Enderlin High School - Enodak Yearbook (Enderlin, ND)

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JE 3 MRM 41" f- . Q 'fir' 4. QQ v j ef 'Y' x 5 QR "4 na. ., .Lg -if iff 5123. 1 :Zi-:' V, o w 'aijlzzp , w .ak u iii 1 , I l Za., 'JM M va-.-,N 2 ftwxeix gi 41 alll? HDMINISTRHTION Back row H Lxndenann, D Ste1nhaus, Seated P Archbold, P Oehlke, R Torbenson Mr Zlegenhagen supeuntendent, Nlr Combs pr1nc1pa1, onentatlon, duvers' educanon, and general chemzstry, phys1cs, and world geo- math graphy : . ' . ' .. : . , , C , J W -1 W D' . . - . A . - . . . . I l Mr. Rhode coach, algebra, geome Mr. Ertelt coach general sc1 7 try, advanced algebra, tr1gonome ence, blology, and physxcal educa try, and physlcal educat1on t10D -uvi"" Q X NJ: Mr Sedevxc seventh and hth d xr btox tel cho1r and band 131.-,tBcnier tsworld h1sto:y an ln grade combination us r1a ar . Mr Kunz U s nlsrory P D P Mrs. chr1st1anson - hnsllsh I vias Lundberg ' typlng' snufthanuf ' ' - - - - - d b kk . Law, and psychology, ' ' and II. and Lafln an Oo eeplng al 9 '41 ee. 1' f 4' o ' 1' a I ' ' I 4 M ' X f V 'E ,I I , hh L ,fi ' ' A FF' x , :WW x Q L l , . . . . . na w .44 ggi' iii A V LA .V f ' 'vw V-1 , , f Af ' M N' L' Q F' Mal' K ' L 'L 'Fx' g f ,' h Y K Q? . vo . , S17 E c 12, 1 . yr ,A L V., I! , A 512211 bk,V ' W " f' ,r ,Ax J!! 5, iffy- A K ' w . X1 5 , ' X a :y X 1 ' ' W W EM, Y , A' ,L - - . . - . ' U - 1 Gig h . w ' ' , ' . . . , n ' E 1 a li e a r l i in ' v Mrs. Stoffel English Iv Mrs. Pederson home econonucs physlcal educat1on, and Mrs. Cumnungs Engllsh III Mrs. Wavra Seventh Grade NIS- Hagen elghth Bride Mr, Dudcn amd Mr. Wagner - Ja,n1tor and assxstant. ,. Q4 . , , - Q Q N N . ,V O X . - - " o PEP CLUB Fmrst Row D Lemna, C Erbstoesser, A Flnger, P Hong, J waldhalm, D Llnde mann, D Archbold J Geske, D Vee Second Row Advmsor A Lundberg, K Gun derson, M L1ebenow, J Isakson, M Chrxstl C Brbstoesser, D Allard, B Hoel S Praedr1ch, L Sp1ekerme1er, L Janz. Thlrd Row S Syverson, M Lxndemann M Lzndemann, J Petrxch, B Bllefson, J Petterson, S Berglund, A Hong, S Shelver, J Ander Larson, L. Helmer, eller, N Foss, C Gyldenvand Smxth M Ford, C Koetz, son, D Wolf H Geske, C Pernow, D. Maclver, K Sxegel, S J Geske Fxfth Row S Vee, J wadeson, K Olson J Bach Knatz, K Schm1tz, C Wallner, C lemna, S Bacheller, P Row C Janz, J Tollefson, P Buttke, B Freder1ck S Wolf M B1l11ng, D Myhre, B. Kraemer, H Lxndemann, M Bordt o y o 0 s I l o a ' I D O O . 1 I I O o I o Q l o I 2 Q a . Werkhoven, M. Fritz, M. Waldhalm, A. Ritter. Fourth Row: D. Spiekermeier, M. o U g u Q o D o o s U I n o o , o ' O I O l I l O I Q I 2- ol 0 o O u - g 0 ENODAK STAFF Front Row A Flnger, B Bllefson, J Trapp, J Geske, C Janz, C Brbstoesser Adv1sor J Combs Back Row D Clem, B Fraase, C Petrzch, R Smedshammzr, H Trapp, J Tollefson M L1ndemann EAGLETTE STAFF Front Row H Llndemann, Advlsor A Lundberg, A Fxnger, D wavra, C hrbstoes ser, K Gunderson Second Row D Allard, J Ceske, C Fernow, K S1egel, P Hong, L Helmet, S Larson, J Anderson Th1rd Row P Gyldenvand J waldhalm P Duffy, C Hamre, C Halverson, J Bacheller, J Tollefson : 0 0 0 0 l 0 Q . . . 