Albia Community High School - Screech Yearbook (Albia, IA)

 - Class of 1942

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I, ,V 1 f H' fr fl ff ' fbiii r -ewM"' t Ez- J Foreword All things must come to an end, and all too soon the final curtain will fall upon the four-act drama in which We have participated. But the memories will live on'for- ever. Toward this end we have dedicated ourselves, and by capturing a little of the life about the campus, we hope to preserve it for future reminiscence. is Q an Dedication The senior class of I942 hereby dedicates this publication to all the Albia High School graduates who are members of our country's armed forces, whether they be soldier, avia- tor, sailor or marine. ju f x ' li-QQ? qu 5 5 5 -Z-SUP Ill-IIII IP --I iZU msn BSE in E. H H gsisms H B 5.25, Eggs B l H :E H .eggs H M me E W E H Mm-Ban is dm- sgg W me as H E E as E H Tse is as , mm ms? si E W H saw ajax!! E H H E HS? FHQ. Em H W: ii E im Qin. Back row: Stanley Hoyne. secretary, Dan Humeston, John Miller. Front row: Albert Hollingshead, Mrs. Lizzie Alexander, president, Dr. Frank Bay. Board Of Education The Board of Education deserves a vote of thanks not only from the senior class, but from the entire student body. The members give much of their valuable time and unbending effort toward improving and bettering buildings and equipment about the school. This year, through their efforts, we have seen a vocational agriculture shop erected. Few people realize the important responsibility of the Board: let us always re- member the members of our School Board as willing to aid in the betterment of Albia High School! ? rbi' 5-an Mr. R. E. Foster Just as we are finishing our third year in Albin High School, so is Mr. Foster. The senior class feels :1 deep attachment to him, for when we came to high school from junior high, Mr. Foster Came to the high school as principal to continue as our friend and executive superior. This six years comradeship has en- riched each of us immeasurably. Mr. W. W Harfzell As Superintendent of the Albia schools, Mr. Hartzeli has done much for us in our years in high school He has earned his place in the hearts of the students and it is our wish that others may know him and gather as much from this friendship as we have. l HWS, H- ,.. . . ,,,.wm,,. . 'Q' X-. 44? i QR' -J -15 Myrtle '.I'. Belnhauer Dean S. Bellman Faculty 'Martha Best French - Spanish Latin - . Junior College History M1g,ir:1?ga1rrSgi2Fng Enghsh and Government - A B md? M Uni- - B, S., K sas State ' " -' B. A., and M. A.. Drake Teachers Ciflegez Iowa versity of Chicago University: University of State College. Colorado. Leland Cook Band Director English Social Problems B. A.. Simpsfm College? Drake University. Marie Graham Vocal Music A. B., Drake University Mary I.. Klsslck English B. S.. Monmouth Col- lege: University ot Kan- sas: University ot Iowa- Huth Pharis Girls' Physical Ed ucation B. A., Dralte University. Harold W. Corder Jr. College Economics Commerce B, A., and M. A.. Uni- versity of Iowa. Francis Harblson Physical Education Physiology B. S., Parsons College. Vlillldm Mudd Orchestra Commerce B. S., Missouri State Teachers College. Donald 0. Smith College Biology H. S. Biology B. S.. Des Moines Uni- versity: M. S.. Univer- sity of Iowa: Iowa State College. Elsie DeKalb Mathematics B. A.. Parsons College: University of Iowa: Iowa State College: University of Colorado: University of Wisconsin. Myrta Ellen Harlow High School Art College English B. A., and M. A., Uni- versity of Iowa. lack Patterson Varsity Coach History B. S., Penn College. Georgia C. Victor Normal Training B. S., John Hopkins: M. A., University of Iowa: Northwestern University: Colorado State' College. M. Douglas Brown College Mathematics Government B. S., Missouri State Teachers College: M. A., Peabody College. Fatima W. I-'ollrnan Commerce Valparaiso University: Cedar Rapids Business College. Lewis Harrison I-I. S. Dramatlcs B. A., Willia-m Penn Col- lege. Ruth C. Petersen Spanish - French English B. A.. St. Xavier Col- lege: M. A., University of KChicago: M. E., Chi- cago Teachers College. virginia r.. wmmms Home Economics B. S., Iowa State College. Edwin W. Cottman Biology Geography B. S., Mount Morris Col lege: Iowa State College Richard Fullerton Chemistry Physics A. B., Sterling College: M. A., University of Southem California: Uni- versity of Chicago: Unl- versity of Akron. Robert V. Hynd U. S. History Jr. College Coach B. A., Parsons College: Unlverslty of Iowa. Hjalmer V. Peterson Chemistry Physics B. A., and M. S., Uni- versity of North Dakota. Howard Willson Vocational Agriculture B- S.. Iowa State College. ,, Qu ul mflhw .HQ ws M 'f as '-if-3: r Aw V na ss ss I 5 Q mmm I B X I z as , 3 if Q .. X fa gi if B Eng x X ..,,.. .J 4-3 --11' xrwSgf'fz'.wm i 'J ' -wig, 'ff' ,f nw-44 , ,, 5 wax,- na "' . E . Qsvgwg G. 3 K li W gf 'Z' A., ., ww Tv- J W 5 in :S 6. 2162 ,Je Q-afA,L4.40,Q www ww qw.. V. . . I 5,4059 7L,,,,W,, 9. GZLLAJ SJW fam fp-lbw QMZWD UWM vripczw-ffia -dw C pf Q01 DMM CEM ,jQ,,,4,,,,, Pmilad Qwfb 6. gwkmm wwf-WMM 9f,.7,.,9?6m ,pf,?ZA m 5 A Seniors Lawrence Amoss F F A 4'HiY3 303OPe ..A.A.1,2:G.R.1,2: i" D gym Ex. 1, 2. Club 3: Gym Ex. 2. Wilma Adkisson Virginia Sue Baker Betty Bates Gym Ex. 1, 2: Jr. O. A. T.: Activity Club 1, 3:-,F. T. A. G. R. 1: Xmas Cantata 3. 3, 4: Stage Hand 4. Patricia Baty Eileen Beckwith Sr. O. A. T. and O. G. A.: Band 2, 3, 45 A Capella 35 Jr. O. A. T. and O. G. A.: Girls' Glee Club 4: French O. A. T. Secretary 4: 30-30 Club 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 4: G. A. A. 2. 4: Gym Ex. 1, 2, 3, 4: G. R 1: Stage Hand 4. Iohn Bernard Arlene Bettis F F, A, 4: Hi-Y 3. 4: Gym F. A. A. 3. 4: Gym Ex. 1, 2. 2, 3: Track 1. 3: Glee Club 1: Christmas Cantata 2, 3. Ray Buckrldge Virgil Blomgren Sax Quartet 3, 4: Band 2. 15, 4: French Club 3, 4: Or- chestra 4: A Capella 4: Mixed Chorus 4: "Once In a Blue Moon" 4: Spanish Club 4: Boys' Glee Club 4: Baritone Sax Solo 3, 4: Cheer Leader 3. Ioe Cgghmqlk Mary Lois Chidester Screech Staff 4: Band 1, 2. Activity Club 1. 2. 3. 4.2 G- 3, 4: Class Pres., 2: Sax Sol- H. 1. oist 2. 3: Sax Quartet, 1. 2. 3: Boys' Glee Club 1, 2. 3: Boys' Quartet 2: A Capella 2: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Foot- ball 1, 2: Track 1, 2: Or- chestra 1. 2, 3: Gym Ex. 1, 2, 3: Xmas Cantata 1, 2, 3: Choral Reading, 1. 2: Science Club 2, 3. Jacqueline Anderson Student Council 4: Jr. O. G. A. and O. A. T.: 30-30 Pep Club 3. 4: Girls' Glee Club 1: G. R. 2: G, A. A. 2: Gym Ex. 1. 2, 3. Byrle Bates 30-30 Pep Club 3: Jr. O. G. A.: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: A Capella 4: Mixed Octet 4: "Al1 At Sea" 3: Christmas Cantata 3, 4: G, R, 1, 25 Gym Ex. 2, 3. Max Benson Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Basket- ball 1. 2. 3. 4: THICK 1- 2- 3, 4: Student Council Oili- cer 3: Hi-Y 3: Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Donald Bettis Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: F. -1 F. A. 4: Hi-Y 4: Gym Ex. ... 3. Donald Carr Basketball Manager 4: Track Manager 3: Activity Club 'l, 2, 15, 4. Wayne Christy Football 1. 2. 4: Track 1. 