Valley High School - Highlights Yearbook (Elgin, IA)

 - Class of 1948

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Vemon Loftsgard wills his basketball ability to Louis Tatro, and his out- of-town dates to James Thornton. James Martin wills his way with a girl to Oren Shipton in hopes he will have equally good luck. Gordon Meyer wills his bubble-gum to Mrs. DeSart and his modesty to David Appelman. Millard Nelson wills his instrumental ability to Gene Wander and a certain scmeone back to the Junior boys. Wayne Sampson wills his physique to Kenneth Anderson, and his 'way with women" to Ole Johnson, knowing that he'l1 make good use of it. .f-..i..1.... ..----y "- -" 'gi 5 ' to hi -iv '4 1-G Franklin shipton wills his nose to anyone who will take it in return for a spare lock of hair Betty Sackow wills her naps in Econcxncs class to Kenneth Tatro Eileene Wedo wills her dates :Ln Elgin to Sylvia Guyer, and her perfect papers in Typing to anyone :Ln the Junior class who needs then Irene Wedo wills her nlght life to Hose Marie Doyle Marjorie Westpfahl wills her shy, quiet manner to Lillian Franzen, and her re hair Cplus tamper to matchj to Mayvis Larson w444W64ff0'2Q On September l, 1936, twenty adventurous children boarded the Education train with Miss Boley as englneer 'lhose on board were Gordon Halverson, Harley Humphrey, Marcian Jolmson, John Kiple, Jr , Gerald Kittleson, Bobby Len hart, Vernon Loftsgard, James Martin, Gordon Meyer, Millard Nelson, Lee Harris, Gerald schupanitz, Franklin Shipton, Helen Gerner, Norene Amundson, Arlene Gil bert, Margaret Gilbert, Rose Marie Hackman, Mary Lou Ostlie, and Delores Wedo 'me first part of the trip was greatly enjoyed thus making it pass rapidly We made stops at varlous cities but some of our passengers got off while others got on Throughout the trip we exchanged engineers On the eighth stop at the city of Vasby we presented the play, 'Wild Cat Willie Has Brain Fever N We started out with Elgineer Moore who stayed with us throughout the next four stops When we boarded the train for Freshmanville these came aboard Kenneth Amundson, Norene Amundson, Betty Burget, Ruth Anderson, Neva Jean Durscher Hazel Emtwisle, Helen Gerner, Gerald Kittleson, Camen Loftsgard, Vernon Lofts- gard, James Martin, Willard Martln, Gordon Meyer, Marilyn Nelson, Nome Sohave, Franklin shipton, Donald Steffens, Betty Suckow, Eugene Trudo, Eileene Wedo, Irme Wedo, and Marjorie westpfahl While on board the train to Freshmanville we were initlated by the passen gers who traveled in our place a year ago When we started out for Sophanoreville we were joined by Billy Cooley, Millard Nelson, and Wayne Sampson but Willard Martin, Marilyn Nelson, Donald steffens, Dlgene Trudo, and Billy Cooley left the train 011 board we practiced for the stage plav, 'Damsels in Distress" directed by Miss Huddleston, which was to be given at Sophomoreville The play was a great success. f-1 --lx 'v - - v ' u :-. : f 'GDLMAS 5 d . , M7255 -x V V' - se 3' CE sf rv w , l Ebb..-As? Again we boarded the train for the next lapse of the journey but Betty Burget was missing th1s time This part of the journey was full of things that were to be dcne Before basketball started we had to have our play, 'Lights Out' finished This play was directed by Mr Reed Also, we prepared the Junior-Senior banquet This was quite a job because we couldn't compromise on what it was to be and how it was to be decorated We reached Juniorvllle safely and stayed just for a few hours to look the town over We boarded the train for the final lap of our joumey to Seniorville On the way we had a very successful basketball season which brought us up to the Sub-State where