Archer High School - Eagle Yearbook (Archer, IA)

 - Class of 1952

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H a I i I i E E 9 K F E 3 Y E, E r S E E i E I 5 r ? 5 i E I I ! E Q E E i r I I E i 5 . 5 5 E I F I m,. 1nwL4.1masunbra-AJA:.:7uf'mLsusaafw.mnm.:gh .,.,, , ,, ,, A,-T -x.. ,-,.,--"' LIBRI ,i ---,.., J Z' L M, 7 ji? . 1, 'li fiwp gf? - Y'7"Q,-:ffm 3 S .a - . ,. D X , Published by the Cbmmercial Department of the Archer High School Archer, Iowa uses-un:-pf--n---.-.--gngp This Annual is dedicated to the Archer High School and the Graduates of 1952-'53. ' Our' special thanks and appreciation is extended to all of those who helped us put out this yearbook, and we sincerely hope that you enjoy reading the Eagle as much as we have enjoyed turning it out. The ANNUAL STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Marlene Idso ASSISTANT EDITOR Gloria Stofferan BUSINESS MANAGER Arlene Nieuwenhuis ASSIST. BUS. MANAGER Marvin Vanden Hull MUSIC REPORTER Karen Ver Hoef GRADE REPORTER Bob Tiemens SOCIAL REPORTER Marylis Philby SPORTS REPORTER Larry Krauss DNHNI T A ...ff V K . .K 'we ' if X Kgs 55 ,,,1.,: h ,rpm f' rw W N ggsf 21125 1, , If wwf all ,1i,X6,Q,fL-vsffffififif'kgBQQWQ' M, , YJ f v ,' :-1.,+:'-wff'I4x.9g F3 -m ,M-'4'-. .1 ' !""" 'K X ,fmfrg ag, X ' ww 'lfifi W 3542? M my f ,-ik.: A V NS. xxx '-N X X FACULTY Front Row: Mrs. Coates, Miss Sleper, Miss Brink, Miss Bogaard, Miss Gerischer, Mrs.'Stubbs. Back Row: Mr. Tarnasky, Mr. Good, Mr. Matzdorff, Mr. Heppler, Hr. Jensen, Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. McCri1l, Mrs. Jensen, Miss Dornbusch. MR. JENSEN - Superintendent Massena, Ia. - High School B. A. lathematics - Iowa State Teachers College H. L. Education - University of Southern Calif. Ph. D. Credit - University of Southern Calif. - University of Colorado HRS. CAMPBELL - Principal Sheldon High School Northwestern University - Evanston, Ill. B. A. - Education Major - History, English, Education Dept, - History, English, Soc. Sci., Gov't. IR. HATZDOHFY Storm Lake, Ia. - High School Buena Vista College B. A. Degree Dept. - Manual Arts, Commercial, Agric. H S. HCCRILL Algona, Ia. - High School Iowa State College and Augustana B. A. Degree Dept. - Home Ec., Vocations, Psychology MISS DORNBUSCH Paullina, Ia. - H1 h School Morningside Collegg B. S. M. Dept. - Music - Junior High MRS . JENSEN Hinton, Ia.-High School Morningside College Standard Secondary Cert. Dept. - Typing - Junior High MR. TARNASKY Lehe, N. D,-High School Dakota Business College Westmar College-LeNars B. A. Degree Standard Secondary Cert. Grad. Credit-Colo. State Teachers College-Greeley Dept. - Jr. H., Biology MR. HEPPLER Harris, Ia.-High School Buena Vista College Standard Secondary Cert. Dept. - Athletics, Mathemat1cs,k Jr.H. MR. GOOD Sheldon High School Sheldon Junior College Iowa State Teachers Col. Westmar College Advanced Elem. Cert. Dept. - Junior High Con't. - next page ' MORE NEWS ' MORE PICTURES ONLY AUDITED CIRCULATION IN THE ENTIRE SHELDON AREA "3,7OO PAPERS PRINTED EVERY WEEK" MAIL CIRCULATION IN THESE FOUR COUNTIES IS 85 Q6 GREATER THAN NEAREST COMPETITOR ...g... MORE PEOPLE READ THE SHELDO. MAIL THE WOODS NEWSPAPER Con't. from Faculty Page: MISS BRINK Hospers High School Northwestern Jr. Collegeg Orange City, Ia. Standard Elem. Cert. Dept. - Sth Grade KISS BOGAARD Orange City, Ia. - High School Northwestern Jr. College: Orange City, Ia. Standard Elem. Cert. Dept. - 3rd Grade MISS SLEPER Buffalo Cons. Schools Northwestern Jr. Collegeg Orange City, Ia. Standard Elem. Cert. Dept. - lst Grade 'lfllf-If-'Iii-H'i'41'4i"I!'4?4F KISS GERISCHER Slayton, Minn.-HighS. Augustana Collegeg Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Standard Elem. Cert. Dept. - lpth Grade H S. STUBBS Augustana Academy Augustana College Southern State Teachers Limited Elem. Cert. Dept. - 2nd Grade MRS. COATES Corsica, S .D. -High S. Northwestern Junior College Standard Elem. Cert. Dept. - Kindergarten ' .WWI ff", M, . N'2QW'2s:f X, . 'L T, .. alaska - Lu, i 5 L 2 BUSES AND DRIVERS Drivers, from left to right: John Tanner, George Sorenson, Jake Vanden Hull, Ray Farnsworth. icholson hme GRAIN - FEED COAL .il Q ...l.. ARCHER, IOWA PHONE 50 SLOAN MOTOR CO PANY FORD MERCURY SALES AND SERVICE PRIMGHAR, IOWA PHONE 58 R 4 L SCHOOL BOARD Seated-Left to Right: EARL BONDERMAN, PRES. MILDRED WATSON, SEC'Y. MILLARD MORFITT Standing-Left to Right: FLOYD MCQUEEN LEONARD BLDK MARTIN PAULSEN STUDENT COUNCIL Seated-left to right: Karen Verhoef, Marylis Philby LaVonne Brown, Judy Anderson Standing: Claire Dewaay, Vernon Nieuwenhuis Larry Krauss, Lowell Baxter SHERMAN MOTOR CO. Since I934 STUDEBAKER CARS AND TRUCKS Sales and Service ..1..11.- U. S. Tires Mobilubrication Modern Service Department Complete Front End and Wheel Balancing Equipment .lil- Phone 52 7l7 3rd Ave. Sheldon JEHUE MOTORS Sanborn, Iowa O L DS MO B I L E Sales and Service U. S. Royal Tires Dilco Batteries Alemite Lubrication Phone 365 B I LL'S TEXACO SERVICE "MARFAK LUBRICATIONH HANOLINE OILS l-.11 Phone 42 PRIMGHAR BRANDS BODY SHOP SHELDON, IOWA Phone 235 BODY AND FENDER REPAIR AND PAINTING RAY BRANDS, Prop. CUSTODIAN Mr. Charley Krauss COOKS Left to Right: Mrs. Te Paske, Mrs. Tanner, Mrs. Idso DE VRI ES' HARDWARE GENERAL HARDWARE HOME APPLIANCES WAYNE DE VRIES, Prop. Archer, Iowa PRINS' SURGE SERVICE SALES AND SERVICE Louclen Barn Equipment and Milkers Water Systems and Plumbing Dempster C1 McDonalds Primghar, Iowa Phone 367 Sheldon Paint and Wallpaper Store Paints -:- Wallpaper -:- Glass Installing and General Repair Across from New Hospital Highway I8 Phone 900 O'BRlEN COUNTY IMPLEMENT COMPANY .T-...--.- SHELDON, IOWA Phone 840 ..11i.-.- MASSEY HARRIS Sales and Service VERN SCHEMPER 1' ' 4 '45 ji. L. N. JENSEN, Supt. SYBIL M. CAMPBELL, Prin SGH .7 RICHARD EVENSON, Pres. MAYNARD DEBOER, Vice Pres EDITH DYKSTRA, Sec'y.-Tres. SADIE TEPASKE, Reporter CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '52 THE WHITE HOUSE "THIS IS THE SUIT STORE" SHELDON, lowA SHELDON ARMY-NAVY STORE 1.1. Q l...- WORK SHOES JACKETS WA TCHES LUGGAGE ......... Q ...T Phone 243 Sheldon, Iowo ELITE CLEANERS ...-........ Q .......-. "CLOTHES LOOK THEIR BEST WHEN CLEANED AND PRESSEDH .-.........g.....i... SANBORN - PRIMGHAR - ARCHER MARLENE DE BOOM GERALD PORTZ MARLYS IDSO DOUGLAS SCHNEIDER 355 .J 1 LEE'S STANDARD SERVICE COMPLETE ONE-STOP SERVICE Phone I95 PRIMGHAR, IOWA On Highway 59 SNYDER - MEYLOR COMPANY DODGE - PLYMOUTH cARs ,..1ell... Ferguson Tractors and Implements New Leader and Grainovator Self-Unloading Wagon Boxes Phone 58 Sheldon, Iowa Compl iments of - TANNER OIL STATION AutomobiIe Accessories Oil - Greases - Tires - Tubes and Batteries Phone 25 . ' Archer, Iowa 5gQ?Qw4ji du:gQ ii f M 4 ,I Q, IS ARLENE NIEUWENHUIS VERNON NIEUWENHU MARYLIS PHILBY i BENNY ROHWER MARLENE IDSO VAN'S HIGHWAY FURNITURE THE NORTHWEST'S FINEST DISPLAY OF FURNITURE Located On Highway I8 Phone 27 Sheldon, Iowa HOME FURNISHINGS FUNERAL DIRECTOR WATSON FURNITURE STORE Stoves - Washers Wollpoper and Points A Floor Coverings , SANBORN, IOWA Business Phone 41 Ries. Ph. 2 7 CONGRATULATIONS FROM: FARNSWORTH SKELLY STATION PRIMGHAR BEST WISHES . . SLEEP'S SKELLY STATION sHEI.DoN SENIORS AND THEIR ACTIVITIES MAYNARD DE BOER . . , . MARLENE DE BOOM EDITH DYKSTRA RICHARD EVENSON ARLIN HARMS ' Basketball: l,2,3i 5 of L Baseball: l,2,3, 5 of L Band: l,2,3,a Plays: 3,h Mixed Chorus: l52.3,M Boy's Glee: l,2,3 Operetta: 2,h Class Secy.: 2,Vice Pres.: A Ass. Editor of Newspaper: L Band: 1,2,3,M Mixed Chorus: l,2,3,h G1r1's Giee: 1,2,3,h Solo Music Contest: 2,3,h Madrigal: 3,H Plays: 1,3,h Operetta: 2,h PepC1ub: 1,2,3,h Brass Brass Mixed Sextette: 1 2 Quintette: E Chorus: l,2,3,M Girl's Glee: l,2,3,L Pep Club: l,2,3,M Sextette: M Operetta: 2,h Class Play: M Class Secy. E Treas.: M Basketball: 132,31 S ofva Baseball: l,2,3, 5 of A Band: l Operetta: 2 Mixed Chorus: l,2,3 Boy's Gleet l,2,3 Plays l,3,M Class President: A Band: l,2,3,h Operetta: 2,M Mixed chorus: 1,2,3 A Girl's Gleet 1,2,3,g Madrigal: 3,L ' ' ' Music Solo Contest: 