Algona High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Algona, IA)
- Class of 1954
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Stillman: Standing left to right: D. S. Hutchison, Perry M.
These education minded citizens of our community, the members of the school
board, help to plan the policies of our school system. They bring the opinions of the
community into the picture of our education, and are constantly striving for the
betterment of our school life. To these sincere workers, we give our thanks.
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tain 3,4: Football 1,23 Wrestling
1,2,3Q Baseball 1,23 Projector Oper-
Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus
233,43 Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,43
Frosh-Soph. Play Crew 1,23 Annual
Staff 43 Junior Class Play Crew 33
Senior Class Play Crew 43 Madrigal
2g Modernaires 3.
Intramurals 1,2,3,43 G. A. A. 1,23
Mixed Chorus 3,43 Girls Glee Club
1,2,3,43 Annual Staff 4g Junior Class
Play Crew 33 Senior Class Play
Crew 43 F. H. A. 43 F. B. L. A. 3,43
L'Allegro 3,43 Fresh-Soph. Play
Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Football 4g
Track 3,43 Annual Staff 43 Wres-
tling 3,43 F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 F.F.A.
Intramurals 1,2,3,43 G.A, A. 1,23
Marching Band l,2,3,43 Concert
Band l,2,3,4: Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43
Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Freshman-
Sophomore Play 1,21 Annual Staff
43 Junior Class Play 33 Accompan-
ist 2,3,43 Conference Play Crew 33
Madrigals 2: Modernaires 2,31 Girls
Sextet 33 L'Allegro l,2,3,43 Soloist
43 Pep Band 43 Debate 3.
Intramurals 2,3,43 G.A.A. 3,43 Girls
Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Freshman-Sophm
more Play Crew 1,21 Annual Staff
43 Senior Class Play Crew 43 Li-
brarian 1,2,3,43 F. H. A. 4.
Marching Band 2,3,43 Concert Band
1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 43 Annual
Staff 43 Camera Club 43 French
Club 33 Wrestling 1,43 Boys Chorus
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2,3,43 F. F. A. 2,3,43 F. F. A. Oflicer
Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Intramural Cap-
tain 2,33 C. A. A. 1,2,3,43 Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3,43 Girls Glee Club
I,2,3,4Q Freshman-Sophomore Play
Crew 2g Student Council 2,43 An-
nual Stafl 43 Junior Class Play 33
Senior Class Play 43 One-Act Play
33 F. H. A. 43 F. B. L. A. 3,43 Mod-
ernaires 33 Cheerleading 1,2,3,43
Homecoming Queen 4g G. A. A.
Oflicer 3,43 F. B. L. A. Ofiicer 4.
Art Club 2,3,43 French Club 3,43
F. F. A. 1,2,3,43 Projector Operator
Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Intramural Cap-
tain 1,33 C. A. A. 1,2,3,43 Play Crew
13 Girls Clee Club 1,23 Annual
Stall 43 F. B. L. A. 3,43 Fresh-Soph.
Crew 13 Cheerleading 1,23 Home-
coming Queen Candidate 43 F.B.L.A.
Wrestling 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus
3,43 Boys Chorus 3,41 Golf and
Tennis 33 F. F. A. 2,3,43 Intramurals
Basketball 1,2,3,43 Football 1,2,3,43
Student Council 43 Student Council
Oflicer 43 Annual Staff 43 Baseball
1,2,3,43 Class Officer 1,2,3,4.
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball
l,2,33 Track 13 Annual Staff 43
Art Club 43 Golf 3g Tennis 3.
Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus
3,42 Annual Staff 4g Senior Class
Play Crew 43 Boys Chorus 2,3,43
Home Room Officer 2,33 Fresh-
Soph. Play Crew 23 Speech Festival
23 Extemporaneous Speaking 23
Golf 43 Tennis 4g Debate 2,3,43
Class Oflicer 4.
Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus
1,23 Play Crew 13 Football 1,2,3,43
Track 1,2,3,43 Wrestling 1,2,3,4Q
Boys Chorus 1.
Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus
2,33 Basketball 13 Football 4g
Track 1,23 Student Council 23 An-
nual Staff 43 Junior Class Play 33
Wrestling 33 Boys Chorus 2,33
Home Room Officer 1,2,33 Class
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Librarian 4g F. H. A. 43 F. H. A.
Intramurals l,2,3,4g Intramural Cap-
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Wrestling I,2,3,4g F. F. A. 1,2,3,4.
Intramurals l,2,3,4: Football 2,3,4:
Travk l,2,3,4: Wrestling l,2,3,4.
Intramurals 3g Mixed Chorus 3,43
Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Annual
Staff 43 Librarian 2,3,4g F. H. A. 4g
F. H. A. OHicer 4g Librarian Officer
3,41 Modernaires 3.
Intramurals 1,2.3,4g Play Crew 4:
Football 1,2,3,4g Trac-k 1,34 Annual
Staff 43 Senior Class Play Crew 4:
F. F. A. l,2,3,4: F. F. A. Oflicer 4g
Projector Operator 2,3,4.
Intramurals I,3,4: Mixed Chorus
2,3,4g Basketball lg Annual Staff 4:
Art Club l,2g Boys Chorus 2,3:
Home Room Ofhrer 2: Modernaires
33 Class Ofhcer 35 Boy's Quartet 3.
Marching Band 1,2.3,4: Concert
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Student Counvil 1,2,3.4: Annual
Stall' 4: Junior Class Play Crew 3:
Torvh and Gavel 2g Frenvh Club 3:
Boys Chorus l,2,3,4: Madrigals 2:
Modernaires 2,3: Soloist 3.4: Swing
Band 3,43 Pep Band I,2,4: Jubilee
Singers I,2,3: Fresh-Soph. Play
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Girls Glee Club 1,2,3g Annual Staff
4g Senior Class Play Crew 4g Li-
Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Girls Glee Club
1,23 Play Crew 2g Annual Staff 4g
Librarian 4g F. B. L. A. 3,4.
Intramurals 1,2,3g Mixed Chorus lg
Freshman-Sophomore Play lg Track
1,2,3g Wrestling 1,2g F. F. A. 2,3,4.
Intramurals l,2,3,4g Girls Glee Club
1,2,3g Annual Stall 45 Junior Class
Play Crew 33 Senior Class Play
Crew 43 Librarian 4g F. H. A. 4-g
F. B. L. A. 3,4-.
Intramurals 1,2,4g Girls Glee Club
1,2,3,4g Play Crew 2g Annual Staff
43 Junior Class Play Crew 33 Sen-
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Intramurals l,2,3,4g G. A. A. l,2,3g
Marching Band l,2,3,4g Concert
Iland l,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4g
Girls Glee Club I,2,3,4g Annual
Stall' 4g Junior Class Play Crew 34
Junior Class Play 3g Senior Class
Play 43 Torch and Gavel 2.3,-44
One-Act Play 33 Fresh-Soph. Play
Crew 2: Woodwind Ensemble 3:
l"lute Quartet 43 Interpretative
Reading 2,33 Radio Speaking 4.
Intramurals l,2,3,4g G. A. A. 1,2,3,4g
Marching Band 1,2,3,4: Concert
Band 12.3.43 Girls Glee Club 1,2,3g
One-Act Play Crew 3: Annual Staff
43 Junior Class Play 33 Senior Class
Play 4: Torch and Gavel 3,43 Home
Room Olliver 3: One-Act Play 4-g
Librarian I.2,3: Pep Band 43 Fresh-
Soph Play Crew 23 Debate 4: In-
terpretative Reading 1.3.
Intramurals I,2,3,4g Annual Staff 43
Junior Class Play 3.
Intramurals 1,2,3g Annual Staff 4g
Senior Class Play 45 Conference
Play 4: One-Act Play 43 F. F. A.
l,2,3,4: Speech Festival 4: F. F. A.
Officer 35 Extemporaneous Speaking
Belmonrl High School 1,2,3g Annual
Staff 43 Intramurals 4g F. H. A.
Officer 4g Homecoming Queen Can-
didate 4g F. B. L.A. Oilicer 4.
Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Intramural Cap-
tain 3g Mixed Chorus 1,23 Football
I,2,3,4: Student Council lg AnnuaI
Staff 4: Wrestling 1,2,3,4g Boys Cho-
1,2: Baseball 1,2.
Intramurals 1,2,3,43 G. A. A. I,2,3Q
Marching Band 1,2,3,43 Concert
I,2,3,4Q Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43 Girls
Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Annual Staff 43
Junior Class Play 33 Senior Class
Play 4g Accompanist 3g Madrigals
2g F. H. A. Officer 43 F. B. L. A.
