Ada High School - Viking Yearbook (Ada, MN)

 - Class of 1959

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The Vlkln Eduor Absmdm Eduor Busmcsb Edltor Absmram Bunmss Marmg r Secuonal Editors Aetxvmtles bportb INALISIL bpeoeh md Dr 1m ltleb Photogr xplu rs Ada Hugh School Ada, Minnesota 99 Mar .Arpt Lolwu breremn with Bemadme Evd Lxldnils Braml mrmdm Ilmlmd JTC, Xlbun Kxy self Bern Rae sind Dwlo Kolb Dale Iarbon O O ' W 1 "' . .......................... U . '1 , ' V ' 1 -' 1 " ,N ....... Classes . . . .... . . ........... Kaye lfiuch ' ' ....... . ......... .... L 'k 'Y- ""L Q ......... ""1.1 L I O when the books close, and the last bell rings, And carefree days are lost to mundane things-- When nostalgia strikes, and your memory wanes, And you remember the faces but not Lire names-- Pick up your yearbook and leaf it through, And remember the days so dear to you. vi 'IE' ff? --any ,"""""' 2 .-,1--- I Our Dedlcatlon We the class of I959 will always be grateful to you for your cheerful help and patient guidance The remembrances of your travels have left wlth us vlvld plctures of our wonder ful country For this and much more we dedicate to you Miss Rlste our l959 Vlklng 3 James Olin: Sharp dresser Kay Self: Cats . . . Dancing eyes . . . Vivacious . . . Fun to be with Hattie Sip: Always on the go . . . Lives for fun . . . Lover of the opposite sex Senior Class Owner of the little green bug . . Tall and dark .gf John Nordby: Fiery-red hair but quiet . . . in spirit . . . eager to please . . . originality plus 4 . ,ps - Diane Storslee: Slight sophistication . . . Eye-catcher . . . Gone giggles add to her personality Kay Finch: Sympathetic listener . . . Always willing to lend a hand . . . Flawless complexion Sharon Rector: Scatterbrained but lovable . . . Shapely . . . Good Cheerleader. . . Fibber McGee locker of I959 Earl Stein: Always smiling or sing- ing . . . Sharp dresser . . . Good sense of humor . . . "Sam" Kare doll . . . g . . . Freckles . . . An affinity for class rings n Vilmo: Demure as a Dresden Mischievous lau h Merle Hasz: A star that shines on the basketball floor . . . Has an attraction for cheerleaders Loren Gunderson: A marvelous actrESS . . . good natured . . . loves to tease Bemadine Eid: Graceful swimmer . . . Laughing eyes . . . Pontiac '-A ,Y Class We have Margaret Loke n: Bouncing laid our ponytail foundations . . . brains to spare . . . a beautiful queen Dick I-lennen: Tops in everything he does . . . captivating eyes . . . A guy with a crew-cut that likes to tease Betty Rae Sanders: Lively compan- ion. . . intriguing laugh . . . trenchcoats . . . Centennial Sharol Hopwood: Twin with a smile all her own . . . sweet and intelli- gent . . . always ready with a compliment Motto: Now We Bu I Sharon Hopwood: The other half . . . Pleasing personality . . . Friend to all . . . Prexy Cordon DeVries: I-le's short but he's growing . . . boys stater . . . Hampshire pigs 585. Bryant Lee: "Happy" . . . Minnesota cowboy . . . manners galore . . . nonchalant Carol Kitchell: Sings like a nightingale . . . always neat and beautifully dressed . . . possessor of charm K, Darwin Petting: better known as "Pete" . . . likes excitement . . . enjoys reading Sandi Haalandz Future Florence Nightingale . . . passion for silver . . . finally got a car Ruth Stene: Peaches and cream complexion. . . always a new hair- do . . . terrific artist . . . Class L A V E N D E R . .. F19 Wayne Roquet: Head in the clouds . . . outstanding in F.F.A. . . . Future farmer Ruth Solmonson: Blondest hair and bluest eyes . . . petite figure . . . friendly and helpful Jorgine Sethre: Never dateless big blue eyes . . . forever talki . . . tiny and likable EveVanna Bitker Dim les : p . . . Music lover . . . small but possesses a big smile Colors: wb s 'L VE R Audrey Docken: A heart of gold . . . loves to write . . . chewing gum and chatter 'X T18 Richard Visser: Quiet and un- assuming . . . very likable . . . Cows Terry Mills: Imagination un- limited . . . witty tongue . . . talkative . . . library fanatic 9 R 1 t Margie Vilmo: Neat as a pin . . a ring for every finger . . . a wonderful sewer Ckws Della Hoff: Beautiful blonde hair . . . giggle, giggle . . . quiet charm Hower Orchid Eva Arel: Short but full of life . . . u'ue to her idol Elvis . . . here I come, Uncle Sam I ,f fs. ix X 1 5. Sharon Strand: Gentle and co- operative . . . 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Ufll.-3525?-s.':.:-,'ss:: :a.i...alumnuszs:,'2'..' :E:5!5EELQQQQ.EH g PHOTOGRAPHERS EDITORS Margaret Loken Ed Bemadine Eid Dale Larson and Dave Bus Ed Gretchen Sitkko, Assist Ed Not Kolb ' Pictured Gladys Brantl, Assist Bus Ed STAFF The annual staff has worked long and hard to produce what we hope will be an annual to remember for many years Some of the members had posruons of increased importance thrs year under the leadership of Margaret Frve were chosen to be sectional edrtors a new practrce of the Ada yearbook staff These are Jack Vrgen Sports Editor Kay Self Music Editor Betty Rae Sanders Dramatrcs Sandr Haaland Organrzatrons and Kaye Finch Classes The staff was advrsed by Mr Nrel Johnson SECTIONAL EDITORS: Jack Vigen Kay Self Kaye Finch, Sande Haaland Betty Rae Sanders. ,vwx REPORTERS: BACK: Audrey Docken, Carolyn Moe, Carolyn Yost, Jan Simpson, Sharon Rector, Brenda Bodding, Sandra Weber. FRONT: Carol Kitchell, Sharol Hopwood, Betty N7 A Goddeke. wistful Mr Smtta EDITORS TOP Della Hoff BOTTOM Alyce Elhngson STAFF, FRONT ROW EveVa.nna Brtker, Audrey Docken Carol Boyer Carolyn Yost, Alyce BACK ROW Marlys Lmdex-man Gladys Brantl Della Sandra W1ck, Sandra Weber Advlsor, Mr Srtta VM some To UJHAT Mn V K nv PUT MV MIND AQE You L - TO BETTER READM- oss' Now2 ll' ff We 0 4 wAN!!,g,. I X. Students '7 :king Log The Vrkrng Log rs wrrtten and edrted by Semor Hrgh School students It IS pubhshed every s1x weeks and tells of the actrvrtres that take place rn the school The staff members garn Joumahstrc expenence whrch helps develop skrll rn wrrung paper makeup stencrhng and proofreadrng Durrng the past year the paper had been professronally prmted at the Index offrce Th1s new experrment proved to be very successful and w111 probably be contmued durrng future years The staff IS arded and advrsed by Mr Srtta the Commercral 1nstructor 13 , : . : , A K9 : l 1 1 - p L y U , . l : W , A . 1 . 1 1 1 7W-m- --A TH A A O17 ' 1 J 'L 3 I X A ff ,, A l - - ' is - ' , I V 1 , .Cu ' A fi iQ A ' 1 5 ' X 4 , . -rv,-,V gs. S . ,-b gl e 5? 