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This energetic staff started work on the Torch in January. The group
pictures were taken February 1 and the individual pictures of the seniors
were taken February S.
The sales campaign was opened February A with a skit. The salesmen sold
180 Torches during the two-week campaign.
BUSINESS MANAGER--MARVIN ABBAS
Joe Oppold, Alvin Miller Don Lindanan
Russell Richtsmeier Albert Abbas
Eleanor Peters, Priscilla Lauterbach
Eunice Clawson, Betty Neyleyer
CLASSES EDITOR--LOWELL BORCHERS
Albert Abbas Priscilla Lauterbach
Dorothy iuper, Don Lindaman
ACTIVITIES EDITOR--FRANCES SCHOENEMAH
Eunice Clavson, Marvin Abbas, Gene Scallon
Marjorie Weber, Eleanor Peters
ATHLETICS EDITOR--JERRY THADEI
Don Steffen, Joe Oppold
FEATURES EDITOR--FRANCES KAUS
Betty Neymeyer, Frances Schoeneman
erry Thaden, Gene Scallon
PHOTOGRAPH EDITOR--GENE SCALLON
PRODUCTION MANAGER--DOROTHY KUPER
Eleanor Peters, Betty Gardner
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Vice President: Robert Rotgers
Secretary and Treasurer: Barbara Clawson
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Back row: Robert King, James Bear, Gene Noble, Don Lindaman, Gene Muller, Gordon
Sietsema, Kenny Muller. Second row: Vincent Scallon, Norrell DeBerg, Patricia
Kroll, Frances Schoeneman, Donna Wolf,x Alan Fedge. First row: Corla True,
Barbara Clawson, Lowell Borchers, Robert Rotgers.
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presidentg Eleanor Peters. Front row: Marjorie Weber, Barbara Clawson.
Standing: Ruth Lindaman, Dorothy Kuper, Frances Schoeneman, Darlene Oelmann
Seated: Shirley Sessler, larjorie Weber, Barbara Clawson
President e e e 0 e
Vice President . .
Secretary . . . .
Treasurer e e e e e
Program Chairman . . . . Dorothy Kuper
Social Chairman . . . Frances Schoeneman
Service Chairman . . . . Ruth Lindaman
At their annual Y-Teen Mix on Seztember lk, the Y-Teens made a lot of new
friends. This club year a total of 6 girls joined, making it a very active
organization. Some of the program topics were: Music, Good Manners in School,
Party Planning, Sports, Dating, School Etiquette, Fashions, and Dramatics e
club held meetings twice a month.
The North East Area conference was held at Ackle on Oct b 1
y o er 3 There
were about 125 girls and adults present. Marjorie Weber was area secretary this
To raise money this year, the club sold Holly Wreathes, had candy sales and
ran the stand at two basketball games.
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sored a semi-formal dance, 'Tinsel Twirl' in the Party Room on December 22 The
occasion was invitational--ea h 1 1 b
ter Tea was held on lay 16.
c g r ringing a guest. The annual Mother Daugh
The Y-Teen promotes the publication of the Argus, a worthy school paper A
different editor was assigned to each issue.
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Back row: Robert King John Green, George Folkerts, LeRoy Benning, Bernard
Murra, Darold Sprain, Virgil Heetland, Donald Harken, Vincent Steffen, Donald
Richtsmeier. Second row: Carl Risius, Gene Noble, Edward Ubben, Stanley
Weber Eugene Harken, Charles Abkes, William Murra, Billy Humke. Front row:
Kenneth Groninga, Harold Burma, Marvin Abbas, Robert Rotgers, Vincent Scallon,
Eugene Beving, Harvey Abbas, Duane Abbas.
President: . . . . . . . Harvey Abbas
Vice President: . . Eugene Beving
Secretary: . . . . . Marvin Abbas
Treasurer: . . . . Robert Rotgers
Reporters . . Vincent Scallon
Sentinels . . . . Harold Burma
Advisor: . . . Douglas Mortensen
' PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES
The FFA handled the sale of a carload lot of seed potatoes.
