Ellsworth High School - Hub Yearbook (Ellsworth, WI)

 - Class of 1955

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'X f Our hugh school means a lot of dltferent things to a lot ot dlfferent pfoplc It s llflmdfllj a school of learning Engllsh shop math oom mf rcc hlstorv musnc and sclencc a xarletv ol courses to arouse the ln ta rcst oi tach mdnxdual student Put that lsn t all the school 1s teachmg us Responsxbllxty lnltl'1tlV0 and prnatc thmkmg are encouraged through dxscusslons and partlcl patlon IH 4 xtra curricular actlvxtles to fit us as young adults ln a vmrld ln which commumsm and democracy are each strxvmg for dommatlon over thc othcr school and homc regulatlons while the semors thmk seriously of colleges vocatlons and mxlxtary seruce But wc arent too much of a serlous bunch for wc laugh and smg and plav also Our cheering and screaming during thc games our small talk and laughter the latest gossip echomg ln thc halls bctwecn the class es the shouts of the basketball boys from the gym after school a typ: wrlter peckmg away ID the commerclal room a clarmet practicing m our new band room these thmgs too are our school Fllsuorth Hugh School IS mdecd onc of laughtcr and ltarmng Hut now let s turn thc pages and scc who makes up the classes, and faculty and these actnltu s The freshmen find themselves in a neyv freedom from the old grade AE Y T0 4. . f 7 1 IU ILL Xwix Vx wyx X L XV X DEDICATION x N K M SENIOR CLASS DEDICATES THE 1955 HUB TO MARLYCE X MURPHY Early m her Jumor year Marlyce was stnckevn wrth poho but her undauntmg spmt and her always cheerful smlle has set a pattern for u all to follow ly A , M , M H X: - ,' ' 69269, War 0 H I " fy ' M ,,H My Q Wk ,rw , , L Up 'ft' A . 5 Nvwuyig yu",xL!. xp ' ' fH tif' ELK gi JU H , Pi' Wu ' f Ah- DLA' X Jvbwll Xi-Iv! 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Physical Education ,...- LTL RUSS Anllahpllf' Ritchilf MV. f'14l'l -Illhllrllll XV1H'lfi HKNUIVN Alpre-bra, Howl-qkwpilly, Gt'HHl1'lI'j' - 5 41 A1134 nu, orb U AA J- V040 W 41 C-4,-,Y-.J 4 1 A44 A '14 1' 4.2 4 1.f144'L 77 'F 5' , , I h , It I nl- I X ., L , - MLJ x A. I v'A ,V A, 1" jx T-' K .- " x ! . A V NN L I tv F I ' , M L 4 ll . ' .X M P47 lf. . - L I 6 I Q 'I' fx 'K ' -, 1 A , 1 " x ,f ,Lx ' V' - - LL. . I-L ' . YJLQJ-,JI 2 1 Qi ybovn '.: , , , 'C '-7 I bug. M' I , , , 0 V, yf 4 gb .I 14.1, up-1 L-,Z P M.- .1 ,f X . . 'xxx x I A ' K '. 7 V' I 1 - 4 j X pf j , ." ,Y - 'xy . F - 'j 'Q ' 1 'WN X, A N . zijn., 7 X V 1 J. ' V f .I I , B ?7' N u 'A vs JUDY AANES Tis better to sleep in clas than to waste a perfectlx good night GAA 1 2 3 4 Press Club Art Editor 3 Strut Kr Fret 3 4 Political Club 2 Dance Club 1 2 Jr Red Cross 4 Class Play 4 at GERALD BARTLE'I'I' Let me go I want to be free these women are ting too much for me Dance Club 1 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3-4 Track 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 FFA 2 3 4 Photo Club 2 3 Projection Club 4 FFA Reporter 4 Student Council 1 2 3-4 IEAINNE AINDFRSON She often burns the mid night oil but nm er nex er with her toll Cheerleader 1 2 4 Strut 8. Fred 3 4 Jr Red Cross 3 Annual 3 4 Political 2 3 Glee Club 1 Mixed Chorus 4 Dance GERALD L BARTLETI' Have a good time while you re living you ll be dead a long time Football 1 2 Basketball 1 2 3 Volleyball 1 2 3 Mixed Chorus Photo Club Visual Aids will 'VIARIE ANDERSOIN Hovs vsonderful this old world would be if ei ery one were as friendly s e GAA 1 2 3 4 Offlcer 3 4 FHA 1 2 3 Annual 3 4 Strut 8: Fret 3 4 Jr Red Cross 3 4 Student Louncll 3 Photo 1 2 3 Dance Club 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 Mixed Chorus 3 Curtis Campaign 1 4 Majorette 1-2-3-4 CYNTHIA BALER Since her hobby is cookin it wont be hard to hook Student Council 3-4 Glee Club 1-2-3 Mixed Chorus 3-4 Jr. Red Cross 4 Dance Club 1-2 Class Play 3-4 Press Club 2-3-4 Political Club 2-3-4 Annual Club 3-4 Forensics 3-4 FHA 1-2-3-4 Officer 4 Strut dz Het 3-4 State FHA Convention DIANNE BRICKNER A sweeter mms wxll nex er be found Llbrary Club 2 3 4 GAA 2 JOAN BUINCE Happy ae a lark she en Joys herself both and dark Malden Rock I 2 Glee Club I Mlxed Chorus 3 Strut dz Fret 3 4 Student Council 1 Lxbrary Club 2 told." GAA 2-3 FHA 1-2-3-4 Photo Club 4 HAROLD BJORK 'I'll study if I feel like it, and I won't if I don't, and I will pass if I can: if I can't I won't." Basketball Manager 1 Football 1 Dance Club 1 Track 1 Baeeball 1 JANICE CHRISTOPHERSON Shes qulte a lass llked by exery one ln class Glee Club 1 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Strut Sz Fret 3 4 FHA 1 2 3 4 Annual Club 3 4 Jr Red Cross 4 Photo Club 3 Dance Club 1 2 Curtxs Campaign daytxme BARBARA BRENNER "The half hasn't been DORIS ZIELKIE "Modesty conceals many virtues." Library Club 3-4 Strut Sz Fret 3-4 Dance 1 Annual Club 3-4 Photo Club 3 Jr. Red Cross 3-4 FHA 1-2-3-4 el' 8 1 . u v ' - , 7 ' ll . . - , cc , ' ' . . . , - X v n X , - - - C v 2 , - I , ff , Y . 44 , . , , Y! - .X U ff ,. ' ai - -' I 3 ., ff I I sr 4 -e ve, . , V bANlJR K CHRIS'IUPHFRSON Llkt thc H1 e old b rd often ecn but scldom heald -X 1 2 C lee Club 12 Mvced Choxu 4 Annual C lub 14 Strut 8. Pret ' 4 Photo Club 3 Jr Red Cross 4 Dance Club 1 2 'VIARH ANN DEMLTH A run, on the finger is worth two on the phone Dance Club 1 Glee Club 1 2 GAA 2 3 4 P0lltlC3l 2 FHA 2 3 Llbrarw Club 2 3 4 Jr Red Croce 3 4 Mixed Chorus 3 4 Strut 8x Fret 3 4' Annual Club 3 4 SHIRLFY COBIAN A regular gxrl and best of pale FHA 1 2 CAA 1 9 Glee Club 1 Dance Club 1 Photo Club 1 2 L1b1 ary 2 3 4 Strut 8L Fred 3 4 Annual Club 3 4 Mlxed Chorua 4 FLMER DIERCKS Punter of the pxgskm plavbov of the parlor Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3-4 Track 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Dance Club 1 Photo Club 1 2 E Club 4 Jr Clase Preexdent 3 Prom Kmg 3 VICKI EARNIEY DARLEINE DAHL Good nature IS always good company Sprmg