Tulare High School - Chieftain Yearbook (Tulare, SD)
- Class of 1951
Page 1 of 32
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
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Text from Pages 1 - 32 of the 1951 volume:
We wish to dedicate this year book
to a teacher whose prime objective has
been to educate us scholasticrlly and
socially, so tftxat we may be more able
to pursue a successful future.
With a great deal of respect and
admiration we wish to dedicate this
1951 CHIETAIEDto our good friend and
teacher MISS KEOSTER.
Editor in Chief-----------Delores Meyer
Assi stem: Editor----------Cl nton Stoner
sine as Manager-w-
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Mr. Robert 31001!
St. Cloud Teachers College
St. Cloud, Minn.
6th, 7th and 8th
Miss Bonita Magar
Northern State Te achers College
Aberdeen, 80. Dak.
3rd 4th and 5th.
Northern State Teachers
Dakota We sleyan
lat and 2nd
Northern State Teacher
Dakota We sleyan
Fre shxnan Class Adviser
Sephomore Class Advise
M. W. SEEING
Yankton 00119 ge
University of Denver
Junior Class Atlvis
Student Dunc il Advi sor
St. Thomas College
Macale ster College
Senior Class Adviser
Annual and Paper Adviser
SENIOR CLASS .
Class Motto: "Strive To Conquer The Unconquerabie"
Glass Colors: Lavender and Yellow
Class Flower: Pink Carnaticn
0n the first day of the '47 school year seven breve
Freshmen climbed the steps of Tulare High, beginning their
High School Career. They were: Roger Denker, Dale Cockrell,
Glenn Nowell, Gerald Binger, Clinton Stoner, Raymond Ernster
and Delores Meyer.
The first big event of the year came during the second
week of school, this was the Freshmen initiation. That even-
ing 2. party was given in the Freshmens honor, making them
full fledged members of T. H. S. The year ended with the
school picnic at Cottonwood Lake.
. In the Sephomore year the members of the Class were: Glenn
Nowell, Gerald Ringer, Clinton Stoner, Delores Meyer, and
George metein. Glen Nox-Iell quit during the first semester.
This year the school had a swell time for their picnic at
Cottonwood Lake. '
The Class which had dwindled to four eagerly started the
Junior year. The main event of the year was our play,"Bolts
and Nuts" which WS 3. big success. The last main event of
the year wns the Junior-Senior Banquet held at Huron.
The banquet had a cowboy theme and the table wes decorated
with covered wagons guns and holsters. This year for our
picnic the High School went to Huron for a picnic dinner and
a roller skating party.
All the students returned for the Senior year and two new
members, Cleone end Leon Walton were added to the Class.
The Senior play, "Auntie's Money" was the first main event
of the year. The Seniors were guests at the traditional
Junior-Senior Banquet and everyone had a swell time ..
Commencement exercises were held on may 23, and we were
very happy to receive our diplomas. We will alwr-ys look
back on the happy days which we spent at Tulare High..
SERVICE MOTOR Co.
CLEONE V. WALTON "Cleone"
"Laugh, and the world
aughs with you. "
813 Club 1-3-4,
aper Staff i -
Annual Staff -
nior Play -
CLINTON D. STD??? . pohicki'
"Greater men then I have
ived, but I doubt it."
asketball 1-1-2- ' - '
113136an 1-2- -
rack 1-2- -
nior Play - -"
unior Play - -
aper Staff -
Annual Staff -
Class Presdient -
Boy's Sextect -3-
Student Counc il -
1 Star Repr. -
Candidate for King -2-4
DELORES G. MEYER "Dede"
"As changa'ble as a aollar
Student Counci - 3-
Girls Glee Clu 1-2-3-4
Sextet 1-2- -
Senior Play -4
Junior Play -3
Paper Staff -4
Phys Ed 1-2.. ..
Band 2- 3-
Pep Club -3...
