Clark High School - Comet Yearbook (Clark, SD)

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CLARK HIGH SCHOOL Present The 1959 COMET GAIL BENSON ROBERT DONAHUE ARDYCE FOX JUNE GORT ROBERT GRAHAM JUDITH HOLMAN RENAE HOLMAN ERROL JOHNSON STERLING KLOSTER SHARON POMMER BOBE'I'I'E THORSON JERRY WICKS DARWIN WIKA DALE HOFFMAN Editors HELEN REINSCHMIDT CINDY ELKINS Business Managets JAMES GUFFEY JOAN WILLEN Advisor MRS. LOIS HANKINS CLARK, SOUTH DAKOTA The JUNIORS and SENIORS -1' ? "'1ga.:S!" I7 L Z "' DEDICATICDN To ANN BROWN whose qunet, effucuent manner has contnnually gained for her the respect, admuratuon, and confndence of the enture student body and the admlnlstratnon we dedlcate the 1959 COMET 2 :af Aff Qywvvf' , Smit, , ,I MTH wmfgrw ca an z .Lcz 2m of- .- aLl HDS 4 PUD TOO GLI WO3 ALINIIW ADMINISTRATION ,Y ii It 9 IK K ,Y I i q 2 gr , 5' My I fi? 'WL J a 'YZ' Rf' . 4 Mi .5 E sscx coo: 3 xurmsv PIENTICE HALL ' xx?-YV5' gri Q ,,,,,,... W., s li- Left to right O P Rasmussen, Orville Pederson, C, A Larkin Bert Moritz Glenn S Pommer Henry Biegler Wayne Olson Ann BOARD OF EDUCATION MESSAGE FROM THE "" BOARD OF EDUCATION The Board of Education seeks to improve its educational program for Clark and the surrounding community, Many hours are spent in meetings in an effort to find a work- able solution to overcome social and econ- omic barriers that prevent progress in educa- tion. It is the responsibility of the community to give serious informed consideration to pro- posals presented for the betterment of our schools. The Board of Education believes that "Bet- ter schools make better communitiesui SUPERINTENDENT ADDRESSES STUDENTS Thus community through their board ot educatlon has endeavored to provlde the best tacllltles they can for a good educatlon for the youth of thus area Thvs IS a right and a pruvulege whlch Carnes with lt certaln dutles and responslbtlltles Each :ndlvldual wlll re ceuve IU return tor has education IN dlrect oroportton what he or she puts unto It "4l"9! ' 'mm f"""" Supenntenclent Orville Pederson PRINCIPAL GREETS STUDENTS Clark l-llgh School means different things to dltferent students One must be a student to understand that It ns students teachers asslgnments and actuvutues These are not unlque at as the partlcular nature ot the re latuonshlps between them that makes Clark l-lrgh School somethung special Clark Hugh ns a place to work play form frlendshlps and develop nndlvlduallty You read expenment questuon reclte wrlte and revsew these brlng understandlng You com pete you wan you thnll you grumble all these become an lnterwoven pattern that as you the volce and spunt of Maroon and Whlte 5 73'-no MISS ALICE BJORNSON Mathematics MR ROY ENGEL Amerscan Hnstory Buology Assistant Coach FACULTY MR E F ELKINS Socnal Scsence Coach MRS HELEN CAMPBELL Home Economucs MR ERLAND GUSTAFSON Vocatvonal Agriculture f-wk ' H11 f Sw-., FACULTY MRS LOIS HANKINS Typing Shorthand Offnce Practuce Bookkeeping MR MARVIN REUTHER Vocal and Instrumental Musnc MR STANLEY I-IANKINS English Declam MISS BETTY STERNER Englnsh Debate Journalusm MR DON LINDAHL Physics Assnstant Coach Drlver Trarnnng Industrial Arts 5-...I if CUSTODIAN Mark Day HOT LUNCH Mrs Mabel Qrouse Mrs Elizabeth Grove LUNCHROOM WORKERS 'Lf 4,1 11 N X I XX 3 I . u 1 5 Dorothy Hauck, Cheryl Wells, Anita Valberg , , wh. . 