Albert Lea High School - Tiger (Albert Lea, MN)

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Though he has only been with us a short time, we students and faculty are well acquainted with his likeable personality, his tair consideration for others, his superior judg- ment, his genial humor, and his sincere encour- agement. Already the school is advancing. Superintend- ent Halverson personally publicized all the school performances to the down- town business men. He heartily cheered our ath- letic teams - not from the bleachers, but right from the players' bench- es. Warm applause came from the students when Mr. Halverson gave his approval of moonlight so- cials. I. lohn Halverson is well qualified to be our su- perintendent. His record shows that he was super- intendent at three other schools previously, they are at Excelsior, Chaska, and Ashby. He started his career at Foley, Minneso- ta, as an instructor oi English, mathematics, and science, He was educated at St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota, where he re- ceived his B.A. degree. He later earned his M. A, degree at the University of Minnesota where he has also done further post-graduate work. Y! Division Editors Marilyn Ehrich, Pauline Wayne ,if-al" Though the school year may last only nine m th f on s or the students, Senior High School Principal Leonard Blomquistfs school tasks are year-round, The day after school is out Mr, Blomquist must start planning for the September open- ing. Small duties take up part of his time, such as ordering new supplies His main assi , gn- ment during the vacation months however is to make out the sched l f , , u e o each senior high school student, taking into consideration the students needs and abilities A . . , . . nother great problem for him is writing recommendations and sending credits to our boys in the armed services At graduation particularly there a . , . re many students who come to Principal Blomquist for personal advice, guidance in choosing occupations, and for inf formation about certain colleges, Mr Blomguist has encouraged the organization f l t o new c ubs and activities. For proof, consider that he has organized orchestras, directed a band, coached football, basketball, baseball, declamatory and debate teams, directed class plays, sponsored Hi-Y organiza- tions, and was co-sponsor of the first local Honor Society in Albert Lea. W l . Determining the advancement and policies ot our educational system is the important task ot the board of education. These men l d f ' ' ' ' ' are eecte or their outstanding character superior leadershi hi h - D Q ideals and excellent judgment S E M Gulbrandson Charles Upm L. C E Holmquist Pres1dent I O Peterson Eno Hendrikson Dr Walter Lyon at " g 4 , if . 4 ' 5 . is 1 is V W g .' ll 5 vt , 7 2' . Across IS A C Leeper vtth h1s staff of Jamtors who keep the Albert Lea Sen1or l-hgh School tn a good clean cond1t1on Those ptctured from left to nght are Charles B Ol son A C Leeper Iames B Iensen O E Gucken SOI1 il mmf' sus Mrs Helen Sund school nurse looks after the health of the students By carrymg out many pro1ects such as free Mantoux tests and eye examtnattons Mrs Sund and her department ope to eventually tmprove the healtn standard of the student body Below lS a p cture of Mrs Mabel B Crynes who has complete charge of all the food prepared tn the htgh school cafetena Plan ntng da1ly menus budgetmg rattan potnts and maxntatmng an adequate dtet of v1ta mms m1nerals carbo hydrates etc for the portlon of her dut1es The supenntendent s offtce and the semor htgh school offlce are always scenes of work and act1v1ty Routtne tasks are taken care of by a competent offtce staff under Mtss lrene Ph1l 11ps secretary to Supermtendent Halverson and Mrs l-larr1et Clarks secretary to Leonard Blomqulst semor htgh chool prlnclpal Slx semor gtrls serve as atds to Mrs Harrtet Clarke tn the semor htgh offtce They gtve up one study hall a day to an swer the telephone tssue admtts type nottces deltver notes and run errands Those p1ctured from left to nght are lean M1chael1s Mary lane Petersen Kartn Kallberg Georgta Bygh Nadme Cassel and Ardts Anderson -----any 0 , 1 Y ' . A IL. ' 1 ,-if-F ,Viz ' ' l 1, -fr il I Mr , . . W ' 1 A ' if ' " I f- -N A H l 1 s Q . . , A I 4 . . u , ' ' v' t I . I 4 . . . . ' 'L , , . berg, and Carl I. Ander- students is only a small , , , x A I , . S . . ' 1 5 - N, Q. . J, A s 7 4 : x ' -gs. . ll : V K 7 . ,,-- - 1 I 6 - A '91 Name: Clara Berdan Teaches: Latin Training: Macalester B.A.g University of Michigan MA. 4. ,'?' , Ile' . H 3447 , Q 1: 7 N ., ' .I Hobby: Collecting Books Name: Blanch Bensen Teaches: English 11 Training: St. Olaf College B.A Hobby: Dramatics, Skating Name: Ruth Bauer Teaches: French, Spanish Training: University of Minne- sota B.A. Hobby: Riding, Hiking, Travel Name: Rosella Bargen . M Teaches: Speech ' Training: l'niversity of f R sota us., Im. I Rx 1 ,ali 1 , Hobby: Crackpots I " e 1 ' . , . . 