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In this year book We have endeavored to give
a pictorial presentation of the various activites of
our school life. As the yearsprogress, may this
book, representative of the happiest years of our
lives, grow in value and significance.
. TOE ULLMAN
MRS. LENORA IOHNSON
D e cl I c a t I o n
"Honor thy Father cmd thy Mother. . d
We are ever mindful of the unselfish help our
parents have given us throughout our life. With
sincere appreciation and grateful hearts we respect-
fully dedicate this 1948 VIKING to them as a small
way of expressing our thanks.
Seen Around the School.
Mr. Ruott --- "Now,
this is the Wcry to olo
. . . . thot's the
Beulah-"Come on, gong, let's qive th
everything We hcrve. "
Sweet horrmony tills the oir ors
C1 school bond plcrys on
Iunior honor students, Betty Scott and
Dwight Hovland, lead the 1947 qraduatina
Girls' physical education class, under
the direction of Mrs. Klinq, try to attain
poise and qrace.
Queens of the lunch-
roorn . . . Mrs. Pederson
and Mrs. Bowyer.
explains the mys-
tery ot the heat of
vaporization to the
PRESENTING . . . faculty members in various
moods . . . seriously concentrating on the latest
TellofTest question . . . registering amusement Cabout
some student prank?l . . . looking tor the little birdie
as the photographer snaps their picture . . . thought-
tul, serious, smiling . . . enjoying another ot those
excellent after school luncheons Ctor faculty members
AGNES FARAGHER, B.A., University
of Iowa, Physics, General Science, and
Chemistry. ELIZABETH HETLAND, B.A.,
Gustavus Adolphus, English. ETHEL
SYMONS, B.A., University oi North
Dakota, English. BLANCHE OLSEN,
University oi Minnesota, Librarian and
DANIEL H. RUOFF, B.S., University
of Minnesota, Athletic Coach, Physical
Education and Health. CLAIRE KLING,
B.A., Valley City State Teachers Col-
lege, and North Dakota Agriculture
College, Physical Education, Health and
General Business. DONALD W.
SCHLATTMAN, B.S., Moorhead State
Teachers College, Assistant Coach,
Biology and Geography.
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HIT., Univ'-xzslty uf Nwxth Dolcottx,
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llttxtw 'l'vr1f'lwIs College, English und
lVlfIlllf"lllllllCS. BERNlCE N EIL S O N,
Moorhfmcl Sllllfx' Teucllors College, So
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A. C. PEDERSON
ARNOLD EID MARIE RISTE
Senior h' h ' '
ig principal Iunior high principal
A. C. PEDERSON, B.A., Luther College, Latin.
ARNOLD EID BA MA M
, . ., . ., ayville State Teachers
College and University ot North Dakota, social science
and World history.
E, B.E., Moorhead State Teachers Col-
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Seated: Herman Sitlco, Earl Volkerd-
mg, Bloyd Bodding, Chester Ingber
Standing: Mrs. Alpha I-Ietland, Otto
STUDENT TEACHERS' COUNCIL
Seated: Dwight Rector Verndetta
Larsen, Robert Merck, president, Bette
ows y, Iames Murphy.
Standing: Duane Olson, Mr. Ruott,
Mr. Eid, Noel I-Iaaland.
Al"l'lIll A YEAR Ol' WANDERING AROUND
lookina for class rooms the seventh araders have
decided junior hiah can he a lot at lun . . . take
pride in Watchina Gayle lead the yells at cr B aarne
. . . wonder why their decorated hikes and motor
:scooters didn't win lirst in the homecoming parade
. . thoiiaht their advisor, Miss Eiteland, was tops
. . . reaarded Rodney Boyer as their latecomer
every morning . . . had a hiah old time at their class
parties, and lelt extra privileaed when they were in-
vited to the senior' high parties . . . insisted that
they'll he the most outstandina class Ada has ever
had . . . decided to stay around tor two more years
and then move on to senior high.
