Ellsworth High School - Hub Yearbook (Ellsworth, WI)

 - Class of 1954

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LEE ANDERSON "The half has not been told," Photo 2, 3 Hobby 1, 2 Track 1, 2 Press 3 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Baseball 1, 2 Student Councig 1, 3 Volleyball 3,4 "E" Club 3,4 LARRY BAUER "When it comes to candy, he likes Kanes, " Holy Cross Sem. 2 Football 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2 Baseball 1, 2 Track 1 Photo 2, 3, 4 F. F. A. 1 M -I A V 6 Q C 'P 9 llzri EVONNE BEASTROM "A sweeter miss, you will never find." Glee Club 1, 2,4 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Band 3,4 F.l-l.A. l,2,3,4 Press Club 4 Strut 8a Fret 3,4 Library 3,4 Piano solo 1, 2, 3,4 MARY BUCK "A diamond is a girl's best friend, " Glee Club 2 Mixed Chorus 4 Annual 3,4 Press 3,4 Library 3, 4 G. A.A. 3,4 Junior Red Cross 4 F. H.A. 4 Strut and Fret 3,4 Dance 1, 2 X, DONNA BOSTRUM "A still, small voice, " Glee Club 1 Mixed Chorus 4 Ir, Red Cross 4 Strut 8L Fret 3,4 F,H,A. 1,2,3,4 EARL BUTLER "A handy man at all times, " Press 3,4 Photo 1, 2, 3 Dance 1, 2 Political 2, 3,4 Volleyball 1, 2, 3,4 Basketball 1, 2 Football 1, 2, 3,4 "E" Club 4 Annual 3,4 'Q ROCHELLE DOPKINS "She hath heard the chimes of midnight." Glee Club 1, 2 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Band 1, Press 3 Cheerleader 1, 2:3,4 Dance 1, 2 Photo 4, F, H. A. 1, 2 Annual 4gClassPlay 4 Student Council 1,2,3,4 Homecoming Queen 4 Snow Ball Attendant 2 Strut 84 Fret 3,4 LOIS EATON "One who travels the world , and sows it thick with friendships, " Band 2,3,4gPress 1,2,4 Dance 2, Photo 3 Annual 3, 4 Editor 4 Student Council 3, 4 Glee Club 2,G,A.A. 3,4 Strut 82 Fret 3,4 Library 4, Political 4 Jr. Red Cross 4 Homecoming att, 4 Class Play 4 7 Q. IOANNE EASTMAN "She's here,I can hear her gum." St, Paul Central High School 1, 2, 3 Bridge 2,35 Pep 1, 2 G. A. A, 1,2: Ski 2, 3 Library 4 Jr. Red Cross 2, 3 Press 45 F. H.A. 4 Strut 84 Fret 4 Cheerleader 4 Homecoming att. 4 Annual 4 RICHARD FETZER "A young man who blushes, is better than one who turns pale. " Football 2 Basketball 2 Baseball 2 Track 2 F. F. A. 1, 2 Photo 4 BEVERLY BYSTROM "I chatter as I go, and I go on forever." JOE DAHLBY "The fellow all fellows should be like." Football 1, 2, 3,4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1 Track 1, 2, 3,4 "E" Club 3,4 Photo 2,35 Hobby 1 Homecoming King 4 IOANNE CROWNHART "With her ability, suc- cess hasan easy path." Badger Girls' State 3 Forensics 1,4 Class Play 3,4 Band 1,4 Trom. Solo 3,4 Chorus 3, Glee Club 1 Strut St lret 3,4,0ff. 3 Jr, Red Cross Off 4 FHA Off. 4gAnnuaI 3,4 Press Off 4, Photo 3, 4 St, Coun, 4, Libr, 2,4 SHIRLEY DEISS "This lady loves to dance." Dance 1, 2, Photo 3 G. A.A. 3,4: Class play 4 F,H,A, 1, 2,4 Library 2, 4 Glee Club 1, 2 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Press 3,4gForensics 3,4 Strut 81 Fret 3,4 ,, at i ww DOROTHY FLYNN "What's life without love?" Red Wing 1, 2 Library 4 Press 4 Annual 4 F. H. A. 4 Strut 85 Fret 3,4 ROY GOZTMAN "A favorite around town, never lets a worry get him down, " Football 1, 2, 3,4 Baseball 1, 2,3,4 Basketball 1, 2,3,4 F.F.A. 1 "E" Club 3,4 Mixed Chorus 2 Dance 2 mi JOHN GLUMSKE "What he wants most to get out of school is himself." Photo 1, 2, 3,4 Class Play 3 OUINTON HARDING "Romeo, Romeo, where art thou?" Photo 1, 2,3,4 Baseball 1,2 Basketball 1, 2 Track 1, 2 Dance 1, 2 Hobby l -...W , t VERA HANSON "Thou art too serious by far, " F. H. A. 1, 2, 3,4 Strut 8a Fret 3,4 Dance 1 BEVERLY HINCK "A true Bay Citian, " Dance 1 Girls Glee Club 1,2 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Strut 8a Fret 3,4 F. H. A. 1, 2 Sno-Ball Queen 4 Library 3 LESTER HEISE "From the farm, he will never stray," F. F. A. 1, 2, 3,4 Band 2,4 Mixed Chorus 4 Boys Chorus 4 Photo 4 GERALDINE HINES "She never frowns, she never signs, her rare good nature never dies." F. H. A. 1, 2,4 Press 4 Dance 1, 2 Annual 4 G. A. A. 4 Strut 81 Fret 3,4 Library 3,4 DONALD HOVE "See the U,S.A, - in your chevrolet, " MARLIN HUPPERT "Why use one word, when ten will do just as well?" Football 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3,4 Track 1, 2,3,4 Dance 1, 2, Press 1, 2, 3 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2 "E" Club 3,4 Annual 3, 4 Class Play 3,4 Student Council 3 ELDON HUBER "What's study hall for, if not to monkey a- round in?" Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 "E" Club 3,4 Dance 1, 2 Track 1 Baseball 1 Basketball Mgr. 1, 2 HELEN JACOBSON "Few are her words, many are her deeds. " F,HjA, 1,2,3,4 Library 3,4 rn JACK HINES "When I did well, I heard never: When I did ill, lheard ever." Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2,3,4 Track 1, 2,3,4 Baseball 1, 2,3, 4 Dance 1, 2, F, F. A 1 Press 3,4, Annual 3,4 Student Council 4 Ir, Red Cross 1 "E" Club 3,4 Political 1,2 RICHARD HOOPS "It's a good thing Twirp Season co m e s but once a year." Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Baseball 1, 2 Track Photo Hobby LEROY HINES "Such might," he said, "if one could read his mind." F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 WARREN HORTENBACH "Woman hater?" Football 1, 2, 3,4 Baseball 1, 2, 3,4 Track 1, 2, 3,4 Basketball 1,2 "E" Club 3,4 Hobby 1 Dance 2 Photo 1 Homecoming Att. 4 Badger Boys' State 3 ELFRIEDA IANISCH "Ifsilence is gold, I'm broke. " F. H. A. 1, 4 Dance 1, 2 Press 4 Annual 4 Strut SL Fret Glee Club 1, 2,3 Class Play 4 G. A. A. 4 GORDON JOHNSON "Sometimes I sit and think, most of the time, I just sit. " Band 2, 3, 4 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3 JACK IELEN "All the worldis queer, save thee and me, and even you are gettinga little queer, " Boys Chorus 3,4 Dance 1, 2 Library 3 Annual 3, 4 Baseball 3,4 Volley Ball 3,4 Track 3,4 "E" Club 4 Mixed Chorus 3, 4 JOHN JUNKMAN "Trapper John, " f PRISCILLA KINS "Is she a Swede or merely a Norman," Glee Club 1 Band 2, 3,4gF, H. A, 1, 2 Dance 1, 2gG. A. A. 3, 4 Photo 3,4g Annual 4 Strut 8a Fret 3,4 Jr, Red Cross 4 Class officer 1 Homecoming att, 2 Prom att, 3 Library 4 Class Play 4 BARBARA KLINGENSMITH "If this diamond isn't real, he'sout 1Ocents, " Glee Club 1, 2 Annual 3, 4 Strut 86 Fret Press 2, 3 Dance 1, 2 Library 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3 'A S3 MAX MCDONNELL "Holy Moses! " Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 F. F A. 1, 2 Dance 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2 DIANA MOORE "Oh, that little boy, Blue! " Red Wing High 1, 2 Mixed Chorus 3, 4 Glee Club 4 Annual 4 G. A. A. 4 Strut 84 Fret 4 Photo 4 Press 4 vs DARREL McGILLES "Caesar wa s sho r t, Napoleon was sh o r t, and I'm not so tall my- self, " Basketball 1, 2, 3,4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3 Annual 3,4 Dance 1, 2 "E" Club 3,4 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Boys Chorus 3,4 ESTELLE MORRISON "This great big world frightens me, " Strut 82 Fret 3, 4 Glee Club 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 4 F. H. A. 3, 4 Dance 1, 2 NORMAN KNUDSEN "He's a hunter - - women are his game. " Football 1, 2, 3,4 Basketball 1, 2 Baseball 1, 2 Track 1, Photo 1, 2 Hobby 1 "E" Club 3,4 Dance 1, 2 Student