Redfield High School - Pheasant Yearbook (Redfield, SD)

 - Class of 1949

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JEAN ALLISON Northern State Teachers College Socxology Cxvxcs American Hxstory 16 years RICHARD BENTLEY Northwestern Umversxt Cornell College Band Duector 2 years MELVIN BUCK fllendale State Normal and Industnal College Mechamcal Drawmg Weld mg 2 years JESSAMINE COOLIDGE Umversxty of South Dakota English l Charge of Lxbrary 22 year: LVL MARJORIE BENTLEY Cornell College Orchestra Dmrector 2 years MARY BROSSART Unxversxty of South Dakota Typmg Shorthand. 1 year EDITH COLE School Secretary 6 years EUNICE CROUCH Dakota Wesleyan Grade vocal music A Chor us Guls Glee Club Enghsh 2 and 4 2 years. ,LVM IZ-ff' l . . Y . . Wood Qhop and Metal Shop. f P 1 I 'fi g ,L - . I-'LORA GOTAAS University of Wisconsin Umversuy of Colorado Plane and Solid Geometry Algebra One and Two 7 years ALBERT KEMPF General Beadle College Biology General Science As sxstant Coach. 1 year ROY MORGAN University of South Dakota Colorado A 8: M General Science Chemistry General Math. l year WARREN SCHIMNOWSKI South Dakota State College Economic Geography General History 7th and 8th Grade Science Economics Boys Glee Club l year KENNETH GREENO Northern State Teachers College Physical Education. 4 years MARIAN LYLE South Dakota State College 7th and 8th Grade Home Economics 1 2 and 3 High School Home Economics 4 years. FLORENCE PUDER Luther Hospital Watertown School Nurse 8 years KATHERINE TRACY Dakota Wesleyan University Speech. American Literature English 2 2 years. LAUREL WINJU M Northern State Teachers University ot South Dakota CommerciaL Physical Educa- tion. 1 year n . 6' . . . I . I I , I. 4- I o 5' . I I I I l ', 1 I Q 5' . . Q 'E z I l I V i I 'If - S Class Flower Talisman Rose U L0 uafues ufwze E Lola Alhson "Every day a hollday" Glee Club 1 2 3 Student Councll 3 A Chorus 1, 2 3 Orchestra 2 3 Jumor Play, One Act Play 3, Debate 2, Declam 1, 2 3 4, Natnon al Honor Soclety 3 4 Home Ec Club 3 Presldent, Sensor Glrls, Class Officer 4, Secretary, Qulll Scroll 3 4 N Pheasant Call 2 3, 4, Annual Staff Class Colors Rose and Gold LE, Donnabelle Badger Full ol' pep and right In step Student Councnl 4, Vlce Pre: ldent, Keyettes, Jumor Pla Debate 4 Declam 3 Pheasant Call 4, Home Ec Club 3 Ll brarnan 3, Office Girl 4 11 Conme Buss Don Bottum Joyce Badger "Loyalty plus" B Chorus 1 Sensor Gurls, Keyettes A nual Staff 4, Home Ec Club 3 Major ettec 2 3 4 Bobby Lee Booze "Just a regular el ow Key Club, Intramu ral 3, 4, Letterman' Club 3 4 Basket ba 3, 4 He knows how to enjoy llfe ' Club 2 3 4, Chorus 2 3, 4, Track 1 Key Club Letterman: CIub1 2 3 4, Visual Al 3 4 HSVNCGCI1 888 DQCDHIGI HCT" Band1 2 3 4 Board 1 Chorus 1, Semor Girls President, Keyettes, Office Gurl 2 Class0fflcer, Treasurer 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4 1 ggi Carol Clark Lovely as a son ' nd 1 2 4 A Chorus 1, 3 4 Orchestra 1 3 4 Student Councul 2 4 Jumor Play, One Act Play 1 Debate 3 4 Natvonal Honor Socnety 3 4 Pheasant Call Staff 1, 2 3 Edntor 4 An nual Staff 2 4, Girls State 3 Quill and Scroll 3 4 Pep Band 3 4, Trno 4 Octette 1 3 a jorettes 2, 3 4, Declam 3, 4 'Due to Ilmlted space ill 3 Blame Clark A twmkle In her eye, a smile on her face and a Joke In her pocket" nd 1 2 4 Glee Club , C us 1 3 4, Jun Play Debate 3 Declam 2 3 Pheasant Call 2 3 4 Annual Staff 3 Edutor 4 Glrls State, Quill and Scroll 3, 4 Pep Band 1 2 3 4 Quartet 2, 4, Octette 3, F L ctnvutues could not be hated " II 9 IZ U. U1 9 5, ' e . , , : ' IA , 1 ll 2 I 1 I 1 I I ' 1 ' I 1 . ' ' - ' ' ' ' y: 1 7 - 1 7 r I ' . ' ' . . I F '- I 1 ' . - - . - - I I- I and , 1 . F. L. 2, 3, 4, Ii I II ,.,, I I I 5 11? , I I 'i if 1 x I II 1 - 3 - , ' I IIII I I . . l I 1 . f ' Il '. ' ' Q? S 95 11 . , I I I III? Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Member 4: Glee Club 1 " ' s " . I' I' I I ' ' . I . 1 1 ' : d , . ' n - c ' .. ,. .. . . . c. aa , ,a, : 2. ' .: - Ba .,s.: 1.I2 5 , 5 ' 3, 4: hor 1 21 1 ' ICI' ' . 5 : : . : . . I : - I 1 1 4: I 1 ' l I 1 I ' I . : : 1 ' 1 1 1 M - 1 1 1 F ' ' , ' . N. . . 3, 4. Aureole Ernst "Golden hair, golden voi Declam 4: Band 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Student Council 4: Senior Girls: Keyettes: Office Girl 4: Class Officer, Vice-President 4: Pep Band 3, 4: Trio 4: Soloist 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4. Don Hardie "Redfield High Casanova" Glee Club 1: Key Club: Track 2, 4: Boxing 2, 3, 4: kntramural 3: Visual Aid 3, Wayne Harford "If there's anynfun he'll flnd i Glee Club 1, 4: Chorus 1: Key Club: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: One Act Playa 1: Letter- man's Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2: Boxing 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Leon Cleberg Beverly Daniels "Country Gentleman" "A welcome addition to R. H.S." Key Club, Sec.: Intramural 2, 3, 4. Pheasant Call 4: Senior Girls: Keyettes: Annual Staff 4. I E'd.snes Wilbur Dvorak 'en' ' ' "Everybody'e Buddy" "Sincerely sincere" senior Girls: Keyette, Treat.: Debate 2: Declam 3: 4. Home Ec. Club 2: Majorettes 2, 3: Junior Play. Key Club: Intramural 2, 3, Richard Hammond "How wise can one be?" Glee Club 4: Key Club: Football 1, 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Boxing 4: Student Manager 2: Intramural 2, 3: Letter-man's Club 2, 4: Visual Aid 2, 3, 4. x , Q' xiii: I 5132 if Bonnie Hilkemeier "Fondnesa is Friendship" Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Accompanist Boys Glee Club 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Girls, Secretary: Key- ettea: National Honor Society 4: Home Eos Club 3: Office Girl 3, 4: Pep Band I I ' .Tim Hirtzel "I-Ie'lI reach high heights" Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 4: Chorui 1: Student Council 2. 3, Preeidentfi Football 1, 2. 3, 4: Track 1, 2. 35 JUHIW' Play: National Honor Society 4: Pheas- ant Call Staff 2: Annual Staff 4: Claes Officer, President 1: Boy! State? Letter- man's Club 2, S, 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4- v 1 N I tix 4 " i i lx E in X 1 fix e f L 4 '5 , 'fg gy: :- "' 55 T ? 