4 o - o o Q c 0 o g a Q I 0 o o Q 0 ' . ' ' s 0 . o o o s 0 0 0 o I 0 , o 9 o a o a o KEY CLUB :SEM gow C Petnchv J TU-DP. D WOISKY, K Svedjan C Halverson Second D P Schmitz, J Isakson, P Duffy D Geske D Utke C Hamre Th1rd Rgw owers, D Wavra B Cummlngs, D Burke, L Nelson UNCIL Front Row M L1ndemann, C Petr1ch, A F1nger L Redmond, J Trapp, L Otte son Adv1sor J Combs Second Row C Cavett, J Petrxch, M Llebenow, P Gyl denvand, B Ellefson, J Patterson, B Wolf lhlrd Row H Trapo, R Smedsham- mer, M Torbenson, D Wavra, C Olson, D wolsky : . ' - 5 . I t . ' 1 0 u o , . , ' ' ' I 0 9 0 Q 2 C ' I Q , . . 2 o 0 0 y 0 o c " , 0 Q 2 o o u Q "' Q Q 0 0 : 0 , Q . . Q O . scqum: cnnnnmonas IEW QM 5 Mr fig? ,,4-Arg mr Qsffif-' left to Right Jo Anne Geske Julxe Geake Patty Gylden vmd, Donna Spiekernerer Judy Tollefaon SQU AD CH EERLUNDERS EY' Top to bottom Sherry Kay Mxller Karen Soren son Mane Anderson Kathy Green Front Row B Schonte1ch, R Muxlenburg, R McGregor, G Olson, D Llndemann, K Cresuell, M Schxmming, Utke, Second Row Mrs Wavra, T Peterson, D B1111ng, R Sullivan, M Jacobs, Waldhalm C Fraedrxch, J Pernow, F Poff Th1rd Row C Llndemann, L Mayer, Halverson, K P1nger, J Skramstad, G Keene, D Johnson, T Archbold, D Freltag Back Row B Gxllund, E Stelnhaus, W Gxlbertson P Gzllnnd, G Nord, B Ernst, M Trapp P Skramstad Not pzctured G Frltz h Front Row Mr SedEV1C, A Mychagluk, L Muth, B Anderson K Carlson M Geske W Berglund L Ophelm Second Row W Jorgensen, M Scott, J Oelke, W Pxerce, B Gutknecht, S Syverson Thzrd Row B Boxrud, T Doelxng, D Maclver, C Han son, D Helmer, J DeKay, D Berglund, J Cummlngs Back Row D Aashlem P Nord, J Petrxch C Llndemann, S Larson, K Green K Krueger . o . - Ko . : 0 0 o' ' . o ' Q Lo , n ' o s 9 . 3 o . Q Fo o . o o o O Front Row Mrs H2-gen. S Grvfh. A BP-Y11SSf D Halvofscnv 5 Miller' G Jam' C Neros, W Shlect, J Chrastl Second Row M Anderson, J Greene M Wolf, B Johnson, D Pr1bbenow, R Boxrud, 0 Olson, D Klmble Thlrd Row M Fraeder1ck, B Trapp, C Doe11ng, M Vee, C Nygaard, G D2-85121111 D AYWCYSOD. B 519861 Back Row M Archbold, G Wallner, G Walters, N Anderson, N SCUIH-ldfn M Pflbbenoih K Sorenson, A Shelver Not pzctured D Gunderson, G Westphal Front Rour K Kapaun, D Freltag, M Overby, G Orm1ston, J Mayer, M Fr1tz, M Mark, A Rxtter Second Row J Geske, C Llndemann, S Frazder1ck, D Mayo, G Olson, T Thorpe L Sp1ekerme1er, D Llndemann, P Rolland Thlrd Rowg M Wald halm, S Werkhoven, J Patterson, A Tuttle, C Cavett, A Hong, C Crane, L Prxtz, T Oeder Fourth Row F He1nz, J D1v1ne R Steedsman, O Roessler R Lemma, E Frederzck, N Foss, D Maclver, L Ponader, A Olson Back Row E Wolf, L Brazel, K. Kapaun, D Groth, L Vee, F Kraft, E Janz D Archbold, D Llndemann Not p1ctured C Johnson, H Pederson 2 0 0 ' . ' . . . o o - s 2 o ' ' ' ' . . 0 A 0 ' . . . : .. Q l . U ' ' ' , . .. I o I ' ' ' . . . , 2 o 0 ' I U I . I I ' C U . ill u . o 2 Q n K o - Q Q 0 y 1 4 . o A 0 0 I 0 ' l Q . U . Q 0 I o o I 0 . o I n g o o y o D . Q . O l U : I if . . Q C 1 . . . I ' z . . . Front Row M Blllzng, C. Kaatz, B. Ellefson, L Schmltz, C Wallner, M Lln demann, J Petr1ch, J Geske Second Row L. Selander, R Gross, B Reynolds, M Chrzstl, C Erbstoesser, S Berglund, E. Hoel, J. Isakson, L Janz Th1rd Koetz, S Vee, D, Myhre, B, Kraemer, Fourth Row M Torbenson, R Johnson, G. Daub, D Blasl, A. Axmbrust, W Wallin, J. Gzllund, D Clem, J Geyer, P1fth Row B, G111und, R, Frmtz, D Fraedrich, R. Lezdall, R