Algona High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Algona, IA)

 - Class of 1961

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X ,. f,gLy1mNiI,Qi1gimww W 'www 35113. ' ,Ma M ' w 1 . 1: A H ,fx 1 H WW N M YH X , - :': ifqesl -7 ' ' Qsigona ni Tpieirici me Qiomm Qwigomx, Qswa xmiig 5 May, 1961 'Yo me Ciase. oi i96i, A.i"k.S. 1 A iarnons poet, essayisi, pniiosodnet named Ernetson once said that om cniei want in iiie is sorneone who vliii make us do vlnai we CAN . The iasi word is me rnosx irnoouanm one because we CAN do muon 'neuex than we ARE doing. inope 'Cne past i3 ijeaxs oi gon: edncamion have neiped you to understand Enietson' s point. E oi me iiie ahead oi you is going, to be ia! rnoie conipiexg and the ansvl exe. to ijoui ptobierns ate noi going no come easiiij . Mai me vioiid to yn ou o vi use your suengtn to me nunosu it needs you. Sinceieii , fi of ' ' n A O K O. B. Laing X W ' I I Ill , 5- -2 112 in 5 3 tu W' L 'Fi tu E - , es Y- X., T givin' Z Q, Ek' , " 2 ea --I r ,y A-l ., :flf PRINCIPALS Mr. Allen, after one year as principal of Algona High School, has gained many friends and much respect. Many people have come to know that behind the teasing and joking of this soft-spoken man, there is helpfulness and under- standing. Our only wish is that his future years may be as successful as his first. During his fifth year as principal of the junior high, Mr. Chally has once again done a very good job. With an even larger group of stud ents than ever before, his work has in- creased greatly, but he has taken everything in stride and won many new friends while doing so. Our hats are off to you, Mr. Chally! I l , ,l SCHOOL BOARD .fu MRS. VEDA MURTAGH Vice-President ROBERT E. DEAL , H gf N X1 H ww u EUGENE H. HUTCHINS V mm M, fuk President ,L , QE ,K - Qt ' Z U Um QM H X 5, w m HW ,ggi X 1, E , ,Law 1 is 12522 ,If LK' X ,M W E. A. SCHEMEL Treasur er MRS. INEZ. WOLFE Secretary my ' A lily!-Lieiigi-'mE'.f7 wi 'xv 4,2138 .L 'L -"'.1f-j!,'.,'kQ',1Pf 139, N qqLf,1,,Q.:wmw pk E ,sw ww r-'--j' ff." ' . - ug s' i E . 1 Q H A ' ROBERT BLACK " E OW f .- E ',".. -L ' l E K O,.O W , ' agl-.ww W JOHN HAYES LYLE ALBERTS "And now for another exciting epi- sode in Government. " World History, Government, Stu- dent Council. DON CHIQUET "Listen my children and you shall hear the annual deadline is drawing near." Junior High English, Reading, An- nual Advisor. , .vav , C- 4, HELEN COMFORT "Only chickens pick at their food. " Lunch Room Supervisor. RODGER ANDERSON "I hear the c 1 i rn a t e is better in Nigeria. " Junior High English, Reading. i .1 A CHARLOTTE COLLIER "What's that smell?" Homemaking, F.H.A. ALICE CONDON "It's good, but. . .' Art, Art Club. THOMAS BURLAND "I couldn 't care less. " Spanish, English I. .TOE COLLIER "'What can I do for you?" Biology, Chemistry. ' ' Y Y ' 5717! .5 I1 KEITH CHRISTY "Who's Buck Starbeck?" Physical Education, Baseball Coach. 9 RONALD DIGGINS "I'd keep you after school but the fish are biting. " American Literature, Speech, Dra- matics. LELA HENDERSON "We'1l go broke when the Seniors leave." Library. gf BILL DUFFY "You people are b eh av in g like sophomores in the true sense of the word. " English II. 9? Xe -Er ee E Q:-e 4 51' 5 Fit JIM HERSHBERGER "Leave your Susy alone! " F 0 o tb all and Track, Junior and Senior Physical Education .1...Ei--.,,a?.3g.-.:,., awsfsfagl-1---Tmrlv .. 5--gg .Z RUSSELL GUSTER "I'll tell Santa on you." Junior and Senior High Band. 2 Ea w I ?3 ARNOLD HILL "History r e p e a t s itself and so do some people. " H is t o ry. 5' Junior and Senior High Coach. , Y , , . q . NH. - i mf BOB HOBBIE LOVERNE JOHNSON MARGUERITE KALAR '-'Laps go Canoeing, " "Give me the approximate estimate. " "Seats are going for a high premium. Junior High Science, Coach Junior High Arithmetic. English I, Public Relations. 'IO sf in if HELEN KELLEY MARY KOEHNK "wen, laugh! its funny!" "NOW kids quiet down. " Language and Literature, E nglish Algebra II, Math IV, Eighth Grade Literature, National Honor Society. Math, G.R.A. in 4 .. Q gm, is L L is ,, DON KRAMER "Now get this people. " Retailing, Bookkeeping, Personal Typing, DECA. H ,H in . wr u wwws . swiss H ll I' as .J s 4 Y 4 1 1 V' Milli' 'K " ' " Liflizdixx DONNA MADSEN LEON MARTIN ED MEYER "Who stole my typewriter ribbon?" "This is the best group of boys I've "The f ollo wing people will stay Typing, Shorthand, S e cr e t a ri al ever had. " after school. . . " Training, Office Practice, Personal Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing, Mat1'161T1afiCS.IHdUSI1'i31 OCCUPHUOHS. Typing, FBLA . Annual Business Ad- Wrestling. Electricity. visor . ALVINA MILLER "It puzzles my geometric soul. " Geometry, General Math. M, DELLA MOXLEY ART OLSON "Pick up your feet, girls! Smile! " "Oh, where's my Bug Bomb?" Physical Education, Health, Cheer- Junior High Social Studies,Go1f. leading, Cadettes. 'Il il l r DICK PALMER "Aha, my colleague is at it again! " American History, Speech, Tennis, Debate. s eg... E sg, as mf it N is a J! 1 ll H GEORGE SEFRIT "Hi yah, fella! " A nim al Husbandry and Crops and Soils, F.F.A. mfg: , -Y. ! ! I ESTHER QUINBY "Don't block the halls." Algebra I, Visual Aids. 2? 1 WW ,W -' an 2 WALTER SIEMENS "Now take this situation. . " General Science, Physics, Camera Club. mu 'WWL-w 1 M BEULAI-I RICHARDSON "lt only hurts for a little while! " School Nurse. WILLARD SNUSTAD "Girls in one bus, boys in the other! ' Junior and Senior High Vocal Music ?' - 1-va ', t 'ZA P 52' ' E. . A NC., in I Q .l 3 'rf'!.!-ff, .-ii' il ,-:"'1 jfN,An N . Hi f VV 5 -Q AQY- I :sau 'Sify 55 15 ,N i fe! uf 'if .L . 5 V, 1 KATHRYN SORENSEN HOWIE STEPHENSON ELIZABETH STILLMAN "You'1l have to know this when you "Where's my towel?" "Still water runs deep." go to college." Physical Education, Basketball. Junior High EHg1iShf Reading- Economics, Social Problems, Gui- dance, F.T.A. R ag' 7-5 . i x u . f ELLA ZUMACH "It's fine-time once again." Junior High English, Reading. Junior High Librarian. That isn't the answer I got. " L Doubring Thomas Happy Howie. ,mn A Handshake for Hersh. Ghostly Gus! sf 5 , ,..,. N J.. V Ugg: H an wwf 13 OFFICE STAFF STANDING: .ToAnnK1err1m, Mrs. Agard, Mrs. Clara Teeter, Mrs. Elliot. SEATED: Mrs. Wolfe. ANNEX STAFF FRONT ROW: Mrs. Houchins, Mrs. Fraser, Mrs. Dremmel, ANNEX CUSTODIAN Jessie Miller, Mrs. M. Miller, Mrs. Finley. BACK ROW: Leo Mrs. Chism, Mrs. Olsen, Mrs. Haase, Mrs. Seefeld, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Zumach, Mrs. Gregson. CUSTODIANS I4 Bob FRONT ROW: Mr. Dean Meyer, Mr. Benschoter, Mr. De Boon. STANDING: Mr. White, Mr. Phillips, Bill Meyer, Mr. , Allen, Mr. Cook, Mr. Teeter, Mrs. Naylor, Mr. Kuhn, Mr. winrkopf, Mr. Gade. BUS DRIVERS W mx E SST! , NX fb-, ,.h,,g,, W-ek ' -., M w L H. "--TNR- , X it SQ 45 2 Ai J X K S215 uf' . fi 'WW , l We iw :-- Q p ,us ax OFFICERS--Carl Danielsen, Treasurerg Karen Haase, Secretary: J' ohn Platt, Presidentg Rosemary Medin Vice-President. The corridors will soon stand empty, and almost all activity will cease in Algona High School, marking the end of four wonderful years for the graduating class of 1961, The past year has been especially successful for us seniors, Our homecoming! float finally won first placeg the sports and debate teams, composed mostly of seniors, had very good records this season: and our class was honored with the privilege of being the first to receive the new spirit cup, presented to the school by the class of 1939. None of us know if the years ahead will be as wonderful as the past four have been. We do know, however, that no matter where we go or what we do, we will always remember SENIOR CLASS KAREN ALT Cadettes 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA Officer 2, 3, 4, State Secretary 2,GRA 1.2, 3,4,National Honor Socie- ty 2, 3, 4, Officer 4,Gir1's Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1, 2, 3,4,. Officer 4, Homecoming Queen 4, Stu- dent Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Of- ficer 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 1, Co- editor of Annual 4, Annual Ad Sales 4. BARBARA BARTLETT Camera Club 4, Officer 4, GRA 2, 3, 4, FHA 1,2, 3, 4, Cadettes 3, 4, Mixed Cho- rus 2, 3,4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2,3,4,Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4,Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, An- nual Sales 4, Play Crew 3, FTA 3. HARRIET BENSCHOTER Marching B and 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1,2, 3, 4, Pep- Band 3,4, Camera Club 1, 2,3,4, FHA 1,2,3,4, FHA Officer 4, GRA 1,3,4,Intra- murals 2,4, Annual Staff 4, Play Crew 4, Girls' 1 1'li11rl, Chorus 4. uw 1 1 " r H . X m 3 'EW GARY ANGLE Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, "A" Club 3, 4, Officer 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, Baseball 1, Track 1, 2, Wrestling 1, 2, Visual Aids 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHY BAY Concert Band 1,2,3,4, Marching Band 1,2, GRA 1,2,3,4, FHA 1, 2, 3,4, Officer 2, 3, Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-capt ain 4,1- Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2,3,4, .Tunior Class Play 3, Play Crews 1, 2, Annual Ads 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4 ,Nation- a1 Honor Society 3, 4, Pep Club 1,2,3, 4, Homecoming Candidate 4. I 3 ,, ww i rll,,,ll Q GEORGE BALLUFF Wrestling 1, 2,4, "A" Club 3,4, Track 1, Baseball 2, FFA 1, 2, Visual Aids 4, Intramurals 2, 4. SHARON BILYEU Camera Club 1, 25 GRA 15 Pep Club 25 FHA l,2,35 Cadettes 45 Play Crew 4. FRANCES BRUNS Titonka 1, 25 Girls' Chorus 35 Concert Band-3, 45 DECA 45 Pep Band 35 Marching Band 3, 4. J M ig eee - l- 2 'W f St i 1 , - ,. fa gi ' fa , if ' Q W "tri-il2'i'T"' wil 52511557 W. 7' WE: gif 5, , - ,: 3 'S Y f 4 4. . , is L ,fl W: .ow 45 W' 5 QL err- E 'f ix 's 53 -- sr wil 'E was :sk - H ,E HHH 5,53 NATALIE BOLDRIDGE GRA 3,45 FHA 1,25 FTA 45 Cadettes 1,2,3,45 Intra- murals 1,2,3,45 Girls' Chorus 1, 4. BILL BOURNE Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3,45 Boys' Chorus 1,45 Concert B a nd 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 National Hon or Society 2, 3, 4, Officer 45 Basketball 1,25 Dance Band 25 Tennis 2,3,45 Boys' Quartet 3,45 All State Mixed Quartet 3, 45 Foren- sics 3,45 Student Council 3,45 District Cabinet Mem- ber 45 Play Crew 35 Class Play 45 Golf 1 . TZI , 5 Q ? H W ,,t.t, M i CARL DANIELSEN Junior Class Play 35 Senior Class Play 3,45 C amera Club 45 N ational Honor Society 45 Class Treasurer 45 Visual Aids 1,2, 3,45 Annual Staff Photographer 4. ,Msg .r .sa ,Egan f H in ttt l fff: sv - ' -' I Q Y .' 5 , ' EEQJ' MARY BROESDER GRA 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 35 Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 45 National Ho no r Society 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent 45 C adettes 2, 3,45 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 45 Intra- murals l, 2, 3,45Play Crew 35 Annual Sales 45 Annual staff 45 Class Treasurer 2, 3. .. LEONARD FUNK Football 2, 4, Basketball 2, 3,4g Track 45 Tennis 3 "A" Club 1,2,3,4. be FRED DUERR 4. EMMA FINLEY Camera Club 1, 2, Fl-IA 1, 2,3,4g GRA 1,4, Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 1,25 Girls' Chorus lg Play Crew 1, Intramurals 1,2, 3, Class Play 3, 4, Annual Staff 4. Camera Club 4gVisual Aid .f 5 -S ' , 3,4gFTA 2, 3,4, Officer Annual Ads 4, Annu I w ez .ar Girls' Chorus 1,2,3, Cadettes 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 2, 3, 4, Officer 4gGRA 1, : M H eg' fr firm, u 1: wwfamvrr, YP? GLENNDA GABRIELSON Concert Band 1,2,3,4 Marching Band 1,2, 3,4 . MixedChorus1,2,3, 1. 