Valley 1 2 FHA 1 2 3 4 Jr Red Cross 4 Mlxed Chorus 4 Dance Club 1 2 bhe knows em all from out of toun shes one semor who gets around GAA 1 2 3 4 FHA 1 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 Dance Club 1 2 Photo Club 1 2 3 Jr Red Cross 3 4 Annual Club 3 4 Student Council 2 Strut 8: Fret 3 4 Homecommg Quee GERALDINE FINSTAD She came a stranger and remains a frlend Glee Club 1 Photo Club 3 BETTE JEAN ERICKSON Spoken for but not taken GAA 1 2 3 4 Llbrarg 1 2 3 4 FHA 2 3 4 Offlcer Strut 81 Fret 3 4 Officer Press Club 3 4 Annual Club 4 Jr Red Cross 4 Student Council 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Accompanlst 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 2 3 4 Girls Trio 3 4 State 3 Octet 3 4 Girls Quartet 4 LAWRENCE FISCHER You live only one life why not take it easy? Basketball 1 2 3 Football 1 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Volleyball 1 2 3 4 Photo Club 2 3 Dance Club 1 GERALD ERICKSON "When there is mischief brewing: he's doing the stirring." Dance Club 1-2 Photo Club 1 2 3 Annual Club 3 4 Projection Club 4 Football 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 Baseball 12 Track 1 2 Footb ll Manager 4 Basketball Manager Mvced Chorus 3 4 Bow s Chorus 3 E Club 4 SHIRLEY FINSTAD ARNOLD GEISTER Arnie where are you" He doesnt hear He IS buried in a book both eyes one nose and an ear Football 1 Football Manager Basketball Manager 1 2 FFA 1 2 Likeable and lookable Dance Club 1 FHA 1 2 3 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Photo Club 3 Strut and Fret 4 Glee Club 1 .- 3-4 FHA 1-2-3-4 L 4 LARRY GERDES Full of fire mischief too -dolng thlngs he should not do FFA 1 2 3 4 Annual Club 4 Football 12 Baeketball 1 2 Track 12 Baaeball 1 2' Clase Play 4 ROGER GIRDEEN He knows that football lan t the only place a good lme IB needed Football 1 2-4 Basketball 1 2 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 FFA 12-3-4 Offxcer 34 FFA Basketball Team E Club 4 SAM L FRRIQH A qulet man he dount noxe ln claw FFA 1 2 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 0 4 Football 1 2 Boys, Chorue 2 3 Dance Club 2 Track 1 2 BLX ERL1 GIFBLFR GERALDINIE GOULFTTE She looke 'so not weak Dance Club 1 FHA 1 2 3 4 GAA 3 Photo Club 3 meek and IS NIP RLIN GROSS best of chips Football 1 '7 3 4 FFA 1 2 34 14 not a pearl but Ju noble all around glrl Dance Club 1 GAA 1 2 3 4 GAA Ofhccr 4 Photo Club 1 2 Annual Club 4 Strut 8: Pret 3 4 Off Polltxcal Club 2.3 Jr Red Lrosq 34 No Nmner no salnt per ha but then the wry std. .. H Q - , ls 1 , A I - l . H A 1 4 4 . 41 ' , ,. ' , . ' v v ' . I v v 'l 5 c . . . - - -H-, Q - - - . ' -Q- - Q ' - Uv - W ll Y! . 1 f- - "She IS not a flower, she - - . , . I - rv , . , . 1 4 . 14 v N- ' - . . , . ps: ., , .. . - -3 , . 3 X f , GERALD GUTTINC A man not of words of deeds FFA 1 2 3 but DORA GUFST When she sees a runs toward hlm Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Press Llub 3 4 Photo Club 2 3 Strut Ka Fret 3 4 GAA 1 2 3 Dance Club 1 man she French Horn Solo 2 3 4 State Contest 2 3 All Star Band 1 2 3 4 Horn Duet 1 4 State MUSIC Clmlc 3 Class Play 3 4 Choral Festlwal 3 Horn Quartet 3 Brass Quartet 3 4 Polltlcal 4 ELDON HAUSCHILDT Get behmd me Satan and push FFA 12-34 Football 1 2 Basketball 1 2 Baseball 1 ALICE GLTTING W hen Jov and duty clash let duty go to smash FHA l 2 Photo Club 2 3 Dance Club 1 2 GAA 2 3 GLORY HAUSCHILDT The onlv way to have fnends ls to be a frlend FHA 1234 Strut 8: Fret 3 4 Llbrary Club 3 4 Off Junlor Red Cross 3-4 Annual Club 3 4 Photo Club 3 Mixed Chorus 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 no 3' n 'Y' i -- f 1 rag, gil 1 :fi ' I - -- f if ' . I - o .. . - 9 li' . 'fir DUANE HANSON Schoolm has done for me no harm I stnll feel bet ter on the farm FFA 1-4 is I CLINTON HOLST CARVEL IIASE "Adam's rib has been the cause of all his troubles." FFA 1-2-3 Annual Club 4 Mixed Chorus 1-3-4 Class Play 3 Snow Ball Att 3 He studles physics deep whlle other classmates sleep Dance Club 1 Press Club 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Football 1 Volley Ball 3-4 ProJect1on Club 4 Senior Class V Pres Almual Club 4 PA'I'I'Y HOVDE DARLYNE HINES Her heart like the forest IS ever changlng and llke the forest xt has a FOX m Photo Club 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 Mlxed Chorus 3-4 Jr Red Cross 3-4 Homecoming Att Strut h Fret 3-4 Annual Club 3-4 How can I study Latln 2 3 I when I have DICK tlon on gm Q 2-3 my mlhdq Student Councll 1 2 Dance Club 1 GAA 1 2 3-4 Cheerleader 2 3-4 Band 3 Photo Club 2 3-4 Llbrary Club 2 3-4 Polltlcal Club 23-4 FHA 4 Off H0m6C0mlDg Att Annual Club 3-4 Strut 8: Fret 3-4 Sr Class Play 4 2 Llbrary Club 2 3-4 ALLEN I-IUBER JAMES HINES A sportm young lad--a courtm s hls fad. FFA 1 2 3-4 Basketball 1 2 Baseball 1 2 'Track 1 2 Class Play 4 Lead me not mto tempta- txon-show me the way Football 1 Basketball 1-4 Baseball 3-4 Dance Club 2 Annual Club 4 Class Offlcer 2 Mlxed Chorus 3-4 Go? 2- 'EH' U . . 5 it." ' ' . 4 Jr. Red Cross 3-4 Footbah -1-2-3-4 f I H . ' I I ' A 1' Q16 . , If - :Q print. MARI'I'I'A J ANISCH True to her frlends-her word and her work Glee Club 1 Dance Club 1 Band 2 3 Photo Club 2 3 Jr Red Cross 3-4 Off Strut 8: Fret 3-4 Annual Club 3-4 Student Council 3 Lnbrary Club 3-4 Class Play 3 J umor Band 1 IIM KENALL If you re out for athle tlcs Im wxth you study BOB HULVERSON Im Just the man Im lookmg for Annual Club 3 4 Football 1 2 3 Baseball 1 2 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Class Play 4 FFA 1 2 3 Mlxed Chorus 3-4 Prom Attendant 3 Class Otflcer 3 and you study alone Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3-4 Mixed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Boys Glee Club 3 Dance Club 1 FFA 3 4 E Club 4 Photo Club 3 Visual Aids Club 4 'f Ls BOB KJELSTAD WANDA HUNTER Genuine as a thumb- FHA 1-2-3 Photo Club 3 Dance Club 1 Annual Club 4 A Im a smart guy but I haxe a hard tlme cmg anyone Dance Club 1 Football 1 2 3 4 Photo Club 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 C0l"lVl.D JANICE KANEEN Wherever she finds her self m lxfe shell make a good addltlon FHA 1 2 3 Library 2 3 4 Strut 8x Fret 3 4 Dance Club 1 ,xfflr Red Cross 3 4 N GAA 3 ess Club 2 l X lee Club 1 Mlxed Chorus 4 17 ll I . . 