Ellsworth High School - Hub Yearbook (Ellsworth, WI)

 - Class of 1956

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A 3-4 Strut and Frot 3-4 F, H, A, l-2-3-4 Jr. Red Cross 3-4 Off- 4 Photo Club 1-2 Student Council 3-4 Forensics 4 , f- N.-. 22333561 , -nib 4 we' we lf" ,W X 5 will ABRAHAM, GARY "Tall, lean and likeable Band 1-2-3 Mixed Chorus l-2-3-4 Basketball Mgr, 3-4 Football Mgr. 3-4 Photo Club 1-2 Projection Club 4 "EH Club 3-4 f . -T K f- YV, V ,C , 'Q ,fix , . . r Q i s A , A J, l AMES. MONIE "Twinkle, twinkle, goes hor eye, who, we won- der. is her guy-" Photo Club 1 F. H, A. 1 Jr- Red Cross 1-2 Press Club 2-3-4 Girls' Glee Club 1-2 Annual Club 3-4 Strut and Fret 3-4 Band 2-3-4 F. T. A. 4 Off. 4 Class Officer 3 Sno-Ball Attendant 2 BACON. HOWARD ' "I came. I saw . . ." I 44' F l Q ANDERSON, JUDITH "Life is just a day, b ah! Last night." Photo Club l-2 F. H. A, 2-3-4 Annual Club 3-4 Library 3-4 Jr. Red Crox 4 BAKER. ROBE l. V i - ll Im no lad es an- , one is all I can andlef 1' Football l-2-3-4 , asketball 1-2 l ' 2-LJ fmrafk 1-2-3-4 ' . J X 1 Baseball l-2-3-4 , lf ' ME" Club 3-4 'Aj . kyfv' J U ance Club 1 f 147 .lf ' 'hoto Club 1 ,Qu ff -' H- ixed chorus 2-3 f!, lj IIA! JM Fo?s'AAClee2Club 2 ' if al' V, 4 "7 Annual Club 4 , V4 Q WH - Sadie Hawkins Royalty 3 J, 4, l ,f Mi' Class Play 3-4 E ' ,V 4 Student Council 2-3 X ya" 1 'dff f Volleyball 3-4 ff. V , V A 2.7 N P I A f 5 1 f D A .r 11,-"' BARTZ, DARLENE "So nice to know!" F.T.A. 3-4 Glee Club l Jr. Red Cross 3-4 Photo Club 2 F.H.A. 2-3-4 Annual Club 3-4 BEEBE, NANCY "Sometimes l have my doubts about this place." Dance Club l Jr- Band 1 F. H. A. 2 Photo Club 2 Press Club 2-3-4 Jr. Red Cross 2-3-4 Off. Glee Club 2 Chorus 3-4 Strut and Fret 3-4 Annual Club 3 Class Play 3-4 Sno-1Ball Attendant 3 Prom Queen 3 3 GORDON, BAKER "lt isn't what you do, it's what you get by with." Football 1-2-3 Baseball 1-2-3-4 Basketball 1-2 Track l-2 Photo Club 2 Projection Club 4 .Ei :A BEASTROM, JOHN "I'm here, but I don't tell anybody." Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4 Boys' Chorus 1-2 F. F. A. l-2 BAKER, LEMOINE "The football field i.sn't the only place you can use a good line." Track 1-2 Football l-2-3-4 Basketball l-2-3-4 Baseball l-2-3-4 Photo Club 1 Political Club 2 "E" Club 3-4 Off. 4 Annual Club 4 Prom Att. 3 Class Officer 2-3 'H' so To-xi gil , i . an BAUER, MICHAEL "Farmers are the Na tion's foundation." Football 1-2 Basketball Mgr. 1-2 Baseball Mgr. 2 F. F. A. 1-2-3-4 9 BREIN NER, MARY "A bgrrel of fun with Il iiifiiil attachment." Studoit Council 3-4 Photo Club 2 Prosseglub 3 Jr. R Cross 2 G- A. A. 3-4 Strut and Fret 3-4 Library Club 3 F. T. . 3-4 Class elay 3-4 Dance Club l CUU 'ON, MARY "If ains were dollars. she'd ave a bank of hem own." Glee Club 1-2 Band l-2-3-4 Forensics 1-2-3 F. H. A. l-3 Off fl Strut and Frat 3-4 Press Club 2-3-4 Jr. Red Cross 2 Class Play 3-4 Class Officer 4 Annual Club 3-4 Off 3-4 Political Club 2 Photo Club 2 + 1? BEHKTOLD, EDWARD f'Cheer up, the struggle IS almost over." Mixed Chorus l Boys' Chorus 1 nfl. FQ BROOKS. DONALD "Caesar was shortg Na- poleon was short, and I'm not so tall myself. Football 1-2-3-4 Basketball 1-2-3 Photo Club 1 Baseball 1-2-3-4 Volleyball l-2-3-4 Club 4 Track l-2 .. ,L CA RDELL. KEN NETH 'Just takin' it easy." Photo Club 1-2 ' -t,,1 .- 'V 2 I if S le it .SX BUCK, DEAN "A cute punk, who drives a clunkf' Football 1-2 Basketball 1-2 Volleyball 1-2 Baseball 1-2 10 F. F. A. 1 Photo Club 2 ,Q J L fl fy ' U . A ,.f ,ff if fl t !"'s . 'L' . A 1' W- ! f 1 "f xxla- f'f:,"' -Ai 'll ."Y 4 , , DAv1DsoN. GERALD j ,f ,. 4 .lt ,ff ,L ' 2, "Our football star, nt ' v nf V' . ly' , Pl 1.5 least he-'s out every ' 'A L KT? ' 'jf ,J B ' night" 4 K, z.Qf " lf 1 iff, QL' fix ' Fnnthnll l-2-3-4 HL ,fy '- 9,5 ,ly n " - '. :ff ,N I A Baskefball l-2-3-4 KJ I, , K ,ff ,, ff fy f-5,2 ' Bair-bull l-2-3-4 A .' X . f lf, -l , 1 "" Q Track 1-2-3-4 ld- !!,ff- ,lj C'- f. ..-.LL 2 'F . F. F. A. I-2-3-4 Off. 4 I . . Xi ' -AE" Club 3-4 . , V 12 I . 1 " we 5' f f ' W' 4 f All ' . ," ffv -iff" 5 . , Z . Q Y. X ' 1 1.5 . ' . .J 1 1' .F jj-" W fi!! f .f ff! 4' I 'V f A ' f' 7 f rl LMA .' , ' I ' l 17 V' ' . .-f '-4 - A 5 I .I inf V, I I, 41,1 f fx , f Wil J A A l I' ! ij "kr" X ,T 'I I f t : 7 f 1 3 f-'fb DITTLOFF, JOYCE . "J ' Tift 1 Q 1 L' . X Q . . xx L' ' wav 'i ff. tl S vi 'MN -X I i .. 1 'x "On deck with a smile she is all the while" Band l-2 F. H. A, 1-2-3 Jr. Red Cross 3 DE GROSS, NELLIE that is the question." Glee Club 1-2 F- H. A. 1-2-4 Jr Red Cross 4 EATON, SHERWOOD "An innocent face. but one can never tell." Football l-2 Basketball 1-2 Volleyball 1-2-4 Baseball 1-2-3-4 Photo Club l-2 A ,af A .-i'.g. . Jiz- ie , ' I if Q "To work Ur not to work, DINGEH. RONALD "I don't love myself. bu we're good friends" Dance Club 1 F. F. A. 1-2-3-4 Projection Club 4 Mixed Chorus l-4 Band l-2 Boys' Glee Club 1 F. F. A. Quartet 4 P. F. A. Basketball H EUDRU, SYLVIA "The less I say. the vet ter off I am." Thorp H. S- l Mixed Chorus 1-3 Glee Club 2 Jr. Red Cross l-2-3-4 F. H. A- l-4 Library Club 4 Annual Club 4 5, 5' E Y if wi Q.. 85 FUNK WAYNE "lf Einstein had only known what l know." Football l-2 Nlfzr. -l Bxislioibnll 1-2 Track 1-2 Baseball l-2 Student Council 4. Pres F F A. l-2 Badger Boys' State 3 Progcction Club 2 Political Club 2 Club 4 FETZER, JOAN "lf silence is golden. then l'm broke." Band 2-3-4 Girls' Glee Club 1-2 Jr. Band 1 Mixed Chorus 3-4 Photo Club 1 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-4 F. H. A. 1-2-3 Press Club 3-4 Dance Club 1 Annual Club 4 Strut and Fret 3-4 F. T. A. 4 . J L, 1 , I x -xxx i law: , 1 ' 1 W1 .If 4 3 v 1 , 'P 51" A 1 L il ff! 'V 1' jk W w' 1 7 ,L ' " J ' A I . . - ,I Ii' I. I . 1 , A , v 4 . . -1 ., , , :- . ,ff ff M 1 -N V. ffzf 'N 1 Q ill Kr 1 a l f yi! 1' L Mir, it ii fy Kr j Hifi! 4 ffycr qi, md!! I l f l ff ln' if , 1 I L I NJ 'L Q' i xi In .1 I L I f f .1 U A A- if , ff .aff . , f 4 ffl" '. . .V ,.1.f'C' NA f X - L X FISCHER, DELORES "She was vaccinated with a phonograph needle." Girls' Glee Club l-2-3 Mixed Chorus 2-3-4 Band 3 F. H. A. 1-2-3-4 Library Club 4 Press Club 4 Jr. Claw Plav 3 Vocal Solo 3-4 State 3 - - , Q -ru m .if re-' km f - 3 N re t S H S K. . .ii i We-3176. A U , , if 3 1 2' Til '15 Wi 4 Q A g f ?'