Central High School - Optimist Yearbook (Crookston, MN)

 - Class of 1939

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We Call Your Attention to Lincoln gave all the credit to his mother, but let's interview our notorious class- mates and find out where they put the blame: Miles QScholarship, Music1 tells us he has simply Miles of e-Stenshoel qualities. . . Doug QDramatics1 just doesn't Bliven acting anything but natural . . .Floyd QArt1 says he Spence all-well. al- most all-of his time in drawing cartoons ...Betty QArt1 can StQr1and alone when it comes to poster work . . . VVe'll be looking for VVilliam Q Athletics1 Bakken basketball next year...Luverne QScholarship1 thinks it's her Morcks that got her where she is today . . . Chris Qjournalism, Public Speaking1 admits that he can 'Eickhof a speech any old time . . . Miss Olson QMusic1 thinks she should Norma- nate herself for president of the music council. Says she, "I wonder if I'm Nor- ma-l," . . . Marian QAthletics1 is worried because she sometimes Reinschmidt the ball. . . VVhen Lois QDramatics1 gives a speech, she doesn't know what to do with her hands, so she Wagstrom . . . Miss Matson Qjournalism, Public Speaking1 thinks we're kidding when we tell her she's Verna the nicest girls we know. THESE ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS We award the palms Qwith instruction book, "How to Read Palms in Ten liasv Lessons"1 to: Gordon Saugsfad, just because we think we can palm one off on him ...Kenneth Malmo, for his portrayal of a dreamy-eyed poet. Everyone envies the effect his abstracted attitude has upon the teachers . . . Wallace Panzer, because of his outstanding school girl impersonations . . . Norma Olson, who receives this gold hockey stick as a symbol of her prowess with the Pirates . . .Katl1z'rim' Srlm- Irr, for her striking resemblance to a Titian masterpiece. . . Floyd Spcnrv, on be- half of all those who were moved to tears by his splendid portrayals of the Biblical Joseph, Lincoln the man, and that genial gentleman, Dr. Bull . . . Marilyn T1z.or.von, for her success in landing several of those hard-to-hook juniors . . .Jean Boryman, for her perseverance in letting her blond hair grow, and grow, and grow . . . Obvrt Skodjc, for his record of fatalities in the ancient sport of lady-killing . . . AN INTELLIGENCE TEST Test your I. Find out what you don't know. Do the easiest ones first, and don t forget that accuracy is what counts : A. Beverly VVard became a cheerleader for the purpose of Q11 leading yells Q21 just yelling Q31 getting around Q41 following in Nock's footsteps.. .B. The boy who would like to be Charlie McCarthy so he could sit on somebody's lap is Q11 Lawrence Presnall Q21 Roy Berg Q31 Obert Skodje Q41 Lyle Eidsmoe . . . C. One of the following is noted for being a note- stealer Q11 Erling Melby Q21 Lois Woodstrom Q31 Hector Howard Q41 Pauline Thygeson. P.S.-the girls say it's nole funny. . . D. The person who skates for the exercise it offers is Q11 Donna Fagerstrom Q21 Doris Rude Q31 Mildred Ann Norman Q41 Marian Reinschmidt QDon't let this question worry you-no one could possibly be like that1. E181

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AS newcomers to senior high school in September, we assum- ed the role of "lowly sophs" and tried to accustom ourselves to our new setting. We have gone slowly and would have made many blunders, except for the kindly supervisions of Miss De Leeuw, aided by our class president, Chris Eickhof. In our first act, a few stars have made their entrance. Luverne Morck represented the sophomore class on the "A" honor roll. In athletics, VVilliam Bakken served as a substitute for the first-string basketball team. Those who made headway in football were Peerman Eide, Gordon Saugstad and Floyd Spence. Floyd also placed First in the pole vault at the district meet in 1938 and is a member of the 1939 track team. By becoming cheerleaders, Doris Rude and Beverly VV ard found a place in the sun. Donna Mae Fagerstrom took first place in the Armistice Day essay contestg Miles Stenshoel and Douglas Bliven earned honorable mention in the soap carving contest. In the music department Marilyn Thorson qualified as accompanist for the operetta, "An Old Spanish Custom." Douglas Bliven is acknowledged the best snare drummer in Central High. The class as a whole has also contributed its bit. "The people with the most Christmas spirit" is the title earned by one team from the sophomore assembly, which offered the largest contribution of foodstuffs during a Christmas campaign to help needy families. The second act, the third-they are still to come. We hope that our class will carry on as successfully as it has during the first act and earn a round of applause at the final curtain. E171

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