Ellendale High School - Microphone Yearbook (Ellendale, ND)
- Class of 1953
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you, Doc ann Guy, for your many years of service ani friendshlp,
unfalllnp supwort you have PIVLD the school and the a+h1et1c teams
class of 1953 w1sh to express our most heartfelt thanks for these
the other servlces you have rendered throughout the com u lty, and
all to the students of E H S , by dedlcatlng thls annual to you
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Senior H S Principal Mary F Stand
English and Dramatic: Hathmatics
English and German
hm yn Bernice Rollo
mgnan un mum-y EH81i'h
Junlor H S Pnncipal
E C Ingvalson
Music Industrial Arts
World History Science
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Twirling l-f- - '
Glee Club and Chorus 2-fa-1
X-Licrophone Staff L,
Office Helper L5
Choral Festival 3-14
Nl Music Festival 2-3-I4
Douglas Bell CDougl
Talk when you can get anyone tc
'The W' ole Town's Llllglihgn 14
'Napoleon Jr." 3
'The Blue-teapot' li
Glee Club and Chorus l-2-3-b
Boy's Octet 3-I1
Boyzs Quartet L1
Ass t Editor of Microphone .4
NI Music Festival l-2-3-L
Choral Festival 2-3-Zi
Boy Scouts 1-2-3-ll
Dulcie Bell Cbulcej
She will if she wants to, but oh
if she don't.
"Thanks Auiully" ..
Glee Club and Hhorus 2-3-L
Twirling 1-2 3-L
Triple Trio li
Band 1-2 3-14
Volley Ball Team I4
Choral Festival 3:11
Secretary of Canteen h
Band Festival 1-2-3-lg
Clarinet Quartet I4
Cardinal Staff h
Microphone Staff I4
NI Music Festival 2 3-h
Office Helper 3-h
James Billey Uiml
A mother's pride and a father'e
Student Manager b
'Napoleon Jr." 3
'The hhole '1'own's Laughing' I4
Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-I4
Boy's Octet 3-lg
Band Festival 1-2-3-li
Class President 1
Class Treasurer lg
Brass Sextet 3-Ji
Boy's State 3
Cardinal Editor Lg
Microphone Business Manager L
Keystone Society 3
NI Music Festival 2-3-b
Choral Festival 2-3-I4
Band Festival l-?-3-14
Pep Band I4
Explorer Scout 1-2-3-14
Lorne Bobbe Qhxbblesf
The world knows nothing of :lt's
greatest men I
Football 1 2 I4
Marvin Brandenberger CBrandyJ
I know a lot, but I just can't
think of it rigmt now!
Intra Mural Basketball
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LaVez-ne Burhngham CBur1yJ
There must be some hard worrk
"The Whole To1m's Laugh1ng
Constance Burow Cconniel
Tiny, trim, and trustworthy
Volley Ball 'learn 3
'Napoleon Jr "
I may be small, but so was
"Napoleon Jr "
Football 2 3 Lg
Track 2 3-L
Microphone Edito 1n-chief
"I'he Whole lown' Laughing
Giggle, Giggle as I go
"The Whole Town'e aughing
C.le Club and Chorus
Speech Fe t1val
Volley Bell Team
NI Music Fest1val
Jean Dobler Ueanniel
People who make no noise are
Twirling 2 3 lj
'Napoleon Jr "
"The Whole Town s Laughing"
Glee Club and Chorus 2 3 lg
Office Helper 2-3-14
NI Music Festival 1-2-3-h
Gary Edwards fCallieJ
Ii' you don't thnk I good, just
'Napoleon Jr "
"The Whole Town's Lauyxing'
Glee Club and Chorus
Choral festival 3-I4
NI Music Festival
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Football Co-captain h
Evelyn Flening Ciweyl
I was born to laugh, and laugx I
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LaVerne Gerling fGerkD
I'm gett1ng to be a blg boy now
My :Ldea of an agreeable person is
one that agrees with me
"The whole loun s Laughing"
"' apoleon Jr "
V1 ce presldent
Glee Club and Chorus
NI Muslc FBSt1V81
Luella F all Cbouj
The best way to lenghlfen nw days
is to steal a few hours from the
Twirling 'J 3
Scout Patrol Leader
Office Helper 3-L
Yvonne Hatleatad Ulonniej
Quiet and Efficient
Glee Club and Chorus 1 2 3-14
"Phe mole Town a Laughing'
Choral Festival 2 3-L
NI Mus1c Fe tival l 2 3 L
loobig to be little
"The Whole 1ovm's Laughing"
h H Club
Glee Club and Chorus
NI Music Festival
Seruor G1rl's Speech Pro 'rem I4
Frank Hoitman CF:-anldej
Worry lnlls men-why dle?
FOOCDHH 2 3-L
Looks are deceiving She's not
as qulet as she looks
Choral Fest1va1 2 3-14
NI Music Festival 2-3-I4
Glee Club and Chorus 2-3-lg
Speech Festival 3
"Phe Whole 'ow'n's Laugming'
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Loves and is loved.