3,4Q Modernaires 2,33 L'Allegro
2,3,43 Pep Band 1,2,3,4Q Class Oiii-
cer 43 Homecoming Queen Candi-
Intramurals 1,22 Intramural Captain
13 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,43 Girls Glee
Club 1,2,3,43 Home Room Officer 13
Intramurals I,2,3,4Q G. A. A. 1,2,33
Marching Band 1,2,3,43 Concert
Band 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43
Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Freshman-
Sophomore Play Crew 13 Annual
Staff 4g Senior Class Play 43 Mad-
rigals 13 Modernaires 1,2,33 Girls
Sextet 23 L'Allegro 2,3,43 Soloist
2,3,43 Girls Quartet 33 Pep Band
Intramurals 1,2,33 Intramural Cap-
tain l3 Mixed Chorus 43 Football
1,2,3,43 Wrestling 33 Boys Chorus
43 Golf 43 Tennis 43 Basketball
Intramurals 2,33 G.A.A. 1,22 March-
ing Band 1,2,3,43 Concert Band
1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43 Girls
Glee Club I,2,3,4j Freshman-Sophm
more Play 23 Annual Staff 43 ,lun-
ior Class Play 33 Senior Class Play
Crew 43 Conference Play 33 Accom-
panist 3,43 One-Act Play 3g Madri-
gals 23 Modernaires 2,32 L'Allegro
2,3,43 Pep Band 3,41 Cheerleading
23 Debate 33 Interpretative Reading
Intramurals l,2,3,43 G. A. A. l,2,3,43
Girls Glee Club 3g Annual Staff 43
Junior Class Play Crew 43 Senior
Class Play Crew 43 Home Room
Oflicer 23 F. H. A. 43 F. H. A. Officer
43 F. B. L. A. 43 Freshman-Sopho-
more Play Crew I,2Q F. B. L. A.
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Glee Club 2g Junior Class Play 33
Home Room Officer 2.
Titonka High School 1,23 Intramur-
als 3,43 G. A. A. 43 Girls Glee Club
3: Play Crew 33 Senior Class Play
Crew 43 F. B. L. A. 4g Tennis 3,43
Sports Queen 4.
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Mixed Chorus 33 Girls Glee Club
1,23 Annual Staff 43 Senior Class
Play Crew 43 Librarian 3,43 F.B.L.A.
3,43 Modernaires 3.
Football 2,43 Wrestling 43 Track
1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43 Boys
Chorus 1,2,3,43 Marching Band
1,2,3,43 Concert Band 1,2,3,43 Cam-
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Chorus 3,43 Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,43
Annual Staif 43 Senior Class Play
4g Home Room Officer 3,43 Pep
St. Benedict 13 Girls Glee Club 2,33
F. B. L. A. 3,4.
Intramurals l,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus
2,33 Freshman-Sophomore Play 23
Football 1,33 Student Council 2,3,43
Annual Staff 43 Student Council
Olhcer 43 Junior Class Play 33 Con-
ference Play 33 Wrestling 13 Boys
Chorus 2,32 One-Act Play 33 Base-
ball 1,23 Jubilee Singers 33 Class
Intramurals 132,33 Intramural Cap-
tain I3 Basketball I,2,3,41 Football
l,2,33 Annual Staff 43 Baseball
Intramurals I,2,33 F. H. A. 4
F. B. L. A. 3. .
Intramurals 1,2,33 Intramural Cap-
tain 2,33 G. A. A. 1,2,3,43 Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3,43 Girls Glee Club
1,2,3,42 Student Council 23 Annual
Stafi 43 Junior Class Play Crew 33
Senior Class Play Crew 43 Librarian
1,2,33 Modernaires 2,33 L'Allegro
2,3,43 Conference Play Crew 33
Fresh-Soph Play Crew 1,23 G. A. A.
Officer 43 Sports Queen Candidate 4.
Intramurals 1,2,3,42 Girls Glee Club
l,2,3,43 Annual Staff 4g F. H. A. 4g
F. B. L. A. 3.
St. Benedict 13 Intramurals 3,43
Girls Glee Club 2,33 Annual Staff
43 F. B. L. A. 3,43 F. B. L. A. Oiiicer
Intramurals 1,2,3,43 G. A. A. 1,23 Intramurals 23 G.A.A. 2,33 Girls
Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Intramural Cap-
tain 1,2,43 Annual Staff 43 ,lunior
Class Play 33 Senior Class Play 43
Wrestling 3,43 Golf 3g Tennis 3.
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more Play 1,23 Basketball 13 Foot-
ball 43 Track 3,43 Student Council
33 Annual Staff 43 Camera Club 13
Junior Class Play 33 Senior Class
Play 43 Boys Chorus 1,2,3,43 Swing
Band 1,2,3,43 Modernaires 2,33 Pep
Band 1,2,3,43 Jubilee Singers 2.
Academy 1,23 Intramurals 3,43 In-
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Annual Staff 43 Senior Class Play 4.
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Concert Band 3,4: Mixed Chorus 3:
Junior Class Play 3: Boys Chorus
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temporaneous Speaking 4: Projector
Operator 1,2,3,4: Debate 4: Boys
Intramurals l,2,3,4: G. A. A. 1,2,3,4:
Marching Band 1,2,3,4g Concert
Band l,2,3,4: Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4:
Girls Glee Club l,2,3,4: Freshman-
Sophomore Play 1,2: Student Coun-
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Play 3: Senior Class Play 4: Moder-
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4: Sports Queen Candidate 4.
Pictured above are Jackie Vanderwall, Paulline Lenz, Kirk Hayes and Bill Dewel who
discuss with Mr. Laing some of the complicated aspects of school reorganization.
School reorganization has finally become a reality. It has taken countless hours
of planning and has thrown a considerable i'extra" burden on Superintendent Laing.
But the hours of hard work for the many people involved have paid rich dividends.
It is another advance in the long historical march to make education truly demo-
cratic and provide equal opportunity for all.
Color photo work courtesy of Nels
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The Class of '55 is present in lull force, so letis take a look-msec for outstanding
members. First oil, class ollicers: Joe Troutmant, Nidas Dermand. Don Cook, and
Donna Powers. 'l'his hrings to mind the lact that Joe is president of hoth local and
state student council.
The cheerleaders are fewer in number with Kay Brayton, Karen Downey and
suhstitute Carol 'l'hompson. 'llhs-y're plenty peppy and hack our numerous memhers
out for sports. Among the memhers out for sports are Larry Christensen, Nidas
Dermand. llon Cook. Jim llalhraith. Hill lfain. and Jack Amon.
Sports talk reminds us of footlmall season and our year to run the refreshment
stand. We will all rememher the work. hut also that it was well worth the effort.
A class project under Mr. DelVlouth,s guidance was a paper called 4'Bulldog
Tales," editors Pete Langmack and Nidas Dermand. A glance at the front page shows
that Betty Peirce won the local "I Speak for Democracyu contest. Flipping the pages
we find Adel Herlmst. Cleone Crawford. Kay Brayton, Shirley Lowman, and Carol
Thornpson are planning to do a pantomime at the Speech Festival.
Volleyhall champs again- 'the 11-2's. and tennis pros HCookie" and Jackie. Bev
Hovey is the archery enthusiast.
Wlifi likes to heckle the teachers by finding their mistakes? None other than
We arc well represented in all activities, but especially in the music field. Music-
ians are liuthie Shierk. Jean Capesius. Paula Schmidt. Evelyn McKim, Phil Anderson.
AI Christiansen. Chuck Taylor. and Darrell Steven.
After our quick look around and with plans for next year we will the sophomore
class a Prom for '55. a key to the concession stand, and a worn out popcorn machine.
