Yankton High School - Arickara Yearbook (Yankton, SD)

 - Class of 1944

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My , j M' ww KW' s ' lb W' O X 1444 Jack Donahue Jackson Vim Vxgor and Vimmen Student Council ys Y Club l 2 3 Pres 4 Foot 3 Clas pr Arxckara Chief 4 Seven Keys to Bald p e 3 l Edith Larson Unlimited energy and ability to organize bid fair to her suc cess in high school Mixed Chorus 3 4 Student Council Sec 3 Arickara Staff 4 Woksape Staff 4 GAA 1 Sec 2 Pres 3 Phi Beta Iota 3 4 Drill Team gg 3 Sec 4 Class vice pres 1 Class Social Chairman 3 Class sec 4 Basketball 2 Prom Committee Chairman 3 Arickara Attendant 4 Lease on Liberty 95' Hi' Rolland Mondml Rolly We couldnt get along vsithout him and 1 ldf.!lfCOLll'lCll1 3 Pes 4 Boys ub 4 Football 1 2 4 Cla, X D cs 4 Arickara Attendant 4 Sexen keys to Baldpate 3 Class motto-"Impossible is Un'American' Class flower-Roseg Class colors-Red and White Not only is the 1944 senior class outstanding for the high standards of scholarship they haw. main tained throughout their high school career, but they are also recognized for achievement in athletics, music publications and all school actixities. In spite of the unrest that prevails in wartime and the sadness that naturally comes to a class when members are called to the service before graduation, this years graduates have had a happy four years at Yankton high school. Gertrude Ackermann "Ger- ty" "A cheerful heart maketh a cheerful coun- tenance." - Other school. Kaylor, 13 GAA 35 Drill Team 3. 4: Homemaking Club 23 Prom Committee 3. Margaret Anderson Andy She has a quiet lrlendly way Shirley Bedner A A1 girl too -.IHS 3 Orches t 1 2 3 Pres 4 Mix cl Chorus 3 Student Council 2 GAA 1 2 3 Drill Team 2 3 4 Prom Committee 3 lQtf""5n1 2 .es 4 5 l 5X4 lone Anderson "Andy" "She's quiet and nice."- Other schools, Colome, 1, Dallas, 2, 3. Velma Anderson Her mod est air shows her wise and lair Lou Boller Her ways are A 1 2 JH Drill Team 4 GAA Coun l 3 Homemaking Club 1 2 t 't atv Orville Amundlon "Cac- tus" "Just the quiet kind whose nature never var- ies."-Library Club 2. Wayne Bagstad Baggie As carefree as the day is long -Other school Mis s n Htl 1 2 3 L for Robert Beulby Bob His li t for all Mixed Chorus 1 2 Boys Glee Club 2 Booster Club 4 Tennis As ociatxon 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Track 3 Class vice pres 3 Vice pres Student Council 4 Prom Committee 3 ff- Eugene Anderson "Bean- sie" "Pd rather hug a pig- skin than any girl I know," -Other school, Albert Lea. Minn. 3: Y Club 2. 41 Foot- ball 1, 2, 4: Basketball l. 2. 4: Track 1, 2, 43 Arick- ara Football Capt. 4. Jnm Bauer Sand eyes Slow and easy going but on the way -JHS 3 Phy sics Club Pres 4 Q- Robert Boe Bob A sm well Other school Irene l Band 3 Boys Glee Club I W K .. H .l .. .. - .. ,.. io i . , . ' , . . N S- 5' T , Q- ' , V .. n - A 4. - .. .. .. - .. .. .. f - student and a charming ways of pleasantness,"- wit and humor held de- cere fellow. we wish him V . ." I -- GA . , 3. 4: S 3: 'gh ." - ' ' . ra . , . - 1 'e ' 1 - . : " 2 9 ' 5 " ci 5 - Q 3 3. 3 Madeleine Brady Varlety that dlV1nE glit that makes her so charmlng to every one -Student Council 4 Arlckara Stah' 4 GAA 3 Phx Beta Iota 3 4 Drlll Team 3 4 Prom Commlt tee 3 Class sec 3 Lease on Lxberty 2 O for a chance o argue M... Dolores Colller A hkeable glrl wlth a lxkeable way -Student Council 4 GAA 1 2 3 JHS3 Dehatel 2 Dean Brownscn D o c Youll never regret it after you have known h m M1YEd Chorus Boys Glee Club 3 Student Councxl 4 Debate 1 IS hlmself Can one say more" Other school Sprlngfield 1 2 Boys Glee Club 3 Football 4 Calvm Carroll Tap Please lady you re Just wasting your txme thmk Other school UtlC8 1 2 Robert Burke Bob Hes always the camera mood Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Boys Glee Clubl 2 3 Arlckara Staff 3 4 Wok sa e Staff 3 4 JHS Camera Club 1 2 3 ID- FITSI a twmkle then a wmk 115 no wonder that we thlnk hes handsome Arlckara Staff 2 Wok sape Staff 2 3 Basketball 3 4 Track 2 4 JHS Qulll and Scroll 3 Pres 4 Physxcs Club 4 Prom Commxttee 3 Audrey Clark Dependa bxhty ls one of her great vlrtues -GAA 1 2 3 4 GAA Councll 4 Homemak Club I 2 Mary Jane Brewer Chub Life IS pure pleasure GAA 1 2 Library Club 3 Daddy Long Legs 1 unusual combmatlon red halr and a genlal dlsposx tlon -Student Councll 2 En. Marllyn Clark Above all thlngs enJoy life 2 " 'H Ye r bf - , ' ' ' ' " ' V in 1. r - nn- ' 2 i ."- '. - 3: 3 ' ' " i ' " . ' ' ' 2 ' A 2 - D . z 3: au' i A fr bf ' 'C 'tzf' h 4 ' R 5 J? LeRoy Brenna "Mousey" George Buuey "Bugs" "He Darrell Booth "Crip" Elaine Clark "Red" "An .. hi t - . I ..- V , - - - 2, , 1 . : 3: at A 5- '7 , K - .. . - .. .. .. - .. ' : ' ' . I ' . . , : ' . , 3. ing , , 3. Franklin Cutts Frank A frxendly attxtude attracts fmends Other school MISSIOD H111 1 2 3 'kr' Jane Donohoe Janey Shes rxght 1n step when lt comes to pep Mlxed C orus 1 2 Glrls Glee Club 4 Student Councll l 2 Arlckara Stal? 4 GAA 3 Dr1l1 Te m Capt 4 Cheer leader 2 3 Capt 4 Arlckara Squaw 4 Basketball 1 2 Prom Commxttee 3 Bertha Freudel Gr-rue A El l of few words does no' hate to take back so manv of them Other chool Lcsterullel 2 3 Band 4 Eugene Coulson Gene q u 1 e unassummg chap Harold Doyle Bud e thought he was an angel chlld untll we caught that twlnkle ln his eye Band 2 4 Booster Clu 3 Vxce pres 4 Boys Y Club ootball 1 Basketballl 2 3 4 Track 1 3 4 Honorary Football Capt 4 Swing Band 1 2 '17 Neva Fenruch A pleasant g to know Woksapc Staff 3 Vnolet Dolejsl V She does her best w1th a right good w1ll Other schools Lake Andes Seneca Mls sour! Glrls Glee Club 3 4 JI-IS 3 f Donald Dunham A good scout and a good friend Felfar Kllchle Imelda Be sxlent and be safe Other schools Utica and Lestcrvllle Darrell Doran Shorty The lxttle boy from Irene Other school Irene 1 2 Ernest Duede A fine fel low to know Other school LQSICFVIIIS 1 2 Boys Glee Club 3 Frances Freudel 'Fxarmv Dull cares wlth her nexer dld agree Other school Lestertllle 1 2 3 it 'gf -f .:,. 9 'W - f KV ' 4? . vi .9 - -1 1- -I 4- n - - ll in U H 'I . . UA . tr . . - .. - 1 ""' I ml., 1 .v f ' fi' 4 K A ' r 1 ' ,, .V.- V ' - ' if ,,-1 f :'- .. .. .. ., ..W .. 4 .. - h ' Z f , . , . .,,- Q. . 1 ' . 1. . 9 b . 1: 2, Q ' a' 2, 3, 41 F A , , 2, 3, 4: ' 1 . , , 3, 4.