we were defeated We gave a Christmas Party which was enjoyed by everyone Under the direction of urs Desart we produced our last play, 'A Case of springtime ' A8 we neared the next and last stop, a Baccalaureate Service was held for us Our trip ended at the Ccmmencement Exercises Those that were going on to Collegeville stayed on but the rest got off to go on their nay of life Elm Pwdw In the year 1960, our thoughts wonder back to the senior class of 'LB W have been wondering what has become of the members of this class, so after con siderable research in pranlnent newspapers and magazmes, we found the following infonnatlon pertaining to this prosperous class Carmen Loftsgard, the noted civ1l en ineer, 1S now workzmg on the plans for building a brldge across Grand Canyon Let's hope he remembers the geo metry Hrs Moore taught him Gordon Meyer is a prosperous business executive, managing his nation wide truck lines from his New York Office He returned last week from one of his frequent V1SitS near tlermont Elleene Wedo, the famous beauty culturist 18 now employed by well known producers in Hollywood Marjorie lestpfahl is play1ng basketball with the famous 'Redheads " All students who wish to study art may now take lessons from Vernon L0ftsgard, the greatest artlst in American history 1 X u I O C O I I O a O C I O O O O C Q 8 Q u o . 4 o a . 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'05 48' mrs Perkins, the fonner betty Suckow, is a great asset to her husband the well known preacher in St Louis Millard Nelson is doing experlmental work on his farm in minnesota to dlscover new methods for future farmers Irene Wedo is worklng on her latest novel "Ve Are Daffy " It is enqoect ed James Martln, a professor at the University of Callfornia, is now tour1ng the country giving lectures Ruth Anderson hls competent secretary, is accompanylng hzun on these trlps Hazel Entwlsle is now a registered nurse, worklng nth the Red Cross somewhere in Europe Helen Gerner is running for governor of Iowa in the comlng election She is to speak at the annual Dairy Days in Clermont thls year The Hawkeyes are llkely to win f1rst place 1n the League this year They are coached by Clermont's former star center, Gerald Klttleson Neva Jean Durscher is heard over WMT every Sunday afternoon as the announcer on "The Hour of Charm," with it's all girl orchestra and chorus Norene Amundscn is now the featured soloist for the orchestra and is looklng forward to an opera career Kenneth Amundson is now in Flonda enjoying a vacation from his farm work He owns two larva fams at the present and is plannlng to buy another one this fall if the crops are satisfactory Wayne Sampson has just rece1ved a patent on hls new invention for convert- ing jet engines for farm use Franklin Shipton now an Ensign in the U S Navy is on the U S S Clermont on a trip to Australia. f X i V5 A E E 5. x v ! - V ' f 5 s to win the Pulitzer Prize -next year. v . , l O O I O VV 1 1 04 .Ck W9 CTune of WNow Is The Hour'J lst VBPSG Our days with you now are past, Into the world we are going We've gathered memoraes to last All of o r years after leav1ng Chorus Now is the hour when we must say goodbye, Soon we'll be sailing o'er the sea of life While we're away, we'l1 always think of you So to you, dear Clenmont High, we bid adieu 2nd Verse True friends often must part, With hope we look toward the future Sorrow is in all our hearts, Farewell to you, students and teachers e5m47eM,m 6644406444 CABNATION HOSE and WHITE eldddpddllt As our school days pass in review Memories return from the past Of paths we've tread through years wlth you, And our goal we have reached at last. As years fly by, we'll think of you Dear friends at Clenmont High. The teachers, too, will come in view, We'll never pass them by. Twelve years we've spent our time As the rungs of the ladder we count, And tried each year to higher climb The steps that upward mount. A fond farewell we give to you, And in our future life We'll never fail to think of you, Through life's eternal strife. 