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X .Mr N 'Mr' xx .A .45 2 'ir-. ,hr ,Y 5 -.uw x, r -. fig ,Q-.w 14 r PPI.: 'iw ,nd LASSES Q' v,4,.,s wr-wi' V7 Frrst row left to rrght Helen Rernschmrdt June Gor Susue Qunaneta Margne Nrchols Sharon Pornmer Second row Darwun Wrka Judy Hanson Jane Morxtz Joan Wlllen Errol Johnson Thnrd row Jerry Wlcks Rlchard Harvey Joel Rasmussen Allan Asher Lee Fuller Fourth row Robert Donahue Bob Rasmussen Cordell Rasmussen Sterlmg Kloster Muss Wm ngs advlsor STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Councul rs composed of two repre sentatrves from each class and one from each or ganrzatron Its purpose ss to provide students with experuence an cutrzenshup and leadership Th councrl tnes to promote a closer relatnonshnp be tween our school and communety and between stu dents and faculty Its members are contrnually strrvrng to make C H S a better place to obtaln an educatron OFFICERS p'eS'denf, Joel RBSFUUSSGD, Secretary Treasurer, Helen Rernschmndt, Vuce Presndent, Sterlnng Kloster, is "' M - -' ' J Q 5 A 7 r -V rf , V . 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E I ' ' . . . is 1 l V I ' A , N X . 9' t ,. , I X ,, .Y X l SENIORS 5 Silber Preslden 'nfende Hman 5 rw 'lf O ns Uale Ho Treaslnel e Be Wwe Pederson Wee Press 6 n Segretanl 'V Sterne, and M ss Holtfla Renae wsclsf- CLASS FLOAT J' ,ph f--4 -5 E 'lsr ss-1' cz-Dr' Royalty attendants psctured from lett to rsght Helen Resrsschmsdt Ster lsng Kloster Carole Benson Darwsn Wska Sharon Pommer Joel Rag mussen Queen Renae Holman and Marshall Jerry Wscks The Sensor class the hsgh school s largest class ss made up of forty two members The sensors have partscs pated sn all the actsvstses and many have held smportant school offsces The boys have been actsve sn sports and many have excelled Thss past year the Sensors were fully sn charge of government days They elected members of the class to take over the county offsces for one day lt proved to be very snterestsrsg Dursng the Junsor year the class presented the play January Thaw Thss year Mother ss a Freshman was presented by the Sensors As Junsors the class was sn charge of the Junsor Sensor prom and banquet The theme Ksng Neptunes Court was carrsed out All sn all the class was quste outstandsng A large percentage were honor students Many memorses went wsth the Sensors as they graduated 11 'sr U'-5 4 Xl I' 1- T ff- , eva. x.f QQ Sex 6- s X X P' ., A I ' - f - . I I ----- . , s . sgwy Q If - h gh s I ,. A cs Q' s dpi M A , .A A 'l " Y' W' vs If-' Jl! 1 t ,Js ' -"' A' ks-ferr' , s. A c s 'ff .s E. . is Q as-J A we r"'s ,ls gg QM, We-s s 3 .I 1 e, s 4-. ll 4. . ji s A, k .s' Lvklv 3 7 ff 9 W- ' ws c si-. . ' 1 1 I 4 1 ' , ' s . . . , . . . . I - . . - ' . - A . . - ' ' II ll ' ll - 11 , . Il ' I -Il ' - I nga' Whse M f-.Sa Y 'U First row, BONNIE ANDERSON-FH A., Declamation, Band, Voice of Democracy, Glee Club, Chorus, Cheerleader, Maroon and White, All State Chorus, Library, Junior Class Play, One Act play, Senior Class Play ,... ALLAN ASHER-Chorus, Glee Club, Foot- ball, Basketball, Track, Maroon and White, Student Council "C" Club . . , JANICE BACHMAN-FHA., Glee Club, Chorus, Senior Class Play, Maroon and White, Cornet, Sweethears Candidate. Second row: CAROLE BENSON-YFHA., F.T.A,, Glee Club, Chorus, Speech Club, Junior Class Play, Declamation, Band, Cheerleader, DAR, Maroon and White, FFA. Sweetheart, Queen Candidate, One Act Play, Senior Class Play . . . MAYME LEE