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Page 50 text:
Nimbly evading the hazards of construction on their trek from school to bus are
Carol Hoiseth, Rita Kraft, Elaine Hoiseth, Charlene Johnson, Susan Dale, Shirley
Frisk, and Dennis Huotte.
Autumn Kaleidoscope Gives Pattern
Soberly evaluating the plaque won by the clrum
corps at the Minneapolis Aquatennial are Mrs. Davis
bus chaperone, Audrey Johnstad, Corps president,
and Mr. Flom.
The GAA entertained the school at sev
eral afternoon learn-to-dance sessions
Swinging it are Donna Moe and Lana
Where are the boys? Not in picture?
Page 49 text:
Homecoming day dawned bright, and the whole
school tingled with anticipation. Classes dragged
interminably, and the teachers addressed their re-
marks to the little man who wasn't there. But finally
6:45 arrived. The proceedings started with the parade
containing seven floats, using either the theme
"Timber-r-r" or "Ax the Jacks," The float judged
best was built by the juniors, and they won Eve dollars
for their eftort. After the crushing defeat of Bemidji,
the night's activities continued with the traditional
dance. The theme was "Red Sails in the Sunset," and
the gym was almost alive with the tiery red and pink
r Royal Highness Marlene Tiedeman is crowned by football co-
captain Phil Sanders while her attendants, Colleen Nelson, Judy
Dragseth, Donna Helgeson, and Marlys Wold, look on,
Queen Marlene walks happily across me
held between her escorts, Jim and Bob.
Her Majesty escorted by co-captain Phil
Cleverly depicting the past vic-
tories of the Pirates, the freshman
float heralds their ultimate triumph
Page 51 text:
The active lite! Day land nightl
were filled with animation all tall,
running the gamut from studies to
swish. The populace became adept
at broken-fleld running, and
learning to circumvent building
materials that cluttered up the
grounds. Testing programs were
prevalent, awards were numerous.
Speech students put zest into school
morale with signs and stunts, punks
and peds added lite with zany pep-
tests. The Optimist was adopted by
Blackie, the picture-conscious dog.
School dances were tew but supple-
menting them were the National
Guardesponsored soda pop hops.
of School Life
RIGHT: Milly, Karen, Carol, Lana, Joni, and Sally
trying hard to be Betty Crocker or a reasonable
facsimile. BELOW: The speech class buried the
Prowlers a la Caesar's funeral-Lana, Chuck are
the mourners. LOWER RIGHT: Those football pep-
fests were a riot, especially Roger's antics.
'K K .. . I I -
Judy Lufkin, Judy Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Dan Iverson, Rosenia Koolstra,
Charlene Johnson, and Dog. Dog tried to get into every Optimist class
picture. Perhaps he was a Johnson, too.
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