65444 770.1550 mr: noon 'ro succzss IS LABELKD "PUSH" pf Xs A, 3 -A Y "' kj N AJZQB ii? 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' 0.0 ' ' L Il l VV xl 9 AA 452 gale Z The Clennont girls enjoyed a better than average season this year winnlng 15 games, loslng 10, and tying 1 The girls probably would have had a better record but they started the season poorly Probably the most thrilling portion of the glrls' season was winning the County Championship The girls played three games in this tournament The flrst two V1Ct0Pl6S were over Waucana and Elgln respectively Th f1nal game was with Stanley The Stanley team had defeated the Commanders tW1C8 but our glrls proved they could face odds and come out on top, which they dld, 38 3h Encoura,ed by their VlCtOPi6S in the County tournament the glrls entered the Sectional detennlned to win and they did After this the girls entered the Distrlct where they suffered a disappolnting loss to Mdlregor, AO-38 in an overtlme The ind1v1dual scoring was led by L Klttleson w1th a 17 point average, M Tschantz followed with 8 8 points average and A The girls basketball squad was made up of the B Appelman, B Ehtwlsle, M Follett, J Gerner, A Kittleson, L Swenson M Tschantz, N Amundson, B Clennont Randalla Monona Stanley Oss1an Randalia Waucoma Elgin Stanley wanerville McGregor McGregor Winthrop Ossian Monona Calmar Waterville Olson with 3 8 average following R Westpfahl, Olson, M Olson, L Suckow, E Wedo, I Wedo SEASON'S RECORD Opponents Clermont Opponents COUNTY TOURNAMENT Waucuna Elgin Stanley SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT Calmar Lime Springs Chester SEASON GAMES Calmar Elgin DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Mdlregor Fredericka TOTAL 792 80 AVERAGE 3Q.l4 -1 s QW Us -. E E be .5 v III !!! 1 I , 9 . . . . e , . , .... . , and M. Westpfahl. 27 ' lb 16 52 1.0 33 21 32 33 21. 113 ' 22 38 31. 35 21. L11 29 39 30 21 19 L5 22 20 28 38 37 9 1.1. 22 25 30 15 37 37 3 39 31. 30 ' 31. . 33 a '38 1.0 20 LL 19 L2 1.5 27 27 1.2 6 3 31 X 746 7mm J Lofts ard Y Amundson NP Pr F' Jhwpfon J Kittleson, Coach Lorber Back row: C. Loftagard, o.'Jomson, H. snume, o. Larson, N. cook, K. Westpfahl, L. Tatro 2nd row: G. Schupanitz, W. Loftsgard, J. Martin, K. Anderson, R. Amundson, K. Tatro, Coach Lorber lat row: G. Meyer, K. pnundaon, G. Kittleson, F. Shipton, V. Loftsgard - vhv - xl if -0A...4N' BOYS BASKETBALL Our boys engoyed one of the most successful seasons any team of Clennont has ever had, winning 26 games and losing only 3 The first team was made up of f1ve senlors V Loftsgard, F Shlpton G Kittleson, G Meyer, and K. Amundson Gerald Klttleson was hlgh scorer for the year with an average of lb 6 points per game The others followed in scor1ng w1th V Loftsgard scoring ll 9, F Shlpton 9 5, K Amundson 7 5, and G Meyer 2 l The boys were very successful during the tournaments capturing four tro- phles the County Champlonshlp, Sectlonal Championship, and District Champion sh1p, and the County Traveling trophy They also took the Conference trophy Their progress ln the State Tournament was halted at the Sub-State held at Waterloo, when they were defeated by Hudson, 35 30 One of the most excltlng games was the vlctory over Monona in our second game w1th the Bulldogs In the f1rst game at home they defeated the Commanders