Fargo Central High School - Cynosure Yearbook (Fargo, ND)

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Administration ' Posrtunii IN PaosE In the midst of uncertainty and national peril the members of the classfof I 42. tak their diplomas and leave the Fargo Senior High School to assume such responsibilities a confused and chaotic world may demand. We are all unhappily aware that material and idealogical revolutions are shaking the social structure and the civilization of the ages and that the future is unpredictable. There is one postulate, however, unmistakably clear. Educated men and women must solve the problems of both war and peace. The war must be won and peace must be defined by the vigor and brains of an educated generation. Qur graduates are already on the march to' ward a decisive conquest of ignorance and evil, but they must still answer the call for a more efficient and higher leadership based on additional learning and more technological skill, to he attained through discipline and work and sustained by an inspired faith in the Fatherhood of God and the lfrotherhood of man, B. C. B. Troma G- Dean of Boys. J. H. Bricker Dean of Girls, Gladys C. Carney . Q s Ynir K I V' f' f - ff- f , I, i fX1i.a .if ,fi at iw P. E. Mickelson, Lorraine Pederson, Marguerite Perl, L. C. Sorlien Special Department What is more relaxing after a hard day's work than to be ahle to pick up a good hook and read it, to listen to and understand good music, or to watch or participate in an athf letic contest? Students leaving school this year are going into a world in which it is becoming ever' more important to have lvoth physical and mental relaxation. For graduates of Fargo High this will present no problem since during their school days they have had a chance to participate in all forms of athletics, vocal training, glee club, the A Cappella choir, hand, orchestra, musical quartets, and have lfeen able to use and acquaint themselves with a good lihrary. L. C. Sorlien. . . ........,... Music Signe Euren ....... .,.. G rrls' Glee Club Marguerite Perl, . , ......,... Librarian P. E. Mickelson. . . , .Physical Education Lorraine Pederson. , . . . .Physical Education 0-'S .Za 02- Lyezxi TM-' l qua A .ff-ki The hand struts its stuff at the Moorhead game. N I-XX Ten as RQ -J. -'Q 1 135 .i52i.1"2.fff?4'35s.,, -gcibg -5 :f-AN r Vincent McNamara, Miss Mabel Willi.ilns. Mrs. Dagmar Carstens, Mrs. Doi' ' Fry, Mis ikenes, Mrs.K.- yi If Helferty, Miss Constance West. , ' R442 - :-.WL f - , ' .e Nor IN PICTURE: Phil Rognlie, Miss Gladys Rutter. 'LM' k F LV 57 English Included in the course of every graduating senior is a complete study of English. The high school English curriculum is divided into three divisions. The first division is Theory which includes the fundamentals and rules of grammar. Such things as "may" instead of "can", "am noti' instead of "ain't", and tahoos on dangf ling participles are familiar to all seniors. Also included in this division are lessons in spelling. The next division is Applied English which is again divided into two sections. Most important is Speech since it is used in every form of activity, whether you are rich or poor. Of course, as you become more adept with your speech, you can add to your en' joyment by taking part in dramatics and debate. The second part of this section is Writ' ing. Every day some form of writing is done by the majority ofthe people. It may be a composition, a letter, or just a business report. The third division can and should lie enjoyed by everyone. It is Appreciation. Many of us will never see the landmarks of Europe either because we arenit able to travel abroad or tecause they are being destroyed by the war. However, they are within our reach in the Rimous classics. Perhaps even more important than this feature are the facts about our own country and its history and traditions. Although it has been nearly a century and a half since the ride of Paul Revere, it is kept alive in the minds of the people by Longfellows vivid description. It is our privilege to have freedom of speech and press. Thus it is our patriotic duty to learn to use them to the best advantage. l Patty Martin presides while Ruth Clauson gives an oral report Mlss Marvel Ellison Eleven Wage I fs V 1 . if if yank ,gJff ilTTT 0 ii' 1 Misses lfllna Nelsuzn. ljfninl l..I,l'.X'1Q. Christine liulloek. Laura kiffflllljff. hir: Delia Cfrutliers Foreign Language 'ivsllly study language'7u solneone inay ask. It IS not lneans hy which to inake ,l llX'il1g1 it li not that they expect to speak the language when they trayeli neither IS it hecause it has long laeen a part of the traditional CLlITlCLllLllU. Rather it 15 a forin Olwl1lCllI.ll discipline which requires exactness. A leackground for the understanding of the English language is received only ffOlU the study of other languagf es. Slxtyfslx per cent of the English words are derived from Latin. Thus the study of language goes hand Ill hand with sciences. law, and lnediclne. The world IS continually growing sinaller due to the llUPI'OX'Ckl inethods of transport' ation. Thus it hehooyes us to try to understand people of other COKIHIVICS. their customs. ideas. and ideals. This we are alale to do when we study their languages. For instance, a person has a distinct advantage in doing lfusincss with South American countries if he understands their language. Besides the practical advantages. we should not forget the cultural lvenetits to lee gained from the study of the literature of other nations. After we have attended to the practical husiness of making a llying, we wish to have also the ilnplelnents with which to enrich our llyes and enjoy our leisure. For these reasons, Fargo High School offers Latin, French, Spanish, and German. Wllell the world is again at peace, new problems will present thelnselyes which will require an understanding and knowledge of the other countries which can lfe ohtained through the study of language. Differences in culture have made a COINIDOII understand' ing dithcult. The l'est way to secure lasting peace for the present generations 15 to Olwf-llll a colninon culture. O Tannenhauln. O Tannellhauln. Ta fir ft- -, - '-1'4'1 t., A -e' V etkiryl .vigil-51-'f-h "Q :e -4 ,tx lion 1 li l' kziiegei. Miss Alue Tilu-it. ll. Ii. lliitle-r!iii.f lion 1 l li fXI5i'iiteheoii.l ll Usnziixl' I' Schiiiilieigfi, ll C' Xi wx lliiu i H X1 Ii iliznsi-ii. I' l N "lii.s. ll I S1'ii'f Science and Mathematics With slide rules, test tubes, compasses, and pickled frogs, the faculty memlters shown here are engaged in teaching the more or less exact sciences, The curriculum inf cludes plane geometry. solid geometry. trigonometry. advanced algebra, hiology, chemisf try, and physics. Seniors who graduate this year will enter a world which is becoming increasingly aware of the need of scientists to defend itself against those who have pervert' ed science for the devils own ends. Future citizens of the peaceful world to come will need knowledge of lsoth natural and physical science to aid in recouping the vast amount of natural resources lost in this wasteful period. The exact sciences teach knowledge un' biased by emotion, nationalism, or demagoguery. While the world struggles against these everfrecurring human weaknesses, Fargo High is patiently instilling in its students the scientific spirit, that objective reasoning power which is proof against false propaganda. ln this democracy, we are certain that science will never be debased, but will lie used to make the future brighter for all of us. Still, the present emergency makes a necessity for high school graduates trained in the fundamentals of science so that they may be quickly adapted to services requiring a knowledge of such fundamentals. Science is knowledge and knowledge is culture. Let us hope that in some future decade. science will l'e permitted to flourish in a peaceful world beside its fellows, the rine arts. to give to all the world .1 richer and more universal culture. i. .al--H Getting under a grasshoppers hide An experiment in optics. Tm' icrv: ...Z fist 1 1 Hi S521 G. B. Horloeker. George Kester. Tore Allegrezza. T. -I. Vavrina c yrtle Okerlund. Edna Akre. Stella Weaver. Mary Nowatzki. Mary Fowler Often you have heard the statement 'iHistory repeats itself... Never lias this seem' ed truer than at the present time. Social Sciences NNI SN To the glory that was Greece, and the grandeur that was Rome we owe the reginf nings of our knowledge and culture. A study of these developments is received in World History. After a course in Moderii History, it is easy for one to understand the comparison between Napoleon and Hitler which is often times mentioned. As yet Hitler's Wziterloo has IiOt heen reached but perhaps it will be in the near future. So that one may hetter understand his privileges and ohligations as a part ofa great democracy, a course in Civics is offered. It is your duty to have a knowledge of your government and to fulfill your place in it if democracies are to remain supreme after this war. We can neither hope to discuss the causes of the present war or the peace to come later unless we have some knowledge of Economics and Sociology. It is an economic war that is being fought now. Such wars in the future can he eliminated only by social and economic changes in some parts of the world. Qur studies in history are only fundamental facts which are preparing us for our part in the future world --'whether it he peaceful or warring. Trying to keep pace with the map of Europe. ii' . Fla.-rem ' V ,Q 35.45, ggi as '. -T' if--5 2 1: - " if 4 'VEJ FLEIQLKL . ,s,.x. X: f ,lf S X A ah..-r nt Roxx intl lN1issCleleste Smvka. O. vl. Kastet, R. Nl, Still, i. .. Noi ix i'it'i'l'Ri: H. l.. Rice. Y K L Applied Arts A workinan is known hy his chips. Ancient inan is known hy his artiliacts. Our own civilization is noted for its Ngadgetsu. When songs and stories and languages have heen lost, handicraft in some form is always left lvehind. Ancient man more often exf pressed himself in concrete l'its of handiwork than in alastraet poems and liallads. Applied art is one of the most useful forms of selffexpression. Courses in art, wood' working, metalwork, mechanical drawing, printing, cooking, and sewing are olliered. A girl can design a dress, decorate the material, and then sew it. Wheii completed, she wears an attractive sample of her initiative, sense of color and design, and skill. Beauty is only skin deep. Woiiieii are judged hy the way in which they dress and feed themselves and their families. A man, too. must lfe able to design and produce attractive things in Wood and metal for his home. With the knowledge gained in manual training, many a man has made his home a trihute to his artistic skill with wood and metal. Iv1an's ahility to adapt himself to his environment and to adapt his environment to himself depends to a great extent upon his skill at handicraft. Moderii times call for draftsmen, mechanics, dieticians, Welders, and other types of skilled workers and technicians. The industrial arts department is expanding rapidly at the present time. George Korol swings a mean compass and Beverly Kjorlaug sews a fine seam. Fifzcm V25 .si .441 f 'f 1i!Lf,V,,.5' , ... .ELL U" . . ' ifelf. if 1 ' ff" Q --Nl-43-.2 A,...-f-...V iss lxlary Alice Boyle. Herbert Earhart. Mrs. Edna Froehlich. Francis Galvin. Miss lrene Schjeldahl, Commercial Department ln this rapidly changing world where the boys are being called into service to protect their country and the girls are being trained to support themselves, is it any wonder that the commercial department is becoming more popular? Every day the government's demand for people with knowledge of these subjects is increasing. Almost daily, clerical and stenographic examinations are given to till federal positions. The department offers bookkeeping, shorthand, typing, commercial law, salesmanf ship, economic geography, and secretarial practice. In addition to the teachers listed above. the department includes George Kester, who teaches commercial law. This year, cofopcrative education under the direction of Tore Allegrezza has been introduced. Clickety clack comes echoing back Balancing the budget. N x Biff-X, I ,wh - .X QJ5 J w f 4' lr- fgf--,f ' .- Y-. Y, 'X xxx wnnuww I Cr: 1ur-'- +0-1-..N,,,W il "?"l's...1.,,,,,4 gli? Dorothy P1t1r on Leon 1rd Hembon Eumee Broms Co operative Education M111y gr1du1teb from F1rgo H1gh School C1111 If l1bt my to ptoxpectne employerb Ye I h1xe h1d experrence 1nd dehmte II'Z11I'l1Dg III secret1r11l clerlcal or s1les work Thl h1s lneen th result of th Co operatlxe Educmon Progrun 1I1lL1gL1I'lted thl'1 y 1r under th d1I'6CE1Ol1 ofthe co OI'd1llZ1fOI', Mr Tore All gre 1 It h1 heen 1 co oper1t1xe xenture between the Qchool 1nd buslness hrms of our comrnumty The students under thls progmm go to bchool Il1OI'II1l1gS where they t1ke 1 rel1ted Subjeel courbe Dur mg If-IeI'llOOl'li 11nd on S1turd1ys they trnn 1n some OlllCe, store, or shop wh1le they 1re on the Joh To msure the employerb 1 bupply of prospectwely efhuent employees, only thoee stuelentb who show the necebmry qu1l1hc11t1ons 1re 1ccepteel Personallty 1pt1tude III terext 1 deblre to recelxe 1I1bCl'L1CI1OX1a on the Joh 1nd mn the1r rel1ted subjeet, 1nd 1 con flIlLlLd growth III knowledge 1re borne ofthe qu1l1nc1t1onQ ebwentul for 1ccept1nce 111 th1s prourun The tr11nee 15 Qhovxn th1t emplovers V1 1nt people who can bolxe problems l'1eI'lCe he requlreb workers w1th 1 hrgher degree of 1l'lfell1+Z,el1Ce The progr un hopes to elexelop 1 bource of Hifelllgellt young men tncl women tr11n1d for the 1ol3b of the1r cholce It IN IH lI1NVx er to the 1ge olel qu ry, Hue you h 1d trnmng mel exper1ence7 Secret1r11l course ror One wemebtet Arlme Anderson em Be11l1 Al1ce Brede M1x111e C1rr1er, EUIIICL Huxgen MIYQIYLI Hogm, BOHIIIL McC1rl, L1Verne W1ll11111s lllel S lfl Snuth Secret1r11l course for two semebten Florence Borden ELIDICL Broun Joyce Brun Arleen H1gen Lo1s Heldm 1n, Lou Iohnson, Dmn Klugnun md Myrt1s W1rd R tnl xelhng couree for One Nemexter Arllne Andtrson C1role Chelgren Edlth Chovsmnv MIIXIIT Curfmm Ger1lel1ne Freem 111 Demu Glll 1ke Leomrd HlIlNOl1 le1rl HLIIOI1 Llveflle HeIHdf1CkNOIl Dorothy Hollwr Shlrley johnson Dorothy Iohnson Don Knuelxon Iohn Korol M1x111e Lmdgren Ed1th l..lI'9bOll Lon MIIID Tefebl lNelbol1 Dorothx Peterbon, Dorothy SelxeI1Q lx1y Sexerson, NOTIIXI Th1cker, Colleen W1ll11111, mel Ex lyn We,ter1111n11 bm mrrm .1391 JF1!3,.51ff Vjfwi -1-...AL Ni ,1 1- 1 ' is 1 4114 sm Sli? 113-11 ' 3 ' 1 Dun Klugrrmn K11ySever5on lviax1ncC11rr1er , 1 1 S L . , .1 5 . . . . , e- . 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The commission promotes good sportsmanship, competition in the school's athletics, and awards purple "Ps" for proficiency in intramural and interscholastic sports. The various activities ltetween halves at games are arranged by the commission, as well as the organizaf tion of a peppy cheerfleading squad. President. . . . . Mr. Still Secretary Hola Roethke Boarcl ol Publications The Board of Publications is organized to maintain the high standards of journalistic vvork done hy our annual and laifvveeltly staffs. The editors of the annual and hifvveekly for the next year are appointed by the hoard in the spring. This group is made up of the husiness and editorial advisers, the editors and husiness managers. and the printing adviser of hoth the annual and the newspaper. Ifzglitcuwx l:L..i,:' .f'3-- jf Su, xr-so 'N-I no STl'l7liNT i'UL'NL'll, llwxs j. l'.111i Vl11111s. l1:11 l311'x.txx. li 2' l1.1xxs11f. linlilirtx-1:h.1lel1. N11 N wh lr 1:11a 1 Rliizr1sAl11l111s111p1 mf.11.-2.1111t.1..1.A11.1111111.121-.,1...-1s.111f.,.- lluxx' 1' Y1rQ1n1a Vl11.si.1tl1:.f'f"rs1.1r'nt. N1 111l1.1 l51.1'1. l11.111 Hem: 1e,1d!i1'v1'i'.. 11151. l,11tx' l1r.'x':11e lX1UNlTllliS linux 1 U'.x1e11fi11lul11l1l, l711n ll:-s1'lZ11n. ll1 1li lliwtlrlw. H11xx.1r.l Rnhs, 131111 Ahlfv- Row 1: ,hm Dixon, Ken l,.11'tl.ek.Gal-'S1n11l1. l111nxx.1x ,'Xl1rI'I1. A111115 l.1 lttu, Row 1: l.1ll11n H1l1111 .Sh tie". l'l11lel'.1lt.ll-'11l.1l1 h1.l1'111sxx111tl1.,l11h11K1.1l1', Student Government The Student Council is an organization elected hy the student lvody to represent them in the managing of school problems and the promotion of school activities. The monitors are chosen representatives who enforce the laws of the school in the halls. First semester monitors: Donovan Mohr. john Cale, james Dixon, Beulah Mc' Fernsworth. Boh Roethke, Gale Smith, Owen Crindahl. lviary Scherling, Howard Rohs, Shirley Hulehak. Second semester monitors: Conway Austin, Lillian Hilmo. james Dixf on, Beulah lvicFernsworth, jim Thompson, Boh Nowak. Don Hoselton, Boh Ahlers, Alfred Loktu, jim Ciyilla, Kenneth Landeck, Dorothy Molir. The Student Court is the committee to whom all infractions of laws are referred. Cases are tried and sentences imposed. 'Z -X 13'- I' si wk R., STUDENT COURT Gertrude Doelxter premdnzq officer. Harry Solherg TLTUYLIITIQ secretary, Virginia loistad, Boh Dawson Xzvistcen A .f -f'fT-fx!! 43,122 Q fi ,, ,M-if ai' ' . ysf as X. 4 . X-I' ", , - xi Qda ,. , Q 4: :iq 1 vt u -.-' s " - , l. qeqiyl Row 6 Owen Grintlahl. ll-il' Dm sun. Dick Hngolwnii. Row Q Sallx Pearsuri. ,leanne Sro-liiiavi. lflizalwetli Sehonlwrg. Helen Reed. Dun C'ulin.ui. Hviixaii Horlriian, Howaril Rohs. lrtnl Bristol Duane Sehulenln-rg. llol- llwexlilv. lkwlw Ou.-ns, Daxa- Y rung. Norinan lf.'l.lc u Row 4 l3.irli-nv vliviirs. lflizalu-Ili Higgirt. llclen Sixler. George Hi-we. lim Dm sun. Muiii- ,lirliIimvH. Ken l.an.le.'lt. lrcntiss 47 lloh Funk. Tom lieenev. Bolt Ureeuhalgh. Rom 3 Koh Rogers. Calxin lierqhu, Duane Biglien. .lnxee C-leniari. Niarx' Nlellhul. liner Xi vruin. ,loan Heinz. Claude Xixers. Dir' Cliapman. Bill- l' irtl Rim 1 luv us lea ii . 51.irvurielll,iqk. li.-ne Kli1iix'il.ls.'i:. Lori une Kililer. I5 ir 'Thu .'Kfl':i.fXi4r!li.illli1r. Helen li-ixxler. when Mi ".- l ucli l i n Rim i Doreen Helsing. Din Uilhx. Rai Milt-ilrn. Dun XYeiiger. BNN ll itteraiqk. limi' li.-11, -' Nui ixl'1trl Ri: Kithle.