Bowbells High School - Igloo Yearbook (Bowbells, ND)
- Class of 1957
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We the students of the 1957 graduating class dedicate Ih1S an
four of our h1gh school years
nual to Mrs. Helen Ormiston who has been our friend throughout all
U S I-hstory
JOHN L RICHTER ROBERT W MORRIS
PRINC Typmg I II
Enghsh I II IH General Busmess
World Geography Shorthand
General Math Literature I II III H S Coach
Mrs HELEN ORMISTON RON HAEDT
General Scxence Coach
Blology Seventh 8CE1tht1'1
Home Econonucs I 8:11
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Mrs AGNES SCHULTZ M1ss MARILYN SULLIVAN Mrs GERALDINE LARSON
Sixth Grade Fxfth Grade Fourth Grade
Miss MARLENE Mrss MARGARET M.1ss CARMEN SIIRA
KNUDSON MCINTEE Frrst Grade
Thrrd Grade Second Grade
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Paper Stai 4 Annual Staff
4, Basketball 2 3 4, Foot
ball 3 Baseball 2 3,4
Treas 4, Annual Staff 4,
Paper Staff 4, Play 4, Cho
rusl23,4 FHA23 Pep
Club 1 2 3 4
Sec 4 Annual Sta.ff4
Paper Stai 3 4 Band 2 3,
FHA l 2, Band 2 3, Chorus
1 2 3 Majorette 2,3, Pep
Club 1 2 3 4
CORA LEA Cl-IREST
Sec 1, Paper Staff 4, An
nual Staff 4, chorus 1,2 3
Pep Club 1 2 3 4,Band 1
234,P1ay34 FHA 12
Cheerleader 1 2
Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff
4, Play 3 4, Basketball 1
Football 1 2 3, Baseball 2
LEATHA VOSS LOIS RICE
Sec 2 Pres 3 4 Paper Staff 3 4 Treas 2 3 Annual Staff 4, Paper
Annual Staff 4, Cheerleader 3 Staff 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 Ma.
Plays 3 4, Pep Club 1 2 3 4, FHA orette 3 Pep Club 1 2 3,4, FHA
l234,Chorus123,PepBandl 1234 Band12,Chorus12
2 3, Band 1 2 3 4
WILLIAM SCHULTZ HAZEL JENSEN
Annual Staff 4 Papgf Staff 4 Pres 1 2, Paper Staff 4, Annual
Plays 3 4, Football 1 2 3 Baseball Staff 4, Plays 3 PSP Club 1,2 3 4,
2 3 Basked-,311 3 4, Chorus 1 2 3 FHA 1, Chorus 1 2 3 4, Grrls State
4 Band 1 2 3 4
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Paper Staff 3 4 Annual Staff 2 4
Brass Ensemble 2 3 4 Student
Councrl 2 3 4, Baseball 2 3 4
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3
Boys State 3
Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4
Band 1 2, Chorus 1 2 3 4, Plays 1
4,1-'HA 1 2 34,Pep Club 1 2
Grrls State 3
MARY LYNNE BRYAN
Sec. 33 Annual Staff 2,43 Paper
Staff 3,45 Plays 2,35 Brass Ensem-
ble 2,3,45 Pep Band 1,2,3,45 Band
1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Pep Club
1,2,3,45 FHA 1,2,3,4.
V. Pres. 3,45 Paper Staff 3,45 An-
nual Staff 45 Chorus 15 Plays 3,4-
Brass Ensemble 2,3,45 Pep Band 1
2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,4.