L2 33 but ln the return game at Monona the boys won a close game, 32 30 The entlre squad was made up of K Anderson, N Cook, O Larson, W Lofts- gard, H Stumme, L Tatro, R Amundson, O Johnson, N Sampson, G Schupanltz, J Martln, G Meyer, and F Shlpton SEASON'S RECORD Clenmont Opponents Clermont Opponents Randalia Monona Stanley West Unlon Ossian Randalia Waucana Elgln Stanley Natervllle McGrev McGregor Nlnthrop Osslan Monona Calmar Watervllle Postvllle COUNTY TOURNAMENT Randalia Alpha Maynard Fayette SEASON GAMES 4 Calmar Elgin SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT Hawkeye Randalia DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Elvln McGregor SUB-STATE TOURNAMENT Hudson TOTALS 139A AVERAGE LB I X ae-.EW We JE EN H v !!! !!! V I n 0 C , O 0 9 - - ' K. Tatro, K. Westpfahl, K. Amundson, G. Kittleson, C. Loftsgard, V. Loftsgard, 27 L2 L2 35 17 59 12 ' 3A 31 28 9 L5 28 , 28 . '23 zz, 28 ' 2b hh 20 19 ' ' 26 65 29 ,OP 30 59 28 b2 " 23 A7 g' 25 ' 11 55 31 39 30 30 35 ' 29 776 K ' A 33' - 26 mmsffgzssawzg 7M 2510? 'WW T3 SWPHSOVI J TaVl0I', R Slckow, MI' Moore R Suckow, E n stpf nl, 1 Fneelqnd Nlddle Row A Nelson D Johnson, D Gutcher O sh.yton, D Yauslln Front Row R Johnson W Olson 'z5'cwe6a!lS 'K ,ur Back ROW Mr Moore H Stumme, I Mander D Johnson O John on, R Martln, R Suckow, N Sampson I Tatro, D Y3US11U, Mr Lorber Vlddle Row R Suckow, N Cook, N Lofts ard, Anderson C Lofts ard, 0 Qhlpton, G Elde Y Gstnfahl, D Jutcher, Front Row ochnpanltv, G Klttleson K Andprson, G Neyer, K Amundson V Lofts Hard, F Shlpton, J Martin F Tatro, O Larson -V V xl 1 C -04 ai- JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL The 'BearcatsH enjoyed a successful season by winning eight of the nine games scheduled Their only loss was to Nest Union after defeatlng them threetimes in prevmous encounters In the Fayette County Tournament, the WBearcatsH defeated their flrst three opponents and then lost in the finals by three points Usually spotting the opponents helghth advantage, the boys overcame thls handicap by clever floor and ball handling The most thrilling game of the season was played against Postville game ended in a 21+ 23 overtime victory for Clement Donny Yauslin scored ll, polnts Postville tied the score 20 20 just before the end of the regulation playing time In the overtime, Donny made a free throw then dribbled through the Postvllle team and sank a close in shot to clinch the game The starting five consisted of O Shlpton, and D Yauslin, forwards, D Gutcher, center, D Johnson and A Nelson, guards Nelson is eligible for Jr High competltion again next year The following reserves on this year's team will be available to carry on in l9L,8 19149 W Olson, E Westpfahl, R Johnson, C Swenson, R Kneeland and S Taylor Raymond and Robert SICKOW, the freshman tw1ns, completed the personnel SEASON' S RECORD Clermont Opponents Clermont Opponents Elgin West Union Elgin COUNTY TOURNAMENT West Union Randalia West Union Wauccxna. Monona Oelwein West Union Maynard Postvzxlle TOTALS 351 2 Alpha AVERAGE 27 17 5 FALL BASEBALL Making use of the return of 8 regulars, the Coumandera racked up an en viable record of five wins on two loses The battery for the season was V Loftsgard, pitcher, and F Shlpton catcher The starting nine was Frankie Shlpton, Gerald Kittleson, Oran Shipton, Kenny Amundson, Gordie Meyer, Kenny Tatro, Buster Loftsgard, Kenny Anderson, and Carmen Loftsgard Games won Marquette, 6-5, Luana, 12 O, Wadena, 9 2, Randalia, A O Alpha, 12 1, Games lost lonona, 1 I+, and Ossian, 3-5 f--- N- .3-.QW A Vs ,, E E 5. x v ! - 1 ' I '-5 A 5 ,, ' . The ' 9 of theoteam. 25 10 23 28 35 ll 20 19 27 L 29 18 26 9 20 9 29 26 38 29 20 23 21+ ' 23 ---------- 2 9 35 13 """"" 0 o . , o I . 