Adams High School - Argo Yearbook (Adams, MN)

 - Class of 1939

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h,.,,, Here comes Miss Heimer in a stunning frock. They say she ' is part owner of a dress shop in Miami. - Who is the young lady with the notebook and pencil? Why of course, that's Lorraine, now a private secretary to the govere- nor of Minnesota. . ' That chap that just walked by was Mr. Knutson, president of the National Bank at San Francisco, and the man down in front who can't be quiet is Wilbur Koloen, now better known as Billy Kel whose orchestra is heard every Wednesday night on the air. Doesn't Miss Barthelme look cute in a nurse's costume and cloak. Being head supervisor at a Los Angeles Hospital cer- tainly keeps her looking fine. , Juletta Winkels enters the bleachers now, She certainly knows the law now, for she is private secretary for a very prominent attorney at Dallas. A ' , U A The man who just drove up in the blue packard is Bill Wiste 0 He is a prosperous farmer near Owatonna, and his corn won the blue ribbon at the state fair last year. , , " There are Ruby Anderson and Pearl Knutson together. I hear .these girls now have a novelty shop in Toronto, Canada. , ft lThat distinguished looking gentleman on the left is Mr. M. Prescott. He took his Ag, boys with him too, I see, for Martin is an Ag. teacher at Seattle, Washington. I Down by the south goal post are two men deeply engaged in conversation. I believe that is Mr. Gosha, a dairy farmer near Racine, Wisconsin, and he is talking to Mr. Schaefer, who owns a filling station in Racine, 9 Look at the sailor, girls! Well, one boy from our class took to the sea, That's Roman Winkels in the spiffy uniform. Listen to that pep band. It is quite a treat for them to have as their guest director, Miss Frieda Amble, who now swings a baton at Roosevelt H. S. in Washington D. C, . ' There's the president of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. of the Washington branch. Kevin really made a name for himself. A Here comes Alton Johnson, now known as the WAr1zona Cattle Kingn. He owns a thousand acre cattle ranch in Arizona. .Time marches on, and so does Mr. Thompson. He has a,very business-like manner and is carrying a brief case. No wonder, he is a salesman for a large concern in Detroit, Michigan. , And so the whistle blows and the game starts with a bang! What a homecoming! A' n VIsabel Wohlers

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rf, M ix x T "-sr efdlfxgg ?'fN" i. Xxxxhgggg N.J,lAJP xg,-J , 4 J4XNwrjj!-fn .iLYLd lt 18 the big event of the year! Homecoming at dear old Adams High on November ll, 1944. It is a huge success, for beside winning the football game, most of the 1959 seniors are back to witness the football ability of the 944W team. Passing down the sidelines and walking through the newly constructed bleechers, a young man could be seen sitting very, tense and looking very proud. It was Dr. James,A. Erckenbrack. Why was he so proud? He had pulled a tooth for Judy Garland just two days ago, and he isn't over the thrill, M Beside the doctor sits a good looking chap. It is Terry Canney, who hltchhlked all the way from Florida to be here for homecoming. Terry now has the title, known the world over, of nLadies Gentlemann. , A young lady now raises her voice to call the popcorn man. Well, if it 1sn't that famous dress designer, who ls at present a fashion councellor at Marshall Field's in Chicago. Isabel 4, always said that was her goal. The series of articles she wrote after her trip to Paris certainly is tops in the fashlon world., Sitting next to the young lady is a handsome man. Yes, it is John Sorflaten,' He's really a success as an accountant with a salary simply enormous. He has just been promoted to business manager of a large firm in Maryland.. - Say, that voice sounds familiar, Of course, it's James Krebsbach. He has that rather dignified look now, for he is teaching school at Duluth, Minnesota. , The game ls to start in five mlnutesg and in rides Mr. Lawrence Georgen, king of the speedways, with his H1926 Jalopyu. Lawrence has just returned from Indianapolis where he took first prize at the tin can derby.: The girls with the1r hair just so, why of course, that's Miss Iverson, now the owner of the Star Beauty Salon at Albert Lea, and girl with her is her assistant, Madonna Kiefer, who has a very promising future in beauty culture.' P 1 That can't be Eunice Torgerson, can,1t? How she has changed! She must have done something to her hair lshe got her last permanent at the Star Beauty SalonJ. Eunice is quite proud of herself and has reason to be for she is a Home Demonstration, agent up North. Now she is making plans of using her Home Ec. knowledge in a home of her own.f All congratulations to her,



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I A P ' THE 1959 JUN1oa..sEN1oR BANQUET W ..A, 5 N il' --W - - A . N.. V .-5 'L As IL .l.., The traditional Junior-Senior banquet was given at the Fox Hotel in Austin on the evening of May 20, 1959. The theme of the banquet was the New York World's Fair. The senior class colors, old rose and silver, were carried out in the table decorations. The center piece on each table was formed by miniatures of the two main buildings at the Fair, the Trylon and the Perisphere. The place cards were also outlines of these two buildings, and each guest was provided with a means of transportation which were toy cars, ships, airplanes, and busses. A three-course dinner was served, consisting of the following menus: Fruit cocktail, Assorted relishes, Roast Loin of Pork, , Apple sauce, Buttered peas and carrots, Whipped potatoes, Waldorf salad, Hot dinner rolls, Coffee, Milk, Pineapple Sundae, and Cake. W After the dinner a program was presented. Herman Klapperich very ably aoted as toastmaster. The program consisted of the following: Welcome to the Fair ------- - Margaret Wllkey Going to the Fair --------- Cleo Hiemer Piano Duet P - - - ------ - - Miss Sanders Miss Jones Class Will - - - + ------- - Wilbur Koloen Class Prophesy ---------- Kevin Sass Vocal Trio - - - - 'Harbor L1ghtsU,Cleo Hiemer Margaret Wilkey Arlene Otto President of the Fair Board ---- Mr. Sorknes Here is New York --------- Mr. Glesne Farewell ------------- Mrs. Zimmerman At the close of the program, the entire group joined in singing several school songs. The Juniors then took their guests to the Paramount Theatre where they saw the show, uI'm From M1ssour1.'

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