Altoona High School - Roundup Yearbook (Altoona, IA)
- Class of 1955
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To Henry K. Ver Steeg, who in his eight
years atAltoona as band master, teacher, and
friend devoted his time and efforts to the
young people of the community and made his
kindly influence and personality strongly
felt. We the Seniors of 1955 respectfully ded-
icate this yearbook.
FRONT ROW: 0. T. Harrell, Supf., Mr. Paul Workman, Mr. J. .l. Cusfer, Mr. Glen Poffen -
berger, Mr. Wilbur Yount, Pres. of Board, Mr. Kenneth Champion.
BACK ROY: Mft. Roberts, Sec. A
James L. Carmody Mrs. Ruflv Roberts
B. Sc. University of Iowa
Oren T. Harrell
Superi Men dent
B. A. Parsons College
M. A. Unlvorsify of Iowa
University of Chicago
B. A. Vlllllam Penn College
Richard E. Pefers
Grandview Junlor College
B. Se. Dralxe University
B. A. Simpson College
Richard E. Frey
B.A. Iowa State College
James M. Peterson
B. A. Simpson College
Mabel Rurlu Smith
B. A. Iowa Stare Teachers'
Unlverslry of Iowa
Mrs. Margaret Calbreatlt
B.A. Coe College
University of Iowa
B.A. Iowa State College
Mrs. Peggy Porter
Iowa State Teachers College
B.A. Iowa Unlverslty
B.A. Drake University
Dale D. Kever
Bacholor of Music Education
at Drake University
Hal Ellls Kreutz
Bachelor of Music Education
Master of Music Education
Pictured at the right is our ianitor
md all around handy mm Bernard Griffin.
The school lunch program was under
the guidance of the three women at the
left. Mrs. Schaf, Mrs. Griffin, and Mrs.
Not pictured me the men who drove
the new buses: Mr. Lawless, Mr. Sells,
Mr. Cory, Mr. Camody, Mr. Peters, and
BRUCE "Rufus" CALBREATH
Madrigal, Class Play, School News
Paper, Band, Vocal, Annual and
AMBITICN: To lead a happy and
Activities: Baseball, Band, Vocal, An-
Ambition: To never have to worry about
where my next million dollars is coming
Activities: Lions Club Citizenship A-
wad, Vocal, Queen Attendant, President,
Student Council, Cheerleader, Class Play,
Ambition: To be successful in whatever
Activities: Vice- President, Football,
Baseball, Basketball, Track, Student
Council, Class Play, Lions Club Citizen-
ship Awird, Band, Vocal, Annual.
Ambition: Play professional.
Activities: Basketball, Baseball, Track,
Football, Class Play, Vocal,
Ambition: To be a disc- iockey.
Activities: Football, Basketball, Annual.
Ambition: To be fairly successful in
college md go on to be a successful bus-
Activities: Basketball, Secretary, Swing
Band, Sextette, Class Play, Lions Club
Citizenship Awa'd,Vocal, Band, Maiorette,
Assistant Annual Editor, Queen.
Ambition: To make Jim the happiest and
a comptometer operator.,
R ICHARD CATRON
Activities, Baseball, Track, Band.
Ambition: To go to college and become
NANCY JO BACKUS
Activities: Madrigal, Vocal, Sextette,
Ambition: Comptometer operator and es-
pecially a "Housewife".
Activities: Madrigal, Class Play, Vocal
Ambition: To mary a tall blonde.
Activities: Newspaper, Basketball,Class
Play, Band, Vocal.
Ambition: To complete at least one yea'
of college and get married someday.
Activities: Vice- President, Vocal, Band.
Ambition: To be successful.
Ambition: To be a C. P. A.
Ambition: To be a farmer and to have a
successful mcrried life.
GLORIA DEN OTTER
Nickname: "Lou Lou"
Activities: Band, Basketball.
Ambition: To be a housewife.
Activities: Football, Cheerleader, Track.
Ambition: To graduate.
Ambition: To be a successful business
Activities: Football, Basketball, Track,
Madrigal, Student Manager, Baseball,
Ambition: To be a C. P. A.