COWHERD- Glee Club, FHA., Maroon and White, Declamation, Salutatorian, Transfer from Wall, South Dakota . . . ROBERT DONAHUE-Band, Mixed Chorus, Glee Club, Boys Octet, Mixed Octet, Junior Class Play, Student Council, Maroon and White Editor, Comet, Boys' State, AllaState Band, All-State Chorus, Cornet Trio, Brass Sextet, Speech Club, One Act Play, Instrumental Soloist, Vocal Soloist, Accom- panist, Debate, Senior Class Play, Valedictorian, Third row: MARLENE EASTHOUSE-FHA .... LEE FULLER-Football, F.F.A., Basketball, Student Council,.Boys' State, Maroon and White, "C" Club, NASS, F,F.A, Sentinel, F,F.A. Reporter. . . JUDY GRAFF-Band, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, F,H.A,, Vocal Solo, F.T.A,, Declamation, Maroon and White, Girls Sextet, Librarian, All-State Chorus, Senior Class Play , , REVANN GREEN- F,H.A, Glee Club. . a..t,, .-X, -. y - ' -. awk rg 3, 7- 23 'Nix if i""-'si'- . s-7 'ig at VV' sf' ,-1 'F- S 4' 'N 1 the 7765 W, 3 .,-if i 'GUS First row: JAMES GUFFEY-Football, Basketball, Band, Declam, Debate, Junior Class Play, "C" Club, N.A.S.S., F.T.A., Comet, Maroon and White, Speech Club, Boys' State Alternate, Senior Class Play . . . DONALD HESS-Football, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Boys Octet, Student Manager, All-State Chorus, "C" Club . . . DALE HOFFMAN-Football, Basketball, Comet, F.F.A. Vice President, F.F.A. 'Basket- ball, Senior Class Vice-President, Senior Class Play. Second row: RENAE HOLMAN-Chorus, Glee Club, Declamation, F.H.A., Maroon and White, Comet, Senior Class President, Sopho- more Vice President, Queen, Secretary-Treasurer of Band, PianoAccompanist, Vocal Solo, Saxophone Solo . . . MILDRED HOWARD- SON-F.H.A., F.T.A. . . . DONALD KITTE , Glee Qub, F.F.A. Treasurer, Junior Class Vice-President, Football. SENIORS Third row: STERLING KLOSTER-Freshmen Class President. Football, Basketball, FFA., Secretary, Junior Class Play, Student Coun- cil Vice President, Student Council President, N.A.S.S,, "C" Club, Maroon and White, Comet, Marshall Candidate, Teen-Age Rodeo Winner, Senior Class Play . . . PHYLLIS LARSON-F.H,A Presiden t, Cheerleader, Chorus, Glee Club, Maroon and White, FFA. Sweet- heart Candidate, Senior Class Play . . . WARREN LEATHERMAN . . .PATRICIA McGRAW-F.H.A,, Band, Clarinet Quartet, Glee Club, Chorus, Vocal Solo, Girls Sextet, Maroon and White, F.T.A. ,N 'C INA. First row: ERMA MOHKOR-F.H.A .... LOIS MURRAY-FHA., Chorus, Glee Club . . . MARILYN NEAL--F.H.A. Treasurer, Ma roon and Wnite, One-Act Play, Senior Class Play. SENIORS Second row: MARGIE NICHOLS-F.H.A. Historian, Glee Club, Chorus, Student Council . . . MICHAEL O'NEIL-Football, Basket- ball, Student Manager, Track, "C" Club . . . RONALD PETERSON-F.F,A., "C' Club, Basketball, Football, Track . . . DENNIS PIG- MAN-Glee Club, Chorus, Football, Basketball, Track, F.F.A., "C" Club. Third row: SHARON POMMER-Chorus, Glee Club, Band, All-State Chorus, Mixed Octet, Girls Sextet, Saxophone Quartet, Declam Debate, F.H.A., F.T.A., Speech Club, Maroon and White, Comet, Junior Class Play, Student Council, Girls State, Queen Candidate Senior Class Play, Salutatorian , . . AZUCENA QUILANETA-A.F.S. Exchange Student, Student Council, F.H.A., Declam, Debate. . . . CORDELL RASMUSSEN-Football, "C" Club Vice President, Junior Class Play, Student Council, Mixed Octet, Boys Quartet Chorus, Glee Club, F,F.A,, Track, Maroon and White, All State Chorus, Vocal Soloist . . . JOEL RASMUSSEN-Student Council Presi- dent, Chorus, Glee Club, FFA., All-State Chorus, Basketball, Football, Marshall Candidate. 