Adrian High School - Dragon Yearbook (Adrian, MN)

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4 - - ., 'faq A A .-1 -f Q-'V' I j W A fm ,, ,' ,v ,, ,vs ,,- I V , ,J f , -:L .1 J, I .'. 1. I . a VOLUME II PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF ADRIAN PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL ADRIAN, MINNQYSOTL 1956 "'-.1 if" Qi ": "P' y 1k,f:'s 1 3- ff' ,- I , .5 .f Q. Q -'JY' ,, v , xx -gg., A .S .ff . ,. ' - if ff fa 1 " " wx ' P M ga- ' , , "' J1..!k,j I gmgrff " '- -"'j,- Aaf..i ,g,.g , db ,M fg 2 fl .,1 ,i I.f:5-, F y,VV iLwy,D H, 4 wg, Yfbk DRAGON SECTION EDITOR. . . LMI1. EUEZIY-F4552 I'L'aI'f,Ji:Ifi. D U1 I f' 1 SfQLfEI3'x.'CI-KEN DUESCRIPTIODY. . . ..JUf ADVELYTIFLING . . ...... 1.1, ,C COPY ,QDITOK ...... . . .I ,1VOIfIIf:Q N TYPICLTZ.. ....... . PHOTO 3H,,FE1.',. .M --,,3 ..gJfI.,O.,. . ll Dedication TO TLIE EN XHO GIV OF TPPIR TI 'E AND E.FrORT SO WILLIN LY TO TAI P OUR CCHOOL A P TTI-R PLACE IN MHICH TO STUDY, MORK, XIXO PLAY TO THL D n,N THE SCHOOL BOARD Mn. DO D DICATP OUR YEARBOOK THE 1056 DRAGON OLCVN UuDP1'5r1t nr'D'1t of wool P TNTPC, Presldpni' 'SO 'Ur' of' USLLB NLOF,Tr'e'aQ1rr' 1 'Wirector 2 0 O ,, ., 1. . 1 -, , 1 ,.. . L A .4 . nl . , -,, . ,.. . 1, , w V. U A- x-4 J A 11.4 .1 ., ,. Y, -.., ,-71 ' W 1 V - --- QL in ..-, ,W . , an -n V1 A4 .J " ul- , 3 ' 1 ,Lk 'wif '-v v - - - ---- L. P. .JU 4, X, A , . 9 AD. FC. ' W ,foo . .1 , . IIOLLNL-,.,O, Director - W.. . Q. ,Ari PO.. , Ffecretzaryr H. In AC'- M ' , ,, - G. C. DEI f HR, ect - T. H ,, , v. T -., R S L . Lu 4 . .1 G -RTC AKD 'ti ,.f.1 JA., L I Table of Contents AJVIN3T'iTICN huTIVI I unAS LS AJVnRTIoING .aqua sr I4 9 I5 f I Adrian Methodist Church Rev R E Gebhard Pastor First Baptist Church Rev G E Abbas, Pastor St Adrian Catholic Church Zion Lutheran Church Rev M Glynn, Pastor B R Quanbeck, Pastor 4 Y ts Q fs X, S I 0 wb' n2k'fQ,:?gff ', W Superintendent LEVI F . OLSEN Secretary MRS. GWEN MITCHELL M ff, .xdclminirifra fion ! .4...,- 51, -14,5 'Wil- ' wav V 1 Senior Principal Elementary Principal 'ILLIAL1 A. SCHLLTLQNS EM?-A RADEMACHER MR. J. GLAPA - MUSIC F., 5 1.7 ,, gpg? ,fvr'ic.1l1:ur'e "rs, Holt - Girls Ph Faculty y Ed. F. W-xl-glfv-fv ni wwtrifal mtg "iss 'awmmson - F0219 Tc0n0ff1iCS ,-,U - 'mrfrwf' r. Hlffm - 'l.lTc"1z'Q T' K . -- .1 :T - Q ci-11 f"'4F"1C9 'r'. F'CI'1F'1tf?I'15'7 - 'CLGUCQ T' Z1Um" f5' O Eighth Grade Clara Larson r,,,,,, A A, Seventh Grade Zuma Efademz zhol' ,L Sixth Grade tries Le. 2.1. Fourth Grade Fifth Grade ldre 1 Peter-s Third Grade Second Grade Vellehn -'-inter' Flrst Grade .narah Far-a vher Cafeteria 'N :7 Our Cooks Gertrude Kussman, Lois Poppen Custodlans Their Helpers Frances Roemeling, Deanna Larson, Iva Del Selve, Frances Larson fu ,.. Wayne Owens 8 Roscoe Bickett a A Awxkw ', .5 ,I X k ,VS -, . . 1: I I Q42 . ,E f , n 4 Q Q o XQVXII ' If A Q. Ig' N XV, ur viggfrs- Q mi ACTIVITIE I If :VL . 'm -I at ,. X4 I i, ,..,, QF,'v A "'w..