Ellendale High School - Microphone Yearbook (Ellendale, ND)

 - Class of 1954

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Anna llae Davie The present interests me more than the Pvt, and the hxture more than the present. Darlene Dathe It is foolish to tear ones hair as though maddness would be made less by baldness. Calvin Dathe There is a guy who ie staunch and true. Who's always around when there's work to do. Kathey Dobler Whoever thinks of going to bed before twelve o'clock ie a ecundrel. mnli mm-da I'm satisfied because I'm me. Lahtta Gerling Smiling and cheerful, aluaye the lame. LlVanne Gerling Life is short so let'e be merry. Life'e too dull in a cemetary. Larry Getz Sometime I eit and think and eometimes I just lit. Larry Hagan Stand back girls - one at a time. ml? -Q '-.4 4 :rr 5104 'Q 1 3 .,, I 1' 5151 ' 1' liizfkw ' . z 51437, - 1 'vs V.,. w 1 1 A ,u 1 4.4. mahiadicil f ieasih,.w,,,:ss1..uuiw mhbahuan x..v.JQEu11.Lf. , . .. 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Harriet Schaller Oh, why should life labor be? ' ,w R. A B, . 44 Priscilla Shuldheisz Early to bed and early to rico and you'11 miss 1 lot of inter- esting things that don't go on in the daytime. Gary Stacker There must be some hard work in him - none ever came out! Harlan Stshlecker Love 'om and leavs 'lm LnPa1ms Tioga Ilan has his will, but woman has her ny. l Jack Van Sickle 'm a big boy now. JoAnn Woodward Party? Sure thorva a party at nw house. Adeline Veland Lifo's no longer if we hurry Life'a no better if we hurry SHIRLEY ABERLE NABEW Glee club Mixed Chorus Choral Festival Triple trio Music Festival Tiirling Speech Festival Senior Speech Brogra Clase President Class Secretary Microphone Staff Office Helper Nine Little Ministern CSenior Playl WDear, Dear Childrenn Tumbling Team One-act Play Festival Girl Scouts Student Council BETH ASHMORE Glee Club Mixed Chorus Choral Festival Music Festival Girls Quartet Volleyball Senior Speech Program Keystone Class Reporter Microphone Staff Office Helper Girls State Play Festival Cheerleader Tumbling BILLY BARTELS Glee Club Mixed Chorus Choral Festival Music Festival Ass't Editor-Cardinal LAURENCE BARTON WLORNIEW Office Helper Independent Basketball Basketball S 2-3-h 2-3-h 2-3-h -3-h 3 2 1-M 2 h 1 h h 3-h h h 1-2 b l-2-3 h 1P2'3'U 1-2-3-h 213-h 1'2'3'h h 3-h M M 1-2-3-h b 3-h 3 h h 1-2 4,1-u.e, .f .1-.L U' D-'C' CHARLES BERGLAND NCHUCKW Glee Club Mixed Chorus Choral Festival Band Music.Festival Brass Sextet Pep Band Basketball BETTY BRANDENBURGER Glee Club Mixed Chorus Choral Festival Music Festival Volleyball Speech Festival Senior Speech Program Cardinall Typist EM L CHERNEY Play Festival Track Basketball Junior Play WThe Little Ministern CSenior Playl CALVIN DATE HCALW h-H Football Track Basketball DARLENE DATHE Twirling Volleyball Senior Speech Program Office Helper b-H 2-3-14 2-3-u 2-3-14 l-2-3-h l-2-3-h 2-3 3-L. 1-2-3 1-2-3-M h h h 1-2-3-h h h h 3 1 1 3 h 1-2-3-h 1-2-3-b 1 1 1 2-3-M b 3-b 1-2-3-h X il 5. 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'The Little Ministern fSenior Playl Cardinal Staff Editor Cardinal Ass't Editor Cardinal Girl Scouts 'hmbling LARRY GATZ Football Basketball "The Little Ministern CSenior Playl h-H LUIIELL EDWARDS "BLACKIE" Glee Club Mixed Chorus Choral Festival Music Festival Class Vice-President lrack Football Basketball 'Professor How Could You' CJunior Playj "The little l'1inister" fSenior Playj 1-h 2 2-3-ls h -3-u 1-2-3 u 1-2 1+ -2 -h -3 -h -3 1-3 3-14 2 ls 3-h 2 2 3 h -ls -h -h 2-3-ls 2 2 2-3 3-h 3-h 