Algona High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Algona, IA)

 - Class of 1959

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Pi, K -. 63 ., A : 2.- 13' w g , - , ,,5....,fMm vi In 4 I -..4f"""Nb' K . f ADMINISTRATION FACULTY AND Q - N I I. f . -' I Nl 1 .5 fi--1'--i v .4 H In , M f A I -K , W ., S3 W A gm 3 i 2? I xi 1 2 w Bairro nl iibtxraliutl Ahminishqmon EUGENE H. HUTCHINS. President AIQUUH o'r'ro B. LAING. superintendent ROBERT BLACK PRINCIPALS: PERRY M. comms fffummuniig School Qlgisirirf JACK E. Evans. sr. mga ROBERT E, DEAL, GLENN CHALLY, Jr. High Mas. VEDA MURTAGH Qlgunzx, llama MRS. MARGARET BERINGER. Elem WALTER McBRIDE. Elem. MRS. FERN STANTON. Elem. HATTIE WILSON. Elem. Supervisor E. A. SCHEMEL. Treasurer MRS. INEZ WOLFE. Secretary May, 1959 To the Class of 1959, A.H.S.: Perhaps you will have a class reunion twenty-five years after your present milestone. I am confident that events will prove the lie inOrwell's book, "1984" and many of you will be around to vouch for it. Predictions are dangerous but the following are ventured for this planet, Earth, 1984. You yourself may have some influence on whether they prove to be true or false: -Your education after high school was far more important than you once thoughtg indeed, the process truly never stopped. -What you did for a living was far less significant than how you went about making it. -The known world, while much larger than in 1959, still had the same human per- sonality problems i.n 1984. -The spirit of God had never lost its significance to the human heart. -With all the wonderful expansion of science and machines, the human mind was still the most inspiring source of wonder in the world. -A man or woman could be truly great without being famous. -Your teacher was not truly appreciated until you yourself had taught someone. -To look forward with resolution was better than looking back with regret. By 1984 the answers to these questions will be written in your own twenty-five years of experience. Possibly, your greatest satisfaction will be to pass the test on to those who follow you. Sincerely, O. B. Laing S up erintendent 7 MR. COLLINS PRESIDENT MRS. MURTAGH MR. HUTCHINS SCHOOL BOARD Behind the scenes, these often overlooked men and women are busy coping, with the many problems that concern our schools. It is to this capable group that we owe thanks for a. well-organized school sys- tem. MR. BLACK MR. DEAL W MRS. WOLFE 8 MR. EVANS Mr, Evans holds one of the most responsible positions in our school and during the past two years he has demonstrated his ability to fill it. The difficult task of administering stu- dent affairs falls on him. To this capable administrator, we, the students, give a sincere "Thank You", DRINCIPALS MR, CHALLY Having completed his third year at the helmof the Jun- ior High, Mr, Chally has proved himself an able skipper, His tireless efforts, intense interest, and understanding has endeared him to his students. They feel fortunate to have a man of Mr, Chal1y's ability to lead them. 9 1' ' MRS, ALBERTS MR, ALBERTS MR, CIIIQUET "But Betty Crock er is my best "Government is a pip course. " "The wheel that deals. " friend. " Government, World History. Junior High English, Government Junior High English, Reading. Social Problems, Reading. MR. CHURCHILL " . . . actually . . . " English, Spanish. MRS, COLLIER MR, COLLIER MISS CONDON "Rip it out AGAIN. " "Anyone can find 100 bugs. " "Your mobile isn't balanced, " Homemaking. General Science, Biology, Art. svn! '0 B4 MR. DUVALL "Lets shuffle for a while." Junior High Arithmetic, Coach, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Foot- ball, MRS, HENDERSON "Take your magazine into the study hall. " Library. MISS GANNON "Keep your fingers on the home row keys. " Typing, S h or t h a n d, Secretarial Training. MR, IIOBBIE "Say Naibert, what are you blow- ing up now?" Junior High Science. MR. GUSTER " Whats your name fella?" Junior and Senior lligh Band MISS HAYS "To the showers girls, " Physical Education. MISS JOHNSON "Out in the hall. " Junior High Arithmetic, MR, KAPFER "I'll just close the door so no one gets the wrong idea." American Literature, Speech, Dra- matics. MR, MEYER "Has anybody fed my bird?" Junior High English, Reading. MRS, KELLEY "But I've been practicing my to- nette all day. " Special Englishlanguage and Lit- erature, English Literature. MISS MILLER "It will just take a minute." Geometry, Advanced Math, Solid Geometry. MR, KRAMER "The man about town," Retailing, Bookkeeping. MR, MARTIN "Steer clear of the bakery and eat your dinner, " Industrial Arts, Mechanical Draw- ing, Crafts, Wrestling. MRS. MOXLEY "You mustn't gossip while you gab. " Physical Education, Health, I MR, NAIBERT MR. OLSON MR. PALMER "Today we will smdy the levey and "Where are my nose drops?" "I d0n't care what you do, but the puller. " Junior High Geography. d0U'f b0lh6l' me. " Physics, General Science, Chemis- AmCriC3l1HiSt0ry. Economics, De- gy. bate, Tennis. MISS QUINBY "I'11bet you a cookie." Algebra, General Math. MR. SNUSTAD MR. SEFRIT MR, Sl-IUGART "No one yells 'slow down' in the "Do you have any questions?" "Count off by fours. " Philharmonic." Anima1Husbandry, Crops and Soils. Health, Football, Track. Junior and Senior High Music. Sf fi his 1 -'S ' 4, . ,A , 1.242 "TEA 1 '51 - 4 1 N i i I MISS SORENSEN MR, STEPHENSON "I knew you could do it. " "Okay, lets look to the floor, English II. Junior High History. MISS ZUMACH "Okay, remain in your seats until I excuse you. " Junior High English and Reading. MRS, RICHARDSON "It's just like a pin prickg it won'r hurt a bit. " School Nurse. 14 Q .1 zk. -f - L S if gig-5 A '5f1Iif i- ! EQ 1 -- X R36 ir, be Tig . . K - B K 55 5 Q' ,. ,gig- ai X A . M F .K X, ,553 :el 1' , ESI .. , . .mx , ' ' z lf QQ , 5 156 M. E yi - '2 - -1. , S1 S X 1' 4 k X -f ke , -X N .?, 1-.-J 'Q Q 1. d 355 5N.a3yg5l3X 'S 'WH 'iw L gf 1' f 1. 4 lim! gi a' w wf - A X 2 , , ,QV ,,.,::d1wA7' Aim, W ., W. ,.3'.im.. r M, "ali, if 7 .ff uf ,, il' ,af ' BUS DRIVERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Kuhn, Elmer Phillips, Walt Stevens, Eldon Weaver, Jim Allen, Emest Nauman, Mrs. Peggy Naylor. CUSTODIANS 0 Bob 'I6 Keith SENIORS i N r F OFFICERS Sandra Phillips Pam Porter Pat Kam Wayne Johnson SENIOR CLASS For twelve years we have waited for the day when we would walk proudly across the stage and receive our diplomas But now that day has come and we can t help but feel a little sad Suddenly we realize that we are no longer students of A H S No matter where we look there are memones the open lockers which were once so crammed we t hought we could never get anything else in them, the empty classrooms where we spent so many hours, and the silent gym where we cheered our athletes to victory. Yes, we are sorry to leave, but we know that the future holds many good things. We will face it knowing that Algona High has given us the knowledge and background necessary for success. 'I8 SANDRA BAY Annual Staff 4 Concert Band 1, 2, 3,4 Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Pep Band 4 Secretary 3 G. R. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Program Chairman 4 Camera. Club 1 Art Club 1, 2 Secretary 2 Play Crew 1, 2 Forensics 3 , 4 JUDY ADREON Mixed Chorus 4 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Cadettes 2, 3, 4 G. R. A. 2 F. B. L. A. 3, 4 Reporter 4 Camera Club 3 Art Club 1, ,2 Class Play 3, 4 Play Crew 1, 2 Home Room Officer 2 Homecoming Queen Candidate 4 Homeroom Officer 1, 2 ROBERT AREND F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Sentinel 4 JANICE BENSON Wesley 1, 2 Inuamurals 4 Play Crew 3 F. B. L. A. 3,4 rg an WAYNE ARNDORFER F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 4 'A' Club 3, 4 Wrestling 2, 3 MARY BOLDRIDGE Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3 Cadetres 3, 4 F. H. A. 2,3 Art Club 1, 2 F. T. A. 4 Class Play 4 Play Crew 3 Librarian 2, 3, 4 Homeroom Officer 1, 2 JEANETTE BJUSTROM Annual Staff 4 Girls' Chorus 1,2 Cadettes 3, 4 G. R. A. 3, 4 F. H. A. l Camera. Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 4 Vice-President 3 Class Play 2, 4 Play Crew 3 Debate 4 Forensics 4 Student Council 1, 2, 4 Homecoming Queen 4 Homeroom Officer 3 Class Officer 1,2 National Honor Society 4 DARYL BRAYTON Boone Valley 1, 2 Concert Band 3, 4 Marching Band 3, 4 Pep Band 3, F. F. A. 3, 4 Religious Play 3 Wrestling 4 JOHN BIERSTEDT Cylinder 1, 2, 3 ARNOLD BRAUN F. F. A. 1 'A' Club 2, 3,4 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 JUDY BOWMAN Annual Staff 4 F. B. L. A. 3. 4 Play Crew 3, 4 PAUL CHRISTOFFERS Concert Band Marching, Ban Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 d1,2,3,4 1,2 Boys' Chorus 1, 2 'A' Club 3, 4 Camera Club Vice-Presid 1, 2, 3, 4 enr4 Wrestling, 1, 2 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Visual Aids 1, 2, 3, 4 GARRY DAVIS SARA CLARK 'A' Club 3 4 F' H' A' 4 Footba112 y 3 F' B' L' A' 3 , ' Camera Club 4 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Librarian 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Homeroom Officer 1 ION DISCOE Sidney 1, 2 F Mixed Chorus Boys' Chours 3 'A' Club 3, 4 Class Play 4 Play Crew 3 Football 3, 4 Track 3, 4 1 as 3,4 NANCY DITSWORTH Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Play Crew 1, 2 Librarian 1 LARRY COOK D. E. C. A. 4 Class Play 2, 4 Play Crew 8 Football 1 Wrestling 1, 3 Track 1 Visual Aids 1, 2, 8, 4 Homeroom Offi cer 1 21 RUTH ERICKSON Annual Staff 4 F, B. L. A. 3, 4 Vice-President 4 SHARON ERICSON Annual Staff 4 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 SHERON EC-EL Pep Club 3, 4 Art Club 1, 4 Play Crew 3, 4 Librarian 2 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 2, 3, 4 PepClub1 G. R. A. 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 4 Camera Club 1, 3, 4 Class Play 1 Play Crew 2 Librarian 3 Homeroom Officer 1, 2 NOLA GATTON Pep Club 1 F. H. A, 1 F. B. L. A. 3, Treasurer 4 F. T. A. 4 Intramurals 1 , 2 MARGARET GADE Annual Staff 4 Pep Club 1, 3, 4 G. R. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President 4 F. H. A. 1, 3, 4 Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Play Crew 1, 2, 3, 4 Religious Play 1 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 23,53 1' Huff ALBERT FOSNAUGH F. F. A. 1, 2, 3 D. E. C. A. 4 President 4 'A' Club 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3 Wrestling 1, 2 Track 1, 2, 3 Baseball 2, 3 Librarian 3 if O JOEL HARRIS Annual staff 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 2 Boys' Chorus 2 'Ag Club 3, 4 Camera Club 4 Class Play 3 Debate 4 Student Council 3, 4 President 4 District President 4 MAVIS GOULD F. B. L. A. 3 4 D. E. C. A. Historian-Parliamentarian Play Crew l, 2, 3 Religious Play 1, 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Co-Captain 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Sports King Candidate 4 National Honor Society 4 PATTI HEDLUND Mixed Chorus 3 Girls' Chorus 3, 4 Pep Club 3 G. R. A. 1, 2 D. E. C. A. 4 'Secretary-Treasure Play Crew 2 , 3 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3 Play Crew 2, 3 Librarian 1, 2, 3 Annual Staff 4 Y I4 XQ .E but- . FRANKLIN HAGG Art Club 4 Wrestling 2 Librarian 4 DELORIS HELMERS F. B. L. A. 3, 4 Reporter 3 Executive Officer 4 Play Crew 3 ,gay-2-l - ' . 13' LINDA HANSEN Girls' Chorus 1, 2 Pep Club 1 Cadettes 2, 3, 4 G. R. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 1, 2, 3 Class Play 2, 4 Play Crew 1, 3 Homeroom Officer 1 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 Annual Staff 4 JOYCE HUENHOLD Annual staff 4 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 4 Girls' Chorus l,2,4 Pep Club 1, 3, 4 G.R. A. l,2,3,4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F. B. L. A. 3 Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Play Crew 1, 2 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 ROBERT HUTCHINS Annual Staff 4 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Marching Band 1, 2 Pep Band 1, 2 Mixed Chorus 1, 2 Boys' Chorus 1, 2 'A' Club 3, 4 Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Religious Play 2 Football 1, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 3 Baseball 1, 3 Visual Aids 1, 2, 3, 4 24 CAROLE HURN Annual Staff 4 Pep Club 1 Cadettes 2, 3, 4 G. R. A. 3 F. H. A. 1, 2 Art Club 1, 2, 3 Class Play 3 Play Crew 2 Librarian 1, 2, 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 JIM KAIN Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Marching Band 1, 2 F.F. A. l,2,3,4 Reporter 3 Vice-President 4 'A' Club 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain 4 Track 3 Sports King 4 DENNIS IERGENSON Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3 Boys' Chorus 1, 2 D. E. C. A. 4 Football 1, 3 Basketball 1 Track 1 Class Officer 1 WAYNE I OHNSON San Antonio 1, 2 Annual Staff 4 'A' Club 3, 4 Secretary-Treasurer 4 Camera Club 4 Football 4 Basketball 4 Track 3, 4 Sports King Candidate 4 Class Officer 4 JOHN OAKLAND Annual Staff 4 Business Manager 4 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 3, 4 Camera Club 4 Class Play 3 Religious Play 3 Contest Play 4 Football 2 Basketball 1, 2 Tennis 1, 2, 3 Visual Aids 4 Boys Intramurals 4 PAT KAIN Annual Staff 4 'A' Club 4 Student Council 4 Football 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 3 Homeroom Officer 1 Class Officer 4 SUE LABARRE Annual Staff 4 Girls' Chorus 1, 2 Pep Club 1, 3., 4 G.R. A. l,2,3,4 President 4 F. H. A. 1. 4 Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Art Club 1 JUDY O'BRIEN Burt 1, 2 Annual Staff 4 Concert Band 3, 4 Marching Band 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 3, 4 Cadettes 3, 4 G. R. A. 3, 4 F. H. A. 4 Camera Club 3 Class Play 3, 4 Student Council 4 F. T. A. 4 Librarian 4 Play Crew l,2,3,4 Student Council 2 Homecoming Queen Candidate 4 Sports Queen 4 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3 Class Officer 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4 National Honor Society 4 Homeroom Officer 3, 4 Intramurals 3 , 4 JOYCE OPHEIM Annual Staff 4 Girls' Chorus 3 G.R.A.3 F.H.A.2 F.B.L.A.4 Class Play 4 Play Crew 2, 3 Librarian 2, 3, 4 MARV MILLER Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 2 Boys' Chorus 2 'A' Club 3, 4 Camera Club 4 Class Play 4 Play Crew 4 Debate 4 Student Council 1 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Track 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Sports King Candidate 4 Homeroom Officer 1 Class Officer 2 25 PAM PORTER Lake Mills 1, 2 Annual staff 4 Co-editor 4 Pep Club 3,4 Vice-President 4 Art Club 3, 4 F. T. A. 4 President 4 Play Crew 3, 4 Class Officer 4 G. R. A. 3, 4 JUDY PINGEL Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4 SANDRA PI-HLLIPS Annual Staff 4 Co-editor 4 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3 Pep Club 1 Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President 3 President 4 Class Play 1, 2, 3 Student Council 3 Homeroom Officer 3 Class Officer 3, 4 Band Queen 4 National Honor Society 4 TOM POTTER Concert Band 1 2 Marching Band 1 2 Mixed Chorus 1 2 'A' Club 3 Debate 4 Football 1, 2, 3 4 Basketball 1 , 2 Girls' Chorus 1 Track 1. 2. 3 pep Club 1 Baseball 2 Ca.dettes 2, 3, 4 ViSl181 Aids 4 G- R. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Homeroom Officer 2 F. H. A. 1, 3, 4 Class Officer 3 Camera Club 2, 3, 4 Art Club 1, 3 Play Crews 1, 2, 3 Student Council 3, 4 Librarian 3 ROGER ROCHLEAU F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 2 , 3 JAMES PRATT Mixed Chorus 1, 4 Camera Club 3 Art Club 3 Play Crew 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Tennis 1, 2, 3 Golf 3 Intramurals 4 JUDY ROVN DAVID SCHNEIDER Wrestling 1, 2 4 9 elf' .. :WX . a' t .gh fr ANN Fi Annual Staff 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Chorus l, 2, 3, 4 Symphonettes 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 1 Cadettes 2, 3, 4 G. R. A. 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 3 Play Crew 3, 4 Modern Choir 1, 2 Intramurals 4 3? ROXANNE SHACKELFORD Annual Staff 4 Cadettes 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 2, 3, 4 G. R. A. 1, 2, Camera Club 4 Art Club 1 2 3 Class Play 3 4 Play Crew 2 L1brarian2 3 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 VERNA SCHMIDT G. R. A. 3 F. H. A. 4 President 4 Camera Club 4 Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President 1 Treasurer 2 Play Crew l, 2, 3 Librarian 2, 3, 4 Homeroom Officer 1, 2 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 National Honor Society 4 .tr-4 4 :fl " V Li' v A Q , 4 if 1 ROBERT SCHMITT 3 F. F, A. 1,2,3,4 CAROL SHORE Annual Staff 4 Girls' Chorus 1, 2 Pep Club 1, 3, 4 G.R.A. 1,2,3,4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Historian 3 President 4 Camera Club 1,2,3.4 Vice-President 2 President 3 Art Club 1,2 F. T. A. 4 Class Play 4 Play Crew l,2,3 Debate 4 A Secretary 3, 4 Homeroom Officer 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Play Crew 1 Basketball 1 Baseball 1 MARIANA STEELE Annual Staff 4 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 2, 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 1, 2 Pep Club 1, 4 President 4 G. R. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 4 Camera Club 2, 3, 4 Art Club 2 Play Crew 1,2,4 Class Play 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 National Honor Society 4 28 LINDA SMITH Annual Staff 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Symphonettes 1, 2, 3, 4 Modern Choir 1, 2 Soloist 1, 2, 3, 4 Accompanist 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 1, 3, 4 G. R. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 President 3 Song Leader 2, 4 District President 3 Camera Club 1, 2 Class Play 4 Play Crew 1,2, 3 Debate 3, 4 Forensics 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2, 3,4 Vice-President 4 State Cabinet 3 Sports Queen Candidate 4 Class Officer 3 Cheerleading l,2,3,4 Intramurals PATRICIA THOMPSON E Annual Staff 4 1 Pep'Club 1 Cadettes 2,3,4 G. R. A. l,2,3,4 Secretary 3 Treasurer 4 F. H. A. l,2,3,4 Parliamentarian 3 Camera Club 1,2,3.4 Secretary 3 F. T. A. 4 Class Play 4 Play Crew 2, 3 Homecoming Queen Candidate 4 Sports Queen Candidate 4 Homeroom Officer 3 Intramurals l,2,3,4 DANIEL SKOW Play Crew 3 TERRY STRUECKER F. F. A. 1, 2, 3 Art Club 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, F. F. A. l,2,3,4 Basketball 1 , 2 4 IUDIE STRAHORN Annual Staff 4 Photographer 3, 4 Pep Club l Cadette Manager 2, 3 G.R.A.1,2,3,4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 Play Crew 1, 2, 4 Class Play 3 Religious Play 3 Contest Play 3 Librarian 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 ur"'e -v 4 --- .A-, H, . W., . CLASS COLORS: ALAN WALKER Annual Staff 4 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 Play Crew 4 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Visual Aids 1, 2, 3, 4 RED AND WHITE CLASS MOTTO ATTAIN THE UNATTAINABLE CLASS FLOWER: RED AND WHITE CARNATIONS CAROLE WITTKOPF Annual Staff 4 Editor 4 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Marching Band 1,2, 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 4 Pep Club 1 Cadettes 3, 4 G.R.A. 1,2,3,4 Reporter 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 2, 3, 4 Art Club 2 Play Crew 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Sports Queen Candidate 4 National Honor Society 4 , . NAME Judy Adreon Robert Arend Wayne Arndorfer Sandy Bay Janice Benson John Bierstedt Jeanette Bjustrom Mary Boldridge Judy Bowman Arnold Braun Daryl Brayton Paul Christoffers Sara Clark Larry Cook Garry Davis Jon Discoe Nancy Ditsworth Sheron Egel Sharon Ericson Ruth Erickson A1 Fosnaugh Margaret Gade Nola Gatton Mavis Gould Franklin Hagg Linda Hansen Joel Harris Patti Hedlund Deloris Helmers Joyce Huenhold SENIOR IS Never around Short "Squirrel1y" An authority Conscientious Harmless Queen Studious Friendly A mat -man Fancy- free Flirtatious Busy "Kookie" Neat Crazy Considerate Innocent In love Quiet "Butch" Tardy An operator Capable Absent Slender A wheel Talkative Reliable ..Heuy.. RAVES AB OU T Guys Cars Chasing pheasants Clothes Frankie Nothing Debate Des Moines trips Being a policewom an Red-heads Renwick Hi-Fi Nursing Kay Track Last night Modeling Very little Piccolo F. B. L. A. Carolyn Mr. Alberts Her song Accounting Republicans Visiting Ames Lang. and