-1 r-"-SNL: l ' The Sweethearts of Adrian High: Janet and Buzzy Hom PA f ,Q , , f . "' ---V-1.1 f 'i5"'w4.5t - 1 '4,. A as-inn v V: ,.'h,,,N,.sxw, I' ' t . .. e,xg1, 111' James Hoogland Amidst a beautiful Japanese Tgepg the royalty went to receive the congratulations of their frlends. Irene Schulz if 3 3 L Q .', ,-, hz' 'V Le Roy Elsing Iva Del Sieve The Homecoming program on the night of October 13, started with the coronation with Janet Grove, Iva Del Sieve and Irene Schulz as candidates for queen. Duane Graf, Le Roy Elsing, and James Hoogland were candidates for king. The music for the procession was supplied by the high school band, directed by Mr. Glapa. The robe bearers-Cynthia Brickson, Sonja Quanbeck, Lowell Bruns and Bernard Mackey-who led, were followed by the prince and princess, Tim Roelofs and Shirley Hieronimusg the mistress of ceremonies,Caro1 Lohseg and the last year's king and queen, Henry Hanson and Beverly Lawrence, now Mrs. Paul Taylor. Next the high school band played nGod of Our Fathers,' and was followed by the sextette composed of Thelma Broesder, Janet Grove, Judy Hanson, 10 Cynthia Stangland, Irene .chulz and Linda wcheltens who sang "Lavender Blue" and "g5ometninr's Eotta Give". The band then played the HJe molay march , and newoy Llsinv sang "Suddenly There's a Valley". 'larol cave a short talk, told a few jokes, which everyone enjoyel and then introduced two of the eveninn's speakers, Mr. Olsen and Mr. Zahorsky. Mr. Olsen spoke briefly and hr. Lahorsky introduced the football players. Suspense was the key word while the candidates and audience waited for the news of the king and queen choices. Beverly and Henry were introduced and respond- ed with short speeches. Then the mysterious envelope containing the candidate choices was opened. Janet Grove was crowned homecoming Queen by Henry, and Duane Graf was crowned Kina by Beverly. The audience responded with a rollickinr ovation as the new royalty A great many expressed appreciation for the honor given them. The new King and Queen led the recessional. Next came the oonfire contributed cy the freshman. ine fire lit up led yells. the sky brillantly wfile the cheerleaders lhen the snake dance, led by Gordon ooldt, began. After the snake dance, wh cn stopped trzfyic uptown and formed circles at intersections to do cheers, came the movie at the local theater, students and alumni joined in the celebra- tion. The next night the Homecoming name and dance took place. The Adrian Dragons played Fdcerton Dutchman who outscored Adrian by S3 to l2. Ednerton was undefeated this season. Duane Graf and Morris Hoelofs scored Adr1an's two touchdowns. Howard dropped a pass to miss a touchdown. Durina the half time the king, queen and the attendants were driven once around the foot-ball field in a convertible. After Lhe game the dance wss rium with Arlen Steen's Orghegtpg a very larre crowd enjoyel dgpgin TY the sophomores in a beautiful J .ne tradition of Pomeggufup M33 f9'PS, but each time it comes u-fferent to the people who f it - ,Vo held at the andito- furnishinf the nuslv. in CHQ fym decorated apanose Tarden theme. beer carrie- on for it is new, v'vid and 't 2 J take part in f . wgggi L? 1 fees Q? fb Q - M at ' if ,ap . 