Falls High School - Northern Light Yearbook (International Falls, MN)

 - Class of 1945

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DEDICATED TO DUR CLASSMATES IN SERVICE WE HONOR OUR CLASSLATES IN SERVICE Richard Barrett - Navy Aldo De Marchi - Army Eugene Earley - Navy William Fontana - Can. Army Clifford Gauthier - Navy Daniel Geer - Navy Gerald Ginter - Navy Leonard Gordon - Navy Donald Larson - Navy Ronald Laurion - Navy Jerry McCormack - Marines William Murray - Marines Vincent Pulicicckio - Navy Robert Snyder - Radar Leon Sweney - Navy Archie Villalta - Army Philip Wagner - Navy Malcolm Watson - Radar COMMITTEES FOR ANNUAL Chairman Boys Basketball Boys Football Declamation Faculty Members Girls Sports History Jokes and Humor Junior Class Junior Class Play Letter Men's Club Music for song Musical Activities Prophecy Sophomore Class Will Words for song Senior Class Play Typists Circulation Manager Art Sheila Oliver Ray Harala Don Johnson Bob Hillstead Roy Johnson Ardath Merrill, Nina Stepoway Barbara McDevitt, Sharon Judy Jeanne Reuter, Mary Headsten Marjorie Bruggeman Helen Kyryluk, Joann Holler Hildur Oliver, Malcolm Watson Bill Murray, Don Johnson Peter Krogseng Pat Thomas, Arlyne Evenson Jean Radosevich, Mavis Jornlin Mercedes Tive, Marjorie Sullivan Elizabeth Haluzak, Jennie Markow Sheila Oliver Hulda Nelson Senior Stencgraphy Class Roy Johnson Kathryn Lemieux, Sharon Judy Faculty Members Harvey D. Jensen - Superintendent Home Address - Beresford, South Dakota B.A. St. Olaf College - Northfield, Minnesota M.A. U. of Wis. - Madison, W isconsin Major - History Minor - Education, Biology, English Frederick H. Sands - Principal Home Address - Grand Forks, North Dakota B.S- LC of North Dakota M.S, U. if North Dakota Major - Natural Science Minor - English, Music William F- Brosvick - American History Home Address - International Falls, Minnesota B. A. Luther College - Decorah, Iowa Major - History Minor - Language Winnifred Dempsey - Mathematics Home Address - 2559 West Broadway, Minneapolis, Minn Diploma from St. Cloud Teachers College Mrs. Eleanor Ecklund - Home Economics Home Address - International Falls, Minnesota B.A. Cornell College - Mount Vernon, Iowa Major - Home Economics Winnifred Evans - Journalism and Latin Home Address - Spring Valley, Minnesota B.A. Hamlin University - St. Paul, Minnesota Major - English Minor - French, Latin, Speech Leo N. Jung - Industrial Arts Home Address - International Falls, Minnesota B.E. St. Cloud Teachers College, St. Cloud, Minn. Major - Industrial Arts Minor - History, Biology, Social Science .1 1 -. ,... N: V .4 1, w ,. Faculty Members Continued Helen Hochgraber - Music ivocall Home Address m Aberdeen, South Dakota B.A. Northern State Teachers College, S.D. Major - Music Minor - History Frank Mahovlioh - Speech Home Address u Gilbert, Minnesota B.S. Duluth State Teachers College, Duluth, Minn Major - Speech Minor A Fnglish, genial Science Paul Meinke H Social Science d Home Address H 3155 21st Avenue South Minneapolis, Minnesota B.E. Mankfto State Teachers College, Mankato Major - Sacial Soiencex Minor A Historyi Music, Geography Roy C. Olson - Music flnstrumentall Home Address Q International Falls, Minnesota B.A. St, Olaf College, Northfield, Minn. Major - Music Minor - Biology, History Henry Peters - Modern History Home Address W Ely, Minnesota B.S. Duluth State Teachers College, Duluth Major - History Minor - Geography Agnes Pirkl - Commercial Home Address - Owatona, Minnesota Commerce - University of Minnesota Collegiate Business Institute Julian R. Thompson - Typing Home Address - International Falls, Minnesota B.S. University of Minnesota Faculty Members Ccntinued Euth Place - English X and'XI Home Address - LaGrange, Illinois Ph. B. - University of Chicago Major - English Minor - Social Science Walter Scheela - Physical Education fBoysJ Home Addressc- International Falls, Minnesota B.E. Moorhead State Teachers College, Moorehead Major - History, Mathematics, Geography Minor - Physical Education Alberta c. smith - Health and Biology Home Address - Anoka, Minnesota B.S. University of Minnesota Major - Botany Minor - Zoology A. O. Tatting - Chemistry and Physics Home Address - International Falls, Minnesota B.S. Carlton College, Northfield Major - Physics, Mathematics Minor - Education, German Evelace Sture - English XII Home Address - Fergus Falls, Minnesota B.A. Gustavus Adolphus, St. Peter, Minnesota Major - English Minor - French, History Mildred Tripp - Gir1's Physical Education Home Address - 2611 South Fremont Avenue Minneapolis, Minnesota ' Physical Education Diploma from Chicago Normal of Physical Education 1 E r '1 ' 5 ' ' v 'X .- 1' U -41 A . 9 1 f ' s 4. , ' . x 1 r 4 1 al ,v nf' O Q. V521 , f ' v 1 X If K, X ! f f 1 X I 1-was I 1 1 ' x f K I 1 Xxx K E K ,Q tx X X x. f -..N , S Q! ,.-or-X 'Q f Q Lf-X513 S I, VR: , 1 kt!! 'lf 4fW' if , "7 Q3 J I V, fi 'gg' "' fix I IX f f .--" 3 He Should Have knocked 'Twas the night before deadline and all through the tower The editor's voice X boomed out like a flower. Where the heck is that story l that filled in the back? We can't run an issue that hangs like a sack. The managing editor groaned with despair, AS he glanced in a file to find 'twas quite bare. The rest of the staff was by now on their knees, To see if the story had flown with a breeze. The telephone jangled, and over the wire, The printer's Whellon was a ball of-fire. Then into this meelstrom a sophomore dripped cheer, As he waltzed in and said, 'Can I help out here?W iFrom Minnesota Technologl f P 'Un ,J 'N x f '. M f 2 9 i xx 5,551 I ,L Wk m ,5 ,. ff-' 'X . 3. ff?" STUDENT ACTIVITIES BEET! ANDEBEQN Sand-lUtH grade Orchestra-10th grade LIELA 3AEEE Mixed dEerue-10-11th grades Sr. Class Play QPropertyD MLLTQN EENCBQEQ Saturday Basketball ST. C1835 Play EEEEETE EEEQEU BLQEABQ EQEBEQE EQLEE EQZHM KEEEEIH EEPEEMAE Foot5aIl Letterman's Club Sr. Class Play Mixed Chorus IEEE QRQZE Baskethall G. A. A. 