Tulare High School - Chieftain Yearbook (Tulare, SD)

 - Class of 1957

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Wm nca'nw.ni o ' az.f5a1;. 5-. I cs: .. .Oh,. -. ' .' . c " A-O . - .o-.- ,...--- -, . - - rh p . . n an..- Aggiz... Mm ff I I1 I II-Iho .' Inmmwwm I b d o "' 'ylb .11.. igr I -.- . 0 1.1! t0, ' O I."0 I.o 1' o o'.. 'a- ' 9 6 4 7 0 J , 0 Z 04, TEACHING IS AN ART To the Teachers of the Class of 1957 In dedicating this book to you, we, the Class of 1957, desire to express our sincere appreciation of the many and varied contributions made continuously by you throughout our school life. Good schools are the product of understanding and cooperative teachers. The foundation of every Nation is the education of its youth. ;,i ::5 E 3 Editor..................... LonaHaagLau o-Editor....................Mar1ysBlock Business Managers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Layne Hopkins Margaret MacNeill Layout Editor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stanley Steinheuser Sports Editors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sharon Hinde Taft Roger Nowell Activity Editors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Barbara Morse Lanny Binger ArtEditors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . JimErnster Duane Radcliffe Staff......................ArvisWalker Advisor.....................Mr.RichardFliss "'ka " '.'.'.'.'7'5" ' -.- .' . 'IKWM 1 s aria. :; a Editor........................LayneHopkins Assistant Fditor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stanley Steinheuser Business Managers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marlys Block Lona Haag Lau Girls' Sports Editor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sharon Hinde Taft Boys' Sports Fditor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Duane Radcliffe Typists. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Margaret MacNeill Barbara Morse ArtVditors. .. annyBinger James Ernster Mimeograph. . .. .. .. . ..Roger Nowell Advisor..........................Mr.Fliss L Hmltyrrkv, t Hurry Bingcr, Stanley Hughes, Not pictured is Luster Kopplin. 5' a P e 2 i n t 2 n d e n t SCHOOL BOARD MICMBICRS Vera Wagner, Walter Miller, Glen Otto, HAROLD KLOSS and Milton Kopplin. kaOK All-Purpose Room $55 High School Build in -.-.-.x'.;.-.;.'r. . . AA"... :05: . . ' Ngvix-a. . Agriculture Building Second Grade 8 :u:-a.-.1-.-. Ki when Staff- -- -M rs . Donne Vice-President LAYNE VICTOR HOPKINS What's life without an argument. Softball 2; Basketball 2, 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Football 3,4; "T"C1ub Of- ficer 3,4; Class Officer 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; King Candi- date 3; Play Cast 3,4; Paper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 4: King 4. 10 SHARON MAE HINDE TAFT She specializes in precious stones. Honor R0111,2,3,4; Phys. Ed. 1,2, 3,4; National Forensic League, Debate Squad, Latin Club, Jr. Toastmasters 2,3; Mixed Chorus 3; Girls' Glee Club 1, 3; Student Coun- cil and Pep Club 3; Popularity P011 Winner 2; Paper Staff 3,4; Cheer- leader, Class Officer, Annual Staff 4. 