3, 4: Nat'l Ath. Scholastic SOC, 2, 4: Basketball 1, 3: Boys' Glee Club 1, 4: Milled Chorus 1, 4: Gym EX- 11 2- pavld Armiger 30-30 Pep Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Gym Ex. 3. Norman Bailey Basketball 1, 2, 3: Track 2 3 HiY 4 F F 4 '-'..A.: Gym I Ex. 2. ' Phyllis Bell Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4: Science Club 3: French Club 3. 4: Gym Ex. 1, 2. Kathleen Blomgren A. A. 1, 2: Gym Ex. 1. G. 2, 3: Jr.'O. G. A. and O. A. T.: Sr. O. G. A. and'O. A. Thgjtage Hand 4. Vivian Casebolt Gym Ex. 1. 2. Dwight Clark 2, A, Hi-Y 3: Gym Ex. 1. F. F. A. 4. 6242 Www WZZLZ- KZAWD pfmfiufi, ANAL WM jwfwff 6,-vw 'nzwffjhfw QQYZW E,,A,,g,5 552, Huff 6.2-,f:4,QZ,.W1 ,mg new dz?-95.4 30,0- wA?,l41,,-J ofofww jfa,ZLMu UM-,J6 vfwmumeww H-fml-11' Earl Claver Basketball 1, 2, Il, 4: Ac tivity Club 1. 2. 3, -13 30-ISU Pep Club 3. Cecil Cooper Iohn Davis Bette Geneva Band 3, 4: A Capella 3. 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 4: Jr. O. A. T. and 0. G. A.: Sr. O. A. T. and O. G. A.: Xmas Cantata 2. 3. 4: "All At Sea" 3: Gym Ex. 2. 3: G. R. 2. 3. Audrey Hainllne Spanish Club ll: G. ll. l: Gym Ex. l, 2. Mary Estella Hickenlooper Jr. 0. A. T. and O. G. A.: Sr. O. A. T. and O. G. A.: Student Council 3: Echoes Staff 4: Science Club 2: G. A. A. 2: Stage Hand 4. Seniors Merle Claw, Lucllle Comstock Boys' Glee Club 1. 4: Screech Jr- 0. G- A- and O- A- T- Staff 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Sr. O. G. A. and O. A. T: "Once In a Blue Moon" '4g GYYO EX- 1. 2 "Just the Girl for Jimmy" 4. Iarnes Corso Mary R. Cottrell F. F. A. 4: Activity Club 4: Gym Ex. 3. Iobn Decet Choral Reading 2: Track 4: F. F. A. 4. Betty Gibb Hi-Y 3 liand 4: Activity Club 1, 2. -3. 4: Jr. O. G. A. and O A. T. Loren Hulusku llnskethull l. 2, 3. 4 2,-3. -l: French Club : Golf 'x 4' Choral Reading l: Track 1. Ke,neth Hinton Track 1. 2, 3, 4: Boys' Glee Club 2, 3. 4: A Capella 2, Zi. 4: -Hi-Y 3: "Secret Door" 3: "Just the Girl For .li 4: Albia Players 4. mmy.v 30-30 Pep Club 3: G. R. 1 Gym Ex. 2, 3. Leo Derby Hi-Y 3, 4: Gym Ex. 2, 3. BMW Lu Godfrey Band 2: Orchestra 2: Girl Reserve Pres. 2, 3- Door, 3, . becrel Loren Hurdlnger Football 1, 2. 3, 4: Basket- ball 2. 3: Gull 1. 2. 54, 4: Stage Hand 4. Mary Alice Hlnton Ch' t as Cantata 1. 2. 32 Gy:-if glx. 1. 2: Glee Club 1. Robert Connolly Jr. O. G. A. and 0. A. T.: Sr. 0. G. A. and O. A. T.: O. G. A. Treas. 4: A Capella 2. 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Xmas Cantata 1. 2, 3, 4: "All At Sea" 3: "Once ln a Blue Moon" 4: Class Vice President 1: Mixed Octet 4: Madrlgals 2, 3: Science Club 2. Jim Coughlln Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3. 4: Bass Sololst 3: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: A Capella 3, 4: Mixed Quartet 3: Boys' Quartet 4: Screech Staff 4: Stage Hand 4. Richard I-'lynn Golf 1, 2, 3, 4: Captain 3. 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Screech Staff 4: Echoes Staff 4: French Club President 3, 4: Science Club 3: Student Council Secre- tary 2: Class President 1: Class Vice-President 3: Gym Ex. 1, 2, 3: Nat'l Ath. Schol- astic Soc. 3, 4. Dick Goodman "The Adorable Age" 2: "The Secret Door" 3: Gym Exhibition 1. 2, 3: Boys' Glee Club 1, 2. 3: Mixed Chorus 2: Albla Players 2, 3: Screech Sluff 4: Echoes Staff 4: Science Club 2, 3: Xmas Cantata 2. Marljean Harris G. R. Vice Pres. 1: Girls' Glee Club 2: French Club nl, 4: Gym. Ex. 2. 3: 30.30 Pep Club 3, 4: "Just the Girl for Jimmy' 4. Marlon Hollingsworth G. A. A. 1. 2. 3: Christ. Inasz Cantata 1, 3: Gym Ex. ASM ,afqfg 66074, ,. ?1-5.,4,L.5.J , Qadlv-ofw . 'v'- !' I I' 647 ' ' 02.74-4-IKM-3,4,g mmwffci-ww zifgoff! Djmbmo Ci- f .Il Ag,,,...,0,f0.m,, GQQMADZL 77? I glfwv. W f f,j74,?Jwwv JR.,-ual Q4-v-U7'7cdlp'x'fj Q fW7A-Aw gjmlwyvm QW 'MM-11" Francis Hoyne Basketball 1, 2. 3: GIEG Club 1. 2. 3: Science Club 1.2 "Just the Girl For Jimmy' 4. Barbara Xaldenberg Jr. O. A. T. and O. G. A.: Sr. O. G. A. and O. A. T.: Girls' Glee Club 1. 3: "All At Sea" 3: Christmas Cun- lata 1. 2, 3. Robert Knight St. Patrir'k's H. S., George- llitVfl, Thelma L. Locke .Ir. 0. A. T.: Gym I-lx. l. 12. 1 lt: Choral Reading 1: G. R, i -. I-'runkletta McCoy .lr. O. A. T. and O. G. A-1 Seniors Bob Hughes Track 1, 2. 3, 4: Band LZ, .i, 4. Emil Kauzlarich Veronica LaMar Frenvh Club Fi: G. A. A. 3. ll, 4: G. R. LZ, 3: Colonial Ball Zi. Grace L. Long 2. lt. l: Gym Ex. 2: Activ- ty Club 4. George McCombs Sr. 0. A. T. and O. G. A-1 Boys' Glee Club 4: F. F. A. Girls' Glee Club 41 MUS1-Fill l'rutluctiun Staff 3: Christ- mas Cantata 2. 3. 4: 30140 Pep Club 4: Gym Ex. 2. -ii Choral Reading 2: Stag'-' Hami 4. Dorothy Mahon .lr. O. G. A. :incl O. A. T.: Sr. O. G. A. and O. A. T.: Screcch Stull' 4: G. A. A. 2: G. lt. 1, 2: Christmas Camin- tzi 2: Gym Ex. 1. 2. Il, -4: Cliorail Reading 1, 2: Colonial lliill 4: "Just the Girl for Jimmy" 4. -1: Track 3: Gym Ex. 3. Edward Major Football Manager 4: Basket- ball Manugt-1' 4: Football 1: Boys' Glcc Club 1, 13. Don lone: Football 2. 3, 4: Band 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 3: Hi-Y 3. Helen Kauzlartch Gym Ex. 1, 2, 3: Colonial Ball 3: Christmas Cantata 2. Bill Lee Marie Mclkninch Screech Staff 4: Echoes ST-aff 4: Jr. O. G. A. and 0. A. T.: Sr. O. G. A. and O. A. T'.: A Capella 3: "All At Sea" 5: Xmas Cantata 3: 30-30 PQP Club 3, 42 Gym EX. 1, 2. -13 Home Room Officer 3. 4: G. R. 1: Stage Hand 3. 4- Fred Mclnnes Screech Staff 4: Gym Ex. 1. 2. 3: Boys' Glee Club 2: 30-:in Pep Club 3, 4: Choral Read- ing 1. 2. Betty Mangle Glee Club 1: G. A. A. 3: Gym Ex. 1, 2, li: Choral .llleading 1, 2: 30-30 Pep Clulz Madaline Ionel G. R. 1: G. A. A. 1. 2. 3: Gym EX. 1, 2, 3. Clifford Kltngensmith Gym Ex. 2, 3: Track 3, -I: F. F. A. 4. Darlene Lingren .lr. O. A. T. and O. G. A.: hr. O. A. T. and O. G. A.: Gym Ex. 2, 3 Cloyd McCarty Screech Staff 4: Echoes Stair 3, 4: Student Council 2, 4: Class President 3: Football 1. 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4: Basket- ball 1, 2. 3, 4: Track 1. 3, 4: Boys' Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Pres. 4: A Capella 4: "All At Sea" 3: "The Secret Door" 3: Nat'l Ath. Scholastic Soc. 2, 3, 4: "Once In a Blue Moon" 4: "Just the Girl for Jimmy" fl: Albia Players 4: "Lil Abner" Frances McGilvrey G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4: "Just the Girl for Jimmy" 4: A Capella 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Student Council 3: G. R. 1: G. A. A, Treasurer 3: F. T. A. Secretary 3: Gym Ex. 1. 2, 3. 4: Home Room Officer 3: Xmas Cantata 1, 2. IS. 4: "All At Sea" 3: Mixed Oc- tet 4. Iohn Marlin Band 2, Zi, fl: Choral Rczul- ing 1, 2: Avtivity Club l, 12. li, 4. Wipmfffff 6? 41O5Zz41f3ZLA 4a, Yf QM! W wfsim 7m JJAQLL 030151311-I 1iM"94fci 034 M Qwnwiw 26-woe, aa! ,ybffzgadwf 71"?5"'5"'f"'9" 'JM5' Affw ,,5.!ff1fJ..24' M JW Corabelle Melton Cheerleader 4: "The Secret Door" 3: Piano Soloist 1, 2, 3: Class Vice Pres. 2: Band 3. 4: Girls' Glee Club 4: A Capella 4: Gym Ex. 1, 2, 3: Piano Accompanist 3, 4: G. R. 1: Choral Reading 1: "Just the Girl For Jimmy" 4: Albia Players 4. Betty Myers Girls' Glee Club l, 2: Gym Ex. 2, 3: Choral Reading 1. Madeline Prothero French Club 3, 4: G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 4: G. R. 1, 2: Gym Ex. 1. 