3322 :ft J 5293 ssxuj QS . Gr gfv i .X ' 'i 'X L15 ,sypfnzt Homecoming T, . lr'-' ws 55 ,J EA eg 1 3 yn: r ,Y J "9 t ,E N232 NXQWJ ,'uX'l 3 XA J M. X--I tb ,ssgtgifg N 'GQ 3 Q1-SX ,Q blyjs 2 lj .T Ta TQ 'W X552 KD 5 Ygllb ,153 rs 'fe fi V Senior , , NP" ln older brother tried to keep up his work as an archetect and tend to the household duties for his three younger sisters and brother in the three-act comedy, Qrother Goose, that was presented by the Adrian High fTcho'6l-Tfenlors . - The older brother, Jeff,"Brother Goose,U was played by Gordon Foldt, and the younger brother, Wes, was Le Roy Elsing with Janet Grove and Varlene Weinders as the sisters, Hyacinth and Carol. Helen, the last in a long line of housekeepers, was played by Lavonne Waterman. Carol Lohse played Peggy Winkel, the young woman who stepped in and saved the situation, and Deanna Larson played Lenore Hudson whose million-dollar inheritance gave her some new ideas. Eve Mason, Whose family had just moved from the South, captured the heart of Wes. Eve was played by Frances Roemeling, and her negro maid, Sarah, was played by Carol Fpoelstra. Frances Larson played Mrs. Trimmer, a determined woman who had some of her own ideas about architecture, and Duane Graf played a truck driver who found himself in the midst of a plot set by ten-year-old Hyacinth, the little sister. with this interesting combination of characters the seniors gave three entertaining performances. Ronald Schulz and Richard Peters were stage managers with David Birkestrand, James Hoogland, Clarence Bauer, Bill Bierman, Kenneth Elsing, Tom Gunderson, Francis Lupkes, Melvin Wagner and Edward Tholen as the stage crew. Lighting was in charge of Neil Duwenhoeggerg Ilene Rust and LaVonne Waterman were prompters, and publicity was in charge of Melvin Klooster, Harley Ailts, and Gary Hokeness. Business Manager for the play was Iva Del Sieve. Mrs. Jerry Engelkes was the director. 12 Class Play 41-ls usd! Brofher Goose Anhc Sprl g ul my 5 A In larch an all junior cast pres nted NAntic Spring , a comedy one act play, for the contest at Pipestone, and they ave it alon with local declam vinners to ar audience in our school aaditorium on Qpeech Ni ht The play w s iven a ratinv of Nvery oodn in contest Cast members vere Thelma B oesder, Judy Hanson, Irene Schulz, Bob Thom, Dill The play told the story of six verv individual teen aners who were voinn to elebrate the comin of prin by driving out to the country for a picnic The whole day was verv well scheduled by the driver QJudyJ, and she insisted that the re t follow her lG83q, 'Becau e that the way I planned itlu Che encouraved the poetic bent of the younf venius of the group, Robert, CCharlesJ but his daf ended in nock travedy Elbert, her little brother, had a difficult time avoldinv the attentions of Blossom fThelmaD who had recently discovered boys Elbert was Bi l adison Then there was the problem of to zo steady or not vo steady faced by Sam Qhobj and 'wendolyn flrenel when every thing was poinv smooth for them tne picnic plans spoiled thincs The 'happy party went home disgusted with picnlcs, sprinv and each other! A.. mag , il ' 'n 9! 