5? 1. , 3 Julxanna Jessen 'There is no wisdom like frankness Glee Club 3, 4, Chorus 1 2 3 4, Senior Girls Declam 2, 3, Librarian 4, Key ettes, Office Girl 4 Donna Johnson Likeable laughter" Glee Club 4 Senior Girls Kayettes Declam 3, Home Ec Club 3, Office Girl 4 44" Rxchard Johnson A new combination re hair and a sense of humor" Glee Club 1 4 Chorus 1 Student Council 4, Key Club, Football 3 4, Track 1 2 Intramural 3 Letter mans Club 2, 3, 4, Annual Laura Kennedy ' Foot Iooke and fancy free Band 1, 2 3, 4 Glee Club 2, 3 Chorus QAJ 2 3, Senior Girls Keyettes Pheasant Call Staff 2, 3 4 Home Ec Club 3, Librarian 3, Office Girl 2, Pep Band 4 Sharon Klebsch Laugh mg eyes" Chorus QBI 1, Senior Girls Key ettes, Declam 2, 3, Home Ec Club 8, Cheerleader 2 Eleanor Lundsirum "'Nobody can enjoy I' aIone" Band 1 2, 3, 4' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2 3 4: Senior Girls' Keyettes: De- elam 2, 3: Home Ec. Club 3' Office Glrl 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4, Saxophone Quartet 2 uv 'x Gordon Mager "lf by chance I talk a Iittl forgive me ' Key Club' Track 2 3 4' lntramural 3, 4: Letterman s Club 2, 3 Staff4 :al C-T' 19' 6' Joan Mandery 'She radiates personality" Band 1 2' 3: Glee Club 1, 2 3 4' Student 00'-'NCI' 3 4. Secretary' Senior Girls Treasurer' Keyettee' Pheasant Call Stafl 2 3. 4' Home Ee. Club 3: Librarians 4: 3f.5'ii'..'?6"sZfL.?i"'Ei. 3' "U"'1"'5J'3' 3' ' orus Annual sun 1, 4.' , ' ' ' 4' Mildred Marlette ' nows something about everything" Band 1 2 3 4, Glee Club 1 2, 3, 4: Chorus QAJ 1 2, 3, 4: Senior Girls: Keyettes: Declam 1 2' Pheasant Call Staff 1 2, 3, 4: Home Ee. Club 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Clarnnat Quarbt 3, 4- Don Larsen "Mr Downbeat" Band 1, 2 3, 4 Glee Club Football 1 2, 3, Basketball 1 2 ack 1 2 One Act Play National Honor Society 3 4 Vice President Boys State Intramural 3 Pep Band 2 3, 4 Quartet 3, Letterman s Club 3 I, ..,,., . vb . . - - .. .. - 4 . - a V2 I Y -' 4- Y ' .. - - -, d . - .. , 'WM ' , : 3 Q, . :, i : , :I I. ' ' ' L- 3 . ' ' ' ff A cn dn 1:2 3 4 K1'2b?'g: ' K orus , , , : ey u: .. . " 5' Tr. .' f . 112 2 i 1 9 2 , 1 Ki ri lfe 1 8' l I , I I I I v s ' ' ' ,K 6 . v . , . , . . 5,- li X -as 3 49am Roland- Miller Lois Mullonboxg ,ff "Tall, dark and myaterioua" "Talkative" Key Club, President: Football 3: Track 3, Glee Club 4: Senior Girls 4: Keyettea: 4: Intramural 2, 3, 4. guns: Tag 3: Declam 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Ee. u , , . Richard Neuman "Full of fun and fancy free" Key Club: Football 1, 3: Intramural 1, 2, 3. Wallace Newman "3 cheers for the ladiea, 5 cheera for me-why cheer for the ladies?" Glee Club 1, 2, 4: Chorua 1, 2, 4: Track 3: Key Club: I ,, Y . ' Sw: .f K .gl 13 , Elaine Peimann 1 , 3' "LlkeabIe Gal" ' Gleo Club 4: Chorua 4: Senior 5' -' Qirla: Declam 3: Junior Play: Pheaaant Call Staff 1: Librarians ' 4: Koyettea: Home Ec. Club 3. Q 'Y lk. if . I A V' 'rx i K . 3' Joan Schultze' Cul Sante "Marriage has taken her" 'N F, "HI: character la calm" Clan Oflicer 1, 2: Home " . , , - Ee. Club 3: Kayottea: Pheaa- .E 153-Q H V " Kay Club 4: Track 3, 4: ln- ant Call 2, 3, 4: Student , 1 'Y-7 ,V tramural 1, 2, 3, 4: Visual Council, Sec.: Chorus 1, 2, ,ii qi,-5' Aid lOperatoraJ 3, 4. 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 8, 4: Aff 4 ' , Q One Act Play 3: Annual Stafl 2: Quill and Scroll 3, 4. 1' f -S ' '-A Y. 1 ji? F' Y ,xii -E Duane Shevlin . Marlyco Susan "Bewarel I may yet do something een. tional" Glee Club 1, 4: Chorus 1, 4: Key Club 4: Football 3. 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: "B" Track 2, 3. 4: Student Manager 2: Junior Play: Pheasant Call' Staff 1, 2: Annual Staff 3, 4: Clase Officer 2, Vice-Pres.: Lettern-lan'a Club 2. 3, 4: Visual Aid 3, 4. "Her hair is her crowning glory" Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Chorua 1, 2. 3, 4: Junior Play: Home Ec. Club 3: Annual Staff 4: Oflice Girls 37 Librar- ian 2: Doclam 3: Senior Girls: Key- ettea: Clue Officer 8: Octette 8: Trio 4. Intramural 1, 2, S, 4: Viaual Aid wperatora: 4. Leon Robsahm "I-le haan't any Pull but plenty of pump! Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Qlee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorua 1, 2, 8, 4: Key Club: Junior Play: Track 2: One Act Play 1: Annual Stall 2, 8, 4: intra- mural 3: Pep Band 3, 4: Lotter- man'a Club. MW .25 Lodema Smith' "Tall ana fair of face, nice and liked in Darrel Sprague every case" "Fighting captain of the grid" Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Senior Girls, Vice- Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Pres.: .Keyette Sec.: Debate 3: Declam 3, Officer 3, Vice-Pres.: Intramural 2, 3, 4: 4: National Honor Society 3, 4, Treas. 4: Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4: Visual Aid 3, 4. Pheasant Call 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Annual Staff 4: Octette 3: NFL 3, 4. La Dell Siapp Dorothy Wanken Joan Weiss "She likes fun" "B" Chorus 3: Senior Girls: Key- ettes: Declam 1, 2, 3. Wayne Welker' "An infinite variety of tal- ents and laughs" Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1, 3, 4: Football 2, 8, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Play: National Honor Soci- ety 3, 4: Annual Staff 3, 4: Class Officers 2, 3, 4: Letter- man's Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys State: Debate 4: Key Club: Chorus 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3. Shxrley Wolier Hugh Zens "Naturally good natured" "You can't keep a good man from graduating, can you?" Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Girls: Keyettes: Football 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Intra- Declam 3: Librarians 3: Office Girls 4: mural 2, 3, 4: Let'terman'a Club 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Pen Band 1, 2, 3, 4: 4. Mixed Quartet 3: Clarinet Quartet 2, 3, 4: Octette 4. D sl "Napoleon was small too" "Laughing is Iiving" fr Football 3, 4: Track 3, 4: "B" Chorus 3: Senior Girls: , , Intramural 2, 3: Lett.erman's Keyettes: Debate 3: Declam - Club 4. 