?5.a2. : X . t x P 3 N M as ' Q 1 lZ GEISTER, CHARLES 'iDon't recite so loud: I want to sleep." Football 1-2 Basketball 1-2-3 Volleyball 1-2-3-4 Track 1-2-3-4 Baseball 1-2 Mixed Chorus 1-2 Boys' Glee Club l-2 Photo Club l-2 FOX, BILL "I was caught studyine once, but I've almost lived down the disgrace." Durand H. S. 1-2 "E" Club 3-4 Prom King 3 Class President 3 Football 3-4 Basketball 3-4 GILBERTSON, MARLYS "Love's what makes the world go 'round that's why I'm so dizzy" Band 1-2-3-4 Glee Club 1-2-3 Mixed Chorus 3 F. H. A. l-2-3-4 Off, 3-4 Library Club 2 Press Club 4 Student Council 4 Strut and Fret 3-4 Cheerleader 4 Girls Trio 3-4 Junior Class Play 3 Forensics 2-4 GUTTING. JIM 'tHe has a memory like a post office, all that comes in and goes out " FFA, 1 Football 1-2 Baseball l-2 Track 1-2 Photo Club 2-3 HANSON, LORETTA 'The only way to have friends is to be one." F.H.A. 1-2-3-4 Strut and Fret 3-4 GUEST, JEROME "All great men are dying: I don't feel so well myself." Basketball l-2-3-4 Football Mgr. 1-2-3-4 Baseball l-2 Political Club l-2 Photo Club 1 Press Club 3 Badger Boys' State 3 Proiectian Club 3 Class Officer 2-4 Track 1 Mixed Chorus 1-2-3 Boys' Glce Club l R GRAETZ, BERNARD "He would try anything once and twice if he could get by with it." Fiotball I-2 Basketball l-2 Volleyball l-2-3 Baseball 1-2 F.I-TA. l-2-4 le HAARSTAD, DOROTHY EIAXLLS' KAFEN . "Fears do not bother gal Whos not afraid her' ou can't ruffle to say her say." h r' gum ,,' Annual Club 3-4 Gfieeccluz 1-2 ?'A'A' 1'f2A'3f4, Off' 2 Mixed Chorus 4 . r Red Lxos: Z-3-4 Ph t C1 b 1 2 Political club 1-2-3 luz sg O 4 Photo Club l-2 ' A ' ' ' ' Forensics 1-2-3-4 Strut and Fret 3 Debate 3 Student Council 4 Press Club 2-3-4 Ed. 4 Strut and Fret 3-4 Student Director 4 13 HE zz, ALLEN tlalngh and I'1l laugh wit? you, study and you stu alone," F001 all l-2-3-4 Bas tball 1-2 Bas all l-2-3-4 Trac i 1-2-3-4 Club 3-4 Pho' J Club 2 Cla Play 3-4 Volmyball 1-2-3-4 Boyzz' Chorus l Projection Club 4 HUBER. MARLENE "Full of pep from tip to toe and always hep to make things go-" Photo Club 1-2 Press Club 1-2-3-4 Annual Club 3-4 Jr. Red Cross 3-4 Strut and Frei 3-4 FHA. 1-2-3-4 Off, 4 Cheerleader 3-4 Majorette 2-3-4 Mixed Chorus 3 Student Council 4 Off, 4 Dance Club 1 Homecoming Queen 4 HEINS, MERVIL "A minute man, he stud ies a minute and then he quits." Football 1-2 Basketball 1-2 F,F.A 1-2-3-4 INGLI, MARY ELLEN "True to her friends, her word, her work." Glee Club 1-2-3 Curtis Campaign 2 Class Officer 3 Jr. Red Cross 3-4 Strut and Fret 3-4 Off F.T.A. 4 Ye? HELMER, ILA "Sometimes quiet, some- times shy, but the rest of the time, 'Oh myl' Library Club 1 FHA. 1-2-3-4 Strut and Fret 8-4 5 HUPPERT, JACK "There may be better men, but I doubt it." Photo Club 2 Basketball 2 Football 2-3 Mixed Chorus l Track 2 Volleyball 2-3-4 is ft, f 14 fs ,mf KANEEN, GERALD "Sometimes I sit and thinkg sometimes I 11151 sit." F,F.A. 1-2-4 Football 1-2 Basketball 1-2 Baseball 1-2 Track 1-2 i , ' . " jf! N Q-rx -39135-.Lf .pry If Z , , A X! I-je Y P 1? 'l 9 DY X, , J, 'X . 9 Q J, Iv C f Q to of A ,V 3 x Q' f-,lf JFILEN, MARY 0.1, , f JB-' N' IV X ' "The gods gave her a 1 f Y J rightful share to make , ' ' V hor brilliant as well V J KW N V - I '70 W as fair " Give Club 1-2 K A lj 9' Y J Mixed Chorus 2-3 'I - At! 'j- ,f 1 ,f , f 1 Band 1-2-3-4 2' -4 , ,P 4 f I -v jf' Annual Club 3-4 off 3 My ' ' kj' ff Y-' f 0' Press Club 3-4 - xv' ,.f rf A, 91 Jr. Red cms 2-3 off 3 99 ', f f - ,,Strut and Fret 3-4 Class Off- 1 N X' f 'X om Attendant 3 ', ' jghoto Club 2 'pf ,V ' ' , f 'LP A ,rf Dance Club 1 '- ff'-X ff , f F.T.A. 4 - f f H , gf'A6 N Forensics I-2 T v ' if ,., J ' I N Student Council 4 'JL ,W ,ji f K J X All sm Band 2-3 , J J vi 'J t ,L-JK tv J f-M ,f V' 3 'Y ,JV ' f I f ' 4' 1 y ff 4 I l , X , A if My KANE, AUDREY JQHNSON, BETTB H5149 has personality 'Ashes too agreca e to plus and we're glad shr-'s with us." F IIA. 1 .lr. Red Crwss 2-3 Vocal Festival in Iowa 2 Vocal Solo 2-3-4 State 3 Octet 3-4 Press Club 4 Band 2-3-4 Mixed Chorus l-2-3-4 Glee Club 1-2 Trio 4 Strut and Fret 3-4 Class Play 3 make an enemy." FHA. 2-3-4 Library 1-2-3-4 Jr. Red Cross 3-4 Strut and Fret 3-ll Annual Club 4 6 Dance Club 1 V 5 ' 1 4. ,, 4 ' ' , ff , 1 fi 4 lljuvlffiff . X V I, 41 KELLER, .JANICE ' KERN. PHYT-LI "A regular girl and the "SMS filfgpl 111 hool. best of mis" bw WQW- Glce Club 1-2 UCC Club 1-2 Mixed Chorus 3-4 Mixed Chorus 3-4 -. f ' serum and Fret 3-4 off . ,. W - F-H-A 2-3-4 L Vocal Duet 1,2 ,1 I linnto Club 2 ' ' .Ik Red Cross 2 CIAA 34 photo Club 2 , f .Library Club 2-3-4 Band 2-3-4 " ' Jr. Rea Cross 3-4 A 1 F,H.A- 2 Annual Club 3-4 5 1 Dance Club l ' FTA- 3-4 Press Club 4 Y A , M X l 1 Ni l Yi 15 96 KIEFER. BETTY "An innocent. face, one can never tell Glee Club 1-2-3 FHA, 1-2-3-4 Photo Club 2 Jr Red Cross 3-4 but 1, Q? ' 1 KLINGENSMITH, DEANNA "She has a heart of gold and wants a man to melt it before she is too old." Glen Club 1-2 Mixed Chorus 3-4 Photo Club l-2 FH.A 2-3-4 G.A-A. 3 Jr. Rod Cross 3-4 Annual Club 3-4 Press Club 4 Library Club 2-3-4 F,T.A. 4 yy J ARY KNUDSEN, JOANNE "Her face is sweet, her ' ' "She sighs at many. clothes are neat, her - but loves only one." disposition hard to beat' ' Dance Club 1-2 Pima Club 1-2 J Giee Club 1-2-3-4 Give Club 1-2 Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4 mi x. 1-2-J--1 f .A.A. 3-4 Burial 2-3-4 Strut and Frei 3-4 All Star Band 3 ' I Class Play 3 Strut and Fret 3 - Dance Club l I . KLECKER, JOSEPH "Just call me tDoc'. I can operate anywhere. Football 2-3 Basketball 2-3 Volleyball 2-3 F.F.A. 2-3-4 Jr. DHIA 1 Track l-2-3 Homecoming King 3 LANDRY, RICHARD "Work fascinates me I could sit and watch it all day." Football 1-2-3-4 Band 1-2-3 F.F.A. 2 Basketball 1-2 Baseball 1-2 Class Play 3 Club 3-4 Political Club l 1, W .lf W, fi ff' , J Wfpffj. 5 , I I f , . y 1 1, 1 1 tml 1 i la 16 LEONARD, MYRNA "Sing away sorrow. sing away care, I'm off for a good time, come if you dare." FHA. 1-2-3-4 Glee Club 2 Mixed Chorus 3-4 Annual Club 3-4 Library Club 4 NELSON, BEVERLY "She never frowns, she never sighs, her rare good nature never dies." Glee Club 1-2 Band 2-3-4 Music Contest 3 Photo Club 1-2 F.H.A. 1-2-3-4 Strut and Fret 3 Class Play 3 tt in "s- LEONARD, GAIL "She's happy and gay in a mild sort of way" Band I-2-3-4 Glee Club 1-2 Mixed Chorus 3-4 F.H.A. 1-2-3-4 1 -is 13 '27 1 ,K E xt wx luff L t it if ,dai t Mr-:Ls'rRoM, GARY -'i i tt if' "You may think I'm h 5 ,Q ' 1' - quiet, but I'm really gr!" j ff ' I quite a riot." ' t p 4 Track 3-4 We 1 ff Baseball 3-4 ,A Volleyball a-4 . y A, Photo Club 2 Q .re 1 i - . ' lx 'D .7 , ,, -4:-ft ' I fl ' MU!-11.1-iAUsEN,MARv1N MOST' JERRY "What shall I do, to be ly' A-president Qi the forever kn0WD?" r "B:red" of Education." F-F.A- 1-2-3-4 Football 1-2-3-4 F-F-A. Reporter 4 J- Basketball 1-2-3-4 Press Club 4 -. 5 I Track 1-3-4 Annual Club 4 wg MEN Club 2-3-4 Off. 3-4 Class Vice-President 4 K ., 5' t C1355 Officer 1 Mixed Chorus 4 1' i . J Photo Club 1 Baseball 3-4 , , - bf ' Sno-Ball Attendant 2 'XC' J , K 1 Projection Club 4 1 ,, , ,M . Class Play 3-4 ,V J. -TIYJ f .117 " I t lk! '- r N V . L ,f-" X I ,, . -, I 1 ,, A f txt L1- 7 - ., in J L, J I .f , ,7 ,H 1 Y ' X , J ,A - , 11 ft rt!!! 1' 1 t fx' ' 1, ' lt! ti, 91 17 A NELSON, DALE "Teachers discover my faultsg they never ap- preciate my charms." Football 2 Basketball l Track 2 F.F-A. 2 OLSON, ALICE "I someimes wish quiet- ness were worth its weight in gold." F-H.A l-2-3-4 Off. 4 in Library Club 2-3-4 Strut and Fret 4 PETERSON, PATRICIA "She's here, but her heart is elsewhere." Student Council l-2 F,H.A, 1-2-3-4 Glee Club 1-2 Jr. Red Cross 2 Mixed Chorus 3-4 Annual 4 Strut and Fret 3-4 "S'1?' PETERSON, ROGER "I just love to help the Gardner." Football 1-2-3-4 Basketball 1-2 Track l-2-3-4 Baseball l-2 FVFA. 1-2-3 "E" Club 3-4 NORDSTRAND, BURTON "I sometimes drop into class, just to sce what's going on-" Football 1-2 Basketball 1-2 Track 1-2 Baseball 1-2 Press Club 1-2 Photo Club 1-2 PETERSON, VIRGIL "Just one more Swede that makes the world go 'round-" Football 1-2-3 Basketball 1-2 Track 2-3-4 Photo Club 2 Volleyball 1-2-3-4 18 ,ff fn 1' vi, fr' ,ffl 1 POLK, PERRY "Just a little Moore, please-" Football 1-2 Basketball 1-2 Track l-2 Baseball 1-2 F.F.A. 2 Projection Club 3-4 - 1 I 1 I X JAP. I if 7 ,f 5 , , ll ! I g .AIl!1!Jf,J it f 4 ! '. f , fl RAY, AUDREY 5 .k QBERGH M 'L "Selden d 1 9 an a e' ' never rgesilfln .,j:4glil0tQgL1b Z 'F alwa th ." , U - Gleeyglub f I .' MPM Cloius 314 Phorfxcl ' , J' Fgluay lub 41!