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the Commercial Department
This Annual is dedica
and to the Graduates of l9
cher High School
ted to the Archer High School
53-'5M. We wish to express our sincere
appreciation to all those who worked to make the Eagle a successful
and interesting yearbook.
in reading the Eagle as we
Assist. 'us. Manager
We hope that you find as much engofment
did in arranging it.
The ANNUAL STAFF
Warvin Vanden Hull
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standing-Left no Right :LEONARD BLOK
Seated-Left to Right! EARL BONDERMAN, PRES.
MILDRED WATSON, SEC'Y.
HENRY HARVS .
STUDENT COUN C IL
Starding-Left to Right: Sheryl Storms, Lam-v Koenn'c:k, Harold
"u11er-Burp, Lnrrv Menke, Joan Shultr.
Seated-Left to Right: Glenda Vforfitt, T-THY'Vfl'1 Vanf'enEZu11,
SH, H. SCI-IULTZ
WILL F, KAISER, County Treosurer
KAISER INSURANCE AGENCY
EARL BENNER'S D-X STATION
PRIMGHAR IMPLEMENT CO.
NELLE'S MAYTAG STORE
ROY HUGHES, County Recorder
G, H. BECKLEY, Clerk District Court
FOLEY'S CONOCO STATION
HUNTTING ELEVATOR COMPANY
PHILLIPS SERVICE STATION
SLAGLE LUMBER CO.
PIN UP BEAUTY SHOP
J. C. PENNY
H. R. COCHRAN
SHELDON PIANO CO.
MOBIL GAS TANK WAGON - BOB BORNHOLDT
BACK ROW: Mr. Tarnasky, Mr. Stolaas, Mr. Brouwer, Mr.
Hennler, Mr. Matzdorff, Mr. Good.
FRONT ROW: Miss , DeBeer, Mrs. McCrill, M s. Campbell,
Mrs. Brouwer, Mrs. Lamkin, Mrs. Hulsteln, Mrs.
Stolass, Mrs. Steffens.
Mr. Brouwer - Superintendent
Hull, Iowa - High School
Central College - Pella, Iowa
Iowa State College - Ames, Ia.
University of Iowa- Iowa City, Iowa
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gigldon gigh School
Northwestern University - Evanston,
B. A. - Education
Major - History, English, Education
Dept. - History, English,
Storm Lake, Ia. - High School
Buena Vista College
B. A. Degree
Dept. - Manual Arts, Economic, Science
lgona Ia, - High School
Iowa S ate College and Augustana
B. A. Degree
Dept. - Home Ee.. Vocations, General
Egchanic Arts High School - St. Paul, Minn.
B. A. Degree
Augustana - Sioux Falls, South Dakota
rris Ia. - High School
Buena Miata College
Standard Secondary Cert.
Dept. - Athletics, Geometry,
Math. A Jr. H.
ehr E. E.-- High School
Dako a Business ollege
Westmar College - LeMars
B. A. Degree
Standard Secondary Cert.
Grad. Credit - Colo. State
Teacher College - Greeley
Dept. - Jr. High
heldon High School
Sheldon Junior Gollege
Iowa State Teachers College
Advanced Elem. Cert.
Dept. - Junior High
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Parker, outh Dakota - High Sc
Augustana, Sioux Falls, S. D.
Archer High School
GREEN LEE FOOD MARKET
QUALITY MEATS, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
LOCKERS AND PROCESSING
Phone 206 Primghor, lowc
NORTHWEST IOWA'S MOST COMPLETE
READY - to - XNEAR STORE
LUNCHES -- 0 --- DINNERS
SOFT DRINKS - CANDY - CIGARETTES
"WE PLEASE OTHERS . . , .
. . . . LET US PLEASE YOU"
M . Bgguggr
Rock pids Iowa - High School
Iowa State feachers College - Cedar Falls, Iowa
orthwestern Acdemey - Orange City, Iowa
Northwestern Jr. College
ioux enter, Iowa - High School
Northwestern Jr. College
anborn igh School
University of Colorado
Drivers are Bill Huck, John Tanner, Ray Farnsworth, Jake Vanden Hull
Mr. Matzdorffz HDo you know anything about this course?
Wayne: NA little Sir, what would you like to know?
"YOUR SATISFACTION IS OUR AMBITION"
LOCKERS, MEATS AND GROCERIES
Phone 77 Sonborn, Iowo
PRI NS INSURANCE AGENCY
ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE - FARM LOANS
Agents for DeKalb Hybrid Seed Corn ond Chix
Telephone Office: 252 Sonborn, Iowc
FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR ASSN.
GRAIN - FEED - SALT - SEEDS - TWINE - FERTILIZER
FEED GRINDING AND MIXING
Phone 338 SheIdon, Iowo
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Mr. Charley Krauss
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Left to Right: Mrs. Te Paske, Mrs.
Tanner, Mrs. Idso.
SANBORN . PRIMGHAR - ARCHER
VVE CANNOT PLEASE EVERYONE BUT NNE TRY
SH ELDON ARMY-NAVY STORE
WORK SHOES - JACKETS
WATCHES - LUGGAGE
Phone 243 Sheldon, Iowo
FANCY MEATS - QUALITY GROCERIES
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Phone 118 Sanborn, lowo
R. Wrouwer, Sunt. Sybil M. Campbell, Prim.
Robert Tiemens, Pres. Evelvn Rozeboom, Vice Pres
Ronald Callenius, Sec'v-Tres. Karen VerHne', Renorter
MOTORFUELS - OILS - GREASES
G. E. APPLIANCES - TELEVISION
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES
PHONE I O-J-3
Lila TePaske Gloria Stofferan
Marvin VandenHu11 Larry Krauss
Marjorv M-b01"ES Jean Ronderman
J. C. KOOLBECK
0 OIL AND GREASE
Telephones: Doy, l6 - Night, 47
mi , car ieheuiu 4
K1 Septrmter L, 1 .ng L, ..ifrry .d f.j A , lgsters met
Miss Iichardson, who to i-r uv me an eil .rip in the .ee
ship we were ab ut to iter- ' s,arIQi cv' fitw the pri wrj 'eom
in the Archer C0nsoLit:tcd Qchf. The p1ne,nge:s inclu:,d Jvrn
Fonderman, Evelyn P:+iTw, Tera, Maxine, hairy Krauss, Jens derensen,
dloria Stofferan, But Hiimtns, siren Ver Nerf, Marvin Vanlef Hutl,
Marlo Vanden Hull, and Raland Axacrson, During this primary flight
the girls had doll parties and LDS boys playel cops and robbers.