1 z' ' f, fa-w 1- I ,. , .1 I ny 3 FP , I' I Q L T - .e ' - .,' 75 , 3 I - . . ' ' s I q . 'Q 2 J 3 . - - 5 I A A- A 'A A., Madison and Charles Marston. Mrs. Engelkes directed. " ' v ' ,J ' rn J C' - - Z S 1 J ' . . , 'I n s H ' - ' s 's I, . A 1 1 .7 E , -R, ' 0 1 . . , . 3. 0 A J ' .73 ' Y ' L1 ' , , 4 .3 ' ' I I f, 0 - - O Q 1 7 1 A V -t V - A . - .,. X ie, E xi 3' y L . 6 ' ' ui' Q ' The sly humor of 'ark Twain plus the setting of a t i l h 'W .Y L . , YP ca otel of the Old West uomllnod to make the junior class play,A DOUBLE-EARRELLED DETECTIVE STORY, given wpril 23 and 27. The play began in the New England home of wealth Mrs. Still where she revealed a terrible secret dorferj. Urs. Stillman's maid, Nancy man CThelma Broesderj of her past to her son, Archy CDale Reis- Palmer CDonna Elsingj and a nosy neighbor, Amanda Sink CJudy Hansonj complicated things for her a bit. The second setting of the play was at hotel-tavern was run by a lovely youn and her younger brother, Sammy, fleroy Enningaj. Other residents of Hope Canyon who hel ed 1 th p so ve e mystery of Mrs. Stil1man's secret were Mrs. Hogan fBarbara Hieronimusj, Sadie Smith llrene Schulzl, Nlnjunn Hattie CDavid Laisj, Sheriff Pet Riley fvorris Roelofsj and Ham Sandwich CHoward Olsonb. Jacob Fuller fDonald Rusty was the suspected villain and Fetlock Jones fBi1l Madison! a timid murderer. Flint Buckner, a hard-bitten miner who got the worst of things, was Rob Thom. Four-year-old Barbara Essig became an honorary member of the class t - L o play Yatie, Vrs. Hogan's lost little girl. The play took a final amazing twist with the entrance of the fabulousl f ' y amous Sherlock Holmes CCharles marstony who was out witted b t - y ama eur detective Archy Stillman who possessed Hcertain giftsu that made him a human bloodhoundl Hope Tavern in Hope Canyon, Colorado. The g lady, Rosemary Hillyer CLinda Scheltensj Ralph Gebhard and Billy Elias were stage manager and assistant respectivelyg Grace Huisman was prompter and Cynthia Stangeland was business manager. Mrs. Engelkes was the director. 14 Y' i T' enarlotte Lund, Neil Duwenhoevver, Arlene Renken, he hleen Breuer, Lavonne Waterman, Carol Lohse, Carol Spoelstra, Tnelma Broesaer Future Homemakers of America 639i Bacv row, left to i bt I one sonulz, secretary, Carol Spoelstra I Patsy Tweet, pre iuent Wrerces Larson,Thelma Broesder,v president, Nerlere Ieinders H , urace uismsn, treasurer, Margaret Birkestrend, Frances Roemelinc, Deanna Larson, Piss Maznusson, Ive Del sieve Donna nlsinp, reporter, Barbara Hieronimus, and, not shown, Ardie Birkestrerd, parlimentarian 15 E U' 1 Q 1 '4 OHV 1 ' . e , - ' E - I I i 1 Q ,X ,zgwl ' 7 P 'Wi4fsf55f5fN?t' ' ff f 4 1, kV?K QITW be , ,QA , PK .. 1 n " Cyn . ..l . .,,.i , U' ,'1J , Q 1, uf.. Q , v5 1 -X4 . 