lmlt to iialrti
llavvarrl Storms, llan lilrlis,
rss ottivers: lariivv lla.-, tiwrisnrrr
Varal Brvvik, svuretaryg Sonia Olsvn
vivo presideritf Gayle il-frirvrivii, pn
l'irst row: llorialtl Visser, llenr s
Nielveliria, Gvralrl lrvalvsan, Gert
Karsten, Keith llovlanrl liwdtivy hour
Sncorirl row: Fiiawriv Siirnnri, Davr
Rector, Ronald Gvrlets, llllllltl lmrir
'l'hird row: Rolwrtrr XrVirl-c It in
l-loesclx, Mary Nirsvlil, Shirley Griv r
Mary llansten, Wrlrrrrr 'lot-tis, loan Nm v
Lett to rialit:
First raw: Rivhani Welwr, ll 1
Nirsrlrl, Gary Ullman, Ronald Roost
lloward lloclcstad, Allvn Olson, llewtx
Second row: Carol Hrevilc, Sonia
Olson, Vernon Natvvrrk, Glen An 1
son, Patricia llvllorwiril, lanice llcr
'lhird row: Adrliv Writer, Ga Q
Berliericlr, Marlene lirieslmtt, lo Ann
llolrn, Mary Marsden, Iayvv liuranini
Marlys Sannielson, lflrli Fay llttinr
"Two Years Before the Mast"
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Class officers: Marlene Tvedt, secre-
taryg Helen Sorenson, treasurerg Nancy
Pallum, presidenty Dick Nielson, vice-
Left to Right:
First row: Ronald Balzum, Kenneth
Kappes, Melvin Bennefield, Delmar
Ford, Elmer Sorenson, Adry Drake,
Second row: Victoria Geriets, Delphy
Sprung, Dorothy Sanders, Barbara Bit-
ker, Doris Hellerud, Lois Braunschweig,
Iocelyn lohnson, Mavis Brueshoff.
Third row: Bernard Grossman, Eldon
Eklund, Sherman Scott, LaDonna Roesch,
Richard Grivno, Donald Rinerson,
Left to Right:
First row: Beverly Stein, Mildred
Erstad, Marlene Tvedt, Marlys Fetting,
Barbara Ambuehl, Agnes Riepe, Helen
Sorenson, Geraldine Ness.
Second row: Richard Nielson, Vernon
Rage, Duane Eastvold, Earle Finch,
Howard Neumann, Walfred Anderson,
Raymond Betcher, Orin Self, Ronald
Third row: Iames Landsverk, Patricia
Gullickson, Shirley Rill, Audrey Writer,
Ardis Iacobson, Gloria Franz, Nancy
oPallum, Helen Hubbell, Patricia Noden.
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AFTER TWO YEARS OF IUNIOR HIGH THE
eighth graders think it's all right . . . brag about
the members of their class on the B squad . . . had
lots of fun working on their float . . . appreciated
their advisors, Mrs. Hetland, Mr. Schlattman, and
Mrs. Nielson . . . think Bob Betcher did a swell job
as manager of the team . . . labeled Donald Rinerson
"the mouse in the corner," because he is often heard
but not seen . . . watched Gerry Ness do a slick
job of cheerleading . . . wondered how Pat Gullick-
son and Shirley Rill made the straight A honor
roll so often . . . somehow struggled through the
GBADUALLY GETTING USED TO SCHOOL
life, the ninth graders are having a gay time, and
occasionally do a little studying . . . are proud of
their B squad players . . . are just as proud of Alice,
their peppy cheerleader . . . welcome the newcomers
at the beginning of the year . . . think Bob Bang
does a fine job as assistant photographer on the
annual . . . know that De Loris and Duane do all
right as artists of the school paper . . . wonder why
"Boozey" doesn't grow . . . appreciate their advisor
Miss Biste . . . are well represented in the hand . . .
thought algebra was a lot of fun, but . . . are look-
ing forward to their first year in senior high.
"The Green Years"
Class officers: Alice Larson, treasurer:
Bonald Nightengale, president, Arlie
Askelson, vice-presidentg Marleanne
Left to right:
First row: Dale Bic-rem, Myron Adkins,
Arlie Askelson, Billy Faragher, Iames
Bartz, Burtis Ambue-hl.
Second row: Cleone Eklund, Duane
Fournier, Bill Barney, loe Books, Lor-
Third row: Vivian Kroshus, Leona
Iacohson, lune Berqlind, lanis Ander-
son, Lilly Ann Iverson, Marlene
Habedank, Helen Hagen.
Left to right:
First row: Robert Bang, Ioe Boesch,
Donald Wagner, Curtis Lee, Paul Malt-
rud, Ronald Nightengale.
Second row: Alice Larson, Richard
Landsverk, Donald Lee, lerome Rage,
Marieanne Tehven, Mary Reipe.
Third row: Fay Lohmier, De Loris Ol-
son, lovinae Bcsmussen, Laurena
Warnholz, Cleone Luchau, Verona
Pagd 1 1
S o p I1 o m o re s
"Best Years of Our Lives"
Class officers: Maxine Miller, vice-
presidentg Alvin Vakoch, president:
Donna Larson, treasurer.
Left to right:
First row: Iohn Bremer, Clinton Sor-
enson, Loren Rushton, Arne Strom,
Kenneth Iverson, Charles Ambuehl, Lar-
ry Peterson, Robert Burley.