The two new passengers who were added on our first flight wereg
Marjory Alberts and Lila Te Paskc, making our number thirteen, Miss
Richardson still our guide. All Thirteen of us helped our gov't
this flight by buying saving stamps each week, Poland Anderson was
retained on this flight, thus lowering our passengers to l?.
Flight number two was guided by Kiss Den Hartog. Peter John
Zylstra, Denny Klien, and Howard Hsdden were added. We began to
have to study a little on this flight because we were introduced
to the 3r's.
ln the fall of 'LB we started our 3rd flight still guided by
Miss Den Hartog. Our new passengers included Betty Jean Buus, and
Tracy Elgersma. MOst of us had to have vaccinations of some sort
or another during this flight. Toward the end of this flight BCtty
Jean Buus, Kenny Klien, and Peter John Zylstra left us, making our
Greeted by a new teacher Mrs, Williams, we began our nth flight
climbing higher and higher each time. One of our passenger, Marlo
Vrnlcn Hull was retained at the end of the third flight, leaving
our number of passengers at 12. During this flight we constructed
miniture villiages in sand boxes,
ln l9hS we began our fifth flight with Miss Nagel as our uide.
Four new passengers were added to our list makingishe number fi, the
new passengers wereg Evelyn Rozeboom, Richard Craig, Robert and
Duane Hanks: Activities for this flight included fancy work for the
girls and handicraft for the boys. Near the end of this flight
Robert and Duane Hanks, Tracy Elgersma, and Howard Hadden left us
for other ships. This left the number of passengers at l2 again.
During our sixth flight, guided by Miss Mc Nutt, Evelyn Bottin
was taken ill with rhumatic fever and was unable to join us again.
This year we stopped long enough to give an operetta, HThe Farmer
In The Delln. We also joined a bird club, called the HAudubon Bird
No changes were made on our seventh flight in the number of
passengers, however one change was made, This change took place
during Christmas vacation when our teacher Miss McNutt changed her
name to Mrs. Vollink. During this flight we also drew pictures
which Mrs. Vollink sent to the state fair, Some of our pictures
On our eighth flight we were guided by Mrs, Wolfe. By the time
of Eighth Grade Graduation we had lost Richard Craig as one of our
passengers and gained Ellen Gill who joined us from South Dakota,
As we started our Qth and first year of the high school flight
our passengers included:
Marjory Alberts Jens Sorenson
Jean Bonderman Gloria Stofferan
Ellen Gill Lila Te Paske
Terry Harkins Robert Tiemens
Larry Krauss Marvin Vanden Hull
Evelyn Rozeboom Karen Ver Hoef
with Mr. Kuhns as our sponsor we gave a theater party. Ellen Gill
soon moved away.
Planning for the Freshman Initiation was the big event on our
lOth flight. We also had the thrill of ordering our class rings
during this flight.
Starting our eleventh flight we realized we were nearing the
ond of our trip. Four exciting events took place during this flight.
The first event, we recieved our class rings. Naturally we all
thought they were prettier than they had been any of the other
years. Second we presented our class playg NCrazy But Cuton, under
the direction of Mrs. Jensen. Soon after this Terry Harkins moved
to South Dakota. On April 8th we attended Career Day at Sheldon.
Last of all we sponsored our Junior-Senior Banquet, the theme being
Moonlight and Hoses. The banquet was served by the Baker Ladies Aid
and Mrs. McCri1l was our viry able sponsor under all this,
At last we boarded the ship again for the last time, undertzhe
guidence of Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Brouwer, Our passengers were the
same except that Ronald Callienius joined us from the Hospers ship.
and Jens Sorenson left us after the second semester. This year was
filled with days of enjoyment. The day we had our pictures taken,
the Christmas party, Senior play HKay Beats The Bandn, Skip Day at
Storm Lake, and now the Junior-Senior Banquet. Last but not least
Bacelaureate and Commencement.
we have nearly completed l3 years of school and will soon be
setting our on flights of our own. We will all try to make our new
flights the best we have ever had using the knowledge we have gained
on our last l3 flight. Of course we want to thank every one who had
a part in giving their timp'for our guidence for us and we hope
the Seniors to come can Say they had as much of an enjoyable time as
we did through our flights.
QUIPS AND QUOTES
The most efficient labor-saving device is still money.
The trouble with some of today's smart children is that they don't
smart in the right places.
It isn't what girls know that bothers parents. It's how they
found it out.
Thrift is a wonderful virtue--especially in ancestors.
Walking isn't a lost art--one must, by some means, get to the garage.
I always like to hear a man talk about himself because then I never
hear anything but good. ---- Will Rogers
Women have recently been placed at a disadvantageg man can new travel
faster than sound.
The most disillusioned girls are those who married because they were
tired of working.
The palest ink is better than the most retentive memory
No matter how much women race to buy Christmas presents for men, the
race always ends in a tie.
KAREN VER HOB?
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Vocal solo 2-3-M
Pep Club l-2-3-M
Class Sect-frees 3
Student Council 3
Class Reporter M
Class Play 3-H
Annual Staff 3-4
Newspaper Stiff 3
Cleirnet Quartet 2
Girls Gloe Club l-2-3-M
Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-M
Vocal Solo 2-3-M
Fe? Club 1-2
Class Play 2-3-M
Student Council 1-N
Class Vice President 2
Annual Staff H
Drum Ensemble 2
Girls Glee Club 1-2-U
Mixed Chorus l-2-M
Pep Club l-2-3-M
Class Sect. 1
Pep Club Vice Pres.
Class Play 3-M
Annual Staff 4
Girls Glee Club l-2-3-M
Mixed Chorus l-2-3-4
Pep Club Sect-Trees 3
sep Club 1-2 -3-1+
Class Play 3-H
Class Pres 1
Class Vice Pres H
Annual Staff 4
' CLASS PROPHECY
In the Archer Newspaper of today, HTHE SUPER ARCHER JETU
Liuly lO, l98Cl there seems to be a few words here and there of our
seniors, andy way I think they were seniors once. Just look at the
heaflines, HOSCAR, THE FAMOUS JOCKEY HAS JUST BROKE A NE! RECORD.H
Usoar is none other than Marjory Alberts. She and her horse,
st broken a new record at the Archer Speed Bowl.
- ' went ei and C2 MPH all the way around. when she was asked what
Sr R fcuit have ju
n"f fl Sea Biscuit
W,u ties H
For a pass time
bca. :un on cobs and
ide sports news
Kridss has again won
a row. He still
he decided to
Now that Archer
to clean up the place. After
who do you thirk took the jobo None other
now Beulah, she spends almost day and night
have some one
but when she has a f
go so fast she just answered, HI feed him
Miss Oscar models Hot Rods. Her latest is a big
has a New World Championship to report for Larry
it, in what? You gressed it, yes, Larry has
crowned the worlds snooker champion, for the 25th year in
is . . . . . ., e
looking for someone to give him competitifn. W
has found a good use for some of the money he won for
trade his M6 Nash in on a M7.
has an Atomic Energy Plant, of course they must
a little advertising
than Jean Borderman,
scrubbing and cleaning,
ew minutes to spare she takes to studying her
favorite subject, Physics.
