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Mbssaca TO 1955 GRADUATh.b OF ADAMb HIGH SCHOOL
By Supt. John F Palm
Recurrently we come to that time in a school
year when teachers grade and accredit, promote and
otherwise appraise the academic accomplishment of
high school youth, and they forever leave the high
school room graduate and leave teachers, campus,
" and cherished associates and go out into a busy world
Despite all displays of exhuberance and all ex
pressions of relief, it is a sober time for you young people Variously
equipped for life, you leave your time of preparation to go out into a
world that expects performance, that expects you to assume your share of
responsibilities and troubles, expects you to contribute to the needs of
the day and to the preservation of your heritage all of which makes it
exceedingly important that you take with you a reliable sense of values,
that you sift the facts from the fallacies, the truths from the theories
and falsehoods, the essentials from the non essentials
As a safeguard to you seniors leaving school to face the realities
of life, you must, in fairness, be reminded that some things you have
learned with great effort will soon be forgotten, that some of the mem
orized data may prove excess baggage, that many theories will change,
that new truths will be discovered
But if you have learned to value qualities of high character above
mere intellectual sharpness, if you have learned to avoid intolerant dog
matism, and have learned to guard against assuming that your education is
complete, you will be better prepared to meet the shocks of life, the in
evitable changes, and the many adjustments that are sure to come
As high school doors are left behind, and you are graduated with
academic finish and flourish, you should remind yourselves to always keep
an open mind for truth, never smugly close your books and say: 'That's
It is in you that we place our hopes, our COnf1d6DC6 and our aspir-
ations. Spend yourself for God and country. Be one who puts something
into the world rather than takes from it.
With congratulations and best wishes for the future, I wish you good
luck, Godspeed, and goodby!
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Over at last is the initial year for
some, the final year for others Whether
we were wide eyed sophomores, experienced
juniors, or all knowing seniors, we had
fun from the first assembly right down to
Award Day. some will soon close the double
doors behind them for the last time, while
others have a year or two in which some
ambitious dreams will be fulfilled. Here
we hold the memories of 1955 specially
This ole school
once knew us children,
once knew our strife
was home and comfort
As we fouvht the storms of li e
This ole school once rang with laughter
This ole school heard many shouts,
Now it trembles in the daylight,
when the students walk about.
This ole scnool
This ole school
A1n't gonna need this school no longer,
Ain't gonna need this school no more,
There's no need to fix the furnace
There's no need to heat the floor,
ihene's no need to oil the hinves
Nor to mend the wlndow panes,
H1n't gonna need this school no longer,
We're gettin' ready to meet the world
school is afraid of thund r,
school is afrald of storms
school groans and
night winds fling
school is gettin'
school is needin'
like us it's tuckered
And it just won't warm our
school is gettin' shaky,
school is gettin' old.
school lets in the rain,
school lets in the cold.
All the walls are gettin' chilly,
But it feels no fear or pain,
Cause it sees angels peeking,
Through those broken window panes
We, the Senior Class of 1955
spectfully dedicate this Argo to Gordon
A Hansen, who came here in the year
19L4,8 and has been our principal for the
past four years
Left to right are: Vance Torgerson, Paul Winkels, Virgil Bergene, Supt. J,
F. Palm, Martin Prescott, H. E, Osmundson, and Nordeen Gilderhus.
To be a member of a board of education in a local community is one of
the greatest responsibilities any citizen can receive. It offers an op-
portunity for outstanding and constructive public service. It requires
unselfish and intelligent devotion for the common good of all, A local
school board is almost the last bulwark marking community control over its
These days are of unusual significance to schools and therefore to
their policy makers---school boards. The increasing number of young
people who want and need formal education, and the constantly expanding
program of the school, make it more difficult to find money for plants,
personnel, and equipment. These considerations make the work of the
school board more difficult and of the utmost importance.
Some one has aptly said of the qualities school board members need:
'Knowledge alone is not enough. In addition the public expects of him the
wisdom of Solomon, the patience of Job, the meekness of Moses, the hu-
mility of a burned out electric bulb, the sagacity of Henry Ford, the
initiative of a jet propelled plane, and the common sense of Lincoln!n
To participate effectively in school policy-making also requires
understanding judicial competence, vision, courage, sincerity, unselfish-
ness, common sense and teamwork. The business of education is one of the
largest in many communities, More actual funds are involved, much of the
tax money is expended, and more of the public's interest is, or should be,
concentrated upon this important nindustryn.
