Ellendale High School - Raider Yearbook (Ellendale, MN)
- Class of 1951
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ELLENDALE HIGH SCHOOL
Annual Staff . . .
First Row: Lois Schuler, Marvin Folkestad, Bernice Olson, editor: Elaine Jensen,
Arlyss Demmer, Pat Disher. Second Row: Phillip Olson, Dale Cromwell, Betty
Trandem, Ronald Christensen, Mr. Pfiel, LaVonne Hagen, Olai Underland, Joan
Nelson, Bruce McIntyre, Louise Thompson.
From Us To You . . .
On them few, and perhaps a little smudged, pages we have tried to bring to you
our Yearbook which contains a year of fun, friendships, disappointments, hard work
and minor casualties. It has been our goal to increase the quality ozf the year-book.
We, the members, hope this goal has been achieved.
The annual staff is 'perhaps the busiest organization in the school. Work must
begin early in the fall. A contract is signed with the printer. A plan of the whole
book is formed and drawn out. This is called the Udummyf' A copy of the "dummy"
is sent to the printer. Group pictures for the annual are taken in January. This
included the major part of the work in the annual.
There are two main channels by which to finance the project. They are advertise-
ments and selling of our annuals. Another way is by sponsoring bake sales.
The annual staff has worked many long and hard hours in hope that they could
present to you, the readers, the finest record of your school years.
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MOMS AND DADS
OF ALL THE GRADS
We, the class of l95l , humbly dedicate this annual to our parents. lt
is to them that we owe our opportunities of education, good homes and an
'equal chance to grow up as we have, together, and to worship in our own
choice. lt is they who have encouraged us in our chosen professions, and
helped us adiust to adult life.
We have reached the turning point-not the only one we'll face-but
one of the most crucial ones. Today we are students, tomorrow-citizens.
To some of us the future holds further learning and to others o job and
responsibilities. It depends on us whether we succeed or fail but the ideals
we have thus developed through our porents will give us re-enforcements.
As we say a final farewell to our teachers, our school and our fellow
students, we give this tribute to the moms ond dads who have helped us Ieove
our childhood to face the future as men and women.
Glenn R. Shaw, Marion Swearingen, Nels Jensen, Dr. E. Ertel, Clarence
Eggers, Ralph Burshem, Gabriel Ohnstad.
Faculty . . .
GLENN R. SHAW
Band, Glee Club
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Hr. Algebra, Physics
English 10, 11, 12
MYRTLE DAHL ALMA TOLEFSON
English 7, Phy. Ed. Typing, Steno 1, 2
Librarian, Gen. Science 9 Bookkeeping
Biology, Spelling 7, 8
Mathematics, Jr. Business
Athletics, Science 7, 8
MARTINA MCINTYRE DONALD ORN
English 8, 9, Dramatics Shop, Mathematics 7
CARL WAGNER NORMA WANDREY BLANCHE PURDIE MAXIN
Fifth and Sixth Grades Third and Fourth Grades Second and Third Grades First Grade
Soc. St. 7, 8, Phy. Ed.
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J AA BUS DRIVERS
First Row: Garrett Cain,
Adolph Anderson, Minord
Vangen. Second Row:
Harvey Mobs, Franklin
Wandrey, Arvid Langlie.
Left 'ro right: Donna
Meland, Phyllis Hanson,
Mavis Larson, Kay SF1aw.
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Class History . . .
It was a grand and glorious thing that happened in the fall of 1947, for it was then
that the class of '51 made its debut into Ellendale High School. Our class consisted
of thirty-eight members and has 'gradually decreased to its present size of twenty-six.
Milo Chaffee, Melvin Cornelius, Donald Giles, Darrell Hoy, Eugene Munson, Alice
Vanden Heuvel and Anita Winzenburg withdrew during the first year. Later the
addition of Kenneth Lunninfg helped offset these losses a little.
Our Freshman year had several noticeable events: some of them were good, and
others bad. First-initiation was bad. Bad as it was, it was still fun. Officers for
that year were as follows: Alice Vanden Heuvel, president: Roselyn Haberman, vice-
president: Donald Ludford, secretary: Clarence Eggers, treasurer: Donna Wayne and
Bruce Mclntrye, student council. .
We came back to school as Sophomores feeling thankful for having weathered the
first year quite successfully, but determined to do better in our second year. Louis
Stieglbauer and Barbara Tobin withdrew from us that year. Donald Ludford, who
had started with us, passed away. Officers for that year were: Clarence Eggers,
president: Bruce McIntyre, vice-president: Yvonne Lawson, treasurer: Edith Nelson,
secretary: Pat Disher and Donald Ludford, student council.
During our Junior year we really kept jumping from one project to another. Our
attentions were mainly turned toward "No Place Like Home," our class play. A great
many of our activities that year centered around the purpose of raising money for the
Junior-Senior banquet. Yvonne Lawson, Kenneth Lunning, and Marilyn Jensen left
our school. Officers for that year were: Edith Nelson, president: Clarence Eggers, vice-
president: Garnet Peterson, secretary: Donna Wayne, treasurer: Pat Disher and
Our final year of high school found Pat Disher being chosen as Homecoming
Queen, with LaVonne Hagen, Elaine Jensen, Edith Nelson and Donna Wayne as
attendants. Della Mae Bathel withdrew from the class with Arlyss Demmer and
Roger Jackson joining us. Officers were: Marvin Folkestad, president: Edith Nelson,
vice-president: Garnet Peterson, secretary: Ronald Christensen, treasurer: Pat Disher
and Dale Cromwell, student council this year.
