Ellsworth High School - Jester Yearbook (Ellsworth, ME)

 - Class of 1959

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As a teacher, Mr. Symes has taught United States History, social science, economics. and English. He has proven his ability in the classroom by making our work not only profitable, but en- joyable as well. We feel that his teaching has been invaluable in preparing us to become "Citizens of Tomorrow." ,,......- ....,1i,Q451s--1nl1e-:p.g,-o..gg- rf! E L.. aura- Q 1 I ff? 'Q- ' f Q. . ' -Q 4 .x u , A Y ,M-1 ',., , 4-n. , -Ni ':' Alva ,., -sv - 'C-3, 4x . '. 3: .'r,- F . 11' ' ., I .,- f .. A .f 'v"- f W ' J W .W 5 s ,- z1,,f, '-"4" ' , , .a,.Z...X 25 1 ,Nqr H. n,'- 'K n , 1 . -,' 'Q iffvf' 'Lfifvflviff 4f2" " ' ' '.f,h,4,,w,4-' v,jw'A."' ,'. f , . , ff! ' ', KEY: 'Mrs-:'f,' 1,-, . "ff-Q, , ' , lwjkufi f,,7.:14, f it ,KVM .' I X x 'f ju", ,Y--:gif-f ' .. g. .K V ,W 7. .-.. , 3, l , t 'Q' ..f f-4Z'j.Z'3,,: ' -1 1 ',,,: "inf ,f .,,' ".,s"'. . 'Q' 5"?'-1.6. J, Y , , x wxx.- -.'!:A'v,f:-g 5 'l ', .ff 41.. ' 'fm'-,, f' , ' .:.,. ,.f3gVg , .I f , , K . . 1 "1 .' 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LEE J ENSHSI Principal Mrs. LOUISE RICE English 9,10 Mrs. BERNICE WIBERG English 12, Latin Miss MARILYN MURPHY English 9,10 Forensics Mr. DAVID KNOLL Biology Mr. LLOYD JOHNSON Physics, Science 9 Mr. GEORGE DRIER Science, Chemistry Algebra II I A f1Q!!y"ff V , Mr. EUGENE SWANSON Algebra, Geometry Mr. RICHARD SCI-IULTZ Social 12, Algebra I VT 51951 YYY K :C-"LN--n. il Mr. ROBERT BOLIN Business Education Mr. CLINTON KIND Business Education Mr. PATRICK MCNAHAN Athletics, Boys' Phy. Ed. Driver Education Mrs. RUTH SWANSON Girls' Phy. Ed. General Math Mr. RICHARD FULLER Athletics Mr. KENNETH WALL Agriculture Q'9'f ,, 4 X I Miss ANNABELL RITCHIE Librarian A '-M1151 , l lf' In 'fl if Mr. GERALD OLSON Music Mr. PAUL DRIER Social Mr. KIRBY SYMES American History Football Coach Mr. JAMES DUNNE World History Geography f-zfeew ,ans SCHOOL NURSE COOKS Mrs F Schultz and Mrs H Grote Mrs R Trok, not pxctured Mlss Ellen Erlandson "K BUS DRIVERS TOP Mr Ed Johnson Mr Erme Klecker and Mr Sam Allyn RIGHT Mr A Lundgaard and Mr Burt Trok -Q' .-af" CUSTODIAN Mr Ed Johnson .... -i 'HQ 1. 5 ,. .,... 35 . . . . . . . " . ,, 1 .. W , M , - .rg Y '-. X ..' , ., 5 4- KY :'...,,..,,.P N 4 .5 I A ' . . , 4 11. -MM , if I . 1 . , . K ,. by 4. .P 'A 4- ?2"1t:'f -.,r'-:vars-I-f.-x"..-.' ,- Q 15- ph 1-1 el . , ' ,L T.. -4- -O- --- - ' . 1 ' r 'Z' s 4 5 3 , n 5 n mwfm-a 1 I , qw I O 0 E Ln- j Y s 5 .unkn- Afd 41' i I n-Q W ' 'gli-'iv' vi. " ' f f . W ,"' 'T xg, '-- :za-L. -- . - I I'll0l'.'5 '???lJrf"'WH 1 ,im "Hr ' " " .iid SUZANNE BAUER "The best way to keep a secret is in circulation." ' Q . E... I-all R. X DENNIS BAKER "Why let the devil have all the fun ?" LARRY BRISKI "Twinkle, twinkle, athlete starg what a bashful boy you aren't! " RONALD ANDERSON "I like schoolworkg it fascinates meg I could look at it for hours." ORVILLE ANDERSON "He never flunked, he never liedg I reckon he never knew how." .. -4 RICHARD BLUE "I never think of the futureg it comes soon enough." ' '4 RICHARD BUCKNER "A young man who blushes is better than one who tums pa1e." JOYCE BUNCH "She's here--I hear her gum.ll 1 FAYE CAMPBELL "Just like a clock--a1- ways wound up and going." 4,4 1959 SHARON COLLAMORE "It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice." MARGARET DEMUTH BONITA CROWNHART "I chatter as I go, and I go on forever." IARRY DEGROSS "The harder I try, the gooder to be, the worser I am." RICHARD CULVER "Every mind has its own methods." "A friend of every lad and lass--a credit to any senior class." ROBERT DIEHL "He has a smile that could eat a banana side- wavs." ROBERT CULVER "I get up at the crack of dawn, stuff up the crack, and go back to bed." JANE FINN "A barrel of fun with a giggle attachment." FLORENCE FISCHER "I'm no angel, but I'm happy." JIM FETZER "He has brains, but they don't give him a .nental block." PHILLIP FOX "Possibly they can run the school without me." MIKE DUNN "l hate being late, but it beats hurrying." CAROL FRIER "Once in her mind, there it staysg that's why she rates so many IIAISIII MARY DOUGLAS "Why some people work is a mystery to me!" STEVE FUNK "Late hours are bad for one, but they're all right for two." JOHN GUSTAFSON "I'm so busy doing nothing, I haven't time for anything e1se." of 1959 GARY I-IAUSCHILDT "With all great men dead, I feel alone." JUDY GUSTAFSON "All work and no fun is not the life for me." BOYD HAUCROSE "Crew-cut with a swept- wing-look." DORIS CUTTING "Beware, lest a man look at thee! " NEAL I-IARDING "All the world may not love a lover, but it sure does watch him." FRANCIS CUTTING "All that I've learned I've forgotten, and all that I know I've guesed." GLORIA HANSON "How can I stud w'th y 1 something more inter- esting on my mind?" JAMES HUPPERT "A tall physique leaves room for a big heart." KFNNETH JACOBSON "I'm a smart guy, but I have a hard time con- vincing anyone." JUDY HOWE "Her heart is like a propeller- -always in circulation." RUTH JAHNKE "My home's in heaveng ll I'm here on a visit. -,fs , 1 ' V r DAVID HINES "What he wants to get out of school most is himself." LEROY JOHNSON "Give me eighty acres and a plow and I'l1 plow myself to success." MA RY LOU HEINS Q "A quiet disposition and a steadfast friend." PATRICIA JOHNSON "She's a good student, but beware of that look in her eye. PAULINE JOHNSON Someday my prince will come--I wish he'd hurry up--the bum." of M59 ALLEN LANGBEIN "Little men sometimes cast big shadows." 5 f DONALD KIND "The thinkiest thinker that ever thunk." DOUGLAS KOPP "Ah shucks, if we say about him MAX KLECKER "He's an upright, downright, all right guy.ll CHARLES KOLODZEY "Won't women ever let me be MARY KLECKER "Considerate, kind, neatg a combination that can't be beat." IRIS KLOPF "A congenial little body, bearing malice toward none." HARLAN LARSON "Where there's mischief brewing, he's sure to be stirring." 1 tvs-.Xl "'fz-167 w .fi I GARY LINDER "That I'm a man I'll have you know, tho' I still have some room to grow." .gt ' DIANE LARSON "A delightful lass--one of the cutest of our class." EILEEN LUND "Quiet girl with a friendly smileg things like that make life worthwhile . " 2' ' l WAYNE LANGER "No civilized person ever goes to bed on the same day he gets up." MARION MATTHEWS LEON LANGER "Lf there isn't anything to do, let me do it." is.- "Her heart is like the moon- -there's a man in it." MARY MCDONNELL "Any girl can handle the beast in a man if she's cagey KENNETH MINDER LINDA NELSON "Pretty to walk with, fun to talk with, nice to think about, too." "With a tune on his lips and a song in his heart." 