Fargo Central High School - Cynosure Yearbook (Fargo, ND)
- Class of 1939
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Text from Pages 1 - 154 of the 1939 volume:
To furnish a lastinq source of tond memories
To portray class and school activities
To hrinq pleasant recollections, in later years, ot da s s e t ' S h f
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And to help us live again, happy hours spent with our fellow students and
excellent faculty -Y
ls the purpose of this, the H335 Anchor.
Southport High School
Leonard A. Hohlt
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Ray R. Addington
Dean of Women
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CQLOHS -Blue and Silver.
MCTTO - "With the ropes of the past we can ring the bells of the future."
N September, l93l, approximately one hundred and twenty-five Freshmen
entered the doors of Southport High School. We Freshmen didn't quite
realize what tasks we had before us. At first we thought there would be
hardships of every variety, but after we became accustomed to the building
and our new studies we decided the four years that we would spend under
the roof of this school would be four years of good times. Ncw that the four
years have come to pass our prophecy was true.
Qur good times started with the election of class officers. We elected the
following students, who carried out our plans to the highest degree: Alice
Hittle as President: Thomas Smith as Vice-President, and Mildred Hauser as
Secretary and Treasurer. Our class sponsor was Miss Marshall, who, as
most of us know, is now teaching in New Mexico.
The following September, l932, one hundred and sixteen Sophcmores
returned to acquire more knowledge. The class officers of that year were:
Hugh Lamb, who was elected President and then resigned. Thomas Smith,
who was elected Vice-President, had to take Hugh's position as President, and
who proved to be capable of that office. Dorothy Ftaine was Secretary and
Treasurer and our class sponsor was Miss Penrod. We were less in number,
hut that didn't hinder us in the least, we kept right on going and forcing our
ln the fall of '33 only one hundred and three came back to enioy the fun
and activities of Southport High School. Cur class officers of the one whole
year of entertainment were Ally Burks, holding the office of President, Hose-
niary lsenhower as Vice-President, and lack Elder as Secretary and Treasurer.
Qur class sponsor was Mr. Leedy. That year we staged a play, "Her EX-
Husbandf' which was a huge success. 'Wife gave the seniors a reception,
which we hope they will never forget. Another year gone and only one more.
We all hope it will bring as much joy as this last year has brought to us.
September, l935, our last year! We were surely going to make this year
a year we would never forget. l think most of us have. Cur class officers
were: President, Ally Burksg Vice-President, Iohn Uhl, and Secretary and
Treasurer, Hazel Pitcher. Our sponsor was Miss Florence Day. This year our
class presented the play "The Million Dollar Butler," which was directed by
Miss Kersey. This presentation was also a grand success.
Two members of cur class, whom we wish to honor and to whom we
want to give credit for already making a way for themselves in this great-
wide-wcrld, are lames Sutterfield, who is in Ramona, California, making a
smooth path for his later years in life, and Elgie Porter, who has joined the
Navy in search of success along that line.
Several of our classmates have settled dcwn to face life together. Some
have married among their own classmates and others have found partners
Approximately seventy-three of us are graduating. We regret leaving
school, and many cf us, venturing into this world alone, will never meet again.
We give a hearty thanks to all of our educators and hope that the following
classes will have as grand a time as we had in our old Alma Mater.
lGHT gleamed, and the sprawling city stirred as the rays ot electrical lite
glared at the approaching night. Huge skyscrapers, with now illuniinod
peaks, towered with pleasing regularity along the glistening thoroughfare
stretching to north and again south as the eye could visualize.
Small tube-like cars, propelled by bursting rockets, scurried to and lro,
with unceasing turmoil. Strange, perhaps, to one living in that ancient year
l9E5, no pedestrians were in sight. Qbserving turther, one saw that no side-
walks bordered this great highway. Apparently, no one walked while trav-
eling, each having his own rocket car or aero-coupe to ride trorn point to point.
Suddenly the view changed and a scenic boulevard curved ahead toward
a vast arch ot masonry erected as a lasting and solitary monument to the
once small village ot Southport that had thrived in that spot, and which long
years ago had been enveloped with other skirting hamlets, to torrn a new
part ot that everlasting metropolis, lndapo, the name indianapolis long since
shortened. Within a beautitul structure at the end ot the boulevard was
lioused the Southport High School tall schools had been converted to cope
with the steadily increasing demands ot sciencel.
A banquet was in progress, while two custodians ot the building observed
from o small balcony high above the dining hall. Une ot the men at his work,
inquired as to the identity oi the diners below.
His companion, a man ot perhaps sixty years, turned, and with a grave
look stated that those below were members ot one of the most remarkable
classes ot Southport and added as an atterfthought that it was the class of
"How do you mean, remarkable?" asked the young mon ot the older
the older man being, ii you have not already guessed! none other than lohn
Harding, a taithtul worker in that institution.
"lt would be entirely too long to tell it we stood here," answered lohn.
return to the boiler room and till try to enlighten you."
Atter descending in the elevator to the lower contfnes oi the building they
comtortably seated themselves and alter reireshcning his mind with monte
ories ot bygone days, lohn began his narrative.
"At that time l had only casual conact with some ot my tellow class-
mates, but ten or titteen years atter their graduation, l began to hear remark-
able things concerning the members. l shall try to give you a brief account
ot what they have done to enter into the limelight ci the world.
lVlarjorie Parker is comtrtrtably settled in a auaint little home in Terre
Hugh lamb and lohn liariling are sale owners ot a chain ot denial clinics
Henry jordan and Carl Hansing are traveling salesmen. They were so
good at traveling around the school corridors that they thought they could
make their millions doing this. -
Doris Gilmore and Mary Brown are studying voice in Paris. Wedding
bells have rung for both.
Iohn Howell, the neatest drummer in S. H. S., has announced his new
position with Paul Whiteman.
Alta Henzman is the world's greatest beauty specialist. One of her mod-
els is Hattie Kleyn.
jo Ann Vlforrall is taking the leading part at English's this week in "WhY
'Women Stay Single."
Walter Pieper has just taken first prize for the champion flag pole sitter.
Thomas Smith and Walter Thuer are famous cartoonists for the lndapo
Star and New York Gazette.
Rosemary lsenhower is teacher of English at Indiana Central College.
Fred Schroeder has just reopened the Treonnon and the Aragon Ballrooms
Alberta McKinney and Vera Hash are busy helping their husbands in
their campaign for positions in the House of Representatives.
Genevieve Busald is a housewife in Washington, D. C.
Bert Smith and Kenneth Davis have just completed their plans for the
U. S. S. Akron lll.
Burle Hibbs has just completed the newest edition of "How l Capture
Mary E. Stokes is still trying to let the world know what a great trombone
player she is. Some day she may be great.
Vernon Whalen and Emory Gurley, biologists, have both gone buggy and
are attended by their nurse, Clara Oliphant.
Frances Taylor has just given to the world her new formula for "Freckles
Get Bidder of Cream."
Frederick Stumph is a member of the "Livestock Exchange."
lack Elder is nationally known as a brother to all stray and hungry
lohn Uhl and Bobert Watt are both famous astronomers and work with
the professor of that study in Heidlburg University, Thomas Memmer.
Frances Logan and Dorothy Raine are now married and live comfortably
in a Bronx apartment.
Marjorie Hadley is involved in diplomatic affairs in Washington.
David and Donald Haines are both big league pitchers in baseball and
promise to take the world's title.
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A Bit of School Philosophy
Daily I see happy youth file in and out of my doors.
Hour by hour classes are progressing within my walls.
Something of the souls of all who have attended here ref
mains, while something of my spirit goes out with those who
leave. I am left but not forgotten.
. . KIRK
SUPEIUNTBNDHNT OF Souoors
B. A, Qhio Wesleyzin Universityg M A,
Columbia Teachers' College.
As the astronomer watches the courses of the stars so Mr. Kirk, our superintendent,
with the keenesft interest and concern for the welfare of all, watches the progress and
achievements of Fargo High School as it moves onward and forward from year to year.
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Br C. B. TICIHE j
PRINCIPAL or SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL I
Ph, B., Ph. M. University of Wisconsiii. I, X'
What indeed would Fargo High be were it not for the inspiration and leadership
b our principal, Mr. Tighe, who coordinates for us the beacon rays of the 'icy'
ides that necessary balance between work and play in all the phases
nosure Star" and prov
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1. H. BRICKER
DEAN or Rovs
B. S., james Millikiii University.
GLADYS C. CARNEY
DEAN OF G!RLS
B. S., University of North Dakota.
RUTH l. RAMSTAD
SECRETARY 'ro THE PRINCIPAL
ELLA BARBARA ADDISON
B. S., University of Miiinesota.
L. C. SORLIEN
B. A.. Luther Collegej B. M., Concordia
P. E. MICKELSON
SUPERVISOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
B. A., lvlorningside College.
G. E. WHITLOCK
B. A., Penn College.
OLGA SPITZER, R. N.
Trinity Hospital, Jamestown, N, D.
B. S., University of Minnesota.
F if rem
Row ifLefr ro Rzghrr Miss Will'
Row 2 Mrs. Carstcn
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ightman, A. F '
iss Rusch. M
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iss Ludwig, Mrs. Hclfcrty. Miss Ellison
ss Eilccncs, Miss johnson, Miss Vsfcst.
DAGMAR CARSTENS INA R. JOHNSON
B. A.. M. A., University of Minnesota. B. Al, Ykmkton College-
ARNOLD F. CECKA EMMA LUDWIG
B. S. E., University of North Dakota. B, S.. University of Minnesota,
DELLA CROTI-IERS MARJORIE RUSCH
ENGLISH B. A., Saint Maryfoffthe-Woods.
B. A., Vassar College.
ENGLISH B S., North Dakota State College.
B. A., Concordia College.
LLOYD L. WIGHTMAN
MARVEL ELLISON SpEECH
ENGLISH A. B., University of Illinois.
B. S., M. A., University of Minnesota.
- MABEL E. WILLIAMS
MARGARET I-IELFERTY ENGLISH
ENGLISH A, B., james Mill' '
B. A., Valley City State Teachers' College. Col '
ikin Universityg A, M.,
R. P. KRUEGER
B. A., Ripon College, University of Wisf
B. C. MAXEY H. M. ROBINSON
B. S., McKendree Collegeg M. S., University B. S.. M. S., North Dakota State College.
DI. ROBERT MCCUTCI-IEON CLINTON F. SCHONBERGER
B. A.. Minot State Teachers' College. iversity of North Dakota.
PAUL T. NERHUS
CHEMISTRY ALICE TIBERT RY
B. A , St. Olaf Collegeg M. S. University of BIOLOGY I
North Dakota. B. S., Nortli Dakota State College. I.. tx R
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ENDA HONORIA AKRE
A.. M. A., University of Minnesom.
MARY AMELlA FCJWLER
A. M., Universi
ty of Nortli Dnkoti
G. ll. HORLOCKER
University Ol'.SOLlIl1 Dalcnti.
C. A LOWER
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'lt-r. Miss Nnxvitzki. Mies
Akre, Miss Oker
3. A., University of
B. S.. M. A., University of Minnesom.
,l. P. SCHROEDER
B. Ed.. Illinois State Normal University.
lvl. A , University of North Dakota.
STELLA C. XNEAVER
B. A., Lawrence Collet'-
B. A., Vassar College.
B. A., University of North Dakota.
B. S., University of Minnesota
Mrs Crothe .
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Miss Gretzinger, Miss Ne
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S. E., Un
ship, Charles University, Eu
rs Miss Pollock.
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V U. .. D. Osman. hiiss Sch-ieltlahl, Ifr.lmisG,ilv1
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MARY ALICE BOYLE I.. D. CSMAN
B. S., North Dakota State College. I3. S., North Dakota State College
FRANCIS CALVIN IRENE E. SCHDIELDAHL
B, S.. University of North Dakota. B. A.. Mayville State Teachers' College.
HERBERT F. EARI-IART
B. S., Universit
y of Minnesotag Twin City
usiness Schoolg Minnesota School of
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B. S., Uni
H, R. BRIDGEFORD
FOOTBALL AND TRACK COACH
North Dakota State College.
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GRANT E. SIFRITT
hio Wesleyan University
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Home Arts Teachers
KATHRINE ROWLANDS CELESTE M. SOWKA
Home EcoNoM1cs HOME ECONOMICS
B. S., University of Wisconsiru. B. S,, North Dakota State College.
ROLLAND L. WHEDON
Minnea , l
po is School of Art.
Industrlal Arts Teachers
O. I. KASTET
Bradley Polytechnic Institute.
HENRY RICE RICHARD M. STILL
MECHANICAL DRAWING PRINTING
Bradley Polytechnic Institute.
Left IU RIgIII. Hrnry Rlcc, R. M. SIIII, O. Kasrct.
just as we have our joys and pleasures here at Fargo High, so also have we occasional
sorrows. The death of Mr. Ostby in the spring of 1958 is one of them. His work here
for twenty years as commercial teacher and school treasurer was well done and appreciatf
ed. Realizing his relation to school life and his importance in our memories, we give to
him this page as an mln lvlemoriamf'
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BARIIARA LACKER, Home Econormcs
Baslrtetlmllg Vrvlleylmllg Home Room Vice'
Pres.. Puhlitity Chatrmang Euthcntes Clulrg
Pep Cluhg Slstor mtl: l.t'.Igue.
CHARLOTTE MAE ALI.EN. Classical
S.P,Q.R.. Pres.. Home Room Pres.g Sistocratle
League, Service Committee.
HARRIET MALIDELYNH ALMQUIST, Literary
Baskethallg Cvnosure BIfXX'et'klv Typtstg Oper'
ett.I "Big Davu, Crrls' Glev Cluhg A Cappellag
AllfTalt'IIl Programg junior A Committee,
Senior Class VIeefPres.g Home Room Pres.,
VIeefPres., Tripolttan. Treas., Program Direef
tor, C.IlnIIet Mrrnlwerg Sistoeratic Lcagtie.
Senior Little Sister. Party Committeesg Christ'
mas Pageatitg Nat'l. Honor Sogiety.
DARROW R. BEATON, Literary
Intramural Basehallg B:Iskctl'r.Ill1 Horseshoeg
Spet'r.llH.Illg Volleyhallg Softlvallg PingfPongp
Battlelwallg Free Throwg lnterseholastic Foot-
lwallg Trask Sauatl, History Clulwg Home Room
THOMAS WARREN ANDERSON, Scientifc
lntr.tmur.Il Baselmllg Baskcllwzillg Footlmllg Hockf
cyg Horsrshoeg Trackg Battlelvallg Volleyhallg V -W
Bantlg junior A Banquet Committeeg Ho. X
Room Pres., Sec'y., Tripolttang Nat'l. Honor XR
Society: Science Clulwg Athletic Commission. A f
RALPH M, BERG, Literary 5, '
lntralnural Baselwallg Footlwtllg Battlclvallg Horne'
Room Pulvliclty Committee.
Baskctlvallg Tennis, Cynosure BI'Wt't'kly' Rt
porter. Business Statfg "The Show Off", junio
A lrwitatton Committeeg Cliss VIeefPres.g ' ,
Home Room Cynosurt' Annual C rllectorg Kent, l,
Scr"v.g Nat'l. Honor Society, Orpheusg Pep J
Clulwg Sistocratic Lvagueg Sportsmanship. lx.
MARGARET BLACK, Classical Q
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Stroxn Row 'Left to Right,
JOCELYN LOUISE BIRCH. Classical
Entered from Hollywood High School.
Senior AllfStar Baskethall Teamg l'IngfP-rngg
Tcnnisg Cynosure BifXVeekly Reporterg "New
Brooms", "You .Intl lug Girls' Gler Clulwg A
Cappellag junior A Invitation Committerg
Hostess at junior'SenIor Banquetg Class Treas.,
Home Room V1cefl'rt's.: Student Council, Sefy.
Treas.g Kent, VI:efPres.: Literary 5? Musie
Commission, N:It'l Honor Society. Decoration
Committeeg Pep Club, Vice'Pres.g Sistoeratie
League, Pres., VIeefPres.: Sportsmanship.
KATHRYN ELIZABETH BLOCK, Literary
Basketlvallg Pep Club: S.P.Q.R.g Sistocratie
League, Party Committee.
BETTY JEAN BRATTLAND, Literary
Cynosure BI-Weekly Reporter, lntcrscholastic,
Intramural Debate, junior A Committee, Home
Room Pres., See'y.g History Cluh, Vice-Pres.g
Literary E.-f Music Commission, Sec'y.g Nat'l.
Honor Society, Pep Clulvp Community Chest
Orzitorical Contest, Sistocratic League.
ELDA CORRINE BRUNZELL, Art
Baseball, All'Star Basketball Teamg PIng'Pongg
First Prius. "Love Sornfg Cynosure Bifvvleeklv
Reporterg "You .Intl lug 'Stop Thtclwg Girls'
Glue Clulw, Pres., A Cappella, VIee'Prcs,g junior
A Decoration Committeeg Home Room Presg
Girls' Athletic Clulvg Pep Clulwg Sistocratic
Leagueg Sportsmanship: Senior Class Pres.
CDHARLES H. CORWIN, Lrterary
Entered from Bismarck High Sfhool.
lnterscholastic, lntramural Baskrtlwallg Foothallg
Trackg Reserve Letterman, Class Prt's.g junior'
Senior Promg "Captain Apple jack."
jOHN P. CONLON Literary
Intramural Baselwallz Baskethallg Foutlmllg Battle-
LEO M. DAVIDSON, Literary
lntramural Baskethallg Intramural Debate.
THIRD Row Left to Right.
MARION LOUISE CORY, Art
Cynosure Bifwuekly Distribution Stalf, Report'
er, Girls' Cla: Cluhg A Cappellag Tnrolitan.
Sec'y., Program Chairmnng Nat'l. Honor Societyg
Pep Clulvg Red Cross, Ststocratlc League, Dress
EILEEN F. COSGRIEE, Home Economics
liasketlwallg Deek Tennisg PIng'Pongg Retl Cross
Rt'rrcseIIt.It1x't'3 Home RooIII Sec'y.g Pep Clulrg
EvELYN ROSEANNA DRAGER, Literary
Cagehallg junior A Cleanrup Committeeg Tripolf
Iran, Program Committeeg Home Room Puhlicity'
Chzurruan, Pep Clulwg Slstoeratic League.
LUCILLE DENIS, PrefSecretarial
Entered from Wiltl Rice Morin School, Wiltl
Rice, North Dakota.
DAVID B. ETRIN, Literary
lntramural Baseball, Basketlwallg Footlwallg Volley-
laallg Tennisg Track, Horseshoeg Battlehall,
lnterscholastic, Intramural Hockey, junior A
Banquet Committccg Home Room Pres., Scc'y,g
ADELINE RUTH EIDSMOE, Literary
History Clubg Pep Cluhg Sistocratic League.
HELEN ELIZABETH EGGUM, Literary
History Clulvg Pep Cluhg Sistocratic League.
Fxnsr Row-Left zo Right.
EVELYN VIOLET EDGAR
History Club, Sec'y.g Pep Cluhg Sistoeratie
HAZELLE I. FOSSUM
Orchestra: Operetta "Big Dayng Girls' Glee
Clubg A Cappellag Euthenics Club, Treas.
HARRIETTE IONE Fossum
Home Room Seciy.
SPENCER CAGE FOSTESON
Harlequing Rctl Crossg "You and lug "Show Oflqg
"Lend Me Your Earsug "Captain Appltjackf'
Baskethallg Deck Tennisg PIngfPnngg Volleyf
bitllg Cynnsure Blfkveekly Distribution Staff.
typistg S.P.Q.R., Sistocratic League, Service.
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LEONE INEZ GILIRERT
Cynosure BifW'eekly Reporterg "You and lug
"New Broomsug Juninr A Dance Committeeg
Senior Class Sec'y.g Phosteriang Sistocratic
Lcagueg Home Room Sec'y.g Pep Club Collector.
Srcoxzm Row-fLeft to Right.
DOROTHY MOUNT HALBEISEN
Senior Class Announcement Committceg Tripolf
itang Pep Clubg Retl Cross, ViccfPrcs.g Sisto'
cratic League, Sec'y.g Sportsmanship, Home
Room Pres.g Cynosure Annual, Bifwcckly'
' JOYCE O. HARRINGTON
Entered from Roosevelt High School, Minne-
Home Room VIcefPrcs.g Pep Clubg Rctl Cross
Representativeg Sistocratlc League.
DOROTHY ADELE HAZELDAI-IL
Firft Place, District Amateur Tvpmg Teamg
Tripolitang Pep Clubg Srstoeratic Leaqueg Cy-
nosure Bifwcekly Business. Distribution Stall.
WARREN D. HARRISON
Entered from Moorhead State Teachers' College,
FLOYD T. HENNEBRY
Intramural Footballg Reel Cross.
DOROTHY JANE HERERAND2-ION
Baseballg Basketballg Soccerg Vollcyhallg Cy'
nosure BifWeekly Business Statfg Home Room
Basketball Captaing Euthenics Club, Scc'y.g
Pep Clubg Sistocratic League.
THIRD ROw4Left to Right.
PETER S. HILLEBOE
lnterscholastic, Intramural Hockeyg Basket'
ballg Foothallg Golf, Horseshoeg Battleballg
Tennisg Baseballg Phosterian.
LESLIE E. HOLMES
Bovs' Glec Clubp Home Room Scc'y.g Red Crossg
Tripolitan, Pres., Court.
KATHRYN V. JACOBSON
Swimming, Baseballg Basketball: Deck Tenntsg
Hockeyg PingfPOngg Soccerg Tennisg Volley-
ball, Cageballg Home Room ViccfPres.g Euthenf
ies Clubg Pep Club.
lntramural Basketballg Footballg Horseshocg
Trackg Boys' Glee Clubg Class Pres.g Home
Room Pres., Sec'y., Publicity Chairman: Tripol'
itang Athletic Commissiong Student Councilg
Sportsmanshipg Athletic Scholarship Society.
DOROTHY LORRAINE JENSTAD
First Place. May Fcstwalg Cynosurc BI-Vkieckly
Headline Editor. Reporter, Distribution Statfg
Junior A Cleanfup Committee: Tripolitan,
Scc'y.g Home Room Collector, Publicity Chair'
mang Nat'l. Honor Societyg Pep Clubg Quill
and Serollg Sistocratic League.
MARGARET CORRINE JOHNSON
Cynosurc Bifvvleekly Business Staff.
MARGIE A. JOHNSON
Entered from Tower City High School, Tower
City, North Dakota.
Basehallg Baskethallg Tennisg Trackg Volley'
ballg Girls' Glee Club.
Frasr Row-Left zo Rzghr.
J. GORDON JOHNSON
Intramural Baskctballg Orchestra: Ramlg Hors'
Glcc Clubg Home Room Scciyxg Phosterran.
ISAHELLE JANE KALSOW
Orchcstrag Junior A Clcanfup Commrttcsg Homr-
Room Pres., Scc'y.g Pup Clulwg S.P.Q R4 Srsto'
lVlARJORlE -JEAN KEN
Tripolrtang Pup Clubg Sislotratirj Lcaguc.
HELEN OLlN'E LANGNESE
Cynosure BrfW'r:ckly Reporter, Circulation
Statfg Junior A lnvitation Committccg Junior
Class Scc'v.3 Homc Room Prcs.3 Tripolrtan.
ViccfPr:s.. Program Dircctorg Natl Honor
Soclctyg Literary Ea? Music Commissiong Sisto-
cratic Leaguf. Scholarship Committee.
LOUIE A. LARSON
lntramural Baskctliallg Horscshoc.
Doxrs JEANNEE LAW
brskvtlmllg P1ngfPongg Socccrg Tfmusg Batlniiu'
Long Cagcball: Swimming, Volleyball lvlanagsrg
Girls' Ulec Cluhg A Cappcllag Home Room
Vicc'Prcs.. Scc'y.g Euthcmcs Club, PrEs.g Girls'
Athlctni Club, Trcasg Pcp Clubg Slstocratig
Baskcthallg Cagehall: B.ir.l.nintong Cynosurc
Birweekly Circulation Managcrg ,luruor A
Decoration Commitrceg Senior Ring Committeeg
Hom: Room VicefPrcs.g Sistocratrc Lcariua.
Trcasg Kcntg Nar'l. Honor Socictyg Orpheus:
Pap Cluhg Quill and Scrollg Sportsmanship.
Sr4toNn Row- -Left ro Right.
MARY E. Mc REYNOLDS
Swimming: Brrseballg Baskctballg Deck Tcnrusl
Batlmintong Hockcvg P1ngfPongg Sou:-:rg Cagcf
hallg Tcnnrsg Vollcyballg Euthrmcs Clubg Girls'
Athlctic Clubg Pep Clubg Rnd Crossg Sistocralig
Lcagucg Home Room Pres.. V1ccfPrus.,Trras.g
PHYLLIS MARJORlE LUNDQUIST
Cyruosurc Bi'NVcrkly Rcportrr, Di5'r1l'ru!1on
Stallg lntramural Dcbateg Home Room 'l'rc.rs.g
Orphcusg Pep Clubg Sistocratic Lvaguc.
Lois JOYCE MIELKE
Home Room Scr:'y,, 'l'reas.g Sistocratrc Luaguc.
GOLDENE HELENE MCLEAN NORDB.-KCK
VERNON P. NYSTUL
Cxnosurs Bifwcckly' Printing Stalfg Red Cross.
Cwrosurc Biflvrckly Rcportcrg Girls' Clic Clulr-
A Cappellag Home Room Pres., St'c'y.g Truiol'
itan, Trcasg Orphuusg Pup Clubg Sistorratrq
H liI.IiN DO ROTHY OLSON
Tulum Row' -Left to Right.
ROBERT N. OLSON
lntramural Bascballg Baskcthallg Horscshoc
Shulllchoardg Battlchallg Tcnnisg PingfPOng
Volleyballg "You and lug Home Room View
Prcs.g Tripolrtan, Pres., Court, Cabinet Mem'
bcrg Red Cross.
WALTER L. PANNEBAKER
Intramural Baskctballg Swimmingg History Cluhg
Rctl Crossg Christmas Pageant.
VHRNA VIRGINIA PEARSON
P-rp Clubg Sistocratic League.
WiLMA PRlSCiLLA PEARSON
Home Room Vice-Prcs.g Pep Clulrg Srstocraric
Dwrsur W. PETERSON
Enter-.xl from Bismarck High School. Bismirclt.
Basclwallg Basketballg Socccrg Cynosurc Br-
Wcrzkly Tvplstg Pep Clubg Sistocratic Leaguc.
Not in Picture
JOHN WILLIAM LIVINGSTON
Not iri Picture
P:RsT Row--fLeft to Right,
ARCHIE M. PETERSON
Intramural Rasehallg Baskethallg Foothallg Horse'
shoeg Radio Club.
RAYMOND EUGENE RAAUM
Intramural Baschallg Basketliallg Horseshoe
Christmas Pageant: Radio Cluh.
MARY MARVEL PRQVAN
Hockcyg Soccerg Pep Cluhg Sistocratic League
MARGARET MABRX' SAUNDERS
Easkethallg Cagehallg PIng'Prungg "New Fircsug
Srutlent Director. "Lend Me Your Ears", Aluniwr
A Banquet Committee: Home Room Pres.,
Vice-Pres.g Senior A Ring. Class Dax' Corn'
mxtteesg K-:ntg Nat'l. Honor Socictyg Pep Clula.
Box-s' Glrt Clulv,
JACK W. SHOTWELL
Intramural Biscllallg Baskcthallg Volleyballg
Tcnnisg Reserve Foothill, Free Throw Tourna-
ment: Cynosure BI'Vv'eekly Home Room Collect'
org HYOLI and Ing "Lend Me Your Earsug uSLop
Thiefng Senior Class Treas,g junior A Deco'
ration Committecg Home Room VIcefPI'es..
Puhlicity Chairmang Kent: Literary E3 Music
Commission, ViccfPres.. Pres.: S.P.Q.R,
SLtoNn Rowe Left tn Right.
'IOsEPH H, SKDDJE
Intramural B,IskethIll1 Vollcyhallg Eree'Thruw
togirnamcntg Christmis Pagcantg Home Room
WARREN S. SMITH
Intramural Baschallg Basketballg Foothallg Hockey.
EDWARD ARNOLD SMITH
Intramural Baseballi Baskethallg Footballg Horse'
shoeg Shufilehoardg Volleyhallg Interscholastic
Trackg Home Room Sec'y.g Athletic Commis-
LORRAINE MARIE STAHL
Home Room VicefPres.g Euthenics Clubg Pep
Clubg Sistocratic League.
BERNARD E. STARRENIIERG
Reserve Basketball Squadg Intramural, Inter'
scholastic Golfg Horseshoeg Battleballg Speed'
ballg PingfPongg Softballg Freeffhrow Tourna-
mentg "Stop Thiefng Christmas Pageantg Har-
BEVERLY LUvERNE VANGERUD
Home Room Vice-Pres,g Tripolitang Sistocratic
ESTELLE HELEN WAGNER
AllfStar Basketball Teamg Deck Tcnnisg Bad-
mintong Cagehallg Mixed Chorus: Girls' Glen:
Cluhg Cynosure BifWeekly Feature Desk Editor,
Reporter, Columnistg Oprretta "Big Day"g
"You and Ing P, T. A. Pageantg Christmas
Pageantg Orehestrag Aceompanist for Boys'
Glee Cluhg Girls' Glee Cluhg A Cappella, Vice'
Pres.g Girls' Seirtctteg junior A Decoration
Committeeg Senior Announcement Committeeg
Home Room Pres., Basketball Captaing Orpheus,
Treas.g Pep Cluhg Phosteriang Quill and Scroll:
Sistocratic League, Service, Party Committees.
THIRD Row-Left to Right.
HAROLD P. WANRERG
Entered from A.C. High School, Fargo, North
HELEN LENORE WARNER
Baskcthallg Ping-Pongg Badmintong Home Room
Puhlicity Chairmang Senior A Class Day Com-
mitteeg Nat'l. Honor Societyg Pep Clubg Phos-
ttriang Sistocratic Leagucg Sportsmanship.
ILA HENRIETTA WEIDLING
Baskerhallg Tripolitang Pep Clubg Sistoeratic
ARTHUR F. WONDERLICH
Intramural Baseballg Baskethallg Horseshocg
Volleyhallg Battleballg Free-Throw Tournamentg
Junior A Decoration Committeeg Home Room
BRUCE A. WOOLERY
Intramural Basehallg Speedball.
:Inn R1 Sl
mx ll. Mrs. Cimrlxr-rs AW
In R1 Pu
. ., nxqu14z,ClllwvL,Brlmzvll,
. Nutz. Miss XYc.mvfr. F--rrhw, Hvlslcr Dv
Presxdent. . A
Secretary. , .
Adviser, A A
, .Leone Gilbert
. . Lloyd Fercho
Fllm RuwfLefl zu Rlglll.
HELEN S. AALGAARD
LUCILLE CORRINE ABIBOTT
C.ll.1l:ll.lllg Swlnlmlnqg Cylllssurc l3lfWcclxly
Typlstg Trlpullmllg Slstucraltlc Lmguc.
VIVIAN CQLADYS AKERS
PlngfPlungg Vfullcylmlllg Hlxlnlllltlullg Hlstorl'
Cllllvg Psp Clull.
BEATRLCE MLARIB ALLEN
Slstlvclxltlc Lmgucg Sl,Q.R,g Cylluslllx' Ulf
WL-ukly Hulllc Ruunl Cullcctlvr,
Lois A. ALLEN
SELDND Row-W Lcfl lo Rlghl.
RANDY E. .AMBERS 'l
JOHN EDWARD ACKER
Bllsulnlllg Home Rmunl Bllslccrlmll Sqlmdg llltral'
muml Hllql-uwg lmr.lmul':ll Swlmmlllgg Hulllq
DOROTHY LOUISE ALM
Tcllmsg Rnd Cmssg Pup Clulwg Slstrlcnlllc Lcllguc.
Partv Clllllrmzulg Sclcrlcc Clulw, Prlugnlm Cllglll'
m.lllg Humu Ruurll Prcs.. Vl-:cfPrcs.. Pulwllcltl
Frrc Thrllwg Mlly' Fl-sf
Arts. Gund Forks:
ALlcl2 A. A MES
l'l.lscl1.lIlg llllskcllmlllg DL-gk Tclllllsg Cllgulwlllg
Bsldnlllllullg Gllls' Athlctlc Clulwg Pvp Cllllwg
Sqlfllcc Cflullg Slstlwcnlrlc Langue.
HELEN M ANDERSEN
lllmlcrv. Vullsylmll, Slmqurg lllllllllllrlwllg Slslllf
KATHRYN ELIZAIXETH AMUNDSON
M.-x RION ANC3EI,lNE ANDEKNON
lhxl Cllllssg Slsrlwlllllc l.c.llgllc
HlLMA IVI.-XRCEILA ANIJRl:Pf55EN
fcvlluu flllllg blslwqlxlllk l.l'.lgllc, lflllx Ulm'
llllttcv: lN.ll'l, Hllllul' Sllqlvtv.
EMIL A. ANIJERQON
Glllfg CTylluslll'c Hl'vv'Cflxly' Pllllrlllu SLM.
