Fargo Central High School - Cynosure Yearbook (Fargo, ND)
- Class of 1954
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"The way in which education starts a man will determine his future life."
Education has been offered to us on a golden platter. Some have partaken liberally,
others bitten and rejected. That is our choice and right.
We have studied the classics, marveling at the ingenuity of past civilizations. Science,
possessing and pursuing knowledge, has captured us. Iviathematics demands our conf
centration and logical reasoning. All this and more, education offers us. lt is through
the pursuance of knowledge that youth is able to meet the complexities of adult life.
Therefore, we dedicate this yearbook to Education. Many its torch burn brightly.
Forfw om' M- xxx, :A
As September rolls into May,
students engage in many activif
ties. This year the annual stall
has divided the yearbook into
six different phases which, we
believe, constitute our school life.
First comes WE LEARN, the
section which includes classroom
pictures, teachers, and administraf
tors. Next WE ORGANIZE into
honor organizations and clubs,
WE HARMONIZE in the varif
ous music groups, WE DRAMA'
TIZE plays and the operettag
WE PLAY at basketball, foot'
ball, bowling, and the other
numerous sports which attract us.
Last WE BELONG to our school ,W
class and to Fargo High.
In Apprecia tion
Many of us students do not realize the services
which Mr. Kirk has rendered us. We are familiar
with the work of our classroom teachers and school
officials because we come in contact with them daily,
hut Mr. Kirk works behind the scene. Few of us
knew who the man entering our gradefschool classroom
every so often wus. With his supervision we have
received the benefits of education under a well'
For your years of devoted service, Mr. Kirk, we'd
like to thank you and wish you success and happiness
in the future.
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. aboiit the complexities of physical
forms or energy.
. . . to make tools and machines work
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Secretary to Principal
Principal, Central High School
lviuch of what we learn we owe to those who guide us during our school years.
Mr. Kirk, superintendent of schools, has been a familiar figure to us since our gradefschool
days. Mr. Evenson, our principal, not only handles the administrative duties ofthe school,
hut also is a good friend and adviser to every student.
All of us become well acquainted with Miss Rainstad, Mr. Evenson's right hand.
She patiently gives information and help to all the students.
H. H. KIRK
Superintendent of Schools
Secretary to Supermte11du1it
im... wi i as
Dean of Girls H
Gi.,-xnvs C. CZARNEY, HS., M.A.
We might call the Deans "the sophomores' best friends". Mr. Bricker and Miss
Carney are the Hrst persons with whom the new students become acquainted. As the years
go hy, we find ourselves turning to them for advice on everything from schedules to
personality traits. They also teach courses in social education for sophomore boys and
girls and for senior girls.
jfxmss H. Biucxtx. BS.
Dean of Boys
Board of Educa tion
Ruw 1 Vs'arm'r Lslrcn. hirs, J. P. Simpson. Mrs, R. O. Frvcman. Edward R. Stern. H. H. Kirk.
Row 1 O. S, Amlvrsun, Glfnn Hill. Grvx Jun Uwcns. lwhll-in A,I1uvsack. Phillip Voucl. H U Anderson. if B, NVmglu,
This group of civicfmindcd citizens, the School Board, secs that We are sheltered, fed, and taught hy
cnmpctcnt mcn and women. This organization is indispensable to the Fargo puhlic schools.
To inform the Barents ahout what thc schools arc doin is the maior Hur Hose of the P.T.A. This
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orvanization mccts oncc cvcr month, The vroframs consist of a "BackftofSchool" ni ht, a Christmas
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program, and in thc spring, an exhibit of what their children have hccn doing. The group also fostcrs a
hcttcr rclationshi 1 hctwccn arents and teachers.
. T. Af. Officers
lair ru rumen Mr Arthur Nclsun. rrcasurur: M's Glcnn Smith. sccrctarvg lvlrs. Phillip Vout". nrcsitlcnrz hlrs. T P. CH-lwli, minmil i.'plvsviir.iiix'.-
Mr. Charles Metzroth. B.S..
Mr. C. A. Olson, B.S., M.A.
Mr. Arthur Dronen, B.A.
Mr. Arthur V. Olson. B.S.. M.E
Mr. Richard Voth, B.E.
Mr. Otto Bernhoft, B.A., M.S.
Seated Metzroth. Standing C. Olson. Dronen. A. Olson. Voth, Bernhoft.
We are guided into a knowledge of living things, the elements, and physical forces
by the Science Department. Mr. C. A. Olson, Mr. Voth, and Mr. Dronen teach biology.
Mr. Metzroth and Mr. Bernhoft explore the wonders of chemistryg Mr. A. V. Olson
directs the physics course. The big project of this department is the Science Fair, in which
demonstrations from all the classes are incorporated. These teachers are very active in
extrafcurricular work. Mr. C. A. Olson, known to us as "Acey", coaches the football
and basketball squads. Mr. Dronen is the coach ofthe track team and is the assistant footf
ball coach. Mr. Bernhoft advises the Sportsmanship Club. Mr. Metzroth, Mr. Bernhoft,
Mr. Voth, and Mr. A. V. Olson advise the various sections of Science Club.
Our mathematical geniuses solve the problems of plane geometry, advanced algebra.
solid geometry, and trigonometry under two capable wielders of the slide rule, compass,
and equations, Mr. Bridgeford and Mr. Bredell. These men leave their classrooms to
advise National Athletic Society and coach football and hockey, respectively.
Seated Bredell. Standing Bridgeford.
Mez th Department
Mr. Donald Bredell, B.S., Chairman
Mr. Harry Bridgeford, B.S.
Mr. john Howard, B.S., M.A.,
Mr. Gabriel Kuhn, B.A.
Miss Marvyl Wheeler, B.S.
Mrs. Mae Page, B.A.
Miss Dena Eikenes, B.A.
Miss jean Witmcr, B.A.
Mrs. Mildred Seydel, B.S.
Miss Margaret Uthus, B.A.
Miss Nancy Stewart, B.S., Litt. D.
Seated'-Howard. Standing-Kuhn, Wheeler, Page, Eikencs, Witmer, Scydel, Uthus St wart
Under the guidance of the English Department, the students are able to further
their knowledge of English grammar, literature, speech, and journalism. These teachers
are not content with merely developing our academic nature, many of them engage in
guiding our extrafcurricular activities. Journalism is Mr. Howard's specialty, and he
advises the Cynosure BifWeekly literary staff. Miss Wheeler pilots the Student Council,
Miss Uthus directs our dramatic efforts, Mrs. Seydel advises Harlequin Club, and Miss
Eikenes is adviser of the National Honor Society.
Mr. Earhart, as head librarian, sees that our library has the newest and best books
available. He is assisted by Miss Witmer, who also teaches sophomores.
Miss Jean Witmer, B.A.
Mr. Herbert Earhart, B.S M A
Miss Alice Wright. B.A,
F OFKZLQIZ Language
Mr. Theodore Vavrina, B.S., M.A
Mr. Gabriel Kuhn, B.A.
Miss Marlyjlowatzki, B.A.
Seated Vavrina. Standing' Stewart, Kuhn, Nowatzki.
F. H. S. students get a taste of the foreign element in the French, Spanish, German,
and Latin classes. "Parlez vous franciasw comes from Mr. Vavrina's classroom. Miss
Stewart's Spanish students lift their voices in "La Cucarachan. "Sprechen Sie Deutsch?"
query Miss Nowatzkfs German students, the pupils of Mr. Kuhrfs Latin classes are
content merely to read "Caesar" Other activities of these teachers are Tripolitan Club,
advised by Mr. Vavrinag Red Cross, directed by Miss Nowatzkig and the Cynosure Bi-
Weekly business staff, supervised by Mr. Kuhn.
The beautiful Christmas decorations at Fargo High proved the existence of a very
active art department under the able leadership of Miss Wright, who also advises the
Palette Club. Students can take a course in water color, oils, designing, architecture, or
Miss Nancy Stewart, B.S., Litt. D.
Mr. Glenn Horlocker, B.A.,
Mr. joe Teie, B.A.
Mr. Philip Rognlie, B.A., M.S.
Mr. Bernard Legrid, B.A., M.A.
Miss Mary Fowler, B.A., M.A.
Miss Mary Nowatzki, B.A.
Mr. John Benson, B.A., M.A.
Seated-Horlocker. Standing--Teie, Rognlie, Legrid, Fowler, Now itzki B n on
Keeping us informed on world events, both past and present, is the work of the Social
Science Department. World history is taught by Miss Nowatzki and Mr. Benson, who is
also assistant debate coach. Teaching American history, a required subject for juniors, are
Miss Fowler, Mr. Horlocker, Mr. Teie, and Mr. Rognlie, debate coach. A required
subject for seniors is American government, which is taught by Mr. Legrid and Mr.
Music, a study that enhances all curricula, is offered either vocally or instrumentally
at Fargo High. Mr. Berquist, superintendent of music in the public schools, directs our
orchestra. Mr. Morrau has charge of the marching band, concert band, and special wind
groups. The vocal department flourishes under the guidance of Mr. Gidmark. These
groups give musical programs for P. T. A., play at athletic events, and combine to put
on the operetta.
Seated- Berquist. Standing' Gidmark,Morrau.
H Mr. Howard Berquist B E M M
Mr. Lawrence Gidmirlt B E B M
Mr. Ray Morrau, B A M A
Plzysieal Edztea tion
Mrs. Bernice Ihlenfeld, B.A.,
Mr. Joe Teie, B.A.
Mrs. Verna Blood, B.S.
Mr. Glenn Melvey, B.S., M.A.
Seated-Ihlenfeld. Standing-Teie, Blood, Melvey.
Miss Katherine Rowlands, B.S.,
Miss Mary Pfeffer, B.S.
We heartily agree with the Greeks, who wanted "a sound mind in a sound body".
Sound bodies are built under the wellfdeveloped athletic program. Various activities,
such as swimming, basketball, volleyball, soccer, golf, tennis, dancing, and a wellfrounded
intramural program, are offered to the students. Teaching the girls are Mrs. Ihlenfeld,
who also advises G. A. C., and Mrs. Blood, Pep Club adviser. Mr. Melvey, swimming
team coach, and Mr. Teie, B squad basketball coach, direct the boys in their athletics.
"The way to a man's heart is through his stomach", and many girls are learning to
End that way in the cooking and sewing classes taught by Miss Rowlands and Miss Pfeffer.
Miss Rowlands has the job of seeing that the cafeteria turns out a good meal every day,
and Miss Pfeffer keeps very busy with the active F. H. A. Club.
Mr. Earl Nygaard, B.A., Chairman
Mr. Arthur Nelson, B.A., M.A.
Mr. Raymond Krueger, B.A.
Mr. Francis Galvin, B.S.
Mrs. Lillian Anderson, B.S.
Seated- Nygaard. Standing -Nelson. Krueger, Galvin. Anderson
Training our future businessmen and women is the job of the Commercial Departf
ment. Business arithmetic is handled by Mr. Galvin and Mr. Nygaard. Mr. Nelson and
Mrs. Anderson instruct the future typists and stenographers. Mr. Krueger informs us
of the legal aspects and problems which one may encounter in the business world. The
Cooperative Education division is under the guidance of Mr. Krueger. The able adviser
of the Cynosure Annual is Mr. Nelson.
The art of working with one's hands is taught by the Industrial Arts Department.
Mr. Skonnord teaches the boys how to make useful things from wood. Mr. Rice is in
charge of the metal shop. Printing, a valuable trade, is taught by Mr. Meliiie. Iviechanical
Drawing is handled by Mr. Skonnord and Mr. Rice. Advising the business end of the
Cynosure Annual is Mr. Skonnord. Mr. Meliiie helps with the printing of the Cynosure
Seated Skoniiord. Standing IVIel1ne.Rice,
Mr, Theodore Skonnord, B.S.,
Mr. Bud Meliiie, B.S.
Mr. Henry Rice, B.S.
lIl'I rw kiiaui Mrs. Mae Collins. Mfs, Sophia Seversnn, ldiss Gena llraateil, Mrs. Emma Nurhy. Miss Katlierine llnxx'l.1mls,
cliairlnau, Twins, Rvgln.i XX'rli,ige, lvlis. llniline NYcliag.'.
l.li I' IU kluur Cflinliin Dowling, Tullell Tlunsgai'il, Eelnlie Mntson.
I.i11' rn uusiir jnlin Bulger. Clement Brunette, Alfreil Holm,
We try to
the ones who
keep our school
Many thanks to
these fine men
for keeping our
school heated and
ventilated at all
W e Organize . . .
Row i -julie Person-Vice-President, Kay MyhrafSccvctary, Sharon Elliot.
Row 1ffMiss Wheeler -Adviser, Sue Urevig, Beverly Cummings, jean Monson.
Row 3fBernard Altcnhurg. Wesley Brown-fPvcsiiicuz. Marvin Miller,
Row 4fRoy Smlllie, Tom Engh. James Norris.
. . . into Student Council, which is made up of twelve students who are selected by the
votes of their fellow classmen. In our organizations many and varying interests are met.
Palette Club, which has for its members people interested in furthering their art knowledge,
is one. The dramatic clubs, Thespian and Harlequin, help students get interested in the
production and dramatization of school showsg Science Club offers to its members the choice
of being in one of five sections: radio, photography, chemistry, nature, or astronomy,
Chess Club proves that the game is interesting and can be learned easily. Because Tri'
politan's adviser has just returned from a stay in Europe, he provides the club with inf
formation about the customs and peoples of England, France, Spain, and Germany, Debate
acquaints its members with constructive thinking which they put to good use at debate
meets, Pep Club is composed of girls who serve as a cheering nucleus at sporting events.
We also organize into clubs that have nationwide membership. Two of these are F. H. A.,
which shows ways to help girls to become better homemakersg and Red Cross, which
spreads good will and friendliness around our school. Girls' Athletic Club promotes
girls' intramural sports.
Julie Person, Anna Mririe Paulson, JoAnn Vklootls, Kathleen Farney. lvlarlys Wentz, Harriet Rertlword, Sonya Tallakson.
Linda Foster, Marilyn Siegel, Peggy Brooks, Jane Tomlinson. Susan Frathne.
fMeredrrh Moordale, Gail Drew, Deanna Carter, Shirley Weisz, Sylvia Sarher, Janet Magnuson, Jean Hcisler, Mary Beth
Jackson. Barhara Johnson. Rita Stillman. Nancy Frederick. Mane Johnson, Kathleen Vannatren. Donna Reynolds.
f -Joanne Osal. Jean Monson, Janice Sprattler, Veta Robbins, Audrey Ferguson, Laverne Dahl, Donna Johnson. Carol Cress,
Karol King, Joan Jensen, Jan llurdrck, Frances Oxton, Brenna Persellrn, Karen Cornell-Secretary, Carol Forslverg, Joan
Brunsvold. Sonia Leyerson.
