Hoven High School - Greyhound Yearbook (Hoven, SD)

 - Class of 1950

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QVQWQQLAH ffbe Senior' Class of H950 preseafl s THE GREH HUU ND Volume X Hoven Hgh School flovorz ,S Dakoia ,f C' ' f 41 f Z , 3 Y, 7 . - lr ,JF 'Iii KZ? A- A-af A-qv, 4 ferr' 7 I 1, lb QA 69 IDC? Mx: A213 if Rua NX 4 I 1+ Ja 1 :aww ,644-QA 1 " ,Jar OVGWOYLL TO mars own 1950 ANNUAL, A wHoLmsonz AND srncznz ENDEARMENT TO ALL concnanmn THE mmmnomrxc SPECIAL, HONORABLE 5 AND oom rnmn zrronms or ALL, A BOUNTIFUL 'THANK you I N MAY THE ACCOMPLISHM NTS or EDUCATION mxrassszn nmnmwxwn Frammx ENDEAR T0 xoun HEARTS THE PLEASANT m monzms AND rucrnmnms so r1mnomLx onmnxsnzn AND nmrmnnmn wzraour A WELL-ROUNDED A EDUCATION oun wA1 or LIFE woULn TRULI sm A snxr wxraoum CONTROLS A AND A MENAOE TO ALL OIVILIZATION was M ANS or EQUOATION so DEAR AND NmomssARr ro 'oun Egg or Llggf ARE THE MEANS BY WHICH YOU ARE AIDED TO LIVE A FULL AND GO NBTRUOTIVE LIFE MAY YOUR AOOOMPLIBHIENTB FROM EQUQATION BE OONBTRUED BY THE EXCLAMATION 'FOR gg-A-VEN'B gl' NOT BE DIBREGARDED BUT PLACED TO DEFINITE WORK FOR 'IQQR ' gggg ranouoa ramen MORAL AND WHOLEHEARTED mrroars WILL EVOLVE THE PEACQIQL AND DESIRED TRAITB OF ALL MANKIND FOR A NATION IB AB STRONG AND PEACEFUL A5 ITB INDIVIDUALS . - Buptf R. J. 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A A 'fl , A A... ll' AIAA P X Xi ' L- ,xg A . - dfwr,-y, 5 'W 3I3'ed lCCltlO Fl O55 Ci 7 J, TED 'ro SUPERINTENDENT TIC PRINCIPLES NGS HAVE THIS ISSUE OF THE GHEYHOUND IS DEDICA R J NOVAK THE ENOBLING IDEALS AND THE DEMOCHA WHICH HE HAS INCULCATED IN HIS ADMINISTRATIVE DEALI MADE HIS EFFORTS WORTHWHILE O YEARS THAT MR NOVAK HAS BEEN AT HOVEN HIGH SCHOOL HE HAS WON THE ESTEEM AND CONFIDENCE OF THE FACULTY, THE STUDENTS AND THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY I JJ I J Q O. -'f I, an-M.. X : I Ni:-, ,Q lg V U . A N J Nd A X . '. A' S N 9 1 I , I C 'X .5 .3 ,K l4,f X NE! N Q 1 QD IN THE TW . . A AH. ff' , fi? Q I INS? I if X2 gf! ,, Q' xg 026019 QD K 8 awag! V6 9 urs Q. B Fi IE 3.8 R vga. L.: 5 if UNHN WIQU. 15 H1-ION orc! 90 C1 rp -39lb 3 CL+LLl"g ix X X I ff if f in f f X -g ff X X X Th L V 4+ c HSV' 6 r 'le P 4 'fb , . O W + Jf je' P M 'JV' ' 1' yur' MZ N SI H VUPHR SI Coenist y an4 Matkemat' s Creighton Universitr Cmaha Iebraek Social Scler ee ar4 r lieh Ma y ount College Salina Kansas E R KAUF.AN B Social Scien ee Dakota hesleyax Unive sity Vitchell, South Daxota ur' rZCL1fZiz R J NOVAK B Suoerintendent end Coach Biology and Athletics Yankton College 'Those who educate children well are more to be honored than even their parents for these only give tnen life thoqe the er of living well W Aristotle O S B B A and duels College Kansas SISTER f TARoI5lA Commer 'al Marymount Salina, A STSTER BFVVDICT JOSPPH B SUE9x,'l Sioux City University of South Dakota Vermillion South Dacota Fuel ani Briar Cliff Collese Iow R F GE Agricultu al Education South Daxota State Collebe Broominvs South Dakota 3-4 allllll it 41,51 MR. . . . , . A. A A., , . 