1-3-ls 1 -3-44 -2.h LLVETTA GERLDI G Senior Speech Program Office Helper LAVANNA GERLING Senior Speech Program Office Helper LARRY HAGHJ 'GUS' Track Football Basketball Boy Scouts YVGWNE HILLIUS Glee Club Mixed Chorus Choral Festival Band Pep Band Band Festival Brass Sextet Music Festival Senior Speech Program Girls State ROBERT JURY "BOB" Track Football Basketball h-H Boys State Cardinal Staff Microphone Staff DONNA KELLY Glee Club 'Nirling Senior Speech Program Office Helper JERRY LAUTT "LOUSE" Glee Club Mixed Chorus Choral Festival Band Band Festival Music Festival Saxophone Quartet Pep Band Boys Octet 'The Little Minister' CSenior Playl NIT' I-'IT' vvrs Nw MJ -2-3 -2-3 1-2-3-h 1 2 3 M 2-3-h 3-M 3-la 3-h 3 1-2-3-M h . 3 l-2-3-h 1-2-3-I4 l-2-3-h 1-2-3-lg 3 I4 la 2 1 14 I4 1-2-3-lg l-2-3-lg 2-3-h 1-2-3-14 2-3-h 1-2-3-h 3-h 3-ls I4 la fa 4 -N U ,Q R, Q. r i + eel '. 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Boys Quartet 3-24 "'I'hanks Awful1y" 3 Track I-2-3-ll Mixed Quartet 3 Football 2-h Tape Recorder Operator 2 Basketball 1-2-3-LL Projectionist lg Junior Play "Professor How Could You" 3 Senior Play "The Little Minister' ll Boys State 3 Cardinal staff h CBusiness Manager, Boy Scouts CEag1e Scoutl l-2-3 Student Council ls lifzlnn McClellan "Snokey" KAREN MCS-IANE "MAC" Glee Club Mixed Chorus Choral Festival Mixed Quartet Girls Quartet Band Cornet 'Irio Band Festival Brass Ensemble Music Festival Speech Festival Senior Speech Program Keystone Microphone Staff Junior P hy "Professor How Could You' Senior Play 'The Little Minister' Cardinal Staff Pep Band Girl Scouts NI Band 1-2-3-lg 1-2-3-I-L 2-3-h ln ls 1-2-3-h ls sr-vor-fr-u-1 'Ill YDNPNPN than n:-EY' sr' 1:- 'fr C' N9 wfwwrc- n- 15- Glee Club 1-2-3 h Mixed Chorus 1-2-3 14 Choral Festival 2-3-ll Music Festival 1-2-3-lg Volleyball 2-h Senior Speech Program 2-3-ll Cardinal Staff h Microphone Staff ll Office Helper I4 Junior Play 'Professor How Coul.d You' 3 Cheerleader 1 Play Festival "The Blue Teapot" 3 Loretta Heidinggr Volleyball 2-3-h Senior Speech Program lx Girls State 3 Harriet Mock 'Duz' Senior Speech Program ll Keystone lx office Helper lg Play Festival lg 'he Little Minister' Csenior Phyj L, Marlene Morgaj "Big Red" Glee Club 1-2-3 mixed Chorus 1-2-3 Choral Festival 2 Band 1 Band Festival 1 Speech Festival 1 "Professor, How Could You" QJunior Play, 3 Girl Scouts 1 John Mouw "Cheerful John" Band 3-h Band Festival h Music Festival L Boys State 3 ll-H l-2-3-1, JEANNE MURRAY Glee Club 1-2-3-ll Mixed Chorus 1-2-3 Senior Speech Festival ll Student Council Junior Play Editor of "Ash Leaves' Class Treasury Class Vice President Volleyball lg 3 3 3 Cheerleader 1-2 1 2 ,, r 'mfg' 1 " M -V4 Fszx, ,ia " v ,fs P Q.: A "'-'.i.'..,,. 55 ,A 4, jj ,, W ,Q , 'ima f L xv dir-'aV,,,-MELA W I 1, ' 1" Lf ,. ,- f rl f 71 . .-. , ,m,f- . 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'mi .-if 'I-f libs' L , Pau, V "TEN n n r n DELBERT NBISGN WDEBBYN Glee Club l-2-3-h Mixed Chorus l-2-3-h Choral Festival 2-3-h Band 1-2 Band Festival l-2-3-h 1 2 3-M Music Festival - Class President 2 Class Vice-President 3 Microphone Editor M Junior Play WProfessor, How Could Youn 3 Senior Play "me Little Minister" 1+ Boys State 3 Editor-Cardinal h Boy Scouts 1-2-3-h Nat'l Jamboree 3 Pep Band h KEITH NOESS WTEETHIEN Band 2-3-h Band Festival 3-h Music Festival 3-h Keystone h Boys State 3 h-H 1-2-3-M CARMEN PHILLIPS Band l-2-3-h Band Festival 3-h Twirling 1-2-3-h Senior Speech Program h Play Festival WDear, Dear Childrenn h Girl Scouts l-2-3 BARBARA