Five of the seniors have received all twelve years of their education at Ellendale.
They are: Ross Anderson, Seth Crabtree, Clarence Eggers, Edith Nelson, and Lois
We were able to attend Ellendale High School for these past four years as a
result of the tireless efforts of our parents, the faculty and the school board. We wish
to thank them for the education which they have made available to us.
"You only live once, why not make the most of it?"
Ambition: join the Navy . . . Favorite Pastime: eating
. . . Pet Peeve: "stuck-up" people . . . Always
saying: "Don't get hard, buddy."
Masquer Play 3
"A basketball Star, he Shines at night"
Ambition: join the Navy . . . Favorite Pastimes sleeping
. . . Pet Peeve: "wise guys" . . . Always saying:
"Is that right?" Q
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Captain 4
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4
"What did I do that was right?"
Ambition: good ol' farmer . . . Favorite Pastime: dancing
. . ,. Pet Peeve: "bu.llies"' . . . Always saying:
"Ah-h-h, gee whiz!" ,
Football 1, 4 Lettermen's Club 4
Baseball 2, 4 Declam 1
Basketball 2, 3, 4 Masquer Play 4
"Last night at twelve I felt immense,
but now I feel like 30 cents." E
Ambition: engineering . . . Favorite Pastime: sleeping
and eating . . . Pet Peeve: "big headed guys"
. . . Always saying: "Oh, yeah-that's right."
Football l, 2, 3, 4 Student Manager 3, 4
Football Captain 4 Annual 4
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2
Lettermen 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Treasurer 4
Class Play 3
"Pro or con he argues on"
Ambition: Air Force . . . Favorite Pastime: hunting . .
Pet Peeve: getting along with the teachers . . .
Always saying: "I didn't say a word."
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Lettermen 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball 1, 4 Declam 4
Baseball 3, 4
"Like scissors-always cutting up"
Ambition: carpenter . . . Favorite Pastlme: hunting . . .
Pet Peeve: uconceited people" . . . Always say-
ing: "Oh-h-h, K. Baby!"
Football 2, 3, 4 Student Council 4
Basketball 2, 3 Annual 4
Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 Lettermen 1, 2, 3, 4
Baseball Captain 4 Masquer Play 4
"Here's to you so tall and slim,
who believes in dancing to keep trim"
Ambition: private secretary . . . Favorite Pastlme:
dancing . . . Pet Peeve: staying home . . .
Always saying: "Honestly ! "
Transferred from Freeborn 4 Pep Club 4
Glee Club 4 Annual 4
G. A. A, 4 Masquers 4
"Life is but a day, but oh! Last night!
Ambition: join the Waves . . . Favorite Pastime: new-
time dancing . . . Pet Peeve: getting up in the
morning . . . Always saying: "Oh-h-h-h!"
Glee Club 3, 4 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4
G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3
Declam 3, 4 Masquer Play 3
Masquers 2, 3, 4 Annual 4
Masquer Secretary 4 Pep Club 3, 4
Student Council 2, 3, 4 I-IOMEOOIVHNG QUEEN 4
"I-Ie's on the alert when it comes to a skirt"
Ambition: go to Waldorf College . . . Favorite Pastime:
a good movie . . . Pet Peeve: people who act
innocent when they are guilty . . . Always say-
ing: "Don't do -anything I wouldn't do!"
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Class President 2
Baseball 1. 2, 4 Class Vice-President 3
Lettermen 3, 4 Declam 1, 2, 3, 4
Class Play 3 Paper Staff 2, 3, 4
Class Treasurer 1 Masquer Play 3
Ambition: "get rich quick" . . . Favorite Pastimes eatln',
sleepin', and raising cain . . . Pet Peeve: people
who talk behind his back . . . Always saying:
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Football 4 Declam 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball 2, 3, 4 Masquer Play 3, 4
Baseball 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3
Class President 4 Lettermen 3, 4
Annual 3, 4
"I can't enjoy llfe alone"
Ambition: work in a large city . . . Favorite Pastime:
dancing .' . . Pet Peeve: "concelted people" . . .
Always saying: "Gosh!"
Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4 Paper Staff 3, 4
G. A. AQ 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Vice-President 1
Masquers 2, 3, 4 Declam 1, 2, 3, 4
Pep Club 3, 4 Class Play 3
"Hello! Central? Give me a line."
Ambition: work in office . . . Favorite Pastime: dancing
. . . Pet Peeve: people who say things they don't
mean . . . Always saying: "Oh, my gosh!"
glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Masquer ViceJPresident 4
Declam 1 AIIDUHI 4
Pep Club 3, 4 Homecoming Attendant 4
G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3
Masquers 2, 3, 4
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"He Came 8 stranger and remained 8 friend"
Ambition: astronomer . . . Favorite Pastime: sleep . . .
Pet lgeeve: school . . . Always saying: "Oh,
Transferred from Blooming Prairie 4
Football 4 Letterman 4
"I can't help it if the girls adore me"
lmlbltionz go in the Air Force . . . Favorite Pastime:
hunting . . . Pet Peeve: "Stuck-up" women . . .
