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Page 100 text:
The date, March 12, 1945. You'd never guess,but lt ls the
Athletic Banquet, as a tribute to the boys who have just won the
state basketball and football trophy.'
As we look around in the hall we see Joel Anderson,the owner
of the 1000 acre NX QW ranch ln Arizona. That cowboy outfit dis-
tinguishes him above the rest. .
And who ls that uniformed lady that just entered with him,
You'd never know but 1t's Elorence Brewer, Head dletlcian ln St.
Mary's Hgspital at Rochester.
Why,look at that well dressed man! You cou1dn't guess it
was Robert Finbraaten, now president of the Ford Hopkln drqg
Entering with him is Evelyn .Harr-
ington. Yes, they met again, but now
she is in Hollywood teaching Shirley
5 NW W
'iyx-ff jg' ,ix 5 Temple tap dancing. y
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,, ga In walks Herbert Jasperson just as
stout as usual, Why shouldn't he be
for he is now the phlitlcal leader of
the New York Tammany Hall. He'll be
The man who just drove up with the
new Cadillac and ls now taking his seat
gg ls unmistakably Joseph Jax, the pros-
EQE' I ' perous farmer of Red River Valley .
C ' Alice Johnson is the accountant
and filer in the Hormel plant of Austin.
Page 99 text:
Jean Tiegen wills her blond hair to Veronica Keifer.
To you Kermit, Joseph Jax willingly gives you another sheep
on condition that you exercise it and don't let it die.
Margaret Duggan wills her staying-home ability to Doris
Hanson. At least when you do come, come a whole day at a time.
Sig Osmundson leaves his love for chemistry to Norman.
Celestine Vogt, the only intelligent girl in the senior
class, gives her odd characteristic of being brainy to Dick
Fritz Schaefer bequeaths his freckles to Marcella Peterson.
Roy Torgerson wills his HKate Smlthn figure to Paul Larson.
Florence Brewer gives her refined giggles to Art Kalland.
Sig Osmundson passes his reputation as a .'womah hateru to
Joel Anderson bequeaths his loud talking to Betty Gilgenback
Margaret Duggan wills her jltterbug ability to Daisy Meister
Warren Matteson bequeaths his height to Lucille Heffern.
Bertha Severson wills her secretarial ability to Kathryn
Bernette wills to Thelma Kalland her ability to attract
boys instead of distract them.
TO THE JUNIOR CLASS we give, reluctantly, but of necessity,
our mantle of dignity. We realize that the class can never fill
it, but since it is expected of them, our advice is, 'Do more,
The Senior Glass of '40
Page 101 text:
It is said she had a good pull wheniuhe left high school.
Is Herman Klapperlck ever high now,for he is chief electric
welder for 'skyscrapers ln New York. I hear his red h9'1T'A1S
facinating and causing him traffic Jams.
Shirley Larson has certainly increased Class
her fame, for she is now head nurse of the,
Roosevelt Hospital at Warm Springs, Gevnlia, ,
The modeled lady at the end table 15 Bernegne Mandler. She
is now a manakin for a company at New York. Her next trip will
be to Paris.
If you think of buying shoes, be sure, to get some hides
from Warren Matteson's beef cattle of Texas. One way of distin-
guishing them is by the KS.L.J brand.
Mae Meister graduated from the Minneapolis State Business
C03-lege, but has 8 private secretary's Job in the Chicago Grain
The speaker for the evening is Frederick Schaefer,the pre-
sent basketball coach of the Minnesota State University.
Bertha Severson, seated at the opposite end of the trble,
has been Promised a position as private secretary fb? President
Herbekt Jasperson for upholding his political party. ,
We, including Jean Tiegen, came back for this famous day.
Jean is now a double for Deanna Durban. Her next roll will be
a scene ln Hawaii.
Roy Torgerson is here also. Of course,hc.11vee at'5argent,
Minnesota, for he owns the majority of stock in the Farmers Co-
Operative O11 Company. He saw the boys win the state trophy.
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