Hoven High School - Greyhound Yearbook (Hoven, SD)

 - Class of 1951

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'B '4 ', , W ,", 'xg SISTER M EUPHROBINE O S B B SISTER M TARCISIA 0 S B B A Chemistry and lathematios Commercial and Music Creighton University Marymount College Omaha Nebraska Salina, Kansas X' I r as K , Sw f , 5 X 3 , ' X X . , . . ., . S. . , . . ., . . , SISTER H. HLROELLA, 0.S.B., B. A. SISTER K. AMIOA, O.8.B., B. F. L., H. I. Y ff 3 T? ' 1 I A Scelal Sciences and English Marymount College Salina Kansas IR B R IAUFMAN B A Social Sciences Dakota Wesleyan Unlversit Kitchell South Dakota Music and Speech University of South Dakota Vermillion South Dakota Catholic University of America Washington D C XR R D FADGEN B B Agricultural Education South Dakota State College B ookings, South Dakota S.. sw Q I bldg UNL FACULTY SPONSOR PRESIDENT Anthony Engel VICE PRESIDENT Elaine Keup BECRETAR! TREASURER From left to right Anthony Engel Roger Klein Elaine Kaup, Jack Janis Superintendent Novak Leland Jost Virginia Klein Mary Therese Meyer Serving as the central governing agency of the Students' Association of Hoven High School is the Student Oouncil This group of association officers seeks to guide the .' student body in promoting and extending student activities, in enhancing student self government, and in furthering mutual understanding between faculty'and students. A QQML.. Superintendent Novak Mary Therese Meyer 5 ' 5 i . 1-1 f' ICI' . 1 f . De i be - 1 . ,Q Q 5 I 7? . aj, . , . l .X 1 ,f - ' , , 1 H . .Yi v - v 2 1 1 1 I I , Q . -il gl I v 'Y 5 Q 5 C -vm- -, . I -E . 'gl 1 'lu3vz I EDITOR IN CHIEF F-0300 L00 H9-Ckl Rosemarie Bausch SPORTS EDITOR Ka Betty Ann Goebel ASSISTANT EDITOR Richard Huber ABBIBTANT MANAGER ., nr A., .M ' X "f Rl 5 A fx yf 1 -Q Gre bound fd In 55135 aw S 1:n1nr5 'ir 135' W AC' STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Grouped Above PRESIDENT Anthony Engel VICE PRESIDENT Mary Therese Meyer SECRETLH TREASURER Elaine Keup SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Grouped Below PRESIDENT Bette Ann Goebel VICE PRESIDENT llerlyn Rae Geden Bl:0RI2!ARY-'!RlASUHlR-- Rosemarie Rene eh ,5em0rDLgnl1f5 LAVONNE BITZER 'Vonn1e' 'Although she doesn't shook you she is a live wlre ' Girls' Chorus 1 2 3-4, Mixed Chorus 3-4 Majorette 3 Operetta 3-4 Band 4 Paper Staff 3-4, Dramatics 3-4 Pep Club 1 2 3-4 ROSE JOSEPHINE BRENNER 'Jo' 'Frjendly easy to talk to ' Dramatics 3-4 Pep Ulu5 1 2 3:5 Paper Staff 3 ANTHONY ENGEL 'Tony' 'What's Van got that Tony hasn't ' Phy Ed 2 Basketball 2 3:4 Football 3 4, Deolam 3-4 Track 2 3-4 Student Council Representative 3, Paper Staff 3 4, Student Council President 4, Dramatlcs 3-4 Bo Stater 3 y ARNOLD EDRICH 'Arnie' 'Put your troubles into a pocket with a hols in it ' Pep Club l 2 3-4 Band 1 2 3 Phy Ed l 2, School Paper 3 4 Class Officer 3, Dramatlos 3-4 Greyhound Staff 4 MARLYN RAE GADEN 'Lyn' 'She can sing she can dance, and has a knack for romance ' Class Officer 1 2-4, Girls' Chorus 1 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 3-4 Operetta 3-4 Pixy Queen 3 Majcrette 2, Band 1 2 3-4 Octet 1 3-4 Sextet 2, Cheerleader 1 2 u Solo 1 2 3-4, Declam 4 Dramatlos 3-4, Paper Staff 3-4 Greyhound Staff , Pep Club 3 BETTY ANN GOEBEL 'Annie' 'Festive as a Christmas Tree ' Band 1 2 3-4 Class Officer 1 2 3 4, Girls' Chorus 1 2 3 4, Mixed Chorus 3 4 Solo 2 3-4 Paper Staff 3 4, Greyhound Staff 4, Regional Contest Plano Solo Winner 3 Dramatlcs 1 3-4 