'Cx r ' ' . ' 1 , 1+, -- w. 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Jvif VIN Ffursen, JQ l:k.nofv, ,hir L , L' f, Lin'h Schcltcns, Iv: je- ?eiJ,, Q N.. ?3th-:, , T dy YA .J s W ' T: ,'Sy T7 Bt ' ' 1L'b 1 "3, T ', 9 I ,n,linW, W, M, I3Af,,, . V, ' ffm, , ,H flslni, 'Q1 HQ fic? ,iL 9, Zxrol loifc, H3 rlet Yiwkel, .L' , Iuisman, Qqrquret ?lf2oPtrJnd, xJTiP Tlriwv, UJncQ mlc?ott, third row: Judy T34 d', Fl,lmq Hrcvnu. , 3oTctWj .Hn WTCJGT, 'rice VJ1,P, Ilene 'Jrt, in 1 Lula, Suni'u CJ? , , ei MCLLl,, fall ':Ho1tfn:, nAT7i,M T-wr r, X' 'F OG- J' LL'5' no args. list row: if 1 rd ride, L1lbh Teklqrd, 1. Mols' 1 E vJ.d N S L, Hof 'liln , Ch 1 C3 Ld?ftQn, , 9,. H lit, ' FFJf, I bpd F L X' 1' m Mndisfd, T "' Flrkcstr ii, Mol, t 1:1535 . ' Ebeli i, 1' ' . f '2U. '. Ir. f, V C 'f' ' 9 x 1 A fI'r"' Dt 'JJ F12 , gf, J? 'HZ F V Declom Front Row Janet Grove, Dorothy Ann Breuer' Back Row LeRoy Elsing, Gail Schelte-ns, Sharlyn Around The School 41... .154 17 74 X I I Q ! 1 4' ' . if Wolf, Rallah Madison. ' n U 1 1 Delbert Gonnerman Arthur Bortz, Back Jerrv wiese, Ronnie Breuer ! Howard Olson Roger Poppen iiiiy 18 .asia Glenn Sell, Joel Stangeland, Dale Mac Runnels Richard Smith, James Gebhard, Daryl Buss mw figs: ra Gary Obele Adrian Adrian Adrian Adrian Adrian Adrian Adrian James HO0gland Ronald Schulz WNW! Magnolia M2 H1113 Su Ellsworth lh Round Lake 35 Brewster M8 Edgerton 53 Beaver Creek E2 Morris Roelofs working! its me Football Kenneth Elsing Back Row, Cleft to right J. W. Gonnerman, W. Kuhnau, G. Olson, E. M. Mc Runnels H. Schulz, C. Graf, L. Hoogland, H. Elsing., Cfront rowj J. Reisdorfer, I. Lupkes Dale Reisdorfer Richard Peters Starlighters Master of Ceremonies Duane Graf J Mesdames R. Sell W. Roelofs, F. Obele Left to right: Judy Laikola, GailScheltens, 2 , Carolyn Elias, HV Rolly Madison. Pa ,X , Left to right: Mr. G.F. Glapa, Dorothy Breuer, LindaScheltens, Rolly Madison. Quarfehes f'Nl Band Back row: helsn Homan, Frances Roemelinq, Wanda Larson, Nancy Sailor, Charlotte Lund,JuaneGraf, Arvid Ebeling, Mr.Glapa, second row:GailScheltens, Carolyn Elias, Holly Mad- ison, Sharolyn Wolf, Judy Laikola,John Brandt,5teve Nelson, Tom Lohse,Gaylord Thom,Ronald Breuer,Gordon Boldt, Charles Marston, Billy Elias, RobertViess- man, third row: Dorothy Breuer, Linda Scheltens, Deanna Larson, Judy Han- son, WendellP1eper, Janet Grove, Judy Brandt, Jane Hokeness,Art Bortz,Howard Olson,LeRoy Llsing,fourth row: Grace Bauer, Judy Mitchell, Cynthia Stanae- land,Bob Thom, Dale Reis- dorfer. Left to right: Bob Thom, Charles Marston, Dale Reisdorfer, back row, Arvid Ebeling. al IKGQQQA 'QA v-'fy f 'V gs! , Twlrlers .,. ,, ,L P3 ? FW if -, ,,,- Left to right: Carolyn Elias, Charlotte Lund, Gail Scneltens, Nancy Sailor, Jane Hokeness, Dorothy Breuer, Janet Grove, Nancy Eshleman. Trio Left to right: Howard Olson, Bob Thom, Dale Reisdorfer. L..- Q an Y 521 ' N 1- .,J1'.f-J.-iaiL'nMa5'KF'm - Q aik,:'f':1Sf.'ix,'Qv My Z1 A2 Basketball Opgonent Home Edgerton 0 o 39a 0 o 057 Magnolia . . 