'wr fu K'-, I A i . , . , t . -- 1 STE H. - C HE, C.S.B,, B. S. L. C ' , . . ., . . Z 1 r U .. ,e cl I 1 A q S , x ,. V A , A .cn SISTER M. MARCELLA, O.S.B., B. . l -n- S- , 0.3. ., B. A., M. M , 1: - ..n E.: 1 H c , H r m 3 , , a , .. . , , I I f Y v - m,f',J,-fr A- Y " ' MR. . . F , . A. MH. . D. AD N, B. S. - c r. ' z ' h r '. ' LA I Q J , I I 4.1 .0 3' From Left 0 R1s't Hiche d Dau Qiient Betty Bertha Secretary Trea r T a Jr D J4ve Presiiewt Suwerlutenqent R J YOJSK T e f1'e t vu cll lvee he pzwlle am oonorf ity to prectlce making meir owm ie 1 19 e, o shox the the weed for c1ref1 CIWH ht to helm them we op tue at 11 J to see 1n1 conelier to F of question and to f ep a Q St f-4 'Nh D 4 F14 4d iw 5 Vamazer Rosemary Xaisen r fa or Leo Sceer Ld to Peatrine S hae Typist Standing Bette Qer' A A este r e Fd m e f' e wut o tb everw e fort to make tne 1950 J1EYHOUJD H f' ee 11 e I9 n Qigre leh School . f'. f.- f, In Q t ef ,--f Q? 0 . t YJ --. .. r - S, Pre- J- , ' ' , . '- , - sure 5 .0 n Tf mtv, '-, - - L .tg L, 1 , A . . -X' K. .h, 3.1m n G' n 1 t. xA 1 4- guw . 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If 0mtStudcenTI Counwoall Giussllepvesenfninvee From Left to Right Seated Richard saus, Betty Bertha, Joan Turner, Suoerintendent H J N van Sta Pin, harlan Hausch Wa.y Joan Titgen Janice Simon, Ray ond Kaup, Jilson Pruys, Anthony V ei, stty A Goebel, Jo Ann Kaup Or various o cssione Q oerinte iemt Novsx met with he Student Council ur New mu During the first semester, We scnool periodical PURPLE AND GRAY was edited bv the Senior olass witfx Leo Scnerr editor "'he second half of the year publication responsibilities were danded over to tue Jundors The paper is a mimeogzaphed publication which nas re eived 'mon or ise from school paper critics Through the generosity of the 19b9 and 1950 gxaduating classes a new up to date A B Dick 'mimeograpn vas pur hased wmlch is an asset to the Publication Department I K V V- 6 1 I 1' Q ' " za I ' 1 ' I L e 3 A s d 01 a i M - 4 r al J f r " , X H t I, ' xf . xi 1 1 1 lx 4, X u -- Z , T A ...'oC'. .n.3:' . ..,.r L, . rn. ' .. .M ..nz' Et . . A c , , -ul . na . .Y ' . . t. U and the Claes Representatives to make decisions on certain school matters. D s N 1 4 5 ,T - 9 1 psf .f F I II ,h I 8 1 QQ' K Ln ... . tr, " , 1 , . -, r . - . .I l v 4 1 A ' , ' 3 .. ' .. L 2 - - . . . M . I o , E , 2 af? bc-:ST cmd Q 90 How. , Od Nplll do We Pgst N V -. ,. ,, ..- F - A "' , a . ef X . ,Nz - afuh, . Q L. 4 . ! , L o nof look orward P 5 16 wbcd' rnaghl' happen low f .wmorrovo Hoe some Everlaslirag I fiaflaea' who cares or Sou X, 1 foclag wall Rake care o you imhnmorrow and every da E llzerjle wall slaaelrl you fmmkn !GD5ll ermg orjle wall gave gou sl7'eng7'l2 f6 bear' ll' Be af AL? f ,Peace liven andloufasado I all anxious Tf2ouglo7'5 and amagaracflions Saanl' rarzcas cle ale ff QCLHSS S a 1 L D SI f , la' Y 4 ga, . lf, , 3 - U, . bu ll li N 4 9 E 5 All ' 1 Y 1 1. ." . ' - ' 7 lr A L l :.'-I , . J fd . , 1.77 al? a a a E v I - ll' fl ll - . . . .- ,ri " of o ' J aw . 'Wa kr 1 5 3 . WU a l Cav . . . Q .Zi l . ,,' ' I ' 5 . .. 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' .5?5L1g?a,,, a a hh 9' fa-l nf , A ff-,a,:.fgLx"1', A..