrth ambrtron galore
Mrss Bernr ce Schrerber
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May 11 the Senior Class pre-
sented the play "we Were
Young That Year." The cast
included Frances Lewers, David
McCord, Bonnie Atchison, Al-
lene Kaisand, B a r b a r a Beck,
Larry McDowell, George Novak,
Ben Stong, Joanne A 1 dr i ch,
Barbara Striley, Phyllis Collins,
Marlene Davis, Phyllis Burns,
Barbara Irish, Mary Lynne Coop-
er, Peter Husak, Danny Brandt,
Miss Schrieber directed her
50th play which went over nice-
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Junior-Senior Prom was held
May 14, 1954 at the Montrose
Hotel in Cedar Rapids.
The theme was Moonligu
and Roses and Ronnie Adams Or-
chesua played for the dance.
UNIOR CLASS UFFI ERS
Presldent Larry Arp
Secretary Treasurer Roger Campbell
Vrce Presrdent Carolee Heunesy
CRONAN S VARIETY STORE
ROW FOUR: C. Wiebold, D. Baker, R. Sells, J. Schwake, B. Reardon, I. Zmolek, D. Rife,
M. Loweg ROW THREE: L. Beck, D. Bolt, H. Merril, S. Bauer, J. Hayden, R. Randall, H.
Gray, A. Arp, M. Reardon, ROW TWO: S. Cole, P. Atchison, J. Chizek, C. Novak, F.
Wheeler, R. Irons, M. Osborne, S. Yilek. ROW ONE: P. Nation, S. Doyle, B. Seidel, S.
Vesely, K. Sunken, A. Irish, J. Kopecky, B. Sykora, B. Burlingham.
ROW THREE: D. Conrad, D. Dunham, D. Hennessey, D. Zhorne, L. DeFrance, D. Hofer,
W. Edberg, A. Ingalls. ROW TWO: M. Blake, G. Faber, I. Peek, I. Thompson, L. Smith,
I. Yanda, W. Cooper, I. Doyle, ROW ONE: S. Zeman, I. Hladky. I. Bakker, M. Hurt, J.
Dixon, N. Zeman, K. Wilkerson, M. Scheid.
UNIOR C ASS Pl. Y
OT ln a THOUSAND YE ll
The members of the Juruor Class of Toledo Highpresented their class play Not in a
Thousand Years November 13 1953 under the direction of M1ss Bernice Schreiber inthe
Not in a Thousand Years a three act comedy written by E Clayton McCarty centered
around Jumor Conroy getting ready for lus first date. Juruor wanted everything to go off per
fect but found himself with out his wallet and his kid sister tagging along. In lus futile efforts
to find a double date ' for Marjorie, he unearthed a couple of prize adolescent specimens And
dien there were those nosy neighbor ladies and Grandma who had to have everything Just So So
and Cousin Alicia who continually created merry interludes of confusion How everything un
tangled itself and Junior and J eanie finally go off on a coveted date provided hilarious entertain
ment for the attentive aud1ence
Bert Arden the neighborhood flower grower
Martha Conroy the efficient mother
George Conroy, city editor on the Herald
Marjorie Conroy just barely teen age
Jumor Conroy a serious high school seruor
Dilly Dalton Marjorie s best friend
Mrs Gnsgsby fifty sour and suspicious
Jeannie Matthews a dreamy semor
Mrs Matthews, Jeannie s worrying mother
Paul Matthews Jeanme s fun loving father
Hap, socially unconscious . ........... .
Mrs. Babbleton, sixty and sentimental . . . . .
Morrison Vanderpool, a psuedo-intellectual . . . .
Buzz Flugle, a "Throw back to Darwin" ........ .
Great-Aunt Alice, 89, vigorous and strong minded . .
Cousin Alicia, twitterpated cousin . .......... .
