Archer High School - Eagle Yearbook (Archer, IA)

 - Class of 1950

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Appliances 2 New Home Sewing Machines PHONE 101-3 ARCHER, IOWA , l 0o'00'00'0f00 00 00 00 00'00'00 00 00 00'00 00 00 00 -0'0o'00'00 00'00'00'00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0 00 0 ' -0 0000 0.0 00.0 0 0000000000000000000000.0 00, 0 000 fo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0'0 0"0"0"0"0"0"0"0"0''0"."0"0"."0"0":'':":" '0"0"0"0"0":".'"".""':"'N'M9v+'0fu' 0000 0000.1 0'0 6 0? 0 .0 0'0 4. 1:0 0 0x0 .:. 0x0 0.0 0? 0,0 5. 0,0 0:0 0:0 0? 0 0 .2- 0.0 4. 0:0 020 0.0 0:0 4. 4. .5 .g. 4. .20 0 .0 0? 0.0 0:0 0:0 0'0 Q. 0 0 4. 0.0 010 0:0 020 0:0 0 'x 0.0 440 0'0 iii OX. OXO OXO Ox? USO 0.0 020 0.0 0 0 0 OXO 0x0 .5. 0:0 0:0 0:0 0:0 0'0 0:0 0:0 0 .ff 0:0 0:0 0,0 0'0 0x0 0x0 020 0:0 OXO .g. 0? O O 0,0 .g. 222 4x0 0x0 0g0 0x0 fzo 0x0 0.0 0:0 .30 0 0:0 0 0 OXO Ozi O20 .3. 9.0. ,. CLASS HISTORY One decade and three years ago 16 children started to Archer School. They were Gladys Akeson, Bruce Baxter, Mavis Bilsland, Beverly Bonderman, Glenn Bonderman, Betty Jean Clark, Dale Dewaay, Jessie Haddon, Shirley Harms, Stanley Muilenburg, Eubene Nieuwen- huis, Duane Peterson, Robert Stallman, Velma Steffins, Mollie Schwartz, and Charlene Westphal. The teacher that started us in our new adventure was Miss Moyers. That year we took part in two all grade activities, a circus and nThe Wedding of Jack and Jilln. We also, took part in an outside school activity-measles. That was the year that we built our train out of boxes. In the first grade our outside activity was whooping cough. Miss Abele was our teach- er. Our class was momentarily enlarged by Laworonce Chambers who was with us about two months. In moving into the 2nd and 5rd grade room we lost one member, Robert Stallman. Velma Stoffins moved to Primghar during the year but Arnold Leng entered to keep our number at 15. Miss Den Hartog was our very patient and helpful teacher in the 2nd and 5rd grades. It was in the 3rd grade that Jacquelyn DeRoos joined us from a country school. In the fourth grade, we were met by Miss Brown, who was our teacher for the year. There were 17 of us that started, for we gained Mary Ann Wilts. we must have been tiring for Miss Brown turned us over to Mrs. Williams for the fifth grade. During the Sth grade we gained Andy Zylstra, Edna Vellinga, and Darrell Roetman, all of whom camo from country schools and also, another student, Sadie Ovorman, who moved into town, we lost Arnold Long who moved to Primghar. During the year, thef4th Sth, 6th, and 7th grades presented the oporetta, "King Puddin' Head the III" which we all took part in. This was directed by Miss Bjork, the 6th and 7th grade teacher and Mrs. Williams. In the sixth grade we had our largest class of 21. Our latest additions being Robert W. and Delmar Funderman. Miss Bjork was our teacher and taught us much about wood working and sowing. In the spring some of the pupils started moving from Archer. Andy Zylstra moved to Washington, Edna Vellinga moved to Sheldon, and Darrell Roetman moved to Hospers. In the summer of the same year Betty Jean Clark moved to Sanborn and Mollie Schwartz moved to Primghar. Because of the 5 pupils that moved in the spring and summer there were only 16 in the 7th grade until Allan Bertelsen and Junior Vander Sluis joined us. Miss Mc- Nutt was our teacher and we all had a fine time. The boy's Jr. High Basketball team defeated Sheldon 14 to 9 as the outstanding event of the year, which made everyone proud. When the last day of school came we found everyone would be with us on the next floor of the school the coming fall. We came into the eighth grade with 2 new students added, Elfaye and Dwayne Guno. They were only with us about 2 weeks then we were back to our same 18. Coming into tho eighth grade really made us feel big for new we get to walk up to that upper story and sit in that large room referred to as the as- sembly. Also instead of having one teacher we had a number of them. Our teachers that year were Mr. Ehlert, Mrs. Fleming, Mrs. Adams, Mr. Garrison, and Supt. Butson. we took part in all the high school activities such as glee club, parties,and athletics. Many things happened to us while we were in the eighth grade. The thought of initiation made us think we were really growing up but after we Q Q Q Q 0 0.0 I Q Q Q .- no o ,Q . :g"I'fI'-I..g-.g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g. .... ' '. .' .' ' ' ' ' + Q nifvf? 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Y' .YL "NWN" 4 aaa no o o oo Qonoooao on.. on o o vo oo 4 .,,,,.'w5..' .,.'M.n.N.'. got there and found out the many things like scrubbing the sidewalks with a tooth brush, asking in stores for left-handed monkey wrenches and washing people's feet, we changed our minds. At the end of the year we took part in our first class plays of which we were very proud. Of course, then we learned our parts in about an hour and new it takes almost 6 weeks. That's what high school has done for us. we gave two one-act plays, nDates Incorperatedn and nwild Cat Willie Has Girl Troublen. They were directed by Mr. Garrison. There were 16 starting our green Freshman year. Delmer Funderman left us after about half a semester. Jessie Hadden also left us after about 2 weeks in our little red schoolhouse, to go to Primg- har. Two new comers this year were Audrey Johnson and Arnold Reekers who had gene to country schools. Our faculty for that year was Supt. Butson, Mr. Heoppner, Mr. Nelson, Miss Watson, and Mrs. Tanner. Be- lieve it or not we all passed in spite of our greeness. During that summer Audrey Johnson moved to Sheldon. The next year we had 5 new teachers, Mr. Matzdorff, Supt. Maxson, Mrs. McCrill, Mr..Kuhns and Mr. Watson who filled out the last semester for Mrs. Tanner. In the eleventh grade we received one new teacher, our Principal Mrs. Camp- bell. When we were Juniors we gave our class play nApple-Blossom Timen, gave the seniors a banquet, and