Archer High School - Eagle Yearbook (Archer, IA)

 - Class of 1955

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Q O - Is Stanton, Nebr.-High School .fl '- Q' 4 - e " .f I K--""'fs:' ...Q-wish +4523 BUS DRIVLRS Left to right .,M3?i" Jake Vanden Hull, wllliam --1 Haht, Maynard De Boer, and 1 Ray Farnsworth WHL 1-1 COOKS Left to right Mrs Te Paske, Mrs Tanner, Mrs Idso .i,--4' -.,....1n-.- ,-.-4. SCHOOL BOARD -FRONT RON: Art Rohwerg Mildred Watson, S0C'y: Earl Bonderman, Pres. STANDING: Henry Harms, John Peelen, Leonard Blok ""3'Zf- 147' ?'. A . .Lf ,Mx P ref. v , , I- , ' Y A 1. ,fafff-ff, ' O.. ff 1"-ff "- as ' ' . 5+ O :fx sf, , ' ,' gm 1-L 'Tir . A 1 -f . . T 3,21 gf 45, 5,39 --Lf- ' ' , , ' V , ,Q :m::a1.':w'fis:f:f. '- Q, a - - 4 , Q f Q X27 . 4af3'f15'r!fP'4'a 1 XX - ' " ' .fin 7"??:5i"5.xL '. .1 I I , 1 J- , ,,v.,fw,,, V , 1 F W - 1 t ,4 . 7. , ' ,V - 4 :H . ,. A - 4 i 16 . gel 5 , s V ' lf S , L. l 4 . A . ' :nw-.I , . V ,, . sw' , f , ' In o - I 8 ' P 1. . . Q . ,Q '1"".g. . 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Paper Staff Back row left to rizht, Char lotte Dykstra, George Blankers Larry Koepnick, Parold lull enourg, Theodore Tieuens, Glenda Blok, Audrey Koepdcx, Iarvis Hraxss, Lois Bondernan, Ruth Ann cleverinva, Patricia Ballou Left to rlqnt Lois Bonderrnn, Sec'y TrSHS , Kathleen Lem cull, President, Gordeane Habermell, Vice Pres l , fl R A p - ' A p - Student Council Pep Club Officers J 'A : I y " 'h Q g Q x ' Q, Q , g- s. - - - I - , A A 9 9 3 Norman Van Donslear Vice President Audrey Koepnick Kathleen Lemkuil, Pres La Verna Nieuwenhuis Judith Andersen Lois Bonderman ec y Treas 5 we-1, Lowell Baxter s'1 X I e' I al 5 ' - . N . .11 A.k A X -h f ,AN qv A ax 3 lil' Patricia Ballon Charlotte Dykstra lBf" George Blankera Harold Mui lenburg Lvalena Fykstra illf' Glenda Blok Kieth Verburg A A Q HAROLD MUILBNBURG Boys Glee 1 Mixed Chorus l,2,3 Operetta l M Baseball l,2,3 M Basketball 1,2 3 M Student Council Newspaper Staff Class Plays 3 M LAVERNA NIEUWBNHUIS Band l,2,3 M Girls Glee 2,3 M Mixed Chorus 1,2 Operetta M Softball M Basketball l,2,3 M Cheerleader 2,3,M Pep Club 1,2,3 M Student Council V P M Class Plays 3 M CHARLOTTE DYKSTRA Mixed Chorus 2,3 M Mixed Quartet M Girls Glee 2,3 M Vocal Solo Softball M Pep Club l,2,3 M Annual Staff M Newspaper Staff M Class Plays 3 M LOWELL DEAN BAXT Baseball l,2,3 M Basketball l,2,3 M Student Council 3 M Student Council Pres M Class Plays 3 M GEORGE BLANKERS Band l,2,3 M Mixed Chorus l 2 3 M Boys Glee l Brass Quartet M Vocal Solo 3 Mixed Quartet M Operetta l,M Baseball 1,2 Basketball 3 Student Manager Newspaper Staff M Annual Staff M Class Plays 3 M AUDREY KOEPNICK Girls Glee l,2,3 M Mixed Chorus l,2,3,M Band l 2,3,M Sextet M Trio M Brass Quartet l,2,3 M Operetta l,M Brass Quintet l Vocal Solo l,2,3 M Instrumental Solo 1,2 3 M Basketball l, 3 M Softball M Pep club l,2,3 Newspaper Staff M Annual Staff M Class Sec , Trees Class Plays 3 M PATRICIA BALLOU Twirler l,2,3,M Girls Glee l,2,3 Mixed Chorus 1,2 Sextet 2,3 M Vocal Solo l,2,3 Operetta 1 M Basketball 1,2 Softball M Psp Club 1,2,3 M Annual Staff M Student Council Class Plays 3 M LOIS BONDERMAN Band l,2,3 M Mixed Chorus 1, Girls Glee 2 3 Clarinet Quartet 1, Operetta M Basketball 1 2 Softball M Pep Club 1,2,3 Pep Club Sec , reas Newspaper Staff M Annual Staff 3 M Librarian 3 M Class Sec , Treas M Class President 2 Magazine Sales Captain M Class Plays 3 M EVALENA FYKSTRA Girls Glee l 3 M Mixed Chorus l,2,3 M Operetta M Pep Club 1,2,3 M Annual Staff M Class Plays 3,M JUDITH ALDERSEN Girls Glee l,2,3 M Mixed Chorus 1,2 Sextet 2,3,M Majorette 1 2 Drum Majorette 3 M Operetta l,M Basketball l,2,3 Softball M Cheerleader 2 3 Pep Club l,2,3,M Ass't Ed of Annual Editor of Annual M Student bouncil Rep 1 Class Vice President 2 Class President 3 Class Reporter 2 Class Plays 3 M GLENDA RAE BLOK Band 1,2.3.M Girls Glee 1,2 3,M Mixed Chorus l,2,3 M Operetta l, M Basketball l,2,3 M Softball M Pep Club 1,2,3 M Newspaper Staff M Annual Staff 3 M Class Re orter 2 Magazine Sale M Class Plays 3 M KATHLEEN LEMKUIL Girls Glee 2,3 M Mixed Chorus l,2,3 M Band 3 M Operetta M Pep Club 1n2n3au Pep Club President 3 M Class Vice Pres 1 3 Class Class Ulass Sec , Treas 2 President M Plays 3 M NORMAN VAN DONSLEAR Band l,2,3 M Mixed Chorus l,2,3 M Vocal Solo 3 M Brass Quartet 2 3 M Operetta l,M Baseball l,2,3 M Basketball 1,2,3,M Class Class Class KIETH Class Mimeo Reporter 1,3 Secretary l Vice Pres M VERBBRG Plays 3 M grapher l,2,3 M I I Ib' In 9 I J I I I I 2 p M .M ' I I I I I ' 2, 1 - - 3 , ,M ' . I ,3,h . . 3 I I , -n I I ' .14 , ,3,h I ,M ' I I I 3 LL! I Qperetta M ' Newspaper Staff M General ganager of I 3 I I I I ER . . ' 2,3.h I I i 2,h , , Ie I I3Ib' 0 . e' ' .u ' , e T e ll- ' . I 9 I I I I ' . I I I I I I ,3,h Ll' I I e , , 9 E I I I SENIOR CLASS PROPnnCY Kl955J Last Friday, Lay 18, 1965 a horrible disaster occurred t approximately three o'clock p m of that day the trans oceanic liner, Clipper, enroute to Europe met with complications and be gan to sink The captain, Richard Brouwer, finally, after much hailing, gave up hope and went down with his ship blue vreen waters. However a very strange and perplexing situation After Captain Brouwer sent his S O S radio message assumed by the radio headquarters thatthe passengerso 1nto these resulted. in, it was f the liner had boarded the lifeooats to await rescue But, when the coast guard arrived no one, including passenvers and lifeboats could be found. Where had they disappeared to? Immediately, deep sea divers were called to the sceneand began exploring the wreckage. After a few hours of search they found the ship's register in which was found the names of the ship's occupants and their apparent destinations. At the head of the list was the famed name, Monsieur Kieth Verberp, the