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We would like to dedicate this Eagle to our mothers and fathers in deep
appreciation for helping us through our most important years.
If it weren't for you behind us, giving us a helping hand here and a
discipline there, we would not be the people we are today. Your guidance
has helped to make us ready to take that important step forward into the
world of tomorrow, and has given us many happy memories.
Seated: Left to Right: Arvin Verburg, Jeannie Lemkuil Roberta Blok stan
Lemkuil, Kenny williams. ' '
Standing: Sponsor-Mr. Smith, Edwin Wolthuizen, David Ballou, Donna Bcgaard,
Norene Dykstra, Sharon Buren, Mary Kuiper, Brad Pietens.
Assistant Editor..........Jeannie Lemkuil
Business Manager...........a.Stan Lemkuil
Asst. Business Manager.....Kenny williams
Sports Editor............Edwin wolthuizen
Social Editor................David Ballou
Grade Editor.... ....Arvin Verburg
Typists........ ...Norene Dykstra
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Mrs. Brouwer, Mrs. Smith, Miss Qdlins, Mrs. Graham
Standing: Mrs. Tanner, Mr. Wolverton, Nrs.Meyer,
,Mr. Brouwer, Mr. Graham, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Colvin.
H. W. Matzdorff
Hull, Iowa-High School
Central College, Pella
Iowa State College, Ames
University of Iowa, Iowa City
University of Colorado, Greeley
Mr. H. W. Matzdorff-Principal
Storm Lake, Iowa-High School
B. A. Degree
Vista College, Storm Lake
Manual Arts, Science
Mrs. Stella Tanner
Newell Iowa-High School
Morningside College, Sioux City
B. A. Degree
Mr. Robert Wolverton
Stanton, Nebraska-High School
Wayne State Teachers College, Nebr.
B. A. Degree
M. A. Degree
Dept. Athletics, Math., Jr. High
Mr. Marvin E. Smith
Indianola, Iowa-High School
Simpson College, Indianola
Iowa State Teachers, Cedar Falls
Dept. Business Education
Mr. William Graham
Harris, Iowa-High School
Buena Vista College, Storm Lake
Mrs. Miriam Colvin
Battle Creek, Iowa-High School
Iowa State College, Ames
Dept. Home Ec., Education
Mrs. Karen Smith
Mr. Myron Meyer
Sheldon, Iowa-High School
Northwestern Jr, Cgllege
Westmar College, LeMars
Dept. Jr. High
Mrs. Richard Brouwer
Rock Rapids, Iowa-High School
Iowa State Teachers, Cedar Falls
University of Colorado, Greeley
Dept. Grade 5 A
Mrs. Elizabeth Graham A
Newell, Iowa-High School
Buena Vista College, Storm Lake
Dept. Jr. High
Mrs. Eleanor Kleinwolterink
Boyden, Iowa-High School
Northwestern Jr. College
Dept. Grade 3
Miss Carol Lee Collins
Ireton, Iowa-High School
Northwestern Jr. College
Dept. Grade l
Miss Sylvia Gorter
Hull Western Christian High School
Westmar College, LeMars
E. A. Degree
Dept. Grade 2
Miss Eileen Smit
Hull, Iowa-High School
Northwestern Jr. College
Dept. Grade A
Iowa Falls, Iowa-High School
Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls
WILTS HOG YARD
ARCHER ARCHER TFLEPHONE EXCHANCE
BCARD' CF EDUCATION
Seated: Carl Akeson, Jr., Patricia Schwartz, Sec'y., Charles Fykstra
Standing: Pat Ballou, Pres., Roy Lemkuil, Emil Koepnick.
Drivers: Bill Haut, Raymond Buse, George Blankers, Jake Vanden Hull.
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Annual Asst. Bus. Manager..E
Annual Business Manager....
Senior Most Likely to Succeed
Double Mixed Quartet.
Newspaper Asst. Ed. 8
Magazine Sales Captain....3
High School Reporter....
Student Council ........
Magazine Sales Captain..
Mary Ann Kuiper
David G. Ballou
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Annual Asst. Ed. 8 Ed.....3,k
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Donna Dee Bogaard
Class Treasurer.... ......2
Class Plays...... ....3,h
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Newspaper Typ1st..... ...
Arvin Roger Verburg
Magazine Sales Manager..
Boys Double Quartet........
Class Treasurer...... ....
Student Council..... coco
Class Secretary... ......
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Sharon Kay Buren
Newspaper Typist.... .......N
Edwin John Wolthuizen
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SENIOR CLASS WILL
We, the Seniors of 1959, do hereby will and bequeath our beloved title
of nSeniorsn to the class of 1960 and best of luck in their future year.
I, Stanley Lemkuil, being of sound physical and mental being, do will
and bequeath the following: My ability to keep out of trouble to Jim, my
singing ability to Lorraine, my Studebaker to everyone because one person
can't keep it running, my muuue to some good dog, my quietness to Sharon M.
my space in the parking lot to Don K., and the best of luck to the future
graduating classes of A.H.S.
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queath my cheery, sunny, even, disposition to Sharon M., my guitar playing
ability to anyone who wants a sore thumb, all my old jokes to Bonnie Eq who
I'm sure will enjoy telling them, my singing ability to anyone who likes to
sing flat, my dramatic ability to Everett B. and Henry D.,nw letter writing
ability to anyone who wants to go bankrupt buying stamps, my ability tokeep
quiet in the study hall to Mr. Smith, my limp to whoever wants to be called
NChester,n my newspaper editor's Job to Jotand the hopes she doesn't end up
in the bughousell And most of all I leave my appreciation to all the hush-
ers who helped me so much this year and the best wishes to Um class ofZMbO.