2. 4: al Q Staff4gPlay Crew 3,4g 1 If Club 1 V. Intramurals 1,Camera 4: 4: TERRY FARNSTROM Visual Aids 1, 2, 3, 45 Play Crew 4, Librarian 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Annual Sales 4, Forensics 4. JERRY GADE Baseball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, Basketball 1, Manager 25 Camera Club 1,25 Visual Aids 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. I U DY GERBER F 'lf NANCY GEILENFELD FHA 2, Pep Club 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, FBLA 3, 4. KAREN HAASE Class Officer 1,2,3,4, GRA 1,2,3,4, Officer 3,4, Marching B an d 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band l,2, 3,4, Cadettes 2,3,4, Co-captain 4, Pep Club l, FHA 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,Class Play 3,4, Annual Staff 4, Sports Queen Candidate 4, National Honor Society 4. Figs, JOHN GILBERT Football 1, Tennis 2, Bas- ketball 1. Cheerleader 1, 2 , Cadettes 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Accompanist 3, 4, March- ing Band 1,2,3,4, Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Queen 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Sy rnphonettes 2, 3,4, Modern Choir 3, 4, GRA 1, FHA 2, 3, 4,All State Cho- rus 4,Play Crew 1, 2, Busi- ness Manager3 , Intramurals 1, 2, 8, Annual Ads 4. Nlsmf BOB HAAG Track 1, Tennis 2, 3, Art Club 4,Baseba1l 1,2, Foot- ball 2,3,4, "A" Club 4, FBLA 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4 ALVIN HAGG Play Crew, Intramurals 4. EUGENE HARBOUR Wrestling 1. 2. SANDY HAKES Modern Choir 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3,4, Cadettes 2, 3, 4, Symphonettes 4, Marching B an d 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band l,2, 3, 4, Pep Club l,FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, GRA 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Annual Sales 4, Play Crew 3,4, Intra- murals 1 . MARY ANN HANSEN Mixed Chorus 1, FBLA 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, DECA 4, Vice President 4. f PHYLLIS HARDGROVE FHA 1.2, 3,4, GRA 1,2,3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Sales 4, Class Play 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Librarian 1, 3. CLARA HANSEN FBLA 3,4, GRA 1,2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Art Club 4,PepClub 3, Camera Club 2, Conference Play 2, Class Play 4, Play Crew 3, 4, Intramurals 2 . JOE HOENK Baseball 1, Basketball 1, Track 1, Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3. ek RON ISAACSON Cedar Rapids 1, 2, 3. JEAN KEITH Symphonettes 3,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 2, 3, Officer 35 Cadettes Mana- ger 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, GRA 1,2,3,45 Class Play 15 Play Assistant, Director 1535 FTA 3, 4, Officer 3,45 FHA 45Annual Staff 4. BEVERLY JOHNSON FHA 1,2,3,45 DECA 4, President 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1. F W. Er 3-3 5 GLENN JOHNSON Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 15 DECA 45 "A" Club 2, 3,45 Visual Aids 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 3,4. PENNY JOHNSON FHA 1, 2, 35 Cadettes 1, 2, 3,45 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3, 45 Intramurals 1,25 FBLA 3, 45 Officer 3. GARY KESTING Track 15 Baseball 15 Wrestling 15 Mixed Cho- rus 2, 3,45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3,45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3,45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Soloist 35 Dance Band 25 Modern Choir 3,4. NANCY LOWMAN Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Concert Band 1,2,35 Marching Band 1,2,35 GRA 1,2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 45FHA 2,3,45 Camera Club 1,25 FTA 35 Cheer- leading l,2, 3,45 Co- captain 45 Play Crew 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3,45 Homecoming Queen Candi- date45 Sports Queen Candi- 5 date 45 Annual Sales4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. LARRY KLEIN Basketball l,2,3,45 Ten- nis 2,3,45 Baseball 1,2, 35 Track 1: "A" Club 2, 3, 45 Student Council 1,45 FTA 4, Officer 45Nation- al Honor Society 4. DAVID LONG Annual Sales 45 Wrestling 1.2, 35 Visual Aids 1, 2, 3,45 Librarian 2,3, 45 De- bate 45 Track 15 Baseball 15 Class Play 45 Forensics 4. CHARLENE LA BARRE FHA 1,2, 3, Officer 35 GRA l,2,3,45 Camera Club 1,25 Cadettes 1, 25 Annual Ads 4g Play Crew 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 1, 25 Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Intramurals 1,25 Girls' Chorus 1, 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,4. DONALD MADSEN FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4 Annual Sales 45 Intra- murals 4. SANDI LUDWIG Corwith Wesley 1,2 , DECA Y 745 1 -we .far PAULINE MC MAHON FHA 1,25 GRA 1,25CQr1- cert Band 1,2,3, 45 Librari- an 1,2,35 DECA 4, Officer 45 Girls' Chorus 15 Pep Band 3,45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN MOORE Cylinder 15 Concert Band 1,25 Marching Band 1,25 FFA 1, 2, 35Play Crew 3, 45 Pep Band 2. SHERYLL MC NEILL FHA 1,2, 3, 45 Cadettes 1, 2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 'Play Crew 2,35 Intra- murals 1,25 Annual Sales 4. ROSEMARY ME DIN FHA l,2,3,4, Officer 3, 45 GRA l,2,3,4, Officer 3,45 Cadettes 1,2, 3,4, Co-captain 45 Symphonet- tes 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Modern Choir 1, 3, 45Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Art Club 2, 3,4, Officer 3, 45 Sports Queen 45 Camera Club 15 Annual Staff 45 Student Council 1,2,3 5Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3,45 Class Play 25 Play Crew 3,45 All State Chorus 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society45Class Vice Presi- dent 4 CONNIE MUNGER GRA 1, 2, 3,4, Officer 45 FHA 1,2, 3, 45Camera Club 1,25 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 45 M ixed Chorus 1, 25 Play Crew 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual Sales 45 Pep Club l, 2. STEVE MILLER Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 15 Wrestling 2, 3,45 Track 1,2, 3,45 Baseball 1,2, 3,45 "A" Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1,3,45 Play Crew 2, 35 Golf l, 25 Visual Aids 3,4. DONNA PATTON SHERYL OLSON Fairmont, Minnesota 1,25 GRA 3,45 FHA 3,45 Pep Club 35 Cadettes 45 Girls' Chorus 3,45 Play Crew 45 Librarian 35 Annual Sales 4. PAT NAVOICHICK Kenosha, Wisconsin 1, 25 Student Council 45 Annual Sales 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Concert Band 3, 45 Pep Band 3,45 Camera Club 4, Officer 45FHA 3,4, Officer 45 GRA 3,45 Officer 45 Intramurals 3,45Play Crew 3 5 Sports Queen Candidate 4. TRUDY OLSEN Cadettes 1, 2, 3,45 GRA 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 FBLA 3,4, Officer 3,45 Play Crew 4. JUDY NAYLOR FHA 1,2, 3, 45 GRA 3,45 FBLA 3,4, Officer 45 Play Crew 45 Intramurals 1, 2, GARY PEER Band 15 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co- captain 45 Golf 15Track 2, 3,45 Baseball 2, 35 "A" Club 2, 3, 45 Sports King 45 "Ath1ete of the Year" 4. Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 45 FHA 1,2, 3, 45 FBLA 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Play Crew 4. JOHN PLATT ROBERT PERCIVAL Football 1,2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Basketball 1,2, 3,45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 "A" Club 2, 3,45 Sports King Candi- date 4. SHERRY READ Humboldt 15 Concert Band 2, 3,45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3,45 Girls' Chorus 2, 3,45 Mod- ern Choir 45 Symphonettes 45 GRA 2, 3,45 FHA 2, 3,45 FTA 35 Librarian 35 Play Crew 35 Senior Play 45 Ca- dettes 2,3,45Annual Ads 45 Annual Staff 45 Home- coming Queen Candidate 4. BORA PERVANE Eskisehir, T ur k ey 1, 2, 35 Art Club 45 Wrestling 45 Camera Club 45 Track 45 Student C o u n c i l Observer 45 Visual Aids 4. Class President 45 Student Council 4, Officer 45 Marching Band l,2, 3,45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 3,45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4 5 Boys' Chorus 45Camera Club 45 Debate 45 Senior Play 3,45 Junior Play 35 One Act Play 45 Danc e Band 25 Play Assistant Di- rector 45 Visu al Aids 45 Forensics 4. - BARBARA REINDERS GRA l,2,3,45 Camera Club 1,25 Cadettes l, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3,45 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,45 Symphonettes 2, 3, 4 5Mod- ern Choir 2, 3,45 Intra- murals 1, 2, 3,45 All-State Quartet 45 Class Play 1,3,45 Play Crew 25 One-Act Play 45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3,45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3,4. PATTI PRIEBE Concert Band l,2,3,45 Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Majorette 2,3,45 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Play Crew 1,2,35 Senior Play 45 Re- ligious Play 15 Cheerleader 1,25Cadettes 35 Intramurals 1, 2,3,45 Annual Sales 45 GRA 1,2,3,45 FHA 2,35F TA 3,45 Pep Club 1,25 One Act Play 45Camera Club 2. I i JOYCE RIEBHOFF Concert Band 1,2, 3,45 Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band l,2,35Git1s' Cho- rus 1, 2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Modern Choir 3, 45 Syrnphonettes 2, 3,45 All State Chorus 3,45 GRA 1,2,3, 4, Officer 35 FHA 1,2,3, 4, Officer 45 FTA 3,4, Officer 35 National Honor Society 3,4, Officer 45 Religious Play 15 Play Crew 2, 35 Intramurals 1, 25 Cadettes 3, 45 Annual Sales 4. GARY RICH Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3,45 Track 1,2,45 Art Club 3, 4, Officer 3,45 "A" Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 35 Stu- dent Council 2, 3, 4, Offi- cer 45 Class President 2, 35 FFA 1,25 Play Crew 3,45 Visual Aids 35Annua1 Sales 4. DENNY RICHEY Estherville 15 Football 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 DECA 45 Visual Aids 2, 3, 4. JIM RICHARDSON Wrestling 1, 2,3,4, Co- captain 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1,25 FBLA 45 "A" Club 1, 2, 3,45 Sports King Candi- date 45 Annual staff 4. TERRY RINGSDORF Football 1,2,3,45 Wrest- ling 1, 2, 3,45 Track 1, 2, 35 FBLA 45 DECA 45 FFA 15 "A" Club 2, 3, 45 Visu al Aids 1, 2, 3, 45 Librarian 3. LINDA RIEDEL E H: ,V 4 , H 5555? 27 CAROLYN ROCHLEAU Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 2, 3,4g FHA 1, 2, 3,4g FTA 3, 4, Officer 4, Intramurals 2, 3. KAREN SCHULTZ FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3,4g Girls' Chor'us 1, 2, Play Crew 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4. EARL ROUTH Laurens, Iowa lg Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2,3,4g Pep Band 3,4gMixed Chorus 3,4g Modern Choir 4g T ennis 2, 3,4g Intra- murals 2, 3gBoys' Chorus 4. CLAUDIA RUARK Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 2, 3,45 FHA 1, 2, 3,45 FBLA 3,49 Annual Sales 43 Intramurals 1. ROBERTA SCHWENDEMANN GRA 1,2,3,4g FHA 1.2, 3,4g Intramurals 1, 2, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4g Cadettes 2,3,4gCamera Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3,4g Girls' Chorus 2, 3,4g Class Play 3,45 Annual Ads 4 gAnnual Photographer 4. PAT SCHNEIDER Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3,43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4g Sy- mphonettes 2,3,4g Pep Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, FHA 1,2,3, 4, Officer 3, 4, FBLA 3,4, Officer 4g Modern Choir 2, 3, 4, All State Quartet 4, Intramur- als 1, 25 GRA 1. LOUISE SKOW GRA 1,2, 3, 4, Officer 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Officer 35 Pep Club 2, 3, Officer 35Intra- murals 1, 2,3,45 Annual Sales 45 Play Crew 35 Art Club 4519613 Band 3,45 Marching B and 1,2, 3, 45 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4. BILL SIGSBEE Football 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Track 1,2, 35 Art Club 45 "A" Club 2,3,45 Annual Staff 4, Co-editor 45 Debate 45 Forensics 45 Boys' State 3. 