Tulare High School - Chieftain Yearbook (Tulare, SD)

 - Class of 1960

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Q1 '- av 4 . , P... J mn ,vi .W , , A V DEDICA TION 5 . . K : 9 ICAT1 We, the Seniors of 1960, wish to dedicate our annual to our parents. As we look back over the last twelve years, We realize there's no one we can thank more than our parents. They have paved the way and helped us to meet each new obstacle with an open mind. We feel very honored to dedicate our 1959- 1960 Annual to our parents, the most re- membered persons we'll ever know. "Good parents are made, not born. " O CO-EDITORS ..... BUSINESS MANAGER. . ASSISTANT MANAGER. LAYOUT EDITOR. . . BOY SPORTS EDITOR. GIRL SPORTS EDITORS. . . ACTIVITY EDITORS. . PHOTOGRAPHERS. . . GRADE PICTURES. . . TYPISTS. . ADVISOR. . . ANNUAL STAFF . JANICE OST, JANET WENDLAND . . . . . . . FAYE KLOSS . . . . . MARY JEAN STEINHEUSER . LARRY BINGER, KEITH BUCHHOLZ .DONALD MILLER, KURT LANGBEHN JOAN KOPPLIN, JOAN CHRISTENSON KENNY HOFEMANN, GLORIA BLUME . DOUGLAS HENZE, CONNIE, WALZ JUDY ILANSEN, DENNIS COCIQRELL GARY AMES, GARY ERANRENSTEIN . . MR. FLISS Kenny Hofemann Joan KOPPUV1 Mimeograph Operator Mimeograph Operator Mary Jean Steinheuser Typist Kurt Langbehn Mimeograph Operator P PER TAFF Janet Wendland C ' Wl Omue a Z Mimeograph Operator Typist The senior journalism class, which is a member of the South Dakota High School Press Association, is in charge of publishing the school paper and co-ordinating material for the annual, which is later printed by a commercial company. The publishing of the school paper consists of soliciting ads and subscriptions, gathering material and writing news Worthy articles. The paper is published once a month and the papers are distributed in town and the surrounding country. Dennis Cockreu Advisor is Richard Fliss. Mimeogra ph Operator Gary Frankenstein Faye Kloss Typist Larry Binger Mimeograph Operator Don Miller Boys' Sports Editor i Q? fr i Q' NEWS? fa Q fat ga 4 ty, A -Q . , , i1w,t,,,,+q 53 55 1 5 5 - K f1'fs2i??s I ' ff5,5:.' 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' '- gg ,-',.' 15212: K it Jf ,Q .. A 1' 4 ,fe-1 ef f . Q: t eene eeenn . Hofern ann Langbehn ' 'wi 55215 sis f ff,12m1Lg4sGz.Qi HL ' ii M., ,.,..,,..,. v,.,,,.m, 3: ,ii IORS xv ' ' I.. ' . x -..- DONALD DEAN MILLER CC L0 "Late hours are not good for one, but they are all right for two." Annual Staff .... ..... 4 Basketball ...... . . 1-2-3-4 Basketball Captain. . . . . . 4 Boys' State Alternate. . . . . . 3 Chorus ........ .... 2 Class Officer. . . .2-3-4 F.F.A .... ...... 2 Football. . . - 1-2-3-4 Octet ...... .... 2 Paper staff. . . . . 3-4 Plays ...... - - 3-4 Prince ....... .... 2 Student Council. . . . . . 4 "T" Club .... - - 1-2-3-4 Track. . . - 1-2-3-4 L A V E N D E R and JUDITH CAROL HANSEN "I may be silent--but, oh, the thought that run through my mind. " Annual Staff ........ .... Band. . . ..... . 1-2-3- 'X Chorus ........ . . 2-3-4 Clarinet Quartette. . . . . . . 4 Declam ........ . . 2-3-4 F.H.A ....... . . l-3 Paper Staff ...... . . 3-4 Physical Education. . . . 2-3-4 Plays ........ . . 3-4 LARRY EDWARD BINGER vs , Because a man doesn t talk is no sign he has nothing to say. " Annual Staff. . ..... . 4 Band ...... . . 1-2-3-4 Band Officer. . . . . . . . .3 Basketball. . . . . 1-2-3-4 Chorus ...... . . 2-3-4 , Chorus Officer. . . . 4 , Class Officer. . . . 3-4 F. F.A ........ . 2-3 F. F.A. Delegate. . . . . . 3 F. F.A. Officer. . . .... . . 3 I Football ...... . . 1-2-3-4 King ....... ..... 4 A Paper Staff. . . . . 3-4 N Plays ..... . . . 3-4 V, 2 Quartette .... .... 2 -3 "T" Club ...... . . 1-2-3-4 "T" Club Officer. . .... . 3 Track. . . . . . '. . .1-2-3-4 .:-Q . 4 , CQ-D ' Q .f +V JOAN KAY KOPPLIN "All good things come in little pack ages. " Annual Staff. - .... . . Band ..... . . 1-2-3- Chorus .... . . . 2-3- Declam ..... . . . 3- Double Quartette. . . . F.H.A ....... . . . . . Paper Staff ...... . . . 3- Physical Education. . . . 1-2-3- Solo.... ...... ....3- KURT WAYNE LANGBE HN "Service night and day in my green Chevrolet. H All-State Chorus. . . 4 Annual Staff. . . . . . 4 Band ...... . 1-2-3-4 Band Officer ...... ..... 4 Basketball ........ . 1-2-3-4 Basketball Co-Captain. . . . . 4 Boys' State ....... . . . 3 Chorus ......... . . 2-3-4 Chorus Officer. . . . 4 Class Officer .... . . 3 Double Quartette, , , , 4 F.F.A ....... . . . 