Lemmon High School - Lariat Yearbook (Lemmon, SD)

 - Class of 1957

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Let it be known that these unusual growths were instigated in commemoration of Lemmon's 50th anniver- sary on June 23, l957. And you gentlemen of the present who have so adorned yourselves, please note that the Lariat Staff hereby makes an honorary dedication to you, "Brothers of the Brush. " LARIAT STAFF FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Hatle, S. Dietterle, B. Miller, L. Braught, M. Wagner C. Raney, D. Evanson, M. Reder. ROW TWO: M. Alexander, A. Gabbert, D. Reeder, R. Dyson, T. Bartholomew, R. Henry, B. Goeres, F. Struble. ROW THREE: J. Hersrud, D. Christen, A. B1-aught, M. Longwood, B. Hetzel, R. Ham, C. Kane. Advisor - Mr. Hughes I, . 4 , Ruth Hatle, Sylvia Dietterle, Leota Braught, Bruce Hetzel, Merle Longwood, Mary Ann Darlene Evanson, Merle Longwood, Barbara Reder. Miller, Marl is Wagner. Throughout the l956-57 school year one group of students in Lemmon High School could always be found busy: the Lariat staff. This year's book is larger by four pages than any pre- vious annual of LHS, but no trouble was encountered in filling these pages with a picture record of the school year. Two were devoted to the Section Ill basketball tournament, held in Lemmon this year for the first time. Also notice the new type of division page found in this book. We combined line draw- ings, made by our artist, Bruce Hetzel, with the normal division page pictures to bring about a unique effect. The drawings all are centered around the theme, "Old West," in honor of Lemmon's fiftieth anniversary. Another innovation of this year's annual is the typed copy in each major section, relating in words the part of the story that could not be photographed. The staff has gone all out to give you a bigger and better book, so read on: we present to you the i957 Lariat. Arnold Braught, Betty Goeres, David Reeder, Aldene Gabbert, Maeiul Alexander, Carol Tom Bartholomew. 5 Ann Raney, Ruth Ham. L.G. BLOOD JAMES SOLON Superintendent Principal 4.4 ROBER'I' SORGE Coach, Social Science IEANNETTE SORGE FACULTY English ANNE SMITH Vocal Music EDWARD MORIARTY Instrumental Music LYLE ZIMMER Industrial Arts LEONARD RAMSDELL Coach, General Science DELORIS KLAUDT Home Economics ROBERT NELLES Cpmmercial, Math. DOUGLAS HY KE Biology, Physics ROY CHRISTEN SON Custodian MARGIE ANDERSON Secre tary HARRY BAUMGART EN Custodian BOARD 0F EDUCATION LEFT TO RIGHT: L.G. Blood -Secretary, Donald A. Petersen-President, Charles Oleson, Vemon Evanson, Dr. Kelley, Pat Thomson. 9 STUDE T COU CIL P SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Tom Bartholomew, Merle Longwood, President, Vance Stewart. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Edwin Lutz, Wilmer Hermann, Mildred Moser, Carol Raney, Duane Sasse, Richard Manning, Mr. Solon, Advisor. NATIO AL HO OR SOCIETY 54 .ii my STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Phyllis Sides, Merle Longwood, Vance Stewart, Robert Dyson, Amold Braughr, David Reeder, Carol Kane. 10 f'N ffcers Rm Bdfrholomew-Pres. 45,6 LUZQUQJF M pres Vance 575W0"7L Mx Saxon-Adv X . . ' 5 C Rep' ' HAS 80,68 'Sec' Dovfb' Reeder-Pea M tok' Jorru ALEXANDER 3. Foorbarr 1, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3, ., , Rifle Club 4, L Club, Physical Education 1. THOMAS BARTHOLOMEW Basketball 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3-4, Football Manager 1-2, Boys Chorus 1-3, Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4, Class Play 4, L Club 2-3-4, Squeezer 3-4, Lariat 4, Student Govemment Day 2, Student Council 4, .Science Club 1, Camera Club 2, Pep Club 1, Class Officer 2-3, Presi- dent 4, Rifle Club 1-2, Homecoming Court 4. ROSE BAUMEISTER Librarian 1, F,H.A, 2-4, Pep Club 4. ARNOLD BRA UGHT Band 1-2-3-4, Chorus 1-2-3-4, Boys Chorus 1-3-4, Instrumental Solo 2-3-4, Small En- semble 2-3-1, Vocal Solo 3-4, Class Play Cast 3, Production Staff 4, Lariat 4, Honor Society 4, Pep Band 1-2-3-4, Vocal Ensemble 4. 