Albrook High School - Falcon Yearbook (Saginaw, MN)
- Class of 1964
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We, the seniors of nineteen hundred sixty-four,
wish to dedicate this, our yearbook, to the school
custodians, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Bassa, for their
endless efforts toward making our school life pleas-
ant. Their special care of the school facilities,
their help whenever help was needed, their presence
at all school activities, and their friendly person-
alities, all have added something special to our
years at AlBrook. The many times that nTedH and
Nlrenen have made it possible for us to stay after
school to work on the annual and the paper, to
participate in many other activities, are too many
We pay tribute to them now, in the pages of
this annual, and we hope that our appreciation can,
in this way, be made known to them.
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Home Economics 7-12
Mr. Richard Tuominen
Physical Ed. 7-l2
Mr. Rodney Rosandich
College Algebra l2
Cont. Geometry lO
Elem. Algebra 9
HCM Team Basketball Coach
Mrs. Jennie Nelson
Physical Ed. 7-12
Miss Bertha Wehka
Mr. Val Melgeorge
American History l0
world History ll
Social Problems 12
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Mrs. Ellen Borich
Mr. Eli Ogann
F. F. A.
Mr. David Beadle
HBH Basketball Coach
Mrs. Ruth Barth
Mr. John Hull
Mr. Steven Hunter
Mr. Arthur Letourneau
Secretarial Office Practice 12
Assistant Football Coach
G. O. Treasurer
Mr. John Hussey
Music Class 7
ALBROOK HIGH SCHOOL
ADM! ISTRA T10
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Mr. Gary Johnson
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LAWRENCE WILLIAM ABRAHAMSON
WJust call me Doc3 I can operate
Basketball 2,31 Baseball 2,3,h3
Football 3,M3 Football Co-Captain M3
Track 2,3,uQ Football King Candidate 33
Lettermen's Club 3,43 Lettermen's Club
Treas. by Class Play 3,b3 Band l,2,33
Annual Staff bg Paper Staff M3 F. F. A.
1,25 Mixed Choir 1,2,3,bQ Boys' Quartet
1,2,3: Boys' Trio Us Boys' Intramural l.
KAREN JOY AMBORN
WGod make her small in order
that He might do a more choice
bit of workmanship.W
Girls' Choir 13 Pep Club l,2,33
Spirits Club 3,43 Square Dancing
13 Library Club 13 Paper Staff U3
Annual Staff U.
DEWEY EUGENE ANNIS
'If I ever find love, I'll analyze
it in a test tube.n
Basketball lg Archery 13 Science Club
13 Rifle Club 13 Annual Staff 4.
THEODORE CLARENCE BASSA
WMy motto is, 'Don't study until you
are called on to recite.'W
Basketball l,2,3: Baseball bg Track 2:
F. F. A. l,2,3,bg Class Vice Pres. 33
Lettermen's Club l,2,3.
RUSSELL LEONARD BEHGLUND
nHe has that far away look in his eyesg
he was looking at his feet.n
Basketball 2,33 Grade 7-8 Basketball
Coach 33 Baseball 2,3,bg Track 33 Boys'
Intramural lg F. F. A. l,2,3,bg F. F. A.
Pres. bg Class Treas. 4: Lettermen's Club
3,bg Mixed Choir 3,M.
DOROTHY MAE BREWER
WThe night's too short: the day's too
F. H. A. l,2,3,Ug F. H. A. Officer 2,33
Class Officer l,3g Girls' Choir lg Mixed
Choir 2,3,bg Girls' Club 23 Social Dancing
lg Library Club lg Spirits Club 3,44 Pep
Club l,2,3g Spirits Club Officer M.
JOHN LESTER BUMGARDNER
'I never let my studies interfere with
Football Manager 33 F. F. A.
F. F. A. Sec. 2,32 Football
Intramural 1,23 Mixed Choir
Band 1,2,3,uS Basketball 23
Helper 2,33 Baseball l,2,33
M3 Lettermen's Club l,2,3.
MARTHA SADIE CALVERT
WLife is short and very sweet, so now is
the time to live
Class Play 43 Spirits Club 1,3,uQ Pep Club
1,2,3Q Library Club 13 Girls' Choir 1,2Q
Square Dancing 1
3 Social Dancing 13 Archery
13 Girls' Club 2.
JUDITH ANNE CIATTI
USilence is more eloquent than words.n
Pep Club 1,2,3g Girls' Intramural 13
Archery Club 13 Library Club 13 SAC's
Club 23 Spirits Club 3,33 Annual Staff U.
LINDA LOUISE DALLMANN
'Men irritate me, but how I love being
Paper Staff 1,2,3,bg Feature Ed. 3,bg
Sports Ed. 35 Pep Club 1,2,3g Class Play
45 Girls' Intramural 15 SAC's Club 15
SAC's Club Pres. 15 Square Dancing 15
Archery Club 13 Social Dancing 15 Spirits
Club 1,3,4g Spirits Vice Pres. 33 Treas.