- l V ' C 5 Robert Fanslow Bob Upon the highest cllh' of fame h wxll somedav write hls name Forenslc 2 3 vice pres 4 P L Vuola Glaser V Qulet and reserx ed Other school Janesulle Wxsc 3 ockey Team 1 Ub34 H Vw KV WMJ 7- Rlta Goeden Life IS short 1 2 JI-XS 3 Helen Hanson Courteous reserved qulet O her school Ir ne 1 2 Mixed Chorus 3 4 Gxrls Glee Club 4 Woksape Staff 4 W Ethel Goeden Sun She who IS happy 15 rlch enough Lucnlle Hauck A quiet charm and pleasing smxle Other schools Utxca 1 2 Lestervxlle 3 Paulme Gall Paul Her quiet ways are taking Q71 Dureen Huber A good sport ln everything she does Other school Mis n Hlll 1 Edward Hems Ed Good sense and good nature are never separated Band 1 Drum MaJor 2 3 .IHS 3 Mlxed Chorus 1 Arxckara M 7M Erna Gros: Ernle good all around pal Other schools Menno I 2 Scotland 3 Homemakmg Club 4 Bull Hogan Wxlly Com mon sense IS xery uncom 2 Boys Glee Club Student Council 1 Wok sa e Staff 3 Editor Boys Y Club 3 4 Football 3 4 Basketba Track 2 3 4 JHS 3 Phy slcs Club 4 Prom Com mxttee 3 Marnlyn Hohenthaner Bet ter happy than wxse Arxckara Staff 4 Wok sape Staff 2 3 GAA 1 2 3 JHS 3 Drlll Team 3 4 Prom Committee 3 Home makmg Club l S0 Q- , 6 N A il .. H - .. in .. 4 - .. .. .. .. -.. ..A Cl , :J te ' h K X , ' 1 1 I 0 .1 of . I l 0 ff I of ' 9 4 I '71 , 3 f - f - .. - - b. .. ny., .. - .. - ,. .. - so make it snappy."-GAA " ' " ' ' ' ' x s " ' - , Q . ." , , '- mon."-Band 2: Orchestra sio ' , 2, 3. 1. 2 :' 23 5 p , ,' 4: 1, 2, : ' V ll 33 1- 5 6- 6 E' 'V v 5, Ax --f: It 1 1 f 4- l - u - A -1 u 4. - D .. - . ' - 1 a ' ' ."- . e . : ' ' - , ."- , ' 5 - , Q S . 5 I, b 3. l I ' 5 I - 1- Lawrence Haas Rabbxt Men are not measured by mches and 2 3 chestra 3 4 Football 1 2 Track 2 'Z' Mary Lu Johnson Berry She puts hcl troubles ln the bottom of her heart Other school Sprmgheld 2 3 Dull Team Chnton Kaser We who 'are qulet are not necessar ly asleep Orchestra 3 4 1-0 Hs -er Raymond Hackett Ray Ruth Hem: A glrl you A fine fellow to know cannot help lxkmg B'1nd Other schools Wakonda 2 3 Orchestra 2 3 GAA and Scotland 1 2 JLIS 3 Svung Band 'T-.'Z." Gordon Johnson Gortz To be a well favored man lb a gift of fortune O chestra l 2 3 4 Woksape Staff Asst Edltor 4 Boost er Club 3 Pres 4 Boys Club 3 Vxce pres F otball 3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 JHS 3 String Quartet 2 3 4 Vxolm quar 2 3 Vlolm solo natlonal contest 2 Physlcs Club 4 Marjorie Kelly Marge Always ln tune wxth llie Other school Parker 1 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 4 Woksape Staff 4 Seven Keys to Baldpate 3 3 4 Homemakmg Club 1 Leonard Kauser Klse Sllence is a great art of conversatlon if Marjorle Kung Marge Mlld manners and a gen e way Band Lxbrary Club 3 Pres Barbara Mary Janda Babs She has a pleas ant smlle for all Other school Lestcrs xlle 1 2 3 Bennue falr WM Www Robert Koemg Bob man lf there ever was one Other school O x vet 1 Band 2 3 4 Arxck ara Staff 4 Boys Y Club 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Bas ketball 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Physxcs Club 4 Prom Commxttee 3 W 0 , . 2 , 3 f Y , k lf. at 'V 4.4 62' " L, ' E 3, , N. 3, QQ' .. an ?'f7'C, ' 3'-B .2 : Or- ', l -I , 1 . ,A A ' ."- A- ' 21 ' ' 'tF.E,,f -- ,- . 7 tis I In V W :E K hey' il' 'W ,. -, V ...- rl . ... x V-v V ' ' 4 Y , ' 3, 1. , : ' 4. , ' ' 3 -- . '. 1 r' ' y Y . ' - . 4: Q .0 : V: v ' v y N ' I , 1, , . C ' 4 tet V ' . ' v V ! Q- is C5 D " , g , X 'X 1 X V .. - .. ,. - - - .. .. 1 .. .. ..A TL' A ."- - - A - . U. tl ' ."- D 1, 2, 35 ."- , lf g ' , 3 ' ' ' , .4. : . . : ' - Ross Korsgaard "Music hath charms -- even the trombone." - Other school, Highmore 1, 2, 35 Orches- tr 5 Band 4. A 1 Beth Long Bethie Like gravity she has the Means f attraction O t h e r school Mission H1111 2 3 Student Council 4 Gernon McGovern Mac Tall as you find them and every inch a gentleman Other school Mobridge 1 Student Council 3 Vice pres 4 Forensic Club 3 4 Tennis Association 2 Foot ba 3 4 Track 3 .IHS 3 Debate 2 Lease on Lib erty 2 Prom Committee 3 S ,J Louis Kuchta "Louie" "And certainly he is a good fellow." - O t h e r schools, Utica 1, 2, Lester- ville 3. Jerome Lubbers Bootie Generally syeaking lm always speaking Band 1 Mixed Chorus 1 Boys Glee Club 1 Seven Keys to Baldpate 3 Gene Mayer Stooge consider the world wtll prophet by my speech Band l 2 Boys Glee Club 1 3 Student Council 1 2 Forensic Club 3 Football Mgr 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Track 3 4 JHS 3 Cam era Club 3 Physics Club 4 Prom Committee 3 Seven Keys to Baldpate 3 Twila Lee "Always smiling and industrious." Mae Maul Mamie She takes t me out for pleas ure -GAA 1 2 3 HS 3 Basketball 1 2 Lois Moriarty Quiet and shy untll you know her -Other school Marlon 1 Band 3 Orchestra Mixed Chorus 3 Gtr s Glee Club 3 4 Clarinet Quar tet 3 Triple Trio 3 LOIC 'W 1 xl" 11 M' zu Ruby Long "Rumford" "A girl whose friendship is worth cultivating." - Other school, Mission Hill 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 4: Girls' Glee Club 4. Earl Medeck S t u Hes a quiet man but quite a man Booster Club 3 4 Jl-IS 3 Dorothy Nedved She 1 always quiet and pleas ant Other schools Utica 1 Lesterville 2 3 I Ar , rx 1 1' 'J 6- 'iff -Q ' Q . 'SF .1 is 5 .. - ., .. .. - ., .. - H .. .. pe.. o ' ' .- ' ."- ' 3 ." A , . 3 J ' ." - Q9 Q, . K Q . I ' J4, I' Q- V 4. 'z r .- I '.2: '42 ,.-A . : ' , ' - . g ' , g 3, 4g ' - 5 ' , 3 ' 3 , 4: '1' ll.: 9' :"'.: '. - Norman Nelsen "Nels" "An ideal fellow." - Other school, Presho 1, 25 Boys Glee Club 3. Lois Jean Nichols "Nick" "It's the quiet worker who succeeds."- and l, 2, . Drum Majorette 4: Orches- 1, , , 3 GAA ' I-lomemaking Club 4. 'Q' Marvin Nohr Not a word more than is need speaks Doris Nleland Dorsey A girl witn a smile is a girl worth while Band 1 Mixed Chorus 1 2 Gul Glee Club 1 2 3 Stude t Council 3 Woksape Staff JHS 3 4 Drill Team 2 3 Pres class 3 Cheer Leader 2 3 Basketball 1 2 uirls Sextette 3 Prom Commit tee 3 Mary OBrien Although she doesnt shock you she live wire Girls Glee Club 1 Booster Club 3 4 GAA 1 2 Basketball 1 2 JH 3 Debate Declam Winner 2 3 4 Library Club 2 Pres 3 4 Darlene Nelson "Good na- ture is the beauty of the mind."-Other school, V'- borg 1 2. Norma Novotny Nony Not what she does but how she does it Other school Tabor 1 2 GAA 4 if Marjorie Povondra Marge Duane PhnlIIPS Phil The pleasure of pleasing Reserved but for no one vt11l always be grcates in particular smart boy Other school Springfield Football 4 Basketball 4 Wilma Nelson "Billie" "Her jovial attitude at- tracts many friends. ' - Homemaking Club 1 2. if Gene Novak Duke one and all hes a good guy and 1 Orchestra 2 3 4 National Music Contest 2 3 Miss ing Witness 1 B Il Pike We appreciate and like him the team needs him Student Coun c 3 Boys Y Club 3 Football 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Physics Club 4 Arickara Attend ant 4 Prom Committee 3 - B 3 1 ' tra 2 3 4 1, 4'-If 5. N ' - .. - - .. .. .. .. .. .. H MTD he," ' ."- 3 ' ."-- ."-B . 2, 3. 41 , 3 " s' , , 5 . . . I ' , . C I1 A' 1 C U ' ' 1. 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 32 M-:ear fl Q f E, 1 K , , U . , ,, ,, - - .. A -. i V .. - is a - - -H1 - 1 . - 5- . 