3'- '.I . 4 ' ' 2 vfsv VI 4! 2;; Z 3f zup'yQXAy-xxxsk . x '33. xvv. V' 3. - ,x; J .. .x zrw;rxe 9. 3 1 l i '.'.x .' . .6 QSN 1.x K..- ' 6.4.4 .K'AK 3, 3 , $33,443,; , I 33 1'." xilwiq'lxg. President LONA LEA HAAG LAU Married life isn't half bad. Glee Club 1,2,3; Play Cast 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Phys. Ed. 1,2,3,4; Band Officer 2,3; Class Officer 2,3,4; Student Council 3; Queen Attendant and Snow Queen Candidate 3; Cheer- leader 3,4; Girl's State 3; Toast- mistress 3; Paper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 4. Secretary-Tre as urer ROGER GEORGE NOWELL Foot loose and fancy free. Softball 1,2; Basketball 2,3,4; Football 4; Track 2,3; Plays 3, 4: King Candidate 1; Paper Staff 3,4: Annual Staff 4. MARGARET ANNE MaCNEILL Is she really shy? Band 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,3; Sex- tette 3; Ensemble 1;HC1ass Officer 1,3; Class Plays 3,4; Phys. Ed. 1,2,3; D.A.R. Candidate 4; An- nual Staff 4; Student Council 1; Paper Staff 3,4. MARLYS ANN BLOCK Built for comfort not speed. Phys. Ed. 1,2,3,4; Band 2,3,4; Librarian 2,3,4; Class Officer 1,2, 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Plays 3,4; Declam 1; Majorette 1; Snow Queen Candidate 4; Girl's State Alternate 3; Band Officer 4; Sextette 3; An- nual Staff 4; Paper Staff 3,4; Stu- dent Council President 4; Queen 4. 00 3'!- SNNG-gQ :RKQA Eonosoq LANNY LEE BINGER Studying and I just don't agree. Softball 2; Basketball 2, 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Footba113,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Plays 3,4; Boy's State 3; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 3,4; "T" Club 2,3,4. DUANE JOSEPH RADC LIFFE If he just wasn't so bashful. Football 3,4; Basketball 3; Track 3, 4; Play Cast 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Solo 3,4; Declam 4; Paper Staff and Annual Staff 4. STANLEY LEW STEINHEUSER Slow and easy does it. Band 1,2; Basketball 2,3,4; Kitten- ball 1,2; Track 2,3,4; Plays 3,4; Football 3,4; Student Council 4; An- nual Staff 4; Paper Staff 3,4; King Candidate 2; "T" Club 2,3,4. 12 ARVIS BURL WALKER The Lone Star State Contribution. Choir 2,3,4; Plays 3,4; Band 4; Paper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Class Officer 3,4; Phys. Ed. 1,2,3, 8 4. l d 5 5 BARBARA EVE LYN MORSE Quiet but she'll get there. Glee Club 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Play Cast 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Phys. Fd. 1,2,3; Solo 2; Band Of- ficer 1; Queen Candidate 1; Paper Staff and Annual Staff 4. JAMES WILLIAM 1 Bachelor , and how! Track 3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Bas- ketball 1,4; Boys' Glee Club 1,3; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 3,4; Play Cast 3,4; King Candidate 3; Student Manager 2 , 3. " '1 l4 genie: 31155 19,13t02q It was a bright August 31, 1953, when nine scared, green freshmen entered the doors of Tu- lare High School. They were: Lanny Binger, Marlys Block, Rosella Feldsien, Margaret Mac- Neill, Lona Haag, Barbara Morse, Roger Nowell, Mary Lou Warfield, and Stanley Steinheuser. We became full pledged members of