45 Football Queen 13 Football Queen
Candidate 35 Kitchen Assistant 15 Girls' l
Volleyball 33 Girls' Basketball 3,43 A n A
Student Council 2,3,4g Sec. Mg Annual
Staff 45 Girls' Club 25 Girls' Club Pres.
I 1 Homecoming Queen Candidate 2.
CLARENCE GODFREY DEGERMAN
Uwbrk! Where have I heard that word
Baseball by Track 3,45 Archery 25 Boys' 'X -5 ,
Intramural 15 Annual Staff Mg Bus Patrol ' 3:
1,2,33 Fe Fo Ao 29 XL,
PAULA ANNETTE FISH
nCommander-in-Chief of the
army of mischief.n
G- A- A- 15 Girls' Choir 13 Mixed
Choir 2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3g Spirits
Club 3,43 Paper Staff 2,33 Annual
Staff 43 Declamation U3 Basketball
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CAROL MARVINE FJELD
WIf giggles were unlawful, I'd spend the
rest of my life in jail.n
Girls' Choir 13 Pep Club 1,2,3: Spirits
Club 1,3,uj Library Club 13 Mixed Choir
2,3,bg Football Queen Candidate 23 Class
Paper Staff 4.
BEVERLY JEAN FREDRICKSON
IIB ev Il
'A quiet girl, but quite a girl.W
Pep Club 1,2,3Q Volleyball Team 33
Paper Staff U3 Class Play Us Girls'
Intramural 13 Annual Staff Us Square
Dancing 13 Spirits Club 3,b3 Library
Club 13 Archery Club 13 Social Dancing
13 SAC's Club 13 Home Ec. Cadet U.
GERALD JAMES GREER
'Only three great men are 1iVingQ
I'm one and I forgot the other two.'
Football 3,h3 Basketball 2,3,ug Mixed
Choir 1,2,3,bQ Class Play 3,43 Band 2,33
Track 2,3,uQ Baseball 1,2,3,uQ F. F. A.
1,2,3,uQ Lettermen's Club 3,b3 Annual
Staff U3 Boys' Quartet 1,2,3I Boys' Trio
bg Boys' Intramurals 1.
Play U3 Girls' Quartet 43 Annual Staff U3
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MARVIN PAUL HILLSTROM
WYoung and athletic, fearless and gay.W
Basketball 2,3,Mg Baseball 3,Ug Football
3,43 Track 2,3,lLg Skiing 1,2,3,'-sg F. F. A.
2,3,'-F: Boys' Intramural lg Lettermen's o
Club 45 Mixed Choir 3,43 Basketball Home
coming King 4. M
LINDA ANN HOLLINGER
"If there's nothing else to laugh at, make "V,
a circus of your own." f l
Pep Club l,2,3g Spirits Club l,2,3,l+g Paper I L
Staff l,2,3,U: Feature Ed. 3,bg Mixed f
Choir 2,3,bg Girls' Choir lg Girls' A
Quartet bg Cheerleading Alternate Mg '
Girls' Basketball Team 3,bg Annual Staff
Mg Class Play bg Student Council Alt. 3:
Girls' Club 23 Square Dancing lg Social
Dancing lg Archery lg Bus Patrol l,2,3,hg
Kitchen Assistant lg SAC's Club l.
JOAN DOROTHY JANKE
uHer spirit is like a teakettle, always
Girls' Intramural lg Spirits Club l,3,Lsg
Pep Club l,2,3: Square Dancing lg Social
LOLA JEAN MAKI
"You can live without poetry and walking, X , X,
but who in the world can live without ' f
F. H. A. 1,22 Officer 1,22 Band 1,2,3,uZ
Mixed Choir 3,53 Girls' Quartet M3 Class
Play U3 Pep Club 1,2Q Declamation M3 Art
Editor 43 Class Sec. 1,3,uQ Paper Staff
1,2,uQ Girls' Choir 13 SAC's Club 13 Girls'
Club 13 Archery 13 Social Dancing 13 Annual
Staff 43 Spirits Club 3,43 Library Club 13
Football Homecoming Queen Candidate 2.
ERNEST EVERETT MATTSON
'Most men would do anything for NOHGYQ I 3
end up working for it.'
Basketball 1,23 Football 2,3,M3 Baseball
3,b3 Track 2,3,uQ F. F. A. 1,2,3,uQ
Football Homecoming King Us Lettermen's
Club 3,53 Class Play 3,U3 Mixed Choir 43
Annual Staff U3 G. O. Alternate 23 Class
Vice-Pres. 33 Boys' Intramural l.
HARRY ROGER MILBERGER
WHe says little, but that's no
sign he's not thinking.N
F. F. A. l,2,uQ Lettermen's Club
l,2,3,uQ Lettermen's Club Pres. M3
Basketball 1,2,3,uQ Track 1,2,3Q
Football 2,3,uQ Annual Staff M3 Class
Vice Pres. 23 Boys' Intramural 13
Kitchen Assistant 33 Christmas Play 3.