ROBERT -I. ANDERSON
Illll'.llllur.ll Iilslicrlmlllg lmmnlllrlll Tclllllsg Frm'
Tllmwg Supurlllr lllltlllg. Vlvlcc Slulll. Dlstrlcr
Clvllrqsrg Sllp.-rl-ur Rulllg, Vuluq Suk.. Surf
Clllltwtg "New Flrssng "Lund Mc Your Ellrsug
"llrlllml'tg AllfT.llrllr Pmgmlllg Orcllusllnlg
lillldg lllws' Glue Club: A Ulpprllllz Bmysk
Qlmrlctg Upcrslm. Hilypsv Rlwcru: Orplx.-usp
Pllllsrvrlllllg Hlllwlwy Clulwg lhlllll Clulvg N.lL'l.
llllsulmllg llllrllmllllll B,lsliftll.lllg Fllllrlnlll, Fllwl
S.lu,lllg Hllrsvsllucg Swllllllllllg Axxxllxls: Frcs
Tllrlmg Plllg'Pllrm3 Hlsmry fflulwg Spf-rlslll.lllf
slllpg Hllmf Rlvllrll Vlcv'Pl'vs.g Rl-Ll Cfmss.
lillffffxl frulll Cfurllull Hlglx Sglllllll. Clvrllcll.
lilsl-l'l.lllg lhskctllllllg Art Edltlvr. Clsrllsll Hl'
Cltcrg Opvrvltll. "Sl1llllullllst Sucug UKL-lllllqlw
lI.llLlvll"g l'S.lxlLlg Glrls' Glas Clulwg Slsmqr,lLl.'
l.c.l-illvg X. Y. Z Cfllllx
CZORTLAN D A. ARNTSKUN
Fr.lSv,'lN.lll1 llltrlllllllml Fullzlxlllg Frm' Tlllwxxg
Holm' Rulunl Blskctlmllg lntr.lnlur.ll B.lskvtlw.lll1
Sclcllcc Clllll, Prugrqlm Cummltlccg Hlslcrtlmlll
TL-.lmg N.lt'l. Hrunllr Soclutv
JOYCE VICTORINE Ail,LUND
Elllvrcll Drum Wlllrlvll Hlgll Sulllllvl, XYlltlvll
IEOROTIIY JEANNE ASKEXX'
C'lllusLll'r lil-VCL-l-kll' Tvplst, Dlstllllllrll-ll Sufi,
Hlsruly Clullz Pup fflullg Slsrufratlc Lmlgllsg
Hume lillulll S-fl.
M.4RlE lvl' ARNESON
ll.lSrlulll: lllslxcllmlllg Dcclx Tclllllsg Cllgvlmll.
Fl-Jlll Hllqkfl 3 Plllg-PllllggSlvccl'l'1 Tslllllfy Tlilqlxg
lildnlllltullg Swlnlrlllngg Sultlmlllg Cyllllslllv lil'
Vvlxcklx' Ncws Edltlulg AllfT.llclll l'l'mgr,llll,
Glrls' Glue Cllllwg A C,lppl'll.lg Trlprvllmll, Clcrk.
icfl L Ulrls' Athlctlc Club, Svc'y.g Pcp fflllll.
blsllmnltlu l.c.lgusg 'xBlg1 l3.lv," 'kllvpsv Rlwcl "
N.ll'l Hullur Sllglvlv.
Fiiw' Row Lcfi t:vR1ght.
WAX'NE H. BAocsENsT0ss
Free Throw, Arlmmt-tl Tiirulwling, Ritrlwlebdllg
Cynosurc BifVr'eelcly Printing Stull.
CHARLOTTE LOUISE BAHE
Fmsketlmllg Gills' Sports F.il.g "Stop Thiet"'g
AllfT:-ilenr Progmmg Christmis P.ige.intg ,Iumoi
Clziss Sec'y.g ,lumor A Decoration Comniirrvr,
Sistocraitic l.e.igue. Service Committee Chair'
m.ing S.P.Q.R., Home Room Pres, VicefPre5,
Publicity Chairman, N.it'l. Honor Societv.
GLORIA JEANNE BARREE
Entered from Cleveland High School. Si, Louis,
li.isebiillg l3.isl-rerb.ill, Pii1gfP-:img "Sump Thictug
uC.ipt.i1n Appleincliug A C.ippell.ig Girls' Clev
Clubg "Rig D.w"g "Gypsy Rox'er"1 Hiirletluing
Orpheus, Pep Club, Pres., Sistocmtic League.
ELLEN ANN BERG
l'r.iseb.illg Risketlmllg Pingfljongg History Club,
Pep Club, Sistocrimc Leagiie.
HARVEY E. BERGREN
Foteretl from Roosevelt High School, Ivliiioef
Cvnosure Bifvw'-:ekly Reporter, "l.eotl Me Your
E,irs"g "RelunJi', L'Thr Gvpsy Rox'er"g Rovs
Clee Club, A Cappella, Harlctliling Reel Cross.
MAXINE LAVERNE BERGREN
May Festiml, AllfT.ilent Progmmg Girls' Gln
Club, Pep Club, Sisiocmtic l.v.o,gueg S,P.Q,R.g
Home Ronin Sec'y,
HAZEL R. BE RN A Rm
Sn-two Row f-Left ro Riglzi.
MAR1.ANNE PATRICIA BJQRRLUND
lixsclnill, l3.islietb.illg Deck Tcnmsg Swiimnmg,
Ciigebiillg Hockey, l'1i1gfPong1g Soccer: Teimisg
Volleyball, Bzitlmmrong Ethtorf1nfChiel', Cvnos-
sure Amiimlg Cynosme B1'Vv'eelcly Reporter.
He.nll1ne Etlitorg Orchestmg Girls' Glee Club,
A Ciippelhg "Big D.iv"g l'The Gypsy Rovei"',
Kem, N.it'l. Honor Soeiety. Vi-:e'Pres.3 Orpheus.
Treiis., Sportsnmiiship, Quill .intl Scroll, Pres.,
Si-:tocraitic Le.u.iue, Chiiirmm, Scholnrship, Pub'
liciry Cornimrreesg Board of Publications, Home
Room Publicitx M.m.igcr, Sefx, VicefFrcs.,
Senior A Ring Commitirc,
VIQHN E. Broom
Cynosure BifN.X'eelqlx Printing Smtl.
WILLl.AM ROBERT BoGRNRiEE l Q
lmerschohstic Football Stiimtl, Team, lritriininiml
Hockey, lntrximiiml Horseshoe: lntr.emur.rl
Barrlebiillg lntr.imL1r4ilSpcetlb.illg TraickgC3'nosure
BrfVv'eekly Reporter. Feature Vhiter, AllfT.ilcni
Program, Orchestra, Rand, Service Orchestra:
Hobby Cliibg Phosteriiing Home Room Basket'
bull, 5ec'y.g N:it'l. Athletic Scholarship Society.
VERNA DOI.0RES EsTHER Bum
Bnsketballg Badminton, AllfT.ileot Progmmsg
Girls' Glec Club, A Cqippt-lla, Pep Club: Srsto-
craric League, Senior Little Sister Commiriveg
"Big Day," A'Gypsy Rover."
Tripolimng Sisu wcrziuc Lmgue.
?-V , -5
ERNEST F, BORUSKLE, JR. .loiiN BRUNSRILL
Scientijc PTC'VKJCdI1OHUl x
ll.xslRerlull. Stlimtlg Rrenstsrrolre Seimmiop lnim,
Aw.mlg Athletic Commission, N.ir'l. Honor
lmraimuml l3.iseb.ill, Gollrg Hockey: lwloxseshoeg
Tmaiw Row Left io Right.
RUTH IRENE BRANT
Swimming, lvhsomc Oraitoriciil Contest, Third
Place, Cynosure Annual Feature Etlitorg Cyno-
siire B1-Weekly News :mel Feature Reporter,
lmerscholastic, lntraimuml Debate, All-Talent
Progrumg Christmas Pageant, Girls' Glee Club,
Sec'y., A Cappella, Pres.g "Big Diiyng "Gypsy
Rovcrvg junior A Committee, Literary E?
Miisic Commission, Sv:c'y,g Natl Honor Society,
Pep Clubg Sportsmanship, Phosterizing Quill and
Scroll, Red Cross Ilelegirre. Nail. Convention,
Sain Francisco, Sistocratic League, Pres., Vice-
Pres., Scholarship Chairman.
MARY ELEANOR BROWN
Reel Crossp Pep Club.
lntr.imur.il Football, Track, Home Room Pres.
RICHARD M. BROVVN
l3.iseb.ill, Home Room Bqsketlmllg Golf, Hockcyg
Horseshoe, Rzittleballg Free Throwg Sportsman'
ship. Trois., Home Room, S-:c'y.
lntr.imur.il Bzisebfillg Football, Horseshoe, Ping'
Pong, Raittleballg Whirhirllg Free Throw, Volley-
lmllg Trrpoliramg Science Club, Home Room,
Eviteretl from Mcssmer High School, lvlilxmiikee,
lntrzimllml Baseball, Basketball. Hoclicyg Free
Throwg PingfPongg Volleybullg Biittlelmllg
Cheer Lemderg Softball, Tmekg Dehiircg Home
Ln.LiAN MAE BULLOCK
B.iseb.ill: Soccer: Harlequing Pep Club, Red
Cross, Sisrocmtic League.
FIRST Row Lefr Io Right.
RICHA RD BURT
Horscshocg Ping-Pong, Vollcylvallg Battlclwallg
Snccdhallg Swimmingg Tennis: Frou Throw-g
History Clulwg Homc Room VIccfPrcs.
ADELE MAxIIS BUTTS
Basclwallg Socccrg Pup Clulwg Sistocratic Lcauuc.
B.IskctlmIllg PingfPoIIg, Cynosurc BIfVv'cclcly
Advertising Manager. Advertising Staifg A'Annc
of Green Cahlcsug German Christmas Pagcantg
Band, BOYS' Glue Club, A Cappcllzig junior A
Committccg Literary if Mlisic Commissiong
Phostcrian, Prcs.g Quill and Scroll, VlCC'PYC5.1
"Sauce for the Goslingsug Homc Room Collector:
Cynosurc BI-Weekly Distribution Staff,
LQLADYS MERLE CIIRISTENSEN
CTVRANT W. CHRISTIANSON
lntrainiural Basclwallg Spcctllnall.
' ,I KEITH CHRISTENSEN
X I 1 ' f,'Scie L '
lf l!!!irtA'amural9 gifglzttyliv lump Vollcylwall,
I l attlcirillg pitdbci 3 .P.Q.R.g Home Room
J - ref. I
' 6 j DOROTHY ELIZABETH CLAPP
' J' Literary
Basltvtlwallg Hocltcyg PingfPongg Socccrg Tcnms,
Badmintong Cynosurc Annual Business lvianagcrg
BEULAH BERNICE BUTTS
Cvnosurc BIfXVcckly Rcporrcrg Pr-p Clulwg
NANCY MAX' CARNINE
Baskctlwallg Dock Tennis: PingfPong, Tennis:
lvfay Fcstival. Sccontl Placcg Cynosurc Annual
Art Edimrg Orchcstrag Pop Club.
BERTRAND BYERS f A Sic-own Row-Lfff IO Right.
I In Jflguiffflffll AWS . If V WALLACE A. CHASE
lllfrlmllfii JS. LL :ll , CUUIS. A!!
I Entcrccl from du Pont Manual Trainimg H. S.,
LORENE MAE CA DOR I
ng Pong, Voll yl'IIll, y
Spanking. Sv: nd Place, Cyn surf
lifter astic, Intramural
So ' yg Pep Club, S.P.f
Sistocratit. Lcaguci Chairman Pulwlicitv
Service Orclxcstrag junior A Decoration Com-
mirrccg Kent. Scc'y.g Orphcusg Pep Cluhg Sistof
Qratic League, Sportsmanship.
ALICE L. CLEMENTS
SI stocra tic League.
THIRD Row ffLeft to Right.
Iniramural Baskctlwallg Rctl Cross.
-I ACK P. CRONIN
lntramural Bzxskctlvallg Rcscrvc Footlwallg Rcs-:rw
Baslcrtballg Golfg Horscslxocg Swimming Awardsg
Literary l N
PI f ' '-'I 'al.
Bascballg Home Room Baskcrlmllg Horscshocg
PiIIgfPongg Tcnnisg Frcc Throw, Bantl.
Basrl'v.Illg lIItranIIIral Horscshosg Spcctllwillg
lIItram.Iral Baskctball, Captain: Home Room
ROHERT E. DEOTTE
lntrainural Rasltctlwallg Footlwallg Swimming
MARY JEAN DIETZ
Bascliallg Basl-tctlwallg PingfPongg Tcnnisg Bad'
mlntong Cynosurv: BI-Vvlcckly Business Statfg
Home Room Publicity Chairmang ,lunior A
Decoration Committccg Pup Clulvg Phostcriang
Entcrcd from lvlinot High School, lviinot.
PIWPOHI1- North Iv.IIaa.I,
lntcrscholzxstic Footlwallg Intramural Coliig lntcr'
HAROLD CROSBY scholastic Tracltg Bandg Orchcstra.
Homc Room Baskctballg PIng'Pongg Cynosurc ALDY-1-H L. CHIL5-I-ED
Bifwuckly Distribution Staffg "Captain Apple' Q J N P- t
Iackng Boys' Clcc Clulwg A Cappellag HO C 45,-V " 0 lc ure'
Room Tygtg, M Aw mxih 4 1 Prefsecretarlal
. Q YA, L, , K. 1 1 J f A
' . ' A3 '4 ' "
ffm " ,n
. "yn i
Fumsr Row Lejr ru Ruglu.
.ANABELLE JANE l30NOV.-KN
Cynosure llxflxeekly Reporter, All'Talent Prof
gram, Chrrstmas Pageant, Orchestra, l'res.g
String Quartet, Literary if Music CommIs'
sion, Orpheus, Presg Pep Cluhg Phosteriang
Sporrsmanshxp, Vree-Pres., Srstoeraric League,
Chairman ol' Music Committee, Home llooin
Seclv., VIee'Pres.g Nat'l. Honor SocIetV.
FANNIE HELEN DYGVE
Basketlwall, Deck Tenms, Cagelvallg Hockey,
PIngfPnng, Soccer, Tennlsg Volleylvallg Bad'
mInton1Cynosure Bvvsleekly Reporter, Cvnosure
BIfNVeekly llusmess Stall, "Clarence", Pep Clulwg
Screnee Clula, Presg Srstoeraue League, Treas..
Chairman ot Fnendlv, Partv Comnutteesg Sports'
rnarIshIp. See'y.g Home lioorn VIee'Pres.. Seely.,
Nar'l unor Socxetv.
llasketlvallg Cagehallg Plng-Pongg Vollevlvallg
liadnuntong Swlmmingg Pep Cluhg laterarv if
MIISIC Commission, Red Cross, Vice-Pres.:
Home Room Vii:e'Pres., Slsroeraue League.
LAURA E. EGGH
Entered from A. C. High School, Fargo, North
"Angel Aware", Band, Urrls' Glee Clulwg Pep
Clulwg French Clulwg Amazon Clulw
LEO JAMES ELsEN
B. ELEANOR ERDAIIL
llaslo'tlwall, History Clulw, Pep Clulvg Sisroeratie
JANET M FALIS1'
Vlk, ,t,. 3 K, ry I ,.
Basketlmll: Cagelwall. Soeeerg Hrstorv
Sistoerarie League, Home Room PIIlwlieItv Chau'
PA1-RIeIA ANN ERIcsoN
Pep Cluhg Junior A lnvitarion Comrnittee
Baseball. Cvnosure BIfW'eeklv Reporter, All'
Talent Program: Chnstmas Pageant: MBI!
Day4'g Urchestrag Hand, CIrls' Glee Clulwg A
Cappella, Orpheus: Rell Cross: Srsroerarle
League, Musie Committee Charrrnang S.l'.Q R.,
Nat'l. Honor Soeietv.
MAI RITA FINAN
Entered from St James Aeulemy. Grand Forks
Basketlwallg "Clarence", Pep Clulwg Sistoeraue
League, Serviee Cornnuttee, Girls' Clee Clulw
Sophomore Class Treas.
LLOYD E. FERCHO, Literary
Baselwall, Basketball, Capt.ung Reserve Basket
lvall, Horsehoe, Charnpxong Free Throw, Champ'
Ion, Vollevlwallg lntrarnural Footlwallg Senror
A Class See'y., Sportsmanship, Home Room
PulwlIeIty Chalrmang JIInIor A Cornrrnrteeg Nar'l.
Athletic Scholarship Society.
Tuu-uw Row Lefz rn Rrghz.
lnrrarnural Basketlwallg Football Squadg Hockev.
VIRGINIA MAE FINSANIJ
llaskerlvallg Cagehallg Hoekeyg Soeeer, Cynosure
l3IfVJt-ekly Business Staff, All'Talent Programg
"Anne ot' Green Cables", "Big Day", i'Cvpsv
Rover", Gxrls' Clee Cluh, A Cappella: Srsto'
crane League. Dress Committee Chairman.
S.P.Q.R.g Home Room Pres., Nar'l Honor
Cynosure l3fXYeeklx' EdItorfInfChIeI', Reporter.
Circulation Statig Boys' Clee Clulwg Qulll and
Serollg Trinolxtan, Pres.. Treas., Board ol' Pulw'
lIcatIons, See'y., Sportsmanslupg Natl Honor
WILLIAM A. FOWI.RR
lntraInIIral Hoekeyg lnterseholastte Traek, Cy-
Rurn C. ENGEL
Entered from Hillsboro HIgh School, HIllshoro,
Haselwallg Volleyhallg CIrls' Ulee Clulwg Siste-
SEeoNn Row Lefz Io Rrglu.
HENRY H. EWY, JR.
Baseluallg Speedhall, Track, Battlelvallg Vollev'
hall, PIng'Fongg Band, Hohhy Clulw, Science
Clulv, Red Cross, Home Room Sec'y., Collector.
CIHARLOTTE P. ENCEBRETSON
Bnsketlwallg len Clulwg Srstoeratie League.
nosure BIfWt'I-kly' Distrxlvution Stall, Bovs'
Clee Cluhg Phosrerian.
LEEORGE A. FOWLER
llaskethallg Speedlvallg Free Throw, llattlelvallg
Cvnosure Bi'Weekly' Distribution Stall, Collect'
Entered lrorn M S,T.C, Tralning School, Moor-
M.Iy' Festival, Dance, Second Place, AllfTalent
Program, "Big Dayu, "Gypsy Rover", CIrls'
Clee Clulsg A Cappella, S.P.Q.R.: Red Cross
Delegate. Grand Forks.
PHYLLIS ADAIR FORTIN
Enrered from M,S.T.C. Training Sehool, Moor-
Allffalent Program, French Cluhg Latin Clulv,
"Bus 0' Blarney,"
Entered from Jamestown High School, James'
town, North Dakota.
Baskerhzrlli Volleylxallg Girlsi Clee Clulw.
lfmsr Row--Left zo Right.
WILFRED A. FREDRICKSON
Softball, Basketball. Squad, Team, Footba
Squad, Team, Reserve Basketball, Golf, Track,
Free Throw, Sophomore Class Pres., Sport
HAROLD A. FRIEsE
Intramural Baseball, Basketball, HL s ,
Battleball, PIngfPong, Speedball, 't la ,
lndustrlal Arts, Grand Forks.
KENNETH FRISHM N
Battleball, Puig-Pong, S.P.Q.B.
manship, Phosterian, Nat'l. Athletic Scholar
BETTY LEE FRANILQSKY
Baseball, Basketball, Cagehall, Ping-Pong, Soccer,
Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton, Cynosure Bi'
Weekly Business Staff, Reporter, Girls' Athletic
Club, Pep Club, Phosterian, Sistocratic League,
Service Committee, Home Room, Pres.
HIRAM G. FULLER, Literary
lntramural Baseball, lnterscholastic Football
Squad, lntramural, lnterscholastic Hockey,
Volleyball, Battlehall, Intramural, lnterscholas'
tic Tennis, Ping'Pong, First Place, State Tennis
Doubles, Cynosure Annual Collector, Cynosure
Bifweekly Collector, uValiant", "Captain
Appleyacku, Boys' Glee Club, Operetta, Sophf
omore Class Pres., Kent, Nat'l, Honor Society,
Sportsmanship, Nat'l. Athletic Scholarship,
junior Decoration Committee, Home Room Pres.
Entered from Sacred Heart Academy, Fargo,
Basketball, Deck Tennis, Ping-Pong, Soccer,
Tennis, Badminton, Cynosure Annual Organiz'
ation Editor, Cynosure BifWeekly Headline
Editor Assoc., Exchange Editor, Reporter, Busi-
ness Statf, Sportsmanship, Literary E-Y Music
Commission, Nat'l. Honor Society, Pep Club,
Quill and Scroll, Treas,, junior A Dance Com'
mittee, Sistocratic League. VicefPres., Sec'y,,
Service Committee, Chairman, S.P.Q,R., Council,
Home Room Pres., Sec'y., Student Council, Pres.
Cynosure Bifweekly' Typist, Sophomore C
Viee'Pres., Red Cross, Sec'y., Pep Club, S of'
cratic League. X4
ROLLO C. GAREERG
Reserve Football, Intramural. lnterscholastic
Hockey, Batrleball, Second Place, Back Crawl,
Free Throw, "Refund", "Stop Thief", "Cap'
tain Appleiacku, Home Room Pres., Kent. xg
FLORENCE LUCILLE GIESE
May Festival, History Club, Sistocratic Leagu
Intramural Baseball, Basketball.
HELEN LJUCILLE GRANT '
Entered from A. C. High School, Fargo, North
Sportsmanship, Student Council, Amazon Clu ,
Exchange Editor and Business Nlanager, "Pre
mseoaii, o..s.Iei.-ai., t...ge....i., ....c..exy....g' ......e....., ....s..e......., cyocce., ...s...., .......,
Room Pep Club. I f
Pong, Soccer, Volleyball, Pep Club, Hom
Colt, Hockey, Tennis, Home Room, Pres.
Publicity Chairman, Phosterian.
THIRD Row --ff Left io Right.
EMMANUEL GORDON GUTSCHE
Entered from Bismarck High School, Bismarck
Cyn rsure BI'XVeekly Reporter, Printing Statf. Pho'
tographer, Boys' Glee Club, Radio Club.
Cynnsure BI-Weekly Printing Staff, Home Room
MELVYN RICHARD GREUEL
Cynosure BifXVeekly Printing Staff,
RICHARD GEORGE HALL
Intramural Basketball, Golf, Battleball, Volley-
ball, Sneedball, lnterscholastic Track, junior A
Class Treas., Cynosure Bvweekly Printing Statf,
Home Room Sec'y.
MARY Lou HAAs
Basketball, History Club, Sistocratic League,
Finsr Row Left to Right.
Trackg All-Talent Programsg Boys' Glee Glulw-
A Gappellag "Gypsy Roverng Phosterian.
PAUL S. HANNA
Interscholastie Foothallg Intrarnural Dehateg
"Reluntl"g x'Stop Thiefug "Julius Geasarug
AllfT.Ilent Programg S.P.Q.R. Consulg Home
Room Pres., VIeefPres., Sec'y.
AVIS LoRRAINE ELIZABETH HANsoN
Sistocratic League. Friendly Goinmitteez Trip'
ARNOLD HALVORSON 6 JACK HEISLER, Literary
Hockey: Tennisg Home Room Pres. ,
ROBERT H. HE
Enteretl from Mi'Gluslty High c , 'fa
Gluslry. North Dakota.
Home Room Baskethallg Golfg Horseshoe 5
Free Throwg PIngfPongg All1'I'alent gr.Im1
Orchestrag Band, Vice-Pres.g Junior A Decoration
Cornmitteeg A"I'he Orchid Limosineug "Campus
LILY MAX' HEATON
llasehallg Ilaskethallg Gagelwallg Vollevliallg
lurramuriil Basehallg Interscholastic Foothallg
Intramural Golf, Interscholastic Hoclteyg Horse'
shoeg Speedhallg Intramural Tennisg Intramural
s olastic, Intramural Dehateg "You and l"g
'Talent Programg Boys' Glee Cluh, Pres.g
vs' Octctte: A Caippellag Boys' Quartetteg
Mixed Quartetteg Senior Class Sec'y.g Kent
Pres.: Literary E? Music Commission, Quill and
Scrollg Sportsmanshipg "Gypsy Royerug Student
Councilg NHKII. Honor Society.
x ckg Cynosure BifWeekly Art Editorg Inter-
SIeoNIx Row ---Left to Right.
VIRGINIA HELEN HANSON
Basketball: Deck Tennisg Cagehallg Hoekcyg
PIng'Pongg Soceerg Volleyhallg Badmintong
Tripolitang Sistocratic League. Dress Committee.
ELSIE CANIILLA HEIBERG
Baskethallg Deck Tennisg Gagehiillg PIngfPongg
Soecerg Tennis, Badmintong Girls' Solo, Low
Voice. Grand Forksg All-Talent Programg "Big
Dayng "Gypsy Roverug Orpheusg Phosteriang
Sisrocratxc Leagueg Nat'l. Honor Society.
FLORENCE E. HEKTNER
Baskerhallg Caqehallg Pingfljongg Soccerg Bail-
mintong Reel Gross.
Basehallg Baskcthallg Deck Tennisg Cagelmillg
PIngfPongg Soecerg Badminton: Gyoosure BI'
Weekly Reporrerg Harlequing Pep Gluhg Sisrof
RALPH A. HENNEERY
Basehallg Intramural Foorhallg Battlelmll.
EUGENE DUAND HEXUM
Intramural Haskethallg Interscholastic Hockeyg
Intramural Battlehallg Nar'l. Athletic Scholar'
MARIE M. HENNING
B.Isketlw.Illg Caigehallg Pep Gluhg Histoiy Clulvg
Tmao Row-'Left m Right.
PEARL JUNE HERMAN
Basehallg Baskethallg Cagehallg Badmintong
Tripolitang Pep Cluhg Sistocratic Leagueg Home
ROBERT JAMES HILBlR.I I
A B Literaryt " SV'-jx I
Intra up . 'hallg Baslchiu lg Intramurx,
Int s Kwl.Isfic.?oothIillg Inrfd ' ral, Intehth sN
ILC 4 keyglnterscholastic' jckgllheet Lcat .
, t PHYILIS LE I ,
.V Literary ' '
Sistocratie League. K
JEAN CATHERINE HOEFT
Basketball. Gaptzung Hockey, Smcerg Tennis,
Tracltg Volleyhallg Cynosure Bifweeltly' Re-
porter, Business Staff, Distribution Statig Junior
Class. VieefPres.g Junior A Decoration Com'
mitteeg Kentg Pep Cluhg Sistocratic League,
Dress, Scholrrship Commirtcesg Sportsmanship
Gluhg Home Room Vice'Prcs.p Nat'l. Honor
DON HOAG, Literary
Entered from M. S. T. G. High School, Moorhead,
Declamationg Inrerseholastic. Intramural Debate'
"Clarenceg" "WhImsy"g Kent, N.It'l. Ho r
AMELIA JOANNA HOEGER, Literary
Basketlvallg Gagelwallg Hoekeyg PIng'Pongg Soccerg
Gynosure BI'Weekly', Business Staffg Tripolitan,
Trcas.g Sistocratic League. Service Committecg
Home Room Vice-Pres.g Nat'l. Honor Society.
RUSSELL GERALD HOUROM, Literary
lnterscholastic Basketball, Squad, Teamg Inter'
scholastic Football, Squadg Intramural Hockeyg
Tennis, Trackg Boys' Glce Club: Band, Sec'y.,
Treasg Phosteriang Service Orchestra-I1 Sports'
manshipg S. P. R.g Home Room Secly.. Vice'
Pres.g Tracltg Nat'l. Athletic Scholarship Society.
Lois JEAN HENDERSON, Home Economics
Entered from Newman Grove High School,
Newman Grove, Nclwraska.
Sistocratic Lcagueg Girls Reserveg G. A. A.g
Fmsr Rowf--Left to Right.
LAVON KATHLEEN HUGELEN
Basketball: Cageball: Badminton: Sophomore
Class Seciy.: Junior Class Vice'Pres.1 Pep Club:
Basketball: Cageball: Pep Club: Sistocratic
League: Phosterian: Red Cross. Delegate to
Grand Forks: Home Room Pres.
FRANK E. HULL
lntramural Baseball: Golf: Battleball: Tennis:
Cynosure BifXVeekly Feature Editor, Reporter,
Boys' Clee Club: Kent: Quill and Scroll, Sec'y.:
Home Room Publicity Chairman, Sec'y.
VERNE ALLEY HOOK
Baseball: Horseshoe: Speedball: Track: Second
Prize, Pictures In BIfWeekly', Grand Forks:
Cynosure Bifweekly' Photograph Editor: Band:
Junior A Decoration Committee: Red Cross
HARRIET E. HOLMAN
Basketball: Tripolitang Pep Club: Red Cross:
Sistocratic League, Service, Membership Com-
mittees: Home Room Sec'y.
lntramural Track: AllfTalent Program: Ur-
chestra: Band: Tripolitan: Orpheus: Trombone
Trio: Brass Quartet: Tripolitan: Home Room
Collector: Orpheus: Orchestra, Treas.: Band,
ROY LANDON HUMPHRBYS, JR.
lntramural Football: Tennis: Home Room Pub'
lrcity Chairman:Tripolitan: Nat'l. Honor Society.
SEcoND Row Left to Righr.
Home Room Collector: AllfTalent Program:
Urchestra: Band: Red Cross
lntramural Basketball: Hockey: Cynosure BI'
Vifeekly Business Stall: lntramural Debate: "Stop
Thiefn: "Captain Appleiacku: Tripolitan.
JOHN F. IRWIN
Entered from Riverside Broolcheltl High School,
lntramural Debate: Band: Camera Club: lnter-
scholastic Debate: Advertising Club: Orchestra:
Entered from Hope High School. Hope, North
Sistocratic League: Baseball: Basketball: Girls'
WILLIAM LEWIS INGALLS
Home Room Vice'Pres.: Golf: lntramural Hockey:
Battleball: Cheer Leader: Kent.
ODD THOMAS JACOBSON
Baseball: lnterscholastic Basketball: lnterscholasf
tic Football: Reserve Basketball: Horseshoe:
Shulllchoard: Volleyball: Battleball: Tennis:
Track: Free Throw: PIng'Pong: Cynosure BI'
Nkleekly, Sports Reporter: "The Show Offug
Boys' Glee Club: A Cappella: Home Room Pres..
VlC8'PKCS., Sec'y.:Sportsmanship Club: Junior A
Decoration Committee: Kent VIce'Pres: Nat'l.
Atliletrc Scholarship Society.
BEVERLY MAE JOHNSON
Home Economics ,,
Home Room Basketball: Cageball: Pingfl '
Pep Club: Sistocratic League.
THIRD Row Left to Right.
Baseball: Basketball: Harlequin: Natl Honor
Society: Sistocratic League.
MARGARET JOHANNAH E. JOHNSON
Cirls' Clee Club: A Cappella: Pep Club: SP:
Q.R.: i'The Big Day."
lntramural Hockey: Tennis: District Contest,
Brass Instrument Solo, First Place: State Con'
test, Grand Forks, First Place: "Stop Tluef":
AllfTalent Program: Orchestra: Boys' Glee Club:
Brass Quartet: Trombone Trio: Band: A Cap-
pella: Home Room SCCNYYI .lunior A Banquet
Committee: Literarv rbi Music Commission:
Phosterian: Cynosure BIfXX'eekly Business Stall.
DORIS ELAINE JOHNSON
Entered from Valley City High School. Valley
City, North Dakota.
themes Club: Pep Club: Sistocratic Leagi '
Home Room Pres.
MYRTLE V. JOHNSON
History Club: Pep Club: Sistocratic League.
Basketball: Cageball: Soccer: Volleyball: El-
Basketball: Cageball: PinefPone3 Soccer: Trac"
Volleyball: Badminton: May Festival, Pictoria
Map Contest, First Place: Poster Contest, First
Place: Cynosure Birweeklyi Desk Editor, News.
Feature Reporter: All-Talent Program: 'Tivpsv
Roverug Girls' Glee Club: A Cappell.I: Phos'
terian: Sportsmanship: Quill and Scroll: Sistof
cratic League. Scholarship Committee: Home
Room Pres.: Nat'l. Honor Society.
JOHN PAUL JONES, Lrterary
lntramural Baseball: Basketball: lnterscholasti'
Football Captain: Hockey: Horseshoe: Shutllef
board: Speedball: Track: Hobby Club: Home
FIRST Row- Lcji Io Rxghz.
KENNETII PAUL JONES
Intramural Baseball, Foothall, May Festival.
Poster Contest. First Place, Cynosure BI-Weekly'
Business Staff, "New Broomsu, "Lend Me Your
Ears", "Captain Appleyackdg All-Talent Pro'
gram, Christmas Pageant, "Gypsy Rover",
Service Orchestra, Boys' Quartet, Mixed Quarf
ter, Boys' Glee Cluh, Pres.. VIcefPres., A
Cappella, Pres., VicefPres., junior A Decor-
ation Committee, Kent: Literary E! MIIsIc
Commission, Student Council, Home Room
Pres.. VIcefPres., Sportsmanship. Pres., Senior
EDNA MAE KAFER Cy:
Tripolitan Cahineti History Cluh. L
SIn'oNn Row Left ti: Riglil.
ELIZABETH NANCY KIEPER
Baskethall, Deck Tennis, Cagehallg I,IIlL1'PUI1gQ
Tennis, Track, Badminton, Pep Clulwg Sisto-
SHIRLEY MAE KUHN
Baschallg Basketball, Cagelwall, Ping-Pong,
TcnnIs, Badminton, Pep Cluhg SIstocratIc League.
DELORES EILEEN LANIONT
Pep Cluhg Sistocratic League.
MARX' JANE LANGLIE
Baseball, Baskethall, PIngfPong, Tennis, Rad'
minton, Cynosure BIfWeekIy'. Reporter, Dis'
trihution Stall, "The Late Christopher Bean",
Sophomore Class Seciy., Harlequin, Pep Cluh,
Sistocratic League, Sportsmanship, Home Room
Pres., Seciv., Senior Ring Committee.
ROBERT E. LAND
Intramural Ilasketlwall, Foothall, Hockey, Track,
Home Room VIeefPres.. Treas.
.IUNE ELAINE KOSTA, Luterary
Entered from Carson High School, Carson. North
Baseball, Tennis, Declamation. First Place:
Intramural Debate, "The Late Christopher
Bean", AII'TaIent Program, Girls' Glee Cluhp
A Cappella, Harlequmi Sistocratic League, Home
Room Pres., Nat'I. Honor Society.
FRED KEGEL, Commerce
Intramural. Iiiterscholastic Hockey, Ratrlehallg
Home Room Baskethall, "Captain Applevizicku,
Home Room VIcefPrI's., Red Cross.
MARY ELIZABETH KESSLER
'uperior Music Award, Piuno Duet, Cynosure
lS.fWcekIy' Reporter, AIIfTaIent Program,
"Big Day", "The Gypsy Rover", Girls' Scxtet,
Mixed Quartet: Nat'I. Honor SUCICIYQ Orpheus.