2. 3: 30-30 Pep Club 3: Choral Reading 1. Tommy Richter Boys' Glee Club 2. 3: HLY 3, 4: Student Council 2: Gym Ex. 2: Track 2, 4: Football 0 Bert Seeley Activity Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Hi- Y 3 Inez Shehan G. R. 1: Gym Ex. 2: F. T. A. Treasurer 3, President 4. Seniors Iohn Molloy Harry Morgan F. F. A. 4: Hi-Y 3. 4: Ac- Football 1, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A. tivity Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Billielee Parrott Band 3, 4: Gym Ex. 2, 3 G. P.. 2. A Capella :sg Gi.-is' Glee Club 2, 3. Evelyn Rainer Activity Club 3, 4. Dale Robinson Basketball 1: Football 1. 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3: Track J, 2, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 41 "All At Sea" 3: Mixed Quartet 2, 3: Tenor Solo 3: Boys' Quartet 2, 3, 4: Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chor- us 1, 2, 3, 4: A Capella 1. 2, 3, 4: Mixed Octet fl: "Once In a Blue Moon" 4: Stage Hand 4. lack Seihert Boys' Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Xmas Cantata 2. 32 H1-Y 4? "All Ai. Sea" 32 Student Council 3. Donald Smith Secretary of l-li-Y 4: Band I. 2. 3: Stage Hand 4. 4: Boys' Glee Club, 2. 3, 4: Track 1, 2, il: Activities 2. 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2. 3. 4: "Once In a Blue Moon" 42 "Just the Girl For Jimmy" 4: Choral Reading 1, 2: Gym Ex. 2, 3: "All At Sea' 3. Emil Pesut lli-Y 3, -1: F. F, A. 4, Maryalice Kessler Niagara Falls, New ' York High School 1, 2: G. R. 3. -l: French Club 4. Norma Romp Glee club 1, 2, 3: Jr. 0- G- A. and O. A. T.: Sr. O. G. A. and 0. A. T: Gym Ex. 1. 2. 3: Sr. O. A. T. President: 30- 30 Pep Club 3, 4. Marjorie Selby Gym Ex. 2, 3: Xmas Can- tata 3. Hazel Smith Band 1. 2, 3.: Jr. O. G. A. and O. A. T.: Sr. 0. G. A. and 0. A. T: G. H. 1. Virginia Morgan A Capella 2. 3, 4: Mezzo So- DF3-H0 S010 2. 3. 41 "All At Sea." 3: "The Secret Door" 3: Spanish Club President 4: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Trio 2. 3: Mixed Quar- let 3. 4: Gym Ex. 1, 2. 3: Xmas Cantata 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4: 30-30 Pep Club 4: Macirigal 3: "Just the Girl FUT4-hmm!" 4: Albla Play- ers . Mary Powell "Just the Girl For Jimmy" 4: Band 2. 3. 4: Orchestra Q. 3, 4: Sax Solo 4: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4, President 3: Screech Staff 4: Science Club 3: A Capella 3: Stage Hand 3: G. R. 1: Choral Reading 1: Gym Ex. 1, 2, 3. Mary Hhoads G. R. 1. 2: G. A. A. 1. 2: Gym Ex. 1. 2. 3: Xmas Can- tata 2. Horace Schatiner Band 1, 2: Activity Club 1. 4. Dorothy Shaw G. R. 1, 2: Girls' Glee Club 2: Xmas Cantata 2. Bill SPED! F. F. A. 4: Activity Club 4: Gym Ex. 3. I aw eg,,,,4 fwwhw .449 zjpzzz 9' Q MW WWW QM, QAM-LLM xzzwvfdffwfio 9-prim! WMA GM! Zduf c . VLALQL me Kwan Z.,.,f45.9V14,aZ WW-A-Q6 gf 776W QM, UQKZM, fwymwzwzu QHMEWYWWJQM Jw JW? Ruth Spears Band 2, 3, 4: Jr. O. G. A. and O. A. T.: Sr. O. G. A. and O. A. T. Gym Ex. 2, 3: Xmas Cantata 4: G. R. 1. Jeanne Thompson F. T. A. 3, 4: Xmas Canta- Ea 3: G. A. A. 2: Gym Ex. Iohn Wcxsko Student Council 2. Kenneth Willetts Track 2: Gym Ex. 1, 2. 3: 30-30 Pep Club 3. 4: Stage Hand 4. Seniors Floyd Stocker Boys' Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: F. F. A. 4. Bill Tnzssell Football Manager 3: Basket- ball Manager 3: Gym Ex. 1, 2. Phil Wes! Boys' Glee Club 1, 2: Hi-Y 4: Screech Staff 4. Howard I.. Wilson Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 4: A Capella 2, 3. 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Clarinet Solo 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Quar- tet 2, 3, 4: Madrigal Group 3: "The Secret Door" 3: Hi- Y 3: Science Club 3: Screech Staff 4: Xmas Cantata 1, 2. 3, 4: "All At Sea" 3: "Once In a Blue Moon": Nat'l Ath. Scholastic Soc.: "Just the Girl For Jimmy" 4. Bette Woodcock "The Secret Door" 3: Band 1, 2, 3: "A1l At Sea" 32 A Capella 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Glee Club accompanist 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Gym Ex. 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club Secre- tary 4: "Once In a Blue Moon" 4: Xmas Cantata 2. 3, 4: 30-30 Pep Club 4: Stage Hand 4. , Betty Stuchel Glee Club 2, 3: Gym Ex 2, 3: Jr. O. A. T.: Sr. O. G.uA.: "All At Sea" 3: Xmas Can- tata 2, 3: 30-30 Pep Club 3. Anne Underatlon G. A. A. 4: 30-30 Pep Club 3: Gym Ex. 1, 2. 3. I-Hey wmuock lean Wilson President of Student Coun- cil 4: Echoes Staff 3. 4: Edi- tor 4: "The Secret Door" 3 Albia Players 3, 4: Class Of flcer 3: Choral Reading 1. 2 Stage Hand 2, 3: Xmas Can- tata Orator 3: "America in Revue" 3: Science Club 3: French Club 3, 4, Officer 3 screech staff 4: Hand Boolr Committee 3: "Just the Girl For Jimmy" 4. Lou Zarlng Band 2. 3. 4: Baritone Solo- ist 4. E. I. Sullivan I-Ii-Y 3, 47 A tl It 1, 2 3' 4 C V Y Club Albert Wasko nick wukm, Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Bass Soloist 3, 4: Track 1: Brass Sextet 3, 4: Or- chestra 3, 4: "Just the Girl for Jimmy" 4. CLASS MOTTO "Success is a journey, not a destination." CLASS FLOWER American Beauty Rose president Secretary-Treasurer ViCe-Pl'2Sid9l'lf Albert E. Holltngshead IEUMIG 1-GWB lim Hess Class President 4: Band 2, :L St-ree-vh Stuff 41 class Sw. Student Council 4: Class Vice 43 Boys' Quartet, 43 Mixed and Treus. 43 G. A. A. Vive' Pres. 42 BSSKUU-Nlll 1, 2. 3. Quartet 4: Boys' Glee Cluh Pres. Zi: Jr. O. A. T and U. -l: Golf 1. 2, IS. 4: Boys' Glet- 1, 2, 3: A Capella: Stage G. A,. Sr. U. A. T. Hmi U Llub 1. 2, 31 Fl'f:l'lCh Club Ii. Hand 4, ts. A4 Gym Ex. 1. 2. :zz rl: Fvutbull 1: Track 1. Xmas Fanlalin 22. 3, Class History Memories? History? -Yes, this class of 1942 has both. These students came to the high school building as sophomores as a result of the establishment of a three- year junior high school. Since that time their achievements have been numerous and varied. This class was well represented in scholarship, athletics, music, social activities. They worked and played with all the vim and vigor they had, putting forth every effort to do the job and do it well. This was all very fine indeed-in fact, it was almost expected of them, but there was yet to come a real testg on December 8 the cry of "WAR" resounded throughout our nation. "How will it affect our young people?" "How will they react to this emergen- cy?" people wondered. The students were on the spotefwhat could they do to help their country? It didn't take them long to recover from the shock and begin to show even the pessimists. They did everything possible to show their patriotism and their willingness to cooperate: conservation, rationing, spending allowances for defense stamps, fewer good times, and more to do---they took all these in their stride. When it came time to receive those diplomas, a little tearfully perhaps, they realized that now they had reached the peak of their capacity to help their country. Looking into the future it was easy to see that some of those who had played heroes in the class plays and on the athletic fields were destined to play that same role in real life. Yes, this class produced true American ctiizens just at the time they were needed and it will long be remembered for its ability to adapt itself to any situation in asensational way. Graduating Class, when this war is over and we have con- quered the enemy, always make use of this tremendous ability and never forget the high ideals taught you at Albia High School. Screedx IS'-HL -A RSF! X ' 1, 4 9 I 91,725-ujZL'Z 1' L P I. Y315 'N .