Archer High School - Eagle Yearbook (Archer, IA)

 - Class of 1951

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122 -dv l .pi 'Wg . I E 7 L, J yffpq LIBBISK S XX .-f"' x,,,X I I 1 I ff 1 I I 1 I ff Published by The Commercial Department of the Archer High School Archer, Iowa w 4 w w N Q a w f w We wish to dedicate this Annual to the Archer High School and graduates of 1951-1952, Our appreciation and thanks is extended to all those who helped us put out this yearbook, and we hope that you enjoy reading this Annual as much as we have enjoyed turning it out, THE ANNUAL STAFF VE A CLEVERINGA EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ARLENE NIEUWENHUIS ASSISTANT EDITOR MARLENE IDSO BUSINESS MANAGER TERRY HARKIN ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER DONNA SAURE MUSIC REPORTER MARY JO MORFITT GRADE REPORTER GLORIA STOFFERAN SOCIAL REPORTER BOB TIEMENS SPORTS REPORTER TYPISTS MAURENE DE BOOM ARLIN HARMS MARLYS KOEPNICK SADIE TEPASKE MARLYS IDSO 4 4 Q I I 1 I fl 4... , uri,--,Sq -- www- ----,1- I - A, A 'run FACULTY FRONT ROW: Miss Dornbusch, Miss Sleper, Miss Brink, Miss Payson, Mrs. Stubbs, Mrs. McCri11, Mrs. Jensen, Mrs. Tiemens. BACK RON: Campbell, Prin., Mr. Good. Mr. Jensen- Su erintendent ET A. Mathma cs- Iowa State Teachers Vollege M. A. Education- University of Southern Calif. Ph. D. Credit- University of Southern Calif. Mrs. Cam bell- Princi al Sheldon glib School P Northwestern University- Evanston, Ill. B. A.- Education Major- History, nnglish, Lducation Dept.- English R 'ocial Science. Mr. Matzdorff Storm Lake, la.- High fchool Buena Vista College E. A. Degree Dept.- Athletics, Manual Arts and Physics. Mrs. McCrill Xlgona, la.- High School Iowa State College and Augustana E, A. Je ree Dept.- Home economics and ocience Miss Jornbusch Morningside College B. S. M. Dept.- Music Mrs. Jensen Hlnton, la.- High School Morningside College Standard Elementary Cert. Dept.- Typing 5 Jr. High Miss Sle er Buffalo Hownship School Northwestern Junior College Mr. Matzdorff, Mr. Tarnasky, Mr. Jensen, Supt., Mrs. Mr. Tarnask fShe'N.'UEEgta- High s Dakota Business Uollege Fargo, North Dakota Nestman College LeMars, Iowa B. A. Degree Standard Secondary Cert. Mr. uood Sheldon High School Sheldon Junior College Iowa State Teachers' College Westmar Uollege Advanced Elementary Certificate Miss Brink Hospers nigh School Northwestern Jr. College Orange City, Ia. Standard elementary Cert Miss Pa son csnEervf11e 5. Dak. High School Augustana bollege Stand. Elementary Certi. Mrs. Stubbs Augustana Academy Augustana College Southern State eachers Limited Elementary Cert. 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'Vx L 111 I ' J 3' Q sh- 1'- , -1, M rss L - ,L - 3 ' , J - A Q - I O , ' , - 'X 1 9 1 D I A - -M .- -Q. 3 'EV' ' ' " Lg ta - 3 1938 CLASS HISTORY 1951 One rainy day in September, 1933, ten young wide- eyed youngsters greeted their teacher, Miss Marguerite Abele, new Mrs. Joe Harms, who were Mary Jo Morfitt, Marlys '.'.' atson, Mary Johnson, Nancy Leib, Arthur Blank- ers, Vera Cleveringa and Jack and Jill Rohwer, who were twins, and Wayne. nfter six weeks of school we lost Hayae but giined Robert Chambers. Later that year Cleo Kaiser joined our class, too. However, in March Jack and Jill Rnhwer and Robert Chambers moved away, During our primary year we had a children's POST OFFICE in our room, When we left for the first grade we had t Vp wenbers to continue en the second lap of this thi? .cp round track. Our y mr in first grade was also spent under the supervTaion of Miss Abclo. Cleo Kaiser did not return to our class but some new students arrived, They were Robert Steinman, Oscar DeVries, and Faye Clark. During the year we had a grocery store and later a POST OFFICE in our room. In March our class again saw several changed situations, namely that Nancy Leib and Faye Clark moved. A new character appeared on the scene. Donald andringa didn't seem to like our school very well at the first. We had new completed the second lap with only nine members in oar class. Then the year began, Miss Elizabeth Den Hartog was our t ich r in second grade. Our class of nine was in- creased ro ten as Donna Saupe joined. Later in December we pained Robert Alberts who moved to Archer from St. Ansgar, Iowa. One of our most interesting projects under Miss Den Hartog was our room's daily diary, in which we recorded such events as perfect attendance, weather, ill- nesses and special events. In third grade we again returned to the same room and instructor but this time we shared the room with the class of 1952 rather than the class of 1950. It might be worthy to note that this was the year l9hl. We will always re- member how startled we were on December 7, l9hl, by the report that the Japanese had attacked Pearl Harbor. Dur- ing the school year our class was reduced when Oscar De Vries moved in March. This left ten members in our class to start the fifth lap around the track. Class History, con't. In the fourth grade we were guided by Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, A new face appeared on the scene when Paul Keck joined our class increasing our membership to eleven This year found us working on an operetta, HKING PUDDIN' HEAD THE FIRSTN. In the fifth grade we were again under Mrs, William's guidance. Our class had undergone quite a few changes, Vera did not return this fall but we had a new pupil by the name of Kennerly