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The Senlor Class of l95M would like
to introduce to you, 'Jake , their 1nv1s1ble classmate For four years
he occupled the empty seat 1B every class and when some m1SChlef was
done, Jake d1d it He threw the eraser, he slammed the door, and he
missed the wastebasket Whenever the boys found a mistake in their
llven it up He would slide a book down the a1sle, Snap up the window
shade, crack h1s knuckles or g1V8 a deep throated cough
Before graduating, Jake would like
to present to you a picture story of his hlgh school days He Jo1ned
the seniors ln part1c1pat1ng ln many 8Ct1Vltl9S He had the loyal
spirlt that surrounded them all with them he now looks back with a
llttle nostalgia on the good tlHES he had ln hlgh school He hopes that
thls wlll remlnd you of all the experlences that you have had here too
workbooks, HJake did itu. If any class became dry, Jake was there to
we started our high school career on
September l, l95q with the search for vic
tories and honors before us Thirty five
students enrolled, eighteen of which are
in our present class The new members
were JoAnn Rops, Dorothy Aswegen, Eugene
Beving, Bernard Murra Vincent Scallon,
Jack Croker, Harvey Abbas, Nevamae Beving,
Edward Ubben, Charlene Roth, Norma Hanlg,
Charles Abkes, Jean Ryken, Darlene Freese,
and of course, Jake, our non enrolled
The majority of the class entered the
clubs and activities open to them Surely
everyone will remember our initiation so
convenient for us, as we were to have the
privilege of wearing our pajamas to school
The Only drawbacks were that the girls had
to wear their hair in pigtails and wear
buckled overshoes, while the boys had to
wear heels all day long You should have
seen Jake, he was a scream!
We entered our Sophomore year well
accustomed to the discipline of the teach
ers and pranks of fellow classmates This
was the year Jake became aware of the fact
that he was to take everyone's blame
Most all the girls will remember the
time some of the Sophomore Home Ec class
snltched underclassmen's tempting fudge
to think of what to say in our apology
This year we got our revenge on the
Freshmen by having the girls wear shirts
and overalls backwards and the boys wear
dresses inside out All Freshmen had
onions around their necks which they all
had to taste often
Our class was proud to have Donna
Wolf elected as our homecoming queen at
Also this year ten lucky guys and
gals were chosen to serve at the Junior
Senior banquet Dressed in Hawaiian cos
tume, they helped carry out the theme of
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Jake says our class picnic was at
Clear Lake with Mr Carney and Mr Creger
as sponsors It rained all day, but we
had fun rollerskating
We lost Shirley Timmons this year
Juniors at last! Our financial cam
palgn began with the operating of our
Junior stand at the football field Under
the capable guidance of Miss Rachut and
Jake, with Norma Frerichs and Jack Croker
as chairman, we pocketed a little money
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To further add to our bank account we pre
sented the play 'we Shook the Family Tree '
A misplaced scream and a loose headed fish
caused a rio We blamed Jack instead of
with money from the play we presented
Wnvening in Par1s,' our Junior Senior Pr m
The gym was transformed bywaromantic wish
ing well a realistic park, a Gay Pare e
into an exact
palls, it was
and of course an art gallery,
replica of the famous French
e found flashlights and
a relatively minor task to
dark like background The
tip y 1amDP0St with the snow on top shed
its light on the park bench below Every
one danced to the divine music of Eddie
During our Junior year two of our mem
bers were elected to the National Honor
Society They were Vern Achtermann and
This year Jean Hyken was chosen Home
coming queen attendant
we gained ialph Drake, Caroline Eoel
man and Marjorie Boelman and lost ordon
Sietsema, Doris Smith, Berdlne Toomsen and
The Senior girls intra mural basket
ball team also took honors this year by