- Q a '. . 4 YF' :S wma.: . ,I gn ,. ,ig aa? Q ' ,x as Q -. f E 3. A ' -. 1 Junior Class '- , - th : J Bell, Francis Bateman, Pete Denato John Anderson, Wayne Benson, Puuyainle? Asheixifngrue rlt'i:nicir?,mDEgnald Colwell, Herschel Carter. Third 'row: Miss DeKalb, sponsor, Mary Jane Cebuhar Veryle Bell, Margaret Ewers, Wanda Bettis, Lucille Decet, Elizabeth Cosnerghlketty - - - . er. C' l'll, W-neta Cline, Grace Clarke, Barbara Baux, Blanche Brooke. Second row' Eve yn es I lvllaltfgery Ligux. Carol Bay, Mary Catherine Diotte, Helen Bambacht, Betty Baayen, Jean Bettis, Donna Anderson, Marie Derby, Marion Clark, Marjorie Chidester, Laurene Cloyed. Picture No. 2--Fourth row: Helen Louise Hickenlooper, Jean Flynn, Bob McNeish, Delbert Love, Lloyd Hankins, Bill Murphy, Leo 1-later, DeWayne Johnson, Geraldine Larson, Helen Karpan. Third row: Mr. Mudd. sponsor, Charlene Graham. Patricia Gray, Geraldine McCarty, Madeline Flahive, Carol 1-lickenlooper. Irene Miller, Dorothea Main, Dorothea Huggins. Bernadine Kosman, Betty Murphy. See- ond row: Wilma Mertz. Nadine Myers, Winona Gailey, Fern Montgomery, Roberta Kletzman, Retha Lathrop. Dorothy Grayson, Helen Johnson, Betty McManus, Betty Gollaher. Louise Morgan. First row: Dwaine Mackey, .lack Keeton. Bob McGinnis, Keith Klyn, Carl Hughes, Curtis McC1asky, Robert I-lupton. Carl Gardner, Henry Fosenburg. Picture No. Il--Fourth row: Pauline Rogers. Lena ltobnett, Russell Peterson. Bob Stuehel, Dale Stewart, Paul Stocker, Jack Thompson, Kenneth Wasser, James Weatherstone, Clara Belle Scott. Betty Smith, Barbara Van Cleve. Third row: Miss Williams, sponsor, lla Whitlock, Betty Phillips, Mary Simonetto, Genevieve Rogers. Marjorie Shovlain. Betty Strain. Kuthern Yarkosky, Lois Shoemaker, Arlene Stew- art, Virginia Teilfnrd, Darlene Rockwell, Earlene Spencer. Junior Class History When xxe, the mighty class of 1943, started on our journey through the land of High School in that glorious Territory of Education, we were weak, for we had knowledge neither of Latin, nor of Algebra. We lacked those vital elements of literature, history, and geometry: therefore, our complexions more a trifle green. Our journey to he a long one was divided into four parts. We chose Russell Peterson to convey our jalopy over the rough road of the Province commonly called Lincoln, which made up the first por- tion of our travels. Suddenly we found ourselves in a strange new country, and when we consulted the bulletin board, we found that we were in that vast domain called A. H. Lloyd Morgan presided at the wheel, and we proc-eerletl upon our quest. We chugged through the ruts of mathematics, sped over the smooth stretches of assemblies, ploughed through the mud and drifts oi' biology. English and chemistry, occasionally get- ting "stuck" out always struggling free and continuing our journey. Betty Smith, who hitched on some- xi here about halt-way through this second lap oi' our journey, went to the National Music contest and brought home a new paint job for our faithful vehicle in the form of a Number 1 rating for her violin solo. We started upon the third lap ol' our journey with Bill Murphy in the driver's seat, and set out to explore that part of the country occupied by those people known a.s "Juniors." We were refreshed, for we had ieasted upon the fruit of learning, quenched our thirst at the fountain oi knowledge, and slept soundly for many lung hours in Study Hall. The many noteworthy individuals we had among us have given our fliver quite a bit of zip. Dick Bettis has proved to be a very energetic and zestful cheer leader and James Bell brought dignity to our ranks by becoming Drum Major, Our boys have proved to be very dependable in earning places among that honored group who bear the privilege of wearing an "A", Those oi' our number possessing theatrical ability produced a very successful class play. The Junior-Senior Banquet sent our jalopy zooming into the fourth and last part of our journey. Wi' ww D mg S 5. 'WELM 'AE is x , ': Q Q4 , gxughn Q-any ra B w ss W W, 5. gm -My-Ma 5? ww .-. 1 J ss a I ni gms wwf 53113 mfg - ea wmif sm ,ski Eric A in gm -H 5 1 J mu xx ss mx xx ,x Nw we my aim im Ss 'A WSJ? ,am ri"imf."nAw ssumz mm ., 1 ..v cr: -.A A me ,lx-, .my 40' '99- N. 4 -y ,ww A.. 4 'x A Q 4+ -gw 1.4-i' QM. his Q-an 4-. ff: f.. man Q-J 'Vi .- s. -gf ' 2 1 umm , 4 ,Anka 7 '34 mari? nz 1,38- Sophomore Class Fourth row: Joe Hollinrake, Bill Heyland, Bill Lewis, Gerald Love, Perry Jeffers, Robert Manley, Gilbert Haluska, John Hicks, Max Liggett. Third row: Frances Kauzlarich, Frances Love, Catherine Murfin, Irene Manley, Lucille Hammond, Helen Jennison, Al- ice Janssen, Mary McGinn, Charlene Johnston, Maxine Harris, Betty Kingery. Second row: Rose Harmon, Bonita Kitterman, Gracie Jones, Gwendolyn Lemaster, Darlene Maneor, Rita LaMar, Elinor Judge, Darlene Marlin, Ann Miletich, Edna Mellick, Wilma Lewis. First row: Matt Miletich, Forrest Klingensmith, Robert Johnson, Charles Mclnnes, Bob Miletich, Carl Larson, Donald Johnson, Albert Huggins. Fourth row: Robert Rowe, Richard Willetts, William Sullivan, Richard Scott, Phillip Rem- mark, Edward Thomas, Floyd Sutton, Lee Rogers. Third row: Mary Waters, Kath- ryn Rogers, Betty Rasmussen, Mary Ellen O'Brien, Patty Wilkin, Patsy Turner, Max- ine Shovlain, Jeanetta Smyser. Second row: Evelyn Thomas, Evelyn Stuchel, Lula Williams, Darlene Smith, Betty Rogers, Beth Samuel, Irene Sytsma, Elsie Repp. First row: Leslie Whitson, Tommy West, Rex Thompson, Paul Shelquist, Dwight White, Billy Phillips, Dale Williams. Those persons not in picture are: Robert Buck- ingham, Bill Felton, Evelyn Hartman, Kathryn Seibert, Eugene Stewart, Edna Wrat- ten, Francis Shovlain, Alice Tierney, and Daisy Mae Barnes. Fourth row: Evert Batley, Jerry Beadle, Enoch Allen, Loren Cooper, David Campbell, Jack Coady, Donald Baty, Bob Gollaher. Third row: Sarah Clair, Barbara Gray, Kath- ryn Gay, Jeanne Frye, Jean Coady, Betty Dorse, Joanne Brown, Barbara Cashmark, Rena Evans, Doris Besco. Second row: Lillian Comstock, Katherine DeBates, Beulah Dodge, Reva Finlinson. Louise Frazier, Barbara Brooke, Barbara Bates, Betty Ayers, Augusta Beadle. First row: Keith Derby, Ralph Downs, Eugene Blomgren, Harold Deskin, Eugene Gillaspie, Robert Gibson, Bill Engstrom, Calvin Crail. Sophomore Class History In September, 1941, one hundred twelve fresh- men entered into the Alhia senior high school, their first stepping stone in the halls of higher education. Some of the athletes who came over with this class have shown up brilliantly in their first year of higher competition. Other students are upholding the tra- dition of former sophomores in the classroom. The Vocational Shop Before the time of priorities and before the restrictions were placed on building, construction was started on the new vocational shop. This shop is the laboratory of the manual train- ing and vocational agriculture classes. The shop was dedicated by the president of the Board of Education, Mrs. Lizzie Alexan- der, at' the formal opening held Feb. 233 1942. This shop adds a great deal to the curriculum of the school and we are indeed proud of it. We wish to express our gratitude to the townspeople for providing this addition to the campus of A. H. S. l W? - p,.hgf,N VME n 11 H H Smfgzs H igs :: ,,,-,, ,, swam ' is S gain , E' V l 53:21- ' ' 1 .:. ., T 1+ if H ,3E?