Humphreys. after the first six weeks Mary Johnson moved to Colorado leaving us with a class of seven boys and three girls, In March Robert Stallman moved away but Maurene DeBoom appeared on the scene, That spring we took a train trip to Sheldon and saw some of the industries. Our attendance was quite low that spring due to mumps and scarlet fever. We had completed the sixth lap with ten members. On our seventh lap, we often saw red, our teacher being Miss Thelma McNutt, new Mrs. James Vollink, Ken- nerly Humpherys did not return that fall and later in March Donald Mastbergen moved to Sheldon, We completed the seventh lap with only eight members, Our eighth year of school in the seventh grade was again spent under the supervision of Miss McNutt. Don- ald andringa did not return that fall but instead went to the Sheldon School for Christian Instruction. He must have liked Archer better, because he returned to Archer right after Christmas vacation. Later in March Marilyn Craig joined our class. During the year we had a club. Our one achievement was to buy a nice picture for the room, We had now completed the eighth lap with nine members in our class, At the beginning of our ninth year of education we occupied the seats along the south wall of the assembly. Mary Ann Wilts joined our class so that there were new ten of us. Our classes were run very much on the same system as the high school classes, Mr, Hoeppner was our sponsor that year, Our teachers included Mr. Nelson, Mrs. Tanner, and Miss Watson, We probably will never for get these teachers. They must have been very anxious to have us in high school or else they were trying to scare us away because we were initiated when we were eighth graders, The thing that most occupied our attention that year was the High School's winning basketball team. We concluded our year by giving a one-act play, nJimmy the Geniusu, and received our diplomas with the Seniors of'h7 Class History, con't. Now there were only four laps left on this track. It won't be lon and the race is over, We began our g .. Freshman year of high school under the s onsorship of - P Mrs. McCrill. Paul Keck moved to Paullina so there were only three boys in our class. But Vera graduated from country school and Mary Johnson moved back to Archer so that our class numbered eleven. Mary must have had difficulty settling down because during the year she moved to Storm Lake and then returned again. Our faculty was quite different this year, We new had a music teacher, Mr. Kuhns, and Mr. Maxson, our new superintendent, was quite a drama fan. Several of our class members took part in various plays. During the second semester our English teacher was that wonderful mechanic, who could keep an old 1928 Chandler in oper- ation. Later Mr, Watson broke his finger trying to fix his car, During the summer Mary Johnson again moved away leav- ing our class with ten members. As Sophomorcs we had the privilege of initiating the Freshman class. Mr. Matzdorff was our sponsor this year. The new feature of school this year was our hot dinner buckets. our class to its English teacher. enth lap leaving We began our lunch program. We no longer had to take In March Marilyn Craig moved, reducing present size. Mrs. Campbell was our new We all successfully completed the elev- hot cinders behind us. twelfth lap as Juniors and Mrs. McCril1 our sponsor. This year we had a new superintendent, namely Mr, Jensen,' Being Juniors, we had to do all the things that Juniors are expected to do. We gave our play, nReady-Made Familyn, with the help of Mrs. Jensen, to a capacity crowd. For our party we presented a St. Pat- " rick's Day Rook party, which everyone enjoyed. We also gave the Junior-Senior Banquet which was held in the Sheldon Community Building. We had now completed our twelfth lap around the track, Only one more to go. We began our last year of High School in the midst of the eneral hub-bub of hammers, bricks, cement mixers, S and other assorted confusion. Oh, dear, we forgot to tell you that we were building a new addition to our school. For our last year Mrs. Campbell and Mr. Jensen were our sponsors. In October we went to Sioux City to have our icturcs taken. We couldn't have very many P activities during the year without an auditorium, so Prim- ti ours was ghar was kind enough to let us use theirs, un l completed. Q4 AI 5. I Class History, con't. At Christmas time we presented the annual Christmas party. In February several of us took part in the Iowa Speech Contest and Robert and Donald received rating I in Radio Speaking. Then the bud weather came. It cer- tainly disrupted our year. On npril l7, we skipped to Sioux Falls for Skip Dey. Liter in April, over half of our Senior Class went to Grinnell to take port in the State Music Contest. On May 5, we all went to Sanborn for the large groups' contest. Our class hos led 1 well rounded school life and have had great fun ind plenty of hard work. We have yet to present our Svnior class play HTouch and Gow. We will receive our diplomas on May 23, but we have kept the faith, we heve finished the course. Surely there is reward, YLQNT-nD DEPnRTTL'NT Wgnted Immedldtelyt A good-looking, intelligent, refined, humorous, well-dressed, young man. Call nrchcr MOSI. Bonne Saute Wanted: Someone who can find Lulu for Mr. Terndsky, Wentpdr The ability to catch fish. Mr. Mntzdorff Erjggi: A muzzle for Sadie--Large Size! Vere Eciuoit: A