1,2 3,h G1r1's sexueute: 1,2,3,i Pep Club: 1,2,3,L Pep Club Secy.: 3 Class Reporter: 3 Play: 3,h Magazine Sales Captain: H Newspaper Editor: M SENIORS AND ACTIVITIES, con't. MLARLENE IDSO MARLYS IDSO ARLENE NIEUWENHUIS Band: 1,2,3,h Pep Club: 1,2,3,L Mixed Chorus: l,2,3 H Girl's Gleel-Y ?,H:i ' Operetta: 2,1 Viayss 1,3,h Trumpet Trior5.Ban1 Secy.: 2 Brass Quartetue: 3.h Brass Quintette: M Madrigal: 2 Solo Contest: 1,2 Speech Contest: 3,h Magazine Business Mana er: 3 Newspaper Reporter: 2,5 Annual Staff Reporter: 2 Annual Business Manager: 3 Annual Editor: M Class President: I Cheerleader: l,2,3,h Barbaque Queen Candidate: M Valedictorianz M Band: l,2,3,h Gir1's Glee: 1,2,3,h Mixed Chorus: l,2,3,h G1r1's sextette: 2,3,h Maarigals 2 Pep c1ub:1,2: ,u Operetta: 2,h Plays: 1,3, Radio Speaking: M County D.A.R. Representative: M Newspaper Reporter: 2,3,h Student Council: 2 , Magazine Sales Captain: M Annual Reporter: 1 Class Vice President: 3 Mixed Chorus: 1,2,3 M Gir1's Glee: 1,2,3,R Twirlere 1,2,3 Class Play: 3,h Drum Majorette: M Cperetta:2,M: e1r1's sextette: 1,2,3,h Music Solo Contest: 1,3 Student Council Secy.: 3 Pep Club: 1,2,3,h Pep Club Pres,: 3 Assistant Editor of Annual: 3 Annual Business Manager: M Cheerleader: 2,h Barbaque Queen Candidate: L Salutatorianz M SENIORS AND ACTIVITIES, con't. VERNON NIEUWENHUIS MARYLIS PHILBY GERALD PORTZ BENNY ROHWER DOUGLAS S CHNE IDER Basketball: l,2,g-,Lp Baseball:l,2,3, 2'of L Band: 1,2 Class Play: 3,M Mixed Chorus: l52,3 Boy's Glee: l,2,3 Operetta: 2 class Representative: W Mixed Chorus: l,2,3,H Girl's Glee:'l52,3,L Twirler: l,2,3,h ' G1r1's sextette: l,2,3,h Speech Contest: M T. B. Radio Speaking: A Student Council Pres.: M Operetta: 2 Class Play: 3,h Librarian: 3,h Annual Reporter: L Pep Club: l,2,3,h Cheerleader: L Basketball: 3 Baseball: 3 Mixed Chorus: 2,3 Boy's Glee: 2,3 Student Council: 3 Class Play: 3,l4. Basketball: l,2,31h Baseball: l,2,3, 5 of M, Music Sole Cortest: 2 Band: Ll. Mixed Chorus:'lg2,3 Boy's Cleo: l,2,3 Trumpet Trio. 3 Brass Quartet: 3 ' Operetta: 2 Class Play: 3,h Student Council: 2 Clnss President: 3 Basketball:'lg253,L Baseball: li2,3, 5 of L Band: 2,3, 3 of'q Mixed Chorus: l52,3 Boy's Clee: l,2,3 ' Cperetta: 21 Plays: I,3,M Annual Staff Reporter: 2 Class President: 2 SENIOR'S ACTIVITIES, concluded: SADIE TE PASKE Mixed Chorus: l,2,3 Girl's Glee Club: l,2,3 Pep Club: l,2,3,h Operetta: 2 Class Play: 3,L Newspaper Reporter:lh Class Reporter: M Class Treasurer: 3 Radio Speaking: 3 e w a M M a w a a M a a 4 e a s CLASS OF l9S2iCOMM NCEMENT ' MAY ZTQQIQSE L Processional . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joan Shultz Invocation . . . , . . . . . Reverend Shultz Mixed Quartet . . . . Lo, a Voice to Heaven Sounding arr. Tschaikovsky My Task . . . . . . . Ashford Address . . . . . . . . . . . Charles B, Hoeven United States Representative Presentation of Eighth Grade . . . . . . , . . Mr. Good Junior High School Principal Presentation of Diplomas . . . . . . . , . . Mr. Jensen Superintendent Welcome to High School Q . . . . . Mrs. Campbell High School Principal Gift of Senior Memorial . . . . . . . Richard Evenson President, Senior Class Presentation of Senior Class , . . , , . . , Mr. Jensen Presentation df High School Diplomas . . . . . . . . by Mr. Earl Bonderman, Pres., Board of Education Trio , . . Prayer Perfect - Stenson . , Farewell Seniors Benediction . . . . . . . . . . . Q Reverend Shultz - 4 ee as ee as as as as as ee ee as CLASS MOTTO n . . . GOD FOR US3 WE FOR GOD CLASS FLOWER Q Q . . . . . . p WHITE ROSE CLASS COLORS . . . . . WINE AND WHITE CLASS PROPHECY FOR '52 . Well, folks, here we are at the Wor1d's Fair, August 21, 1970. It's a beeuuiful day in Chicago today. As I stand here viewing the crowd, I see hundreds of people- people from every walk of life: tall ones, short ones, fat ones, think ones, yesg folks, all kinds of people! We're going to be interviewing some of these folks today and here's our first one,--a very....distinguished looking fellow coming down the street to our stand. Your name, sir? nMaynard Albert DeBoern. And what's your occupation? . . . What's that? You are now perfecting a cure for red hair? . . . A scientist, eh? Best of luck to you in your outstanding experimmnt. seNow, who is this attractive young lady ing down the street? ... WMary11s Philby--I'm featur as a tightrope walker at the Fair this week.n Oh, I see: and do you find your work interesting? nYes, and exciting, too--I practice my act when I'm walking in my sleepin AOdd--but fascin- at1ng.+4And here's a shoe shine boy . . . what's your name, fella?' Douglas WRise an' Shinen Schneider? Well, well . . . and how's business? Slow progress makin' a million, shi' Ho, Ifd think it would be, we There's a young lady coming around the corner. Hello, ma'am, are you a housewife? WOh, gg, sir, I've been too nuteresumi in my writings. I've just completed a new dict1onary.' And what are you calling your publication, lady? UM, J. Idso's Unabridged Dictionary for the Absent-Mindod.U Fine!trWho is this pert-looking lady meeting us? Arlene J. Nieuwenhuis? So, you are the leader of the band at the University of Archer, Miss Nieuwcnhuiss Congratu- lations and good luck in your future directing! HHA fine looking gentleman is approaching our microphone....let's find out a little about him. Could you tell us yyour Name, Sir? WRev. Bernard Nathan Rohwer.n Ah, yes-a min- ister, I take it..,and where do you serve, Rev. Rohwer? WI have a lO-point circuit in Del Rio, Texas--where I also conduct a weekly radio program, preaching on nThe Ill Effects of Smoke and Drinkn. Thank you, sirg glad you could be at the fair today, as A strong-appearing woman is creating a disturbance across the way. We'll bring the mike over there and see what it's all about. Excuse me,--lady, would. you tell us your name, please? 0Sadie Te Paske, wadda a wanna know for?n Just curious-- ..a, what do you do for a living? nBeen wrestl1n'.... that's how I take in most of my doughg whassit ta you? W Have you been successful asba wrestler? nNatchural1y? I see, well, thank you, lady. tw Here comes an intell- igent looking woman. She's wearing a pin which tells us that she's the Editor of the New York Times. Your name is Arlin Harms? Uh, huh...come around later--and we can give your a scoop for your paper. COMPLIMENTS OF - - GI B TANNER'S BARBER SHOP A .Q 1 .-..- Q.. . ...- . .sn .vsrpohfv - --- -- -.Q -, .vnu ---9 ARCHER, IOWA SAUNDERS ICE CREAM - CANDY SOFT DRINKS " 94""LT - -'-..-!""J-'-IL..- .,.. ARCHER, IOWA b SPAIN BARBER SHOP BILL SPAIN, Prop. Sheldon, Iowa '-' f --'-1-:.:.---N, few --1---, ... .. .. , ,.... . .v - ,, HERMAN TIEMENS A Representative of THE EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY OF U. S. A V-,o ---- -- Archer, Iowa Class Prophecy, con't. Look at this tough character strutting down the street. What's that you say? Five hundred mile trophy at the Indianapolis Auto Races--ygg got that? Well, my dear sir, Congratulations! Yes, ladies and gentlemen, we've' just talked with Gerald Porta, a "w1nnder" at the races, said his inspiration for racing came to him in High School back in the early '5O's,1 Particularly inspiring to him were the racing antics of R. E. Evenson, a class- mate of his. Wt Queer, isn't itg that at the name of Evenson, a fellow comes running up to our corner push- ing an empty kiddy car! Well, fellow--what is your name? nhichard A. Evenson, of the Evenson Mfg. Co.' And what is your product? Kiddy Cars--both stationary and movable? How very interesting! eaHere comes a lady who looks like she's a friend to all children. Your name is Marlene DeBoomg what you do? nI'm advisor and custodian of an orphanage in Missouri.W Keep up the good work, Miss De Boom.wwA very neatly dressed and be-jeweled lady is approaching us. What is your Madam? WMrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr.--formerly Dykstra.W Pleased to meet you, Mrs. Rockefeller, your husband John for us. weHere comes a poet who know ity but you can tell b the feet --- they're fellows. lOldie !3n't it? -- How do you do? name, Edith greet don't long qFine' D If thank you.n What do you do? nlfm a oootess.W Ly, goodness, what's the name? NMarlys ldsa,n Ah, yes,v- we do have the privilege of meeting all salts of people here in Chicago. w4Goodness, look at this manxmiwlhg down this way. Hello, sir, who are you, anway? hver- non nBlubber and Tallown Nieuwenhuisn' -wand what is your occupation, sir--or is that an embarrasslng ques- tion--you needn't answer if you don't do any work, nCertainly I work--Ibm a famed radio star with my own program--'The Fatter Man". "When they make larger screens, I also expect to appear on television.N And our good wishes go with you, Mr. Nieuwenhuis for a most successful career. Well, folks, that's all the time we have--we might at this point inform you that this has been the nClass of '52 Review at the World's Fair in Chicago, and today we were delighted to meet the class from Archer, Iowa. We wish them, each and every one, success in the years to come, and much happ1ness.' 6?-3H'r4?-35-25 QHHHHHHHHHHHHZ- 1939 CLASS HISTORY 1952 In the fall of 1939 the primary room at Archer was rampaged by eleven newcomers who were about to begin an educational journey. Their engineer, who met them at the station, was Miss Obele Know Mrs, Joe Harmsl, who guided them until the first mile of the journey was completed. 'The passengers were: Norma 'EgdorQ, Rosemary Skipper, Frances Noteboom, Arlin Harms, Edith Dykstra, Arlene Nieuwenhuis, Marlys Idso, Carlyle Johnson, Richard Evenson, Benny Rohwer, and Marlene Idso. After learning the essential elements of know- ledge needed for a trip such as this we made our first stop and were greeted by our new conductor, Miss Rich- ardson. The same passengers boarded and during this next year we gained two new travelling companions, who were Sadie Te Paske and Marlys Koepnick, coming from a country school. In March of 'Ml Rosemary Skipper left us for another station. Our taxicab driver meeting us at the succeeding station to make us acquainted with our new locality, was Miss Den Hartog. As we turned the corner and saw the sign and and 3rd grade, we realized that the are mile of the journey had begun.' Under the patient supervision of Miss Den Hartog we explored new fields of readin', 'ritin', and 'rithmetic. During the course of this mile another passenger, Norma Egdorf, left and the the travellers still numbered ll, Mass Den phase of the start of Hartog stayed with us the next year, this journey taking us through 3rd grade. At the year new acquaintances were made. The Vanden Brink sisters,4 Elma and Faye, bought tic- kets for this fourth mile, increasing'Muano. of pass- engers to 134 Extra-curricular activity for the year for some students was chicken-pox. Evidently Frances Noteboom had had enough for she left us near the end of the year. Once again the settin is changed and we advanced to the nextncarn labeled with and Sth Graden. There, at the door, to greet us, was Mrs. Williams. There was our was and quite a bit of excitement for us this year. Among activities there was aprogram for the mothers. It presented in the spring, in honor of Mother's Day, a good time was enjoyed by all. Class History, con't. Another special feature of the year was a train ride to Sheldon. Both hth and Sth grades went along, with our teacher and some of the mothers acting as chaper- ones. An excess amount of steam was freed upon our decension from the train and for l solid day 25 kids romped around Sheldon, wide-eyed at the wonders of the soy been mill, dairy, bakery, Sheldon Mail Office, and the dime store. A new fave appearing on the scene in March of Qui Sth mlle of travel was Marlene De Boom, who came from lurolia. Henry Minton, a vague memory in the minds of most of us, came and wont like a cloud in tht sanmor sky, Carlyle Jchnwcrle family moved in March Ol this year and so did he, leaving J helpless boys, Dick and Benny, as prey to ten hth-grade girls! The rext fall brought no changis in the list uf passengers nor dla we have 5 new conductor, Dork clouds were seen on this mile which turned out to be little red spots, now commonly known as measles, The cloud passed, and eventually everyone returned to hard labor. Upon this course of the journey a sewing club was formed by the Sth grade girls, and a..? handicraft club by the boys. Results of this artistic experiment were exhibited in the spring of the year, Then . . . . another change of scene took place, Miss McNutt took on the burdensome task of directing us in the right paths of knowledge. Maurice Morales, a new companion on this our 7th mile of educational exploration, joined us to increase our enrollment to 13. At the termination of the year another fluctua- tion took place in our list of travellers. Elma and Faye Vanden Brink left, decreasing our number to ll. An accomplishment of the oth grade year was the organ- ization of the Audubon Bird Club for which membership we received pins upon which were painted colorful birds. As once more we boarded our moving vehicle of edu- cation, our travelling guide was again Miss McNutt, Included in our field of entertainment this year was an operetta, entitled, nFarmer in the Delln, which was well presented by the grades. This proved to be a lot of fun for all of us, The variation which took place concerning those aboard were Roger Crosbie, Marylis Philby, and Vernon Nieuwenhuis, who carried in their luggages of knowledge, and were directed to the car marked H7th Gradeu. We've neglected to mention t t 0Panchon, whose given name was Maurice Morales, le t. Now we numbered a wholesome, lively, intelligent 11. Class History, cen't. HALL ABOARDH--was the call we heard in the fall of 'L7 and when we glanced into the direction from whence it came we saw Mrs, Maxson whom we discovered to be our new travelling guide for Sth grade, Carlyle John- son, during this road of new experience,...joined us again along with Douglas Schneider, increasing our number to l5, This year we were saddened by the death of our instructor, Mrs. Maxson. In the absence of her bstitute teachers reckoned with us guidance several su for the 9th mile of the way. They were, Mrs. Millard Morfitt, Miss Melva Tiemens,'and Mrs. Dillavou. Upon arriving at the 9th milestone we received the verydis- tinguished title of Eighth Grade Graduates. New we were about to embark on our luxury liner, which was christened the AHS and promised an exciting and adventurous voyage. Looking at the ship's schedule the names of passengers aboard appeared as follows: Crosbie, Roger Koepnick, Marlys De Boer, Maynard Nieuwenhuis, Arlene De Boom, Marlene Nieuwenhuis, Vernon Dykstra, Edith Philby, Marylis Evenson, Richard Rohwer, Benny Harms, Arlin Schneider, Douglas Idso, Marlene Te Paske, Sadie Idso, Marlys Shortly after the anchor was up the horn blasted and we were off! Ship's captain was Supt. Ivan Maxsong Assistant Officers were: Mrs. John Campbell, Mr, H. W, Matzdorff, Mrs. McCrill, and Mr. Dale Kuhns. Our ini- tiation, coming shortly after, helped give us a good send-off on our Voyage. During the trip, Roger Cros- bie said good-by to us to continue his Voyage on the G.H.S. KGAZA HIGH SCHOOLI liner. At the end of this year we were all quite wellac- quainted with the most important manipulations of the AHS, but there was still a lotto learn. ' As the llth league of travel commenced we were time. A change in Jensen occupied the We initiated what they called a rough took place and Mr. L. N. place at the helm, under the sponsorship of Mr.-Matzdorff. the Freshmen and gave them captains It was during this course of sailing that we had part in presenting the operetta, uBelle of Baghdadn, under the direction of Mr. Kuhns. In March of 1950 another fellow joined our crew who answered to the name of Gerald Portz. Class History, con-'t..