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TOP ROW-John Hart, Gilbert Hansen, Bill Cummings. Jack Fry, Jim Geater, Roger Harrison,
BOTTOM ROW-Clyde Trinder, Eunice Newendyke, Ruth Wutzke, Donna Davis, Darlyne
Barnes, Jimmy Anderson.
One of the most active groups of V. ll. S. is the Student lfouueil. This group was responsible for niany of the school activi-
ties during: the year. including the Christmas Dance and many record dances. A very popular spot at the haskethall games
was the stand in the lower hall where popcorn, eokes and apples were sold hy the Student Council. The proceeds from the dances and
the food stand were used to purchase a reeord player and loud speaker system which added much to the record dances, and bene-
fited the school as a whole. The Christmas s mirit was increased hy the carols rinwing: out throuffh the halls before classes in the
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inorningr. at noon. and atter sehool. troiu records played hy Student Council nieluhers.
President of the Student Council this year was tlilhert llansen and Seeretary-treasurer was Dona Davis. XVe feel that We
owe a lot to these, our representatives. and to our sponsor. Mr. BlacAllister for the work they did this year.
Purple and Gold
BOTTOM ROW-Nancy Markland, Eva Oren, Bonnie Brundidge, Loretta Abernathey, Julia Schoonover,
Marge Byam, Marian Daily, Donna Garlick, Helen Kofoed, Barbara Heath.
SECOND ROW-Mickie Dexter, Mary Ward, Joyce Steepleton, Lois Wilson, Lorna Belle Kohl, Rose-
marie Werning, Lucille Anderson, Marilyn Ullerich, Evelyn Forsyth, Joyce Uthoff, Marie Ullerich, Bonnie
Hull, Glenda Abbott, Darlyne Barnes, Miss Mcllrath.
TOP ROW-Yvonne McCandless, Lola Lewis, Patricia Kray, Ann Goodell, Dean Ervin, Bill Guenther,
Marilyn Gulick, Rhodabelle Klopping, Kathryn Hains, Jack Fry.
You've heard the expression "verse or worse." This applies to some of the poems that appeared in the announeements oon-
cerning the l'. SL ll. But-in spite of this all students eagerly anticipated the day the l'. SL. li. is on sale. The school paper is
published every two weeks and is conf-erned with all the happenings of V. H. S. l'rohahly the page that everyone reads first is
the last page which eontains the gossip. The paper contains approximately six pages and sells for five cents a eopy. The staff
was eapahly directed hy liarhara lleath as editor and l.ois lVilson as Junior assistant editor. Lois will automatically heoonie edi-
tor next year. Miss Tliornton was in 1-hargre of editing and Bliss Blellrath supervised production. All typing was done hy the
senior Commereial girls.
TOP ROW-Roger Bassett, Clyde Trinder, Terry Tyrrell, Gilbert Hansen, Delbert Selken.
Fred Hite. Kent Stuftlebeam, James Tuttle, Jim Downs, Wayne Wieditz.
SECOND ROW--Nancy Lauzon, Loretta Abernathey, Joyce Steepleton. Ruth Brickley, Julia
Schoonover. Dondaleen Schlotfelt, Lucille Anderson, Pat Register, Miss Knipfer.
BOTTOM ROW-Mickie Dexter, Mary Ward, Dona Wilson, Rosemarie Werning, Marie Uller-
ich, Yvonne McCandless, Barbara Heath, Marilyn Ullerich.
As you wonllerell past the eheniistry lah hetween four ancl five on any night from Nxmvelnhel' to April you found five or six
ineinhers of the Arrow Staff busily planning. eutting, pasting and arrang'ingr. Xaney and Roger as editors-in-chief clicl most
of the planning as well as helping with the aetual make-up, The two Pats- eliegister and Kray were the inain mounting editors
anil most of the hunrlrerls of pictures were rut aiul pasted hy them. Blarie and Marilyn l'llerieh helpecl with this work until they
starteml working: at the eourt house.
The big question in the minrls oi' the whole staff. espeeially the husiness managers was: NVill we make enough money to pay
expenses? Selling: eancly liars at games. a henefit show anrl a food hooth at the hasket hall tournament helped a lot.