hole in the head, CAnnie, Get Your Gunl Robert A. Qgztidz Typists for the Andringa ngency. KBlondes are , Preferredl D.n. Qepdid: A television set with good reception. Arlene N. Qjptgdt More May-baskets from the neighbors. Bob T. gill lt: Driving? lessons from Vera. Msrlene I. ggl gif Stiltr for Terry. nnonymous Emiilj. Well-behaved students. Mrs. Csmpbell LLliI.l'E:'iii ggigissity: NO TESTS in '51 end '52s nHS Students IT PnYS TO ADVERTISE Uonted: A bewutiful blonde. Further requirements ----- RICH ----- Inquire for job at the nndringa ngcncy, FOR SnLE: A wad of chewing gum taken from Keith Smithcrs. See Mrs. Campbell at the nrcher School. Wanted: unmbrosen--See Gloria Stofferen nt nreh r. HOF ALL THE THINGS YOU WEMR, YOUR EXPRESSION IS THE MOST IMPORTANT . " CL SS WILL OF RCHLR HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS Belng of sound mind and of good health, we the Senlors of the Archer nlgh School of 1951 do hereby wlll the follovlng to whom lt may concern I Maurene J DeBoom, do give and bequeath my posl tlon lrun Jorettc to Larry Menke, my typlng a 11 +I to mon and anythlng else to be found to t ol Also all my good wishes to the Senlar el ol l S2 I, Donald I drlnga do glve and bequeath my argumen Ive lOl11Ly to Earlene Idso, my wrltlng hablt to anyone who LOIDKS they can scrlbble as I do my front seat to Ke th SW1LhCP and my best wlshes lor a successful s nior y ar ln 1952 to the JJHIO s lylng ound to Kelth Smlthers, my drlvlng abwllty to Iarlene Idso, all my old buddles to Marlene De Boom Cboy , that 1S,, any old tools and bolt t Dougla Schnelder and my good times ln school to the Senlers of 1952 I L rthur Blankers, do glve and b queath mr blg feet to Marlys Koepnick, my ability to get flrsts to Benny, my good grades to Vernon, my mustache to Sadle, and my height to Larry Nenke also my Jokes and crazy ways to Gerald and my Junk to Maynard, I, Donna Saupe, do give and bequeath my helght to Doupla schnelder, my mild temper to Marlene De Boom, my piano playlng abllity to Vernon Nleuven huls, my knack for forgetting thlngs to darlene Idso, my boyfrlend troubles to uarlys Koepnlck, my hlgh h els to anyone who can learn to walk in them, any belongings left in the bulldlng to Barney, and my best wlshes to a swell bunch of Junlcrs I, Mary Inn Wllts, do PlVe and beque th my red hair to Sadle, my helght and feet to Douglas, my cheer leadlng ablllty to Llla, Glenice nhlers to Marlys Koepnick, my slncere sympathy to the teachers, to my nephew Ronnle Van Heuvelen, as much fun as I have had in the urcher School and last, my arguments with Maynard to anyone who can talk fast enough I Aorlys Matson, do glve and bequeath my typlng abillty to Marlys KOODHICK, my slnging ablllty to Marge Alberts, my trombone to Keith, ability to get along with tcachersto Maynard and wishes for success to t e Seniors of 1952. . , . .,., fx A ' . 'a L . . -p. 1 I - . . . . ,, 's J ' 4 : 1 - - - ' ' 3 " ' X J - ' .7 rw f ww, ' v o 1 1 ' -,IQ ne.. A .11-. . I b . . rv - W T V . I 1,w tel. Rob II' I l'L'fl1'QePS, e 1 ' I ' rw- , 0 I I- ltss 9 , I -W . . Q 2. - -' Jn 11.1 I - Y ' i 4- . In - . . If ,L , . . U C -1 AA . , ,Q ' ,. . , I .. 0 x ' 1 ' -x fu ' e, u 1 ' 'vw , 1 . . 3. I, Robert J. Alberts, do glve and bequeath any gum . Q . . . . . . I CI Elf' 1 .A ' ... -1 s. ' I, I s cw ' cv . - gl Q O G . . . 0 . . ' 0 ,' ' A -y ' Q , g LL kj . D N ,I . 1 . q , 1 . I . . e -' u c C c ' 1. ' 3 e 5. K I V' 3 H ff I' X i 7, L2 I I f . . . , , - v' - V . Br- X . . f-I -. f V , e - 4, I X . . 4 I . . 0 6 ,- - . . g J A ' 3 'X an . . ' 1 0 3 1. ' A " X . . . . h I .H kr ff . 1 I I A C l . 3 N x x , , - . A K - 1' 1 4 I ' c . ,,, .7 . . 7. , .' . , w l 1 . Q . . . . Class Will, con't. 8. I, Vera Cleverings, do givc and bequeath my ability to smash fenders to Richard Evcnson, all television sets to nrlenc H., My cowboy boots to Marlene De Boom, all the talking I do to Sadie TePaske, my good grados in Physics to Vernon N, my plaid skirt to Marlene Idso, my nickname of UHotrodH to Douglas, my height to Harlys Kocpnick and all my good wishzs to the Juniors. 9. I, Mary Jo Morfitt, do five and bequcath my long hair to Arlin, my ability to raise my eyobrows to Varnon N., my dimples to Ronnic Storm, my liking for Girl's basketball to Maynard, my place in girls' trio to Richard and my very best wishas for succcss to the Senior Class of l9S2. KN I C K -KN, i C KS Mrs. McCrill: uJons, your handwriting gets worse all the timo.n Jens: nWell, Mrs. McCrill, if I wrote any bet- ter, then you'd be finding fault with my spelling.n Mrs. Campbell: uBenn four marks are terrible. I don't . I think you are trying. You need more spunk. Do you know what spunk is?H Bonny: HYes, ma'am--it's the past participle of I spank. In an overcrowded schoolroom a teachcr by the name of Hr. Tarnasky startod off his morning attendance re- port to Mr, Jensen with, NHelp1 They're all martin In ovary schoolroom there is the little boy whd can- not roll 1 ball across tho floor without breaking a win- dow, Small boyts philosophy: nThc more friends you have, the more you own of the world.n nThe dogs bark, but the caravan gocs on.n uTho cost of 3 thing is that amount of life which must be exchanged for it.n . l,, PROPinCY OF 1951 Jhllc glzlng lt thc s rs wc soc lnto thc yccr of nlnctcon hundr d nd clghtd. tL10VlS1OD show 13 tak lng pllcf Lct's tch lt A dlstlngulshcd looklng old m n lS now nUDOURC1Hg thc novt ct Hls nlnl LS