13' 13 EH 6 .,. if 1 V in A 'qlqtig - EEF - -Y: Janie .1 1 Y yr? O O I ki l CB 1 Aghhhhhh' ' Tr It and LEFT TO RIGHT Ken Carter, Loren Gunderson, J1m O11n, John Nordby, Mrs Fahrager, fadvrsorj, Larry Jamrson, Dean Lohmxer The Try It and See Club met Ih15 year on the thrrd Wednesday of every month We were agarn affrhated wrth the Natlonal Scrence Clubs of Amerlca Some of the projects carrred out by our members were explosrves properues of elements alkahmty of varrous soaps glass etchmg and the 1so1at1on of the oxrdes of some nonmetals Mysterxous Produc e ' ,sn pf LEFT TO RIGHT Dxane Hanson Carole Ohn Paula Rae Vlsser Margaret Sorenson Sharon Hopwood Margaret Loken Drck Hennen Ed Skalsky Kaye Flnch John Volkerdmg Sandra Weber Mr Schlagel fadvlsorj Larry McCrank Student Council 12AA12Fr' MRF A, ,RARF li.. EVEQY NOLU AND THEN ITS A 600D IDEA TO LET TI-IE LIJOIPLD KNOI0 YOU 125 ST ILL AROUND E Q-f -7'- ..-ff' fffz. 1 The Student Councrl rs an orgamzatron formed to provrde the school wrth a student government The group led by presrdent Margaret Loken was QUIIC actrve rn the school year of 1958 59 It sponsored several school partres one of whrch was the Homecomrng Dance The members drew up a constrtutron for the Councrl to use rn the future years They also assrsted the Crty Councrl rn the establrshment of curfew laws and other actrons havrng to do wrth hrgh schoolers A11 members attended a Student Councrl conventron at Morris Mrnnesota rn the fall and rn the sprrng went to Fargo for supper and a movre In the fall rt sponsored the Norman County Safety Conference for youth 15 u ,l - 40 . " , . p 1 . It ri -Q , x 5 is l. I lf 12 gi - fi A :E 15 "" ji ,, 1 """""""" 7 I . I : . 1 Q 1 - X ' ' I , , , 1 0 x . 1 A Lf D Y 7 Y , 0 , 1 F- V' U Yr' W 'V ' Y . I 'B ' I -' - ,Isla ,.g",j., 5 -l ' f 0 ' -If' N -. l x fr I f- .. . F7 "" 7 Y ""' -fj',,:-:,. I .4 4 1-1 I O I . - I . I . . I . I I . 0 oNe ormv BEST SUBJECTS l IN scuoot wts AGRICULTURE' l x N 1-3 "" ln - - 1-D .5'2Ayz:, The Future Teachers of Amerrca rs an organrzatron set up to rnterest young people rn the teachlng professron as a career and to help those who have decrded to go rnto the freld to learn more about the work of a teacher As members of F T A the students took charge of study halls and assrsted a few teachers rn conductrng therr classes Some of the members had an occasron to teach regular classes Drfferent aspects of teachrng were drs cussed at the meetrngs All the members attended a workshop at Moorhead State College The group was advtsed by Mrss Rrste LEFT TO RIGHT Betty Rae Sanders, Carol Kltchell, Sharon Hopwood, Kay Self, Karen V11mo, Sharol I-lopwood, Margaret Loken, Jorgme Sethre, Advlsor MISS Rlste 16 1 H I, 1 -K 4,-J ,nm . -Y , .- 4. Hg ,f f ' -, -, 1- sf- U ff 4' "X 4 fr '5.!'i'4 ,-1 'ml -.l f 1' 5 1 ' I F y -I , xl.- R - '. 0 5 "- ittpi Vg..-,v i , .rx -V Tf-jr 'V f , -TI. gi, , . , T, . . ,W , , 1 af - ,.-,- I 0 I O Q . F. F. . Officers: Gerald Sorenson, Wayne Roquet, advisor, Mr. McMahon, John Blasey, Ron Mikkelson. Dale Larson, Lyle Vissor, Loyal Sip, Eugene Roquet, Rodger Geddes, Wayne Brant, Corky Brommenschenkel, Wayne Roquet Curtis Jacobson, Earl Roquet, Francis Brommen- schenkel, Duwayne Cnadt, Thomas Habeck, Ed Skalsky, James Vissor, Earl Vissor The Ada chapter of the Future Farmers of America had a very successful year in 1958-59. The general livestock judging team placed 2nd in the regional contest at Fargo. The team is composed of Rodger Geddes, Loyal Sip, and Gordon DeVries. Gordon was high individual judge and attended the state contest. The Dairy team, composed of Wayne Roquet, Gerald Sorenson, and Richard Visser, will also travel to the state. Officers for this year are as follows: President, John Blaseyg Vice President, Wayne Roquet, Secrc- tary, Gerald Sorenson, Treasurer, Gordon Devriesg Reporter, David Gilbersong and Sentinel, Ron Mikkel- son. The organization is advised by Mr. McMahon. 17 Q Saw: f-S G, if " J S -q-s1s- 4' ' 27 A large number of grrls were out for G A A thrs year Under the supervrsron of Mrss San stad the members enjoyed a very actrve year At the regular meetrngs members had a chance to play basketball volleyball tumble and work on the trampolrne Asrde from the meetrngs members enjoyed a PICHIC and hrke rn t e fall and a hay rrde and banquet rn the sprrng The G A A gave the Sadre Hawkrns Party thrs year and rn the sprrng conducted an Easter Lrly Drrve grvmg the proceeds to the Handrcapped Chtldren A tumbllng team was organrzed and therr preformances were enjoyed at the basketball games and durrng the toumaments Left to Rlght, ROW l Maradee Mlller, Margaret Geddes, Jaxuce Lrnderman Dlane Boreen, R.1ta Geddes, Carolyn Natvrg, Jyl S1mpson, Rae Vaule, Judy Hamre, Lmda Adkms ROW 2 Cheryl Hennen, Renette Sanders, Rosemary Axel Paulette Ellmgson, Bev Balzum, Cathy Carter, Juhe Johnson Mary Boddmg, Judy Jamrson Juhe Larson. ROW 3 Mlss Sanstad fadvrsorj, Candls Cowles, Sharon Grossman, Janrse Kroshus, Kay Knutsen, Carol Lovass, Carolyn Moe Carolyn Yost, Judy Bartz Carole O11n G. A. A. X J X A 0 ll , IR A if f ern 'ffm - 1-' s.as,d,.!., ' . ll . I l . I . , . . , . . I h MUSIC ,T ,dfgw nn Z-733 L 4 1-.J Q X 1 QgQu1 ' fidjmiif I ! ff k Junior High Choir MAN THAT' I SOUND wflsaoooe L 5 There are forty-eight members in this choir. It is composed of Junior- Hlgh students Th1s year the members gave a Chnstmas Concert jomtly Wllh the Semor Hxgh Cho1r Thxs group looks very prom1s1ng for the Semor Chou rn the commg years ROW 1, L toR L Atluns, S Jorganson, K Brommenschenkel, P Hanson M Stenberg, J Lmderman S Hoff, S K1tche11 C Shmnger, K Platt, D Offerdahl M Brommenschenkel, M Brantyl 2nd ROW M111er, J Jamxson M Gunderson, R Werpy 3rd ROW C Hennen, A Sheppard, D Rmerson, K Knut son, K Carter, S Grossman, S Hovland, J Kroshus, P V1ssor, D Stene A Platt, L McCra.nk 4th ROW S Tumqurst, S Nomes, J Larson D Krogstad, S Wo1tJer,N Anderson W Larud C Kappes, R Jamlson C Lovaas, L Jacobson, 20 . .: . ' . . . , . . ' , D.. McGregor, K. Le,e, Gi1bertson,.G. Tarvestad, D. Vilmo, J. Johnson, M. Bodding, S. Weber, M. l . , . . . : . . . ' . - . u .... b ' . , . . . I : . . . , . . . , . , . . Jr. High Band The Junior High Band is composed of approximately forty-four members this year. These young muscians look very promising for the Senior Band. Many of them will be promoted this coming year. This organization put on a Christmas Concert and also gave their own private band concert in May. l 1st ROW L to R