9 4?r..,q"! -f afzyi yl fflf 5 ' .".i . . . I Name. Edith W. Ahlberg Teaches: English 10 Training. I niwersity of Minne sota BA. Hobby: Sewing Minne- Name: Beulah J. Charmley Teaches: Journalism 1, 23 English 11, 12 Training: University of Wiscon- sin B.A., M.A. Hobby: Collecting Indian Baskets Name: Oringa Elstad ' , , 'I'vz1r-hes: Enxllish 112 Tr:1i11i112: St.Ul:1fll.,-X.. I niyeisitx ol' Minnesota, l niwrsity oi XYisc-onsin Nz1n1+1: Mrs. Eleanor Haaland 'l'v:1r'lws: Sovizll Sriviicv 'l'r:1ining: f'C'llll'2il Ccmllvgv ILS.: No1'tl111esle1'11 Viiirersity MA. Hobby: Giving Iivzuliiixxs NZIIXIVI Helene Hansen 'l'ez1c-lies: Girls' l'l1ysi1':1l l':llllt'illi0ll College ILA. Hobby: Al'l'hPI'y, Voin Collvct Name: Alice Gammell 'lk-111-lies: Attelirlaiic-0 and Study Hall Trzxining: I'niversity of Minnesota Hobby: Rezulimz, Antoing Name: William DeBoer ,, Q, Teavhes: VVorlrl History, Business A Xa., i .H Principles 1 - Training: Central College Name: L' J' Emmons I Hobby: Painting, Gardening T931-hpgg Mugiq .3 Training: St. Olaf BA. In P2 Hobby: Hunting! I .4 1 M x Xl 1 Nlillli-'I L. E. Haaland 'l'e:1c'h9s: Pliysics. f'llPIlllSll'y 1111111111111 ht. Ulu! Lollege ISA. Hobby: Cooking T 5,151 ,.., -n Hobby: Rf-znliiiz. VVritin2 1,5 F 'l'rz1ini11i,:: Iowa State 'l'e1:1m-lwix raining: Gustavus Arlolphus arnez Ethel Holteen eaches: I-Inbllish 11 obby: Music Name: Leroy Maas Teac-lies: Physiral linlucation Traininui Sl. Clourl 'I'ear'liei's' College, Ile-niillji 'l't-achers' College Hobby: Sports K BA. Name: Warner Nettleton 'l'eacylie-si Biology Training: Mc-Pherson College Hobby: Rf-nnishing Old Furniture Name: Hazel Nelson Teaches: Bookkeeping Training: Carleton College B.A., Ifniversity of Southern California, University of Colorado Candy Making, Sewing Hobby: V b ll .1-op, nN u' f v 1 f f-7fa.:. ae K 1 5 i fl Hobby: Spanisli ,, w Name: Olive A. Johnson Teaclies: Biology liaininz. Hamline- lll1X Hobby: Hikinz. Knitting u. SKK "' Name: Ruth B. Nelson Teaches: American History .r A Training: St. Olaf College B.A. Mme' 'Va M- '-OY Columbia rmvei-any MA 'feuvhefr SIPIIOEIHIPUP' 1, 2 Hobby: Good nooks Traininu: I'nix'f-rsity of Minne- sota ISS. 913115 BS. Name: Mrs. Ernestine Paulson Team-hes: English 10 '1'1'aining: Minot State Teachers' College HA., l'I1iVE'I'Silj' of Mmnesola Name: Theresa Schermer Hobby: Music -I ' 'l'f-aches: Metal XK'o1'k Tear-hes: Home Iic-ononiic-S ., 'F Name: William Pickavance 'l'i'ziixiin:: St. Cloud Tear-hers' Hobby: Huntinfl, Fishing Name: Mabel Rawlings Teaches: Library 'I'rziining: l'niversiiy of Illinois BLS. Hobby: Cooking, Books , ffif' t ' V 341611, Tniining: l'nix'ei'sity of Minne- n Yxi1inf,JFIorence Schottler 'l'v:ir'lisfs: .Xclxziiir-wi .Xluf No 1 tleoiiivtiy, 'liizoiioiiiv 1. ll Hobby: C1-oss-imiwi Puzzle Name: M. A. Thompson Name: E. F. Wendt Teaches: Glider Construction Advanced XVOodwork Training: St, Clourl Teachers' College Hobby: Huntinz, Fishing Name: Peter Wasche myers .,, . I , rg T I 1 E , - 1, 4 . ii, : ., Z- 1 -an ll Teaches: Agriculture Training: Vniversity-of Minne- sota BS. Hobby: Collecting Seeds. --e?: 'x Teaches: Geometry A Training: Luther College xi Hobby: Golf I " ' xt ,fi , 7 ,fivx ' We I A, gs., l v 14 ' Li' .gg K ,. -if 7 fl Name: Gilbert Svendsen Teaches: Social Science Training: Carleton BA. Hobby: Farming Name: Elsie A. Sebert Teaches: American History Training: Carroll College BA., l'niversity of Southern California MA. Hobby: VVar Scrapbook Name: Ruth Woods Teaches: Typewriting Training: Hamline University B.S., Minnesota School of Business Hobby: Horseback Riding, Hiking 5 . An' '-'Uv ,sa--A . 'fm ffl, 1. 4.2 , X33 ' A ., - 5: 1, ' u - 1 ,. I vw mug D Ji, ,w.,,,' 5 All tv , K. 'wr' . , Q..g 5 .La MQ. ,-3 Lib n ali", . '47, 3 fq 1-agxffw' 'Vx' f .p-ff.-W.. fMf' Q 4, -. ,xc 'qw , "N 1 , xv W bf 1 -A Ho- - Q N- 37' .'i"'..p.1 hi A . ' 'W-, - ,f n -A ,,xn't,',f-X'-1 ff". ia, W N Q' A., hyat .1 ,ls- .ltt ..x..fngxIS. 'S-aff' If- u -.v -9- 'I fkwvi ' 'vp ff A ' ev.. S u dx 'l"r,l" 'f L f' A tv..-.-,V 4 bu. ' ,S 4 Ar, nr A RAC N ...fm ' 4 I ix 'Q wr- O O O xi . . 1rg!i""4 1 . ., o"X W, ,, .fh,.'P'A - U rf ' " rf' Scholastic honors of vale- dictorian and salutatorian 'X 4 were awarded to Florence Kaasa and John Corrigan, respectively. l i 1 , . V vw. V' u ,L Vt.-4,0 If Chosen by the faculty and students as "Good Citizens" of Albert Lea High School, Marilyn Ehrich represented the local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. This is one of the highest honor: which can be bestowed on a sen- ior girl. Qualifications on which they based their choice are: Service, dependability, leadership, and patriotism. Also taken into considera- tion were cooperation, self-control, personality, and courtesy. As an award for her fine work in the school, she attended the state- wide convention held in Minneapolis March 8, 1944. Bef 75 Qxgwv R 1 fzifif bXbQE5'iL""'71'L-"2 v' J . . . . . Represerxtatrves oi xearly all ine trnportant a:t.v1t1es of the sciccl are these students, From tie twenty nommated by the faculty, these '.-:ere acclaimed the best the students. ln :iakmg the selectnxi, scholarship, citizenship, loyalty, servlce, personality, interest in school affairs, respcnslbility cooperation, persever- ance and detoertaalctlrty were all considered. Bob Lartaemo Mary lane Peterson Charles Reed Bob Wultf Bob Tuberty 'P . dv xi l ' Q . 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L-f U HV Lui-1"1l-'11 1: A l.111-ky 1.111111 J: my-11111-11 tl1l1 , L 1 -1 l v,. , Y NESS, JOHN fii iv' r F' JV ll1-Y il: 'I'4r1'1'l1 4'l111- lg 'I'1':u'k l: 'l'11111l-I11114 IL: -rfb 'J 1 'V PETERSON' KENNETH 1'I1i:NI1:::1f l'i'1',N1-11I,1r11111Z1, H1111111 Sm-11-I1 121 1 A H1-X ll Z3 lil-'.,X, 22, .j ' X NIELSEN, SHIRLEY M ll . i Y l RABEN, IVADELL """""""l1"""":"""l"""'K - ll r l1l11'11-1 1'l11l1 l' 4'1"11-1' l1i1"i1-111 1'11' I'1-. 119, 1 tfl , Nzlmlril 'Y . .. 11. . . 1 NORDLAND, FERN K 1 li I - Y, l Nl:11'11 S:111I111flfl11'I Ilv-f1'lX'4f 1. ll Q LV Uf' , ff RADKE, MARGARET A Y' V' AJ ' KJ ' ' S--1'x'11-v 4'l11l1 Z, 35: I.il11':L1'5 1'l11l1 71: G:':1r'1- OLSON, BETTY i Q V V hir-ki1.s1111 Girl Ill-s1'1'x'e's SI. ll 1115-'l :11iil,Ti1'1-iw! li:NK11 UITI lt4'llllll'li.X iT:u'l RAVMAN' RICHARD fi-'11 21: .X l.114'k5 l11'1':1lw I I4'.l4',.X. 1, Lf. Ii: liitI7r11l1:1ll l, LI. 1 '41 'f'fM2f'Q3.'1Qf2e. ROW I: Nelsen, Nelsen, Nelson. 