5-gf... ' 4 -' ." ' ,"- - 3 , ' - 5 ' - il : ' . 4: , 3 , 3 1. 2. 3. 3 v - . : ' S C 12 ' 3 E' ' 3 A Renae Quinnell "Teeny" "Little but a lot there."- Band 2. 33 Orchestra 2, 33 Student Council 1. Sec. 45 Arickara Staff 4: YVol-:sape Stal? 43 Booster Club 2. 3, Sec. 45 GAA 1. 25 JHS 35 Basketball 1' Homemaking Club 1 Sec 2 Prom Com mxttee 3 Arlckara Attend an 4 Wesley Smith Wes Hope for the best expect the worst and take what comes Football Mgr 4 Track 3 JHS 3 Physlcs C ub 4 Prom Commxttee 3 x 'L Angela Schulte "Ange" Her road through high school 15 the path of com- mon sense." - Arickara Staff 3, 4g Booster Club 4. Bud Seablom Beware the man of few words Basketball Mgr 2 3 4 x: X'-XX- Leona Stoller "A glad heart goes a long ways."-Other school. Royal Oak, Mtch. 3: Orchestra 2, 4. Jean Stanage Jeanie Her quxetnes IS Just a cloak of modesty to hxde her schol arly attalnments Other school MISSIOD Hlll 1 2 3 Eugene Seeley " G e n e " "He's neither a book worm nor a social hound, but he's a darned good fellow to have around."-Band 1. 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 2. 3, 4: Student Council 3, Pres. 45 Boys' Y Club 4' Football 3 4 Basketball Track 3 4 .IHS 3 Swmg Band 3 4 Seven Keys to Baldpate 3 Prom Com mlttee 3 Robert Sauber Bob The studtous dle young s I look forward to a long le Football 1 2 Track 'T Vernon Sulluvan Pleasant Leonard Tacke I look DPI! Dormne Tew Blon both ln appearance and qutet but you should get due Her Interest IS dl posltlon Tennls A to know me Orchestra 1 Sprlngfield Ot h e r soclatlon 2 3 schools Seattle Wash 1 Springfield 3 l lson Johnnie a man who will tumble-to fame Mmed Chorus l 2 4 Bovs Glee Club 1 2 Woksape Stat? 2 Boys Y Club 4 Foot 1 4 Basketball 1 ack 1 2 4 JH Bows Quartet l 2 3 Na txonal Contest 2 John Here . . 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Tr . . 3. 1 S 3: T' Betty Uhl 'Bonei S 4 w se to be WISQI' I :cur xarv X 1 Dorothy Voll Dotiv B l fau vnu know ur hmarl 'Vllud Chorus 3 u u I X mpc Stall' J FAA 1 Margaret Wallace Margxe Tue to her mold her work her frlends Band 4 Or Irs ee Cub Arlckara Qtalff 3 4 YVOR 'npr Qlaff 4 GAA 1 Girls 'lrlplc Trlo 3 Ernest Wendlmg Erme Good dxxposmtlon L l l m mnf-red 'an 0 s un nd 1 2 4 Petra 2 J Armlvlra TafT 3 Aw EL 1 Or YVoksape Staff 3 4 Tenms Assocxatlon 3 Football Baaketball 2 4 Track 2 4 JHS 3 Phvsxcs Club 4 Swmg Band 3 4 'CZ' Wllllam Marrs B111 DI lgent 1n hm exery task Other school Lie I x 1 2 Band .3 4 Orchestra 3 JHS CANTFP A SHE Marvvn Bloc Beverly Goetz Marvm Nllsov Vera Waterbury Lucllle Wagner Lucv er head xs light ee vexx werv llght m act :hc 18 a blonde Mwed Chorus 2 Student Councll 4 Woksape Staff 4 GAA I 2 3 JHS 3 Drxll Team 2 3 4 Cheer Leader 4 Arlckara Attendant 4 Prom Commxttee 3 Q, .. 7 Q.. f la K . k.. Un., .. i -. y - .. - -. .. K .. vol 'lf "." hall hr" ' " A ' I ' " " 4 . W ' UH' 4 ' . y -- '. 'H' ,."-GA, , 2, 3. -' ."'--. , 1 : , . d I 1. of ' ' A ' 2 ' f Girl! GI H Cl b 1. I1 V0k-- f ."-Ba , . 3, 3 Or- . ," - '. ' ' ' 'J .1 .2. ch .'. 4: .' 2 ' S ', i't 41 3 5 3 ' A 3 4g '. . 3 2 C. ' N E G L V l .. - .. V - .. - l. .. -K- . ' J." - . ' . 0 -:a . 1, 2, 3. : Chestra 1. 2. 3, 1 . ', 1 -, ' , 4g G' 1" G1 l 33 41 , 3, i J x. . S 'I Y 12....c,,m1fz e wwf Mony students hove benefuted by hrs just ond wnse guudonce 'Qs efqgeaum Boalufafgcl E P Fstzgerold President Morron H Jacobson V Presrdenr E A Royem Treasurer Ella Tenge Clerk ,wr Q, Lef! to rlghi E P Fxtzgerald presldent Dr H D Perry J Leonard Fel lman J A Hohf and C A Beaxer supermtenclent No! preseni Mrs Max an H Jacobson VICE pres1dent and Ella C Tenge clelk U I I a o 'pl 4 p. I K . . . ' , .lo 8 ' ' . I' ' ' 1 l ' xx , J. 7 Lf 1 s , Q , . . . 4 r - J , , - , - , - - , , C- , - I ., V M. I Ay N! 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Esther Lanio W Phy Ed Phy Fxtness N liars Louxse Ser: lu L IJ Margaret Reed 1 xlu M1 m xtlcs Alg,LlJ1a I 1 .A Gaxl Slexsier Physxc 11 Fxtnus Norme xmclp xl 5 mum 1 N Helen Schempp Margaret Baade Sp muh Sup: x mt: ndent 5 suxetary Wxlham Thrall F1 nfril Qhnp Fund amf ntals f Sun ncn R Adm be nerdl Shop Ac mn lutlci fx 4. Orvxlle Moses LL.-Amd an -Dil- Tena Durham C umsdxan Ernie Myers CLASS OFFICERS Junior class officers seated left to right: Dan Bierle, presidentg Ann Keating, vice- president, Standing: Alta Flamming, social chairman, Virginia Nielsen, secretary-treasf UVGF. W-fy! iw! fyfafj NJ ,,J3fM,ff Freshman class officers Stand mg left to rrght Paul nnith pe dent Jean Xian Epps vice president Bette Lee secretary treasurer Sophomore class offrcers stand mg left to right Jim Harvey vice president Lyle Reynolds president Dick Maul secretary treasurer , if . F ' . ' I l' ff ' f, , l fl X fl Q lj f 1' V . ,V fllr . 3 ,V l ff- ' if 1 ' ' ,, . l ,V Q f F A L . 3 , 2 ii gi V f Q- M az 'lp D, . l : 1 . j ,gg i7 , f 2511 i 5 ig 3 f 5 Q' ' ' : I S, , ' K 5 F 1. 7- , f I I - zz 2 , A '1 , 1 ,, - 1 T i W it X ' All X- A -Q if J t A First row, left to right: Dv-lfms tlurfvrk, Mi"f: E?f,lx'mf,tm fwfl Ewlw S'm'wdlr1 Second row: Cami it vw f,! ' ' ' ' l ' I f-l I rk fre Ki' rm lVlCV"'ViP Kiuwbqlo and .Chow .amos Third row: Dzrlenc ocfmcr, Uorfmn Evikers, X irwm SFYJOIX and EW: Feng 'VTEVJMSCVV Fourth row: Ruth Kuehn, Slodys Nedtcd, Rose Emma Law, f'Cr.fyn Timmorva cmd Liwmn Cwcfh. Bedner's Homeroom Miss Bang's Homeroom 1 First row, left to right: fkadys Pwwiifz, Mariano Povmdro, Rome Qwnmll and Dorothy Fyler, Second row: Eorflwo Freda!! fiowrrfe Jolmiwin, Sflrlw Bedrwr, Norma Hunt and Amlwie Bcdner ted x worm Third row: Phylms Eroxxcr, Norma SflNCV5,lT'IQl, New Femruas cmd Alien First row, left to right: Df"wfz'f! Fc V Er:-mwem, Wifi' M C'1'lLm Cllifl Frfd VU' fx Sec- ond row: X"-rm.1, P+-jc' lf-grcrff Kfvvff, 'x'1'.' Xiwf any X'r-r'f,rwf- ri,-l 3r5 Third row: Fqh Ty' f"f:r Clfrfgrw Hoops-2, Cffww Cerro? cmd LP.-. e Eoin fciimorf, Fourth row: RDDGVY GUVWUGVSOH, JCWGS N' lro i r, Lcrrv C"vlQ'le Y cm VXQDCVY Doe pri Mr. Bloom's Homeroom I t Miss Burgi's x Homeroom I ' f , v 'I ff, ,F ., 51" l Q 3 1 vi fl., ,I 1 T , - xi 1 Q "T ' i - M U ' . Y' A . . 2 ' lrst row,4Ieft fo right: Maxine EfFLgdVVQ, Ueiores Dtorvfk, ,linnn ' Q , . M. X 'rf' , Fcvfdren, Je-in F-egf-iwewr ind PPTP, kuf"fxir'r-fi! Second row: 'U' fn 'A J , 'N X, Na , X firothyN:L1:",N"-QCrrr'i F im, F My V1 ' Qrn gif?-1, C711 - f .r ,i wit, if r Third row: fer' AS- v 'J flb N'Y1:Lf'ig,Phf fx '1i'Hfj 5' of in, N'if!rwr'ft 2 ' L' .