6. A. A.
TOP ROW-Joann Alpers, Nadine Robbins, Leona Hummel, Betty Bridge, Lois Campbell, Barbara Heath,
Glenvs Hanneman. Helen Epperson, Beverly Schlotfelt, Coleen Long, Donna Wilson, Miss Hoyt.
SECOND ROW-Bonnie Brundidge, Betty Smetzer, Mickie Dexter, Dondaleen Schlotfelt, Julia Schoon-
over. Marjorie Bvam, Ruth Brickley, Delores Kelly, Bonnye Selken, Joan Matters, Nancy Lauzon.
BOTTOM ROW-Beth Wilson, Alberta Demmel, Mary Ward, Joyce Steepleton, Virginia Colston, Steph-
anie Lauzon, Nancy Markland, Donna Garlick, Marian Daily.
The li. A. A., meaning Girls' Athletic Association, is a very active organization at V. ll. S. To become a niembei' a girl
must earn 150 points. To become eligible for a letter she must earn 500 points and a stripe is awarded for each additional 150
points. After 1000 points are earned a star is given. This year the ti. A. A. sponsored an all-star basketball game. Eighteen
girls from all four classes were chosen and they were divided equally into two teams. The Dribbes and Hot Shots.
At the completion of the school year there is initiation for new girls and then the annual banquet where the awards are
presented. This year's sponsor is Mrs. Mason, girls physical education director. The officers elected this year were Mary VVard.
president, Nan:-y Markland, vice president, Dondaleen Schlotfelt, seeretarygJ1llia Schoonover, Treasurer, and Joyce Steepleton.
BOTTOM ROW--Jerry Peterson, Gilbert Hansen, Bill Cummings, Jack Fry, Jack Wayson, Don Dickson.
SECOND ROW-Don Dill, Clifford Schoonover, Jim Downs, Maurice Whitson, Jim Richart, Kent Stuf-
flebeam, Roger Harrison.
TOP ROW-Jim Kirk, Duane Wiese, Norman Landgrebe, Ralph Knaack, Wayne Wieditz, Mr. Reed.
After being' inactive for a number of years the V Club was newly organized this year under the supervision of Coach John
Reed. During' the year the V Club initiated new members into the club. The boys were to wear girls clothes to school for one
day. On the evening of that day ceremonies were held in the Home Economics room. This ceremony consisted of the swearing
in of the new members and a token of remembrance from the old members, a whack with a paddle. Refreshments were served
The V Club elected Gilbert Hansen as their president and he was assisted by Jim Kirk, who was vice president. Roger Har-
rison was elected as secretary and treasurer.
At the present time the club has twenty active members. NVe seniors leaving: this year sincerely hope the club will continue
to grow and remain an active and powerful organization.
TOP ROW-Eric Skoog. Wayne Neve, Don
Neve, Orville Trimble, Jim Cross, Keith Gul-
ick, Harvey Schoonover, Jim Kearns.
SECOND ROW-John Anderson, Don Eld-
ridge, Dale Mills, Roaul McCoy. Max Noeller,
Delbert Mehlert, Dick Rogers, Charles Bruch,
BOTTOM ROW--Robert Donley, Dale Hoefle,
Duane Long, Jerry Schutterle, Clarence
Brant, Leland Floyd, Wayne Flickinger, Jim
TOP ROW-Harold Schutterlee, Dale Can-
tonwine, Lyle Fuehrer, Ray Williams,
Wilbert Henkel, Terry Tyrrell, Don Geater.
VVayne Wieditz, Duane Cree.
BOTTOM ROW-Robert Eldridge, Duane
Weise, Richard Peterson, Wilbert Mehlert,
Don Dill, Dale Sutton, Don Merchant, Don
Mayhew, Clarence Sallee.
BOTTOM ROW-Eleanor Hayes, Barbara Norris, Janet Tobin, Jean Rowerdink, Rosemarie Haack, Eunice
Newendyke, Carol Anderson, Doris Schrader, Irene Shatto, Lucy Sellers, Louise Wenner, Roger Smalley.