sponsored the Christmas party. We were very proud that both the lst and 2nd basketball teams were made up entirely of Juniors. Now, in our Senior year we are about to end our 13 years in the Archer school. Jessie Hadden came back to us this year to make 12, of theoriginal 16 who started, to graduate together. We have taken part in music, dramatics, school newspaper, annual, athletics, and new and then class recitation. We have taken part in all the usual Senior activities such as getting our pictures taken in Sioux City, sponsor- ing the Christmas party and Senior Class Play. we gave 2 Class Plays this year a one-act uDear Lady, Be Brave' and the 3-act Play nHebgeb- lin Housen. Those graduating this spring will be, we hope, Gladys Akeson, Bruce Baxter, Mavis Bilsland, Beverly Bonderman, Glenn Bond- erman, Dale DeWaay, Jessie Hadden, Shirley Harms, Stanley Muilenburg, Eugene Nicuwenhuis, Duane Peterson, Robert Wilkens, Charlene Westphal, Jacquelyne DeRoes, Junior Vander Sluis, Allan Bertelsen, and Arnold Reekers. This ends our school history, but just begins our life history. By Beverly, Glenn, Duanq and Gladys Dear Teacher: Please excuse Chester for staying home as he is sick. The doctor said he must stay in and that is why he stayed out. James: 'What's the difference between labor and capital?' John: 'Suppose I loan You five dollars: that's capital.' James: WAnd what about labor?' John: 'Getting it baek.u I I a Kuiper Brothers RED OWL AGENCY MODERN SELF-SERVICE ARRANGEMENT COMPLETE LCCKER SERVICE Groceries '-1 Meots 1-2 Lockers Custom Butcherihg - We Deliver Phone 77 Scmbom, Io. CI-IUCICS GROCERY Fohcy Meots -2- Quality Groceries Fresh Fruits cmd VegetobIes .-.Q-... PHONE II8 SANBORN, IOWA CONNER MARKET QUALITY MEATS - FANCY GROCERIES FRESH FRUITS ond VEGETABLES FAIRMONT ICE CREAM FROZEN FOOD Phone I 62 F- T- Conner Clorc Scott 0,0 0 o N o u CLASS WILL We, the members of the graduating class of 1950, of the Archer Consolidated School, of the town of Archer, State of Iowa in O'Brien County, being new of sound minds and memories do make, publish, and declare this our last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills and codicils by us heretofore made. SECTION I To the Juniors we will the honor of being the of 19513 the ability to lead under-classmen in the mature conductg any worn out materials we may have asg jaw breakers, bubble gum, inkbottles, erasers, American Observers, and Senior privileges, To the graduating class right pathsp our left behind such textbooks, old under-classmen we will our modern typewriters, use of pencil sharpeners, classrooms, and the hope that someday they will be Seniors. SECTION II We do individually give and bequeath some of our noted qualities and fancies as follows: I, Gladys Janice Akeson, do give and bequeath my grades to Robert Albertsg my old bookkeeping sets to Marlys Watson: my height to Mary Jo Morfitt and my high soprano voice to Donald Andringa. I, Bruce Edward CBreezy7 Baxter, do give and bequeath to Arthur Blankers my curly hair: my ability to get into trouble and make un- necessary, dumb and annoying noises in the assembly to Mary Jo Mor- fittg my place as catcher on the baseball team tp Jens Qorensong my place at the ping-pong table every morning tp Qerry Portzz and to Terry Harkias all my other juvenile delinguent habits, I, Allan Christian Bertelsen, do give and bequeath my trombone to Vera Cleveringaz my excess weight to Vernon Nieuwenhuisg my sense of humor to Bob Alberts: my brown wavy hair to uRedn DeBoer5 and Lila to anyone who can put up with her. I, Mavis Florence Bilsland, do give and bequeath all my gum to Marlys Watson: my ability to get along with people to Mary Ann Wiltsg my small waist to Arthur Blankersg my clarinet to anyone who will tak it, or give it back to the Indiansg and my good grades in bookkeeping to Donna Saupe. I, Beverly Rhae Bonderman, do give and bequeath my height to Arthur Blankers: all my waste paper and messy desks to Donna Saupe: my foot-steps in school to Vera Clevcringa: my ability to listen in class to Robert Albertsz and my excess chewing gum to Maurene DeBoom. O Compiimenis From DR. J. A. NNAGNER Pnysicion ond Surgeon PRIMGI-IAR, IOWA Office Telephone I45 Residence VISRZ CompIimenTs of DRS, BRADY, GALE ond ROEIPXISOIXI Optometrists ...,.... PHoNE 7 sHELooN, loWA POI'-ZTRAITS -- COMMFRCIAI. PHOTOS -- COPYING ENLARGING -- PHOTOSTATS -- OIL COLORING CO L E S ST U D I O sneroorsi, iowfx Phone 265 BOX 647 .AnyI'ning --- Anywhere - Anyrime I, Glenn Howard Bonderman, do give and bequeath my excess book- keeping paper to Donald Andringa and Maurene Deboom to divide up as they see fitg the trash in my desk to Donna Saupeg my figt of gab to "Galsy" Idsog my ability to get into trouble to Gerald Porta: the wreck of a typewriter I use to Mary Jo Morfittz and the girls to whomever will have them. I, Jacquelyne Donna DoRoos, do give and bequeath my cheer-lead- ing ability to Arthur Blankersg my lcng, blond hair to Robert Albertsg my driving ability to Marlys Watsong my school spirit to Marlys Idsog my trumpet to anyone who wants itz and my best wishes for a successful Senior year in 1951 to the Juniors. I, Dale Watson Dewaay, do give and bequeath my false teeth to Robert Albertsg my ability to play a horn to Arthur Blankersg my ability to chew my finger nails to Vera Cleveringag and my ability to talk about my operation to Donald Andringa. I, Jessie Grace Hadden, do give and bequeath my liking for shating, bowling, dancing and a good movie to Marlys Watsong my liking to get into Jam Sessions and my ability to play basketball to Mary Jo Morfittg all the things I've left undone in school to Donna Saupeg my spit curls to Vera Cleveringag and my new soap er- aser to Mary Ann Wilts. 