FTgnch ladies hair stylist Monsieur Verberg was returning to Paris aft rgoing to the United States to stape some style shows in the leading American cities. Second on the list was the name, Dr GlendaE1nstein Blok, the intelligent scientist who was traveling to the Sahara desert where sne was going to try out her latest rocket which was also on the same ship Everyone, world wide has been talking of the Also on the list was Lowell Baxter, one of Marilyn Monroe's favorite photographers. Mr Baxter wwaon his way to Rome to help film Miss Monroe in her latest forthcoming motion picture, nThree Olives in a Martini' Jane Qussell's stand in fa'the same picture, namely Judy Andersen, wasalso on the register. Judy who is also the wife of multimilliona1reCount Percivalvon Schloctop hoven from Luxembourg was to visither husband before she went to Rome. Charlotte Dykstra is another name of familiarity. Charlotte, who is a busy marriage broker, was on her way to Switzerland to cinch a weddingbetween a Swiss yodler and a New York opera star. Next is George Blankers, the knothole salesman for the Blan kers Lumber CONPHHY, who had just bought a rare variety of trees containing 1,001 knotholes and was on his way to Russia to make arrangements for shipment to the United States. Another passenger on the list was the celebrated jockey, Evalena Fykstra, who was en route to England to participate in Steeplechase race This was to have been the first tinm 'mm Fykstra was to have raced abroad with her horse, Slow foot Sam. Kathleen Lemkuil was the next name to be found She was tak ing a continental trip in Europe to collect rare snakes Reptile Gardens in Silver Springs, Florida Miss Lemkuil famous for her manufacturing of rattlesnake skln coats. The representative of the Sheaffer Snorkel Pen namely Audrey Koepnick, is the nextname in order She is ing around the world to purchase white dots for Snorkel for her is also Compmy travel s Incl dentally, a trunk filled with 989,572,183 white dots was salvaged from her cabin. Following Miss Koepn1ck's namewas the name, La Verna Nieuwen huis, big game hunter. La Verna was taking the liner to Europe and then to Africa to take part in a safari to capture a very rare species of black lion, just seen in that repicr recently La Verna has been chief superintendent at thechicago Zoosince 1955. Some day she had hoped to start a zoo in her owmsmall home town in Iowa. QI think Archer is the name.J N8Xt WHS H8r01d Muilenburg. Mr Muilenburgwho is the owner of the luilenburg Extermination Corporation was on his way to Buck ingham Palace in England to exterminatea largecolony of termites that had just invaded the Queen's solid granite bedroom. Another name found was that of M1ssPatric1a Ballou. Miss Ballou is the chief diamond cutter for the Cheater's Genuine Rhinestone Company. She was on her way to Norway in hopes of finding the rare raw material used by her company --1 ' , .A O glass rocket sh1p.she has just designed. , - 1 ' O Lois Benderman, owner of the Bonderman Tricycle Company was the next name in order. Lois had just invented a new tricycle with only two wheels and was taking it to the Swiss Alps for a trial run. The tricycle was never found. At the end of the listwas fon d the name Norman Van Donslear. Mr. Van Donslear was on his way home to Italy and his own little Italian restaurant. He had just eome from Archer, Iowa where he purchased for an exquisite price, a reel e for spaghetti and meatballs from the cooks at the Archer conso idated School, Since nothing more could be found of the passengers, alllupe was given up and the rescue party returned to port. Some time later a message was received from a small island near Spain. It said that all of the passengers had safely drifted to the island and were on their way to their destinations. We all sincerely hope that they make it and we Juniors wish them luck. CLASS HISTORY We started our with an enrollment of eighteen students Judy Andersen, Glenda Blok, Lois Bonderman, Audrey Koepnick, Evalena Fykstra, Caroline Johnson, Donna De Zeeuw, Lowell Baxter, George Blankers, Harold Muilenburg, Jacob Dykstra, Jim Harkins, Rodney Ban Den Brink, Robert Roteman, Irvin Noteboom, Franklin Van Den Berg, Curtis Jass, Kermit Stofferan, Later that year Keith Ver Berg and Gary Haddon joined the group making our total enrollment twenty. We were under the guidance of Miss Dorothy Crooks Know Mrs Harry Kaiserl We entered the first grade with the same group of studentsand again had Miss Crooks for our teacher We made the second grade by gaining James Mc Cosh, but W0 lost Bob Roteman, Irvin Noteboom, Franklin Van Den Berg, and Curtis Jass We then had a total of seventeen in the class Miss Elize beth Den Hartog was our teacher During the third grade we gained Patricia Ballou, Mary Funder man, and Howard Craig, but we lost Rodney Van Den Brink, Gary Haddon and Donna De Zeeuw and James Mc Cosh leaving us with a class of sixteen Our teacher was Mrs Elton Garrison In the fourth grade we had Miss Muriel Beran for our teacher We gained no one nor lost anyone leaving us still with a total of sixteen. In the fifth grade we gained La Von Morrow, Rita Dolphin, Deland Ferrand, Jack Dolphin, Kathleen Lemkuil, La Verna Nleuwen huis and Norman Van Donslear We lost Caroline Johnson and Kermit Stofferan giving us an enrollment of twenty one. We had Mrs Agnes Wilson as our teacher For our sixth grade teacher we had Mrs Paul Hascall We gained Donna Koole and lost Deland Ferrand leaving us with our same number of enrollment twenty one During the seventh grade Donna Koole and La Von Morrow and Howard Craig left bringing our nu ber to eighteen We had Miss Opal Busanmuss for our teacher The eighth grade proved uneventful as to gaining and losing students, so we still had the same enrollment of eighteen