SECOND ROW-Delores Burtnett, Nancy Markland, Stephanie Lauzon, Anne Rapp, Ellen Wiesner, Marlene
Wutzke, Suzanne Karr, Beth Wilson, Nola Woodford, Loretta Abernathey, Sherry Wright, Kathryn Hains,
Joyce Steepleton, Ruth Brickley, Darlyne Barnes, Jo Anne Gordon, Miss Thornton.
TOP ROW-Jim Bordewick, Vern Parmater. Don Svejda, Jerry Steepleton, Willis Hansen, Kent Stufflebeam,
Don Dickson, Jack Kondora, George Guenther, Joe Brown, Keith Ervin, Fred Kenney, Claire Moelk.
The noise you've heard, coming from rooni lilo is just the Latin Class raising their little voices to sing their lesson. At the
beginning of the school year the liatin Club initiated the new inenihers. They torined a chain gang and went through the
theater and other business establishments. Everyone had lots of fun even the slaves! The Spanish Club has tive nieinhers who
will form the nueleus of what is hoped to he a large eluh next year year.
For funds the eluh sponsored the Sweetheart's dance in which Iioretta Ahernathey was crowned Queen and Mary XVard
and llarhara Heath were Ladies in VVaiting. They donated some of their money to the Arrow Staff and hope to buy membership
pins with the remainder. The Latin and Spanish Cluh nieinhers eorresponded with students in Spain and other countries to
help them ohtain a hetter understanding of foreign civilization. Miss liueille Thornton is the sponsor of these eluhs and has done
a splendid joh in getting them started.
BOTTOM ROW-Yvonne McCandless, Bonnie Brundidge, Dorothy Geater, Donna Burkey, Eva Oren, Nancy
Markland, Betty Smetzer, Norma Wood, Katherine Hessenius, Marlys Tyler, Suzanne Karr.
SECOND ROW-Alberta Demmel, Bonnye Selken, Lorna Belle Kohl, Darlene Geiger, Patricia Kray, Eve-
lyn Downs, Leona Hummel, Lucille Anderson, Dawn McElroy, Jean Abernathey, Helen Rinker, Marie Gimm,
TOP ROW-Bonnie Hull, Lucy Sellers, Pat Selk, lla Mae Price, Leah Covington, Ramona Smith, Nadine
Robbins, Lois Wilson, Ann Goodell, Norma Jean Stickney, Helen Epperson, Virginia Glandorf.
This year Bliss Sylvia linipfer made some changes in arrangrenient of the library. things that have really improved the study
hall. ln the fall and spring there were flowers on the tables. A raek was inade for the magazines which helps keep thein straight
and in good condition. A systein was also used that helped keep the magazines in the study hall. Each student was required to
cheek a magazine out before taking it to the library table. Vllhen he had finished with it he checked it back in.
The officers of the library club are: President, Nancy Blarklandg Vice president, Yvonne McCandlessg Secretary-treasurer,
Several times during the year boxes of books have come from the Traveling Library in Des lloines. These. with the new li-
brary books that have been added, have made it possible for everyone to find the readable book that his fancy chooses.
The library club, especially Virginia fllandorf as Secretary-Theasurer, deserves a lot of credit for keeping' the library neat
and in good condition.
F. B. L. A. Club
TOP ROW--Marie Ullerich, Marilyn Gulick, Marilyn Ullerich, Ila Mae Price, Bonnie Brundidge, Carol
Bassett, Alberta Derrxmel, Helen Epperson.
SECOND ROW-Norma Jean Stickney, Virginia Colston, Lola Lewis, Ann Goodell, Lois Wilson, Pat
Parmater, Della Wheeler, Iva Lee Abbott, Miss Mcllrath.
BOTTOM ROW-Mickie Dexter, Mary Ward, Helen Kofoed, Marian Daily, Donna Garlick, Julia Schoon-
over, Pat Register, Rosemarie Werning, JoAnn Haefner.
The Vinton vhapter of the national organization of the Future Business Leaders of Aim-riva has thirty-five nleluhvrs. lt is
an organization of husiness students and is sponsored hy the National Count-il for Business Education.