Lit. Burt Everything NOTED FOR Temper Conversation Parliamentary procedure Gossip Comments Cowboy boots Personality Absence Pep Manly physique Morning rides Escapades Ambitions Convertible Curls Stories Novel Bun Rings Driving Job Gripes Not saying much Giggle Good Posture Fast-talking Appetite Class ring Neat Locker "Wiedenhoff" I V NAME Carole Hurn Robbie Hutchins Dennis Jergenson Wayne Johnson Jim Kain Pat Kain Sue LaBarre Marv Miller John Oakland Judy O'Brien Joyce Opheim Sandra Phillips Pam Porter Tom Potter Jim Pratt Judy Pingel Roger Rochleau Judy Rovn Verna Schmidt Robert Schmitt David Schneider Roxanne Shackelford Carol Shore Daniel Skow Linda Smith Mariana Steele Judie Strahom Terry Struecker Patricia Thompson Alan walker Carole Wittkopf Sl LHOUETTES IS Petite Fast Sleeping Puzzled A good kid Tall Going steady Real gone Ambitious Graceful Engaged Versatile Blonde Married Leaving Capable Shy Particular Helpful Graduating! ! Delinquent Dramatic Flippant A Republican Daring Srudious Impossible Nervous "Twerpy" Anxious Okay RAVES AB OU T Army life Girls Figures Texas Wrestling Jokes Dates Stereo F Kr Fs Loras Pink Chevy Art Letters Christy Science Recipes Well. . . Ice cubes The future A blonde Studebakers Tomorrow Pizza Ezra Accomplishments Cornell KLGA personnel Skating ? ? ? '? ? Darlene Physics NOTED FOR Her halo His line Poker Athletic ability Things in general Card tricks Night life Pipe Taxi service Ice cream You tell me Hair-do Pcsters Skipping Belt Cooking Blushing Quips lngenuity "riches" Making up time Questions Getting around Interest in "Ag" wardrobe 100'lo Wise cracks Engraving Smile Lighting Annual Editor SENIOR C NAME Judy Adreon Bob Arend Wa.yne Arndorfer Sandra Bay Janice Benson John Bierstedt Jean Bjustrom Mary Boldridge Judy Bowman Amold Braun Daryl Brayton Paul Christoffels Sara Clark Larry Cook Garry Davis Jon Discoe Nancy Dittsworth Sheron Egel Sharon Ericson Ruth Erickson A1 Fosnaugh Margaret Gade Nola Gatton Mavis Gould Franklin Haag Linda Hansen Joel Harris Patti Hedlund Deloris Helmeis Joyce Huenhold Robbie Hutchins Carole Hum Dennis Jergenson Wayne Johnson Jim Kain Pat Kain Sue LaBa.rre Marv Miller John Oakland Judy O'Brien Joyce Opheim Sandra Phillips Judy Pingel Pam Porter Tom Potter Jim Pratt Roger Rochleau Judy Rovn Vema Schmidt Robert Schmitt David Schneider Roxanne Shackelford Carol Shore Daniel Skow Linda Smith Mariana Steele Judy Strahom Terry Struecker Patricia Thompson Alan Walker Carole Wittkopf LASS WILL, '59 LEAVES Her long hair to Pat Cowan His long eyelashes to ilirtatious girls His nickname to our bushy tailed friends Her ability to get along with teachers The ag shop to the boys His cowboy boots to Chester Her middle name to Jessie James Her red ball to Mr. Kapfer His ring at home to have a ball His wrestling "leota.rds" to Denny Richey His Ford in Hood 's parking lot His darkroom techniques to Gary Angle Her egg omelet in the garbage disposal His car payment to lee Lawson His curls to girls who wish they had them His car to anyone with a lot of nerve Her book to Doubleday Doran and Company Her flower arrangements on the Art room bulletin board Algona for the altar Her smile to Pepsodent For the Marines Her love for chemistry to anyone who can find it The switchboard for a coke Her giggle echoing in the halls His hair ............ uncut Van's with a, "bang" Dancing Bear to Captain Kangaroo Her Penney's sales slips?????? That-a-way for Burt Her station wagon to the gang TheschoolinOOOOOOI!! Govemment with a question His gum to Margie and friends His doodles to Mr. Chiquet To hunt at Lotts Creek Economics with a, red face Her broken bottle to Miss Miller His concoction on the roof His car windows open fWhy?J Her poise to the Freshman girls Her snowballs at the police station The theater in a white Plymouth Her gym clothes in the locker To look for her brown sweater Class to share executive worries with his father His nuclear definitions to Mr. Naibert His blush to a summer rose Her "neat" note to Ron Tschetter Her diamond to wishful dreamers With no regrets Mr. Evans office at five Her swing and sway to Sammy Kaye Her blue Chevy in a snowbank Ezra to Ike Through the basement window Her studious attitude to Jim Thoneson Her ashes on the annual pictures Limburger cheese in his locker Her twang in speech class His gavel to future F. F. A. presidents Her mark on every annual page 32 ,... -. . .. .,-at ,- ,Y ,q--...W -v M 'wt-v vu' SENIOR CLASS PROPHECV, '59 As I entered Algona, the metropolis of the Middle West, I passed the City Park and there on a bench, covered with the previous day's edition of the Wall Street Journal, was Jim Pratt. I shook him gently, and after he awoke he divulged some interesting facts about the class that had graduated ten long years ago. The class of '59 has made two contributions to the world of politics. Joel Harris is representing the United States at a summit conference with Russia while Dan Skow has replaced Ezra Taft Benson as Sec- relary of Agriculture. Mariana Steele, an interpretor at the U.N., is currently working with Aly Khan, the Pakistani delegate, on the formulation of an international language. Europe has claimed three of the class members. Sandy Phillips, the Da Vinci of your time, is living on the Left Bank in Paris, and Linda Smith, the Asphalt heiress, is now vacationing on the Riviera after an unsuccessful fifth marriage.Linda Hansen ln Montecarlo doing research -- oh WHAT research! -- for her latest novel, wrote back that she was surprised to see Frank Hagg's name on a hot rod racing form there. Speaking of cars, Bob Arend has recently incorporated his customizing shop. Joyce Huenhold has a night club on Forty-fifth street known internationally as "Huey's Hide-away." She employs Larry Cook as bouncer and Carol Shore as head cigarette girl. Our annual editor, too, has gained fame. Alfred B. Newman has surrendered the editorship of Mad magazine to Carole Wittkopf who, with Paul Chrlstoffers as assistant, manages to continue the magazines policy of superior idiocy. Financial wizard, John Oakland, has finally accomplished his goal of chemical engineer, but still continues to handle extensive funds as president of the First National Bank. Pam Porter and husband have taken up permanent residence on an army post in Hawaii where she still sings her old favorite, "Tall Paul." Pam was recently visited by Jean Bjustrom who received her Bachelor Degree in '65. She is now frantically looking for one. Tish Thompson seems to have had better luck. She found her million -- and married itl Further discussion with Jim revealed that several class members have remained at home. Dave Schneider is now driving bus number five for A.H.S. Patti Hedlund, Judy Adreon, and Ruth Erickson have taken the places vacated by Deloris, Barb, and Clara. Mary Boldridge has become Algona's favorite teach- er by advocating a two-day school week. Thehappy couples of Mavis and Mert, Verna and Ray, Roxanne and Bob, and Janice and Frankie are living here and keeping the schools well supplied with pupils. Joyce Op- hei.m has doubled the population of S exton, ,I im also reported seeing Arnie Bra un coming out of Terry-Struec- ker's barber shop with four little red-headed Irishmen in tow. Speaking of children, Sharon Ericson is frantically phoning around in search of a babysitter for her dark-haired, brown-eyed moppets so she and Frank can go out on the town. Algona 's police force is now headed by capable Judy Bowman who is assisted by Deloris Helmers. Al Fosnaugh is head butcher at Fareway. Sandy Bay owns controlling stock in the C0l'P01'aIi0l'l- AIIOIIIBI' bUSiI1eSSmafl. Tom Potter, has made a million and retired to a life of leisure. Judy Plngel is famous locally for the look-alike Easter outfits which she makes for her entire family. J im Adreon is now Kossuth County's National Guard recruiting officer. To escape his clutches, John Bier- stedt fled to Texas where he is now running a cattle ranch with Robert Schmitt and all his 'riches' as ranch hands. Local TV viewers were pleased to see Jon Discoe playing as Zorro in a revival of that old series. Another celebrity, Roger Rochleau, has replaced the peacock for NBC color television. Marv Miller, a famous actor, is on Broadway stage accompanied by Sue LaBarre who is head curtain-puller. Wayne Arndorfer built a multimillion dollar business out of his dairy cow pool. Then Alan Walker developed synthetic milk and Wayne was left holding the bag. Latest reports from the hospital show that Margie Gade, Judy Rovn, and Sara Clark are making a complete mess out of things. Nancy Ditsworth, the Suzy Parker of our time, is well known in New York as a topnotch fashion model and actress. An equally famous celebrity, Judy O'Brien has just received the coveted title of Mrs. America. The world of sports has welcomed several of our class members. Wayne "Rebel" Johnson is resting on his laurels won in world track competition. Gary Davis is his manager. Gorgeous J im Kain, bctter known as "Crusher Kain" is now on tour after winning the national professional wrestling title. Daryl Brayton, as his promoter, is busy "FIXING" fights for him. Pat Kain is presently on a safari in Africa searching for the fierce lost tribe, the OobieJoobies. During his lengthy search, he ran across the thriving mission set up by Sheron Egel. On behalf of the English Department, Carol Hurn recently conducted a successful campaign to rid the English language of the word victuals. Nola Gatton finally met and married that mysterious voice at the other end of her line. Perhaps she was aided by Robbie Hutchins' "Advice to the Love1orn" column which he writes from behind his Admiral's desk. Dennis ,lergenson has finally taken up permanent resi- dence in Minneapolis. Suddenly I realized that Jim hadn't mentioned one very important class member, Judie Strahorn. After a little prodding, he finally confessed that Judie has just been released from reform school and has published a book, "ONE THOUSAND ONE WAYS TO BECOME THE PRINCIP AL'S PAL." After his exhausting discourse, Jim Pratt silently pulled his belt a notch tighter and again dozed off peacefully under his protective covering of the Wall Street J ournaL 33 " -un-:zz 1 ZFWMWWQN tfiif F J' NYM flea. ana Jlvvyv ME? My Q53 44 my 1 X 1 yin Exgiyyfq Lljfwx Manseq yi Z I HQ? M' 1 522 Vfwvf 2 Qwiijggf 63 ig 41 gr Q jim NJ , is miggfd im Gag JW W 6,5 Vg N W WW M fcf E f olwfgf ig 9 ' MMM 25-l,. 