Council 3, 4 Class Play 3 Prom att. 3 GARY LEONARD "To know him is to like him." Football 2, 3,4 Basketball 2 Volleyball 3 Track 2, 3 Photo 1, 2, 3 "E" Club 3,4 Baseball 2 MALCOLM LANGER "I regret that l have but one life to give to the football field." Football 1, 2, 3,4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Baseball 1, 3,4 Track 1, Photo 1 Prom King 3 Student Council 4 Class Play 3,4 Dance 2, Annual 4 BARBARA LINDER "Agreeable and full of fun, " Strut 82 Fret 3,4 Annual 3,4 G. A. A. 2, 3,4 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 Press 2,4 Jr, Red Cross 2 Glee Club 1, 2 Library 2, 3,4 "' G3 I DOUGLAS MOUNTAIN "He digs for knowledge like a mole," Football 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3,4 Baseball 1, 2 Badger Boys State 3 "E" Club 3,4 Dance 1, 2 Homecoming Att, 4 MELVA OLSON "Oh those "legs" Glee Club 1 Dance 1, 2, Photo 3 Student Council 3 Jr. Red Cross 2,4' Strut 82 Fret 3,4 Political 4 F. H. A. 2, 3, 4 Library 2, 3,4 Annual 3,4 Press 3, 4 Sno-Ball Att, 3 Band 2, G. A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 JANET OLSON "Oh, Johnny my boy, oh Johnny my boy! " Glee Club 1, 2 Mixed Chorus 3, 4 Strut 82 Fret 3, 4 P. H. A. 1, 2 Dance 1 Library 3 DONALD PETERSON "Eat, drink and be merry," Football 2, 3 Basketball 2, 3 Track 2,3 Photo 4 F, F. A. 1, 2 :TWH 'l LEONARD PLACE "Greater men than I have lived, but all of them have died, " Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Photo 3g F. F. A. 1, 2 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Boys Chorus 3, 4 'E" Club 3,4 RONALD RAEHSLER "No adjective can rightfully describe him." Football 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1, 2 "E" Club 3,4 Baseball 1, 2 Track 1, 2 F. F. A. 1 Dance 1, 2 Class Play 3 Hobby 1 Pl-IYLLIS PRICHARD "Ful1 of pep, happy and gay." F. H. A. 1, 2, 3,4 Glee Club 2 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Strut 82 Fret 3,4 Annual 4 Band 3,4 NORVEL RADKE "Here's one man who is not after every woman's heart, " Football 1, 2, 3,4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3 "E" Club 3,4 Track 1,2,3 Dance 1, 2 Photo 1, 2 9 1 ELAINE SCHRIMPF "Art thou gentle and demure? Or do thy eyes belie thee?" Dance 1, 2 F. H. A. 1, 4 Annual 3 Glee Club 3 Mixed Chorus 4 Forensics 3,4 CLYDE SMITH "Life without Dianne would be no life at all, " Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3,4 Jr. Red Cross 1 "E" Club 3,4 Homecoming att, 2 Annual 3, 4 Class Play 3,4 Dance 1,2 7 Efi:,, 2.j-5' fffffii? E 115' ge- V EDWIN SKOG "If there isn't anything to dog then let me do it, " F. F.A. 3 Photo 1 JANICE SMITH "Conversation teaches more than meditation," Curtis Campaign 3,4 Strut 8a Fret 3,4 Jr. Red Cross 2,4 Library 1, 2, 3, 4 Political 4 G. A.A. 1, 2,3,4 Glee Club 1, 2 Class Play 3 Annual 3,4 Press 2,3,4 LYNN RADKEY "Happy as a lark, en- joys herself both day- time and dark, " Jr. Red Cross 2,4 Prom Queen 3 Cheerleader 3,4 Political 3,4 Press 3, Dance 1 Strut St Ftet 3,4 Class Play 3 Student Council 4 F. H. A. 1, 2 G. A. A. 3, 4 Library 2. 3, 4 MYRTLE SARNSTROM "B1est with plain reason and sober sense." F. H. A. 1, 2,3,4 Glee Club 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 4 Library 4 Strut 81 Fret 4 Annual 4 BRUCE RUKA "A quiet man-- he doesn't snore in class, " EUGENE SCHOMMER "Twelve years with the wrong teachers," Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3,4 Political 3, 4 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3 Class Play 3 Dance 1, 2 Sno-Ball att, 2 Jr, Red Cross 1 RICHARD STAFFORD "Patty cake, PSUY cake, Hovde's man." Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 3,4 Baseball 1, 3,4 Band 23 Forensics 1 Class Play 3, 4 Homecoming att. 3 Political 3,4 Annual 3,4, Dance Student Council 4 NORMA STOCKWELL "Hear that healthy laugh? That's Norma, " Mixed Chorus 3,4 Glee Club 1, 2 Photo 2,3 Jr, Red Cross 4 Library 1,2, 3,4 Annual 3,4 F.H.A. 1,2,4 G.A.A. 2,3,4 Q , . , -"' nl t fff. Qu JOANNE STELLJES "l have a voice, but why wear it out?" G.A.A. 3 F. H, A, 2, 3,4 Strut ci Fret 3,4 Glee Club 2 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Library 4 Annual 4 Nerth St, Paul 1 MARY ANN STGETZEL "I love not man-- he is too simple." Student Council 3 Glee Club 1,2 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Dance 1,25 F.H A, 4 Library 2,3,4 Ir. Red Cross 4 Press 3,4 Editor Strut 81 Fret 3,4 Annual 3,4 .. , C- ,..,,i....l4L fm 1 L V f C37 4' , 5 ARLYN SWANSON "Foot loose and fancy free, " Football 1, 2 Manager 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3,4 "E" Club 3,4 KAREN- TEICHMANN "Hills are nice, but Cliffs are better." Press 1,2,3,4 Library 1,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Glee Club 1 Dance lg Annual 3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,-l Forensics 2,3,-1 Photo 3,4 lr, Red Cross 4 Strut 84 Fret 3,4 GLORIA SWAN SON "Give me time and l'll grow up, " Band 2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Press 1, 2, 3,4 Library 2, 3,4 G. A A 2 Annual 3,4 Strut 86 Fret 3,4 F.H.A. 1,2,4 Dance 2 DONA LD WESTFIELD "Man delights me not, no nor woman eitherj F,F,A, i,2,:a Photo 4 1'-1' 4 vm 24.55 W,-r Q QQ Ku CARMEN WILKENS A quiet nature and a steadfast friend. " class IIIOWGI2 class CGIGRS BLUE A ND SILVER ARDELLE WESTLEY "There was a faraway look in her eyes. She was looking at her feet. " F. H. A. 1, 2, 4 Strut 82 Fret 3 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4 Dance 3 Photo 4 DELORES WIDER "Divinely tall, divine- ly fair. " F. H. A. 1, 2, 3,4 Strut 8a Fret 3,4 Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4 Glee Club 1, 2 MARK WIBERG "After they made me, they threw away the mold." Football 1, 2, 3,4 Basketball 1, 2, 3,4 Track 3,4 Dance 1,2 "E" Club 2,3,4 Student Council 2 Class Play 3 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,4 Boys Chorus 3,4 Annual 3 THOMAS WIFF "Swivel hips, Wiff." Football 1, 2,3,4 Basketball 1, 2 Track 2,3 "E" Club 3,4 F. F. A. Basketball 2,3 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3,4 Student Council 4 Band 1, 2,3,4 buff class m01T1TO WE ARE O VE R THE HILLS, THE MOUNTAINS LIE AHEAD. SGH ICI2 h ISIOR August 28 1950 was an excltmg but adventurous day for one hundred and SIX green freshman We were very much puzzled by the overwhelmlng advmtures whlch went wxth that f1rst day of lugher learmng tn E H S For our class offlcers we elected Pr1sc1l1a KIDS Pres Mark Wlberg, V Pres Jean Nelson Sec Max Langer Treas Our class advisors were Mrs Porath Mtss R1tch1e and Mr Wall More famlhar wrth school BCUVIIICS as Sophomores we elected Clyde Sm1th Pres D1ck Stafford V Pres Lynn Radkey Sec Karen Te1chmann Treas We were well represented at all soc1al funcuons Royalty was Pr1sc1l1a Kms and Clyde Sm1th at Homecommg and Gene Schom mer at the Semor Sno Ball. Our advlsors were M1ss F1scher Mr Ruhsam and M1ss R1tch1e Our J un1or year proved most busy We elected as class offlcers Max Langer Pres Norman Knudsen V Pres Lots Eaton Sec Melva Olson Treas Our class play enutled Arsemc and Old Lace was well attended We decorated the gym for the Prom to the theme of Moonlight and Roses Kmg Max Langer and Queen Lynn Radkey relgned over the fesuve occasxon Norman Knudsen and Pr1sc1l1a Kms were thear attendents Our helpful advxsors were Mr Vergm M1ss RlICh1C Mr Ruhsam Mr W1ckman We began our last year at E H S by electmg Joel Dahlby Pres Mark W1be g V Pres Darrell MCGIIJJS Sec 8a Treas We were well represented at Homeconung as the Royalty con SISIQ of all Sen1ors Queen Rochelle Dopkms and Kmg Joel Dahlby were attended by Lo1s Eaton, Warme Hortenbach JoAnne Eastmen and Doug Mountam Our class play was Mystery of Crazy Canyon Ranch ' Asoclal event sponsored by our class was fhe Semor Sno Ball. Our were Mr Pxddmgton M1ss R1ICh1e, Mr Wrckman and Mr Ruhsam :at class our class of 54 1 0 Q Q 1 1 1 . . 