1. s. ,T SHARON SCOTT FHA 1, 2, 3, 45GRA 2,3,45 Girls' Chorus 1,2,35 Marching Band 1, 2, 3,45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3,45 Pep Band 3,45Intramura1s 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual Sales 4. r N, 5- ..,,. A 'W'---f .1 JERRY SEILER Football 25 Wrestling 1, 2,3,45 Co- captain 45 Track 35 "A" Club 1, 2, 3,45 FFA 1,2, 3, 4, Of- ficer 3. ORLAN STEIL "A" Club 1, 2, 3,45 FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 45 Track 35 Visual Aids 1, 2. JOHN SPENCER FFA 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 "A" Club 3,45I1'lIIa- murals 45 Track 3. LINDA TAGUE Q as as CAROLYN STEWART GRA 1234- FBLA34 Officer 4, Marching Band 1,2, 3,45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3,4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Annual Staff 4 ANNE STEVEN Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Camera Club 1,251,613 Band 45 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 FBLA 45 Play Crew 3. JACK VIPOND "A" Club 2, 3,45 Football 1,2,35 Wrestling 1,25 Track 15 Debate 3,45 Class Play 3, 45 Boys' State 35 Forensics 3.4. E as may , 1 ,Ya aa -34' 3-fl -5 , . - As 1' - ggfjgg, Class Play 2,3,45 Play Crew 15 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Modern Choir 45 Con- cert Band 1,2,3, 45 March- ing Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 1,2,3,45 Cadette Manager 3,45 FHA 15 GRA 1,2,45 Annual Staff 45 Librarian 1, 25 Intramurals 1.2, 3,4. air - A Wegfzagg JULIE VIPOND Marching Band 1,2,3,45 ConcertBand1,2,3,45 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 45 Intra- murals 45Pep Club 15 FTA 45 GRA 2,3,45 Annual Sales 4. RUTH VAN BUREN GRA 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Annual Sales 4. fi w as murals 4, Play Crew DEAN WILLRETT Tr ac k 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, "A" Club 1, 2, 3,4, Sports King Candidate 4, Annual Staff 4, Visual Aids 1, 2, 3.4, Librarian 1, 2, 3. DENNY WALLER Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Tennis 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3,4, Play Crew 1, Class ,Wai ,N 3 trwxlwgww ,v my ' H rss.. 'if may 3.4, "A" Club 4, An- nual Sales 4, Forensics 4. BETTY WICKWIRE GRA 1, Camera Club 1, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Librarian 4, FTA 4. EUGENE WITTKOPF National Honor Society Concert Band 1,2,3,4, Marching B an d 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 1,2, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, FTA 4, "A" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- Class Play 4, Debate 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, Dance Band 2, Track 1, 2,Annual Business Manager 4,Foren- sics 4. BEV WARNER Marching B an d 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1,2,3,4, Girls' Chorus 2,3,4, FHA 1,2,3,GRA 2,3, Intra- murals 1,2. ' ,3l 34 LLMLL RM N anljfjwkmw- Eigmjffffwfff' 222 5? Qi? 5 42 Q? 3 tgffmf Qgf SJWQTJQE WY Ky 2159 W ghifwfy yb Q, W MZAW Mis J Q? 3 Q'3f3V'3f7E,53fQx5 W5 Wa Q5 igyfia W2 AC WX, Epi Q A 13 2353? M 7 Q52 25392, W Q4 OV Ri MMM Q Mfg SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY . One night last November as I was traveling through my old home town, Algona, I was attracted by a friendly- looking night spot just north of Hobarton. The bright neon lights read "Shades's Shady Nook." and as I entered.I found, to my surprise, that it was owned and operated by my old friend JOHN "Shades" MOORE. Although the place was packed, Shades took off time to talk to me about old times. He told me that GARY KESTING'S world-famous dance band was appearing later that night featuring soloists PAT SCHNEIDER and BILL BOURNE, the recording stars GARY RICH and GARY ANGLE, an drummer LINDA TAGUE, who also plays the piano in afternoons. On the stage just then, LINDA RIEDEL was perform- ing one of her great pantomime acts, "RunningBare-foot". Noticing that several of our old classmates were personnel at the nightclub, I asked if any more were on his payroll. "Yes," he replied, "DENNY RICHEY is out in the kitchen now cooking up some stew, and SHARON SCOTT is peeling onions for him." ROBERTA SCHWEN- DEMANN, he told me, had decorated the nightclub herself. He then mentioned that- several of the"61" grads had gone into business enterprises. JOHN SPENCEPJS Sporting Goods Store is a thriving Algona business. DEAN WILL- RETT is his head accountant whenhe isn't making speeches for the local Temperance Union. JOHN GILBERT, manu- facturer of fishplugs, furnishes the store with a varied supply of his product. RON ISAACSON is constantly buy- ing plenty of skis for his new ski resort. Sl-IERYL OLSON'S dime store has now developed into a large chain store. In the field of beauty, many improvements have been made. The new RUTH VAN VUREN Rouge Products Corporation has its headquarters in Algona. Peddling her products is the capable saleslady BEV WARNER. Other beauty enterprises are PHYL I-lARDGROVE'S HairDress- ing and Design Shop and BEV JOHNSON'S Reducing Salon. STEVE MILLER is developing a new dye for CHAR LA BARRE'S beauty shop, which is guaranteed never to grow out. Algona hasn't become completely industrialized. SHERYL MC NEIL runs Kueck's Farms, and JOE HOENK has become a farm manager. TERRY FARN- STROM and DON MADSEN are hired hands on these farms. Kuecks are the best customers of the Barb-wire company owned by BARB REINDERS and BETTY WICKWIRE. Some of our class members live in other countries. JIM RICHARDSON is a big game-hunter in Africa with TERRY RINGSDORF as his tree-swingin', limb-snappin' guide. CMeanwhile, back at the hut, CAROLYN STEWART is busy keeping the little "Tarzans" under hand. GARY PEER, .Olympic star in Greece, has gained fame for his tremendous record in the one-mile walk. JERRY GADE is the bowling champion of Australia. In solitude on the Nile CAROLYN ROCHLEAU is dictating her new math book to CLAUDIA RUARK. "Now that you mention books," Shades said, "DENNY WALLER is writing the Shatter magazine with FRED DUERR as head printer. ANNE STEVEN, firstofthe class to be married, writes the "Lonely Hearts" column on page 13 of SHATTER. CLARA HANSEN, the art editor. keeps the magazine supplied with VanGogh-type pictures." Just then a cigarette girl approached us with her wares. A closer look revealed to us that she was none other than mighty-midget CONNJE MUNGER. When my eyes finally returned to Shades, he was talking about science. Two brilliant scientists at Cape Canaveral, CARL DANIELSEN and ALVIN HAGG, are now designing a solar city for Venus. HARRIET BENSCHOTER and ROSEMARY MEDIN are c olla b o r a t in g their wits to develop an anti-cat bite lotion just in case there are some Siamese cats on the planet. KATHY BAY specializes in pulling the teeth of Canaveral monkeys and mice. KAREN I-IAASE, also down at the Cape. busily occupies herself with nursing injured astronauts back to health. With all these famous people, I was beginning to wonder whether there were any ordinary homemakers. Shades did not keep me in suspense long, for he said SHARON BILYEU. MARY ANN HANSEN, PAULINE MC MAHON, and TRUDY OLSEN were busy supplying JUDY GERBER'S Baby Products with many customers. "Speaking of children," Shades said as he motioned another cigarette girl, KAREN SCHULTZ, away, "did you know that a few of our class members are teaching?" When I shook my head. he proceeded to enumerate. GLENNDA GABRIELSON and NATALIE BOLDRIDGE both teach boys' classes in Des Moines. JOYCE RIEBHOFF was teaching math, but she finally gave up and started to raise little numbers of her own. LARRY KLEIN, when he isn't aiding EARL ROUTH in giving motor scooter lessons, teaches a course called, "How to Make Your Friends Think Their Money Is Yours." In the athletic department NANCY LOWMAN and ROBERT PERCIVAL are doing excellent jobs. Shades paused fora moment and smiled. "Oh, yes, PENNY JOHNSON is our truant officer. and ORLAND STEIL holds the position of principal. EMMA FINLEY and JUDY NAYLOR work in the school office and drive school buses after hours. KAREN ALT and MARY BROESDER hold impressive positions as private secretaries to five-star generals in the Pentagon. Janitor SANDY HAKES is keeping the Pentagon neat and clean by using JULIE VIPOND'S new prodict, Julie's Apple Polisher for Janitors. Algona's recreational facilities are growing. A new boy's camp was set up at Call State Park just last year. As I had suspected, PATTI PRIEBE, SHIERRY READ, and BARB BARTLETT are counselors. PAT NAVOICHICK has started a new basketball team and has hopes of going professional. The new skating rink is operatingon a much larger scale since the new owners, FRANCIE BRUNS, NANCY GEILENFIELD, DONNA PATTON, and SANDY LUDWIG took charge. Suddenly our attention was drawn to a far, dark, corner where a group of old classmates were violently arguing. "No, no!" Senator BILL SIGSBEE was saying. "This sort of thing is not to be endured! There must be a stop to it!" JOHN PLATT. governor of Iowa, and Senator JACK VIPOND readily agreed that it was amatter of prestige. At this point. EUGENE WITTKOPF, our second Daniel Webster, woke up and said, "I don't know what to think. Pm tired of thinking things through." Then DAVE LONG. who is still a page in Congress. broke in, "Support your statements with facts!" BORA PERVANE, president of Turkey, said with a look of surprise, "Actually, I can think of no reason why Jackie Kennedy should not hunt foxes." At that moment, the relative stillness of the room was shattered by a deafening roar. We rushed outside, and there, three hundred yards behind the club. was a go- cart track run by EUGENE HARBOUR, LENNY FUNK. and GLENN JOHNSON. Over by a group of cars. JEAN KEITH and LOUISE SKOW, nationally-known hot rod racers, were helping "Tune-up" the motors. Nearby, BOB HAAG, with a drawing board in his hand, was sitting among a pile of parts just received from GEORGE BALLUFF'S junk yard, and was busily trying to design his latest custom cart. Across the road. we saw JERRY SEILER just leaving the parking lot. Shade told me that he runs the parking area and makes quite a haul from bushwacking fees. I Chuckling, we turned and headed back toward the club. NAME Karen Alt Gary Angle George Balluff Barbara Bartlett Kathy Bay Harriet Benschoter Sharon Bilyeu Natalie Boldridge Bill Bourne Mary Broesder Francis Bruns Carl Danielson Fred Duerr Terry Farnstrom Emma Finley Leonard Funk Glennda Gabrielson Jerry Gade Nancy Geilenfeld John Gilbert Judy Gerber Bob Haag Karen Haase Alvin Hagg Sandy Hakes Mary Ann Hansen Clara Hansen Eugene Harbor Phyllis Hardgrove Joe Hoenk Ron Isaacson Bev Johnson Glenn Johnson Penny Johnson Jean Keith Gary Kesting Larry Klein Char LaBarre Dave Long Nancy .Lowman Sandy Ludwig Pauline McMahon Don Madsen Sheryll McNeill Rosemary Medin Steve Miller John Moore Connie Munger Pat Navoichick Judy Naylor Trudy Olsen Sheryl Olson Donna Patton Gary Peer Rob Percival Bora Pervane John Platt