T. H. S. with an initiation party, at which time we honored the upperclassmen with a program. Margaret was our class president. All of the boys and girls participated in phys. ed. Rosella, Margaret, Barbara, Lona, Stanley, and Lanny were mem- bers of the band. Marlys was majorette 0f the band. All of the girls took part in the Glee Club. Marlys and Mary Lou went out for Declam. Barbara and Roger were king and queen candidates this year. Our freshman year ended successfully with a picnic at Lake Kampeska. The beginning of the sophomore year, Layne Hopkins transferred from Boone, Iowa, into our class. Barbara and Rosella did not return. Marlys, Margaret, and Lona took part in girls' phys. ed. All of the boys played basketball. Mary Lou was in Declam. This year the "T" Club was organized for the athletic boys. Layne was president of the class. Margaret and Stanley were the king and queen candidates. Our school picnic was held at Cottonwood Lake. In our junior year Duane Radcliffe transferred from Los Angeles, California, to our Class, making nine juniors. All of the boys participated in phys. ed. Football was organized this year for the boys. Marlys, Margaret, and Lona played basketball. Lona, Mary Lou, Lanny, Duane, Margaret, and Marlys were members of the band. Lona was elected Cheerleader. Layne was vice -president of the Student Council, and Lona was secretary-treasurer. Lona and Layne were king and queen attendants. Lanny and Lona were Chosen to represent our school at Boys' and Girls' State. The junior play, "The Black Derby", was a huge success. The juniors worked hard in preparing a nice banquet for the seniors. Our banquet theme was "Candyland". We went to Ruskin Park for our school picnic. Mary Lou did not return the senior year. Barbara Morse , Sharon Hinde , and Jim Ernster joined our Class. Arvis Walker transferred from Blunt the second semester. Lona, Marlys, and Sharon participated in girls' phys. ed. All of the boys went out for boys' phys. ed. Lanny, Lona, Marlys, Margaret, Duane, Barbara, and Arvis were members of the band. Duane took part in Declam. Layne was chosen president of our class and vice -president of the Student Council. Marlys was elected Student Council president. Lona and Sharon were Cheerleaders. Margaret was chosen D. A. R. representative. Marlys and Layne were chosen king and queen of the Sweethearts Ball. We were honored with a banquet put on by the junior Class. Baccal- aureate was held Sunday evening May 19 and Commencement May 22. An enjoyable time was spent at our last school picnic. CLASS MOTTO: "Today determines tomorrow. " CLASS COLORS: Silver and Pink. CLASS FLOWER: Pink Carnation. .Yem'oz 31555 W11! 1, Layne Hopkins, will my athletic ability to Douglas Henze; my bookkeeping ability to Karen Kloss; and my ability to go right home after parties to Thomas Feldsien. I, Lona Haag Lau, will my duck tail to Mr. Kunz; my ability to jitterbug to Miss Koester; and my Saturday night parties to Karen Kloss. I, Duane Radcliffe, will my way with the girls to Robert Barness; my Chevy to John R008; and my dancing ability to Dennis Cockrell. 