2 F. F.A. Officer. . .... . 2 Football ...... . 1-2-3-4 Football Captain. . . . . 3-4 Octet ...... . . 2-3 Paper Staff. . . . 3-4 Plays ............... 3-4 Soloist. . . ......... 1-2-3-4 Student Council President. . . . . 4 "T" Club. . . . .... . . . 1-2-3-4 Track. . . . . . . . . .... 1-2-3-4 JANICE NADINE OST "Romeo, wherefore art thou?" Accornpanist. . . . 2-3- Annual Staff. . . . . . Chorus .... . . 2-3- Class Officer. . . . . . . F.H.A. Officer. . . . . . . Girls' State Alternate. . . . . . Paper Staff ...... . . . . 3' Physical Education. . . . .1'2'3' Sextette ....... , , , 3- Student Council. . . . Plays .... . . . . 3 GLORIA PAY BLUME "Every morning Gloria should have a Rose! E" Annual Staff. . ..... . 4 Band ..... . . 1-2-3-4 Chorus. . . . . 2 Declarn. . . . 2-3-4 F.H.A .... . . . 3 Librarian. . . . 2-3-4 Plays .... . . . 3-4 Paper ......... . . . 3-4 Physical Education. . . . .l-2-3-4 DOUGLAS LEROY HENZE "You can't keep a good man from graduating, can you? " Annual Staff ..... . F. F.A. . . . Football. . . . Paper Staff. . . . . . Plays ....... .... Student Manager. . . . 1-2- "T" Club ..... . . 1-2-3 "T" Club Officer. . . . . . Track. . . . . . JOAN KAY CHRISTENSON "After the verb "to love", "to help"' is the most beautiful verb in the World. " Annual Staff. . .... . 4 Band ..... . . 1-2-3-4 Cheerleader. . . . .3-4 Chorus .... . 2-3-4 F.H.A. . ..... . .3 F.H.A. Officer. . . . . . .3 Paper Staff ....... .... 3 -4 Physical Education ..... l-2- 3-4 Plays ......... . . . 3-4 Solo .... . . 2 Quartette. . . . 4 4 S I, f DENNIS EDWARD COCKRELL "Napoleon was about my size--and look what he did. " Annual Staff. . . . . . . . 4 Basketball. . . . . 1-2-3-4 ...... . . 2-3-4 F. RA. Officer. . . . . .4 Football ..... . 1-2-3-4 Paper Staff. . . . . 3-4 Plays .... .... 3 -4 "T" Club. . . .1-2-3-4 Track. . . 1-2-3-4 FAYE EDEEN KLOSS "Your high school days are your de- lights, but oh, for me, those high school nights! I" All-State Chorus. . . . . . 4 Annual Staff. . . . . . . . . 4 Band ...... . . 1-2-3-4 Band Officer. . . . . . 1-2 Cheerleader. . . . . l-2-3-4 Chorus ..... . . 2-3-4 Chorus Officer. . . . 4 Class Officer .... .... 1 Paper Staff ....... .... 3 -4 Physical Education ..... 1-2-3-4 S Plays ......... .... 3 -4 Princess .... .... 1 Sextette ..... . . 2-3-4 Student Council. . . . . . l Vocal Solo .... . 2-3-4 ERNEST KENNETH HOFEHIANN "Guess I'll go out tonight and give all the girls a break. " Annual Staff. . ..... . 4 Basketball. . . . 1-2-3-4 Declam ...... .... 1 F. FHA. Officer. . . . . . . . 3 Football ..... . . 1-2-3-4 Paper Staff, , ,,,, 3-4 Plays ..... .... 3 -4 "T" Club. . . .1-2-3-4 Track. . . . . l-2-3-4 CONSTANCE PAULETTE WALZ "It isn't what you do---it's what you getaway with! !" Annual Staff. . ..... . 4 Band ..... . . 1-2-3-4 Chorus. . , 2-3-4 Declam ...... . . 1-3 F.H.A ....... . .3 Music Ensemble. . . . . .1 Paper Staff ...... . . . 3-4 Physical Education. . . . .1-2-3-4 Plays ......... . . . 3-4 Sextette. . . 2-3-4 Solo. . . . .2-3-4 KEITH ALLEN BUCHHOLZ "I squeeze a great deal of pleasure out of dancing. " Annual Staff. . . . . . . Band ...... . 1-2-3- Basketball. . . . 1-2-3- Chorus ..... .... Declam ....... . .1-2-3- Double Quartette, . . . . . . F.F.A ....... . . . Football. . . . 1-2-3- Paper Staff. . . . . 3- Plays .... . . . 3- "T" Club. . . . 1-2-3- MARY JEAN STEINHEUSER "Do you not know, I am a Woman? When I think, I must speak. " Accompanist. . . . 1-2-3-4 Annual Staff. . .... 3-4 Band ............. 1-2-3 4 Band Officer ............ 4 Betty Crocker Homemaker ..... 4 Cheerleader ............ 4 Chorus ...... . . 2-3-4 Chorus Officer. . . . . 3 Class Officer. . . . 2-3 Declam .......... . . 1-2 Double QUHITSVKG ...... . . 4 Drum Solo and Ensemble. . . . 1-4 F.H.A. Officer ...... . . .3-4 3-4 Paper Staff ........ . . . Physical Education. . . . .1-2-3-4 Plays ......... . . . 3-4 2 Student Council Officer. . . . 3 SeXtette.......... .. C A M T Vw GARY GILBERT FRANKENSTEIN "When I am gone, pray, who will entertain the populace ? " Annual Staff ...... . . . . . Band .... . . 1-2-3- Basketball. . . . 1-2-3- Chorus ...... . 2-3- F.F.A ....... . 2- F.F.A. Delegate. . . . . . . F. F.A. Officer. . . . . . . . Football ...... . . 1-2-3- Octette ..... ..... Paper Staff. . . . . . 3- Plays .... .... 3 - "T" Club. . . . 