Seeds were tested for germination and purity for farmers in the com unity.
A gudging team consisting of Harvey Abbas, Vince Scallon and Gene Beving
Ju ged cattle at the Dairy Cattle Congress. Boys entering the Speaking Contest
were: Stanley Weber, FFA Creed, and a Parliamentary Procedure team composed
of Marvin Abbas, Gene Beving, Robert Rotgers Vince Scallon and Harvey Abbas.
Virgil Heetland entered Extemporaneous Speaking.
Last summer seven of the FFA members spent a five-day vacation at Clear Lake.
Tggy enjoyed doing their own cooking and cabin cleaning, fishing, boating, and
s mn ng.
President ..... ......... Marjorie Weber
Vice-President . . .' ........ . Dorothy Kuper
Secretary-Treasurer ....... Barbara Hofmeister
Social Chairmen . . Ruth Lindaman, Frances Schoeneman
Librarians ...... Verlyn Weber, Barbara Clawson
Back row: Elaine Rozeboom, Jean Ryken, Donna Wolf, Delores Benning, Rosemary
Rieken, Barbara Clawson, Eleanor Peters, Shirley Schafer, Dorothy Kuper, Verlyn
Weber, Frances Schoeneman, Lavonne Mooi, Ruth Anderson. Second row: Darlene
Miller, Grace Smith, Shirley Pies, Ruth Lindaman, Shirley Heitland, Barbara
Hofmeister, Lenora Koenen, Marjorie Weber, Lauretta Humke, Norma Frerichs,
Rita Heitland Pat Meyer, Eunice Clawson, Harriett Schultz. Front row: Miss
Housh, Lorraine Roegner, Norma Hanig, Irene Krise, Darlene Oelmann, Norma
Harken, Norietta Noordman, Darlene Freeze, Frances Kaus, Shirley Sessler, Myrna
Knight, Charlene Roth, Arlene Huebner, Lorna Knight.
Back row: Jack croxer, Lee Fisher, Kenneth Muller, Billy Humke, Glenn Boheman,
Stanley Weber, Russell Richtsmeier, Keith Knoll, Willard DeBerg, Gene Scallon,
Frances Schoeneman, Shirley Schafer, Lavonne Mooi, Verlyn Weber. Second row:
Donna Wolf, Shirley Heitland, Marjorie Weber, Delores Benning, Barbara Clawson,
Dorothy Kuper, Marvin Abbas, Vern Achtermann, Lowell Borchers, Donovan Sohlegel,
David Kaus, Walter Kreimeyer. Front row: Miss Housh, Shirley Sessler, Irene
Krise, Darlene Oelmann, Ruth Lindaman, Barbara Hofmeister, Elaine Rozeboom,
Eleanor Peters, Darlene Freeze, Lorna Knight, Frances Kaus, Myrna Knight.
Verlyn Weber, Frances Schoeneman, Marjorie Weber, Elaine Rozeboom,
Ruth Lindaman, Barbara Hofmeister, Barbara Clawson, accompanist
The Trio and Sextette were chosen early last fall and performed a
number of times during the year. The Trio sang for the Y-Teen formal
and P. T. A. The Sextette sang for Eastern Star and a county meeting.
Both groups sang in the Spring Musical and entered contest. The
Sextette sang at Commencement.
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President ..... .... . . Frances Schoeneman
Vice President . . . . . . . ..... Ruth Lindaman
Secretary-Treasurer ........ Barbara Hofmeister
Social Chairman . . . Lowell Borchers, Shirley Sessler
Martha Van Hove
Lauretta Humke, Alton
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Marilyn Cobie, Alto
Norma Harken, Alto
Barbara Hofmeister, Tenor!
Jimmy Wolf, Tenor
Stanley Weber, Baritone
. . . . Barbara Clawson
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The Raiders ranked fifth in conference play this year with a 2-2-3 record.
up 106 points against 79 by their opponents. Their three tie games
as well have been wins by virtue of yards gained and touchdowns
called back. The Raiders had six T Ds called back in their eight game season.