-" r.H.A -a-4 - 1 - - 1-2-4 Pr. RAF S5 f Stag an Frei 3-4 . f f ,Library lub 2 'J ff f - I 1 7 ff 1 , 1 fa - f - 7 '7 ' 751' I , ,Y ff M119 1 1 1 X XJ I f I I '.. A I ,' 'J I 1 ff J ff" I ,-ffff' KW I f 1 ' ' 0 r f f x X f 'Lf ff I I- X i. If ff 4- X 0 f K f, ' I If f f P X C r lj M , I jARNSTROM, ARNOLD' fx fig-iOEDER, BERNAIYD 'I'm satisfi with 1 X v " ife's a serious proposi- myself wh worry-Y' 1 f f I tion, girls too." Footb 1-2-3 If f Q 1' " Football 1-2 o e - - - 1- 34 1 ' 1 f P 1 32825525114-2 fBasegQiflg- X Tggck 1-2 1 I' Track -2-3-4 F. F. A. 1-2-4 f F-FVA. l-2-3- Photo Club 1 Club 4, 1' 4 I ' I O 1, I -3, SALZMAN SHIRLEY "She reads the Bible- at least the David-son part of it." Glee Club 1-2 Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4 Vocal Solo 1-2-3 Octet 2-3 Vocal Duet 1-2 Strut and Fret 3-4 Dance Club 1 Press Club 4 Photo Club 1 Jr. Red Cross 2 Homecoming Attendant 4 m C' Q l. I ,V --,.n- X., W. .- 2'3- I3 fl 'f is V Q 1 1 , ' so-- 'im ,Ja 1 2- 1 , .F STRAUB, CARL "I was cut out to be an angel, but somebody lost the pattern." Basketball 1-2-3-4 Football 1 Track 1 Baseball 1 Photo Club 1-2 Projection Club 4 Dance Club 1 Press Club 2 Band 1-2-3 Chorus 1-4 Boys' Glee Club 1 Class Play 3 Vi i UMAKER, "Early to bed and early SWANSON, LORRAINE There's fun beneath her quietness." Glee Club 1-2 SCHUMAKER, MARY "Ya know one redhead and ya know them all." Ba 1-2-3-4 xx. ,L ,D V assxP!ay V- xl Mixed Chorus 3-4 - edcl E1 3-4 F-H-A. 1-2-3-4 ' Press Club 4 K Y' C l 2 if Enom club 2 F gf!! St t 5 N I trut and Fret 3-pl J - 3 0 J , R d C t an Fr R -4 . 4 r e ross 4 J I - ed gross K uf Q SOBOTTKA, JOYCE "Few do what f.bey're supposed to do-she does." Glee Club 2 G. A. A. 1-2-3-4 Mixed Chorus 3-4 Jr. Red Cross 3-4 Strut and Fret 3-4 'cus Z0 , C 1 3 . 1 A 6 lx M Qmgxrilh Xi !XJJ " Ji If K' IJ .mx 'Jill 1 I A ,g I ' 1 0 1 . .J V? . Ly 1 M L7 S H r . 1, V Q JV I '- i Qi' Q N 0 H 1 3 A 1 'si' Ai' cpl rj W' ,AN Pl XC a ll ' " li! . U H A guy whos worth ' knowing." Photo Club 1-2 'Football 8 Mixed Chorus 3-4 Projection Club 4 Class Officer 4 N 'Il 'Jjio 9 A P, x 6 THURBER, RUBY "Good nature is always good company." Library Club 1-2-3-4 F-H.A. 1-2-3-4 Jr. Red Cross 3-4 Off. 4 Strut and Fret 3-4 Annual Club 4 Class Play 3 ZWOLENSKI, JACK "One can't know every- thing so why ask me-" Football 1-2 Basketball 1-2-3-4 Baseball 1-2 Track 1-2 Volleyball 1-2 FF.A. 1-2-3-4 Off. 4 Class Play 3 "lf l xiii. ,Q , J yy SWANSON. KAREN "l'm not very tall, but l'd rather be short than not at all." Dance Club 1 Jr. Red Cross 1 Mixed Chorus 3-4 Glee Club 1-2 Photo Club 1 G.A.A, 1 F.H.A. 2-3-4 Annual Club 4 Sadie Hawkins Royalty 3 Class Play 4 Student Director 3 WIBERG. JOEL "l'd rather hug a bas- ketball than any girl l know-almost!" Football 1-2-3-4 Basketball 1-2-3-4 Volleyball 1-2 Band 1-2-3 Mixed Chorus 1-2-3 Class Play 3-4 Cgass Officer 1 " " Club 3-4 -Q17 All Star Band 3 ef WEBERG, ARLENE "I may be quiet but don't get me wrong." F-H-A. I-2-3-4 Off- 4 Football 1 2 3 4 State convention 2 Mixed Chorus 3-4 Photo Club 1-2 Jr. Red Cross 4 . W' If 1 A .ir 'f ' " ,y t A-rf J' MWF Zl Senior xw! WND SCOUTS ,mm LEP? 00 0145 DIZ? HARD T WORK nb 5,53 xi,-YXYXLR I 7lv1..k ,, 'Y P- 8 6 AUD WW , Wuxi 5 WE 1,6 Snapshots fx G 4" Q, Q P! HADQCHOOL -E' 9' .ar L no Ki Q22 2' 0492 .in 1 I-TDEN SOMETHING J piggy NY M3095 ZZ rv-vi 1? ' T , HM' mam A mow? XC: ww' X69 ,P Q 106 iimeff' J QS ' wi? G Wx Qfyjlffjfytjilf LASS HISTORY L ff! 1 Jmmyff Lf ln the tall of 1951 one hundred md twenty freshmen norsxly frlled the halls of Ellsworth Hlgh School We elected Joel Wlberg presxdent Jerry Most use presxdent and Mary Jelen secretary tr asurer Patsy Klem and Curtxs Prescott represented us on the stu dent councxl wh1le our advlsors were Mr Benson Mr Smocke Mr Ptttman and Mrs W1berg Our homecommg float wxth the slogan of Cage the Cardinals took thxrd prlze Our Halloween sklt featuring a polxtlcal COHVEHIIDH won third prxze also Judy Nicholas and Joel Wlberg represented us at the Senior Sno Ball In our sophomore year we e'ectcd Lemome Baker pre ldent Jerome Guest uce presldent Mary Ann Schumaker secretary Ju dy Nleholas treasurer and Patsy Klexn and Bob Baker as student councll representatlves Our 3dX1SOl'S were Mr Herum Mr Larson 'vlrs Wlberg and Mrs Huber Our homecomlng float featured a cake of xce and had the slogan Put the Vxkmgs on Ice Monxe Ames 'end Jerry Most represented us at the Senxor Sno Ball In our Jumor year we elected B111 Fox pres1dent Lemome Baker vxcc presldent Mome Ames secretary Mary lngll treasurer and Ixan Gllbertson and Bob Baker to student councll Our advisors were Mr Brandt Mr Johnson Mrs Wlberg and Mrs Huber We were well represented at homccommg smce Judy Ntcholas was the queen and her escort was Joe Klecker Our float entxtled Klck Those Brrds Around won flrst prtze Nancy Beebe was our attendant at the Semor Sno Ball Our class DIHY entitled 0112 F001 In Heaven was a success as the leadmg roles were played by Bob Baker and Mafy KTIYIES B111 FOX and NHYICY Beebe reigned OVEI' OI-ll' prom as kmg and queen a colorful event mdeed to end our Junior year We elected our semor offlccrs at the close of our Junlor year m Whxch me had a prxmary and general electron After much cam pangnmg we elected Leland Skog presxdent Marvm Muhlhausen VICE presxdent Mary Coulson secretary and Jerome Guest treas urer Student council representatnes were Wayne Funk and Karen Halls Our advlsors were M.r Vrgtn Mr Schultz Mrs Wllllams and Mr Plddxngton The homecomtng was dornmated by our class a Marlene Huber and Al Hemze were queen and kmg' The attend ants were Marlys Gxlbertson and Dxck Landry Shlrley Salzmar' and Gerald Davldson Our class play entltled Janua haw was a huge success and playing leadlng roles were Bob Baker Mary Ann Sc umaker Mary Coulson and Al Hexnze As wh school days wre drawmg to a close we surely agree that we have had fun and w hope we have learned th1t whxch 1 help u we go out of thls school My K W of M' ff My M fygiffilffgl' N MW W M' lflfw lt N91 Lim ff NW CLASS MOTTO LIFE FURNISHES THE STAGE WE SET THE SCENE CLASS FLOWER YELLOW ROSE CLASS COLORS BLACK AND GOLD Z3 , 1 ' l J 7,-1' r A f- l It 5 KL If A . Lf' I A 1 Qj- I ' ki' 1 -' I, jr m My J if Us, --I 4,1 ,v,- -YEL' ,tak 1f! , , t W aff tw JL Q 0' V A f' 7' hilt fff' ' W' f -1. ' 2 'LYS lf' " A L, - 0 ,gel ,U ' , L' ,J I ' 71 :f,f'1A', V 4 M , MIL , I H z VJ! f ' LA as If ,Lvl If k 1, I W ,rw ff 4 'ff' 'fl'-1 I JJ . ' . . . ' ' e v . . ' ' .' a .u . X ' I ' 4 X A md! . . . ' PW fir. 9 X lfrxp VX W ' f A M - My .J OA JJ' Z o 3 y ' A 2 . Lk C W Nb VJ' . ' G' ' ' I .5 x 'X A +V' wry more . f 'lfl -Lf , it ff' an , U . fw-ct? fffvvflf 7-aw' QL? f7 Ir reef-1 14Vv-1 ff'Z5Q47 W vane, K W ,gg by 444044 "A-'wrflf 'ff'-A-15" .elif-46121210 JAM 42247 224- W ,gg-fyrbg cfzfrue Lu an 'JV'-J 5 gy' D Qp aff W My C, yea M714 To the faculty m eneral and to Mr Plddmgton ln txcular we the Senxor Class of 56 bequeath all our red marks