RICHARD LEE MILBERGER
nI'll worry about tomorrow when tomorrow
F. F. A. l,2,3,4g Band l,2,3,Ug Track 43
Annual Staff bg Boys' Intramurals l.
JUDY ANN MILLER
nNothing's impossible to a willing heart.n
Spirits l,3,4g Pep Club l,2,3g Leather
Craft lg Annual Staff bg Paper Staff 23
SAC's Club 23 Basketball Queen Candidate
23 Football Queen Candidate 23 Girls'
Intramural lg Archery lg Square Dancing
MARCIA ESTHER NELSON
WAll day through I dream about the night.W
Pep Club l,2,3g F. H. A. 1,23 Spirits Club
l,3,4g Archery lg Leather Craft lg Mixed
Choir Mg Cheerleader 2,3,hg SAC's Club 23
Girls' Club 23 Annual Staff bg Girls' Choir
DIANNA MAE NORDEEN
NHigh school days can't compare with her
Mixed Choir U3 Pep Club 1,2,33 Social
Dancing 13 Girls' Choir 1,22 F. H. A.
1,2,3,ug Spirits Club 2,3,ug Library
JAMES ALLAN OGANN
"I believe in conserving energy - -
- ' F especially my own.n
,,- f" Mixed Choir 2,3,uQ Band 1,2,3,Ug Class
,Xb Play 3,b3 Lettermen's Club 2,33 Track
2,U3 F. F. A. 1,2,3,uQ Basketball 1,2.
MARY ELIZABETH PARENDO
WA1l fun and mischief too - - Always
doing something she shouldn't do.'
2,33 Spirits Club 1,3,uQ Square Dancing
13 Social Dancing 13 Archery 13 Girls'
Club 23 Girls' Choir 13 Annual Staff 43
SAC's Club 13 Bus Patrol 2.
Mixed Choir 43 Paper Staff U3 Pep Club 1,
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PHYLLIS DAWN PAULSON
uln school I'm quiet. Outside? That's
Pep Club l,2,33 Spirits Club 1,33 Class
Play 33 Annual Staff M3 Girls' Volleyball
Team 33 Girls' Choir 13 Archery 13 F. H. A.
1,2i Cheerleader 23 SAC's Club 23 Girls'
JUDITH ANN PEDERSEN
nAn angel always looks wise, but what's ,
behind those mischievous eyes?n
23 Football Homecoming Queen Candidate igig ,TT
23 Football Homecoming Queen 43 Mixed I '
choir 2,3,1+, Girls' choir 13 Paper Staff '
3,43 Paper Ed. 43 Annual Staff 43 F. H. A
13 Class Pres. 23 Class Treas. 33 Class
Play 3,43 Declamation 43 Student Council
Rep. 43 Library Club 1.
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Pep Club l,2,33 Spirits 3,33 SAC's Club pQj", '
ANTONIA LOUISE RANDALL
HShe looks like an angel, acts like one
too, but you never can tell what an angel
Annual Staff U3 C0-9dit0T 43 Basketball
Homecoming Queen 43 Cheerleader l,2,3,h3
Band l,2,3,43 Choir 2,3,4Q Girls' Choir l:
Girls' Quartet 43 Octet M3 Girls' State
Representative 33 Class Plays 3,b3 Pep Club
1,22 Spirits Club 3,43 Paper Staff 1,22 F.
H. A. 1,21 Class Officer 2,35 Library Club
13 Girls' Basketball 3,43 Girls' Volleyball
3g Prom Committee 33 SAC's Club l3 Choir
Officer U3 Archery Club l.
EARL ANTHONY RIBAUDO
NI think I think more that you think I
' think. 1.
Mixed choir 2,3,1+, F. F. A. 2,3,1-Lg Track 1
Manager lg Football Manager lg Baseball
A Manager 1,35 Annual Staff 4g Boys' A
Intramurals l. M
NANCY JOAN RA NTA
NLive each day as if it were your last,
for tomorrow may not come.U
Class Play 3g Library Club lg Pep Club 1,
2,35 Girls' Basketball Team 3,Mg Spirits
l,3,4g Basketball Homecoming Princess lg
Mixed Choir 2,3,bg Annual Staff Mg Paper
Staff 1,23 SAC's Club 25 Declamation bg
F. H. A. 2.
ANN ELIZABETH ROBINSON
nHer mind is her kingdom.u
Girls' Choir lg Mixed Choir 2,3,4g Peg
Club l,2,3g F. H. A. 23 Paper Staff l,
2,3,4g Annual Staff 45 Class Play 33
Spirits Club 3,4.
HARVEY DAVID RONTTI
NI'd like to be shy, but the girls won't
Basketball 33 Baseball 1,2,uj Mixed Choir
3,lL3 F. F. A. 1,2,3,'-1-Q Annual Staff U3
Boys' Intramural 13 Lettermen's 1,2,3.