A classy Jesup team outplayed the Raiders in the season's opener, although
not as badly as the 33-13 score indicates. The two touchdowns came by passes
from Sietsema to Thaden and Scallon. A penalty nullified a touchdown by Steffen.
and Iowa Falls battled out a non-conference game in a steady rain
coming out on the short end of a 7-O score. In this game a T D by
a long run by Scallon, either of which could have meant a tie game,
When Steffen's T D was called back in the last minutes, La Porte City
escaped defeat and we had to settle for a scoreless tie. This was the first
home game and the first game on the Raiders' new field.
The Raiders went down to Traer and all that they could return home with was
a 6-6 game.
downs to go
and ran all
Two regulars, High and Scallon, sat this one out which weakened the
Raiders became one of the top twenty teams in the state by tying the
Spartans from Grundy Center in a 6-6 Homecoming tilt. Ackley scored
the third quarter and had the ball on the six-yard line with three
when the gun ended the game.
Raiders, after seeming to be neld in check all season really let loose
over T. C. High, racking up the highest margin in the North Iowa
Cedar League play this year with a N1-6 victory. Steffen was not to be stopped
and scored 36 points, gaining 210 yards.
' Ten seniors played their last football game with their traditional rivals
Eldora, on October 26. The Raiders hit fast and hard and had a 20-0 half-time
lead. They took the opening kickoff for a TD in five plays and kept pouring it
on. Final score, 20-7.
The Raiders ended the season with a heart-breaker. They lost to the Rams,
20-21. Because of the win Reinbeck took the 1951 N.I.C.L. title with a 5-1-1
record. This made the loss even worse for the Raiders to bear.
DON STEFFEN--team captain--played fullback--
a mighty fine football player---very good
tackler and ball carrier--excellent in pick-
ing his holes--his ability and willingness to
give and take will long be remembered at AHB.
DARWIN WIARDA---end on offense--guard on de-
fence--hard worker--strove to do his best.
JERRY THADEN---played end and was target for
most passes--played very good football espec
ially on defence--good hard tackler--JOSEPH
OPPOLD---played tackle--very dependable and
rugged--good on both offence and defence--
good tackler--ALVIN MILLER---big and rugged
--Alvin improved with each game--spent a lot
of time in opponents beckfield--biggest man.
Jf, GENE SCALLON---played very good football at
fullback until injured in La Porte game--was
- M team pepper-upper and signal caller--good
team player who had his heart in the game--
MARVIN ABBAS---blocking back--did good job
of taking big opposing tackles out of play
--small but vicious--good second year man
ig, . .
DON LINDAMAN---defensive end--very dependable
reserve--worked hard--showed steady improvement
all season ---- LOWELL BORCHERS---small but mighty
--gave a big smile with every block he threw--
played end and guard--nThe Mighty Midget from
Clevesu ---- RUSS RICHTSMEIER ---- very dependable
player--faithful and conscientious--a bulwark
in the line--worked hard--
Back row: Asst. Coach Carney, DeBsrg, Richtsmeier, Wiarda, Boheman,
Johnson, Sietsema, Thaden, Coach Nepstad. Second row: Kaus, Van-
derwerf, Scallon, Muller, Steffen, Schlegel, Abbas, Manager Fedge.
First row: Croker, Kreimeyer, Sprain, Noble, King, Beving.
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The.Pep Club was on hand at all games both home and away to support the
Raiders. Ackley had the best cheerleaders in the League--they were Shirley
Sessler, Irene Krise, Lorna Knight and Myrna Knight.
The officers of the club were Irene Krise, president, Myrna Knight, vice
president, Ruth Lindaman, secretary, and Barbara Hofmeister, treasurer. The
committee heads were Shirley Sessler, Objectives, Frances Kaus, Pep Skitsg
Verlyn Weber,Mater1alsg Lorna Knight, Activity and Social, Frances Schoeneman,
Membership. Mr. Creger was the adviser.
The A-Club really got organized this year.