--11'tlni.in.l2er:ru.leImneltzvr Sportsmanship Club For leadership in scholarship, good sportsmanship, and honor. Fargo high school's Sportsmanship Cluh was organized in ioz8. lviemhers for this honorary organization, which include live per cent of the student l'ody, are nominated hy fellow classmates. The faculty passes on nominees and posts additional names of worthy students. The list is then set up hefore the student hody. The cluh holds meetings every second Thursday. At the close ofthe haskethall and hockey season, a hanquet and dance is given in honor of the two teams. President. . Bob Dawson Vicefpresident. , . .Ralph Croal Secretary. . . . Lucy Greving Treasurer . . Virginia joistad Adviser. . . .H. L. Rice Croal. Greving. Rice. Dawson. -Ioistad. Taenfx .Sri ,. fx - .xx Row S- -Duane Seliuleiilveig, Iliel. h1A'r.rekvvi. lliuee l..iml-nniii. Row 4 Bob Ahlevs, l.exx'is St.irlwnlweig. lark lvlelerx. Pal Soilie. lfx.-lxn XV.-sreiriiaiiii.IMw1lw Hollal. Helen Nenna Row 3 Doris f'le.ull.ind. Iwhiilyn Hillw-. Iioiwtliv -ln1liiisuli.Sliiilex -I-,limi-ix, I7-iwiln' NiIl.'s.Sxlx1.l laislulwigli. M uizon XY.irr-rs. Run' 1 Maile Mirkulsoii, h1.irg1vl3eliel-vii. Rurh XVilh.un. linux.-vsjolinwn, h1.uv-iii-f Svlwns. Holi Srliiriii.-I, l lm tl lhrivess. Row i f lilanrhe C'oinxx.nll. l.--is ling.-i1rir'!. I-nm Rwliinsr-ii. l:l.nx'1.i I..uf-rn. Na-win IK-I-'lf-iii. M.iig.nel Ki-1-Vuiinl. -lar--1 M4-rg.rii.UIfili.1 Comms. Helen lolumr-iv. Noi lx Pirri ui: llrwilx llminvlrllilll.l'lr'rl.lllllirlvf.Dwi!D.ilg.HV.l1l.41!3-'l1".Alr'!111lr'l-llXklenf l.mi:rr Nl-1 iv I ilxin U lhriels. llelmr Reniunrl.Kflnfolrl YX1uvr.K.4x l'it.h. Helen Koiidws. American Junior Red Cross Red Cross is ai synonym for service. Much has been done and is now being done by the American Red Cross society during the present world conflict. Cur own Red Cross Council is but a small part of the local branch of the international senior organization of good Will. The members of the junior Red Cross Council, selected from the iirst hour classes, are organized into an efficient working body by the adviser, Miss Stella Wea1x'er. The first big task laid before them is to enroll the entire school into the Red Cross. In cof operation with the Cass County Chapter of the Senior Red Cross, they help the rest of the schools in tfpe city to organize. Throughout the school year, they meet during the regular club periods to discuss the current developments in Red Cross work, both at home and abroad. Fargo High is proud of its junior Red Cross chapter and supports it well. President. . . . . . . . ..................,.. Bob Ahlers VfCE'PT6S1d671IS. . . . .Dorothy Nilles, Sylvia Lushbough Secretaries .... . .janet Morgan, Duane Schulenberg Treasurer. . ...,.......... Marjorie Bengtson Adviser. . , . .Miss Stella Wezix'er 21 Ahlers, Nilles. C11 Bengtson. VJeaver. Morgan. Twrnfx une f gi A -f' Ja X 'A .av izfijf ffii T 'J' .1 W QV fix fl 495 wvf..A V ,,w, A ggfww I wav what . 3-Q A Aquzilibizll X Q Q Q Q3 W? 1sa--f:i -1:1 :2- .:a L ,Q f "5 V- .. . I,.,3'2 f. : , we "" xl f wf , W Ae V42 ' . QW .,V IQ gi YQ Y- Q2 N ma saw We i 7 Lf f YB QW 43' Q 2 . gg Q' as ,. 1, ' X sux 4: ,Q ::g.g.5::-:5:5::fg:,- wx.. '- F' ag 9 ' 4? ' w +gi ,' : -: - am Q ' W ,:. .V Ag, ' PQ' W9 4 S Q, 1 'is 3 as vvn laws E- Pep Club This club, whose membership is open to all girls ofthe high school, fosters the high' est ideals of school loyalty and promotes ll wholesome, enthusiastic school spirit, President A A ......,.,....,............,....,.,,.... Lucy Greving VicefP1esident t....,.. ..... A A A A A , ....,, A A A ,Shirley Kienholz Sec1eta1yfTreasurer ....... A A A A A A A A AMz1ry June Reed Adviser ...,.,,....,,..,., A ,... A , A A AAAAAAA Miss Rowlands C23 Rovxlmds Reed Football banquet C15 Kienholz Lxrexing Loy ilty is expressed both by ittend ince fit gimes ind contests thus giving encour ige ment to the pl iyers und by extending hospit lllfy ind kindness to v1s1t1ng tewms At the close of the footbill selson in recognition of the loyalty dlspliyed by the members of the footb1ll te im the club entertwins them it a banquet This is followed by 1 socnl hour it which members of the te1m 1re guests of honor ind to which members of the Pep Club mqy invite guests Qk9,tsg,f5leff?? ' R ', . . A , , Y Y . ' ' S 5 v 3 1 1 5 f ' . ' f e t e e 4 i , L 3 ' , . . I . . . . . 8 e e, 1 L 1 i . I I . . . 1 . 5 H X e e , L ' X . 1 . . i . e e , e e . 1 1 4 . 5 3 's I B e e , e 1 . Tu-euzyfrhrzc f '- L ,-: V . F J 2 , . . l , J' ' g s W! - r,-.e.s A X It fr. ny,- L' ,ff 4 ,fn 1, L il.. 74,4 ,Ay ,, Sistocratic League . .to foster democratic spirit throughout thc school, providc additional social conf tact, work toward the welfare of the school girls as a whole, and provide opportunities for practical training and entertainment." Sistocratic Tea ' ,suv 1' of af fi' l f i Kudrcy R mmc plax Pit Sorlic pours for Dorothy Tolltf on Saclle Hawlclns Day Party 'N Liuigy umaltl cn and C retnhi Vvlilliam T ll do pi h tylc 1 lx L in Ll A mr Bob Fccncy lohn Korol , ' c ' A ' 1 ' ts . . G '. st 3' .lgh ' c QQCC s ' as Dasy Li' 1 tl it , la '. U E I i' X Tu-enlv fmlv -, lx . f ' iii ' Nr . 'cb ll-' ' 513, tin, -"i 'wg- h T v Ni? G? Ist semester emuirzl' Coleman. Gunvaldsen, XXIIILI. Hein: znd semester roiuicil' Herhison. Harririgron. Reed. Ruud FIRST SEMESTER SISTOCRATIC COUNCIL President Irene Gunvaldsen, VlCC'PTCSlCl67lf joan Heinz, Secretary Charlotte Wind3 Treasurer -joyce Colemang ART. ,Dorothy Allen, chairman, june Isaak, Abbie Lou Letofsky, Hilma Monson, Audrey Weatherford, Elaine Fox. FRIENDLY. .Ruth Harrington, chazrmmig Delores Frederickson, Edith Gelder, Emily jane Stahlem, Beverlee Thompson. MENIBERSHIP. janet Miller, chairrmmg Shirley Bergren, Lillian Hilmo, Donna johnson, judy Papermaster, jeRH!Ie Stockman. PUELICITY. .Eileen Heinz, chair' man, jean Edhlund, Lois johnson, Lorraine Kihler, Evelyn Thurnau. SeHoLARsHII'.. Gertrude Doekter, chmrrmuig Geraldine Alstead, Pat Sorlie, Dolores Hahne, Marguerite Hegg. SENIOIVLITTLE SISTER. .Pat McCarthy, clzairmimg Marjorie jenson, Gloria john' son, Louise Magill, Naomi Peterson, Shirley Rick. SERVIQE. ,janet Morgan, ehairinmig Maxine Burr, Beverly Ruud, joan Hegne, Arlys jensen, Margaret Kopperud. SECOND SEMESTER SISTOCRATIC COUNCIL President Ruth Harrington, V1CE'P7CS1dC71Z" Helen Reed, Secretary Mary Herhif song Treasurer Beverly Ruud. SCHOLARSHIP. ,Shirley Kienholz, cliairnmriq Florence Christian, Beverly Waters, Ruth Clauson, Mildred johnson, Donna Leggett. ART.. Deirarest Bowers, clfzairrnmig Beverlee Anderson, Renee johns, Etta Mae Kitzmiller, Peggy Wilson, Mildred Ohnstad. FRIENDLY. .Beverlee Thompson, chturrmmg Pat Dunlap Sorlie, Lee Baldwin, june Stotler, joyee Gunvaldsen, Doris Hamilton. MEMEERsHIIf .Patty George, cliairrming Lois Wangen, Mary Harrington, Katherine Householder, Darlene jones, Naomi Peterson. SERVICE. .Marion Sehollander, clmirrming Marilyn Hilmo, Eileen Gro.e, Arleen Grove, Donna Ruud, Flavia Larson. PUBLICITY. .Leila Southard, chtnrf mrzrzg jeanne Stocknian, Bonnie jean Wylie. Tu-evilv-III e S 'Rift "SMILIN' THRU" CAST Kenneth Wayne ,... Kathleen Dungannon . John Carteret ...... . . , . .Edith Gelder Dr. Owen Harding. . . . . , .Walter Muriin . . . .Arthur Pierce Willie Ainly, . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vern Cole . . . . . .Fred Bristol Mary Clare, . . . . . . . . . . . .Delores Flagg Jeremiah Wayne ..........,. Bob Flynn Elderly housekeeper ...... Joyce Coleman M oonyean Clare ........ Virginia Joistad Just before her marriage to John Carteret, the beautiful Moonyean Clare was killed by Jeremiah Wayne, a jealous suitor. Therefore, years later, the hate for Jeremiah still smoldering in his heart John refuses to allow his niece Kathleen Dungannon to see her lover Kenneth Wayne son of Jeremiah When Moonyean appears to John in a vision md points out to him the wrong he is committing agunst Kathleen 1nd Kenneth John relents ind the lovers ire reunited Coached by Mrs Charles Fry -4 I Moonyean s wision THE WHOLE TOWN S TALKING CAST Henry Simmons Mrs Simmons Chet Binney Ethel Simmons Letty Lythe Donald Swift Brice Nesbitt Colleen Wallum J1mes South Ger1ld1ne Peterson Eunice Wilster Din O Day Roger Shields Jnnes Dixon Lila Wilson Patricii McCarthy Sally Otis DCIUIFCST Bowers Annie Danni Johnson Taxi driier Brym Brierley Sadie Bloom Silly Renden 5 qfggaggy A manuf1cturer l"enry Simmons wishes his daughter Ethel to m1rry his junior partner Chet Binney to keep the ownership of the factory in the family Ch t is defin itely not a ladies m1n so in order to 1rouse Ethel s interest in him the two men concoet 1 scheme whereby they let circulite 1 report 1l'out 1 secret loxe 1tf11r Chet supposedly hid with 1 well known 1HOX1e at ir Letty Lytbe When Letty with her motion picture director ll1Cl 1 young millionaire also become implicated in the story in truth The Whole Town s Talking Coached by Herbert Earhart kstggieas sleek 7 S 3 , , . 1 1 Y . . 5 . . . 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Sifritt yi. ,Q x 'ill' -l'dCl4lCS Q Howard Krageland, Wayne Harrington, Ken Lamleck, Prentiss Cole, Bob Nees X Th I X' ,. pg, ,wi Q Sgauiwgy 1 S, 92- rift 157 I :'.-ig,-S Y 3-"xx 1 fzllffd Samsow. Dick Hanna. -lim Bill Winkler. Boh fil john Herhrandson. Papasergia. Jim Hcisler. Fredericlcson. I7on-Darggin xvlvll 0 LL Ends Norman Felde, jerry Weingarten lMgT.l, Dave Young, Dan O'Day, jack Cosgriff, Bob Davenport ,T Rothrock. Bob Cook. Bill Cates. Stan Weisman, Tony n, Gene Engel, Bob Paul Jones- Milrshilll Reserve coaches: Osman, Kester, Mzixey. Thing-r Backs Upper left, then clockwise: Don Wenger, Bryan Brierley, Norm Wheeler, Bob Greenhalgh, Mickey jones. Duane Baglien. Not in picture: Bill Gompf. lie: f' l - ff" 4' H , ,f J y .X ff if ,1-5-??f1'i,-ff 'ff' ew. A' jg!-fq A-1: mi Summary of 1941 Season Fargo High Midgets opened the grid campaign on Sept. I3 by handing the local Sacred Heart rivals a 12f6 defeat. The Eastfwest conference began for Fargo on Sept. I2 with a smashing victory of I2'O over the Wahpeton "Wops". Thrilling the crowd in the grandstands, Dan O'Day plunged with the pigskin NQO yardsi' for the longest run of the season. We added to our record with a 7'7 tie with Breckenridge. Copping the second Ekl5t'W6St game, Fargo defeated the Valley City HifLiners 2O'6. Bob Greenhalgh, the plunging Fargo fullback, brought in I3 points. In a nonfconference game with Dilworth, Fargo brought in a IQ'I17, victory. The Hghting Spuds from across the river threatened the undefeated Fargo record, but were blocked by a I4'Q loss. Oct. I7 found the squad at the Grand Forks stadium lighting desperately with the Indians for a 19f6 win. Literal' ly it may be said that Fargo missed going to the state tournament by one point. This hippened when Jamestown nosed out Firgo with 1 1 , I2 victory The Midgets ended the 1941 se ason with an easy win over Mandin of 18 o in our stadium The old prov erb All work and no Joy makes j1ck 1 dull boy holds true even in football Our boys had their fun when they took their longest trip of the season to Amcondi Montana They tied their game 1 , all then spent an afternoon visiting the famous copper mines We show them below leaving the mines in outhts borrowed for the occ1s1on Sept Sept Sept Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov Cole ODay Brierley Co riff Mr Rice Ho oboom Fargo Fargo F argo Fargo 1cHFargo Fargo F argo F irgo F irgo Totals Fargo I Sacred He art Wahpetoia Breckenridge Valley City Dilworth Moorhead Anaconda Jamestown Mandan Opponent yi QW ,fl-J! 234 , 1 F 4 1 , 5 e 1 e 3 A 5 5 2 3 2 A 1 jf A . S i 5 3 ' 1 i 1 1 'A 1 1 1 f ' 1 ' . f 1 N 1 ' 1 1 1 N ' ' 1 . 1' V i ' 1 1 1, ' 1. s 's -1' 1 1 j L , 3 1 L ' ' ' s 2 ' x - wwf P 3 .uf 1 ...,......... 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Eighty girls were grouped into five sixteenfmemt er teams. Captains were Beverly Maline, Sara Saumweber, Lois Nelson, Lorna Longwell, and Jeanne Rudd. Lois Nelson's winning team included Marion Shiek, Lucille Courtemanche, Gloria Peterson, Mary Herbison, and Allie Lu Phelps. This team won five consecutive matches. Wet weather hampered the tennis tournament. Nevertheless, twentyfthree young maidens sallied forth to do battle on the courts. Sally Renden, with six consecutive matches, came out winner, while Gloria johnson, with five, was runnerfup. Field hockey teams were not chosen this year. Teams were organized each evening on the Held. This shuffling of teams gave each girl a better idea of the importance of team work. Stars were Lorna Longwell Mildred Quam Marion Sonquist Barbara Doerr ean Monson Eileen and Arleen Grove Clarice Olson and Shirley Kienholz. High point men in archery were Howard Murray Norman Selberg jim McGovern Bob Oppegard Ed Samsow Marcus Kittelsrud Eugene Tiffany Leland Delger and john and Nick Korol When it came to counting bull s eyes Tiffany carried off all of the onors Pass and touch football drew one hundred and ten boys Captains were jim Brophy Bob DeVol Calvin Fercho Eugene ohnson Dale Olson Lewis Paper Ch irles Rhode Riy Sebens George Ulrich ind Bob Flynn Winiiing team was Flynn s with Rich ird Buck joe Zeis Bob Aas Richard uim Bob Ludwigsen Bruce Bra iten ind Bob Sand xik Runner up team was Paper s whose team mates included Dick Christian Pat Bar rett Norman Selberg Bob Oppegard Eugene Frederickson Dick Biyley Jack Saunders and Dave Letofsky She won high gr ides in ill her clisses first place in the state high school violin contest and golf trophies too innumerable to list here Miss Georgia Tainter is an exceedingly accomplished person Georgia Hnished her school work eirly gr idu ited in lbsentia in Jinuiry and betook herself to the sunny South early in the year We gixe a summary of her adx entures Ceor 111 Tainter Miami Biltmore Tournament winner Palm Beach Tournament winner President Fulgenci Batista Medal Tournev in Hax ana Cuba winner Red Cross exhibition match Georgia ind MIIIUI pro Ben Loving winners oxer Dorothy Kirby ind national open ch imp Cr ug Wood Ormond Be ich Tournament winner Florida East Coast Tournament runner up winner in IQ4I T r E13 ,ina ffflfiggg , 1 1 1 J ' v a 9 L l 7 7 9 , s 4 9 a a a r . 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Tcmmf 7lL'll7IL'T'1Lf' Ulorm VIOhI1:OII. Fxuld Hnflqcy dnxmpx fzw Iw11.drc,l Qnmm. Lnrn.1 Lnngwcll. N1gmon Sonquzir 3 I3.nrlmr.4 I,OCI'Y.SIHTICB'KlCIl110!1.xIC.tIl N1U!Irl7Z1.fI' Arlccn Grove. Eflccn Circwc. Climrzcc Olfnn, Ulaklys I cturfcn Tixxrm-.mm vm ,MJ ,J-1 1, 1. ui . , ZX?-?1l1 my ,, 1.1-' Lf-gf' ,nf 7 ,JPL '1 :tk "F, I' 3 fx, "Ar .'S ' -- Q " vm' : N f Q ' 'kim NL X- x SQL: kay' Row 4- Row 3- Row zn- Row i' f Nor is Pi Ray' Sehens. Don Vlenger. john Gillig, Dan Chapman. Claude My'ers, Ralph Croal, Dick Hognhoom, Dan 0'Dav, Bob Hetzler. Art Pierce, Boh Ford, Hyman Hellman. jerry Weingarten, Evelyn Thurnau, Dian Klugman, Lois Mann. Colleen Vlallum, Dorothy johnson. Doreen Helsing. Bryan Brierlev, Helen Reed. Darlene Innes. Kathleen Colman. Luella lde. Bah Butterwiclz. Luis johnson. Helen vlohnson. Helen Fowler. Dorothy Knsin, Paul Robinson Dorothy' Nilles. .luvce Coleman, lwlariurie -lensuri. Mrirguerite Hegg, Arlys Ilensen. lwlarrha Blair. Bill lwlelxlahon. crrns: Walter Murljn. Quill ancl Scroll The Quill and Scroll, international honorary society for high school journalists, is made up of meinl'ers from the stalfs of the high school paper and the annual. To he elect' ed to this organization, one must he an active memlver of the Cynosure Bifweekly or the Cynosure Annual staff, and one must have the recommendation of the adviser of that publication. Cnc of the main social functions during the year is the midfyear informal banquet for the alumni, at which time the new memlters are initiated. At the formal banquet in the spring, more new memlers are accepted. The new editorfinfchief and the new business heads of the Cynosure Bifweekly are also announced at this hanquet. President .,.... , . .Marcus Kittelsrud Vicefpresident ,,.. . .Morris johnson Secretaryftveasurer. , , . .Irene Gunvaldsen Adviser .,.,...,. .... P hil Rognlie Gunvaldsen, Kittelsrud, johnson Tlnrzvcaglit .-ie .J-X Fi JN: , , X Row 2' Heisler. Nesbitt. lkrueger. l'eeiiey, Arnold. Ahlers, f Row 1--E. johnson. Peterson. lmvene. L. johnson, Brauer, Heinz. Debate Mr. Krueger and his interscholastic teams attended three tournaments this year. The iirst was at M. S. T. C. where twenty schools were represented. This tournament lasted two days and Bob Ahlers made honorable speaking rating. The second event was held at Moorhead, which was a triangular debate with Breckenridge, Moorhead High, and Fargo attending. This was a nonfdecision debate. Ten schools made up the third event at Breckenridge. Nothing was at stake and everybody enjoyed the day. Miss Okerlund assisted with the intramural debates which are held each week. The topic is changed after the usual two rounds. The intramural teams got their iirst experience at the meet in Moorhead which was a non-decision event. Debate is held outside of school and is open to all. Those who debate consider it a lot of fun. INTEascHoLAsTlc TB.-im: joan Heinz, Betty Brauer, Lois johnson, Harold Arnold, and Bob Ahlers. 'Topicf Resolved that every able boy, a citizen of the United States, should have cne year of full time military training tefore reaching the present draft age. INTRAMURAL TEAMS: Caffirmatirel Edith Gelder, Walter Krueger, Virginia Lovene, and Howard Murray. Fatty Gran, Richard Hagen, Marion Maloney, and Brice Nesbitt. Cnegatirel Tom Feeney, Ray Goldherg, and Geraldine Peterson. June Pickett, jim Heisle and Eunice Johnson. I 9 Mae Row :W Hagen. Murray, Mr. Krueger. Miss Okerluiiil. Row I lvialunev. Gran. Gelder. Thivlvrxivie X I 1 2,5221 .avi J 'SQ' 4 ,Q .. ...m..M, ' va in--'NWS , ,, 'sem-as -V a imdslh-'AK HW ly? , ,M nw, UW ASSETMBLIES: R B Grown ot'Urc.ntcr N. Ihk. :5Xvo:, xuth Tx1r. Txghs .Dupont mm lllnlstnutfs new phu- tlgs Ix1QCT.1rLhy. S.1ux:,1:rs. ilulxlcr, I'.ux'r111m1rf.acr N43' ,Frcdsrxckwru 15 .1 r.1p1Jffirct.mlkcr1n .my l.mgu.4gv Rulvmcvfi. ins vmolm,-ll1.igc I'.u1Wsor1 Nnrrh I5.1k11t.1 Apprc:1.1tmz1 NVcck .hsphy C. F. Silmrmlvcrgrr Jcxgrmlww "VJ1hlL1Ifc:I N. l7.xk." Ihwull, Owen-. S:lu11cnIw:rg stumptcvrB1fxx'cckfys.1lcs. -X wwf 1 . .X . . , M ni ifhekfxl ' f - K' '- 1-T . f ' Lb v . :,zg.....-H Pi J .RN U AIT. I'.m'Amcr1c.un club ,Trxp-v11r.m . 915:-cum scruwr-llttlc slsrcr qumnmrfc Imr.rmur.4l sp: 'rrs Class Jay lx1.nyFcsr1x'.sl. January :'xR1.1N1i U. ANDERSON Eurhvlvzcf x'1-'r-prcslrlmr. trlnxsnlrur Imm- rmml spwrrs Class day. K Vu rmfx M. IQXNDFRXUN M? 19 IJONALD D. ASKER N.mwr1.r1 hr-nur s-mary A Cupp-311.1 :hrur B' us' Uh-Q Club trmsurcr Imr.xmur.al -Pwrrs Scwncr club rrcmsurcr kin' Pcs' f1'..rI r.n.h.v skit ,Iumnr :Lxss rrmsurcr luuwr prrlnu ,lccwrnwns Chas Jw. DA vm BE.