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H H Reporters
Betty Rae Sanders
Asst. Bus. Manager .................. Bernadine Eid
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An aton the strarns
of the symphony f1ll the mus1c hall hght arry melodles
garety laughter mrnor mclodres sadness tragedy
slow tempo fast tempo bcautrful soul strrung musrc
now crcsccndo the grand frnalc than srlcncc echoes
MEMORIES Mcmorlcs m
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To you Mr. MALTRUD. . .
because it takes more than good teachers and administrators
but also good janitors to make a school run smoothly, for your
friendly and devoted service and extra kindnesses we dedicate
this annual. . .
A H Isus ,Sm .I
PATRICIA GRANBERC LARRY HELLERUD GAYLE HENNEN JOHN LANDSVERK
"A peach with dimples." "You meet him, you like "Her spirit and cheers "Those most dSS81'ViHg of
him, you never forget make her complete,her praise HIC the OT195 who
him." sweet personality just care least about it."
Class Motto: Find A Way or Make One
"Friendliness is like snowg MARILYN MELBY JANICE MARSTEN
the softer it falls the "A true leader is clever, JAMES MCCRANK "Everyvirtue is fair, when
dee er it enetrates and charmin and above all "Some eo le et results it a ears in a lovel
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the longer if remains." sincere." all Iget is consequences." person."
"Why worry? It makes
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der at her wisdom."
EDWIN SORENSON DIANE VEDDER WILLIAM RINERSON
"His wit is a fuse to bombs "A smile that would warm "The fortunate POSSCSSO1' of
of laughter." an iceberg." everything nice."
Seniors of I9 8
WARREN SKARE RALPH THORESON PAULINE RIEPE
"Eenie, meenie, minie, "A man of cheerful yes- "Tisbettter tobe small and
moe, tonight I wonder terdziys and confident shine than to be big and
where l'll go?" tomorrows." cast Z1 shadow."
And still the wonder grows
and grows---how one small
head holds all he knows.
My schooling has really
done me no harm but I still
feel safer on the farm.
He's not in the row of com-
mon men,but a gentleman
from sole to crown.
One who never turns his
back on work but marches
straight forward to success.
When on the farm do as the
farmers do---when in town,
do as you please.
The Red Rose
Life's just fine I've not a
care, l've saved my brains
for future wear.
MYRTLE ANN BLASEY
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Class of "6O"
A very important part in the composition ofthe school this year was the Sophomore class.
Working togetheron the Homecoming bonfire, they produced a masterpiece which with-
stood the wind and rain of the stormy night.
The "Sophs" were called upon often during the year to partake in basketball, football,
musical groups, and all of the other activities. This brought them under the category
of full fledged members of our High School.
Little needs to be said about their class trip at the end of the year or the fine job they
did decorating for Baccalaureate. They were good examples in "58" and we're looking
forward to greater things from them in the future.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS:
Owen Viker, Sec., LaVern Woltjer, V. Pres., Gerald Nelson,
Treas.g Carole Olin, Pres.
lst ROW, L.-R.: Carolyn Hennen, Carole Olin, Audrey Nelson, Larry Jamison, Willard Gade, Rolland Johnson, Carolyn Moe, Bette Jane Goddeke, Carol
Boyer,Alice Maltrud, Gretchen Sittko, Sylvia Lelm, Charlotte Braunschweig, Janice Mikkelson, Janet Tiede, Carolyn Yost, Audrey Wilkins, Alyce Ellingson,
Jerry Petry, Howard Stene, Carol Thorson. 2nd ROW: Keith Goltz, John Volkerding, Jack Vigen, Allen Jerdee, Ronald Mikkelson, Larry Stevens, Kenny
Carter,Dean Lohmier, Jerry Geddes,Gera1d Sorenson, Cammy Sprung, Roger Hanson,Norrna Stene, Barbara Strand, Marlys Linderman, Gladys Brantyl, Marjorie
Burkhard. ROW 3: lvlr. Johnson, Advisor, John Nelson, Craig Bowyer, Carlin Granberg, John Blasey, Thorlief Egeland, DuWayne Stadum, Gerald Nelson, La-
VernWoltjer,Er1ing Egeland, Robert Williams,Danial Anderson. Ronald Braunschweig, Owen Viker, David Larson, Carolyn Cirks, Jerry Hanson,Dave Lambert,
Grant Ullman, Loren Wambach, Mr. Ruoff, Advisor. '
Class of "GI " '
September 6th the 1957-1958 Freshman class entered Ada High School and prepared to
assume their duties as upperclassmen by electing their class officers. Chosen were Dean
Simonson, Pres., Dale Simonson, V. Pres.g Diane Hanson, Treas.g Graydon Bell, Sec.g
Sandra Weber, Student Council Representative. Our class colors were pink and black.
One of our duties as upperclassmen was decorating the goalposts for Homecoming. Lots
of us attended the Homecoming party and also the Sadie Hawkins party and had lots of
fun at both. Our class party was held February lst in the grade school gym. Miss Riste
and Mr. Torgerson acted as chaperones, and helped with the various games. Several
mothers served a delicious lunch which was followed by dancing.
This spring we plan to visit Fargo, taking in the various points of interest there, shopping
and just having fun.