Cheerleader 2, Snow Queen Candidate 4 DAR Candidate 4 ROYCE LEE HACKL 'Roycle 'Sometimes he sits and thinks, and sometimes he just s1tE" Phy Ed 1 2, Band 2 3-4, Mixed Chorus 3 Dramatlcs 3 4 Boys' Chorus 3, Paper Staff 3 4, Greyhound Staff 4, Marshall 4 Pep Club 1 2 3-4 JAM S HOFFMAN 'Jim' 'He slowly treds the long and narrow path btxt gets there ' Uramatlcs 3-4 -uPhy Ed 1 2, Basketball 2 Paper Staff 3 4 Band 2 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 RICHARD HUBER 'Curly' 'Alwa s that mischievous smile ' Phy Ed 1 2 Basketball 1 25 uPaper Staff 3 Greyhound Staff 4 Dramatlcs 1 2 3-4 Pep Club 1 2 ELAINE KAUP 'Eli' 'Always ready for a laugh ' Girls' Chorus 1 2 3-4 Mixed Chorus 3 4 Pixy Queen Candidate 2, Class Officer l 3 Student Council 4, Paper Staff 3-4, Band 4, Dramatics 3 4, Majorette 3, Operetta 3-4 Pep Club 1 2 3 + ROGER KLEIN 'Gabby' 'I'm just the man I'm looking for ' Phy Ed 1 2 Staff 3 4, Declam 3 Gro hound Staff 4, Student Council Representatlve 4 Operetta 3-4, Dramatics 3 , Boys' Octet 4, Pep Club l LORRAINE LESMEISTER 'Lorrie' 'Sma1l, but livel and quick ' Girls' Chorus I 2 3 4 Uramatics 1 3 4 Mixed Chorus 1 Librarian 2 Paper Staff 1 2 3-4, Basketball 2 Operetta 3 4 MARY TRERESE M YER 'Trese' 'Woman came after man and has been after him ever since ' Plano 1 2, Voice 3-4 Girls' Chorus 1 2 3 4, Student Council Vice President 4, President Senior Home Ec Club 4, Sextet 4, Representative District 24 in Regional Declam Contest 4 Band 2 3-4, Mixed Chorus 3 4 Mixed Octet 3 4, Paper Staff 3-4, Operetta 3 4, Dramatics 3-4 Pep Club 1 2 3-4 ROSEMARIE RAUSCH 'Rosie' 'A valuable link in a chain of friends ' Deolam l 2 3-4 Girls' Chorus 1 2 3-4 Mixed Chorus 3-4 Pixy Queen Candidate 1, Dramatlcs 1 3-4, Operetta 3 4, Girl Stater 3, Paper Staff 3-4 Greyhogndd gtaffu4, Offlge Becrgtari 4, Octet 1-4 Sextet 2 3, Solo 4 Snow Queen an 1 ate , Pe lub l 3 ALICE SCHAEFER Allie' 'Glggling is a feminine accomplishment ' Paper Staff 3 5 Uramatics 3-4 Operetta 3-4 Girls' Chorus 1 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 3 4, Pep Club 1 2 3 4, Declam l 2 3 4, Solo 2 3, Mixed Octet 3 ROEERT LEE SIMON 'Bob' 'A pause that refreshes ' Basketball 1 2 3 Footbgllsg ZTES' Phy 3Ei 1 2, Paper Staff 3 4 Operetta 3-4 Dramatlcs 3-4 Band , ys horus Track 2 JOYCE SPINDLER 'Joy' 'Energetic Self confident and responsive ' Girls' Chorus I 2 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Class Officer 3, Mixed Chorus 3-4 Operetta 3-4, Paper Staff 3-4, Dramatics 3 4 Band 3-4 JAM S STUWE 'Googles' 'Don't stop to think think while you walk ' gaeketEEl13-E 2 2r4 k gogtgall 1 2 3-4, Phy Ed 1 2, School Paper 3-4 rama c ao DENNIS TITGEN 'Cutie' 'Because a man is quiet dcesn't mean that he hasn't much to say ' Basketball 1 2 Track 1 2, Football l 2, Phy Ed 1 2 Paper Staff 3 4, Operetta 3, Dramatics 3-4, Boys' Chorus 2 3, Pep Club 3-4 PHILLIS ZWEEER 'Phyl' 'She laughlngly slaps life on the back -no T-16-1-'-Cho 2 1+ lb 12-4 eamz 4 335983-1+ kllxgd chori? 