1-2-3- Track. . . . . .1-2-3- JANET KAY WENDLAND "Whenever I feel ambitious, I lie down until the feeling goes away. " All-State Chorus. . . . . . 4 Annual Staff .... ..... 4 Band ...... . . 1-2-3-4 Band Officer. . . . . 2-3-4 Cheerleader. . . . 2-3-4 Chorus ...... . . 2-3-4 Chorus Officer. . . . 3-4 Class Officer .... . 2-4 D.A.R. Candidate. . . . 4 F.H.A ....... . .3 Girls' State ..... .... 3 Paper Staff ....... .... 3 -4 Physical Education. . . . 1-2-3-4 Plays ......... . . . 3-4 Princess. . . . 2 Queen... . ....4 Sextette ...... . . . 2-3-4 Student Council. . . . . . 2 - GARY GENE AMES , "5i "I don't think I'm smart, but What's g " ' my Opinion against hundreds of A i t if A Tdaargf others. " Annual Staff. . .... . . Basketball. . , , 1-2-3- ...... . 2-3- F. FHA. Officer. . . . . . . Football ..... . . 1-2-3- Paper Staff. . . . . . 3- Plays ..... . . . 3- "T" Club. . , , 1-2-3- Track. . . . .1-2-3- f :T -I CLASS HISTORY September 4, 1956, was the day twenty-one scared, green freshmen climbed the stairs of Tulare High. They were Gary Ames, Larry Binger, Gloria Blume, Keith Buch- holz, Joan Christenson, Dennis Cockrell, Gary Erlandson, Gary Frankenstein, Douglas Henze, Thomas Hinde, Kenneth Hofemann, Faye Kloss, Joan Kopplin, Larry Kopplin, Kurt Langbehn, Donald Miller, Janice Ost, Mary Jean Steinheuser, Ronald Wagner, Constance Walz, and Janet Wendland. Class officers chosen were: Faye, pres., Gary E., vice-pres., and Janet, sec. -treas. Faye was also treasurer of band. The biggest high- light to begin the year was initiation. Faye was Princess, Mary, Queen's attendant, and Kurt, King's attendant for the Sweetheart's Ball. The boys participating in football were Gary E. , Kurt, Dennis, Gary A. , Larry B., Don, Doug, Keith and Kenny. The same boys plus Gary F. , Larry K. , Ronnie and Tom took part in basketball. All the boys but Doug went out for track. All boys were members of the T Club. All the girls participated in girls' phys. ed. Faye was a cheerleader. Those participating in band were Faye, Janet, Gloria, Larry B., Gary F., Mary, Kurt, Joan, Connie, Joan, Lar- ry K. and Keith. Those in Declam were Connie, Kenny, Tom, Mary and Keith. Our freshman class advisor was Mr. Kunz. The year ended with a picnic at the schoolhouse because of the weather. All of us returned for the sophomore year but Tom Hinde and Gary Erlandson. Judy Hansen, Arlen Jessen, and DeVerne Kludt also joined the class. Officers for the year were: Janet, pres., Don, vice-pres., and Mary, sec. -treas. Janet was Princess, Faye, Queen's attendant, Kurt, King's attendant, and Don, Prince, for the Sweetheart's Ball. Boys taking football were Don, Larry B., Ronnie, Kenny, Keith, Kurt, Larry K. , Gary F., Gary A. and Dennis. The same boys except Larry K. plus DeVerne Kludt took basketball. The same boys took part in track. Doug acted as student man- ager. All the girls were in girls' phys. ed. Janet and Faye were cheerleaders. Those playing in the band were Joan, Gloria, Joan, Janet, Keith, Judy, Mary, Larry, Connie, Faye, Gary and Kurt. Chorus was started this year with Joan, Judy, Connie, Joan, Janet, Janice, Faye, Mary, Kurt, Larry, Don and Gary singing in the chorus. Several of the class took chorus and band solos. Those in Declam were Gloria, Judy, Keith, Faye, Connie and Mary. Gloria acted as librarian. Home ec. was started this year with all the girls participating. F. F. A. and agriculture were also started with all boys taking part. Mr. Grubl acted as our class advisor. The year came to a close with a very en- joyable picnic at Cottonwood Lake. Everyone returned for the junior year but Arlen Jessen and DeVerne Kludt. Class officers were: Mary, pres., Larry, vice-pres., and Don, sec. -treas. Kurt acted as Student Council representative. All the boys but Doug took part in football, basketball, track, and he acted as student manager. All boys took part in the T Club. Faye, Janet, and Joan were cheerleaders. The same students again took part in band and the same in chorus except Judy. Gloria again acted as librarian. Those in Declam were Keith, Gloria, Connie, Judy, Faye and Joan. We, this year, had the experience of putting on our play, "Accidental Hero", which we enjoyed and was a big success. F. H.A. was started this year with all the girls taking part. Several boys were again in agriculture and F. F.A. Queen's attendant was Mary for the Sweetheart's Ball, at which time the sextet, composed