Mary Boddrng Larry McCrank Sandra K1tchell Jul1e Johnson 2nd ROW Dranne V1lmo Carolyn Natvlck, Sharon Grossman Jrll Srmpson, Diane Offerdahl Joyce Johnson, Marrlyn Stenberg Patsy Hanson 3rd ROW Ronald Skretvedt Renea Blau Lmda Jam1son Mardee Miller Sandra Hovland Audrey Shepperd Candas Cowles Cheryl Hennen Solvig Nornes 4th ROW M1chael Brantyl Susan Olson, Sandra Woltjer Susan Weber Glenda Tarvestad Roger Werpy, Byron Benesh 5th ROW Roger Swartz Warren Goltz Marvin Karsten Rlchard Jamrson, Bruce Nrghtengale Glnger Geddes David Johnson Robert Grxvno Paul Steffen Lowell Johnson Eugene Vik 6th ROW Paula V1ssor Van Jensen Dean Bell Nathan Anderson Kerth Mills '71 r, ,,--. , . .: , n ,r , . . : , I ! . I I Y D Y 7 I ! i 7 ' : 7 J . , . I . I 2 .y , y l ! ! ! Y , ' : 7 I I Y ' Girls' Glee Club The Girls' Glee Club consists of thirty-eight girls this year. They took part in the Music Festival and received an "A" at the District and a "B" at the State at Thief River. The group put on a Christmas Concert and a Spring Festival. They also participated in the presentation of "My Fair Lady." They are very ably directed by Gerry Christianson. X Q fill 'Q lst ROW L to R EveVanna Bltker Gladys Brantyl Marlys Linderman Lavonne Stene, Brenda Boddmg Della Hoff Sharon Tarvestad Marlys Gade 2nd ROW Gladys Krogstad, Comne Monson, Sharon Rector Margie Burk Kitchell Janet Teide, Diane Storslee Sharon l-Iopwood Jorgme Sethre, Kay Self Ruth Solmonson Carolyn Yost Alice Maltrud 4th ROW Carol Boyer, Kaye Finch Carole Olm Margie Vrlmo Diane Hanson, Shar-ol Hopwood Ruthe Stene Barbara Prusra Vrrgrma Nelson, Audrey Nelson Audrey Wrlkens Alice Ellxngson 22 midi Janice Kitche1l,l5ernadine Eidfssndi Haaland, Audrey Docken. 3rd ROW: Janice Mikkeisoil, cami i g 625. Mixed Chorus The Mrxed Chorus consrsts of forty two members Gerry Chrrstranson rs therr drrector They helped put on My Farr Lady and also gave thetr annual Chrrstmas Concert The brg Moment of therr year of partrcrpatron was when they recetved an A at the Drstrrct and the State Thxs rs the best Mrxed Chorus we ve had for a long trme They also sang for the Sprrng Festrval 1 " f 1 1 E 43 lst ROW L to R Hattre S1p Dlane Storslee, Sharon Rector, Carol Boyer, Marlys Lrnderman Ahce Malturd Judy Bartz, Carole Ol1n, Carolyn Yost Audrey Wllluns Znd ROW Lavonne Stene, Audrey Nelson Gladys Brantyl Sharon Ta.rvestad, Brenda Boddlng, Dlane Hanson, Jamce K1tche1l Ruth Stene, Ruth Solmonson, Margaret Loken, Bernadme E1d 3rd ROW EveVanna Brtker, John Nordby Earl Stem, Cra1g Bowyer, Jerry Nelson, Luverne Woltjer Conley Natvlg Sharon Hopwood Audrey Docken 4th ROW Carol Kltchell Merle I-lasz Davrd Lambert, Loren Wambach John Nelson Graydon Bell John Volkerdmg, Kerth Goltz Jerry Petry Kay Self Al1ce Ellmgson 23 L. TO R. Roger Johnston, Dale Oanes, Lyle Vissor, Gradon Bell, Dean Simonson, and Dale Simonson. L. TO R.: Gretchen Sitko, Sharon Tarvestad, Sandra Weber, Steven Sittko. s 4 Ada High 2nd ROW: John Volkerding, David Larson, Buddy Han- son, Charles Larson, Robert Drevlow, David Kolb. lst ROW: Alice Malturd, Larry Korshus, Roll:-md Berg- man, Donald Nelson, Alice Ellingson. lst ROW, L. to R.: George Reipe, Jerry Petry. 2nd ROW: Bruce McKinney, Craig Bowyer, Luverne Woltjer 24 School Band TNG ... 1' J' L TO R Elame Kitchell, Richard Offerdahl Dale Larson, Carol Anderson, Eva Arel. r .ei Ma'orettes J Karen Vilmo, Kay Self L. TO R.: Linda Ingberg, Eileen Williams, Kaye Finch, Jan Simpson, Carol Blau, Maren Neilson, Rita Geddes. L. TO R. Paulette Ellingson, Lavonne Sorkenss, Karen Vilmo, Racheal Hovelson, Carol Johnson. 2nd ROW: Gladys Brantyl, Karen Grivno, Janice Kitchell, Kathy Ruoff. 3rd ROW: Conley Natvig, John Nelson, Jerry Geddes, Curtis Parsons. L. TO R.: Jorgine Sethre, Brenda Bodding, Vir inia Felske, Diane Stenberg, Kay Self, Jerry 8 Hanson, Wallace Jacobson, Dwight Benesh, Carol Bowyer, Barbara Hanson, Connie Bodding, Margaret Loken. .7 ...- Festival :gl Conme Boddmg recexved A' at the Dxstnct Carol Johnson sang her way mto a.n A" th1s year at the D1Stl'1Ct at Fosston .l Elleen Wxlhams and Jan Simpson, a flute duet w1th "A appeal 26 Carol Johnson and Kathy Ruoff gamed an A" w1th then' clarmet duet at the Dlstnct Jan Slmpson won an "A" at the D1StTlCt w1th her Flute solo y x Pr J In ' '. . ' an H . . . . . . . Winners The glrls' quartette conslstlng of Karen Vllmo, Bernad1ne Eid, Jorgme Sethre, and Kay Self re Thls group was orgamzed two years ago Theyhave been smgmg for vanous commlmmty actxvmes as well as school A11 four are Senrors thls year They've done a great Job" John Volkerdmg recelved an "A" at the Dlstnct at Fosston John has won vanous contests m the commumty for hrs marvelous playing He deserves a pat on the back' Jerry Hanson also recelved an "A" at Fosston Jerry IS also a very outstandmg player and adds a lot to our band 2 ceived an "A" at the State Contest at Thief River. 7 Drum 8 Bugle Corps Sore feet was the accomplishment of the Drum and Bugle Corps last summer after marching at Centennial Parades at Halstad and Twin Valley and the Water Carnival at Detroit , Lakes. As Fall approached they took part in various homecom- ing parades and also later on performed at basketball games lst ROW, L to R Malorette Jams Gorze, Sharon Felske, Audrey Wxlkms, Judy Bartz, Drane Hanson 2nd ROW Audrey Nelson, Jeanme Moe, Davonne Stene, Marlys Lmderman 3rd ROW Drane Storslee, LaDonna Srp, Sharon Rector, Janet Eggen 4th ROW Hattie Srp, Margaret Sorenson, Carl O11n, Norma Stene 5th ROW Carol Olm, Carolyn Yost, Carolyn Crrks, Conxue Eggen 28 L.. -., ,, 9931 fy f'3 ' p ,SX -4 xg ' ff f fun-P 2 1" 231 5. tx: , V ,if ff ,NS ' Y A I958 Football FIRST ROW Cralg Bowyer, John Blazey, La Vern Woltjer, Drck Hennen, Allen Jerdee, Kexth Goltz, .hm Olxn Merle Hasz, Dale Slmonson, Carlen Grandberg SECOND ROW Roger Johnston, Peter McGregor, .hm Hennen, Dean Bowyer, Marlyn Woltjer, Davrd Lambert, Dean Sxmonson, Davld Gerjets, Conley Natvrg, Skalsky THIRD ROW Coach Mr Perkrns, Curtrs Parsons, DuWayne Stadum, John Nelson, Chuck Larson, R1chard Vrsser, Loren Wambach, Ass Coach Mr D Johnson M? 