1, Roger Nowell, will my rabbit-hunting experience to Thomas Dulany; my ability to get out of work to Ronald Wagner; and my basketball technique to whoever wants it. i I, Lanny Binger, will my he ight to Gordon Maxwell; my whispering in the study hall to Bernard Blume; and my grades to Helen Blume. 1, Barbara Morse, will my long, curly hair to Mr. Kunz; my senior tests to Sharon Hughes; and my height to Faye Kloss. I, Margaret MacNeill, will my brown eyes to Janet Wendland; my chair in band to Joan Christen- son; and my bashfulness to Keith Buchholz. I, Arvis Walker, will my left-handed pencil to Thomas Dulany; my ability to keep the girls away to Gordon Maxwell; and my motorcycle to Thomas Feldsien. I, Marlys Block, will my driving ability to John Boos; my ability to lose weight to Mr. Fliss; and my white bucks to Karen Kloss. 1, Sharon Hinde Taft, will my dignified walk to Naomi Nowell; my elopement t0 Illa Buckendahl; and my driving ability to Gary Belknap. 1, James Ernster, will my chemistry grades to John Boos; my ability to get along with the teache: to Dayton Kloss; and my basketball uniform to Douglas Henze. 1, Stanley Steinheuser, will my red pick-up to Gary Erlandson; my driving around at noon to Thomas Feldsien; and my height to cousin, Larry Kopplin. We, the "Seniors of 57", will our skip day to the junior class, our talking in the study hall with- out permission to the sophomore class, and our Senior Class Poise t0 the freshmen. l5 '5 k. :- f tits 'd' 342.... .2. Undergrads John R005 800. -Treas. aren Kloss D0 rothy Otto aomi Nowell resident Gordon Maxwell Vice -President Martha Kocstcr-Principal Northern State Teachers College Dakota Wesle an University .ommercial Sharon Hughes English Girls' Athletics library 7 Thomas Feldsien Marsha Foglesong Bernard Blumc Geneva Tomsha Thomas Dulany Sec 1C8 Donald Pr Dayton Kloss dent lce-Presi V oas Tr Robert Barness .i Alli; . .... . . fl . 3 Helen Sue Blume President .. S Flls Richard on College 11 Hu ISOF dv logy 1811 A i0 ngl Paper B lsor Annual Adv Grade Coach gh School Coach i Gary Harmening in ifford Frankenste Cl in Beckler Marv Fountain orie j Mar y Belknap Gar I'C-.- - - . . .'.:.'.'.a'.'s.-.-;-II- Faye Kloss President Gary Frankenstein Mary J ean J oan Kopplin 7225501 an Janet Wendland Sec. -Treas. Kurt Langbehn J Ohn Kunz State Normal Ellendale , North Dakota , V American Governmelgt American History Drivers Training General Science Vocational Guidance Gary Erlandson Vice -President J 0311 Christenson Larry Kopplin elem: 6W Av.- Thomas Hinde . 'l Oe', q', lol. '1'. .t" ' ' vr - ' . . 01' I . - ' ' ' ' ll, . ."-' -:-0 . o . . . - ' - ,I'n 4'; l O o ' l ' - . C 1 a . .' . .ef: ". I? . .a . h' . . a d . a . b $ ' a '. '90. ; ; '1 1. VI 5 a la; W'M.a-Jlrw kw". Q N7 Jerr.i1yn Weber liclores Price Richard Radcliffe Robe rt Haag 22 Gordon I-Iaag Ruby Cock r911 Daryl Ost Bonnie Blume David Roeber Barry Sires Sandra Marzahn Kenneth Walz a 2 z! Mrs . Burnham Xk'essington Springs Junior College Yvonne Kloss Donna Harmening Radcliffe Robert Hamilton ackie Erlandson Richard Frankenstein oren Marzahn ar ry Tomsha P0 gy Otto Mrs. Dearborn Augus tana College W i Linda Radcliffe Caroline Brugger Linda Fliehe Roger Schultz - mu u- . . ... .w, .