And here off in
a corner we see a big little fancy ad. Brain
Specialist. If you have a little brain trouble come and see me for
more. I have a big
fancy one roomed Hospital on the Main Drag of
Archer. I take every one but specialize on Ant brains. Dr. G.
Stofferan, and from what we've heard she has had pretty good luck,
only one of her pati
Grand in Archer, He
what G. C. stands fo
is a Gum Cleaner going anywhere
chairs and benches,
he has a standing contract with
In the Social news we read
home for a short vis
Geometry now for the
and admiring her long gray hairs she decided she
so she wouldn't get
looking for a home to settle down in, in her last years.
other day Bob Tiemans G. C. opened his office at Zkth and
is experienced in this work after working many
the Yankee Stadium. Many people have been asking this paper
r. After an interview with Bob it was learned he
taking gum off the bottom of all
you think he foes
that Prof. L, Z,
family, She has
-five. The other
with the gum. Why
and what do
TePaske has returned
day while counting
better quit t
I guess will
it with her
too many more, Her next 'ob
In the movie section I see where the comedy is featuring HMighty
Mouseu and his Famous standin Ronald HMighty Jr.H Callenius. He has
become quite famous in Movie land. He is now making his home in an
abandoned garage in
We should also
This I think is his
Here he have a
congratulate Ronald for being Grandpa again.
99th Grand child and he should really be congrat-
small little ad of some kind of Beauty Salon on
the main drag of Archer. Come in and get our Suppr Egg wazh just
once ind it will convince you never to come back for more. This shop
belongs to none other than Evelyn Rozeboom. This gives her a real
chance to get tangled in other peoples hair,
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Annuu' Qpfirfunt Editor
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Class flux 5-4
Nofdiina So7aS Wirmgor 4
firm Zo Sr' "elif rgj -4
Arai Lino Llornrlnn 5
Li' r x'5'ri 4
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V lfjLp1 ,or 'ocal Paper 4
LILA TE PASKE Gio' Cl.w Club l-2-5-4
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C1152 Fluf T -4
TE Hddio Tvwfking 4
Annual Social Reporter 4
Vocal Solo 3
' Hnnugor of Snpoii Room 4
LARRY KRAUSS 7
Base fall lui-Q-4
Class Play 5-4
Student Council 5
Annual Stuff 3
Student Manager l
Boys Glow Club l-9
Mixed Crorus l-2-3-4
ClQQsVioo Pros. l-5
Studcnt Founcll Pros. 4
Annual Stiff 5-4
Newspaper Staff 5-4
Radio Speaking 4
Drum Unsomblc 2
And here we read a little note of some one winnining a big '
prize in a coupon contest. Why! it's Karen, and she won part of a
new house in Archer. Guess now she'll have a little moreereemfier
ll the boxes she got the coupons from The last time we visited
her she could only let us ln a few of the rooms for all the other
rooms were full As wew nt through the hall she told of some thlngs
t t were ln the rooms, the flrst all full of breakfeast food, she
get some sllver ware coupons from them, then a room of soap from whibh
sh won some more soap to wwn the house, Now she'll have to flnd
someone to use the thlngs so she can collect some more
FOR YGU 0 DETOCRACY
Come I will make the contlnont lndlssoluble,
I wlll make the most solendld race th sun ever shone upon
l wlll make dlvlre magnetlc lands, Ilth the love of comrades,
Jlth t e llfe long love of comrades
I wlll plant compaoronship th1ck as trees along all the FlVCTS
and along the shores of the great lakes, and all over the
I wlll make lUSODQP8b1C C1tlCS wrth thelr arms about each other'
By the love of comrades,
By the manly love of coar des
For you these from me, O Democracy, to serve yuu ma femme!
For you, for you I am trilllng these songs.
There Was A lhlld ent orth
There was a child went forth every day,
And the flrst ohgect he lookfd upon, that obgect he Llfame,
And that object hecmme part of him for the day or a certaln part
of the day,
Or for many years or stretchlng cycles of years
Iver s omlttedl
The moth r at home quletly placlng th dlSheS on the supper table
The mother wlth mlld words, cl an her cap and gown,
whol some odor falllng off her person and clothes as sh walks,
Toe father, strong, self sufflclent, manly, mean, anger'd, unjust
:he blow, the qulck loud word, the tlght bargaln, the crafty lure
The famlly usag s, the languave, the company, the furniture,
the yearning and swelllng heart,
Affectlon that wlll not b ga1nsay'd, the sense of what is real
the thought if after all lt should prove unreal,
These became part of that child who went forth every day
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Class resleent 4
Cless Seca. trees. 3
Class Play QU3-4
innuel Stuff 2-3
Speech Ceukgst 3-H
ODC1' e 31,21 in-3
TB Radio Spanking 3-M
RONALD CALLPNUI9 Baseball l-7m3-N
Boys Glee Club 2-3
Mixed Chorus M
Student Manager 1
Suit. Treasure H
History is prophecy. It proves how the human mind Works
under actual testr
hurry U.: HDO you helieve kissing is unhealthy?n
trifle V ' NI cdn't say--I've never.....H H
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Lc.Tr 'Ecu neun you've never heen kissed:
Cwivlu Q.: I've never heen sick.
Glerisz 'Is Leone still looking for her ideel men?H
Nergcnc: Miood heavens, no! She's far too husy looking for e
These tryinf times are the Npoed old deysn we'll he long-
ing for n few years from now.
A young married couple had just settled down in their new home
when they received n pleasant surprise in the mail--two tickets
to the hest show in town. hut the donor hed omitted his name and
for the rest of the dey the question was nwonder who sent us the
tickets to that wonderful show.n They enjoyed the srowg but when
they returned home, they discovered all their beautiful wedding
presents had been taken. There was, however, e note from the
burglar saying, nNow you knowln
Mr. Philby: USO you want to hecome my son-in-lew?u
Marvin: nEr--not exactly. I only wanted to merry your
Ronnie S., e truck driver, stopped sudddnly on the highway.
The car behind crashed into the truck and the owner of the passenger
Nwhy didn't you hold out your hnnd?n the judge asked Ronnie.
HWell,H replied Ronnie indignnntly, nif he couldn't see the
trucx, how in honv.n: .ine 1 .,i he see my .e4d?'
On Wednesday evening the Juniors, Seniors and Faculty enjoyed 3
lovely banquet put on by the Juniors. The theme carried out was
MURDER WESTERN SKIESH.