All in all we have had a very good year and we all look forward to next year when we
Shall fill 3 new Place HS 50phOmores. Diane Hansen, Dale Simonson, Graydon Bell, and Dean
Simonson are the Frosh class officers.
lst ROW, L.-R.: Gladys Krogstad, Sandra Wick, Frances Braunschweig, Larry I-lyberg, Beverly Balzum, Corinne Monson, Dale Larson, James Cirks, Clifton
Bitker,Roger Geddes,Michael Arel, David Gilbertson, Kay Schermerhorn, Lucille Kappes, Lorraine Hamre, Florene Skuza, George Riepe, Mabel Junco, Peter
McGregor, Roger Johnston. 2nd ROW: Diane Hanson, LaVonne Stene, Loyal Sip, Richard Offerdahl, Roger Klask, Dean Sirnonson, David Kolb, Floyd Goff,
Dale Simonson,Jerry Janisch, Eileen Williams, Gail Olin, Carol Blau, Janis Kitchell, .Ian Simpson, Sharon Tarvestad, Judy Bartz, Karen Grivno, Diane Sten-
berg, Miss Riste. 3rd ROW: Mx. Don Torgerson, Allan Cirks, Graydon Bell, Lynn Clayton, Eugene Roquet, Dale Oanes, Shirley Gunderson, Shirley Piche,
Sharon Hoff, Brenda Bodding, Wayne Brandt, Wallace Jacobson, Marvin Merkins, Buddy Hanson, Curtis Parsons, Lyle Visser, Cornelius Brommenschenkel,
Richard Smith, Sandra Weber, Connie Eggen. -
Class of "62"
The eighth grade this year started with an enrollment of sixty students. We found our-
selves very much at home in Ada High as school started and smiled as we viewed the
seventh graders scurrying around, looking much like we must have looked last year.
Thirteen from our class took part in "A" band, a number of the boys are taking part in
athletics and the girls in GAA, so we have now found our place in the schools activities.
We are planning on having two class parties during the year. These will be put on with
the help of our advisors Miss Sonja Christianson and Mr. Earl Perkins.
BACK ROW: James I-lennen, Maren Neilson. FRONT ROW:
Janice Gorze and Barbara Hanson.
lst ROW: James Hennen, Sharon Ness, Janice Gorze, Carol Johnson, Rita Geddes, Carol Sargent, Diane Boreen, LaVem Janish, Curtis Jacobson Donald
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raunschweig, David Johnson, Duane Gilbertson, Dwight Benesh, Con Nelson, Don Bowyer Larry Lee Francis Bromminschenkle Merle Toppham ,Marilyn
Stadurn. 2nd ROW: Florine Yost, LaVonne Sorkness, Joanie Lunden, Edward Skalsky Larry Kroshus Jalnes Visser Linda In ber ,Sharon Jor enson, Barb
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Hanson,Margaret Sorenson, Rolland Bergman,Barbara Stene, Carol Braunschweig, Renee Johnson, Rosemary Arel, Paulette Ellingsoh, Earl Visser, Keith Olson,
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ar ic , oger Niebeling. 3rd ROW. Miss Christianson, Ronald Johnson, Dennis Fjeld, Marlyn Woltjer, Jim Knutson, Elaine Kitchell, David Gjerts,
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ar yn tene, Wayne I-loveland, Hugh Bergh, Robert Drevlo, Tom l-Iabeck, Duane Engelbretson, Connie Bodding, Carol Anderson, Margaret Stene, Rachel
Hovelson, Janet Eggen, Maren Nielson, Kathy Ruoff, Ardis Klusman, Mr. Perkins.
Class of "63"
The school year for 1957-58 was the beginning of a new experience for fifty -eight
seventh graders. We had trouble on the first day with stuck lockers, lost students, and
even vanishing rooms. We were directed back to the right rooms by our advisors, Miss
Efteland and Mr. Christianson.
The sports activities added much interest to our school life. Seven of the boys went out
forfootball on the Junior High team, and basketball, too, offered many opportunities to
each of us. The girls found they could take part in GAA and took advantage of this.
We had two class parties, a toboganning party and another in the gymnasium. These
parties proved to be helpful in helping us meet our fellow classmates.
Junior High has been fun but it also has been hard work and a great change to which we
had to adapt ourselves. Learning to be on our own is part of growing up and getting
ready for Senior High work.
Eighth Grade. HERE WE COME!! t CLASS OFFICERS,
L.-R.: Sandra Kitchell, Robert Blasey, Robert Grivno, Julie
lst ROW, L.-R.: Judith Gigler, James McGregor, Roger Werpy, Lynn Hoveland, Kathleen Brommenschenkle, Linda Herringer, Robert Tufte, Robert Ingal-
bretson, Larry McCrank, Margaret Geddes, Patsy Hanson, Cheryl Hennen, Shirley Hoff, Albert Platt, Van Jenson, Gerald Goff. 2nd ROW: Geraldine Erstad,
MaryJohnson,Julie Johnson,Marily'n Stenberg,Susan Olson, Rienette Sanders, Sandra Kitchell, Renea Blau, Louis Kappes, Byron Benesh, Keith Mills, Richard
Jamison,Janice Linderman,Diane Vilmo, Carol Gilbertson, Karen Lee, Glenda Tarvestad, Dean Bell, Noel Nelson, Robert Blasey, Robert Grivno. 3rd ROW:
Miss Efteland, Sharon Grossmam, Diane Krogstad, Solveig Norness, Darlayne Rienerson, Herbert l-lasz, Doris Kirsnak, Elsie Cross, Kathy Carter, Betty Sprung,
Kay Knutson, Sandra Woltjer, Dale Sip, Nathan Anderson, Richard Books, Chester Kappes, Lowell Johnson, Walter Aanenson, Milo Berg, Gerald Christianson.
lst ROW Dlzmna Wrlkens, Dons Hess, Delores Bxtker Sharon
Fe1ske,V1rg1n1a Felske,Judy Kurp1us,Sh1r1ey Stem, Cheryl Merkens
Mr I-Iayford Ron Nelson, DeWayne Gnadt, Jerry Boles, Gene Gun
derson, Earl Roquet Leon Brtker, Wrlham Brtker, Arnold Skuza
Sharon Felske, Judy Kurplus, vlfglhla Felske Delores Brtker
A WINNING BASKETBALL TEAM
Arnold Skuza Ronald Nelson, DeWayne Gnadt, Wxllram Brtker Gene
Mr Wlllbur Johnson
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attendant Barbara Klug with escort Jim attendant Carol Landsverk with escort Curt
queen Sharon Hansen with escort Ken Weber.