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Q . ip, A 3.1 lj' f' A ll 7 I ' I i I ' , YI ll YY LA VERLE KINNEMAN Happy am I from care I am free why are not all be ln love' ALAN KRAUSE content lxke me" Mlxed Chorus 1 2 Dance Club 1 FHA 12 xy Llbrary Club 1 Oh Fellas' Its great to I-Iomecommg Att 4 Football 1 2-4 Basketball 1 2 3-4 Track 1 2-8-4 Baseball 1 2 3-4 Volleyball 3-4 FFA 1 2 3-4 Off 3-4 Class Play 3-4 Annual 4 Sno-Ball Att 2 Student Councxl 4 Press Club 4 Class Offncer 4 Dance Club 2 E Club 2 3-4 Mixed Chorus 2-3-4 Boys Chorus 2 Z, SANDRA KINIS A sweet kmd of grace Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 Mixed Chorus 4 GAA 2 3-4 Strut 8L Fret 3 4 Photo Club 2 3 Jr Red Cross 3 4 Annual Club 3 4 Class OHICCI' 1 Student Councll 3 Llbrary Club 4 Sno Ball Att Class Play 4 FHA 1 2 HAROLD LEONARD Small nn stature but 1 m heart FFA Club 2-3 Dance Club 1 study " FHA 1 2 3 4 Dance Club 1 Glee Club 1 BARBARA KLEINI Wee wlttg and wxse FHA 1 3 4 Off 3 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Off 4 Class Offlcer 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4 Press Club 2 3-4 Tr1o 3 4 State 3 Class Play 4 Dance Club 1 2 Strut 8: Fret 3 4 Octette 3 4 Annual Club 4 MARILYN LYNNER "When there xs nothxng else to do ewenxngs, I nothmg on me' Football 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 Baseball 1 2 Track 1 2 Football Mgr 4 Basketball Mgr 4 FFA 12 3 4 Off 4 Annual Club 3 4 Bovs Chorus 2 3 4 FFA Quartet 2 3 4 E Club 4 Pl'0j8Ct1OIllbt 4 RICHARD 'VIILLER We lne only one llfe why not take It easy " FFA 1 2 3 4 U' VCE A MURPHY mkle me vuth sugar d call me Sweetle Rxtle ji Band 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 Mlxed Ch us 3 4 -4 Pres Club 1 2 3 4 nual Club 3 4 Off olltlcal Club 1 2 3 4 Jr Bed Cross 3 4 ance Club 1 2 Strut 8: Fret 3 4 Lxbhrlrkj Club 2 3 4 as Play 3 4 S Ball Att 3 Prom Att 3 Student Councll 4 Class Offlcer 3 FFA 1-2 Photo Club 3 Track 3-4 Baseball 3-4 Volleyball 3-4 FLGENIL MANFRED Rudolph Valentmo has Mlxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 J 'W Octette 3 4 X JOYCE NIELSEN Though her looks are shy we re sure looks dont tell a FHA 1 3 4 FHA 1 3 4 Dance Club 3 Mixed Chorus 3 4 Clee Club 1 DONALD MELSTROM "A man not after every woman's heart." EMIL MUHLHAUSEN Hell make the bestest httle farmer For the cutest httle charmer FFA 1 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Chorus 3-4 Boys Chorus 3 Annual Club 4 Projectlon Club 4 Press b 4 DOUC' PFTERSONI ll'VI NORDGREIN A man of mam parts most of them loose Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 Baseball 1 2 4 Track 1 2 PFA 1 2 3 Badger Boys State Forenslca 3-4 Annual Llub 3 4 Press Club 4 Polltlcal 4 Dance Club 2 Clase Play 4 Eat drlnk and be merry Basketball 1 2 3 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 4 Claw Play 3 Dance Club 1 Photo Club 2 3 FFA 3 E Club 2 3 4 Football Mgr 1 Mlxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 31 I I I FRLY ODALEN Although I may be blg mx heart s bigger llA 12 CAA 4 Strut Sz Fret 3 4 Annual Club 3 4 Photo Club 3 Dance Club 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 ELDORA PETERSON Im juat a happy care free glrl FHA 1 24 Glee Club 1 2 MlX6d Chorua 3 4 Dance Club 1 Strut Sz Fret 4 Annual Club 4 Photo Club 3 JEROME PFTERSON CAROL OLSON A prlm llttle proper ht tle sweet llttle mlSh PHA 1 2 3 4 Llbrary 3 4 Annual Club 3 btrut 8z Fret 4 Red Cross 4 Claes OHILBT 4 bnovw Ball Queen Dont study your lesson lessen your study IFA 3 5 1' DAVID PLACE Glamorous ladles do not fasclnate hlm yetl Football 1 2 3-4 Basketball 1 2 3-4 Baseball 1 2 3-4 Track 1 2-3-4 Photo Club 1 2 E Club2-3-4 Pres 4 Badger Boys State 3 Volleyball 1 2-3 RITA PULLING Slow and easy gomg but she gets there just the S8818 FHA 1 2 Photo Club 2 3 Dance Club 1 2 Press Club 1 2 3 4 'Strut A Fret 3-4 Jr Red Cross 2 3 Llbrary Club 1 2-3-4 Annual Club 4 Aqk ,f LILLIAN PETFRSON mald s hfe FHA 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Dance Club 1 Photo Club 1 2 Patxent mdustrxous and exceeding shy FHA 1 2 3 Llbrary Club 2 3 4 Press Club 2 Photo Club 3 Strut 8: Fret 4 PEGGY QUINN When Irlsh eyes are smllmg Llbrary Club 1 2 3-4 Forensics 1 3-4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Press Club 1 2-3-4 Off Band 1 2 3-4 Annual Club 3-4 Strut Gr Fret 3-4 Off Class OHICEI' 3 Dance Club 1 2 Jr Red Cross 3 4 Polltxcal Club 1 2 3 4 Student Council 4 Debate 4 Class Play 3 Mlxed Chorus 4 FHA 4 Glee Club 1 WANDA PETERSON! Her heart lme shows that she vlll nexer lead an old DIXIF PRINIF Our lxttle demon 1 keys Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 Chorus 2 3 4 FHA 1 2 3 Off 2 'Z Dance Club 2 Student Councll 1 3 Class Play 3 4 Strut 8: Fret Debate 4 Press Club 4 6 1 4. ' ,, - y, - U Q I .k I . 3 - ,t' ,L .- . wx i . 4 A .1 " ' - Jn th .3 , H . - -.- A - ll ' ' 1 ' - - I ' l J - n - , Z - -1 . ' f . : V IW! ff ' .. ,, - - - gs ,1 , - , . - - A Aki Q . u ' - K A . - n , L - u n . 1 , . , 1 ,V 1' 1 ' f , X - It ' I ' 1 . ' 1 - . 1' - - , f F ,' I I 1 2 . ' - 1' .' . - ' , 1 , 1 1 , Y - r . , .' 