of mostly our class, sang. The thing most remembered during this year was putting on our Banquet and Prom with the theme Rendezvous with Don Warren providing the music. The junior class advisors were Mr. and Mrs. Simek. The year was drawn to a close with a very cold picnic at Cottonwood Lake. The entire class returned for the senior year, making eighteen seniors. Don was class president and Kurt Student Council president. All boys but Doug took part in football, basketball and track. Doug acted as student manager. All the boys participated in the T Club. One of the highlights of the senior year was Janet being chosen queen and Larry king of our Sweetheart's Ball. Kurt, Don, Faye and Janice were attendants. Joan, Faye, Judy, Gloria and Keith took part in Declam. Mary Jean was selected Homemaker of Tomorrow. Janet was our DAR candidate. Mary, Faye, Janet and Joan were our cheer- leaders. The senior class presented their play, "Creeping Shadows" by Germaine Haney, which was a big success. All the girls again took part in girls' physical education. Gloria again acted as librarian. Those in band were Faye, Judy, Kurt, Larry, Joan, Connie, Joan, Gary, Janet, Gloria and Keith. Those singing in chorus were Connie, Joan, Judy, Keith, Faye, Mary, Kurt, Janet, Larry and Joan with Janice accompanist. On May 7, the juniors gave a very beautiful Banquet and Prom in our honor. Baccalaureate was held on Sunday, May 15, in the All Purpose Room, and Commencement was held on Wednesday, May 18. An enjoyable picnic ended our high school activities. .--5:4112 .wa ,Men em . DER GRADS 1 f-v fJ'Llf?3TJ,l3 iffl mm, Q . war ,g td Vzf 4: Kloss President LQ ,,.1.,, ig , 2 W 1 Hofemann Neitzel Harmening Nowell Blume S a I1 d r a Vice- President ,. Vliy . I ,J 4 Marzahn Secretary- Treasurer Mrs. Arlene Simek South Dakota State Home Economics Advisor Junior Class Sponsor eil ,. D ,. 3, I, f . J y 1 .-. Q QQ 3 '15 1 Q- Q A' 4 v Haag 90 r"-Av R i c h a r , It yi H Radcliffe rzy, , d W rg ig f ' , 'Y at -rj! A N Q Q? ,, Weis, 7 ff G Q 4,,VVl,i:"Q: I I ' 2' 'A Qi- .. 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Mary Jane Stangl Student Teacher Play School PURT Sl? is A, ,w'k,..wg,-5- 0 v A x Don Miller-Halfback A11-State Honorable Mention H -f 1 , ., 'N 5 A5 Keith Buchholz Center MW, N , .... g .. ,,V,M,YM A Z Q ff-W Kurt Langbehn-Haliback All-State Honorable Mention ,:.',: ew' STUDENT MANAGERS 'I fl of Clayton Kloss, Douglas Henze, Alan Steinheuser Dennis Crockrell Gary Frankenstein Halfback Guard Gary Ames 32 Guard- Halfback Larry Binger-End All-State Honorable Mention Kenny Hofemann Quarterback Dale Hofemann David Roeber Daryl Ost End Guard End W Harry Tomsha Roger Schultz Loren Marzahn Center Center Quarterback Norman Now ell Quarterback Alan Schultz Guard Dale Price Guard Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare 26 6 8 34 20 52 6 39 191 Bruce Conde Northville NW Waverly Columbia Brentford Wessington Iroquois O 18 28 13 6 27 12 18 122 Nr Rob ert Hofemann Halfback Richard Frankenstein End Scott Benning Guard David French Guard Harry Cockrell Gene Fountain 33 Halfback End R I T Y Dale Hofem ann Junior- Forward Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare 1 :i12ZfTulare 271fl:Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare Tulare :lz :iz :::T ula I- 9 :If :lf flfl' ula r e ----------38 Hitchcock -------- 50 Yale -------- St. Lawrence- Wessington--- Wolsey ---- Sunshine Bible Bancroft-- Bryant-- Bonilla ------ St. Lawrence- Bonilla ------ Hitchcock-- Hitchcock--- Wessington--- Brentford-- Bonilla ---- Warner ---- Erwin ---- Iroquois--- Hitchcock-- DeSrnet ---- Diflrwin Invitational Norman NOWQ11 :lf:lfBeadle County Conference Fresh, -Guard 21f21fflfDistrict 15 B AB SA KL EL T Loren Marzahn Soph. -Guard Curtis Benning Fresh, -Forward Dennis Cockrell Keith Buchholz Kenny Hofemann Senior-Guard Senior-Forward Senior-Forward Don Miller Captain Larry Binger-Co-Captain Y Kurt Langbehn-Co-Captain Larry Blnger Kurt Langbehn SeniOI'-FOI'WaI'd Senior-Forward Gary Frankenstein Gary Ames Don Miller Senior-Forward Senior-Guard Senior-Center 3 13 ae sf S 2 A 5 2 Left to Right: Harry Cockrell, David French, Robert Hofemann, Keith Buchholz, Richard Frankenstein, Alan Steinheuser, Norman Nowell, Curt Benning, Gene Foun- tain, Clayton Kloss, Dale Price, Loren Marzahn. Top Row: Left to right: Constance Walz, Joan Christenson, Mary