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Mason City High School
Class Of 1960


Jerry Kirstein  7/20
Jack Fish  7/21
James Osegaro  7/26
Raymond Berg  8/5
Ron Davisson  8/7
Lorelei Larson  8/11
Judy Lowe (Loeckle)  8/14
Class of 60 met 7/10/2019 due to

Ralph & Tammy Norris

Jack and Charlie Fish

being in town

Next class meeting will be at

Hungry Mind

7/31/19  @5:00 PM







 Welcome to


Mason City High School's


Class of 1960


 Web Site 





Last year, I replaced all the windows in my house with those expensive double pane energy efficient kind. But this week, I got a call from the contractor complaining that his work had been completed a whole year and I had yet to pay for them.

Boy, oh boy, did we go around! Just because I'm blonde doesn't mean that I am automatically stupid. So, I proceeded to tell him just what his fast-talking sales guy had told me last year. He said that in one year, the windows would pay for themselves. There was silence on the other end of the line, so I just hung up, and he hasn't called back. Guess he was embarrassed.





                                               A Positive Attitude

  • After his plane was hit and he was forced to eject, the Marine Corps fighter pilot

    finally regained consciousness. 


    He  was in a hospital, in a lot of pain.  He found himself in the ICU with tubes and

            IV drips in both arms, a breathing mask, wires monitoring every function and a nurse 

    hovering over him, looking worried.  It was obvious he was in a life-threatening situation.


    The nurse gave him a serious look, straight into his eyes.  Knowing he was not only 

                a fighter pilot, but a Marine, she spoke to him softly  and slowly, enunciating each 

    word: "You may not feel anything from the waist down.”

    Somehow, he managed to mumble in reply, "Can I feel your boobs, then?

    And that, my friends, is a real Positive Attitude!! 













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