-XTON Plwwsrcrnm A Cappella Qhuxr B.mJ H4-xs' Ulu' Club Typm Cvnusurc .mmml f mr! Mfxxccklx' Rcscrw f'fmrPmll Track lvx:r.4mur.4I spwrts ,lumur prnm Qlc.mr.xr1m1s Rum' O. BHFETH Psp qlulw Phwsturmn Sxsrucrarlc sqhularf Shep. scrum-r-lxrrlu sxsrcr cumnmrces Inrmf mural src-rts. EUNICE H. BROMS N, Fm!y'fil': 1'a 1 X I -' 1 :rb -1' 'Ny 'Muni 1-ni' 552. -5:'55' , ,V if 'X v Graduates 54.-XXINE E. fiARRII'R 5 PQ R Sm- gr ms w.rrr.ux. ru.-rv.Iwr-luxp .wnvnltrcu Prmluctum smrf "'Thr- Uh-wr Hxcs bwulh lmr.xmur,4I spwrvrs 1-Af Prim-.lem junwr prnm r.-trcshrnrnrs Vhbs day. xX7lI,l..'XRll P, C1 nu Kunl lull 4mul,4l -5'-1114 1'M-- .H FORREST F. Crsmrxm Frmzlmll. R, lj.-XLE Fxexwrmm livvuusurc lwfxxccklx' prmmmg surf Inrrm mural spwlls t:ER.-XLDINE L. FRILEMAN Euthcmqs U.A.if. lmr.um1r.u1 sp-arts Clara dn , UQ. 2125319 1' ,gi sr'-A A., fs. 9-2 ff . .N . N-nn.-1 px pa.-v.l.-nl, QIEORGE R. Gum csxxlvnx Iffmlhull .lurr.mun.1l www l xm-su1f.mnu.xl s.1lusnx.m. Lows E. KIREEN 5..v1 v xxivfpl-'ixlrrtl ,Iuluwr IMI K :H- fV.u...uyp I'1'xxT-ykij, prmtmg bud. Gmuxox G, GRONL.-xx lm H 'Ju lnrr.1mur.,ls -wrts, Laoxmuw M. H.ax-ox I'h:!-vxmrhcm Im.-timll. BENNETT .-X. H.-XRRIN N,m,'n.4l hun Tr sxufix' -lun:-Tr :wi .v N- A l'.npzX-41.4 :hmr B.md BT '. Q GI l 'fuz- Llmrtst Mus: Axx.1TJ.s Fl .fx X! 5 V21 lx 'rua-Tw-nz rrcsdcnt, x7lOLET M. HOLTL3.KRI7 :T T..1 .41 sgwrts C1455 Jw. XXV.-KLLACE A. C:RL'ND Iwr uuuml sp-wil. HHLFN L. HAUEN ll A Ki. Th.-sp1.m lrvlmn . .V lum wr mmm puN1r12x fha- .'. I' vvz. '11 um wrsul-'lxt .lum-1 vw: .H . "X,ftTkg HW ROBERT VJ, HOLZMAX B1 Tx! Lilac Club Rcscrw In-mlmlf R:-szx Pmfkcrlnxll Hwclwx Imr.1xm11,4l-p-ut-. IVIILTON Ahcruox Hxsiwk' :lub lwrmrmlv.4l Npwxrx S VI, lwvm'-vw -Tm g'rvfxJvvxt I7oRc',Tux' C. -Iouwox HAH Mfvnnrm P.-p .lnlw Qmull Tm' Sunil Trnpwlxmu l',m-Aruwllmu .lub Kixwmlrv lwxwnkly ,mJx'cvt1s1m1. rurqnxmwvx buffs lmr.1mur.al sp-xrts Max' Pcstlxxul w jmwvr ppm pnvgrmm lmdllqrnm end "XYhU1c Twxxsfs T.ulkmg ,Iunwr hwrnc f...,mprcs1Jcnr Suph hunwfnwnm Svcrct 'rx . Aymrwwxxyzqfnwvmr Qwmnurrcc Cflws Jn, Fufrysxx N .lures D. JOHNSON Mr-trrnunvt' Band vtct'-president Urchus tr.: sr-t'lvr.nrx' Cynusurr ,mmml s.xlt'sm.m Imr.mmr.4l spfvrts ,lunnvr prom. IIFOROF N. K.-XRAKITYCU H-vlwlw-. ,lvxlt Sgzvlxm' tllllv lnrmuuxrnl sg-mu Plus .ln Vxlytwntul-.n11r1rx.ul st-lxtvrf Or. xxfy.-KND.-X AI. KHHNM' vlum--1 Rr-.I Fr--ss Class tl.w, DOROTHY Al. KOSIN Quxll .mrl Sgr-vll A Cuppt-ll.: fhulr Girls' Glo: Clulw Cvmwsurc l'11-wcvkly .xdvcrtsllt-1. c1rct1l.nrlOnst.urls lntr.1mur.ulspOrrs H.urlc' quxn sccrcmrv wlumur prom Class tl.w Semur rmg gnmmxrrcc Soph htvmcfnwm president Cut "N1ght ufj.lm1.xrv mth" Pmtluctllm starl' "Ttsh" Prutlugtxun surf "XVhulc Tmx'n's Tnlkxng " VICTOR H. Learn' Ndtluml hmm-xr suclctv. ,lumnr Red Cmss Nutlrc clulx DON S. MOCK.-xuxfx .uturc rltllw Brws' Glu- Clult Rust-rw tvutlmll lntr.lmur.llspOrts. Fuvzylxevm Loxs E. M,ANN H.lrlt'qu1n Psp club Quxll tmtl Sgrrvll. Trrpnltmn ifvrwsurc lwwt-t-kly lnlvcrtxsxng uuu.xuvr Slsmcrarxc svnnur-lutlc slsrsr .mm- uxlrrvt' lntr.mmr.nIspt-rrs klumurpmrnlnmf .mst Class thx' Pr:-JLIQLOO md "Whole Tmvvfs T.llklug" Svnxfvrtrt'.1Survr ,lunxwr lr.-gm'-rt-tvnx pn-sxtlt-nxt Swphunwrc svrrcruty. DON.'xl.lv E. IVIONNON lltllulw tl-:lf Cfxrz-win' ltlfwr-'Llx -nlt'sln.srl. C1.1wmt1w A. IVHHRA Hulvrgmu, Clue .l.ux'. ADELINE OLSON A Cnppclllu :htnr..G1rls' Glu- Cflulu. Orchestra U, A. C. scgrcmry ,lumur prom tlcuuruxons Cl.xss JM' .lxhv Pcstlml., lmr.nmur.1l sports. I GEORGE N. POWELL, ja. Pluustcrmn. .lmr.xmur.nl sports. .Hufkcyh . CI.rss thy. A I1 A x fvei3'Xr!ill:'f V- 'S' ...A QQ f' ,ILJNE M, ROSE Intr.4nzur.1l spwrts Cfhss JAX. KATHLEEN M. SEVERFON Hrs!-wry club Pep :lulw lmr.amur.rl sgmrts Class day. LOXVELL E, SLAYTON f'l.m .lux SARA Smmi H.rrlcqu1n Srswcrnzlc pulvllclry. scmwvlltrlc srsrcr. scrvrcc cn-numxrrccs .Imranmrnl sports Txhy Festival G.A,C. vrccfprcsnlclwt . ,lunlwr from cwmmlttfc. 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'V Eh 11:13. 5 , 1 if f 17 r w 7 ,- ,M A ., V , . , , f X 4 . fx v' , ' z I ,I V, A ,. V- I V ., U V "xx .. ,V fi V ,V 4 -' ,,,,. V .-... V, - 1:11 " V' , I 4 . V' X 4v:E51.::.1,:5-125- H Q, -:V ,.V, . 23:-I, V .4 - ,.,.. : 3, ,,.,.,.. , A 1' v , ef I A '4 V Q 'YL' V A w l ' VV, , 1 'K f ' M ' if ' r V 5 1 ' ' ' A x A ' ,- V A . ' , -X 1 - V V 1 A ' V f , Eg- AQ' lift ' ,, " Mi" " ' sig V V 1: f V Af V cz- :Pl'lll'l'l2l??E t 6c Row 3 Ronald liretlrit ltswn. Boh Manson, Bill lxiaiisl-vi. lunrs Hi hmke. Bill N1-vreheatl. Marxin laihelimv, Bnli Reimer. Paul Hump hf tens. lraSlint1slw Rom 1 .li-hri Herhrautlsnn, llnh Oppeiqartl. Keith Mrl,.:ui. .lohn Sqhulz. Paul Evil--xx. lingerie T1tli.um'. Bula Dix ver. lm Bruplix. Dick Nlvhra. Rum i Richard Mn-ire. Lutis Miller. ,lim Mtlimern, Brut' Maller. glean iiartluer. lion-rliv Hagen, Phil Hess, Lester Millter, ,liihn Smtlliem. ll-,li Ulsnn, Nor is mein in: Toni l'o!rer. l7oriuv.m Mohr. Marvin Slwtlve. Dale Uxa. ll-viiel.isOstrri1i. ll-Ali Uvvrlw. Leo Nelson Hobby Club Qrganized in io1S as the Radio Club, this society now includes hobbyists of all kinds. The purpose of this cluh is to acquaint and interest students of Fargo High in holwhies of others and to provide a period which they can devote solely to the pursuit of their own special interests. The entire cluh is divided into three main sectionsf model airplanes, radios. and photographyf although several of the students have other hohhies. Meetiiigs are usually occupied with discussions, displays, and working on the hohhies ofthe memhers. Special discussions this year have lseen on aerodynamics and the effect of the war on hohhies. The two social functions of the year include the allfsociety party held during the first semester, and the annual cluh picnic in Mqiy, President ,.... , .Eugene Tifhiny, James Brophy Vicefpresident. . , . james Brophy, Lester Milker Secrettlvvftretisixrer. A , Lester Milker, Bill lvianson Adviser. . , A A , .-I. R. MCCLIIChCOD Tiffany. Brophy. Milker Fjrvjtfxif l- Row 4 Irene Sxvamun. Irene Engel. Marian Fenst.ltl,l'hvll1s Houska. Donna Ruuil. ,limi Heuuc. Rim 3 juice Van Vi-rst. Nhxune Burr. lxiurirl lainuoril. l,uri.une lfensrail. Augusta Gunther. Auilrex Ulf-in. Shulex MQIT.-ziiinir. Shirl-ex' Hixltvlnlk. Diwrutliv lwiuhr, lwxee Nvstul 1 1 I X Rum 1 lxiaruaret l'r.msun. .leaiilxetlv l'l.msfili. lrrne lwigerc. Allie Hatlxrit. llcrtx ltre-lcriik. lvcralrlwe l're-'ni,in. l.ilI:.m Kxtlah.. l'ln,i Moe. Marx Seherlinu. lila l.exxxs. Alanet Burk Ron x Arlinv Anvlersnli. Vivian Hur. lean Stenlu-rg. ,I-wie llrunil. Esilier Cl.-ller. iiraee llogwirief. L-vrraine Staltup. Alice lil tum Marcella Ili.-vzk, Lillian Hilmn. Elise Lepinr. Nor is mi-Tl nu' Helen l'lv.in. ,l.ne.1ueIxne Xkfxrsim, Tlx.-nil.-ra lhrse.i.irtl, llexerlv Erickson. Helen ,lohns:,n. Euthenics Club The Euthenics club was organized for the purpose of forming a connscting link hef tween the home and school. The meetings are social gatherings, held to train active and efficient leaders among young women for home and community life. The members strive to he true to their motto, "We believe in minds that think, hearts that love, and hands that work." Their meetings are divided into several parts -ffeducation, professional home economics, social teas, and service. In addition, they have plays, musical selections, and outside speakers. This club hopes to promote the establishment of better trained young women for our nation. President ..... .... D onna Ruud, Lillian Hilmo Vicefpreszdent. . . .Lorraine Stalcup, Esther Geller Secretary ,.... ...., J oan Hegne, Lillian Nydahl Treasurer. . . .Dorothy Mohr, Shirley Hulelvak Adviser. . . ........,. Miss Celeste Sowka B.-icx Row: Molir. Hegne. FRoNT Row: Sralcup, Sowka, Ruud. ic .-. -vi- Fiyrx Lie C j J 'X ,. A -- mf s N- .. g. -25, :a-2 f --. em. Row 2 li'--iza kliihn:-rn. l.l-:ex Grexine. lllatixs Fetersun. vlartet M rem. lfharlr rre Hersler.l"lelti1Frixxlrr.l.aurel'l'i:kliiid.,lri.in livin: 1.1-is Lau , Hel.-ul lxan. lxiaillxn Hilntw. l5riDI1.iii.4h'r. la r".i Lrvngxxell, Cllvrxa Asker. Lillian Nu tlahl Row z Yirg1:i1aSrxwitli, ljuviee XYal-rrr.l'airi:1i fx1eC.urlxx.lx11lJr:d Quam. lxlarx BL1rtumng.,leanne Ypwles, Cliarlrirte XY1!7vl.ShlIlfy Kienhulz. Row 1 Bexerlv Ruud. Arfen Grrive,Ger.iltl1ne Freeman. Eileen G' we. lxiargarei Kiwpfririil. ,lov Bleeen. Patti' Berg. Nui ls Pit ii ni. Alun' lliejell. Exilim- liiunis. Irene liuiivalilsen. 'li-xxv l'wlernan. Aileen Hagen. lxlarxelxn Hexum Lois lang. llvvtv Nwiixari. Adeline Olson. Helen Ret-il. Dr-ima Ruud, ,lean Rutlil. Ciarla Sherx 4. lieu-:lx Th- mrs-n. june Siutlar. Fvclxn Thur- ixau. Uur--1li'. Trrfr. Elva Burgess. Nlrrr--n Harrrilwii. Ili Y thx' kliiliixsuix. Ruth Miller. Girls' Athletic Club The goal of every modern Diana of Fargo High is memlwership in G.A.C., the center around which all girls' sports revolves. Upon receiving one hundred points, a girl can hecome an honorary member in the cluh. When four hundred points have been accumulatf ed, she is entitled to active meinhership. The monthly parties have included trips to the howling alleys, initiation, and roller skating. just before Christmas, fifteen girls from M.S.T.C. High School were entertained by the GAC. mermaids at a swimming party. Earlier in the season a skit depicting the activities of G.A.C. was given before a girls' asseinhly. To permanently record these activities, a cluh scraphook is heing kept hy the secretary. Following each completed intramural sport, meinlrers elect the most valuahle player. President, . . . . . .lvlaxine Carrier, Ivlarion Sonquist V1cefPres1dent ..,. ...... S ara Smith, Barhara Doerr Secretaryftreasurer. , . .lviarion Sonquist, Helen Fowler Points Recorder. . . . .Barhara Doerr, Lorna Longwell Adviser ..... .... M iss Lorraine Pedersen "Ring around the rosy" with MSTC girls .Doerr, Sonquist, S. Smith. Carrier. Fiftyaiix Row 4 Bolw New. ll-wh l'i1rilx,llwli Smit. Ili-ng Beaton. Mirk.-vShahvt-n. IK-vli lT.n'enpwrt.l1i,la Dt-V:-l. llill T.lelml1i1tl.lie-age Kunvl. l,airx lrxxzn. Arlxn T-ulahl. NX'cs Anilersl-n. Row 3 Bill Fensrall. Ralph P:-rter. Mnince ,li-hnsi-n, ,lun lgmvli, Huh Santlxik. liuucne liretlerxclsovi. ails Kninier. llxrk ohnsi-n. Dali- Al ,l Rei n'r. Cflltloril NVclls. Alun Heatllantl. Earl Gregory, john Fnstesori, iiilvin lierchn. Duane llaglien. Trigve Olson. Phil Burley. XY.4llat'e l.mtls.iv. Row 1 XYarren llurrs. liortli-n iihrisriaiison. -lim Miner!-', R4-llnev llean. It il' H--llx.l.4-rueRlce.,lf'hnl'l.ill1,llruccllr.n.nh'n.lLil1 lzlrlex Rax liarlner, Row i Llovtl Dale. liolw Borgir, Ralph Smith. Don King. Burton liruntl. ll.-an XV.-luer. Tonunv Tlx-vinpson, Leigh Sr--tr, llnlw Z.-hren. -lim Young. Noi ls rn in ar: Alwi'Tli.u11. Yxhrrin Ustlw. Dirk Hagen, Boys' Athletic Club One of the newer cluhs, composed exclusively of hoys and seemingly mostly of Bohs, the Boys' Athletic Cluh provides a period for free and enthusiastic use of the gym equipf mcllt. The hoys get a chalice to show each other the latest developments in gymnastics and new and different ways to sprain muscles. Some of these gents are very accomplished on the rings, the parallel bars, and the mats. Enrolled in the membership are represent' atives of every major athletic sport and several crack gymnasts. A large proportion of the boys are Sophomores who will possihly develop into excellent tumblers in one or two years. As a form of recreational activity, this cluh is doing well, as can he seen hy the large memhership. President. . . . . . .Boh Davenport Vice-president. . ...,.. Boh Nees Secretary ,.,. . . .Bob Zehren Treasurer. . . .Calvin Fercho Adviser. . . . . ,George Kester "Bohs" Davenport. Zehren. Nees. Film-sm Row 4 lima Row 2 liuw 1 XX'alter Murhn. Alvin A:l:crn1an.Kinneth Anderson. Don l'luscln1n. Marv lvers-vn. ,lean Kihler. Marion Kxenhulz. l.-vreira Swisher. Mildred johnson, Miss Gretlinger. Etlizh Tenneson. Shirley K1cl1hul:,Ch.irlri!te Heisler. Eunice -luhnsi-n ,lmce Hudson. Gloria Nelson, Svretta Hvrlman, Delores Swartz. llcverly Anderson. -leanne Vmxlrs, Marlvs Davis, laiis Kla' lieu. Ann Vullcn. Manlvn Holmes. lima ll-wli-in. l.-ns Krelfsluch. Ruth Cflauson. llcrrx' Paperniasrrr. llvxvrly rluhnwn. lne: johnson. Elizalwih l N Uri-sz. l hr-vlw llcree. lXl1ldretlQuani.lv1arwr1.'w1mL1ist. u Noi is l at ii vu' Edith Blair. ,lover llrun. .lem Brunskxll. Eileen Heinz.l.ivis,lwhnsui1.DianKlugman. Helix' Lou Hatch. S. P. O. R. Programs of mythology and Roman and Greek life hold the interest of S.P.Q.R. meml'ers. Senatus Populus Que Romanus, which S.P.Q.R. stands for, also edits a news' paper entitled "Nunc et Tuncu, in which they rut their Latin humor into poems, cartoons, and articles. The rnemlters not only do things for their ovt n interest, but they also give to the WDAY Basket Fund each year. This club is now celetrating its sixteenth year as a Fargo High School society. Consuls. . . . . . Kenneth Landeck, Marjorie Jenson Secretary. . ....,,........, Charlotte Wind Treasurer. . . . . .Douglas Smith Adviser. . . .Miss Gretzinger Wind. Smith, Landeck, -lenson. "Santa" can't fool us! Eg Fqzveiqliz 'N fx Y- vie F Rim 3 l,e:-naul Faust, ll.-Irv Ilrauvr, Myra Ayrirzulun, Ecru' Drunilow. Euruci' Wfulsrer. jurly lfufernwsrtr, Ruth Harrington, Rav G1-lrllvrg, Dmmltl Hill Row 1 Carol Rusten, Mildred Uerlcts, Lucille Cuurtenianche, Betty Norman. Audrey Whlnian, Arlean Grove, Virginxa llillxlllrg, Eunice H.lnson,V1rgxlu.i l.uvi'r'e.PaKrxc1a Lia elzs. Row I Virginia Aask, Sally Covert, Eileen Grove. lvfarilyn Puvovaarr, lwiarlxs lvlueluing, Norma l,ox'el.m', Frances Phillips, Doris lvlahar. Barlmra LUHIIIXS, l.urr.um'Chr1stx.ur1fwn, Noi IN Plvil ar: I.-vrraine Ha-wlu1il,Eluise l.uvcl.lrc.,l1mTierney.lvlargarez KuVy'eri:rl, Gov.: Nl.wllr1!wn,l,hvll1s Sehnutz. Tripolitan Club The purpose of the Tripolitan Club is threefold Veto promote interest in Germany, France, and Spain, thus becoming better acquainted with the peopleg to learn ofthe points of scenic, historic, and artistic interest in those countries, and to discuss international current events. The meetings, all of which are conducted in English, include lively ses' sions of quiz programs, impromptu speeches, games, reports, travel talks, and songs which are sung in the languages of these three countries. Other features this year were Eunice Wz1lster's talk on her trip to South America, a Christmas party, at which Christmas carols were sung in French and German, and travel talks by Miss Pollock and Mr. Vavrina. President ,,..., , , .Betty Brauer, Ray Goldberg VicefPresident. . ....... Virginia Lovene, Eileen Grove Secretary ...., .... L orraine Christianson, Betty Norman Treasurer. . . . ,Gova Mae Brixon, Lucille Courtemanche Clerk. . , ...,. Arlean Grove, Judy Papermaster Adviser. , ..,.,........ Theo J.. Vavrina ' z f Q 'ff lzl Courtemanche, Vavrina, A. Grove. lit Christianson. Brauer, Lovene. .frwmi -A A ,J Sli ra ik ab 5 slip' . Row 3 XVilliam Nelson. Harold Arnold. Bill Sioekinan. Bill Barnes. .loc Cullen. Hill Powell. Row 2 fXVall.iee Evensrail. .laik Knutson. Clareiire Krugh. Howard lvlurrav, Ennis Anderson. Ravmond Ureull. Bula Flxnn. Richard Buck.Eli:.ihethlh'ilxer1. Audrev Sehnelle. Row if--Lillian Larson. Marvel Sehriver. Diek lxlavnard. Beverlv Kiorlaug. Ellen Stemme, Sally Renden, Flureneernarv Altre. Florenie Christian. Vin-lei Aer-in. Bettv Dudlev. Geraldine Alsread. Noi is Herr Rr: fxlariun N1.iluiiei.Ri:hard Ywliller. Nlxrrle Nelson, Virginia Rielse. Audrey Norman. Lewis Paper. David Kat:, History Club This society was organized for the purpose of discussing special and unusual things of historic significance for which there is not enough time in the regular history courses. In their programs have heen included reports on a variety of subjects, such as lives of great men, strategic World Wzir positions, South America, Hawaii, and Germany. These are supplemented hy discussions, musical numlfers, talks hy speakers outside of the cluh, and quizzes. Events ofthe World Wzir were stressed the second semester. At one meet' ing several members took part in a dehate on the question "Resolved: That the United States should declare war upon the totalitarian states." An interesting collection of state seals was made hy one of the members. Presidents. . Florence Christian, Geraldine Peterson V1C6'PT6S1LiE7lI. ..... . . . . ......, Harold Arnold Secretary .... ..... ..... E i inice Haugen Treasurers. . . .Bill Stockman, joe Cullen Adviser. . ..... Miss Marry Nowatzki , S if Q ' L. ' X4 A. t 'Q is Y? i si? t ,,,,",,f ' is tn swf 'Kiwi x EGM! at , . 3 Q rlififgf PM Row 2 Cullen, Arnold. Row i Peterson, Miss Nowatzki. Haugen. N xrx S Row .3 B1-liiiurns. Allwrt Kohlnicv-'r. Patti Berg. George liatr. Row 3 Eileen Bamleriil. Delores Bakkrn, Carla Shervx lu: ' o 1 I B I .., me Sr llar. I. as Lan. Lvelvn Thurnau. ,lm Bleg.'n.,Iu1ct IMvis.Uwvre1.l Burdick Row 2 owne Mcffarl. Virginia Kmvlvlueli. Opal M xtzlxe. Ruth Iwieliann. Yvonne Siegtri-ul. Elune N11-rrnxx, Miss lna ,lr-linson, Carh- rnnv juhnsivn, Eunice Bn-ms, Luis XK'liccler. Gail Nelson. Elizalwrh ,lohnsun. Delores lsnrson. Row 1 Harold Dahllwek. Dorne Davis. Thomas Fmrman. Bwli lngfrsi-ll. B-rl' Head. Allwlr Peterson. Ronald ifurrman. ,lurk Kluuvli' Noi xx rl. ii ai: john Brophy. Anilrrw Delw-s. Irene l..m-v. Carol Ix1.xx.,l.u1vt hiillsr. Dun Mi-r. Avis B-mrs. Dol--res Platlsi-n. D-nuiln S.hxx.ur:. Vi-xa liavis Pan-American League To extend good will and friendship among youth of the Americas is the purpose of the PanfAmerican League. This is carried out by the presentation of travel talks, stamp displays, matching quizzes, music, pageants, flag identifications, and news hulletins. Blue and gold pins on which is engraved a map of the Americas added prestige to the league this year. This society is a memlter of the Students PanfAmerican League, which is an international organization. Featured on this year's programs were an interview with one of the students on her recent trip to South America, and an interfAmerican student forum. Members of the league who are taking Spanish, interest others in the study of Spanish and Portuguese, as well as English, as these are the three languages most comnionf ly used in the leagues activities, together with news and other information ahout the Americas. The official cluh paper is the monthly hulletin of the PanfAmerican Union, puhlished in Vlfashington, D. C. Highlight ofthe year is the staging ofa program for the high school assemhly to commemorate PanfAmerican Day, April 14. President ..,.... . . .George Fate, Elaine Morrow Vicefpresident. . . ,,..... Patti Berg, Avis Byers Secretary ...,. . . ..... Bob Head, Dan Moe Treasurer. . . ..,........ . , .Edna Larson, joy Blegen Adviser .... . .Miss Ina johnson, Miss Gladys Rutter Larson, Head, Miss Rutter. Fate. Berg. Slum' L0 l - 2 fy: f x ti .gi- lww 1? i , fx fi- x F n ohn Hinlcl Ri h1rdSteidl Hxmin Hoffman Bob Butrtrvuick ack Cos rifl' Bill Compf DinC'h'ipm'in lim Heisl r Rowaffhfbeeeyj 'e, C. '. "',,l .g . 1 ,Q i. e. Row 3fAdelhert Hanson. Bob Meister. Bessie Lauder. jean Cosgriff, Mariurie Black, lrene Gunvaldsen, Betsy McPhail. Parry Beck' srrom, Joyce Gunvaldsen. Edith Gelder. Morris johnson. Row lil-kk Saunders, Gwen Lee. Virginia Paulson, Martha Blair. Donna Kurlce, Elizabeth Haggart, Donna jean Twine. Mary Morris. Helen Beauchamp. ,leanne Warner. Row i-Robert Shirley. Shirley Bergren. Marv Harrington. Allie Lu Phelps, Sally Ornes. Donna johnson. Dolores Hahnc. Claude Iviyers, Dale Myhra, jean Monson. Shirley Smith. Nor is Plcrrnsz Helen Reed, Bonnie Vfylie, Merle Hagen, Miirguerlte Hcgg, Lorraine Kibler. Louise M.igill, Party' Paine, Mrirtin Pmv. Tom Srivers, Don Viets. Kent The Kent Society, oldest literary organization in Fargo High, was organized in roos can by Miss Eliza Kent, former English teacher in the old Fargo High School. At that time the club specialized in declamation and debate, but the scope of its activities has now been enlarged to include declamation, music, art, debate, dramatics, and literary composif tion. Members must appear on the program and hand in at least one literary contribution each semester. These original art and literary efforts are collected in two scrapbooks knovin as the Kent Kan which are given at the end of each semester to the two most out' standing Kent members. The literary contributions are judged and prizes are awarded to those members placing hrst, second, and third in the respective sections which include humorous poetry, serious poetry, short stories, essays, and editorials. A candlelight ritual is used to initiate the new members in addition to an informal session. At each meeting club scandal is brought to light by the presentation of Kent News. Everything from limericks to orations may be found on the programs. At each meeting the Kent Booster tells what the members can do to improve the club and criticisms are given by the Kent Critic. President ..... ,...,. D an Chapman Vice-president. . . .Irene Gunvaldsen Secretary .... ,... M artha Blair Treasurer .,.. ........, J ack Saunders Adviser. . . . .Mrs. Dagmar Carstens Gundvaldsen, Saunders, Mrs. Carstens, Chapman. Blair, Sixix-ini Row 4 jim Dixon. Bob Dawson, George Ulrich, joe Holland, Cordon Rnrhmck, Daw Beaton. john Undscrh, Bill Sander, B1-hllncrhkc. Bryan Brierley. Prentiss Cole. Row j"MRlVlS Skavis. Dorothy Sehens, joan Curran, Naomi Nash, Cordon Ristvedt, Don johnson, Bill Whlson, George Powell, jerry Svecn, Virginia jnistad, Arlys lensen, Row 2-Mary Lou Wcnbcrg, Rae Wiig. Donna Cates. Ruby Bcserh, Gertrude Dockrer, Teresa Nelson. Mary Arvold, Marion Hamilton, Bill Beeson, Bob Frederickson, Leila Southartl. Row ivBv:tty Smart, Lois Wzlngen, Party George. Delores lvlartinson. Miiry' Hcrbison, Peggy Wilszwn, Lorraine Anderson, Nhrlorlc Lawrence, hllarvclyn Huxum. Lorraine Brzmrcn, Colleen Boyle. Nor IN Plcruiuz: Dick Hugnbuom, Glorca Rose. Mickey jones, ,lean Larson. Lorrtra Thr-mas, Arlcun Hagen. Virginia Hcidingcr. Phosterian Phosterian, one of the oldest societies in Fargo High, has as its purpose promotion of interest in all forms of literary activities. The program consists of musical numbers, skits, poems, original compositions, quizzes, book reviews, talks, and group singing. Before Christmas vacation, an informal meeting was held at which Christmas carols were sung by the entire group, letters to Santa Claus composed by the members were read, and Santa Claus himself distributed gifts to all. The spring picnic is one of the highlights of the season at which the traditional baseball game between the Kents and themselves is play' ed. Much goodfnatured rivalry is fostered between these societies at that time, making this a greatly anticipated event. President ........ ..., B ryan Brierley Vicefpresident. . . . . .Keith Schollander Secretary ..... . . .Virginia Joistad Treasurer. . . ........ Naomi Nash Adviser, . . .Miss Marvel Ellison joistad, Brierley, Miss Ellison, Nash Sixty-three gif 11 'El-b Q wmv 'WT' i., , Row Row Row Row Noi f4Leonard Hanson, Ray Malcolm, Bill Tarbell. Charles Clinton, Don Colman, Bob Grecnhalgh. Bill Haggarr, Les Wzigner, Paul jones. Ray Schens, Bill Suhr. Marcus Kittclsrud, Bob Rogers, Lowell Thompson, Lucy Greving, Dorothy Allen, Deloris Frcdrikson, Kathryn Householder. Elwood Olson, George Howe. Bob Owens. james Sourh. james G. South. Emily Srnhlem. joycc Coleman, Dolores Lancaster, Mary McPhiiil. Renee Dickinson, M.iry Lou Peck. Bctrv Narum. -Helen Savlcr, Sallv Pearson, Elizabeth Schonbcrg. Kathleen Colman. Doreen Helsing, Mary Helen Gullickson, Lorraine Lash- kowitz, Dorothy Trubcv. Dorothy Peterson. janet Livingstone, Mary Lou Myers. ,lean Pastorer, icTL'nE: L-:c Briggs, Patricia Gran, Lorna Longwcll, Shirlec Opheim, Genevieve Rae, Delores Shanks, Larry Silvers, W.1rrcn Teichmann. Philomathean The Philomathean Society, now in its second year, was organized to interest and acquaint students with all forms of literature, music, and dramatics. Its programs include community singing, readings, book reports, travelogues, extemporaneous speaking, and Dr. I. programs. At each meeting the members take in the club gossip in the presentf ing of Philomathean News. New members who joined this year were initiated with a formal ceremony. Several young Hawthornes and Longfellows have contributed literary efforts in the form of original stories and poems. These, in addition to frequent demon- strations of baton twirling, sleightfoffhand performances, solos, and quartets prove that this society has an abundance of talent and that its members carry out the club's purpose to the fullest extent. President ..,.,. . . ,Bob Owens, Bill Haggart Vicefpresident. . . . . ,Bill Haggart, Don Colman Secretary ...,. . . . .,., Kathleen Colman Treasurer. . . ..,. Lucy Greving r I I I I Greving, Haggart, Miss Williams, D. Colman, K. Colman Sixiyffaur -X . l Q fm- Rnw 4 llrure Lars--n. l5u.in.- Peilers-vii. Arnold llieeiihoiisr. Par liarrerr. Row 3 Huwaiil Kr.igel.inil. ,lim llunlevv. Sian NK'eisni.in. Burl Mnshiei, l.vli' Svllwi-. -lack l..ivelle. Hilma lvlolisoii. llerrv lawn l'axnv Bev.-llv Hulelnili. Rim 1' - lleverlee Anderson. Darlene wlones. L-vis Hooper, Dr-roihx' Uunla'lm.in. Niiss Edna Nelson, Shirlex Kiii1isuii..l.iiiiee Eildv. Viviaii Riekerrt, Erra hiae Kitzmiller. Fairh if-iiiniv. Enid McDowell. Row 1 f'Helen MePh.iil. -lean Binrliliil1tl.,l.lckxe llraily, Vernon Strong, Bill l'luns.itler. Roger Kaiser, Gordon B1 -ner. Bob Shanks. Di-rorhv Bergesnri, Niarx' ,lane Rei-il, l.ev Balilxx in Noi iw i-it will-: lil-rinie Kmchcl-1.-, Auilrev Reinnw. Delores lflagg. Marx -laenhsnii. Dor--rie XViuull.-v, Curtis laingness. Thalian Society The deiinition of Thalia is "muse of comedy and poetry" and that's what members of the Thalian Literary Society stand for. Their green and gold colors have been flying for only a short time, but they have accomplished much. Readings, original skits, short plays, radio skits, and musical numbers have been presented at their meetings, and most impressive of all is their barbershop quartet. Since the organization is not old enough to have a traditional ritual, their initiation centered mainly around stunt acts. This club consists mostly of sophomores, Who, by the time they graduate, will have thoroughly established another line society for Fargo High. President .,.. . ,jack Lavelle Vicefpresidem. . . . . . .Lois Hooper Secretary ..,.. . .Beverlee Anderson Treasurer. . . . .Dorothy Bergeson Adviser. . . . .Miss Edna Nelson fi 'T BACK Row: Bergeson, Lavelle. FRONT Row: Hooper, Anderson. Sixrv-time lwxx 1. L3 .-e K ld-A Row Row Row Ro w 3ffBol' ldonsun. Don Wenger. B-:verlv Ydalme. Carulee MeF.xrl1n. Darleen Thompson .V Ywlerlr Franke. Georgia Taxnter, Leo Perssehn. john Gilllg. Kathryn Engelsrad, Bula F4 man. Clxrlurd hlvhra. Paul Robinson. lack Akre. Harry Solberg. 1 Luis hiann, Gladvs Peterson. Peggy' Aekernian, ,lov Lepird. ,loanne IsleElroy, Bliss Cunxxnn' Austin. 1 Marx' Enger, l.aVerne NX'illx.rms. Shirley Farnharn. Dolores Berg. ,loan Heinz. Marjorie sow Darlene Fmdsen. Chester Leverson. ml. Rm' Tryhus. Vern Cole. Curtis Us lr- Ann Clvurier. George Fredricksun XV-341. Lorraine Olson, Claude Sralcup Barnes, Berneta Thompson, Xkfinda Kal Nor rs Hen iir: .lc-hn Crrwsz. D.av1tlSerhcr.Sara Smith, Cal Sronehurg, Norma Thacker. Pat McCT.rrthy', Boh Herzler. Paul Thonn. Harlequin Club "In nineteen hundred and twenty, my dear, the Harlequin Club began its career.. The aim of this society, now celebrating its twentyfsecond year, is to further the development of dramatic talent among the students. Programs are of a dramatic nature, allowing planning and direction by the students. At an allfstudent assembly in the winter, the club presented "The Marriage Proposal", a onefact play by Anton Chekhov. The students in the cast were Leland Skonnard as Stepan Stepanovitch Tschubokov, joan Hein: as his daughter Natalia. and john Gillig as the suitor, Ivan Vassiliyitch Lomov. Another onefact play, "Three's a Crowd" was presented at a spring assembly. In this cact were Don Wenger, as Eddie johnson, Darleen Thompson as Madeline, Jeanne Stock- man as Madeline's sister Ellen, Vern Cole as Elmer, and Bob Hetzler as Mr. johnson. In addition, several original skits were presented at the club meetings. The club pin represents two Harlequin masks hanging on an actor's sword. President ,.... , . . ...... John Gillig, Don Wenger Vicefpreszdent ..... ..... J eanne Stockman, Paul Thonn Secreravyftreasixrer. . . . , .Dorothy Kosin, Peggy Ackerman Adviser ..... .... ,..,...... M i ss Constance West Initiation with Vfenger. Skonnard. Gillxg. Stockman. Kosin. Heinz. Skonnard. Gillig in "The .. Marriage Proposal." 93: Sixivs 1 .N-, fx .. XX A ff ,- Row 4 l.uvll.n ltlc, ,lean New man. Virginia P.u1lsrutl.,lcan Hurhcringtun. ,lean litlhluntl, Harriet Stcnsgartl. llc-rrge B1 nth, l Ih.ir'cs Un' statl, Duns johnson. Laurel Tackliml. lwiarirvn Suhwllarmtler, Avis laurrgrwss Row 3 k2Inr1.i.luhr1s4-ri.RuthUntil.-l1.C.irnlvr1 Rv:lu'ncr. Marurrn' Hr-llar, l'.lrtx' h1.irtin.l3etrx' lit-.-n,llrttcSnnrh..lunvl'1ckrtt.,li1lic lsaak. llrwrlx' Allvr1ght,ll1llRc1s Row 1 llvrlvn Nvlsun, Doris lsiatlswn, llvtty' Acton. Viola johnson, hiary llurlvnrnp, hirs. Cfrntlmrrs. Retief luhns. Dun-tliv Tripp, june Tciehmann. Virginia Vice. Row i -Gall Furus, Shirley Rick. lleverlx' Ruud, Curcen Thorpe, Ruth hiiller, Eunice Dustrud. Nurina Larson, Abbie Iartulislty, lviary Uesninntl. Uharlotre Berg, Autlrev Quin. Deniarest Bowers. Nur is Pl. li lu: Bonnie Burke, Margaret Duughertv, Ularxcc Olson, Elaine johns-rn. lxiaxirme Lantlqrvn. Petra Fluxw-Q. Thespian Club Singing, tap dancing. plays, and all sorts of entertainment are in the spotlight for Thespians. To show their interest in dramatics, they have shiny new pins which they are wearing proudly down the halls. Since the club is now two years old, the members this year held a candlelight ritual for their first initiation, that was very impressive. Their colors, blue and navy, which were used in decorating, made an unforgettable sight and the members intend to keep right on having blue and navy in the spotlight. President ..... . , . . .june Pickett VicefPresident. . . ..,.. Gloria Johnson Secretary. , . . .lviarian Schollander Treasurer. . . ...,,.. June Isaak Adviser. . . . . .Mrs. Crothers lnitiation .iCOIlL1f.lfLllllf10l1S. -lean!" fzl Isaak, Pickett. C11 Sehollander. G. johnson Sxxrvfser rn ls aff ' 4 .ii 2 fgt of X Ri A lion 4 Urxille Nelson. Ili I- Ilastinus. Ilrixe Nesbitt. fxlr Robinson. Nlark Andrews. Fred Bristol.Uxx'e!illrll1tl.nlxl Rim 3 I'rv.lH-'lm'In.m.ArIIl'lt'IJU.f'l1YIivrtlI3rxikSrvn,Dr'nI'I1n1,,I1tT.llr.ur1r1e!.-lanirs I5lmd.,I1nxAlliriglht,Iii:h.utISr1l'.Wfilrer Kruse cr. IMI' Swavvie Rim 2 Ilill Is1.Mibon. I3--n Asker. Charles Swanson. Shirley Xkilianxs. Lida Lau renee, Ilnlw Herman. ,lark Ifrnsl. Mania lirosslex, Vharles I"Iarl. Row I Ilaxid Mastnvw, Tum Iieenev. bob Lxzdxxiesen. Kiowdtxin Hi FI. Konrad Braaten. -lay Hjurtlind, Kenneth livhnsiin. Don Siliulvn- liste. Dirk Ilax lex. Itlnrenee XX ieet, Nut is Pit ii in Ileverlee Thnnipson, Don Ifladseth. Bob Iuhnson. Co-rge Karakits-i. . Science Club Amid a bewildering array of test tubes, flasks, beakers, and Ifottles, can be found members of the Science Club. The purpose of this society is to offer to the student an opportunity to learn more about the sciences and further his interest in natural phenomf ena. Ivionthly meetings are planned to include reports on scientific research, performing of interesting experiments, and field trips. The outstanding features this year were the new Science Club pins and the visit to the gas plant. The organization is a member of the American Institute of Science and Engineering Clubs, headquarters of which is in New York City, A monthly magazine, the "Science Cbserverf' books, and other maf terials received from national headquarters help to widen the members' sphere of scienf titic knowledge. Preszdent ..... . ......,... Tom Feeney VlCE'PTCS1dC71C. . . . ........ Brice Nesbitt Secretary ..,... .... F red Bristol, David lviaston Treasurer . . , .Don Asker, Owen Grindahl Adviser . . .,.,..., H. M, Robinson Field trip to the gas plant. Feeney. Bristol, Nesbitt, Asker. Sixweighr lion 3 Russel Mrflallcv, Nliltnn Nelson. Veiil Harileli, Leslie Smlniwelwr. Vic lmeliy. Stailwv Grow. I3-ni McCracken, Lamson YXalla. Rim' 1 Bills Dullnril, Elaine Mulhollaml, lliunna Rudolph. lsvl Vangvrud. Edith l..irsson. Mac Huglund. llrances lvlidtgmml, Lyle Kemis, ,lack Nelson. Kmilal Cluinniinus, Rim I Fred Mohr. Andre Tlionmirr. Helen lioxxler. Helen llennert, Vivian Sleeper, liivrolliy Sirnovi, Phvllis Vick, Lvola Swansm ii la-is Nelson. Nur uw i'lt'iL'nr: l.el.mil ,lens-'n. Alan Aiiilersmx. Nature Club Organized in IQ4I for the purpose of nature study, particularly in the Fargo region. Programs include field trips, short films, study of live and preserved animals and plants, lectures, and committee reports. Early in the year, the members grouped themselves into committees to study Taxidermy, Entomology, Ornithology, lvlineralogy, Microscopy, and Botany. One of the taxidermists bagged a grey squirrel which became the first sub' ject for his section to operate upon, as the picture shows. Social life among the biologists is not neglected. A Nature Club field trip includes everything from the usual picnic ants to a ltasetall game. This cluh hopes to promote the study, appreciation, and conserv- ation of all forms of wild life in the Fargo area. President ...... , . .Bob Carson Vice-President. . . . . .Bill Winkler Secretary ..... . , ,Dorine Wyatt Treasurer ...,,.... ..,... B ill Cates Program Cliairmani. .,.. Wesley Larson Adviser ,....... . , . ,C. F. Schonberger fHP',1.1' Cates, Larson, Wyatt, Carson, Winkler. Wellfwhos going to start cutting? l Qi: ,9- . 1.g bixmfnxvi: 3: Aft ,xi . rfk vQu ai: 4-F 'Wi is Aki Row 4 -NK'.ig1icr.Scther. Brophy, Qiiast. Hinklc. Granncr, johnson, Olson, llrosz. Franke, Dunlcvy. Vifstcnz, Mickclsiwii, Row 3 Robinson. Evans, Briggs, johnson. janv! Mill.ir. Mcflillcy, Clark, McMahon, Kors Row 2 Fcldv. Ucikcn, Opp-Jgartl, Hcrmiin. Brita, lvionson, Haggart, Hcrbison, liillig. Row 1 Ci-upcr, Clinton, Trubcy, Brady, Bogcnrict. Gardner, Frost, Shanks. Concert Band mu. FLUTE AND PICCOLO ALTO SAX TROMBONES Phil Brua Robert Herman Ruth Clauson OBOE Alfred Loktu CLARINETS Elburn Cooper Charles Clinton Dan Moe Dorothy Truhey Gerald Uhl john Frost Robert Shanks, librarian Elwood Olson jean Gardner jackie Brady joe Hoiland Lois Bogenrief Don Viets john Gillig Bill Haggart Mary Herbison BARITONE SAX Boh Monson CORNETS Lee Briggs. vicefpresident Don Evans Barbara Doerr Bill McMahon, libmfian Bob Clark Carl Korsmo Paul Robinson Tom Thompson Carroll Raaum Paul Kornherg HORNS David Katz Norman Felde, secretary Marion Oppegard Elizabeth Geiken joanne Curran David Sether Ralph Viestenz, treasurer james Dunlevy john Grosz john Brophy john Quast. lihvanun Wandell Nellermoe Marvin Skodje BARITONE Russell McCalley janet Millar BASSES Les Wagner jim Mickelson Dale Ova Don Swigart PERCUSSION Morris johnson, president john Hinkle Russell Erickson Bill Olsen W Rum 4 Imjrmvxqlur llunlvu S rl X r Hy Row 3 li-vhxn. ,Il. Ol , M.,Iwhm-111, A. UlS4vl1.K1cl1hw:, rx cv. nc. '.l z. Row 1 - Imklu Herman, llrlm.ll,blwhnswn.S.ll1tfl'erL1,I' Ilcrg. ll-'xn:. lilvg-'n Rum I fll. Iwh11:-vlmhxh l , ' ' 1 hr, ,fr mer. 'ws enz, nltlc. l'hI,l'1mrnn. ,I Iwhm-rn.llmgus.I1x.ms I T ll' N1 k I I I Lg. krenh-1l:.Srlu-ns. Xhxg.Bulrllunrl.M-vm-yn.EtihIn1yzt!.tHn1-.'r, Concert Orchestra FIRST VIOLINS Elx:.1l'weth Schonherg. presxdem Nhrlxm Kxenholz Bonnie johnson .Iohn Sandherg 'Ie.m Etlhluntl SECOND VIOLI NS Ellecn Hem: Paul Rohxnson jenn Nlonson joy Blegen Syretm Hoflrman Wailter Krueger CELLOS je.ln Bjorklund Mgxrjorie Sehens Rue Wllg BASS VIOLS Elburn Cooper. use-prmdenr Dorls johnson Ahce Hackett ,Ieanne Robrnson FLUTES Phll Bru.1 Rohert Herman CLARINETS Charles Clinton Dan Moe, treasurer Dorothy Truhey. servemrx Gerald Uhl OBOE Alfred Loktu CORNETS Lee Brxggs Don Evans Barh.1r.x Doerr Paul Rohlnson. Ixlvmmm TROMBUNES Davltl S-ether. Ilhmmm Ihlph Vxestenz -Iames Dunlevy FRENCH HOR NS D.av1tl Kat: Norman Felde ,Io.mne Curran PIANO Slurley Klenholz Phoebe Berge TIl'viI'ANl Morrls johnson IJRLJMS -Iohn Hinkle B1llyOlsen 422 Nun r a ww M- J Le.:-it A Fa X Raw fm Fuck. Heisler. Black.Allcn.1..irc.isrvi, Ciinialdscn, Grcving, Joistad. Sherra, Doris Jnhnsuii. Row .gfHouscholdrr, Petersen. Kicnlivlz, Berg. Nan ni. Jensen, Lnvcre, Burr. Luslihough. Row 3-Morris. Rocn, Reed. Prarswn. Sayler. Twing. E. Heinz, Vowles, VVarncr. Mickelson. Row 3SHarringron, J. Heinz. Hvgg, Hi nwrhrcy, Trulrcy. Teieliirann, Bcrgrcn, Enger, Hogan. Rev: i- Clausen, Rcrdcn, Tripp. McCarthy, Livirgstvnc, Christiaiisun, Desmond, Donna Johnson, Wind. FIRST SOPRANOS Marjorie Black Maxine Burr Mary Lou Feck Ruth Harrington, Vice Eileen Heinz Charlotte Heisler Margaret Hogan Kathryn Householder Mavis Humphrey Doris johnson Patricia McCarthy Mary Morris Elizabeth Roen Helen Reed. Asst. Librarian Helen Sayler Carla Sherva Donna Jean Twing June Teichmanri Dorothy Tripp Jeanne Wiirner Girls' Glee Club sEcoND soPRANos Dorothy Allen Delores Berg Shirley Bergren Lorraine Christiaiison Mary Desmond Mary Enger Patty George Marguerite Hegg Joan Heinz Arlys Jensen Virginia Joistad Dolores Lancaster Virginia Lovene Marie Mickelson Sally Pearson Naomi Peterson Sally Renden Jeanne Vowles Ruth Clauson, Librarian Jeannette Hanson ALTOS Lucy Greving Donna Johnson Janet Livingstone Louise Magill Dorothy Truhey, President Demarest Bowers Irene Gunvaldsen Shirley Kicnholz, Secretary-frveasirrer Sylvia Lushhough Betty Narum Charlotte Wind Bonnie Burke .