Algona High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Algona, IA)
- Class of 1960
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We, the class of '60, were the only class to be blessed with the expert guidance of Miss Kathryn
Sorensen for two consecutive years, Not only in her English classes but also in our everyday life was she
willing to pause and give of her time and talents, Although we were sorry to have her leave Algona High,
we know that other fortunate students will reap the benefits of her guidance just as we have. Though we
cannot say in a few words all that we know she deserves, we, the class of '60, in deep gratitude, hope that
this dedication may serve as a tribute to a wonderful friend.
ASSISTANT EDITOR ART EDITOR ASSISTANT EDITOR
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MR. O. B. LAING
Superintendent of Algona Community Schools
"Tis education forms the common mind"
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PERRY M. COLLINS' president AIBUUH OTTO B. LAING, Superintendent
ROBERT BLACK PRINCIPALSI
ROBERT E. DEAL QUIUIUIIHHE 513121381 imihfritf JACK E. EVANS, sr. High
EUGENE H. HUTCHINS GLENN CHALLY' Jr' High
MRS. VEDA MURTAGH gugmm, mama MRS. MARGARET BERINGER. Elem
WALTER McBRIDE, Elem.
MRS. FERN STANTON. Elem.
MRS. INEZ WOLFE. Secretary HATTIE WILSON. Elem. Supervisor
E. A. SCHEMEL. Treasurer
To the Class of 1960, A, H, S.:
It was only yesterday that I looked out my office window that bright September morning
and saw you on your way to kindergarteng and I noted a hint of a tear as Mom hurried out
after hasty and covert exchanges with your new mentor.
And it was just this morning that I realized with a shock that 13 years had passed in a
day -- that those feet which hesitantly led to our door yesterday were now lagging in their
We who worked with you in those 13 years are both happy and sad. Happy for all our
joint successes, sad for all the things we might have done. we were indeed a severe
taskmaster at times. But "a man's reach SHOULD exceed his grasp" so we should not
now waste time in regret for what we missed. Then, too, there was no doubt someone
along that journey who kindled something within your mind and personality that will
not be quenched -- you may notknow it yet. They may have been friend, parent, teacher --
and when you realize it they may be far away. What then? Simple answer: do as much for
another who is struggling through that 13-year day.
The milestones ahead will slip by at an always greater tempo in an increasingly complex
world. But the "mystic chords of memory" extend through eternityg and that is why we
shall always remember you.
O, B, Laing
MR, BLACK MR, COLLINS, President MR, DEAL
The advanced educational system of Algona High School is a direct
result of the tireless efforts of the school board members. It is their
desire to give the students the very best in educational opportunities.
So unnoticed by too many people, they weave the intricate pattern in the
Mas, MURTAGH MRS, WOLFE, secretary
The able administrator, in the person of Mr.
,T ack Evans, rises to the many demands made on him
as high school principal. Besides his regular disciplin-
ary duties, teaching atomic energy class, and recom-
mending students for colleges and jobs, he also does
substitute teaching, Truly, he must be a "J ack" of
The junior high is indeed grateful for the expert
guidance of Mr. Chally in preparing them for their
next step in learning. Mr. Chally has become known
to his pupils as a principal of keen awareness and
understanding of their problems.
MRS, ALBERTS-"I'11 lower
your allowance, dear." English
MR, ALBERTS-"What's the
latest gossip?" Government,
World History, Social Prob-
lems, Student Council,
MR. Cl-IIQUET-"English is a
great little language," Junior
High English, Reading, Annual
MR. CHURCHILL-"No es diff
cil," Spanish, English I.
MISS COMFORT - "Whe re' s
your dessert cup?" Lunch
MRS. COLLIER-"Don't primp
in public." Homemaking,
MISS CONDON-"One picture is
worth a thousand words." Art,
MR, COLLIER-"Learn your
valences!" Biology, Chemis-
MR, DIGGINS-"Why, Iremem-
ber the timel. . ." American
Literature, Speech, Dramatics.
MR. DUFFEY-"I thought l'd
like teaching, , ," English II.
MISS HAYS-"The way to best
express is through modern
dance." Physical Education,
MR, HOBBIE-"All right, you,
go to the end of the line!"
Junior High Science, Coach.
MISS GANNON-"Havel shown
you myEuropean slides ?" Typ-
ing, Shorthand, Sec retarial
Training. Annual B us i n e s s
MRS. HENDERSON - "Library
fines are posted on the bulletin
MISS JOHNSON-"There will be
no gum-chewing in this c1asS."
Junior High Arithmetic.
MR, GUSTER-"Anyone for an-
other band trip?" Junior and
MR, HILL-"If I d0n't know it,
it's unimportant." History,
Junior and Senior High Coach,
MRS. KELLEY-"The ability to
communicate is closely associ-
ated with success." Special
English, Language and Litera-
ture, English Literature,
MISS KOEI-INK-"He always
keeps rne waiting.' ' Eighth
Grade Arithmetic, Freshman
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MR, E, MEYER-"What you
learn is up to you." Mathe-
matics, Industrial Occupations.
MRS. MOXLEY-"Pick up your
clothes!" Physical Education,
Health, Cheerleading, Cadettes.
an appointment with me yet?"
Retailing, Bookkeeping, DECA,
MR, J. MEYER-"It's not what
you say, it's how you say it."
Junior High English, Reading,
MR, OLSON-"Who took my fly-
swatter?" Junior High Geog-
people who have hurt us this
year. . ." Industrial A rts,
Mechanical Drawing, Wrestl-
MISS MILLER- "Let's S e e k
knowledge, and good grades will
follow." Geometry, Advanced
MR, PALMER-"Oh, Gad! Ah
so?" American History, Eco-
nomics, Debate, Tennis.
MISS QUINBY-"X4-y: Z. " Al-
gebra, General Math.
MR. SIEMENS-"Let's get
busy!" General Science, Phys -
ics, Camera Club.
MRS, STILLMAN-"Liberty can
flourish only in the climate of
truth." Junior High English.
MR, SEFRIT-"Hi ya, fella!"
Animal Husbandry and Crops
and Soils, F.F.A.
MR. SNUSTAD-"What key is
this in?" Junior and Senior
High Vocal Music.
MISS ZUMACH-"Are you with
us?" Junior High English and
MR. SHUGART-"When you're
Satisfied you've played your
best game, you probably have."
Health, Football, Track.
MR, STEPHENSON-"YOU can't
do it if you don't think you can."
Physical Education, Basketball.
nurse's office is always full."
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Chism
Mrs. Dremmel, Mrs. Houchins. BACK ROW: Mrs
Olson, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs, Gregson, Mrs. Miller
Mrs. Haag, Mrs. Fraser, Miss Comfort, Mrs, King.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Sandra Ernst, Janice Hentges
Clara Hansen. SEATED: Mrs. Wolfe.
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Mr. Allen, Mr. DeBoon, Mr. Clark, Mr. Gade, Mr.
Jergenson, Mr. Kuhn, Mr. Meelhause, Mr, Meyer,
Mr. Naylor, Mrs. Naylor, Mr, Phillips, Mr, Teeter,
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G.R.A. 1, Girls' Chorus 1,2,
3, 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 4, F. H.
A, 3, F. B.L. A, 3, 4, Secre-
tary 3, President 4.
Corwith 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus
1,2, 3, Class Vice-President
1gClass Secretary-Treasurer 3g
Declamatory 1,23 Class Play
35 One Act Play 3, Play Crew
Football 2, 3, Track l,2, 3:
Class Play 4, Intramurals 2, 3,
Annual Sales 4, Cadettes 1, 2,
3, 4gG.R. A. 1,2,3, F.B. L.A.
3, 4g Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45
Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Intramurals
1, 2, F. H. A, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class
F. H. A. 3. 4.
Annual Sta ff 4, National Honor
Society 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4,
Pep Club 2, 3, Camera Club 3,
4, Secretary 4, G. R. A, 1, 2, 3,
4, Symphonettes 1, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Modern Choir
1, 2, 4, Play Crews 3, 4, Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A, 1, 2,
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Track 1,
2, 3, 4, A Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Art
Club 4, Mixed Chorus 1, Class
Play 3, Play Crew 3, Sports
King Candidate 4.
Eddyville, Nebr. 1, Annual
staff 4, Art Club 3, 4, F. H. A,
2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Reporter
4, G. R. A, 2, 3, 4, Marching
Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2,
3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Sym-
phonettes 2, 3, 4, Mixed Cho-
rus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3,
4, Modern Choir 2,4, Class
Plays 3, 4, Religious Play 2,
Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Vocal
Soloist 2, SportsQueen Can-
Annual Staff 4, Art Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3,
President 4, Camera Club 3
Class Play 3, Religious Play 2,
Play Crew 4, Librarian 3, 4, F.