Gr-nd March--Directed by Mr. and Mrs. Stolnas
Vw .inc--Vsyno McQueen
Rcs,tnso to Welcome--Robert Tcimons
When Song Is Sweet--Mixed Quartet
Clos: Vill--Marvin Vanden Hull
Clues Pronhocy--Rny Ports
The Jorld ls Joiting For The Sunrise--Girls musrtct
Class History--Evelyn Rozcboom
ntulk On youth--Rev Travis
Group Singing--Directed by Nr. Stolnns
A Movie HKOLGOH
The room was beautifully decorated und Q delicious dinner was
served by the Reformed Ladies Aid,
On April 8, the boys and girls basketball olayers and cheer-
leaders were honored at a banquet given hy their mothers. The
tables were decorated with ninature heskethalls and purnle and gel'
circles spread over the tables.
After the apoetizers, Hr. Brouwer introduced the captain of
the teen. The boys elected Uarvin as caotain and Pob as co-captain.
Each gave an entertaining talk about a few of the haooonings and
actions of the players.
Te then were served a delioions dinner with all the trinnings
Hr. Wrouwer than gave
in the nest year of sports activities.
a word of thanks to those who perticinated
Ruth Ann to Glenda--"There's never fa dull moment when vou're out
with Clair, it lasts the whole evening."
A woman driver is a person who drives the same way a man does
----only she gets blamed for it.
Treffio: Where you sit in your car and watch the pedestrians
CLASS WILL OF 1953 GRADUATES
We, the Senior Class of '53 do make our last will as followsz
We do give and bequeath to the class of 'SM the seats of the north
side of the assembly, the honor of being USeniorsH, and all the
excess junk found around the school building, We wish the best of
luck to you the Senior Class of l95M.
Individually we do give and beoueath as followsg
I, Marge Alberts, do give and bequeath my old Physics papers
to Charlie to burn first thing next year, my noisy snare drum
to Glenda Reekers, my glasses to anyone for a blind dog, any Air
Force letters to Joan if she finds them interesting, all protractors
and compasses to Ronnie Storm, my cheerleading outfit and experiences
to LaVerna, my interest in American Literature to Larry Menke, my
naggrally straight hair to Ray, and my Good Luck to the class of
I, Jean Bonderman, do give and gequeath my Hnaturalu hair to
Joan Neibuhr, my driving ability to Marvis, my old Physio papers to
anyone dumb enough to want them, my braveness in the dark to Larry
Kogpnick and my best wishes for a successful year to the Seniors of
I, Ronald Callenius, do give and bequeath my black curly hajr
to Ronald Storm, my height to Larry Menke, my ability to run to
Roger, my want for fresh air to Bob Blankers, Ronald Storms, and
Larry Menke, who froze in study hall because I opened the window,
and last but not least to Wayne McQueen, leave my position on the
baseball and basket ball team provided he learns to get along with
I, Larrv Krauss dd give and beoueath my ability to get along
with Mr. Heppler to Larry Menke, the ability to break bats to Ronald
Storm, my athletic ability to Keith Verburg,a d my bashfulness to
. I, Evelyn Rozeboom, do give and becueath my pencils to Wayne, 1
my terrific notes to Ruth Ann, my interest in Boyden to Leona, my
old Gepmetry papers to Jeannette and the best of wishes to the class
I, Gloria Stofferan, do give and bequeath all of my fun in voca-
tions to Mary Ann Jarvill, my glasses to Larry Koepnick, my smile
to Keith Verburg, my hearing to Mr. Stolaas ahd anything left in
my desk,CPhysic papersl, to Ruth Ant my work in the library to
Glenda Morfitt and on the annual to Robert Blankers, my seat on the
bus with Norman, to Glenda Reekers, my transportation on all future
trips to State Music Contest to Audrey, and best wishes for the future
for the swell bunch of Seniors for IQSM.
I, Lila TePaske, do give and bequeath my ability to sleep in
class to Larry Menke, my Geometry papers and grades to Margene, my
arguments in vocations class to Squeek, my seat in the assembly to
any warm blooded person and my best wishes to the seniors of '5M.
I, Bob Tiemens, do give and benueath my messy desk and every-
thingin it to Ray, my atheletic ability to Roger Lemkuil, my musical
talent to Larry Menke, my ability to get along with the teachers
to Gary Ballou, and any junk laying around to Squeek and the best
of luck to the Seniors of l95M.
I, Marvin Vanden Hull, do
Norman Van Donslear, my height
to Ronald Storm,
my big feet to Joan Shultz, my
give and bequeath my pitching job to
to Larry Menke, My dark wavy hair
in the assembly to Norman Philby,
bass drum to anyone who's fool enough
the back seat
to take it, my ability of going steady to Keith Verberg, and my girl-
shy attitude to Wayne, Harold M., Ronald S., and Larry Monkea
I, Karen VerHoef, do give and beoueath my baton twirling ability
to Joan Shultz, my ability to always be on time to Katy, all my old
pencils and pens
to Squeek, my baton suit to Kieth Verbefg, all my
u'5 clothes to Joan Neibhur, my chair in the second soprano section
ia glee club to Carole, my baton to Ray Portz, and my best wishes
fo: a successful year to the swell Seniors of l95H.
MAY io, 1953
Processional . , . . . . . . . , Joan Shultz
Invocation . . . . . . .,. . . . . . . . Rev. Yff
How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings. . . . . . . . S. Liddle
Scripture and Prayer . . . . . . . Rev. Yff
Faith of Our Fathers . . . Audience
Sermon . . . . . . . . Rev. Yff
The Lord's Prayer . . . . . . . . Malotte
Benediction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rev. Yff
Recessional . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joan Shultz
be a little kinder, Let me be a little blinder'
faults of those about meg Let me praise a
be, when I am weary, Just a little bit more cheeryg
serve a little better Those that I am striving forg
be a little braver when temptation bids me waverg
strive a little harder to be all that I should beg
be a little meeker with the brother that is weakerg
think more of my neighbor and a little less of me.
C OMYHEII CEMENT EXER C I SES
MAY 15, 1953.