-'ir' KMQIT FQVK 1. . V .r- f i if Y gore? Tdikef Fogrth Y my Eis"z'iiw"- .AJ--rrzgdrwl Elaine E3 - -gr, Eizb Cfratnm nl Foul Smitir, C, rr - P F, Cailcseng Louis Mus nap Viwrn Smith and Mcrrorue Eidc. - 1 - -'X t f -' - ' L X -N .' t i .i E ' , ' it f fr . Jia", 1 ,f fy '. ' T .K Mise Burgess' " X. ' L y,, ' ,' Homeroom X. J N Y N 1 1253 i if FIV 1 First row, left to right: Margorre Wotfner, Los Moriarty, Twila Lee, Erna Grosz and Margaret X','aVi'e Second row: Rooert Crowfey, Aliie laiiobson, Eugene Anderson, Bob Fanslow, Dureen Huber, Dcrfene Nekon and Robert Burke Third row: lone Anderson, Jane Danonoe, Rurn Heins, Jonn Ttllson, Bit! Hogan, Mac McGovern, Wes Srriitri, Ed Heins and Darreii Booth. X I U Orwle Amundson, Gene Mayer and Gertrude Afkerrnan Fourth row: Jack Donahue, Duane Phillips, SM' 41 We Miss Bowygf: MW Q Q , N' if ome In tw' W iilwww First row, left to right: Vernet Bonimonn, Lutille Schmidt, Marilyn Anderson and Myron Walsh, Second row: Ruth Janssen, Ecu Kcser, Caro? Paaia and E!aine Polly Third row: Benedizt Horacek, IVQVW Sm "I W0 fer Wend'H1Q, Ctnzrles Pdrkf: and Lufy E9-.wer tadtiseri Fourth row: Vincent T.elke, Jcik Cnsratt, Kenneth James, Jerry Harry, Robert Remolds and James Marrs, 1 if Q a D I l First row, left to right: Glad-,S Eaade, Alva Herns, Joan Brooch and Gwen Nrrlnols Second row: Pernetta De Slwczo, Man Gagnon, Wynona Gaiinfronson, Lcfs Meger ond Colleen Mrnes Third row: Betty Braanesrertner, Aacrey Meyer, Dorothy Nedvod, Gladys Hevle and Edrtlw Gamble ladwrserl. r Ml Bush's Homeroom Miss Gamble's Homeroom Q I First row, left to right: Charles Novak, Art Lcarrnfg, Jrrn Regan, Mcrwn ZGXG'flll and Marx tr Goedrtn Second row: Vlrgrl Pmtlt, Cyn Efienn, Dan A lwrrnan, Fred S'nlC'jGlrnl'flw, Keltlw Elile Ctr: Bob Wien Third row: Foln D-:rw ', Doug Prke, Larre Pzlw, Don Pnnl, lioonf, llrr-lzman, Gmc Gnd LGt.rf-nv? llllkl' 'f1'l.l2iirl Fourth row: Mcrvtn Gnrrgfonsen, Norman Nmfscn, Paul Hunlllff, Gam Montore, latin Anfffrgon and Jak Trtus. First row, left to right: Ronald Engle, Mary Jane Brewer, Marianne Welby, Dorothy Kollars ond Marlon Nelson Second row: Doane Moyers, Mae Maul, Patrlzra Monarty, ilm O'l3r-en, Elrzolzetln Page rn'l Aflolo Gould lcdvlserl Third row: Kdlncrrne Dwanoe, Befw Moses, Monfeile Dcrner, Eleanor l rnny, Cervix Dorzn and Mlc-, 2 Cn: lr Fourth row: Le: La Lcnde, Lee Sorensen, Lugy Wagner, Mar- r:r.e Krng, Mary Krng and Geraatne Eonertz, Miss Gould's Homeroom flf Miss Hansen's ...'nnh' ,. .,f '.l Lf' 1 . '-f M1-S 'Hale's . ' Homeroom First row, left to right: Dirk Maul, Beth Long, Lots Larsen, Anilla Fade, Frm es Ereido' an-4 John Hale ladviserl. Second row: Wilma Van Enos, Lots Slowey, Tom Binder, Rithy Long, Jean Stanaae and Eunt-'C Gudrmtnsen Third row: Dorothy Voll, ,loan Pederson, Vera Waterbury, Bernire Vo'l, Marjorie Lyons ond Beverly Goetz Fourth row: Patriria Kocn, Dell Tow, Damond Canfield, Wilfred Goetz, Jerome Bienert, Jean Long, Catherine Ellis and Bertha Bratberg. Homeroom First row, left to right: lola Anderson, Jim Crowe, Ann Keating, Imelda Eeifar and Evelyn Murray, Second row: Vivian Holder, Margie Nifhols, Lorraine Eollich, Sfe'la Peterson, Darlene Snook and Dar- lene Meyer Third row: Elaine McGinnis, Morris Nelson, Harold Rennoo, Craig Lewis, Wally Boyles, Donald Dunham and Darlene Kollars Fourth row: Eetty Lou Geelon, Phyllis Margolin, Marion Van Goor, Bob Dunn, Don Anderson, Jean Kenyon and Mary Jane Feitar, 6 - 1' 'N l, ,Q ll ,ll Homeroom QE' First row, left to right: Buddy Levtnger, Charles Cook, Russel Poolsen, Angela Siholte, l-larold Doyle cod CCNP: Dorcrt Second row: Den Elerie, Woyne Eaqsfad, Dfk Moe, La-.yrenre Hdos, Ctnton lfaser and Bob Sono-ir Third row: Alfred lriasfef 'CflyiSer', Ernest Wfindling, Cordfn Johnson, Ercnk Cotts, Bob Eeilby, Gene Coolson and Evo Koenig Fourth row: Leroy Erenna, laik O'Mal'ey, George Eiissey, Bill Pike, lim Bauer, Leonard Taeke and Cerold Scheel. 5 l,,, Mr. Halstedsg - 1 ,l z Mr. Hanson's Homeroom J' "1 First row, left to right: Gwen Jacobs, Isobel Meng, Vlrglnlo Nelson and Jeanne Sheldon Second row: Arlene Chapman, Dorothy Walsh, Eleanor Reuss, Elsie Breih, Morlys Erownson, Dorothy Depuy and Phyllis Hayes Third row: Phyllls Couch, Eleanor Motor, Allie Horlyk, Fredric Von Omer, Maurice Famestad and Reynold Hanson ladviserl. Fourth raw: Jlrn Doyle, Karl Kabelseman, Harry Savage, .lack Mowbray, Jerome Steckler, Joe Nodenicek, Rolly Mondlni and Don Marboch. Mrs. Holmes' Homeroom First row, left to right: Dan O'Erien, Raleigh Kollars, Arlene Kucera, Mary Ellen Morgonen ana Phylhs Wherry Second row: Doreen Nymark, Lolo Stanage, Marge Herman, Joan Danforth ond Revo Koster Third row: Shirley Smith, Eloise Rogers, Fern Young, Joyce Steinback, William Schortz, Eetty Lou Mueller and Mrs Rosse'l Holmes ladvuserl, Fourth row: Arthur Peltz, Glenn Phillips, Lyle Reynolds, Joe Kohoutek, Edna Cwach and Dons Waters. . Miss Huls' Homeroom First row, left to right: Lois Jean Nichols, Ethel Goeden, Mary Lu Johnson, Ruta Goeaen and Leona Stoller, Second row: Vlolo Glaser, Darts Nlelond, Violet Dolejsi, Marge Kelly, Dolores Collier and Alvlna Huls ladviserl. A First row, left to right: Mary Ann Damm, Shirley Molromscn, Rose Ann Frelclel, Jeanette Peter- son, Irene Balwlnwan and Prlszilla Rasmussen Second row: J'm Baxter, Bill Coney, Gene Eefker, Jazk Stenson and Ratlt O'Cenn3r laffvlserl Third row: Larry Savage, Clyde Mrlilnnen, Floyd Paulson, Jim Harvey' and Ted Danforth Fourth row: Marnn Nilsen, Darrell Anderson, Fred Jones, Murray Gibson, Raymond Beelwen and Don Clark. Miss O'Connor's Homeroom ASYWYHI- ,Jie Miss Reed's Homeroom First row, left to right: Lyeil Kollars, Plnyllls Boggs, Betty Burgi, Duane Goeden and Mark Grimm. Second row: Donovan List, Eleanor Kessler, Betty Lue Smith, Bill Mowbray and George Apted, Third row: Doane Huber, Phyllis Seeey, Joyce Farley and Don Pederson, Fourth row: Dan Hogan, Lloyd Koclwta, Gene Mrelenz, Margaret Reed ladvlserl and Elmer Kaiser. KW, J First row, left to right: Beatrice Povandra, Roby M:Grnnls, Glendae Block, DeLorls Jensen, Faye Sherman and Betty Valentine Second row: Harriett Jenney ladvlserl, Jean Van Epps, lna Fenrtrin, Jayfe Lane, Jim Smith, Harm MQCallum and Harlan l-losker Third row: Joe Metz, Gladys Jerke, Betty Kande, Barbara Janata, Shirley Rapp and Walter Drlngrnan Fourth row: Dorothy Polly, Florence Sparks, Tom Steonens, Wesley Crmpl, Wllllam Grosz and Marvin Reuss. Miss Jenney's Homeroom Mr. Thr:-1l1's Homeroom , L Y First row, left to right: Roy Bierle, Bud Scablom, Don Oswald and Duane Snaok. Second row: Hadley Nelson, Gene Seeley, Marvin Block, Bob Harris, Raymond Hackett and Kenneth Duplc Third: row: Gene Novak, William Thrall ladviserl, Louis Kuchta, Howard McKenna, Ross Korsgaard and Ve S ll' , ' ' I . , I y,fMi"I:On U-IVE? V73 fr L ' PDX f 'V ' ' 77l'f'A' If f' ,Li - V V' -il. ,4 , ,f-- fe. 1J I ' Lin Lb! 6 Miss Sleisier's Homeroom First row, left to right: Lois Boller, Marilyn Clark, Alta Flarnming, Lucille Houck, Ann Burgi and Marge Klrsrlwenman Second row: Helen Jellnek, Katnleen Kondo, Moe Bonlrnann, Pauline Gall, l-inrnra Nowtnz and Call Sle's'er loflvvser Third row: Velma Anderson, Orlnne Bratberg, Madeleine l'raaf'2 Virginia Nw-lsen, Delcres Sloviey, Elaine Clark ond Wilma Nelson Fourth row: Wilma Ander- s'-n, Vtrgtnla Mew laa Lobbers, Audrey Clark, Colleen Fuck, Marilyn Pueper, Joyce Howard and Marilyn Halrcnflzcner, ri ffl! , , 1 f gl fu l I 'lf l X f ilf 1 K J 1 l ,I ,l IJ I . flf f 12 I Z 'I 'gf X ,l ' N- ' . 