Alfways saying: "Oh, I don't know!"
'Football 2, 3 Baseball 2, 3, 4
lasketball 2, 3, 4 Class Play- 3
lasquer Play 4
"A giggle, a dash, a shriek, and a crash"
mbition: getting anywhere-fast . . . Favorite Pastimes
good movie . . . Pet Peeve: people who can't
keep secrets . . . Always saying: "Say, what do
we have for English?"
Plee Club 2, 3, 4 Declam 1, 2, 3, 4
P. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4
Iasquers 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Attendant 4
lasquer Play 2, 4 Masquer Treasurer 4
lass Play 3
"Some think he's quiet, others wonder"
Ambition: Air Force . . . Favorite Pastirne: shows . . .
Pet.Peeve: teachers . . . Always saying: "Go1l
Class Play 3 B8-Sfrball 1
Student Manager 2, 3 F00tba11 1
Student Council 3 ' , Paper Staff 1.,2. 3. 4
Masquer Play 4
"The girls haven't spoiled me-yet!"
Ambition: stay out of trouble . . . Favorite Pastime: play
baseball . . . Pet Peeve: women with straight
hair . . . Always saying: "You got nose trouble?"
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Declam 1
Basketball 1, 2, 3 Student Council 1
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4
Lettermen 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Vice-President 2
Class Play 3 Student Council President 4
EDITH NELSONf"Edie" as
"Just can't live long-single"
Ambition: make a good wife . . . Favorite Pastime: danc-
ing to old-time music . . . Pet Peeve: people who
' talk behind your back . 1 4. Always saying:
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Class President 3
Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Class Vice-President 4
Masquers 2, 3, 4 Declam 1, 2, 3
Pep Club 3, 4 Paper Stat! 3, 4
Pep Clu-b Treasurer 4 Girls State 3
Class Secretary 2 Homecoming Attendant 4
"A rare combination of good humor,
friendliness, and ability"
Ambition: nurse . . . Favorite Pastime: read a book . . .
Pet 'Peeve: people who think they're better than
they really are : : : Always saying: "G-oodness!"
knnual 2, 3, 4 Declam 1, 2, 3, 4
vlasquers 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3
Annual Editor 4 Pep Club 3, 4
Iilee Club 3, 4 is
. DALE PETERSON--"Pete"
"Full of fun and mischief too, doing
things he shouldn"t do."
kmbition farmer . . . Favorite Pastime: trips 'to Waseca
. . . Pet Peeve: "stuck-up" people . . . Always
saying: "Let's go down to the station, Shirley."
"If silence were golden, she'd be worth a million"
mbition: stenographer . . . Favorite Pastime: sew and
knit . . . Pet Peeve: people with "big heads"
Always saying: "Gee!"
lasquers 2, 3, 4 Gee Club 2, 3, 4
P. A. A. 4 Paper Staff 2, 3, 4
ep Club 3, 4 ' Class Secretary 3, 4
heclam 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3
"She ls sometimes quiet, but we Wonder if she
is that way all the time."
Ambition: secretary . . . Favorite Pastime: dancing . . .
Pe't Peeve: "conceited people" . . . Always say-
ing: "I don't know."
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4
Masquers 2, 3, 4 Annual 4
Pep Club 3, 4 Declam 1, 2, 3, 4
"Do it quietly-and don't get caught"
Ambition: farmer . . . Favorite Pastime: hunting . . .
Pet Peeve: "smart-acting" people . . . Always
saying: "Ah-h-h that's my brand."
"Obedience is the key to every door"
Ambition: stenographer . . . Favorite Pastimes movies
. . . Pet Peeve: "stuck-up" people . . . Always
saying: "Oh, my goodness!"
Pep Club 3, 4 Declam 1
Masquers 3, 4 Annual 4
"Greatness lies in silence"
Ambition: 'get out of school . . . Favorite Pastime: eat
and sleep . . . Pet Peeves: teachers . . . Always
Football 2, 3, 4 Student Manager 3, 4
Annual 4 Lettermen 2, 3, 4
"Tall, blond, and lively."
Ambition: private secretary . . . Favorite Pastime: a good
basketball game . . . Pet Peeve: people who
pull off scarves . . . Always saying: "That would
make me mad!"
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4
Pep Club 3, 4
Pep Club President 3
Glee Club 2, 3, 4
Band 1, 2, 3. 4
Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Masquers 2, 3, 4
Masquers President 4
Class Play 3
Declam 1, 2, 3, 4
Paper Staff 1, 2, 3, 4
Student Council 1
Paper Editor 4
Class Treasurer 3
Homecoming Attendant 4
"To Rest is not to Conquer"
Silver and Blue
Lilly of the Valley
Class Wlll . . .
We the seniors ofthe graduating class of 1951 being of sound mind and body and
of above average intelligence, do hereby testify this to be our last will and testimony.
To the faculty of E. H. S. we leave . . . finally!!
To the juniors we will our ability to stay out of trouble during the remainder of
your high school career.
To the sophomores we bequeath our intelligence.
To the freshmen we leave our high school record of what they too, may accomplish
after four years of diligent study.