1 1 a 1 1 o 1 1 1 e n 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 n . - ' 1 a 1 1 1 1 1 u . . U . r - I c c 1 a OO ll ' , . ,, . . . . u 1 u Q 1 1 n 1 u a . . Y a n 1 n 1 -, - . 1 o u ' Q . . .4 n 9 0 , . . - ' . s r o 1 o 1 nonuunpoqouonpa-1-1 ensue an. can Q class poem Twas the nrght before C ommencement And all through the towm The semors were struggllng Each to don cap and gown The fathers were anxrous The grandmas were too The n'others just srghed And felt sort of blue The gurls lookrng solemn The boys lookrng proud They march tn formatron And parade for the crowd Let s s1t and admtre the A As they pass by our seat For these frfty fourers Are hard ones to beat Bert Aaby never feels better Than when he s readrng Edlth s ast letter Lee Anderson quret and shy But out of school My Oh My Clark Batho a genrus IS he To JoAnne Eastman true he wrll ever Larry Bauer a dream man of glrls Has Audrey Kane s heart rn a whrrl Evonne Beastrom so pretty and sweet Is the kmd of gtrl we all lrke to meet Donna Bostrom so reserved and tall Is one who wrll be remembered by all Mary Buck ts blond and dashlng What' Is that a dtamond she s flashrng Fun comes frrst study last Earl Butler holds hrs motto fast Joanne Crownhart a studrous lass Is a credrt to our semor class Joel Dahlby IS good and calm He s got athletrcs rn hrs palm Love em and leave em rrngs out the cry Of Shrrley Derss as each boy goes by Rochelle Dopkrns, sweet as can be, Says "Wayne Anderson" rs the guy for me Courtesy Of WIBERG'S FEDERATED STORE v , - I ,L ' ' V . 1 X I 4- I , . 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' M , ' s A eff 13- X ff.,A1f z 4 z P X a V' X I ' uv ' I 1 .54 1 I I I I ' u h ' s ' be, I I I , . , I I l A D I . , . 7 I I I I 1 1 . - I JoAnn Eastman not bright as the sun But a master rn the art of chewing gum Lors Eaton a swell lrttle gal To everyone rn E H S rs a great pal Drck Fetzer so short and quiet Has never been known to cause a rrot Dorothy Flynn a friendly miss Is very used to a good night krss John Glumske doesn t abide by the rule He will rnsrst upon skipping school Roy Gotzman s brow rsn t lrned from worry School work can be late there s no hurry Ournton Harding a breaker of hearts This rs one of hrs manly arts Vera Hanson s winning manners and sweet ace Wrll win her friends rn any place Lester Herse unmoved by smile or curls He pays attention but not to grrls Beverly Hrnck our Sno Ball Queen Wrth a smrle rs always seen She s never afraid to speak her rnrnd Jack Hines happy and gay Really has fun down Esdarle way Leroy Hines rs quret and shy But we all thrnk he rs a pretty nrce guy In school day Dick Hoops was quiet but et He s one of our Seniors we cannot forget Look Warren Hortenbach over he s some a Always happy and never sad Don llove rn hrs Chevre passes by He never leaves Mera home to cry Eldon Huber with hrs lot content Would rather be a farmer than president lxlarlrn lluppert a wonderful wrt Is always known to prrt rn hrs brt Courtesx of LAINE HOTEL, DR, HJSMO EC,KERSbHOE SHOP and the BIIN lRAlxKLIIN I I 0 . , . D - - - f l Geraldine Hines is admired by all mankind, A ' " Y . , ' l dy 4, Z V - 1 . 1 4 n - ' 1 ' r V Helen Jacobson rsn t much to srng But she s pretty good tn bookkeeptng Elfretda Jantsch a vtvacrous lass She lS the gtggles of our class Jack Ielen never talks back But wart trll he gets rn hrs Pontlac Gordon Johnson wtll always gtve A gal a rrde rn hrs trusty Chev Who s that wolf so handsome and tall Oh that s John lunkman comrng down the hall Matt Klaas qurte a lad We are certam he won t turn out had Prrscrlla Ktns a prrde of our school Always abtdes by the golden rule John Klecker never has to worry Barbara Kltngensmrth works down the street The customers thrnk she s mrghty sweet Norman Knudsen that handsome guy Has made many a Red Wrng gtrl stgh Max Langer lS a wonderful guy Thrnk many gtrls wtth gleams rn therr eyes Gary Leonard rs not very tall But we d rather have htm short than not at a Barbara Ltnder rs a busy gal To everyone she ts a pal Max MacDonald IS not a rule breaker But sometlmes a mtschlef maker Known as the shetk of Ellsworth Hugh Is Darry McG1lles a wonderful guy Dranna Moore knows a certarn boy And when she sees htm she jumps wrth joy Estelle Morrrson who lS always merry Wtll prove to be a grand secretary Douglas Mountarn the studtous type He has never been known to grrpe Courtesy of RILEY 5 CLOTHES SHOP St MILTON THOMS . , , I . . , . . U He just says, "What's the hurry?" I ' I . U ' ' ll, . . t Janet Olson hapuy and gay Really has fun down Bay Crty way Melva Olson has many romances Is always seen at the Ellsworth dances Don Peterson wrth dark eyes flashtng l-lrs lover from Elmwood IS really dashtng Leonard Place the tease of our class Has hrs eye on a certam Sprrng Valley lass Phyllrs Prrchard rs amusrng But sometrmes also qurte confusrng Ronald Raehsler rs qurte chatty About geography he s just batty Norvel Radkey rs defmrtely not lazy But rn h1s school work ts somewhat hazy Lynn Radkey shtmng and sweet Wrthout Marltn l-luppert you never do meet Bruce Ruka rs always sleeptng But atlunch ume ts he leapmg' Myrtle Sarnstrom IS always so polrte To all of us she rs a welcome slght When behrnd the wheel of a car Elame Schrtmpf lxkes to roller skate, But IS never seen to be out late How deep rs the ocean how hrgh rs the sky Ed Skog wrll know before he leaves Ellsworth Hrgh A wonderful guy IS Clyde Smrth Everyone thtnks he s nrce to be wtth Jantce Smlth an ambrtrous glrl Has Rrchard Bennett rn a whrrl Dtck Stafford says To worry rs folly So let us all grln and be Jolly Joanne Stelljes seems so calm and dlgnlfled But love for fun she doesn thrde Norma Stockwell a mrghty sweet grrl llas many a many a fellow s heart ln a swrrl Courtesy of JOHN T LOWE ELEVATOR I VA I . D . . . i l ' D D Eugene Schommer will go far, . y . . . . . ' I H A nl s A t I f , . . v . V ' Q19 g Wt X we lows f 1 Q 1.L6df Mary Ann Stoetzel is very jolly, O . 2 22, She's smart too, by golly, Arlyn Swanson known as "Bud", Went out of high school with a thud. Gloria Swanson has a time with her horn, From those hours of practice she'll never be torn, X Karen Teichman, the bell ofthe ball, , Finds her man in the city of St, Paul, Donald Westfield another senior is A pleasant personality is his Ardelle Westly who never a dance is missin Does her best during intermission Mark Wilberg plays a great big game And we are proud ofhis fame Delores Wider slim and shy We hope she gets that certain guy Tom W ff lives on a farm But that doesn t do Betty any harm Carmen Wilkens so smiling and gay Everyone likes her jovial way Now aren t you glad you stayed for the show'7 So give them a send off before they all go Out in wide world to sink or to swim Oh there s Mr Piddington a big cheer for him' These fifty fourers are really some stuff Just to wish them the best is scarcely enough But anyway here s to your very best luck And, to you success for you ve plenty of pluck I v 'I 6 D I 1 JD f of LX V kb -f L lj xl Courtesy of ELl CXNORTH ROZEIN FOOD LOCKER 431. 