Patti Priebe SENIOR CLASS WILL LEAVES town with Dean for Mason City rubber on the streets to hunt night crawlers for the house next door to find a pay phone her hair to Yul Brynner Karen Haase's chemistry notes to Bob Pratt his horn to Gabriel with straight A 's nothing to nobody his hood off without any regrets the cork on the bottle for the office his football pads to Bill Bartlett Mike behind his bowling ball to Mr. Diggins school for three days his size l2EE shoes to Jim Higgs her blond hair to Jean Rovn his ring on his finger her "sax" to Joan Post his hearse to McCullough's her typing ability to Miss Sorensen for the church her dickey on the chair his wrenches to Dave Hicks her size to Susan Schultz to mow lawns for a smoke her hair alone his transmission on the highway with Nancy her giggle to Kent Jmmerfall his radios to Tom Rich his nickname to Aunt Jemina with a two-tone boyfriend his red face to the Indians for the back of the bus her gum on the bottom of a chair to fix her hair his bashfulness to Bob Garms Lynn to the junior girls Collier's with many cat scratches his nickname to Jan Olsen his parties to Elsa Maxwell her figure to Marjorie Holdren her gossip column to Hedda Hopper her keys in the motel for the greenhouse her red hair to Jackie Rowley her bookkeeping to Lutz Duerr to soak his foot to check on Richey many friends S635 to Ostwinkle's court her donkey to Mr. Alberts SENIOR CLASS WILL CONT. NAME Sherry Read Barbara Reinders Gary Rich Jim Richardson Dennis Richey Joyce Riebhoff Linda Riedel Terry Ringsdorf Carolyn Rochleau Earl Routh Claudia Ruark Pat Schneider Karen Schultz Roberta Schwendemann Sharon Scott Jerry Seiler Bill Sigsbee Louise Skdw John Spencer Orland Steil Anne Steven Carolyn Stewart Linda Tague Ruth VanBuren Jack Vipond Julie Vipond Denny Waller Bev Warner Betty Wickwire Dean Willrett Eugene Wittkopf LEAVES her laugh to Miss Madsen for Potter's Hill his car parked on the corner of Minnesota 84 Kennedy his voice to Jerry Lee Lewis his weight to Bill Baker her wardrobe to Mrs. Kalar as Honey Queen for Fort Lauderdale math class to the boys church for a sandwich her quietness to Larry Pratt her voice to Gary Kelley her "hot-rod" to the boys her name to Barbara Kuchenreuther for the Bay residence for the furniture business Diarnond's for the theater her station wagon to Gary Priebe his pool cue to Tom Ziegler for the Navy her jitters to Elvis her parking place to anyone who parks her drumsticks to the chickens her make-up to Revlon, Incorporated his whiskers alone ' a smashed egg on Palm's desk to call a rneetin in a grain truck her horse to Schuller for the Dairy Queen his shotgun to Dave Skogstrorn 4234? CLASS COLORS: RED AND WHITE CLASS FLOWERS: RED AND WHITE ROSES CLASS MOTTO: THE GREATER THE TRIALS THE MORE GLORIOUS THE TRIUMPHS. 0. 35 36 440 yard relay champs? -Z 1154 ' . - Az M uf 'H gi H E ia " f was M H . Q -. T' as QL 1N'M"'u! Wm' 'X 5 S. x 1 4 Q E 29511172 Hj5z,,..1.i2 ",....M. ng, ,sy in dl Y - N "aww" " 5 1255. 5 KY: V3-1-4.-I v Q ik 5 A ggi H Wgl.1 H. mgg, ff?a33sas.gg1gg3"'.1. ,Wg 5 A , A A highly technical, extensive, and worthwhile occupation. ?L 5: mm. Xmas H ,+- gflgg. J . H :miss 99999999 I the Senior Class float we 5 Cape Canaveral was never like this. Assembly line . ...M .9-QQ an .. -.. L.. K an .. W., .. i??1f'.. .."..4.L...., ........g?1..4.. .. . .5 be 0 Q. gf' . . ,:Q1Z:, . asf. . f x.. .mlgggg .. ' '. Q .N ..15Q-gg.. . .. .. 1- ...9'QllW2w9.q'... v' A ' ..... , ' .- ... as "' ' ,WQE-1:2-9314.5 ".wg.j"lflgQ..Mg...w'-Nfffff..Tg.."..""iga2 Qfwlf. ' .Q -. wil , Q Q 31.5 ' -. , ..... . Q . '.. W ' .. ,E "' J"'NWNN A . " '. .. ,W x .'...,,...L- ...... ' H .. 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Our boys did pretty well in sports, and we came through with a number of lettermen. Of course, the Prom was our big task, and we made a lot of money under the leadership of "Palm", Our first play was presented. Though we were inexperienced, CHARLEY'S AUNT was a hilarious success, As we see our senior friends pass out of A,H,S, for the last time, we are saddened, for the next class to pass through will be the Class of '62! Roger Batt Jerry Beisch Bob Boldridge Barbara Brandow Larry Braun Mike Brayton Gloria Bronson Sharon Burtis Mary Butterfield Albert Chantland Sandra Cook Dave Culbertson John Dahlhauser Larry Danielson Richard Dugan Bob Ellefson Don Etherington Kathy Feaster Roger Ferris Jim Finn Bill Fraser Pam Gabrielson Lucille Gade James Gatton Bob Gerber Dennis Graham Garry Graham Dennis Hanson Randy Harmes Margery Henderson David Hicks Jim Higgs Terry Hobbs Marjorie I-Ioldren Janice James Judy Johnson Ross Johnson Janice Koepke Larry Kuchenreuther Lynn Kueck Barb Lau Juneadele Lieb 3 No Zg: M 2 kfiiv G PICTURE - V r y 4 A R , 1- I , NO ' L B 1-'N' 3 - N PICTURE 1 ' "ri f, ' 'Q ' A .V D? K V if N , ..: ' XX EQ,-,EL W :Nh , Q.. I Al ' 1 .B 7s ""' 4 l yd! R+- R I J as 1 A .rv-xi Y " N 1 "W - ffkiti, "-5? K . ,J Q ,f I tg N .,s,Z J ,, -- 'a X-. f f it Wifi x A NO L PICTURE .. ,, 7,3 ,g Y , i .. ,ii .I f x S., X ' ,.:, , GJ L T y l I Q en f r r s. f T55 1 ..,. 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JW ,r ,, G- T5 , N 1 W I 1 ' A JR ft M N ,r raw! w 1 f '? fli- wx We , -. s. v rr wa la Carol Loar Carol Markovetz Dale McBride Gary McVay Myrna Mino Mary Misbach Mike Navoichick Cheryl Norris Janice Olson Steve Ostrum Alice Patterson Jon Peglow Patricia Peterson Jim Pickett Jerry Pingel Jim Pingel Carolyn Plott Bob Post Gary Priebe Larry Reefer Carole Richman Marianna Rieken Jean Rovn Jackie Rowley Gary Rusk Gerald Schuller Randall Shierk Susan Schultz John Sires Paulette Slobe Jim Stanton Rebecca Strayer Charles Streit Joyce Van De W John Wesley alker Brigitta Whittemore Torn Zeigler CLASS OFFICERS--Ann Haase, Treasurerg Diane Maleug, Secretary: Mike Kain, Vice-President: Chuck Oberwetter, President, SCDPHOMORE C ASS The sophomores of 1961 have had a grand year, We' re proud of our varsity football and basketball players, and, of course, we must not forget our "weight 1ifters". Many sophomores participated in clubs and extra-curricular activities. These, along with our insect collections and schoolwork, kept us busy and active, It's been a year of hard work but an enjoyable one, too, We're looking forward to our years -as upperclassmen and hope those years will be the best ever. 'x 'IM , , A ,f ' 5 .,, .. gi? I 'kyg in -9- ,, ML .. L,, ..-.- Q, nl, 1.16 41' 915- 1 N,J,,,, ' ,KH J V f g- ,f D A i L .L VV: 1 5, A t? ' ' H . 1 , .tfaf-1. raw ' , .- K ,r W 1 ,as 1 I , + x I i - 5-5 r":,-v Z 9 +- ' W - 'T , : ,. 7 :,, Y .'-Jr , Q .ff 'zl' f,:,f"j"x 11- 42 g v 415 4 L f Iii I 4 3 C37 'PL 1 of J" B 2 ,L .., Y s fvl A h V A ' , I ' , 2971 s. 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FRESHMAN CLASS This year the Freshman Class has been represented in almost all of the activities, The Freshman boys have shown their athletic abilities in football, basketball, wrestling, and track. Both the boys and the girls put their musical talent to work in band and mixed chorus. The girls represented the class in cadettes, cheerleading, girls' chorus, and the many other activities. In the Talent Show, the sextet won first prize for the freshman class. Betty Holt came through for us in the one act play. And our class. is the only class to have two high ability classes, English and Algebra, which started in the eighth grade. So, all i.n all, we think our freshman class is represented very evenly throughout the activities. Don't you . . . . ? eel: iii 45 .i ,: . V U A A L J In V ,s ' f J J ' t J JPL 'W' ' iii f at Q s Ke :' M A f . , ' 4. ,si rv-r fganfcm K., ' fS V 4 .r my 1 D In "L, W ..-. f y ZZ' " ' , V J Ji 1 - : ' 1 ff J ' ., '.. , ,:,-reef!! 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Specht 1 MT Y 'A 'A A ' r K Lmda Blshop A " ' - - V Janet Braun -f r Mary Cowan Marilyn Deal ' R rv r., - - N Jane Geilenfeld V xv V , ' I' Carol Humphrey . X X -V '-V 'V-17 VVVVV V V Nancy Marshall I? -m,.,aVVy VV. as A , V Vi 'A S Juanita Meyer EA .YQ -4 a '- f .AES ,. . Maureen O'Brien gf' ' ' , 'r ' Judy Parrott fiftis- ix'ii , V Sandra Pergande , V' . V VVVV L' J J. V- Gayle Phillips VV ., V5 :-- - ' r LQ-LQ " rr,, V, 'V Roxanne Rogert - ' ,V 'li ' ' f iv -VV ' , sf V V Ann Wilson Ax I Al V V ,- "sz" ' 3 , . V " ' Leroy Bruns H ' I ' V ,' -f T ' ,yr r dt VV V Ronald Burtis V V V' 5 E V- . NO ,V VV 5 Russell Canady 5 nw 'V 'N ' , "w j 'T' V ' Steve Canady 'V - -'V Y If V ' P V PICTURE 5 ', Dennis Cook X tl - J V gk . ' 6 I Ronnie Cook Q ' it 7 ffl fir, Jufx' Kenyon Gabrielson Q ' ' 77 ' if-5353 'iff' """-T" VV Marlyn Helmers ' David Logue , ' VV , J VV V Dennts Miller V V- V Ag, 1- . .Vg VVV Q Doug Nelson -v - V 5 -5 ' V 4? QV - V Tom Stark 1 V xx 9' V VVV 1 15.1 ' Jo Ellen Baas X L l F7 ' VVVTV - V A VVV - Evelyn Boyd V 'e lr- tt, Sharon Bristow Karen Charles Jo Ann De Groote Marilyn Harris Nelvinea Hauenstein Vicki McConnell Sandra Plctt Gail Rich -was Me, --- V ,ass . .V ta aa - ' ' , r tt V VF , . ., , . , 'sb J 'tv 'V' s V u rf Vt s AL 'g - A V Q a I b if ' R 55 we xx EIGHTH GR DERS Sharon Willrett .1 1' A I Tim ciauae gf P ' . i -,W W , Y ..: u,,,. A3213 . Darwin Engelbarts 'H '5 V . ' My ,I Richard Feaster ,Q " 4' ii, David Hoe,-nke 1 I L,,, .sf Fig, ,,,, El BobCrai1 if w it r ti 'ij J 'M P E an I Lynn Keith 4 -gg' WE'-57-1 Y s V va Bob Martin Til ' Bruce McCullough if - ,., , gf ,-fL E5 I A Scott Miller 5 ,V Q T , fi Alan Priebe W ' H 'V " V 'Ea' fig, riff' Mike scmpuii XV- A N P Neil Simmons t, -- - 1 '25, , is Bob Spencer JI ' lll- 4 ,,-- , -1 ZS, Roy Johnson - , f ' -5- V Janet Angle 5 i B 1 " iff Kay Brandow f , i ' 3 'vl' ' Cindy Cowan - Y A Judyvl-Iaag K ' ' ' Marlene Henderson A T -V .N Bonnie Hoernke ' f' I :, - t, ,, .., , V UV 5 T T A sv Qk XX. 7 UQ, M555 Mix? ., ,ip 1 Ii' A ' ' I f. ' ,L . . N i V is Q V n U ' T t 1--f X 1 v '-Q 2- f 'iv 1 "W : if-wr 1: i H W W .Z K , 11, W4 , l 1 5 T it e is i ' Qi V ' A ' V ,i ..,--- f Jfa 1 1 W, A r T it 1 rx - aw, 4 E , 'fu :FII i rf gf 1 "i"" it :Fi Q31- I. A , HT, i i It it isis J? :- Q 55 Y I ZH ,. T5 y n M 1': T xv n 3 .. 'Wig' ft, , ,rip S, Q ,, Y.. la- t . 3 .9 T ' gl xt an ,, Xe' "Th -H 4 , l. 44 et l I 11. Linda Parsons Barbara Percival Dianna Peterson David Agena Mike Baker Norman Benson Jim Colwell Milton Dettman Larry Evers George Graham Dennis Ohrtman David Routh Harlan Wittkopf Trudy Alt Cheryl Carr .T ean Christiansen Gayle Gabrielson Betty Gatton Emy Lou Garms Susan Hemrningsen Pam Hopkins Lois Hunt Karen Kern Alexis Rutledge Toni Tucker Penny Dodds We the eighth graders of 1961 have worked hard this past year on all our many activities. Perhaps one of our most interesting projects was a Junior High newspaper, THE INK SPOT. Peering through the door to higher education, we see the basic three R's supplemented with sports, music and art, helping to open this door to maturity. We realize, of course, that we have obtained only the first of many golden keys to opportunity which will open the door for us. That is why we look enthus- iastically to the future glowing with opportunities that await us all. Yes, we are excited about entering Algona High School and acquiring another golden key! 50 Gary Barr W ayne Christiansen Robert Evers William Farnham Gary Lewellyn David Markla Ronald Mittag Gary Rochleau ffl, SEVENTH GR DER , I ,Hia '... J -v.. 'Q Qwgirv hills 1.if'MC i nm . Win 5 .2 , ,, S ,r fr, . Emma , W rf fy ff?