High-Resolution, Full Color Images Available Online
Search, Browse, Read, and Print Yearbook Pages
View College, High School, and Military Yearbooks
Browse our digital annual library spanning centuries
Support the Schools in our Program by Subscribing
Page 22 text:
ilq... ---Hn...-xgg S.-.u +-
unrunarz-,,.-uvvau.-xra-,--. , - - ... - 47 .- -...G
Soles ond Service
CMFTS AND NOVELTIES
ELECTRIC PUMP VVOEQIQ
A ,- 4 ,
' Ori ID-I Prinnjo
. '- .A
PAULLINA PRIMGHAR SAT-ITEORN
DR. W. C. BOLENDER
Frirnglfior - lowo
PINK 6' FAUI-ILENKAMP
Well Boring ond
PHONE 294 or 344 SANBORN
Page 21 text:
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
Page 23 text:
I, Walter Bjork
We, the members of the :rsdubtinv class of l948 of the Archer
Consolidated School, citv of Archer, Connty of O'Erien, and State
of Iowa, being now of sound minds and memories do meke, oublish and
decl8re this our lest will End testament, hereby revokinf all former
wills and condicils by us
To the Juniors we will the honor of bein? the graduhting class of
l949: our matnre conduct: Env worn out materials we may h-ve left, such
as: jew breakers, bubbls sum, inkbottles, er-sers, textbooks, old Amer-
ican Observers, and Senior oriveleges. To the underclbssmen we will
our modern tyoewriters, use of oencil sh-roeners, classrooms, and the
hooe that somedav they will be Seniors.
We do individually sive and b
and fancies as follows:
I, Russell TePaske,
nd benuevth mv
do sive s
enuesth some of our
snare drum to Mary Ann
or Marv Jog my ability to pst along with Shirley and Verb to Alling my
book reoorts and Biology notebook to Junior, and mv tyoewriter to the
I, Theora Sauoe, do zive and benuectn mv cheerleading skirt and
healthy lunvs to Jackie' mv naturbllv curly heir to Donald Andrisag the
, . ,
arivilege of bein! the onlv Sauoe in Hifb School to Donna, and the rest
of mv former bov friends to Marne.
I, Elaine Eilslhnd, do sive and becneath mv stron? vocal cords and
scrsechinf to Bobby Wilkins: mv crsmminr sessions for tests to Dnaneg
my horribly coined nicknhmes to Morse to be distributed as she sees fitg
and mv whole hearted sood wisbes for lQ4Q's basketball tesm ini cheer-
leaders to the High School.
I, Robert Urals, do sive and benueath mv heirhth to Beverly, mv f
waist to Marge: mv oitcrin: .bility to Ole: and mv ristorv tests to Arnie
I, Donna Eondermbn, do :ive and beoneith my curly black hair to
Bobby Wilkins, mv brother Glen to anvons who whnts him, mv big brown eves
to Mersey Hn? my carefree revs of stncv to Arnie.
I, Ronbld Hbrms, do sive and beoneath mv chin ins -bility to Oleg
mv debts to Daley mv bHsketbbll abilities to Glenn, and my friendshio
with eighth grade girls to Arthur.
I, Jeanne Rohwer, do sive end bennehth mv rinr to Dale, mv seat in
the bus to Charlene, all mv mail to Marge, and my Toni cnrl to Ole.
I, Ronald Vander Sluis, do sive and becneefh my tvoing ability to
Kenneth, mv friendshio with Primchar Qirls to Eugene, and mv Cheerlead-
ing -bility to Charlene.
I, Margaret Bosch, do hive and becnebth mv reindeer sweater to Bev-
erly, mv sooreno voice to Allan: end mv lonr cnrly e el-shes to Kenneth.
I, Fred Reekers, do Qive and becueath mv old
drivinn abilities to Stanley and Glen, black hair
Shirley: mv interest in the Sheldon Roller Rink t
book rsvorts to Mavis,
and brown ewes to
Q ve uni becne tn mv blond hiir to rni 3.
, do i Q b t e C H e mv
to Jackie, and mv bed habits to Ken eth: also, mv mechanical ab
Suggestions in the Archer High School - Eagle Yearbook (Archer, IA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.