This year the vluh attended the sales clinic ht-re and the state convention at Cedar Falls. These girls do stenograpllic work
for different people in the community and the training they are lwlceiviilgx will fit llltllll for the johs they will hold after they have
The offivers of the junior vonnuereial vluh are Janelle Peterson. President, l'll'lll2l Doyel, Viv-e-President, and Ann Goodall,
Secretary-'l'rez1surer. The senior officers are Mickie Dexter, l'1"c1sids-nt,Mary NVard, Vive-President, and Marie llllerivh, Sev-
BOTTOM ROW-Jack Fry, Dean Ervin, Clifford Schoonover, George Bradstream, Clyde
Dickson, Terry Tyrrell, Wayne Wieditz, Jim Tuttle, Jack Wayson.
SECOND ROW-Don Dill, Ralph Knaack, Bob Kimm, John Anderson, Wayne Flickinger,
George Guenther, Jack Fowler, Leland Haack.
TOP ROW-Bill Guenther, Clarence Sallee, Roger Bassett, Ann Goodell, Eva Oren, Suzanne
Heath, Patricia Kray, Lee Davis, Bill Cummings, Marlin Scheib.
lleyf You there with the gun! XVhat are you doing? Nvllklli Going' to a Science iilllll lllt'0fll1Hi NY
Hlfllllillllgl' the meeting: and Mr. Rector is griviiigr you instructions on how to handle guns when llllllllllg
Them hetween hunting' seasons. Saye-thaf's a good idea. lYhai else do you do at those n1eefing'sY Y
.l:lllllN on conservation. That's nive! lVhat? There is also knitting' forthe girls. lVhy l, woulcln't mind he
someone feavh nie how to finangle Those needles.
lVhat else do you have? ls that a fart? Next year they llope To have more elluipinent and can go 1
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TOP ROW-Duane Cree, Roger Bassett, Dean Ervin, Jack Fry, Gilbert Hansen, Roger Harrison.
MIDDLE ROW-Leland Haack, Marilyn Ullerich, Nancy Markland, Marie Ullerich, Bill Guenther.
BOTTOM ROW-Ann Goodell, Lois Wilson, Barbara Heath, Yvonne McCandless, Lorretta Abernathey,
It's really an honor to beeonie a nieuiber of this club and nieuibership is small because of tl1e qualifications to be fulfilled
before becoming a member. They are based on Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service.
Six new nieinbers were chosen from the junior class and eight new nienibers were chosen froin the Senior Class this year.
The juniors were: Anne Goodell, Lois VVils0n, Nancy Blarkland, Roger Harrison, Dean Ervin. and Jack Fry. The new seniors
were: Yvonne McCandless, Patricia Kray, Loretta Abernathey, Marie and Marilyn Ullerich, Barbara Heath, Roger Bassett, and
Gilbert Hansen. Initiation serviees were in charge of Leland Haaek, Duane Cree and Bill Guenther who were chosen last year.
Miss Adela Viloolverton is the sponsor of this club. The nieinbers prize their pins because of what they mean to them and to
those who recognize the standards of achievement the pins represent.
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TOP ROW--Fred Hite, Kent Stufflebeam, Ralph Knaack, Richard Williams, Bill Guenther,'Oren Corbett
BOTTOM ROW-Jean Langham, Marian Daily, Julia Schoonover, Barbara Heath, Patricia Kray, Vir-
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The story concerns a ten thousand dollar mortgage which falls due on the Reyleafs house and the Elixer of Youth, invented
by the professor, which seems to have changed an old dog into a young puppy and a middle aged general into a crying infant.
Many complications arise before the problems are solved so everyone can "live happily ever after."
THE CAST-Kent Stufflebeam, Prof. Reylcag Barbara Heath, Auntieg Bill Guenther, Philip Stantong Virginia Colston,
Sylvia Reyleag Marion Daily, Mrs. Vivvertg Jean Langham, Marcella Burbeckg Fred Hite, General Henry Burbeckg Patricia Kray,
Lucille Nortong Richard W'illiams, Sheriff Johnsong Ralph Knaaek, Deputy Sheriff.
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FRONT ROW-Don Dickson, Roger Harrison, Jack Wayson, Jack Fry, Gilbert Hansen, Maurice
SECOND ROW-Roger Smalley, Bill Guenther, Tom Lynch, Terry Tyrrell, Jack Roster, Coach
BACK ROW-Ralph Knaack, Duane Belknap, Dean Ervin, Marlin Scheib, Leland Haack.
lVhen basketball season opened. twenty boys turned out to gfreet their new Coach, Charles Kuchan. The boys and the coach
worked hard and when tournament time came around they beat La Porte in the sectional to win the crown of the Class A schools.