MAC'S CITY SERVICE
J im Thompson
..,,'.. Lorna Beck
Ay, , Dixie Boldt
L., .3 John Zmolek
. . .aff Donald Hermessy
, . . . . Jackie Dixon
. , . Roger Campbell
. . . Roger Randall
. . , Joanne Bakker
. . . Marlene Lowe
UPHOMURE CLASS 0FFl ERS
Presrdent Sharon Head
Vrce Presrdent Rex Hoskey
Secretary Treasurer Sandra McDowell
MR. GILL , Sponsor
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Husak. ROW TWO: K. Seidel, M. Basham, E. Cecak, D. Dolash, D. Buresh, R. Cosner, R. Kasal,
C. Nachazel, M. Cartwright. ROW THREE: R. Hill, A. Frederickson, K. Cooper, C. Ferneau,
T. Kucera. .T. Ebersole, B. Svoboda, D. Zeman. ROW FOUR: L. Sevcik, M. Nachazel, G. Benda,
L. Boerm, A. Kajer, T. Hofer, E. Balloun, D. Rairdin.
ROW ONE: L. Prusha, C. Konicek, M. Goodhart, L. Mattingly, D. Striley. J. Freese, P. Mohler.
ROW TWO: S. McDowell, J. V1asak,M.Bryan, K. Eernisse, M. Cibula, J. Valenta. ROW THREE:
D. Zmolek, G. Ramsdell, M. Becker, H. Wroughton, M. Kacer, M. Kucera, L. Taylor. ROW
FOUR: M. Uchytil, T. Wilkerson, B. Groves, D. Johnston, E. Kucera, D. Kovarik, M. Kvidera,
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Right . . . . . Bob Downer . . . . Secretary-Treasurer
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TWO: O. Turbett, I. Chizek, P. Yanda, D. Upah, R. Sevcik, D. Vore, ROW THREE: C.
Hladky, D. Vore, C. Suchy, D. Zhorne, E. Taylor, P. Stocklg ROW FOUR: R. Moore, L.
Walker, M. Plum, V. Simmons, 1. Wacha, R. McCoy.
ROW ONE: J. Breen, D. Hanson, E. Thoms, B. Hofer, D. Fletcher, C. Karkosh, D. Smith,
ROW TWO: B. Downer, L. Hatton, R. Chamra, S. Sebetka, L. Christensong ROW THREE: L .
Rebik, C. Balfour, I. Ebersole, B. Kubalek, G. Smith, I. Vore, ROW FOUR: I. Moffett, M.
DALE'S SHOE STORE
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Grandma s Helper Slave Driver
Egg walker Style Revxew 1847
RANK S HATCHERY
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ROW ONE: Nancy Bidwell, Sharla Christenson, Fred Raymon, Nancy Bogue, Betty Siedel,
Leonard Starits, Dale Edberg, Larry Eckhartg ROW TWO: Larry Arp, Paul Mason, Brian Rams-
dell, Sidney Moore, Buddy Whalen, Scot Smith, Merrill Masong ROW THREE: Joyce Zenor,
Phyllis Stevens, Shirley Walton, Sheila Schafer, Linda Reed, Jean Sevik, Sharon Loehndorf,
ROW FOUR: Miss McDonough, Denny Kaisand, Richard Skala, Frances Dolash, Steve Lowe,
Wayne Halupnik, Phyllis Bolt.
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Morgan, Gene Ribby, David Dolashg ROW TOW: Mrs. Smith, Karlene Emerson, Carolyn Mi-
nard, Kenneth Kansen, Louie Walton, La Verne Arp, Thomas Lyon, Robert Bolt, ROW THREE:
Kay Rhodes, John Basham, Myron I-loskey, lla Jean l-lead, Sylvia Wroughton, Irene Kacer,
Carla Walkerg ROW FOUR: Larry Young, Andre Smith, Gary Fink, Larry Applegate, Sandra
Dupre, Joan Becker, Dorothy Podhajsky,
TOLEDO FURNITURE COMPANY
BOARD OF EDUCA TION
LEFT TO RIGHT Herb Feuow Presuient, D1ck McComas, Kenneth Irlsh Idaha Kxverda
Walter Dahl Secretary ABSENT Lowell Downer
MELVIN D ANDERSON
Sohd Geometry, Tugonomeuy, Algebra IV
MR. EARL E. GILL
MR. NATHAN I. BOND
B, B, Coach, Asst.
