Traer High School - Redhawk Yearbook (Traer, IA)

 - Class of 1951

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PRINCIPALS MAR Y STARK A well known and familiar figure to all those in high school as well as those in junior high is Miss Stark. In her fourteen years as junior high principal at Traer, she has done a re- markable job of starting hundreds of students on their way through the last four years of high school. As both a teacher and classlsponsor she has been a friend to all under her supervision, especially the country students who start their high school under her guidance. Miss Stark holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Iowa State Teachers College where she majored in educa- tion and English. ALSTADT 8: LANGLAS BAKING COMPANY Kleen-Maid Bread QMISSQ MILDRED FRY B. A.: Coe College. Major: Piano and Public School mu- sic. Experience: Ten Years. QMISSQ PAULINE HAROLD B. A.: Coe College and the University of Iowa. Major: Education. Experience: Thirty-four Years. DONALD LENTH B. S.: Iowa State T e a c he rs College. Graduate Work: Drake University. Major: Physica1Education. Experience Six Years. QMISSJ VIOLA MOELLER B. A.: Coe College. Major: Socia1Science. Experience: Thirty-two Years. KEITH HARRIGLE B. S. : South Dakota State College. Graduate Work: U- niversity ofMinnesota. Major: Social and Political Sci- ence. Experience: Three Years. QMISSJ MARY BEECHER B. A.: Iowa State Te a c h e rs College. Graduate Work: Drake University, OregonStateCo1lege, and State Uni- versity of Iowa. Major: Earth Science. E xp e rien c e : Twenty-tvvo Yeats. REECE LAMBERT B. A.: Iowa State Teachers College and Upper Iowa U- niversity. Major: PhysicalEducation and Social Science. Experience: One Year. QMISSj RUTH DENNEY B.S.: Northeast Missouri State Teachers College. Post Graduate Work: North East Missouri State Teachers Col- lege. Major:Educat1on and Home Economics. Expert ence: Seventeen Years. HARRY S. BEZMAN ---- Physician 8: Surgeon 5 STUDENT COUNCIL LEFT TO RIGHT: Dale Halupnik, Donna Crawford, Melvin Hanus, Betty Paul, Lynne Caslavka, Dwain Holst, Margery Stevenson, Tommy Paul. R3Ymo nd Kuem This student group under the leadership of President Lynne Caslavka and guidance of Princi- pal Raymond Kuehl has done much for our school. The Student Council is composed of one member from each of the grades nine through twelve, one from instrumental music, one from vocal music, one from declamatory, and one from T Club. The pupils in electing their representatives usually choosea person of average intelligence, initiative, and a mind full of good ideas. The Student Council was confronted with the jobs of planning the home- coming festivities, the Christmas party, and the sale of beanies. The Student Council has, indeed, been a great help in running our school and in teaching the stu- dents to cooperate with each other and the faculty. BOETTCHER FURNITURE COIvlPANY 6 ANNUAL STAFF Kay Don Kahler Dwain Holst Editor Business Manager Janet Risvold Class Editor F. E. BRUTSMAN - - - Veter1nar1an . fm , I-I . -A . Dale Halupnik Sports Editor Bob Petersen Art Editor Jim Young Sports ASSISTANTS Music Nancy States Betty Paul Business Nlanager Margery Stevenson Jim Herink Lynne C a s Iavka Sports BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sh1r1eyWhanne1, Jean Alcorn, MIDDLE ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Shermar1Ewo1dt, Robert Marun, Teresa K13d1V0. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT. Ahce Kupka, Bernice Bradley, Sandra Young. Jim Seda Wayne Trimble Sports CAS' FEED STORE Photographic Miller Feeds - Hyline Chicks 8 xwwgsa Q Q X . m.., n if fx 'f'-' f,w5Gzw,?sg3 si ' N 1 T E pi.. K ,.,.. wi " , A, ' K "f-- vm 5 UQ ' . . 5, ,H 1 Q K i B L 5 f , 3 ACK ROW f" LEFT T ' LEFT To L E Vu O RIGHT. R1 GH T: M ICQ',DIQ3l'd ' DOFOIIU, V A I' Afdrfwl , Cnr: Bob pe Hlllcg-,Q 5 Q S, JUISSAION Iersen S ' PfLSIde11g. L , IW. Spon, A ' ecrelaryi ' Olshlzgw. A UR I I, Mn, , L S. 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Play 35BoyScouts I, 25 AnnualStaff 3, 4' DONNA CRAWFORD, "Blondie" Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3,45 Band2, 3,45 Play B. 45 PepB. 45 MarchingB. 3,4: Student Council 45 Sexterte 45 A11-state Chorus 45 Brass Sexterte 45 Vocal Solo 2,3,4: News Editor 45 Oper. 2,45 C la ss pla y 35 Declam. 1,25 Pep Club 45 4-H I,2, 3' 4- CAVALIER MOTOR COMPANY Buick Chevrolet 10 LUELLA HENDERSHOT, "Lulu" Pep Club 4g G.A. A. I,2:DeC1am 3, Class Play 3. WILLIAM DANKER, "Bill" F.B. I,2,3,4p Track I,2,3g Glee Club I,2, 3,4: Play B. 3,4: Band I , 2, 3,43 Pep B. 3,4: T-Club3,4: Sec. 4g Class Vice-president 4, Class Play gg Op'er. 2,4g 4-H 1, 2, 3,45 MixedChor- rus 2,3,4. LOIS JANSSEN , "Shorty" Glee Club 2,3,4: G.A.A. 1,2g Pep Club 4g Class Treasurer 4, Class Play 35 Student Council 33 Class Rep. 3: Declam. I,2, 3pGir1SCOLlIS I, 23 Op- er. 2,4. DWAIN HOLST "I-I01sLie" F.B.I:B.B.I,2,3,4gTrack1,2,3,4g Band I, 25 SaxQuartette I1 GleeClub I, 2g Class Secretary Treasurer x,3p Student Council Vice-President 4g T- Club 2, 3,45 A nnua 1 Staff 3, 4g Boy Scouts I,2,3: Oper. 25 Student Dir. Class Play 3. RALPH KVIDERA, "Spider" F.B. 45 B.B. 4:Baseball4g T-C1ub4. KAY DON KAHLER, "Kay" F.B. 1,2,3,4: B.B. 1,2,3,4g Track I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club ly, 2g Class Presi- dent 3g Student Council Ig Declam 35 Class Play 35 All-H.S. Play 33 Oper. 2g Boy Scouts I,2,3,4g Annual Staff 3, 45 T-Club 2, 3, 4. CHERVENY IMPLEMENT COMPANY 11 DONNA LATTING Pep Club President 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Class Vice-President 35 G.A.A. Ig Assist. Dir. Class