Don Steffen was elected president, Gene Scallon
was secretary-treasurer and Mr. Carney was the
faculty adviser. Team Captains
At the beginning of the year the members were Gene Scallon, Don Steffen,
Darwin Wiarda, Keith Knoll, Alvin Miller, Marvin Abbas, Russell Richtsmeier,
Jerry Thaden, Joe Oppold, Robert Rotgers, Glenn Boheman, Vince Steffen, Don
Johnson and Gordon aietsema. At the end of the foot-
ball season new members were added: Lowell Borchers,
Don Lindaman, Kenny Muller, Walt Kreimeyer, Paul High
and Gene Noble.
The A-Club gave two all-school parties, 'The Foot
Brawl,' at which the four Can-Can dancers made such a
hit, and 'Let's Dance.'
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HA laugh that's infectious a
heart that's large, a long list of
friengships, our description of
Marv. . . . HAbbieW pilots a green
Chevrolet . . a fine blocking back
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NThere may be better Americans
but not a better Irishman.W . . . .
everyone runs for shelter when Gene
comes along with his maroon Chevy .
. . class president 3 . . football
1,2 3 M . . high scorer on basket-
ball team . . . track 1 2 . . Boys'
and Mixed Chorus M . Nol1ono1 Honor
Society M . . . a Harvard graduate
in the Junior Play . . . Photograph
editor of the Torch.
NEasy going, nice to know, he's
a friend wherever he goes.' . . . .
nBorchersN plans to go into the
elevated shoe business . . . guard
on the football team 3,U . . track
1,2 . . tooted a tuba in band 2,3,h
. . Mixed Chorus N . . Pep Club 2,3
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for the Torch.
MARJORIE WEBER S60r0t8r7
'Posaessor of personality, abil-
ity, tact. She's engaged. How could
she help ig'be1ng like that.' . . .
Y-Teen 1,2 3 N and president N . .
Glee Club 1,2 3 M . . Mixed Chorus
1,3 M . . . Student Council 1 . . .
Band 1,2,3 M . . . Soloist 1,2,3,N
. . Brass gextet l,3,N . . . Home-
coming Attendant k . . 'BarbaraN in
NJanuary Thawn . . NHS 3,N . . cap-
able Editor of the Torch of '52.
Motto: UThe door to success is labeled WPush.'
Colors: Maroon and white
Flower: White carnation
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1 Club 2 . . . played the
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they come.n . . . NRudy'
endured the constant
pestering of his class-
mates . . . football 2,
3,k . . . basketball 1,
2,37-+ o 0 o track 2,0 0
A-ciub 3,u . . . F.F.A.
1, 2 . Q . Boys' Chorus
and Mixed Chorus 3,k . .
NGeorgen in NJanuary
'Being a woman is the
worst thing that ever
happened to me.n . . . .
ardent salesman of her
Father's business and
the WAVES . . . temper-
mental politician . . .
Pep Club 1 . . . played
the role of NMati1dan
in Junior class play.
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that Einstein a few
things.N . . . HJTN will
be remembered for his
romantic interests . . .
basketball l,2,3,N . . .
reliable end on football
team l,2,3,h . . . track
1 2 3 . . . baseball 2,3
student Council 3 . . .
Boys' Chorus . . sopho-
more president . . nJon-
athann in class play . .
Athletic editor ofTorch
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can, I can beat most any
man.n . . nSheepN spends
his Saturdays delivering
ice cream for Hadley's .
. substitute bus driver-
-found the bus was wider
than what he thought it
was . . . big Alvin was
a tackle on the football
team 2,3,b . . track 1,2
. . baseball 3 . .A-Club
WThere's a little bad
in every good little'
girl.N Frances repre-
sents the glamor of the
Queen 3 and Attendant 2
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and Pep Club l,2,3,N . .
Mixed Chorus 3,4 . . .
Student Council H . . .
played a cornet in band
2,3 N . . Sextette N . .
Activities Editor for
HI'm not a musician,
I'm a whole band.N . . .
