Alexandria High School - Alexian Yearbook (Alexandria, MN)

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' "tin: ' 1LaEL'5iwifrLi:azuw:?:,.,w.1 Guiana 5?-figvfaia. me uf: Uffisvsxf ,4.2'-g,1'g:m:.?'f:,2i!ii1.r1a54W!u"!m'ils... ,.1','lw:mim..'1..Hcul.xf VM.. f -Q HHHVVUHU VVe have prepared our year book in the "spirit of youth." We hope our readers enjoy it. MN IEW JAH OO-EDITORS ---- JOAN BALLARD LUOILLE VAN WIE BUSINESS MGRS. - DARREL TETZLOFF JEAN JOHNSON ART EDITORS ---- ARLUE OLSON DELORES AN DERSON' SPORTS EDITORS - - - DON HUSTAD MARION GRONBEIZG PHOTOGRAPHY - LOREN SODERHOLM ALICE LINDQUIST ORGANIZATIONS - - - JANIOE HAKE DIANA SCOTT FACULTY ADVISOR - MISS MAXINE BEGIN lillltlllllll. An important factor in school life is spirit - the spirit of youth. It bubbles into music, dramatics, sports, studying, and fun. Without it our school Wouldn't bc a place of learning and of companion- ship. We Want to preserve some of this freshness, some of this vitality on the following pages. There- fore, we dedicate our year book to the "spirit of youth." -4- Mr. H. N. Peterson, Superintendent HUAHU U? EUUEMIUN A. M. OLSEX ----- l'RI+IS1lJtI+lN'l' A. XV. l'E'l'lCRSON - V11'l+1-l'Iil1lS1llENT IC. IC. GAIILON - - - - SlCl'RtE'l7ARY IDN. 11. J. LARSON - - 'l'HlCASl'Rl1lR IDR. V. E. CARLSON - - - HIRE! 'TOR E. VV. FLUEGEL - - - tlJIREl,"l'OR AUMINISHWIUN Mr. Clifford Rykken Senior High Principal UWC! SW? Miss Harriet Krueger Mimeograph Clerk Mrs. Frances Engstrom Principal's Secretary Mabel V. Johnson, Superintendenfs Secretary Knot pictured! Mr. Seeley Eastman Junior High Principal flill f HUM EEUNUWEE Miss Juno Trovatten, Home Economics Miss Jane Wall, Home Economics Miss Elizabeth Syrovy, Art WSIB Miss Gem-vie-vo Gustafson, Choir, Music Mr. Gardner Roth, Band, Orchestra, Music Mr. Al Hapke, Music Dirvctoi ENUM EWUHES Miss F1Ul'l'lll'l' D1-uiivlsoii, Sonior Social Scif-ucv Mr. Harry Falk, U. S. History Mr, Tod Ording, World History 'K'- me W uf ,, W4 C' fm 'M' f, ENEUEH Mrs. L. Wojcik, English II Miss Margaret Sateren, English 10, French Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, Librarian Miss Janet Lake, Senior English Mrs. Dorothy Bereth, Knot pictured! Latin -3- EUENEE Miss Maxine Begin, Biology Mr. Gordon Melby, Chemistry, Physics MAlHlM!lHEE Miss Edna Norskog, Geometry, Solid Geometry Mr. George Brohaugh, Advanced Algebra uummmznll Mrs. Gardner Roth, Bookkeeping, Typing Miss Doris Laine, Typing, Shorthand NUUSIHIM AWE Mr. Donald Olson, Industrial Arts Mr. Cliff Simonson, Industrial Arts QHYEIEM EUUEAHUN Miss Thelma Wiklund, Girls' Physical Education Mr. Lloyd Johnson, Boys' Physical Education -9- JUNWH H1844 HXEUUY iseatcdb Miss Ava Luchsinger, Mrs. John Kellogg, Mr. Seeley Eastman, Miss Emma Pirkl, Mrs. Alberta Clauson istandingj Mrs. Florence Rykken, Mrs. Viola Halvorson, Mrs. Jessie Dougherty, Mr. George Anderson EEHUUL NUM Miss Polly Hertig, R.N, - 10 - !iEP.lEUUUHi Dale Benson, Ray Ahlfors, Gordon Swanson, Angelo Paciotti, Clarence I-Iemming 2 n +, . 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' fe. 1 4 v w if -J Johnson, Darrel Tetzloff, Delore PHEEENHNE DELETTE AFFELDT Willowy GLRENE ALDOUS Good-natured Band 1-2-3: Orchestra 3: Choir 2-3: G.A.A. 1: Alexian Staff 33 Alex Hi- Times 3: Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 2: Hilarities 3: Double Sextette 3: Tumbling Team 3 DELORES ANDERSON Ambitious Library Board 3: Alexlan Staff 3: Switchboard 3 JOAN BALLARD Competent Drum and Bugle Corps 1-2-3: Speech 1-3: G.A.A. 1-2: Alexian Saff 3: Alex Hi-Times 1-2-3: Senior Class Play 3: Dramatics Club 11 Make-up Club 1: Class Officers 2: Student Council 1: All-School Play 1 C PRALDINE BARTHELEMY Gracious National Honor Society 3: Sigma Beta Phi 2-33 Choir 2-3: Speech 1-2-3: G.A.A. 1: Alexian Staff 3: Alex Hi-Times 2-33 Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 2: Stage Force 11 Class Officers 1: Hilarities 3: Double Sextette 3 JACQUELINE BARTHELEMY Vivacious National Honor Society 3: Sigma Beta Phi 2-3: Band 1-2-35 Orchestra 1-2-33 Drum and Bugle Corps 12 Choir 1-2-3: Sextette 3: Speech 1: Alexian Staff 3: Alex Hi-Times 1-2-3: Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 2: Stage Force 1: Hilarities 3: Cheer-Leaders 1 - 2 - 3 : Tumbling Team 1-2 WILLIS BREDE Foot-loose School Patrol 3: Junior Class Play 2: Stage Force 2-3 DFLORES CHRISTENSEN Cautious National Honor Society 3: Sigma Beta Phi 3: Choir 2-3: Alexian Staff 3: Alex Hi-Times 3: Senior Class Play 3: Class Officers 3: Student Council 2: Teen Canteen Officer 2 MIR-IAM CORDES Contentious Drum and Bugle Corps 1-2-3: G.A.A. 1-23 Alex Hi-Times 1-2-3 FLORENCE ANDERSON Jolly Alexian Staff 3: Senior Class Play 35 Make-up Club 3 ROMAYNE ANDERSON Peppy Drum and Bugle Corps 3: G. A. A. 1-2: Alexian Staff 3: Alex Hi-Times 1-2-3 DORIS ASLAGSON Earnest G.A.A. 1-3: Library Board 1-2-3: Audio Visual Club 3: Make-up Club 1 ANNA MAE BERG Flirtatious Library Board 2-3: Alexian Staff 3: Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 2: Make-up Club 1-2-3 JOHN BERGLUND Composed School Patrol 1: Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 2: Intramural Bas- ketball 1-2: Track 2-31 Football 1-2-3 DONALD BESONEN Guileless School Patrol 2-3: Stage Force 3: Intramural Basketball 1-2 CHARLES DONNER Unconcerned Junior Class Play 2: Football 3 ROBERT DUEA Insouciant Stage Force 3 DEVONNA EK Shy ARLYS ENGLUND Unassuming Alexian Staff 3 IDREY FEDA Spicy Drum and Bugle Corps 2-32 G.A.A. 1 MES FLODING Fun-loving School Patrol 31 Audio Visual Club 12 Stage Force 1-31 Football 1. Hilarities 3 DYTHE GRANLUND Calm Make-up Club 2-3 XRION GRONBERG Daring Band Majorette 3: Drum and Bugle Corps 1-23 Choir 1-2-33 Speech 3g G.A.A. 1-2-33 Alexian Staff 3: Alex