4 " FQ .- rms-Q-1.4 fi- .a.d L ,ja ff '. L., . '-JJAL ,'- E 1' n"f'?,, yn '-wi .. 1 ' 5f1U1.y3 2 -4'-1.5-':.i,'. 1 Z, 7' g e fi' ff 3550 ,.,,-f..L- ' .. A '.,.J -.zQ, .,.-N., Avg .49-. 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Whudddawe Thlrty three students came out for music this year Of these fifteen were boys and ei hteen were girls Our f1rst public appearance was at the Junior Class play when we sang Nwhen G andma Dancedn and Hlndlan Dawn N At the com unity vesper servlce on December 21 we Gave the cantatta HChr1st is Born N At the Music F8St1Va1 in Fayette we sang HRemember Now Thy WThe Jolly Fanmer N On Aprll 10 we went to the Prellmlnary State Music Contest Ne recelved a div1s1on I ratlng, WhlCh entitled us to enter the at Vinton on May l The chorus personnel is as follows SOPRANOS Amundson J Durscher Follett uraas H Doyle Westpfahl TENORS ftsgard Cook Cerner Tschantz Mlller Larson BASSES Kittleson Meyer Amundson Amundson Shipton Martln SOPRANOS ALTOS Loftsvard Creatorn at Postville State Contest ALTOS Kittleson Anderson uerner Olson M Jerdee Johnson Twenty four lrls volunteered for Glee Club this year They are as follows II SOPRANOS unds M Doyle Buraas Appelmall Follett Westpfahl Larson Westpfahl Franzen Kittleson Swenson Gerner Olson M Jerdee J Ehler Guyer Olson Johnson Anderson uefnel' J Durscher Mlller Tschantz K1St Gilbert 1:9 H W.:-E , E E 5. 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D. -f------ ------X' - V'-'V - ' S L0 0. 4 At the Junior Class play we sang UDawnN and WI Love Life W we sang these same numbers at the Music Festival and at the Preliminary state Contest held at Postville on xpril lO TRIO AND SEXTETTE For the sextette six girls were chosen from the glee club They were lst Sopranos Norene Anundson and Neva Jean Durscher, 2nd Sopranos Lorraine Kittleson and Lavonne Swenson, Altos Ruth Anderson and Helen Gerner 'xt the lusic Festival we sans 'Will o' the W1Sp" and "The Barn Dance For the contest we sane Hwnll o' the Wispn and WThree Blind Mice W At the Preliminary State Contest in Nest Union we received a division I rating which entitled us to go on to the next contest at Vinton The trio which was chosen a week before the Festival consisted of Norene Amundson, Lorraine Kittleson and Neva Jean Durscher They sanv HRa1nN d HThe Sleivhn at the Festival and were chosen as one of the numbers to appear on the special program on Saturday nivht At the Preliminary Contest they SOLOS Durinp the year, Helen Jerner, Lorralne Kittleson, LaVonne Swenson, Barbara Appelman, Evelvn Miller and Elsie Jerdee practiced piano solos cause only three could enter the contest three had to be eliminate The three chosen and the numbers they played are as follows Helen ,ernere-Malafuena by Lacuona Lorraine Kittleson Hunvary RhapsodybM1ynonne by Koillinv LaVonne Swenson Second Mazurka in B by odard Lorraine Kittleson and LaVonne Swenson received division II ratings Instrumental solos were played on the baritone by Vary Tschantz and on the cornet by Marilyn bollett Mary played HPastles in the Airn and Marilyn played HFun and Fancf Freev by Smith Both received division II ratings the Preliminary State Contest Vocal solos were suns by Norene Anundson Neva J Durscher and Donna Johnson Norene, in treble hivh, sang Elevie by Massenet and NHold Thou My Hand by Curran She received a division I rating at the contest an Vest Union which entitled her to go to the next contest at Vinton Donna, in medium h1Ph, sang HThe Prayer Perfectn by Stenson and won a division II ratin' Neva Jean, ln treble hivh, sane 'Were My Song Nith whnws Providedn by Hahn X X :ESQ 'zzz -4 -' ' S v l l 1 , ' - l 35' - QSF: , . . 