NI Music Contest
Absence makes the heart gow
Glee Club and chorus
NI Music Contest
14 IX Club
"The Whole Tmm a Laughing"
Raymond Pomplun fAcerl
Stand back prls don t rush me
Boy' s State
DOFbrest Rall ffrostyj
He likes to study in the morning
but he never gets up
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It's all nyht to lan humamty
but I am no specialist
Football 1 2 3 L
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Joan Retzlaff lliatzl
She 15 a girl who does her own
thinking, and does not need any
Choral Festival 2 3 lg
Glee Club and Chorus 2 3 L4
"Napoleon Jr "
"Phe Whole lown s Laughing'
Volley Ball 2 3-I,
'The Blue Teapot"
"The inhole Town s Lauvh:mg"
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N I Music Contest 3
Darlene Reaclnger Ulesrj
Cod Bless the boys, 1 love than
Glee Club and 'horns 2 3-h
NI Music Festival 2 3-I4
Choral Festlval 2 3 I4
A Jolly lass, and so full of hm,
and always o nice to everyone
Band and Band Festival 1 2 3 lg
Glee Club and Chorus
Speech Festival 3
NI lIlI.l51C"Fl8't1Tl1 1 2 3-14
Band Festival 1-2 3-I4
Molina Stahlecker UIOTIUJ
Hou me fellows there goes
Glee Club and Chorus
A'sst Cardinal Editor
NI MUSIC Fest1va1
Loren Teigs Clnverl
Not lazy, lust talcub a rest
Glee Club and Chorus
Norman V est
Sometxmes I sit and think an
sometimes I just sit
Glee Club and Chorus
Just wait till I grow
Office Helper 2 3-ls
Marion Zinter Odaizel
Suling and cheerful, always the
Glee Club and Chorus
NI Music Festival - -
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Maroon ana Gray
Wayne Chemey 1-'resl dent
7oAru1e K1I"'IiS Secret ry
Jdmes Eulley Trp surer
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Douglas .Bell Vice-President
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The year is 1963 DeForest Rall, back home on a much needed vacation from the lofty
Ozarks wtere he is a professor of Ehglish, is making his temporary home in his n tive hills
where the elevation 1sn't as hlgl Upon hearing that Yvonne Hatlestad 1S teaching typing
and music at the University of Herricourt, he decided to look her up Ox the way through
the c1ty he decided to look her up Ch the way through the city he stopped at Pauncho's
Cassino where I, Gary Edwards, was relaxing while my jet plane, "'I'he Flying T1ger," was
being refueled after having to malce an emergency landing at the Merricourt Alrport Learn
ing of Vonn1e's fame fran Frosty, I declared to accompany him to the University
While visiting Vonnie, we got the idea of visiting our fonner classmates in their
various homes We all hopped into nw jet and away we went to Ellendale, where I rad some
business to attend to On our way, whom should we see but Douglas Bell wavin to us from
his home on Duane Hoad, where he seems to be a coach now and raising his mm team at that
Toot,tootl What do we hear now? It 15 Wayne Cherney, engineering his Galloplng Goose alon
the tracks below us Just as we were getting ready to take off iran Ellendale on our long
jounney, whom should we run into but Darlene Rexinger walking into town from the south
said that she was the first woman to walk all forty-ei ht states She decided to ride a
while and go along with us on our trip, and we finally got underway
Our first stop was at the giant metropolis of Frederick where we visited Connie Burow
It seems Connie has started a junk yard in Frederick so that her husband wouldn't have to
drive so far to work We heard that another of our class was golng to be 1n Frederick that
evening Stan and his Country Boys were furnishing the music for the dance in town that
them It seems in order to make a living though, Dawn was singing the Chesterfield can
131818 over station P U 1n Wlnship, South lhkota
We couldn't stay for the dance as we had a lot of ground to cover, so off we went
again heading south he stopped at the Beecher Cafe, Inc 1n Aberdeen, where Mrs Luella
Hall Beecher, is chief cook and bottle washer While the ladies shopped, Frosty and I stop
ped in at the Casbah for refreshments and whcm should we hear but the popular mgxt club
entertainer, Avis Roeszler Not wanting to keep the ladies waiting, we had to hurry back
the plane Leaving Aberdeen, we headed south west for Denver, Colorado, where we stopped
for Vonnie to satisfy her hunger once more While at the lunch counter we bought a paper
and lhote picture shoild we see but t'at of Jo Anne Klmis, the first woman globe trotter
She and Goose Tatum are now averaging 60 points a game Taking off agamn we headed west for
Reno, Neveda, where we heard that Mavis Aman 15 a slot machine vendor in Dulcie Bell's night
club Reaching Reno, we found that the fog was too thick to attempt a landang, so we tipped
our wings and headed for Hollywood
As we flew over Hollywood, we looked down and saw a familiar car It was Lorne Bobbeg
Mercury and there he was in his tent on Marilyn Monroe's doorstep still patiently waiting
As we flew on, we saw a baseball club playlng in the crisp California sunshine, so we cb-
cided to land and watch them work out Much to our s.rpr1se we saw our old classmate Ray
Pomplun playing third base Ray says that his team 15 called the Hornets and are a class X
ball club, but are wczrlcmg up fast
Leaving Ray, we journey forth again heading south to New Mexico , where we went to do
some shopping and whom should we see but H8.1'10Il Zinter, now a woman natador lainie says
she loves the sport, and it is profitable too leaving Hence, we flow into Texas, where
we had heard that some of our classmates now live and work Landing at Del Rio, we saw an
advertisement which read3'Uanen,are you weak and puny? I can change you, for I build women
out of weaklings Joan Retzlaff " We fnled to dig Joan up though, so we had to move on