5256 gif Q gf N CQ yf gf5?J2"'fQ74Of0 56' ,A 'W MQA Qwjlyam V ik ? s X f Q x Rx Q N 1 S Q' X X X 1" K. Sax 'Q x ,ks A V X W Y R Xkwxfx N.. A AQ 'K 4' Ni X 1 Aww fr-.wx -nw-.muwm A -. 'fi 1 3 ig: 1 1 .,v' Y im af N, ' ggi f mf K ,3 K Q' FV, ,mmf Lag,-.N'fg 'A , 57? . ' fm1wgQx,g6 ' '7,qf'L,i,,7 if ,,. fy , " ' A5 OFFICERS--Cheryl Immerfall, Cindy Hardy, Dick Zweifel, Pat Cowan. JUNIOR CLASS The days when we were frisky freshmen and snappy sophomores are passed. This year we were juniors with a big job to do. Our Homecoming float won first place -- we have a treasure of future ideas, too! With "Palms" leadership, we topped previous Junior classes in money-making at the stand. Other accomplishments were leading in basketball scoring, an immensely success- ful play, and two cheerleaders on the varsity squad. The Juniors were willing to advise anyone on about any subject after all this first-hand experience. We realized a few weak points like school skipping existed, but by graduation in 1960 maybe diese will disappear. NO PICTURE X -s 1.,, .'3,: -,,, ' '- Q NO PICTURE PICTURE v-1 1 Judy Alexander Zulabel Ankenbauer Mary Amdorfer Jeff Atherton Arlo Beitz Betty Berninghaus Janice Bode Tom Brown Judy Christopher Kathryn Churchill Linda Clark Jerry Cowan Pat Cowan Sharon De Groote Philip Egel Sharon Enfield Jason Erherington JoLeen Gardner Jack Gross Dieter Gruner Cindy Hardy Ben Herbst Joe Hoenk Andrew Huff DeAnne Hutchison Cheryl lmmerfall Martha Int'Ve1d Evelyn James Kim Jinho Deal Janell Johnson Robert Kern Jo Ann Klemm Mary Laing Deanna Lau Nancy Leigh David McDonald Michael McNeill Ted McNei11 Judy McVay Tom Macumber Diane Markla Jerry Meyer Jo Ann Mino Jo Ann Muckey Dale Nauman Durwood Nelson Siri Norton Jim Oberwetter- Jerry Ostmm Sandra Parsons David Passmore Don Patton Donna Reefer Gloria Reefer Roger St. John Karen Seiler Marilyn Simpson Jeanie Sires Ann Smith David Steven David Strickler Nancy Strayer Jim Thoreson Ron Tschetter Judith Ukena Murl Walker Pam Waller Midge Williams John Wilson Margaret Yeoman 5 lr an X asf, 4 t , , S w. 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A W. SF Dean Willrett Betty Wickwire Eugene Wittkopf fl' E N ' an Q if . wee' K tw , M . e... mt 3 eff. Mt-kt, 0 "We 'butterfly' to victory." 44 Roger Batt Jerry Beisch Robert Boldridge Larry Bonnett Barbara Brandow Larry Braun Michael Brayton Bill Bruch Darrell Bunkofske Sammy Burtis Sharon Burtis Mary Jane Butterfield Betty Christopher Sandra Cook David Culbertson Johnny Dahlhauser Larry Danielson Don Davidson Lutz Duerr Jane Durant Robert Ellefson Donald Etherington Sheila Fain Katherine Feaster Roger Ferris Jim Finn Bill Fraser Lucille Gade James Gatton Robert Gerber Dennis Graham Garry Graham Wanda Grisham Dennis Hansen Randy Harms X r J r yrr . AAAA4. M - " tv Mi JJ: A MX 1 1 1 '11 Qtr, It afff ,T Qi! H J ev , 'h ' jg 'f -t,, ' rf' s I Y ,, -' riff V' , M K " ' it J ,.., ,, P 1 r .,,.r,,,,.. UW ,, . M L it kt 5325? 'fs flaw 2 ' -g fsau-'fix V Y' akffx f X l.. i X NX X X ' X QNX i Q.. X S X. ,A X XXX is gf ihx X Q ' Lv .Xi X4 X S XX XS S , , Q X'-Q, was XX Q 3 2 N X X X WX N ...., X ws X X .5 - XSS . XR' X51 X Q 2 X s XX i X ,-I: X X NX Xi XX X X. K ' T fl "2g'b9g,.: QE: S X Q Y, Wk :-' ,k X W Qi LN A XXX' XX , . K A gig ,K A - . - S if X ifir .. H i f ,x if X QX, Q X. iw X Yi wg N X X ..:: L 'Q XX X . R- 'X X . S? gakmm wg E' N352 Qi sq? S , Jacquelyn Rowley Gary Rusk Gerald Schuller Susan Schultz Randall Shierk John Sires Paulette Slobe James Stanton John Strayer Rebecca Strayer Charles Streit Bahne Struecker Kenneth Thomason John Walker John Wesley Bfigitta Whittemore Tom Zeigler Don Zittritsch r 4 Qu .J v . -'-.- S v X3'FF"'!" 'ii EIGHTH GR DE 8-1--FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Marcella Lovstad, Judy Kearney, G1enBuchanan, Jane Faber. SECOND ROW: Ruth Boldridge, Janice Estburg, Lola St. John, Kay Agena, Ruth Chantland, Carol De Camp, THIRD ROW: Mr. Stephenson, Kenny Egel, John Scuffham,Bi11 Evers, Danny McConnell, Bill Bartlett, Ed Helm- ers. BACK ROW: Bob Parish, Jim Parsons, Bob Patton, Terry Lweifel, Tom Anderson, Mike Gilbert. 'iv-no-Q-v 'ew- ,ju 35. -" Y gi 8-2--FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mr. Chiquet, Mary Foertsch, John Phillips, Linda Percival, Janice Ringsdorf, Virginia Hedlund. SECOND ROW: Susan Hoover, Marilyn Skow, Caro1Kenyon, Ruth Benschoter, Georgia Rich, Phyllis Scott, Allen Reid. THIRD ROW: Terry Brandow, Marv Eisenbarth, Edwin Bush, Robert Holcomb, Lance Johnson, Gary Colwell. BACK ROW: Teddy Ditsworth, Leonard Pesicka, Gary Kern, Arnie Pedersen, Dennis SL John, Erbie Shipler. EIGHTH GR DE ki' 8-3--FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Joyce Anderson,JudyWil.lret, MikeSlevin, Tom Waller, Mike Kain, F ran- cie Ziegler, Barbara Boyd, SECOND ROW: Mrs. Alberts, Jane Cole, Vicky Marshall, Diane Malueg, Diane Kuhlman, Nancy Apple, Judy Becker. THIRD ROW: Don McBride, Ivan Burtis, Dick Pratt, Don Hutchison, Chuck Oberwetter, Robert Garms. BACK ROW: Bill Wetzel, Jack Williams, Jerry Cook, Mike Wick- liff, Leroy Heinen, Duane Nelson. 8-4--FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Rhonda Brandow, Joan Ward, Sharon Smith, Gary Kelly, John Schutter, Larry Stratton. SECOND ROW: Miss Condon, Louise Hill, Vicki Porter, Ann Rike, Nancy Fosnaugh, Charyl Cook, Sharon Helmers. THIRD ROW: Jerry Parsons, Dennis Leigh, Maynard Shackleford, Kenneth Durant, Alan Holt, Richard Hutchins.'BACK ROW: Kenneth Kern, Dennis Helmke, Bill Specht, Tom Gouge, Dave Skogstrom, Paul Seiler, Billy Baker.. 50 SEVENTH GRADE fm 'li yy.. 1-fl 'Wil L 7-1--FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mary Miller, Suzanne Wibben, Nancy Cole, Barbara Kuchenruether, Lana Gerber, Janet Davis, Carol Thompson. SECOND ROW: Kendra Scely,Sharon Gardner, Vcrdcan Shaw, Nancy Muckey, Phyllis Wiegland, Muriel Littritsch. THIRD ROW: Mr, Olson, Larry Helmers, Gary Nay- lor, Larry Pratt, Clyde Bronson, Donald Beisch. BACK ROW: David Discoc, Donald Schmitt, Charles Jcrgenson, Walter Rich, Joel McNeill, David Jensen, James Johnson. 7-2--FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Kathryn Pratt, Marlys Lupkes, Kent Immerfall, Kay Moulton, Terry Havenstein, Roxanne Rees. SECOND ROW: Miss Johnson, Mary Sigsbee, Marcia Angle, Rosann Madsen, Delthea Shierk, Patty Price, Jeri Ruark, Rosalie Hahn. THIRD ROW: Vernon Abbas, Nathan Strayer, Kenny Mills, Norman Stewart, Richard Steven, Marlyn Struecker, Dennis Christenson. BACK ROW: Paul Smith, Lloyd Hill, James Abbot, Richard Slobe. 51 SEVENTH GR DE 7-3--FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Anne Segar, Sally Steele, Jodie Chally, Karen Gronbach, Doug David- son, Kenneth Egel, Patty Thompson. SECOND ROW: Gretchen Deim, Patty Schulz, Diane Riley, Carole Koepke, Judy Nauman, Trudy Bartholomew, Colleen Lawson, Marian Braun. THIRD ROW: Mr. Meyer, Tom Teeter, Gregg Arrowood, William Steinman, Elmer Alt, John Clark. BACK ROW: J arnes Shipler, John Jennings, David Wildren, Ernest Thilges, Lamont Wegner. 'I-4--FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Dianna Rentz, Corliss Rupp, Sigwel Wood, Sally Scobba,Judy Munger 1 Judy ChurchilL SECOND ROW: Miss Zumach, Suzanne Moore, Jeanette Vigdal, Patricia Kenyon, Pat- ricia Reilly, Marlene Heinen. THIRD ROW: Richard Balk, Herbert Hobbs, Rebecca Wetzel, Marian Broes- der, Becky Redemske, Dennis Voigt. BACK ROW: Carrol Sabin, Jerry Pilcher, David Hovey, Bruce Sun- det, Roy .T ohnson. 52 SEVENTH G R DE 7-5--FRONT ROW, Left toRig,ht: Ioan Rich, Marilyn Black, Jerry Raney, Eileen Lawson, Berry Holt, Joan Post, SECOND ROW: Carolyn Sabin, Marilyn Miller, Carole Ethcrington, Linda Sharp, Sandy Minard, Berry Weber, Lorraine Hamilton. THIRD ROW: Mr. Hobbie, Douglas Jergenson, Clay Mowers, Brian Atherton, Doug Barr, Roger Long. BACK ROW: Dave Hanselman, Bill Kern, Tim Vipond, Dave Humph- rey, Dave Sparks. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Kay Moulton, Linda Percival, Vicki Porter, Lana Gerber. SECOND ROW: Coleen Lawson, Sally Steele, Patty Price, Charyl Cook, Kay Agena, Jodie Chally, Carol Kenyon.THIRD ROW: Marilyn Black, Nancy Muckey, Barb Kuchenruether, Judy Munger, Sharon Smith, Jane Faber, Judy Willrett, Janice Ringsdorf, Ruth Benschoter. FOURTH ROW: Joan Post, Trudy Bartho1mcw,Jeanette Vigdahl, Sally Scobba, Eileen Lawson, Patty Schultz, Judy Churchill, Marilyn Skow. FIFTH ROW: Bctty Holt, Pat Reilly, Gretchin Deim, Suzanne Wibben, Carol Etherington, Marilyn Miller, Judy Becker. BACK ROW: Phyllis Scott, Diane Kuhlmann, Sharon Helmers, Judy Kearney, Virginia Hed1und,Joan Ward,JOyCC Anderson, Barb Boyd. 53 E FOOTBALL TEAM CHEERLEADERS: Kay Moulton, Linda Percival, Vicki Porter, Lana Gerber 1? HOMECOMING FLOAT 54 Y X A i Ass S? .. -5 -. Q 5 i N, qx ww ifkiw i Xxgxg- ,X- SL 15 X Q A X, X A S. X X Q .N F 'X we Sw X 5, ' A '5l5'Ii'ffQ " 7 f,.X,N,, f- ,, 232 ' 'fl ' 72Yf',M ' 'yt , . ,V , , .x Vw Z , ,J ' ,QQ , ,, Mmyg 3 JZ' f iii' 3,45 SPORTS FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Bob Kern, Robbie Hutchins, Wayne Johnson, Marv Miller, Al Fosnaugh, .Tim Kain. SECOND ROW: Gary Peer, Bill Sigsbee, Rob Percival, Terry Ringsdorf, Gary Graham, Randy Harms, ,T ack Vi- pond. BACK ROW: Gary Angle, Lennie Funk, DennyRich- ie, Dick Heinen, Dean Willrett, Jim Richardson, Bob Boldridge. Although the Bulldog gridmen suffered through another winless season, they never ceased in their efforts to improve. But the Bulldog forces did succeed in giving Iowa Falls, the conference champions a torrid battle before succumbing 20-13. The Bulldogs placed two men, center Joel Harris and quarterback Wayne J' ohn- son on both the .Tck North and l.D.P.A. all-state honor rolls. Things look on the brighter side for Coach Shugarts' Bulldogs as both the Junior High and Freshman-Sophomore teams com- piled winning seasons. Jgn Joel Co-Captain -f Q ts T FOOT Pat ,T ason Bob J eg-ry DM LETTER Bob 56 Gary Reb Robbie Co-captain Marv ALL lim Jerry Ron EN ', im FRONT ROW, Left toRight: Joel Harris, Ion Discoe, Tom Potter, Pat Kain, Jerry Manser, Jim Moxley, Gary Rich. SECOND ROW: Steve Miller, Ron Tschetter, Jerry Meyer, Jerry Ostrum, Iasonlitherington, Jim Oberwetter, Glenn Johnson, Jim Thoreson. BACK ROW: Jim Pickett, Gary Rusk, Bob Hagg, Eddie Pratt, Denny Waller, David Ste- Tom vens, Jeff Atherton. SEASON STANDING Emmetsburg Hampton Clear Lake Clarion Iowa, Falls Humboldt Webster City Eagle Grove Dean Jack Algona. Opponent 0 42 0 21 13 27 0 27 13 20 6 40 0 67 7 21 57 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Joel Harris, Wayne Johnson, Pat Kain, Robbie Hutchins, Jerry Cowan, John Gilbert, SECOND ROW: Bob Post, Larry Klein, Robert Heinen, Robert Percival, Charles Streit, Gary Peer, Coach Duvall, BASKETBALL Although Algona had an unsuccessful season this year, it had several bright spots. Not the least of these was an unexpected win over Tech High of Des Moines at the annual Holiday Sports Night. Since four underclassmen finished out the year as regulars, Coach George Duvall is look- ing forward to having an exceptionally experienced team next season. 