I, Norene Dykstra, do give and bequeath my seat in study hallto whxwer
is unfortunate enough to get it, my seat in American History to Joan, my
glasses to Barb, my back seat in English class to Jeannie, my long blond
hair to Wanda, my typewriter to Delores, all my old test papers back to the
teachers, and all ogger papers and whatever else is found in my desk to
Charlie, and last b not least, my ability to go Usteadyn to Sharon Mq an
the best of luck to the Seniors of next year.
I, Mary Ann Kuiper do give and bequeath to Kenny a sure cure for Qeqr
ing in class, my argumflts with Brad to whoever could win, all my unfinished
gossip to Larrie, my interest in Calumet to Joan, any old hidden milk bot-
tles to Sharon M., my cheerleading chevrons and experience to Jeannie, and
all the fun and best of luck to the Senior Class of 1960. .
I, David Ballou, do give and bequeath, my seat in the far corner by the
radiator to anyone who likes to roast with privacy, my heighth to Joan Hqny
speaking ability to Mr. Brouwer, my grades to any dunce, my absences to Mr.
Matzdorff, the junk in my desk Cwire, paper, gum wrappers, boxes, old pen-
cils, American Observers, rub er bands, cough drop boxes, etc,D to help the
school's fuel 5111 and Good ck to all future Seniors. ,
I, Roberta Kae Bdok, declare this my Last will and testament and do
hereby give and bequeath the following: my first chair in band to Judy who
is better than I am, my old history quizes to anyone who wants to flunk the
course, my basketball'suit tpiqarilou, my English notebook to anyone whocan
decipher what I wrote, my abil ty to get along with Mr. Brouwer to Jeannie,
my backseat tqlanyone who thinks he or she can keep it and the best of luck
to the Seniorsiof 1969. ' A M
I, Arvln Verburi, do hereby give and bequeath my ability to get Uupugh
school without study hggto'Kegny Williams, my ability to butter up teachers
and my studiouj and attentivev'ttitude, in class to James Wagenaar, my hot
lunch job to Herman Z., my deEi.in-the,study hall,to anyone whawantg iq all
my worn out erassrs, pencils, gum,papEriQQs, rubber bands, doodles, etc, to
anyone who waqhs'them as knicknacks, souyenirs, or decorations, and allthe
best of luck to the Senior Class of l96O.' , A .
I, Donna Bogaard, do-give and bequhath my majorette suit to anyone dnt
likes to freevsor roast while marching, my old papers to mnmne dumb enough
to stop and pickfthem gp, my ability to wear glasses to Warren H.,the,parts
in our class plays as randma and an old maid to anyone who wants to feel
old.. I wish to thank all the teachers who put up with me all th ough school
and the best of luck to the Seniors of the next years. '
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I, Bradley Pigtens, being of unsound mind and body, do give and benemm
the following: My height to Glenice E., my ability to argue with Mr, Smith
to,Perry, my typing ability to Jim Wagenaar, my big feet to'Sharon M1,XAmy
athletic ability' toJDon Harms, my crewcut to Bonnie E., my.seat in study
hall to any displaced Eskimo found wandering around, and the best of lmk to-
the Seniors of:l96O. A
I, Sharon Buren, do sive and bequeath my desk by the cold and- breezy
north window to anyone with an electric blanket or hot water bottle, all
text books to,my brother, Everett, my basketball suit to Sharilyn, all my
old papers to anyone who doesn't want to pass, my typewriter to one of the
sophomores, and the best of wishes to the class of l96C.
I, Edwin Wolthulzen, do give and bequeath my seat in the study hall to
Jim Wagenaar, my grades to whoever wants them, my ability to keep quiet to
Jackie Menke, my mischeivous nature to the senior girls of next year, my
engineer boots to that cowboy, BudBlok, my throwing arm to Bonnie Williams,
and the best of luck to the class of 1960.
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
In the fall roundup of September, 1946, ll head of wild, roly - poly,
five and six year olds were corraled fromthe range into Archer Consolidated
School. These critters carried the following brands! Stanley Van Den Berg,
Beatrice Ballou,David Ballou, Roberta Blok, Richard Dykstra, Robert Hoekaan
Katherine Harkin, Mary Kuiper, Bradley Pietins, Edwin Wolthuizen, and Nancy
Wolf. Miss Juanita Begg had the job of keeping us corraled.
By the time the next year rolled around, we found we had lost Stanley
Van Den Berg, but we had gained Janice Den Beste, Phyllis Bruggom, Stanley
Lemkuil, Marilyn Rolfes. Miss Ver Hoef, the teacher, tallied the group to
be 11+ head.
In 197-+8 we found ourselves in second grade with Miss Thompson as the
teacher. After gaining Arvin Verburg and losing Nancy Wolf and Robert
Hoekman, we totaled 13, an unlucky number.
In third grade Miss Thompson was still Trail Boss. After the loss of
Janice Den Beste we totaled 12 in all.
when 1950 came along we were in fourth grade with Miss Payson as the
teacher. with the loss of Richard Dykstra and the gain of Donna Bogaard we
still totaled 12.
Fifth grade found us with Miss Brink and we still totaled 12 after
losing Katherine Harkin and gaining Voly Louderbeck.
By now we had reached Junior High. Since we had then entered into
departmentalized instruction it woid belnrd to record the various teachers.
In sixth grade we dropped Voly Louderbeck, taking us down to ll. In seventh
grade we gained Ernest Sorensen, bringing us back up to 12. In eighth grade
we gained Jacqnlyn Macky, totaling us to 13.
We entered High School in 1955 with a group of lk-afterlosing Jacqulyn
Macky, but gaining Sharon Buren and Norene Dykstra. After suffering the
usual punishment of initiation, we became adjusted to high school work.
Mr. Wolverton was our sponsor and Mr. Matzdorf was our principal.
In our Sophmore year we lost Phyllis Bruggom, totaling us to 13. Mr.