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Algona to go to West Bend
Her vibrant personality to Shag Cook
School to join her husband
His bulging biceps to Morris Harbour
Her friendly disposition to future classes
Her talented fingers to Phalanges Hutchins
School to get married
His subtle humor to R. L. Stevenson
His chest to Vern Risner
Her accent to "you all"
His shyness to Joe "Vinka', Downey
Her crown to future gracious sovereigns
His glasses to weak eyes McGoo
His backslappin' ability to Nidas Dermand
His white bucks to a coal miner
His philosophical saying to "Red" Davis
His artistic ability to those who doodle in class
His wrestling practice to go fishing
Her homemaking ability to Ma Perkins
His vaulting ability to the inmates of Sing Sing
Her wardrobe to Queen Elizabeth
His nickname to the camera club
Acres of movie film to a carrier pigeon
His driving antics to Jimmy Lynch
His vocal range to Yma Sumac
His hair-do to Chuck Taylor
Her stature to Janice Meine
Her share of Hudson motors to the Queen of Holland
School to go with F. B. Adams
Her placid expression to King Tut
All Democrats to the salt mines of Siberia
School to those who wish to learn
Her energetic Charleston to Dr. Scanlan's patients
Harley as a chaperon for brother Joe
His smile to Liberace
Her earrings to Carmen Miranda
His hearse to a funeral home
Her "Inner Willy" scratch to anyone with fieaa
Her High C to a Jews Harp Tuner
School to play her organ
Her commercial ability to Gregg and Rand
His field strategy to Gen. Ridgeway
Algona to go to Burt
His steady, serene driving to future debate teams
School to buy some more cigars
His wrestling shoes to Argentine Roca
Her dimple to a baby
The room to scrape his shoes
Her face to Mona Lisa
School to pop popcorn
Her last name to the Iowa State Bank
The darkroom to go to class
Her athletic ability to Doug Meyers
School at last
Government to the Republicans
His stories to the Legion of Decency
Her tolerant attitude to the underclassmen
School to her Joy
Alice to Freckles
Her good sportsmanship to Donna Powers
The Plantation to go to Little Africa
Her flashlight to Otto
Her last name to Wheaties
The space he occupies to Pete Langmack
Her red hair to Rhonda Fleming
His lie detector to Earl Legler
His blinding speed to Stan Hansen
At noon to do his chores
His nickname to a wrestler
His debating ability to a parrot
To post no bills
His Hash bulbs to Dave Phillips
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The class of 1954- as a whole leaves the faculty giving a sigh of relief. We leave such dramatic presentations
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Oflicers, Left to Right: Secretary and Treasurer, Doug Meyerg President, Cheryl VanderWaal:
Vice President, Bill Nloxley.
In the Sophomore Class, we find such athletes as Bill Moxley and Bill Champion
representing us on the gridiron, basketballers Don Hutchins, Doug Meyer, and Rodney
Kickbushg "grunt and groan men" Don Hansen and Marvin Simpson, and Loren
Nelson, "C-eniusv Helmers, and Bob Harms our "barons of the basepathsf'
Backing the boys are peppy cheerleaders Barb Bourne on the Varsity and Marilyn
Meyer, Sandra Hutchins, and Marcia Cowan on the MB-Squad."
Musicians Carl Mc-Bride. Bob Harms. Karen Shirley, ,lim Etherington, and many
others represent this class in vocal and instrumental groups.
Don't overlook Eugene Durant, boy prophet, our successor to Old Man Mose
and his apprentice Drew Pearson. ,
Debators Dave Phillips and Dick Vipond and thespians Perry St. John and Bob
.lensen are the Sophomore representatives in those activities.
Instead of the liliis, our class has the 3V's, straight A students VanderWaal,
Vipond, and Voigt.
Finally coming into their glory the Sophs won the Spirit Cup this year, as class
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Front row, left to right: Donn Hutchins, Bill Moxley, Doug Meyer, Sheridan Strayer, Darrel Steven, Dave Devine, Bob
Lampright, Don Cook, Jerry Parking, Ron Gerber, Bill Fain, Don Elbert, Joe Funk, Coach Guzowski. Back row: Champ
Martin, Ron Zittritsch, Bob Jensen, Frank Kern, Terry McGuire, Wayne Meyer, Calvin Tschetter, Duane Hanson, Wendell
Christiansen, Harley Troutman, Charles Bjustrom, Larry Obrecht, Jack Amon, Mike Streit.
Algona 6 .......... Emmetsburg 0
Algona 7 ........ Webster City 20
Algona 24- .......... Eagle Grove 7
Algona 33 ..... ..... H umboldt 0
Algona 44- ............ Clear Lake 14-
Algona 13 ..... .......... C larion 6
Algona 0 ............ Iowa Falls 18
Algona 25 ..... ...... H umboldt 0
Coach Tony Guzowski pulled a few surprises this year as his triumphant band
of Bulldogs rolled up a snappy 7-2 record which even the most optimistic observer
would have been relcutant to concede as the season opened. But the irrepressible club
shone like a diamond in the rough as they notched a firm second in conference play.
But for unfortunate injuries the club would have nicked hulking Iowa Falls but the
fates were not as kind as they might have been.
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After a fast start, flve yards.
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in the stands. tissue is seen swaying in
the wind. and bright convertibles carry-
ing pretty girls are seen searing dust
from the racetrack. you know a football
queen is to be crowned on this home-
Except for the juniors, unsold cof-
fee. everything went fine on this clear
Uetolser night. from the crowning of the
queen to the victorious football game.
Jane llc-arehs. Algonais pretty queen
reeeiwd her eorsage with a kiss from
Chuek Bjustrom in the middle of a
tempers-tossed gridiron victory over
Clarion, 13-6. The class of '54, as usual,
took first place in the float contest. aided
by their float-winning idea man and the
whole eo-operative Class.
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I'ronl row: .lim Cullrraith, Doug Meyer. Larry Christensen, Pete Langmack, .lack Amon. Donn Hutchins. Back row: Bob King,
lluu- lla-xinc. llurrolml Simmons, Don Cook, Nidas Dermand, Bill Fain, Coach Cuzowski.
Algonais potent sophomore crew
gave promise of being the Titans of
North Iowa. Although the rangy.
sharpshooting youngsters could ill
afford the loss of nifty Dave Devine
from their midst. they never the less
gave promise of being a sky rocket
outfit. Pictured here are some of next
year's squad members and Coach
King as they visit with the University
of Iowa's successful young coach,
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First row: Roger Hansen, Marvin Simpson, Maynard Dearsch, Bob Lampright, Jerry Parkins,
Charles Bjustrom, Harley Troutman, Duane Hansen, Wendell Christiansen, Joe Funk. Second row:
Maurice Harbour, Don Schaap, Harold Bjustrom, Jim Etherington, Terry Cook, Joe Troutman,
Cal Tschetter, Ken Potter, Russ Hansen. Third row: Gordon Braun, Larry Johnson, ,lim Ostrum,
Davis, ,lohn Moxley, Ed Carney, Larry Kueck, Henry Seiler. Back row: Coach Martin, Gary Webb,
Duane Kueck, Bill Rich, ,lack Norman, Phil Schneider, Rochleau.
Algona 14 ...................... Mason City
Algona 18 .................................. Britt
Algona 10 ....... ................ C larion
Algona 26 ........ Blue Earth
Algona 19 ....... .............. 0 sage
Algona 31 ....... ........ H artley
Algona 29 ....... .... H ampton
Algona 27 ....... ...... I owa Falls
Algona 26 ....... ........ F ort Dodge
Algona 31 ....... ........ E agle Grove
Algona 28 .....,. ........ C a'rroll
This year, as usual, Coach Martin sent to the mat a formidable array of scrappers which thrilled crowds with
their mat antics and copped an impressive array of victories. Five of the lads went to the state tournament and
made excellent showings. Many of the boys will be back next year to harry any brave foes that may come along.
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At the stzitv wrt-stling tonrnnmvnt in Mason
City this yvar. Algzona was again rvprvsvnted by a
f0I'lTtitil1iTit' array of riiggt-ci voritvmivrs. From lt-ft
to right. first row: It-rry Parkins. Bott Lanipright.
Charlvs Hjustrorn: svmnd row: Cozivh Martin. Joi'
Funk. Kvn Pottvr.
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Tschetter and under study. Behind-but not far.
After the warm up, the main event. For ailing knees, tons of tape.
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Front row: Bill Fain, Dave Devine, Loren Nelson, Larry Christensen, Don Cook, Doug Meyer, Jim
Galbraith, Darrold Simmons, Donn Hutchins, Bob Harms. Second row: Coach King, Rorhleau,
Olsen, Christoflers. Dave Kohl, Bob Jensen, Eulan Sehuller, Ted Finley, Bob Slobe, Kueck, Eugene
Algona 15 .............. Humboldt 3
Algona 5 Eagle Grove 1
Algona 8 .................. Clarion 4
Algona 11 ...................... Burt 2
Algona 13 .............. Swea City 1
Algona 2 ................ Rodman 0
Algona 0 .............. Humboldt 8
Algona 8 ....... ........ B ritt 6
Algona 0 ....... .... C larion 3
Algona 4 ....... ...... B ancroft 19
Coach Bob King again sent to the field another of his perennial baseball powers which smashed ten straight
opponents before they fell before Humboldt. Larry Christensen and Bill Fain were the front line pitchers and
the receiving chores fell to Doug Meyer and Donn Hutchins. With a decent break the Bulldogs could have gone
a long way but the warm weather pitching stall ran into trouble on a cold and blustery day at Bancroft. Jim
Galbraith, Dave Devine, Bob Harms and Loren Nelson rounded out the infield. Don Cook, Darrold Simmons and
Cf-ne Helms-rs worked in the outfield. Simmons and Devine were the only seniors lost from a fancy club that
would become even more stylish next year.
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On a close play, safe at home. On the third swing, a well-hit ball.