Second row: Burton Rockstad, Dwight
Rector, Alfred Kirchmier, Morris Sprung,
Iohn Anthony, Philip Nirschl, Erlin Ger-
jets, Frank Anderson.
Third row: Ardis Ellingworth, Donna
Holte, Yvonne Ike, Iona Hendricks,
Ieannette Hovland, Petra Iacobson, Har-
riet Ellingson, Ruth Anderson.
Lett to right:
First row:Deloris Rinerson, Donna Lar-
son, Wilma Iohnson, Betty Habedank,
Ioan Wilkens, Patricia Tehven, La
Moyne Iolinson, Maxine Miller.
Second row: Iarnes Murphy, Avenelle
Landro, Alice Brantl, Lucille Drake,
Geraldine Brueshotf, Lorraine Logan,
Hazel Teters, Richard Ingberg.
Third row: Walter Books, Larry
Skalsky, Verona Hasz, Hilda Stein,
Ioyce Olson, Ioan Running, Roberta
Anderson, Phyllis Lundon, Alvin
THE TENTH GRADERS COMPLETED THEIR
leap from junior to senior high with a big bang . . .
won second prize on their float . . . appreciated their
class advisors Miss Symons and Mr. Sitta . . . think
Gerald Cirks did fine as vice-president oi the FFA
. . . had iun serving at the prom . . . built a rip-roar-
ing bonfire tor homecoming . . . knew their STC
representatives, Dwight and Iim, were always on the
job . . looked on proudly as their B squad players
burned up the basketball court . . . decided to stay
around another year or two. Q
Tllll VZQERS MAINTAINED THEIR TITLE BY
usinfr a covered waaon as their float . . . seemed
to think their prom was tops . . . appreciated their
advisors, Mrs. lorqenson and Mr. Eno . . . wondered
how Allen acquired the nickname "Worm" . . .
looked on proudly as their football heros carried the
hall across the qoal . . . know Duane N. Olson did
a aood joh as annual photographer . . . yelled loud-
ly as their haskethall stars raised the score . . .
f:ouldn't understand why Francis, the sleepinq
beauty, was always tired . . . presented a successful
class play . . . eaaerly looked forward to their senior
. A. ,. ' '
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"lt's A Wonderful L,fe"
Class officers: Ronald Rasmussen,
secretaryy Myron Sanders, vice-presi
dent, Bill Larson, president, Delmar
Lett to riqht:
First row: Les io Olson, Myron
Sanders, Ronald Rasmussen, Richard
Waqner, Duane N. Olson, Allen Oqard,
Stanton Dekko, Richard Maltrud, Vire
qil Anderson, Oral Biorem.
Second row: Be'te Tamlce, Beverly
Roesch, lsalielle Eklund, Audrey Het-
land, Bill Larson, Ioyce Siordal, Gray-
don Storms, Evelyn Kroshus, Arlene
Olson, Ben Fischer, Anqeline Fettinq,
Levia Johnson, Dolores Wilkens.
Left to riaht:
First row: lames Lundon, Duane K.
Olsen, lack Helsinq, Francis Nirschl,
Daniel Dullum, Lowell Austinson, Ron-
ald Baker, Delmar Benesh.
Second row: Ierome Pinske, lean
Ouirk, Donna Nash, Delores Bartz,
Betty Nauqle, Harriet Rockstad, Lor-
raine Ellinqson, Verndetta Larsen,
Third row: Ardell Woltier, Verniel
Anderson, Grace lacobson, Ramona
Balzum, Dorothy G.lsoul, lean Hubbell,
Doris Brakoh, Richvrd Waanerg
Fa oe I Ll
S 2 fl I O I' S
THE SENIOBS ABE ALL lN A DITHEB ABOUT
araduation . . . presented a successful class play
after many wearisorne, yet interesting practices . . .
had tun posina for class pictures . . . worked hard on
the '48 annual . . . won tirst prize on their "lt's in
our Heart" float . . . know that the two Bettys deserved
top honors . . . think Bob Merck did a tine iob as
STC. and class president . . . qazed with pride at
their football heroes Cespecially Kenny who made the
Moorhead Daily News all star team? . . appreciated
their class advisors Mr. Eid and Mr. Armstrong . . .
had fun on skip day . . . are proud ot Flo and Beulah
who kept up the cheerinq rnorale ct everyone . . .
wonder how the school will ever get along without
thern next year.
Class oftxcersi Elaine Petry, vice-presidentg leanne Ann
Hahedank, secretary: Donald Tehven, treasurer: and Robert
Today We Follow: Tomorrow
IO ANN THOMPSON
' YVONNE ANDERSON
Black and Gold
Photographers: Duane Olson, Robert
Bang, Ice Ullman, and Larry Peterson.