The senior class began therr Freshman year w1th 18 members During the year the class lost Joe
Klasson The class adviser was Mr Doran Christensen The class officers were as follows
Presxdent Hazel Jensen
VICE Pres1dent Jerry S1emers
Secretary Cora Lea Chrest
Treasurer Beatrice Mattern
Student Counc1l Representative Gayle Grendahl
Durtng the Sophomore year the class lost Gayle Grendahl and Darrell Morris and ga lned Joseph Wllks
The class advrser was Mr John Rlchter The class offrcers were as follows
Presrdent Hazel Jensen
Vice Presrdent Jerry Siemers
Secretary Leatha Ann Voss
Treasurer Lo1s Ann Rice
Student Counc1l Representative Jerry Slemers
The Jumor class began school wtth 13 members due to the loss of Beatrice Mattem and Joseph Wilks
Cora Lea Chrest Joined the class at the beginnmg of the second semester makrng a total enrollment of
This year the class put on the Juruor Senior Banquet and Prom The theme was Candyland
The junior class play, Too Many Gtrls , was presented under the dlrecuon of Mr John Richter The
class advrser was Helen Ormiston The class offrcers were as follows
Presrdent Leatha Ann Voss
V1ce Presrdent Htlbert Pfelfer
Secretary Mary Lynne Bryan
Treasurer Lois Ann Rice
Student COUHC11 Representauve Jerry Siemers
The senior class moved rnto theu final year with an enrollment of 14 JoAnn Walleen left dunng the
frrst semester of the senror year Under the drrecuon of Mr John Richter the class presented Susan
Steps Out as the senlor plass play The class adviser was John Rrchter Class offlcers are as follows
Presldent Leatha Ann Voss
V1ce Pres1dent Hilbert Pferfer
Secretary Gloria Gulllckson
Treasurer Rosilyn Nerlsen
Student Counc1l Representatrve Cora Lea Chrest
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Dear Mr Rrchter
Thrs rs to mform you as to the where abouts of the class of 57
In Hollywood Calrfornra we encounter Rosrlyn Nrelson a world famous movre
star who has Just obtained a dxvorce from George Gobel her erghth husband
Now we turn to Jerry Ferm who rs captarn of the Mrnneapolrs Lakers He seems
to be only rnterested rn basketball because at the age of 40 he rs strll playrng the
Stopprng at Reno we frnd Mary Lynne Bryan who rs a noted French Horn player
She has just made a mrllron from her latest composrtron
We frnd Cora Lea Chrest rn Texas slttxng quretly at home takrng care of her
srxteen boys Her husband Gary rs workrng hard to support hrs large famrly
Next we go overseas where we frnd Glorxa Gullrckson who has brcycled all
around Europe From the last reports her future plans rnclude a tour of the Orrent
In a studro rn Hollywood we frnd Hazel Jensen who rs now a famous harrdresser
at the MGM studros
For our next stop we must travel to Lraq where we f1nd Elsre Klern and Chuck
wrth therr 20 orl wells Elsre tells us they are wartrng for therr 21st well to come
rn any day
Next we go to Fargo where we frnd Hrlbert Pferfer charrman of the Agrrculture
Department at the North Dakota State College He has recently developed many
new varretres of gram
On a large farm near Flaxton we frnd Leatha Ann Voss and her husband Kenny
takrng care of therr four chrldren and attendrng to therr large herd of thoroughbred
At lndranapolrs where we fmd the famous Ed Zacharras who has recently won
fame rn the freld of Wreckless Drrvrng
ln a Mrnot Mansron we see Lors Ann Rice surrounded by mards Her wealthy
husband Carl has recently purchased the large charn of Red Owl Stores
Tramprng through the wrlds of Afrrca we come upon Brll Schultz who IS leadrng
a sarfarr to the deep rnterror of the Belgran Congo
The class of 57
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Senior Class Will of I 957
WE the Semor Class of 1957 do bequeath our last wrll and testament
CORA LEA CHREST leaves her marks to Floyd Chrest
ELSIE KLIEN leaves her abllrty to go steady to Wendell Swenson
MARY LYNN BRYAN leaves her vorce and abrllty to play prano to Ralph Wrllyard and
BILL SCHULTZ leaves hrs hrgh marks to Re1d Anderson
