Eleva Strum Central High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Strum, WI)

 - Class of 1951

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We eat together We eat together We study together l86LCafl0l'l To the task of maklng our chlldren better c1t1zens of our glonous natlon through better educatlon wlth modern lnstructlonal equlpment thls bu11d1ng IS hereby dedlcated Our dedlcatlon scroll E lk YQ CENT QAL UN1ON FREE F-MGH SCHOOL L MBL 1 3 3' Cfmfmfd 5 9 17 18 20 22 Z4 25 26 28 32 40 42 Faculty Seniors Undergraduates Junior Class Sophomore Class Freshman Class Snapshots Activities Music Athletics Clubs Scenes Advertising 1 11 111 1 1 U 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 111 1 1 1 1 111 111 11 1 1 111 1 1111 11 111 .1 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 11 1 11 1 11 11 U 1 11 N 1 11 1 11 11 11 11 11 am i 1111 1 1 11 11 11 11 11 11111 11 111 1 111 11 111 11 1111 1 11 111 11 11 1111 111 111 11 11 111 111 111 11 11 111 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 1 1 111 111 1 11 111 1111 1111 11 111 1 11 1 111 1111 11 11 1 111 11 11 11 1 11 1 1 11 111 11 1 1 .111.1111111111 111.1111111111 .111.1111111111 111.1111111111 111111111111111 1.111.111.1111 .111.1111111111 111.1111111111 .111.1111111111 111.1111111111 .111-11.11.1111 111.1111111111 111111111111111 111111111111111 111111111111111 111.1111111111 111111111111111 111.1111111111. 11111111 1111111111111 11111111111111111111111 111111111111.111.111111 111.111111111.111111.11 1..11.11111111111111111 11111111111.11111111111 1.11111.11.1111.1111111 11111.11111.11111 111.1 1111111111 111111111111 11111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111.111 11111111111111111111111 1111111.111111111111111 111.111111111111.11111. 111111111111111111.1111 1111111.11.111111111111 .1111.1111111111111111. 1.1111111111111.111111 11.1111111111111..11111 1111111 111111111111111 1.11111 111111111111111 1111111111111.1.11111.. 11111111.1111w11111111. 1.111111111111111111111 111.1111111.11111111111 1111 11 111111111111111 1111111111111111111111. 11111111111111111111111 .11.1111111111111111111 11.111 111111111111111 1 11 111111111111111 111111111111.1111111111 .11111111.1111111.1111. 1111111.11111111..11111 11111111111.1111111 111111 1111.111 11111 .11111 1.111111 11111. 1.11.11.11111.111111111 1111111 111111111111111 111111111..1.11.11.1111 111.111111111111111.11. 1..111111111111.11.1111 .1111111111111111.1.111 11111 111111111111111 11111111111.1.11111111. 1111111111 111111111111 1.11111 111111111111 1111 1 111111111111111 111111 111111111111111. 111.11 11 .1111111111 111111 1 11111.11111111 111111 11111111111111 111.111 11 1111111111 1111111111 111111111111 11 1 111.1111111111 111111 11111111111111 111.11 11 11111111111 .111111 11 11111111111 11 11111 .1111 111111 H1111 11 1111 111111 11111 111 111111111111 11111 11111111111 111111 11111111111 11 111111 1111111 111111 111111111111111 111111 1111 11111 1 1.1.1111 11111 1 1111111111.111 11111 1 111.1111111111 111.111 111111 11.111 1.111111 111111111 1 1.11 11111111111 11 1111111 111111111111111 111111 111.1 1111.111 1111111 1 11111111111 1111 1, 11111. 1111 111 11 11 111 1111.1 .11 1 1 1 111.1111 111 11 111.1111111111 1 1111111.11111111111 1111 11 111 111 111111 11 1111 1 111 1. 111 1 1 1 1 11 1 111 11 1 1111 1111.1 11 1 1 11111 1 11 1 111 1 111111 1 11111 11 11.1 1 1. 1 111111 1111 1 1111.1 11 111111111 11 1 11 11111111 1 111111 111 111 1 11 1 111 1111 11 111 11 11 1 1111 1.1111 1 11 1.11 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 1 11 11 111 111 1 11 1 11 1111 11 1 11.1111 1111111 11111 111111 11111 11 1 .11111 11111 11-111 111111111 11 1111 .1111111 11 1 111111 111111111 11 1 1 111111111 11 1 1 .1 111111111 11 1 1 11.1 1 1111 11 1 Ol ? w GCI! t MISS DORIS GUNTHER Degree Bachelor of Science College University of Wisconsin Graduate School Superior State College Subjects English Acuvrtres Dramat Class Advisor rcs Forensics Library Junior MR CLARENCE MISCH Degree Backelor of Science College Stevens Pomt State Subjects Home Economics Activities F H A College MR LEON MITCHELL Degree Bachelor of Science College Plattvrlle State College Subjects Agriculture Activities F F A MR. WILLIAM RADTKE Degree: Bachelor of Education: Graduate