'I2 JAMES BRAUN Transferred from Spearfish, South Dakota-2, Squeezer Staff 2-4, Lariat 3, Business Club 3- Q41 we 1 alffe sf 'HH 4, Class Play Cast 3, Production 4, Mixed Chorus 3-4, Boys Chorus 3-4, Cue 8s Curtain 3-4, Declamation 2-3-4, Rifle Club 3. gl! at S Q P ' 9-, , Y, f-P MARILYN DAVIS Pep Club 1-2, F,H,A, 2-4, G,A,A, 1. IDWELL DAYTON Football 1-2, Intermural Sports 1-2, Boys Physical Education 1-2, Rifle Club 1-2, Track 1, F,F,A, 1-2-3-4, Boys Chorus 1-3. ROBERT DYSON Transferred from Longview, Wash. 2, Band 2- 3-4, Mixed Chorus 3-4, Boys Chorus 3-4, In- strumental Solo 2-3-4, Small Ensemble 2-3-4, Pep Band 2-3-4, Band Council 4, All State Band 4, Lariat Staff 3, Editor 4, Class Play 3, Honor Society 3-4, Class President 3, Student Council 3, Cue Xa Curtain 3-4, Boys State 3. I3 ARLOWENE JUNE EGLAND Band 1-2-3-4, Squeezer 3-4, Camera Club 2, Rifle Club 2-3, President 4, Business Club 3-4, Lariat 3, Student Teacher 3, Orthorator 3-4, F.H,A. 1-3, Small Ensemble 2-3-4, Cue 8a Curtain 3-4, Quill Sz Scroll 4, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Pep Band 2-3-4, G.A,A. 1, Class Play 3, Band Council 3, Girls State Alternate 3. Homecoming Attendant 4. JEANETTE ERICSSON Mixed Chorus 2-3, Girls Chorus 3-4, Pep Club 2-4, Business Club 4, F.H.A, 4. ALDENE GABBERT Class Play Cast 3, Production 4, Band 1-2, F,H,A, 1-2-4, Squeezer 3-4, Lariat 3-4, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Business Club 3-4, Camera Club 2, Orthorator 4, Student Teacher 3, Librarian 3, Student Council Representative 2, G.A.A. 1. CLARENCE GAUGLER F,F,A. 1-2-3-4, Band 3, Track 1, Business Club 3-4, Class Play Production 3, Rifle Club 1-2-3, Intramural Sports 3-4, Boys Chorus 3. LOYD GIBBONS F.F,A, 1 2 3 4, Football 1 2 3 4, Track 1 2-3-4, Basketball 1, Boxing 3-4, Intramural Sports 2-3-4, Rifle Club 3-4, L Club 1-2-3- 4, Boys Physical Education 3-4. VINCENT GUNN Track 1-2, Football 1-2-3-4, duction 3-4, Science Club 1, LC1ub 4. ,V 1,3455 1 14 Class Play Pro- Rifle Club 4, MARGARET HINKER MARVIN HAYES Transferred from Jefferson High in Denver Colorado 4. Transferred from Aberdeen, S.D, 4, Girls Chorus 4, Pep Club 4, F,H,A, 4. CAROLE HINTZ HARVEY HOCHHALTER Football 2-4, Track 1-2-4, Boys Chorus 2-3, Mixed Chorus 3-4, Camera Club 2, Pep Club 1, F.F,A. 1-2-3-4, Science Club 1, Rifle Club 1-2-3-4, Class Play 3, Production 4, Boxing 4, Cue 8a Curtain 3-4, Band 2-3-4, Pep Band 3-4, Boys Physical Education 1-4 lntramural Sports 1-2-3-4, Band Council 4. JEROME HUBER F.F,A, 1-2-3-4, Track 1, Intramural Sports 1, Boys Physical Education 1. 16 F.H.A. 2-3, Rifle Club 3, Class Play Pro- duction 3, Girls Chorus 1. GERALD HINTZ Football 2-3, Rifle Club 3-4, Boxing 4, Boys Physical Education 1-4, Class Play Production 4, L Club 3-4, Audio-Visual 4. ""-ML: I Wfftfnl We mam-,glrlmlq f l'.,W'l 4 AW" A M gg in DONNA MAE JOHNSON Student Council Representative 1, Band 2, Chorus 2-4, Girls Chorus 4, F.H.A. Officer 2, Member 4. H. LEE IACKSON Librarian 1, Rifle Club 2, Boys Chorus 3-4, Mixed Chorus 4, Senior Play Cast 4. DONNA RAE JOHNSON Librarian 1-2, Business Club 3-4, Lariat staff 4. CAROL KANE Band 2-3-4, Mlxed Chorus 4, Girls Chorus 4, F.H.A, 2-4, Squeezer 4, Lariat 4, Rifle Club 2, crm Play 3-4, cue at cumin a-4. G,A,A. 1-3, Pep Club 2-4, Audio-Visual 3- 4, Honor Society 4, Jr. Marshall, Homecoming Attendant 4, Pep Band 3-4. JEANNE LABAU THOMAS MARTIN Football 1, Track 1. GERALD R. MILES Transferred from Bison, S,D, -2, F.F,A, 2-3-4, Rifle Club 4 Band 1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus 2-3-4, Girls Chorus 1-2-3-4. F.H.A. 2. Rifle Club 1-2. Cheerleader 1-2-3-4, Squeezer 1-2, Librarian 1, Cue 8: Curtain 3-4, Class Play Cast 3-4. Science Club 1, G.A,A, 1, Pep Club 1-2-4. MERLE IDNGWOOD Mixed Chorus 1-3-4, Boys Chorus 1-3, Lariat 2-3-4, Squeezer 4, Track 1-2-3, Football 1- 2-3-4, Boys Physical Education 1, Intramural spam 3-4, Rifle Club 2-3, F.F.A. 1-2-3-4. Cue 8: Curtain 3-4, Class Play Cast 3-4, Honor Society 4, Student Council President 4, Representative 3, Declarn 4, L Club 3-4, Boys State Alternate 3. f .1 Q WN DARWIN OLIVER Transferred from Bison, S.D, -2, Boys Chorus 1-4, F,F,A, 2-3-4, Intramural Sports 3, Track 3, Rifle Club 2-4. RONALD MORTON Transferred from Westbrook, Minnesota -3, Football 3-4, Intramural Sports 3-4, Basketball 4. ALICE PAULSON Mixed Chorus 2-3-4, Girls Chorus 3-4, De- clam 2-3-4, Band 2-3-4, Pep Band 3-4, Business Club 3, Squeeze: 2-3-4, Rifle Club 3, Cue 8: Curtain 3-4, Class Play Production 3-4, Librarian 1-2, Pep Club 1-2, F.l-I,A, 1 2-4, G.A,A, 1, Instrumental Solo 4, Girls State 3, Quill and Scroll 4. CLEO PENFIELD Rifle Club 2-4, Boys Chorus 