-.:o-,-,:,- Travis Walker David French Dale Price Donna Fliehe intA Harry Cockrell gzade Linda Ames Scott Benning Leota Kopplin Miss Velma Walker Black Hills Teachers College Allan Schultz Gene Fountain Marian Webe r Norman Nowell Gary Neitzel Marlene Foglesong Betty Haag Kenneth Binger Kevin Wendland ' W? i. J ohn Brugger Roger Frankenstein Retha Walker Miss Dawn Flick Huron College Betty Spelbring Sandra Beard Robert French G10 ria Fliehe Patricia Wandland Gordon Marzahn Robert Fountain Rodney Ost ttw Celia Douglas J anice . Gorden J ane Dennis French Roeber Harmenjng Blume Mimlitz Roeber J oyce Dale Radcliffe Spelbring J anice Donald Gre go ry Evelyn Curtis Nowell Walz Benning Cockrell Hofemann Kathleen Lynn Sarah Ahlstrom MacNeill Fountain Kathleen Diane Di ane Be ck Fliehe Haag . .0: -. ; DuZtA Mrs. Isabelle Cornell t d ' Moorhead State Teachers College 6 2 Minot State Teachers College 26 '3. , em . ' '.$: 9., 1.- B.- Barry Muxen Linda Ann Welke Delmer Walker Karen Sires Ronald Frankenstein Catherine J ungwirth . Bobby Brugger Susan Feldsien QKARQ Miss Patricia O'Boyle Stephen Weisman Mount Marty Gary Jungwirth Huron College Patricia Noble Linda Binger Patricia Beck Doyle Harms Gregory Erlandson Sheila Ahlstrom Mary Ann Schultz Sandra Linda Christensen J ungwirth . . 6.5""! Randall Catherine Otto Fliss Susan Barbara Wendland J o sewski Linda Terry Bruening Schultz Patrice Kloss 5? Cecil Patty J 6 anette Polak Schultze MacNeill Lana Marshall Miss Amanda Gross N 0 rthe rn State Te achers College Roy Wendland .4n...n: --vy-w'-m-.W Robert Gordon J udy Ann Gordon Gerald Gerald Bruening Beck Jr. Schultze Fliehe Price Brugger Steven Noble ' Mable Marzahn Donna Spelbring Dakota Wesleyan, Northe rn State Teachers College RKnNQ Kathleen Otto Deborah Haag Deneice Walz Dennis Walz Billy Stoner Vaughn Meye 3O m F l O O .m S KING'S ATTENDANTS QUE EN'S ATTENDANTS ............ ... . . 3.1.. ..- ... 1.5... vi; . ......a. ......I t.$l x.- .k..K-.K-. 5.....th- ..."..."t." ..n . ..U . .. . u . ........ . Hat" . H h . U .. . a... .. . ...... . ..u .n . .... nu lIltlI-II- ...-.- . UH . . . . . . . 3.x." wv. .. mun. . . .. .u .u . . . . .. .v . .. . . .. Au" 1T.j . J .un...-.umwmn. .m. . . . . . .. . ..En u. . .. I. u . . ' ... ... ... u 34 x 3.. tl - .x . I. I . -. .. m s o s J. .3. x qu - O ', o . .1 9. . xx K 1 i3. xx? :3 r" 5...:- .- zk' u - O $ y. VA I. 41 E a E E m. I'n'thh k Y. X lllllllllllln... Athletics Layne Hopkins " . J ohn Roos Left Halfback . 2;; Halfback Captain Tom Dulany Quarterback Stanley Steinheuser Duane Radcliffe Bernard Blume Left End Center Right End Gary Erlandson Roger Nowell uarterback Right End Mill ' 700 :64 11 James Ernster Left End THHJU$3 OPPONENT 6 Conde 35 W averly 7 Conde 13 Fedora Robert Barness Left End Dennis Cockrell Gary Ames Halfback Quarterback Kurt Langbehn Halfback Kenny Hofemann Right End SCORE 03 O? 19 47 Donald Miller Center Larry Binger Right End Bernard '4'. $ $ . yr fM'F; ibn'f x. 4 '3', 9'? "j. 5 as K 81m Layne ' ' 'I'UAV. .l... . . av - M' V 4mg . . -.- v.4 5' 35543.