Lois lyers, Jean Tvlacliregor, Beverly Neilson. Carolyn Peterson. Diane Snyder, Carol Thorpe, Joanne Mrcliels, Beverly
Scluclwold, Carol Vraa, Faith Smith. Ivlargaret Anderson. Linda Nelson, Sharon Elliot, Janet Anderson, Crystal Cofell,
Caroline Virnig. lvlarlys Lahren. Peg Baldwin, Marilyn Mcidell. Donna Sealvurg, Karen Dahlen, Paula SnaPP- hilary Heglie.
llernadine Scott. Sylvia LeMar, Jean Skaarer. Carol Vennersrrom, Annelrne Lynch, Janyce Roel, Valoyce Nelson.
Marcia Judd, Mahel Nather, Marcia Delger, Kathryn Loklten. Alice Engen, Janice Krahhenhoft, Barhara Kranch. Jean
Sanhorn. Beverly Johnson.
lean Scott, Mrsl V. J. Blood, Ruth Monk, Pat Larson, Mary Ann Hess, Marilyn Gronland, Ann Vklhitrng. Carol Haugen,
llrrlene Reich, Carolyn Fast. Lorraine Rezac.
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Dorothy Elolson, Lavon Hanson, Darlene Anderson, Sharon Lelloy, Diane Snull, Shirley Lmke, Joyce Brownlee, Sharon
Broekwav. Nlarlene Thinigan. Kathryn lvlcCullough, Karen Eddinger, Kathy Studer, Sharon Laylne, Sheila Wlalker, Joan
Sally Schroeder- -P1'esi.lev1t, lvlary Ann Peterson. Bonnie Adams, Marx' Ferris, Sharon Vvhlliams, Betsy Hawn, Carol Rell,
Nancy Branrcli, Shirley Rugroden, Pat Vogel. Sherry Byorklantl, Rosalie Vogel, Josie Vasquez. Ruth Heltlman.
Lavonne Otrerson. Ivlarcia Foss, Trcya Gust. Barbara Mzirtrri. Eleanor Burke, lvlarlene Ellingson, Janice Swenson, JoAnn
Nelson, Layonne Gerrells --VicefPresident, Ivliriam Johnson, Anita Nellermoe, Ivlargaret Ranger, Sandra Jones, Colleen
Krlloyl. Elizalweth Green.
'-Geraldine Boyer. Noamr Devolcl, Helen Haugrutl. Judy Lathrop, Gail Miller, Fretltlra Burr, Patty Mellirire, Vel Rae Neeli,
Fern Johnson, lviargaret Buckner. Karen Rondestyedt. Karen Vannatten. Marlys Moum.
Doris Sorenson. Jutlv Clausen, Joinne Lewis, Gayle Joos, Soma Scott, Anna Jane Camp, Lois Graham, Janice Olson, M.irf
garet Platt, Jackie Osal4Tn:asurer. Kay lvfyhra, Sharon Zuehlke, Carolyn Hanson, Priscilla Thompson.
- -Barbara Manncs. Lois Williams, Mary Lusk, Ilene Gronnaas, Nancy Thompson, Carol Ivloore, Ann Threltall. Kathy Rhiem,
Beverly Cummings, Mary Ann Olson. Corrine Goodman, Anna Marie Paulson, Anita Eveleth.
Jornn Johnson. Astrita Gergsns. Darlene Moll, Susan Eggman, Nancy Braniek, Carol Frank. Sue Ureyig. Fearn Anderson.
Charlotte Aamodt, Kay Ale.-,ander, Ethel XValvatne, Ivlarilyn Strahl, Sonya Tallakson, Meredith Holm, Ivlarilyn Burr,
Pep Club helps pro
mote good .Sportsman
ship in our school and
To further tm interest in learning and playing
chess is the purpose of Chess Club.
llmv n lillzlelwxh His.-11, lilnuulrc Xklvlwu-r. Marv Ann Olson
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Palette Club is devoted to art and
befmtifying our school.
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F. H. Afs motto, "Toward New Horizons", helps to
make its members better homemalqers and citizens.
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school play is the goal of every
Harlequin and Thespian mem'
joannc Lcwls. Katlxlccn Farnvy. vlanycc Rrwl, ,lanifc Sprattlcr, Francrs Snggi, Susan Fralllnc, ,luely Slxalfcr. lan: Turnlrnsnzx.
Puggy Brooks, Gall Drew. Karen Curnull, Gloria Lrkncss.
Marilyn Mmlfll, Linda Nclsrn. Mxry Ann Pctcrsnx. S:u:11aS:o1L VrcefPrr:srJenz, Paula Snrpp, Wanycc lung, Soma Lrvcr-
sun. M IYQLAYCE Rrngcr, Karen Vannatrcn. Mxrglrct Anllsrsun, Mlrv Hulclnk.
Miss Utlxus, Anna Ncllcrmnc. Shirley Wcrsz. ,luAnn Paterson. Mrrrlyn Rrngwald, Karen Romlcstvmlt, Kay McCarthy,
Tcrrv Bnml. Sm' Torgcsun, Josie Vasaurz, Ilo Rnlwlvins. Brcnna Pcrscllm. Slnmn Ellmr, Juan Osal.
Sharon W'rlllamS, l.1la B:lkcr, -loan Brunsvold. Priscilla Tlmmpsun. Ann Vkllnllng. ,luycc Mlllxrullrxn, Brenton Sarllcn, Mlkc
Kay Wlqclwrr, Donna jolmnsrwn, Carol lvcrson. Marrlvn Alalnrv. .lurlxtlx Lathrop, Maru' -Iolmson, Barlwrra Kraus,
Cunnrc Hrunvll, Gayle Inns, Barlwara Martin, Aluan jfnsun. lvlxrilyn Wlagncr, Hnwars.l Erickson. Clurlcs Amundson, Bula
,lanrcc Mrllcr. Ruta Sullman, Eleanor Burkc, Nancy llranirk Trmmrrr. Mrrrlvn Burr, Bula Hcgrcnvs, Brll Mover. Ronald
Nvlsun, ,lun Law, Clxarlrs Bolmcr Prevxrlc-nr, Tum Rlwl, Tr-rry Mcllmwll. IJav1d Drwn. Flfwll XVrcsz.
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ll-'tsy Hawn, Ilrvslal Cutcll, Elcannr Hcrzrug Secretary. Dean lhkrr Pvesnrlewnr. Marcia Fuss 'Vncefl"rumlr'r1l. Darlrnr
Tvlarlvs Vvlcntz. Tvlarrlvn Slcgrl. Durotlxy Elnllsrun. Hclcn Haugrurl, .lrwcu Brownlcc, ,loan Tcrgvn, Carol Klllwrnls, Marlvs
Russ, Karr-n Erlrngvr. Mcrcrlrrlx Mrxvrll.xlr. Sharon Lavinc.
Mrs. Scyrlcl Arlrxser,Slxc1la Vafalkcr. .lean Hclslcr. Nancy Frrxlsrlrk, Ivlarrlvn Mrllcr, Vrl Ras Ncrlw, ,lean Sanlwrn. Darlcnc
Rvlclx. Marilyn Brunsvolll, Nauml Dcvulrl, Gcralrllnv Bwycr.
Maury' Bctlm Kllnc, Soma Clxrrstransnn. Marv Bcrlx xlafksnrr, Carnl Furslasrg. .lancr Mxgnusrm, LursGral1am, janet Arulcrsun.
Phylls llnrrlrrunl, Bulwrlc Amlcrsrm, Marla Lcalw, Ethel XValvarnc, Rolucrta Low. lvlarlcnc Tlmngan, Sharma Brrsclzway,
Sharon Zucllxk-3. Hazel Vance.
Frvllllra Burr, Dall' Buwr, Slurlcy' Wr'1sz, Lrus XV1ll1ams. Bcvrrly Alulxnsun, Trsva Cust, Mlr1lx'r1 XV1llums, lvlnry Hrgllr,
Rosalie Vugvl. Fanh Smith. Parrlcra Larson, lvlarlcnc Harrulrlsun, Slnrlcy Links, Vera Rnlwlnns.
Sam Papur, llarlrm- Anderson, Carol Olsrm,Ga1l Hwxulr, .lanicc Paulson. Beverly Sclxiclmlrl. ,luannc Mrslxals. Anita Evr-lvrlr,
Margarct Nr-lsun, -ldllillil' McCullough.
l.ilV'lI1lW HQIHSUII. M-lfll5'l1 Grrxnl.1ml. Carol Haugen. Gall Mrllcr, Shsrry Bjurlclaml. Marcia vlurlrl, Annu ,lam Cxmp. Marv
Ann Hess, Karul King,
Rnlvcrr llolllns. Darlvm' Ilrnscn, Srmlra ,lrwlmsurn Barlura Blltifdul. N1 lrgarct Briclvmvr. Lavmnns Orr-'r'sun. juann lrvlmsuu,
Dranna Carter. lvlaruvrrc Culwls, Lrns lvcrs, ,lcrrv Mammrl, XVaync Braarcn, Terry lvlqliuwull, Marvrn Slcgcl, Paul Surlxm,
The work of Science
Club is to let their
members learn more
G. A. C. gets girls interested
in intramural sports.
Carnl Thorp. Kathleen Farnev. jrranne Lewis. M,rrlx's XVenr:. Lwunne Orterson. Bsv jnhnson, jnvce Brownlee, Harrier
Reulurrd. Beverlx' Seluelwlel. Kathleen Vannarten lvlarrlyn XX'rlhams. Donna Reynnlels. Bernaeline Senrr, janet Anderson.
Duane Snveler. Frances Suggs. Eleanor Burke. Gaul lvlrller, janet lvfagnusun. Nanex' Freelrleks, jean Hersler, Sherry Bjnrklunel,
.lrranne Mlelxels. Kathryn MeCullnugh.
joyee Tucker, Svlx'1aSarher. Fern johnson. Phyhs Bnreleruel. Kay Myhra, janet Freeman. Mane jnhnsnn, FYJIICIS Oxtnn,
Sue Urevlg, Vel Rae Neelw, Susan Eggman. Vlrglnla Anelersrrn. Carol Vennerstrnrn.
lvllrram jnhnsnn. lwlarlys lviuum. Anna jane Camp. Carul lvinnre. llene Grunaas, Marry' Ann Hess, Kay Alemuuler, Bea lhlenf
Ii.-anna C'arter. Currrne Ufuulm.u1. juhe Person, Ann XVlut1ng, Tvlarxlvn Flem, lvlrs. lhlenllelrl,
G. Al. C.
lluw I Durwur llhregel, Roy Snullle, liernarllne Senrr.jnanMelr1ng:.Annehne Lvneh. Lavlrnne Uerrells. Kaihleeu Vanuarlen, Kathryn
Txleifullnugh. Harriet Keith:-rel, Mvrna Durus, Tvlarrlyn S1egel, Anna Nellermrg, Anna lviarne l'.u1ls-rn, Karen Dahl.-rr'
james Brever. lhll Thnrsun.
Rim- 1 lvllke NleCl.un. D.rvul Turlgelsun. Srllv Schrneeler. Drrnna Revnulels. Nlzreeluh Hrrlm. Beverly' Cumnungs. Laverne Dahl.
janet Freeman, Iviarlys Mmrunr, Eleanrrre XVehsler. Nlrrxlyn Srrahl. jean Anelersnn. Sac Urevlg -SeCremry.j1un Sells, jnhn
Huntlev. jerry Dusrrud. Unrllun Kepner.
Row 3 john Sehnuelr, Clary Berhn. Duane Nelson. Darlene Mrrll, Beverly Nlelsrrn, lvlary Meeksrrulh. Phvlis Burrleruel. jean Mrrprsrrn,
Mxmrn jnhnsnn, jamee Krahhenhnlr. juhe Person.
Row 4 lviax jensrrn, lllehard Rxeharelsnn, Donald Krngh, Pluhp Smlrh. Phil Running. james Herlanel.Sr.u1ley Franek. Canal Ivlnzrre.
Ethel Lu Vfalvatne, Vel Rae Neeh. Fern jnhnsun, Rxeharel Teichmann. Herman Wleylaml Presnlent. Bea Ihlenllelel, jernme
Shaw. Vvhxyne Kerr. NYally Casler. Richard Hicks. jay Bereuusr. hlerrxll Lewis.
Row sr Eelehe Pnwers. Dun Persons. Rrrllie lvlartin. Charles Ewan. Huh Pratt. jerry Vklalrers. Kenneth Krrskela, jaek Kuppxeh, Genrge
Saxulersnn, Bill jenkmsun- Tom Seahnlel. jay julwsky. Frernarel Alrenhurg, Davul Vxlayne Anelersmrn. Blll Cone, jlm Ulsrrn.
Rl-nahl Solberg, james Nurrrs. Mr. Vrrrlxf-Arlmser.
llmx' fx -Mr. Sknruurrd -Arlrxser. Larry Nhrhraaren, George Hugen. Allen Herulersuri Treaxurer, Gale Taverna, Slanlev Shrueeler,
Bruce XVeher. Bruce Kassnn. Dlek Vvalsnn Vxce-Pr'en.leiu. Hxrulel Hllwrrsnrw. jun Dxllarel. Eugen: Revell, Bryan N,-lsn-1.
Turn H1xrl4,DavulAmeS, Wnurer Bnseh. George Wrav, PaulBranv1k.jaekG1llv:rr.KenlevBurkhart.lv1r.l3:rnhrrl't Arlvmfr,
Mr. lvlet:rurhffA.lr'1ser, Kenneth Srune. Mr. A, V. Olson--Arl1'1ver.
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Row 1 Estelle Voelker. Luis Ivers, lvhrilvn Srmhl, M,irlx's Iwlrvum, TvlurilynS1.'e:l.,lx1l1e l'rls+v:1.S.v:1v,i T.xll.lksun. K.u'en XV:
Foster. Sully Sshruetler. Veta Robbiiis,
Row 1 Kaye l.ehmlchL1l. Lois Bursrick, Leah Lurler, KJV Aleruxntler, Bsverlx' ff11'u'uxngi. lfnrwl Hnugsu. -lem M msnu. knllnxu
Lokken. ,laclcle Os.il, Ann XVlniing. Susiin Eg.igrn.mn,
Row 3 Bernice lhlenteld. Cxrul Thorpe. Lynn Oliver. D.ulen: Dnheriv, Ivluinzie Cwhb. Shirrv llioiklmrl, Amlwx' li x us n
Cirol Vennersirum. Anna Ivhri: Puulson. Sue Urevig. Puirieil Vogel.
' .4 Bernard Altenlwurq. Bruce Kasson. pluck Her:ng. jerry NV.ilr:i', l7.ivi,l IDI-mn, Rzclixrtl Ti-it-Im
' s - I.enn.rrd Vnelker. P.iul Br.1ntlvig. XVeslex' Brown. Bob Pmtr, Arr lluelimxn. limes l'oumi
luntl, Edwin Forsyth. john Huntley. Miss Eikness uilvisel, D,u'x'll lluril.
rational H ofzor Society
Members ure selected by the iiculty on the bxsis of leadership, scholarship, service, and
The club is composed of five per cent ofthe junior class und hftezn per c:nt of the senior class.