Tarnasky took over for that year There were eighteen who entered High School Judith Andersen Patricia Ballou Glenda Blok Lois Bondarman Audrey Koepnick Kathleen Lemkull, LaVerna Nieuwenhuis, Charlotte Dykstra, Evalenaf Fykstra, Joan Shultz, Rita Dolphin, Lowell Baxter3George Blankers, Harold Muilenburg,Norman Van Donslear,Ke1th Ver Berg, Jim Harkin, and Jack Dolphin started but did not finish the whole year Heppler was our class sponsor During our Sophomore year we were the roup that fhitiated the Freshman No one joined the groupbut m Harkin left so we had sixteen in the class. Mr Matzdorff was our class sponsor for that year Joan Shultz left before we started our Junior Year and Rita left during that year leaving us with fourteen in the class Mrs. McDrill was the sponsor of our Junior class and helped us prepare the Junior Senior Banquet We also gave our class play Headin' for a Weddin , under the direction of Mr Good The Senior year was probably the most exciting for us We had Q. I -I 0 HP. n a e a Q Mr. . ' Ji -Q - N , -- HGRANDAD STEPS OUT Directed by Miss Rasmussen our pictures ta en, gave our play-- Grandad Steps Out", went to Omaha, Nebraska, for Skip Day, and we were all present at the Junior Senior Banquet At the present time we eagerly await Baccalaureate R Commencement Bill Matson joined the group udng ing our final total to fifteen Mrs Campbell and Mr Brouwer were the class sponsors for this year, SENIOR CLASS PLAY "Big Jim Mahoney Mrs Laura Morton Grandad Tilly Betty Shadduck Kip Shadduck Trudie Norwood Judy Norwood Ludie Norwood Jack Norwood Jim Mahoney Mrs Jobe Feeney Detective Mrs Dave Hawkins Sound hffects Glenda Blok George Blankers Evelena Fykstra Judy Andersen Lowell Baxter Audrey Koepnick Lois Bonderman LaVerna Nieuwenhuis Norman Van Donslear Kleth Verberg Kathleen Lemkuil Harold Muilenburg Charlotte Dykstra Bill Matson Grandad, ill a year ago, is still considered an invalid by daughter, Mrs Morton, who feeds him on nothing but soup and crackers while he dreams of thick, juicy steaks An old friend, returns from out in Arizona' and plans to stage s a supper for all his boyhood pal Jim helps Grandad make plans to get out of the house without his daughter's knowing Unfortunatley all his clothes are in storage His grandson, Kip, has come for a visit, so they bribe the maid to sneak Kip's clothes out of his room when Grandad appears in the suit wearing a redbow tie, his coat sleeves nearly up to his elbows, his pants halfway up to his knees, the audience really shakes the rafters The two old men sneak out of the house with nobody the wiser A nosey old maid across the street sees them and telephones Mrs Morton, who scoffs at the idea, saying her father is asleep on the sofa It is really Tilly, the maid, who has been bribed by Grandad to cover up with a blanket, and snore at intervals Kip, who has a date to go to the movies with the girl next door, gets a shock when he finds his suit missing His older sister, Betty, and her boy friend make the discovery that Grandad has disappeared Assuming theta burglar has stolerxAip's suit and kidnapped Grandad, they notify the police The tempo now gets, faster and faster while the detective, a regular nhuman olco c1nd,n and the family are out looking lor grandad he and Big Jim slip into the house with mysterious bandages aroun their heads A surprising romance develope between Miss Abby nlgglns, and Jim Mahoney, and just before the final curtain there is a scene that pets the big gegtlaugh of the many that are found in this hilarious farce N Nga Miss Abby Higgins Z . : Z Batricia Ballou STORY OF TH PLAY Y! 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CLASS MILL We, the members of the graduating class of 1955 of the Archer Consolidated school, city of Archer, County of O'Br1en, and State of Iowa, being new of sound minds and memories do make, publish and declare this our last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills and condicils by usheretofore made Section I To the Juniors we will the honor of being the graduating class of Sb any worn out material we may have left such as bubble gum, inkbottles, erasers, books and senior privileges T the underclassmen we will the use of pencil sharpeners, classrooms and the hope that someday they may be seniors Section II Individually we do will and bequeath I Glenda Blok do give and bequeath my gbill f wrak oldsmobiles to Hank dagenaar, nxy ability t o stay night to Carole Morfitt, my letters from the Navy to anyone who wants to read them, the cymbals to Jim Rohwer, who likes them so well, and Good Luck to the Seniors of next year I, Audrey Koepnick do give and bequeath my first chairin band to Ruth Ann, my Geometry grades back to Mr Wolverton, my ability to get along with underclassmen boys, especially Gary Ballou, to Arlene B , my pink jeans to Bruce, my basketball suit to Sharon, my ability to lose and gain weight to Glenda Reekers, my black hair to Joanne N , my good times in Archer High te Sheryl, anything left in my desk to anyone who wants it, and the Best of Luck to the Seniors of l956 I, Patricia Ballou, do give and bequeath my ability to sing to anyone that wants to warble, an old articles or papers laying around to anyone that wants to put them into the waste short boy friends to Beverly Bolkema, the care of my twin sisters to Mr Brouwer, my ambitions to Donnie Andersen, v baton twirler position to Henry Nagenaar, my giggle and big smile to the Freshmen of 1955 my summer romances to Ruth Ann Cleveringa, my unsteady dating to Gary Balleu, and the Best of Luck to the Seniors of 1956 I, Kioth Verberg, do give and bequeath, my ability to hate girls to Gary Ballou, my hot rod car to Marlin Idso, F ability to sing like a sick frog to Leo my teasing ability Dick B , and all my love and good will to the Senior