tn the grade books Gary Abraham doesnt wtll anythmg because he 15 not wlllmg Mome Ames 'fn cs bacl the hearts of the boys she has ensnared and hopes they vull keep them Judxth Anderson le'1xes wtth the hope that she wxll be come taller Nancy Anderson wllls her short blonde halr to Carol Hxlden Howard Bacon wllls hxs abxlxty to loaf and get by to Dxck Leonard Gordon Baker w1.lls anythmg to anybody who wants somethmg but wlho xx ants somethmg" Lefmoxne Baker xulls h1s football career to Dan Kern Bob Baker wxlls hts colossal football tackles to Phxl Fox Darlene Bartz wllls her contmuous chatter to Faye Camlp be Mlke Bauer leaves his grades m Ag to any boy who does n t expect to be on the honor ro John Beastrom xulls hls monotone to Mr Johnson Narcy Beebe vulls her may wlth the mxmsters son to Ed Bertktold leaves hls traffxc tlCk6'tS to B111 Buckner Mary Brenner wxlls her closet full of clothes to B111 Mil lers closet full the two best dressed closets of the year Donald Brooks wllls hxs small stature to Jlm Huppert Dean Buck wllls River Falls to anyone who cant fmd what they want around here Kenneth Cardcll wllls hxs overflow of energy to Eldon Myer Mary Coulson wills her abxlxty to mtlk cows to Roland Krause Gerald Davldson contrlbutes the followmg advlce to next years football players Dont break your necks unless you have to Ronald Dmger w1lls h1s oversupply of conf1dence to the Freshman class Nellxe DeGross leax es all the good tlmes she has had to anyone w'l'o 15 capable of handlmg them Ioyce Dlttloff vtxlls her sweet slmple smlle to Grace Knudsen Sherwood Eaton uxlls hls good looks to Jun Huppert Sylxla Endru vulls Anderson s Cafe to anyone who thmks xt s fun to work in xt Joan Fetzer wxlls her gxrlxsh glggle to Sharon Peterson Dolores Flsher leax es to go home to watch televlston Blll Fox gnes up hls posltlon as offlclal heart breaker to B1.ll Miller Wayne Funk w1ll hls democratlc splrxt to Presxdent Em enlhower Make good use of lt Ike Charles Gexster wxlls h1s one arm dru mg to anyone w1th llfe msurance Marlys Gxlbextson doesnt have anythmg to w1ll untll that weddmg day Bernard Gla tz wllls hls amazmg affectlon for lus old al ma mater to Mr Plddmgton Jerome Cuest xulls hxs geom txv know how to Tom Buck DSX' .Ixm Guttmg vulls hxs farmmg experxence to Chuck Rxley Dorothy Haarstad wllls her Ummmm personallty t Jeanne Haessly aren Halls leaves all her pep to be used by the classes to back all school act1v1t1es Lorctta Hanson xulls her knack 1n the commercxal lme to any other gxrl who l1keS to sxt on the boss knee Mervxl Hems wills hls knowledge of math to Mr Vergm Allen Hemre leaves h1s mtelllgent remarks m En lxsh to Dean Nelson Ila Helmer wllls here graceful slenderness to any one who could use xt Marlene Huber w1lls the honor of belng Hornecommg queen to next years queen Jack Huppert leaves hxs volunteering to the Army Mary Inglx wxlls her pleasmg personallty to anyone who lS capable of lt Mary Jelen w1lls her ab1l1ty to stay true to one man to Rosemary Schaeffer Betty Johnson leaves her shrleks to Peggy Young Audrey Kane wxlls her muslcal abllxty to the Chrxstenson slsters Gerald Kaneen leaves h1s undlscovered abllxty tn book keepmg to any brave prospectlve semor Janice Keller wxlls her Job at the Spot to Bruce Pld dington Phyllls Kern vutls her old flames to anyone who wants to bum thetr fmgers Betty Kxefer wllls her dreamy eyes to anyone who can dream of such mce thmgs Joe Klecker leaxes h1s ab1l1ty to skxp school to anyone daring enough to try It DeAnna Klmffensmxth wxlls her plano playmg abxllty t Liberace Joanne Knudsen wxlls her many clothes to anyone they ll Mary Krmgs wtlls her late hours to Betty Hartfleld and w know she wxll take advantage of them Rlchard Landry leaves h1S smooth shaven face to Rlchard Thom Gall Leonard wxlls her bashful ways to Marlys Delss Myrna Leonard leaves for another town wxth a roller skatmg rmk Gary Melstrom leaves h1s bashful ways to all the boys Jerry Most leayes and takes Mary with htm Marvm Muhlhausen wxlls h1s brams to the biology class or dxsectlon Beverly Nelson wxlls her smxle to Dennxs Baker not that he needs lt Dale Nelson wllls hls Halloween nights to anyone darmg enough to take them Burton Nordstrand bequeaths hxs excess wexght to J1m Wters Alice Olson wills her quiet dxsposltlon to Jane Krmgs Roger Peterson wxlls his curly halr to Gary Mountaln Pat Peterson vulls her qulet and reserved ways to Vera Byington Vlrgll Peterson takes hls 6 feet plus wlth hun Perry Polk leaves Dorothy Moore ln school for two more years Audrey Ray leaves her easy gomg manner to Mary Mc Donnell Mary Rosenberg leaves wxth the mtentlon of bccommg a hrxde Leland Skog lea'-es hxs studlous ways to Dean Nelson xy! 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Z4 JUYCC Svbottka DOQUCWUW YICI' UDHIE Hblllfy to D104 Ruby Thurber wxlls her love lxfe to the Freshman gurls Hemze That should make Mlss Emanuelson happy Marlyn Voght w111s hls prospectxve mustache to Dxck Carl Straub leaves his mek mme Sek on the study hall Leonard desks Arlene Weberg leaves her hope chest to anyone who has Leonard Steele wllls hls car to anyone who can drive lt ag much hope Karen Swanson wllls her durples to Mary Berktold Joel Wlberg wxlls hls athlet1c abllxty to Bruce Voelker Lorraxne Swanson bequeaths her abmtv to endure short Jack Zwolenslu leaves h1s love for Ag to Howard Helse hand to Dorthy Gustafson Shxrlev S'1l7man leax es her smgmg VOICE to Kenneth Mm c er Arnold Sarnstrom leaves hxs looks to Bruce Sprxggle lf he needed anv more John Schumaker leax es h1s Joke tellxng to John Rice Mary Schumaker WIIIS her red halr and freckles to any one who wants them because she says she is sxck of them lxybp V N it EKM 3 W t Q by ,gl jx Exiyw ww. faifod P M WP A CLLVB KJJJJJ Cla s Sofft' S' W My bww g JQUVYN Cdllz eJQg,Lfn,u:v CLGbUe2vV.oA,-2uX45.,4Q,g5,tJ7Q,6,J JV C,LfYkfNOQ!Q-A V IDXLNQJLQQ MOMENTS T0 REMEMBER By Rllbtff Allen .-X,-S 'fx january to December IK l hare moments to remember 77 2 rl! ,Ayw 151, Years Eve we did the town lb fm! 49-642 0, T e ay we tore the goal post doum We w11l have these moments to remember 65 lk I af dv, fy df yum The quxet walks the nolsy fun 77'd7AJ The ball room prlze we almost won We will have these moments to remember ffff X .MJ JL J f ff? 61,6117 L Alu Tho summer turns to xunter and the present dxsazppears A The laughter we were lad to share xull echo thru the years Vthan other nxghts and other days 4 A ,CA Xl x fmd us gore. our scpxale x .nys ,77L4 6 5 Q' 7 Cv C OIVKA f XX x xl Inu hes moments to remember J A7'L-0-'YL my La lj 'fm-' J f'j'uAi' ftfht UZ-4.46 J z,.,4 ff' Qfu-efn 'LU Mfyfp Z "nj" fn1!7!6A,-,fl 'I7 MIQVQ Q92 f -nv1Z.ffZ'7Zf2L!c6'd775L507"f'Z'97"" wp.: ,Mt fume 'C QAM ""'- f2"f"'h-L fi, Irie Kuff. ff' 'Mb ,fwd WL PM C WV 2f,4,,,k-, A7 ,Mug ed ,K-daily 141: X jk 3'-Left, M4f,4CQ,,c,.,,AfMvb6!ml ,irc Zu.. 