Mueller, D, Wolters, B. Fraase, O. B1askowsk1, K Olson. Not p1ctured L Johnson, K. Schontelch The Sophomore Class has the bzggest class rn the High School G Glllund R Prrtz B Fraase and M Torbenson were the four on the A Squad from the Sop omore class J Geske was the only Sophomore glrl to become cheerleader Thelr Homecomlng candxdate was B Ellefson Student Councll members were B Ellefson, J Petrlck, and K Olson Then: class 8dV1SOIS were Mr Ertelt ani fs Chrxst ranson Sophomore class offxcers are Pres M Torbenson V1ce Pres M Lxnnewann Sec Treas. J Petrlck N ! ,V . Row: T. Praedrich, C. Wellentin, W. Thorpe, S. Wolf, M. Bordt, M. Ford, C. g 2 0 0 I . I . . . C O Front Row H. Geske, P Gyldenvand, D Spzekermeier, C Fernow, D Wolf, J Anderson K. S1.e el , g , P. Hong Second Row S Syverson, S urson, L. Helmer, D Vee, V Green, B Rolland, M. Llebenow, D. Schnutz D Allard Third R ow D Utke, P Buttke, J. Isakson, K Olson, A. Bordt,'C Lemza, J Bacheller, M Shel 0 Son, C Hamre, H Trapp, Frfth Row J. Greene, D. Bgerke, D, Wavra: B. Crm- mmgs, M Gutknecht, K, Svedgan, R Smedshammer, Not p1ctured K, Knutson the junxor Class won fxrst place nth then float at Homecom1ng thu year The class had two boys startxng on the A Squad thms year, they were R Smedsham- -mer and K SvedJan Others on the team were L Nelson, H Trapp, D havra, and C Hamre Cheerleaders from the Jun1or Class were P Gyldenvand and D Spxekernu. rer Members of the Student Councrl were R Smedshammer, P Gyldenvand, D Havra and M Lxebenow Homecomxnp, candmates were P Gyldenvand, D Spaekermexer, an K Knutson P Gyldenvand ms the 1959 Sweethearts Ball Queen w1th C Fernow and D Sp1ekerme1er her attendalus tro-x the Junzor Class The junlor Class adv1sors were Mrs Cumuunbs and Mrs Peterson A' Q .W ' ' K .A a " ! A f- 1 "Av 1' r ' X '-Z. . 0 2 0 0 . ver. Fourth Row: D. Geske, C. Halverson, R. Powers, P. Duffy L Nel- .. ' . ' ' ' . . ' ' d Left to Rxght Student manager Bud Schm1tz, Howze Trapp, Lloyd Red mend, Roger Fr1tz Ken Svedjan Bud Smlth, Curt1s Petrxch, Ron Smeds hammer Maynord Torbenson Larry Nelson and Curtms Hamre U N Curt Llo d X 9459 B d l 34 XWF Bud Ken Curt The 1958 59 basketball team had a very successful season, gorng to the state tournament and wlnnlng three troph1es, They finlshed wmth a 23 wma and 6 losses record The Eagles took flrst place m the Ch.r1stmas tournament and the Dxstrlct tourn- ament They took second :Ln the Rcgzonal and were beaten m the con- sulatmon flnal at the state tourn- ament Three senlors ended then hmgh school career at the state tournament Lef t to Rxght Fmrst Rowg W.Bergland, T.Thorpe, K.Ophe1m, B.C111und, C'H3n50n, D.He1mer, Pederson, Second Row. L.Fr1tz, M Over-by E wolf C , - ' C'Braze1' B-516831 . C.Cavett . 1 kg P , i ! ' , 1 o , 1 . F - P 2 1 2 1, Ron b Lloyd Q29 xL y Q00 Left to nght fzrst row, Curtzs Petnch, Larry Schmadt, Dave Burke, Don Wavra, Darrel Gulland, John Trapp, and Ken Svedjm nd seco row, Jerome Jankowsh, Bud Smith, Ron Smedshammer, and Lloyd Redmond. -0-Q, The 1958 football team fznxshed wzth a, very dzsappomtmg four wma, three losses and one txe record. The Eagles, never beaten badly, Just did not get the breaks dren they counted, Seven sexuors ended then.: , Iugh school careers. 