Hi-Times 1-2-33 Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 23 Stage Force 1-2: Make-up Club 2-33 Cheer-Leaders 2-3: Tumbling Team 1-2-3: Double Sextette 3 ELVIN GRUNDEI Stoical Junior Class Play 2 ZRNON HASS Dauntless Choir 13 Speech 33 Senior Class Play 33 Junior Class Play 2: Stage Force 2-33 Intramural Basketball 1'2Q Basketball 33 Track 13 Football 1-2-33 Baseball 3 'HN HEDINE Suave Choir 33 Library Board 2-3: Alexian Staff 33 Senior Class Play 33 Junior Class Play 23 Student Council 3 .UREL HENDERSON Reticent Band 1-2-3 LORAYNE FRITZ Steady Sigma Beta Phi 2-3: Band 1-2-32 Or- chestra 3: G.A.A, 1: Alexian Staff 3: Alex I-li-Times 3: Class Officer 2: Hilarities 33 Senior Class Play 33 Junior Class Play 2 VIRGIL GAGNON Mature Speech 13 Returned Veteran LOIS GILBERTSON Whimsical Sigma Beta Phi 2-3: Drum and Bugle Corps 1-2-3: Choir 1-2-33 Sextette 33 Library Board 13 Alexian Staff 33 Alex Hi-Times 2-33 Junior Class Play 23 Stage Force 13 Class Officers 21 Stu- dent Council 23 Hilarities 33 Cheer- Leaders 2-33 Tumbling Team 1 JANICE HAKE Fe rvent Choir 2: Speech 1: G.A.A. 12 Alexian Staff 3: Alex Hi-Times 1-2-33 Senior Class Play 33 Junior Class Play 23 Dramatics Club 1: All School Play 13 Switchboard 1-2-3 NELLE HALSTEAD Enterprising Sigma Beta Phi 33 Drum and Bugle Corns 1-2-3: Speech 1-2-33 G.A.A. 1-23 Library Board 13 Alexian Staff 33 Alex Hi-Times 1-2-33 Senior Class Play 33 Junior Class Play 23 Dramatics Club 1-2-33 Make-up Club 33 Class Officers 13 Student Council 13 Hilarities 1: Cheer-leaders 1-2-33 Tumbling Team 1 ORVILLE HANSON Paterrial Audio Visual Club 1-2: Stage Force 1-23 Camera Club 13 Returned Veteran3 Alexian 3 ROGER HENNINGSGAARD Accommodating Speech 3: Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 2: Intramural Basketball 1-2-33 Track 2-3 DONALD HUSTAD Smooih Junior Kiwanian 33 Alexian Staff 3: Alex Hi-Times 33 Senior Class Play I Hilarities 3 DOROTHY HUSTAD Pleasant Drum and Bugle Corns 71' Choir 'Zz Sextette 33 Alexian Staff 5: Alex H1- Times 33 Senior Class Play 3' Z"-nv ties 3 DOROTHY l-IUWE Regal G.A.A. 2-31 Homecoming Queen 3 ADRIENNE IVERSON Dextrous National Honor Society 2-3: Sigma Beta Phi 2-35 Band 1-2-31 Orchestra 1-2-35 Ragtime Band 15 Choir 2-35 Sextotte 2-35 Alexian Staff 35 Alex Hi-Times 35 Hilarities 1-3 JERRY JENSEN Devil-may-care Audio Visual Club 3 JUNE JOHNSON Unostentatious Library Board 31 Senior Class Play 3 MURIEL JOHNSON Gentle National Honor Society 3: Choir 1-35 G.A.A. 35 Library Board 2-3: Senior Class Play 3 ROBERT JOHNSON Affable Alex Hi-Times 3: Senior Class Play 33 Junior Class Play 25 Hilarities 3 WILLARD KRUEGER Muscular School Patrol 2-3: Alex Hi-Times 31 Senior Class Play 3: Stage Force 35 Basketball 2-35 Track 2-35 Football 1-2-35 Hilarities 3 DAVID KUESTER. Comradely Junior Kiwanians 3: School Patrol 1-2-35 Alex Hi-Times 15 Stage Force 3: Intramural Basketball 1-2-35 Track 2-35 Football 2-35 Hilarities 3 EDMUND LARBON Mas terly Returned Veteran ARTHUR JOHNSON Geiiial Choir 2-35 Alexian Staff 3: Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 2 Intramural Basketball 1-2-3: Football 2-3 DONNA JOHNSON Impassive Library Board 1-2-35 Alexian Staff 3 JEAN JOHNSON Self-contained Drum and Bugle Corps 3: Choir 1-2-35 Sextette 3: G.A.A. 1: Alexian Staff 3: Alex Hi-Times 2-3: Junior Class Play 23 Stage Force 1: Class Officer 35 Student Council 35 Hilarities 3 BEVERLY KITTELSON Rollicking G.A,A. 25 Intramural Basketball 2 ARLO KLUVER Turbulent School Patrol 1-2-35 Alex Hi-Times 35 Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 2g Stage Force 3: Basketball 1-2-35 Track 2-35 Football 1-2-3 ELEANOR KRAUSE Fixed National Honor Swciety 3: Library Board 2-3: Junior Class Play 2: Switchboard 2 JAMES LARSON Pint-Sized JOHN LEE Distinguished National Honor Society 2-3: Band 2-3: Orchestra 1-2-33 Choir 2-3: Junior Ki- wanians 35 Alexian Staff 35 Senior Class Play 33 Junior Class Play 25 Student Council 5 Hilarlties 3 MARILYN LEWIS Friendly Choir 2: G.A.A. 1 LYCE LINDQUIST Artistic Choir 2-33 Alc:-:ian Staff 3: Student Council 3 YLE McCUTCIIEiJ Dxisendable Junior Kiwanmzis 33 School Patrol 1-2-35 Alex Hi-Times 1: Senior Class Play 33 Junior Class Play 2: Intra- mural Basketball 1-2-3: Football 23 Hilarities 3: Teen Canteen Officer 3 OEERT MELAAS Individual Junior liiwanlans 'JL Stag? Force 3: Basketball 1-2-32 Track 2-3: Football 1-2-32 Hilarities 3 ETTY IXIAE IXIUYRES Congcnial Band 1-2-32 Cw.A.A, 1-21 Intramural Basketball 2 UGENE MYRIN Ilaoiiy-go-lucky LMA NEISEN Modest Switchboard 3 ,ARIENE OLSON Composed Urun and Bugle Cor is 2: Alexian Staff 33 Junior Class Play 2 AROLD OLSON Meek Junior Kiwanians 3 DRMA OLSON Garrulous Drum and Bugle Corps 1-2-3: Choir 1-2-33 G.A.A. 1-23 Alex Hi-Times 1-2-3: Hilarities 33 Double Sextette 3 DARLIENE MOITTEN Etllereztl Choir 1-2-3g Alexian Staff 3: Scnior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 2: Hilarities 33 Pianist for Musical Groujs AUDREY MORSE Impish CURTIS MORSE Puerile School Patrol 12-3: Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 2: Basketball 31 Track 35 Football 1-2-3 EUGENE NELSON Lackadaisical School Patrol 2-33 Stage Force 35 Intra- mural Basketball l-2-3: Football 2 JACK O'BRIEN Mischievous Junior Kiwanian 3: School Patrul 3-3: Intramural Basketball 1-2-3: Hilari- ties 3 ARLUE OLSON Exuberant Drum and Bugle Corps 35 Chair 1-2-3: Speech 13 G.A.A, 13 Ale'-:ian Staff 3g Alex Hi-Times 1-2-3: Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 23 Stage Force 13 Triple Trio 12 Student Council 13 Hil- arities 1-32 Tumbling Team 1: Double Sextettc 3 VJINSTON OLSON Windy Returned Veteran DUANE OSBORN Enigniatic Junior Kiwanians 33 Audio Visual Club 1-23 Hilarities 3 JACQUELIN OSETH Swggf Drum and Bugle Corps 