31. . . .59 Chandler . . M5 .... S6 Beaver Creek M2 .... 63 Hills .... 63 .... 61 Ellsworth. . M9 .... 67 Brewster . . 38 .... M7 Heron Lake . 61 .... MS Edgerton . . M6 .... M7 Beaver Creek M9 .... 69 Round Lake Q 38a o 1 050 Ellsworth. . 38. . . .50 Brewster . . MO. . . .59 Chandler . . AB. . . .59 Hillso n o 0 380 A Q :SS Heron Lake 0 670 Q o 059 Magnolia 4 o Mus o o .72 feud F' F5 Am . : . 1133" 2 2 tl, :BBW Back row, left to right: Dale Reisdofer, Bill Madison, Charles Marston, Coach, Mr. Zahorsky, Gordon Bo1dt,Ne11 Duwenhoegger and Richard Peters. Front row, Left to Right: Gary Hokeness, Duane Graf, Gary Obele, Harley Ailts, Roger Poppen and Howard Olson. iilnk!! iii!!! Ogponent Home hdggerton o o 200 0 0 Magnolia . . 20 .... 21 Chandler . . 52 .... 28 Beaver Creek no .... M1 Hills ...Q M8 ...- 32 Ellsworth. . 32 .... 21 Brewster . . 36 .... 21 Heron Lake . MO .... 22 Edgerton . . 15 .... 27 Beaver Creek 23. . . .BU ROU.r1d Lake 0 33. 0 0 027 Ellsworth. . BU. . . .19 Brewster e Q 38u o Q 027 Chandler . . 23. . . .26 A o s 1.1.80 s 0 .17 Heron Lake . h2. . . .30 Magnolia. s 0,-Loo Q o 027 Ne TW' FN J J V ffl' 1,21 fun' T? M 7? I , Jf fi f , '..-+- Y'-vw, 1-P+ Ln T.:-A+. -xv-L:-Uv. ':,,wL-,, 1 1 1 G56 . ivvf-5 , XJ 5515 r, Y ' V ff , 1 Jxla 'Xi'Q1,'X' s.-4 I A .5 'SEQ ' x.f 33, . ., ,., more ul ...' ..f. ,. u. A -..M 2 own Fell, 7oach,XrtHur jakor"f, 'e,hfWh mcnneriwn, iono14 'ref0r, fhilip Uohlvr. w1TFf row, left to r1rEt: Conn fcnns, fokort Voe:f1ii', ' ' ozerf, Hirlio 'nrkuf, Fohn jranit anT'. ' if Basketball Baseball , . J 1 3 V' ' 1 vf.-svMff4:-fivwuv-4'--M-m-M.,-, o X Kenneth Sieve W, ' 'f 6 4 3214, ' Y ,, 4 ajgfz-1? 1 ' ,Q ' R fl 5 ew -: f L J .M I f. Q Jj- . . 1 5 wr. . QE'f1, . Y L 4 wf F 2 . X X, .. , f- 1 of . Q , o o A Q David Lais 5 VVFL . : PW jqffi 1, x 'VQ:76'jt lx 5 Dale Reisdorfer Tom Leis Lake Wilson Edgerton . Edgerton . Ellsworth. Lake Wilson Ellsworth. Slayton. . Opponent Home O O C O I Q10 . . 6 .... 2 . 5 .... 3 . . M .... 10 . . 5 .... lu . . 1 .... 6 . 7 .... OO Gary Obelo Kung :ar..J v 'flu' xx ?' ? 453.7 , .ur J . .nv 1A 'A v' N ' ""Wgf Jerry ff' , Q ,V .u'. -Hx n .,,. 79' A 4' . 4' UW. 1 5.,...,J,!Q Q Q, I' V , inf . " 4 A swim A kiwmw ,I U v , . rm fr.. f ., - F 4: 5. AQ, I, ? ji 'wi' mnwf?15' fo ,,H, 1 V' ' K i VW 59' md! Jeffers W V59 Neil Duwenhoegger Howard Olson Morris Roelofs Wi :QQ fi L U , 1 I John Brandt, Robert Baumgartner, Alan Honermann, Kenneth Sieve, Wendel Loosbrock Bernird Hgken Baseball 1 f ,If - ' ' X'-Z: .W 29 v K LQ, :fif- ,wdlfl -:Fil .wmv IJ JEL .sire--21' NX -' .f1a:3Ff' .,, .'i'S" -Q5 , N -gw "5'. N I". 1 . 2. 'J Y' ,.,.-5 ag," lx ' X f O.. 4 4 A ' -2 vw :ack row, lwft to riqhtz Carol 'bof1vtrw, Wfwwnw Iafsoi, THQIWQ KTTQFGCT, Charles UETQCOY, 'nfonro Wateriun, 'ill '1iiQon, Janet irove, Qdviwor 'P. Pederson. Front row,lQft to ri'5t: Iwi? KQRSOH, Grace Yuirinn, Ralph Gebhard, Carol Iohre, and Neil Du ',',' enhoefmer. 