- Rv-u I .XIII-. Iwi c. Rvwx vvII4 , vr- M .I yn. I 'N 11 n Ii III IIlvn.I.II1I.Ilvxxs.vv1.5'.xcvII.Iilvxrw. Ix . vv-,..vv.I. Iihggvvr. IVY I Rum' Q ll-Iv, On4I.I.I. INIIWIII-'r, KIrvvvxI1.IIv1II. Slnvth, llvvvnvvl. ifhnlv vvv. 5Iv,IIxr-'n. 4 Ix I I TIvI II HI nv: rl Iivv vIv NY-1"v UI' Iv K IvIvn-vv Ynvr' Ih my vv va. I , Iv In . M . Iv I I .. Ruw 3 h1.vIstrvvrn. Ifnrmcr, If vtvvn. Ilvvgvrs. S.-:Iv.'v, SI1IxI.I5r1gps. IIv'vs'c! I vw IIvIrxn' vu NII An 1vvI nk lu'xv Ixrv Rv-m 1 'uv vu ' v . 4 v .mv Rvm I IvvIlnsun.f,Ixl1it1.Ins FIRST TENORS Ch.1rIcs CIIIIIKOFI Uwun QIFHILIAIII Bud Ivioshvcr Hoxkxlrd Kr.1gcI.InkI -Limos Hcvslcr Boh Rogers. Scqrfmry Tom Fccncy George Korol. Llhmmm Kenneth Olson B111 Hagglrt, Treasurer SECOND TENORS Convmy Austxn Frvd BrvstnI IDAYMI Sethcr BIII U0mpI' Bch DQVQI Bryan Br:crIcy Bah johnson Bch Rocthkc Lac Brvgv P.IuI Thonn Dxck Iiognhvwnrn . I vlwuII?, INI , IA I. . UK QNUII. H'1.TIwvvvv. RIN, I'I:c, Hrvgvvtmvvvv Boys' GIee CIub FIRST BASSES Iioh Grccnhalgh. V115- vlohn I'IL'fIWf.IIlLIFOI1 Roh D.ivwon Ix1crIc Fmnkc George F.Itc LInyd M.IIstron1 I.urnc Rice Iloh Lurlwvgscn Ivhrcus K:ttcIfmII vlvm Eaton I..Irry Stvvcrs Don Vv'cngcr Wesley Anderson IIIII Suhr Gurdon Chrxstmnson prmljsvvl SECOND B.-XSSES IIYCFIIISS COIC. Praxuimvz I?I7Il.lIkI Hlnz R.1y Iv1.IIcoIm Frank Swann Albert Kohlmcycr Cha1rIes Onsmrl Ivilckcy Sh.Ihccn Ray Fumcr LcI.InLI SI-mnnnrrl I70uqI.1s Smith LowcII Thompson IIIII T.1rINcII. hhmrvrm N vlrx P .fix . 42 he ur v, -1.z. 3 Row It Lett 1 1 ugh: Setlxer.U1:s!.ltl, lQrvl1vl,llwvxnPI. llristt-l. Kraeelanrl. Uunelahl, N1-vslx1er.K tlxlInexer.Sln1lh,41 le. H.4gg.nl Rom Q Ftrs. llrlner. Franke, Yxlal:-rlnx. Slwnnortl. Thr nzpsnn. Olsf n. l, Hexsler. Fr'--ner. Kxfrelsruel, Hogwhoorn Row 4 U Hersler.-lnhnson. llere. lllaelr.l..u1e.lster.U11nx rltlsr-n.Sherx 4. Aflen. Narum Row 3 R4-en. YN wx les. E. Hernz. Trulaev. K1enhvl:. ,l rust nl. Perersnn. l.ushlw-ugh. llurr. .ltn . Rom 1 N1 'F H :rr 'l 'vm Hx1rnXhv" l H ,..,- Nh lr-ls' v' R --' C'lxrxst1.u:-on. XX' wmv au... 1ngznn.l rr... 5 ...A. ...,,.. r r. . Ut.. . Rov. 1 Hnuseh- l.ler.Vf1n,l.Ttxfy'.X1.'C'.4rthx.Tezehnzlnu. Mnrns. luxrrresrnrxt-.l'I.'-1-1 Fw'-1 FIRST TENORS Owen Crintlahl Hovvarel Kragelantl Dayltl Sether Tom Feeney Brll Haggart SECOND TENORS Ball Suhr Kenneth Olson Fred Brrstol George Korol Dlelc Hogohoom. Serretmx Brll Comp?-. l'resn.le11t blames Hersler FIRST BASSES Prentiss Cole Ray lvlaleolm Charles Onstael Brll Tarhell Marcus Kittelsruel. Lxhmmm SECOND BASSES Donald Hm: Douglas Smlth A Cappella Choir lvlrekey Shaheen lwlerle Franke George Fate Alhert Kohlrneyer Leland Skonnortl Ray Farmer Lowell Thompson FIRST SOPR A NOS Dorothy Tripp Carla Sherya Doris johnson Ellzaheth Roen Mary linger Donna -lean Turrng. Trerzxr Maxrne Burr, Lxhmrxtm lviarjorxe Black lvlargaret Hogan Ruth Harrrngton Helen Reed. Vxcefllresudewxr Mary Lou Feek Fatrrcla MCC.1fEhy' Mary Morrls Patty George SECOND SOPRA NOS Charlotte Hersler 4757 Dolores Lancaster Nlayrs Humphrey Betty Narum :Xrlys 'lensen ,loan Hern: Naonn Peterson Exleen Heln: Kathryn Householder vlune Telchrnann Helen Sayler Marguerxte Heeg l.Ol'l'.ilI1C Cl1fl5fl.ll1r1NIl A LTOS Doroth Allen 'leanne Vowles Irene Uunvaltlsen Sylvra Lushhough Shrrley Krenholz Virginia jorstad Dolores Berg Lucy Creyrng Marre Mrckelson. Dorothy Truhey Charlotte Vvhnd Loulse Magrll l,1hrt1m1n Chrrstmas carols mn the halls At rehearsal 'Q Serencvr v Q . -m Row 3 Tu-irlcm: ,le.inn-: Budd, ,limes Gr.mnv:r. Bcvcrlx' Bcaudmn. Bmxs Quarter' David Scther, Don Exnms. Lee Briggs. Rnlph Vivslcnz. lion: 1' Tiuivlevt: liner Livingstone. N1.urg.m't Hogan, Shirley Knutson, Bcvcrlv Bmixdivin. Doris l'lc.nll.inil. ,lcanne Riidil, Fumes l...irsun. lxhrlvs lhvis. Lurminc Lashkuxxitz. -lm' Lcpird. Elm Mix'. h1.irumS:holl.ividcr Row i-'Sax :Quintet Bill H.igu.irr. Charles Clinton. Elhum Cooper, john Uillig, Bob Miurisiun. Twxrlem. xl mics Gunner, wlnnct Living- stone. Second Band CLARINETS BASSOON TROMBONES Mildred Ohnstad Vernon Ronning Donna Cates Dean Harrison SAXOPHONE Bruce Lumhourn Lloyd Dale KV th E1 I tl d Adelhert Hanson Shirley Hulelzuk il ryn l ge S A Leonard Faust Fred Mohr CQRNETS DRUMS Beverly johnson Robert Shirley Roger Kaiser Dick Bengston Don Quinn James Albright HORN BASS Bill Wilson Elizabeth Geiken Wallzice Evenstad Ardell Skoglund Second Band Sei ewuyjii 5 .e ,ii ,px -Atv ige , N , ,AJ ,Yr l Bengtson, Murray. Stemme. Kjorlaug Sonquist, Bowers Cynosure Annual of 1942 Published by the Class of 1943 EDITORIAL STAFF Editorfinfchief ............ Don Wenger Associate Editors. . . .... Bob Hetzler, Joyce Coleman Art Editor .... ..., D oreen Helsing Organizations. . , ,... Janet Morgan Classes ..4., , , .Jeanne Stockman Music ...., ...... J ean Edhlund Sports ....... ...... G loria Johnson Special Editors ...... Emily Jane Stahlem, Bonnie Jean Wylie Assistants .....,.... Demarest Bowers, Jean Newman, Mary Desmond, Marion Sonquist, Norman Sellserg, Jackie Brady. Photography ,....... Marcus Kittelsrud, Kenneth Belland, Arnold Greenhouse, Margaret Franson, C. F. Schonberger. Please see page 140. BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager ....... Dorothy Nilles Advertising Manager ......... Luella Ide Business Assistants ...... Helen Reed, Joan Heinz Advertising Solicitors ........ Luelln lde, Sal Bonnie Wylie, Dorothy Nilles, Helen Reed, Joan Heinz, Emily Jane Stahlem, Beverly Kjorlaug, Ellen Stemme, How' ard Murray, Margie Bengtson, George Karalqitsoo. esmen ......., Violet Acton, Florence Wiest, Stan Weisman, Darlene Fnndsen, Pat Louclqs, Ray Goldberg, Jeanne Vowles, Joyce Eclqlund, Jean Monson, Donald Hoselton, Beverly Malrne, Marvelyn Hexum, Bob Sandvik, Charlotte Berg, Dick Hogolvoorn, Donna John' son, June Stotler, Allxe Lu Phelps, Eileen Heinz, Dorothy Bergeson, Lorine Leehy, Earl Gregory, Bessie Lauder, Duane Schulenlierg, Dorothy Peterson, Ruth Gordon, Veril Harden. and all staff members. Adviser. ,. .... C. F. Schonberger I I N.l.P.A. director Cecka with Cynosure delegates at UND. . ,ms Ad If 'SI' Desmond, Newman 2 l Q . -5. N ,cr wwm 9555 I9 FAIRL V' WIS IUIINUUN f fv 'fa 42,0 9 46 44? M! 2 'II I adn mon MARTHA BLAII2 S v IFINIRCQJ AL-Ar IA EDIT I1 DETEIZSON JOHNSON EDITOR N CHIEF GUNVALDDEN GI R LS SPORTS HOGPEI BQADY O'f4x9,x7 'DIN 4111 AU CQ G44 IX 'XII 1..i.i.1.1l--- QOVL DM ,ANS 5 x LQFQILJ OH Hit-QL FAQS V HNSCN H- I.: r-XT J MfFrkNJJN..JRI C QQ HADX1 N616 N 2 r Nu 2 O uw O WPXNB VNC? Y N N Ygwxzx sg. up LQIS MANN ADVEDVINNG HELEN FOWLER BJ mia: vnu gf T 5 ff QQ 150 WMO, 44 f 1,, li: MA I RV ENJEJ mmf ifaiianm rf, H Y V :QNX A i a I :EN Y I.. Q t X rv -in F J Y N TPA 'Ps w 3 L . '38 A J 41 'Q nv Kok fall, The Cynosure Edttor an clue Martha Bla1r Assoctate Edztor MOYYIS Johnson Feature Edttor Dan Chapman Asststant Feature Edxtor Ralph Cro al Sports Edttors Hyman Holfm an Dlck Hogoboom Asszstant Sports Edutor Bryan Brlerley Headlzne Edztors Bob Ford Ray Sebens Desk Edztors Ex elyn Thurnau Paul Rob1nson Bob Butterwlck Art Ednors Dan O Day Doreen Helsang Gtrls Sports Edztor Irene Gunvaldsen Labrartan Duane Schulenrerg, Reporters .IlCk1L Brrdy Dorls Johnson N aom1 Peterson Loas Hooper Jerry Weangartelm Bl Weekly Helen Fowler Marjorae Jenson Lots Mann ohn Bale Busmess Manager Czrculatton Manager Adtertzsmg Manager Adt ertlsmg Sohcztors Gordon Carlson Bob Carson Kath leen Colmm Marguerate Hegg Ar lys ensen Dorothy Johnson Darlene ones Dorothy Kosm Donald Lars en Ball McMahon Claude Myers Helen Reed Colleen Wallum Czrculatzon Sta Eunlce Walster Mary Arvold Arlys ensen Mar guer1te Hegg Mme Mlckelson udy Papermaster Kathryn House holder MIIIOII Hamalton Carla Sberxa Betty Dudley P1tr1c1a Mc Carthy Mxldred Johnson Leala Southard Marglret Hogan Ex aelxaser McNamara Bla r Fowler John on at N I P A Home Room Collectors Mrrguerlte Hegg Vern Cole Lorrune Fenstad Beulah McFernsworth Douglas Cstrem Lella South ard Robert Funk Ver1l Harden Davad Young Mary Hlr rmgton Rol'ert johnson Merry Jacobson Kathryn Engelstad Mary ane Reed Audre u1n Dorothv N1lles ean Bjorklund Joyce Gun mldsen Bob Swayne janet M1ller Mary Herblson Lorrune Chf1St13ll son Bob Butterwack 1111 ohnson Cllfl:OI'LlEf1CkSOl1 Drle Renner Patty Beckstrom, D1ck Hogoboom, Phylh: ,i Houskr Ruth Hrrrmgton John Korol Bob Head Dolores Sh anks Florence Chf19I1ll1 Kathleen Col man Ball Sander Tom Stlyers Yxonne Slegfned o Cullen Prmtmg Sta Charles Swanson Chfton Oster Curt1s Osman Elburn Cooper LOUIS Green Dale Fenst ad Ray Malcolm Lorne ansen ournalmn aduser Phal Rognhe Busmess aduser Mary Fowler Prnnmg aduser R M Stlll Tvpmg aduser Mary Boyle Enghtv . - 4 - ' l K e e . , . a ...... ,HJ s, a e - , , 2 , e e , e ' e e, , ss , . , s s , K! 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ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS k'Ahe Lincoln in Illinois" gave to the observer a picture of Lincoln's life during his period of law practice, his campaign for election to the Illinois Senate, including one def liate with Stephen A. Douglas, his marriage to Iviary Todd, and his election to the presf idency ofthe United States. A note of sorrow was injected into the play at the time when Ann Rutledge died. The performance ended with Lincoln giving his farewell address to the people of Springfield hefore he left for the White House, CAST Wallium Herndon . Boh Butterwick .Mentor Gmlmm. . Clitlord Erickson Elfztzbetli Edwtmls Betty Lou Payne Abe Lincoln. . . . . Vern Cole Nltiry Todd . .Gloria johnson Ann Rutledge . . . .Evelyn Nelson jimmy Gule. . ...... Roger Kaiser -fudge Bowling Green . . . David Iviaston Aggie Gale. . , Emily ,lane Stahlem .Nlinian Edwards. . . . . .Hymaii Holfman Gobey ........... . . .Leland Skonnord joshua Speed ...,. . . .Boh Roethke Stephen A. Douglas. . . . , .Leo Persselin Setli Gale ..... . . .Paul Rolvinson Robert Lincoln ...... . , .Bob Dawson Nancy Green. . . . . . .leanne Wxiriier pled . . . . . . . . . . . ,Bob Head Directed hy Mrs. Chas. Fry Production stall: Geraldine Peterson, Duane Schulenlwrg, Prentiss Cole, Bryan Brierley, Bob Davenport, Evelyn Thurnau, .lune Stotler, Virginia hloistad, Lucy Greving, glean Cosgritl, Doreen Helsing, Lorraine Lashkowitz, Edith Gelder. Nlarion Ivialoney. 1? f':,1lirx-ivzt 4' .1 lg t-ls llu n now: Bill Guni1'f.4l.icl4 Arnold. Cordon Rothrwek. Calvin Ferclw. Dave Young, Fkuvr nov: Duane Baglirn, Huh Greenhalgh, Don l'olnian, Howard Ri-hs, john Adams. Basketball Henry Rice's 1o41 varsity basketball squad won sixteen games and lost four, won three tournaments, and placed one man on the allfstate team. Vlinning the Red River Valley Tournament at Fargo in early january, when the count was two games won and two games lost, gave the team its first big victory. Later in the season, Fargo rallied after a defeat by Vkfahpeton, to beat Valley City in the District Tournament and thereby earn a spot in the State Tournament lineup. With three brilliant wins Fargo carried off the trophy and became state champions for lop! Coaches Kester, Rice, McCutcheon Eighrvtuu Fargo. . Fargo. . . Fargo. . . Fargo. . . Englizyfllirrc 1942 Basketball Season .43 ftherel Fergus Falls .... 22 lherel Breckenridge .... 26 Ctherel Moorhezid ...... 25 CNDACJ Sacred Heart .,.. Tournament smiles. Colman always puts in a good game at guard. RED RIVER V.KLLEY TOURNAMENT AT FA1u:o Fargo. . . 33 Fargo. . .34 Fargo. . 24 lherel lvioorhead . . Walhpeton . Detroit Lakes. . . Minot ...... IQ A -v 5 5 7-3 Fargo. , .31 ftherej IQ Fargo. . .25 Ctherel Devil's Lake. 23 Fargo. . .36 Cherel jamestown. . 27 Fargo. . 27 Ktherej Wzlhpetoxa ...... 23 Fargo. . S6 lherel Bismarck .... 26 Fargo. . .46 lherel Valley City. 28 Fargo. 34 Cherel Ivioorhead . 273 VALLEY CITE DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Fargo. . .16 Wgihpetori ....,. 25 Fargo. . .43 Valley City ..... 212 Fargo. . 23 ftherej Grand Forks. . . F STATE TOURNAMENT AT BISMARCK Fargo. . .26 Minot .......... 23 Fargo. . .34 Jamestown .... . 21 Fargo. . .35 Grand Forks ..... 23 630 432 Fargo gym sees another great battle. , 11. -11 , my ,nf Rcsrrx'er.-.1111 B.-xek Row- Miqkex Jones. Holi M1 ns-111. Bol' Ads. Fuosr nov: li111u'l..1rsuv1.D.1 f Vhcel lw K-cwrgc kcsrtr. .o. . le Ni-ls1111.l'h.1rli-s Unsmd. Dwixglds Be.111m. Arlvn Tml.1l'il, Bob C rwvli l Iile Olson. TWT? fe Nei A Ponies .mil Mules "Poles", Bur, Row: Bill Nelles. Don Viets. P41 Barrett, Charles Tighe, Fxossr now: Dsle Mx'hr.1.l31wn D.1rg,111. Marr Le1ut'skx.,lwhn Rhode, Lyle Sellm. K Cimehed hy L. D. Osm.1n.1nd-l. R. McCu1eheon. Reserves Reserves Reserves Reserves Reserves Reserves Reserves Reserves .,.. Reserves Reserves Reserves Reserves SUMMARY Fergus Falls .... . Poles. M.S.T.C. High . Poles. Moorhead Reserves. . . Poles. Tower City. . . . . . . . Poles. Hunter ..... . . Poles. Caledonia. . . . . Poles. Comstock ..... . . M.s.T.c. High. Valley City Reserves. . Glyndon ..... . . . Moorhead Reserves. Tower City. .. ... 'Z -:nnerh johnson, Bulw Frederlelxson, -. :O 35 21 25 17 29 166 Glyndon .... Abercrombie West Fargo. Mnpleton. . . Detroit Lakes. . , Oak Grove . . M15 .426 .55 M28 .30 H32 186 Eighryfuiir al Row 2-Mr. Mickelson, lvlerle Fr.uike,lll.lrrl1ce Nelson. Lsland I7-:lg-:r. james Hohncke, Owen llrinilahl. BillSmekn1.m, Huwaril Krage' land, Buli Funk. Row I--Nnrman Fclde. Les lvforud, Eugene Fredericksvn, Rav Farmer. lluli Armstrong, Dun -luhnson. Conway Austin. jim lvliekelsun, .lack King. Alvin Ackerman. Nor is i'1i'rl'RE: -loc Zeus. Stan lVcisman. Paul wlfvncs, Roy Trvhus. Dick Hi-gnlwwvni. Kermit Nelson. Hockey Coach P. E. Mickelson started off with a wet season and a green team which proved themselves the best hockey players in the state. There were two former lettermen in the squad-f-Armstrong and Ackerman. Because of very disagreeable weather, Jamestown cancelled their schedule. The team took their first trip to Crookston where they showed their growing possibilities for IQ43. Next year, the hockey team will have ten veterans, since six will graduate this june. Fargo. .. .. . 1 Valley City. . . .. .. 4 Fargo. . . . . 8 Crookston Aggies. . . . . . 2 Fargo. . . . 2 Crookston Cathedral. . . . . 5 Fargo. . . . . . 7 Crookston Aggies. . . . . o Fargo. . . . . . 6 Crookston Central. . . . . . . o Fargo. . . . 2 Crookston Cathedral ....... . . 3 Fargo. . . . . . 2 Grand Forks St. lvIichael's. . . . . 1 Fargo. . . . . 9 Sacred Heart .......... . . . . 2 Fargo. .. ... 7 Valley City.. ... I Fargo. . . . .44 Opponents. . . . . ,18 Eighzv-fix: AJ? 315 .1 fif+E'Lir!' - -ill., PD- . ,sm-, 45. ,.x 'Sb ,,, on v. ff Nei A. . .... M. E' ...,,, any V BALLET: Back Row: Mary Desmond. ,lean Brunskill, Allie Lu The "diablo" boys come down out of pyramid f-O1'm.1ElOI1. Phelps. Front Row: Sally Ornes, Dem.irest Bowers, Ruth Ruth Miller dives over Norma Lovelace, Gloria Peterson Miller, lvigiry Herlsison. Doris Hemlliind, Helen Wendt, and Gloria Nelson. Hunter Prentiss Cole. Skner Bob Clark Cdllisthenies by Bob Swayne. lfxghryxix Winter Intramural Sports Fifty girls enrolled in a fight-tofthefiinish badminton tournament which at present is still unfinished. Fifteen teams of girls started a basketball tournament which will be ref ported in the spring intramural section. Much of the winter was spent in preparation for the gym exhibition, but the girls found time to partake in pointfwinning sports such as howling, roller skating, swimming, horse-hack riding, ice skating, skiing, hiking, and tobogganing. Boys partook ofthe same bill of fare with the addition of hunting. Students who participate in enough intramural sports to earn a required number of points receive an intramural letter at the honor assembly in May. Sen er Letofsky Suhr Pow ll Died ri h Nelles Renner Swimming A new type of interscholistic competition opened up this season Swimming Fargo High has a fine pool ind since swimming is compulsory in the curriculum some students are bound to excell A very capable swimming team was organized which in cluded Bill Suhr Marshall Hmm Dale Renner Bob Feeney Bob Senger Merton Let ofsky Wirren Diederich Bill Powell Bill Nelles and How ird Murray The team competed in two meets winning both encounters Bill Suhr might be considered the star swimmer imong the Fargo boys He wis high point min in both meets in both swimming ind diving Fargo scored 6o points to I4 igunst Moorheid Teachers College in the first meet In the second meet Firgo defeated the Northwest School of Agriculture from Crookston Minn by 36 points to za E ghiv :icn YM AMN M? - V H All J ' J . V . " ,, . F - V ' J V v ,. ' - ' . - J: f- . . H' ,.. ,.. J - F- .: P- , . l J N. i . ea ' V r-' U A . - . , - cl . , I . .. 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V . ,-- ' 4 4 A v ' I J . 4 -- ' - X X . ia ,. i i -K l N " 'i -x '. .. gl" .wr , fp I E., lntramural Hockey At th lmgmnmg of 1 vu rrm wmter ught 1ITCI'lIl1L1I'1l lockty terms wtrt stltcttd Ctptuns wtrt Bob Rogers Alvm Ackerman Norm ln Ftldt Conwly Austm Gordon Gronlund l"ow1rd Krxgtlmd Ktnntth Olson md Bob Armstrong Cxptun Rogers tt un vton top honors wlth two wms md no dtft mrs Pl xytrs on th1s wmnmv tt 1m Ill nddxtmon to Rogtrs vwtrt Brll Stockmm luck Srundtrs W s Larson Dmxt L-.tofsky Hoxx 1rd lvlurrly Konrxd Bruttn md Stm Vkltrsmm Tt un WO11 Lost Pt ret nt rg Bob Rogtrs looo Alun Acktrmm oo Norm tn Felde oo Cordon Gronlund oo How 1rd Krlgel md oo lxtnnt th Olson no Bob Armstrong ooo "7" Pucksters Wersman Larson Saunder Sto kman Braaten Roaers Boys lntramural Basketball The rntmmural basketb 1ll ttlms were chosen 1n Apr1l some tlme xfter tht regular lnterschol 1Sf1C basketblll season Each team was composed entlrtly of tlther north slders or south s1ders This w1s perhaps des1gned to glVC more Work for tht referees who m1ght be forced to break apart strugglmg masses of partlsans of d1flerent geographlcal areas South slde captams were Conrad Aas, Alvm Ackerman, Douglas Beaton, Bob Cook, Charles Rhode, and Arlyn Todahl North side C-'tptZ11IlS vttre Bob Ivlonson, Dale Nelson, and Carroll Roggensack At the t1me that the Cynosurc wtnt to press, a Hrst ratt Clkll war prom1sed to break out m mtramural l'askctball crrclts Fxghn aught Cf k tw ye 4 1. 