-w"'5ow..1T.L.gg-g::f4'lf 97 ' 'HARRY' RUDY UEDDYW 'BILL' uJ0n 'GENE' HRAYI 'RAINY' nARTu 'GINNYu 'BUTCH' 'BOOGIE' 'RUSTY' 'HAGGIE Senior Dignifg Dick Bu ue -W ' ii Presnde,ns1 ot the Sfud ent Council Wi leon Prugs - amor C1055 resldenf' SW-r-Ly .gf Donald Houck 'Vnce preeldenlx 05611 Tlarg Kaiser ecrefarg 1 easuren GORDOI ARJSTRONG 'Budiy' nStud1ous a d humorous Ag Representative 4 Dramatice 3 U Student anager U Paper Staff 3 U Greyhound Staff b FFA U RICHARD BAUS 'Dicxn nStud1ous and friendly W Glee Club 3 U Drama tics 3 5 Football 3 U Phy Ed 2 3 Paper Staff 3 U Pep Club U Student Council President U Operetta b VIOLA BEITELSPA HTH NVIN nTall courteous and always busy W Band 3 D glee Club l 2 3 Pep Club l 2 3 M, Dramatice 3 U Paper Staff 3 U BETTE BERINGER 'Bets' 'Bra1ny, witty and fun to be with W Clee Club 2 D Greyhound Staff M Voice U Mixed Octet U BETTY BERTHA 'Butcnn Uluiet petite and cute ' Band 2 3 U Glee Club U Pep Club 1 2 3 E, Pixy Queen Candidate 2, Cheer Leader 3 Class Officer 1 2 3 Paper Staff 3 H Student Council Secretary Treasurer H Essay Contest Winner 3 Pep Club Officer M Majorette 3 MARGARET BRENNER 'Marg' 'Friendly calm and alert H Paper Staff 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 U Dramatlce 3 M MARVIN BRENNER 'Marv' 'Quiet Suffers from Inertia ' Football Phy Ed 1 Paper Staff 3 U Basketball 3 M Dramatics 3 b JOHN CULLING- 'Jacnie' 'Vim vigor and fun ' Band A 3 H, Glee Club 3 Operetta M Cheer Leader 4 Dramatics 3 M, Declam M Paper Staff 3 D, Voice Essay Contest Winner 3 Quartet u ! , I ' R ' B ,A ' A ' 'TA 7 2 "L -- x . Tl .U ' ' 1 ' M ' ' 1 " 1 - 1 - va-. ' . 1 , 4 " 1 ' 1 - 0 ' 1 ' 1 n Club 1-2-3-M, Band 5:3-U, Paper Staff 3-M, Dramatics 3-M, Declan U, Pep 1' '3' 1 1 1 1 ,,.,,,,., "" 1 1 ' "' " 1 , "" . 1 ' 'ur -,i,,., -,,-,,,,,,,."" I 0 ' - 31 Q 0 --1 - Q ' 1 , 1 ' 'L - -li. 1 1 ' 1 "' 3.1 Q u 'F K X QRKRQ Q Leo ?Cherrrj' D0ri5ffl7D.A: Rus'l'5" 5 h ' C, err' Ka rbi Margarefmam 3 Marvnn NGYV Br en ner Ba ennev Ragpzggg Rag Bevrgilr nn Delo res 'Boog ie' Heuer 'S' Donald Hagq e jlugernan 3 Deaagfdq I Q- ! . . - N", 'ln - 4' 4 v -14 4 xg A F V V' Q B54 As" K X za be JWH ,' T. .tg 4 - S ' " 'T emor lgnn gf HAROLD DUTT--'Harry' 'Thoughtful, reasonable, 1nformed.' Quartet 3-b, Football 3-4 Glee Club 3-M, Dramatics 3-b, Basketball 3 Paper Staff 3-M Pep Club 4 Operetta M MARLIN DUTT--'Kitty' 'Shy sensible calm ' Glee Club 3-D Quartet 3-M, Dramatlcs 3-5, Paper Staff 3 U, Pep Club Basketball 3, Operetta U DEAN GIEBE--'Rudy' 'Humorous brains to use ' Band 2-3-D Glee Club 3-M Dramatlcs 3-5, Paper Staff 3 M Pep Club U Basketball 2 3 M, Football DON HAGEMAN - Haggis 'A right all around good guy" Glee Club b Footba 1 3 M, Basketball 3 N, Phy Ed 1, Paper Staff 3-M Dramatics 3 ARTHUR HARTUNG--'Tony' 'A pleasant smile for everyone ' Glee Club M Paper Btaff 3 E, Dramatlos 3 M, Phy Ed 1 Operetta M PETER HARTUNG- 'Pete' 'Happy disposition Industrlous ' Phy E 1 Paper Btaff 3 5 Dramatios 3 4, Glee Club 4 Operetta M DONALD HAUCK--'Donnie' 'Dependab1e, dreamy and progressive ' Paper Staff 3 F Dramatlcs 3 U Declam U Class Officer 4 Basketball l-2-3, Glee Club 3-U Essay Contest Winner 3 Quartet 3 b Pep Club M Operetta M ENQEE - osie u ious, peppy an a grea ea o un Greyhgggd BtafrKkISER- 'R ' 'St d d t d 1 f f ' G ss 3 5 Class Officer 3 U Pixy Queen Candidate 2, Drum Majorette U Paper Staff 3 H Declam 2 3 U, Dramatlcs 3 U, Greyhound Staff U 'Bnow Queen Candidate H, Pep Club Officer 3 M Pep Club 1 2 3 M Operetta 4 DOR 8 AN T -'Rust ' 'Sweet