Jean Steinheuser, Janice Ost, Judy Hansen, Janet Wendland, Faye Kloss, Gloria Blume, Joan Kopplin. ' Second Row: Nancy Nowell, Bonnie Blume, Donna Harmening, Delores Price, Caralin Brugger, Rosemary Jessen, Peggy Otto, Barbara Radcliffe, Linda Wenclland Donna Fliehe. Bottom Row: Sandra Marzahn, Ruby Cockrell, Maxine Neitzel, Linda Ames, Letha Kop- plin, Yvonne Kloss, Marlene Foglesong, Wilena Frankenstein, Linda Rad- cliffe, Aileen MacNeill, Leota Kopplin. Standing: Don Miller, Norman Nowell, Larry Binger, Kurt Langbehu, Scott Benning, Alan Steinheuser, Dale Hofemann, Gene Fountain, Gary Frankenstein, Richard Frankenstein, Keith Buchholz. Kneeling: Clayton Kloss, Dennis Cockrell, David Roeber, Gary Ames, Robert Hofemann, David French, Dale Price, Loren Marzahn, Harry Cockrell. 39 I . 5, ., .H . - 12,2 " ' .Q , ,- , , ' felis, .Psa-gg ,. , .. f-- ,M 'T' . ' . Lt. ,kv QM : . , . at . Z- . .iglwla g ,Xi 1: ' . .av cm ..:g5:.5E,L5Qr M- me 1:-it-Q M y 1 . fri.. -- ' ...' , , 1 Q? A ...SE S,,P,.l,iN,X., k J. r Hurdle Relay Shot Put and Discus Throwers Dayton Kloss was the first Tulare track aspirant to participate in the state track meet. He was also the first boy to place in the state track meet. He tied for first in the high jump with a leap of 5 feet 9 inches. Freshman 880 Relay Pole Vault 880 Relay Team First Row: Left to right: Lynn MacNeill, Steven Noble, Larry Haag, Anthony Benning, Billy Stoner, Gregory Wilson, Donald Walz, Jeffery Wilson, and Richard Roeber. Second Row: Vaughn Meyer, Gordon Marzahn, Dennis Roeber, Gregory Benning, Thomas Noble, Douglas Roeber, Randall Otto, and Roy Wendland. Top Row: Left to right: Eugene Feldsien, Rodney Ost, and Lynn MacNeill. Middle Row: Gregory Benning, Jeff Wagner, Thomas Noble, Richard Jessen, and Donald Walz. Bottom Row: Gordon Marzahn, Dennis Roeber, Curtis Hofemann, Douglas Roeber, and Roger Price. E E 4 s i i i K i , A 1 JANET WENDLAND PAYE KLOSS JOAN CHRISTENSON, MARY JEAN STEINHEUSER, JANET WENDLAND, FXXIL KLOS5. JOAN CHRISTENSON MARY JEAN S'1'IjINH1jL7SlQIi 0960 Q- ww Tulare -C onde Game die xox OO, X W G F1I'Sf Vlctory SCX' ef Q09 veg ,oeb gf 'C . . O 9,9 Cheermg Sectlon? 9001, dy? S X 0 x oo' We ACTIVITIE 1 1 ' K fir 1' A111-1'il:gFs7izmQv' ' '11 X 1 V. Q fsifw ,,'i ,11,g1.,1. X 1 ?L,1"1-Sgeife. .,-fzgw4!4Q1:,'1'f' fa r w r' 8 1f..f1n 1 1 1 fm W - df-!,., 5.11 .1 1.1221 - ' ,, 1 ,g-1,1 31 ' Mxxfii, ' 1-1. 'inf-wvg. ' .zz- .11111w1,'1 1' 'H' -.if i!'?1f2E'11ig'?'fii'lEL1 , 'gt " 1 mx' ' 'Q 51-3 , 11 fu , 1 . 15'i!Z1:-13 fa ,E 1-12 1- r 1 1 315321 ES 2 1 i-fqrswiawg A 11,,1f1efW,- , L1 xL,L ,1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 I 1 3 P 1 9, 1 1 I 1 1. l 1 i 7 1 1 if R , 1 . 1 1, 15 '2 'a I. 11 I.. '11 'E '. 12, 4 i 1 Front Row: Left to right: Aileen MacNeill, Faye Kloss, Sandra lvlarzahn, Judy Hansen, Peggy Otto, and Joan Kopplin. Second Row: Richard Frankenstein, Gary Frankenstein, Rosemary Jessen, Carolin Brugger, Patsy Noble, Patrice liloss, Roger Frankenstein, and Rodney Binger. Third Row: Jeanette MacNeill, Joyce Stellmacher, Kevin Wendland, Linda Ames, Donna Fliehe, Kurt Langbehn, Larry Binger, Harry Tompsha, and Loren Marzahn. Fourth ROW: Lynne Lips, Mary Jean Steinheuser, and Linda Radcliffe. TULARE HIGH SCH UOL BA D Clarinet Quartet Eric Jungemann Left to right: Aileen MacNeill Huron College Faye Kloss, Judy Hansen, and Concordia College Sandra Marzahn. Q19 5 x Q ,f . Q gm-A1-Mgt fi -5 Q1 . xii? mw,.m,W,w ,JM Z . Q T" ' R - , : f M? 15 V A A . " N, M233 W , 2655 HA W me-A ass ,, HES f Y sc Www eww , , ..,. M V My I , ,N f., ,- e g 1, L M .Y 5. if Q' . K--fx I 1 4 , ., ,li I ye 3 Q? 'Q -W? m?'l?eZ 3 ,f .. . .,.. Eg 5 3 if fl-:PH f' ," ,. 5:::.2i'l'W5EE 52 . " .EL ff 3. fif , - 5 g 1' . - fe" ' 35 462' f f W' E .fs 3 I Kurt Langbehn, presidentg Yvonne Klossg Don Millerg Clayton Klossg Linda Wendlandg Janice Ost, secretary-treasurerg Letha Kopplin. The Student Council of Tulare High School governs all outside activities. They sponsor such activities as 'T freshman initiation, the ' Christmas Formal, Sweet- heart's Ball, and the high school picnic. TUD Martha Koester Northern State Teachers College Typing I Typing II Bookkeeping English I Girls' P. E. Junior Play Director Senior Play Director Student Council Advisor High School Principal - 1,-g -n-m COUNCIL TOP ROW: Left to right: Donna Fliehe, Peggy Otto, Donna Harrnening, Nan- cy