1, Shirley Mae Harms, do give and bequeath all the cooked to- matoes from dinner to Donna Saupeg my ability to drive a car to Arthur Blankersg my tall, thin figure to Iviourene DeBoomg and my chair in Glee Club to Mary Ann Wilts. I, Stanley Evan Muilenburg, do give and bequeath my height to Marlys Koepnickg my number l2's to Mary Ann Wilts: my basketball ability to Douglas Schneiderg my interests near Boyden and Sheldon to Bob Alberts: my voice to Maynard Deboerg and my old wave clamps to Vera Cleveringa. I, Eugene Arden Nieuwenhuis, do give and bequeath my farming ability to Arthur Blankersg my ability to behave in the Study Hall to Douglas Schneiderg and my curly hair to Lila Te Paske. I, Duane Leroy Peterson do give and bequeath my pitching arm to Larry Kraussg my speed to Maynard Deboer and anything else lying around to Donald Andringa. I, Arnold Eugene Reekersg do give and bequeath my black hair to Sadie Te Paskeg my popularity with Mary Ann to Larry Kraussg my ability to play the tuba to Bob Tiemensg and my speed to Donna Saupe v v, . . . .?n..Q.u,44..f' ' :,,:,,:,,:,,,:,, 0, of ez- no atc 0? Q 4 .3. QS .f. 0? of use o v oz. .:. o Q .f. fo .5. 122 vac oxo oz: az. 31 etc .xo exe eta .:. Q .SI .f. 0? no 0? fi .f. 251 fe ago n Q sfo 32 .xo .zo use so use .zu .zo use Q. 0 o .xo .xo axe :xo .xo Ill if .3. in .g. o 0 vga 222 0:0 Q.. I. ego 4 Q 3. ozo .f. o'o oz: are 4. of f .12 :E 2:1 OXO 5. 22 3. Ott .2. .f. o'o 1. If. . . Q .n.u,n oo. . GElGER'S O'BRlEN COUNTY SEED COMPANY Gorden, Field 6' Flower Seed l-lordwore - Generol Electric P:'oduc'rs Sporting Goods Feed PHONE 35 SHELDON, iowfx WE FEATURE FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION MADE TO ORDER SH ELDON GREEN HOUSE .....g..... When You Think of Flowers -Think of Ours Phone 178 3l l W 9th St. Sheldon, lo. BIG 4 CO-OP PROCESSING ASS'N. sHEi.ooN, iowA Soybeon Processors .....o.. ooooqooo 30.90 oo oo.oo.u.oo.o o.oo.oo.u.oo.u.oo,oo.oo oo I, John Gordon Vander Sluis, Jr., do give and bequeath my abil- ity to get along with Marlys K. to Maynard DeBoer5 my ability te get along with all women to Marvin Vanden hull: my candy and jam chewing to Squeak McQueen3 and my ability to get along with teachers to Keith Smithers. I, Charlene Joann Westphal, do give and bequeath my height to Donna Saupeg my long, thick hair to Vera Cleveringag my interests in Paullina and Cleghorn to Maurene DeBoom as well as my fun in typing class: my mistaken clarinet squeaks to Arthur Blankers and my abil- ity to get bookkeeping done on time to Marlys Watson. I, Robert Wayne Wilkins, do give and bequeath my love for pol- ishing my car and for ear accessories to anyone who's dumb enough to take itg my little feet to Jean Bondermang my quietness and all interests in Sheldon to Arthur Blankersg my voice te Donald Andringag and my easy going ways to Robert Alberts. We, the Senior girls of 1950, do give and bequeath the crickets on our desks on the north side ef the assembly to the girls of the Junior class. SECTION lll We, the Seniors of 1950 do give and bequeath the sehcrl annual to the underclassmen. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hand and seal this twenty-eigthth day of April A. D. 1950 Senior Class of 1950 Archer, Iowa A telephone eperatrr can never be classed as a knceker--shc's always plugging for somebody. Mayr Ann: nDo you knew what your one great defect is?' Arnold: HI simply can't think.n Mary Ann: nRight--But I didn't think that you would acknowledge it.n Mrs. Campbell: nCorrect this sentence. 'Our teacher am in sight'.n Benny: nOur teacher am a sight.n Jackie: nYou seem very fend of animals, Bruce, I see you petting cats and dogs every day.n Bruce: nYes, I never forget a friend, they often help me with the dishes.n ,., , . , Jffw , r-E 9- L if 3- : . , ,ff DENY, .i,-..-71 1 .LL -Wmrr !ACQUELKNE 1 SSIE 3 ,RL SJHIORS LID THELR ACT. 'TILL 40,441 rwyerterll, gnnul, sst. rlsinc :vf 1.+1 asst editor 4 Class -resi W 5 1 143-4, Corte: lay E-5, U 1-J-5-4, Nix. orus L45-4 ,f,e o .test 2, E ine sales 3 n. s' m rgor 3, .'. :. speaking 5, ffw4, AR 5 Ds up fo Tw QHtDtiVU 4, ' wi F, fapcr -ditur , Valioict ob 4 1-2-w-4, easrsti 3 5-4, san, -J A Ex Z-' -4, A ixe 1 oi HIS 2-3-HL, 1 C CY::s plmy 5-4, ,sic sale 1. Qu :il Presiioni . it ' 4, Annuel 1 t edii r 3, QF 'xwll 4, Band -3-4, :ys 4 A zorus 2-3-f Class gresi 41 P-4, All ':he. play 2, Coz i6lU' lupl. 4, Q club vice Un r. usis Solo Atest 3. 4 gle- fx b 1-2-3-4, xod chorus ,, Clfrf Qlgy 5-4, Sc music cont r 7 :lub 1-2-3-4, L nd 2-3-4, M lr reporter 4, Cross play 3- , ,L music nentezt 2-3-4. guys QLG9 club 2-5-4, Mixed chorus 2-3 5-4, Prsketbull 4, Class Play 3-4' ,L manager nt 8, t' C, J, -5-9, YM, gul- ib' ,QR rj p 5 1. F ,L Y: -4 'sys sr ,cl 1 te. 2-S, is 'l Q6 wb at S' Y 5, -, Q- w ,xx 4, Hand 5 . , 1 - O ' rus school -Q, baseball Boys glee club 2-BP4, Mixed chorus 2-3-4, Band 2-3-4, Besvball 2-5-4, susketball Z-3-4, Clean vice presilent 4, Class play 3, Class president 1, Solo musio con+e5t 2-5-2, Brass sextette 3-4, Brass quartet 4, Hedrigul gruup 5-4. Bosd 2-3-4, Girls glee club 1-2-3-4, Mixed chorus 2f'Mg. Al, swhncl pls, 2-3, Contest play 2-3, Class 1, , .-3- , operates 4, cheer leader 2-3-4, Class se- carrwtreeaurer 1-2-3, Annual reporter 5, Mag- ezv.f sefws business manager 4, Magazine sales capio 4, idic Speaking 5, S010 music contest 2, Brass sfwiftte 3-4, Brass quartet 4, Madrigel group 5-4. Girls glee club 4, Band 4, Mixed chorus 4, Operet- tp 4, Student council 4, Annual stuff reporter 4, Class play 4, Music solo contest 4, Mndrigul group 4, Sulutetorian 4. Z!-W i Q , , 1 1 1 , 4 , .v..,-,W .,,,., SHMEYILHB STANLEY K ILENRURG EUGENE NEUIENHLIS DUANE ELTERSON MRNOLD REEKERS JUNIOR VMNDER SLUIS CHARLENE WESTEHAL ROBERT WILKENS Girls glee club l-2-Z-4, .ixed chorus 2-3-4, sand 2-3-4, Class president 4, Class viee-presi- dent 3, Closs plxy 5-4, Radio specking contest 3, Operettc 4, lusic solo contest 2, Brass quartet 3-4, Briss sexctte 4. Baseball 2-3-4, bnskntbdll 2-3-4, Operette 4, Boys glee club 2-5-4, Kixed chorus 2-3-4, Class play 3-4, .ll schtol rldy 3, Music solo contest 2-Z-4, Vidrigdl group 3-4. Eosebnll 5-4, basketbell 4, boys glee club 2-3-4, Bond 2-5-4, Lixed chorus 2-3-4, Cliss play 4, Operetta 4, Music solo contest 2. Buseball l-2-5-4, mzsketball l-2-S-4, Cliss Play 3-4. Boys glee club 2-3-4, Mixed chorus 2-3-4, Bond 2-3-4, Baseball 2-3-4, Bdsketbxll 3-4, Class play 4, Operetta 4, Briss sextette 3-4, Music solo contest 3, Ledribel greup 5-4. Boys glee club 2-3-4, Mixed cherus 2-3-4, Bend 2-S-4, Baseball 3-4, Basketball 2-3-4, Class ploy 4, Operettu 4, husic solo contest 2-3-4, Brass quartet 4, Mudrigol group 5-4. Girls glee club l-2-3-4, Mixed chorus 2-3-4, band 2-3-4, Class secretary tre,surer 4, Annual staff reporter 5, Class plny 3-4, Contest play 3, gll school pldy 3. Boys glee club 2-3-4, Iixed chorus 2-3-4, B asketbtll 4, Class play 4, Class vice-presi- ClCI'll3 la A Q: 1 f' 13 pai ' 1 5. n I 4 p. 