3, Intramural Sports 3-4, Business Club 3-4. rag, I W ELLEN RICE Squeezer 2-3-4, Pep Club 1, Business Club 3, Librarian 1-2-3-4, F,H,A. 4, Class Play Pro- duction 3-4, Cue 8: Curtain 4, Quill 8: Scroll 4, Audio-Visual 4. DURWARD PULIS Transferred from Lebanon, Oregon, F,F,A, 4, '...r, DAVID REEDER Band 1-2-3-4, Lariat 4, Track 1-2-3-4, Basketball l-2-3-4, Football 2-3-4, Declam 3-4, Instrumental Solo 2-3-4, Small Ensem- ble 2-3-4, Boys Chorus 1-3, Mixed Chorus 2-3-4, Class Play Cast 4, Rifle Club 2, L Club 3-4, Librarian 1, Class Officer 1-4, Science Club 1, Honor Society 4, Student Govemment Day 2, Jr. Marshall, Cue 8: Curtain 4, Pep Band 2-3-4, Boys State 3, Band Council 3-4. A EVELYN ROSE Squeezer Staff 3, Editor 4, G.A,A, 1, Pep Club 1-4, Librarian 3-4, F,H.A, 4, Quill 8a Scroll 4, Business Club 3-4, Girls State Alter- nate 3, Class Play Cast 3-4, Homecoming Attendant 4, Student Teacher 3, Audio-Visual 3. 20 p .- . LELIA ROSO Band 1-2-3-4, Pep Band 1-2-3-4, Pep Club 3- 4, Girls Chorus 3-4, Mixed Chorus 4, Instru- V4 mental Solo 3, Small Ensemble 3, Jr. Play Fl, C' as , ' - Production, Band Council 4, Business Club 3-4. kigii PHYLLIS SIDES Band 2-3-4, Chorus 3-4, Girls Chorus 3-4, Girls State Representative 3, Homecoming Court 4, Pep Club 2, Business Club 3, Honor Society 4, Small Ensemble 2-3, Instrumental Solo 2-3-4, Declam 4, Class Officer 4, Class Play Production 3, Cast 4, Librarian 1, D.A,R, Candidate 4, Cue 8s Curtain 3-4, Pep Band 2-3-4, Girls Physical Education 1, F.H.A, 3, Orthorator 3-4, Band Council 4. RICHARD SMITH Band 1-2-3-4, Boys Chorus 1-3, Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4, Small Ensemble 2-3-4, Instrumental Solo 3-4, Vocal Solo 3-4, Pep Band 1-2-3-4, Band Council 4, All State Chorus 3, All State Band 4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Football 1-3-4, Track 1-2-4, Declam 3, Class Play Cast 4, L Club 3-4. VANCE F. STEWART JR, Band 1-2-3-4, Boys Chorus 1-2-3, Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4, Instrumental Solo 1-2-3-4, Small Ensemble 1-2-3-4, Band Council 1-2- 3-4, Pep Band 1-2-3, Football 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3, Declam 1- 2-3-4, Class Play Cast 4, L Club 2-3-4, Boys State 3, Cue 8: Curtain 2-3-4, Honor Society 3-4, Rifle Club 1, Homecoming Court 4, Class Officer 1-2-3-4, Science Club 1. x , I it DONALD SUKO Football 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3-4, LClub 1-2-3-4, F.F,A. 1-2-3-4, Judging Team 2-3-4, Band 2-3-4, Mixed Chorus 4, Boys Chorus 3, Class Officer 2, Rifle Club 3, Pep Band 3-4, Science Club 1, Camera Club 2. PATRICK WICKS Pep Club 1-2, Track 1-3-4, Intramural Sports 3-4, Football 2, F,F,A, 1-2-3-4. MARY WILBER Girls Chorus 4, F.H,A. 2-4. Business Club 4, Pep Club 1, Librarian 1, Class Play Production MARLENE WILLETTE Science Club 1, Business Club 3, F,H.A, 1- 2-3-4, Pep Club 3, Class Play Production 3. CLASS MOTTO: "Today We Follow, Tomorrow We Lead CLASS COLORS: Lavendar and White CLASS FLOWER: lris The senior year is always a busy one for high school students, and this year's graduates were found to be no exception. The class play, "Along Came Charlie," was held on April 'll in the gymnasium under the direction of Mr. George Hill. May 3 saw the entire class as guests of the iuniors at the annual prom and ban- quet. The evening was doubly enioyable for the seniors knowing that this year someone else had done the work. The idea of a class trip was voted down, but the administration offered as a substitution "study hall privilege, " whereby seniors were free to leave the building during their study halls. This started on April 8 and continued through the remain- der of the year. The traditional skip day consisted of a picnic held at Shadehill Dam on May 7. Climax of the year, of course, came with the graduation exercises, which began with class and awards night on May 14. Baccalaureate services were held on Sun- day, May 'I9 with Pastor Dwight Ellefson speaking. Finally the coveted diplomas were distributed at commencement on May 21, which featured the distinguished Dr. Kramer of Northern State Teacher's College as speaker. YHYLL I S D.A.R. CANDIDATE SIDES 9 v 6 Q. X ' 'hm - i ET K ,.,bij, M 2 wif .R , . vk I QF' M, Q .. 