Wolverton.was our sponsor. This time we enjoyed the Freshman initiation.
In our Junior year we totaled ll after losing Ernest Sorensen and
Marilyn Rolfes. We presented our class play, UHappy Dazen with the help
0f.Mrs. Tanner. with Mrs. Colvin's help we gave the Junior-Senior Banquet
with the theme of NThe Gay Nintiesu.
We didn't lose anybody in our Senior year so we still totaled ll.
These wearied, worried and worthy graduates who had made it tnmgh. the many
years and were fortunate enough not to have moved away will be the ones who
will be remembered as the class of '59. They areg Beatrice Ballou, David
Ballou, Roberta Blok, Donna Bogaard, Sharon Buren, Norene Dykstra, Mary
Kuiper,Stanley Lemkuil,Bradley Pietins, Arvin Verburg, and Edwin Wolthuizen
Mr. Matzdorf was our sponsor with whose help we planned our various esca-
pades to which, Seniors are entitled. Mrs. Tanner helped us present our
Senior class play, HKeep Movingu.
After our graduatiqm exercises the faculty willsorrowfully and regret-
fully let us slip from their grasp with the hope that our thirteen years
exposure to academic life will have rubbed off on a few of us. But let's
give credit where credit's due: We had to be slicker'n a hounds tooth and
twice as sharp to come out of Hthat onen standing up.
CLASS FLOWER: PINK ROSE
CLASS MOTTO: TODAY WE FOLLOW3 TOMORROW WE LEAD
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SANBORN KANSAS CITY, MO
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One Sunday afternoon in 1970 as we were driving to the beach we saw a
large group. It turned out to be the class of '59 having an alumni picnic.
The first one who caught our eyes was Johnny Kuil. He is the newest thing
since Elvis Presley retired. The famous actor is also well known in the
stock yards as nBuy-All-Stan.n He is a very wealthy cattle-buyer. Mr.
Kuil was the former wit from Archer High School--Stan Lemkuil.
By that big oak tree, we see Mademoiselle Marie,the famous hat design-
er from Paris. As you all know, she bases her hats chiefly on chicken and
bird feathers. This arose from a high-school fantasy for a liking of chick-
ens. Mademoiselle Marie is the former Mary Kuiper from old Archer High.
way over there we see the distinguished Professor Ballou, who has been
touring the country the last ll years, speaking to many different groups of
students on the subject of NRopes.N Although he has never tried using a
rope we know one thing and that is that the distingnshed Professor is David
Ballou of Archer.
Nhile making her home in Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Norene, with her husband
Bud and her five younguns, has come all this way just for this picnic. To
pass her spare time she changes tires at Bud's Automotive Hospital. We hope
that she has an enjoyable time in the United States while she is here. She
was Norene Dykstra of AHS.
Sitting on the picnic table we ses Professor Van Irvingburg. He comes
from Dodge City, Kansas, where he was formerly assistant to Matt Dillion.
Ne are happy to say that he has also worked himself up to Professor of his
Institute for Mathematicians. CArvin Verburg remains free for all husband
Donna DeBoer, formerly Donna Bogaard of AHS, has now completed M years
of home work and also 6 tears of advanced house-keeping. She will soon re-
ceive her degree as a very good housewife and mother. She is off again to
help Harlen Jr., who just fell off a stump.
And here comes Ed Wolthuizen sliding to a stop. He has just arrived
from Los Angeles, California, where he had a big race this morning. As you
all know, Ed is the world champion in racing. After all these years he has
not settled down. He says, uSettling down would take all the fun out of
life.n But he is still chasing women.
Gnly through exheme preparations was Miss Roberta CParakeetJ Blok able
to attend this picnic. For you see she is specializing in raising hybrid
parakeets. In fact, she even took a few along to show. Roberta made the
remark that she couldn't stay long because she soon had to be back to her
little apartment house in Archer to attend to her birds.
That much publicized accordian player from the Kentucky Hills has just
arrived. He is followed by a string of kids too long to count. Brad 'Hicn
Pietens is noted for making the best Kentucky Moonshine ever.
Dr. Madeline Florence Nightingale and Dr. Snron Scalpal are also here.
The Dr's, formerly Sharon Buren and Bea Ballou, have a very fancy one room
hospital on the main drag of Archer, where they specialize in ant brains.
Beside this vocation, the Dr's are also very interested in racing and very
often participate in the Archer Speed Bowl. when we asked Dr. Nightingale
whatymade her horse uOcean Biscuitn go so terribly fast she replied, 'I
feed him May-po.'
Lets hurry back to tgwn and put this fascinating bit of news in the
paper, Maybe Weld better not, no one would believe it anyway.
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First Row: Jackie Menke, Barbara Kaiser, Delores Pearson, Jeannie Lemkuil,
Second Row: Bonnie Ehlers, Lorraine Idso, Wanda Farnsworth, Judy Schwartz.
Third Row: Jim Nagenaar, Joan Harms, Kenny Williams, Mrs. Colvin, David Van
First Row: Evelyn Wolthuizen, Myrna wagenaar, Glenice Ehlers, Karen Koepnick,
Second Row: Roy Stangeland, Warren Hulst, Perry Saupe, Don Koepnick.
Third Row: Don Harms, Leonard Blok, Don Rozeboom, Mr. Wolverton.
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First Row: Sharilyn Lemkuil, Marilou Koepnick, Bonnie Williams, Alice
Second Row: Margene Sorenson Mr. Smith Brenda Fa th
Third Row: B111y Ballou, Heniy Dyksu-a,'Everett Bufgffogerian Zylstra
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Ligrarian: Patty Hadden
Assistant: Margo K1
Bottom Row: Stanley Schwartz, Linda Bogaard, Elaine Peterson Joan Pearson
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Midd e Row: Patty Hadden, Jeannie Kleinheksel, Letha Bogaard, Judy Pearson,
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President: Lyell Ballou Ricky Schwartz
Vice-President: Kenny Baxter , Stanley Schwartz
Secretary: Patty Hadden Joan Pearson
Treasurer: Letha Bagaard Judy Brouwer
Visiting a court session was a highlight in our Civics course.