RANDY EDWARD SALLI
'Let others do the labor3 I'll do the
Science Club 13 F. F. A. 1,23 Intramural
Sports 13 Archery 13 Rifle Training 2. , -- 'W
BARBARA FRANCES SCHELIN
NShe is little3 she is wiseg she's a
terror for her size.n
Pep Club 1,2,3Q Spirits 1,2,3,Ug Mixed
Choir 2,3,b: Girls' Quartet Accompanist
U3 Girls' Choir 13 Annual Staff U3 Class
Play 3,U3 Boys' Quartet Accompanist 1,2,
33 Boys' Trio Accompanist U3 Archery 13
Student Council Sec. 33 Class Officer 2,
33 Bus Patrol 1,2,33 SAC's Club 13 Girls'
Club 13 Band 1,2Z F. H. A. 1,2Q Choir
Officer M3 Baccalaureate and Graduation
PHYLLIS JANE SINISALO
WGenerally speaking - - - and she usually 3 Q
Pep Club 1,22 Spirits Club 3,33 Band X 3 ,cj
l,2,3,U3 Girls' Choir 1,22 Paper Staff rl I' 5,1
1,2,b: Business Manager U3 F. H. A. 13 ' 3 51
Historian 13 Class Play 3,43 SAC's 13 ff ,
Declamation 1,2,3,u: Library Club 13
Cheerleader 1,2,3,uS Head Cheerleader
2,b3 Class Pres. 13 G. O. 23 Girls'
Volleyball 33 Annual Staff M3 Co-editor
Annual M3 Lab. Assistant 23 Prom Committee 33
M. C. Basketball Homecoming M.
SAMUEL MATHEW STONE
'He reminds me of quick-silver: he never
Band 1,2,3,uQ Mixed Choir 1,2,3,uS Track
3,b3 Basketball 1,23 Lettermen's Club bg
Annual Staff M3 Class Officer 1,2,3,bS
Student Council Us F. F. A. 1,2,3,uQ Paper
Staff B3 Kitchen Assistant 33 Class Play H3
Boys' Intramural 13 Boys' Quartet l,2,33
Boys' Trio M3 Choir Officer M.
LESLIE UNO TALVITIE
Wwhy worry about education? Having fun
is my vocation.n
F. F. A. 2,3,U3 Officer 33 Archery 13
Boys' Intramural 13 Basketball 13 Base-
ball 2,113 Lettermen's Club 1,2,3Q Track L33 fs .
Basketball Manager 2.
Q Class Pres. 35 Class Vice Pres. Lug G. O.
YVONNE MARIE WATKINS
WI'm not a flirt - - - I'm just
Girls' Choir lg Class Play 3,LLg Pep Club
l,2,3: Spirits Club l,3,bg Paper Staff 1,
2,bg SAC's Club lg Archery lg Social
Dancing lg Leather Craft lg Girls' Club
23 Girls' Basketball 3,Ug Basketball Home-
coming Queen Candidate 3: F. H. A. 1,23
Rep. lg Student Council bg Prom Committee
3g Bus Patrol 2,33 Home Ee. Cadet bg Annual
ROSEMARY DENISE WOJTYSIAK
nWhat's the use of worrying when there
are so many other things to do.W
Girls' Basketball 3,LL: Bus Patr0l 2,33
Girls' Volleyball 3: Paper Staff 23
Girls' Intramural 1: Kitchen Assistant
lg Annual Staff bg Library Club lg 3AC's
Club 23 Spirits Club 1,333 Leather Craft
lg Archery lg Social Dancing 1: PSP Club
l,2,3: Declamation 4.
ALBROOK HIGH SCHOOL
1964 CLASS RINGS
It's not what you get, but what you give.
It's not what you make, but how you live.
It's not the years that you spend on earth,
But kindly deeds that prove your worth.
So try your best from day to day.
Faithfully serve along 1ife's way.
Be sincereg let these not depart:
Honesty, courage, beauty from your heart.
Know the truth, and acquire the treasure
Of wisdom and mercy in greater measure.
Cheerfully give and strive to possess
Universal love and happiness.
UWe're not afraid of tomorrow,
for we have seen yesterday,
and we love today.H
President ........ Sam Stone
Vice-President . . .Yvonne Watkins
Secretary ........ Lola Maki
Treasurer ..... Russell Berglund
Student Council. . Judith Pedersen
Alternate ...... Linda Dallmann
Aqua and Silver
BAUSCH and LOMB.
DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION . .
BETTY CROCKER. .
HOME ECONOMICS .
CHEERLEADING . .
JOURNALISM . .
SPEECH - .
CHORUS - -
. . . .Sam Stone
The year is 1974. Linda Hollinger, owner of a nation-wide fleet of garbage
trucks, has recently taken a two-weeks' vacation and has run into her old friend
Linda Dallmann, who is now operating a rural mail service by dog sled through
several Eskimo villages in Alaska. She said her loads are very light because the
Eskimos can neither read nor write, so naturally there's not much mail.