-.A Our trip progressed with 15 strong for the year of 'SO and"5l. -By this time we had become mature enough, to wear S16 rings to signify that we were Junior Mates on the AHS LINER. One highlight of the year was the Junior Class Play nPeck's Bad Boyu, directed by Mrs. Jensen. It was our privilege to give our play in the new gymnasium to a capacity crowd on the evening of the dedication of our new building. This was a memorable night in many ways. Midnway in the year one of our mates took sea sick with rheumatic fever and missed out on 9 weeks of the voyage. We missed Edith and were sorry she could not be with us during this part of our school experience. H Hitch Your Wagon to a Stern was the theme for our JuniorMSenior Banquet which we Juniors so industrious- ly prepared, There were changes, at the beginning of our Junior year, in the officials of the AHS. Mr. Kuhns did not return, but Mr. Ray Stolaas came as music director. He stayed for two weeks, heard the call of Uncle Sam and had to abandon ship, We were sorry to see Mr. Stolaas go, but did not want to dispute with the draft board. The vacant place, however, was very efficient- ly filled by Miss Arlene Dornbusch. Her direction helped give us a first rating in band at state and several other good ratings. As a whole, this was a very successful phase of the excursion. The next cry we heard was, NAll ashore that's going ashorcln. And then, ALL ABOARD, SENIORS OF 'SEI - Our trans- educational plane was right on time Sept. 3, 1951 and lh of the previous 15 Juniors boarded, preparing todMf max this journey of which we have been speaking, The decrease from 15 to lk members was due to the fact that Marlys Koepnick was influenced by Cupid and mar- ried in the sum er previous to our Senior year. Thus, we began our Senior year, appreciating some of the advantages that Seniors are granted. Last fall we all enjoyed a trip to Sioux City to have our pic- tures taken and see whether or not the photographer could flatter us, He did, After a half-day of photo- graphy we toured Morningside College, the Police Dep't, and the Good-Will Industries Mission. . Class History, concluded: In December we acted as hosts and hostesses at the High School Christmas party. Our next major activity was the Senior Class Play, WOur Hearts Were Young and Gayn, under the very able direction of Mrs. Coates and Miss Bogaard. At present we are looking forward to Skip Day, Bac- calaureate Services and Ccmmencement.' And now, with less than two weeks of school left, this journey is nearly complete. Our pilot is speculating a landing and soon we'll have our feet on the ground. This time it will be different, though, we'll have to stand up for ourselves, cannot depend wholly on travelling guides. No teacher can make our decisions for us-- there will be no instructor to whom we can take our problems, This journey of all journeys will soon be at an end and never can we make such a trip again, But as we look back over the 13 years that have just passed, remembering the new paths travelled, roads which were sometimes rough, and the pleasant by-ways, we know that this experience will live in each of our hearts and benefit us in the future. Now we'll each board different planes and go our separate ways. Yet, this we have in common: the Memories -- and . .the title, nGraduate of AHS in '52n. -25 -3? 66 -29 4? 45 49 46 6? -26 65 TRAFFIC TALES fShockJ - Officer - NExplain how you came to knock this man down.n Richard - UI never touched him, Officer, I just stopped my car to let him across . . . . and he fainted.n Marylis: nAm I driving too fast7' Marv: WEdther that, or you're flying too low.n Glancing into the future - lq7O" A policeman stopped a driver to tell him that he had no taillight. Douglas S, got out of his car, took one look, and turned pale. The policeman assured him his offence was not that bad. Still the motorist appeared shaken by his exper- ence, ' ' UThere is no tail1ight,n Doug admitted, WBut nei- ther is there a trailer with my wife and family in it! I ' "' I ' 1 sr u mL '15 u' uf 15 :L U u fr we 1- 1s if wr Q. m -lc 12- CLASS WILL OF 1952 GRADUATES We, the Senior Class of '52 do make our last will as follows: We devise and bequeath to the class of '53 the desks on the north side of the assembly and any items left in them, plus the honored title, 'Seniors'. Individually we do give and bequeath as follows: I. II. III. IV, Va' vii. Qdiih Qykgjga, do give and bequeath my appe- I, tits to Lila, my dark hair to Ronald Sf, any junk lying around to anybody who wants it, and my best wishes to the Seniors of '533 I, Qggald Portz, do give and bequeath my ability to play ping pong to Keith Verburg, my getting along with teachers to Jens, my willingness to do as directed to Keith Smithers, the pleasure of putting on a play to the Seniors of '53, and any- thing remaining to anyone who needs it or whoever wants it, I, Arlene Nieuwgnhuis, do give and bequeath my interest in basketball to Marge, my baton to Nor- man Philby, my strutting technique to Larry Krauss, my freckles to George Blankers, my hiking experience to Gloria, my good times in highsbhool to La Verna, and my best wishes for success to the class of '53, I, Marlene Q3 Boom, do give and bequeath my faded jeans to Larry M., my npoodlen hair style to Lila, all my girl friends to Keith V., all my bookkeep- ing papers to anyone who finds them useful, and the best of luck to the friendly Seniors of '53, I, Douglas Schneider, do give and bequeath any boogy bears that are found to Marge, all spare Ford parts to Jens, my ability to behave in the assembly to Larry K., and best wishes to the class of '53, I, Marylis Philby, do give and bequeath my giggle to Gloria, my cheerleading sweater to Marge, all my long finger nails to Kathleen, my height to Marv, my front seat in the assembly to Ray P., my ability to swim without water to anyone who doesn't know how, and all my good times in high- school to the class of 1953. I, Vernon Nieuwenhuis, do give and bequeath my I, Sadie 23 Paske, Class Will, con't. VII, VIIL IX. X. XI. XII, XIII. I, Richard Evenson, do give and bequeath my abil- ity to pay attention in class to Keith S., my ability to hang junk on my car to Squeek, and all the rest of my natural abilities to Robert B. I, Marlys Idso, do give and bequeath my driving abilities to Karen, my interest in sports U:Jean, all lost 2nd clarinet music to Lois, my weight to Larry K., and the wonderful times entitled to Seniors to the class of 1953. ability to keep my to stay in school George B., and all anybody that wants car clean to Wayne, my ability without getting kicked out to my other natural talents to them. do give and bequeath my blond my ability to talk in class to hair to Ray Portz, Lila, my ability to get along with the Storms to Jeanette Rolfes, my bookkeeping papers to Audrey Koepnick, anything left in the school house to Charlie, and my best wishes for a happy Senior year to the Juniors. I, Maynard QQ Boer, do give and bequeath my front seat to Jens, my ability to play the trumpet to Claire, my red hair to Joan, and my old green ford to Bob T, , W I, Marlene Idso, do give 'and bequeath my gift of gab during school time without permission to Evelyn R,, my blue notes in band to Claire D., my freakish nickname to Fuzzy, my ability for day- dreaming to Bob T., my cheerleading experiences to Ronnie Storms, my best wishes to the basketbaD. team and cheerleaders for a successful season in '52 and '53 and the same to the Graduates of '53, I, Benny Rohwer, do give and bequeath my will- power for getting home early at night to Wayne,my unfinished arguments to Bob, my typewriting abil-- ities to Evalina, and my enjoyment of Gov't. classes to Claire D. -S Class Will, concluded: XIV. I, Arlin Harms, do give and bequeath my junky desk to Larry Krauss, my freckles to Karen, my mischievous character to Mary Ann, my sneezing to Keith S., my bookkeeping grades to anybody dumb enough to accept them, my liking for raw cabbage and carrots to Marv, and all the good times and unforgettable moments of good 'ole AHS to the class of '53, In witness where of our foregoing instrument has been signed and sealed by the said Senior Class of '52 at Archer, Iowa on May 6, 1952, -f 'Ii'-!I"i5-'iiil-N486-E2-4!