This year marks the end of our Jr. High years. We have many pleasant
memories, such as skating parties, close games and other fun-packed events.
We were active in all phases of school ----- baseball, band, basketball,
and in our studies. Many students maintained a high scholastic record even
while being in many activities.
Graduation night was a memorable occasion also, and we are anticipating
many happy hours in high school next year.
ROY LEMKUIL ARCHER GROCERY
TANNER oIL STATION vAN's PRODUCE
First: Norma Pietens, Jolene Byers, Roger Menke, Phyllis Kaiser, Don-Mer-
ley, Carolyn Wolthuizen, Carol Koepnick.
Second Row: Marge Kleinheksel, Kenny Iverson, Jerry Ganzevoort, JimnyKoep-
nick James Van Beek, Donna Van Meeteren.
Third Row: Myrna Wolthuizen, Paula Saupe, Duane Heerde, Sharol Williams,
Sheryl Honkomp, Mr. Meyer.
President: Don Merley
Vice-President: Paula Saupe
Secretary: Jolene Byers
Treasurer: Jerry Ganzevoort
-This, our second year in Jr. High
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First Row: Beverly Verburg, Margery Wagenaar, Shirley Proehl, Barbara Flaunzh
Ld Donna Bosch.
Second Row: Donald Heerde, Floyd Larson, Tommy Farnsworth, Jeff Woodman.
Third Row: Berdella Grooters, Diana Menning, Richard Akeson, Wendelllversay
Nelva Snip, Linda Noteboom.
Back Row: Mrs. Graham,Larry Ganzevoorq Carolyn Van Meeteren,Carol Lemkuil.
lst Semester 2nd Semester
President: La Donna Bosch Margery Wagenaar
Vice President: Wendell Iverson Richard Akeson
Secretary: Diana Manning Jeff Woodman
Treasurer: Linda Noteboom Linda Noteboom
Our first day in Jr. High was an exciting day. we finally fbunddeskg
met our new classmates and teachers, and settled into our new environment.
During the year we participated in many activities: band, sports, and Jr.
High parties. We held a very successful candy sale during our last home
basketball game to raise money for our class funds. We all paid dues at
each class meeting, too. Towards spring we visited a newspaper office.
Ne all enjoyed being part of our own department and hope the next two
years will be just as successful.
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GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM
First Raw: Carolyn Wolthuizen-Student Manager, Jolene Byers, Joan Pearson,
Paula Saupe, Letha Bogaard, Mr. Meyer-Coach.
Second Row: Margo Kleinheksel, Jeannie Kleinheksel.
Third Row: Payyy Hadden, Judy Pearson, Carol Lemkuil, Donna Van Meeteren,
Sherry Williams, Sheryl Honkomp.
NAME QS . E . DATE Town sc onms
Joan Pearson F 120 Nov. 25 Primghar
Paula Saupe F 47 Dec 2 Moneta
Jolene Byers F 310 Dec 9 Hartley
Letha Bogaard F 18 Dec 18 Sanborn
Sherry Williams F 11+ Jan. 19 Germantown
Donna Van Meeteren F -lg Jan 16 Sanborn
Jan 20 Primghar
Total 2H5 Feb 3 Hartley
Feb 20 Moneta
Feb 27 Germantown
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Garret's Motor k Supply Co
Dar1yne's Beauty Shop
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Front Row: Mr. Meyer-Coach, Kenny Iverson, Don Merley, Roger Menke, Ross
Ballou, Wendell Iverson.
Second Row: Robert Wagenaar, Kenny Baxter, Jim Koepnick.
Top Row: Duane Heerde, Ricky Schwartz, Stanley Schwartz, Daryl Van Meetmen,
NAME POS. POINTS DATE TOWN SCORE
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Roger Menke G S2 Dec Moneta 2h-23
Kenny Baxter G no Dec Hartley 27-23
Daryl Van Meeteren G no Dec Sanborn 27-20
Stanley Schwartz F 38 Jan Germantown 31-18
Lyell Ballou G S Jan. Sanborn 18-20
Robert Wagenaar -2 Jan Primghar 20-M6
Feb Hartley 23-35
Total 287 Feb Moneta 36-30
Feb Germantown 28-26
Feb Calumet 35-17
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Cheerleaders: Phyllis Kaiser, Linda Bogaard, Joan Pearson, Jolene Byers.
Eront Row: Kenny Baxter, Roger Menke, Don Merley, Richard Akeson, Robert
Second Row: Wendell Iverson, Jim Koepnick, Stanley Schwartz, Boss Ballou,
Third Row: Ricky Schwartz, Daryl VanMeeteren, Mr. Meyer-Coach Duane Heerde,
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Front Row: Greg Hofmeyer, Gene Smith, Diane Morfitt, Betty Williams, Louise
Schwartz, Lonnie Van Meeteren, Don DeKok.
Second Row: Billy Farnsworth, Marjorie Cleveringa, Judy Wagenaar, Linda
Wolthuizen, Remona Ganzevoort, Robert Van Beck.
Third Row: Marilyn Henspeter, Carol Menning, Karen Blok, Connie Kaiser
Connie Hadden, Mrs. Brouwer.
Back Row: Loren Flaugh, Greg Menke, George Schneider, Neil Johnson.
Twenty-two pupils entered fifth grade in September, ten boys and twelve
girls. We were happy to have Ramona Ganzevoort join us. She moved to Archer
from Primghar during the summer.
