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Page 16 text:
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
Page 15 text:
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
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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
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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
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