School, University of Wisconsin. Subjects: Typing, Boo eep g Activities: Newspap kk in , Shorthand. er Advisor, Senior Class Advisor. MR. HERBERT SPERGER Degree: Bachelor of Science. College: Eau Claire State College. . . . h Subjects: Mathematics, Civics, Head Coac . Activities: Athletics. ,Q Q: 6 CICM MR FRED HEISSNER Principal Degree Bachelor of Philosophy College Marquette University Library School University of Wisconsin Graduate School Marquette University and Uni versity of Minnesota Activities Annual advisor Operetta Director MRS THEODORE ACKER Degree Bachelor of Science College Eau Claire State College Subjects English Civics World History Activities Forensics Dramatrcs MR. DONALD B ARRIES Degree Bachelor of Science College Eau Claire State College Graduate School University of Minnesota Subjects General Science Biology General Math Chemistry Activities Freshman Class Advisor MR DALE L BALDWIN Degree Bachelor of Science College Eau Claire State College Subjects Band Choir Grade School Music Social Problems Activities Pep Club Advisor, Operetta Director, Annual Photographer. MR. ROBERT BRED ESEN Degree: Bachelor of Science. College: Eau Claire State College. Subjects: Physical Education, Assistant Coach, World History, American History. Activities: Sophomore Class Advisor. 7 'Y 'Fi "5-., ,VY '1 ,ff :.g"'.n effigy gk C ig 4 ,fr if ,., CC?CHf1'CI! Qfii,l1i011 fiijfff' 9691, 621111001 of Cfgleva C17hIG:jiYll1lI- gjoninzew cemenl gxvrcises '27 lnesciuy evening, 2 1413 114-ernly-liiirci 7 Zineieen fIli.?'!CITt'll anci ,lilly-one al vigil! crflvfif 391: dclaool Qyrnnasx n I"09I"Cll'l'l Processional. . . . High School Band Invocation . . . . Pastor Blom Salutatory . . . Carol Petersen Valedictory ...... Richard Matson Quartet . . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatcher . . . . . . Mr. and Mrs. Dale Baldwin Presentation of awards . . Mr. Heissner Commencement address. Mr. T. M. Sogge . . . . . . . . . . . St. Olaf College Solo ....... Mr. Aage Wickmann Presentation of Diplomas . Mr. Heissner Benediction ....... Pastor Blom Recessional ..... 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HAGENESS My thoughts are my compamons F H A 4 DALE O HANSON The harderl try to be good the worse I am Chou I 2 3 11 8l'll0I'd 2l'll0l'5 YI Y' MICHAEL A HANSON ny a lass has srghed for htm rn varn alas rn vam Baseball 1 2 3 4 Basketball I 2 3 4 Newspaper Staff 3 4 Annual Staff 3 Football 4 Class Vrce Pres 4 Letter Club 4 Operetta 4 Ma IENNIE L HEATH Iennre may seem a quret lass but wart trll you see her out of class Glee Club I Mrxed Chorus I Chorr 2 WALLACE I HEATH I do the hardest work of my whole day before breakfast gettrng up Baseball I 2 Basketball I 2 3 4 Chorrr 2 3 4 Bandr 2 3 4 Track I Class Treas 3 Oper etta 4 Letter Club 4 WAYNE L HEATH Those who know hrm best apprecrate hrm most Baseball 1 Basketball I 2 3 4 Chorr r Class Treas 1 Newspaper Staff 3 Annual Staff 3 Student Councrl 3 Class Vrce Pres 3 Track 3 Letter Club 4 EDGAR T HULBERG As brrrnful of mrschref and glee as ever a human form can be Football 4 Class Play 4 BETTY I JACKSON What rs lrfewrthout a 1-mg? Student Councrl I Newspaper Staff 3 4 F H BASIL L JOHNSON I only have one lrfe andl m makrng the most of rt Basketball I 2 3 Baseball 1 2 Football 4 Chorr 4 Operetta 4 12 VONNE A LARSON My srlence wrll never betray me Grrls Glee Club I Mrxed Chorus I Chou 2 Forensrcs 3 4 Band 3 4 Newspaper Staff4 RICHARD G MATSON He who mes wrllalways wm Band I 2 3 4 Choxr 1 2 3 4 One ActPlay 1 3 Class Play 3 4 Orchestra I Basketball I Forensrcs 2 Annual Staff 3 Student Councrl 3 Operetta 4 GERALDINE C OLSON Im able to work but I d rather play Cheerleader I 2 3 4 Glrl s Glee Club I Class Treas 2 Band 2 Chorus 2 3 F H A 4 Offrce G1r14 Newspaper staff4 Annual Sl3ff4 Class Play 3 Forensrcs 2 3 4 Student Counc1l3 Chorr 2 3 Pep Club 4 Lrbrary Club 4 RONALD OLSON Play up play up and play the game Baseball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Foot ball 4 Forensrcs 3 Class Presrdent 3 Newspaper Staff 4 Letter Club 4 Operetta CAROL G PETERSEN Be merry rf you are wtse Pep Club I 2 3 4 Pres 4 Forensrcs 1 2 4 Newspaper Staff 3 4 Annual Staff 3 4 One act play 3 Class Play 4 Lrbrary Club 4 RONALD C PETERSEN Teachers thmk I