and World Geo,
MISS MARGARET LAPITZ
Speech, English Il
English Lit. and World History
MISS CAROLE FRONING
MISS GWENDOLYN MAYER
MR. JAMES JONES
Mamh and Chemistry
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MISS BERNICE SCHREIBER
MR. EDWIN MELICHAR
MR. RODNEY RUST
MR. STANLY ALDINGER
MISS GAIL SELLS
BEAM IMPL EMEN T
FLOSSIE CAMPBELL, CYNTHIA SCHMIDT,
School Lum ch Sta ff
R. L. MORGAN, PAINT and WALLPAPER
THE NATIONAL BANK OF TOLEDO
STUDE T C UNCH.
ROW THREE: Bob Downer, Raymond Yerkes, Norman McCreary, Peter Husak, La Moine Hat-
ton, ROW TWO: Judy Chizek, Carolee Hennesy, Roger Campbell, Dennis Zmolek, Lester
Taylor, James Thompson, ROW ONE: President, Carolyn Head, Vice President, Joanne Vese-
ly, Secretary, Sharon Head, Collette Novak.
TEACHERS CADET DRP
ROW THREE: D. Upah, D. McCord, N. MoCreary, D. Brandt, R. Upah, R. McCreary, L.
Ar C. Hennesy. ROW TWO: Sponsor. Mr. Anderson, P. Atchison, B. Striley, C. Wie-
bold, M. Davis, B. Beck, M. Cooper, I. Vesely. ROW ONE: M. Ferris, F. Lewers, C. Head,
Jan. Aldrich, Io Aldrich, I. Huyck, I. Cizek.
F. J. KREMENAK
ROW FOUR: J. Freese, C. Hladky, M. Kacer, M. Becker, M. Lowe, M. Kucera, K. Eemis-
see, M. Davis, C. Novak, ROW THREE: J. Vlasak, I. Hladky, Janet Aldrich, Joanne Aldrich,
L. Beck, B. Beck, A. Kaisand, P. Collins, ROW TWO: B. Striley, M. Cooper, S. l-lead, B.
Irish, I. Valenta, D. Sells, E. Smith, I. Huyck, B. Curphyg ROW ONE: M. Scheid, F. Lew-
ers, N. Zeman, D. Nation, P. Fredricks, P. Nation, K. Smith, B. Husak.
ROW FOUR: Miss Mayer, C. l-lennesy, C. Nachazel, D. Fletcher, I. Ebersole, B. Kubalek,
C. Karnosh, M. Dvorakg ROW THREE: K. Sucky, D. Conrad, J. Bakker, C. Seivers, C. Kon-
icek, E. Thoms, B. Hoffer, R. Irons, D. Zhorne, L. Prushag ROW TWO: M. Basham, S.
Vesely, D. Bolt, K. Seidel, S. McDowell, F. Wheeler, D. Vore, D. Rush, ROW ONE: B.
Seidel, B. McAteer, P. Yanda, J. Chizek, S. Doyle, R. Seivers, P. Turbett, E. Taylor, L .
DR. KNIGHT E. FEE
FUTURE F RMERS of MERICA
ROW ONE: R. Hoskey, L. Boerm, R. Hoskey, D. Yanda, J. Benedik, R. Sells, Mr. Aldinger, Sponsor.