7259 CAROLE MOLANDER "Always a smile for everyone. ALVINA NELSON "Her dimples punctuate her smile." JEANENE NOLL "Her delightful disposi- tion, her pleasant smile have won her friends for many a mile." DUANE ODALEN "Never a care, ne hurry, just one gir his main worry. " ver a 1 is RICHARD O'NEll. "The more we study, the more ignorance I discover." ef MPQLFORD NELSON "I dare not smile nt g any maidg it would lin-fi too many hearts. " PHYLLIS PLACE "Her w s are the ways of plea JOAN POQUETTE "She's little from top to toe--just a brimful of life and go." KAY PETERSON "Cheerful and smiling while mischief she's beguiling." KENNETH PRICHARD "He has three speeds-- "slow, slower, and stop! CAROLYN PETERSON "Quiet and sensible in all her ways." VIRGINIA PRINE "She is musical and all the rest. Yes, such a one is truly blessed." MARY OWEN "When I'm not near the boy I love, I love the boy I'm near." LOUISE QUIST "Seems very gayg I wonder if it's mar- riage after graduation dav?" MARY LOU RICE "Everything she does, she does well, and she does everything." KENNETH SCHLADWEILER "He knows enough to come in out of the rain." ROBERT SCHLADWEILER "I don't know anything about anything, but I'll soon find out." JANET SCHUMAKER "Quiet always is her manner in this world of noise and chatter." 7759 JIM STEINER "Having confidence in myself, I can manage the whole institution." JANICE STEINER "A winning manner and a sweet face will make friends in any place." NOLAN SMITH "If bright remarks were a grain of sand, I'd be a desert." JUDY SLOCUM ood nature is always good company MARVIN Tl-IOM "From the farm I'11 never stray." LARRY TRAYNOR "l'll be loving girls-- yu always . BARBARA SWANSON "Sugar and Spice and everything niceg one of these days she'l1 be sprinkled with rice." ARLENE WILKENS "If you don't like my gate, don't swing on it." KENNETH STEVENS "I-le doesn't break the rulesg he just bends them a little." JERRY WYATT "He carried one subject and dragged four." J f.. JUDY STOC KWELL cere friendliness." 0,4 ms? PEGGY YOUNG "Her heart is like a trolley car--always room for one more." She beams with sin- Wwe wa The 108 freshmen who no1s1ly frlled the halls of Ellsworth l-lrgh School rn the fall of 1955 were probably as green as the rest but rt dldn t take them as long to get 1nto the swrng of thrngs We proceeded frrst of all to elect our class offrcers Steve Funk was selected to be Pres1dent Gary Hauschrldt Vrce Pres1dent Sharon Collamore Secretary and Ruth Jahnke Treasurer Paulme Johnson and Boyd l-laugrose represented us on the Student Councrl whtle our advlsors were Mr Bos Mr Symes Mr Wall and Mrss Rrtchre We duly entered our frrst float m the Homecomrng Parade Our slogan was Bury Therr Squad rn Ellsworth Sod and we were proud to wm second prrze lx e started our sophomore year eager and determrned to do our best lm e elected our leaders Mary Lou Rrce Presrdent Steve Funk Vtce Pres1dent Ruth Jalmke Secretary and Joan Poquette Treasurer Paulme Johnson and Larry Brandt were our Student Counctl representatrves and our able advrsors were Mrs Passon Mr Jenson Mrss Emanuelson and Mr Bakalars To our dell t our Homecomrng iloat won frrst prrze Our slogan was Sttr Up a Vrctory Mary Lou Rrce also represented our class among the l-lomecomrng royalty We began our frrst year as drgnrfled upperclassmen by electrng Jrm Fetzer as Pres1dent The other class offrcers were Larry Brandt Vrce Presldent Barbara Swanson Secretary Pat Johnson Treasurer and Joan Poquette and Max Klecker as our Student Councrl representatrves Mrs Huber Mr Brandt and Mrs Rrce lent therr steady mfluence rn the role of class advtsors lwe were well represented at Homecomrng as Jane Frnn and Margaret Demuth were chosen as attendants and thelr escorts were Phll Fox and Steve Funk respectrvely Our float entrtled The Wrld Cat s rn the Bag won second prtze One of the brg events of the year was the Junror Class Play grven ln May under the supervrston of Mrs Wrberg The utle was DINO lt was a three act play concernmg the problems of Juvenrle delmquency In the sprmg Mary Lou Rrce was chosen as Ellsworth l-hgh School s frrst forergn exchange student Donme Krnd and Steve Funk represented us at Badger Boys State and Paulrne Johnson was our Badger Grrls State representatrve As senrors we came to the frnal and most rmportant year of our hrgh school days Nolan Smlth was chosen as Class Presrdent Lrnda Nelson as Vrce Pres1dent Jeanene Noll as Secretary and Carol Frerer as Treasurer Student Councrl representatlves were Judy Stockwell and Steve Funk Our advrsors were Mrs Wrberg Mr Schultz and Mr Johnson Judy Stockwell rergned as queen of the Homecomrng game wrrh Hudson and Jrm Huppert was an at tendant Our float rn the parade had Delrvery of a Vrctory as rts slogan and rt won frrst prrze for us Our class play enutled MIGNONETTE was glven rn November under the d1ICCIlOH of Mrs R106 It was an absorbtng drama about the Old South ln December we gave the frrst Sentor Sno ball rn several years Our theme was Nw rnter Wonderland and Ruth Jahnke and Nolan Smrth rergned as krng and queen The attendants were Kay Peterson Jrm Fetzer Mary Lou Rrce and Steve Funk 65444 7750550 MAN rs THE MASTER OF Hrs OWN DESTINY H444 7306002 MHITE ROSE 61444 BLACK AND WHITE 65444 .Son9: YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE by Rodgers and l-lammerstern 21 O O . . . . , . . . . , . . 5 . 1 , , . , I . 5 , : , 5 . . 5 . J . . . , . . Y , . , . , . . I ' . . - . ,, ,. - , I . I 1 , ns., 15. 5, in in 9. ' ' 1 -lt in 7 , , 5 QS '4- L S alia fi l 15' 1 3 .guru Il 5,1 UQ pq 3 i 'D 4- YW. ,guna V 11 'M ul 'Q 1 Mary Salvlax 2 Judy Slocum 3 Lou1se 4 Lmda 5 Drane 6 Browme troop 7 Melford 8 Kay 9 Steve 10 Jake 11 Gary 12 Jan 8zJ1m 13 Bob 14 Mary LouR 15 Joan 16 Sharon 17 6th grade Ellsworth Publrc 18 J 1 borlta 'PO Alvxna 21 Suzanne 22 Leroy 23 Allen 24 Judy Stockwell 25 Mary Lou Hems 26 33 C ln 34 Denn Dons 1 Janet 28 Phyllxs 29 Faye 30 Brrsk 31 Ken 32 Bob Charlxe Harlan Rlcky aroy y 33 Bu ny 22 x'f 'p L N 1 ii I K L - 1 , my .f ,- , W t, 'T figl ttf - . ' 1: x , 0 2' , ' Y re- .R 1 1 ? 1 Q to ey! Q 1, 4 1' 75 you 1 S as 1 3. h if , Y '- 4 2 f ,X s Q f f 1 Ex ' !o V I A ,-1,TsALA.3 6wL'x V I y , K U: I Mi 1 . -2 ,S - 1 lllvl tJ..x 1- , S.. - . 1. . ' . . .. l . . Y ' u - I .- A '1"7 u i xk .21 'Q , 3 .' 's 4 49 Ya' -Q' ' '75 Q- s War ai W' C -4.-. I vw 3234, v ' 'fax A . qv "3 .u. 432 W 1 , . , '--'iv' xv "' v E Q' w vi A 1' I if ,N N omeroomS A ' ff . SH AE , . wi 3. S I :Zim lla si 35 ROW ONE: J. Leonard, J. Larson, S. Kinnernan, D. Hines, L. Imhoff, D. Johnsen, K. Larson. ROW TWO: S. Han- son, M. Helmer, J. Gilbertson, H. Johnson, S. Kreye, D. Johnson, B. Hague, J. Kukuska. ROW THREE: C. Kenall, S. Matzek, A. Gustafson, K. Kena11,M. Funk, J. Leonard, J. Klein, B. Oskey. ROW FOUR: J. Ingli, P. Neiderhauser, S. Gutting, P. Langer, C. Howe, M. Johnson, A. Landry. ROW FIVE: A. Keller, C. Funk, Mr. Swan- son. 751.5 2171 71014. Emu? ROW ONE: E. Corski, J. Johnson, M. Hayes, M. Hines, D. Krauss, K. Kenall, K. Johnsen, M. Lubich, A. Cilbertson. ROW TWO: Mrs. Rice, D. Kruger, J. Lundgaard, J. Hines, K. Jones, K. Finn, D. Klingler, L. Helgeson, ROW THREE: R. Lund, B. Fetzer, D. Hauschildt, D. Gardner, D. Hudson, D. Hauschildt, G. Langer. ROW FOUR: K. Langer, B. Leonard, C. Giefer, G. Jenson, B. Marek, D. Haarstad. '-s' 5' ' 'W ' "" k"' ""'4 "Q'.3!'v--.'T"' -7.41 5 :gf -1 .inf 1' 1 R 1 X Q3 " 'BFE' Mn I 1,1 S '71 I5 Q, I . .. 4,-4 fl -vL, at-I 1 dl i'l' , V' 'A.,. r anzza cond vasudlv lf. FRENCH HORN SECTION CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Kay Seifert, Jean- ine Hines, Mary Tracy, and Bonita Crownhart CLARINET SECTION Gary Struve, Iris Klopl, Cheryl Torgenson, Arlene Landry, Mary Klecker, Pauline Johnson Virginia Prine, Karen Prescher, Karen Seifert, Diana Klingler, Terry Brookshaw, Marlene Sather. 