winning the intramural tournament for the
third consecutive year Honors go to Jo
Ann Hops, Jean Ryken, Harriett Schultz,
Norma Frerlcns, Darlene Freese, Shirley
Heltland, Darlene Wlller, and Donna dolf
for keeping the class of 5U out in front
Jake showed his stuff by proving to be a
good manager for the girls
Under the direction of Mis Jacob,
the Seniors resented 'The Man on the
Stairs,' which proved to be very success
This year three of our classmates
were elected to the National Honor Society
Norma Frerichs, Charlene Roth, and Jean
On May 5 the Juniors honored us by
presenting 'Neptune's Parad1se,' with the
music by Vance Dixon The decorations
gave everyone the feeling of being under
water as the theme suggested There were
fish, mermaids, a treasure chest filled
with fascinating jewels, a sunken ship and
Skip Day for the Seniors was held at
Des Moines The day was spent touring
places such as the fire station, NEO, the
Coca Cola plant, the airport, and the Air
Guard hanger After the tour each person
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spent a couple of hours on his own either
shopping or getting into mischief. During
the evening most everyone attended a movie
of his choice. Jake, especially, got a
charge out of the WHO Buckaroos' singing
'Baby Dol1,' as did everyone else
Of course, the big event of the year
was the publishing of the Torch of'5'-P
advertise our Torch, the Seniors, put
on an almost true to life Arthur Godfrey
show Vern and George made a very life
like Arthur Godfrey and Tony Marvin The
act which really caught the audience eye
was Holeloke impersonated by Ralph Drake.
we are still wondering who Ralph took les-
sons from. It has been rumored that Jake
great lnstructor. After our
campaign skit, very serious work began to
complete this great book
But our high school days are now a
thing of the past and all we have left are
the memori What started out to be a
long four years of hard work turned out to
be a short period of fun and enjoyment and
it is with regret that we say 'Goodby
Classmates Friends, Teachers, and Jake '
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to cllmo the goal posts and wrap then with crepe paper :hen the Christn t s beinf
decorated, Jake insisted that he sit on top and act as an angel, b f tie ide w s voted
down Represent tives vere sent to ham,ton to attend S C Convertion P S JAP DID NOT
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dancing instructor and also assistant bouncer Two more re resentatives were sent to Des
Moines to attend a Safety Conference Jake, with the azmrofal of the S C , was perrltted
to go along and be a special guest at the luncheon given bv Gox Beardsley The last main
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The Future Farmers have been quite active this year
in their numerous activities Last summer a group of
boys and Mr Mortensen went to Lake Okoboji for a summer
trip This year they have planned a canoe trip to Nor
thern Minnesota along the Canadian border
Last fall a judging team went to the Dairy Cattle
Congress at Waterloo The Judging team consisted of
five boys, Marvin Saathoff, Robert Ryken, Merlin Meyer
Dick Stauffacher and John Schafer, which won high
Athletes also were given a chance to prove their
ability, either on the F F A basketball team or on the
The pictures record numerous other events
Ray Piersol, Larry Woodley and Robert Schlampp,
freshmen, test milk as part of their classroom work
...Marvin Saathoff took blue ribbon honors in the
Junior and Open division at the Hardin County Fair with
his hybrid barrow.
...George Folkerts with the beef calf which he
showed at the Hardin County Fair.
...Gary Homan is demonstrating seed germinator with
which over 100 tests of various seeds were made for ger-
mination and purity.
...Herman Aldinger with lamb which was a part of
his project program.
...LeRoy Benning with beef calves which took blue
ribbons at the Franklin County Fair.
...Bob Ryken, playing with the state F.F.A. band,
in a parade at the state convention at Davenport.