3 at : X. 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Mirehiiig to form the letters F H S ind V for victory the girls opened the even ing s entertunment The roller skating wx ilt th hicycle drill uid the roi e skipping iet Vkefe le lfLlFeN ne group of girls performed th Hungiriin Csehogir he Irisi Lilt in in Ame riein folk dince eill d the Bidger Gu otte 7 -Mamie mau4 Imp Dorothy Nille Lu 111 lde Vir init I ful on Ruth Mill r Girls dre sed in reel ind white uniforms did 1 militiry tip dince Others showed how to t ik off the surplu hy doing Our Daily Doven A spirk of eoinedy wis idd d by four uni s veho Were frinticilly gesticulitmg to the audience Th Ch ltt inoogi Choo Choo Clllk flishinv through in the form of lithe girls dressed in dirk licks ind white h ouses Tumbling uid pyrunids were demonstrited hv th girls P rhips th hrightest tot vx ls the l illet preceded hy 1 xocnl solo Th White i of Doxer ,life A f 4'- - - A s x u 1 1 ' x I - x u X H Vx , . A e . . . . , e g:f 'Q '. 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X1,L'.:'li,,l1f.: 1 li :Xl::..l' .'.x11l.'1-':'s National Honor Society Thr N.1tion.il Honor Society clccts its nicinlwrs on .1 lmsis consisting of scliolgirsliip, lcgidcrslwip, clmraictcr, and scrvicc. Annually fifteen pcrccnt of tlic gniilngitiiig seniors. tc vcrccnt ol' tlic scnior 13s,g1nil livc pcrc-:nt of tlic junior As, are sclcctml in tlic spring lwy incgins of coinpilml .averages .ind flicnlty rccoinincmlgitions. Lats in April tlic forniul initmtion is licld liuforc .in .illfscliool .isssinlwly .xml l.1tcr .1 lmiiqnct is givcn git tlic Hotel Gmvcr. Prusuiciil K.itliUi'iiic Hoilsclioldcr Viuufpnmiilciir . lV1.irtli.i Blair Sccvutliry lbonglis Sinitli Trulixiwur Sylvia Lnslilsongli ALii'1suTx. Niisscs Edin Nclson .inil Alia Tllxnxff iii -an I A - 'QCG fs . H' ' l '1."Lf'kf X' airs 2- 'lf ' 'X 4 A . '. XX I . v nl ' .V Q 1. f ,vi "1 .X jr 'Q f 1' Qkx N C X . y I , g NNW' I .L 4 5' 'Xxx- ' ,z ' '7-X1 . 8 S , ' gt 'N .. '1 ,:' ' . N: 1 -- 3, 5 4 a il , , ' . xv , Q '-'avr 'x R v hr ' ' ' ' .J K t' XX v. ' I 4 r' an M -r-1' x e ' F21-If X3 X ' x '9 'S 'ls , s R . 1 I I' Q . 5 s I 'K xx- 402 VIRGINIA JOISTAD Representative Girl N I X x x , Q 5 e N39 X Rr wg BOB GREENHALGH Representative Boy V 'z 41, , , 1' ,4-.., JUIIC CONRAD J. AAS N,msvn.nl honor society' Intramuml sports, ALVIN AQKERMAN Iiuckcy .Tennis N.nu-n.ul .lrhlcug scholl .ushlpswclfry S,P.QR, Intr.m1ixr,4lN1-rr4. x 1 X X N I iL:A .T . CKE'RM,-KN l Hu quu '.4 P'p ulw Slszf-Lx.x,1L 'v ull mr. m gpm . L 1 dm VIOLETTE M. Ac'roN History club Psp flulv Cymusurc .mnml s.alcsumn Pruduqu-m smti "Thc NYIM-lc Tuwlfs T.llklm1." -IOMN Al3.ih1F ll.nskclPull. FRED C. Anselmo I . - L -Iv' , J.. ,X A igxxdfhf. ,, , , - ,Lx-5,kRx .. :'i5':ff::-L . if--L . fg'-fE:.,..-,L- -' '- " ' Graduates FLoRENcEx1.A.Rv Alun' wry dub Pap :lub Intr.xmur.ul Npurts, La-fbifyy,Lz, llljlfvxy ' J- Doaorrw . ALLEN S-,phvrwvrc 51.455 sfcrfmry Spurtsnmmshlp llnn1.nthc.m Red Cross Psp Ulu? .4twcr.ut1c uvunfll A :.appcll.x chmr Gurh' Ll L :lulv prcsuirnt Civmusurc .mmml .urn nd All :Im rr r Pr ixrxm 14 jugam ml: 1 SA Srmlm' Thruk' Class mug uwnxxulttn' lx-Mme AL TV4 I ju"' I .1. L"QU.' fsnvq tio J cs LIERALDINE ALSTE.-xv Iixsmrx' :lub Pep dub Slsmcrnxk Q.-unix' Urwttwvl hugh schmyl, fxl..-KN ANDERSON Nnnxxx :lub Rswrvc frmrhull Immmurs ENNIS V. ANDERSEN N,n!1uml hunur snclctv Hxsmry ilulv. ' Nxrxctycnght JOHN D, ANIBERSEN lvlrmnwxlml spurrs, LORR.-UNE ANDERSON Plmsrcr1.m Pvprlulw S1stwcr.4r:.n1-ulml lmr.muxr.nl spurs. RlCll.4.Rll W. ANDERHON lmr.xmur.nl spurrs. WESLEX' ANIIERSON Buys .athletic clulx vlccfprcsulcnt Hwvs glue :lulw lntr.xml1r.ulspOrts, I NORMA E. BAKKO Eutlxcmfs qlulw. lux D, ARNOLO BAS 'lull lluys' glcc clul' lmmmur.al sgmrts. f I Xxvleijwrxxnflf DN NJN' .-.lunar llmx--.-lllx' .nlvvrruslng st, M Mu' C. ARVOLO cp 'ulv lim-xxsslxlv .lxstrxlwr l'hOe:.-rw' l' ll :mn std lfw'vl11m:.1I-mrrs JOHN C. BALE lml lx! ln lr swclctv .lunx-rr :Lnss tn- nu: rr R J l r 5 1 v, T ls Ivn-,surf .mmml spwrr- murml wg' wr" lumur pwnx cmuuluxurtvv. - A flvnl , f f Krwxmu R. BrzLL.aNn 'sun' mruml pluwr-vqr.uphcr Prmlxlgtwn Nr.mIl"l'lll.mxvltTOY1nx" P,m'Amcr1cm langue Pop -clulv Slsnwcr xg qnlnqxl Pmductxun stalls "The XVh- DELORES j. B.-XKKEN Tlvxxnk T.ulkxng". "Ever Smcc Eva". I V D My I HAROLD D, ARNOLIJ, ja. .utxwml lv-rm lr sucl-'tx' Tennis Hlst-wrt' .lrxlw v1cc'prcs1.l-'vmt RL-Ll Cruss sccrvtnrx' Dclmrc prcmlcxwl Slmnkxlm chl-lr Ml-nlrwr Cm "Thu Prix EILEEN HANDERIO url lrwlm' Af' ml-J P.m-Amfrxqm ll-.ngxlc llfwscm, lwlmn, lush qhlwll , 7 7 V- 1 . 'Pg ' , ffl ' J C ! nj, it ' WJ? 1 4 ,A eff, - , . - mr," 1 J-'iff ,. 4' "x E JEAN B s Red Cross 'n ' n ual lcsm.I . Bxfwcckly s.Il a M? W W G. DoLoREs BERG H.Ir1cquin Pap club .A c.IppcllA choir Lhrls' glue cluh Dcc1.Im.mun .Spcalung ghuIr..InIr.Imur.Il sports ,Allfmlcnr pm' gum, ,Wmncr dxsmtt pI.Inu snln. SHIRLEY J. BERGREN Kant Pep cluh SIstcIcr.IIIc c:IIIIIcIl B.IIIIl Gxrls' glue cluh PrudIIcIIuII sud 'kThc Whnlc Tuwn's T.IlkIng." MAR,IORlB A. BLACK N.IKIInI.Il hunur soclcty Spurrsm.InshIp cluh Kcnr Pep cluh .A Cappella chmr lilfliq glue club ,Allfmlcnt prugr.InI Pm' JIIQIIIIII surf "SmIhn' Thru" Alumur prom sfunmnttcc. EDITH BLAIR S.P.Q.R. Psp cluh ,PmJIIctuIII surf NSYUII' III' Thru". MARTli.A A, BLAIR N.IIIun.I1 hfvnur sucwry x'IccfprcsIJ:IIr EdInvrfIIIfchIct Cynosurc hI-wrckly. .Sparri- m.InshIp cluh Student mIIncIl. Board ur publIc.IrIons. .QIIIII and Scrull, .Kant Sac' rotary, .Pep cluh .SIsto:r.ItIc :0un:Il GIrls' glee duh .All-talent pmgmm .l.P.A. .BI-wceklx' dIstrIhIIrInn SMH, YR 'It X ,N-AX i X -Lf GRACE M. BOGENRIEE Eurhcmcs duh. FLORENCE J. BORDEN Pep cluh. j E f ELIZABETH L. BRAUER TrIpolItan prcsidcnt Psp cluh Snsrucmnc cuuncxl .D-:hate secretary, lIhr.IrI.In Cai! "Eva Smog Eve" Pmducrum smtf "The VI'hnlc Tuwn's Tnlklngu. ALICE C. BREDELL G.A.C. lntr.InIIIr.Il sports. 'Emmy . BRYAN N. BRIERLEY jIInIIIr class v 'c'prq5sdTnr. .Foutb.Ill. .Track Qunll .Ind girlwll Phostcrinn prcsndcm Bnvs' glee duh fini! "Thc Whrxlc TOkK'l1'S T.IlkIng", "Evcr Smcc Eve". BI-weakly vrts wntcr Intramural sports. .All-talcnt .Im. PrmlIIcIIIvII sud "Abc Lmcnln in I ms. FRED BRISTOL NI IuIn.Il honor sucwry. .Scnmr class wo:- s I Il c n t, ,Sportsmmshmp club Scncncc A c.IppclLI chmr. . A'SmIlIn' Thrun.. lcsnmn Blfwcckly sales' spans ,Allfmlcnt pm- smrf' 'Tho NX'hIIlc T-m'n's Slncc Evcu .,lIInIor prom One hundred ,I urns J. BROPHY Hulwlw :lulf president. Band lntr.umur.ul sports. jorce E. BRUN 5.P,Q.R, lnrr.un1ur.llspnrts, DOROTHY Bucmmrz RICHARD K. Bucx History clulw lhml lntnxmuml spurt: Production smtl' "Sm1lm' Thru , M.AXlNE BURR Euthcmcs clulw Psp club Slstv+cr.nt1c:mlrx' :ll .A rznppt-ll.: :hmr Girls glsr clulw Allfmlunr prwgrlnx. bil.-XLCOLM C. C.-xLuol,'N lmtrunv1r.mlspurrs. One hrunlverl .fue BFRNICE C.-KRLSON Nntmml hwnwr srwqlctv Trnpf-l1r.m glulf 1 lag' qlul- Fm "The P.1t5v". 444 ll-XNIEL Al.-Kl'MAN N.mm1.u! hnrwr eogwtv Spurrsnxmslxrp glu' Ql11ll.mrl5crwll Kant prcslrl-'ur KK' n-vsurr ,mmml sports wrnrcr llxfwr-ulxlw ftxuurr rxlxtwr Intr.mmr.xl spurls vlum-1: pr--ru mrlxlxurrtrv Class dm' uvxuluxxlrrr- FLORENCE CHRlSTI.AN N.ltmn.xl humur sucifty Hxstwrv glulv prcs' xxlcnt Slstucrarxc council A gxppclln chmr Grrls' glee glL1h,,Bi'wcckly salvsnmm Allftnlcnt prvvgrmrn. !!!,f,,' ff' . QQ: L ,N , f G'-v-gy ' 'L ', LORR.-XINE G.CHR1sr1ANsoN Trnpr-lmn scqrcr.1ry.Pvp :lub A mr" pulla Qhmr llrrls' gh-Q clulw lhfwucklx s.xlcsm.m lmr.rn1ur.ll sports All-talent pr' - gum. c:ll:XRl.IiS R, CLINTLUN Phllu1n.ntlxc.nn lhml Urchcsrm l3uys'qlcc clulf lnrr,umxr.nl sports All-Lllcm prof guru, V , .1 l I YZ f fx' PRENTIFS H. Coma limrlull Sywrzsnxalmshlpclulw I'hrvsh'r1.m.. A mpp.-11.agh1-xr Buys' -ilu' clul- prcsulcnr Cut "Tlx-' llhwsl Fics Sf-nth" lmr.lmur.nl , spfvrts Allfmlcnrpro-,tranx l"rrRllxcl1nr1sl.mrl "Alfa l.1mw-In xn lllrmusn -llmzwr plum mm- nnrrvc S.-nw: .nnmurrwcrncnts mlnnutrt-,gf ' ' QP' 1- - 1 K fiil, 'n- 1 1 r"'f"' , -ff XA ::'2.. 4 V ,'- V .. . .f v--, JJ f - .- .- ' 'T H" VERN B. C01 rf Hulcqmn Crust "T1sh", "SmxlmA Thru". "Alfa Lmculn rn lllmulsl' lxlax' fcstxxzll radio slut B1-weakly salesman ,lumfwr prrvm com' mrtrcc. ELBURN COOPER Mcrmnumc club Band Orchestra Sr-rf vlcc orchestra Bvwcckly prmtxng stuff Alllmlcm program Class thx- :A-mmxttfc Sn .m'.xrd stats cunts-it. JEAN P. COQ13RlFF Kam Psp cluh Srsmqmtlz t--xmirl lntrm muml sports Prnvdxlttnvn smfl "AM Lmcwln m Illllwmsu. "Thr XVhulc Twxufs Tulkungu Alumur prnm uummllrcr ffl rss thx' guru' IHIIIDC. jossvu F,CuL1fx History Qlul' trcrxsurcr l7clmru llrfxxccltlx sxlcsmrun. ROBERT F. DAx'rix1'ORT limrlmll Buvs' .lthlruc clul' prfntlcnr Yxhmxmxtur lmr.nmur.ulspnrrs. XXV.-KRREN Dlhl7FRICli Swxmrmng Buys zlthlcrzt clulx lmr.xmur.ml , sports. - L . H . Y R 3" TP XX Y J -- . g sIa,,t V .Q J-.2 :. 1 -.fy-,h ,J -.4 ,tiki -fr, -,r,1:.,,..,,, , . ,unann- DON COLMAN jumor :lass treasurer Suphunmrc class vuccfprcsltlcnt Football B.4sksth.lll , Sportsmanship club Phrlom.lthc.xn vlce' prcsulcnr lntrnmural sports ,lumur prmm commrttcf QIOHN R. Cosczmw Funtlmll B.uslcv:tl'mll Kam lk-vs'glcv: cluh lntr.lmur.clsports. RALPH F. CRO.iL NArwml hr-nur socrctv Cvnwsurc .mnural crlxr-vrfrlvchxrl Athlcrxc cun1m1ssuwr1 sccrf- mrx' Bmrtl uf pL1hl1c.muns Quxll .md Scrull Spurlsrmnshlp clulw vxccfprcsxrlcm . S l'.Q.R B:-wcckly' ftxxrnlrc ctlulr-r. . rw .J lvl.-xRx'1N F. KTURFMAN ROBERT C, DAWSON Suphnm-:rc class prcsxtlrm Sludcm cnuncll Spurtsnmnshxp tluh prcsltlcnt Phustcrrm B.xml A Qrrppclln chmur trtxlsurcr Boys' glue :lub 11.141 "Alva Lmcuwln ln llllnuxsu Rcsrrvc lmskcthmll lntrrumxlml sports Blfxxccklv rcpurrcr. JAMES E. Dlxox Chu lmtlcr Plmstermn Buvs' ulcccluh lvlrmrrur Gait "T1sh", "The Wluulc Tuwn's T.xllmm" Synxklrg chur livxwvlxlv rqfurnf cr lnrx.mmr.xlspurts All-ml.-m prrvgmm Prmlxxcrwrx smtl "Smxl1n4 Thru". "l'll I.crrx'c lt Tv Yr-ul' .lumur prum qurnnutrcc Ssml-r .mrm1umt.-ments gr-nmnzlttcv One hundred two Q:ERTRUDE DOCIQTER Natmmml honor sucxcrv Student 5-vurr prcs- xllcnt Sportsmanshlpilulx Ph-vstcrlm Rell Cross prfsxdcnt, vxqcfprcsulcnt Sxsrw franc council, GAYLE llllmmlv Swcrcxl llclurt Alxul-'lm'. BETTY M. DUDLD' l'l1SIrvfX' clulw Bxfwcrlllx' llxszrxlwlrn-ln intl Prmluctwn surf "Thr XVhwlc Tmxnls Tlllv ini." . ROHERT M. Dwwx Hwlwlw :lull Bms' glcl' flulw .-Xllfyllrru Pfl'Hl'Aln. ' l X f . . x X Q Y V 1 f l yyl' ,. l ' l l ' f .N , 1 .1 x RICHARD EKHRMRL: IJONAI n E.E1.ufam'wu B..n.l Urrhvsrm All-ml.-nrImvunu One lmn.ire.l lhvcc MARY K.xTuRYN ENGER H.nrlc.1um Pup qlulw A q.mppfll.u chmr . Girls' all-r club lmmmur.4l spwrts Cla! 3 "Thc l.1tsy." A. RM' lixkxfvk r1.l.-l.--.- nw, ..rh1.'f1.- .xml A .-..,-mu.. .hun ll-ws' gl.-v glulv lntr.mun.4l spurs . lluermryk hugh sch. K -l, SmR1.EY M. F.-xRNnAx1 l'l.xrllx1u1n Psp qlulw lmr.muxr.ul sports. Timm.-xs T. FHENEY N.urwn.4l hnnuvr smarty Spurrsnmmship club I 'xcncc clulv prcslllcln Trxpullmn :lulw . Ac.uppcll.xcluur llm's'ulcv:lL1lN llclmtr 47.141 "Ev-r Sums EW" llnfwrrklx' sales' num lmr,u1u1r.nl sports All-ml.-nr prw umm l'rmlm'I1wl1 st.n1l"'Thv XK'h.,lc Tnwnls 'lfmlluns N lXlORM.-XN FELDE N.mwn.ll hunur sncxctx' livxrlmll Huqkcy Sym-rrsnnnshlp qlulw N.mnn.nl .xthlcnc scl'wl.lrslup Snuclv llmll Orchcstm ln- ' Ir.xmur.xl sports All-mlcm prngmnw, lilllu' W. l:Ifl.l.l5.'Xl . L- nf- f M . 1 ,ff .?, .A , ,,.5 1.A,f2,. 6 I,Lf.-XNF B. Frkx Hull TEELORES E, FI..-unc: Scrufrr gl rss sccrcmrv Th.nl1.m Pup .luh Slim-:r.mc munfrl CAA: "Smxl1n' Thru" lnrr.nmur.rl spurs Bvwcvkh' s.uh'4r11.1vv -Iumrwr prrrnu qurrrxrxxrrrc. Romerar E. FLYNN I1mwrx plulr limi Cnr-ss Cm "Swim Thru N1-xxx-vklx 4.41.-srn.m lvru.umu.rI agwrls l'r+vJn1.':nm and lux.-1 S-mr Inv l'TI"'LI'iN FOWLHR N.mr-:ml hmmr srmcrx' Cvwrsurc hvwcvklx lvusmcss nmmgcr Qmll .md Scrwll Ilfmrd -wt' puhl1c.m-uns Sfurrsnmlxshnp clulv KIA Cf tu-.nsurcr Natura :lulr lntr,unml.xl spnrts. ELAINE E. Fox ll-'J Kfruss Pep glul' 5.5:-vgr,rl1.' mumxl Pr--dLlcr1ur15LuH 'Smrlm'Thm'4."Thf NX'Imls T-vxvlfs Talking," MlfRl If KI, Fruxxzi Hugh-x' Hulmlllm A .,upp.'ll1 .h-Iv! A Um! gh'-' .lulw IMIM lntr,4mur,ul xp--IIN Allfrrlvnt pmul.uu R h , exlxjk- N f rs f X g+A11:.- - - '112--3: if--:1 "::'3i-37, T' ,1 1 Eg- .xlg-if -'fr -.5,-gil.: . .T , . --LLM IBIILOKIQ M. Fmgmuxwox Ph1l.wmrhsm P.-ruiuh Slsrugrurc Q-vuvqml, Ramsar E. FUNK Hwgkcv Spurlsnmnshxp :luh Bwysfxrhlfrx: Qluh xxcc-r'rrs1.i-'nt Rad Cross Burl. Bmxc.-Hx nlcsnmm lnrmmxlral spurri, Nokxm TN1, FURCHT pw 5111!- jffjflgwvzl 4-0'd! LIE.-KN E, cz.-KRDNER Hr-Nw :Iuh Pep club Srsumrnrxg gwunf :rl Band hhr.m.m Intnmmml spr-rts Allfmlcm Prrrgmnx XK'1lmcr prppv nun surf "Sm1l1n' Tmx n's T.xlk1m1". 5, gl, yay!" Why fistlvnl .Art xxmncf rsrur cunrcar Pnvjuc' Thru", "The NK his 1 f 1 V L! 1 bf X PATRICIA N, GEORGE l'hfwstcr1.m Psp rluh Slsmcrnuc :wunul A c.rppuYlr:hn1r Glrls' glcr chlh scgrcmrx' Allfmlclxt pr1vqr.4rn Prmlulcrlnrx surf' TThc XK'l1nl.- Trvxxns Trrlkxngu .Iumnr fr'-in mxnnmru.-. f 1 jf, , f I .f fs X,-rw WN x1IIl?RYiI7 A. QIERIIYIQ T1 x p rl rr rn . lu Iv IH-p :lub Inrr.-ruur rl syn-rte. Un? hm1.fvc'J jour Ck JOHN P. Gu. Sophomore vrce'pres1 nt Quxl ml Scroll Harlequin president C s Bantl Boys' glee uh X qui .lfvn annual featu . .Br-xx' ly sa 'sma Deelam ron a ar a ' ugar n pre NA g - ro W1LLr.ar1 C. QTOMPP Football llasketlwall .Athletic commission .National athlerxr seholarslup socletv Kent A cappella chulr presrrlenr. Hors' glee clulv ll:-wt-eklv reporter Intramural s po r r s A l l f t a I e nl program .lunror prom comnutt.-e. ' Y . ucra M. QSREVING Nam hOnOr soeletx' ,lunror class pres- rtlen Spo smanshxp club secretarv Stu- rl ' Cll G.A.C. Phrlomathean rreasf L1 ,Pep club presrtlent, vxce-presrtlenl. nerary-treasurer A cappella :hour Lhrls' glee club. lla-weeklv reporter. lnrra' mural sporrs..Allfralent program -lumor prom cummrttee Semor announcements tommittec. IRENE GUNVALDFEN National honor sociery Sophomore glass presrdent Cynosure annual husmess man' ager Spnrrsmanshrp cluh Stutlenr council Lrrerary and music commrsslon Qurll and Scroll sccrerarvftreasurcr GAC. Ken: vrce president. Pep eluh Srsrocrarxc pres' xtlenr, vree-presxtlent. secretary, treasurer A cappella chorr Glrls' glee elulw ffvweelxly gurls' sports ethtor Intramural sports All- talent program Protluctron stall "The XK'hole Town's Talking" Senior .mnouncernenrs commrrtee. DOROTHY E. HAGEN Hohhy clula Pep club Protluetron stall "Smrl1n' Thru", "The XYhole Towns Tallv mg, MARGARET F. H.-xNs3N G-rlsl glee elulw lnrrantural sports Unles- lrurg, N, Dall. hugh school. One hun lretl te DEM,-xs A. CTINAKES :L Txiomror Intramural sports. Q ROBERT C. QTREENH.-KI,Gll National honor society. Footlvall Basket- lwall Traek Sportsmanship clulw Sturlem rounexl Nar1onal.rlhletlc scholarshrp socxetx' Phllonvarhcalr secretary. .Boyi glee clul' v1ce'pre-Trl.-nr All-ralenr program QJVVEN G, LTRINDAHL Natronal honor socrety. .Hockev Sporrs' manshrp elulw Natxonal athletic scholarshxp soererv Sclence eluh treasurer Red Cross Momtor .A cappella chorr. .Bots glee elulv Allfralenr program. ARI.EEN L. HAGEN G.A.C. .Phosterian. .MonitOr. .Twrrlmg corps Intramural sports. .Producnon stall l'T1sh". "Cram House". uXVhO's Bossw, l'l'll Leave lt To You", t'The Nrght of -lan' uaryS1xreenth". if Ay' - .gffcfrfl '9k'...,,,'A .. MARION HAMILTON QV G.A.C. Phosterian. .Pep club. .Bi-weekly reporter Cynosure annual aulvertrslng soho rror Intramural sports .Lincoln hrgh school, Thret Rxver Falls. Munn. SHIRLEY HANSON , UA! C 2, gg. '3- Q' f' 1 ,I . "4 Fr , JH ,. Z 3 f nm' ""1 RVTH E. HARRINGTUN Iuplvlnm uluh Pup cluh Sxsrf-mmf pn-sf mlm! A mppclllu choir Lhrls' glcc clulw Cvnusurc .mnml mlvcrtlsmng 54-lxcxtwr H1 wccklv a.alcsm.m Allfmlcm prwgmnw 'lun' 1-wr prom mnmnutrf-3. , T XXI,-KYNE gl. HARRINGTON FU.-tlwll Scxrncc Qluh Rmlffrlss A mp' pl-ll.: ghmr HWS' glcc ilufl lmllllxvmlml qmrxs. CTM.-RRI rs H. HARY TL X T.. ,lm-. - xl ,. lv. LORRAINE HAS1,rRuu Tugv htm rlult EVNICE l. HAp'c:LN Hnftmx Tlull sccrcmry Txxufmg :mfs Sguxlkllng ghmr Twin V.lllfx. Klum, hugh rch.,--l, PLARL HE.-wow , -3 l I ' I irQw1i'f ,AIXK X n,,4,,xt n :..:i.',- ,,, X, ' f, '4'Q1..1g h 'fx MQ 4 'ssffzl' ,f 1 .1 ,, ,E i, 4-, JA.. 2 S ' . Ma 3:5-::s4:: Qgafw-S , ,:,.,,.,1: 53595251 f , F lv M Q. -5 -:i:..: lN4ARuL1ERlTr Hun: Qlull .mll Sqnvll Knut Pap glulv Snsm- cmuc mnlnqul Hand A c.xppQ11.x qhmr . Glrls' glee iluh Cynusurc .mmml ,xLlvvrtxs' mg nmlmgcr Blfwcckly .1.lx'crus1ng. kllsllxlvuf rum smffs. sllcsmam All-mlfnt pmgmm , Pmdugrwn smrl"'T1sh","Evcr Sums Eu-" , ,Iunuvr prwm mnxnmrcv. EILEEN M. HHN: N,mwvml hs-nur swczcrv SPQR. Pup phil' Sxshmmtlc gmlrwul Urqhl-srl.: A :.lppcll.u :hr-xr Khrls' glue clul- 11.141 "The llnrsv Lxxwsxlru .mnml 4.xlv51n.m All' mlvm prmgrmu Pmklxlcrl-v11a!.x?l "lux-1 Smqc lfvf' ,luml-r pmm cl-lnrnlltcc Low Hummx lV1ELX'IN K. HEI,t3ESON LM ERN11 HHNURIQKSON Pvp glulx JMD T7 bf .. :Mich L,Hm:L:f1xE Buuzxzlln. N lj.llx.l'11!l'3 Qclwi Ons hm1Jwe.l xxx IVLARILYN L. l'l1LMO C.A.C. Rod Crnss S1sru:r.luc muncll . lntmmuml spurts. IV1,-KE R. Hor:1,L'N1m N muy :lulw Prosper hxgh schfhvl JACK Hmmcs lrztmumml spurrs. X KATHRYN M. QUFEHOLDER .nnnnmlu .xf11:.xt1uns c fur Ph1lum.mrhc.m 'p c u swm c cm f 5.1 pf . ch:-lr, T " gm cu fp'.x'1ng ' mr B1'wd'x' ls ll rum full All't.nlcnr pm- gr. m ij 1 stntl "EVN Since hw". N i DOROTHY HOLL.-xxx Roll Cross Psp clulw Slswqmtxc :Uunml . Bx-weekly Jxsrrllmtlrsn surf Prmluctuvn staff k'Sm1l1n' Thruq, "The XK'hnl: Tuwrfs T,llk1ng." P,u'1,C. Hlmvuixhvi N lt. Axul luuuvr smwrx' Hlvlwlw qlulv ll-ws lilxll-rx. clulv Mcxlxuucnl llr.u-.xmlg ssc'-ml yum- N' lm- -rm-er One l1xm.lrc.f .fum N.mnn.xl hmyr some V prcsxklfnt Cvnusurc PR l S1 t In ll A p lla ff l l lw b L R Rh :WX sf X gt . 2 M.aRc.aRsT A, Hoc.-xx 'Sestmrmc Qwuncll A cappella Clmvyr Gxrls' glcc ilul' Tlvlrlnni cf-fps B1-xx.-R-klv Jas' tr1l1L1t:-vruksmrl lntmmuml spurs P:u.lug- nun stall "Thu W hr-lc Tuxxlfs T.4lmnu". vl.-KMIEH Hnuwuxn Hwlwx' Hwlwlw clulv lmmnmml sv--Its. IUONALD M. HOSFLTUN N.uuwn.al huwvr sucxrtv S P Q R. N1-mmm Cxn-vwrc .mnlml sllcsmm Cuz "lIx'rr Sum- lgvc RICHARD Hocouoom xlunlrur class x'1cv:'prcsldcnt Fuutlmll Huqk' ey Athletic commission Phusrcrmn vlccf prrsldcnr Quxll .md Scroll N.utuvn.xl .xthf len: schwlxrship society Spnrrsmnrmshxp club Srmlcnt cmvuncll Ac.nppvll.xchu1r scs- rvmrv Bm's'glsc clulv prcsxdent Bxfwrclaly sports wrxrcr Cynusurc .mnunl s.1lvsm.m lmr.lmur.xl sports Prmlmrrtvun smfl "Tha Ulmer Flx-'s Sf-nth". k'Evcr Smrc EW". IVIAVIS l'lUMI'HREY B.mJ .A mppcllm chmr Gxrls' glee club . lmr.xmur.xl sports, f 1 -A' . bf:- f n f, 5' ,L U x, ll . , PL Lmuu' lkwm Trmk Bm! .nthlcm qlul' lrxtrmmx ll spur!