33 G.A.A. 13 Library Board 3: Alexian Staff 3: Alex Hi-Times 3 Junior Class Play 23 Senior Class Play 3 ALFRED PATRICK Irish Junior Class Play 2 JEANETTE PEACOCK Amiable G.A.A. 12 Intramural Basketball 2 ALICE PERBSON Bland Library Board 1-2-3 SHIRLEY ROSENQUIST Flippant Band 1-2-33 Choir 11 Library Board 1-2-33 Alexian Staff 35 Alex Hi-Times 3 ROBERT ROSENGREN Procrastinabinz Static Force 3 EARL BANDQUIST Different CARL SEELEY Propitious Library Board 2-3: S':hool Patrol 2-33 Alexlan Staff 35 Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 23 Stage Force 3: Football 2-33 Student Council 2-3: Hi- larltles 3 DALE SHELDON Eristic National Honor Society 3: Band 1-2-31 Orchestra l-2-33 Ragtime Band 2-33 Choir 2-33 Junior Klwanians 3: Alexlan Staff 33 Senior Class Play 31 Junior Class Play 23 Hllarltles 3 CHARLES SHOGREN Cavalier Choir 1-2-31 Speech 2-3: School Patrol Senior Class Play 33 Junior Class Play 2: Stage Force 1-2-3 SHIRLEY PETERSON Gifted Sigma Beta Phi 2-3: Orchestra 2-31 Ragtime Band 2: Speech lg G.A.A. 13 Alexian Staff 33 Alex Hi-Times 2-31 Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 25 Class Officer 1: Student Council 2-33 Hilarities 1-33 Tumbling Team 1 THELMA RASSAT HaPDY ANGELINE ROBERTSON NOD-Committal Band 23 Library Board 1-3 JENNIS SCHULKE Placid Choir 23 Library Board 3 HARLAN SCHUNEMAN Applicatoty Key Club 3 DIANA SCOTT Facetious Drum and Bugle Corps 3: Spfech 3: Alexian Staff 3: Alex Hi-Times 33 Senior Class Play 33 Junior Class Play 23 Hilarities 3 LORAINE SIMONSON Blithe Library Board 1-2-33 Senior Class Play 33 Switchboard 3 DUANE SMITH Imnerturbable Stage Force 3: Intramural Basketball 1-2-33 Track 2-33 Football 2-3 LOREN SODERHOLM Sincere Audio Visual Club 2-3: Alex Hi-Times Alexian 3 HEO SODERHOLM Benign Drum and Bugle Corps 1-2-31 Choir 2-3: Library Board 2: Alexian Staff 3: Alex Hi-Times 3: Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 2 EVERLY STAECK Nice Library Board 3 ORMAN STEDJE Reticent RION SWORD Ambitious Band 1-2-3: Orchestra 2-3: Ragtime Band 2-3: Choir 2-31 School Patrol 1-2-33 Audio Visual Club 3: Junior Class Play 22 Stage Force 2-3: Hilar- ities 1-3 ,ARLYN TANGEN Complaisant Band 1-2-3: Choir 2-3: SI-leech 3: G.A.A. lg Library Board 1: Alexian Staff 3: Alex Hi-Times 3: Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 2: Intramural Basketball 1 ARRELL TETZLOFF Capable Speech 3: Junior Kiwanians 3: School Patrol 3: Alexian Staff 31 Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 22 Intra- mural Basketball 2: Track 3: Football 23 Class Officers 3: Hilarities 3: Te:n Canteen Officer 3 ERENE WAGNER Languid Band 3: G.A,A. 2-3: Junior Class Play 2: Intramural Basketball 2-3 LDONNA WACHTER Chattiv' Choir 1: Alexian Staff 3 HIRLEY WHITING Amusing Band 3: Choir 1: Make-up Club 3 RUTH STEINBERG Nonchalant Choir 3: Alex Hi-Times 3 JANIS STENZEL Svelte Choir l-2-3: Sextette 2-3: Library Board 2: Alexian Staff 3: Alex Hi- Times 3: Make-up Club 2i Hilarities 3 MAJEL STREU Courageous Choir 1: Library Board l-2-3: Alexian Staff 3 AUDREY TREFEHREN Agile Choir 1: G.A.A. 3: Intramural Basket- ball 1-2-3 LUCILLE VAN WIE Paradoxical Sigma Beta Phi 2-31 Audio Visual Club 1-2-3: Alexiari Staff 3: Alex Hi- Times 1-2-3: Senior Class Play 3: Junior Class Play 2: Stage Force 3: Make-up Club 1: Student Council 3: I-Iilarities 3: Student Activities Manager 2-3 DONNA WAGNER Cbquettish Band 2-35 G.A.A. 1-2 LORRAINE WIDHOLM Soft-voiced Choir l MAVIS ZASTROW Soft-1,1101-:en Library Board 3: Senior Class Play 3 VIRGINIA ZASTROW Silent Most popular boy - Most popular girl - Best looking boy - Best looking girl - Best dressed boy - Best dressed girl - Wittiest boy - - VVittiest girl - - Most talented boy Most talented girl HAH Ut HXME Most likely to succeed Cboyj - - - Darrel Tetzloff La Nelle Halstead - - Curtis Morse - Dorothy Huwe - Arthur Johnson - Dorothy Hustad - Jack C'Brien - Crerene Aldous - - - John Lee Shirley Peterson - Earl Sandquist Most likely to succeed Cgirlj - - - - Delores Christensen Most bashful boy ----- - - Harlan Sehunemann Most bashful girl ---- - - Audrey Trefehren Best boy athlete - - - Robert Melaas Best girl athlete - - - - Marion Gronberg Most courteous boy - - - - John Hedine Most courteous girl - - - Jackie Oseth Most studious boy - - - - - Dale Sheldon Most studious girl - - Adrienne Iversen Nfllllllllll HUNUH SUUHY Jackie Barthelemy Donald Bertoch - - Delores Christensen Adrienne Iversen - Muriel Johnson - Robert Johnson - - Eleanor Krause - - David Kuester - - - John Lee - Kathryn LeRoy - Shirley Peterson - - Diana Scott - Dale Sheldon - Marilyn Torrey - Lucille Van Wie -Q0- hryn LeRoy, Rollo Glade, Donald PHEEENWINE H45 B JUNIOR CLASS GROUP ONE FIRST ROW: I. Lee, M. Nocske, K. LeRoy, J. Hedine, J. Lokken, S. Landecne, B. Van Wie, R. Johnson J. Hanson, M. Torrey SECOND ROW: C. Iverson, R. Beilke, N, Pouieranz, S. Larson, M. Krueger, C. Johnson, B. Ganje, A Schulz, E. Lake, K. Krusemark THIRD ROW: D. Grodahl, B. Lommen, G. Palmer, C. Bergstrom. V. Baker. L. Frisk, A. Norlinger, E Zeigelmann, H. Magnuson. A. Brucske, J. Kiehne. B. Derglund GROUP TWO FIRST ROW: K. LaVasseur, D. Schumacher, C. Hallberg, A. Knutson, G. Peterson, C. Angus, M. Ritten, D. Sizzling, E. Anderson, B. Shogren, R. Glade SECOND ROW: D. Anderson, D. Borchert, M. Backlund. P. Swanson, H. Hass, M. Max, L. Van Deusen. J. Lorenz, M. Ostlund, P. Johnson, R. Brozek, L. Moll, L. Volkman THIRD ROW: C. Brown, L. Larson. P. Youngner, R. Johnson, V. Batcsole, Cr. Keck, B. Plagman, D. Peterson, R. Reller, A. Miller, D. Krengel, L. Mickelson, E. Nelson - 22 - GROUP ONE FIRST ROW: W. Benesh. M. Porter, J. Walsh. J. Tvrdik, D. Lorsung. B. Pommerenke, E. Weber I SECOND ROW: R. Bertoch, W. Coykendall, R. Nack, G. Roers, D. Van