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'XL t V 1 i K ,' ,. fc 1 ' Z ,t V V ' class DRGDHGCY This is your life Class of 1954 Just as we are able to look back upon our good school days we are able to look into the future Wlth the magic and imagination of youth we are tran sported 1nto a New York television studio in the year 1964 The host of the famed program THIS IS YOUR LIFE will salute the Ellsworth HIQI School class of 54 tonight Let s look in on some of our old friends Immediately we remember many of our classmates There s Les Heise back stage doing a superb Job as hghting and sound engineer In all the hustle and bustle we see many of our old pals There s Bert Aaby still minus h1s class ring After ten years he still hasn t mustered enough courage to pop the big question even though he has a part time Job as manager of the Ernest Helrner farm in Beldenvtlle What's all the clamor about? Oh of course it s Miss Crownhart the leading lady of the theatrical world Witt her are many members of her supporting cast We recognize a few of them, way We have a feeling it s going to be a mighty fine program tonight The famous public speaker and authority on etiquette Miss Schrimpf will also be here Another celebrity Joel Dahlby who's Just broken three Olympic records will be displaying h1s physique to his many admlrers His companion Doug Mountain recently broke a collegiate record for the mile run and will fly in on a hellcopter invented by that ingenious Clark Batho Mr Batho is now head professor of science and criminology at the E1.nstem Conservatory Donnie Hove his lovely wife Mera and their new baby the tenth incidentally are among the famous celebrities scheduled to be present this evening Mr Hove has become a multi milllonaxre Courtesy of LORD ABSTRACT There is Elfrieda Janisch and Shirley Deiss. They've been playing bit parts in and around Broad- owner of one ot one AITISFICH s largest automobtle corporanons the Hove Ford Company Am1d great cheermg and a few boos we see the BCIIVC and youthful Senator Stafford entermg upon the shoulders of h1S loyalsupporters HIS latest b1ll for extended a1ds for farmers and hard ware dealers was a great lmprovement MISS Evonne Beastrom has just returned froma recent tour of the West Coast and IS warmly recelved as she warms up for her f1rst U1 a ser1es of DIBDO concerts Aah yes the entertamment IS of the best Marhe Huppert s famous troupe of chorus g1rls w111 perform for us ID a ShOll wh11e Lynn Radkey IS the head chorus g1r1 and members of the troupe are Pr1sc11la Kms Melva Although we have seen many of our old acquarntances at the telev1s1on stud1o there were many of the class of 54 we have not seen Many were unable to attend because of the1r work or fam111es Mary Ann Stoetzel ex edltor of the PANTHER S PRINT IS now ed1tor 1n Ch1ef of the BELDENVILLE RAG As we scan the headhnes and SOCICIY pages we recogmze a number of fam1l1ar names Lee Anderson and Swede Knudsen are owners and operators of the Bachelor s Club a very EXCILISIVC SOCIHY for very eluslve males at Red Wmg lncase you d hketo call on them they are located r1ght across from M1ss JoanneEastman s school of charm for g1rls Formerly of Hager, she IS also a famous author whose last book was enntled How to Catch a Man Courtesy of RED 85 WHITE Olson, Karen Teichmann, Janet Olson, Bev Hinck, Geraldine Hines, and Delores Wider. ,wud jwdlfiff .Q wwf wgijjjfm MQ, MJ,,,,0Q4LWZ,f,,a,f2fA,Uj jf, K ff! JJAJJD X Q 7 fffbuotj ,UXJ-'Q-ifi!0J02 af fayf dxf, kj XJ -AJ VCX' April! QW U1 4 Aff! fflxj J.-gk! !J1!f'f!Mv .J ,AJ EQ-'V 4' 'I 9 I f x , Q' . All , I , .GJD- , l Q ' ' . U I K K 0 'A ' ' X JZAMQ W Qfj-UM K LU, U21-QQQ N QXCZJW 1 A 1' ' f - V' J' , ,f J - A ' I ' ' 'f ,- , A f' 'ff ' J DW Wt f'fff17Q 400 . , fe . M1 flfdf cw! Many of our more studious stu ents are now teaching in various colleg all over t e country. V82 Edwin Skog is theassistant to Don Westfield who is the head professor of agriculture at the Univer sity of Wisconsin Jan1ceSm1th is teaching math along side her rural school teacher husband Her brother Clyde IS the caretaker of Halls H111 Eugene Schommer is working with Clyde except on a different detail It seems it sthe Ames lot that s gaming his attention On Saturday nights Clyde and Eugme with many other grads are seen tripping the light fantastic at Hortenbach s Pavilion in Bay City Warren Hortenbach has done a magnificent Job at the popular ballroom. Only last week Tommy Wiff and h.1S B J orchestra completed a six month engagement as Warren s music makers Their drummer IS the former EHS student Gordon Johnson Many were attracted to the dances some as far away as the metropolis of Beldenvllle Mary Buck has settled down and is raising httle teabags or is it Teeburgs'7 Larry Bauer has also settled down and IS raising of all things sugar kanel I Ronnie Raehsler has anything but settled down Last year he was pro claimed the national practical Joker of the year and it s a good bet hell be nominated again this year Red Place is happily situated in Spring Valley and Don Peterson equally contented in Elm wood Mark Wiberg is the sought after 1nternat1onal playboy After makmg his first million directing Shakespearian plays he thought it was time to have fun Many classmates are following in the footsteps of their parents J ack J elen is a leading pharmacist in West Ellsworth Max Langer andlohn Klecker have merged their trucking companies and a very successful corporation has been formed Dick Hoops is the national president ot the Blushing Babes and Boys Club, Among the many gulf. :J AU.Uf'G J lf'f.1.?1 , . , f r w 1 J - J M'MV,f" infra -'I A lip 1 be ' I SV .' X V: N . ,, A I k 'V I ,. - U' , if k L . -jf T 1 ,v L T L xi , L IW 1 4 W V , ' , Y, - Courtesy of: DRUD1NG's GROCERY ,, 8a DEISS 8: NUGENT MILL members of thts exclustve club are Lo1s Eaton Donna Bostrom Dxck Fetzer and Gary Leonard Glorta Swanson has long deslred membershtp 1n the Tall Gal s Club but they stxll UISISI an addtttonal two feet IS necessary for a charter membershtp lnch by mch Glorta 1S begtnntng to reahze th1s l1fe long ambmon Oh yes and she fmally caught a man Earl Butler LS a strong contender for the utle of best shr1mp raxser H1 the Un1ted States The ultra successful cafe located on the Ellsworth R1ver1a 15 owned and operated by Mrs Tommy Holmes nee Bev Bystrom and Mlss Barbara Kltngensmtth Phyllts Pr1chard and Jo Anne Stellges are the chefs Helen Jacobsen IS the pastry baker and the head wartresses are Iworma Stockwell Dorothy Flynn and D1anna Moore who st11l has the Blues Rochelle Dopkms recent marrlage to a Mr Anderson 1sn t tnterferrmg w1th her outstandtng work tn the cosmeuc c1rcles Her Ra Chelle Beauty Salon 15 known far and wtde Barbara Ltnder ts the owner and operator of the excluslve taxt servlce tn El Paso Norvel Radke as the pttcher for the Ellsworth Dxrty Sox won hrs place tn the Baseball Hall of Fame re cently Arlyn Swanson was gxven the honor of belng named the best waterboy of all ume Darrel Mc G11les has acquxred the d1st1nct1on of betng the shortest member of the Laker Basketball team Bruce Ruka the Presldent of the Hot Rodsof Amerxca Assoclatlon raced at the Indxanapolls Race way and was the four ume wmner Vera Hanson Myrtle Sarnstrom Estelle MOFFISOH and Carmen Wtlkens have formed the Quxet Quartet and are bemg drawn out of thls soctety by Ardelle Westley who IS absolutely agatnst any such orgamzatlon Courtesy of FULLERTON LUMBER CO. KENALL HARDWARE FELLMAN BAKERY 8a STEINER BROTHERS GROCERY v 1 1 . 