am so sweet they always want me rn the foremost seat Baseball 2 3 Basketball 3 F F A Basketball 4 One act play 3 Football 4 I 13 en L 0l'5 ell L 0I'5 1 LYNN A PETERSON One cannotalways bea hero but one can alwaysbe a man Baseball I 2- Basketball 1 2 3 4- Football 4- Letter Club 4- Secretary of Class I A JEROME ROSMAN He has a monopoly on monkey bustness Basketball I 2 Baseball I 2 One act Play 3 All school play 3 F F A 4 DOUGLAS G RUNKEL lfl m not talktng I m thmkrng of somethmg to say Secretary of class 3 JOAN J SKOGSTAD A glrl who blushes Isbetter than onewho turns pale Band I 2 3 4 ChotrI Student Counctl I Class secretary I Newspaper staff 3 Pep Club 3 4 F H A 4 Class Treasurer 4 Class Play 4 Annual Staff 4 NORMA I SORENSON All work and no fun Isn t the ltfe for me Pep Club I 3 4 Band I 2 3 4 Chou I 4 Forenstcs I 2 3 4 Class Play I 4 One act play I Student Counctl I 3 News paper staff 4 Presrdent of F H A 4 WESLEY THOMPSON Many a wttty word has passed hrs llps Forenstcs 3 One act Play 3 Class Play 4 Football 4 14 a -J in 2' ' 1 E. 4 , 3 sfo 3 4 or The stage is right ahead of you Le eI'lLOI':f On stage for the operetta .gage now let s get started O l'l The stage is set-- 51,5 M 4-ll W v T A ff 5, 4 M- - fir-f -W'--o"2 ' ' W ' ,Q 1 5 " ii J.-ull, A 5 e 3 s LLL "Who Killed Aunt Caroline? " Af Jlome Looking around 2406! .Away The stage crew hard at work. , ,,--wr W 4-,nf ,-Sba 1' Wai W A MMM if - - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---- - - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - - -- - -- - -- ---- -- -- - -- - --- -- - -- -- - - -- -- -- -- --- -- -- -- --- - --- -- -- -- - -- -- -- - - - -- - -- -- -- - -- -- - -- -- -- --- -- -- ----- - - - -- - -- ---- -- - -- --- -- -- -- - -- er ra uafw - -- ----- ---- . - --- -- - ------ -- - --- . - - - - -- - .--- ..------- - - ------.-- ---------- --------- -- ----- -- ---- - ---- ------ - - -- . - ------- - ---------- ---- .---- - - ----- ---- -- -- - - ----- ------ -- -- - --- -- ------- --- -- - -- --- -- -- -- -- --- ---- --- -,-- --------- -- --- ---------------- ---.------------------- .---------.--.--------- -------.-----.--------- ----.--.--------------- ----------------------- ---------.------------- -------- --------------- FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT ReveeH1gley Dora Ltkken Marg1eRud Dons Dahlby Mrss Gunther Joyce Ltndsay Yvonne Tetgen Marlene Etde SECOND ROW Bernrce Rudy Marjone Rongllen Murcrle Johnson Dorothy Swanson Lots Semrngson Lots Hageness Altce Anderson Patrlcta Englesby Rosemary Indrebo Evelyn Ftmrelte Lots Omdahl Rachael Klopp THIRD ROW Ttlmer Rustad Gary Blom Albert Becker ROVV Charles Olson Sam Albertson Theodore Gllbertson Dale Olson Orvm Nelson Rtchard Jacobson Eugene Semmgson Ernest Myhers Clark Wtlllams lfU'll0l"J A .Tun1or class of 39 members completed a veryactlve year durlng 1950 51 Wtth the help of class advlsor, Mtss Gunther, and Iv r Baldwm we presentedthe year s greatest socxal event, the .Turuor Prom Kmg Orvm Nelson and Queen Joyce Lmdsay preslded over the fest1v1t1es whlle a large group of students, alumnl and parents danced the hours away Our class offlcers were Orvm Nelson, Dale Olson, .Toyce Lmdsay, and Rachel Klopp Wlth the1r leadershlp our class moved forward, andwe are looklng forwardeagerly to our sentor year 18 u 3 . . ' - ' . n 1 U . James Anderson, Lloyd Olsen, Leroy Schultz, Eugene Gunderson, Russell Dean, Gordon Robinson. FOURTH C , ft . . 1 . We worked we played all of us together Royalty came from amo posed on a throne and led a grand march ng us and lll'll0l" Ll 6 mldst ornate splendor We Junlors were proud of our slngers our players and our students but not too proud to have a coke 3,9 0l'l'l area A sophomore class of 39 started the school year of 1950-51 with high hopes for the future. With class advisor, Mr, Bredeson, we organized the systematic torture of the lowly freshmen at an initiation party, and a wonderful time was had by all. We were especially honored this year to have in our class the queen of the homecoming, Janice Shermo The Sophomore class was well represented in all school activities and intends to make its weight felt as the Juniors of next year FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Jean Olson Jean