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A5 A' , 1 lvdp ' J - 1 V 1 1 :ty vv- as v a ,- 'OI'- Qu' QW REED CHARLES nllllll lilskft 1 INS I REIMANN MILDRED P9 fllll I 2 Graff DICRIIINOH Plrl RP serus 5 Tlllillillllg 2 REINHARD ARLOWAYNE Fnlvrui from Ollilllla XllIllltNOll 2 Tum ng., lllktlll lx Prf Se-nt.-1 IO lt Q 0 shxon ' ou Till It XX u RINGHAM CHRIS me I " 'I IIIFISIIN is Prf Q01 lon Z H mv r N l lSlllUll .A n Old Iuntuvkx G rdcn l A rkx rs u l T It H1 1 ul ROGGE DOROTHY 66 Il x 41 6 ll' A ill RUHNKE MAXINE t I at PM rxthln RUUD JOHN RYE DORIS 1 P t slr ROW ROW ROW M? :ll -Y N if Xfy ,fl '1' .WWII grill If lg., vs Reed, Reumann Reinhard, Rlngham Rogge Ruhnke Ruud, Rye Rygh Sanders, Sather, Schott Schuhmacher Schuhmacher Schultz RYGH GEORGIA rum 1 I Nun rl 1 n S rua n fl Frmf- Du lllglhll ,lr enum T1 nmhlmg, Clulw 2 SANDERS DOROTHY Pfp Club 1 Nlxru Sanford Glrl Re erxev- 'Z 1 X 1 Junmr fllQNlf'8l Leqgue- " 3 ln Rutledge Gmrl Rfwerx Pi 3 SATHER MILO Honor Socwtx 'K SCHOTT LAVONNE Pntzrod from Amhox High School N I 110 llul 'X Nlxrn Sanford C' r hx rms T llllblllll, lluh 2 SCHUHMACH ER BEATRICE rum I u Ihrlun on Girl lil-sfrus 5 SCHUHMACH ER SHIRLEY vnu: xnelx Ne x c- l NI'1r1l Nnnford Furl lie 91 rw Gr f II 1 SCHULTZ IRENE Sf rx If lrl rd IFN in an .L 8 I if s Ei, Y , Q4 I ., 1 , '.- , an . g , I Q 'X f I 0 ' A - . 1 -,Q 5' ' ' 'N if in I , - ' 4. 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H1 STEPHAN MARIAN Ilhrars Clulw 3 Grace DICRIHSOII Glrl sifrxes 1 Row I scan Seath selmd Rowpl Sheehan Shook spenmah Steele, ste phans Stone ROW Ill enms Tews Thede Thomeson Thompson, Thompson STONE GWENDOLYNN Enters-d from 'Sia.on flu Igv11 'tial Kanflrd Glrl IPKCFXF TENNIS JUNE YY pmrx Gr1rP ckm on f lrl Q- fr Ah La H1 S 2 3 Tlger 5 ulll md Nvroll An Old he-nturkx l lI4'1+'Il K lt Pol Fw rxlhlng 1 Hanwl and Grew-l 1 TEWS LEONA if-rx 160 f lub 1lur'1rx rf 1 ru TH EDE LORRAINE THOMESEN IRVING lm 1 s fo THOMPSON ELIZABETH 1 Nlnrla Smforc f'1r fsfr fQ Q 11 1 Rutlu 1 flrl Ihserus A110141 hfnturkx 1 nrt n THOMPSON HELEN W 1 1: , 1 SV ' 1 2, .5 ' ' j i up Ce . 1 S " ':. 3: . r'a ' ' .' " . S ' S .., , 1' 1 A 1,3 'As 2. , V '. 1 .1 . 1. -F Y . , - .7 HC ' "' ' Z' 3' P'F'A'1' O' 3' Glu Vlull 1, 2. fl: Lil : U' Vlull 23 1: Di' ' S 1' H sl YES1, 2, fi: , I a.,4:" f:Q'z 1i:,. 1 ' js' Ii:.'l's 1 4'-, . 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Il: I-r:1-QA 1111-ki1sf111 flnrl I. -sf-rw-s Il, gy i ' - -1 , WAYNE ROBERT Football 1 2 3 Basketball WEBERG COFIINE Entered from Lake Mills 3 WEIENETH EDNA French Club 3 WENDELL EVELYN WESTLAND DORIS Entered from Lake Nlllle Glrl Reserves 3 WESTLAND DOROTHY Entered from Lake Mills WESTRUM HAROLD WESTRUM KENNETH WESTRUM VILMA French Club 3 1 Tumblxng 3 3 Marla Sanford Band 3 WIGER SALLY Seruce Club 1 3 Pep Club 1 Marla San ford Gxrl Resenes 2 3 GAA 1 2 Ann Rutledge Gxrl Resenes 1 WILLIAMS SHIRLEY QBFVICP Club 2 Glee Club 1 Pep Club 1 Ann Rutledge Glrl Reserwes 1 Hansel and Gretel 1 WOOD BETTY Seruce Club 2 3 xI2if'l8 'Sanford Glrl Re iersee 2 3 French Club 3 Ann Rutledge Girl Reierx es 1 Honor Society 3 WU LFF ROBERT H1 Y i .Iumor Flaswmil League 2 3 Foot bflll 1 2 3 Baeketballl 2 3 Kxttenball 2 Scroll 2 3 Honor Qocxety 3 Student Coun ml 3 A Luckx Break 2 Hou Cant Take It Vhth Xou 3 MORLEY GEORGE eeball 1 2 3 B A A Football 3 HOCk 2 ROW I e Weberg Weneneth Wen ' Westland, Westland West Westrum Westrum g Wulluams, Wood, Wulff Morley 1 5 i 1' ' Y , 1 '. C- I C. I l l 1 . '. , : , : 1 l .' 33 . '- 3: ' 1 ..C - Track 1: 3,3 Ah La Ha 2: 3: Quill and Y I ' na., .,:...3: : - . . ey ,3. I W , , ' - J 'WJ I I - , . : i , I" , , A ,f I N 5 I ffl v.v' " , 4 " ,xj QL' Q lfr-int row Cleft to rightj: Adeline Ilehle. l-'rnnces Arthur, Cleo Christenson. Helen Hick- fni-tl. Ili-lon llrown, Margorie Brown. Phyllis Anderson, Jean Colstrup. limi: two: .lune Bridley, Lois Borland, Shirley Anderson, Doris lionnerup, Beverly Carlson, Glorin lirzidy, Gerald Brown, Robert Claybourne. linw three: Gilina Aldahl, Ruth Ames, Bernice Brand, Robert Bennett, Bill Borland, Duane Anderson, Louis Christenson, Allan Anderson. Row four: Merrill Bennett, Richard Adair, Richard Burnett, Marvin Dergeson, Eugene Chziplin, Robert Berg, Laverne Bjerke, Vincent Callahan. JUNIORS Front row rleft tu rightl: Eileen Deutsr-lnnann, Nannvtte- lJ:irrii,:r:ind, lit-tty Davis, Yo-rlv Fink. Muriun lirif-kson, lietty livenson, Ruth Gotland, Rita Gzirlznnl. Huw two: Mary .lane Gmizuli-s, Nadine lf'lip.:p.:v, Eileen Duffy, Gloria lflinvlt, Geruldimi l-'r:ink- lin, Joy lilziine Sanders, .If-an Dudley. Row three: Marvia Guurfle-r, Fred Esc-herivk, Donzild 1JI'Ollllllf'I'll1lllSt'll. llolwrt l-'ee-Ivy, Ki-nr nt-th lburg, Clyde Garrett, lint Yonne F0llf'l"llPlI'll. Row four: Ilzili- I-Irir-ksmi, Dorntliy Ilzihlt-n, liivhzird Fouiitvrs, .l:ir'k Gillztrd, Alina Davis Annie lmvis, Dorothy lie Hzlzin. .lavk Gardner. 3 . ... tl -nur !....Q ' nv f .,,., K .1 , ,ff if 5""'!5i Arif' - -Q 1 S V.-, W x ' A' ,ek H- . ' if - ,xy ' ,- 5? . -D 2-ff' y f + A. k . N W! 9 it af Rea. 9 JN jr JUNIORS Front row Cleft to rightb: Dorothy XVeiss, Beverly XVayne, Jean Throlson, Faye Westland, Ellen Tveitp, Adeline Tostenson, Nancy Tveit. Row two: Gary Wertz, Germaine Trytten, Ann Throlson. Lorraine Thompson, Donna VValk, Betty VVhalen, Patricia Wright, Marjorie Ulve, Hazel VVhitmore. Row three: Madelyn Wilson, Evedna Valla, Marjorie Turtness, Mary Joyce Tindall, Daryl Van Beek, Luther Waamoen, Roger Weiks, Dexter Schmidt. Row four: Earl Thompson, Marlin Wogstad, Duane Stenseth, VVayne Sweet, John Talle, Bill Westrum. SOPHOMORESI Front row fln-ft to riflhtlz Siizzinm- Ami:-rson, Doris llzirnes, liurhurzt Iilztkes- If-if. Avis lloyd, lillizalwth fqlllllflv, Fo-rn llolinge-r, Ihiiiline lic-fset. Row two: .Izunes lie-rg, Nl:-rvin Vzirlsgziziril, llunnu Vlirislcerixori, lrem- Andi-rson, Marion Illllflvj, Sybil Iglldllhl, l':itIj, liorlariil, Ire-no llrown. Row three: Gordon Asp:-nsnn, Milford lierhow, XV:illa.r'o lierntson, l':iiil Hlll'll0II. XVzirren Fhurlson, l.Ir'1lll'lf'Ff Aslilesmi. Aili-vii Aitvhison, Thomas lilurk. Row four: Donalrl Amlvrsoii, liogrvr Bailey, James l':isey, llill Andrews, John l!:iker, Kermit llvrgiv. Rohr-rt Berg. x 1. 