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 - «8 all old' on The Class of 1968 . . SENIOR...
«8 all old' on The Class of 1968 . . SENIOR PERSONALITIES . . Interviews from P.H.S. j 4# Rolland S. Tucker Gwendolyn Schlake Mail in D. Winter Ron Tucker. The newest member of the senior class is Ron Tucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Tucker. Ron was born April 2, 1950 at Fort Riley, Kansas. In his free time, Ron enjoys working on his favorite possession, possession, his car, driving around, listening listening to music, reading, collecting collecting coins, and GIRLS. . . . Ron's favorite subjects include Business Economics, Bookkeeping, P. E., and American History. Other favorites of Ron's are: "Bonnie and Clyde," "James Brown and the Flames," "Gone With the Wind," and "tough". In twenty years, Ron hopes to be leading a happy family life, enjoying every minute of it, and probably having a child about to graduate like he is about to do now. Gwen Schlake. Future plans for one of the many great seniors, Gwen Schlake, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schake, include attending attending Waldorf College. At the present, however, finding some sort of work in Postville will be Gwen's decision of plans for the uncoming summer. During the past years of her high school life at PHS. Gwen has held the office of Student Council Secretary for one year and has participated in band and mixed chorus. Also, from her "good ole school days" she has many memories, but Mr. Lind, her world history teacher, and winning the football conference championship in her senior year prove to be the most memorable ones she could think of. When Gwen isn't working or babysitting, she likes to spend a great deal of her time at going to dances, reading, or going to Decorah for a pizza. She likes to listen to the swinging music of her favorite singing group, the Cowsills, and she ranked "Doctor Zhivago" as number one on the list of her favorite movies. Although no one can foretell the future for sure, Gwen sees herself as being married and raising a family twenty years from now, a very worthy ambition. ambition. • • * « • Marlin Winter. On July 22, 1949, one of the big-time seniors of PHS was born and that was Marlin Winter. Marlin, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Winter, will be quite busy this summer working at Postville's Postville's U. B. C. lumber yard, and after that he plans on attending the Area One School in Calmar next fall. He has also had some experience at working at a lumber lumber yard and at working on a milk route, both of which were located in Postville, during his high school years. Aside from all his jobs, Marlin finds a great deal of time for his special interests, in which going hunting, going to dances, and chasing girls are the main ones. He also lists "The Greatest Story Ever Told" and "The Four Seasons" Seasons" as his favorite movie and singing group. His opportunity at working in Postville will pay off in the future, future, for Marlin sees himself as being a manager or an owner of some lumber yard twenty years from now. To dry dairymen breeding due They heifers preferably turned winter. Cows days the last for best Periodic veterinarian timely cases or animals Monthly also a for cost on indication producers. Timing operations dividends. milking and Cows respond operations. results of paychecks production, ICE THEY'RE TIMING IS IMPORTANT IN DAIRY MANAGEMENT Ames—"Proper timing of management management practices can improve the net income of Iowa dairymen," dairymen," says Don Voelker, extension extension dairyman at Iowa State University. He points to time of breeding as one of the most important timing timing factors. Studies of DHIA records records show an advantage of 772 pounds of milk and 20 pounds of fat for cows calving in October through April, compared to those calving from May through September. September. Also, the higher price generally paid for fall and winter milk and Which ice probably frozen section. difference might Here's ingredients processes, milks only calories. to 16 to the ice and the determines each. product part in cream

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  1. Postville Herald,
  2. 12 Jun 1968, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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