31511-t ,ffk i' 1 N iid S af Aga. ,-5 Km gt? S.. i"i jail-If JUNIORS QQYXGQS Q? 'Q S. dl r-16" Q' reel OKC-55036 ack Xce B Cain and X0 fe! Dxff S wo C1236 qw? 6,49 e seg CLASS FLOAT 5,13 hwtx On the float are Sherman Benson Bobette Thorson Marlun Johnson Candy Elkins The rumor class of Clark Hugh School began nts second to last year wuth the electron of Bob Graham as presl dent Robert Pommer vuce presudent and secretary treasurer Ardyce Fox They also chose June Gort and Errol Johnson to represent them In Student Council Thelr Homecomung float a Northland scene wuth the theme Sno Em Under was awarded Honorable Men tnon In the Hugh School Dlvlsaon The Junlor Class Play was a mystery comedy entntled The Case of the Mrsslng Heurs lt was dlrected by Mr Stan Hankuns The year was clrmaxed by the annual Junror Sensor Prom I6 s' I ' 1 4 may . , y S yy KAf"xa!: 1 L: A -'l 5. , x if .3 X T ff ' I 905 44 ,fy t eg- 5 00,7 I xt L .ce -. , L,- Q cp 61 -V 1 . 'xllgx 'u 441- ft ' fy ' l '7 cel' 'I VC 'l so .' Cnc- K ,ig N R ., ' VI ' l . : . ,Q p , . y W -YV .' f . . Q 5.413 Zx.Ui..LA f T y 2 , -. sf fi A t Q1- 'X lx f l ' 'l' ' A S 1 1 1 ' T , l 4 v 8 l , 5 I I ' 9 4' First row: Patricia Barron, Richard Bell, Gail Benson, Karen Benson, Sherman Benson, Shawn Bl9Qe" Second row: Colette Bowen, Mary Carter, Earl Eckerson, Cindy Elkins, Mona FialStad, DlCl4 Fuller- Third row: Ardyce Fox, Judy Fox, James Garvin, June Gort, Robert Graham, Carol Handke. Fourth row: Judith Holman, Errol Johnson, Marlin Johnson, Ronald Lamb, Sandra Matz, Sharon Messerole. Fifth row: Robert Mohror, Jeanette Peterson, Ruth Peterson, Robert Pommer, Dennis Reitz, Mary Shirk. Sixth rowi Dale Smith, Sheldon Stevens, Bobette Thorson, Anita Valberg, Richard Wells, Joan Willen. F' - , Z , ' . Xxx 3 -33. jivv 'TT' .,.,,,..-fp 'J if , S S S .ia 'R' 3 L4 ,-an , VN, --. ' -rx' .44l""' SGPHOMORES OFFTCERS ADVISQR W l 'jf Y Ba,-mick. -dent: l-am' Sade- Schanck, Pfesf 5 keeg, 4 MISS AU 5i2YPresident? 8132373 32-Iampbell, Re CE BJORNSQN tafY'-neasurer' poffef. CLASS FLOAT 5 f L 4' -. 'M' ffff V f"f .T flrfff 'ft fiwfgfv L. Pictured on the float are Merrilee Newcomb, Judy Hoffman, Mar- garet Seaberg, Cheryl Wells and Larry Bannick. The sophomore class elected Kathy Schanck as their presidentg Larry Bannick, Vice Presidentg Anita Sarkees Secretary-Treasurer. The Student Council representatives were Jane Moritz and Bob Rasmussen. The sopho- more class float, a Paris scene with the Eifel Tower and the newest fashions, placed second in the Homecom- ing Parade. The sophomore advisor is Miss Bjornson. I8 3' J, , ar 'ar ' -" it f 4' if . 31 .. I '24 A ' A ua , Z' qf lf ,iQ i -V r ' :J grad .g:,:::f::::::-1, Q' 1- , .- . , x,....i -:: :::zl .:::::i-'....' 1 fr-::lil':::::::' 1: ,- ' ht! '4--' -I .cr -il , First row' Catherine Ackerman, Judy Alexander, David Anderson, Larry Bannick, Kenneth Bell, Carmen Callsen, Barbara Campbell. Second row: Richard Carlson Henry Deters, Deanna Fox, Jack Gort, Dorothy Hauck, Judy Hoffman, Marjorie Hughes. SOPHOMORES Third row, Lois Jones, Jerry Knox, Leroy Rrappe, Shirley Leatherman, Laverne Lebert, Shirley Messerole, Robert Mich- aiski, Jane Mant: Fourth row: Gary Neuberger, Merrllee Newcomb, JoAnn Nichols, Lyle Pigman, Robert