9 Eg., g . Why W 'i M k T5 'Ulf' f , ,G Ffa? ' -Q.. is gif z '23 SALUTA "ALONG Presented by the Senior Class CHARIIE April 108.11 FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Phyllis "Rocky" Sidesg Aldene Gabbert, student director: Evelyn 'Ma Williams" Roseg Jeanne "Gail Marshall" LaBaug Carol "Jane Russell" Kane. BACK ROW: Lee "Mr, Nibley" Jackson: George A. Hill, directorg Merle "Buck" Longwoodg Vance "Old Charlie" Stewartg Tom "Pete Williams" Bartholomewg Richard "Bard Bartlett" Smithg David "A11en Mitche11" Reeder: Amold Braught, student director. "What a beautiful "All right, you swindlers' " moonl " 26 "Freshl " ax. 1 U .. ns , , 'si G' ' " if 11 gtk 3 If 5 f I ' X ff ' ' if' j 0' 1' 1' I ' V P e G 1v'qKv" V .,..f-'Q M 1 ,Alu-, f! Wg-.f" 'U' 'e 'v Offfcens 1 X wf X fffg XV7' DQ wc! pe r WQf!MAgG un, Ich +A dm hQLg573Tlger-ll Nr Goeres-Tlfeas. Wfkner Hermann-Prey Mffofrecf !Wo,serfS, C, Ref, M11 Zimmer-Adv. P f i x - Vaughn Berg Patricia Braun Michael Burdick Kaye Courtney 1 , ' lv f Mary Lou Crow Stanley Davis "My Joe isa notta Pauper! " Sylvia Dietterle 'Carol Dokken Larry Ellison Janet Evans 28 Shirley Fiechtner Bonetta Fish Vera Foss . wer e EE 'QT 5' . ,,.. . it f,,.. 5 we - 5 if 3 vkkh' f R.,,': 'ii cfs is , U Larry Goodmanson Ruth Ham Y ' .gift l ' 1 I I f i- A Q iiiffilf-5 I 'NW' ' 'liili-1, i K- .,., : fj , K , V 1 -.,e1s::v'-1225: ,t -1: -,J .N - '1,,,5f xr Q h V. Z V, sr' KN 456, - I Qfxfwvfv J.' - : 1 'fel 4, 9 l -I 'N if M4 ZW -1 X - Ruth Hatle Harriet Foster Janice Foxl ey "Whatcha got for a nickel?" few . ' 'K 16" x H., 5 in E f ,f-fl N5 Ai ss is ,515 . . My as ,Q X ,,, I , if Ns., , 4 if Wilmer Hermann 29 Bruce Hetzel - ' , gf: Vs 1: -Y Betty Goeres Carol Ann Hagen v - was-'1' .. -ar K I ' vxsl4zx..f-.... .... 1 Floyd Hansen Dennis Hopfinger ll 53' fi: 7' V ,. Colleen Hourigan Maxine Iverson Ardeth Johnson David Johnson Elaine Jorgensen Lorraine Krebs "Can l have a bite?" Gary Lensegrav Arliss Lien s w 5? X . sl ml., E, W R ' W4-.J-av L ra , ,r,. Q arl- X, Q -- Nw L -M' rs ' L R - .v J g , gf-ev ir,-'W Xl .L-fm Ui Wifi- u. Lawrence Lockerr Robert Lorius 30 James Lyon Eugene Maier 'A WN Ml 1: "Chip bm Mx! , ,g Q, hi 4 Xsviiab' ,X ,424 ljjx n q , Q 'iv fi' wir 5 ld Y gg 'I 7 1 X s f' A if 1 sw L W , . Q., ,. xiii! 9 ,qi 5? ,Z A X , fr Q ff- hs ws an J' ff' if xr rl 555 gwx 23 ,S W i fs QQ: ' X- sw f' 1+ 'f I J 4 will x m ,s 1' 51 'll' fi K ww ii: iw Nalin Jacob Miller Gary Morris Mildred Moser Gail Paranto David Peterson I ,Ji i How do-es this look, huh? Rol land Peterson i Betty Plocek David Plocek .Q,..75 , A , Q1 is ,, M if W I Donald Pulis Raymond Pulis 3' Mary Ann Reder Marlys Rieker Sharon Robinson Larry Staiger l Marlene Swanson Harvey Trager Clarence Rook Emil Schell Alvin Sittner Ordering Prom Suppl ies sre, 1 g l VY r . Q r M Dale Wacker Marl is Wagner 'gl shds H Frances Struble Sceone Thoreson f?f.if,s.'JjrSlfqQ,fQ'lzfffl 4 ,Z ..xi,E'9fi WW: ,,,., i:,.,q,..g-,, My X, :xiii ' -L' "L 3 . , .ami l I - ' -iff W 1' : QM . QfWNOT3f ilsee PICTURED Sylvia Lindquist Edgar Storm g STATERS GIRLS' STATE: Vera Gay Foss, Mildred Moser. BOYS' STATE: Bruce Hetzel, Vaughn Berg, Wilmer Hermann. In the early days of September, the Juniors began to realize the extent of the work laying before them. It was at this time that they took charge of selling concessions at the athletic activities of Lemmon High School. On the evening of May third the Junior-Senior Prom and Banquet was held. The Banquet took place at 6:30 P.M. The speakers of the evening were Mr. Solon, Wilmer Hermann, and Tom Bartholomew, with the toast- master, Vaughn Berg, presiding. A delicious banquet was served Featuring fried chicken and shrimp as the main dishes. The Prom began at 8:30 P.M. in the High School Gym with music fur- nished by Bob Brackel and his orchestra. Decorations were planned around the theme "King Neptune's Court." Following the dance, a lunch was sponsored by the Lion's Club. The conclusion of the evening consisted of a show at the Rainbow Drive-In Theatre So ended another successful year for the Junior Class of Lemmon High School. 33 UNIOR CLASS PLAY "REST ASSUREDM SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry "Joe Lanconi' Staigerg Ruth "Mary Mor1ock" I-lamp Wilmer Morlock' Hermanng Mildred "Mrs. Mor1ock" Moserg Larry "Luigi Lanconi' Goodmansong Mary Ann "Martha Lanconi" Reder. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Sorge, directorg Ruth "Jessica Mor1ock" Hatleglames "Dr. Brown" Lyong Bruce "George P1ew" Hetzelg Betty "Miss Akers" Goeresg Dennis "Mr. Black" Hopfingerg Floyd "Lucifer" Hanseng Elaine "Mrs. Frinck" Jorgensong Sylvia "Mrs Schma1tz" Lindquistg Vera "Mildred" Fossg Gary "Jake" Morris. NOT PICTURED: our student directors Shirley Fiechtner and Sylvia Dietterle. 'But Mr. Morlock, there's no one on the "Well, Mr. Lucifer, are we ready dcvenport. " 34 to go?" ' y 1 : ! U N 'SN Q 2' , 4Q' 'V nv "' f ,g 0 4 I F' Wu I ff im L L ' ' W'-W., 5 fy 1 X N, , , M F M' . if xg ., -.... k... ., gfwwmwmw V X N,,,, f E W HW' . ' 1 m !,.ZVf,5g g " Jw" ', K 3 573, Q45 in 'Q - Q F X 1 I 4 1 -""N- .iw H Q' 3 A 'Taq ,Q H 32 ,..1 I 'CA A gm Q-My W ERR comxnm Pres Vows QOW3 iw ' fgfiorof Mannm pep' Dowd gurcffbiw P HN 7T"+?C1S. NW FC CC" L b'-' A ' p D. 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Qfwfm-EQ ,A mv- fe ,J 351f?'5.gfi ,rfifsy Yi- fi " a 1 ' J s . 1-3.31, l . . 3 Allen Huber Daryl Johnson Richard Kent Joan Kinney Ronnie Kittelson Marvin Lemke Sharon Lorenz LuAnne Lyon Richard Manning Darrell Martin Barbara Miller Leal Mitchell Kay Moser Gloria Myhre Shirley Nelson ai Z, R 4 - 1 W L7 ,fm mi 35 if f 1 mp? Q K +5 'vnu ,Q in lv W 3 65 4 hx 4 'il ,N A H f Q I ess 5 "ff fm . aff, '-.tit 2 . Xq -,V as , .., N K 5 ,uf Qwfaw 9 p X gggwl, v Wm ,Rigs F at S1 381 'W rf ' si fr 353 L H, , Wit? an iff f , A R L M , M , 4 4 4, e 5 , Q Y W M, N ...av 1. -' - fe- Z ' ' 1 zvg:5wg,1m,1.wl -Tvmfyfowy . ,,ms,.1,m1,. was .fills A ,,,. - ,:.. Q 3 fgilflafwiw- H ' ' Q,4,2gq2m'!,se1i U 3552 5 :tix xl f ll Wi , z 4 , Q, S S , . . Y Aj! U if 2 . .ai if W, Y 1 is 1 ,, :cpl- new i CLASS 'Wlnmugj wma., ,. l ' R -7 J '-- 'fb'-li ffygl x ' if is . W. I lg l SL Q, or Gladdon Nilsen Howard Olien Beverlee Ostby Lila Paranto Lorraine Paulson Randy Petersen Oliver Petik Donna Picker Gene Pulis Marilyn Randen flrif-i is if! 5 'WS' W j. l wi ki 4 .tk E X Q fi' ll jr X r , L Hemp it iss 1 i . rs wigs: X V wing, :Q 54, , .,Q. , . gga -"' :m g ,,,, "-wif 4' " , fr. ,, Qt 'V -AW ,4 , his Q 5 M Carol Ann Raney Gerald Robertson Vonnie Rose Carol Schell Orabelle Schell Mavis Sides Beverly Simon Lola Sittner Donna Smith James Smith William Struble Eilleen Sullivan Beverly Texley William Volz Kay Waggener Bemice Warfield Joe Wiesinger Dean Wilber Gloria Wise frwisrtiw ' -Us-G?" 38 NOT PICTURED: Robert Braun Robert Elam Claude Giroux Nadine Hartinger ,Q - A A . 77 172.651 gg: , ,ff of iv 5, fi,, ' ' Officers h , gi, 00306 SQSSE Njcpep, Mr' ROMSGIBHNAAV- Edwin LUT2-vpregl Jeanne Hefsurclbneas' Rolnerf Burdick N560 j1,f,,'CQ D,'e7+e,je --vu.. Dianne Christen Quentin Christman Lyle Davis Anthony Derschan Janice Dietterle Donald Dunn Marilyn Eid JoAnne Ericsson Darlene Evanson Larry Foss FRESHM N Maeiul Alexander Jerry Anderson Betty Bail. Neil Baumeister Harry Baumgarten Alice Bertrand Karen Beyers Billy Birrenkott James Bishop Leota Brought Donald Braun Joe Brence Dennis Buer Robert Burdick Darlene Byers Marvin Fredericksen Ethel Gaaskiolen Lyle Gaaskjolen David Gerdes Douglas Gordon Ruby Gray John Gustafson Donald Heinitz Jeanne Hersrud Peter Herzog Gene Hintz Kenneth Hintz LeRoy Hoff Gary Holdal Mary Kahl CLASS Alice Kellogg Dean Klein Triena Krebs Nancy Lorenz Edwin Lutz Bonnie Maier Elizabeth Merriman Arlene Miles Vadne Mitchell Glen Nilsen .Aga-E Joe Sullivan James Svihovec Carol Texley Matthias Urlacher Elwin Valley Clair Voshall Robert Wallace LeAnn Wil Iette Lowell Willey LaVern Williamson Wesley Odell Irene Pederson Judy Petik Joyce Plocek Dennis Poffenberger Robert Potter Jack Rafferty Dennis Raney William Robertson Elgene Rieker Duane Sasse Rae Saunders Dennis Schell John Schiley Walter Schirber Caryl Schmidt Louis Simons Emma Sittner Shirley Jo Sonn Mary Ann Stanley iffy D i ffff n -4.1 1 sr", A - f.1G'g'-A Al v1',2,,A,:4.'21"-6 . . 'QF' - 'N W.. 7' x Clx .xi - Q 31 :"'N!m-A 1 , ' 'Hx lx Q H-'A Jr. . . P , -9. ', X ,gwh fn d A ,yd-C4TAi B Q o Y 1 eng 55" Tl'V41s5 ,R bk!