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Lawrence N moviestars--Humphrey Bogart W subject--English Bette Davis W moviestars--John Garfield Hobby --scrap books Bette Davis Pet peeve --gum.snapers Hbbby --dancing Pet peeve --high heels, anklets MARIAN BRUNETTE lLukel - Favorite food--chili con carne EMEA COSTLEY Qmollyl N song--A Little on the Favorite food--chili con carne Lonely Side W song--I Dream.of You " sport --baseball, skiing " SP0I't"SWiU1U1i!1S W crooner--Bing Crosby W 0r0Oner--Bing Crosby " passtime--writing to service " P3SSY1me"'WT1ting tetters men 4 subject--bookkeeping N Subject--Shorthand W moviestars--Van Johnson W moviestars--Lorraine Day , Betty G?ab1e - hobby --collecting stamps Van Johnson Pet peeve --red with pink Hobby --playing piano Pet peeve -- hair tied up and slacks at a dance PAULINi BUCHHOLZ QPOllyl Favorite food marshmallow cream pie I'm Confessing bowling, swimming Bing Crosby dancing, writing letters chemistry Van Johnson Lorraine Day photography high heels and anklets 'JEANETTE CARRIER com-otsy W song-- N sport-- W crooner-- H passtime-- W subject-- ' moviestars-- Hobby -- Pet peeve -- Favorite food-- W song-- ' sport W crooner-- W passtime-- W subject-- W moviestars-- Hobby -- Pet peeva chop suey , I'm Confessing football Bing Crosby dancing typing Van Johnson June Allyson saving snapshots high heels and anklets BORGEILD DAHLEN lBorgiel Favorite food --Spanish rice U song--I Dream of You W sport N crooner H passtime W subject W moviestars --horseback riding --Frank Sinatra --writing letters --physiology --Van Johnson Betty Hutton Hobby --charcoal drawing Pet peeve --Hwclvesn gEylQQ'DARVAL CDollyj Favorite food--steak and spaghetti 0 song--Always N sport--basketball W crooner--Bing Crosby H passtime--eating W subject--English W moviestars--Van Johnson Lorraine Day Hobby --music, dancing Pet peeve --people who stare or comment on others fQzbm.::eJ'2i ' Ltiodgnqs-4 oo a tiara " gguhed ad ,UL'If'3noa " ' Hiwll vo? 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Slant On Seniors Continued BETTY TROMFETER VERNON WEUM Favorite food--chocolate pudding, fggg?EEg'fEbd,, I A ' ' whipped cream b W y song--LU Dreams Are Getting N Song,, Better All the Time u sport,- W Sport' Swimming W crooner-- W crooner--Bing Crosby , passtimea- W passtime- hiking, skiing W subject--English V . . W moviestars--Van Johnson : subJeet" Lorraine Day mOvieStarS" Hobby' --collecting records of classical music HUWDY " Pet peeve --book beaters 1 Pet peeve " MALSGLM WATSON Favorite food-- I9 song-- W sport-- W crooner- W passtime-- W subject-- W moviestars-- Hobby - Pet peeve - E NA WENTO Favorite food- banana splits My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time hunting Bing Crosby target practicing trigonometry Dottie KSarong1Lamour Cary Grant painting landscapes people who sayWwhatW fried chicken VIOLET WEIEI Favorite food-- W song-- -W sport-- W crooner-- W passtime-- W subject-- W moviestars-- Hobby -- Pet peave -- BERNICE zmuicn W song--Making Believe .............. 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I b.. . .a- 1 , , ' v 1 .. , . A f 5, . . .. J . 1 u b'1 " 4' ' ' ' -3 " n. ff, A . , . n , -. v ..- , , , r .... .1 ..r' 1.4 ' 1 M' 1 3 . - ' , I ' 41 ., , . 4 - 1 f-1' f' K 1 , I , N .4 ,g. 1 -. ' -,!.. , . -. I x.. ., ., 4 , f . . ..,. v. ..--,..- -1-. ".: . , 3 , A ". 'fx . I 5 N I f , . p v 1 -s. ., ' -1- .,,, Y "'.4 4' e f v f 1 , . . . f .. , w ' - f x , . Y , .. ., N . , v I n ,. ' t f 1- y , L s- , w v 1 1 , I ,.. a' - , '- A ,... 4 W , S! f - 2 if THE HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1945 The 1945 class made its first appearance in the Inter- national Falls School Systen when they were reluctantly brought to kindergarten by their Wfondn mothers. The chief highlights of these exciting grade school days were the daily recesses, the Christmas and Valentine parties, and the annual spring picnics. Participation in an operetta or a choral club activity offered many thrills to the forth- coming young artists and incidentally, a generous share of headaches to patient teachers and parents. Upon successfully completing grade school, the class entered the beautiful new Backus Junior High School as timid newcomers. Those were the days when the present Seniors used to spend endless hours doing extra credit and now instructors are thankful if they get their required work finished. When the class entered the Ninth Grade, it was enlarged by the addition of a number of pupils from the St. Thomas Parochial School. As overlords of the Junior High, it was a definite insult to refer to the Freshmen as mere Ninth Graders. For the first time the class had the privilege of electing officers. Those who gained offices were: Don Johnson, President, Peter Krogseng, Vice Pres- identg Jennie Markow, Secretaryg and Jeanne Reuter, Treas- urer. Miss Clauson and Ir. Vorris were selected as class advisers. The first of the two social events was a class party which was held in the Little Theater and was acclaimed a huge success. It was later followed by a picnic which was held at the Colony Club because of stormy weather. With the arrival of Tom Tucker at the end of the first semester, General Science suddenly became the favorite subject of many Freshman girls. While we are on the subject of teachers, how many of you remember Miss Ash? The biggest event of the school year was the present- ation of the operetta, The Prince oflPeddlers, with Sheila Oliver, Herbert Morff, and Vincent Pulicicckio in the leading roles. The class displayed further acting ability in another production which took the form of a thrilling melodrama. In this play the actors' hats played a prominent part. lCould it be because they contained their owners' scripts?l In the annual declanation contest, Ethel KcPherson, Amy Lou Anderson, Jeanne Renter, and Bob Hillstead repre- sented the Freshman Class at the district meet where Jeanne Reuter won in the poetry division. At the awards assembly, the class presented a Minne- sota flag to the school in part paynent for its share in contributing to the wear and tear of the building. Also at this assenbly, Sheila Oliver and Don Johnson won the American Legion Award and Jennie Larkow the Scholarship Award presented by Dr. Neset. num "bb1v wxm?wm'f g iiuuw ,xo :mfam 'g -e,m. feof 'w, wr, L..-zntratvgdd ni -aoguuprqq -Ogg!! an ohm: :aus dnt on, - . 'Q-.fxlmwoulagx oaour ,mine Londo! aus? lamina " 'reid-Q. nomo? 9? ao! IOQTQTIUBQK .Qi :x:1y.o'x . '- : '63 mflwwmgb, andre 08,413 , Q' noxa.oem:f 'to amp! Q 1 mist -has 'Salaam maxaman Zdiylhgsmmr 5 s1a.b3sa-agua Q nj 'non 'sa 0-wana - Wdtfxo! 1Oi.Q.fI1.'f!!3' Mints 1311! an .dl G-inode W' 'ffmfs af' M.. :za 3 mf.: f'f'H?"?.mZ P, Van . 'Q' as as ,e,nwEne ammo 1933, Jamie: agig gnmaxqzapea xtixrtduaope. 'mmf - , :,.-.-m5'-f1oof!p8'- Iwi? iqtgwtgwgqslq was Lmlmuud- .WFS naman: -. 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The class prestige was greatly boosted when Bob Hill- stead won first place in the regional declamation contest with his humorous selection. 