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Davidson, D. Ducknow, M. Dahlby, D. Boatman. J. Christopherson. B. Hanson, G. Gilbertson, B. Anderson E. Cook, T. Baker, T. Falkofske, D. Anderson, J. Christenson. Row 1-N. Kitch, M. Rice, T. Poquette, B. Leonard, F. Nelson, S. lopf, S. Sarnstrom, B. Wilkens, C. Kaneen, P. Lynner, E. Peter son, S. Peterson, P. Zwolenski, E. Krause, M. Reynolds, M. Pechacek, L. Owen, J. Steiner. Row 2-Miss Emanuelson, J. Sobottka, L. Sarnstrom, D. Nelson, F. Pulling, G. Mountain, K. Richardson, G. Westfield, E. Ray, S Kjelstad, V. Weberg, C. Langer, C. Murphy, R. Thompson, D. Melstrom, K. Ottman, D. Moore, G. Knudtson, Mr. Bakalars. Row 3-M. Lien, D. Stockwell, B. Nelson, D. Kern, E. Myer, E. Webster. E. Place. G. Klecker, J. Rice, D. Thom, C. Riley, B. Mil- ler, M. Samstrom. B. Spriggle. I. Morrison, R. Zielkie, R. Krauss. as 2 :wh mem m!wf'Hf3.nwixlis-newest .ll..t. FQ WH ll fr r-' ffl rw' ff? O Dry' 'gif' J if - ul 1 v-it 'nxfi ' 5 :I .N 5 ., .... .-, F, 'l D 0 . Q Aix? A llgfaxxani yn p. if H 'Nl-ff iv A r T 'YW "?"' we CLASS OFFICERS SENIOR OFFICERS TUNIOR OFFIOERS -fi. Xf Presxdent Leland Skog Vxce Presxdent Marvm Muhlhausen Sec retary Mary Coulson Treasurer Jerome Guest RWM: wi? Q12 5 33 Br. um 55 an ... 25 A2 "1 34 ms so Hi? 7133 W5 '1 "S Dr-v no 915 we ":1 no .. O 3 D B D- U1 E 'P f W,W iff XV K I fl ffff V' I' SOP HOMORE OFFIC DQS Presxdent Ph11Dax1dson Vlce Pres1dent Hofward Helse Secretary Jeanne Haessly Treasurer Jane Sobottka F'R.E'SHMAN OFFICERS Y Presxdent Steve Funk Vxce Prmxdent Gary Hauschxldt Secretary Sharon Collamore Treasurer Ruth Jahnke .JUS f fs L ' ll - r. V a 1 ' , I , -f 1 V' nv, 1 X , 1 A 3 J, ,,W'iQ,g. X I . qs., H ' . 0 , IA A X .aff , 1 . . t , v Z v ' , 1 - v 'fl ,937 7 S . X w '- . . 1 , l i I - -l Q Q s 7x 1 S ' ' " ' ' ,CV 1 . ' g Y . W 2 g ' . .i. wc O X r 1 a , , Q D - J . - r . ' . I ' r ., 32 ' I A Jag? aw? 3' . n -ff 6 Q.. 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Ames, M, Jelen, M. Coulson, K. Rwhardson, J. Sobcttka, E. Johnson, M. Gxlbertsoxi Fu 1 'f Row 2-P. Johnson, V. Prine, A. Cummings, D. Grotenhuis, J. Christophersw, J- Rice. P. Ki-Hd, R- 015011. M' F07-2013 L- , . . .f . c Fetzer J. Cmwnhart M. Schumaker fi a 2 ' 5 3 5 , ,gy A g , - . . K 1 I ggi' K, . ,, 3 ' I J .V -gf ., Q . Q Q i - - 3 2. ' H ai I 7,561 77216 1 ' AWQ 5 QA , . 7 S gk A'i A 5 Zggt Q -3 Q ff.. we Q 2 'im 7 X, L is 1 2 . i if F2 K. Q 5 V L E fi V 5 L. f lf, Q 14 ' M 5 5. 3 I ' V, ' if fig: T 5 5 4 A .4 k fg iw 2 2 , 3 21 if ff, Jvc' 'E if L I 1 s-f g , K if gs ir A b J 1 ' j 4 F - KK If ff. rf , ff f . A ff cs . it H I V V- .1 , - L 1 X 5 x., xl- J, f A L, N , ,ff . 'X f 4 x ' w eff 1, f we ,K-f,Jc,HcQ 1 6' Iv 1 CQ- . .b XY 1, ef ,n 3 f , 1 5 , , . Q 'XL Q1 Y- Q I 9- Mb? f 4 -Z, Ct 7 I 1 E Kean k mt: ,- ,Qi . qt! try, ?,. Qi y A , J. f 1. V1 .zwkgb 4, cb gi 17 I M T W '-' 5 2"'f C if I f,""', rr" 'Nfl f K' ' 1 s A Cx i"r'z-KC'-Q-vi 'Q Cv!-Qirk it 8 L J fi ' Y - Kg.: KYQ . 9 f 1' Q- S -I 'e ' ,, I ' cvs- J xv' f X 1. J .V - Y "I f I 7 f yt? be., a L- ,AR - '25 QQ 2 YK? ,' Sf 1' , ' by My Av f -Z K Kg ge-ga k , Q 'P X- XC' f 91- X9 bl, r- AY , x Q 'St X ,'1 X es, F - 1 -jk, Yi ' -, CA Hx X J ,Nb if Lf C XC, , Q 'Q . H... X Row 3-D. Anderson, J. Haessly, D. Brickner, I-L Heise, H. Nelson, C- Hildenv N- Anderson. B- NSISOH, FA OWBHS. G. Abrahirh. Christensen, C. Murphy, E. Myer, A. Christenson, C. Riester, G- Leonard. Standing-A. Kane, R. Sohladweiler, J. Keller, B. Piddington, Mr. JGHSOU V , Q 1 - 51 5 , gf f e n e 2 ' n 3? n s if 5' . 14 ' ' 6 3 2 if I n L 3 if ' is 1 , H f ff ii i 2 E ,V V Q n ' 4 V , 5 I V Q 52 Y gf 2 z 6 U 4 5 f f T 'lb 'K MIXED CHORU J 2 3 5 2 .sl 'f g ,swing llufl .... -------W -.Y - W m . ... P' x 5 QW " J y 'W Q33 J... fel! 4 yspggj Eel " ye? 41124 'K lp,,ff X06 Vw ix 'ill 'l Row l-W. Hilton, M. Rosenberg, J. Keller, E. Krause, J. Fetzer. K. Swanson, J. Sobottka. D. Borst. G. Leonard, R- Schladweiler. B. Peterson, M. Raehsler, P. Peterson, L Diercks, A. We-berg. L. Swanson, A. Kane, S. Salzman. Row 2-Mr. Jensen, D. Haarstad, N. Beebe, D. Stockwell, M Krings. M. Schumaker, D. Larson, J. Nelson, G. Westfield, L Skog. M. Leonard, D. Ingli. D. Fischer, P Kern, K. Miller, D. Nickel, J. Krings. M. Deiss. P- Wiff, D. K1ing0U5mith. D' 015011- Row 3-J Beastrom, H. Heise, P. Kind, R. Dinger, L. Johnson, T- F81liOfSk0. E- MGYQY J- Rice, J. Nelson, G. Abraham: C- Straub. D. Johnson, M. Nelson, M Muhlhausen, G. Hauschildt, D. Odalen. K. Minder. GIRL'S GLEE CLUB Row 1-J. Poquette, J. Hines, M. Albarado, L. Gotzman, S. Bauer, M. Demuth, S. Peterson, J. Stockwell, A. Nelson, J. Schumaker M. Reynolds, B. Wilkens, B. Crownhart, J. Steiner, E. Christenson, W. Hilton, V. Wilkens. Row 2-B. Swanson, C. Kaneen, D. Moore, P. Place, D. Bjomson, M. Johnson, C. Molander J. Bunch M. Rice S. Bauer M. G11 bertson, K. Peterson, J. Howe, S. Samstrom, M. Rice, J. Steiner. , 1 y ' - RUW 3-A Chrisfensfm. C- Murphy. M Mathews P wif: P Young c Peterson D End.-u M samsu-om M Dame J. Christen . . ' -1 - r - - - - - . - . - y. - son, M. Lien, M. Krings, F. Fischer, M. Hilden, F. Campbell, M. Klecker. x 4 pf' GW .. A 'Y , .' . Y gg 'ss v viytjsfggu ro , Q fx J' 1 "'vY'1'v"3Vvv'1'f Q www!-Q4 'l gm. x an-. - Row 1-K Hase, B. Hines, D. DeGross, M, Klecker, T. Falkofske, V. Weberg. D, Stockwell, G Hauschildt Row 2-D. Bolson, M. Thom, M, Muhlhausen, H. Heise. R. Dinger, D. Foote, G. Westfield. W, Langer B Brohaugh Row 3-Mr Wall, D. Carlstrom, M. Bauer, J. Schumaker, T. Weldon, R. Zielkie. D. Thom. M Heins R Fischer R Nelson D Stockwell, J, Klecker, B. Schoeder, G. Davidson. D Murphy, Row 4-E. Meyer. B, Gvaetz, G, Gilbertson, D. Bauer, J, Zwolenski, G. Place. J. Suckow. J. Nelson G Kaneen S Lundgaard K Prichard. B. Hanson, A. Sarnstrcm. Mr. Kenneth Wall is the advisor of one of the most active clubs at EHS, the FFA meaning the Future Farmers of America. Besides many of their other activities the FFA has a very good basketball team Judging by the good cooperation and team work in this club, the Future Farmers of America should be a great hand f-. in the progress of our fair land, me ,x Q Seated are Marvin Muhlhausen, Mr. Wall, advisor, Gerald Dav- f-XN idson, Keith Hase, Standing are Jack Zwolenski. Dick Fischer, and kg 3 Bernie Brohaugh. N .. U . I 'N X x xx . X- K J K-N N A Q' . , X x f X CQ Li N Y' S 'Tat' 1' 5 ,X s v .4 ,QA af I Q 9 V 'V V1 .5 i ,Q of .4 F. H. A. Row l-M. Berktold, J. Steiner, M. Rice, M. Gilbertson, K. Mlller, D. Nickel, B. Hartlield , J. Knudsen, Mr . W'l1i , M. Ra hsl , J. Anderson, S. Klopf, S. Peterson, K. Swanson, A. Bartlett, V, Coulson, J. Hines. S X ams e er Row 2-P. Peterson, K. Johnson, L Swanson, M. Leonard, S. Endru, I. Helmer, G. Knutson. S. Helmer S. Legnard B Kiefer A, RHY. D- Bjornson, A. Cummings. B. Peterson, D. Bartz, J. Haessly, B. Johnson, B. Buckner F. Nelson L. H , A W oe ' K al: W. Hilton, J. Anderson, L Diercks. ' anson' Q e rg' AB er' Row 3-D. Grotenhuis, N. Anderson. B. Nelson, P. Kern, G. Leonard. A Graetz M. Hove, D. Stockwell, D. Fischer, M. Fetzer, A. Olson, K. Gardner, C. Reister, J. Christopherson, M. Lien. D. Klingensmith, D. Haarstad. R. Thurber, D. Moore. J. Gustafson. S. Bauer M. Huber. K. Richardson. c. Murphy. J. Fifi ' N The Future Homemakers of America is the national organization of pupils studying homemaking 1 'R XS in junior and senior high schools of the United States and Territories. As an integral part of heNx , 'X R ,L program of home economics in the schools of America it offers opportunity for the further deqielo X 'N ' ' ment of pupil initiative in planning and carrying out activities related to homemaking.i X l U X . X X is Future I-Iomemakers of America is an incorporated. non-profit youth organization. It ga1p?intq 6 xc Q , . t being through the cooperative efforts of youth enrolled in homemaking in secondary uh ls X building a national organization of their own in which they may develop social qualitleianfi piwiote X .I better home life for themselves and their families. L X I tl iq E x L - ' ' . X q x. X . x - .X '. L 3 , K A X - 5 ' L , '15 X X 4 I .' ' ' x A x Q N dx xx Arlene Weberg. Marlys Gilbertsori. Kathy Gardner. Mary Fetzer XX: X 3 ,X Y xi- X Q ' X, CX I XX I ' X 'X Xb NL T L 4- X is x N X .A X s X .X X 5 x X N . N - 'X K. Xa xl . A l K X . 