The Homecoming festivities started on October 15th with the crowning of Sharon
Hansen as our Homecoming queen. Her attendants were Carol Landsverk, Bar-
bara Klug, Myrtle Ann Blasey, and Pauline Riepe. The coronation was followed
by a snake dance and bonfire. The downpour of rain did little harm in damp-
ening either the gay spirits of the students or the fire. Pep talks were given by
Mr. Perkins, our football coach, and some of the football boys. On October 16th
a tremendous game was played with Twin Valley, in which Ada Whalloped Twin
Valley 47 to 6. The game was followed by a dance held in the Grade School
building. Music was furnished by Bob Hanson and his "Kampus Kadets." Alumni
and students alike, joined in to make Homecoming of 1957 the greatest ever.
Jumping Jack cheers the Vikings
on in a thrilling Homecoming
HER MAJESTY AND THE
ROYAL COURT. LEFT to
RIGHT: Myrt, Pauline,
chauffeur Mike Skalsky.
BACK ROW: Barb, Sharon,
This happy looking guy is
coach Perkins after the
Twin Valley game.
Ada sline for 1957. LEFT to RIGHT. Jack Landsverk, John Blasey, Ron
Ness, Dick Henne, LaVem Woltjer, Joe Blasey, Jerry Nelson.
ASSISTANT EDITOR AND EDITOR
Margaret and Barb
Sandy, Kaye, Jorgine, and ValDonna.
Work on the 1958 Annual began even before school started in the fall. When the new staff was chosen we
were off to our jobsg collecting material, taking pictures, checking copy, planning layouts and all the
other tasks that add up inthe journalism field.
In December we attended the Journalism Conference in Bemidji. Here we discussed our problems fwhich
were manyy with top ranking people in the newspaper and yearbook world.
Mr. Neil Johnson was a great help in setting up our sales program and helping our new photographers. To
him we extend our gratitude and thanks.
Many of you have wandered into the Annual room asking questions and peeking at pictures, You are the
people we have worked for, hoping you would enjoy your annual and hoping that it has successfully covered
your High School Days of 1957-1958.
BUSINESS MANAGER and ASSISTANT
Marilynn and Bernadine
ADA HIGH ANNUAL STAFF
FIRST ROW: MargaretLoken,Barb Klug. SECOND
ROW: Jorginc Setlmre, Sandra Haaland, Marilynn
Ellingsworth, Pauline Riepe. THIRD ROW: Betty
Rae Sanders, Keith Goltz, Va1Donna Moe, Bernadine
Eid, Kaye Finch.
The Viking Log of I957-I9 8
The V1k.mg Log IS wr1tten and ed1ted by semor hlgh students or students from
the bookkeepmg and shorthand classes Staff members are provlded to assxst
wlth the paper by wrltlng thelr own artlcles It IS publlshed every SIX weeks
and tells of the hfe and mterests of every semor Tlus jOLLl'1'13l1St1C experlence
helps develope sk1ll 1n Wfltlng news stones, mlmeographmg, headlme Wfltlng,
stenc1l1ng, and proofrcadmg
The Sexuor staff CODS1StS of lst ROW Paulme Rlepe, Maulynn Ellmgsworth
2nd ROW Harrlet Gllbertson, Janlce Bemsh, Bonnle Sargent 3rd ROW Bev
Berg, Lmda Bell, Jamce Marsten 4th ROW VelDonna Moe, Call Hennen
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A new staff IS chosen rn the mlddle of each year to replace the pre
cedrng staff Th1s year s staff rs replaced by lst ROW EveVanna
Brtker Carol Thorson 2nd ROW Karen Vrlmo Alyce Ellmgson
Carolyn Yost 3rd ROW Eva Arel Myrna Brtker Audrey Dokken
Marlys Lmderman 4th ROW Kaye Frnch Ruth Stene Della Hoff
Barbara Strand Gladys Brantl
The staff has been very ably ass1sted by Mr Sltta Thls group attended
the Journahsm clrnlc ln Bem1dJ1 too There they attended sessrons
whrch drrectly pertalned to wrrtrng and muneographrng Many valu
able polnts were gamed so many flner thrngs can be expected ln the
Vrklng Log of 1958 1959
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FIRST ROW: Mr. McMahon, Edwin Sorenson, Warren Skare, John Volkerding, Buddy Hanson, Lyle Visser, Loyal Sip, Gerald Sorenson, Dick Boles, Da
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Roger Geddes, David Cilbertson. 2nd ROW: Du Wayne Roquet, John Blasey, Joe Blasey, Larry Lelm, Larry Hel eru , ic
The Student Council held its first meeting of the year on September 5th. Previously elected president
Sharon Hanson took charge.
One of our first projects was the sale of activity tickets. It was quite successful as practically all the stu-
dents bought them.
A big event for the Council this year was the Student Council Convention. This was held at Crookston,
Minnesota on September 28th. Since Ada was the secretary school it really kept us hopping for awhile.
In the month of October we were engrossed in plans for the Homecoming festivities. We were able to
obtain Robert l-lanson's baud from Grand Forks which helped to bring the entire week to a grand close.