non othcr than Bob lborts. Mory Ann llt , hold of thc Jlr ond Sk kc Loosc Futlrc mntlC nutonobllc dvcrt slng lgcncy lS thc spons W Ho 1DtPOduCCd Wlrlj tson, tho f nod ooora singer who lS CCOmp'HlLd by Donno coupe t tht 11 no Euro how thcsc nlncs sound flmllllf, T J arc n v 2 ol SplUSfLPQ 1lVlWg ln a lurgc mWDSlCH. Across thc rold 1VQ t 9 o d b chclors, ucnc nd J ck, Toll sprcl lnp thlt thcy s old scnoold f sl cthclrts h Vu bc n trjlng to TOfFcoh thclr WCmOP1LS 1 tcly NE'S Fl SW' rtnur Bllnkcrs, th notor ou CPlU incl h s 'sc pcd from llcltrsz whcrc hc has b on for tho lost tcn gclrs bcclusc of tho norclllss bc tlng of hls flfth WlfO, Sho rcfu,cd to llstcn to hl tronbonc trombone as l murdcr wclpon ind nurdorod hls wlfc. Tho tClCV1S1OH rccoptlon 1SH't so good. Tho scrc n lS sort of blunrcd must hlvo o wcstcrn on. Tho voy it sccms 11 thot l buffllo 1S chlsing Q bunch of Indlins, No, l blnch of IHd1WDS rc CHqS1Hg Q buftolc. 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Tarn AJ, 1r1n W: Irs Csnnc ll, Prln rthur Blwnkcrq LHC D but nte Ve 1 Clew rlnga LF HIGH SCHWOL CL SS Nr Jens n, ur OF UTCN SCHOOL DIPTOL S arl Bcndc m n r 0 1 Rev Erlnk Unless God Be ith Us Red Rose OPCHld and SllVCP lll Hcp ls V11n CONCRnTJL.TIOIb TO THE CL.QS OF 1951 fs n n 4. 4 1 4- H U n .A ' g I ri 11:1 :L i 'R . ' '. I 1 . I I i .DTP C' A lst 'Wo' Flo la stopferfmn, cl n ?C79bOO , Jo n Rordorran, Lila 0 fm r or lbnrt fdron Vcrl Orff' 'nr Roi 7'or I' vor or, errf Y-'arc'ns, Lqrrv Krauss, T arvin V ndr-n ull, Q on , Jens ,orenson nec Pres Karen Jer ov? Rf-sorter Vloria otofferan fm s 'Ze urn onhative Rob Tiennns and Florfs otofferan it FR .QHI AN C1935 'lox Lexons V' ootcrs, Tsrr Ann Jarvillo, LaVorme Brown, Darlene Harms, Jeans-ttf, Rolfns, Iarnene DeKo'c, Glenda Iorfitt 'nl 1 'lornw msc 1, mnorsor, Larry lenlce, Robert Blankers, Wayne cflmoon, Roland Knder on, Ronald Storrr, Keith Smitners, Clair Dems r, Ra Portz, lorman Pnilby Class Officer Pres Ronald Storm Larry henke oec'y mres Ray Portz Class Rep N Pnilby, G Ivorf4tt I ' I 4 4 A 1 ,x 3. '- e " 1 'ffl Cilll ,Lfibfl :, v.: fl .r " , , , Tlv 'r : v. rn H2 . . , ,L W 'T P, sie, Ts f ff Fa , s, In , ' , . 1, tl m v: !'r, Tat 1 'l , Sv .s T if .... E- ., D .I fx 'I Rob Ti ri, s f' , Class Officars: Pres. - 'Ferry Hnr-'fins V.P. - I-'arvin Vanden Hull I' 'jr-' . - . ' ff ,, - f C' Clts. : Q A ,s - 1, x., . if M L' N W Q TT, ,. r -,. lst 1 - C Jr " T.. 7 . C , . ,I , s . 3 V, I .1 . C f, Row: T' ss . .L 1 ", . .I ' T' .,1,, . . , S . , . , 'L . . if I .. ' . f- A , s: . - . V. 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' G A' .ft sip 1 " 37 JW? ibia 30 ' Q1 WP 19 H 25 I '::1 38 1' Q'y' Q H 12 ' - 15 1 Q Y 17 U 19 ,L 29.4 1 i 1 j 30 " 26 12 ang 'T QL ' irr' 2 T 3M , M 27 'Q 1 wry 0 ' 13 2 rlxt 51 Ls Q j 10 Q' Cbllketball cont.D Archer 23 Hospers 71 February 16 Archer 22 Boyden 6h February 22 we plaged Bartley in the County Tournament at Hartley. The score was Archer I , Hartley 5H. This was played on January 23. The Sectional Tournament was held at Sheldon on February 22. Archer played Boyden, with the score being Archer-22, Boyden-64. Elayer Benny Rowher Douglas Schnieder Vernon Nieuwenhuis Richard Evenson BASKETBALL AVERAGES 190 12M ,9O 79 Marvin VanDenH 1l 220 Maynard DeBoer Larry Krauss Bob Tiemens Wayne McQueen Keith Smithers 29 2 . 22 23 9 11. NM 'n-ig Made PCT 37 5 19. M .0 H 20.0 Trip Made PCT. T.P. 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Wmter Ohd Shomnger PIOnOs Lowrey OrgOnO SHELDON IOWA PHONE 50 PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL PHOTOS COPYING COLES STUDIO M AIIOn NvChOIson SHELDON IOWA Phone 265 Box 647 ANYTHING ANYWHERE ANYTIME ENLARGING - PHOTOSTATS - OIL COLORING 3 HCHEERKEADERS Left to Right Mary Ann Wilts, Vera Cleveringa, Marlene Idsog Marlys Kbepnick, PEP CLUB First Row, Marlys Koepnick, Marlene Idso, Vera Cleveringa, Second Row, Third Row, Fourth Row, Mary Ann Wilts Cheerleaders Rita Dolphin, Lois Bonderman, Mary Funderman, Mary Jo Morfitt, Maurene DeBoom Benny Rohwer Marlene De Boon, Sadie TePaske, Marylis fhilby, Karen ierHbef, IaYerna Nieuwenhuis, Patrice Ballou Audrey Koepnick, Arlene Nieuwenhuis, Arlin Harms, Glenda Morfitt, Marjorie A1berts,Hargene DeKok, Donna Saupe Marlys Watson, Marlyn Idso, Evalina Dykstra, Miss Payson Sponsor Lila TePaske Kathleen Lemkuil, Glenda Blok Jndy Anderson, La onne Brown, Gloria Stofferan elyn Rozeboom Darlene Harms, Leona Grotters, Mary Ann Jarvill, Jeanette Rolfes President Arlene Hieuwenhuis Vice Pres Benny Rohwer Secretary Arlin Harms Skit Chairman Marlys Idso Sponsor Miss Payson 1 L 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1 1.II1n.1-u1f.1.,-1III.1 4. -V '- - -A - L-:H-H - A -Wu -In - l - My- - ,-M - .-W - Im... ..,, ...I .. I- -I- MOLMENS DAIRY GRADE " A" PASTEURIZED MILK - CREAM - ICE CREAM DAILY DELIVERIES IN ARCHER LET US SERVE YOU PHONE 472 SHELDON, IOWA VAN'S PRODUCE CASH BUYERS POULTRY EGGS USE OUR FEEDS AND POULTRY REMEDIES PHONE S3 ARCHER IOWA GEO C GETTING OLIVER AND MINNEAPOLIS MOLINE FARM EQUIPMENT DESOTO AND PLYMOUTH CARS Soles cmd ServIc:e SANBORN IOWA PIorIEer H,fbrId Seed Corn 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1..1..1.1..1...-....II.-...1.II1--1-.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 fi X Xf- . Y Ed 0... . fv ve '11 , . iq 11. 