In order that the best educational conditions mioht be attained
board members have laid aside personal feelings and opinions and have
worked with a vision of what their positions really mean in the success of
the school and the future of the children. And the results have been com-
mendable and without doubt worthy of public recognition. They generally
sacrifice valuable time and personal comforts without compensation in
order to be of service. Indeed often the are obli ed to see their best
most conscientious efforts criticized adversely, harshly and unjustly by
the unthinking public whom they so faithfully serve! But they have become
sworn servants of that same public and often expect such remuneration!
In short, school board members have evolved a wholesome, intelligent
manner of administration, commensurate with the inherent responsibilities
of their positions. Our debt to them is great: let us be thankful that it
is. They also serve, worthy of recognition!
Q 5 ' Mr. Hanson, Prf"""'l
.mi Winona State Teachers
Phy- Ed. 7,8,9,10
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September 1951, We, tne present seniors oi Adams lgh School, started
out as freshmen All 53 of us were awed and just a little frlphtened at
the idea of high school, new teachers, and upper classmen rresnm n inia
tion made us brave enouvh to continue the year. Jackie Mceee and Mllo
Lewison carri d off the prizes for:Jdt1ation costuming
we started our sophomore year much wiser Helen Cain came in ben
tember and left after Christmas Prank Hueman, 'oyd nardecopf, and
we carr'ed off first prize on our homecoming float.
Chosen for se vers for the Junior Senior Banquet were Connie Halver
son, Jean etaebler, Darlene Hanson, hlene Loecher, Betty Jo Hurley, Mary
Jax, Lavonne hueman, Labonna Pederson, Tom ecnissel, uonald Lewison, Larry
aeldel, Ronald Ulven, Conrad ochaefer, Roger Voigt, Milo Lewison, and
And then our junior year dawned We really had progressed Our f1r t
major production took place, uPan1c on a Pullman Incidentally we out on
a supper banqlet in honor of the seniors The theme was spanish P1 st
Our class rings made us feel even more important sharon hhlo tame and
left us that year, Others to leave us were Anne Miller and Jerry
Meister Bill and Joyce Valder joined our class that year.
Then we were seniors! Ah, mighty people David Dralle started the
ear with us Our plav 'Mind Over Matter was the first item. Tnen the
Argon began to pi k up momentum, hverything piled up and we barely had
tlne to catch Our breath Finally BaccalmuvatB on 4ay 29 and tommencement
on June 2 ended a chain of events that made tur days in Adams High bchor'
happy and beneficial
shirley Ballhagen left this year also. It must be m neatly mentioned that
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Take nothing scriouslyg enjoy H9 Stops yawning 10n8 enough Plenty of laughter, plenty
yourself mi htily, to tell a funny story.
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Library Ass't 3
Speech Club A
Pep Club L
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of fun, for, after all, life
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True love is like a ghost
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which everybody tells about Life is not so short but tDHt
and few have seen.
I-F7 VONNE HuEMDN
there is tlme for courtesy.
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been better without: love, in the dark besides Santa other habits are good.
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to the weary head. conceals a sparkling personality,
UGENE WINKELS Pl-HLOMENH WaNKELs
This is a very confused story, and I must admit that I too, am verv
confused But I must begin at the beginning it all started in that
gay, wonderful city of Paris My name is Pierre and I am a guide in the
cltv One day I was contacted by an Amerlcan to act as special guide
The American was a girl and well being French well, anyway, I
took the job! It seemed that she was a detective and on the trall of a
mlssing group, a Senior Class of l955, I believe She wanted me to take
her to places in f8PlS where she might f1nd some of the members I sug
gested we go to the beautiful Gardens of Tuilliers, Kto find the class,
of course J Oooooo la la!