At Christmas time we surprised the student body with our hand made nativity scene. Curt Neumanmade
the figures and was aided in their painting by Council members. This is a contribution which can be
used at A.H.S. for many years to come.
These were only a few of the Council projects which made 57-58 a successful year.
Sandra Kitchell, Dean Simonson, Cordon
DeVries, Sandra Weber, Carl Landsverk,
Sharon Hansen, Curtis Neumann, Mr.
Schlagel, Jerry Petry, Myrtle Blasey,
Sharon Hopwood, Carole Olin, James
Tr It and See
The Try It and See Scrence Club was organrzed agarnthrs year wrth Crarg Bowyer as presrdent Dean Loh
me1er as vrce presrdent and Lawrence Nelson as secretary treasurer The club has been meeung twrce a
month durrng whrch trme members havrng carrred out varrous experrments such as drstrllrng alcohol from
fermented crder makrng a rocket developlng prctures and many others Mrs Faragher 1SIh61I sponsor
and the students have really enjoyed therr work rn thrs club
L to R Bryant Lee, Kenny Carter Marlyn Johnson, L to R Dean Lohmrer, Paul Gunderson, Lance Lee,
Mrs Faragher, Larry Jamlson, John Norby, Rrchard 5 Mrs Faragher, Jim Olm, Lawrance Nelson, Cralg
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b 3 The Junior High Chorus is the stepping stone into Senior Chorus. Here G-fa-DVXA
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f, X public appearances is taken. This year's Chorus took an active part Q I
xt' in the Christmas and Spring Concerts. Mr, Christianson directs the ,
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lst ROW: Julie Johnson, Reinette Sanders, Sandra Kitchell, Paulette Ellingson, Myra Johnson, Janice Linderman, Susan Olson, Donald Nelson, David John-
son, Rita Geddes, Patsy Hanson, Cheryl Hennen, Larry McCrank, Roger Werpy. 2nd ROW: Elaine Kitchell, Carol Anderson, Nathan Anderson, Dean Bell,
Sondra Woltjcr, Janet Eggen, Diane Krogstad, Darl.ayne Rienerson, Solveig Norness, Kathy Carter, Florine Yost, Margaret Sorenson, Carol Gilbertson.
The GirI,s Glee Club
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There are approximately forty-one girls in the Girls Glee Club. This
fine musical group is under the able direction of Gerry Christianson.
They took part in the Christmas program and sang several numbers in
f - the concert on February 16th. During March they start working on
numbers that will be used at the Spring Festival.
lst ROW, L. to R.: Mabel Junco,EveVanna Bitker, Aud.reyNe1son, Corrine Monson, Beverly Balzum, Gladys Krogstad, Margie Vilmo, LaVonne
Stene, Sandra Haaland, Della Hoff, Marlys Gade, Myrna Bitker, Audrey Wilkens. 2nd ROW: Shirley Gunderson, Sharon Hoff, Sharol Hopwood,
Carol Kitchell, Kaye Finch, Marilyn Ellingsworth, Patty Kurpius, Patty Granberg, Bonnie Sargent, Bemadine Eid, Margaret Loken, Barbara Klug,
Pauline Riepe, Hattie Sip, Karen Vilmo, Sandra Wick, Carolyn Yost. 3rd ROW: Audrey Wilkens, Audrey Dokken, VelDonna Moe, Carol
Landsverk, Janice Marsten, Ruth Stene, Ruth Solmonson, Jorgine Sethre, Kay Self.
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The Drum and Bugle Corp has had
avery busy summer They marched
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FLUTE SOLO Elleen Wlllrams
CORNET SOLO John
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Jorgme Sethre, Kay Self
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l957 Football l957
FIRST ROW: Wayne Fischer, Ron Ness, John Landsverk, David Anderson, Merle Hasz, Jerry Pitmon, Curt Neumann, Joe Blasey, Ken Weber, Jim Ellingson
Dick Hennen. SECOND ROW: Mr. Perkins, Keith Goltz, ConleyNg1tvig, Ivlarlyn Johnson, Steve Sittko, Dale Oanes, Al Jerdee, Jerry Nelson, LaVern Woltjer
Bill Rienerson, Mike Skalsky. THIRD ROW: Terry Mills, Dale Simonson, Jim Olin, John Blasey, John Nelson, and Dave Lambert, Craig Bowyer, Wayne Sta
dum , Dean Simonson.
The 1957 Footballyear was truly a success Under the coachrng of Earl
Perkms and Doug Johnson frve of the erght seasonal games were won
The blg thr1ll for the students both present and alumnl was wrnnmg
the Homecommg game rn whrch Twln Valley was defeated 47 6
Rough clean Footballwas the motto thls year It not only created prlde
rn our team but gave us a 1957 Football record we can be proud of
E G FORKS
COACHES Doug Johnson and Earl Perkms
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Mnufqb-District Upenmg Rouud
Before a littie over A
auditorium the Ada Vikings
cred the Halstad Pirates 71 to
I1 t night The win was the
in conference play for Ada
gave them an 8-2 record-good
2nd place The loss gave the
xateb a 5 5 record.