2 S . Fiiigi-Q k f t . . . . ' I X-Vx n k 5 60 A0 QF , Left to Rlght Pxrst Row Jerome JRHKOWSKI, Jchn Trapp, Lloy Ken S d ve Jan, Curtzs Petr1ch, Second Row Roman Lrtelt, How1e Ron Smedshammer, Larry Nelson, Danny Clem Bud Schmltz john Th1rd Row Colln Halverson, Curtzs Hamre, Maynord Torbenson, Olson, Don MacGregor, Darrel Gugland, Fourth Row Don wavra Smxth, Roger Frrtz, Larry Schmldt, and Dave Burke. , KYNWXXC d Redmond, Trapp . Rhode Kurt Bud ,- John Bud Back row M Torbenson, C Halverson, B Fraase, C Petrrck, D wavra J Trapp G Glllund P. Duffy, D Powers, D Utke 4th row D Clem, G Daub C Hmre R Johnson. C Jmz, J rouefson, P. Burke, A. Olson, B ch mrtz, B Reynolds 3rd row J Peterson, M Blllxngs H L1ndema.nn, D Wolf, P Gyldenvand, C Fernov, K Olson, S Fraedenck, C Kaatz, S Wolf 2nd row D Lemna, A R1tter, T Odet C Crane, M Lrndemann M Shelver Hong, M Mark, D Mayer C Lemna lst row M Lxebenow J Geske A Frnger, S Larson, J Petrlck, M Llndemann, K Gunderson, L Helmet, K Schmltz D Mayos Back row: J Geske, J Tollefson and J Petrrck seated, C Janz Gfflcers Smce 1920 there has been a. Sen.1or Chou at Bnderlm H.1.gh School. Mr. Olufson, the ongm ator of the chorr, held the frrst performance of the cholr at a. church m Nome. Mrs Ho1v1k, who succeeded Mr Olufson, formed a, choxr that was w1de1y known all over Notth Dakota and Canada Our present dlrector 15 Alex Stoffel The choxr conszsts of 55 members, presentnzq, a Chrrstmas and Sprmg Concert and takmg part 1n the Sprrng Festlval The student body thanks the Musxc Department for the work they have put 1n to entertaln us students and the commxmrty. o 0 o o q , o g 0 - e o o o s e n ' ' ' 0 n ns' 0 Q 0 0 Q , q. , 0 0 I 0 o 0. . o 0 e Q , g , , , 'P. 0 0 1 0 s o 0 ,g , . o Q Q . , , " . I . . --- , o o o . . 4-7 o 0 , , c , , . Q lst row La, Fernow J Skramstad, T Archbold, J Oehlke W Schlecht D I Halvorson, D Helmet M Llebenow, L Soaekermemer B Er t D , ns , Berglund K Muth, K Creswell 2nd row: M Lmdemann J Petnck, A Rmtter E 1 Stemhaus, B Boxrud, R Gross C Hanson, M Trapp C Brbstoesser, C L1n demann, D Vee, C L1ndema.nn 3rd row J Petrxck, R Grllund, C Wallner M Shclver, P Gyldenvand, H Geske, C Fernow C Nygaard, B Ellefson, J Peterson, S Larson, L Helmer 4th row: C Kaat G , w, raedrzck, B Kraemer, J Bacheller, K Olson 5th row H Trapp R Smedshammer, C Halverson, J Green, D wavra, K SvedJa.n Mr Stoffel, B Cummings C Pet , nck, J Trapp, J Tollefson, C Jan? M B111lngs Bnderlm H.1.gh Sc11ool's first orchestra was formed m 1921 under the d1rect1on of Mr Oluf son That same year he also started aband, much fust performed at a basketball game at w Ac When Mr Olufson left, he was replaced by Mr Holuk, who d1d a. wonderful Job as dl rector Our present drrector, Mr Stoffel. has 67 members rn Ins band They take part m muslc festivals and also mn the WDAY Band Fest1val 111 Fargo, besldes present1ng hvme Concerts C Fernow J Bacheller, P Gyldenvand U 0 1 0 0 1 0 Q I ' . . . . 2, . Daub, D, Archbold, B: Trapp, K. Sorenson M. Pribbeno B. F ' , , SEX f f ? J Geske, P Gyldenvand, J Tollefson, K Olson, C Fernow, K Gundersonf Back row M B1111ngs, M Archbold J Greene J Trapp, B Cummlngs, C Halvorson, C Janz 3r row H Geske, Kraemer E Fraedrmcks 2nd tow M Llndemann, J Petrlck, L Helmet, S Larson, D Vee, J Peterson, C Wallner st row R Gross, D Helmer, C Hanson, M L1e benow, D Halverson, C Llndemann, C Lrhstocs ser, B Ellefson o ' 0 o 2 0 . 