This year our room has new desks so we were the first group to get to
A particular high light of the year, for the boys, was the chance to
learn to play basketball. We practiced once a week with the fourth grade
boys with Mr. Brouwer coaching us. Then we played between halves of several
high school games. Our cheerleaders were Carol Manning, Diane Morfitt, and
Louise Schwartz, with Betty Williams as alternate.
A new subject for us this year was history. Some of us thought we
wouldn't like it but we soon found the history of our country quite fas-
We are looking forward to being sixth graders next year.
Ver Hoef's Modern Appliance Dr A G Korver
White House Clothing Store Murphy's Store
H E Matson Claire Broun's
Dwaine Conoco A. M. Idema, D. D. S.
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FOURTH G RAD!
Front Row: Joel Woodman, Carol Vanden Hull, Laurie Bruggom, Beverly Gauze-
voort, Glenda Proehl, Judith Den Beste, David Byers.
Second Row: Elaine Vollink, Carol Cleverlnga, Marlene Wagenaar, LaVonne Van
Meeteren, Darlene Gloden, Miss Smit.
Third Row: Kenneth Hadden, James Burns, Thomas Potter, Mark Summa, Bill Her
lay, Ronald De Boom. Not pictured: Cynthia and Susan Ballou.
we started our school year with twenty children. In February Darlene
left us, and in March Beverly moved away.
The boys joined the fifth grade boys and played basketball between the
high school games.
Carol C., Laurie, and Marlene were our cheerleaders.
We gave some puppet shows, and did many science experiments. Geography
brought us to every continent of the world. All of us agree we would enyw
visiting them in person some day.
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HY-WAY BODY SHOP FRRMER'S CO-OP ELEVATOR ASS'M
Front Row: Ray NcCracken,Betty Vanden HulL Sandra Farnsworth,Andrea Bosch,
Smith, Mrs. Kleinwolterink.
Second Row: Beverly Flaugh, Glenda De Kok, Kathy Burns, Linda Ballon.
Third Row: Billy Nilliams, Keith Iverson, Glenn Van Meeteren, Marvin Bosch
There are lh students in our class. He have had an enjoyable year,
working, planning, and playing together.
Our language learning has ban1put into practice in our various classes
In social studies we have given many reports. After our dairy unit we
butter and ice cream. Mmmm was it goodl
we enjoyed several parties this year--Halloween, Christmas, and Valen-
We have had a good year together.
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Front Row: Lorene Potter, Norma Korbyn, Ronald Vollink, Wynita Zorgdraager,
Patsy Van Dyke.
Second Row: Miss Gorter, Larry Proehl, Edward Storm, Howard Wagenaar, Mer-
lynn Wegter, Robert De Waay, Dick Burns.
Third Row: Loren Den Beste, Jerry Wagenaar, Mell Sum a, Lloyd Hofmeyer, Dar
Top Row: Kathleen Woodman, Marlys Grooters, Linda Van Meeteren, Lynn John-
gon, Michelle Baxter, Ronnie Vanden Hull.
The second grade began the school year with one new-comer, Wynita Zag-
draager, making an enrollment of 22.
We've had a busy year of work and play. In the spring we
Art and Poetry contests. There were few long illnesses although many child-
ren had the flu.
The children who had birthdays during the year treated the
had a Halloween masquerade party, Christmas, and Valentine part
Christmas operetta the girls were in the rythmn band and the boyswmre polka-
y. In the
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Dale KorbynQ JerryfLynn Vanden Hull, Judy Zorgdraager, Martha Iverson.
Second Row: Miss Collins, Leon Reekers, Arlan Flaugh, Dennis Ganzevoort,
Jerry Alan Wolthuizen, Mark Bruggom, Galen Haack, Bryon Storm
Third Row: Mary Ann Buse, Dwayne Van Meeteren, Kenny Wagenaar: Billy VdDink
Monty Summa, Bonnie Farnsworth.
Top Row: Kathleen Smith, Richard Van Beek, Connie Vander Sluis, Dennis Van
Meeteren, Mary Wolthuizen, Not pictured: Scotty Hadden.
The first grade began its year with 18 boys and 9 girls. Dennis Ganze-
voort moved in March, leaving our class total at 26.
Parties were enjoyed at Halloween, Christmas, and Valentines.
In reading we completed the three pre-primers, Tun with Dick and JmB,n
and 'Our New Friends.
Our number book was 'One by 0ne.n
Some was hard work and some was play, but all in all we had a gud mar.
First Row: Karen Wagenaar, Connie Holthuizen, Shirley Sauer, Kathy Lewis,
Julie Proehl, Donnaflloden, Mrs. Smith.
Second Row: Kenny De Kok, Terry Reekers, Glenvanden Hull, Leslie Stornn Pat
Third Row: Denise De Waay, Vernon Wallinga, Myron Rozeboom, Raymond Bjork,
Bobbie Wolverton. Absent: Cheri Vander Sluis, Gregory Meyer.
The kindergarten began the year with 17 students, 8 girls and 9 boys.
At the beginning of the second nine weeks Kathy Lewis joined our class. In
the spring Donna Gloden moved so we again had 8 girls and 9 boys,
Some of the many experiences the class enjoyed together were doing the
song and dance as teddy bears in the Christmas Program, nSusannas Christmas
Auction,' making a paper-mache giraffe, making an Easter Egg tree mobile,
and taking a train ride from Sanborn to Sheldon.
Through the year we covered two books gf the Learning to Think series,
The Red Book, and the Blue Book. In the Scott Foresman Series we used three
readiness books. We Read Pictures, We Read More Pictures, and Before HeRead
and one of the pre-primers, the new We Look and See. In numbers, we all
completed Come and Count, and some of the class used Playing with Numbers.
Mary's Fashion Shop Queen Cafe
Bowl-Mor Lanes A Boone's Radio R T. V.