-Ei V 1 r IYI4 lt.: Qt Q . ,VB V rv-3, -f vu. J. X N- Charles Scobba ' David Snodgrass ' ,Vu 1 ' 1: Glen Tschetter 31 N0 r."f I , 4 V E W N David Walker A, PICTURE L 1 3: V 5 7 , Don W ehrspan - ' amz ' - f gy Y fy ' 54 fi DyAnne Baas S f ' . , I f ff A Gail Bartholomew A 9 ' " Bonnie Cook .qfgaf Gail Fitzpatrick Rebecca Hakes -. F ,H ,gf , K V V , 4 K Jean Nlalueg 'X-ig Q- ' Q H' aj , f iff Linda Meelhause Y V V I Vj , JOY Meyer VIA! V L f . 5. .- ig5,xVV ,sf 'ja-il? , 4 an tiara r A V Shari Nelson Y E gi gr ,, AV, 1 W" Y ' Leslie Norton .V W A A V my HHH, V 1 Shirley Ringsdorf 'yu' V I 5 "Mfg Marcia Rutledge V V -. V A 1 , A A ' W Linda Sands 'H V 27 E V H fl- 1 -Y' Helen Skow Barbara Wicks - V V -F W H David Cowan Q Q No .V YA DY: I Jon Deim ' , e in f af H E :g , , V, V V 4 53 Robert Dreesman lx L." - , PICTURES? W i t Harlan Fitch QM gb , V V VV VW Neil Gabrielson J 'J - iff. V I6 N 'Z' 51 .VV ' K 1' Kenneth Graham - af. ' "" if rf' . David Martin -J H H it V V ,,,: David Palmer ! 6 Tom Ricklefs ' V, MV V ' 'V ' y,3Ef '-, Orlan Schmitt R - 1 , ' - , V-J ' Vi . Y-E J John Schulz ' 'T FM if V V I , ' rr - HV Phillip Specht i. I Erika, I if M , , M 3 Q :sf lBl1ke.St1llmand n mx tan. 't:.illrL: .LJ ', 3 Q, fZZ',4gf5 A em-as Wlegan ' if ' ' J . ' ' ' Sally Bay - ' ' V 74 ,MV Joyce Benson V 4 f' "fx ' . i 1 Linda Cooper ,V ' V rj! A MV V "' 1 Kitty Hardgrove r, j f tx - V 4 J 61 wtf nell Kathy Hatch if 3 ' M , 5 S Gloria McVay .r if I " rw :V ,,,, 'V Nova Mittlieder Eva Lynne Norton 1 I " ii 1 r W ' Sandra Pingel V V, 1 V lm z rf? Kathi' Pruismann ' ' J 2 f , f "' Q57 V WW: ' M' A ov WA :Y? ,""g Linn Taylor ' ' 6' as E V- ' VV 1- P, j V ' V Carol Teeter V. ' L V .V K , '- 1 S V Robert Bradford . , ,V in h , I Y , V 1 Thomas Dailey -U "f' 1 if N3 '. feral A fi Thomas Fitzpatrick 'E 7w" V L ' - V Virgi1Gmen ll' rl -A ' a, 'ia . ,., jst A , ., ml ' 'Sir r J Donald Haase T , Q? ix M55 -N , ' ' 'N 3' ,A Kevin J if Q J - or 'J J it y if J 2 ' sat -Q 1 Douglas Moehle -5, - ' -- -N QV f J "ii' ' if 'Y' John Pratt K , ' I bp ,, 3x , m V I . James Redemske , H f J . ,J Yr I Danny Rentz "' ' ' ' 1 H ,V VV," ' Thomas Samp . , , J N E MH Vi Q. V 1 I an John Snyder ' l -V' N A " ,V V John Stratton ,fi ", Q V .3 'fry , r - "" H r ' -- .- 1, .. HA ,f Berry Watkins f ' , , ax , VV ,A V 5 Y-sa Cheri Boeckholt r A ' -- 2 A' M, Y H Ann Bohanon uk jf' ' 7 ' ' X al J sv f fayrfaa X 2. 9 Bonnie Cooke Anna Mae Doubeck Dianne Jensen Gloria Joseph Susan Moulton Jane Raney Deidre Simmons Margaret Schutter Sharon Sundet Dorothy Vanderhoff Juliana Wood Greg Buchanan Mathew Clark Greg Duncan Jim Hill Bradford Kraft Cary Lane Danny Merryman George Minard John Reid Brent Sampson rl 'tw Lt if s . Y , K SEVENTH GR DERS qcoNT.y i Q. eq, . V? 4 . I ff 4? I se ' K rar-r iw 'Z. X-. , ' V 8? or a a J p t 1 I ' J T J V W , . q,. C , ' 'Xb 433 f fs ' 1-A ' an NJ M rf 'Es ww, w ill 15 . 'N . ',', . 4 ,J ,. 1 ma .... dz - 'G H, W ,Ll :Z n gg, D K r I F I N S J T is fa" ph f 'M 'Pig I - - - .- ' .N . J, , f Prcruns f , ' ' V l ,'f' ' . P F 1 u zm x . Y M ,al i ' .-A . ll 5 ' V , 4. ', p ., Jim Sires V: . -, 5 -.7 Q g, ,V Russell Spear ' n 1 if rg A 'a W7 ' e, Phil Taylor t' f at C p s is J John win I4 L Jean Abbott 5' i' I , . i June Ditsworth s " , W 2 T it Judy Egel ' -1 1 Y ,.r, I A, , Sandra Haag 1 if J we K J Jacqueline Limbaugh if - it J "-- ' , J Susan Lindquist - M U I Kf'5"7', I Cynthia Long J g 4 . 'J C " ff W I Rachael McNeill ' L A Y 1 jw Sharon Menneke Ps ' T. " ' ' ' ' ' ' Cheryl Rusk H " Bonnie Strayer 1 Roberta Thompson Eloise Tracy Our first year at A. H. S. proved to be quite exciting. We are all looking forward to the next five years. Our wrestling squad was undefeated and our basketball team racked up quite a few victories. Our Citizenship Program this year was based on Gary Moore's show, but ours was "I Had a Secret!" One of our biggest projects was raising money for the Red Cross. We had a car wash, a variety show, candy sales, and auction, and posters galore! Yes, A. H. S. can be proud of the class of '66! ui? 92 Q, '- ww , , if ., ......, : we 'A :fine Div, rife X X H 15, mu , 3551? Lg, ..,, H , tit, ,aww ,, M, gn Ex 2 1 Q il ' E fm EQ w 1 .i ax' , 43" iv x ASX ,N x x vs , L M f w L-1 'gc 'WH ' ' W' ga iz? x 74 52215 22, K.. 'r,. L 01? z um ' " I Q ' Vkxzssw , ,W 3, 5 w x ix 1 x iz f H , X uf K 'S , , h urn zfff M x 'ii , fiib' .,,LL 5, x' qi FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Gary Rusk, Richard Hutchins, Gary Priebe, Gary Angle, Dean Willrett, .Tack Williams, Tom Waller, Dennis Helrnke, Paul Smith, Garry Graham, SECOND ROW: Bob Haag, Terry Ringsdorf, Steve Miller, Torn Gouge, Gary Kelly, Gary Peer, Denny Waller, Bill Wetzel, Glenn Johnson, Jerry Parsons. THIRD ROW: Coach Martin, Coach Hershberger, Lennie Funk, Maynard Shackelford, .Tim Richardson, Chuck Streit, Bob Percival, Randy Harmes, Dennis Richey, Gary Rich, and Bill Specht, Although this year's football team finished with only a 2-4-2 record, it gave promise of an upswing in Algona's football fortunes. Coach J im Hershberger, in his first year at A,H,S,, furnished the leader- ship. The season was highlighted with victories over Emmetsburg in the opening game, which ended a 21 game losing streak, and a homecoming victory over Eagle Grove in which the most points were scored in one game by an Algona team since 1946, Other highlights were a tie with Iowa Falls, which was played in the rnud, and a tie with Clear Lake in the final game of the year. The season was completed when Robert Percival, Steve Miller, and Dean Willrett were named to the lowa Daily Press Association football honor roll, to the all-northwest teams, and Rob to the seventh all-state team. 1960 -6 1 STATISTICS WE THEY 12 Emmetsburg '7 O Clarion 6 0 Iowa Falls 0 0 Humboldt 6 0 Webster City 35 47 Eagle Grove O 12 Hampton 14 6 Clear Lake 6 Coach Hershberger 'N . Cf' Y G mLl1ll'..1.,,,, - '- '-g A sg "Where's everyone going?" ,911 ,fTf163 A f W .,2-N E 1 . , A wg fi- gi , WVU My - as K dr 'gy . A Q T- W SUE' if if ,f ,, 2? N, M .K ,ug r X I N M .K ,mx I N ,. gf , N c X ,9,"Z5'Wse' MA. V X . lik- '- sg ?--- 2 wg X 'E , ' N ! ' .A xx yx I ,R 4, . M mee , , XJ M,-, PWQSI .hlfix ' N ,J Q Q: 1 ., - Y jzggl 4,23 L ' fj2-" 1 f'L. ',' Y to Tang1e" ' .. ':" . "The E E 4-" Af x . , " ' .:..QV "Excuse me. . . .. Q- ' wifi But! gf ' ifsi I I "Chain gang" Captain Captain C a ptain , X S mn- . GARY RICH ROB PERCIVAL DEAN WILLRETT LENNY FUNK DENNY RICHEY JIM RICHARDSON GLENN JOHNSON STEVE MILLER TERRY RINGSDORF GARY PEER OOTB LL LETTERME DENNY WA LLER GARY ANGLE 56 CHUCK STREIT LETTERME DENNY HELMKE Midi W M,,m I "LMS wwwu--uw i xv 1 W. ,J i n ,Q ,W win ,. H M W M " uf? ' 'N H NN W W WM' BOB I-IAAG BILL WETZEL i RANDY HARMES 57 1960 -1961 STATISTICS Iowa Falls Emmetsburg Eagle Grove Swea City Humboldt Webster City Hampton Clear Lake Titonka Clarion Iowa Falls Eagle Grove Humboldt Webster City Hampton Esterville fdouble overtimej Clear Lake Clarion Emmetsburg Gar rigan Titonka THEY 47 48 40 54 41 53 47 45 42 60 42 37 63 67 49 63 39 59 52 41 43 'e WE -1 E MFM H"'n""' 315 : nr E' , H1 5 '. Y: ' ' FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Maynard Shackelford, Dean Willrett, Lynn Kueck, Bill Wetzel, Dick Pratt, SECOND ROW: Larry Klein, Denny Waller, Gary Peer, Chuck Streit, Rob Percival, Lenny Funk, Tom Waller. Algona's basketball team completed a very successful season this year with a 16-5 record. They won their first conference championship since 1955. They also set a school record by winning 15 games in a row. Another highlight of the season was the sound defeat of Garrigan, 70-41, in a district play. Gary Peer was a unanimous choice of the coaches for first team all-conference, with Rob Percival and Chuck Streit receiving places on the second team. Although many of the members were seniors, the future looks bright for A,H,S, as the Fresh.-Soph. team finished second in the conference. Coach Stephenson QQ I in G ARY LETTERME DEAN LARRY ROB DENNY TOM LENNY CHU CK S 3 ffl! ,-,A figffxw' 5 L The basket is on the other side, boys. McS3"'w PROPHECY: Defeat of the Golden Bear MUN What did you say, Lenny? N,Tom D '1 Um, 65" Def:5:x,l6' y. m . per? tzodwewgiw Peer in flight! ie FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Bill Baker, Don Hutchison, George Balluff, Terry Brandow, Bob Patton Jim Richardson, Terry Ringsdorf, Jerry Seiler, Bob Ellefson. SECOND ROW: Gary Rich, Kent Immerfall, John Clark. Terry Hobbs, Don Urch, Tim Vipond, Mike Kain, Denny Richey. THIRD ROW: Garry Graham Gary Kern, John Jennings, Doug J ergenson, Dave Humphrey, Walter Rich, Larry Stratton, Bora Pervane Steve Miller, Denny Helmke. FOURTH ROW: Herb Hobbs, Roger Long, Ken Kern, Elmer Alt, Paul Smith Coach Martin STATISTICS WE THEY 17 Britt 17 24 Clarion 16 33 Blue Earth 6 27 Fort Dodge 10 16 Cedar Falls 22 25 Eagle Grove 12 41 Hampton 7 30 Iowa Falls 11 20 Mankato 17 15 Osage 21 27 Estherville 11 ami ew, . ,Y i 2 , 1 1 .si 1- 1 COACH "CHAMP" MARTIN 62 Algona's tough and determined wrestlers became Conference Champions during their 1960-61 season with the best record since 1950 of 8-2-1. The Algona wrestlers won the Eagle Grove Invitational tournament for the first time inthe history of Algona wrestling. They also won the District wrestling meet with seven boys qualifying for the state meet. At state, Jim Richardson and .Terry Seiler came through for Algona by receiving second place honors, with Bob Patton, a sophomore, placing third. Although the squad was made up of mostly seniors-, Coach "Champ" Martin is again looking for- ward to another great season next year since the Algona B squad was undefeated. TERRY RINGSDORF lst- Eagle Grove Invitational GARY RICH lst- District Meet GEORGE BALLUFF Zfld' District MCS! Brd- Eagle Grove Invitational 2nd- District Meet BOB 3rd - 2nd- Brd - PATTON Eagle Grove Invitational District Meet State Meet Hurry up and hit the mat, I can't hold that guy on top of me much longer, JIM lst 2nd- 2nd - RICHARDSON Eagle Grove Invitational District Meet State Meet JERRY SEILER 2nd- District Meet 2nd- State Meet Take my hand, I'm a stranger in paradise, TERRY BRANDOW .Y... 41:5-. JIM PINGEL A Bulldog gets his man Ouch! Quit biting me. 64 Y DON HUTCHISON 3rd- Eagle Grove Invitational ,Q , 1-UQ!! Hey! Come back here, BOB ELLEFSON 3rd- Eagle Grove invitational DENNY RICHEY 2nd- Eagle Grove Invitational 'E F lattop STEVE MILLER Brd- Eagle Grove Invitational TIM VIPOND gig it Knee itch? BILL BAKER 4th- Eagle Grove Invitational 2nd - Sate AAU KX 55 X FRONT ROW: Gary Rusk, Steve Miller, Chuck Oberwetter,Bob Gerber, Ken Durant, Rich Hutchins, Tom Waller. SECOND ROW: Don Urch, Lance Johnson, Dean Willrett, Willie Steinman, Jim Richardson, Bob Boldridge, Bob Garms, .T im Stanton. THIRD ROW: Coach Stevenson, Bill Wetzel, Maynard Shakelford, Bob Percival, Chuck Streit, Coach Hershberger. The track team of AHS had a fine year. Gary Peer lowered the record for the 120 yard high hurdles for the second year in a row while the medley relay team of Richard.Hutchins, Gary Peer, Bill Wetzel, and Chuck Oberwetter also turned in record breaking performances. At the district meet, Gary Peer, Robert Percival, plus the medley team, qualified for the state meet. At state, Gary took second in the high and fifth in the low hurdles. Although many of the outstanding performances were turned in by seniors, Coach Hershberger expects an even greater season next