After defeating La Porte they went to Waterloo to participate in the district tournament and defeated Grundy Center-52 to 38
giving' them a place in the Sub. State. In the Sub. State they were defeated by Reinbeck, 51 to 30.
The Blue-Jays played 21 games and averaged about 43 points per game. High scoring honors went to Jack Fry, the Purple
pivotnian, who netted 222 points for the season. VVaysou, guard, made 189 points to take second place and Hansen, forward,
made 144 points to take third place. The Vinton ball club outscored their opponents making 870 points to their opponents 847.
Of the 18 scheduled games of the season Vinton won 6.
TOP ROW-Hugh McElroy, Bob Kimm, Millard Smock, Harold Cassons, Milton Schieb, Philip Gus-
tafson, Roy Stiegelmeyer, Coach Reed.
MIDDLE ROW-Ralph Kofoed, Jerry Steepleton, Don Svedja, Roger Johnson, Tom Gallaher, George
Guenther, Willis Hansen, John Anderson.
BOTTOM ROW-Jim Bordewick, Junior Lynk, Vern Parmater, Francis Kelly, Joe Brown, Harold
Merchant, Jim Geater, Jim Roster.
At the close of the football season youthful minds turned to basketball and forty boys reported to Coach John Reed for prac-
tice. The "Little Blilejaysw played sixteen games and won eight, four of which were eonference games. The team, for the season,
scored 411 points to their opponents 401 points.
For the "Little Jays" scoring honors went to -lim Roster, sharp shooting forward who banged home 171 points for tl1e
season. Following! him are four regulars, Francis Clfatj Kelly with 53, Jim Geater with 50, Vern Parmater with 48 and Harold
Merchant with 38. Junior Lynk. reserve forward was sixth highest with 22 points.
Results of the games are as follows:
Vinton Opponents Vinton Opponents Vinton Opponents
17 La Porte 16 41 Teachers High 15 29 Independence 23
21 Manchester 19 22 Dysart 23 22 Marion 27
24 Belle Plaine 35 31 Belle Plaine 34 28 La Porte 18
42 Maquoketa 13 33 Marion 40 20 Tipton 37
25 Independence 30 15 Dysart 13 25 Anamosa 17
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BOTTOM ROW-Jim Richart, Jim Downs, Bill Cummings, Don Dickson, Roger Harrison, Don Dill, Jerry
Peterson, Roger Smalley.
SECOND ROW-Roy Stiegelmeyer, Gilbert Hansen, Clifford Schoonover, Tom Hanna, Kent Stufflebeam,
Fred Hite, Ralph Knaack, Wayne Wieditz, Vern Parmater.
THIRD ROW-Coach Reed, Ralph Kofoed, Charles Bruch, Jack Fowler, Harold Merchant, Jack Wayson,
Richard Peterson, Jerry Steepleton, Duane Wiese, Don Svejda, Francis Kelly.
FOURTH ROW-Duane Belknap, Willis Hansen, Harvey Schoonover, Harold Rector, Harold Cassens,
Kenneth Niewoehner, John Anderson, Marshal Ferguson, Jim Bordewick, Bob Eastman, Coach Kuchan.
TOP ROW-Robert Van Scoy, Fred Kenney, Max Noeller, Bob Kimm, Milton Sheib, Jim Cross, Millard
As the 1948 football season opened, 51 football minded boys reported for practice. The first week was used for condition-
ing, but the eager boys, soon issued equipment, banged each other around. Under their new coach, John Reed, the boys traded
the "T" formation for the powerful single wing formation. As the season went on the boys became accustomed to this forma-
tion improved very much.
As for the scoring the Jay's were on the bottom side. They met S opponents who scored 157 points against them while the
brave purple lads scored but 32 points. The purple gridders lost their first 5 games but ended the season with three straight
Vinton 0, Traer 12, Vinton O, Maquoketa 39, Vinton 0, Independence 24, Vinton 0, Marion 435 Vinton 6, Monticello 325 Vinton
6, Manchester 05 Vinton T, Belle Plaine 0, Vinton lil, Anamosa T.