-,a- 4 .1 at ' if A ' ' J - 5, ,. , 1 f V Q W X ' ' 'sf K 's wg Hi H5 x f ' ' S 52, ff I' , 'Q fix -J 'ff -Q Q' -fe! S : : : : ff 'I MG A fx it : , .- 'Hfi ff fp. A . F5212 'f l Q .3 wif- ' 'I I- h '4plg'-ST , g-' 1 j X V i ' ' im. ,, 1 ff 1 If - 4 , .4-ag buHK'uv- N 1 -lm ,- 'C 0 I ...4 f - H 'A ' ', H8811 5 ', .1 'f.LQL.- A e- H "9gQ-41515. ks :wat 1 .. w-.1-Q ' me F. W A l I ,- V4- EE-.8 -iv' 1 - .:-.1.. 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Us BN :REBER B WE E H EN Eki' a ihf?i'1fllI E V 1g,',,,, 1 . X. fzlfff A53 33 , , Q E 3, J 3 as . H "-Wn- is-, Y :.:' .f 0 ' W J"'2 QQ. .si g-L ' A "t-H-f.---- H , if 5 38,37 :Q Q-Emi, . ,w 4 - fa M fm M, mn PU iw Ma 11 5 M. 1 '+- w 1 n 1 mi nm E . i B xx if fn ss dawg . wxp am. LIS Q ss 1, S 55 fm .' s sa A58 5 is-in fs , me is Q 35 1' - Q , e B '52 W B E M ,es ss I it 3' E gm 1 it it FOOTBALL SCHEDULES Sept. 13-Ottumwa 26, Albia 0 Sept, 18-Melcher O, Albia 26 Sept. 26TOskaloosa 12, Albia 0 Oct. 3-Newton 6, Albia 0 , Oct. 10-Knoxville 0, Aibia 6 Oct, 17-Centerville 6, Albia 13 Oct. 24-Bloomfield 6, Albia 20 Oct. 3-Chariton 7, Albia 26 Nov. 7-State Juvenile Home, Toledo O, Albia 14 Nov. 11-Fairfield 9, Albia 6 E is ss ia .laclc Patterson Pat, the Pater, and his boys had a successful season. Six wins and four defeats was the final tabula- tion. The boys worked hard and deserved every bit of praise sent their way. The brains behind the brawn, Jack Patterson, head coach of the Albia Blue Demons, deserves a great deal of the credit. Let it suffice to say that the Red and Blue of Albia High was never sullied by lack of spirit or unsportsmanlike play. Varsity Squad Back row: Mr. Hynd, ass't coach, D. Mackey, D. Robinson, J. Keeton, W. Christy, H. Wil- son, J. Wilson, M. Benson, Mr. Patterson, coach. Front row: J. Coughlin, L. Hard- , iuger, E. Thomas, B. Murphy, D. Jones, H. Morgan, D. Bettis, J. Beadle, R. Peterson, C. McCarty. w B 21' - Klutz' Ktgfovx a,cK 'koberf V Hr-nd' Befifs Uwe, vs-ci! Q ,. Q . --.- .- , ,ff Bmw NVE mfs . A ! sa- ,gms , Emma H 535595 563 A H 2 E as E A B mmf .."' , . E H E Q, 'ff ' ' '-:- I fi? V 9 If V ack MUSGM GV' ra' Jen? 'X w f 1 I . 1 w. ,- J. , :L ,gf if , Ta-QF km -nqbaf' ur . 'V ' r K ' -' mu' a w f ,1. n H37 4' I 1.2 4: P! 1 , af. mn mm a "'w:'. 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They' advanced to the District with high hopes but were de- ff-aled hy their age-old rivals of Centerville by the slim margin ol' two points, the score was 33-31. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Nov Nov -Hiteman 18, Albia 40 -Lovilia 11, Albia 36 Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb 6.- 16-Centerville 26, Albia 32 21-Knoxville 13, Albia 32 23-Bloomfield 20, Albia 46 27-Bloomfield 20, Albia 41 Charlton 23, Albia 39 Dec 5-Bioomrielgi 19, Albia 42 Feb -Meme' 27' Alma JG Dm, Melrose 27 Albia 17 Feb. 13-Osceola 14, Albia 50 '. . F Dec 12-Charlton 19, Albia 30 Feb' "'K"0XV"le 24' Alma 40 Feb. -Melrose 27, Albia 21 Dec. 16-Ottumwa 31, Albia 16 Tournament QSectionall Dec. --Centerville 20, Albia 29 ' , - - ' 1. fi' 18 Jan. sgosceola 18: Alma- 45 Mm" 7 Albia 60' Ol' 'a , .um Melcher symhia, 65 7""""'me"' 4D's""U ltlurclt 12 -Centerville 33, Albia lil 1 II! , 1 4 A X 11 1 Ii ' wr ,,,,..gs . n My H r I . 5 ,I H F- "hs M. his 1 15 " L2 ' ..: HH f 5 5 E .. iw -w . 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P FW: GOLF TEAM-Dick Flynn, captain, Jim Hess, Loren Haluska, Loren Hardinger. ,Y 4 45 V R ,A xy eb. Z RX: X I y VA Q xi e L L A I M I , 1- , Ar Me Q f ' Q 9 ,ws If M WX F5 x Q AXQI' ' N Wi 2 QL ff ff aww 55145, Jigga-2g -768 , 121- MUSIC Wir? 'iw -1 - " ' ' ' V15-E'l1'f' ,'--new 1, gt f-lf Q New 51:23:11 K I Fifth Fifth row: Cabovel Barbara Brooke, Rosemary Spencer. Blanche Brooke, Barbara Baux. Bonita Kitterman, Clifford Boldrini. Fourth row: Evelyn Chester, Wayne Willey, Dwaine Mackey, Melton Hollingshend, Albert E, Hollingshead, Mr. .Cook, director. Third row: Darlene Marlin, Phyllis Baird, Harriet Shaver, Lois Shoemaker., Florence Wallace, Mary Powell, Hal 'I-Iollingshead. Ray B,UCkl'idge, Carl Orr. Second row: Phyllis Bell, Bill Engstrom, Catherine Murphy, Eliot Weeber, Lou Zaring, Alvin Johnson, James Weatherstone, Helen Louise 1-liqlqenlogper, Robert Hupton. First row: Howard Wilson, Max Smith, Betty Smith, Geraldine Larson, James Kingg Martha Hess. row: qbelowy James Bell, Corabelle Melton, Virginia Morgan, Billlelee Parrott, Bette Geneva, Betty Gibb. Fourth row: Junior Grl M l mes, ere Illingworth, Barbara Kitterman, Jack Keeton, Bob McGinnis, Bobby Woodcock, Laurene Cloyd, Patty Wilkln. Third row: Dick Wilkin, Eileen Beckwith, Kenneth Dutemple, Carl Hughes, Ruth Spears, Carol Bay. Patsy Turner, John Marlin, Robert Hughes. Second row: Dale Robinson, Louise Morgan, Jack Jones, Ruth Manley, Kathryn Gay, Don Jones, Grace Clarke, Drue Dunkin. First row: Dorene Coons, Patricia Gray, Irene Sytsma, Marilyn Kester, Mary Olive Smith. Jean Flynn. Flag-bearers: Dean Lane, School Flag Bearer, Donald Wilcox, National Flag Bearer. Members absent: Bill Spinks, twirlerg Katherine Ann Selbert, Tenor Sax: and Cha-PICS EIUOL TFOMDOIIE- ' C1 . I A .. ? i - , - ' l ' P ' .e . Albiai High School Band The Albia, high school band is directed by Mr. Leland Cook. Theband spends an hour every morning playing the current classical, semi-classical, and popular music of the day. g Every year a concert is held, the proceeds of which help to buy new uniforms and instruments. Participation in the pre-state music contest held at Bloomfield resulted in nine first' divisions. 1 V WN.- . --wr? -J T X 'Fai' "'i7"'w. ,1 ,ff . .f' f z, I. f x ff X 1' 1 f I, 'X-1 A .src A:-iq. U-. me f nn Nj W ...as snow Boys' Glee Club l Third row: ffibovcl Bob McGinnis. Max Smith, Harry Morgan, Robert Connolly, Merle Claver, Dale Rob- inson. Second row: Betty Marie-Woodcock, accompanist, Ray Buckridge, Jack Kee-ton. R b o ert Hup- ton, Howard Wilson, Kenneth Hinton, Miss Graham, sponsor. First row: Wayne Christy, Herschel Carter, Jim Coughlin, Cloyd McCarty, John Anderson. Third row: fbelowl Barbara Brooke, Wilma Mertz, Frances McGilvery. 