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W--W 'fm' Q15 And it's another touchdown for Ada! 30 -5 , Ffa J, U The Ada Vrkrngs came through the season wrth a few wrns and naturally a few losses The Vrkrngs were handrcapped wrth more than therr share of rnjurres The prctures on thrs page show some actron shots of the Vrkrngs at the afternoon game rn Twln Valley The Vrkrngs beat the Trgers rn thrs game 36 O The prcture on the rrght shows Merle Hasz breakrng away from one of the Trgers Notrce the landmg of some of the Vrkrngs rn the top prcture The reff and the players seem to have gone to the wrong prle rn the bottom prcture Basketball I9 9 llper H FIRST ROW Dlck Hennen, Steven Slttko, Dean Bowyer, Don Bowyer, Dale Slmonson, Davld Lambert, LaVern Woltjer ROW TWO Coach Douglas Johnson, Ass Coach Earl Perklns, Merle Hasz, DuWayne Stadum, John Blazey, Cralg Bowyer, Jerald Nelson, Manager Kelth Goltz A" Team Cheerle aders Karen Vmlmo, Sharon Rector, Jack Vxgen, Gretchen Slttko, Jorgme Sethre 39 uDoug 33 QYYYQS Pxgawl Ch V, e Sub D1st1'1Ct Champs DISUI Ct Cha mps glona J C olzyojatlo Lake Agass1z Trophy Sub Dmstnct Champs Dlstnct Champs X2 The Proud Ones ' Regxonal Consolatxon 34 Maradee Muler 1rg1n1a Felske Mlke Brantl Barbara Hanson The Baby Vrkrngs had a good season thrs year and gave the fans some excmng ballgames The ones they lost were only near the end and just a few pornts THIRD ROW Dean Slmonson CHRIS Parsons, Chuck Larson, Lyle Vlsser, Davrd Gjerts, Robert Drevlo Coach E Perkxns SECOND ROW Larry Kroshus, Ed Skalsky, Dale S1monson, Marlyn Woltjer, Steven Slttko, Hugh Bergh FIRST ROW Roger Johnston, Donald Nelson James Hennen, Dean Bowyer, Dor. Bowyer Peter McGregor, Manager George I-Ier1ot Sharon Felske We Baseball - "59" It was ball time again and Coach Paul Johnson began putting his team into action. The season went by and it turned out to be a successful one for the Ada Vikings. The team came out as Sub- District champs and went on to the District where they were defeated in the Championship game 1-0. It was a good season and once again Ada can be proud of a good sportsmanship team Coach Paul Johnson FIRST ROW Coach Paul Johnson, mg: Kelth M111s, Jerry Petty, Jlm Hennen, Dean Bowyer, Don Bowyer, Peter Bowyer, Steven Sxttko, Curt1s Parsons, Conley Natvrg Senrors Dick Hennen Merle I-Iasz 36 McGregor, Dale Simonson. SECOND RDW: Merle Hasz, DuWayne Stadum, Dick Hennen, David Lambert, Craig ll ' ll The Ada I-hgh Track Jerry ready fox, 3 Team had all 1 other successful season under wmmng form Coach Earl Perkrns The Vrkmgs copped the Drstrlct 30 t1t1e and the relay team placed second rn the Region 8 meet There were a number of boys out for track thrs year from seventh through twelfth grades The boys on the followrng pages were those who took part rn the numerous track mee Here w wart DuWay'ne show hxs Speed Hasz roundmg fxrst Craxg tnes swing mg 1nto thmgs FIRST ROW Dick Hennen, John Blazey, Merle Hasz, Jerald Nelson, Jim Ohn SECOND ROW Coach Earl Perkms, Je Hanson, Phll Enckson, La Vern Woltler, Erhng Egeland, John Volkerdmg, Kelth Goltz Not pictured David Lambert, Loren Wambach TRACK La Vern, at right, starting the 880 yard run The boys who brought in the District 30 Title at Mahnomen BACK ROW Bling Egeland, La Vern Woltjer, Davld Lambert, Loren Wambach, Bob Williams FIRST ROW Jim Olin, Jerald Nelson, Merle Hasz, Dick Hennen, John Blazey Loren trying for the record in the Broad Jump Regional Contenders ' BACK ROW: Coach Earl Perkins, Keith Goltz--mile run, La Vern Woltjer--880 yard run Erlin E eland-- le va l 8 S P0 'lf FIRST ROW: Dick Hennen, John Blazey Merle Hasz--high jump, Jerald Nelson-- these four boys got second in the mile relay at the Region 8 meet. SW 3 oi in-if Phil running the 880 3 Jim and Loren during the 880 relay are Keith running the A 3 Mile OFFICERS: Pres. Betty Sanders, Sec. Kaye Finch, Treas. Alan Jerdee, Scribe, Sharon I-Iopwood, V.P. Bernadine Eid, Advisor Mrs. Johnson. , n 9 f Asif, ' v, Q, gay A 4 is.J7f1Q i:I' .. Initiates ROW 1: Kathy Ruoff, Carolyn Yost, Carol Boyer, Alice Maltrud, Ruth Sol- monson, Eve Anna Bitker, Diane Han- son. ROW 2: Jan Simpson, Janice Kitchell, Sandra Weber, MargieBurk- hard, Sharon Tarvestad, Judy Bartz, Roger Johnston, Roger Klask, Mrs. Johnson Qadvisorj. ROW 3: Gai1Olin, Brenda Bodding, Carolyn Cirks, Jim Olin, Earl Stein, Dean Lohmier, Grant Ullman, Conley Natvig. 'D' ROW 1: Jack Vigen, Keith Goltz, Allan Jerdee, Jerry Geddes, Loren Gunderson, John Nordby, Dean Lohmier, Jerry Petry, Mrs. Johnson Qadvisorj. ROW 2: Sandra Haaland, Betty Rae Sanders, Eva Arel, Jorgine Sethre, Kay Self, Karen Vilmo, Alyce Ellingson, Gretchen Sittko. ROW 3: Mary Arel, Ruth Stene, Carol Kitchell, Audrey Docken, Diane Storslee, Kaye Finch, Hattie Sip, Margaret lpken, Carolyn Moe, Marlys Linderman, Betty Goddeke, Gladys Brantl, Carole Olin. ROW 4: Bemadine Eid, Loren Wambach, Jerry Nelson, LaVern Woltjer, Sharon Hopwood, Jim Olin, Sharol I-Iopwood, Sharon Rector, Merle Hasz, Kenneth Carter. ,f"""wc- ,r f"'m'1 '1' nfhvt O Thespis? Senior Quartette Anyone for a tomato ? ? ? ? Thespians The Thespian troupe in Ada this year has had a very busy and successful year. In the fall they presented the annual variety show with the theme "Centennia1 Showboat." It was very well received with cheers and tomatoes from the audience. In the spring the speech class and the thespians collaborated on "Apri1 Showers" a beautiful banquet. The new initiates were honored at a program held in the gym afterwards. Typical Ada class Dis those "Shades" Flora Dora Girls! Jr. Class Play "Is everybody Happy? " ,l V A11 I want is my S5! ! "Look Who's Here" Sick? Bashful, Grant? Jerald Nelson and Mr. Eid, the director of the play. 42 Carol seems very mature for H Junior, don't you think, Jerry? Now what seems to be the problem? Sr. Class Play 1-2-3--Dig!! Is that in the script? What is it? "HilIbiII Weddin' " I now pronounce you man and wife. , f 1, MLM! Beethoven 's Unfxmshed Sth' NSA 1 A' A fx I . I A' lst ROW: Margaret L., Jorgine S., John N., Diane S Kay S , Bernadine E , Carol K , Merle H , Earl S 2nd ROW Sharol H , J1m O Loren G , Sharon H Terry M "Georgie Porgie" Q I r up FRONT ROW: Gail Olin, Jan ' Simpson, Judy Bartz. BACK ROW: Brenda Bodding, Don . Nelson Janis Kitchell Paul Do you solemnly Promlse? Erickscgn Sharon Tarvestad, Diann Hanson, Jack Vigen. One Act Plays When spring comes to Ada High all the amateur actors come out of hiding and try their talents in the annual one act play contest. This year three plays competed and "Fifteenth Cand1e" won the right to represent Ada in the sub-district and district contests. They placed third in the district. The one act play program was presented to the public on April 1, 1959. An extra feature was on the program, the Sophomore play. "Georgie Porgie." The plays were under the direc- tion of