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of 83 Seven girls attended the Y Teen Fall Con
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Frerichs was District Secretary at this meeting
Some of the program topics this year were
Sportsmanship, Good Grooming, Hobbies, Music, and
Careers To raise money, candy sales were held
during the noon hour and a very successful holly
wreath sale was held in December
The Y Teen promotes many social activities
Again this year the club sponsored a semi formal
dance 'Frosty's Frolic' in the Gym on December 22
The annual Motrer Daughter tea was held on May lb
New officers were installed at the tea
Two girls, Mildred Benning and Sandra Elsing,
will attend the summer conference to be held at
Central College in Pella
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Third row Lauretta Humke, Shirley Heitland, Donna Wolf accomaanist, Norma Frerichs,
Roxle Harken, Ramona Lindaman, Harriett Schultz, Virginia Clawsor, LaVonne Mool, Mary
Humke, Rosemary Rieken, Pat Kroll, Carol Spieker, Sandra El ing, Jean Ryken, Pat Meyer,
Charlene Roth Second row Grace Smith, Norleta Noordman, Rita Ryken, Mildred Benning,
Darlene Filler, Don Schlegel, LeRoy Huesman, Larry Miller, Gary Roegner, David Kaus, Meint
Huesman, Harvey Meyer, Floyd Diller, Darlene Freese, Darlene VanHe1den, Janice Harrington,
Leda Coordes, Mr Rippentrop Front row Harriett Ricksmeier, Rita Heltland, Arlene
Huebner, Luella Benning, LeAnn Boelman, Marlene Greenfield, Lorraine Roegner, Darlene Lin
daman, Sharon Freese, Sharon Dlemer, Norma Hanig, Charlene Harms
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Darold Spraln, Gordon Ploeger, Stanley Weber, Edward Ubben, Larry Stedlng, Sherman
Aldlnger, B111 Bissell, John Schafer, Dale Krelmeyer Second row Coach Carney, Jay
Kurth, Kenneth Gronlnga, Ralph Drake, Alan Fedge, Robert Ryken, David Kaus, Dick Humke,
Bay Piersol, Gary Shugar, Dean wolf, Newlyn DeBerg, Coach Schupbach Third row Rodney
Krelmeyer, Jack Vessels, Larry Hofmann, Harry Osborne, Bob Schlampp, Gary Roegner, Gary
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ACKLEY 9 DECORAH 0
This was the opening game of the year and all the boys were ready for anything that
they might face during the football season Alan nThe Toen Fedge kicked a field goal in
the third quarter to make it 3 to O Sietsema plunged over in the fourth quarter making
the final score of the game
ACKLEY 13 ELDORA O
At Eldora, Dean wolf, our freshman quarterback, did a fine Job in relieving Alan
Fedge, who was injured in the opening minutes of the game Our team went on to win with
help of our high scoring lineman, Jay Kurth Noble counted for the extra point
ACKLEY 12 GBUNDY CENTER 45
ACKLEI 19 LA PORTE CITY O
The Raiders again proved they have what it takes It was 259 yards on the ground and
Nb yards in the air that gave Ackley their third victory Sietsema was good for twel ve
points and DeBerg seven
ACKLEY 26 TEACHERS HIGH 6
T C High scored first in the opening oeriod Ackley came back to score once in
the same period, twice in the second and once more in the third Noble and Sietsema each
contributed two touchdowns.
ACKLEY 26 JESUP 14
A Homecoming victory for the Raiders made it five wins out of six starts. Again
Noble and Sietsema were good for two touchdowns on some flashy running plays. All the
members of the squad saw action.
ACKLEY 13 REINBECK U1
By getting off to a slow start and never catching up, Ackley lost their chance for
a second place tie in the conference. Newlyn DeBerg scored in the first half on a screen
pass. Sietsema came through for 6 Dolnts in the second half.
ACKLEY 13 TBAER 18
Ackley lost a heartbreaker to Traer to end the conference games for the season. De
Berg opened the game with a 60-yard run touchdown. Fedge counted for the extra point.
Sietsema made a 5- a d f t
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The half ended with Ackley out in front, 13 to 12. Traer came out strong in the second
half to hold Ackley scoreless and then go on to chalk up the winning touchdown.
ACKLEY 7 GREENE 19
Ackley closed the football season with a loss to Greene. Sietsema scored on a two-
yard dive into the line in the second quarter and Noble plunged over for the extra point,
with the half endl with G
ng reene ahead 12 to 7. Greene scored again in the last quarter.