1 Pi ff' , I 8 AQ !djLJ fr L' 1- T Q ' . I I7 ' F K' 1 J . Y V Y ' ,P 5 . Q , , ,K 4 V , ' t 5' 1 5 L ' , , l - i ' Q ' a ' f' 1 ' Q Q z A a F 1 , I A -T I Q V l W ' ,77 ' . ' f F 'X XX, z ' ' F 1- ' ' ' 4 I 1 jf' ' , W .I ' ' bf 1 f 1 ,J Karen Baker, Mary Gutting, and Delores St I , - Y J.. f l f" If A ' . Il , if K LIBRARY aus The Library Club is one ol our service organizations. Its functions are to keep the library and reference books in good condition, to issue the latest magazines, to keep the shelves clean and the books in order on them and to collect overdues. There are awards for these services: a certificate for the first year, a bronze-glo medal forthe second, a silver-glo medal for the third and a golden-gln pin for fourth Row 1-N. Kitch, B. Bjork, M. Peterson, P. Zwolenski, S. Klopf, Miss Ritchie, M. Douglas, K. Baker, S. Sarnstrom, M. Leonard, D. Northey, J. Anderson. Row 2-S. Endru, J. Anderson, M. Klecker, M. Matthews, R. Gould, F. Fischer, M. Gutting, P. Kern, D. Bartz, D. Larson, G. Knut- son, K. Peterson, B. Johnson, Row 3-J. Bunch, D. Fischer, D. Stockwell, R. Thurber, D. Klingensmith, A. Olson, M. Sarnstrorn, K. Gardner, S. Kjelstad, K. Buckner, D. Gustafson, P. Young, L. Peterson. ' N- jx gr 1 - ll I ...es ' 1' . Q Row l-P. Row 2-M. K. Johnson, A. Row 3-J. Crownhart, M. Row 4-M. In 5 - . 1' 4 ci , ' C ,155 ' I ig, . , . SI N' . I 'sl nl," N , . Y, 4 , 3 A . kj . J ' X ' . Q G ' is V uf v , KE . A ' Q 4' " ,,- J -av 1 md' Q, TRUT 8 FRET Peterson, J. Fetzer, J. Krings, N. Janisch, D. Nickel, M. Ames, M. Peterson, B. Hartiield, K. Swanson, V. Coulson. Gilbertson. J. Anderson, M. Raehsler, L. Hanson, I. Helmer, B. Johnson, Mrs. Williams, M. Brenner, M. Ingli, K- Baker Kane, K. Christenson. Nelson, M. Jelen, M. Coulson, N. Anderson, D. Ingli, M, Gutting, J. Sobottka, D. Stockwell, M. Hove, R. Brenner, J Schumaker, B. Peterson, M. Deiss, K. Miller, I, Swanson. Fetzer, R. Schaeffer, M. Huber, M Krings, D. Jensen, K. Buclcner, A. Olson, C. Reister, K. Halls, K, Gardner, R. Thur- ber, J. Gustafson, D. Borst, N. Beebe, J. Keller, S. Salzman, E. Johnson. Mrs. Williams is the advisor of tiie Strut and Fret Club, a club organized tor the explicit purpose of promoting school spirit. especially pep at the various activities. The club is comprised of junior and senior girls, and is very active, organizing all pep tests, spon- soring the annual Athletic Banquet and selecting cheerleaders. They also are in charge of all the Homecoming activities. Thanks ro the organization our school Spirit and morale are 211001-lrated. . X, W N Q N M V' X X Q 'x ii' 33 'NX N 'NT . X, '1 , .Q A W N v f is if .3 'Q ' - ic . x. e .N R, ' Sl .K N x, . . ., v , N3 N lx R .3 ' Cl N ,M is.. 5' gm N .Ng QNX' ix sd if 4 X, 5 x V WA NJ 5 . c X rx ' 'J XJ x -, ,, wi I, l'i x 'x X K ' A 4. k,...,. 3 . f a . J . , LBLIGUY J A Alfjxvgary f ehslexffgnd Jul' Nelson LU, , Q, fi NI-W oh, . .. .Lv qw ,L jglx V r V ,, J r K if f 'Y I ., L 1, ,. . J 4 , l , xxfvr 1 pvffj ff! CJ' A If . ,r H J . , fb ,, P XX I F 1 rt I ,U M. N t ,- P Affix IN' , , 1 .L .1 ', V, A 3. ,V V1 X L! ,Ji ,W .f' M' ,ov ,W ,N . ' wif' M 1 -' fvf . Us K' N X lx NN vlv V in J -1 ' K II N x L '-L pl' l 1 ll Ny? ASV! A' lb X xv' 1 J in l ' L L W ,L L ,YJ H Ir , W M 'b K' fi, V L .H W I. 'L - xx? K XV I X The purpose of the Annual Club is the editing of the year book. In compiling the annual, the members are assigned to do write-ups, take pictures of school events and assist in putting it to- gether before it is sent to be published. Advisor to the group is Mr. Vergin, Seated-R, Brenner, N, Janisch, B. Johnson, J, Anderson, M. Leonard, M. Raehsler, M. Coulson, M. Jelen, J. Nelson, M. Huber, J Fetzer, K. Halls, K. Baker. Standing-M. Muhlhausen, D. Fischer, D. Bartz, D. Klingensmiih, P- Kern, M. Ames. M- Schumakef- F' Jahnsmy S' Endru' R' Thurber, K. Swanson, P. Peterson, L. Baker. Advisor-Mr. Vergin. - ,Q Aa.- il -1-1-fx, f GJ s A f' f .5 .61 fi x ff X' " J il f 9 tx We ........ PRESS CLUB Row 1-QM. Gilbertson, M. Ames, L. Swanson, M. Muhlhausen, Miss Emanuelson, P. Kind, S. Klopf, A. Kane, J. Fetzer Row 2-G. Knutson, M. Riqe, M. Jelen, N. Beebe, C. Murphy, M. Coulson, S. Salzman, L. Peterson. -s Row 3-J. Gustafson, B. Buckner, D. Klingensmlth, K. Halls, D. Fischer, J. Keller, M. Huber, K. Richardson, ' ' V ' w' o I 5 0. . I I I I The Press Cisb has been- eiablished for the pumose of putting out the school paper. This paper contains news of school evenis and articles jvritten by student members. The "Panthers Print" comes 0111 m0l'lYh1Y during the school ye:-IT. Their advisor is Miss Emanuelsonf I - v I af X 1 I Audrey Kane, Karen Halls, Peter Kind I -.I Row M. Hove' Row Bjork. B. Row "H os I 0 O O 1-N Klgghh J, Sobonmv S. Ggulette, J. Krings. M. Deiss. J Steiner. J. Nelson. J. Hines. R. Bunce, M- Heins. M155 Fischer- Ni. Rice, J. Steiner, A Christenson, A. Gractz. R. Brenner. Brcnner. R. Lynncr. S. Kloph, K. Baker, N. Janisch. K. Peterson. A. Cummings. D. Larson. J. Finn, M- Demllih. B Crownhart, J Hnessly. E. Christenson, M. Rachsler. U 3-M Mqfhcws B. Buckner. P. Kern, F Campbell C. Murphy. M. Krings. M Lien. D Larson. K. Gardner. J. Christopherson D Stockwell. K. Buckner. K. Ottman. S Bj0l'li This organization enables girls to compete in more and various types of games and other activi- ties using physical coordination and skills under the direction of Miss Fischer, our physical education instructor. The club, open to any Zirl in high school, is very active in that it sponsors many extra curricular events. Phe annual Twirp Week and Sadie Hawkins Dance are some of its functions. Through a point system girls are awarded letters, Each year the GAA also meets the Villa Maria Academy on both basketball floors in rigid competition. K jyuff, .Iyyl me , ",M',1,L h' . L, CW! Kathy Gardner. Dianne Larson. Jeanne Haessly, Julie Nelson ffl V v' U9 ' i 111 Vw N' t ll ii . fy ' 'tio L. W ,1,f.U'7 ye I wi gf 'fri , f c A . W .1nf,ff Wy .wi iw f. LLL" ,07 Y Nad vi, wi "5 he W ,A if" A 'V W I .Nr , L, we ,N GLA!! ' ' C X . V rf' f ,JL . ov vi N -J A A .X wif 0. IP 1 F. 1 'J X J Y v LtI'+Xy'f5y ' -11 QQ' f giwfbff 19 Ns sbfo l. "n CLUB , Row 1-G. Davidson, J . Guest. B Voelker, G. Abraham, Mr. Symes. Row 3-D Brooks, L. Baker, P. Aanes Row 2-R. Peterson, M. Voght, J. Most, R. Landry, B. Fox. Mr. Bos. ROW 4-C Riley, G. Place' F- J0h!150l1. J- Wibe-T8 The "E" club has as its members. boys who have won a letter in a major sport, as football, bas- ketball, track or baseball. They sponsor "E" club initiation once a year, sell programs at basketball games and have school record dances. Their advisors are Mr. Bos and Mr. Symes. .X Nl , . ,A ,sf X, . f .M SI' Sir ' f.,f:,,1"'i xJ,3' N,4'bJ j of if ' ., J' M' W X , ,n.