Seated: Allan Ogard, iunior editor, Bette Malakowsky, editor-
in-chiefp Betty Christiansen, business manager. Staiidina: Dwight
Hovland and Betty Scott, assistant edi'orsg Bill Scott and Carol
Olson, assistant busiaess managers.
ADA VIKING . . .
when the last piece of copy was finally sent off to press. Finances were well
taken care of by the hard working business staff. Pancakes and rummage
were the main features of a sale sponsored by the staff in lanuary.
on the l948 annual began last spring and progressed until March
The character of a school is reflected in its annual. With this thought in
mind the editorial staff has worked hard, trying to capture every phase cf
school life, so that each reader will find memories to have and to hold for keeps,
lack Spink, Bobert Wichern, sports editor: Babe-rt Merck
Mrs. Iohnson, advisor. ' ' ' ' ' '
Virgil Petting, Myrna Petting, Beverly Kraulik, and Flo Haaland
wists: Beulah Relidvr, lo Ann
Tliornpson, Beverly Kraullk, Flo lltra
land, and Myrna Fettiutg.
lfli. liittfr, iitlviswr, lwyfwr Ulzwii, assistant editor: loyrfw Siorrlal,
1 ui "lllt'l' lflf'flll"llll" llt'lt' rt, liruiffrfxry rirlitorg Dimitri Fournier,
-'flat it Vuwil l"'flll'l, :sports rvlitvii.
udents anxiously awaitinq
their copies ol the Viking Log. Between the lines of each copy is represented
d the rest of the staff, spurred
hy Mr. Sitta. What you don't see are the worried laces of the editors as
tlifvy eiicoiirfrqe the reporters and typists to qet their Copy in on time to beat
the clocidliuo, All afgree that the school paper is well worth waiting lor.
The last Friday ol every month finds the st
tho ruruiy lonq hours ot labor by lacie, loyce, an
Reporters: larqurilyri Sclivrl, llvleu
lluliliell, Dutiue l:lOllYlIl"lk, luuiui lltilwi
dank, Levin lohnson, De Lorisa Qlson,
tt, Alice Larson, Audrey lletlautl, Virail
Fettinq. SOCUUIII Carol Olson, Armtrelirie
1 ll 1: 4 ilfulli.
llittiriq, Verridetta l.arsvri, Betty Nautrlv.
lllltrifififriirgvlifirsa frrivl pr-uwvr lrilflvrsi lov llllulflri, Hlll
llhlltlt ii ltr l-'li , li' i'f' 'l':iulcf', lfry lxnluuir-r, and M rr-
Robert H. Arrnstrona,
First row: Marlene Hahodank, Ioan Wilkens, Maiifvfiriritv
Tehven, Lorraine Hekman, Wilma lohnson, Ruth Anderson, Helen
Hagen, Lilly Iverson, Vivian Kroshus, lovinae Rasmussen, Fay
Second row: Alice Larson, Do Loris Olson, Verona Hasz,
Verndeita Larsen, Verniel Anderson, To Ann Thompson, Alice
Pinske, Lorraine Logan, Dorothy Gilsoul.
Third row: Patricia Tehven, Ardis Ellinqsworth, Donna Lar-
son, Hilda Stein, Yyonne Anderson, Cleone Elclund, lanis Ander-
son, Ieanne Habedank, Audrey Hetland, Isabelle Eklund, Beulah
Rehder, Elaine Petry, Beverly Kraulik, Deloris Bartz, loan Spaeth,
Hazel Teters, Cleone Luchau.
Fourth row: Ierome Rage, Orin Moe, Duane Olsen, Alfred
Kirchmeir, Tack Helsinq, Duane Fournier, Richard Landsverk,
Robert Bana, Paul Maltrud, Arlio Askelson, Ronald Niahtenqale.
Betty Habodanlc, accompanist. Rohert H, Arrnstrona, director.
First row: Duane K. Olsen, loyce Siordal, Deloris Olson,
Alice Larson, Audrey Hetland, Richard lnqherq, Ronald Niahtcn
dale, Richard Landsverk, Larry Peterson,
Second row: Geraldine Ness, Helen Hubhell, Rohert Barra,
lames Landsverk, Arne Strom, lovinae Rasmussen, Ioanne
Hahndank, Leslie Olson, secretary-treasurer, lack Helsinq, Farrcl
Nirschl, Paul Maltrud, Richard Neilson,
Third row: Gayle Berherich, Elda Faye Fettinq, Carol Brevik,
Clark Tuite, Barhara Ambuehl, Aqnes Riepe, Vernon Natwick,
Orin Self, Howard Neumann, Ronald Kolb.