-A. 5 Mx V fxffmxzi: Nun H K , Q 4' S A N .. . Q I tx 'X 1, xkxqujf' I x . ix 1 x su if ' : f V1 f A J' 'lA,Q N. .f , , dj ff X A Nimizgw F ' ,f . X . ,Q Y 1 Xi ff l if f. ' M. f"f0f776iComing Courf X ,s 'Y + 1 gi be Affehdcrnfs ,llrfowene f-glans' Merfe Zlorlgwood fveiyrf Pose pr Cf0Whr'lU of Qllfffkf J'fAlNNf Qy Lasf Ye or is Queen Merle 5 afff70!ome W AT7'G,f7CfClr21Ls Pflyllfs Sides Vane a Sre wcrrf Carol Kane HO ECO ING PARADE "Three Coins in a Fountain" provided settings for the i956 Homecoming coro- nation program held on October 4. Last year's queen, Marie Bartholomew, placed the crown on Jeanne LaBau as Marshall Loyd Gibbons took his place beside the throne After the program cries of "Beat Hettinger" echoed through the night air as stu- dents gave their hearty support to the traditional Main Street pep rally. Friday afternoon's Homecoming parade saw sunny skies, but violent winds deprived many floats of their crepe paper adomment. Scenes from popular movies provided the theme for the occasion. Following the football game the annual Alumni Dance was held in the High School gymnasium, thus bringing the curtain down on another Round-Up Day Festival. 46 U 19 5 + QA55 11 f L fa i w-.L ' Q Wx lm f1 ijf liia1 FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Sides, E. Jorgenson, R. Hatle, A. Paulson. ROW TWO: J. Braun M. Reder, C. Kane, I. LaBau, A. Egland, L. Goodmanson. ROW THREE: Mr. Hill, D. Reeder, R Dyson, V. Stewart Ir. . M. Longwood. W. Hermann, H. Hochhalrer, R. Ham, L. Paulson. STUDENT LIBRARIAN S FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Betty Plocek, Ellen Rice, Elaine Jorgenson, Beverly Texley. ROW TWO: Lyle Davis, Carolyn Engle, Roberta Gaugler, Mary Kahl, Carol Texley, Randy Petersen. 48 LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Mary Lou Crow, Runh Hatle, Arliss Lien, Aldene Gabbert. SECOND ROW: Gail Paranto, Harriet Foster, Sylvia Dietterle, Lelia Roso, Arlowene Egland. THIRD ROW: Jeanette Ericsson, Mary Wilber, Kaye Courtney, Marlis Wagner, Evelyn Rose, Patricia Braun, Marlene Willette. BACK ROW: Clarence Gaugler, Cleo Penfield and James Braun. BUSINESS CLUB Mmm f FHA CHAPTER ROW ONE, LEFT TO RIGHT: V. Mitchell, N. Lorenz, B. Fish, E. Jorgensen, S. Thoreson. C. Schell. C. Raney, L. Paranto, E. Merriman. ROW TWO: K. Beyers, E. Sittner, L. Sittner, M. Stanley, M. Crow, V. Foss, G. Paranto, B. Miller, B. Simon, K. Gaugler, D. Byers, M. Davis, C. Schmidt, J. Dietterle, Miss Klaudt. ROWTHREE: B. Plocek, S. Fiechmer, R. Hatle, M. Iverson, S. Dietterle, A. Gabberr, E. Rieker, C. Houri an, B. Maier, E. Gaaskjolen, H. Foster, D. Foxley, A. Miles, E. Rice, S. Sonn. I. Ericsson. D. Evanson, A. Bertrang, T. Krebs. ROW FOUR: B. Texley A. Lien, C. Tex1ey,J. Petik, D. Picker, C. Hagen, A. Paulson, M. Randen. C. Kane, E. Rose, P. Braun, I. Braun, M. I-linker, J. Ericsson, M. Wa ner, F. Struble, B. Goeres, R. Gray, L. Krebs. J. Plocek. ROW FIVE: V. Rose, M. Alexander, M. Eid, K. Moserj.. Lyon, I. Pederson, M. Moser. J. Bergenheir. D. Christen, R. Baumeister, M. Willette, D. l-lomung, C. Engle, J. Evans, K. Courtney, J. Hersrud, M. Wilber, R. Saunders, L. Braught, M. Reder. "Cinderella," S. Fiechtner at the Home Economics Style Show. - RIFLE CL B FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: V. Rose, L. Lyon, S. Davis, E. Gaaskjolen, B. Simon, E. Jorgenson, I. Bartholomew, B. Texley, D. Klein, E. Valley. ROW TWO: M. Lemke, A. Egland, R. Petersen, P. Herzog, K. Gaugler, C. Engle, I. Anderson, H. Hochhalter, G. Hintz, L. Gibbons. ROW THREE: V. Mitchell, L. Simon, D. Gerdes, R. Henry, J, Bishop, L. Foss, L. Mitchell, B. Hetzel, V. Gunn, O. Petik. ROW FOUR: C. Penfield, D. Oliver, F. Hansen, I. Alexander, G. Miles, R. Hetzel, L. Willey, G. Nilsen. NOT PICTURED ARE THE CLUB'S INSTRUCTORS: Leonard Ramsdell, Hugh Dalzell, and Jap Kleinjan. " sharpshoorersn During the year approximately forty members of the Rifle Club en- ioyed participation in actual firing. In its first year of use, the three tar get gallery, which is located in the armory, was greatly appreciated by the members. Officers of the club are: Arlowene Egland, president, Bruce Hetzel, vice president, Jean Bartholomew, secretary, and Loyd Gibbons, treasurer. At left are pictured the nine mem bers who went to Pierre for the Sec- tional Rifle Tournament. Numerous awards were received by Arlowene Egland, Richard Hetzel and Floyd Hansen. Arlowene also won second place in the girls division at the state match. SQUEEZER FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Carol Ann Raney, Bonetta Fish, Lila Paranto, Aldene Gabbert, Beverly Texley. ROW TWO: Mr. Klessens, Advisorg Lorraine Paulson, Ellen Rice, Arlowene Egland Marlis Wagner, Alice Paulson, Sceone