Standard Cafe Vander Ploeg Funeral Home
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GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM
Seated: Judy Schwartz, Wanda Farnsworth, Joan Harms, Lorraine Idso, Jeannie
Lemkuil, Sharon Menke.
Standing: Coach Wolverton, Myrna Wagenaar, Roberta Blok, Glenice Ehlers,
Bonnie Ehlers, Bonnie Williams, Sharon Buren, Sharilyn Lemkuil, JackiePbnkB-
Student Manager, Karen Smith, Chaperon.
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Sioux City, Iowa
BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM
Coach Wolverton, Perry Saupe, Kenny Williams, Warren Hulst Stan Lemkuil,
Don Koepnick, Leonard Blok, Don Harms.
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SOFT BALL TEAM
First Row: Brenda Farnsworth, Myrna Wagenaar, Glenice Ehlers, Bonnie WH,
liams, Roberta Blok.
Second Row: Sharon Buren, Jackie Menke, Bea Ballou, Wanda Farnsworth, Judy
Schwartz, Bonnie Ehlers.
Third Row: Mary Kuiper, Sharon Menke, Mr. Smith, Jeannie Lemkuil, Lorraine
First Row: Don Harms, Stan Lemkuil, Edwin Wolthuizen, Perry Saupe, Warren
Second Row: Don Koepnick, Kenny Williams, Coach Wolverton, Don Rozeboom,
Leonard Blok, Henry Dykstra.
Name Position Date Town Score
Perry Saupe Pitcher Sept. Little Rock 7 - O
Don Harms Catcher Sept. Calumet-Sec. Q -10
Kenny Williams First Base Sept. Melvin 7 - O
Stan Lemkuil Second Base Sept. Harris O - 5
Don Koepnick Third Base Sept. Moneta Lg. - S
Jim Wagenaar Shortstop Sept. Ashton A - 1
Leonard Blok Left Field Oct. Excelsior 23- O
Ed Wolthuizen Center Field
Norman Appleton Right Field 'O
Warren Hulst Substitute ..
Don Rozeboom Substitute
Henry Dykstra Substitute x
Everett Buren Substitute
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Paula Saupe, Leonard Blok, Don Hozeboom, Perry Saupe, Don Harms, Kenny
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Back Row: Kenny Williams, Leonard Blok, Don Harms, Bradley Pietens.
First Row: Judy Schwartz, Marilou Koepnick, Barbara Kaiser, Karen Koepnick,
Myrna Wagenaar, Mary Kuiper.
Second Row: Bonnie Ehlers - pianist, Jackie Menke, Sharon Menke, Colleen
Cleveringa, Norene Dykstra, Glenice Ehlers, Bonnie Williams, Bea Ballou,
Donna Bogaard, Roberta Blok, Wanda Farnsworth, Mr. Graham, Director
Third Row: Perry Saupe Sharon Buren, Evelyn Wolthuizen, Alice Buse, Mar-
gene Sorenson, Brenda Farnwworth, Sharilyn Lemkuil, Kenny Williams.
Fourth Row: David Van Beek, Leonard Blok, Lorraine Idso, Jeannie Lemkuil,
Don Koepnick, Jim Wagenaar.
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Wanda Farfiisworth, Barbara Kaiser, Donna Bogaard, Bonnie Williams, Brenda
Farnsworth, Sharilyn Lemkuil.
First Row: Judy Schwartz, Roberta Blok, Paula Saupe, Beverly Verburg,Shamn
Menke, Joan Harms, Leonard Blok, Ricky Schwartz, Patty Haddon.
Second Row! Duane Heerde, Stanley Schwartz, Sheryl Honkcxnp, Don Harms, Perry
Saupe, Colleen Gleveringa, Karen Koepnick, Roger Menke, Wendell Iverson,
Tomy Farnsworth, Kenny Iverson, Jimmy Koepnick, Don Rozeboom, Mr. Graham.
Third Row: Marilyn Henspeter, Billy Farnsworth, Kenny Williams.
Fourth Row: Sherry Williams, Jeannie Lemkuil, Lorraine Idso, Myrna Wagenaar.
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Middle Row: Roberta Blok, Bea Ballou.
Back Row: Sharon Menke, Lorraine IdsO, Joan Harms.
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First Row: Judy Schwartz, Delores Pearson, Marilou Koepnick, Barbara Kakwr,
Karen Koepnick, Myrna Wagenaer, Mary Kuioer.
Second Row: Mr. Graham, Sharon Menke, Colleen Cleveringa, Glenice Ehlers,
Bonnie Williams, Bea Ballou, Donna Bogaard.
Third Row: Sharon Buren, Norene Dykstra, Alice Buss, Margene Sorenson,
Roberta Blok, Sharilyn Lemkuil, Wanda Farnsworth.
Fourth Row: Lorraine Idso, Jeannie Lemkuil, Evelyn Wolthuizen, Joan Harms,
Bonnie Ehlers, Jackie Menke, Brenda Farnsworth.
Left to Right: Paula Saupe, Stanley Schwartz, Roberta Blok, Judy SohwartzJ
First Row: LaDonna Bosch, Shirley Proehl, Karen Blok, James Van Beek, Neil
Johnson Louise Schwartz.
Second Bow: Glenda Proehl, Elaine Vollink, Linda Noteboom, Donald Heerde,
Donnie DeKok, Kenny Hadden, Diane Morfitt, Billy Merley, Carol Cleveringa,
Carol Vanden Hull, David Byers, Connie Hadden, Marjorie Cleveringa, Mark
Summa, Tommy Potter.
Third Row: Mr. Graham, Joel Woodman, Carol Lemkuil, Nelva Snip, Betty Will-
iams, Jeff Woodman.