lovable and industrious ' Pixy Queen Cand1d:tL'l -5? SE 5 Z, Band 3 L, Pep Club Officer U, Paper Staff 3-U Operetta 4, Pe Club 1 2 3 , Dramatics 3 h RQIEOND EAU 'Rai' 'Happy go lucky ' Basketball M Glee Club 4, Paper Staff rama los 3 Phy Ed 1, Prize Typist 3 Pep Club M Operetta M EUGENE KOEHN 'Gene 'Easy Come Easy Go ' Basketball 3 M Football 3 b Paper'BfEf? 3 U, Dramatics 3 M Phy Ed 1, Pep Club JAM 8 LITZEN 'Jim' 'Witty Life ls a song to him ' Ph Ed 1, Glee glub Et Football E, Basketball b, Paper Staff 3 U, Dramatlcs 3 , Pep Club M pere a W BON PRUYB- 'Bill' 'Tall, light and well mannered ' Paper Staff 3 U Phy Ed 1 Dramatics 3 M, Class Officer H, Pep Club U, Basketball 1 2 3 M EDWARD RAUBCH 'Eddy' 'L1ttle, but swift Comedian ' Dramatlcs 3 M Phy Ed 1 Pep Club M Glee Club 3 M Operetta U Basketball M, Pa- per Btaff 3 Candldite 3 Glee Club l 2 3 M, Dramatics 3 b, Paper Staff 3 M Operetta Pep CRENEE 2RZUuCH ' ' ' I S Rainy Determined Persevering Glee Club 1 2 3 Dramatlcs 3 U Declam 2 3 U, Paper Staff 3 U Pep Club 1 2 3 4, Operetta DELORE8 REUER- 'Boogie' 'Blcnd, pretty and fun loving ' Dramatics 3 Paper Btaff 3 U Glee Club l 2 3 4, Band 3 U Operetta b BEATRICE BCHAEFER- 'Bea' 'A darling if there ever was one ' Snow Queen Candidate E, Majorette 3 U, Dramatlcs 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 H, Paper Staff 3 M Pep Club 1 2 3 M Greyhound Staff b DAR Candidate M, Office Secretary 3 M Sextet 3 0Peretta M LEO BCHERR- 'Cherry' 'Br1ght, courteous and dependable ' Band 2 3 U Glee Club 3 E, Operetta U Dramatios 3 M Declam 2 M Phy Ed 1, Greyhound Staff U, Boy Btater 3, Pep Club M, Paper Staff 3 b Basketball 1 2 VIRGINIA SCHMIDT 'Ginny' 'studious and ambitious ' Glee Club 1 2 3 M Operetta 5, Paper Staff 3 M, Dramatics 3 D ARTHUR BEURER- 'Art' 'Tall, dark and handsome ' Basketball 1 2 3 M Paper Staff 3 5 Football 3 Glee Club 3 U Dramatics 3 U Marshal U, Pep Club U Phy Ed 1, Operetta L JOAN TURNER- 'Jo' 'Quiet and observant ' Majorette 3 b Student Council E Pixy Queen Candidate U, Dramatios 3 M, Glee Club l 2 3 U Paper st'f'I?mi' 5X151?J1u'2wiB?1p35'cu21i'f"55'i'i "1"Bb3i't0'EffI1- P 0 h 1 1 s a atlve as ep lu 2 3 Dramatics 3 5 Glee Club 2 3 U, Operetta M, Paper Staff 3 M li- 1 1 1 "- - ' L, ' ' . ' 1 , 1 . ' "' , 3"u'- EIR , 1 1 , . , " ' s e 3 'bs " - - e e p . e . . d. ' ' 1 " 1 1 " 1 " 1 1 1 . 1 1 " 1 1 1 1 u - - -. -. ' " 1 ' " ' 1 "' 1 " " " 1 - 0 , 00 1.1 -1-2-Z- - . , P-- - - - - - -.' 1 ' 1 " 1 0 - 1 1 - ..- I l . .. , - I " 'Z' . 1 1 1 1-I+. 1 " 1 . 1 . ' REGINA RAUBCH--'Gina' 'Fortunate. Harmless as a kitten.' Pixy Queen 1 ' " " " " 1 1 - C - ' -- . . - - -M -. - - -, - - - 1: .. .. . ,,,l,5,' ' 1 ' " " " 1 - ' ' 1 " " ' . ' 1 " " ' 1 1 " 1 , . it -. g - , " p o 0 a I "'-1 " 1 ' 1 1 L " ","A1 ' ' " " 1 0 I . v..