0 M I A' I Al . - ' I A ! I Us 1 I !' i ' r U ff' 4'-L-L.. N'-Q W. ,Jil Y Club Fu-st row left to 1-zghi John Tillson Wally Boyles Harry Savage Gene Becl-:er an ene cerson Second 1-ow eoige Nielsen fat letie director well Toczek ill Hogan Gerald ud Doyle and Lewis Bloom coach T ird 1-ow Benny Kasdan Gene Seeley Mae ike Ji Hai vey and Bob Koenig M cGo vern Bn GAA Fu-si row eff to ugh! Dorothy Mahan, Jean iegelmeier, Arvilla Bade, Gladys Baade emle Lois Bol ei ar e Kirschenman, Joan ores, Betty Burgi and Shirley old nn B igi Ilene ueera, atieia oriarty, etty mith, Jean an v ny, Norma ara, Colleene ines an arilyn Andci lear, Ste la eterson, ert a rat erg, orce oses, Wynona uclmunson and B Joan anfort , Montel! ee, ary , Gladys N ren. Se E s. D 1 ' on. ' 1 Il Bee er' A eatriee e Dar er ' agnon, E ' a u b con row: arlene Snook, T il ird row: Joan Pederson, Norma s, Priscilla Rasmussen, Reva oster, etty ovon ra. Foul-lh row: na enrie, Dorothy ll", , loise ogers, S irley mith, Vivien mith, Marjorie ide, Bette lame eeker, argaret Tacke and Pat onahue. Pi th row: Orinne Bratberg, ers, ary 'n , ilma Pon , P yl is Brewer, Au rey Clark, Joyce Steinbaek, Joyce Van s, Elaine Poll and Kat arine Dono oe. , hoO' ofhIeT1C5' SC fof deem d GAA Smnd b S' IIYH Club on The Oy d . d ond o heOlThy bo y 'n h . Cleon ml Splflt, G First row, leii to right: Virginia Nelson, Betty Moses, Lois Moriarty and Phyllis Brewer. Second row: Harold Doyle. Marilyn Timmons, Hadley Nelson, Edna Cwach, Elaine McGinnis. Betty Lou Mueller and Margaret Tacke. Third row: Bruce Palmer, Kenneth Kendall, Janet Jacobs, Dorothy Kollars, Priscilla Rasmussen, Gladys Baadc, Keith Eide, Donald Fejfar, Bertha Freidel and Jean Biegelmeier. I-'ourih row: James Seeley, Particia Moriarty, Eugene Seeley, Erich Bade, Vincent Tielke, Daniel Ackermann, Bob was A greotly improved bond greeted the students of Yonkton high school when they begon work in the toll of lil-ij The orgonizotion eorned o fine reputotion eorly in the yeor ond vvos coiled upon to ploy Koenig and James Marrs. for both city ond school functions, Their pertormonces included the spring concert, music testivol, college chopel, Novy rolly, college homecorning, subrnorine bond folly, WAVE recruiting drive, footboll ond bosketboll gornes ond high school ossemblies Fred Johnson continued os conductor of the bond for his second yeor. Xi H YHS Bond Officers: first row, left to right: Virginio Nelson, Eloine McGinnis ond Margie Nichols. Second row: Gene See- ley ond Fred Johnson ldirectorl. , S ,X 35 ,QM .? fr! 5 I 9 293 my gf n f 'N , k .Qi ' 'S-f 5 I! Q I Q Iii' 1141 A GFGPWQ QQ Dfgn H I I . O . , 0 ali like ,exam-f , MEAN ,,,. M. First row. left to right: Shirley Bedner, Clinton Kaser, Alice Heins, Chuck Levinger, Margie Nich- ols, Alice Jacobson, Bonnie Rockman and Larry Savage. Second row: Donald Fejfar, Jeanette Nielson, Stanley Sayler, Gwen Nichols, Margaret Wallace, Jean Arlene Kenyon, Virginia Nelson, Lois Moriarty, Arvilla Bade, Lois Jean Nichols, Ruth Heins and Betty Moses, Third row: Jorgine Hansen Cdirectorl, Eugene Seeley, Lawrence Haas, Elaine McGinnis, Jim Doyle, Ernest Wendling, Eugene Novak, Jack Mowbray, Ross Korsgaard and William Marrs. Wuth an enlarged repertoire this year the Yanlaton high school orchestra was ahle to give perform- ances displaying unusual musical variety, The group presented a Fall concert and Christmas assembly besides playung at the music testuval and college chapel. The orchestra was directed by Jorglne Hansen tor the third consecutive year. , Quaafef , ,,. Left io right: Gordon Johnson, Shirley Bedner, Larry Savage and Margie Nichols. Practxcrr new ons were hell by the strlng quartet twice a week under the supervls:on of Jorglne Han- -ggfl It WGS mflllg flqggg gwgm noonehgur pQVlQfl5 mg: the tour :nstrumentallsts had the opportunfty to "ex-3':g3 as a grai,:, thus acivanclng one step closer to the r destred goal the ahllltv to play wlth perfect lsalarzce and stlll maintain the exactness ot a srngle instrument. fbedde Glad l'-F 1-i 'S G7 First row, lei! to right: Janine Hayes, Charles Cook, Buddy Lev- inger, and Janice Hayes. Second row: Dick Moe. Phyllis Brewer, Eloise Rogers, Elizabeth Page and Fredric Van Omer. Third row: Harry Savage, Karl Kabeiseman and Bob Fanslow. i if gywiff "Resolved thot the United Stores should join in the Leogue of Notions" wos the Question of the yeor for the YHS dehoters, They hove studied both the offirmotlve ond the negative side of The question, Copohly upholding eoch one The club vvos host To l VW mony dehoters, ond olso leod in severol discussions during fhe school yeor. 8 if , Q 2 A ,i 3: , f K ff! 1 f if I Phmlls rg: row, left to I '0w:Ef, SWG' ond "shi: J ilfii! . Mob IQ Oflf on First fgw O9 ond 55677 pOQe, prlfe Hayes neSHOyes, O d 51039 R ' ,eff to ' dy Levmger NC Von Om efond QQ Kofi K OQ?l'S- Se Hgh'-l. ' ec Dick ObelSEirnO Cond row Offeg CO k n O : H o nd Bob Foriscldry SUV- W. Fw mo 1 if Q ww Ynx :HY Q00 Bxcde BCCVCY Mgex 3c0b5 W iawe ac Qvm and n Xanu-QXUQ :cn wich imx xilpef if bcqbxom Ed Heins the Sfoff phO ioqr pier who supervised il ormngements ond ,pd we mcporuy O J O tie 944 k o E olso vclop i cmd enlarged shots for me yeorhook Left io nghi Associate Editors Ernie Wendlmg and Gwen Jacobs and Editor Don www seg Kne 11 H0 elmg len I Ollarf gan Gogdo 0 ugh! R 10186 RO J061n Dann Jo nson Obert Burk ers O t Hn C a Ann heating aJha, 9 ZEIROHQI En I O ho an Ku ge S IQ! ba 9 ee CPI-3 an ealed L C I1 k Joa ans-O Ona 01S La U U Q rs Pederson H 010th-VQISUHSII O? Marjory N ened by the unusual varaety of publrcaton was necessary pensateu for he decreased numner at ts aes 'ld P 011 and Kell hyllls Mains Ongng Parr IC y E 1 911 10 0 III e Ddlnel wTnro tgnout the V343 44 school year the Woksape staff worked many hours rn r to Q ve the students an outstandrng newspaper Tnrs year s Woksape was en both rn story content and page make up Irregulanty cue to Increased pubicatron costs but aualuty corn Smx rmues of the oaper we e entered tor ludgung tn the SDHSPA contest R using tlne pub! trans photoaraoner h a s e n tt on r 1 red Ha s ed pu Ltructc . ults w Il be known rn tne fall Left to right. Editor Bill Hogan