Rasmussen, Anita Sarkees, Kath- leri Schanck, Margaret Seaberg, Fifth rowi Merritt Seeteldt, Joyce Sprouse, Marlys Stanley, Dan Stevens, Mariorie Tauscher, Ronald Wallen, Cheryl Wells, Scott Willen. ., ,,, H J .ff .A A I A 1 X JM il Q 4 4 l N9 1 ' J " 2 ' D' l 'J i ' , W "1 Q J A 'ft' . I FRESHMEN 'S K NQL eilriwlz SeVef7S pr of E Pre ary T1-ea es' nf MR R su ent Sure, es! n e W 'e Lark, 'ka n wee CLASS FLOAT Karen Stevens was elected presudent Duanne Wuka was chosen vuce presudent and Leslue Larkun secretary treasurer as the Freshman class began theur furst of four years at Clark Hugh Judy Hanson and Ruchard Harvey were elected as student councul representatuves It dudn t take the Freshman long to enter unto the whurl of Hugh School Actuvutues The Freshman advusor us Mr Engel 20 ' , S I' - ' D ' d - 'L 7 D'9n . . I . . - . I . .ll - , . . , I . . . ,Z .-1 , fax, BBN 4 41' lui .. R' Nl! Frrst row John Anderson Nancy Barley Bette Blegen Lowell Bowne Alrce Carter Betty Claussen Roma Eneboe Second row James Flerschhacker Chnstona Geuse Chtf Gort Judy Hanson Rrchard Harvey Kenneth Hess Marlene Hoffrran Thrrd row Shurley Holman Gaul Holmes Larry Hovde Jerry Jewell Delmvn Johnson Leo Jungen Terry Kent FRESHMEN Fourth row Orla Krrkeby Dora Klaudt Leslle Larmn Rrchard Larson Sandra Larson Janet Mehlberg Rrchard Murray Frfth row James Olson Jean OConner Betty Rasmussen hm Rasmussen Carol Raymer Mrke Reed Jam Sannes Srxth row Vuckre Stanley Karen Stevens Sharel Swanson, Wendre Ullyot Robert Wagner Nancy Wrllen Dranne Wrka Barbara Wrrght ,sv 'L me l -3 J ' , A U B5 J A Q ' 1 'S ' 1 ,Q 4 X .Q U J lf r 3 ' Q 'l 2 ' xii, M A , 'ar - . ,' ,Az " ' '- . v M , r ,far 1 , , , 7 ' ' . -:ff " I tl N 'l 'sl I' V , 553: vii gt . :K v-'N .W , M U ' , .N X '11 .sys -5' we B 1 . " ' ' 4 7 ', 33' r 5' v. ,J .. . r, Q BX' , . 51 9' f'-' l i 1 I r Siiifw ' I , ' . , f ' 1 I r . I . 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I , , H I I . xl l l va 5 Q A A It - ' I ' 1 l l I l 4 1 1 First row: Dorothy Hauck, Marlys Stanley, Ruth Peterson, Sharon Blegen, Susie Quilaneta, Revann Green, Christina Geise Carmen Callsen, Marlene Hoffman, Wendy Ullyot, Karen Stevens, Kathy Schanck, Sharel Swanson, Bette Blegen, Judy Hanson Dianne Wika Jane Moritz, Gail Holmes, Merrileee Newcomb, Leslie Larkin. Second row: Ardyce Fox, Kathy Ackerman, Margie Hughes, Anita Valberg, Phyllis Larson, Lois Murray, Margaret Seaberg Bette Ras mussen, Barbara Campbell, Shirley Messerole, Anita Sarkees, Vicki Stanley, Helen Steen, Sharon Pommer, Deanna Fox Nancy Bailey Third rowi Lois Jones, Janice Bachman, Janet Mehlberg, Marlene Easthouse, Shirley Holman, Barbara Wright Bobette Thorson Cindy Elkins, Dora Klaudt, Roma Eneboe, Orla Kirkeby, Mary Shirk, Judy Hoffman, Mayme Cowherd, Renae Holman Margie Nichols Judith Holman, Fourth row: Mrs. Campbell, Cheryl Wells, Judy Alexander, Joyce Sprouse, Marilyn Neal, Margie Tauscher, Erma Mohror Sandra Matz Patricia Barron, Carole Raymer, Mildred Howardson, Helen Reinschmidt, Tamra Smith, Carol Handke, Sylvia Valberg Betty Claussen Jean O'Connor FUTURE HOMEMAKERS of AMERICA The F.H.A. has been a busy organization this year as usual, They entered the winning Home- coming float, a float portraying peace among the nations of the world, held their annual pheasant feed with the members of the FFA., and also joined the FFA. for a Christmas party. They had a "Heart Sister