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Front row: Jim Ostrum, Jerry Downey, Darrel Steven, Harley Troutman, Ronnie Ditswortll. Second
row: Ronnie Zittritsvh, Davis. Hoclileau, Robert llardy, Dick Sliipler, Don Moore, Bill Rich,
Maurice Harbour. Third row: Coach Martin, llarold Bjustrom. Ron Gerber, Sheridan Strayer,
Larry fJlbl't'l'llI, Rod Kicklrush, Joe lfunk, ,lae Givens, Fred Strahorn, Dave Yeoman.
In the Hrst quadrangular meet of the season it was Eagle Grove 51, Algona 50, Humboldt 48, Webster City
47. Algona Hnished ninth in the Pocahontas Relays. In the Clarion triangular, Algona finished just behind Clarion.
ln the Forest City triangular, it was Algona scoring 57 points behind Forest City's 64.
At the Cherokee lim-lays. one of the top meets in the state, Algona finished second. In the district meet,
Algona hnishvd fifth and qualihed four men for state berths. In the state meet, paced by the great work of
Gerber and Funk, the Bulldogs netted a total of seven points, placing in both the pole vault and broad jump.
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High in the sky
The tennis team, organized
under Coach Tony Cuzowski's super-
vision, participated in four meets this
season, winning half of their efforts.
Chuck Steil, Cal Tschetter, Bill Dewel,
and Don Elbert composed the team
that smashed Clear Lake twice, 4-0
and 4-0 but fell before Spencer 3-1
Golf And Tennis
The golf team had a successful
season winning four meets, losing
one, and tying one. They also copped
a third place in the district meet at
Fort Dodge and Mason City. Nidas
Dermand, Alvin Christiansen, Pete
Langmack, Flip Miller, and Dave
Bunting were the leading golfers that
turned back such fine foes as Spencer,
Clear Lake, and Humboldt.
The Conquering heroes, the 123's. Left to right: Sheridan Strayer,
Mike Striet, Bob Palmer, Chuck Steil, Jack Scobba, and Cal
The intramural season was climaxed this year with
the traditional faculty-senior basketball game. The high-
flying seniors, after storming through to the champion-
ship, defeated the stubborn band of puffy pedagogs 31-26.
Fight to the finish!
Hold it, John! Bill Dewel and John
Easy does it as the champs score again.
I03's are our talented champs this year. Left to
Right: Sandra Shumway, Marilyn Seiler, Sue
Sprague, ,Io Ann Warmhier, Joan Urch, and
Sharon Strayer. Second row: Mr. Ross, Cheryl
VanderWaal, Virginia Simons, Darlene Ramus,
Mary Teeter, and Karen Shirley.
The Amon angle: two points.
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Left to right: Barb, Karon, Jane, Kay.
Our 1954 'SAW squad cheerleaders were Barb Bourne, a sophomoreg Kay Brayton, a juniorg Jane Dearchs,
a senior, and the only new member, Karen Downey, a junior. Carol Thompson filled in as alternate. These girls
had plenty of pep and enthusiasm. They kept the crowd behind the team by keeping spirits high in defeat as well
as vietory. With the Bulldogs hopes built high, the teams roared on to many victories.
Along with the line of NAU squad there were the HBN band of Cheerleaders made up of six girls. Sandra
Hutchins, Marcia Cowan, Marilyn Meyer, Maribel Kain, Sharon Powers, Darlene Skogstrom, put their whole
hearts out for the "Bw team.
Sandra, Marcia, Marilyn. Maribel, Sharon, Darlene.
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Left to Right, First Row: Eunice Cade, Karen Shirley, Edith Christiansen, Barbara Bourne. Second
Row: Kay Brayton, Alvin Christiansen, Mimi Wright, Shirley Maxwell, Jim Bunkofske, Connie
Priebe, Janice Klooster. Third Row: Pauline Lenz, Nick Clark, Jackie VanderWaal, Sheridan
Strayer, David Bunting, Sandra Shumway, La 'ry Hutzell, Bolmby Richardson. Fourth Row: Wendell
Steven, Helen Kulhman, Marilyn Palmer, Phyllis Metzen, Bonnie Lou Elliot, Carl McBride,
Elaine Montgomery. Fifth Row: Don Schaap, Vernon Reisner, Kirk Hayes, Calvin Tschetter.
The 1954- concert band of Algona High School completed an unusually successful
season. After losing most of its first chair players they still very capably presented an
outstanding winter concert which included several difficult numbers. Everyone enjoyed
the spring concert commemorating Algona's Centennial which brought back memories
of another generation. They played music beginning with the very earliest songs of
America down through the modern "pop" tunes.
Left to Right, First Row: Cheryl VanderWaa1, Ailene Quaday, Joy Hutzell, Julie Bourne. Second
Row: Beverly James, David Hutchins, Marilyn Richardson, Howard Funk, Alan Selichnow, Junior
Cook. Third Row: Ted Trunnelle, Carole Ann Hayes, Darlene Skogstrom, Lois Riebhoff, Phil Ander-
son. Fourth Row: Larry Wicks, Jim Etherington, David Yeoman, Loren Thompson, Jim Cowan,
Janie Lewis, David Richardson, Charles Taylor. Fifth Row: Elaine Branson, Sandra Hutchins, Ka-
ren Kuchenreuther, Karen Downey, Betsy McConnell, Cleone Crawford, Kathy Dermand, Mr. Custer.
ln addition to attending the conference band festival at Clear Lake the band
journeyed to Humboldt to play a short concert for the Humboldt student body.
ln the spring the band enjoyed the Annual Band Banquet sponsored by the
The concert band season ended at Commencement, where they played the tradi-
tional uPomp and Cireumstancev and a few other numbers.
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l.:-fl to lligllt. first rms: Kay llrziyton, .
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lluntingg. Szimlrzi Sliuinwuy, 'llc-xl 'llllHlllf'llQ'. Carol llayes, Lois Ric-lvlmfl. lliil :K ml
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llon Svlizizip, Kirk llayf-s. ffulvin ,liSl'lll'tlfC'l', Betsy Mvfionnell, Karvn KllI'llPIlI'f'llIlll'l', Clvmic' Crawford.
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llrurn lfnse-inlulv. lx-ft to Right: Kam-n K1i4'livrii'e'11ll1f'r. Samlra l'llll.C'lllll9.
Knrvn llownvy, llvtsy Mvfforine-ll, lllvonc- ffrawfnrfl. Elaine- Branson.
Come on, Cal, we all want to know.
1 Strike up the band!
Ready to strut, girls? Can't you find it, Bunny?
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x4'l'fYlIllllilllINl Mlvl llvrhst. lf'lI to right: lfirst row: lxlilTl'lllfl0N1lIl, ,laiiiw Nl1'y'L'r, Kutliryn llutr'hins. Sliaron Struyvr. liurrii
nh-3. llurlvmf 5lui,1sll'1ull, Sliirh-y Nluuwll. Mary Short-, llurlraru Bourne-, Sillllllill lfluood. Sm-oml row: ,loan 'Xlzfxumlz'r. .lulin
llourm-. Aluriui- lliuslioin. lfliriin-v llzulv. l'ut Simons. Lois liivllhoflx Dorothy Ilugg, lim-lmm fiwifvl. Donna l'oxwrs. Kathy
IM-rniaunl. ,luwltiv Xuiulvr Wiul lhlrfl
rom: ,lZlIlH' l,e-wis, Marilyn lllcyf-r. Llwryl Nzuulvr Vvzull. Nuulru llutrhins, l,t'0llL1I'll ll1lllSt'll,
lohn Xloxlv-x. Nlzuxin llmin-lis Vilxin 'lst-lit-ttvr, 'lorry lllc-Cilirv, Womlc-ll Stowri. ilurl fXl4'lli'i1l1'. Fourth Row: l.urry Ulm-4-lit.
Iii-mlaivi Ninn-i, lhm- Hvonmn. Bill Nloxlvy, Hill ll:-wi-I, lflip lllillor. ,lurk Muon. ,lim llunkofslw, liolwrt llzuwly. Umm' l'hillips.
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Wore you vw-r in tha' high svhool ahout l2:11-0? If so.
you would have- svvn the- mixvd vhorus kids dashing to prartic-0
as thc-y finished thvir lunvh. hoping to got through the door
before Mr. Carvvr lockvd it. lfvvn though it took a lot of cflfort
to got the-rv on time-. thv kids we-rv still onthusiastim' ahout
practiving, cspc-cially' whvn it II1l'Z1Ill a few minutes out of their
Our thru' K'0IlI'l'I'lS. as in other yoars, wvrv a hig SIICFCSS
this yf-ar, with suc-h songs as 'Youth Pacifvf' HI Bclivcf' g'No
Man is an lslandf' and "Tl1c D4-sort Song.