0ther'Sophomores who partic- ipated in the district contest were Jeanne heuter and Peter Krogseng. To conclude the successful year, the class had a joint picnic with the Juniors at Pither's Point. Many class members consider their Junior year as being the most outstanding one so far. The class officers were: Phillip Wagner, Presidentj Jennie Narkow, Vice President, Tavis Jornlin, Secretaryg and Barbara Jo FcDevitt, Treas- urer. Miss Malvey and Hr. Jung served as excellent class advisers. A brilliant highlight of the Junior year was the presentation of a class play, The Whole Truth, under the direction of Miss Mirth Lutness on Novenber 23. The cast included Barbara Jo McDevitt, Peter Krogseng, Jean Radosvich, Bob Hillstead, Mavis Jornlin, Ronald Laurion, Jeanne Reuter, Kenneth Breneman, Sheila Oliver, Don Johnson, Hildur Oliver, and Malcolm Watson. Hailed as a great success, it marked another important milestone in the progress of the class. The Junior-Senior party with a St. Patrick motif was ------ whoops! Perhaps it is best not to mention that incident here. In the field of sports, the Juniors chalked up another score when the girls' and boys' respective basketball teams defeated the Seniors. Further recognition was added to the class when Ray Harala won the great honor of being center for the all-state basketball team. After many decisions and revisions, the class commit- tee finally decided to have an imitation Stage Door Canteen for the Junior program and it must have been a wise decision for it was well received by the audience. 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V , , . t . - A ' h . , H . ' 1 .Y fx ra". Class History, continued After much bitter debating, it was finally decided to have a prom in honor of the Senior g1ass.t Immegigtiiyently 's' the commit ees e an o,wor - , f tgeceglglsg gggiseggbegan to worry, ang so did the girefs. At this critical period these familiar phrases Were heard in the halls and class rooms: WDid you get a bid yet?W, WHave you asked her yet?H, HAre you getting a new formal9Y, NDQ you think she'11 go with me?N, Nhrother, are you kids , ding?N. The long awaited event came on Lay 6 and the beautiful decorations, the excellent program, and most of all the fine spirit, contributed to its overwhelming success Despite the rainy weather, which is traditionally imminent at the class picnics, the Juniors had an enjoyable time eating and playing football at their picnic held at Pitherfs Point. Many of the more juvenile Juniors,.who found gleeful pleasure in swinging on the swings, will recalldthe ill effects suffered as a result of this childish escama e. 1The members of the class reached the zenith of their school careers when they became Seniors in 1944. Those who received the honor of leading the class in its final year were: Fon Johnson, Iresidentg Jennie Harkow, Vice President, Sheila Oliver, Secretary, and Roy Johnson, Treasurer. Miss Pirkl and Nr. Tatting were given the difficult task of managing the uncontrollable occupants of I Homeroom 106. Perhaps students will remember their last homecoming as being the nicest ever witnessed. Thelma Kleppe and Archie Villalta, both Seniors, were chosen as King and Queen of the event. The class members regained the self-respect they lost at the st. Patrick's party held in the preceding year by behaving like good Seniors should at the Junior-Senior Valentine's party. This party was considered an all-around success and its memories will remain in the hearts of both Juniors and Seniors for many years to come. , The Senior girls and boys upheld their splendid basketball record by again defeating the other classes in the inter-class basketball tournament held in March. Jeanne Reuter, Bob Hillstead, and Peter Krogseng were the Seniors who participated in the district speech tourna- ment at Eveleth. Peter and Bob entered the finals and Rob was qualified to go to the regional contest in Cloquet where he won a superior rating with his dramatic selection At present, the Seniors are preparing and practicing for their class play, The Night of January 16, which will be held on April 26 and 27. 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Those serving their country are: Phillip Wagner, Navy, Aldo De Marchi, Army, Archie Villalta, Army, Ronald Laurion, Navy, Clifford Gauthier, Navy, Hill Murray, Marines, Jerry McCormack, Marines, Robert Snyder, Navy, Richard Barrett, Navy, Malcolm Watson, Navy, Gerald Ginter, Navy, Daniel Geer, Navy, Eugene Early, Navy, Leon Sweney, Navy, and William Eontana, Canadian Army. It is impossible at this time to give detailed accounts of the remaining activities of the year, but it is hoped that they will be as successful as those of other years. with all their trials and tribulations, the class members will look back UPON their School GHYS HS JOYOUS and memorable ones, and now, as they eagerly, yet perhaps a little regretfully await graduation, tie? look forward to what the future has in store. CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of l9u5, graduating from Falls High School, County of Koochiching. State of Minnesota, having been tutored and loved by the patient faculty, and being of sound body and mind do hereby announce this to be our last will and testimony. Article 1 We, the graduating class of 'h5, bequeath to the Juniors our senior nomerocm, the best seats in the auditorium, our ability to get out of more school than the rest of the classes, and all of our flunking seniors. - Article II To the faculty, we, the seniors, leave our brilliant cIaEE discussions, our cheerful dispositions, our snappy comebacks, and relief from all headaches. Article 111 We, the females of the senior class, will our a5IIIty to get along as well as we did with the man shortage. t Article 11 We, the male memb ers of the class of 'a5, leave our favorite dates behind as we go into the service.. lRemember Juniors, we have priorities on our women.J , Article V To the Janitors, we the graduating class of 'a5, Ieave Behind the marked up walls, the autographed blackboards, the dirty halls, and the synthetic rubber marks on the floor. Betty Anderson leaves her traditional first seat in senior homeroom to Elizabeth Anderson. Milton HPonchoW Bancroft leaves his quiet and reserved manner to Francis Kohlhase. fAre you kidding?J ' Helen Boyum and Edith Francis bequeath their Damon and Pythias friendship to Josephine Tharp and June Taxhearis. Eddie Dworsky leaves his ability to compete with Mr. Meinke in social class to any junior who thinks himself capable of taking over this difficult task. Helen David leaves her perfect church record to Gordy Lyngstad. ' Connie Becker will now stay home nights reading Peter Krogseng's latest book, WThe Way of Wolves and Their Habits fNot that you need it, Connie.J Warner LaDu, the senior class brainstorm, bequeathes' his intelligence and mental abilities to Andrew Zurkowshi. Helen Kyryluk and Joann Holler leave their ability to become the Forest Queen's attendants to anyone who can take their place next year. Betty Trompeter wills her royal title, WQueen of Raniern, to Betty Houska. 3.I.sIV 889.10 r 115--Qf,aIln'!f mm? grsiimzfwia .i52I"'!0-'fa-13510 'mtneaisiit ,ev .9 I 1 Q M x 1 ,a xi 5-Q - .ss3oasnui!1,'zufNaa3q-tv? ,. 5u11nniztoQQf'?I 'ta wqugm,,,iondp3Q ii-MH P mg :.,,13lvoa'! 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H mms 'wen' irdiri-b!:1r'f'ff9iv3M' vhmoQ', 1 , , w.eJ1dnH alan? has aevluv in qdv QHT' ,xgoQy3aeg5I a'2nps3Q1BW - ' .., ,ig-, egg , 1 5 " 51 'if f-flaaiatibbfjlilf 41'J?'2'ifJH'4f9 -303'!?'