1 A A ff - NORMAN RIGELMAN A fellow of sheer deter mlnatlon he saya what hc meane and he meant what he eays FFA 1 2 3 4 Student Council 4 Football 1 2 4 Baneball 12 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 MARY SEQUIN Gxve me tlme and Ill grow up Jr Red Cross 4 GI-IA 1 2 3 4 Dance Club 1 Strut dz Fret 3 4 Mixed Chorus 3-4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 letter FFA 1 2 3 4 Athletxcs 2 RONALD SNOW Llfe IS one thmg after another lone IS two thmgs after each other Football 1 2 Basketball 1 2 'Track 1 2 FFA 1 2-4 DALE SARNSTROM I dont bellexe m havmg dates figs are much mini' BFTT1 ANN SEIFERT I lowe hlgh school days but oh how I lose thoee hlgh school mghts' G A 1234 Pre 4 FHA 1 Photo Club 1 2 I xbrary Club 2 Jr Red Cross '34 Sec 3 Prom Queen 3 Strut Sz Fret 3 4 Annual Club 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 Band 2 3 4 ELLEN SOBO'I'I'KA A gal who IS worth knowing CAA 2 3 4 Llbrary Club 2 3 4 Photo Club 1 2 Red Crow 4 Strut 8: Fret 3 4 Dance Club 1 2 Mxxed Chorus 3-4 FHA 1 4. 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X V X ,Q Q Q 1, ,w Q U . . . 6 - 5 Y . . 77 ' 7 '1 A I - 41 v ' 4 qu - L , ' - - 'ss A ----1 5. . v , 1 Y ss . . , .. .- , .I I nr - - n .V , -- , i W MERA J EANNE SWANSON Her heart dw elltth not m her work but elsewhere CAA 1 2 3 4 Clee Club 1 Chorus 4 Band 2 3 Photo Club 1 POlltlC31 Club 2 3 FHA 3 Strut 8: Pre-t 2 4 Red Crow 3 4 Annual Club 4 Student f,0llllCll 4 Dance Club 1 ID It Forenbxcs 1 3 4 CAA 2 3-4 Pre Club 1 2 3 4 Band 2 3 Annual 34 Ed 4 Strut Sz Fret Badger Clrlx Stat Dmce 1 Jr Red Crowe Polltlcal 1 2 3 4 Student C ouncxl 4 Debate 4 Class OHICGI' 2 QHIRI I' X STUC l-GY FI L The blu h 1 bt utlful ut t ometlmf 1IlC.0llXCl1l en Prev Club 14 Band 1 2 ' 4 Cflee Club 1 3 Mixed Choru Photo Club 2 Annual Club 3 Cornet Quartet Cornet Solo 2 Cornet Duet 54 Forenslcx 1 3 4 Strut Sz I'ret 4 IJRLHI' RT THEISS There Nhould be more tlme for sleeping ln this IHNCICUCIUII I-1'A 1 2 Football 1 1 DARLEWE THONI Her heart IS dedxcated hCr countrs N serxlce Cmenl CleeClub1234 Dance Club 2 PHA 1 2 3 Photo Club 3 QALIX STOFTZEL Ex ers tlme Nhe opene her foot xhe put her mouth Lxbrarx 1 2 3 4 Off e3 IIELFN SWORD Oh to blow a trumpet Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 Dance Club 1 Photo Club 2 Annual Club 3 Strut Sz Fret 4 Press Club 4 Cornet Duet 3 4 Library Club 3 FUGENE THOMPSON Ah shucka If we say any thmg about hlm he'll blush Football 1 2 3-I Basketball 1 2 Volleyball 1 2 3-4 Track 1 2 3 Baseball 1 2 FFA 1 2 Photo Club 3 FAYE WIEBERDIINK I love hum when he IS near but when he IS gone there are others Just as dear GAA 1 2 3 4 Lnbrary Club 2-3-4 Off , Strut 8a Fret 3-4 Dance Club 1 Mixed Chorus 3-4 ALAN VOELKER Glee Club 4 Im here' We can start Red Cross 3-4 Class Play 3-4 FHA 1 2-4 Football 1 2 3-4 Cheerleader 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Magnrette 2-3-4 Track 1 2 3-4 Drum Majorette 3-4 Chorua 4 Annual Club 3-4 1381109 Club 1 Photo Club 2 3 E Club 4 Press Club 4 ELAINE WEBERG ART WINGER N0 cwlhzed son ever A smllmg countenance re per to bed weals a cheerful manner goes the same day I Cl b 1 h ts G ee U Fioiliall ul, 2 3-4 fgidlcgfsfzs 4 k ban mill 2 1 2 Photo club 3 Baseball 1 2 FFA 1 2-3 BILL YOUNG A promment member of the bachelors club Football 1 2 Basketball 1 2 Track 1 2 Baseball 1 2 FFA 1 2-3-4 Volleyball 1 2-3-4 Photo Club 1-2-3 now." IK il Cla 5 H1 tory In the fall of 51 the halls of Ellsworth Hxgh School were filled Wlth green freshmen numbenng about 120 We elected Danny Kees Dune Pnne Al Huber and Sandra Kms to 061699 Jerry Bartlett and Patty Jo Hovde represented us m the Student Councll Bet on the Panthers was our Homecommg slogan for our float Little Red Rxdmg Hood furmshed the plot for our Halloween stunt Jane Ames was chosen to represent us at the Semor Sno-Ball and chose Gene Schommer as her escort Miss Fischer Mlss Hoyer and Mr Wall were our advlsors Begmnmg our sophomore year we elected Jerry Erxckson Sally Stoetzel Barbara Klem and Jlm Kenall class offxcers Jerry Bartlett was re-elected to the Student Councll and Vlcln Earney took over Pat Hovde s D0 We were well represented at the Homecommg festlvltles as Vlclu Eamey was queen and chose Jnm Kenall to be the kmg Patty Hovde was an attendant Stew the Cardmals was the slogan for our Homecommg float Sandra Kms was elected to represent our class at the Semor Sno- Ball and chose Al Krause as her escort Mxss Flscher Mrs Vergm and Mr Wall advxsed us that year Elmer Dxercks was elected class president our Jumor year and Bob Hulverson was our VICE-Dl?Sld9I'lt Ruta Murphy and Peggy Qumn also held ofhces that year Jerry Bartlett and Sandra Kms represented us at the meetmgs of the Student Councll Al Huber and Sandra Kms relgned as kmg and queen at the Sadle Hawkms Dance Rita Murphy and Carvel Hase were attendants at the Semor Sno-Ball Our Junior class play 'Three Fmgers m the Door was dlrected by Mr Marvm Muller and presented on Aprll 12 Our Prom Theme Star dust, was an appropriate settmg for our beautiful May 7th formal dance George Barton and his orchestra furnished the muslcal settmg and the decorations punch and mood were set bv many other students as well as bv a vast majority of the Jumor class Betty Selfert was chosen Queen by Kmg Flmer Dlercks Bob Hulverson chose Ruta Murphy to be an at- tendant Thus our Jumor year came to a close m a very dreamy mood Alan Krause was elected president our semor year Clmton Holst was our vlce-president Carol Olson held the post of secretary and Jeannie Anderson was our treasurer Mera Swanson and Jerry Bartlett were elected to represent us at the Student Councll Roger Glrdeen Al Krause and Darlyne Hmes were among the roy alty at the Homecoming festlvltles Dave Place and Carol Olson reigned as Sno-Ball kmg and queen 'Turn Back the Clock was the tltle of our great hlt semor class play directed by Mrs Wlberg The pantomime of This Old House won for us a pnze at the Hallowe en party And so the Class of 55 looks back over these never to-be-forgotten memones classes plays dances and the best years of our lwes. CLASS FLOWER Violet CLASS COLORS Purple and White CLASS MOTI'0 "Today we launch, where shall we anchor' 1 ' ' , . 1 , .. u 11 ' ,, . . . ,, . 1 . , - 1 1 1 1 - . . . , 1 . . . . . . 1 . - as - 11 ' . , . . . . . 1 1 . . , . . ,, . 1 1 . . . H . . , - ,, . . . , 1 1 . 