Proccssional . . . Joan Shultz
Invocation , , . . Rcvorond Shultz
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L rgene Dcfok and Glondo Morfitz
,xddrcss . . . . . . . . . . . Dr, lconfwrd C. Murray
Prcsontdtion of Eighth Grade . . . . . . . . . . . Mr. Good
Junior High School Principal
Prcscntdtion of Diplomas . . . . . . Mr. Brouwer
Holcomo to High School . . . . . Mrs. Campbell
High School Principal
Gift of Bonior Gloss . . 4 . . Robert Ticmcns
Prosidcnt, Scnior Class
Presentation of Sonior Class . . . Nr. Brouwer
Prcscntution of High School Diplomas. . . Mr. Earl Bondcrmon
President, Board of Education
Stout Foartol Non . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sigmund Rombcrg
Clair Dolaxy, Mrt Stoldas, Bob Tiomcns, Marvin Vundon Hull
Bcnniction . . . Rov. Shultz
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SENIOR CLASS PLAY
"KAY EQATQ THE BAND"
Directed by Mr. Good
While Mr. and Mrs. Meredith are out of town, their daughters,
Kay and turbulent young Judy, are left in charge of Bessie, the
Meredith housekeeper. Unexpectedly, Madeline Ross, a disturbingly
attractive girl from a nearby city, urrives for a visit. Since
Madeline's futher is one of Mr. Mer dith's best customers, Kay
must make Madeline's visit u pleusant one. But both Kay and her
chum, Lois Andrews, ure uneasy as to how Mldelinc's charms will
affect their boy friends, Steve and Tom. The high school band, of
which Steve is leader and Tom a member, is to give a concert nt a
neighboring town the same night. Kay, determined that the boys shall
not meet Madeline, refuses to attend the concert, as it would be
necessary to take along her too-charming guest. Lois frames the
excuse, by telling Steve that Kiy is to have a business interview
with a certlin Dudley Harvard Smith a ndme Lois picks from s book.
Steve is openly suspicious. In desnerrtion Kuy eroduces e perfectly
strange man whom she introduces as Mr. Dudley Farvdrd Smith. When
Miss Denny, the high school history teacher, learns thmt Mr. Dudley
Varygrd Smith is visiting Kny, she discloses the electrifying fict
that he is a noted historian and that he has undoubtedly srrived tom'
nwurd Kay A prize for her essay on Americinism. In addition, Miss
Denny announces that the bend will cancel their concert 1nd will
insteid give a party it the mercdith home in honor of Mr. Smith.
From this point the play is u riot of fun and action. The
band shows up to serenddc Mr. Smithg Kay wildly uttempts to keep
Mndeline out of sightg and events seem to prove that the strange
who now refuses to leave the house is and escaped patient from a
hosvital for the ensune.
Before matters are happily adjusted for everyone, the audience
is treated to three ucts of constant leughter and hilarious suprises.
Kay Meredith, Youthful and vivacious. Jean Bonderman
Judy Meredith, her tcmpestuous kid sister. Karen Ver Foef
Lois Andrews, Klys best friend. Evely Rozeboom.
Steve Woodward, leader of the high school band. Robert Teimens
Tom Nolan, Steve's Pul. Marvin Vanden Hull
Madeline Ross, a week-end visitor. Marjory Alberts
Phil Hunter, with a girl- shy complex. Ronold Callenius
Bessie Trotter, Housekeeper at the Meredith home. Lila To Paske
G.T. Ellison, on an unexpected mission. Larry Krauss
Miss Denny, the high school history teucher. Gloria Stoffcrn
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
DIRECTED BY MR. GOOD
Perhaps they didn't know when they were well off, or maybe
they were just gluttons for punishment, but Hercules Nelson's uncle
and aunt had long wanted him to come and spend a week end with them.
nhl to top it off, they even went so far us to say he could bring
his bosom pal, Jilbur Maxwell. So with suitcases in hand, the boys
arrive at Uncle Bob's, set for a big week end. Thatfs puttin' it
mildly indeed because Hercules Knows his uncle has taken a new job,
but what he doesn't know until it's too late is that his uncle is Q 5
mortician. That's right, an undertaker. Needless to say, the boys
are terrified. They're all for heading home pronto, especially when
they find there's another nguestn in the house, an old boy named
Jason Quigley who Nran out of gas.H His funoral's to be Monday. But
then Wilbur spots Celeste, Herc's cousin, and boom just like that,
decides to stay. Well, it's not long till things start happening
in ways that would put most brave men to flight. For one thing,
Mr. Quigley, the Nguest,H walks around, reads the paper and climbs
into bed with Hercules. He gallivants around in s most uncorpus
delecti fashion. The boys are mortally terrified. But they haven't
seen anything yet. Mr. Quigley isn't really dead. Someone tried to
do away with him while he was asleep, so he evolved a plan: He'd
make his family think he was dead, then show up at his own funeral
and trap the guilty party. New Herc's for leaving until he sees N113
the udeceasod'sH grand-daughter and boom, just like that, he decides
to stay. Well, no doubt Mr. Quigley had a good plan, and no doubt
things would have ended peacefully, but there's two things he failOd
to reckon with: Wilbur Maxwell and Hercules Nelson. They set out
to solve the case and matters soon go from bad to worse to terrible.
Hercules tips off Nina that her grandpop's alive, she tips off the
family, and everything's messed up. Uncle Bob is implicated and
mistakenly'c.rted off to the klink, and the boys finally come face
to face with the culprit, after first getting everyone out of the
house who could help them. The boys finally escape with their necks
but not before one of the wildest finishes ever.
Jilbur Maxwell-Thirteen, full of life and action. Larry Menke
Vercules Nelson-Wilbur's bosom pal. Wayne McQueen
Celeste-Very cute and sweet and the object of wiiburfs affection.
Nina Ouigleyfa sweet young girl and the object of Hercules affection.
Margene De KeK.
Frankie-A live wire whose main love is mystery stories.
- Jeanette Rolfes.
Aunt Mary-Hercules aunt. Leona Grooters.
Untl Bob-A mortician who loves his family and loves a good joke.
Granny-Uncle Bob's grandmother. Mary ann Jarvill
Mr. Quigley-Is concerned about the attempt made on his life.
Claire De Naay
Dr. Brown- An immaculate dresser and has a nice appearence.
Madeline-Mr. nuigley's sister. Lavonne Brown
Parry Schuster-The Quigley family lawyer. Ray Portz
Daphne- The Maid. Darlyne Harms
Claude- The caretaker. Ronold Storm
Wayne McQueen was unable to be in the play due to an operation so
our able director Mr. Good took his part.
Another year of music activities to leave behind. we want to
thank Mr. Stolaar, our director, very heartily for working with us,
and helping us ec rush, Best of luck to you hr, Stolaas.
We started the year eff,with the pap band playing at the
home basketball vames threugh the nonths cf November and February.
We enjcvel listening tc Q snappy pep bind. Thanks for the fine
On December l, the band boarded the school buses and journeyed
to Hartley for the Anrurl O'Brien County Band Festival. They are '
stayed all day and participated in the evening concert along with
the other county bands. .
As a Chrlstnas program, the music department presented a
program that included the mixed chorus, girls glee club, and several
smell groups and solos. We are sure it was enjoyed by all.