Band l,2,3,l+ . . . Fran-
ces and her French Horn
were in Brass Sextette
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U . . . Soloist 1,2,3,k
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Y-Teen and Glee Clubl,2,
3,h . . . . Mixed Chorus
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tor for the Torch.
ways that are winning,
if being handsome is a
crime, then Don's sin-
n1ng.n . . rugged, hard-
hitting back on the
football team 2,3 N. . .
many an opponent will
remember Don . . basket-
ball M . . . A-Club 2,3,
H . . . Pep Club 1,2, 3
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played the role of Uncle
Walter in NJanuary Thaw.
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WA regular guy, he
lives to have fun, yes-
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him are all one.H . . .
nwillyn found that trees
and Plymouths don't get
along with each other. .
reliable end on football
team 2 3 . . .basketball
N . . track 1,2 . . sang
C?D in Boys' and Mixed
Chorus . . . Pep Club l
when nonsense will ans-
wer the purpose as weD.U
. . 'Lindy'sH always got
crack up his sleeve . .
guard on the
team 3,H . .
. F.F.A. 1,
2,3 . . . Pep Club 2,3 .
. played UMattN in the
junior class play . . .
Student Council . . .
NI'm here--even if I
don't tell everyone.n. .
Eunice was the maid in
NJanuary Thawn . . four-
year member of Y-Teen,
Glee Club, and Band . .
played the French horn
in Band . . . loaned her
voice C?Jto the Pep Club
the last three years.
nPeople fascinate meg
I can sit and look at
them for hours.n . . .
UKuperN isn't afraid to
say what she thinks . .
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3 N . . .
Glee Club 1,2,5,1+ . .
Mixed Chorus 3,b . . .
Pep Club 2 3 . . NMargen
in the junior class play
. . . Production Editor
for the Torch.
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HI cannot bear to be
awakened so early.N . .
tackle on the football
team l,2,3,N . . basket-
ball 1, 2, 3 . . . track
1,2 . . . baseball 3 . .
A-Club 2,3,H . . fresh-
man class president . .
portrayed his fatherly
abilities Vin HJanuary
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nBert'sN an innocent
looking lad but don't
let that fool you. . his
activities were limited
to the FFA for the first
two years and Pep Club
when a Sophomore and
BETTE JO NEYMEYER
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of life--don't try one,
try them all.n. .HBetteW
contributes her two
cents worth to what ever
is being discussed . . .
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drum boring and tiring
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Vice President Glenn Bohgmgn
SOCPSCBPY Ruth Lindaman
TPBHSHPOP Elaine Rozeboom
Student Council Barbara Clawson, Kenneth Muller
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Myrna Jedn Knight
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Shirley Heitland, Dorothy Aswegan. First row: Berdine Toomsen, Bernard Murrs,
Edward Ubben, Charles Dobbs, Rosemary Rieken. Absent--Joan Heinz
President ........ . Vincent Scallon
Vice President ....... Harvey Abbas
Secretary ......... Vern Achtermann
Treasurer ....... . . Harriet Schultz
Student Council Gordon Sietsema, Donna Wolf
Sponsors ...... Mr. Carney, Mr. Cregar
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Charles Abkes, Darold Sprain, George Folkerts, Darlene Miller, First row:
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Kreimeyer, Duane Abbas, Larry Neal. Second row: Josephine Mulder, Lauretta
Bumke, William Murra, Gene Noble, Anna Johnson, Rita Heitland, Lorraine
Roegner. Front row: Shirley Muller, Arlene Huebner, Ruth Anderson, Sandra
Elsing, Grace Smith, Norietta Noordman.
President ......... . James Bear
Vice President ..... . James Wolf
Secretary . . . ....... Jay Kurth
Treasurer .... ...... Duane Abbas
Student Council . . Robert King, Gene Noble
Sponsors . . . . . Miss Housh, Mr. Dean
Back row: Kenneth Groninga, Mary Ann Winters, Audrey Kahle, Martha VanHove,
Mildred Benning, Maxine Benning, Jay Kurth. Second row: James Wolf, Donald
Harken, James Bear, Stanley Weber, Paul High, Sherman Aldinger, Robert King.