0 ' . , . ' . . . . . , o n 1 . . , . . , . . . . . 0 n . Q u . v I ' . v v 4 - I I . John Glumske and Roy Gotzman have formed a dehghtful duo and are SIl11S1ng1I1g the1r favorlte On Top of Old Smoky Matthew Klaes has reahzed a 11fe long amb1t1on to become a mag1c1an HIS ZSSISIBHI IS that rehable Max Mc Donnell John Junkman can be seen seemg the town wxth hlS Bay C1ty doll Jack and LeRoy HIIICS the 1nseparab1e coustns have settled down to farmmg after marrymg Bay C1ty gxrls Eldon Huber IS football coach at the Un1vers1ty of Southern Ca11forn1a A mov1e based on h1S 11fe IS to be released shortly It seems th1s IS the thxrd year IH a row h1S teams have been undefeated Qumton Hardmg IS the demonstrater for theHo11ywood ha1rcut for men U1 New H ork s famous P1erre Shop Yes tndeed e class 54 IS IIVIHQ a very IIIICFCSIIDQ and successful 11fe W M U W! W QJV MA O We 1 i 1 aff, S MWWM V QM 1 1 431 5 1 rw! fly f 1 class W Ill Bert Aaby wrlls hrs good behavror rn study hall to Alan Voelker Lee Anderson wrlls hrs bashful ways to Douglas Stockwell Clark Batho wrlls hrs Chev to Emrl Muhlhausen Larry Bauer wrlls hrs way wrth the Kanes to anyone else who lrkes sugar Evonne Beastrom wrlls her neatness to Wrlma Hrlton Mary Buck wrlls her slrm frgure to Kaye Buckner Earl Butler won t wrll hrs last nrckel to anybody Joanne Crownhart wrlls her abrlrty to recrte rn class to Alrce Olson Joel Dahlby wrlls hrs basketball abrlrty to Jerry Most Rochelle Dopkrns wrlls her cartwheels to Faye Werberdrnk JoAnne Eastman wrlls her tooth to anyone who has room for rt Lors Eaton wrlls her black lrarr to Nancy Anderson Drck Fetzer wrlls hrs quret ways to hrs srster Mary Dorothy Flynn wrlls her nrght lrfe to Mrss Emanuelson John Glumske wrlls hrs abrlrty to loaf to anyone who can get by wrth rt Roy Gotzman wrlls hrs good grades rn geography to anyone else that lrkes faraway places Qurnton Hardrng wrlls hrs book The Secret of the Wave to Ralph Grlbertson Vera Hanson wrlls her common sense to anyone who can make good use of rt Lester l-lerse wrlls hrs musrcal frngers to Harold Brork Beverly Hrnck leaves the followrng quotatron Ifl have to go another year I won t be absent rrore than 5 days a week Geraldrne Hrnes wrlls her sleepless nrghts to Judy Aanes Jack Hrnes wrlls hrs way wrth grrls to Bruce Voelker LeRoy Hrnes wrlls hrs speech on Skrpprng School to Peter Krnd Rrchard Hoops wrlls hrs bashful ways to Delbert Thers Warren l-lortenbach wrlls hrs fondness of grrls to Jerry Bartlett. . n . . 0 . 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Donnre Howe won t wrll Mera to anyone Eldon Huber wrlls hrs physrque to Wayne Funk Marlrn Huppert wrlls hrs cheerleadrng sweater to Julre Nelson Helen Jacobson wrlls her work rn the bakery to anyone that wants dough Elfrreda Janrsch wrlls her red harr rrnse to Wanda Peterson Jack Jelen wrlls hrs tall lanky frgure to Arne Keller Gordon Johnson wrlls hrs abrlrty for not gettrng hrs work done to Davrd Place John Junkman wrlls hrs trapprng abrlrty to anyone that wants to be caught Matthew Klaas wrlls hrs harmonrca to Roger Raehsler Prrscrlla Krns wrlls her gentle ways to Dora Guest John Klecker wrlls hrs typrng abrlrty to Peggy Qurnn Norman Knudsen wrlls hrs blushrng ways to Bruce Prddrngton Malcolm Langer wrlls hrs frrendlrness to Pat Hovde Gary Leonard wrlls hrs quret modest ways to Dennrs Johnson Barbara Lrnder wrlls her jokes to anyone who can tell better ones Max MacDonnell wrlls hrs slowness to Barbara Reynolds Darrel McG1lles wrlls hrs sta ture to Jerry Most Drana Moore prefers to keep her lrttle boy blue Estelle Morrrson wrlls A s rn Englrsh to lla Helmer Douglas Mountarn wrlls hrs hrgh marks ga result of deep concennatronj to anyone who wants them Janet Olson won t wrll trapper John to anyone Melva Olson wrlls her legs to ludy Anderson Phyllrs Prrchard wrlls her muscles to Betty Kerfer. Ronnre Raehsler wrlls hrs abrlrty to get along wrtlr the teachers to Carl Straub Barbara Klingensmith will not will her diamond to anyone. Don Peterson wrlls hrs abrllty to get along with girls to Elmer Derrrcks Red Place has nothing to will Phyllrs Prichard wills her muscles to Betty Kerfer Norvel Radke wrlls hrs get up and go to John Marklevrts Lynn Radkey won t vsrll her class ring to Marlin Huppert Well Bruce Ruka wills his Iowan accent to hrs brother Kenny Myrtle Sarnstrom wrlls her quret nature to Rita Murphy Eugene Schommer wills hrs abrlrty to fool the teachers to Bernard Schroeder Elaine Schrrmpf wrlls her lady like vorce to Karen Halls Edwin Skog wills hrs farming abrlrty to Jim Kenall Clyde Smith wrlls hrs curly harr to Beverly Phernetton Janice Smith w1lls her gift of gab to Carol Olson Jornne tell es w lls her horse to anybodv that can rrde bareback Norma Stockwell wills her long curly hair to Pat Wrff Mary Ann Stoetzel wrlls her home rn Beldenvrlle to anyone lrvrng rn the metropolis of Ellsworth Arlyn Swanson wrlls hrs profession of waterboy to Keith Hase Gloria Swanson wrlls her days of practicing saxophone to Jeanie Crownhart Karen Terchmann wrlls her prccolo to Marlys Grlbertson Donald Westfield wills to Lawrence Fischer the pencil stubs he has thrown into the waste basket Ardelle Westley wrlls her way with men to anyone who likes them Mark Wrberg wrlls hrs smooth shaven face to Howard Bacon Delores Wider wrlls her calm cool and collectrveness to the freshmen class Tom llrff wills hrs farm Life to Sandra Krns Carmen Wrlkens wrlls her rusty harr to Russ Pett Courtesy of EAST END VARIETY and NELSON S BARBER SHOP. 