-41--!!'4?45 PASSED BY THE NON-SENSOR Archer Citizen - WLook here, boy, what are you doing in my melon patch?' Norman V. - nI'm so glad you came--one of your mel- ons broke loose, and I can't seem to find how to fasten it on again.n Maynard, describing an encounter with an opponent: nThrust1ng my nose firmly between his teeth, I threw him heavily to the ground on top of me.n Fuzzy: WMy Uncle B111 claims he has the Iaziest rooster in the wor1d.n Haroldznwhat does he mean by that?n Fuzzy: nHe never crows, but waits until some other roos- ter crows, and then nods his head.n Sweet Young Thing: Sorry, I don't go out with perfect strangerssn Benny: nThat's all right--I'm not perfect!N Arlene: UI saw you winking at a girl on the corner the other day.W Vernie: nI wasn't winking. That's a busy corner and something got in my eye.n Arlene: WI noticed she got in your car, too.U Douglas: UYour eyes fascinate me. I see dew in them.u Marlys I.: WUnpucker your lips, big boy. That isn't 'do' you see. That's 'don't'!n -354541-iii?-394941-41'-2? N V V x aw 'Q JUNIOR CLASS BACK ROW! Mrs. McCri113 sponsor, Jens Sorenson, Marvin VandenHul1, Bob Tiemens, Larry Krauss. FRONT ROW: Gloria Stofferan, Lila TePaske, Karen VerHoef, Jean Bonderman, Evelyn Rozeboom, Marjory Alberts CLASS OFFICERS GLORIA STOFFERAN MARVIN VANDENHULL BOB TIEMENS LARRY KRAUSS CLAS KAREN VERHOEF S REPRESENTATIVES PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SEC 'Y-TREAS . REPORTER LARRY KRAUSS O'CONNOR IMPLEMENTS On Highway 33 SHELDON, IOWA Phone: 626 MCCORMICK - DEERING MACHINERY INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS AND REFRIGERATOR5 LUMBER - FENCE J. F. ANDERSON LUMBER COMPANY C. W. SCOLES, Manager -- Phone 70 -1- SANBORN, IOWA PAINT -1- COAL Xl M H 5 x ! N ff -, X .f .. xx X Ls M5 X gf: ,N I W we: 999 ,,.- ' I ...T- l UP aa FRESHMAN CLASS lst Row: Lois Bonderman, Joan Shultz, Judy Anderson, Charlotte Dykstra, Evalena Fykstra, LaVerna Nieuwenhuis. 2nd Row: Patricia Ballou, Glenda Blok, Kathleen Lemkuil, Audrey Koepnick, Rita Dolphin. 3rd Row: Keith Verburg, George Blankers, Harold Muilenburg, Norman VanDonslear, Lowell Baxter, and Mr. Heppler, Sponsor. Class Officers: Pres. - Joan Shultz Sec'y. Tres.-Norman VanDons1ear V.Pres.-Kathleen Lemkuil Reporter - Judy Andersen Clase Representatives: Judy Andersen and Lowell Baxter SOPHOMOHE CLASS lst Row: Glenda Morfitt, Margene DeKok, Mary Ann Jarville, Darlene Harms, Jeanette Rolfes, LaVonne Brown, Leona Grooters. 2nd Row: Larry Menke, Norman Philby, Ray Portz, Wayne McQueen, Ronald Storm, Keith Smithers, Robert Blankers, Claire Dewaay, Mr. Matzdorffg Sponsor.-Class Rep.: LaVonne Brown R Claire Dewaay u Offi g Pr , - G1 d M fitt S ' . Tres. - Leona Grooters Class cars V.g:es. - Egrganoghilby Rggogter - Margene DeKok Compliments of . . Archer Co-Operative rain Compan ' LUMBER ' MACHINERY ' ALL, KINDS OF COAL ' FEED ' INSECTICIDE ' D DT .....,.1g.....i IVAN SOUMMA, Manager Phone 12 Archer, Iowo fx x I 'f w i? "4-ff N dn K-, ,,.. i K I X X "Q Xi X I If '55 1 9 ' xW71""'x' jj X X A f f .Q, ,Q f A x 1 iff ' W MUSIC DEPARTMENT The music department this year, has really been kept busy. We've had a good band, which helped out for many programs. I think everyone enjoys hearing them play. Much to our regret, our glee clubs have decreased in number, probably not in volume, however! Archer was represented very well at our state pre liminary contest for solo R small groups atlbdc Rapids. Ratings on the 21 entries were two I's and twelve II's. The two I ratings went on to the State Music Contest at Perry, Iowa. The returns from this contest were that both contestantsg Gloria Stofferan with her vocal solo, nBesidd Still Watersn, and Joan Shultz with her piano- solo, nThe Cat and Mousen received II ratings which we all feel is work well done. The Band attended an O'Brien County Band Festiva? at Primghar at which all had a good time, playing in a 250 piece band. ' The music department also presented a fine operetta. entitled the nSunbonnet Girln. Every one worked hard on this, and it went over nwith a bangn. Our special thanks go to Miss Dornbusch for working so hard with every one, and Mrs. Youngers as President of the Band Boosters for securing new music and co-oper- ating with us in every way. Our large group music gcontest at Sutherland was a success also. Our Band received a I rating and our Girl's Glee Club and Mixed Chorus received II's. There is no preliminary state contest for large groups. April lO our band marched at Sheldon for a marching band festival. Although our band received no rating everyone had a rather cold, but good time. We also had the chance to march at the Tulip Festival in Orange City on May 17. Arlene Nieuwenhuis was our Drum Majorette this year, and she did the job nicely. u v v I 15 xg xg ,gg v ig ur we 1: if Gs 7s 1. 1. sr 7m Murder on a High Note Bob: HI heard you singing this morning.n Karen: nOh, I was just singing to kill time.n Bob: nwell, you certainly had a good weapon.n wedding wit Mother and daughter were busy with the wedding plans. nWe have so much to don, said Sadie, Wwe must not forget the most insignificant detail.n Mrs. Te Paske: nOh, don't worry about him--he'll be there.n - 45 49 65 45 45 46 4? 45 45 6? V GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Back row: Gordean Habermill, Marlene DeBoom, Sheryl Storm, Alice Beltman, Beverly Bolkema, Janice Williams, Marjorie Koepnlck, Ruth Ann Cleveringa, and Glenda Reekers. Second row:M1ss Dornbuschg Director, Audrey Koepnick, Marjory Alberts, Arlin Harms, Marlene Idso, Marlya Idso, Arlene Nieuwenhuis, Edith Dykstra, Judy Anderson, Karen Verhoe , Marvis Krauss. Front row: Joan Shultz, Patricia Ballou, Marylis Philby, Gloria Stofferan, Glenda Morfitt, Margene DeKok, Glenda Blok, Jean Bonderman, Thelma Peelen, Joanne Nlebuhr, Carol Lea Morfitt. -Wil BOYS' GLEE CLUB Standing, Left to Right: Maynard DeBoer, Bob Tiemens, Marvin Vanden Hull, Miss Dornbuschg Director, Harold Muilenburg, Larry Koepnick, and Claire Dewaay. Seated: Paul Sauge, George Blankers, Robert Blankers, Norman Van Dons ear, Norman Philby, and Ray Portz. KLEI NHEKSEL'S CAFE MEALS - LUNCHES HOME MADE PIE FENN'S ICE CREAM ARCHER, IOWA WAYNE ANDERSON MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY SUPPLY Fresh Fruits - Vegetables Meats of AII Kinds "We Trim Our Meats, but Not Our Customers" ARCHER, IOWA STANDARD CAFE THE BEST IN FOOD C1 BEVERAGES "Where Your Friends Meet Their Friends" On Highway I8 - Bus Depot - Ph. 286 Sanborn, Iowa SHERIDAN'S VARIETY STORE PRIMGHAR - :- SANBORN ,,--.-v---Y,,- -Q E lf, BAND Back Row: George Blankers, Larry Koepnick, Claire Dewaay, Bob Tiemens, Maynard DeBoer, Robert Blankers, Norman VanDons1ear, RmU.Saupe. Middle Row:Beverly Bolkema, Miss Dornbuschg Director, Marjorie Koepnick, Sharon Koepnick, Gloria Stofferan, Margene De Kok, Thelma Peelen, Arlin Harms, Glenda Morfitt, Marlene De Boom, Evelyn Rozeboom, Marjory Alberts. Front Row: LaVerna Nieuwenhuis, Marlys Idso, Lois Bonderman, Alice Beltman, Carol Lea Morfitt, Marvin Vanden Hull, Marvie Krauss, Marlene Idso, Audrey Koepnick, Glenda Blok. Twirlers: Marylis Philby, Arlene Nieuwenhuis, Glenda Reekers, Ruth Ann Cleveringa, Judy Anderson, Janice Williams, Karen Ver Hoof, Patricia Ballou. F MIXED CHORUS Back Row: Paul Saupe, George Blankers, Robert Blankers, Harold Muilenburg, Bob Tiemens, Marvin Vanden Hull, Maynard DeBoer, Claire Dewaay, Larry Koepnick, Norman VanDonslear, Norman Philby, Ray Portz. Middle Row:Marlene Idso, Edith Dykstra, Arlene Nieuwenhuis, Arlin Harms, Jean Bonderman, Marlene DeBoom, Karen Ver Hoef, Marjory Alberts, Miss Dornbuschg Director. Front Row: Marylis Philby, Marlys Idso, Glenda Blok, Patricia Ballou, Joan Shultz, Glenda Morfitt, Judy Anderson, Margene De Kok, Gloria Stofferan, Audrey Koepnick. -.-.-.-.-Y.-4.-.-.A -4.-LA.-.-.-v-.-., v-fv-.Aan-f .