-- '3e:egiQabnped':,.,gxoJsnia1d"-aiaeia ':mla91kVf.a:3r',vf1syI 'rbhfsaw-. . .isiawoamirl 'izembuk aa' ez-a.t3f.t1'.td1aWX-aruba image?-eqha2I.i1e3nt aid was vazrliicta 'sigma,,syfeai5:4zs'ilo?!1-rml3a13.',b1faAipqlfxigit,Trims!! I . fuses- uno QorQw,.9novwl '95 amshndzyaa-2e'nei6ag1pg,g3rihdiqifjiiii qmoad Y q . f.h,,: ,T . ,, T,-,M ,j., -as,.g -MgI..f,f6'-gmg,-'3g,g,3:3gga'1gAfgypgkj-q 1.1933 'tag naiivw' , .eltiar-1le'go1.'16f2' wa'.iffivz"f3gd:rBq-xlzig'i'1',QQa'Js5f ,- ' T , ' 1 a 6422111615 'xff.:isfQ ..'f?9f,L--:"1ffi-ffilfl V . . . . xc '..,., I , T ."'.'f-..' -.4 Y." ' L i, , , 5 CLASS WILL icont ' dl Pauline Buchholi wills her slender figure t o any e in. lum ,ir . . , , pl aSEmgayCgstlgypand Mavis Jornlin leave their ability to hold navy men to June Gauthier. ' , Eunice Darval wills her gracefulness in tap dancing to Lois Kilda, ' - To Chuck Lindvall goes Jerry Dessin's motor cycle for two. ' William Fontana and George Polenske will their long, trips across the bridge to Pudgy Holm and Beverly Jordan. Elizabeth Smith bequeaths her ability to have fun at New Year's parties to Margaret Patnode. !Remember this year's party, Liz?J Borghild Dahlen wills her completely Norwegian name to Andrew Zurkowski. Sheila Oliver leaves herall around goodness and help- fulness to Jennie Boresuik. Jean Stone wills her great imagination to Romona , Tweeter, . . Kenneth Bangen leaves his bashfulness in social class to anyone who takes what Mr. Meinke says seriouslyg , To Donald Vonder Haar goes Charles La Jambe's beauti- ful crisp brown wavy hair. Marjorie Sullivan bequeaths her ability to stay presi- dent of the We Never Get Our Man Club to anyone who would like go start 3 similiar club and take over her office. . oseann La Blanc believes that a way to a man.s heart is through his stomach so she leaves this valuable infor- mation to any girl who wants t o take home economics as a subgeot eac year. - Bernice Zurich wills her ability to wear sweaters well to Beverly Guay. . Edna Wento wills her perfect school attendance to Marlene Morrison. - goes.Eegeiai?gnS5gEg?on's great love for girl's basketball Donna Newman wills her shortness to any of the sky- scraping gals who wish they were just a few inches s horter Marie Westermeier wills her catchy color combinations to Marcella Lookabill. Hulda Nelson, a Norwegian, wills her ability to talk with a Swedish accent to any Norwegian who dares. - Patsy Thomas leaves her curves to next years senior girls so that they may also get in on some of the wolf howls Leon Sweney bequeaths his title 'l9h5's Most Shapely Ladn to Milton Kochaniuk. Nina Stepoway wills her ability to be a one-man cheer-' ing section to all those who have strong lungs. fi' June Brown wills ber place in-the detention room to anyone who can't quite make it to school on time. - Elsie Haluzak wills her diligent work on the senior annual to anyone with the time, patience, and bright ideas. H ildur Oliver gives to the next year's seniors her, ability to keep aloof. ' 1 . N I Yiwu I u J ' 0 ' I7 L S Q. ' - M 1 -1 ' W n 1' " 1 4 , 4 . ' r fv in i , N r V A' ,, 1 . . M' . . " " -1. + ' . 8 iv -nv eight., nf ' A x u 2 ' I' x t 1 . 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Jeanne Reuter leaves her favorite perch at Jimmies window to Helen Koblyk. KDon't let the seat get cold, Helen! Darlene Cline's swing and sway goes to handsome f A Freddie Day, ' ' Richard Barrett, the senior class casanova, leaves ' his technique to Howard Milette. Harriet Gordon wants to keep school absences in the family so she's leaving them to Bonnie. !Keep up the good work Bonnie, you're doing fine.l Bertha Santine leaves her new song, WOh, I've got a Gal and Her Name is Birdie, she's got hair like Gravel Gertien, to any gal who dares put her hair up in rags the day before coming to school. Helen Shewchuk wills her secret engagement to all those who wants to keep their rings in their dresser drawer. Jerry McCormack and Bill Murray leave their new vol- ume, nHow to Write Love Lettersn, to all those who are in- terested in carrying on their,love affairs by correspondence. Vincent Pulicicckio leaves his mastery of the English language to Gene Koerbitz. , To Earl Hicky goes Mercedes Tive's overflowing abun- 1 dance of ambition. CYou could make use of some of it, HickeyJ Ray Harala wills his long athletic record in football and basketball to Bobby Evans. KHere's luck to you Bobby, Falls High will need it.J - Bobby Hollstead passes on his ability to get out of fifth hour study hall for a certain reason to Milton Koch aniuk. 0 Liela Bakke wills her strawberry blond curls to Alice Wickstrom. To Betty Berglund goes Marjorie Bruggemen's ability to getalong so well with Miss Tripp. Jeanette Carrier leaves her quietness and industrious nature in study hall to Nick Haponuk. KTake a hint Nicky! fc. a . v Q ..r, -1 A f 4 .4 CLASS WILL KCont'dJ Merwin Peterson wills his generous donations to the special demands that arise to all those who are in need of cash. Gertrude Thydean wills her winsome smile to Dorothy Wellmo Eileen Thompson leaves her quiet ways to talkative Merle Solomon. Kenneth B reneman wills his affection for only one woman to John Ruelle. Jennie Markow wills her affection for only one man to B arbara Johnson. Phyllis Dewester leaves her good shorthand record to Evelyn Ruby. , Eugene Earley's ability to hand in papers with only his name on the top and still wget by' to Claude Dahl. Arlyne Evenson wills her ability to get along with people and her likeable nature to Betty Jean Hanson. lTake a hint Bettyl L Billy Fulton wills his ability to get a new laugh for every occasion to Jack Wagner. Adeline Gorder leaves her close Canadian friendship to Jean Cullen. ' X Leonard Gordon bequeathes his secret little rendezvous with a certain person to Erna Mae B ray. To Nora Kelly goes June H artje's sleepless nights. KWe wonder why they're sleepless, June? p Bob Hodell leaves his interesting literature to the males of the junior class. To Arden Erickson go Mary Headsten's enjoyable week- ends. 'Robert Hultman leaves behind all the unscrewed desks in senior homeroom to the janitors to fig. To Donald Bolstad goes Don Johnson's ability for leadership. Roy Johnson and Malcolm Watson leave their seats in bookkeeping class to any junior boys who like to be sur- rounded by women. Marian Jorgensen wills her ability to sing the latest popular songs to Jean B ennington. To Jack Price go Norman Jornlin's meek and bashful ways. fWe really think you're a wolf in sheeps clothing though, Norman.D Thelma Kleppe leaves her title of NH omecoming Queenn to' the fortunate senior girl of l9l+6. Elaine LaPage passes on her quick sense of humor, although corny at times, to Edna Olson. ' Ronald Laurion, Philip Wagner, Archie Villalta, and Aldo DeMarchi leave their army-navy routine to future service men of Falls H igh. 