- "X Gordon Coach Richard Fliss TULARE OPPONENT 31 Orient 22 Ashton 65 35 Cresbard 66 42 5 1 Cavour 33 5 3 Athol 63 37 Wolsey 45 No rthville 37 Redfield 30 Hitchcock 25 St. Lawrence 33 Yale Orient CO CO 5 7 Me llette 49 Frankfort 44 Wessington 46 Bonilla 41 Athol 29 Ashton 30 Me llette 35 55 BEADLE COUNTY CONFERENCE 3O Hitchcock 34 St. Lawrence DISTRICT TOURNAMENT 49 Yale 33 Erwin Gary Belknap Thomas Feldsien 84 51 72 34 Clifford Frankenstein Back Row, left to right. Gene Fountain, Clayton Kloss, Dale Hofemann, Norman Nowell, Daryl Ost, and Scott Benning. Front Row: Loren Marzahn, Dennis Lau, Roger Schultz. Dennis Roeber. and Robert Hamilton. $33.... ,. .'-:- . . r: . . xmiFfI-iw-W' Back Row, left to right: Richard Frankenstein, Barry Sires, Clayton Kloss, Dale Hofemann, Kenneth Walz, Norman Nowell, Gene Fountain, Daryl Ost, and Scott Banning. Front Row: Loren Marzahn, Robert Hofemann, Robert Hamilton, Roger Schultz. Dennis Lau, and Dennis Roeber. NKkrINQ N snvwocwq NNQ$NRRNARN NKAaQ vb 00 N 1 Third period study hall! 42-. ' . 1..., 4-. .n. I . .- .. .. , .-.;. . .'.V.I.j.-. v .1. . rivN' w? On the road. J unior play practice. Who has the dice? ies t 101' a A W i -.- " .9 1E mesgg, - ?:mf . Wavgzc 44!..2: 13E? Eric J ungemann Huron College Concordia College I. . ' .5 - ' ' . . - . . .- . .. . 3?... . :I : .- I d."- n'- -.-.- . . 4-. .: . . g . . 5' W.- I. a .u. . 1 ' . .5:- ., w, ,. . . I .. J3: .:. 5 . . :- g.- I:. .33 1 .1 . -.- 4:159. - ' ....-1 . V 5. .JQL'Qe-a-zubw; o. - .IT-AVJM . - Clarinet Quartet Duane Radcliffe Percussion Ensel- e 49 Tom Dulany, Illa Buckendahl, 9 Kenneth Hofemann, Helen Brugger, Geneva Tomsha, Gary Belknap, Helen Z 1 O h h 3 C m u aaB .m Web 8 ms ft S lu emI.l mc ho .18 11 u.1 C d H Ba Bm a nm hm R 83 t1... 1r .171 6 8D 8 m H K 3 Naomi Nowell, J ohn Roos, Clifford Frankenstein, Tom Hinde, Conn eldsien, Mary Jean Steinheuser cm H. omr . GO 115 n.n.. ax md Ham t. Wm. h Mt .3 S rs :0 036K tnl tInS fOUS LTB-- Helen Brugger LIBRARIANS Marlys Block u..4.-.4..K..Ix .133333: . He len Blume . ... .. .. ... ......UN. . pyu "-55 :5. ult- .5- 23E . . .. 43.3". ..cshwmwum? ....x. Barbara Morse, Lona Lau, Margar- Office Force et MacNeill, Marlys Block, Layne Hopkins, and Mr. Kloss. ! Chow Hounds ie Stephens and Elmer Meyer. '. .. .'........vMM Charl ! 9? ith a smile ..,. . - .cu-......... CUSTODIANS v... frank... Elvis 108 W Serv n.X.uu.n.v..... ..u."...t... . u.. ...."Hv...nw+ b. I 1: work -.. 2.65".- iors a Grade Cheerleaders. Sen eiwqu- ' I - Mfr-wr. . . Coro nation ! g Chain Gan ! please Quiet , N m . ' .ii-Siti'it$ . A'vtrtkvtSt-thvr-z'ri: av. .5 n.- . The chemists are: James Ernster, Roger Nowell, Stanley Steinheuser, Layne Hopkins, Lanny Binger, Marlys Block, Margaret MacNeill, Barbara Morse, Lona Lau, and Sharon Taft. a . $0 5 cw 8X65 The General Science Class is being pre- sented with a problem by Joan Kopplin, Kenneth Hofemann, Keith Buchholz, and Larry Binger. :.:-:-:-g;,; xxx; no a . n ' .-K.;.5..uh h 2.3: .- 15 " 'h-x . . :- I" t- . gyzijill ,- -r ' '1 3-. i512: ;. v. .. h. . -. . ' h ;.-.,iyt-.x . h . .;ih;.j$;gg$ Rfi'zj- H i; 2 ., it via - ,- 3. ,j-fq, h ' :h I :i'f'uf'wft'l h .; . . . '. . :- .