Play 35 Oper. 4. SIDNEY MCCONNELL, "Sid" F.B. 2, 3,45B.B. 2, 3,45 Track 2, 3, 45 Ba seba ll 4: T-Club 2,3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Boy Scouts I, 25 News Editor 3. DOROTHY MCGOWAN, "Dody" G.A. A. I, 25 PepClub 45 Girl Scouts 1,2. CLEMENT NOVOTNY, "Clem" Wrestling I,2, 3, 45 T ra ck 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3,45 T-Club I,2, 3,45 Oper. 2,45 Class Play 35 Boys' Quartet 4. ROBERT PETERSEN, "Bob" F.B. I,2,3,4: B.B. 1, 2,3,4: Track I,2,4: Baseball 45 T-Club z,3,45 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus I, 2,3,45 Band I,2,3,45 Oper.2,45 Brass Sextet 2, 45 Coronet Trio 45 V0- calSolo 45 Boys'Quartet45Boy Scouts I,25Anr1ualStaff45 Class Secretary 45 Class Play 3. DOROTHY SEDA, "Dory" Glee Club 3,45 Pep Club 45 G.A.A. I, 25Dec1am 25 ClassPlay Comm. 3. COAST - TO - COAST A STORE IZ NORMAN THOMAS, "Scotty" F.B. 45 Manager l, 2: GleeClub l,2, 45MiXedCh0ruS I,2,4: T-C1ub1,2, 3,45 Electrician 2, 35 All-H.S. Play 35 Boyscours i,2,35 Bandr,25 Oper. 4. DONNA SCOTT, "Clara" Glee Club 45 Pep Club 45 Declam 35 Class Play 35A11-H.S. Play 35 Oper. 4. BETTY WESTPHALEN, "Bet" G.A. A. 1,25 Declam l,2, 3,45 Class Play 35 Girl Scouts I,2, 35 Annual Staff 45 Pep Club 45 Assist. Dir. All- H.S. Play 35 New Rep. l5 News Editor 4. DOROTHY VANICEK, "Dot" Concert B. l,2,3,45 Marching B. I, Maj. 25 Play B. 45 All-state B. 3,45 Inst. Solo t,2, 3.4: Clar. Quartet 1, 3, 45 Sextette 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Oper. 2,43 G. A.A. I, 25 GirlScouts l5 Pep Club 45 Cheerleader 3,45 Class President 45 Class Play 35 All-H.S. Play 35 De- clam 1, 35 Sports Rep. 45 AnnualStaff 45 4-H 2. DEAN WITWER' "Wit" F.B. 45 B.B. I,2.3,4: Baseball 45 Glee Club l,2,3,43 Oper. 2,4. DEKE MOTOR COMPANY FORD'S 13 THEN BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Donna Crawford, Galen Schwab, Stanley Eyres, Elmer Bradley, Lynne Caslavka, Wayne Bradley, Phillip Dart, Dorothy McGowan, Duaine Copley, Betty West phalen, Dwain I-Iolst. MIDDLE ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jacky Keese, Nathan Allen, Willis Keb shull, Roland Danner, James McCutcheon, Kay Don Kahler, Dale Thompson, Gerald Caslavka FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Fink, Bobby Peterson, Nancy Adams Norman Thomas, Donald Buchanan, Peggy Kriz, Sidney McConnell, Donna Scott, Dorothy Vanicek, Phyllis Wise man, Max Richmond, Billy Danker. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ralph Kvidera, Clem Novotny, Donna Scott, Lois Janssen, Donna Latting, Luella Hendershot, Dorothy McGowan. MIDDLE ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Peterson, Sidney McConnell, Lynne Caslavka, Donna Crawford, Betty Westphalen, Norman Thomas, Dwain Holst, Dean Witwer. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Elmer Bradley, Gerald Caslavka, Bill Danker, Dorothy Vanicek, Nathan Allen, Don Buchanan, Kay Kahler. 14 9 QNQWNX'-, KQV' ' 6 I ", , QC G iflxx If f ' I Q U J Pais DEKE MOTOR COMPANY Ford Sales 8: Service Phone 100 5. vw BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: MissDcnncy, Mr. Harrigle, sponsors. 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Teaching experience 28. Education received at Iowa Education received at Iowa Education received at Iowa State Teachers College. State Teachers College. State Teachers College. MISS EDNA MAE MISS BONNIE MISS ELZA WICKHAM CAUDLE GIGER Teaching experience 30. Teaching experience l. Teaching experience 23. Education received at Drake Education received at Iowa Education received at Iowa UFUVBYSUY- State Teachers College. State Teachers College. De- gree held Bachelor of Arts. -D ELI MRS. MARY HEATON Teaching experience II. Education received at Iowa State Teachers College. MRS. EVELYN STOAKES WILSON Teaching experience 16. Education received at Iowa State Teachers College. De- gree held Bachelor of Music Graduate work at University of Iowa. 25 EIGHTH GRADE Larry Barge Marlene Burrows Mary Lou Caslavka Jane Cherveny Mary Haenze Joan Halupnick Patricia Hursh Barbara Kucera Kathryn Madera Donald McConnell Patricia McVey Evelyn Moen Lois Petersen Joan Podhajsky Myrna Podhajsky Russell Pressley Betty Jean Seda Patty Tanner Wayne Thompson Lois Trimble Lavonne Untiedt Allen Voetberg Dorothy Young Judy Young ,R If SEVENTH GRADE Carol Axon Frona Bezman Marie Blocker Richard Chizek Robert Davis Raymond Dee Sandra Deke Ralph Draper Richard Engel Terrance Fry Charles Fuller Donald Hendershot Doris Hilton Kent Holst Bobby Joens Marilyn Kostlan Marve Lane Pat McC'arroll Delores McConnell Richard McKinney Vincent Pulkrabek Jeanne Read Gordon Robb Virginia Rogers Richard Shere John States Gordon Staveley James Trimble Loretta Van Corp Donald Westphalen HOI..UB'S JEWELRY HAROI..D'S FOOD CENTER ,, N' -dv' A We ay 1. 1, i M1000 X l 'VM w Q gm f , J X 1.33-1 Mg r J ' l 4 f I f 1,5 Hier- Q 06 .af film il 45 1 YT" v 1 at al , 4' 'W -0 4.1 '-'.."r" A W Q k. 6 JD -0 Q "N 'T' I If 'Mv- as-A nf' ,f I ,QZ 'I' 4 .- ina C .Q .A " ' Hrs' 0 '13, 1' ,RFQ M fl...'1 , A ax nl- , ' -.-I 'L :'a,' if 1 'Q do 1 L3 ,J 2 i Q R vii J the-, is V E 'P nr E ri' .fs 1 xl X , f he 5 l N. it i ' iff! 