1 A v '40s- .fi x i Q 5 Z . ,- ff-f FD so, M J ' T, -?i X ' X yi I an J Mu Frmit row tleft to righlbi Norm-n Iluhl, Tlivrt-su 1'unninp:hzun, Ilclorcs Ewald, Mziriun Gvorgn-, lflstlwr Eric-kson, Alyvt- Iloyshvr, Yida Mm' l-'lindt, Joan Elie-rli:u'dt, Shirly Iivenson. Row two: Mervil Ifolit-, Slzinlvy lfondzihl, Jzwk Gilhvrt, Fhzlrlcs Gzinihle, Ross Gzinihlt-, Loo Duffy, VV:xym- Feuerholni, Rivhard Grove. Elwin Erdahl. Row three: Roger Fink, Thomas tiaskeson, Donald Franz, John Fritz, Gerald Emmons, Reid Edwards, Rivhard Grunwuld, Earl Dahl. Row four: Jennette Edison, Elnom De Raad, Ina Mae Cole, Betty Gold, Richard Grunwzild, Richard lfreciericksoii, Gerald Flngnm, Beverly Uroninierhausen, Mart-ia Fink, Donna Evenson. SOPHOMORES . Front row fleft to rightj: Rivhurd Hyland, Rivhard XY, Johnson, Myrna Henle, Mildred Jackson, Lois Hanson, La Vonne Hatleli, Marjoriv Johnson, Virginia Hcnry,,Mzihel Ingvaldson. Row two: Robert Jenson, James Hull, Doris Jones, Shirly Keeler, Marion Hill, Betty Hal- vorsori, Ethel Hove, Mum Hardy, Lois Heideman. Row threo: John Johnsrnd, Gerald Gulhrandson, Riehard A. Johnson, Eugene Gukenherg, Richard Jorgensen, Howard Inime, Raymond Johnson, Donald I-Iugen. Row four: Jim Jennor, Henry Johnson, Roger Jenson, John liepple, Jay Hanson, Dale J11- Cohson, Verne Kelly, liif-hard Hanson, Ilorin Johanson. Qu, n. 2 i e ' "i iss' 5. 64 I'ront row fle-ft to rightb: Cliarlt-s Lee, Mary Mavham,-k, Uurtos Matson, Lorraine Kluender, Dorothy Kluvs,-ri, Lloyd Livingston, Sylvia Lanning, Putty Mrllerniott. Row two: Margaret I'. Larson. Joy Means, Ann Loge, Margaret Mcliniry, .Ioan Malmer, Uetty Kruger, .Ianan Kilt-oyne, Jean Korsrnd, Ruth Loge-. Martha Larson. Row thre-ef: Alice Lysine, Tony Kirsch, Milton Kingland, Mztrgurct A. Larson, Richard Lar- son, VVilli:im Lahs, Priscilla Larson. Row fonr: Larry Larson, Alton Krickava, Jack Kortz, Daryl Larson, Maynard Mellang, Eugene Lzuirsen. SOPHOMORES Front row Us-ft to rightjz Eleanor Nelson, Eleanor Neilson, Erma Peterson, Jeannette New- man, Lorraine Petersen. Kenneth Overland. NVarren Olsen. Richard Morris. Row two: ,lean Pr-terson, Harriet Nelson, Betty Overfrazird, .lean Nelson, Andrey Myron, La Vonnf- Mus-ller, Erlis Meyers, Phyllis Parkes, Donna Peterson, Row llll"f'6'I Yi-rnon Nordnnne, .loyve Nelson, Lonita Nelson. Charles Mikelson, John Peter- son, .lninfls Murtziugrh, Vernon Myrland, Gilman Olsen, Ilzirbnra Pederson. Row four: I-Ivelyii Mc-lluni, Hobby Meyers, Marjorie Olsen, Hivhnrd Mikelson, Mervin Mick- :im-lson, Robert Nt-lson, Ili-tty J, Olsen, Avzinalle Olson, Joy Pederson, is 2 I 5 -c- v " A Y. CI wa n nw , vu i 8 4 n 44. l-'rmit row fl:-ft in rigliir: Apxuziilin Sipple-, Lolzi Ryan, ffliilllfl Iii-ynzilmls, lilziinf- Iicmlkvzun, Shirli-5' liuliluins, Ethvl Ri-ifl, Blzirilyn Sore-nson, Huw two: Vurnl Sore-nsnn, Hvrlrf-i'1 Sorensun, H6-lf-n Snyder. Lufrillv Skzinfr, Lloyd Rufus, .lorry Svliwarlz. lim-:uric-O Srhultz. Row ilirw-: Marion Ross. Hvlly R14 ni-n. Iolu Seuth, Dolorvs Slim-i'xx'00d, Alvin Svhultz, Tom Spnllz, liolzin I'm'1e-r, Iiuyinoml l'nslhuin:xs, Pzitricizx Soroiisim. Rviw fuur: .lznnvs Soinnis. Hurlun Iif'lVl?illlZ, Gmini-ue: Qualify, Rolls-rl Rofsliils. Arnold Slud- lwim, I.:iY4-rn+- S11-rn, 1111 Yvrm- I-lyv, Ruhr-rt Hivl-ilwiin. SOPHOMORES Ifrniit row: .Innvl Sli-X'l'liS, .lnsqiliiiiv X':irm-r, Shirlfq' Yzirris-r', .Iuy Swunsmm, Louise- VVL1li'f: .loziii 'l'i1ln-Hy, Imis Sli-plizan, iilnrixi XYfvlillililvi'. Hloriri Swanson, Ilriiwilliy 'l'llUlllIJS4lIl. Him lwn: lh-Ili' lim- 'l':astvns4m, Aliw- Stnrlz. June' Slviniif-l, l,orr:iiiin' 'l'linri,:--smi. Ze-nulriu xx-llfllvll, .lfuin Ymlni.:sli'uni, 1':1tlivi'iiiw- XY4Aip:i-I, Nlurii' XYvip:1l, l-low llirw-3 llngi-1' XV'-stlziiiil, l4'r:inr'ix xVll1'UX, Tum Yule-nI:i. llnnulil '1'nrnl1i1ll, Irs-nv Spring- 1-V, Annu Ye-Ininisili, llnrivlliy Tullifsun, AlHl'L.f1iI'4'l XX'yni:x, livvf-1'l5' S11ll4lL'I'h0ll, XYVVIIUII 'I'r:n'inuk, lion' ff-ur: 111-rzilfl Xk':ilIz, Kwiins-Ili Vive-, Phillip Tvnnis, Ernest Ym-inn, lknxinv XXWA, Vlizirlvs 'I'l1mnpsnn, Truinzin Slui'vir'k. Gurdon '1'liorniisun, Adrian Storvicl-Q. 'A . 1 4, - .Q- , rc 13 - n i .V N, 1, Q J. ,iv .awk ... 414 U-'T k 1- 4-.5 1- :xl-9 S.. , .N al, .f 1 "Nu ,' 4 , . . v an-.3 4 ix aff ., .4 . - Charles Medd Q 1,194 Charles Reed George Ehrhardt Vr- CC Holger Knudsen Rgbeft Wayne Coach C P Reed Q- 49 G Robert Wulll Kermt llalver lol n rlanson The 1943 Football season opened at home wxth Blue Earth as the opposltlon Albert Lea had too much power tor the maroons and pushed over a 13 O w1n Followrng thxs game the Tlgers rolled over Owatonna 20 6 The team was really rolhng now but was stopped short by Mankato loslng by the score of 6 O Mankato was stopped on one of 1lS long marches at the one loot lme Nearly all the reserves were used IH the only afternoon game played at Northtreld They smashed over a 26 0 vxctory . my NR-,V W T t N ,, ' fr K' I 'Qi If - -9 . is-A , ' T .. . ,Q VN , . Akxxi 41072, gi. A T. My " L ' . , , Q- ' I , - ' f L iff-X ' ' ' ri ' ' T ffw' TP? .. T ' ,' ff' I I .Qt '. , 1 -..