571 Bus Drivers TY' 4' LFT.Vf4'a' 1 8 ol' ' M., 0 -.uni ,yi 445 Uwe!!! .uf GEORGE ABBAS FL!HEMOmnwm f MIN FN' :nw i MELVI I JONES 'lt- ELMER HOSKIAS WILFORD JOHNSON Z7 WIIBERT NEIS W ,.,,. J X Q , 'vit J zz., f ,,,. ,. . Prom Banquet An 8 Prom mf-24:15-15 Z9 '.1 Mrs, D. C. Pederson Processional Rev. R. E. Gebhard 1 V is 'Q ' Co-Salufaiorians Ilene Rust LeRoy Elsing LeRoy Elsing accompanied by Marie Elsing Baccalaureate Processiona1..............Mrs. D. C. Pederson Invocation.................Rev. R. E. Gebhard Methodist Church Pastor, nGod is Almightyneoococoaseooooocoooosoachoir Foundation.........Aud1ence nThe Church's One Addr-ess - "Pearls or Pebbles?"-Rem Pappadakis Pastor, First Presbyterian Church SoloillllilOUIOOUICUIll.'..l..l..L6Roy Benediction................Rev. R. E. Gebhard Rev. Pappadakis PROCESFIONAL AS' MR. SCHELTENS REV. ABPAS DR. FINN LARSON Valedicforian NEIL DUWENHOEGGER Commencement Processiona1.... Invocation...... NA Perfect Dayn........ Salutatory Mrs. D. C. Pederson JANET GROVE llll0ll0URevl ....Charles Marston LeRoy Elsing Introduct1on.of.gneaier::::::Hm. Scheltens High School Principal Commencement Address.......Dr. Finn Larsen Director of Research Minneapolis Honeywell Regulator Company HI Heard a Forest Pray1ngn.....Janet Grove Valedictory..............Neil Duwenhoegger MR. OLSON Presentation of Class..........L. F. Olsen Presentation of D1plomas.......H. G. Knips President, Goard of Education "Halls of Ivynscoooeaoeocoeoocoeaera-dx-2263 Benedictioneoeeoocoeoouoeocoueee evo as Recessional.... ....Mrs. D. C- Pederson H. G. KNIPS l' 'Z1""' 1 Sw i 5 , 'Kahn ln' W 47 L ca P Lx llff. 1 1.. R . 5 QW' f I ! I f 1 0 A4 qi, 'fb MT L 'S 5 at ,FQ E Q Q61 jf 9 M4 'iam -al bg, I TT" of 4 ' v A 'Yzpa 2 JE, Q Seniors 'S Ailts, Harley SM Bauer, Clarence Bierman, William .f ws i kv Officers President: Carol Lohse Vice-President: Richard Peters Birkestrand, David Boldt, Gordon Duwenhoegger, Neil Elsing, Kenneth Elsing, Le Roy Graf, Duane Grove, Janet Gunderson, Thomas Hokeness, Gary Hoagland, James Klooster, Melvin Larson, Deanna Larson, Frances Lohse Officers Secreiary: Le Roy Elsing Treasurer: Frances Larson , Carol pg Lupkes, Francis Seniors '4 S- i... S- 'R N Meinders, Marlene Schu Spoelstra, Carol QS A Peters, Richard Roemeling, Frances Seniors HLearn to make the most of life, Lose no happy day. Time will never bring thee back Chance s swept away." Rust, Ilene lz, Ronald Sieve, Iva Del Tholen, Edward Wagner, Melvin S Waterman, LaVonne Gif? Birkestrand, Ardis Elsing, Donna 'Q' eronimus, Barbara Marston, Charles Rusfr Donald "2-s Junlors vf Q! K' Birkestrand, B1'06Sd6I', Elias Thelma Billy Targaret rf-vgv Offlcers AP' Presldent Judy Hanson .,1,. Vuce President Cynihla Siangeland Secretary mnninga Le Rov Irene Schulz Gebhafd, Hanson, Ralnh Thelma Broesder of Huisman, Grace Judith 11913, Madison, David B111 M l' x41 Olson, Howard Dale 1 hulz, Linda Jean Irene 37 Roelofs Morris E ..,.... Thom, Robert O f X C Y If ff , H ' 6 3 j . z V A f V s 1. ' - . . 