year. TRACK 1961 STATISTICS Eagle Relays . . . Pocahontas Relays . . Estherville Relays . . Spencer Relays .... Conference Meet . . . District Meet .... . . . Eagle Grove Triangular . . Clear Lake Dual .... TEAM ...4th ...9th ...3rd ...3rd ...5th Sthftiej ...3rd ...2nd DEAN WILLRETT STEVE MILLER BILL WETZEL TRACK LETTERME GARY PEER BOB GERBER 535 n gn ,O BOB PERCIVAL .TIM RICHARDSON RICHARD HUTCHINS 67 TOM WALLER CHUCK OBERWETTER BOB GARMS Whizzing Wetz Traveling Torn H H222 229' QQ ' ii Jumping Jim Rornping Rob 'T , L mm,: m, L1 . , t hay. W, 4.9 FRONT ROW: Richard Dugan, Tim Dailey, Jack Williams, Tom Waller, Chuck Oberwetter, Eugene Wittkopf, Larry Klein, Bob Ellefson, Lynn Kueck, Mike Wickliff, Ken Egel, Gary Colwell. BACK ROW: Ed Helmers, Gary Naylor, Denny Christensen, Bill Wetzel, Gary Peer, Chuck Streit, Sig Wood, Denny Waller, Jim Abbot, Bruce Sundet, Steve Miller. ' , X N 7 - -Man ' ' -B - x ' L E ' 1 'FJ --u BACK ROW: Mike Navoichick, Craig Lewellyn, ,Tack Williams, Jim Finn, Alan Holt, Bill Bartlett. FRONT ROW: Roger Ferris, Clay Mowers, Jim Parsons. NOT PICTURED: Bucky Buchanan. BASEBALL Humboldt Eagle Grove Fort Dodge Eagle Grove Burt Humboldt Lake Park Emrnetsburg Burt Burt Garrigan Fort Dodge Emmetsburg Renwick WE 195 182 201 193 188 We 1 9 3 4 5 '7 1 4 11 9 1 1 4 17 GOLF STATISTICS Twin Rivers Clear Lake Humboldt Clear Lake Humboldt Emmetsburg Triangular -2nd Pocahontas Triangular lst District Meet 4th They 12 1 O 8 14 4 1 2 3 3 8 4 5 4 1 0 THEY 266 192 169 190 189 69 TENNIS LETTERMAN V X LETTERMAN Denny Waller Y' M Earl Routh OTHER TEAM MEMBERS--Gary C olwell, Dave Reid, John Phillips, Bob Holcomb LETTERMAN LETTERMAN Bob Ellefson TEAM Larry Klein G IRL S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS- -LEFT TO RIGHT: Roberta Schwendemann, Har- riet Benschoter, Pat Navoichick, N a t a lie B old r id g e, Karen Haase, Louise Skow, Rosemary Medin, Mary Broesder, Karen Alt. Too Many Hands Spoil the Play! BOYS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS--LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Kern, Richard Dugan Jim Pickett, Don Madsen. NOT PICTURED: Bob Haag, Bill Fraser, Clay Mowers, Dale McBride. 'Q TRAMURAL It's Mine! 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Gene Wittkopf . . Denny Waller . . . Bill Bourne . . . Linda Tague . . . . Dave Long . . Barb Reinders Beautiful Witch . . . . . . Roberta Schwendemann Howie .... . ...... Larry Munger 6th Grade Mimi . . . . . . Patty Fraser 4th Grade SENIOR CLASS PL Y MRS. MC THING, a comic fantasy, was produced by director Ron Diggins. Here is what the story was about: "A little girl has slipped past the gatekeeper and over the garden wall to play with a lonely and put- upon lad. She is quickly shooed out by his mother as "trash", It just so happens that the little girl's mother is a witch, and an experienced one. She takes her revenge by supplying Mrs. Howard V. Larue III with the very little paragon she has always longed for, meanwhile spiriting the real and unruly boy off to a life of crime in the Shantyland Pool Hall Lunchroom. Mother is at first delighted with the imposter's perfection, then suspicious, then dismayed. When she learns the truth and sets out to reclaim her own nine-year-old mobster, she unwittingly and very foolishly crosses the same little girl, who promptly puts the finger on her and assigns her the role of washing dishes for the gang . . . by the time mama has been knocked about a bit and come to appreciate the sterling qualities of an ordinary roughneck, she is happy enough to take the boy back on his own terms, and to adopt the little witch-girl into the bargain." CTaken from COMPLETE CATALOGUE OF PLAYS, 1960-615 J Z aa JUNIOR CLASS PL Y What Cl-IARLEY'S AUNT was about: "This is the world-famous farce which has moved millions to tears of laughter. .T ack Chesney, violently in love with Kitty Verdun, and Charles, equally enamoured of Miss Spettigue, invite the young ladies to their rooms for luncheon--in order to meet Char1ey's wealthy aunt from Brazil f"where the nuts come from"j. But alas, the millionaire aunt sends word that she will have to defer her visit for a few days. What is to be done? The dear young things must not be compromised--no, never!--but neither will the youths give up the opportunity of declaring their love. The problem is solved by forcing another Oxford undergraduate into a black satin skirt, a lace fichu, a pair of mitts, an old-fashioned cap and wig. As Chai-ley's Aunt then, this old frump is introduced to the sweethearts, to Jack's father Cwho is advised by the son to marry her millionsj, and to Stephen Spettigue, Miss Spettigue's guardian. The sweethearts hug and kiss Char1ey's dear old aunt: the two men make love to her. Then the real aunt turns up, assumes another name. In the comic confusion which results, young Lord Babberley, posing as the aunt, tricks Stephen Spettigue into agreeing to the marriage of his ward to Charley, the real aunt marries J'ack's father, J ack gets Miss Verdun, and "Charley's Aunt" regains the fortune he lost at gambling and obtains the hand of the girl he loves." CHARLEY'S AUNT Stephan Spettigue . . Sir Francis Chesney. . . Jack Chesney .... Charley Wykeham . . . Lord FancourtBabber1y . . Brassett. . ..... . . . Donna Lucia D'A1vandorez Amy Spettigue ....... Kitty Verdun . Ela Delahay . . CAST . Mike N avoichick . . . . Jim Finn . . .Jim Higgs . . Lynn Kucek . . .Randy Harmes . . . . .Chuck Streit Brigitta Whittemore . . . . . Sandi Cook . . Carolyn Plott . . Susan Schultz ?'-ffeg, W' - ff-nhmn-f-av ' 1 ' fm ww O E-ACT PLAY George Carter Lucy Carter . Peggy Carter Frank Bumper Cora Bumper Henry Gilman Mrs. Gilman . . CAST . . .John Platt . Patti Priebe . . . Betty Holt . . Lynn Kueck . Clara Hansen . . Bob Garms Barb Reinders Story of the play, NOBODY HOME: The time is summer--the place the new beach home of the Carters and al1's right with the world. Right until the cousins, second cousins and friends of a friend's friend start to arrive. Every camp owner knows that such visits last anywhere fromaweek to a month, and a new beach home promises to be a mecca for the moochers. 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M JORETTE Sherry Read, Kay M o u lt o n, Carolyn Drum Majorette Linda P e r c iv a 1, Jackie Rowley, Barb Stewart, Judy Gerber, Barb Br an do w. Kay Agena. Reiuders, Mary Misbach, Sally Steele. NOT PICTURED: Rosemary Medin. NOT PICTURED: Patti Priebe INSTRUMENTAL SGLOISTS Linda Tague Gary Kesting, Bill Bourne, Gary Col- well, Rosemary Medin. Alan Bode 89 CONCERT FRONT ROW: Louise Skow, Judy Gerber, Kay Agena, Carolyn Plott, Rosemary Medin, Joyce Riebhoff. SECOND ROW: Kay Moulton, Mary Miller, Carolyn Stewart, Alice Patterson, Jody Chally, Jerry Raney, Jackie Rowley, Anne Steven. THIRD ROW: Verdean Shaw, Sally Steele, Barb Bartlett, Julie Vipond, Jane Faber, Don McBride, Sharon Scott, Mike Navoichick, Lucille Gade, Gene wirrkopf, Chuck Streit. FOURTH ROW: Mary Sigsbee, Betty Holt, Jane Cole, Rhonda Brandow, Linda Percival, Barb Brandow, Bev Warner, Juneadele Lieb, Carol Markovetz, Karen Haase, John Platt, Joan Post, Pat Navoichick, Bob Gerber, Sherry Read, Vicki Marshall, FIFTH ROW: Mary Jo Brower, Joan Ward, Virginia I-ledlund, Nancy Cole, Ann Segar, Kent Immerfall, Pam Gabrielson, Mary Misbach, Nancy Muckey, Terry Brandow, Paul Smith. BACK ROW: Mr. Guster, Barb Kuchenreuther. Although there was little time to perfect a performance, this year's concert band, the biggest in our history, staged some ofthe best programs ever heard in the high school auditorium. Among their numbers the musicals "My Fair Lady," "American in Paris," and "The Sound of Music" are memorable. The spring concert featured many soloists and small groups, including Alan Bode on marimba. AN FRONT ROW: Joyce Riebhoff, Sandy Hakes, Glennda Gabrielson, John Schutter, Barb Rienders. SECOND ROW: Patty Kenyon, Mike Kain, Dianna Rentz, Bill Bartlett, Mary Jane Butterfield, Susan Schultz, Marcia Angle, Francie Bruns. THIRD ROW: Mike Brayton, Trudy Bartholomew, Bucky Buchanan, Marilyn Black, Tom Anderson, Carole Etherington, Jeanette Vigdal, Marilyn Skow, Rich Hutchins, Dave Reid, Gary Kesting. FOURTH ROW: John Scuffham, David Hovey, Sig Wood, Jeri Ruark, Jim Stanton, Bill Bourne, Gary Colwell, Dale McBride, Ruth Benschoter, Earl Routh, Patty Schultz, Kendra Seely, John Clark, Bruce Sundet. FIFTH ROW: Ken Durant, Alan Holt, Jim Pickett, Gary Rusk, Bob Garms, Patti Priebe, Kathy Bay. STANDING: Roger Ferris, Larry Pratt, Judy Becker, Linda Tague, Judy Munger, Diane Kuhlmann, Carol Kenyon, Alan Bode. But perhaps one of the biggest attractions was solo trombonist Earl Hoffman who played the "Flight of the Bumblebee" with ease. At the same concert Hoffman got together with Linda Tague and Barb Kuchenreuther on an original tone poem for trombone and tom toms. FRONT ROW: Marilyn Skow, Delthea Shierk, Sandi Cook, Barb Bartlett, Jean Rovn, Linda Percival, Sheryll McNeill, Pat Schneider, Barb Reinders, Barb Brandow, Ann Segar, Jan Koepke,Betty Holt, Kay Agena, Sandy Hakes, Sue Schultz, Carole Richman. SECOND ROW: Nancy Lowman, Char LaBarre, Linda Tague, Glennda Gabrielson, Sherry Read, Rosemary Medin, Marilyn Black, Dianne Malueg, Ann Haase, Jackie Rowley, Joyce Riebhoff, Jean Keith, Verdean Shaw, Sharon Smith, Kathie Feaster, Kay Moulton, Carolyn Plott, Patti Priebe, Kathy Bay, Sharon Willrett. THIRD ROW: Roger Brandow, John Clark, Bill Bartlett, Don McBride, Kent lrnmerfall, Doug Barr, Gary Colwell, Gary Kesting, Earl Routh, Dale McBride, Alan I-Iolt, Bucky Buchanan, Bob Garms, John Platt, Terry Hobbs, .Toe Hoenk. FOURTH ROW: Ken Egel, Ernest Thilges, Don Hutchison, John Schutter, Alan Bode, Bruce Sundet, Larry Kuchen- reuther, Bill Bourne, Chuck Streit, Jim Finn, Garry Graham, John Phillips, Mike Brayton, Dennis Helmke, Steve Ostrum, Jim Stanton, Dennis Voight. NOT PICTURED: Barb Kuchenreuther and Dave Reid. MIXED CHORUS This year our mixed chorus participated in a multitude of events. Three of the most memorable are the performance on KGLO-TV, Mason City, the conference vocal festival held at Eagle Grove, and, of course, the Baccalaureate service where we sang the "Lord's Prayer". Some of our more well-known songs were the selections from the Broadway musical BRIGADOON, "God of Our Fathers", featuring a trumpet trio, and the novelty number "Banana Boat Song" with Bill Bourne vocalizing and Mike Brayton setting the tempo on his bongo drums. Thanks to the very capable direction of Mr. Snustad, we've had an extremely fine year. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Joyce Riebhoff, JudyMunger, Jane Faber, Susan Schultz, Barb Brandow, Judy Gerber, Sally Steele, Nancy Muckey, Kendra Seely, Dianna Rentz, Marcia Angle, Jeanette Vigdal, Joan Ward, Trudy Bartholomew, Jane Cole. SECOND ROW: Betty Holt, Verdean Shaw, Vicky Marshall, Carol Kenyon, Ruth Benschoter, Pam Gabrielson, Glennda Gabrielson, Julie Vipond, Kay Moulton, Linda Tague, Marilyn Black, Joan Post, Mary Ann Sigsbee, Barb Kuchenreuther, Carol Markovetz. THIRD ROW: Kay Agena, Judy Becker, Jackie Rowley, Nancy Cole, Rhonda Brandow, Harriet Benschoter, Rosemary Medin, Bev Warner, Sherry Read, Patricia Kenyon, Lucille Gade, Dianne Kuhlmann, Alice Patterson, Juneadel Lieb, Patty Schulz. BACK ROW: Carolyn Plott, Kathy Bay, Barb Reinders, Mary Miller, Mary Jo Brower, Jodie Chally, Mary Misbach, Louise Skow, Patti Priebe, Barb Bartlett, Mary Jane Butterfield, Marilyn Skow, Char La.Barre, Nancy Lowman, Linda Percival, Jeri Ruark. ABSENT: Sandy Hakes. GIRLS' CHORU FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Ruth Van Buren, Linda Sharp, Carole Koepke, Rosalie Hahn, Vicki Steil, Ann Haase, Phyllis Scott, Rebecca Wetzel, Diane Malueg, Rosann Madsen, Sharon Gardner, Myrna Mino. SECOND ROW: Carole Richman, Phyllis Wiegand, Joyce Anderson, Francie Zeigler, Mary Broesder, Nancy Geilenfeld, Connie Munger, Marian Broesder, Delthea Shierk, Natalie Boldridge, Barbara Boyd. THIRD ROW: Marjorie I-loldren, Cheryl Norris, Judy Willrett, Gretchen Deim, Sheryl Olson, Kathie Feaster, Jean Keith, Donna Patton, Muriel Zittritsch, Pat Schneider, Karen Alt, Barb Lau, Sheryll McNeill, Sandi Cook. BACK ROW: Suzanne Wibben, Carolyn Sabin, Sharon Smith, Marianna Rieken, Carolyn Rochleau, Claudia Ruark, Patricia Reilly, Janice Ringsdorf, Diane Riley, Corliss Rupp, Jean Rovn, Janice James. ABSENT: Roberta Schwendemann. WITH UMBRELLA: Kay Agena. FRONT ROW: Ken Egel, John Schutter, Alan Holt, Dale McBride, Mike Brayton, Bill Bourne, Steve Ostrum, Gary Kesting. SECOND ROW: Bill Bartlett, Kent Immerfall, Don Hutchison, Don McBride, Terry Hobbs, Roger Brandow, Alan Bode, Bucky Buchanan, Gary Colwell, Dave Reid. THIRD ROW: John Platt, Earl Routh, J' im Stanton, John Phillips, I im Finn, Chuck Streit, Dennis Voight, Dennis Helmke, Bob Garms, Garry Graham, Larry Kuchenreuther. BOYS' HORU Although our Boys' Chorus only put in one appearance, that being at the Spring Concert, we have still enjoyed ourselves immensely. Wehavesung two songs from Broadway musicals. The first, "Standing on the Corner" from THE MOST HAPPY FELLOW, gave us achance to whistle at some very pretty girls. The other, "With a Little Bit 'a Luck" from MY FAIR LADY, starred ,Tohn Platt's short speech on temptation. We want to thank Kay Agena for being our accompanist. Also, we owe much of our success to our director, Mr. Snustad. ,fa . P352 ,H ,fn '94 --fr gr: J ' '41, H ,H SEATED: Jean Keith, Sherry Read, Mike' Brayton. STANDING: Jackie Rowley, Sandy Hakes, Linda Tague, Kay Agena, John Schutter, Barb Brandow, Rosemary Medin, Gary Kesting. ll. N! up SEATED: Barb Reinders. FRONT ROW: Bill Bourne, Gary Co1we11, Joyce Riebhoff, John Phillipsg Pianist, Judy Gerber. BACK ROW: Larry Kuchenreuther, Earl Routh, Pat Schneider. FRONT ROW: Judy Gerber, Barb Reinders, Sherry Read, Joyce Riebhoff. SECOND ROW: Sandy Hakes, Barb Brandow, Jean Keith. THIRD ROW: Kay Agena, Rosemary Medin. FOURTH ROW: Pat Schneider, SYMPHO ETTE This year the syrnphonettes gained distinction not only at the local level but also at the state level when the ten-member group was invited to sing at the State Student Council Convention at Ames. Another big highlight was the spring concert at which the syrnphonettes sang "Me and My Shadow," "Red, Red Robin," and "Tender1y". Singing with wide variety and fine skill, the group provided pleasant entertain- ment at many social occasions. LEFT TO RIGHT: Ann Segar, Verdean Shaw, Kay Moulton, Mary Miller, Marilyn Black, Betty Holt, Barb Kuchenreuther. FRESHMAN SEPTET The Freshman Septet, a relatively new addition to our high school vocal department, was the winner of our 1960 Christmas Talent Show. These young ladies have performed for such events as the Turkish Dance, the G.R.A. banquet, the Athletic banquet, the Prom, and the Spring Concert. Among their many songs are "Unchained Melody", featuring the solo voice of Betty Holt, "All Ihave to do is Dream", which they sang for the talent show, and "Come Softly to Me". We are looking forward to hearing these girls at our school activities in the future. Mr. Snustad, congratulations for the direction of such a fine group of musicians. Bill Bourne JW? VOCAL Barb Rernders SOLCDISTS ,W V ,J M Q.. Judy Gerber, accomparnst W0 me XIMYNW A x 1 an Dave 98 Pat Schneider 9 Reld W 57 'sig' 2? M gf , Egg 4,1 :vm-. gg , Q35 . l,'f."'. jeff. H ug, .pf E w..-igamglujffg ww - -'- . 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Harriet Benschoter Mary Broesder Carl Danielsen Emma Finley Glennda Gabrielson Karen Haase Jean Keith Rosemary Medin Sherry Read Roberta Schwendemann Carolyn Stewart L Linda Tague Dean Willrett , wzzs " Wgevir. A Viggo A we if!! Eugene Wittkopf Y ANNUAL SALES COMMITTEE BACK ROW: Connie Munger, Julie Vipond, Barb Bartlett, Ruth Van Buren, Sharon Scott, Roberta Schwende- rnann, Mary Broesder, Nancy Lowman, Char LaBarre, Pat Navoichick, Joyce Reibhoff, Karen Alt, Don Madsen, Sheryl Olsen, Dean Willrett, Lenny Funk, Gene Wittkopf, Gary Rich. SECOND ROW: Betty Wickwire, Claudia Ruark, Pat Schneider, Sherry Read, Glennda Gabrielson, Patti Preibe, Sandi Hakes, Sheryll McNeill, George Balluff, Larry Klein, Denny Waller, Dave Long. "Xi 101 ? ss? 2, A 4 T A 'H nl ' 2' "' . .3 f W7 N ca 4. H V Q ,uf J-QL Jr- lv M KAREN HAASE CARL DANIELSEN KATHY BAY EUGENE WITTKOPF LARRY KLEIN 9 Y .. Y 7 W N Z? I 5 fifu., 2,7 . ,L I 5 t . ,I I gf ROBERTA SCHWENDEMANN ROSEMARY MEDIN BRIGITTA WI-IITTEMORE LYNN KUECK xg wh 154 SUSAN SCHULTZ S O C I E T Y KAY AGENA PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER CKIE ROWLEY ALAN HOLT JA BILL BOURNE ,- ' I A L A FFR I A . if ,V ,WJ-V' rr- 1 ull: .Y Q Ai I' A 'ai L' JOYCE RIEBHOFF KAREN ALT A Eg CHUCK S1-REIT VICE-PRESIDENT LHQDA PERCIVAL 102 MARY BROESDER FRONT ROW: SECRETARY Karen Alt, VICE-PRESIDENTJohn Platt, PRESIDENT Gary Rich, TREASURER Gary Angle, Bill Bourne, Chuck Streit, SPONSOR Mr. Alberts. SECOND ROW: Kent Immerfall, Chuck Oberwetter, Gary Kelley, Tom Waller, Larry Klein, John Schutter, Mary Misbach, Lynn Kueck. THIRD ROW: Pat Navoichick, Sandi Cook, Charyl Cook, Kay Moulton, Barb Kuchenreuther, Marcia Angle, Carolyn Plott. TUDE T COUNCILS Student Council proved to have another very successful year. Council projects ranging from a flag in our gym to the Spirit Cup helped boost our morale and encourage school spirit. Our foreign exchange student project from last year was a success as we were honored to have with us this year a Turkish student, Bora Pervane. We have decided to continue this project next year. Homecoming, Snoball, and the Turkish Dance highlighted our social events for the year. We sincerely hope that you students were satisfied with our accomplishments during the 1960-61 session of Algona High School Student Council, PEP BAN FIRST ROW: John Platt, Pat Navoichick, Bob Gerber, Mike Brayton, Bill Bourne, Earl Routh, Gary Colwell, Rich Hutchins, Dave Reid, Gary Kesting, Marilyn Skow. SECOND ROW: Mr. Guster, Anne Steven, Sharon Scott, Jane Faber, Don McBride, Jerry Raney, Alan Holt, Tom Anderson, Marcia Angle, Sue Schultz, Ruth Benschoter, Harriet Benschoter, Linda Tague, Judy Becker, Carol Kenyon, Rodger Ferris. PEP LUB FIRST ROW: Sandi Cook, Kathy Bay, Nancy Lowrnan, Charyl Cook. SECOND ROW: Delthea Shierk, Jeri Ruark, VICE PRESIDENT Janice James, PRESIDENT Pat Schneider, SECRETARY-TREASURER Myrna Mino, Judy Munger, Nancy Muckey. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Rochleau, Betty Wickwire, Claudia Ruark, Emma Finley, Phyllis Hardgrove, Marilyn Black, Mary Ann Sigsbee. FOURTH ROW: Joyce Anderson, Jane Cole, Suzanne Wibben, Gretchen Deim, Donna Patton, Nancy Geilenfeld, Trudy Bartholomew, Kendra Seely, Joan Post. FIFTH ROW: Janice Ringsdorf, Judy Becker, Ruth Chantland, Phyllis Scott, Francie Zeigler, Patty Peterson, Paulette Slobe, Becky Strayer. SIXTH ROW: Barb Kuchenreuther, Kay Moulton, Linda Percival, Sharon Smith. A -V rw 'i fi .2 -X . A. .1 . FRONT ROW: R. Schwendemann, K. Alt, M. Broesder, R. Medin, K. Haase, S. G. J. T. Hakes, J. Gerber, S. McNeill. SECOND ROW: J. Cha1ly,,T. Ward, S. Read Gabrielson, A. Haase, K. Feaster, K. Agena. THIRD ROW: N. Cole, S. Steele, Rovn, B. Holt, N. Boldridge, Penny Johnson. FOURTH ROW: B. Brandow Olsen, S. Olson, J. Riebhoff, J. Rowley, M. Misbach, B. Reinders. Under the leadership of Mrs. Moxley the Cadettes had an exciting year. With flashy, new, red and white uniforms and the dream of a trip to the Girls' State Basketball Tournament on their minds the Cadettes began their 1960-61 season. The Cadettes gladly accepted an invitation to perform at Clarion during the half-time of the Clarion- Algona game. Then their dream came trueg and on March 10, a very excited group of girls boarded the bus for Des Moines. Several weeks after the trip to Des Moines, the girls entertained their parents at a tea and showed the moving pictures taken during the Des Moines performance. This tea not only ended a wonderful season, but also marked the end of performances for the seventeen senior girls in the corps. sum- -' A .sag ' 4, Q3 - I' VISUAL AIDS if 3-...ff W FIRST ROW: Gary Rusk, Bora Pervane, Carl Danielson, Nancy Muckey, Kendra Seely, Corliss Rupp, Mary Jo Brower, Miss Quimby. SECOND ROW: Tom Macurnber, Dave Long, Albert Chantland, Clay Mowers, John Phillips, Bucky Buchanan, Denny Richey, Jim Finn, Steve Miller. THIRD ROW: Tom Gouge, Herb Hobbs, David Humphrey, Kent Lrnmerfall, Walter Rich, Terry Ringsdorf, Richard Steven, Bahne Struecker. FOURTH ROW: George Balluff, Fred Duerr, Jerry Gade, Gary Angle, John Clark, Paul Smith, Larry Pratt, Clyde Bronson, Jim Pickett. FIFTH ROW: Glenn Johnson, Terry Farnstrom, Jim Shipler, Mike Kain, Bob Patton, Mike Gilbert, Jerry Schuller, .Terry Pingel. LIBRARIANS FRONT ROW: Mrs. Henderson, Judy Johnson, Myrna Mino, Cheryl Norris, Virginia Hedlund, Betty Wickwire. SECOND ROW: Alice Patterson, Marjorie Holdren, Janice Olson, Charyl Cook, Judy Willrett, Corliss Rupp, Lorraine Hamilton, Dave Long. THIRD ROW: Jerry Schuller, James Gatton, Dennis Helmke, Dennis Leigh, Jerry Parsons, Richard Steven, Paul Smith, Lutz Duerr, Dean Willrett. ' X F. F. . ell' FIRST ROW: Larry Braun, Bob Gerber, Lynn Kueck, Gary Priebe, Don Madsen, Don Etherington. SECOND ROW: Orland Steil, Denny Graham, Richard Steven, Bob Patton, Jim Shipler, Doug J ergenson, Roger Long, Dennis Leigh, John Scuffham. THIRD ROW: John Jennings, Don Urch, Terry Brandow, Larry Stratton, Jim Gatton, Tim Vipond, Mike Kain, Joe McNeill, Don Schmitt. FOURTH ROW: Jerry Schuller, Gary McVay, Jerry Pingel, Bill Specht, Jim Pingel, Paul Smith, Elmer Alt, Carroll Sabin. QQ 99 FIRST ROW: Larry Klein, Gary Peer, Denny Waller, Bob Percival, Terry Ringsdorf, Jim Richardson, Glenn Johnson, Dean Willrett, Steve Miller, Gary Angle. SECOND ROW: Chuck Streit, Randy Harms, Bob Haag, Lenny Funk, Bob Ellefson, Larry Kuchenreuther, Jack Vipond, Bill Sigsbee, Bob Gerber. THIRD ROW: Gene Wittkopf, Denny Richey, Gary Rich, Tim Vipond, Don Hutchison, Alan Holt, Bill Wetzel, Denny Helmke, Bill Baker, Terry Brandow, George Balluff. FOURTH ROW: Orland Steil, Jerry Seiler, John Spencer, Bob Patton, Chuck Oberwetter, Tom Waller, Lynn Kueck, Mike Wickliff, Rich Hutchins, Mike Schmidt, Craig Lewellyn. Q 'n FRONT ROW, Left to Right: HISTORIAN Glennda Gabrielson, TREASURER Joyce Riebhoff, SECRETARY Harriet Benschoter, VICE-PRESIDENT Carole Richman, PRESIDENT Karen Alt, REPORTER Rosemary Medin, PARLIAMENTARIAN Mary Misbach, PROJECTS AND RECREATION CHAIRMAN Pat Navoichick, SONG LEADER Pat Schneider, SPONSOR Mrs. Collier. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Rochleau, Sandi Cook, Sheryl Olson, Sheryll McNeill, Roberta Schwendemann, Mary Broesder, Judy Gerber, Nancy Lowman, Kathy Bay, Connie Munger, Bev Johnson. THIRD ROW: Claudia Ruark, Louise Skow, Jean Keith. Sharon Scott, Donna Patton, Ruth VanBuren, Karen Schultz, Emma Finley, Phyllis Hardgrove, Anne Stevens, Betty Wickwire. FOURTH ROW: Marjorie Holdren, Becky Strayer, Paulette Slobe, Sharon Burtis, .Tudy Naylor, Patty Peterson, .Tanice James, Sandy Hakes, Sherry Read, Julie Vipond, Barb Bartlett. FIFTH ROW: Janice Koepke, Alice Patterson, Susan Schultz, Brigitta Whittemore, Jackie Rowley, Jean Rovn, Janice Olson, Barbara Lau, Kathie Feaster, Marianna Reiken, Juneadele Lieb. Q 'IO O BELOW--FRONT ROW: Rhonda Brandow, Joan Ward, Nancy Fosnaugh, Joan Post, Judy Munger, Sally Steele, Delthea Shierk, Mary Ann Sigsbee. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Skow, Francie Zeigler, Ruth Ben- schoter, Dianne Malueg, Carol Kenyon, Vicky Marshall, Marilyn Black, Betty Holt, Barb Kuchenreuther, Kay Moulton. THIRD ROW: Ann Segar, Trudy Bartholomew, Jodie Chally, Nancy Cole, Gretchen Deim, Mary Louise Miller, Phyllis Scott, Janice Ringsdorf, Pat Reilly, Kendra Seely. FOURTH ROW: Mary Jo Brower, Jeanette Vigdal, Kay Agena, Linda Percival, Diane Riley, Carole Koepke, Sharon Gardner. FIFTH ROW: Margaret Kent, Linda Sharp, Janice Estberg, Diane Kuhlmann, Sharon Helmers, Marcella Lovstad, Sharon Smith, Charyl Cook, Ruth Chantland. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: I-IISTORIAN Connie Munger, REPORTER Pat Navoichick, VICE-PRESIDENT Louise Skow, PRESIDENT Nancy Lowman, SECRETARY Rosemary Medin, TREASURER Karen Haase, SPONSOR Miss Koehnk. SECOND ROW: Barb Bartlett, Julie Vipond, Patti Priebe, Kathy Bay, Joyce Riebhoff, Sheryl Olson, Jean Keith, Sherry Read, Glennda Gabrielson, Sandy Hakes, Char LaBarre. THIRD ROW: Trudy Olsen, Linda Tague, Ruth VanBuren, Sharon Scott, Phyliss I-lardgrove, Emma Finley, Mary Broesder, Roberta Schwendemann, Karen Alt. FOURTH ROW: Carolyn Stewart, Janice Koepke,AHarriet Benschoter, Natalie Boldridge, Pat Peterson, Judy Naylor, Barb Lau, Barb Brandow, Marianna Rieken, Kathie Feaster, Paulette Slobe. FIFTH ROW: Clara Hansen, Barb Reinders, Mary Misbach, Jean Rovn, Jackie Rowley, Brigitta Whittemore, Janice Olson, Sandi Cook. G.R.A. FRONT ROW: Ruth Chantland, Ruth Benschoter, Carol Kenyon, Pat Kenyon, Verdean Shaw, Judy Munger, Delthea Shierk, Ann Segar, Mary Louise Miller, Trudy Bartholomew, Nancy Cole, Jodie Chally. SECOND ROW: Judy Becker, Linda Fountain, Joan Ward, Nancy Fosnaugh, Rhonda Brandow, Marilyn Black, Betty Holt, Barb' Kuchenreuther, Kay Moulton, Sally Steele, Barb Boyd, Francie Zeigler. THIRD ROW: Rosalie Hahn, Marilyn Skow, Linda Sharp, Jeanette Vigdal, Kendra Seely, Joan Post, Mary Ann Sigsbee, Phyllis Scott, Janice Ringsdorf, Pat Reilly, Ann I-laase. FOURTH ROW: Jeri Ruark, Sharon Helmers, Marcella Lovstad, Diane Kuhlmann, Janice Estberg, Charyl Cook, Linda Percival, Sharon Smith, Muriel Zittritsch, Dianna Rentz. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: TREASURER Glennda Gabrielson, VICE-PRESIDENT Sandy Hakes, PRESIDENT Jean Keith, SECRETARY Carolyn Rochleau, PARLIAMENTARIAN Larry Klein. SECOND ROW: .Toyce Riebhoff, Julie Vipond, Jean Rovn, Jackie Rowley, HISTORIAN Sandi Cook, Mary Jane Butterfield. THIRD ROW: Eugene Wittkopf, Patti Priebe, SPONSOR Miss Sorensen, Natalie Boldridge, Betty Wickwire, Allan Bode. F. T. . The F . T.A. organization serves a very worthwhile purpose in cultivating the desired qualities, learning about the profession, and studying the lives of great teachers. .Meetings are held once a month, and any sophomore, junior, or senior is eligible for membership. Next year all high school students may join. We had many interesting meetings. Four college freshmen spoke to us about their particular colleges. The school system in Turkey was presented very interestingly by Bora Pervane. We viewed a film on F.T.A. work entitled "Focus on Future". Our last meeting was one of fun. We had a very good turnout at a picnic at Call State Park. E The F.T.A. organization hopes to take even a bigger step in informing young people next year. 1 X FRONT ROW: SPONSOR Miss Condon, Bora Pervane, PRESIDENT Gary Rich, SECRETARY Rosemary Medin, VICE-PRESIDENT Gary Kelley, Bob Pratt, Bill Wetzel, Randy Harmes. SECOND ROW: Marlys Lupkes, Barb Boyd, Dianne Malueg, Marilyn Skow, Myrna Mino, Cheryl Norris, Judy Johnson, Louise Skow. THIRD ROW: Jim Johnson, Vicki Steil, Jean Keith, Jackie Rowley, Carolyn Plott, Francie Zeigler, Dave I-licks. FOURTH ROW: John Clark, Bill Sigsbee, Mike Schmidt, Lance Johnson, Alan Holt, Steve Ostrum, John Sires, Bob Haag. ' RT CLUB From posters to mosaics, special projects, and scenes of American life, the beauty of our school was constantly enhanced by this year's Art Club. With excellent contributions from Gary Rich and Gary Kelley, and many fine works from the other club members, the Spring Exhibit was an outstanding success. Our ninth grade students can be proud of their mosaics of Iowa history, which were featured in the DES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER last fall. When Bora Pervane left for home this summer, he took with him drawings of American life to be shown at his school in Turkey. This and many other events combined to make this year a successful year for the Art Club. FRONT ROW: PUBLIC RELATIONS CHAIRMAN Pat Peterson, TREASURER Pat Schneider, SECRETARY .Tudy Naylor, VICE -PRESIDENT Carolyn Stewart, PRESIDENT Trudy Olsen, SPONSOR Miss Madsen. SECOND ROW: Terry Ringsdorf, Bob Haag, Claudia Ruark, Clara Hansen, Mary Ann Hansen, Gloria Bronson, Ann Stevens, .Tuneadele Lieb. THIRD ROW: Lutz Duerr, J' im Richardson, Donna Patton, Penny Johnson, Nancy Geilenfeld, .T anice Koepke, Alice Patterson, Sharon Burtis, Carol Markovetz. F.B.L.A. The Future Business Leaders of America, under the supervision of Miss Madsen, had a very big year in 1960-61. We found each month filled with many activities. In the fall we sent representatives .to the State Cabinet meeting in Nevada, Iowa. Our main project for the year was sponsoring a Beatnik Dance. We had a fine attendance, and the dance was a big success. At Christmas time we made favors for all the patients at the Good Samaritan Home. Other projects for the year included several candy sales, a bake sale, a car wash, and an FBLA scrapbook. At the state convention held in April at Iowa State Teachers College, Sharon Burtis was elected state reporter, Judy Naylor won third in spelling, and Clara Hansen won third invocabulary. Sharon, Judy, and Carol Markovetz represented Algona at the National Convention at Washington D.C. inJ'une. This year we were able to increase our membership over last year. We are proud to say that we had four boys who were very active members. We hope that in the following years you, as students, will make FBLA one of the BIGGEST and BEST clubs in AHS. D.E.C.A. . ' L FRONT ROW: Gloria Bronson, Sandra Ludwig, Pauline McMahon, Joyce VanDeWa1ker, Mary Ann Hansen, Francis Bruns. SECOND ROW: Bev Johnson, Denny Richey, Albert Chantland, Glenn Johnson, Terry Ringsdorf, SPONSOR Mr. Kramer. CAMERA CLUB FRONT ROW: John Platt, PRESIDENT Roberta Schwendemann, MaryBroesder, Mary Jo Brower. SECOND ROW: Carl Danielsen, VICE -PRE SIDE NT Karen Alt, Dianne Riley. THIRD ROW: SECRE- TARY Patricia Navoichick, TREASURER Barb Bartlett, Bob Garms. ..,- . gym -l, FRONT ROW: Jeanette Vigdal, Nancy Fosnaugh, Linda Sharp, Delthea Shierk. SECOND ROW: Sue Moore, Jeri Ruark, Corliss Rupp, Virginia I-ledlund. NOT PIC- TURED: Mr. Siemens, SPONSOR. H3 DEB TE FIRST ROW: J ack Vipond, Mr. Palmer, Bill Sigsbee. SECOND ROW: John Platt, Bill Bourne, Gene Wittkopf. 13" .A Squad win Lost 1 Iowa City '7 1 Buena Vista 4 0 Mason City 5 3 H Gustavus Adolphus 5 3 Coe 5 3 Ames 6 2 State Tournament 8 2 John Platt, Denny Waller, Terry Farnstrom, Dave Long. This year General Palmer and his troops, dressed with the traditional uniforms of red ties and socks, traveled down the road of conquest to debate the United Nations topic. In direct violation of the principles of the UN, they declared war on all opposing teams. They won victory after victory at such famous battle- fields as Buena Vista, Gustavus Adolphus, and Cedar Rapids. At the end of the campaign, they had won 40 debates and lost only 14. They received a trophy at the Battle of Ames for the best affirmative team. .They also tied for third place at the state finals at Iowa City. The only casualties were a few dry voices and sore backs received from Palm's "little red wagon." 114 my 1 Q2 U VW, J, , Q wx V Bm X3 .s I iiFf?i'i? Ju I il f .ns ,. fl ' E 5? Wkagfj' 56' :QM i fgiifi' 7? fmg , "4 VEISHEA five. Chop'em up Chief Ringside seats Concentrating, Casey? 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Bullpup Za ,E A22 an 0 598 ll Nl Nd 'il Xl xr Xl Nl xy R7 Kd 9. kwa 1902 IK lk an fs. an fs WN IN IN 0 SENIOR CLASS FRONT ROW: Mary Ann Hansen, Trudy Olsen, Sherry Read, Barbara Bartlett, Sheryl Olson, Sharon Scott, Julie Vipond, Bev Warner, Sheryl McNeill, Glennda Gabrielson. SECOND ROW: Joyce Riebhoff, Charlene LaBa1-re, Nancy Lowman, Phyliss Hardgrove, Bev Johnson, Kathy Bay, Patti Priebe, Barbara Reinders, Louise Skow, Francis Bruns. THIRD ROW: Gary Angle, Pauline McMahon, Pat Navoichick, Gary Peer, Dean Willrett, Bill Bourne, Dave Long, Bill Sigsbee, Gary Kesting, Bora Pervane. FOURTH ROW: Robert Percival, John Gilbert, Donald Madsen. Terry Farnstrom, Jim Richardson, Lennie Funk, DennyRichey, Alvin Hagg, Denny Waller, Terry Ringsdorf. fisfi f is "THE GREATER THE TRIALS OF I96I FRONT ROW: Sandy Hakes, Betty Wickwire, Anne Steven, Sandra Ludwig, Clara Hansen, Roberta Schwendemann, Mary Broesder, Karen Alt, Judy Gerber, Karen Hasse, Linda Tague, Connie Munger, Judy Naylor. SECOND ROW: Karen Schultz, Emma Finley, Ruth VanBuren, Penny Johnson, Sharon Bilyeu, Harriet Benschoter, Natalie Boldridge, Nancy Geilenfeld, Donna Patton, Patricia Schneider, Claudia Ruark, Jean Keith, Linda Riedel. THIRD ROW: Jerry Gade, John Spencer, George Balluff, Ron Isaacson, Larry Klein, Eugene Wittkopf, John Moore, Orland Steil, Fred Duerr, Carolyn Stewart, Rosemary Medin. FOURTH ROW: Glenn Johnson, Steve Miller, Jerry Seiler, Bob Haag, John Platt, Jack Vipond, Carl Danielsen, Eugene Harbour, Earl Routh, Gary Rich. THE MORE GLORIOUS THE TRIUMPHS." E96 Il Nl all 0 Rd Xl i Xl N! Xl if Xl R! Xl M W 0.05 ik lk ik lk IN lk IN IN IIN 0 COMMENCEME T PROGR M The Delphian Society Art Award ..... The Business and Professional Women's Award .... Daughters of the American Revolution Award . . The Bel Canto Club, Lucia Wallace Award ....... The The Tyrell M. Ingersoll Awards: Forensic Award ..... . . . . Minnie .T . Coate Memorial . Iowa State Teachers College Sandy Hakes Larry Klein Dave Long Carolyn Rochleau .Toyce Riebhoff State University of Iowa Kathy Bay Morningside Gary Kesting Central College Barbara Reinders St. Olaf Roberta Schwendemann The Willard E. and Ella P. Thompson Scholarship Fund Carl Danielson Fred Duerr Clara Hansen Larry Klein Gary Rich William Sigsbee . . . . Gary Rich . . Pat Schneider . . . .John Platt . . . .Bill Bourne . . . Eugene Wittkopf . . . . Mary Broesder . . Glennda Gabrielson .. . . . . . A1vinH-332 . . . Karen Alt ....................................LarryKlein wwwv U2 Q O f-1'-1 ei ie sais wru E .ETSO- gg '12I'1lT1 i-4 Pimgb 'cg k4cn5" 9-EEJ1 Hmm-'U 2 '03 un H- 5259 Sabi? 55252 9432.0- n-1-i-f-Q Sim' SSR'- z 5. EQ"- r.:..g.f3'. 54,1 'J UJ.' ET.- U. as'- 2'- 95'- v-c., 0-. cf-J-,-fx,-.f ,V- Program Processional "Pomp ancl Circumstance" -- ..... 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