3, 4: Home Ec. Club 2, 3, 4: Office Girls 4. 'F 'i uses: . M '-. 23.5135 ",l'QT?""' xiii? W5-' I, , W, ,i .. e 4 , Renata Weiss 9, "Witty, willful, and 'Weiss' " 5. one Club 1, 2, 3, 4: chorus 1, 2, S, 4: Orchestra 1, 2: Senior Girls: Keyettes: One Act Play 2: Declam gHpbrarlans33: Home Ec. Club 3: 4 ' ice urs . V I-.-i ' kr 3 4 2, 1 4- Max Wilson :sk "Cast your eyes elsewhere .gf girls, l'm allergic" ' f JW - 3 Football 2: Basketball sg 23,53 Q Track 2: Pheasant Call Staff I N F31 4 4, 3, 4: Annual Staff 2: intra- Q, ' LT -X 3 mural 2, 4. - 7951 , ' . V U .,,,.,, , qt l '1 5 gddfltldfg ' 91 Left to right: Glen Cole, president, Ralph Syverson, Oliver Myrum, W. O. Lothrop, K. C. Parsons. Standing: R. W. Willis. Sluclenl' Gonna!! 0 rw Q23 5 ff l la-.. 3 Y is gs Back row: Mr. Baumann, Buzz Welker, Jim Hirtzel, Harley Hanson, Rich Johnson, Martin Predoehl, Bill Syverson. Front row: Carol Clark, Joan Mandery, Lodema Smith, Aureole Ernst, Donnabelle Badger. Glam Gjfwm ,..1 1 L Somoa' Seated Cleft to rxghtj Corrme Buss Treasurer Lola All 13011, Secretary Aureole Ernst Vxce President Wayne Welker President ....nz..... Freshman Seated Cleft to rxghtb Ronnxe Betten V1ce Presxdent Marxon Seeman Presldent Conme Jessen Secretary Treasurer -71111101 Cleft to r1ghtJ Galen G11 Sophomore Cleft to rlghtl Gordon lette Secretary Treasurer Duane Larsen Presxdent Harold Booze Sanger V1ce Presldent Walter Secretary Treasurer Lyle Mxch Brachvogel Presldent els Vxce Pres1dent First row Qleft to rlghtl Irene Brmk Stella Baker Leanne Hanson Joan Hxlkemeler June Baker Lucllle Harms Gerry Hammond A1109 Jean Bottum Betty Backer Second row Pat Dvorak Ruth Anderson Jean Engle Donna Dvorak June Freeburg Darlene Dav1s Roselle Cook Bonn1eAppletoft V1rg1n1aFoge1song Phylhs Erlckson Ramona DaV1S Ahce Compton Back row Phyllls Drown Delbert Bottum Bob Compton Galen Glllette Tom Chrlstxansen Ray Hoff Ed Hughes Avon Hauffe Sk1p Boub Walt Brachvogel James Huss M1ss Tracy -Q., F1I'St row Qleft to rlghtl Jackle Levtzow Joyce Mlchels Harriet Parsons Maxme Welss Ed Thomas Second row Connle McKay Lorrame Vander Wal Omlee Robsahm Dorxs Marlette Dona Smlth Verna Qultch Thu'd row Ed1th Mager Jamce Pesha Sh1rley Johnson Juanxta Larson Bonxta Larson Donna Slsson Jun Kennedy Mrs Gotaas Back row Daryl Yada Ray Schaffer Roger Pederson B111 Koester Duane Sanger Joe Lesselyoung D1ck Wood Martm Predoehl Don Lmderman A.. 0 1 A l L 'N V . ll A , Q. - l ff Y , 4 8 . 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A IZ mm 'sf I Flrst row Cleft to r1ghtD Ada Rae Compton Beverly Cr1tes Katherlne Keller Vxolet Hor mann Lucllle Jandel Arlene Gabr1el Second row Loxs Hoffman Wllma Kearney Donna Chapln Darlene Brown Helen Bucholz Mar1an Hull Velva Baker Thlrd row Duane Day A.n1ta Badger Dorothy Cooper Darlene Barness Shlrley Gavette Pat Cunnlngham Conme Jessen Cora Jean Klothe Dorothy Hard1e Fourth row M1ss Coohdge Chfford Hagen Bob Andersen Bruce Baker Gary Blaedorn Kelth Hard1e Ronald Betten James Carter Delbert Johnson Davld Hanson Benny Drown Jack Clark J First row Cleft to rlghtb Jean Yada Joan Mather Marlene Pflster Anna Mae N1ck1sh Karleen Tewell Betty Jane Panaanen Row Two Hllda Pflster Barbara Leesch June Sprague, Rosemary Llrzer, Joyce McCarty, Mary McCarty, Marrlyn Mlller, Juan McCarty Th1rd row Mr Sch1mnowsk1, Jack Larsen, Marxan Seeman, Bernadlne Pfxster, Mxlton May den, B111 Meyers, Mary Lou Rausch, B111 Syverson, Robert Van Vleet Fourth row Gor don Mullenburg, Doyle Tubandt, Marvm Marlette, Melv1n Vander Wal, Jerry Relhrn, Daelyn Sanger, George Larsen, Rhemhold Mager, James Yungw1rth - Q . 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" 5 - - J - ' ' 7 . .Y In I 'f 1 L' L ' s , - 3 ' lf B 5 - 1 -1 5 X g l Q X l n e ' I2 3 - , 1 . , u . x New Orleans has Its Mardl Gras but Redfreld Hugh School has Its Homecoming On Homecoming you store up enough memories and fun to last a whole year Remem ber the pep fest weren t we bonsterous' The skut that foretold the outcome of the game and the German Band' We snake danced lmaybe I should say we yanked and pulledl to the theater for the free show Lady Luck wasn t wlth us for Homecommg day was cold and wmdy Queen Bonnie Hrlkemeuer looked so pretty whale Aureole Ernst Lola Allrson Carol Clark Joan Wll hams and Joyce Badger lthe Queen s attendants! looked a lrttle chllly In therr abbre vlated formals The parade was up to par with the Semor 49ers float takmg frrst place were the Junlors ever jealous' But the game that's what was out of this world The Redfueld Pheasants defeated the Mnlbank Bulldogs 35 to 7 All good thmgs must come to an end so we polished off the day with the dance and In the wee hours of the morn came home tired but happy members of Redfield Hugh School . , . . , . , .... , . I I I ' . , . . . . I 1 . . . , . . ' I . . ,, . ' ' 1 ll - - . . I I 1 . . a qs, . . I . y ' ,. 5 n ' V, N - n z, I N -- 9 JX '9 T fa fd YN Vo SKIP 753, f ,nm H om C EXC!-I 51122 uf LIE JOE 1, POEKy y 1-""'qB' SUCK W X f-fUG-H Z RAY H in wi GLAD V 4 T9 -3 T :QQ v V w f 4 q Y JT! f . K p L . FE Q, I 55, n Vx A75 ,.f,,, Q 'wif lj 1 1 I ' 'K -.i ,, 11---1 if Ov Dn, ' '99 if -gm 13 Third row: Cleft to rightj Frank Hoff, Wayne Harford, Joe Lesselyoung, Harley Hansen, Jim Hirtzel, Rich Johnson, George Larsen, Tom Christiansen. Second row: Lyle Michels, Bob Compton, Darrel Sprague, Rich Boub, Roger Denker, Ed Hughes, Wayne Welker, Hugh Zens. First row: La Dell Stapp, Rich Hammond, Jim Kennedy, Walt Brachvogel, Galen Gillette, Gary Weiss, Duane Shevlin. REDFIELD'S GOLDEN PHEASANTS, A SMALL, FAST, RUGGED TEAM, COMPLETED ONE OF THE FINEST FOOT- BALL SEASONS IN THE SCHOOL'S HISTORY. AFTER THE DUST OF THE GRIDIRON HAD SE'I'I'LED THE PHEASANTS EMERGED WITH THE NORTHEAST CONFERENCE CHAM- PIONSHIP. THEY ACCOMPLISHED THIS WITI-I A 8-0 WIN AND LOSS RECORD IN CONFERENCE PLAY. OF THE EIGHT GAMES PLAYED THE GREENOMEN LOST ONLY TWO. THOSE BEING AT THE HANDS OF THE CLASS A SCHOOLS - HURON