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Violet Weum's good naturedness goes to Jessie Shaw. All these things we leave to our following classmates and to the Juniors we leave one more year of school. May your relations with the teachers be as Wpleasantn as ours have been 0 lb'0aoUl JJTH BEKJ Imam :ucv Massa alum as dana as ,xulnodaax aalltw asvnai Qalvalohul aunt .asalnllol :asia :clash but on ,di ab at aovnd ada edt an nw! avid 04 291114: all torso! anew nonxdv sas! xsdmuman! .lisuuisns vsxpua on gsznq xoinou-xoknug A !?annxiv,,fazsq a'xsaq nab a aiqqa aa' .niacin non tad clltu xatlaiq n attic? ,oiioi aalnixol 93 'Evan abauoq and sqasx manners am Mon oq gaiudo mf sh u :wma .imma xadnamsai. .nib nd ranged: sl ang as asnaw can nnnmas on . - 1 ' ' AK9?11B 33 any not nod gnlqb taxis mins qos! as gtlilds IIS :II w that moxndk . .tiint H 11:3 08 11960603 ld! to! nga!!! 105 053 ot biases siinldal gnu! :Qu aavsnt rrrusnu 435511 . 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If you succeed, boys, share your success with the rest of us. Slowly the scene fades. We are now transported to the UYCU RUSS 'CM--WE FUSS 'ENN salon. Here we find beauty operator Darlene Cline having a tete-a-tete in her own private corner with Bill Murray, now prospective owner of the TASTY BEER BREWING COMPANY. Incidentally, Darlene is supposedly manicuring his nails. As we mosey along we also see Gertrude Thydean and Eileen Thompson busily running in and out of a private booth. Let's follow them in and see what goes on. Believe it or not! It's Bill Fulton with a peroxide streak adorn- ing his wavy hair. You're really a brave man, Bill. Traveling over snow-capped mountains and ocean waters we finally come upon a South Sea island. Ah! The scene gets clearer. Many saronged native girls are awaiting their turn to talk to the great God Homo, better known to us as Peter Krogseng, who so generously gives his advice on HHow to make your husband happyn. What is he saying? Sorry, folks, the vision has faded. But here we are in the New York City Esquire Building looking in while two photographers, Jennie Markow and Eliz- abeth Haluzak, take shots of Esquire's latest model, Joann Holler. On the sideline sits chief adviser, Ed Dworsky, who by the expression on his face is thoroughly enjoying his work. What's this--I hear radio music. If it isn't our own station CKFI with Marian Jorgensen and Adeline Gorder sing- ing the advertisement for the Munchy Crunchy Carrot pro- gram. Now the commentator, Richard Barrett, will lead us in reducing exercises which he guarantees will bring de- finite results, but quick. Ch! ,Chl Girls! This is where we travel on. Another scene floats before us. This time we see bright lights and crowds of people passing into the P. Q G. It's opening night under the new proprietorship of June Brown. As the added attraction for the evening, we have the U.N.G.C.H. 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Because of the romantic atmosphere and the hushed stillness of the crowd, we realize that we are in the Grand Theatre. On the screen are Hollywood's greatest lovers, Betty Trom- peter and Kenneth Breneman, playing a passionate love scene, Charles La Jambe and Malcolm Watson with their dates in the balcony, just can't seem to Keep their minds on the picture. Outside of the theatre we see Bob Hill- stead picneting the place because he didn't receive the starring role. Over there in a store encasement, we see a sign read- ing: WDon't fly, stay safe with a streamlined deluxe motorcycle from the Dessin Motor Shop. A free ride for every prospective customer.N Nice going, Jerry. There way up high in the clouds we see another victim. This time it's Mary Headsten out testing her new plane with the able assistance of her flying instructor, none other than Merwin Peterson. Look! They're going into a dive-- the plane is out of control and heading downward, downward! But we have nothing to worry about as here comes Daniel Geer speeding forth in his ambulance truck accompanied by his two pretty nurses, Edith Francis and Helen Boyum. The scene vanishes. Through the mist come dancing our two tango artists, Eunice Darval and Norman Jornlin, professionally Known as Elita and Sven O'Toole. Their name as well as their danc- ing attracts a crowd. Speaking a crowds, we are now in front of an Alaskan entertainment parlor with the juke box playing, HThe Doors Swing In and The Doors Swing Outn. Here we see swinging out Kenneth Bangen, Eugene Earley, Robert Hultman, Bob Sny- der, and Leonard Gordon. It looks like a stag party, but let's go in. Glancing around we spot an office door and written in bold type is HJean Radosevich, Belle of the Yukon--proprietoress. And in her employ are Bernice Zur- ick the busy but efficient barmaidg Emma Costley and Thelma Kleppe as head cigarette girls, and last but not least, Roy Johnson as the financial manager. 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That looks like Sheila Oliver over there. Lct's see what she's knitting. Whatever it is it looks awfully small, but them who are we to jump to conclusions. Letters! Letters! Letters! All addressed to the new lovelorn club, Wwe Get Them--You Keep Themu, Liela Bakke, President. Her more prominent correspondents are Marie westermeier, Patty Johnson, Roseann La Blanc and Jean Stone. Here's hoping it works, girls. ' Through the fog comes the smell of food and swish-- we are in an Italian restaurant. There's Vincent Paul rambling amongst his customers. Here in a booth about to attack a heaping dish of spaghetti are Gerald Ginter, Clif- ford Gauthier, and Philip Wagner. Hmm! It sure looks good. At a romantic little table for two we find Irving Sher and Elizabeth Smith too engrossed in each other to think of food. If you really want to make an impression, Ike, slip Vincent a dollar and he'll play for yourfgal. 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Edna Wento and Sharon Judy with an WEN on their report ' cards. Elaine LaPage and June Hartje starting a ballet school. George Polenski without his bicycle. Bill Murray not driving the coca-cola truck. Lizzy Smith acting her age. Punk Merrill without slacks. Peter Krogseng being meek and bashful. Barbara McDevitt not chasing after the boys. Richard Barrett not arguing with teachers. Dan Geer without a beard. Phyllis Lewester and Patty Johnson being the tallest in the class. Archie Villalta, Ronny Laurion, Don Johnson, Clifford Eagthier, Aldo DeMarchi, and Philip Wagner being ' So Adeline Gorder and Helen Shewchuk not being engaged. Fub Haxala being a bench warmer. Roy Johnson being the class casenova. Helen David going out on a spree. Dolly Darvel being clumsy and ungraceful. Gerald Ginter not saying, WWOWW. Borghild Dahlen not blushing when called on to recite by Mr. Meinke. Irving Sher without P.M., and we don't mean Paul Meinke. Jerry McCormack without his flashy shirts and ties. 