-tm ,g " f , l thlilgli T ,J I R.. ,fi T r 4' el T . , I " ' A 2 f' .4 U, , N i f ., w x lv , 'A - g A Ap o . T g i f , T - g - I . .I f ' 4 Z '17 ., ., 1-:ft 3. ,NK 8 9 5 -ff ,Na ,mx Aa YD L,.rN ' ww if xs , QF 1 naw. Harold Collins makes ci dive os Bob Tuberty comes up lor the kill. A 5 9, Football develops the mon QD 3 J -L- oss , .asf -06 C0 avsl N -si, aa, 27i,Af-'Ml' ff ' -:sf my V A I as 4 'li' viii "i"'f3oV7t,El """il:: xg-fi Back row tleft to rightjz Bill Borland, Wayne Hanson, Bob Vk'nlff, George Morley, Holger Knud- sen, and Jack Hanson. Third row: George I-lhrharmlt, Stan Malepsy, Paul Tveile, Claire Mansager, Elwood Ingvaldson, Kenneth Ashpole, Charles Medml, and Kermit Halverson. Second row: Coach C, P. Reed, Charles Reed, Harold Collins. Joe Syrnons, Arnold Larson, John Corrigan, Robert Gulbrandson, Wayne McMullen, and Manager Chuck Thompson. Front row: Manager Bob Nelson, Kenneth Hodges, Myron Kaderabek, Louis Christianson, Donald Haugen, Captain Lloyd Ball, Wayne Miller, Bob Tuherty, and Robert Wayne. ff, gy 5 7 53 ,490 X ...Q-f' 28 34 21 36 .... .... 26 27 25 e They 25 28 I9 26 26 34 28 ---- ----33 24 42 27 27 54 26 ----------27 I Kumi' '1 Alton Schultz Memll Bennett Y 5' Bob Tuberty The Tlgers won then' opemng game wlth Northwood by the score of 31 to 25 Merrlll Bennett set the pace by maklng 14 pomts The lmeup at the beglnnmg of the season was Reed and Tuberty at the forwards Halverson and Bennett at the guards and Larson at center Thls comblnatlon worked sw ell ln the first game but the Albert Leans lost then' second game In the second half of thls game wlth Mankato Albert Lea made 17 pomts to 13 of the opponents The Tigers last quarter rally agalnst Waseca brought them vlctory thxs tlme and they rolled over Owatonna 41 26 a week later Larson was htgh polnt man 1n thls game wlth 14 pomts Bennett and Reed were close behlnd wlth 12 and 11 pomts respectlvely In the last game before Chrlstmas vaca tlon the Tlgers lost a thrlller to Blue Farth after leadmg most of the game Bennet played a close defenslve game After New Xears the Tlgers gathered speed to knock 011 Falrmont 42 34 Arny Larson led the wav wlth numerous field goals and took the scorlng honors Owa tonna looked llke a pushover to ew eryone except the team They really had to work for that wlctory After staylng behlnd for three quarters Lhuck Reed stole the ball for the Tlgers and droxe down for the wlnnmg basket loe Svrnons Lyle Qucxlley ' "Y ,fan "1"-V A -rt " -9"" .s .V LM ,,,,. 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Y. . , , , . 1 , U U ' Q I , , , ' LJ ' - Lhorles Reed Bob Wulll The next game with Blue Earth was a sequel to the first only with Albert Lea coming out on top 35 33 lt was a fast game from start to finish with Tubertys last minute shot winning Northfield prox ed not to be the pushower expected but instead battled to the end The score was 28 24 Waseca proved to be too fast a team for their second en gagement with the Tiger five A late rally fell short with the score ending 42 to 34 Albert Lea w asn t quite fast enough to beat the 'vlan kato giants but they showed plenty of zip all through the game The Tigers put themselves in a tie for second place with a victory over Northfield Austin smothered Albert Lea 54 to 26 in the first game A revamped Tiger squad nosed out Fairmont 24 to 26 The positions were Larson and Reed at the forwards Qualley and Tuberty at the guards and Halverson at center In the final game with Austin the Tiger five came within two points of uctory losing 27 to 25 In the tournament Albert Lea lost their first game to Spring Valley Austin took the District crown but was beaten by Rochester in the Regional ,4 1' T Arnold Larson -duly is Kermit Halverson Bill Borland Back TOW llelt to rightl: Coach C. P. Reed, Kermit Halverson, Bob Wulfl, Arnold Larson, and Alton Schultz. ley. T? Back row tleft to rightb Bob Ander- son, Reid Edwards, Chuck Thompson, lim lenner, and lohn Fritz. Front row: Bob Nelson, Harlan Beh- dantz, Wayne Feuerhelm, Charles Gamble, and Coach C. P. Reed. Front row: Merril Bennett, Ioe Symons, Charles Reed, and Lyle Qual- The managers are the ones who do much with little credit except from members of the team. Bill Andrews, Aldean Brown, and Chuck Thompson are the three mainstays. Basketball, football, track, and baseball are the sports that these boys Work in. Thanks, We all say to you managers. 5 I I A Cczptcun McMullen cmd Coach Macs A5 ,qw ,C IWPL A Back rom Oeft to rxghtl Coach Roy Mzms Robert Haskms Vs 'une Mc-'VIullen Ger ald DeVr1es Thrrd row Norman Storuck Jack Hanson Duck Daw Cllltli Hellekson Second row Lawrence Skaaf Fugene Chaplln Louls Chrlstenson Roger Dale Dlck Martm Front ron Vkayne Peterson Dale Sorenson Ernest Xocum Duck Hyland Harold Mlckelson 5: 7 7-s Q ' df, Louls Chrrstenson gets ci pmnlng hold on Truman Storvlck W 7. 0 'D 6. I N. J, A I 5 ' . 'Nun v I I: , 'T ' , - 'Alas 22 f J. - . V gh., M , V 3' , ' X31 W A , - .1 7 , A , ,' ' ., .V ' ' x nf " fs ,- - gf X 5, -, Y Q, Q af L f' 3 ' 'ze e 4 r A 0' , .inf I N W AA I Q ' 5 1 r 1 5' ' 'Q , F' ' X 4 90111. ' T ki. - V X , 1-U , ' 2: ' Xv 4- .2 fx N 'N . , . 1 ,J- .L 1- .3 743' .P i Left to nght Paul Bowers Ernest Yocurn LOUIS Chnsuanson Raymond Otterson Eugene Chap- l1n Wayne Feuerhelm Wayne McMullen M110 Sather lack Hanson and Cla1r Matson Left to rmght Lloyd Lwmgstone Robert Dolan B111 Marpe Bob Wayne Darrell Rcmurn Donald Turnbull Robert Sulhvan lack Hanson Ierry Schwartz and Orvllle B1erke ,, -T..- ,F . L I . - . ., ,WA-,A A . - V - ' ..-.4.- ' ' -- -y IQ-1. D' I ',-1 -.x,'..1l- I 9' meh. bf' .. I ' 0 , -4 Q ,- ' J - L 0' . e I ' g . Q D J . l X 1 ' 0 . X l Q , . -. - I 1 V . I ' I I I I I I I ' I A - . x 1 , - , . . l l , . y . X - .,l mf 1-ml' - 1 . ' f - ,--I , l, . 