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Table Of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Some Information on Grinnell’s History
3. Biographical Sketch
4. My Family
5. Skeletons
6. Growing up in Grinnell
7. Elementary, Secondary School and Teachers
8. Rural (Country) Schools in Grinnell Area
9. More Education
B. Our Des Moines Neighbor
12. Friends and the Game Time Gang
13. Grinnellians in the National News During This Era
14. Downtown Grinnell
15. Doctors during the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s
16. Barber Shops
17. The Grinnell Academy of Fine Arts
19. Restaurants
23. Car Dealers and Gas Stations
26. Softball League
27. Grinnell Country Club
28. Summer Visitors in Grinnell 12/31/12
29. Letters from Tom Sangster (’46) and Jerry Hagen (’51):
H. Letter to Jerry Hagen from D. Adkins
30. Grinnell High School Sports
31. Poweshiek County Boys Basketball Powers of the Early 50’s
32. Grinnell College Sports
A. John Pfitsch: The Early Years
B. Coach John Pfitsch: The Greatest Game
33. Tribute: Chod DeLong
34. Tribute to Ken Cessna
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More Hometown Memories of Grinnell, Iowa

More Hometown Memories of Grinnell, Iowa

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As a student of local history, I find Dave’s stories of old Grinnell very fascinating. We who lived in this era of the 40s, 50s, and 60s have some interesting things to share with others about “our town” and its people.

His broad knowledge continues to amaze me. How he remembers so much from 50-70 years ago and is able to record it for the rest of us to enjoy is wonderful. If he wants to expand on a topic of which he is unfamiliar, he knows the right person to contact. Yes, he lives in Texas, but he contacts friends all over to help expand on his topics.

Dave’s knowledge and expertise in basketball continued from his first book “A Journey in Overseas Basketball”written in 1997 through the first edition of “Home Town Memories of Grinnell, Iowa in 2012 and now into the sequel of“More Hometown Memories of Grinnell, Iowa.”
As a student of local history, I find Dave’s stories of old Grinnell very fascinating. We who lived in this era of the 40s, 50s, and 60s have some interesting things to share with others about “our town” and its people.

His broad knowledge continues to amaze me. How he remembers so much from 50-70 years ago and is able to record it for the rest of us to enjoy is wonderful. If he wants to expand on a topic of which he is unfamiliar, he knows the right person to contact. Yes, he lives in Texas, but he contacts friends all over to help expand on his topics.

Dave’s knowledge and expertise in basketball continued from his first book “A Journey in Overseas Basketball”written in 1997 through the first edition of “Home Town Memories of Grinnell, Iowa in 2012 and now into the sequel of“More Hometown Memories of Grinnell, Iowa.”

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