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Albert, Proprietor Phone 93 KINDERGARTEN Jimmy Axon Dickie Andresen Pamela Briggs Mike Cavanaugh Chad Cooper Joel Drahos Gordon Joens Jimmy Lee Donnie McKinney Janet Miller Billie Norris Jimmy Petersen Delbert Pressley Linda Sears Rachel Smith Bob Steffeny Linda Stuart Jerry Teckenburg Tommy Thompson Sally Turner Bobby Wickham Cathy Wood Bonnie Young L AWRENCE CHILDS XXX -- A junior pep club, which included 'L members from kindergarten through grade six, was organized this year for the first time, Paula Thomas and Ronnie Karr, fourth gradeg Gary Karr and Donnie Martin, fifth gradeg and Jackie Nagel, sixth grade, were chosen as cheerleaders to represent the group. This group led the cheering section during second team basketball games, They worked in co- operation with the senior cheerleaders, who have organized the pep club. The pep club wore white sweat shirts with Traer Redhawks written across the front. The senior class sponsored the sale of the sweat shirts. MARTIN'S CAFE AND TAVERN 35 SAFETY PATROL ag' y o S ll K r"Lk, This year the school organized a voluntary safety patrol group which is composed of all but three sixth graders. The American Automobile As- sociation not only provides the members with a white Sam Brown belt and an official patrol badge but also safetyposters which the patrol distributes among the grades each month. At the beginning of each semester the class selects acaptain and two lieu- tenants who assist the captain during his tour of dutybefore school, at noon, and after school. Although the patrol has complete authority over the entire student body who use the three school intersections, the boys and girls who are on duty are helpful and courteous in assisting the pupils. We wish to commend the safety patrol for their excellent work during the past school year. MOEN MOTOR COMPANY Dodge and Plymouth Cars 36 l . X f X My jj Y, xLN S 'Z' X CJ-J r -.XX , x 5 Q! f Q fo 0.-6' fm? xw f f ,K Rx fix . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '.'.'.'.'. .'.'.'.' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... .... .... .... ... ..- .... ..... .... .... .... ..... a... .... .... ..... .... ...- .... ..... .... ...- .... ..... ...- .-.. n... ..... ... ...- -.-.... . .....'. ......... ... .... ..... ......... ... ... ... ......-.. -... .-.. ..... ......... ... ... ..- .......... .... .... ..... . ......... ... ... ... . .......... ..... -... ..... no ..s....... ..... .... ..- ............n n... .... ...- ... ....... ........ .... -..- . ...... .. . .. .-. .......... ......... . . .. -.. ........- aa.-..... .... . ....... ........ .a............. .... ...... . ........ .. ..... .... ...... ' ' .1CIA:I'i6IlIAL..S'l:U15fCj BETTY PAUL HOMECOMING For the first time since 1943, a new procedure in homecoming was followed this year. This years' homecoming festivities were DCR spread over a two day pe riodg the NAJSCTHY VA customary high school parade was Y STA TIQCEK omitted. S Nine members of the honored class of 1900 were present at the homecoming program. They were Jane Stevenson Johnston, Blanche Guynn Steffen, Ethel Metcalfe Soule, Fred B. Wood, Anna Carlile Hild, Amanda Steffen Hansen, Grace Porterfield Thomas, Anna Dew Wright, and Edith Fleming Stoakes. Mrs. W. G. McCornack one of the teachers of 1900 was also present. The program consisted ofpantomimes of the early 1900's with the boys' and girls' glee clubs furnishing musicalthemes for each act. The band and a barbershop quartet composed of Max Richmond, Pep Cochran, Clem Novotny, and Bob Petersen added variety to the program. After the program a pep meeting was held around a gigantic bonfire. Traer didn't get rolling in the football game and lost to Toledo bya 13-0 score. Nancy States and Dorothy Vanicek were attendants to our homecoming queen, Betty Paul. Following the crowning of the queen, the alumni of Traer High School danced in an auditorium which was decorated in a western style. Bob Pierce and his or- chestra furnished the music. MUNGER FEED al SUPPLY COMPANY 38 IviELVIN ROBERT RALPH SIDNEY MARTIN PETERSEN KVIDERA MCCONNELL Guard End Tackle Back LYNNE DONALD CASLAV KA ELNIER BUCHANAN Center BRADLEY Back Most Valuable Back Co-captain Co-captain PEARLE'S STYLE SHOP Ready - to - Wear Phone 49 DALE LARRY ROGER DONALD HALUPNIK VOETBERG DALZIEL VOJTECH' Back End Tackle Guard 39 Bill Danker Jerry Caslavka Dean Witwer Guard Back End FOOTBALL Traer 13 . . . Vinton 0 Traer 6 . . . Grundy Center 13 Traer 13 . . . Ackley 0 Traer 45 . .1 . La Porte City 6 Traer 0 . . . Toledo 13 Traer Z7 . . . Reinbeck 13 Traer 13 . . . T.C.H. S. 19 Traer 12 . . . Eldora 7 Traer 35 . . . Gladbrook 7 Mr. Lenth Mr. Lambert Coach Asst. Coach PHILLIPS "66" SERVICE Les 8: Joe Pep Cochran Kay Don Kahler Vernon Hoeg Back End Guard 40 BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Lenth, Max Richmond, Jack Martin, Willis Kebschull, Harold Blocker, Dean Staveley, Carol McVey, Ray Burg- I hart, Melvin Hanus, and Mr. Lambert. MIDDLE ROW: Bill Long, Melvin Martin, Roger Dalziel Dale Halupnik, Vernon Hoeg Donald Vojtech Caslavka, Dean Wrtwer Bob Peterson, Don Buchanan Elmer Bradley Larry Voetberg, Stanley Eyres, and James Young. FRONT ROW: Gerald Lynne Caslavka, Sid McConnell, Ralph Kvidera, Bill Danker, Kay Kahler, Norma Thomas. The 1950 football season started at Traer on August 24 when Mr. Lenth and the mana- gers issued equipment to twenty-seven boys. Before the season was over the squad num- bered twenty-nineg there were eleven sen- iors, eleven juniors, six sophomores, and one freshman. With the return of ten lettermen, the team had a very successful season. The team finished the 1950 season with six wins and three defeats. In the North Iowa Cedar League the team's record of three wins and two defeats gave them third place in the final standing. Since only two regular linemen returned, Mr. Lenth and the boys had to work hard the first three weeks of practiceg but by the time Traer played her first game with Vinton a firm "forward wall" led the team to victory. Throughout the 