Nowell, Faye Kloss, Judy Hansen, Richard Frankenstein, Gene Fountain, Dale Hofemann, Norman Nowell, Caralin Brugger, Connie Walz, Aileen Mac- Neill, Letha Kopplin, Joan Kopplin. SECOND ROW: Loren Marzahn, Harry Tomsha, Keith Buchholz, Alan Steinheuser, Daryl Ost, Kurt Langbehn, Scott Benning, Larry Binger, Gary Frankenstein, David French, Dale PI'iCG- . THIRD ROW: Sandra Marzahn, Wilena Frankenstein, Mary Jean Steinheuser, Joan Christenson, Rosemary Jessen, Janet Wendland, Janice Ost, Linda Fliehe, Yvonne Kloss, Delores Price, Linda Ames, Leota Kopplin. GIRLS' SEXTETTE ALL-STATE QUARTETTE Ak if Yii fiffifi f DOUBLE MIXED QUARTETTE MRS. RONALD MILLER C G a 1 r 0 a 1' 1 i 1 3 n B B 1 r U L1 m g 9 g 6 I' Caralin Brugger, Barbara Radcliffe, Gloria Blume, and Donna Harmening B 3. r D b O a H 1' I1 a 8 R H a a d I' C nf 1 6 i n f i f I1 e g Keith Buchholz Humorous Barbara Radchffe Poetry Back Row: Left to right: Bonnie Blume, Linda Fliehe, Judy Hansen, Richard Franken stein, Keith Buchholz, Faye Kloss, Nancy Nowell, Gloria Blume, Caralin Brugger. Front Row: Joan Kopplin, Ruby Cockrell, Leota Kopplin, Letha Kopplin, Donna Fliehe, Wilena Frankenstein, Linda Radcliffe, Barbara Radcliffe, Linda Wendland, Maxine Neitzel. Coach Miss Koester. Nancy Now ell Dramatics Linda Radcliffe Oratory "JUST ONE BIG HAPPY FAMILY" Vickie Beaumont- Belinda Delmar- - Olive Beaumont- - Elmar Delmar- - Bing Beasley- - - Ronald Beaumont- Laura Beaumont- Emily Treavor- - Geneva Johnson- - Josephine Steiner- - Amada Armstrong- - - Blythe Ferriday- - - Wister Ferriday- Martha Beasley- - Myron Crosley - - Morse Treavor- - C hristine Mannox - - PLAY CAST Bonnie Blume Linda Wendland Nancy Nowell Gordon Haag Barry Sires V Dale Hofemann Donna Harmening Yvonne Kloss Barbara Radcliffe Maxine Neitzel Ruby Cockrell Maxine Neitzel Barry Sires Sandra Marzahn Daryl Ost David Roeber Delores Price r gr L2 H za CLASS 1' QI fm- 5 E N G C- L L I Af S S H S IV A M E H R I I S C T A 0 N R Y LN A G S A Q L G E B R A I STUDY HALL 3 A Left to right: Gloria Blume, Constance Walz, Nancy Nowell, Bonnie Blume, Donna Harmen- ing, Linda Wendland, Delores Price, Yvonne Kloss, Mary Jean Steinheuser, Joan Christen- son, Sandra Marzahn, Barbara Radcliffe, Maxine Neitzel, Ruby Cockrell, Instructor-Mrs. Sirnek. 52 Left to right: Dale Hofemann, Barry Sires, Dennis Cockrell, Daryl Ost, Gordon Haag David Roeber, Gary Ames, Instructor-Mr. Simek. JOAN KOPPLIN OfflCe Practlce 1S taken by three senior girls: Janet Wendland, Joan Kopplin, and Judy Hansen, who file papers, type letters, and take dicta- JANET WENDLAND tion. JUDY HANSEN This is my occupation, what is yours? The man with a Woman's touon. To be or not to be, that is the question. 1 Hairy? ? ? '? Cockrell Look, Mom, no cavities! !! Bottoms up? 'F ? ? 'R We're not mixeq up, we just So much for these family Jokes look that Way. It take-5 form for good Oh, John! Where art thou, John? penmanship! I ! so K Kenny's ivory tickierl ! This is my Colgate smile for the magazine salesman! URGANIZA TIO Sitting: Left to right: Barbara Radcliffe, Wilena Frankenstein, Bonnie Blume, Linda Wendland, pres., Aileen MacNeill, Nancy Nowell, Leota Kopplin, Mary Steinheuser. Standing: Mrs. Simek, advisor, Linda Radcliffe, Yvonne Kloss, Delores Price, Rose- mary Jessen, Marlene Foglesong, Maxine Neitzel, Ruby Cockrell, Sandra Marzahn. Sitting: Left to right: Clayton Kloss, Gordon Haag, Daryl Ost, Dale Hofemann, Gary Ames, Dennis Cockrell. Standing: Mr. Simek, advisor, Robert Hofemann, Loren Marzahn, Dale Price, David French, Alan Schultz, Roger Schultz, Gary Neitzel, Harry Cockrell. Back Row: Barry Sires, Curtis Benning, Norman Nowell, Alan Steinheuser, Gene Foun- 56 tain, Richard Frankenstein, David Roeber, Harry Tomsha. RB Back Row: Front Row: Left to right: Donna Hultrnan, Sarah Fountain, Dianne Fliehe, Susan Feld sein, Roy Wendland, Randy Otto, Cathy Fliss. Lynn Haag, Steven Noble, Rita Ames, Sandra Christenson, Patty Schultz, Dale Stellmacher, Vaughn Meyer, Susan We-ndland, Back Row: Front Row: Left to right: Douglas Henze, Kurt Langbehn, Donald Miller, Larry Binger Dale Hofernann, Kenneth Hofemann. David Roeber, Gary Ames, Gary Frankenstein, Keith Buchholz, Daryl Ost Dennis Cockrell. U .1 EA EN N E S T W E A ET B H EAR , M ,WW,,h,::m1fXzAw,f1w.,.wmmmwmwamWim-Q .Mm JUNIOR AND SENIOR PROM Mrs. Anna Hank Mrs. Frazier Lindy Mr. King MP- Wade Bill