Sp orfymazzflz if
The purpose of Sportsmanship Club is to promote good sportsmanship in school :ind in school events.
It is made up of five per cent of the junior und senior classes who are elected by populzu' vote und the
approval of the faculty.
.nren XVxlk. Suv Lhexig, Auiliex' l'n1eliei'1ng. klrvmll Nelswi. .luhr Person. ,lain Munson.
. A1111 Xvlillllill SLTICT-lIY. Lois XX'xlliuns. hlirilvn Ahh.-v, B:x'ei'ly Cummings. Cuol 'I'lwipe.
S--ni.: Smit president. K
Lois Gr.ilx.xm. Kay Mi-lim
Iviurvin Miller. Rieh,u'd Teieluxunn, Divirl Ames, liek Herzog. lhry Tlrmissow, XV.u'ren ll,1ll1ek-mn. Bali Brown in-.lsr
urer. Ivir. Beriilxnti .ulx'iser.
Bernard Alrenb:rg. ,lvrrv XX
lhrvll lined. Fred Stover
Tum Engh. Bob Eggan. ,Lu
'.mlrer. XX'eslex Brown. Herman XYevl.intl. Arr lluehinin. llzxlv Pmtr. Dick Egein.
Ce president. Bob Hegrenes, Edwin Fursvth. lhll Miwer. Chirles lliwliner. W.u'tl lluulurlx.
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"Wlwistle while you work" could
well he the theme for this year's
Annual staff. Room 3 literally hums
with activity from Septemher to
Mgiy. At the first ofthe year, the
staffers turned their talents to enter'
taining the student hody with the
skit which hegan the drive for suhf
scriptions. Some canfcanned in
candyfstriped costumes, some toastf
ed "Dirty Harrys' milk, while
others acted out the tragic story of
Maine, the chorus girlg Slippery
Stan the Exfcon Nlan, the villaing
and Ivfurgantroyd, the redfhlooded
Karen Wilk, EdlfOY'fTI'fTl'llE.f.
As school events hegan to happen,
the editors made a faithful record of
them in pictures and copy. Starting
slowly hut gaining momentum with
time, the makeup of the pages was
completedg the pictures were sent
to the engraver, the final page,comf
plete with pictures and copy, was
delivered to the printer.
Patricia Vogel, jackie Osal. ffm-Axsorxtitc Editors. Patricia Larson, Beverly Cuminings, ,Iinimr Editors,
Corrine Goodman. Club Editor.
Anita Nellermoe, Miixir Editor Anneline Lynch. Girls' Spnrtx Editor.
iry Ann Olson, Kay Colwell, Art Etlitnrs, Carol Haugen, Drinmitics Edxwr Roh Hegrenes, Boys' Sports Editor.
One of the unique features of
Room 3 is the nle box. If any alien
spy were to enter to search the files,
he would be quite unsuccessful. The
staff has Worked out its own Hling
system with the seniors filed under
"U" for us, the music pages under
"H" for harmony, the reports under
"P" for progress, and girls' sports
under "A" for Anneline.
. . . Info Pub!z'ecz!z'0n.v
Audrey Ferguson, Business Manager.
The business staff has been kept
busy all year keeping records, getting
advertising, and collecting money.
They, too, have their trials and
tribulations. Once a Hrm that had
already contributed was rebilled.
We Annual staffers sincerely hope
that you will enjoy reading the year'
book as much as we have enjoyed
jo Ann Nelson. Assistant Advertising Manager.
Mr. Nelson, Miss Eikenes, Mr. Skonnord, Advisers. Margaret Platt, Advertising Manager.
David Dixon, Faculty Editor.
Kay Alexander, Gail Miller, Senior Editors. jan Burdick, Mitzi Ivfallarian, Sophomore Editors. George Hagen, Photographer.
Top to Bottom
Gayle Joos, Assistant Advertising Manager
Carol Thorpe. Advertising Manager.
Ann Whitiiig, Maxrlys Ivioum, Linda Foster
Mairjorie Cobb, Feature Editor.
Kay Lehmkuhl, Associate Editor.
joan Meltiiig, Librarian.
Carol Moore, Exchange Editor.
Laverne Dahl, Kay Myhra, Sherry Bjorkland,
Marciai Foss, Susan Eggman, David Schickele
Every other Thursday room 18 is busy with
activity as the circulation staff of the Cynosure
BifWeekly gets together to distribute the papers.
The BifWeekly publishes school news which is
of interest to the students. This includes writefups
on sports, interviews of Personality Parade Seniors,
reviews of school plays and the operetta. plus
winning essays and speeches.
The business staff is made up of circulation,
financial, and advertising departments. The cir-
culation staff takes care of distribution to the
students. The job of the financial staff is to pay
the necessary money needed to put out the paper.
Collecting advertising from local merchants is the
duty of the advertising staff. Advertising and
student subscriptions are the only means of income
the BifWeekly has.
Richard Teiehmann, Editorfm-Glnef
Top to Bottom
Lynn Gliver, Girculation Manager.
Carol Vennerstrom, Business Manager.
Peggy Freeman, Girls' Sports Editor.
Ward Dunkirk, Sports Writer
Charlotte Aainodt, Girls' Sports Editor,
Gordon Kepner, Sports Writer.
Jim McHose, Sports Writer
Bob Eggan, Sports Editor.
Mike Lien, Photographer.
Mr. Howard, Mr. Melilie, Advisers.
Not Pictured --Mr. Kuhn, Adviser.
Kathleen Vannatten, Sue Urevig, jean Anderson
Joann Johnson, Jean Sanborn, Howard Erickson
Qwzomre of the Air
Fnom' now!Nancy Thompson, jean Anderson, Darlene Doherty, Vet.:
Robbins, Sonya Tallakson.
Bficx mow- Mr. Rugnlie, Adviser, Kathryn Lokken, jim McHose. Charles
Huntley. Weslex' Brown, Howard Erickson, Lois Ivcrs.
"The students of Fargo High bring you Cynosure of the Air." These words begin
the program over station KFGO every Ivionday night at 7:30.
The Cynosure of the Air staff is chosen by essays which the applicants write in the
spring and recordings which they also make at this time. The grades of these are averaged
together, and the persons with highest scores are admitted to the staff.
Each week the students give news of what has happened and what will happen
both in school and in the social life of F. H. S. They also have on every broadcast some
talent from our school. The staff has eleven members who work long and hard to collect
their many exclusive stories.
The Board of Publications determines the work and approves the staffs of the pub'
lications at F. H. S.
Sumo Karen Wills, Darlene Doherty. Cirol Vrnncrsrrom.
Sr'-moist: -Mr. llognliu, Mr. N:lson. Richard Tclchnimn,
Mr, Skonnortl, Mr. Pvlclinc, Mr. Howard.
Board of Pub!z'catz'om
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flu-il INIH-ilc.Sil-'IIti'N1i1,II.iii-lviilI.iIIi'IIIi.icIx, Dun I'eison.
Iliun : la-ii Xii-vlkei. ,lv.ui5iuIwoii1. ,Ivan Monson. k.uIwSruiIi-i, Iloinona IK-rsoii. Iwlariiarei Iiaiigei,fforiiiie kiln-vl, IxavIXI1N1itl, Ilw Ni'I:o:1,Niii:x haax a '.
M ux Ann I'eieisoii. Pai laisoii. -Ianiee Dietrirli. Duane Iiuskr, Alcan Skaarrr.
Iiiiu Q I'ii Ilosiuitl., Iiieliaiil Hiiks, -Ioanne Peterson, Bonnie Kverrells, Drinna C .irleiy Iriowaril Ilriclison, M une lailili, I'n:n Malkmus, Ton XX iigIu,t lui I,
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Ilioziu son, I urls l'ii ei. 'aviie Keir, George Hagrii. Rox' Srnillie, Li is Ivers, Bruce Kasson. Lowell Shelton. Ilivitl Mailts, Don Kit-gli
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Rim i I .win Ia-iuil. Ilill lieire, I.x'Ie Ilikei. Ieroiiir Shaw, I .iuI Iiearson, -Iames Flesland, Male Taverni. l..irrx lawn-nsoii. ,Iaiurr I eieisi in. -I ixlt kuppiili. Unk
I'Iioiupsou, IIiiI Iiunnintg. Stoll Nloiugom--rv. Ilirvll Ruetl, Iaul Br.imlx'xk. Dennis Schriinpl.
lliixs R ,livlvx Seiltlanil, Nlr lxiorrau.
We harmonize hy uniting the deepest and heaviest sounding instruments with the
trills of the flute and piccolo. Besides the Concert Band there are these organizations:
Pep Band, which contrihutes to the school spiritg Iviarching Band, which perforins for
par.u.Iesg and Second Band, which prepares students for Concert Band.
These groups have participated in many things this year: pep assemhlies. athletic
contests, parades, festivals, clinics, playing for other schools, and greeting President
Our Band promotes the school spirit and creates a thrilling pride in the hearts of Fargo
High students as its meinhers march down the street, clad in their purple uniforms,
Plzzfz' Qzzarfev I rumpez Quarter Clarzmff Qzzczrfff
rlys Mouin, 'Ieanine Ileier-on. Ilexzrly Ilernard Altenherg, lkorge Hagen. Roy Smillie, Vvlaynf Carol Moore, Ixliriain Iolxnsori, Su: Urevig
iluiiiiiiings, Daileiie Moll. Kerr, -lean Sltaarer.
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French H ora Quartet
Bonnie Gcrrcls, Deanna Carter, Marjorie Cobb, Allan
Scott Montgomery. Phillip Running, Dennis Schrimpf,
These small instrumental groups have par'
ticipated in the Christmas program and thc
competition at the Spring Festival.
Donald Krogh, Dennis Schrimpf, Jerome Shaw. Allan
Henderson, Lois lvers, Bruce Kasson.
Judy Eckerea, Sue Urevig, jean Monson, Marjorie
Cohh, Donald Person.
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Vluykl Vfcxxz. -lim lxmmwroy. Katlmryu Lulilwn, .Iolmn
Nclfrm, -Iullc l'srswn. Sonya T.1ll.lkffm, Audrey Pucker'
mg, Elxmlwctlm Urccn, Marvm Mlllcr, AI.n:k KllPI7lCl!.
llmll Moycr. l'.1ul Sorlwu, Rollin Martin, Hazel Vance,
Bm llulcnlrlkl. Knyc Lchmkulml, Slxcrry lijurkluml,
lVl.ll'llyl1 llrunsvolll. XVgml Dunlurk. Clmrlmc Bolmct.
Boys ' Qzzarfff
m Pomcroy. Dxck Tc1clm1.mn.Vv'Qs Brown
3'illx'cv Piiclwring. joan lvlelting. ,lan Blxlic. ,limnn klolnison. Sherri' Biorkliinil. Mirilvn Brunsvold. l.i: Green. Ivlarlcne Tlnmuan. Ivlircla l
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l'.itii:i.n Vogel, Luis llursack, Pwgx' Baltlwin. lkavc lglinikillxl. ,lean Nlicl-reww. luivrrnc Dali, i 'c 1 :. t v' 'ir i 'ii , i . i'
lisicllr Voclker. Marx' Lou Sliirp. Pcnnx' l.iglitrn.-i, K xy Millmllan, N mini Dixfivltl, Bsttv Slnplcv, lliviwwliv Arnssan, V--rlyn ltlusgvl, lvlr, Ui lm lk
Dorxxin Flurgcl. .lim liariicv. Dun Krngli. Vilard Dunlurli, llolw lfggan, llicliird livrg. ,livlin lieu. U irv Brattlainl. M irvin Miller, l'li'fIh.lIl Wm
llcrgilnist. ,lack liuppich, Dick Piper. Uarx' Thuinasson, Arthur Andsrsun. ,lim Carlson, Holi Hnnson.
link Ti'icli:n.inn. EJ F-irsvrh. 'l'ci'rx' Mcliuwcll. Charlie llulmct, li:.in lhksr, XYQS llrown. Hash Hegrcxies. Cirletiwii lavlisv. llwxil Ain.-s.
We harmonize fwith carefully selected tones, qualities, and voices in a group of well
over a hundred, with dynamic and inspiring results. There are many pleasant memories
for the A Cappella members of this past year: singing the Nutcracker Suite at Christmas, the
recordings for radio, television appearances, the presentation ofthe Firefly, and the Choir's
annual visit to the Rotary Club.
A Cappella is truly a line organization, offering vocal experience to the students of
Fargo High School. It furthers the music interests ofthe school as a whole and brings a
thrill not only to those who hear it but to those who participate,
Row I Ihrlvvm-' Duhrrtv. Karyn Etllngcr. l.aVnnnc Ottcrsnn. Cnrol lwrson, Crystal Curbll. Harrirt Rntbnrtl. M irilvn Nxilliims. lmnn: l vh'1sw,1. linct Amlrx
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son. D1-nna llsvlmultls, ,loves lawsvv, Ann XX'lnling. I7i.xnnr Ruqhirlls. Arlcnr Hcntchvlc. Yxhrilvn Siegel. Lu' Ann Stubsmx, Sillx' Sglirolulsr, Dxrlcn:
Rim-li. Sliarfm lsnvinc. Darl-'ni' jrnsvn. Mvrna Dimis. Cnrnlvn Cillcrwlmiclx, Dnrutliv Elolson, Smtlra loncs, Kathv Stutlsr
r. llitlinarl-1, M nrlcnu Illlmqwn. I5s.xnn.n Cirtur. Mirlt-nc Bunch. Slllflfk' Mihoncy, Bnnnlc Grrrvlls, llsx' bliclssm. Mmlvn Motlvll. llrrnuli ur S: vit.
1,an-IV.-nvwrsirnm,bl.-,mi-r'XX rbstcr. Nanrx' l,.l.'sun, k.ithli'cn V.mlmttc:1. AnnasIancC.unp.Shrrlcx' Linlux I7.vnmSv.il1i1rg. Dlannc Sn ill. lanirc Krablvn
hui 'Shu an lin lux B 1'
t.. , f ic' uw. sv muunings. Shirlvv XVc1s:. Hclrn H,ulpru.l. Mvrvtlith Mzuirilils. jnnm: l"ctcrsn-1. llcm'Gm:1,us, -lim.-1 L4 .Q mg 11
', ml Kung, lflcanoi' Burke. .luyrc Olson. klanlcv Sprattlcr. ,lumnv XV.u'nur, Kay Mvhra. Pauli Smpp, ,laclcin Oaal, llwlf thus, .lows Mulh vll in. Iirrn
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tlulmsivn, borna Scott. lcggv l'r'vcr1mrx,C,.nrul Ruff. D.-on Tv1.'lbv.Cll'f1l Thurpc, Allis Engsn, BIISX' Hlwn, Anita Evvlvth, B.mn1v Ailims. Svlvxm l.vM ir.