Glass Presiden -2
Girls State -3
LED?! . I-IALTON "Len"
"Late hours are not good
for one, but they are all
right for two."
and 1-2- 4
aper Staff -4
Annual Staff -4
enior Play -4
GERALD G. BINGER "Jerry"
"Lets have fun while we
aper Staff , -
nnual Staff -
unior Play -
Senior Play -
Candidate for King -
GEORGE FOUNTAIN "George"
"I admit there are two
sides to every que ation-
my own and the wrong one .
Basketball - -
Kittenball - -
Track - -
an .- .-
Boy's Sextet -
Class Presiden -
Student Council Pre s. -
Paper aff -
Junior a -
Senior Play -
Boy's State -
Sept. 11. School Opened.
22. National Assembly Pro gram
Robert T. Edgar.
Oct. '7. Pre ss Meeting at Brookings GDHSPM
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25. Rust c0116ng Singers.
Nov. 9. Senior Play
14. Basketball season started.
Dec. 1.1. National Assembly Program.
21. Christmas Program.
Jan. 48:5. Tulare Tourney.
19. National Assembly Program.
22-26. Sunshine Conference Tourney
2 Feb. 9. National Assembly Program.
- 1 Memory Wizard.
22-21.. Di strict Tourney at Conde.
. All-Star game at Redfield.
March 1. Grade B.B. Tourney at Bonilla.
7. National Assembly Program.
8. Junior Play.
April 5. Music Concert.
12-13. Music Contest at Aberdeen.
19. Redfield Relays Mrack Meew .
27. Senior Skip Day. '
May 2. Sunshine Conference Track Meet.
20. Bacalaureate Services.
23. Commencement Services.
STRAUSS BOYER ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
Left to right: Helen Buctholz,
Mn '"5 13m Miller, Norma Cockrell,
Beverly Brugger, Cal Nowell J ean
Brachvogel, Don Nowell, Mavis Ames,
Gary I'Tel son, Reta R0 88 Kopplin,
ella Belle. Binger, Arnold Arneson,
and. I IaIion Hull.
From left to right Leattrice Tomsha, Eloise
Brugge'r, 'ymond Ernster, eanor Hague,
aron Hansen, Milton Kapplin, Shirley Ost,
Erma Tubandt, Viola Hams, Ellen Warfield,
HIFSH b ""N
Left to right: Donald Welke, Dale
Delaney, Doreen Schwitzenberg,
Wallace Ameson, Janet Otto, Mona
e Haag, Marilyn MacNiell, Harriet
Tomsha, Kay Delaney, Janet
Christensen, Joyce Buchholz, James
Henze and Shirley French.
Back row! Heft to rightJ Abbie Lee Haafgvaigarlgg Delaney,
arlene Ames, Shirley Stoner, Iola Foun an Stoner,
Marlene Binger, Leonard Brugger, Rozelle. Feldsein, Velma.
F5. sh, Lanny Otto, Gary Delaney, Mr. Block-Instmtctor:
Front row: Cleft to right: Janka Ringer, Lona H a3,
Barbara Morse, Patty Feldsein, Trudy Syring, Regena
Frankenstein, Mary A'nn Brugger, Timmy Bingexs, Merle
Cockrell, William Eamon, Lenny Binger, Darilyn Blnger.
T0p Row Left to Right Tormy Feldsien, Helen Brugggr,
aron Hughes, uohn Roos, Gary Belknap, I-Iarjorie Fountaln,
Gordon I-Iem-Iell, Judith Hansen, Doug: as Henze, Connie Erich,
Alana I-Earshell, Front Row Lyle I'aayne Fish, Joan Chri stinson,
Donald Price, Connie Nalz, Dennis Cockrell, James Harmon,
Dayton Kloss, Thomas Delaney, Deail Tipton, E'Cenneth I-Eofeman,
Dianne Harms, Joan Kopplin, Teachex'-7"? N Ifager.