7 Q U Q51 . new-+ ' , z Jgf qt .L I ,, ,., ,Ai af - X" T"ICR TPH BAQKFLWALL Left to Rirht Rover Leem ull, Paul oaupe, Iarlin Idso, Gary DeBoom, Korman Van Donslar, Tr Jensen, Coacr, Jack Dole in, 1aro1d Iuilenburr, Jacob D'kstra, Lofell Baxter, Donald Ienke otandin Dennis Andersen, Ted Liemens 7CP T 1 X LWQ e t to Ri ht arol Lea orfift, dv H Loi epic Q o1cver'n a L N Q V all 'Q 1 .. M I e'f '-f, '1UmH. X TEAM , 2 k ' f- 0 5 1 . I . . 1 . .- , H Y f I v ' f' fa. P V1 M . ,. . . 1 , , LUUY.f. X,FH CH1lWLHnfWhn L f W : C X, V , Jwkk lnacrsen, 5 Q ,g,rm n, Tu'EInn A L N SECURITY STATE BANK Sne :Jon I we VANDER NOUDF BROS IANK XNAGON SERVICE D X STAIION SANBORN IOVVA WESTSIDE GROC ond PROD CO A Full Lune of Lnv stock Feed 'NIUTRENA AND VIS VITA Open Every Evennng for Your Convenience CASH PAID FOR POULTRY AND EGGS SANBORN IOWA HOME FURNISHINGS FUNERAL DIRECTOR WATSON FURNITURE STORE STOVES WASHERS VVALLPAPER ond PAINTS FLOOR COVERING SANBORN IOWA Bu :ness Ph 41 Reg Ph 272 in-:Q-1 .5..-...-..... -,:.. - - ,..,, -,-,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,d-,,,,, -H- - -.., -... .. - ..,,..-.- .. -I ... .. - -..- - I I --f I I I I I I . I I I 1 , I -. - - v i . .. 3 I ..- I I T I : - f - I I ...- I i - , - I I, i I I I I 3" I , I I I I . 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'1 I T' A 'O T W q lo wlln Bq+r Hn P1 'wr undermwn, Ioiw Bonderwqn, Rudne hoeonlo zf' n enon 'lende aloe' 1' leen oe TWV e Glenn 0 tn Venher, o J n mv in' n inn A PNHITF T11 'ln Tnooh stn Ionwnn Jen Jonsledr, 1011 1 Tw mod .5 or-S0 Fw .r H" To nun vo' d sten to vom ta I 0 We lFH't wno 4 S V s urn next ff! Def'rft on 1 it weren't for food orices Too soil Wandruff l Tie detector Tntmmt lhe stren e inst rot t tells n one rw wdother she 1 or not Corn alter . 1 ' 1 lun do' P GC c " o fo'r'f' 'VW lwt ottor' color' owv "' v Irs. Camobell lox, Faith, dcn't tell we cn't ' o L nc Fettfslmrf Q dres Kefbh "Fee whiz, Yrs. lffavvbe , ldn' even e ved ere. r'. T'1rnas'fV "Lo 0 , if five slxeeo were ln a "le 'irc' one Mr we t Hof 'wry would be le' 9" Lo'-:ell "T1ere cll n't He an! left on o qritkmetlc, lut ou on't know sneeo L Q.l'f.XI 'HZLYDL DW. N f.O'f: Edit- ,D l' 1 ., 'V ,,' .ll 1, .IV " F ... f , , , ' A , 7 ' . . k, Jxij A,d , ,, W, , A , ,f, K ,H .. L ,4kwi1, ,, ernn N4 wmennvfs, Iv -, - Fnvftnn. TAZI RQJ: K.i,. -,., N, We nov :ln Mens, Jim. H' Yi S, H . l. Null, 1 A, .,:k Doln1f,, l.,, DvV,,,a, I 'M, ' T ,.-.f Lowe Wft,Xr, fr. V ., 'W . Y. ' ".-.IQ AUD AR Il k L 1 'l li V .lf il -, d'1 K. w lt ww. ni t J . Da l l.- i .sz Sandwich: Two slices of bread bet een wnich there would Fe so:etHinT 'f , A , , 3 A -W . A b msn: l . , . -' son- m H s eva H W . :F -w .,. A . M . -. .un a Lc.Q, W, ,Q - nt, Il A 0 ..,.. fl Q . . : '.'.'f 2 "."o1lf. 'fo1 f' .1,. T: o. ee?" Swo ,t Y 1. L inf: "'.'., . .1 Lf re "o11." ' . Ur .V if ,: - V., : V V H .5 . w , , H ,ou - . ln H -.,,ln s f 7 'u .d, M sin l ,: f .Q 'lui ll I d' t V 'znovf Ez, li X tix . " V L un: x,ll . , ' , ' A' li t.l of hill d ou , , v be ., ' lt. ., : K, w 1 d , Q . V ' fn w M .J ' A v - d , ,.n THPRSCN Gnd DIXANDS BODY SHOP INC SI-IELDON IOWA Phone 232 N' eopols Mol e Imple ents Olds ob Ie Moytcxg 0 d BODY AND FENDER B 995 O d SI mon REPAIR AND PAINTING Soles o d Se ce Pho e 444 Sheldo Io RAY BRANDS P Op 0 BRIEN COUNTY CQMPLIMFNTS QI: IMPLEMENT CO PETE SI-IELDON IOWA Pho e 840 MASSEY HARRIS SALES AND SERVICE PRODUCE VERN SCHEMPER GROCERIES FEED 4. - -, -... - .. - - - -,- ..I..--- v-..-..-----II..-....-I.-..-..-..-..--f.-I.-----...--..----n 'P I T7 -A , , . I F iT Q ..l. ..l Q ...- Iirm I in m m i , n ri n r n rvi Q .l l.. Q .ii r . n n, wo ' I I .....-.I,- I.. .-,.-......-..-..- .........-.......................-I.-.........-,......-..-......-.- - ... -.I ,.......- -..............-.......-.....-..-..-.........-......-.......-..-.....-.....-......-..... .. - ..... I I ' K' n .T Q .l 1 . .l .i- Q -... -,,..,f4f5:7-'arf--au1uu1c:1 :f : I 1 1 1 - -- - -r --an :u :Y 1 -- inf 1::- :::: Q-n :n-n....,1,, SOCIETY NEWS School got underway wlth a bang, whlch, by the way, we felt wlth each blow of the hammer as constructlon on the school addltlon progressed We knew what this addl tlon would 1ean to our oclal llfe, no partie , concerts plays, or basketball Jhyo Not an extra lnch of space to be found anywhere Ask any student or teacher how theyielt about thls loss and they wlll reply nlt xas worth 1t'u Then one day we were shocked to learn that our new muslc teacher rad been drafted, and was to leave ln very few days Naturally we were worrled about what we could do for hlm To thlnk of a way to have a party in a llmlted space was qulte a probl W Sued short notlce left no tlme for long farewells and plannlng o we gave hlm a farewell party, out of door , that very nlght Most of us had grand fun at the party, except Douglas Schnleder The poor boy got hls flHgCP smashed and had The next thing we knew Mr Curtls stepped through the door. The excltement for the ensulng weeks was ln descrlbable What was lt all about? The Magazine sales campaign, of course' I'm sure several of us remember walklng mlles and mlles, blcycllng mlles and mlles, and Dad's car may never be the same Incldently, Benny Rohwer's team won over Vera Clever1nga's, wlth Marlene Idso actlng a Business Manager All thi had to follow up wlth a party given by the losers at the Sheldon Skat lng Rink, Here we had a wonderful tlme scelng who would land on the floor the most About the time we were freez1ng because the furnace wasn't hooked up, we had V1SltOPS Who would lt be but the Parklnson Wnsemble, whom we enjoyed immensely B sldes, we got out of some classes for a whlle Ne also took some drlvers' tests put out by the Board of Educatlon Je can understand how surprlslng some of our answers were Another surprlse came when we got our lndlvldual plctures, here's hope for the best For the uFP6ShlGS' there was the anxlously awaited Initiatlon, as humorous and educatlonal as ever Terry can tell you about that On November ll we observed Armlstlce Day wlth a pro gram. Rev Rltter was the speaker, . . ' 1 . . ,A .