4 , V 4 J . ' J J O ., -Q V ... v Q -. ' ' I on A l sl , W 4 Y Wm . , 1 , , 1, 'S n R N fkxa .4 W'-'aw Mansager broadrumps l lv 'Q Coach Reed worked his trackmen into shape in less than two Weeks tor the district tournament at A stin The boys placed rn every event and came out mth a total ot 611 2 points Austin had 90 points Elkton 3OX2 and LeRoy 8 points As the Tiger goes to press the trackmen are preparing for the rn vrtatronal meet at Carleton Following this there ffrll be the regional tournament at Austin 1,-49 .535 cl ION Ceft to rr Clfrrr Xlrnsfr er r Iudke Row '-'uen Joe Kortz Curtis Hellekson Rr: hard Larson kenneth VK estrum Klan I pm Qecorrd roxx ferfrld Fmmon Trum rn Qtorxrrk Robert I ings-mo Robert VK ulff Rob ert C ulpzrarrdson kenneth Hodge- Coach C I' Reed Third ron Dorrfrlcl Hagen Qtfrnlex Xnderson kenneth Dug Vkawne Nirller Jack Hanson Harold Srrrdxrh Vt .une XIcNIullen Prrrest Xorunr Dick Larson clears the bar at ll feet ,i If ogg. r ' t R A , .3 1, gm I 1 I I 4 . 'A ' f' - 1 in A 1 X . x . AA . ' Q 7' 8" ,' I' Jw? f ,.r , 45,1 I tl 'I ll 1 f R ' ' - Y' Y' LK - ,Q 1 .f Raw ' -' I 'ghtli ' 1" r :v wg 3 A't . Q : . 5 .If , , '. l Rv, fr, Tuberty stretches for one Baseball started out with a game with Alden which the Ti- gers won 3 to 2, Following this will be two games with Austin, one with Alden, the district tournament, and then the re- gional at Carleton. rf .Q 5 K 0 A' L ii, ' C' , u K V il -'. 7" .. 2 -L 4 ' -JA '4y.,'1 .La Ad' -H i B 5 1 5 A 1 v Back row Cleft to rightl: Coach Roy Maas, Manager Thatcher Peterson, Tony Kirsch, Gerald Brown, James Livingstone, John Corrigan, Floyd Nordland, Paul Tveite. Second row: Milford Berhow, Paul Burnette, Norman Storvick, Don Lennon, George Morley, Lyle Qualley, Lawrence Skaff. Front row: Bob Hill, Kermit Halverson, Merrill Bennett, Chuck Reed, Bob Tuberty, Kenneth Ashpole, Lloyd Livingston. Dick Adair. '75 Standing Cleft to rightl: Coach Roy Maas, Kenneth Hodges, Dick Grunwald, Dick Martin, and Bob Wayne. Kneeling: Bob Evans, George Lindahl, Harlan Nelson, and Allen Anderson, Bob Evans does a hand stand for a time exposure la! Standing Cleft to rightlz Bill Westrum, Richard Morris, "Pinky" Swenson, Iirn Counsell, Roger Swenson, and Charles Gamble. Kneeling: Bob Koevenig, Ross Gam- ble, and Dick Grunwald. Standing Cleft to rightl: Coach Leon Haa- land, Arnold Larson, Wayne Peterson, Reid Edwards, Dale Larson, and Iarnes Ienner. Kneeling: Dick Iohnson, Ioe Syrnons, Louis Christensen, and Laverne Bergeson. we ts s , , -4 - -24' 3 s 25 V ' , A ' 19 st 1' ,I ,, X ! ""'-W...-pm' R uwWsaJf'U K . ,, , , f ' M Q f lag, I I, ,f Lara, V ,Y w , , M t o Z ' " ha -T , 51' , F4 y V ff A 4 M ' WW"v"W4.1 -f y V This year fans cheered to the leadership of Jim Counsell, Annette Christianson and Don Carlson. Jim and Annette are graduating but Don will be back next year as a sophomore. One of the biggest cheer hits was the Norwegian yell, "Ve du glide," originated, it is rumored, by none other than Mr. Blomquist. ' J A - A -- 4 I The G.A.A. Advisory Board Cleft to right-Row I: Marion Ochs, Phyllis Holrnquist, Marilyn Ehrich, Glo dys Moen, and Marion Molmer, Row H: Iuonito Ien sen, Ieonne Iorgenson, ond Dolores Iensen. Iune Tennis, Editor Al, here are some pictures of girls' sports during the last year. This is the first year that a special section has been devoted to the girls' sports in the high school. We hope you like it. The G.A.A. is the only organization for the promotion of girls' sports in the senior high. Under the direction of Miss Hansen the girls have partiqi- pated in four major sports during the year, speedball, basketball, volleyball, and kittenball. Individual sports are encouraged with many taking part in bowling, skating, hiking, and table tennis. A .Zi Ml' fm , Mary Martha Nelson the school's table tennis champion, is about to serve 'if W , 1 if 5 A 2657 QL '15 The Girls' Bowling League, headed by Marilyn Ehrich, consists of sixteen girls. They are as follows, left to right: Row I: Marion Ochs, Margaret Larson, Marjorie Ulve, Gladys Moen, Marion Malmer, Ei- leen Deutschmann, Marjorie Burns, Ruth Valla, Irene Schultz, and Helene Nelson. Row II: Marilyn Ehrich, Mary Jones, Donna Olson, Beverly Drommerhausen, Iola Seath, and Lois Haugen, ff! ,n .'1' f 5.5989 istfx' 3: ,ii 7 The circle represents some of the sports in which a G.A..f5.. girl can participate to earn points toward a GAA. letter. Bowling, hiking, biking, volleyball, basketball, and roller skating, the sports represent- ed, make up only a part of this program. Other sports are speedball, table tennis, officiating games, and serving as an officer. f'f"'fMfD1"' rC545 N271 NWN gl J? 'SCA '55 S, 5 9 -.. I U in . . 1 H X , 6,0 K U' Q40 1 ! X A, f x X fl 0 223: X in - V - v X,,-- X AXA 4 Lk , 4 it I , '-,Q ' ti- "f'ffgTf2 1 'K X Y. - -wif XXf"'Hx -45 A xj . X 1--M 7 7 n ,,' '- My G , SERVICE CLUB Front row Cleft to rightl: Mary Jane Peterson, Marilyn Ehrich, Jeanne Jorgenson, Audrey Larson, Eliza- beth Thompson, Carolyn Mathews, Margerie Brown, Jo Ann Miller, Harriet Nelson, Betty Tostenson, Beverly Drommerhausen, Elaine Roalkvam, Lois Stephan, Martha Larson, Helene Nelson, Marian Stephen. Row two: Dorothy Thompson, Lavonne Schott, Fern Ott, Lola Ryan, Alyce Doyscher, Phyllis Holmquist, Phyllis Hayter, Betty Olson, Jerry Olson, Donna Hanson, Shirley Keeler, Marcia Fink, Kathleen Hanson, Gloria Flynn, Lorraine Douglas, Betty Halverson. Row three: Jacki Morrill, Ellen Tveite, Eileen Deutschmann, Ruth Loge, Arly Reinhard, Lorraine Grasda- len. Jo Ann Miller, Dorothy Johnson, Eunice Schilling, Shirley Schuhmacker, Delores Sherwood, Iola Seath, Irene Anderson, Sybil Budahl, Mary Ellen Tuherty, Patty McDermott, Donna Evenson. Row four: Mary Lou Nelson, Verna Kirkegaard, Karin Kallberg, Irene Beck, Phyllis Scott, Irene Schultz, Marion Ochs, Donna Means, LaVonne Conley, Opal Loken, Margaret Itadkb, Verle Fink, Virginia Erickson, Elaine Bakken, Shirley Robbins. Row five: Jane Keeler, Dona Wightman, Annie Davis, Alma