HILBERT PEEIFER leaves h1s love for the farm to Eddle Kxrkelxe and Betty Wrck
LOIS RICE leaves her ab111ty to be the f1rst senlor grrl to acqurre a dramond rlng to
ED ZACHARIAS leaves hls abxlrty to acqulre no bad habrts to Lawrence Nelson
HAZEL JENSEN leaves her abrlrty to play basketball to Larry Durward and Carlos Wrck
LEATHA VOSS leaves her lnqursruve manner to Junror Jacobson
,TERRY SIEMERS leaves hrs helght to Larry Owens
ROSILYN NIELSEN leaves her ab1l1ty to be always smrlrng to Don Mathers
GLORIA GULLICKSON leaves her 8b11lIV to Jltter bug to Paul Haroldson
GERALD FERM leaves hrs ab111ty to play football to Lora Mae Olson
We the Senlor Class of 1957 wrll our abrllry to get hrgh marks and make the honor roll
every SIX weeks to the SCHIOFS of 1958
BACK ROW L Owens, W Jacobson, E Krrkehe MIDDLE ROW Mrs Ormrston, D
Mathers, R Owens, R Wrllard, L Durward, W Swenson FRONT ROW F Chrest, M Sxg
man, R Anderson, P I-laroldson, L Olson, L Nelson fNot Prcturedj Betty and Carlos Wrcl
Srxteen green freshmen enrolled 1n Bowbells I-hgh School
rn September of 1954 Mr Chnstensen was the class advrsor
The frrst year offrcers were as follows
Presrdent Rerd Anderson
V1ce Presrdent Lawrence Nelson
Secretary Treasurer Lora Mae Olson
Student Councrl Representatrve Rerd Anderson
The class offrcers for the sophomore year were as follows
Presrdent Lora Mae Olson
Vrce Presrdent Lawrence Nelson
Secretary Treasurer Lawrence Nelson
Student Councrl Representatrve Reld Anderson
In the Jumor year the class lost two students They were
Bernard Martern and Franklyn Borgenson To counterbalance
this loss three new students were added to the roll They
were Betty and Carlos Wrck and Paul Haroldson The Jumor
class advrsor rs Mrs Ormxston The thrrd year offrcers are as
Presrdent Rerd Anderson
Vrce Presrdent Paul Haroldson
Secretary Treasurer Lora Mae Olson
Student Council Representative ........ Lawrence Nelson
BACK ROW Mr Christensen, S Freed, R Martin, G Kelly, V Jensen, H Hultgren, R
Emerson FRONT ROW D Gullickson, S Steffen, S Durward, T Nerlsen, J Hass, B
Thies, L Adams
September of 1955 opened a school term for twelve green
freshmen Mr Bruce Pollert was their class advisor Initiation
was held by the sophomores in a new manner this year. For
the first year the officers were as follows:
President ........ . . . . . . . . Larry Adams
Vice-President ..... . . . ..... . . . Ted Neilsen
Secretary-Treasurer ..... . . . .... . . . Sally Steffens
Student Council ...... . . . . Robert Martin
In their sophomore year Harold Hultgren left, but Robert
Emerson came so the class was still twelve. The class advisor
this year is Mr. Christensen. Class officers were as follows:
President ......... . ....... Sharon Durward
Vice-President ...... . . ........ Ted Neilsen
Secretary-Treasurer ......... . . ....... Judy Hass
Student Council ....... . . . . . . .Robert Emerson
BACK ROW G Jacobson, D Cron, D Harms, P Klmg, R Mertes, W Harms, C Klmg, D
Farland MIDDLE ROW C Owens, J Neuenschwander, E Berg, R K1e1n,J Klassen,
S1emers, M. Flsher, R Jensen, C Peterson,N GUHICRSOD, Mr MOIIIS FRONT ROW B
Gulhckson, D Rogers, C Corey, S Hass D Pfezfer, S Mertes, C Cron H Zachenas
The largest class m hlgh school enrolled September 4
1956 Wllh 28 members In1t1at1on was held for the green
Freshmen rn October They began then' year wlth the fol
Pres1dent Sharon Hass
V1ce Presldent Dwame Pfetfer
Secretary Treasurer Sharon Sremers
Student Counc11 Robert Morr1s
Advtsor Mr MOIIIS
BACK ROW G Melby, L Conlm, D Ness, M Sermers, P Wrllyard G Owens, Mr Haedt
MIDDLE ROW M Ekstrom, P Nelson, B Nehrrng, J Mertes, C Kelly, M. lhmels, D
Pfelfer, J Schnerder FRONT ROW C Johnson, M. Auiforth, C Olson, C Klmg, J Hass,
M. Cron, J Ryan.
BACK ROW: J. Melby, C. Knudson, R. Homiston, D. Holter, R. Kelly, B. Jensen, J.
Narveson, Mr. Haedt. MIDDLE ROW: G. Melby, W. Ihemels, G. Harms, S. Jacobson, M.
Buzzell, G. Pfeifer. FRONT ROW: L. Waooeen, M. Cron, J. Thies, J. Leightman, S. Acker-
man, R. Johnson, C. Fisher.