Class '5 I Charlotte Dykstra, do give and bequeath,my blcni hair Leo Kuioer, my ability to go steady to Gordeane Habermehl, inferiority complex to Thelma Poelen, my typing ability to Gary DeBoom, my hot lunch job to anyone who wants to get into trouble, my singing ability to my sister Sylvia, and my Best wishes to the graduating class of '56 I Laverna Nieuwenhuis, do give and bequeath, my ability to jabber to Rgthie B , my old cheerleading outfits and exper ienoes to Carol Lea, all my good times in high school to Je anne, my bass drum to David D , my half of the seat en Bus N0 M to Glenda R my basketball suit to Nancy P , all my F's in Physics back to Mr Matzdorff, my ability to got along with Norene to Gary D., my band uniform to Larry K.3 and last but not least my good tonsils to Ruth Ann who always seems to be having sore throats. Lets of Luck to the Seniors of 1956. - , : . O , ' tv ,ff ' ' A- nozce at paper basket for meg my tall boy friends to Ruth Bruggomg my . . . U, 3 . . . m to .' , of 6. I t. A . . my ' 9 os o Q . I Judy Andersen, do give and bequeath my positionas baton teacher to Henry Nagenaar, my ability to behave ln the study hall to Marlin, my ability to be on time to Gary sallou, my tickling ability to Dick Bogaard, my majorette position to Jerry Jo Saunders, my unwritten letters to Glenda Reekers, annual to Janice, my infinished lgebra papers to Paul, my half filled box of Kleenex to anyone who needs the last half llke Katie needed the first half, all my F's in Physics back to Mr Matzdorff, anything else laying around to an one who :ill stop and get it, and the Best of Luck to the Seniors of '56 and the other lower classmen I, Katie Lemkuil, do give and bequeath my gi gling volley ball partner, Joanne, to whoever wants to lose a volley ball game, my speediness and racin titles to Janice, my dlmples to Paulie, my Physics papers to the birds, my car trouble and traffic ticket to Roger, my drum to anyone who wants the noisy thing, my ability to always tell the truth to Ruth Ann, my ability to get along with Jerry Jo to Beverly, my diamond to myself and the Best of Luck to a swell bunch of Seniors of '56 ability to Ted, my passing of notes to Paul and Gary CIf they don't get caughtl, my book reports to Bill Matson, my long curly hair to Leo, my careful driving to Marlin, all my love to Sheryl so she won't step out on me, my good En lish grades to Henry, and the Best of Luck to the Class of 195 I, Lowell Baxter, do give and bequeath my music ability to Gary B ,my ability to get along with the coach to tiny,Marlin, my good driving in the ditch and not fool1shly9!9 to Larry K , my two bottles of milk a day to Mr Brouwer, my ability to get along and behave in school to Leo K ,my ability not to dent in fenders and not to chase girls to Paul S , and the Best Wishes to the Seniors of 56 I, Evalena Fykstra do give and bequeath my letters to Willa Jean, my ability to get good grades to Ruth B ,my short hand ability to Roger, the name Fykstra to the only one in school who has it, Wendell, my Physics papers to anyone who thinks they can make use of them, my blue eyes to Marcella, my glasses to Glenda R , and Good Luck to the Seniors of 1956 I, Norman Van Donslear, do give and bequeath my pitching ability to Bruce Stofferan my low grades to any person who thinks they will help them, my singing ability to Paul Saupe, my trumpet talent to Doug Morfitt, the ability to get along with women to Raymond Buse, my calm temper to Ruth Ann, and the Best of Luck to the Seniors to 1956 I, Lois Bonderman, do give and bequeath my llbrary work to Sheryl and Judy Ehlers,all the last minute newspaper headaches to Ruth Ann, my ability to get and keep a back seat to Gary Ballou, my little brother Narner, to anyone who wants him, and all mE6Best dishes for a successful school year to the Seniors of l9 I, George Blankers, do give and bequeath m following per sonal and school thingsgto Richard Bogardg my 'Studentmanager shipug my red hair to Don Menkeg my position in right field to Rodney Harms, all my music classes to Jim R., my seat in the assembly to Dennis A.3my place at the mimograph machine to Ted T., any goofy ideas that came into my head to CB1g Mikel Henry and my Best Nishes to Next years graduating class. 1 . I n t he 0 A ,-7 0 I I, Harold Muilenburg, do give and bequeath my basketball ' O 3 3 R . ? Q l., JUNIOR CLASS Left to right Carol Morfitt, Marjorie Koepnick, Uarvis Krauss, Pordeane Habermehl, Glenda Reekers, Ruth Bruqgom, Thelma Peelen, Sylvia Dykstra, Ruth Ann Cleveringa, Joanne Niebuhr, Mrs Skaar Sponsor, Bill Matson, Paul Saupe, Gary De Boom, Larry Koepnick, Janice Williams, Beverly Bolkema, Sheryl Storm, Marlin Idso Leo Kuiper, Rover Lemkuil, Gary Ballou JUNIOR CLASS PLAY LET'S FACE IT Directed by Miss Rasmussen Mr Herman Carr, absent minded husband Larry Koepniok Mrs Herman Carr, his wife Beverly Bolkema Laine Carr, attractive daughter Ruth Ann Cleveringa George Carr, their son Gary Ballou Ruth Carr, young daughter Joanne Niebuhr Carol Carr, younger daughter Glenda Reekers Dicky Turner, one of La1ne's boyfriends Marlin Idso Miss Lucinda Carr, Mr Carr's aunt Marjorie noepnick Elvira McDuffie, nosy nelghbor Marvis Krauss Abigail McDuffie, another nosy neighbor Carole Lea Morfitt Don Drenen, his son, Laine's boyfriend Paul Saupe Mr Yeates, a lawyer Roger Lemkuil Janet Roden, Laine's girlfriend Sheryl Storm Liz Estes, friend of La1ne's Sylvia Dykstra Jean Scott, friend of Laine's Ruth Brugvom Mickey Strong, friend of Laine's Thelma Peelen Marilyn Elliott, friend of Laine's Janice Williams Delivery Boy 0 Gary DeBoom Martha, maid of the house land prompterl Gordeane Habermehl The Carr family was in trouble again AuntLucinda, who was stone deaf without her earphone, had come to live with them While she was there, a lawyer