1950 season a fine team spirit and excellent team co-operation were demonstrated by the boys. Lynne Caslavka was elected"most valu- able"5 Elmer Bradley and Don Buchanan were elected as co-captains. Senior players who graduated and received senior letters were Elmer Bradley, Don Buchanan, Jerry Ca- slavka, Lynne Caslavka, Bill Danker, Kay Kahler, Ralph Kvidera, Sid McConnell, Norman Thomas, and Dean Witwer. Junior boys who received major letters were Pep Cochran, Roger Dalziel, Dale Halupnik, Melvin Martin, and Don Vojtech. There were only two boys from the Sophomore and Freshman Classes who received major letters. They were Larry Voetberg and Vernon Hoeg. The sophomores who received minor letters were George Draper, Bill Long, Melvin Hanus, Jack Martin, and James Young. Lynne Caslavka and Don Buchanan were given honorable mention by the Iowa Daily Press Association in their selection of All- State football teams. Lynne Caslavka was voted thirteenth best center in the state by the Des Moines "Register" Lynne and Don were also given first team berths on the Marshalltown "Times-Republi- can"all-area team. Sid McConnell and Dale I-Ialupnik received third team positions. Ralph Kvidera, Bill Danker, and Larry Voetberg werergiven honorable mention. PLEASE -U -CAFE Amelia Claussen 41 Bob Powell 'l'raer's Redhawks Wm Two Games in Four Days from ckle and LaPorte Take League Tilt U C - At Ackley Friday Redhawks Wm By l3-0 Score Umeasing a powerful running at- tacl-t, Traer high schools football team pounded out a 13-0 victory owt Ackrey there last Friday night in a Nortr. Iowa-Cedar league game. The Redhawk line play and blocking were improved as Halupnik. McCon- nell and Buchanan drove and dodged for steady gains through and around the Ackley forward wall. Traer pil- ed up double the yardage accumulat- ed bg. the Raiders and were inside Ackiey's 20-yard line three times be- sides their two scoring thrusts. A stiff cross wind held passing to a miaire'15m1.d1!1'ingWe smear ., .M Redhawks Drop Homecoming Tilt To Toledo, 13-0 Raiders Spoil Celebration By Halting Traer Offense And Connecting on Passes The homecoming celebration of Traer high school was dampened on Dennis field Friday night as a key- ed-un band ol' Toledo Raiders stop- ped trie usually potent Traer offense cold and carried off a 13-0 victory before the Redhawks' homecoming crowd. The Redhawks were rarely in the game offensively. The line leaked like a sieve: the backs ran too long in one place: the pass receivers couldnt hang onto balls tossed right in their handsg the blockers wouldn't have knocked down a rag doll. May- be it was the toll of playing three games in eight days. Maybe it was a letdown after their previous easy victory over LaPorte City. Perhaps it was too much preparation for Homecoming. Whatever it was, thn- Redhawks, looked nothing like the team that had previously won three Over inton in Opener, 12 to 7 Stampede to Victory Over l Favored Benton Countians l Traer high school's "thin red line," ,outweighed 14 pounds to the man I V by Vinton high's football team, bat- tled gamely on Dennis field last Fri- day night to upset the favored 'Purples, 12 to 7. Playing before a l"'if'e crowd here in the season o en .s"r P - er, the Redhawks surged to touch- 1 l -of four , games. A . Redhawks Lose Loop Game to Grundy, 13 to 6 Traer Outgains Spartans Bur Is Stymied by Good Punting of the Winners g Although they racked up double the first downs that Grundy Center did, outgained the Spartans on the ground and in the air, Traer high school's football team could manage only one touchdown to Grundy's two and went down to a 13-6 defeat at Grundy Center last Friday night. It was the opening North Iowa-Cedar 1,--.- -I--L IA- I-AGL Gnnrne .downs in the second and third quar- ters to rack up their tenth victory over Vinton in the 17-jvesr series. -ii --.,-. . H N Past Reinbeck For 27-13 win Traer's Last Period Surge , For 3 Touchdowns Takes Victory in League Game .ini -, ,W Y A ROHNUS from behind with a devas- tating fourth quarter attack, Traer high school's football team rolled for three quick touchdowns that gave them a 27-13 victory over Reinbeck there Friday night and kept them in the race for the North-Iowa Cedar league title. It was an offensive bat- tle all the way between the Redhawk Single wing and the Ram T-fom1a- tion. The first half was evenly play-. ed, ending in a 7-7 tie, although the Redhawks had the ball on Reinbeck's 10-yard line when time ran out at the half. After spotting the Rams a thi1'd"-luarter score, Traer turned on the power in a closing drive that overwhelmed the defending cham- pions. R dhawks Trim lPanthers, 35-7, bln Last Game 1 Wind Up Football Season With Six Victories, Three Losses for Don Lenth An inspired Traer high school team 'trounced the Gladbrook Panthers, 35 to 7, Tuesday night at Dennis field to wind up the season with six wins and three losses. Traer racked up twelve first downs to the Panthers' eight and had complete control of the game from beginning to end. The backs got good blocking and the line was mnanifinnnf. The Panther de- 545-6, in Monday l Romp on LaPorte, ' Afternoon Clash l I With their veteran backfield blaz- ing down the touchdown trail, Traer Ehigh school's gridders rompedi over ,N an inexperienced LaPorte City team . . ' h M d ' - Tramps ,,Mlghty Mldgetsv t ere on ay afternoon, 45 to 6. La Porte was big enough and willing enough, but the greenness of their first year of football hadn't yet worn off. The Redhawks ripped off four touchdowns in the first quarter, three in the second and one in the third as they coasted