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ROW ONE J Aanes M Huber ROW TWO G Swanson M Schumaker J N1cholas N Anderson S Stockwell H Sword C Straub S Owens P Hovde R Bauer R Olson J Fetzer M Fetzer F We1 berdmk ROW THREE Mr Pett A Kane J Crownhart M Jamsch S Stoetzel P Kms B Setfert L H6156 R Landry M Coulson J Knudsen D Guest R Murphy P Hovde M Ames P Qumn ROW FOUR B Er1ckson P K1nd P Pr1chard B Nelson K Telchmann S Kms E Johnson J W1berg T W1ff J Crownhart M G1lbertson N G1lbertson E Beastrom M Jelen L Eaton ROW FIVE G Abraham D Hmes D Pune J Keller G Johnson B P1dd1ngton M Swanson E Muhlhausen SGW .ga 'YA QP 0 FOR ONE B Se1fert D Hmes M De1ss B Hmck J Olson S Stockwell G D F1scher R Murphy C Bauer P Pr1chard B Klexn R Dopk1ns V Earney E Beastrom G Swanson Mr Pett ROW TWO P wtff M Demuth J Chnstopherson S Chrxstopherson E Morr1son M Sarnstrom D Bostrom D W1der E Sobottka J Keller N Stockwell B Odalen M Anderson J Aames E Peterson K Te1ch mann D Prme ROW THREE P K1nd L Q.ust R Nelson D Murphy D Guest B Enckson B Hul vorson G Abraham A Kane M, Schumaker S Salzman F Welberdmk A Westley J Stelljes M Stoetzel M Buck S De1ss ROWFOUR D Bolson E Berktoldt B Voelker E Muhlhausen D Peterson G Bartlett A Huber G Ertckson L Hexse S Gerr1sch M Wlberg A Voelker B Baker J Kenall E Manfred L Place D McG1ll1s Courtesy of RED WING MILLING CO R! stuoent COLll1CIl SLI Ll lil su 4 -' S 00 gui' ROW ONE P Klern P Krnd B Baker J Crownhart D Stafford R Dopklns G Bartlett M Anderson L Eaton ROW TWO L Radkey E Johnson D Pnne M Langer N Knudsen T Wrff M Janrsch B Ertckson S Kms Mr Larson Nff fb f ENJ' xx. xyxlf X Sr Presrdent D Stafford Courtesy of ELLSWORTH BOTTLING WORKS O DIQUS 4 1-. I .. D 4 A F 4 P 5 - I 4 1 f A, V R5 R 5 Q . gr W ' ' A 3 f S ,,V, - X Y 15 f 3 CXOMQ k S K gxbegx' , - Secfecary . owe - - l W' D - Y. .4 Busmess Manager Drck Stafford Assrstant Edrtor Sally Stoetzel Edrtor rn Chref Lors Eaton Assrstant Manager Rrta Murphy Stafford R Murphy M I-luppert M Langer J Sm1t.h ROW TWO L Radkey C Bauer P Prrch ard,V Earney P Hovde M Demuth D Z.1elk1e S Stockwell D Moore I Aanes B Srefert G Hauschrldt S Derss C W1lkens G Swanson ROW THREE S Chnstopherson M Janrsch M Sarnsnom H Sword J Stelljes F Wreberdznk C Olson M Olson, E Manfred G Errckson, B I-Ialvorson, E Butler M Stoetzel S Cobxan ROW FOUR B Odalen P Qumn J Ames N Stock well J Eastman J Anderson I Nordgren C Smrth M Anderson D Flynn B Llnder G Hrnes K Terchmann, D Hrnes P Kms S Kms E Iarusch M Buck Courtesy of KAAA RADIO STATION, RED WING CLEANERS m 1,1 . ,ff 'KX of A 'f L X. 'W M M A Y, , I ,W ff-wwfig'-4"""" 'fi 1 vp I., 2 , , f . 5.21 ROW ONE: Mr. l-lerum, R. Dopkins, J. Crownhart, D. McGillis, C. 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Wi .sa G alxwzn 635 HP W5 9 51.14, ho .... vi XXNB0 94 II. II. A. ROW ONE: K, Hase, T. Hines, E. Hines, D, Bolson, D. Stockwell, J, Beastrom, H. Leonard, J.Esterby, D, Miller, D, Nelson, R, Nelson, B, Schroeder, C, Mitchell, R, Bauer, C. Bauer, A. Bartz, and Mr, Wall, ROW TOW: B. Brohaugh, G. Klecker, D. Murphy, J. Bartlett, R. Dinger, J. Schumacker, G. Catura, D. Fischer, L, Gerdes, J. Nordgren, T. Weldon, B. Olson, R. Peterson, C. Hase, R. Girdeen, A. Swanson, G. Davidson, M. Muhlhausen, T, Buckner, M, Seifert. ROW THREE: G. Place, D. Bauer, B. Graetz, R. Gilles, R. Johnson, P, Polk, D. Laundry, E. Hauschildt, J. Hines, D. Hayes, J. Nelson, R. Snow, B. Baker, F. Johnson, F, Howe, A, Sarnstrom, M. Heins, L. Hines, W, Schard, L. Quist. ROW FOUR: E, Muhl- hausen, W. Funk, B, Hulverson, G. Nelson, H, Bacon, D. Theiss, A, Krause, B. Young, L. Heise, T, wiff, N. Riegleman, S. Gerrisch, A, Winger. J. Klecker. J. Suckow. J. Zwolenski, J. Kenall, E. Manferd, M. Gross and G. Bristol. Z :f X In .fx B. Swanson, Vice Pres. R. Girdeen, Sentinel L. Heise, Sec. A, Krause, Reporter, M. Gross, Pres, E. Muhlhausen. .. M - n N ll. if -:-- W , . M-Wll . ': 4 N fill- 'Ki Courtesy of: LITTLE GRAND CAFE, COAST TO COAST STORE, KOLLER TV, and CAMPBELIJS ICE CREAM .C Zi ivw Q i' g X ROW ONE: P, Klein, W. Hilton, D. Dahl, E. Martins, K,Swa.nson, C. Wilkens, K. Johnson E. Beastrom, D. Northe, B. Gilles, B. Brenner, D. Olson, V. Earney, M. Swanson, B. Klein J . Knudsen, G. Goulette, W. Hunter, J. Ditloff, M. Gilbertson. J . Fetzer, J . Anderson, S. Kopp M. Johnson, M, Sequin, V. Coulson, G, Swanson. ROW TWO: Mrs. Williams, A. Weberg D. Bartz, L, Hanson, L. Peterson, M. Leonard, D. Gustafson, K. Buckner, J. O'Brien, M. Hjermstad, B, Bystrom, B. Kiefer, A. Ray, N. Gilbertson, N. Beebee, S. Finstad, D. Stock- well, M, Hove, I. Helmer, M. Dernuth, C. Bauer, P. Prichard, D. Traynor, K. Baker, B Peterson, G. Hauschilt, D. Zielkie. ROW THREE: R. Dopkins, C. Enberg, M. Lynner, L. Swanson, H. Jacobson, M. Rosenberg, M. Huber, R. Bauer, B. Nelson, P. Klein, R. Therber, B. Linder, G. Hines, A. Olson, B.Klingensmith,G. Leonard, I. Brooks, E. Janisch, D. Fischer C. Hilden, N. Anderson, D. Borst, S. Deiss, G. Finstad, E. Weberg. J. Nielson, S. Leonard B. Johnson. ROW FOUR: M. Anderson, J. Eastman, D. Flynn, D. Harstad. J. Keller, M. Sarnstrom, E. Morrison, D. Trine, S. Christopherson, M. Stoetzel, J. Stelljes, B. Erickson A. Westly, D. Wider, D. Bostrom, C. Olson, M. Buck. J. Kaneen, K. Gardener, J. Crownhart, J. Anderson, E. Schrimpf, N. Stockwell, B. Odalen. J. Christopherson, D. Klingensmith, M. Johnson. Ill E i:?TEi 5 u". S Q' i A FLW OFFICERS Courtesy of: ELLSWORTH CLEANERS, CORNER CUPBOARD, TROK'S 66 STATION and DR. LAUE. E ClUB ROW ONE: R. Dopkins, R. Pulling, G. Hauschildt, P. Hovde, B. Giebler, P. Prichard, J. Olson, V Earney, M. Swanson, B. Klein, D. Zielkie, E. Beastrom, C. Wilkens, G. Swanson and M. Sequin ROW TWO: Mrs. Williams, B. Bystrom, S. Deiss, D. Hines, B. Seifert, S. Kins, K. Teichmann, L Radkey, P. Kins, D. Flynn, R. Murphy, D. Moore, C. Bauer, M. Demuth, J. Bunce, and B. Hinck ROW THREE: M. Anderson, J. Christopherson, P. Quinn, B. Linder and S. Stoetzel, N. Stockwell. J Anderson, B. Klingensmith, J. Ames, G. Hines, E. Janisch, E. Sobottka, S. Cobian, L. Eaton andl Eastman. ROW FOUR: J. Smith, M. Buck, J. Crownshart, M.Janisch, M. Stoetzel,S. Christopherson D. Guest, M. Olson,l F. Wierberdink, D. Wider, J. Kaneen, B. Erickson. J. Stelljes, M. Sarnstrom E. Morrison and B. Odalen. Courtesy of: RIVERSIDE ROLLER RINK AND RED WING LAUNDRY. Q. A. A. ROW ONE: M. Swanson, D. Hines, S. Finstad, M. Anderson, K. Halls, V. Earney, M. Demuth, B Brenner and G. Goulette. ROW TWO: B. Klein, J. Sobottka, B. Seifert, R. Murphy, P. Quinn, S Stoetzel, S. Kins, P. Hovde, N. Janisch, J. Anderson and B. Giebler. ROW THREE: Miss Fischer, B Linder, J. Smith, M. Olson, J. Kaneen, D. Guest, B. Erickson, F. Wieberdink, N. Stockwell, G. Hines, D. Moore, E. Janisch, M. Buck and S. Deiss. -13.73 E33 ' "15'1f?'2"- Z fs ' ' , . ' 2 liz' f UP . - , V01 - 3 l X I N ', It 1 F L I .- ' 3rlm..:5:a'. I Q iw 1. ...,y N s N BQ, ----- .. g,2J'y.::: X ...n:'::sk,.c:::2- ',, 2' X 9 -Y f' f O :fl 7 li: - usual: ' f . .'x g ,. x-- SV ZX 'X f X N414 llnnarz cluts 312. neo crzoss Q , , 1 ,"m" 7 ,' .seg . S R ROW ONE: B. Johnson, R. Thurbe, L. Eaton, L. Radkey, N. Stockwell, G. Hauschildt, M. Buck, S. Deiss, M. Janisch, M. Olson, J. Smith, J. Crownhart, P. Kins. ROW TWO: E. Bearsuom, D. Lielkie, Miss Ritchie, V. Earney, K. Teichmann, B. Erickson, M. Sarnstrom, J. Stelljes, J. Kaneen, F. Weiberdink, C. Olson, ll. Sword, E. Sobottka, A. Olson, B. Linder, H. Jacobson, D. Brickner, G. Swanson, J. Krings, ROW THREE: M. Dernuth, P. Hovde, R. Murphy, R. Pulling, L. Peterson, S. Kins, P. Quinn, S. Stoetzel, M. Johnson, B. Bartz, L. Kinneman, I. Helmer, S. Cobian, M. Stoetzel, D. Flvnn, J. Eastman, N. Anderson, M. Rosenberg, M. Gilbertson, N. Gilbertson, ROW ONE: P. Hovde, A. Kane, R. Pulling, M. Demuth, M. Swanson, B. Giebler, V. Earney, S. Endru, M. Ames, J. Fetzer, P. Klein. ROW TWO: K. Baker, E. Johnson, N. Beebee, M. Schumacher, G. llauscliildt, D. Hines, B. Seifert, J. Smith, M. Coulson, M. Jelen, M. Brenner, J. Crownhart, D. Zielkie. ROW THREE: Mrs. Wiberg, P. Kins. L. Eaton, R. Murphy, M. Anderson, M. Janisch, M. lluber, P. Quinn, S. Stoetzel, S. Kins, L. Radkey, K. Teichmann. ROW