came looking for an heir to a fortune Aunt Lucinda hated to admit her deafness, so she answers yes to all the lawyer questions and he hand over the 350,000 Meanwlile Mr Carr is out of a job and is busy workinp on an invention for which he needs monev Aunt Lucinda hands over the money she has received from the lawyer The lawyer returns to force Aunt Luc inda to return the money All seemed dark and then Mr Carre in vention turns out and saves the family from diszrace J . F 7 O ll ll O D 0 U I O I I O 0 O O , 0 0 C D C I O O 1 . - ' I O I I O I O O I O O Mr. J. Caswell Drennen, important manufacturer. . . . Leo Kuiper . . O O C I C Q I O I I O O D I O O O lil O U O O I O O O 0 . . ? . .O ' SOP OMORLS Left to rlght dilla Jean Harms, Nancy Peterson, Sharon Koepnick, Judy bhlers, MarcellaRolfes, Norene Niguwenhuig, Mr Matzdorff Sponsor, Rodney Harms, Bruce Stofferan, Theodore Tlemans, Donald Blankers, James Rohwer. 23943455 ..T.,.n. FRLSHMLN Left to right Tom w1ll1ams,Larry Bruggom, Douglas Mor fitt, Dick Bogaard, Stanley Wilkins, Vendell Pykstra, Charles Rolfes, Jerry Saunders, Gene Ehlers, Henry wabenaar, Warner Bond erman, David De Kok, Raymond Buse, Mr Wolverton Sponsor TI " e ' 0 V .. . . . X , . e ' AL . . wa .Aj , "W f ., -fr 1"-' - , -' - .rc ZA . mf. ':..-I '3' ., . . ,,--,-,.. , 7 I , Q- v '- 2 X , , ., - 1 .V ju -.1 .. Q . . K1 A f 1 ,, . . --. . a v ' h 1 1 v .. ' 'r - 0 ' Q KX XT SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRAJES Left to Right, Back Row, Mr Tarnasky Fdwln Wolthuizen, Bradley Pietens, Phyllis Bruggom, Roberta HDR Jgmgg Wagenaar, Stanley Lemkuil, Norman Appleton, Lorraine Idso, Joanne Harms, Arvin Verberg, Ernest Sorenson, Mr uraham, Front Marilyn Rolfes, Sharon Menke, Barbara Peterson, Manda Farnsuondy Barbara Kaiser, Judy Schwartz, Donna Bogaara, and Kenny dilliams JUNIOR HI H BOYS BASKETBALL Left to Right, Back Row, Arvin Vgrbepg, Warren Hulst, Paul Merley, Stanley Lemkuil, Ernest Sor enson, boach Mr Kruse, Front Row, Perry Saupe, Donald Koepnick, Jimmy dagenaar, Donald Harms, Richaru Dykstra, Kenny dilliams, and Fred Nagenaar N . 1 0 o 1 I ' A I . 0 F Row, Richard Dykstra, Bea Ballou, Mary Kuiper, Paulette Lemkuil, K G ix 2 ' Fourth Grade Left to Rlght Back Row Daryl Van Meeteren, Ricky Schwartz, Stanley Schwartz, Lyell Ballou, Robert Wagenaar, Patty nadden, Iiss Grooters Front Row Kenny Baxter, Jeannie Kleinheksel, Linda Bogaard, Blaine Peterson, Letha Bogaard, Judy Brouwer, Ross Ballou Fifth and Slxthz Left to rlght Back Row: Mr. Kruse, Donald Roozeboom, Donald Harms, Perry Saupe, donald Koepnick, Paul Merley, Kenneth Schilling, Charles Woltnulzen, Fred Wagenaar, warren Hulst, Leonard Blok, Mrs. Brouwer. Front Row: Darlene Rolfes, Myrna Nagenaar, Evelyn Wolthuizen, Elizabeth Dykstra, Karen Koepnick, Brenda Farnsworth, Bonnie williams, Margene Sorenson, Marilou Koepnick, Phyllis Verberg, Sharilyne Lemkuil, Colleen Cleveringa, Alice Buse, I .D .,,... ,-v-M- . ' AW xl N, , . 1 ,-. .Q X 0 ' I . . ., . . 'L . . L O SECOND GRADF Left to Right, Back Row, Nelva Snip, Richard Ake son, La Donna Bosch, Martin Stofferan, Carol Lemkuil, Wendell Iverson, Carolyn Van Meeteren, Floyd Larsen Sherry Niebuhr, Middle Row, Lonnie Warburton, Linda Noteboom, Diane Menning, Margery Wanenaar, Shirley Proehl, Barbara Flaugh, Berdella Grooters, Beverly Verber,, Tommy Farnsworth, Front Row, Jeffrey Woodman, Donald Heerde, Dennis De Vries, Teacher Miss De Wild -'r THIRD GRADE: Left to Right, Back Rowg Norma Jean Pietens, Sheryl Honkomp, Donna Ruth Van Meeteren, Margo Kleinheksel, Pad: Saupe, Sharol Williams, Myrna Wolthuizen, Teacher-Mrs. Graham, Middle Rowg Roger Menke, Carolyn Wolthuizen, Phyllis Kaiser, Cheryl Wilkins, Carol Koepnick, Jolene Byers, Don Merlev, Front Row: Ronnie Vlaming, Jimmy Koepnick, Kenny Iverson,Duane Herdes . v I Q - M .m.W.f , ..,. ,MMM ,,.,., . ,a.r . y , , V, ,M-I YV, , 17 , H ,, A A-v . V 4 1 , ,HW 2, C , ol, 1 r 2 .1 1, , -,.I. ..x.. H 'MW' 0 1 4 . 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I , V -pl KINDERGARTEN Left to Right, Back Row, Mark Summa, Cynthia Bal lou, Billy Merlev Linda Vlaming, Danny Rohrbaugh, LaVonne Van Meeteren, Tommv Potter, David Byers, Middle Row, Susan Ballou, Carol Cleveringa, Marlene Wapenaar, Carol Vanden Hull, Kathy FlI"nSW0I'th, 'lends Proehl, Elaine Vellink, Front Row, Lar-rfv Warburton, Joel Woodman, Buddy Peterson, Ronnie De Boom Billy Stofferan, Jimmy Burns Kenny Hadden Absent Judy Den Beste Teacher Mrs rowler 'LT' FIRST GPADE Left to Right, Back Row, Dennie Farnsworth, Connie Hadden, Carol Menninp, Marjorie Cleverinqa, George Sohnieder, Connie Kaiser, Karen Blok, Miss De Beer, Middle Row, Gregory Hefmeyer, Louise Schwartz, Diane Morfitf, Betty Williams, Linda Wolthuizen, Darlene Gloden, Christa Foster, Judy Wagenaar, Lon nie Van Meeteren, Donald De Kok, Front Row Jimmy Stofferan, Billy Farnsworth, Neil Johnson, and Loran Flaugh, """" ... .L V.. f -?...4... T. f 11 - .J n 1 " . - -J . . '1 i . . 1 Y - W , 1 I ' '- . . . ,X . . C , . 