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Larry Dolphin, Darrell Harkine, Donald Blankera, Charles Rolfee, Henry Wagnaar, Jerry Joe Saunders, Warner Bonderman, Wendell Fyketra, Stankey Wilkins, Judy Ehlers, Norene Nleuwenhuis. lst Row: 2nd Row: 3rd ROV: x, AHF SIXTH AND SEVENTH GRADE Joanne Niebuhr, Ruth Ann Cleveringa, Janice Williams, Lole Bonder- man, Audrey Koepnick, Rita Dolphin, Carole Pederson, lary Ballon, Claire Pederson, Leo Kuiper, Paul Saupe, Roger Lemkuil. Mine Bunaanmae, Teacher, Marjorie Koepnlck, Kathleen Kemkull, La Verna Nieuwenhuie, Mary Funderman, Judy Anderson, Thelma Peelen, Beverly Balkema, Evalena Fyketra, Glenda Rae Blok, Glenda Reekere, Marvie Krause, Alice Beltman, Patricia Ballou, Ruth Brurvom. Lowell Baxter, Bill Harkine, Keith Verberg, George Blankers, Norman Van Donelear, Harold Mullenburg, Jack Dolphin, Jacob Dykstra, Marlin Ideo, Larry Koepnick, Jim Harkin, Gary De Boom. 4 'ii' ,Ly v 'K yi -. . 1 C s U - 1 .4 o .1 .. Q n . . o . . . .- on . , ',-". ' ' '. 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ATHLETICS soo BASEBALL Cur athletic competition for the year began last fall when the baseball team opened the fall season with a victory over Calumet 15-2. Another game at home resulted in an ll-2 win far Archer over Moneta. Away from home however, we didn't fare so well, as we were beaten 5-1 by Melvin in the Sectional tournament at Calumet, and lost to Moneta 3-2 there. Back on Archer ground once more, Larrabee was conquered 24-2, with Archer hitters connecting for four home runs. The final game of the season was played at Calumet. We won this one away from home, 4-l. Throughout the fall season the team played good ball in most of their games, and the two loses were to championship ball clubs Melvin winning the Sectional at Calumet, and Moneta having a strong baseball team year after year. we finished with a 4 won and 2 lost re cord for a 6672 average. The spring season started off on the wrong foot as the Eagles lost a close game to Sanborn, 3-2, at home. Then, at Calumet, we won another thrilling game, 6-4. This game was halted at intervals to allow the ground of the ball diamond to blow away. On another windy day we lost to Paullina there, 3-2. Then back to Archer to beat Gaza, 8-O, and Larrabee, 3-2. we played the Sectional tournament under the lights at Paullina where the lights, the umpire and errors helped to give Paullina a 3-O discision. Our last game, at this writing, was a 2-O loss to Calumet here, giving us 4 wins and 5 defeats. Two games remain to be played, with Sanborn here pipnic day, and with Larrabee three. we hope that the team will come through to give us a few more victories this spring. Those who earned letters for baseball this past year were: Seniors, Bruce Baxter, Allan Bertclsen, Glenn Bondorman, Dale Dowaey, Stanley Muilenburg, Eugene Niouwenhuis, Duane Peterson, Arnold Rockers and Junior Vander Sluis. Juniorsg Donald Andringa and Freshmen: Marvin Vanden Hull BASKETBALL Tho Archer Eagles completed thc best season in 4 years with a 12-10 record, taking forth-place in the County tournament, gaining as a trophy, a new basketball. In that tournament Gaza was our victim, being slaughtered, 62-20. Hartley knocked us out, 48-42, in a very close game. Sanborn beat us 68-47 in the Consolation game. In the Sectional tournament at Primghar, we lost to Sutherland in a heartbreaker, 42-38, to end our season. Probably the best game we played was at Sutherland, beating them in a thriller, 57-52, but we couldn't beat them twice. Other good games during tho season were the two games with Calumet which we won, 45-22 and 52-403 the games with Larraboe, 39-30 and 56-253 and the one we lost to Moneta, 31-29. The second team also had a good record in games won and lost, and as 10 Senlorolwill be missing next year, the team will be composed of the underclassnen who played on this team. Here is wishing them together with Coach Matzdorff, who has so faithfully guided us was-V - - Y l 'H x ' "+'HUi5sWlsU9"' ' "" 'iii' - ...,,ui,1,f ---A -wggpsuu ""MH' --.qu i'i4-iw X- .. ,,,,,-,'.',.--.1 for three years, the best of luck in their rebuilding next season. This year's first team and top scorers was Stanley Muilenburg with 318 points, Bruce Baxter with 159, Duane Peterson with 135, Dale Dewaay with 153 and Arney Reekers with 58, Eugene Nieuwenhuis and Junior Vander Sluis alternated with these five as starters. Glenn Bonderman, Bobby Wilkins and Allan Bertelsen also won letters. Here is the first teams' field goals, free throws, total points and personal fouls. fg. ft. tp. pf. fg. fb. ' Bruce 43 159 Junior 14 15 Duane 31 135 Gene 8 5 Stanley 128 63 518 Robert 4 O Dale 53 153 Allan 0 O Arney 10 58 Glenn 2 1 Den 1 1 Rob't A 1 O Douglas 1 7 Benny 1 O Richard O O Marvin O O Score Su mary Archer Sanborn Archer Primghar Archer Paullina Archer Ioneta Archer Ocheyodan Archer Calumet Archer Nowkirk Archer Gaza Archer Larrabee Archer Sheldon 'BW Archer Moneta Archer Oeheyodan Archer Larrabee Archer Beyden 'Archer Gaza wnrchor Hartley U Archer Sanborn Archer Sutherland Archer Gaza Archer Calumet Archer Newkirk W+Archer 58 Sutherland 4 County Tournament r4Secticnal Tournament . -. .... . ,..,.,..,..,..,..,..gs.g.Q.. ..g..'