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A Capella Choir 1 In these times 1t.1s essential to 'maintain national and individual morale. This means that the responsibility of our school music is greater today than ever before. It must keep a song in the hearts and on the lips of our young people! The vocal de- partment, under the direction of Miss Marie Graham, is going to keep Albia students singing. C' PM as. Girls' Glee Club Third row: Barbara Brooke, Betty Baayen, Betty Dorse, Joanne Brown, Barbara Cash- mark, Carol Hickenlooper, Byrle Bates, Eileen Beckwith, Rena Evans. Second row: Roberta,Kietzman, Betty Gollaher, Helen Jennison, Carol Bay, Jean Bettis, Charlene Johnston, Elinor Judge, Donna Anderson, Mary Jane Cebuhar. First row: Patricia Gray. Louise Frazier, Alice Janssen, Barbara Bates, Evelyn Chester, Jean Flynn, Bette Geneva. Third row: Wilma Mertz, Frankietta McCoy, Corabelle Melton, Betty Smith, Beth Sam- uel, Gwendolyn Lemaster, Edna Mellick, Agnes O'Neill, Evelyn Thomas. Second row: Frances Love, Betty Strain, Catherine Murfin, Darlene Maneor, Virginia Mor- gan, Bette Marie Woodcock, Mary Ellen O'Brien, Patty Wilkin, Irene Manley. First row: Phyllis Stewart, Frances McGiIvery, Virginia Tedford, Louise Morgan, Miss Graham, sponsor, Rosemary Spencer, Melva Silsby, Irene Sytsma, QS 38 -QQ 've vs. 414 . ,, .-'s-'. '1,'Q.. 'Q .s . 'NNN ,- v -fM'u .1 1, 1 1 . 1 ', '- . , Q Q . u u . - v . . ' - Q , w - : L s M , N . .7 , I Ffh J -. 1 1 '52 I 1 . L' F I . Ms 'smfm '- L 4 f v '... ,,x3 A ..g. , .JK .. ,. www .a 5 . " -, Lmiir' r - ,? . , .Q A rw if Ahh 1 . 2 V j ww fx mf ,is A K as avi' l -a J V , 'lf' 'I w asm wa ss a mn nm W Emma Q -X a . Pacrieia Gray L Hi - Max Smith Jvan Flynn NI airy Prmwvll mn Us- E - L., mnassa V mL I 1 - - , - 111 ' ' KW? :ins f-1 7 11 .ms nm. , Sw 4 ,Q N 5 msd . EH BEER " 4488 H . i - . Wm xr? mfr nm :iw r. P1 250, W.-,5 . 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Second row: Geraldine Larson, Blanche Brooke, Barbara Baux, Mary Jane Cebuhar, Elizabeth Brown. Third row: Bob Stuchel, Mary Catherine DioU.e, Herschel Carter, Kathleen Blomgren, Robert Connelly. Putting The Paper To Press Back row--Beth Samuel, Barbara Cashmark, Perry Jeffers, Marie Mc'Aninch, Cloyrl MC- Carly, Helen Karpan, Tommy West. Mr. Corcler, sponsor. Front row---Mary Estella I'lll'kf'I'll0OIJCT, Joan Wilson, editor-in-c-hiel', Dick Flynn. H is H U 'g ,l K , ,,,,.,. . ' 'If .:J:.: D H :F 52 , 31 fm ' fl -X., H A 4. - MM W A Q' L l :.. E-4 V ":"i -5 -'5Wcm ' i ' " ' I B' m W I to mbovev Fourth row: .Iumcs Bell, Robert Casting, Phil Liggett. John Bernard, Dwight Clark, Lloyd Han- kins. Dewayne Johnson. Third row: Everett Bartley, Lawrence Bernard. lildred Estlack, Delbert Chid- ester. Norman Halley, Lawrence Amoss, James Corso. Second row: Clifford Klingensmith, Forrest Klingensmith. Donzild Calwell, .lack Coody, Carl Kietzman. Claire Long. First row: Keith Klyn, Bob Anderson, Kenneth :linton, Mr. Willson, sponsor, Donald Bettis. .lohn Decet. lllelowi Fourth row: Dale Williams, Emil Pesut. Paul Stocker, .lack Thompson, Delbert Love. Lee Rogers. Gerald Love. 'I'hird row: Paul Tedfc-rd, Curtis McCloskey. John Molloy, Dwight Stephens, Dwight White, Bill McGrath. Second row: Wayne Shoemaker, Floyd Stocker, Bill Spztur, William Sullivan. Donald Patton. George Mt-Combs. First row: Carl Orr, Eugene Stewart, Roy Scott, Kenneth Wasser, Bob McGinnis. Hurry Morgan. Future Farmers of Amercia Vocational agriculture was introduced into the Albia high school at the begin- ning of the 1941-42 school year. The F. F. A., is a national organization of farm boys who are enrolled in voca- tional agriculture classes. The Albia F. F. A. chapter received its charter December 23, 1941, and had a beginning membership of fifty. Some of the objectives of the F. F. A., are the development of leadership, thrift, improved agriculture, cooperation, service, patriotism, citizenship, character and recreation. ,ss.. .QF 'V f 40. 9-3 -5 --- -1--in . -..ro . W-.. H is M H . H nl , A. '!, 1 Q: . .I 1 W - , .. I s ' ' ,wg . - W - M. - si h . wait as ,H 5 M H M 'ai ss N is ., s Em is . rg it :1m"' sn :at ,Q H is Q E .V If m ia- 'W :Z H E - za gm all of ,E - ella , asa is French Club 'l'l1"l -ow: Ray' llucl-zririge. Jack Mabry, Loren Haluska, John Texele-, Pat Peterson, Dick nc i Flynn. .lint lloss. Set-onrl row: Davi-'l Grayson, Bob Hughes. Maxine Bonson, Max- ine Mvfiinnis. Lonore Johnson, Elizabeth Brown. First row: Miss Best, sponsor, .loan Wilson, Phyllis Us-ll, Marijean Harris, Madeline Prothero, Eileen Beckwith. Spanish Club Although the Spanish Club was organized only this year, it has been very ac- tive. Thx- ntoinlwrs havv sprint tltn-ir monthly meetings in getting hotter acquainted with the rlit't'0rf-nt phases of Spanish and Spanish-Amorivan life and c-ulture as well as in using the-ir knowlc-dge ol' Spanish in games and songs. At Christmas a Spanish cele- bration ol' this holiday was ht-lil. The climax of the year was the serving of a typical Spanish dinner. 'l'hirri row: Bc-lty Aycrs, Carol Bay, Mary Ellen O'FSi'iLrn, Audrey Hainline. Second row: Nr. Brown, honorary nninhvr. Mary Rose Waters, Jean Flynn, Margery Baux, Pat- sx' 'l'urxivr Miss Rc-st, sponsor. First row: Ms-lva Sllshy, Virginia Morgan lpresidentl, ' W Woodcock tsecre-tary-treasurerl, Bar- !-lnj: llutflii'idgv 4vic'e-pit-sifluittD, betty Marie. lmrsz Van tilt-vv. Lucy Wilson not present. n 43 ,asm it is as 1' V1 .Qs -5 mi tl .ans -my ,B-1-at-fist .-rs : ,Q am s Hmm H: s 5 1 s ts is Q s 4' Future Teachers Of America Third row: Phyllis Stewart, Pauline Rogers, Darlene Rockwell, Winona Gailey. Second row: Retha Lathrop, Marcella Stewart, Jeanne Thompson, Madeline Flahive, Miss Victor, sponsor. First row: Arlene Bettis, Virginia Baker, Wilma Mertz, Wanda Bettis, Helen Johnson. Inez Shehan not present. The Charles E. Miller Chapter was chartered in November, 1940, and affiliated with the National F. T. A. It was honored by bearing the name of a well-known fig- ure in national, state and municipal education who was one of the best friends of the Albia schools. The purposes are: to develop interest in the rural teaching profession, to give training in leadership, to prepare for membership in the state and national organiza- tions, and to afford teachers in training an opportunity to work together in a demo- cratic way. HI- Y Fourth row: Emil Pesut, John Bernard, Phil Liggett, Paul Stocker, Jack Seibert, Leroy Whitlock, Donald Bettis. Third row: Mr. Hellman, sponsor, Art Coughlin, Jack Coady, David Armiger. Edmond J. Sullivan, Philip West, Tommy Richter, Second row: Leo Derby. Loren Cooper, John Hicks, Chuck Elliott, Donald Colwell, Lloyd Hankins, Mzix Liggett. First row: Melbourne Smith, Lawrence Bernard, Norman Bartley, Floyd Stocker. Donald Smith, Dwight Stephens, John Molloy. sagem .- ...... - - .-.----e.g.-,. -11 are straw H EE is ra-m an vw ei .tm H i B ,. . f l M am , aussie sat asks at as Y sm i HB y H 1 iam wmv i B Lt. i w ig-is i aims ,V , jln li ss I In I ,s .H ' -at swwwiwssw Maeve sms 'ss mfg. Swfgjr Amd' .1 ..,?""r- '-rx YQ ni mans B an .u n in an 5,5 is Q i mn as ma mm m am ax Sw lm 'W will will G. A. A. First row--'Left to right: Bonita Kiiterman, Blanche Brooke, Eileen Beckwith, Geraldine Mr-Carly, Beth Samuel. Alice Janssen, Elinor Judge. Second row: Miss Phziris. spon- sor, Margery Baux, Be-ity Murphy, Madeline Prothero, Gwendolyn Lemaster, Evelyn Thomas, Darlene Maneor, Frances Love, Third row: Barbara: Brooke, Veroniru LaMar, Virginia Teriford. Roberta Kietzman, Madeline Flahive. Franc-es McGilvrey, Barbara Cashmark, Mary Powell. Fourth row: Anne Underation, Mary Ellen O'Brien, Joanne Brown, Betty Dorse, Kathryn Rogers, Betty Rasmussen, Kathryn Murfin, Jean Coady, Barbaia Baux. Rx 4 I. Q' '42 1. 