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Page 53 text:
their faces washed
'low lv: Hudacko. Fox.
'low ill: Herrick. La
Rochelle. Hinkley. Jobe.
Row ii: Garrison. Ewing,
'Row i: Heiberg, Hauglid.
Row lv: Manole. Morlan,
Isaacson, D. Olson.
Row iii: D. Pederson.
lllow ii: Ogaard.
M. Myrold. S. Olson.
lllow i: Nelson. Magsam.
Larson. Nyhus. Lund.
Not in picture: P. Myrold
Row iv: Pavey. Radi.
Row iii: Torgerson.
Stedman. Vind, Myrold,
Row ii: Watts. Thompson.
Wallace. B. Winger,
Row l: Strom, V. Winger.
Page 52 text:
Ninth graders are in tune with school life-home room presi-
dents, Gayle Stedman, Sally Collins Cseateclb and Audrey
Magnuson, Mary Lou Opperud and Donna Wold Cstandingj.
What's the X for, Mr. Matthews? That's your problem, Laddie and Gayle.
Their coats were brushc
In the ninth grade we are talking about not only
our junior cheerleaders, Sally Collins, Opal Ander-
son, and Gayle Stedman but also our senior cheer-
leader, Laddie Hauglid. Then there is letterman
George Ramberg on the first' team in both football
and basketball, twirler Nancy Hovland in the Drum
Corps, and honor student Loralee Lewis, also a Tu-
berculosis essay winner with honorable mention in
the state contest. What a time we had at the
G. A. A. initiation wearing our hair in a pug, our
dresses backward, and giving the program at the
dance! Through it all, we miss Mr. Landberg
greeting us at the head of the stairway every morn-
ing and his presence in our classes. Nearing the end
of our junior high days, we look back on a busy,
Row iv: J. Anderson.
Bow iii: Carlson.
Row il: Briden. O.
Row i: Jerome Birkela
A week with G. A. A. initiates, Shirley and Sallj
Not in picture: Eisert.
Page 54 text:
Sophomore are fancy free-Jerry Hovet president: Carol
Sorvxg vice president Joan Rodseth secretary treasurer,
pause for a friendly chat at the Grand s new Candy 'Cove.
Smiles galore-Marilyn and Jackie, sophomore attendants.
In the sophomore class we are talking about rebuilding the
Homecoming bonfire in one day, Dickie Eagle, our famous
fiddlerg lucky Phyllis Ristau and her shining bicycle, Miss
Johnson, our ace history teacher, Andora Hagen, whom we
always manage to borrow for a half year from Washington,
D. C., Rollie Balke's dreamy baritone voice, the short sopho-
more boys and the tall girls. Prexy Jerry Hovet combines
athletic prowess with artistic talent, winning first place in the
State American Legion poppy poster contest. The smallest
class in school, we are busy becoming a part of senior high
and are ready to teach you juniors and seniors a few tricks.
Portraymg Martin Luther Don nails up the 95 theses as three villagers, Joan, JacL1yn, and Phyllis, watch. Meanwhile
Marilyn Beverly Janna and Janet read and discus the theses-a project in Miss Johnson's world history class.
Their shoes were
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