- C ' v' 5 ' r ' u U Li , .J kj - T' ' ' , v 1 . I T . . 1 , ,VY . C I . . L - f 8. . K , I . ' ' ' ya xr . . . , . A Qu , . . .J ' . S I ' . H . ' Q C v I r w , 0 Q I if ' . 5 to be rushed to the doctor. ' 0 . . r . A ' ' . . , . C . . . . . . . . A i . . . 1 ,L 'T . S , S . Lu ' l . I O . . 1 Y ' 1.4 'I , C- - B A . 1 O v 0 . . ,, . . . J O . . . . I . , I U U . q . . . . . . O X X . . . . O Society News, eon't a real treat that J lucky people take for granted is the R creat an R om pcned downstairs to ec uoy us on rainy day ton some other days, tool A Tranksgiving Progr m was given, with Rev Brink deliverin the me sage Three studeit of the Speech Glas , Sadi T Paske, Mary To lor itt and r hur Blank rs, sav adio speeches on ubcrcdlosi and heart Di e s and down thro gh the chimney came go d St Nic Though there wasnft a chimney, Santa d dnft forget the children at good old archer H gm U RC d d lo k famili r, but it must h J been because of ou previous experienc s on Christmas The toys wer qu te ex cited about the game of tag they played, mistletoe hand They liked it so well that some of them fervot to put it a ay the next morning Then someone noticed that vacations were over and back to school we payly came, ready to cram for semester testS The newspaper nArcher Donna Saupe as the willing 1 ire ark has gone into was, and Tim sure everyone Arrow soon get underway with and very able editor Lots making the newspaper what it appreciated it and en oJed it Several Speech students ntered Q Speech Contest Robert ilberts and Don Andringa got firsts in Radio Spfaking and went on to another, where Don get a first id Bob a second Don went on to another where he get a second Such ability was recognized by the rest f the students Some of us found some new bones and muscles w did not know existed at the Junior skating party, For the rest of us, it was a good show, wasn't it? All of us other students listened enchantedly as the Seniors brought back reports of their many adven ures on nSk1p Day We cometimes wonder how some of them were able to get some of them out of the Peniten tiary after once the time when we The Seniors also they went to get going in, but we are eagerly awaiting find out if they'11 let us out or not. had a great time in Sioux City when their pictures taken, For some the thrill of a first plane ride was experienced. . 3 T 3 J J . ' x nl 1 uve 1 , . w . V Y . - , . U " flxl .. Oc. UC 57 J ' ' . . C I ha f KY f 17 Q . - . . . . T l 4 4 J U. . - Q . W A '. . JS. ., " , T 'V 'H 'X Cl V' . T 'I , , , , 'Z ,i eo .J ua ef - M .0 - , . 4- , ' e 'li .L , 5 I1 ui " nd uf C T' 5 rn . - Y - .L -. S . E- 3 22 D. I! 1 ' ' U u- T t e , - k . . : w s ' .4 - L C 4. L-5 . 5 . J, Q -N 1 11 . , f 4 L R l 'Ji 1 'Hi L Lf, -1 1' O . . I . v 'B I 3 Y. . LA A - Lf .. ' . X . 17 N 1 . X ' C . eve, T C IL ' . . . 'A f X 5 1: N 1 1 .1 , . ln F . . Q .L ef 4. 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Socl ty Ncws, con't Inc CUIJP arc no bu Iltl tn WP cliss p1dy, 'Touch and Gc I'm arf J '11 111 cngoj scclng lt orfsontcd to u DU Jo follols JnFuH1 fatt thf tot1onm1st r Robcrt lbcrts Q nlor on 1 cod c sqlcsnwn Qonild ndr1wp1, ocrlor Profts or rc1rJ Ro, I Wfls xrtnor D an1 rs 3on1 r rv ct U 111ng pr tff IITW Donna oaupc, Scnlor Jfl U1 M t 1 IF Lucy Robert Jcnny Clrn Ho11 d Brld tr 1U Find U r1 Mary lxllfl I r I A3141 1QPIf Donald Robcrt V rq Donnq , mobh lfr 1 1 tho ncrv JJ brld frocl Bob ICN V 1 lfn 11 I1 1 Vcrrx CILXI r 'lui Pl 1' motofr r Vgld of nor r r do lt In bc nqn on 1 torn, c Tiur nc D Boon, S nlor voroc bro n, Irc 1 srgory Ilbcrts, Soobo orc nlor t, WIOP .J 1 or's h.1Y r Warw Ann 111 o nmo c ooobon r Qunorous DWIJ nlch uk p t c 1 c brldq and groom W Sa cacb otb r lfoot Qnd vcrf ncarlj 1 ss gcttlu n 1 ON TI LIGHT R QID Loox a+ that bunch of cows Tot bancb, crm, d o IWW of co' , turd of cows! 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H FIFTH GRADE FRONT ROW Larry Dolphin, Thomas Williams, Douglas Morfitt, Nancy Alberts, Freya Ritter, Darrell Harkin, Jerry Joe Saunders, Stanley Wilkins BACK ROW Raymond Buse, Narner Bonderman, Dick Bogaard, Larry Lee Bruggom, David De Kok, Wendell Fykstra, Charles Rolfes, Gene Ehlers, Miss Brink lst ROV Carol Lea Horfitt, Norene Nieuwenhuis, Roger Lemkuil, Paul Saupe, Bruce Stofferan, Clair Peterson, Gary Ballou, Ruth Bruggom, Gordean Rabermill, Carol Peterson, Arlene Beckman, Dennis Anderson, Donald meenxe 2nd ROW Pr Tarnasky, Donald Blankers, Marlin Idso, Teddy Tiemens, Jim y Rohwer, Nodney Farms, Dillv Harkins, Larry Koepnick, Marcella Rolfes harvus Krauss, Sharon Koepnick, Karen McCarty, Jean Niebur, Thelma Peelen, Nila Jean Farms, Ir Good l N F SIXTH and SEWENTH GRADE BEST WISHES FROM The Greater WOLFF STORE Sheldon lowa SHEUDO sl ARMV NAVY STORE WORK SHOES JACKETS WATCHES LUGGAGE S hlclon owa Phone Pl Congratulations To The Class of Sl THE WHITE HOUSE THIS IS THE SUIT STORE Ll Sheldon lowa I I 1 ' - VN ' - - I I ' -Jn Tl , I ' Z' -Ti 1.........1-..1....1..1..