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MUSI C NEWS Our band this year was composed of 28 different members 'e met every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8 35 to 9 20 also did some marching which included the Diamond Jubilee at Hartley, and the Tulip Festival at Orange City We had a pep band which played for all the home Basketball games and helped irfluence the basketball spirit We had O membersin our mixed chorus in which most all of the high schoo girls participated and about one third of the boys This met every Tuesday and Thursday morning from 8 M5 to 9 20 Girls' Glee included 26 members We met every Monday, Wednes day, and Friday from l2 MS to l 30 Our contest for the large groups was held at Marcus on May 6 and 7 This included the band, mixed chorus, and girls' glee club The small music groups wert to Arnolds Park on April lS and 16 for the contest Those singing vocal solos were Audrey Koepnick, Charlotte Dykstra, Patricia Ballou, Norman Van Donslear, Paul Saupe, Gary Ballou, Glenda Reekers, Janice Williams, Gordeane Habermehl Sharon Koepnick, Theodore Tiemens, James Rohwer, David De Kok Those playing instrumental solos were Audrey Koepnick Trombone, Judy Ehlers Clarinet, and Stanley Wilkirs Piano The small grcups were Girls' Sextette, boys Quartet, Mixed Quartet, and Brass Quartet small groups, and the band An operetfa was given by the mixed chorus, dir ng the first School semester The name of it was 'Tulip Time This is some thing we all enjoyed and strived to do our best in We wish to thank our accompanist, Beverly Bolkena, who played for almost everything throughout the year We also would like to thank Mr Graham for his hard work and patience in music for the school year of l9Sh S5 RATINGS The ratings for the small group contest were as follows Those receiving I ratings were Vocal 301 5 James Rowher, Lance Williams, Gary Ballou, Audrey Koepnick, and the Girls' Trio Those receiving second ratinvs were Vocals Sharon Koepnich Patricia Ballou, Charlotte Dykstra, Glenda Reekers, Gordeane Habermehl, Paul Saupe, Norman Van Donslear, and David De Kok muy Ehlers received a II rating on her clarinet solo, also Others receiving second ratin s were Mixed Quartet, Brass Quartet, Girls' Sextet, and Stanley Wilkins with h1s piano solo In spite of our effort at Marcus here are the ratings Glee Club II, Mixed Chorus II, and Band III Considering the small amount of I's that were g'ven we don't feel to bad , .M 2 2 e We A O Lf G - D . . G D I A O I- O A concert was held on April l which included allof the solos, . Y ' rim Q. I ll. - ' e 2 0: S 2 , . 3- f-fx n E3f'J- Clarinet wuartet hixed mualtet Left to rlght Lois Bonder Left to rl ht Gordeare Hab- man, Judy hhlers, Carole Mn- ermehl, Charlotte Dykstra, fitt, and Beverly Bolkema George Blankers, and Gary Ballou BAND- Left to right, Clarinets Back Row Rooerta Blok, Judy Schwartz, Center Row Beverly Bolkema, Judy nhlers, Front Row Ldx Bonderman, earole Morfitt, Director Mr Graham, Percusslon lor- deane Habermehl, LaVerna Nieuwenhuis, Kathleen Lemkuil, Thelma Peelen, David De Kok, Glenda Blok, Bass Horn-Paul Saupe, Saxo- phones-Sharon Koepnick, Larry Koepnick, Marjorie Koepnick, Bari- tones-James Rohwer, George Blankers, Trombones-Audrey Koepnick, Ruth Ann Cleveringa, French Horns-Sharon Menke, Joanne Harms, Trumpets-Front Row-Rodney Harms, Norman Van Donslear, Center Row Marvis Krauss, Bruce Stofferan, Back Row-Douglas Morfitt, Stan- ley Wilkins, Twirlers-Barbara Kaiser, Wanda rarnsworth, Janice Williams, Patricia Ballou, Judy Andersen, Bonnie Nilliams, and Donna Bogaard MIXLD CHORUS Left to Right Back Row Douglas Morfitt, Ctanley Wilkins, Gary Ballon, Paul Saupe, Norman Van Donslear, Bruce Stofferan, Sheryl Storm, Larry Koepnick, Janice Williams, Theodore Tiemans Rodney Harms, James Rohwer, David De Koa, George Blankers, Richard Bogaard, Middle Row, Mr Graham Director, Gordeane Habermehl, Verna Nieuwenhuis, Ruth Ann Cleveringa, Audrey Koepnick, Glenda Blok, Lois Bonderman, Judy hhlers, Glenda Reekers, Patricia Ballou Thelma Peelen, Sylvia Dykstra, Kathleen Lemkuil, charlotte Dykstng Beverly Bolkema accompanist, Front Row Marcella Rolfes, Willa Jean Harms, Nancy Peterson, barole Morfitt, Judy Andersen, Marjorie Koepnick, Norene Nieuwenhuis, Joanne Niebuhr, Ruth Brugbom, Evale a Fykstra, Sharon Koepnick, and Marvis Krauss A Audrey Koepnick Carole Gary Ballon, Palll Morfitt and Sharon 'KOS 1 k Saupe, Rodney Harms, and Larry ' PH C Koepnick 9 7 V 1 , , l ' . - La- , N G I O . f, 4 , , 5, - Y - fl- ., , A f 5 wi. V.. . . F , - 430-24 GIRLS GLEE CLUB Left to Right, Front Row, Judy Andersen, Ruth Ann Cleveringa, Gordeane Habermehl, Carole Morfitt, MarcellaRdMem Nancy Peterson,1helna Peelen, Ruth Bruggom, Patricia Ballou, Norene lieuwenhuis Middle Row Craham Director, Joanne Niebuhr, Kathleen Lemkuil, Laverna Nieuwenhuig Glenda Blok, Marjorie Koepnick, Evalena Fykstra, Sharon Koepnick, Janice Williams, Charlotte Dykstra, Beverly Bolkema accompanist, Back Row Audrey Koepnick, Willa Jean Harms, Marvin Krauss, Judy Ehlers, Glenda Reekers, Sylvia Dykstra 6 BRASS QDARTET: George Dlankers SEXTET2 Sharon K00P1'1i0k, MHPJ Audrey Koepnick, Rodney Harms, orie Koepnick, Audrey Koepnid and Norman Van Donslear, Patricia Ballou, Carole Mor fitt, and Judy Andersen w F 4- 1 - , , g"jw 'HW . V, ,, WW, Q J4,i5,i1::,g A -I .. . , V - I 1235. 1-1 ' U . , ' 53315 5. Hr. - ' -.-. .,t.. ' M A' H ' 9 "' 1 - . X y "TT f , , 4 L X I I mi , .- U 4 K J 'J " ' 'i- 3 - -i is V11 '15 sk, 'R x '24 nl, Fw- L, ' 4 JJ 6 X40 A 1 'K s'I 1. " 13 Qi 13 :25 . Y ,Bit y., I 4. 4,1 L. Wig... , V- M, 4 Q ,.. l - 1 TJ' ...,..a.. Chaperone Mrs Wolverton,Student Mgr Thelma Peelen, Mascot Boboy Lynn,Coach Mr Wolverton Left to right Audrey Koepnick, Marjorie Koepnick, Marvis Krauss, Glenda Blok, Glenda Reekers, LaVerna N1euwenhuis,Carol Morfitt,Janice Williams, Judlth Andersen,Joanne Niebuhr, Sheryl Storms, Beverly Bolkema .-'La- Cheerleaders LaVerna Nieuwenhuis, Joanne Niebuhr, Ruth Ann Cleveringa, Carol Morfitt L. k Y ' t ' Qlllxi Q ' ',, ,fTTi'L" ,lL,-wjtffy ii' v 2 ,A , ii-QHVMIW-iw ' A, f Q x xl" U k-M4 V W 0. X l,i 5 1,1 .--AY,,-,, ,.T..,.-. A Q, -L Q 1 ,rl 1 ' 1111's . ,Ir ? or I A C BOYS BASEBALL Left to Right, Back Row Lowell Baxter, Henry Wagenaar Marlin Ioso, Coach Mr Wolverton, Harold Muilenburg, Gary De Boom, Norman Van Donslear, Front Row, Theodore Tlemans, Leo Kuiper, Don Blankers, George Blankers, Douglas Morfitt, Bruce Stofferan, Jerry Saunders, Paul Saupe, and Roger Lemkuil X BOY? BA KLTBALL Left to Right, Back Row Coach Mr Wolverton, Student Mgr George Blankers, Lowell Baxter, Harold Mu1lenb1rg, Leo Kuiper, Paul Saupe, Marlin Idso, Rodney Harms, Larry Koepnick, Front Row, Norman Van Donslear, Henry ulagenaa Don Blankers, Roger Lemkuil, Gary De Boom, Bruce Stofferan, and Jerry Saunders . , . . ' c 0 I 1 ,wiarwfil-hfev1 . ly' V W p ' ' I I' 4 - ' A svun Q .