H. A, 4.
F, F, A, 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4.
Pep Club 3, 4, Annual Staff 4,
Assistant Editor, Cheerleading
1, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4, Stu-
dent Council 1, 2, 4, Vice-
President 4, Cadettes 1, Nat-
ional Honor Society 4, F. T. A.
3, 4, Vice-President 3, G. R. A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,
4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Class
Plays 3, 4, Religious Play 1,
Debate 3, 4, Forensics 3, 4,
Class Vice-President 3, Play
Crews 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
Homecoming Queen 4.
AnnualStaff 4, Art Club 2, 3,
4, Vice-President 4, Mixed
Chorus 1, 2,3, 4,Modern Choir
1, 2, 4, Forensics 4, All State
Chorus 4, Operetta 3, Play
Crews 4, Vocal Soloist 1, 2, 3,
4, Class Vice -President- 4.
Lone Rock 1, 2, Art Club 4,
Annual Sales 4, Basketball 1,
Football Manager 3, 4, Golf
1, 2, 4, A Club 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4,
Intramurals 4, Visual Aids 2,
3, 4, Modern Choir 4.
JASON ETHERING TON
Annual Sales 4, Football 1, 2,
3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-
captain 4, Tra ck 1, 2, 3, A
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band
1, 2, 3, 4, ConcertBand 1, 2, 3,
4, Pep Ba nd 1, 2, Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Modern Choir 1, 2, 4,
Class Plays 1, 2, 3, 4, Religious
Play 2, Visual Aids 4, Operetta
3, Vocal Soloist 4, All State
Chorus 4, Sports King 4.
SHARON DEG ROOTE
Annual Sales 4, Cadettes 2, 3,
4, F, T. A. 3, 4, Secretary
4, F. H. A, 1, 2, 3, G. R.A, 1,
2, 3, 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3,
4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Concert
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band l,
Symphonettes l,2,3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Gir1s'Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Modern Choir 1,2,4,
All State Chorus 4, Play Crews
l, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
Homecoming Queen Candi-
date 4, Sports Queen Candi-
Wyoming, Iowa 1, 2, 3, G. R,
A, 4, Cadette Manager 4,
Marching Band 4, Concert
Band 4, Pep Band 4, Girls'
Annual Sta ff 4, Student Coun-
cil 4, Cadettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-
captain 4, F,T,A, 3,4, Treas-
urer 4, G. R. A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4,Con-
cert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
Play Crews 3, 4, Class Officer
3, Treasurer, F. H, A. 1, 2, 3,
Historian 3, Sports' Queen
Candidate 4, Homecoming
Queen Candidate 4.
Annual staff 4, National Hon-
or Society 3, 4, Treasurer 3,
4, G. R. A, 1, 2, Marching
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band
1,2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, F, H. A, 1, 2,
3, 4, Class officer, Secretary
Wesley 1, 2, Intramurals 3, 4,
Play Crews 3.
Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, D, E, C, A.
4, G. R, A, 1, 2, Mixed Chorus
4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Play
Crews 2, 3, 4, F, H, A, 2, 3.
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3,
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 4, A Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Modern Choir 1, 2,
Conference Play 4, Intra-
murals 2, 3, 4, Debate 3, 4,
Forensics 3, 4, Play Crews 3,
Visual Aids 3, Vocal Soloist
1, 2, 4.
Annual Sales 4, Pep Club 2,
G. R, A, 1,2,3, Marching Banc
1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3
4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Intra-
murals 1, 2, F. H. A, 1, 2, 3, 4.
Lakota 1, 2, 3, Annua1Staff 4,
Camera Club 4, Vice-Presi-
dent 45 Class Play 4, Debate
43 Play Crew 4.
Annual Sales 4, Camera Club
4, G. R. A, 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band
1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Girls' Chorus 1g Play Crews
3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, F. H.
A. 1, 2, 3, Band Queen 4.
JOANN KLEMM BILL KRAFT
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L, , F, B, L, A, 3, 4. Football 4, Basketball 43 Track
Q 43 A Club 4.
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4,
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-cap-
tain 4, A Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi-
dent 4g Sports King Candidate
F. H, A. 3, 4.
DAVID MC DONALD
Annual Sales 4, Mixed Chorus
1, 2, Intramurals 4.
MIKE MC NEILL
Intramurals 4, Student Coun-
cil 3, 4, F.F.A, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 3, Vice-President
4, National Honor Society 3,
4, President 3, 4.
TED MC NEILL JUDY MC VAY
Annual Sales 4g F, F, A., California 1,23 F,B, L.A, 3,
Reporter 4, Play Crew 1.
Pep Club 2g G.R.A. 1,23
Play Crews 3g Intramurals 1,
2, 3, Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4, F, H.
A. 1,2g D. E, C, A, 4, Sec-
Annual Sales 4, Girls' Chorus
3, 4: Play Crew 43 F. H. A, 1,
2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Treasurer
3, President 4.
Annual Sales 4, Cadettes 1,
2,3,4g Co-Captain 4, Camera
Club 1, 2g F. H. A, 1, 2, 3, 4,
G, R. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Cho-
rus 1, 2, 3, Play Crews 3, 45
Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
JIM OBERW ETTER
Adel 1,2g Annual Sales 4,
Football 2,3,4g Wrestling
35 Track 2, 3, 43 A Club 3, 4:
Sports King Candidate 4.
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Basketball lg Play Crew 1,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
Annual Sales 43 Cadettes 1,
2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, 35 F.
T. A. 3, 45 F, H, A, 1, 2, 3, 4,
G. R, A, 1, 2, 3, 4gMixed Cho-
rus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2,
3, 4g Class Plays 2, 3, Con-
ference Play 4g Play Crews
1, 2, 3, 4.
Wrestling 1, Annual Sales 4,
F. F.A. 1.2,3.
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball
1, 2, Wrestling 35 Track 2, 3,
4g Baseball 2g A Club 2, 3, 43
Art Club 3, Intramurals 45
Visual Aids 1,2,3,4.
Intramurals 2, 3, F. H. A, 1, 2,
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, F. B.
L, A. 3, 4, Vice-President 4.
Annual Sta ff 4, Business Man-
ager, National Honor Society
4, Art Club 1, 2, Marching
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Class Play
1, Play Crew 3.
Annual Sales 4, Pep Club 2,
4, Treasurer 4, Girls' Chorus
3, 4, Play Crew 4, F.H. A. 1,
DON PATTON GLORIA REEFER
Annual Sales 4, Wrestling 1, Pep Club 2, D. E. C. A, 4, G.
2, 4, A Club 2, 3, 4, F. F, A. R. A, 1, 2, Class Play 3, Intra
1, 2, 3, 4, Visual Aids 1, 2, 3, murals 1, 2, 3, F. H. A, 2,
Pep Club 3, 4, G. R. A, 2, 3,
Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A, 2,
Annual Sales 4, Pep Club 2, 3,
Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Concert Band 1,2, 3, 4, Pep
Band 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3.
Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Art
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Annua1Staff4, Pep Club 2, 3,
Camera Club 3, 4, Treasurer
4, G, R, A, 1, 2, 3, 4, F, H, A,
1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Debate 4, Forensics 4, Play
Crew 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
Football 2, Basketball 1, 3,
Track 1, A Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals
2, Visual Aids 3, 4, Track
Manager 2, 3, D, E, C, A, 4.
Annual Sales 4, Pep Club 2,
Cadettes Manager 3, F,T, A,
3, Treasurer, Symphonettes
4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Modern Choir
4, Class Plays 2, 3, 4, Confer-
ence Plays 3, 4, Play Crew 1,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, F, H, A, 2.
Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 2,
Tennis l,2, 3, 4, Student
Council 3, A Club 2, 3, 4,
Camera Club 3, M a r c h i ng
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2,
3, 4, Class Plays 2, 3, 4,Debate
4, Forensics 4, Intramurals 3,
Visual Aids 2, 3.
Cherokee 1,2, 3, Football
Manager 4, Track 4, Annual
Sales 4, A Club 4.
MARU ANE WILLIAMS
Annua1Staff4, Cadettes 1, 2,
3, 4, Co-Captain 4, F. T. A.