IRENE LOIRE LANGSETH '
Entered from NVIILI Rice High School, Vvlild Rice,
Essay Contest. First Place, History Cluh, Pep
Cluh, Sistocratic League.
ALICE I. LARSON
Litergry , L 7
Cynosure Iiifvvleekly Repgrtasgkfglxfltliiii Apple'
lack", "Lend M' Ypur E. sh, Sistocratic League,
S.P.Q Announcement Committee,
Nat'I. HJ Ir Society.
THIRII Row Left to Rxghi.
DORIS MARGARET LARSON
Intramural Dchate, All-Talent Program, "Big
Day", Orchestra, A Cappella, Girls' Glce Cluh,
Orpheus, Pep Cluhg Sistocratic League, S.P.'
QR., Home Room Vice'Pres., Sec'y.
HELEN BERNICE LA RSON
Basketball, Deck Tennis, Cagehall, Badminton,
Cynosure Bifvvleekly, Circulatron Staff, All'
Sec'Y., Pep Clulwg Sistocratic League, S. P. Q. R.,
Home Room Pres., Service Orchestra, Orchestra.
KATHERINE ANNE KENNEDY
Baseball Captain, Baskethall Captain, Cagehall,
Hockey, Ping-Pong, Soccer, Tennis, Badminton,
Cynosure BI-Vylcekly Reporter, Intramural De'
hate, l'The Late Christopher Bean", junior A
Place Card Committee, Nat'I. Honor Society,
Pep Cluh, Quxll and Scroll, Sistocratic League,
S.P.Q.R., Home Room Pres., Sportsmanship,
Cirls' Athletic Cluh Pres.
LUCILLE KEDALO, General
Entered from Adrian High School. Adrian, N. D.
Basketball, Klttcnhallg News Editor. Make-up
EdItor, Reporter, Christmas Pageant, "The
Deacon Slips", Girls' Glee Club, Slstocratic
CIIIIN, Sistocratic League
Home Room Vice-Pres.
N.It'I. Honor Society.
VICTOR G. LECRNER
Shutllehoardg Tennis, Cynosure Hifweekly Ref
porter, S.P.Q.R., Home Room Sec'y.
WANDA MAR-IORIE LEE
Cagchall, Cynosure BifWeekIy', Circulation Stall,
Sistocratlc League, S,P.Q.R.
LYLE D. LERE
ADELINE LE RE
Baschall, Basketball, Deck Tennis, Cagehallg
Hockey, PIng'Pong, Soccer, Track, Volleyball,
Badminton, Girls' Athletic Cluhg History Cluh.
Finsr Row-Left to Right.
Baskethallg Cageballg Soccerg Tennisg Cynosurc
Bifweekly Distribution Staff, Advertising Stalig
junior A Banquet Committceg Quill and Serollg
Pep Clubg Sistocratic Leagueg S. P. Q, R,g Home
Room VieefPres,, Sec'y.g Sistoeratie League
Council, Home Room Collector.
ELIZABETH JEAN LYNNE
Baskethallg PingfPongg Cynosure BifWeekIy Re-
porter. Business Staff. Circulation Statfg All'
Talent Programg Girls' Glee Club, A Cappellag
'Iunior A Decoration Committeeg Nat'l. Honor
Society, Pres.g Orpheus, Pep Cluhg Quill and
Scroll, Red Crossg S.P.Q.R., Sec'y.3 Sportsman'
shipg "Gypsy Roverug Home Room VieefPres.,
Sec'y.. Colleetorg Sistoeratic League, Service.
Hobby Clulig All'School Play.
GAYLORD L. LOUDEN
Entered from Bismarck High School, Bismarck,
ALEX D. MACGIBBON
Cynosure Bi-Weekly, Associate Editorg uStop
Thief", "Captain Applejackug All-Talent Pro-
gramg Christmas Pageantg Kentg Quill and Scrollg
ROBERT T. MCCULLOUGH
Intramural Basketball Team: Football Squad,
Team, Hoekeyg Speedhallg Traekg Volleyballg
Battlehallg Home Room Sec'y.
Seeosn Row-Left to Right. . rw
JOHN .L. MADSON-1, ,
Intramural Baseba W
If f I
CAROL INEZ MADSEN
Basketballg Deck Tennisg Hockey, Badmintong
History Clubg Sistocratic League.
Lois MARGARET MCKENZIE
AIIfTalent Programg Christmas Pageant, Girls'
Ulee Club Prts.' Girls' Trio Mixed uarttt
' . ' . 1 ' Q ' a
Orpheusg S.P.Q.R.g uliig Dayvg "Gypsy Roverwg
Home Room Vice'Pres.g Sistoeratie League,
Scholarship Commitreeg Nat'I. Honor Society.
RUTH MARIE MAID
Baseballg Basketliallg Deck Tennisg Soecerg
Tennisg Volleyballg Badmintong Swimming,
Cynosure Biflveekly Reporter. Circulation Statfg
"Gypsy Rover"g"Big Dayug Nat'l. Honor Society,
See'y.g Pep Cluhg Red Crossg S.P.Q.R.g Sports'
manship Cluhg Home Room Pres.g Student
Councilg junior A Program Committeeg Sistof
cratie League, Senior Little Sister Committee,
LLOYD T. MANLEY
MAXINE KATHLEEN MEATH
Cageballg Ping'Pongg Swimmingg Sistocratic
Entered from Casselton High School, Casselton,
Pep Clubg Sistoeratie Leagueg Baskethallg Debate.
THIRD Rowf-Left to Right.
Entered from New England High School, New
England, North Dakota.
Basketball Squadg Intramural Eootballg Track,
Essay Contest. Second Plaeeg Boys' Glee Cluhg
Intramural Basehallg Intramural Reserve, Home
Room Basltethallg Horseshoeg Golfg Shulllehoardg
Free Throwg Mixed Chorusg AIIfTalent Programg
Boys' Glee Club, A Cappella: junior A Banquet
Committeeg Red Cross Pres.g "The Late Christ-
opher Bean", "Gypsy Roverug Nat'I, Honor
Intramural Eootballg Hockeyg attlehallg History
Cluhg Home Room Collect
AIlfTalent Programg Chri 'is Pageantg Or'
chestmg Bandg 'xGypsy Roverf History Clubg
Pep Clubg Red Crossg Sistosratie League, Home
Cynosure Bifweeklyt Distribution Statllg uCap-
tain Applejaeku "Clarenee"g Home Room Pub'
VIVIAN LORETTA MINETTE
Deck Tennisg Cageball: PingfPongg B.Idminton1
Pep Cluhg Sistocratic League,
ALVIN EINAR Mo if J
Literary ' '
Boys' Glee Cluhg A Cappella. ' I I
Frusr Row - Left Io Right.
JOHN M. MONSON
Tennis: Gynosurc BI'W'cckly Fegirurc Reporter:
Tripolitan: Red Cross: Sportsmanship Club.
Entered irom Miirmott High School, M.IIIdIIn.
Red Cross: lnrers:hol.IstI: Bnskctbiill: Tumbling,
Glen: Club: Editor, Reporter.
U.. M-.. I N... H... RAIN
MARY MARTPIA MORRISON
Baseball: Bzisketbzill: Hockey: Triiek: Cynosixrc
Hifvifeclrly Advertising Staff: "Lund Mr: Your
E.Irs": AllfT:Ilent Program: Girls' Glet- Club:
Home Room Publicity ChLllfmilI1Q junior A
Decoration Committee: Harlequin: Kent: Pep
Club: Sistocriitic League: Girls' Sextct: i'Big
D.Iy": "Gypsy Roveru: Girls' Glec Club. Pres.:
Sistocmtic League, Friendly, Decoration Com'
GERALD MORROW, Literary
Cynosure BI-Weekly Printing Stairl.
f THOMAS MORROW. Literary
Home Room Vice-Pres., 5ei:'y,: Hobby Club.
JOHN A. MOYER
Entered from Dawson County High School,
Band: Service Orchestra: Red Cross.
SEOOND ROW 'Left to Right.
BOTTOLF M. MYIIRA
Cvnosure Bi-Weekly' Printing Staitl: Home Room
WADE MCINTYRE MURRAY
i in i ii n .L .txpu .lL.u.u..I...,.
ROBERT MYIIRA, Scientihc
Home Room. Intramural Basketball: lntrIImur.Il
Football: Hockey: Speedbiill: Free Throw: Ping'
Pong: Battleballg Volleyball: AllfTaIlcnt Prof
gram: Boys' Glee Club: A Cappella, Sv:c'y.:
Baseball: Basketball: Soccer: Pep Club.
ORTIMER LEWIS NAETALIN
vfbn qlconieit fN. I. P. AJ, csmti Forks,
Fir lyt Cyno r Lirtulition
' A ve ing . 11 - xxniigcrr
orter: Ho Ron ear: AllfT.Ilent
rogramg Boy lee Ilub: unior A Ticket
Committee: Quill and Scroll: osteri.In.
DAVID E. NELSON, Science
lntramural Baseball: Basketball: Football: Speed-
bnll: Science Club.
Baseball: Biisltetbzill: PIngfPong: Soccer: Vollsy'
ball: Pep Club: Red Cross: Sistotpmtic Lesugnii-:
Home-Room Publicity Chguriniin.
THIRD Row --Left to
MARJORIE A. NEES
Tennis: Cynosure BIfWcckly News Editor,
Reporter: lntraimurail Debate: "C.Ipt.IIn Apple'
j.Iclt"g A'Lcnd Mc Your E.irs": junior A Banquet
Committee: Pep Club: Quill and Serollg Red
Cross: Sistocraitic League: S.P.Q.R.: Sporrsmaxv
ship: NzIt'l. Honor Society.
Golf: Intrzxmurzil, lntcrscholnstic Hockey: Horse'
shoe: Home Room B.Isltctb.Ill: Bsittlebnll.
Pep Club: Home Room Publicity Chmirmxing
MARION ALICE NELSON
Red Gross: Sistocratic League: S.P.Q.R.: Home
Room Sec'y., VIcefPres,: NIIt'l. Honor Society.
ROSE NELL NELSON
Entered from Ayr High School, Ayr, North
Baseball: Basketball: Soccer: Miisic Awards:
"Luncheon for slKl.1GlIlSl Glue Club: Red Cross,
RUTIAIE ELYZEABETH NELSON
Baseball: Basketball: Czigcbzill: Volleyball:
Home Room Sealy,
CLIFFORD F. MURALT
Entered from Glyndon High School, Glyndon,
Boys' Glet- Club: A Cappella.
FIRSI' Row--Lcfz in Rrghr.
JOHN CHARLES NOVARIA
Basehallg Baslretballg Foothallg Speedhallg Swim-
ming Awardsg lnterscholastic Tennisg Traclig
Volleyball: Batrleballg Pingfpongg May Festival.
Trackg Home Room Pres., Sec'y.g Sophomore
Class Pres.g Kentg Sportsmanship Cluhg junior A
EARL T. NORTHRUP
Entered from Edgeley High School, Edgeler.
lnrramural Baskethallg PIng'Pong: Track.
VINVIAN LUCELLE NELSON
JUNE ADELAIDE Nom-xv
Basehallg Basliethal l 3 Cagelvall,
Red Cross: Science Clulig Sistoeratie League.
Scholarship Commitreeg Nat'l. Honor Soeiety.
MARY ELIZABETH OLSON
lxiay Festival, Sewing, Firit Place.
Intramural Baselsallg lhslrethallg Football, Horse'
shoeg lnterscholastic Hoelceyg Trackg Free Throw,
Home Room Pres.. Vieefpres., Seciihg Natll,
Honor Society, Nat'l. Athletic Scholarship
SEcoNn Row--Left to Right.
ALICE LUCILLE OLWIN
Baslcetlwallg Cagehallg Ping'Pongg Badminton:
lwlay Festival. Third Place. Euthenics Club Re'
portg Euthenics Cluh. Vice'Pres.3 Literary 5
Music Commissiong Pep Clubg Junior A Arc
ELEANORE ODELL OSLIE
Entered from Enderlin High School, Enderlin.
llasehallg Easlrethall: Declamation, Second Place:
Girls' Glee Cluh, Sistocraric League: "Kidnapping
NORMAN W. OLSON
Entered from Minot High Sehool. Minot, North
Intramural Baslr-:rlvallg Softball.
Baseliall, Baslrethall, AllfStarsg Intramural Basket-
hall Captaing Football Captalng Golf, Horse'
Edirorg "Refund"g Christmas Pagcanrg Bovs' Glce
Cluh, Home Room Pres.. VIeefPres.g Kentg Red
Crossg Sportsmanship, Senior Class Pres.
SHIRLEY ANN PUTZ
Tennisg Cynosure Bifweekly, Ass't. Business
Manager: AllfTalcnt Prugramg Fhrisrmas Pag'
eantg "Big Dayug "Gypsy Roverng Girls' Glee
Fluhg A Cappella, Vice-l'res.g junior A Pro-
gram Chairmang Kent: Nat'l. Honor Society:
DAVID STANLEY PE SON
Free Throwg Sophomore Class Tftrrsrf
Entered from Bismarck High School, Bisma "
lnterseholastie Baslcetlvallg Reserve Fraslietlwall.
Shoes VUllCYlW-llll 5W'6dlHll1 TCHUISQ ,V Fifi' Orpheusg Pep Cluhg Sportsmanshipg Home I X
Throwg Pingfljonggu Battlehallg Dartsgwlihrisrf- Room prcsd Sismcrlmc Lmgue, Big SIMM PEARL PFTERSON
mas Pageantg Boys hlee Cluh, A Ciappellag Cnmnmtcc. '
Harlequing Orpheus. S C Igoxomlgs H
,Yi .wimmingg fage a Q oc eyg oecerg Istorv
VIRGINIA ELEANOR OTTESON T-Hum Row Left to Right' gluhg Red CroSsgSistoeratic League, Home Room
Home Economics RUTH POWELL R"
Baslrethailg Cagehall, Ping'Pongg History Cluhg An
Pep Qluhg Sistocratic Lcagueg junior A Deeoraf nklskcdmllg Cynosurc Bpwfceklyu A551 Art JOYCE PETERSON
U-'11 fmnlnllffffl Editor, Advertising Staifg Pep STluhgvPhosterIaug Home Economics
Slswcrlmc Lcaguc' Bw Slsrcf Ulmmlttwi Hume Baseball, Baskethallg Cagehallg Badminton: Pep
PAUL PANCRATZ lhlllnl ,IYliC'P"f5-3 Sl"'fl5n'i'n5hlll f'll'l"9 Phlls' Cluh:Sistoi:rat1c League.
Scientmc ttrian, rtas.
Bas 'hallg Intramural Baslrethallg Foorhall, Hockey: 1 3
Hogseshoeg Shiilllehoardg Volleyball, Battlehallg GORUON, IOTTBR CLAIR PFEIFER .
PIngfPongg Speedlwallg Tennis, Traelrg Free LIICCTLITQ' PTC'VOCdf10ndl N
Throwg Cynosure Bi'W'eelily, Asst Sports Red Crossg Home Room Vieefl'res. Hoskevg Horseshoe. 5
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FIRST Row Left I0 Right.
1 IRL j. PICKETT
Intramural Baskctbnllg Reserve Basketlmllg Foot'
hallg Horscshocg Battlehallg Vollcyhnllg Tennis,
Ping'Pong1 Diamond Bnllg Bnndg Boys' Clem'
Clubg A Cappella.
Intramural Baschztllp lnterscholasllc Bztsketlmll.
Football, Horseshoeg Shufflehoard, Volleylmllg
Battlehallg PIngfPongg Speedhallg Tennisg Free'
Throwg Cynosure Annual Associate Edlrorg
X MATHEW PLATT
Cynosure Bifvvleeltly Future Reporter, Home
Room Pres.. Vice'Pres.: junior A Banquet Com-
mittee, Phostcriamp Sportsmanshipg N.Ition,Il
Athletic Sfholarshipg Natl Honor Society.
B.Isketh.Illg Swimmtngg Cynosure BIfVx'eeltly
Distrihution Statilig junior A Decoration Com-
mitteeg Red Cross, Pep Cluhg Ststocrnttc League,
Home Room Pres., Puhllciry Chzurmang Sisto'
cr.ItIc FrIendshIp, Puhlicny Committees.
j0HN ROBERT PORTER
Bftsehrtllg lntrLImtIrrIl Batsltcthnllg lnlrrtmuml.
lnterscnolnsttc Hockey, Horscshoeg Battlehatllg
Speedhzxllg Free Throw: "Annu of Crecn Gnhlesng
Boys' Glce Cluhg A Cztppellng jLlI1lOf A l3.InqtIet
Commlrteeg Phosteriam, Tre.ts,1 Home Room
VIce'Pres.g Cynosure BIfWeekly Prmtmg Stall,
JAMES A. POSELEY
lnterscholztstic Athletic MIInagerg lntrzImur.tl
Rnsehnllg Basketball Cztptmng Horseshoeg Speed-
h.Illg Tennisg Track, Free Throwg Cynosure BI'
Weekly Feature Writer, "Stop Thief"g Soph-
omore Class Treus.g Red Crossg PhosterI.uIg
LOIs C. PRATT
Swimmxngg Bztdmtntong History Clulwg Sisto?nrIc
l.t.IctIL, Homt Room Pres., VILL Preis, Listv,
cmric League. Big Sister Commtttce,
SLUIND Row Lfjr to Rxght.
MARX' BETTY PUNTON
Tennisg Cvnosnre BI-Xkltekly Distribution Smtl:
junior A Decoration Committeeg Literary if
MiIsIc Commissxong Pep Cluh, TreLIs,3 Phox
FLORENCE MHTTE REITAN
Entered from Mtwrin High School, KX'Ild Rice,
Red Crossg Sportsmrxnshlp.
terI.In. VlCC'PfCS.Q Ststocratic Leagueg Sport BARBARA ANNETTE RANDICH
mnnshipg Lhwme Room VIcefPres.. Sec'y., Tre.Isf' Hgmg Ecgngynws
Cvwsilfcf1ffllfff-'f- X Brtselmllg Batsltetlxtllg Deck Tennisg Swimmingg
WILIKUR THOMAS QUAM - A Htgcllsnlb Elrwclltifl g'1EI1'P1:r1I:: Ewicra Tiljlnwiz
mc g o ey It g :I mmong 'u emcs III 3
Drafttng hrls' Athletic Cluh, Slsrocrzitlc Lertgueg Home
lntr.ImtIr:tl Rnsehnllg Bttsltetlmllg Horseshoe: hmm SKK, Trms Vlcwprcs
Speedlmtllg Tmclrg Free Throw, Sophomore Class ' il " A
Scc'y.g History Cluh. TNII-In Row---Left to RIght.
RALPH ROTHROCK, Literary l ROIIERT F. ROHS
Intramural Bnselmll, lnterschol.IstIc, lntmm rn 5. Lneyayy
Foorhallg Horsqshoeg Shutllfluoudg Tmrkg ree Entered from Snnish High School, S.InIsh, North
Throwg Radio Cluhg Sportsmanshltjg Sophomort Dakota,-
Class PWS-2 HUYW3 Rfmm Pf'35-- SVC Y- Q Baselmll, Bitskethnll, Squad: lrItr:ImtIr.Il. lnter-
IONE LORRAINE RAMBERG sfholnsttc .Hoclteyg Boys' Glee Cluhg junior Class
Ltterdyy A lres.g junior C .lass Plrty.
Entered from Henning High School. Henning,-X
FERN LOUISE REHN
Ststocratic League, Publicity Commlttee.
FERN ELAINE RINEHARDT
Rzasliethatllg Tenmsg History Cluhg Literary E!
Music Commission: Sistocmtlc League, Service
HELEN -jANE RODENRIRCH
Bnsehatllg Bnslcethztllg Deck Tennisg CzIgeh.tll3
PIngfPongg Soccer: Volleyhgtllg Badmlntong
Hnrlequing Pep Cluhg Sistocrzttic Leagueg junlor
A Arr Committee.
AUDREY GR.ACE ROEN
Ivhy FestIv.Il. Story Telling, S-:cond Plaeeg
lntr.Imur.Il Delmteg TripolIt.In Sec'y.g Slstocratic
League, Service Committee-g Home Room Pres.
IRENE ADELE Ross, Literary
Mrty' Festival, Home Economics Entryg Cynosure
BI-Weekly Business Stzxtl, DIstrihution Smttg
Pep Clulwg Sistocnxtic League, Senior Ittle Sister
Committeeg S.P.Q,R.3 junio Decoration
Committceg- NaIt'l. 'nor S
Kira D O
Entered from Gardner High School, Grtrdnex,
lnterscholnstic Foothzxllg Reserve Bnskctlmtllg
Sophomore Class Sec'y.g Home Room Pres.
FIRST Row- -Lzft zo Right,
JEAN ELIZABETH RUDRUD
Tcnnisg Badmintong Cvnosurc Bifwcckly Typistg
Pep Cluhg Phostcriang Sistocraric Lcagucg Junior
A Dancc Committcc.
GEORGE W. RIILON, JR.
lntramural Baschallg Baskcthallg Foothallg Horst"
shocg Battlchallg Vollcyhallg PIng'Pongg Cy'
nosurc Annual Boys' Sports Editorg Cynosurc
Rilvvlrvlily Sports Editorg AllfTalcnt Progr1Im1
Christmas Pagcantg Opercttag liovs' Glcc Cluhg
A Cappcllag Athletic Commissiong Sportsman'
shipg l,itcrary it Music Commissiong Real Crossg
Phostcriang Natl Honor Socictv.
lntramural Baskethallg Hockcvg Literary if Music
Commissiong Science Cluh. Vicc-Ftcsg Homc
Room Vicc'Ptcs.g Sophomorc Class Trcas.:
Junior Class Prcsg Junior A From Committrc.
TILLIE MARIE Ruun
Basltrtlvallg Cagchallg Ping-Pongg BaLlmIntong
Cynosurc Bifwccltly Circulation Srailg Trip'
olitan, Cahrnctg Pep Clulwg Sistocratic Lcaguvg
Homc Room Scc'y.. Publicity Chairman: Natl
DONALD J. RYAN
Intramural Shulllchoartlg Pingflaongg Rccl Cross.
VERLIN SALZWEDEL, Home Economics
LE ROY F. SAMUELSON
Cynosurc BIfXVcckly Typist.
SECOND ROW- -Left to Right.
lntramural Baslzcthallg Hocltcyg Boys' Glvc Cluli'
ARTHUR E. SAUER
Entrrctl from -lamcstown High School, Jamus'
town. North Dakota.
lntramural Baskctlwallg lntrrscholastic Hockcv-
'l JEY . if
ORLANDO KEN SCHERLING, Literary THIKU R-vw' Lfff fl' R'Kl'f'
Baschallg Foothallg Rcscrvc Baskcthallg Hoclicvg
Horscshocg Sportsmanshipg Radio Cluhg Natil. FLORENCE SEVERSON
Athletic Scholarship Socicty,
JOHN R. SCHONBERG, Literary
Golfg Horsrshovi Battlrhallg Spccdhallg Ping'
Pongg All-Talcnt Programg Bandg Kcnt.
LYLLAH MAE SCHRIVER
Rss allg Basketball: Dcclt Tcnnisg Cagchallg
, Ping-Pongg Swimmingg Socccrg Trackg
o eyhallg Baclminton: Euthcnics Cluhg Girls'
Athletic Cluhg Pop Clulwg R-:Ll Crossg Sistocratic
lxagucg Homc Room Collcctor.
' ELIZABETH JANE ScIIwARz
Entcrcd from Lishon High School, Lishon, North
Homc Room Vice-Prcsq Sportsmanshipg Basltct'
hallg Pcp Clulag Glue Cluh.
Entcrcd from Minot High School, Minot, North
Intramural B:-Iskctballg Foothallg Track.
District Novice Typing Evcnt, First Placcg
District Novice Shorthand, Third Placcg Dis'
rrict Amateur Tvping Tram, Second Placcg
Cynosurc Annual Tyrustg Cynosurc Bifvxlcclily
Typiftg Natl Honor Society.
DORIS ANN SELVIG
Haskcthallg PIngfPongg Baulmintong Cvnosurc
Bifwcckly' Circulation Stalfg AllfTalcnt Programg
"Big Dayng A'The Gypsy Rovcrug A Cappcllag
Girls' Glas Cluhg Tripolitan, Cahinctg Pep Cluhg
Sistocratic Lcagueg Girls' Scxtctg Home Room
FRANK ROY SCOTT, JR.
"Captain Applujzrrkf' AllfTalenl Prograrng Home
Room Publicity Chaurmang Kcnt.
BETTY ANN SCOTT
Entcrcd from Roost'x'I'lt High School. Des lvloinvs.
Basclwallg Tracltg AllfTalcnt Programg Christmas
l'agcaI1tg A Cappcllag Girls' Glcc Cluhg Pep
EARL L. SHAW
Intramural Footluallg Golfg Horst-shorg Battlc'
lwallg Vollcyhallg Spcrdhallg Free Throwg S.P.f
Q.R.g Home Room Vice-Prcsg Jumor A Prom
Intramural Baslicthallg Hocltcyg Horscshocg
Spccdhallg Trackg Frcc Throwg Rod Cross:
Homc Room Scc'y.
GERALDINE AMES SAWYER
Entcrctl from Mixdison Ccntral High School,
Baschallg Ping-Pongg Socccrg Tcnnisg Trackg
Vollcyhallg Badminton: A Cappcllag All'Talcnt
Progrx-Img Christmas Pageantg Girls' Glm: Clulng
FIRsT Row -Left to Right,
Intramural Hockey, Horseshoe, Battleball, Free
Throw, Sophomore A Class VIce'Pres.
MILIVRED BERNICE SHERE
Baseball, Basketball, jr. Champs, Deck Tennis,
Cageball, Soccer, Track, Volleyball, l'3ai.lniInf
ton, May Festival, Dash, Second Place, Cynosure
BI-Weekly Typist, Girls' Athletic Club, Pep
Club, Science Club, Home Room Basketball
Captain, Publicity Chairman, Sistocratic League,
Friendly Committee, Publicity Chairman.
Cynosure Annual Home Room' Collector,
Cynosure Bi'XVeekly Business Stall Collector,
MARGARET ROSE SHERWOOD
Entered from Powers Lake High School, Powers
Lake, North Dakota.
Cageball, Pep Club.
Entered from Fairdale High School, Fairdale.
lvlay Festival, Vocal Solo, Park River, N, Dalt.,
Typing Contest, Fairdale, N. Dali., Girls' Glee
Club, A Cappella, "The SIlver Lining", Literary
Society, Pres., School Paper, Business Manager,
Pep Club, Sec'y.
EUNICE A. SILSETH
Entered from Christine High School, Christine.
Basketball, All-Talent Program, "Miss MoIly"'
Christmas Pageant: Girls' Glee Club, Girls'
Sextet, Sistocratic League.
MARION JANE SIPRITT
Cynosure Bi'Weekly' Reporter, Distribution
Staff, Intramural Debate, Nat'l. Honor Society,
Pep Club, Phosterian, Sistocratlc League, Home
SEt'ONo Row Left to Right.
VIRGINIA DOYLE SMART
Baseball, Basketball, Deck Tennis, Cageball,
Hockey, PIngfPong, Soccer, Track, Volleyball:
Badminton: Girls' Athletic Club, History Club,
JOHN SLINGSBY -
Golf, Ping-Pong, Tennis: 'xClarenr:e"g Boys'
Glee Club, A Cappella, Radio Club.
PHILIP SMITH I
Home Room Basketball, Intramural. All'Star
-IOYCE G. SPRINGER
Home Room Basketball, Horseshoe, Swimming
Awards, Red Cross, Home Room VIce'Pres,
LPORIS MAE STENHJEM
Basketball, Cageballg Hockey, Ping-Pong, Soccer,
Volleyball, Sistocratic League, S.P.Q.R.: Home
Room Publicity Chairman, Nat'l, Honor Society.
THIRII Row' -L:-ft L0 Right.
DONALD P. STEVENS
Intramural Hockey, Intramural Football.
VERONNE CLAIRE SOLRE RG
Football' Intramural Interscholastic Hockev' A
- - ' I - ' " Literar
1. III - A . - -- A. ' D'
NNI At cut bkhollrbhm Souttl Basketball, Swimming, Cageballg Cvnosure
ROBERT SMI-1-H B1'WeI'kly' Typist, Pep Club, History Club'
S ' ocratic League.
L V S H. THOMAS STEWART
A ERN MITII L,tem,y
PTWSCCTCIGTIHI Interscholastic Football Squad, Intramural Golf,
First Place. Distritt Typing Cont 'stg Sta vp' lnterscholastic Track, Boys' Glee Club, Kent:
Ing Contest, Cynosure BI'WeeklT Ty ' , Trip' Re Cross, Home Room Cynosure Collector.
olitan, Pep Club, Sistocratic League. WB Prv. Publicity Chairman, Basketball.
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MILDRED CHRISTINE STRONG
Baseball, Basketball, Cageball, Volleyball:
Bidmintong Piano Solo, District WiI1ner, Super'
Ior Rating, Piano Contests at Valley City,
"Captain Appleracku, Christmas Pageant,
Girls' Glee Club, Orpheus: Pep Club, Sistocratic
League, Party Committee, junior A Decoration
Committee, Home Room Sec'y,, Treats., Kent.
ARTHUR V. STREED
Intramural Baseball, Intramural Basketball.
Intramural Football, Cvnosurc Bifweekly' Print'
Ing Staff, Home Room Seclv.
Baseball, Basketball, Deck Tennis: Cageball,
Hockev, Ping-Pong, Soccer, Tennis, Track,
Volleyball, Badminton, lviay Festival. Track,
Girls' Athletic Club, Seclyg History Club,
SISUVCTII LIC LCIIHUC,
Intramural Baseball, Intramural Basketball,
Intramural Horseshoe, Interscholastic Track,
Home Room Pres., Secly.
Pinsr RowfLefr to Right,
Intramural Football: Battlehall: Tennis: Ping'
Pong: Cynosure Bifhveekly Sports Stall: 'Lend
lvie Your Earsf' i'The Late Christopher Beanng
Harlequin. Pres.: Red Cross: Sportsmanship:
Home Room Pres.: Nat'l. Honor Society.
VIRGINIA KEMI' THOMAS
Declamation, Humorous, First Place: Cynosure
BifWeekly Reporter: Intramural Debate: "Claw
L-nc.-": Harlequin: Literary Es' Music Commission:
Nat'l. Honor Society: Orpheus: Pep Club:
Quill and Scroll: Sistoeratic League: Sportsman'
BETTY LOU THOMPSON
Badminton: Cynosure BI'Weekly', Desk Editor
Reporter: "Clarence", Student Director: Har'
lcquin: Qrpheus: Pep Club: Quill and Scroll
Sistocratic League: Home Room Pres.: Nar'l
DONA BELLE THOMPSON
Sistoeratic League: S.P.Q.R.: Home Room Pres.
Nat'l, Honor Society.
. . , wh,
Scientific and Art
Orchestra: Pep Cluhg Science Cluh: Sistocra '
GLENN O. THOMPSON B
liiselmllg Horseshoe: Home Room Basketball:
PIIIg'Pong: Red Cross: Home Room Sec'y., Pres'
Srafoxir Row-Left to Rxght. K'-
DOUGLAS THD SON X
Literar , X 4'
Baselmllg Horseshoe: Speedha All' lent Pr:
gram: Band: Service Ure I a:.H e Room
VicefPres.. Sefy .
VIOLET MARION TODAHL
Sistoeratic League. Friendly Committee: Cx"
nosure Bifvvleeltlv Typist.
Baseball: Captain, AllfStar Basketball Team:
Cagehall: PIngfP4vng: Track: Volleyball: Bad'
minton: May Festival, Target Throw, sofyard
Dash: Cynosurt: Bi-Weekly' Reporter, Business
Staff: Girls' Athletic Club: Kent: Pep Club:
Sistocratie League: Junior A Decoration Comf
mittee: Home Room Pres.
WILLIAM D. TOOMEY
lntramural Baseball: Basketball: Horseshoe:
Speedhall: Tennis: Free Throw: Volleyball:
Aerial Darts: Bnttlehall: History Club, Tre:-Is.:
Red Cross: junior A Prom Committee.
HAZEL ALVINA TRACE
Cynosure Bifweekly Home Room Collector:
"Lend Me Your Earsu: AllfTalent Program:
Christmas Pageant: A Cappella: Girls' Ulee
Club: Harlequin: Sportsmanship Club: Orpheus:
'Bid Daywg i'Gypsy Roverug Nat'l. Honor
MARlE PATRICIA TRAVIS
Basl-wrhall: Deck Tennis: PingfPong: Badminton
AllfTalent Program: Christmas Pageant: Girls'
Glee Club: A Cappella: Sextctteg Sistoeratic
League: S.P.Q.R.. Sec'y.: Home Room Scc'y.,
Vice'Pres.g "Big Dayu: "Gypsy Rover."
Intramural Baslcethall: Horseshoe: Shutilelvoard:
Swimming Awards: Track: Volleyhall: Battle'
hall: Cynosure Bifwcekly Printing Staff: Home
Intramural Basketball: Hobby Clulv.
THIRD Row MLzj't to Right.
CORA MARIE ULVAN
Baseball: Basketball: Deck Tennis: Cagelwall:
Hockey: Plngflxongg Soccer: Track: Volley'
ball: Badminton: Cynosure Bi'Weekly Typist:
Tripolitan, Program Chairman: Girls' Athletic
Club: Pep Club: Sistocratic League: Nat'l.
PHYLLIS L. VIESTENE
Risthxll Pnskethill Cigelwxll Bidminton Pep
.. ' 1 : I ' A : .4 - . 3 1 3 ' X
Club: Sistocratic League: Cynosure Bifweekly
Typl . I : v
O RT E. VOGEIBANG L
l,nt ural lB.Is thall: ln r' nters Olas'
ic oth ll: ,se x' al : lntr ural,
lnte ' o we T YI , Free row:
V I ' Home L vm o ector, Bas etball,
DELORES MIRZIEI VOLD
Baseball: Basketball: Deck Tennis: Cagelwall:
Vollevhall: Badminton: Cvnosurc Bi-Weekly
Typist: Pep Clulv: Science Club: Sistocratic
LAWRENCE H. VANCE
Baseball: Horseshoe: Shutilehoard: Spcedhall
Home Room Pres.