- G'2EL'i?2i52Z3.5i dw l Thur' H ,Seurer Rerjgse Iguinq Y 1 XV Q Q, Q. 5 J' ' " aT 'ce-'T' 4" 5aQi..gfgCk'6 Be5f,nKhege.1 Soon E50 ffurn TD' Mari m rliaffg jlcu rrjjyaftgld Pkegiglascf-ana 6' ' Li! , 'V' W "" - g f" J " A I " A r er' U 3 t s Qx Q 4 U 0, b 'ff 1 1 ,- , U 1' .. W axis Q ku X505 l ui ' G lace Prop hesg 'OLD MAN MCSE' looked thirty years into the future and observed the following, concerning the CLASS OF 1950 WILSON PRUYS President of the PRUYSIAK CAR COMPANY went back to HOVEN to visit after a thirty year stay in Chicago He was walki down Manhat- tan Street in HOVEN when he observed the sign 'CULLING BAR Entering, he saw JACK CULLING speaking with DELDRES REUER, famous can-can dancer WILSON was informed that DEIDREB was daily appearing ln EDWARD RAUSCH'S new comedy show, 'SHIPS AHOY ' The 'backer' for his show was EUGENE KOEHN, a multi millionaire, who acclaimed his fortune by judging beauty contests The latest contest held was for 'MISS HOVEN,' which prize was won by ANNA MARIE ZWEEER Saying goodbye, he walked on farther and spied LITZEN'S MEMORIAL HOSPITAL where the chief doctor was JAMES LITZEN His supervlslng nurse was Mrs Lltzen, the former RENEE RAUSCH The eh1ldren's ward of the hos- pital was under the supervision of two expert registered nurses, VIRGINIA SCHMIDT and MARGARET BRENNER After having toured the hospital WILSON went to the new HOVEN COLLEGE which was under the administration of Superintendent DONALD HAUCK and President LEO SCHERR Here also, he found that the head of the agriculture department was none other than GORDON ARMSTRONG while BETTE BERINGER supervised the Home Making Department As he was coming out of the college building he saw Mrs Hauck waiting to take DONALD home Mrs Hauck is the former ROSEMARIE KAISER She in vlted WILSON to dinner and then they went for a drive in the country A they drove along they came upon the HARTUNG FARM owned and operated by PETER and ARTHUR HARTUNG Their mansion like homes loomed up at opposite ends of the farm Driving on farther they came upon the HAGEMAN GIESE DAIR FARM which back they went to RADIO STATION H H S owned by RICHARD BAUS, with VIOLA BEITELSPACHER working as his secretary Here the group listened to the 'PRUYSIAK CAR COMPANY PROGRAM' featuring the sensational DUTT BROTHERS HARRY and MARLIN Guest appearance was BETTY BERTHA famous Hollywood columnist She was covering the personal appearance of two of Hollywcod's film 'lovel1es,' comedienne BEATRICE SCHAEFER and dramatic actress DORIS ANN XARST After the broadcast DICK BAUS called all the classmates of 1949 1950 for a reunion He surprised WILSON PRUYS by taking him to the 'FABULOUS STETSON HERBY' owned by JOAN TURNER who had employed REGINA RAUSCH as her hostess The grand reunion was held there The door burst open and SERGEANT MARVIN BRENNER toughest cop around pushed ahead of him, the latest 'heart throb' of millions of bobby soxers, orooner RAYMOND KAUP WILSON was looking for one more classmate, ARTHUR SEURER Inqulring, he learned that ARTHUR had secured a huge fortune operating a 'LONELY HEARTS' CLUB ' and that he was now on the look-out for a girl all his own Hearing a screech, WILSON turned and saw that ARTHUR had found his 'one and only' DORIS ANN KARST A good time was had by all at the outstanding REUNION OF 1980 I , . I 1 D 0 e . S had become nationally famous for a new breed of dairy cattle. On their way l 9 I , - 9 1 I Y. U 1 Z ,Bgfifg 3B efs " ,Barr inger 'I' YeIi1rr1'rE?g 6 1' 1nsM:s:.Puf-6 H r'l1'1ur1'Tor1r5' ,Har'I'ung WQBQQS mcTh'3P Eugilinien Q1 w.-Q 15 V4 'MV 'Vfbla "Wi " B A?1'el spacher 5aiIT9F2e2'm Raux A4 K Q.. ., . . . 4. .. Q., 1 J. . .. U f XX A Q 1 ' 3 ' " f A J' " Edward "Edd9' o nor ,Sfuclenia RS A9 of A' QL: - 4 2- 1' .lv -04 I ..