1 1 I . , , . . ' . ' ' , - 4 11 - - 1 ' ' ' u - 11 , . . ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' K Q n a Q o o Q o o Q 670 s W ll Judy Aanes wills her drawlng abnllty to Mr Brandt Mane Anderson wllls her athletxc sbllltl t0 GSU Abraham Jeame Anderson wmlls her cheerleadmg abxhtv to Pat Zu olenskl Cynthla Bauer wxlls her acting abxlxty to Mrs Vhberg Jerrs Bartlett w1lls hxs mghts ln Rner Falls to Chuck Gelster Harold BJork vulls hxs naps m soclal class to anyone sleeps enough to try xt Barbara Brenner leaves her wav wxth the Red Wing boys to Bettx Hartfield Dianne Bnckner leax es her love for Macbeth to next vears senxor Englxsh students Gerald L Bartlett wills has well groomed haxr to Charles Cedarholm Joan Bunce wxlls her quxet ways to Bruce Voelker Janice Chnstopherson leaves her Jolly personahty to Dale Nelson Sandra Chrlstopherson leaves her mce teeth to Dorothy Gustafson Shlrley Cobnan leaves her love of Fords to the Oltman Motor Sales Darlene Dahl leaves her quiet ways to Dean Nelson Mary Demuth leaves her seat m Engllsh to anyone unlucky enough to sxt next to .hm Nordgren Elmer Diercks leaves hxs class ring nn school for another year Vicki Earney wllls her chlpper mghts ln Bay Cxty to De Anna Kllngensmlth tion ing Bette Jan Enckson would lxke to leave her vomce to the tenor sec but IB going to use It m later hfe Gerald Ernckson leaves hls name and address to the girls of E HS Geraldine Fmstad leaves her shorthand to anyone wlth a long hand Shxrley Ftnstad leaves Ellsworth in the footsteps of Jack Hlnes Lawrence Fischer wills his basketball ability to the B squad Arnold Gexster wllls hls gold tooth to the poor people Larry Gerdes leaves hxs mghts m Hager to the Dlamond Blufl' boys Sam Gemsh leaves hls voxce to Audrey Kane Beverly Giebler mlls her speed to Tommy Gxlbertson Roger Glrdeen wxlls his big smile to Peter Kmd Geraldine Goulette leaves aferlm Gross wllls hxs bxg night m une new Pontlac to any one uv Dora Guest wxlls her haxr bleach to Nancy Anderson Ahce Guttmg leaves her ndes on the Bay Clty bus to Carol Rexster Gerald Guttmg wllls his speed on the typewnter to the Underwood Corporation DuWayne Hanson leaves bxs engmeormg boots on has feet Eldon Hauaehlldt leaves his clown suxt to Joel Wlberg Glory Hauschlldt leaves her pleasant manner to Jerry Hmck Carvel Hue wills hxs nights at the Kennels to the dogs Darlyne Hmes leaves Bill Fox m school for another year Jam Hmes wont will hu part m the Senior Class Play to any bodx , , . . . . v- . . . - - , ' v . v . . 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' ' u n . . . . vw s v ' v ' ' ' ' ' ' t v v V patr Pat Hrxdr leaxes her hardware store for the underclassmen Ollllfx Clrrrton Holst wrlls hrs herght to Kerth Hase Allen Huber wrlls hrs wardrobe to Gerald Kaneen Bob Hulr erson wrlls hrs good word for everyone to Julre Nelson Wanda Hunter lear es her vorce to Mr Paulsen Marrtta Janrsch wrlls her Job rn the class play to the student drrector of the Junror Class Play el' Janrce Kaneen lear es her mathematrcal mrnd to Joel Wrberg Jrm Kenall wrlls hrs study of figures to Mr Vergrn Robert Krelstad lear. es hrs nrckname Ole to the Swedes Laxerle Kinneman takes her talks wrth Drane Brrckner along wrt as she leaves Ellsworth Sandra Krns leaves her flnesse to Toots Halls Barbara Klern leawes her F H A past to next years presrdent Alan Krause wrlls hrs bowhng abrlrty to the Amerrcan Bowlrng Congress Harold Leonard wills hrs nrghts roller skating to Dick Leonard Eugene Manfred leaves hrs rnterest in redheads to all the blondes Donald Melstrom leaves hrs car to his brother Gary Rrchard Mrller wrlls hrs wave to the ocean Emrl Mulhausen wrlls hrs bass horn to anyone wrndy enough to blow rt Rrta Murphy wrlls her expression prp prp and all that rot to Nancy Beebe Joyce Nrelson leares her well kept books to any fortunate scholar Jrm Nordgren wrlls hrs dancing shoes to Gary Abraham Bexerly Odalen wrlls her grft of gab to Mary Ingli Carol Olson leaves her long legs to Lora Drercks Doug Peterson wrlls hrs nrghts rn the watermelon patch to Carl Straub Eldora Peterson wrlls her farr complexron to Betty Buckner Lrllran Peterson wrlls her trrps south for the wrnter to Mr Symes Jerome Peterson leaves hrs make up slrps to Jerome Guest Wanda Peterson says she wont make her wrll untrl shes older Dar id Place leaw es hrs report card to the school to be framed Drxre Prrne wrlls her musical abrlrty to Mr Symes Rrta Pullrng wrlls her post offrce to anyone who wants to play Peggy Qurnn wrlls her lore for Republrcans to Roger Peterson Norman Rregelman lean es hrs carefree and womanfree lrfe to Brll Fox Dale Sarnstrcm leaves hrs lose of Senror Engllsh to the Junror class. Bettv Serfert wrlls her roller skates to Monre Ames Mary Sequrn wrlls her excess herght to Dranne Larson ' 1 5 ' ' . ' to Y . . . . h h . ' . Marilyn Lynner leaves Ellsworth for a town with a roller rink. Ronald Snow leaxes hxs comertxble wxth Shlrley Salzman P At lloxde leaves her hardware store for the underclassmen patromze Ellen Sobottka wllls her chemlcal abxllty to Albert Elnstem Shlrlu Stockwell wxlls her forensics speeches to Bernle Brohaugh Sally Stoetzel leaves her polka to Wayne Funk Mera Swanson wllls her dlmples to anyone who wants them Helen Sword wllls her abxllty to study to Al Hemze Delbert Thels leaves hls halrcut to Sklp Owens Darlene Thom leaves her frown to Blll Fox Eugene Thompson wxlls hrs temper to Art Keller Alan Voelker wllls h1S wise cracks to Mlss Emanuelson Elame Weberg leaves her stories on the bus to her sister Arlene Faye Wleberdmk wllls her quxet personahty to Mr Johnson Art Wlnger wllls hxs curly hair to Pat Wllf Blll Young leaves his stature to Gary Anderson Dons Zlelkle leaves her last seat in class to Jack Zwolenskl To the Tune of COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS' by Mera Swanson and Jeanne Anderson We are leavmg you E H S A smlle a tear but we guess That well do our best applying what we ve learned here And as we leave here with hopes unfurled We ll try to make It a better world And make you proud E H S I thmk about my classes And I plcture all my frlends The games, the plays, the dances, The things that we all dxd So farewell memories, faculty, fnends, We hope we've been a credlt As our school days end, So here's blddmg farewell, Ellsworth Hugh School. , . . . n . 