Hoven High School - Greyhound Yearbook (Hoven, SD)

 - Class of 1952

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I'm not A musician, I'm a whole band Paper Staff 3-M, Girls' Chorus 1 2 3 H, Mixed Chorus 2 3-k, Operetta 2 3-M, Dramatlcs 3-N Solo 2, Sextet 2 3, Declam 2 M Class Officer 1 2, Band l 2 3-M, Pep Club 2 3 H, Librarian N, Moonbeams 3 VIOLA M 155 NDodo' Wvariety is the spice of life don't try one, tr them all W Girls' Chorus 1 2 4, Mixed Chorus 2 3 M, Operetta 2 3 M, Solo Dramatics 3-H Girls' Octet 3 , Mixed Octet H, Band 1 2 3-N, Pep Club 1 2 3 M Paper Staff -M, Librarian 4 MARGARET RUZSA Margie 'She hasn t been idle since she learned to sing, dance and romance N Girls' Chorus l 2 3-M, Mixed Chorus 2 3-4, Octet k Operetta 2-3'4, Dramatlcs 3-4, Solo 2-3-4, Sextet 2 3 Mixed Octet M, Paper Staff 3-N, Pixy Queen Candidate M, Librarian N, Pep C ub 1-2-3-4. n' P' ' I' P e 2 3 ,,n 1 1 . 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Q nv- C 354 mwah 1 5 , X N '- Lf . if X A A , V E 41 f ,Q ls, , bac Qzqifiiejiagff .xr , ijgfilejr A as g-.L H 'W I ' ' T x .wo A 0 Ag' S T 19111 a B Lvsiamznt 'ima-if we, the 1952 SENIOR CLASS 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 lessons taught during the past four fruitful years To the Freshmen we leave our good SPORTSMANSHIP, to COOPERATIVENESS, to the Juniors our above average ABILITY BETTE ROSE ARBACH wills her seat in the assembly to speaking ability to Darlene Kaup ELSIE JANE ARBACH bequeaths her giggle to Theresa music to Bernard Herman VIOLET BEITELSPACH R wills her good naturedness to her place in the band to her sister Eileen an the Sophomores our Ralph Wheeler, her Engel, her love for Dorothy Minnerath, ROBERT FROST gives his perfect attendance record to Jack Weibel, his good English to Mary Schaefer LEO HARTUNG wills his curly hair to Harvey Knecht, his rapid speech to Norva Snow LORETTA HOFFERT bestowes her cheerleading suit to Vonnie Goetz, her bright eyes to Kenny Gutenkauf JACK JANIS wills his love for football to Donald Myler, his ability for DONALD KOEHN gives his moral building ability to Robert Wendling, his super sociability in the assembly to Donna Kaup JAMES LEM ER wills his dependability to Jay Duenwald, his hair style to Mike Simon MARY KAY LITZEN wills her day dreams to Jo Ann Kaup, her debating capability to Roger Edrich CLARA MEYER bestowes her height to Raymond Hoffert, her self possession to Mary Ann Brehmer VIOLA MEYER wills her record in Home Ec Class to Jeanette Schmidt, her shorthand ability to Marilyn Schaefer MARGARET RUZSA leaves her naturally wavy hair to Renee Schaefer, her vocal ability to Gladys Gabriel JEANETTE SCHAEFER wills her petlteness to Raymond Sautner, her over enthusiasm in biology to Helen Huber MERICI SCHAEFER wills her freckles to Arlan Koehn, her technique in sewing to Virginia Klein I d telling ghost stories to Robert Meyer. EUGENE SIMON Reuer, his athletic JANICE SIMON Alice Van Well M LVIN SIMON Robert Tuscherer leaves his position as student body president to Rolland ability to Jerry Faas wills her clarinet to Shirley Wolf, her dimples to gives his study habits to Robert Rader, his height to JANET SPINDLER wills her bangs to Mary Fix, her consideration for others to Lloyd Rausch MARY JOAN TITGEN wills her dry humor to Kenneth Schulte, her artistic ability to Larry Spindler HENRY WALDMAN bequeaths his unobtrusive ways to Leo John Artz, scholatic rating to Raymond Van well ROSEMARIE WEIBEL wills her quiet manners to Donna Mae Mertes, her glasses to Betty Lou Simon eff lcnlc ,D 16 be emembered A ,I whqmk 1-fwdf' . O 11 . . C 11 . l it . I -- - his I 11 . U ., is Q25 I , , 5-3. f - 4 . . Y I !6' .. ' 1' fi ' e1iH , 0 4 .