Frazier Buck Bill Frazier- - Mrs. Frazier- - Cherry ----- Ted Garvey- - Jack Hunter- - The Sheriff- - - Butch ----- Hank ---- Mr. Wade- - Truesdale Mr. Kin g- - Anna ---- May- - - Jill- - - Lindy ------ Dick Prince- - - Snooky ------- - Mrs. Truesdale- - - Johnny Swift ---- Buck -------- An Unknown Man- - - CREEPIN G SHADOWS - - Donald Miller - - Judy Hansen - - - -Faye Kloss - - - - Janice Ost Kit Laughton- - - - - -Kenneth Hofemann - - Kurt Langbehn - - - -Gary Ames - - Larry Binger - Dennis Cockrell - - - Keith Buchholz Gary Frankenstein Mary Steinhe user - - Joan Christenson - - Gloria Blume - - - Joan Kopplin - -Constance Walz - - Janet Wendland - - Larry Binger - - - Gary Ames - - Douglas Henze - Dennis Cockrell Jack Hunter Kit Laughton SENIOR CLASS PLAY Snooky Jill Cherry May The Sheriff Butch Ted Garvey ADVER TI ING 'SJ' uw. S.. Located on Highway 2 8 1 Mobilgqs Mobi oul OUR ADVERTISERS DULANY'S MOBIL SERVICE Roy Qulany, Manager iq Mobilgas AIDKAII Phone LY 6-3325 Tulare, So. Dak. 'J 12':' cf s ' l fa T X 1, 5- -1 1 Lg AMERICAN LEGION RECREATION 4, f 5 F- Q f' ' Tulare, South Dakota , " nlt qif ' -' l' .xg K E Delbert Otto, Nfluhmdywbks Prop. EQKICE s- A Tulare 1 QMQHE' South Dakota A 4 Best Food in Town HARRISONS GROCERY ml 'X H , f,: , X Z ,. L. I! Don Hultmah, Distributor Tulare, South Dakota Tulare, South Dakota f41i"3:. t cg' Ni 1 'I P H A ILC o K 1" Q ' -' ' DLX Af, X xg Phone LY 6-323 Tulare, South Dakota Foglesong Hardware TULARE GRAIN CO. Lee Gilby, Owner' 66 O Q, o 450 Feeds Q! Phone LY 6-3205 Don't Sweat, Bring Your Window Repair' to KENNY'S GLASS SERVICE Highway 281 South Auto Plate Window Glass Phone 605 Redfield, South Dakota we 1 ,R LI O 4506 QS! eat 0121 Q09 S66 fifoc 015 D, B. BENNING 8: SON LY 6 - 345 5 Phone : LY 6 - 345 1 Tulare, South Dakota 6' HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII llllllllIllIIIIilililllHlIllU0llI1UIllllll1Nl mm f 6' 5, Jet' ' Y 'f'q4 . J tale QSY1 5 Reel E 119606 ,..,...Q.,Y,.5Qgg.t.ll.tllllllllllll IVIERLITS BEA-KITTY SHOP A '17 .m,l Phone Lynwood 5 ' llggi 5-3275 ff HAYES LUCAS Tulare , South uality Building Materials q Dakota LY 6-3185 Tulare, South Dakota ,Il B W 1 e WENDLAND LOCKERS a l C d k i S n m Q i Ray Wendland, Manager 'L h l CLAUDE FOUNTAIN Phone LYnWood 6-3126 Tulare, South Dakota Tulare, South Dakota .. , 5 Aa,i. 4 ea.. . , ,,,u ,el,, 4 V KENNE TH F RE NC H ' iiiizi ,A a ,:':' 1 KD A A1 ' .,. ., al i t ",' . .-,afsi-i'-ff"-'WWi . K , M ,,Ah m"fMf" - Dependable Service 2 , 6 6 ll ovl, Vaa--, 1 Qvava f A ull,a ,,,, ,,,,, u ull,uu a I Tulare, SOL1'El'1 Da-kOlZa H ,,,, V Q, Y aall 4 ' ' 4 , X McCOY'S STORE f ' -' S CD D7 X x X' - b ' ' Tulare, South Dakota Sunshine State Da iries For the Finest Quality in Dairy Products QQ? Come and See Us 8 49 'C fb ee OJ, Q96 ox e X015 9 Q02 AZQ4 Redfield, South Dakota Pendersonfs Farm Implement and Service I Phone 229 McCormick Farm Equipment and Farmhand Loaders We Serve You Redfield South Dakota t ' V J - f i M llle r Drug Q 1 T 9 G Q00 Phone 212 fel, - J N9 O OAC Q6 wg JY? 4? Redfield, South Dakota 42,0 if "You're Always Weloom e" ACKERMAN WELDING SUPPLY CO. Phone: BA 5-5691 P. O. Box 727 North Oxford Street FARMERS UNION OIL CO. Aberdeen, South Dakota Quick and Dependable Ser-viee Redfield, South Dakota ' Spink County Co-op Service Company We Buy Grain, Seed, and Wool F e e d SL S e e d ' I . C u S t O m S e e d C 1 ea ni ng ' :s:s:1:-:::::::s:s:5:s zg fZ5 Q:E2'E55i:,. fQ5i555f5f51'-I A T r e a ti n g a nd P r o c e s S ing , '- I . . . . A F 9 9 d G F 1 Fld 1 V18 49 Mlxl ug .. L L1 m b e F . B eil die g S UP Plie S , ' . Fa r m C h e m ic als a nd F e rt il i z e r R edfield , S outh Da kota ' ""' Marlowe Ohman ,Iookheck Company Q, New Ideal :tiff Allis Chalmers ' o 43 'IC 1: 6 666 ooo 900 See Us for Service on All Makes 51,63 X6 ep X Redfield, South Dakota J Q , CSG we Q, f A CARL SANTE The Best in Paints, BEN FRANKLIN ' Wallpaper, Courtesy is and Redeeorating I Our' Motto Redfield, So. Dak. Redfield, South Da-kota Coleman and Son FUNERAL SERVICE HOME FURNISHINGS 101 Seventh Ave. East 8 Seventh Ave. East Phone 400W Phone 444 Redfield, South Dakota WILHELM I-X IVIARTSFIELD at soN IMPLEMENT Co. ,iris 4. I Your Oldsmobile Dealer F' 2. CD 2 '11 DJ '1 5 3' lfstt '22 M E 2 E Dependable Service Located in Redfield, South Dakota Redfield, South Dakota Spink C ounty Bank You Are Banking With Friends. Member