1 3 if I E '- , X I inf ,Y J yi, 44' if W 1 I , f lxvyk, . fQkv 1, , f 1 , gi J: X, s B' H . . 1 . - - Y' A 2 . ,W f V A - X f mf! I : I fwqr , K , X , 1 , . YY' - ' . N x fm- a.. f a li' Yi T1 I ff'5"F2 1. 1f'i'?fi' 33 - x ' .nys . dvhx 1 f 11 3 ' 1'1" .H iw 'QZ1 .V ! ,ffm f I JN: 4 , ,Q s . V Q ff g ' Q f' f ffffw 7 4 ff ,Q Y W Arg jf, ROW ONE. J. Poquette, M. Lubrch, A. Grlbertson, J. Stockwell, L. Helgeson, M. Demuth, M. Rice. ROW TWO: Mr. Olson, S. Bauer, J. Schumaker, M. Heins, P. Place, V. Anderson, D. Peterson, E. Morrison. ROW THREE: G. Welty, R. Finstad, G. Bauer, D. Borst. ROW FOUR: R. Nelson, J. Brickner, K. Manfred, N. Smith, D. Brookshaw, S. Anderson, G. Claseman, B. Haugrose. o I 5 a Social Chairman, Mary Steffen, Presi- dent, Melfred Nelson Secretary 81 Treas- urer, Ruth Jahnkeg Vice-President, Max Kleckerg Librarian, Donna Krauss. . i J 5 1' A . , if , r 'r I 1 , Q f if V f 1f . 'I A A 1 'G' Y Q 6 vw ax Q5 99, as Q 9 v 'V V ,Q we. "' L4 ROW ONE: D. Kinneman, R. Armbruster, P. Swanson, I. Klopf, C. Kenall, S. Hanson, S. Birkel, M. Hines, J. Simenson, M. Peterson, K. Anderson. ROW TWO: J. N ll M ' P . . o , . Owen, M. Cummings, K. eterson, J. Stockwell, K. Seifert, R. Nielson, J. Funk, G. Romero, A. Gilbertson, M. Heins, J. Finn, J. Poquette, B. Swanson, K. Johnson, S. Polk, E. Morrison, J. Boatman, L. Peterson S Steffen K. Jones, D Krauss ROW FOUR M R' M . . : . ice, . Lansing, F. Campbell, P. Young, D. Larson., J. Lar-l son, K. Seifert, C. LaGrander, J. Fellman, J. Krause. ROW FIVE: M. Steffen, L. Omsberg, H. Hup- pert, P. Langer, S. Kinneman, D. Falkofske M Johnson L. Ar b , . , ms ruster, N. Larson. ROW SIX: P. Dunn, D. Johnson, R. Jahnke, C. Nelson, P. Fink, J. Klein, M. Hayes, K. Peterson, M Peterson. ROW SEVEN' J. Schladweiler C. Bork L Imh . , , . off, L. Bloomquist, J. Cerdes, S. Halvolrson, L. Leon- ard, P. Dougherty, B. Abraham. g.,4.,4,Z era' Mrs. Swanson . . . Kay Seifert . . . BASKETBALL TEAM: P. Young, K. Seifert, F. Campbell, K. Seifert, Marv Ann Steffen Judy Slmemon M. Rice, M Steffen, K Peterson Ca t M . . -- p ., rs. Swanson, G. Kenall, - - - JudY Chfistemon - - + M. Cummings, S. Hanson, A. Gilbertson, K. Anderson, M. Hines, E, Coulson, B. Swanson, G. Romero. if . 2 I 'J- M, vi' President Donnie Kind Secretary Bev Abraham T,eaS,,,e, Spend glad Elaine Coulson Smith, Miss Murphy, P. ham, S. Collomore, K. V7 G. Hauschildt, Mrs. Rice, D. Swanson, D. Kind, N. Johnson, M. Rice, E. Coulson, M. Pechacek, B. Abra- Jones, M. Peterson. Duane Odalen, Vice-President, George Claseman, President, Bob Cul ver, Sergeant-at-arms, Jim Steiner, Secretary, Bob Diehl, Treasurer. pfdfd add Row ONE: P.. Johnson, J. Noll, J. Steiner, R. Bauer. ROW TWO: M. Mea- cham, D. Odalen, C. Claseman, K. Jacobson, C. Cedarholm. ROW THREE: G. Christenson, R. Campbell, B. Culver, M. Nelson, B. Diehl, Mr. Drier. 2 1' P -' fr- N ' . 1 . -. -., , ROW ONE: M. Cummings, M. Tracy, R. Carlstrom, A. Gilbertson, J. Poquette, L. Strand, J. Steiner, R. Jahnke ROW TWO: L. Helgeson, J. Stockwell, K. Peterson, L. Nelson, M. Heins, K. Voelker, J. Schumaker, M. Steffen K. Finn, D. Klinger, S. Brenner, J. Cook. ROW THREE: D. Krauss, M. Doolittle, D. Swanson, R. Bauer, B. Abraham, M. Rice, P. Place, K. Seifert, J. Steiner, P. Dunn, K. Kenall, G. Swanson. ROW FOUR: V. Prine, J Finn J. Peterson M. Demuth J. Bunch, K. Jones, J. Noll, M. Peterson, K. Prescher, J. Lundgaard, S. Colla- rnore, Johnson, Campbell, ,J. Hines, D. Larson, B. Demuth, E. Coulson. ROW FIVE: D. Odalen, G. Hauschildt, N. Harding, P. Fox, L. Wall, B. Haugrose, C. Kolodzey, S. Funk, D. Kind, L. Traynor, H. Larson, Mr. Bolin We 746 77 'Me Sag Som-ea to Wieet Deadfasee Assistant Editor, Marjean Peterson, Business Manager, Mary Lou Rice. Bunny Johnson, Assistant Edi tor, Marilyn Doolittle, Editor 'Nb' ROW ONE: A. Gilbertson, M. Hines, J. Kukuska, J. Steiner, P. Dougherty, V. Anderson, P. Fink. ROW TWO: M. Doolittle, J. Larson, A. Landry, E. Coulson, L. Strand, B. Demuth, J. Klein, S. Kinneman, M. Cummings. ROW THREE: J. Finn, G. Kenall, P. Dunn, M. Schmidt, J. Steiner, P. Langer, A. Gustafson, R. Jahnke, J. Poquette. ROW FOUR: B. Swanson, D. Falkofske, J. Stockwell, K. Peterson, D. Klinger, M. Rice, K. Finn, K. Voelker, M. Steffen, L. Nelson, M. Demuth, J. Peterson, Mr. Kind. ROW FIVE: K. Jones, F. Campbell, M. Peterson, P. Young, C. Kolodzey, B. Haugrose, J. Christenson, K. Prescher, M. Johnson, J. Hines, B. Abraham, K. Seifert. We We ide 79440: Business manager, Mary Steffen, Asst. Editor, Beverly Abraham 5 Editor, Jane Finn. Helping with the bloodmobile is a main activity of the Junior Red Cross. Louise, Linda, Jeanene Kay and Anita willingly donated their services. P Secretary, Joan Peterson, Vice-President, Jeanene Noll- Treasurer, Marilyn Doolittle, President, Ruth Jahnke. ' ed 7464 Me ROW ONE: J. Peterson, J. Poquette, C. Frier, D. Krauss, B. Swanson. ROW TWO: J. Wider, V. Prine, M. Cummings, J. Slocum, M. Doolittle, L. Quist, J. Steiner. ROW THREE: M. Pechacek, E. Coulson, L. Strand, M. Hines, M. Rice, J. Schumaker, K. Johnson, R. Jahnke, B. Demuth. ROW FOUR: Mrs. Wiberg, D. Larson, S. Bauer, K. Peterson, M. Steffen, K. Finn, D. Klingler, P. Place, J. Finn, M. Demuth, J. Simonsen. ROW FIVE: L. Nelson, B. Johnson, J. Hines, M. Peterson, J. Lundgaard, C. Peterson, K. Prescher, K. Jones, F. Campbell, J. Noll, K. Seifert. YY 'Y1 5. T ROW ONE: M. Olson, J. DeGross, J. Bolson. ROW TWO C Freier, R Schladweller, A Murphy B Btmce, R. Nielson, J. Fellman, S. Flynn, M. Hmes ROW TAREE Miss Ritchie M Douglas M Peter son, J. Stockwell, K. Peterson, S. Meacham, L Armbruster, P Dunn B Anderson, C Rasmussen, L Omsberg. ROW FOUR: K. Noll, K. Jones, L. Peterson, C Molander M Fox M Nelson P Young, S Collamore, J. Noll, M. Lansing, M. Schmidt. o Vice President, Sharon Collamore, Presi dent Jud Stockwell, Acting Secretary- , Y Treasurer, Kay Peterson, Secretary- Treasurer, Jeanene Noll, not pictured. . . . X K I Y! Scdazcegbd Row ONE: E. Gorski, J. Johnson, L. Fischer, K. Manfred, D. Schulte, C. Pfwdenti Lim F1SFfh?fS Vlce' Ducklow, M. Hoimof. Row TWO: B. Jennings, G. Hauschildt, H. Larson, President' L-my Bflsklf Sefifefafvi J. rngn, R. Jacobson, D. Robey, F. Wilcox. Row THREE: R. Diehl, D. Denny Bakers Treasurer' Dlck Baker, R. Buckner, L. Briski, D. McRoberts, C. Claseman, N. Harding. Buckner' 5 Wd ROW ONE: B. Diehl, C. Kolodzey, S. Funk, P. Fox, N. President, Steve Funk, Vice- Smith, L. Traynor, C. Funk, B. Leonard, D. Buckner, B. Haugrose. ROW President, Ken Langer, Secretary, TWO: Mr. Monahan, R. Pechacek, S. Peterson, D. Cook, D. Sarnstrom, Harlan Larson, Treasurer, Larry D. Hauschildt, B. Meacham, R. Culver, W. Whipple, K. Langer. ROW Briski. FOUR: J. Jenson, J. Steiner, B. Baker, L. Briski, J. Huppert, B. Culver, D. Baker, D. Gardner. Til ROW ONE: M. Dunn, R. O'Neil, D. Hines, G. Langer, R. Bauer. ROW TWO: R. Lund, G. Christiansen, W. Langer, R. Schladweiler, G. Allyn, A. Langbein. ROW THREE: R. Culver, B. Haugrose, C. Geifer, D. Bauer, P. Fox. pea 4 . 