- V P .o Us 7 l 1 y M A ' L f A L90 ,Schemg . if I G'or'dOn,6rm5Tron9 75 al u.1VcL1TJ Fi 0.11. delcgafe fo Kansas CHE ,vuiediclfyricul A 1949 delegate to Boys' EJYQT6 Beufrice ,Schae get DQR. Canclidcdk Snow Queen, Candidate :Will and Teslarnenil We, the 1950 Seniors of Hoven High School, being of sane mind and spirit, do make, publish and declare this as our LAST WILL and TESTAM NT To the faculty we bequeath appreciation for a task well done To the incoming Freshmen we leave some of the beams of our radiant faces so there will be some brightness in the school To the Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors of '51 we bequeath our ability to learn WILSON PRUYS wills his basketball ability to Bobby Wendling, and his of fice as president of the senior class to Jim Stuwe ROSEMARX KAISER wills her majorette uniform to Maritta Herman, and her ability to get along with her fellow school mates to Theresa Engel DONALD HAUCK wills his ability to keep quiet in the assembly to Jimmy Lemler, and his speech ability to Eugene Schaefer BEATRICE SCHAEFER wills her majorette uniform to Rose Brenner and her studious attitude to Arlan Koehn DICK BAUS leaves his art of slaying cards to Melvin Simon and his natur ally straight hair to Richie Huber BETTY BERTHA wills her clarinet to Raymond Sautner and her position on the Student Council to Betty Ann Goebel JACK CULLING wills his art of cheerleading to Ralph Wheeler and his cor ner in the assembly to Elsie Jane Arbach REGINA RAUSCH leaves her smiling face to Leo Hartung and her giggle to Jeanette Schaefer HARRY DUTT leaves his notebook with Jac: Janis and his curly hair to Lloyd Rausch RENEE RAUSCH wills her pair of new heels to Mary Joan Titgen and her dra matic ability to Robert Rader DORIS ANN KARST wills her good posture to Margaret Rusza and her way of gettin around to Rose Marie Weibel 2 VIN BRENNER wills his ability to forget assignments to Leland Jost and his intense interest in football to Alfred Reuer ANNA MARIE ZWEBER wills her slenderness to Clara Meyer and her shy attl tude to Nickle Lltzen MARLIN DUTT wills his tenor voice to Leo John Artz and his bashfulness to Kenny Banlk DELORES REUER wills her letter writing to Jo Ann Kaup and her enjoyment of dancing to Jimmy Hoffman ARTHUR SBURER wills his ability to get out of the assembly to Juanita Hartung and his school spirit to Dennis Titgen JOAN TURNER wills her ability to twirl a baton to Marlyn Rae Gaden and her place as vice president of the student council to Anthony Engel RAYMOND KAUP wills his orderly desk to Lorraine Lesmeister and his teas ing ability to Ronald Litzen her good behavior to Arnold drlch MARGARET BRENNER wills her'ab111ty for information to Merici Schaefer and Z' wffi if, ,f 4- Will and Tesfamenl ccontl EDWARD, RAUSCH wills his shortness to Joyce Spindler and his ability to misunderstand words to Mary Ann Brehmer BETTE BERINGER wills her thoughtfulness to Alice Rausch and her singing ability to Lavonne Bitzer JAM Q LL1gE ,w1lls his height to Harlan Rausch and his careful driving to Janice Simon VIRGINIA SCHMIDT wills her knowledge of shorthand to Betty Rose Arbach and her note book to Bobby Simon PETER HARTUNG wills his ability to operate the mimeograph to Dennis