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Kenneth Breneman liking WSunshineN for a nickname. The reason why Hulda Nelson devotes her time to the bowling alley after school. . Marjorie Sullivan, Mercedes Tive, Bertha Santine, Donna Newman, Betty Anderson, Helen Jean Paulson, Ardath Merrill, and Violet Weum not being in the WWe Never Get Our Man Clubn. Marian Brunette being a Commercial teacher. Pauline Buchholz being the fat woman in a circus. Warner IaDu being the second Einstein. Jeanette Carrier with a high neck dress. Arlyne Evenson with time on her hands. Roseanne LaBlanc with her hair out of her eyes. Merwin Peterson being a lady's man. Marie Westermeier not talking about her Nboyfriends'. Gertrude Thydean and liildurOliverwithout a pack of wolves behind them. Jennie Markow with enemies. Jean Stone not meeting with Mr. Meinke's approval. Betty Trompeter and Pat Pfeifer not giving a boost for Ranier. Grace Swenson unable to answer one of Miss Sture's involved questions. Liela Bakke with a Gravel Gertie hair do. 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CAST Prison Matron ---- - Bailiff -------- Judge Heath' ------ District Attorney Flint His Secretary ----- Defense Attorney Stevens His Secretary ----- Clerk of the Court - - - Karen Andre ------ Dr. Kirkland ------ Mrs. John Hutchins - - - Ella Van Fleet ----- Elmer Sweney ------ Nancy Lee Faulkner - - - Magda Swenson ----- John Graham Whitfield - Jane Chandler ----- Signa Jungquist ---- Larry Reagan ------ Roberta Van Rensselaer - Stenographer ------ The jury which was drawn Karen Andre, not guilty. Bernice Zurick Billy Fulton Lddie Dworsky Robert Hillstead Darlene Cline Andrew Zuraowsni Marian Jorgensen Roy Johnson Jeanne Reuter Nina Stepoway Mardorie Eruggeman Jean Radosevich Milton Bancroft Sheila Oliver Hulda Nelson Don Johnson Mavis Jornlin Barbara McDevitt Kenneth Breneman Eildur Oliver Sharon Judy from the audience decided CLASS SONG The time of our parting draws nigh, We must bid farewell to the old Falls Highg Proudly shoulder the burdens of a world of strife, And accept the challenge of the road of life. So we'll take our places in the world of today, As we leave our school you can hear us say, Though our boys may serve in the air, on land, or sea, By your standards they'll fight on to victory, For your spirit will linger in each and every heart, We pledge our faith in thee, as sadly we depart. So we'll take our places in the world of today, As we leave our school you can hear us say, Chorus: V Here's to our dear old Falls High, To the memories we'll keep alive, Hold her standards high as the , years roll byg We're the class of '45!! 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At the first meeting of the year, all those interested in forming a staff met with Miss Evans and they elected Barbara Jo McDevitt Editor-in-Chief. In the Spring, the journalism staff was revised and a journalism club, named the Pi Sigma Gamma club, was started in order to create more interest. I'E"'WaE decided that the Editor-in-Chief should automatically become president of the club and a secretary-treasurer should be elected to handle the rest of the business. Barbara Jo McDevitt and Virginia Sathrum filled these offices. The first social event of the new club was a Saint Patrick Party on March 17. Because it was such a big succes the social committee has planned a formal party to be held on April 27. The motif for the party will be one of spring. The staff and their guests will enjoy dancing and refresh- ments and program is being planned. The following are both members of the revised staff and the new Pi-Qigma Gamma club. 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They were as follows: Sheila Oliver and Jeanne Router in the poetry division, Ethel McPherson in the humorous division, Amy Lou Ander- son in the dramatic division, and Peter hrogseng and Bob Hillstead in the oratorical division. Jeanne Renter, Amy Lou Anderson and oob Hillstead participated in the finals and Jeanne heuter won first place with her poem NThe'UloudN. Jeanne Renter, Bob Hillstead, and Peter Krogseng represented the eopnomore class in the l9L3 District contest held at Eveleth. They participated in the divisions of poetry, humorous and oratory respectively. Peter Krogseng and Bob Hillstead entered the finals and Bob won the honor of going to the negional contest at Coleraine. He placed first with a superior rating in the humorous fieldg his selection was ULet There Be Mann. Strictly a Junior speech team represented the Falls High School at the l9LL District epeech meet held in Virginia. Jeanne Renter in poetry, Bob Hillstead in dramatics, Peter nropsei in oratory and Malcolm Watson 'in humorous composed the group. Bob Lillstead, Malcolm Watson, and Peter Krogseng entered the finals and Peter placed first with his oration, NThe will to Peacen. He ater attended the uegional contest at Vloquet where he received the distinct honor ofvfinning a superior ratine. Again the trio, Jeanne, Peter and Dob represented the class in their Se ior year when they attended the district speech contest at aveleth. Jeanne represented the school in poetry, Peter in original oratory and Bob in dramatics. 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This operetta presented a delightful story of old Holland. The leading characters were: Juliana ------- Gypsy Queen ----- Bourghomaster - - - - Katrina - - ----- Hulda -------- JanS----- Gypsy Josh - - Katz - - - - - Gertrude, the cat -D- Choruses of milkmaids, Dutch men and women Jeanne Reuter Helen Markowski Arthur Holmstrom Jean Radosevich Donna Thompson Edward Johnson Vincent Puliccickio Edward Carlson Robert Evans bears, and even kittens lent much color. o gypsiesf Another operetta, WThe Prince of Peddlersn, was given in the ninth grade, 1942. The scene of the play was in a remote kingdom where customs never change. 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This year the String Ensemble, together with the School Band, gave a concert in the Fort Frances High School. They also provided the music for one of the J. C. programs over CKFT. The members of this organization are as follows: First violins- - - Vincent Puliccicxio - Senior Sheila Oliver - Senior Second violins - - Katherine Shaw Donna Shapira Viola - - Mr. Olson lThis position was form- erly held by Peter Krogsengj Cello - - Pat Thomas - Senior String Bass - - Arlyne Evenson - Senior Piano - - Helene Kotilinek gofmmx mmm . f x V . 