1 0 Mr. Knoll . . . Advisor President ....... Mike Dunn Vice-President ..... Richard O 'Neil Secretary ...... Gary Allyn 1 r ,Dx 1 l . . ' f if 1 .Q a an I . A 2 Q 'N' 'Ig 01 ' - ,,. Q ,,., 7 ,' .-J 1 1.21. , Q-Q' ' C C .gy H - wt f 'E' ,if J 7 X x f-,wb A. , If 7, 7, 14, 14' 4' fNfNV 'id .s4"'x 0 A 1 fN!x, T1 X '-4 I 3 ROW ONE: M. Pechacek, J. Poquette, C. Freier, E. Coulson, M. Doolittle, K. Kenall, J. Cook. ROW TWO: S. Collamore, D. Hauschildt, C. Kolodzey, P. Dunn, L. Nelson, J. Peterson. ROW THREE: B. Abraham, D. Klingler, M. Peterson, K. Prescher, P. Johnson, K. Jones K. Voelker. President, Linda Nelson, V. President, Dianne Klingler, Secretary, Joan Poquetteg Treasurer, Karen Prescher Mr. Dunne . . . Advisor 48 ' an -z4....,4 ROW ONE: R. Jahnke, L. Nelson, J. Stockwell, M. Klecker, J. Finn, M. Rice, P. Johnson. ROW TWO: S. Funk C Kind B. Demuth F. Cam ell B Kind B. Olt- 3 ' I 3 W 7 ' ! man, A. Williams, J. Klein, K. Anderson, K. Kenall, J. Christensen, Mr. Drier. ROW THREE: J. Leonard, R. Olson, D. Cook, G. Claseman, B. Diehl, D. Odalen, D. Hauschildt, N. Smith. President, Steve Funk, Secretary, Jane Finn, Treasurer, Nolan Smith, Vice- President, Don Kind. 49 J Rv 1 ff- Q fm". ' ' 1 'NL- .W X V1 QP . M 1. kr: gf' f 6 Q F5 TiW1i1T'?S? Qi' I 1 ,. fue f 785551 -354' '.,a4'!..-.4S5l .IL 5.5 I URS Sgt- 't a Q Ii .lftifg-' tt-V-.gf is43?f1E7 .- . W 'W' a ROW ONE: D. Cook, H. Larson, B. Fetzer, D. Odalen, N. Smith, D. Hudson, D. Gardner, W. Baker, R. Pechacek, J. Leonard. ROW TWO: D. Baker, M. Thom, R. Culver, P. Fox, S. Funk, L. Briski, J. Hup- pert, C. Kolodzey, D. Kind, R. Diehl. ROW THREE: D. Bauer, L. Wall, B. Meacham, C. Jensen, R. Olson, R. Buckner, W. Whipple, R. Samstrom, C. Funk, D. Hauschildt, B. Baker. ROW FOUR: K. Langer, J. Steiner, D. Diercks, J. Svec, V. Voght, G. Claseman, R. Bjork, N. Harding, R. Culver, G. Cedarholm, C. Gardas, R. Wyatt, D. Catura, C. Howe. Scores: EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS STEVE FUNK NOLAN SMITH BARRY BAKER PHIL FOX DICK BUCKNER HARLAN LARSON . . . Colfax 0 Ellsworth Total Points . . . . 51 . . . Baldwin 2.0 Opponents Total Points . . . . . 103 . . . River Falls 20 . . . Spring Valley 32 Season Record. Won 2 Lost 5 . . . Glenwood City 6 . . . New Richmond 7 . .. Hudson 18 Total Yardage: 1205 yards Q5 14 rushing, 691 passingj Gained a total of 894 yardsg 203 rushing and 691 passing. He scored 3 touchdowns, and completed 56 of 120 passes. Gained 428 yardsg 242 rushing, and caught 12 passes for 186 yards. He scored 3 touchdowns. Gained 318 yardsg 19 rushing and caught 25 passes for 301 yards. He scored 1 touchdown. Caught 10 passes for 132 yards. Caught 9 passes for 72 yards. Punted 31 times for 787 yards, an average of 25.4 yards per kick. 7 ROW ONE: G. Johnson, D. Blue, R. Jahnke, L. Larson, G. Beastrom, J. Brickner. ROW TWO: J. Suckow, C. Mel- Strom, B. Oltman, B. Stoetzel, R. Bartlett, S. Hove, P. Demuth, C. Heacox. ROW THREE: B. Anderson, D. Kruger, L. Gross, D. Davidson, J. Peterson, P. Wiberg, S. Boatman. is Q iQ E r L k Z' , Xx in f K! xx , X X 7 T f .-. , 5. " ' l 5 A . 1 4 , 4 ,, 1 v 5 f . Xue 1 . 'X 4 . gl..- ,Mi .fl f 'X . ,.,, :X . 5-ff., AW,,. x y , 25 'ff' - N H N -f H g, 1 Yi fi a-2 at as :E Q la' -..- "' 'Ii' 4 .Z l I" " P f X ""' -fv""'5" E :-Q 244-Z 4 7 ' I l' l I A 4. E ' ..: "l W A i-gl I f .1 QQ.. J' l 1 ! . .X K X l ' l . V, -v . .f . gg. - u LK - Y: . 4 -"h1"?"l' ' L' 'L' 'Y 3' Mr. Monahan, Laxry Briski, Boyd Haugrose, Larry Wall, Roy Olson, Roger Bartlett, Jerry Jensen, Phil Fox, Steve Funk, Ken Langer, Harlan Larson, Barry Baker, Doyle Hudson. EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS SCORES . . Durand . . Elmwood . . Chippewa McDonnell . . Spring Valley . . New Richmond . . Hudson . . Colfax . . Durand . . Glenwood City . . Baldwin . . River Falls . . Spring Valley EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS 67... 57. 59... 50... 45... 51... 70... 58... 60... 38... . . . New Richmond 55 . . . Hudson 59 . . , Colfax 52 . . . River Falls 53 . . . Glenwood City GT . . . Baldwin 68 . . . Alumni 63 TOURNAMENT . . Colfax 49 . . Baldwin T8 . . . River Falls 56 p W4 Mr. Swanson, Pete Demuth, Roy Olson, Coonie Funk, Roger Bartlett, Paul Wiberg, Bill Oltman, Bill Stoetzel, Clair Ducklow, Dick Kruger, Jim Leomard, LeMar Larson, Robert Jahnke, Gary Heacox. Larry Wall Forward vs. Ph11 Fox Forward Barry Baker Guard B01 Boyd Hauggose Jerry Jensen Roger Bartlett Forward Guard Center MANAGERS: Sheldon Ehman, Ken Manfred, Steve Anderson, Steve Hove, Duane Haus childt, Bill Leonard. BASKETBALL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS PLAYER GAMES FG LarryBriski... ...22... ..126 Phi11ipFox.. ..22... ...9l BarryBaker... ...22... .. 53 Larry Wall . . . . . 22 . . . . . 55 Steve Funk . . . . 22 . . . . . 23 Harlan Larson . . . . 17 . . . . . 16 Paul Wiberg . . . . 10 . . . . . 15 Boyd Haugrose . . . . 8 . . . . 8 Doyle Hudson . . . . , 15 . . . . 7 Roy Olson ..... . . 10 . . . . 4 Roger Bartlett . . . . 7 . . . . . 2 Gerald Jensen . . . . 7... . . 2 Ken Langer .... . 5 . . . . . . 0 TOTALS 402 FTA 183 108 93 52 75 . 17 .....l0 564 59 FTM . .... 112 50 50 28 48 10 309 Pct. .612 .......463 ......538 .. ...538 .. ...640 .. ...588 .. ...856 .. ...10O .. ...333 .. ...OOO .. ...400 .. ...OOO .. ...OOO .548 PF 87 77 64 62 54 26 10 18 16 8 3 3 . 2 430 TP 364 232 156 .....138 .....94 .....42 ....36 .....17 .....16 . 8 . 6 4 0 1113 Ave 16.5 10.5 7.1 6.3 4.3 2.5 3.6 2.1 1.1 .8 ....9 ....6 ....0 50.6 . ff ' 1 X w 'Q' we Eg E Q ri ' ROW ONE: D. Davidson, D. Kruger, D. Odalen, W. Baker, D. Hudson, C. Melstrom, N. Smith. ROW TWO: Mr Monahan, S. Funk, N. Harding, L. Wall, C. Funk, J. I-Iuppert, K. Langer, J. Fetzer, R. Rieck, D. Hove. O -I NJ Captain, Steve Funk . . . Coach, Mx. Monahan ff Luis.. - mi .sw 3.2 s, 'lo mu 75+ 1-. Tllq ---1 21.7 fl' ROW ONE V Voght, D IX rderhaug G Claseman C Kolodzey K Stephens D Cook B Oltman B Marek L Weberg ROW TWO B Baker B Meacham J Jensen,W Culver R Bartlett W Whxpple L Br1sk1 R Culver P Demuth,P Fox, D Kmd D Gardner 1959 7 CHPCHIH P1111 FOX 440 di-1511 Barry Baker and Herry Jensen 880, relay Larry BHSR1 shot put B111 Meacham drscus Wendell Whrpple shot put of B- it f ' 22:92 e+.wf'h,:, 1: 1 fg' J V, his if fini N 1 E ROW ONE: D. Davidson, W. Culver, W. Baker, B. Kind, K. Wyatt. ROW TWO: A. Langbein, D. Gardner, D. Cook, L. Brickner. Rich Culver and Bob Culver were the captains of this year's team. Mr. Symes is the coach. M ATCH SCORES EHS..15... .. EHS. . 18 EHS..13.., .. EHS..11.. .. EHSNQ3.. .. EHS . . 16 EHS. . 3O ...... . . Elmwood ..,. . Elmwood , , , . New Richmond N cw Richmond Hudson . , , Hudson . . . Osceola .... SEA SON RECORD 33 Won 2 . . .Lost 5 26 OUTSTANDING WRESTLERS 33 29 Rich Culver. . . . . Won 8 Wally Culver ..... Won 7 21 Ken Stephens ..... X-.on 3 23 62 15 Stephens, R. Pechacek, R. Culver, R. Culver, R Traynor, L. Gross, G. Claseman, C. Kwai-1 C-ardes, J. Lost 0 Lost 1 Lost 0 .fgcfi ui fiea V., we S E x 1' 4 R' WHL M fx , . x A ,fl if 'J , 3 Hg Q 5 E! ,. I ri if 11 F1548 sl I! 1 Q v-- .... 3. w. 'taxi 8 T! li! F! J! Q! '53 A ,, Pj, ' 5 za? gang Betsy and Jim 1 1, ' n faeav Wd? Judy and Coonie . . If ,f 5 1.