3, 4, G. R, A. 1, 3, 4, March-
ing Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3,
4, Class Plays 1, 3, Class
Secretary 2, Class Treasurer
4, PlayCrew 2, F, I-LA, 1,2,
Annual Sales 4, Track 1,
Wrestling 1, 4, F. F. A, 1, 2,
3, 4, President 4, Intramurals
PAM W ALLER
Annual Staff 4, Editor, Cheer-
leading 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain
4, Student Council 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4,
F. T, A, 3, Secretary 3, G. R,
A. 1, 2, 3,4, Secretary 3,
President 4, Marching Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Symphonettes 1, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,Modern Choir
1, 2, 4, Class Plays 2,3, Con-
test Play 1, Debate 3, 4, For-
ensics 3, 4, Class Vice-Presi-
dent 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
Accompanist 1, 2, 3, 4, All
State Chorus 4, Piano Soloist
4, National Honor Society 3,
4, Vice-President 3,4, Home-
coming Queen Candidate 4,
Sports Queen 4.
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G. R. A. 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus
1, PlayCrews 1, 2, 3, Librar-
ian 1, 2.
Marching Band 1,2,3,4,
Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 1, Class Plays 1, 2, 3,
Conference Play 1, 2, 3, De-
bate 3, 4, Forensics 3, 4, Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
AnnualSa1es 4, Pep Club 2, 4,
Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Con-
cert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band
4, Symphonettes 1, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Chonrs 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,Modern Choir
1, 2, 4, Class Play 1, F. H. A,
1, 3, All State Chorus 4.
CLASS COLORS: BLUE AND WHITE
CLASS FLOWER: MUMS
CLASS MOTTO: "ONE STEP AT A TIME,
BU T EVER FORWARD"
Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2,
Track 1, Tennis 2,3,4, Annual
Sales 4, Student Council 1, 2,
3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4,
A Club 1,2,3,4, Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Modern Choir 1, 2,
4, Class Play 3, Conference
Play 4, Class President 3, 4,
Forensics 3, Play Crews 3,
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SECRETARY, Karen Haaseg TREASURER, Mary Broesderg PRESIDENT, Gary Richg VICE-PRESIDENT
The class of '61 --- yes, everyone knows the junior class is the largest class, which
makes up a good share ofthe clubs. Also, no one can forget the athletic teams,each of which
is composed of over half Juniors.
The class of '61 takes pride in the 99010 rating from the Iowa Tests of Educational
Development. We also can't forget the money-making, the busy pre-prom days, the
fun at career day, and our losing floats at homecoming. The arrival of the class rings
was another memorable day. Although, withina few days, many boys apparently "1ost"
Yes, we are a big class --- AND a good class --- we THINK the BEST!
Ruth Van Buren
Betty wickw ire
FRONT ROW: Susan Schultz, treasurerg Randy Harm
Gary Priebe, vice-president.
The Sophomore Class of 1960 was full of vim and vigor, Our boys on the B squad added much to
Algona's sports. Remember our float at Homecoming? We took second place: however, it did have a ten-
dency to fall over in the parade! We also had our own "Sophomore Taxi"--a little black Volkswagon packed
full of kids. We had an energetic basketball manager who always seemed to take the locker room keys home
and cause a disturbance among the coaches. Do you recall the Alpine hats and peroxided hair of a number
of boys fand girlsj?
Yes, we had a wonderful year as sophomores at A,H,S, and are looking forward to the coming years
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Activities thrived in this year's freshman class, Many frosh participated in sports, music, and clubs.
played on F resh-Soph teams and a few even participated on the varsity squads in basketball,
and track. Terry Brandow placed fourth in the A,A,U, meet, and Bob Patton placed third in the
We also had four cheerleaders from our class. A group of freshman girls was runners-up in
basketball intramurals. The Symphonettes, choruses, and band also found room for the fresh-
for clubs, who could forget G.R.A, Initiation with air raids, washing cars, cleaning sidewalks,
in the gym? Although the frosh float for Homecoming didn't place, everyone enjoyed himself in
the making of the float. Gary Kelley won a state art award and Charyl Cook participated in the Conference
Play. The freshmen upheld academic credits: many students were on the honor roll and two had straight A's.
All in all, we freshmen had an exciting school year and are looking forward to the next three years as
the ambitious class of '63,
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Dennis St. John
Lola Mae St. John
IN MEMORIAM--Lana Gerber
She was a joy to the teachers, a friend indeed. She was in many activities including pep club, band,
chorus, sextet, a cheerleader, and vice-president of her homeroom. A wonderful friend, very well liked,
and respected among classmates, a friend we'1l never forget--this was our Lana.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Suzanne Wibben, Gretchen Deim, Barb Kuchenreuther, Patty Thompson,
Margaret Kent. SECOND ROW: Marian Broesder, Nancy Muckey, Rosann Madsen, Patricia Reilly, Mrs
Stillman. THIRD ROW: Carroll Sabin,,T im Shipler, Clyde Bronson, Bill Kern, Willie Steinman, Paul Smith,
FOURTH ROW: Larry Helmers, Donald Beisch, Roger Long, Vernon Abbas, Greg Arrowood. ABSENT:
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Jerry Raney, Jim Johnson, Billy James, Bruce Sundet, Dennis Christensen,
Richard Slobe, SECOND ROW: Mr.Hill, Gary Naylor, Tim Vipond, Joan Rich, Betsy Weber, Judy Churchill,
Judy Munger. THIRD ROW: Carole Koepke, Rosalie Hahn, Jodie Chally, Trudy Bartholomew, Joan Post,
Mary Ann Sigsbee, Marilyn Black, Corliss Rupp. ABSENTg Jim Abbot,
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Patricia Kenyon, Marcia Angle, Phyllis Wiegand, Sandra Minard, Janet Davis,
Carol Thompson. SE COND ROW: Carolyn Sabin, Rebecca Wetzel, Dianna Rentz, Carole Etherington, Judy
Nauman, THIRD ROW: Doug Barr, Kenneth Egel, Marlyn Struecker, Walter Rich, Herbert Hobbs, Mr,
Chiquet. FOURTH ROW: Jerry Pilcher, David Jensen, Norman Stewart, Dennis Voight, David Humphrey,
ABSENT: Patrick King.
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Doug J ergenson, Chuck J ergenson, Kent Immerfall, Clay Mowers, Sig Wood,
David Hovey, Joel McNeill. SECOND ROW: John Clark, John Jennings, Brian Atherton, Richard Balk,
Elmer Alt, Lamont Wegner. THIRD ROW: Kay Moulton, Sharon Gardner, Verdean Shaw, Marian Braun,
Becky Redemske, Ann Segar, Muriel Zittritsch, Mary Jo Brower. ABSENT: Terry Hauenstein.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: David Wildin, Roy Johnson, Richard Steven, Kenneth Mills, Larry Pratt.
SECOND ROW: Delthea Shierk, Sally Steele, Kendra Seely, Betty Holt, ,Teri Ruark, Lorraine Hamilton,
THIRD ROW: Jeanette Vigdal, Linda Sharp, Nancy Cole, Mary Louise Miller, Diane Riley, Marlys Lupkes.