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we were walking alon wnen we saw a crowd of people gomg toward a speaklng platfom
where a man was talninsf loudly and wavlnp h1s arms Followlng along, we learned that the
young man was spealcmg at a mass meet1nv of the Alcohol Anonymous Club Pushing closer, wo
almost fell over to see that the speaker was none other than hlden Relnke Well, we could
not stay unt1l Elden got througa, so we took off again bound for Oklahoma
I wanted to see nv uncle whlle ln the area Whlle I was at hm house, Vonnie, Rex,
and Frosty went sightsee1ng Then we were regro ped once more, they told me of seemg Nor
man hest, now the smoke nng champlon of the world They sald too th t Frank Heitman was
also 1n town Frank, w1'o 18 now the heavy weight wrestllnv champion of the world, was tak
ing on Prlmo Corners tonight at the local arena
After lmving my uncle's place, we took a taxa. back to tle au' port and who should
dnvzng it but Marvln Brandenburger We talked as we rode out to the a1rpor't and then we
were off agann heading northeast for HISSOUI1 We stopped in at Excelslor Spr1n s to see
Marllyn Hagel It seems Marilyn had a nervous breakdown trying to .leclde whlch boyfnend
to stick intl' After we rad finlshed talking to Marmlyn, we stopped off at the t eater and
whom should we see but La Verne Burlin ame, the young Graucho Marks
Leavlng H1SSO'U.1'1, we flew to Ch1cago, to watch Loren Tiegs, al1as Johnny Ray, do h1s
afternoon show After the show we asked Loren where Betty Olson was now, and he told us
that she was at home ra1s1ng little Johnny Rays W left Loren and walked down the street
when we headd Vonn1e's name called and there leamnv out of a wmdow was Evelyn Flemlng,
who told us that she was now head secretary of the Easy Blow Bubble Gum Company Evelyn
told us that Dora Uecker was head of the clty llbrary here ln Chlcago She has flnally
caugxt up on her readmg
Leavln., Chlcago, we made a b1 Jump over to New York C1ty, where we were just :Ln tune
to see Jean Dobler, who was preparing to leave for Germany to purchase a new Austin After
Jean's boat had left, we ate supper ln New York and headed back ln Wlsconsm we stopped
and v1s1ted w1th Angela Heine, who 1S now a da1ry mald talclng plcture of contented cows for
Bordens Leanng Angela, we flew to Mlrmesota where we saw James Bllley ready to go back
to Ellendale, so we took hlm along wltr us On the way, James told us that he couldn't de-
cide whach farm it would be tre one north, east, or we t of Ellendale
Finally we reached Ellendale avazm and dropped James off and went 1nto the anrport to
land Much to our surprlse, we saw that LaVerne Gerlnng was the head greasemonkey there
Laverne told us that Norman Sta! lecker was runnlng a lvght bulb factory here an r-llendale
whlle wa1t1.nv for Rosemary Carolyn Plerce 15 also, we were told, near here ln the clty of
Potsdam She 15 tI'y1Ilg to dec1de wrether lt w1ll be Cuba, Korea, or Ellendale, Hell, tha
1s the way we found our classmates :Ln 1963, and as we parted e cz to so h1s own way once
more, 1n all of our hearts there was hope that we could dc :Lt galn sometime 1n tte near
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We, the members of the benlor Class of Ellendale, North Daaota, havlng been thoroughly
examlned and tested by capable psycrlatrlsts and braln spec1al1sts and pronounced reason
ably sane and able to negotlate suck an lmportant and v1tal document, do hereby execute
and declare thls to be our last wlll and testament, and do hereby declare all previous
wllls, 1f any, or promlses by us, lndlvldually or collectlvely, and wkether verbal or wrlt
ten, to be null and vo1d, to wit
We bequeath to the faculty and school off1c1als our sincere lpO1Og1e5 for all the
headaches and heartache they may have suffered ln the tralnlnv and development of our
II we bequeath our most humble apologles to Jake and Charlie for any mischief that we
may have perpetrated 1n an about the bu1ld1ng which may have 1nconven1enced them 1n any
III we hereby bequeath to the Juniors all the 'requ1s1tesW and attachments and properties
that proverblally belong to the Senlor Class In turning over these valued artlcles to
the 8PStWh116 lrresponslble Jun1ors, we hereby admonlsh them to carefully guard, protect
and cher1sh thelr glfts as they would thelr very lives
IV we leave to the Sophomores the rlght of taklng over the Junlor desks, concessions,
plays, varlfus projects, and other mlscellaneous adventures, mlsadventures, and the
annual preperatlon of the prom
V To the Freshmen we leave hope and endurance to carry them through lnitiation and the
years that follow we also leave them the hope of someday becoming Senlors if they live
through thelr Sophomore and Junlor years
VI Llkewlse we 1ndiv1dually bequeath the following gifts
Mavis Aman, leave my 'ChWerman accent to Kay Lrabtree
Douglas Bell, leave my egot1st1ca1 personal ty to Margaret Ashmore
Dulcie Bell, leave m tw1rl1ng fonm and talent to all my young ad lrers on the first
James Bllley, leave to Lee Roezler my ability to play the trombone ln hopes that he w1ll
learn to blow somethlng besides those horrible 'pl1t pluts W
La Verne Burlingame, leave some of my height to Delbert Nelson so he may stretck h1s
extra pounds over a larger frame
Lorne Bobbe, leave my ab1l1ty to deposit a stick of gum in the waste basket dally to
Constance Burrow, leave my success south of the border to other romanticists
I, Marvin Brandenburger, leave my calm and restralned actlons to Ned Lelby 1D dare hopes
that he will use them
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Wayne Cherney, leave my ab1l1ty to run the mlle to the Shuld eiz gals
Dawn Combelllck, leave my ablllty to lgvle to make l1fe cheery after I'm gone to every
one left in E H S
Jean Dobler, leave my AuSTlH to my slster Use 1t, Kathy!