of FDIC Redfield, South Dakota Stover Trucking Company is Why Transport Your E Livestock the Old Way? Phone 255W X X -T' Call Us for Fast E Dependable Service. Redfield, South Dakota , L Q X f lg' gig? Wilson Brothers p V Concrete Work Fertilizers Crushed Rock Road Gravel 14 Redfield, south Dakota ,wi at MM RECORD SHOP l opular Records and Albums Redfield, if rl NEUIVIAN AND SONS Plumbing and Heating Redfield, South Dak. I South Dakota MikewQKfw5QiXMa EX p e rt A ,.,u L "V' '1" "'-u i f:A"A' i 'i'i 1-' Radifb a Hd Ffh luedl T -1237? ..' ..llld i .l.u ,135 TV Repair --:' ',,, c I ' Redfield, South Dakota REDFIELD RADIO SL TV Phone 690 Redfield, South Dakota PHILLIPS 66 CAFE 24 Hour Service Redfield, S. Dakota Compliments of R E A Q T. V. St RADIO REPAIR We are Open Every MON. , WED. , SL SAT. , Afternoon Bring Your Repairs to the Hamilton Cafe for Quick Service and Low Prices. X Verlin Horn Owner a XX - , Tulare, SouthD kota WESTERN ADRIAN MOTOR COMPANY GRAIN Dodge Job-Rated Trucks AND Dodge-Plymouth STORAGE Redfield, South Dakota Redfield South Q'EQL I Dakota W REDFIELD LIVESTOCK SALES COMPANY STAHLS PRODUCE Z R df' ld S th D k t e le Ou a O a We Buy Eggs and Cream Clayton Gallup, Manager' Phone 290 Top Prices R df' ld S tho k we e ie , ou a o a THE CABINET SHOP E5iC611'6Ht Woodworking ARTHUR S. LARSON fb Fine Quality Cabinet 4 S S Artesian and Tubular Wells X X Redfield, South Dakota SDrilled, Reoased and Repaired R R Dakota N Redfield, S. 3 T REDFIELD GREENHOUSE ,4 n ' 642794 Flowers of All Kinds rw? '- Aw- W f f!f'::Qi. '., 'll p f ' Aiifif vigrx?" J -:ggi ' x ' .'G ' Redfield, South Dakota GARY'S STANDARD SERVICE O SO Q 4 630 Across from Courthouse ba cage Q0 C7 Phone 652 Redfield, South Dakota HARRY'S STATION A Independent Buyers of Poultry Cream, and Eggs Redfield, South Dakota N DUKE'S BOOTERY Shoes for Every Need l y E A sy Ml Redfield, South Dakota k T ry Q , an , i RED 81: ED'S BARBER SHOP Next Door to the State Theatre Redfield, South Dakota Ei . ANTHONY'S ,I Ready-to-Wear Clothing for Every Member of the Family 1 rs Redfield, South Dakota ,J I I ERED'S BARBER SHOP DR. Fu G. HQCK 6 Ol 1 7 ee A Qyx' , rv- X G19 , Y' ,QT Q 'Y X 9 QQ ' ev , I ee Qx ' e0 25 'V A om Qe' 0' of e0 Zo ' C Optometrist Redfield, S. Dak. Redfield, South Dakota THE REDFIELD PRESS SPINK COUNTY ABSTRACT SL INSURANCE CO. "' ' . A 1 A Phone 258 Redfield, s. Dak. ' ' 'r ,QQW ' fl? N S", Read in More Than '31 , X 3, OOO Homes Each Week Insurance of All Kinds Redfield South Dakota lVIARLER'S STUDIO FORD SERVICE MOTOR CO. Portraits Film Developing CD is Y New and Used Cars Q Photos and Snapshots S X S Redfield, South Dakota Redfield, South Dakota S E . D X L: DR. L. O. WIENBAR Chiropractor Redfield, South Dakota STATE FARM MUTUAL tl E. L. Schultz, Agent .gf v v if o Redfield, South Dakota REDFIELD VETERINARY CLINIC W. L. McMahan, D. V. M. Redfield, South Dakota Telephone 86 W ZEITLERS HOME APPLIANCES Radio and TV Repair' Heating and Plumbing "You Can Be Sure if It'S Westinghouse" Redfield, South Da kota ,J EE1EsE'S SERVICE 045 .CJ 5 QQ cz: Q, O3 South on Hwy. 281 GQ 5 dz T Redfield, south Dakota So, 'Oo LAWRENCE KAHL Attorney at Law Redfield, South Da kota ix I COOPER'S TRUCKING COMPANY TEUBER OIL COMPANY SIGN A TMS 'l as if CPM g I : Au-runosl run I Trucking to all Parts , XX A of the Country 3,0 96, ,bo xo of Q9 Phone 375 Redfield, South Dakota Redfield, S. Dakota ,I REDFIELD PARTS COMPANY SPINK COUNTY FARM IMPLEMENT Paul Flater, Prop. 66 . get 9 , C Redfield South Dakota Expert Service and Repairs Tractors Parts Repairs Harold Tubandt, Prop. Redfield, South Dakota COMMUNITY GROCERY v , KB nl. " if S X -- ,..... ..-....,,.,, fe. .J . g 2 IU3 S F2555 25352 S ,aa S DAY'S AUTO SERVICE , .tlhnggffaf X ,Qheel Aligning and . ,,,,.. ..., , X Balancing A Radfiaid, south Dakota Redfield, South Dakota BA NK FIRST NATIONAL T. R. PHISTRRRR, M. D. M P PINARD D. D. S. E. J. PERRY, M. D. M, R. SANDERS, M. D. Redfield, South Dak. Redfield, South Dakota l . EZ2'ff'f1gss2.gj,ijjf',,1'17 1 fi- A- 12 :11.35 ,. 5:5 ,A V f . 1iz.mgs,f.Q,ravi-zfpfi,K - 'A ,gf . . . ,., -ff- tli ziswfwz-SYN: .."f::' , .R S: , Si iff Q, 60 e' YQ. O 'W ig ff 'fp 60561515 S W Q45 K5 1 Q NATIONAL TEA STORE ANN'S CAFE The Finest in Groceries Redfield, South Dakota Redfield, South Dakota JONES Sn HOLM REXALL DRUG Redfield, S. 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