Eaton. A. Udell. L. Marxen, M. Ley THIRD ROW: G. Lelaas, L. Lofdahl, A. Anderson, A. Schuelke, M. Svee. N. Smith, L. Roers, M. Ritten GRCDUP TWO FIRST ROW: R. Miller, A. Hiebel. J. Jensen. R. Gagnon, D. Bertoch, R. Grubb, R. Stumm, R. Hanson. L. Urness SECOND ROXV: A. Adensam, M. Muyres. L. Olson, M. Zartok, J. Korekas, S. Auran, E. Johnson, V. Cassell. J. Eric son THIRD ROW: L. Steidl, N. Schlosser. G. Patterson, A. Persson, S. I. Peterson. E. Froemming. E. Strand. D. Olson JUNIUH MSE A SAILOR'S LIFE As I stand My midnight watch On board a ship that trembles Through wavy salt water, Following its course to a place far distant Where I have never been, I look up into a clear sky And watch the stars brightly twinkle. The moon so round and firm Throws down its beam of light Into the water. Its phosphorous glow makes me lonely. I wish so much to be back home With the one I left behind. - Winston E. Olson, Returned Veteran - 24 - Barthelem PHEEENHNE y, Ray McDonald, Robert Krohnfeldt WE -25- SUPHUMUHES GROUP ONE FIRST ROW: J. Hanson. C. Hibbard, R. Johnson, R. Towncr, R. Peterson, T. Mayer, L. Kiehne, D. Myers R. Reese. L. Brueske SECOND ROW: M. Anderson, O. Withers, D. Linser, D. Linstrom, A. Brouns, L. Kelly, G. Besoneu. E Rosell, D. Melzcr, A. Seltz, D. Nelson THIRD ROW: M. Peterson, D. Engstrom, D. Paulson, A. Borchert, B. Brechbicl, D. Christopherson. M Davis, V. Lemke, A. Schoenick. E. Menzel, N. Stark, O. Botner, G. Bundy GROUP TWO FIRST ROW: B. Vogt, R, Zimmel. L. Whiting, M. Soberg. G. Soberg, D. Toft, A. Arvidson, J. Wagner, D Mrnak, M. Tunberg SECOND ROW: W. Whittaker, G. Nelson, V. Wcstlund, N. Gulbrandsun, J. Lantz, A. Satterlec. W. Andcr son, K. Wussow, A. Mavrnuson, R. Hanson THIRD ROW: D. Lommcn, M, Anderson. N. Steen, M. Wesen, J. Waistad, Cv. Olson, D. Vacek, A. Clark M. Oberg, D. Mohawk. B. Wagenius, L. Torrey, H. Glaas. B. Kuhnc -26- GROUP ONE FIRST ROW: D. Loseke, M. R. Chan, D. Werline, M. Flaig, H. Sessions, J. Barthelemy, J. Scherrer, B Michaelson, B. Olson SECOND ROW: R. Larson, D. Rabehl, G. Swore, A. Gronberg, M. L. Peterson, A. Johnson, B. Dittberner E, Jacobson, S. Backlund, J. Quist, D. Lundstrom THIRD ROW: C. Linder, C. Johnson, D. Bblund, D. Hanson, J. Sherlin, D. Dierckhising,,M. Nelson, B Barthelomew, B. Krohnfeldt, B. Johnson, D. Englund GROUP TWO FIRST ROW: E. Berglund, L. U. Taylor, B. Hanson, D. Gullgren. D. Swenson, R. Anderson. J. Shea, G Becker, T. Hanson SECOND ROW: D. Hiebel, H. Mix, V. Behrens, V. Bloedorn, R. Buelke, D. Oberg, R. Thimell, N. D. Zabel D. Lorenz. R. Sather, H. Barros THIRD ROW: P. Trisko, C. Krueger, L. V. Botzet, J. Shea, L. Archer, D. Morse, G. Swenson, H. Svee, V Hartman, L. Matula, J. Jensen GROUP THREE FIRST ROW: J. Hill, D. Aclanifs, J. Berg, L. Kliewar, M. Lindgren, B. Allen, R. McDonald, E. Platt SECOND ROW: B. Callaghan, E. Van Wie, B. Bienek, A. Johnson, P. Lemke, A. Moilanen, R. Hagedorii D. Engebretson, M. Hammer THIRD ROW: S. Moll, K. Steidl, G. Salmonson, J. Donner, D. Sandquist, A. Krueger, D. Willie, A Johanson, H. Brockopp, A. Zeigelmann, J. Cooper EHUUPE PP UP HUPHUMURES -27- i THE RETURN ING SOLDIER I think it was because I was so sad, I did not see this man across from me. VVhen I looked up, I saw him, khaki-clad, VVith thoughts that turned on things which were to be Would home, which seemed so dear to him before, Still be the same as 'twas three years ago? His job - would it be waiting at the store? And what l1as happened? They all will want to know. The crowd that used to meet downtown was grand. But that was all before he signed his name, A member i11 the service of his land. And what of Sue - would she still feel the same? These thoughts were speeding faster than the wheels That carried this young hero home, who had, Because I know how he returning feels, Made my misfortune seem not half so bad. Dorothy I-Iuwe, Senior -2g- QSSXL E 3 'Q AL a 5 I 5 K I 3 E ! 1: F E FIRST ROW: B. Pommeranke, B. Muyres. D. Dyricla, J. Hnn's'n, J. Lokken, J. Hedine, R. Van Wie, A. Gronberg. M. Gronberff, J. Lorenz, E. Tanquist, C. Angus, R. J131lIl13UI1, D. V111 Eaton. D. Shel1l11n, K. liriismnark SECOND ROW: D. Hanson, K, E1'i1wn. I.. Fritz. M. Max, K I.eR'1y, M. Noeske. S. Rofienquist. A. Knutson, P. Barthelemy, J. Barthelemy, E. Nelson. J. Osren. B. V.'a1:e11i11s, M. 51170115 M. Tannen, A, Udell, A. Anderson, V. Warmer THIRD ROW: J. Barlhelciny, D. Grodahl, S. Ln11d01'1111. N, l-lain, S. Vvhitiiua. B. B11ul'1w, J. Murdacli, G. Aldous. D. Reese, R. Aiiderson. R. MacD11nal1l. J. Lee. M. 11l'llE'flPl', O. Sword, D. Neller, I.. H1-111i11rsz1n, M. Baeklin. D. Wanner, S. Larson A. Iverson A1T1l11llQ1l 11111 11111111 g111 off 111 21 slow s1111'1 it w111'ke11 11s way 1111 111 110111111111 El 11111 111111-11 11111111. 31111111 111111111 111111 110 g1'iv011 111 Mr. H11111, 11111 1111'01'1111', Mr. 1111111111, w1111 110111011 11111011, 211111 11111 11111- s1111111i11g' s11x11111111110 s111-111111. '1'110 11211111 1111111111 111111 111 1111 11111 111111111 f111111111l1 gil11l1'S W1111 11s s11111111y u111f111'111s 211111 lIlill't'1l1llQ' f111'11111111111s. T110 11211111 1111151111 " 1,1101 H1111.1,Q2lS2l1lt0X'L1l'11ll'L?,,1J'X' V1111 S11111111 111 11111 Music F11s1iv111 111 G11111w111111. FIRST ROW: J. Lorenz, C. Johnson. R. Tl11n1ell, J. Stenzel, D.Eng1und, B. Van Wie, R. Johnson, J. Johnson. R. Hanson SECOND ROW: A. Hiebel, M. Gronloerg, J. Hedine. S. Peterson. H. Magnusoii. J. Sherlin, M. Flaig, J. Barthelemy. J. Barthel- emy. M. Reller, G. Peterson, A. Noriinser, A. Persson, A. Johnson, D. Christiansen, S. Peterson, Miss Gustafson THIRD ROW: T. Soderholm, A. Olson, A. Iverson. S. Backlund, J. Hanson, D. Toft, M. Nelson, D. Siehng, A. Clark. C. Linder, B. Barthelomew, M. Peterson, D. Hustad, M. Chan, L. Gilbertson, E. Johnson FOURTH ROW: N. Olson, J. Erickson, D. Morken, L. Kliewar, J. Kiehne, G. Keck, G. Aldous, D. Peterson, J. Quist, I. Lee, M. Johnson, M. Max, A. Lindquist, G. Bartlieleniy. K. LeRoy FIFTH ROW: D, Paulson, R. Johnson, A. Johnson, D. Engstrom. D. Reese, B. Krohnfeldt, O. Sword, J. Lee. E. Lake, T. Hanson, C. Sliogren, J. Hedine. K. Kruseniark, D. Adams, D. Stunini, S. Larson, M. Krueger, D. Myers V110 112111 il Yl'1'.V 11111511 11111111' 111is 'Y0111' 111111 21 V0l'y Slll2l11 l'1l111l' 11111111. 