-.1..1 - .1...-...1 1 .1 1 .1....... .1 ..-......-...1.. 1.1 .1 1. -1 1.1 1. 1 I ll II El -T il E I I. ,,,..... ...,.1 ,.-. 1..1..-.. -.-.-1..-1-..1..1 ... .1 -- -1m.1m.1-I1.. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 - ,- I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands e nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all Jx KUIPER September ll LARRY KOEPNICK DBCSIDUGI' MARJORIE KOEPNICK March SEVENTH GRADE QQ MORFIET October MARLIN IDSO January RUTH ANN CLEVERINGA April SAUPE November -4 JOAN NEIBUR February MARVUS KRAUSS Ha CITIZENS OF TH MONTH . On P A " A C' " Q'- Q, V .I A '1' .7 c ,, ' A Q' ' ig rl. f ' I I KI LEO CAROLE LEE PAUL . ' 'X 1 N ' p' .. ' r .1 I I V ' y xt' R A 4 . I ' ,lit . X 1 ' K 1 'U Y X 1 9 M L. X Q K I Y Compliments of auer Lumber ompany SHILI DON IOWA Comphrnents of FAR ERS COOP OIL CO Co op Products Tonk Wogon Servlce Leono rd Postrno Joe Vxfolthulzen o-o Phone IO5 Sanborn Iowo u 0 s 1 N X 1 2 J 9 tu1-.w1...1V-nu-1m-.m-M..-1.L,-r..-.W--'Ilin..--1m1m-. 1111-.Li -ni .. ..-.M1.4.1-uu1n.-.m-.4n-m1.- - O O I -v0.1.1-1 1 1 -1-1 --w.. 1.-.01 1 ...fi --w1 1 1 -. 1:1 1 1 .. -.. .--.-,- .. 5 1 ! SHARON KOEPNICK September JUDY EHLERS December 'ffl' I 4' JIMMEY ROWHER March CITIZENS OF THE SIXTH GRADE 4' , M RODNEY HARMS October TE TEIM NS February f L DONALD MENKE April MONTH n KAREN MCCARTHY November DENNIS ANDERSON March DONALD BLANKERS Ha ,Q 'sn A - if ' I I 1 r L It -, b, I y 5 I ' H D A fi 1 '.j' N - :N b ' , ,f ,Q , Aff? ' Es! I:Le.4 :iv I 5 1 Y SNYDER - MEYLOR COMPANY DODGE PLYMOUTH CARS AND TRUCKS FERGUSON TRACTORS AND IMPLEMENTS New Leoder ond Grolnovotor Self Unloodmg Wagon Boxes SI-IELDON IOWA PI-IO O COINNOR 'MPLEMEINI J SHELDON IOWA ON HIGHWAY 33 PHONE 626 MCCormICI4 D rlng MCICl'IInery INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS AND REFRIGERATORS B'G 4 CIO OP PROCESSING ASSN SHELDON IOWA Soybean Processe rs NE as Q ,-X I I -- a -- I I - I I I I I I - I -- I I I , -2- 58 I I I I I I ' I I 1 v II I , -- I ' - on I ' Q . C., i ' I I I I I-- ....I- I-,.-..-,-I-,,., ,, - -- -,- -H, ,,,,,,- -I- I,,, - IAII -,A-I-. , A - ,,-H-W I . I ' . fc- I I I I ' I I 1. o ... 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SECOND GRADD FRONT ROW Perry Saune, Phyllis Verburg, Evelrn volt lzen, Juanita Mar anell, Myrna Wagenaar, Judy Mc Carty,Karen Koennick, Gleni e Ehlers, Freddie wagenaar, Naomi Ritter, BACK ROW Miss Strasser, Warren Hul t Colleen Cleveringa, Leslie Douma, Charles Wolthuizen, Donald rms, Darlene Rolfes, Helen Bolkema, Donald Koepnick, Donald Rozeboom, A12 .r' ' THIRD and FOURTH GRADES lst ROW Barbara Kaiser Judith Schwartz, Bonnie Ehlers, Marilyn Rolfes, Wanda Farnswor h, Paulette Lemkuil, Janice Den Beste, Donna Bogaard, Sharon Menke. 2nd ROW: Joan Youngers, Beatrice Ballou, Joann Harms, Lorraine Idso, Phyllis, Bruggom, Katherine Harkin, Roberta Blok Mary Kuiper Miss Payson,. 3rd ROW: Kenneth Williams, Jimmie Wagenaar, Stanley Lemkuil, Bradley Pietens, David Reeves, Arvin Verburg,Edw1n Wo1thuizen,David Ballou,RichDykgtrg ,ni J , .ng K9 " - nf f 'V' " . . f,Qf E' L f I il ', ' - 'Y' f . ',? 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YV I -, z Y '10 Q ' 'hs 'I 6 ,, .M ttyl I ' 4:4-:L u. 3 ii V . -'H W 4 41. :If 'D Y Compliments of State fBank Archer STERLING ARCHER LLOI D ARCHER W C HAHT H TIEMENS Reol Estote Loans Insurance ARCHER IOWA x l ff 9 ,. ..... - -.-..-,-.-..n-t,.-,-- - - -E - , - , - - -M- - + I iw Meri PRIMARY FRONT ROW link! Schwartz, Butch Ballou, Robert Waganaar Kenny B xter, Lmda Harwell, Lrmda Bogaara, Letha Bogaard, Blaine Peterson BACK ROW M s Tiemsns, Lyell Ballou, Stanley Schwartz, Daryl Van Heeteran, Jeannie Kleinheksel, Gladys Neiman, Ginger Ehlers 8 FIRST GRADE FRONT ROW: Bonnie Williams, Judy Haranell, Sharilyn Lemkuil, Brenda Farnsworth, Elizabeth Dykstra, Jack Youngers. BACK RGW: Miss Sleper, Margene Sorenson, Alice Buse Beth Funderman, Billie Ballou, Marilou Koapnick, Douglas Reenes. - ,. , ,F A - ' - - ' . ' Q N'- . 6 - . . . t . "JI Vg- M, A D La " ' ' , 111 4' I .' . 4 ' . HTA ' f ' "5 . ffe ,.-' 'X -4' -' 'hz-'..1l lu 'Q' 0 1 'MX A VIZY l A xl YD . . . 7 0 I J - - v , I, .X ' " . E 1 I ' ' 'hifi , 'i ' ' ' l f 'Q , 1 v .. --- - ' 1 xx , .e, t LI, tx I Y v,- ,i N - N 1 ' ,L SHERMAN MOTOR CO Slnce I934 Studeboker Cors ond Trucks Soles ond Service U S Tl es Mobllubrncotlon Modern Service Dept Complete Front End ond Wheel Boloncmg Equipment Phone 52 7l7 3rd Ave Sheldon JEANE S JEWELRY Everything In Jewelry ond Reponr Phone 3Ol Prlmghor owo Sf' UNDERS lce Creom Conoy Soft Drnnks ARCHER lOWA HFRMAN TIEMENS Representotuve of THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF U S A ARCHER IOWA ,Ig41nv Ki - -- W W 1 i I I l i . -- -0- - l l . . . . " ' ' E . . I' - 3 . . I . l . l l I - -0- - E . . l 1 - -0- v - , - g ' ' ' , Q ,X . 1 - - - l l F l ! F' " "F t :ji:TTLtQLf"""'-"'-"" """' '-"""'-' ""' "' """""""'ff"""'f'.""FT:T ":T''T"'fT","'l,'-"""'l"- l l l l Q w ' ' l l l i -- -0- -1 + -0- - I l l . l l , I l I ,. ' . l . . l E O l BROA- l ! 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KOOI ,BECK L Deoler In -- 0 IMPLEMENTS 0 LUMBER 0 FENCING ' OIL G GREASE Telephones Doy I6 Night 47 ARCHER IOWA -.. Q .- 2 , - ' 9 .,, .-.....n .... ..-.-,....-.,-..-.-.-.,-.-.