Titgen and his good looking neighbors in the assembly to James Lemler VIOLA BEITELSPAQEER wills her place in the band to Mary Ann Brehner and her musical ability to her sister Violet ARTHUR HARTUNG wills his ability to sleep in the assembly to his brother Leo and his desk in the assembly to Richard Huber LEO SCHERR wills his ability to get along with the teachers to Roger Klein and his tuba to Norman Simon DONALD HAQEMAN wills his basketball letter to Royce Lee Hackl and his football uniform to Lloyd Rausch DEAN GIEBE leaves his sense of h mor to Janet Spindler and his love for cookies to Roger Klein EUGENE KOEHN leaves his freckles to Merlci Schaefer and his basketball shoes to Ronald Litzen GORDON ARMSTRONG wills his brains to Leo John Artz and his studious habits to Robert Wendllng In the School the number admitted in C ass lstor fall of l9b6, thirty one FRESHMEN were admitted to Hoven High these, only one dropped out, namely Roger Theunlssen This left of FRESHMEN at thirty, which was the largest freshmen class the history of Hoven High School The following year Gordon Armstrong, Donald Hauck, Virginia Schmidt Harry and Marlin Dutt entered Hoven High as SOPHOMORES However, Mary Jo Duffy, Cletus Mulloy and Arnold Schmidt left Hoven and attended schools elsewhere This brought the number of SOPHOMORES to thirty two This year Betty Bertha and Donald Hauck were candidates for Pixy Queen and Marshal In their JUNIQR year the class numbered thirty one Donald Rondorf and Dennis Titgen dropped out and Rosemarie Kaiser came in This year the candidates for Pixy Queen and Marshal were Regina Rausch and Dean Giese MUSIC IN THE VALLEY' was selected as their class play which was presented on December 5, 1948 n May l9b9 the annual JUNIORPSENIOR banquet and prom was held The Juniors planned the decorations in which the Dutch theme was carried out In September 1949 the FREEBIES of l9b6 were SENIORS at last Their number still remained at thirty one since no one left or came during that year The class was proud of the fact that it was the largest to graduate from Hoven High School The members of this class participated in the various extra curricular activities offered, as glee club, dramatics, declam band, football, basketball and track l Q . Of - . . I if 1 ,Junior effing ff Left to Right Bottom Row W-iary Therese Meyer, Rosemarie Rausoh Phyllis Zweber, Richard Huber Arnold Edrion Roger Klein Elaine Kaup, Alice Sohae fer, Betty Ann Goebel, Rose Brenner Top Row James Hoffman, Robert Simon James Stuwe Royce Lee Hacxl, Dennis Titgen, Anthony Engel Marlyn Rae Gaden Maritta Herman, Joyce Solndler La Vonne Bitzer, Lorraine Lesmeister mqxca Q 492 O' 16' 1' Claes f resedenf' ffreasureg SQ X life 4 1 Q2 ii . ff, 67 A Qi :ace 'ite 2 ,ve A f xi " y x lo ' V 'Se Q- Z' X' , 'Cyn s Q,-. Q7 .E 1' w V 5iwM0PQkw5INa9 Come Uverjo Uurjfousfl Nu:-lr 0 I Z1 an-,ii jhfgl fa- L Qiefglil 43"- 5521! M 'ii 'R'-an 'lu' 'TQ' , I dw-EW F .-dl' Misa ,L ,-41' Jin M if Q3Q?T Mfg I , Q' . 1 A n .. f X, 9 sf ' If -- . -41 l. ir I . 5 , Q V, .. - ,JI s X' N f .s X. , I 1 , M., -g ,tl-' N - ' If pi f .QL N L , if It , Pi J -+I ',f"'in 1' 1, I 1 .kg Q, ,- . M Y, U "'3-'va ,MX AM' ix 0 ,, .,,,:,-,Q , x W., V . -- it ui' ,ls - 5 Li ,Sl q-i 14 L, limi L 'fl ' . 