Activities: Sextette, Class Play, Capt.
Flag Twirllers, Vocal, Band, Annual.
Ambition: To many the Air Force md
raise my own squadron.
GEORGE MUR ROW
Activities: President, Football, Baseball,
Ambition: To be a rodeo clown.
Nickname: "Emma Lou"
Activities: Madrigal, Vocal, Band.
Ambition: To sing with my sisters on
the Grand Ole Opry.
Activities: Basketball, Class Play, Sec-
retary, Vocal, Band, Annual.
Ambition: To live, love, laugh, and be
Nickname: ' 'Dottie' '
Ambition: Devote my life to Elden.
Activities: Basketball, Vocal, Sextette,
Queen Attendant, Annual.
Ambition: To make Bob happy and to be
Activities: Secretcry, Vice-President,
President, Student Council, Class Play,
Football, Basketball, Track, Vocal.
Ambition: To be a successful firmer and
Activities: Class Play, Queen Attendant,
Secretcry, Basketball, Moiorette, Drum
Ambition: To go to Texas and own o
Ambition: Own a ranch.
Activities: Football, Basketball, Base-
ball, Track, Madrigal, Vocal, Band.
Ambition: To secure my shcre of wine,
women, and song.
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Activities: Baseball, Basketball, Foot-
Ambition: To be a successful farmer.
Activities: Basketball, Band, Vocal,
Annual, Class Play, Sextette.
Ambition: To merry a career man and to
have a career myself.
Nickname: "Curly' '
Activities: Class Play, Annual, Band,
Ambition: To own a new Cadillac by the
age of 25.
Activities: Basketball, Cqatain Basket-
ball, Vocal, Band, Annual.
Ambition: Third grade teacher.
SANDRA STRAY ER
Nickname: "Dee Jay"
Activities: Vocal, Band.
Ambition: To be a western D..l. and a
lifetime resident of Nashville Tennessee.
Ambition: To be a file clerk and get mu'-
Activities: Basketball, Track.
Ambition: Cross mosquito with firefly
so you can see them coming.
Ambition: To own my own service station
enior elaoo Cl.Oill of 1955
We the Seniors, being about to depart from the Altoona Halls of learning and having no
further use for our superior qualities and achievements, fwhich we received in our long strug-
gle through school, here at Altoona. Therefore we will these qualities and achievements
to the students who follow our foot steps, on condition that they cherish them always and
use them to the best of their ability. I
EVELYN BROWN -leaves her bashfulness to Roberta Hood.
CHARLOTTE WARNER -leaves her name at the Justice of the Peace.
GAYE BLAKE -bequeaths her broken glasses to the repair shop.
JIM DAVENPORT-will auction off his old report cards to the highest bidder.
CHARLOTTE DOWNARD-doesn't want to leave anything, she iust wants to leave.
STANTON SORNSON-bequeaths his wavy black hair to Lanny Shultice.
GERALD SOPER -leaves whiskers on Sandra Van Dyke.
GEORGE MURROW-wills his heart to Peggy Pollitt.
CHARLES LONGNECKER-wills his quiet sweet ways to Bill Newell.
NANCY SMITH- leaves her Marching and Basketball memories to Karen Perry.
EVA ROE -bequeaths her love of school buses to anyone who has to walk.
DONNA WALKER- leaves her friendliness 8. ability to get along in the world to all.
DOROTHY STEWART- leaves her old men for new ones.
KARLA HARRIS-wills her smiles to Mr. Harrell.
NANCY BACKUS-wills Ted to herself.
NORMA HARRISON -leaves her flirtiness to Rosalie Bailey.
MELVA STUART- wills her piano to Liberace.
SANDRA STRAYER- leaves with no regret.
PAT IRISH-bequeaths herself to Raymond.
BEVERLY YOUNT-wills herself to any old millionaire.
JUNE DUCKETT- leaves her giggles in her pocket and goes forth.
GLORIA DEN OTTER -leaves her basketball shoes to anybody they will fit.
BILL COX- wills his nickname back where it came from.
LOUIS REES --wills an empty money bag to Mr. Carmody.
LOUIS SIMMONS- leaves his daintyness to Ronnie Lennox.