LE ROY VOSEURGH
FIRST Row -Left to Right.
JUNE L. WALTERS
Basehallg Baslcethallg Tennis, Batlmxutong Cy'
nosure Bi-Weekly Business Statfg Pep Cluhg
Phosterian, Sec'y.1 Sistocratic Leagueg Junior'
Senior Prom, Decoration Committeeg Home Room
LORETTA M. WARID
Baslaetlvall, Jr. if Sr. Champsg Cagehallg Plug'
Poogg Volleyball, May' Festival, Pep Clulwg Retl
Crossg Sistocratlc League.
HELEN C. WARNER
Baseluallg Baslcetlwallg Cagehallg Hockeyg Socceri, ,
HELEN ELIZAHETII WINN
Basltethall, 1935 Champsg Ping-Pongg Cynosure
BIfW'eelIly Feature Editor, Circulation Statlig
Pep Cluhg Red Crossg SIS-tocralrc League, Little
HARRIET NAOMI WIEN, Literary
Basehallg Baskethallg Deck Tennis, Cagehallg
Vollcyhallg Bailmintong lvlay Festival, District
Piano Winnerg Cynosure BI-Weekly Typist,
Tripolxtan, Vice-Pres., Literary Ea' Music Com'
missiong Natll, Honor Socletyg Orpheus: Pep
Cluhg Sistocratic League.
BERNICE BEVERLY WICHMANN
Literary F.-i Miisic Commission: Pep Clulig Re-.l
Crossg Harlequin, VIce'Pres.: Home Room,
JAMES CLINTON WHIPl'LH
lntramural Foothallg Tennisg Christmas Pageaulg
Orchestrag Bautlg Pep Bandg Science Clulw.
JOHN GERALD WHITE
Volleyball: BaLlmInrong Pep Cluhg Sisrocratic
League, Home Room VIce'Pres.
PHILIP D. WATSON
lntr.unural Basehallg Baskethallg Horseshoeg Puig'
Pongg Christmas Pageantg S.P.Q.R,, Sec'y.g
Home Room Pres., Secly.
VIRGINIA ALICE WATTANi
Basketball, Home Room Champsg Cagehallg
PIng'Pongg Soccerg Tennisg Kentg Pep Cluhg
Sportsmanship, Sistocratic League, Service
Committee: Cynosure BI'Weekly Distrihuuon
Stalin, Reporterg Home Room Collec tor.
Intramural Baskethallg Intramural Hoclceyg
Horseshoeg Battlelwallg Speedluallg Track, Free
Throw, Reil Crossg Home Room Pres,
THIRo Row f-Left zo Right.
lutramural Foothallg intramural Hockey: Horse'
Basehalll Horseshoeg Speeillxallg Service Orches-
trag Home Room Pres., VIcefPres.
Intramural Dehateg "Captain Appleyackug Or'
chestra, Band: Tripolitang Home Room Basehall.
GE RALDINE ANN WISEHART
Basketlwallg Pingfllongg Tenmsg Soccerg Girls'
JOHN B. WELTON LJ,
Horseshoeg Red Crossg Home Room See'y., Pres.g
GLORIA EDITH WEST
Hoclteyg Soccerg Volleyhallg Batlmintong Eu'
themes Gluh, VicefPres., Literary Ea' Music
Commissiong Sistocratic League.
SECOND ROWA--Left to Right.
EVELYN LUCILLE WILLIAMS
Deck Tennisg Cagehallg Hoclteyg PIugfPongg
Soccerg Tenmsg Batlmintong May Festival,
Home Economics Entry, Fourth Place: Girls'
Glee Clulug Eutheulcs Cluhg Pep Cluh: Sistocratic
Glee Cluhg Orpheus: Pep Cluhg Phoszerraug Red
Crossg Sistocratic League.
DALE E. WRETLIND
lntramural Baskethallg Foothallg Battlehallg
Tenmsg May Festival, Industrial Arts, Grand
Forks, "The Valiantnp Harlequing Home Room
FRANCES GENE ZINER
Entered from Taylor High School, Taylor, North
Basehallg Baslietlwallg PIng'Pongg Soccerg Tennisg
Volleyhallg lviay Festlvalg Glee Cluhg All'
School Playg Christmas Pageant: Girls' Glee Cluhg
HELEN PATRICIA THOMPSON
Enteretl from Willmar High School, Vklillmar.
Baskethallg Ping-Pongg Cynosure BIfWeekly'
Circulation Statfg Class Vice'Pres.g Home Room
Seciy., Treas.1 Harlequing Pep Cluhg Sistocratic
Leagueg Wrllmar Senior Girls' Club, Glee Clulv.
January Class History
As sophomores, juniors, and seniors at Central High, we undoubtedly had our share
of fun and troubles. Entering this institution of learning as a class of two hundred, only
eightyftwo of us were graduated in the midterm.
Our one weakness as a class seemed to be our inability to elect a president who would
graduate with us. As "sophs," Ralph Rothrock was elected president, but he decided to
remain an extra semester. In our junior year we elected Melvin Evanson, but the im'
petuous 'LMel" couldn't wait for us and graduated a half year early. The highlight of
his presidency was the JuniorfSenior banquet and prom which we gave for the midyear
graduates of 'g,8. During our reign as seniors, Kenneth jones was elected president of our
class, but "Kenny" had so many school activities that he couldn't tear himself awayg
consequently, Elda Brunzell, then the vicefpresident, was elevated to the position of
This particular class of Q39 had much talent in the extrafcurricular Helds of dramatics,
athletics, and music. Alex Horwitz, Ed Smith, and Bernard Starkenberg represented
athletics, Estelle Wagner and Phyllis Lundquist, music, Spencer Fosteson, Leone Gilbert,
and Elda Brunzell, dramatics.
Near the close of our high school days we were entertained at a banquet and prom
given by the junior class. Our high school career ended with the presentation of the class
play, "You and I," which was under the direction of L. L. Wightman.
As in previous cases, our school days also have to come to an end. We are looking
eagerly to what the immediate future holds for us, but at the same time there is a feeling of
regret as we, the January class of QBQ, close the doors of our high school days.
June Class History
In the fall of 1936 our sophomore class set sail on the Sea of Learning in the good ship
Fargo High. Led by Captain Jack Novaria and our adviser and Chief Mate, Mr. Vavrina,
we hoped to gain success and set a new record in steering our course.
There were storms that arose, but they were to be expected. Although the waves
dashed high, they were always conquered by our fighting crew. We must admit, however,
that many times we were on the verge of sinking.
In our junior year William Narum advanced to the rank of captain, and our advisers
were Mrs. Bergquist and Mr. Schonberger. From our crew came members of the all'
state basketball team. Other shipmates made appearances in dramatics, Red Cross work,
the National Honor Society, Sportsmanship, and the Student Council, which was a new
undertaking. As a fitting close for our junior year we entertained the senior class at the
annual juniorfSenior banquet and dance.
A Thus we began the last lap of our journey at sea, hoping to increase our preparation
for the greater world ahead. Behind the wheel sat Paul Pancratz, and our adviser was Miss
Weaver. We increased our abilities in music, debate, and dramatics. Those in music
favored us with the operetta, "The Gypsy Rover." The final entertainment on board
before we docked was our class play, "Fanny and the Servant Problem."
As we look back upon the course which we have followed, we are reminded of the
many good times we have had and of the achievements of our class. Hoping that our
efforts have not been in vain, we leave with our successors our chart and our compass
pointing to the goal we have strived to attain.
lor B' S
MR. SCHONBERGERS HOME ROOM
Row 1 -Left ro Right: Mr. Schonhfrgcr. Luc Shcrwuod, Bzll Toomcy, Don Schollandcr, Clayton Rush. junior Palmer, Way'nr Peterson,
jack Rilling, Donald Sullivan.
Row lf' 'Harold Rohde, Dave Thompson, john Stoutlaml. ,lack Porrcr, Edward Schoonrnakcr, Earl Shaw, Lewis Pricc, Robert Trubcy.
Row jr-Donald Tompkins, Orval Tostvrud. Ealwzxrgl Simonson.
Nor IN PICTURE: Cliff Rothrock, Virgil Sollwryl. Dan Vicc.
MR. MAXEY'S HOME ROOM
Row 1-Left to Right: Peter Lrc. Krnncth Larson.
Row 2'St1mlcy Mxdtgaard. Gordon Mngill, Mr Maxcy. Lawrcncc Numa. Frcnl Kcgcl, Kcnnclh Maynard. A
Row 3- AAlvin Nordhaugcn. Ruhcrl johnson, Clayton Mevrxlrl. Kcnncth McLaughlin, Rob-:rr Mikkclsun, Buttnll Myhrn, Harm l
Lyle Olsen, Marshall johnson.
Row S-Charles Matzc. Alex Mackilhlwrun. Dick lvlanning. Alohn Korsmo. XVrlliam Madson, Owcn
Nor :N Picrun: john Lyell.
1 Ll Laasrml.
Osrlwc, Gcorgc Nelson.
MR. WIGHTMAN'S HQME ROOM
Row 1-Lrfl to Rxghr' Mr, XV1ghrm.xn. Kcnnrrlm Carry. Rox' Gordon. Gordon Hanson. Tad Holm, Wlillmm Horwitz. Paul Gn.n.lingcr,
Row QWROX' Hanson, Shcllcv Hanna. Lylr' Anderson. XV1ll1.xm Anrlcrson. Rolvrrt Burg. Rolwrt Hc.xLllnnv.l. Donald Gmnlzxml, Hi Fuller,
Helrolrl Crosby, Clayton Foss. Clfzrcngc Uronlnml.
Row 3-Ernest Bnruslci, Burrlcttv Coleman, Gmnr Chnstmnson. Rollo Grrlvurg. Rlghzml Bowman. Full Crowc, Nail Bcrgqrlm. Corman
Nor lx PutTx'Rx: Orvillf Anderson.
MISS SOWKA'S HOME ROOM
Row 1 -Left In Rxght Knrhluun Twrncy. M.n'Q.lrcr Nonnwvllcr. Elllx Mac llcvnolrls. Mxss Sowlrn. Virgmnm NV111x1,Ucl1sv1cvc Llndcmxnn,
-lunc Lorlgzard. Chrlsrinc Nnrvcson. Ruth Fvllcr. Viola Rusk.
Row 1 Nlnrgarcr Zcxs, Beth NVoo-,llcy, Mznrg.rrct Null, Dorothy Rows. Luglllc Nelson. M.v.1nc Torgrson. Muriel Legler, Florcncc
V U El zxulvcrh Paulson. L.uVsrnn Sicrson, Alxcc Olwm. Hvlcn Rodunkxrch. Avls Knutson.
M.ux'xs Sxmrrz. Lorraine Lfnzcn. Gul Lien. Nlnlwlc Rltrcr.
Aulcllnc Tvhlstrom. H.xrr1rr Portcr, klunc XVcstlunul. Lllflllrl Tmvls. Anmlwcllc Nun
Rou R lrcnc Nordlmrk. 1
Row 4 -Alvwcll Lbclvy, Dons Shcrwooal.
ls PIc'rL'kr: Ellzahvth Kcxfcr, Marry' Pvlorrxson.
svn. ,lun Parrcn, Tvhrlnrlc Wlutcrs.
Lfjr ru Right lun H
T'S HCME RCDOM
K. j t' aywootl, Marian johnson. Lorraine Cru ' '
--,eannc de Sari, Marry' Ann Geller, lvlaruun Bw'
lwhry Dolve, Vivian Aka '
4 ,D , ,. f
mt, Eltanore Lnndhagen, Heli- 'rkso
rstrh, Mariorlc Holland, l nrriint A
ir. kltanerte Daniels, Elgem' Armst
Anna jtan Cvilntlinrpu, Mzirx' Hmm E1
n vl. t . n, Irene Baekg
. . ' nderson, Blanche lcnscn.
' rung, lvliltlred Bennett, Ethel Anderson, M "
I J 1 X 't', sie llergc, Miirgiierite Gnzidinger. Mi
-, f-l atrium Covert, Helen Hanson, Alai '
is Pn'ii'nlg Patrici. E r'
mon Amundson, janet Brophy, Dorothy Call,
nt lllonnl, Berry Hnscl, Helen johnson, Mixry' Hohncke, Doris Hatlcn,
4 ritson. llarhara Hofmann, Andres Gilbert, Nancy Carnine. Alice Ames.
oom A ' '
Ana " '
, information h - '
daily h f ' 4
our -thats h
ve minute peri d
ow Noah W
o which is th '
e connectin l
igh School t
g ink hetweei h
sudenfslitre. I ' ' '
starts th '
1 t e am and
t is 1 short
e afternoon if
. . ' the p.m. of a
K ftoo short period of relaxation which
Before the first class of the afternoon begins, the entire army of Fargo Highs pedf
agoges and pupils raise their noses from the grindstone long enough t '
and who's who in the way of meetings soci ' ' " '
in the daily noo ' '
o see what s
, eties, assembl
n bulletins d
ies and what h'
This pau '
. ave you as '
each home r
se that refre h
, : printed
s es is also th '
student are '
e time when
wiped out At
causes that d
. the head of
is a facult
epress the h
each grou '
p giving free adv' L'
ice to the sch l
a student ent
ers Fargo H' h ' '
Then thro h
ig as a Soah
ug the storm
1 omore he is assigned to a homeroom.
s and struggles of life here, though other relationships are broken,
be always remains a member of this initial group.
Occasionally, however, the homeroom loses its identity in a larger r
that works effectively under the guidance of 'i 3
the policies and prol l '
g oupeethe class
. set of officers to formulate and carry out
v ems of the group as a whole.
Home Room Activities, Contzhued
f h thirty eight home room advisers to lead their little charges back
ld b ause
lt is the duty o t e f
' h e strayed from the fo ec
straight and narrow way of education after they av
' d d en other pitfalls. For instance, the
rses credits marks, an a oz
of schedule conflicts, cou , ,
' ' f d . Their advisers help t em c
d ted as to their courses o stu y
sophomores must be irec
' h hould follow. They are also instructed as to the ru es
h ' ' r
specific courses t ey s
tions of life here at Fargo High. The faculty members who have charge of t e junio
' nt or education. The seniors
home rooms usually carry out a program of either entertainme
A ' ' d bl ms ertaining to graduation.
n concerning credits an pro e p
l ota of
receive special instructio
' ' l ft free after the regu ar qu
finding a minute or two e
Some of the home rooms,
' ' t d charm and personality sc
' d from the slate, have institu e
" ' st lain
business has been wipe
' s hobby "hours , or ju p
tem oraneous speaking course ,
current events classes, ex p
' ' ' ' h room period-live of the
That, after a fashion, is a description of the ome
minutes in the whole day.
MR. OSMAN'S HOME ROOM
k 1 on Robert llll james Fick, Samuel Hess, john George, Harold Hotf.
hl l Mr. Osman, Bernard Horwitz, Harold Grlflin, Lloyd
1-Left in Right: Alan Haw n s , -,
2-Marvin Hanson, Bcrnt Houghland, Donald Hansen, Leander Houg ani,
Franke, Jerry Johnson.
3-Paul Hallenberg, Curtis Hoff, Ronald johnson, Willizim Huseth, Stanley Henderson. Murrel Hartwig.
4'JOhH Fearn, Sigvold Finstad, Wayne Gustafson, Paul Hillsrrom, Harland johnson, Vernon Grove, Paul Gnnkelman.
5-Joseph Hyland, Jess Fillmore, Bernard Holritz, Robert Jenstad, Donald jespcrson, W'ilfred Holtgard.
H 'n, Fred Hagen, Clarence Hagen.
IN PICTURE: Keith Irwin, Lester anse
MISS NELSON'S HOME RUOM
Rum x-- Lslfr Lu Rxghr Maxim' Twmlt, Hclsn Sulwrck, Phvllus Rvan. Margarvt Sfhul:
Row 2 -Mxss Nelson. NVcr1r1aSlwnlcr. Dclaurcs Schrrxlwr, Norma Svvcrsun, ,loan Tullcfsmm. Nvlllx liulcr, Lola lvfac Saumwclwcr. Lorramc
'l'wr'crlm, Maxmv Tlmrnv. Opal Van Vwr4t,
Row 2 Ellzalvcth Ullaml, Mary NVarm'r, janlcr Schnr-1l,Gwm Rlchards, Holm Thmnpsfm. Marlrlmc Scattvrday. Mary Tucker, l xlllgm
Row 4 Lucxllc Trams, lirtty Swcvnvy. Phyllxs liussrll. Agn-'s Rasmusscn. Marv Thwrnpsrm, licrmccr Ross. Hvlcn Vowlcs.
Run' Q Nancv XVarnvr. Mzurgzxrvt Xfclsscr, Vmlcttc Slxrmcr, Kathcrmc Tlwnupsun, Margarrr Ulhus. Bcmarllxnc Tivis.
Nm ix Plgrlfruz Mary llxfclulwxg. ElllrcllSpr1ngstul. Klum- Rucn.
MR, STILL'S HOME ROOM
Row n Leif to Rxqhr' Erlwanl Krall. Claymn Olson, llxqlmrrl Ulsuu.
Row 1 ,lvrrv Mulrcarly. Crdrlf Munson, john Kunklc. Mr. Still. Lvww Katz. Norman lvlmqkclsrm. Rxcharrl C. Olson. lvfyron Nvvlau
Row 3 -.lack Murrav. Hcrlwcrt Langrvrd, Sherman Ulsun, Ellcl' Krugcn. Charlcs Martin. Harvrv Krugh, Howard Nelson. Bob Mgx'crG
Row 4-Paul Mzxdxsrxlu. Ll:-yd Luktu. EJ Kllwlur, Kun Muklrr, llnlwrt Kacss. Uxllwrr l.vsalwr, Kvnnrlh I..mgncss. Bulv Norcross
Row if-Herman Llmllwrrg, Larry Lvmlcv, jerry Nlllcs, Lvlc Nurd. Frml Krrsm,
Nm N Pluxlwu: Rulwrt Mcycrs.
MRS. CARSTENS' HOME ROOM
Row rfdLefr lu Rxght: Virginia Di-Jtz. Alice Anderson, -lean Becker, Ucncvicvc Uralwr, Ruby Andcrson.
Row 2 AMrs. Carstcns, joy Ehcrly, Dorothy Christianson, Eleanor Bohn. Pearl Banks, Ollvc Carprntcr. Florcnce Grccnshields, Carol
Grccnc, Graccc Burgan, Dorothy Adams, Gladys Drager.
Row 3 Marioric Dudley, DeLorcs Carrier, Beatrice Bolkan,
Row 4'-fOlivv: Granlverg, Ivfarcclla Dorff, joan Garry. Butte Forkrrt, Georgia Brady. Carol Comric, Betty Bernardy. Doris Blorklnnd.
Esther Gunvaldscn, Naomi Fnrcht, Lucille Erickson, Frances Fowlcr, Mary Ann Friis.
Row S Alvan Cordingly, Margzxrct Ford. Polly Carrcr, Gloria Andcrson.
Nor IN Prurtkl-: Maxriurie Carufel, Anmce Dorris, Lois Elwvll.
MR. SIFRITT'S HOME ROOM
Row 'V Left to Right' Dale Kvam. Ed W'atcrs.
Row 2"AlllI!lCS Sakcllson, Gordon Stcinweg, Kelly Smith. Herbert Ostrcm, Mr. Sifritt. Maircils Sirrs, Paul Paulson, Aaron Shore, Vernon
Van Vcghel, Roherr Paterson.
Row 3-W Howard Rnlfcr, Chester Phillips, Edgar Ronning, Floyd Tanner, Eldun Sands, Rolwcrt Strand, Vernon Sands, john Poxxqll
Tom Recd, James Sullivan, Bernard Simons, Vxfcndcll Pile.
Row .5 'Rolacrr Olson, Homer Steiallkjaxmvzs Welsh, Stanlfy Wlilson, W.lx'nr' Suhrnnk, Mzlllricc Nyilson. Reid Scastrand,
Nor iw Plcri'R1:: XVaIlacc Valley, Cli XVheclcr, Irvin W1-rr:l'l.
MRS. CROTHERS' HOME ROOM
Row 1 Lejr ro Knghz Margarct jones, Eunlcc johnson, Do ' '
Row 2 Gcraldlnc Knndson. Gcncvicvc Hcndr lc
son, Dorothy A. jcnson, N'
Row fi -- l7ranrcs L 'r
rrs Hanson B
lc son Nol
, arhara Heinz,
, a Hilliard, Bvttty Ann Kr
ogan, Mrs. Crothcrs D0
4, , 'lsrlnc Lrlcang, Franccs H
. rrv Lirrcn, Marjonc l urs
2 -lnczjacohson Eul
omcr. Hclrn johnson, Dorothy Kohler, Valores Han
. rothy M. jcnscn, jean Haydon .
' alvorson, Martha junsqn, Loulsc johnson, Helen Hcggcncss, jancttu Hclslcr,
.. on, Ethyl jcspcrson,
, " yn Langsand. Dons johnson, Hclcn Lamlgrcn. Aralis johnson, Bvcky johnson, Dorothy Lcxntz, Luclllc john-
. , .xlhan johnson, lna johnson.
Nor ls Prcrrnri Ruth Hvidsron.
MR. KRUEGERS HOME ROQM
Rom 1 Left ro Rxghrz CharlrsD1lls. Milton Clark. Vfaltcr Honosky. Vv'1ll1am Erickson. Richard Conlon.
Row 1 Marun Conmy, Marvin Blallas, Howard Evanson, llrucc Borman. Mr. Krucgvr, Vflllard Dodge. john Dwyer, NVcnJcll Anrlcr'
son. Thomas Callinan.
Row 3 Torn Challoncr, Vvhrrrrn Anllcrson, john Enlow. Rorlnry Bray, Karl Bughholz, Tom Evans, Kcnncth Bohn, jackic Braa, Edgar
Bakkr. Davul Bmrgrn. Rowland Bcrnis, Vv'illiam Carllslc.
Row 4 Pat Cosgrlll, Xvxlhcr fil1IlSIl-XTISMU, Rohcrl Amlrrson, Kvnnuth lniurhholz, Milo Andre. Rohrrt Brown, Du N
Classrm, Kcrnnl Engcbrctson.
Nor lx Pxrrrkrz john Beach, Daryl Chlal, llolwrl Conrad, Rolwrt Dollar.
am Adams, Null
MISS WILLIAMS' HOME ROQM
Rim 1 'Mfr to Righr Ilvlight Vv'hcmpncr, Hulcn Schonmzikcr, Elaine Wcbch. Elayne Upton. I7ui1ii.x Stcmcr. Amlwul XV1ls-vii, Eumcr
I'ir.rl't. Ixhrlclinr Urunnl, Vivian Mnlstrrvm. Hclcn Muric Fluvog, Eilcrn Godfrcv.
Row 2' Hgirrict Hoglund, Shirlcy Bullock, Miirimrcr ylohnscn, Nrvrccn Vsliigl. Mziriun Erickson. Ruth Elgncr. Margaret Zcnli,
Nor ix Ihr Tum: Gladys Andcrson, Esther Cunxuilglsm,
MISS ,IOHNSONS HQME ROOM
Row 1 Lefz ru Right Vivienne Marsh! Aim Igvirigsmrxc, I.orr.unc Lynch.
Row 2 Muriel Mrxdscn. Phyllis Prolwsthcld, Mairgzirut McCarty, Shirlcy Pstcrsun. Lucillr Nyrlahl. Mzxrggirct Lrurshhough. Banu' Ihniri.
Row 3 - Virginia Murray, jcancttc Martin, Dorothy Monson, Gloria Mocllcr. Miss johnson, Janice Nulsun, FICQIIICIYC Lystcr, Mnrgir
Munson, Lila Lorz. Ivlclvai Preston.
Row .4 ffBcth Ann Piers, Phyllis Omlwcrg, Evonnc Mickelson, juni Pzirizck, Lois Nclson, Marv jzmc Morgm, Butty Proxxm, jean Mc
Furlm, Shirley Nutt, Beatrice McCurl.
Row S -Lumsc McDoxx'atlI, Bctty Pctcrsun, Dorothy Opprgaril. Erhul Grccnhnusc. Ruth Mull. -Iczm Mason. Bcity Islay O'D.iy, lhvl
r is PIQTIRY: Ardis Maint..
A f '
MR. BRIDGEFORDQS HCJME ROOM
Rim I Lv!! in Rxghl ilu XX.nnv Llcn. ,hmvs Fxllnwrv. Vv'vud.nll Arhnrt. Kkxrl Kan-Ink, Thumqs Hclxmlwrv, Rulwrt lk-vlm
llwxx' VC.xII.xcc Blwlx, ,lusgph Kvllsx, Dun Brvrggcsrvlx. Cfvnl Dwycx Ilclnmr Luswn, I.cvm.nxl Andcrsun, Qurntmn Lumlqmr D vu
Ru-xx Dmnmc Aclwr. Art l1mrg.u1. Uwrklmx I7ms.xml, l.4m'rvncv Curnnumls. Brcmmx Kmxklsun. Dnumld Amlursun. Oman Du.
Row 4 Vern jwhrusuxm, Bvvlw lkxldwlrm, -lack lhvvnprwrt, Krmwlh Uctnmn. Russull Hwulz. Wxllmm Amumlsun, Rulwrr FIIVSF,
Ibm' r Fmnk Qlfmvs, Llmdrm Bums, Uulj jmkuws, Bcu Lcmzcn, Huh Bush.
Rwx fu Thwrms I.nt'rhw1sv, Mr lKr1xlQvtrv11l, flhllf lmh.
MISS UKERLUNITS HCUME RCJOM
Ibm' I Lcyf tu Rnghr Burn' IH-rvrsm. ML-Hu Prlcs.
Rcm z Elmxwn Rxgk, Mun Vamgurnld, Duns Syhnntz. Maxx Rknmhch. Fx.mm.-s XV.'sr11qk. Mxsw Uksvluml, ,lu.m1t,x Th.mlw1', I..xRn,n
Thuxnpsrm. Eh-,mur Rwslvy, Bully Shcmui,
Row gf- Fmmvs NVQ. Imllsc Vvfxgncr. Drxmthy Twlqhr. Yvcvnm Thrvmlucr, Mum: Ulxvcr, Helm Rfvslcv. Drumxhx' XY1ll14uns,
Nl-lsun, Yvummv Tmhlxl, Ah-1' Olscn, Dumrhv Stn-xx-5, Ch.nrluttu Tlvrncy.
Ruw ,VV H-'Im Uthus, B1-rnlcu Pctursun, I.1lHnn Sw.m54m, Bul1nlv,lv.xn Nclsmu, M.xruur1v Ymlcr. Ruth Olsun, E
Nm I1 Pu rl nu I.u1s Sprunisuml,ih'w1'u1.nT.n1ntvr.
MISS NOWATZKl'S HOME ROOM
Row 141.5-fl rn Rxghtf Mavis Berg. Norma Krogen.
Row 2fMiss Nowatzlcl, Vlrglnla Legler, jean l"lcrlvr.xndson. Lols johnson, Ellzalscrh Larson, Betty Fostcson. Marlorlc Meyer, Blai-
alyne Jackson, Betty Byers. Mary Bnsrol. Helen Dlctz.
Row Qfpfilfl Coulter. Valedia Anderson, Sylvll Barstad, June Davis, lvlarlon Cares. Bcrnettc lsaalz, Maloria Hanson, Darlene Joy, lwlar-
voric Bloom, Florence Hanson, V vlan Murrv:V,CQncv1evc Lovelace, Dorothy Kung. Hazel Hooper. Helen Dietz, Arlene Alsakcr.
Row 4 Dons Anderson, Bernice Lumle, Ardith johnson. Shirley Hohnclcc, Margaret Madson, Ruth Jacobson, Gayle Brantseg.
Nor N Prmrnec Hr-leo Anderson, vlulxct Lcrlrv.
MR. WHITLOCK'S HOME ROOM
Row 1-f Left to Rxghl: Marvin Olson, Gordon Oster, ,lamcs Schroeder, Glenn Wcldling, ,lolm Saul, Robert Thompson. Howard Rui,
Clavron Mellwy, Mr. Whltlock.
Row 2---l.aVcrne McCroskcy, Lclloy Shiek, xvllldfll Schnellc, George Mlrras, james Solsten, Mifflll Srenc, Thomas Manley, Clavroxm
TlCIgCDS, Robert Pomeroy.
Row 3- Ervm Westrxek, Sam Rogers, Lawrence Pederson, Vdllrer Paraoro. jerry Morrow, john Thoe.
Row .p--Harold Van Erm, Don Thompson, Phlllxp Swanson. ,lcwell Rows.
mlinson, Erv Tallhcrg, jack W1llx.1ms.
MRS. HELFERTYS HOME ROOM
Row r Left m Rxghl: Norma Hanson, FaycGorthy,Glor1a Hanson, DcVon Illgt-n. Mzlry' L. Kromcr, Laura Hugclcn. jcannc johnson
lrcnc Kamis, Madelyn johnson, jane Krucgrr, Barlwara Grqvlng, Verna Huhcr.
Row 7. Marv Hackett, Margarrt Kessler, Bvch Kelly, Doris johnson, lvlary K, Hcislcr, Bctty jean Hclscth, Bona Ura Holman, Mary
jcannr' johnson, Vlrgmla Knlocn, Mary janc Fchr, Dons Hcndcrson.
Row gf Mrs. Hqlfrrty, Eumcc Kcsslcr, Barbara Holsnmh, joan Klmsman, Dolores Knsta, Dorothy Hcggcncss, Helen jorgcnson, Eleanor
Kcnnuly, Dons Huseth, Phyllls Hclhcrg.
Row 4 Y 'Edna johnson, Beverly Halhcxscn, Mary Gronland, Eunlcc johnson. Gcorglana Fortin. Mary janc johnson.
Nor N Pmruu: Dcnisc Hcgnc.
MR. ROBINSONS HOME ROOM
Row r 'Left ro Rxght Donald Nclson, Russvll Kloystad, Donald Matson. Clifford Mon I
ow 1 Rav lviarun. Ted Lysalccr, Aldcn Nystul, Mr. Rohm-non Fl fl'
uw 3 -Pncrtcl Larson, jamss Larson, jamus Nvlson D
Burnutlu Knutson Phil K
R nn 4 Rx h
tp alscr, Georg ' M
. . A1 ord lvlyhra, VJ. ll. "
, uanc Leahy, N '
. naulz, Donald L
Y .p acl Nogowslu. K
A no Larson, Rohcrt Mascr, joh
orman Mocn, Lcsrcr Knutson, R l '
ontz. Roy Mlllcr, Dan Mcllxxi .
cnt Nymon, jamcs Ivinrxnvillc. D '
uxrt Mclviullcn, Hugh O'Dan1cls,
gm. Donald Ivlorrow.
onaltl H . Nulson, Donald Novaria, Vernon MLGU ' '
xrt, Harold lvfadsnn,
MR. SCHRQEDER S HL
Row rf -Lfjr ro Rrglrr: Clrnyton XX'rctl1nrl. Prcsron XX'ooJrn1l,. Norman Vowlus. XX'V.rn NVu1rzcl. Fmnlq Srunnrlcrs,
Thompson, john Townr.
Km' 1 -Hrarvcv Stnlusloun. Hnrvfy Rltrcr. Vv'1lh.xm Scvcrson. Thomas Skogrn. Rohcrt Pcrtllt. Clarcncv U'Ncrll.
Row 3' fAMr. Schroeder, Al Schwrlllcr. Hurry Rlntoul. Clinton Spear, Dean Roscmlurit. james Reynolds. Don Sorlm Lkon Stull
Torlwnson. Rohurt Smrth, Ksnncth Worrrrll.
Row 4 -jacques Stockman, Bcrnzml Ray. Dan Polls. Harm' Paper, Lurhfr Olson. Euucnv Trsnl. Allcn XV11g.
Nor xx Plx'I'l kr: Vfzxllzucc Plath, Arnold Rooks, llohvrt Shrlncl, Vvrrln' Smith,
MR. KASTETMS HOME RQUM
Row 1 -I.ffrruR1ghr: Alhcrl Brnncllv, Larvsrn Dsnls, Bruce Bvcrs. Don Curtis. Gus Axrous,
Row 2 Louns Eaton. ,lack Askcxx. Calvin D,rrg.m. Mr. Kastct. Vv'.rll.xcc Anderson. Vsfxync Cnmlor. Tom Allen Emrl Amlrrson Drllxrt
Clrrllrl, Drln Duncan.
Row Eugcn-: Byc, Gmc Boldt. NV1lh.1m Crrlchflcld. Earl Bmllas, Sum Braxmlcs, Earl Aclwrmmm, jnmcs Eglhcrg C xrl Ekrm
Dr'Vorc, Daxune Andrews, Boh Errclcson. Lomc Chrrrlson. Donald Ackcr. Bob Beeson.
Fxft V111 1 nc
. . ..
Don Rlgh :rr
FC l S
MISS FOVJLERS HOME ROOM
Row 1 Lsyr rn Rmht' Muxlrl Hnmislry, Cmxnw Cusvv, W.m.I.1 Ahlmtt. Rum Hxshnp
Huw z lhwmllxx Akrv. Clmsl A?wx'.xh.urxxsnn. Ellzlxlwth IKl'x1rxsvwld, Alum' Dm-rr, Mums Bnnlnr. Gmgf Blur. Patty Lfvu Uulsuu, Lxlhu
Bums. Alum' Mlm Brmlshw, 15.111 Aumwrh, Elmsv I7,wxs,Sh1rlus' Burr'
limw 3 .Ir.x11Bvn1x114t, M,nrMmr1v Akrv, Hnzcl Exuunsun. Burrv Engfl, L1ll1.m Amlvrswu. Mxss I'mx'1.-rg Vmzlum Frhkcy.Ch.ml'lwtu'I7ra12f'.
Clxlwf Cfhmtisr, I,urr.um- Almil.