.. , V. Q J LUMBER -:- FENCE J. F. ANDERSON LUMBER COMPANY C. W. SCOLES, Manager - PHONE 70 - Sanborn, Iowa PAINT -3- COAL FORD SALES and SERVICE SAN BORN MOTOR COMPANY Tractor, Truck and Car Repairing ...ig-... Painting - Greasing - Tires - Batteries Sun-Visors -- Seat Covers GUARANTEED USED CARS - WRECKER SERVICE K. Ciorsetf PHONE 85 R. Gorsett GEO. C. 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Shirley Harms, Gladys Akeeon, Mary Jo Morfitt, Mary Ann ?Wilte, Marlene Idao, Jacquelyn DeRooa, Marjorie Alberta, Don Andringa, Robert Blankers, Glenda Morfitt, Margene De Kok, Karen Ver Hoef, Douglas Schneider, Marie Bottin, Audrey Koennick, Donna Saupe, Narlye Watan, Arlin Harms, Vera Cleveringa, Marlene De Boom, Marvin Vanden Hull, Cl lene Weatpnal, Mavis Bllaland, Marlye Idao, Beverly Bonderman, Bob Tiemena, Jearie Hadden, Mr. Kahne, Arnold Reekere. Norman Pnilby, Claire De Naay, Vernon x1eewenxu1s, Benny aonwer, Richard Evenaon, Gene Nleuwenhlia, Bruce Baxter, Junior Vander Sluia, Arthur Blankere, Allan Berteleen, Dale De Waay, Jim Harkin, Terry Harkin. Kr: .SNP'Z"Z"I'-Z'-1.-:..j..j..j..:..:..:..:.g..:..g..j..j. Aj. 1,.:..j..g 3. .j,,j..j.,j.q. :.,j,.j..j..jA.g.-2.9.1..jx-5. :Nj-.5 3.5.1. f. 7. 7 j, I .fvj Q . : 5 .- 3 j ,Q r. .-. : fr . --- ' . . . . . . 'I' 1 'Sr .g. .j. .g. .g. .g. 4. . ... .,. . . . . . 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A H' 'aku Lrlllllll S l f P KST ROW2 Mary Arm Wilfe, Marlys Keefmlck, Glenda Mo:-fam, Beverly Bonner-man, Gladys Akeson, Jacquelyn DeRoos, Marqene De Kok, Marlyie Phllby, Karen VerHoef, Jeanette Rolfee, Badie TePaeke, Evelyn Rozeboom, Donna Saupe. 2nd ROW: Arthur Blankers, Accompanist, Marlene Ideo, Edith Dykstra, Marie Dottin, Mavis Bilsland, Jessie Madden, Maurene DeBoom, Charlene Nestohal, Mary Jo Morfltt, Marlene DeEoom, Marlys Ideo, Lila TePaake, Mr. Kuhns, Director. 3rd ROW: Marjorie Alberts, Marlye Watson, Shirley Harms, Gloria Stofferan, Arlln Harms, Arlene Nleuwenhuis, Jean Bonderman, Mary Ann Jarvill, Darlene Harms, Vera Cleverlnga, Levonne Brown. ,..-.......- . .,,P , ,, N A I I , r-. 'M ea re T s Q .,. T"-f-, - 5 . A IL X J . " A' , ,,rA ,rf fx Jl4"LI'z Uufxfft L' . an ' I ' I I . 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Harold Eottln, Robert Junior Vander Sluie, Douglas Schneider, Allan Blankers, Marvin Ven Den Hull, Arnold Reekers, Wayne McQueen, Roland Andersen, Gerald Portz, Wllkens, Marjory Alberts, Marlya Watson, Shirley Htrme, Gloria Stofferan Arlyn Harms, Arlene Nieuwenhule, Jean Eonderman, Mary Ann Jarvlll, Darlene Harms, Vera Cleveringa, Lavonne Brown, Glenn Eonderman, Don Andringa, Dale Dewaay, Keith Smlthere, Robert Blankers. DE JONG G FEDDERS HATCHERY VVOYIWS Feed Hy-Line Chicks TREPLE TESTED FOR QUALITY A FIRST ci-izciis BRED LiKE FiYSR!D CORN Phone STO Sheldon, lowci Cream - Eggs - Pou irry --e Feeds cmd Seeds Eggs Bought on Grode Free Route Service .....Q...... NAGLE'S PRODUCE Er FARM SUPPLY PHONE 34 PRIMGHAR, ioWA ANDERSON H!-X-.TCHERY Chicks of Distinction Purina Chows PHONE 19 PRIMGHAR IOWA oz 1 If . 5 I . Q 4 f . . . Q - . 0.04.44 .Q nfs.. 0.1 u. '. 'sk '4- 4 " ' J Z . fr L .1. L s A .1 nlll. 9 f-,R 1' n J' ' ' x L a I A I A' X OPERETTA CAST FFCL' dvr: Iwna- 5n.'e, Asrlvq Koeonick, Shirley Hzrwu, Ngrleng DQFHv1, Marlys Uqtvon, and Fevarly Fvndvvman. -in 19 now: fvnny hnhwpr, Bruce Duxtvr, Junior Vanderiluis, Arthur Fl n- kers, Stanley Mullpnburr, Euxenp Hieavonnuiq, Dale Zadaay, and :un Vulwnq 'xlrar-00,1 ,. L H N, -- , xx.. ' nk HUA: nrnfld RQPKQFS, Jnfiuelvn SPHODC, Jes'19 Hfijen, Marv Ji Mirfitt Herlpne IiQ5, Glaiys Akefon, ani Fwnpli Aniringg. kbcpnt on oicturb is Elovia 3fwffPran. r 'V' " l I 'A . , 1 4 , V Q X A A , I ,iw , ,WA .rn 1 . i M . x - v n ' , z Mfrs on nl- 5 .B ,,, 5:4 Q ze I I ,,,, li, JUXICR PLAY T1 T - - x H' - 'K , , .,..: -1 lwrv .0 Ynvf1f', nrtnur --annerQ, -PQQ -.u , . -J FlNFh, Arnwli HpQkPrw, Fnrivf Jufqwn, YQ H x1Pv1' Ani N'LTs. I 4 SHOP I N SHELDON -..,,.,,AT..l THE GREY SHOP COXXTS A- ZUETS e- DRESSES -- ACCIASSCRQES "Coy Gibson" Crewes "WF-erm I-it" lhoisieres and Girdles "StrL:fwegr" Hoziery "Betty Rose" Cecrs mm! SL:-fs NEW' STOCK -4 UNDER NEW' MANATZEMENT VX.-T'is51es From THE GREATER - -- - W O L F F S T O R E SHELDON -E --N-at S H E LDQN ,ixRf'vT1'-TNiAVY STOR E Worlc Shoes - - Jackets Vwfcfches - - Luggage SHELEON, TCWA PL-QQNE 243 o , o o GRADE SCHOOL NEWS The grades have also been busy during the year, still many times school has been interruped to relieve the boredom. Birthdays are and have been a popular oeeurance in the grades. When a boy or girl has a birthday, he or she treats that room to candy and usually the teacher takes time out to have a party with the pupils. Each room also had a party put on by the room mothers. Every room elected a citizen of-the-month each month. These children, who received this honor, are to be congratulated for their achievements. Pictures of these children are found on other pages of this annual. 4 The fourth and fifth grade room and the sixth and seventh grade room had a milk drinking contest to see hewrnany of the pupils drank milk for lunch. The sixth and seventh grade room won with 992 of their pupils drinking milk every day. G The grades put on two very fine opereftas during the year, under the directions of their teachers, Mrs. Wolf, eighth grade, Miss Bussanp mas, sixth and seventh grade, Miss Reelfsen, fourth and fifth grade, Miss Thompson, second and third grade, Mrs. Tiemens, primary and first grade, and Mr. Kuhns, music director. A Christmas operetta, nSanta In Stotylandn, was given on December 22. The east of characters includes: SANTA CLAUE? Larry Koepnlck MRS. SANTA CLAUS Boviily Balkema THE REINU ER CRE! Wendell F., Larry D., Douglas M., Warner B., Stanley W., Larry Lee B. THE TOY MAKERS Clair P., Tommy W., Dennis A., Donald If THE Bo, Carfllfl Peg DOHFB Ro, Do' Arlene B. p HELEN BARCLAY Freya Ritter MRS. BARCLAY Glenda Reekers Children Roger L., Jerry Jo S., Jerry J., Joan N. Henry HQ, Carol Lea M., Judy E., mm'-In , ' PETER PAN - David De lek CINDERELL5.AND THE PRINCE Nancy Alberts and Dickie Bogaard CAPTAIN KIDD AND SIX PIRATES Clair D., Larry M., Kblth S., Wayne NL Robert B., Norman P., Harold B. ALICE IN WONDERLAND Sharon Koepnick . ' HIAWATHA and EIGHT INDIAN Harold M., Jacob D., Norman V., Jack D. Hog Gary Deg Hop Lllrliflvltp George B. ' Children Paulct L., Barbara K., Kenneth W., David B., Beatrice B., Donald K., Joan V., Sharon M. l:wrvr-f-v--- , -t ..