Week" followed by a "Heart Sister Party" during which each girl was a "good fairy" to the girl whose name she drew from a hat. At present, the girls are involved in redecorating the home economics department. The organization of sixty-eight girls has Mrs. Campbell as their capable advisor. Left to right. Jane Moritz, Historian, Judi Holman, Presi- dent, Patty Barron, Vice President, Mayme Cowherd, Treas- urer, Sylvia Valberg, Secretary, Anita Valberg, Parlimentarian OFFICERS FHA FFA National Chorus: Errol Johnson, Gail Benson. Chapter Delegates: Dale Hoffman, Sterling Kloster. FHA redecorating the Home Ec room FFA Basketball Sweetheart Candida tes and Escorts Betty Crocker Home- maker: Helen Reinschmidt FFA President, Jerry Wicks, Sweetheart, Car- ole Benson 36 First row Susie Quilaneta Bonnie Anderson Joan Willen Mary Shirk Kathy Schanck Carole Benson Second row Carmen Callsen Nancy Willen Bobette Thorsor' Wendie Ullyot Mayme Cowherd Jeanette Peterson Richard Larson Third row Miss Sterner Sharon Pommer Renae Holman Tamra Smith Dora Klaudt Lois Jones Anita Sarkees M DECLAMATION Hankins DISTRICT DECLAM WINNER Bonnie Anderson ,- ff' FORENSICS A Speech Club was formed this year by the Forensics Department to promote more interest in speech Twenty two members answered to the roll They are to be gov erned by president Mona Flalstad vice president Jane Moritz secretary treasurer Helen Reinschmidt and a board of control which consists of one member ing 50 points at the end of their tour years The Debate team went to Invitational Tournaments at Redfield Brookings and Watertown They received a second rating at Brookings and thus earned a trophy Anita Sarkees humorous Susie Quilaneta-dra matics Joan Willen poetry and Bonnie Anderson oratory were the local declamation winners Bonnie went to the regional contest at Webser where she won an ex cellent Miss Betty Sterner and Mr Stan Hankins were the directors A I I I I 1 I I I I r cc,-A y ' I 5 . .- from each class. Awards will be given to seniors obtain sf ' I It I Q I - J I ' I -' l A 38 ANG'- FORUGN Elm A F 5 WPKNF-5 ST M THE- Wm' A R uoew PRO CA ND K6 u Name Ca cena SUSE Q 0,6 Be'7Son AIU FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA y GufeyBbettT'hor MaryShkHlenSt S Vlbeg h WH Mon FyltdSadyMafz . - ' D. rf fx - K K f ,L N '.' fi 'D H X If X r Seafed: Roma Eneboe, Anita Sarkees, Kath Schanck, Jim f , o e son, if , e een, Stan in : udy Gra , a ty McGraw, ylvia a r , S arm Pornmer, Joan i en, a 'as a , n STAFF: Renae Holman, Errol Johnson, Bob Graham, Joan Willen, Sheldon Stevens, Bob Donahue, Darwin Wika, Jeanette Peterson, Mona Fjalstad MAROON AND TYPIST5: Pat McGraw. Janice Bachman, Sylvia Valberg, Carole Benson REPORTERS: Judi Holman, Judy Graff, Phyllis Larson, Ronald Sundvold, Jim Guffey, Jerry Wicks, Sterling Kloster, Lee Fuller, Cordell Rasmussen, Sharon Pommer, Tamra Smith, Cindy Elkins, June Gort. Seatedi Bobette Thorson, Bonnie Anderson, Helen Reinschmidt. gi-5, if if 9, hx 1 s 'J an "3 k l thx ,Lv r 14 1, V " N 1 k -5 Q L Q '55 Ve 'Q '76 ,N Q fl Q W SPORTS '1 vm' Q. .. .4ft.1.e.4 First rgwj Lowell Bowne, Lerqy Krappe, Lyle Pigman, Robert Wagner, Dick Fuller, Robert Pommer, Joel Rasmussen, Robert Rasmus- sen, Merritt Seefeldt, Ronald Peterson, Gary Neuberger. Second row: Sterling Kloster, Dennis Pigman, Darwin Wika, Marlin Johnson, Allan Asher, Robert Graham, Lee Fuller, Richard Bell, Cordell