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Ai L, R . ' A:t'N-A K I KEN 1 5, lavonnegi z 1 'TQ H . ,, - 7 Z uf' .A .mm f ' rx i W G'-' -' V C, K ose V V1 4 Q f i , N A I A Dennis l . -' 'C7 . LL 4 0 C ass ns1ixr In September l9b7 the CLASS OF '51 entered HOVEN HIGH SCHOOL as students for the first time The class consisted of twenty-four members Our class advisor was Sister M Tarcisia and Betty Ann Goebel our class president We began our BOPHOMORE year with eighteen members but Dennis Tltgen and Anthony Engel brought our ranks back to twenty All st dents were active in extra-curriculars, including BOYS' CHORUS which was started that year Our class advisor was Nr Potts and Roger Klein class president In our JUNIOR year, Lorraine Lesmelster joined the class She brought our number up to twenty-one That year the MUSIC DEPARTMENT introduced OPERETTAS in HOVEN HIGH 'HOLLYWOOD ON THE DANUBE' was presented and it proved tc be a great success It was well liked and many of our class participated Our class play, 'COME OVER TO OUR HOUSE' was also immensely successful Our class advisor was Sister M Marcella, our class president, Betty Ann Goebel The PROM decorations fell to our lot, and the IRISH TH NE was effectively carried out Everyone commented on its grandeur People from cut of town said the decorations were the most beautiful in the State September 6 1950 was a red letter 'day for twenty students of ROVER went over big Our class advisor was Superintendent Novak, and Betty Ann Goebel class president As the time draws closer, when we must leave, we find that we have left a record, in both scholastic work and ln extra currlculars We feel it ls a flne one, and something for future classes to emulate We also feel that these four years will be of great value to us, due to the effective methods and high standards of HOVEN HIGH SCHOOL We wish to thank her for being truly an 'ALMA MATER' to us MOHO Be CL Luf'IErfNo1fc1, Lecuier CICLSS Colors Green and Gold Classflower Whlfmse H' HIGH SCHOOL, who were SENIORS at- last. 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X AE NK' F f S5 L X 6 qgygf mam X X Ax lb C ' fA?'Wi ll and flfesfamentfaaa R we, the 1951 SENIOR GLASS of Hoven High School, being of sane mind and good health, do make publish, and declare this our LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT To the faculty, we bequeath our sincere appreciation for the guidance and lessons taught during the past four fruitful years To the students we leave our good example and our ability to learn LAVONNE BITZER wills her 'cute' fur cap to Melvin Simon, quietness KAHEMJJ to the Juniors for their Home Ec class next year JAMES STUWE wills his football suit to make people laugh at his corny jokes to to Ralph Wheeler, and his Leo Hartung relationship with 'John to Gene Simon ROSE BRENNER bestowes her romantic Rausch and her extra bookkeeping workbook JOYCE SPINDLER hands her happy disposition to Dorothy Minnerath and height to Michaela Hoven ARNOLD EDRICH wills his bookkeeping ability to Larry Spindler and comfortable desk near the window to Jerome Hageman ROYCE LEE HACKL wills his good naturedness to Harlan Rausch, and ability to operate the mlmeograph to Eugene Schaefer MARY THERESE MEYER wills her dramatic ability to Bernard Herman. her place in the trumpet section of the band to James Lemler BETTY ANN GOEBEL gives her love for chemistry to Clara Meyer and talent for singing and piano playing to Jo Ann Kaup PHYLLIS ZWEBER wills her Schaefer pen to Kenneth Banik and loquaciousnees to Eileen Beitelspacher and her ability to Betty her his his and her her ROBERT LEE SIMON bestowes his careful driving ability to Janice Simon and his expertnsss in roller skating to Renee Schaefer ROGER KLEIN wills his ability to keep his desk neat and clean to Donna Kaup, and his love for arguing with panel members to Raymond Van Well ELAINE KAUP wills her blond hair to Theresa Engel, and her love for LORRAINE LESM ISTER bequeaths to Mary Ann