5 11- ' gg, jaes Lfi, ,X ' . v 4 :tb .- vk. Y 1 Em F, V- , ms ll w ' we w'l"L7' '-'W 7' . yi vw Hnwwfaar 'www' , .rw na-ma -was '- -'r-. Vim QJ W F5 ll' nf? . , 5 . fi ""1 I-I .M - ,.. .L' ',-:- . igzgi' , ll .ijv - .,.' J -Y .- ' .Q ,"w.-J "ff-' fi Q Q- 3 f F , kr if . 5' .h 41, 5' V M ,. ' .wal ms ' I-xx na' 5 914 .- I 11' , ,gm2.J' 'Qld' 7 W -f, me bi, an mn ms 4 was ss sua ' n mv N ,Q-gmliiwfivg Q L Af fvlljt! ' . xx,-4' is ,L Sm mv, + S ii Aff' Q If-" I .. - .,. S-gg a 4 M" ' fi ' M3 -if .1 ri 4 L. QL 1 ., ' '45, , J .H M , 2 I V .- Q . 'R '13 , ' p fr ':' f 1.1 LL - , ,C f - ' u .' 5843? swf NSF H :Q - .iz B B E ,W BEE? gin HH? QE , H 4 nl as wswm H as , nexium as use sa 'amxixs A an R E s ws, ' BSR K1 sg ma W ' a ' n za ms 4 mm -4-1 F as 1 A x-xg may -as mi sa mmm an as ss a as W' an ss a my mmm ms an rm as Alu if x I Q 1 F. sts,-.115 g,.ri:25?sls:..-e,-,Q f X-... . --f L:-A,l-..S. if--Q45---...ff - its . , wi' me E px ' B st ,l 'i lll Student Council The governing body of Albia high school is known as the Student. Council. lt consists of an elected member from each home room. These representatives bring before the council items which are suggested by the 'tudent body. The council was established to let the student.s have a voice in govern' g them and bringing about a closer relationship between the students and the teachers. Mr. R. E. Foster, principal, is the advisor of the council. The officers are: President, Jean Wilson, Secretary-'I'reas- urer, Bonita Kitten-man. Some of the things on which the group has legislated are: pay assemblies, penalty for unexcused absences, locker inspection, etc. Rack row: Vl'ayne Willey, Cloyrl Mc-Carly, Perry Jeffers, Jim l-less. Front' row: Mr. Foster. sponsor, Augusta Hr-zirllc, Waneta Cline, Art Coughlin, Jean Wilson, president: Boni- ta Kitierrnan, sea-i'etai'yflrensurcrg Jacqur-line Anderson, Genevieve Rogers. Patsy Turner. Girl Reserves The Girl Reserve exists to serve others and to promote fellowship among the girls of our high school. The girls are given a chance to get better acquainted with each other at their regular meetings and at other functions. Included in these func- tions were the annual tea dance and banquet. Fourth row Lett to righl: lieth Samuel, Catherine Murfin, Elinor Judge, Jean Contly, Barbara Brooke, Darlene Maneor, Patty Wilkin, Barbara llaux, Betty Baayen, 'l'hirrl row -Left to right: Bc-tty Doi-se, Joanne Brown. Mary Ellen O'Brien, Barbara Cash- nxark, Rena Evans. l.c-na Rohnett, Betty Murphy, Miss Beinhauer, sponsor. Second row -l.t-ft to right: Frzrncbs Love, Patricia Gray, Betty Phillips. Mary Alice Ressler, Augusta BL-adle, Edna Mellick, Ann Ivliletich, Louise Morgan. First row-Left to right: lvlelva Silshy, lvlarcclla Shehan, Betty Gollahcr. Evelyn Stuchel, Retha Lath- rop, Roberta Kietznian. Virginia Tedford, Evelyn Thomas. Kathryn Ann Seibert not nresent. , ul. qv as E3 Q5 4-15. . -, w E 555515 K E Lk We ..., .5 Q Screech Sfaff Editor-in-Chief-Joe Cashmark Assistant Editor-Mary Powell Ass'f Business Mgr.-Dick Goodman Advisor-Mr. Corder Business Manager-Dick Flynn .-s..,, Photographer-Howard Wilson Typist-Jeanne Lewis Typist-Dorothy Mahon Advisor-Miss Petersen Artist-Frederick Mclnnes Artist-Eileen Beckwith T QP .-li. ' xr . v lx so-so Pep Club Fourth row: Albert E. Hollingshead, Loren Hardinger, James Bell, Kenneth Wasser, Bob Stuchel, Lou Zaring, Robert Rowe. Third row: Charles Mclnnes. Dwaine Mack- ey, Wayne Willey, Ralph Downs, Kenneth Willetts, Fred Mclnnes, Clifford Boldrini. Second row: Howard Wilson, Russell Peterson, Dick Goodman, Bob McGinnis, Bill Spinks, David Armiger, Ray Buckridge, Bill Lee. First row: Art Coughlin, Matt Mile- tich, .lack Seibert, Bill Lewis, Mr. Foster, sponsor, Rex Thompson, Bob Gollaher, Billy Phillips. g Fourth row: Frankietta McCoy, Marie McAninch, Mary Catherine Diotte, Betty Dorse, Jean Coady, Darlene Marlin, Patty Wilkin, Bette Marie Woodcock. Third row: Norma Romp, Betty Baayen, Darlene Maneor, Elinor Judge, Joanne Brown, Barbara Cash- mark, Rosemary Spencer. Second row: Margaret Ewers, Betty Mangle, Marijean Harris, Jean Flvnn. Kathleen Blomgren, Betty Smith, Marcella Shehan, Virginia Morgan. 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' ff Jrmmy Pa--Cloyd McCarty Belle-Dorothy Mahon Jimmy-Francis Hoyne Cynthia-Virginia Morgan Hallie-Frances McGi1very Ted-Harry Morgan Rhoda-Marijean Harris Ma-Jean Wilson Mary-Mary Powell Pa-Cloyd McCarty Belle-Dorothy Mahon Ma-Jean Wilson Paul-Howard Wilson Mary-Mary Powell Rhoda-Marijean Harris Jimmy-Francis Hoyne Cynthia-Virginia Morgan Billy-Kbnneth Hinton Kay-Corabelle Melton James Stafford-Dick Wilkin In C 1' ,L 2,1 4 An 5 Queen-Kathleen Blomgren King-Max Benson Q Robert Hupton Robert is the author of "Look On the Melting Snow" which was accepted by the National High School Poetry Association for entry in the 1942 Anthology. Loolc On The Melting Snow Look on the melting snowy Look on the moonlit skyg Comfort your wounded soul, Dry your tear-dimmed eye. For summer and sunshine are not far hence, Though yet they remain unseeng And the living sap in the tree is tense- Just waiting to spring into green! 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W- Q4 - ' 'ffl Hs 4 W E 1 Q "" H I E ' "LP 0,0 Mfzll -If yuh Qva-Ly and fxfflljm Buy 3,5 Lees -ss , am Girl Reserves Spring Banquet Junior Class Officers President-Bill Murphy Vice-President-Margaret Ewer Secretary-James Bell Treasurer-Bill Spinks Sophomore Class Officers President-Gilbert Haluska Vice-President-Wilma Lewis Secretary--Matt Miletich Tre asurer-Betty Dofse fu. I-nnul1unnvruwnn--uvnnnnrrrrn-rm:n-nnnnnnuu u:n:::nuu:n,n::!n::n. MacLuen Studio F Y Fine Port-raifs Commercial Photography Photo Hnishing '24 EAST SIDE OF SQUARE ALBIR, IOWA CLEANING PRESSING ,M QOPPOSITE. CLARK I-IOTELJ DYEING REPAIRING Bulova Elgin Gruen Watches Githen's Gem Shop WATCH REPAIRING Diamonds Jewelry To The Class of '42 -- I-Ieartiest Congratulations! We wish you every success, every happiness . . . we welcome you into the business activities of "Your Town and 0ur's."' The Staff and Management. it W Q Q M ini lllllIRu1'5'0'f" Alam -Wfilllllll i 12 12 FRED DUNKIN Service Station MOBIL Gas Oil Lubrication PHONE 365R HAWKEYE Lumber Company BUILDING MATERIALS Phone 94 Buy It of DRUGS - - - SUNDRIES Prescription Pharmacy Toilet Preparations Klodaks Films Soda Fountain Smith's Drug "REXALL" FULL LINE OF ACME QUALITY PAINT West Side Sq. Phone 8 Our Mechanics Will Keep 'Em Running Come In Regularly Albia Auto Company Ford Sales and Service Oliver Farm Machinery WILLIAMS CLOTHING CO. Outfitters of Young Men and Boys Exclusively Albia, Iowa -:...........................................-..-......::::-::::::::. . . LEVVIS FURNITURE Westinghouse Refrigerators Speed Queen Washers DEDICATED to the BOYS AND GIRLS AT THE FRONT I Remember those boys and girls . . . those ras- cals who used to swipe apples, break windows, slam doors, tear up lawns? Well, they won't annoy you any more. They're grown up and gone-gone to protect that sacred home of yours . . . to keep the heels of the Huns and the Japs from breaking our windows or destroying our lawns. THE HESS DRUG STCDRE JOHN H. HESS JOHN F. HESS Registered Pharmacists First Iowa State Bank ALBIA, IOWA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 955,000 Maximum Insurance For Each Depositor 1:5221Zifliliiiiiifiiiiiilll !!Z:::S1l!CZIII!1ZZZZ! 51221 52113115151Z!..............