Gary Ed ards, bequeath my old Oattered rattletrap to anyone who has h1s l1fe lnsurance
Evelyn Flemlng, leave my housekeeplng abllltles to 'ChefW Emdl Cherney
LaVerne Gerllng, leave to Harlen Stahlecker my key to the door of success
Frank Heltman, would just llke to leave
Hatlestad, leave my bobbing curls to Patty Ashmore 1n hopes that she can
Helne, leave my close call accldent records to Jerry Lautt to add to h1s
K1TmlS, leave m atklet1c ablllty to Donna Lea Smalley
Marllyn Havel, leave my ab1l1ty to remaln falthful to my boyfriend in the armed
to anyone 1 l1ke clrcumstances
Luella Hall, leave my ablllty to play hookey to Marlene Morgan CHere's hoplng
can keep Qettlng by wlth lt, Marlene
Betty Olson, leave my blushes and temper to my sister fmaybel LaPalma Tlevs
Carolyn P1erce, leave my Alr Ma1l starlonery to any one 1nvolved in a like f1x
Raymond Pomplun, leane my awlllty to flunk a test to Melvln Avery
Joanne Retzlaff, leave my Hblllty to go steaoy to Ethelyn Ed ards
Darlene Rexlnger, do transmit my amazlng endurance galned by m lone h1tchh1king
tours to Shlrley Merkel
Av1s Roezler, leave my love of costume Jewelry to Darlene Dathe
Elden Relnke, leave my s1ncere love of the Kulm boys to Jackle Van S1ckle
DeForest Rall, leave my ab1l1ty to flllbuster ln every class to Robert Schaller
Normen Stahlecker, leave my dancing tBCh11QU95 to V1rg1l Dewald
Loren Tlegs, do bequeath my vocal talent to anyone that can slnp
Norman West, do bequeath my corksrew to Lowell Edwards
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I, Marion Z1nter, leave my love for the Ipswich boys to the Ipswich girls
VII Any other will of testament made by us is declared null and void upon the public
ation of 11118, our last one
In witness thereof we do set our hand and seal upon this will on this :memorable
month of May, one thousand nlne hundred and fifty three
We, the class of 1953, began school 1n 19141 when about no eager first graders started
their education Of these only three have remained to the end. They are Joan Retzlaff
James Billey, and Jean Dobler The rest of the present senior class have jolned these
three, elther in the grades or in h1g1 school
After going through the usual trials and tr1bulat1cns of elementary students-quarrels
pranks, and pumshemtns, we finally entered Junior H131 School
In 19149, 142 green freshmen began their hlgl school career This was a big increase
over the eighth grade enrollment of 22 Thls year was tre wonderful beginning of our high
school days After we got over the daze we began to take part in the parties and fun of
higm school life We gathered up all our cour ge and even put on a coupld of parties our-
selves We chose Marilyn Hagel and Hoan Retzlaff to be our cheer leaders
Our junior year was a busy one We put on the play Napoleon, Jr to make money for th
Junior-Senior prom Our theme was A Trip To The Hoon e en e the year with a tr1p to
Jamestown for our class p1cnic
Th1s year 33 senlors moved over to the last two rows 1n Senior Assembly to fmisb our
last hp in our h1gh school days We elected Wayne Cherney president, Douglas Bell vice
president, JoAnne Kirmis secretary, James B1lley treasurer, and Superlntendent Incfvalson
as our adviser As seniors we had elgmt foot ball lettermen andtwo basketball lettermen
Seven zlrls took part ln tw1rl1ng and recelved plns for three years of service Twelve
members received mus1c lyres for their activlties in Glee Club and Mixed Chorus Five
students were given membershlp in the Keystone Honor Soclety We undertook to publlsh the
school paper and did a very good job of it We ppt on the play the hole Town is Laughing
sponsored several partles, and put out the annual Mlcrophone
We wlll always be grateful to our parents and teachers for making it possible for us
to arnve at this juncture of our educational career, and so w1th mlngled sadness and re
joicing, we b1d you Au Revoir
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Hymn Come, 'Ihou Almighty King
Selections: There is a Balm in Gilead fDawaonJ H S Chorus
Open Our Eyes CHacFarlaneJ
Winton S Melby, Director
Sermon Rev Eno Wehrli
Pastor, Ellendale Methodist Church
Hymns Faith of Our Fathers
NOW the Day 15 Over
Friday May 22, 1953
Processional H S Band
Presentation of Colors Troop 32
Star Spangled Banner All
Talksz James Billey and Joan hetzlaff
Selections: Ram and the River CFox2
One Morld fO'hara Brattonl Mixed Qmrus
Address: Rev Edward Nervig
Pastor, Bethlehem Intheran Church, Aberdeen, S D
Presentation of Class Mama C Onsrud.