- A; Maw b- M- s . - . h I x a; 3;; six? i3.- .3' i z The following are in Miss Koester's Typing Class: Robert Barness, Gary Belknap, Thomas Dulany, and Marvin Beckler; Marjorie Fountain, Clifford Frankenstein, Donald Price, Gary Harmening, and Dayton Kloss; Geneva Tomsha, Illa Buckendahl, Helen Blume, and Helen Brugger. 55 I'IHMHWAk l- - HAYES-UIOAS LUMBER 00. .wshmma 0- . 0-.-:-. -0-.. ad .' v .04'. ""--' "mu. 1 a.. o - - ,..-- -. ' C "us-o-CI' O n-i w'h-o- m- I , o! h g. ......p.- '-. O - -0. o .k. 33; II a ' ' 5"": 5 .33 . ammo EXPERTS . wm TULARE, s. DAK. LESTER KOPPLIN, Mgr. - PHONE 3301 COMPLIMENTS OF KyBURZ CONS mucmom COMPANg GENERAL BUILDING AND EXCAVATING ABE RDE EN SOUTH DAKO TA OTTO ' S STANDARD SERVIC E Pop - Beer - Candy - Gas - Oil Tulare South Dakota MCCOY BRO THE RS Dealers In General Merchandise Highest Prices For Farm Products Tulare South Dakota LEN'S SERVIC E Paraland Fconomy Station "Gas For Less" Phone 497 Redfield South Dakota STANDARD OIL CO. "Prompt Courteous Service" Bulk Truck Country Deliveries Harold Haag, Mgr. Phone 1202 South Dakota WENDLAND LOCKERS We Process Meat Ray Wendland , Mgr. Tulare Phone 5602 South Dakota TULARE CAFE Robert Hamilton, Mgr. Phone 3002 Tulare , South Dakota MILLER DRUG Prescriptions -Druggist Phone 212 Redfield, S. Dak. TULARE GRAIN COMPANY We Buy And Sell Grain Lee Gilby , Manager Phone 5903 Tulare S. Dak. HARRISON'S GROC ERY Full Line Of Fine Groceries Tulare D. B. BENNING 8; SON Meats Vegetables Phone 2 9O 1 S. Dak. General Trucking Service Livestock 8L Grain Handling Tulare Cus tom Shelling Phone 2102 2104 S. Dak. TULARE ,OIL CO. DISTRIBUTORS OF MOBIL PRODUCTS UN HIGHWAY 281 TULARE, SOUTH DAKOTA Rex J ewelry Osborns Clothing Store Weir Music 8L Appliance Hedblom Clothing Store Keil Brothers, Inc. Howard Parezo, A. I. A. Donations From Huron Roy Dulany Phone 3202 Manage r, Retail Station Prompt Deliveries Farm Bulk Service Ed 8z Ebs Super Market H 82, H Ice Cream Store Ritchey's Music Co. 0. K. Rubber Welders Randall's Super Market Taylor's Custom Seed Feed- Cleaning Seed- g; Lumber Treating Processing We Buy Seed 8; W001 Purina Feeds Farm Seeds SMNK com 7g CO-OP SleUZCf 50. ROBERT THOMPSON, MGR. REDFIELD, SOUTH DAKOTA 0C Home Furnishings Funeral Service 8 Seventh Avenue East 101 Seventh Avenue East Phone 444 Phone 400W Redfield, South Dakota HURGN FURNACE CROW Emcee 60 YEARS OF SERVICE HEATING -- AIR CONDITIONING - SHEET METAL PHONE 2036 - 371 WISC. s. w. HURON, SOUTH DAKOTA C. H. PAULSEN, Pres. J. MILT WALSH, Sec'y. eTreas. Redfield INTERNATIONAL unvemn Phone 229 SPINK COUNTY BANK Redfield , South Dakota Capital 82 Surplus $150,000. 00 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DAKOTA HATCHERY g; MILL "Better Chicks And Better Feeds" Telephones: Hatchery 31 Mill 20W South Dakota PEDERSON IMPLEMENT 8L SERVICE Here To Serve The Farmer McCormick Farm Equipment And Farmhand Loaders Redfield, S. Dak. nus-cmmas .K: RE FRIGFJ RATORS GENERAL HARDWARE HOME FREEZERS KINGSCROST SEED CORN 'MAYTAG PHILCO JongsoNg HARDWARE PHONE 1802 TULARE, S. DAK. SPSHVK COUNTy 0249R955 PASTEURIZED GRADE DAIRY PRODUCTS WE ARE PROUD TO SERVE YOUR PROUD SCHOOL