Brehmer, her red sweater with the 'E' on it, and her height to Raymond Van Well, provided he drinks a glass of milk daily MARLIN RAE GADEN wills her dimples to Ralph Wheeler, and her cheer leader suit to Clara Meyer JAM S HOFFMAN wills his quiet, gentlemanly ways to Robert Wendling, and his eversharp to Leland Jost ANTHONY ENGEL hands over his end position on the football team to Jack Janis, his way with girls to Robert Rader ALICE SCHAEFER gives her love for shorthand to Eugene Schaefer, and her happy go lucky disposition to Violet Beltelspacher DENNIS TITGEN wills his hair out to Willis Leno, and his love for dancing to Robert Frost RICHARD HUBER wills his card playing and cue ability to Donald Meyer, his nickname, 'Curly' to Michael Simon ROSEMARIE RAUSCH wills her love for getting her hair out every two weeks to Arlene Sautner, and her poetic ability to Juanita Hartung 'N I I ' -- I " n doing home work to her sister, Darlene Kaup. La HCL GABBY AEN IE 'CUTIE ELISE PHYL LORRIE 'VONNI ' JO LYN " THESE ' bca as SJ? ropbegg no On graduation night, the CLASS OF 1951 decided to have a reunion twenty years hence Therefore, in 1971, MISS BETTY ANN COEBEL started back to HOVEN leaving her position as head nurse at the John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, for a long deserved vacation After obtaining her tickets she boarded the plane and was surprised to see two of her old classmates, LORRAINE LIBMEISTER and ROB RT SIMON, the stewardess and pilot, respectively As she settled down in her seat she noticed a picture of ANTHONY ENGEL posted Just ahead of her ANTHONY had become famous for he had coached the HOVEN COLLEGE team to victory at the ROSE BOWL, just a week ago After some time the plane stopped at Chicago, where the PQIUOUSQPB were allowed to do some sight seeing Having time to 'k1ll,' BETTY ANN decided to make use of her opportunity As she began walking from the landing field, she suddenly noticed to her astonishment a billboard advertisement of the Broadway smash hit, 'Jchn's Other Wig ' starring DENNIS TITGEN Hls leading lady was ALICE SCHAEFER BETTY ANN was determined to stay for lt and then take a later plane So, after the play, she went backstage to congratulate her classmates on a fine performance The play bel at the end of its stay in Chicago, ALICE and DENNIS agreed to accompany B ANN to HOVEN They boarded the plane and enjoyed an uneventful journey all the way bringing back old memories and experiences The three arrived at HOVEN and whistled for a taxi They were astonished to see another of their classmates, who had also achieved success in the business world They noticed the taxi had the sign, 'HACKL'S TAXI SERVICE ' 'WE G0 ANYWHERE ANYTINE ' painted on the side in large letters They entered and drove down 5th Avenue, the old Main Street As they were coming alo they noticed a large neon sign over a tall building The sign read, 'T PHEASANT CLUB EDRICH AND HUBER PROPRIETORS ' The building was located on the site of the old Johnson Cafe The taxi then took them to their hotels and they were relieved of their baggage The next thing on the list was some light seeing in old familiar and new places BETTY went to the HOVEN COLLEGE where she met ELAINE IAUP and LAVONNE BITZER ELAINE was a very successful Art teacher and LAVONNE taught shorthand She had acquired the world's highest speed record learned that HARLYN RAE was the featured singer on the program 'EVERYBODY SING ' As it was about to begin, BETTY ANN