58 I. E T I W ayne T E R b M E N Robbie 1081 Rob Jerry Dick 59 Q , fb .ak v , X 323 get' Qu- 5 fi 3 Qs. xv.. 2? 5 A153 J 5' 01 Y? X, . ' ar Q ' . , 5 Q xx X'kf.,. f ' K 'E x 3 xx 6 ' ' 'M 'BV' ' "a . f ., 'I A 1 - - xx" Mx , . va- Q P i 1 v ar If , gh kg ge x , I , I Q ,. 5 -.,, 'Q J A a 'U 5-if FRONT ROW: Ron Gerber, John Sires, Gene Wittkopf, B111 Bourne, Larry Klein, Denny Waller. BACK ROW: Dean Willrett, Gary Peer, Robert Heinen, Robert Percival, Charles Streit, Doug Meding Coach Stephenson. FRESH.-SOPH. 1 , y 6 I FIRST ROW, Left to Right: George Balluff, Orlan Steil, Terry Ringsdorf, Arnold Braun, Jason Etherington, Jim Richardson, I erry Seiler, Jim Kain, Gary Rich. SECOND ROW: Bob Kern, John Spencer, Dennis Graham, Daryl Brayton, Bill Sigsbee, Gary Angle, David Long, .Tack Vipond, Jerry Pirlgel. .Terry Ostrum. BACK ROW: Roger Ferris, ,T im Pickett, Bob Ellefson, Jim Ober- wetter, Garry Graham, Dmnis Richey, Gary Priebe, Eugene Harbour, Steve Miller, David Hicks, Coach Martin. WRESTLING The grapplers had a rough and tumble season this year, facing several "weighty" problems. Although the season's record was unimpressive, theteam ranked second in the conference and was represented at the state tournament by Jason Etherington and J im Kain. Jase captured the runner- up title in his weight class. Having lost only two boys from the first team, Coach Martin is looking forward to a wonderful season for Algona next year. 62 'TQ 0 , V k 1 SEASON RECORD Britt Clarion Blue Euth Des Moines Tech Eagle Grove Hampton Iowa Falls Mankato Algona Opponents 6 34 26 17 17 22 19 23 21 18 26 11 9 26 21 23 JASON ETHERINGTON 2nd in State Wrestling Meet l. HM KAIN 2nd in District Wrestling Meet 1' FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Robbie Hutchins, Wayne Johnson, Marv Miller, J on Discoe, Joel Harris, Jerry Cowan, Jerry Ostrum, .T im Oberwetter, Jeff Atherton. SECOND ROW: Gary Angle, Steve Miller, Rob Percival, .T im Richardson, Terry Ringsdorf, Dean Willrett, Bill Sigsbee, Denny Waller, Gary Peer, Fred Churchill. BACK ROW: Gary Rusk, Gary Preibe, .T im Stanton, Gary Graham, Bob Gerber,J' ack Vipond, Lennie Funk, Bob Boldridge, Chuck Streit. TRACK For the second straight year the Bulldogs made a good showing in the state meet. Six boys helped Algona to a tenth place finish. They were: Garry Davis,J on Discoe, Wayne Johnson, Jerry Cowan, Dieter Gruner, and J'im'Oberwetter. The 440 relay team of Discoe, Cowan, Gruner,a.nd Oberwetterran a fine 46.1, but failed to place. Johnson swept the 100 and 220 yard dashes, setting a record in the latter. Oberwetter also placed tenth in the mile rim. 66 Afraid to show your 1egs??? Goin' Fishin' I I I BUT LOOK WHAT WE WON! 67 -M . ,. , .. . .. A .. ,, ,, , Z , TV. V. , , , 7,7 ,..,, .....----wfrf-NW Y7.-.,,,. I Jn' I I 1 E s l 68 SEASON RECORD Algona 1 14 Z! 3 Algona 94 Eagle Grove Triangular Spencer Relays Estherville Relays District Meet Conference Meet State Meet W CONFERENCE CHAMPION Burt Emmetsburg 3rd 6th 2nd 4th 4th 10th 49 1f3 '78 C18 teamsj Q 6 teams! Q '7 teams! Q 8 teamsl Q48 teamsb STATE CHAMPION CONFERENCE CHAMPION QW' 69 7:0Jv7::-4 IOEL I ON MARV GARRY WAYNE JIM DIETER 70 JERRY r FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Coach Palmer, Larry Klein, .Toe I-Ioenk, Paul Christoffers, Ben Herbst, Ron Tschetter, Dick Zweifel, Dale McBride. BACK ROW: Bill Bourne, Earl Routh, Bob Ellefson, Bob Hagg, Doug Medin, Larry Kuchenreuther, Steve Ostrum, Randy Shierk, J im Picket, Mike Brayton, Terry Hobbs, John Sires. TENNIS The Algona tennis team upheld its truimphant record this year being defeated by Fort Dodge only, one of the best teams in the state. The team consisted of one senior, four juniors, and two sophomores Dick Zweifel was trainer. In the District matches, ,Toe Hoenk won second place which gained a medal for Algona. Ben Herbst and J' oe were defeated by the same opponent in the finals. 72 ,f v- ng x. , x Nkkb-,Nk.:7. ax- .Q--14 -Q. 'tw- v H. ' ig?" ug , Q i 12 ii L I 'Gs -A nv . ,,1,,.,Q,,W fix., i n 251, 9 .Pg ' i , if X Ski: Q: M, X ' E P M A. ,Q x. Q' if -k'. .2541 51 , g,w,,,,, ., W A ii, K gmt f. q mg E aw X ,,, 19 fffllsi if . im g I W xqdsxnilxi 4 'm- E ,A 1' , ...,.,,.,....x., mn- Q. it vw u fa, 2 1513, 4' .' -Z, QE , 1 LQ? Q am, f: A 1-,wfffff if .Q .5 , 43. I 3 ff . fa fa ,I ,Q QA , hm Q3 A v g,,,Q -'QA , 12- , X my .zmwge ,H . , 1 War Palm? HARDER! ! ! Scared Connie? A strike no doubt! GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS Where am I ?!?! FRESH-SOPH CHEERING SQUAD--BOTTOM ROW,Left to Right: Kathy Bay, Sheila Fain. TOP ROW: Nancy Lowman, Patrie Priebe. The Varsity Cheerleading Squa.d's purpose was promoting pep for AHS. Fourveterans, Sue LaBarre, Pam Waller, Linda Smith, and Pat Cowan were assisted by altemares Judy Gerber and Sandi Cook. They kept the crowd cheering whether the team was win- ning or lagging behind. 78 VARSITY SKITS ' K 151 -Q 'I-tink k vu k 5, . my .. X.wws.MN,. sax x . M s ,K A S t 5 t rsh - N ,fy lSLgfix q - A ws K Q if k ' 9 4 Q- w ,gf 0 ,, , , if . 1 . ,5w,, S . " xf"f S we " .X., A K' SX S , , .X 'ws S.. N a"9 vw 4 av in x. ,Q S I 1 ORGANIZATIONS 92 Q X . 3 , X x 1 'S 1 X ,-ff' I A u 4 d,. EDITOR MANAGER Carole Wittkopf John Oakland ASSISTANT EDITOR PHOTOGRAPHER ASSISTANT EDITOR Pam Porter Judy Strahorn Sandra Phillips ADVISERS Mr. Chiquet and Miss Gannon 82 X , This year the Seniors again set out to publish that traditional "biggest and best annual ever." Unda.unted by missing money, ruined lay-out sheets,a.nd a few "minor" mishaps, we managed to meet our deadline. A lot of time and hard work has gone into these pages. We're proud of our '59 Bulldog. Hope you like it! Any book will tell you the Seniors won the jalopy race. 'Buy an annual . wg, 4, , CHQ' ZW' Aff NDP! 'r Annual cops At least you weren't one. Or were you? Where 's my fourteen dollars? OFFICERS --Linda Smith, .Toel Harris, Dick Zweifel, Carol Shore. FIRST ROW: Judy O-Brien, Pam Waller, Linda Smith, Jeanette Bjustrom, Carol Shore. BACK ROW: BenHerbst, Dick Zweifel, Joel Harris, Pat Kain, Michael McNeill, Ron Tschetter. FIRST ROW: Sandra Cook, Brigetta Whittemore, Rose- Mary Medin, Karen Alt. SECOND ROW: Lynn Kueck, Gary Rich, Lee Lawson, Randy Harms, Gary Angle. 85 STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council again assumed a leading role in the government and welfare of the student body. The council this year helped to establish the "Dress Right" code and the first Algona chapter of the National Honor Society. The council's two charity projects, the Christ- mas families and the Kossuth County Retarded Child- ren, netted nearly two hundred fifty dollars. The money was raised by numerous sock-hops, a talent show and the faculty-student council basketball QHITIC. At the districfconvention, Algona replaced out- going President Joei Harris w ith two capable mem- bers of the local council in other offices. Lee Lawson was elected to the State Cabinet and Ben Herbst to the District Cabinet. Due to the excellent co-operation of the admin- istrationand the guidance of our energetic sponsor, Mr. Alberts, the Algona High School Student Council once again recorded a successful year. SPONSOR Mr. Alberts i Y? C"'I.'- VCT' ges- Q-F Q Q1 fha 3 1""ign11' . sg' Es? Qi NK 1, ,, is fi, s K Q A 2 i' 1 FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Michae1McNeil1, Mary Broesder, Bi11Bourne, Mariana Steele. SECOND ROW: Pam Waller, Janice Bode, Karen Alt. THIRD ROW: Jean Bjustrom, Vema Schmidt, Carole Witt- kopf, Cheryl Immerfall. BACK ROW: Sue LaBarre, Sandra Phillips, Joel Harris, Pam Porter. NATIONAL HONCJR SOCIETY Achapter of the National Honor Society was established in Algona this year. Eight seniors, four juniors, and three sophomores met the right requirements for membership based on scholarship, chara.cter, leadership, and service. This club, humorously nick- named "the eggheads, " will work to further scholastic achievement. In the spring, they supported a banquet for all honor roll students. 86 O fs OFFICERS--Janice Bode , Cheryl Immerfall, Pam Waller, Michael McNeill. FACULTY COMMITTEE SOCIETY MEMBERS SPONSOR Mrs. Kelley 87 P FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Pam Waller, Sue LaBarre, Linda Smith, Pat Cowan. SECOND ROW: Sandy Cook, Pam Porter, Mariana Steele, Emma Finley, Jo Ann Mino, Judy Gerber. THIRD ROW: Karen Schultz, Susan Porter, Sheron Egel, Joyce Huenhold, Margie Gade, Carol Shore, Sandy Bay. FOURTH ROW: Paulette Slobe, Kathy Feaster, Marianna Rieken, Claudia Ruark, Maradee Lenz, Pat Schneider, Louise Skow, Jean Keith. FIFTH ROW: Carol Richman, Rebecca Strayer, Carolyn Rochleau, Janice Bode, Ann Smith, Marilyn Simpson, Karen Seiler. BACK ROW: Sheila F ain, Patty Priebe, Kathy Bay, Nancy Lowman. PEP CLUB Pep Club has done much to boost the school spirit and support the teams. Besides attending all the home basketball games and wrestling meets, we attended five out-of -town events. Surely everybody has noticed our addition to the halls and our artistic hoops. Although we have had a few mishaps, Cbroken hoops and flashcard mix-upsh, Pep Club has had a very successful year. OFFICERS: Emma Finley, Mariana Steele, Pam Porter, Jo Ann Mino. 88 ,...