Davis, Marjorie Olson, Jeanne Korsrud, Louise Wulff, Jeanne Peterson, Evelyn Mellum, Leona Tews, Mae Loftuas, La Donna Niebuhr, Dorothy Korsrud, Lois Flatt, Elmer Kuehl. Row six: Roger VVeiks, Lois Haugen, Phyllis Anderson, Catherine Gunderson, Louise Norton, Betty Jo Nel- son, Betty Wood, Gilma Aldahl, Lorraine Halseth, Donna Christenson, Sally Wiger, Beverly Vandermate, Ruth Mellum, Betty Reynen, Myra Henle, Gloria Swenson, James Hayenga. FRENCH CLUB Front row tleft to rightl: Kay Borland, Marilyn Ehrich, Florence Kaasa, Betty VVoorl, Margery Burns, Elizabeth Thompson, Mary Ellen Nelson, Edna Weieneth, Sue Fol- ken, Verna Kirkegaard, Hazel Bush, Kathleen Hanson, Sylvia Jilek. ii W- -,fn v N ' DISCUSSION CLUB Front row Cleft to rightjz Marjorie Hayter, Franklin Highby, Louie Christenson, Verna Kirke- gaard. Row two: Bob Kovenig, XN'ayne Peterson, Mary M. Nelson, Elaine Henry, Ellen Tveite, Elmer Kuehl, Kenneth Hodges. . f ,X X xx , N yu " Y HI-Y xv x , FJ Front row Cleft to rightbz Clement D y,fWaynle Peterson, Chris Ringham, Jack Berglund, Gor- don Steele, Bob Clayborne, James Hayeng ick Olson. Row two: Jack Connor, Kenneth Gyhlyhgandson, Merrill Miller, George Ehrhardt, .lack Hanson, Rob- X ert Wulff, Paul Tveite, Bill Marpe. X-.X X , N ff x xt F wx at . .V GAA ont oxx 1 orgn R011 111, 1r1l 1r1o11 r 1 Ire Nchullz x 1 1u1 1 1 1 x 1-'His Axnlox xx lxxo Helium Il F1011 1111xr ar orle xc 1 x 11 11111 Iiculkxa lex ulx .DI0lllIHtThd.ll CII Jemng Nihon xx 11166 l1l S1111 H tl N 11 D 11 Q xood xidlllxll I'1r1 1111 IOIL,t'I1SOIl N 1rx Jongx 13110119 Jen'-1 Il BETA HI Y Y 111 1.11111 1 N 1 1 npr XtNlf'1 W UNO I rno 1 111 Ix11x if ,vtbsx N M TORCH CLUB Front row Cleft to rightjz Richard Hyland, Eugene Guckenberg, Howard Imme, George Qualley, Dick Grunwald, Larry Larsen, Rolan Porter, Milton Kingland. Row two: Richard Hansen, John Baker, John Kepple, Dick Jorgenson, John Peter- son, Tom Speltz, Ernest Yocom, Donald Hagen. Kermit Bergie. SCIENCE CLUB Front row Kleft to rightj: Eleanor Nielson, Joy Swanson, Ethel Reid, Margery Burns, Margaret A. Larson, Marian Ross, Margerie Brown, Jane Keeler, Margaret McEniry. Row two: Marie VVeigel, Loneita Nelson, Rollin Tuftee, Merrill Miller, Mary M. Nel- son, Bill Andrews, Deloris Heegard, Mary Joyce Tindall, Catherine Gunderson, Richard Hansen, Vernon Myrland. Row three: Virginia Henry, Ellen Tveite, lla May Larson, Majel Risser, Phyllis Holmquist, Louise Wulff, Dick Mickelson, Nann Darrigrand, Jeanne Nelson, Alice Sturtz, Phyllis Hayter. 575' 1? R. ix. "" if 4 'ln if iff v i vv 17 ev MARIA SANFORD GIRL RESERVES Front row tleft to riglitbz Jeanne Severson, Beverly VVayne, Elizabeth Thompson. Elaine Henry, Ardis XVnll, Beverly Carlsen, Lorraine Grasdalen, Ann Throlson, Betty XYl'lCl!lll, Betty Pic-kell, Row two: Lucille Christian, Gwendolyn Stone, Dorothy VVestland, .lo Ann Miller, .Imn Mi- vhaelis, Jerry Gulhrandson. .lane Keeler, Marvella VVagner, Kathleen Hanson. Row three: Sue Folken, Marjorie Hayter. Jeanne Jorgensen. Lucille l"o'kest:id, Florence Kansa, Dolores Jensen, Lois Juve, Andrey Larson, Catherine Gunderson. Alma Davis. Row four: Lallonna Niehuhr. Helen Bickford, Marion Malmer, Gladys Moen, Faye XVest- lzind, Ilene Jusperson. Alive Steele, Dorothy Juve, Annie Davis. u. MARIA SANFORD GIRL RESERVES I-'rom 1-nu' tlvti In rnglurr .lnnw llrnll--5. Nlnry Lon N-blfnn, 5Inri,:l-ri4- llrmxn, linrli l'vtm-rsmi, xliiflllll l'Il1i'nln. Hlnrlu ll-'1ll'1rr1l, Mary .lzlnv l'v-In-rfun. lluzvl lzllblt. Slllllvy S1'lnlliin:ulu:r, liilflll liullln-rpg, llnnnu Nlnu- l.HI'r4iII, Ron Iwo. lmixrlliy M. Nvlmvn, Nunn lmrrnzminl, lmrnu He-nn, H.-lm-n .lt-ns:-n, Xhnnln Ne-lsnn, XlfiI'gt'l'l llurns, Villllllll' XYzL5inA. .la-rry Ulstwn, Slzxrjswlv l'Ivv, .lllltllllii .lr-nm-n, Phyllis Holin- qnist, Phyllis llnyhr. Row Ihre-41: lmnna Ingvnlmlfon, Phyllis Amin-rson. J:-:tn Tlirolst-n, Lois Hxtngt-n, IM-loris Het-- gztrd, X'-Arna Kirk:-guzarfl, lie-tty XK'oo4l. Fr-rn Nortlland. llnrntliy Sznnlvrs, .Izwkie liugpe. Row four: livlly lmvis, Ninja-l IilSSt'Y', I-lilt-vn IJeutsr'hinann. Nzulinv lfliszgu, Ilene Selslzul, liernzulim- Mensa-r, lioruilu llnnsun. Hvlvn Ends-rson, Helene Nelson, Ardir Ami:-rson, Jzmki Morrill. ' 'isdn 1- v GRACE DICKINSON GIRL RESERVES Olll 1 1 1x1a1 on 1 r ,uf 1 I H u1Qr11 1 s 1 111 1 1 1' 'mx 1110 1r1 11111 11-111 r 1 111 S111 rr 11 N hug 1111111 811111111115 IJor01111 l01111H011 I0rr1111c T11011111w11 NI1r111a Ii1111su I'l1111c 1111 11111 NK 111rff1 I-l11r111 Ns 1 L 051411011 11'1011 Jl111so11 S Tl 1,11 ll N141 NS 1 Ru ne-11 Hanan Ir1ckse11 Ih1ll1s Anderson A111u111P11f- Rexnfn X1rg,11111 Ir1ckso11 sen Adelme Behle NI.1rf.,1re.1R.1dke Irene beck Xerlc P11111 Opal Loken Leona Tews w f-N "' f 41 vs ANN RUTLEDGE GIRL RESERVES 0111 ron tlmft 111 l'lL11l1 orlx I,f1r111x I EXPHSOIH Pal Nlr'lD11111c111 l 11111 1 1 1r1 1r Ikmirson 11111 Nteuns 111101111 XX he 111 C1lle Sk 1115, X1rl.1 N111 ll11 11 l.11111v XX u Ron 11111 XIAFIOII Ihglex NL1rg.,1r11 NlcI:.111r1 lrlu Ixce-lor I 1 - 111 I 1 1 N011 :rex r111 N1 M111 X lfglllll. 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' oss, El 1 - , Irv 1 .'1" 1: '1', . :11 ' 'S ' . '1'-rlg 1 1-'s 12 z ' ' ld.: LIBRARY CLUB l-:ont ron Cleft to rlghtb Ilene Schultz Mary Ellen Tuberty Phylhs Scott June Fennm Margaret Radke 'Harlan Stephen Vlrglma Fl1ClxSOI1 Leona Tens IUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE Font row fleft to rightbi Delores ee' gqml, June Ilriclley, Juanita Jensen. low vo: P'1uli1 X"yr , Arml's N" . . 