To travel to the Gardens we took a cab, and when we got into the
vehicle, my lady gave a cry of great joy nBugsl I look about but could
see no sign of insects It then became evident that she was addre sing
the drlver, a Richard Battey She asked him why he had come to Paris ar1
he said that he had become so expert at driving on the left side of t
road that officials had sent him to Paris, where it was legal'
While driving to the Gardens at breakneck speed, down a winding street
our cab was blocked by an excited group We investigated and f d th
cause to be none other than Dorothy Landherr She was jumping up and
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wn s ou ng, Down with France Johnsburg for World Capital Vive la
Johnsburgl' This created quite a scene Soon we saw someone trying to
drag Dorothy away, my lady recognized her it was Rosella Fasbender cheif
executions at the Guillitolne' It seems that Roselle gets commissions for
extra executions so friend or not Dorothy was next! They call Rosella
W sbender the Fearlessln
Finally we arrived at the Gardens we were sure we would find some of
the members there But of coursel Immediately we found Eugene nRipu Winkels
sleeplng peacefully under a tree The guard told us that Gene had been
there for ten years, so we didn't disturb him'
not only escorting one girl, he'd stay with one for five minutes, go on to
another, a d so n Now I know what you Americans mean when you say
HDemocracy It's wonderful' I'm French but he could el
We left the Gardens then and began our sightseeing tour We found
pretty glrl h
by the Eiffel Tower Terry Huemann He was making a
of the Tower He has one difficulty every time he sees a
knocks it over trying to t1p his hat' Paris is full Of
so Terry's been working on it for ten years now I don't
says the work is very interesting' Vive la Toothpicks'
On the way, we decided to go back to ner hotel to see about any mes
saves We dld so, and there she was very pleased to see a new doorman
Delores Stephoni It seems that slnce the hotel Ritz had hlred her, busi
ness had doubled No great puzzle' Vive la girls!
An American maid had been contacted for my client It happened to be
lary Ann Huemann, traveling in disguise Mary Ann lS usually known as
nHe man the Lady Terror She wrestles at some of the classiest arenas
A really fatal female! Vive la glrls'
We then went shopping and ran into Mary Jax and LaVonne Hueman They
told my lady that their husbands had started a French branch of a famous
implement business' I think the name was Desota I don't know for sure'
Then we decided to stop at some of the famous Paris women's shops
The first person we encountered was Juanita Voigt, director of the House
ion Juanlta has been using quite a few of the deslgns of that
Vive la love'
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Jim Hunt The rumor is that they work a lot overtime'
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model at the salon was Lois walker recently voted the
of Paxee She has a new campaign manager, some blond
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unacnguntably drawn to the perfume counter The salesllrl was Joanne
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lhe POUHt8lDS of '8PlS are an object of great interest, and tte e
fllllnl hls super Jet water pistol was bill Nalder It' Dart of h1 ac
at the Opera HThe ouncinv f Ba l
spent tne afternoon at the races a d e saw at once tdat the
s d bOOKl6 wa none other than Roger Roll it inn hithe
e made a few investments on the side V1ve la nonev'
saw on tte P8ulHU sheet that the favorlte for t1at day was the
rldden by Conrle Palver on, that famous horse lover The name of her
was HThe 1ar'ne's Hymn Don't ask me why'
We heard by the grapevine that Jackle McGee has started a fabulous
Glitter Palace You all know that Jackie has recently gone 1nto the
Jewelry business V1ve la Diamonds!
A policeman stopped our taxi it turned out to be nArchie Mullenbach
He used to be commissioner but now he's directing traffic, due to a sllgnt
scandal concerning bribery by Jean Staebler, head of an internatlonal
smuggling rin , nThe Redheads Ring Purely circumstantial evldence con
v cted nArchie you see, he's a redhead too
Also high in the civic improvements in Parls is Bob btzke He lures
the sewer rats 1nto the river with his trumpet it drives them mad' His
professional name9 'The Pied Piper of Pa is Vive la rats'
At the customs office we ran into Milo he's been trying to convince
officlals to import LeRoy as a permanent suburb of Parls iis campaign
slogan? You guessed it nLeRoy for Lewison and vice versa Anot er
worried customer was Lorralne Retterath, she's been trving to get offlcials
to lmport her husband to go with her ring Fhere's a silly law barring
We then hurried to an uptown address On the way, under the Arc de
Triomphe, Harlan Bergene showed us his terriflc buslness a hamburger
stand which caters to girls. His product Bergene's Burgers for Boundlng
It started to rain and we ducked into a doorway We were yanked in
side and introduced to a new bu lro s Gert Weydert is a famous halr
stylist 'Weydert's Wavies are internationally famous Next door, Ed
Winkels, the famed toupee maker also has a thriving business, owed chiefly
to the development of a new product, 'Edd1e's Eraser If you're not bald
when you enter, you are when you leave' Gert throws a lot of business his
At the cocktail party we met Philomena Winkels, famed novelist and
lecturer Her latest book is nHow to Win Boys and Influence Professors
She's an 'An student at The University of Paris Vive la brains'
Wayne Mullenbach, the famed Olympic Runner, was another of the guests
He claims his greatest acheivement as a runner is staying a bachelor
Tom Steichen, famed hunter and trapper, has journeyed to Paris for
more vicious game. He may find more than he bargained for! Vive la women!