- Q .5 .1n,f.7w.,A4wTw, My in 'fiwr ' SEMI! CEZRZTTA X 5 3 "n f I " . '. t, 11 A '.. . QVLG 'YW-. 2-.'f'A .1 -? LA" , v U . Y - - , ,. .1-, nl L, ,1 .. -, - ... , f ' QHWJ TK nu D,Qr1J :Lf Tn fniianf 'Off fm Yiwhtz Yanlln Tifo. 1'0rfv :lCRKQ?C, fqr gn Yun Dfneloar, Jacob 2yKQfva, Santl? Egilfi J bk Dwlanin, Jim Harkin, E111 Farkln, Gary JP ri' Priatgs . ' , . ' - "U, TZ, 'C 3 L A . Lpft tu xjfhf. -arry A-nka, ASLJHN JHMDTCDH, ' , -' X- - , V svx. " :vu -.Q flair QQ .QMEY qgyne A0iJD?n, .H..A :UA UQ: , R1?Pr' Eianknrc, Hwrvan Phlbv. M 55' fx-A FOOD STQRE ' ,rl . lla- C , The H'l4'1'z:,E Us Qpifjigmy 1COd PHONFTO " .Lx-A 5 EJFZSILAUN. :OVVC H. w, Ni 'NTU 1"""-A-WET F1Vv!f,N4',,-ml Q, 'Jf'1..'N. i V,,,m.f,z SH fi, DSN, iO'WfX C f, v 'T' ry., T , .C , ,ex Lou ow, Q-EMS, 10. Less ' i'x W-lf' I"-"3 fN'T'f'N'3f" Hbvl 1 Q L,f1J-f..g1 A 1 Mix: 9RESCRlP7'If,NfS JENNELRY MAQ Xfl!TXJfS TELMS "Pan-ql3OrrwQ3" 'Zami "V-,'i'1?i'rrA:21':S" CGIWQCZ FUHCNE T4 DR?Mfff VAT, "7-,fN",fX b v f 4 Another eperetta, commemorating Lincoln's birthday, was given on Feb. lO, 1950. This was also directed by the grade teachers and Mr. Kuhns. The cast is as follows: Announcer Glenda Blok Lincoln as a boy Bill Harkin Lincoln grown up Harold Muilenburg Big Sarah Evalena Fykstra Nancy Lincoln Laverne Nieuwcnhuis Sally Carole Pederson Tom Gary De Boom Betsy Carol Lea Morfitt Porky Paul Saupe Dennis Lowell Baxter Josah George Blankers Mrs. Hawkins Mary Funderman Mr. Barry Claire Pederson John Marlin Idse :naman DRLMATICS The High School Operetta 'The Belle of Bagdad' was given two nights - December 15 and 16. It was a two-act operetta with mystery, comedy, and romance. The Story Fair Day in Bagdad is marind by the arrival of various visitors, among them.being Mrs J. race McCann, the new American consul, with her daughter, Elsa, and .er daughter's friend, Anne. Lord Archie FitzGibbons, an old friend, is also present, and alittle later comes Henrietta Whipstick. On being presented to the Caliph and his daugh- ter, Jewel, they learn that an assassin is abroad who carries a bomb concealed in a camera, and for this reason all persons with cameras are to be shot immediately. Dick Taylor arrives by airplane from Hollywood, accompanied by his two mechanics, Bob and Bill. They are anxious te find a lovely girl known only as the Belle of Bagdad, in order to engage her as a moving picture star. They hope to identify her by an amulet she wears, but in crder to make sure they bring a large camera with them to make pictures of all prospects. Dick meets Jewel, who welcomes him cordially, but the two mech- anics meet Ale Ben Mustapha, the chief of police, who sees their cam- era and orders them to be executed forth with. In order to escape, Bill an Bob resort to disguise, first as Dervidhes, and afterwards, as members of the Caliph's body-guard. While in this latter disguise they manage to capture the real assassin, and in return for their valor the Capiph orders Jewel to present Dick with the sacred amulet. This serves to identify her as the Belle. Bill and Bob are freed in time to couple with Elsa and Anne, while Henrietta finds solace in p 1 , I 'l',fi1z5 Kg 13l'flT5i"""H' ,V- ay: ., the companionship of Ali Ben Mustapha. The east was as follows: ' Mrs. J. Horace McCann, new American consul in Bagdad ------ -- Jessie Haddon Elsa McCann, her daughter -------------------- Mary Jo Merritt Anne Blackwell, a friend of Elsa's ----------- Marlys Koepnick Archie Bitzgibbons, from dear old London-Junior Vander Sluis Zelinda, a dancer ----------------------------- Marlene DeBoom Rose, a duaghter of the Caliph ----------------- Gladys Akesen Lily, another daughter ------------------------- Shirley Harms Ali Ben Mustapha, the prefect of police---Eugene Nieuwenhuis Hassan El Carib, the caliph of Bagdad ---------- Arnie Reekers Jewel, his favorite daughter --------------- Jacquelyne DeRoos Mhrlys Watson Bob Ballantine, an airplane mechanic ------------- Dale Dewaay Bill Blake, his friend and companion ------------ Benny Rohwer Henrietta Whipstitch, a romantic spinster---Gloria Stofferan Dick Taylor, from the Super-Supreme Film Co. ---- Bruce Baxter Stanley Muilenburg Chorus of Natives, Guards, Tourists, Dancers, etc. Marlys Idso Marjory Alberts Mavis Bilsland Beverly Bonderman Mary Ann Wilts Marylis Philby Jean Benderman Karen Verhoef Robert Wilkins lmynard DeBocr Bob Tiemens Allan Bertelaen Glenn Benderman Donald Andringa Donna Saupe 1. Overture- ----- Chorus Piano Musical Numbers Act One an---u--up----Q----4---n - Lila TePaske Margcne DeKok Edith Dykstra Arlin Harms Arlene Nicuwenhuis Sadie TePaske Evelyn Rozeboem Glenda Merfitt Vernon Nieuwenhuis Terry Harkins Lmrvin Vander Hull Douglas Schneider Richard Evansen Arthur Blankets ------Instrumental ----------Ensemble 2. From Lands Afar, Opening Chorus-- 3. I'l1 Never Forget, Solo ---------- 4. Hail to the Mighty Potentate, Solo a'lherus-Ali Q Chorus 5. Bos Down, Solo and chorus ----------- ---Hessen 8: Ensemble 6. Dreams Will Come True Some Day, S010 ------------ ---Jewel 7. A Couple of Aviators, Duet --------------- ---Bill and B05 8. Sailing Home, Solo ----------------- ----------- --'-" D i Ck 9. The World Is a Very Small Place, Quartet Elsa, Anne, ------------Archie M agvzun 1-'A " una viii rf-I U4 ,F as ,Nl Bill, and Bob 10. It Broke Me Up When He Threw Me Down, Solo-----Henrietta 11. Yoo-Hoo, Duet Bill and Elsa 12. Justice Must Be Done, Finale-Hassan, Archie, Mrs. McCann Henrietta, and Ensemble Act Two 15. Oriental Incense, Zrio and Chorus--Jewel, Rose,Lily Gnd Chorus 14. Vulie Bugiud, Dance ----- ---....... - -.