AND PIERRE. A VOLUME COULD BE WRI'I'I'EN ON THE PHEAS- ANTS PLAY DURING THE '48 SEASON, BUT SPACE AL- LOWS FOR ONLY A FEW HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SEASONAL PLAY. THE OPENING GAME FOUND TWO RUGGED TEAMS BA'I'I'L1NG EVENLY THROUGHOUT MOST OF THE GAME. HURON'S RESERVE POWER WAS THE DECIDING FACTOR IN THE 13-7 SETBACK THE PHEASANTS TOOK IN THEIR OPENING GAMIE. THE FOLLOWING WEEK THE SPEEDY PHEASANTS BOUNCED BACK TO CAPTURE THEIR FIRST CONFERENCE VICTORY BY DEFEATING SISSETON 42-18. GROTON, THE NEXT CONFERENCE FOE. FOUND THAT SPEED AND DETERMINATION WERE MORE THAN THEIR SIZE AND POWER COULD COUNTERACT AS 'I'HE PHEAS- ANTS TRIPPED THEM 26-13, WARMING UP FOR HOME- COM'ING THE BIRDMEN RAN WILD OVER THE DOLAND S TO THE TUNE OF 40-0. HOMECOMING WAS AGAIN VICTORIOUS WITH THE BULLDOGS FROM MIL- BANK FINDING OUT TO THEIR SORROW WHAT THE FETIVE DAY MEANT TO THE TEAM. FINAL SCORE 35-7. CONTINUING ON WITH THEIR CONFERENCE VIC- TORIES THE PHEASANTS SOON SUBDUED WEBSTER 14-0. PIERRE CAUGHT THE PHEASANTS AT LOW EBB THE FOLLOWING WEEK AND TRIIMMED THEM 32-13. FINISH- ING TI-EEIR VERY SUCCESSFUL SEASON, THE GOLDEN PHEASANTS CRASHED THROUGH THE CLARK COMETS FOR THE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP AND HIGH PRAISE FROM EVERYONE WHO HAD FOLLOWED THEIR SEASON. Captain Darrel Sprague 1948 PI-IEASANT FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Redfield Redfield Redfield Redfield Redfield Redfield Redfield Redfield 7 Huron 42 Sisseton 26 Groton 49 Doland 35 Milbank 14 Webster 13 Pierre 1 9 Clark 13 18 13 0 7 0 32 0 REDFIELD 0 HURON "B" TEAM 26 IN THEIR FIRST GAME OF THE SEASON THE CHICKS FOUGHT HARD BUT INEXPERIENCE AND MAN- POWER WERE THE DECIDING FACTORS AS THEY MET DEFEAT, REDFIELD 7 HURON JR. HIGH 7 BATTLING ON EVEN TERMS THROUGHOUT THE GAME THE "B" SQUAD COULD ONLY MUSTER A TIE WITH THE HURON BOYS. KENNEDY SCORED THE LONE T, D. FOR REDFIELD ON AN END-AROUND PLAY. REDFIELD 0 MILLER "B" 15 AGAIN THE CHICKS MET DEFEAT, BUT NOT BECAUSE THEY WEREN'T FIGHTING. IT WAS A GOOD GAME, AND THE BOYS PICKED UP VALUABLE EXPERIENCE, WHICH IS THE PURPOSE OF THE "B" TEAM, REDFIELD 13 DOLAND "B" 13 IN THEIR LAST GAME OF THE SEASON THE FUTURE PHEASANTS BATTLED THE DOLAND TEAM TO A' I3-I3 TIE. THE TEAM LOOKED GOOD AND ONLY A PENALTY CAUSED THEM TO TIE THE GAME. A DASHING SPRINT TO PAY DIRT BY MARV NEUMAN WAS CALLED BACK BECAUSE OF A PENALTY AND SO THE SCORE REMAINED A TIE, BOB CLARK SCORED ONE TOUCHDOWN FOR REDFIELD WHEN HE BROKE LOOSE FOR 62 YARDS ON A QUICK OPENER. THE SECOND T, D. CAME WHEN LE ROY STAPP RECOVERED A PUNT, BLOCKED BY REIHM, IN THE OPPONENTS' END ZONE. 5' "B" FOOTBALL si . ii 3 Back row: IL. to RJ Delbert Bottum, Gordon Larsen, fb Gilbert Watson, Marvin Neuman, Marvin Johnsen, Jerry V L' Reihm, Forrest Gibson, James Carter, Ronald Day, Bob Clark, Coach Kempf. Front Row: Gordon Mullenberg, Clifford Hagen, Duane Day, Benny Drown, Jack Larsen, W 1 Bill Syverson, LeRoy Stapp, Doyle Tubandt, Bob Math- ews. B ck R KLet to Rrghtt Cornne Bass Dorothy Wanken oyce Badger Lots Maettenburg Horne a Pexrnann Xrene Erdsness Eeveny Dan eh Eane Oark D nna Bohrson Marty Q SESOU LOU d ra nne y CK Q h 'Om Rod X- fr K0 RQ? W iahanna lessen Donnabgxxe Renata Werss locn Wergg LQ em m Pt X Ernst Snxney Badger Bonnre Hdkerneref gmron New rm x ra AH Cn Er mor Lund mm meoe o ter Carot Clark ioan Mgndew 46 W R' Y esrdent Sharon Ktebsch Vrce Presrdent Lodema Smrth Secre Keyettes Othcers Donnabette Badger r tary trene Erdsness Treasurer The grrts hotd two meetrngs a month One rs devoted to workrng on drnner meetrng at whrch a guest spea er ta s me communrty otan the other rs a t t et them acq yects henehtrng so h td a party tor the rumor grrs o g e vacatran Thrs year the semor guts e n som yrrth the organrzatron and to etect thetr othcers tor next year Ct h ecr t ry tt Rotand Mdter Presrdent Rrchard lohnson Vrce Presrdent Leon e erg b ectwes ylhrch rnctu e Key Ctuh 0 rcers T easurer The duh hetd meetrngs throughout the year and earned out therr o y hbrary and together ynth the members r promotrng yocatronat gurdam'-e by burtdrng a yacatronat gurdance t nat They arded the Red Crass rn therr annua purchased a hte tor yocatronat gurdance ma e h T Dunng Basketbatl tournaments and Track eets h takrng care at donatrons here at sc oo ro ect they sponsored e otay drwe y Key Ctuh acted as the hasprtahty cnmmrttee For therr entertamment 9 y th Huron Dramatrc Ctub Our Town gwen hy e 1 t d, Don Hardre, Rotand Mrkter, Don Larsen, Leon Oeberg, Wrkbof Back Row left to Rrghtt Wayne Hof of Dvo k, NN XX ra a ace Newman, Rxcnard Newman, Cart Sante, Gordon Mager, Duane Shevhn Front Row KLeit to Rrghtt Rschard Hammond, Bob Booze, Wayne Wekker, Leon Robsahrn DOY' BOTTUTTW, hrn Hrrtzet, Rrchord Johnson owz 6 A ' , , . I , w , Xu. I 3 X, Y 5 Ke f ' , a J at F L 9 , It ' ' 1 C , -O vs e f r I - Wx , I I ' 1 f 'Tr' , f L . I ' ll f I - ' r Y' . V: N 'r Hx '. r ,Nix W 1 ' 1 . ' 2 . ' - ' 3 ' . - 3 . I h . . ' . . Pm- . . . . 2 . . . . K W o ' . ' ' ' ' ' ' uainted 1 ' 1 ' . ' 2 ' . ' - ' 1 .S M - D . . . . . . . 6 6 e of ,,48,, . . . . D . . . , . . . I . I M I the . . . l . . . ' th ll ll ' ' Tfocal GIRLS GLEE CLUB -QQ Raw One: lleft to rightl Renata Weiss, Joanne Jaragaske, Virginia Barnes, Maxine Weiss, Carol Clark, Verna Quitch, Danna Chapin, Darlene Davis, Shirley Smith, Jackie Levtzaw, Marlyce Sisson, Harriet Parsons, Beverly Crites. Row Two: Miss Crouch, Lucille Jandel, Donna Johnson, Betty Panaanen, Doris Marlette, Joan Hilkemeier, Leanne Hanson, Darlene Barness, Edith Mager, Anna Mae Nickish, Marilyn Miller, Alice Compton, Elaine Peimann,-Mary Jane Ferguson, Violet Hormann, Virginia Eidsness. Row Three: Karleen Tewell, Katherine Keller, Joan McCarty, Bernadine Pfister, Velva Baker, Barbara Dawson, Peggy Mandery, Darlene Zens, Ruth Anderson, Elaine Clark, Phyllis Erikson, Onilee Robsahm, Donna Sisson, Dona Smith, Virginia Fogelsang, Lois Mullenburg, Mildred Marlette Row Four: Joan Schaffer, Alice Battum, Jean Engle, Aureale Ernst, Janice Pesha, Pat Cunningham, Lucille