Mrs. Johnson, who gave much of her time and energy to make the plays the success they were. "Leader of the People" Are you hungry, Grandfather? Bernadine Eid, Jerry Geddes, Loren Wambach, Roger Klask, Marlys Linderman, Carol Bowyer, Roger Johnson. "Fifteenth Candle" Betty Rae Sanders, Keith Goltz, Sharon Rector, Alan Jerdee, Margaret Loken, Karen Vilmo Rosie and me is going to get along fine! ! I don't want Rosa to be like me. QQ 7 if Monkey s Paw No, I don't hke that candle That paw has a spell on it, John i Fire!!! Kay Self, J1m O11n, Grant Ullman, Hopwood Jerry Petry, Kenneth Carter, Sharon Debate Thls year s debate toprc was Resolved That the U S should adopt the essentlal features of the Russran system of educatron Our team was composed of twelve mem bers wrth Betty Rae Sanders as team captarn The debate squad attended many outsrde tournaments thrs year Among these were South St Paul Concordra Unrversrty of North Dakota Unlversrty of Mrnn sota Hallock and Thref Rlver Fall In regronal competrtron they placed fourth FIRST ROW Karen Vllmo, Allen Jerdee, Betty Rae Sanders SECOND ROW Carolyn Moe, Judy Bartz, Bette Jane Goddeke, Mrs Johnson, Jerry Geddes, Wallace Jacobson, Dean Lohmler fNot p1ctured are Jim Ol1n and Kenneth Carter Q Mis nl 46 Declam Pantomine, Extemporaneous Speaking, and Discussion, 1st ROW: Betty Rae Sanders, Karen Vilmo, Mrs. John- son, Diane Storslee, Kay Self. 2nd ROW: Dean Lohmie Conley Natvig, Keith Goltz, Loren Wambach, Wallace Jacobson, Alan Jerdee, Jack Vigen, Jerry Geddes. Not pictured Kenneth Carter. rr Humorous and Dramatic Interpretative reading, Original and memorized Oratoryg lst ROW: Bette Goddeke, Sharon Rector, Judy Bartz, Carol Kitchell, Gretchen Sittko, Evanna Bitker, Ruth Solmonson, Carolyn Moe. 2nd ROW: Carolyn Hennen, Sharon Tarvestad, Jan Simpson, Diane Hansen, Janice Kitchell, Gail Olin, Grant Ullman, Carolyn Cirks, Sandra Weber, Carole Olin, Gradys Brantl, Sandra Wick, Mrs. I-Ietland. State Winner District Winners Sadie Hawkins Kentucky Derby? 0 N Oflglnal Dogpatchers Albert Platt, Barb Hanson, Larry McCrank, and Lmda Adklns Th1s IS Love? l'm killed. ! ! ! D0gP3.tCh fun SPO1'1SOI'ed the G.A.A HK Caesar and his court A flute duet by Jan and Eileen chariot races, gladiatorial fights, a poem by Cicero fA11anj, and Dancing by the slaves, led by Gladiola provided the entertain- ment to go with the multi-course meal. Xl. I 7! A , 71 . Q A 'E' fig o A ' ' ' C N ' X I fx! R YU r . , 1 M Q df I K 2 ,f '17 X x 41. ' A I 4 4 .X , . ffm R Q? N, L . 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'J' -M :msgs 4 :wh wfwew M f""'-'- .GLIYSZ Homecoming The Coronation of Queen Margaret The arr rs frlled w rth suspense and excrtement tts Hornecommg Q15 The huge bonftre burlt by the Sophomores got the festrwrtres off to a roarmga start Led by the band and the convertrble earryrng the queen candldates Q23 the snake dance wrbyjled rts way to the center of toy n for a pep fest to en courage the team for the game agarnst Fertrle the next evenrnyb Frrday afternoon the former queens of Ada llrgh were honored as a part of the Homecommyj parade Judges who were at varrous pomts of the parade route judged the class floats awardmg frrst place to the erghth grade C33 second to the seventh grade and thrrd to the Junrors Frrday evenmg brought excrtement and suspense to a head At halftrme followmb the performances of the Drum and Bugle Corp and the Band came the coronatron of the new queen Led by Sharon Han son Queen of 1957 the Q45 frve grrls walked down the corrrdor formed by two columns of band members or the 10 yard lrnes and assembled themselves m front of the awartrnyb erowd Sharon opened the sealed envelope presented the two dozen red roses to the lucky brrl announcmyj the new Queen and stepped down from her rergn Thrs was 1 moment of overwhelmrng happmess for the Queen Lo captarns Drck Henneu and Merle llasa placed the crown on her head royfal robe on her snoulders and presented the grft The Queen and her attendants returned to therr aw artrng float to the musrc of the band The band played the Ada School Song havrng formed a funnel through whtch the t am then rushed The cllrnax of all excrternent was the vrctory ofthe Vrkrngs over the Falcons The fmal touch of a wonderful ey enrng was the yretory Party Thrs was llomecommg 1958 Jw 4' 1 . . - ,. . 3 --. . m . . Y . 1 . V. . . Y V x , x . 1 Q 1 1 Ty 1 1 1 N1 11 1 - 1 ' 1 ' 1 11 ' 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 ' y 1 . . 1 , , A 1 1 . . V . . 5 . , 7 - 1 , 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 A K 1 , -1 ' 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 y' ' 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 ' ' 1 ' ' f1- 1 1 ' - ' - ' . a L . Y 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 ' y 1 ' -1 D 11 11 - 1 1 1 1 - 6 1 A , V . v . , 6 . Y 11 ' ' 1'- f ' -- ' - 1 . 5-1 P Margaret Loken, Karen Vilmo, Bernadine Eid, Sharon Rector, Jorgine Sethre 'iifilil .rr og A ,r i W W Q3 r 6? M - :L.i..Lg,gW mag ir. .- . . -' ' . - ' ET " - : ,,f- ww, rar A fqg 4, ..,, I , h. ., , X MM ' Pr - 'I-fy, ' r . N sb Q . ' ' ' kv 'Vi I -Q! 1 ra- fb X r ' RwmamwQWW f""'I.4 Banquet May 9 51 4 I' The ellte at our Jr Sr Banquet Mr and Mrs Frank Mr Run nmg of Concor dla who presented the program the toastmaster Jerry Petry Sen 1or Class Presldent Jumor Presldent, John Volkerdrng Gretchen Slttko, Supt and Mrs Jacobson and Mr S1tta 'LW 5. I-hghest rankmg Sophomores who served at the Banquet and Prom Dlane Hansen, Elleen W1111ams Jan Slmpson, Janlce Kltchell Sandra Wlck BACK ROW Lynn Clayton Stephen Slttko Dean Slmonson Roger Johnson, Roger Clask, Not plctured Sharon Tarvestad and Rlchard Offerdahl Flrst nrght at Sea g A ' . . , ' ' Q 3. v NJ 5 rf 'S I , I I!! - B B ' 1 ' , S al- .. A ' A ,WN . 5 x 1 ,, me -L 1 ' ' . Y i Y . y - l Sharon I-Iopwood, ' -, . J . y A - K .. New r . . . . , ! 