Mari1.m'l Nrlsun, Barlura Ivinnncs. Rav Czvwcll. bxrbara Kranch. Mirv livrrls. Mlm' .lnl1ns1v:x. Nanci' Frcclsrick
4 l'irllx!1l"lll1 n Virol frank Dunn im l N1 l l
., I ' . sn . V, ' . '. 4' r w sr. uri vn lxlrt, Shirlcv Ratlkc, l'r:x'5fl1ivlvolil. lmnnc Mich,-ls, Uhxrlottv Aammlt. Txlalgavrl Platt lil uni"
things, Frixlillxi burr, M,mg.uwt Anil.-rson. Ann Thlvlall. Darli-nf Amlsrsori, Cm l llulgi-nz M mrilvn Gnmlinil. l N H
Wu harmonizc with thc voices of the girls and boys who makc up thcsc glee clubs.
Throughout thc ycar's activity it is thc objective of thcsc music groups to train thc voices
of th-:ir members and to instill in thc hearts of thcs: singers a real apprcciation of thc
music of our timc and of the past.
Among thc activitics of the ycar Wcrc rccorclings for radio broadcasts, Christmas
programs, and thc opsrctta.
1 laiwt-ll Slwllivil. llob North. .luhn Humlrun, XN'.n'iic Kon. ,lohn H'1ntlsx'. Gait' Rrvi-ll. l.-urn Urlis, Paul Stxnn'n'n. Kvnnv M nxsuii, -lFH'X Maznznvl,
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iilvill-C.unsrm-.ilu-1, I'rixl XX vnili. lim lircvci. Dick Vx ilsin. Hill Th.-ms. fflairc Swlllcrs. lim Lun l, 'Twn lllnisl. laik llIllW.'I'l. Mclrxl lxxvls
2 Ml.lllillnurk.hlllnlilcara,Paulllr.1nilx'ilt.lhrvllRxlcil.l31tliK1vll.u1tl,XX'.ivnc Brmlun, UW: llliptrnmslrr, Tixl Hunsi1.'G.-wg' lfl.un'l'.l'lcrnartl Allcnbrlu.
i ll.-:tv Hanson, Patti' Fisher. Helen Turnm, Dnrurhv Bjnrnsnn, Gail Hovde, Dianne Swallers, Delores Kalk, Peggy Brooks. jane Tnmlinsnn. .limi laifhv
Mi llielinirlx.lhrlmllallllstael.C.irulOl5ui1. Astritla Ilurl-uns, Patty Anelersun. Ruth Held nan. -Ian Burtliek, .lnsis V.ns,nie:. Sheila NX',ilkei. ll i Ri-lwlun
M uv liuksnn, Shirlev Anileisnn,
l3,irlwu,i Kennel. Dave Clisev. I7,u'xll Gnlil. Iierrcl H.u1sun. ,lerl Fnr1g:rt.,Inlin Altenhsrg. Drniun Dreisler, Lvle lniaker. Dun En ilvnn. l'x1.uuuel ll, 1, lin
.ix lN1eii.irrln'. Terri' linnil,
N1 wx' Hi-gli.-. hf1u'c:ll,iUri-n'.v.ihl. l,1lli.ln B:rnh.xrt. hixrgxret Antlerscvn, Tvfary Hillvlnlx. Diana lvficr, Patsy Bnam-it-k. Dick -luluns-in. Ili-n IW-is
Birlmxi M vrrin, Pain' Meliuire. B.u'hrr.i rlnhnsun, -lanyee Ruel. Judy Eckerea. Faith S nnh.
Sophomore Ch oir
We harmonize with two enthusiastic groups of sophomores. This choir gives
lmekground training to the sophomores who are interested in singing in on: ofthe other
choral groups. The activities of the group include getting acquainted with the art songs,
learning tone qualities and how to use them, and blending voices with the group.
ll-vw 1 M ulsiu- Walker. Malilxn llingxmlel. Rav Vslslwer, Rita Stillman NX'.uix'ee mining. Lila Razlnilmulle. Sonia lxvelsnix, Slramn Williains. Qluilx Shih-i. .lllll
N,ix.uin. Glailvs Eglaml. Gloria Rock.
L1.unlSu.uis. N.u1cx'Sxx'.n'ne. Barhuxi Kraus. Marie Lahev, Pvrenna Perscllln, l.inil.i Nelson. Susan Tnigesun. Karen liumleslxxxlt. Alninne Owl. lun Shi
l.il.i l,.ihex. Connie Pmiugerr. Myrna lnhnsun.
Marx' Ann Pelersiui. laniei' L.-esun XV.n'ne Mclviaines. l3rentn:iS irlien. Dinihl Anelersun, E.l.lie Powers. Lirrv Swensnn, Riu- Snillli-'.h1ilw h1.'lll,un
J V Nin i N l-.nn Rimini Vis el
Altivil Melting. I isle Pilgrim. . c' ec . :Q ' gt V
4 Piieilla Tlrnmpsnn, Line Munlu. janet Snapp, Carol Hendrickson. Connie Burnell. Clieryl Hrechly n. Sum.: Clhristxansun. Mr,l?itli1i,irk, l5,ulxu,i liilsi i '
Fl--use Nelson, Vnnna Lou Mullins.Sus.1n Freelven. Sharon Elliot, Suzanne Upie. Lila Frelker.
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luhw Pi-isiiii, mi l',uiis-iii. M ii.ii lu.lil. Mu:ivi1uTliiim1iu. lfli:.iin'ililIii-i-ii. l3ixi.iSjii1ckvic.Paul5ii'ii.'ii.5hiiiv:iZlviiiis-'
fX1,1iii'.iiS'i4iii.h1i. Ii-vis,-ii. Ili. hurl T-'irhiiiiiur IT: ui' I.xiui. M :ix Aim Hi-ss. Siifplifii Aus. M iigiiwi Uiikiiri. M uihii Iiiiiiixcilil. Ali-iii M iii
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liiiiii li-sii-i. Nisiii igi1 uuui. N1 ucii lips. l,i X viii' lhlil. Xviii liiiiihiiis. 1 .iiiii N 'is i i. Nurx lh -ups vii. llsilx' N.iiiii.'x.i iiiiikiii-1.1 ii X ii
Ixiiviilliiihlisix.-.l1. N1 iiiliivi Hvllwi. lfixx ml lkiiiv, Ahi.-.1M,-huw.ViisiilliThi-:vig-s-ii.I,xiiii.-Wlliihiiim.
lk iihinu liikkwfi Nh N i iiiisi I7 iixliu. If-his S'lRi.iiiil. XK'iihim lhiisivis. I 'vis l5'iisi.l. i,ifkll'ii1'iii'.Dum' Vissili
Wir h.irmoiuzc hy hcxirmg with our cycs thc music wc sec amd sccmg with our c.irs
rhi- music wc hcqir. This group consists of sturlciits who hgivc gm .ictivc intcrcst in music
.xml s wud hours wiuicticiii-i thc tcchni ucs which wroducc thu succcssfui rcsults for which
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this circhcstixi is knovvu,
Thi- music phycri hy the Orchcstrai this yciir has rauigcd from ai Buch "lim11dcvih:wg
Cfmicurtu" tu this coiiipiusitioiis of LcRoy Amlcrsou. A sclcctcd portion uf' thc Orchcstini
pl.iycrl for thc opcrcrm. This orgaiuizuiou iiclcls to our wcllfclcvclopcd music program gimi
cuiitrihul 's grcgitly to rlii- i-LIITIXCITIIICL' of music aippivciaitloii.
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nu. .Mui Uiiii-iwii. Shqrwii Qiichikc.
6. mmcziize . . .
. . . Sezzior Clays Play
R-nn I Vi-tu Rnliluns, li-,in An.li-re-4-n. laikiv Usal. Sally Scln-mlm
ifmnim: lliiiialil Nelson, Karen XX'ilk. Mila- l.icn, Tvlarilvn Sir-gel, Davnl Dimn,
Sl Hin Pai Viii1i'l.,l-li'lilm'fl5ll,
The Senior Class Play, "The Late Christopher
Bean", was presented on April 2 and 3. It was a
threefact comedy centered around the Hagget family.
The scene was laid in a typical New England village.
The actors, speaking in the vernacular of that section,
portrayed a story of selfishness and greed. But virtue
triumphed, and the heroine, Ahhy, received the
wealth. The play was a Htting climax to the dramatic
Harriet Reillwurtl. Cris Cnlell. Carnl Iverson, Sliirlex' llugintlen. Karen Filingrr.
Marv Ann Olson. Katliv Fariwv, ,lnanne Lewis. Maiilxn Miller, -lnAnn
'lnan lvnscn. llev. Selni-lwnlil, ,liunne lirnnsx-nltl. lfnnl Fnislwerg. K.illii'x'n
lvleffiilliielu, Kai' AlciL.iiulcr. ,lanei Ixiagnusnn, Anna lsA.ii'ie Panlsnn, Susan
Ifgginaii. Geraldine lliwrr, Sx'lx'i.i Siilici, Val Ras Nveli.
Gail Miller, vlnAnnc Mieliels, Nanci' liinlelick, Gayle lima, Kaien Dalilin.
Main' glnlinsnn, Ilene Gi'on.i.is. Phyllis llurrleiud. Dick NYnnrlw.iitl, ,lem
Heislrr. Dick XVilsi-n, -lndv lautlurnp, limi llilmlclil. ,lf'Ann Sells.
. . . One'-Ale! Play
Each year Fargo High School holds a onefact play
contest. The plays "Isle", HA Sunny Morning",
"The Taming of the Shrew" were presented on
Mzirch 19. The judges, Mr. Earhart, Miss Wheeler,
and Miss Uthus, chose "The Taming of the Shrew"
as the play to represent Fargo High at the Speech
Festival held in Grand Forks on March 26. "The
Taming of the Shrewl' was an adaptation hy Ken
Corwin of Williziiii Shakespeare's famous comedy.
Katharina, the shrew, Petruchio, the tamer, Baptista,
the long suffering father, Bianca, the sweet sister, and
the various servants stepped from Shakesp-:are's time
on to the Fargo High stage.
Row 1 f-Fairh Herndon. Carol Olson, joyce Brownlee, josic Vasquez,
Row 1 f M.xrily'n Siegel. Nlargaret Anderson, jean Anderson, Margie Cobb,
Row 3!Tom Goldberg. David Dixon. john Rex, Chuck Hunrley, Tom Roel,
Rohan Srucwig. Bruce Kasson, Dean Baker, Lois lvers,
Williarn H. Spence. . .
Hope Spence .....
Dr. Romer. . ,
Molly. . .
. . .Dean Baker
. . , . .Lois Ivers
. . . .Carol Olson
.. .john Rex
. .josie Vasquez
. . . . .Tom Roel
In H eofoen
Mrs. Sandow. .
Mrs. Digby, . .
Mrs. Cambridge, . .
Mrs. jellison .... .
Major Cooper. . . .
Bishop Sherwood. . .
Fraser Spence . .
. .joyce Brownlee
. , . .Mzirjorie Cobb
. . , , .Robert Stuewig
. . . .jean Anderson
. .Thomas Goldberg
. . , ,Bruce Kasson
. .David Dixon
Row ifllenc Gronais, Gail lviillcr, jancr Magnuson,
joAnn johnson, jridv Lathrop, jcan Hcislcr,
Darlene Doherty. Bev. Schiehold, joannc
Michcls, Karan Eddingcr.
Row 2APuggy Freeman, Paula Snapp, Marilyn Burt.
Carol Rell, Bev Cummings, Deanna Cam-r.
jean Sanborn, Frances Oxzon. Soma Snort,
Marcia Foss, Crystal Cofell,
Row flxflarvin Siegel, Charlotte Aarnodr, Ccrry Hover,
lvlarlys Ross, Caroline Peterson, Karen Dahlcn,
Karol King. Fern johnson. Vel Rae Nccb, Carol
lvloorc, lviary Ann Olson, Laverne Dahl,
Marlys Moum. Sylvia Sirhcr.
Row .4--Tom Dunn, Sharon Shepard, Terry McDowell,
Norman Bower. jim Flesland. joann Sells. Dick
Wfoodward, Wiiy'ne Braaron, Fred Stover,
Charlie Hohner, Herman Wayland.
M ivilxv- llvvimwlil, Cvili Knviilwiin. PM Vivqvl, S-mxxi 'l'.ill.ilx-sim, -lnlxn Kiippigh, I2'ig.ilwi-ili klii-vu. .lim l.iw,
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Ninn. . . , .
Sybil Van Dare,
Pietro. , . , .
Mrs. Ogleslvy Viin Dina
jenkins. , . . . .
Geraldine Van Diirc .
john Tliuxrston .
Herr Franz .
,lack Trailers . ,
. .Eliznlwstli Grccn
. . . Piiiil Scrlicn
. . . Pzitriciai Vogel
. .Curtis Kmidsoii
. .Sonya Tgillgiksim
, .hlolm Kuppicli
. ,Patrick Hogan
A Tvip tn Hermuilii
Tow Millie u man of her.
A cast of almost 250, an orchestra of 22, and a production
staff of many ambitious students and teachers collaborated to
make Rudolph Frimils operetta an outstanding event in Fargo
High Schools history,
The pounding of hammers and the swish of brushes graduf
ally brought to realism the beautiful scenes of Bermuda and
New York City. Slowly the tall palm trees and breezy veranda
began taking shape, and before long there was a huge yacht in
the background, shining with all the splendor of the North
Almost anytime of the day one person, or a group of persons,
could be found on the stage rehearsing speaking parts or sing'
ing strains from the many songs in this operetta.
The presentation of "The Firefly" on three evenings,
February 25, 26, and 27, brought to a close the long and tedious
hours of work. To all who participated, the success of the
operetta was the fulhllment of their efforts and dreams.
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Artists ut uor Production Stuff.
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ENDS Ron Ndbou, Gcorgf. Flumr
TACKLHS Leroy Bmgert, Frrd Stovrr
GUARDs Czrlylh Adame Clrlrton
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ENDS: David Ames Dick Kjellmd
TACKLBS: Dudley LiPlmt Don
GUARDS: Jim Dill ird Tom Ulmss
CENTER: Myroii Wigiigr
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Row i l1:i.IIcx- l.iI'I,-nt, ,I-'iw XV.iIiei. Mvifm Wagner. Holi Ilruwn. XVai'ren GiiIIicksoi1. Gan' Tlwinisson, .lack Herzog. Carleton I.:-Iisr. Skip Revell.