Busi- ness Manager Arlene Kucera and Associate Editor Gordon Johnson. A L Banda Glad new or rhow rt ta aa o rar Poo r ff Farsi' row left to right I trfh If John ae Second row y 'J IJ' N on the ooster elab was former' ID I UZ! rt was guyen the task of assustrng any school group vvhtch x as ar to aanclfl troa S o tehclab ha rovej nts vyartn aw many o ca rang Srnce tts format on lf years aao the gra rp te, o Cayr at I a t a pa t of the pecanrary baraen ot every a bartrmnt ot the htgh sehoo a o aaa y rs taken by the club marnly through candy sales at athlet C contests and by the Qbansorrhj aan es yfpxis F t et QAM-4 school year the Boaeter clab nb Crea tea w th Cohtrnbatrons to th Woksaoe Ah to Serve en t gram school recreatran bagram new baltetrn board athlete aebartment Us md recoras for ULJVWCCS B 5 to aorng these thtrgb th araanr atton pays all the expenses of Arrckara Day Fxrsi row left to nghi Goldon Johnson Bud Doyle Renae Qumnell Mary OBr1en and Bessle Burgl Cadxlbcxh Second row Angela Schulte Vlfglllla Nlelsen LOIS Larson Ruth Kuehn and Don Blerle Thxrd row Bob Bellby Arlene Chapman Karl Kabelseman Larry OMalley and Earl Medeck S al, Q .Quail cnc! Small s Quill and Scroll is an international honorary society for high school journ- . , i S d,lfti 'hi:G J b,D 11B th alists. Candidates are selected from eau e O ng wen aco S arre O0 E V I y and Ann Keating. Standing: Bill Hogan and Do Bierl . the writing, editing, photography or JF business staffs ot the newspaper and yearbook. Members are chosen from 0.1 W the junior or senior classes, must be in the upper third ot their class in gener l sglfo - ' tic standing and must have done superior work in writing, editing or ' s ag ment. 4 em iwffy V2 .X Under the direction at Ruth O'Conner and Mrs. Russell Holmes the Forensic club reorganized itself. The purpose of the club is to create an interest in the stage, and to understand drama and literature. This year the Forensic club put on three one-act plays tor the annual Forensic play. First row, left to right: Karl Kabeiseman, Gwen Jacobs, Bob Fanslow, Buddy Levinger and Alta Flamming. Second row: Ted Danforth. Gene Mayer, Harry Savage and Charles Cook. .. ,uf 1 J J al' Al M, " ,I ,. Q 4' Q f M .M 'W' Y , ff, "5 " 1 N, I fibers? i 'A Z .259 1 x52 OL ,J,vusf,65 afraid 'Jffe' QSQ First row. left to righi: Buddy Levinger, Charles Cook and Chuck Levinger. Second row: Larry Savage, Dick Moe, Mac Mc- Govern, Harry Savage and Gordon Johnson. The Knights Chess club is a group comparatively new in the extra-curricular field of YHS, For well over a year they have been meeting once every two weeks at the homes at members. At their meetrngs they play chess and study chess strategy, both ottensive and defensive. .The purpose ot the organization is to promote interest in the game and assure the members of on opportunity to play their associates at regular intervals. Left to right: Madeleine Brady and Edith Larson. Eefa foie Phi Beta lata, under the guidance of Miss Helen Burgess, is an organization for girls interested in the book world. The meetings are held bi-weekly in the homes at the members--'two girls acttng as host- esses. Books at interest to the group are reviewed, usually one fiction and one non-fiction, followed by group discussion. wwuwvw If lufuu GM Firs! row, left to right: Darrell Booth and Wes Smith. Second row: Bud Levinger, George Bussey, Bill Pike, Johnny Tillson, Bob Koenig, E'nie Wendling and Dick Moe. Standing: Charles Cook, Gene Mayer, Russel Poulsen, Bill Hogan, Alfred Halsted ladviserh, Bob Beilby, Gordon John- son and Jim Bauer. The purpose of the Physics club is to pool the knowledge of oll members through projects ond dem- ohstrotlohs. Mohy protects concerning weather, cvtotuort ond electrucity were completed by lhcltvicluols. fidaafuf Glad Left to right: Virginia Metz, Marjorie King, Harriett Jenney Cadviserb, Vera Waterbury and Doreen Nyinark. "First we work ond then we ploy" To make the I brory ccmtortoble ohi pleoscrf chi fo serve others :s the oim ot the I hrorg club D gre ing "Fool Week the grls orropged on ottrocf ve book deploy ln the form of O costle. Severol parte were held throughout the year. fb Gmff Experience in orotoricol speolcing, clromotlcs, humor ond poetry gove these declomotion contestonts Confidence in themselves, poise in speoklng ond developed their power ot lnterpretotton ond presentotion. The coorghes were Horrlett lenney, poetryg Ed Mrs. Russell Holmes, orotory, humorous ond dro- D mm 3 ai, USAR First row, lefi to right: Janice Hayes, anine Hayes. Ruth Janssen. Karl Kabeisoman. Joan Pederson and Norma Haar. lf r rig lj 'l fi' lll rl ll ti' 'll l in - plum 8 l he u A prom committee Chose one Corried out the theme for the bonouet which wos ottlencled by rn jr of ,iunlor ond senior closses. - i 'l ' , " l f f 2 -. V' ' Xiu J - J, 1,7 'W J 'fu fi -. . H l 'e , ' l NJ A eated, left io right: Betty Lou Gqeldn, Marian Van Goor. Gwen Jacobs. Alun Flaniniingi. .Irwin ll I Son. Margie Nichols and Virginia Nelson. Standing: Dorothy Walsh. Russell Iluulsun. Virginian 0 en. Bob Dunn. Arlene Chapman. Alice Jacobson, Dolores Slowi-y, Marilyn Picpi-ig Phyllis x 'ouch, Elaine McGinnis. Don Bierle, Alice Horlyk and Karl Kgilicisuiiiuzil I l QA! table left to 1-xght Axthur PQ1t7 Lylc Ryynolds Jerome Lubbers Dean Bxoxx neon and Dxclx Maul Second row D01 EClli0l1 Lee Qoxenscn Ronald Engle Ernest Nlcklee Bud Qeablom Ldflli P091 Boo Duplc 11d Vlmxm Zaviclll Thxrd row Raymond Hackatt Ma1v1n N1lsc1n R.1le1f1l1 Kol lgs Hou nd llllf.lXLYllll Denull Anderson Don GBIICII MxlNlD C101 dan and E111 Bang Cadv1Qe1J S bu Wa as the worrl 1hotdeSCr1beS these Q nts They wlll he prey arerl for what may Cofne b K P duty or the Ilfe of a bachelor Besmles learn rg 'ro prepare pastrles and other foods the boys re Cerve IUJTFLICTIOVTS an rnaklng the mobf of farnuly llfe and IO notrmon Fxrst row left to nght Gladxi Pc1n1sk1 Brttc Luc- Qummll W1lm1 Van Epps M'1ry Gagnon Pl vllls Wl1111x Ptlly B ll.,l lxlllllll F2111 Shnl v Holdun Domthy Mlllan Jaan Bugclrncu Jdmnc H1yw J 111111 H151s and C lddxs B 1 1d1 Secord row Gladys, lNf.dxLd Do1 lS KlllldH Ruth Ixus F11 lL1r1l'1 qLl1llllill Lols Jcan lN1cl1o s Alxu huns, Cwen lN1Chol5 Lola Slovxey DcLo11s len ll Mazgn lN1U1olw I' n'1 Grow Ph,lls Pagges 1nd C lddye Hcvlo Thlrd row Bunettd DL l1lL0 Eldlllk Bu k 1 Vxxlan 31111111 B tts lu M llgfil lL Exo P1t11C1L1 Don 1l1L1n lVlav1lyn LXl'ldCISl1l1 1 'unc lVl111 s Dm' ms Dxo1 me Pu 1x 1 mms Lucl1f1 Hubc Bcttv lou Smlth and EI11111 nd R th Hunx 'N 1111 Il lllll 1 s 111 knxon 1 LII Q1 Q 111 X1 1n Eppx Jour 1Ly Cnol P15411 ll ll fv ffl n by fm r- Q ' Q no kd L horn r n f 0 ear f rv C rnow Qoefol ev P 1r as n o e rr ras 1 rn l on r 1 e ereelron o ll o 5 an 1h on 1, ' ' :1 1."'