-. 1 , ,LJ X jl " 6-ff-f V. ' 0. ,-.4 . :Kaus D. JENSEN Qurll .mtl Scroll Phosrcrmn G.A.C,.. Psp :lub Srsmcmrlc cuuncrl A c.1ppcll.r Jlwtur Urrls' glee cluh..Cynusurc annual .ttlvcrrlslni sOl1:1tOr .Bifwcckly advcrtlslng, drstrxlwutron stgttls. .Intramural sports ,Allf mlcnt program Pruductwn stall' "Sm1lHx' Thru". MARJORH5 M. JENSON Quill .md Scroll ,Cynusurc lufweckly tad' vcrtxslng mamzcr S.P.Q.R. prcsulcnt Psp club Sxstewcrattlc :Ouncrl Intralmuml sports, Prm.luct1On staff "The NX'hOlc TOwn's Talking". Jumur prOm cummlttce. Cl,-KTHERINE JOHNSON P.mfAmcr1Q.u1 lmgtlt' S,P.Q.R. Intramur- .xl spurts. CLAYTON E. JOHNSON Hulwlry qlulr Frrst prtzc wood rurmng srtttc wrutfa. lDONALD I.. JOHNSON llwkx' N.xtnn1.ul ttthlrtlc sqht-lttrslup sn clrtx l'hOs!t'u.u1 Rt'st'rvt- lmskctlmll . luY1.uuur,ul spmls JDONN.-X M. JOHNSON ll-'ut Psp tlulw Txurlxug --:rs lluls' - ulvr vlulw Allttlcm prugrtm Cvnusnxrv umual s,4lcsm.m Iurl,uuur.tl spttrrs l'u1 xr-rsytv high gghnfwl. V151 LOS Angell-s,f1.tlu N J s. V, 1 i fx S+? QP.. ,,.-,pt K - - - V Vgydx - ydjg I J - Q DORIS M. JOHNSON lvlvtrtmtnuc clulw, .Karl Cruss, ,Thcspmu Psp Qlulw Srstwqnxtxc ctvuuqll Orchcstm . A c.ippcll.t chrur Grrls' glcc Qlulw Blfwuck- ly rcpurrcr Allfmlcnt prugr.m1..Iv1.xy tus' uxxtl mllxu slut. .Cnr "Trsh'l. W WW ELIZABETH JOHNSON P.m-Amcrxq.m langue, ,Pep Qlulw. .Cyuusurc .uu1u.tl s,tlcsru.m. EUNICB C. JOHNSON S.P.Q.R. Pup glulw Dclmtr lntr.uuurtl sports Pruductiuu sr.ttf"Th-3 NX'h-wlq Tuxx uls T.tlkH1g", HELEN L. JOHNSON Cyuusurc .mnuul .xsststzmt lwusmcss rnumgcr . Quill .md Scroll. .Rid Cross ,Psp :lulx . . 1 L. I - . VL K , J, Lots JOHNSON Nutt:-ml hurhvr sucwtv Qurll .mtl Scmll S.l'.Q.l'x. Sxstwcrntlc mungxl Dclw.uv Sptnmluuu rhrur Cynusur-' .uu1u.ul gurls' sp:-us vtlltnr A l l ft .1 lc n t pmqnuu lntr,uuur.rl sports Prwtlmlrtlun smtl "Snulm' Thru: ' Ll'ClI.I,E H. JOHNSON l'--p tlulr Slsmctarnc muufll Gul! gl.-s .lulv lutr.u1mr.tl spurrs. On: hundred erght MILDRED B. jouxsou SP.Q.R. ,Pep club Slsnwcrurxc cuuuul.. Bvwcckly' Jxsrrlhurlun smtf. 0' Moluus B. jormsoxl N.uxun.ml huuur suqlctv Scmur :lass lu-.milf cr Cvnusuru lwwusklx' .ussumulc clluur Bl-.ml ul pullllcatluns Spurtsnmuxshxp club Srullsut Quunnl prrslllvru Quxll .null Srmll vlqr-prcsxllcnt Krnt RcllCmss lhml yr--wlrnt. svgrctxrv Urclwstru prcsx-ll-ur Svrvxcv urglwsrra Cvuusurc ,umuul phuru- rlr.xplm.'r lutr.nmur.ulspur1s All-mlvvu pw- :mm NI,P.A. .mzuml Claw ll.nx' mln- mums. SHIRLEY j. jomssou Rvd Cr-155 A mppclllx chlur lhrls' glcc clulw x'xu'fprssnlc11r All-mlcm pr-rgnun .fin-14.1 -run. lv1uu1.h1gh schmvl. V 0 - V Rcmm sr.-un Nluxoml mor 5: 'wr lumur class src' rcmrv xrtsmnns club rrcllsurcr. .Suv Jem sou :ll sccrcury Student cuurr sccrc- mrv T vsrcrmn sc Luv Pap duh Sw tl-curl rmsurcr cr mul AQ.uppcll.uchmr Gul ' glee 'ulw lm "Smllxn' Thru" C13 v rv nu.uln .uwxmlnwus clluur lntm' mu .ll spnrts 'tl cnt pmgmm Prullus' fu-w .uf "Abc ,Llnclln um lll1nu1s", "Eu-r Sum! Evo" .lunwr prom gunxmltwc. X, DOUGLAS R. joy LORRAINE KIHLER Sy1yrsm.msl'up clul' Km! I'-'px-lull lhul Vrms Slsrwlrurng quuucml llxxxnw-klx' -ll- xurnsluu smrl luuzuuuml symrti. Une lum.lrc.l nm: is Mlakc Us G. KITTELSRUD N.mun.nl hi-nur s0clcty,,Quxll .xml Sgr,-ll prcsxllcur Phllfvm.xthc.xn. ,A gxppfllu gh--xr l1l1r.xr1.u1 Bus glu' :lub C.vnusurc ,um- mml phl.fugr.mplwr. .Bxfwccklv sulrsnmlu Archcrv Allfmlcut pruunxnw Chet "Th: l'.usy". . 1 , , I- , ,f gn ' ,, ,fa ll I,f'C L0-V! 7 'IV ' V . I 1 ' 'I' , lf., .wf 4-, Low A. KI..-wuz K-.Al .SP Q R., . lmr.uxuu.ul spnrts. DMN R. KLUGMAN N,muu.nl hun-wr smglcrv Quill .unl S-:rull U A ll 9 l' L2 R lKx'wrukl-- 4 mrts wrltcr . . , ,. , . . .5 . ,lX'lv.uv Iurnuuuml spurts. VIRLTINI.-X KNOBLOCH P.nu'Anwrxr.m lmuuxc Sxsrucnunc councll. DON.ALD G. KNUDSON Bl-wrrlxly pruwtmg staff. .FootlJall. wloux KNUTESON lr' 1 gf lf Y:Q'iAr,i7Q Z- 4'-.-,. - . 13-37 ,- 1 ,. f-vi .. ..::.,,. ,Q KXIJHIRT C. Kcm1.x4EvER l'lu1f.fKr1:.-z:..ux lmquc A q.lppcll.q lluw :lcv glul' All-mlfm prugnmx. -Imax Koaox. H.ull-qum Rrd Cross Spcnlumg Qhmr , llufxxcckl-, Gul.-snmn. .advcrusxng sulxcmwr lntr.unur.4l ep urs Prnducmun staff "Sm1l1nA Thru". "Ever Smqc Evcq Dcfcnsc snunp s.u1l-sm.m IRENE LACEY I'.m-Amcxxquv ll-.agua Psp clulw Sm ,,y..y,k- :uunnl JUNE LACEY P,uvA:x:f:u ua ll-,muc Pap clulw SxQ11Q:.u1q muncll KENNETH LANDECK N411-:ml lwmn 4-mary Fuluflmll Spurls' nxmslmv .lul' Nuxmnl .urhlctxr Schlvlurslxxp surluu S P Q2 R prcanlvlxt Mlvrlltlul cm "Try lm-V" ,N k.s, 0 2'-' W f If fl' j jf! lN4.axlNy1LlxNnqREN 'N q A K' yfpruw ,kluml Plxulx sxlxl lvl l 74 If .l J i l ,f f . W g AI ,V 1.1 IN V v -qilwfggljw - l I F 11-iff T, Y ' v,,,'-v1 V,-,sw . Y s 41 DONALD LARSEN Ill-xwvlmlx' .ulvcrtlsxmg sullcltl-r luuurxxzml ep.-ru, EUNA R. LARSON Suplunnurc qllugs prcsnlunt P.uw'An.ux1:ux lmgmlc zrmsurcr Psp clulf. Wsfuix' -I. L.-xasox Huhlw glul' Nnurc qlul' A :1:'pcll4:lu'u li-xi' glcc glulv Immmunal fruits. lsillgllflllf Mc Qlulv. . 0' ll I Msssxn M. ALDER' ' .Km sp llulw. fr lu u Q ml 5.ll.-xnmv wal-klv lm ' xxrx lvvrrmuu SLM NV' S1. lu,-mtl: ' mlylfl Int .mxuml spurs. 4 W Www - , . . H U J . 5 JjM1,YJW X JOHN LAVHILE Th.u:.m pr.-sulcvxt 5.w.1u.l Hurt Agullxxx -. L ' I One lmndrtd zen M.ARjORIE L. LAXVRENCE Phustcrmrv G.,-XC Psp club Slsrwqrmxc 5-vuncll lntr,xmur.rI sports Pr-vdugtu-n :I.lYf "Thr NVhfvlc Tfv'.x'rw's T.nIk1rm". Iunxrwr prwm Cvnimll ICC. QIORIJON Loxxlf SYLYIA I.L'srmou:H N.4l1wn.4lhwv1rvr s-x1ctx'l1s.1sx1rcr Psp club Red Cr-rss A imp!-ll.x ghmr lirrlf' gh-c Qlulx Allmlunt pr-xgmrn Srmkmg gh:-xr r E, Nfl P.AxTR1cxA A. rViCfZ.-XRTHY N.m-:ml hum-r smxctv Iirrhxlum KLA if . Pup :lub Slsrwcratxc wnrmxl A fuprwll. qhnxr Chr!! gifs .lub Il:-xxusklv Jvezrrlwu turn sm!! Allaah-ur pr:-guru lnrr.nxmn.r spa-rts Nhv icrtzxtal ITM! "Th.- XK'hwl. Truwrfs T.mIk1ng". "Eu-r Sum- Ev f ' H rfb' lf fi V E x 5 CU BEUL.-KH A. MQFERNSWORTH Mrvrwlrrrr Cvmvsurc ,mmml ,nrt cdxtur Hr' weekly sdlcsnmn M.ny' Icsnxxnl .nrt .mnurJ. MA Rlox P. M.-x Los fav Nun-Ilw.uI Imrwr wfxvtx' Hxwurx .lub Msn' rum-rlxv rlulr Psp rlulw llmd Urshrsrrr . llxrlf sr-rvnuc 1-rshcfrm S1mmr.urxc c-vurv ill Dclurv Sruwklnu sh-nr Bvxwcklx' rc- pfvrr-'r I'rwJx1qt1.'r14l,n!f"Thv XYhrvlr Tr-xxrlk T.nlkmg". "Abc Lmmn ln IHxn.-1 v 55 1 ect" sg! E 4 E 'G T? w . . E. , .Mk 144 I' Ay , fx f , I wr 1 if M2 fy X, ' 3 x . iw Lou LINK? U Ai' l'Nt:ar11u1ruI-pwrw Arvrum M. Lox'rLr T'r.r.'L llrrh-.ixlxlu Ibn-I Orrhr-41:4 nm: !1.'.-.1.n- lx.-Q.-W lwsk-'Hull BONNIE AI. McC.aRL INW.-Xlmrxgm league. I fb , AM Low MCCCDNNELL il,-KU. KEITH MCLE.AN H- 'Nw gluf' Inrranmrrul spwrrs. Umuuu P. ROSTEL Nm!-nal h rv r 41-gictv Gx'nxmst1.'i. ,Lff . f ff.Q:f'J .29 Dfwm MASTEN N.nwml hunur society. .Science clulw sccrc' mmm Buys' glee club lntmmuml sports All'r.xlcnt program. .Cast "Sm1lm' Thru". "Abu Liuculn in Illinois". OPAL MATZKE l'.m-Amcricam lmguc. .Pep clulw Sxstufruxc qvxmcll. CAROL A. MAY l'.m-Anwrlcau league trmsurcr .Pep :lulr Allfmlcnt prugmm lli-wccklx' rcpurtcr . Prmlucrion stuff "Sm1lm' Thru '. MARLE MLCKELSON Eurhcnics ::luh..Red Cmss..A c.nppcll.n qhmr llbf-lfl4ll1,.GlflS' glee c lv .Allftzxlcnr progruru, .Bi-weakly Llist on stuff Slstnl cmtlc council. .Prod ' staff " c YX'hulc Towlfs Tal ng." fx f f I c .IW V A. LESTER R. MILKER Hulflw cluln vlccfwrcsidcnt. ix. R. N K . A L' lf? ' -- ' fl., - . -i 'H 'syu , 'A 1-,....,:-.V 5-. sis, ! Q14 ','A ,gg .V.l- ' W T333 x. X, X 1 1 1 JANET M. MILLER P.u1fAnwruq.m lmguc Pep clulw Slstucrut' 1: rmlmll CM! "Ever Smcc Eve" .Cyf uusurv .xunual s.ulcsm.u1 ,Bvwcckly salfsj m.ux lmr.cmur.xl spurls PmLlL1crum staff "Thu Vx'lmlc Tuwrfs Talking". LYLE -I. MILLER Bul'l.xlu hxgh school. .lm MLNETTE N.lt1.wu.1l hum-r swqxctv Spurlsnwuhlp club llf-vs' .uhh-ug :lulf trlxnsurvr ,lmr,xmur.ll spurts. ARNE R. Mofx Buys' athlctxc ilLllW..TfklClC..lDff.lHllXYJl sports. DONOVAN G. W. Mmm Hulwlw clulw. .Blwsl glrc clulx l1l1r.xr1.m.. Mum!-vr .lutr.lmur.nl Sfwlli. Xx7lLI.l.-XM E. lVlOREHEAD Hol'lw qlulw. . lnrr.lmur.xl sp: vrts, One l1 und vc.l twelve Ivi.-my G, MQRRT3 Kant Pop club Slstucmtx' cmlncxl A c.xppcll.x chuir Gurlsl rc uf' All-ulfnt Pnxgmm B1-wcvklx rrcr Inrr.mmr4l fpwrrs Prmhnqtwn sm 'Tll Lc.n'c lr Tw Xml Elm uvrprwnx. vnmcc, jf A gb E V MM ELAINE IVIORROW I'.mfAmcr1c.m lmguc prcsldcnt U.A,iY PEP club Slstwruxc wuncxl Imr.nmur4l fpwrts Pr- nlucrum surf "Tha XK'hwIc TT 'xx :fs T.4l1mm'A lumur Tr-vm cnmnurtrc. . . I FI.-mx Ixhmamx' WALTER ML EIE Nmtlulml honor sf-:mtv C ,Cm "Sm1l1n' Thru m fmulrc tn-r ,Blfwvr . csnmm XZ. fi CLAUIBE MYERS Sportsnmnshxp club Athlutlc wnxnussuwn Qmll .md Scmll Kent Bvwccklv Tudvcrrxs- mg sL1tf..Intr.um1r.ul spwrts ,Iuvwvr pr-vm comnntrcc. BETTY N.-mum l'h1lwm.nhc.m Psp glulv A c.TppclI.a qhw 411 lhrls' glcc clulv Allfmlcm pr:-guru Imr.nrm1r.nl spurts. One hundred rhmesn LORRAINE E. NELSQN JUYCE NVSTUI- Ixmmmml spllrts. cnlqs qlulw, Mmnzxr Tmusvx Nu fox l,ANI EI, Al, O'lJ.-xv Phvvsxrrum Psp Jul' A ,.4ppfll.n .Mm Nntlwlul lww-1 sugwu lw-vrlmll Spwru l-xrls 111.-c qluiw. rwmshxp plnxlf N.mnml .nrhicrns sghnvlcrshlg swrwlx' Qmll .mJ Scrwll Kcm Dchm' Spculurxu :hu-nr Cm "Thu XVhU!r Twxxn' T.nlL1m1". "Bw: Smqc lim' Hxwwcklx' .4r cdmvr, .nJx'crtml1g stuff. rr :mrs cdxmr lmm muml Simms kin' rcsrxxuul Alumwr pmn mlmnmuvv Srnx-wr .mm-unscnwms mnmm rcs. L. Bruce NESISITT KIAYLAND QI. OLSLUND N.nuwn.4l hw-nf-r srmcu' Rui liwss Rui Kinms Tuck, Scxcmv :lub wcoprcsldclml Dcluu' Spml mg Qhmr 11,441 "Thr XVhuIv Tmvnks Tall- xngn Prmlnuutn-'11 surf "Ever Slum' Evc' f V 1,1 f M,, .,,., 1 fx ' , ' ' - X N ' 4 ' x X IDUNALD L. NOR51.AN ROBERT OLFLL'NlJ Nflll"ll441'l"I14'l S -clctv P.u1fAnxvr1.'.u1 Imgur bywmc plulw, .Bms' vlss :lub lrxtrunnxml svgrcmrv. SIMHSI ' 4 Ifmmi M, NY'STlIl. KENNETH D. OLSON Fl--klwv Nlmuml .nrhlctxq syhulushxg' 5- cwly Scxvmv duh A .mn pcllm qhmr P V my mln' :lulw lmr.mml.nl spurls. 35, 45' . AA,,, 1 LORRAINE QjL,ON ,Mfff I' . il.-,px-rr1Nxx'11 hxgh sghmyl. X ff 2.44. "" '--, V - .K - f 1 f ff N. .' ,- .. 'g . Q I, flf, exif,-T S3 is kr, X N. - 1 f f, X 'K 1 , N , V I K' A XS ., :-5:v.g,l ' XJR!! 5 I , X k-:L A One h1111Jre.ifuxuz:erx M., , , iv 'Www 1 sc' x n ww 1 un N1 umm M nu x A 4, xx -u wvunu nu unurn spu . 1 '-ez' xl f' ,U hz " s i f ROBERT M. OLWIN Intmnwurul sp-vrts. CURTIS F. USMAN V , ' Har..-.luln Rcscrvc lmskctlmll l!w.w.xl. wuumg smi. ROBERT L. OW'EN5 N.mumI hnnur sucictv Scnuvr :Lass pres' :dent -lumnr class v1Qc'prcsnJcnr Chief l.-.Mer Spurrimmship :lub Ph1lum.xrhc.m prcsxdcnt Dcb.utc.,Dccl.nn1.1rnvn Speaking chuxr Cut "The Patsy" Cynusurr .Annual smlcsnmvx Bvwcckly s.nIcsm.nn Inrr.muxr.uI spnrrs .junu-r prom cummltrcc. PATRICIA C. PAULSON Pnn'An1.'rxg.m lmgllc Psp club. ,ffr , I , go PERSSHLIN H.xrlc.1u1n ,Bvwfekly cxchalngc cdltnr, fmt' urcs Cut i"Ahe Lincoln ln lllinulsf ,Prw Jucnon surf "The XVhnle Town's Talking". . ,lunnwr prom Qommittcc. X J f , ,J X 'V , V T5 Q N ff? -' :.:.k,g:: -.,: 3 'I . -AU N, . f 1 'U "Tip: xi, " , QW Q I KA V 1 y xl ' ,,,g4,y X, q.-fl 1,-F J L , x 1 l X ld 2? ai X v 'Y . KS 'Y QQ . K" f 1 one h1""i"'i Wm ,, X., ' 7x .gff'f'Q.fn 1 L V' X19 QQERALDINE J. PETERSON Hlsrnrx' clulw prcsulcnt Pap Elm T ..- "Thr NX'hulc Toxvrfs T.nlk1mL" D-H. c Spcllung Qumr Allfmlcm prrvgrnnw rw mural sports. .Mrsdcllmrmg .uxxuml MM' rr-snxzxl ,Prmluctmn staff "Sm1lmt Thru", "Alm- Lxncoln m lllmoxsu nfMA'JJ ,WX ffff nf ' ,Z- ll lk f ART PIERCE Qulll .md Scroll Summa qlulw llmx.-rl,lx' luxturcs N,l.P.A. humwr wlunm .v.x.u.l Cm "Sm1l1n' Thru". IUOLORES -li.-KN P1 ,xwox l'nvfA1m'r1g.xr1 langue P.-1' Elulx JUNE E. Poungx Pop clulw B1-wcclmlv Elxsrrxlmxx-vu -ull MARY AI.lCE Povmm' ll.m-Amcrmm langue. A ag, '- A . . Xxwiixg E .vA.., I , ,. 5, 1,467 fir , Tfakfkfipg fV'l,-R -T R Qi X135 , .3 V .N N' Q?-E lg' M ,, "" F L, M M-, R ' Q' . "if 1 J 1-fe 5 is gl ff "': X X X.. R an n PORTER ml v x 01: ut ru lulw wr.: Ruhr ummm sp: 5 'mga uc '. clENEX'lliX'li A, RAE Plulm-nx.ulxr.u1 P-:P qlulv. ,ALFRED RAMMERQ: IJELORES R.ANDICll lmrAmur.xl spurrs Library Asslstrmr. CAROLE J. RANGER Prp rlulw Slstufrntlc munul Girls' glm clulw Spmkmg choir ,All-mlm: prugnun . Prmluctxon smtl' k'Thc Nvhulc Tmvrfs T.ulk- ing". BONNIE JEAN REITAN bqlcncr clulx On: hu'ndre.i srxlcen BERNICE M. REMUND Red Cross. .Horace hrgh school. SALLY RLNDEN Hrstr-rv club Pup club Gxrls' gluv clulx Allfmlcnr program .lnrr.rmur.rl spurts Urrls' tcnms champ Cust "The XX'h4rIc Tuwn's T.ulkmg" Frclllah high schmrl. GORDON W. RlSTX'EIJT Phosrcrun lnrmmural sports Cnet "Ever Smcc Eve." PAUL D. ROBINSON Harlequin .Qurll and Scroll. ,Band Or' chesrra librarian..Caxst "Abe Lmculn rn Illinois", .Br-weekly desk cdrtur ,Productmn staff "Smil1n' Thru", "The Vfhulc TOwn's Talking." ROBERT N. ROETHKE Natmnal honrwr society. .Sophomore class treasurer. .Athletlc commrssron Foothall Basketball .Sportsmanship club Nzmnml athletxc scholarshrp society .Mcwnrtmur , Phosterian .A cappella chmr Boys' glcc club vice-president. .Allftnlanr program, . Cast "Abe Lmcoln rn lllrnoisf' ROliERT D. ROGERS Fmurlmll Track Arhlrtrc qnmnnssurn N.rr1On.rl .rthlctec scholarshrp sucwrv Sportsnmnshxp cluh Phrlnmrrrhr-.nn lim-s' glee cluh sccrcrarv Allftalcnr pnugrarn Cynusuru .Annual s.rlcsm.m B1-wcrkly sales' nun lntr.lmur.xl sports Reserve lmskvt' 1'-.rll ,lunmr pmm cummltrcc. One hundred scrcuzecn ljOROTl s r M. ROGGENSACK l11rr.nn1lxr.rlep-rw, I. l"'l0NVARlJ ROHS ll.rskcrl'.ull Spurtsmaushlp clula, ,Nall-nv nl .ntlxlsrrc sclwlarshrp sncxcry hllnnrrnr. QILORHA T. ROSE Phnsrr-rl.rr1 Pap :luh Slsuvcrntlc cnunqll lllfwcrklv s.nlcsm.m Prwdrlcrmrx stud "TxshA'. LUCILLE RUST Pup qluh. ,Oak Grove scmrnary. L' CAROL ANN RUSTEN Trxpulltan clulw Prp club. Xu I , Xu Xl : NX nv.: 'f LQ r"T X 3' 31301,-J 539.52-f ,. A A If ,J - I .-iq' I D ,H M,s4S'f" Tr T ,' 'SY 'XR 3 'ff' ,' ,. x Qfif., XX , , jfiqk I-115' I A ,A4-f::,.- V 132, EYELYN SANDYH: lmr.mmr.xl spans. ..1ss1st.mr l1lRr.m.m. HARRX' G. SCHXNA RT: MM? ROBERT SCOTT Bm 5' .arhlcuc club. Hxszl vrv clulx .l Pap DOROTHY E. SHHENQ ARNOLD L. Sr3LH1eRu CARLA ld. SHFRYA All-mlcnt prugrvnw lmmn .. L Bvwcclxlv dxstr1l'uTwn st nl, ff RRTT X,n,... -.H A fl M xx Eli-4, 3 'lwslcrmn Pap :lul 4. All P.xn-Anxcrxmn 5 T u club. .A mppcllu ch:-ur 2 Q' ff if Pu f LA-Q43 lj-ill Q JN A Kel lifw' 'R 3, H TT Sk NX X36 Q z t, qw' ,X 'fa cg 'Q f 4 A S Xa Q Du.-xxs SCHULENRERG R-xl Bums svcrcmrx' Sporrsnmmshlp Qlulw . lhnll B+-vs'glccclL1l1 Allfmlcnt prugmm , Ulm-r llzlllcr lh'scrYc lmskcrlmll ,lumur pnmx mnmxztrcc Bxfwfl-klv lllvmrnxn CY- nnsxlrs .mmml s.xlcsm.m l'rudLlct1mn smtfs "Al-u Lmculn m Illxrwmsu. "Thr V'hulc Tmx'11'a T.lll.1ng'A. IUOROTHY G. Sc H KVA RZ RM' SEBENS Ph1lwnx.xthc.ln Qmll .md Scroll Bl-xxcclily hc.R.ll1nr cxlm-r Tmgk lnTr.lnn1r.xl sport, E Q MICKEY' SHAl"IEIiN ll-wsl .ltlmlcuq clulw A mppclll .lwlr ' -E: .3 lllws' glee flulf ,All-mlunl prwgmnw, 'Q Eg , ' : ,, f,:., .,. MGD T 78 f ure. 2 J YYONNF M. S1 11u1fR! Izll l',mfAx1wluq.ux clulv U.A.Cl. Psp clul' Smsu-cmtlg frulnqxl lmmmuxnnl spl-Us livn-usnxru .mnml s.4lcsm.m Blfxxccklv sale mln. Ylmnlmurvn srnl Prmlx1Qtzwf1 sm "Thr XX'l'xulc Tuwnls T.lllf:mg H Ons hunjrsd enghreen DON C. SKJONSBY Bus' .athletic clul1..Intr.amur.1I sn-r's, IJOUGLAS S. SMITH N.m.vn.nI hum-r su,-my gk-gfymfy SPL! R ff :rr-,rsxxvcr A Lupin-Il.: chrnr 1xlvmr1.m Bum Iiwvw' glvs clulw Allfmlvnt prwur.mx Vxrwsnrrr rmmml lmvs' gpurts mlxmr Inlm vmnml wpwrrs Blfwvvklx' s,uIcsm.m. IVIARYALYCE SMITH lntr,um1r.nl5portS. HARRY Soussm: Tmgk Student cuurr Nuwml .nthlcrxc -xhuhrshrp sructv H.url:qu1n lim-Q .nrh1 lk-us club Cm "Ever Srmc Evrl' ,luruur rrum iummxrtvt, LEILA A. SOUTHARD Hlsuury club ,Phosteriun Pop club Sus' rr-:r.mc councxl. .Speaking chmr ,Allmulcnt program lntr1xmurz1lSports Cvnusurs rnmml .ndwrrisxng stnrf. .Bvwcckly drsrrrlwu- tr-rn smtf, reporter, sn!csm.m Prmlucrn-n :r.4Tf"Sr1x1llr1' Thru", "The XVhnIc fruwrfs T.ulk1ng", "Ever Sxncc Even. .lunuur pmm : rnxnurrvc. BILL STOCKM,-KN HU. L.-x' Hxsrv1rvclL1I'1 rrmsurcr Ru! Umss R--wrvc m-!lm!l, One hmmirerl nmfrrm WILLARD G. SUHR Tmck Swimmmg Ph1lom.nhc.an,,Ac.up- pclln chmr ,Boys' glcc :lub .Allftnlcnt pn-- gmm Bxfweckly reporter, t'c.ururcs..,lL1nnvr prom committee, CHARLES R. SXVANSON Stxcncc club, ,A cappella choir ,Bl-ysl glee cluh .B.m-.l ,Allflalcm prugran1..B1-wvck' ly prmtmg snuff, rcporlcr. KENNETH SVVANSON Buys' .xrhlctlc clulv. WILLl.AM P. T.-KRISELL Phxlonx.aKhv:.1n A Qnppx-ll.: Qhulr, Boy S' also :lulv Intmmuml spurta. , I ' ,fl JM , I I n f, 1 fl 7 MM , ,ff EVELYN Trios EUGENE TIFFANY' Hfwlvlw :lub prcsldcnt .Archvrxx l Q 'fa , JERRY SVBEN Phrvsrcrrm Grand Forks lugh school. EARL SwANsoN an 'b QU!! 3 r ,',,, v-' .fwifix iw -1. ' , . x , X Q x l' x X' X' N ,444 5 Wg Wf' V QZERTRUDB TENNEFOS Hlsmrx' Qlul' Pap club. F. Loweu. THOMPSON l'lul:nn,xlhc.m Rnd Cross A mppclla chlnr Bmw' glcv clulv lxlwmrlnn B.mJ Allftalcm prugzxun Paws' quartet Intmmurnl sports Rcscvvr mlzlmll Cynusurc .annual snlcsf nun, IDONNA JEAN TWING N.muml lwnrwr soclcry Kent Pep clulw A :Appr-ll,l gh-ur in-.xsurcr Cxrls' glee clulw All-mlrrlt prmgmnx Mxxral qunrwt Uurls Iflw. On: lnmJvcJ tu-:mv QIEORGE H. ULRICH Baskctlmll Rnd Cmss Phnstfrmn All' talent prugmm Band. lntmnunml spurts Baskt-rlmll ,mtl rwwrbxll srutl.-nr m.m.ngcr. VIOHN llNl19F'I'H lxlcrrwvwxuvw tlul' I'hustrr1.m llaml Ur' :hcsrm S-'lxlqcwrqhcstrru A c.4ppvll.u:lwxl . Bus gl.-v rlulw Allfmlclur pmgmln. R.-xtvrl gl. VIIEYTENZ lxlcrrfnm-unc clul- H.mtl prvsnlcnt. vm" prcsltlcvvt, rrcxsurar Orchcstm vxctuprus- ltlcut St-rvucc wrchcstm All-Lxlcnt prw gum Trmulw-nczrm Buss qunrtct Imm- muml ipwrrs .Iumwr pr-nn tl-mnuttcc. EUNICE M. XV.-KLSTER N.1tn:n.ul hunur sucxcty Trlpulxmn clulw U,AC. Pop club Hand Orchestra Girls' scrvxcc vtchcstm Allfralcnt prugmm 'jlstwcrrutu Q-ulrml Cyn-wsutc .mmml .nlf vcrtxslng sutl B1-we-'laly rcpurtcr. s.xlfsm.m. dxstrxlultxlm stm' CA!! "Tho XN'hula Tuwn's T.llk1mL"."Thc Patsvu lntr.nmur.nl sports Prmlucuorw stuff "Sm1lm' Thru", "Vv'1ltl Smrsu. "Evcr Since Eva" vlunuwt pmm mnnmttcc. IVIYRTIQ W.RRI1 BEVERLY W.KTERQ N.nK1wu.nl lww-r wuctv Psp ulul' Slstl-qr.4rf xt Q-vunrll Sulrhwvst hxgh schlml, K.ms.ns C.xrv,Ix11-. Owls hun.lvc.l tu'enty'.'ne 'f 5 if 2. ggi K ' 5 :Z 43 5 Xml E1 . J . n , lf: Sgr all mfg, HELEN L. ULVAN Euthcnaqs gl'a'X lutr.xmur.ul spvwrts. I MQ! Emu, llruw ll1trunur4l4y'ffs l.,-KUQON VJ.-XLI.