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N , ,, f H , LJ 'M ' -V N Q if h E it - - ' S 15-L 21 x, ' ,r, Q 1- sbfigfi- K: A.Ak A' - J.Tq w ER1J'f ,Sophomore Dveaming5AdA Left to Right Bottom Row Leo Hartung Robert Frost Jeanette Schaefer Betty Rose Arbaoh, Rosemarie Welbel, Viola Meyer, Janice Simon Janet Spind ler, Margaret Rneza, James Lemler, Kenneth Banik Top Row Mr Fadgen Ad visor, Jack Janis, Mary Kay Litzen Merici Schaefer, Clara Meyer Eugene S1 mon, Violet Beitelspaoher, Elsie Jane Arbaeh Mary Joan Titgen Donald Koehn Class CYS-ucers reendenli V fi3CC"C1f0LL5d 1 Waco Jeigitw l ef N l l YZ- - K A we P J ' J e X ff, ' 'B N N 1 0 ' o I 5 4 ' 3 ,I X - . if f' . ,V ff 5-lr ' Q XDQLQX eg X 13 Li X eshmen jfope uls Left to Right Bottom Row Arlyn Koehn, Norman Simon, Eugene Schaefer, Ralph Wheeler, Alice Rausch Jo Ann Kaup Mary Ann Brehmer, Michael Simon Lloyd Bausch Harlan Rausch Top Row Mr Kaufman, Advisor, Ronald Litzen Robert Rader, Robert Wendling, Raymond Sautner, Theresa Engel, Renee Schae fer, Loretta Hartung Leland Jost Alfred Heuer, Leo John Artz .1 Q Q 4 C Class Cs d C frcsadegf en Rzn1cLld m1'aaTzon Lnfzerz Dcuj J' A - na", I 2 - by Q' A 'ef . 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A in QS egg Off' G Cne ficnehce gg., and The Agriculture Department was opened in the school term l9Ul l9U2 by Mr R J Reneink Both Shop and classes were conducted ln Room F of the main building A War Production Course was started ln 1943 by Mr Renslnk and later by Mr A J Hericks The next year this course was discontinued Both Ag and Shop were reinstated this term Mr Richard D Fadgen was the new instructor The classroom sessions were conducted in Room F of the main building However, a new addition, the annex housed the shop It is located along the north side of the auditorium with dimensions of 17' x 29' had been only a two year course The Agricultural Courses are as follows first year, Crops and Bolle second year Animal Husbandry, third year, Farm Management, fourth year, Farm Mechanics Courses three and four are alternated each year A K I ll A The department is now a four-year arrangement, whereas previously it ',e,,,,abe'H2er Hoa ea-f or d . 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A e er, A1 c c e e . op : Renee Hausc , 4 1 e , . r o c e e , C ara r, Marlyn Rae ' p r, Jo c p n r, V1 a e spacher, Mary Q Rau h, La Vo ne 1 z , p. 0514!-e '10 5-15-4 0+-9 mgaaam HJ!!-iK0v4 0'-IMC 1-in-10 05: lol. +2 -M-eh oo gmnm o -ic: odd md.-Jmbd 91 BOYS' QUARTET The boys' quartet began in 19U8 19b9 They placed SECOND at the District Mu sic Contest in 1949 and are preparing to take part 1 the 1950 contest From le t t right Marlin Dutt Harry Dutt, Jack Janis, Accompanist Jack Oulling an Donald Hauck SOLOISTS ACCOMPANISTS Students who are doing solo work and contributing to as- sembly programs concerts and other public performances Seated from left to right S Arbach R Weibel J Janis B Goebel M Mem Standing E Ar bach T Engel, M Rusza, V Beitels paoher, M Titgen Viola Beitelspacher A Schaefer, B Be ringer, M Gaden M Litzen J Kaup, A Reuer J Spind ler g J J , li U Vw m a A C , I 3 'K n lit' ' s ,rw M' Quin V n if . f O , E1 g ' AL.' . 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