1 Q Z V I Y-nl " Treasurer: ' 'err A f 1 K 3, Q, ' gp, K n I 7 Nd Hi . I-W r if l I 4' ' Q s l X D- Sophomores Breuer, or-othy 5-7' Brandt, John Elde, Richard Haken, Bernard Homan, Ielen Johnson, Allan Lawrence, ronald nais, Thomas l A.. ,T -vu x Breuer, Kathleen Dale, Annette Enninga, Burdell Hokeness, Jane honermann, Alan Koens, John nienau, La Donna Q Q 'P' W V ,N ' ,, fi Q we - 5 x u . Qin , 1 na, ? J ' J J' 1-nh? ,Q ::" igmy f '5?M Q TW if . , N . n 1 4 any M in In JV' an ' Jragkxv rl fi! W I :ZS f . - . 1 R Madison, Rallah Obele Gary X Peters, 3 9 5 LJ Renken, Arlene ,- -1 Lienau, Rayola 'E' Lupkes, Janice Sophomores Officers President Patsy Tvveet Vlce President Gary Obele Secretary John Brandt Treasurer Chadohelund Lund Charlotte 4 f , Spoelstra, Rupp. Donna Van Peursem, Judy Markus, Marian Poppen, Roger eters, 7 Tweet Patsy Ann V nr 7 D A - Y ' ' ' .,- Er 't' . N I s gzmrfgf-,w M fx e I ' . : V , I , . - . : f ' 5 'n ,, . , ' " g P , : A f I vi' Silk XX I P Gerald Dennis mgmgfw, kgyj .J no 5.7 I if - ' , , f If 1. I rv I A .5 . 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W: ds fbwnuv! .Z Back row, left to rigfht Tom Iohqe, Tames Jebharda Philip lohler, Dennie roerke, Ronald Breuer, Delbert Gonnerman, Arthur' Bortz, 'Steve Nelson, Glenn fell, ZSUOPQKY second row,left to riyht Joel Qtanveland, Dale Mac Runnels, Ctephen Rust, Daryl Buse, orris Unnenva, Howard Homan, JGFPY T iese Firet rov, left to rivht, Larry 'ick, Y H6911 Diaper, John Homan, Robert Viese, David De Groot. . , - ' P l l - lf' -4 ' . .4 P4 Q 34 n E ll W, 'E v A 0 , A v .vi b i I 1 Y U ,, . 7 g - - C L " Q 7 ' .1 ' 4 ., ' Q ,G . A A V. .. . A s T , o 1 el o , . D, 3 . " v ,. 3. . , V. . 1 . H - . , 3, l A U l A . h. , . A. M L E ., 3, t -o T ' J 'i Kathleen Qalster.First row left to riQht'Darlene Kuhnav Jo ce 9 ! I , . r. nl , A ,L nf VA J 1' . 0 M03 N 6 EA' H -,V '-ff re- K, ,- xl ' if ,E -J ?g2 I rf . x 'x -r' 1' -1 QQ" 4 : '- - K :' , l rg'- , ,l A 7 , 1 ' K , , 1 , , s V - ' ' '. - -5 4 4 'vii' "' Q - ? N tj 1 , K Y I . 3 5 . 1 .. L ,Y . 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Track lice Pres1dent Vavner, UGlV1D Chorus 9,5,4 Tracx Waterman, Lavonne Annual staff 5,4 Chorus 1,?,5 4 Class Play 5,4 Librarian 0 O I O , O Wls'ni, I Loy ?i S er, Io " lg 1'.a g,l1,N, V a, 35 ...mal Staff ...... S Tand. .......... .L, 'Lnd,, ,,,,,,,, c,3,4 Fund ........ 1,9 5 Kas a ... .... . ,U 1r,,,,,,1,o,3,4 Pogs' 1 . - ..... ..5 Qatketball. ..... , Clafs Ulsj ,,,,,,, ,4 sn 1: ..... .1,Q,5,- F bil ... ...... .4 ol rs 7ecrHt:ry,,,1 Clair Tlay. .... .5,- Clasr Treavurer...2 Cldff Vfpfiifit---1 rf S +, F 1 S F.H.A .... ...l,T Class C1 1 5 j,..4 ' Y"l C 1 3 J 1 est .... 5,4 Sli! F ET an ,iii S1 1 Q , .5 ..A 1" .. ' aanoan 5 Th at V lc we Lb. ...1,2,4 Le ti -f ...... 2 ga-'Wie me 6 4 4--,YT C'nk::A te aauq 4 C1132--55000 seoag l,f2,5 :.OAJl4..:'.. "'. L,,x nl-AQ LUJT e ...e,5 Class Flay- ....... 5 Ae M' """" Sf, 3 . fP ....5,4 71-12 '.?. Ygr .... 5 O L 7 Jld 'A T: ............ .1 Tv? , ...... 5 U ' 1' M ' .dri- 1'fn fem, 2iS?M' ,"'-"-'lah s 1 , I 1 CL s. ......... 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