-X Nuurc qlulr Low L. W.ANGEN Phnstcrlrxn Psp club, Sistocmtuc muncxl Prmlucrnwn sam' "The XVholv: Tuwrfs T.xlk' mg" 'lunwr prum committee, KX 'IEANNH A. W.ARNER X N.rt1wml html -r s-wwrv Kem Psp :lul- A :.nppcll.x qhuxr lurls glee clulw Cut "Alw l.m:wln rn Illlnmsn. All'tz1lcnt pro' guru, . 1 , , f -g 1 ' T I 1 fl' Zi 71. . .Q " MARIE-.N J. XVATE 5 1 G.A.C. Pep club LRQJ Cn s .ynrmmuml Q Lf, ,lp X, Jdnf ' A W6 AUDREX' VJEATHEREORD Pap club Sxstocrzmc Quumxl XYQQ Fugw h1gh schuul. IRENE E. WEIlmL1xc: JERRY WEINC.ARTEN Qmll .xml Scmll Student nmmgcr fm-:hull .md track Blfweckly spurrs wrxrcr Imm' mum! spnrts. Ex'ELYN XXIESTERMANN Red Cnwss lnrmmuml spurts. y , - Vg.. . -'QMS '- n U l . .. -as .E , .. ltlx ' - -, -X X71 r Q P A A :Q 'Ei A fiiiatv ry., qv.-5 fn W 'Y .X-.41 my -'X E x 4 175.- V f' exif I M W x Mx' Lois E. WYHEELER P.mfAmcr1c.m club G.A.C.,.Pcp club, Immmuml sports Pmductmn staff "Sm1hn' Thruf Nonmax WHEELER Fwstlull Tmck Bx-wccklvrcrwrrcr .Imm muml spurrs Cul MExqr Smcc Eve . LAYBX E . mms KENNETH XVONG Buvsl .uhlcnc club Gyrnmstxcs. R Primus XXYOODLEY Sxsrw-Enix: cmmcll, BRUCE YODER One h1m.ire.l zwevxrylxuo Guests Semor Clrss Offmers Hosts Vtce pres Fred Brlstol Treas MOIFIS 'Treas NIOIHI Jumor Cl Iss Off1CLfS Peterson Vlce pres johnson Secy Delores Flmgg Pres Dorothy Nmlles Secy Emxly Stthlem Bob Owens Pres Jtnet Iviorgm Sprung Junlor Semor Banquet and Dance The mnull sprmg unIor SenIor bmquet 'md dmce came off wIth tlymg colors on May I6 A pItrIotIc theme was used md musIc was furmshed by Kenny ones Ind h1S orchestrl COMMITTEES Prom manager janet Morgm Banquet Em1ly Stahlem charr-man Decoratuons Edlth Gelder P11tr1c1a Gran Sally Pearson MIFIOU Schollander E1leen Grove Dave Young jack Saunders Bob Cook Program Beverly Ruud Arlean Groxe Isel Vangerud Dance Dorothy Nxlles charrrnan Decoratrons Gretw Hllllifd Donna Kurke Ehzrbeth Hlggrrt Mwrk Andrews Trlgve Olson CUft1SLdHgD6SS john Grosz Dave Sether Fnnance NaOmI Peterson charrrnan Pxul ones Lols Krebsbach Lorrame Lashkowxtz Betsy McPhul Chlrles Onstxd Donnx Ruud Gordon Sw mson Evelyn Thurnlu Tackets Bob Ahlers Helen Sayler Douglas Beaton George Fredenckson Publzcttv Jtnet LIVIHQSYOHC june PIckett B111 Haggart Bob Butterwlck Inutatrons V1fg1D13 Paulsrud Roy Tryhus Eunxce Dustrud Du me Bwghen IQ43 SENIOR RING COMMITTEE Bwrham Doerr Im Dawson Ptul Thonn jwnet Morgan Hyman Hoffman LeslIe Wagner Shlrley K1enhol 4 I Z V535 we , 'f ., ' ' g ., ' ., 1A ' ' M gr ' f ., Q -1 ' 3 3 Q - 'Q -1 1 ' Q 1 . ., 1 ' 1 . 1 1 ' J ' f ' 1 1 1 ' 1 ' ' ' 1 . 1 ' ' 3 ' 1 1 ' 1 ' ' ' J ' 1 ' : 1 1 . : ' , ' . 1 K 9 7 ' : , I , 1 . 7 ' , ' . ' I 1 ' '1 , ' , ' 1 5 1 1 , 1 ' , 3 7 I I 7 K ' ' : 1 ' , ' . Dues: joan Bentley, Put Sorlie, Calvin Fercho, Shirley Hulebak, Darlene jones, 1 J , ' 1 , 1 , 3 1 , 1 1 , 1 , 1 , 1 . ' I , , 1 ' , ' . ' Q: 1 ' ' , ' , ' 1 , ' . I' ' : ' ' ' 1 , , ' , 1 1 'B . ia " 1 1 1 1 1 L I I l ' ' 'r UndhInI1lrc.lI11'rn!vfIl1vef , J f t, ,l ' V f A Q ff if- . 55 l ls Row 3 Howard Rohs. H.1rrvSolberg, Mr. Tighe. Dan OADQW. Boh Greenhalgh. Owen Urindahl. Huh Roethke. Row 1 Dun Wenger. Norman Feltle. Kenneth Olson. Alvin Ackerman, B1ll Uompf. Calvin Fcrcho. Don Pluhnsnm. Row 1' 'Bob Rogers. Paul jones. Hyman Hoffman. Bob Armstrong, Kenneth Landeek, Dick Hogoboom. National Athletic Scholarship Society The National Athletic Scholarship Society of Secondary Schools was organized in February, 1925, by a group of high school principals in Wzishington, D. C. Quoting from the certificate of membership, "eligibility to membership in this society shall be limited to those boys earning an athletic letter, whose average in their school work for three con- secutive semesters is equal to or higher than the general average of the school and who have exemplified the highest type of citizenship and sportsmanship." The Fargo chapter is the second chapter of ISOO to be organized. The first chapter was organized at Spring' field, Illinois. The adviser, Mr. Tighe, is at present national treasurer and is a past na' tional president. In our school, letters are awarded in football, basketball, hockey, track, tennis, and golf. President ,,... ...... P aul jones Vicefpresident .... . . .Calvin Fercho Secretaryftreasurer. . , .,.., Don Wenger Adviser ........, . HB. C. B. Tighe 5,,siO,'i'L7 Rig, X - , iw' Q1 f LB Q T e x-X -ef K . V ,,.,,eY . nf- -- - - . .QA .FA , ?,,..1, V X- s' -Vi 1 xxx Admiring the state basketball trophy after the finals at Bismarck. One h1m.lre1i r1i:11ryju1u ' ...ne-H' Fargo "Quiz Kids" Gynosure delves into the private lives of three straightfA seniors to iind out how they get that way. Saturday morn found them all busy 'helping around the house." Douglas Smith was fixing the electric clock, Florence Christian was setting the table, while George Rostel was raking the yard. Hobbies? Florence likes to listen to the opera. ,follows the themes, motives, and all that in a big book of operas. She also sings very well. . plays and sings good music. Doug likes a little light reading with the Saturday Evening Post high on his preferred list. Both the boys go in for backyard basketball. We snapped George dropping one over the rim. Mzigic is the big thing with George iust now: that is, until the real thing comes along. You know what we mean? He can do the trick with the little red balls and he also does neat bloodless executions with his trick guillotine. "Hold your head, Mzirciis. I haven't any basket handy." Florence admitted that she sneaked off to a show now and then. and we finally broke through a wall of reticence and got Doug to pose phoning one of the fair sex. But you must study. They all say that. Doug poses in his private study nook. rJm'ii'.wiwt,r ii if N,J , If-f if e ,A . f fawm 42.7 ' ,QL- ,,,. +12 N' WSU llm x uuvx ll.rss'slappers ,I--an lloluvisori. Alree Hatlxerr. lions .luhixs-in and Soiisaphornsr Les XK'agner Piarxist Shirlev Kienh-il: and l71'et!or l.. 125--rlien Tronilwmsrs .lim llunlexx ,Ralph Vresterz. line Serlier and Trumperers llarlnlra Dr err. Den ljxars, la e llriees Drummers john Hirltleantl Pxlorrie,lohr1swri. liuosr kim S.iwr'hori:srs john liillig. Bill HaugarK.lfh.1rles Clint n. Ellsurn U ufer. Feddlers Yxlarian Kienhwlz. Bonnie ,lr hrzson. l.i: Sthonlrere. hlarran Malorex, ,lohn Sandlrerg. .lean Edhluml l'rt-nth hr rn. Daxztl Kar: l'lurisrs Phzl Brua. Br l- Herman. l'lrr1netistslUan h1oe.Al.lek l:rosr.lier.dtll'hl All-Talent Program Fargo Highs most anticipated production was the now traditional Allftalent Prof gram. This year a contest was held to choose an idea for the program which was patterned along the PanfAmerican GoodfNeighl'or theme. The most sensational numlrers were the mass ensemlfles in which the modern or' chestra united with the lfoys' and girls' glee clulcs to sing and play such tunes as "Romf any Life" and "Tonight We Love". The A Cappella Choir sang "Ave Iviariau while the girls' glee cluh under the direction of Miss Signe Euren sang "I Hear a Rhapsody" accompanied hy the orchestra. "Romany Life.. was a unique feature. It is the vocal setting to Lis:t's "Second Hungarian Rhapsody". The ensemhle numbers have heen heautifully treated in the arrangements for mixed voices and orchestra hy the director, L. C. Sorlien. The concert l'and opened the program with three numlsers, followed hy the Girls' Glee Cluh and two pianos in a short cantata hy Harvey Gaul entitled "I Hear America Singing." Mixed with the ensembles were vaudeville acts recruited from the student hody. Scheduled were such acts as a violin trio, a "hlind man's movie", and an accordion and tap dance numher hy Audrey Remme and Billy Qlsen, and a skit with Hitler, Miissoliiii, and Emperor Hirohito, portrayed hy three talented hoys. "Begin the Beguinen and "Sil'oney" were played hy the allftalent orchestra, the personnel of which is pictured on this page. The ultrafmodern scenery and properties made this production the most popular and most professional feature of the year's fare of student entertainment. Une Frm zamiix it .5 . H X . Spring Hel n R d and Kathy Col- man in bock Dry attlre - Radio authors Leo Persselin, Bonnie Wylie, Harold Arnold, Bob Ahlers. State High School Contest at the University of North Dakota Entered were the winners in the declamation contest held at the high school. Or' atoryfe john Gillig, serious readingefEdith Gelder, poetry reading-Betty Brauer, and humorous reading-fBeverly Ruud. Mtlsical groups entered were the band, orchestra, boys' glee club, girls' glee club, a cappella choir, a mixed quartet of Donna jean Twing, Dorothy Trubey, Douglas Smith, and Tom Feeney, and a trio composed of Jeanne Vowles, Charlotte Wind, and Charlotte Heisler. Musical soloists entered were tenor jim Heisler, soprano Marjorie Black, contralto Dorothy Trubey, cornetist Don Ellerbusch, violinist Elizabeth Schonberg, sousaphonist Les Wagner, saxophonist Elburn Cooper, flutist Phil Brua, and clarinetist Dan Moe. Both the high school annual and newspaper were entered along with prcducts of the industrial arts department. May Festival at the North Dakota Agricultural College Entered were second place winners in declamation. Oratory-Paul Thonn, and serious readingAGloria johnson, Art entries were a bas relief by Audrey Wilman, an original poster by Harriet Schumann, chip carvings of wooden buttons by jean Gard' ner, and others. The four students pictured above wrote original tifteenfminute radio skits for the May Festival competition. "No More Corruption" by Harold Arnold and Bob Ahlers was selected and the cast picked included Harold Arnold, Bob Ahlers, Paul Robinson, Leo Persselin, and Pat McCz1rthy. The two high school publications were entered. A second radio skit by Leo Persselin entitled "Three Sons" was cast and rehearsed for a broadcast over WDAY along with the skit "No More Corruption". Persselirfs cast included Edith Gelder, Bonnie Wylie, Arnold Greenhouse, Clarence Nelson, and Pat O'Day. Events Another kind of tire and Lois Klakeg and Peggy Ackerman pf: X . ,r fi , W. ,, f ..-. 3 'gear ' il Q9 l l . '2 A 4 .. P -WY:-ls-:ai I Zz' V '.V' i B 4 fl .of-M -b-' +1 N 1 f fs f i lf.e""fK I ---4-s ,.,,f'5 lg Betsy and Spud Susan and johnny Mrs. and Mr. Clover Officer "Campy" Simmons Mr. Quinn fthe principall .ind Miss Vv'illard lthe teacherl Production staff: Baci: Row: Leila Southard. Marjorie Jenson. Wheeler. Rogers. Harrington. Brierley. Austin gather around Mary Burfening. Ivlarguerite Hegg. Katherine Householder. Miss Lucybelle Lee. Eileen Heinz. Brice Nesbitt. FRONT Row: Darlene jones, Elizabeth Haggart. Doreen Helsing. Abbie Letofsl-xy. Beverly Ruud. Judy Papermaster, Eunice Vlalster. Ever Since Eve Ever Since Eve is the mirthful story of Susan Blake, a "career girl", and the troubles which beset those two loyal musketeers, johnny Clover and Spud Erwin, editor and busi- ness inanager of the Preston High School Penguin, when Susan highfpressures herself into the position of assistant editor. Susan has almost bankrupted the Penguin, shaken the friendship of the musketeers, and given them the measles, when she innocently inf volves all three in an illegal pinball game, which almost lands them in jail. But Johnny's mother steps in and saves the day, not only for the young people, but also for the high school principal and the pretty journalism teacher. s Y - . fffs Mrs. Clover. . . johnny Clover. . Mr. Clover. . . Spud Erwin .... Susan Blake .... Betsy Erwin .... CAST . . . .Dorothy Nilles . , . .Tom Feeney . .Don Hoselton . . . . .Gordon Ristvedt . . ,Emily jane Stahlem Alartha Willard .....,..,.. Ojfzcer "Cappy' Henry Quinn. , Lucybelle Lee. . . Preston Hughes. Football players Q Simmons , . . .janet Miller . . .Betty Brauer ,. ..,BobNees . . .Harry Solberg Dan O'Day, Norm Wheeler, Wzryiae Harrington, Conway Austin. Coached by Herbert Earhart, Pat McCarthy . . .Bob Rogers Bryan Brierley, One hnn.lre,l 1 en s lv Q X- .ysf i , 5' llllliilll Z ,l l li 2 1 l . -fc, 3 Neges, S VXI, Q 1.1-4 : ' i A 4 Q 1 T f " l l s 35. - l-if avg! , shi- M X , i .f , -f Vx' l 1 - V" " ' H .. .fy 7 ,VMS s, - . , . ff. 5 .f QQ-v C: ' L xt Q . . ,zlbl X .V wg 1 1 I 1 . 4- 4 . . , 'ls - egg A E if, I ,gs . ' 352 .- xl" A e ,X yl 'V Mr. O'Flaherty Patsy and Tony "Trip" Busty Grace Ma and Pa Harrington Sadie The Patsy The annual senior class play was presented graduation week with great success. This play by Barry Conners concerns Patricia Harrington, a girl who "runs second" to her older sister, Grace. She is the 'ipatsyn who is blamed whenever anything goes wrong, and is forced to remain in the background in order that her sister may be presented to adf vantage. Her father, a traveling man, is on her side, and finally declares his independence by putting Ma in her proper place. This brings about Patsy's ultimate triumph, and, needless to say, affords her happiness as the bride of Tony, the man she loves. CAST Bill Harrington ..,..,., ,..., . . . Kenneth Landeck Mrs. William Harrington. . . . .Eunice Walster Grace Harrington .,..... . . ,Bernice Carlson Patricia Harrington. . . . . .Eileen Heinz Billy Caldwell ,,.., . . .blames South Tony Anderson. . . ...... Bob Owens Sadie Buchanan. . . i . . . .Marry Kay Enger Francis P. O'Flalierty . . . lvlarcus Kittelsrud "Trip" Busty. . ..... . . . . . . ..... . . .......... Harold Arnold Coached by Miss Constance West Om' lnm.lrr.l rn en: n is v T -Y x 1 -. E..gras,-fi " , . X ' -q-1:v:'.,--'-.- - J Row 2-f lerrx' Wcingirten. Charlev Pineknev, Keith Schollander. Ray Sebens, Bob Armstrong, Bud Moshier, Boh Ingersoll, john Quaat. Cnaeh George Kester. Coach Harry' Bridgcfnrd. Row ifjaek Askew. Bryan Brierley. Harrv Solherg. Bob Grecnhalgh, Horace Wright. Bill Suhr. Don Curtis, Dave Beaton. jerry Morrow. 1941 Track Season Track lettermen include jerry Morrow, Phil Swanson, Horace Wright, and jack Askew of the class of 1941, Atlee Oschwald Cdeceasedl, and Bob Greenhalgh, Bryan Brierly, and Harry Solberg of the class of IQ42. The Cynosure gives a brief summary of meets entered and results. Aberdeen Relays. .The medley team of Morrow, Swanson, Greenhalgh, and Wright won second place. Jerry Morrow placed second in the high hurdles, while Bob Green' halgh was second in the discus. Fergus Falls Meet. .Staples hrstg Detroit Lakes secondg Fargo third. Dragon Relay at Moorhead. .The mile relay team of Solberg, Brierley, Beaton, and Swanson won first place. Morrow and Greenhalgh placed in individual events. Bob Hook, Askew, and Norman Wheeler entered the meet. Triangular Meet at Fargo. .Fargo first with SS points, Valley City second, Wahpetf on third. Lake Region Meet at Fergus Falls. .Ray Sebens, Norm Wheeler, Don Curtis, George Sifritt, and Lonny Charlson took first place for Fargo with 29 points. Kiwanis Meet at Valley City. .Fargo won with a total of 34M points. District Meet at Fargo. .The following boys qualiiied for the state tournament Phil Swanson in the zzofyard dash and the 44ofyard run, Bob Greenhalgh and Bill Suhr in the high hurdles, Jack Askew in the low hurdles, Bryan Brierley and Harry Solberg in the 44ofyard run, and Keith Schollander and Atlee Oschwald in the javelin. State Tournament at Grand Forks. ,Phil Swanson placed third in the 440 and the zzofyard dash. Bob Greenhalgh took third in the discus and third in the high hurdles. One hundred thirty Paxul Thonn, Harold Arnold, Alvin Ackerman. Carl Ekern, Wally Hexum. 1941 TENNIS The Fargo Hlgh tcnms team was composed of B111 Houd md Hzrold Arnold Both were ellmlmted 1n the hrst round at the Kwvams meet 1n Valley Clty As 1 doubles te 1m ln the slme tourmment they lost to Blsmarck xn the fll"l1lS The D1str1Ct meet wxs held m Fargo wlth L1sl'on Wahpeton Smcred Heart Academy and Fargo pzrtlclp mtmg Llsbon Won the smgles wh1le Wwhpeton won the doubles event Hwrold Arnold vuon the Fargo Hlgh School tenms ch1mp1onsh1p 1941 GOLF The Fargo team of Wallv Hexum 1nd Carl Ekern had a good se xson Wlth their scores comblned 1n the Klwams meet they won second place m the doubles event At the Dlstrxct meet 1n Fargo they won Hrst place m the doubles wh1le Ekern placed first ln the smgles wlth Hexum second At the State meet 1n Grand Forks Ekern was medallsft wxth a score of 162 Hexum shot 170 Grand Forks won Hrst place vvlth Fargo as runner -03" 5' as . 3 . . I I 1 1 . 1 . 1. Z 1 1 , . 2 . 2 ' 1 , L , 1 ' , 1 ,4 2 . , c . l v S n 1 . Q r I sv t 1 L . , . U I 9 3 ' 1 . 4 K l T Up. ,fs ' . One hundred thxvrvfone fi ," , 1 ,' J , y ' f 5 ' I 'f ' Q f , vw, ' " J ev' , . ' Y ,fn f'- .4 , ' f J' f", ii'3f'j15,!"f-y . T7 - I-.J LL'g.1,f2f2 I G .-. ,4- J 'ls x Cyclists Gladys Peterson and Mildred Quam. Mermaids Lois Nelson and Phyllis Houska, "THE CAGEY CATS" Bfxcx Row: Phyllis Housku, Charlotte Heisler, Irene Cunvaldsen, Audreynnn Schnellc. FRONT Row: Lorna Longwell, Helen Fowler lC4Lpt.l, Eunice W4al:'ter, Put McCarthy. 'ATHE SHARKSP BACK Row: Charlotte Wind. Marvelyn Hexum, Betty Norman, Jeanne Rudd. FRONT Row: Arleen Hanson, Jeanne Vowles lCapt.l, Abbie Lou Letofsky. Spring lntramural Sports Other th in hiking ind cycling for intrunuril points little woes done eXCept tor the hnile of the girls bisketh 111 tournament The gym exhibition took the eirly p irt of the spring while the usuil spring distinctions took cire of the rest of the seison One note worthy eX ent took plice in the swimming pool Two girls who ire pictured on the oppos ite pige were co ixed out ofthe pool ifter swimming enough lips to totil one ind one h ill miles e ich The instructor Miss Pederson, got them to return to l ind before hns sprouted 'lghey might possibly perform some other mquitic feits if competition dexelops to spur t ein on Vir :mi Ioistid of the C reen Spiders keeps her term in the runnin Girls lntramural Basketball After hfteell te rms hid n irrowed down to thirteen the te ims ind ctpt uns were is follows Helen Fowler s Cigey Cuts Dorothy Petersons Green Spiders emlie Vowles Sh irks Adeline Clsons Blickbills G1 idy Peterson s Yellow Tigers Lucille Courtemwnche s Dishers oyce Colemins Purple Parrots Dolores Siue s Silver Streiks Beverly Ruuds -litters oyce Gunvtldscns Bombers Mtrgie Hollir s Red Rockets Lois Nelson s Blit ers and Slra Siumweher s Mirtins As the tourney drew to in end three te uns were tied with but one loss eich The Ctgey Cats Sh irks rind the Blitzers h1d to fight it out for the penn int The Blitzers counted Lois Nelson Ccapt J Glorii Peterson Elaine Mulholl ind M mon Shiek Donna Cttes Mirilyn Hilmo ind Helen Ulx in imong their number :hurl :ith 3 f - I 4 - - 4 4 ' A s x 5 1 w 4 4 4 4 , 4 - . 4 . . , , s .. . , , , . , , , , . . s 4 4 4 4 . 4 4 s 4 . 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