1QV01'f'1111l1y 1111,111y1111 111111111' 111 11. 111111 111111' 1111111'1 1-1111111111111 11111 111111-11 111111111 S1l2ll'1ll1.L' 11111 1111111111 wi111 11111 11111111 111111 111'1'1111s11'11. NVQ w111'11 l11I'l,'l'10C1 111' Miss f1l1S12lfSO11, W1111 111s11 111'g11111z1111 1110 S11x10110 111111 1110 1111111110 S0x10110. A Illl1Il1l0l' of 1111111'01'1s YVl'l'0 111'0s01111111 1111s yC2ll'. C111'111s were sung 11ll'0l1g'1l 1110 1121118 111 111ll'1S11llilS 111110. A 1111110011 of Folk Music C1l11'.1llg' Musiv E11u1'111i1.111 1110014 w11s g1V1111. HO A1311 'l'11y 11111111 211111 S11111011101111111157112111111 1111111211115 was sung 111 11111 Music Festival. - - FIRST ROW: A, Iverson, J. Lee, B. Michaelson, G. Swore, B. Berglund, B. Lommen, E. Jacobson SECOND ROW: J. Murdach, L. Iverson, S. Tangen. D. Sheldon, K. LeRoy, L. Fritz, M. Noeskc, J. Lokkcn, J. Hedine, B. Van Wie, G. Wick, A. Gronberfz. A. Stenson. S. Backlund THIRD ROW: S, Udell. M. Krueger, B, Buclow, D. Dyncla, D. Grodahl, K. Krusexnark, S. Landeenc, J, Barthelemy, O. Sword. G. Aldous, D, Van Eaton, V. Baker, S. Peterson, C. Bergstrom, Mr. G. Roth, D. Reese ORUI IESTHA 'l'11vsfla1ys and 'l'lnn'sdz1ys wvro the days for o1'vlu-strzi 1ll'2lt'il1'l' this .V02ll'. lt was ai young and iiicxpwieiivocl orgzuiizzitioii with niziny of its 1ll0lIlll0l'S playing in it for tho first tinic. hlllvll vrcdit, liowa-vcr, should he givon it for playing as We-ll as it did in the fllll'lSfIll2lS l,1'0g'l'211Il and other occasions. ln the Mnsif- Festival at Glenwood the U1'l'll0S'fl'2l plaiivml "'l':1lc-s Froln Vienna VVoods" by Strauss. FIRST ROW: B. Lommen, D. Scott, D. Hustad, A. Olson, L. Gilbertson, L. Halstead, J. Johnson, T. Soderholm, J. Oseth SECOND ROW: J, Hockett, M. Porter, G. Peterson, N. Angen, N. Olson, M. Peterson, J. Flaig, A. Feda THIRD ROW: D, Loseke, J. Quist, J. Lorenz, J. Ballard, R. Anderson, M. Cordes, M. Max, J, Erickson IJRIITM AND Blfflllltl CORPS V. . . 1. With an oyo on tho drnni 1i1aJo1'ctt1-, Lois hilhc-rtson, thc llrlnn and Bnglx- Corps put on many volorfnl and lllf0l'l'Sl'lllQ clc-nionstrzltions this .Y0ill'. Melnborsllip i11 this g.L'1'0ll1D is linlitod to sonior high girls. Mr. Roth is tho for-ulty zulvisz-V. - 32 - THE DOUBLE SEXTETTE LEFT TO RIGHT: Marion Gronberg, De- lores Englund. Arlue Olson, Norma Olson. Donna Peterson. Gerene Aldous. Jo Ann Lokken, Gloria Keck, Mary Lou Peterson, Marlys Max, Arlene Gronberg. Gerry Barthelemy 1 Music haTl1 vliarni . . . aiicl so liavm- Tho girls in The lloulilo S0xT0TTe who appeared ou several prograins This year. llllll0l' Tho flirvf-Tioii of Miss Gustafson The girls sang' aT The T'l1risT111iis iillll- cfort, Hilaritios, and Pll1Tl'l'1lO2l1l ref-iTal. 'lllwy also voniliiiivcl wiTl1 The SQXTQTTQ To sing "Clouds" at The music' f0sTiVal in Urlciiwood. THE SEXTETTE LEFT TO RIGHT: Dorothy Hustad, Adri- enne Iverson. Jacl-tie Barthelemy. Darlene Morken. Janis Stcnzel, Jean Johnson, Lois Gilbcrtson Slllglllg' for L'V0l'f'0ll0 cluriiigg Tho 'wa 1' was The 1-njoyalmlv Task of Tlw S0XT1'TTv. AT l'l11'isTl11as, Tlwy i'Zl1'Ul0ll in 'f1'2lLllil0llZll vos- Tuinvs, Tlu-y also sang' aT fill' llilariTivs, 1Tillit'l'1l02lll rvviTial, and fll1I'lSi1Il2lS i'OIl1'Cl'i. AT The Gloiiwoocl Fc-sTiVal The SQXTQTTQ- was cliosen as The 0llfSt21lllllI1g.1' group of girls' Voives. They were asked To sing Their SQli'I'tl0ll "T,lVas April" aT The g.Q'1'ZlllCll' finale of The f0sTival. .,., -Ou- FIRST ROW: Donald Dyuda, DuAnn Hanson. Jim Hanson, Dxck Rcvsc SECOND ROW: Orion Sword, Dean Van Eaton, Keith Kl'I1SCIll81'Ii THIRD ROW: Myron KI'U9H0l'. Bobby K1'uIxn1r'1dI 1 17 w W 1 y v IIAI1 I IMIQ IwAN II 'I'I11- HEIQIIIIII' lmml, IMI Ivy Orion Swuwl :xml sllps-1'x'isI-+I ln' 1 I rclnvl' Iwtll, has put in il yvzu' uf Imrfl work and good vluying. I This I'UIIl msitv m'f"a1n1z:1tlm1 of ilIll2l1l'llI'S and wofvsslmlzlls has bw vpliwl IIN- music- for lllilllj' of flu- svluml clam-I-N and fm' thv 'I'wr1I'u11tw-11. I 'F yqvin I a s 5 Ak 5 V' I "if , O , I I sim X N' SCI-ICDQL SPIRIT IOIS GIIBERISON MARION GRONBERG - 34 - FIRST ROW: J. Walstad, J. Mickelson, M. Wesen, V. Hartman. B. Wagenius, E. Van Wie, A. Satterlee SECOND ROW: R. Glade, D. Nelson, J. Jensen, D. Gulgren, D. Myers, H. Mayer, R. Enselhart, E. Froeming. L. Van Wie, J. Erickson THIRD ROW: J. Jensen, D. Aslagson, C. Iverson, E. Sword, R. Beilke, V. Westlund AUDIO-VISUAL CLUB Students who are interested in photography and in serving the school have an opportunity to do this in the showing of filnis to classes. Under the direction of Mr. Gordon Melby who sched- ules all the lilins, the group handles all the visual aids for the grades and high school. LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Krusemark, M. Krueger, C. Johnson, B. Van Wie, P. Johnson, A. Knutson, J. Hanson, M. Max, B. Plagman, D. Van Eaton, G. Patterson, W. Coykendahl, D. Dynda, K. LeRoy. G. Keck. J. Hedine AUDITORIUM PROGRAMS Pictured above is one of the groups which put on an audi- torium program for the student body. Once a week pupils are excused from their studies for an hour of entertainnient. Guest artists, church and civic leaders, and the students have provided this relaxation throughout the school year. -35- EENPUH ELASE PLAY FIRST ROW: J. Ballard. S. Peterson. J. Barthelemy SECOND ROW: D. Sheldon. D. Tetzloff. J. Hedine, C. Shogren, M. Gronberg. R. Hennmgsgaard THIRD ROW: C. Seeley. D. Hustad, L. McCutchen. G. Earthelemy. J. Lee "JUNIOR MISS" 'l'hm- senior vhiss play, Hvlllllllbl' Miss" was given Novi-iilhoi' 22. 