Moen Betty Johnson Glance Chrrstenson Janice Shermo Dorothy Back Janice Lokken Darlene Smith Alverda Franson SECOND ROW Mr Bredesen Marlys Tollefson lean Z.he Leola Romundslad, JaneRu1and Donna Brotzman Louise Johnson Inez Tollefson Joan Engen Vrvran DeVore THIRD ROW Louise Grutzrk, David Becker Gilman Thompson Gary Holte David Bjorklund Warren McBride Rodney Anderson Phrl1pSemmgson Carol Adams FOURTH ROW Rolf Nymo, Jerry Anderson David Olsen Duane Grlbertson Gordon Thromson Roger Olson Thomas Mrland Harlyn Larson Orville Myren 20 We ate well we traveled well this year we studled hard we learned much thls year we feel so smart and so mature Cause we 11 be Iumors we hope and pray next year 0,9 007. 0l'2 L16 .1-r""" ,-gulf g,,...-- ,....-- FIRST RO LEFT TO RIGHT Phrl11pSem1ngson Eleanor Klopp Darlene Larson Janlce Barneson Donald Peterson Anne Robbe llla Mae Heath Alvma Olson, Lors Gordon Shrrley McLellan SECOND ROW Jane Thalacker Russel Skoug Joyce Monson Rosella Thalacker Mervyn Berg Shrrley Kelley Yvonne Mrller Henry Frmrerte Shrrley Traver Donna Procter THIRD ROW Gerald Errckson Darlene Shermo Kay Olson Bonrta Wraalstad Sonja Englesby Manlyn Bollrnger Lors Samuelson, Lourse Hulberg Ronald Berger son Robert Toft FOURTH ROW Annette Kensmo Audrey Sands Ronald Myhers Rodney Hrgley Kermrt Hanson Larry Olson Annrs Holhster Joan Holte Jean Olson Perf l'l'lel'l A glowrng group of 42 freshmen entered the doors of Centra1H1gh last fall and proceeded to take thrngs over We were taken down a few notches at rnrtratron but you can tkeep a good class down for long Our class advrsor was Ivrr Arrres, and our class offrcers were AnnRobbe Lourse Hulberg, Audrey Sands,and Kermrt Hanson We feel especrally proud of the fact that we are the frrst class to start rts four year career rn our New Hrgh School We expect to make the school proud of us Z2 Whether ln the llbrary or 1n the shop the Freshmen worked wlth all thelr rrnght to make then- mark upon the school and they succeeded Q' UG' . 2 fe' ' 2 4. .. ..z ,J .. ... i w ...wma vu u-. 1- 4 :NY '- .. .. .. .. -. .. .. 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SUN TQ? b Rustad Rosemafl' mme O T lmet Olson SEC x Mauxyn Boumgef Robbe lean M ee H13 ev Pamela bers Mm msawbson R v L msff Hul E1 zabe ROW ST ROW LOIS Samuelsgnrsone Anneue Kensrrogstado Lavonne LSFZOHBONSA Wraalstad Tsai? guth EIR An 0 S 0 ta R Norma Soremon Aucith Betmce Rudy xoasmndsal' leaneue Skogsl-omse GKUW-lk lean Ahce lackson GND now wauy He Manene me Weed m awww Umteue sam Denms lndgle' Kay 01509 Bon ypxs Om 3 ldwm A5 Englesbl' k orvm Ne B3 kken M' Rxchard Chmn0C 01son D013 L0 Dave Xe Olson Benson Da The Central H1gh band enjoyed an actlve year by provldlng muslc for the football and basketball games and appear 1ng1n the annual Chrlstmas and pre festl val concerts The b and also alded lnthe ded1cat1onand graduatlonceremonles and marched ln the t wo communltles for Me morlal Day The chmax of the year was the annual muszc festwal at Eau Cla1re The band performed thezr contest numbers but ram caused the cancellatlon of the parade Four students R1chardMatson Kay Olson Anne Robbe and Louise Hulberg entered the solo contest R1chardand Kay recewed Iratlngs for thelr efforts In March the muslc mothers sponsored the appearance of the Luther College Band The largest audlence yet to attend a functlon m our new aud t 1 orlum was present for this con cert CHRISTMAS CONCERT NUMBERS Come Sweet Slumber Bach Ode to Mus1c Chopm Sousa O11vadot1 Washmgton Post Pac1f1c Grandeur Waves of the Danube Ivanov1c1 The Thunde re r Sousa PRE FESTIVAL CONCERT Foothfter Prelude 'lf Fe stlval Overture Semper F1de11s 'lfAlpme Hohday 'kOff1cer of the Day Hall 'F' Fe stlval selectlons Flllmore Masenet Darcy Sousa Barnes . 