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The band has made several trips out of town---in 1939 they made a trip to the Legion Convention at Cloquet, in 1938 they made a trip to Moose Lodge Convention,at Kewatin, and in 1940 they made a trip to audette to give a concert. This year the band played a concert in the Fort Francis School, the only outfof-town concert. They played a half-hour program over Station CKFI. The Band holds practices bright and early, every morning except Monday, at 8:00 in the Little Theater. Graduating seniors from the school band are: George Polenshq - Clarinet - 2 years Marion Brunette - Clarinet - 4 years Vernon Weum - Clarinet - 6 years Robert Snyder - Cbrnet - 5 years Eunice Darval - French Worn - 5 years Ardath Merrill - Alto Saxophone - 6 years Patricia Thomas - Cello - 4 years Arlyne Evenson - String Bass - 2 years ETvmWvwWTmvWinifTWTWTTTVf7WWT?'fm'W'5?f5v5mf?TEF'f'"7557f"'ff7'WfwfwMm-w-mmf Lv E ! ., s i , i Q, f v L i ,, Q E Q, 5, ? , i E.. 1 i, 5 , A I f t , I, ti , .fl Q, mms 196:48 lib' -no el :pulsing-xo enum nbos asom'tu0 - 'sltdlaol "ni dlhiw 'io ugh ,uodlll N tag beaognuo had -bla-eiq-ug to in-melissa Van!! 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' anim 6 - uxor mm! - znnnanmm " Quo! a -1ano1iquisB'63lAA- Ilttxewqfsahh I ' Snag 5 56110 'iftillhfil' iss:-:wr ' ' A Q 811842. si 5' assi! 31111323 -- nosaaif!1'.aazIiA ' 11- YQHMXA 1--1-'lnmnaisaa----f --ff-1-----ff -'-' A'-' 'M 5 41-u---N -1-L '-- F-M A-'-Xi ---- H1 - While other people are enjoying their noon meal, the members of the High School Orchestra are slaving away in the Little Theatre practising numbers for their next , concert, but we don't mind. In fact we love it! iwe have - tol. The orchestra has shown great improvement under the direction of Mr.'Olson. There have been bigger crowds at our concerts and the orchestra has given better perfor- IHSHCSS Q In past years the orchestra has played at class plays, at baccalaureate and commencement exercises, at musical demonstrations, at U.S.O. benefits, at P.T.A. programs, and once they accompanied an operetta, WCarmelitaW, in 1940. Annual spring and fall concerts have always been given. In 1938 the orchestra made a trip to Bemidji to hear the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, and in 1939 again made a trip to Bemidji to play a concert for students there This year the orchestra gave a fall concert consist- ing of American classics, and gave a spring concert con- sisting of classical music. Plans for a trip to Bemidji on May eighteenth are well under way at the time this article is printed. The orchestra will play a concert for the State Teacher's College and also for the Bemidji High School. This event is awaited by all the members with much anticipation. The highlight of this year was when Robert Elliot, noted conductor of the Chicago Little Philharmonic Orchestra, came here in March to conduct our school orchestra in a concert. The female members will especially remember this event- ----- sigh!!! The graduation seniors of the orchestra are as follows: Sheila Oliver - - Vincent Puliccickio Helen hyryluk - - Barbara McDevitt - George Polenske - Peter hrogseng - Pat Thomas - - - Arlyne Evenson - Ardath Merrill - Robert Snyder - - Eunice Darval - years years years years years year years years years years years years years violin violin violin violin violin violin viola cello violin string bass alto saxophone cornet French horn A Li!B8HBH ', An '. ins ,Inu noon uct! aultctno' nardzqui -miie straw at zany gatvlla ual eztaodaxo Lacuna as H out 30,B15dlBG x sxnq txoqafwulAaxaduua gn1s1apu1i qmacadr Glas!! ods ,uvqn owlginl svn! on ton! aI '.ba1m 3 nab as 304 ,01aa? 3 one iubhnfliemfvoi ml santa anna: aan ozsasdoic ed? - Ja abdu1o'te3a1d anna stud stud! -noaL0 .1H 2o ac13o011b '1Gi10Qhjl33QQV30!13-llH'l1QlO5910 odd has atmponon 190 -. ,J,g ,--U . 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There is, graber, a seni 1..el1.beI'S o They make grams, between year they sing They hold SENIOR GIRLS' EHSEYPLT under the direction of Miss Helen Hoch- or girls' ensemble which consists of eleven their appearance at different school pro- acts of plays, at Red Cross Teas, and each at the Citizenship banquet. their practices in the school library every Monday and Wednesday evening after school. . The music they sing ranges from classical to popular to fit the occasion for which they are to sing, A They sang over GCFI. Members of the group are: Sopranos Jeanne Reuter ' Jean Radosevich Hildur Oliver Barbara Mc Devitt Seconds Sheila Oliverp Mary Headsten Pat Thomas Altos Nina Stepoway Mavis Jornlin Mercedes Tive Eunice Darval Vocal Music Activities Mixed Chorus The mixed chorus, which is now under the direction of Miss Helen Hochgraber, has an enrollment of fourty-one girls and ten boys, a total of fifty-one with ten of these being graduating seniors. The mixed chorus practices three times a week on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from nine a.m. until ten a.m in the library. - For the past two years the mixed chorus has partici- pated in spring and fall concerts with the school band and orchestra. They also made an appearance in the P.T.A. Christmas program and at throughout the year. Miss Hochgraber has activities for two years Miss Francis Pherson. 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It was a heartbreaker, but it filled the team with spirit. The rest of the game was of the same quality. Although the wins were few, the scores were close. Probably the Fal1's greatest loss was when Aldo De Mar- ki was called to the army. The preceding spring, Aldo had been chosen captain for the fall of '44, but before season opened, he had to leave. As a second choice, the team pick- ed Don Johnson to be the Fall's captain. The score of the game played are as follows: Virginia ----------- ---7 Falls ------ ------ --6 Gilbert --------------- 6 Falls ------------- -6 Bemidji --------------- 7 F8118 -------------- 0 Grand Rapids --------- 18 F8115---' -------- -14 Ely- ---.------------- 12 Falls -------------- O Mo unta in Iron --------- 6 F8 11S ------------- 15 Chisholm ------------- 14 F8113 --------'----- 6 Warroad ------------- :sg F8115 ------------ 322 Total points. 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'- ,Aniisl ' . 