Fourth row: Tanis Anderson, Betty Christiansen, president:
Dewey Tommerdahl, Nancy Pallurn, Ioe Ullman, Allen Oaarfl,
Rohert H. Armstrong, director, Betty Hahedank, Gary Ullman,
Kenneth Tverson, Herman Maltrud, Graydon Storms, Robert
The Viking concert and marching band made considerable
progress toward becoming an efficient, smooth running organiza-
tion this year. There are forty-six members in the band, three of
which will be graduated this spring. Notable among additions
to tho hand this year are a set of chimes, a baritone saxophone,
and a CI :-saxophone. lt is expected that a number of new players
from tho twontyfeight piece beginners band will be added to the
comfort band, Public appearances this year included: the home-
coming parade, Christmas concert, the annual "Booster" concert
in f"obruary, an exchange concert with Crookston high school,
all tho home basketball games, the April Spring concert, Land
Q' Lakes Vfroamory meeting, the district and regional contest
loiitivalzs, and commencement exercises. Engagements for the
sumnior include the Norman County fair, the North Dakota State
lair, and :several others as yet unannounced. Of great importance
lu the wcellare of the band this year was the formation of the Band
The choir is composed of 52 members and made public ap-
Casey at the bat
Pete scores again.
Left to right:
First row: lim, Marland, Robert, Ben, Chuck Ginzberg, Dwain, Don,
Willard, Alvin, Pat.
Second row: Virgil, Ronnie, Alfred, Kenny, Graydon, loe, Marvin,
Baseball was on the Ada Viking athletic
schedule for the first time this year. The
team had a very successful season. The
District 30 tournament was held at Ada,
August 4 through August 6. The Viking
Nine participated in the first game, but
were defeated by Bagley in the final game
of the tournament.
1948 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
Halstad ....... 7 Ada
Hendrum ...... 2 Ada
Bagley ........ l l Ada
Halstad . . Ada
Bemidji . . Ada
Fosston ........ U Ada
Baqley ........ 5 Ada
Fosston ........ 6 Ada
Bagley ........ 8 Ada
Lett to riqllt'
4 First row: Coach Ruoff, David, loe, Ronny, Ben, Delmar, X
Bunky, Larry, lim, Dwain.
Second row: Virgil, Bill, Graydon, Alfred, Ronnie, Noel, lack,
The Ada track team traveled to
Bemidji to participate in the Beaver
relays on May second, where they
won second place with twenty-six
points. On May eighth at the Fertile
Invitational meet, Ada took first with
seventy-three points. The team placed
first in seven events. The District 30
track and field meet was held at
Bemidji on May sixteenth. Ada's point
winners were Delmar Benesh, Noel
Haaland, Ronald Baker, Dwain Ness,
Graydon Storms, Ronald Rasmussen,
and Eugene lackson. Ada won second
llaaland over the bar.
Ben and Dwain flying liigli.
District track meet at Beniidi.
place with forty-eight and a half
points. On May twenty-third the
regional track meet was held at
Bemidji, where Ada won twelfth place
with four points. Point winners were
Delmar Benesh and the relay team.
.if F is
Duane K. Olsen
Captain Noel Haaland
The Viking football team had
a very successful season this
year. The season opened with
the defeat of the Hendrum
Huskies and closed with a vic-
tory over the Fertile Falcons on
homecoming day, October 31:
thus Winning the conference
football trophy. This is the first
championship for the Vikings
in the recently organized Wild
Rice Valley conference.
The homecoming game end-
ed the football careers of five
senior lettermen: Noel Haaland,
Robert Wichern, Kenneth Lar-
sen, Virgil Petting, and Art
Not pictured: Ronald Baker,
Daniel Ruoff, coach
1947 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Hendrum . . . O
Wauloun .... 8
Twin Valley . 0
Hawley ..... 28
Borup ..... 19l
Fertile ...... 20
Ada ......... 8
Ada ......... 22
Ada ......... 32
Ada ......... 36
CB teaml ..... Z5
Ada ......... 28
Won Lost Ties
Ada . . .... 6 0 0
Fertile ..... .... 4 1 l
Hawley ..... .... 3 2 l
Twin Valley ... . . . .3 3 O
Waubun .... .... 2 2 2
Hendrum .... .... 1 5 0
Borup ..... .... U 6 0
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Leslie Olson, manager
Daniel Ruofi, coach
WON 17, LOST 9
The 1948 basketball season saw the
Vikings capture their fourth successive
sub-district championship and also the
runner-up in the district. The team got
otf to a slow start but gained moment-
um as the season progressed. When
the season was over they had won
l7 and lost 9. They had an on and oft
season with a brilliant showing in the
Detroit Lakes game.