4,9 U f eq Q, S , 1 - ' , - N' ' ze J Clow FIRST RO W A ister Doroth nne Robbe Louis y sw e Hulberg Lois S a Olson Hnson B Clance Christ muelson A nnetfe Kensnl efnlce Charlene Rudy Ie Cn Benson an R 0130 Son Janie grad Kay 0130 Joyce Lindsay M U Louzse Grufz ke L0kken Dora L 06 Ioan Hon RaChe1K1oP H Rosemary ma ' Baldwin rm! Cami Adams Okken SEcoND e An"'CeHou r sR1chard Marin FSURTH ROW ljgid Norma Sorensoin :OW Alvlna 0182-:lance Ballleson EESW Jean M on Nona Durb uane Gzlbertson Olson Dave O velyn Fumelte Marlene Elde Hof Klopp In Dale Hanso hon Dale O1 fans Ruland Bonita Wraal n Archie Bur1,nganj3HAR1chara Chlnnoiwkiirzlyn Bollinger BSE Ofvln Neil son Sixteen members of the choir a formed a smaller choral group which sang Christmas carols as part of a short skit This group also formedthe chorus for the operetta Marianne which was presented at the close of the year The principals B rnice Rudy Dale for Marianne were e Richard Matson and Olson, Rachel Klopp Basil .Tohnson At the spring music festival the choir spirits were not dampened by the ram and t n fora Job well done they receiveda I ra 1 g The choir s was at the Baccalaureate service A special work of gratitude is due ed as accompanist Joyce Lindsay who serv als and concerts and also for both rehears accomp tal solos inthe final performance anied the instrumen festival. ' ward is pre- ar the music a Each ye ' who has been out- lso NT Wa11yHeath B 3511 John ed to Richard Matson a member of both band and choir The Central High School Choir ap- nd pre festival peared 1n the Christmas a nted the following pro- concerts and prese grams CHRISTMAS Morning Now Beckons lk Alone Rodgers and You ll Never Wa Hammerstein Dry Bone Large Jingle Bells ioworth Break Forth s Heavenly Light Bach PRE FESTIVAL Manne y O Beaute ou "'To Music Schubert Springtime Strickland Purcell Thou Knowest Lord '9'O Send Thy Light Forth . . Balakireff ' Thee . . . Bach "'Oh Lord We Worship Barnby sented to the senior standing in participation and contribution ' ' f r years in high Now the Day Is Over . . 4' Festival Selections in music during his ou ' the a ard was pre sent school. This year vg -Z7 t i Q' 'ff A BACK ROW, SECOND ROW, FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Bredesen, Ernest Myhers, Richard Jacobson, Michael Hanson, Orvin Nelson, Edgar Hulberg, Lynn Peterson, Ronald Olson, Mr. Sperger, Leroy Schultz, Rolf Nymo, Stanley Hageness, Daniel Hanson, Harlyn Larson, Wesley Thompson, Sam Albertson, Kermit Hanson, Tilmer Rustad, Ronald Bergerson, Jack Olson, Basil Johnson, Alfred Christian- li32L7C7i2g6llp With Jack Olson captaining the first football team in Centra1's history, the boys went all out Q - Q ,yn wi . ..-.A 3 1 C f , D E003 am Pxayed Z Z5 T6 Fans son, Duane Wraalstad. Black River Stanley lndePendence St. Pigxsgewa fausx e tnaevendenc L , ma and looked like aveteran team shortly after the season was started. Although the record does not indicate a terrific scoring punch, the boys gained much in real sportsmanship, cooperation, and fighting spirit through the able guidance of Mr. Sperger, Coach, and Mr. Bredesen, Assistant Coach. 4 ' 3. za ' tm gf., at Hag Rolf Nymo, Jack Olson, Wallace Heath, Wayne Heath, Lynn Peterson, Michael Hanson, Ronald Olson, Olin Fimreite, Rodney Higley, Orvin nald Peterson--Manager, Mr. Sperger--Coach. .gClZfLe!ACl! With a veteran team on the floor, Central's basketball season was a marked success. Our new gyrnnasium rang with the cheers of large crowds who came to witness some greatgames. The team entered the tournament at Whitehall with great hopes: however the illness of Olin Fimreite and a good Galesville team cut us off in the semi-finals. The team loses seven of the first ten men h start next year seems to Nelson, Do and the coach. A fres be in order. N' ws- i ,, t g , Aaii 'la' l ' ,M A , , 4 I 'Nm 98. Augliifplayed BALL Rec Elk a GRD M Mound We F 9D011e11 39 They alfchud 36 30 1221560 40 33 ?Pe 48 9 gfhltehgflence 35 40 A able 46 30 USU 15 5 47 H1XtOn 51 29 gsseo 48 33 -IVIOund Inglnafltgn 45 Whffpendenc 48 3 F -1 tehall e 65 49 an-child 61 46 Hlxton W 64 49 Arcadia 918 TaY1o1- Tour-n 45 42 Lcalesvill amenf 50 e 58 38 1 44 00: LEA lla FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Henry Frmrerte Rodney Hrgley Orvln Nelson Kerrnrt Hanson Larry Olso Rolf Nyrrr SFGOND ROW Donald Peterson Mgr Ronald Semrngson Mervyn Berg lhomas Mrland Ronald Bergerson Phrlrp Semmgson Mr Bredesen Coach Kd fi Q60 Z QCLIWI FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Ph1l1pSem1ngson HenryF1mre1re Rona1dBergerson GeraldEr1ckson Robert Toft Mervyn Berg Ronald Semmgson SECOND ROW Mr Bredesen Warren McBr1de Alfred Chrrstenson Gerald Halverson Rodney Hlgley Thomas Mrland Ronald Myhers Jack Olson Mr Sperger THIRD ROW Clark Wrllrams Ronald Anderson Ronald Olson Orvrn Nelson Mlke Hanson Eugene Semlngson Olm l-lmrerte 30 . 