I, Ardell Anderson will my many trips to the cities to Irene Flugum.
I, Ross Anderson will my innocent look to Wayne Wodrick.
I, Rudolph Anderson will my red hair and freckles to someone . . There I
got rid of them.
I, Ronald Christensen will my position on the football field to Larry Richards.
I, Seth Crabtree will my arguing ability to James Deml.
I, Dale Cromwell will my ability to keep on the good side of the superintendent to
I, Arlyss Demmer will my interest in brunettes to Louise Thompson.
I, Pat Disher will my spare heartthrobs to Audrienne Bunnell.
I, Clarence Eggers will my one arm driving albility to Milton Sletton.
I, Marvin Folkestad will my steaming hot vocabulary to Clark Nelson.
I, Roselyn Haberman will my quietness to Joanne Vangen.
I, LaVonne Hagen will my pretty green eyes to Joan Nelson.
I, Roger Jackson will my ability to ignore girls to Larry Olson.
I, Donald Jensen will my nickname "Bones" to Elton Ehlert.
I, Elaine Jensen will my hilarious laugh to Velma Conklin.
I, Douglas Knudsen will my bashfulness to my brother Quentin who doesn't seem
te have inherited any of the trait.
I, Bruce McIntyre will my razor to anyone who can make better use of it than I.
I, Edith Nelson will my ability to stick to one man to Caroline Newgard.
I, Bernice Olson will my patience on the annual staff to Phillip Olson.
We, Dale Peterson and Shirley Sletton will our ability to use a pack and a half a
day to Eugene Jensen and Lenard Lageson.
I, Garnet Peterson will my shortness to Duane Willert.
I, Lois Schuler will my extra hop in dancing to Gary Underland.
I, Betty Trandem will my ability to get along with the teachers to Wyman Jensen.
I, Olai Underland will my handsomeness to Thelma Miller.
I, 'Donna Wayne will my love for Steno to Ione Dlsher.
Class Predictions . . .
"For I dipt into the future far as human eye could see
Saw a vision of my classmates and all wonders that could be."
Shirley Sletton is a prosperous farmer having just invented a fireproof barn.
Dale Peterson has Joined him in this new business venture.
Ardell Anderson is an inefficient bus driver between Ellendale and Minneapolis,
spending more nights in the cities than on his route. I wonder where?
Garnet Peterson ls the head designer for Sax on Fifth Avenue in New York. She
is now boarding a ship to Paris to study new designs.
Elaine Jensen is busy writing her daily gossip colunm for "The New York Times."
She says that she receives most of her news from letters from her old classmates.
Edith Nelson is married and ls taking the show "Cheaper By the Dozen" seriously.
Rudolph Anderson is busy raising apples so that his children can polish apples
just as he did in his high school days. , n
Marvin Folkestad is a high school teacher and his main subject ls teaching "Girls
b Pl'lySlC8,1 ECll1C8tl0I1." He C8.!l't complain 8.bOllt being 8. hard luck guy now!
Betty Trandem has just writtena book for which she is famous: "Huw to go to
School and Like it."
Olai Underland has opened a sweet potato factory and is traveling throughout the
United States hunting for sweet potatoes. - Or are they hunting for him?
Bruce McIntyre has started the new "Dare Devils" rolling Model A's and business
is very good.
Ronald Christensen is leaving soon for South America. to build bridges, but he
is having a hard time finding transportation for his family of twelve.
Ten years into the future shows Douglas Knudsen still wanting a girl all to
himself, but still too bashful to put forth the effort.
Donald Jensen has spent many years in research on "The Thing" and at last he
thinks he is on its trail.
Dale Cromwell is working with Barnum and Bailey circus and is holding down
one of the most dangerous jobs: he gives the lions their baths every morning.
Roger Jackson has just come back from a voyage via to Japan and he St-ich to
his old traditions: he has a girl in every port.
Donna Wayne is a private secretary to "Mel's Employment Agency", however, her
private interests interfere a great deal with her work. '
Lois Schuler is trying to regain -the title of National Bowling Champion. She
says she uses Cromwell's Linament to keep her arms llmber.
Bernice Olson is head nurse in a Veterans Hospital and she says she owes most
of her patience to being editor of her high school annual.
Roselyn Haberman is working for the Weather Bureau. She changes the weather
just as often as she changes her mind. That's every other hour.
Arlyss Demmer is running a Dine 8: Dance in Chicago, but the hamburger shops
are running her out of business.
Seth Crabtree ls President of the World's Largest Debating Team in Alaska. He'
says his success has been to some of the arguments teachers gave hlm in high school..
Pat Dlsher and Lavonne Hagen are busy ln the kitchen of their duplex apartment
preparing dinner for their husbands, while Ross Anderson and Clarence Eggers are
in the living room preparing for an attack of indigestlon.
Most Likely to Succeed
Most School spirit '
Best Apple Polisher
and 'Marvin Folkestad
and Dale Peterson
and Marvin Folkestad
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and Lois Schuler
V. Pres., Edith: Pres. Marvin
Sec., Garnet: Treasurer Ronald
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First Row: Vema Rieck, Joan Nelson, Diane Wilker, Caroline Newgard, Roger
d Ro : Mrs. Berg,
Sward, Gary Underland, Wyman Jensen, Velma Conklin. Secon w
Cl k Nelson Norrlne Thompson, James Deml, Joanne Vangen,
Margaret Sorenson, ar ,
Allan Berg, Louise Thompson. Third Row: Mary Ellen Norgaard, Marvin Enmenauer,
Larry Olson, Shirley Stutesman, Ronald Johnson, Paul Connor, Audrienne Bunnell.