Coach Johnson of the Vikings
Lnlploied a pressing defense
throughout the entire game that
helped to bottle up the Pirate of-
fense As a result of the pres-s,
many fouls were called ar4 We
game nseemed to be a bit 1
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when a defense of this t
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thrs sprrng and well rt mrght be for they were backrng a team who would enter State
Berng the f1I'SI team to attend the State Tournament from Ada the players were grven a
mrghry send off wrth pep fest pep band and a 23 car caravan as they left for Mrnneapolrs
where they met Mankato for therr frrst game
A year to remember and a team to be proud of frnds rts place of fame tn Ada l-hgh s
THE TEAM THAT PUT ADA ON TI-IE MAP ffor names Hlstory
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A TEAM THAT WAS HARD TO
AT THE LLNTER
OF ALL WINNING
TEAMS IS A
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Paul Johnson sEN1oR MEMBERS BEAM OVER NEWLY woN REGIONAL TROPHY
BEAT catcher Jlm Eumgson and Joe Blasey Ken Weber Jrm Elhngson Jack Landsverk
prtch er Ken Weber
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J1m Elhngson State con
tender 1n the low hurdles
lst ROW Kelth Goltz, Ken Weber LaVern Woltjer J1m Elhngson Bob
Wxlhams 2nd ROW Mr Perklns Jack Landsverk Merle Hasz John
Blasey Erhng Egeland Joe Blasey Jerry Nelson
Joe Blasey State contender
1n the 880 dash
LaVem W o 1 tj e r John Blasey Placed
Broadjump 4th ln the m11e
Jerry Nelson 440 J o h n Landsverk
dash Fmxshmg mile re
M11e relay team 880 yard relay 2nd
whlch placed lst Ken Weber 8a .hm Elhngson place
Placed 2nd and lst respectlvely
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Junior Class Presents: "Too Many Women" gaffemee
FIRST ROW: Jorgine Sethre, Carol Kitchell, Kay Self, Bette Sanders,
Diane Storslee, Margaret Loken. SECOND ROW: Mr. Paul Johnson,
Loren Gunerson, John Norby, Karen Vilmo, Merle Hasz, Sharon Hop-
wood, Kaye Finch, Hattie Sip, Bemadine Eid, Sandra Haaland, Sharon
EEEEEEEEK ! ! !
Me, achild? Agnes, I'm practicriliy
a grown woman, and my woman's
intuition tells me that my pl-an
The Thespian's started school activity for 1957-1958 with their presentation of Teen Time Frolic. Snaps of this fanci-
ful evening are found on the next page, as we tried to catch for you a few high points in the evening's fun.
Initiation was the next big event with hopeless looking initiates wandering through the halls repeating: "I bow to 'YH E5 p'ANs
you most honorable Thespian for I am nothing but a crosseyed Sputnik watcher." These same initiates proved them -
selves worthy of their new membership in our troop when they entertained us at the tea with humorous bits such as
"The cotton crop in Southern Siberia," "The Crisis in the peanut factory," and a dissertation on "Foreign Aid?
Attending the presentation of Macbeth at Concordia was an event remembered by many of the troop. As the year X Q
progressed the One -Act Play fa Thespian undertakingj was again superior at the local, sub-district,district, and re- ' '
gional. The cast made a fine showing at the state contest by receiving excellent honors. x I
The theme of the formal banquet and spring initiation was "CentennialDays." The banquet was directed by the
Thespian officers and the Speech class.
"Act well your part, there all the honor lies." This is the motto which many graduating Thespians won't forget. These
words have come to mean sprotsmanship and better dramatics in Ada High.
FIRST ROW: Audrey Docken, Karen Vilmo, Jorgine Sethre, Kay Self. SECOND ROW: Mrs. "J", Betty Rae Sanders, Diane Storslee, Kaye Finch, Sandra
Haaland, Margaret Loken, HarrietBlau, Audrey Kitchell, Pauline Riepe, Carol Kitchell, Sharon Rector. THIRD ROW: Larry Hibbs, John Nordby, Edwin Soren-
son, Allen Jet-dee, Myrt Blasey, Sharon Hanson, Marilynn Melby, Sharol Hcpwood, VelDonna Moe, Bernadine Eid, Barb Klug. FOURTH ROW: Ken Weber,
Jack Landsverk, LaVern Woltjer, Paul Gunderson, Merlyn Stene, Curt Neumann, Jerry Pitmon, Jim Ellingson, Mike Shalsky, Jim McCrank, Carol Landsverk,
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THE SHOEMAKEPCS WIFE-Mrs. J. Johnson Qdir
Ken Weber, Myrt Blasey
cctorj, Jack Lzmdsvcrk,
One Act Plays -'-
On Apr1l 22 1958 the Thesplan Troupe 1228 of the Ada Hrgh
School presented the1r annual o11e act play program constst
mg of four plays
LAWYER LINCOLN A rollrckmg comedy tn whtch Abe acted
as Cupld The characters ln thts were portrayed by Carol Land
sverk Margaret Loken Barbara Klug Karen Vrlmo Carol
Kltchell Lawrence Nelson Gerald Nelson Paul Gunderson
and Jlm Ellmgson w1th Harrlet Blau as student assrstant
THE CUCKOO Wh1ch dealt w1th the fuss and flutters of a gtrl
gettmg marrred and her kld stster who hated to show her true
emotrons The actors rn thls were Sharol l-lopwood Sharon
Hopwood Sharon Rector Jorgme Sethre Hattle S1p Martlyn
Melby Bernardrne Eld wrth Mary and Eva Arel as student as
SUNSTROKE the thrrd play told the story of a ra1n party
planned by Isabella a darmg rnventlve and over dl'3lTl3I1f'
hrgh school gtrl Her problem lS that the sun contmued to
sh1ne wtth the party about due to start How thts problem IS
solved produces many laughs The cast of thrs play rncluded
Betty Rae Sanders Martlyn Scott Allen Jerdee Sharon Hansen
Kay Self Merlyn Stene Sandra Haaland Sharon Hopwood and
Marlys Lmderman as student d1rector
THE SHOEMAKER S WIFE won the local contest and all the
succeedmg contests through the regronal representmg Regton
8 at the State One Act Play contest on Aprtl 12 The shoe
maker was played by Ken Weber who mststed that h1s wtfe
played by Myrt Blasey drd not love hlm Wrth the help of
Frrtz taken by John Landsverk Hans pretended to be dead
The contest of wrtand counterwtt between the two men ended
tn a vrctory for the wrfe Marrlyn Scott was student dtrector
ofthrs play Mrs JoelW Johnsonwas dlrector of all four plays
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FIRST ROW Marllyn Melby, Bette Rae Sanders Sharon Hansen M511 B1asey,Mar11yn Scott SECOND
ROW A1 Jerdee Merlyn Stene, Paul Gunderson Mrs Johnson Kenneth Carter Jerry Geddes, Dean
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District Winner for I958
Grant Ullman, Sharon Hansen,
Carol Boyer, Gretchen Sittko,
Pauline Riepe, Carol Olin,
Carolyn Moe, Alyce Ellingson,
Carolyn Cirks, Carol Kitchell,
Ruth Stene, LaVern Woltjer,
Hattie Sip, Sharon Rector, Bette
Goddeke, Marjorie Burkhard,
Jerald Nelson, Thorleif Ege-
land, Marilyn Melby, Barbara
Keith Goltz, Jerry Geddes,
Allen Jerdee, Karen Vilmo,
Kay Se1f,Diane Storslee, Jorg-
ine Sethre, Marlys Linderman,
Audrey Kitchell, Marlyn John-
son. Margaret Loken,
DISTRICT SPEECHCONTESTANTS. FIRST ROW: Margaret Loken, Gladys
Brantl, Marilyn Melby, Betty Rae Sanders, MyrtBla.sey. SECOND ROW:
Mrs. Johnson, Mxs. Hetland, Paul Gunderson, Allen Jerdee, Keith Goltz.