POMPLUN WBARBW Twirling 1-2-3-h Senior Speech Program b Class Reporter h Cardinal Typist h Office Helper 3-h Girls state 3 M-H 1-2 Play Festival WDear, Dear Childrenn h WIIMA RADKE NWILLIEH Glee Club 1 Mixed Chorus 1 Volleyball h Senior Speech Program h BEVERLY SCHAUANMAN WBEVW Glee Club l-2 Mixed Chorus 1-2 Twirling 1-2 Senior Speech Program h HARRIET SCHALLER Glee Club Mixed Chorus Choral Festival Band Band Festival Music Festival Pep Band so-13 SCHALLER "RUSH" Glee Club Mixed Chorus Choral Festival Music Festival Class Vice-President Track Football MARLENE S HALLER Glee Club Music Festival Speech Festival Senior Speech Program 2-3-M 1-2-3-h 2-3-h 1-2-3-h 1-2-3-h 1-2-3-M 3-h 2-3-M 1. 1-2-3-h 2-3-u l-2-3-h l 1-h 2-3-h -3 PRISCILLA SHULDHEISZ WPERCYN Glee Club 1 Mixed Chorus 1 Senior Speech Program h HARLEN STAIILECKER "MOE" Glee Club 1p2-3-h Mixed Chorus 2-3-h Choral Festival 3 Music Festival 1-2-3-h Class President 1 Class Treasurer 2 Track 1-2-3-h Football 1-2-3-h Basketball 1-2-3-M Junior Play 3 Cardinal Staff L GARY STUCKER Glee Club l-2-3-h Mixed Chorus 3-h Choral Festival 3-h Music Festival l-2-3-h Senior Play L f14' 1...-.- 1.1 FIV an - A .J rn 'sa' 'x ,,. i -lm: ,' 1 wh 1 .4 .z f ' -1 ' if-' 2, .. .Q N fr ,,,, N., -. 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For the second semester we elected Shirley Aberle, president, Robert Schaller, vice-president, Blondell Zimmerman, secretary, and Anna Mae Davis, treasurer. Karen McShane and LaPalma Tiegs were chosen as cheerleaders. Mr. Wilson was our class advisor. We had several parties and went to Lake Richmond for our class picnic. On September 11, 1952, forty-nine well acquainted sophomores squeezed into' Senior High, and on October 8 we got what we were looking for - initiation. The class officers were Delbert Nelson, presidentg Lowell Edwards, vice-president, Blondell Zimmerman, secretary, a.nd Harlan Stahlecker, treasurer. Under the guidance of Mr. Shelver we had our annual picnic at Lake Richmond. Fifty juniors come back to finish an exciting year at E.H.S. We elected Ned Leiby, president, Delbert Nelson, vice-president, Shirley Hill, secretary, and Melvin Zinter, treasurer. Miss Onsrud was our advisor. Under the direction of Miss Onsrud we successfully presented "Professor How Could You", our junior class play. After a lot of hard work we put on our magnificent sho! the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom in May. Our 'Parisian' theme was completed with the music of John Taylor and his orchestra. Blondell Zimmerman, Kathey Dobler, and Mary Ann McClellan were initiated into the Keystone Society. Due to a conflict with other activities, we were unable to have a class picnic. On September 7, 1953, we arrived at the dizzy height we now occupy as seniors. Out of the forty-six graduating, eleven started here in the first grade. We elected as our class officers Larry Wilbur, president 5 Ned Leiby, vice- presidentg Shirley Aberle, secretary, and Blondell Zinmerman, treasurer. Mr. Ingvalson was our class advisor. Our first official job was to show our kindness to the dear sophs by initiating them. Then the senior girls put on the annual Senior Girls Speech Program. We took on the responsibilty of editing the "Cardinal" and put on 'The Little Minister" for our senior play. On May 28 we graduate from dear old E.H.S. and we wish to thank all the members of the faculty for helping us to get the foundation which we will need. .vxwlb Wa FMMW The year is l96h. LaPalma Tiegs, and I, Karen McShane, are taking an hmaginary