We left the party early and went to see the famous Notre Dame
Cathedral, then traveled on to the Lourve, where we had heard Janice
Anderson's art showing was being honored. We didn't see Janice, but we did
see Elene Loecher, voted the most brilliant woman in Paris. Elene is also
running for Premier of France! I'm for it! Vive la politics!
She invited us to the theatre that evening and we accepted. The
Grand Opera and Theatre of Paris was buzzing with celebritles. Roger nThe
Sheikn Voigt, known for his rugged profile, was among the first nighters.
His date for the evening was that nLittle Breath of Irelandn, Betty Jo
Hurley. They arrived in her Kelly Green Cadillac Convertible.
The curtain went up and the play began. Joyce Valoer, nThe Helen
Hayes of Parisn, portrays the tragic sweetheart in that ever best seller,
nGone with the Garlic.n The rave notices were t6PP1fiC!
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man s friend Charlie's in the banking business But the hlgh point of
the'evening was the bachelor party of the continental plavboy Tom HCool
He met her while she was a cosmetic demonstrator V1ve la Lipstic '
Our attentlon swung to the band Paul nSmiley Schmitz and Drooping
Dave D ll
ra e were playlng a trombone and tuba duet It wasn't good but it
w s noisy' Ttey're bllled as the 'Melancholv Moo es
we order our meal and are informed that the well known chef, Ron
nSwede's Suzetten Ulven, was to make 1 His reputation asserts nHe can
g e ent
nClub Paree where we encountered nGood Time Charlieu Schneider,
lan chi sel The following dav he was to marry LaDonna Pete,
About that tlme we were visited by the bartender, Don Lewlson He sent
us over a round of his new, world famous drink, 'D n s Double Dynamic
Then the floor show began and our interest was again averted Gert
Frickson ard Catherine Wllliams did a terrific dance routine They are
led with the band as nTwo hutie Kids from Kokomol'
To end the evening, we took a walk in the streets of Paris The Arc
de Frlomphe was aglow and we walked along the Seine River There on the
bank we encountered our artist, Janice, she was painting the city at night
At least she didn't want any llghts, so I guess she wanted it more
authentic But I wouldn't be a bit surprised if an Air Force uniform got
mixed up in the skyline!
And so the busy day ended and my client paid me And now I have de
cided to leave Paris, the city of my birth To say good bye.to the Eiffel
Tower, the Louvre, the Seine, the Rue de la Paix, to the romantic gardens
and sidewalk cafes, to my homeland, and to all the beautiful Mamselles. To
the cathedrals and fountains, to the soft lights and soft nights, to music
and gaietyl Why? Because if this crazy Senior Class decides to stay here,
the only safe place for me is America!
And so I say, Good bye, Good bye! Vive la Francel Vive la girls!
V ve la America! and most of all, VIVE LA SENIORS
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We, the Senior Class of 1955, being in somewhat sound and questionable
state of mind Kas is possiblel, and acting under fraud, blackmail, and
menace of the faculty, do not wish to leave anything to anybody, but since
we possess so much importance, brains, privileges, good looks, self
confidence, and being the teachers little idols, do feel from necessity and
not generosity, that we should share these coveted characteristics
Though we have such enviable qualities and think it is not fair to be
selfish with them Kas you must agreel and also since we know the pupils and
teachers of this institution will mourn upon our graduation, we bequeath
the following to comfort their poor innocent souls.
To Mr. Palm, our superintendent, we will a safe safe and the capture
of the lucky thieves.
To Hr. Hansen, our principal, we will all of our weapons, including
rubber bands and water pistols, that we voluntarily gave to his cherished
To Mr. Froiland we will all of this years dead flies to be disected in
next years biology class.
To Mr. Young we will some nerves of iron for more efficient use when
teaching driver training class.