--l 4 A... -A 4 ,- FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Judy O'Brien, Sandy Hakes, Glenda Gabrielson, Judy Rovn,Midge Williams, Sheryl McNeill, Jean Rovn, Jean Bjustrom. SECOND ROW: Karen Alt, Tish Thompson. Rosemary Medin, Roberta Schwendemann, Mary Misbach, Carol Hurn. THIRD ROW: Trudy Olsen, Penny Johnson, Mary Broesder, Natalie Boldridge, Sherry Read, JoAnn Muckey. FOURTH ROW: Judy Adreon, Roxanne Shackelford, Zulabel Ankenbauer, Mary Boldridge, Karen Haase. BACK ROW: Cindy Hardy, Sharon DeGroote, Siri Norton, Charlene LaBarre, Barbara Reinders, Carole CADETTES the half of every home basketball game. FRONT ROW: Judie Strahorn, Mrs. Moxley Linda Hansen. BACK ROW: Jeannie Sires, Judy Johnson. 89 Since this organization's creation three years ago it has increased in size and ability. From the bi-weekly practices emerged a group of girls who deserved the applause that rang out for them. Even such mishaps as shoes Flying off, zippers breaking, pom-poms coming apart, and stockings falling down failed to unnerve them as they executed their intricate rou tines. Accompanied by the Pep Band, they performed during FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Pat Kain, Gary Davis, Tom Potter, Marv Miller, Joel Harris, Wayne Johnson, Jon Discoe, Paul Christoffers. SECOND ROW: ,Tim Kain, Jim Stevens, Jerry Ostrum, Jerry Mauser, Al- bert Fosnaugh, Bob Kern, .Tlason Etherington, David Stevens. THLRD ROW: Wayne Arndorfer, Don Patton, .Tim Richardson, Dean Willrett, Leonard Funk, Dick Heinen, Phil Egel. FOURTH ROW: Bob Percival, J ack Vipond, Ben Herbst, Dick Zweifel, RonTschetter,IoeHoenk, ,Terry Seiler, Orland Steil. BACK ROW: Deiter Gruner, Jerry Cowan, Gary Rich, J' im Oberwetter, Steve Miller, Larry Klein, Gene Wittkopf. "A" CLUB The "A" Club is composed of athletes who have lettered, in any sport offered in the high school. They are easily recognizable by the big red "A" on their letter jackets. This year the club sponsored a Holiday Sports Night during the Christmas vacation in which our basketball team upset strong Des Moines Tech, and our wrestlers put up a tough fight before falling. OFFICERS SPONSOR Pat Kgin MI. Shugart .Tim Kain Wayne J' ohnson 90 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Verna Schmidt, Sandra Phillips, ,T ack Gross, Linda Clark, Kathryn Churchill. SECOND ROW: Barbara Lau, Sharon Egel, Pam Porter, Nancy Ditsworth, Becky Strayer, Janice Koepke, Deanne Hutchison. BACK ROW: F rank Hagg, Bill Hill, J' erry Ostrum, Gary Rich, Kim DeaL The Art Club held monthly noon meetings this year. After an informal luncheon, we discussed and criticized our individual artistic projects. President, Sandra Phillips was assisted by Secretary Linda Clark and Vice-President J ack Gross. Miss Condon con- tributed to the fine time shared by all who have an active interest in art. ART AWARD WINNERS--Gary Kelly, Sandra Phillips, ,T ack Gross. 91 SPONSOR Miss Condon FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Verna Schmidt, Carole Wittkopf, Jeanette B justrom, P aul Christof- fers, Judie Strahorn, Sue La Barre, Marvin Miller, Joel Harris. SECOND ROW: Sara Clark, Carole Shore, Margie Gade, Patricia Thompson, Linda Hansen, Joyce Huenhold, Mariana Steele, Roxanne Shackelford, Sharon Ericson. THIRD ROW: John Oakland, Roberta Schwendemann, Har- riet Benschoter, Rita Rich, Linda Clark, Emma Finley, Sharon Bilyeu, Clara Hansen, Ann Steven FOURTH ROW: Karen Alt, Mary Broesder, Jim Stanton, Jim Finn, Bill Bruch, Steve Ostrum, Ann Smith, Janice Bode. BACK ROW: Barbara Reinders, Nancy Lowman, Char La Barre, Connie Munger, Deanna Lau, Siri Norton, Wayne Johnson. CAMERA CLUB Camera Club is one of the more specialized organizations in our school, its main attraction is a convenient excuse to get out of study hall to go to the darkroom. The members were quite active, as shown by the number of cameras broken, film exposed, and chemicals spilled. This year the club's major project was taking, developing, and printing pictures for the annual. OFFICERS - -Jean B justrom, Paul SPONSOR Christoffers, Judie Strahorn. M r, Naibert 92 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Albert Fosnaugh, Mavis Gould, Patti Hedlund, ,T im Stevens. BACK ROW: Larry Cook, Gerald Etherington, Dennis Jergenson. D,E.C.A. The Algona chapter of Distributive Education Clubs of America has contributed much to our purpose of preparing well-adjusted, ernployable citizens in the distributive fields for our com- munity. One'of our success stories this year was the buying, promoting, and selling of "Bulldog" desk calendars which helped offset the expenses of sending our D.E.C.A. club to the state conven- tion at Des Moines. Special thanks should begiven to Diamond's Surplus, Penney 's, Kossuth Motors, S and L, Bjustrom's Furniture, Cook's Radiator Repair, and the Fareway Store who participated in our training program this year by furnishing actual on-the-job training situations to supple- ment our distributive classes. SPONSOR- -Mr. Kramer OFFICERS--Mavis Gould, Al Fos- naugh, Dennis Iorgenson, Patti Hedlund. 93 FRONT ROW, Left to Right:SiriNorton,JeanSires, Marianna Steele, Pat Cowan, Pam Waller, Pam Porter, Sharon DeGroote. BACK ROW: Cindy Hardy, Sheron Egel, Tish Thompson, Carol Shore, Sue La Barre, Midge Williams. F D To Ar Future Teachers of America was formed in February. With the primary pur- pose to learn about the teaching profession, the organization is concerned with teaching opportunities, important responsibilities in our democracy. The club hasn't been too active yet, but the organization's framework was esta- blished and senior members attended the Iowa State Teacher's College Career Day. F .T.A. has a good start for next year. ff' OFFICERS--Jeannie Sires, Pam Wal- SPONSOR ler, Pam Porter, Pat Cowan. Mr. Meyer 94 ,4 F3 FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Dennis Graham, Wayne Arndorfer, Michae1McNei11, Jim Kain, Alan Walk- er, Bob Arend, Daniel Skow, Jim Pingel. SECOND ROW: Lawrence Meskimen, Gary Priebe, Marvin Broesder, Roger Rochleau, Orland Steil, Don Patton, Murl Walker, Bob Gerber. THIRD ROW: John Moore, Donald Etherington, George Balluff, Daryl Brayton, Gary Rich, John Spencer, Jerry Pinge1,T6ffY H0bbS- BACK ROW: Larry Braun, Donald Madson, Gerald Schuller, Sammy Burtis, Lynn Kueck, Ted McNeil, Dale Nauman, Jerry Seiler. OFFICERS--Daniel Skow, Wayne F.F.A. The Algona Chapter of the Future Farmers of America had a successful year with its various teams. In soil judging, our team placed fourth at the Humboldt District Contest. Other awards captured during trips were a silver award in extemporaneous speaking by Alan Walker and a bronze award by Wayne Arndorfer at the District Con- vention at Titonka. The dairy cattle judging team participated in thedairyCatt1eCongress at Waterloo. Arndorfer, Bob Arend, Mike Mc- SPONSOR Neill, Iim Kain, Alan Walker. 95 Mr. Sefrit N. -s. mm 2 1-sy. , .. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Judy Johnson, Lucille Gade, Elaine McKee, Barbara Lau, Kathy Bay, Charlene LaBarre, Connie Munger, Louise Skow, Janice Koepke. SECOND ROW: Sharon Bilycu, Carolyn Rochleau, P at Schneider, Karen Schultz, Emma Finley, Penny Johnson, Bev War- ner, Donna Patton, Jane Durant, Becky Strayer. THIRD ROW: Susan Schultz, Barb Brandow, Jackie Rowley, Sheila Fain, Mary Misbach, Marianna Reiken, Kathy Feaster, Joyce Reibhoff, Cheryl Norris, Marjorie Henderson, Marjorie Holdren. FOURTH ROW: Bev Johnson, Hardgrove, Sharon Scott, Ruth VanBuren, Jean Rovn, Sandy Cook, Mary Butterfield, Sandy Hakes, Glenda Gabrielson, Sherry Read. BACK ROW: Connie Arndorfer, Judy Naylor, Natlie Boldridge, Brigitta Whittemore, Mary Broesder, Roberta Schwendemann, AnneSteven, Betty Wickwire, Mara- dee Lenz. F.H. . SPONSOR "Opportunities in the Homemaking Field." Mrs. Collier 96 This was one of the most successful years the Algona Chapter of FJ-I A has ever had. Karen Alt was elected State Secretary at the AnnualState Con vention held in Des Moines. Our monthly meetings centered around the theme FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Carole Wittkopf, Kathryn Churchill, Linda Smith, Cindy Hardy, Mrs. Collier, Carol Shore, Sandy Bay, Karen Alt, Verna Schmidt. SECOND ROW: Judy Strahorn, Sue LaBarre, Judy O'Brien, Margie Gade , Sharon Ericson, Roxanne Shackelford, Joyce Huenhold, Patricia Thompson, Mariana Steele, Judy Rovn. THIRD ROW: Mary Arndorfer, Donna Reefer, Karen Seiler, Evelyn James, JoAnn Klemm, JoAnn Mino, Margaret Yeoman, Cheryl Immerfall, Barbara Bartlett, Cheryl McNeill. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Leigh,ZulabelAnkenba.uer,Ann Smith, Diane Markla, Myrna Mino, Wanda Grisham, Sharon Scott, Maxine Helmers. Carol Richman. BACK ROW: Betty Berninghaus, Judy Alexander, Deanne Hutchison, Sharon DeGroote, Siri Norton, Alice Patterson, J unadel Leib, Sara Clark. F.H. At the beginning of the year, the officers edited a handbook containing the F.H.A. rituals and club organization. Charity projects included collecting old magazines and making cookies for the County Home in addition to contributing meat for the needy Christ- f11.s1 '111l bh ' mas am y me We a remem en osesessms oFF1cERs--Linda Smith, char Laearre, Karen An Carol Shore, Kathy Bay, KathyChurchi1l,CindyHardy in the kitchen during refreshment time. NOT PICTURED: Sandy Bay' 97 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Rosemary Medin, Trudy Olsen, Nancy Lowman, Char LaBarre, Connie Munger, Louise Skow. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Stuart, Karen Hasse, Susan Porter, Bar- bara Reinders, Patty Preibe, Kathy Bay. THIRD ROW: Jackie Rowley, Sheila F ain, Mary Mis- bach, Marianna Rieken, Jean Keith, Joyce Rieboff, Kathy Feaster. FOURTH ROW: Phyllis Hard- grove, Sharon Scott, Ruth Van Buren, Jeanne Rovn, Sandra Cook, Patty Peterson, Mary Jane Butterfield. BACK ROW: Brigitta Whittemore, Clara Hansen, Karen Alt, Linda Gilchriest, Mary Broesder, Roberta Schwendemann, Pauline McMahon. G.R.A. One of the most active groups in our high school is the Girls' Recreation Association. It develops sportsmanship and interest in athletics as well as providing wholesome leisure acti- vities for the girls. The first business on the G.R.A. calendar is the initiation of new members. The goal of each member is to work toward their G.R.A. emblem or letter. An indication of their many activities is the long list of projects which the G.R.A. under- takes: the sponsorship of girls' intramurals, activity nights, the Sports Dance and sock hops, the annual picnic in the fall, and playdays with surrounding towns. Miss Hays, sponsor of G.R.A., and officers are responsible for the successful administra- tion of the organization. Get recreationally acquainted with G.R.A. 98 I sg' X 'Rai FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Judie Strahorn, Marg Gade, Pam Waller, Sue La Barre, Pat Thomp- son, Carole Wittkopf, Linda Hansen. SECOND ROW: Jean Bjustrom, Judy Rovn, Carol Shore, Judy O'Brien, Joyce Huenhold, Mariana Steele, Roxanne Shackelford, Sharon Ericson. THIRD ROW: Kathy Churchill, Evelyn James, Zulabel Ankenbauer, Diane Markla., Sandy Bay, Pam Porter, Linda Smith. FOURTH ROW: Pat Cowan, Ann Smith, Janice Bode, Judith Ukena, Sandy Hakes, Glennda Gabrielson, Maradee Lenz. BACK ROW: Deanna Lau, Jeanne Sires, Cindy Hardy, Midge Williams, Sharon DeGroote, Sherry Reed, Barb Bartlett. GR. . OFFICERS--Sue LaBarre, Marge SPONSOR Gade, Pam Waller, Pat Thompson, Miss Hays Carole Wittkopf. 99 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Sandra Parsons, Joyce Opheim, Judy Alexander, Verna Schmidt, Ruth Erickson, Nola Gatton. SECOND ROW: Phyllis Metzen, JoAnn Klemm, Judy McVay, Judy Adreon, Judy Bowman, Delores Helmers. BACK ROW: Nancy Strayer, Janice Benson, Martha Int'Ve1d, Mary Laing, Mavis Gould, Zulabel Ankenbauer. F.I3.L.A. F.B.L.A. was quite active this year.Wehe1d candy sales and a car wash to help pay expenses for the state convention which was held in Cedar F ails. We worked on a plate-designing scheme to make money for our club. 5 . f - SPONSOR OFFICERS--V ema Schmidt, Rum Erick- Miss Gannon son, Nola Gatton, Judy Adreon, Judy Alexander. 100 LIBRARIANS FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Frank Hagg, Sara Clark, Verna Schmidt, Joyce Opehirn, Judie Strahorn. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Henderson, Judy Johnson, Linda Clark, Diane Markla, Delores Pugsley, Pauline McMahon. BACK ROW: Darrell Bunkofske, Mary Boldridge, Joyce Van De Walker, Doris Pugsley, Terry Farnstrom. VISUAL AIDS V7 1-T.. Ll D FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Gary Rich, Larry Cook, Alan Walker, John Oakland, Paul Christof- fers. SECOND ROW: Terry Ringsdorf, Jerry Ostrum, Don Patton, Bil1Bruch, Steve Ostrum, Jim Finn. THIRD ROW: Carl Danielson, Dean Willrett, Steve Miller, Bob Post, Jerry Pingel, Darrell Bunkofske. BACK ROW: David Long, Terrylfarnstrom, G1ennJohnson,Jerry Gade, Dennis Richey, Ronald Gardner, Tom Macumber. 'lOl 102 X W X . .ix MUSIC , 3 X .nr 'l"As Is!:L'f ' 0 Vw-w g ,Rai y .M HX. i 4 W , 'vX , , v K ' 4 ff ' M . 'ikfig'-Q , 1, 1 .H in jf 5 ,ff M , s ' 4' ,, . ' f W W., v4 ,Eff ,, , -2 ,I ' Ay, V , Q f . . -1 at f sf, . W V7 fan km R, Ma.. 'ft 4, HSM e' 'MEIN J,.. 4 N' ' 7' aff: ii Aw n -. -:-Smfg :L X f, W-V F95 35? Q Q X :FS . AAQQLQ . . Y . 2 MARC!-HNG BAND Long hours of marching practice really paid off for the band this year. The band provided excellent half -time programs during the football season and finally got to march in front of the horses in the Armistice Day Parade. Algona also had the first marching hula-hoops. 105 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Sharon Ericson, .T udy O'Brien, Judy Gerber, Sandy Hakes. SECOND ROW: Pam Waller, Louise Skow, Joyce Riebhoff, Glennda Gabrielson, Mariana Steele, Joyce Huenhold, Beverly Warner,Luci11e Gade. THIRD ROW: Barbara Bartlett, Cindy Hardy, Jackie Rowley, Barbara Brandow, Evelyn James, Robert Gerber, Deanna Lau, Lee Lawson, Sherry Read, Ron Tschetter, Jim Stanton. FOURTH ROW: Julie Vipond, Midge Williams, Carolyn Ste- wart, Alice Paterson, Ann Stevens, Sharon Scott, Elaine McKee, J' uneadele Lieb, Pat F rankl, Jason Etherington, Sandra Phillips, Maradee Lenz, Kathryn Churchill, Daryl Brayton. BACK ROW: Mr. Guster, Sharon DeGroote, Jim Kain, Fred Churchill, David Passmore. CONCERT This year, Gus's fourteenth, was a big one for the Algona High School Band. Its main project was a trip to Wyoming inJu1y. Both Gus and the band members worked hard with their bake sales, candy sales, skating party, and other money-making projects which helped to make the trip a big success. 106 bgssif :yi FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Rosemary Medin, Ann Smith, Mary Misbach, Barbara Reinders. SEC- OND ROW: John Wilson, Carole Wittkopf, Mary Butterfield, Susan Schultz, Margaret Yeoman, Sandra Bay, John Oakland. THIRD ROW: Gene Wittkopf, Chuck Streit, Mike Brayton, Karen Haase, John Platt, Patti Preibe, Kathy Bay, Harriet Benschoter, Don Davidson, Bill Bourne. FOURTH ROW: Ben Herbst, Marv Miller, Gary Kesting, Gary Rusk, Jim Pickett, Zulabel An- kenbauer, Earl Routh, Dale McBride, Marilyn Simpson, Paul Christoffers. BACK ROW: Roger Ferris, Linda Tague, Nancy Lowman, Char LaBarre, Cheryl Immerfall, Paulene McMahon. BAND The band also worked very hard performing for the public in its Spring Concert in April and exchange concert at Webster City which is an annual con- ference trip. 107 TROMBONE QUARTET2 Daryl Brayton, Gary Kesting, Marv Miller, Ben I-Ierbst. TYMPANI SOLOIST: Sharon De Groote, DIRECTOR: Mr. Guster 108 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Cheryl Imrnerfall, Sharon Ericson, Judy Gerber, Joyce Riebhoff, Jackie Rowley, Joyce Huenhold, Mariana Steele. SECOND ROW: Linda Tague, Pauline McMahon, Sandra Phillips, Deanna Lau, Bob Gerber,Gene Wittkopf, Pat Frankl. THIRD ROW: John Oakland, Sandra Bay, Gary Kesting, Ben Herbst, Kathryn Churchill. FOURTH ROW: Bill Bourne, Paul Christoffers, Don Davidson, Dale McBride, Marilyn Simpson. BACK ROW: David Passmore, Mr. Guster. PEP I3 ND Don't be alarmed! The weird sounds that drifted from the annex every Monday during sixth period was only the Pep Band practicing. Who will ever forget the Pep Band's rendition of such immortal selections as "Lollipop" and "Peg 'O My Heart"? Incidentally, did Ben every buy a jacket? 109 LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathryn Churchill, Margaret Yeoman, Mary Laing, Pam Waller, Linda Smith .T anice Bode, Barbara Reinders, Judy Gerber, Rosemary Medin, Joyce Riebhoff, Pat Schneider Sharon De Groote, Judy Rovn. SYM DHONETTES This year the Symphonettes gave numerous performances before apprecia- tive audiences in Algona. Although it is a small organization, the girls in this group are very versatile and musically talented. Included in their 1958-1959 repertoire were such numbers as: "Lullaby of Bird1and," "Soft Summer Breeze," "Too Young," and "Sleigh Ride." H0 B A S T I E N ACCOMPANIST , Pam Wallet B A S T N N DIRECTOR, Mr - A I! FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Siri Norton, Linda Smith, Pam Waller, Mary Laing, J anell Johnson, Midge Williams, Jean Keith, Margaret Yeoman, MaradeeLenz.SECOND ROW: Barbara Reinders, Cindy Hardy, Linda Gilchriest, Kathy Bay, Judy Gerber, Cheryl Immerfall, Janice Bode, Kathryn Churchill, Joyce Rieboff, Sharon DeGrotte. THIRD ROW: DaleMcBride, MikeBrayton, John Sires, Terry Hobbs, Larry Kuchenreuther, Jim Finn, James Pratt. BACK ROW: Gene Wittkopf, Bill Bourne, Ben Herbst, Kim J inho Deal, Dick Zweifel, Gerald Etherington, David Stevens, Chuck Streit. MIXED Have you ever passed the large room at the end oflunior High Alley on Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday at 8:35? If you have, you're likely to have heard Mr. Snustad, our director, politely say thatchorus is ready to begin. From then on, except for a few minor interruptions from the back row, the most harmonious sounds emerge from behind the closed door. H2 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Barbara Bartlett, Sheryl McNeill, Sandra Hakes, Connie Munger, Linda Tague, Sandi Cook, Rosemary Medin, Pat Schneider. SECOND ROW: Pat Cowan, Jeannie Sires, Jackie Rowley, Glennda Gabrielson, Sherry Read, Patti Priebe, Nancy Lowman, Charlene LaBarre, Judith Rovn. THIRD ROW: Tom Macumber, Joe Hoenk, Jason Etherington, Ron Tschet- ter, Gary Graham, John Platt. BACK ROW: Jon Discoe, Lee Lawson, Phil Egel, Steve Obrecht, Gary Priebe, Jim Stanton, Gary Kesting. CHORUS We are proud of our organization and the many fine programs we have presented. We would like to say: "Thanks a lot, Mr. Snustad, for another fine year." 113 l A .. FRONT ROW: De Anne Hutchison, Carole Richman, Janice Koepke, Mary Laing, JoAnn Muckey, .T anell Johnson, Linda Smith, Siri Norton, Pam Waller, Jean Keith, Roberta Schwendemann, Mary Broesder. SECOND ROW: Majorie Henderson, SusanSchu1tz,JeanRovn, Sheila Fain, Barbara Lau, Cindy Hardy, Barb Brandow. Midge Williams, Sandy Cook, Joyce VanDeWaJ.ker, Ruth Van Buren, Penny Johnson. THIRD ROW: Am Steven, Linda Gilchriest, Sandy Hakes, Barbara Bartlett, Maradee Lenz, Zu1abe1Ankenbauer,Chery1 Immerfall,JoAnnMino, Karen Seller, Rosemary Medin, Donna Patton. BACK ROW: Jane Durant, Pauline McMahon, Brigitta Whittemore, Kathy Churchill, Margaret Yeoman, Janice Bode, Barb Reinders, Sherry Read, Joyce Riebhoff, Judy Gerber, Patti Priebe, Kathy Bay. GIRLS' Mr. Snustad's "gossip club" met Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday each week this year. These rehearsals were rather noisy. 