1 I I 1 x The Jacobsons and Franks leading the Grand March What s the attraction? Girls for punch? Ray Larson and his orchestra float the dancers away on their "Hawaiian Cruise" May I3 Sklp Day Thtrteen may be an unlucky number but for the Semors May 13 was avery lucky day It was Sktp Day 1n Ada I-hgh Wh1le the underclassmen bemoaned our abence we thoroughly enjoyed our tr1p to Isle of Dreams Lodge on Bad Ax Lake near Park Raprds Here we partrcrpated rn badmrnton volleyball exploratlon of the great out of doors readrng stttrng by the ftre bunng thrngs flerce games of plng pong boatmg water blcyclrng wadrng gettmg stranded across the lake gettmg wet playlng records Ildlng horses vanous msrde games plus eaung dC11C10LlS food About 4 30 we held an undemocrauc meetmg run by Paul Johnson It was decrded to go to Park Raprds for supper and then to Detrort for a dnve rn mov1e But alas the drtve rn movre wasn t appeahng so we settled for the less rare ordmary rnsrde type for those who could keep therr eyes open All was qu1et on the way home except for a few occastonal snores from all but the drrvers the water btcycle and Mr Johnson on Dolly Rlde em cowboy On a Wednesday? Better tum them around flrst, glrls So long folks 57 0 DO remember- -Loren's flat tires 121, Earl's socks, the Battle of New Orleans, Diane's boat ride, Mr. Frank on r 'Vg' as f. Y , . Hi gh Class Night The Rise Stevens of Ada The hxt of the evemng OH PRO MISE ME, WILLE Bookkeeping or 4th grade'?'7'7'P Quartet mehr M 6 al JO?-II17 ood IUd1 61-I ey I I Molne Sent! Hts to R . . H - U is 24. I If 17-1 . mb .. ,, 1"11 gon" rr 58 May I3 CLASS NIGHT SCHEDULE Class Hrstory Margaret Loken Sehoolroom Skrt Drrectors Kaye Frnch Ruth Solmonson Cast D1aneStors1ee Earl Stern Sharon Rector Wayne Roquet Rrchard Vrsser Marlys Gade Eve Vanna Brtker Solo Carol Krtehell DON T GET EXCITED' Drreetor Bernadrne Erd Cast Mary Arel Sandr Haaland Cornposrte Boy and Grrl Betty Rae Sanders Loren Gunderson Quartet Kay Self Karen Vrlmo Bernadrne Erd Jorgrne Sethre WHEN IS THE TRAIN DUE'7 Drrector Bernadrne Erd Cast Sharol Hopwood hm Olrn Drek Hennen Solo Ruth Stene NO SALE' Drrector Marg1eVr1mo Cast Hattre Srp John Nordby Class Wrll Kay Self OH PROMISE ME" Drrector John Nordby Cast Merle Hasz Della Hoff Gordon deVr1es Eva Arel Carol Krtchell Audrey Doeken Sharon Strand Bryant Lee Kaye Frnch Class Prophecy Audrey Docken Class Song Words by Carol Krtehell and Audrey Docken ow iav Ont e gtage hands a nd do wilsx The class of 1959 smgs IIS class song "Pleasant Memorxes " 59 -- : , . 1 , , -- D , I -- Y Y n 1 .-- : . : , , ." Z . Z' , . .." 1 . : . , , , , , . . . ' is . A H2 L . 1 ,gi I Baccalaureate May 22 Mixed chorus slngxng "Holy Father, Great Creator' di rected by Mr J Christian son Our Baccalaureate speaker Rev Logan pictured ln front of h1s church The Seniors were led in by the top Junior glrl Gretchen Sxttko Qp1ct'd herej and the top Junlor boy Jerry Petry IWVIM CMI Y 'XJ Q ANU W' UI wuml The Girls' Glee Club accompaning LaVern Woltjer singing O Master Let Me Walk with Thee" Presentation of Diplomas by Mr. Frank and Mr. Ruebke. Commencement May 28 Salutatory "We Face the Cha1lenge" by Sharol Hopwood. ,bm Commencement speaker Dr O H DeLong Pres of Mayv111e College Valedlctory We Have Lald our po,-mdauon, Now We Presentatxon of awards and scholarshlps to graduates Bulld by Margaret Loken In ' ll wf l Q -nfs C lx , SA ' YQ J' j , 7 '!"" -Q. Senior Actlvltles EVA AREL Band 9 10 11 12 Glrls Glee Club 9 Thesprans 11 12 Declamatton 10 G A A 9 10 F H A 9 Pep Band 10 11 12 MARY AREL G A A 10 Scrence Club 12 EVE VANNA BITKER Mtxed Chorus 9 10 11 12 Gtrls Glee Club 11 12 Thesprans 12 Declamatton 12 Vrktng Log 11 12 Drum and Bugle 9 GORDEN De VRIES Class Offtcer 11 F F A 9 10 11 12 Student Counctl 11 Boys State 11 AUDREY DOCKEN Mtxed Chorus 11 12 Grrls Glee Club 9 10 11 12 Thesptans 11 12 Vtkrng Log 2 G A A 9 F H A BERNADINE EID Class Offrcer 12 Band 9 10 Mtxed Chorus 10 11 12 Grrls Glee Club 9 10 11 12 Class Play 12 Thesptans 10 11 12 Declamatlon 11 G A A 9 10 11 F H A 9 One Act Plays 10 11 12 Sctence Club 9 Gtrls State 11 Queen Attendant 12 Pep Band 9 10 Annual Staff 11 12 KAYE FINCH Class Offtcer 11 Band 9 10 11 12 Mtxed Chorus 9 10 11 12 Grrls Glee Club 9 10 11 12 Class Play 12 Thesprans 11 12 Declamatton 11 G A A 9 Scrence Club 9 Student Councrl 12 Pep Band 9 10 11 12 Annual Staff 11 12 LOREN GUNDERSON Band 9 10 Class Play 11 12 Thesplans 11 12 One Act Plays 11 Sclence Club 10 11 12 SANDRA HAALAND Mtxed Chorus 11 12 Gtrls Glee Club 10 11 12 Class Play 11 12 Thesprans 10 11 12 Declamatton 10 G A A 9 F H A 9 10 One Act Plays 11 Drum and Bugle 10 11 Annual 11 12 MERLE HASZ Class offtcer 10 Football 9 10 11 12 QCapt J Basketball 9 10 11 12 fCapt J Baseball 9 10 11 12 Track 9 10 11 12 Mtxed Chorus 11 12 Class Play 11 12 Thesprans 12 DICK HENNEN Football 10 11 12 QCapt J Basketball 10 11 12 QCapt J Baseball 9 10 11 12 Track 10 11 12 Mtxed Chorus 11 12 Student Counctl 12 DELLA HOFF Gtrls Glee Club 9 10 11 12 Vtktng Log 11 12 SHARON HOPWOOD Class Offtcer 9 12 Band 9 10 Grrls Glee Club 10 11 12 Class Play 12 Thesptans 11 12 Declamatton 10 11 G A A 9 10 One Act Plays 11 Student Counctl 11 12 F T A 12 SHAROL HOPWOOD Class offtcer 9 12 Band 9 10 Gtrls Glee Club 10 11 12 Class Play 12 Thesptans 11 12 Declamatton 10 G A A 9 10 F H A 9 10 One Act Plays 11 Annual Staff 12 F T A 12 CAROL KITCHELL Class Offtcer 9 12 Mtxed Chorus 9 10 11 12 Gtrls Glee Club 9 10 11 12 Class Play 11 12 Thesptans 10 11 12 Declamatron 10 11 12 G A A 9 F H A 9 10 One Act Plays 11 F T A 12 Annual Staff 12 BRYANT LEE Scrence Club 9 MARGARET LOKEN Class Offlcer 9 Band 9 10 11 12 Mrxed Chorus 10 12 Gtrls Glee Club 11 Class Play 11 12 Thesptans 10 11 12 Declamatton 10 11 G A A 9 10 F H A 9 One Act Plays 10 11 12 Student Councrl 9 10 12 Homecomrng Queen 12 Pep Band 9 10 11 Annual Staff 11 12 F T A 12 TERRY MILLS Football 10 11 Student Manager 10 11 Class Play 12 JOHN NORDBY Mtxed Chorus 12 Sctence Club 11 Class Play 11 12 JIM OLIN Sctence Club 11 12 Class Offtcer 11 Football 10 11 12 Basketball 10 Thesprans 12 Class Play 12 SHARON RECTOR Cheerleader 12 Mrxed Chorus 9 10 12 Gtrls Glee Club 9 10 12 Class Play 11 Thesptans 10 11 12 Declamatton 11 12 G A A 9 10 One Act Plays 11 12 Sctence Club 9 10 Drum and Bugle 10 11 12 Queen Attendant 12 Annual Staff 12 WAYNE ROQUET Basketball 9 10 F F A 10 11 12 BETTY RAE SANDERS Class Offlcer 10 11 Band 10 Gtrls Glee Club 10 Class Play 11 Thesplans 10 11 12 Debate 10 11 12 Declamatron 10 11 12 One Act Plays 10 11 12 Student Councrl 11 Drum and Bugle 11 Annual Staff 11 12 F T A 12 Cont d on page '75 62 q 0 0 0 -- , , , 9 Q , 1 1 . - . . 5 . . - I 1 1 , , , . . -- . , , 9 , 9 9 -- ' 5 . . . , , , 5 ' 1 ' " ' , 1 ' ' , , , 9 ' , 1 ' ' 11,15 . . . g . . .9 -- k . . 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'N H gil, x C-ff If , Off-A T it 19 IQ-ff' li A S - - . A E Hn . M fx- - -A -E - - -f' - .A an f , ' Em Q flf- ST" I tg 1 '? .K A 1 ff . ' ' ' I' - 1 ' I ' ' 11 ' , ' " l Z-- .xx I .DN 1 i I 1 ,rx Y , ,- I L, 2: I I T I X N ,.f I' . X I - f-A : ,-4 , X J WI N I X i : D 1 V :L T2 E . I '- ' I, 5-5, ,,,I . ..E xi Q " .. ..