Front row: Alice Ann 0'Hare, Shirley Vanderverf, Lavonne Mooi, Norma Harken,
Shirley Pies, Mary Ann Boelman.
hek row: Beverly Fincher, Sharon Ireeee, Alvin Hubbell., Riellrd Stanffecher, larry lcverng,
Duane Hoech, Josephine Dobbs, Jcen Mmier, lhrlene Greenfield, Dorothy Hubbell., Beverly Hoare,
Shu-on Diemer, Cocrh True. Second row: lhrilyn Cobie, Dale Kreineyer, Jenice hrringten,
Donna Heffelneier, Donm. Abbee, lhrlene Venlleiden, Fred Seller, Alnn Yedge, Delbert K1'01X!ll',
Richard Humke, Rodney Kreineyer, Billy Biuell, Robert Byken, Lester Maller. Prnt row:
Revlyn DeBerg, Phrvin Cleweon, lhry Hnnke, Shirley Schueerin, Virginia Clnveon, Gene lhller,
F1-enk H1-tling, Gordon Ploeger, Frederick h-eriche, Roger Reinte, Keith Hn-nn, John Sehler.
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Floyd Hiller. Second raw: bint henna, Ury Boegner, hrlnn Greenfield, hrley kid,
Jelea Acvepn, Rey Piereol, Rhyme Bren, llrlene hits, Ish Ceordee, hrleme Seized,
krriet Rickneier, Rmom. Limhnn. Firet ren Deen Half, Gu-el Spieher, Patricia
Kroll, John Iavie, Bunn Lldinger, larry Steding, lerrell DeBerg, Iouelle. Benning, Zell
Siedechlag, Raymond Smith. Abeent-Jelnn leel, Dennis Peer
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We wish to express our appreciation to the following business houses
and business men for their cooperation in helping to make the UTorch of 5
Boyenga Hatchery Merston's Store Carstens Protters
Ed Boyenga Dry Goods Variety Floor Coverings Hardware
Ackley State Bank
Cafe and Party Room
will L Meyer
South Side Dairy
Grade A Products
Uwhere Friends Mee H
Super Valu Market
Schoeneman Implement Co E H W
I H C Pontiac Dentist
Radio Q Television Service NCorner Shoe Store
Ray Bear C J Doepke
Mart's Tire Shop
Townsend Q Merrill Co
You Flatten 'Em We Fatten 'Em Gamble's
Marshall Canning Co
F J Frerichs
F S Harrington E A Coordes
Phillip N66n Products
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Harken's Phone 6081 D E E L nn
Dr Pobert Gresslin Dentist
Giese Standard Station
Wayne's Food Store
Ruth Ann Beauty Salon
Expert Service Sietsema 8 Fritz A D Weaver
Furniture and Funeral Service Drugs
Zacharias D X Station
Highway 20 Aldinger Machine Shop Dentel'S
Massey Harris Parts 8 Selvice The Quality Store
Weber Motor Co
Chevrolet Oldsmobile Tegens SQ Sl Store Ackley Bakery
Variety Merchandise Fresh Rolls 3 Pastries
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Pries Grocery Q Market Fred Althouse
Croker's Cafe Barber Shop
Quality Foods Roth Rexall Store
Soda Fountain Candy Cosmetics Kahle's Place
Fred J Boheman
Your John Deere Dealer Ackley Reminder oegner's D X Station
Complete Coverage L D Roegner
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R A Weber Ackley Creamery
Hofmelsters' Thermogas Gas Dealer Butter Ice Cream
Drew's Shoe Store Ridout Oil Company
Frudden Lumber Co Quality Shoes for the Family Texaco Products
A Good Place to Trade
Farmer's Elevator Company ShU88T'5
W B Artes Produce phone 3321 Quality Clothing
Wayne G Nutrena Feeds
R H Criffel, DVM Brandt G Son Funeral Home Dick Betten
Furniture Funeral 8 Ambulance Service
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