Huw 4 Eh-,nun Chssxxtt, Hmrwr Buvlc, M.nmm I3swm, M.uv Clxu1uu1m, Dfumfhv filmsv, Tvicrry Buqh.m.m, B.-My Engl.-shui. V.-x.n
llxvlh. Iinpf Bxlflmhulz.
llcwxx fu M.mh.4 Ihvxs, Brrty D.-C.ump. I.wrr,nnu Clrvlvxmn
MISS PULLOCKS HOME RCJOM
Nm r 1.511 ru Rnghr Bfvcrlv Nclsun. Edna llylmcv. Hslrn Lcrc, Annmm Ivicflmncll. lime Ndgcl. R.-lwcm L1vmgcwuJ.
Ruxx 1 lflhls lixnm, lluimm M1llL'r, 1h'm'V1rvr ll.x1sl.-I, Urhnm Pu.xrs4m. Bctrv l.rVuhl, Luqxllu Mglvinhmn. Lurlh Nvstul, june Muna
Russ. Ruth Punt. Rnscnmry Ruud, Bcrtv Kay Lnumxs, Mgmurlu Pam-rsmw.Sybx1 Pull, Fmnu-s Lldcnlwryl.
Row fl ffharlultc Rwthncm, Harrxrt Tviucn, Miss Pullngk, Olwc Tvhstcrsrm. Burn' nl. Rasmussen, Durvvrhy Ruunl, Nlxrmlyun N1fuq'l1"
Adulmu NurJ.,Iznqx1cl1uc Olsurw, Ivfildrcd Mclqulit, llxllu' l'ctcrsuu,Uax11 Pull, Crum' Raislux.
liuw 4 Clmmf Olson, Ruth M,urrsrwy1, Srclln Ohnsnul, Marqxlcrltv Plxvlknrm, Harm.-I Qmck, IMA Larson A
Mucunv Lzxgxmnl, Bvttx' Ann Msmlcy,
. rdls Rucl. Ivhrwrw Nwvrlw
MISS ROWLANDS' HOME ROOM
Ron v fLe-ft IU Right: Francrs Salzwcdcl. Marilyn Tompkins, Marion Solcm. Mary Tilden, Gencvievc Valley.
Row z fVirginia Solherg, Marjorie Schmallcn. Parts' Wilson, Bctty Lou Thompson. Miss Rowlands, Margaret Shcrc, Barbara Svcgardcn,
Marian Stcmmc. Barloarzx Tighc,
Row I -Phyllis Steidl, Berry Mae Shrek. Patricia Slcadland, Beverly Simons. Alcan Thompson. Helen Waxler, Martha Sundhlad, Gladys
Siiaai. Marion Simon, Frances Swccncy. Berry Schumann. Hcrtha Trace. Alice Swanson, Gail Swecn. Doris Tcnneson.
MR. HORLOCKEKS HOME ROOM
Row v - Lefz zu Right' Ralph Cunkclman. Irvin Hanson, Lcc Hartwig, Clayton johnson. ,lack Holmes.
Row 1 Mr. Horlocker, Ohcrt Kirrlcsrud, Tony Karakirsoo. Rohcrt Flynn, Warren Golden, David Gunthorpe, Roy Burns, Donald
Hetzlcr, Richard Herman.
Row 3 'jay Fladseth, Lorcnz Crumm, Louis Hoffman, Mzirk Hcdland. Glenn Flint. Gcorge Gihh, Wesley' Henderson, Roy Gillig, Glenn
lohnson, Vvlilliam Hagen. Foster jcnscn.
Kvcncy. Duane Houlcom. Dale Hart. Rolwcrt Hook. Dale Fcnstad, Louis Green. Luc Hildcn. Robert Faiman, Rohert ,lcpson
' 'r H'xum, Harold Kanahlc.
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Nm lx PIA IL RE: Hrrulrl Hay, XV.xltcr Halhnu. Cl.urv D.xhlmcn, Vvlnx, lirlwn,
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Row 1 Lefr zo Rxglmz' Minrgcry M.nrg.uch. Colleen Wlnlluni. Dclorvs Pl.u.lsrn. Lois M.xlxi1, Miss W'c4t, Norma Thnclccr, June I..x:cj.'
Row 1 Lcnorc Slmonson, Adcllnc Olson. ,lunv Rosc, Durothv Myhrzx. Ennicc XV.ulstcr, Kznhlccn Scvcrson. Elaine Tompt. Mzlry' Lol
Pinckncy, Ruth McDoXx'cll. V
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B tlcr Shirley johnson, Dorothy johnson, Ruby Bescth.
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' r June rlohnston, Violet Holzgqml, klnnc Gllhert. Doro
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. . . 4 . . . .Kathleen Tierney
Ella May Reynolds
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4 4 . . .Doris Bjorklund
. . 4 . .Mxss Ellison, Mr. Schroeder
, . . Jerry Morrow
4 . . 4 . . .Hazel Hooper
. . . 4 Miss Schjeldahl,
. 4 . . .Mary Tilden
. .Donald Crothers
4 . . . . .Dorothy Ruud
. . . . .Bob Dawson
. . . .Colleen Wallum
. 4 . . . 4Lenore Simonson
. . . 4 .Wesley Anderson
. . . . .Mr. Horlocker
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Lrfr to Right: jones, lviason, Narum, Pile, Gunvaldscn, Mr.
Ncrhus, Mr. Tighe, Heislcr, M.nJ,G.1lla4her, Fuller, Morrow, Brant, Tiltlcn.
democratic school" is the slogan of this group of students.
With wrinkled foreheads and busy brains the Supreme Court of Fargo High sits in session
every Tuesday to discuss any problem which the principal, on behalf of the faculty, may
"A democratic council for a
bring before them.
Only a year old, the Fargo High Student Council has many projects to its credit.
h f ulatin of a student code of ethics In this
The major task for this year was t e orm g .
connection several assemblies were held. In an effort to get back all the missing books
from the library, a Library Book RoundfUp Week was set aside in which more than one
hundred stray or overdue books were recovered.
In March the council assisted the Cynosure Annual staff in a selling campaign. Also
it sponsored a safety contest. The "AllfSchool Skips," a series of afterfschool dances,
ontinued at intervals throughout the year with the music provided by Frank Scott's
orchestra, A committee composed of Ruth Brant, Esther Gunvaldsen, Leota Gallagher,
Bill Narum, and jack Heisler was formed to meet with a faculty group to discuss the prob'
lem of attendance.
Leota Gallagher and Weiidell Pile were sen as g
f St dents Councils Convention held in Minneapolis on November 1849. It is also
t dele ates to the Northwest Federation
planned to have the council aililiated with the national organization and to send delegates
to district and national meetings.
To close the year properly, the council members gave themselves a banquet to which
they invited all the members of last year's student council.
President ,..,.., ............ .... L e ota Gallagher
VicefPresident ...,... .......... R uth Brant
Secretz1'ryf'1"reasurer. . . . .... Esther Ganvaldsen
Adviser ....,...... ,,...... M r. Nerhus
Row ie-Left to Righr: Dolve. Wien.
Row 1 fBrant. Miss Novvarzki. Miss C-rcrzinger, Miss Rowlands, Mrs. Carsrens, Miss Weaver. Miss Rusch, Mr. Tigh-:.
Row SYMI. Rice. Carr. Mr. Robinson, Mr. Sorlivn. Mr. Vavrina, Mr. Cecka, Miss Carney, Gallagher.
Row 4--Miss Sovrka, W'cst. Punron. Miss Vvlcst. Rim-hardt, Wichmainii, Donovan,
Literary and Music Commission
What Congress is to the United States, the Literary and Music Commission is to
Fargo High. To guide and govern the organizations of the school is the purpose of this
At the suggestion of Mr. Tighe sixteen years ago the Literary and Music Com'
mission was formed. Solving problems of the various societies has been its main duty.
Membership of the Commission consists of the advisers and vicefpresidents of all
the societies. Unlike other clubs, it has only two officers, the presiding chairman and the
secretary. The faculty members elect the firstg the students the latter. At the hrst meetf
ing they are both elected by the entire group.
Mr. Tighe, an exfofiicio member of the Commission, has the privilege to veto any
act ofthe organization.
Duties of the commission
' regu ations of
the organizations, making a calendar for the social events ofthe various clubs, and planning
the AllfSociety Party. Meetings are not held regularly, but are called only when there is
important business to lie discussed.
This . . r e purpose of making a survey
of the student interests and activities which is to be follo d b
-, we y a reorganization of
societies. The new plan will go into effect next year.
this year consisted of setting the rules and l
year tvvo special meetings have been called fo th
Presidmg Chairman . , ...... . . . . Miss Nowatzki
Secretary ........... . . .Ruth Brant
School days! School days! Even our parents go to school. How? At the beginning
of each semester a "go-tofschool night" is held when parents trudge from room to room to
check up on Johnny and Mary and to beam with pride as longfsuffering teachers extol
virtues or explain difliculties.
Besides these usual ugoftofschool nights" varied programs were presented through
the association, and many stimulating and educational topics were discussed.
To mention a few: Dr. Otto Byers of the North Dakota State College spoke on
"Youth Guidance", Superintendent Kirk discussed the "Educational Tax Dollarug while
Miss Ann Brown, head of the Art Department of the North Dakota State College, led
an informal discussion on a fine art exhibit sponsored by the Home Economics and Art
Departments of Fargo High. In this exhibit prints from fine art master pieces representing
the French, Italian, Flemish, English, Spanish, German, and American schools were disf
Cpportunity was also given for the public appearance of Fargo High School pupils
when for several of the meetings musical numbers, hoth vocal and instrumental, were pref
sented through the music department of the school. At one of these meetings Wendell
Pile entertained with flute solos, while at others, quartets and trios sang.
The school nights, the informal discussions, the student participations, and the
opportunities for fellowship during the social hours all contributed toward establishing a
closer relationship between our homes and our school.
President ...... ............ ...... M r . C. E. Hagen
VicefP'resident. . . ..,.. Mrs. C. Whempner
Secretary ...... .... M rs. Leigh Monson
'Treasurer ...., ..............., . . .Mr. J. P. Schroeder
Row if Mrs. Rilling, Mr. Schroeder, Mrs. Recd, Mrs. Lcelwy.
Row 2-fMrs. Monson, Mr. Tighe, Mr. Hagen, Mrs. Whcmpncr.
Row if Left to Right: R. Houlmm, Bogciiricf, Fuller, Mr, Tight-, P. Smith, Schollanclcr, Alacohson.
Row lf- Fcrcho. lircdrickson. Amlwrs, Oschvvaltl, Bran, lvli1lrc.ntly,Pl.ltt, Rcrd. Mcl.,lllghl1n,
National Athletic Scholarship Society
Calling all athletes! Have you the required qualifications to enter the National
Athletic Scholarship Society of Fargo High?
Football, basketball, track, tennis, and hockey these are the main sports in which
the Fargo High boys participate. To recognize those who excel in these sports is the
purpose of the society, For thirteen years our school has had a chapter of the national
The purpose of the club is fulfilled by giving recognition to those boys who for three
consecutive semesters have held a scholastic average above the general average of the
schoolg have been awarded a letter in athletics, either for intramural or interscholastic
activitiesg and have shown an excellent type of sportsmanship and citizenship.
Principal Tighe, who has served as president and is at present treasurer of the na'
tional organization, is the prominent member of the group.
At the annual banquet and dance of the Nationa
the National Scholarship Society are the guests.
Althou h 1
g no regu ar meetings are held, the club calls one meeting a year, which is in
the spring, for the purpose of electing the ofhcers for the following year.
l Honor Society, the members of
This club has a significant meaning to Fargo High School, for in 1925 the national
organization was formed by four men, one of whom was Mr. Tighe.
President ....,. . , . . , .
. . . .Hiram Fuller
Vicefllresident. , . . , ,Mathew Platt
Secretary ,.... . ,.., Phillip Smith
Treasurer. . . Don Schollander
Adviser .,,. Mr. Tighe
Who knows A-perhaps Americas future ambassadors, diplomats, and statesmen will
be plucked from the field of the IQBQ debate crop.
This year's question for high school debate throughout the nation was 'lResolved,
That the United States should establish an alliance with Great Britain." Undoubtedly
all the haranguing that has been put forth in debate circles this year will do little to inf
fluence the deeds of those iron men who hold the world's destiny in their hands, but at
least it has aroused young minds to the problems of today and tomorrow, which they must
Under the guidance of Coach Krueger, assisted by Miss Hanson and Mr. Horlocker,
these Mark Anthonys and Patrick Henrys have nursed the art of selffexpression to an
even higher degree.
Representing Fargo High at the debate clinic sponsored by the M.S.T.C. High
School in the fall were Lorene Candor, Donald Hoag, Jack Heisler, Bernadine Tivis, Janice
Nelson, Fred Hagen, Howard Evanson, and Ruth Brant.
In February the Mayville State Teachers' College sponsored a debate clinic which
served as a preliminary for the district tournaments to follow. Upholding Fargo's laurels
in the A division Cexperiencedj were Don Hoag, jack Heisler, and Ruth Brant. In this
group Don Hoag received a 1oo'f'2r speaker rating. Sweepstake honors in the B division
Cinexperiencedj were won by Bernadine Tivis and Janice Nelson.
Competing in the district tournament at Valley City, April 22, were Lorene Candor,
Bernadine Tivis, Don Hoag, and Ruth Brant.
Withiii the walls of F. H. S. a fiery debate tournament was held among the intramural
proteges, who are being groomed for greater glories in the interscholastic class for next
Row i --Left to Right: Hoag, Heggeness,
Row 2 --C. Hagen, Tivis, Brant, Candor, Hvidston, Hagen, Schnell. Hanson, Hanna, Heisler,
Row yi-Ray, Mr. Krueger, Nelson, Tighe, lvfoellcr, Aamoth, Bemis, lrwln, Evauson, lvfartln.
. ational Honor
3 S -
President. ,.,. . .... Betty Lynne
VicefPres. .,,. Patricia Bjorlcland
Secretary. . . . ..... Ruth Maid
Treasurer. . . . . .William Narum
Advisers. . . . . .Miss Nelson,
Row 1---Left rn Right: Hoverson, Saxxniwcber, Ners, Hoeger. Row 3 --Brant,DietZ, L. Johnson, Arneson,PutZ,
Larson. Tollefson. Row .4fqh-lnsky, Fuller. Platt. Larson, Donovan, Hocft, Rulon, Bjorklund, Lceby, Hof'
Row 1 'C.xn+lnr, Berge, Holland. M. Nelson, Dygve, Ruud, Felde, Bean, Katz, mann,Bohn,Cl1ll,Lorshbough,Kennedy.
Magill, Nymon, Ford, Sifntr, Mrs. Scatterelay. Row 4'A'Nllfllm, Anderson, Boruski, Brophy,
Crorhcrs. Row if-fC.nrter, Lynne. Maid, Gallagher. Bahe, O'Day, Kessler, Heiberg, Scholl'
Row 3-ilcss, Andrecsen, McKenzie, D. Thomp' Row 2-- Hoag. Peterson, Kosra, B. johnson, andcr, Arntson, McLaughlin.
son. Stcnhvrm, Gunthnrpe, Mi-lby, Monson, Russel, Blorklund, Thomas NormP1crumz: j. Helsler, Humphreys, Staples,
Dodge, Ross, Flnsantl. Trace, Ulvan, Killing, Miss Nelson. B. L. Thompson, Severson.
The curtain risesg a hush falls over the auditorium, soft music is being played. Who are these girls in
white? Four students are carrying large torches representing scholarship, courage, character, and leader'
ship f-the cornerstones of the National Honor Society. One by one, as their names are called, the new
members light the candles they are carrying from the torches of the old members. After the president has
pinned the colors of the society on them, they take their places in the ranks of the old members.
In 1925 the Fargo High School chapter became a member of the National Honor Society. Those eligf
ible for membership are fifteen per cent of the Senior A class, ten per cent of the Senior B class, and five per
cent of the Junior A class.
They are yours! Yes, you are the ones who elected these lads and lassies to the Sportsmanship Club
because of their sportsmanship qualities, conduct, and activities. As only five per cent of the student body
may be elected, it is a hard task, isn't it?
Organized in 1928, the Sportsmanship Club is a member of the National Sportsmanship Brotherhood.
For the eleventh time this club has added another successful year to the records of Fargo High.
After the nominations have been made by the student body, and the faculty has indicated its approval,
the linal list is submitted to the juniors and seniors who vote for those who they consider will most ably
foster the ideals of Sportsmanship.
Row 1-Left to Right: Gallagher, Minld. Narum, Brown. Row 4- Dvgvc. Carcv, Platt. Balm, Kennedy,
Row 2-Carr, Langliu, Punton. Ness, Putz, Row i loloskv, Powell. Biorlllund. Trace. Gunvaldscn, Fred-
Cartcr, Hflsler, Mr, Rice. Row 2 Rllllng, Lynne, Biorklnnd. U. Anderson, riclrson. Rccil.
' Pile, Hagcn,Cosgr1lf, B. johnson, Hocfi, Rorhrock. Rolon, M. Rite, Noi is Picrrmz Fuller, Schcrling, E. Smith,
' r lvson. Clapp, Row 3 Fowler, Zcis. Houkom. Staplrs. Monson. Thomas.
' d. S Pancratz, Hook, For-Qho. Sullivan, Noi iN Plcirxi' Blarlr, lirunzcllc, Long. Shot'
Arncson. wcll, XY.1rnvr. Hallwlscn.
r ' n, Brant, ,lato
'Cihbon. l'or ,
Row .4fPaulson, jones, lvlat
Pctcrson, Donovan, Birch. Nm
President ..,.... .Kenneth jones
VicefP'res. ,... Anabelle Donovan
Secretary. . .Fannie Helen Dygve
Treasurer ,....,.... Dick Brown
Adviser. . . . . .Mr. Rice
: 4 d ' 5 g J
Row Left ro Right: Pratt, Miss Ncvwzntzki, Anderson, Slcmme, Lindsay, Schulz. Crow, Zrxs. Toomey, Ccisc, L. johnson. Henning.
landsay. Thacker, Langseth.
Row flloslsy, -lohnsen, P. Peterson, Alter, Simons. Haas. Reynolds, Swanson, Andre. l.. johnson, Tivsrney.
Row ---Stockman. Banks, Olson. D, Anderson, Askew, Miller, Erdahl. Rlnehartlt, lwiailsen. Anderson.
Row Burfening, Carey. Matzc, Mxkkelson, Palmer, Arneson.
History C lub
To know nothing of the past is to understand little of the present and to have no
conception of the future."
Organized in September, rogz, the History Club strives to further each members
knowledge of history.
At the first meeting of the school year Mexico was the subject of study.
In addition to student papers and discussions, several members of the faculty who
had recently visited Mexico contributed their experiences and observations. Mr. Galvin
described a Mexicaii Bull Fightg Mr. McCutcheon showed slides and pictures, Mr.
Schonberger described the vegetables and animal life of the country, as well as his unique
experiences with the native people and their customs.
The Christmas meeting consisted of a combination historical program and social
hour. A series of historical facts were stated, interspersed with errors. The student
who detected the greatest number of errors was given a prize. Bill Toomey emerged the
A visit to an exhibition of early pictures and possessions of Northwest pioneers,
sponsored by the Pioneer Daughters, was the first regular meeting of the second semester.
In March an assembly program commemorating the liftieth year of North Dakota's
statehood was given.
The concluding program was on the literature of our state.
President. . . . . .Margaret Zeis VicefPresident .... Fern Rinehardt
Secretary, . . . . .Charles Matze Treasurer ..,. .... B ill Toomey
Adviser, . . ...,.......... . . . ...,,. . . .Miss Nowatzki
"A stitch in time saves nine" seemed to be the motto not only of the Euthenics Club
this year, but also of Mr. Tighe, for at his suggestion the club undertook its latest project.
Click, click went the thimbles as the girls worked busily binding the necks of the grad'
uation gowns. Each year some service project is undertaken by the club to help develop
interest and cooperation in the needs of the school or community.
Since its organization in 1927, the Euthenics Club's aim and achievement has been
to promote a better understanding between home economics and its relationship to the
home and community. To accomplish this the club has been organized on an educational,
professional, and social basis.
To develop personality, selffreliance, and democratic leadership, the club's monthly
meetings are formal. It is understood that each girl does her part to make them pleasant,
interesting, and educational.
How should I wear my hair? and What type of clothes would suit my needs? are
questions often asked by girls. These are answered and discussed by members at the
meetings. Often speakers from department stores and other schools inform the girls on such
topics as "How To Determine a WellfMade Garment" and "How Becoming Is MyHat?"
The largest social affair this year was the St. Patrick's day tea given for the Mothers.
However, parties within the group were frequently given.
FxRsT SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER
President .,..,.......... Louise Wagner President ...........,...... Doris Law
VicefPres1dent. . . ...... Gloria West VicefPres1dent ,.,.,,...,,.. Alice Olwin
Secretary ...... . . .Helen Solwick Secretary ......... Dorothy Herbrandson
Treasurer .... .... J ean McFarlin Treasurer. . . ...... Hazelle Fossum
Adviser ..,..............,............ ....,,...... . , .Miss Sowka
Row 1-Left ro Right: Dudley, Solwick, johnson.
Raw ffosfaingiy, Nyaahi, wiisan, Miss sawla., Vfilliams, Doris. www.
Raw 3-Yfniinaich, Mcrafxm, oiwm, Greenhouse, Wesch, Swcen, was. Liiniihngcn. my
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Row 1-Lefz zo Right: Fchr, Hanson, Doerr. Twight, Dygvc, Shore. Alm, Pile, R. Anderson, Hagen.
Row 2'fVold, Carlisle, Hcrbnmdsnn. Amos, Wcstrick, Thompson, Mr. Robinson, Nymon. Amlrecsscn.
Row 3-"Hahnc, Sthollander, Rush, Whipple, Kiblcr, Ewy, Holritz, Scastmnd, Bruns.
To many the wliys and whevefores of this world are more interesting than the tangible
objects. People with minds such as these comprise the Science Club.
Since its organization in 1920, the ideal of the Science Club has been to develop and
promote scientific knowledge and fellowship. Being number one in North Dakota and
number fiftyflive in the United States, this club has been accepted as a member of the
Student Science Clubs of America, a national organization sponsored by the Pennsylvania
At the AllfSociety Party the club presented to the new members its semifannual
initiation entitled 'iThe Experience of the Five Senses." Meetings are held monthly,
ending the year's activities with a picnic. These meetings consist of motion pictures,
field trips, and programs. Flaring lights, clashing noises, and appearances of fire fre'
quently observed in the chemical laboratory by passersfby illustrate the thrilling work of
the Science Club in its noteworthy programs.
President ,...,. ...,.... .,.. F a nnie Helen Dygve
VicefP'resicle11t. . . ...... Clayton Rush
Secretary ..,.,. ...,, . .Wendell Pile
Treasurer. . . . . .Donald Schollander
Adviser, . ,..., Mr. Robinson
At the opening of the second semester of th'
is year, the Hobby Club was organized
to replace the Radio Club, which ceased to function upon the graduation of all but three
of its members and the departure of its adviser, Mr. Anderson.
The club is made up of three ro h
g ups: t ose interested in model airplanes, who are
at present in the majority' those whose inter 't l' l
, es ies a ong photographic lines, and a
few of those stude tr h ' ' ' '
n s W ose hobby is radio There is on
. e icensed radio operator in the
group, john DW er wh
y , o operates under the call WQQQY
. s soon as the license can be
transferred, he and the other members of the radio group plan to put into operating conf
dition the rgofwatt shortfwave station W GTB l d
9 , ocate in the office adjacent to the
physics room, Where the club holds its meetings.
Having been organized only a short time, the members
f ' I
have not as t
. ny major prolects, but are at present contemplating the ambitious one of constructin
radiofcont ll d ' f '
ro e gasoline
motorfpowered model airplane. Th
ViCC'PTC5id6Hf . . .
Treasurer . . .
Adviser. . .
Row i-Left to Right: Dwyer, Bogenricf, Mr. McCutchccwn, Nlcycrs, Smith, Hcadland.
Row 2m"GCOYgV, Dills, Linberg, Ewy, Dodge, Hess.
is should prove ver
. , .Charles Dills
. . ,John Dwyer
. . . . .Kelly Smith
. . . . ,Jack George
. .3 Q -
. . , . . . . .Gloria Barbee
VicefP'resident ...,. Jocelyn Birch
Sec'y.f'I'1er1s. ..., Doris Bjorklund
Advisers .....,. Miss Rowlands,
Row iflxft to Right: l. Olson, Rylancc, Buch'
ancn, Kosta. johnson. Wilsiin, Tildcn.
Brady. Vvhxlrers, Punton, S, Putz.
Row 1-Reynolds. Block, Christizmsrm, Tix-is.
Rothncm. Whempner, M. ,l. Dietz.
Row 3-Slilonsby, Hnglen, Gleason. lloen. H.
Thompson. Engebretson, Williams. Kirt-
Row 4fHuglcn, Wcidling. Srronu. Utresi-n
Row 1- -Lefr
ln Right: Monson, Lorshbough.
Schnell, Schulz. Mnueller, Livingstone,
Black, Cosgriff, Lynch, Ames.
Row 2--Wiirner, Bristol, Parizek, Miss Row'
lands, Brunzell, Ward.
Row 3-O'Day, Wagner, Thorne Pi
. ll, Dc way,
ipp, Rudrud, Hi johdsun,
groiner, Brant, Peterson, Azimuth,
Row 4+Hfai'ilen, Howe, Winn, C. Anderson.
Morrison, Carnme, Daniels, Hilliarel.
Row sf-Mincrte, Bullock, j. Peterson, XV.irt.mi,
Vim! Vigor! Vitality! You bet, thats the Pep Club. Under the direction of Miss Kathrine Rovvf
lands and Miss Irene Schjeldahl the club enjoyed another year of fun and frolic. To stimulate interest in
Fargo Highs athletic program, to foster good clean spirit, and to encourage attendance at the games are the
main aims of the Pep Club, a society open to all girls.
The student body received their first peep at Pep Club activities in an assembly presented at the be'
ginning of the football season. Dr. Jocelyn Birch, with nurse Doris Bjorklund assisting, examined "Patricia"
Cosgriff Clfsther Cunvaldsenl, i'Ceraldine" Mulready Clseone Cilbertj, and Bernard Horwitz as Ed Smith for
symptoms of a disease prevalent in all Fargo High pupils, After carefully analyzing the situation, Dr. Birch
proclaimed the ailment to be HFootballitis," for which the only remedy was to attend all football games and
cheer vigorously. jerry Morrow portrayed Mr. Tighe in agreeing to see that the Doctor's orders were
December 1 was the date, the cafeteria the place, and "Gridiron Swing" the theme for the traditional
Pep Banquet given in honor of the football boys. The adoption ofa 'iswingu vocabulary by all the guests,
Pep Club, C ofztzrzuea'
dressed woodenfspoon dolls dotting the tables, and shagging couples pictured on the menu covers carried
out the theme to perfection.
The program following the dinner began with a community sing led by Kenny jones. Grid canary,
Gloria Barbee, acted as toastmaster. Gridator, Doris Bjorklund, welcomed the squad and Grid Cat, Cliff
Rothrock, responded, The Grid Quartet, composed of jack Heisler, Bob Anderson, Bernard Horwitz, and
Paul Madson, produced some real hboogiefwoogiev Charmonyl. Grid Hep Cat, Mr. Tighe, and Wooff
hound, Mr. Bridgeford, were the speakers of the evening. Grid Twister, Mr. Still, presented gold foot'
balls to members of this year's class.
"Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?" was sung by a group of Pep Club enthusiasts
between halves of the Fargo vs. Grand Forks game. In answer to their question a large brown dog composed
of Esther Gundvaldsen, Shirley Peterson, Marion Stemme, and june Rose appeared and jigged. Thus ended
r of the Pep Club.
the busy yea
H 1-kcr. Kalsow.
Raw 1-Left ru Rrglrr: Pcur, .L
Holcomb. Probsrlrcld, Blur, Shcmrd.
Srcnhrcm, Kennedy. D.
r I vying. Miss
Row 2-D, Larson.
Johnson, Solberg, Tight, C r
Schjcldalhl. Eggs. Hnlbcisen, Twlghl,
G. Hanson, Nlcfhrty, Carter.
Row 3-Huglcn, Hogan, F. Berg, Wrchnmnn,
Askew, Bcrgrrn, Garbrrg, Hvlscrh,
ROW 44NClSUD, Sifritr, Dietz. Byorklunrl. Kessler,
Marquissc, Ruud, Putz, Cummrngs.
Tildcn, Alrcrs, Dolvc, Lccby,
Row S-Selvig, Erdahl, Mlllrr, Bristol. Fnsrcsnn,
Row 1-Lcfr zu Right: G.rll.rghvr. Barber,
johnson, Gilbert, Cuscy. Langscth.
zvllaisler, Xyischarr, Rvynnlds, Lynne.
Klmsman, Rose, lflcislsr, Sliaur,
Cory. Jenstad, Alm,
Row 3-iAkrc, Gilbert, Haibruscn lvvrv
Phelan, Kessler, Ryan, Loomis, Simon.
'id, Mfrrtin, Larson, Knut'
' r l. hl, Candor.
son, Brzmrcn, Haztlrx
Row l+LCfI zo Right: Brunsvold, Raisler, Arneson, A. Hanson, V, Hanson.
Row 2-Mr. Vavnna, Miss Pollock, Garry, B. D. Holman, Clnutier, D. johnson, I. Roen, Hoeger, Miss Ludwig.
Row 3-Uthus, S. Hohncke, H. Holman, L, Smith, Wien, A. Roen, Hunsaker, Ford, Ruud, Herman, Humphreys, G. Hanson, Huschka
Row 4fSelvig, McGuire, Ulvan, Fuller, Twedt, Meath, Abbott, Tweeden, Bohn, Monson, M. Hohnckc.
Nor IN PICTURE: Wilson, Kafer, Lindquist,
Fourteen strong survived Ruth Fuller's egg facials and garlic crackers at Tripolitan's
informal initiation ceremonies this year. After this trying experience the members were
permitted to participate in the club's activities.
Meetings for the year included talks, skits, short plays, musical selections, chalk
talks, and humorous dialogues. A program presented under the direction of Robert
Hunsaker was the highlight of this year's activities. Impersonations of Russ Morgan and
Tommy Dorsey featuring Robert Hunsaker and Ed Huschka proved to be entertaining.
"Whats Your Answer?" displayed jack Wilson as an intelligent questioner. A movie on
Old Mexico was enjoyed by Tripolitans through the courtesy of the History Club.
The cabinet of both semesters provided for a new banner, had the oflicers' names
printed on club letterheads, and created a new office, the clerk, which took over part of
the secretaryls duties.
Cabinet: Edna Kafer, Doris Selvig, Tillie Ruud, Avis Hanson, Mary Hohncke.
Program Directors: Harriet Almquist, Evelyn Drager, Amelia Hoeger, Robert Hun'
saker, Harriet Holman, Cora Ulvan.
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Presrdent ...,,,........... Robert Olson
VicefPresiClent .... ....
Chancellor. . .
Treasurer. . .
. . . .james Ford
VicefPresident . . . .
Chancellor. , .
Secretary. . .
. . .James Ford
. .Harriet Wien
. . . .Edna Kafer
, . . .Eleanor Bohn
S.P.Q.R. Classical Club
With a glee that would make Julius Caesar turn over in his grave, the Romans en'
joyed discussing him at their regular monthly meetings this year, as well as listening to
instrumental and vocal renditions, readings, writings, and "lots of nonsense." This club is
composed of those boys and girls who have had at least one term of Latin and have ape
peared before the tryfout committee.
Those admitted to the group in February were compelled to undergo both a formal
and an informal initiation. At the formal candlelight ceremony each initiate received one
of the deities as his special guardian for the year and also a small token from his new patron,
delivered here by none other than Mercury himself. Properly impressed, the new mem'
bers then became the target for some genuine Roman humor darts and then were branded
with the letters S.P.Q.R.
This year everyone in the club worked happily on his favorite committee. As the
demand arose, new committees were formed. Cddly enough, the cleanfup committee was
composed of only girls.
The club's major project was the publishing of the "Nunc et Tunc," a magazine
dedicated to the works and findings of the various Latin classes. This collection of originf
al articles, serious and humorous, was enthusiastically received not only by the school's
Latin fans, but also by those in other states. The editors this year were Ruth Maid,
Kay Kennedy, and Wanda Lee.
Consul. ..... ......... . . .Shelley Hanna
Vice Consul. . . . . .Leota Gallagher
Secretary ..,. ,.... B etty Lynne
Treasurer ...... ,... ........... .... T o m Challoner
Adviser ..................................., , . ,Miss Cretzinger
Row 1-LefrzoR1ghz: K. Ksnnaiy,Lynns, E Jaimsaacf f,.1 1una,Maia,sagf.-n,a.ss.
Row 2-Mrs. Crothers, Ruud, Challoner, Hanna, L. Gallagher, Mason, Allen. Miss Gretzinger, Cordon, Holm.
Row 3iVangerud, M. johnson, Quick, Heggeness, Hugelen, D. Larson, D. Thompson, A. Larson.
Row 4--Hoverson, Felde, M. Kessler, E. Kessler, H. Uthus, W. Lee, Bahe, McKenzie, Paulson, Stenhjcm. Finsaind, M. Nelson, G. Fortin.
Row SAE. Kennedy. P. Peterson, Korsmo, Reed, Dollar, Trubey, Powell, Callinim, Shore.
3' L2 4 f ....
Seiiewitywi 1 rue
, . of -
, l 3 - 5' rs-
Row I Lefi in Riglu' lxliclu-lson, Tholnas. D.xrg.un.
Row 2 Trarc, Scattcrday. Srvcrson. Lenzcn, Miss XX'.:st, lanson li. C. Olson, M. Larson, Barhrc.
Row 3--H. Dietz, liillmorc, Bullock, XX'hempncr, limlr-imkirclx, llunihfupe. Sullivan, NVichln,lnn, ,l. Krista
Row 4' -loss, H Tram. Hixllrnan, Highland, Oslnunil, Staples. NVrfrlinrl, Thompson ,Hein:.