- I E5 'N I., fi 'Ig gig Q if iz sie . I- , ' 1. II S- ' .I "- F 1 E Iy. ' , . N , Q - Si .I g IJ. E- , --C' .- W- IT L '7 ' ,,, 1' -1- ED ,, '- .- I N5 f-- -'-r:. -L.. .. -9 5 W L, f ' - H- "L, ,,., if ,- A pq-52423 ,f.I'P",' ' ' ' 3-y I I' ' ' , I ' , - li 1 h I . . ' - If ff ' E L I , If 1 I ' 1 . L4 Mr. Jacobson Let us be thankful for the wealth of knowledge that is our heritage from all the Ages, and to which it is our duty to add something worthwhile. As Americans let us be duly thankful that we live in a land where it is our privilege to have schools in which, if we only shall keep them so, everyone may learn reading, writing arithmetic, the fine arts, but most of all to know the truth, to speak, to listen, and to think. Then let us be thankful for the privilege to make the right moral choices even though it precludes us from being one of the crowd Let us never cease to be thankful for the lessons in courage that we see all about us The courage shown by the 111 and the handicapped and those of cheerfulness and hope exemplified by the aged and the downtrodden Mr Frank The years you have spent in high school have been pleasant arduous tedeous cha lenging inspiring and rewardrng During this time you have been given the tools and skills with which to think Remember the person who can think holds the key to progress Never be hasty wrth your decrstons Base your thoughts and decistons on the basic funda mental principles of christianity Whatever the role you may have rn life go forth with faith in the future Find a way of life that will permit you to live peace fully and honorably with your fellow citizens in a world that is politically socially and economically beneficial to you and mankind , , , 1- . 64 Dr. Henry Ruebke 1 Chairman Dr. Byron Kinkade Rolland Felske Otto Kolb A A Hammerback Ed Hess SCHOOL BOARD Wlthout the school board our publlc schools would have a sltm chance for exrstance We Amerrcans proudly boast of our free educauon The men elected to thrs offxce must be courageous dependable and trustworthy The hlghest standards of educatlon as well as many other school functlons he rn the hands of these few men The board deals wrth all problems confronttng our school We are grateful for the careful conslderatron the board g1V6S rn arrxvtng at each decrslon 65 . u Q - 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 . Miss Blanche Olsen Head Librarian Office Secretary r Ruoff Athletic Director Guidance rs Tufte Asslstant Librarian Mrs Lenora Johnson Sr High Math Dramatrcs, Declam Miss Deloris Olson OfflCC Secretary Mr Schlagel Math Social Studies Student Council Ad visor Mr Eid Amerlcan History World History Class Plays 66 M . M . . . Speech, Debate Mr Douglas Johnson Scxence Basketball Coach Mr Perkms 7th Soclal Phy Ed Football Coach B' Basketball Coach Mrs Peterson Home Ec Tr Sr Banquet Mr Paul Johnson Sr 8zJr Enghsh Baseball Coach Mxss Sanstead G1rls'Phy Ed 8th Soclal GAA Advlsor Mr Ne1l Johnson Band Annual Adv1sor Mr Chr1st1anson Vocal Mus1c Drum and Bugle Ad- visor 67 ...P-""i!,a 11 -O "1 ,M 1-4 Mrs Frednkson Latm I and II M1ss Rlste Jr Hxgh Math Mr McMahon Agrlculture FFA Advlsor Mrs Fara her 8 Physlcs B1010gy World Geography Sclence C lub Mr Slllerud Industrlal Arts Mxss Efteland 7th Enghsh 8: Math Commercxal V1k1ng Log Advlsor Jr Sr Banquet Mrs Hetland Enghsh """' Declamauon 68 Dean Lohmler, Treas Carole Olm, S C rep , Alrce Maltrud Sec John Volkerdmg Pres Davrd Lambert, V Pres lst ROW Allce Maltrud Sylvla Lelm, Babar bara Strand, Carolyn Crrks Bette Goddeke, Carolyn Yost, Carol Thorson 2nd ROW Mr Srtta Larry Jamlson, Gerald Sorenson Conley Natvrg Ronald Braunschwerg Davrd Larson, John Volkerdmg Dean Lohmler, Mrs Peterson 3rd ROW Jack Vlgen, Loren Wamback, Paul Frederrckson John Nelson, John Blasey, Kenneth Carter, Davrd Lambert, Kelth Goltz CWS lst ROW Janet Tlede Carol Boyer Gretchen Slttko Charlotte Braunsch werg Carole Ol1n Carolyn Moe, Au drey Nelson Jamce lvhkkelson Au drey Wllkens Alyce Ellmgson 2nd ROW Carolyn Hennen Gladys Brantl Marlys Lxnderman Norma Stene, Allen Jerdee, Jerry Geddes Roger Hanson Wrllard Gade, How ard Stene, Jerry Petry 3rd ROW Jerry Hanson, Ron Braunschwezg, Leroy Yell, Robert W1lll8mS, Thor l1ef Egeland, Crarg Bowyer, Carhn Granberg, LaVern Woltjer, Gerald Nelson, Erlrng Egeland, Grant U11 man we x XV 9 1 .3 . . .' 1 'S 1 -S : , - 1 1 1 1 1 , . . 1 . 5 1 1 , - 1 1 1 1 ' , . : 1 1 1 1 , - C mason' Si sbwsfon' S lag? eas , Boge ilcet o i SK. eve Swag webgi 1 Sandia V Yfes YY' ROW 1: Sharon Kirchmeir, Florene Skuza, Lorraine I-Iamre, Gladys Krog- stad, Corrine Monson, Frances Braun- schwieg, Sandra Wick, Kay Scher- merhorn, Bev Balzum. Lucy Kappes, ROW 2: Mike Arel, Peter McGregor, David Gilbertson, Jerry Janisch, Floyd Goff, Shirly Gunderson, Sharon Hoff, Richard Smith, James Cirks, Tommy Andring, Manley Berg. ROW 3: Clifton Bitker, Roger Ged- des, Marvin Merkins, Loyal Sip, Roger Klask, Paul Erickson, Lynn Clayton, Allan Cirks, Cornelius Brommenschenkel, Eugene Roquet, Wayne Brandt, Mr. Doug Johnson. 0399 ROW 1 Jan Simpson Sharon Tar vestad, LaVonne Stene, Karen Gnvno, LaDonna Sip Diane Sten berg Eileen Williams, Judy Bartz, Barbara Prussia, Virginia Nelson, Mrs Faragher ROW 2 Gail Olin Janice Kitchell Carol Blau, Con me Eggen, Sandra Weber, Shirly Piche Brenda Bodding Dale Si monson, Dale Larson, Ken Sargent George Rxepe, Roger Johnston ROW 3 Steven Sittko, Bruce Mc Kinney, Dave Kolb Richard Of ferdahl, Dean Simonson, Graydon Bell Buddy Hanson, Dale Ones, Lyle Visser, Curtis Parsons, Wal lace Jacobson ewes PE-Dfgscel-S ECI' 1711.81 Obe Below, ROW 1 Carol Sargent, Carol Braunschwleg, Barbara Stene, Rosemary Arel Florene Yost, Mar garet Stene, Ardls Klusman, Mxss R1St9 ROW 2 Sharon Jorgenson Joan Lundon DeWayne Gnadt, Ronald Nelson James Vlsser Kreth Olson Rlchard Wick. ROW 3' Hugh Bergh Marlyn Woltjer, Ron Prussia Myron Stene, Dave Gerjets Gene Gunderson, Edward Skalsky. 