------- ---- -Zglinda 15. A Cunsul From the U.S.A., Silo and Chorus---Mrs. McC1Hn and Chorus 16. Counting the Days, Duet ---- N ---- - ---- -----Dick and Jewel 17. Hestpetanla, Duet and lhoru iA1i and Henrietta and Chords 18. Pizhures on the 19. Luiior of Love, 20. Bring Forth the 21. Loveliest Lady, 22. Grand Finale Scene: Time: Scene: Time: Market place in Bagded The present, on a bright SYNOPSIS Act Ono Act Two The same as Act One Afternoon of the some dey. xxx: THE JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Screen, Trim- --------- Dick, B571 and Bob Quartet --------- Elsa, Anne, Bi'1 and Bob Vandal, Prooassienal -------- -- 'EUSCHb19 Sole and Chorus -------- Dick ani Ensemble -------Entire Company morning in summer. Th0 Junior Class Play entitled HA Ready-Made Family' was given Wednesday evening, November 9 et 8 e'clock. The cest was as fellows: LQHOI MOFhyn, Q widowa--- ----- - -------- ----- Bob, hor sons----- --su-:apo--an-.-nu--n-annumnnn- M0FilOO, her older daughter- ----- ------ Gracie, her youngest child -------- 4P--- M185 Iydia, her sister-inf1awh1v-9---n1------ Hflllfy Tul'1'AQI", Q WidOwgr-......-........................--..-..- D0?is, his daughter ----- - -------- ------ ---- Smrmde, his son--- ------A--p...--.--.---.----.---. -- Eegenia, the Nartyn's darky ceek------- ---- -- Nieodemus, the Martyn's colored handy man---- Scene: The living room of Agnes Martyn. Mary Jo Merfitt -Robert Alberts Vera Cleveringa -Mary Ann Wilts -Maurone DeBoom Donald Andringa --Marlys Wotsen --Arnie Reekers ----Donna Seupe nrthur Blm1kers 3 6 -va- ml Au may uw:-----wa 1 1- .1,,,:q4,,,u v -Huggy:-..z - -1 NW" 1 ' . V-A fQw:.x-H' -- - Wig! NW.,-HW' W In this hilarious comedy a widow, Agnes Martyn, and a widower, Henry Turner, become enge 'd. Neither mentions children at homo. The youngsters plan to uylet the matrimonial apple cart by acting their worst. bob has fits, Marilee talks baby talk, Gracie plays the role of Q holy terror, Sam ie is a kleptomaniac, and Doris as always talking about her appendicitis operation. After two hours of' si-do splitting laughter the "kids" are ready to accept their new parents. lliil SENIOR ONE ACT PLAY A comedy in one act, 'Dear Lady Be Bravcn, was given by the Seniors April 12, with the Spring Concert. The cast was as follows: Dr. Clark, a personable, single young physicianfBruce Baxter Mr. William Tandy, a bacholer-- -------- - ------ Arnold Rockers Pretty Unattached Ladies Miss Sweet --------- ---------------------------- Gladys Akesen Miss Montgomery -------------------------------- Shirley Harms Miss McLean--4 -------------------------------- Mavis Bilsland Fungus, colored janitor in the medical office-Duane Peterson Old Lady, with an ailment ------------------------- lm Perkins Beautiful Young Lady, has a way with men-- ------ Betty Grable Promptersx Mavis Bilsland and Shirley Harms Synopsis Scene: Dr. Clarks' Office Timex About 9 A. M. In this play which keeps the audience in gales ef laughter Dr. Clark, a young physician, devises a plan to help his friend, William Tandy, decide which of three girls to marry. He calls them up and tells them Tandy has been killed. They are to come to the office and Tandy will find out which one loves him most. After much coax! ing and many tips, Fungus, the cclored janitor, has been placed on the operating table for the corpse. The girls come and the results are certainly unexpected by Tandy who has hidden himself to listen, and most satisfactory to the doctor. tiiii -aj-xwwov 'M' ---H-W - --'-Q- -it U . -xf..-1 V -1.-Q--155, .:.,,g., . 5754. ,g ,-yu SENIOR CLASS PLAY The Seniors of Archer Conaalidated High School presented their big three act mystery, nHobgoblin Heusen, two nights May lO and ll in the high school auditorium. The cast was as follows: Darius Krupp, old caretaker ef Hobgoblin House ----------- Allan Bertelsen Miss Priscilla Carter, the present owneroCharlene Westphal Marian Carter, her niece -------------------- Jessie Haddon Jill Carter, Marian's younger sister ---- Jacquelyne DeRoos Frank Harlow, Marian's fiance ---------- Junior VenderSluis JGCK Loring, Jill's fiance ---------------- Glenn Bonderman Susan Parkins, the UHenglish 'eusekeepern--Mavis Bilsland Henry Goober, the darky gardener ------- Stanley Muilenburg Delilah Werts, the darky cook ----------- Beverly Bonderman Bluebeard Bronson, an escaped maniac ----- Gene Nieuwenhuis Bill Wilkins, his keeper ------------------- Robert Wilkins The Headless Phantom, ---------------- ------------ ??????? Miss Purcell, a gabby friend---- ----- Gladys Akeson Synopsis Time: Early Spring Place: Near the Ozark Post-Hills Act I: The living room of the late Horace Hobgood's house, about nine o'clock of a stormy evening. Act Il: The same as Act I--About two minutes later. Act III: The same as previous Acts. One minute later. Prempters - Shirley Harms and Gladys Akesen. Stage Manager - Gladys nkeson. Publicity and tickets - Bruce Baxter, Duane Peterson, Arnie Rockers, and Dale Dewaay. Properties - Allan Bertelsen. This is a play which ends ice-cold shivers down the spine and makes every hair stand on ond. For every thrill, however, there is a laugh. The crotchety Miss Priscilla brings hor nieces to the Hebgood House to get them away from their fiances whom she thinks are after their money which her nieces are about to inherit. They, Miss Purcell, and the colored servants are frightened repeatedly by the tactics of old Darius Krupp, Bluebeard Bronson and the Head- less Phantom who try to make the house appear to be haunted. The supernatural spectacles are all cleared up and all ends happily with the nieces receiving permission from their aunt to marry the boys. t Q V, A ,11lL.lI1f--' -T' fi 4 -vi 55.-, 3 ,W -.. uwn:4'.'J,t'.nv,:,1H..yd'. ' iw-L'Wi.iu' ,,.,. . ..-,..,.,,.. ,,d...w,,,,KM, ., , .d, ,. - - 'A'-1 xevyuvr' SOCIAL QLWS Mu: svcill lifc pnocci iff tl M Ladd start niin thc ccminb cf Qrf P rffs g M rr sfif' in S f rfif PMElivs'rg Q,, Q'5g H J'sZ'-' f 1 .gi . E IQ' ' gg " 2' Q 'iff gjfi fxr 2 guziwl npgfsl ."' 