FOURTH ROW: Don Schmitt, Michael Graham, Ernest Thilges, David Hanselman, ABSENT: Susanna
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Kenyon Gabrielson, RichardApple, David Hoernke, Dennis Cook, John Gilmore,
Rodney Scuffham, Calvin Humphrey, SECOND ROW: Mary Cowan, Marilyn Deal, Pam Johnson, Judy
Schaffer, Kay Brandow, Linda Cooke, DoreneFunk. THIRD ROW: Mr. Meyer, Lorna Walker, Pam Hopkins,
Gayle Phillips, Barbara Percival, JoAnn DeGroote, Maureen O'Brien. FOURTH ROW: Darwin Englebart,
Jerald Helmers, David Routh, Alan Priebe, Steve Hardy, Dennis Ohrtman, Tom Burris. ABSENT: Marsha
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Sandra Plott, Julie Olson, Lois Hunt, Ann Wilson, Joyce Ludwig, Janice
Patterson, Sandra Pergande. SECOND ROW: Cindy Cowan, Jane Geilenfeld, Evelyn Boyd, Susan
Hemmingsen, Penny Dodds, Trudy Alt, Marilyn Harris, THIRD ROW: Lyle Helgeland, Danny Rentz,
Reuben Skow, David Agena, Richard Johnson, Bob Spencer, Bob Martin, Harlan Wittkopf, FOURTH ROW:
Mr. Hobbie, Gerald Camp, Arlan Schmitt, Jim Hill, Scott Miller, Terry Snyder, Norman Benson, Stephen
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Greg Cramer, Kenneth Richter, Emy Lou Garms, Gregory Hatch, Janet Angle,
Marlyn Helmers, Cheryl Carr. SECOND ROW: Ronald Burtis, JoEl1en Bass, Sandy Schenck, Rosemary
Reinders, Judy Parrott, Lynn Keith, MarleneHenderson, Tim Claude. THIRD ROW: Sharon Bristow, Dianna
Peterson, Richard Dreyer, Dennis Miller,J udyHaag, Charles Scobba, Shirley Ohnemus, K, Specht. FOURTH
ROW: Karen Kern, George Graham, Wayne Carlson, Gary Parrish, Marsha Miller, Diane Smith, Jim Reefer,
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Nancy Marshall, Carol Humphrey, Nelvinea Hauenstein, Janet Braun, Bonnie
Hoernke, Roxanne Rogert, VickiMcConnell. SECOND ROW: Bruce McCo11ough, Larry Evers, David Logue,
Dean Mittlieder, Doug Nelson, Richard Feaster, Jim Colwell. THIRD ROW: Miss Johnson, Juanita Meyer,
Sharon Willrett, Toni Tucker, Gail Rich, Karen Charles, Linda Parsons, Jean Christiansen. FOURTH ROW:
Rodney Rickliffs, Michael Schipull, Michael Baker, Ronnie Cook, Russell Canaday, Wayne Patterson, Leroy
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B SQUAD--Linda Percival, Charyl Cook, Carole Richman, Sandy Cook
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Bob Kern, Jim Oberwetter, Jason Etherington, Bill Kraft, Dieter Gruner,
Gary Angle. SECOND ROW: Jack Vipond, Dean Willrett, Glen Johnson, Denny Waller, Gary Peer, ,T im
Richardson, Terry Ringsdorf, Bob Hagg. THIRD ROW: Manager Bill Tordoff, Garry Grahm, Bob Ellefson,
Bob Percival, Chuck Streit, RandyHarms,Bob Post, Steve Miller, Dennis Helmke, Coach Shugart. ABSENTg
J' erry Cowan, Jerry Ostrum, Gary Rich, and Denny Richey,
Although it was not a successful football season in the won and lost column, it was a season of better-
ment for many members of the team. The fine running of the Algona backs and the vicious line play of the
team brought many thrills to the fans of the Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs came close to beating several teams in this year's tough North Central Conference. In
the first game of the season, the Bulldogs were beaten by a field goal at the hands of Emmetsburg. The
last three games were played in rain and mud, causing difficulties for all teams concerned.
Since many underclassmen saw action this year, the Bulldogs will be able to build a better team for
the coming years, boosting that wins column.
7 Emmetsburg 10
O Clear Lake 27
'7 Clarion 27
0 Iowa Falls 27
0 Webster City 39
Eagle Grove 6
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A Hind Sight at the Garrigan Game!
FRONT ROW: Lennie Funk, Doug Medin, Lynn Kueck, Larry Klein, Denny Waller, Dean Willrett, Bob
Parrish. BACK ROW: Coach Stephenson, Jerry Cowan, Bob Percival, Charles Streit, Bill Kraft, Gary
This year's basketball season cannot be considered a failure. The Bulldogs finished 5th in the tough
North Central Conference with a 4-'7 record and a total for the season of 6-11. The highlight of the season
was the sensational win over Cedar Falls during Christmas vacation on Sports Night. Algona will lose two
men from the '59-'60 season. One of them is a starter, J' erry Cowan, whose service will be missed next
year. He was fourth in scoring in the conference this year with a 15.1 point average in the conference and
an over-all record for the year of 16.4 with a total of 262 points. Many of the younger boys saw action this
season: therefore, the Bulldogs will be the team to watch in the coming year.
And we're off with a Percival jump. ..
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: John Spencer, Don Hutchison, Bob Patton, Orland Steil, Don Patton, Jason
Etherington, Jim Richardson. SECOND ROW: Terry Ringsdorf, Jerry Seiler, Bob Ellefson, Bill Sigsbee,
Steve Miller, Jerry Pingel, Garry Graham, Gary Rich, Bob Kern, BACK ROW: B111 Baker, Larry Stratton,
Terry Brandow, Gary Kern, Bill Specht, Denn.is Helmke, Mike Kain, Tom Gouge, Coach Martin.
Algona's tough wrestlers finished with the best record of 6-3 since 1950. Three dependable seniors will
be lost, yet the teamwlll be stronger than ever next season since most of this year's boys were underclass-
EAGLE GROVE INVITATIONAL
Britt won the E. G. Invitational tournament, but Algona got two firsts, two seconds, and one third. As a
team Algona tied for second place in the tournament with Clarion. Jason Etherington and Jerry Seller
Jason was the only Algona man to qualify for the State tournament with 4 sensational wi.ns in the districts.
Algona placed 4th as a team.
The State Meet was held at Cedar Falls this year and Algona's lone entry, Jason, won the championship ln
the 133 pound class.
A. A. U.
The AAU ls not a team affair. It is based on individual wrestlers and their achievement. Eleven Algona
men wrestled in the meet, held one week after the State Meet. Bob Kern won the 175 lb. title, while Orland
Steil placed second in the 112 lb. class.
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16 Britt 23
15 Clarion 26
29 Blue Earth 14
22 Fort Dodge 19
20 Cedar Falls 29
19 Eagle Grove 16
34 Hampton 8
22 Iowa Falls 16
25 Mankato 19
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Jim Richardson, Bill Sigsbee, J im Oberwetter, Bill Tordoff,
Jerry Ostrum, Bill Kraft, Jerry Cowan, Gary Peer. SECOND ROW: Garry Graham, Dennis
Helmke, Fred Churchill, Steve Miller, Dean Willrett, Terry Ringsdorf, Bob Percival,
Gary Rusk. THIRD ROW: Jim Finn, Mike Wickliff, Lance Johnson, Bob Garms, Bob
Parrish, Bill Wetzell, Bob Gerber, Bob Boldridge,J im Pickett. FOURTH ROW: Bob Post,
Terry Brandow, Tom Waller, Maynard Shackleford, Gary Kelley, Don Hutchison, J' im
Stanton, Mike Schmidt, Randy Harms. BACK ROW: Coach Stephenson, Coach Shugart,
Chuck Oberwetter, Rich Hutchins, Dick Pratt, Gary Priebe,
This year's track squad did a remarkable job and ended up fourth in the conference
standing. Despite the rain and the cancelled meets, three school records were broken.
Jerry Cowan broke the high jump, Gary Peer broke the high and low hurdles, and Jerry
Ostrum broke both the shot and football throw records. Algona placed fourth in the all-
conference meet at Eagle Grove. Gary Peer placed third in the hurdles at the State Meet
and the mile relay team was also entered,
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Mile Relay Team
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Earl Routh, Ron Tschetter, Larry Klein, Doug Medin,
Larry Kuchenreuther, Bob Ellefson, Bill Bourne, BACK ROW: John Sires, Roger Ferris,
Mr. Palmer, Lenny Funk, Denny Waller.
After being a number three man all year, Larry Klein will now rise to the number
one man position with three seniors leaving. The team had a partially successful year,
obtaining a great deal of experience.
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After a lapse of several years, an active golf program was carried out at A, H S
this spring. Seven events were included in the schedule. These events and their results
were as follows:
It should be noted that seven of the eight members of the squad were freshmen
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convicts during a hot Christmas in French Guinea. Directed byRon Diggins, the play provided an
amusing barrel of fun for the audience and the cast. The plot included the usual love tangle which
was finally straightened out with the help of murderers, snakes, and dead uncles.
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based on the lives of the inhabitants of The Cloisters, a mental institution. The characters were por
trayed simply, yet with both humor and insight, which added to the over-all appeal of the play. D1
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Our high school band has been chosen as THE band to perform at the Mason
City Band Festival, June 14. The theme of our performance will be the band
trip to Wyoming last summer. Pictured above is the girl who will represent us
as band queen, Dearma Lau.
Majorettes: Sharon DeGroote and Patti Priebe.
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Louise Skow, Pam Waller, Judy Gerber, Rosemary Medin. SECOND ROW:
Kay Agena, Carolyn Plott, Glennda Gabrielson, Lucille Gade, Sharon Scott, Cindy Hardy, Evelyn James,
Don McBride. THIRD ROW: Jane Faber, Bev Warner, Pat Navoichick, Bob Gerber, Deanna Lau, Sherry
Read, Ron Tschetter, Jim Stanton, Vicky Marshall, John Scuffham. FOURTH ROW: Julie Vipond, Barb
Bartlett, Carolyn Stewart, Alice Patterson, Jane Cole, Ann Steven, Barb Brandow, Juneadel Lieb, Carol
Markovetz, Jason Etherington, Tom Anderson. BACK ROW: Roger Ferris, Alan Bode, Judy Becker, Diane
Kuhlman, Carol Kenyon, Linda Tague, Nancy Lowman, Char LaBarre, Pauline McMahon, Cheryl Immerfall.