2 , , , -. - . t. ....,........., L, .AHLLH fr., ----V-'M-new H- 1--ak -14 f Wl9uL-L5 Basketball Seasonw At the beginning of the l9uh-45 basketball season, a large group of promising athletes reported to Coach Scheela. Among them were only two veterans from last year's team. These were Ray Harala and Robert Evans. This meant that the team would have little experience and would be handicapped greatly as a result. This was later proved as the season progressed. The Falls had won but one game in seven. This they had taken from a favorite Tower team, which had an average height of 6 feet l inch while compared to the Falls aver- age of 5 feet 9 inches. This also was probably the best game the Falls played all year. In the middle of March the Falls lads journeyed to Virginia to play in the District Tournament. Losing to the favorite Aurora team, the last game of the season came to an end. It also meant the last game of basketball for the graduating Seniors during their high school career. The squad was composed of the following players: Ray Harala CCapt.J Richard Thompson Robert Evans Edgar Terry Gene Koerbitz A Dale Hamilton Milton Kochaniuk Howard Millette Richard Brown Art Turrenne Chester Wagner Darrel Gustafson Bob Bolstad - Student Manager The following are the scores of the season: Cook ---- 52 Falls-3A Cook ---- 39 N 20 Gilbert- - 35 W 27 Eveleth- - 30 W 20 Virginia- -Sl U 31 Tower- - - 36 N L5 Roseau- - -L2 N A7 Ely ---- L8 N 19 Biwabik- - 33 W 28 Baudette- -36 N A3 Mt. 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V ,V i V i -A,.,4,,,, ... tm- Nw- 'uuunhuunif- Basketball Remembrances It was a great night Monday after school , when in the seventh grade, basketball started, but during the seventh and eighth grades we played the thrilling and exciting game of line basketball. lThen when we became Freshmen we were allowed to play half court basketball We played in the finals during our Freshmen year and lost by a few points to the Seniors. The first Freshmen team to play in the finals for quite a few years. Coming over to the Senior High School was a thrill and the Freshmen team carried over its same players, consisting of June Brown, Nina Stepoway, Helen Kyryluk as forewards and Xary Headsten, Helen Jean Pauls on, and Jean Radosevioh as guards. We once again played the finals, but without luck we failed to gain the title. In the Junior year, Ardath KPunkD Merrill took over Helen Kyryluk's place on the team and we took the championship from the Dribbling Drips. At last our Senior year had come, but there was doubt in the minds of the NJeepsW KSeniors to you! whether we could carry off the title, because of the fast rising and stiff competit ion offered by the Juniors and Sophomores. But in the finals the nJeepsH captured the title for the second straight year. Basketball season is over but there is s till one itch to get in and play. The HJeepsW want to thank Sheila Oliver and Marjorie Sullivan for their undivided help when there was a need for extra players, such as when June Brown injured her leg in the finals and Sheila Oliver had to step in and take her place. The Girls' Senior Team has shown a great record, although not all victorious, we feel greatly sorrowed that basketball has come to an end for us. And so we leave the Senior High greatly pleased with the girls' team. f ,,,,,.,,,,,,,-4 .f . ...A . F, I ,,...--,.1. ,,.A,h..,.4..,..L,1,f.. ...m..14...1..N--V-,Q...f n .A I O - . 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Before becoming mem- bers they have to take the oath of the club, that they 11 will be good all they can promise that A party is given in club each year. At this after a small initiation The officers of the sportsmen, uphold the training rules, and do to advance athletics in the city. They also they will be good losersnand modest winners. honor of the new members of the party they take the oath and ceremony they are members. club are elected at the beginn- ing of each school year and hold office for one term. Meetings are held on the first Monday of each month in the senior high auditorium. Special meetings are called for the election of officers and if something important comes up. One of the activities of the club was to have a war slogan and bond sale in competition with the Pep Squad. Naturally the boys won. With the money that was received jointly, the Pep Squad and Lettermen's Club were able to furnish fifty sailors and fifty wacs with all their nec- essary clothing and equipment. 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Martin's adventurous sister, a silly person whose love of travel led her to the far corners of the earth, Peverend Jacob Teasle - Kenneth Breneman, Pastor of the local suburban church. His first lege was his past- orate 6. Whitford Mundorf - Don Johnson, a business associate of Mr. Martin, who was a hard bargainer, Aunt Mat Worth - Sheila Oliver, Mrs. Martin's wealthy but thrifty aunt. She hated extravagance, Lucille Armitage - Mavis Jornlin, Johnny's college sweetheart. She was intelligent, vivacious, and gay, Tom De North - Ronald Laurion, Elizabeth's handsome, athletic sweetheart, Harriet - Hildur Oliver, the Martin's maid. She was the apple of Johnson's eye, Johnson - Malcolm Watson, the Martin's butler. Inci- dentally, he was a believer of the psychological moment, The Whole Truth was based upon the fact that Mrs. MartiH'haiade'H?-.fr family promise to tell nothing but the truth. Everything in the Martin household ran smoothly until on the servants' day off. 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I , , , 4, . . .A,. , A 1 . . ., K. ,, Y V. V, ,,. A , . A V -,,M+,A ,. U,-,,, A Q Junior Class Officers President ---- - - - Robert Evans Vice President- - - - .Jenniemhoresiuk Secretary ------ - John Ruelle Treasurer ------ James Jorgensen Class Advisors- - - Miss Sture,Mr. Jung An outstanding achievement of the the play WAunt Tillie Goes To Towns a given on November 17. The play was a they had one of the largest audiences the school for some time. The cast was as follows: Junior class was fmwecmmdm huge success as in the history of Lucinda Talbot- Aunt Tillie Trask- Mervin Tucker- - Ronald Howland- - Lizzie Parsons- Pamela Marsh- - Mrs. Lucy Lorrimer Ellen Neiland- - Charlie One Lung- Mrs. Tillie Tucker ----- Dr. Hattie Bing- Director - .-. -Q - Q - Merle Solomon Arden Erickson Andrew Zurkowski Robert Hillstead Wanda Risberg Toyoe Lindvall Virginia Sathrum Lael Withrow Charles Pearce Jennie Boresuik e Margaret Patnode Frank R. Mahovlich Many Juniors participate in Band and Orchestra. They have played for several programs in the past year. Also a large number of Juniors are in the Pep Squad. A number of Juniors are playing footbal and basket- ball and are as follows: Football Johnny Ruelle Jim y Jorgenson Paul Chezick Lindy Wallen Robert Evans Gene Koerbitz Darold Gustafson Curtis.Kenpanien Howard Milette Milton Kochaniuk Basketball Robert Evans Milton Kochaniuk Gene Koerbitz Paul Ghezimk Darold Gustafson Howard Milette Johnny Ruelle A A sqm mm! ' 1 , Asunsmm - - A-- - --aau.eu11 ' 3l!lnoH'a3asn'5. -v--H - -ftasblnfl oat? sIIou5'n4qS, - - 4,4-f - -. A-:timm- mnmzet :unit - -A A - - - -xnvun! gent nm. 01938 mu!! - 1- wamrvu seam .aw auto 'xolmut eds to snwavairws yxibmtadmx as .ibnib Qomafn ffuuoiofg soon all :T Jam? urq uw aa, ,annum cam' s' cm: 'gsm asv! .'9.C'A'xodv-avov! no zzsvia 10 Y103nl1!'od5' ra! "3a,.f5eI,hA:v Jafwmai odd in 960 had Qld-1 A A, . 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