FOUR: J. Nicholas, M. Stoetzel, M. Buck, J. Crownhart, D. Bostrorn, M. Olson, F. Weiberdink, K. Halls. J. Kaneen, N. Stockwell, J. Anderson, J. Keller. Courtesyofz DAILY REPUBLICAN EAGLE, RED WING JR class Abby Brewster Martha Brewster Mommer Brewster Jonathan Brewster Teddy Brewster Dr Ernstem Elarne Harper Rev Harper Offrcer Brophy Offrcer Klern Lreutenant Ronney Mr Grbbs Mr Wrtherspoon The Corpse Duector A Joanne Crownhart Gaul Anderson DICR Stafford Mark Wrberg Ronrue Raeshler Le Roy Flscher Lynn Radkey Clyde Smrth Max Langer Clark Batho Eugene Schommer Norman Knudsen Jack Jelen John Glumske Mr Hrnderman Courtesy Of LAWRENCE'S SFUDIO . pl Officer O'Hara . . . . Marlin Huppert sn class play The Senior Class under the dxrection of Mr Miller presented a hilarious western entitled Mystery of Crazy Canyon Ranch The story was about a young girl who had just lnherited a ranch from her uncle. The other characters all have a hand in helping her to run the ranch The cast was as follows Georgia Thayer Elfreida J anisch Jennifer Faircluld Joanne Crownhart Anne Payson Rochelle Dopkms Peter Sheldon Clyde Smith Wild Eyed W1111e Marlin Huppert Standing Cow Dick Stafford Jim Courtney Clark Batho Ehjah Stockbond Max Langer Phoebe Stockbond Shirley Deiss Miss Prim Priscilla Kms Courtesy of BURSTEINS STORE HAGEMAN S GROCERY CITIES SERVICE, and FINSTAD IMPLEMENT CO I ni n . - ' ' - Minnie Winnie Ninnie . . . . . . Lois Eaton A 1:2 1 ' ' ' l A 9 Y? XMFQMWMWQU L-JC Www gg., ' vw Sew S LZQMM WEQZQZ MMM, bww- f MW f .p ww ff Jef' Lap-!g,J IVY! 5N'f homeeomme queen anb atteneents 'At N Q41 S 6136 Ql- 69 S Q5 Q99 'ZX W X, . xxx9x' Q, 'B xv? QZ5900 C BAND giputesy of ELLSWORT H vb? S Q 'QA Q0 9,050 4 wx X Z1 a S X kv ,va X0 'b sg X O0 Homecoming Royalty 0 , V 1 o 3 f o - oi Courte GRAND MARCH The most gala event of the year was of course thejumor Prom Kmg Max Langer chose as h1s lovely queen Lynn Radkey Thetr attendents were Norman Knudsen and Prtsctlla Kms Paul Bork last year S kmg crovmed Max Langer and Claudette Campbell last year s queen crowned Lynn Radkey The Prom theme was carrled out respectlvely by decoratlng the gym wlth Moon Trelhses at the entrance and by the punch stand also consxsted of roses The cethng and stage resembled the dark blue sky wlth sllvery stars sprtnkled throughout The occas1on was well attended w1th everyone hav1ng a wonderful ume Mustc was furmshed by the Royal Blackhawks Courtesy of THE FASHIONETTE JOHNSON 8: MEYER RED WING DR CALVIN COOK 8: CHALET STUDIO RED WING light and Roses", Fences along the side of the gym were covered with climbing roses, SAOIG hawkms X N 246 QUEEN Sandra KING A1 I , Xb v , A x SGH l0l2 , RCNASXQ C G GRAND MARCH S110-BAll a 1 .ff 'Vivo Do 'iff II N Ev Courtesy Of: C 8a L MOTOR FREIGHT 84 THE SERVICE AGENCY , 4 0 GNU C U U C1 O 3. JG 0 L Q55 flftifff Qs' 1- '49 36,4 dy vanslty squao KNEELING: J. Jelen, B, Swanson, C, Smith, E. Butler, D, Stafford, R, Gotzman, L. Anderson, T, Wiff, N, Knudsen, B. Aaby, D. Mountain, N. Radkey, L. Place, G, Leonard, W, Hortenbach, D. McGi1es. ROW TWO: Mr, Wichman, E. Thompson, M. Langer, M. Langer, M. McDonald, A, Winger, D, Place, D, Hoops, J, Marklevits, J. Dahlby, E. Huber, M, Wiberg, E. Dierks, J, Kenall, D, King, J. Bartlett, J. Nordgren. ROW THREE: G. Davidson, A. Henize, J. Wiberg, L. Baker, R. Landry, M. Gross, E. Manfred, B. Hulver- son, J, Most, J. Erickson, M, Vought, A, Voelker, L. Fischer, J. Hines, J. Blue, B. Kjelstad, Mr, Ruhsam, Courtesy of: HOVDE HARDWARD CO. and HOVE AUTO CO. and Langer. the Pant . .e score. leaving tl. It didn't take River Falls V1-ry long to recover lrorn th--lr op--nf ing defeat at the hands ol Spring' VallcX'. I-n tact. it 1111 ! nb' two plays to pen' Ellsworth first tour-1' night on tl' It didnt see who w River Falls passing spc way in th when he tc first Falls D and heaved yard pass. A halfback Ol caught Ellsx . 'ds into ' their H iday ' to ' . ' in I' on. a l ll ' 5 li' ortt-r 1 the magic ' 1 25- right 1 play .1 ...1 its de- fense down wnxch was good for 35 yards and a score. River Falls missed the extra point, making it 6 to 0. A fiendish twist of fate in the second quarter Just seconds be fore half txme gave the Falls a 13 to 0 advantage R1ver Falls recovered a Panther fumble on the Panther two yard 11116 and wlth onlv ten seconds to go untxl halftlme 'wo plays to score Dawsor 1 for the extra ? Q 3- 3 Z I c.. c: Vi c :1 pomt 'wortl tunes xr- th goa thers yard Once a sm quznttr Ells sparkled at ed out twlce f Rncr Falls IIHOS tht Pm IlSlClL the ten 1led to score lfflifl bmk bt stmd and the second JTIVQ ended on an m tercepted pass Dawson opucd up agaln 1n the fourth quart-tr Combmmg both passmg and runnmg le shi the Ellsworth dafense for the thlrd and fmal touchdown He passed agam for the ex'ra pomtn Singing the pr:-uses of Rxver Falls Tlawson Ouhsam d 'Hes e Ellsworth 1' ers roller' we rn mst G 953 oper er confe Wlhen 1 ehmt s st quartt oubt as to t easons 0 acks T' g. COT River Falls Rebounds gainst Panth Hub Aims to Tame Hudson Horsepo' Ellsworth High Zips PHHHIHYSCMH Over C Wwnocl 26-6 .1 lchmv In the grid opener 1 I ,V -..nd and for l0 1411 Glenwood Clif. the E .1 TD. It was l3-0 'hers subdued a lng ,V In the third quarter G? Glen'.1.'ood team 26-ti. Bod kxcked otf. The Panthf The Hubbers found .r , 1 1 1t1e1 e fo1 2 1 xds 1 Rlll.SLil!l'f 't-31' of the Glenwood ' .A ' ss ate up 12 more, and Lang- hke a stone-wall. bl 1 sprznxed 17 yards for anothe' chznond I 'ls Athlet ':'m1::.c? the ends. ah. 1 are Glenwood came back 'Cl 21 X' l111t111ent story. , , the luck-off and or Q On end runs by bar . ss went 50 yards .Q r a x 11.13 14 first downs tc t-looted. Score 19-6. Ailenwood. .1 , In the fourth 1301101 In me ant Quant SCH' tl cam marched dow. ' . H . . .or 1 a ,plays after Ells1to1 th got tfhelcnd runs and Mark Wibmg Wbau' Mark Wlberg rail OEF? 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CD Z 5 Q 3 2- C15 CD 'Z -Q i Openmr of he Bord at Glet 1 Sept 11 10 seasc ON mar Hub son Roy we Beats New 'DEH dl' Tl w1ff Rlchln ond h Lee ary Le Ellsworth H1gh found J m sNe11 Rxchmond was a toul L foe than had en expec er a Mdrk Vthe final gr nter hen Max .seonard and 'vp-ndqt wee S Hortenbach fjgdd to new Leonard Pl 1u. another 0 l kt crman st1l1 rtco from a broken collarbon max sec act1on later 1n tl' on Another serxous loss Pant' fr the 1953 sea recent polx have sun Panther A a Ilm fnlt The he e mng Red s.1t1on hroun Place opemx 90 wa New l Ylos Leon os the I ond l sprxr me n ine was pl CO1 xr l n dule ts 1 SU l Q '1 HW 001111111111 DT It l A F 1111 00 , Z, Spirited Panthers Rebound oe 1, alt ' fi X Against Baldwin Z1 to O Ellsworth high sc' Mound up the football sea to 0 triumph ov I 1 Q 6 , A '1- mond Friday ' 2 Coach Dave Ru s an even .500 pe '53 grid season. Playing the se the home field, . :is fought on even 1 opening of the se. Red Place electrit with a dazrhng 80 ward iun foi the games only seore Tied 0 to 0 New Ruhnioiid klcked oft' to the Hub to open the seeond half Pace scooped up the kick on his own twenty and behind a screen ot excel leant blocking he sprinted up the sideline reversed his field and scored with three