ROW TWO: K, Campbell, E. Vesely, K. Cooper, M. Goodhart, A. Frederickson, E. Cecak, D. Zeman, W,
Cooper, L. Matting1y,L. Sevcik. ROW THREE: E. Balloun, L. Christenson, L. Rebik, L. Hatton, S. Sebetka,
R. Campbell, D. Ebersole, T. Wilkerson, D. Dunham. ROW FOUR: J. Zody, D. Kovarik, C. Balfor, G.
Smith, M. Stockl, B. Dostal, S. Bauer, M. Nachazel, R. Kasal, J. P. Doyle. ROW FIVE: Charles Bruene,
J. Moffett, B. Skala, M, Hala, A. Kajer, R. Stevenson, D. Hofer, G. Benda, J. Ebersole, H. Gray.
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BUYS GLEE CLUB
ROW ONE: U, Vore, IJ, Zmoleck, M. Uchytil, J. Thompson, IJ,Su-iley, R. Hoskey, J. Benedict,
K, Campbell, A. Irish, Pianist, Miss Froning, Direcwr, ROW TWO: I., Hanlon, T. Hoffer, D,
Ehersole, R. Hill, G. Hayden, R. Groves, L. Mattimlly, R. Campbell. ROW THREE: C-. Novak,
R, Yerkes, R. Upah, lb, Iohntson, L, Boerm, R. McCreary, IJ. Mcflwrd, H, Graj.',I., Taylor,
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1ST STRING CHEERLEADERS -- Mary Scheid, Jean
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BA RRON MOTOR SUPPLY
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October 16 was a very eventful day
with Joanne Vesesly and Don Yanda raking
highest honors of Queen and King. Their
attendants were Earlene Smith, Phyllis Col-
lins, George Novak, and Don Upah.
Band float took first place with the
"Show Boat". Junior Class float took second
place with the "Liberty Bell". T-Club took
third place with "Paddling to Victory. "
The football game was played that
night between Toledo and Tama with Toledo
losing by a touchdown. The big dance was
held in the Community Building.
In all it was one big day ending quite
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FRONT ROW: Left: Don Yanda, Rich Hoskey, David McCord, Larry Arp. SECOND ROW: Joe
Doyle, Ray Sells, Milo Hala, Lonnie Boerm, Larry Smith, Ward Edberg. THIRD ROW: Donnie
Ebersole, Dennis Zmolek, John Zody, Dan J ohnston, Donald Bruene, Raymond Yerkes, Jim Peek.
FOURTH ROW: Danny Brandt, Don Hennessy, Albert Ingalls, Lester Taylor. BACK ROW: Rex
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M. Cooper, M, Davis, J, Huyck, J. Vesely, Jo Aldrich, SECOND ROW: E. Smith, C. Bagenstos
B. Irish, M. Ferriss, D. Bolt, C. Seivers, J. Hladky, N. Zemen. FIRST ROW: P. Collins, Editor
M. Blake, Ass't. Editor, P. Husak, Business Manager, I, Cizek, Ass't. Business Mang,g C. Head
Artist, Mr. Jones, Advisor.
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ROW THREE Mary Blake, Marlene Lowe, Dan Johnston Peter Husak Don Upah Floyd Fhnn
ROW TWO Joanne Freese, Joanne Vesely Sandra McDowell Sharon Head Tom Hoffer DIXIC
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McDowell, C. Seivers, D. Bolt, J. Bakker, M. Blake, J. Aldrich, J. Aldrich, C. Head, C.
Bagenstos. ROW ONE: R. Turbutt, M. Ferris, J. Chizek, N. Zeman, P. Burns, I. Hladky, K.
Benedik, I. Dixon, D. Vore.
ROW THREE: J. Anderson, I. Schwake, W. Edberg, L. Smith, T. Pyle, M. Hala, D. Bruene,
R. McCreary, H. Gray. ROW TWO: Teacher Miss Schreiber, I. Peek, R. Campbell, D. Yan-
da, H. Merrill, I. Yanda, D. Hennessy, L. wycoff. ROW ONE: C. Bagenstos, J. Hulsebus,
B. Atchison, B. Beck, D. Sells, F. Wheeler, P. Burns.
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