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Ireer to ' . ecaug ' any he -eralny ' a he. et ba 0' 4' '70-15 'Ox ooh' 14.41 J fv .of 00,00 40013 I -P ' Q56 - . 6-4,0730 Qs ee : IQ er: r ta P1211 , V f Bo , the U1 I a h bo n n I 36 I he b to 1 " t I C ls g Ia s Q o , obo Q50 ol ,of " Q, , 4- 'Lf Q1.,Q.,0 09 . A3619 "fr 'O - '7 0 15:42 X QIO ' Qfoq 4 OJ 02g 1 tacos sic . NW 4106, . Nhxed Chorus Glee Club 9 9 :Q 5 Q2 iw 252 B Q99 C' 3 2. '.' ' f 1 N X ff 'Sir Kenneth W all ls tht .adm or of one of the mo t actne clubb at EHS the FFA mednmg the Future Farmers of Amtrlca The offlcers mclude Jerrx Bartlett James kenall Alan Ixrau L and Emxl Nluhlhfxuxtn Besldeb mam of thelr other f1ct1x1t1e5 the FFA hm one of the beet work 1n thu club the Future Parmerb of Amenca Should be a. gxeat hand ln the progress of our fan' land THE TEAM CLUB MEMBERS A Q . X 4 , K J. ' U I' I O J , . N x X 1 V 1 l , . , ' . . 1 ' 1 ' "S s ' ' ' ' ,N . A i - , . ' , ' l . I ' : V., ,f s.'1.' . '.S, X , V 5 5 I . . . f v2 X -. , lv' w 1 "v I ' 4 A ' Q' ' 1 1 .1 I J lx basketball teams m thls area. Judgmg by the good cooperatmn and team . X .'.' I ' . , V K . J , X I' vb , X X ' .1 X X 'X ix Q F J I -xx ' X l ., E 'Q T N X '- tx x I , 5 M J , x 1 T I Q X 2 lv v Q ' - , 4 Q - A N I 4u.,1f'fff wxilx XM lf ,t,yx.J ggi I-7914 it 4 Y I- HE HONIFNIAKFRS OF ANIERICA XR fu 1 th futurt mth warm courage and hlgh hopv r ax a clear CUDSCIOUSTIQSS of seekmy, old and PFQCIOUS xdlue Y we are tht bullders of homes Homes for Americas future X H mleijvwhere hung vull be the expression of exerythmg that lx good f.11r Home-5 where truth and luxe and SCCUTIIQ and falth will he s m the stead of only dreams Nh are the Future Homemakers of PLTTICFICZ we fdu the future wnh Xi warm courage and hlgh hope Nw, out OFFICERS NWN xx OLP YLUP MFMPFR9 l LN ,QM Q or 'N t tx, ' , . 0 0 o Q El 'z :rin v"l"lAlw v .M 4 4 l. Q - xl bball it r xg W , of X' l 'Mx' o Ns ff Q 2 Y E N XY Y Yi J 'Xxx N 3 u i 3 Y X llllf - - 14 Glad The Annual Club is designed for the purpose of editing our year- book, the HUB. Mr. Vergin is its able advisor, and Sally Stoetzel is the editor with Mary Jelen her assistant. Rita Murphy was this year's bus- iness manager and Mary Coulson was elected her assistant. Membership in this club is limited to junior and senior students, who are desirous of a taste of journalism Manv are the functions of this club in the organization of our yearbook for many articles must be writ ten and numerous photographs taken compiled and edited OFFICERS Smuf ancf Qmf Glad Mrs Vlxlllams ls the adxlsor of the STRUT 6 FRET CLUB a club orgamzed for the eXpllC1t purpose of prornotlng school splrxt especially pep at the xamous actlxltles The club 1 comprlsed of Junlor and semor glrls and the OHICEYS are elected at the begxnnlng of the second semester The gurls holdmg 051693 durmg 1954 50 were Bewerly Glebler Sandy Kms Peggy Qulnn Bette Jean Erlckson and Rlta Murphy The club IS a very actxve one orgamzmg all pep fests sponsoring the annual Athletlc Banquet and selectlng cheerleaders They also are m charge of all the Homecommg Actxvltnes Thanks to the 0l'g'8HlZ8tl0Il our school spxrlt and morale are encouraged OFFICERS CLUB MEMBERS f-- .-- .' .. . . . , 1 . - - - V, Y . . . I . 1 1 n - 1 1 . W . . .. Ilia' l. 12 - q Ag LIBRARY CLUB .!' Z Row 1 In Kltch K Hausehlldt D Northey R Pulllng J Aanes P Hoxde D 71elk1e P lwolenskx and J Anderson Rom Z 'Vllss Rltchle NI R106 K Baker M Brenner P Kern B Johnson N Anderson D Bartz G Knudson and J Anderson Demuth S Stoetzel P Qumn D Gustafson and M Guttmg Row 4 M Nelson E Sobottka M Jamsch BJ Erzckson A Olson Wleberdmk C Olson J Kaneen D Klmgensmlth D Brxckner and I Peterson FAY OFFIC FRS SALLY GRACE Fortw glrls of the school belong to the Llbrary Club thls xear Al though all the classes are represented most of the KIFIS .are ln thexr semor xedr Lnjowlng, thelr vfork they also help the students as vnell is the teacher ln the choosmg of good readmg materlal the cxrculatlon of newspapers .and magazmes and ln the lnformlng of ox erdue books to neg lectant students The lnbrary club under the superx 1s1on guldance and help of Mmss Rrtchle IS a busy and happy club serxmg our hxgh school l ' v ., JA L Y v so X Row 3: B. Hartfield, S. Cobian, S. Kins, R. Murphy, R.. Thurber, M. JUNIOR RED CROSS Row 1 Mrs Wiberg J Dittloff D Zielkie V Earney J Aanes N Janisch M Ingli D Bartz P Howde B Gxebler M Swanson G Haus childt andJ Fetzer Row 2 Miss Ritchie M Rice K Baker M Brenner P Kern B Johnson N Anderson D Bartz G Knudson and J Anderson Row3 B Hartfield S Coblan S Kms R Murphy R Thurber M Demuth S Stoetzel P Quinn D Pustafson and M Guttlng Row 4 M Nelson E Sobottka M Jamsch BJ Erickson A Olson F Wieberdmk C Olson J Kaneen D Klmgensmith D Brickner and L Peterson OFFICERS Maritta Janisch Nancy Beebe Mary Jelen Mary Schumaker and Judy Nicholas. The Junior Red Cross is a. group of girls organized for the purpose. of service and helping others. They work in accordance with the Red Cross and receive assignments from the county superintendent, This year they have also planned some activities to raise money for our loral swimming pool fund. The capable adxisor of this group is Mrs. Wiberg. Jllllllll' Class Play On Aprll 2 1954 the Junior Claw Play was preeented under the dlrectlon of Mr Mlller It vlas a my stery-comedy mn three acts entitled THREE FINGERS IN THE DOOR The play centered around a Syl ua Long who had come to usxt her Great Uncle Mr Gregory Long Wxlllam Heppel Canel Hase Sylvia Long Cmdy Bauer Mxss Tessxe Tmgle Marntta Jamsch Ellzabeth 4BetsyJ Brown Mrs Wllllam Heppel Anna Paul Harden Mlke Denson An Offloer Thank you Mr Mlller Dora Guest Rxta Murphy Peggy Qumn Alan Krause Alan Voelker Doug Peterson The Cast Curtain Call O Clara Heppel ,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,, f ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffflffffffffffffff.'