71 'T Tds 6111213 Fe Dre S y 5 ke f P fe fe o Hs RE' E13 H ID ingil- Itc 231 or Us Se 00 ROW 1 Janlce Gorze, Paulette Ellrngson Margaret Sorenson, Janet Eggen, Sharon Felske, Vlrglma Felske Kathy Ruoff, Carol Johnson, R1ta Geddes ROW 2 Don Bow yer, Lmda Ingberg Barbara Hanson, Carol Anderson, Elalne Kltchell Conme Boddmg, Maren Nielson, LaVonne Sorkness, Rachel Hovelson ROWXB Mr Srllerud, Dwlght Benesh, Rolland Bergman, Dean Bowyer, Chuck Larson, Robert Drevlo, James Hen nen, Larry Kroshus, George Herlot, Don Nelson BELOW ROW 1 Frances Brommenschenkel Larry Lee, Harlon Yell, Sharon Ness Judy Kerpuzs, Drane Boreen Mabel Junco ROW2 DuWayne Grlbertson Wayne I-Iukrled Curtrs Jacobson Davrd Braunschwleg, LaVem Jamsh Earl Vlsser, Tom Habeck ROW 3. Earl Ro- quet, Robert Boedigheimer, DuWayne Inge- bretson James Knutson, Wayne Hovland Ron Johnson, Dennis Fjeld Q3 ades r A Nic Xen gi S C Q12 6 " Q XNOXU- 1 x 539561 eis 'Ge Oiixcs Ye tea 'Ze ROW 1 Linda Herringer, Judy Gigler, Shirly Hoff Geraldine Erstad, Kay Gnadt, Albert Platt Robert Ingebretson Bob Fredrlckson James Mc Gregor ROW 2 Janice Linderman Renette Sanders Karen Lee, Carol Gilbertson Kay Knut son Doris Krsnak Darlayne R1nerson Deanna Krogstad, Betty Sprung ROW 3 Gerald Goff James Wagner, Louis Kappes, Dale Sip Robert Blasey Richard Books Noel Nelson, Herbert Hasz Milo Berg Chester Kappes 72 CW ROW l: Kathleen Brommenschenkel, Sandra Kitchell, Cheryl Hennen, Julie Johnson, Diane Vilmo, Patsy Hanson, Marilyn Stenberg, Margaret Geddes. ROW 2: Larry McCrank, Glenda Tar- vestad, Renea Blau, Solveig Nornes, Sharon Liouze, Sandra Woltzer, Diane Boedigheimer, Audrey Sheppard, Sharon Grossman, Cathy Carter, Roger Werpe. ROW 3: Mr. Perkins, Keith Mills, Byron Benesh, Robert Grivno, Lowell Johnson, Dean Bell, Nathan Anderson, Walter Aanenson, Richard Jamison, Van Jenson, Miss Sanstad. O25 Below ROW 1: Larry Tufte, Dean Slininger, Danny Ericson, Larry Olin, Burdan Braunschweig, Richard Bratmschweig, Jim Stene. ROW 2: Susann Jorgen- son, Kathleen Platt, Carol Slininger, Cheri Turn- quist, Carol Lovass, Darlene Stene, Linda Jacobson, Dianna Kappes, Esther Norby. ROW 3: Lynn Hov- land, Charles Hopwood, Lester Boe, Willis Larud, Marcus Erickson, Dale Rinerson, Marvin Gunderson. Off? ll! a He VQUYI1 M' eslssef Paws faq f s c fl mas Pres tgtsl Cel. Ee ROW 1 Ronald Skretvedt Mike Brantl, Candis Cowles, Mary Bidding, Susan Weber, Judy Jamison Bruce Nightengale, James Stadum ROW 2 Diane Offerdahl, Carolyn Natvig Maradee Miller, Julie Larson Paula Rae Visser, Sandra Hovland, Joyce Johnson, Jyl Simpson ROW 3 David Johnson, Roger Schwartz, Darw'mMu1der, Eugene Vik Marin Karsten, Paul Steffens, Gregory Parsons, Warren Goltz, Iain Logan Below, ROW 1: Linda Adkins, Mary Braunschweig, Judy Hamre, Judy Goff, Rae Vaule, Margaret Braunschweig Karen Stene. ROW 2: Angus Heriot Dennis Braunschweig, Harriet Storslee, Janice Kroshus, Kenneth Arel, Randall Grandberg, Bruce Sargent. ROW 3: Miss Efteland, Robert Brant, Wayne Luchau, Kenneth Yell, Terry Balzum, Kay- nard Gulleckson, Dennis Elbert, Wallace Skare, Mr. Chri stianson. Lockhart A Skuza, H. Merkens, J. Boles, D. Cirks, P. Menge, D. Docken, D. Carter, Coach--Mr. Hayford. ROW 1: L. Gnadt, A. Mer- kens, B. Bitker, D. Wilkens, D. Hess, C. Merkens, S.Stein, B. Mer - kens, L. Hegrenes. ROW 2: Hayford, D. Docken, A. Skuza H. Boles, D. Cirks, L. Bitker, H. Merkens, P. Menge, D. Car- ter. 1 .fi w D u School Cook Mrs. Laura Gnadt Bus Driver8z Custodian Wilber Johnson Cheerleaders: D. Hess, S. Stein, C. Merkens, D. Wilkens. Senior Activities Cont'd KAY SELF--Band 9,10,11,12, Mixed Chorus 9,11,12, Girls' Glee Club 9,11,12, Class Play 11,12, Thespians 1O,11,12, Declamation 10,11,12, G.A.A. 9,10, F.H.A. 9,10, One Act Plays 10,11,12, Science Club 9,10, Band Majorette 10,11,12, Annual staff 12, F.T.A. 12 JORGINE SETI-IRE--Cheerleader 9,12, Band 9,l0,11,12, Mixed Chorus 10,11, Girls' Glee Club 10,11,12, Class Play 11,12, Thespians 9,10,11,12, Declamation 10,11, G.A.A. 9,10, E.H.A. 9, One Act Plays 10,11, Queen Attendant 12, Pep Band 10,11, F.T.A. 12 HATTIE SIP--Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Girls' Glee Club 9,10,1l,12, Thespians 11,12, Declamation 10,11, One Act Plays 10,11, Science Club 9, Drum and Bugle 9,10,11 RUTH SOLMONSON--Mixed Chorus 11,12, Girls' Glee Club 9,10,11,12, Class Play 12, Thespians 12, Declamation 11,12, G.A.A. 9, F.H.A. 10 EARL STEIN--Mixed Chorus 12, Class Play 12, Thespians 12 RUTH STENE--Mixed Chorus 9,11,12, Girls' Glee Club 10,11,12, Declamation 10,11 DIANE STORSLEE--Band 9, Mixed Chorus 9,10,12, Girls' Glee Club 9,10,12, Class Play 11,12, Thespians 10,11,l2, Declamation 1O,11,12, G.A.A. 9,10, F.H.A. 9, One Act Plays 11,12, Science Club 9,10, Drum and Bugle 10,11,12, SHARON STRAND--F.H.A. 9 KAREN VILMO--Cheerleader 9,12, Band 9,10,ll,12, Mixed Chorus 9,10,11, Girls' Glee Club 9,10,11, Class Play 12, Thespians 11,12, Debate 12, Declamation 10,11,12, Viking bog 11, G.A.A. 9,10, E.H.A. 9,10, One Act Plays 11,12, Science Club 9, Queen Attendant 12, Pep band 11, Band Majorette 11,12, F.T.A. 12 MARGIE VILMO--Girls' Glee Club 9,10,11,12, F.H.A. 10, "SchOol Notes" 12 RICHARD VISSER--Football 12, F.F.A. 9,10,11,l2 Speed! Our wn Simeon Le gree First Tnxmpet Who's 'Preservmg Our Freedom ' Jr H1g wmners Kathy Ruoff, Rlta Geddes, Rachel Hovelson W h Space Age Challenge to Amer1ca" wmners Betty Rae Sanders and Jorgme Sethre 'Preservlng Our Freedom" Semor I-hgh wmn Sharon Tarvestad, BrendaBodd1ng, Jan Slmpson Amencan Leglon Oratorxcal contest wmners Kelth Goltz, Allan Jerdee, Jack V1gen Allen recerved fourth 1n the State competxtxon 76 Betty Crocker outstandmg homemaker Kaye Flnch , m Vx Q. ' ' ' ' ' ers: ' ' ' . 'h A if 1" '5 3 i ll -- T Ki" A x'i, f' ii? . . . '48 fr P59 GX?-L5 ff aim WMS MAGAZINE SALES WINN ER Judy Bartz TOP JUNIORS Jerry Petry S' ST Gretchen S1tfLk0 1' Qld N654 TE s 012 TENNIS TEAM: Jerry Petry, Allan Jerdee, Conley Natvig, Craig Bowyer. District Winners: Allan Jerdee and Craig Bowyer. INDUSTRIAL ARTS WINNERS: Grant Ullman, Richard Braunschweig, Den- nis Fjeld, James Wagner, BobB1asey, Adviser Mr. Sillrud. 77 In many yearbooks the readlng stops at the Advertlslng This shouldn t happen for our ad vertlsers tell a story of Interest an Inter est In Ada Hlgh They make this year book possible your patron age makes their sup P 1 port worthwhile G U, APO U D t bt ofB g ADA DAIRY AND DAIRY BAR LARSON MOTOR C0 P 7 1 NIRCHL BLACKSMITH sHoP GOLTZ GREENHOUSE Pho 4372 A I Phon 5181 CARGILL INC NORMAN couNTY ABSTRACT C0 GRAIN FEFD d COAL Ph e3161 A I Pho 3461 SKOGMO S 3171 Ad 'VI t . Q . 9 O Q 1 1 ' - hone 364 ' ra e r d cts is ri u or rid eman hone 4 5 Ada Minnes t ne Say It With FIOwers Ada Minnes t da, hinnesota e ' , I , an on da, 'I innesota ne , Ada Minnesot f Phone 8 . inneso ELLINGSON S PURE OIL TIFSS Batterles and ACCCSSOTICS TRACTOR TIRF SFIIVIFF ,Q GAMBLES nun: Tllf FRIIADII 810111 Mgr.. 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