March 2k was the date set for a concert of all the contest
pieces entered at Sheldon Prelimary Contest. Of the nineteen entries,
our group came home with six I ratings and ten ll ratings. Following
this, on April 23 and 24, the six I ratings went to Perry, Iowa
for the State Music Contest. The returns from this cortest were
three I's and two II's. The I's were, Bob Tiemens bass vocal solo,
and also tuba solo, Robert Blankers baritone solo. The ll's were,
Cloria Stofferan with vocal solo, and the brass'quartett. C ' - -
,F The lIl's were, Gordeane Gabermill with vocal solo. Jean
Ulrltz was accompanist to these entries, and she was kept busy
t-iough out the year . -
U1 May 2, the large groups journeyed to Arnolds Lark for more
coixcsts The mixed chorus, 5irl's glee club, ind the bank all
rfnx :ed II ratings. We felt it was work well line, and all enjoyed
On May 9 the band marched at Sheldon for the marching band A
festival. The tvirlers wore their new uniforms for the first time,
and aided attraceion to the band as they looked very nice. The
festival was planned by the Sheldon Chamber of dommerce.
May 16 was the day of the Orange City Tulip Festival. The
band participated in the parade along with the many other bands.
We want to congratulate the twirlers for doing such a fine job, and
special thanks to Karen, our Drum Majorette. D
The words Hln God We Trustn were placed on pennies for the
benefit of those who use then for fuses.
i, QUIPS AND QUOTES
A modest girl never pursues a mang nor does a'mouse-trap a mouse.
What this country needs is less public speaking and more private
ggttagis a long time for people to get over an illness if compensatio
he one is entirely useless. Even the worst of us can serve as
Children are full of whytelity.
On September 26, l952, the high school was entertained at a
gym party given by the sophomores. The first part of the evening was
spent initiating the freshmen with stunts such as washing Mr.
Hepplers car, rocking the baby to sleep, washing hair in eggs and
scrutbing sidewalks with a tooth brush.
The latter part of the evening was spent playing games in which
lunch served by the Sophomores.
entire highschool took part. This was followed by a delicious
On Wednesday October 1, 1952, the entire school enjoyed a musical
fram presented by the Parkinson's. This year the program included
fery talented young girls who played the piano and also various
The Annual Magazine Party given by the losers was held on
October 6, 1952. a choice of going to the show NMonkey Businessn
or skating at the Sheldon Roller Rink was given each individual.
Everyone came back to school afterward where the losers served a
very refreshing lunch, the ice cream
being furnished by the Curtis
SENIOR CHRISTMMS PARTY
On December 19, 1952, the senior class entertained at a
Christmas party in the Archer gymnasium. The gym was beautifully
decorated with a tree and mistle-toe, which was distributed very
conveniently about the room.
and playing games followed by
served by the seniors.
On January 28, 1953, the
school dance. It was the first time
learning, each of us had a wonderful
by three of the high school teachers
Everyone had a very good time and we
We spent the evening Christmas carolin
gift exchange and a delicious lunch
High School had its first high
many lf us had danced but af er
time. The dance was chaperon d
who also sold pop and candyg
all look forward to each coming
THE AL BELL PROGRAM
Student and teachers alike look
forward each year to the Al
Bell program. This year was no exception and as usual the program
was wonderful. Bell and his family had spent last summer in Nova
Scotia and brought back with him a movie telling us much of life in
that lovely country. Of special interest was the dog, a hugh St.
Bernard a very beautiful animal, who
only understood French.
On March 17, 1953, the Juniors gave a high school gym party,
carrying out the theme of Saint Patricks Day. The evening was spent
playing corner kick, volley ball and
other gym games.
The traditional wearing of the green was carried out followed
by a lovely lunch in the same theme.
Left to ripht
Patty Rallou, Karen Ver Hoef, Carole Horfitt, Judy Andersen,
Marge A1Herts, Glenda Vcrfitt
Left to Right
Claire De Waay, Gloria Stofferan, Margene DeKok
and Bob Tiemens.
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Left to Right--Carol Morfitt, Glenda Morfitt, Marpene De Kok
Lois Ronderman. M ,
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Left to Right--Director-Mr. Stolaas, Gordeane Habermill, Glenda Reekers,
Audrey Koepnick, Gloria Stofferan, Lois Bonderman, Janice Williams,
Judy Anderson, Beverly Balkema, Sheryl Storm, Glenda Morfitt,
Margene DeKok, Marge Alberts, Lila Te Paske.
Second QQ!--Marjorie Koepniek, Glenda Blok, Rita Dolphin, Marvis Krauss,
Jean Bonderman, Evelyn Rozeboom, Carole Morfitt, Darlene Harms, Kathleen,
Lemkuil, Charlotte Dykstra, Sylvia Dykstra, Rith Bruggom,
First Row--Thelma Peelen, Joanne Neighbur, Ruthann Cleveringa, Mary Ann
Jarvill, Joan Shultz, Leona Grooters, Karen VerHoef, Evalena Fykstra,
Patty Ballou, LaVerna Nieuwenhuis.
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Claire De Waay, Rohert Blankers, Norman Van Donslear
Bob Tlemans, Harold Muilenhurg, Marvin Vanden Hull,
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George Blankers, Paul Saupe, Jimmy Rohwer.
Gordeane Habermill, Glenda Reekers, Audrey Koepnick,
Gloria Stofferan, Lois Bonderman, Janice Williams,
Judy Anderson, Beverly Balkema, Sheryl Storm, Glenda
Morfitt, Margene DeKok, Marge Alberts, Lila TePaske,
Marjorie Koepnick, Glenda Blok, Rita Dolphin, Marvin
Krauss, Jean Bonderman, Evelyn Rozeboom, Carol Lea
Morfitt, Darlyne Harms, Kathleen Lemkuil, Charlotte
Dykstra, Sylvia Dykstra, Ruth Fruggom.
Front Row: Thelma Peelan, Joanne Niebur, Ruthann Cleveringa,
Mary Ann Jarville, Joan Shultz, Leona Grooters,
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Second Row: Mr. Stolaas-Director, Marvis Krauss, Claire De Waay,
Norman Van Donsleer, Rodney Harms, Bruce Stofferan,
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Lois Bonderman, Beverly Balkema, Margene De Kok,
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Leona Grootersg Teverlv Folkema, Shervl Storm, Janice Williams
Vargene Ee Kok, Gloria Stofferan, Glenoa Heekers, Ruth
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Teacher: HBoh talks in his sleep.n
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Sept. 1 We welcomed 24 to our kindergarten class.
Sept. 2 Eva.Lauderback moved to Primghar, ' t
Sept. 4 George Schneider left our class, stricken with polio. e
Oct. 17 Science tour for Fall le es etc. 2
Oct. 51 Enjoyed a Halloween Party with the lst grade,
Oct. 51 .trip over to George Schneider to give him HalTUwe9n'treats.