Confernng of Diplomas E M Lelby
Pres1dent, Board of Educat1on
Recessionalz Pomp and C7n1valry CChar1es Robertsj H S Band
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2nd Ron Betty Brandenburger, Emil Cherney, Calvin Dathe, Darlene Dat,he,l1d
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3rd Row Kathex-me Dobler, Lowell Edwards, Larry Gatz, LaVanna Gerling, and
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Row Jerry Iautt, Ned Leiby, Mary Arm McClellan, Karen McShane, and
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2nd Row Prisc111a Shuldheisz, Harlem Stahlecker, Gary Stucker, LaPa.1ma Tioga
and Jack Van Sickle
3rd Row Adeline Veland, Larry W11bur, JoAnn Woodward, Blondell Zlmmerman,
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and Lorraine Pomplun
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2nd Row: Ilene Chilson, Alice Clark, Gary Clarke, Monte Cofell, and Bob Donahe.
3rd Row: Ethwlyn Edwards, Ilene Erdelt, Eliza Feist, Darlene Fey, Betty Lou Gesme
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lst Bbw Janice Ha en, Elalne Hanson, Judy Hasz, Janlce Hasz, and Walter Heine
2nd Row: Allen Hlll, Beatr1ce Hokana, Aldlne Klrmis, Florence Meyers,and
3rd Row Cora Lee Mock, Dorothy louw, Dora Nicholson, June Olson, and
hth Row Carrol Peterson, Nona Pierce, Gordon Pomnlun, Marvin Radke, and J Roger!
Dorthy Schaller, Helyn Schaller, Darlene Schmall, Shirley Sneider,
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H IEy, d1rector Flrst Row D Nlcholson, D Smalley, M Ashmore, C Plerce, S
Aberle, E Trautmann, E Tesme, M Aman, A Veland, H Sharp, P Ashmore, A Roeszler,
Olson, M Z1nter Second Row D Combelhck, M Gress, S Hill, V Welspfennmg,
Gesme, V Helpler, E Zlmmerman, B Brandenburger, L Tlegs, K Dobler, A Davis,
Ashmore, D Rexmger, A Klrmls, D Schaller Third Row: A Heme, E Edwards,
Chilson, J Woodward, M Schaller, D Barton, N P1erce, M Hagel, B Olson, D Bell,
Schaller, M Coffel, G Stucker, H Gerdon, J Brandenburger, P Hagel, G-'CIa"fke,
N18hiCk, P Ashmore, A H1ll, L Tlegs, D Bell, J Zlmmerman, M Avery To Row
Bllley, J VanS1ckle, H Stahlecker, N West, N Stahlecker, R Rhime, R c oirger,
Bartels, D Anderson, K Mattheis, C Bergland, D Hatthels, D Nelson, J Lautt
The Ellendale H1 h School Chorus took part 1n the N I Muslc Contest Bes1des
the G1rl's Chorus, Boys' Chorus, and the Mzuced Chorus, several small ensembles were
The annual Christmas program was presented on December 19, 1952, by the grade
and high school choruses
'I'he high school chorus was under the d:Lrect1on of Mr W1nton S Melby and Mrs
Anna Mae H111 had charge of the grade music Accompanists were Kay Crabtree, JoAnne
Kirmis, and Yvonne Hatlestad
Staging and decoratlng were 1n charge of the followlng faculty members: Ruby
Sukut, Karen Anderson, Bernice Rollo, Cllff Isachsen, and Loren Johnson Ray Shelver
served as the e1ectric1a.n
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Lullaby for Mary s cm
Vary' s Lullabv
March o the Three Kings
The Chrlstmas Gospel
O, L1ttle Town of Bethlehem
I H ard the Bells
D1 xg Dong
From Heaven Above
The Blrthday of a Kmg
Mule Shepherds Water ed
Carol of the Bells
Cantique de Noel
'I'he Three Kinvs
A Flemlsh Carol
Recess1onal CJoy t
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Grachs Seven E1 ght
CH ORAL FESTIVAL
The annual choral festlval was Feld 1n Ellendale on May l For the twenty
f1rst consecutlve year, the choruses from Edpeley, LaMoure, Oakes, and Ellendale,
were under the dlrectlon of Hywell C Roland The program was as follows
Amerlca Audxence and Chorus
Cherublm Song Bortnlansky
There 1s a Balm 1n Gllead Wlllial Dawson
Open Our Eyes N111 C Nacfarlane
G1 rls ' Glee Club
By the Llght of the Sllvery Moon
World 15 Wa1t1ng for the Sunnse
Boys Glee Club
The Halls of Ivy
It's a Grand Nlght for S1ng1ng
Soon Ah W1ll be Done
Slng Song, Kltty
You'1.l Never Walk Alone
Now the Day 15 Over
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Members of the band are as follows Clarinet K Crabtree, D Bell, h hdwards,
G Clarke, N Pierce, J Olson, A Hill 5 Nelson, S Oxenrider, J Evans, G Townsend,
R Donahe baxaphane A Kirmis, C Pierce, L mall, J Laut+, D Nelson Cornet
H Sharp, M McClellan, R Schaller, M Crabtree, D Anderson, W Moorhead, U Hasz
Trombone J Billey, A Heine, A Roeszler, L McClellan, L Crabtree, L Roeszler
E itone J Zimmerman, L Bell Bass Horn Y hillius, K Noess, R Zimmerman French
H'r-rT"C" Bergland, A 3ergland Percussion H Schaller, G Griffin, L Bell, C Gren
Phillips Director Mr Winton S Mel
The Ellendale High School Band, under the direction of Mr Melby, furnished music
for all of the hone basketball and football games and gave a nand benefit program A
fifteen p1ece pep band was selected to play at the Kulm Tourney The band also took
part in the N I music festival and played in the N I Homecoming parade
The seventeenth annual Eloe band festival was held on Friday, April 10, in LaMoure.