To Mr. Ostergaard we will a shiny new car that will always start so
you can get to school on time. Not saying the car you have isn't 0.K.
To Hr. Kershaw we will more blackboard space for next years book-
To Hr. McDonald we will two detectives to solve the murder of the
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To Mr Peterson we will some earplugs so he can have complete silence
during history class
To Mrs Hanson we will some unbreakable sewing machine needles and
S O S scouring pads to use for burnt pans
Mrs Smith we will some library books that can find their own way
the library when they get lost
Mr Hoberg we will all of the left over shavings and chips from
our donation to be used for the building of a new addition
the cooks, Mrs Watros and Mrs Walker, we will a senior class next
that doesn't have such an enormous appetite Maybe now the last lucky
line will get something to eat
Joe we will a big heaping carload of warm coal to be put in the
in generous amounts
Mrs Dubinsky we will several efficient messengers to run errands
Now you won't have to work so hard
the school board we will a bill to be passed that will permit more
and later school parties
As individuals we bequeath the following
Now you can draw pretty pictures of all your girls
Richard Battey, will my height to Carol Weydert How do you like
it down here, Carolo
We, Harlan Bergene and Larry Seidel, will our curly looks to Mary
Catherine Dvorak. No need for any 'Klnki Kurl permanents now
I, Joanne Blaser, will my late hours at night to Theresa Landherr
You won't need any sleeping pills now, Theresa
David Dralle, will my big booming b
I, David Dralle, will my big bomming voice to LaDonna Hueman Careful
now, or the teachers will hear you.
, Marvin Ellingson and Terry Huemann, will our quietness and shyness
to Jen Theobald. Kind of hard not to talkso much, isn't it?
We, Gertrude Erickson and Catherine Williams, will our extra extra
curricular activities at Rose Creek to Paul Reinhartz Lug, it really is
a nice town
We, Connie Halverson and Lorraine Retterath, will our love for licking
stamps for special delivery to certain places to Sharon Wead You really
won't mind the taste when you know its going to someone special
I, Rosella Fasbender, will my jolly disposition to Arvid Neus Don't
wear it out
We, Darlene Hanson and LaDonna Pederson, will our special interest in
Egrgain senior boys to Louise Rauen Take it easy on them next year,
I, Mary Ann Huemann, will my long study hours during the night to
Bette Schissel Cheer up Bette, now you can get straight A's
We, LaVonne Hueman and Jackie McGee, will our sparkling diamonds to
Lucille Krlz Sorry to say, but the men don't come with them You'll have
to get busy and hook your own
I, Jim Hunt, will my skill for playing the piano to Chuck Watros New
Chuck, don't put Liberaee out of business
I, Betty Jo Hurley, will my liking of figures to Steve Ulwelling
Incidentally, I mean bookkeeping
I, Mary Jax, will my special interest in Groucho Marx's program, 'You
Bet Your Life' to Loren Nelson. By the way, it's sponsored by the friendly
DeSota and Plymouth dealers
I, Lawrence King, being a genius, will this ability to Warren Bee
Don't get discouraged if you are not as smart as I am
Dorothy Landherr, will my corny giggle to Allan Monson Use it
wisely, as I have done
, Donald Lewison, will every one of my cute little freckles to Nancy
Dralle There is always room for one more
We, Roger Voigt and Milo Lewison, will our romantic evenings at LeRoy
to Nadine McGee They're very enjoyable, aren't they?
We, Elene Loecher and Juanita Voigt, will our strong dislike for
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I, Janice N. Anderson, will my artistic ability to Virgil Sorenson.
school to Robert Hueman. It's just Egg much work, isn't lt?
MarliI,URSchard Mullenbach, will all my rubber bands and spit balls to
s n erdahl. A word from the wise, Shoot them only when the teacher's
back is turned."
I. Wayne Mullenbach, will my love for playing football to Allan Low-
lson. Make Sure YOU don't end up at the bottom of the pile or you might
I, Conrad Schaefer, will my famous undefeated Tiger football team to
Edward Harter. Be especially careful so you don't strain yourself.