Row 1 Davnl Ames. I5.ux'II Rui-il. lxlliw Ilangt-il. RieIi.irtI Hicks. -Inn l7xII.n'd. Gary Lien. Ibn D,inn:i', Dick -Iolinsozi, .It-ri' Thirv. IMI Thiunis. Ron NcIsiin
R iw 1 lT.iiIvIv ALI un-.. IhII Iv1iwi'i'. Arr IIiichin.in. George I"I.nner. Iired Stover, Paul IIr,iniIx'ik, XX'.wne Br.i.itcn, Tosn Ulness. Dick KieII.ind. M irhn Anderson
Ifii,iiIu--N Dun Iii-'drII, Aii llwiiirii. if Arm OIsivn.
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Wagiwl. I5iII I'ii-ii.-, link Iiilinsiin. Chix I.n'n.
Iliww 1 KI.nI-'lim Iii-Ii-.1-, IlnIi.lid Illuks. Peter V.iIcnl.i. Kennv Kwik.-II.i, IIiII Thiiinas, Iaurx' Swenson.
Dick ll--ss-'II, Skip licx'rII. I'.ul I1iIIiin. Van S'Ix'ig
Row X Holi Mtilliiskv. l1,nIvIi' Adanis, lining- IiI.iin.'r. Paul IIi'.imIx'iI4. Ri,'IinriI 'I'Ixii:xipsim, RieIiirtI
The Purple and WIiite eompleted a ehaIIenging season with a
5f3fl record. The inighty Midgets rode on the crest of victory for
the Hrst half of the season hy smothering their opponents Hvc
games straight. The Hoinecoining game with Vvfahpeton spelled
out our first defeat. The Midgets were unable to tote the pigf
skin to pay dirt after that, and ended the season with 2 Iosses and
a tie with our erossfriver rival, Moorhead.
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Don BredeII. Aeey Olson, Art Dronen.
Row l Attendants -Ian Bllftllil-ll Sharon Elliot, Carol Haugen.
ow 'J Attendants -lulie Person, Audrey ljuekering
mx' 3 Queen Ann Wliitiiig.
"Be Bop the Wee Worms" ushered in the
Hoineeoining weekend. The festivities
began with the Coronation of Queen
Midget II. On Friday morning floats and
convertibles paraded down Broadway.
Following the parade, a rousing pep
asselnhly, with some foothall players lead'
,Q-it 90" ing a few extra cheers, was held in the
school auditorium. That afternoon Fargo
and Vyfahpeton tangled on the foothall
field. The holiday closed with a dance
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with the Pep Club float. Palette Club tack first place.
The afternoon of the Homecoming game with Wahpetori brought perfect
football weatherg but though the weather was with us, luck was not.
After Fargo tied the game at 797, Wahpetoii went on to score again late
in the third quarter. Fargo was not able to reach the Wzihpctoii posts
again and went down to a disappointing 1237 defeat.
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The Athletic Commission, pictured below, has
me job of setting the policies and regulations for
me athletes of the school. One of its duties is
nat of determining letter winners and ordering
rtters. The sophomore, junior, and senior classes
re each represented with one memher.
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The track team, under the direction of Coach
Art Dronen, had an excellent nucleus for a good
team this year. Some ofthe veterans from the 1953
season who helped lead the team are: Moyer,
hurdlesg Herzog, Thomasson, dashesg Forsyth,
Weylziiud, high jumpg Brown, polevaultg Wxulter,
distances. These veterans, along with several new
hopefuls, practiced diligently in the gym and on
the track when the weather permitted. Several
meets were scheduled, and the season ended with
the State Track Meet at Valley City.
Bill Tlwims. iuniui. Mr. Galvin. lvlyrun NV.1gner, sivpliunuwrc. Mr, C. A. Olson. Mi
Bricker. David Ames. senior
Afitcr winning its first two dual mccts at homc,
thc swimming tcam had to travel to Ivlinneapolis and
Northern Nlinncsota to get competition. Coached
hy Glcnn Mclvcy, thc Fargo tankmcn had a 5f2 record
in dual mccts, whilc placing third in a triangular
m-:ct at thc Univcrsity of lviinncsota.
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lim l.rhr, Ki-nl.-v llurkhart. Darvll Quick. ,lay Di'fl,L.lUlSK. Dick Klrlland.
Row r -Bula Larson. Douglas Lyhcck. George Platt, Flnvd Weisz. Nlyron Xklagner, Ted Hanson. Tom Engh. Don Krisrutitz. Ed Treat.
Row 1 fWally Caslcr, ,lim Dillard, Alcrrv Monson. Boh North. Gary Lien. john Rex. Dick Hannestad. Morris Cirlsnn.
Row 3 -Roh johnson, Ross Phrpps. Coach Don Bredell. Dick Peterson. Ron Solhzrg. Dnn Person. Srudcnt Manager Pet-f Valenti.
Boh Rehn. Don 'Wangrnd, Tom Dunn.
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Under the direction of Coach Don
Bredell, the hockey team was ahle to
compete in 7 games before the short season
ended on account of had ice. The
Midgets rounded out the season with a
46 record. The pucksters scored fre'
quently and had 46 goals to their opf
Row I ll l l I nl lnvalwv. ll.-mer Platt, 'll-in lfngli. l'lul llnnil R in Swllii-ru.
The Intramural program flourished with
action this year under the guidance of Mr.
Mclvey. The Intramural Council was set
up as the governing hody which determined
the rules and regulations of the sport that
was in progress at the time. Along with the
regularly scheduled games. tournaments were
an added feature that made the program more
interesting. The Intramural schedule was
well planned and well balanced in accordance
with the time alloted for it.
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Ki.-urge l'l.ul. lion Rn-glz, Tum hugh
Row i Ward Dnnlurlc. Dun kristullu. Tell Hanson, Aluhn Kuppnh,
Row 2 l..n'rv Nielson. llnlw Nmxlw, l..n'rv Muliimiren, .lohn llurtnrss.
1 Burtness, Duane Nelson. flnl- Eguan. l..lrrx' N1-ulXr.i.lren. Paul llrandvllq,
The year started off with touch football,
Jhile a tennis and horsefshoe tournament
vere held in the side lights. A very successf
ul golf tournament was staged at Edgewood
lolf Course for the second year in a row.
vlore than fifty participants entered. Along
vith a good season of water polo, there were
battle hall contests for a few weeks. Basketf
mall was the longfawaited sport and conf
inued until the end of March. The race
or hrst place was close and Hnally ended in
tie. An elimination tournament was set
ip and the winner took first place for the
An Intramural Bowling League was conf
tinued all winter, as the AC. howling alleys
were put into use every Saturday morning.
Quite a sustained interest for howling was
cultivated in most of the hoys. In hetween
sports the apparatus and trampolines were
put into good use also. In the spring, volley
ball teams were chosen and organized inf
to very competitive leagues. Even Intraf
mural wrestling matches were paired up after
a demonstration on highfschool wrestling was
given. The program ended with the summer
We Play . . .
Tennis, anyone? These girls would give you stiff
competition if you were to take them up on their offer.
ln the first row are Shirley Weisz and Carolyn Hanson,
runnerfup and winner respectively. In the hack row
are Beverly Nielson and Iviiriam johnson, the conf
i'Forel" That term is huniliar to all these girls.
These golfers participated in the girls'golf tournament.
The champion was Linda Foster, ln the front row,
left to right, are Marilyn Siegel, julie Person, Linda
Foster. The second row consists of Karen Wilk,
Sue llrevig, Sue Eggman, Liz Green.
"Heads up!" Wliiit gained oes that signify? Why
soccer, of course. Pictured here in the first row are
Mary Ann Hess, Eleanor Wehster, Jean MiicGregor,
Lois Williiiiiis. In the second row are Bonnie Gerrells,
Bev Cummings, Mziry Beth Kline, Bev Nielson. In
the third row are ,lean Monson, Deanna Carter, Maury
Meckstroth, Anna jane Camp.
Here we see a lively game of soccer in process.
This game is played much the same as field hockey
and originated in England.
Action is the keyword in these pictures. Bowling,
swimming, soccerfall these sports offer not only
good exercise but lots of fun too.
Strike! That expression is becoming a
familiar word to many girls around Fargo High.
Bowling proved to be more popular this year
than in any previous year.
Swimming to the soft strains of music, this
class is in the process of learning life saving.
Pixies! These are the sophomore
champs. Reading from left to right
in the lirst row. they are Gail Drew,
hludy Shafer. Gail Hovdeg second
row, Yvonne Ahlwey. Sharon Elliot,
and Karen Cornellg third row, Mzirf
cia Edwards and Connie Gergen.
Tlit Champs, or hetter known hy
their team name, the Chimps, he'
came the school champs hy defeating
hoth the sophomore and senior
haskethall champion teams.
Left to right in the first row are
jo Ann Nelson and Shirley Weisz.
In the second row are lviiriam
johnson, Mzirlys lvioum, and Darf
l:ne Anderson. The third row
consists of Lois Williziiiis, Anna jane
Camp, and Carolyn Hanson,
Kigmies! The senior champions.
They are, left to right in the first
row, julie Person and Mziry Lusk:
second row, Ivlarilyn Ahhey, Kay
Iviyhra, and Ann Whitiiugg third
row, Carol Thorpe, Sue Urevig. and
Looks like a basket! Although
the girls are restricted to half of
the playing court, they can make
their game as exciting and full of
action as any of the hoys can.
Plfe Plegaf . . .
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Qne of the nicest things about high school is the companionship with
our classmates. We see them every day. We talk about the rough French
assignments. we gossip about a new boyfriend, we flirt with a special boy
or girl, We rub shoulders at games and scream for our team to win. If
we do win, we drive down Broadway and really disturb the peace.
We disturb the peace in other ways toog for instance, at allfnight
slumber parties, by just plain goofing around.
Friday night finds us dancing at Canteen. Some like it Eist, but most
like it slow and smooth. Cur favorite outdoor sport on weekends is
hounding. If you've got a car, you're in.
We work together on dramatic productions and pray that the other
fellow doesn't forget his line. Athletics absorb much of our time, and
through them we learn the "go and get 'emu spirit and the "one for all" idea.
We're typical kids, and we spice whatever we do with fun. Because
were young, we like life, the veryliving of it. Best of all we, like being
teenagers, and we like each other.
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CHARLOTTE AAMODT: Quill Eff Scroll, Girls'
Glee Club, Intramural Sports, Cynosure Bi-Weekly,
girls' sports editor, Pep Club, council, junior Red
Cross Council, G.A.C., Harlequin, Tripolitan, "The
Red Mill", "The Firefly", choruses, production staffs,
"One Foot in Heaven", production staff.
MARILYN ABBEY: Sportsmanship, Intramural -Q
Sports, Cheerleader, Pep Club, junior Red Cross "
Council, secretary, G.A.C., Thespian I, vice-president,
"The Red Mill", production staff.
KAY ALEXANDER: Quill E99 Scroll, National Honor
Society, Band, A Cappella, Intramural Sports, Cyno-
sure Annual, girls' sports editor, senior co-editor, Pep
Club, G.A.C., secretary, Thespian I, "The Red Mill",
chorus, "The Firefly", chorus, production staff, "The
Late Christopher Bean", production staff.
DAVID AMES: Athletic Commission, National
Athletic Scholarship Society, Sportsmanship, Sopho-
more class, vice-president, A Cappella, Boys' Glee
Club, Football A Ei B, co-captain, Basketball B,
Chemistry Club, "The Red Mill". chorus, "The
Firefly", chorus, production staff.
-IANET ANDERSON: Girls' Glee Club, Intramural
Sports, Pep Club, G.A.C., Harlequin, Photo Club,
"The Red Mill". production staff, "The Firefly",
IEAN ANDERSON: Quill Ei Scroll, Intramural
Sports, Cynosure of the Air, reporter, feature editor,
Cynosure Bi-Weekly, advertising staff. distribution
staff, reporter, Pep Club, junior Red Cross Council,
G.A.C., Thespian II, Photo Club, "One Foot in
Heaven", "The Late Christopher Bean", casts, "The
Red Mill", "The Firefly", production staffs.
Charlotte Aamodt Marilyn Abbey Kay Alexander
Dean Baker Paul Bearson Robert Beauchamp
Charles Bohnet Phyllis Borclerud Wouter Bosch
Most of all, WE, the seniors, BELONG to Fargo High.
Our purple and white jackets adorned with the numerals
1954 identify us with our class. Each morning We congre-
gate around our lockers in the "Senior Hall". While
stuffing coats into a space already bursting with broken
pencils, slightly used kleencx, discarded test papers, overdue
library books, costumes from the last pep assembly, and any
other refuse it is possible to accumulate, we moan about the
exam we're sure to flunk second hour. At 3:15 we meet
again admitting the test wasn't so badw-in fact, we might
For three years our goal has been to graduate from
Fargo High. But, as May and graduation loom closer, the
realization that we shall miss F.H.S., our friends, and teachers
hits us. We've enjoyed our stay at Fargo High as 247
individuals, differing in heights, weights, appearances, and
tastes, yet we are united in our membership in the class
VIRGINIA ANDERSON: Girls' Glee Club, Cynosure Bi-
Weekly, distribution staff, Pep Club, junior Red Cross Council,
G.A.C., Tripolitan, Photo Club, Majorette, "The Red Mill",
JOHN BAILEY: Entered from Mandan, North Dakota, Co-op.
DEAN BAKER: Orchestra, Band, drum major, A Cappella,
Boys' Glee Club, Intramural Sports, Harlequin, president, "The
Red Mill", "The Firefly", choruses, "One Foot in Heaven", cast.
PAUL BEARSON: Band, Orchestra, Stage Crew, "The Fire-
fly". production staff.
ILENE BENSON: Entered from Minneapolis. Minnesota,
F. H. A., "The Late Christopher Bean", production staff.
RICHARD BERG: A Cappella, Track, Chess Club, Radio
Club, vice-president, secretary, "The Firefly". chorus.
Dixid Ames janet Anderson ,lean Anderson Virginia Anderson john Bailey
Ilene Benson Richard Berg Sherry Bjorklund Bruce Blair ,lanice Blilie
Qtr xldine Boyer Wziyiie Braaten Nancy Braniek james Breyer Boh Brown
SHERRY B-IORKLAND: Quill Ei Scrollg National Honor
Societyg Band, flute quartetg Orchcstrag A Cappella. ensemhleg
Intramural Sportsg Cynosure BifWeekly. reporter, feature writer:
Pep Cluhg G.A.C.g Harlequing "The Red Mill". "The Fireflyu.
BRUCE BLAIR: Intramural Sportsp Chess Cluhg Chemistry
-IANICE BLILIE: A Cappellag Girls' Glee Cluhg Intramural
Sportsg Pep Cluhg G.A.C.g Harlequing "The Red Mill". chorus.
production staffg "The Firefly". chorus.
CHARLES BOHNET: Sportsmanshipg A Cappella. ensemhleg
Thespian I, presidentg A'The Red Mill". A'The Firefly". chorusesg
"One Foot in Heaven". production staff.