Harms, Bonnie Larson, Juanita Larson, Mary Hill, Donna Marlow, June Freeburg, Joan Mandery, Mary Lou Newman, Eleanor Lundstrum, Julianna Jessen, Pat Dvorak, Shirley Walter, Phyllis Drown. Row One: Cleft to rightl Bruce Backer, Bill Syverson, Dale Drown, Bonnie Hilkemeier, accompanist, Mr. Schimnowski, director, Row Two: Duane Day, Charles Parsons, Bob Van Vleet, Bill Myers, Marlin Stahl, Wayne Welker, Ed Hughes, Leon Rabsahm, Donald Bottum, Richard Boub, Row Three: Benny Drawn, Jack Larsen, Bob Clark, Ronald Day, Darrel Schultz, Dan Larsen, Duane Shevlin, Avon l-lauffe, Dick Hammond, Walt Brachvogel, Don Hardie, George Larsen, Row Four James Carter, Galen Gillette, Arnold Larsen, Ronald Betten, Dick Wood, Martin Predoehl, Harley,Hansen, Duane Sanger, Richard Johnson, Wayne Harford, Jim Hirtzel, Bill Koester, Wallace Newman, Joe Lesselyoung, BOYS GLEE CLUB Girls Trio: Carol Soloistst Peggy Man- Clark, Aureole Ernst, dery, Carol Clark, Marlyce Sissan. Aureole Ernst, l f f' 4 ff' , ,ir wr f. , i m. ,2 i W adm A CHORUS 3 -Q' 3 Row One lleft to rughtl Luculle Jandel Horner Parsons Joanne Jaragoske Vrrgxnua Barnes Benny Drown Bull Meyer Charles Parsons Dale Drown Marlln Stahl Donna Srsson Mnldred Marletle Marlyce Susson Beverly Cnfes Row Two Mass Crouch Allce Boftum Berry Panaanen Carol Clark Joan McCarty Duane Day Daryl Schultz Edward Hughes Ruchard Boub Wayne Welker Jullanna Jessen Pat Dvorak Elame Clark Shlrley Wolters Row Three Jackue Leyfzow Joan Schaffer Joan Hllkemeuer Onllee Robsahm Ronald Day Duane Shevlun Don Larsen Leon Robsahm Don Botfum Walt Brachvogel Joan Mandery Mary Lou Newman Eleanor Lunsfrum Phyllns Drown Row Four Pat Cunnrngham Bonnne Hllkemerer Bonnue Larsen Juanlta Larsen Aureole Ernsf Duck Wood Martln Predoehl Bull Kcesrer Wallace Newman Ronald Berren Janrce Pesha June Freeburg Jean Engle Lucille Harms Peggy Mandery Row One Arlene Larson Cora Jean Kloth June Sprague Connne Jessen Darlene Brown Ruta Schade Lols Hoffman Marlon Hull Helen Buchholz Mary Lau Roush Hnlda Pfrster Row Two Irene Bnnk Mona Davls Shirley Johnson Edlth Roberts Marilyn Schultz Maman Schultz Shnrley Gavette Bonnle Appletoft Rosemary Lurzer Joyce McCarty Barbara Leesch Row Three Mr Bentley Bruce Baker Avon Hauffe Arnold Larsen George Larsen James Carter Jack Larsen B CHORUS Vrrgunla Barnes Januce Pesha Juanlra Larsen Peggy Mandery Jackle Levrzow Joan Hllkemeler Bonita Larsen Shlr ey Wolters Phyllls Drown GIRLS EN SEMBLE L- LEFT TO RIGHT: JIM KENNEDY, RICHARD BOUB, EDWARD HUGHES, TOM CHRISTIANSEN, JIM HIRTZEL, HARLEY HAN- SON, RAY HOFF, ROGER DENKER, GALEN GILLETTE, BOB COMPTON. As the Golden Pheasants took to the hard court for the '48-'49 season they sacrificed size and brawn for speed and fitness. Only Captain l-lirtzel, playing his final season for Redfield High, had the expected size of a truly tall team. However, the Pheasants found their size was not a complete disadvantage, as they moved through their season with i4 victories and 7 defeats. At the end of the court season the team's total points were 926 with an average score per game of 44 points This alone speaks for a highly successful season. The birdmen ended in a second place tie in the Northeast Confer- l948 B k b ll . . as ef 6 ence, With high hopes for a state Captain Jim l-lirtzel Reeflelll 34 De Slllef tournament berth the Golden lfeeflele el lll"e" Pheasarits found their season came lfeeflelel 29 De Slflel to an end as Conde defeated them in the semi-finals for the District Reeflele el Delelle l3 Tourney. Even though their tournament play was cut short, the lfeeflele 37 Mllllelll' team found that the student body was really behind them throughout lfeeflele 49 efllfell the season. With the satisfaction of a fine basketball season, Coach lfeeffele 27 clefl' Greeno awarded letters to eleven boys on the "A" squad. Redfield 46 Frankfort Redfield 34 Faulkton Redfield 28 Webster Redfield 44 Faulkton Redfield 63 Britton Redfield 39 Sisseton Redfield 60 Doland Redfield 44 Groton Redfield 37 Clark Redfield 50 Groton District Tourney Scores Redfield 68 Northville Redfield 67 Tulare Redfield 42 Conde Redfield 66 Ashton Back row Duane Shevlm, Forrest Gxbson Frank Hoff Duane Sanger Joe Lesselyoung Ronme Betten Harold Booze Rlchard Hammond Front row Mar11n Stahl Dale Drown, Daelyn Sanger Eddxe Bucholz Bob Clark Pig' LETTERMEN IN BOXING 1949 AND TOTAL BOUTS 1' Hugh ANDERSON BOB' APPEL ROGER' HAMMOND DICK' HARDIE DON' HARFORD WAYNE HOFF RAY HUGHES EDDIE' LI'I'I'EL EUGENE' MICHELS LYLE' PEDERSON ROGER STAPP LE ROY THOMAS DALLAS WEIKUM LAURENCE ZENS HUGH' ' INDICATES LETTERMEN REQUIREMENTS FOR BOXING LE'I'1'ER IN 1949 KAP MUST WIN 1 BOUT WON LOST DRAW 9 KB! OR GET TWO DRAWS OUT OF THE TWO FIGHTS NOTE IT WAS IMPOSSIBLE TO MATCH JOHN HARFORD ONE OF THE BETTER BOXERS WHO TRAINED FOR TWO MONTHS AND JIM HUSS ZQHS 65 C6 09 229' 7' s qs- MAJORETTES gl " A ,Aj Xu? B CHEERLEADERS A Cheerleaders Leanne Hanson, Joan Schaffer Treva Srnlth Onllee Robsahrn Harr1et Parsons B Cheerleaders Joanne Jara goske V1rg1n1a Eldsness Shxrley Smlth MaJoreites Joyce Badger Juan McCarty Shirley Smlth, Geraldme Hammond Donna Chapm Hrlda Pfxster Carol Clark Front row Cleft to rlghtl Carol Clark M1tz Alllson Dorothy Wanken Lo1s Mullen berg M1ss Tracy Back row Patr1c1a Dvorak Lo1s Hoffman V1rg1n1aFogelsong Jean Engle Mary H111 Lodema Smlth Aureole Ernst Marian Hull Donna Slsson Maxlne WBISS Declam This year agam found many Redheld students partxclpatmg ln all possxble frelds of de clam In our txnal home contest there were sxxteen partxcxpants Four of these won hrst and went on to the dnstrlct wluch was held at Doland. They were M1tz Allxson tn oratory Dorothy Wanken. dramatrc Lots Mullenberg poetry and Carol Clark humorous Loxs recerved a supenor rahng and went on to the reglonal contest at Watertown. Patty Dvorak gave ongrnal oratory and Geraldme Ham mond. oratory at an mvrtatzonal meet at Water town. Carol Clark Lodema Smzth and Dorothy Wanken all gave declam preces at the Natxonal Forensxc League held at the Mmtchell College on January 22 Thu was the hnal event of the year X!! Debate The debatmg season opened with tive novrce debaters They attended four beginners tournaments Debatmg on the negatrve were Don nabelle Badger and Buzz Welker alternate .Tackle Levtzow They won srx debates and lost four Peggy Mandery and Mary H111 ldebatmg the affxrmatxvel won one debate and they gamed much sable to them next year Debate coach Katherme Tracy said the experxence gamed this year would greatly ard the shapmg of next year s squad. Carol Clark and Dorothy Wanken were the externp speakers. Mxtz Allxson gave an ongmal oratory at the Watertown tournament Seated M1tz Allison, Dorothy Wanken Mary H111 Peggy Mandery Jack1e Levtzow N' Donnabelle Badger, Carol Clark Standmg Buzz Welker A M o , -J M 6 1 ' fy , 6 B W " .7 ? " - 1 ' ' J I ,l . - if , 3,2 f X' , I - . I . y . . Y , . - 7 ' ' : 1 ! 