2 :Q , - .il - ., as 'ig Qs N. Jwccuslyf Dfgr s 'rtwl 'z bwsiics ".' ,,ri - A.gf pn' l s,lws zxsz 1.1 5 f 5 'f lisim, sll'1 w,r'4 A fgb w 'Q A Q pxirv. f Q y' ,Q J ,,fJ,j H MJ f.'L U 4Ql N M qi HQQQ TH pull ,'.' Si,h . slid scriil us 4 A VTX, l"L'l1C' til. '.'.' lf' iff. :Q--LZ . fl 5 ri-Ji fi--" -fv LU ici J Vifl .r Nfl - i' .,'ns ucrf H . F r Us bxcc Q 's rs' vs. . 5. ,iris ' l iQ, 'M fcdr' TLA qfibp., Cgdscrsq f fir 'i'5sfcJsq, irc .sir Y r thi Q lsr Jvrsg 1:3 sci. Li nhis pwrtic'l" sxs1,3 ld- s' Qlqfgflfh :nt gs slln s is 24-1L. is Ss rr gud . L:1trz' I. tlgit ziiljih gn bi xii cizicurig ,'.' '.s li l'L is licHTSH, lirvutcd by rr. Lunns. u.tQTllly nv tffsir Q. X'.lg bm cr.rlrtc xithf:+ refrfsh cuts, wf m.ich LLcrc . ,. jlj tc thc Ercshpci lsst Let. Elstl AS gnu Qikri sxr isa, this Lili' ups the bib iuitiwiifx j,rt5 Sivpd ay tgs Snr P A,, .ris. The usual ini' Milan stunts wsrc csllcd ltr such 's ccwmtinb r ilrr d Lifs, bab- bii, Icr qpplas, scrubbing Flilrs with F tcfthkrush, str. Apiily, the rrcsq cg Nsrcn't as ill - irsgtci is tgoy thnutgt turg 'vrf. .'.' After ill, Sfkc uf thc kils hui tLcir fccz w shud and tfcuqils yslishsdg thercflri, wc tuuhht they clcsilinxss. 'A couple of :rcsh,sz lczrncd hcw tv scrub thc Flonr witQ 3 testi-trush, thcrcfirc wc trc,.t the Hgfij Icusckcciingnl The entire class ulsn gfincd prints PX Hjrcser- Ycrfnczn frcr their hcncrsblc uldcrs in bfbbinb fur spflcs. Thcn nic ccrcxcnics Ncrc rvcr, the Scphfmorcs lcd thc iibh Schrfl in lanes and l ter served lunch. Ln the evoning nf Doc. Zlst Q Christnds party was aplssnrhd by thc Scnicrs. AS was thc custcr, nn drf .'.' HTIFS for Christxss bifts. Evcrynnc sccrol plcssed with his sr snr present. Even tif xi isliclj scrupcr, rvccivcd by ' vwrticulir Scnifr boy, was wwrrccisbcil Suits Clcus crxc tv nur pwrty tcug we were ill delighted! Iqrcld Yir ion? 1 :ii HH cxcwllnnt iVDhFSVfYtlfHo liter CHTlliHL Edu first rxrt of THD Jvsrirf tho studcnts cigc bac? tQ tha syn tl sfcni 156 'ost ff tlf ,ic4i4, rlsyim, wands. Lur Senivrs shiqld be cinHrc1i-:zfd Tvs this fizio 1,:a.'tj,. When the 17th oveninb cf March rolled around uv ffLQi E16 ..j '12 of H. S. students stteudinb a Rock Party in ine by nasiux. Ju zrf proud to say that thc Junicrs were npr hosts. Sires the pxrty was he on St. Patrick's Day evcrysne was asked to wear svrcthinb Green. Spun kids had to be excused because of thvir cvlnr-blindnrss. first, the Juniors sont the 6VGRilh ff? to 3 hors start by lesdinu us in Sctisn games. Secondly, we plwycd hcun, wnich, fcr suis pocplc uns Hrvubh.u lo 4. 4 1 K Last, but not least, we were served green pop and ice-cream decorat- ed with green shamrocks. You see, Juniors believe in carrying out a color scheme welll They must have, anyway, to make us eat green food. Our last party of the year at the time of this writing was a theater party given by the now educated Freshmen. The movie chosen by the group wus at Sanborn which was showing nMrs. Miken at the time of our attendance. Although most of the Seniors were unable to attend the movie on account of play practice they did get in OH the lunch which was served after the movie, back at school. We enjoyed this evening planned by the Freshmen very much. Another party yet to be given is scheduled Friday night, May 12. The Student Council will sponsor an evening of fun for that date. From reports it is an outdoor party and can furnish us with plenty of exercise. In closing, the social life we have had this year has been pleasant to think back on. Good party spirit was revealed at every event and the rest of the students will agree that wehave all had good times together. iilklllk H IGH SCHOOL NEWS During this past year many things have taken place which were enjoyed by all. It has been a busy year for all of us. We had a magazine sales contest which kept us hopping for awhile. The classes elected their various officers as follows: Seniors - President: Shirley Harms, Vice-President: Dale De Waay, Secretary-Treasurer: Charlene Wcstphal, Class Prepresentative: Jessie Haddon and Bruce Baxter. Juniors - President: Donna Saupe, Vice-President: Donald nndringa, Secretary-Treasurer: Mary nnn Wilts, Class Representatives: Mary Jo Horfitt and Donald nndringa. Sophomores - President: Douglas Schnieder, Vice-President: Marlys Koepnick, Secretary-Trewsurer: Maynard De Boer, Class Representatives: Marlys ldso and Benny Rohwor. Fresh- men - President: Evelyn Roseboom, Vice-Ircsidont: Mxrjory glberts, Secretary-Treasurer: Jean dondorman, Class Representatives: Marjory Alberts and Terry Harkin. One annual event in our school which wmsenjoyed by everyone was the Parkinson Music Group. Thi!-year, as they always have, they put on a very fine performance of 45 minutes of music from old instru- ments of the reed family. A little history of each piece was given and it was surprising how our instruments have developed through the ages, The Juniors this year have been taking algebra with the rest of the lower classmen, and have found it rather difficult to keep up with some of them. They also took history, government, and bookkeeping with the Seniors so they really had to study to.keep their positions in school. The Sophomores and Freshmen took biology together and made a large number of charts and posters on the schemes of advertising of liquor, patent medicines, and tobacco salesmen. Other subjects that 5 3 the vurives cle sts wttemptcd tr pass were typing, English, business tflif--lf-'-gf sucizl Pri li-T, f g. . u.l treiriivgrli '.'. Sid l'.tz..c eceecmics. THiS 5?'l7 uixHt5 fTfL Fr rjhlr said u pmncl dis- CUSS1'H vi fi' Q Leint t' r Vile in t ,".N v 'fin' qilks Cf lift- V' A if Dqjbl 1 ..pQ thxt 'Q ,tie ugikiulllr k Tberg 1 'Q 9 ,g .4+f'L 1 . T Ffir egit j fgld 0-fic' N V 11.3 ' "f f L+-. 1 I i the 87-W-A "'Q..Jl i1ll"i.I.f1tfT31l 'Q -S1711 I N , Q11 F:1degfff?c:Sfly m.yf J. ' ure .Y11,uL:. .1 ,.i Irs. Tiagefi Inj us 1 21- . 4- cb gg jig- new, ,Qi , Egfgs, JGZL 'll 'Tc Ml' lf' f' . v,Li7'Q -' f, 1 " if arg: iJ,1 J s,llifM l i ' trbles. 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