0 y I 4 d : Q Bu 1 0 . 9 C, Fernow, M. Shelver, J. Bacheller, K. Olson. . . . . . 1 P Standmg Left to Rmght D. Spiekermeier, P Gyldenvand, C JU12. J OVCIUYQ B Bllefson, P Rolland Seated J Geske 'ff ff' 7 YL Allif Y CQYUWW 01 September 19, 1958, the Bnderlm Eagles defeated Bdgeley 36 to 6 m the homecomzng football game. In the evenmg the student counczl sponsored a. dance m the hlgh school gym. JoAnn Geske was crovned homecoming queen, The parade was comhmed nth the corn show pa rade the day before. O IJ ' O A W' . Y ,' J , A ,ffl , ' 3 .4w" .V A Mi W my 'Ja' .- . c.: gs x g H . I V , A ,3 F 'I fx ' . ' L ff , , 19- A - - Left to Rlght D Gulland, C Fernow, J Waldhalm, D. Havra, C Jam, P Gyld LdCCTlI!'JCa.rf5 all G1 February 7, the Pep Club sponsored the 1959 Sweethearts Ball There were thuty n.1.ne couples present JoAnn Geske cromed Patty Gyldenvand and Lyle Otteson, the new queen and king Followmg the co- ronatlon was the grand march, led by the king and queen, Punch servers were Andrea Hong, Blea nor Frederick, Edward Wolf, and Courtney Brazel. l l envand, L. Otteson, J. Tollefson, K. Svedjm, D. Spiekermeier, I.. Redmond. A007 Muifwd xv 22' I' f Y ' 'w Y' ' O Psrst Row K. Olson, D Allard, P Hong, L. Helmer, P Gyldenvand. Second Row Mr. Kunz, J Bacheller, C. Fernow, D Wolf, H Geske Thrrd Row R Snedsham- mer, J Isakson, C. Hamre, H Trapp, P Duffy Fourth Row C. Halverson, Wavra, I Svedgan, B C mmlngs C'355 aY A ghostly fxgure brlngs a warnrng of death to the master of the Red House durrng a pleasant summer house party Although at 15 revealed as a prank of a guest, Mark rs drsturbed and resentful The next day a v1o- lent argument rs overheard between Mark and has brother A shot rrngs out, the brother rs found dead. and Mark has varushed To the X pollce at seems clearly h0mlC1dE ne of the guests, an amateur detectrve, 18 certarn the after an attempt 1S made on his lrfe The case 15 hard to solve, for among the guests are many who m1ght benefrt from hrs death the actress tryxng for her comeback, the mag or who has been defrauded of moneyg Betty and B111 who must postpone then: marrarge There L wh are even deeper r1va1r1es and resentments The rdentaty of the krller 18 kept a secret 'WIHNWWT through three acts of actron and suspense and 15 revealed only rn a clrmax of exceptxonal force and excltement - .. 2 0 n 0 2 Q e 0 e ' 3 0 0 0 0 I 2 D I . O . I . . . . . . V I D g u . fr tijfgi' we I o ' fi 1 'R - ik ' - - - 3, ,gl :Q 'X he 5 ' case is not homicide but murder, especially ,D F Tm 54, A . A 1 . J f ' 8 , 3' - ' f . . . O K I ' ' . . .L 1 I' QQ' ff lx e ' ? ' f ik" 1 , . . . 5 9 ' 41+ - . . a , ' 4- A 'rffwu QR Back Row J. Tollefson, C. Kenner, C. Tanz, J. Overby, J. Wadeson. Front Row: K. Gunderson, J Geske, M. Lul- demann. -..