High School Concert Band met this year on Monday and Wednesday morning and 6th period on Tuesdays
and Fridays. Out of these practices came some difficult but well-played songs. The first concert was given
in February and featured such numbers as "Yellowstone Suite," "Gigi," along with a cornet solo by Bill
Bourne and a trombone solo by Gary Kesting.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Sandy Hakes, Connie Hall, Joyce Riebhoff, John Schutter, Barb Reinders.
SECOND ROW: Jackie Rowley, Mike Navoichick, John Wilson, Mike Kain, Bill Bartlett, Mary Jane Butter-
field, Susan Schultz, Frances Bruns, Margaret Yeoman. THIRD ROW: Eugene Wittkopf, Chuck Streit,
Mike Brayton, Karen Haase, John Platt, Jack Williams, Mary Misbach, Ann Smith, Bill Bourne, Marilyn
Simpson, Gary Colwell, Dale McBride. FOURTH ROW: Bucky Buchanan, Marilyn Skow, Kathy Churchill,
Richard Hutchins, David Reid, Ben Herbst, Gary Kesting, Harriet Benschoter, Kathy Bay, Earl Routh,
Patti Priebe, Bob Garms, Ruth Benschoter, Zulabel Ankenbauer, Gary Rusk, Jim Pickett. BACK ROW:
Sharon DeGroote, Ken Durant, Terry Brandow, Alan Holt, Fred Churchill, Dave Passmore, Mr. Guster.
April 5 the band presented another concert, this time charging admission and presenting Vic Hyde
who owns and plays 65 instruments. Both concerts, under Mr. Guster's direction, were very successful
and were enjoyed by an enthusiastic audience. The annual conference exchange trip this year was with
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Brandow, Judy Gerber, Janice Bode, Kathym Churchill, Rosemary Medin, Joyce Rieb-
hoff, Pat Schneider, Jeanie Sires, Sharon DeGroote.
These thirteen girls have entertained people not only at school concerts but also
at business and social organizations throughout the year. They sang such well-known
songs as "The Night Before Christmas" with a male group in the Christmas Concert
and for the Spring Concert sang "Gigi," and "Speak Low." They closed their year with
an engagement at the Junior-Senior Banquet during which their repertoire included
"Sidewalks of New York" and "Moments to Remember."
FRONT ROW, Left to Right : Carole Richman, Barb Brandow, Jan Koepke, Judy Willrett,
Pam Waller, Kay Agena, Jan Bode, Kathyrn Churchill, Cheryl lmmerfall. SECOND ROW:
DeAnne Hutchison, Judy Kearney, Linda Percival, Bev Urch, Siri Norton, Margaret
Yeoman, Cindy Hardy, Kathy Bay, Barb Reinders, Judy Gerber, Sandy Hakes. 'THIRD
ROW: Jim Stanton, Steve Ostrum, Jim Finn, Garry Graham, Dennis Helmke, Dave Reid,
Bob Garms, John Phillips, Chuck Streit. BACK ROW: John Platt, Phil Egel, Tom
Macumber, Joe Hoenk, Larry Kuchenreuther, Mike Brayton, Ron Tschetter, Jason
Mixed Giorus, under the direction of Mr. Snustad, has again brought the public
a great variety of music throughout the school year. Three concerts were presented this
year: the annual Christmas Concert, a Lenten Vesper Concert, featuring all religious
music by the mixed chorus and solos by Jason Etherington and Kim Deal, and finally
American's Show Time in the Pacific for the spring concert. Among the highlights of the
concert were selections from "South Pacific," a calypso, "The Banana Boat Song," "she
Walks in Beauty," directed by Kim Deal, and the quartets, Four Jacks and a Jill and
Three Hits and a Miss. A special part of the program was reserved for Kim Deal who
sang 7 numbers in a show of his own.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Rosemary Medin, Barb Bartlett, Diane Malueg. Sandy Cook,
Jackie Rowley, Linda Tague, Nancy Lowman, Glennda Gabrielson, Sherry Read, Jean Rovn.
SECOND ROW: Pat Schneider, Kathy Feaster, Sheryl McNeill, Joyce Riebhoff, Char
LaBarre , Sharon DeGroote, Patti Priebe, Marilyn Skow, Carol DeCamp, Pat Cowan.
THIRD ROW: Gary Kesting, Dale McBride, Terry Hobbs, Bucky Buchanan, Gary Colwell,
Don McBride, Alan Bode. BACK ROW: Earl Routh, Dave Steven, Kim Deal, Ben Herbst,
Bill Bourne, Dick Zweifel, John Schutter, Alan Holt.
Their trip for the year was at Christmastime when the chorus traveled to Mason
City and appeared on KGLO-TV. They also entertained three other high school choruses
for the conference vocal festival in February. As you can see, the vocal department
has been very busy working up music for your enjoyment. A big "thanks" goes to Mr.
Snustad, a terrific director. H
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Sandy Hakes, Barb Brandow, Judy Gerber, Kay Agena, Pam
Waller, Margaret Yeoman, Zulabel Ankenbauer, Rosemary Medin, Cheryl Immerfall,
Judy Becker, Julie Vipond, Bev Warner, Alice Patterson, Carolyn Plott. SECOND ROW:
Susan Schultz, Jane Faber, Carol Kenyon, Ruth Benschoter, Diane Kuhlman,Juneadel
Lieb, Carol Markovetz, Vicky Marshall, Barb Bartlett, Glennda Gabrielson, Linda Tague,
Jane Cole, Jackie Rowley, Lucille Gade. BACK ROW: Frances Bruns, Connie Hall,
Cindy Hardy, Kathy Churchill, Kathy Bay, Joyce Riebhoff, Barb Reinders, Linda Percival,
Louise Skow, Patti Priebe, Nancy Lowman, Char LaBarre, Sharon DeGroote, Mary Jane
Butterfield, Mary Misbach, Marilyn Skow,
Pictured above are the band girls who met only once a week, on Thursdays, for their
rehearsals. Surprisingly enough when it came to concert time these girls worked hard
and were an integral part of the combined girls' choruses.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right, Sieila Fain, Sharon Srnith, Judy Mittag, Roberta Schwende-
mann, Karen Seiler, Jean Keith, Mary Broesder, Kathy Feaster, Diane Malueg, Karen
Alt, Donna Reefer, Pat Cowan, Sheryl McNeill, Marianna Reiken, Jean Rovn, Virginia
Hedlund, Janice Olson, J aniceJ ames, SECOND ROW: DeAnneHutchison, Myrna Mino, Judy
Willrett, Joyce Anderson, Francie Zeigler, Carole Richman, Carol Loar, Janice Koepke,
JoAnn Mino, Sandy Cook, Patty Peterson, Ann I-Iaase, Charyl Cook, Barb Boyd, Phyllis
Scott, Nancy Apple, Janice Bode. BACK ROW: Barb Lau, Siri Norton, Judy Kearney,
Joyce Van De Walker, Sandra Parsons, Judy Alexander, Bev Urch, Sheryl Olson, Ruth
Van Buren, Penny Johnson, Nancy Geilenfeld, Donna Patton, Carolyn Rochleau, Paulette
Slobe , Brigitta Whittemore, Carol De Camp, Pat Schneider, Claudia Ruark.
Among their repertoire were "The Best Things in Life are Free." "Dites-Moi,"
from South Pacific, and "When You wish Upon a Star." These girls fabovep met on
Monday and Wednesday mornings. Under Mr. Snustad's capable direction, they managed
to combine with the band girls' chorus to provide entertaining music for all.
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Kim Deal, soloistg Pam Waller, accompanist.
ALL STATE QUARTET--FRONT: Pam Waller, Joyce ALL STATE QUARTET -- Margaret Yeoman,
Riebhoff. BACK: Dave Reid. Ben I-Ierbst. Kim Deal, Sharon DeGroote. ABSENT: Jason
LEFT TO RIGHT: Midge Williams, Kathyrn Churchill, Cindy Hardy,
Cheryl Immerfall, Kim Deal.
Annual Sales were booming high this year. Selling ads to businessmen provided the major source of
income for the expense of the annual. Later in the year the public purchased an annual for three dollars.
Aside from missing some receipt books and running short on layout mats four days before the final
deadline, the job was finally accomplished and the deadline met. We hope it has brought you enjoyment and
renewed your high school memories.