W0 also voopc-rats-fl in an vxvliaiigi- c-onu-rt with Humboldt.
and our usual music fn-stivul. ht-ld ut W'c-hslvr City this yi-ur.
As in othvr yours. wc- ws-rv invited to sing at tht- Charity Ball.
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Left to Right, First row: Jane Dearchs, Connie Priebe, Ruth Shierk, Paula Schmidt, Karen Kuchenreuther, Karen Downey, Pat
Etherington. Second row: Pauline Lenz, Joy Hutzell, Lillian McAdams, Jerry Kae Voight, Judy Simmons. Third row: Bob Jensen,
Evelyn McKim, Beverly Hovey, Pat Farris, Gwen Egle, Nancy Amon, Jeanie Capesius. Fourth row: Jim Etherington, Alan
Selichnow, Darrell Steven, Ted Hansen, Kirk Hayes, Truman Shackelford, Eugene Lieh.
Our thanks go to Mr. Carver, our new
and capable director, who kept control of
his temper, even when Pauline came in
late. Good luck, Mr. Carver and the chorus
of 1954-555 we know you'll have a success-
Waiting for curtain time.
Left to right: Front row: Julia Bourne, Drusilla Opheim, Marcia Cowan, Lynette Rutledge, Glen-Dora Patton, Delores
Eisenbarth, Betty Peirce, Jane Reid, Kathy Dermand, Sharon Powers, Marilyn Palmer, Janice Meine, Marvel Hansen,
Donna llansen, Judy Cowan, Adel Herbst, Mary Shore, Karen Downey, Pat Estherington. Second row: Kathryn
Hutchins, Janice Meyer, Myrna Jennings, Judy Reiken, Delores Thompson, Sharon Strayer, Lois Riebhoff, Dorothy
Hagg, Karen Shirley, Darlene Skogstrom, Barbara Bourne, Maribel Kain, Ruth Shierk, Carol Godfredson, Joy
Hutzell, Jane Dearchs, Paula Schmidt, Karen Kruchenreuther. Third row: Eunice Gade, Janice Bjustrom, Joan
Alexander, Shirley Sorenson, Joan Urch, Jo Ann Warmbier, Beverly Gerber, Donna Eisenbarth, Nancy Kain,
Patricia Van Allen, Connie Priebe, Marilyn Dreesman, Claudette Seely, Eleanore Sparks, Judy Simmons, Jeanne
Capesius. Fourth row: Shirley Lowman, Irene Opheim, Jane Lewis, Marilyn Meyer, Carolyn Drone, Cheryl Vander
Waal, Sandra Hutchins, Sue Sprague, Virginia Simons, Pauline Lenz. Jackie Vander Waal, Evelyn McKim, Cleone
Crawford, Patricia Ferris, Beverly Hovey, Gwen Egel, Beverly James. Jeri Kae Voigt, Darlene Seiler, Nancy Amon.
Girls' Glee Clubs
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The Mixed Chorus is off to the
Left to right: First row: Don Hansen, Marvin Dearchs, John Moxley, Bill Dewel, Calvin Tschetter, Wendell Steven, Glen Strayer,
,lim Etherington, Bob Jensen, Darrell Steven, Carl McBride, Truman Shackelford, Eugene Lieb. Second row: Larry Obrect,
Sheridan Strayer, David Yeoman, Philip Miller, Bill Moxley, Jack Amon, Jim Bunkofske, Terry McGuire, Robert Hardy, Dave
Phillips, Alvin Selichnow, Ted Hansen, Kirk Hayes.
Boy S uartet
Kirk Hayes, Calvin Tschelter, Carl McBride, Larry Obrecht, Julia Bourne, accompianist.
Darlene Skogstrom, Accompianist. Left to right: Adel Herbst, Shirley Maxwell, Mary Shore,
Barbara Bourne, Julie Bourne, Joan Alexander, Jane Lewis, Sandra Hutchins, Ruth Shierk, Evelyn
McKim, Pauline Lenz, Jackie Vander Waal, Nancy Amon, Judy Simmons, Jeanne Capesius, Jeri
Julie Bourne and Kirk Hayes have
now become well known for their duets.
Julie's clear soprano tone blends well
with Kirk's rich tenor voice. With
Shirley Maxwell accompaining them,
they have sung such songs as "Will
You Remember" and "The Desert
Song." The entire community has been
charmed by their singing, and will miss
them next year.
A newcomer this year is contralto Nancy
Amon. Although she is only a sophomore,
her voice shows unusual talent. "Still Vie
Die Nacht" was her selection for the Spring
concert. The seniors were honored to have
Nancy sing "My Heart Sings" at the Senior
Janie Lewis, a senior and a
third year soloist, again proved that
she could go far with her music.
Her lovely soprano voice was heard
in several selections this year, in-
cluding "Lullay my Jesu," and 'The
Senior Kirk Hayes, a tenor, has touched
the hearts of the people with his wonderful
voice. This is his second year as a soloist
and he sang such songs as "0 Holy Night,"
and "The Desert Song." Kirk also sang in
duets and was first tenor in the Boy's Quartet.
First tenor Darold Stevens has honored
us with "You'll Never Walk Alone," and
"Comfort Ye My People." He has done solo
work for two years, and will be hack to help
us out next year.
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Left to Right, First Row: Connie Drone, Jane Dearchs, Adel Herbst, Don Cook. Second Row:
Kay Brayton, Donna Powers, Darlene Skogstrom, Jackie Vander Waal, Cheryl Vander Waal,
Marilyn Seiler. Third Row: Nancy Kain, Marilyn Dreesman, ,lean Kuecker, Kirk Hayes, Dave
Devine, Jack Scohha, jerry Downey, .loe Troutman. Fourth Row: Mr. Ross, Bill Moxley, Nidas
We made- Chirstmas merry for others: Left to Right,
,lane Deurchs, Donna Powers, Adel Herhst.
We are your servants, high school classes of
1953-54. We strive to keep our student body bub-
bling with activity.
We initiated the yearis activities with the
annual homecoming celebration. With your help,
we supported one of the uadoptedn families at
Christmas time, and gave to the muscular dystrophy
Proudly we boost of prexy Joe, state student
council president. Mr. Ross, our advisor, does well
at keeping his nose out of council business when
heis not needed, and keeping us on the legal path
when he is needed. Although it sometimes takes
Jackie a while to find her materials, we hail her as
an efhcient secretary-and sister Cheryl is her
Perhaps by this time you will have heard the
Algona High School victory bell peal forth to the
townspeople our athletic victories. This bell is the
gift from our council to our beloved Algona High
Left to Right, Front Row: Dave Phillips, Phillips, Philip Miller, Bill Dewel, Calvin Tschetter,
Jackie Vander Waal, Janice Klooster. Back Row: Joy Hutzell, Mr. Palmer, Karen Shirley, Dick
Speech and Debate
The A squad debators plan an attack. Left to Right, Bill Dewel, Mr. Palmer
The h'5h School debate team' Jackie Vander Waal. Jan Klooster, Calvin Tschetter.
riddled by inexperience, came through
with another fine season as a result oi
the fine coaching of Mr. Palmer. The
team consisted of Jan Klooster, first
affirmativeg Jackie Vander Waal, second
affirmativeg Bill Dewel, first negativeg
and Calvin Tschetter, second negative.
They gained experience in an early meet
at Estherville and then went on to
establish fine records at such rugged
tournaments as Custafus Adolphus and
Coe. In February they barely missed
qualifying for the State Tourney. Shirley
Maxwell, an interprative reader, re-
ceived ar: excellent rating at the Coe
Contest and Karen Shirley received a
Superior at Buena Vista as a sophomore.
Also participating in forensic activ-
ities were Flip Miller, Dave Phillips,
Dick Vipond, Cheryl Vander Waal and
Left to right: First row: Judy Cowan, Glen-Dora Patton, Marilyn Seiler, Judy Reiken, Sandra Elwood, Miss Jansen, Dorothy
Cade, Judy Sorenson, Betty Ringsdorf, Jane Dearchs, Marilyn Jasperson. Second row: Edith Christiansen, Maribel Kain, Delores
Eisenbarth, Marcia Cowan, Marilyn Palmer, Kathy Dermand, Darlene Skogstrom, Kathryn Hutchins, Betty Peirce, Karen
Kuchenreuther, Paula Schmidt, Shirley Lowman. Third row: Judy Dahlhauser, Virginia Simons, Nancy Kain, Joan Urch, Connie
Drone, Pat Ferris, Pat Van Allen, Bev James, Bev Hovey, Sue Sprague, Cheryl Vander Waal, Sandra Hutchins, Karen Shirley.
Fourth row: Nancy Amon, Barb Bourne, Janice Klooster, Sharon Ringsdorf, Judy Simmons, Barb Zweifel, Alice Patton, Donna
Ramus, Joyce Miller, Shirley Sorenson, Marlene Cade.