This is what the Linda's wrote us!! Uwe decided to relive old times, so we
hopped into my old 1964 Thunderbird Cwhich, incidentally, was found in the garbage
in 19722 and headed for a place to eat. We decided to stop at Elmer and have a
pizza. We walked in, and lo and behold, Barb and Vonnie were co-owners of this
pizza palace. They invited us to go along with them, they wanted to see Russ,
owner of the Bergie Drag Strip in Cloquet. He was running his hot '73 Impala in
the championship race. We had our work to go to the next morning, so as much as
we wanted to go, we were unable to attend. While we continued gossiping and eat-
ing their famous ndeluxen pizza, in walked Lola Maki. We quickly learned that
she was now a nurse working in a county school. She told us that Ann Robinson
was currently teaching English in this same school, and Jim Ogann is a math
teacher, who is quite busy, because he is attending night school to learn simple
addition. Dewey is a physics teacher and is currently trying to develop a theory
on why his slide rule is always inaccurate. Ted holds the position as principal,
but is really a spy from Elmer, checking and reporting on his school team's progress.
Bev Fredrickson is acting as the school secretary and is beginning to catch on to
the knack of it. Lola had been out on a call at Larry Abrahamson's mansion. He
had come down with a slight case of hydrophobia, and was therefore unable to
participate in the water skiing Olympics held that day. We decided we had spent
enough time there, so we were on our way again!
Uwe were just going along at a nice pace, when suddenly we heard a sireng a
bright red Corvett pulled alongside of us and there was Harvey Rontti, who was
now a highway patrolman. He was going to give us a ticket for speeding, but when
he recognized who we were, he gave us a warning and bribed us into buying a ticket
to the Policeman's Ball, which was going to be held in Cloquet that night. We
chatted with him for a while, thenresumedour journey.
Uwe had driven a distance and then we ran into a construction crew in the process
of building a bridge over Crooked Lake. lt was under the supervision of Harry
MilbergergGerry Greer was there operating a rocket-driven truck. We chatted for
about 5 minutes and found out that Ernie Mattson had designed the bridge. We
then left, as we did not want to interrupt progress.
"The gas tank was beginning to register empty, so we decided we'd stop at the
next gas station. We pulled in, and Randy Salli came out and greeted us. We soon
found out he owned this big promising establishment. He filled the tank free for
us and we left.
HNe had gone about 20 miles when the motor conked out, we got out and began
to walk, to use the nearest telephone. We encountered a huge rambling sheep farm
and we knocked on the door. A butler let us ing we soon found out that Sam Stone
resided here. He greeted us gailyg and when we told him of our trouble, he
sugge .-.- ted we call Bumgardner's Fix-All. We did. While we waited for John's
wrecker, Sam took us on a tour of his farm. He currently had 100,000 sheep and
was in the process of purchasing 50,000 more. He pointed out that Richard
Milberger had a beef farm close by and was doing quite well, he had shipped
500,000,000 tons of prime beef to Russia last spring.
Uwe heard a buzzing and looked up and there was Earl Ribaudo behind the wheel
of one of his fleet of spaceships. He waved to us and went spinning away! Sam
also pointed out that near
Pedersen was her bookkeepe
Sinisalo also happened to
that our old classmate, Ju
ning to move into the neig
by Martha Calvert was head of a mental institution, Judi
r, Carol Fjeld was her head secretary, and Phyllis
be working there in the laboratory. Sam also told us
dy Miller, had married Rockefeller's nephew and was plan-
hborhood. We heard a horn honk and we looked, and in
came our car driven by a mechanic. We went over to pay for the work that was done,
and who was the mechanic,b
Eumgardner's Fix-All. We
"Along the highway we
skiing, decided we should
found Toni Randall behind
out that Marvin Hillstrom
ut Leslie Talvitie. He told us he was working at
drove him back to the garage and resumed our journey.
spied a classy ski shop, and Linda, being interested in
stop and check out their equipment. we walked in and
the desk Cshe was secretary in Marv's Ski Shop? and found
was the proud owner. We asked her for directions to a
local beauty shop, as we felt we needed a once over. She directed us to Marcia
Nelson's Swirl and Curl.
told us that Mary Parendo
them to work on our hair,
picked up a glamour magazi
be in town soon, modeling
front page we saw pictures
to triplets on the same da
Ranta was hired to be secr
read that the launching of
supervised bv Clarence Deg
m the WAVES. Dianne Nordeen
UOur spirits were lift
again. We had aone a quar
road but Rose dojtysiak.
and she informed us that s
when we arrived, Joan Janke was there to greet us. She
and Karen Amborn also worked there, and would we like
so of course we did. While our hair was drying, we
ne, and who should appear but Phyllis Paulson who will
Don's fashions. We picked up a newspaper and on the
of Dorothy, Paula, and JoAnne who had all given birth
V in the same hospital. We also learned that Nancy
etary to the President of the United States. We also
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We, the Seniors of the graduating class of nineteen hundred and sixty-four, of the AlBrook High
School, do hereby make and declare this to be our last will and testament. We leave as executor
of our estate, Mrs. Nelson, who shall administer the legacy in form and manner as follows:
To the junior class we leave our class plays and the ability to get out of class for practice
To the sophomores we leave our athletic ability and our good grades.