Manuscript Reading Discussion
GladysBrantl,Ruth Stene,Bette Myrtle Blasey, Bernadirle Eid.
Sanders, Kaye Finch, Merlyn Stene, Conley Natvig,
CANDXD GOVERNOR'S YOUTH CONFERENCE REPRESENTA BOYS ST
STATE TrvEs cam K1rche11 Jerry Nelson Ofdon deVA TE CAND
CARL S bd Hes IDA TE
STATE CROP JUDGING CHANLPIONS Warren Skare, John Blasey, Joe Blasey Larry Lelrn Wayne
Roquet, Rxchard Blas ey
S www Ada Competes in State Competition in
if TEAM Baseball for First Tame
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TEAM MEMBERS, FIRST ROW: Dick Hennen, Dave Lambert, Steve Sittko, Don Bowyer, Kip Mills, Conley Natvig, Jerry Petry, Dean Bowyer, Mr. Ruoff,
fathletic directory. SECOND ROW: Mr. Johnson, fbaseball coachj, Craig Bowyer, DuWayne Stadum, Joe Blasey, Merle Hasz, Jerry Nelson, John Landsverk,
Ken Weber, fcaptainj, Jim Ellingson. 55
STITUTION CONTEST Betty
TENNIS TEAM cf1l'St orgamzed herej Jerry Petry Conley Natv1g Jerry
Olson, LaVem Woltjer, Mr Ruoff
STATE DECLAM REPRESENTA
VOICE OF DEMOCRACY
BETTY CROCKER OUT
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ILEID BANQUET TABLE L R Carol Kltchcll Bemadlnc E1d Myrt Blasey
Bud Dxxon fSpeakf.rj Mr Jacobson Mrs Jacobson
CANDY IAND was the theme of the Prom and was brought out as they
accompamed the quartctte on Lolly Pop and Sugar Tlmc
Brantl, G Slttko, M Llndcrman J
Perry, D Lohm1cr, A Jcrdec "nd FACULTY MEMBERS ALSO ENJOY THE PROM, Mr Perkms, Mr D Johnson, Mr P Johnson, Mrs P
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RQW C Olm, B Str:1nd,C Moe, C, Johnson, Mrs Perkms, Mrs Schlagel, Mr Schlagel, Mrs N Jo son, Mr o son
Nelson, K Carter, D Lambert
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SENIORS Your accomplishments must now become a matter of record The permanent
record cards now read that you have completed your course here your grades have been
averaged your extra curricular records have been listed your diploma is in your pos
Much could be said of each one of you but I will not do that All have played a very
important part in the records that you have made during your High School years As a
class you helped to lead our school to possibly its best over all record in its fifty eight
year history In speech athletics music dramatics debate scholarship and other ac
trvrties the accomplishments on the district regional and state level present an out
standing record You have ample reason to feel a sense of satisfaction in a task well done
Happy memories will surely follow from these achievements
Ihope that eachof you will now take with you the carry over value of your High School
the only way to win is to work harder and put forth greater effort in order to get the full
Joy and benefit out of the work that you are doing
May you continue to build good records as you go your way
Self realization is a goal of education that has roots reaching back to the Greek Roman
world We can add continuously and successfully to our own growth each and every day
if we try Improve the skills you have Develop the talents and abilities that are lying
dormant within you waiting for an opportunity to be called into use
Don tconfuse activity with accomplishment Activities that produce growth satisfaction
or accomplishment are desirable pursue them
Man was not created to do nothing He is to be active and of service Whoever can
get himself in service puts meaning and lustre into his life
These gems of thoughts Ishould like you to remember
by applying yourselves to your work with all your ability, knowing that from your records
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School Board Members
of I957 I958
Dr Henry uebke Otto Kolb
Dr Byron Kmkade
Rolland Felske Ed Hess
To the people pictured on this page we of the student
body, faculty and community wish to extend our hearty
thanks. For the many services quietly and patiently
performed which so often receive little or no recog-
Yours are the hands which join together to make life
at Ada High run smoothly throughout the year.