1 1 ! ! 1 I 7 - I - I I valuable experience which will prove indispen- 'L N G . ' ' 4- . 1 A e " - ' . X e 'ff K' T 1- J' xx -za.- e C ., l N 2 X + . . 4 ' ' L 6 ,..- . , 4 Q , K Q x ' el-- ' .c. L. l' Q B X 3, .. K : hr . . - ' S : 9 7 i 7 1' P Play Cast upper left seated Qleft to rlghtb Martxn Predoehl Harrlet Parsons Joyce Mlchels Jac quehne Levtzow Leanne Hanson Ed Hughes Standlng Ed Thomas Galen Glllette Bomta Larson J uamta Larson Ray Schaeffer Stage Crew lower rlght seated Cleft to rlghth Roselle Cook Skxp Boub Duane Sanger Walter Brach vogel Standmg Ruth Anderson Vlrgmra Fogelsong Pat Dvorak Betty Backer Ahce Bottum Aspxrants of the stage have nothmg on the Junxors The smell of greasepaxnt lured many potennal actors from the Juruor Class to present The play centers around the mhentance of an old manslon by Hay Schaeffer Hrs gxrlfnend Bonme Larson, her mother Juaxuta Larson. and srster Joyce Mrchels help hun search for a treas ure Jackxe Levtzow an old woman tells hun of I curse on the house Martxn Predoehl an attorney and hrs wxfo Harnet Parsons Galen Gxllette a bug catcher and Ed Thomas a negro boy all add zest to tho plot Soleless Sam Hughes pops up and mtumdatn hxmself rn the sltuatxon. Jxm Kennedy the doctor and Leanne Hansen. a mulatto woman. are tho vxllams of the play O : 1 ' . 1 . 1 l 1 ' 1 1 - : v 1 1 , . Z . 1 I 1 . 1 1 ' ' : Y Y , 9 ' "The Ghost HouseQ" A . - . . . I , Q . I . , . I . I . - . . . I . . I ' . . I I I I I I 1 1 . . . . . I I NNW vw' QM o Sml b lc X-allege'-on Ks Baie 0 u0"lwXs0' N-'che S l ml ,koi Q 30 ce Mode -Udo Agfl yfflul M5991 .oe on wk 3, we ., ge' V Design 1: vcefggmo eXXe 10 UN of- onfllesons B tO" on X x Q e I A x5 omecooxxag , 1- Y- llxilve W Compared to the l946 Pheasant Call Staff of 35 thus years staff of 201s falrly small Speclal Issues were put out by the underclassmen and the sensors took over the last ussue Many of the staff wall be lost through graduahon so new recrults wrll be enlrsted to help with future rssues Mlss Coolidge acts In the capacity of advlser wlth Carol Clark as thus year's edntor A gournallsm and annual meetmg was held m Brookings rn September wrth R H S belng represented by Shrrley Wolter Elame Clark Lodema Smrth Carol Clark Mass Brossart and Mlss Coolldge Along with puttmg out 9 rssues the staff with the Student Councrl revrved the Sweetheart Ball thus year if '11 e , 4' Af! f a 'El 4 x " s ' ' G YB , ., Q K h X m Lo 'C tl' 0 : a I 'oq'. . wxxgfr . u I , K It 4 S 'gin l 'fl' 1 dl 5 , 'N ,' ' .bl s 5 ' galil '91 I, X xv 2 ' 1 . C ' ' ' ' " , , ' I ', in A Kane! REDFIELD HIGH SCHOOL BAND, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MR. RICHARD BENTLEY, PERFORMED A RECORD BREAKING YEAR. DURING FOOTBALL SEASON, SNOW, RAIN OR SHINE, THE BAND, LED BY GERALDINE HAMMOND, DRUM MAJORETTE, MARCHED TO THE FIELD TO ADD MORE PEP T0 THE GRIDIRON ENTANGLEMENTS. ON SEPTEMBER I6, ABOUT 2I BAND MEMBERS ATTENDED THE OAHE DAM GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY AT PIERRE WHERE THEY PLAYED IN A MASS BAND. HOMECOMING, OCTOBER I4, KEPT THE BAND BUSY-PARADE, CORO- NATION OF QUEEN, PEP MEETING, SELLING REFRESHMENTS AT THE DANCE. AS THE SEASONS ROLLED AROUND THE BAND PRESENTED THE WINTER BAND CONCERT AND THE SPRING FESTIVAL CONCERT. THE BAND BENEFIT SHOW FEBRUARY 7-8 WAS A BIG HIGHLIGHT OF THE YEAR BECAUSE THE THOUGHT OF NEW UNIFORMS MATERIALIZED INTO REALITY. TO COMPLETE A MOST SUCCESSFUL YEAR WAS THE WINNING OF A FIRST RATING AT THE REGIONAL MUSIC CONTEST IN ABERDEEN, APRIL IZ. I1 pep Bam! First row lleft to right? Elaine Clark Bonita Larson Shirley Wolter Juanita Larson Darlene Brown Phyllis Drown Betty Backer Eleanor Lunstrum Second row Gordon Larsen Darlene Zens Mary Hlrtzel Gordon Johannasen Ray Schaffer Avon Hauffe Bonnie Hllkemeler Barbara Leesch Vlrglnla Fogelsang Ronnie Day Fourth row Donna Marlow Laura Kennedy Leon Robsahm Dale Drown Mr Richard Bentley DODGING SPIT WADS PAPER AIRPLANES POP CORN BOXES AND PEANUTS WERE THE COMICAL INCIDENTS OF THE PEP BAND AS THEY PLAYED FOR NINE HOME BASKETBALL GAMES THE SUNSHINE LEAGUE TOURNAMENT AND THE DISTRICT I3 TOURNAMENT alcwu' DON LARSEN THE ONE AND ONLY IN STRUMENTAL SOLOIST FROM REDFIELD HIGH SCHOOL RECEIVED A FIRST RATING FOR A BARITONE SOLO AT THE REGIONAL MUSIC CONTEST IN ABERDEEN APRIL II HE PLAYED DON QUIXOTE WHILE ATTENDING I948 BOYS STATE HE WAS SELECTED THE BEST MUSICIAN AT BOYS STATE . Z . . I . I . I . I I Bill Syverson, Bernadine Pfister, Mildred Marlette, Aureole Ernst, Carol Clark. Third row: Donald Larsen, I I I . . . I I . . . I ' . : , , , , . ' . I I I , . o I - I , . ll ll 0 UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MRS. BENTLEY THE ORCHESTRA HAS GAINED CONSIDERABLE PROMINENCE. WE WERE ALL VERY PROUD OF THEM WHEN THEY CAME BACK FROM THE CONTEST WITH A RATING OF SUPERIOR. THE STRING QUARTET AND THE ORCHESTRA MADE A TOTAL OF TWELVE PER- FORMANCES. PERHAPS THE HIT OF THE YEAR WAS THE VARIETY SHOW THEY PRESENTED EARLY IN THE FALL. IT WAS A TAKE-OFF ON CELEBRITIES, AND THE AUDIENCE ENJOYED IT IMMENSELY. THE ABERDEEN ORCHESTRA PRE- SENTED A CONCERT APRIL 20TH AS GUESTS OF THE REDFIELD ORCHESTRA. ON MOTHER'S DAY A CONCERT IS ALWAYS GIVEN HONORING THE MOTHERS. THIS YEAR THE BAND