--. -,- -, - - , , - - -,-,,- ,-l- -M - .P I GRADL NEWS PRIMARY October We made apple sauce for our Halloween Party We visited the F1re Statlon We saw the fire truck go out on a real fire alarm November We had a rrocery store unit Ve made a grocery store Lveryone returned hls dental card All received ice cream treats December Hand plaques were made for our mothers Also we gave a ChllStm3q provram 1D our room January Durlng th1s month we had a Frumt Unit We made fruit salad and lnvlted the FIPSU Grade to our party February We made a Valentlne Box for all our Valen tines Aprll This month we moved lnto our new room I wa certainly well liked by 111. May We planted a garden Je planted radlsh, I t tuce, onlons, and flower seeds also we took a traln ride to Sheldon We had ntreat m ney to spend Ihe Greenhouse was also vlslted FIRST GRADE We had several unlts but we llked the farm unlt best We made all our own bulldinp and anlmals another unit we llked was about 1ce cream stores We walked to Johnny's Cafe to buy lce crram cones Practically all of us had chicken pox tFlS Sometmmes there were only flve of us in chool SECOTR GRIDE Twenty pupils began thelr second grade 5 ar l I cting fall leaves and seeds During the year We celebrated the holidays and several blrthday with a party At Christmas we pre ented a program wlth th third and fourth graders for our others and f there lfter the Christmas rush was over and the sncw be gan to fall, wc constructed a post fflc , e l rned the values of stamps, how mall is arrled and dGllVeP6d wrote letters, collected stamps and even wrote past clrds to our parents after the snow and mud v catlcn was over, whlle we we e studying about mllk, we took a trip to the Sanborn creamery By the end of the year there were eighteen member in th class Le lie Douna and Naoml Ritter moved away - U' n ll' QV 'N ' c g . . , x . V - . f I 0 .. " I I Y T A Q T' Y. ' 1 . X . . ' , L, 1 S, . ' A . Q X.. '- J n 1 L I: V. . . 1 I L 53 4 . I I U Y - ' .1 f . Q ' a 4 K Q I 1 A -. - 1 . Q , 1 A - . A , .. t Q S 'cl ' f Tf 9 - . B 5 3 - , , N an , . f ,Q , - . . J A 1 9 I. ' 4 I 1 . . Q , is r 4. 5 r .L . me learned how lt was made, and why we can buy lt ln . I r ' -3 I . v--.,1 4 1 Tm: :Pg . . , , 1 S ' . 4 1 , 7 4 J- I ' vq fa , - ' L. GO "' Q3 . Rr. f fm . 5 Ll S 1 I . , S G TTI 551 , I a f "' , x O ' nd 7f"x fr- 4 1' L' in '43 . . . i . 1 a " , . , 1 -. ' L 4 C V! k P C O " ' I , Q f f ' , Y. . A . C ' 0 ., S , S fx cw ' ky 5 nl IC A ' ' 0 THIRD GRADE FOURTH GRADE We have had several units in our room. One was a study of building large buildings, during which we watched the workersbuilding our new gymnasium. Then we made booklets on nBuilding Our Gym'. Another was a town unit. We made a town of card board boxes Durlng thls time we walked downtown to see how the stores were arranged ln Archer and made a map wher we returned FIFTH GRADE We l arn d a lot of new and lnteresting things thls year In arlthmetic we learned how to add and subtract fractlons In health class we learned how our bodies work and how we should take care of them Most of us did a lot of outslde reading We all make at least six book reports Some of us made from eight to eleven reports on books we liked One of the projects in our roomthis year was the buildlng of a miniature town on our table This was a loneer town and we named lt nFrontier Town Each of us made a buildlng or some other artlcle for our town We also had a collection of unusual rocks in our room Some of the rocks contalned metal ores Some of us brought interesting rocks that we had found or collected When we studied about Indians we made some of the tools and artlcles they used We made a small teepee in one corner of our room We painted Indian designs on it We studied about the food they ate and the clothes they were SIXTH GRADE We started school on September wlth 16 members On October 26, we decided we needed a class club The officers were elected as follows Judy Ehlers Tres Karen McCarty Reporter Jim Rohwer On November 29 we decided to have a skating party on December 6 Then on Aprll 2h we had a Junior High skating party On May l we had a p1CniC Our room mother, Mrs Beckman, helped with our activities SEVENTH GRTDE Our class officers this year were President, Carole Lea Morfitt, Vlce P , Paul Saupe, Sec'y , Ruth Ann Clcvcringa, Tres , Larry Koepnick, Historian, Mar vis Krauss, and Reporter, Maryorle Koepnick . O Q . p . - . . yy L+ ' - President: Sharon Koepnick Vice P,: Rodney Harms Sgcfy.: .: 4 'gh , . . . Scvcnth Grade, con't Durlng this past yf r wc have had scvcrdl partles We had Halloween pdrty, 1 skstlnv Dirty and a olc nic Our hi tory baok wa nam d Fr dom's Fronticrs Wc lcarncd bout th d v lopncnt of ou country I thc flrst s 1 t r wo had sol noe ani t lS last soncst r wc nad hcalth In rcadlng wc oft n roll class and w ull cngoycd th poem wr road 1D our book Prose 1nd Poftry Journcfs J lso rocord d po n and storles In Jrt, whlch was t ught by W1 s Slopcr, wo made many niccthlnvs and we ngaj d naklng then dll Wo cannot toll cvcrjthlnv we l arncd or d1d this ycar but enjoyed all our sdbg cts cvcn thoubh th y s cmed hard at tlmos EIGHTH GR D c had 3 Magazino party dnd v nt roll r skat ng 'c worc lHV1tpd to thc Juni r High roll r sk tlng P Pty v nt ln the bus to Paullin for th Junior H Ba kctbmll Todrnamont We made history scrap books for PT BYHlblt 'Z A 1 . , . .IQ N' c A " c 9 ' r r ' r- 1 ' 3' ' " C' ' Q ' I " 0 . . S ' F , S ' ., C: L, 'E '5 , 3 V X F1 C C U Z. - I' .. , . 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