. 1 '. 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' Glad The Han-rrfolfwwe club has been orjanrzefl the sooo! gievelog1re'11,o, the 3 rle or o ora rrwtgrellfl in 1 -3 efgonorneg Thelr mos? who 'J 1 Vagecf 1 r the ,ear 1-.cs rzalfwg wrl rg. hogs br se 1 'ifrew To-2 club hell ry , .Q e me, mph 1' -11r VlT3K:1ll,iCffI Ze Co-'if gfroay Ch ,treo party aryl Sly? :jg Cor fl ze h fi ff lE..o B no d E111 G wlgle. 'nrqed Seated left to right Phyllls Couch Marllyn Pwper Lee Sorensen Larx5 OMalley and Iola An delson Standxng Alta Flammmg Gwen Jacobs Bob Dunn Ted Danfoxth Ka11Kabe1sernan Ceorge Srnlth Bud L vlnger V1rg1n1a Nelson Elmne MCGIHHIS Ahce Hoxlyk Ruth OConno1 Cad V1 er? and Jean Kenyon On Novembe O V38 the lun or class I r sen ed the three cet correey Don t Keep l-lrm Wcltnng lm Ann Coulter Martens Tne comefy of mwlec 5 rexolve oromd E tty Remble portrcgee ln, 'Vlorvlym Pteper Be ty Q proalems mcltfe peymg bull gettmg 0 job and Coping tum Her lrrespo sable tom Left to right Ted Danforth t fl Q obs x lae Eu Levmger Una Plte Flemrmng A s. 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Each year the homerooms of Yl-lS elect presidents who are to represent them in Student Councll, Meetrnas of the Councll are held every other Tuesday under the supervlsuorl of Bessle Burgl, faculty ad, vfser. The Councul acts as the governtng body ot Yanlston l-llgh School. Some of thelr dutles are the plannmg at Arlckara Day actlvutles, assembly programs and the sole of tuor bonds and stamps. Slucfenl ecuu-wil First row, left to right: Beth Long. James Crowe and Renae Quinnell. Second row: Marilyn Timmons, Patricia Donahue, Lucille Wagner and Dean Brownson. Third row: Eugene Seeley, Karl Kabeiseman and Madeleine Brady. Back row: Mac McGovern and Don Bierle, Standing: Gladys Baade, Charles Burke, Virgil Booth and Ted Danforth. 0 Wirfy 1 l , ' ab vw yxhyihglij, X' i .ff ,rl rf- y J,,f19cf V rr .rn 'fx A Wm, if U '1w'trefff'J Xlxl I U fxrrn: , 01 Wg!! L L--Joeirrrg tre sfuient hoflv IU Ch r Ayr t Fe os heen the resoonsrbrlrty of thts 'groupfjf storfyt-5 Through their own school sorrrt they succee ed In 5, Emu- lotrng the students to greoter school sotrlt. fl ,Milf wel fflfiy ,iffy Left to right Pal Christensen, Lucille Wagner x ff f I ft, Jane Donohoe and Shirley Smith. ' M? J ' MD V1 ' ll 6. ,vfjjtfll M966 'lf . fwrydfjlgfjlfoglf all 7mm First row. left to right: Fern Young. Dolores Slowey, Lois Boller and Ann Burgi. Second row: Arlene Kucera. Shirley Bedner, Dorothy Walsh, Marlys Brownson, Edith Larson and Norma Haar. Third row: Eloise Rogers. Eleanor Kinney. Montelle Darner. Joan Danforth and Mary Lou Johnson. Fourih row: Betty Lou Geelan. Lucille Wagner, Gertrude Ackerman, Jane Donohoe, Madeleine Brady and Marilyn Hohenthaner. "Sr1oppy"untherr red onclwhrte sweoters ond 3lc:rtS, the girls' Drrll teorn performed ot othletc con ts February 4 the members entertorned ot therr onnuol Military Boll whtch feotured the "Rhopsoo,f Blue" theme A Arickora Staff: ',,Y, p.,. ',. M, Xn,r 04' 4 I1 of W 4 f-'iw 'QXA Kroro Cnr? DQKTCTW' vxgerrr Bond: CTE, f,N' m N 'fa GAA: kv 'J r VK F " X Homemoking club: W7 if fr Declomofory Group: "':'y Lrbrory club: T f 'r I Forensic club: ?R'A'I' I f Boys' Homemcking class: Fl l Wok- sope Staff: ' , I ,V 17, X . fro V, Wo ' 5 T' -pr Quill and Scroll: ,mr v' 3,"wr'r'-vw "Y" club: kg o T x . Z x w 'QR :NN J x . , . I-N ,. -4. faery X I YA' STEQ ow on X. Y Y Q Q YQ, ' v , X rwSFr wg 3 N iw N' K. K Q Xi X, V X X r X 7 Q Qxxgxx oN x r :N ui XA 6-144 gk Lv IL G. NAA ,P 1 :AQUA -XA Lf nw LN, L 11'-'L ,B L L 4 , X 'N X A v N , I , ,f UM , - K NA ,5 '41 x ' ' L K .xi , . 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QUHQ O- 31213 Q-O W5 'to 3' 21' -3' mm Q-La 252 ww Athletrc Drrector George Nrelsen and Coach Lewrs Bloom Nrelsen work ed wrth the bc kfreld of the football squad whsle Bloom handled the for ward wall M43 Because of the shortage of seasoned maternal and werght Coach George Nrelsen Installed the fam ous T formatran unto hrs grrdrron strategy and successfully coached the Yankton Bucks through the l943 season wuth a record of frve wrns and four losses Yankton opened the year agarnst the Norfolk Panthers and went dawn rn defeat agaunst a lrghtnrng ground attack l3 to O A sprrrted Wagner eleven held the Bucks to a one pornt vrctory 7 to 6 rn a hard fought contest Sroux Falls subdued the Buck team l8 to O rn the thrrd game of the year but Yankton hat therr wrn nrng strrd In a l2 to 7 trrumph over Cathedral hugh of Sroux Falls and continued to strengthen thelr prestrge wrth a crushrng 30 to O decrsron over the Madrson Bulldogs The Bucks clrmaxed Arrckara Day by rallyrng an the last half to score three touchdowns for a l9 to 6 upset over the Brookrngs Bobcats Vermrllnon ancrent rlval of the Bucks bowed to Yankton I3 to 6 rn another close non conference game Hut hard by rnyurres Yankton traveled ta Sloux Cnty and was swamped by the East Rarders '57 to 6 The tradrtronal Lrttle Brown Jug batt e wrth Mrtchell appeared last on the Yankton schedule The Bucks struggled futrlely for four quarters strrkrng wrthrn Inches of poydrrt but farled to regarn the Lrttle Brown Jug from the Kernels rn a 6 to O defeat Both coaches George Nrelsen and Lewrs Bloom stated that the I943 Buck football squad was one of the best groups of boys wrth whom they have ever had the pleasure of workrng ' .vu II' Q . . . If r .F f .C I - Q4 I ,, ,, . . . . . ' 1 I - N.. . I , 1 ' ' I 1 1 ,af-h'4'A f f - 1 f -f G f ,EC,Q,fLf Mfg may -' Mvnd ffbkfv 13,4 ff-MDOKJ 4,4 ffffwljf K f O ,- 5 B . K J vb' J 4. ,Q . First row, left to right: Bud Doyle, Lowell Toczek, John Tillson, Gordon Johnson, Gene Seeley, Gene Anderson, Rolly Mondini, Jim Doyle, Jerrr S ogebxglhorles Cook, Wolly Boyles ond Jim Crowe. Second W ull? wjl wap Bob Koenig NV Mondini Bennie Kasdan End rd Tackle g 1 '5 -rl ' v 49 J ' ' 4 . l In ,A , V A o n ef F 7 ht a . I - ,f 3.5 -'A'j-1 I 1, Aff., , K- I.. git,-. X .5 " ,f -VA' 1:17 ,T,..,G.. V Bill Pike Gene Seeley Bill Hogan End Guard Tackle WMi m row: Cooczh George Nielsen, Jock Donohue, Gerold Scneel, Duone Phillips, Ernie Wendling, Jim l-lorvey, Bill l-logon, Moc McGovern, Bill Pike, George Bussey, Bob Koenig, Bennie Kosdon, Gene Becker ond As- sistonf Gooch Lewis G. Bloom. I Gordon Johnscn Jack Donahue Bud Doyle Halfback Halfback Quarierback x 1" Gene Anderson Gene Becker Managers G e n e Fullback Ceniel' Mayer 3 n d Wes Smith gleam Llne left to right end Bull Plke to kle Cene Seel y guard Benny Kosclon Center Gene Berker guord Rolly Moncllnl tackle Bull l-logon cmd end Bob Koemg Backheld lwolfoock Go don Johnson follbo k Gene Anderson quorteroock Bud Doyle ond llolfbock Jock Donohue Line, left to right: George Eusiey, Doane Plwllllos, Emle Vu'rnfll'ng, Horn Szuoge, llrn Doyle, Gerald Sclveel, Wolly Boyles Jlm Horvey ond Moc McGoxem Buckfieldz Clones Cook, John Tlllgcn, Jlrn Crow? Gnd Lowell Toflek. uf1fleBucA4 Q.