4 V S Q sf 4 I W 1 ' , 2 Q 2, 2' H1 2 au K ai ' ' , g Y :Ka no RECORD SQU ZQFCZZM aww .14 .SJ uae! Ckeerdaclerd so 7 OSS an eil Xflkiwxwa E LEFT TO RIGHT Allce Anderson ASE an l Parry Englesby Geraldme Olson qde 19,4 iugg H Charlene Benson SW tgoeqde t an 3 P -if ace 0 xg-00 I I IC- W .2 Sha, 1 1 51. ulld 'Id EXKM 10 'Sl' Pe 6 I1 Ae? Clif X9 ie ax x Y mic A6 RB 17509 X4 cama qua!! QQPLGJQPJ LEFT TO RIGHT Sonya Englesby Jean Rae Olson Jean Moen Jean Mane Olson 4'-""'C'-ll0l4o-a 31 'Y .-B" XNY, 15 7,0 'LX 'BX eg 19 29 CC 7? NXCDOWXA X2 10 Q ' C 7-7' 7,6 A ee 238 7,7- 9 XX l 3x I . ' a Y A 25 ls - . ' , 6' U X' 'BX XA 1 1 R sw 32 '52 . 1 I 12 'FCOR Ak '50 X5 ab.. I . eo 32 388 0,5 In 4 7,7 O55 'Z X 1 2 in ,, 25 10. ,,d 2 5' Gilm and 900 7-72 '57 at - 6006 2 34 '5 7-9 2 XNYK' X 154 xi: 14 I I ' V AX X 3 3 nsavl O 3 6 PJ- 7' 1 PJ r 7 V ' fn X ell! IOCLIQQI' .SQ FIRST ROW Mxss Gunther Betty Jackson D1ckCh1nnock Carol Petersen Norma Sorenson Oltn Frmrelte Mr Radtke SECOND ROW Charlene Benson Darlene Smrth Jean Moen LaVonne Larson Clance Chnsuanson Ioan Engan Gordon Roblnson THIRD ROW Mavis Emerson Geraldlne Olson Darlene Shermo Ronald Olson Mike Hanson Dorothy Back Loulse Grutzrk Eva Dean CENTRAL HI LITES edrted by Carol Petersen and Norma Jean Sorenson, celebrated 1ts second anmver sary thzs year It brought the story of all events pa t pre sent, and future to the attentxon of students, teachers , and townspeople The staff deserves much prarse for puttumg out an outstandmg school paper, espec1al1y slnce all the work done was accomphshed durmg ac t1v1ty per1ods and study hours Ezght zssues were publlshed thls past year under the supervlslon of M1ss Gunther and Mr. Radtke who gave unsparingly of their time to make the yeara suc- cess. 32 enior Ffa? In order to raise funds for their senior class trip, the seniors worked hard to produce a highly successful mystery thriller "Who Ki1ledAuntCaro1ine". This was a different kind of mystery play - one that didn't depend on shrieks in the night, howling winds, clutching hands of sliding panels for its effects. Instead of peopling the stage with a lot of frightening suspects the author introduced in this play an amiable bunch of people the Endicott family One of these people was a murderer but who could have killed Aunt Caroline? None of the characters seemedlike a murderer but one of them was The audience was left wondering until the end Under the capable drrection of Miss Gunther and Mr Baldwin the seniors presented the play to large audiences at both the matinee and the evening performance -NL4 W1 FIRST ROW Mavrs Emerson Eva Dean Dorothy Bnan Norma Sorenson Carol Petersen SEC OND ROW Miss Grmther Charlene Benson Geraldine Olson Jenme Heath Betty Jackson LaVonne Larson Ioan Skogstad Mr Baldwin THIRD ROW Basil Johnson Wesley Thompson Douglas Runkle Edgar Hulberg Jerome Rosman Richard Chrnnock Drck Matson Dan Hanson 33 423. L Ill llf ,IK I F F A BASKETBALL TEAM FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Rtchard Jacobson Sam Albertson Eugene Semmgson Ronald Petersen Jerome Rosman Alton Hageness Mr Mttchell SECOND ROW Robert Toft Gary Blom Albert Becker Ger a1dHalvorson Ernest Myhers Ronald Myhers Gerald Ertckson Davld Becker 34 'IM Y .O Il F F A ROSTER FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Gordon Roblnson Dale Olsen Charles Olson Mr Mttchell Theodore Gtlbertson Sam Albertson Olln Flmrette SECOND ROW Ronald Semmgson Donald Peterson Davld Becker Robert Toft Russell Dean GaryBlom Russe1lSkoug HenryF1mre1te Phyll1pSem1ngs0n THIRD ROW R1chardChnst1anson Alfred Chrrsttanson Albert Becker Gerald Halvorson Alton Hage ness James Anderson Ronald Myhers Gerald Erlckson Dale Hanson Archle Burlmgame FOURTH ROW Emest Myhers Jerome Rosman Roger Olson Ronald Peterson Orvln Nelson Gordon Thronson Rrchard Jacobson Eugene Semmgson Thomas Mlland. l2'1'T'j Qs! ' , . v ' , 1 ,- .. , . L x .4 Z Q 5 ,Vs ' fi ,. U, IP -, . AJ l,l ' . . fl X . ', J ' W fr . ln- A A , - H ff t V V! N f 5 If , Y O O O . 4' ' 1154 .gt ,. Z -' Z " ' ' 'N . A , l 5 4 A - . 'Q , X , - s A A it J A ,J - b 'VL f ,Vi ,nfl. I, I ' I nv 'I 'ff , ,. '4' ni at J. ,F i C' . , Q A -, Q 'A , y". ' .4 1. . , V . 