Eveleth Junior High School - Yearbook (Eveleth, MN)

 - Class of 1950

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CL ASS WILL we,'the ninth grade class of 1950, being. of sound minds CTU and able bodies, do hereby leave these last wills and testaments to be upheld and carried forth faithfully. John Birnstihl wills his towering height C???j to Warren Park. s his svdrrnxing ability to Jay Foreman. lBVH1 wills his cows to Ronald Erjavec, T Cfyle Bruznak wills his basketball ability to Roger Baurrgartner. MH gggwills his English book to Miss Fulton. . Robert Campbell wills his administrative ability to Shirley Malkovich. Frank Cagan wills his permanent seat in Miss Parks' room to anyone who is as ambitious. Wo'5d'r75w Carlstedt wills his "Ns" to anyone who finds school a boring proposition. Mike Castellano wills his bashfulness' Cin schoollto Richard Niemesti and Terry Paoletti lfois' Cesarek wills her' close friendshipwith Mr. Moog to Thomas Kukar. Iiaymofd Cghial-rgnriniAlea.ves his ability to play the accordian to Floyd Snidarich, Iffanelforlstantine iwills her love of animals to Gary Wilcox. EEiTa wills his phys ical features to Ernest Negri. ' Jack gyby doesn't will his interest in Half Moon Lake. Would you?D Tom' Dickovich wills his graceful walk to George Juth. , Bruce Dunbar wills his big boots to anyone who can fit into them. rL,lea.ves his quiet manner to Richard Varani.. Joseph Fisher wills his interest in Chicken Town to Charles Ochis. Hs his blond "curly" hair to David Wirtanen. eavesa his close friendship with Duane Smith to Nancy Tomar. Charles Gerchman wills his "know-it-allnmanner in English to Roland Poaletti. ATfET"15ny Eradisheg wills his "E" sweater to Marie Marasco, 1 , John Gruden wills his ability to speak out in class to Terry Uren. Dorothyfaangaa-leaves her soft sweet voice to Patricia Wudenich. Ida Faye Haanpaa leaves her flashy sweater to anyone who can wear it as well. wves his ability to play drums -"rum-te-tum-tum" to Donald Shutte., Steve Hilar wills his ability to forget Ins assignments at home to James Brown. . James Intl' har wills his knowledge of famous athletes to Clarence Kemp. Jo Ann Intihar leaves her ableness to strut down the gym floor to Minnie Nylund. Mary Isaacson leaves her Pepsodent smile to Georgene Greben. A y Jacobson wills her quiet ways 'tc Primus Skurratz. JaEE Uercme wills his ability to get to school by 8:31 to Stefan Paciotti. e Anne Marie Jamnick leaves her love of basketball to Marlene Kaner providing she's as hoarse after the game as' Anne is. ' Roger Johnson leaves his front seat in the assembly to David Rodda. Petri cia Judnick leaves her blond curly hair to Georgene 'Shavor providing she puts it in stockings every night . Mag Jugovich wills her ability to wiggle up and down the assembly aisle for anywhere elsel to Janice Smrekar. ' Betty Jylha A leaves her horn-rimmed glasses to Mary Ann Intihar. Jeanette Ka ovec leaves her outstanding vocabulary to Leorard Wilde. Gai 'arvala wills her twitching ncse "twitch twitch" to Anna Marie Brown, providing she can twitch as fast. , C William Kodievar wills his soft . sweet violin music to Patrick Wudenich. John Kilevig leaves his love of skiing to David Johnson. Ronald Kangas wills his out of school interests C'?'??j to Loren Ross. Joseph Kohlrosi.-ar leaves his interest in girls to Eugene Klun. Dornld Kokal leaves his love of science to Gerald Korte, Jac ueline Kor i wills her red fair and freckles to Rosemarie Platner. Tony Kr l wills his sure success to become a barn leader to Nick Brascugli, Loretta Eegoanm leaves her giggles Cespecially in gyml to Nancy Claus. ' Frank Lushine wills- his ableness to grcw taller by the day to Annette Boben and Alberta Kyaa. ' Elroy Maki wills his voice to the echoes of the junior high school. Lorraine Maki leaves her cleverness to get into town each night Cwe worder how?J to Jeanette and Joanne Claus. . Patricia Mavec leaves her interest in Home Economics class to Andrine Kvaternik. -R