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EDWARD UBBEN One of the fastest
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RALPH DRAKE A hard charging
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GORDON SIETSEMA One of the best
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VINCE SCALLON Outstandlng on
pass defense tackled hard
DAROLD SPRAIN Good offenslve
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Thls rage slonsored by KNIGHT'S POLAR BAR
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Back row Coach Carney, Duane Abbas, Darold Sprain, Dean Wolf, John Lewis,
Stanley Weber, Dale Kreimeyer, Bob Woodley, Don Schlegel, Dave Kaus, Coach
Schupbach Front row Alan Fedge, B111 Murra, Gordon Ploeger, Newlyn DGBSFS,
Gordon Sietsema, Walter Krelmeyer, Keith Burman, Gene Noble
T C H S
Gordon Sletsema 178
Alan Fedge 12
Walter Kreimeyer 106
Newlyn DeBerg 70
Ackley won its Jamboree game against TCHS
24 to 19 to start the season they trailed
one ooint at the half with Iowa Falls beat
Jesup 5U-toU2 for their first win in 33 starts
played a thrilling game to beat Traer 38
to 36 took revenge on St Mary's of Mar
shelltown by M3 to Ml and TCHS by 41 to 39
d1dn't quite make the grade on the college
floor at Cedar Falls and lost to TCHS in hard
fought game no to U2 led Dike 72 to 18 t
the half in the Sectional, then folded fn the
last three minutes to give them the victory
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I, Darold Snr ln, leavf lys with 1 cer
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I, Nevin e Devine, lewvl my much used ulck
and ontimc to Doln or m n They don't
rlttle s much as Nw h and they're muon
I orma Frcrlch , le vt ny lndu trlous
nwnner to Gerald Heecf You h ve it out
lu of scnool, anyway
I, george Wolkerts, leave my Church solo to
haxmne Lennlng You d1dn't know I could
ing, did you?
Joxn Ie 1 , 61 y tele hom' ystem to
orletta nord n nd Arlene 'unbner look
t ll the fun you could h ve 11th it
1 rat Ieyer, leav ny valuable secret ,os
sessiar to Illdred Benning Yee, horlng,
Vlldred Maybe this will give him some
thing to think about
I, Gene Bevlng leave my tendency to be
hful to We ny Groninga Do you think
you could get used to lt, kenny?
Don Schlegel, leave WY arguing ability
hirley Vanderwerf Just state YOU?
lnlon nd stick to it loudly
Caroline boelman, leave my dances t the
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Ch rle Dobbs, leave my technique
ttlrp v bookkeeping done in c11SS
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luctantlv leave our rubber ball to Don Har
ren and Walt Krlemeyer It's good for
11s lng test answers and it llvens u, class
I ylnce callon, also leave my driving
ability to Bob King Now you should really
keep the ledestrlnn jumping
I, Bernard Wurra, leave my naps and squeaky
in Amerie n roblems to Leroy Benning
you can stay awake
everyone else aw ke
in Study Hall and
in American Prob
fondness for one
Winters Just be
out the right one
oAnn Iops leave my
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careful in glcnlrs
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good this year
I, Norma Hanlg leave y sudden urge to
follow my n,ulses to Grace Smith It's
fun, Grace but be careful lt can be em
Q rr sslng along with D rlene Wlller,
also leave y many answers to inquiries
about wh0's in the show or in town to Rita
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I, Darlene Miller, also leave my ability to
get to school and classes just as the bell
rings to Norma Harken It's fun and
case s reone has slne work for you to do be
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I, Ch1rles bkes, leave my height to Duane
Abbas with ny height and your looks, you
ought to go places I also leave my dra
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Vulder Tr, hyynotizlng him for awhile
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I, Ch rlene Roth, leave my horse to Alice
g'Hare Vou t ok such good c re of her be
I, Jean Ryken, will my vit lity lr cheer
l dlrg o orraine Roegner Yours and
mine together should really bet the Cpgwd
I Do na wclf, leave U1 flirting ability to
Shlrle, Wuller It's rot hxrd and the re
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I, Harvey Albus, leaxe my witty s,eeches to
hermsn Aldlnger I hoge they receive the
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year I also le1ve my unfinished cigars to