.',..Dixie Prine emor Class Play THE CAST Evelyn fEVl8, Palmer Mrs Anna Palmer Sally Palmer Irene Isherwood Maybelle Harrxson Hxlda Phyllls McSorley Barbara iBabsJ Johnme Stone Mr Arthur Palmer Larry Palmer Ollie Bannlster Chubby Bascombe Student Director Faculty Director Business Manager Barbara Klem Cynthia Bauer Rita Murphy Sandra Kms Judy Aanes Dlxle Prlne Pat Hovdc Dora Guest Jxm Nordgren Alan Krause Alan Voelker Larry Gerdes James Hines Marntta Jamsch Mrs Bernlce Wlberg Sally Stoetzel TURN BACK THE CLOCK presented December first and second was perhaps the most successful and best llked semor class play nn manv years Mrs Wlberg and many other semors b9SldeS the cast put many hours of hard work lnto makmg thls play an outstandlng presentation Applymg make up Al Gerry Dave and Emil Many thanks Marltta Sally Mrs Wlberg Mrs Wxlhams A well remembered scene O charles mn , .,..... Q1fliQQ11QQIfffQQQQlffffllffffllfQ.Q1QQQQfffffQiiLii, Hulverson 1 Student Councl The btudent fOLll'lC,ll IQ the Qtudant goxemmg bodx oi Flrlb N11 Baklaars 1 lt adn or thu xear The c0unc1l ls made up of two rep- resentatnes from each claw and one from each actne club Ill the school Rita 'Vlurphx 1 the secretaxx treaxuter Cu Plctured below are the offlcers of the E Club Date Place Jerrv Moat Al Voclker and Jxm Kenall Thls club ns the athletxc 0Y'g3Y'llZHtlOll of EHS athlctlc partxclpantx O ' ' 'l I. . ' ' ' 4 Q' - '1 ,. A ' Al Krause is its president and Cynthia Bauer was elected vice-president. ' , A 5, 'S I. .JA i. . I ' . , . . . ' , u u , , . L . . ' ' ' 17,44 WI Fhcher ou1 phx 1cal Ldlltilllfl 111 t1uctr,1 1 Il lx the GAA Th1s organ1zat1un enablc 1,11lN tu compete 111 more- and 1411111 txpes of games and othcr act1x1t1c u IHL phx mal u1orcl111at1u11 and Qklll'-1 The club open to ans glrl 111 h1gh Nchool 1 xcrx actne IH that 1t Qpomors many, extra currxcular ucntx Thc annual Fwlrp Wcck and qponf-1ored other dances basket xocxalx and other x IFIUUN txpl of vtle Fach xgfar thc L,AA also meetx the X 1lla NI 1r1a Acadfmx on both lmx ketball floors 1n Flgld Cllmllttlllflll Th1 war thc Acarlf mx u 1 flf Hated at hllworth although the tablet vurc turned at I-rfnmnlc Thls xears ofT1cers Included Bu C14 bler Bcttx Snfert Nlane derson and Barbara klun OFFICERS CLUB MEMBERS Il . iss , ' js' " - -1 '1 ' A ' ' ' S alfu lv ac ibut uf ' A 4. ' . ' . ,S ,'.,. . ' K . . C 5 'V .. B- 1 . . . ' U 'AS 5' r l.S'.. . - ' . ' . Sadie Hawkins Dance are some of its functions. 111 the past it has also 1 I , V , I. . , A U . ' , 2 .I l ,i AHH! THE ROYALTY! FHA FLOAT SOPHOVIORL REPRESENTATIVES FFA FLOAT BH TIIE JLNIORS IST PRIZE WINNING FLOAT aff L r' 'ff arfzai -2-,f F? fl f-I-5?'4 , 'ff "' ,. e9 K' 2-'W .7 Q-,E-?K FFT, ff 6"- ff 2' 1 Q- .ar ,- if 0- ? ar ,z If A5-iff' Cf. .K xtr- Z Klrby announces It Q Judw Q' ff' as 41 bi 26 pk 6 SOPHOMORL FLOAT ROYALTY fr ,rx SN:-Q FRFSIINIEN FLO -XT THE HIGH STEPPING BAND J ' S V -Q ' . 71- 1.- V M ' I n , ,, Z. I -F ' JY Q , fi , LC, Qi. . 7Zf 1 T i' i 4 X15 " - , 'rf A 'Q ' Lf . 5 4 -- , I rj - ' ' 3 IQ. ',S! - f , r af., R, 1- 1 - x- - P- - - , .. fi X at ,J , T . -Tiff "K, X I - s r. b- K - 'DZ JP Tac- Zfff - " ,- . 5 at :gl Na.. , fi Xi? V -2-f -+3 Lcd? ' ' Q' ', ' , , 26 ' 4 W f ' rr-V. ,a .4 , -A Q -kgn -- gf- --,F -1-,J . ' 1 L '11- e.- , "- .if .C an ,, K Z, : -R ! dl Y C. ' rf' :L-E.. F Q fg, F, 1' c-9,0 - 1- MVR .-Cf' 4' :T 1? Z. A F , . F-- .12 ' r ' is ,I -2 il -' N ff 1 ba? U J 4 , 1 .,.t- , jf i .-,B JJ- A m FQ Cl? 'Q f -K, if ' ' ,.: M'-H, ' LIE A 'QC fr K 8, '- Vg :lk Fl.. X :rf lu , . " C' "6-11 ' 6-. 6'-a , ' . H ' , H E.- " ' c--1 , ' ' "GA 'xr "'.- QL C F' . A z X Q K , ,PQ N , CQ, 5, ' . .. F, . - - 1 Y ' . V 1 1, ' - s PM f 1 Q, E Octohu let was the date of our annual Homecoming The week be form the testnmes began candldales for royalty were choqen from each cla N Lon Durck Jeanne l-laex-:ly and Joann Steiner were Qelected from the freshman claxs Sharon Kopp Mary Fetzer and Dlanne Larson Banu Beehc sure elected from the Jumor claes The Qemor-4 chose Dar ly ne Hmex Carol Olson and Shirley Stockwell as queen candidates From among, thu llst of loxellea the varaxty chose Judy Nicholas Queen and Darly ne llmu and Mary Fetzer as her lox ely attendants: SENIOR FLOAT FROSH VANDIDATES LIBRARY L LUB 2 ' J ' , Y , ' . ' ' . 's 5 "S, .. . ' ' . .' .'.'. , ' represented the sophomores, and Judy Nicholas, Mary Rosenberg and v. v , , ., ' ' ' - F .C Y . Q A. . I Y I K-l A 1 K 7 - . ing. QUEEN' CAROL die ' Sm-Ball Four Lox elxes Barbara Nancv Jeanne and Carol KING DAVE Jumor Prom GQOX ge Bafwn was QSM 'K M3 THE 'NIAGIC NIGHT 'lhe hlghllght of the yeax ua. of UJUI e the Iumm hom It xx C15 not onlx the mo t g, 111 ex ent of 1914 bu the blggewt and mo t uccee ful 1510111 u cr lung Elme1 D1e1 ckQ and the lox elx Queen Betty Ann Selfelt Bob Hulxewon and Rita Mulphv uele then attendants 10 9 Ggbig MY' eff I Reigning Qver this festive occasion on May Tth were 6 Q XSXQ 'YV QV S 108 7141? . 00 Sr S ,eo XY D W i i V I crown thee Royalty Rosal Couples Pose Relaxmg at the Coketdnl The morning after A L Affzleffc Banquet I'1cp.1rat1on for the Big Banquet 'Nlduh 2 1954 Llstemng to .1 xpudl The Octet Pcrforms Debate Mr Earl Baklmrs our speech instructor also coached our dcbate team Pictured below are Sallx Stoetzel flst Nlegatixej Peggy Quinn flst AHIITUSLIXE, Dixie Prine 42nd Negatnel Karen Halls 12nd Afhrmativel John Rice also a member of the team 12nd Afflrmatixcj is not pictured Claire Regis Eau Claire State Teachers College Chippewa Falls and La Crosse Logan 0 afory Pictured below are those EHS students interested in forensic work They entered the speech contest last year under the direction of M1 Miller and are working with Mr Baklaars this tear I . , , , ' - . 