I, Thomas Schissel, will my snazzy convertible to William Kellner It
really dazzles the girls, Bill '
I, Paul Schmitz, will m nickname 'Smiley' to Jerome Kirtz You'll
ave to live up to my motto, Just grin and bear 1t"'
We, Ronald Ulven and Charles Schneider, will our exceptionally grace
ful dancing to Janice L Anderson You are guaranteed no more embarrassing
moments stepping on your partners toes
I, Jean Staebler, will my zip and ever ready pep to Bob Valder Now
you can make a touch down in nothing flat
We, Edward Winkels and Thomas Steichen, will our bashfulness to Bar
bara King Now, down girl'
I, Delores Stephonl, will my shiny black hair to Cleo Smith The boys
don't like blond hair anyway
I Philomena Winkels, will my sweet personality to Rapheal Freund
always wins success
I, Robert Utzke, will my trumpet to Ronald Goergen Now you can ser
enade the girls, Ronnie
I, Joyce Valder, will my debating ability to Madeline Steins Now
don't argue with me because I'm always right
I, Roger whitney, will my real gone stories, jokes, and habit of bet
ting to Sharon Madson I hope I don't meet you at the pen
I, Lois walker, will my liking for going up north to Morton Kellogg
If you're going my way, I'll give you a lift some night
I Gertrude Weydert, will my long long hair to Barbara Mullenbach
You'll have to hire a halr dresser now, Barb
I william Valder, will my excellent report card to Peggy Voigt
will really make your folks happy
I, Eugene Winkels, w ll my beauty naps in class to Kathleen Hurley
It's a good way to catch up on your beauty rest
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Gary Underdahl, Luvern Hanson, Neal Jacobson, Jackie Caquelin.
Second row: Mr. McDonald, Judy Himebaugh, Duane Wigham, Jerry Fisk, Orville
Scheffal, Donna K. Faust, Wayne Underdahl.
First row: Bruce Lunde, Lyle Williams, Robert Osmundson, Donald Wood, Chuck
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Second row: Jean Juliffs, JoAnn Madsen, Lenore Coleman, Rose Ann Wold,
Doris Heinzerling, Avis Smith, Jean Kenyon, Robert Thompson, Norma Badker.
First row: Ronald Mickelson, Charles Kiefer, Robert Hanson, Sheldon Gee,
Jack Wood, Meridee Larson.
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Row one: James Brandau, Curtis Hatle, Ronald Carter, Loren Unaerdahl.
Row two: Loyola Rubin, Kay Watros, Jon Shaw, David Boe, Betty Ann
Wiste, Paulette Knutson.
Row three: LaVonne Smith, David Prescott, Naomi Young, Daryl Dubinsky,
Connie Nelson, Roger Weness, Dennis Wood, Arden Neus.
Row four: Terry Wood, Keith Knight, Karen Weness, Diane Prescott,
Terry Allen, Do"ld Julifs, Karen Lewison, Dianne Lunde, Mrs. Jensen.
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Standing: Beverly Thompson, Nylene Larson, Diane Sathre, Joyce Wigham,
Maxine Heinzerling, Mardel Knight, Janes Allen, Harold
Osmundson, Allen Huseby, Darrel Gordon, Charles wead, Miss
Row one: Paul Knapp, Diane Osmundson, Robert Underdahl,
Row two: David Hatle, Sharon Hodson, Donalee wood,
Row three: Erlin weness, Jack Brechtel, Harry Shaw,
Row four: David Eoyu , James Osmundson, David Weness.
Ercnt new-,wnald rrefcott, Veritt Eercene, ieniy Lanf r, 'erle Vnapo,
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Sitting-Curtis garter, Karen Coleman, Janice Eendricxson, Linda Csmund
son, maven Fcneffel, Donald Grace, Gloria Hatie, Imogene Hanson,
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Ulwelling, Robert Utzke, James Hunt, Carl Arvold, Michael Valder, Conrad
Schaefer, Larry Seidel, Warren Boe, Mike Schmitz, Paul Steichen, Gerald
Osmundson, Allan Schaefer.
Third Row: Morton Kellogg, Arvid Neus, Paul Schmitz, Bob Valder, Joanne
Blaser, Delores Stephoni, Mary C. Dvorak, Louise Rauen, Norma Battey,
Elaine Schwerin, Janet Osmundson, Carol Weydert, Allan Lewison.
Second Row: Mary Jax, Nancy Dralle, Shirley Himebaunh, Lucille Kriz,
Sharon Wead, Gertrude Weydert, Joyce Valder, Janice N. Anderson, Janice
L. Anderson, Gertrude Erickson, Darlene Hanson, LaDonna Pederson, Connie
Halverson, Elene Loecher, Mideline Steines, Mary Reinartz.