C. A. A. is the largest girls' organizaiton in the school. Interest in athletics and
sportsmanship is the main striving point of G.A.A.
The first activity on the agenda for the year was the initiation of the Freshmen
and their new sponsor, Miss Jansen. Some of the other projects which were under-
taken were: sending four girls to state G. A. A. camp, sponsorship of Girls Intramurals,
and the annual spring picnic.
G. A. A. is sponsored by Miss Jansen who was a wonderful help to the President,
Jane Dearchsg Vice President, Karen Kuchenreutherg Secretary, Judy Simmons and
Treasurer, Betty Peirce.
The G. A.A. had avery successful year and they wish next year's G. A. A. the
best of luck.
F. F. A.
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Left to right, Front row: Don Schaap, Ron Harlan, Ed Breosder, Fred Erickson, Allen Humphrey,
Ronald Rochleau, Harley Troutman, Dennis Olson. Second row: Wendell Christensen, Dick
Kuecker, Kenneth Potter, Ronald Gerber, Larry Kueck, Eulan Schuller, Gerald Hagan. Third
row: Larry Wyatt, Marvin Dearchs, Chuck Bjustrom, James Klemm, Joe Dorweiler, Cordon Braun,
Duane Kueck, Larry Hudson. Fourth row. Richard Rocleau, Jerry Ferstl, Arlen Benschotter, Harold
Bosworth, Carol Brown, David Erickson, Richard Yowman, Richard Schmidt, Mr. Defrit.
F. F. A. is the largest boy's organizaiton in the school. Its program trains boys of today to he tomorrowis
agriculture leaders. The training for this leadership is done through the freshman creed, public speaking and ex-
temporaneous speaking contests. Another phase of this training is through the knowledge of parliamentary
This year's freshman creed speaker was Richard Schmidt, the public speaker was Larry Kueck, and the
extemporaneous speaker was Dick Kuecker. The parliamentary procedure team was made up of five boys-
Chuck Bjustrom, Ron Harlan, Ron Gerber, Joe Troutman, Harold Bosworth. This is the first time in the history
of our Chapter when all the participants won first in their contest.
The third annual F. F. A. Banquet was the main event on this yearis calendar.
We are advised by the hand of Mr. Sefrit, with the officers, President, Chuck Bjustromg Vice-President, Joe
Troutmang Secretary, Harold Bosworthg Treasurer, Ron Harlan, Reporter, Wendell Christenseng Sergeant-at
Arms, Harley Troutman.
Prexy Chuck was Master of Ceremonies at the F. F. A. A demonstration of parliamentary procedure at a
Banquet. school assembly.
Left to Right. Front Row: Kathryn Hutchins, Dorothy Cade, Marlene Cade, David Yeoman, Calvin
Tschetter. Second Row: Shirley Lowman, Judy Dalhauser, Sue Sprague, Edward Carney, Vernon
Christolfers, David Phillips.
Left to Right, Front Row: Robert Harms, Eugene
Helmers, Calvin Tschetter, Donald Hansen. Second
Row: David Phillips, Edward Carney, Jay Givens,
Tom Zweifel, Jim Ostrum, David Yeoman.
Left to right, Front row: Donna Mae Hansen, Sandra Elwood, Luanna Alt, Paula Schmidt, Donna
Powers, Dorothy Hagg, Sharon Decker. Second Row: Miss Torkelson, Edith Christiansen, Rose
Ann Rieh, Judy Dahlhauser, Shirley Holdren, Sue' Sprague, Janice Markla, Avis Finnley, Marjorie
This yearls library staff was composed of a group of 15 very capable and efficient girls under the
leadership of Miss Torkelsen, lt is all in a day,s work for these girls to keep more than 3,000 books in there
rightful plaees and in good repair. lt is not uncommon in any study hall period to see girls digging down in a
pile of old National Ceographics or balancing themselves precariously atop a stack of encyclopedias to find
materials we students need. But to this faitful crew we can do nothing but pay our fines and our tribute to the
Pictured from front to lmavkz First row: Sue Sprague, Carol Godfreson, Rose
Dangelser, Joanne Ure-h. Sem-ond row: Karen Shirley, Bev James, Darlene
Skogstrum, ,lanive Meine, Cheryl Vander Waal, Vernon Christoffers. Third
row: Marilyn Dreesman, Connie Priebe, David Phillips, Perry St. John.
Fourth row: Mr. Chiquet, Barb Bourne, Dick Vipond.
Pres. Cheryl Vander Waal, Vice Pres.
Dave Phillips, Parliamentarian Dick
Vipond, Sec,-Treas. Karen Shirley.
Messieur Chiquet, le lecleur et amies. C'est ci bon, n'est ce pas?
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Left to right: First row: Pauline Lenz. Janice Kickbush, Kathryn Hutchins, Alice Patton, Jane
Dearchs, Pat Simons. Second row: Marilyn Jasperson, Rose Ann Rich, Beverly St. John, Lynette
Rutledge, Shirley Sorenson, Jane Reid, Dorothy Cade, Shirley Holdren. Third row: Betty Peirce,
Joyce Miller, Donna Ramus, Joan Alexander, Zoe Clegg, Sharon Ringsdorf, Marilyn Kuhn, Janet
Scuffham, Marilyn Roeder, Miss Marston.
The Future Business Leaders of America really became recognized as one of the
best organized clubs in school this year, although they had a club last year. Among
their numerous activities they sponsored a candy and bake sale to earn money for
their treasury, and sent representatives to the state F. B. L. A. convention. Under the
capable directorship of Miss Marston, this organization has a wonderful start.
F. B. L. A. Officers. Left to right: Janice
Kickbush, Alice Patton, Kathryn Hutchins,
Marilyn Jasperson, Pat Simons, Jane Dearchs,
Joyce Miller, Pauline Lenz.
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Miss Finch ........... ....... . Donna Powers
Marge ...... .
Faith ........ ..
Mrs. Allen .....
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Junior Class Pla
Our Miss Brooks, the drama production of this year's Junior Class relates the trials and triumphs of a high
school English teacher as she strives to bring a polished performance of a class play out of a caotic situation.
Anxious moments are in store for Miss Brooks as play rehearsals conflict with the basketball practices of athletic
coach Hugo Longacres, who has caused Miss Brooks to be struck fatally by Cupid's arrowsg an important mem-
ber of the play cast has an acute attack of appendicitis the night of the final performance and a valuable and
irreplaceable vase, belonging to a snobbish lady f Mrs. Allenj is smashed to smithereens.
All of these problems plus the way in which everything miraculously works out smoothly before the curtain
falls on the final scene equals a hilariously enjoyable play. Our Miss Brooks, acted by an excellent cast under
Mr. McDowell's competent direction, was received by the entire audience as a first rate production.
Left to right: Lynette Rutledge, Deanna Eisenbarth, Karen
Left to right: Deanna Eisenbarth, Chuck Taylor, Kuchenreuther, Karen Downey, Adel Herbst, David Rouze,
Dave Rouze, Karen Downey, Betty Pierce, Karen Carol Thompson, Chuck Taylor, David Bunting, Kay
Kuchenreuther, Carol Thompson. Brayton.
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A sparkling play of youth with its heartaches and happiness, State Fair
brought to our stage a splendid evening's performance. The talented freshmen
and sophomores of the cast and crew combined with Mr. McDowell's directing
made State Fair a delightfully charming play, with a freshness and realistic
touch of youth which will long be remembered by its enthusiastic audience.
The Frake family is portrayed as it goes all out for the State Fair, with
Margy fDarlene Skogstroml falling in love with a young newspaper columnist
who she meets on the roller coaster, Wayne tPerry St. ,Iohnj imagining himself
about to elope with the attractive daughter of a hoopla stand operator, and Mr.
and Mrs. Frake's prize-winning pickles and champion hog Blue Boy gaining
All in all, State Fair was a big success.
"They'll find you out in
the end" Larry Wicks.
L Margy Frake ............................
A X Pat, a newspaper columnist .....
so - if iiit Wayne Frake .......................
if I ' titi fig Emily, from the hoopla stand ....
Eleanor, Wayneis girl friend .......
Harry Ware, Margyis fiance ....
Mrs. F rake .........................
Mr. Frake ........................... .......
Mrs. Rallins .........................................
Storekeeper and local philosopher .......
Hoopla stand operator ....................
Fair visitors .....................
Love at first sight. Bob Jensen and Darlene
Cheryl and her prize-winning
Perry St. John
Skogstrom. Which way will he go? Sharon Powers, Perry St. John, Karen Shirley.