First Row: Robert llumberg, Arlene Johnson, Wayne Wodrlch, Lavonna Cornelius,
Duane Wlllert, Milton Sletton, Alice Ashley, James Nelson. Second Row: Mrs. Berg,
Kay Shaw, Lorraine Olson, Ralph Randall, Kenneth Lunnlng, James Grunwald,
Margella Johnson, Lenard Lageson, Irene Flugum. Third Row: Donna Meland, lone
Disher, Lorraine Jensen, Marvel Hanson, Lylah Fitch, Alice Zeman, Thelma e
Officers . . .
Donna. Meland, secretary
Gary Underland, president
lone Disher, vice-president
Kenneth Lunning, treasurer
Sophomores . . .
First Row: Marlin Grunwald, Alvlna Hagen, Arnold Halversen, Ax-lan Ross,
Louella Thorson, Eugene Larson, Mark Kasper, Blanche Jensen, Phillip Olson. Second
Row: Larry Richard, Sandra. Wilker, Morris Shaw, Shirley Thompson, Elton Ehlert,
Marlene Johnson, Mary Ann Wanous, Jean Ditlevson, Ronly Cromwell, Fem Wayne,
Eugene Jensen, Valerla Humberg, Theresa, Ottierson, Mrs. Berg. Third Row: Ivadielle
Hendrickson, Mavis Larson, Christena Oilson, Delores Janka., Orville Langlie, Shirley
Jensen, Quentin Knudsen, Phyllis Hanson, Beverly Eggers, Elorls Anderson.
During their second year at E. H. S. the sophomore class chose Sandra
Wilker as President, Morris Shaw as Vice Presidentg Fern Wayne as Secretary,
Duane Carlson as Treasurer, and Phillip Olson, Mavis Larson as student
council representatives. Their class advisor is Mrs. Selma Berg.
Several Sophomore boys are outstanding in sports. Yell leader, Phyllis
Hanson, is also from the Sophomore class.
The Sophomore class gave the Freshman an initiation party in the fall
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First Row: John Palau, Dorls Johnson, Edward Anderson, Carol Sorenson, Paul
Toft, Nadine Olson. Second Row: Alice Lawson, Shirley Lagesosn, Myrtle Ross,
Richard Wayne, Maxine Haugen, Devon Svenby, Joan Anderson, Mr. Christensen.
Third Row: Janice Murl, Audrey Steffen, Betty Jolmson, Marvin Turner, Audrey
Drache, Orlene Thompson, Roger Mlckleson.
First Row: Everal Comelius, Ralph Gilman, Elroy Utpadel, Ann Montanye,
Warren Larson, Delores Bailey, Wayne Brooker. Second Row: Dale Strenge, Evelyn
Schuler, Merlyn Thompson, LeRoy Sommers, Eugene Cornelius, Shirley Lawrence,
Lloyd Kaplan, Mr. Christensen. Third Row: Jeanne Connor, Margaret Stieglbaubr,
Ronald Halvorson, Jerome Anderson, James Vangen, Darlene Krueger, Joan Jensen.
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First Row: Laurel Hendrickson, Dale Bartness, Verna Cornelius, Donald Butler,
Thomas Ludford, Donna Newgard, Donald Johnson, llhrma Bathel, Charles Kram-
merer. Second Row: Mr. Wagner, David Nelson, Stanley Thompson, Louisa Lindsay,
Lyle Olson, David Jellum, Ovanna. Utpadel, Ronald Thompson, Helen Lageson.
First Row: Lloyd Dunn, Lavon Anderson, Judy Busho, Delores Olson, Kenneth
Schuler, Ruth Gilman, Vemon Cornelius, Judy Thompson, Shirley Robertson, Shennan
Bartness. Second Row: Mr. Wagner, Mary Ann Lageson, Dennis Riehards, Eleanor
Eggers, James Otteson, Francis Jorgenson, Tyler Hanson, Sharon Johnson, Duane
Newgard, Edward Olson, Harvey Rom.
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aper Staff . . .
Seated: Gamet Peterson, Roselyn Habennan, Clarence Eggers, Joanne Vangen,
Kay Shaw, Donna. Wayne, editor. Standing: Mavis Larsen, Phyllis Hanson, Donna
Meland, Nonine Thompson, Paul Connor, Douglas Knudsen, Shirley Lageson,
Lorraine Jensen, Carol Sorenson, Lylah Fitch, Edith Nelson, Selma Berg, Alma. Tolef-
The "Ye School Crier" is the official grapevine system of Ellendale High School.
It contains amateur writing, stories, jokes, and bits of gossip. Cartoons are also an
The staff is made up of seventeen boys and girls with Selma Berg and Alma Tolef-
son as the sponsors. The entire work is done by the staff during sparc time. Stories
must be typed, stenciled, mimeographed, sorted, and then stapled. The paper is
distributed every six weeks.
The "Ye School Crier" has been a source of information. We hope it will continue
its good work.