RAY SIMBRO- leaves the girls to fight over him.
DAN BRADY-hates to leave Peggy Newell
DAVID TUlNSTRA-wills his baby blue eyes to a blue eyed baby.
FRED LOVELL-wills his ring to a certain Freshman.
JERRY LEWIS- leaves his name with M.G.M.
BRUCE CALBREATH- leaves his artistic abilities on the school walls and desk.
PHIL CRABTREE-leaves his Athletic abilities to Frazier Coffie.
PERRY CHAPIN- leaves for Gay Parree as Peire La Chapin.
WENDALL SNOOK-leaves the Kurtesy Kings to get in a wreck.
TED DIEHL-wills Nancy to himself.
RICHARD CATRON-wills his "Kitty" back to Bruce.
JERRY BROWN - leaves.
Therefore, and in Witness thereof, we, being of doubtful mind and unsound body, do
seal this great will of the graduating class of "55". Affixed this day, in the month of May
the year one thousand nine hundred and fifty-five, in the town I?I of Altoona, County of
Polk, and State of Confusion.
Vice - President
Rosalle Lorerra Lee Nell
Jo Ann Ronald
Cgpl .ng Cfqff Custer Davi s
Sue Lucille Sandra Carolyn
BIOGRAPHY OF THE CLASS OF "56"
The goal of the Juniors is to have a beauti-
ful banquet and prom for the Seniors md the Fac-
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R9b'f" MlCll0Y Marlorie Angie
H004 JOM! Knox McDonald
Claudia Velda Francine Janet
Nel 300 Pratt Rhoades Roberts
Lanny Charles Tom Raymond
Shulti ce Snyder Tenhagen Vlol ver
Box Social, which we can term as a success. We have had o Jun-
ior Work Day, which we spent picking up corn. The class has had
fun at Roller Skating Parties, Hayrides and Dances. And had a
very successful ploy.
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The sophomores this year displayed their talent and ability in decorations, when they decorat-
ed the football field for Homecoming, also the beautiful Silver Ball Dance in December. They also
sponsered a roller skating party that took place at Ankeny.
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The high school chorus, composed of seventy voices, had one performance at Christmas
time and plans are underway for a spring concert, featuring the years work.
Director is Mr. Hal Kreutz, student director Phil Crabtree and accompanist Melva Smart.
Pictured are the members of the marching and concert bands, the mcrching band being in unn-
BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Hamborg, Armentrout, Custer Bailey, K. Walker, Den Otter, Zicke-
foose R. Walker, Silvers, Quinn.
SECOND ROW: Irish, Hickman, C. Hick, P. Pollit, Quinn, Shultice, Walker, Eichorn, Mathern,
THIRD ROW: P. Crabtree, Blake, R. Crabtree, Newell, D. Pollit, Rees, F. Slick, Jones, Yount
FOURTH ROW: Cox, Catron, Calbreath, Simmons, Stuart, Sornson, Longnecker, Roe, Roberts,
Director: Dale Kever
SOPNIIIOS: Nancy Backus
2nd Sopranos: Betty Harrison
Altos: Norma Harrison
Chosen early in the school
yea- the girls sextet has perform-
ed for many affairs. A few being
the Junior Play, Church groups,
and the Christmas Program.
FRONT ROW: L- to R Altos: Peg Newell, Betty Paulson, Barbara Hickman. Sopranos: Jeanne Hamborg,
Betty Armentrout, Loretta Roe. Tenors: Ronnie Davis, Donnie Townsend, Chucl: Longneclxer. Basses: Louie
Simmons, Stanton Sornson, Bill Cox.
Altoona was represented with one
quartet in the All State Chorus held No-
vember 27, ot the KRNT Theater.
The members are:
Base: Phil Crabtree
Alto: Charlotte Warner
Soprano: Nancy Backus
Tenor: Dan Brady
Members of the Boys Quartet are:
Bau: Roy Crabtree
Baritone: Phil Crabtree
Second Tenor: .lan McLeland
First Tenor: Dan Brady
Their initial performance was at the Christ-
mas program but they have also performed
for church and civil groups.