- ,M K . tv ' " 5 I, ' f - ' Swan Jef Lyra' --A r- J 7?f'5'x"'f'4f' f'f-"5lc? J' ff'--l'?f'W iz. lyi, 45' K ,YI .: X . 4 . s , "P" V 4 ,553 -A - X ' . .JV s .-14 I I p if puwwr . - a. . 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K V , in GWB' I 7 abgxrs ,Q " ...zfagarjii Wm- Glass Prophet On graduation night, the CLASS OF 1952 planned to have a reunion twenty years hence Therefore, in 1972 President M LVIN SIMON decided to take a well earned vacation leaving Hollywood on the NMARS OR BUSTH Rocketship Liner owned by DONALD KOEHN Melvin had become nationally famous by singing at the MOCAMBA, Just outside of Hollywood Upon his arrival in HOVEN he was greeted by CLARA MEYER, prominent New York Journalist Clara informed him that she had just published a story about the MAYOR CLINIC in Pittsburgh, headed by JACK JANIS It seems that Jack with his two very competent nurses, JEANETTE SCHAEFER and JANET SPINDLER had Just discovered a cure for STUDENTS' SLEEPING SICKNESS His name and fame had been spread from coast to coast by many grateful teachers Clara said that she was now working on a scoop about the well known lawsuit concerning LORETTA HOFFERT and MERICI SCHAEFER Merici thought that Loretta had stolen the plot of CREAMY CREAMPUFFS, her latest best seller Both are very successful novelists Melvin was surprised to hear that Meric1's attorney was none other than HENRY WALDMAN, a very prosperous lawyer from the Bronx As Melvin was strolling down FIFTH STREET of HOVEN, his eye was attracted to the glittering sign of LC'S DRESS SHOP At this precise instant, the proprietor, ELSIE JANE ARBACH came out of the store while they were speaking about old classmates, Mrs Rausch, the former JANICE SIMON came up to them with two curly headed little chaps toddling after her Governor of the State Gene wrote that he had hired a new receptionist, BETTE ROSE ARBACH Just recently Governor Simon had been visited by JAM S LEMLER, a prosperous capitalist of the State Jim had been in Pierre for the purpose of buying some stock in a USPOTTEDU TERMITE CIRCUS owned Jointly by LEO HARTUNG and ROBERT FROST Just then a school bus stopped at the corner Out tumbled a mass of school children The teacher appeared somewhat weary She was none other than MARGARET RUZSA Melvin was glad to see her After a brief exchange of news, Margie suggested they all go for a snack at the nearby restaurant when they were seated in a booth, Mrs Griese, the former VIOLA M YER, came up to serve them Viola was overwhelmed with joy to see so many classmates As Melvin was about to leave, who should walk in, but the two head nurses at the Holy Infant Hospital MARY KAY LITZEN and ROSEMARIE WEIBEL Glancing at his watch, Melvin observed he had just enough time to catch his plane at the HOVEN Grand Rocket Station As he purchased his ticket, he noticed two familiar faces coming out of the Rocket that had just landed Going out to greet them, he discovered they were VIOLET BEITELSPACHER and MARY JOAN TITGEN Violet told him she was the chief stewardess on the western division of the Koehn Rocket Line, Mary Joan, he was informed was just starting on a world wide tour She now was very famous as an operatic singing star As Melvin stepped aboard the outgoing