Editor, Donna Wayne
Associate Editor, Kay Shaw
Sports Editor, Clarence Eggers
Associates, Douglas Knudson, Paul Connor
News Editor, Carol Sorenson, Lorraine Jensen, Phyllis Hanson
Artists, Garnet'Peterson, Mavis Larsen, Shirley Lageson
Typists, Roselyn Haberman, Norrine Thompson, Joan Vangen
Advisors, Mrs. Selma Berg and Miss Alma Tolefson
Plays . . .
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JUNIOR PLAY. First Row: Joan Nelson, Diane Wilker, Kay Shaw, Joanne
Vungen, James Grunwald. Second Row- Allan Berg, Caroline New rd N rrln
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Thompson, Lorraine Jensen, Alice Zeman, lone Disher, Mrs. Mclntyre.
MASQUER PLAY. First Row: Mrs. Mclntyre, Ross Anderson, Lylah Fitch
Donald Jensen, Marvin Folkestad, Joan Nelson Diane Wilker Second Row: Ka
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Knudsen. Dale Cromwell replaced Ross Anderson.
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First Row: Mrs. Mclntyre, Lorraine Jensen, Vema Rieck, Eloris Anderson, Alice
Zelmm, Betty Trandem, Mavis Larsen, Alvina Hagen, Patricia Disher, Christina Olson,
Shirley Jensen, Bernice Olson. Second Row: Elaine Jensen, Marvel Hansen, Audrienne
Bunnell, Kay Shaw, Joanne Vangen, Donna Wayne, Blanche Jensen, LouElla Thorson,
Lavonna Comelius, Arlene Johnson, Marlene Johnson, Joan Nelson, Jean Ditlevson,
Diane Wilker, Shirley Lagesom, Lylah Fitch, Donna Meland, Garnet Peterson. Third
Row: Lorraine Olson, Arlyss Demmer, Lois Sehuler, Irene Flugum, Lavonne Hagen,
Roselyn Habennan, Norrlne Thompson, Mary Ellen Norgaard, Caroline Newgard,
Louise Thompson, Ione Disher, Beverly Eggers, Phyllis Hanson, Ivadelle Hendrickson,
Fem Wayne, Sandra Wilker, Margella Johnson, Deloris Janka.
The purpose of the Masquer Club is to promote and encourage skill in
the drama. The membership consists of girls who have attained a high
scholastic average and are interested in dramatics. The play project for
this year was the three act comedy, "Linda," A special gift was presented
to the school, purchased with funds of this and the past several years. The
officers of the club for this year are as follows: Donna Wayne, president,
Lavonne Hagen, vice-presidentg Patricia Disher, secretary, Elaine Jensen,
treasurer: Mrs. Mclntyre, Advisor.
First Row: lone Dislher, Alvina Hagen, Sandra Wilker, Arlyss uemmer, Lavonne
Hagen, Valeria Humburg, Mavis Larson, Lorraine Jensen, Donna Meland, Alice Zeman,
Delores Janka, Fern Wayne. Second Row: Mrs. Dahl, Lois Schuler, Roselyn Haber-
man, Marlene Johnson, Ivadelle Hendrickson, Beverly Eggers, Joanne Vangen, Arlene
Johnson, LouElla Thorson, Shirley Thompson, Mary Ellen Norgaard, Shirley Jensen,
Eloris Anderson, Lylah Fitch, Donna Wayne. Third Row: Gamet Peterson, Elaine
Jensen, Christina Olson, Kay Shaw, Audrienne Bunnell, Phyllis I-lanson, Pat Disher,
Louise Thompson, Norrine Thompson, Caroline Newgard, Diane Wilker, Joan Nelson.
First Row: Harriet Haubenschild. Sandra Menefee, Ruth Otteson, Lois Wayne,
Delores Eggers, Connie Grunwald. Joanne Jensen, Marilyn Burshem, Doris Haberman,
Marjorie Utpadel. Second Row: Mrs. Dahl, Sandra Jensen, Betty Johnson, Alice Mae
Lawson, Margie Eggers, Verona Randall, Nora Nelson, Eileen Comelius, Carol Soren-
son. DeVon Svenby, Shirley Lageson. Third Row: Barbara Langlie, Beverly Worke,
Geraldine Taylor, Audrey Hemingway, Joan Anderson, Audrey Steffen, Orlene
Thompson, Arlyne Langlie.
Glee Club . . .
First Row: Alice Ashley, Lavonna Comelius. Donna Wayne, Edith Nelson, Arlyss
Demmer, Joan Nelson, Joanne Vangen, Bemice Olson, Patricia Disher. Second Row:
Glen Shaw, Margaret Sorenson, Kay Shaw, Norrine Thompson, Mary Ellen Norgaard
Lorraine Jensen, Arlene Johnson, Caroline Newgard, Margella Johnson, Lorraine
Olson, Irene Flugum, Marvel Hanson, Lylah Fitch, Louise Thompson. Third Row:
Vema Rieck, Shirley Stutesman, Velma Conklin, LaVonne Hagen Audrienne Bunnell
A ice Zeman, Roselyn Haberman, Lois Schuler, Gamet Peterson: lone Disher, Elaine
Jensen, Donna Meland.