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Back Row: Don Rozeboom, Leonard
Blok, Don harms, Bradley Pietens.
Front Row: Perry Saupe, Kenny
Williams, Don Koepnick.
Absent: Norman Appleton.
Our band this year was composed of 34 members, meeting every Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday from 11:15 to 12:00. Our outside activities this year
were marching for Lord's Acre Day, the Spencer Fair, and the Orange City
We have 36 members in Mixed Chorus, and meet every Tuesday and Thursday
morning from 11:15 to 12:00. We went to a vocal festival on November 15 at
Sutherland in which the Girls Glee Club and Sextet also participated.
In Girls Glee Club there are 27 girls or all the girls in High School.
They meet every Tuesday and Friday from 2:M5 to 3:30.
We have Six different small groups this year. They are:
Mixed Double Quartet Clarinet Quartet
Boys Double Quartet Brass Quartet
Girls Sextet Clarinet Trio
Several people are working on vocal and instrumental solos nr contest.
Lorraine Idso Leonard Blok
Bea Ballou Tenor Saxophone
Murna Wagenaar Perry Saupe
Bonnie Williams Trumpet
Roberta Blok Bonnie Ehlers
Glenice Ehlers Piano
The spring concert was held on April 10 in the gymnasium. A week after
this on April 17, the contest for small groups was held and on May 2, the
contest for large groups was held.
A new activity that added much to our school spirit was the pep band
that played at our pep meetings.
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, ey etens, Bea Ballou, Joan Harms, Bonnie Ehlers,
Standing: Mr. Smith, Mary Kuiper, Margene Sorenson, Sharon Menke, Sharon
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CALENDAR OF MEMORIES
At the end of the school year, when the Seniors graduate and everyone,
usually, advances one grade, each person retains some part of that year for
memory. Usually the students remember their social events much more readily
than their school work, probably because 1t's more fun.
On September l, 1958, school was called to order for the year. We
started right away with a Magazine Sale. On the 2Hth there was the Freshman
Initiation Party, in which they provided entertainment in more ways Quan one.
On the 30th the losers of the Magazine Sale sponsored a Theater Party for
the winning side.
On October l there was Teacher's Institute at Spencer solubschoolfor
us. On the 8th the Seniors took the day off and went to Sioux Cityfbr pic-
tures at Genell1's and later visited places of interest. The next day K9thJ
the entire school had their individual pictures taken. The lOth was the end
of the first 6 weeks. On the 22nd the Juniors gave their class play: nGran-
ma's Best Years.n On the evening of the 25th the Junior High had a skating
party, and on the 28th the High School held a dance.
On November 6th we had an assembly program on Chemistry by Mall Robins
and on the 12th another short program on Conservation by a representative
from the Floyd Valley Watershed Program. The 21st marked the end of the
second 6 weeks. Thanksgiving Vacation came between the 27th to December
On December 3rd the High School had a dance. On the 15th was the
Christmas Program and the next night Cl6thD the High School held their
Christmas Party. School was dismissed for Christmas Vacation from the Zhth
to January Sth.
oi January 15th we had an assembly program on Laplanders by Charles
Strong. The 16th was the end of the third 6 weeks. On the 28th the school
held a local speech contest. On the 30th the Board and Faculty enjoyed the
annual banquet. On January 20th the High School held a Sock Hop after the
Primghar basketball game.
On February 3rd we had an assembly program by Charles Ramsdenon music.
On the hth the winners from the Speech group went to Sutherland to represent
the school in a preliminary Speech Contest. world Day of Prayer was on the
13th and the grades 6-12 attended the Reformed Church for services. T h e
28th marked the end of the fourth 6 weeks.
March 6th and 7th was the District Speech Contest held at Spencer. On
March 17th the Seniors gave their class play: uKeep Moving.' There was no
school on the 23rd for Teacher's Institute at Sioux City and no school on
the 27th which was Good Friday.
April 10th marked the end of the fifth 6 weeks. On the 17th we had an
assembly program by Al Bell. The next week the Music group participated in
the Misuc Contest. l
May 8th held the evening of the Junioridenior Banquet. On thel5th the
Seniors took the dag off KSk1p Dayl to visit Minneapolis an returned the
next evening. On t e 17th Baccalaureate Services ere held with Reverend
Lubbers of the Reform Church as the speaker. Caumncement services were held
on the 20th. The annual school picnic K22ndJ marked the end of the school
year of 1958-1959.
well, another school year has been completed. So we say farewell to Um
preceding year and to the graduating Seniors, whose footsteps will never
echo again in the cqnddorsof good old AHS, and then look forward to summer
vacation and then another good year.
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On September 25 Mrs. Tanner handed out play books and we all startedto
work on our parts. Since this was our first year for a class play we had
all been eagerly awaiting the arrival of our books. The first two weeks
were spent learning lines and cues and getting the stage ready for the play
During the next two weeks everyone was beginning to get just a little ner-
vous and started studying their lines a little harder. The last week of
practice finally arrived and we started putting the acts together and began
wondering if we'd ever make it by the 22nd, Dress rehersal was full of
mistakes, nervousness, and general confusion, but all in all it went over
better than expected. The night of the play arrived and so did the nervomv
ness! There was an unusally large attendance and the play went quite
smoothly in spite of all the butterflies and fluffed lines. The manor Ckss
would like to thank Mrs. Tanner for all her help and patience.
When Grandma Simms comes from the farm to visit her daughter,she finds
a situation which is not to her liking. It seems that her daughter, Mrs.
Abbott, has become a social climber since the death of her husband, and the
three Abbott children and Sadie, the maid, are having a miserable time.