Pres. Bruce Caibreaih, Phil Crabtree, Karia Harris, Seniors. Peggy Pollir, Lorena Roe,
Lee Crabtree, Juniors. Richard Den Offer, Judy Cox, Roger Sorenson, Sophomores. Nancy
Qulnn, Brian Armantrout, Larry Murphy, Freshmen.
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Editor: Karla Harris, Ass't Editor: Charlotte Warner, Ariist: Bruce Calbreath, Business
Manager: Louis Reese, Ass't Business Manager: Jim Davenport.
"LET ME OUT OF HERE"
November I2 Sr I3
Eve Boyd - Virginia Melton
Bonny Lynn - Sue Decker
Bessie Rhoades - Peg Newell
Hazel Mills - Roberta Hood
Stevie Cobb - Don Capel and
Gcrret Lynn - Lanny Shulice
Victor Ward - Lee Crabtree
Angela Boyd - Kfxen Perry
Gifford Morton - N. Calbreath
Mcrshall Ward - Chuck Snyder
Eve and Bonny lead Aunt Angela to believe
that Eve is attending an exclusive girls' school,
when she is really earning a salary.
Aunt Angela and Gifford, Aunt Angela's choice
for Eve's husband arrive for a visit the same day
Garret and Vic do.
Vic, in town on important business, tears his
trousers. Being a holiday, Garret can't get them
Vic dresses as one of the girls to hide his
embarrassment. Upon Gorrets' return, he swipes
Garrets trousers and goes off to his business ap-
Upon Vic's fathers' arrival, he gets his trous-
ers swiped by Garret.
The girls return, find Garret md rope him in-
to playing the part of Eve's teacher.
When Garret's skirt falls down, so does the
Aunt Angela, forgives them though, and all
Thanks goes to Mrs. Calbreath and the .lr
Class for giving a wonderful play.
Journalism was offered as a credit course for the first time in
"54-55". The main obiect was the printing of the "SPOTLIGHT"
each month. Twelve students Juniors and Seniors made up the
staff. Mrs. Porter the class teacher and sponser had fullrespon-
sibility of picking editors who were Melva Stuart and Gaye Blake,
and seeing that the work was done by the rest of the class. The
pqaer came out the first of each month.
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CHEERLEADERS: Left to Right,Betty Tokhiem, Sondra Reutt, Betty Armantrout, Karla
Harris, Sandra Van Dyke.
One of the biggest highlights of the
yea' was homecoming. lt was an even big-
ger event this yea' because the football
team beat an all time rival--Ankeny.
The field was beautifully decorated with
gay pennants and footballs by the Sopho-
mores. At halftime the Queen and her at-
tendants were presented, all riding in con-
vertibles. After the exciting game a dance
was held in the gorgous gym decorated by
the capable hands of the Juniors, while
awaiting the crowning of the Queen. Then
the big moment came-the grand mach
consisting of all the football players,
their favorite girls and the thrilled and
smiling king and queen. As the crown was
placed on her head she was kissed by the
king. After a short speech made by her,
dancing again took place.
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FIRST ROW: Reed and Peterson, Left to Right: Snyder, Newell, Soper, Wolver, DenOtter, Simmons, Murrow
Diehl, Brady, Yount, Cotron.
SECOND ROW: Bettis, West, Ziclzafoose, Coffie, McCleland, P. Crabtree, R. Crabtree, L. Crabtree, Yolring-
ton, Strayer, Rhoades.
THIRD ROW: Wilson, Story, Griffin, Cashatt, Rummellrart, Sliaeffer, Lewis, Tuinstra, Calbreath, Stork, Po te
FOURTH ROW: Eshelman, Armantrout, Fisher, Wilson, Armantrout, Dietriclz, Longneclrer.
Record - 6 - 2 - 1 Total yards - 2703
Carries Yards Ave. T.D.'s P.A.T.'s Total
P. Crabtree 153 1409 9.3 9 54
L. Crabtree 59 300 5.1 5 1 31
R. Crdatree 69 322 4:8 3 18
J. McLeIand 34 270 7.9 3 18
R. Wolver 7 65 9.3 2 12
L. Simmons 12 12
R. DenOtter 1 6
G. Soper 2 2
D. Brady 1 1
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Tackles W. L. T. Pct.