H a rle q ui n
Amateurs today, perhaps professionals tomorrow ethese are the members of the
Harlequin Dramatic Society. iozo was the year in which this cluh was formed for the
purpose of producing plays. The cluh has for one of its guiding principles the knowledge
that a variety of people with a variety of talents are needed in the successful presentation
of any play. Through the medium of its programs the group tries to allow each individual
member to pursue work in that particular field of dramatic art that appeals to him or
where his talent lies Y- acting, lighting, costuming, and makeup.
An attempt is made to see that each member takes part in at least one of the programs,
which are varied, including interpretation of plays, makeup demonstrations, musical selecf
tions, and reports on the various phases of the theater. Harlequins Bulletin Board conf
tains each week new and interesting material for those interested in drama,
Qutstanding programs of the semester included a makeup demonstration given hy
Mrs. Brophy, who made up the characters for a onefact play, "Rosalie", which was pref
sented after the demonstration, and a St. Patrickis day program centered ahout Ireland and
the Irish theater.
At the AllfSociety Party each semester new memhers are tried in a court of old
Harlequins, where they are allowed to present evidence in their own favor.
Harlequin, as is customary, presented an assemhly program on May 3, at which time
the play, "Three's a Crowd", was given.
President. , . , . ,lack Staples VicefPresident. .Bernice Wickmann
Secretary. , . . ,Hazel Trace 'Treasurer ....,.. Virginia Thomas
Adviser, . . . , ,,.,. . . , ...,. Miss West
Z j6'i1,,j4jf f
Kent Literary Society
Debates, music, and literary workgffin these fields lies the keynote of the Kent Liter'
ary Society, active in Fargo High for nearly forty years. During the formal initiation at
the beginning of each semester, the candidates for membership signify their intention of
becoming members by lighting individual candles at three large candles placed on the
officers' desk. The three candles are symbolic of the Kent activities.
Each Kent, in order to maintain his active membership, must submit one original
contribution and must appear on one program each semester. In addition to these activf
ities every member serves on one of the following committees whose duties are: program
--fto prepare a program for each meeting, literaryfeto read and judge literary contribuf
tions, critic-to give a critic's report after each meeting, K. R. A.4to check absences
and tardinesses, roustfafbout- to arrange furniture for the meetings, and art --to edit
the Kent scrapbook.
It is the foremost purpose of the Kent Literary Society to provide its members with
programs of varied interests and entertainment. It is also important that each member add
his bit to the program. At recent meetings informal debates and singlefleader discussions
have met with much success. In accordance with many years of active participation in
school life, Kent continues to be one of the most active societies in Fargo High School.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER
President ............... Williani Narum President .................. jack Heisler
VicefPresident. . . , . .Jocelyn Birch VicefPresident. , . ...,. Odd Jacobson
Secretary ...., . , .Dorothy Clapp Secretary ..... .... D orothy Clapp
Treasurer ......... ..... H i Fuller Treasurer ........... ....... H i Fuller
Program Chairman .... ..., J ean Hoeft Program Chairman .......... jean Hoeft
Adviser ....,..........................,........,........... . . .Mrs. Carstens
Row 1- Left to Right: Lorshhough, Lynch, Horwitz, Killing, Hagen.
Row 1-Bjorklund, Klinsmzm. Swanson, Tviurrison, Hayden, Howe. Putz, Hoeft. Hogan. Mrs, Carsrrns.
Row 34-Sirrs, klcnscn, jones, lhorklxind, Evzmson, Palncrntz, Jacobson, Ehcrly, Ruud, Purz. Conmv, Bklohnson. lvionson, Anderson.
Row 44Hendrickson, Fick, Peterson, Gimvaldscn, W.ittam. Jacobson, Tlvis, Tildcn, Clapp, Strung, Hcislcr, Hoag. Fmldwin, Trucstlcll.
Row if-D. Novaria. Nillcs, McGihhon, Al. Novnrm. Fuller, Hull, Morrow, F. jones.
Nor iN Picruae: H. L. johnson.
im-ir new ..,,, ....
VicefPres. ,,,.. Mary B. Punton
Secretary. . . .... june Walters
Treasurer. . . . . ,Ruth Powell
Adviser. . . . .Miss Rusch
Row 1-- Left ro Right: Pull, Heisler, S.uirnui-l-cr.
D. Chnstianson, Livingstone, Alera,
Leahy, Miss Rusch,
" d, Cull, Kromcr, Bristol,
Row 7.ffBerg.xn, Hoilan
P. Heiherg, Masterson, lt
Bolkan, P. Brown.
luist, Cosgritf, Mulread-,'. NY.
Nor rx Prcruru-.
Row r- 'Left to Right: Donovan, Powell.
Row 1- Naftalin. B. Fowler, M, J. Dietz. Carr,
M. johnson, Green, E. Heiberg, Miss
Row 3-Houkom, Porter, Bogenrief, jolvsky,
Frankosky, Punton, Rudrud, Wisshirr.
Wzilters. Poseley. Brant, Sifritt.
Row 4-B. Anderson, Rulon, Myhra, Harisuri,
Nor IN Plcrvksz Magill.
This was definitely not an "eclipse year" for the Phosterian Literary Society, as its rays beamed down
upon our good old alma mater as brightly as they have since way back in roo7, when this club was first or'
The Phosterian star with its five points of friendship, sportsmanship, scholarship, leadership and artsf
manship has steadfastly maintained its place in the iirmament of Fargo High societies. ln the fall of 1938,
the society was off to a good start with Astronomer Rusch guiding its course. Besides the initiation prof
gram, three regular meetings were held each semester, with the fifty members demonstrating at one of them
his or her own particular prowess.
The members who represent the fairer sex of the club were hostesses to the more brawny ones at a
supper. In the spring the boys reciprocated in a similar manner.
American Jumor Red Cross
Off to a good start was the American Red Cross this year when Mrs. Leigh Monson and Ruth Brant
spoke in assembly on the history and activities of the Red Cross, after which a council of thirtyfnine
home room members was formed. Farm and Home Accident sheets were distributed to the student body
in October as the club's first project.
Attending the International Regional junior Red Cross Conference at Grand Forks were Miss Werivf
er, Arvid Melby, Ruth Brant, Betty Lynne, Gertrude Fortin, Elsie Ryan, Ruth Maid, Virginia Huglen,
and Dorothy Halbeisen, all of whom participated in the program.
All the home rooms participated in the annual proiecthfilling Thanksgiving baskets for the needy.
Another project was the designing of Christmas menu covers to send to the U. S. S. Ranger.
Red Cross Committees arranged a prominent bulletin board with timely topics on safety, disaster, and
refugees. Thirteen copies of the junior Red Cross Journal were received each month and distributed for
use in the classes. Programs for the Good Samaritan School were given and a contribution of five dollars
was made by the council to the National Childrens Fund.
A Christmas party, including a program, gifts, refreshments, and games, was enjoyed by the members.
OFFICERS VicefPresiderzt ...... Mary Dolve Secretary ....... Clayton Melby
President, .....,.. Arvid Melby Treasurer. . .Dorothy A. Jenson Adviser .......... Miss Weaver
A. Melby, C. Melby, D. A. Jenson, Clark, R. Nelson, Dolvc, Meintzer, M. Ford, Rcltam, E. Kennedy, Bergren, Hcktncr, Holden, Ward,
Vowles, Pzmnebaksr. Boyle, German, L. Thompson, Dlvlnc. Ruud, W.irncr, G. Thompson, Nzinson, Ostbye, Thompkins
Anderson. Nystul, Swanson, Porter, Miller, A. johnson, Nord, Crowe, Seversnn, Paper, Horwitz, Allen, Rai l' '
wood, R. Smith, Rulfer, Travis, Elgner, VJ. Anderson, ZIHQY, Krueger, Gillig, Omberg, Clark, Mi
Home Room CONTRIBUTIONS Fon THANKSGIVIN
s cr, Tighc, Sher-
ss Weaaver. adviser.
SISTOCRATIC LEAGUE COUNCIL' FIRST SEMESTER
Left In Right: L. johnson. Brant. Larson. Nlaid, Bahru
Row 1"FlnS.il1Ll.ThL7m1lS. L1ndsay.B. johnson, Gallagher. lv11ssC.xrnev. Candor. Berg rn. in d ngly.
Row 3 llanson. Fycldc, Lynne. Cunvaldscn. NlcEarlin. Carter, Whr'mpncr, H, Aluhnson. Ulvan. Tivis, Arncson, Armstrong, loom,
i ' rr ' Bwvrkluml. A. Larson.
S. Peterson. Scattcrday. Provan. Drager. Ucllcr. Mci..i 3.
nso H. Larson. Prohsrhcld. Vv'csrr1ck, Isaak. Vvhxgner.
the one most deserving of the
Of all the Nocracy s p ay
journalistic limelight is none other than Sistocracy' fthe password of the Sistocratic League.
The foundation of the League is Sisterhood and Democracy, and being dedicated to
the principle that the bonds of friendship are far more valuable than the chains of social
slavery, its scope of contact includes every girl in Fargo High School.
If reporters for the Sistocmtic News, the Leagues "hot off the wire and into the fire"
publication, should undertake to list the ten most important news events in the U. S. A.
CUnited Sistocrats of Americaj during the lQ:7,8'3O school year, the following items would
prohahly receive topfratings from aforementioned newshawks:
1, Change of advisers from Edna Schropp, the founder, to Gladys Carney, the
r Fri '
0'D.1y. D. A. Jr n,
' M l ed up in today's newspapers,
new dean of girls.
' ' f centl chosen League colors, red and gray Qformf
2. Maklllg of new hadges rom re y
erly orchid and greenj.
3. Revision of the Mhorse and buggy" constitution.
4. "Hitting a new high" with an active membership of 310.
' ' ' ' d the renaming of the Dress and the
ation of the lviemhership committee an
6, Dividends of happiness in three main charitable investmentsff -
' ' ' l f Cri led Child'
a. Thanksgiving -program
for the Good Samaritan Schoo or pp
h. Christmas -- gene ' ' hooks, food, and candy
to a needy family.
h North Dakota Childrens Home.
c. Easter -Y -playing hunny at t e . 1
rous donations of clothing, toys,
7. Election and installation of new oiiicersg presentation of two membership
drive asSemblies4one a skit in poetry, the other a pep talk.
8. Giving a "dutch dinner" for the councils of both semesters.
9. Awarding scholarship pins at a private tea rather than at an assembly.
io. And most important-a truly successful season of Sistocracy.
PERSONNEL OF CoUNcn.S
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER
President .,.........,, ..... R uth Brant President ......... ...... K ay Kennedy
VicefPresident. . . . . .Leota Gallagher VicefPresiderit. . . . . .Esther Gunvaldsen
Treasurer ..... . . .Becky Johnson Treasurer ..... ..... J anice Nelson
Secretary .......,.,.....,. Lois johnson Secretary ,.................. Elsie Ryan
COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN
Senior Little Sister .......... Ruth Maid Senior Little Sister ....,..., Betty Provan
Scholarship ....... .,,. V irginia Thomas Scholarship .,...., . . .Bernadine Tivis
Art .,....,. ,,....... B etty Lynne Art ....... . . .Marie Arneson
Friendly. . . .... Esther Gunvaldsen Friendly. . . .... jean Cordingly
Service. . . ,..,. Charlotte Bahe Service ..,, .......,, A lice Larson
Music. . . . .Florence Felde Music ,... . .Betty Lou Thompson
Publicity. . . . . . . .Lorene Candor Publicity ...,. ...... M ildred Shere
Adviser ......... ........ M iss Carney Membership. . . . . .Shirley Peterson
SIsTocRAT1c LEAGUE COUNCIL-SECOND SEMESTER
Row 1-Left in Right: Holland, Srenhjem, Monsnn, 0'Day, Brown, E. johns imnx, S. Peterson.
Row FEQR1, Trace, Aamoth, Gunvaildsen, Kennedy, J. Nelson, Miss Carney, Moeller. Nyalhl,E1sfk1u..a,nsy1s.
Row 3 Halbeisen, Dewey, A. Larson, A. Swanson, Klinsmnn, Todfxhl, S. Reisler, M. Carter, McCarty, A riic son, Cordingly, M. Shcrc,
Row Hass. Finzm, comm, sk..a1.mr1, Rehn, Rinehart, zus, Ross, Tivis, Bucham.m.
Row 5-Pnrizek, Warner, Dietz, D. M. Jensen. P rrvx ' . ivx, G. Hanson.
Wm. Anderson, B. Anderson, L. Andre, M, Andre, Askew, Baldwin, Beaton, Bogerlrief, Brown, Chase, Clark, Cla sscw n, Dargan, Daw
son, nllls, Dnsllsy, Etlnsns, Evans, Felrle, Fisk, Flint, ollnsn, Glllig, Gustafson. Hackett, nsnssn, l-lsfns, Hegg, l.. Hilasn, D
Hllden, Holcomb, Holritz, Houkom, Hoverson, Rich. Hunsaker, Rohr. Hunsaker, J. Joh nson , M, Johnson. jones, I. IYWID, K
lfwin, lcnsss, Kereluk, lcssslsf, lcnnlns, Mllglll, D. Mlllsf, la. Mlllsr, Nelson, opnnisls, Olson. tes, B. Peterson, Pile, Powell.
Rogers, Rnsla. lxnna, Rylance, Selzwenlcl, Swanson, D. rlsnlnnsnn, Trent, Tnlssasll, Ulrich, unslsssn, wslsssr. Whipple, wng.
72l For what does it stand? The number of this year's personnel in Fargo High's
Concert Band, which excels in quality and appearance.
Fargo High School's Concert Band was organized thirteen years ago by Mr. Sorlien,
when he became music supervisor here. That year was spent in getting the raw material
into shape, and his work was well rewarded, for the following year Fargo was awarded
Hrst place in the state contest held at Grand Forks. History has repeated itself several
times since then, and with the present membership numbered at seventyftwo, the or'
ganization goes forward with high hopes.
Several years ago the movement to secure uniforms was started. The following year
the fund was materially increased by concerts and school donations, but the sum still fell
short of the amount required. Finally, however, the innovation of presenting movies
gave the student body a chance to show their interest in this spirited group of musicians.
Spectacular results were forthcoming, and now the beautiful purple and white band on
parade sends a thrill down the spine of every loyal student.
Throughout the year this organization has played at many public school demonf
strations and exhibitions, football and basketball games, pep assemblies, and civic affairs.
President ...... .......,. , . ,Billy Anderson
VicefPresident. . . ........ Bob Hegg
Secretary ..... , . .Robert Hunsaker
Treasurer .... .....,,........ R uss H k
Librarians. . . . . .
Director. . ,
.BennettH ' A Andre
an orchestra pracf
Do you know what intonation and dynamics are? If not, go to
tice, and you will immediately End out. Here you will see this year's orchestra, under the
patient baton of Mr. Sorlien, enthusiastically trying to develop intonationfthat feeling
rarely acquired by high school orchestras. Because of strenuous and regular practice,
the club showed great promise at the state contest in Grand Forks, sponsored annually
by the University of North Dakota.
This organization has made numerous appearances at school plays, commencement
exercises, and baccalaureate services. A small orchestra accompanied the operetta, "The
Gypsy Rover," which was put on by the glee clubs.
A book called "Music Theory," by Carr, was used by the orchestra this year for the
purpose of increasing the studentis knowledge of relations between notes and rests, the
proportions of note values and key signatures, and the understanding of the four clefs.
A few of the many renditions the orchestra offered this year are 'LSong of the Bayon,"
"March from Carmen," "Tales of the Vienna Woods," "Four Winds," "Charrita,"
"Midsummer Night's Serenade," "Impresario," "Longing" and "At Sunset." This year's
contest pieces were ulvlission Overtureu and "Hu1digungsmarsch."
President .... ,.,......., ..,. W e ndell Pile
VicefPresident. . . . . .Georgia Tainter
Secretary .... .,.. D oris Bjorklund
. . . . . . . . .Richard Hunsaker
. . . ,Eugene Bye, jack Askew
Treasurer. . .
Director... ......, .... ,
Wm. Anderson. B. Anderson, Askew, D. Bjorklund. P. Bjorklund, Brophy, Brown, Bye, Cull, Dills, Doerr, Donovan, Felde. F in ,
Gillig, Hilden, Holcomb, Holritz, Houkom, Rich, Hunsaker, Robt. Hunsaker, Kessler, Larson. Lundquist, Meintzer.
Nelson, A. Olson, Pile, Powell, Probstfield, Provan, Pull, Roen, Seastmnd, Steiner, Tainter, Ruud, Walster, Whipple.
iliiffie nag .i .. .
Row i-Left to Right: Larson, Wisehart, Putz, D. A. Jenson, Lynne, Lynch, Jesperson, Travis, Litten, H. Johnson, Barbee, Morrison,
Jolosky, Heinz, Hoiland, Bristol, Bloom, Nelson.
Row 2-Carter, Trace, Eberly, Uthus, Brant, McKenzie. Hilliard, Kessler, Bjorklund, Finsand, Arneson, Jacobson, Greenshields, John-
son, Hendrickson, Heisler, Gunvaldsen, McCarty.
Row 3fFortin, Sholy, Kosta, Miller, Selvig, Whempner, Nelson.
Girls' Glee Club
Whenever one walks down the hall during the third period on Thursdays and Frif
days, melodious strains greet his ear. Where do they come from? Just follow them and
they will lead you to room 116, where the Girls' Glee Club is enthusiastically rehearsing.
This year the glee club was composed of fortyfiive voices from which tvventyffive
were chosen to appear at the annual music contest sponsored by the University of North
Dakota at Grand Forks. The contest pieces were "A Lovely Peace," by George Frederick
Handel, and "Moon Madness," by Dorothy Emery.
In a sextet, a trio, and a mixed quartet, an excellent blend of voices is necessary. Bef
cause of this, tryouts for the various groups extended late into each semester.
At last the sextet was selected. In it were Lois McKenzie, Lucille Travis, Doris
Selvig, Janice Nelson, Mary Kessler, and Mary Morrison. Lois McKenzie, Doris Selvig,
and Mary Kessler composed the trio. Their contest pieces were i'Snowflakes," by Cowen,
and 'LEverywhere I Look," by Molly Carevv.
Combined with the Boys' Glee Club, the Girls' Glee Club presented 'iThe Gypsy
Rover," an operetta in three acts. The group presented several numbers at the Christmas
Pageant and during the commencement exercises.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER
President ...,,,.,........ Lois McKenzie President ...,........... Mary Morrison
VicefPresident .... . . .Mary Kessler VicefPresident. . . ........ Polly Carter
Secretary ....,. ........ R uth Brant Secretary ..... . . .Margaret McCarty
Treasurer ....,....... Margaret Johnson
Librarians. .Lucille Travis, Barbara Heinz
Treasurer .............. Aldeane Hogan
Librarians, . .Florence Felde, Hazel Trace
Boys' Glee Club
g o t e number of forty was this yearls membership of the Boys' Glee
Club! This past year proved to be one of the most successful seasons for this group of
singers, who, for all we know, may become Nelson Eddys or Lawrence Tibbetts. During
the first semester, however, there were only twentyfthree members.
Under the direction of Mr. Sorlien, the glee club spent the year in developing many
qualities which aid good singing. Various exercises were employed to brin b
quality, placement d
Soaring hi h t h
, an resonance.
In addition to this the cl b l'
g a out tone
u c imaxed several public appearances by taking an active
part in the presentation of the colorful operetta, "The Gypsy Rover." A select group of
twentyffive took part in the state contests at Grand Forks in May.
Members of the boys' quartet the hrst semester were Jack Heisler, Bernard Holritz,
Bob Anderson, and Paul Madison. Billy Anderson replaced Bob Anderson the second
semester. Jack Heisler, Paul Madison, Lois McKenzie, and Mar K l
bers of th '
e mixed quartet.
y ess er were the mem'
p es sung in Grand Forks were "Hail Bright Abode," b W
"Adoramus Te," b '
As usual, the Boys' Glee Cl
y agner, and
ub enjoyed another successful year.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER
President ...... ............ J ack Heisler President ..,.............., Kenny jones
VicefPresident. . . ...., Kenny jones VicefPresident .,.. ..,. B ill Narum
Secretary ....... .,..... B illy Anderson Secretary ......,.. ,... H iram Fuller
Treasurer ...........,..... Bob Trubey Treasurer .........,., Harvey Bergren
Librarians .... Paul Madison, Ed Simonson
Row 1-- . , . . son, zigill, Aker. Ft
LeflmRighzA Brown R C Ol M
Row 21 ru ey, Melby, Slingsby, Narum, Osman, Smith, Dan
Row 3fTruesclell, Nllf '
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wnport, Baldwin, Fuller, jones, Bergre
1 ts, Hyland, Conmy, Lofthouse, B. Antler
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Librarians . Bob Baldwin, George Truesdell
che, Miller, Moe, Maadison,
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ortrr, Kibler, G, Hanson.
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Row ifLcfL to Right: Carter, D. A. Jenson, Lynch, Travis, Morrison, Joloslry, Hoiland, Bloom.
Row zffiberly, Putz, Brant. Lynne, Hilliard, Litten, Arneson. Heinz, Greenshields, Bristol, Heiberg, Barhee, Hcisler, E, johnson, Nelson.
Row 3'TI8C6, Uthus, Fortin, McKenzie, Sholy, Kessler, Miller, Finsand, Miller, Jacobson, Whempner, Kosta, Gundvaldsen, Mc-
Wm. Anderson, Magill, R, C. Olson, Brown, Kibler, Narum, Mclby, jones, Conmy, Rulon, Holritz, Baldwin, B. Anderson,
Acker, Myrha, lviadison, Bergren, Heisler, Lofthouse, Moe.
A Cappella Choir
Sing and be happy! With this as their ideal, the A Cappella Choir, under the direcf
tion of Mr. Sorlien, again enjoyed another delightful musical year.
The choir, a mixed group of selected members from the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs,
has approximately sixty members. To gain membership to the group, one must belong to
either the Boys' or Girls' Glee Club and have passed a test under the direction of Mr.
This organization strives to acquire the ability of sightfreadingg to train and develop
the voice, to learn the elements of ensemble singing, such as balance, intonation, and
blending, and to render the works of musical masters.
It has become a custom for the group to present a program of Christmas carols each
year at the Fargo Rotary Country Club, which in turn entertains them at a luncheon.
On the afternoon before Christmas vacation the group followed the custom of singing
Christmas carols in the halls. At the two baccalaureate services this year the choir sang
several numbers. As usual, the organization participated in the annual state contest,
first in Fargo and then in Grand Forks.
Fargo High can also claim the honor of having organized the first A Cappella choir in
the state. As its name signihes, the choir sings entirely without accompaniment.
Fiasr SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER
President .....,.,...,... Kenneth jones President .......,,.,.,..... Ruth Brant
VicefPresident ,,.. ,,.. E Stelle Wagner VicefPresidem. . . ..,. Paul Madison
Secretary ,.... . , .jack Heisler Secretary ,..., ..., R obert Myhra
Treasurer, . . ..., Doris Selvig Treasurer ..., . , .Gordon Magill
Director. . . ..,. p ...,... ......... . , ,.,. Mr. Sorlien
What are little joys made of? Music? Romance? Starlight? No, but "A Tempo,"
the pride and joy of those temperamental musical lights who comprise the Orpheus Club.
'KA Tempo" is the newspaper bulletin published once a year by a staff of musical
journalists from the club. With Betty Lynne as editorfinfchief and Betty Lou Thompson
as typist, the staff was ably guided in its journalistic ventures. The first edition rolled off
the press in time to he distributed to the teachers present at the North Dakota Education
convention in Fargo last fall.
When this constellation of musical stars organized in 1929, it adopted Orpheus as
its "patron saint," whose example Fargo High musicians strive to follow.
As its main project this year, Orpheus is offering to a deserving instrumentalist a half
scholarship for the Fair Hills Band Camp.
Student musicians representing Fargo High in the state contest at Grand Forks were
the following: Mildred Strong, Mary Kessler, Harriet Wien, Anabelle Donovan, Pat
Bjorklund, Georgia Tainter, and Dorothy Cull. Doris Bjorklund and Mildred Strong
represented Orpheus in the piano solo and duet division of the state contest sponsored
by the National Federation of Music Clubs.
The general purpose of the club is to make music stand out as indispensable to the
harmony and rhythm of the lives of Fargo High's 1,3oo strong!
President ...,.. ........... .... A n abelle Donovan
VicefPresident. . . .... Virginia Thomas
Secretary ..... .,..,.. M ary Kessler
Treasurer .... . . .Patricia Bjorklund
Adviser .....,.......,..,............ . . . ......, Mr. Sorlien
ROW 1fLeft to Right: Dills, Flint, Askew, Nelson, Martin, Kcrcluk,
Row 2-Cull, Thomas, Brown, Donavan, P. Bjorklund, Raen, Seastrand, Lunilquist. Putz.
Row 3-D, Larson, Pull, Fclde, Parizck, Swanson. Barbee, Wisehzirt, Strong, Lynne. Fowler, Ryan, Mr. Sorlien.
Row 4-'Ford, Wiig, Clapp. D. Bjorklund, Heibcrg, Bohn. Kessler, Lindcman, Uthus. McKenzie, Trace,
THE ALLTALENT PROGRAM
"THE GYPSY ROVER"
"The Gypsy Rover"
Rob. A A A A A ...,...,,...,,...... Jack Heisler
Meg .... .... E lsie Heiberg, Lois McKenzie
Marlo. A A ,,... A.A...,... A rvid Melby
Lord Craven ..... A A ARichard C. Olson
Lady Constance .,.. ....... S hirley Putz
Sinfo .,.... , A A .... ,.... A A A .,.... Kenny jones
Sw George .,... ......,..,.........,., G ordon Magill
Nina ......,..,. ..,, G loria Barbee, Genevieve Hendrickson
Captain femme ..., A A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Gordon Hanson
Zara AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAA H azel Trace, Mary MOFfiSOl1
Sn Toby Lyon AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAA H arvey Bergren
Frances NIcCorkIeA AAAAA Paul Madison
Lackey AAAAAAAAAA AAAAA G eorge Rulon
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Is there any gypsy camp near your home? Good! For if a handsome youth like Rob
is living there, strange happenings which will brighten up the disposition are in store for
Comedy! Romance! Thrills! These were all in this year's operetta, "The Gypsy
Rover," which was presented by the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs under the direction of
L. C. Sorlien and Lloyd Wightman.
Now who is there who hasn't some gypsy in him? Why, we all have, for don't we,
too, get that wanderlust? No doubt, we envied those brightly clothed gypsies and their
When but an infant, Rob was stolen by his nurse, Meg, who later married Marto, a
gypsy. Rob, growing to manhood, believed that Meg and Marto were his real parents.
While riding with Lord Craven, her nance, Lady Constance was lost near the
gypsy camp. Love at litst sight sprang up between Rob and Constance when they ac'
cidentally met. Comical scenes occurred between Sinfo and Marto when they forced Cravf
en to tell Sir George, Constance's father, that Rob was a respectable person.
After much trouble, Rob, having regained his estates and identity, and Constance
were married. As usual, "they lived happily ever after!"
Two matinees, one for the junior high schools and the other for the senior high
school, and two evening performances were given.
Hats off! To whom? Why, of course, this honor goes to the entire cast of the "Alle
Talent Program" and especially to L. C. Sorlien and Paul Hanson, the directors.
"The Symphonies Jazz Band," which was composed entirely of Fargo High students,
was directed by Paul Hanson, a recent graduate of our high school. A
The performance in the afternoon consisted of the following numbers: "Alexander's
Ragtime Band," played by the Symphony Swingstersg the A. C. Men's Glee Club under the
direction of Mr. Van Vlissengeng a Spanish Dance by Gertrude Forting two accordion
solos, "Solitude" and "Dizzy Fingers," by Dorothy Ruud, a skit by Jerry Morrow and
George Truesdellg "Summer Reverien by the Swingsters and the Boys' and Girls' Glee
Club, a violin solo by Bob Liumg a ballet dance by Phyllis Forting and "Ave Maria"
arranged by Paul Hanson, sung by the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs who were accompanied
by the Swingsters. This number was on last year's "AllfTalent Program" and was ref
peated this year by special request.
The evening performance varied slightly with additional entertainment provided by
the "Male Lyric Chorus," which is under the direction of Mr. Barlindhaug. Other
numbers were rendered by the Singing Muralts and Mr. Sorlien's "AllfCity Tonette
"Mutiny, eh? Blast ye!"
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THE LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN
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What would you do if you were a henpecked man? Would you drown your sorrows
in a dream? That is exactly what Ambrose Applejohn did in this year's hrst allfschool
play, "Captain Applejackf'
Would dreams of rescuing a beautiful foreign woman from grave danger cast out all
thoughts from your mind? But what would you do if this woman, really an American
crook under the name of Anna Valeska, tricked you? Yes, you too would be dumbfounded
just as Ambrose was.
Who is that dashing young pirate? Why, 'tis Captain Applejack. Quiet, every'
body, this astonishing reverie must not be broken. It is too late though, the dream is over.
After emerging from his dream, Ambrose learned that Anna was a crook who had
Things began happening in circles to Ambrose. Poppy Faire, a quiet, simple little
girl who all the time had been secretly in love with Ambrose, was attracted to his attenf
"Captain Applejackf' an Arabian Nights Drama in three acts by Walter Hackett,
was directed by J. P. Schroeder, with jean Parizek and Fred Hagen acting as student
Ambrose Applejohn ...... Kenneth Jones Lush ............,.... Alex McGibbon
Anna Valeska ..........., Gloria Barbee Mrs. Agatha Wharcomb. .Mildred Strong
Poppy Faire ............ Jeanette Martin Mr. Pengard .....,,......, jack Wilson
Ivan Berolsky .......... Spencer Fosteson Mrs. Pengard ...... .... M arjorie Nees
johnny jason ..........,. James Sullivan
"The Late Christopher Bean"
Have you any unusual paintings hanging in your chickenfcoop, or an elderly maid
with an odd name? If so, you probably are about to encounter the same melodrama as
Dr. Haggett and his family did in this year's second allfschool play, "The Late Christopher
Bean," which was presented December Io, 1938.
This comedy concerns a New England family 'who years before had sheltered a
great artist. The play commences years after Bean's death, with everybody aroused in
the pursuit of his work and details concerning his life and character. Dr. Haggett and
his family, who have some of Bean's paintings, realize their worth and become illftempered
Imagine their surprise in learning that Abby possesses one of his greatest paintings.
To no avail can they persuade her to sell or give it away. Finally it is learned that she is
the only one who really understood and acknowledged the painter-moreover she had
been his wife!
Mr. Wightman directed the play, with Audrey Gilbert and Becky johnson acting as
his student directors.
Dr. Haggett ............... jack Staples Abby. .......... .... K ay Kennedy
Mrs. Haggett ........ Mary jane Langlie Warren Creamer .....,... Arvid Melby
Susan Haggett. . .Genevieve Hendrickson Tallant .......... .... S herman' Olson
Ada Haggett ............... June Kosta Rosen ............... Richard C. Olson
Davenport . ............ William Narum
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To the strains of appropriate music the curtains in the auditorium parted to allow
the students to witness the traditional Christmas play. This year's presentation was
"The Littlest Shepherd."
In the prologue to the play, which was given by Ruth Brant, the birth of Christ was
told. But we learned that David, a very young shepherd lad, earnestly wished that he might
have gone with the others to see the Christ Child. While he was weeping, because of
his unhappiness, he was approached by a young girl who after learning his desire departed.
Returning later in the form of an angel, she indeed startled David, for she had come
to fulfill his wish to see the Christ Child. This was made possible by a tableau in which
the king and the shepherds were shown worshipping at the cradle of the Holy Babe.
Furnishing the atmosphere for this scene were Christmas Carols sung by the Girls' Glee
Preceding the drama a Christmas message was presented by Superintendent Kirk.
After two girls had lighted the candles along the front of the stage, other music approprif
ate for the occasion was given by the Girls' Sextet and Shirley Putz.
"You and I"
Perhaps Phillip Barry, the author of "You and I," might have avoided a slight case
of redundance if he had merely entitled his play "Us," but then, of course, that is a point
for argument. Regardless of the title, however, the production was presented on January
18, I939, by the midyear graduating class.
If you had to choose between marrying a beautiful blond girl like Veronica Duane
and pursuing the study of a chosen profession or art, what would you do? Roderick
White, the young artist in "You and I", certainly entertained you with his humorous
presentation of the problem. Maitland White, the boy's father, appeared just in time to
save both the love affair and the boy's career.
Playing the part of Roderick was jack Heisler, who being only a 12B at the time was
given the part because there was no graduate to portray the character.
Directing the play was Mr. Wightman, who had a busy time overseeing two plays
in succession and acting as assistant director for a third one-all within five months.
Veromca Duane .... .... ......
Roderick White .
Nancy White. .
Geoffrey Nichols ....
G. T. Warren. .
. . . . .Elda Brunzelle
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. , . . . .Robert Olson
. . . .Jack Shotwell
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Is there a soldier in your home who was raised by cannibals, has worked in a lab'
oratory, and has played the saxophone to beetles in Montana? If there is, keep him there,
for such a person proved very entertaining in this year's fourfact comedy, "Clarence,"
Furthermore, this man's name was Clarence, but whether his last name was Smun,
Moon, or Smart was a mystery to the Wheeler household. Clarence held the position of
secretary and general adviser to the entire family, which included Mrs. Wheeler, who was
stepfmother to the children, Bobby, who recently had a love affair with Della, the maid:
and Cora, who was infatuated by Mr. Stem. He in turn was pursuing Violet Pinney,
After much mystification they learned that Clarence was a wellfknown specialist on
the coleoptera. Having received a government position as an entomologist, he married
Violet. Even Bobby and Cora, who had come to prefer Clarence to Mr. Stem, bore it
Miss Ellison and Mr. Wightman directed the play, while Betty Lou Thompson and
Carol Comrie acted as student directors.