to an easy vic- tory. , The fast and shifty feet of Don, Buchanan and Sid McConnell, thel ,driving dashes of Dale Halupnik, thel rugged blocking of Elmer Bradleyf and the good work of a rapidly-im-Z proving Traer line were just tool much for the LaPorte team. ti Panthers Beat Redhawks by Redhawks Roll 2 19 to 13 Score 1 Stubborn Redhawk Team Holds Panthers 1 After Early Lead Q A hard-fighting and determined lTraer high school team succumbed, 119 to 13, to a superior Teachers' ,team from Cedar Falls at Dennis lfield last Friday night. Statistically, ,the teams were close and for a while ,111 the early part of the game iii ,looked as if the Redhawks might ltriumph, but in the end thesuperior' lwelght and play of the Panthers lwon the victory. The Redhawks ral- Elied in the last half for both their l touchdowns after Teachers had built' .UP 8 19-0 lead-.na . - i i ,Redhawks Win Last , 5League Game, 12-7 4 Hot in First Half, Cold i As Patrons in Second Flashing to two quick touchdowns lin the first 11 minutes of play, the ' Traer high school gridders took a 12-7 victory over Eldora here Wednesday. night. The victory in the last leaguel game of the season for the Redhawksl gave them third place in the six-I team North Iowa-Cedar league with three wins and two losses. fEldora rallied after Traer's opening spree and gave the Redhawks a real battle. The Tigers recorded twice as many first downs at the Redhawks and roll- ed up considerable yardage in the last half, but the Traer team clung grimly to the early lead and yielded only one touchdown to the visitors. The long punts of Voetberg and the rugged linebacking of L. Caslavka and Bradley helped keep the Tigers avisyasm - FB ESHMAN FOOTBALL R l .W , ,l 5 f 5 Q, 1 x ., . BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Tommy Paul, LeRoy I-iaenze, Robert Kucera, LeRoy Kopriva, Max Kriz, Alvin Hendershor. FRONT ROW: Richard Dahms, Norman Chizek, Vernon Hoeg, David Staveley, Bill Young, Terry Martin. For the first time in the history of Traer High School, the 1950 Freshman Class engaged in competitive football with teams from surrounding schools. The freshman squad, which is separate from the senior high school squad, was made up of twelve boys. These boys under the coaching of Mr. Lam- bert made excellent progress. During the football season this team played with Teacher's College High School. The Traer boys led until the last minute when the "Little Panthers" intercepted a pass and scored a touchdown, the game ended with a score of 13-7. In their next game with Reinbeck the "Junior Redhawks" ended the game on the short end of a 14-7 score. The final game of the season found the "Boys in Red" trouncing the "Little Teach- ers" 26-O. The squad members were Tommy Paul, REQ LeRoy Haenze, RT: Norman Chizek, RG3 Max Kriz, C: Alvin Hendershot, LT5 LeRoy Kopriva, LG3 Terry Martin, LE3 Robert Kucera, QBg Bill Young, FB3 Richard Dahms, RH5 David Stavelev, LH5 Vernon Hoeg, RG, and LH. PUCKETT'S Neighborhood Grocery - MAYE Sn A.J. COATE 43 Gerene Chizek Dorothy Vanicek Nancy States I..aVonn Musfelt 44, DWAIN HOLST Forward Co-Captain LARRY VOETBERG Center DALE HALUPNIK Forward Most Valuable RALPH KVIDERA Guard Co-Captain GERRY CASLAVKA BOB PETERSEN LYNNE CASLAVKA Guard Forward G1-lard 1 NATHAN ALLEN KAY DON KAHLER BILL LONG Forward Forward Center R.EUEL'S .TACK SEQEKAT FOOD STORE BASKETBALL SQUAD 1950-'51 BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Willis Kebschull fmanagerj, Dick Martin, Walter Trimble, LeRoy Haenze, Norman Chizek, Stanley Eyres, Wayne Trimble, Richard Dahms, Robert Kucera, Mr. Lambert fcoachj. MID- DLE ROW: James Young, David Staveley, Vernon Hoeg, Leslie Untiedt, Dena Witwer, Kay Kahler, Melvin Martin, Jack Martin, Terry Martin, Tommy Paul. FRONT ROW: Gerald Caslavka, Sidney McConnell, Ralph Kvidera, Bob Petersen, Billy Young, Larry Voetberg, Dwain Holst, Dale Halupnik, Nathan Allen, Lynne Cas- lavka. BASKETBALL The 1950-1951 basketballseason will long be remembered by both the fans and the Redhawk squad. At the beginning of the season, Coach Lambert did not quite know what to expect of his players, but by the middle ofthe season he had found his most dependable players. From this point on, Traer usually emerged victorious. As the team approached the tournament season, it became evident that Traer would be hard to beat, for the team lost only three out of the last twelve games played. Of these games two were lost to tourna- ment champions. In the county basketball tourna- ment the Redhawk's big gains loomed through Gladbrook and Dysart, then Geneseo lowered to our superior forces in the consolation game. They later proceeded to sweep a confident Vinton team off its feet and for the second time in the history of the school won a sectional tournament. The cagers brought a good follow- ing with them to the district tourna- ment. After a slow start our boys proved an even match for the favored Independence team. Once again the Redhawks had given the short end of the score to a favored team. But all good things must come to an end sooner or later, for Traer could not overtake the powerful Teachers High School team in the district championship. This past season has proven, without a doubt, that Traer basket- ball teams can win basketball games. It is hoped that this record will be a stimulus to future Traer teams. SIMON 'S Style Shoppe 46 2 I DON BUCHANAN 145 ELMER BRADLEY Captain 155 FRANK LUNDAK 135 135 i RAY BURGHART PEP COCHRAN 123 MELVIN HANUS 145 CLEM' NOVOTNY GEORGE DRAPER 129 BILL YOUNG 118 112 ALVIN HENDERSHOT MAX RICHMOND 105 ' 95 Most Valuable STEFFEN 8: MCCUTCHEON I 48 WRESTLING SQUAD 1950-'51 BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bryce Bohnsack, Jim Seda, Max Kriz, LeRoy Kopriva, Jim Herink, Melvin Hanus, Carol McVey, Dean Staveley, Mr. Lenth. FRONT ROW: Max Richmond, Alvin Hendershot, Bill Young, Pep Cochran, George Draper, Frank Lundak, Clem Novotny, Don Buchanan, Elmer Bradley. After an undefeated 19 4 9 - 5 0 season marred only by a tie with Newton, the Red- hawk wrestlers were expected to make this an even better season. The six returning lettermen were Max Richmond, Pep Cochran, Clem Novotny, Don Buchanan, George Draper, and Elmer Bradley. Filling out the remainder of the first team were Franklin Lundak, Billy Young, and Alvin Hendershot. ' The second annual wrestling tournament was held on February 10 in the Traer gym- nasium. The schools participating were Teachers College High School, West Water- loo High School "B", East Waterloo High School"B" team, and Traer. West High came out on top with forty-one points. Traer and Teachers High followed with twenty-six and East High was last with seventeen points. Three Redhawks who finished with blue rib- bons were Pep Cochran, Ray Burghart, and Elmer Bradley in the 118, 133, and 155 pound Classes respectively. In the district wrestling tournament held at Cedar Rapids, February 2.3-24, Max Richmond won first place in the 95 pound class and Elmer Bradley captured second in the 155 pound class. On March 1-Z, Elmer Bradley climaxed his high school wrestling career by copping the state title in his respective class. Elmer finished his high school wrestling days with an outstanding record of Z8 wins, 3 losses, and one draw. Max, a promising contender for the 95 pound title, was forced to withdraw from the state tournament due to illness. SCHEDULE Traer Vinton. Traer Tama . . . Traer Independence . Traer Newton . . . Traer C. R. McKinley Traer T.C.H.S. . . Traer Newton . . . Traer Independence . Traer C. R. Franklin. Traer Tama . . . Traer Vinton. STEFFEN 8: MCCUTCHEON 49 DEAN P. 8: ARTHUR THOMAS BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Max Kriz, Bob Martin, Wayne Trimble, Jim Young, Larry Voetberg, Leslie Untiedt, Don Vojtech, Willis Kebschull, Norman Chizek, and Mr. Lambert fcoachj. SECOND ROW: Terry Martin, LeRoy Kopriva, Bob Petersen, Lynne Caslavka, Sid McConnell, Kean Witwer, Jerry Caslavka, Norman Thomas, Robert Kucera, and Walter Trimble. FIRST ROW: Dick Martin, Tommy Paul, Max Rich- mond, Pep Cochran, Roger Dalziel, Dale Halupnik, George Draper, Carol McVey, and Bryce Bohnsack. With the return of twelve returning lettermen the prospects for the 1951 track season were very good. The track squad traveled to Latham Field at Cedar Falls in defense of their 1950 North Iowa League track crown. BASEBALL After an absence of twenty years base- ball was again included in the sports pro- gram of Traer High School. Traer will be the sixth team in the North Iowa Cedar League to take up baseball, therefore corn- pleting the possibility of having it become a major sport in the Conference. Q BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Melvin Hanus, Frank Lundack, Jack Martin, JimYoung, Harold Blocker, Rex Hagedorn, Larry Voetberg, Bill Long, Leslie Untiedt, David Staveley, Dick Dahms and Mr. Lenth fcoachj. SECOND ROW: Vernon Haeg, Kay Kahler, Elmer Bradley, Lynne Caslavka, Sid McConnell, Nathan Allen, Clem Novotny, Don Buchanan, and Dwain Holst. FIRST ROW: Ray Burghart, Alvin Hendershot, Jim Seda, Pep Cochran, Bill Young, Dale Halupnik, Robert Kucera and Terry Martin. TRAER CLEANERS TRACK T-CLUB BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Willis Kebschull, Harold Blocker, Rex Hagedorn, Larry Voetberg, Bill Long, Don Vojtech. THIRD ROW: Jack Martin, Jim Herink, Melvin Martin, Roger Dalziel, Melvin Hanus, Carol McVey, George Draper. SEC- OND ROW: Pep Cochran, Sidney McConnell, Dean Witwer, Dwain Holst, Nathan Allen, Dale Halupnik, Kay Don Kahler, Norma Thomas, Billy Danker, FIRST ROW: Bob Peterson, Ralph Kvidera, Don Buchanan, Lynne Caslavka, Elmer Bradley, Clement Novotny, Gerald Caslavka. The T Club of Traer High School is an organization which any athletic letter- winner may join. The members are voted in by the T Club. The T Club is sponsored by the athletic director, Mr. Lenth. The T Club has five officers--the presi- dent, vice-president, secretary-treasurer, custodian, and a student councilmember-- which are elected for one year terms. The duties of the T Club are to elect a homecoming queen, select a member on the student council, elect a winter sports queen, and select a member for the Bruce Erickson Memorial Award. This member must be a senior and win senior letters in all three major sports his senior year. At the close of the school year theT Club initiates new letter winners into the club. The initiation takes place on the thirty-fifth week of the school year. They must be formally initiated at that time. LEFT TO RIGHT: Don Buchanan, vice presidentg Elmer Brad- ley, custodian, Dwain Holst, student council, Bill Danker, sec- retary treasurerg Lynne Caslavka, president. TRAER DAIRY BAR 52 TRAER STAR-CLIPPER CHRISTMAS DANCE QUEEN KING Barbara Hanus Dale Halupnik Winter Sports King and Queen For the second straight year, a Hanus girl was winter sports queen. This year Barbara was the queen and her at- tendants were Caroline Crist and Dorothy Vanicek. 