--I Left to Rxght D Roessler, J TIBPP. I.. Schmidt, D. Vlolskvo J JUIKOUSK-1. D. Vee. Not pxctureds D. Gullmd. Senior Io.. When Tobey and Brose decade to exchange class nngs they tlu.nk then problems are settled, but they f1nd they have a fresh new set to cope with Tobey remembers that for months she's had a date to go to a big college dance She ca.n't Just call xt off at the last moment. Brose lull certamly understand that.,.especially s1nce he has to be out of tom that mek-end But Brose thmks 'gomg steady" means no other dates. To- bey's mother :Ls called out of towng and Tobey, left to run the house, has to deal w1th Dad and Brose who drave her half crazy mth a so-called labor savmg schedule. To cap matters, Tobey 1s to star 1n the school play and that means specral rehearsals mth the hero, Kap, of whom Brose 15 rather Jealous anyway. It's all pret ty nearly too much for Tobey-especially when she and Kap are staging an mportant rehearsal before a V1S1t1!'lg talent scout and the krds slmk ln, ngged out mth blankets as a comedy horse, and manage to turn the rehearsal mto a broad farce C ass 3 ' . O ' 2 0 0 ' O Q , . , In fy P 9' ' - :f f X -V t " l Ju: Q ! O O 0 . ' - . l SXIFJPDV nFo!d Plant' 'Bashtul ' More Z z z z-z z 2222 "The Endv' btxll more Z z z z z z Qc ,55- tb 2, ' W CLHSS NIGHT Q f X A5 !i 1--...J Run for your lzves' Ugg ? when the teacher's away the cats w111 play ' Jerri?? rhIX?Il'l Hcotchazu Huicks from the sticks!N 'O-441 , ,, If T , MW ARDYTH FIXGBR P H A l, Class Secret Mr STARR BACHBLLBR I an just gong to leap mto the dark." Oak Grove 2, Choi: 1, Club 3,4. N My appetxte cones to me vhile eating Chou: l,2,3,4g Pep Club 3,4, Bnodak 3,4, Student Play Dlrector 3, Student Councll 3,4, Glrls' State 3 Baglette Co-Bdltor 4. CAROL BRBSTCBSSBR 'Never too busy to be frmendly. F.l-IA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 3,4, Llbrarzan 3,4, Bag lette 4, Bnodak 4 JO ANN GBSKB Chly eds grow tall. HY Txeasurer l,2,.5,4, Cheer leader 2,3,4, Choir l,2, 3,4, Pep Club l,2,3,4, Class Play 3,-1g Bnodak Co-Bditor 4 Homeccuung Queen 4, Sueetheuts Bull Queen 3, Baglette 4, Sex,- tet 4, G 'Qui' DARRBL GULIAND "I look upon it, that he who does not mind his stomach will hardly mind snythmg else." Choir 3, Student Council 2, Football 3,4, utter :un 3,4, Track 3. KAREN GUNDBRSON Est no onlons or gsrli for me are to utter sweet words." Lisbon lhgh School l Choir 3,4, Pep Club 3, Sextet 4, Class Play 4 SALLY HASKINS " ored of educat1on." P HA 3,4, cnou 1, Pep cmb 3,-1, cuss Play 3. AUDRBY JACGS 'Remember this that very little is needed to make a happy life." P H A 2, choir 1, cmb 3,-1, cuss Play 3 JBRGAB JANKUNSKI "I divide ny troubles in- to three groups women, vomen, and muon." Class Play 3,4, B-Squad 2 Football 2,3,4, Let tcrmsn 2,3,4. 6 -'P nga! Ns.. :gif 'S CRROLYN JANZ "It's so much fun, not acting your agei' C1885 V.P. 3,43 Choir 1, 2,3,4, Pres. 4g Pep Club 3,43 Class Play 3,45 Bag- lette 3g Bnodak 43 Band 4g Girls' State 3. BRENDA KBBNB "It's too hard on the nose to keep xt to the gr1ndstcne." P H A l,2,3,4 Chou: 1, Pep Club 3,4, Baglette lass Play 3 COLIBBN KBMMER "T1s better to blush than to turn pale," HA , , Pep Club 1,2 3,4, Librarian 3, Class Play 3,4 JAMES KREFT "He scans the room and then he dozes off to sleep again Class Play 3, B-Squad 2 DONALD MOGRBGG! People who make no noise are dangerous Chou 1,2 Class Play 3 si LYIE UITESON "Q-...QW DARLBNB LBMNA "It's easier not to speak a word at all than to speak more words than xc should." Choir l,2,3,4g Pep Club 3,4. HARRIBT LINDEMANN 'You, too, can be the l:.fe of the party." Choir l,2,3,4g Pep Club 3, 43 