Clarence .... .... G eorge Truesdell Mrs. Wheeler. . . ..... Virginia Thomas
Cora ..... .......... B ea Bolkan Mrs. Martyn ..... ..... M arita Finan
Bobby .................. James Sullivan Mr. Stem ....... ........, D on Hoag
Violet Pinney ...... Fannie Helen Dygve Della ........ .... A udree Gilbert
Mr. Wheeler ,........... John Slingsby Dinwiddie .............. Jerry Morrow
"Anne of Green Gables"
Are you a redfheaded, freckled-faced orphan with a mammoth imagination? What
do you do? Anne must have shown you. She lost her temper fthe red hair was responsible
for thatj at mention of the freckles and made use of the imagination to bring things around
Do you know a ngimlet eye" when you see one? That was what Anne, in a fiery
burst of temper, called her "Aunt's" friend. You also can imagine what happened when
freckle cream was used on the pig and chloroform liniment flavored the layer cake.
"Anne of Green Gables," the whimsical story about the arrival of an orphan at a new
home, was full of laughter. After much labor she finally gained the sympathy of the people
concerned. Everything is "conducive", giving a new "scope for the imagination," or "just
too, too beautiful!"
Marilla, the Aunt, met the beau of her girlhood days, who turned out to be Anne's
long lost Uncle. The play concluded with a happy ending when Anne "made up" with
Gilbert Blythe, the richest boy in town.
"Anne of Green Gables" was directed by J. P. Schroeder, with Lorene Candor and
Mildred Strong acting as student directors.
Anne Shirley ............ Becky johnson
Marilla Cuthbert ......... Nola Hilliard
Matthew Cuthbert ............ Reo Carr
Josie Pye .................. Jean Parizek
Rachel Lynde .... Donna jean Gunthorpe
Florence Remsen ....... Virginia Finsand
Minnie ............... Maxine Thorne
Moody Spurgeon ............ jack Porter
Mrs. Allan ...,......... Virginia Dietz
Mrs. Barry ....... Genevieve Lindemann
Diana Barry ........... Dorothy Jensen
Gilbert Blythe ........... Jack Davenport
Mrs. Alexander Spencer . .Margaret Uthus
Ira Mills ................. Wendell Pile
Row x-f-'Left zo Right: Mr. Cccka, Miss Fowler, Byorklund, 1. Ford, Miss Rusch. Naftnlin.
Row 2 ' Miss Oklerlund, Miss Eikenes, Mr. Tighc, Mr. Osman.
Board of Publications
Quiet! Don't you know that the Board of Publications is in consultation?
Did I hear you ask, "What is this board?" Why, it is an organization composed of
both faculty and students who have control over all the publications printed by our high
Membership of this organization is made up of the editor and business manager of the
Cynosure l3ifWeekly, the editor and business manager of the Cynosure Annual for the
preceding year, the literary and business advisers of both the BifWeekly and the Annual,
the chairman of the English department, and the principal of the high school.
Meetings are held for the following purposes: to elect a chairman and secretary of
the groupg to discussthe merits of candidates for the editorship and business management
of the BifWeekly and to select themg to appoint the editor and business manager of the
Cynosure Annualg to approve or disapprove any changes that might have been made in
the staffs that were selected in the fallg to pass on the applicants whom the advisers have
recommended for Quill and Scroll, National Honorary journalistic Society, and to ratify
the appointment of delegates to represent Fargo High publications at the press convenf
tions held annually at Grand Forks.
Chairman. , . ...,....,.. ..,... M r. Cecka
Secretary ..... . ,... James Ford
Quill and Scroll
Hear Ye! Hear Ye! If you perchance are looking for the journalists of Fargo High,
you will hnd them at a Quill and Scroll meeting. These journalists are not of the common
run, but are writers who have done something in the field of newswriting that merits credit.
To qualify for membership in the Quill and Scroll, the candidate must be at least a
junior, must have submitted Hfty inches of published material, must be recommended by
the business adviser, and approved by the national secretaryftreasurer. If an adviser
recommends a student for superior work on the editorial or business staff of the Cynosure
BifWeekly or the Cynosure Annual, in writing, editing, or advertising, he may qualify
Following the procedure of last year, the group held an informal initiation in janf
uary for the new members of the Hrst semester instead of waiting until May.
This year the club managed the publicity stunts for the benefit of the school plays.
Dick Qlson headed this committee. jim Ford, Bill Narum, and Dick Qlson turned play'
writers in handling the publicity in the Cynosure BifWeekly subscription drive in january.
At their annual banquet in April, the big event of the year's activities, Bjorn Bjornf
son, head of the journalism department of the North Dakota University, spoke. The
new editorfinfchief of the BifWeekly for IQ3Q'4O was announced. Pat Bjorklund was
toastmaster and presided at the installation of the new members of the second semester
President ....,.. .....,...,... . . .Patricia Bjorklund
Viceflpresidenr .... ......,. R eo Carr
Secretary ..... ....... F rank Hull
Treasurer ..,...,,. ..., L eota Gallagher
Adviser .,,,,....,.......... . . . . ,... Mr. Cecka
Row 1- 'Le-fr to Right: Lynne, B, L. Thompson,
Row zff Carr, Cull, Holland, jolosky, Gallagher, Biorklund, Nees, Hull.
Row jf-Mr. Cecka, Rulon, Naftalin, Narum, R. C, Olson, Ford, Hcxsler.
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Adclelinc Luther, Lola Saumwehcr, Jean Mason, and Dorothy Ann Jenson.
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Row 3- -Gordon, Nrxftnlin. Curr, Mr. Still
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. Olson, Heisler, Gi
. iimiisf, Thompson,
Cynosure B1-Weekly Editorial Staff
kkWhQxt time is it?"
"Good, we'll be able to be out of here by six tonight."
Few people realize the long hours of tedious work that are necessary to publish El paper the size of the
Immedmtely after the publication, assignments are given to the news reporters by Mzirjorie Nees, to
the feature writers by Frank Hull, sind to the sports writers by George Rulon.
Friday night the feature copy begins to roll in. To check for errors is the duty ofthe desk staff. After
being corrected, the Copy is tossed to copy boy james Ford, who rushes it down to the Iinotype operator.
Ona liumlveil :wo
Gynosure B1-Weekly Edltorlal Sta ,
Monday morning the proofs are returned and are checked during the day. The new copy is checke
after school. Tuesday is the deadline for the news and sports copies.
Makefup day is Wednesday. Not making up a face but a dummy page takes place! On Wednesday
the pieces of proof are fitted on this page just as a jig-saw puzzle is put together. Pat Bjorklund and Leota
Gallagher rule the roost on this night-headline time. It is on Wednesday, also, that every member of the
staff is called upon to work until all heads are writteng usually it is six or later before this is accomplished.
Final proofs are returned from the print shop, where Mr. Still and his crew have quietly been assemblf
ing the type in the printing chases on Thursday. And so we have passed through another busy week of the
Editorial Staff at work.
With the supervision of its adviser, Mr. Cecka, the Gynosure BifWeekly Editorial Staff has had a
CYNOSURE REPORTING '
Row I-Maid, Hoeft, B. Johnson, Carter.
as Horrana, Jarosky, rynm, Ness,
Row 2-Thom ,
Aker, Livingstone, r
Row LJDYQVE, Kennedy, Posclcy, Gundvnldscn
Bohn, Hooper, Larson, D. M. Jenson
Langlie, Bogenricf, Gutsche, Brant.
Row 4-Fclde, Tivis, Monson, Hull.
Row 1 Narum, -Ioncs, R. Olson.
Row 2fG, Anderson, gl. Ford, Gallaglxcr, H.
Larson, Maid, Hoefr, Powell.
Row gfvfinn, M. Ford, Lynne, Luther, Porter,
' lic, Punron, G. Fowlcr.
' ' Hnrgcr.
Row aflrlowc, Saumwclvcr, Rrdtr, a
Finsand, Lee, Sclvig, Dygvc, Brant.
One hundred three
Left to Right: Hogohoom, Crothers
Saunders, Laastad, Nees.
14Fillmore, Berge, Reynolds, Allen, Zcnk
Litten, Hvidston, Dewey, Putz.
Vogelsang, Warner, Naftalin, Trace
Lynne, Carr, Baldwin, Morrow, Ross
Bristol. Gilbert, Nilles, Hetzler, Husch-
4-Fuller, Reed, Cosgritf, G. Anderson
Walster, Trace, Nelson, Frankosky
PICTURE! Shotwell, Black. NVattam
Cynosure Bi-Weekly Business and
"You can kill that jones if you get around to it !"
No, there isn't going to be a murderIit's just the advertising manager of the Cynosure
BifWeekly, Reo Carr, giving instructions to the printer. Under his supervision this year's
corps of solicitors, consisting of Virginia Dietz, Francis Fowler, Ruth Hvidston, Addeline
Luther, Ann Livingstone, and James Sullivan, gathered the advertisements which are
necessary to the life of the Cynosure. The adviser of this staff is Miss Fowler.
Another of Miss Fowler's worries is the business management of the 'iragf' Busif
ness Manager Mortimer Naftalin, of course, bears the brunt of trying to keep a balanced
budget. Keeping books, paying bills, and acting as purchasing agent and errand boy are
"Fm afraid you'll just have to slug that out!" Don't get worried, boysg joe Louis
isn't near'it's just Mr. Still giving instructions to the boys on the printing staff. To
assemble the type in the chases used in printing is their duty. The type is then rushed
to a downtown printer and run off on the large presses. After this has been returned the
same afternoon, the work of the distribution staff begins.
Lola Mae Saumweber took over the work of distribution staff manager after Betty
Lou Long was graduated at midyear. On Friday afternoon during the sixth period she is
virtual dictator in the cafeteria.
At the conclusion of the day on Friday everyone connected with the paper takes a
deep breath and prepares for the next issue.
In brief, the work of the business and printing staffs is to solicit advertisements,
get subscriptions, balance the budget, and put copy into the forms.
One hundred four
Row I Left zo Right: Lurslxlwougb, B, jolxnsrm
lvldnrty. O'D.xy, Carmine, lvhsnn.
Row 1 -Carter. D. A. jensnn, B, Peterson,
-lows, Dmlge, Hcxslcr, Severson, Rlllmg.
1939 Cynosure Annual
Associate Editors. . .
Feature Editors ....
Boys' Athletic Editor
Girls' Athletic Editor ....
Art Editor. . .
Kodak Editors. . .
Business Manager . .
Assistant Business M
Typist. . .
One hundred five
. , ,Marggtret McCz1rty
. . .Betty Mziy ONDLIY
. Margaret jones
. . . , .black Rilling
. , . .Janette Heisler
. , .Nancy Carmine
. .Robert Peterson
aviager. .Dorothy A. Jenson
. . .Florence Severson
Fargo High Victory Song
Sing a song for our own Fargo High,
JuSt a song of loyaltyg
Sing it for the sons of days gone by
Who will always faithful be,
Sing it for the Purple and the White,
For the team no one can deny-
That's the best in the WeSt,
That will Fight! Fight! Fight!
For a victory for Fargo High!
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Row 1---Left to Right' Rm' Burns. Mr. Still. Mr. Galvin, Mr, Bricker, Tom Recd.
Row 1 George Rulun. Phil Swanson, Rm' Gordon.
O Athletic Commission
This organization, consisting of three members from the faculty and six from the
student body, is the general governing board for athletics in our school. The commission
interests itself in all things pertaining to our sports. As one of its chief duties it has the
sole power to award letters. Taken into consideration when awarding a letter are the
candidates athletic ability, his scholarship, observance of training rules, and general
In athletics the live points of the "Cynosure Staru which Fargo High strives to en'
courage and develop are intramural sports, football, basketball, hockey, track, and field
events 7 all necessary to a wellfbalanced student program.
Lefl ro Right' Harrv lirldqcfonl, il. P. Schrocdcr, j. R. lvIcCutchvon, Carl Lower, IJ, E. Tvlickclson, Henry Rice.
One' lm-mlverl .seven
Rum' i -Lal! in Rigln ,lrnivs-H, Horw11:fH. Schcrlxnwll. liitcrilvcrgfli.
Row 1 Remlfli. ,lacoli-sorifli, l'wIhmclvC, Mnlrc.nlx'fL2
llrvxx 3 Porter-U, l'lul1lulrnfU. l'lall5l', Smith-T,
Another great Bridgefordfcoached team has entered its fame in the annals of our
school. Despite prefseason pessimistic reports, the Midgets swept up all opposition to
win the new Ez1stfWest grid conference. Fargo scheduled Wahpeton, Valley City, Grand
Forks, and Jamestown in the Eastern division. Cther schools in this division were Devils
Lake, Walsh Aggies, and Grafton. Meinhers ofthe Westerim conference were Williston,
lvlandan, Bismarck, Minot, and Dickinson.
One luniilreil eight
East-West Champions 0
Dv. r Y 0 t' ' SchollandcrfE, W'heclcr'H, W7llSQ1H'T, Tallbcrgfli, Ncimafli, Moklcr-T, Frulricksmirwfff.
N ow L, ' , cislcrf-H, myfT, Arncson-E, Nilles'T, BogcnricffC. Cosgrirf-H, BQ.imnfT.
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FARGO SI EAST GRAND FoRKs O
East Grand Forks 3 ifo on the Forker's field on Friday, September 16. With the inexperienc-
ed line charging hard in front of a fastfmoving backfield, Coach Bridgeford was pleased
with the impressive manner in which the boys rolled up the score. East Grand Forks,
battling all the way, was no match for our hardfcharging gridders, and not once was the
home club inside our ggfyard line. So stiff was the Fargo defense that the East Forkers
were allowed only two first downs while the Midgets recorded fourteen.
AftW'three weeks of practice the Midgets opened their 1938 schedule by defeating
Scoring two touchdowns and passing to Fredrickson for another, Red Rifenberg was
the big gun in Fargo's attack. Horwitz scored the second counter from the nine after a
continued march from midheld. After recovering a fumble on the Forker's forty in the
final period, Scherling broke away to the eighteen. Horwitz then lost 3 yards in two at'
tempts, but made up for it by passing to Jacobson for the final score. Russ Houkum,
Ed Smith, and Odd Jacobson set the pace in the Fargo line.
FARGO 6 FERGUS FALLS o
On September 23 Fargo nosed out a 6fo victory over a stubborn Fergus Falls High
team on the M.S.T.C. held. The team seemed ineffective and bogged down with poor
line play. The Fergus Falls team was decidedly the underdog before the starting whistle
blew, but staged a great defensive game to hold the local eleven to a single score. Grabf
bing a Fergus punt in the second quarter, Horwitz raced 48 yards to score, aided by the
blocking. of Fredrickson and Wheeler, who sent the safety man spinning to give the ball
carrier a clear field for the last few yards. Twice Fargo carried the ball over the end line
--Jones and Horwitz, once eachf--only to have it called back because of penalties.
On? hunrlvrd 111116
Spectators Battle it out at Grand Forks Game
FARGO 32 MINOT o
A week later the Midgets picked up where they left off in the first game and defeated
the Minot Magicians 32'O in the new N.D.S.C. stadium. After a sustained drive in the
Hrst quarter Fargo struck pay dirt as Rifenberg plunged over from the 1fyard line. Fargo
scored again in the third quarter as jones drove over from the zfyard line after a varied
advance of io yards. Late in the third quarter Wheeler and Scherling entered the game,
and that's the story of the Midget's onefsided victory. With Wheeler recovering fumbles
and intercepting passes galore and Scherling running and passing "hogfwild," the boys
added IQ more points to the final score. Fargo's entire line turned in a good game both
defensively and offensively.
FARGO I3 VALLEY CITY I2
Although badly outplayed throughout the entire game, the boys capitalized on breaks
to gain a 1342 victory over a smoothfworking Valley City team in the local stadium on
October 7. Shortly after the game opened, Mulready recovered a HifLiner fumble. Three
plays brought it to the five. Then a pass, Scherling to Jacobson, on the fourth down, was
for a goal. In the second quarter the Valley Citians, using principally a spinner play,
tied the score up. The third quarter was scoreless. In the fourth the visitors made it
19.f6. With defeat staring the Midgets in the face, Fredrickson ran back a punt to the
sixteen. Several running plays failed to gain. A pass from Scherling to Jacobson brought
it to the five. From there Horwitz crashed over to tie the ball game up. Then Fredrickson
gave Fargo victory by kicking the extra point.
FARGO 21 OAKES o
Continuing their winning ways, the Midgets walloped Orin Rife's Oakes team zifc
the following week at Oakes. After a bad start jones raced around left end, cut back, and,
aided by good interference, traveled 60 yards to score. Fredrickson converted the extra
point. Fargo added another touchdown in the second period on a long pass from Scherf
ling to Fredrickson, who, after catching the ball, ran 4 yards to score. At the close of the
third quarter Reed blocked one of Williams' punts behind the Oakes goal line and fell on
the ball to score 6 more points. He also added the extra point from placement. In the
final period both coaches substituted freely, fortyftwo players seeing action. Bogenrief
and Mulready were outstanding in the line.
One hundred ren
FARGO 3 MOORHEAD o
On October zo the Fargoans were held to a yo victory over a fighting Moorhead
eleven on the M.S.T.C. field. Although the victory was satisfying to Fargo High fans,
it was nothing compared to the onefman show put on by Moorhead's Pete Young. Young,
playing quarterback, did most of the kicking, running, passing, and tackling for the Spuds.
The only thing he didn't do was score a touchdown, although he threatened to several
times. An intercepted pass by Mulready paved the way for the field goal which Horwitz
turned into a score. Gaining three first downs in a row set the ball on the thirteen. After
gaining and losing several yards, Horwitz kicked the winning field goal. The Midgets
threatened to score several times during the game, but the Spud defense tightened and
Fargo lost the ball.
FARGO 18 WAHPETON 7
Fargo knocked off her sixth straight win by defeating a strong Wahpeton club 18f7
the next Friday night at Wahpeton. Both teams played good ball all the way, with the
line play of each team being outstanding.
The Midget backfield played outstanding ball on defense. After a poor first quarter,
Fargo came rushing back to score in each of the last three periods. Scherling scored the
first from the ifyard line, completing a drive starting from the Wop's 47fyard marker.
The second Fargo touchdown came swiftly. Scherling gained a first down on the Wops'
45. From there Horwitz broke away on his touchdown jaunt. The Midgets' final tally
came as the result of straight football, Scherling scoring from the twenty. Wahpeton
scored late in the final period on a pass from Westphal to Brewster.
FARGO 6 JAMESTOWN o
Taking advantage of one break, a Jamestown fumble early in the first quarter, the
Midgets marched to a 6fo victory over the slightly favored Jamestown Blue Jays at James'
town a week later. While the ball game in the first half was fairly even from the stand'
point of first downs, the Midgets pushed the Blue Jays on the defensive. However, in
the second half it was just the opposite, with Fargo on the defensive and Jamestown
running up first downs almost at will. All told, the Jays had I7 first downs and Fargo 5.
The lone touchdown came as a result of Jacobson recovering a Jamestown fumble on the
Jays 18fyard line. After several short gains Scherling lugged the pigskin across from the
oneffoot line. The game ended with Jamestown knocking on Fargo's door.
Fargo Versus Grand Forks-Tufte with the ball
One hundud eleven
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Row Ifjacobson, Nilles, Houkum, Wheeler, Beaton, Schollander, Cosgriff, Fredrickson, Heisler, Reed.
Row 2-Gritfcn, Tallberg, Mokler, Wilson, Bogcnrief, Neima, Murray. Arneson, Platt, "Gunga Din" Posely. r
Row 3-Coach Rice, jones, Smith, Rothrock. Scherling, Rifenberg, Horwitz, Porter, Ixiulready, Coach Bridgelord,
FARGO I3 GRAND FORKS o
On the afternoon of November II at the N.D.S.G. field the Midgets concluded their schedule by def
feating the Redskins from Grand Forks I3'O to win the East title. It was the ninth straight win for the
Midgets and the seventh shutout this season. Russ Houkum recovered a visitor's fumble on the Forker's
24fyard line. On the second down, Horwitz swept right end to score standing up. After being held score'
less in the next two periods, Fargo scored again in the last quarter, as Scherling intercepted a Redskin pass
in his own territory and raced 70 yards to score. Wheeler and Porter did some fine blocking to aid Scherling.
Grand Forks threatened in the second period, but the Fargo defense picked up and took the ball on downs.
Matty Platt and Cliff Rothrock did outstanding work in the line.
FARGO 20 DICKINSON 6
Fargo won the EastfWest conference by whipping a strong Dickinson team 2of6 a week later at Dick'
inson. The Midget line hit its stride again and there was little that the Dickinson boys could do to stop
Fargo's speedy backs. Rifenberg scored the first Fargo touchdown after a steady advance. The Midgets
scored again in the second quarter as Mulready took a Dickinson pass and streaked for a touchdown. Horf
witz passed to Mulready for the extra point. The third score was made by Horwitz, who slipped off tackle
deep in his own territory to score after a long run. Fargo threatened to score again in the third quarter,
but the Dickinson defense tightened and stopped the Fargoans on the 8fyard line. Dickinson scored their
lone touchdown late in the fourth period on a lineup sprinkled with reserves.
Leading the scoring parade this year was Orlando Scherling with 7 touchdowns for a total of 42 points.
Next in line was Alex Horwitz with 3,5 points, 6 touchdowns, 2 extra points, and a field goal. Red Rifenf
berg had 24 points. Willie Fredrickson followed with I7 points, 2 touchdowns, and 5 extra points. Odd
Jacobson and john Jones each had 2 touchdowns. Tom Reed and Jerry Mulready scored 7 points apiece,
and Cliff Wheeler scored an extra point.
Game captains during the season were Alex Horwitz, Red Rifenberg, john Porter, johnny jones,
jerry Mulready, Ed Smith, and Orlando Scherling. Before the annual banquet the team elected Orlando
Scherling and Alex Horwitz as honorary cofcaptains for the season and Jerry Mulready and Cliff Rothrock
as cofcaptins for next year.
Lettermen were Willie Fredrickson, Alex Horwitz, Red Rifenberg, john jones, jerry Mulready, Cliff
Rothrock, Don Schollander, Lawrence Neima, Matty Platt, Odd Jacobson, Ed Smith, Russ Houkum, Stan
Wilson, Darrow Beaton, john Porter, Orlando Scherling, Tom Reed, Bob Bogenrief, and Cliff Wheeler.
One hundred twelve
This year the Reserves, under
Coach Lower, played no games,
but several scrimmages were held
against the first team and Sacred
Meiiibers of the squad were
Don Crothers, Kenny Carey, Roy
Gordon, Lou Hoffman, Bernard
Horwitz, Vern Johnson, jerry
johnson, Bob Jenkins, Ed Kibler,
Thomas lvlanley, Charles Mar-
tin, jack Rilling, Bob johnson,
Don Tompkins, Wallace Valley
Eldon Wzilker, Tom Callinan,
Dick Reynolds, Ed Simonson,
Wayne Schrunk, Red Anderson
Lonie Charleston, Bob Baldwin,
Cal Hagen, and Bud Coleman.
,V v r f-gg-ia'
I. 1,1 lggibi
P -N 1
Iforft They Look Interested
ENDs jerry Mulrezidy, Fargo, Pat Sheehan, Willistoiig Nick Barbie, Bismarck Meiiitt Raymond
TACKLESH Hubert Wiese, Jamestowng Harry Treglawny, Valley City, Ed Smith F11 go Robert
GUARDS Bob George, Dickinson, Harold Myrhow, Valley City, Ken Butchei Wihlvetoii Iohn
CENTERSW-'Cliff Rothrock, Fargo, Milt Kelly, Devils Lake.
Bfxcks 'Alex Horwitz, Fargo, Dennis Tufte, Grand Forks, Frank Lish, Dickinson Cx Breuer Wih
petong Bobby Heer, Jamestown: Daley King. Wzilsh Aggies, Bill Enger, lviinotg Bill Delmoit Villey City
Une himilreil zlnfisun
N Beating Detroit Lakes
Devils Lake at Bismarck
Wahpeton at Bismarck
-V -We won this one!
Another baskettall season has come and gone. Again Coach Rice developed a good team. Winning
13 out of IQ games, the Midgets went to Bismarck for the state tournament the last part of March. After
dropping the first game to Devils Lake, the boys took the next two to win the Consolation Championship.
FARGo as FAIRMONT I4
Starting the season without Captain Lloyd Fercho, the Midgets averaged last year's defeat with a 2814
victory over a strong Class B Fairmont quintet. The first half was close with Fairmont leading 5f4 at the
end of the first quarter, and Fargo, 128, at the half. The second half was a different story. With the Fargo
defense tightening, the Midgets were never headed. Ambers, with IO points, was high point man for Fargo.
FARGO 26 MOORHEAD 16
One week later, on December 9, in the Moorhead junior High School gymnasium, the Ricemen took
the Moorhead Spuds to the tune of 2616. After a slow first half, which ended 120. in favor of Fargo, Moor'
head came to life to bring the score up to iofiq for Fargo as the final quarter began. However, here the
Spuds bogged down again, while the Midgets chalked up 7 points. Captain Fercho led the Fargo scoring
with o points.
FARGO 374 BRECKENRIDGE go
The next Friday night the Midgets defeated a strong Breckenridge tive 57fg,o on the Breckenridge floor.
Paced by Lloyd Fercho, who pitched in I7 points, the Midgets held a IS'8 advantage at the half, a margin
held consistently. Mulready scored II points.
FARGO 219 NORTH HIGH 41
North High of Minneapolis came to Fargo a week later to hand the Midgets their first setback with a
4lf2Q score. jerry Goodman, brilliant North High guard, dropped in io points to lead his team. Along
One lnmdred fourteen
Consolation Champions O
S? I Sfy,
Row ,Huff to Right Amim. Lys.kQf.,1ia-lain. lviulrczidy, to l1,1 gi. om" Poscly.
Row 2-Recd, Bean, Roth rzwc lc, Fredrickson, Captain Fercho.
with Goodmans ability to score from any position, the Midgets' poor passing led to their downfall. Fercho
and Ambers led the Fargo attack.
- FARGO 29 ABERDEEN 28
Making up a 1716 halfftime deficit, Fargo rallied to hand Aberdeen its Hrsft defeat of the season in Aberf
deen, December go, 2of28, in a thrilling battle that was decided on Willie Fredrickson's field goal ina suddenf
death overtime period. The Midgets came driving back in the second half to tie the score up at 27 all as
the game ended The Eagles put in a free throw to make the score 28f27 in the overtime period. Two
minutes later Fredrickson slipped in for a short shot to sink the winning points. Fercho led the Fargo attack
with 18 points.
FARGO 29 CROSBYJ RONTON BO
Crosbyflronton gave the Fargo Eve a 3of2o setback six days later on the victor's floor. The game was
rough and fast all the way. Crosby led 54 at the end of the Hrst periodg the Midgets, iifio at the half.
Crosby was leading 22f2o as the third quarter closed. Perpich sank the winning basket in the last few sec'
onds as Fargo was leading 2of28. Three Fargo players-Y-f---Jambson, Rothrock, and Mulready fwere banished
from the game with four fouls. 'Q V
FARGO 20 DETROTT' LAKES I7
On January 6 the Midgets traveled to Detroit Lakes, where they handed the Lakers their first defeat
of the season, 2of17. Fargo, playing without the services of Captain Fercho, was given a tough battle all
the way. Detroit Lakes was leading at the half, 6-5. However, the boys launched their offensive in the third
quarter and were not headed after that point. Cliff Wheeler hlled in capably for the injured Fercho to drop
in 9 points. Rothrock and Fredrickson played a good game at guards for the Midgets.
oath itlii lredfifleen
FARGO 34 SACRED HEART I4
Sacred Heart Academy was the next victim of the Midgets as they fell to a 34f14 shellacking the follow'
ing Monday. Mulready led the Fargo scorers, and Fredrickson did a great job of holding the Deacon star,
Fletcher, to a few points. -
FARGO 39 MOORHEAD I7 .
Fargo made it two in a row over the Spuds as they whitewashed them three nights later to the tune
of 39f17. The game was only seconds old when Odd Jacobson scored a field goal to give the Midgets a 2'o
advantage, and Fargo never was behind but led by various margins throughout the game. Willie Fredrick-
son turned in another good game at guard, holding Pete Young, Moorhead ace, to a lone field goal before
leaving the game with four personals late inthe fourth quarter. Only two other Spud players were able to
tally on the tight Midget defense. Fargo had a 2I'Q advantage at the half. Mulready led the Midget offenf
sive with 9 points, while Lloyd Fercho tallied 8 for runnerup honors.
FARGO 32 BISMARCK 30
In the World War Memorial Building in Bismarck on january 2o, Fargo turned the tables on Bismarck
by defeating them 32f3o. Vlfhile the game was close from start to finish, it was the final quarter which kept
the crowd of more than 2,ooo on edge. The Demons felt the loss of Gil Olson as the Fargoans gained a 17-
II lead at half time. Bismarck came back to tie the score at the end of the third period. Fercho led the
Midgets with I3 points. Mulready did a good job of holding Yeasley of Bismarck to 6 points while getting
IO points for himself.
FARGO 35 MANDAN 27
Mandan fell before the Midgets a day later as they went down by the score of 35f27. After a close
Brst quarter, the Fargoans moved into the lead and did not trail again. Fercho put on a great show for the
Mandan fans as he scored 18 points to win high scoring honors.
FARGO 35 JAMESTOWN 42
Fargo suffered its third loss of the season at Jamestown on january 27 as the Blue Jays chalked up a
42f35 victory. Led by Ingstad and Weise, the Blue Jays cut down an early Fargo lead and kept it through
the rest of the game. The half ended 2O'I4, and the third period, 35f21. Keith Ingstad, Jamestown center,
led his team with 16 points. Mulready led the Purple and XVhite with I2 points.
FARGO 27 WAHPETON 41
A week later the Midgets put up a miserable showing as they lost to a hot Wahpeton team, 41f27,
on the Fargo court before more than 1,ooo fans. The entire starting five for Wahpeton played a good ball.
Cas Breuer, who dropped in 16 points, was the spearhead of the Wops' attack. Fercho led a seemingly inf
different Fargo club with 6 Held goals and 4 gift shots.
FARGO 26 VALLEY CITY 21
Ten days later Fargo defeated Valley City 26f21 in the Valley City gymnasium. Trailing the Hrst
quarter, 8f5, the Ricemen rallied in the second to assume a 17f9 lead at intermission time. The HifLiners
tied the ball game up 18 all in the third. The sharpfshooting Fercho led Fargo with 9 points, followed close'
ly by Mulready with 8. A
FARGO 45 MINOT 30
Minot gave the Midgets a tough tussle on the Fargo floor for the first half of a game February 18, but
the Fargo five pulled away in the third period and coasted to a 45f3o win. The Midgets lived up to Coach
Rice's prefgame promise that they would show an improvement over their appearance against Wahpeton.
Captain Fercho again led the Midgets in the scoring column as he counted 22 points. Lagging 8'IO in the
first period, the Midgets came back to gain a 2017 lead at half time.
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1 3- us :via - -e - -
Row 1-Left to Right: Paulson, Reed, Jacobson, Captain Fercho, Fredrickson, Rothrock, Wheeler.
Row 2-"Gunga Din" Posely, Lysaker, Bean, Mulready, Ambers, Swanson, Coach Rice.
FARGO 24 MOORHEAD 32
Moorhead turned the tables on the Midgets six nights later in the Fargo gymnasium as they gained a
520.4 victory. After a very close first quarter, Fargo took a turn for the worse as they let Moorhead gain a
small lead. In contrast to the Midgets' poor brand of ball, the muchfimproved Spuds retained their smooth
play all the way. Fercho led the Midgets with 4 field goals and a free throw.
FARGO 40 GRAND FORKS 39
A week later the Purple and White concluded their regular schedule with a brilliant 40139 win over the
favored Redskins from Grand Forks on the Fargo floor. The Midgets were forced to put on a great rally
to gain the win after a poor second quarter. But finally they found themselves in the third quarter and went
on to victory. Paulson and Wheeler played highly important roles in the exciting last quarter. Fargo had a
4of3,6 lead with two minutes left to go. Swendiman of Grand Forks added 3 points in the last minute which
left the audience hysterical.
FARGO 33 BABY BISON 35
In a preftournament game the Baby Bison of the N.D.S.G. nosed out a 5533, victory over Fargo on
the Central court on March 9. However exciting the game was, with the Baby Bison coming from behind
repeatedly to tie the score, most of the thrills were packed in the final forty seconds. After the lead had
changed hands five times in the Hnal minute, Johnny Abbott, a former Midget, gave the Baby Bison victory
by sinking a onefhand push shot as the gun went off.
FARGO 38 DETROIT LAKES I7
With a onefsided 3,847 victory over Detroit Lakes on the Fargo floor a week later, the Midgets wound
up their preftournament campaign. It was the second time in the season that the Fargo five had beaten the
Lakers, although Fargo had an easy time compared to the 2of17 triumph they eked out in a previous game.
With twelve men seeing action for Fargo, Fercho led the scoring attack with 9 points. ,
FARGO 21 DEVILS LAKE go
On March 23 the Midgets were eliminated in the first round of the state tournament at Bismarck by
losing a heartfbreaking 3O'2I game to a strong Devils Lake team. The boys were decidedly off their game,
as they gave a miserable showing. Playing without drive, Fargo could End the hoop for only6field goals.
Holstien of the Satans did a line job of guarding the normally highfscoring Fercho.
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FARGO 43 WILLISTON 21
The next afternoon the Midgets found themselves and gained the right to enter the consolation Hnals
with a 43f21 win over,Willist0n. The Midgets, led by Fercho with thirteen points, played a driving brand
of ball that the Coyotes were unable to cope with. Fargo had a 24'6 advantage at the half and led 36'8 as
the third period closed.
FARGO 32 WAHPETON 30
Fargo won the consolation title by avenging a defeat at the hands of Wahpeton earlier in the season
with a 32f30 victory in a suddenfdeath overtime period a day later. After lagging most of the game, the
Midgets came rushing back to tie the game as the Enal gun went off. Then after several Wahpeton attempts,
Mulready shoved in a onefhanded shot from the corner to give the Midgets victory in the overtime period.
By defeating Devils Lake in the finals, 37f2o, Jamestown won the state championship. Jamestown
entered the finals with wins over Osnabrock and Grand Forks, Devils Lake, with victories over Fargo and
Bismarck. In the battle for thirdfplace honors Bismarck defeated Grand Forks 37f33. Fargo beat Wahpeton,
who, after losing to Grand Forks, eliminated Osnabrock. One of the curious features of the tournament was
the jinx on the team that sat on the right of the scorefkeeper's table. For the first eight games the teams
seated at the right of the said table lost their games. In the game between Fargo and Wahpeton the jinx was
broken by having both teams on the right.