To the freshmen class we leave our experiences of the last four years.
To Mr. Ness we leave our voices and choir robes.
To the faculty we leave our happy disposition on test days.
To the school we leave all our books and memories.
Larry Abrahamson leaves this year's football season to next year's team, and his uniform to
Karen Amborn leaves her mohair sweaters to Rose Mary Miskulin, and her size 35 class ring to
Dewey Annis leaves his running ability to Dick Smith, and his card playing ability to Richard
Ted Bassa leaves his basketball ability to this year's team, and his Chev to David Greer.
Russell Berglund leaves his height to Jimmy Bong, and John Kuikka gets his empty gas tanks.
Dorothy Brewer leaves her smile and happy ways to sister Georgia, and Barb Thompson gets her
John Bumgardner wills his ability to get out of class to next year's class.
Martha Calvert gives her dieting supplements to Rose Mary Miskulin. Her portion of the seat
on Mr. Woolsey's bus goes to Jean B. and Phyllis Reynolds.
Jo Anne Ciatti wills her height to Dale Larson, and her size bi shoes go to Jean B.
Linda Dallmann leaves her Phy. Ed. tennis shoes to anyone who wants them, and her enthusiasm
for Phy. Ed. to her sister Sandy.
Clarence Degerman wills his love for teachers to Dean Hansen.
Paula Fish leaves her ability to get into trouble to Jerry Willeck, and her black hair to
Mary Jo Smith.
Carol Fjeld wills her long hair to those less fortunate than she.
Beverly Fredrickson wills her Sec. Off. Prac. papers to Mr. Bassa for starting fires in the
morning for the next three years. Her love for pizza goes to Dennis Olesiak.
Gerry Greer leaves his Ford to anyone who has nerve enough to drive it, and his one point in
football season to Roger Anvid.
Marvin Hillstrom leaves his love for skiing to his brother Dan, and his curly hair to Joe
Linda Hollinger leaves her Ushortsu to Signs Armstrong, and her beat up sweatshirts to Bonnie
Joan Janke wills her smile to Barb Thompson, and her ability to bowl to her brother Howard.
Lola Maki wills her ways of always getting into trouble to Dick Williams, and her ideals of
a fine student go to Gaylord Paulson.
Ernie Mattson leaves his Ford to anyone who can afford to run it, and his Physics book goes
to Douglas Hackman.
Harry Milberger wills the letter he didn't get in track last year to his brother Bill, and his
Social book cover to Dick Williams.
Richard Milberger wills his ability to argue for what he thinks is right to anybody who is
afraid to do so. His grades go to his sister Kathy.
Judy Miller leaves her week-ends and skip days to Roseanne Stoddard.
Marcia Nelson leaves her week-ends to anyone who can take them. Carol Amborn receives her
Dianna Nordeen wills her forgetfulness to anyone who wants it, and her Sec. Off. Prac. to
next year's class.
Jim Ogann leaves his trumpet playing ability to Jean B., and Dale Larson gets his dramatic
Mary Parendo gives her AlBrook class ring and her Chevelle to Rose Mary Miskulin.
Phyllis Paulson wills her two-day uvacationu to anyone who hasn't had one. Ernie Paulson
is the recipient of her love for typing.
Judi Pedersen wills her newspaper problems to any future editors,
Toni Randall leaves her beautiful, beautiful brown eyes to Suzi Maciewski, and her love for
singing goes to Timmy Matuszak.
Nancy Ranta leaves all her money problems to Gary Anderson, and her sense of humor to Karen
Earl Ribaudo gives his brains to Mr. Rosandich, and N0 pounds to Jimmy Lundquist.
Ann Robinson wills her ability to sit in a room full of boys and not flirt, to her sister
Carol. Her Norwegian nose goes to Bror-Gustav Heikkinen.
Harvey Rontti leaves his catching ability to Jimmy Lundquist, and his good grades to anyone
who wants them.
Randy Salli wills his ability to miss school to Theresa Smith, and his natural blonde hair to
those who have bleached theirs.
Barb Schelin leaves her two-day nvacationn to anyone who gets away with things. Her love for
Anderson's Pizza goes to Sandy Greer.
Phyllis Sinisalo wills her love for talking in Social class to her sister Karen. Her cheer-
leading sweater goes to Diane Salo.
Sam Stone leaves his taste for good foods to Marilyn Dallmann and Janie O. His love for
Fords goes to anyone who doesn't have one.