Nov. 12 Our Mother'm and Dads visited school.
Dec. 21 Christmas party and exchange of gifts.
Dec. 21 Last day Jerry McCarty-was with us. '
Jan: 4 - Feb. 19 Mrs. Kaiser was our teacher.
Feb. 15 Valentine Party. George Schneider was the guest.
April 5 Easter egg hunt.
April 1O Tour of the school building.
April 29 Children preformed during acts of Senior Class play.
May 11 Art exhibit. ' '
May . 12 Spring Round up.
May ' 21 Picnic.
Progress1Printing of our first names,'Numhers to 10, recognition
of all colors, ahility to read color names, recognise left from '
right, Units correlated with the following hooks. 'Ee Read Pictures,
Qejore We Read, Come and Hear, and We Look and See. Also lessons
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us to go to Primghar-
Made murals of where each lived
and their babies. '
Grade enjoyed a Halloween Party.
was our teacher while Miss Schutt
Nine boys and 15 girls
Thomas Lauderback left
Unit Study of Animals.
and one of the mothers
Kindergarten and First
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became Mrs. Hulstein.
Judy Youngers left us to live in Sutherland.
Hxchanged gifts and had a Christmas Party.
Patty Hadden left us to live in New York.
Sheryl Honkomp joined the First Grade.
Studied Seeds and Leaves. '
We each had our own mail hox for our Valentine Party.
Ronald Van Heuvelen left us to go to Gaza.
Easter Egg hunt.'
Second News '
began our school year with thirteen pupils, 7 boys and 6 girls
y Brouwer the new member in the class. No' new comers were
d no one left us. ,
have done many interesting things this year. We had a
ere we learned how to buy and also sell things. We also
how to exchange money for the things we sold.
studied about the post office and Mr. Peterson invited us'
the local Post Office and he explained to us how it works. '
science we studied a unit about seeds and plants so we
soil to school and planted beans, corn and flowers and
them sprout and grow.
e months we had the pTA award because we had the largest
of parents present. With our money wegot a large set of
oys and a puzzle of the United States.
THIRD NEWS '
Although our room is small, there is always lots of activity,
what we lack in size we make up in Spirit.
We have learned many new things this year. In Arithmetic We
learned to carry in addition and to borrow in subtraction, also how
to multiply and divide by two and by three.
Our Social Studies has been interesting. We'visited Rusty
Hlake in his home town of Westport and learned a great deal about
:ne different activities in the town. After our unit on Dairy
Froducts we made butter and cottage cheese. The butter was very
good when we ate it on crackers. '
Reading and Phonics has been one of our main subjects. We
have learned many new phonics rules and have learned to apply them
In attacking new words. It has been fun to dramatize stories either
in our own room or for some other rooms.
Our music class has been with the second grade. We learned
many new songs and marching drills. We sang between acts of the
operetta and also in the Christmas program.
Our Animal Booklets which we made during our units on animals
in science were on display for exhibit. We also covered units on
plants, land and water, and simple machines.
How to write letters was one things we learned for English. We
wrote kmtere to Jack Youngers who moved to Sutherland in December.
We were very sorry to have Jack leave. '
We had some interesting contests in Spelling. Each month we
made individual spelling charts which we marked with stars or some
appropriate seal. We also had some spelldowns.
We have worked hard all year and hope to be fourth graders next
Our year began with 16 enrolled, eight girls and eight boys.
The first of March Judy McCarty moved and later Kenneth Schilling
came to our room.
One of our first projects was an Eskimo village, during which
time we studied the Eskimo and his environment.. Later we studied
China and wrote personal diaries of the life in China.
We entertained our mothers and everyone enjoyed having a part
We won the PTA prize money,by having the most parents during
Jducation week. With our money we bought fish and a bowl.
In March Mrs. Steffen left our room to bewith her husband in
Hawaii and Mrs. Kaiser was our teacher the remainder of the year.
FIFTH NEWS '
Our class began and ended with an enrollment of fourteen, but
there were some changes between September and May.
We were left with seven girls in our class when Joan Youngers
moved to Sutherland. However, a new fifth grader came to he with
us in March., She was Barbara Pe erson, from Marcus. '
The fifth grade had their parts in the operetta "Tom Sawyer"
which was presented by the four upper grades. Lorraine Idso played
the part of Becky.
There were many projects for us to work on. The one we worked
on all year was keeping our room decorated and looking as nice as
possible. A history pro ect which we really enjoyed was that of
ugaking Indian tepees and setting up and Indian village. We also
made houses from cornstocks to represent the log cabins pioneers
'nade. Our biggest geography project of the year was making maps of
all the countries we studied this year. Recording our voices for
English and Reading classes was a lot of fun and we learned a lot
from it. Other things we did was to have an arithmetic progress
chart, health charts and spelling contests. U
Four members of our class took baton lessons and five took
band lessons. Playing in Junior Band was really fun.
Our room won the PTA banner and one dollar award once this year.
All together we had eleven bithday parties plus parties for
all the major holidays. Nor shall we forget April Fool's Day and
our Easter basket hunt.
SIXTH NEWS 1.
The sixth'grade started the year with eleven pupils, five boys
and six girls, and ended with eleven.
Glass officers were elected as fellows: President-Stanley
Lemkuilg Vice-President-David Ralloug Secretary-Roberta Blokg
Treasurer-Phyllis Bruggom. Each one did his er her job very efficient
During the course of the year, we held some interesting parties
such as skating, game, etc. It is hard to choose the best party
because, we had so much fun at all of them. Mr. Good was our
class sponsor this year.
The school year of 52 and 55 was begun with l4 members in the
seventh grade. This is an unusual grade, because in it we have
l5 energetic boys and one lonely girl, who has to seek comnanionship
someplace else. Would you like to be the girl? I think she deserves
a great hand for endurance. ' '
Warner Bondcrman was elected president. Wendell Fykstra, vice
president, Douglas Morfitt, Larry Bruggom, and David DeKok were
re-elected respectively as Secretary-Treasurer and class reporter.
Another boy which should receive extra recognition is David DeKok.
Through the entire year he very ably wrote the class activities
every week. Thanks David from the entire class.
The Jr. Hi Dept. had a Halloween party in October. Next was
a roller skating party, when the seventh grade invited the sixth
grade. We also enjoy a show party at Paullina.
We'are all looking forward to our last year in the elementary
grades, The Eighth Grade. 'f
EIGHTH NEWS '
Our class has had both its bad and good moments this year, but
after all is said and done we all agree that it's been a good year
and we are all looking forward to entering high school.