1 1 . 4. 1 i . - ' n - I I ' . , ' ' v . 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Senior Camera Higwry Baby Sally Mem iStoetzeD Marly ce Murphy Bm Glorx Ann Odalen B Chrxstophersons etty Ann and Jnm Hmes Fa,-mer Emll Elalne and Frlendb Al Huber Sands Inna Norman Daw ld Al Barb Klem E,-lc 1 , P How We look Now GOOD OLD PHY ED I I ASS Mr Bos Proxy Curly lJ1mQ Pnde and Joy! Fam Wherein Pat" A Slumber Party C" gg Jump' Whatfx the matter Buck" Removmg Makeup fWe thought he went huntmg fox'J Murph and Toot: How We Looked Then Cowpoke Krause ld THE GAY NINETIE S GALS Mary Ann Demuth Ueanne Sandy 8: BJJ A1 and Sandy Bev THE THREE FISHERMEN Betty Ann S Party QMera Pat and Jeanne! N Mennu Betty Ann Marrtta Doug, Al and Jim L-my Sandy Bev and Barb Bev -er M v 2 ,.,, ' Q 'vi , W A 4, l Y , l I ,VIP H 1 ' 1 W -.. rw- SN AP 'SFLTION ,--:ti BL Drnfr K ook s MWHWP BJ and bqumker Pete iibv-. Nlelx in Betty and Elmer Working on the annual Sadie Hawkins Court in Action Exczwatingr For New Addition Opemng Scene ln Clans Play Pep Meetmg Tlme Out for Moo Julce' Lurtfun L.1l1 TURN BACK THE CLOCK SN AP SECTION Jumor Class Offlcers Won IH bhop Jerry Guest, , N . :S I f' - - "'L f A ' ' , ,.rx5ji3g 1, ,Q A . - - C f 1 , - -I , -A ' n . . 5 f4WWf-K6 if N5 - gif .ff f ,127-if .. ,Q F 1 ! : EX Q' v K . I as X , wr". N ' -- , ff" 4 - . W - LVVA 51 - 1 , D . f 'P F5143 ' A '- X yi SGP. ' 'x,j'Yf1jfQ5Glt X' ,I ' 1 J N 7 ' -' ' 7 '1'-I u Y,1',a1 ' Q 1 " 1- . ' , '1'x ,W 1 I 6 V 'ft '1 H Q FHS Study Hall Packmg Sewmg Clrcle or Gab Feist? SNAP SECTION The Jump That ll fix er up Lxmbermg Lp 714' ,MM N ...W wa 1 4 I 9 v . . Y Utllxzxng the new Work-Shop SNAP SECTION FFA OHICQYR After the pep meeting Workmg hard Gary " Varsity vs. Faculty Nubwafhi WW Q2 M 2jM!?W fw fx My WW MQWM W W www ff Qwjfw M MMWZ5! wwf 4fWfwMjQWWWj W5 MMM Mj,' VZ Mj W A f , A ,f SLIM -B 7 1q,A T ZW!!! jf ' fu WW Q ff X ! W ' fy iw W ...f .1 . r 1 ,J If x K X 1 L J , C .,.1- Q Y L' , I 1 mf .V '- v n ,fl Y' P X Q Xw Varsity Fresfzmen 41x W .f my by W 4, W O ' Jffvhf V .f'f'fUuJ,!C JfjJ. WA' KW' .lf . " ,W FH, I M ff! 1 .ff 41,141 J ff' .W Ellsworth 'E sworth 'E sworth 'E sworth Ellsworth Ellsworth 'Ellsworth 0 'Home Games Perfect Form VVhate your hurry" 'N ff We must hfue lost agam' Due m to em Bruce Action! T ack Up and over Atta Boy Don Just llke flymg Looks easy Breakm' the tape l o NM-b - .Mau l 'Lfoyg , x-x-L , 5 ax V xxx., i , -.. ' . C v.. - A ., . ,Je '-ex W .X JK v N P ,VA N . KAI- k " S K LC L' , ,- . -,, 1.5 5 ' xxx,-,rkrgk ,K I -,Jw g- Qi--Lfi. X fe 5 M, e - e --A 5-N -. , They in iii! Vg X 5 AN, x ze.--' fx - N-.Q 'NVQ N J - ' November 16 Prescott' 40 ' -x 18 Durand , 53 J ' 'X - "3 " ' 30 Elmwood' ' 37 December 3 Glenwood City 72 NJ , K 10 Colfax' N x 49 ' UA' 14 Baldwin' '- 43 17 New Richmond 67 W - , .C . January 4 Durand' 65 7 Spring Valley 80 14 Hudson 73 I V- - s ' - 18 River Falls Ln- 61 21 Glenwood City' 45 28 Colfax 57 -L - . .p..-v 1-f February 4 Spring Valley 74 8 Baldwin 65 X N ,Q A , 115 Hudson' wk 49 - - --we " ' " K -18 River Falls' 59 - " 22 New Richmond' 50 ' 'Home Games -Y Mw... x Y-e-4.,X. '-'N M .1 - y.- A . K X 'Q-4. f--xkx . f A if j 0 1' r M, if ,Z ., iw 'ik H s 4. r INA, it I V' fi E Z '32, 5 M f wk David Place Senior 5'11' 143 Allen Huber Semor 5 10 SPORTS SECTION Pete Aanee Sophomore ,Brqqe Voeiker ,Y X V jSop!tJmore 1 5'7" 135 Jack Zwolenskl J umor 510 51 0 J nm Kenall Semor 5 10 Elmer Dxercks Semor 5 11 5 SPORTS SECTION Joel Wlberg J umor Bxlh Fo! Jumor 6 42 Jerry Moxt Jumor , x V1 .fr f Q 3 1 4,-ya 'H Q1 I J? Y Nz... 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R Q . 4 , f L, " I f. : IS , I J ' JIWZLQ, Congratulations to the Graduates' Q, IW ELLSWORTH COOPERATIVE E Bg h CREAMERY exam 1-1, SALES AND SERVICE C AdR ,gee S 41,4411 .lelen s Drugstore 3 E I I s w o r I I1 4 I X gl J 1 f X I X 1- 1 ' f ! l , , l l Your Men's an y's tore - Ellsworth, Wis. 3 FLLIS-Cl-IALMERS 3 S F Q B- -N-U- n emember 9 . O Dial 33. 5 - East Ellsworth . , W i s . , I I s I L- 1 . I can ?ut U HANDS 'MV BURTON TROK S SERVICE Station KAY S SERVICE STATION Phllhps 66 Fasol ne Ellsworth Wlsconsm Ell wo th Wlsc nsln CUF. BQXBIDEFCHES THE CORNER CUPBOARD LITTLE GRAND CAFF Ray Martin Proprietor Albl n Place Prop etor EllSWOt'1lI WISCONSIN Ellsworth Wlsconsm Www ai:lfU'W:e THE HOVDE HARDWARE CO SOPHIA STOETZEL Ellsworth wlsconsm Woodmen Accldent 8z Lxfe Co Ell orth Wlsco Sl I Goods Genera Dry Comphments f wlsm RG S Larsons Red 8: Wlute Store f afofzcos East Ellsworth, Wmsconsm East Ellsworth, Wxsconsln IN ':,,l fx? , . Q 1 ' ' M YI I A, i 9 S r , . 0 . 6 N . Q, - , L :Es W' A -:,w , " JY-- .I 1 , ' 'o , ri I 0 sw' , ' n'n ' o ' 9 l O 7'7fo47L I I I l av ' QMA7 Q-vvj-Cv? 0 ui I , 16-9,0 WINBERG FURNITURE AND FUNERAL SERVICE Y KL, I Theres 3 m your Future 0lTMAN MOTOR SALES Q55 4 STAN DAR D f JAMES CAMPBFLL adllntdltd- BAKERY STANDARD SERVICE STATION Ellsworth Ells orth WIS. LARSON SWANSON DEMUTH s 0+ SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION Elkworth, GUS HAMM Ellsworth 1 Ralph Winborq, owner Phono 9421 Ellsworth, w1lCOl'llll'l . anim.- . 1141 I . Ellswo . iseonsin U! M., yp Yak A 9 Y J V4 . ,2' f KX W 1 -sf' 4 4 1 If X' lv El? pf 1 I , I . 1 ' 1 I' ""k"'1Z?v-QJ7 jd ZGUAPW For Eighty two Years a Good Place to T ade The Boxrud Co , Inc Red W'ng Minnesota Hugh grade Dry Goods an Ladies and Children s Ready to wear Congratulations to the Graduates' Red Wing Mllllng Company Red Wang Mmnesota I! ,' ' I' o 0 I , O - 0 ' 1 O . 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