FRONT ROW, Left toRight:Eve1ynJ'ames, Z.ulabe1Ankenbauer, Donna Reefer, Sharon
DeGroote, Margaret Yeoman, ,To Ann Muckey. Jean Sires. BACK ROW: David
McDonald, Phil Egel, Bill Tordoff, Andy Huff, Murl Walker, J' ason Etherington.
President Dick Zweifelg Vice-President, Pat Cowang Treasurer, Ben
Herbstg Secretary , Pam Waller.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Rosemary Medin,
Karen Alt, Mike McNeill, Bill Bourne,
This year's Student Council was one of the most active in the school s history. The successful home-
coming topped with the annual Christmas family and charity projects paved the way toward even a bigger
accomplishment -- that of bringing a foreign student to our school, We owe much of the success of the
council to its advisor, Mr. Alberts.
FRONT ROW, Left no Right: Charyl Cook, Sandy Cook, Carolyn Plott,
Mary Misbach. BACK ROW: Al Holt, John Schutter, Jim Stanton.
ANENT: Gary Angle, Gary Rich, Lynn Kueck.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Treasurer, Cheryl Irnmerfallg Secretary, Janice
Bodeg Vice-President, Pam Wallerg President, Mike McNeill. BACK ROW:
Sponsor, Mrs. Kelley, John Wilson, Dave Passmore, Pat Cowan.
The amiual National Honor Society spring banquet ended the second year of the Algona chapter,
Meeting the basic requirements of scholarship, character, leadership, and service, nine new members
were initiated into the club. It now consists of seven seniors, six juniors, and the three probationary
sophomores. The National Honor Society should be a goal of all students for scholastic recognition and
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Treasurer, Cindy Hardy: Secretary, Sharon DeGroote: Vice-
President, Jean Keith: President, Joyce Riebhoff. SECOND ROW: Nancy Lowman, Siri
Norton, Pat Cowan, Carolyn Rochleau. BACK ROW: Barb Bartlett, Patti Priebe, Sandy
Hakes, Glennda Gabrielson. Sponsor: Mr. Meyer, Not Pictured.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Treasurer, Marv Broesder: Secretary, Don Madsen: Vice-President, Mike
McNeill: President, Murl Walker: Sentinel, Jerry Seller: Reporter, Ted McNeill. SECOND ROW: Sam
Burtis, James Gatton, Jerry Pingel, Don Etherington, Dennis Graham, Bob Gerber, Jim Pingel. THIRD
ROW: Bob Patton, Mike Kain, Orland Steil, Gary Priebe, John Moore, Larry Stratton. FOURTH ROW:
Bob Ellefson, Terry Hobbs, Dennis Leigh, Bill Saecht, Don Urch, Terry Brandow. BACK ROW: Larry
Braun, Lynn Kueck, Don Patton, Gary McVay, Jerry Schuller, John Scuffham. Sponsor, Mr. Sefrit, Not
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: CHEERLEADERS A QUAD: PAM WALLER, NANCY LOWMAN,
KATHY BAY, PAT COWAN. FIRST ROWg Janice James, Myrna Mino, TREASURER DONNA
REEFER, SECRETARY LOUISE SKOW, VICE-PRESIDENT JEAN IGEITH, PRESIDENT IOANN
MINO, THIRD ROW: Janice Olson, Sharon Bilyeu, Phyllis Hardgrove, Karen Schultz, Emma
Finley, Sheryl Olson, Karen Seiler, Margaret Yeoman. FOURTH ROW: Janice Ringsdorf, Ann
Haase, Sharon Smith, Paulette Slobe, Sheila Fain, Marianna Reiken, Betty Wickwire. FIFTH
ROW: Ann Steven, Patty Peterson, Becky Stayer, Pat Schneider, Claudia Ruark, Carolyn Roch-
leau. BACK ROW: CHEERLEADERS, B SQUAD: CHARYL COOK, LINDA PERCIVAL, SANDY
COOK, CAROLE RICHMAN. SPONSOR: MRS. MOXLEY fNot picturedj.
In its third year of existence, the Pep Club has done much to increase the spirits of the
athletes as well as the student body. Besides cheering the teams to many victories at home, much
yelling and noise-making with our newly added cow bells went on to the out-of-town-games.
We showed that we had spirit to spare by the fine exhibit we put on at our game with Garrigan.
Next year we are planning on a very pert Pep Club to increase school spirit and rally our teams
to top spots in the conference,
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Penny Johnson, Jean Rovn, Trudy Olson, Kathy Feaster, Sheryl
McNeill, Kay Agena, SECOND ROW: Roberta Schwendemann, Zu1abe1Ankenbauer, Mary Broesder,
Karen Alt, Glennda Gabrielson, Sandy Hakes, Barb Bartlett, Judy Gerber. THIRD ROW: Natalie
Boldridge, Rosemary Medln, ,To Muckey, Karen Haase, FOURTH ROW: Joyce Riebhoff, Judy
Kearney, Mary Misbach, Patti Priebe, Barb Reinders, Siri Norton, Cindy Hardy, Sharon DeGroote,
Jackie Rowley. BACK ROW: MANAGERS: CONNIE HALL, JUDY J' OHNSON, LINDA TAGUE, JEAN
KEITH, SPONSOR: MRS. MoxLEY fnot picmredp.
As we seniors of 1960 began our four years of high school, a drill team composed of twenty-
four girls selected on ability, grade average, and personality was organized byMrs. Moxley,
Since then we have become a familiar group to the community and school. Our activities include
precision drills and various dances during the half-time of basketball games, and appearances on
television. We hope your future in Cadettes, underclassrnen, will be as enjoyable as our past
years have been.
FRONT Row, Left to Right: PRESIDENT LINDA CLARK, VICE PRESIDENT KIM DEAL, SECRE-
TARY ROSEMARY MEDIN. SECOND ROW: Barb Lau, Francie Zeigler, Deanne Hutchison, Gary
Rich, Mike Schmidt, Gary Kelly, Randy Harmes, Jerry Cowan. THIRD ROW: Barb Boyd. Brlgitta
Whittemore, Barb Brandow, Jackie Rowley, Carolyn Plott, Jim Johnson, Lance Johnson, Jolm
Phillips, Dave Strickler. BACK ROW: Janice Koepke, Diane Malueg, Judy Johnson, Marilyn
Skow, Alan Holt, John Schutter, Mike Navoichick. SPONSOR: MISS CONDON.
The motto of the Art Department might well be, "These Doors Are Open to A11 Who Ap-
preciate Art. "
Miss Condon's art classes produced their usual quota of work, indicating her fine guidance
in technique and workmanship.
ln addition to the regular art course, art club gave a chance to all who could not get into
a regular class held inA.H.S. to do independent work, and one of the best exhibits ever held in
the school, and offereda chance for about 1,200 visitors to see junior and senior high school art
Awards in Scholastic Contest and the American Legion Auxiliary poster contest were won
by Gary Kelly.
Adult classes produced fine work--a fine expression of the interest in the Algona Commu-
LEFT: Miss Condon and Kim and
his "Okoboji" painting.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Kathy Churchill, Sandy Cook, Mary Broesder, TREASURER KAREN ALT,
PRESIDENT KATHY BAY, VICE-PRESIDENT CHAR LABARRE, SECRETARY LOUISE SKOW, HISTORIAN
ROSEMARY MEDIN, Pat Schneider, SECOND ROW: Roberta Schwendemann, .T anice Bode, Ann Smith,
Cheryl Immerfall, Sandy Hakes, Judy Gerber, Glennda Gabrielson, Siri Norton, Donna Patton, Claudia
Ruark, Carolyn Rochleau. THIRD ROW: Nancy Leigh, Barb Bartlett, Nancy Lowman, Patti Priebe, Sharon
Scott, Emma Finley, Karen Schultz, Phyllis Hardgrove, Pat Navoichick, Bev Johnson. FOURTH ROW:
Betty Wickwire, Ann Steven, Ruth Van Buren, Bev Urch, Bev Warner, Julie Vipond, Jo Muckey, Karen
Seller, Zulabel Ankenbauer, Jo Klemm. BACK ROW: Harriet Benschoter, Judy Naylor, Sheryl Olson,
Sheryl McNeill, Joyce Riebhoff, Evelyn James, Linda Clark, Betty Berninghaus, Connie Munger. SPONSOR:
MRS. COLLIER fnot picturedl.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Carol Loar, Carol Markovetz, J uneadel Lieb, Alice Patterson, Marilyn Skow,
Sharon Smith, Judy Kearney, Vicky Marshall, Judy Willrett. SECOND ROW: Marianna Reiken, Sandy Cook,
Marjorie Holdren, Virginia Hedland, Joan Ward, Rhonda Brandow, Carol Kenyon, Francie Zeigler, Ruth
Boldridge, Barb Brandow. THIRD ROW: Charyl Cook, Kay Agena, Linda Percival, Mary Jane Butterfield,
Nancy Apple, Judy Mittag, Ruth Benschoter, Diane Malueg, Sheila Fain. FOURTH ROW: Becky Strayer, Pat
Peterson, Barb Lau, Jean Rovn, Jackie Rowley, Mary Misbach, Jan Olson, Susan Schultz, Brigitta Whitte-
more, Carole Richman. BACK ROW: Paulette Slobe, Kathy Feaster, Jan Estburg, Diane Kuhlmann,
Phyllis Scott, Janice Ringsdorf, Sharon Helmets, Marcella Lovstad, Nancy Fosnaugh, Barb Boyd.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Glennda Gabrielson, Pat Cowan, REPORTER ROSEMARY MEDIN, TREAS-
URER NANCY LOWMAN, PRESIDENT PAM WALLER, VICE -PRESIDENT JOYCE RIEBHOFF, SEC-
RETARY KAREN HAASE, Deanna Lau, SECOND ROW: Janice Bode, Ann Smith, Clara Hansen, Linda
Tague, Carolyn Stewart, Judy Naylor, Connie Hall. THIRD ROW: Sandy Hakes, Harriet Benschoter,
Natalie Boldridge, Trudy Olson, Louise Skow, Sheryl Olson, Sharon Scott, Pat Navoichick, Phyllis Hardgrove.