'l'ho play is El fast inoviiigg' story of aiu 2lfi0lUSf'0Ili' g'l'Zltlll2lilIlg into il 'Hliiiiiui' Miss". Uoavliecl hy Miss Janet Imkc, thc play was il big' hit in the Sl'l100lyl'ZlI'. 2 52,5 X :it 3 1 Q ' Q Z J 3 I Wayne Cokdendahl, Ima Joan Lee, La t f K Nellc Halstead g 1 7 f Diana Scott, Clifton Johnson, Ruger i Hcnningsgaard K E A 2 E HTWO UIZOOKS ANI? A LADY" l'wn t'1'mmks :mel il liz1cly" was il. piwjwt, of thu spa-ovli 1-lass. It was givcii on 21 Spoof-li Night along with I't'2lLllllgS hy llclos Myers, Doris Maur fimclzilil, Kzithryn Lclioy. Keith Krusoillark, and Mzirilyn Aiich-rsoii. The play rzitocl ext-client in the 1'0g'l0IlZcll 4-mitvst. Spf-1-vll Niglit was given to help i'lIlillll'0 il trip to seo 't1lz1111lct" ut the l1y1'l'llIIl theaitci' iii Miniivzipolis. L47 - 36 - "tHlllElMllS Elllllll SITTING: C. Hallberg, M. Gronberg, D Scott, M. Reller STANDING: G. Barthelemy. J. Ballard. L Halstead, C. Johnson, R. Bielke, I. Lee V. Hass, E. Purdy. C. Shogren. G. Aldous R. Henningsgaarcl. W. Coykendahl NCh1'lSt1112lS Carol" by Charles Dickens Was given by the speeeh department. Under the supervision of Miss Lake the de- lilI'f111011t has furnished the sehool and eivie ffrou as of Alexandria u u 1 with several programs, btudents Who did Work ln the departinent nlade outstanding' aelnevenients at the s Jeeeh festivals this VQ12l1'. Z7 U EPHEH WINNERS FIRST ROW: Kathryn LeRoy, Doris Mae Grodahl, Lelos Myers SECOND ROW: Eileen Nelson, Keith Krusemark Many students Went out for speeeh aetivities this year. Pictured above are the people who were ehosen to represent Alexandria in the distriet eontest. Kathryn LeRoy rated superior in inanuseript reading: Ardith N orlinger, superior in exteinpor- aneous speaking: and Keith Kruseinark, superior in the inenior- ized der-lain, "Modern Man is Obsolete". At the regional contest Keith Kruseniark got a superior rat- ing and Went to the state eontest. La Nelle Halstead rated superior in panel discussion at the regional contest. Students were eoaehed by Mrs. Wojffik, Miss Lake, and Miss Begin. -37- FIRST ROW: R. Lundstrom. D. Reese, J Johnson. S. Peterson, J. Lee. M. Chan SECOND ROW: I. Lee. R. Towner. R Krohnfeldt. L. VanVie. A. Lindquist. J Johnson THIRD ROW: J. Hill. C. Seeley, D. Ber toch, Mr. Rykken S'l'UlJlCN'l' UOl7Nf'Ili fllll'1'lilllg.L' doulal vzlrds, l12lVlIlg' 4-l1z11'g'o of l.5l12l1'll.Y drivos. soll- ing' tivkots for oivif- 0l'g.f2lIllZ2ll'lOllS, sponsoring' clanvos, and dis- f'llSSlllg.1'Sl'll00l 1ll'0lll01llSl1ilVClM'L'll tho task of lllc Slllflldll f'0lllll'll. 'l'l1o "llilaritic-s" which was cli1'oc"focl by Jolm Loo and Kutliryu liolloy was at typivul displuy of The good work dom- by flu- stufloul Q.L'0Vl'l'IllIl0I1l group. Mr. Clifford Rykkon is 'flu- fllklllty advisor. FIRST ROW: M. Herzog. L. Better man. V. Behrens. L. Kiehne SECOND ROW: N. Larson. R Schultz W. Hintzen. A. Peterson R. Biellre, R. Hanson. 0. Botner. G Niblett THIRD ROW: Mr. D. Benson, M Anderson. K. Brundell, H. Mix D. Linser. E. Myren. E. Carlson D. Hiebcl, H. Barros. Mr. R Ahlfors FOURTH ROW: Mr. G. Swanson G. Elvis, L. Archer. D. Johnson M. Bielkc, D. Melzer. G. Swan son. Mr. F. Paciotti .M .... .-, g X F.F.A. ASSlll'illll'l' of flu- l'0llflllll2llll'l' of Alt1X2llllll'l2l as 21 farining district is gJ,'lV0ll by 'rho Fllllll'l' l'lill'lll0l'S of A111o1'icfu. 011 tho l'X0f'llflV4' r-o1i1u1il'u-c- urn Huy Biolko, Orville Boluor, Arne l,l'lC'1'S0ll, Ruyliioilcl Schultz, Brur-0 llzmson, and VVillia111 Hintzon, Tours to lllinncupolis and Morris were made by the group. Spoovli vonlcsfs Wore also liold within lllc group. Tho F.F.A. is an lllll'2l-l'llI'I'll'lll2ll' uvtivity under the super- vision of tho onliro Agric'11ll111'u fucillty. -38- X 1 1 E X I In 'HIRD ROW: V. Cassell, R. Grubb, R. IRST ROW: B. Krohnfeldt. D. Lund. strom, D. Swenson. H. Olson, M. Krueger. D. Osborn ECOND ROW: D. Kuester, L. 1'.icCutc11c'1, A. Miller. N. Schlosser. D. Reese, S. Larsin, H. Szliuneman, D. Tetzloff, D. Engstrom Bertoch, R. Miller. D. Bertoch. Keith Krusemark, J. Lee, J. Jensen, D. Sheldon, J. O'Bl'lBll, Larry Van Deusen KEY CLYB The Key Club, a newly formed elub in Alexandria, is an ui-g'a11ization for "key" boys who are united together in a 1Jl'UQ1'2l1ll designed to serve tl1e sehool and eoininunity. The Key Club is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. Its ideals are foeused upon the needs of youth. Offieers are Robert Melaas, presidentg Rodney Grubb, vlee- presidentg Lyle MeCutehen, treasurer: and Bob Krolinfeldt, secr- retary. Mr. Clifford Hyklien is the faeulty advisor. K. LeRoy. G. Barthelemy, L. Van Wie, D. Christiansen. L. Fritz, J. Lokkcn. M. Noeske, S. Peterson. S. Landeine, A. Iversen, L. Hal- stead, L. Gilbertson, J. Barthel- emy. Mrs. Mitchell SIGMA BETA PHI Menibership in the Sigma Beta Phi is determined by a point systenl. Girls are rated on Sl,'ll0lilI'Slll1l, leadership. personality, and partieipation in extra eurrieular aetivities. They serve the selmol by sponsoring dances and by providing elieeking faeilities and pregraiiish at basketball gaines. The offieers of the Beta Club are: president, Shirley J. Peter- son: Vic-e-president. Lorraine Fritzg secretary-treasurer, Lois Gilbertson. The faculty adviser is M rs. Ruth Mitchell. -39- FIX SI' R'Jl'!: C. Seeley, Mrs. Nlilchvl, C. Linder. B. Staeck, L, Silxutvzzsetz, LT. Strru. A. T1'CfCl1l'9lI. D, .I :lm 1'-n. J. Hodino. S.IC1 NIJ ROV: IJ. A: lf-zxzs' n, IJ. Axulcrson. D. Jrrlmsou. A. Robertson. J. Schulkc. A, Lent, E. Nelson. C, Jalmnson. B. Johnson I Dat-llx 'i'lZ,ItD RON: S. R'-sm-:ug111J,t, A. Clark. E. .Jacobs'm, A. Johnson, H. Magnuson. G. Palnu'r. I.. Loldalxl. A. Pc-rsfsoxx, A. Persson IIIHRAHY BOA Rl! At your swvim- in tlu- llllI'ill'.Y aw- SJflHll'lllS lrainu-cl Ivy Mrs. Mite-lu-ll. 