trip around the country visiting our classmates. Our first stop is at Aberdeen, South Ddcota, at a well-known drugstore, Wal1green's. To our amazement the waitress is Donna Kelly, who has been working there f6r several years. As we walk out the door a newsboy is shouting, WExtra! Extra! Gerling sisters paralyze the nation.n we buy a paper and find that LaVetta, the youngest sister, has called a strike of the Baby Sitters' Union. LaVanna, a physical culturist, is on a cross-country tour of the nation giving speeches at every whistle stop. On another page is a large ad sponsored by Bob Schaller, who has already made his first million. The ad reads, nWin Sl5,000. Complete this line in 25 words or less. NBob Schaller is a better dancer than Arthur Murray because .n On our way through Indiana we run into Gary Stucker, who has given up his mechanic career, and is now the main barker for Harriet Schaller traveling flea circus. we eat our first dinner at the Stork Club in New York. Before our meal is half devoured, LaPalma lets out a blood-curdling scream, I turn around and see hot coffee trickling down her back, and standing behind her, looking very much ashamed, is Emil Cherney, all decked out in a tuxedo. He apologizes profusely --- in French, yet! Just then the curtain goes up, and here we find Darlene Dathe wearing a slinky black evening gown and romantically singing the torch song, WI can't get my foot off the rail,N while her brother Calvin gives the song a work-out on the musical jugs. , Here also we find Marlene Morgan, who is manufacturing facial cosmetics - it seems she thought is was much cheaper that way. Also her future husband owns a mirror factory. we also visit Yvonne Hillius, noted author of the current best seller, 'How to Get Your Man,W but I have read the book and am still single. Next we set out for Albany, New York, where Larry Gatz, one of our more settled classmates, is teaching English. we stop in at the Kentucky Derby, and to our surprise we find Lawrence Barton is the leading jockey there. Leaving Lawrence with his horses, we immediately go to Hollywood to see Hedda Hopper. Just as we suspected, Carmen Phillips in disguise. we promise not to ruin her career if she will help us find some of our classmates. 'HeddaW also informs us that Larry Wilbur is in Hollywood judging beauty contests. we are informed that he is very fo d of his job. Our next stop is at the nation's capital, where we find Betty Brandenburger as North Dakota's first lady senator. Beth Ashmore is visiting with Betty. Beth is a famous hillbilly singer on Station P U in Tennessee, starring with the WChurchkey Five.' Now as we drive along, our radio announces that the winner of the Eddie Fisher run er-up contest is Jerry Lautt. Walter Winchell, also announces that Harlen Stahlecker, who is running a close second to Tom y Manville, is just marrying his eleventh wife today. On our way to Miami, Florida, we stop to pick up a hitchhiker. What a surprise to find it to be Lowell Edwards. He says he is slumning, but we wonder. Also, at Miami we visit the crowning of Miss Florida, the bathing beauty. Keith Noess certainly looks flattering in a two-piece bathing suit, doesn't he? That night as we are leaving Florida, we stop at a gaily lighted little hotspot called Club 214 C211 for 2h-hour servicel. This is the place we have been looking for because two of our classmates are operating here. Sure enough, we find, seated at a large desk, co-owners Marlene Schaller and Harriet Mock. Later on that evening we