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The newspaper today nine Archer Airingsn CAugust 21, 19603 has
a great deal of information about our seniors, I believe.
lines are especially eye-catichlngz NRocket a Success.N
The inventor has just returned from a trip to the moon in his
special rocket ship. This has taken lO long years of research and
experimenting along with the 1nventor's general knowledge--the in-
ventor of course is none other than Walter Bjork.
His plane is not only able to make journeys to the moon but can
also go around the moon. Apparently he got
his idea from the class
motto he had when he was a junior in high school: uThe higher we'
climb, the better the v1ew.'
A large advertisement of the opera HFaustN catches my eye as I turn
the page--featuring the famous soprano, Olga Casto, formerly Margaret
bosch. It's a shame the class couldn't see
her performance. For en-
cores she has often sung her high school favorite NTell Me, Do You Love
Me?U You see I borrowed Fred's season t1cket for the first box and en-
joyed myself heartily.
On the sick list we have several Archer people. Ronald is evid-
ently extremely busy lately. His new hospital being built for his is
almost comoleted. He has completed his years of training with outside
research on organic disorders of the stomach. Several of his Archer
patients are suffering from this ailment--the chief cause being not nOn
As a hobby we find he has charge of the nSad Saxn orchestra at the
Skyview :allroom featuring Terry Harkins.
I wonder if the paper has anything about Mary in it ------- Oh yes,
here it is. HMlss Sanem home on vacat1on.N
The water follies of 1960
have just closed after a very successful run. Miss Sanem the featured
star, will be home for a two week vacation before the l96l follies be-
gins its tour. Sne is the nationally known
swimming champ, famous for
her high diving and her incomparable Nflip flop.N This year Miss Banem
will present her origlngal specialty called
the uLover's Leap.N
Madame Pierre is c.using quite an excitement in Paris. We are of
course concerned because this famous ballet
dancer is our own Elaine
Bilsland You probably wonder why she is in Paris. Did you ever see
their men instructors?
Madame Pierre starting
something to do with a
something about WDgnce Ballerina, Dance.W
Hal Ha! Listen to
again from burma. Someone told Mr. Reekers
led such an exciting life that people in Ame
reading his life's history. The results of
mally seen in Fred's new book NHurem Scarem
Elaine did! It is hintel that the reason for
her famous career before the footlights had
silly little sons that was the rage about l9A8,
this: Fred Reekers has just arrived in America
on his last visit that he
rica would be intemsted in
this statement can be for-
H The book holds intense
interest for people interested in adventure stories for his life has
been anything but dull.
This is noti ue of the entire book, though, for they say that for
the first few pages are very monotonous as they merely list the names of
his wives and children. Skeptics wonler about the peculiar choice of
names his children have recieved. They are listed as Margaret the first,
Margaret the second, Margaret the third, and so on, and Jean the first,
Jean the second, and Jean the third.
I remember even as far back as l9L8 the styles were lowering. Now
we are confronted with the same problems as our ancestors had to face.
Donna has certainly helped Archer Keep in style. Listen to this ad: 'I
have new styles, new fashions, and new fabrics in stock now. Come in and
I will personally make you a dress to give you 'Grandmother's' look.W
Come to Donnu's Hoot Sxirt and hustle Business. Fashiorn Avenue, Archer,
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Class Prophesy, Cont.
and here's an interesting item headed, WGuest MINISTER at Archern.
Last Sunday, the Virst Reformed Cathedral at Arches was privileged by the
appearance of Reverend Robert Craig, from Peterson Charel in Texas. His
address was titled Wwhy smoking and Gambling Should be Abolished.W
Sudienly my eyes become wide with shock as I see written in the
right hand corner of the want ad section an item about our owr Miss
Rohwer. It reads: WAre you alone? Wanting the companionship of a-
nother? We'll do anythig for a price so brine your disillusionei hearts
to me. If in doubt about these methods write to may other customers
who will confirm this report.U The Miss Jean Rohwer Matrimonial Com-
pany, 26 and Court Streets, Archer, Iowa. And always remember WLove
is sunshine, Hate is shadow.H
I just about missed this item about Jack. If I remember right he
was drafted in 1950. It says here that he has re-enlisted again. After
three weeks back in camp as a Seargent, Jack Tanner is a Private again
and was put on special duty--K. P. Duty. He now holds the honorable
positions of Chief Potatoe Peeler and Garbage Clearer. Seems as though
Jack was assigned to be special guard to the General when he returned.
By some slight misfortune, the General received a bomb and went to
pieces and that explains Jack's predictament.
This large ad features Betty's Beauty Shop with manag r Theora Saupe
Now she cin fulfill h-r high school ambition--getting into people's hair
ani twirling pin curls for hours. I can bet Iheora is wishing everyone
had curly hair. Seems her business has been fallinr since she was un-
successful in dying Mary Sanem's hair blonde. Now we can imagine Mary
with a great deal less hair. I rather doubt if lheors's business will
dror.because she is quite famous for her marvelous dandruff remover
which has taxen years to perfect.
As we read farther we see Rose has carried out Mr. Maxson's Dro-
rhecy that one Senior whouli walk up the aisle to the strains of Lohen-
grin's wedding march within three months after graduation. The Orange
City tulip festival has been eiven with her husband as manager--a ter-
rific success! This year a feature of the show was different varieties
and shades od tilips displayed as the result of Rose's patience in cross-
Ah, Jummy Tiller, alway' my favorite colurn. Nell, well, Conald
Roleman, alias Ronald Vander Sluis, has again remarried. One could
hardly expect anything less from so'eone who is so used to playing all
those dramatic love scenes in the movies. His latest picture is HMess
in the Moonlightw in which he plays opposite Jane Russell.
I see Russell is mentioned too. I always wondered what he would
do after graduation. WRUSSELL TE PASKE, FAMED PROFESSOR OT HISTORY, T0
JOIN ARCHER UNIVFRSITYH Russell, a former student of Archer High, has
raised to the highest position a teacher in history could obtain--prof-
fessor. He has just signed a contract to be with the Archer University
for the next fall term. Perhaps most of the citizens remember 3 cer-
tain Mr. Kuhns. Now professor Te Paske has him employed as his private
typist and there's olenty of work for him as Russell has been the star
contributor to the Wamerican Observeru for the past two years.
When asxed what was the secret of his success, Proffessor Te Paske
states, WI owe my success to the precise way my entire existence has
been calculated. Every individual should endeavor to obtain some re-
laxation that will divert their mental trends from the toils of every-
day life. Toillustrate this debatable fact, I shall reveal my unfal-
tering, refreshing, exciting, secret--WI raise chickenslq
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