- N Ja. 2" ,J ' .X I K I , B ,B ,Mfr K y V ,wx v",7'V' X '. JJ' yjzf -,X f:5XN?Sbf"! X" YDY... fl 'L' ml-' W! of' ' JJ.-'1"',x ----y" NL lj' Lemoine Baker. Jerry Most Peter Annes ff FJ ,-D pg . fu 1.,r7bv .fi J' , xxx, Xia-2 fur , brit, -4 ,.- .ya x,:.ur , ,N 1 ,JMRAQES9 Mhf"' fi s .- E , s. ' 1 GI 1 ,. N ' ,Q ' .. , ' X" v ' - . ' J . fl , A w Q1 ' ri ,A': sz Row 1-J. Anderson, M. Leonard, K. Baker, M. Ingli, M. Brenner, A. Weberg, S. Endru, B. Johnson, J. Anderson, K. Johnson, J Steiner. Row 2-I. Fetzer, G. Knudtson, J. Crownhart, M. Schumaker, N. Anderson, D. Bartz, J. Sobottka, M. Gutting, A. Ray, B. Kiefer D. lngli, M. Jelen, J. Nelson J. Sobottka. Row 3-L. Swanson, P. Kem, D. Horst. D. Gustafson, K. Richardson, D. Klingensmith, Mrs. Wiberg, K. Halls, R. Thurber, E. John- son, C. Murphy, M. Huber, N. Beebe. J 9 :AQ Junior Red Cross is ff ervice organization. The members 'help with collecting of money for the I5 children's fund. Last year e Junior Red Crqss e a chest containing enough supplies tor a full fy class. The chest was sent a foreign schoQ. t e teacher sponsor is Mrs. Wiberg. X- 66 J 015 ff? Al n Tilf ' X 5 Q J KK Q Q Z? Q2 J 66 fj 1 , ., I Q x . X V g. , xg ecweb g, Q31-erica s ujey hu er. ang Agdersi? X 6' if igfgxi J 5 , f A Q Q 'D OS V x 5325 J .5 Q ? . ' - J 5 X Q? VN J . XJ N 4 r 5 4 Q5 4 Vi 5 3 2 5 53 4 " ff37j'jlJ5?: X 1 A -S X if D 3 . J ki f, 5 K 3? 2 x Qi j in reno U fig Q- 4 STUDE T CDUNCIL ' Vw.: Seated-J. Nelson, M. Ames, M. Gilbertson, M. Huber, W. Funk. lvl. Jelen. B. Haugrose, A. Cummings QQ! 'Lv Standing-J. Wiberg, K. Halls. E. Johnson. K. Gardner, P. Johnson. Mr. Bskalars M. Brenner. N. Anderson. C. Cederholm T f Y Buckner, B. Spriggle. N? - The Student Council is a democratic organization in which the student body can participate in v J i planning school activities and solving problems which may arise it ls com osed of elected re re- ., . p p i l sentatives from each school class and club. Mr. Bakalars is the advisor to the group- iii N fl lygifw fill 7? nw . 'l awk l wo . . oi ex X - mf ' 'ffikgi .S 1 VX 7 Ee? SW f s R7 Borst, C. Kaneen. L TZ! F. T. A. F.T.A. was started last year for Lhose interested in teaching as a profession. Their main service to the school is relief teaching. Material about teaching is made available to members of the clun. The F.T.A. is a national organization working for better teachers in the future. 'I'he advisors for this club are Mr. Brandt and Mrs. Huber. . KJ -. - E 1 al Q we . I K ,Qi .ll. Row 1--J Fetzer, A. Christenson, N. Janisch, K. Baker, Mrs. Huber, Mr. Brandt, J. Haessly, M. Brenner, M. Ingli, M. Raehsler Row 2-G. Knutson, J, Nelson, D. Bartz, P. Kern, R. Schaeffer, D, Ingli, A. Graetz, R. Brenner, J. Crownhart, M. Jelen, J. Sobottka Row 3-M. Ames, D. Jenson, D. Fischer, D. Klingensmith, M, Lien, J. Christopherson, K. Richardson, D. Gustafson, K. Buckner D li I 1 Q PRCJECTICN CLUB N Al Helnze, Perry Polk, Leland Skog, Jerry Most, Gary Abraham, Bruce Voelker Gordon Baker, Skip Owens, Don Mountain. Ronald Dinger. Peter Kind. Mr. Vergin. N XX 5 L . sa w' N A Vi 2 The Projection Club is one of the newer and more active clubs in school. Its service function is AXA is to show educational films to classes for the teachers. Its membership is alrnost entirely made up of RX Y ,N Q N senior boys. Their capable advisor is Mr. Vcerninix Egg QL? il SQA? 'ax X S. x ' le S SHE- x Q gk' - Q Q f - A .4 - . 1 P ' P x AP' J . rs Ei A X V .KX Qi A Q X X 'x ? T' Q X ix? X K X S ff ? in . -e gi X X X X5 N N , ea N Q X Y -- x QS ' T-L 'S R is X xv . E N 5 Seated - Rum Jahnke Julie Nelson, Pauline JQ son, Gai-yi 8 EN 5 KR 5 ' Hauschildt. X ' ' -i R N3 Xe Standing -- Peter Kind, Howard Heise, David Brickner, Bernieg Q , E A kk Q X, X, b 'Xu' Q Brohough, John Rice. Mr, Bakalars, - I I . 'IQ X rx N XR Q Q X , are r i r Q- 3 Ls EXW .S N W P1 r 2 if s :sei S ,.,, I I: A fu " M2 P ' tx jj Q X - I so be S .A X - l e X 'ii 'A 5' W SL 'N L 3 ! .V ,fx :Q LX 'gig Q' . ' Ll',?"1 M -' J . Q mga sr I A' in - - R 'Q x t-R N . . 5 3 it xx .X it SN' Q' N - x . i x x. as A X, ' S X N ik 'X 3 fx'fV.5iN - P X Q x 3. 5 3593 , Q I N. A y Q 'Ng q ,ix QX : iw 52 Junior Class Pla CAST OF Rev- William H. Spence -, Hope Spence ........... Hartzell .............. Eileen ..... Dr. Romer --- Louise ..... Maria .... Molly .... Ronnie --- Letty .......... Mrs Sandow .... Mrs. Digby .... Georgie ......... Mrs. Cambridge --- Mrs. Jellison .... Major Cooper ....... Bishop Sherwood --- Director .......... Student Director .... CHARACTERS THAN .KS TO Bob Baker - ij:-Mary Krings ---- Jerry ,Most ---- Audrey Kane ----- Joel Wiberg --- Nan Gilbertson --- Beverly Nelson --- Mary Coulson --- Allen Heinze --- Mary Brenner ---- Nancy Beebe --- Delores Fischer Francis Johnson Marlys Gilbertson ----- Ruby Thurber ------- Carl Straub ---- Jack Zwolenski --- E. J. Bakalars ---- Karen Swanson On the evening ot April 12, 1955, the junior class presented their class play entitled ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN It was the story of a Methodist minister and his family and their attempt to be accept ed by a new congregation. Mr. Earl Bakalars directed the play. Senior Class Play wa QGJCWU? - NGN U, bw ' Frieda ........ Herbert Gage -V Sarah Gage --- Paula Gage --- Marge Gage ..... Barbara Gage ...... George Husted ....... Jonathan Rockwood Mathilda Rockwood Mr. Loomis - ...,, MW, Uncle Walter ....... Matt Rockwood -M Carson ........ ,. Constable ..... Director ,,,.,,, -M Student Director .,.. Business Manager .... CAST OF CHARACTERS --- Mary Brenner -------- Bob Baker --- Karen Swanson ---- Nancy Beebe -- Mary Schumaker - Mary Rosenberg ------ Jerry Most --- Allen Heinze --- Mary Coulson --- Wayne Funk --- Dale Nelson ---,- Joel Wiberg --- Jerome Guest --- Gary Abraham Bernice A. Wiberg ----- Karen Halls ----- Joan Fetzer gnef. VYJJQL 30-tv' A. Warhammer Tiiib jf 'X i rj ' 1 MLIZV1 !f,Q,UV1.r,,. WJ WW but r, L AH' foil -5 55135359 GENE f - MM? QD, ,Www df J fo QJMDQ. w-2 CW! zu , , ' N Q, ' clinic ONE HAPPY FAMILY Poor: FATLER. MW f I F I is Y ,L 1,0 Aide? Jgisi MN OMMJW 5 mm- f Mhegsfoioiww f .ffw X-12D5.Z'QnZ:xeZ":fQy 4 ffwj for The Senior class play eiititl JANUARY THAW, which resented Monday evening. Decem- ber 5, 1955, was a hilarious comedy enjoyed by all. The story was woven around a New York tam- ily, who mcved ot Connecticut and the trials they went through when the former owners returned and claimed their home. The play was under the able direction ol Mrs. Bernice Wiberl. 49 Homecoming 4'-VH YEEEL. QUE STXXNHQ X. EY pm --' SO PXHONORE Fw D QRXZE UN CLUB-"TMR 17' 5 JUNIOR CLA!! .,S FLG ' AT mx GMFL OAI- 7th 4 8 FFR PWM FLOAT 311-TQ NN 'iwglr VN -- 50 aff Royalty U ALL READY TO GO GERALD DAVIDSON - - - HALFBACK -vi KING AL HEINZE - - - FULLBACK .7 fi K .. ,W he BEFORE THE PARADE RICHARD L ANDHY - - - GUARD lifsi' '!'I'l'fl v READY FOR HALF-TIME SHOW MORE PRACTICE Our annual Homecoming was held on October 6- Three candidates tor queen were chosen b Y nach of the classes. The varsity Slotball squad then elected their queen and attendants from among ihese twelve. Those chosen were three senior oandidates, Marlene Huber, queen, Marlys Gilbertson and Shirley Salzman. attendants. These girls then picked their escorts, also all seniors, Allan Helnw. Richard Landry and Gerald Davidson, respectively. The game was preceded by a parade ln the after- nr-nn. We played Colfax and tied thern in a 0 to 0 same The game was followed by a dance at the rL'hOI'l v.