FOURTH ROW: Patti Priebe, Barb Bartlett, Jo Muckey, Siri Norton, char LaBarre, Connie Munger, Julie
Vipond, Ruth Van Buren, Bev Warner, Bev Urch. BACK ROW: Karen Alt, Mary Broesder, Cindy Hardy,
Sharon DeGroote, Jean Keith, Roberta Schwendemann, Kathy Bay, Barb Reinders. SPONSOR: MISS
HAYS fnot picturedj.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Carol Kenyon, Francie Zeigler, Sharon Snith, Ann Haase, Sandy Cook,
Sheila Fain, Marianna Reiken, Paulette Slobe. SECOND ROW: Joan Ward, Brigitta Whittemore, Barb
Brandow, Ruth Benschoter, Linda Percival, Charyl Cook, Janice James, Janice Olson. THIRD ROW:
Barb Boyd, Kathy Feaster, Jean Rovn, Jackie Rowley, Janice Koepke, Nancy Fosnaugh, Ruth Chantland,
Marilyn Skow. BACK ROW: Rhonda Brandow , Janice Ringsdorf, Judy Becker, Diane Kuhlman, Nancy
Apple, Phyllis Scott, Mary Jane Butterfield.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: SECRETARY JANBODE, TREASURER ANN SMITH, PRESIDENT ROBERTA
SCHWENDEMANN, VICE-PRESIDENT JTM JOHNSON, Virginia Hedlund, Nancy Apple. BACK ROW:
Barb Lau, Karen Alt, Mary Broesder, Harriet Benschoter, Nancy Fosnaugh, SPONSOR: MR, SIEMENS,
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: TREASURER MARY LAING, REPORTER PENNY JOHNSON, SECRETARY
TRUDY OLSON, VICE-PRESIDENT SANDRA PARSONS, PRESIDENT IUDYALEXANDER, SECOND ROW:
Clara Hansen, Judy Naylor, Carolyn Stewart, Pat Schneider, Claudia Ruark. BACK ROW: Jo Klemm,
Zulabel Ankenbauer, Janelljohnson, Mary Ann Hansen, Nancy Geilenfeld, Donna Patton. SPONSOR: MISS
GANNON Qnot picruredy.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Dave Long, Terry Farnstrom, Gary Angle, Jason Etherington, Phil Egel,
Tom Mactunber. SECOND ROW: Steve Miller, Terry Rlngsdorf, Dean Willrett, Albert Cnantland, Gary Rusk.
THIRD ROW: Denny Richey, Bob Patton, Mike Kain, John Phillips, Bucky Buchanan, Tom Anderson.
FOURTH ROW: Dave Steven, Jerry Gade, Jim Finn, Jim Pingel, Bahne Struecker. BACK ROW: Dick
Zweifel, Ron Tschetter, Jerry Cowan, Jerry Ostrum, Jerry Schuller, Darrell Bunkofske. Sponsor, Miss
Quimby and Mr, Olson, Not Pictured.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Linda Clark, V1rg1niaHed1und, Joyce Van De Walker, Sponsor, M1-5 , Hendersong
Marjorie Holdren, Janice Olson, Patty Peterson. SECOND ROWgJudy Johnson, Linda Tague, Diane Markla,
Terry Ringsdorf, Dean Willrett, Sheryl Olson. THIRD ROW: Tom Macumber, Darrell Bunkofske, Dennis
Helmke, Mike Gilbert, Mike Schmidt, Lutz Duerr, Dave Long. BACK ROW: Lynn Kueck, Terry Hobbs,
James Gatton, Jerry Parsons, Bob Boldridge, Dennis Leigh.
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Deanne Hutchison. BACK ROW: President, ,Tack Grossg Parliamentarian, Dave Steven.
Better-business school relations in Algona have developed through the work of the Algona chapter
of Distributive Education Clubs of America. During the past year D, E. C, A, sponsored a Junior Business
Education Day where the Juniors were given a tour of some of the businesses in Algona. The D, E, C. A,
State Convention at Des Moines was a highlight of the c1ub's work. Each of the club members took part in
the different competitive groups pertaining to salesmanship. To Honsbruch's, Penny's, S and L, Shi1t's,
and Western Auto the D, E, C,A,members wish to express their thanks for a chance at on-the- job training,
SPONSOR- -MR, KRAMER
NE GATIVE S
This year, the debate team had a fairly good season by winning at Buena Vista and placing high in
several other major tournaments. In addition to the pictured debators, Ron Tschetter and Kim Deal
were active in forensic work. With three outstanding veterans coming back, Mr. Palmer can look forward
to another good season for Algona debators next year,
NEGATIVES: Ann Smith, ,Tack Vipond, AFFIRMATIVES: Bi11Bourneand Eugene
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Traditional Homecoming pep rally bonfire
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First place float "It's in
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Royal court with attendants before leading the
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Bob Kern Jim Oberwetter Jerry Cowan
QUEEN PAM and KING JASON
Cindy Hardy Kathy Churchill Sharon DeGroote
8:00 P. M.
Pre -crow ning thrones
10:00-M. C. Sandy crowns king. . . King IHS CIOWHS queen. . .
Royal Dance under blue and Coke Bar for refreshments ..
11:00 P. M.
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Pam reads the Class Will
Under the chandelier . . .
A med Crew at the V. F. W. Three babes havea peek through the
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The four lads at work
Dolls get punch for the guys.
Sadie I-Iawkin's D. I. s
A tired crew, far from hearty, enjoy them
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Corn Palace at Mitchell fnoted for fast- Band members photograph prairie dogs
talking guidesj with Devils Tower in the background.
fwhoever heard of GOPHERS in So.
The whole gang, beneath the dinosaur at Home Sweet Home at the Sheridan Inn qnotice anything on the roof?J
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A pleasant view of Mt. Rushmore.
The band members would like to thank all people responsible for making this trip
possible. This week will never be forgotten.
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at Sheridan, Wyoming.
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Keep your mind on your work and
Off the girls- Glennda told a funny one,
but Judy didn'r get ir.
Look at this Maiden's Form!
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108 ached for it the next day.
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SENIOR CLASS WILL, '60
with Don to join the Moors.
her name to Roberta Schwendemann.
the Mrs. to the Misses.
Uncle Henri to Adolf, the snake.
his vacant chair to Mary Broesder.
her solitude to Char La Barre.
health class on a stretcher.
he hopes .....
for beauty school in bucket seats.
to admire tatoos.
his '60 Chevy to Bill Fraser.
her dimples to a chessy cat.
his thanks to A. H. S.
her love life to Richey and Scott.
for the pea factory.
Julie's car in the driveway.
her 45 hours to Kathy Bay
her Bunny Hop to the bunnies.
cadettes to Mrs. Moxley.
his debating ability to Jack Vipond.
for a party.
her size to Brigitta Whittemore.
her red hair to Jackie Rowley.
her punctuality to the rooster.
his college math books to Miss Miller
his build to Bill Baker.
her gum on the auditorium seats.
speech class with no regrets.
her tonsils to the biology lab.
her neatness to the junior lockers.
his hot rods to Gene Harbor.
his thoroughness to John Spencer.
his haircut to Doug Medin.
the car to Gary.
to join Gloria. '
school on test days.