'l'lu-so Slll1li'l1lS aid otlu-1' Sl'llCl0llJfS in liruling 1'c-fm-1:4-lu-0 male-rial. 'l'lu-y also lu-lp to lim-11 tlu- lllll'2l1'.V luuvlis ill Ul'llUl' on flu- slu-lvm-s alul assist in f'llUf'lilllg1'll'l'lll2lll0l1 1'c-cords. Scrvim- pins au- givc-11 for this V0llllll'0l'l' work on ilu- lil11'a1"v lumrrl. FIRST ROW: E. Van Wie, D. Myers, D. Besonen, L. McCutchen, G. Besonen, A. Seltz, C. Hlbbard Sl-ZCOND ROW: B, Krnhnfeldt, W. Bredc. D. Kuester. W. Krueger, J. Floding, D. Reese, C. S06-ley, R. Hanson THIRD ROW: J. O'B1'lCI1, W. Wlnttackcr. A. Kluver. T. Hanson, C, Shnszren. R, MacDonald, O. Sword FOURTH ROW: M. Muyers. J. Berg, M. Pet:-rson. D, Engstrom, W. Anderson. D, Tctzloff. C. Morse. G. Patterson SCHOOL l'A'l'li0ll lvlltlvl' tlu- llll'1'f'llUIl of Mr. R'Vlili1'll, llu- sf-luml patrol llas 4'll2ll'j.L'i' oftlu- prolmlc-msofluum alul ilff0l'-S1'll0Ul ll'affu'a1'o111ul ilu- llllllllllliij. lViTl1 llylf- Al1'f'lll1'lll'll, tlu- SfllllOl1f lm-:ull-1', art- llava- Klu-stm-1' alul NVilla1'fl Kl'lll'Ql:l', lAl0llll'I121I1lS, who plan flu- iluliviclllal flllfli's of tlu- Q'l'0llIP. 'lllu-so lufys fomul 2lllUll1t'l'UlIfll'f fm-tlu-ir 4-111-rg,'.v in lvaslu-Ilrall alul vanu- out on top as I11t1'a111111'al illlalnpions. A4-lilxowlm-clgllu-11t for flu-il' sc-1'Vi1-vs was givm-11 by flu- AI1l0l'li'ill1 lu-gif-11 in tlu- form of a llElll41ll0lTlllS1l2lSfy0i11'. ALEX HI-TIMES Interviewing people, writing copy, soliciting ads, revising assignments, and distributing the Alex Hi-Times have been the work of the staff. Witli La N elle Halstead, editor-in-chief, the entire staff has Worked to improve each successive copy. Miss Danielson was the faculty advisor. SEATED: Miss Danielson. L. Hal- stead. K, LeRoy STANDING: G. Barthelemy, D. Hu- stad. A. Olson. S. Lancleene. D Christiansen. J. Ballard, W. Krue- gel' SEATED: M. Grunberg- L. Van Wie, J. Ballard. J. Johnson STANDING: J. Hake. L. Sodera holm. A. Lindquist, D. Scott, D. Hustad. D. Andersen. D. Tetzloft, A. Olson ALEXIAN There was no shortage when it came to sincere interests and co-operiation on the Alexian staff. Orville Hanson, a returned veteran, designed the cover. The division pages were made by Geraldine Palmer, Gloria Keck, and Betty Berglund. These stu- dents got their training in the Art Department under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Syrovy. Co-edited by Joan Ballard and Lucille Van VVie the staff was directed by faculty advisor, Miss Maxine Begin. -41.. VICTORY SONG Yea team ! Whose team? Our team! "We want a basket", hear them sing, "We want a basket", that 's the thing. Just let some great big bruiser, husky and tall. Throw in the ball, and in no time at all We 'll have a basket. When it 's over let us Hear you make some noise. V-I-C-T-O-R-Y We want a basket, boys! HYELL OF THE YEAR" Go back - Go back to You haven You haven You haven You haven Go baek - tl1e woods - 't -- you haven 't - 't got the goods. 't got the rhythm 't got the jazz You haven't got the team that Alex has! SCHOOL SONG Cheer, oh cheer for Alex, Shout till the rafters ring'. Yell, oh yell for our team, Alex is bound to win. Rah, Rah, Rah! Never give up hope boys, Fight until we win, Always looking onward, Doing the best We can. We can beat old -- And We can help our team by yelling ALEXAN DRIA! Rah, rah, rah! Fight for dear old Alex, And we'll win this game, And we will carry on forever. Dear old Alex's 11ame. -4Q- as-Q ' P' f r 1' ,, 1 , 1 r Q v f Tp-f,,.., ,, 11:15-.:. ."+ . - My .'1,. t . 'ffjf'-3 A - ,y,,q,,. 3t-1,19 14- . -gf' - - 4 3 4 X ,HA ,-tri., xx 11 Q.. Q, . - . ' .XHQM xx - I NX it R 4 ,L 4 1' 1: 'LQ , Wu. rn 'Q A ' s ,Q ., wie: fx? 'Q I ' 0 fi-fi, , 'I-5' 513' A ' f. ,-Q2 . I f fl-Q' . Y ibm . . ' ' L S- QE " 53:4 7 '. E 51 'U .E Wm 5 '- 1.3 sm. . . Q, 5 N Ffk 1 'Q E. 553 if - , f F 2518 A .1 Fx ' " ' . gp?-5 .. 1 - ' 'V M Q , ' 1 , - A i 1 , '-.ff , i 1. N 2, .fhxxzv ,f . , r- W g.4.,gl+,.'rz fv .' A , e ,,. fililif g 7 f ,llfr . ' 1 V -A , 42.335 ' Y Q .5 y,f. f -' - . " . - Lacy?- .a,.gr4-4 ' f ,Q , Q' 1 - .fff,4:1' H,-,., --, -...-. N , . I ., mf . ' -. P A F Lfifwif ic,-:X L, rg4"f3'3x'iQi'?.q-. Q' L 753. x '51 2'91T?f Mf'f x ',f.3j'!4a, lg -F 1 ,:4kg5fi" X Q I 'ILQQI " 2, v x f T f, . , 4 VPLNQ- -A H5153 f SF W 125- 3 I.. f.-L 4 k V . u v V :IA 1 5 X I'-H. A , 1-, gf .- M 1 ' A ' has . ai? f we 1 -" A5 if , ww viiflni lcxub . emi ., N r I Q WF, ,FY FIRST ROW: C. Morse, R. Melaas, J. Jensen. D. Reese. J. Hill SECOND ROW: Coach H. Falk, V. Haas. D. Bertoch, W. Coykendahl, R. Bertoch, A. Kluever. H, Sessions Y BASKE EBALL The Alexandria basketball team was eoached by Harry Fall and Army Johnson, an assistant coach .... Ronald Bertoeli received the honors in basketball being elected to the Central Eight Conference Second Team .... Jim Hill was elected Honorary Captain for the '46-'47 basketball season. SCHEDULE Osakis - - - 34-Alex 20 Glenwood - - 41-Alex Crosby ---- 31-Alex 24 Long .Prairie - 46-Alex lVadena - - - 29-Alex 35 Brainerd - - - 34-Alex Bemidji - - - 39-Alex 29 Staples ---- 54-Alex Little Falls- -27-Alex 28 Melrose - - - 30-Alex Staples ---- 22-Alex 19 Sauk Centre - 40-Alex Glenwood - - 31-Alex 22 Crosby ---- 36-Alex Sauk Centre - 43-Alex 32 Starbuck - - - 18-Alex Waderia - - - 20-Alex 31 Bertha ---- 30-Alex Osakis ---- 28-Alex 20 Osakis ---- 23-Alex St. Cloud - - - 45-Alex 43 Glenwood - - 45-Alex LETTERMEN