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Keith Ervin. Marlin Scheib.
MIDDLE ROW-Harold Cassens, Ralph Lair, Torn Gallaher, Joe Brown, Jerrry Steepleton, Francis
kelly, Donald Svedja, Vern Parmater.
BOTTOM ROW-Roger Bassett, Kent Stufflebeam, Jim Kirk, Norman Landgrebe, Jack Fowler, Duane
Wiese, Harold Merchant.
Early track work outs began inside- with emphasis put on conditioning: of the thirty-six aspirants who reported. The late
coniing of spring and later snow hampered outside activities to a great degree hut running was done on the sidewalks of Vinton
in the southwest section of the town.
The first showing of the boys was at lVest Wate1'loo in a pre-season scrinnnage. One first was grarnered and many seconds
thirds, and fourths. Sixteen hoys attended this affair. The next nieet was the Marion Relays on April l6. This meet was can-
celled because of snow. Other events which the hoys are scheduled to attend are the Teachers llc-lay, Charles City Relays, VVaMac
Conference Track Meet, Grinnell Relays, and of course, the Vinton Relays. Track is a sport for the individual. Only the gift
of nature and the will to he a winner can produce a victor.
BOTTOM ROW-Fred Hite, Maurice Whitson, Richard Darland, Carol Lynk, Jim Geater, Tom Lynch,
Art Rollinson, Clyde Trinder.
TOP ROW-Dale Franklin. managerg Jim Downs, Duane Belknap, Richard Williams, Jack Fry, Jack
Vilayson, Bill Guenther, Don Dill, Coach Kuchan.
Shortly after basketball had inade its final bow, the gym at V, ll, S. responded to the pop of baseballs being hurled into
leather gloves and mitts. Arms were loosened up slowly at first in hope the weather would clear rapidly for outside work. As
soon as it was possible for ground work. sessions were spent on hitting, fielding, and running. In the opening game with Shells-
hurg, we found Art Rollinson on the mound later to be relieved by Duane Belknap. NVhen the last score was tallied the op-
ponent had 16 and Vinton 0. The next game with La Porte was a replica of the first one with a score again of 20 to 0.
Baseball at V. ll. is new and it will take time to build a teani. A good schedule is built up for the remainder of the
year and promises a lot of action for Coal-h Kuchan's boys.
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Junior High Basketball
FRONT ROW-Wendy Oliver, Vernon Bascom, Vernon Brickley, Roger Miller, David Gallaher, Whel-
an Koontz, Don Martin, Ned Albert.
BACK ROW-Coach Rowe, Ronnie Dowd, Dick Meyers, Keith Blacksmith, John Edwards, Ralph
Schlarbaurn, Carlos Sauers.
The Vinton Junior High School basketball team finished their sixth suceessful season with a record of ti games won and 5
lost. This past season saw the junior hig'h's winning streak come to an end at the hands of the strong' Van Horne team.
In the county tournament, the Vinton boys reached the finals only to lose out once again to Van Horne by the score of 32 to
24. Ten of the first twelve boys will move on to high school next year. Dick Myers was the leading scorer for the season with a
total ot' 115 points.
Seasons scores-Vinton 17, Van Horne 155 Vinton 26, La Porte City 135 Vinton 2-1, Belle Plaine 7, Vinton 15, Van Horne 30,
Vinton 28, Belle Plaine 9, Vinton 16, La Porte City 22, Vinton 12,Van Horne 30, Vinton 20, Van Horne 28.
County Tournanient-Vinton 53, Newhall 15, Vinton 25, Belle Plaine 15, Vinton 21, Van Horne 32.