VACATED THE HONOR TO THE ORCHESTRA. CAROL CLARK WAS THEIR FEATURED SOLOIST. THE ORCHESTRA OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR '48-'49 WERE: PRESIDENT, JACKIE LEVTZOWg VICE-PRES., ONILEE ROBSAHMQ SEC., HARRIET PARSONS. THOSE SERVING ON THE BOARD WERE: FAYE SNYDER, MARY HIRTZEL, JOYCE MYRUM, JIM CARTER, CHARLES PARSONS, MARY HILL, PHYLLIS DROWN, AND CAROL CLARK. nb charm' Page Mar? Hill aff' Haw 69 9 ei Per, QW' 'fu alma - fb pw ,5 4 .:v"V' f E 4 n Y HS .gp vq 'N Qfff, ', if Ig ., 3,3 1, Q. Y manga., ,ui 9 HAH! Front row Cleft to rlghtb Miss Coolidge Harr1et Parsons Lola Allison, Joyce Michels Alice Jean Bottum Phyllis Drown Pat Dvorak Julianna Jessen Back row Elaine Pelman Mary Ann Ferguson Phyllis Erickson Lodema Smith Doris Marlette Roselle Cook Treva Smith Office Girls: Back row Cleft to right? June Baker, Audrey Olson, Donna Dvorak, Loderna Smith, Jean Engle, Ruth Anderson, Darlene Davis, Betty Backer, Eleanor Lunstrum. Row 2: Virginia Fogelsong, Bonnie Hilkemeier, Donna Johnson, Dorothy Wanken, Verna Quitch, Elaine Clark, Donnabelle Badger. Front row: Irene Brink, Connie McKay, Leanne Hanson, Joan Hilkemeier, Janice Pesha, Carol Clark. ANNUAL STAFF Pictured: Cleft to rightb Row 1. Betty Schwartz, Donnabelle Badger, Harriet Parsons, Joyce Michels, Lola Allison, Marlyce Sisson, Carol Clark. Row 2: Miss Brossart, Mona Oeschle, Donna Sisson, Peggy Mandery, Lodema Smith, Joan Mandery, Treva Smith, Virginia Eidsness, Barbara Dawson, Joyce Badger, Donna Johnson. Row 3: Juanita Larson, Roselle Cook, Bonita Larson, Wayne Welker, Jim Hirtzel, Rich Johnson, Leon Robsahm, Duane Shevlin, Mary Lou Newman, Elaine Clark, Shirley Smith. Once again after many trials and tribulations, an annual staff is glad to be able to present the 1949 annual, under the excellent supervision of Miss Brossart, our annual adviser. We wish to thank her for all her patience and understanding ways. Editor: Elaine Clark: Junior Editor: Joyce Michels: Make-up Editors: Joan Man- dery. Lodema Smith: Art: Mary Hill: Typists: Juanita Larson, Bonita Larson, Roselle Cook, Donnabelle Badger. Harriet Parsons: News: Lola Allison. Other staff members were: Wayne Welker. Jim Hirtzel, Rich Johnson. Leon Rob- sahm. Duane Shevlin, Mary Lou Newman, Shirley Smith, Mona Oeschle, Donna Sisson, Peggy Mandery, Treva Smith, Virginia Eidsness, Barbara Dawson. Joyce Badger, Donna Johnson, Betty Schwartz, Marlyce Sisson, Carol Clark. On the list of thanks, Jack Lockhart deserves a prominent place for his part in taking the pictures. eh Iarrfl Qtnutt Warren Rue Daewn Sanjer Wa'Ia L Nm man Don Lotturn BIII Koes er Want Braenvogcl Duane Janger Donoxon Ltnaermfn Don Inardre Iluone Snev IU Rtdn In rnmond DeIIJert Izotturn Can Sante Mr Bu Ie Back row Ilett to rrghtl Rvchard Newman Max Wulson Don Larsen Mr Berg Instructor Row Two JuIIanna Jess n Mtldred MorIette Lots MuIIenburQ Joan Wetss Sharon Kleb an Front Vov Corrne Buss ShlrIey WoIters Irene Etdsness Eleanor Lundstrurn Leu a Kenneftv , "fee ng I .45 , ., , ,,, Ls Je E V..4.,VT1 IP Qrijer tg begs .-.ere VISUAL AID Is ISGIIQVFQH Qegr In 555001 , sen 'o rf ite :ow iaerng 1 r gn sg soc! sub- een rrcie part of wg cur. 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J I l I it 5 gl ' all Sf-aaa, Prctored above as the Natronal Honor Soc etv ot Redheld l-lrgh School ln therr junior year Don Larsen BL z Wellfer Lorlenna Srnrth Carol Clark and lvlrtz Allrson were prclqed by the tacclty on tnc daallt fs ot Scholarshtp Leadersh Q Character and Service Early th s fall lm Hlrt l Donn e l-l llqern r and Aoreole Ernst were added to the rnernb rsh p roll The soclet, awar s th scl olast c Lanner tor the horne room havlng the hlghest lncreas ln ts grad ave ge The are also resoonslbl for pass car s This year the Jah or nn nn e s t t e oc ar lvla tln Predo hl Joyce t els Jacke Levt ov l-larr t Parson n fs d on ta La son onor Otflce s tor th x o Don L rsen Vlc Pres dent Carol Clark Secr tary ma Sm tn Tr f-Sf' Standmg Lodema Smnh 'Nhtz Alhson Elame Clark Carol Clalk Snated Hamlet Parsons Bonme Larson Joan Mandcxy Juamta Laxson Joy ce D111Ch6lS Smal! l l ' ' :Z u c , .A f A , t t ze o , ele S e T T . , H fa he S n l S ' e l oe ra T T, e d T f -n . e ,bar ha wer t ked A e r e e Mch , l z vg re S s loa ta La 'on anc E T r Thrs rs an outstandlng soc etv tn the l-ltgh School and to be elected a rnernber rs a coveted h T r 'n s gear v ere M fz All s '1Pre's'ient, T a 1, e- - T g f ,T e T art: Lode S . 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J i7 6 V 'f sas, March 26 found the R H S gals dashmg about wnth thelr faces covered wrth creams halr ln curlers hurryrng to fmrsh those last mmute detanls on theur formals The boys were lust as concerned about their looks No whlsker could be missed because tonlght was the bag Actlvlty Pram About l50 lnvltatnons were nssued to students teachers wlves and the Board of Education The Actlvlty Prom IS to recognize the students who have been outstandung In the various extra curricular GCTIVITIQS durnng the year Thank old Mother Nature for the appropriate weather as the mght prevlous snow had fallen to add to the theme Winter Wonder an The mvltatlons were In the form of snow balls White predoml nated m the decoration wrth wmter landscape scenes on the walls Snow came dnftmg down on the dancers from a bug ball suspended from the cellmg Cellophane covered lights of red yellow and blue threw Northern Lights on the frosty whlte crepe paper celllng Realnstnc snow covered trees pamted by the gurls were placed here and there around the gym and In the scenes on the walls Black and whlte programs wlth Ice skate decorations were given to the guests Small black and white pencils were attached to the programs Strams of musac floated from the snow castle where Lynn Dorsey and hrs orchestra were playmg The prom was sponsored by the Senior Glrls Club Presldent Corrine Buss acted as general chalrman of the committees which are so necessary for the success of a prom ' 1 ' 1 51 , I , ' f fl f I' f fl.. ff f ' t.Yefy 4-' L' 1 I " A . I .. I . .. I I , . . ,,. - , I d." ... . I ,, . U - .