Rasmussen, Kenneth Bell, Jerry Wicks, Mike O'Neil, Don Sannes. Third row: Mr. Elkins, Gail Benson, Jim Rasmusson, Errol Johnson, Robert Micnalski, Dan Stevens, Jack Gort, Jim Olson, Terry Kent, Delmyn Johnson, Richard Harvey, Mr Engel, Mr. Lindahl. FOOTBALL The Clark Comets ended the l958 football sea- son with a four win, four loss record which was good for fifth place in the conference standings. The Comets achieved the goal of beating all other 'B' schools in the conference by a fairly sizable margin. Lettermen who returned for the 1958 squad were seniors, Jerry Wicks, Allan Asher, Joel Rasmussen, Cordell Rasmussen, Lee Fuller, Dennis Pigman, Mike O'Neil, Sterling Kloster, and Don Sannes, and juniors, Bob Graham, and Jim Garvin. Those who earned their letters this year were Darwin Wika, Ronnie Peterson, Dick Bell, and Marlin Johnson. The Comets are coached by E. F. lBuddyl El- kins and assistants Donald Lindahl and Roy Engel. 5 Faulkton Sisseton Britton Redfield Groton Webster Doland Milbank They 6 27 7 26 6 32 7 55 ,L 3.3 ' 1 IH u1,,i,,,4,,.R 1 , K RR 41-Fung Nh' . ' VV-I' 'Q' -, 3' , 0 1 P' .fs A - M31 A' A A Q I ' 11 I , A - , , .- ,x ,, A gwxly X K- A M '19 -xv ' ,M1-gy? Q' ' air".-13" 'ft'-f L, M., ' 'gal'--,-. ' U2-fy. ' - ,jsgik 1-1 L . 'f ,L:11-,,,- , jgj. jjj Q f f mv .. . , 44" 1',-..-, .M ff f' A , . 1 ,-55a-'Q "ff,--1 Vgvn , 5.3. 5, r - - ,, f -gf L, ,ff -- '13',.,5- .-q:1'- -- finix"m.'.4-s2fY,,v9?f?'mi -wlK.'wA'1.'fzQfb:'.f1?: Lm..,?g-iiQ5?'fK7-?':gf AEM' ,Zf122:Ln.1,4,v:K,'fl+,Ns:ff STERLING KLOSTER DARWIN WIKA . v , BOB GRAHAM 'TE Q! S: . i A Q4 - z 1 -. ' ' Q t 1 . . 1 L. arf-2 , M ' V M A ' 5 ,I vi.. "A 4,416.3 A' -ff 5 X1 'I - , ' V 1 , , '. x 1 5 5 5 gs I I mfg In ,Av S. 54-,,,,j4,,? h- R I J v in Y V er '- X' ' '. JIM GARVI IMISIHIEII JERRY WICKS 'l 52. y ' fi trnbfr ,,"1ik ,Egg b f- :.'LL..: .Mg . L J-9-41 A 'gf W L, f E' 4 -1 ..A. y! ol x Q, .Ewahf P- 4 ,xwx - - I . '- " 'Q-,.-1-.'Sw',-f,.. 9,145 f"j,'lf. ' !'Lf"f,Ti - yfbffl .u+1'5'ffr W by Agfa Wil! ,Q ..- :if ,H l'4fCii.,1g "M fx QA RONALD PETERSON E 'iff ' , Q . . ' . 2. - ' , Q ' 4 I, V. i 1 3. Y --H-' I -n-7-1,-3, 1 .J S 1 Na ON S NNES .ki ,- 'ii' ia. qw - .X.. .,r,., . , ,, .....,.-.. . 4 .- -..-H . tb AGI I 2-N: "3 X . W1 SQA J .,- ff-.ff ' 'f ' L1 . . i Y , . :Nl 1, y W N 'KA :M "'.'-' f A N Wkyjf' r '-wN.:"f . DENNIS PIGMAN '.a'f-.:5ll ' '..' " - 1. f A , 4 , .A a ,Y 7 5, ' , rf fs 151. -' . N -Vg--ow- fl S14 X - 43, -rj' 4 1 1 .wo4w,,,',v 4: 1 ' ' .png H Q, -.4 .. , Q ,, -.-Q4 .--...-a , ,X X x 5645? j .s oh- ,- L . 1 ' brig'-,.'ffL JY if , 'NLM' .?.s-'Q'?4??-buff", ':- 3 A fbi: M :jf .gil f5.ffJii"agi'fA:,'m2g.5.5f'i4.'a' 4 - .flL'1'355'?f'X P A 73 CORDELL RASMUSSEN ' -.Ed L 8 4' 4 pl , -. . . Y Q Z4 in 9 A., . ,A 1 '- J ....,.4.-- . -,.......4'K- 'I L 1 N 2-4 ' I E in L. 5. . , - . . , J ' . N' ' ' L - 5 LEE FULLER -.ff-"f-if L',V 3 ?-,,f?:. .Q - 5 M c , -Q, 15-L-4 +2.55 ffl WA,gL,,,,..a.:. Qui . I x 'I .A , :H f - M u w 4 xv -Q. 3 ,f 17 sf 1 A ' '- . IX. Lx gt,-,Af ,ly ,luhl:: , sv' 1","v'i3 5,1 X .vfwl ' W JOEL RASMUSSEN . ...+I -I '. . 1 f--f 32 E J r , E, ,V b 1 K . n - 4..- .v,p 's MARLI N JOHNSON I . . . x Q 4 .-Q -..... f...,+- ......1v- +1f.' 'Q I ,YT ' f.f's5 'io U if M , My Q? a Q 5 Y .np 'F ,A GJ ,5 iv., qw Q 'X Almi- Q3 .ng AV .4 Q, ,IH Qql 1 - 4' 1' . , ' U -V ,-tm-' ' n. 5 ' , . '- Q.. - A Q ' ' Q . QD a L Q in . 