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A To the right of us is a group of models 'including Dorothea Sarno, who models- bathing suits, and Lois Cesarek, that famous Powers mod-el-. The Powers model T agexcy is now owned by those two lucky fellows, Albin Peterlin and Robert Niemiste, 5 Glancing out of the window, we notice a circus setting up their tents. Patricia Judnick, fat lady of the circus, and her companion, Tony Gradisher, the v thin man of the circus, come sauntering along. We also notice, Rudolph Shutte, the owner of the circus, walking around with his hands in his pockets. He must have a lot of troubles! With him is Gail Strandback who has ,just return ed from Africa where she has been trying to get a look at the pink elephants we've heard so much about. Karen Soderquist, the famous trapeze artist, is swinging from J the electric wires overhead. 'She's due for a shock soon! Coming out of a tent now is Russell Brown, the 'strong man of the circus. His exercises in the morning consist of .throwing around 100 pound feed sacks. Looking at a sign, we see this message: "Come in now and see Arbutus Williams' fleas". She. raises them on her own little farm. Ah, we see her scratching over there! y T r 'Leaving the circus behind, we came upon some rich looking farms. "The Rest Home for Aged Cows" is owned by Ronald Kangas and Charles Gerchmana Gyle Bruzenak owns the only farm inthe United States which raises toothless alligators. Hmm, how strange! Bruzenak looks a bit bitten up. Thomas Flom is busy now on his farm, too. He's trying so hard to breed three-legged horses. The "Skip and Hop' Roadside Inn" which we are now passing was originally owned by Richard Petik, but we see it has just been sold to 'Thomas Williams. T ' ' Passing the University of Minnesota campus, we think of all the Eveleth, citizens we have .represented there. These include: Steve Hilar, professor of agri culture, - Duane Smith, theprofessor of history, Herman Cuppoletti, professor of algebra, and William Byron, that famous English professor. ,Don't tell anyone this, but Roger Johnson is the janitor at the University. Speaking of teachers, Miss Betty Osmundson is the kindergarten teacher mo has developed a new method of training children to obey, It is "Slap her down again, pa, slap her down again." Oh yes, we almost forgot to tell you! Francis Varani is the dean of the Eveleth Junior College. At last we arrive at our destination, good old Eveleth, Minnesota. What a . welcoming 'committee we rave to meet us! There's Rudy Strah the barber who gives a close shave and haircut ftoo close for comfort at timesj, Thomas Yurkovich who owns Yunko's steam bath, Ronald Luoma who takes care of the city dog pound, Dale Nelson, who owns the elevated shoe factory, -Armond Ros si, that Pepsi-Cola man, Kenneth Richards, the fellow who owrs the reducing academy in Eveleth, and -Donald Kokal, who runs the beauty salon.. Who's that waving to us but John Kallevig, the famous fur trapper, and Loretta Leppanen, the Indian agent who's teaching' the Indians to blow bubble gum. .Geraldine Palkovich and Shirley Miller, the efficient truant officers of our city, are running after a little 'rascal right now. Oh, the vision in the crystal ball is slowly fading now, se we'll leave, the S future up to you. '- -