L urett lumke It's about time to start
fad ro nd school, Lauretta
I Ed ard Ubben, leave bility to keel
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of class rings, pictures, and other senti
mental souvenirs to LaVonne Mool and Ber
dine Toomsen I know you are starting a
collection and I'd like to contribute If
I cln be of further assistance, phone M891
I Shirley Heltland, also leave my former
boy friends to Shirley Pies You have some
of them already
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the spice of life but that's no news to you
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Weber You're doing pretty well, consider
ing that you have a lot of territory to
cover and so many social obligations to ful
I Dorothy Aswegen, leave my
look well groomed at all times
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to John Green, knowing full well that you
have the wind for it
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ner to Sandra Elsing and gay Kuxth S1
golden, you know At least Jay
those naps in study hall I a so
diamond ring to Vary Ann Eoelpan
him He' bound to get you one
e the Senior Class of 1250 leave ou in
visible classmate Jake to the Juniors
the blame for things for you
We hereby agpoint Stan deber and Jay Yurth
to carry out this, our last will and testa
ment You two have the should s for lt
The gates swung shut as the last truck
rumbled through The Green and Wh1t9
Circus was on its way
After six months of rest and training
in the beautiful Florida sunshine, we were
all very glad to be on the road again for
our summer tour I sat back against the
seat watching the scenery go by thinking
that as wardrobe mistress, I ha a lot of
sewing yet to do on the costumes for our
Goodness, I thought to myself this is
my eighteenth year with the circus, and it
seems just yesterday that I graduated from
dear old A H S I began to wonder what
had happened to all my classmates
course, I knew that Chgrles bkes had been
elected president of the nited States
this year Everyone said that lt was his
resemblence to Abe Lincoln and his honesty
that had won him the election
Before I knew it, we had arrived in
Jacksonville, Florida, where we stopped at
Edward Ubben's studio to collect our side
show posters Since graduation, Eddie had
gone into the advertising field, and did
all the art work for our circus
As our first performance was to take
place in Atlanta Georgia, this was our
next stop. Arriving early in the morning,
we began at once, with the elephants' help
to put up our big top. As I sat in the
main office discussing some new costuming
problems with the manager, we heard a
great deal of shouting and commotion at
the end of the circus grounds. Just then
Bernard Murra, our elephant trainer, came
rushing in and announced breathlessly that
his prize elephant had strayed off and was
now standing on his head in the middle of
the highway blocking traffic, and that
some man was threatening to press rhnrZ9S
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against the circus unless immediate action
was taken Suddenly the door flew open,
and in stalked none other than Verg
Q htermagg, who, much to my surprise, was
an outstanding lawyer in Atlanta Vern
was furious because he was late for an
important appointment, but after recog
nizing us as two of his old classmates, he
apologized and bought tickets for all the
members of his family Our first show on
the road was a great success
On our way to Washington D C , we stop
ped in Norfolk, Virginia, to pick up an
addition for the show He was a new kind
of wild man, which Donna Wolf, our explor
er in Africa, had caught and tamed with
her special technique Before reaching
dashington, however, we had a terrible
catastrophe Our fat lady no longer would
fit into hex specially built trailer, so
we were forced to stop in Richmond at the
Reducing Farm, owned and run by Darold
Upon entering Washington D C we were
delayed due to a huge parade honoring the
nationally famous jet ace, Fugene Bevlng
who had just completed a trip around the
globe in the record breaking time of 10
hours, 39 minutes, and 155 seconds. After
our second show, Caroline Boelmgn, our
lion tamer, began complaining of having
some trouble with her cats. This difficub
ty was solved with the purchase of a new
book entitled nPretty Pussy' written by
Madame Lorraige Vagderwerf, world famous
animal trainer and photographer.