Willoughby Adams ...... Calvin Tschetter
Aunt Hester ................ Barbara Zweifel
Aunt Louise .................. Janice Klooster
Aunt Olga .............. Jackie VanderWaal
Inner Willy ..... .............. D lck Kuecker
Stanley Clark .................... Phillip Miller
Mike ............................ Sheridan Strayer
Marybelle Turner .............. Pauline Lenz
Trudy Marshall ........ ..... J ane Dearchs
Janet Marshall ...... ........... J oy Hutzell
lreft to right: Barbara Zweifel, ,lunice Klooster, Dick Kuecker, Calvin Tschetter, Carol Martin Lois
Seniors Class Play
A comedy in three acts, The Inner Willy was presented by the senior class of '54-. It involves a senior high
school boy lWillyl who has been pampered by his three old maid aunts throughout his lifetime, and his "Inner
man" who "Came in on a Burp," arriving just in time to teach Willy to "Assert himself" and declare his inde-
ps-ndence from codliver oil, turnips, and Harvard, Princeton and Yale-and his aunt's future plans for him. The
sympathetic remarks made by the three aunts provide a humorous background, and Willy's frustration as he finds
himself with three dates for the Senior Dance adds to the general confusion. Fate brings about a happy fairytale
ending, with everybody happy. v
Skillyfully stearing the cast through the usual play rehearsal and pre-performance catastrophes, Director
Mr. McDowell, assisted by a capable crew, made The Inner Willy a praiseworthy production.
lift l0 fillhtf Dirk Inner Willy and Willy: Dick Kuecker Left to right: Janice Klooster, Calvin Tschetter,
Kuefkef- Pauline Lenz, and Calvin Tschetter, Barbara Zweifel. Barbara Zweifel,
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the latvst mode of transporta-
tion for a hounving hour and
a hall trip to Career Day at
lfaglv Grove. Choosing from a
varivty of voursos offered, they
learnvd all about intvresting
occupations from exports in the
hold, With this, and also the
fun of mcoting new friends and
hghting for a booth in a res-
taurant, thffy had a day which
will long he remembered.
Aftvr tire-d feet, wvlvmne grass.
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Algona, the old home town, looked good to us as we drove slowly around looking for familiar faces and
places. "Be it ever so humble there's no place like home," kept singing its melody in our hearts.
The years had slipped by so quickly and we were startled to see how changed everything was.
Were those parking meters in front of the State Bank, and is that Ken Potter, dignified and every inch a
Oh, isn't the new court house beautifull A real addition to our town. Will this ever be a good place to check
the progress of members of our illustrious class of 1954?
It is a warm day along in May and so we decided that before we go any farther we will drop in the drug
store for a coke and a good chat. We've heard that Mike Streit is a soda jerk here. He tells us that Betty Sloter,
Donna Ramus, Lorraine Rich, and Sandra Hudson are home from the service. He also tells us that Jim Bunkofske
and Ted Hansen are in partnership on rocket research. While Dave Devine is now a professor of Chemical Engi-
neering at Ames.
While we are sipping our cokes in come Pauline Lenz, Zoe Clegg, Lillian McAdams, Rose Ann Rich and
Marilyn Roeder from their secretarial jobs for another "coffee break." Also among the group we recognize Joyce
Miller, bookkeeper, Sharon Ringsdorf, Naomi Strayer, Joan Alexander, and Marilyn Kuhn, all telephone
We find Kirk Hayes and his wife, the former Julia Bourne, have set themselves up in the insurance business
while Julie teaches piano lessons on the side. Also in our music world we find Shirley Maxwell playing the organ
at the skating rink. Speaking of careers, Jack Scobba and Chuck Steil decided that the Navy wasn't so bad after
all and are making it their life's work. Darrel Simmons has returned to marry Alice Patton. Jerry Parkins is
now owner of what used to be Sorenson Buick renaming it "Perk's Parts Shop." While Terry McGuire has
taken over management of "Dig 'Em Construction Company."
Joy Hutzell is winning the hearts of her patients while working in our local hospital. Barb Hurn, we hear by
way of grapevine, is at Rochester working with polio patients.
As we drop by the high school we find Jackie VanderWaal, who is now teaching English in our local
system. She conducts us on a tour of the building and as we pass the vocal music room, we see Janie Lewis
struggling manfully tor discipline during a boys' chorus practice. Passing the auditorium door, we hear quite a
bit of racket. Jackie informs us that it is only Sheridan Strayer, the dramatics teacher, trying to have Jr. High play
practice. Who's that we see in shorts? Why it's Barb Zweifel, the gym teacher. She also is building up a good
girls' basketball team, we are told, in Sexton. Going to the Annex we see Ted Trunnelle, Vocational Agricultural
instructor, telling his boys the benefits of contour plowing. M'mmmm-that wonderful smell of onions coming
from the cafeteria. The cook, I wish I knew her married name. is now Trieva Bowman. They say she really
dishes out the concoctions. Gwen Hendrickson was helping but left to join her husband, who is in the Navy.
Asking some of the high school teachers, we find that Jan Klooster, Dorothy Hagg, Lois Riebhoff-now Mrs.
Cal Tschetter-are all miraculously pounding information into the heads of elementary youngsters, especially
in kindergarten. lt seems a few of our former classmates have children in that class. Let's see who they are.
Why, Janice Kickbush, now Mrs. Joe Funk, seems to be quite active in P. T. A. work.
inquiring of an old classmate, we hear that Larry Johnson is now running "Bowling, Beverages and
Billiards," formerly Barry's. Don Elbert still loiters around that familiar spot on Main Street dropping philo-
sophical remarks to passers-by.
Sauntering down Main Street we find a boy standing on the street corner yelling "Extra, Extrafi This
arouses our attention and we discover that one of Algona newspapers is just off the press. Its editor is Bill Dewel.
And here is "The Dizzy Crack" and we read that the Mayor of Algona is now Judy Simmons and the Chief of
Police, Ken Teeter, spends his time standing on the corner blowing his whistle at the juvenile delinquents.
Janet Scuffham, the owner of "ScufIie's Saddle Sage" is doing a thriving business turning Shirley Holdren,
Pat Simons, and Darlene Seiler and many others into leading horse women. She also had some of her famous
horses win in the Kentucky Derby-adding to her fame and her bank account.
In the professional entertainment world we find Ron Harlan, now traveling with Jimmy Lynch's Dare
Devils. He will be at the Kossuth County Fair this year, Bob Palmer, prominent cigar manufacturer told us.
We read also in the paper that Flip Miller is beating Ben Hogan and will soon hold the championship. Also in
the professional world we find Duane Hansen, the mighty wrestler. He now holds the championship in the middle
The paper said something about a Farm Bureau meeting. Letis check into that. Well . . . Dick Kuecker is
president and Chuck Bjustrom vice president. Must be really prospering with two such well-to-do farmers. Leaving
the building we meet Wendell Christensen and Marvin Dearchs, late-comers to the meeting. It seems that
Wendell now owns half the county and is fabulously rich.
Our class also has a serious side. We find Jane Dearchs is now doing social welfare work. Also Eleanore
Sparks is president of the "Wigs for Bald Eagles Clubv still holds the interest of her members with her lengthy
Wasn't there an article in the paper that went something like this: 4'Button Sewing Club to meet at the home
of Ardis Gardner."? I wonder if she is still teaching people how to sew on buttons the correct way.
lsn't that a service station over there? And look who works there-Amand Dangelser. Maybe while he puts
some gas in the car, we can catch up on some of the latest. He tells us that Jan Bjustrom has taken over manage-
ment of Grahamsg Ron Gerber is making money hand-over fist in the Implement Business, Herb Adams delivers
milk for the Algona Creamery and Jon Rising stands on street corners blowing up balloons for children-a trying
Dave Yeoman, the local KSMN man, is almost ready to come on the air with his 12 o'clock edition of the
news of the Associated Press. Bon Elbert, we heard over the air, giving a lecture in Carnegie Hall on UHOW to
Paint Water Colors." Bob Lampright, the mortician, has run all others out of town and is doing a flourishing
business. His establishment-"Lampie's Limpiesf,
We must gol. Farewell, Algona . . . farewell classmates of 1954. May Fortune be kind to all of us . . .
lift to right: lfirst row: Miki- Strvit, llon Ellwrt, lion Elliert, flllllt'li Bjusiroin. Sf"l'0lHl row: l,oiN 19110 un Clit
luliv llourm-, ,lny llulzc-ll. llzirliara llurn, Ronnie' Harlan. Third row: ,lanive Ki1'lilbllSll. Alice- l mon l.1u ine I
luiis. fm' filing. Wvliile-ll IIlii'isti-iisvii. Ron Ge-rlwr. Fuurtli row: Darla-ne Sc-il:-r, Cweii Bakr- l'it 'Ninn N
lu-ry ,lllllllS0ll. lloli lairipriglll. llarolrl Simmons. lfifth row: ,loan Alf'XllllCl4'I', ,loyvv Milli-if 5huu
lhll'AlllllHS. 'l'1'il llzinsvu. lluu' Yvonizin. Sixth rrm: Kirk lluyes, ,lim llunkofskv. .lolin Upliviui
'lllll' key stall memhers discuss plans for
the yearbook. Left to right: Ron Elbert
Pauline Lenz, Joyce Miller, Bill llewel,
,lavkie Vanderwaal, Julie Bourne
cises of '54 was the
speaker, Dr. K. C. Wu,
who spoke on "The Re-
sponsibilities of Ameri-
can Youth." He em-
phasized our responsi-
bilities to our Heritage,
to our Maker and to
other of the Commencement
world. Dr. Wu has
been Governor of For-
mosa, Mayor of Shang-
hi, and attended Grin-
nell college and Prince-
Processionalz "Pomp and Circumstancen -- --- Elgar
Colonel Bogey-March ---
Finale--New World Symphony ..........