-here Marlene and AJ were crowned. FRESHMAN FLOAT ---- SECOND PRIZE AT THE DANCE tl Q' C . ""P', THE PARADE FHA FLOAT SUBSTITUTION CN THE DANCE FLOOR Bg0Y4'3' Arm? A HARD womcrnc- QUEEN PROM CAPTI ATES SPRI G FANTASY Oh's and ah's were heard as the prom-goers entered the beautifully decorated Ellsworth High School gym on April 29, 1955, The Juniors had chosen "String of Pearls" as their theme using an un- derwater motlf including a treasure chest, clam shell serving as the throne, seaweed, tish, and a huge pearl for the punch stand, all adding to the atmosphere. The string of pearls was hung across the stage. Our music was furnished by George Barton's Orchestra. Reignlng over this successful event were King Bill Fox and Queen Nancy Beebe attended by Mary -701611 and Lemffine BURU- AFTER PROM CREW THE PAUSE THAT amrmssrms MOMENTS To m4EMBER ROYALTY LEADS BILL II9.2TC'1I n QW' Y fs- ' f T5 . . QJ1 CORONATION ACCOMPLISHED REFRESHMENT TIME GRAND MARCH swf U1 7 4 42,45 OUR HAPPY QUEEN Ig. . x I-1719+ 5 n-1-P fJl,.uI-uzsbaf Y fjJ.a--.I--fel-K..4 79fU4n4rv,-,u4L4,,,CweL.3o M I I 4 ' uljkalqlwl we-0-.-6 gfrn' iwff FACULTY Ro3f'74'f'7E8 fwww wiQ 1 1 Vim! GRAND BLHW' CLASS ELECTIO S 'R T The Student Councxl undertook class electlon as thelr proJect Students mterested ln runmng for 0ff1C6 submxtted thexr names and the contest began Campzngnmg was under way ln many forms wxth banners buttons sxgns posters and blackboards f111ed wxth catchy saymgs drawmg the atten tions of the v ers Prlmarxes were held to narrow the number down to 2 seekmg Off1CS The fmal lectxon w sxh Id ay Sth The wmners are the present 19a5 56 class offxcers Thxs form of elec ron was !?tuf!'EC W8 hope It w111 be contmued THr- P.Lnc.TION K, 3' M ,K qw f "'.!'h 56 3 ' 1. Wfff Qui JV X fa QQJQXQD Bos BAKER " ' AND X Q -.. CAPTAIN LEMOINE HALFBACK A X X X3 big X6 A p 1 , X . N -. N X BAKER X X X, X pq 565g ,ffl O x x A MEM wb X - x - .ff- X .f-' xg.,-f"-1 XXEQX 5 X ,.f-"'fAOAc'r1 x..'Z f. JOE WIBEHG END I 'X X Xi, E UN s.,f 'X i K X 4 sy How 1-R Lnndry. A Szirnsirom. R Peterson, A. Heinze, L, Baker, F. Johnson. J. Wiberg, G, Davidson, M Voght, B. Baker. Row 2i.l Nelson. V. Pechzicek. G Place, D. Kern, B. Voelker, Keller, P. Hovde, G, Bristol, D. Fischer, D. Anderson, L. Bloom ftrzind G Westfield. -Jer. G Kleckcr. P Davidson, , , .Ln KL .AMLJA A . ., fwy' i ' ,lfllx JLJLQV i' Qiafif Jvc? o, C451 --fy! A1955 WQU J'r7i'!A'f fyggy Q40 QL Q oy' J, ,fjgu14jj' ,,JG"5QlQ 1' Q af afilf f'fUf1' ' , X ., ,C,,l75'5f?! dfw iw f"1fO!L5fY I X . y Y How 3-D DeGrnss. J. Weires, B Spriggle, B. Miller, C. Langer, C Riley. B. Anderson. E. Place. G. Nelson, E. Cook, E. Web- ilf A fp J '7 1 17 5" f J ' .," '- I ,SLM A ,fW0Mwffuy0Mm ' .f- 1 , An, , I f , jyj f., ff! ' 1-Af' ' , ,' I ' , X ffl f 1 I ff ,j- I ,'! 1 I' -fi , ,f'.'l', rl 1 fy I IL, L fax LM L ji 11 X' . , 4, 1 s- ,ik lga ,yan . . A ' .ff " f T. fffax-1 15 ,LXL Lg Q ,Li p P A F X uf, '- ., -ew M, mf P I ff . L- ,T JA Muff ,,yfp.9 1. I f 'V ,f f- ' Ass't. Coaches James Bos. Jerr' Route. Head Coach Kirb Symes. 1 tlvdflff, , J J ., iff' 1 A . 5 , Y 1 ' , I ' . f . ' f ff, , ff A ,, Miwj. A! JQJPE4 I K ,fljf Q , , f Q qlqj , ,,,,G,J. Mewf. T1 TQ Ll! L4,c,,JVC-"J" ,-2 ' f , I , ,hr . ff , A y U4 dyf . I , ' . . F - CV ' f'!RC4Yffl-9j6jtrl56zn.v'YQl8r1'QfQsr5fi4-lQ Sclgadvfeiler. R. Piddington. J, Steiner. J. Fetzer. R Peterson, L, Brandt, D. Blue. ' ' Rwff-Mr. BOS. L. Langer, D, Kind, R. Culver, R. Anderson, L. Traynor. P Fox. S. Funk, R. Diehl, K. Pricfmrd. D. Odalen, D. ' ff L, Mr. Symes. - Jffbp CK1d-...IG . . ,, . loo Lu. us1afson.B Haugrose, L. Studer, R CLLl.er, L, Briski, R. Buckner B. Leonard L John- Hudsopf f' , X X ' ' ' s7f i ' 'f C' X Xltx 1 J.. 9 " lr XX , ' 4 N I - A t 'E W a'Qfi"s' x'?!ss'-o -'cf 0 4 fl 26, ' fmfiwfi Q-f,vF,Qx S' BFRESHMAN FOOTB LL if 'z-A ,J 5 , W1,w3?5'i 9 , bgkgif' W Qi, ,, . iw 5' 0. , N 2 5574 ff .fi a gwyqa... as - M Mx, , ',-J i K vff' i ' 5 " g , M A 3.jgj:L " Aliwf A . -P' . f f 'F A if -faaggw , 5 J' Q V ,, 'Q nu 494 ' ,Y r,. 'SA ' ., K-g.,:,,f' " ' Q h 'E ww ga Qi, 5,53 ,ff XJ i f IUX ff f 52. ' 4 4 ff .N Inf 'Q r NN. 'Q A X i 1 f , , 3 f A., ..f 17' 1 Him 1 K fv-Hide JERRY GUEST GUARD PHIL HOVDE GUARD Fyff l1!' 14 1 1 fy 2- . .,' ", iii ' , fi 1 5? 555 352 vi! , I I IS , . A y 9 NQQL 1 U 34 JV x w V 1 S.ff 2 W f a f ,lg S ff'-?-' r-'f'-1 ytgiasa 4 I X.Q I'f" JACK ZWGLENSKI GUARD S-lg 9' l Q: f ,W K G V N'f!1Qf' 4? E W WW 150 gp, 5 f?' 'V -I Q 53 ' , V' 3 qi' N K Q ., I 4 M E N.. nd!! Q01-5 LEIMOINE BAKER FORNARD CHUCK RILEY FORWARD K EW! ff! 3 ff QN X . 2' I, ff- I ga- .-xh ,I f f uw wg, a ! X1 X wx 12 2 4. v', 1 ' 2.1 f pfniv"v3r3W BILL FOX FORWARD J ERRY MOST CENTER N. 1 3 W -, . Ed Place, Gary Abraham, Calvin W1 ' ' ' IM 5 ,, l Q ,wx yi f K f 412 W 'X tg X ,-N ,,- ., N, . I Q i .1 J, Q ffl J J?g51'f5'RG 7. ' -'L RX, LX, 1144, . N - 4- "f,'44f,45!fJ? f, K! V' Lv 527 J I I i 5:33:23 yr K I .f Ab 'X fa' QW" 'L 1 , ', f T7 ' f Z7 7'MV"N fl X X 1' A' ,M JE? Z f : , , f J Lf 411 N if BRUCE VOELKER. GUARD i 3 ' f X5 v 'Q 24 3 Y ' IL: L . Q f Q9 W . g - L! 1 R. 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LARSON, Proprietor Quality Meats and Groceries Self-Service Q o Phillips "es" Gasoline - Towing Service g 1' Wiber 's De ore O GENERAL DRY GOODS 1 ,1 I g -A - I f .,..,. 3 o COURTESY OF Jawa ry JOHN STENBERG, Pruprletor 'N ,.. gm X df by JJ Ji -4, 'B-VJ' Xi W We V' UCL JJXLQ, 'ff r Compliments Of Bay Cnty State Bank Bay City IILTMANC N, Mcnon SALES Ellsworth Thom s Grocery We Dalian Daily Ellsworth BIRDS EYE Self Service t 3 bebougbl. h p- -I! llli g t l q tl Tlk ple On ell' out f t p ectl hespe It tintblog Tbpollcyy y ls nly good the ki cl of pro I hlpy reeevw oecrs.0urrepts lien snd our bmlnea bss been built on the friend , TIDES!!! sttention we give to our clients when they need ll most-when misfortune does The Service Agency :L M. W. Young IN'SIJIlA.N13E Underwriters I Counsellors II 0UlU'llNlUl-A!IClYl'lXU'I'l01 YIIKYIHIDII Felhnalf Bakery Fllsworth -QP' ni 50035 'Q 0 l '41 S 5 Erickson Electric Co. Ellsworth 1' 1 IQ , 7 1 fljxhfgj FN . 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MORE OF EVERYTHING YOU WANT . vw" q u 717 - - 0 FLOUII - FEED - GRAIN - SEED Phoen 2523 7 Congratulations To The Graduates From Offs. 1 i:'5pQi:. O K 5, Ky? f omer af aw V M Complete Soda Fountain and Magazine Line ' Class of 1924 WHEN IN RED WING STOP A AND BUS DEPOT x ood Food A I V Y f .4 1,141 1 f Z"'5 1:55. 1 0 ' 2 J 1 sid ,, w GOOD LUCK T0 THE SENIORS . . JAMES CAMPBELL wner nuevo: nuvunon - nuvuvlu I. u 1.1. zz! ,Mugs ograchng Wang .Slam Johnson SMeyer,lnc FERBER Wiam Sheet Zlatdceu IMPLEMENT 9 Dual 3335 NelS0n S Barber Shop East Ellsworth East Ellsworth EllllRTESY or BEN FRANKLIN Li? 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