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Mtyf., x.,,.,1. ,,,m. 5., x 1 . . A IL AL,...,n1: .SS Q - 3 ' yd, LJ ,fu Zh .' y s .M 'N . 1' . a " T' 'P' If A N ,acz ram: 1. Amuz,'o, M. Q 1 V W . n , . AO MG " 'W Q , ' -f Y Ll. 'JJ PQ 4 S 1 "fi: D. J 41 S A Ln Sn -L-'xx we 0 A -r ' r , ' P V " 7 AccJm?an-st: 11 1 n- ,.. V U 1: 1 . 1. n. 1 16. TT ,WO A M LJL.: 13 il 5 i I - , I Ei fi m Q 2 f +f Q . Q , . oi - 48 Q 'I fq : ' - 17 V- T7 ' 'T rw , Q. J: L. 1 , e -, .. , 1h 11936 ::r1 r. J, ., . 9 f 7' T 'J J nu' H nv' c,f.u .1 ag . .4 ,.. -4. .14 9 L 1 , g .0 '1 qv A A vw n , J. 1 va. , ' - J J.. 1 . I fu , ! uf 'r 7- A X1 nf, 1 I... . J 0 -1 f u LI' 0 Tv s L n v, X4 5' ve! is -4Qs QSB- gazed This year we started out with fourty-four members in the band. Of these, eighteen were grade school children who did not have much previous experience 1n band After a few hard practices, we were ready for our f1rst performance at the Sophomore Class play At the Christmas Vespers on December 21, we played an Overture, a. collectlon of Christmas carols A few members from the band were chosen to play in the pep band at base ball and later at basketball games All members of the band played in the Mass Band at the Music Festlval The two numbers played were "Washin ton Post March" and "Lustspiel Overture ' We are truly sorry to lose eleven members by graduat1on We feel that have come a long way th1s year and made much prozfress M M E N C E M E N T T I Monday, May 3- Senior Play O0 Saturday, May 8- Banquet and Prom Sunday, May 16- BACCALAUREATE SURVICE- OO Invocation Rev Bruce D Scrlpture Readingj Jones Cooney Rev R E Se mon Benedicti on R v A 0 Tuesday, May 18 SENIOR CLASS AND RECCIINITION NIGHT Wednesday, May 19 Thursday, May 20- Invocatlon Address Benedictlon Friday, May 21 EI HTH CRADE COMMENCEMENT HIJH QCHOOL COMMENCEMENT FINIS Report Cards Plcnics Rev 0 Bi shop Edwin Rev R E OO OO OO Nesset F ee Cooney I X A ar .Dv ' . we C O ' A C T I V I E S -------------- --- ----------- a ------ 8: P. 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M '. ,, Sifaxx 6 3 g X9 V xl 9 0. ak SPEECH Eight students be an their declamatory work in November under the direc- tion of Mrs Dean Desart The following selections were chosen Oratorical David Appelman Constitution Today Dramatic Evelyn Hiller Mickey's Marker Darlene Olson The White Cliffs of Dover Elsie Marie Jerdee The First Judas Humorous Marilyn Follett Meet Corliss Archer Mayvia Larson Getting Benchley Through School Interpretive Reading Neva Jean Durscher My Last Duchess Radio Speaking Ruth Anderson The Menace To Freedom Neva Jean Durscher Wake Up, Americans The home contest was held in the afternoon of January 20 in the Larrabee Auditorium Mrs Masser and Miss Vasby acted as judges Those receiving a superior rating participated in the Preliminary State Speech contest held in Clermont, February 16. Schools taking part were Elgin, Postville, and Clermont. Those receiving a superior rating were: Dramatic Elsie Marie Jerdee Radio Speaking Neva Jean Durscher Interpretive Reading Neva Jean Durscher David Appelman advanced to the Pre-District contest held March 3 at West Union. Eleven schools were represented. Elsie Marie Jerdee and David Appelman received division two ratings in their respective divisions. Neva Jean Durscher received a division one rating in Radio Speaking and represented the school in the District contest held March 16 at Northwood, Iowa. Here she received a Superior rating. Other schools represented in this division were: West Waterloo, Dubuque, Oelwein, and Cresco. She advanced to the State contest held April 17 in Boone. 