1 I . fl I ' 'S " ' 'IC f 5' if 3 I 1' 'T I V I I f ' gl Ib .f 'W . u , A. . ' I , E I , 5 - f , I, S Y 1 M., 4 ' , J X K. X: '. xx V ri . 5' f X . . . -- , : . . . -- , : A I I ' I . I I I ' . I . . , . ' . ' . . ' ' ' . : : P 9 1 ' I v v U v I 3 l t I I 9 U I D U I . 0 . . . : . . . D I . I I I - I I I . I . ' ' - 1 . I I I I I A I ' I A I ff'fx'1i'7 I ' K ' I L f 7 Q 5 2 . 7 A' 9 , J ' - X ,iv-b , y J Y FIRST ROW: Rachel Klopp, Darlene Shermo, Charlene Benson, Joyce Lindsay, Mrs. ' -.X Mrsch Norma Jean Sorenson, Geraldine Olson, Rosemary Indrebo, Kay Olson. SEC- ' O OND ROW Marjorie Rognlien, Jean M. Olson, Marjorie Rud, Dora Jean Lokken, Illa 5, g Mae Heath YvonneTeigen, Joyce Monson, Mavis Emerson, Anne Robbe, Doris Dahlby, "' 7 H0 Marlene Erde, Eleanor Klopp, Lois Gordon. THIRD ROW: Shirley McLellan, Jane Ru- land Louise Johnson, Annette Kensmoe, Bonita Wraalstad, Louise Hulberg, Evelyn Fimrerte Shirley Kelly, Yvonne Miller, Lois Samuelson, Jean R. Olson, Eva Dean, M tt -T d New H rlzons Janice Shermo, Clarice Christenson. FOURTH ROW: Joan Skogstad, DorothyBack, O 0 Owar O Murcrle Johnson, Alice Anderson, Lois Semingson, Donna Brotzman, Annice Hollister, Flower-Red R ose Dorothy Brian, Margene Hageness, Lois Hageness, Audre Sands, Patricia En lesb , - Betty Jackson, Dorothy Swanson. Y g Y C010rS'Red and Whlte Ll MP8 0l'l'l2I'l'la effl 0 ITLQPLCCL The Future Homemakers of America chapter of Eleva-Strum was in- stalled in a special ceremony by the Osseo chapter at a rally in Whitehall on October 17. Officers who served our chapter were: Pres. Norma Jean Sorenson, Vice-Pres. Geraldine Olson, Secretary Joyce Lindsay, Treasurer Charlene Benson, Parliamentarian Clarice Christenson, Student Representative Kay Olson, Song Leader Rosemary Indrebo, Reporters Darlene Shermo and Dorothy Back, Historian Rachel Klopp. Representatives of this organi- zation participated in the Whitehall rally, state convention, and acted as hostesses to a district demonstration contest in which Alice Anderson received first place in the senior division with her cherry pie and Anne Robbe received second place in the Junior division with a demonstration on coffee cake. Alice placed second at the sectional contest. Outstanding FHA members were awarded the Junior Homemaker degree and this in- cluded the following girls: Alice Anderson, Dorothy Back, Charlene Ben- son, Dorothy Brian, Clarice Christenson: Eva Dean, Nona Durbin, Marlene Eide, Mavis Emerson, Patricia Englesby, Evelyn Fimreite, Margene Hageness, Rosemary Indrebo, Alice Jackson, Betty Jackson, Rachel Klopp, Joyce Lindsay, Joyce Monson, Marjorie Rud, Lois Semingson, Darlene Shermo, Joan Skogstad, Norma Jean Sorenson, and Dorothy Swanson. One Chapter Homemaker Degree was awarded Yvonne Teigen. The climax of the FHA work this year 1950-51 was the planting of a red rose bush, national flower of the FHA in front of the home economics room. 35 1 Asif., t OA? rg-Tl 1 1 lg 44' QS ep em FIRST ROW Sonja Englesby Lots Gordon Betty Johnson Dora Lokken Janrce Lokken ReveeHtgley JeanM Olson Charlene Benson JeanR Olson SECOND ROW Mr Bald wm Anne Robbe IoanSkogstad Jamce Shermo Loulse Hulberg Lots Omdahl Joyce Lrndsay Yvonne Tergen Jean Moen THIRD ROW Kay Olson JaneRu1and Loulse John son Bonrta Wraalstad Rosemary Indrebo Martlyn Bollmger Geraldtne Olson Carol Peter sen Dons Dahlby FOURTH ROW Lots Samuelson Ahce Anderson Loutse GIUIZIR Norma Sorenson Carol Adams Patncra Englesby Dorothy Swanson Under the leadershlp of Mr Baldwrn and the cheerleaders the Central Hrgh School Pep Club undertook the pleasant Job of strrrmg up school splrlt for our athletlc contests Several sktts were produced for pep assemblres and cheers and songs were learned by all members of the club One of the brggest Jobs undertaken by the club was the homecoming dance after the game wlth Osseo Central's ftrst homecomtng was a marked success wtth one of the largest crowds of the year tn attendance The Pep Club members are looktng forward to another year of fme ath letrc contests wtth more fun and excltement 36 1 3 n n n n v , . . . . . : . - n v a 1 v o r p I : n 9 ' I f U I ll - u 0 3 o n n I I I . . 