Rocket, he glanced back toward HOVEN wishing that he could return someday to his old home town. Mrs. Rausch said that she had heard from EUGENE SIMON, the present H1234 E W e5 6 NJ Clue' n f'x,X7C 9- From Left to Right Front Row Harlan Rausch, Jo Ann Kaup, Juanita Hartung, Alice Rausch, Arlan Koehn Middle Row Eugene Schaefer, Lloyd Rausch, Mary Ann Brehmer, Alfred Reuer, Theresa Engel, Renee Schaefer, Ralph Wheeler, Norman Simon Back Row Robert Rader, Donald Waldman, Raymond Sautner Ronald Litzen, Leland Jost, Robert wendling, Leo John Artz Duaine Roesch h Q C 0 , 0 lf U1 , ,S . G r Sid e ox :- e ,. V' ea , X 5 1 t , j G 1 I, 9 i , Se as J ,c x IU, if V fb I J ' J J n J , , 1 Y will -- D . 5 4 ii , h J fl Q ' ' h I A l - Q g S! xx J 0'7l2a if-2 D "' V651 en G r Ima QS i'hw10,'Qlfvf c 5 epreserl Sn hnmnres From Left to Right Front Row Eileen Beitelspacher Dorothy Minnerath, Michaela Hoven, Robert Tuscherer, Raymond Van Well Donna Kaup. Middle Row: virginia Klein, Roselyn Duenwald, Doris Schaefer, Donald Meyer, Gerald Gross, Gerald Hawkinson, Vern Goetz, Bernard Herman. 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M- fhflj, ff 'W 59 his f wx Q Q 111111-'a Q' uhfss 'N 'f-Y Qgkix -sf Dugdns-is COACH NOVAK with a group of EVEN PUGILISTS vent to the Redfield High School Boxing Bout on April 1 'om 'Ld Koehn and Robert host Hon 1'oyd Bausch and Norman Simon Drew Vern uoetz md Rouen Brenner lost by being outpointedg and there were tv lone: by TKO Q 0 Qzu Harlan Reusoh, Robert Tuscherar, o 2 N Q I I D 7 7 I, - 1lB5T.'lA! HOVEN ERRIED GETTYSBURG CRESBARD GLENHAM CRESBARD ROSC OE GETTYSBURG AGAR JAVA BLUNT WAKPALA ROSCOE HDSHER CHEYENNE .. ..JAVA.. .. U SENIORS ..... . . . .DONALD KOEHN CO CAPTAIN EUGENE SIMON CO-CAPTAIN HENRY WALDMAN JUNIORS ........ RONALD LITZEN ROBERT RADER SOPHJHORES . . . . . ,DONALD MEYER MICHAEL SIMON ROBERT TUSCHERER . . . . . .JACK JANIS 'on 'FW RJ-K, Y XIX Sssw wx? Scores 5 E2 M HOVEN HERRIED 21.. 114-.. 25.. 38.. 13.. WEEE GETTYSBURG CRESBARD ROSC OE GETTYSBURG AGAR JAVA BLUNT WAK P ALA ROSCOE ESMER CHEZENNE JAVA POLLOCK GETTYSBURG LEBANON . LEBANON . . AGAR . IAM!! 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Q 3 1 3 88 O o ., so X ' 5' 1 if -X .x I 'B 5- L Xxx. 1951 Track Gfeam The only MEETS entered were the REGIONAL at Mobridge and the STATE at Huron The MILE RELAY TEAM included Eugene Simon, Kenneth Banik, Donald Koehn and Anthony Engel, who placed at the REGIONAL in time of '+ O7 The RELAY TEAM also ran at the STATE MEET but did not place A 'MQW ,,,,,....,.,.......... . . - F , 0 I 1 I ,.-,qeff J - . A , - A ' ""s.' . I 1 5 'lp' A L V . 1'. 4 4' A '--"J I . h 1 ., -F' 'wi :""' S' - ' . V-5, ,, N I ,....,. --- ,,. . 2 l ' I Nw SOCIOLOGY CLASS IN ITS MOST STUDIOUS ATTITUDE s..PK SENIOR HOME MAKING CLASS MAKES PRIZE SALADS' ENGLISH IV STUDENTS WORKING ON RESEARCH THEMES FUN,EH? ISV' EVQWEHQW' wif -A IQFMQWQQM fziih' JACK JANIS OUR scHooL d,....-as PHOTOGRAPHER AND "TIPPIE" THE DOG THAT CAME TO SCHOOL C-xfj 141 AL A FEW VIEWS IN THE STUDY HALL NOT ALL ANGLES OF IT APPEARED LIKE THIS AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY ' ' Q AI" Q A 'A A ' 1 ' 5 1' g W' A I I I 2 4, I s 1 Q A i r ff 2 -A .A ' .9 11' U , I I f 1 ' V.--I ' :WX ' 3 I I ' 1 , if ' . 1 -4 u - , ,,,,f A - P 3 ' ,Tv jd, N A M1 ., A . QQ 1+f,.5Mf?r.n. ,L fa I - iv? 431 u LM 'LAK - 'M I A ..-gg +- Md fl' .S-: n ' I iw I :'9 A 4 --- 5 I -Et' .' 