High School Band
Russell Guster, Director
The Desert Song ................... Arranged by MacLean
High School Mixed Chorus
Del Carver, Director
Adel Herbst, Accompanist
Address .................................... Dr. K. C. Wu
A "The Responsibilities of American Youth"
Honors Announcements .... --- Mr. E. R. Legler
Presentation of Class 1954 --- --- Mr. 0. B. Laing
Presentation of Diplomas --- .... Mr. Perry Collins
Rev. Luther Loesch
Pastor, Trinity Lutheran Church
1953 Graduation Awards
P.E.O. Four year English .... Jackie Vanderwaal
D. A. Three year Social Sciene ........ Kirk Hayes
Wa Tan Ye Commercial ............ Marilyn Roeder
Delphian 9th Grade English .... Darlene Skogstrom
Eighth Grade History ..,..... Karen Hutchins
I. S. T. C. ....... ............ ,I anice Klooster
X Lois Riebhoif
Iowa State College ....... ......... D ave Devine
Drake ......................... ........... K irk Hayes
Cornell ....... ....... S hirley Maxwell
Honorary Award ..... Dave Devine
Left to right: First row: Alice Patton, Lorraine Rich, Donna Ramus, Sharon Ringsdorf, Sandra
Hudson, Joan Alexander, Janice Bjustrom, Trieva Bowman, Julia Bourne. Second row: Gwen
Hendricksen, Joy Hutzell, Bill Dewel, Dave Devine, Bob Palmer, John Scobba, Terry McGuire,
Marvin Dearchs, Judy Simmons. Third row: Rose Ann Rich, Barbara Zweifel, Janice Klooster,
Kirk Hayes, Dick Kuecker, Chuck Steil, Eldon Helmets, Wendell Christensen, Duane Hansen.
Fourth row: Darlene Seiler, Janet Scuflham, Janice Kickbush, Calvin Tschetter, Ted Trunnelle,
Dave Yeoman, Sheridan Strayer, Kenneth Teeter, Jon Rising, Larry Johnson, Mike Streit.
Left to right: First row: Jane Dearchs, Shirley Maxwell, Barbara Hurn, Dorothy Hagg, Ardis
Gardner, Marilyn Roeder, Lillian McAdams, Naomi Strayer. Second row: Pat Simons, Zoe Clegg,
Jackie Vander Waal, Janie Lewis, Pauline Lenz, Shirley Holdren, Joyce Miller, Lois Riebhoff,
Eleanore Sparks. Third row: Allen Humphrey, Betty Sloter, Chuck Bjustrom, Jim Bunkofske, Ron
Gerber, Ron Harlan, Darold Simmons, Jerry Parkins. Fourth row: Kenneth Potter, Don Elbert,
Philip Miller, Herb Adams, Bob Lampright, Ted Hansen, Amand Dangelser, Joe Funk, Ron
Algona Flour 81 Feed
Kossuth Oil Co.
Paul A. James
Hutchison Hutchison 81 Carroll
Shilts Shoe Store
J . C. Penney
Farm Loan Ass.
Plum Creek Elevator
Griffin Lumber Co.
William 81 Taylor Imp.
Dr. N. F. Chapman
Algona Osteophathic Clinic
Clover Leaf Hatchery
Dr. M. G. Bourne
Elva 81 Jessies
F oster's Furniture
Richardson's Furniture Co.
John N. Kenefick, M.D.
Davis Paint Store
Norton Machine Works
Advance Publishing Co.
Chucks Food Market
Funk 81 Deim
Kossuth Radio Electric
Deans Watches 81 Watch Repairs
Cowan Buildings Supply
Shumway, Kelly 81 Fristedt
North Iowa Directory Service
Gene F urst
L. S. Bohannon
Daniel L. Bray, M.D.
Algona Laundry 81 Dry Cleaners
Paxon Insurance Co.
Bunkofske Barber Shop
Algona Barber Shop
McMahon 81 Cassel
State Farm Insurance
Hoods Super Value
Linnan 81 Lynch Lawyers
Laing 81 Muckey
Clayton 81 Rusk
Ray's Jack Sprat Market
Rovns Variety Store
Algona Smoke Shop
Tigges Self Serve Drugs
Lyles Shoe Store
C. H. Ostwinkle
Genrich Radio 81 T.V.
Vivian's Flowers 81 Gift Shop
Dr. Robert R. Horton, M.D.
Upper Des Moines Publishing Co.
Bjustroms Furniture Co.
O.K. Rubber Welders
The Druggist Mutual
Security State Bank
Russ 81 Ky's
North Iowa Sewing Machine Company
Consumer's Super Market
Hopkins Super Service
Modern Dry Cleaners 81 Tailors
Ted 81 Joel Herbst Insurance
MILLER STEEL BUILDINGS
RISING'S MILL 81 ELEVATOR
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Postscript from the Administration
THE ALGONA COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
The map on the opposite page is the new Algona Community School District which becomes a legal school
district under the laws of Iowa on July 1, 1954. At that time the old Algona Independent School District ceases
to be. This is a result of a school election held on April 26, 1954. This article attempts to give a brief story of:
why this reorganization came aboutg how it came aboutg what changes in our school are occurring as a result
of the reorganization.
Why was the school district reorganized?
Basically the movement for reorganization began about two years ago when the board of education of the
Independent district realized that the present facilities for elementary school pupils were not sufficient to care
for the non-resident elementary pupils in the years immediately ahead.
How did this reorganization come about?
Briefly, a series of public meetings of interested school patrons was held in the respective rural school districts
and in Algona to discuss the above problems. Eventually these meetings resulted in the drawing up of territorial
limits in the surrounding rural districts so that the majority of those people wishing to be included were contained
within the boundaries of the proposed new district. After the various hearings required by law before the county
board of education, an election was called to determine the will of the people. In the second election for this
purpose which was held April 26, 1954, the proposition was carried by a majority vote in each of the school districts
involved. Accordingly, plans were made to institute the new district on July 1, 1954.
What are some of the changes involved in the setting up of this new Algona Community School District?
1. The area of the original Algona Independent was 14 sections including the town of Algonag the area of the
new district is approximately 146 sections.
2. The valuation of taxable property on which school taxes are to be paid in this district is about 14 million
dollars, whereas the valuation under the original Algona Independent was about 7 million dollars.
3. The entire school enrollment Kg-12 grade inclusive next September in this new district will be approxi-
mately 1450 pupils, of which none will be "tuition or non-resident" pupils. That is, the district will no
longer be collecting tuition from the surrounding rural districts since the entire bill will be met by the general
tax levy for the whole district. The above enrollment includes about 300 pupils who were formerly classed
as tuition or non-resident pupils.
4. We will still operate school buses as before. Next year we are planning eleven bus routes to transport
approximately 450 pupils.' We hope to make these routes compact enough that no pupil will need to get
into a bus before 7:45 A.M.
5. One uniform school tax levy will be made over the entire area. It is estimated the school tax next year
will be not in excess of 30 mills.
6. The present school curriculum will be maintained with some additions. One addition is that of distribu-
tive education in the high school vocational field -this essentially is a training program for those students
who will start upon graduation from high school at making a living in occupations that involve selling goods
7. The teaching staff will be increased next year by eight members, 7 of which are in the elementary grades
to take care of the added elementary enrollment.
The capstone or apex of any school district in Iowa is the Board of Education. In accordance with law, the
board of the Algona Independent district and the rural boards automatically end their terms on July 1, 1954.
In May 1954 a new board for the reorganized district was elected to serve as follows:
One year term-Mrs. Veda Murtagh, Robert Black frural membersl
Two year term-C. W. Stillman, Paul Hurn Crural membersj
Three year term-Perry M. Collins
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