-,,-,-,-J: SWANSON'S SUPER STORES GROCERHES - MEATS - LOCKER SERVICE SHELDON, IOWA GREENLEE FOOD MARKET QUUALITY MEATS, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES LOCKERS AND PROCESSING Phone 206 -:- Primghor, lowo CHUCK'S GROCERY FANCY MEATS -:- QUALITY GROCERIES FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Phone H8 Sanborn, lowo BRASS QUARTETTE Audrey Koepnick, Robert Blankers, Marlene Idso, Claire Dewaay BRASS QUINTETTE Audrey Koepnick, Robert Blankers, Marlene Idso, Claire Dewaay, Marlene DeBoom BEST WISI-IES FROM . . PRI NCE'S THEATRE SANBORN, IOWA JOHN'S SHOE STORE -.-1... JOHN GANZEVOORT- Prop. SHELDON, 1owA EXPERT SHOE FITTING THE REXALL DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTIONS Cosmetics -2- Fountain Service FAUST 6' HOYE SHELDON, IOWA NEARY'S DRUG STORE WM. H. 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MIXED QUARTETTE L. to R.: Bob Tiemens, Gloria Stofferan, Margene DeKok, Claire Dewaay VENETIAN BLINDS REPAIRI NG Shades Traverse Rods Cornicles FREE ESTIMATES SHELDON VENETIAN ANDERSON BLACKSM ITH SHOP ,...i.-....1- ALL KINDS OF WELDING GENERAL BLACKSMITH BLIND CO. Phone 690 413 6th Ave. Sheldon Phone 56 Archer HUNTTING ELEVATOR COMP'-'MENT5 OF .... COMPANY ALTO-N Dealers In RENDERING COMPANY GRAIN - FEED - COAL - SEE DS ill- Sanbornl IQWQ 1 1 I ANNUAL STAFF Seated: Arlene Nieuwenhuis, Marlene Idsog Editor, Gloria Stofferan Standing: Marylis Philby, Karen Verhoef, Marvin Vanden Hull, Bob Tiemens, Larry Krauss. lyk iii -T. NEWSPAPER STAFF Seated: Ray Portz, Maynard DeBoer, Arlln Harmsg Editor, Marvin Vanden Hull, Lowell Baxter. Standing: Marlys Idso, Marlene Idso, Mar-gene DeKok, Sadie TePaske, Judy Anderson. S E I V E R T ' S QUALITY FURNITURE -1- ARMSTRONG LINOLEUM MODERN FUNERAL HOME Phones: Day, 40 - Night, 55 Primghor, Iowo WE FEATURE FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION MADE TO ORDER SH ELDON GREENHOUSE WHEN YOU THINK OF FLOWERS THINK OF OURS Phone I78 311 W, 9th St. Sheldon, lowo HUNT'S DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTIONS JEWELRY MAGAZINES FILMS PANGBORNE'S AND WHITMAN'S CANDIES Phone I4 Primghor, Iowa SOCIAL NEWS The Sophomores gave an Initiation Party for the Freshf men, Wednesday evening, Sept. 20, 1951. The girls wore M-buckle overshoes, gunny sacks and men's shirts back- wards with onions around their necks. The boys were gun- ny sacks and also onions. The entire High School was invited and everyone had an enjoyable time. A delicious lunch was served at the close of the evening. ' The losers of the magazine subscription contest gave the winners a theater party at Paullina, Marlys Idso and Arlin Harms acted as captains of the two teams and Terry Harkins was the Business Manager. Refreshments were served after the movie with the Curtis Publishing Company furnishing the ice cream. The A. H. S. students spread cheer the night ofihe Christmas Party by singing carols at several homes in Archer. They then returned to the school to open gifts and play games. The Seniors served us a delicious k appetizing lunch in the gayly decorated gym. February 13, the Juniors sponsored a gym party. Many kinds of entertainment were available, including relays, basketball, and games, after which lunch was served. We enjoyed the evening very much, Juniors. On April 16 the Freshmen gave the High School a movie party. A bus trip took us to Sibley where the movie, NThe Daughter of Rosie O'GradyU was enjoyed by all,' We returned to the school house where lunch was served, The Parkinson's presented a very educational program last Fall. This is an annual program, Mr. Parkinson, who originated the program, performed this year. BANQUET REVIEW Basketball Banquet - The basketball players and cheer- leaders were entertained by their mothers at a lovely banquet this spring. Miniature cheerleaders decorated the tables. Mbvies were enjoyed in the latter part of the evening. The dinner was delicious! Thank you, Mothers, for a swell evening, Junior-Senior Banguet-The Seniors were honored at a fTneA"55zT1uetl on Miay 7, "Moonlight and Roses" was the well-thought-out theme. Decorations were in Wine and White, the class colors. A delicious meal was served after which we all enjoyed Mr. Brooks from Minnesota, a notable magician. ' LE P59 Qc x z S ., . J, W 4 . , 2 fi ' f X H I f ER -V x f ' V. 55,1 IR ' N .ffm ' A2Q" S I Qin V ' E A A f Ng I 1 W, 5'wau n 4 A ,- - - w 4 Q 1 ,Sago ,,:,A 5 f rajgi C I -falmm :'- :.' S 5 7 K w t M Y jp' A E n en,o x A C A p- A , A A WTS QQQ. I . Q ,. ' ' nf , ml r v u gl. A, X K me K K , inf" 51 54 , My 1-vwvf BASKETBALL SQUAD Back row: Norman Philby, Larry Menke, Coach Heppler, Ray Portz, Lowell Baxter. Second row: Keith Smithers, Harold Muilenburg, Ronald Storm, Claire Dewaay, Norman Van Donslear. Seated: Larry Krauss, Benny Hohner, Douglas Schneider, Vernon Nieuwenhuis, Marvin VandenHu11, Bob Tiemens. CH,-1 ' 'ff K 1, f"'v'a 'Q 1' f ,f., C H J H 6 H E: C H L A Y Q 9 s A , 18 F4 4' f -Lhv . 'i A - 5 , . L' , Q of C ff ,CJ C av 1 Aer r wygn if i' 2 ??fiif?b is pf l WQAaa5?Z?gH ?:3 L v-0 W W' h awww: . I EE: 'I I , rfflw Q. f ' A I ' A .Q BASEBALL SQUAD Back row: Lowell Baxter, Norman Van Donslear, Ray Portz, Norman Philby. Second row: Wayne McQueen, Larry Menke, Bob Tiemens, Ronald Storm, Claire Dewaay, Coach Heppler. Seated: Larry Krauss, Richard Evenson, Marvin Vanden Hull, Jens Sorenson, Harold Muilenburg. M C7 M CLOVER FARM STORE "The Home of Quality Food" Phone 70 Sheldon, Iowa BAKERY Wedding Parties Our Specialty BAKERY TASTY PASTRIES PRIMGHAR BAKERY "YOU'VE TRIED THE REST -- NOW TRY THE BEST" Phone l68 -'- Primghor, Iowa BERGEN'S STORE "YOUR ONE STOP SHOPPING CENTER" PRIMGHAR, IOWA ..1...T.g...i..-. Quolity Groceries - Meats - Dry Goods - Clothing ond Shoes For the Entire Family ATHLETICS BASEBALL Wayne McQueen .2 O or 25Z Keith Smithers .1,3 or lhi Ronnie Storms .2 9 or 27? Marvin Vanden Hull .355 or 362 Claire Dewaay .257 or 265 Jens Sorenson .OBM or 32 Richard Evenson .1Z9 or 185 Harold Muilenburg .2 1 or 26? Norman Van Donslear .200 or 205 Larry Krauss .333 or 335 Benny Rohwer .063 or 65 Norman Philby .308 or 312 Larry Menke .222 or 222 Bob Tiomens .Soo or 50? Pitoher's Records Vanden Hull Storms Won: 3 Lost: 5 Won: 0 Lost. 1 1. 1 Fall Baseball Wins: Losses: 6 BASKETBALL Name Total Points Av. pointsfgame Marvin Vanden Hull 165 Z Benny Rohwer 105 Douglas Schneider 105 7 Vernon Ndeuwenhuis 86 Bob Tiemens 57 Larry Krauss 17 2 Larry Menke 92 L Ronnie Storms 83. 5 Claire DeWaay 57 3 Norman Philby 26 1 Wayne McQueen 5g f Keith Smithers 2 Lowell Baxter 5 .5 Norman Van Donslear 6 2 Harold Muilenburg 155 6 ll Game.n When The Great Scorer Comes To Write Against Your Name, It Matters Not Who Won Or Lostg But How You Played The S- 'CHEERLEADERSH Left to Right: Marylls Philby, Arlene Nleunenhuis Marlene Idso, Marjory Alberts Third row: Second row: First row: PEP CLUB n- um Back row: Marylis Philby, Arlene Nieuwenhuis Marlene Idso, Marjory Alberts, Cheerleaders Audrey Koepnick, Lila TePaske, Marlene DeBoom, Robert Blankers, George Blankers, Keith Verburg, Edith Dykstra Arlin Harms, Sadie TePaske, Evelyn Rozeboom. Marlys Idso, Jean Bonderman, Margene DeKok, Glenda Morfitt, Judy Anderson, Glenda Blok, LaVonne Brown, Leona Grooters, Jeanette Rolfes, Darlyne Harms, Mrs. Stubbs, Sponsor. Patricia Ballou, Joan Shultz, Karen Verhoef, Lois Bonderman, Mary Ann Jarville, Rita Dolphin, Evalena Fykstra, Kathleen Lemkuil, LaVerna Nieuwenhuis, Charlotte Dykstra, Gloria Stofferan. President . Vice Pres. Secretary . Sponsor-Mrs. . Gloria Stofferan . .Marlys Idso . . Evelyn Rozeboom Stubbs KAISER ELECTRIC PHONE zs - ARCHER HOUSEWIRING -:- FIXTURES -:- APPLIANCES ELECTRICAL REPAIR NICHOLSON STUDIO SHELDON, IOWA .....l... Q ............ PORTRAITS - COMMERCIAL PHOTOS - COPYING ENLARGING - PHOTOSTATS - OIL COLORING IFormerIy CoIe's Studiol Phone 265 ANYTIME - ANYWHERE - ANYTHING Box 647 THE SHELDON SUN NEWS WHILE uT's NEWS iL1i1-- Published Mondays ond Thursdays HIGHEST QUALITY JOB PRINTING --,--.f-.n -,-- JUNIOR HIGH Back Row - Left to Right - 8th Grade Roger Lemkuil, Gary Ballou, Leo Kuiper, Paul Saupe, Marlin Idso, Gary DeBoom, Larry Koepnick, Sheryl Storm, Beverly Bolkema, Alice Beltman, Janice Williams, Joanne Niebuhr, Glenda Reekers, Ruth Ann Cleverlnga, Marjorie Koepnick, Marvis Krauss, Carol Lea Morfitt, Thelma Peelen,GordeanIkbenmHl Middle Row - Left to Right - 7th Grade Mr. Tarnasky, Arlene Beckmann, Willa Jean Harms, Marcella Rolfes, Norene Nieuwenhuis, Sharon Koepnick, Karen McCarty, Bruce Stofferan, Rodney Harms, Henry Wagenaar, Donald Bh dnns, Jimmy Rohwer, Ted Tiemens, Dennis Anderson, Donald Menke, Mr. Good. Front row - Left to Right - 6th Grade Dick Bogaard, Larry Lee Bruggom, David De Kok, Tom Williams, Charles Rolfes, Raymond Buse, Ernest Sorenson, Nancy Alberts, Jerry Jo Saunders, Stanley Wilkins, Wendell Fykstra, Warner Bonderman, Douglas Morfitt, Larry Dolphin. JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS Carol Lea Morfitt, Sharon Koepnick, Ruth Ann Cleveringa, JmuceW1IUams COMPLIMENTS OF - - THE O'BRIEN COUNTY BELL COMPLIMENTS or ED. G. BARTLES G SON J E W E L R Y A County Newspaper For Every Home in O'BRIEN COUNTY South 3rd Ave. Sheldon PRIMGHAR REAGAN BEAUTY SALON COMPLIMENTS For Appointment Coll 3l5 OF Co plete Service Cold Vrcu-ve Permonents Personalized Service PRIMGHAR "Air Conditioned" 310 3rd Ave. Sheldon K 4 I JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM Seated-Left to Right: Henry Wagenaar, Roger Lemkuil, Gary DeBoom, Marlin Idso, Paul Saupe, and Leo Kuiper. Standing: Dennis Anderson, Jim Rohwer, Ted Tiemens, Bruce Stofferan, Donald Blankers, Donald Menke, and Coach Heppler. I JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM Back row: Nancy Alberts, Beverly Bolkema, Karen McCarty, Sheryl Storm, Janice Williams, and Norene Nieuwenhuis. Front row: Thelma Peelen, Sharon Koepnick, Marjorie Koepnick,MarvisKhmeg Carol Lea Morfitt, Glenda Reekers, Ruth Ann Cleveringa, and Joanne Niebuhr. Congratulations from ..... FIRST NATIONAL BANK PRIMGHAR, lowA CAPITAL AND SURPLUS SIs15o,ooo.oo PRIMGHAR SAVINGS BANK YOUR FRIENDLY FARMERS AND STOCKMEN'S BANK PRIMGHAR AND GAZA, IOWA Congratulations from . . . THE O'BRIEN COUNTY FARM BUREAU "THE vonce OF ORGANIZED AGRICULTURE" Primghar, Iowa Phone 403 FOURTH GRADE Back row: Paul Marley, James Wagenaar, Norman Appleton, David Reeves, Richard Dykstra, Kenneth Williams, Miss Gerischer Front row: Sharon Menke, Wanda Farnsworth, Barbara Kaiser, Joan Harms, Lorraine Idso, Judy Schwartz, Paulette Lemkuil, Joan Youngers. Back row: Front row: FIFTH GRADE Stanley Lemkuil, Voly Louderback, Arvin Verburg, Bradley Pietens, Edwin Wolthuizen, David Ballou, Miss Brink. Donna Bogaard, Mary Kuiper, Robert Blok, Beatrice Ballou, Marilyn Rolfes. Absent - Phyllis Bruggom. GEO. C. GETTING .--. . -1- OLIVER AND MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINE FARM EQUIPMENT DE SOTO AND PLYMOUTH CARS Soles and Service SANBORN, IOWA Pioneer Hybrid Seed Corn SANBORN CO - OP. ELEVATOR SANBORN, IOWA BIG 4 CO-OP PROCESSING ASSN. SHELDON, IOWA SOYBEAN PROCESSORS -vw --v- TTTTTTTT -v--.v--- SECOND GRADE Back row: Marilou Koepnick, Alice Buse, Douglas Reeves, Billy Ballon, Mrs. Stubbs. Front row: Lois Louderback, Sharilyn Lemkuil, Margene Sorenson, Jack Youngers Bonnie Williams, Brenda Farnsworth. Absent - E11zabet1'1 Dykstra I I w vi THIRD GRADE Back row: Fred Wagenaar, Perry Saupe, Warren Hulst, Donald Rozeboom, Donald Harms, Bud Blok, Charles Wolthuizen, Donald Koepnick, Eldon Louderback, Miss Bogaard. Front row: Evelyn Wolthuizen, Judy McCarty, Colleen Cleveringa, Darlene Rolfes, Myrna Wagenaar, Helen Bolkema, Phyllis Verburg, Karen Koepnick. Best Wishes From THE GREATER - - - WOLFF STORE SHELDON, IOWA SCHUBERT'S CLOTHING CLOTHING AND SHOES FOR MEN AND BOYS SANBORN - PRIMGHAR - PAULLINA ELLERBROEK'S NORTHWEST IOWA'S MOST COMPLETE READY - to - WEAR STORE .L..1-l- . . -l1- SHELDON, IOWA A.-.-.-: uv- - --,-.-.-.-. KINDERGARTEN Back row: Mrs. Coates, Margo Kleinheksel, Patricia Hadden, Donna Ruth Van Meeteren, Ronald Vlaming, Kenneth Iverson, Myrna Faye Wolthuizen, Duane Heerde, Norma Jean Pietens, Jimmy Koepnick, Sharol Williams. Front row: Roger Menke, Don Allen Marley, Phyllis Kaiser, Tommy Louderback, Judith Youngers, Anthony Proehl, Ronald Van Heuvelen, Cheryl Fay Wilkins, Carol Koepnick, Carolyn Wolthuizen, Paula Saupe. enum., -. .. T gn f - FIRST GRADE Back row: Miss Sleper, Kenny Baxter, Lyell Ballou, Daryl Van Meeteren, Butch Ballou, Ricky Schwartz. Front row: Robert Wagenaar, Elaine Peterson, Linda Bogaard, Jeannie Kleinheksel, Stanley Schwartz. Nbt Pictured: Letha Bogaard, Gladys Neiman. LONG'S HARDWARE PLUMBING HEATING HARDWARE Your Quality I. R. H. A. Store SANBORN DE VRI ES HARDWARE .....i.i-1 GENERAL HARDWARE HOME APPLIANCES Woyne DeVries, Prop. ARCHER DON'S WOOD SHOP . Specializing In . . KITCHEN CABINETS BOOTHS AND COUNTERS FORMICA CABINET TOPS Finished Woodworking of AII Kinds l......l1- Phone: Red 362 Primghcir PH I NNEY HARDWARE PLUMBING - HEATING SKELGAS SALES AND SERVICE DE LAVAL DAIRY EQUIPMENT SAN BORN Sept. Sept. Sept. 12 Sept. 20 Oct. 11-19 Oct. 31 Dec. 21 Feb. 3 Feb. Feb. 21 Apr. 9 Apr. May 23 GRADE NEWS KINDERGARTEN CALENDAR 21 students enrolled Ronald Maranell brought our enrollment to 22 Thomas Louderback joined our class ' Tour of school building Mrs. Dorothy Kaiser was our teacher, -- while Miss Vander Pol went to S. become Mrs. Coates, Halloween party in costume Exchange of gifts and Christmas party Made our Post Office Trip to Post Office Began first pre-primer Spring Round-Up fox 1952 Easter-egg hunt. Half-day vacation Community picnic FIRST GRADE We began our year with twelve children, seven boys and five girls in our room. We gained and lost Linda Linda Orvik in a six weeks period. Our unit studies began with a Platter Party. We played records and dramatized them. We also studied seeds and leaves. Etiqpette Town was another name for our room, we practiced good manners in eating and playing. Shortly after Christmas vacation we studied about the Grocery store. We also enjoyed eating a breakfast in school after we had completed our study of Breakfasts. In February we made valentine animals which we used in our Pet Parade. ' During our last week and a half, we enjoyed a Circus Units SECOND GRADE ' When we started the year there were only lO of us, but within a week we had a newcomer, Lois Louderback. ' We celebrated all the main holidays with a party, birthday parties, and also two parties as the result of everyone earning 100 per cent in two spelling tests. During the Christmas Season we took the part of the Dream.Chorus in the operetta MRed Candlesn. During February we studied about the Post Office and also made oneof our own. We kept a weather chart for two months which was con- nected with our Weather Unit in Science class. One month we had the most number of parents at P.T.A. and for our dollar we bought an nAlice in Wonderlandn book. THIRD GRADE We began our year with seven boys and eight girls in our class, On September 12 Eldon Louderback joined our group.. This left us with an oven number of boys and girls until January when Juanita Maraneil moved. We learned many new things this year, In Arithmetic - f aw M' new ro we learned how to borrow in multiply and divide. Engli ly to the study Among our units of study of sentences. and the Plant unit, In connection with our Oscar's Good American Club. worthy members of our club. FOURTH GRADE subtraction procQems, . , sh classes were devotee main- this year was the Indian1njt Weekly Readers we ioined We tried every day to be We fourth-graders have done interesting wo year. As the year began, we were fifteen strong, One of the first things we did this school to make an Eskimo mural on the black-board, climate changed after a few weeks and we made about Bungo, a Malayan boy. Outstanding as follows: 1. the 5 senses S. Care of the Thete are just them all, would knowledge we gained during the Writing business letters 2, 3. Rotation of the Earth ll, Teeth 6. Fractions 7. Study a few of our topics of study take too much time and space. that our fifth-grade preparation is com- letod, we are looking forward to a successful However, now fifth-graders. FIFTH GRADE nk This Yfwr was Then our A mural year was T7 UC: .TMI A 4,-, -1-1 Outlines of .U.1.fG.S 3 to list year as Among some of the projects in our room this year was our puppet show. Each one of us made a puppet and dressed it. In English class we talked and wrote about our hob- bies. We decided to take our hobbies to school and have an exhibit. Each one of us told something about our hobbies, A One of the things we did in history was to make' a display showing the different kinds of transportation, We made several murals in geography class. One of the murals showed the United States' possessions. Some of the grades came to see us make our puppets as we made them move and talk. We presented the playg HMr. Wiggs' Birthday Partyn taken from our reading books, It seemed that everyone enjoyed this entertainment. One afternoon we gave a tea party for our mothers and gave the play for them. 6 SIXTH GRADE A The sixth grade came to school in the fall of 1951 to a new experience. The sixth grade was now departmental- ized. Instead of one teacher they'had three or four. Mr. Good was named their room sponsor, Stanley Wilkens was elected President, Warner Bender- mang Vice President, Larry Lee Bruggomg Treasurer, and Douglas Morfittg Secretary. In October the Junior High had a Halloween party. The Jr. High was invited by the sixth grade to a skating party in Sheldon. Mr. Good cooked which was in April. We started school our class. We really learned say 7th grade is one that we will all be the oyster stew for our next party SEVENTH GRADE ' on Sept. 3, 1951 with lk members in a lot in this grade this year, They of the hardest grades, but it seems able to go to the Eighth Grade next year for our last step in the elementary grades. In History we studied the development of our country. In the first semester we had Science, studied the earth and its make-ups The last semester we had health, and studied how to take care of our bodies, In Arithmetic we really advanced, had to make scale drawings of the schoolhouse, Our grade was hit hard with common diseases this year. Henry for two weeks, Hope to see 1951, On Sept. 3, Wagenaar, the poor fellow, had a vacation how lucky can a person be! you next year, EIGHTH GRADE the eighth grade enrollment was 23 strong. This was one in addition to our former number-- Sheryl Storms came from the country school, It seemed though, that our class could not remain that large. The first ones to leave us were the Pederson children, Clair and Carol. The next member our class to leave was Bill Harkin, who moved to South Dakota, This year we studied how our Government functions. We studied the qualifications of a good citizen, his rights and duties. In History we made a scrap book, over the five regions in the U. S. This year the boys took Industrial Arts, There we made very useful projects and enjoyed it. The girls took fHome Ec and made food for themselves and their mothers, Next year we look forward to entering High School. I if ll ff ll if I if' I' I ll' if wr we wr ev wr ir 'Nl 69 1: Q? 'Ir 42" wr RODNEY HARMS September . KAREN MC CARTY January If PAUL SAUPE September I N , , I R MARLIN IDSO January CITIZENS OF THE MONTH SEVENTH GRADE A. fv ,rf dv X "' 'M Af? 59? ,i?nu M ir' A , NA ov A Nvfy A ,F Vk'k A t , 5 j ' up ff .1.,4HL4n.lL. ag: y LBJ DONALD BLANKERS SHARON KOEPNICK DONALD MENKE October November December - it A ' ,,Ll V kizg 5' Lg in Sm:?fQ" R m Emw' zggifafzgg "' gf' I A " of ' N... ,. s I i J Ig We ,V BRUCE HENRY DENNIS JIMMY STOFFERAN WAGENAAR ANDERSON ROHWER February March April May EIGHTH GRADE we W QW-X Y 'S A Iii? , F LEO KUIPER RUTH ANN CLEVERINGA MARJORIE KGEPNICK October November December A An..q5 1' ' Q ' fx' , Y 2 "' is A I !, A K' f R Af' , A ' 1 i . ' SHERYL LARRY MARVIS JOANNE STORM KOEPNICK KRAUSS NIEBUHR February March April May Van's Produce CASH BUYERS POULTRY - EGGS ........-1-1 USE OUR FEEDS AND POULTRY REMEDIES ii. Q i...- Phone 53 Archer, Iowo Compliments of - - - F armers Co-Q . Gil Company CO - OP PRODUCTS TANK WAGON SERVICE O -i- O DONALD FAAS JOE WOLTHUIZEN O ---- O Phone IO5 Sanborn, lowo CITIZENS OF THE MONTH 'Q FIFTH GRADE Q- fa 7"f1 if ,, F 1595" by Ayn, VZ- may ,LL Q-f A . Q. fy D" :MQ I Arif' If X L T, A f ,. we 5 1 xl IL, I . Q1 DAVID BALLOU STANLEY LEM UIL MARY KUIPER EDWIN WOLTHUIZEN September October A Nbvember December I B 1- D, I , , V Q: . . .wx ,AAA A I I D ' " v,,fZgi:4'rf if I 5 f'f?fP' J3fTN3JQ rfi-f ROBERTA KATHERINE DONNA BEATRICE MARILYN BLOK HARKIN BOGAARD BALLOU ROLFES January February March April May SIXTH GRADE sf , 5 A ,A IDAN S.. V - ' 'Q J ,M?1' if DQR 5 We fiiEgmQQfg INQH SQ A lllli jzlls Q??EQ'gQ2 f V,fyfO I Op A S' ,': , A' ' N- win. B ' JERRY SAUNDERS September xevsy ikwlfre iff ef Q L . DOUGLAS MORFITT January STANLEY WILKENS October WARNER BONDERMAN December LARRY BRUGGOM Ndvember fDAAi, I 2 HV' QQRJ f i TVV I WHEN.. I -'2QfQ SL Y 1 S .y-,. 3? 1 , f MICK D .V -N 5 L 7 A S' , . -IO' - Waal s I-. 2 1 L, A 'I7' I ' A .I My-'Y A A A-.Q WENDELL DAVID DICKIE CHARLES FYKSTRA DE KOK BOGAARD ROLFES February March April lhy Compliments of STA TE BA HUF-- ARCHER STERLING ARCHER LLOYD ARCHER W. C. HAHT H. TIEMENS L..l...i..1-- REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE ARCHER, IOWA A CITIZENS OF THE MONTH THIRD GRADE A, 1 1: 1 Aj Vfg H. 377. A Q I .. .,,, JA. y I ylig 3?- Fx E .DA I'xf. H V 5 .L '-4' . -Q-. 5. MYRNA WAGENAAR DONALD HARMS GOLLEEN CLEVERINGA September October November L- 4r,r I , A G 'lg Q. BI ,Q .,, K, " H -' NMI. I ef, J, Z . O, Q fax ra. . A Wi Q! pf' A A ,Z sr wx JUDY DONALD LEONARD EVELYN MC CARTY KOEPNICK BLOK WOLTHUIZEN January February March April FOURTH GRADE .51 94 Q :V w- I u. 5 ' 1 f Q, gr N 6 dl I' ,-,ee Y' V ,' ' -'.y iz I 3,37 33.8 .13 ,g nw I 'nik f Qj3?jf,j1 , X 5 , yqlliiy -fu Alf, 1? f - I we H' 2 .1 - Y, ,In RICHARD DYKSTRA JOAN HARMS 'I PAULETTE LEMKUIL September October November i I I QQNQERH A F-f fb' JIMMY WANDA BARBARA JOAN WAGENAAR FARNSWORTH KAISER YOUNGERS January February March April gc-7' 54' xsfbfg' I -v H, PERRY SAUPE December . iim e.r Eiwgp i KAREN KOEPNICK lay Q Q fi r Y' LORRAINE IDSO December tr . 1 " I. . -jr V1 1 .K I Ella KENNETH WILLIAMS Kay Compliments of . . Hauer Lumber Compan l...-.. Sheldon, lowo EAL CHASE L MBER CGMPAN "When You Build, See Chose" ...T-.. Q ..i.... Phone 63 Sheldon, lowo P l A CITIZENS OF THE MONTH 4 FIRST GRADE H45 ' M KW' asv 4, V- ' -I Vf' ' is is XG ' 1 ., Ik -' - LYELL BALLOU9 'W 'W 'W' RICKY SCHWARIZ4' 44' 'W KENNY BAXTER5 'JEANNIE KLEINHEKSEL September October November DGCGIUUSI' xx 2, , ,TQ M A1 I ,yu lg I 1,5 :. Y I I L. I :X IS? I X ' Ji ew. E " Ir f" 5 . Q f ROBERT WAGENAARWBUTCH BALLoU++ 'WSTANLEY SCHWARTZWLINDA BOGAARDRDARYL VANMEETEREN January February March April May SECOND GRADE .,. .. ,Q W J I 5 'A -hi " ' Q ' I :. ' A kS.r 'Q f' , L, V -1 I A I ,ESA M . 7 an "X ,, ,Q . --A rS?p fu l., to R W , 1. , A w ' 6 R 251 ap-A ' , , is be f SHAROLYN LEMKUIL MARILOIP KOEPNICK ALICE BUSE BONNIE WILLIAMS September October Nbvember December bam ix - Agn . I Q Si ?IA I MPM -1 . L fi -1, , I tu, Z, mo, - , I fb-A Qf 1'4'5?x 5 i,fL: 1,,Qi if A . I . A14-b.g. .m K... J' V . rfngf JACK BRENDA LOIS MARGENE ELIZABETH YOUNGERS FARNSWORTH LOUDERBACK SORENSON DYKSTRA February March April May January VERSCHOOR MOTOR SHELDON - HOSPERS CHEVROLET AND BUICK Soles ond Service Alemite Lubrication MOLMEN'S DAIRY il. Q ........i. GRADE "A" -1- PASTEURIZED MILK - CREAM- ICE CREAM DAILY DELIVERIES IN ARCHER LET US SERVE YOU Phone 472 Sheldon, Iowa CORNER CAFE LUNCHES - o -- DINNERS soFT DRINKS - CANDY - CIGAREWES "WE PLEASE OTHERS ..... . . . . LET US PLEASE YOU" SHELDON, IOWA 1 Q W0 ,A 7 S 9 J I lm 1 'Q ERT K lm 3 54 .f Q R 5. FR l KA TY"Dl.D SENIOR S OPI-IIS TICATES 'PRETENNNG AND TLIE sun .Sl-lone' ------ BRIS!-ITLY! OFFICE H0 UFS ffm' Me Jensen. .... I SJ W MQNKLY Busmsss my-' i K f -7 .4 . . W , sw. 'f A ' ' A 1 Y - f V ' J 'R 3' 2' '-'Q 44' E 155, 7 , Lm,,.k g f ks, -,kf gp? ' A kg "2 5 fig? ? 1Q L A Z YB 0 N ES ALI AS -I-he FACULTY GARRETT' Motor and Supply Company Jobbers of MOTOR FUELS - OILS - GREASES G. E. 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