5 , ' 1 -, . , Jnninr 0:12155 Iflag U ncler' 'Ive mfg Dana Thomob W' W' Ii My 4-:rg i au, Genefdljcnencc World ldfusifnrg Siuheni Qnonernmeni 39 The 1952 STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY will long be remembered because of the fine participation and cooperation on the part of students teachers and leading members X of the American Legion 4-- Oath f Office administered by Robert C Gabrlelson, Commander, John J Peters Post 159, Hoven Uh A e O 'ff ,.,, 0 6 'On HO u U .M 1 Candidates for both the NATION ALIST and PATRIOT PARTIES From Left to Right lst Row Margaret Ruzsa Betty Lou Simon, Bette Rose Arbach, Mary Kay Litzen Jack Janis, Roselyn Duenwald, Violet Beitels pacher, Robert Frost 2nd Row Leland Jost, Harlan Rausch, Vern Goetz Bernard Herman Rosemarie Weibel, Bonald Waldman Henry Waldman, Mike Simon Alfr Reuer Merlci Schaefer Jeanette Schaefer, Ronald Litzen, Agnes Bausch "" Elected Margaret Ruzsa, School Board Member, Bette Rose Arbaoh and Mary Kay Litzen, Aldermen, Rosemarie Weibel, Town Treasurer Robert Frost, Town Marshal, Bernard Berman, Justice of the Peace It Henry Waldman, Mayor, Mike Simon ire Ch1efgJack Janis, Medical officer 1 il . .' - , . cis.. 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GIRL VOCAL AND PIANO CONTESTAIITS From Left to Right lst Row Alice Rausch, Michaela Hoven, Juana Weber Alayne Spindler 2nd Row Dorothy Minnerath, Violet Beitelspacher, Ro- salyn Duenvald, Mar aret Ruzsa, Vir ginia Klein, Agnes ausch 3rd Row Clara Meyer Viola Meyer Mary Schae fer, Betty Rauach, Mary .Ioan Titgen I If MUSIC C ollfesli ,jj f"x rj N' 'Tir' BOY VOCALISTS From Left to Right Donald Meyer, Eugene Simon, Melvin Simon, Robert ing Alfred Beuer Duaine Roesch, non photographed The Boys Chorus, Girls Chorus, Boys Octet, Mary Joan Titgen, So rano Margaret Ruzsa, Mezzo Soprano Melvin Simon Bass and Alice Rausch, P anis received FIRST rati s at the GIONAL MUSIC CONTES The Boys Chorus and the Boys Octet were pri leged to sing at the GRAND CONCERT in the evening The Mixed Chorus, Mixed Octet, Girls Octet, Viola Meyer, Contraltc Alfred Heuer, Baritone, Eugene Simon Tenor, Juana Weber, French Horn Solo rated SECONDS Mary Schaefer Pianist who had an audition also received very favorable criticisms The High School Band rated THIRD Participants at MOHHIDGE BAND CLINIC From Left to Right Mr Zimer, Hoven High School Band Dlr ector Juana Weber, Rosemarie Heib al, Clara Meyer, Janice Simon, Mary Joan Titgen, Viola Meyer and Donald Meyer PANEL IEW LLB TABLE PURCHASED 011 'RACIAL QUESTION' IN ENGLISH III ' J . V I . C-7, A if . u ? nf S . I I - -'- . 2 g if is 6. . I r Glas-5 iliisturg As a group of twenty-four fearful members, the CLASS OF '52 entered HOVEN HIGH SCHOOL. It was September, 1948--a year to be reme bered. Sister M. Tarcisia was our class advisor, while Jack Janis was our class president. Kenneth Banik and Rita Bertha were candidates for Homecoming Day. We returned in our SOPHDMORE year with twenty-two members Herbert Frost, Hugh Bans, and later on, Rita Bertha deserted us, so that our number ras reduced to twenty one Our class advisor was Mr Richard Fadgen and our class president, Mary Joan Titgen Homecoming candidates were Janice Simon 8gdTg cg Janis Many of our members participated in the operetta, HOLLYWOOD During our JUNIOR year, Willis Leno Joined the class, again bringing the number up to twenty two Our class play UFRESH AIRW was a great success Our class advisor was Sister M Marcel a, our class president was Jeanette Schaefer The 'Hawaiian