Our class started out with fourteen members but at the end of'
the first semester we lest Karen McCarty who transferred to Royal.
For six weeks we had that unlucky number thirteen but than we were
fortunate enough to have Nancy Peterson put our membership back up
to fourteen for the remainder of the year.
Our social activities of the year included the theater party at
Paullina and a very enjoyable snow party out at Jimmy Rohwer's place.
At the beginning of the year we received a new class mate,
Svlvia Dykstra hut a little later in the vear, Alice Beltman
moved and left the numher of our class at twenty.
During the weep we have worked hard on all our suhiGCtS-
In alrehra we have none from the simnle addition and suhtraction
of signed numhers to orohlems of fiddle? the SQUHVG P00t'
In English we have studied hasic Comnosition and we have
also read from our literature hooks.
In reneral science class we have done many experiments on
such thin s as nannets, electricitv and the telegranh. We have
Studied nanv dif?erent suhjects from the field of science.
In Home Economics and Wanual Training classes we have all
learned and wade manv new things.
As the saying goes HWork hefore play? so first we will
tell of our studies for this year. English was regular grammar
and some litature. We read the novel, HThe Tale of Two Citiesn
by Charles Dickens and Shakespeares HJulius Caosar.H Mrs Camp-
bell always managed to get a few oral and written compositions
in dur assignnents. Worl History was studying nrohlems of the
whole world from the earliest record of man up to the end of
the second World War. Lverv Friday we would trv to hring in
current news rcnorts. The first semester we had Wusiness Train-
ing fron which we learned a lot that we will need to know in the
husincss world. The second semester we had dusiness Arithnotic,
which is more or less a course in working with numhers.- We did
this hv finding ares, volume, cost and weirht of articles. Mr.
Lfooler alwavs seemed orettv good at giving a test when we least
During the vear many of the Home Ee. girls ha'e cooked
delicious things. Thev planned, prenared and served the School-
Hoard-Faculty hanquet. Many have made some of thier own articles
of clothing such as dresses, blouses, skirts, suits, pajamas,
slacks and jackets and stuffed tors.
Some of the girls entered a sewing contest at Sheldon.
Congratulations go to Joan Shultz who won a pair of pinking
In Manual Training the boys have made some nice furniture
such as, desk, sewing cabinet, bedside tables, lamps, hookcase,
vanity chest, footstool gun rack, pencil display case and many
We have one girl Lois Wonderman, in our class, who took
Geometry instead of Home Ec.
Mr. Matzdorfi u.s sponotr of our class which C nsists if
sixteen members. Officers were: Pres. Lois Bondermwn, Vice Pres.
Judv Anderson, Sec. Treas. Kathleen Lemkiul, Studcrt Council Pep.
Joan Shultz, and Harold Wuilenburg. Reporter Glenda blok.
Most of the members of our class participated in most of
the aetivities.' The biggest thrill of the vear was when we ordered
our class rings, even though we wont get then until next fall. In
April we attended HCareer Davu at Paullina where evervbodv went
to four classes about different occupations in which they were
We are now looking forward to being Juniors next vear.
This year has proven to be a busy one for the Juniors. We re-
cieved our class rings soon after school began.
HFinders Creepersu was the nano of our class play. We found
we had were talent than we thought especially when one of our
leading actors decided to take a vacation a couple of nights be-
fore the play. Of course we attended most of the parties. Our
own turned out to be rather ruff judging from the wav Evelyn looked
the next day.
Some of us took part in the various music contests. Margene
found out that she couldn't wear the left shoe on both feet.
The banquet was a western theme with western nusicg guitarsg
cowboy boots and even hails of straw fitting into the setting.
0f course all of the above was just fun and our studies oc-
cupied most of our time. We hope we learned all that we will need
When school started this fall there werefll new seniors
who were rather scared or nervous. hut whv should we be we were
the big-shotsnowll We soon get over that feeling when we began
to get burried in studies.
About the first important thing we did was to have our
Senior Class pictures taken. On October sixteenth we left the school
house about 7:00 A.H. which was pretty early for some of us. Since
Mr. Brower was unable to go with us, Ur. Uatzdorff took his place.
We had our pictures taken which took until about 11:00. Next we
visited the fire station and the police debt. None of us liked the
padded cell very well. We also visited the court room where Hr.
Matzdorff was accused of murderi Due to the kindness of Judge
Paradise he was found Hnot guilty.N Jean Bonderman was the lucky
person that day, she won a tripple banana split, and two tickets
to the nTomban By the way Jean did you ever use them?
The next big step we took was to order our graduation announce-
ments. By doing that we felt we could really see the end coming
closer. How disappointing.
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.Jer talkinc 'csv " es ' , ." i - 1'n n ,T
us k 1 decided if M. e U. to college -nd iere ,, o
eft some of us undecided.
Our Senior Class Play was, HKay Beats The Bandu, which was
given April 29th. .Because of Mr, Good's fine job of dirccting
every thing went eff with a bangi
Next came that day of days, NSkip Dayu which we lucky Ceniors
spent in Storm Lake, Iowa.
The morning was filled with such unforgettable experiences as
touring the packing plant, the National Guard Armory, and the
Soon after this we went to the Buena Vista college where we got
a glimpse of the new Girl's Dorm. and had a very interesting time
studying animal embryos, and one of the college professors gave us
a short talk. The Physics lab. held many wonders for the Physics
students, for we get a chance to see static electricity in action,
and to view marvels of an electric eye, Ask Karen how it feels to
have static electricity running up your arm.
At this time we left our guide and went to lunch.
We spent the afternoon doing various things of our choice,
as shopping, going to a movie, dancing, roller skating, or anything
else we wanted to do.
That evening several of us went dancing to the Jimmy Palmer
orchestra at the Cobblestone Inn,
we are now looking forward to the
lives, HCommencementH at which time we
We can only hope that next yearfs
all important date in our
receive our diplomas. C?7
class will have as full
and as happy a Senior year dS ours has been.
GOOD LUCK, GOOD HEALTH, AND HAPPINESS EVERYONE.
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As to me I know of nothing else but miracles,
Whether I walk the streets of Manhattan
Or dart dart my sight over the roofs of houses toward the sky,
Or wade with naked feet along the beach just in the edge of thc
Or stand under trees in the woods, . , ,
Or sit at table at dinner with the rest,
Or look at strangers opposite me riding in the car,
Or watch honey-bees busy around the hive of the summer forenoon
Or animals feeding in the fields,
Or birds, or the wonderfulness of insects in the air,
Or thc wenderfulncss of the sundown, or of start shining,
Or the exquisite delicate thin curve of the new moon in springg
To me every hour of the light and dark is a miracle,
T e se the fishes that sw' --the rocks--the waves and ships
what stranger miracles are there?
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