went 1 The announcer had just begun to glve his commercial when to her delight she heard that the sponsor of the program was 'THE FIT WELL FASHION BHOP,' owned and operated by Mrs Theresa Kaiser, and M s Phyllis Schaefer the former MARY THERESE MEYER and PHYLLIS ZWEBER While waiting for NARLYN to appear, BETTY ANN heard an unusually loud noise in the next studio The gentleman beside her, explained that it was JANES STUVE the greatest comedian since 'Hope ' His crazy antics were 'slaying' people with laughter all over the country BETTY ANN stated that he was probably 'Just acting natural ' After the program BETTY ANN decided to see how much change there had been made in the Hospital slnoe she left twenty years ago As she walked into the door she was greeted by DR ROGER KLEIN, who was head physician at the Hospital and had just completed nle book entitled THE ERAIN AND ITS FUNCTIONS which had astounded the medical world Going back to the Hospital NESS BETTY ANN was again more than happy to see yet another member of the CLASS OF 1951, RO EMARIE RAUSCH who explained that she was secretary for the famous counter spy detective JAMES HOEFNAN ln lashlngton D C They talked about the reunion, and decided to get their hair fixed and dried before the party began Going to the desk ln the lobby they met the owner of the hotel, Mrs John Hansen the former ROSE ERENNER She was president of a corporation which owned a chain of hotels After receiving directions, she set off for the 'SPINELER BEAUTY snor,' naturally, operated by JOYCE SPINDLER JOYCE'S motto was, 'WE GIVE YOU THE WORKS ' That night a reunion was held in the PHEASANT CLUB, for a happy bunch, the CLASS OF 1951 I ' 1 7 I , . ' 1 ' l 9 I 0 S, D ' ' ' 1 ' I The next stop was the T. V. Station, at W. T. N. T. Here, BETTY ANN '. n. ' S S 5 D V , I , . I I " 9 I A 0 ' 1 ' I ' I 3 umurs X W xf Class Q ucere 'N From left to right Front Row Janet Spindler Margaret R zsa Rosemary Weibel, Viola Meyer Clara Meyer Eugene Simon James Lemler Janice Simon Leo Hartung Robert Frost Top Row Betty Rose Arbaoh Merioi Schaefer Violet Beitelspaoher Elsie Jane Arbach Jack Janis Melvin Simon Kenneth Banik Mary Kay Latzen Donald Koehn, Mary Joan Titgen, Willis Leno, Jeanette Schaefer. y'Ax . , J K1 . - , x ' J F W ff 1' t 'Yu A 1' , 9' XA? Q 3: :N Cfjxm f S Q- , f . kb nf . X , - s ' 1 - X S 1 rx . 1 'f en" Sf' as I. X I,- f . 1 . . 1 A ' I A f 3 I- 'f , .3- N V Y s --. : , I I I I I I ' : I ! 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Front.Rov: Janice Simon, James Stuwe, Ohgir- man Rosemarie Rauschg Chairman Anthony I el Mary Kay Lltzen, Roger Klein, Jack Jan1sn?not plcturedl. l Nationalist Candidates across front Alice Rausch, Ralph Wheeler Merlcl Schaefer Cseatedb Janice Simon Mary Joan Tltgen Standing Dorothy Mlnnerath, Alfred Heuer, Mary Therese Meyer, Phyllis Zweber Second Row Eugene Simon, Margaret Ruzsa, Rosema rle Bausch, James Stuve, Robert Shawn CHRISTMAS PARTY Pictured standing Merlci Schaefer Mary T Meyer Janet Spindler Seated Janice Simon Jack Janice Jeanette Schaefer after they presented a Christ mas skit and distributed the Christmas gifts Mickey Hoven Marlyn Gaden and Robert Mend ling dramatized 'K K KATY' UHELLO CENTRAL GIVE ME NO MAN'S LAND' which was sung by Rose marie Rausch was dramatized oy AHMIBTICE DAY PROGRAM 1950 r was fi Q x . L ' its I - . e A , C I Q I I , . 5 O l ..... g 1 . . , . . I I , .. . ' .. 3 2 ' '4 5 . . 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