WITH OUR GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS EARLY 8L LATE--DRINK SUNSHINE STATE RE DFIE LD SOUTH DAKO TA DONATIONS FROM REDFIELD Ben Franklin Les Blume Barber Shop Dukefs Bootery Friese Service Gallagher 8L Battey Teuber Oil Co. Zeitlers Metal Shop Westside Texaco Service Anderson Bros. Drive-In Cleaners Kngxvy 5 APPAREL SHOP CLOTHING FOR MEN 8L WOMEN PHONE 264 REDFIELD SOUTH DAKOTA mum? L51V5570CK c; macmxvg C0. REDFIELD, SOUTH DAKOTA . OFFICE PHONE 255 -w CLAYTON GALLUP STAN HUGHE S RES. PHONE 55 TULARE 2502 . MLSON BROTHERS Re ady Mixed Concrete Excavating Redfield , South Dakota RE DFIELD CLINIC A. R. Scheffel MD D. M. Patterson MD P. S. Nelson MD Physicians And Surgeons MARTY' S BARBER SHOP Marty And Bud Redfield South Dakota FIRST NATIONAL BANK O F ABERDEEN Redfield Branch Member FDIC Redfield South Dakota RE DF IE LD GRE ENHOUSE Flowers For All Occasions Phone 399 W DR. W. G. SESSIONS Vete rinarian Radio Dispatched Phone 546 W Redfield South Dakota REDFIELD PARTS CO. Oliver Farm Equipment Sales And Service Redfield South Dakota JOE STAHL PRODUCE Redfield South Dakota We Buy Eggs 8; Cream INDEPENDENT OIL CO. S. W. Rabuck Redfield South Dakota DAY' S AUTO SERVIC E Radiator Repairing Wheel Aligning Redfield South Dakota PEAVEY LUMBER COMPANY Quality Building Materials Lumber Coal Floyd Jundt, Mgr. Phone 424- Or 551 Redfield South Dakota REDFIELD PLUMBING 8; HEATING We Handle Anything In The Line Of Plumbing And Heating, Fixtures, And Supplies We Install 8a Repair Emil Schnittgrund, Owner Phone 362 Redfield South Dakota HARRY'S STATION Independent Buyers Of Poultry -- Cream -- Eggs Redfield South Dakota FARIVIERS UNION OIL COMPANY Tires 8; Batteries Propane Gas Petroleum Products Redfield Farm Machinery Steel 82 Wire Products Telephone 141 Universal Milkers REDFIELD PRESS "Read In Over 2,800 Homes Each Week" W. G. WOODWARD CO. "Everything To Wear For The Family" Subsidiary of C. R. Anthony C0. Redfield, South Dakota A 8z B CHEVROLET CO. Sales Service Phone 317 Redfield South Dakota For Economical Transportation SPINK COUNTY FARM IMPLEMENT "Your Minneapolis-Moline Dealer" Phone 137 Redfield, S. Dak. H. J. MARTSFIELD 8L SON W9 QOX . 9 GGVX . N v $9 $6 93: Ob 8:6 Redfield, South Dakota 35w Sales And Servi ce 'uwl I R F3 D-MAN GAS COM PANY Gasoline, Fuel Oil, Propane Gas Bottled Gas Propane Appliances Phone 549 Redfield South Dakota COOPER'S LIVESTOCK 8L TRUCKING Delvin "Bud" Cooper Phone 37 5 Redfield South Dakota WE STERN GRAIN INC . Redfield South Dakota Ke ith Newman , Manage r Phone 789 "Ample Room For Storage And Highest Prices For Cash Grain. " GARY'S STANDARD SERVICE SKLH Green Stamps Across From Courthouse Phone 652 SPINK ELEC TRIC CO-OP ASSOS. INC . "Owned By Those We Serve. " Redfield REA South Dakota HANSEN BUICK REDFIELD, SOUTH DAKOTA JONES DRUG Prescription Specialis REDFIELD RADIO 8x TV Redfield South Dakota Redfield South Dakota COMMUNITY GROC ERY 'fu' '4'f HNV . ..-.-.-.-:.'- ""b'. -.... . .2.th NH- - ... SCHONIGERS RADIO 8L TV edfield South Dakota Phone 37 Redfield, S. Dak. Joe Sanders, Mgr. ADRIAN MOTORS CO. 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