Connie with her mouth open.
his throwing arm to Hercules.
to find the Pink Lady.
his speed to the wind.
his sob stories to Ann Landers.
her perfume to the Arabians.
su espanol al Senor John Wesley.
the County Home with watermelons.
her Man-Tan to the men.
Honbruch's to Dutch.
her pony tail to the pony.
her driving to Jimmy Lynch.
for Iowa Lake .... to fish?
her blush to Palm.
his fingers in mid air.
his artistic talents on the prom murals
his 1918 notebook to Mr. Alberts.
her pea -pickin' heart to Ernie Ford.
his charm to the highway patrol.
F. F. A. conventions with regret.
her eyelashes to Miss Condon for paintbrushes
Marijane to Sniffles .
his red sweater to "ladies and gentlemen
his diction to Mrs. Kelley.
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY, '60
Somewhere between Iowa City and Ames fI'm not sure of the exact distancel lies a coffeehouse
fashioned after those of the Victorian Era in London. The owners are none other than JOHN WILSON and
JIM JOHNSON, graduates of the class of '60. I had heard that the establishment was well-known for its
"da-da" paintings by Jim, so thought I'd drop in one week-end.
J lm was busy with anewpainting but between splats found time to talk. I asked hlrn if any of his class-
mates had visited the coffeehouse. He nodded yes, and said -he had sent invitations to them three years ago,
and all had at one time or another replied in person.
He acted a bit dejected when he revealed that the former JUDY ALEXANDER, J OLEEN GARDNER,
EVELYN JAMES, NANCY LEIGH, JUDY MCVAY, JOANNS MINO AND MUCKEY, and KAREN SEILER are
now much-married and have at least three children apiece. fl remembered later that this didn't contribute
to J im's plan for haltingthe tremendous population increase in the U. SJ Stopping on their way to a teachers'
convention were Misses DEGROOTE, HARDY, WILLIAMS, and NORTON, now teaching in the Algona Public
School system and occupying two convertibles, plus aten room apartment on the outskirts of town. Coaching
has become the career of JASON ETI-IERINGTON who sings solos in church on Sundays. BOB KERN has
turned to professional wrestling and is now called "Butch the Body." JERRY OSTRUM is his manager.
The Farm Bureau has gained a few members who were ,'60 grads, Jim told me. MIKE MCNEILL is
their new president, MURL WALKER is vice-president, and TED MCNEILL and MARV BROE SDER are
their "backers" in this pressure group. MARILYN SIMPSON owns a horse farm but refuses to join any
I wasn't aware that Algona was such a growing metropolis until Jim's eyes opened wide and he
declared excitedly that JERRY COWAN is supervising the construction of a new skyscraper. Cousin PAT
is head of Roto-Rooter Corporations all over the U, S, Yes, the Cowans are doing quite well.
As always, the gas station business is thriving. DALE NAUMAN is the proud owner of Dale's
Skelly and Zulabel Ankenbauer, having shortened her name somewhat, helps her husband on week-ends
at his station.
Algona now possesses another restaurant, "ANDY'S HUFF PUFF" on the outskirts of town.
FBLA has again achieved its purpose. JO KLEMM is the devoted secretary of Shumway, Kelly, and
Frlstedt. DEANNA LAU is telephone operator in the new five story office of which ARLO BEITZ is
head janitor, having received his training in this line during high school.
The "little shop on the side street" has revised its name to Elva, Jessie, and JEANIE'S. DOROTHY
AREND drops in quite frequently to buy outfits for her grandchildren. At this point Jim refllled my coffee
cup and asked if I'd like to contribute to the Free Expression Room. I declined, asking him to continue his
report. He said the rest have all moved away from Algona, the former LINDA CLARK doing it the easy
way - by trailer. CONNIE HALL has taken permanent residence in Maquoketa. GLORIA REEFER and
DIANE MARKLA have moved to Britt where they now operate a combination drug and clothing store.
PHIL EGEL is head of the physics department at Iowa State University. and his wife J UDITH has a sweet
pea garden. ANN SMITH is also teaching homemaking at ISU. The State University of Iowa has retained
three grads in the field of medicine. JAN BODE and CHERYL IMMERFALL are instructors of Pediatric
Rheumatology and Bill fno 1.3 TORDOFF is a medical technician at the University Hospitals. BILL qno. 2j
KRAFT has finally moved to California where he'sa life guard. DON PATTON is testing new cars designed
by'DAVE MCDONALD at Daytona Beach, KATHY CHURCHILL, now married, operates a beauty shop in
Des Moines and drives a full Corvette.
Two of the class members now reside in Europe. DEANNE HUTCHISON is a fashion designer of
"short subjects" in Paris and SANDRA PARSONS is selling French perfumes. MARGARET YEOMAN is
teaching Spanish in the "New" Cuba. DONNA REEFER has completed her article for EQUIRE magazine
entitled "Let the Sun Do It." DAVE STRICKLER ls a famous artist ln Greenwich Village, collecting glass
bottles as a hobby. RON TSC!-IE'I'I'ER ls operating a chain of grocery stores, specializing in water-
melons. DAVID PASSMORE, a specialist in six languages, is now a highly paid interpreter at the U,N,
Two outstanding musicians in the class have made a great name for themselves. BEN I-IERBST has been
promoted from spectator to participant ln the Stan Kenton Band. KIM DEAL is now starring at the La
Scala in Italy.
The armed forces have c1almedJIM OBERWETTER, JEFF ATHERTON, and BETTY BERNINGHAUS.
Betty ls one ofthe few secret service officials. DAVE STEVEN and DURWOOD NELSON are testing rockets
to the moon. Dave claims he even saw the moon on one trip! Jim stopped and began another "da-da."
I quickly reminded him that he forgot his class president. J lm smiled and said he was proud to say that
the Rev, Richard Zweifel is now chaplain of the U,S, Senate. Suddenly I heard an argument in the Free
Expression Room. Jim laughed at my startled face and said that must be John and PAM arguing again.
The former Pam Waller, he continued, has her M,A, In English now and is collaborating with John on a
book. I hesitated and then asked- "What book?" Jim told me wearily that the title is "Away With Capital
Punishment." He asked me again if I dldn't want to contribute to their expressions and then turned back to
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Processional "Pump and Circumstancen .
"Piano Concerto in A Minor
First Movement" .
Piano Soloist .
High School Band
Mr. Russell Guster, Director
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. Pam Waller
Address . ......... Mr. George Grim
Honors Announcements . . . Mr. Jack Evans
Presentation of Class of 1960 . . . Mr. O. B. Laing
Presentation of Diplomas . . Mr. Perry M. Collins
Benediction ..... . Rev. N. E. Coughenour
Pastor, Methodist Church
Art . . . . David Strickler
Ninth English . . . KHY Asena
Jr. High History . . .Jerry RHIICY
Jr. High Citizenship . . . . Bruce Sundet
Yearbook Award . . Pam Waller
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Delphian Society Art Award
Bel Canto Club Music
B. P. W, Business Education
D. A. R. Social Science
P. E, O. English
Iowa State Bar Association Citizenship
Larry Obrecht Memorial
Soroptimist Club Mathematics
Minnie J. Coate Award
Tuition at Drake
Tuition at I. S, T. C.
Tuition at S. U. I.
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Algona Welding Shop
Amold, Dr. D. D.
Barr Insurance Agency
Bourne, Dr. M. G.
Bronson Building Supply
Clover Leaf Hatchery
Council Oak Store
Davis Paint Store
Dewel, Dr. Robert
East End Grocery
Elva and Jessie 's Apparel Shop
Erickson, Dr. E. E.
Fox Barber Shop
Funk 's Plumbing and Heating
George's Body Shop
Godden Monument Company
Herbst, Ted and Joel
Hoffman, Dr. Karl
Hopkins Standard Service
Hutchison and Hutchison, Attorneys
Iowa State Bank
Iron's Heating and Plumbing
Irvington Co-op Company
Jack's O. K. Tire Service
J. and L. Motors
Kenefick, Dr. I. N.
Kent Motor Company
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Leah 's Bakery
Modern Dry Cleaners
Muckey Plumbing and Heating
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National Farm Loan Association
North Iowa Directory
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Pink Petal Floral Shop
Plott, Dr. C. L.
Ready Mix Concrete and Lumber
Rickleffs' Insurance Agency
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S and L Store
Schultz Brothers Garage
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