stop at Kay West to see the famous gambling ships. As we walk in the door we see JoAnn Woodward just bouncing John Mouw overboard for having an ace up his sleeve. Massa X 30 WC. Our next stop is Chicago. While we are reading a daily paper, we learn of the tragic death of Shirley Aberle. Shirley, it seems, had become an airline stewardass and the job had become so much of a routine that she never knew whether they were in the air or on the ground. Shirley stepped out through the door while they were in mid-air. The pilot was charged with negligence. LaPalma and I start down the main drag to shop, and we run into Kathey Dobler on one of the corners. She informed us that she is the head surgical nurse at the veterans' hospital here - it seems she just can't get the butcher business out of her system. We have just entered the elevator of a large department store, when the operator turns around and greets us. Who is it? Beverly Schaunaman. She tells us she has given up her search for her 'one and only' and is happy at her present job. On the road once more, we turn on the radio only to hear the voice of one Of our classmates booming out, "one, two, three, four, on your toes, chest out, shouldcrs back," etc. After a while the voice says, "This is Mary Ann McClellan, telling all you chubby ladies who want to lose your excess fat to listen in again tomorrow when I again broadcast my daily exercises, same time, same station." Our next stop is at the University of North Dakota. Just as we have heard, Loretta Meidinger is teaching physical education there. Just then we see a professor walking down the hall. We think he looks familiar. Sure enough, it is Delbert Nelson. Delbert informs us that Blondell Zimmerman is superindendent of the Fairview Hospital there. The next day -we decide to go shopping. As we are walking by the Montgomery Store, we see a crowd of people inside. So we go in to find out what is going on. Much to our surprise we see Priscilla Shuldheisz modeling a pair of men's overalls. We leave Minneasota on Sunday. We have just got out of Minneapolis and are well on our way, when we have car trcuble. Oh! no, we are out of gas, but luckily enough there just happens to be a big ranch near-by. As we are walking in the yard, whom should we see but Jack Van Sickle relaxing under a tree in the front yard. Jack tells us that Billy Bartels is running a dairy farm right down the road. After Jack has given us a hearty supply of gas, he tells us that Charles Bergland and Robert ,Jury are teadhing lf- Delano, Minneaiota, with Jury coaching and Bergland teaching mathematics. Nearing Sioux Falls, South Dakota, we decide to stop for refreslfnnents! So I have LaPalma read the advertisements. All of a sudden she reads , "Bab's Bachelor Home" - 13 Schenely Ave. We drive over and find Barbara Pomplun very settled and happy. We decide to come back later and talk as she is having a WCTU meeting. Who should her janitor be? None other than Gus Hagen! Nearing home we stop at Frederick, where we visit Adeline Veland, who is living on a fam near Frederick. As usual, I am giving directions, and we must have taken the wrong roli, as we wind up on the outskirts of Guelph. Taking LaPalmas' advice, we are finally on the right road nearing home. As we drive along, we see the home of Anna Mae Davis, who lives on a chicken farm with her husband a little way from Guelph. fChickens aren't the only things she is raising by the looks of her clothes line.l We're now approaching Silverleaf, just sight miles from Ellsrdale. Here is the home of the famous Ieiby Clinic. I don't know if Ned has much outside business but he certainly has a blonde chorus line of his own. Nearing town we hear wedding bells! It is a double wedding. The girls are none other than Jeanne Murray and Wilma Hadke. Tired and exhausted from a long but enjoyable trip, I let LaPa1ma off at trailer town. 