Wolver 94 Soper 37 Altoona 4 0 1 900
P. Crabtree 65 R. Crabtree 35 Anlceny 4 1 0 .800
Murrow 63 L. Crabtree 35 Johnston 2 1 2 .600
Simmons 53 McLel and 24 Nevada 1 2 1 .375
DenOtter 49 Brady 18 Story City 0 3 1 .125
Diehl 46 West 10 Madrid 0 4 1 .100
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Coach Peterson opened his second sea-
son at Altoona by switching the single wing
and straight T formations to the A and split
T formations which proved to be successful
throughout the season. ln ending with a 6-
2-l record it can be seen that there was
much improvement over last yea-s team which
lost all nine ganes.
A new trophy was added with Altoona win-
ning the conference for the first year. Out-
standing was the fact that Altoona placed 8
men on the three conference teams. Louie
Simmons, George Murrow, Ray Wolver, Gerald
Soper, and Phil Crabtree placed on the first
team with Roy Crcbtree on the second and
Ted Diehl and Dan Brady on honorable men-
tion. Much of the credit for a successful sea-
son goes to our tough line.
Altoona 26 - Maxwell 0
Showing considerable improvement over
last yea' the Ramblers came home with their
first victory by piling up 393 ycrds against
their opponents. Lee Crabtree scored three
times on runs of 35, l9, and 5 yds. and Phil
Crabtree scored the other on a 4l ycrd run.
Roy Crabtree to Dm Brady and Gerald Soper
for two conversions.
Altoona 26 - Madrid 0
, With a repeat performance of the Madrid
game Altoona won their second straight. Lee
Crabtree scored first on a 39 yirder while Jan
McLelmd scored twice from the 2 and 8. Rich-
ard Den Otter went 26 yards with a fumble
for the other score. Passes from Roy Crab-
tree to Gerald Soper and Lee Crabtree added
Altoona 6 - Johnston 6
Playing a good game with tough breaks
the Ramblers fought to a tie with Johnston.
Ray Wolver grcbbed a fumble and ran 15 for
the home teams only T.D. With a goalline
stand the Ramblers held Johnston from scor-
ing on 4 plays only to fumble the next play
and have Johnston recover it over the goal-
Altoona I3 - Ankeny 12
Altoona proved that Ankeny can be beaten
by coming from behind twice while holding
their oppenents to a- ll yds. in the second
half. Phil Crabtree scored first on a 70 yd.
punt return and later on a 55 ycrd run from
scrimmage behind beautiful blocking while
Louie Simmons kicked the deciding point.
Altoona 2 - Dowling 6
Being outmanned the Ramblers held their
own against a favored Dowling eleven ltwelve?j
Opportunity knocked once for the Rambler
eleven but they fumbled on the 4 line. They
got their lone two points by tackling Dow-
ling's kicker in the end zone.
Altoona 28 - Monroe 6
With Monroe scoring first the Ramblers
subdued their weak opponent 28-6. Scoring
first from 55 yards out was Phil Crabtree
followed by brother Roy from the 4 and l yard
lines. Ray Wolver went over for the final T.D.
while Louie Simmons added the extra points.
The score doesn't reveal Altoona's ragged
Altoona 34 - Story City I3
The local eleven floored Story City when
they scored 3 times in the first seven minutes
a-nd gained 519 yards to silence their foe
34- l3. Jan McLeland rcn 54 and Lee Crda-
tree 21 to score while Phil Crdatree went
63, 23, Gnd 40 yards to score climaxed by
Louie Simmons converting 4 out of 5 times.
Altoona 2l - Nevada 6
By defeating a powerful team, Nevada,
Altoona became conference champs. Scoring
twice was Phil Crdatree on 9 and 8 ycrd runs
while brother Roy tallied once from the 4:
Louie Simmons' educated toe added the 3
conversions while Nevada crossed the goal-
line only once.