OUR BUS DRIVERS: Mr. Miller, Mr. Fetting, Mr. Riste, Mr.
Ness,Mr.K1oety,Mr. Krogstad, Mr. Rasmusson, Mr. Ellingson.
OUR SCHOOL NURSE: Mrs.
OUR JANITORS: Mr. Woltjer and Mr. Multrud.
OUR COOKS: Mrs. Rasmusson, Mrs. Mickelson, Mrs. Stene
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Winnipeg or bust' '
At the zoo At the Planetarium
May 7th, I9 s
Picture with me a dewy,dark May 7th morning. Seniors are staggering from warm
beds for elsewherey and congregating at the school. Have any idea as to what is
about to happen? You would be 100010 correct if you said "It's Senior Skip Day" for
so it is.
In the preceding pictures we've tried to bring you along on our jaunt to Winnipeg
Canada Below are the places of interest visited during the day 1 2 The after
noon found us here at the Winnipeg zoo and Planetarium What fun to see animals
from all over the world Qof course with bermuda shorts and knee highs we looked
a little foreign too J Flowers of all shapes sizes and odors were enJoyed by all of
us though we still wonder how they all grow in such profusion 3 The Hudson Bay
Company was set up as Ada Headquarters as we parked on the top ramp of it s
parking lot Many purchases were made here and groans went up as the Seniors lost
5gt on every dollar of American money that was cashed 4 This is the Canadian
Parliament building said to be the most beautiful built in North America Here
we viewed seven forms of marble visited the special galleries and were awed by
the immense library
Food supplies diminished fire crackers sounded off and a bunch of happy Qbut pretty
tiredj Seniors return home never to forget May 'ith in Winnipeg
At the Hudson Bay Company
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How's the vlew from up
HERE, FOLLOW ME ' says Ron
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Senior Skip Day In Wmnepeg
Looks hke Curt ot We won t tell who but leave lt to
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SENIOR SEXTETTE Smgmg of the 'Good ole days
at Ada I-hgh
Is thls a typxcal school room scene?
Wonder xf Mlke
evef did ma-ke Looks hke Jerry 15 creatmg a new dance
if to the bvwl step wonder what he calls It
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Curt is ready to fue his caddy and
we don't blame hlm
UPPS Looks llke xt's no only the plcture that s muted up
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May 29, l958
TOP RANKING JUNIORS D1Ck
Hennen Margaret Loken
TWO PROUD GRADUATES ARE PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS BY Mrs Faragher and
Larry Lelm and Marxlyn Scott Dr Kmkade
Processronal PROCESSIONAL MARCH Parke
Jan S1mpson and Brenda Boddrng
Hymn THEE WILL I LOVE MY STRENGTH MY TOWER
Scrtpture Readrng and Prayer Rev E G Larson
WE PRAISE THEE O GOD SATAREN
FATHER HEAR MY PRAYER YOUSE
THY GLORY BREAKS BEFORE US SHURE
Ada Hrgh School Gxrls Glee Club
Gerald Chrtstlanson Dtrector
Rev E G Larson
GOD BE ns: MY HEAD KEVAN
SEEK YE THE LORD ROBERTS
Ada Hrgh School Mrxed Chorus
Closmg Hymn HE LEADETH ME' OH BLESSED THOUGHT'
Benedlctron Rev E G L31-gon
Recessronal MARCHE ROMAINE GOUNOD
Jan Stmpson and Brenda Boddrng
Processlonal Ada Hlgh School Band
Ne1l Johnson Drrector
Invocatron Rev Gordon I Herlot
Salutatory THE VISION OF EDUCATION John Landsverk
Song DEAREST LORD JESUS SENIOR SEXTETTE
Address FOREVER BUILDING Dr G W Starcher
Presrdent Unrversrty of North Dakota
Song MY TASK Ruth Stene
Valedrctory FIND A WAY OR MAKE ONE Darlene Westcott
Presentatron of Class Arnold Erd
Presentatton ofD1plomas Dr Byron Ktnkade
Song TEACH ME TO PRAY LaVern WoltJer
Presentatron of Awards and Scholarshtps H G Jacobson
Song TO THE SENIORS The Jumor Class
Benedtctton Rev G I Herrot
The Recess1onal Ada I-hgh School Band
Ne1l Johnson, Dlrector
Dr C W Starcher Commencement
Sermon - "SOME PRECEPTS BY WHICH TO LIVE" Song "HOLY, HOLY, HOLY" Junior Quartette
To be the USWEETHEART OF ADA HIGH" a girl would have to be a
composite girl such as the girl described here:
Sense of Humor
If we were to sing "MY HERO" to any lucky boy he would certainly
have to be a combination of all our SENIOR boys
Sense of Humor
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Around The World In 80 Days you heard rt at home on the radto tn
the car over the Jukebox everywhere Everyone ltked rt maybe be
cause of IIS hauntrng qualrty but rt stayed wrth you for a long trme
and even after the tune was no longer on the Hrt Parade you found your
self hummtng rt occasronally and strangely enough rt brtngs back mem
ortes of other songs throughout the past year Funny how these songs
brtng back rnctdents l1ke the trme you got ptcked up for gorng