- +,r 1 QE' H 3 m W! H.- 9 I riff P ,, . 'av 7 v yi 5 .Q , ny.-4: QA if ff 1.17 2 I., J 'inf' -.-V -my Q, I WMM sf 'L W ,Q , 5 ag VV A S IM 4 , I w.,L,i,.4 'Xiu 5 '-?" 940 i ' Qfaaafas ' The members ofthe National Honor Society of Ellsworth High School . I , A U I Mr. Swanson 8: Mrs. Wiberg are students who are outstanding in scholarship, service, leadership, and Advisors character. These students are chosen by the entire faculty and by the Student Selection Committee. The members are. ROW ONE: L. Nelson, J. Finn, R. Jahnke, J. Peterson, J. Larson. ROW TWO: M. Peterson, D. Swan- son, D. Kind, G. Hauschildt, J. Christenson, M. Rice. ROW THREE: G. Kenall, H. Larson, L. Weberg, R. Olson, M. Klecker, D. Hauschildt. ROW FOUR: J. Klein, C. Frier, K. Kenall, E. Coulson, V.Prine, J. Poquette. ROW FIVE: J. Leonard, S. Collamore, P. Johnson, D. Gardner, B. Abraham, M, Klecker. 69 EXTEMP. SPEAKING INTERPRETIVE READING -5 ,.---'Z -fi QL!! ' Wifi '21 Davld Swanson Boyd Haugrose EXTEMP READING 'l'Joan Peterson 'Bev Abraham 4 MIN SPEAKING foflg I Kathy Anderson Linda Blomqulst HUMOROUS DECLAMATION 'l'MarJean Peterson Glorxa Romero NON ORIG ORATORY 4'Don Kind Karen Jones ORIGINAL ORATORY Lmda Nelson Dan Gardner SERIOUS DECLAMATION Sandy Steffen Elaine Coulson Jane Larson 'FI-Iarlan Larson XEIIUIES went to state contest PLAY READING 'lfNo1an Smlth 'l'Ruth Jahnke 'l'Pau1me Jolmson 'FMary Lou Rlce 70 , I ' , 6 VN 1 , 5 I u V , A A 5 .,,' 'P ,tk ., an I 1 MW l S 7 Mary Ann Mary Lou Kathy Ruth Betsy 665011304 "2" S Joan Patty Mary Jane Mitzi dltdbflldht 64660 Dean Waauhidt gal 146-:alan gg,-nf fi 5 .2 L ..1..l k gi' ' A ,S 2 Q R-za Y if A W 1 vu 1 A 13, ZL- ' ar Zyfif ,D -, L.-dm . M my A Hi' ' E55 v , 2 A ' , , ' .QRS ' . 'Q :iw 5 bf 1 'fain l il C 1 . , -'11 ,Q K 3' r K I I '.':.-,".'.'v .'. 'fH"g'.'g'-9.'f, f' 7' '- 91.515 ' ' I . . 1 .1 ,f - , . Ol 41 ff 4 . - ,.,, .3 W 4 ' Ao' 4 ig? 3 A ,- . ff 1 M . I '-. N 1 F I - z s IT! I E 1 N, , L,-ffff M - ' A. .-1 1. 212 'elf J I A ,L Q, . 4 ' l 4 uw'-fx 5 , F'-L F i 'Q uQpS'd?dv? 1 UIV- fx ,. A,,, ' , f ,..- im 5 ' xx I D Sf 1 i? uf - I-an Vi, W......--- 1 ., . .mu UM ' f r PK "' -, Q1 'I ? .1 'N ' Am? U X xi., I 4 ' '.-IA X 3 G 4 Qf,.f w2g13yi I ' 'Flu' t VY ' I ,ist Q ,fix " ORVILLE ANDERSON Baseball lg FFA 2,3 ,4, RONALD ANDERSON Football lg Baseball lg FFA 2,3 ,4, Sentinel 4. DENNIS BAKER Football l,2,3,45 Science Club 4. SUZANNE BAUER FHA l,2,3,45 Library 2,35 Glee Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Junior Red Cross 35 Strut and Fret 3,45 Operetta 3. RICHARD BLUE Football lg Basketball 1,2,35 Class Play 35 Mixed Chorus 4. LARRY BRISKI Football 1,2,3,4, Capt. 45 Basket- ball 1,2,3,4, Capt. 45 Track l,2, 3,45 Science Club 4, V. Pres. 45 "E" Club 3,4, Treas. 45 Class Play Electrical Technician 3,4. RICHARD BUCKNER Football 1,2,3 ,45 Track 2,35 Bas- ketball l,2,35 Baseball 15 Science Club 4, Treas. 45 Volleyball 45 "E" Club 2,3,45 FFA 2,35 DGIA 2,3. JOYCE BUNCH Annual Club 3,45 GAA lg FHA 1,2 ,3 ,45 Strut and Fret 2,35 Library Club 15 Band 1,2 ,3 ,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3 ,45 Glee Club 1,25 Triple Trio 2,3 ,4, State 45 Operetta 25 Vocal Solo 2,3 ,45 Instrumental Solo 35 All Star Band 4. FAYE CAMPBELL GAA 1,2 ,3,45 Basketball Team 3,45 Junior Red Cross 2,3,45 Sec. 45 Press Club 3,45 Glee Club lg FTA 25 Annual Club 3,45 Strut and Fret 3 ,4, Pres. 35 Student Council 4. SHARON COLLAMORE National Honor Society 45 FTA 45 Strut and Fret 3 ,45 Library Club 1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 3.45131-IA 2,3, Off. 35 Forensics 2,35 Annual Club 3,45 Press Club 35 Debate 1,25 Class Sec. 15 Mixed Chorus 3. BONITA CROWNHART GAA lg FTA 25 Junior Red Cross 2,35 Class Play 3,45 Strut and Fret 3,45 FHA 1,2 ,3,4, Off. 45 All Star Band 3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Glee Club lg Mixed Chorus 4. RICHARD CULVER "E" Club 45 Football 1,3,45 Track 2,3 ,45 Volleyball 3,45 Wrestling 45 Science Club 4, Sec. 4. ROBERT CULVER Basketball 25 Track l,2,3,45 Foot- ball l,2,3,45 Wrestling 3,4, Capt. 45 Photo Club 45 "E" Club 3,45 Volleyball 3,45 Class Play 3. LARRY DEGROSS FFA 1,2,35 Football 15 Baseball 1. MARGARET DEMUTH Glee Club I5 GAA l,2,3, Off. 35 FHA 2,3,4, Off. 45 Press Club 2,3,45 Junior Red Cross 2,3 ,45 Mixed Cho- rus 3,45 Strut and Fret 3,45 Annual Club 3,45 Latin Club 3. ROBERT DIEHL Class Play 35 Football l,2,3,45 Track 1,2 ,35 Basketball Mgr. 2,35 Press Club 25 "E" Club 3,45 Photo Club 45 Science Club 45 Student Council 4. MARY DOUGLAS Library Club 1,2 ,45 GAA 1,25 FHA 45 Glee Club 1. MIKE DUNN Press Club 1,25 Football 1,25 Bas- ketball 1,25 Track lg Class Play 45 Wrestling 35 Visual Aids 35 Volley- ball 25 Annual Club 1. JIM FETZER Football 1,25 Baseball 1,45 Class President 35 Sno-Ball Attendant 4. JANE FINN GAA 1,2,3 ,45 Strut 8a Fret 3,45 Annual Club 3,4, Assist. Business Manager 35 Press Club 3 ,4, Assist, Editor 3, Editor 45 Junior Red Cross 2,3 ,4, Off. 25 "B" Team Cheer- leader 25 Class Play 45 Student Council 4, Off. 45 Homecoming Attendant 35 National Honor Society 4. FLORENCE FISCHER FHA l,2,3,45 GAA l,2,3,45 Strut SL Fret 3,45 Library Club 1,25 Glee Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 35 Jr. Band lg Class Play 35 Annual Club 3,4, PHILLIP FOX Football l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2 ,3,45 Track 1,2 ,3 ,4, Capt. 4, State 45 Homecoming Attendant 35 "E" Club 3,45 Annual Club 3,45 Pro- jection Club 3,45 Class Play 3. CAROL FREIER Library Club 1,2,3 ,45 FTA 2,3 ,45 GAA 2,35 Press Club 35 Strut 8a Fret 3,45 Junior Red Cross 3,45 Latin Club 35 National Honor Society 45 Class Treasurer 4. 1 STEVE FUNK Class President, Class Vice- President 2, "E" Club 2.3.4. Off. 3.4, Annual Club 4, Student Council 4, Pres. 4, Baseball 1.2, 3.4, Capt. 4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Football 1 .2.3.4, Capt. 4, Badger Boys' State, Class Play 3.4, Home- coming Attendant 3, Sno-Ball At- tendant 4. JUDY GUSTAFSON FHA 1.2, Library Club 1.2.3, Press Club 2.3, Strut gb Fret 3, Annual Club 3. DORIS GUTTING Strut gc Fret 3. FRANCIS GUTTING Band 1.2, Mixed Chorus 1.2, Base- ball 1. GLORIA HANSON FHA 1.2.3, Junior Red Cross 3, Strut 8, Fret 3.4. NEAL HARDING Football l,2,3,4, Manager 2, Bas- ketball 1. Manager 2, Baseball 1.4 Press Club 2, "E" Club 2.3.4, Science Club 4, Annual Club 3,4. BOYD HAUGROSE Student Council 1, Press Club 3.4, Annual Club 3.4, "E" Club 3.4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Football 1.2, Projection Club 3.4, FTA 3, Mixed Chorus 4, Class Play 3, V-8's 4, Forensics 4. a GARY HAUSCHILDT Band l,2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 1.2, Operetta 1.2.3, FFA 1.2, Class Play 3.4, Mirable Dictu 3.4, Debate 1.2.3, Forensics 2,3, Annual Club 3.4, Class Officer 1, National Honor Society 4. MARY LOU HEINS GAA 2.3.4, Strut 82 Fret 3.4, Junior Red Cross 3.4, Annual Club 4, Mixed Chorus 4. DAVID HINES Football 1, Baseball 2, Mixed Chorus 1.2, FFA 2.3, Projection Club 4. JUDY HOWE Glee Club 1.2, Mixed Chorus 3, Strut 8, Fret 3, GAA 1.2.3, Off. 3, Press Club 2. JAMES HUPPERT Basketball 1.2.3, Baseball l,2,3,4, Football 1.4, "E" Club 2.3.4, Class Play 3,4. KENNETH JACOBSON Science Club 4, Photo Club 4, Football 1. RUTH ANN JAHNKE Class Officer 1.2, GAA 3.4. Pres. 3, Ir. Red Cross 2.3.4, Pres. 4, Press Club 3.4, Stmt 8: Fret 3.4, Student Council 3.4, Mixed Chorus 3.4. Sec. 8, Treas. 