BACK ROW' N Ne1lson, J Nehnng, W Sprese, E W1.l.1ya.rd, L Swenson, I. Matte MIDDLE
ROW P Narveson, G Mertes, D Swenson, C Klassen, D Farlzmd, G Summers W Olson.,
Mrs S hultz FRONT ROW S Edwards, R Melby, J Ivagedanz, J Elxstrom, J S1emers,S
Falunkopf, M. Knudson QNot prcturedj A Nelson
BACK ROW J Kelly, G Mellon, J S1emers,G Rogers, L Nehrmg, R Strand D Jensen,
A FISIICI, R Torkelson MIDDLE ROW IV'1SSSL1,U.1N3.D.., S Johnson, D Zacharras, T Adams,
S Corey, J Xhlson, J Rogers, S Sremers, R Ihrnels FRONT ROW K IvcINea1,I. Nel
son, M. Harms, S Walleen J Mertes K Ryan, B McIntyre
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BACK ROW: R. Elstad, J. Hass, D. Dolan, J. Nelxring, S. Aufforth, K. Swenson, N. Nelson, M.
Johnson. MIDDLE ROW: T. Nehring, D. Klassen, L. Ness, C. Swenson, M. Duriclr, R. Powell,
D. Horniston, J. Cron, D. Ferm, Mrs. Larson. FRONT ROW: H. Knudson, C. Peterson, H.
Coons, L. Hanson, H. Corey, L. Owens, R. Abraham, D. Nielson, R. Landis. fNot Pictured, R.
BACK ROW: T. Torkelson, B. Smith, J. Swenson, R. Aulzerman, J. Swenson, S. Maclntyre, R
Aufforth, J. Kirldie. MIDDLE ROW: D. Eckstrom, B. Sundin, E. Coons, C. Stenrude, S. Cun-
nnngham, J. Mattson, G. Conlin, Miss Knudson. FRONT ROW: B. Peterson, D. Pautz, L.
Smith, K. Rogers, G. Zacharias, J. McNeal, D. Bryan, B. Cron. QNot Pictured, S. Walleen, J.
Steffen, R. Rurmingen, C. Wick, N. Pfeifer.
Back Row: J. Hass, J. Johnson, D. Coons, T. Ryan, M. Hultgren, D. Elstad, K. McNeal. Mid-
dle Row: G. Swenson, D. Freed, G. Melby, D. Nelson, L. Melby, M. Peterson, Miss Mclnree.
Front Row: L. Melby, R.vKnudson, N. Wilson, J. -Mertes, L. Bryan, L. Gagnum, D. I-Iennix.
QNot Pictured, V. Olson, T. Rrmningen.
Back Row: G. Melby, S. Nelson, D. Nelson, T. Smith, J. Gagnum, F. Crofn, S. Dolan, H. Auf-
forth, W. Rogers, Miss Siira. Middle Row: K. Owens, S. Zachzrias, L. Homiston, J. Gagnum,
M. Siemers, V. Hamnn, J. Berg, J. Swenson. Front Row: K. Edwards, P. Theis, E. Ilunels, B.
Peterson. C. Nehring, E. Pfeifer, M. Sundin, C. Peterson.
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Asistant . . .
Typists .. .
Proof Readers . .
Cora Lea Chrest
Lora Mae Olson
Mary Lynne Bryan
. Lora Mae Olson
.Mr J L. Rlchter
The members of the student council, the class they represent, and
the offices they hold are as follows
Jerry Siemers Presldent Senior
Lawrence Nelson Vice President Jumor
Cora Lea Chrest Secretary Senror
Robert Emerson Treasurer Sophomore
Robert Mertes Sergeant at Arms Freshman
Mr John Rtchter Adv1sor
The Bowbells Student Council sponsored many projects during the
year. These projects were: Check room, sending representatives to
the State Student Council Convention in Minot, assembly movies, and
numerous small activities.