Class Play 3 Student Play Dxrector 4, Baglette 4, Bnodak 4, MARLYS LINDBMANIN "lf I ca.n't find anythmg to laugh at, I'll make a c rcus of my om." Chou: 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 3,4, Class Play 3,4 Stu- dent Counc11 4, Bnodak 4. H15 ha.1.r 15 mussed up 3,11 the t1me A few have fallen for h1s hue." Chou' 3 Student Counc11 43 Student Play Du-ector JOANNE OVERBY 'Absence, the common cure for love." H A 1, Chou 1, Pep Club 3,4, Lmbranan 3 -5 gmm an-"" CURTIS PBTRICH "The endearing elegance of female friendship! Band 1,2,3,4g Choir 1,2, 3,43 Student Council 2,3, 4g A-Squad 2,3,4g B-Squad lg Letterman 2,3,4g Foot- ball 3,4g Key Club 3,4, Pres,4g Enodak 3,45 Class Play 33 Boys' State 3g Class V.P. 1. LLOYD REDMOND "Ma-ny a yard of skm 1've peeled, Flghtlng on the football fzeld Chou: 1,2,?,Student Coun C11 1,2,",4, A Squad 2,3, 43 B-Squad 1, Football l,2,3,4 Letterman 2,3,4 DUANE RIITER "Be not the slave of words. UAN ROESSLER "We freshly and cheerful ly asked hm how a man should k11l tune " Class Play 3,4 IARRY SCHMIDT I fund that the best vmrtue I have has m lt one tmcture of nee." Football l,2,3,4, letter man 3,4. 'I' V Num Y-of' .v-if" ,fl MARIAN SBIAMJER "Schoo1's 0.K., but oh-h- h-h them weekends." F. H. A. 3,43 Choir 2,3g Pep Club l,2,3,4g Librar- ian 2,33 Class Play 3. FRANKLIN SMITH "I regard the pub as A valuable institution." A Squad 2,3,4, B-Squad 1, Football l,2,3,4, Letter man 1,2,3,4, Track l,2,3 IARRY SGVMERFBLD Eng y 11fe e'er :.t's fled, For vhen you d1e, you're a long tune dead BRYAN THORPE 'No human trun 15 of ser1ous :Importance JUDY 'DOLLEFSON 'Put your troubles mto a pocket w1th a hole m :.tL Fzlmore l,2,3, F H.A 4g Pep Club 4, Cheerleader 4, Band 4, Chou 4 Sex tet 4 Eaglette 43 Eno- dak 4, ii"'," l 1' JGIN TRAP? "The steel that Squeaks the loudest gets the grease." Class VJ 25 Track lg B- Squad l,2g Boys' State 3 Band l,2,3,4g Chou: 1, 3,4, Football l,2,3 Letterman 3,4, Class Play 3,4, Key Club 3,4, Bnodak 3,4, Co-Bdator 4, Class Pres. 4 Student Councal JONATHAN UIKE Lrfe is a struggle not a. warfare. DOIBIASVBB k w-J' "c"'57 ,Q-ff' 'ck-,,,4 ui I have traveled a great deal Class Play 3,4 ,lov Monson the strmg of confusaon Fungal 1,2,3, F H A 4 Pep club 4 JERRILYNN HALDHAIM 'When play mterferes mth k, drop the work, F H A 3,4, Cholr l,2,3, Pep Club 3,4g Assxstant Play Dmrector 3 DENNIS WOLSKY 'were there no gxrls lzf would be heavenly? Cholr l,2,3, B Squad 1, 2 Football 1, 2, Class Play 3,4, Student Councll 3,4 V P 3, Boys' State 3,Key Club 3,4 at 161' iq N O O I 2. ' U43 - . , U 3 ' tx id 4. fl ffif l If.. - 0' . 'I X H . Ax, K K., . A., .. but - H ,..-I '- . i, X 1 ,, 1, .f -fe n ,-i nhl. hifgix 'l:',7'?. ll ll O O "'l . rl .xx 5.5, .. AY-. "Here's another bead on 'V A-A I V. Q 3" - - n H xfgix ' , .fy-i Q K K 'fligf in 1 likyul I ' Q o 0 : . 4 gf,-rw., ,-gk , , . . wot " I I I O . . . . O l . - ' - e I L 'T' R u ,ff . .. I i '55 WX ' . 