John W. Seale of Jamestown College directed the festival Hand, which was made up f
Edgeley, Oakes, LaMoure, and Ellendale. The program was as follows:
America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Arr. Paul Yoder
Thunderer March . . . . .Sousa-Yoder
Prince and Pauper ....... . H. Johnson
Clarinet Solo ..... . . . . . . .Ellendale
Highlights from Porgy and Bess. . . . . Arr. Yoder
Little Suite for Band ...... . . . . . Erickson
Crusade for Freedom . . . . J. J. Richards
Saxophone Solo .... . . . . . .Oakes
Clarinet Solo ..... . . . .Edgeley
Blue Tail Fly ...... . . .H. Fred
Four Episodes for Band . . , . .Morrissey
March for Youth . . . . . . .0livadoti
Star Spangled Banner . . . Richards
H Hagel C Phllhps
A He1ne H Schaller
B Olson M Aman
B Pclnplun M Zlnter
V Weispfcnning D Bell
At the beglnmng of the year, the twirlers p1cked Luella Hall
as their majorette for this year, and Virginia Heispfenning
next years' maglorette
The twirlers preformed at many basketball games, and at one
football game They had a bake sale and raffled off a radio to
finance their new uniforms which they wore for the tournament.
Eight semor girls will receive twirling pins at the end of
the year One junior, Barbara Pcmplun will receive a twirling
J. Dobler K. Dobler
Senior Girl's Speech Pro
As in the past years there have been a number of speech and dramatic
programs We extend our appreciation to Miss Onsrud for her patient
forts 1n darecting these activitles
The Senior Girl's Speech Program was pv n in the h1gb school audltor
lum Thursday evening, October 16, at eight o'clock
The followlng program was presented
Presentation of colors
Salute to the Flag
Fairy Tale 'TI e Three Bllly Goats Gru.ff"
Vocal Solo 'Hy Heart Stood Still'
Vocal Solo 'A Perfect Day'
Oratlon Amerlca Is Everybody's Buslness
Plano Duet "Temptat1on" JoAnne Kirmis and Yvonne Hatlestad
Poem "If" CK1plingD Marllyn Hagel
One Act playf a comedy? "Thanks Awfully" CJean Lee Lathomj
Mrs James Gadver
...Jean Dobler..CHar1lyn Hagel, Understudyj
Marion.... .........................Dawn Combelhck
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The PLO speeck festlval wa held March 12, 1953, at the Edgeley H151
School QIHXIBSIHITI The followin numbers were presented by Ellendale
'A Few Words" cSlQtJ Blondell Zlmmerman and Mary Ann McClellan
"Amenca 15 Ever'ybody's Buslness Qoriglnall Angela 1161116
The group was e terta1ned 1n the home economcs room and was Qven
constructlve appralsll of the program by Mrs Clara T Ingfvalson, dlrecto
of speecl at the Sta e Normal and Industrlal Colleffe
A one act play, "The Blue Teapot", wa presentea 1n Oakes at the e
Act Play Festlval The cast of cfaracters are as follows
Mother Karen McShane
Father Eiiil Cherney
tbfnthia Joan Retzlaff
JZUFITB' Douglas Bell
The play centered around Cynthia and Jimnw, who were planmnv to be
marrled, but disagreed about mam' thmgs Mother and Father played cupld,
and managed to make Cynthla and Jimm' see that they were both wrong, and
thls helped them to be sure of each other
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'The Whole Town's Laughlngn, a farce 1n three acts was presented
by the senlor class on Aprll 2b, 1953 The play was u dsr the dlrec
tion of Mlss Mlna C Onsrud
The play centers around the wealthy and so called t1tled B 1en
Moore family who suddenly lose all the1r money and their 'put-on' soc
1al pos1t1on The whole town laughs, but Douglas Br1en Moore turns
the tables and once agaln, the famuly is back on its feet
Douglas Brlen Moore
Margret Br1en 'ioore
Chester Br1en Moore
Sarah Ed ards
Uncle Larry O'Brien
Mary Ellen Sullivan
Clara Bell May
Count De Jong
Countess De Jong
0110 is ancestor conslous
QA soc1ety leaderl
QA little spendthmftl
CThe banker's daughterl
CA wldow, and out to catch a
CThe Brien-vH0one's maldj
CA most unwelcome guest,
QA determmed girl!