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Edrtor rn Cluef Lora Mae Olson
Assxstant Editor Betty Wrck
Advertrsmg Manager Edd1e Kukehe
Assrstant Floyd Chrest
Busmess Manager B111 bchultz
Assrstant Ed Zaehanas
Sports Ed1tor Rerd Anderson
Assrstant Paul I-Iaroldson
Gossrp Ed1tOl'S Leatha Voss Elsre Klem
Fashron FLIICOIS Hazel Jensen -Cora Lea Chrest
Features Edrtors LOIS Rlce Jerry Ferm
Cuculatron Managers H11bert Pferfer Larry Adams
Staff Artrst ........ . . ........ . .... JoAnn Walleen
Photographers . . . . . . Glona Gullrckson Ros11ynNer1son
Adv1sor...... .......... ....Mr.B0bMorr1s
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BACK ROW E Berg, M Fisher, S S1erners,L Olson, C Peterscn,B Gulhckson, S Freed MIDDLE
ROW N Gulhckson, C Cron, S Durward, D Rogers, H Zachanas, M Bryan, V Jenson, J Klassen
R Klein, C Corey,M.rs Onmston FRONT ROW J Wa11een,B Thres, S Ha.ss,J Neushwander,L
Voss, R Ne1lson, C Chrest, E Klem, G Gulhckson, H Jensen Cheerleaders S Steffen, J Hass, S
Mertes, L RICE
Hugh School Pep Club
BACK ROW: C. Corey, S. Freed, S. Hass, D. Rogers, J. Neushwander, L. Rice, E. Klein, J. Klassen,
R. Jensen, R. IQein. MIDDLE ROW: S. Steffen, E. Berg, S. Siemers, M. Fisher, M. Bryan, J. Hass, C
Peterson, H. Zacharias, Mrs. Ormiston. FRONT ROW: L. Olson, S. Durward, B. Thies, S. Mertes, C.
Chrest, L. Voss, V. Jensen, B. Gullickson, C. Cron.
Senior Class Play
SUSAN STEPS OUT a comedy rn the three acts was presented
by the members of the semor class on December 12 1956
The C381 rncluded Cora Lea Chrest Susan Albrrght and Leatha
Ann Voss Madge Weaver are both talkatrve and sprrrted hrgh school
students Hxlbert Pferfer Davrd Albrrght Susan s father Rosrlyn
Netlsen Nancy Albrrght Susan's mother B111 Schultz Stephen Dun
Stephen s personal secretary Jerry Sremers Bruce Parker Larry
Adams Jerry Conrad are both hrgh school senlors Glorra Gullrckson
Helen Tremont rs a newspaper reporter and photographer Elsre
Klern Agnes Maple IS a determrned young woman Ed Zacharras
Orlando Payne IS a carpenter Lora Mac Olson, Mrss Hardy IS an at
tractrve and enthusrast c httle lady
berry, is a wealthy gentlemang Sharon Durward, Katherine Stoddard, is
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Prom and Banquet
A v1s1on of candy canes lollypops and cotton candy met the eyes of the Junlor and senror classes
as they entered IHIO Candyland Fantasy theme for the 1956 prom and banquet
The Bowbells Hxgh School Juruor Class entertamed semors faculty members of the school board and
the1r wrves at a banquet on the evemng of May 11 1956 Leatha Voss was toastmrstress and Geraldine
Splece presrdent of the seruor class responded The gxrls sextette presented a vocal SCIBCIIOH
The prom followmg the banquet was held 1n the hrgh school gym Crepe paper streamers candy
canes and balloons formed a canopy A large candy castle w1th cotton candy trees around 1ts base con
cluded the decoratmg scheme
The grand march was led by Leatha Voss and her escort Kenneth Nelson Musrc was furmshed by the
Collegettes of Mlnot The prom was chaperoned by members of the faculty and therr wrves
BACK ROW G Melby, P Nelson, J Smder, M Szemers, M Elstrorn, G Owens, Coach
Ron Haedt FRONT ROW B Jensen, P W111yard,D Ness, R Honnston, J Melby
Grade Basketball Team
BACK ROW S Jacobson,M Cron,L Walleen, D Jacobson, C Frsher MIDDLE ROW C Johnson,
M Aufforth, M Lhmels, C Klmg, C Olson, R Johnson FRONT ROW M Nelson, S Ackeman, J
Lerchtenam C Kelly, M Cron, Harms Cheerleaders J Ryan, J Hass, J Mertes, J Thles
QNot p1cturedj L Wrck,B Jensen
Grade Pep Club