While in Washington, we went out to
Leesburg, Virginia, to watch the telecast
of the Arthur Godfrey show. Tony Marvin,
who had grown too old for his Job, had re
tired and George Folkerts, one of our old
classmates, had taken his place. After
the show, we asked George if he would take
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weeks run in New York City George said
that it would be a pleasure doing some
thing besides commercials for a change
Toledo, Ohio, seemed quiet and peaceful
after the busy city of New York During
the matinee on the second day there was
quite a disturbance during one of our side
show performances A little boy in the
audience kept squirting his water pistol
at our fire eater, causing her fire to go
out The manager was summoned and he told
the boy's mother that she should make him
stop because he was ruining the show,
otherwise he would be forced to ask them
to leave Angry words were exchanged and
the mother got up to leave with seven
small boys trailing along behind her
she approached the entrance where I sat
watching, I recognized her as Charlene
Roth She was just surprised as I
chat was quite brief due to the antics of
her seven young sons, but I learned that
Charlene had meet and married her husband
during her college years at Drake Need
less to say she is now a pharmacist
One of our members of the troupe was
seriously clawed by one of the baby bears
during our trip from Toledo to Deroit
In Detroit we located a lady barber and
had her trim the cub's nails and the lions
manes Much to our surprise she turned
out to be lgg Byggg, who had opened a
shop in that city
We left Detroit in fine shape but as
we neared Chicago, we began to have engine
trouble with our largest semi truck, which
finally gave up 31 miles from the city
limits We walked to the nearest tele
phone booth and upon looking in the clas
slfied ads, came across 'Han1g's Trucking
Norma Hanig who came to our rescue' Our
truck was repaired while we gave our show
Des Moines was next on our route When
we stopped at a toll bridge to pay for
all of our vehicles to pass over the Miss
issippl, a miniature Buick rolled up along
side of us and who should pop her head out
but Darlene Freese She was on her way to
the Kentucky Derby where she had entered
her favorite mare, Giddap
Just as the circus left Des Moines in
the wee hours of the morning, we saw a
cloud of dust approaching us, topped with
what appeared to be a flaming red banner
side of the
the cloud took the form of a person, run
I gasped as
I recognized another old classmate, Harold
gugga who was taking part in a cross
relay from Los Angeles to Washington
Pulling our caravan to the
road, we watched in silent
ning for all he was worth
After calming our frightened animals,
we continued on to Minneapolis We had
been assigned a large field to the south
of the city to set up our tents Arriving
there, we found that Dorothy -Aswegen,
Evangelist, had to take down the tents
from her revival meetings before we could
set up ours
In Sioux Falls, South Dakota our next
stop, we were honored and pleased when the
Dean of Sioux Falls University, none other
than Vince Scallon, brought his speech
class to the circus grounds to collect in
formation for an symposium on nLife In A
As we continued our travels, we began
reading of the epidemic which was spread
ing among the armed service in Denver
Arriving there we weren't surprised t
hear that Patricia Meyer, head of the
F B I , was making a special investigation
Sabotage was suspected Since Private
rdog Sietsegg had been promoted to Mess
Sergeant the sick list had risen sharply
Leaving sunny Denver and crossing the
Rocky Mountains we were unprepared for the
blizzard which struck about 4 p m that
afternoon Reaching the summit of a peak,
we found the road completely blocked and
visability almost zero This time it was
Harvey Abbgs, mountalneer, who rescued us
with his new breed of snowshoe rabbits
He had developed them to take the St Ber
Leaving the mountains behind, we started
across the desert It was 5 in the morn
ing and I had almost fallen asleep when a
terrific explosion shook our trailer A
I looked out of the window, I saw a huge
mushroom shaped cloud form in the sky A
few miles further along we came to a road
blockade supervised by M H P's They ex