Front Row: Mr. Young, Karen Lunde, Sharon Heimer, Juanita Voiqy, Jean
Staebler, Lois Walker, Barbara Ulwelling, Philomena Winkels, Charlotte
Erickson, Sharon Fisk, Mary Ann King, Genevieve Schritz, Lucille Hass,
Agnes Harter, Margaret Hodson, Mary J. Dvorak.
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Back row: Elene Loecher, Connie Halverson, Delores Stephoni, Carol Weydert,
Janet Osmundson, Elaine Schwerin, Madeline Steines, Gertrude Weydert, Dor-
othy Landherr, Janice N. Anderson, Philomena Winkels.
Third row: Lorraine Retterath, Roselle Fasbender, Mary J. Dvorak, Mary Ann
Reinartz, Genevieve Schmitz, Mary Ann Steines, Viola Winkels, Barbara
Ulwelling, Margaret Hodson, Shirley Himebaugh, Lucille Kriz, Janice L.
Second row: Lucille Hass, LaDonna Pederson, Darlene Hanson, Charlotte
Erickson, Norma Battey, Gertrude Erickson, Joanne Blaser, Mary Ann Huemann.
Mary C. Dvorak, Juanita Voigt, Sharon Heimer, Sharon Wead.
First row: Mr. Young, Louise Rauen, Sharon Fisk, Agnes Harter, Mary Ann
King, Joyce Valder, Lois Walker, Jean Staebler, Nancy Dralle, Mary Jax.
Vice President....Jean Staebler
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Janice N. Anderson Paul Steichen
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Mary Ann Steines
Janice L. Anderson
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Joyce Valder Lyle Williams
Secretary...Pau1 Sch itz
Treasurer...Janice N, Anderson
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Front row Edward Barter, Jack Wood, Darlene Hanson, Larry Seidel, Jean
Staebler, Mr Froiland, Advisor
Larry Seidel, President, Jean Staebler, Vice President, Darlene Hanson,
Secretary, Edward Harter, Treasurer
French Horn Trio Saxophone Quartet
Jertrude Erickson, Nadine McGee, Elene Loecher, Madeline Steines,
Janlce L Anderson Arvid Neus, Nancy Dralle
Charlotte Erickson, Norma Battey,
Elene Loecher, GOPtPUd0 Ericksvnf Dave Drslle, Steve U'wel1ing, Gert Erickson.
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Third row: Lucille Kriz, Theresa Landherr, Barbara Mullenbach, Mary C.
Dvorak, Betty Ann Brewer, Karen Lunde, Marcella Merten, Mary Ann King,
Carmen Wilson, Janice Kellner, Mary Badker.
Second row: Nadine McGee, Barbara King. Philomena Winkels. Sharon Weed,
Sharon Heimer, Agnes Harter, Mary Ann Reinartz, Genevieve Schmitz, Mary Ann
Steines, Lucille Hass, Norma Battey.
First row: Mrs. Hanson, Advisor, Gertrude Weydert, Jen Theobald, Sharon
Fisk, Madeline Staines.
President, Gertrude Veydertg Vice President, Jen Theobaldg Secretary,
Sharon Fiskg Treasurer, Madeline Staines.
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Back row: Richard Goergen, Donald H. Smith, Terry Huemann, Paul Reinartz,
Kenneth Gilgenbach, Lloyd Loecher, Jerome Shurson, David Anderson, Dean
Heinzerling, Steve Ulwelling.
Third row: Arvid Neus, Paul Winkels, Larry Hanson, Herbert Merten, David
Smith, Bob Utzke, Virgil Sorenson.
Second row: James Ulwelling, Marvin Smith, Harlan Smith, Eugene Kloeckner,
Delbert Voigt, John Koenigs, Albert Smith, Bud King, Ronald Goergen.
First row: Mr. Hoberg, Advisor, Paul Schmitz, Jim Theobald, Richard Mullen-
bach, Larry Seidel, Wayne Mullenbach, Morton Kellogg.
Richard Mullenbachg Treasurer
Sentinel, Jim Theobald.