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rldl on Victory for Homecoming .
Festivities of the l947 homecoming began Thursday evening,
October 30, with the traditional bonfire and pep rally led by
the cheerleaders. The senior class again won first prize in the
float competition in the parade Friday afternoon. Anyone look-
ing up saw more of the senior talent displayed on the city water
tower! The band, under the direction of Mr. Armstrong, led the
parade, followed by the royal float and class floats. That rainy
afternoon, football fans watched the fighting Ada Vikings de'
feat the Fertile Falcons 28 to 20, making them the champions of
the Wild Rice conference. Myrna Fetting was crowned home-
coming queen by Noel l-faaland, captain of the team, at the all
school party that evening. Her attendants were Audrey Hetland,
Vernoletta Larsen, Betty Scott, Flo Haaland, Beverly Kraulik, and
Bette Malakowslcy. After the Coronation she presented the trophy
to the team, who by winning the game made homecoming a
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The Iunior-Senior Prom and Banquet was held on May 3, at the high
school gymnasium. The decorations provided a Mexican setting, very gay
and colorful. The Cate Del Ada, where the banquet supper was served, was
entered through a white gate. The walls were decorated with colorful Mexican
rugs. The banquet supper was served at 6:30 by eight waitresses and eight
waiters from the Sophomore class who were dressed as Mexicans. They
were lsabelle Eklund, Audrey Hetland, Ioyce Sjordahl, Arlene Olson, De-
Loris Wilkens, Levia lohnson, lean Hubbell, Verndetta Larson, Lowell Austin-
son, Duane K. Olsen, William Larson, Duane N. Olson, Allan Ogard, Graydon
Storms, Richard Maltrud, and Leslie Olson. After the banquet and program,
the tables were removed and the rest of the evening was spent in dancing
to Ray Larson's orchestra.
Beverly Kraulik, Kenneth Larsen
Myrna Petting, Renee Ruch, and Har
"A thorn among four roses."
Smiles galore at the head table, as
Toastmistress Iacqueline welcomes the
seniors to the banquet.
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was the play presented by the senior class on November l8, l947, to a large
and appreciative audience. lt was a decidedly different play with suspense,
sharp characterizations, brooding atmosphere, and was excellently presented
by the cast. Carol Olson and lo Ann Thompson played the parts of the two
spinster sisters, who were kindly appearing but really very wicked, with telling
effect. Their plotting caused the death of the young mechanic Bill Scott. The
two elderly sisters were aided in their treasonable activities by the butler Ioe
Ullman, and Virgil Petting, the gardener Capparently simple but actually
shrewdf. The handsome young test pilot, Robert Merck, and his fiance, Beverly
Kraulik, almost fell victim to the same dastardly plotters, but were saved in the
nick of time by policeman, Noel l-laaland, and federal agent, lean Ann
Habedank. Beulah Behder, the colored maid, and Betty Christiansen, the
cook, voiced their suspicions of the dangerous ladies early in the story, but
without much success. ln the end the plotters were brought to justice, and
love and virtue triumph. The play was ably directed by Mrs. Hetland.
The denouement . . ,
or all's well that ends
"Our first stop is at a
friend of mine. He's a
lustice of the Peace."
Robert Merck and Bev-
"Come into my parlor,"
said the spiders to the
Carol Olson, lo Ann
Thompson, and Bll Scott.
"Hilda, l'd like to have you meet
Sheba, my maid."
Betty Christiansen, Beverly Kraulik,
and Beulah Rehder,
"Take hirn out the hack way and
into the car. Ho must he removed
from this house."
Carol Olson, Virail Fettinq, Bill Scott,
and Ioe Ullman.
Last minute touches are applied by
rnukoup artists, Myrna Fettina and Flo
llualand Cwith llildffs assistancel, to lo
Ann Thompson, Beulah Rehder, Carol
Olson, and Beverly Kraulik,
Seven oi the twenty-three stu-
dents who participated in decla-
rnation this year, won out in
the local contest. They were
loyce Siordal, Verndetta Lar-
sen, Maxine Miller, Carol Ol-
son, lsabelle Eklund, leanne
I-labedanlc, and Duane K. Ol-
loyce Sjordal, Verndetta Lar-
sen, Carol Olson, lsabelle Elc-
lund, leanne Habedanlc, and
Duane K. Olsen entered the dis-
trict Contest at Erskine, where
Carol, in humorous interpreta-
tion, and Duane, in memorized
oratory, won. They entered
the regional contest at Crook-
Donna Larson, lsabelle Elclund, Detta
Larsen, Cleone Eklund, Duane K. Olsen,
Donald Lee, Earl Finch, Mary Moe.