Leslie Talvitie wills his hurdling ability to John Gray, and his silly moods to his Nwifeu.
Yvonne Watkins wills her love for Meadowlands swamps to "little Willie" , and her voice to
Rose Wojtysiak wills her natural blonde hair to Mary JO Smith. and her' Physical ability to
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In the Lettermen's Club are boys who have earned their letters in at
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Officers are: President, Harry Milbergerg Vice President, Dale
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PIRITS CL UB
These junior and senior girls sponsor activities to promote
school spirit throughout the school year.
Front row left to right: Judith Pedersen, Sam Stone, Linda Dallmann,
Yvonne Watkins, Cindy Lushenko. Second row: Gaylord Paulson, Dennis
Wiita, Virginia Johannessen, Colleen Gray, Paula Godnai, Joelianne
LaMourea, Mr. Ogann. Third row: Donald Ranta, Phyllis Reynolds,
Mary Jo Smith, Leonard Armstrong, David Janke, Gerald Willeck.
DE CLA MA TION
These students will attend speech meets throughout the year. Eight
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I X ED C H OR U S s
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Flutes and Saxaphones Percussion Clarinets
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
President, Russell Berglundg Vice President, Dale Larson: Treasurer,
Rodney Lamb, Secretary, James Oganng Reporter, Bruce Heikkineng Sentinel,
Richard Lundquistg Advisor, Mr. Elias Ogann.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
President, Barbara Thompsong Vice-President, Bette Dallmanng Secretary,
Georgia Brewery Treasurer, Signe Armstrong, Historian, Karen Sinisalog
Songleader, Jean Bumgardnerg Parlimentarian, Bonnie Obeidzinskig Advisor,
Mrs. Jeanne Olson.
3 jUNIOR CLASS PLAY 1963 6
The junior class play, nA Little Honeyu, was presented May 3, 1963
under the direction of Mrs. Ruth Barth
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The junior class play will be presented in the spring, under the direction
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These students participated in the senior class play,nMen Are Like Streetcars H
The play was presented on November 9, 1963 under the direction of Mrs. Ruth
Barth. Student director was Judi Pedersen.
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The entire senior class worked on the annual
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served as the mimeograpn advisor.
Junior Class Candidates
- Mr. Beadle crowning
Dale Larson and King Ernie.
Freshmen Class Candidates KING AND QUEEN
Sophomore Class Candidates
Prince and Princess
Neil Fjeld and ERNIE MATTSON and JUD1
Raymond Anvid and
Sandy Greer PEDERSEN of the senior Class Jane Obeidzinski
Mistress of Ceremonies
James Bong and
Carol Amborn CORQNATION
and Sam Stone
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Back row left to right: Coach Dave Beadle,
Neil Fjeld, Billy Dallmann, Tom Stoddard,
Rodney Lamb, Donald Eugenis, Douglas
Hackmen, Billy Blom, Raymond Anvid,
Peter Blom, Second row: Rolf Olson,
Melvin Stoddard, Marvin Hillstrom,
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Assistant Coach Arthur
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From left to right: Coach Richard Tuominen, Harry Milberger, John Gray, Larry
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Wojtysiak, Ernie Paulson, Charles Lind, Billy Dallmann, and Neil Field-
Kneeling: Manager, Tim Matuszak, and Coach, Dave Beadle.
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Left to right: Georgia Brewer, Bonnie Obeidzinski, Mary Jo Smith,
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Front row left to right: Linda Demenge, Rosemary Wojtysiak, Captain Linda
Dallmann, Sigue Armstrong, Jean Bumgardnerg Second row: Nancy Ranta, Toni
Randall, Yvonne Watkins, Linda Hollinger, Bette Dallmann.
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so have the days in our four years at
AlBrook. This book is being closed and
so 15 our last year of high school.
Before we say good-bye, on this page our
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
"A good bank to do business with"
"Everything for the traveling public"
Brooks ton , Minnesota
MINNESOTA POWER S
STORE AND FOUNTAIN
3893 Miller Trunk Highway
JOHNSON'S MO RTUARY
Slb East Third Street
FIRST N ATIONAL BANK
HBrunswick Service Dealersn
Miller Trunk Highway
BELL BROTHER, Nc.
HORN,S BURGER ILLE
Hiway 61 - Scanlon
FIRST ATIQ AL BA
NORTHWEST PAPER COM PA
Mills at Cloquet A Brainerd Minnesota
RUDY'S MILEAGE STATION
SUNNYSIDE PLUMBING k HEATING JIM'S HAM URGER HG Q F 1 O.1n
Gift Shop Cloquet, Minnesota Glas t us. 1' t
Harry J. Pederson 8: Ramon K. Pederson 'Oque ' llnneso a
U11 Sunnyside Drive STEWART FURNITURE COMPANY . ,
Cloquet, Minnesota Cloquet, Minnesota CLOQUET COTOP SHOPPING CENTER
CLOQUET TRANSFER COMPANY RELIABLE SAVINGS k LOAN CO.