First Row: Marlene Johnson. Delores Janka, Maxine Haugen, Jean Ditlevson,
LouElla Thorson, Carol Sorenson, Mary Ann Wanous, Alvina Hagen, Blanche Jensen.
Second Row: Glen Shaw, Devon Svenby, Jo-an Anderson, Mavis Larson, Shirley
Thompson, Beverly Eggers, Shirley Jensen, Phyllis Hanson, Eloris Anderson. Third
Row: Audrey Steffen, Orlene Thompson, Chrlstena Olson, Sandra Wilker, Shirley
Lageson, Ivadelle Hendrickson, Valeria Humburg, Theresa Otterson.
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First Row: Phyllis Hanson, Norrlne Thompson, Alice Zeman. Louise Thompson, Pat .Disher.
Second Row: Shirley Thompson, Arlyss Demmer, Betty Trandem, Gamet Peterson, Mary Ellen Nor-
gaard, Lylah Fitch, lone Disher, Elaine Jensen, Beverly Eggers, Donna Meland, LaVonne Hagen,
Sandra Wilkerf Third Row: Mrs. Berg, Mavis Larson, Diane Wilker, Marlene Johnson, Alice Ashley,
Arlene Johnson, LaVonna Cornelius, LouElla Thorson, Joanne Vangen, Caroline Newgard, Joan
Nelson, Lois Schuler, Lon-aine Olson, Margella Johnson, Bernice Olson. Fourth Row: Ivadell Hend-
rickson, Roselyn Haberman, Eloris Anderson, Christina Olson, Delores Janka Marvel Hanson
Audrienne Bunnell, Donna Wayne, Kay Shaw, Shirley Jensen, Alvina Hagen, ,Valaria Humberg:
Lorraine Jensen, Vema Rleck.
First Row: Barbara Langlie, Arlyne Langlie, Beverly Worke, Orlene Thompson. Second Row:
Eileen Comelius, Sandra Menefee, Harriet Haubensohild, Lois Wayne, Delores Eggers, Darlene Kreuger.
Jean Connor, Jpan Jensen, Audrey Drache. Third Row: Mrs. Berg, Fem Wayne, Margaret Stlegl-
bauer, Shirley Lawrence, Everal Cornelius, Devon Svenby, Verona Randall, Donna Johnson,, Maxine
Haugen, Carol Sorenson, Margie Eggers, Alice Lawson, Joan Anderson, Shirley Lageson, Sandra Jen-
sen. Fourth Row: Shirley Wobschall, Marlene Halverson, Connie Grunwald, Audrey Steffen, Audrey
Hemingway, Arlyss Robertson. Geraldine Taylor, Ruth Otteson, Marjorie Schmidt.
Sfudenf Council . . .
First Row: Delores Eggers, Dale Cromwell, Bruce Mclntyre, president: Pat Disher,
Arlyne Langlie. Second Row: Louise Thompson, Roger Sward, Shirley Lageson,
Audrey Steffen, Phillip Olson, Mavis Larson.
Homecoming . . .
The 1950 Homecoming of Ellendale High School was held October 6th. This was
the "big" day for students and alumni and many preparations had been made to make
it a gala affair.
The first event of the day was the parade which started at 2:00 P. M. It was
a large parade with floats representing the different classes and organizations at
school. The baton twirlers led, followed by the band, floats, and queen candidates.
During the bonfire, the spectators were very pleased to see Pat Disher become
Homecoming Queen of 1950. Captain Ronald Christensen crowned Pat and presented
her with a gift from the senior class.
After our victory over Janesville, 6-0, the Alumni and high school students enjoy-
ed a Homecoming Dance.
Thus ended a perfect evening on a rainy night.
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Football . . .
First Row: Paul Connor, Phillip Olson, Kenneth Lunning, Duane Carlson, Bruce
Mclntyre, Ronald Christensen, Olal Underland, Dale Cromwell, Seth Crabtree, Robert
I-lumburg, Roger Jackson. Second Row: Mr. Olson, James Vangen, Donly Cromwell,
Ralph Randall, Morris Shaw, Gene Comelius, Mark Kasper, Elton Elhert, James
Nelson, Marvin Folkestad, Rudolph Anderson, Donald Jensen, manager. Those absent
were Ross Anderson and Gary Underland.
Names Won Lost Pct.
ELLENDALE ...... ....... 5 .840
Janesville ......... ....... 5 840
Freeborn .............. ....... 4 .660
New Richland ........ ....... 3 .500
Blooming Prairie ..... ....... 3 500
Emmons .................. ....... 1 160
Alden .................... ....... 0 .000
Ellendale 12 - Alden
Ellendale 6 - Janesville
Ellendale 0 - New Richland
Ellendale 20 - Freeborn
Ellendale 12 - Emmons
Ellendale 7 - Blooming Prairie
Sfarting Eleven . . .
To begin our 1950 season Gene 0lson's Raiders traveled to Waseca where they
were defeated by the score of 18-6. Next the team made the trip to Hayfield where
they played a much better game than they did at Waseca with the game ending in a
0-0 deadlock. Alden was next on the schedule for the first conference game of the
season. The Raiders showed fine teamwork to defeat the Blackhawks, 12-6.