Yvonne lke, Grace lacoluson, Duane
Fournier, Stanton Dekko, Ronald Kollv,
Alice Pinske, Ioyco Siordal.
Not on picture: Beverly Kraulik.
Maxine Miller, Ieanne llaliedank,
Geraldine Ness, Fay Lohrnier, Marlene
Habedank, Carol Olson, Wilma Iohn-
son, lean Ouirk.
Elizabeth Hetland, coach.
Left to right:
First row: lames Bartz, loe Roesch, Donald Wagner, Robert Voii, lohn Brarner, Sanford Soren-
son, Oral Biorem, Curtis Lee, Arlie Adkelson, Robert Burley, Marwood Moe, Dale Biorem.
Second row: Richard Wagner Robert Balzum, lerorne Rage, Clayton Drake, president, Burton
Rockstad, Daryl Anderson, Alvin Vakoch, Clinton Sorenson, Richard Landsverk, Virgil Anderson,
Third row: Delmar Benesh, Donald Lee, Alfred Kirchmeier, Oliver Sorenson, Orville Eng, ad-
visory Lowell Austinson, Gerald Cirks, vice-president: Ronald Baker, secretary and district presidentg
Frank Anderson, Larry Skalsky.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
At the Winter Shows at Crookston our boys took part in judging teams
and exhibited livestock and samples ot grain. Ronald Baker won Grand Cham-
pionship Showman and was awarded the plaque furnished by the Lion's club
ot Crookston. ln addition, he had a blue ribbon heiter. Gerald Cirks exhibited
a purebred Brown Swiss heiter which placed in the blue ribbon class and was
declared Grand Champion oi all Brown Swiss at the shows. Clayton Drake
exhibited a Hereford steer in the fat steer class in market beet. His heiter
placed in the blue ribbon class in 4-H, and grand champion in the open class
in market beet. The following boys entered winning grain samples at the
shows: Alvin Vakoch, Richard Wagner, Arlie Askelson, Robert Burley, Donald
Wagner, Larry Skalsky, Gerald Cirks, Dale Biorem, Prank Anderson, Richard
Landsverk, lohn Bramer.
Lett to right:
Robert Burley, Alvin Vokoch, and Larry Skalsky, operating Orville Eng
the Agricultural Departments new Brown-Duvel moisture tester. Instructor
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FFA EXHIBIT AT NORMAN COUNTY FAIR IQ47
OLIVER SORENSON WINS PORTLAND CEMENT AWARD AT STATE
A twenty dollar award is given each year to a member of the Future
Farmers of America in each of the seven districts of the state for a studs-nt's
activity in carrying out concrete improvements on the home iarm during the
preceeding year. Oliver was awarded this at the annual convention of the
Future Farmers of America at the University Farm, St. Paul, last Iune.
WILLIAM NEUMAN WINS DEKALB AWARD
The Dekalb Accomplishment Award is given each year by the DeKalb
Agricultural Association ot Dekalb, Illinois. This award is based on the tol-
lowing accomplishments: scholarship, project scope, project earning, project
records, participation in local aftairs, state, district, and county participation
and meeting direction.
The award, which is given the outstanding senior each year, consists ot
a beautiful bronze medal on which is an open book, a plow, an ear of corn,
and the head of a steer, in bold relief. The book represents agricultural knowl-
edge, the plow is symbolic of hard work and industry, the corn and steer sug-
gest both plant and animal husbandry. The medal for the year of 1946-7 was
worn by William Neuman of the Senior class ot 1947.
IUDGING TEAMS OF 19467.
LEFT TO RIGHT, TOP:
Lowell Austinson, Clayton Drake, Mr. Eng, Marvin Tehven, Ggaydon Larson.
Ronald Baker, William Neuman, Mr. Ena, Dwain Ness, Oliver Sorenson.
Larry Skalsky, Mr. Eng, Alvin Vakoch, Ronald Iohnson, Richard Wagner, Clayton Drake,
Mr. Eng, Burton Rockstad, Alvin Peterson.
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First row: W. Larsen, l. Alexander, A. Strand, A. Wilkeris, K, Buckle, H. Sorenson, L, Sipe,
Second row: A. Olson, K. Thompson, K. Olson, M. Satterlee, K. Baker, L. Merkens, H. Staduni.
Third row: S. Ottersen, l. Merkens, A. Lerude, H. Gullickson, W. Hanson, H. Broens, A.