- f"X Q2 Farsi row left to nght Vn en T lxe Vxa er NN endllng lm Alb s Blll Mowbray George Aoled Charles Eu ke ard lx c k Crlfnnw Second row Ja lc On for Cene 'N lson lol n And r an Vlr ll Boo lu Fred S lwlegel rn l Ar l or Learng and Janes larrs Third row Dan A kerrnan Loale Nlslnson Don Clark lark Sfen nn P un 'xlarbc H and R yrlnld ld nsew l aa ll Fourth row Maryln Huber oe woo 1 nl re Q. am e k r Don An era R y Be Len and Lyle Reynolds 4441! ' B ' Coach ' B ' Captain Reynold Hansen caaclwefl hrs flrst year at Y'-lS and Completed a fa r s a th L Bucks Hansen was oooalar wlth players and fans allke ww' Le Llnernan Lyle Reynolds was elected by vote of has teammates lne 7943 Luttle Buck Honorary Caotarn Lyle was known on the fre-ld for has flalwtlng splrlt and h s aggresslve play l i Q -'fx 0 5 Q -A ii Y 'fl v 6 1 fl Q z .Y ti- s 4 u f L ,,- L. . 'X - - . . . ,Lu ng. ' . , V. W 1 ' X l' N- 1 - f ' K-1 ' 1 H, 'r 1. 'r fl.. :'i ,s.f,.-.He , 11. es., g Y, .li - lij, 'N v X ' I P , 1 , , , - s. f auf Srnlllw, Drk Moe, C., f A . e' a la r C fl 1 ' , .l Kal Tek, Callr Mama , Jer' e St 1 le, ,J san, a Q. f . 1 5' 0,26 I I 'F ' AV' ,I , I I I I ' . J' , , .fy ' , M 0 0 I S A x- A A l . vd . - f l A v,l 'fa l 2 e son wltn e lflle , .M ' l I , Q i Usual lffenfaa Cooch Lewis Bloom is respected ond liked by the entire student body of YHS, ond is odmlred by the members of every othletic teom. Yonkton hugh school s l943 44 boslcetboll squod completed o strenuous l6 gome schedule emerging wrth sux wrns suxth ploce an the Eostern South Dokoto conference ond the coveted Luttle Brown Jug Cooch Lewis Blooms boys deteoted Cothedrol hugh of Sroux Folls 36 to 27 In the seosons opener but fell to Mutchell 3l to Zl In the rnrtrol Jug bottle of the yeor Yonkton turned owoy the Vermullron Tonogers 27 to l7 but wos outclossed by Sroux Folls 63 to 34 rn o dozzlrng exhlbrtlon of oftenslve ploy Wrth Lody Luck on theur side the Broo' rngs Bobcots slrppel by the Bucks 26 to 24 In on ESD trlt Yonlcton then lourneyed to Huron ond Aberdeen droppung gomes to the Tlgers 42 to 37 ond Eogles 3l to 2 sron of the Lrttle Brown Jug come to Yonkton rn the second closh wuth the Kernels ond the Bucks trouwced Mntchell 49 to 27 to ovenge the former deteot ond brtng the Jug bock to YHS Wotertown mode no motch tor Yonkton os the Bucks trompled the Arrows 43 to 32 but Mod: on won th rr second gorne ot the seoson from Yonkton 40 to 27 The home teom tucked owoy theur trtth wan of the yeor over Vermrllron 43 to 30 Aberd en trlurnphed ov r the Bucks 38 to 25 ond Sloux Cnty overpowered the locol fave 4l to lo IH o non conference engogement Yonkton splrt o two Qome rood trrp wrth Wotertown ond Brookmgs wrnnrng over the Arrows 33 to 27 ond dropprng o close 33 to 34 contest to the Bobcots The Bucks entered the Southeostern sectronol tournoment ot Verm lllon Morch lO ond were prcked for o berth rn the Stote closs A clossrc ot Sloux Folls I Q4 fl ' 6. Modison invoded the Buck domoln ond edged Yonkton 24 to 22, The tinol chonce of goining posses- ! Um 7eam X Bill u 5 W, l Miiwfw ZH 3 R7wW'cif"!:'7 .3 5 fygfl-f::A MM Ziffm 'Mfffm slam! if wwf wig? 614 XO,5l.nio W WW li41?UH?'EHt Q v 'V I 'BX 'X -' W " was ' 9 -S- Q 4' 'Q "' . 4, Q! -nv f . 1? 'Q 1 .fx ,. 4 A ., fi Q Se:-.Wi 37' x S 3 .Y Y ,S ug, ..,, 3 x 2 is ,. x s 2-2 if lx 1 x' sQ vw Vff Y .IAAQ A 'Sift K N ,Q- x fn tx.. 1' 'M I 1 1 YQ "Vi . 'il ldhl. hi 4 ,Y n ' Wauilffffl i 1- L' I Left to nght Jerome Steckler Jam Doyle Morvan Huber Don Morbocn Gene Seeley ond Don Anderson ErnleWendIung .V ,f Jock Donohue '4 Murroy Glbson I : 1 1 1 1 i 3 5 1 5 5311 ' ? ,1 I 1 . . SX ,C , z ' 1.- Rl 7- 4 xr! 5 ,,,,, " ,'U"l I in J"-ag X' ,M A 14fI H ,K I X , ,yi ll 1J,,,..,! 'I . , , 4 ,fl r h I , .f '.1 4 , f , s X' fu V", 7' fx .x F 1 , W1 K' Q rl ' X734 5- U ' y ' 71 . ' ff: k - ' - -- 1 1 4, To M1 15 f '41-"D " 1 H ., 1 1 Ax ji 1 . iff " '-x., ' . J Q! Fxrst row left Io Ilghf Fxed Schlegelmllch Loule Nuelnson Gene Becker Gene Nelson John An Seann Recofu! Opponents ZI Tyndall Vermflllon Umverslty I-Iugh Vorsrty Reserves Vo In Vo In Mecklmg 36-Goyv: I Ie I7 Vermlllron 4CPGoyvI I Ie 4 Sf A duson and Reynold Hansen fcoachj Second row Don Clark Ted Danfo1th,'F1'ed Jones. barrell An I8- ' ' 9- . . . I4w A 24- I' II- I' 19- ' 4 74nd S7446-J First row, left to right: Walter Wendling. Jim Sreley, Arthur Reetz. Jack Stenson, Virgil Booth, Low- ell Toczek, Art Learing, George Apted, Walter McCallum and Jim Crowe. Second row: Jim Regan, Fred Schlegelmileh, Charles Burke. Russell Poulsen, Paul Smith. Don Clark, Louis Nusinson, Billy Schurtz, Marvin Huber and Reynold Hansen CUB" squad eoaehl. Third row: Lewis Bloom CHA" squad coachb, Gene Nelson. John Andi-isvn, Charles Cook. Gene Mayer, Gordon Johnson, Darrell Booth, Gene Seeley, Frank Cutts. Gerald School and Wally Boyles. Fourih row: Gene Becker, Colin Monfore, Jim Harvey, Darrell Anderson, George Bussey. Mae lVIcGox'ern. Bill Hogan, Bill Pike, Jerorne Steckler, Jack Mowbray, Ernie Wendling and Bob Koenig. If ,L,'. '. 4 '43 Track Letter- rnen-Bud Doyle. Bill Pike and Gordon Johnson Grunt and Groans" Department , Physical Fitness classes during stren- uous workout!! S xg 1 -wg, XX A ' - xx 1' 3 I X 1 , -I r ff' ii Q' r 1 lm JN ' x Ka fx o f I 4 -6045 XD 184 I--4 I .f, x 1 .' - . .f f ,f' .i' g i. Xml E J Rolly Mondmn J ack Donahue Bull Pike Lucllle Wagner Jane Donohoe I aw +L it f1f'f:.',- Shirley Bedner .J Renae Qumnell Y Edith L0 F500 1943 41666256 Left to right: Renae Quinnell, Edith Larson, Bill Pike, Princess Jane Donohoe, Chief Jack Donahue, Rally Mondini, Lucille Wagner and Shirley Bedner. 14 Runner-ups to the Chief and Princess, who acted as attendants included, left to right: Edith Larson, Bill Pike, Renae Quin- nell, Rally Mondini, Shirley Bedner and Lu- cille Wagner. Back rowi Princess Jane Donohoe and Chief Jack Donahue. Map' Princess Jane Donohoe and Chief Jack Dona- hue, elected by the popular vote of the student body reigned over Yankton high school's nine- teenth Arickara Day, Jane is president of the Drill team, captain of the cheerleaders and a rnern- ber of the Junior l-listorical society. Jack heads the senior class, and is prominent in athletics winnina letters in football, basketball and track. Chief Donahue also took part in the Junior class play. l. Hotin' tot 5, Window shop- 7, 2. Out in the cold , 6. Noooleon o n d 84 3. Three Of 0 klfld his colleagues 4. 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