4, Operetta 3, Triple Trio 4, State 4, Vocal Quartet 4, State 4, Class Play 3.4, Mirable Dictu 4, Forensics 4. State 4, Cheerleader 4, Sno -ball Queen 4, Latin Club 3. Pres. 3, National Honor Society 4. PATRICIA JOHNSON Class Treasurer 3, Strut 8, Fret 3.4, Press Club 4. PAULINE JOHNSON Badger Girls' State 3, Student Council 1.2.4. Off. 2, National Honor Society 4, Class Play 3.4, Band l,2,3,4, Off. 4, All-Star Band 2.3.4, Dance Band 3.4, Old Time Band 2.3, Operetta Band 2.3, Instrumental Duet 1.2. State 2, Solo 3, Sax Quartet 4, Vocal Quartet 4, State 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Annual Club 2.3. Business Mana- ger 4, FHA 1.2,3. Off. 3, FTA 2.3.4, Strut 8, Fret 3.4. Off., Press Club 2.3, Latin Club 3, GAA 4, Speech Club 2.3.4, Debate 1.2.3, Forensics 3.4, Jr. Red Cross 2.3.4, "B" Squad Cheerleader 2. DONALD KIND Badger Boys' State 3, National Honor Society 4, Student Council 4. Off. 4, Football l,2,3,4, Track l,2,3,4, Forensics 2.3.4, State 3.4, Debate 2, Band 1.2.3, Mixed Cho- rus 3. Council 3, Mirable Dictu 4. Off. 4, Operetta 3, Class Play 4, Press Club 2.3, "E" Club 4, Annual Club 4, Latin Club 3, Bausch St bomb Science Award 4. 'lAX KLECKER FFA 1.2.3 .4, Off. 3.4, Press Club 3, Photo Club 4, Mixed Chorus 2.3.4, Operetta 2.3, Boys' Glee Club 2, Student Council 3, National Honor Society 4, V-8's 4. MARY KLECKER Girls' Glee Club 1.2, Library Club 1.2, FHA l,2,3,4, Off. 3.4, Band l,2,3,4, All-Star Band 4, Strut 84 Fret 3.4, Student Council 4, National Honor Society 4, Clarinet Quartet 3.4, Operetta Band 2.3. IRIS KIDPF Band 1,2,3,45 GAA l,2,3,4g Press Club 25 Strut Sc Fret 3,45 Jr. Red Cross 3,45 FHA 3,4. CHARLES KOLODZEY Band 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,35 Football 1.4, Mgr. 2,35 Track 1,2,35 Annual Club 2,3 ,45 FTA 3,45 Class Play 3,45 Operetta 3. ALLEN LANGBEIN FFA 2,3 ,45 Projection Club 3,45 Wrestling 3,4. LEON LANGER Football 1,25 Annual Club 35 Base- ball 1,25 FFA 2,3,4, WAYNE LANGER FFA 1,2,3, Off. 35 Projection Club 45 Mixed Chorus 1,25 Boys' Glee Club 25 Baseball 15 DHIA 1,2. DIANNE LARSON Glee Club 2, Acc. 25 Mixed Chorus 3,4, Acc. 3,45 Strut 81 Fret 3,45 GAA l,2,3,45 Jr. Red Cross 2,45 Press Club 25 Library Club 1,25 Class Play 35 Operetta 3. HARLAN LARSON Mixed Chorus 35 Football 1,4, Man. 2,35 Basketball 1,2 ,3,45 Track 2,35 Class Play 3,45 Operetta 35 Forensics 4, State5 "E" Club 2,3 ,4, Sec. 45 Annual Club 45 National Honor Society 45 Pro- jection Club 2 ,3. EILEEN LUND Latin Club 3. MARION MATTHEWS Glee Club lg Library Club lg GAA 2,4. MARY MCDONNELL Library Club 1,25 GAA 2,35 Class Play 3 ,45 Mixed Chorus 4. KENNETH MINDER FFA 2,3 ,45 DHIA l,2,3,45 Band 1,25 Boys' Glee Club 25 V-8's 4. ALVINA NELSON FHA 1,2 ,3 ,45 GAA 2,35 Glee Club 1,2. LINDA NELSON DAR Award5 National Honor Society 45 Class Officer 45 Student Council 45 All-Star Band 45 Band l,2,3,4g Sax Solo 1,3,45 Sax Duet 25 State Solo 8s Ensemble 25 Sax Quartet 1,3 ,45 Dance Band 1,2,3,4g Operetta Band 1,35 Band Council 4 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Triple Trio 3.4, State 45 Vocal Quartet 4, State 45 Music Librarian 35 Class Play 45 Forensics 45 FTA 2,3 ,4, Off. 3,45 Jr. Red Cross 3,4. Off. 35 Annual Club 3,45 Strut 85 Fret 3,43 Latin Club 3. MELFORD NELSON FFA 1,2 ,35 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 Photo Club 45 Library Club 45 Operetta 2,35 Boys' Glee Club 25 Baseball 15 DHIA l,2. IEANENE NOLL Class Secretary 45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Operetta 35 Dance Band 35 Triple Trio 4, State 45 Vocal Duet 45 Library Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 45 Jr. Red Cross 2,3 ,4, V. Pres. 45 Press Club 25 Annual Club 45 Photo Club 45 Strut 8a Fret 3,45 GAA 3,45 FHA 4. 81 DUANE ODALEN Mixed Chorus 1,25 FFA 1,2 ,3 ,4, Off. 3,45 Football 1,2 .3 ,45 Base- ball 3,45 Volleyball 3,45 Annual Club 3 ,45 Student Council 45 Photo Club 4, Off. 45 "E" Club 45 Class Play 3 ,4. RICHARD O'NEIL Press Club 2,35 Projection Club 3,4 Off. 45 FFA lg Football 1. MARY OWEN Library Club 2,35 GAA 3,45 Strut 8: Fret 4. CAROLYN PETERSON Glee Club 1,25 FHA 1,43 Strut 8: Fret 3,45 jr. Red Cross 3,4. KAY PETERSON GAA l,2,3,45 FHA l,2,3,4: Library l,2,3,4g Strut 84 Fret 3,45 Jr. Red Cross 3,45 Majorette l,2,3,45 Drum Majorette 2,3,45 Annual Club 3,45 Glee Club lg Mixed Chorus 3,45 Operetta 35 Sno-ball Attendant 45 Triple Trio 3,4, State 45 Vocal Duet 45 GAA Basketball Team 2,3,4, Capt.5 Class Play 3,4. PHYLLIS PLACE Girls' Glee Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 3,45 GAA 1,2 ,35 Jr. Red Cross 3,45 Strut 85 Fret 3,45 Annual Club 45 Operetta 3. JOAN POQUETTE Girls' Glee Club 15 GAA 1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 35 FHA l,2,3,4, V. Pres. 45 Jr. Red Cross 2,3 ,45 Press Club 2,3 ,45 FTA 3,4, Sec. 45 Strut 81 Fret 3,45 Annual Club 3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Operetta 35 Class Play 35 Student Council 35 Class Officer 35 National Honor Society 45 Latin Club. KENNETH PRICHARD Football lg Baseball 1,25 FFA l,2, 3,4, Track lg Basketball 1,2. VIRGINIA PRINE Band 1 ,2,3,45 Dance Band 3,45 Operetta Band 2,35 Mixed Chorus Acc. 45 Clarinet Duet 15 Piano Solo 1,2 ,3, State 25 Piano Solo All Star Concert 45 Solo-Ensemble Acc. 45 Jr. Red Cross 2,3 ,45 Strut 84 Fret 3,45 Annual Club 3,45 Press Club 45 Latin Club 35 National Honor Society. LOUISE QUIST Band l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 15 GAA 35 FHA 35 Strut 8: Fret 45 Jr. Red Cross 45 Brass Sextet 4. MARY LOU RICE Foreign Exchange Student to Germany5 National Honor Society 45 All Star Band 45 Forensics 1,3 ,4, State 3,45 Glee Club l,2,3, Acc.5 Press Club l,2,3,45 GAA 1,2 ,3,45 Class President 25 Homecoming Att. 25 Ir. Red Cross 2,3,45 FTA 2,35 Debate 25 Triple Trio 2,3,4, State 45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4, Social Chr. 35 Operetta 2,35 Operetta Band 15 Drum Ensemble 2, State5 Student Council 2,45 Honor Inter. Nos. 3, Sec.5 Mirabile Dictu 3,45 Band Council 3,45 Annual Club, Ass't Ed. 3, Editor 45 Cheerleader 3,45 Strut 8: Fret 3,45 Girls' Quartet 4, State5 Class Play 3,45 Dance Band 45 Girls' Basketball Team 45 SHO-Ball Att. 4. KENNETH SCHLADWEILER Football lg Press Club 25 Base- ball l. ROBERT SCHLADWEILER Projection Club 45 FFA l,3,45 Mixed Chorus 4. JANET SCHUMAKER GAA l,2,35 Glee Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Operetta 35 Strut 85 Fret 3,45 Jr. Red Cross 3,45 Annual Club 4. JUDY SLOCUM FHA 2,3,45 Jr. Red Cross 3,45 Strut 8: Fret 3,45 Junior Class Play Prompter. NOLAN SMITH Transfer from Sheyenne, N. D. 35 Baseball 3,45 Football 3,45 Basket- ball 35 Class Play 3,45 Forensics 4, State 45 Sno-ball King 45 Class President 45 Speech Club 45 Student Council 4, Treas. 4. JANICE STEINER GAA 1,25 Glee Club 15 FHA 2,3 ,4, Off. 3,45 Jr. Red Cross 3,4, V. Pres. 35 Strut 8: Fret 3 ,45 Press Club 3,45 Annual Club 3.4. 