'I X' 0 x A 5 5 5 Q - '- .W . ,M ',fiiE5 Hr -1-fi Y -gg, . - M 'Q A. 5 3 3' 1 . B Sf 'I fa P4 5? 'G f ,, ff X. - - 1 M4 L. .4 z Y t 4 9' 'UW 113 rw if ' Q mf X 1, .Vg ff 6 .R E it . ggi! B' , gf, EQNQY- 1fX6W"' I X !.'l',u i 9-. "Q? 4 '55 , W i'9,M f - 1. . 4.3. !',.' fi QQ' V Q Q S ig 1 if .Q i ux L: f ,W .Ag aff' W ' 3? vv xl Q 04 QQ SENIOR CLASS PLAY The Seniors chose UA Case of Sprin1t1me,W a three act comedy, for thelr class play and presented lt, under the dlT9Ct1OD of Mrs DeSart, on April 30 1n the gymnasium The cast of characters are as follows Bob Parker Mr Parker Mrs Parker Betty Parker D1Cki9 Parker Joan Abernaker Eddie Louella Mr Abernaker Mrs B unswlckj Mrs James I Mrs Hill Plalnclothes Man Miss Bright Bob 18 in love with that Joan is falling for up magic and presented a Who is on a spot father H s mother s sister The kid brother e principal's daughter Her brother The Parker's mald e hlgh school princlpal O the P T A The law' From the zoo Case of Sprdngtime Franklin Shipton Millard Nelson Ruth Anderson Norene Amundson Canmen Loftsgard Neva Jean Durscher Vernon Loftsgard Betty Suckow James Hartln Hazel Entwisle Helen Garner Irene Uedo Gordon Meyer Eileene Weds Joan, the Principal's dau hter, but lt seems a college man To impress her, Bob has taken program before the assembly However, his trick of 'sawing a w man ln half,W whlch happened to be Joan, failed and he's practlcally suspected of attempted homicide Tb make matters worse, the formal coat borrowed by Joan from her father, was mistakenly dyed a bright yellow Hr Abernaker is furious -md threatens to take drastic measures to prevent any more nonsense with the kid brother's help, Bob manages to vet 1nto more trouble when the P T A ladies come to v1sit and walk into a series of booby traps set for Joan and her Ncollege man W The peak 18 reached when nthe lawn canes to get Bob and arrest him for stealing from the zoo the rabbits he uses for h1S m8g1C Thlngs take a sudden and dellghtful turn when H188 Brlght explains the rabbits which are really valuable chlnchilla, were lost and Bob did them a great favor by taking such good care of than and raising a litter which he can sell and pay off the damages done to Hr Abernaker and the P T A ladies e best part of the turn of events is that Joan gives up her college man to become 'sort of engagedn to Bob -f----- x- QWHVS ,E E5 "- I", 'ls M fi . 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B A . . . . . , , O O O 1 I Th VV 'lg tll' 0. .tx JUNIOR CLASS PLAY The Junlor class presented under the d1rect1on of Mrs Dean DeSart, the mystery comedy UThe Skelton Walks N on Dctober 31 The cast of characters are as follows Dr Harold F6P31P A mysterious physlclan Davld Appelman Elaine Blalr An attractlve voun lady Mary Tschantz Mrs Madge Embrey The mother Lorraine Klttleson Bobby Embrey Her son Daryl Sampson Kathleen fKl!1kS, Dnbrey Hls sister lor1a Buraas Anne Rowell A cousln of Ela1ne's Darlene Olson Mrs Ellza Hubbard Dr FersiU's housekeeper Jerald Schupanltz Ollie Hubbard Her deaf and dumb son Sylvia Juyer Mrs Lllla Donahue A nelghbor of Dr Fersl 's LaVonne Swenson The Skeleton Nalks Elalne Blalr becomes heir to an old house situated on an lsland When Elalne, her lawyer flance, and the Embrey famlly come to look over the place they flnd lt 1n the possesslon of a mysterlous phyS1C18n, Dr Ferslg, h1s s1n1ster housekeeper, and her deaf mute son Both Elalne and Dr F9PS1g know money is secreted somewhere on the premises and both are detennlned to flnd it DuP1H7 the Hlyht strange thinvs happen A skeleton walks throuvh the house, Elalne disappears and Bull makes a startllng dlscovery, a box of precious diamonds and money hidden ln the flreplace As lt turns out Dr FSPSlg obtained the house and diamonds dishonestly Mrs Hubbard turns out to be a well known detective and Ullle h1s wlfe It all has a happy ending as Dr Fersiv 18 sent to th penitentlary and Elaine becomes owner of the house and money -1 x- aWnWi-. .41-' ESL V- -', . , . . 