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TWIRLERS, BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: EthelLudvicek, Karla Yazarian, Carolyn Crouse, Bernice Brad- ley, Faye Lou Wells. FRONT ROW: Carol Weber, Shirley Hal- upnick, Judy Yolmg, Judy Whipple, Bernadine Baker. CENTER: Majoretteg Janet Risvold. MAJORETTE JANET RISVOLD TRAER FOOD LOCKER y Phone 43 CONCERT BAND FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: PatRichmond, Sandra Young Marian Hanus, Crystal Wilson, Betty Kutin. THIRD ROW: Don ald Vojtech, Marlys Podhajsky, Shirley Whannel, Evelyn Moen Shirley Dalziel, Marilyn Kostlan, Molly Martin, Mayme Seda LeRoy Haenze, Keith Early, Barbara Hanus, Donna Crawford Betty Paul, Lynne Caslavka, Jeanne Reed, Doris Hendershot Dorothy Young, Joan Halupnick. SECOND ROW: LaVonn Mus- felt, Sandra Deke, Dorothy Vanicek, Nancy States, Jane Cherveny, Mary Francis Haenze, Ramona Vanicek, Bill Dank- er, Margery Stevenson, Willa Stevenson, Bob Petersen. FIRST ROW: Janet Risvold, Gerene Chizek, Mary Lou Caslavka, Lois Trimble, Jane Early, Marilyn Stevenson, Sue Simms. All State Band and Chorus LEFT TO RIGHT: Donna Crawford, Dorothy Vanicek, Nancy States, Max Richmond, Lynne Caslavka, Betty Kutin, Janet Risvold, This group represented the Traer High. School at the Fourth Annual Music Festival in Des Moines on November 25. Of this group Dorothy Vanicek, alto clarinetistg Janet Risvold, Bb clarinetistg and Nancy States, bass clarinetist, played in the All-State Concert Band. Donna Crawford, alto, Betty Kutin, soprano, Max Richmond, tenor, and Lynne Caslavka, bass, sang in the 1264 voice A ll- State Chorus. TRAER LUMBER COMPANY-Building Material-Coal PEP BAND BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Shirley Dalziel, Mayme Seda, LeRoy I-laenze, Marian Hanus, Patricia Richmond, Betty Kutin, Donna Crawford, Betty Paul. MIDDLE ROW: Janet Risvold, Gerene Chizek, LaVonn Musfelt, Mary Lou Caslavka, Jane Cherveny, Mary Francis Haenzc, Ramona Vanicek, Billy Danker, Margery Stevenson, Willa Stevenson. PLAY BAND BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sandra Deke, Donald Vojtech, Shirley Dalziel, Marilyn Kostlan, Mayme Seda, LeRoy Haenze, Marian Hanus, Patricia Richmond, Betty Kutin, Donna Crawford, Betty Paul, Lynne Caslavka. MIDDLE ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: LaVonn Musfelt, Mary Lou Caslavka, Dorothy Vanicek, Nancy States, Jane Cherveny, Mary Francis Haenze, Ramona Van- icek, Billy Danker, Margery Stevenson, Willa Stevenson, Bob Petersen. FRONT ROW: Janet Risvold, Gerene Chizek, Lois Trimble. TRAER MAID-RITE - Charles Scudder GIRLS' GLEE ClUBBOYS' GLEE CLUB BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Faye Lou Wells, Marian Hanus, Donna Latting, Bernice Bradley, Bernadine Baker, Shirley Bru- baker, Darlene Tanner, Faye McKinney, Loretta Byrnes, Shirley Dalziel, Sue Simms, Nancy States, Norma Barge, Sandra Young, Crystal Wilson, Ramona Vanicek, Hazel Drews, Betty West- phalen, Teresa Kladivo. MIDDLE ROW: ArleneDostal, Barbara Hanus, Doris Hendershot, PatriciaRichmond, Doris Hulse, Dor- othy McGowan, Marilyn Strachota, Donna Scott, Donna Craw- ford, Marilyn Stevenson, Darlys Philip, Alice Kupka, Joyce Kaclrmas, Willa Stevenson, Margery Stevenson. FRONT ROW: Betty Kutin, JoAnn Strachota, Caroline Crist, Shirley Whannel, Gerene Chizek, Wilma Lund, Betty Paul, LaVonnMusfelt, Luella Hendershot, Shirley Deke, Dorothy Vanicek, Jean Alcorn, Mayme Seda, Marlys Podhajsky, Ellen Janssen, Lois Janssen, Beverly Wendt. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dean Zimple, Jim Herlnk, Sherman Ewoldt, Don Vojtech, Leslie Untiedt, Larry Voetberg, Dean Witwer, Bob Petersen, Dale Halupnik, Norman Thomas, Vernhn Hoeg, Carol McVey. MIDDLE ROW: Max Richmond, Jim Seda, LeRoy Kopriva, LeRoy Haenze, Norman Chizek, Pep Cochran, Clem Novotny, Elmer Bradley, Lynne Caslavka, Billy Danker, Jerry Caslavka, Jim Young, Billy Young. FRONT ROW: Norman Ewoldt, Dick Martin, Billy Altenhein, Walter Trimble, Richard Foster, Keith Early, Terry Martin, Tommy Paul, Alvin Hendershot, Dick Dahms, Jack Martin, Melvin Hanus. TRAER PRODUCE 2 , , m , .ri" f BOYS F A f OUARTET 4 it pw LEFT TO RIGHT: Max Richmond, Pep Cochran, Clem Novotny, Bob Petersen. 2' . vc' sums 5 sfxm LEFT TO RIGHT: Margery Stevenson, Donna Crawford, Dorothy Vanicek, Nancy States, Janet Risvold. Betty Kutin. usFT TO RIGHT: DarlysPhi1p, Wi11aStevenson, shuleynalziel, Ramona Vanicek, Darlene TRAER SALES Tanner, JoAnn Strachota. COMPANY 59 1 ' 1 Dorothy Vanicek Nancy States, Crystal BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Marilyn Strachota, Doris Hulse, Shirley Da zie , , Wilson, Donna Crawford, Dean Zimple, Sherman Ewoldt, Leslie Untiedt, Larry Voetberg, Dean Witwer, Bob Petersen, Norman Thomas, Elmer Bradley, Clem Novotny. MIDDLE ROW: Doris Hendershot, Gerene Chizek, LaVonn Musfelt, Patricia Richmond, Darlys Philp, Ramona Vanicek, Willa Stevenson, Billy Altenhein, James Seda, LeRoy Haenze, Pressley Cochran, Lynne Caslavka, Billy Danker, Gerald Caslavka, Dale Halupnik. FRONT ROW: Betty Kutin, JoAnn Strachota, Wilma Lund, Mayme Seda, Margery Stevenson, Betty Paul, Norman Ewoldt, Richard Foster, Max Richmond, Alvin ' ' h d Dahms, James Young. Hendershot, Terry Martin, Tommy Paul, Ric ar ACCOMPANISTS E5 JAN STAT ET NANCY me club Gigs, GRISVOL13 BOYS' G Mix lee Club ed Chorus HAROLD TRIMBLE 60 MIXED CLARINET QUARIEI LEFT TO RIGHT: Jllllcl Risvold, Gcrenu Chizck, Nancy Slalcs, Dorothy Vanicek. -if CLARINET QUARIEI LEFT TO RIGHT: Janet Risvold, Gerenc Chiiek, Mary Lou Caslavka, LaVonn Musfelt. D. N. VOETBERG VETERINARIAN fy-pw ,- I I CLARINET LEFT TO RIGHT: Jallcl Risvold, Gcrcnc Clzizck, LaVo1m Musfcll. 