through a red llght and the radlo played Llttle Blue Man Remember
Stan Freberg s Wunnerful A Wunnerful and how everyone walked
around rn school saymg A Wunnerful 9
A teacher s pet generally tsn t too popular but rn sptte of rts name
Teacher s Pet by Johnny Mathts was a btg hrt
Then came the fatal moment you got a crush on that Certa1n Guy who
really sent you Chances Are descrrbed your feelrng perfectly You
were w1thh1m as often as posstble and when you weren t why then you
sang to yourself All I Have To Do IS Dream
The songs Bernadrne and Aprrl Love were great favorttes for qutte
a whrle too as was Roger W1ll1ams Every Lrttle Moment
Honeycomb was a brg hrt durtng the football season and tt along wrth
Return to Me got a brg work out up at Slat s after the games
Basketball came along and wrth ll new songs Zorro Twelfth of
Never, and many others fSpeak1ng of Zorro I bet there aren t many
ktds who d1dn't get any Z's engraved on then books or notebooks at least
IWICC thrs year J Then came the songs whrch gatned srgnrftcance wrth
a few of the luckler grrls 'Wear My Rtng Around Your Neck" whlch
brrngs certarn rnemorres
TheJun1orClass chose Candy Land as the theme for thetr Banquet Prom
and to help carry rt out "Lollrpop and "Sugart1me" were sung by the
quartette at the Prom
As the weather turned warm and everyones ambttton sortoftrrckled
away thetr rnterests turned more and more to after school Songs l1ke
26 Mrles Young and Warm and Wonderful Catch a Fallmg Star
came up on the Hrt Parade Btg Man rronlcally became popular not
too long after you gave that class rrng back to That Certa1n Guy
Yes songs can do a lot and mean a lot There are many songs that
could Lastly descrtbe the past year but the one that wrll recall for you
many Hrgh School events and perhaps even the feelrng of nostalgra IS
Moments to Remember
Football 9 10 12 Basketball 10 Mlxed Chorus 9 10 11 12 Thesp1ans
10 11 12 Debate 11 FFA 10
Class off1cer Band 9 10 11 12 Thesprans 10 11 12 Debate 9 10
V1k1ng Log 11 GAA 9 10 One Act Plays 10 Pep Band 9 10 11 12
Mrxed Chorus 9 Vtkmg Log 11 12 Drum and Bugle 9 10 11 12
Vlkmg Log 11 12 GAA 9 10 FHA 9 Drum and Bugle 9 10 11 12
Track 9 10 Boy s Chorus 11
Football 9 10 11 12 Baseball 9 10 11 12 Track 9 10 11 12 FFA
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Class Pres 12 Cheerleader9 12 Class Play 11 12 Thesp1ans 10 11 12
Debate 9 10 11 12 Declamatlon 10 11 12 GAA 9 10 FHA 9 10 11
One Act Plays 10 11 12 Student Councrl 12 Drum and Bugle 9 10
11 12 Homecommg queen attendant 12 Honorary C1rcle 11
Band 9 10 11 Class Play 11 Thesprans 11 12 Declamauon 11 One
Act Plays 12 Pep Band 9 10 11
Mrxed Chorus 9 11 Class Play 11 12 Thesplans 9 10 11 12 Decla
matlon 9 10 11 GAA 9 10 Drum and Bugle 9 10 11
Mrxed Chorus 9 GAA 9 10 11 G1rl s State 11
Class offlcer 10 11 12 Football 9 10 11 12 Basketball 9 10 11 12
Baseball 9 10 11 12 Track 9 10 11 12 Mlxed Chorus 10 11 12 Boy s
Chorus 10 Class Play 11 12 Thesprans 10 11 12 One Act Plays
11 12 Sc1ence Club 10 Student Counc1l 12
Mtxed Chorus 9 11 12 G1rl s Glee Club 9 11 12 V1k1ng Log 11 12
FHA 9 10 11 12 Annual 12
Football 9 10 11 12 Basketball 9 10 11 Baseball 9 10 11 Track
9 10 11 Mlxed Chorus 10 Boy s Chorus 10
Vrklng Log 11 12 Drum and Bugle 10
Mlxed Chorus 9 11 12 Gul s Glee Club 9 11 12 GAA 9 10 FHA
9 10 11 12 Band Majorette 9 10
Band 9 10 11 Boy s Chorus 9 Class Play 11 Thesp1ans 11 12
bate 11 12 Declamatlon 10 11 12 One Act Plays 11 12 Sc1ence
Club 12 Honorary C1rcle 11
Class Offrcer 10 Cheerleader 9 10 11 12 Band 9 10 11 Class Play
11 12 Thesplans 10 11 12 Debate 10 12 Declamatron 10 11 12
GAA 9 FHA 9 One Act Play 10 11 12 Student Counc11 10 11 12
Homecomrng Queen 12 Pep Band 9
Class Offrcer 10 Basketball 9 10 11 Mrxed Chorus 11 Boy s Chorus
11 FFA 9 10 11 12
Band 10 11 M1xed Chorus 11 12 Thesprans 12 Vrklng Log 11 12
GAA 9 10 11 12 FHA 10 Honorary C1rcle 11 Pep Band 11
Moved from Cayuga North Dakota 12
Class Offrcer 10 Band 9 10 11 12 Class Play 11 Thesprans 11 12
Declamatron 10 11 12 One Act Plays 11 Honorary C1rcle 11 Pep
Band 11 12
Class Offlcer 9 11 Cheerleader 11 12 Band 9 10 11 Mrxed Chorus
10 11 12 G1rl s Glee Club 9 10 11 12 Class Play 11 Thesplans
11 12 Declamatron 10 11 12 GAA 10 One Act Plays 11 12 Student
Counc1l 9 Homecomrng Attendant 12 Pep Band 9 10 Annual Edrtor
M1xed Chorus 11 12 G1rl s Glee Club 11 12 FHA 10 11 12
Class Off1cer 10 Cheerleader 12 Band 9 10 Mlxed Choms 11 12
G1rl s Glee Club 11 12 Class Play 11 Thesprans 10 11 12 Decla
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Boy s Chorus 9 FFA 10 11 One Act Plays 12 Sclenee Club 12
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