Back row: Carl Arvold, Alan Schaefer, Warren Boe, Ronnie Ulven, Paul
Steichen, Larry Seidel, Steve Ulwelling, Mr. Peterson, Advisor, Nadine Mc-
Gee, Nancy Dralle, Joyce Valder, Elena Loecher, Bette Schissel, Sharon
Front row: Nita Voigt, Janice N. Anderson, Mike Valder, Betty Ann Brewer,
Madeline Staines, Louise Rauen.
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J Valder Larry Seidel, Mr. P6t8PS0nn Advisor' Betty Ann Brewer' Mike
Valder, Alan Schaefer.
Standing Cleo Smith, Mrs Smith, Advisor, Jackie McGee, Sharon Fisk, Mary
C Dvorak, Mary Badker, Theresa Landherr, uharlotte Erickson, Betty Ann
Brewer, Barbara Ulwelling, Bonnie Gordon
Sitting Gertrude Erickson, Barbara Mullenbach
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Sitting: Bette Schissel.
Assistant Ed1tor...Gert Erickson
Art Ed1tor...Jan1ce N. Anderson
Subscription Ed1tor...Jackie McGee
Sports Editor...Conn1e Schaefer
October 8 is a day we will remember long for two reasons It was our
Homecoming and it rained The latter ruled the occasion The evening
preceding homecoming was ruined when rain forced the postponement of the
bonfire, pep fest, and snake dance
Up to this evening the names of Homecoming Royalty had been kept sec
ret When the announcement was made, we found out that Connie Halverson
was our queen and Wayne Mullenbach our king Attendants to the queen were
Jean Staeb er, Elene Loecher, Gertrude Weydert, and Joyce Valder
Friday evening began with a parade from school to the athletic field
Music, floats, and all the color of a parade was watched by a responsive
And then the game with LeRoy began There was mud everywhere, but we
won 7 0 Saturday evening the Homecoming party and Coronation was held
Then it was over, and we were left with many memories
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a day they havn't forgotten yet They were notified in advance of the
horrors to come
They showed up early in the morning We all looked for them cou1dn't
miss them, they looked a fright
All day long they carried books and felt abused Seventh period ended
the day of odd looking people We planned an assembly program which in
eluded raw eggs, chile powder, instant shave, molasses, and a real mess
They trooped home tired and with a renewed bad opinion of seniors
To create a better impression of high school and upper classmen we
gave a party in honor of the freshmen the next evening The costu h,
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Julie Hellborn, the mother Joyce Valder
Tom Wellborn, her son Edward Winkels
Charley Wellborn, her other son .Lawrence King
Myron Ashton, an actor Donald Lewison
Cookie Merrit, a truck driver Gertrude Erickson
Marge Nelson, a roomer Elene Loecher
Mickey Barrett, Charley's helper Lois Walker
Uncle Seymour, an outdoorsman
Mr Tatum, a real estate agent
Louise Tatum, his daughter
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Back row: David Dralle, Lynn Webber, Bob Valder, Paul Schmitz, Paul Rein-
artz, Loren Nelson, Bill Valder, Charles Watros, Warren Boe, Duane Bustad,
Third row: Allen Monson, Jerome Kirtz, Milo Lewison, Bob Hueman, Larry
Seidel, Richard Battey, Ronnie Ulven, Conrad Schaefer, Edward Harter.
Second row: Raphael Freund, Morton Kellogg, Paul Winkels, Lawrence King,
Donald Lewison, Wayne Mullenbach, Ronald Goergen.
First row: Tom Schissel, Charles Schneider.
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Letterman Returning in 1955.
Warren Boe, Lynn Webber, Jerome Kirtz, Bob Hueman, Bob Valder, Raphael
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Uinkels, Duane Busted, Ronald Goergen, Mort Kellogg.
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Back row Coach, Mr Froiland, Jerome Kirtz, Chuck Watros, Steve Ulwelling,
Raphael Freund, Larry Seidel, Allan Lewison, Carl Arvold, Manager.
Front row: Bob Valder, Loren Nelson, Milo Lewison, Chuck Schneider, Paul
Reinartz, Don Lewison.
Back row: Wayne Pederson, David Lewison, Allen Schaefer, Lynn Webber,
Donald Winkels, Michael Schmitz, Robert Steichen, Carl Arvold, Larry Han-
son, Coach, Mr. Ostergaard.
Front row: Elmer Schwerin, Michael Valder, John Koenigs, Jim Theobald,
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