'I14 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Kathy Feaster, Connie Munger, Beverly Warner, Paulette Slobe, Mary Butterfield, Mary Arndorfer, Sharon DeGroote, Judy Rovn, Judy O'Brien, Cheryl Norris. SECOND ROW: Rita Rich, Nancy Geilenfeld, Julie Vipond, Sheryll McNeill, Pat Schneider, Karen Alt, Donna Reefer, Mariana Rieken, Joyce Huenhold, Sandra Parsons. THIRD ROW: Sharon Scott, Mary Misbach, Jackie Rowley, Elaine McKee, Lucille Gade, J unadel Lieb, Pat Hed1und,Jeanie Sires, Pat Cowan, Patty Petersen, Alice Patterson. BACK ROW: Carolyn Rochleau, Claudia Ruark, Carole Wittkopf, Linda Tague, Glenda Gabrielson, Nancy Lowrnan, Charlene LaBarre, Louise Skow, Sharon Ericson, Judy Alexander. CHORUS But when it came time for a concert, the girls did wonderfully Ca surprise to the members and Mr. Snustadj. 115 Y , A 4 iv.. X2 . . .N K ,f Z 2 s, A , ig 5 , a . fkfg . if, V1 5' ' f ,Q 12, 93 'L" ' g .A Q , 'I -I ' lf41"?fml?'f'- - ,fy 4 M 1 A A ,f . hx, f s"'ra,1 W w,f3:f,, V 4 , 4-f 1- Q Q nw Q 1 V, Y , ff if 2 , - .f.W A JQ, Q f : V, 4 -Wan' A Qkgwf, ., T 'V W w fn' 5, ., V 1 w 1 ,Jie 6 tif' -SSI sw Q ,, ,1Q, . m . s s -W---'vn SENIOR CLASS DL Y "Dino" by Reginald Rose, is the intense psychological drama of a teen -age boy. Just before turn- ing to a life of crime, he is given a chance for happiness, Directed by Richard Kapfer, this play was presented two nights, establishing a first at Algona High. Mr. K apfer, DIRECTOR Dino ..... Mr. Sheridan , Shirley Wallace, , , Jackie ,,,,, Miss Haines , Danny , , Steve , Sylvia , Della , , Pat , , B621 ...... Mr. Manuel , Tony Falcaro , Mrs, Falcaro , Mr, Falcaro , Mrs. Mikula , First Young Girl Second Young Girl , , 118 CAST , , , Marv Miller , , , Dick Zweifel . Jeanette Bjustrom , Tish Thompson , , Linda Smith . . . Jerry Cowan . . Jason Etherington , , , Linda Hansen , , , , ,Carol Shore . . . . Judy O'Brien Roxanne Shackelford , , , Ron Tschetter , , , , Larry Cook . , Joyce Huenhold . . . . Jon Discoe , , Judy Adreon , , Mary Boldridge , , Joyce Opheim JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Peter Marshall , , Catherine Marshall Peter John Marshall Allan Talbot , , , Judith Bickle , , Jesse Bickle , , Susan Grant , , Marian Grant , , Stevan Grant , , George Yost, , , Joe Keating , , , Senator Polk . . Nancy Everetts , , Barbara Logan, , , Hulda ..... , , , Richard Zweifel , Patricia Cowan . Philip Taylor , , , , Dieter Gruner Kathryn Churchill . . . Jeanie Sires . Pam Waller . Linda Clark . Ron Tschetter . . . Jerry Meyer Jason Etherington . . . John Wilson , , Midge Williams . Gloria Reefer . Siri Norton "A MAN CALLED PETER Dramatized from the book "A MAN CALLED PETER" by Catherine Marshall, this is the heartwarming story of the trials and tribulations a pastor in a large Washington, D. C. church faced. with ill health threatening his life, youthful and vigorous Peter Marshall must somehow continue his essential services to his church members. The Characters. taken from real life, had their own problems that always seemed a little easier to bear after Dr. Marshall had listened to them and offered his advice. Although mainly of a religious nature, the play had a bit of humor which added to the over- all appeal of the performance. Activities along the Junior corridor seemed a bit quieter for a time after the play was given. Only those who had seen or taken partin the dramatization could describe the outstanding message the play conveyed to everyone. Many thanks to our patient director, Mr. Kapfer. . . he needs it! 121 FRESH-SOIDH PLAY The "Sisters McIntosh" is a one-act comedy written by Richard Conen. As the play develops a young man comes to the house of Tizzie and Lulie McIntosh, claiming to be their cousin Archie. The way the gullible Tizzie and the dubious Lulie receive him is a comical barrel of fun. CAST Tizzie . . . . Rosemary Medin The Man . . . . Dennis Richey Lulie . . . . 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Q.Z.f:i2'5 i' ' 1 y . rf' .f."Hl 5 5 KP' ,fjgkvg , y X r L , ,, 5? fx Q ,K ' Y f , QW X f Q , gv 34 a wggvgw, ' H Dm U3 'ftg5 j,i X g f ,G 5 X MPS - x Am? if f-3 1 .QQ 'I .Him R gy ll K, , ,, M .V X Paw x 4 Q 4 Y w, fi, .Q r, f . lx' 12995 . K M Q'- x wg -. vgywffraf, ,Q W - , ,fi 2 M 45,5 . X , 'R ff L X ,. ,M ... i, K. b wail A -I Z xiii 2 ,Q FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Pam Waller, Linda Smith, Jeanette Bjustrom, Carol Shore. BACK ROW: Pat Cowan, Ben Hcrbst, Dick Lweifel, John Wilson. FORENSICS Stammering and stuttering, the debaters began classroom work last fall with only one polished vet- eran, Linda Smith. Soon Coach Palmer ventured to Fort Dodge with his "B" team of stuttcrers. Some- thing happenedg they brought home a terrific record Calthough no trophyl. Before any "A" squad meets, "Palm" did a bit of switching to arrive with this combination: Ben Herbst, John Wilson, and Pat Cowan, affirmativesg Jean B justrom and Linda Smith, negatives. The debate trips brought no outstanding recogni- tion, but there was always some cheerful note -- if not in debate, then in forensics. Ice cancelled one trip for the team, but other than that they managed to camouflage their one case per team through a five - meet season with no major castrophes Cexcept somewhere between Algona and Cedar Rapids lies one lost bobby-soxD M.lT"r 4 1 was Mr. Palmer John Wilson, Pat Cowan, Ben Herbst. Linda Smith. .T eanetre Biusrrom- DE I3 TE TEA M S 124 ' 2 Q H- , an ' ? F . j. -, 21 .T'w.fL?f' Q' w, Q ,lf , 1 '13 'Y-ff 'A-5 1 ' 'n'??',11 Jigv- , . Q Sandra Bay QUEEN, Jeannette Bjustrom HOMECOMING Patricia Thompson 126 Sue Labarre 0 1 l1!LThtT1s S 1. in . K ' I Dry??? Oh-h, but you are a good group!! What did you say your name was , lady? This? Is ay rickshaw? 1959 Cheese This is it Business isn't so good Gee Wow! 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Evan Routh, Pastor Good Hope - fvv.-,wx,NfvxvxAA.wxNfc - fwvvw Art . . Ninth English . . Methodist Church, fvxA,x.A,xAA.xA,-V-.fxfx fxfv-.fwxfxx AA? Departmental Awards Junior High History. . . Junior High Citizenship. . . . Girls P. E. . . Science Awards. Yearbook Award . Sandra. Phillips Jack Gross Gary Kelley . . Lynn Kueck . . . . Alan Holt . Marvin Eisenbarth . . Janell Johnson , , . , Paul Christoffer Ann Smith . . John Oakland Commencement Awards and Scholarships Delphian Society Art Award ........ Sandra Phillips Bel Canto Club ............... . . . . Lucia Wallace Award, Judy O'Brien Business and Professional Women's Club Award ........... Verna Schmidt D. A. R. Social Science .......... Jeanette Bjustrom P. E. O. English Award .......... Mariana Steele Soroptimist Award in Mathematics and Science ....... Jeanette Bjustrom Iowa Bar Association Citizenship Award .................JamesKain Larry Obrecht Memorial ..... Pat Kain Tyrell M. Ingersoll Awards, Minnie J. Coate Award ....... Carole Wittkopf Forensic Award ........ Linda Smith Scholarships Merit Scholarships at Iowa State Teachers College ...... Pamela Porter Carol Shore Mariana Steele Iowa State College . . . Jeanette Bjustrom State University of Iowa . . Sandra Phillips National Merit Certificate of Recognition ...... Carole Wittkopf The Willard E. and Ella P. Thompson Scholarship Fund ........ Mary Boldridge Nola Gatton Wayne Johnson Judith O'Brien Mariana Steele .Sis- + 5 i 'flum- 5 5 V 'Q .,. -,.,, 1 Q.-...rf M. 3 'Rum ... ,,...,,i, ,-W. i 71 A YW, ,- ,V .t -..--. 2? Af iw n i , Biff' ff D Y fy ixllkwi I , ,fi , fur , ii , R 'Za Wg wif, 'Why' 'ig .5 AM, Q' Q X, ,,., 'ff' ' W 'L ' MQ f 4 fI'v" .'2?f' s-xr? kffQQi5gWBf1Hf 52 wx Q aw Fail., J MES! 2 K . if ' 1? .V A 1 my ifii t X Hwgsm f??24'?g3 W ?3V3iM Q :Me . bf igifgg giikwi kw.WHfQE?g55J . if fix. if A A - ' - flilf fxgigfg' ' i? 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Irons Heating 8a Plumbing Ready Mix Concrete 85 Lumber Roger Ferris S and L Store Schultz Brothers Station 8s Garage Shillington Barber Shop Shilts Brownbilt Shoe Store Shumway, Kelly, Sa Friested, Lawyers South Phillips Texaco Ted and Joel Herbst Thuente Pharmacy United Variety Upper Des Moines Publishing Company Viking Oil Company Wagners Cities Service Waldron's Cafe Western Buyers Wibben Contractors Z.ender's Zender's Shop for Men DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN . . . . . 539 North Phillips Street rocked with a senior celebration staged by Joyce? It was quite a successll . . . Judy O'Brien and other senior girls reported the Northern Lights to the Fire Department? . . Q Sandy Phillips forgot her car at school at noon and rode home with someone else? Coach Duvall said, "I don't consider missing the basket by four inches so bad when some senior boys .no missed Ames by fifty mi1es"? . . . The volume of junk that came out of Carol Shore and Garry Davis's locker filled the hall corridor? They should advise Ezra Benson on maximum packing in surplus storage. . . A local policeman wondered why several seniors were trying out the new laundromat at 1:30 A.M.? . . . Pat gave a speech on athletics in A.H.S. in the years B.C. QBefore Cowanj? . . . Jerry Meyer tried to convince Mr. Kapfer that women are the downfall of the world? . . . Carol Shore was selling annuals and Palm asked, "Do you have a sales license?" . . . Marv and Pat's concoction was uncorked in physics class? It was the only time the guys sat in the front row and a need for gas masks resulted. . . . Robbie-:'s interpretation of Browning was accidental and not clowning? . . . John and nine friends went in one car to Eagle Grove and then led the track team on a wild goose chase? . . . Delores Eisenbarth goofed with a red-lettered note to a faculty member? . . . 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Algona High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Algona, IA) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1


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Algona High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Algona, IA) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1


Algona High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Algona, IA) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1


Algona High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Algona, IA) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 1


Algona High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Algona, IA) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1


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