Donald Bertoeh Ronald Bertoch Wayne Coykendall Vernon Haas James Hill, Honorary Captain for past season -45- Arlo Kluver Dick Lundstroin Robert Melaas Curtis Morse Richard Reese Harlan Sessions, Manager 45 36 32 38 35 237 235 36 s L 34 16 38 FIRST ROW: J. Jensen, W. Coykendahl, D. Kucster, C. Seeley, A. Johnson, C, Morse, V. Moll SECOND ROW: A. Kluver, R. Bertoch. W. Krueger, D. Bertoch. M. Oslund, D. Reese, W. Haas, J. Hill THIRD ROW: Coach Harry Falk, J. Berglund, K. Krusemark. D. Van Eaton, R. Melass, R. Grubb. D. Smith, H, Sessions, J. Donner, W. Anmrrson, Coach Army Johnson FOOTBALL Uoaeh "Army" Johnson's third year at Alexginzlrfa began when his inexperieneed flardinals d1'opped their lirst game ti-0 on the Staples gridiron .... The next Week the strong St. t'loud team journeyed to Alex and the Oardinals took their second defeat of the season .... In the Homeeoming game Alex lost to their biggest rivals, Glenwood .... Alex took their fourth defeat in a tight elash with VVadena in an 18-6 game .... A high spirited Alex tea111 almost pulled the biggest upset of the year Wl1CIl they played the undefeated Brainerd team .... The tlardinals wound up their football season at Melrose in a hard-fought tie .... This football team was eaptained by Robert Melaas, and at tl1e annual football banquet his brother, George, was ehosen to be his sue- eessor .... Wayne tloykendall received the honor of the year by being eleeted to the Central Eight tlonferenee Team .... The foot- ball eoaehing staff was headed by Mr. Johnson .... He was assisted by Mr. Falk, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Eastman, and Mrs. J I aeiotti. SOHEDULE Staples - - - 6-Alex O VVadena ---- 18-Alex St. Oloud - - - 3321-Alex 0 Brainerd - - 12-Alex Glenwood - - - 12-Alex 0 Melrose - - - - 6-Alex LETTERMEN FOOTBALL VValter Anderson John Berglund Donald Bertoeh Ronald Bertoeh Wayne Uoykendall James Donner Rodney Grubb Vernon Haas James Hill James Jensen Arthur Jolmson Arlo Kluver Willard Krueger Keith Krusemark David Kuester Riehard Lundstrom Robert M elaas LaVern Moll Curtis Morse Myron Ostlund Riiehard Reese Uarl Seeley Duane Smith Dean Van Eaton Harlan Sessions, Manager TR-ACK Donald Ahlsted Diek Arne Donald Borehert Elvin Hanson James Hill David Kuester VVilla1'd Krueger LaVern Moll George Patterson Douglas Patterson Duane Smith -46 FIRST ROW: M. Danielson, K, Michaclson, E. Patrick, H. Patrick, G. Lommen, P. Lemke, D. Toft, H. Magnuson, B. Plagman, G. Soberg SECOND ROW: M. Gronberg, L. Frisk, A. Gronbers, D. Hanson, C. Elias, J. Scherrer. J. Hockett, P. Martin. J. Ogren. M. Porter, R. Hanson, B. Wagenius THIRD ROW: B. Menzel. A. Schuelke. M. Peterson, P. Barthelemy, H. Englund, D. Engelhardt, R. Chan, M. Anderson, M. Reese. A. Stricherz, L. Hubred, Miss Wikiund FOURTH ROW: L. Lofdahl, D. Landeen, J. Johnson, D. Maloney, J. Saberg, M. Flaig, G. Palmer. F. Iverson. S. Gullgren, K. Peterson FIFTH ROW: lvl. Johnson, J. Hanson. B. Bienek, M. Nelson, E. Jacobson, J, Walstead, M. Wesen, B. Buelow. D. Moore, J. Renner, D. Dicrckhising, B. Michaelson, B. Olson SIXTH ROW: B. Johnson, V. Bloedorn, E. Nelson, B. Shogren, Y. Sonnen, D. Glaas, S. Udell, J. Quist, J. Iviurdach, D. Loseke, C. Kuhne. M. Miller, G. Englehart, N. Steen GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Girls' Athletic Association is devoted entirely to ath- letics and sportsmanship. It encourages high efficiency in sports, fosters the highest ideals of sportsmanship, furthcrs mental and physical development through athletic competition, and increases interest in physical education activities. Any girl in the Junior or Senior high is eligible to become a member of G.A.A. For participation in sports the following awards of merit are Won: G.A.A. emblem - 500 Small A - - - 700 Large A - - - 1200 Special award - 2000 Points may be earned in individual or group sports. Included in the individual sports are hiking, tennis, golf, archery, bowling, and skating. Volley ball, basketball, tumbling, and badminton are among tl1e group sports offered. Points may also be earned by officiating at games. Officers of the G.A.A. this year are Jean Scherrer, presidentg Joan Ilockett, vice-president, Charlotte Elias, treasurer, and Patti' Martin secretarv. Miss IViklund is tl1e facultv advisor. t , V C W C - 47.- EEEENUEEE UE EVENES September 16 - - September 27 - October 30 - - November 8 - - November 16 - - November 22 - - December 4 - December 18 - - December 20 - - - - - - - - First day of classes - - - Homecoming Dance V- A ---- Senior Class Party - - - Sadie Hawkins' Day Dance - - Dance sponsored by Junior Class - - Senior Class Play "Junior Miss" - - Senior High Party by Elks' Club - - - - - .- - - Christmas Concert - ----- Christmas Dance December 20 - January 6 - - - Christmas Vacation January 17 ---------- Sophomore Class Party February 5 - - February 28 - - February 28 - - March 11 - 14 - - March 15 - - March 22 ---- March 24 - - - March 31 - April 7 - - - - - - - - - Hilarities - Trip to see 4'Hamlet" by Speech Class - - - - - - Civic Orchestra Concert District Basketball Tourney in Glenwood - - - - District Speech Contest here - - - - - - - - Speech Night Regional Speech Contest at Fergus Falls - - - - - - - - Easter Vacation April 9 ---- - - - Regional Play Contest here April 11 - - - ------- Gingham Ball April 25 - 26 - - District Music Festival at Glenwood May 2 - - - ----------- Prom May 16 - 17 - - - Junior Class Play t'Mignonette" May 24 - - - Beta Spring Formal at Miller's Inn May 24 - - - Regional track meet at Frazee May 28 - ------ Senior Banquet May 29 - - - Honor Day June 1 - - Baccalaureate June 5 - - Commencement 1 i E E E E il E E ,. 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