Veterans' Agricultural Class
The Veterans Agricultural class has been spending considerable time on
shop work the past winter. The boys overhauled twenty-three tractors and
motors belonging to themselves under the direction ot the mechanics at the
Ada Implement Co. Another essential part of their shop work was taught by
Orville Eng. This was rope work and its application to the farming business.
Still another part of their shop program this winter was paints and their applicaf
tion taught by Carl Knutsen. A big part was played in the improvement ot
the crop varieties ground on the local farms, by the entry ot all the boys in
the three major crop shows in the valleyy namely Halstad, Moorhead and
and the Farm Crop show at Crookston. Several outstanding showmen in the
group were Arthur Olson, Kalmer Thompson, and lesse Alexander. Several
ot the other class members placed well at the top of their respective classes
and won many tirsts and seconds. Another big part the boys will play in
improving their tarming program is the extensive insect and weed control prof
gram that they are partalcing in.
Three Veterans repair their own tractors.
Senior Baby Snaps
Class of '48 in '42
Marvin and Yvonne
2 Another year ot school begins.
l9 Football season opens . . Nlau-
29 Potato vacation begins.
l0 Ada plays football at Twin Val-
13 Plantation Singers entertain.
l5 Hawley gridders here.
24 Ada team goes to Borup.
31 Homecoming. . . Ada defeats
Fertile, Conference Champions.
5 Gerhan Seger gives lecture.
l8 Senior class play.
24 Basketball team travels to Foss-
ton tor opening game.
26 Thanksgiving holidays begin.
5 Ada hoop artists play at East
6 Twin Valley here for a game.
9 Cole Marionettes entertain the
lO Grade operetta.
l2 Ada at Mahnomen.
19 Senior high Christmas program,
l-lenclrum at Ada . . . school party
9 Basketball game at Waubun.
10 Basketball game at Bagley.
16 Halstad plays here.
l7 Detroit Lakes here.
2l Nathan Gist . . . assembly pro-
23 Climax team plays here.
Z4 Ada plays at Fertile.
25 Ada plays at Borup.
Band parents club organized.
Fertile plays here.
Mahnomen comes here for a
Assembly program . . . "Ro-
mance in music."
Ada plays at Twin Valley.
Band travels to Crookston.
Sub-district tournament at Fertile.
Ada band gives concert at
Sub-district one act play contest
Delayed subedistrict tournament
completed at Fertile.
One act play cast wins first at
4 Local declamation contest.
5-6 District tournament at Fosston.
9 Regional one act play contest at
lO Sub-district declamation contest
15 District declamation contest at
lfi Crookston concert here.
22-23 lnterclass tournaments . . . Senior
2 Spelling contest.
St. Olaf concert.
Regional declamation contest at
l6 Festival rehearsal.
24 District music festival at Fosston.
28 High school band concert.
30 lunior class play.
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3 High school hand concert.
7f8 Regional music festival . . . T.R.F.
l5 District Track meet.
21 Regional Track meet at Bemidji.
? Skip day.
22 lunior-Senior banquet.
25 Senior class day exercises.
Ada Co - op Creamery
Land O' Lakes4Produce
Bruce Boynton H M. D.
Wampack's Food Store
A. Elleraas f Co. Aud.
Glenn's Radio Shop
N'west Sales Service
O. Nordbyd-Ck. of Court
O. E. Austinson-Lawyer
Kraulik's M- Blacksmith
Compliments ot Ripley
Dr. A. Nelson - Dentist
East Side Barber Shop
West Side Blacksmith
Coast to Coast Store
Simpson's Ford Garage
Onstad's Electric Co.
Bowyer's Food Store
Green Lantern Cate
Ada Bowling Center
Ada National Bank
Ada Elevator Company
l. C. Penney Company
Auto Supply Company
M. E. Hawkins
C. R. Andrews
Ada Oil Company
Nelson - Olson Repair
Habeck 81 Rasmussen
P. Nornes-Reg. ot Deeds
Farmers Lumber Sz Supply
Peoples Hdwe. Sz Supply
M. Lien-County Treas.
Anderson - Reichert Oil
Schackle Variety Store
Olson' s Furniture
400 Oil 81 Supply Co.
C. Gunnerson 81 Son
Burrill Implement Co.
Modern Beauty Shop
Lundon's Repair Shop
The Vogue Dress Shop
I-lerman's Food Store
Ada Implement Company
Ole Vaule - Attorney
Olson's Men's Wear
Larson Motor Company
L. B. Hartz Agency
Dr. Theodore Loken
Benny's Radio Sr Appl.
Ada Feed and Seed
First State Bank
Go Far Shoe Shop
Ada Body Shop
Bang 81 Habeck
Switt Sz Company
Red Star Cafe
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