- . .. . . 0 1 g . ' is 1 . ' 0 SPORT NEWS K195h 553 The AHS athletic season commenced with a baseball team made up of Harold Muilenburg, Lowell Baxter, Norman Van Donslear, George Blankers, Seniors Marlin Idso, Leo Kuiper, Paul Saupe, Gary De Boom, Juniors, on Blankers, Bruce Stofferan, Dennis Anderson, Don Menke, Sophomores, Jerry Saunders, Henry Wapenaar, David De Kok, Warner Bonderman, Douglas Morfitt, Gene Ehlers, Freshmen The team has won 7 and lost l in the conference and will receive a second place trophy, In all the team has won 9 and lost h After a successful baseball season, basketball started The players that made the squad were Harold Muilenburv, Lowell Bax ter, Norman Van Donslear, Seniors, Paul Saupe, harll Idso, Leo Kuiper, Gary De Boom, Roger Lemkuil, Larry Koefnick, Juniors, Don Blankers, Bruce Stofferan, Sophomores, Henry Wagenaar, Jerry Saunders, Freshmen, and George Blankers, Senior, as Student Man ager One of our greatest highlights of the season was at the County Tournament played at Sheldon Archer was chosen the dark horse of the tourney, but surprised everyone by winning the WB ' champ trophy and trailing Paullina by only 8 points of winning the County Champ Trophy The seasons record stood at 13 wins and 9 loses The boys team received a tie second place trophy in the North West Iowa Conference A conference banquet was en joyed by the first team of both boys and girls The banquet held at Lake Park and at this time Marlin Idso received the hon or of being picked for the first all conference boys team Judy Andersen and Carole Morfitt were chosen for the second all con ference girls team Marlin Idso was chosen Captain for the boys A banquet was held in the band room for all those who went out for basketball on April 5 The girls b8Sk0tba11 squad was made up ofJudy Anders ln Glenda Blok, Audrey hoepnick, Ia Verna Nieuwenhuis, Seni.ors, Sheryl Storm, Carole Morfitt, Janice Williams Glenda Reekers, Beverly Bolkema, Harvis Krauss, Joanng Niebuhr, Marjorie Yoep nick, Juniors, Sharon Koepnick, Sophomore The girls had a successful season winning 10 and losing S The girls won the 'Bn Champ Trophy in the CountiaTourney by dgfgatins Mena a The team was assisted by Student Hater, Thelma Peelen, Junior, and Chaperon, Mrs Wolverton Our Cheerleaders were LaVerna Nieuwenhuis, Senior, Carole Morfitt, Joanne Niebunr, and Ruth Ann Cleveringa, Juniors. A TRIP TO DES MOINES The girls basketball squad left for Des Moines on the hth of March to attend the Girl's State Tournament We stayed at the Rainbow Motel We saw two games Friday and Saturday night Hhile in Des Moines, we visited the Capitol Building Some of the girls went shopping, bowling, or to the show de came home on the 6th Ne really appreciated the fact that Mr and Mrs Leland Storm, Mr and Mrs Leona d Blok, and Coach and Maxine Wolverton drove and acted as our chaperones '15 O I I O 0 ' e team. Judy-Andersen and Audrey Koepnick were dnnnn Co-Captains. O . O ' 4 V t. O O e e u e P V 0 JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL Left to Rlght, Back Row, Phyllis Bruggom, Roberta Blok, Lorraine Idso, Donna Bogaard, Mary Kuiper, Bea Ballou, Joanne Harms, Mr Kruse Coach, rront Row, Barbara Kaiser, Paulette Lemkuil, Bonnie Nilliams, Sharon Menke, Barbara Peterson, Wanda Farnsworth, and Judy Schwartz ..1...4... .,.J.., H4'T .T..L 'T JJBIOR HIGH CHhLRLhADERS Lorraine Idso, Bea Ballou, Wanda Farnsworth, and Sharon Monks DATE August 30 September 15 September 19 October 22 October 25 November 3 November 25 R 26 December December December January ll January 12 January 27 March 25 March April April April April April April April April April 29 30 May 15 May 19 May 20 May 21 Jan 3 SOCIAL N1WS There was also a magazine party OCCASION School Started Individual Pictures Initiation of Freshmen Junior Class Play nLet's Face Itu directed by Joyce Rasmussen Cartoonist As mbl Pro ram Seniors had Pictures taken at Sioux Citv, went throlrh Bakery, Polic Fire Sta tion, on YVTV Thanksgiving Vacation Juggler Assembly Pro ram Seniors gave christmas party in school gym Christmas Vacation Operetta nTu11p Time' by Mixed Horus and Girls Glee Joe HcClarey of Orange City gave a speech on the Floyd Sophomores ordered their class rings Seniors gave play Grandad Steps Outn directed by Joyce Rasmus en Conference Banquet at Lake Park Music Concert at school, laree and small groups Snakes Assembly Pre ram Film at Sheldon nJulius Caesar for English Classes in High School Bask toall Banquet in Music Room Career Dav at Sanborn Good Friday Vacatior Juniors gave show party 'Hit the Deckn followe LIDCH at school Junder Senior Banquet Neptune's Garden' theme Seniors Skip Day at Omaha Baccalaureate Commencement Picnic Distribution of Report Cards , L ,ue and LA- ' 9 - Y- J 2: 13 n 22- . 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JOHN'S CLNTRAL SHOL STORE SHLIDON, IONA WPTTE HOUSV BTY TN BSST POR LFSS Juni DOI , Tom MAQSHALL WELLS STOR S Sporting Goods Toys House Wares Gift Dept Paints Hardware Cofpljmeuts f exclusive Ready m wear Sheldon, Iowa M B L The Friendly Store Sheldon, Iowa N.ARY'S Di P STORL W Near, F Anderson Pharmacists Sheldon Iowa E G R O Mr and Mrs Earl Washer FPIPIDAIRE Formals Bridesmaids and Wedding gowns and other WATIONALSYA D APPIlAhCnS Ladies Apparel and Sportswear Phone 270-Sheldon Sheldon, Iowa UODSRN APPLIANCE W THE I 1 , 'H I ., . 