U. fore1g1 visitorl
I JoAnne Kirmis
Laver e Burlingame
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Innes Maguire........lA friend of the fami1y'sJ........Caro1yn Pierce
The Junior Class Play was given December ll, 1952 at 8
o'c1ock in the High School Auditorium
"Professor, How Could You?"
Members of the cast were as follows:
Grandma Karen McShane
Grandpa Ehil Cherney
Proper Butler Lowell Edwards
Pric1ILLa Kathern Dobler
Valerie Marlene Morgan
Viclq Mary Ann McC1lanl
Professor Harlen Stahleclcer
Butcher Boy Delbert Nelson
In the play V1cky's pranks are usually considered cute
but this one time Professor Perry, Vicky's teacher, has
ordered Vicky to call and apologise or drop his course
Yiclq sulkily obeys, but she finds an opportunity to 'get
even' She overhears a bit of gossip- Professor Perry Ins
been offered a deanship- if he can get a wife His friend
John, offers his curly heachd brainless secretary as an
ideal wife Grandma's canididate is Tootsie Bean, plump,
a masterband with lemon chiffon pie Viclq, longing
or revenge, proposes a friend, Valerie, a southern girl
o makes a fool out of every man she meets Cyandpa, too,
has a cand1date, but von't reveal her nann
Tootsie Bean bribes Professor Perry with one of her
pies The candidates meet with Professor Perry at a plan
ned dinner In the mean time, Granqaa has rumored about
that Perry has proposed to elope, so all the candidates
meet at Professor Perry's house and are reach to dash to
matriaony John comes to his f1'181'ld'8 rescue, dressed
like a woman trailing three small youngsters and passes
for the Professor's long lost wife
'Ihe three candldates console themselves elsewhere, but
Grandpa's candldate, Viclq, wins the Professor and becomes
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Bausch and L mb Award:
James Bllley, Wayne Cherney, Marilyn H gel
Angela Heine, Carolyn Pierce, Raymond Pomplun
Dougla Bell, Jalan Billey, Jean Dobler, Ga
Edwards, Har1lyn Hazel, Anrela Helne, Yvonne
Hatlestad, JoAnne Kirmis, Caro1,n Pierce,J0an
Retzlaff, Darlene Rexlnger, Avis Roezler,Loren
Tievs, ! Oman West
Dulcie Bell, James Billey, Luella Hall, Angela
Heine, Carolyn Pierce, Avis Roezler
M vis Aman, Luella Hall, Dulcle Bell, Marilyn
Hagel, Angela Heine, Jean Dobler, Betty Olson,
Connie Burow, Douglas Bell, Loren Tlegs
Connie Burow, Wayne Cherney
Yvonne Hatlestad, JoAnne K1Fml8
JoAnne Kirmis, James B lley
Dora Uccker, M3r1On Zinter
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Row 1 Raymond Pomplun, Elden Remke, Frank He1tman, Gary Edwards, Deforest
Rall, Lorne Bobbe, and Alvtm Nichlson QStudent Hanagerl
Row 2 Coach Isachsen, James Bllley, Normen Stahlecker, Larry Hagen, ayne
Cherney, D1ck Schonberger, Edcm Nlshek, and ASS1St8.!'lt Coach Loren
Row 3: Melvln Zlnter, Randolph Rlme, Calv1n Dathe, Jack VanS1ck1e, Melvin
Avery, Bob Schaller, and Bob Jury
The 1952 football season was quite successful in some ways, though
the game records d1d not show :Lt Thls, comblaed nth a few costly fumbles
and general hard luck, kept the team from domg better The team's and the
coach's efforts made the season a successful one as a whole When the sit
able The team elther lacked expenence or reserves for many pos1t1ons on
Senior letter-men for the year were: Frank neitman, Gary Edwards
Elden Reinke, Ray Pomplun, Normen Stahlecker, James Bllley, Deforest Rall
Wayne Cherney, and Lorne Bobbe Junior letteman were: Harlan Sthalecker,
Robert Jury, Kenneth Keller, Calvin Dathe, Robert Schaller, and Larry Hagen
Sophomore lettemenz Dlck Schonberger
Ellendale SCBFIIJLE gnonent
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Row ls Paul Hagel, Alun Nicholson, Robert Jury, Dlck Sctonberger, Harlan
Stahlecker, and Gary Edwards
Row 2 James B1lleyCStudent Hanagerb, Larry Hagen, Ned I-e1by, Norman
Stahlecker, and Coach Isachsen
Hi Point Hen of The Season
Through the 52 53 basketball season
the Cardinals won twelve out of twen
ty two games, endzng the most success
ful season for four years This was
a flne record cons1der1ng the hiquent
The Cards defeated Lahoure, Kulm,
and Edgeley to br1ng home first place
honors at the Kulm Invitat1ona.1 tournq
Badly sh ttered by the loss of cap-
muster snxth place in the dlst1ct
tournament held 1n Ellendale Through
out the year, the team and coach de
voted much tme and energ to make the
team what it was
Janos Billsy Cstudent Manager-J Coach Isachsen
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Ellendale - bb Edgeley - 26 tain Stahlecker, the Cards could only
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Front Row: Dulcie Bell, Dawn Combellick, Angela Heine, JoAnne llimil,
Jean Dobler, and Joan Retzlaff
Manon Zlnter, Katherlne Dobler, Beth Ashmore, Darlene
Dathe, Connie Burow, Hargnet Slemnons flnttructorl,
Dora Uecker, Betty Brandenberger, Loretta Meidsmgver,
Darlene Rexmger, Evelyn Flemlng, and JoAnne Woodrard
This is the fourth consecutive year that there has been a volley
ball team 'l'h1s year, the grls elected JoAnne Kinnis as the1r cap-
taln The record for the volley ball team in the tournament of the
last four years is as follows:
Ellendale 's Standing
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Houghtons' Meat Market
Fresh Baked Goods
Ellendale Farmers Union
Co op Ass'n
Ellendale, N Dak
R A Kirmia, Mgr
C Rollo Radio Service
Round the Clock
Round the Calendar
Bulova, and Wyler
and Fuel Oil
Your business appreciated
Re Nu Auto Both Shop
Painting 81 Body Repalr
Sales 8: Service
George Hall, Prop
Dickey County Implement
8: Lumber Co
John Bell, Prop
Owl Food Stores
Jake Klein, Mg'
Cream, Eggs, Poultry
Farmers Union Oil Co
Ellendale, N Dak
L M Coleman
Ben' s Barber
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Irvin Weispfenning R. D. Young, Mgr. Oscar Retzlaff, Mgr.