The very day Grandma arrives, Mrs. Abbott is bringing three upper-crust
guests home for the week end. One of them is rich and snobbish Edwin Carl-
son, who, Mrs. Abbott insists? her daughter Joyce must marry, although she
loves Jim Meyerson, a local telegraph operator. Another of her guests is
Miss Quelch, an unlikable spinster, who runs an exclusive girls' school,
to which Mrs. Abbott intends to send Marion, her fifteen-year-old daughter.
Willie, the thirteen-year-old son, is suffering also, because his mother
won't allow him to do anything he wants, and insists that he practice on his
violin so that she can impress people with his culture.
Well, Gram is determined to-put a stop to all this, and she comes up
with the brilliant scheme of inviting the family blacksheep to Mrs. Abbott's
week-end party. She thinks this ought to sufficiently disgrace her social-
climbing daughter and set things straight.
This scheme doesn't come off quite as planned because since she has
never seen cousin Oscar, the family blacksheep, Gram mistakes a criminal
for her long-lost relative and he, needing a hideout, accepts her invitation
and even brings his wife and daughter.
Naturally, the week-end party is hardly what Mrs. Abbott had hoped for,
but neither is it exactly what Gram wanted, for the criminal Wrelativesn
find it necessary to get rough, causing plenty of exciting complications.
But when Gram gets ahold of her trusty shot-gun, she emerges the heroine of
the situation, the police nab long-sought gangsters, Mrs. Abbotdlbegins to
see the light, allowing her children to follow their true inclinations, and
Jim and Gram both recieve rewards, allowing Jim and Joyce to get married.
..Dave Van Beek
Patch ... .....Jim Wagenaar
Mab1e....... ....Lorraine Idso
Bubbles...... .....Judy Schwartz
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rel Perry Saupe
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Standing: Bradley Pietens, Roberta Blok, Mrs. Tanner, Judy Schwartz, David
Ballou. Absent: Kenny Williams.
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On January 28th the home elimination contest was held in the school gym-
Out of this group Bea Ballou recieved a I rating in the Dramatic division,
David Ballou recieved a I and Kenny Williams a II rating in the Oratoricd
division, and Jeannie Lemkgil recieved a I rating in the Humorous division,
These four went to the pre-district contest at Sutherland on February kth.
Dave recieved a I, Bea a I, Kenny a II, and Jeannie a II. Then on March
3 k A our two Seniors went to the district contest where they both recieved
I ratings. On April 3 8 A they will go to the State contest at Storm Lake.
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with the help of Mrs. Tanner, the Seniors presented their play, nKeep
Movingf on Tuesday, March 17. Despite the fact that we goofed on our lines,
in a few places, and Stan exited in one place and came in another, we feel
that the play was very well accepted by a good audience.
Trouble starts for Anne Baldwin when unwanted, trombone plgdng Profes-
sor Randolph arrives at the Baldwin home and announces that he intends to
stay the entire summer. he isn't such a bad fellow, but that horrid moan-
ing trombone is enough to drive---well it practically did drive Mr. Baldwin
into a nervous breakdown the summer before, and he has been away in the
mountains ever since, trying to recover. Now he is coming back and wantsto
find his house peaceful and quiet, and Anne intends that he shall find it
so. That is she thought it would be, until the Professor arrived for his
second summerl To make matters worse, in comes Hush Harris who brings with
him tnmerug reasons for gray hairs to pop up in everyone's head. To begin
with, he is running away from someone, or something, and everyone expects
the police to break in any minute and haul him off to jail. On top of
that, he is inventing a new type of motor fuel called "Liquid Power" and
immediately takes over the house for a laboratory. So Anne and her friends
try to figure a way to oust both the Professor and dush. Their best idea
to supposedly rent the house backfires and all is confusion as the house is
overrun by a snooping detective, a gossiping neighbor, a mysterious young
girl selling soap, a complaining maid, and a strange woman who keeps insis-
ting she has rented the house, intends to move in the next day and has a
contract to prove her rights! When the Professor accidentally drinks some
of Rush's powerful invention, he disappears in his pajamas, hat and with
his trombone. But things turn out all right in the end. The Professor comes
back after proposing to Emma Knight, Lorema turns out to be Rush's fiancee,
and Harriet returns the lease to the house. After Charity decides to leave,
especially since Mr. Baldwin isn't coming back until fall, Anne decides to
marry Tom and go on her honeymoon.
Anne Baldwin............. ....... .. ...Mary Kuiper
June Harris... .......Bea Ballou
Rush Harris... ....,.Stan Lemkuil
Tom Jeffrey......... ...Bradley Pietins
Douglas Wells........ .,.,Arvin Verburg
Professor Randolph..... ...David Ballou
Harriet Mason ....... ,,,Norene Dykstra
Emma Knight... .... ..,, Donna Bogaard
Loretta Phillips.... ....... ...Sharon Buren
Charity Lynn...... . ...... .....Roberta Blok
Sam Vine......... ...QSophomoreJ Don Harms
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Ben Franklin Store Sanborn Body Shop
New Look Barber Shop Phillips 66
Nerschoor Rosel1a's Beauty Shop
Kleinheksel Cafe Harry Kaiser
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Many hitched a ride on a passing half-note and hopped aboard a flying
platter and joined us for the No. 1 hit on the nHit Paraden for the 1959
Juniors and Seniors! In our magical world of musical madcaps, music flowed
like Spring Showers. We nsay it with musicn--in tribute to our Senior
Guests, NA Melody from the Skyn sets the tempo--na Song-In-The-Heartn the
Ceiling decorations were one continuous mass of uMelodies Hom the Sky'
streamers with a balloon bag in the center which was ripped open during the
dance. Song-In-My-Heart wall banners were hung above the doors to carry out
the theme of the banquet. The walls were decorated with pink and white
streamers, balloons, and hearts. Table decorations tied in with Us ceiling
and wall decorations in decor and color scheme as harmoniously as the flow
of a symphony. Each table had a decorated flaming candle to help set the
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