PI-IYLLIS BORDERUD: Orchestrag Intramural Sportsg Pep
Cluhg C.A.C.g I-Iarlequing Nature Studyg "The Firefly". uThe
Late Christopher Bean". production staffs.
VJOUTER BOSCH: Intramural Sportsg Dehate Suuadg Chess
Cluhg Science Cluhg "The Red Mill". production staff.
GERALDINE BUYER: Intramural Spcrtsg Pep Cluhg G.A,C.g
Harlequing Thespian Ig "Que Foot in Heaven". "The Late Christof
pher Bean". production stalls.
WAYNE BRAATEN: Bandg Boys' Glee Cluhg Foothall A Q9
B3 Basketball A Ei B3 Harlequing "The Firefly". chorusg "One
Foot in Heaven". production staff.
NANCY BRANICK: Speech Festivalg Orchestra. string quartetg
A Cappellag Intramural Sportsg Cynofure BifWeekly, advertising
stalfg Pep Cluhg -lunior Red Cross Councilg C.A.C.g Thespian I.
treasurerg Tripolitang "The Red Mill", "The Firefly". choruses.
JAMES BREYER: Boys' Clee Cluhg Intramural Sportsg Coll'
Teamg Photo Cluh. secretary. treasurerg 'tThe Firefly". chorus.
BQB BRQVJN: Athletic Commission: National Athletic
Scholarship Soeietyg Sportsmanship. treasurerg Traelrg Foothall Ag
Baslaethall A if Bg Cynosure B1fWeelcly. cartoonist.
WI2SI.IiY IIROXVN: National Honor Society: Sports'
manship: Orchestra: A Cappella, ensemhleg Boys'
Quartet: Boys' Clee Clulag Intramural Sports: Cynorure
of the Air, cofasrzociate editor: Student Council,
treasurer. president: .luntor Red Cross Council: Tri'
politan, president: "The Red Mill", cast: "The
JOYCE IIRCIWNLEEZ A Cappella: Cirls' Cleo Cluh:
Intramural Sports: Cynosure Bi1Weekly, distrilvution
staff: Pep Cluh: -Iunior Red Cross Council: C.A.C.:
Thespian II: Harlequin: "The Red Mill", "The
Firefly", choruses: "The Miscru, "One Foot in
.IOANNE IIRUNSVOLD: Cirls' Clee Clulw: Intraf
mural Sports: Pep Cluhg C.A.C.: F.H.A.: Chess Cluh:
Tliespian I: "The Firefly", chorus, production staff:
"One Foot in Heaven", "The Late Christopher Bean",
MARILYN BRUNSVOLI7: A Cappella, ensemhle:
Intramural Sports: Pep Clulw: Harlequin: "The Red
Mill", "The Firefly", "One Foot in Heaven", casts.
ARTHUR BUCHANAN: National Honor Society:
Sportsmanship: Band: A Cappella: Boys' Clee Cluh:
Track: Trirolitan: "The Red Mill", chorus: "The
Firefly", chorus, production staff: "The Late Christo-
pher Bean", production staff.
WlLI.IAM BURKE: Intramural Sports: Hockey.
KENLEY IIURKHART: National Athletic Scholar-
ship Society: Orchestra: A Cappella: Boys' Clee Clulo:
Swim Team: Science Clulv: Chemistry Club, president:
"The Red Mill", "The Firefly", choruses: "The Late
Christopher Bean", production staff,
jerry Wzilter, Treas.: Lois Graham, Sec'y.g Ann
Whitiiug, VicefPres.: Bill Moyer, Pres.
Wesley Brown Joyce Brownlee Joanne Brunsvold
blames Carlson Morris Carlson Delhert Carvell
Harold Curtis Laverne Dahl Karen Dahlen
MARCIA BURRILL: Entered from Minneapolis. Minnesota:
Intramural Sports: "The Firefly", production staff,
JAMES CARLSON: Athletic Commission: Band: A Cappella,
ensemble: Boys' Clee Clulwg junior Red Cross Council: "The
Red Mill", "The Firefly", choruses.
MORRIS CARLSON: Intramural Sports: Track: Hockey.
DELBERT CARVELL: Cofop.: Band.
FLOYD CHRISTIANSON: Co-op.: Intramural Sports.
NORMAN CHRISTIANSON: Orchestra: Intramural Sports.
MAREIORIE COBB: National Honor Society: Quill Er? Scroll:
Band, French horn quartet. woodwind quintette: Orchestra:
A Cappella: Intramural Sports: Dehate Squad, vicefcaptain:
Cynosure BifWeekly, feature editor: Pep Cluh: G,A.C.: Palette
Cluh: Harlequin: "The Firefly". chorus: "The Red Mill", "One
Foot in Heaven", casts.
Marilyn Brunsvold Arthur Buchanan Bill Burke
Rohert deCaus1neaker Naoini DeVold David Dixon
CRYSTAL COFELL: Entered from Minot. North Dakota,
Girls' Glee Cluhg Intramural Sports, Pep Club, C.A.C,g Chess
Cluh, Palette Cluh, Harlequin, "The Firefly". chorus, 'kThe
Red Mill", "One Foot in Heaven". "The Late Christopher
Bean". production staffs.
-IOY COWAN: Cofop., Thespian l.
HAROLD CURTIS: Co-op.
LAVERNE DAHL: Quill Es? Scroll, Orchestra. lihrarian,
A Cappellag Girls' Glee Cluh, Intramural Sports, Cynosure Bi'
weekly, reporter, advertising staff, Pep Cluhg G,A.C,g Thespian I,
Nature Study. president, k'The Red Mill", orchestra, "The
Firefly". chorus, "The Misern, "One Foot in Heaven". prof
Norman Christianson Marjorie Cohh
ROBERT deCAUSMEAKER: Boys' Glee Cub, Intramural
Sportsg "The Firefly". production staff.
NAOMI DeVOLD: A Cappella, Intramural Sportsg Pep Cluhg
junior Red Crozs Council, Harlequin, Thespian lg "The Red
Mill". "The Firefly", choruses.
DAVID DIXON: Speech Festival, Quill E8 Scroll, National
Honor Society, Bandg A Cappella, Boys' Glee Club, Cynoiure
Annual. faculty editor. Thespian I, "The Miser", "One Foot in
Heaven", casts, "The Red Mill", "The Firefly", choruses,
LOREN DOCKTER: Cofop.
DARLENE DOHERTY: Board of Publications, Quill E99 Scroll,
National Honor Society, Girls' Glee Cluhg Intramural Sports,
Cynogure ofthe Air. editor-infchief, Pep Cluhg C.A.C.g Chess
Cluh, Harlequin, treasurer, "The Red Mill". "The Firefly",
"One Foot in Heaven", production staffs.
-IACQI lli Ill lNKliLl5lfRl ZER: Curl! Clee Cluh.
lutr.lmur.xl Sportsq Pep Clulwg l'.nlette Cluh, "The
l:lfx'l-lyu. prolluctzun -t.1ll'
GERALD lJllSTRlllJ: ,lumor Rell Crow Councnl,
Scrence Cluhg Chenuetry Cluh
KAREN EDINCER: Curl! Clee Cluhg Iutr.unur.1l
Sportsg Pep Cluhg C AC., lluletre Cluhg Hnrlequmg
Mayoretteg "The Rell M1ll", "The F1rel'ly", churcesg
"One Foot rn l'le.wen", "The L.1te Chrratopher l3e.m",
ROBERT EKKGAN: Quill Scroll, Sportfunulslupg
A C.lppell.1g lloys' Clee Chlhg lntr.1mur.ul Sports:
Cyrzosure lh-Weekly. reporter. hoys' sports echtorg
Tr1poht.u1g "The Real M1ll", "The Frreflyu, chorufesg
"The L.xte Chrrstopher l3e.u1", prolluctron smllf
SUSAN ECCMANN: Qunll Scrollg N.mt1on.1l
Honor Socrety, c,fCl1Cr'IF.lQ A C.rppell.1g lI1II'.ll'T1llf.ll
Sportsg Cyuosure llrfWeekly', reporterg l'-gp Clulwg
,lumur Rell Cross Counc1lL C.A,C,: Tr1poht.m, vice'
presnlentg "The Rell Mull", chorus: "The Frreflyu,
orchestmg "The lvllsern, "The Late Chrrstopher
l1e.u1". rmrluctron stall!
TOM ENCH: N.ltlIlll.ll Athletrc Schollrfhrp Soqletyg
Sportsrwmshlpg lntr.1mur.nl Sportsg Tr.nclsg Swim Tcnmg
Temus Tenmg lntr.1mur.1l Councrl, preslrlentg Hockeyg
ISRUCIZ ERUAHL: lmr.unur.nl 'Sports
BETTY ERICKSON: Cu-opg lI1Yl'.llUlll'rll Spurta
S --fm rm..
LYLE ERICKSON: Rnnclg Orchestmg lutr.xmur.xl Sports
JERRY EVANS: Cofop.
CHARLES EWAN: lutr.unur.1l Sports. Photo Cluh. "The
lfrreflyu, "The L.1te Chrlrtopher Realm". procluctrou stalls
-IAMES FARNEY: lntr.nmur.xl Sports: "The lfuretrlyu, "The
Recl Mrllu. choruses.
KATHLEEN FARNEY: lntr.umur.xl Sportsg Pep Cluhg G4A.C,g
Thespigm I E5 llg "The L.1te CTlH'lSfOPl1Cl' Ram". proluctxon stall.
ROGER FATLAND: lntr.umur.1l Sports.
AUDREY FERGUSON: Rorxrcl ul' l3lllWllC.lt'OIlSQ Qurll G Scrollg
National Honor Society: Orchestrag A C.xppell.xg lntr.1mur.xl
Sportrrg Cynoure Anmml. husmess nmnnger, Pep Chxlwg -Tumor
Reel Cf15SS'CCHllI1CllQ C.A.C.g Tr1poht.u1g "The MISCF-T. Pl'LklllCClUI1
st.rl'lAg "The Reel Mrllu. chorus, pru.h1ct:ou st.nt'l'1 "The Frrellyn,
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Susan Eggniann Tom Engh Bruce Erdahl Betty Erickson
james Farney Kathleen Farney Roger Fatland Audrey Ferguson
Edwin Forsyth Linda Foster Nancy Fredrick janet Freeman
Boys' Glee Club, Intramural Sports,
Mill", "The Firefly", choruses.
IIORXVIN FLUEGEL: A Cappella, Boys' Clee Club, Intramural
Sports, Astronomy Cluh. secretaryetreasurer, "The Firefly", cast.
VERLYN FLUEGEL: A Cappella, Pep Cluh, Palette Clulv,
"The Red Mill", production staff, "The Firefly", chorus.
CAROL FORSBERG: Girls' Clee Cluh, Intramural Sports,
Pep Cluh, F.H,A., Chess Cluh, Harlequin, "The Firefly".
chorus, "The Late Christopher Bean", production staff,
EDWIN FORSYTH: National Honor Society, Sportsmanship,
A Cappella, Boys' Glee Cluh, Intramural Sports, Intramural
Council, Basketball B, Chess Cluh, Thespian II, "The Red Mill",
"The Firefly", choruses, "The Late Christopher Bean", cast,
"One Foot in Heaven", production staff.
LINDA FOSTER: Quill E-9 Scroll, National Honor Society,
Orchestra, A Cappella, Intramural Sports, Cynosure BifWeekly,
desk editor, reporter. advertising staff, Pep Cluh, G,A.C., Tri'
politan, "The Miser", "One Foot in Heaven", "Our Town",
production staffs, "The Firefly", "The Red Mill", choruses.
NANCY FREDRICK: Girls' Glee Cluh, Intramural Sports,
Cynosure BifWeekly, distribution staff, advertising staff, Pep
Cluhg junior Red Cross Council, GAC: Harlequin, Thespian
ll, "The Miser", "One Foot in Heaven", "The Late Christopher
Bean", production staffs, "The Red Mill". "The Firefly", choruses,
-IANET FREEMAN: Quill E.-9 Scroll, Orchestra, Girls' Glee
Cluhz Cynosure Bi-Weekly. reporter, girls' sports editor, Pep
Cluh, junior Red Cross Council, G.A.C.g Tripolitan, Chemistry
Cluh, secretary-treasurer, "The Miser". "The Red Mill", "One
Foot in Heaven", production staffs, A'The Firefly", chorus.
ROGER FRIEIJMAN: Boys' Gln: Gluhg lntr.1mur.nl
Sportsg Ilaaslwtlmill Ag Thrspmn Ig "The Miscru. prof
DAVID GEIIEKE: A f1.ippclI.ig Iloys' Glcc Cluhg
Intrtimuml Sportsg "Thr Rad Mill", "The Firefly".
LOIS GRAHAM: Sportsnmiislnpg Senior class sccrcf
t.nryg Ilnndg A C.ippcll.ig Cynonurc Bi-Weekly, distrif
l'VllflUI1 stziffg Pep Cluhg Hzirlcquing "The Rcd Mill".
"Thr Fircl'ly". choruses,
ELIZAIIETH GREEN: Orrhcstmg A G.1ppcll.i, cn'
scmhlcg Intrainnlrzil Sportsg Fcp Cluhg .lunior Red Cross
Councilg G.A.C.g Hairlcquing Tripolitfmg A'ThC Rcd
Mill", "The Firefly", mists.
ILENE I IRONAAS: Quill fi Scrollg G,rls' Glvc Cluhg
Cynosurc Annunl, cluhs cdilorg Cyltosurc Bifwcrkly,
rcpnrtcrg I'L'pCli1lwgG,ArC.gI'.llCttL'Clul1gThcspizm Ilg
"Tho Firefly", chorus, production stzitfg A'Thc Rfd
Mill". I'Onv Foot in I'Icnvcn". "The Latc Christopher
Bain", production stuffs,
XVARREN GIILLICKSON: N.at:on.ul Athletic
Scholanrshipg Sportsmanslupg -Iunior class prcsidcntg
A Cippcllng Boys' Glcc Cluhg Footlmll A, cofcaptziing
Ilnskvtlmll A E? II, uThC Firstly". Ql'orus.
.IAGK HALE: N.ition.1l Athletic Scliohirsliip Socictyg
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Roger Friedman David Gclwckc Lois Grailmm
Tod Hanson Rohcrt Harris Roycc Hartke
C'mon, gang! Lct's go!
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Patrick Hogan Churlcs Huntlcy
ROBERT HANSON: A Ctppcllrig Boys' Glcc C'ulwg II1fl'.lI'11lll'.lI
Sportsrg Swim Tcnm3 x'Thc Firefly". chorus.
THEOIUORE HANSON: Boys' Glcc Cluhg Intr.imur.il Sportsg
Tmrkg Swim TcnmQ Hockcyg x'Thc Firefly", chorus.
ROBERT HARRIS: Intrzunuml Sports.