- I I . ., . , Ai if-,fb-. JACKIE LEVTZOW AND HARRIET PARSONS REPRESENTED REDFIELD HIGH SCHOOL AT THE THIRD ANNUAL GIRLS STATE HELD IN MITCHELL THE GIRLS LEFT ON JUNE 2 AND LIVED ON THE DAKOTA WESLEYAN CAM PUS FOR A WEEK WHILE THEY WERE THERE, A MODEL STATE WAS SET UP AND THEY LEARNED ABOUT THE AMERICAN SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT JOYCE MICHELS AND JOAN HILKE MEIER WERE THE ALTERNATES 2 :Eff 'ha- 'Zia fda' wi Glad BACK ROW COACH GREENO LYLE MICHELS RICH HAMMOND ED HUGHES SKIP BOUB FRANK HOFF BOB BOOZE DUANE SHEVLIN WALT BRACHVOGEL DARREL SPRAGUE COACH KEMPF ROW TWO HUGH ZENS WAYNE HAR FORD RICH JOHNSON JIM HIRTZEL HARLEY HANSEN JOE LESSELYOUNG RAY HOFF TOM CHRISTIANSEN JOHN HARFORD FRONT ROW HAROLD BOOZE GALEN GILLETTE BUZZ WELKER JIM KENNEDY LEON ROBSAHM ED THOMAS LA DELL STAPP fx C' I I j , 5 5 44 Y, J ' ,, JI ' V V ,f,' K J ' il f 1 n 7 W I 5 A , 1 'T' ' if It fa., YI ' , I M731 'pf 0 A x :VV Q f I - J I ff! 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I F Gb! f' Qi' 5' ' I .lf il REDFIELD HIGH SCHOOL WAS REPRESENTED AT THE I949 BOYS STATE HELD IN ABERDEEN SOUTH DAKOTA BY GALEN GILLETTE AND SKIP BOUB WALT BRACHVOGEL AND MARTIN PRE DOEHL SERVED AS ALTERNATES AT BOYS STATE THE BOYS LEARN HOW THE GOVERNMENT FUNCTIONS AND THE REQUIRE MENTS THAT PROMOTE GOOD CITIZENSHIP THEY ELECT THEIR OWN OFFICERS AND PASS THEIR BILLS AT THIS MODEL LEGISLATURE 'IHE BOYS LEFT ON MAY 29th AND AFTER A WEEK OF INTENSIVE STUDY AND A LOT OF FUN THEY RETURNED TO REDFIELD ON JUNE4th TRACK Captarn Buzz Welker i""--u The Pheasant thrnclads turned m a surprrsrng vrctory by capturmg the N E Con ference trtle for the fourth stralght year Although losmg most of the members of the last year's champs the Flock went on to mass 53 pornts IZ more than the nearest competitor ln the seventh Annual Redfreld Relays the thrnclads took three events and placed rn a number of others Thrs meet saw two school records fall Buzz Welker broke the century by a tenth of a second runnrng at rn l02 Jrm Hrrtzel jumped 5 7 to break the record by two Inches The Sunshme Conference Meet showed a lot of promrsmg freshmen and soph omores Four boys qualrfred for the State Meet by placing lst or 2nd rn the Regional Zens qualrfred for the half mule run Welker rn the 100 and 200 yard dashes Kennedy rn the '54 'QQ pole vault and Hrrtzel In the hugh hurdles under Coach Greeno 59' FRONT ROW GARY WEISS MARVIN NEWMAN BOB MATTHEWS BUZZ WELKER JIM KENNEDY HUGH ZENS MIDDLE ROW EDDIE BUCHHOLZ ROGER PEDERSON GALEN GILLETTE SKIPPER BOUB RAY HOFF BOB BOOZE BOB CLARK RONNIE DAY BACK ROW COACH GREENO LYLE MICHELS CARL SANTE JIM HIRTZEL HARLEY HANSEN JOE LESSELYOUNG ROGER DENKER EDDIE HUGHES FRANK HOFF STUDENT MANAGER CHARLES PARSONS NOT PICTURED COACH KEMPF FORREST GIBSON DALLAS THOMAS MARLAN STAI-IL GEORJCQE LARSON GORDON MULLENBERG JIM HUSS RONNIE BETTEN BOB COMPTON LER STAPP RELAY QUEENS CORRINE BUSS JOYCE BADGER CONNIE JESSEN 0 0 - i 1 1 . . . . . . 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The attendants were Buzz Welker, Carol Clark, Bonnie Hilkemeier and Wayne Harford. CHRISTMAS PAGEANT "The Star of Peace," a Christmas cantata- pageant, was presented December IS by the mixed chorus and girls' glee club under the direction of Eunice Crouch assisted by Warren Schimnowski. The pageant was presented in four scenes: Under Chaldean Skiesg Outside the Stable: ln the Mangerg and The Return. Wayne Welker acted as narrator. The rest of the cast included Marlyce Sisson, Elaine Clark, Charles Parsons, Ronnie Day, Warren Schimnowski, Virginia Barnes, Peggy Mandery, Don Bottum, Martin Predoehl, Aureole Ernst, and Harriet Parsons. S Ba!! ""'H-1, L ", A 75.3- Junior-Senior ,fy ,A The Junior-Senior Prom of 1949 was held in the auditorium on April 30. The theme this year was "The '49ers,l' a tribute to the 1949 graduating class. The murals on the walls were scenes of the western life of the '49ers and the rest of the room complemented the walls. The main speakers were Mr. Kernpf, Miss Allison and Mr. Baumann. The class prophecy was given by Galen Gillette and Jim Ken- nedy. Elaine Clark read the class will. Wayne Harford, king, and Bonnie Hilkemeier, queen, reigned over the even.ing's festivities, Bonnie receiving a lovely bouquet of roses from the Junior Class. Music was furnished by John Taylor and his orchestra. gh - L ln' 'Qin Jackie Levtzow played a piano number entitled "Along the Trail," which expressed the hardship and strife of the '49ers crossing the great United States. A selective group of first graders from Mrs, Larsen's room imitated an old fashioned Virginia Reel, The girls in little buttons and bows, aprons and bonnets, The boys were dressed in jeans and plaid shirts, 171, a Yxg g S - ph?--Ile ll THE CLASS PLAY DON LARSEN LODEMA SMITH BUZZ WELKER JOAN MANDERY LEON ROBSAHII JIM HIRTZEL .MITZ ALLISON CAROL CLARK MISS MAC ARTHUR .DONNABELLE BADGER IRENE ELEANOR LUNDSTRUM A RADIO ANNOUNCER DUANE SHEVLIN ROBERT STILLMAN MARGARET STILLMAN ALEXANDER STILLMAN SUSAN STILLMAN GRANDDAD STILLMAN WALTER BRANT ELIZABETH MORRISON PATRICIA MORRISON A WOULD BE MAYOR HIS SOCIALLY AMIBITIOUS WIFE THEIR ADOLESCENT SON THEIR MARRIAGEABLE DAUGH'I'ER WITH BOTH FEET ON THE GROUND A MECHANIC IN COVERALLS A SOCIAL LEADER HER LOVE BITTEN DAUGHTER A SOUR SECRETARY AN OUTSPOKEN MAID A VOICE FROM THE ETHER WW The Seven Last Words of Chnst wos presented by the mixed chorus of RHS ond the young people of the communuty The progrom wos under the durectron of Mass Eunice Crouch The feotured soloists were Corol Clork Aureole Ernst Worren Schlmnowskr Wolt Wrlluoms ond Mortrn Hrcks wrth Jocquelrne Levtzow os occomponust Old Trmers Lone survrvors of the ngors Imposed upon them for those LONG TWELVE YEARS ore fnve nn number ond ore Mltzu Allnson Buzz Welker Don Lorsen Jnm Hlrtzel ond Eloune Clork They ore now Honored Sensors ln the closs of 49 Custodians "' 1 3 4 Q . 1' r 4 ,, A ' , ' . l 1 ur I ' , , ' Z . f .3 . l I I , . 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