Lettermen in basketball were Lloyd Fercho, Odd Jacobson, Randy Ambers, jerry Mulready, Willie
Fredrickson, Cliff Rothrock, Corman Bean, Paul Paulson, and Cliff Wheeler.
F0RwARDs-Lloyd Fercho, Fargog Keith Ingstad, jamest0wngGil Olson, Bismarckgjunior Swendiman,
CENTERS-Bob Yeasley, Bismarckg George Brucker, Mandan.
GUARDS-Louis Bogan, Grand Forks, Cas Brewer, Wahpetong Nick Barbie, Bismarckg Ken Butcher,
DATE FARGO OPPONENTS
December 2 .... 28 Fairmont-here .... . I4
December 9 .... . . . 25 Moorhead-there. . . . 16
December 16 .... . . . 37 Breckenridge-there. . 30
December 23 .... . . . 29 North High-here. . . . 41
December 30 .... . . . 29 Aberdeen-there .... . 28
january 5 .... . . . 29 Crosby'Ironton-there ,..... . . . '30
January 6 .... 20 Detroit Lakes-there .......... . 17
January 9 .... . . . 34 Sacred Heart Academy-here .... . 'I4
January I2 .,.. . . . 39 Moorhead-here ........... . I7
January 20 .... . . . 32 Bismarck-there ..... . BO
january 21 ..,. . . . 35 Mandan-there ..... . 27
january 27 .... . . 35 Jamestown-there .... 42
February 4 ..... 27 Wahpeton-here .... . 41
February I4 ..... . . . 26 Valley City-there. . . 21
February 18 ...., . . . 45 Minot-here ........ 30
February 24 ..... . . . 24 Moorhead-here . . , 32
March 4 ..... , . . 40 Grand Forks-here. . . 39
March 9 ..... . . . 33 Baby Bison-here. . . . 35
March I7 ..... , . . 38 Detroit Lakes-here ..... . I7
March 23 ..... . , . 21 Devils Lake-Bismarck. . . . 30
March 24 ..... . , . 43 Williston-Bismarck. . 21
March 25 ..... .....,. 3 2 Wahpeton-Bismarck ..... 30
O-nc hundred CiglllCC
Under the direction of Coach
McCutcheon, a newcomer to
Fargo coaching circles, the soph-
omore squad played and lost one
game at the hands of Comstock,
Members of the squad were
jack Askew, James Brett, Bryan
Brierly, Robert Holzman, Duane
Houkum, Harold Keeney, Robert
Maser, Don Novaria, Luther
Olson, Bob Rogers, George Ulf
rich, and Jacques Stockman.
Under the able wing of Coach
Schroeder, the Reserves had one
of their most successful seasons,
winning eleven out of sixteen
Members of the squad were
Paul Paulson, Clayton Morud,
Vern johnson, Dan Polis, Duane
Adams, Jay Fladseth, Erv Tall'
berg, John Tomlinson, Maurice
Wilson, Lorenz Grumm, and
December 9 .,.,
December I3 ....
December I7 ....
December 23 ....
january I2 ..,.
january IQ .,..
january 27 .,,.
january 28 ....
january 31 ....
February 3 .....
February I4 .,..
February 18 .....
February 25 .....
February 24 .....
February 25 .,...
February 28 .....,
Onc hundred ninctzc
SOPHOMORE SQUAD L f
RESERVE SQUAD- ,
v K 1 .
Moorhead Reservesfthere. .
Moorhead Reserves-here. 1 ,
Walcott-here .,., ....,
Dilworth-here. . .
Wahpeton Indians-there ....
Sacred Heart Academy-there ..,.
Valley City Reserves-there.
Sheldon-here ...,.. .......
Moorhead Reserves-here. . .
- c t to Right: Rogers, Olson, Keeney, Novaria, Holzman. Stockman, Maser.
Grumm Sanders Adams johnson Tomlinson, Paulson, W'ilson, Polis Swanson. Morud
. . . . , '21
. ,. '15
Without doubt, it would be difhcult to find another high school with a record in
hockey that would compare with Fargo's. With lettermen Hi Fuller, jack Porter, Warren
Oschwald, Bob Hilber, Clarence Gronland, and Dick Brown, Coach Mickelson found it
somewhat easy to develop another state champion team.
But let their record speak for itself:
january 13'gFargo. Sacred Heart Academy-here
january 23JFargo. Crookston Cathedral-there.
january 27'-Fargo. Jamestown-here ...,.....
january 28lFargo, Breckenridge'there ..,.
February 3'Fargo. Wahpeton-there ....
FFargo ..... . . .
Fargo 4.... . , .
Valley City ........
Breckenridge-here. . , .
Sacred Heart Academyfhere
March -Fargo Valley City-here ....
March -Fargo Grand Forks-here .........
March 1ogFargo ..,., . . . Crookston Cathedralefhere. .
Row rvLeft to Right: Cosgriff, Hersler. Hcxum. Brown. Kegel, Dwyer, lvlclmughlln, Devine, Hogoboom, Smith.
Row 2--v-Coach Mickelson, Grilfen, Powell Fuller, Gxrbcrg Oschwald, Welsh, Rohs, Jepson, Rhode, Anderson, S h lng
Dewey Hesum .....
Warren Oschwald ....
Clarence Gronlund .....
jim Welch .......
Harold Griffin ....
Dick Brown ....
Bob Hilber. , .
john Porter ......
Kenny McLaughlin .....
H1 Fuller ............
1 2 o
1 2 1
State Champions 0
Tied F.H.S. Points Opponent Points
0 24 7
1 29 5
1 SI 8
0 48 I9
o 63 8
1 41 20
0 98 IO
1 354 85
Position Scores Assists
. , . center IQ 9
. . . defense 21 6
. . . wing I4 9
. . . center 9 9
. . . wing IO 4
. . . wing 3 7
. . . wing 5 3
. . . defense 5 2
. . . wing 3 3
. center 2 4
. . . defense 1 1
18 goals 90.7176 stops
98 goals 75- 'Za stops
6 goals 90.9'Z1 stops
9 goals 90.71721 stops
3 goals 9O.6'Z7 stops
Awarded letters for their participation in hockey this year were Warren Oschwald, Hi Fuller, Clare
ence Gronlund, Orlando Scherling, Pat Gosgriif, Phil Smith, Dewey Hexum, Dick Brown, Harold Griifen,
Jim Welch, Bob Hilber, john Porter, Kenny McLaughlin, Fred Kegel, and Jack Heisler.
One hundred twzntyonc
O Track and Field
Row 1wCarter, Hall, Horwitz. Miller, Captain Carey, Stewart.
Row 2-Iverson, Fredrickson, Bjerken, McMahan, Mulready, Peterson. McCullough.
Row 3-Coach Lower, Beaton, Wilson, Tallberg, Flaa, Smith. Coach Bridgcford.
A week after the state basketball tournament last spring, a call was made for what
proved to be the state champion track squad, the sixth Fargo has had in as many years.
Because the N. D. S. C. track was torn up, practice was conducted by Coach Bridge'
ford on the M. S. T. C. track in Moorhead, while the field events were under the tutelage
of Coach Lower at Manchester field. Two lettermen, Terry Carey, distance runner, and
Alex Horwitz, hurdler and sprinter, were the only point winners besides Carl Miller from
last year's squad. However, the work of Willie Fredrickson, Dick Hall, Tom Stewart,
Bill Carter, and jerry Mulready brightened the usual glum forecasts by the Fargo mentors.
Starting the season, the Midgets defeated Fessenden 34M to 28 to win the Central
North Dakota high school track title at Fessenden on April 30, about a month after track
practice had started. Walter Dobler, virtually a onefman track team, gave Linton third
place, while Streeter with iz points was fourth. Two meet records were broken, Alex
Horwitz taking the low hurdles in 23.6 seconds and Leighman of Streeter running the 440
in 54.4 seconds. Dobler was high point man with 14M points, and Horwitz was second
with I3 points. Eighteen teams were entered. Horwitz, Stewart, and Hall placed second,
third, and fourth in the ioofyard dash. Terry Carey took second in the halffmile. Horwitz
won the broad jump and the low hurdles. Carl Miller won the pole vault with a leap of
IO feet, 1 inch. Wilson took second in the mile run. Fredrickson in the low hurdles,
Miller in the high jump, and Wallace Bjerken in the javelin all placed fourth.
A week later on the local M. S. T. C. track Fargo suffered her first defeat in several
years. The Midgets with 42 points placed third behind the surprisingly fast Staples High
team and Coach Hubbard's Grand Forks Redskins with 55 points. Moorhead was fourth
with ten points. Terry Carey won praise with his brilliant halffmile in the first heat of
the high school medley event. Running as anchor man, Carey, lagging by 3,0 yards be'
fore the hnal turn, turned on the steam to edge out Grand Forks and give Fargo her only
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State Champions -1938 0
first in the relay events. The Midgets ran the distance in 3, minutes, 57.3 seconds to chop
off 36 seconds from the former meet record established in IQ37 on a heavy track. Horwitz
won first in the century, establishing a new record of IO.6 seconds. Mulready placed
third in the shot put. Horwitz and Fredrickson took second and third places in the low
hurdles. The Fargo relay teams placed in the other relay events.
In the annual Kiwanis track meet the following weekend, Fargo gained a tie with
Fessenden, each scoring ZQM points. Bismarck was third, with IQ points, and Devils
Lake fourth, with 16 points. Despite high wind, two records were shattered during a
competition in which over zoo athletes from 34 schools participated. Alex Horwitz of
Fargo bettered the high hurdles mark with a new record of 16.6 seconds. Kolegraf of
Hope ran the mile in the record time of 4 minutes, 46 seconds. Horwitz won individual
scoring honors with I3 points. In the golf tournament, Roy Olson was medalist with 78.
Besides winning the high hurdles, Horwitz won the low hurdles and placed second in the
broad jump. Terry Carey placed second in the 44ofyard run. Iverson and Carter tied
for second and third in the Ioofyard dash, while Fredrickson was third in the low hurdles.
Fargo High's entrants to the state meet were qualified at the district meet held at Wah'
peton on May 20. Alex Horwitz, Vern Iverson, and Terry Carey were already qualified
in certain events. Six other district meets were held throughout the state on the same
day to qualify entrants to the state event. Those qualifying from Fargo were Hall and
Stewart in the 1oo'yard dash, Fredrickson and Flaa in the javelin, Iverson and Fredrickson
in the high hurdles, Wilson in the mile, Mulready and Smith in the shot put, Peterson in
the 44oyard run, Miller in the pole vault, Fredrickson and Hall in the low hurdles,
Mulready in the discus, Carter and Iverson in the zzofyard dash, Flaa in the high jump,
Carey and Peterson in the 88ofyard run, and McMahan and Flaa in the broad jump.
Terry Carey, veteran distance runner, was elected captain of the 1938 track team by
squad members before leaving for the state meet.
The week following found the Midgets in Bismarck to defend their state title. Scorf
ing 18 points, Fargo retained the championship. It was a great day for the smaller schools
whose athletes carried off IO of the I4 first places in the meet. George Rempler of Zeeland
was high point man with 15 points, winning the roo and zzofyard dashes and the pole
vault to give his school second place. Bismarck finished third with 14M points, and Cav'
alier was fourth with II points. The meet was close right up to the finish, Fargo never
being quite sure they would come out on top. The Midgets scored their 18 points in four
events. Horwitz won the high hurdles in 16 flat with Iverson third. Stewart placed
third in the century. Horwitz topped the other hurdle event in 23.5 seconds with Fred'
rickson right behind him. The relay team of Iverson, Carter, Fredrickson, and Horwitz
reeled oif the halffmile in 1 minute, 37.6 seconds.
Those awarded letters in June were: seniors-Terry Carey, Alex Horwitz, Carl
Miller, Bill Carter, Verne Iverson, and Louis Peterson, juniors-Willie Fredrickson,
Tom Stewart, and Dick Hall.
One Inmdml twenry-time
0 Intramural Sports
Row 1 AllfCity Champions Sifritfs Players.
Row 2 -Osman's Champions Southside Basketball Wiraners.
Row 3 Hi Fuller's Hockey Champs McCutcheon's Footballers
Intramural Sports 0
The doubles team of Hi Fuller and Bob Mason annexed the doubles' crown in the
state meet last spring. As the result of last fall's tournament this year's squad is made up
of Don Schollander, Jimmy Sullivan, Bill Toomey, Marcus Sirrs, Bob Vogelsang, Hi
Fuller, Gerald Nilles, and Odd Jacobson
Intramural football was organized soon after school started in the fall and continued
to the last part of October. Leo Osman's team was the victor with four wins, two ties,
and no defeats. Kastet, Sifritt and McCutcheon followed in order.
At the end of the season the coaches and captains picked an allfstar team of ends,
Art Streed and Dewey Hexumg tackles, Wendell Anderson and Phil Smith, guards, Norm'
an Westlund and Bob Streedg center, Kenny Getmang quarterback, Dick Conlon, half'
backs, Lloyd Fercho and John Saul, and fullback, Warren Smith.
HOME ROOM BASKETBALL
Mr. Rice's home room won the annual tournament by defeating Mr. Krueger's team
I7'I. By far the most exciting game in the tourney was the one between Rice and Cecka,
with Rice finally winning 25922. The purpose of this tourney was to give the coaches an
opportunity to look over the available material. ,
Ninetyftwo boys were divided into eight teams with Hi Fuller, Phil Smith, Bob
Hilber, Pat Cosgriff, Orlando Scherling, Tom Morrow, Bob Vogelsang, and Dewey
Hexum as captains. After playing three sevenfgame rounds, Fuller's team was declared
the winner by virtue of winning the second and third rounds after Hilber's team had won
the first. On Fuller's team were Stan Wilson, john Porter, Don Schollander, Warren
Smith, Vernon Anderson, john Lindquist, Fred Kegel, Warren Oschwald, Bill Sherman, and
Cal Hagen. X
After the homefroom basketball tournament, four battleball teams were organized.
At the end of a schedule completed after the Christmas holidays, a team composed of Bob
Hook, Bob Shriner, Clayton Melby, jack Holmes, Jack George, Sam Brandes, Foster
Jensen, Don Schollander, Bob Bruns, Roy Miller, Robert Maser, Keith Christensen,
Harold Keeney, Reid Seastrand, jack Rilling, Irl Pickett, and Dan McGuigan were def
clared the winners.
Soon after battleball was over, intramural basketball was started with seven north'
side and southside teams. At the completion of the schedule Kenny Getman's northside
champs defeated Matty Platt's southside champs 3019 and 2618, after losing the first game.
As preliminaries to the Baby Bison and Devils Lake games the northside allfstars def
feated the southside allfstars 35f27 and 25f22, thereby winning the annual allfstar series.
One hundred twenty-five
Row i -Left ro Right' W. Hi-xum, Holmes.
Row 1 fllwycr, Solstcn. D. Hcxum, Hilbcr.
Row 3 --Karalcitson, O'Ncil. Hillstrom, Reynolds, Rogers, Necs, Flynn.
Row 4--'Askcn D, Tviorrow, Uunthorpe. Duncan, Hart, Nystul, Tiffancy, Brandes, Suhr.
Row sfhlanson, Fricse. Pcttltt, Knautz, Ranks, lvianlcy, D, lvlorrow, Kanahle.
Physical Education Exhibition
"Up goes the curtain! Everybody set?"
Featuring 'Prosperity of 1939" as its theme, the annual exhibit was presented this
year in the Central High School auditorium on the evenings of March 27 and 28. Under
the direction of Miss Eileen Nuessle and Mr. Whitlock, physical education instructors,
the students were able to present a variety of work.
It has been the custom in previous years for the boys' and girls' physical education
classes of the high school to give an annual demonstration of their general class work
throughout the year. Much skill is displayed in performing various feats connected with
The modern trend is for boys and girls to work together. Two dances, the Waltz
and Square Dance, were evidence of this.
With some 355 pupils participating, the exhibition was divided into two parts. The
first half was devoted to tumbling, drill, apparatus, parallel and horizontal bar work,
flying rings, pyramids, and calisthenics by the boys' gym classes, with outstanding work
by the Friese and the Hexum brothers.
In the second half the girls' gym groups presented a pageant written by Kathryn
Bryant. With world fairs in both New York and San Francisco, our attention was drawn
to efforts toward world peace and prosperity. In this pageant the character Peace CKay
Kennedyl represented the main influence in bringing the nations of the world together in
a spirit of friendliness. As the Trumpeter Clxflarjorie Dudleyj and the Herald fVirginia
Thomasl announced the arrival of representatives from various nations, each delegate
lsore his national flag while choruses danced in native costumes of brilliantly colored cam'
bric or crepe paper. Each country was introduced by its national anthem.
Ona him bel twcnr r
Physical Education Demonstration, Contimzea'
Some of the featured dance numbers were the English Hornpipe, the Viennese Strauss
Waltz, the Swedish Klappdans, and the Loch Lomond fling, a modern interpretation of the
highland fling. Gayle Brantseg and Virginia Huglen, supported by a chorus of pixies,
took the parts of Chinese laundrymen in a tapfdance number entitled "Chinatown Tapicsf'
Elsie Ryan and Lillian Burns performed solo numbers in a Turkish acrobatic dance along
with a chorus of Hfty girls. America CElsie Heibergj was the final visitor. She expressed
her wish for cooperation and in the grand Hnale called the other nations to pledge their
loyalty. America, holding the attention of all nations, then sang the "Star Spangled Banner."
Several special numbers were interspersed in the evening's entertainment, including
a juggling act by Orlando Scherling and Denis Shirley, a gypsy dance featuring the Eortin
sisters4Gertrude, Georgianna, and Phyllisg and a special comedy Apache number by
Jerry Morrow and George Truesdell.
Lovers of oldftime dance music had an opportunity to see a group of young people in
several square dances with the Corn County Serenaders furnishing the music. Making
up the orchestra were Frank Scott, piano, Kenny Jones, guitarg Anabelle Donovan, violing
and Dorothy Ruud, accordian.
The Senior High School band under the direction of L. C. Sorlien provided music.
Piano accompanists for various acts were Geraldine Wisehart, Leonore Simonson, and
PEACE AND PROSPERITY OF l939fGIRLS' GYM CLASSES
Row I-Freeman, E. johnson.
Row 2-Lidenberg, D. johnson, Huber, Holman, Kennedy.
Row 3-Heggeness, M. johnson, j. Hanson, Tennyson, Livengood.
LOCH LOMOND FLING
Row x-Rose, Sheik, Sundhlad, Ilgen,
Row 2'DllViS, Ruud, Holtgard, Livengood, Oakes, Pearson.
Row 3-Huseth, Swegarden, Gilbert, Kelley, B. Peterson, Mastcrson, Schreiber, Ohnstad, Winger.
One luiwiilrzil twenzvfseiien
GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB
"I have three hundred points, so now I may join G. A. C."
Points are earned by participating in sports outside of school hours. s soon as a
in the club. One thousand points
girl acquires three hundred points, she is eligible to jo
earn a felt letter and fifteen hundred merit a gold pin for the member. By playing soccer,
field hockey, cageball, basketball, and volleyball and by engaging in the individual sports,
. . . . 3 . t
uch as tennis pingfpong badminton, and deck tennis, a player may acquire poin s.
5 a ,
Recreational swimming and life saving classes were held. The Moorhead Cirls'
Athletic Club was entertained at a getfacquainted swimming party in the Fargo poo .
. . . ,, b
'iAn activity to meet the needs of everyone and everyone participating has een
the motto of this group since its organization in 1930. All the sports and social activities
are supervised by the Girls' Athletic Club Council, comprised of the various sports man'
agers who are elected from the club members.
A playlet to inform the girls of the activities of the club was held early in the fall,
and in the spring a skit presenting a preview of basketball was given.
President .,......,.. ...,.. y
VicefPresider1t .... ..,. B arbara Randich
President .......... Mary jane Morgan
VicefPresident. . . ,..... Betty Provan
Secretary ........ ..... R uby Anderson
Recording Sec'y. ...... Mary jane Morgan
Secretary .............. Bernice Swanson
Recording Secretary ,.... . .,.. Doris Law
Advisers. .Miss Nuessle, Miss Schjeldahl Treasurer. ,...., . . , .
Row 1vLeft to Right: Orr Stools: Dudley, Anderson, Carrier.
Row r -Seated: Miss Nucsslc, Probstiield, Arncson, E. Olson, Stcnhjem, Provan, Solwick. Randich, Carter, Miss Schieldahl.
Row 2 fMorgan, Upton, D. Anderson, Drager, Monson, Cull. Warner. Fmnknsky, Lcrc. Ames, Scattcrday, Ulvan, Swanson.
Row fggcsmilfl, Kennedy, Tildcn, Shcrc, M. johnson, Byorklund, Steiner, Cunvaldscn, A. Clson, Solcm,
One humlreii twenty-eight
ALTZ OF SWANHILDEI'
Row 1-Left to Right: DeLores Carrier, Ruby "GROUND STICKS " "W
Anderson, Barbara Randich, Helen Sol' LEFT 'ro RIGHT! Ruby Anderson, Helen Solwick, Gertrude
' Bernice Swanson, Marie Arneson, Marion
Mary Tilden, Bernice Solem, Gloria Hanson, Betty Provan, "ON YOUR MARK, GET SET, GO!"
a Tighe, Barbara Randich, DeLores Carrier. Vivian Murray, Bernice Swanson, Shrley Peter'
son, Polly Carter.
Row 1.-Edith Olson,
Swanson, Marion Solem, Barbar
Marie Arneson. Pat Wilson, Cora Ulvan,
Rosa Bishop, Gloria Hanson. Verna Huber,
DeI.ores Vold, Dorothy Cull, Irene Kemis.
and soccer la ers as
"Get it in! Make
Bruised shins, but pleased grins, c ld hockey
they relaxed after a thrilling game. This year the rule of no substitutes and no r g
teams was observed. The players were divided into two teams when they arrived at
Manchester held, about six blocks north of the school. Games were played on Mondays
and Wednesdays. At one meeting field hockey held full sway, and at the next soccer held
the girls' attention. These two outdoor sports were continued until late in the season,
when cold weather forced its temporary abandonment.
Barbara Randich was student manager.
"That's all for tonight. See you tomorrow."
Mr. P. E. Mickelson, Physical Education director of Fargo, is the coach of the large
group of girls who yearly play summer softball.
Divided into two groups, the northside and southside teams, the girls play regularly
' pose outfofftown teams.
One htmdred ti
that score l"
1. A bulky ball gets tossed around.
2. Waiting to start the big game.
'iOver she goes!"
Lots of energy is required to
push the mammoth-sized cageball
over the net, which is shoulder'
high. Spectators have an easier
time watching this sport than many
other sports, for the ball is very
Betty Provan. cageball manager, reported that Doris Law and Martha Davis were much in demand,
for both of these girls towered above the other players.
i'Toss it! Get it overll'
Because of the small size of the ball used in volleyball, the game is fast and exciting. The ball is tossed,
thrown, or pushed over the shoulderfhigh net in order to score a point. Shirley Peterson was student manager.
Miss Nuessle and Miss Schjeldahl were the faculty supervisors of these six sports.
"How did you come out on your game last night?"
Each individual's progress was eagerly noted in the tennis tournament held in the fall. Eightyfeight
girls participated in the contest which was conducted as a ladder tournament. Lasting till late in the season,
the tournament aroused much interest. When the last net was rolled up, Phyllis Heiberg was proclaimed
champion and Sybil Pull runnerfup by the student manager, Barbara Randich.
One hundred thirty
I. Time out to pose for a picture.
2. Deck Tennis enthusiasts.
3. High scorers in pingfpoug.
"Get my ball, please?"
Afterfschool audiences at ping'
d into ser-
ong games were presse
vice as novice players missed the
tin balls. Games were started
after cold weather made indoor
em more attractive.
Jeanette Jolosky was duly pro-
on, while Phyllis
Heiberg, jean Johnson, and Cora
Ulvan were next high in the scoring. Under Marie Arneson's management, the contest was run off in
the form of a ladder tournament.
'LWatch the birdie!" takes on a new significance in the gym after school when the girls have their fun.
The little birdie used in badminton whirrs through the air after leaving the sender's racket to land with a
' ' K nnedy acted as student manager for this sport.
light thud on the opponent s racket. Kay e
"You missed! That's a point for me!"
A soft rubber disk whirred softly through the air and a girl's outstretched hand reached it only to send
it spinning back to the sender. Deck tennis was one of the minor sports which was very popular this year
as it had not been played for some time in Fargo High. The game becomes more fascinating as ease at toss
ing and retrieving the supple quoits is acquired.
Barbara Randich and Mary jane Morgan were student managers.
One hundred zhirtyfzmz
After two Weeks of preliminary warmingfup practice to get one's limbs in shape and to perfect one's
shooting ability, a "Round Robin" tournament was started in basketball. This type of playing schedule is
most appealing to the girls, for it enables not only the Winners but also the losers to compete in the contest.
Championship games were played in sophomore, junior, and senior brackets, and winners were def
clared in each of these classes. Miss Rowlands' homeroomers, captained by Mary Tilden, beat Mrs. Hel'
' ' ' l Mr . Carstens' girls, coached by DeLores Carrier,
ferty's group for the sophomore title. In the junior c ass, s
defeated Miss Okerlund's team. The senior games were the last to be completed, and in the last game Miss
Gretzinger's six, led by Adeline Lere, conquered Miss Weaver's sextet. Mary jane Morgan and Dorothy
Cull managed the tournament.
Basketball, usually the highf
light of the girls' sporting activities,
dropped slightly in playing popular'
ity, but still drew many interested
spectators. Sixfplayer teams were
adopted this year to give more girls
an opportunity to play.
By competing in organized ac'
tivities, such as basketball, volley'
ball, and cageball, players earned
Hfty points toward membership in
the Girls' Athletic Club, or their
letters and pins. Team captains ref
ceived an additional twentyfhve
points, and each member of a
winning team received an extra
3. The best of the seniors.
S m ash
O-ie hundred tlninymuo
"Can you pass the Red Cross swimming test?"
This was the only requirement enforced for eli ibl'
g 1 ity to receive instructions in Junior Life Saving.
Lessons were given by Miss Nuessle from four until Eve each Tuesday. An age requirement of twelve, in
addition to ten hours of pool work and textbook instruction, was required before one might receive the high'
lyfprized junior Life Saving Badge of red felt,
Girls who were seventeen and who were already junior life savers were eligible to receive the added
instructions and pool work necessary to become senior life savers and to receive the coveted Senior Life
Large crowds of girls thronged the pool each swimmin ni ht
g g , while Miss Nuessle and two qualf
ihed junior life savers acted as life guards.
i'I'll race you to the end ofthe
Fun reigned supreme when the
girls dived, played tag, and "dogf
paddledl' from four till five each
Wednesday in the swimming pool.
For the first half hour all forms of
swimming took place. During the
y those who
other half hour onl
could swim and didn't mind being
ducked attempted to stay in the
pool. At that time water polo, an
aquatic game similar to soccer, was
played. This sport was recently
introduced in Fargo High and is
rapidly gaining popularity.
2. Ready for .i big leap.
3. Holding on for deal lite.
S p l a s h
One hundred thirryfrhrez
MAY FESTIVAL, 1938
"Brr! I'm freezing V'
Warm, sunny days were expected, but when dawn broke on Saturday morning,
hearts were broken-it was cold and gray! Nevertheless, Fargo girls plunged right in
and won second place in the track meet at the thirtyfhrst annual spring festival held at the
North Dakota State College, May 5'7. As usual, Fargo High girls were entered in the
track meet, dancing contest, tennis tournament, and baseball series.
In the 5ofyead dash Bernice Swanson and Shirley Peterson took second and third
places, respectively. Bernice Swanson placed third in the 75fyard dash. Jean Tilden won
secondfplace honors in the baseball target throw.
Fargo's relay team of Polly Carter, Shirley Peterson, Vivian Murray, and Bernice
Swanson captured secondfplace honors.
Barbara Schmallen and Catherine Casselman were entered in the tennis tournament,
but were defeated in the first round of the singles. As a team, however, they were un'
conquerable and emerged champions in the doubles.
Fargo's baseball team coached by Mr. Mickelson, Physical Education Director of
Fargo, won third place in the baseball series.
Gertrude Fortin, ballet dancer, was the only one from Fargo to place in the dancing.
She took second place with her performance of the ballet dance "Waltz of Swanhildef'
Girls of Fargo High eagerly anticipate this festival, for it is their only opportunity
to participate in interscholastic competition.
"Sway, dip, bend, weave." Modern dancing was portrayed by girls of Fargo High
for North Dakota teachers at their annual convention on October 27.
A modern dance was performed by seven girls before the cyclorama, while Geraldine
Wisehart played Tschaikowsky's "Fifth Symphony, Andante Contabile Movement."
Floorflength, fitted, white iilmy gowns with long sleeves served as marked contrast to the
"Shuffle, break, tap, hop."
Ten dancers, selected by tryouts, gaily tapped out to the tune of 'Tye Got a Pocket'
ful of Dreams" and delighted the assembled teachers from North Dakota schools. With
Geraldine Wisehart as accompanist, the dancers, wearing sweaters and full skirts, demon'
strated tap dancing in swing time.
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A point is for Poetry
You'll read here,
To you so dear.
Another for Seniors, On this cover
The ones you know- You will see
The hopes and hobbies A fivefpointed star-
As Seniors go. What can it be?
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The Diary's Life at school is
The thing for you. Work and playg
It brings back things The fourth point deals
Fargo High did do. With the latter today.
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We hope you End you,
One and all.
6-Scrape, sigh, scrape, sigh. No, we're not wash'
ing walls, but these are the noises we heard today.
My, the heavy burdens these sophomores carry!
15'-GiI'lS, hang on to your hearts. just because the
boys look good in a football outfit, how do you
know they aren't bowlegged? Boy, what a surf
16-Four o'clock and still no pep assembly! How
can we win our first football game without a pep
assembly? Worry, Worry, Worry.
We won grfo. Whoopee! After the game the
boys were patted on the back and they couldn't
take it. Someone, I guess it was Tom Reed,
fainted. Hiya Tom!
zo-A man from Michigan University talked on
Egypt today. Boy, was he hot!
21'-We had one of our best pep assemblies today.
Season, Season, Season. This isn't one of those
colds, it's a campaign for season tickets.
27-Yes, sir, the Kilties from Scotland played here
today. We found out that Jim Poseley was in love.
Beth Piers Stars.
29-My stars! We had a professor of astrology
talk to us today. I could go for his goatee. Beth
2,0-Hooray for Jocelyn Birch! She can put pep
into the assemblies by the same name. Oh, by the
by, we beat Minot gzfo.
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Beside being active in extrafcurricular activities,
Ruth has had time to shower bits of sweetness here
and there from that attractive personality of hers.
That is evidently what elected her to the Student
Council and thence to an office there.
You wish to advertise? Perhaps he can help
you. At least he did others who needed the help
of the BifWeekly advertising. The slim, blonde
Reo seems to have feminine friends everywhere
from Philadelphia to San Francisco. That slow
drawl of Reo's in "Anne of Green Gables" was all
right, too. Although you'd hardly think it, he was
a master at slow thinking.
Shirley you know her! She's that singer of
songs, that winning vocalist and "operettafic"
lead. Known especially for her voice, Shirley also
has other things to her credit. An active Kent
member and a National Honorite, she has had a
busy time here at Fargo High.
One hundnd thirty-six
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Next to being president of the Student Council,
Leota enjoys working with others in the Sistocratic
League and Quill and Scroll. This darkfeyed
brunette spends much of her time smiling at
folks. Among other things, Leota has a most at'
tractive speaking voice-one that makes you real'
ize she's widefawake.
Personality, pep, and poise-that's Lorene
Candor. As if editing the Sistocratic paper wasn't
enough, she went right into debate and emerged
with top honors. In dramatics, her art, she cerf
tainly "wowed" everyone by her characterizaf
tion of the old lady in "Willfo'fthefWisp". With
her success also as a F. H. S. student play director
she is well on the road to a dramatic career.
She's the girl with the big voice. Known by
many as the "girl who can really dress" in previous
years, Harriet has been a real actress. Remember
those three funny girls who were often on assemf
blies? Well, she was one of them and then, too,
an active Tripolitanite.
One hundred thirtyfseven
ferry Morrow Has Idea.
4-Is baby still looking, Gloria? That was some
skit the Cynosure BifWeekly put on today. Did
Jerry have the right idea when he picked up that
7-Jack Heisler gave a peppy pep talk in assembly
today. This afternoon a man experimented with
liquid air. I guess the team showed Valley City
who was who in football history.
jones Leads Singing.
Io-Red Cross assembly this afternoon. Kenny
Jones led the community sing. Instead of throw'
ing pennies on the stage, we put them in the Red
I47W6 played Oakes today Without a pep
assembly. Fredrickson and Jones scored for Fargo,
with the score ending zrfo.
15-The sophomore girls put on a style show for
the girls today. We should have better posture
Nam-rn and Fredrickson Speak.
18-Bill Narum, representing the Student Council,
and Willie Fredrickson, representing the football
team, talked on the pledges we signed.
Putz Gets In.
zo-What a game! We beat Moorhead gfo.
Gail Putz,was there with a suitcase and we don't
mean a bag. She claims she was in the band for
F ly Away.
24-W6 had a man speak on microbes today. I
bet no one would refuse their mother's pie, even
if a fly was on it.
28-Beat the Wops! This was the cry uttered by
the student body today. I can't remember the
score, but who cares as long as we WON!
Whait a party! Everyone danced.
"And all were clad in gala attire."
You shall do this. You shan't do
Go into your dance, kids.
Slap that bass and have a little
Here we go round the Christmas
Fargo Forum com petitors.
Hippety Hope V-Where's the harher
Let's hope they lit.
Can it was? Yes, it are! Mid'
He must he the goodflooking one,
What is this? A toothpaste ad?
Do you need a pull, Gail.
Wlio can he so interesting?
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