ROYCE HARTKE: Orchcstmg Intr.imur.il Sportsg Chcse Cluhg
ROBERT HEGRENES: National Athletic Scholarship Sosictyg
Quill E! Scrollg Sportsmzmshipg Bandg A Cappcllag Intmmuml
Sportsg Basketball A E99 B3 Cynosurc Annual, hoys' sports editorg
Thespigin IIQ Boys' Stntc, dclcgntcg "Thc Red Mill", "The Firefly",
choruscsg "The Lntc Christopher Benn", cnstg "One Foot in
Hcnvcn". production stuff.
-IEAN HEISLER: Quill E97 Scrollg Intrninuml Sportsg Cynoiurc
Bifwcekly, advertising staff, distrihution stalfg Pep Cluhg G.A.C.g
H.irlequing Thespmn llg "Thi: Rrd Mill". "The Firefly", "One
Foot in Heaven". "Thc Litc Christophcr Bain", proluction staffs.
hzibeth Green Ilene Gronaas Wzirrela Gullickson Jack Hale Robert Hanson
lohert Hegrenes Jean Heisler Robert Hendrickson Ronald Herinanson Gary Herron
Bernice Ihlenfeld Carol Iverson lone Jalhert Joan Jensen Beverly johnson
ROBERT HENRIKSON: Entered from Fergus Falls, Minnesota.
RONALD HERMANSON: Co-op., Junior Red Cross Council.
GARY HERRON: Entered from Shanley, Intramural Sports,
Cynosure BifWeekly, distrihution staff,
JOHN HERZOG: National Honor Society, National Athletic
Scholarship Society, Sportsmanship, Sophomore class president:
A Cappella, Boys' Glee Cluh, Track: Foothall A, Baskethall B,
Trirolitan, "The Red Mill", "The Firefly", choruses.
PATRICK HOGAN: Entered from Shanley, A Cappella, Boys'
Glee Cluh, Cynosure Bi-Weekly, reporter, "The Firefly", cast.
CHARLES HUNTLEY, Speech Festival, National Honor
Societyg Band, cornet quartet, Intramural Sports, Foothall B,
Cynosure of the Air, reporter, Palette Cluhg "The Miser",
"The Red Mill". "The Late Christopher Bean", production
staffs, "One Foot in Heaven", cast.
BERNICE IHLENFELD: National Honor Society, A Cappella,
ensemble, Intramural Sports, Pep Cluh, G,A.C,, treasurer,
Thespian II, vicefpresident, Chemistry Cluh, "The Red Mill",
"The Firefly", choruses, "The Late Christopher Bean", prof
CAROL IVERSON: Girls' Glee Cluh, Intramural Sports,
Pep Cluh, G.A.C.g Chess Cluh, Thespian I, Tripo'itan, "The
Firefly", chorus, "One Foot in Heaven". "The Late Cfiristopher
Bean", production staffs.
IONE JALBERT: Cofop.
JOAN JENSEN: Girls' Glee Cluh, Intramural Sports, Pep C uh,
Junior Red Cross Council, G.A.C., Harlequin, Thespian l.
secretary, "The Firefly", chorus, "The Red Mill", "The Late
Christopher Bean", production staffs.
BEVERLY JOHNSON: Entered from Minneapolis. Minnesota,
Intramural Sports, Cynosure BifWeekly, distribution staff, Pep
Cluh, G,A.C,, Chess Cluh, Palette Cluh, Harlequin, "The Red
Mill", "The Firefly", production staffs.
MARIE QIOHNSON: Girls' Glee Cluhg Intramural
Sports, Cynosure I3i-Weekly. advertising staff, distri-
hution stall, Pep Cluh, junior Red Cross Council,
G.A.C,, Thespian I, Tripolitang "The Red Mill".
"One Foot in Heaven", "The Late Christopher Bean".
production staffs, "The Firefly". chorus.
FERN -IOHNSON: Girls' Glee Cluhg Intramural
Sports, Pep Cluh, G.A.C., "The Red Mill". "The
Firefly". choruses, "One Foot in Heaven", production
AIOANN VIOHNSON: Quill G? Scroll, A Cappella:
Girls' Glee Cluh, Intramural Sports, Cyitosure Bi'
Weekly, reporter, Pep Cluh, G.A.C., F,H.A.. secref
tary, Harlequin, Girls' State, alternate, "The Red
Mill", chorus, "The Firefly", chorus, production staff,
"One Foot in Heaven", production staff.
ROBERT DIOHNSON: Intrarr.ural Sports, Hockey.
student manager, Foothall. student manager, Palette
Cluh. vicefpresident. president, "The Bat", "The
Miser", "The Red Mill". "One Foot in Heaven".
"Our Town", production staffs.
GAYLE -IOOS: Girls' Glee Cluh: Intramural Sports'
Cynosure I3ifWeekly, assistant advertising manager.
advertising staff, LIlSU'Il7llCIOIX staff, Pep Cluh. treasurer
junior Red Cross Council, G.A.C., secretary, president
Thespian I, "The Red Mill", "The Firefly", choruses
production staffs, "The Late Christopher Bean"
Graduation Weekeind need we say more?
Fern johnson Joann johnson
r Curt Knudson Morris Krahn
Kenneth Larson Nancy Larson
PATRICIA KENNEDY: Entered from Grand Forks. North
GORDON KEPNER: Intramural Sports, Intramural Council,
Cynosure Bi-Weekly. reporter. distrihution staff, Chefs Cluhg
Chemistry Cluh, "The Late Christopher Bean". cast.
CAROL KILBRIDE: A Cappella, Girls' Glee Cluh, Pep Cluhl
Harlequin, Thespian I, "The Red Mill", chorus.
BELLA KLEINGARTNER: Cofop, Intramural Sports, G.A,C.
CURT ICNIIDSON: Orchestra, A Cappella. ensemhle, -Iunior
Red Cross Council, Palette Cluhg "The Miser". "The Red Mill",
"The Firefly", casts, "One Foot in Heaven". "The Late Christo'
pher Bean". production staffs.
MORRIS KRAHN: Intramural Sports.
: Ar ii' ll
oh rt johnson Gayle joos Patricia Kennedy Gordon Kepn:r Carol Kilbrid:
Iirilyn Kramer Gene Krieg Donald Kristofitz Donald Krogh Donald Kvant
iilip Larson Robert Larson -Iudy Lathrop james Law james Lelvus
MARILYN KRAMER: Colopg Intramural Sports, Cynosure
Bi'Weekly, reporter. distrihution staff, Cheerleader, Pep Club,
G.A.C., Thespian I, "The Miser", "Our Town", production
stalfsg "The Red Mill", "The Firefly", dances, production staffs.
GENE KRIEG: Palette Cluh, "The Red Mill", "The Firefly",
"The Bat", production staffs.
DON KRISTOFITZ: National Athletic Scholarship Society,
Intramural Sports, Golf Teamg Intramural Council, Hozkey.
DONALD KROGH: Band, lwrass sextette, A Cappella, ensemhleg
Boys' Glee Cluhg Intramural Sports, Traclcg junior Red Cross
Council, Palette Cluhg Radio Club, Photo Club, "The Red
Mill", chorus, production staff, "The Firefly", chorus, t'The
Late Christopher Bean". production staff.
DONALD KVANT: Intramural Sports.
DALE LARSEN: Boys' Gfee C'ulw, Intramural Sports, Cynofure
I3.fWeekly. distrihution staff, "The Miser", production staff.
KENNETH LARSON: Entered from Oak Grove, Cofoy.
NANCY LARSON: Girls' Glee Clulog Intramural Sportsg Pep
PHILIP LARSON: Band: Hockey.
ROBERT LARSON: Co op.
-IUDY LATHROP: Intramural Sportsg Cynosure BifWeekly
distribution staff, Pep Club, Thespian I, "One Foot in Heaven"
"The Late Christopher Bean", production staffs.
IAMES LAW: Orcheitrag A Cappella, junior R:d Cross
Council, Thespian Ig "The Red Mill", choruag "The Firefly"
AIAMES LEBUS: Intramural Sports.
Sri r ir ii is
KAYE LEHMKUHL: Quill E! Scroll, National
Honor Society, A Cappella, ensemble, Intramural
Sports, Cynosure B1fWeekly, desk editor, associate
editor, Pep Club, Junior Red Cross Council, president,
G,A.C., Harlequin, Tripolitan, Girls' State, alternate,
"The Miser", cast, "The Red Mill", "The Firefly",
JOANNE LEWIS: A Cappella, Intramural Sports,
Pep Club, junior Red Cross Council, vicefpresident,
U.A.C,, Thespian I Es? II, "The Red Mill", cast, "The
Firefly", cl orus, "The Late Christopher Bean", pro-
MICHAEL LIEN: Speech Festival, Quill E99 Scroll,
Band, A Cappella, Boys' Glee Club, Intramural Sports,
Cyitos ure Annual, Cyrosure BifWeekly, photographer,
Chess Club, Photo Club, president, Boys' State,
delegate, "The Mis.cr", production staff, "The Red
WINIFREI3 LIGHTFUOT: A Cappella, Sophomore
VERNON LINDSEY: Intramural Sports, Track,
Football If, Photo Club.
JOHN LOBERG: Quill Er? Scroll, Intramural Sports,
Swim Team, Debate Squad, Cynosure BifWeekly, dis'
tribution staff, cartoonist, Chess Club, president,
Science Club, "The Red Mill", "The Firefly", prof
Love, it's great l
Kaye Lehinkuhl Joanne Lewis Mike Lien
Mary B. Lusk Janet Magnuson Shirley Mahoney
Terry McDowell James McHose Lois McKay
CARLETON LCHSE: National Athletic Scholarship Society:
A Cappella, Boys' Glee Club, Intramural Sports, Football A,
"The Red Mill", "The Firefly", choruses.
JAMES LUNDSTROM: Intramural Sports.
MARY B. LUSK: A Cappella, Girls' Clee Club, Intramural
Sports, Pep Club, G.A.C., Tripolitan, Photo Club, "The Red
Mill". production staff, "The Firefly", chorus.
JANET MAGNUSON: Quill Ei Scroll, Band, A Cappella,
Girls' Glee Club, Intramural Sports, Cynosure BifWeekly, ad'
vertising staff, Pep Club, G.A.C., Harlequin, Thcspian II, "The
Firefly", chorus. production staff, "The Red Mill, "One Foot
in Heaven", "The Late Christopher Bean", production staffs,
SHIRLEY MAHONEY: Entered from Kennewick, Washington,
A Cappella, Girls' Glee Club, F.H,A., "The Firefly", chorus,
THOMAS MALKMUS: Band, Photo Club, "The Firefly",
Wiiiifred Lightfoot Vernon Lindsey John Loberg Carleton Lohse James Lundstrom
Thomas Malkmus Roland Martin Janice Matzek Mylo Matzek Kathryn McCulloch
Et iel Meier Joan Melting Gail Mette Joanne Michels Kay Milhollan
ROLAND MARTIN: A Cappella, Intramural Sports, Radio
Club, "The Red Mill", "The Firefly", choruses.
JANICE MATZEK: Co-op, Palette Club.
MYLO MATZEK: Intramural Sports, Science Club.
KATHRYN McCULLOCI'I: Girls' Glee Club, Cynosure Bi'
Weekly, distribution staff, Pep Cluh, G.A.C., Thespian I, Nature
Study, "The Firefly", chorus, "The Red Mill", "The Late
Christopher Bean", production staffs.
TERRY McDOVJELL: Band, A Cappella, Boys' Glee Club,
Intramural Sports, Cynosure BifWeekly, distribution staff,
Palette Club, Harlequin: Thespian I, "The Red Mill", "The
Firefly", choruses, "One Foot in Heaven", production staff.
JAMES McI'IOSE: Quill Es? Scroll, Intramural Sports, Tennis
Team, Cynosure of the Air, sports editor, "The Late Christopher
Bean", production staff.
LOIS McKAY: Cofop, Majorette.
ETHEL MEIER: Entered from Moorhead, Cofop.
JOAN MELTING: Orchestra, A Cappella, Girls Glee Club,
Intramural Sports, Cynosure BifWeekly, advertising staff, Pep
Club, Junior Red Cross Council, Thespian II, Nature Study,
secretary, "The Fireflyu, chorus, "The Miser", "The Red Mill",
GAIL METTE: Cofop, Girls' Glee Club, Palette Club, "The
Red Mill", chorus, production staff.
JOANNE MICHELS: Girls' Glee Club, Intramural Sports,
Cynosure BifWeekly, distribution staff, Pep Club, Junior Red
Cross Council, G.A.C,, Harlequin, Thespian I, "The Firefly",
chorus, production staff, "The Red Mill", "One Foot in Heaven",
"The Late Christopher Bean", production staffs,
KAY MILHOLLAN: Cofop, A Cappella, Girls' Glee Club,
Intramural Sports, Thespian II, "The Firefly", "The Red Mill",
HAIL MILLER: Quill if Scroll, Intramural Sports,
Cyl o..ure Annual, senior cofeditor, Cynosure Ili'
Weekly, distribution staff, C,A.C., Pep Cluh, Harlef
quin, Trirolitan, Chess Cluh, "The Red Mill", "The
Firefly","One Foot in Heaven", "The Late Christopher
Bean", production staffs.
MARILYN MILLER: Cirls' Clee Cluh, Intramural
Sports, Harlequin, "The Red Mill", chorus, "The
Late Chriftopher Bean", production staff.
MARVIN MILLER: Band, A Cappella. ensemhle,
Boys' Quartet, Student Council, "The Firefly", chorus.
RC IIIPRT MOFFILTT: Comp.
DARLENE MOLL: Band, flute quartet, Orchestra-,
Pep Cluh, C.A.C., Photo Cluh, "The Red Mill",
production stafi, "The Firefly", orchestra.
LARRY MONTEITH: Cynorure I3ifWeekly, distri-
hution staff, llaskethall, student manager, junior Red
CAROL MOORE: Quill E? Scroll, Orchestra,
A Cappella, Band, clarinet quartet, Cynosure Bi'
Weekly, exchange editor, Pep Cluh, council, junior
Red Cross Council, secretary, C.A.C., Thespian Il,
secretary, Nature Study, "The Firefly". orchestra,
"The Miser", "One Foot in Heaven". i'The Late
Christopher lleanu. production staffs.
IIONALIJ MOI IRHEAIJ.
Gail Miller Marilyn Miller Marvin Miller
William Moyer .lerry Mullins Kay Myhra
Darlene Ohnstad janice Ohnstad Lynn Oliver
My, what bright eyes you have!
WILLIAM MOYER: National Athletic Scholarship Society,
Sportsmanship, Orchestra, A Cappella, Boys' Clee Cluh, Track,
Foothall A E.-9 B, Basketball A, Thespian I, Sophomore class
secretary, junior class vicefpresitlent, Senior class president,
"The Firefly", chorus.