plained that we would be forced to take a
detour as experiments were taking place on
the Q bomb conducted by Atomic Director
through a ghost town tucked away in the
corner of Nevada As we were passing
through Main Street, a little white figure
danced out of the deserted hotel shouting
'what the dickens is going on here with
all this noise? How do you expect a soul
to get his sleepo' Rubbing my eyes in dis
belief I suddenly recognised Jake Th
caravan stopped briefly and I chatted with
Jake who told me that upon graduation he
had come here to haunt the dead
Rolling on we headed for Walla Walla,
Washington, where we were scheduled for 8
three night stand So far during our joxu'
ney our boxing kangaroo had been unde
feated, but on the second night there he
suffered his first and last defeat -9
Q--gggl, U S lightweight champ, won by a
knock out The next day our kangaroo died
of heart break The local paper carried
the news story with the announcement that
-gglggi Sghgltg, taxidermist, had bought
the carcass from the circus for her collec
tion of stuffed animals
From Walla Walla we decided to fly to
Fairbanks, Alaska, where we were asked to
put on a special performance for the armed
services stationed there Boarding the
plane that was to carry my costumes, who
should we have for our pilot but Neva g
Bevigg' I was pleased to learn that she
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any misfortunes Rosemary Rieken, an old
friend of mine from school, had heard of
our expected arrival and was there to meet
During the unloadlng of the circus
equipment she told me that she had been
working for a bathing suit company, test
ing the durability of their suits by wear
ing them when swimming in the Bering Sea
From Alaska we went back to the states,
to San Diego where we stopped for our
annual supply of pink dye for our lemonade
from the Circus Supply Company operated by
On my day off I took a bus to Hollywood
where I visited the Brown Derby, the res
taurant where the stars congregate I had
just ordered my dinner when I heard some
one stop behind me and say, Wdhy Joan, I
havent see you since SN ' Then I turned
around and saw Norma Frerichs During our
dinner together she told me that upon her
graduation from nurse's training she mar
ried a doctor from California and he was
now head of the medical staff at Alca
traz where she was his assistant
Our train moved on and headed for Al
buquerque, New Mexico, where we pi ked up
some trained white rats from Ralph Drake's
Rat Farm While in New Mexico we stopped
at Carlsbad to vislt another classmate,
L.!gence Vagderwerf, who was caretaker of
the bats in Carlsbad Caverns
From Carlsbad we moved on to San An
tonio, Texas San Antonio was celebrating
their centennial, so we decided to stay
for two weeks Me were very fortunate to
have as our star attraction, Charles Dobbs
a famous bull fighter, who had returned
As our summer tour came to a close, we
headed back to Florida On our return to
Miami I learned that Shirley Heitland, now
Tommy Manville, had just been crowned
Mrs America she had gained admiration
from the Judges with her watermelon pic
kles seasoned with gin
Resting on the sunny beaches of Florida,
I had time to think over our latest tour
And it was then I suddenly realized that I
had come in contact with everyone of my
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EDITOR NORMA FRERICHS
BUSINESS MANAGER VERN ACHTERMANN
SALES MANAGER VINCENT SCALLON
Darold Sprain, Charles Abkes, Charles Dobbs Harold Burma, Harvey Abbas
Bernard Murra, George Folkerts, Shirley Heitland, Charlene Roth
SENIOR ACTIVITIES JEAN RYKEN
Norma Hanig, Dorothy Aswegen, Gene Beving, Harvey Abbas
OTHER CLASSES DONNA WOLF
Nevamae Beving, Harriett Schultz, Charles Dobbs, Darold Sprain
FEATURES CHARLENE BOTH
Joan Heinz, JoAnn Bop , Darlene Freese, Nevamae Beving, Gordon Sietsema
Norma Hanig, Pat Meyer, Ralph Drake
CLUBS ROSEMARY RIEKEN
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PLAYS AND PARTIES DARLENE MILLER
Darlene Freese, Harriett Schultz, Lorraine Vanderwerf
ARTWORK PAT MEYER
MUSIC SHIRLEY HEITLAND
Don Schlegel, Donna Wolf, Jean Hyken, Vern Achtermann
ATHLETICS GORDON SIETSEMA
Ralph Drake, Edward Ubben, Lawrence Vanderwerf, Vincent Scallon
ADVISER MISS HELEN RATH
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