82 JIM STEINER Baseball 4, Man. 35 Football l,4, Man. 35 Annual Club 3,45 Press Club 3,45 Photo Club, Sec. 45 School Photographer 3,45 "E" Club 3,45 Volleyball 45 Basketball Man. 2,35 Projection Club 3. KENNETH STEPHENS Wrestling 3,45 Track 45 "E" Club. JUDY STOCKWELL Library Club 2,3 ,4, Pres. 45 Strut 8: Fret 3,45 Annual Club 3,45 Press Club 3 ,45 GAA 45 Student Council 45 Homecoming Queen 45 Vocal Solo 45 Triple Trio 4, State5 Mixed Chorus 4. BARBARA SWANSON GAA 2,3,45 FHA 15 Strut 84 Fret 3,4, Off. 35 Press Club 45 Annual Club 3,45 Girls' Glee Club lg Jr. Red Cross 3,45 Class Secretary 35 Class Play 4, Student Director 35 Girls' Basketball Team 4. MARVIN THOM Baseball lp Track 2,35 Football l,3,45 Basketball 1,25 FFA Basket ball 3,45 FFA 1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 4, Treas. 35 "E" Club 45 DHIA 1,2,3. LARRY TRAYNOR "E" Club 45 Track 35 Annual Club 3,45 FFA l,2,35 Wrestling 45 Base- ball l,4g Football 25 Volleyball 45 Basketball lg FFA Basketball 2,3. ARLENE WILKENS Library Club 1,25 GAA l,3,45Girls' Basketball Team 45 FHA 25 Class Play 3. PEGGY YOUNG GAA 2,3,45 FHA l,2,3,45 Strut 8i Fret 3,45 Library Club l,2,3,45 Press Club 2,3,45 Majorette lg Jr. Band lg Girls' Glee Club 1. .gn Ulf 1 'g-V, sl 1' , Q ,W :aff-fa W - 1 s 11 S. 'J . . . +I?" 2'2" ' ,134 ilu.-xfl 11? V .V - gl. S : 1 -,,. , V 'mf 'f ..A ,as . 'V 5' Ii 5 VV A Q 9 I A V' , , J , ka an 'ff I, U 1 ,. J '5 1 ' -nic Q 11" , .4 V ' A 1 if ,'?,jf:'5' l .r 'F 1' .za W f T 1,9 v A ffifi - .'g'5w,,f , Q "' 4 Q , W f 7. fp' , 2 M , H y If V, f 2 ,'. ,Ev 'f ,. if : . 9 x ' ' 'Cl 'wwf 1 , 1, ' V, Mix, - 10" u0"' ,W -9 MBV m....... +R fvluerfidemenfd Wa. U!!! I-'VICIU Nelson and MUVY LOU RICE UVB Seen Ruth Jahnlxe s old wash board IS a lnttle out of guzzlmg down the catsup and mustard at the date sa she wants a new Maytag from ERICK LITTLE GRAND CAFE Ellsworth Wusconsun 50N 5 ELECTRIC 5HOP Ellsworth w.sConS..-, This luttlehboy must be an apprentice to Jerome Ed Iour lanltor says You mean I have to pay ms at I e ELLSWORTH Fooo LocKERs AND carry tw scHuLTE s SUPER FAIR EOS? EllSWOI'fl" WIS Ellsworth Wlsconsln Sharon Collamore says make up does wonders for LeMar Larson Amta Wulllams and Steve Hove Mary Lou Rice BEN FRANKLIN STORE East are bowllng at the ELLSWORTH RECREATION Ellsworth Wls CENTER Ellsworth Wlsconsln But Anita you have no alley' Full nt up, Frltzl CITY SERVICE STATION, Manlyn Doollttle and Joan Cook are drsappolnted Ellsworth, Wnsconsln Frutz Krungs, Owner. because they can't get stereophonlc sound for 517 50 at the COAST TO COAST STORE, Ellsworth, Wisconsin. Ik ' 1 3 ' Q 1 I M 1 EY., ,EZ - - , . . , . . . I . - - , . . 1 1 , 1 - ' I ,-V E 1 ' Y N ' ' ' v - y 11 I h ' - 11 1 . ' ' ' 1 ' , . 2 W I 1 -1 ' I 1 ' I . . . ,, . I ' 1 I ' I 11 We speclallze In prescruphons JELEN S THE HERALD shoves plates on this machine DRUG STORE Ellsworth Wlsconsln Let s see fhe Panthers shave out a few more VICfOfI8S say Marilyn Doollfile and her dad Bull Oltman IS glvmg Roger Barfletfa sales?olk Mlke Young IS helping Sharon Collamore decide at THE OLTMAN FORD MOTOR SALES what type of policy she would luke at her age Ellsworth Wlsconsln THE SERVICE AGENCY Ellsworih Wnsconsln ,, . . . . . ,, , . . . . ' I ll I I I ' . . ,, . . , . K . ' 1 , w"" n:.'n.,4 '. nv.. ,-' -I -rf 4 , . I ' I I Everyone knows Scofty 'he mascof of ihe Pai Dunn ALWAYS buys her Tootsle Pops of SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION Ellsworfh STEINER BROTHERS GROCERY Eqs1Ells wlfh his dad Guy busy worlung at has desk stops o moment Sharon Collamore fells Ralph Wmberg 'ha' she to answer the phone of KAY S SERVICE would luke Owo 12 x 12 carpets for her hope STATION Ellswor?h Wisconsin Phone chesf WINBERG FURNITURE and FUNERAL CR 3 5511 SERVICE Ellsworth I . Wisconsing Phone CR 3-4414. l'Ie is seen here worih, Wisconsin. I Karen Prescher s car ns benng serviced by Wnndy The dnsplay wnndow at MARGARET S SHOPPE Chlcquette at the STANDARD STATION nn Bay Ladies Apparel and Sportswear 222 Bush Street Cnty Wnsconsnn Red Wnng Mnnnesota Alnce Evans and Mnllne Sprnggle are taknng a Mary Rnce ns trynng to Insten to a Hn Fn set at coffee break at ALICE S CAFE Bay Cnty WEBBER S MUSIC and INSTRUMENT CO Red Wnsconsnn Wnng Records Musnc and Hn Fn Hey Mary turn nt on fnrst' Sv Karen are you deposntnng or withdrawing from Bunny Johnson ns Iooknng at earrnngs at the R BAY CITY STATE BANK Bay Cnty Wnsconsnn7 and S PHARMACY Red Wnng Mnnnesota But haven t you got another one lnke I bought last year" Mane Wandmacher ns the frnendly checkout gurl Meet Blackne from BLACKIE S RADIATOR SHOP at BAY CITY SUPER MARKET Bay Cnty located below Johnson s Tnre Shop Red Wnng Wnsconsnn Mnnnesoto , M , f , q Ii - 1 I W - . I R x 1 - - - - . . I I . . . , . I . .u . I , I - I I I 'I ' 1 I ' I 1 .' ' . , af , 9 H .A 5 " . r g' G I ,,. ' A .r . . . . . .. I I ' ' l I ' , . lt tr' . 4 . . . . . . . , . . , , , 1 Q Sr I wish ALLYN S BAKERY made dog bnscunts Jane Funn tells Fern Balm of CHALET STUDIO too Fancy Pastry and Cookies Anniversary Tlwss IS my best slde Red Wung Mlnnesota Birthday and Wedding Cakes Red Wing Minnesota I Gary Hauscluldt IS seen unspectmg o slide pro This one fits fme l II take a dozen OBERG lector at the CLAYDON S PHARMACY Red JEWELERS Red Wing Minnesota Wing Minnesota JOHNSON JEWELRY Gordon Johnson Jeweler Ruth Jahnke and Linda Nelson say If we can Princess Dlamond Rlngs Ellsworth Wisconsin both get In the chair can we get two haurcuts for the price of one? ERIC JOHNSON S BARBER SHOP Ellsworth Wlsconsln Earl Brown vlce president and manager IS seen Mary Lou Tracy and Joan Cook fund at hard t slttlnq at hls desk at the TOWN and COUNTRY turn their back on thus dBIlCIOUS display at REALTY INC Ellsworth Wusconsnn R Wnlber FELLMAN S BAKERY Ellsworth Wlsconsm Brookshaw Pres :dent Q -1350! ,,,+--v W A rf' IB ll ,..-.,-1- Don Beebe says June IS Dairy month Hello JOHNSON S TIRE SHOP J T speak MCCONNELL S DAIRY Pasteurlzed and Raw mg Red Wlng Munnesota Phone DU 5339 Mulk Cream Chocolate Buttermllk Phone 35531 Ellsworth Wnsconsln Legur Q E, W' ANDY S CAFE located at Bay Cnty Wlsconsln Hey muster hang on to that Bubble Up Bunny s pretty strongll REICHERT BOTTLING COMPANY 316 Bluff Street Red Wing Mun nesoto Phone DU 8 389I qi' 1 - I 1 'I' I I. I: I I . . 'I I - ' 1 . I ' 5' l ' Qi , - i ' ' w l l S lllllylllsalem y - or ' 9 ' . i 5 ' r.4. .. Q - -S ' I liasy lla . I . J 1 h Q 1 n I R R I '. O Neat Arlln Armstrong receptlonlst at ELMER Thus dog belongs to Carl Cohn owner of the N OPSAL REAL ESTATE OFFICE Ellsworth MILAGE GAS SERVICE East Ellsworth Wusconsm Wlsconsln -I-.2 Thls IS the PIERCE COUNTY SALES Ells Neal Harding IS looking at Johnson Outboard worth Wlsconsm Motors at BAY CITY HARDWARE Phone Hager 2'lR25 Bay Cnty Wls r 1 ' I 5 I I . . in-. " - X . . ' . . . I 1 ' , I 1 - fr- Gomg on a servuce call IS Paullne Johnson lun Wrgqrgf Demufh asks Does your sulverware recenfly hired by TRIPP S TIRE SHOP Red only come un fl'llS color7 BENSON S JEWELRY Wang Mlnnesofa How IS business Bunny"' Red Wmg Minnesota 17' wwf PFAFF Vlrglma Prine and Ruih Jahnke are making Beep beep Here comes the Pfaff sewing purchase of KUHN DRUG STORE Red Wing machine truck from WEDD SEWING MACHINE Minnesota Hang on hgh? Gmgerl CO Pfaff Sewing Machines Red Wlng Mln nesofa If feels luke a coat :O looks luke a coat t One pull please CITY DRUG STORE Red IS a coat say 7wo of the clerks from JOHNSON Wang Mlnnesofa 8- MEYER INC Red Wmg Minnesota Vlrgnnla Pune us enpoymg a coke at HOLMES Lmda Nelson IS glancing at Qhe plcfures af REXALL DRUG STORE Complete Drug Service MOSING STUDIO Red Wing Munnesofa Red Wing Munn - M,.,.