Jr. High Football
TOP ROW-Randall Mahurin, Don Moody, Bob Allshouse, Jim Peterson, Dave Gallaher, Ralph
SECOND ROW-Jerry Duncklee, John Hamilton, Ronnie Dowd, Jack Kenny, Dick Meyers,
THIRD ROW-Mr. Baxter, Roger Johnson, Dean Kenny, Keith Blacksmith, John Edwards,
BOTTOM ROW-Eugene Long, Larry Michael, Jim Mahurin, Edward Thompson, Carlos Sauers,
Ned Alberts, CMgr.j
NVith a relatively easy victory over Manchester Il-L-7 on the home field the Vinton junior high football team concluded its
season undefeated and untied for the second consecutive year. A five game schedule comprised the season with victories over
the following schools, Independence 13-0, Belle Plaine, 28-05 Belle Plaine there 46-0, Independence there 13-7, and the prev-
iously mentioned Manchester soore 34-7.
A happy experience to be remembered was the dinner given by the Lions Club of Vinton in the Legion Hall. This was the
first time a junior high football team had been so honored. We all felt it was a great gridiron year and are anxiously await-
ing the approach of next fall to resume where we left off last November.
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Chamber oi Commerce ----- Vinton,
Alcorn 85 Farmer Farm Supply
Allen 85 Meyers Printing
Bassett Welding Co.
Ben Franklin Store
Benton County Bank 85 Trust
Bader 85 Schuman Shell Ser.
Benton County Farm Bureau
Benton Co. Farm Service Co.
Benton County Finance
Bickel 85 Cope
Bills 85 Son
Borden's Ice Cream
Budd Insurance Co.
Buster's Shoe Shop
Cambier 85 Van Wechel
Cameron Clothing Co.
Carlson, G. A.
Cedar Valley Daily Times
Coast to Coast Store
Conoco Tank 85 Oil Station
Culligan Water Softener
Deal With Davis Imp.
Dowden, Dr. E. H.
East End Barber Shop
Ehlinger Plumbing Co.
Ellis-McDowell Lumber Co.
Elson, Dr. R. E.
Ervin Motor Co.
Farmers Grain 85 Co-op.
Farmers Sales 85 Service
Fareway Stores, Inc.
Fry 85 Holland
First Ave. Flower Shop
Fourth Street Cleaners
Froning Coal 85 Grain Co.
Glen Beresford, Conoco Tank
Griffin Radio Service
Hall, M. A.
Bob Harder Tax Service
Hibbs, Dr. David
Hite Electric Shop
Hoefle, Dr. U. H.
Hotel Coffee Shop
Iowa Electric Light 85 Power
Jack Sprat Store
J oe's Cafe
Jeager's Service Station
Johnson Tire Shop
Keifer's Sport Shop
Knaack Insurance Agency
Knupp 85 Sons
Koontz, Dr. Lyle
Kurtz, Dr. A. W.
LaGrange Drug Store
Lane, Don, Jeweler
Lawrence Goodyear Store
Macnamara Beer Parlor
McVey Feed Store
Mahood's Shoe Store
Maid-Rite Sandwich Shop
Martin, W. D.
Merchant's Sales Barn
Merchant's Motor Co.
Mick's Electric Shop
Minn. Valley Canning Co.
McAndrews Lime 85 Rock Cc.
Milroy, J. H.
Mossman 85 Mossman
Muhl-Coffing Lumber Co.
Mullane, J. P.
Nick Gavalas Appliance
Northwestern Bell Telephone
Official Service Station
Palace Coffee Shop
Penny, J. C. Store
R 85 S Department Store
R. E. A. Co.
Rector Ins. Agency
Reed's Vault Co.
Richart's Locker Plant
Robison Barber Shop
Roth's Implement Co.
Sanitary Farm Dairy
Shreeves 85 Francis
Siegel Motor Co.
Skelly Tank 85 Oil Station
Standard Oil Co.
State Bank of Vinton
Spicher 85 Richardson
Thompson Feed Store
Tobin 85 Bordewick
Vinton Bus Line
Vinton Farmers Supply Co
Vinton Hybrid Co.
Vinton Ice Cream Bar p
Vinton Lumber Co.
Vinton Motor Supply
Vinton Welding Co.
Waterloo Laundry Co.
Walter Repair Shop
Westphal, Dr. V. L.
R. W. QMinJ Williamson
Warner's Phillip Station
Winsor Oil Co.
Woodford Barber Shop
Woodhouse, Dr. G. R.
Wright's Drug Store
Wilson 85 Wilson
Wiliam Bendull 85 Sons
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