3 ' ' x O . . . ' Al ' . ' ' A A -1 GRADUATION we Enderlin High Sclwol 5 ? Class of 1959 Commencement Speaker Carolyn Jmz Commencement Program 'rnmaay my 21 1959 s oo P M 1 I ASS M0'l TO 'I oday decides tomorrow LI AbS FLOWER LL 'lbS LOLORS Blue and Whxte Camatmn Blue and Whlte Honorary Honorary , Honorary what ? ?" Va1ed1ctor1an Carol Erbstoesser Salutatormn Ardyth Fuxger Processlonal Largo Handel Marv Beth Bxlhng Invocation Rev Paul Nelson Allelunal Allelulal Ixopolsott Cmnt The Halls of Ivy Russell Ixmght High School Cholr Graduatlon Address Carolyn Ianz Valedxctorv Address Carol Erbstoesser Presentatlon of Class James A lmnbs Presentatlon of Dxplomas Fred G Oehlke The Lord Bless You Lutkxn Hxgh School Chou' Benedlrtlon Rev laul X1 lson Recesslonal Pomp and Llrcumstanne Elgar Mary Beth Blllxng Y l I 1 ' w w 1 v w , - - . - - . A i I 4 - ' . l . . . - - - V A' ' I- 1 ' Salutatory Address - - - Ardyth Finger I I O I l o ' ' ' ' ' ' . 'bl - , - -.-w J ' , , CIASS HILL le, the class of 1959 of Bnderlin High School, Bnderlan, North Dakota, being of sound mand and memory, do hereby make, publxsh, an declare thas to be our last will and testament 10 manner and form follouang hereby revoklng any will or wills heretofore made by us W the Sensor Class of 1959 do hereby bequeath our numerous possessions thusly Starr Bacheller, leave North Dakota Carol Brbstoesser, belng of sound mlnd, leave at to Gary Olson' Ardyth Pxnger, leave, brushxng my hair Jo Ann Geske, leave my cheerleading outfit to Teresa Oeder Darrel Gulland, leave all the slaghtly used gum on the ceilxng of room 206 to next year's P D P class Karen Gunderson, leave my nxckname to Patty Gyldenvand Sally Hasklns, leave my waxstllne to Deanna Mclver Darlene Lemma, leave the offlce open to Carol Lee Koetz Jerome Jankowskl, leave my legs to James Geyer Carolyn Janz leave Mr Kunz with no one to argue with Brenda Keene, leave my spot at all the dances rn Fangal to Jeanne Geske Colleen Kemmer, leave for Buffalo Corner Jonathan Utke, leave to v1s1t a relative CUncle Sami James Kreft leave to chap palnt umth Jonathan Harrxet Lindemann, leave the cold Bnglrsh room to whoever an stand lt Marlys Llndemnnn, leave my grrlrsh figure to Colxn Halverson Donald McGregor, leave wath no regrets Lyle Otteson, leave wath nothxng to spare Jo Anne Overby leave for a farm near Allce Curtxs Petrlch, leave my Job as Rhode's assistant to Howle TIIPP Lloyd Duane Duane Larry Redmond, leave my athlztlc abzllty to Butch Praedrmch Rltter, leave the Sheldon women ln peace Roessler, leave my spare tire to Larry Nelson Schmldt, leave my glasses to next year's referees Marman Selander, leave my part trme Job for a full tame Job Larry Sommerfeld, leave my husky bu1ld to Marvxn Gutknecht Bud Smlth leave my techn1que to Mr Kunz CHe may get a gxrl Yef'P Bryan Thorpe, leave wmth the rest of the nanchor crankers Judy Tollefson leave my abilzty to talk all the tlme to Darrel Wolters John Trapp leave wondering who'll run the school after I'm gone Douglas Vee leave, hoplng my transmasslon holds out Joy Wadeson leave, wonderlng lf 1t should be college or marrxage Jerrl Waldhalm, leave, chucklxng to myself Denn1s wolsky, leave the glrls I can't who are left behand Audrey Jacobs, leave to be a full txme take wlth me to the boys Morrls We executor of thzs, our Last H111 and Testament In witness whereof, we the Class of 1959, twenty frrst day of May ln the year of our Lord, one thousand nlne hundred and fifty nlne do hereby make, constltute and appoxnt Mr Pombs to be our ' ' d . 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