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Top row Left to Right :Billy F1 sh, Caroline Brugger, Robert
SyrinJ, Dennis Tipton, Dale Hofemen, Gary Tipton, Sandra
Marzahn, Jerrilyn Weber, Connie Erich, Kenney Walz, Delores
Price, Yvonne Kloss.
Bottom Row: Robert Hamilton, Ruby Cockrell, Loren Marzahn,
Gene Fountain, Maxine Neitzel, Gordan Haag, Robert Hofeman,
Francis Marshall, Walena Frankenstein, Clayton Kloss,
and Richard Radcliffe.
Teacher: Miss Marzahn.
PHY S ED
Cheerleaders First Six
C ozzrmy 0f
SPHJK COUNTY FARM IMPLEMENTS
SPINK COUNTY BANK
The Tulare Chiefs coached by Robert Block
played 23 games for the season winning 7 and
losing 16. They played in three tournaments,
The Thlare Invitational, Sunshine Conference,
and District XIII. The following is a smmnary
of the 1950-51 season.
Gresbard 53 282 Tvlare
Ree Heights 45 37 Tulare
4AShton 25 54. Tulare
Frankfort 46 22 Tulare
Bonilla 31 33 Tulare
Redfield B' 26 27 Tulare
Athol 40 37 Tulare
Orient 33 21 Tulare
Hitchcock 30 32 Tulare
Ree Heights 38 29 Tvlare
Mellette 53 44. Tulare
Ashton 3O 45 Tulare
Mellette 48 37 Tulare
Bonilla 59 48 Tulare
Mellette 57 36 Tulare
Hitchcock 2O 3O Tulare
Messington 41 33 Tulare
St. Lawrence' 54 26 Tulare
Frankfort 62 33 Tulare
Athol 42 40 Tulare
Nbrthville 44. 38 Tulare
Ashton 38 40 Tulare
Northville 6O 43 Tulare
Individual scoring for 1950-51. Av. pts.
Clinton Stoner 226 9.8
Arnold Arneson 202 8.7
George Fountain 188 9.0
Raymond Ernster 109 24.7
Cal NOwell 37 203
Whllace Arneson 34 1.5
Gerald Binger 1 0.1
The Chiefs scored 797 points against their
Opponents 987 points. There will be three let-
termen graduating from.the teama They are Clin-
ton Stoner, George Fountain and Gerald Binger.
TULARE GRAIN COMPANY
OJ RAD E TEAM
Lanny Binger, Gary Delaney,
Leonard Brugger, Tommy Feldse'n,
Merle Cockrell, John.Roos.
Left to Big
ounty Spell '
C ourtejy of
DICK'S SPORT SHOP
Mrs. Case. . .
Veleta Case. .
Berthanna. . .
Lance Case . .
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Doctor Max Jones
Doctor Bert Stockton . .
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. . . . Delores Meyer
. Cleone Walton
. Gerald Binger
o 0 Leon Walton
0 Mrs. Syring
Between Act Entertainment
JUN" 3n PLAY
"Aunt Betty Hits Her Stride "
Miss Hetty Hoyle. .
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Bonnie Star . . . . . . Mavis d Beverly Brugger
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Foat'er mat. o O o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 Gal NOVEJJ.
Director. . . . .Mr. Peterson
Batman Act Entertaiment
Cowmy of Musical Numbers
PEDERSON IMPLEMENT Co.
partielnating in declam were as follows: Nelda
Leattrice Tomsha, ViolaHnrms, Harriet Tomsha.
Delle Bell Ringer, HarilyanQCYeill, Farion Hull, Reta.Kopp-
At the District Contest in North-
ville Marilyn MacNeill ewon let in Dra-
matics; Reta Rose Kepplin won 2nd in
Humorous; 'Karion Hull wen 3rd in Poetry
and Leattrice Tamsha won 3rd in Oratory;
eiarilyn.NecNeill entered the Re-
gional Contest at Whtertown. Here she
received a 3rd rating.
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inger, Iola Fountain, Leon Walton, Delores Meyer.
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