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'61 i... --.J -16' 1 ML Qs We!! le, the members of the Senior Class of Ellendale High School of 19534, having been thoroughly examined and tested by capable psychiatrists and brain specialists and pronounced reasonably sane and able to negotiate such an important and vital document, do upon our leave from this brain-working plant, declare this to be our last will and testament. Item I we bequeth to our parents all our gratitude for trying hard to bring us up as ladies and gentlemen. Item II To our beloved faculty we tequeth all the amazing knowledge of startling information that we have furnished them from time to time in our various examination papers. we trust they will also feel at perfect liberty to make use of all such bits of wisdom and enlighte ment for the education of the classes to come after us. Item III To the juniors we leave some of the clandestine habits in which we have indulged during class time, namely: gum-chewing, writing love notes, flirting, snickering, deaf-and-dumb signaling and many, many others. Only one caution: they are possible sources of great danger. Item IV To the sophomores we will our great success in planning the junior-senior banquet and prom and our very studious abilities. Item V To the freshmen we leave our ability to stay in school and work hard for four years. WW QQ Item VI We as individuals bequeath the following: I, Shirley Aberle leave U 'excess weight to Veronica Bender. I, Beth Ashmore leave my blouie hair to Elaine Hanson. I think you'll like the change. I, Billey Bartels will my classroom solemnity to John Crabtree. I, Lawrence Barton will my curly locks to Gordon Pomplun. I, Chuck Pergland leave his fine English marks to fhlen Sharp, in hopes that it will get her somewhere. I, Betty Brandenburger leave my ready laugh to all shy, timid, incoming freslmen. I, Emil Cherney will my self-made rut between the school and the corner store to Carl Rekow and his two feet. I, Calvin Dathe will mr bashfulness to Pat Ashmore. I, Darlene Dathe will my ability to get along with teachers to Dorothy Schaller so it won't take her five years to finish high school. I, Anna Mae Davis leave my collection of sweaters to the freshmen girls. I, Kathy Dobler leave my ability to come in at sunrise to the curfew-. bound students of E. H. S. I, Lowell Edwards offer mr amazing endurance gained by long daily walks in the hall to John Combillick. I, Larry Gatz leave my artistic ability to any underclassmen who will take it. I, LaVetta Gerling leave my handbags and contents to Caroline Zinter. I, LaVanna Gerling leave my devilish grin to Bobby Donahue, so that he can get away with murder. I, Larry Hagen leave my diamond to anyone whom it will fit. I, Yvonne Hillius will my hours of loyalty and service to next years alto. lilly ga I, Bob Jury leave my business trips to Aberdeen to someone who has I Care I, Donna Kelly leave my ability to stay up nights to Lorraine Pallpluno I, Jerry Lautt leave my reputation as a careful driver to Rosemary Bobzien. I, Ned Leiby have only one thing willable, Beatrice Hokana, and I have no plans to lose her. I, Mary Ann lIcC1ellan leave