Theme' was effectively carried out as our prom decoration Bette Rose Arbach and Melvin Simon were Homecoming candidates Mary Kay Litzen and Melvin Simon were selected as NGIRL STATER' and WBOY STATER,n respectively On September H, 1951, those FRESHIES of '48 were at last SEN ORS' Willis Leno moved to Aberdeen, while Kenneth Banik joined the Air Force However, Loretta Hoffert and Henry Waldman came in, and again our class numbered twenty two Superintendent Novak was our class advisor and Melvin Simon our class president An unusual honor came to our class when Bette Rose Arbach was chosen county DAR representative Mary Joan Titgen and Donald Koehn were PIXY QUEEN and MARSHAL, respectively As the time draws near the close of our high school days, and we reminisce a bit, we feel a Just pride in both our scholastic and extra curricular accomplishments We believe that we are leaving a record worth emulating The effective methods and high standards of our school have helped us to fit ourselves, to a great extent for our future vocations We wish to thank her for being truly an 'ALMA M.ATER" to us Qlass Ding As the Annual goes to press R O U Q H as their class play Some of the class members ar pictured reading and apparently S enjoying the play I I . i . I U U . so ." f M I the Seniors have selected S M I L I N' 5 'r H . F e hz-fi Q. 'i' e , QEAHEQTQ SQQAQEEB 'Nettien 'The tiniest girl with the biggest mind a wiser senior is har to find ' Mixed Chorus 2 3-M Girls' Chorus 1 2 -k Operetta 2 3-H, Dramatics 3 M, Majorette 2 3 Class Of icer 2 3 H, Pixy Queen candidate I+, Paper staff 3-lf, Greyhound Staff I+, Pep Club 1 2 3 M, Librarian 1+ MERICI SQQAQEQQ 'Freckles' 'W1t, intelligence dependability swamped with a rampant personality ' Girls' Chorus 1 2 3 M, Mixed Chorus 2 3 M, Pixy Queen Candidate H, Operetta 2 3-H Dramatics 3-H, Majorette 1 2 Greyhound Staff M, Paper Staff 3-M, Cheerlea er 3-H Class Officer M, Pep C ub 1 2 EUGENE SLMQH Gene 'They say he was o caught studying ' Mixed Chorus 2 SZN, Boys' Chorus 2 3-M, Operetta 2 3-5, Dramatics 3-4 Track 1 2 3 H Basketball 1 2 3-4 Football 1 2 3-4, Student Council Presi ent M, Band l Solo 4, Boys' Octet M JANIQE SIMD! Jenny 'She shifted her brain in neutral and let her tongue rattle on POETRY ' Girls' Chorus l 2 3-M Mixed Chorus 2 3-N, Pixy Queen Candidate 2, Band 1 2 3 M, Student Council epresentative 2, Greyhound Staff 4, Peg Club 1 2 3 H, Librarian M, Paper Staff 3-4, Operetta 2 3 M Dramatics 3 , Declam 2 3-M M LVIN SIMD! 'Meln HThe 'Caruso' of the class, with never an idle moment on Els hands W Boys' Chorus 1 2 3-M, Mixed Chorus 2 3 4, Dranatlcs 3-H Operetta 2 3-H, Paper Staff 3-H, Greyhound Staff 4, Cla s Officer 4, Boys' Stater 3, Solo 2 3-M, Boys' Octet 3-H, Basketball 4, Pep Club l 2 3, Declan 3 Moonbeams 3 ET 'Jan 'Lively, friendly and a smile to remember Mixed Staff 3 H, Majorette 2, Student Counc 1 Representative N Student Council Vice President R Pep Club 1 2 3 4, Librarian N, Prize Tvnfsf 3 Piano Solo 3 Egg! JOQE TLIGEN nJoanien 'Easy 13 her mind since he is away ' Girls' Chorus l 2.3 Mixed Chorus 2 3-M, Operetta 2 3-M Dramatics 3-M, Declan 3-M Solo 1 2 3 ctet 3-M, Sextet 2, Mixed Octet N, S udent Council Secretary Treasurer 4, Band 1 2 3 M, Paper Staff 3-M, Librarian M, Pixy Queen M, Class Officer 1 2 1 Pep Club 1 9 3 M nnNRX WAQDMAE 'Hank Possessor of personalit 8b1l1ty and tact How can he help t being like that?' 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