5 o Ben Gorder-Sheldon, Iowa E L L E R 3 R O E K ' S - W' -AO... ,X I I I G A E S F'. EV, ' I m. H. " T H E Y S H , P We feature flowers for every occasion Made to order S H E L D O N G R E E N H O U S E WHEN YOU THINK OF FLONSRS THINK OF OURS Phone 178 Sheldon, Iowa 311 W 9th St Best dishes From The Greater L O Headquarters in Sheldon, Iowa Shirts OBBIL BROOhS' Blouses Slacks Shorts T H E S H L D Complimentq SHLLDLN, IOWA N W O F F S T R E N B - 1 I . . of L L O N N A T I O N A L B A V O S M 8 M FOOD STORE MAYTAG NASHERS and The Home of Quality Foods APPLIANCES SHELDON IOWA Phone 70 Sheldon, Iowa PURINA AND NAYNh FELDS EGGS AND POULTRY Grinding and Mixing on the Farm Sheldon, Iowa phgng S10 SHLLDON PAINT and NALLPAPhR STORL Joe Kooistra PAINTS WALLPAPnR GLASS INSTALLING AND GENERAL RAPAIR Highway l8 Across from new Hospital Phone 900 M O L M E A I R GRADA NAN Vita D Homogenized and Regular Pasteurized milk In Glaes or Paper Half and Half cream Orangeade Chocolate Buttermilk Cottage Cheese Whip Cream Ice Cream At your store or delivered to your door Sheldon Iowa T H R S E N R T H O R E N D E J O N G F E E D 8 F R O D U C E N S D Y I E E SANBORN PRIMGHAR ARCHER WE CANNOT PLEASE EVERYONE BUT WE TRY ARCHER SERVICE TUE and FRI SANBCRN, IOWA " GOOD PLACE T0 BAKE" MEMBER FDIC SWAN UPEI! STIIHE SEI' YOUR TABLE BETTER FOR LESS LOCYER STORAG SHELDON IOWA EL TE CLEANERS SANBORN SAVINGS BANK A ,., 41 i l l l ,- MORL NAWS NORL PICTURES Only audited subscription list in the entire area '38oo PAPERS PRINTED EVERY IJEE " MAIL CIRCULATION IN FHLSL FOUR COUNTIES IS 851 GRLATLR THAN NLAREST COMPETITORS COM LRCIAL PRINTINU ADVERTISING IS WORTH MORE IN THL SHLLDON MAIL BECAUSL OF OUR LARGER CIRCULATION More People Read h N A S M O T Sneldon Hoapers CHEVROLET AND BUICK Sales and Service Alemite Lubrication SHLLDON D R B R A D OPTOMLTRIST IOWA I A - K T H E S H E L D O N M A I L T H ' W O O D S N E ' S P P E R V E R C H O O R O R . Y Compliments of SKELLY' SERVICE IRV an JOHN TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES PRIMGHAR, IOWA PHONE 326 Open 7 days a week COURTEOUS SERVICE GOOD FOOD and FOUNTAIN REFRESHMENTS PRIMGHAR, IOWA PAULLILA, 1owA PHONE 80 PHONE 29 LANGES CAFE Best Wishes From DR. R. G. DYSON OPTOMETRIST Primghar Iowa C BGLENDER Primghar Iowa Compliments of BR COUNTY BELL A COULTY NEWSPAPER FOR EVERY HOME IN O'BRIEN COUNTY Primghar Iowa DON'S WOCD HOP Specia1izIng in KITCH N CABINETS BCOTHS ard COUNTERS FCRMICA CABINET TOPS FINISHED WCODWORKINF OF ALL KINES Phone RED 362 Primghar, Iowa DR. . . THE IEN BILLS TEXACO SERVICE HUNT S DRUG STORE B GETTY HUGH LA MASTER MD I MARFAK LUBRICATION H A V O L I N E O I L S no 142 Primghar, Y PRESCHIPTIONS JWELRY MAGAZINES FILMS Compliments of E . . , M. D . ' I PRIMGHAR SAVINGS BANK O U R E N D PRIMGHAR And GAZA IOWA GREENLEE FOOD MARKET QUALITY MEATS, FRUITS and VEXEETABLLS LOCKERS AND PROCESSING WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCIB Phone 206 Primghar, Iowa FIRST NATIONAL BANK PRIMGHAR IOWA CAPITAL and SURPLUS S200,000 OO Y FRI LY FARMERS AND STOCKMEN'S BANK D E V R I E S H D W. W. De Vries - Prop. Hardware, Stoves, Heaters Washing Machines, Radios Refrigerators, Paints Field Seeds Archer Iowa P R I M G H A R B U I L D E R S CONTRACT BUILDERS Phone - RED BMO Primghar, Iowa C A S S I D Y and H A L B A C HARDWARE and PLUMBING and HEATING FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES PRIMGHAR IOWA C A M B I E R M O T O R O M P A CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE GUARANTEED USED CARS WILBUR and VOS PRIMGRAR CO OWNERS IOWA R N an I I M P L YOUR JOHN DEERE DEALER PHONE PRIMGHAR IOWA D I I R L Dodson Primrhar Iowa U N D Q U VETERINARIAN PRIMGHAR, IOWA A N D A C A F E THE BEST IN FOOD AND BEVERAGES HNHERE YOUR 'RIENDS MEET THEIR FRIENDSH ON HIGHWAY 18 BUS DEPOT PH 286 Sanborn, Iowa c NY KE d FR SBY DO soN's . co. PH LL PS 66 HI-WAY 59 CALL S9 373 , DR. E. s IST ST RD fx Congratulations from C ' B R I E N C C U N T Y C O O P E R A T I V E C R E A M E SANBORN IOJA Sheldon A R op Products Goodyear Tires Iowa Phone 36 h M K U GENLRAL THJLKING ORN QV 'LINU Archer, Iowa F M E R ' S C O - O P O I L C O. Co- Tank Wagon Service R O Y L A I L 6 D E R A E N A R D W A R WELDING TRACTOR OVERHAULING VALLEY ELEVATORS and HOISTS HARDWARE and APPLIANCES PLUMBING and HEATING Phone Sanborn 2 on IM6 Iowa Phono 187 Sanborn Iowa Business Phone M1 Res Phone 272 Compliments of T S O R M O T R N I T U T O R FORD SALES and SERVICE WALLPAPER PAINTS PHILGAS STOVES IRONRITE IRONERS Sanborn, Iowa Phone 8 Sanborn Iowa N B O I U P P A I boron FUELS, OILS FEED SEED GRAIN COAL and GREASES COAL EERTILIZER LUMBER GRINDING and MIXING ARQPIR IOWA Sanborn Iowa U C E FANCY MEATS FRESH FRIITS AND VEGETABLES QUALITY GROCERIES Phone 18 Sanborn, Iowa S N Y R E P I R G L N ' S H E W A O N S A N B N O R C O. F U R E S E 5 S A R N G A R R E T T ' S M O T O R C O - O P E R A T V E S L Y G R N C O. C H C K ' S G R O R Y S T A R R E T T ' S THE. STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST SHELDON IOWA L H A R PORTABLE GRINDING RELIABLE SERVICE Phone S9 Archer, Iowa ARCHER TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, INC FAYE MATEER, MANAGER PRIMGHAR Will Kaiser, County Treasurer Satterlee Barber Shop Pe te ' s Tavern Satterlee Apparel Roy Hughes, County Recorder Nagle's Produce and Farm Supply Peterson Livestock Prlmghar Locker Kaiser Insurance Agency Jean's Jewelry O'Brien County Lumber Jansen Shoe Shop Sohubert's Clothing Store Beekman T V and Appliances SHELDON Hedy's Cafe Slagle Lumber Co Army and Navy Store Coxie's Tavern O'Conner Implement SANBORN Dr M J Shanahan Omer's Cafe Bcone's Barbershop Sanborn Pioneer Food Center Jehue Motors G and H Clothing Store DX Service Station Sanborn Drug Marvin Achterhoff Boone's Phillips Service The annual staff appreciates the ads given by the businessmen They also wish to thank all those that have helped to prepare this annual. 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