my lovely long fingernails to anyone who can find them. I, Karen llcShane leave my shy retiring manners to Janet Rogers. I, Iaretta lleidinger will nw athletic ability to llarjorie Grass. I, Harriet Mock leave my nickname "Daze" to anyone who gets the connection. Could it be 'Duz does every'thing"? I, llarlene llorgan leave my love for costume jewelry to Marilyn Rowe. I, John lloul leave nv Physics workbook to anyone who can read Greek. I, Jean llurry leave to anyone who wants a husband - W secret formula. I, Delbert Nelson leave my mathematical mind to the future math teachers. I, Keith Noose leave my ability to 'filibuster' in Physics and all math classes to the future students of these classes. I, Carmen Phillips leave my ability to catch on to jokes to Donna Lee Smalley. I, Barbara Pomplun leave my twirling ability and baton to Cora Iee Grenz. I, Bob Schaller will my ability to get girls out of classes to Randy Rims. I, Wilma Radke leave my ability to hang on to a man to Millie Weitala. I, Harriet Schaller will to any one who needs it - my ability to "blu.ff". Apply early and avoid the rush. ' .X I, Marlene Schaller leave my rounded features to Helyn Schaller. I, Beverly Schaunaman leave my ability to think up good excuses when absent to Edith Huse. I, Priscilla Schuldheisz will my half school days to the juniors who are afraid to skip. I , Harlen Stahlecker leave my ability to go steady with a different girl every month to any shy sophomore lad. I, Gary Stuclcsr leave nv old razor blades and shaving mugs to any fellow who wants to play "Romeo". I, Lapalma Tiegs leave nv photogenic characteristics to Eliza Feiftle I, Jack Van Sickle leave my towering height to 'Big Ed' Nishek. I, Adeline Veland bequeth my diploma to the nearest pawn shop as they have everything else of value. I, Larry Iilbur leave my accordian performances to anyone who is able to stand the strain. I, JoAnn Woodward leave my ability to wisecrack to Kay Crabtree. I, Blondell Zimmerman will my height to Eileen Erdelt. QQ J 97' -.4?.j'is.' , 'I - - , H 5 5 ' 4 :7! ?'- s Sunday, May 23, 1951.1 Hymn: Deir LOI'd and Father of o o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 oA.1l Scripture Reading lm Prayer 1 o 0 o 0 o s 0 0 0 0 0 o Q School Selections: Softly and Tenderly Ufihtolj I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked CO'HaraD . . . . . . Chorus Winton S. Melby, Director Sermon oeccsoncoo asseseeeosoR6VoGeI'81dKoHi11,'h6 Pastor, Methodist Church, Bowman, N. D. Hymn:1"aithof0urFathers.................. as Friday, May 28, 19514 Processional iPomp and Circumstance, Elgarl. .Ellendale High School Band Presentation of Colors .......... ,...... S conf-S, Troop 32 Star Spangled Banner ............. ....... A1 1 Selection: A Woodland Symphony CBoethoven-Wick! ...... Girls' Chorus Talks: ............... Edwin M. Leiby and Bury Ann McClellan Selections: TO!llO1'I'Ul'8 Road Cllsndelssohn-Wilsonj The King of Love My Shepherd Is fShe11eyD . . .Mixed Chorus AddT0lS2 o o 0 0 0 0 s o o o o o o o o o o o o o o onro Tas. Jenkins, '27 President-elect, State Normal and Industrial College PI'B80nfalti0n of Class 0 O 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 e CoOl'lBl'Ud C0nfBI'I'in2OfDiP1OIlll8 eoooooooooooeooosoo PlUlGI'888 President, Board of Education Recessional QPomp and Chivalry, Charles Robertsj . . . .High School Band Supt. E. C. Ingvalson, Presiding Q! xc CD of x 1'-42 .ff YM .-P 2 . yew , L 'Nl -we ., . X it , ' f 3 lst sf I kE QiM its . 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