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Mr and Mrs McBratney Mr and Mrs Kinsinger
Mr and Mrs Jannlmss
TO OUR PARENTS
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have given us so much
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The Senior Class
Mr and hrs Brewer
Mr and Mrs Winsell
Nr and Urs Qirchmier
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I started my journey across country early one Monday morning in
1968. I drove my red and pink sports car to San Francisco where I
stopped to eat dinner at an exclusive hotel. I spotted a seat over
in the corner and hurried towards it. Just as I was ready to sit
down, I happened to glance behind me and my eyes flew wide open. I
hoped the two gentlemen in the Air Force uniforms didn't notice my
stare, but somehow I knew I had seen them before. As the Fbur
Star General turned and grinned at me, I knew itwas none other than
Ted Boyd and who should be sitting beside him but Danny Knupp, now a
jet mechaniq who seemed quite interested in conversing with the Gen-
eral their subject being the General's female cousin After having
a nice chat with them, I excused myself and hurried on From there
I took a plane to Boise, Idaho, and then to Tuscon, Arizona
the plane flew over the city, something told me I must stop and look
OV8P'uB campus of the University of Arizona I was wandering hrough
the halls when I noticed a bulletin on1 e bulletin board which list
ed Karen McBratney as the Fnglish and Dramatics teacher This immed
lately rang a bell and I finally found my way to her office From
our interesting conversation I found that she had been teachlng for
several years and was responsible for the discovery of many new ris
ing stars I could have talked all day but I knew I must catch my
plane for Des Moines, Iowa From there I took a taxi to Milton,Jh ,
where I once again stood and gazed at those familiar walls of Milton
High School and the pictures of the Glas of '58 and recalled Hrs
Holland, Mr Senor, Mr Starcevich, Mr Epperly, and Mr Holland I
then went downtown from the school and stopped in a grocery store to
get a refreshing bottle of coke As I entered the store, someone
came up and slapped me on the back I turned and there stood Jerry
Jannings who introduced me to his charming wife and S little Jan
ningses He is now the foreman of a construction co and is living
in Milton I traveled to Indiana, and on to Ohio where I stopped
overnight in Columbus I was sightseeing around the town and decided
to take a cool drive into the beautifd.country surrounding the city
I drove along reading signs and mailboxes Cas was my habitj when one
name pooped out to meet my eyes The sign beside the poplar lined
lane read, Wendell Bachmann Dairy Industrial Farms I stopped by
and visited with Wendell and found he had graduated from Iowa State
College and now operated a successful dairy business The next morn
ing I again prepared to board my plane, this time for New York City
As I went up the steps, I was greeted by a suddenly familiar smile
I thought a moment and by the time I reached the top, I knew that
the hostess was Kathy Wlnsell She told me she would be around later
magazines and invlted me to the suite she shared wlth Q
dra Wilson at the Plaza Hotel in New York City I accepted a 6
on the way to her home, I found she had just returned from a spec al
flight to Paris France, and was finding her nhome in the sky a ve
8XClt1ng career We reached the hotel where I was greeted bw Sand ,
now a short story writer for many well known magazines Over a cup
of tea I learned she had just comb ned all of her short tories lnto
a novel called nSandra's Short Stories In her spare time she is
a book crltic Her biography, just written by Carl Sandburg, is a
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to once again say good by and prepare to make my trip to Europe The
next morning as I was riding along New York's streets taking in all
the sights, I happened to notice one building in particular the
front was a sign, THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
Marjorie Birchmier, President I knew I must stop and see Marge,
even if I missed my plane I learned that she was the founderof
the institute and was the holder of a Master of Science Degree from
Iowa StateCollege,as well as having become a Major in the U S Wacs
Within the next year she was planning to enjoy another trip to outer
space in Spaetnik XV When I asked what she did her leisure time,
she stated that between space trips and managing the institute, she
owns and manages by herself a 1000 acre farm in southeastern Iowa I
stayed so long that my plane schedule was completely forgotten
bade Marge farewell and the next morning I managed to get a reser
vation on an ocean liner to Europe, destination London, England
arrived on schedule and began searching a newspaper for some sort of
entertainment for the evening I hurriedly glanced at it and found
an address, but paid little attention to what choir was giving the
looked at my program, and to my surprise, the concert was given by
the St Olaf College Choir under the direction o Mary Kinsinger Afta'
it was over I found I was backstage where I enjoyed a wonderfulvisit
with Mary I found she had graduated from the University of Iowa and
had been directing the St Olaf Choir for M years and was also doing
some editing, arranging, and composing for vocal and instrumental
groups As I sat that evening in my hotel room, I recalled thsvisits
with these people who were once known as the graduating classafl9f8
and I could clearly remember that night they lost their identity as
the Senior Class and started out to seek their future
SANDRA WILSON wills her height to Delores Conner
KATHY WINSELL wills her accuracy in riflery to Gary Epperly
MARJORIE BIRCHMIER wills her mathematical interest to Charlotte Hall
WENDELL BACHMANN wills his study time to Dean Cundiff
MARY KINSINGER wills her musical ability to Bob Wisbey
JERRY JANNINGS wills his ncooln hair style to Joe Moffett
TED BOYD wills his pool shooting to Kenneth Hudson
KAREN McBRATNEY wills her sense of humor to Eileen Allen
DANNY KNUPP wills his height, good looks, and Buick to Doug Magill
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