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' Q x Shirley Miller leaves her jeans to Patri cis. Sainio providing she'll wear them as often 8S well. b Rosemarie Medic wills her daily talks in the cloak room to Mavis Wainio, Thomas Muff wills all his hard workC?'??j in making wills to anyone who can think like he does. o Pegg Murphy wills her -cleverness to keep her desk cover up when she talks to Frances Rebroxf. ch. Uames Muhich wills his iron fist at the west end door to Robert Kloiber, ,Dale Nelson wills his boxing ability to James Hill. If iISer'EAN1'emesti leaves his Kirk Douglas appearance to Lawrence Tahija. Carol Orehek leaves her professional gum snapping to Sharon Cooper, B'e't't'y Osmundson wills her ' promising Latin career to Kathleen Johnson, Q-e-rgldine Palkovich does not will all of her out of town boy friends to anyone f because she wants then herself. Gerald Palkcvich wills his studious manner C??'?j-to Marlene Bodas. ' fiarlene Pechar leaves her numerous talentvsC?'??D to Audrey Adien. ' Le Roy Palvere wills his good English reports to Samuel Anderson. Dorothy Petrovic leaves her pleasing personality to Barbara Shut te, Bonita Pouchnik leaves her ability to tease the 'young junior high boys to Janet Orazemg x ' James Pernu leaves tis cute ways to Warrell iiaciotti, A-l-bin Peter-lin wills his ability as a candy-salesman in the cage to Terrence Erkkila. Richard Petik leaves his daily folds with Carol Tamminen to Edward Oswald. Kenneth Richards wills his "Bronco Neggurskin .build to Roger Giombetti. ' Audrey Rintala leaves her great success as the Student Council president to Jeanette Skerjance. - , John Ritter, wills his library books to Joseph Horoshak. X David Reg ers leaves his interest in Virginia to James Matchefts. Armand Rossi leaves all of his Pepsi-Cola bottles to Thomas Hill. favrxard Rowe wills his ambition to be in the navy to James Carlson. Doroth Saarilcifigi wills hor brace retainers to Andrey Flon. Hari lyn Sand leaves her silk neckerchiefs to Muriel Fairbanks, ' Dorothea Sarno leaves her lovely hands to the Jerge1's Lotion Company to advertise their pr oiuct. Rudol h Shutte wills his golden voice to Marie Krall. , ames Siveny wills his daily rides on the school bus to Magdalene Nenenick. Karen Soder uist leaves all the sprains she's had from shovoling sidewalks to mdell Anderson. ' Richard Stanaw-ay' wills a habit of biting his fingernails to Louis Horoshak. Gail Strandbick leaves her knowledge of "Ivanhoe" to any eighth grader. Joanne Davich, could this mean you? ' ' Rudolph Strah leaves his spitballs that he throws in science class to Marvin Hammer providing he stays after s chool for it , -Q Eldred Strumbell wills his knowledge of driving to his sister, Darlene Strumhell. Carol Tamminen wills her technique of ,sending notes to Lois Bzszicevich. Francine Tehovnik leaves her keen sense of humor to Rose I-iarie Kaiser. ' Ruiaqhg-rd-llpnassoni leaves his great love for school to Gordon Kangas. . I-Los-enary Urbiha wills her inseparable companionship with Agnes Vovk to Betty Palo gl David Uren wills that "Packard" to Marvin Hill and Martin Osmundson. Qgnald Van de Flesch leaves his mathability to Robert Kloiber. Francis Varani wills his dark wavy hair to Florence Janesich. Rgiernarycylais-9-ldjewgxich, leaves her name to anyone who can spell it. ' Patricia Voce leaves her hook shotin basketball to George Mikan. i Agnes V,9-Y-12. leaves 'her daily excursions down the assembly aisle to Joanne Andreachi, Thomas Yurkovich wills his goalie stick to Thomas Beste. ' John Lessar I-tonal . Luoma, Arbltu s William, T-,Q-III rwilligggs , Dua-ne,eSrgith,,hfilliggL Spolari ch leave all the fun that theylve had in the ninth Erade to Rosemarie Tassoni, Roberta Peterson, Mary Ann Petik, Shirley Palkovich, and Joanne Hegler. We,.the whole ninth grade class of 1950 leave to the whole eighth grade class all gum and notes that they can find in the desks. y

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