New R1eh mond defenders chasing him acrosq the goal Both teams penetrated deep into each others territory but lacked the punch to score on long drive 16 D11 the- hen ne crowd Standings LLJ. Panthers 1 l lers thoroughly out' ' Bald 0 0 'win Friday mght , ?d u ant ere" in ina - D the-ir st Cffllfl str' , U ' , 'a from hornea ' L was :il U , 'S Panthers Finish Grif 41 Against Irish Friday 51. ,- The Middle conference foot' to a close F Coach Dave tangling wit the home fi Billed as for the P 1 give them a time season victories ov and Bildwir River Falls ma fought ' 0 to 0 tie Nevt Richmond will battle fqfhef UIUCK son co1 Hd Cd Falls alley Iiun 'er foot! " 3-"4-30' 'iwuo 'w""'W vFallS Griflders int V on Tame 1 s vm parish mu g cc axfor the ,Grounds 5 River Fa Od handily ve lo Bob med .3 0 for mei O '- X 1 Hub to stay out of the cell dmsta' H1 RFN 4112011 tt conference standings ui h cl C to 1111 'me TQCCWI C11 Hruni to ftei fo P r wood City and Baldwin mmfmt ,md ht ll C 1 f Riclimon 1 s most decisixe ei Qu U l l' hood C111 t ia J1I1lFll'lxI'1. was 'ilg q , llllg X ill y cirl 1 held flash 101 the oran 0 ai Hub Chills Valley Scorele The EHS he chill Ol 'Ii h homl ist night b J1.XOItCl F100 The X1 Against Irfil Phe Middle Border foo ball eonfei me football season comfs to a close Friday nigfht with Coarh Dive Ruhsams Panthers fangling' v :th New Richmond on the home field Billed is a tossup a wie oiv lor the Panthers Friday wo d the season The Panthers hol victories over Glenwood Cm . , . ' l ' X A ' ' 'it . , 1 . ' . 5 Q I Y . 1 s 4 . . . A 1 Q d 5, ' x ' 1 1 1 - . ' r . 1. 1 . , ' To . . . K A . b 1 . x t ,3n.' ' I , . ,. I . . . 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Qui 1 1111 1111011 Marla. wi mf 4' 1 lr S 1 i w rleed sri f'lll1NL C 'enxnood City and wxx lf V519 gained around the s Winer s best gains mmf 'U' 1 iw: M 1x Ianger also rn111 1 c e I ills sco e U rltei is Heium took a deli iq Ulf and went 'lo mrds fox ll' Filllk lllid 'I11 flu 1 mn 'PO with Du oz passing to Her Sfl0llLl qua: er the 1 fled 'he Falls 1 ' fl their p Ind ieeoiezer at 01 th fo 11' 1 , l lr-11 111 The half ended be nl 1 off eou P1 1 1 lift J lllli 1 11c1q11'1rrf me fm Q '1 O 1' lf eree 111111 Il Huh 'P ier thrust with a sparklin ard sprint into Baldwin me The trw for extra DOIII 'ood sworth controlled the b , for a major portion of th oodld quarter and again gen uchd their attack to a pitc air ring to the five yard 11 rback Jim Kenall boot d the ball over for Ells S second touchdown Th point was good and E115 ed 14 to 0 er guard Max MCDOY1 covered a Baldwin film evlate 1n the second quarte the Panthe rs maiched agai 1 usfs e irried 1 e len xard ' pos tssmn of 1 le Ba dxwn car ie 90 but fum four minute with Fllswort nes ifcoverin null '1 des er B lldw Il s goal ish 11 our befor 1 ed tor the end 0 1 iti n uickly maneuver f texnitorv in th tes of the ir liek Hines clown thc 111 ld to recover lwin fumble on the 30 yar Y tor ow Fl the kickoff W -ncloff from Kenai 'he 15 yard line again to h it fumbled o 1 Baldwin re vo Followin Oanthei fum coveries am und up bac 5 yard line .ierso it the ball o paldwm A as me ir rter en ed anger made rg! dow x I Killian YI'l'lt'lf the 20 and tl amun V R lXeI5l0D was gwn mg H L ,ar , "P L Wibei 1 f ip p-Lb to 1 Dllrlk 1J'lO1 lllt fllli DP lllflfll yy of un 1 obo cl ,O Y U X, 'lllcli xiitlx ui e' s 1 o ie 'I Q lea Pln 1 1s , 9 'lu 1 eieieel Hein 1 1:11 F stml X tile VK he l sen' n 11 me s 5 3' k ns I Rsi i it P ll 4011 alt-f it 1' 90 0 xx Ovah 5 ,z v li n Dowfl boy" er GJ, -1? .v fl- ne va u-1-f ' kv xii Z"! "Grab him' Courtesy of: ELLSWORTH THEATRE ARS II BASKGIIBAII VS KNEELING: Mr. Wickman. ROW ONE: D. McGillis, C. Smith, E. Schommer, D. Mountain, E Diercks, J. Dahlby, C. Holst, G. Most, M. Wiberg, M. Huppert, D. Peterson, I. Kenall, D. Stafford Courtesy Of: CAMPBELL'S STANDARD STATION, GORDON IOHNSON HOLMES DRUG STORE, FITZlMMON'S HAT SHOP, RED WING. U . h swf Qumk Bev. HO tow' ' grab ir! Hey, where're you going, Joel? Good for two? "Ballet le Basketball" B squab i .J 7 7 4 ROW ONE: Jerry, Joel, Alan, Carl and Bob. ROW TWO: Jim, David, Elmer, Jerry, Clinton, Norman, Doug and Mr. Ruhsam. ROCHELLE, JULIE, LYNN, PATTY. FAYE and JO ANNE. Courtesy of: FERBER IMPLEMENT, MARVIN STRUVE, LAURIE BARGAIN STORE and SOPHIA STOETZEL -- WOODMEN INSURANCE COMPANY. "'-.. 532. A s hw 52' W gs-A., Drck 3? 1 Mar11n Nm gall 'Q VB f i 06 D-5. N.. i Darrel Gene hm Courtesy Of. C J. HOFFMEISTER STANDARD OIL, ANDY'S CAFE, BAY CITY D. R. RILEY 8a LLOY'D'S PRODUCE. P4 ,,.,-,,. L , Nz M, , X 1 , , 6 ' X 4, fkhrf Wg "" . V J, , 1 N. 7 . QE, -1 r Q Q A ff 2 y I D f ' Q X I4 5 Xa Y X Wi, A In . X X x bv l G A X' X rf Mark Q J ' I , C31 . A .' , . f x snuff fx 6 5 Vx f I X' , - R I xsgw r 2 F ' H 1 'L X f A A A Dx I Q " - U X ' V I A X I ' ' I I X 1 7-L-2 x F N K f 1 ' I 1 . 6 N Q ' in U - A I 1 r I , 4 x Y f 1-'I E r 1 2 1 ' X f P X A 5 U I I 1 1 SWW . 114' 4 vf S X V A -1 I Q 5 S, H., 5 l J 53 ij I 5 ,- T ' ' l l in A Doug ffl' . 5 1, C I ff "' C .l 'Ext W Elmer ,f lr -iw l 1 X 9 at fx Gerry 2 RECORD OF GAMES PLAYED 55? U Games Played 19-Won 85 Lost 11 Ellsworth .,,,.........,,.........,... Durand ................A., ....,,,.. 4 5 fx '. Ellsworth .........,..............,,.. Prescott ......,....... ,,,..,,.. 5 1 5 Q Ellsworth .....,. ......, E lmwood l.......... .l.l.,.. 5 3 j l ' I Ellsworth ....... ....... R lver Falls ..l.l..... ..l....,. 5 8 , Ellsworth ....... ......, G lenwood City ...., ....,.... 5 0 7 Ellsworth ,...... ,.,..., C olfax ...........,......... ......... 5 8 Ellsworth ....... ....... O sceola ..,..... ,, l..... ......... 5 9 ' Ellsworth ......l ,..,... D urand ....4........... ........, 6 3 Ellsworth ,.,,... ,,,.,., N ew Richmond ..... .... .,.. 4 7 Ellsworth ....... ....... S pring Valley l...... ........., 6 6 l Ellsworth ....... ....... B ald-win ..,........... .......... 5 3 X Ellsworth ....... ....... H udson ................ ......,... 5 0 5 Ellsworth ...w.., .Y,..t. R iver Falls ........,,. ........,. 7 1 I ' Ellsworth ,.,.... ......t G lenwood City ..... ........,. 5 0 ' Ellsworth ,..... .... ....... C 0 lfax .,................... .......,l, 6 6 'Q ' Ellsworth ....... ....... N ew Richmond ..... .......... 6 6 Ellsworth ....... ,....,. S pring Valley ....... ,..,....,. 4 9 l X Ellsworth .,..... ....... B aldwin ........,,.... .......... 6 7 f Ellsworth ....... ....... H udson ..,......... ,......... 4 8 Clyde Courtesy Of: SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION, ALBERT HUPPERT, l-lOOLEY"S SUPER MARKET, R. 8a S. PHARIAACY, RED WING BASGBAll ,1-- -Q.-gfk' TRACK Y ' SAI u THOM'S GROCERY 8: TORY'S MEAT MARKET, 8a HORTENBACH'S, BAY CITY .3 1. Q n X p-1 ,rg V 1 X 1 T 'fa Qg ff M Wfffw X f awwfbj M X Mwfyf FQ M v 4' 'F QQ A Q V Eu ' wil gg . X W W ,ini : 3,15 H 1 f QQ Lv 9 , A Q Q, O ,, -- QANJ'Jn a J fr X 9 . x ' 'W a k , 7 ' I If G 'EXW I f W xf X I 1 I v j W7 L WW ,. f A' I 0 ,av 9 . 41 J, , X , L. x ' X ul . l Ri, f7 S ' W H fx M If , I ,aw y in ' 'N XX - V1 W ! fl T' I an N Q ,ff 1 EA! ', fl X1 A,-f v QL f U 4 , ,V J F' E Q . ESS '. ' Nu: I ' 'EA I . K 4 fflfnfgzl- u X 'r f Y X "5 i Q- ' tx I QQ-rl... 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