---unnu DELIGI-IT BRAND Pasteurized Milk, Cream Chocolate Milk Sweet Cream Butter ALBIA DAIRY 1 MOTHER'S KITCHEN Better Home-Cooked Meals L. L. SMITH PIANO MIKE'S BARBER SHOP COMPANY "Better Haircuts A Specialty' th R.fl?l2'f"'BfL2"iZsf mem East side of Square PARENZA Phillips 66 Grocery and Market Arch P. Graham Phone 487 303 E. Benton Albia, I STOVES RANGES Phone 100 Albia, Iowa PAINT SPORTING GOODS H ' nl, xl' Q , ,,.,- HE! xv' Y' C", I' "0 -Wi' A I X M C FALVEY L A FALX EY P J FALVEY FALVEY BROS. Tl-IE LUMBER MEN : A ...um-U-.uu....-n-.I5!Z2II!2I-.-I-2.-M.....--NIIZIIIHZZ CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF 1942 Albia Lighl: 6' A Railway Co. When Better Sandwiches Are Made We Will Make Them. COZY LUNCH Clell Smith. Prop. Smartly Styled DRESSES - COATS SUITS - BLOUSES Style - Quality - Fit Hummingbird Hosiery T E I T E L ' S Ready-to-Wear for the Whole Family Congratulations! HUGH W. LUNDY Attorney-at-Law Cramer Bldg. Klbiu. Iowa BERNSTElN'S FURNITURE Complete Home Furnishers Mohawk Woolen Rugs Gold Seal Congoleum Charter Oak Stoves 106 Benton Ave. East IZ.Z2122IIIC2111121221I1Il-111.11132-Z.....-H....--N..-.-SIC:-'II Compliments of THOMPSON HARDWARE Albia, Iowa Callan's Grocery D. L. Callan, Mgr. And Tate's Meat Market M. V. Tate, Mgr. PUR GEDN' S '.'5Ti"6 VF:-iff U7bre" S Just "Look In" and Let Us "Look Out" For You YOU ARE A WELCOME VISITOR AT THIS STORE GAMBLE STORES CORONADO Radios - Washers Refrigerators South Side Sq. Albia, To the Class of 1942- "BEST WISHES FOR THE FUTURE" ALBIA SALES COMPANY ' 1-1. c. rrrsnsou, c. D. cummu. Mgrs. Phones 23 and 565 When You See Me Don't Think of Life Insurance, BUT When You Think of LIFE INSURANCE, See Me! Albert Hollingshead Special Representative of New York Life Insurance Co. JOHNSON 8: BETTIS North on Highway 60 Goode Seed 8: Feed Co. Field, Grass and Garden Seeds Pioneer Hybrid Corn Feeds of All Kinds Albia, Iowa MARK W. DUCAN SINCLAIR SUPER SERVICE HEADQUARTERS STATION U For New and Used H-C Gasoline - Sinclair on Textbooks All K' d f h East of Post Office Qugpiie? 001 Phone 389 Phone 91 West Side Sq Raub Chevrolet Co. OK Used Cars - J. I. Case Farm Machinery Phone 72 203 So. Main St. Albia, Iowa mmm n B ss a a be mm- QQ Q A, Q ms F a X .ss 1 ss mn a H V .H " ,' '-L .319 ss ALBIA BAKERY BILL'S SHOE SHOP Keep 'Em Walking On Invisible All Kinds of Pastries and Cakes, Half Soles! Rolls and Ice Cream PHONE 156 SOUTH CLINTON STREET Two Doors South of Bakery best' wishes for the Class of I942 Iowa State Telephone Company b 'fOne for Each Member of the Classg Not a Telephone Number Bol1y's Food Market Fairway Fine Foods High Quality Meats Phone 3 East Side Square Compliments of Pat's Recreation Room MABRY 8z PABST Attorneys-at-Law First National Bank Building Shaw Battery Service Pontiac Service Grant Batteries Experts at General Repair Work Phone 286 117 So. Main St. CLARK BROS. Radio Shop A. B. Clark Russell Clark D. D. Clark 23 Benton Ave. West CEBUHAR BROS. FANCY GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS JACK SPRAT Fooo STORE Phone 106 Albia, Io ALBIA SUPPLY STORES Quality Groceries and Meats Store No. 1 West Side Sq. Store No. 2 South Side Sq. Phones 331 and 334 Phone 190 FREE DELIVERY BLACKSTONE CAFE Tasty Foods "Tis the SMART Place to Eat" North Side Square G. H. EWERS 81 CO. Hosiery and Shoes of All Kinds South Side Square W3 E. C. SLOAN 8: CO. Abstracts - Real Estate Insurance Albia, Iowa NOBBY, DUCKY and TED'S STATION D-X Gasoline and Oil Phone 760 It's the Way You Look to People Is the Way People Look at You! We Have That Professional Touch Wilson's Barber Shop South of Clark Hotel Valentine's Beauty Salon Razor Haircutting Permanent Hairstyling Valentine Cernich Phone 35W Sherman's Grocery Fancy Groceries and Fresh and Cured Meats We Deliver Phone 43 WOLTER IMPLEMENT CO. Phone 6 Albia, Iowa McCormick-Deering Tractors and Farm Machinery International Trucks H U M E S T O N ' S Furniture Funeral Directors Rugs - Linoleums Stoves Ambulance Service Everything Electrical Radio and Refrigeration Paints - Wiring and Supplies POLING ELECTRIC COMPANY JAY WILKINSON, Propf Northwest Corner Square PETERS SHOES For All the Family Weather-Bird Gift Stamps for Valuable Free Gifts With Every Purchase The Leather Is There In Every Pair Tall Corn Shoe Store D. E. Wynes 6' Company Phone Loans and Insurance New and Used Cars Townsend Building 290W Albi a, Iowa Say It With Flowers R I C H E Y Floral Company Flowers for All Occasions 512 North Third St. PHONE 194 South Side Square Albia, Ia. 3 Iowa Title 8: Securities Law offices of Company Abstracts - Insurance John E. Miner Loans and Real Estate PHONE I7 Townsend Bldg. v Alhia PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK "It Pays to Pay By Check" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation South Side Bank Albia, Iowa v w 'Q :iss .mv Q Ji 1 0 J s -41 E H i'if'.BT 3 AFG1 , " 4 ,,, 3, ' rf-' pn , ' -1 1c...4.1"a gy:-1 J. 5 ' iv. 3 www ss E ss a mum m n zz H a 4,-0 Oh Alef 0 was fplca E -6 4513-'E -F: 111160,-,I 71' ah! is if E B ss 1 X Q ' ss 'zum X U W Q E , H X h Am... H mn ss f Y -. Wir . I ss ff H f H gs ww mm I ff B539 M - ? Q , , ,1,nm-f.-Hhs Q gs F? H H 4 J - .. N ' 113g.,:,.B? W 5 E si - Wifi A 81 P MEAT DEPT. Fresh Meat and Fish Ted Weinrich, Mgr. .nun....-...-.....-un--,-.....-N....-.Z--.nn ' f Ur, la S 'Owen Qovmg For Ready-to-Wear and Clothing DALIN CAFE YOUR BEST PLACE TO EAT A 8z P FOOD STORE Where Economy Rules M. Ferguson, Mgr. ..-....--InI.2-llI...2.ZI!IZSIZIIIIZISEIZIIIZZZU.. HOYNE Insurance "SERVICE AND RELIABILITY" Our Motto EVA'S BEAUTY SHOP East Side Square Phone 470 Clark Hotel DR. G. A. HANNUM Optometrist EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED East Side of Square EWART'S Ice Cream Store Try Our New Fountain Service Home Made Ice Cream Malted Milks a Specialty South of A Sz P Store JHIIIIffllfnlfllilfliilllll1232212221:IIZIZIIHIIZIILIIITI.. NEIL For the Ladies- Shoes and Ready-to-Wear RALPH N. EWERS For the Men- Shoes and Furnishings STANLEY L. MOODY Attorney-at-Law ALBIA :-: IOWA Albia Monument Co. Designers and Builders J. Logan Cain, Prop. N. W. Corner Sq. CREAMERY CO. BRAWDY'S For Medicine Fountain Kodaks and Service Films Phone 150 We Deliver .A c Planer cg ,N "The Home of Values" Albia Bowling Alley "Bowl For Fun - For Health" A- in q, L, 411352 'f. ff, . A.. ' 'n7?Tf'T5I2lQi l ATT ,, ?'Z7 3 Q Mavic Anil .Speak fffmlff ,Id Pmnouzuvaxan sy wmsnmo man saw wnmmoo, ron ' 15.. 1 ff., 1 1 .11 ,H .1 1 -1 1 '1 ' , . ,171 1 .' 1 'A 1 1 . 1 . lf' 1 , 1-1! A .11 v ". '1 Q ,1 1 5 . 1 1-1 f . ,1 1 . 1 - 1 1 11 . , , 1 1. ' 1 ' 1 I , Az' 4 .11 A 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 --. 1 1 1 " , . 9...L . 1. , 1 1 1.1, .1 1 . 1 1 ' ' 1, 1 1 , . , ' 1 R 1 1 1 , 1 , 1 X , 1 , 1


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