- I 1 f X. Q . . . . . ,, . I - u - - ' n v - ' ll ' ' ' ll . . . I . I ' 1 ' y . g 'lil Y ...gygvxf U "ful l f fl . QILL, r-VH f yn I , I - -J---1 , I 5 5 , L Q! W., ., V , ' f OO, ' A . 1, , u ra .- D A g ., I I v - ' ll ll ' o , - I I . u . . rl . . . . . ' I ' 5 I I . -1 H . . . . H . n 1 l'l I ' I 1 Il . . I I . I 'I I ' Nw I . . . I . I . . . I . Congratulations fo the grcduafes from all of us of the NEW BOXRUD S COMPANY Red Wing Mlnnesofu Congratulations Class of 59 Aones Cook D D S Klaus Loue O D R Ril y D H B Sloilcew, D D Margaret Demuflw and Joan Poquefle are lwaving their feed bag filled at LLOYD'S PRODUCE Red Wing, Minnesolo. "Here ii cones, Muggsl" Phon HAVERI-ANDT'S MUNSON'S PRINTING SHOP Groceries, Eggs, lfeerl e CR 3-5480 Ellsworth Red Wing 'lliINlCS0t3 LARSON QUINN C0 Phon fll 3 1'3'Sl R A JONES DVM lflls ortlw F D 81 SUPPLY General Farm Supplies 7Nlnt ll Il LORD ABSTRACT COMPANY Established 1887 P rce fo tv Kb tra ll?9TR1CT0RQ l'lls orth WIS e I ,-A . , lfllswortll Wis- , ,w lllis. ie , un ' . s cts lllm. lll. Jlloran Charlotte fl. .qaxto L01 ai S . llecl Win Nli Y1. l w , n' . Vernon Snow is getting has hanr cut at BEN WIEBERDINK S BARBER SHOP East Ellsworth Wnsconsln Hey, I found the socks that we got the gravy out of' RED WING CLEANERS 8- LAUNDERERS 315 Plum Street Red Wmg Mlnnesoto Judy Stockwell as looking at the drsplay of Ink pens at NILSSEN PHARMACY East Ellsworth How for does this one squart7 Bunny Johnson rs looking at the carpet dasplay at A. SWANSON G SONS, Red Wmg Minnesota But Miss this IS the I23rd one I ve shown you already Here s a pair that II lust match Barry s car Judy Stockwell IS looking at the earrlng display at KAISER JEWELRY INC 403 3rd Street Red Wlng Mmnesota Kay Peterson rs munching on a candy bar at JOHNSON COFFEE SHOP East Ellsworth Phone CR 3 4748 She says Frannre sand ut s a Low-Cal candy bar Gary says For the last time gurls what do you wont? TED'S CAFE Red Wang Manne- sota Mr and Mrs Connie Hovde propruetors of the HOVDE HARDWARE CO Ellsworth Wrsconsln Z. 's . . . U I rr r 1 . ' I e I I O 2 X S 94 ' I ' r - u . . ,, H . . . , ' I I rr . Sie 452. ,Wi WW n y . , . , H , . . . 1 I H . . I 'I I ' ' I - - - 1 u r n I . I u - . . . I I 1 ' ' 1 n . . . . - I 1 -1 1 ' . Where do you pu! the gasoline un?" CSL THE TRNER CUPBOARD Mr Ray Mamn MOTOR FREIGHT Ellsworth Wlgcengm proprietor says We serve meals and short Phone CR 3-5433 orders Ellsworth Wisconsin Ladies' Twilight Bowlmg League af NYBO LANES, Red Yung, Minnesota. Q 4' 4 All " 'Q . ,.N. , if , ' Q . 'Q . . A . 01' - 5 Q ll 1 . ' Q I ' I 1 . 0 ll , , Q H I I , , . , . Enloy Mangold Quality Chelc cl Dalry Products Look or the Bug Red Check 1 9' Mike Meacham can t seem to convmce Mary Lou Tracy to purchase a stove at MEACHAM MARIGOLD DAIRY ELECTRIC Ellsworth Jeomne says The new slum lme IS here to I-uture mechanlcs of tomorrow are studying under EIISWOYYI1 THE MOBILGAS STATION East Ellsworth Sure hope we dldn t mnss our Moypo adver We can t want untnl we get our class rnngs tlsement say Bob and Duck Culver MARVIN say Anlta Carol and Joonette MILTON THOMS STRUVE S East Ellsworth JEWELRY Ellsworth ELLSWORTH LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS Ill John Stenberg Proprietor For a late or early snack come to the TASTEE FREEZE ot Ellsworth open from II 00 AM to "ODPM CR34644 n 9 . f as - as VI ' 44 f 3. stay." DORA 8. LOLA'S DRESS SHOP, East the supervision of Ed Johnson, proprietor of I E St A l l It pays to shop at WIBERGS In East Ellsworth Mary has dlrtphobla She us seen here dustmg Carol says they re first In fashion at pruces you the MOBILGAS bulk truck Operated by Lorerl can afford to pay Phone CR 3 4661 Larson Congratulations to the Class of '59 from Lester Carol and Judy say, "Harvey grinds all our Hanes. HINES TRANSFER COMPANY, East corn." HARVEY CHRISTENSON FEED MILL, Ellsworth, Wlsconsln. East Ellsworth, Wls. L c l RIVER FALLS GENE S CA N CLEANERS AND STUDIO LAUNDERERS DID BFST LIIQIH 9 TO TIIL KF ELLSWORTH BOTTLING WORKS Robert Young Proprietor E EH h 7 Gen B E y I- g 'I I River FQIIS, Wi ' ' 1, 'h . IV' od I, If .'9. Cl,p1,'S I ,'O os? sworf Nell IS busy falling Bob Fetzer s car the hot Alvin says Just a trim Mr Dunne NELON S Buick at NEIL S TEXACO SERVICE CR BARBER SHOP East Ellsworth Wnsconsm 3 S139 Ellsworth Wlsconsm Judy Chrlstenson Carol Bork Bob and Richard Culver are looking over the grand display of light fixtures at the ELLSWORTH FARMER S UNION East Ellsworth Wlsconsm l w . . 1 1 I ll ' ll I If . 1 1 1 ' ' - 11 I - - 1 , 1 1 ' ' 1 , 1 i' 4 ' -L l QQ-1, Hg l , ' l 1 1 - ' u . . 1 1 ' I . Dlana and Boyd are Iooklng over the meat Lavonne Peterson and Joy BOGIFTICH Ore display at LARSON S SUP ER MARKET East polntmg out the REA od QUIT LIVING IN Ellsworth THE DARK PIERCE PEPIN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE East Ellsworth 11 'S' f.Y if vgf The Steves QHove and Anderson, are wondering Dewey Odalen IS feeding Larry Wall speclal uf Frank Campbell Ilves here FRANK CAMP formula of Pure Onl from HAESSLY OIL BELL DeaIer ln quality dairy cattle Phone COMPANY East EIIswortI1 CR 3 5206 Ellsworth Wlsconsln Viv E l E AT D mwvnx JWKSPK M MW 'WW Mary get ln and drive EATON HEATING 8- Another busy day at the ELLSWORTH HATCHERY SHEET METAL, alr conditioning and sheet 8- FEED East Ellsworth Wls metal contractors Ellsworth Phone CR 3 5589 Bo and Duck aren t they a little small? BOB S Robert J and Gregg W are shown driving to SHOE REPAIR SHOP East Ellsworth Wis school on their John Deere MIDWAY IMPLE MENT COMPANY Phone CR 3 5252 Ellsworth ,-.1 Mary Jane Crownhart and Janet Krause are "Watch out, daddy-O, I'm coming through." looking at the plywoll supplies of FULLERTON SWANSON'S GAMBLE STORE, East Ellsworth, LUMBER COMP ANY, East Ellsworth, Wisconsin. Wisconsin. THE ELLSVD RTH RECORD First in news- First in pictures. Pierce County Seat News- M- paper commercial printing and publishing. CR 3-5441 it Joy Boatman and Lavonne Peterson are stocking feed at DEISS AND NUGENT FEED STORE East Ellsworth r Bolln has lost his motor and Marv Huber fHUBER S SERVICE STATION knows where o find lt In the trunk Coonle Funk and the neighbor are standing by BERNICE S BEAUTY SHOP Professional one ofthe trucks from FUNK S TRANSFER Core IS the Best for the HCI' Phone CR Bay Cnty Wisconsin Phone Esdanle ll I5 3 4443 Ellsworth WISCONSIN Jane Finn and Mary Rice trying on the latest Steve Anderson is helping Gloria Romero saw Robin Hood creations at FITZSIMMON S G log Gt CONSOLIDATED LUMBER CO EOS? HAT SHOP 2ll Bush Street Red Wing Ellsworth Steve Hove is loafmg Minnesota 'v 1 1 1 4 1 P. . S-V 4- vv - i K f ll fi . Er, I -, . M . , I O I t - . . . . I n - 1 , . T rr I . I . . . - -. , . V 2- , f an 0 rl - 1 1 1 I ' ' . 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