Thoreson, Mr. Nelles, Advisor. ROW THREE: Barbara Miller, Ardeth Johnson, LeAnn Willette, Harriet Foster, Mary Lou Crow, Joyce Anderson. ROW FOUR: Carol Kane, James Braun, Tom Bartholmew, Josephine Bergenheier, Kaye Courtney, Carol Ann Hagen, Evelyn Rose. Through the combined efforts of twenty-seven students and two advisors, Lemmon High students were kept .mf was informed on school news and activities E during the year. Eight issues of the Lemmon S ueezer were distributed throughout t e year. This year's editor-in-chief was Evelyn Rose, and Vera Gay Foss served as assistant editor.James Braun headed the business department while Carol Ann Hagen and Marlis Wagner served as assistant business managers. Editorial advisor was Mr. Klessens and Mr. Nelles was advisor for the business staff. A I 53 JR. - SR. PRO lg sf BANQUET I N G N E P T U v N K E as G A R D E N s A ' A I 515123 WY ll!! Stare S, I ' Kgs' 'tigddigfi QV Richard Smifb Roberi Q1 MIXED CHORUS ROW ONE, LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Johnson, D. Evanson, B. Miller, L. Roso, I. Menzel, D. Johnson, L. Iockerr, E. Valley, R. Henry, L. Jackson, J. Hersrud, B. Goeres, Mrs. Smith, Director. ROW TWO: M. Reder, A. Paulson, C. Hagen, L. Paulson, H. Foster, D. Peterson, R. Lorius, M. Longwood, H. Hochhalrer, R. Saunders, L. Braught. ROW THREE: A. Lien, B. Simon, K. Gaugler, P. Sides, M. Crow, V. Foss, J. Braun, F. Hansen, A. Braught, R, Dyson, R. Ham, F. Struble. ROW FOUR: S. Fiechmer, R. Gray, G. Paranto, D. Picker, M. Eid, M. Moser, K. Courtney, D. Hornung, D. Christen V. Stewart Ir. , T. Bartholomew, R. Smith, D. Suko, D, Reeder, C. Kane, I. LaBau. THE T 4th firrfis T K , l is A V T E I U E FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Ericsson, L. Krebs, N. Hartinger, B. Miller, E. Hoffman, S. Lindquist, E. Merriman, G. Paranto, J. Petik, C. Schmidt, S. Nelson, E. Sittner, M. Reder, Mrs. Smith, director. SECOND ROW: D. Johnson, A. Lien, D. Evanson, M. Alexander, V. Mitchell, B. Fish, A. Bertrand, I. Pederson, K. Moser, L. Paulson, A. Paulson, S. Fiechtner, C. Raney, P. Sides, E. Gaaskjolen, L. Braught, R. Saunders, E. Rieker, M. Wa ner, F. Struble. THIRD ROW: L. Willette, M. Stanley, K. Beyers, B. Simon, K. Gaugler, J. Barthoqomew, R. Gray, M. Crow, H. Foster, M. Wilber, L. Roso, D. Foxley. J. Ericsson, C. Kane. J. LaBau, S. Thoreson. FOURTH ROW: A. Johnson, K. Courtney, D. Homung, D. Picker, G. Wise. J. Bergenheier, C. Hagen, M. Moser, B, Maier, K, Waggoner, J. Anderson, M. Hinker, R. Ham. J. Hersrud, D. Christen. M. Eid. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Moriarty, director, L. Simon, J. Wiesinger, L. Lockert, E. Valley. SECOND ROW: J. Braun, I. Svihovec. J. Dashner, H. Olien, J. Anderson, R. Henry, D. Oliver. THIRD ROW: F. Hansen, D. Braun, G. Holdal, R. Dyson, A. Braught, L. Jackson. 60 K 'iiqqyqw F V92 3 Y X 'K r- 1 41" " 5 fa 13 et 5' 14, qf i 5 I' 41 fi 0 ,W fs. U -,.,cfQ'gly.v if - if All-S1 fy? 76m Barfhof ome W ARSITY Donald Suko Loyd Gibbons Half Back Vaughn Berg Full Back End J L Merle Longwood 01195 Yon G rd Guard Tackle ua Floyd Hansen Richard Smith Vance Stewart Half Back Cenfel' David Reeder End Ronald Morton Quarter Back Michael Burdick Half Back FOOTBALL Clarence Rook Tackle Eugene Maier Tackle LHS I3 Sturgis LHS 6 Eureka LHS 0 Mobridg Scoreboard 47 I3 e 25 LHS I9 LHS I3 LHS 7 Vincent Gunn Guard Deadwood 25 Hettinger 24 Pierre 38 Lawrence Lockert David Peterson Raymond Pulis Half Back Guard Half Back Harvey Hochhalter David Burdick Harvey Trager Guard End Center "B" FOOTBALL I 4 ROW ONE: L. Mitchell, R. Kent, R. Manning, W. Struble,J. Dashner, D. Gerdes. ROW TWO: B. Birrenkott, D. Burdick, I. Rafferty, O. Petik, J. Bishop, J. Sullivan, W. Schirber, M. Cooper. ROW THREE: Coach Douglas Hyke, R, Peterson, E. Lutz, D. Sasse, D. Gordon, R. Burdick, D. Poffenberger,D. Raney, J, Gustafson, G. Pulis, R. Potter. "B" BASKETBALL ROW ONE: G. Holdal, J. Sullivan, D. Burdick, H. Baumgarten, R. Lorius, G. Nilsen, R. Potter qStudent Managerj. ROW TWO: D. Sasse, D. Gordon, W. Hermann, B. Birrenkott, Coach Douglas Hyke, I. Bishop, W. Schirber, D. Raney, E. Lutz. "A" CHEERLEADERS Kaye Courtney, Betty Goeres, Frances Struble, Jeanne LaBau "B" CHEERLEADERS Lila Paranto, Bonnie Maier, LeAnn Willette, Shirley Jo Sonn ' as nstewu "Bones H HB. J h H Tom Bartholomew F9 0 n VUDCC Sfewdrf John Alexander