5 2 5 5 i 3 i S 2 5 INSTRUMENTAL SOLOISTS BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy States, Janet Risvold, Dorothy Vanicek, LeRoy Haenze. FRONT ROW: Shirley Dalziel, Mayme Seda, Ramona Vanicekg Willa Stevenson. VOCAL SOLOISTS BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Crystal Wi1son,Janet Risvold, Lynne Caslavka. Nancy States, Donna Crawford. FRONT ROW: Betty Kutin, Patty RiChmOHd. Doris Hulse, Mayme Seda. WALNUT DAIRY - Waterloo, Iowa 62 LEFT TO RIGHT: Lynne Caslavka, Donna Crawford, LeRoy Haenze, Ramona Vanicek, Bob Peter- sen, Willa Stevenson. N . ,XS N' A ! ui' I WHANNELHS HARDWARE LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Petersen, Margery Stevenson, Willa Stevenson 63 During our first assembly program of the year on September 28, we traveled over the ocean and through the fiords to the Scandinavian countries with Mr. Al Bell. Mr. Bell displayed many interesting but odd articles from the land of the "Midnight Sun. " He showed a movie that he had taken while on his trip through Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. The movie depicted countryside scenes and the ways of life of these people. After the program the students decided that they had learned something and actually en- joyed doing so. ASSEMBLIES Mr. Otto Schacht, one of America's best concert artists, presented a lecture recital on Gctober 19. His widely ranged resonant voice and his matchless diction proved to make one of the most educational assemblies of the year. Warm words of appreci- ation from students and teachers and innumerable comments indicated that they were not only 1f"eased by his music but also impressed by his deep love of America and how much it meant to him to sing "Danny Boy" and the "Lord's Prayer, " G, M. DALBEY, Physician X WIC KHAM' S GROCERY 'fc' ,. ,, , fy lf lf' X X 34, Y 4, QA ix '41, -4, f' . Ji - 111 l Aw, vi? -.L HW ' ' 1 1 : I1 Ir' I M gf' mf, fb, f -,rig ,L X pp ' ,qi My 5 'V K. , mp, , 1,'f X ,-If fr:-K ., ' l Q, 4 ' '2 K 'il rm V ,G , ' 4,50 'nm f 1 ,H m .f."fffsf , 'aw if, -f -6 4' f' ' N ww Affilffuff. P H ' Agj ig, 'A ' . 52' ' ' gf, ff pr- ' l.fIv,fi'v I N3 ,H fy ,if ..,.,..5 ,',,,,xE 3 ly, h Q avi, A f' ,W f .X ' 'V X137-ff:-" L Ybiyj ' -"+1f1,' -.Q-i" N f .ffl A ,,, , 'f,.-Jwj?-x diff! 2 1' , ' I , ' f-Q. 1 . "ya f f P nu W "V, , I www? "4 4, ,. f- hit' ' I, f, -g y " X 0 ,jk fl' 'Q' ' "' . . 4. .-V ' ' 1 .H J'L,., . ' .I V. l .124 WZ L 15' 'HM AJ ' M, , ,J . , D :N-, . 'vlfiw 1+ wb'-""L: ' ,-gJ,' , f " Z: 'f:1Sz+,5g A,-6-47M b Q' if ,J ilfrwfe i, ' 'Q--,M " y, L , The American Legion Award, which consists of medals and certificates, is given annually to the pupils of the Traer school who are outstanding in scholarshi , character, and activities. The students are divided into three grade divisions: 4-5-61 7-8-9, and 10-ll-12. They are then judged by all teachers withwhom they come into contact during the school year. A winner may receive only one medal in each division but may receive three certificates. The list of winners who were in Traer Public School during the 1950- 1951 year is.published below. The winners of this year's award cannot be published because the selection is not announced until Commencement time. CLASS OF 1951 Kay Don Kahler Medal 4-7 Certificate 5-6-8-9-10-11 Dorothy Vanicek Medal 5 Certificate 6-9 - 10- 1 1 William Danker Medal 6 Dwain Holst Certificate 11 CLASS OF 1952 Dale Halupnik Medal 4-10 Certificate 5-6 -8 -9 Janet Risvold Medal 6-8 Certificate 7-9- Gerene Chizek Certificate 5 -6-9 CLASS OF 1953 Nancy States Medal 5-8 Certificate 4-6- James Young Medal 4 Certificate 5-6-8 Shirley Whannel Certificate 5 Doris Hulse Certificate 5 James Seda Medal 9 CLASS OF 1954 LeRoy Haenze Medal 6-7 Certificate 5-8 Shirley Dalziel Medal 4 Certificate 5-6 Sue Jean Simms Certificate 4-6 Marilyn Stevenson Certificate 4-5 -6 -8 Willa Stevenson Certificate 4-5-6 CLASS OF 1955 Kathryn Madera Medal 6 Certificate 5-7 Mary Lou Caslavka Medal 4-7 Certificate 5-6 A. W. E. MOBIL Service Station 7-9 Joan Halupnik Medal 5 Certificate 6 Lois Jean Trimble Certificate 4-5- Dorothy Young Certificate 4-5- Betty Jean Seda Certificate 4 CLASS OF 1956 Marie Blocker Medal 5 Certificate 4 Frona Bezman Medal 4 Certificate 5-6 Sandra Deke Certificate 4-5 - Pat McCarrol1 Medal 6 Certificate 4-5 Richard She re Certificate 5 Charles Fuller Certificate 4-6 CLASS OF 1957 Jane Earle Medal I-5 Bob Dedic Certificate 4-5 Dan Martin Certificate 4 David Vanicek Certificate 4-5 Carolyn Crouse Medal 5 CLASS OF 1958 Faye Simms Medal 4 Elizabeth Freeman Certificate 4 Gary Karr Certificate 4 James Ralls Certificate 4 s L '-5"Y a f it we.. -' 7311 .211 Wi?-3 ' " ffSi"C1i: ' JUNIOR CLASS DQR On November seventeenth the juniors presented their junior class play "Seven Sisters." Mrs. Gyurkovics fCrystal Wilsonj, a widow, had the almost impossible task of rearing her family of seven daughters. With the aid of Janko fMax Richmondl, the butler, she made excellent progress until Mitzi Uanet Risvoldj attempted to get her three older sisters married in order that she might be free. Horkoy fMelvin Martinj, a friend, agreed to help her provided that she would give him a kiss for each of the sisters for whom he finds a husband. Mitzi agreed to do this under one condition, that he would wait to be paid until all three of the sisters were married. The two succeed in getting Katinka fMar- gery Stevensonj, Sari flaoretta Byrnesl, and Ella fAlice Kupkal married to Colonel Radviany fStanley Eyresl, Michael San- dorffy fDean Zimplel, and Gida Radviany fWillis Kebschulll, respectively. Horkoy posed as Toni Teleki, a cousing before the curtain finallyfell, the realToni QPressley Cochranj arrived and c o mp li c a t e d matters. 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