Allis Chalmers Machinery
Parts Q Service
Coast to Coast Store
Hardware Auto Supplies
Don Ludtka, Prop
Roy G Guy Lynde
A B Crabtree
Ellendale, N Dak
Coleman Clothlng Co
Men's 0 Boys' Wear
H 8 L Cafe
Good food vlth
Winter'a Super Value
We Invite You To
Stop Q Shop
Holte Funeral Homes
Kee B others
First Nat1ona1 Bank
Ellendale, N Dak
Capital and Surplus
'Where The Customer
Everyth1ng To Wear
Herman Volz, Mgr
The Randall Co
Servlce and Quallty
Lelby Drug Store
Servlce S1nce 1889
Edwln M Leiby
Norelco E1ectr1c Shavers
Standard Gas and O11
As An Artn Atlas Tires a Batteries
Dobler Q Brown
Frozen Food Lockers
Ellendale, N Dak
Farm Equipment 3200,000 Is Always Right.W
Redlin Implement Co
IHC Farm Equipment
H B Maytag
Norge and Maytag
Phone 148 31
Ellendale, N Dak
John Huber, Mgr
Graln and Seed Co
Ellendale , N Dak
Gackle Insurance Agency
Of All Klnds
Ellendale, N Dak
Where People Meet
Where People Eat
You Can Always Buy For
Less At Your Friendly
We Give S G H
Your Frlendly Oilman
Standard O11 Products
Ellendale , N Dak
Dickey County Leader
H J Goddard, Publlsher
Ellendale , N Dak
Sales Every Tuesday
Earl Thorpe, Mgr
Ellendale, N Dak
Western Electr1c Sound
Managers Slnce 1909
Have a Snack
After the Show
Crabtree Insurance Agency
All Types Of Insurance
and Real Estate
J D Crabtree
Ralph Lynde Q Son
Cars and Trucks
Pure O11 Products
Graham A Graham
Attorneys At Law Ellendale, N Dak
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Euenaale, N mx
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Thanks for the many
fr1endly v1s1ts spent
1n our Llttle Store
by you Sen1or6
Mr Q Mrs John A Gebhardt
we are proud to have
had a part ln the
maklng of tH1S flne
Mr Q Mrs
O F Van Dyke
Service Shoe Shop
4 4 Shoes 4 4
For The Whole Family
R F Donahe, Prop
Euendale, N Dak
Jensen keldnng Shop
You Wear em' A Mess em
Je Clean em' A Pres em
Erv Raymond, Mgr
Red Q Whlte Food Store
Grocerues, Fru1ts, Meats
Ulmer Bros , Prop
MILK The School Apprec1ates
The Suoport Of
Blue Whlte Contalners
Dellvered Daily In Ellendale The e Firms
Hokana Bros Dairy
N D U S Approved Weyerhaeuser Co
Pullorum Tested Thompson Yards
New Hampshlres Use Tlme Paymen Plan
S C Wh1te Leghorns
Ellendale, N Dak
See Us For Your Needs
McNeil Truck Line
Ellendale, N Dak
Flrst Baptlst Church
German Baptlst Church
Church of the Nazarene
Chrlstlan Sclence Church
St Helena's Cathollc Church
Seventh Day Advent1st Church
Evange11cal Unlted Brethren Church
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he the class of '53 have come to the Cllmal of our hlgh school
days We must dlsband and o forth to remaln only ln the sclool
hlstory and our own sweet memorles
From the t1me we entered h1Uh school as vreen freshmen untll
now we have engoyed every exper1ence even thouph the road was a
llttle rou,h at t1mBS
Now, as graduatlnv teammates, we can look back on four years
of h1 h school as a happy memory of school partles, games, plays,
As we part we sk ll mlss our school and our teachers who have
so patlently anl wllllngly vulded us 1n our marc? for knowled e.
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