Altoona 0 - State Center I3
Misrepresenting themselves with a poor
showing in the final game of the season the
Ramblers cane home with their second de-
feat in 9 stats. With State Center dominating
from the stcrt. It was the first time all yea'
that the Ramblers were out-gained by their
FRONT ROW: C. Wilson, B. Paulson, P. Pollitt, M. Staurt, K. Perry, N. Smith, G. Den0tter, C. Wamer, J
Cox, G. Milton, P. Newell, G. Blake, S. Warner.
SECOND ROW: Coach Reed, Miss Rehmel, P. Irish, C. Vos, L. Helm, C. Hick, M. Wheeler, M. Murphy, L
Meacham, N. Quinn, L. Wolver, B. Harrison, L. Michael, Coach Peterson.
NOT PICTURED: B. Yount.
Alt. Opp. Alt.
37 Ccrl i sle 85 50 Norwalk 63
42 Bondurant 9l 32 Polk City 42
30 Colfax 67 58 Urbandale 51
36 Mitchellville 62 35 Norwalk 43
32 John ston 40 44 F crrar 67
33 Madrid 38 29 Colfax 73
39 Woodside 53 46 Story City 30
37 Mitchellville 65 45 Bondurant 97
41 Ankeny 46
Virginia Melton gained a place on the all conference second team.
Honorary co-captain elected by the votes of basketball squad were Gloria
Den Otter md Charlotte Warner. The most valuable player was Beverly Yount.
Girls Total Points - 666 Record 2 - 15
Yount 15 68
Melton 16 74
Blake 17 36
Wilson 17 30
Stuart 14 17
Warner C 15 13
Wolver 7 5
Cox 7 2
Werner S 4 1
Pol Iitt 14
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Total Points Altoona 666 Opponents 1013
Av. per game Altoona 39.2 Opponents 59.6
Term F. T- Percentage - 342 Won 2 Lost 15
Boys Total Points - 1072 Record 13 - 6
McL el md 19 99
Crdatree R 19 70
Crabtree P 19 55
Soper 16 49
Yount 14 20
Murrow 9 4
DenOtter 14 7
Crabtree L 2
Av. per game
1 7 39
Altoona - 1072 Opponents - 968
Altoona - 56.4 Opponents - 51.0
FIRST ROW: Newell, Crabtree, Murrow, Longnecker, Wolver, Soper, Yount, Crabtree, Cof-
fee, McLeland, Den0tter
SECOND ROW: C. Reed, Armantrout, Hood, Helm, Snook, Rumlehart, Cashatt, Brady, Por-
ter, Wilson, Armantrout, Peterson.
TOTAL POINTS- 1072 RECORD - 13 - 6
55 Carl i sl e 35 65 Norwalk
39 Nevada 48 62 Urbandal e
57 Bondurant 52 60 Bondurant
57 Colfax 45 39 Sheldahl
57 Mitchellville 44 60 Norwalk
65 Johnston 56 73 Farra'
66 Madrid 59 57 Woodside
54 Woodside 51 51 Story City
46 Mitchellville 44 57 Bondurant
52 Ankeny 45
Coach Reed finished his second season with a successful l3-6 record while
tying for first place in the Polk County Surburban Conference.
Ray Wolver gained a berth on the lst All Conference team in both the Hawkeye
Central Six and the Surburbm conferences while Phil Crabtree was named on the
second team in each. Jan McLeland also was placed on the second team in the
The Squad elected Ray Wolver mast valuable player and Gerald Soper and Phil
Crabtree co- captains for the season.
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East 38th 8- University
Complete Auto Service
Des Moines, Iowa
BORRALL'S SUPER VALU
10096 Self Serve
Plenty of Parking
E. Heh 8. Hall
Russel E. Johnson
Phone 4-0250 Phone 2-9943
Clothing - Pottery - Shoes - Toys
Baby Gifts - Necessities
Des Moines, Iowa 9-8 Wk. OUYS 9-9 Sat-
2822 Hubbell Phone 620792
1sT. FEDERAL SAVINGS AND TENHAGEN
LOAN ASSOCIATION . . . 213 Court Av..
408 Cash Sixth Phone. 40311
Compliments to the Seniors Des Moines, Iowa
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