Cloquet, Minnesota Cloquet, Minnesota
ANDERSON REST HOME
DR. M. J. RIDSON
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
SEARS, ROEBUCN, AND co.
1007 Cloquet Avenue
COAST TO COAST STORES
TRICO CO-OP OIL ASS'N.
DRS. PUUMALA A BEPKO
CLOQUET IMPLEMENT COMPANY
FIRST STATE BANK
1013 Cloquet Avenue
208 West Superior Street
Art A Sylvia, Prop.
Phone: DI 5-3316
THE CLINIC PHAWAACY
417 Skyline Boulevard
WEST END SEWING CENTER
1901 West Superior Street
ARROWHEAD CONCRETE WORKS
UPetal Perfect Flowersu
879-4629 Big Lake Road
225 East Chisholm Street
WOODRUFF LUMBER COMPANY
NELSON KNITTING MILLS
2105 West Superior Street
OLLILA LUMBER AND MARINE
2107 West Superior Street
PIKE LAKE GAMBLES STORE
3882 Miller Trunk Hiway
ANDERSON DAIRY INC.
Hiway 61 Phone: EV 4-4608
Carlton Quality Products
Fresh to Your Door
EAST END PLUMBING A HEATING
524 East 4th Street
J AND A HAMBURGER SHOP
5601 Grand Avenue
307 West Superior Street
ARROWHEAD REFINING CO.
Re-refining High Grade Motor
and Industrial Oils
3519 Miller Trunk Hwy.
Rudolph Beltt Q Milton Chabot
NThe Store of Personal Servicen
1001 Cloquet Avenue
nWet your whistle at Wetzel'sU
UNITED TRUCK BODY CO.
3357 Miller Trunk Highway
HOME OF MASTERCRAFT LIVINGROOM
FURNITURE RA 2-5258
1917 West Superior Street
3885 Miller Trunk Highway
Duluth 11, Minnesota
George A Betty Anderson, Prop.
1610 West Michigan Street
GA-N0-ME MOTEL AND RESTAURANT
PETERSON ANDERSON FLOWERS, INC.
331 West Superior Street
HBy the Bridgeu
WESTERN NATIONAL BANK or DULUTH
37th and Grand Avenue
West Duluth, Minnesota
Cloquet, Virginia, Grand Rapids
NORTHLAND CONSGLIDATED TEIEPHONES, INC.
Gas-Oil-Wrecker Service QAAAJ
2131 West Superior Street
Suburban and Farm Insurance
H0ver 50 Years of Dependable Servicen
LARSOM, SIMONSGN GENERAL STORE
FLOODWOOD CO-OPERATIVE ASS'N.
APCO TRUCK STOP
Open 24 Hours
KRON AUTO PARTS
Parts for all popular make cars
Marquett Welders A Rods
Wheel Alignment-Generator Repair
Floodwood, Minn. 476-2351
FARMER'S C0-OPERATIVE TRADING CO.
Wilho S. Ranta, Manager
Barny's Skyline HDirect Serviceu
Norman Barny, Proprietor
Thompson Electric Company
Holmstrand Variety 5 Hobby Store
120 Avenue C
1914 West Superior Street
Dr. F. Litman, Dentist
Chapman's Auto Body
Saginaw, Minn. RA 9-7001
Beckstrom Paint Company
HHouse of Color'
Stephen Body Shop
Twin Ports Opticians, Inc.
430 Medical Arts Building
Duluth 2, Minnesota
Pioneer National Bank
West Duluth, Minnesota
Denny's Standard Service
Floodwood, Minn. 476-2248
Floodwood Motor Company
General Merchandise Gas k Oil
TR 9-7565 Sawyer, Minn.
Millens Standard Service
Ada, Trina, and Rudolph Mattas
GA 7-4285 Meadowlands
John Duffy Motor Company
But Your Ford From Duffy
317 Scanlon Road
Dairy Queen King
Pl-16th Street TR 9-9525
Flowors for all Occasions
M. J. Widdes,1nc.
Bridgeman's Ice Cream
Fanny Farmer Candy
Brenny-Dahl Block Company
901 Hiway 33 South
Sunnyside A k W
North Hiway 33
Vern and Marie Vietanen
Barber and Beauty Shop
Garage and Implement
Korner Koffee Kup
Hiway 33, Saginaw
Hours: 4 A.M. to 8 P.M.
The Tulip Shop
Kaner's Men's Wear
Duluth Minnesota Dohnansky Motor and Implement
' Meadowlands, Minnesota
Hongisto Truck and Implement Co. ghogren Insurance Agency
Highway 39 North For Complete Insurance Protection
Cloquet. V1nne50t3 Carlton, Minnesota
Floodwood Hardware Inc.
Floodwood' Minnesota Quality Merchandise at Right Prices
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