Homecoming! This was the big event of the year. There had been much excite-
ment all day, which was climaxed with Ellendale defeating Janesville. The Raiders
scored early in the game on a nice punt return by Lunning. The rest of the game was
a defensive battle with most of the playing being done mid-field, with the final score
6-0. The game was marred by frequent showers for the first three quarters. The
entire last quarter was played in a steady dofwnpour.
After being handed their only conference setback of the season by a highly spirited
New Richland team, 6-0, the Raiders played host to Freeborn. In the first half the
Raiders were down by 7-0, but in the second half they came back strong to score three
quick touchdowns and won 20-7.
Ellendale won its last home game of the season by defeating a strong Emmons
team, 12-6. In the final game of the season the Raiders defeated Blooming Prairie.
This was a hard played game, with neither team scoring until the last play of the
game when Dale Cromwell carried the ball o'ver for Ellendale. Ross Anderson made
good the try for the extra point, making it 7-0. Thus ended a successful season for
Coach Olson and his team as they were tied with Janesville for the championship.
'I'he following members of this year's squad will graduate: Bruce Mclntyre, Ronald
Christensen, Olai Underland, Dale Cromwell, Seth Craabtree, Roger Jackson, Rudolph
Anderson, Marvin Folkestad and Ross Anderson.
Those earning letters in football this year were: Paul Connor, Phillip Olson, Ken
Lunning, Duane Carlson, Bruce McIntyre, Ronald Christensen, Olai Underland, Dale
Cromwell, Seth Crabtree, Robert Humburg, Roger Jackson, Ross Anderson, Marvin
Folkestad, Roger Sward, Gene Cornelius, Gary Underland and Rudolph Anderson.
Basketball . . .
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First Row: Coach Olson, Wayne Wodrich, Robert I-Iumburg, Ralph Randall, Ross
Anderson, Clarence Eggers, Allan Berg, Wyman Jensen. Second Row: Kenneth
Lunning, Marvin Folkestad, James Grunwald, Donald Jensen, Duane Willert, Seth
Crabtree, Rudolph Anderson, Larry Olson.
First Row: Coach Olson, Elton Ehlert, Orville Langlie, Marlyn Grunwald, Amold
l-lalversen, Donly Cromwell, Paul Toft, Eugene Comelius, Quentin Knudsen. Second
Row: Edward Anderson, Wayne Wodrich, Odean Vangen, Bruce Jensen, Roger Mickel-
son, Morris Shaw, Warren Larson, Leo Zeman, James Vangen, Gary Hanson, Wyman
Jensen, Wayne Brooker.
Basketball . . .
On November 7, 1950, Ellendale High School started its 50-51 basketball season
with 25 players trying out for the team. There were only three lettermen back from
last season and they were Ross Anderson, Clarence Eggers, and Allan Berg.
During the weeks of practice that followed, Gene Olson molded this group of boys
into a fine high-spirited basketball squad. As the firs-t game drew near, Ellendale
looked as if they would 'have a winning squad. The first few games showed that this
prediction might come true.
The next few games were lost, but then Ellendale came back very strong toward
the end of the season. Ellendale stood out well offensively by scoring 810 points to
the opponents 674. Ellendale will lose two of its best scorers and team men when
Ross and Clarence graduate this year.
Though we didn't win the championship this year, Ellendale has one thing to be
proud of, and that is their fine sportsmanship. The sportsmanship of the players and
fans was of the highest caliber during the entire basketball season.
52 ............. .......... R. ose Creek 41
44 ...... .........,............. W aseca 43
41 ...... ..... B looming Prairie 39
34 ...... ....... N ew Richland 30 '
36 ..... ............. Fr eeborn 37
37 ...... ....... E mmons 49
40 ...... .... M edford 31
59 ...... .......... A lden 43
44 ...... ............ J anesville 39
61 ...... ................. Fr eeborn 54
48 ...... ..... B looming Prairie 85
47 ...... .............. Ermn ons 64
56 ...... ....... N ew Richland 51
67 ...... ........... M edford 40
59 ...... .......... A lden 36
43 . ..... ..... J anesville 63
41 ...... ..... CB looming Prairie 59
Baseball . . .
Gopher Conference Champions
After several hard weeks of rpractice, Gene Olson's Raiders traveled to Alden for
their first game of the season. Despite playing in the rain, cold and wind, Ellendale
scored its first win of the season. Bruce McIntyre pitched an excellent game for his
first start of the season.
The Raiders traveled to Emmons for their second giame. Behind the pitching
of Berg and Cromwell, and great support from -the field, Ellendale scored its second
win of the season, 11-3.
Ellendale gained its third consecutive victory by defeating Janesville, 9-3, behind
the excellent pitching of Bruce McIntyre. It was well played by both teams through-
out the entire game.
Ellendale scored its first win at home by defeating a strong New Richland team.
Bruce again held the Cardinals to a minimum of hits. The score ended 8-1.
The Red Raiders traveled to Northfield for the Carleton tournament. Their
first game was with Henderson, which Ellendale lost by a score of 4-3. It was Ellen-
dale's only loss of the season.
Ellendale played its second game at home against a strong Freeborn team. But
with the boys out there fightin-g all the way, Ellendale was again victorious in another
well played game, 9-4.
The game with Blooming Prairie was cancelled because of rain. Owatonna and
Medford games were also rained out.
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