'xrzeric rown. Iloro y Nun ers, . is: l3er1l'm. Row three: t'er'1l1line Olson, Phyllis Huy- ', N 'n't'ell'1 Wwgner. Betty Jer sen, 3'r,' .loywe 'l'iml'1ll. Iois Hau en. Row four: Jack tonnor, M'1rlin Wozstml Robert Wulff, John C'orrig'm, John Kuyper. F.FA Front ross Qleft to rightj Merlin Carlsgaard Vkarren Charlson Adnan Storvick Ronald Qeath Richard Rawman Farl Thompson Dale Frrckson Robert D Jensen gerson Nlylon Kaderabek Harold Collins Row three Donald Schmidt Thomas Coskeson Kendall Johnson Omer VS ingen Kenneth Peterson Daxid Lunde Roger Fink 0 I Row two: Jack Gillard, Richard Fredrickson, Phil Tennis, Gerald Flugum, Philip Jenson, Marvin Ber- fer The l943 homecoming court, from left to righf, includes Bob Wulff Charles Reed, Chris Bingham, Georgia Rygh, Pauline Wayne, Queen Sue Folken Ardis Anderson, Marilyn Ehrich, Robert Tuberfy, and Franklin Highby The crown bearer is Virgil Ehrich. ,. . .W -H., .. ,. l.,. nc-.e ,f ou, ,.,,ffl. ,.,.f .ana ner 1 f. 11, r,,,,,ni 1, TT -rf f:ie'.' are Lwecrgu H,.:.. if ' r' ' i af' 'I' i fl ro:-.' are .lrdis Anaerrcrg Q atienaantsi r rain ie.f if. A...v.. i......-.. M, .i ... .... .4 n 4- ana Queen Sue Follcen. ,nga L. fo ne LV L R iq 5 In if 1 v ,,. - 5. uf. is X 5 I H 1 V4 9 1. G' 5 1 x 7 1 x N , . - ' W .'-, -1. 53322 157' elif 44 N 1 ' '1 i . 'FT it Z? I -'W V 'ai ,pf 'IN 'wg' 'wr' my ' 4.1, -NYJ- ,fz 1 X i 1' f5,ff'f,r.w!.' " E' 7 X ,g W4-..w-Q 1-A, Qi vm", ' , 'in 4 ., Y 19' . . ' ark . ' -rf , ., ' - ', . wi 0. 5, QUII.L AND SCROLL Row one Cleft to rightbz Jane Keeler, Jeanne Jorgenson, Ardls Wall, Marilyn Ehrich, Kenneth Hodges, Ellen Tveite, Helen Enderson, Jacqe- line Rogge, Pauline Wayne. Row two: Alice Steele, Dolores Jensen, Florence Kaasa, Verna Kirkegaard, Frances Van Reenan, Sue Folken, Ardis Anderson. Row three: June Tennis, Milton Paulson, Bob Bennett, Bob Wulff, Mary Joyce Tindall. These four faculty members con- stitute the advisory board for the two school publications, the AH LA HA SA and the TIGER. Top row, left to right. are Miss Beulah Jack- son Charmley and Miss Iva M. Loy. Bottom row are Miss Hazel Nelson and Miss Ruth Woods, To the right is a group from the 'HGER staff. From left to right they are as follows: Co-editors Florence Kaasa and Ardis Anderson, photog- rapher and girls' sports editor Iune Tennis, and art editor Karin Kall- berg. To the left is a representative group of our AH LA HA SA staff. Co-editors Marilyn Ehrich and Helen Enderson are seated center front and right front re- spectively. Ardis Wall and Dor- othy Nelson, business rnanag- ers, are seated left and back left. Bob Wulff, sports co-ed- itor, and Karin Kallberg, art co- editor, are seated center and right back. Not present in this group are Audrey Larson, art co-editor, lean Michaelis, fea- ture eclitor, Iune Tennis, sports make-up, and lrving Thorne- sen, sports co-editor. 3,5- Q9 'fo km? "Peace lG1ve Unto You," the Chrtstrnas presenta- tton, was qtven December 22, l943. From lelt to right, the players are as follows Chris Btnaham, Bob Crosby, lohn Ness, Arlowayne Belnhart, Bob Tuberty. J ,f "You Cant Take lt 'ssttn Youf the senior class play product tion, was given lflajx 9, l944. Front row tleft to rtghtl Bob Crosby, lean Michaelts, Chrts Bingham, Ardts Anderson. Box-.' two l-larrzette Christen- son, Bill Marpe, Arloz-Jayne Beinhart, laik Connor, Betty Io Nelson. Bow three: Bob Wultl, Marf jorle Hayter, Boy Elben, Arthur Ludke. 4 Tiger lizzie ,..6-xeriioa lla . '.,, ,.g lf . .v-,-. .A::.r.fe. l 1344 .. 1: tzff g....1,r , . 3.1.5.3 gs 111.0 '-ron: 1:1 "f ' .-1.11 Affl- .., .eterforp , vm' ry ,.f, ,.':f.p ,'1: fn-fjof. Q I"rf vI1ff1Y.:'f :'.'.': lfirila f'1na'.'.SJ. rf A "YY-1-v---V 1' , A.-,Mfg L ..., . AQ. ..... lg 4: versfr' T' H BGB, .Bennett lfxtzp Wei -Q-1. , l ana... ,ps Wy A ' F-vunxwqsh-S i U 9 4 IL I' 1 l ' l i r l 1 The operetta, "ln An Old Kentucky Garden" Cabovey given February 11, 1944, is representative of the many fine musical productions presented in the Albert Lea High School. A portrayal of an old aristocratic Southern plantation family, this operetta contains many of Stephen Collins Foster's finest songs, including "Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair," "Old Folks at Home," and "Beautiful Dreamer." Lovely old-fashioned costumes of wide hoop-skirts, fringed shawls, peg-topped trous- ers, cutaways, high hats and colorful Negro dances provided atmosphere for this roman- tic story. L. J. Emmons had charge of the music direction, while Mrs. Eleanor Haaland coached the dramatic parts. Miss Helene Hanson supervised the dances. in 0- BAND N HI 1 We 1 or N N xxx x ,VM .' Lu" . .Q " - ' 'I' ' VX -'Z "2 'f S. : " . jwf , 2 , 1' .21 ,W "HA ,C us S . ,:: 1' Q' '-s: . : .' '-5 il' l H . yy f , "4 .' . . 1. ' 4.1 A.'u ,. .:Af.,l .-5, . : ..., .. . . ,. 1 . ., ., .. .. ' Ar. '. '., ,. I' .r . l.--1'v::1+lm- .-.0'Hb0'I. Nlxujnrie- JHIIILPUIX, l'11Il1+-1im- liznfu-1. Luis lillZ..Xl11II'j I.ui:1l11,.!zu'f , .o- s . A CHORUS lfront now 11+-ft to ruzhtlz .Ie-:anno .Iorgr-nson, Audrey Larson, Marilyn I-lhrivh, Marian Hill, , Margery llurns, Iifftty Yan Hrkel, Ruth Iffterson, Harriet Nelson, Marion Nelson, Helen liirk- ford, Annette Fhristianson. Ardis XVall, Row two: Mary Jane IH-terse-n, .Io Ann Miller, lflorenrre Johnson, Iona .Iohnson, Ruth Mel- lnm, Phyllis Anderson, Phyllis Holmqnist, Ellen Tveite, Ardis Anderson, Iflorence Kaasa, Lu- cille Folkestad, Dolores Jensen, Kay Borland. June Iiridley, Geraldine Olson, Row thre-ei Betty .Io Nelson, Rita Garland, Ilolr Evans, Gerald Emmons, Raymond Johnson, Adrian Storvirk, Lois Haugen, Alive Steele, Marzerie Brown, Marion Hanson, .Tune Tennis, Vernon Travnick, Irving Thoniesen, Kenneth Hodges, Vernon Myrland, Elvin Erdahl. Row four: Pnrtis Hellorksen, Donald Pe-Iran, lfllwood lngvaldson, Norman Storvick, Truman Storvif-k, l,nVe-rne Sorenson, lloh Kilhride, Ilill Borland, Roh l,anf.:f-ino, Hoy I-lllwn, John Peter- son. 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