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BACK ROW D Gulllckson, B Schultz, G Ferm, E Zacharias, R Anderson, L Durward, Coach Bob
Moms, J Sremers, L Nelson, P Haroldson, J Jacobson, B Emerson, L Owens, Student Managers N
Swenson and P Klmg
Burke County Tournament
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Glenburn 42 54 Weffhope 45 47
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Seniors of I956
Viola Kirkelie -She IS workmg at the Frrst Natronal Bank of
Geraldme Sp1ese- She 1s takmg up teachmg at the MSTC of
James W111yard He IS attendmg the Un1vers1ty of North Dako
Thomas Thompson He rs attendmg the NDAC at Fargo
Barbara Farrweather She 1S attendmg the Humbolt I!1St1tU.tE at
Mlnneapohs and w1Jl graduate thls February of 1957
D1ck Anderson -He 1S attendxng the Un1vers1ty of North Da
Merhn Rogem He IS at home 1n Bowbells
Bruce to return from the U S Army
Mrs Allen Myron fnee DeAnn Powellj 1S the proud mother of a
baby boy, and she rs makmg her home 1n W1111StOD
Mrs Barney Cron -fnee Betty Conlmj rs hvmg 1n W11l1ston
Mrs David Dodge fnee Carol Youngbloodj was marrled Febru
ary 16, 1957, and 15 the wlfe of a 011 worker
Audrey Ryan She rs attendmg the Humbolt Instrtute at
Mmneapohs and w11l graduate rn February of 1957
Norman Jensen He IS serving Uncle Sam rn the U S Army
Karen McClelland -She rs the fxance of Jumor Swenson who 15
also servxng Uncle Sam rn the U S Army
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Mrs. Bruce Pollert -------------- fnee Ardell Rogers, is at home waiting for
FIRST ROW: S. Durward, S. Has, R. Johnson, J. Ryan, C. Fisher, L. Adams, J. Leichtnam, G. Pfeifer,
M. Fisher. SECOND ROW: J. Hass, C. Johnson, L. Durward, M. Sigman, S. Fahrnkopf, J. Neuensch-
wander, J. Ekstrom, B. Thies, L. Vos, J. Has, G. Summers, R. Homston, B. Emerson, C. Owens, M.
Bryan. THIRD ROW: E. Berg, S. Marta, R. Mertes, C. Corey, N. Gullickson, D. Mather, B. Nehring,
M. Aufforth, P. Nelson, B. Schultz. M. Flcstnom, R. Martin, J. Thies, J. Mertes. FOURTH ROW: D.
Pfeifer, H. Pfeifer, D. Pfeifer, C. Kling, C. Kling, Mx. Christensen fNot Picturedj C. Chrest, J. Sie-
mem, S. Steffem.
FIRST ROW: E. lGein, S. SteHen, B. Gullickson, H. Jensen, S. Durward, S. Siemers, R. Neilson, C.
Cron, R. Klein, J. Klassen, H. Zacharias, Director, Mr. Christensen. SECOND ROW: S. Hass, N. Gull-
ickson, L. Olson, M. Fisher, M. Sigman, M. Bryan, J. Walleen, J. Neuerschwander, D. Rogers, C.
Peterson, C. Corey. THIRD ROW: R. Merta, W. Harms, D. Farlzmd, C. Kling, B.XSchultz, W. Swenson,
L. Adams, T. Neilson. FOURTH ROW: D. Pfeifer, D. Cron, R. Martin, D. Gullicluon, L. Nelson, R.
Anderson, P. Haroldson. fNot Picturedj B Wick.
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COMMERCE DIPT. HOME EC. DEPT.
MATH AND SCIENCE DEPT.
CAFETERIA DEPT. TRANSPORTATION DEPT
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' Our bulk servxce 15 the best" We dehver to all Meet the gang at our soda founta,m"
places at all UHIES SIEMER'S DRUG STORE
NEHRING'S STANDARD SERVICE
COMPLIMENTS MIS Gulliclcon lmows that the best buys mn town
of B L Wilgqn can be made at the BOWBELIS MEAT AND GRO
The BOWBELLS AUTO CO handles Chev cars and "Fine Food For Ping Folks" is the pohcy at
trucls and Minneapohs Molme farm machmery ANDY'S CAFE. We serve home made pastnes
T0 mike Your Old Clothes 100k 11112 new law! The Bowsms GRAN COMPANYsmcere1y wel
take them t0 HIGVOSS CLEANERS comes your patronage Joe Neuenschwander, Mgr
Support the concern that supports you Bring your For modem comfortable livmg room at the BOW
gram to the BOWBELLS FARMERS UNION ELEVA BELLS HOTEL
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