9 . . . . . . . . - . . . Q Q V Wa ,, 6, ofgw 52 ff FIRST ROW Marlene Elde Charlene Benson Ioyceundsay Kay Olson Alvma Olson SECOND ROW Dale Hanson Davld Olson Bermce Rudy Mr Baldwm Rosemarylndrebo Rachel Klopp ArchxeBur1mgame THIRD ROW Dale Olson Rlchard Chinnock Orvln Nelson Dlck Matson Duane G11 bertson Head offlce gxrl Charlene Benson Geraldlne Olson LaVonne Larson Mavls Emerson Eva Dean. . . Rachel Klopp , Ge raldlne Olson 4th perlod 5th and 6th perlods 3rd perlod Znd perlod ,7th per od , lst pe. lod --xl SITO K tv- r ' vo 1 - R A .K 'w ' R t 1 0 ,. .Q in 4 f ' My R .. : at Avi' L Q J- ' I9 Cl 37 The library club, under the guidance of Miss Gunther, undertook the extensive task of organizinga single library out of the books obtained from the Elleva and Strum schools. Books were numbered and properly arranged, and a complete inven- torywas taken As a result of the efforts of the club, the library has iecome a more usable tool in the school. 'The group had an enjoyable time socially also sponsoring a breakfast party at the high school and taking in a show at Eau Claire at the end of the school year FIRST ROW Darlene Smith Yvonne Tetgen Geraldine Olson LaVonne Larson Joan Skogstad SECOND ROW Miss Gunther Dorothy Swanson Norma Sorenson Ienme Heath Carol Petersen Olzgfafg A 1 4- Y : . ' ' l D I I U : 9 I I . I l 4 2 A 0 4 1 , ' - In 'UT .gy 1 V "' , ' -A W rw , Q 'W im It V rw , Q ' I ag 1-'E Yi? I R ,, V f at r l J ,M ' A , 4 , p, , R f A X XP 'Aff gi I 'bww 4 t d i ff ik' c U 0I'el'l5lC5 FIRST ROW Miss Gunther Rachel Klopp Geraldine Olson Eva Dean Joyce Lmdsay Lois Gordon Mrs Acker SECOND ROW Evelyn Flmrelte DorothySwanson AllceAnderson DorothyBnan Norma Soren son Yvonne Miller Carol Petersen THIRD ROW Yvonne Teigen Gerald Erickson David Olson Rich ard Chinnock Lloyd Olson Archie Burlingame LaVonne Larson In preparation for the contests in forensics a large number of stu- dents began to memorize selections early in February Miss Gunther and Mrs Acker patiently worked with the groups until they felt an elimi- nation contest was in order Out of the eliminations came the team that was to represent Central at the League contest in Independence The fol lowing were selected: Norma Sorenson-Serious declamation, Alice n- derson-Serious declamation, Yvonne Miller-Humorous declamation, Lloyd Olson-Humorous dec lamation, Richard Chinnock-Extemporaneous reading, David Olson-Elxtemporaneous reading At the league contest on March 2.0 Norma Sorenson,A1ice Anderson and Yvonne Miller won A ratings and were given a chance to compete in the district contest at Eau Claire on March 31. 39 1- :,,,f.4.,,.- .. , affggp QR x v fun -""' .L ' Q FQ X 6 S' Z" 3.1 a 7 N 725' b Ywi 5 . 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Complxments of MR and MRS MEL SKOGSTAD Eleva Wlsconsm KIEL HALVERSON'S D-X STATION JOSEPH ENGEN SORENSON S HARDWARE AND APPLIANCE Your Skelgas Dealer Quahty Palnts and Hardware Eleva WISCONSIN BJORKLUND SERVICE STATION Gasolme O11 Tlres Bottle Gas Maytag Washers Monarch Ranges Eleva Wlsconsln Compllments H L KJENTVET Eleva W1scons1n Comphments BANK OF OSSEO Eleva Statlon Member ofF D I C Ladles and Men s Ready t Wear Shoes and dry goods RALPHE DUXBURY Eleva Wlsconsln Eleva WISCOHSID Your Drugglst for 30 Years Comphments BUD RICE Quahty Groceries and Fresh Meats Eleva Wzsconsln Compllments of LYLE S CASH FOOD The best of Grocerles Meats Vegetables ' ' of of BABCOCK'S CLOTHING STORE Compliments of ' ' - o - . of Compllments of Comphments BOLLINGER IMPLEMEWT COVIPANIY BOLLINGER TRANSPORT SERVICE. Mrnne Dr'l1 Molme Ivlachmery Elleva Wlsconsm Mondovm W1scons1n Eleva Wlsconsln .TO az SPIKES CAFE. Del1c1ous Meals and Lunches Homemade Ch1l1 De11c1ous Hamburgers Strum Wlsconsm Comphments of GLENN'S GOOD FOOD Home made Pastrxes Pop lce Cream Dellcrous Hamburgers and French Frxes Tables and Booths Short Orders Steaks Chops Frsh and Chmken Strum WISCOHSIH Compllments of OLSON S CAFE Meals, Lunches and Beverages Strum Wlsconsm Comphments of E E STRAND Hardware and Furnlture Strum Wlsconsm Compllments of ROBBE'S STORE Strum, Wlsconsln l L . E .q- . - 1 ' 1 1 '1 1 1 7 1 ' s 0 I , 1 Jacobson s Tavern Skoug's locker Plant Mary and Pee Wee Crandell Co ' s of Compliments of and mf J- XZQ nv . . ' ,v-'


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