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Bill Clayton Elaine's fiance Roger Amundson o " . .,.. . o . , e VV' 'la ll' 04 QQ SOPHCMORE CLASS PLAY The Sophomore Class chose as their play the comedy Grandad Meets A Pal' and presented it under the direction of Mrs Dean DeSart, October 3 1U the High School Gymnasium The cast of characters in order of appearance, are as follows Angie The Maid Joan Jerner Betty Shadduck Mrs Morton's niece Barbara Appehman Jack Norwood Betty's boy friend Kenneth Anderson Grandad Mrs Morton's father Howard Stumme Horatious Xenophone Hooley A hobo Gene Anderson Mrs Victoria Harrlngton A social leader Elsie Marie Jerdee Della Harrington Her man crazy daughter Ardes Olson Klp Shadduck Betty's younger slster Marllyn Olson Jane Woods K1p's girl friend Donna Johnson Miss Drusilla Dobblns An old maid Minnle Kist Kelly A police offlcer Leslle Pulfer Grogan Another policeman Wendell Loftsgard Grandad Meets A Pal orandad makes the acquaintance of a hobo and while Mrs Morton 15 at the statlon to meet a distinguished guest, Mrs Harrington, Grandad's new pal canes to talk over a scheme to make a million dollars by inventing a rat trap The tramp, Horatlous Hooley, persuades randad to draw his savings out of the bank to flnance the venture Prandad is not strong enough to walk to the bank so he exchan es clothes with Hooley so that Hooley can impersonate him and get the money In the meantime the guest arrives by car instead of train and is amazed at Grandad's appearance The tramp returns and takes everythlng he can find, includlng the vuest's purse, watch, ring, and money Not realizing these are two men the guest thinks Grandad is the thief A policeman arr1ves in tlme to prevent Hooley from escaplng as the whole house is to be quarantlned because Hooley has been exposed to smallpox With Grandad's help, Hooley tries to escape, once wearing a nlghtgown of Dru silla Dobbins The smallpox case turns out to be a case of rash and the quar antine is llfted They search Hooley and find none of the stolen art1cles on him Then Angie finds them in the rat trap which brings down the house, netting Angie a neat sum and ending the play I X ai A 5 4 E E 5. ." - - ", I ll: ::: Il I ' 9 Mrs. Laura Morton A pleasant w man of forty Marilyn Follett f4mumZ Staff Jrx 0 30,1 Y Ylpva Dumrher, Ehleere Je-do isle Jervee, lim. 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Alpha year cr unty basketball league were as BOYS GIRLS Won Lost Won Lo Clermont boys won the league crown for the second consecuttve Stanley gurls replace Hawkeye as wmner ol ca-own from last Kill' cbs! my 11" Nexa lean lluraaher W :nw In lhstnct Speeth luntest .1 tan Du 4 ill ln Ill L X i K 1 l X L I llc n 2, X9 6X w- K X Q9 Q99 X' x 'Oc' 5.5 QOQQ5 0 Wxxxx x t O X - 8 All 95 0 co Nsb 9 x TTXNNOY- X 0 Q39 v SOUVW Q IR PROGRAM GIRLS BASKETBALL SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT Sponsonnl lw lmla klnll HUJ1 S howl -Krhltuo l mm FEBRUARY 4 5 6 7 HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM RIDGEWAY IOWA 'Rf . f . . I .cm- U 5 . ' u ,Q I 0 . 1 1. F u c. . fu Q!! ,o-1 x 5 1 . PM N 'V . 'Q vp , nd ,v as- ,Q f s 5.0 A 4 Q f' vw A .4 -Q' 'sk f ,- N. vu V 1 1-,A K.. gyfgfgxxw NX ff, f I? 1 KE ilgfigs iw. ww I fSMmfz f A Eiga M - Ks: .. 5 1 nr 1. Us-A A E335 flf N ff QM!! Y ,fd if , 'ii' 7 ' ' 'I -hTf3":':,. R ff!! X i 7 ggi!! fx! 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