VARSITY "Rich" "Dave" "Me" Richard' smifh Devid Reeder D0""'d Suke 66 llBabe ll Vaughn Berg "Dean" H . H . Ems Larry Stmger David Burdick BASKETBALL i IIMOHII nl-Ioppyll 'lHerb" Ronald Morton Dennis Hopfinger Wilmer Hermann Tom Bartholomew David Reeder Donald 5Uk0 ROW ONE: David Reeder, Dennis Hopfinger, David Gerdes, Walter Schirber, Gladdon Nilsen, Leal Mitchell. ROW TWO: Donald Suko, Loyd Gibbons, Tom Bartholomew, Dennis Raney, James Bishop, Elwin Valley, Jack Rafferty, Lyle Gaaskjolen. ROW THREE: Richard Smith, Harvey Hochha lter, Raymond Pulis, Gary Holdal, Edgar Storm, Joe Sullivan, Coach Len Ramsdell, Coach Doug Hyke. Vaughn Berg Loyd Gibbons Richard Smith ROW ONE, LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Suko, L. Mitchell, H. Olien, L. Lockert. ROW TWO: R. Morton, M. Burdick, D. Reeder, W. Hermann. V. Gunn, Coach Leonard Ramsdell. ROW THREE: Coach Robert Sorge W. Struble, F. Hansen, D. Hopfinger, R. Smith, L. Gibbons, D. Peterson. ROW FOUR: T. Bartholomew, L. Staiger, V. Berg, D. Burdick, J. Alexander, M. Longwood, V. Stewart, C. Rook. J. Lyon, E. Maier ROW ONE, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Pulis, E. Valley, P. Herzo , R. Petersen, W. Volz, R, Manning, G. Pulis, R. Hall. Q. Chriistman. ROW TWO: I. Raffertlg J. Miller, Peterson, J. Smith, R. Peterson, J. Anderson, E. Maier, L. Goodmanson, D. Wil r, N. Baumeister, D. Martin. ROW THREE: L. Foss, C. Giroux, E. Schell. P. Wicks, C. Voshall, D. Wacker, R. Hetzel, L. Mitchell, G. I-lintz, L. Lockert, D. Johnson, ROW FOUR: H. Hochhalter, G. Nilsen, D. Braun, M. Burdick, W. Struble, L. Gibbons, C. Penfield, J. Lyon, M. Longwood, B. Hetzel, O. Petik, D. Pulis, I. Dashner, L. Hopfinger. SECT IO III TOURNAMENT Lemmon had the honor, this year for the first time, of being host to the Section Ill basketball tournament. The drawings paired Redfield and Lemmon for the first contest, and Aberdeen's Golden Eagles against the Mobridge Tigers for the second game. Lemmon came through with a 58 to 44 victory over the Pheasants, while Mobridge fell to Aberdeen with a score of 58 to 50. The consolation play saw Mobridge again fall, this time to Redfield, by a score of 49 to 38. The championship battle pitted the Lemmon Cowboys against a strong Aberdeen five. With play almost on an even keel, Aberdeen finally defeated the spirited Lemmon team with a final score of 52 to 44, thus winning the coveted berth in the state tournament. C OAC H Robert Sorge 70 T H E S E C T I O N A L Timber Lake Bison Sturgis Spearfish Mc Intosh Cheyenne Redfield Ipswich Mandan Mc Laughlin Phi I ip "U"'!UJ2C"""UEUP!c'b You can come down now, Stew, I'm afraid he's gone. Maybe Vaughn will catch him the next time up. BASKETBALL SCOREBO RD WE 42 46 62 46 54 43 60 66 50 48 67 TH EY 32 48 51 53 60 63 58 52 39 47 6I Mobridge Hettinger Mc Laughlin Fort Yates Watertown Miller Dupree Hettinger Winner Pierre TH EY 49 50 50 I02 70 76 60 43 57 53 .v" I ., ,I 5 3-L.. . 9: If V 9 0 5 WY f U ' Mya f'- Z f s . 54 5 r 4' , h I f 'V' "sf -0 W ' all if if ' 71 I 4 5 i f 5 Q , I as Q ,1- ' Qu- I 5 4 l Z . .il LA A u 4 I - 1, ' 4- . Q 1 ' 4:5 A ' an . . 'ref ! V -Q., f 13.3, "' , ,f f Q! 15-. ,L 6 mA EMM L flaw w. K S. N18 , i Lf' rg A .f-'cf' M J, ,fm ff, SM:-1 'Sq ,Fig n 3 . M,..Q-f""W " K , .Nt , x K K Ls I., ? if f z 23 ,f J ,X , . V A' X .I-7, ps. e N A 'ff ,' YR I Y V gf P f , 53:45 K X R. 1. RB f ' A '4 . .U BN if W Ni Eg, if ,ww-"KA v..,,,,.w"L F Maki '-Q-..,mM9W Camera Rexol l Suppl ies Remedies QXXH. School Toiletries Suppl ies SMITH'S DRUG STORE 6 Df'f.Vl.f7'9 it fd HELD make Lemmon? 75en-qgerls Me Caunfz'-yiS' Thi5 Space WGS LSUIFGJT' Dfl.Yefsf.' S cl b The F ll B IK Ponsore O owllg U Srahdard Of! Dull! Dealer O'l Dealers Gale HolbrooK Lemmon llufz, Co. M V X ,-.- .ffhclair Oil Proa'ue7'5 Q Q xf 'W ln cheiy-Oldsmobile ce I S S 1 I Q " ' Q! 5 4 Corfer Bulk Sion-on A Q NDPTPI fhJCFCfld2hT 0,7 -Th L k T M 57a1'7'an 0 nfl OC. er . . ll ,I Socily-Mobjgqs Bum 536,773 Ph.11E,mjiv 9,Z.,Juc-rs -fvph + Uihrmy Behrmann A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARNED Hardware - dry goods - groceries THE GOLDE R LE Lemmon's largest department store. SNYDEIVS V F R E E M M E E N N 'S 'S W 5 E H A Q R E S SPORTING GOODS -....1......E..E. -A 'E D W "SEE OUR DAD FOR THE BEST DEAL" GEORGE G. 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