0, 0 H' Q C 0-.k '4', -I . . I 1 'M Q I W? Y 'ft '1 -Y Q A .u'J2, i A 'w p,n 45" '. ff' pw -5 ,112 ? 9 . wm- v 0- ,V ies new EW If las c bk 'Q J. YV 'lint ' 'ffakif x 'll x K AUKEIJBBX I so 14 - E2 4 N Ill First rowi Larry Bannick, Merritt Seefeldt, Jim Rasmusson, Dan Stevens, Bob Rasmussen, Bob Wagner, Lowell Bowne, Jim Olson Richard Murray, Richard Harvey. Second row. Mr. Elkins, Gail Benson, Sterling Kloster, Darwin Wika, Robert Pommer, Bob Graham, Allan Asher, Don Sannes, Dick Bell, Mike O'Neil, Jim Guffey, Jim Garvin, Jerry Wicks, Jack Gort, Don Lindahi. BASKETBALL When Coach E. F. "Buddy" Elkins issued the call for basketball players for the '58-59 season, he was greeted by the appearance of seven letter- men, They are as follows: Robert Pommer, Jim Garvin, Don Sannes, Jim Guffey, Bob Graham, Jerry Wicks, and Darwin Wika. in conference play the Comets wound up the season in fourth place with a recofd of 8-5. Comets were beaten in the first round by DeSmet. invitational Tournament by defeating Oldham. The Comets were beaten in the first round by DeSme.t Underclassmen returning on the "A" Team are: Juniors-Bob Graham, Jim Garvin, Robert Pom- mer, Dick Bell, Freshmen-Bob Wagner, Lowell Bowne. The "B" Team, which rated fourth in the con- ference, was coached by Don Lindahl. Conde Britton Redfield Milbank Webster DeSmet Sisseton Doland They 67 34 48 34 47 36 52 38 They Milbank 43 Groton 37 Redfield 44 Webster 54 Groton 44 Doland 39 Britton 43 Conde 52 Lake Preston 48 :ggi F I .1 JVF RY WICVS ROBERT POMMER if 50 xi 1 xI.JQT MIKE ONEIL 'N -1 A 1 NN GUFFEK 4 DON SANNE5 3, ..-4 DF WIN VVIKH :Z JIM GARVIN 0 ,Y X 2 1 g , xiii ,f ' fxawiex Q 1' .Y , , N r 51 5' :Pg , , , J rf ' X , rf ANDERSON CHEVROLET BALDWIN CREAMERY BELLER'S FROSTED LOCKERS BOCKOVEN DRUG STORE BUELOW STUDIO CALVERT BARBER SHOP CARR'S TEXACO CITlZEN'S STATE BANK CLARK COMMUNITY OIL CO CLARK COUNTY COURIER CLARK COUNTY FARMERS ELEVATOR CLARK COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CLARK ELECTRIC SERVICE CLARK HOTEL 8 MOTEL CLARK JEWELRY STORE CLARK MEDICAL CENTER CLARK ROLLER FEED MILL CLARK VETERINARY SERVICE COAST TO COAST STORE DESNOYERS HARDWARE DOYEN S CAFE EDNAS DRESS SHOP GAMBLES GUEST PLUMBING C1 HEATING Band 24 25 Basketball 48 SI Board of Educat on C b Class PIays Comet Cooks and Custod an Dedlcat on SPONSORS HALLBERG'S SALES 6 SERVICE HASNER SEED HOUSE HAYES-LUCAS LUMBER YARD HAUGLAND FUNERAL HOME HUBBARD IMPLEMENT COMPANY KENT'S BAKERY 6 COFFEE SHOP K G K SERVICE KNUTSON'S DRUG STORE LARKIN POTATO COMPANY MACK'S STANDARD SERVICE MALTBY FUNERAL HOME OK SERVICE STATION OLSON S MOTOR COMPANY REED PONTIAC RUSS CHICKERY SCHWARTZ BARBER SHOP SEAVER S PLUMBING THE SPUD TOM THUMB STORE TUTHILL LUMBER COMPANY ULLYOTS MARKET WAGNERS CLEANER G MENS WEAR WARDROBE CLEANERS WELLS SUPER VALU A Smcere thanks to our sponsors INDEX FFA and FHA 34 35 Lbrary F T A Maroon and White Faculty NIIXECI Chorus 28 29 Football 45 48 N A S S Pr nc pal Freshmen 20 2I Sensors ll 5 Glee Clubs Sophomores I8 I9 Homecommg 32 33 Sponsors Jun ors I6 I7 Student Councul Super ntendent 52 i ,.......,.....,,,,, A,,,.., 4 .......,,..,.,..sL,,,..,,...... 6 -7 ' ..........--.....-.------------. - " " Clu ..,.,..........,,,.......,..........., 44 ......,.......,..A,,...,,....,.......... - I - - V --------',-,---------"'------ ----A---- V 44 Cheerleaders ,.................,.,.......,........, 3? 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