-ILRRY MULLINS: -lunior Red Cross Council,
KAY MYHRA: Quill E? Scroll, Sportsmanship, Band, A Cap'
pella, Girls' Glee Cluh, Intramural Sports, Cheerleader, Cynosure
Bi-Weekly, reporter, Student Council, secretary, Pep Cluh,
G.A.C., Tripolitan, Photo Cluh, "The Firefly", chorus, pro-
VEL RAE NEEB: Intramural Sports, Pep Cluh, GAC., Harle-
quin, "One Foot in Heaven", "The Late Christopher Bean",
.IOHN NEIMA: Entered from Boonville, Missouri, Intramural
Sports, Swim Team, manager, Dehate Squad, Photo Cluh, Stage
Crew, "The Red Mill", production staff.
"5'+s:a -"ff ,
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"IF :-.. afeisizrgs, -1 J
Robert Moffett Darlene Moll Larry Monteith Carol Moore Don Moorhead
Vel Rae Neeb John Neima james Nelson Ronald Nelson Larry Oakey
Joyce Olson Mary Ann Olson jackie Osal Loren Oslie Lavonne Otterson
RONALD NELSON: Speech Festival, A Cappella, Boys' Glee
Club, Intramural Sports, Football A E3 B, junior Red Cross
Council, Thespian, "The Red Mill", "The Firefly", choruses.
LAWRENCE OAKEY: Intramural Sports, Tennis Team, Chess
Club, Tripolitan, Science Club.
DARLENE OHNSTAD: Entered from Oak Grove.
-IANICE OHNSTAD: Intramural Sports, Pep Club, G.A.C.,
LYNN OLIVER: Quill Es? Scroll, National Honor Society, Band,
Orchestra, A Cappella, Girls' Glee Club, Intramural Sports,
Cyno-ure BifWeekly, advertising staff, circulation manager, Pep
Club, council, G.A.C., Thespian I E93 II, "The Red Mill", 'LThe
Firefly", choruses, production staffs, "The Late Christopher
Bean", production staff.
-IOYCE OLSON: Girls' Glee Club, Intramural Sports, G,A.C.,
"The Red Mill", "The Firefly", choruses.
MARY ANN OLSON: Quill E+? Scroll, Intramural Sports,
Debate Squad, Cynosure Annual, art cofeditor, G.A.C., Chess
Club, secretary, Palette Club, Harlequin, Tripolitan, "The Red
Mill", "The Firefly", "One Foot in Heaven", "The Late Christo'
pher Bean", production staffs.
JACKIE OSAL: Speech Festival, Quill Ei Scroll, National
Honor Society, Girls' Glee Club, Intramural Sports, Cynosure
Annual, junior-sophomore cofeditor, cofassociate editor, Pep Club,
treasurer, G.A,C., Chess Club, Tripolitan, Photo Club, Girls'
State, delegate, Sophomore class treasurer, "The Red Mill", prof
duction staff, "The Firefly", chorus, production staff, "The Late
Christopher Bean", cast.
LOREN OSLIE: Band, Boys' Glee Club, Intramural Sports, Chess
Club, "The Firefly", chorus.
LAVONNE OTTERSON: Girls' Glee Club, Intramural Sports,
Pep Club, G.A.C., Harlequin, Thespian II, "The Red Mill",
FRANCES OXTON: Entered from lvIoorhead.
IvI1nnesota. Intramural Sportsg Dehate Squadg Pep
Cluhg C,A.C.g Thespian I, seeretaryg "One Foot in
Heaven", production staff.
ANN MARIE PAIILSON: Quill C? Scrollg National
Honor Societyg Orchestra, string quartetteg A Cappella,
enmmhleg Intramural Sportsg Cynosure I3ifWeekly,
reporterg Pep Cluhg junior Red Cross Councilg C.A.C.g
Harlcqnmg Photo Cluhg "The Red Mill", "The
Firefly", chorusesg "The Late Christopher Bean".
BARRY PERSKE: Intramural Sports: .lunxor Red
IULIE PERSON: National Honor Society: Sports-
manship Cluhg Orchestra, secretary. string quartetteg
A Cappella, ensemhleg Intramural Sfortsg Student
Council, vice-presldcntg Pep Cluhg -lunior Red Cross
Councrlg C.A.C.g Harlequing Photo Cluhg Crrls' State.
alternateg "The Red Mill", castg x'The Firefly".
RAIVIONA PERSON: Randg Cirls' Olee Cluhg Pep
Cluhg junior Red Cross Couneilg 'AThe Firefly". chorus,
CAROLINE PETERSON: Intramural Sportsg Pep
Cluhg C.A,C.g Palette Clulvg Harleduing "The Red
Mill", "The Firefly", "One Foot in Heaven", producf
RICHARD PETERSON: Entered from lvioorhead.
Minnesota. Intramural Sport--g Hoekeyg Football B3
"The Firefly", chorus.
"Off with my hoot, you rogue."
Anna Marie Paulson
EDYVARI3 PHELPS: Entered Iirozn lvhnneapolis, Nlinnesotag
ROSS PHIPPS: Intramural Sportsg Ho:key.
RICHARD PIPER: Rand, eornet tluirtetteg A Cappellag Intraf
mural Sportsg "The Ifate Christopher Bran". castg "The Firefly",
cast. production stafl.
KIAIVIES POIVIEROY: National Honor So:ietyg Orchestrag
A Cappella. ensemhleg Boys' Quartettcg Boys' CI:e Cath: I'Our
Town", cast1"The Red M1ll"."The Firefly". choruses.
ROBERT PRATT: National Athletic Scholarship So:ietyg
National Honor Sosietyg Intramural Sportsg Trackg Swim Team.
cofcaptaing Intramural Councilg Radio Cluh, presidentg 'xThe
Firefly", production staff,
-IOHN PIILKRAREK: Intramural Sportfg Chess C uh.
ulie Person Ramona Person Caroline Peterson Richard Peterson Edward Phelps
Robert Pratt John Pullcrabek Bill Quain Joyce Radcliffe Harriet Reitbord
Veta Robbins Joyce Robinson Tom Roel Marlys Ross Shirley Rugrodcn
WILLIAM QUAM: Intramural Sportsg Junior Red Cross
JOYCE RADCLIFFE: Coop, Pep Club.
HARRIET REITIIORD: Band, Girls' Clee Club, Intramural
Sports. Pep Club, C.A.C.g Chess Club, Palette Club, Tripolitan,
"The Firefly". chorus, "One Foot in Heaven". "The Late Christo-
pher Bean". production staffs.
JOHN REX: Orcliestrag A Cappellag Boys' Clee Club, Intraf
mural Srorts, Hockeyg Harlequin, "The Miser". "One Foot in
Heaven", casts, "The Red Mill", "The Firefly". choruses..
DONNA REYNOLDS: Girls' Clee Club, Intramural Sports,
Cyrorure I3i'Weekly'. diztributfon staff, Pep Clubg Junior Red
Cross Council, C.A.C., Thespian II, Photo Clubg "The Red
Mill". production rtaffg "The Firefly". chorus. production staff.
RICHARD RICHARDSON: Intramural Sports, Tripolitang
VETA ROBBINS: Quill E3 Scroll, National Honor Societyg
Speech Festivalg Orchestrag A Cappella, Cirls' Glee Club, Intraf
mural Sports, Debate Squidg Cynosure of th: Air, reporter. co-
associate editorg Pep Club. councilg Junior Red Cross Council,
Harlequin, Tripolitang "The Red Mill". proIu:tion staff, l'The
Firefly". chorusg "The Late Christopher Bean", cast.
JOYCE ROBINSON: Co-opg Intramural Sports, Pep Club.
TOM ROEL: Intramural Sports, Golf Team, Thespian I,
Tripolitang k'One Foot in Heaven", castg "The Red Mill", "The
Late Christopher Bean", production staffs.
MARLYS ROSS: Intramural Sports, Cynosure BifWeekly, dis'
tribution staff, Pep Club, Harlequin, Thespian I, "The Red Mill",
"The Firefly", "The Late Christopher B:an", "On: Foot in
Heaven", procluction staffs.
SHIRLEY RUCRODEN: Intramural Sports, Pep Cluh, C.A.C.g
Harlequin, Tripolitan, "The Firefly", x'The Late Christopher
I3:an", production staffs.
IIARY SJXNIIIIIIIUIZ IIrlralnllraISyorts,I'aIrttvCIllI1
SYI,Vl.'X SfXTIIIfIi: Intramural Svortsg Pew CIUIN
U A I I ,"Une Ifoot 111 IIe.1x'cI1't."TIxc I.1lfk'fIIlI"1FI11PI1UI'
IIv.u1", yrotI11ct'oh staIIs
IFAVIII ?'fIIIIfIKIfI..If: Qmll Gr Serollg Nattonal
Ho: or Forwty. Urehestra, presulent. strung quartetteg
A fIappvIIa, Uylvo-ure II1fWt'L'kIy'. fflflil "The Rt-tl
IVIlII",'UI'I1v Firefly", ort'Iwstr.ls.
IIIiVI"IlI.Y Ff7IIII"IIUI.I7: Ilrli Ulee TTIIIIWQ Intraf
II2lll'.lI Syorts, Pep fIIllIN, hllllllllf Red Umss Cuuneml.
Vrvsnlt-1:t, il A ff, Harletgumg 'I-IlCSPl.lIl I: I'The
If1rvIIy" tI.oru-, Vrutluetum staII'g"TI1e Ivilscrf' I'Thc
Ilvtl IVIIIIU. "C Im' Ifoot Ill Heaven", "The Late ftI1I'l'Tf7'
ph.-r Bran", 5-mtluez1fmstaffs.
I'.'XlII.INIi FCIIROITIWR: Coop., Pep Uluhg
Iumor Il.-tl fIrrw's Co111'c1I.
S!XI,I.Y FCIIIIKOIIIFER: Quill L4 Scroll, Nat:onaI
IIm-or Society. Ilaml, ihrls' lllev ftIllIW1 Intramural
Sports. ifylosure Ii1fXVeekIy, atIvert1smIg statI'g Pep
IIIIIIH. yr-'sul-'x1r. .Iumor Red Cross Counctlg U.A.C.g
Plzotu fihxh, "The Rt-tl Mill", protluctlon stafI'1 "The
IINIIV , II UIIINQ TIN I,ate flhrl-topher Bean , fast.
VIIIUIII, FCIIIIILTZ: Ifntrretl Irom Iaslmn. North
IKIQRNAIJINIQ SCUTT1 lhrIs'iIIeeCI11hg IntramuraI
Syurts, Cyrosure IIl'Wn't'kIy', atIx'ert1smg staff. thstrxf
IVIIIIIIII SIAII, Ixvp CIIUIN, UJXIIQ Ixhoto CIIUIWQ "The
Rt-.I INIIIIU, I'l'UkIlILkYIUIl s.taIIg "The I:1rcfAIy", fhorus.
-lohn, the Roper.
Gary Szmdhurg Sylvia Sather David Sehickele
james Scott Sonja Scott .Ioann Sells
Donald Shykes Mzlrilyxu Siegel M:1rx'il1 Siegel
JAMES SCOTT: Intramural Sports.
SUNEIA SCOTT: Sportsmanship, pres1tIentg -luuaor class treasf
urerg Girls' Ulee Cluhg Intramural Sports: Cynoalrc B1fW'eeIeIy
tlwstnhunon staff: Pep Cluhg junior Red Cross Councilg G.A.C.
Thesplan I, vrcefpresidentg Photo Chnhg I'The Retl Mull". I'Une
Foot m Heaven", protluetzon staffeg "The Firefly". chorus
AIOANN SELLS: Intramural Sportsg Pep Chlhg -Iumor Retl Cross
Couneulg Harlequmg Nature Stmlyg "The Red M1II". "The Flref
Hy". "Une Foot in Heaven", "The Late Chrlstopher Bean"
VIOHN SERKLANI7: Natxonal Honor Soeletyg Ilamlg Urehestrag
Boys' Ulee Cluhg Dehate Squatl, captamg Cynosure B1-Weekly'
reporterg Chess Cluhg "The Red M1II", ehorusg 'AThe F1reI'Iy".
PAULA SNAPP: Quill Ei Scrollg Girls' Glee Cluhg Intrzimur.iI
Beverly Schiehold Pauline Schroeder Sally Schroeder Vergil Schultz Berniidine Seott
john Serklund Dianne Severson Mary Lou Sharp Betty Shipley Shirley Shultz
Paula Snzipp Paiul Sorlien Garry Stzidtlainder Bnrhziru Stanley Don Stephzinson
DIANNE SEVERSON: A Cappella. Girls' Glee Cluhg P.iIette
Cluhg "The Miscr". production stnffg 'ATIie Red Mill", chorus.
MARVIN SIEGEL: Dehate Squad. Quill Es: Serollg Cynosure
BifWeekIy. reporter. Harlequing Boys' State, delegiiteg "One Foot
in I-Ieavenf production stzilfg "The Late Christopher Begin", ciist.
MARY LOU SHARP: A Ciippellaig Pep Clulwg Palette Cluhg
"The Red Mill". "The Firefly". choruses.
BETTY SHIPLEY: Orcliestriig A Cappella. Girls' Glee Clulvg
Tripolit.ing "The Red Mill". "The Firefly". choruses.
SHIRLEY SHULTZ: Intramural Sports.
DONALD SHYKES: Cofop.
MARILYN SIEGEL: Speech Festivzilg Niitioniil Honor Societyg
Girls' Glee Cluhg Intramural Sportsg Dehate Squadg Pep Cluhg
junior Red Cross Council: G.A.C.3 I-Iarlequing Thespian Ilg
Chemistry Cluhg "The Firefly". "One Foot in Heaven", eastsg
"The Miser". "The Red Mill". production staffs.
Sportsg Cynosure Annual, dramzitics editorg Cynosure Bi-Weekly.
distrihution stalfg Pep Cluhg junior Red Cross Councilg Thespiiin
Ig Tripolitang "The Miser", "The Red Mill", "One Foot in
Heaven". "The Late Christopher Benn". production staffsg "The
PAUL SORLIEN: Orchestrzig A Cappella. ensemhleg Boys' Ulee
Cluhg Intramural Sportsg Track. Foothill A Ei Bg junior Red
Cross Councilg Chess Cluhg Palette Cluhg Hgirlequing 'ATIie Red
Mill". "The Firefly". casts.
GARY STADTLANDER: lntriimur.il Sports.
BARBARA STANLEY: Cofop.
DONALD STEFANSON: Intramural Sportsg "The Red Mill".
FREDERICK STOVER: National Athletic Scholar'
ship Society, Sportsmanship. vice-president, Band,
A Cappella, Boys' Clee Cluh, Intramural Sports,
Track, Foothall A1 Baskethall A E99 B, Chess Club,
"The Firefly". chorus, "One Foot in Heaven", prof
MARILYN STRAHL, Quill fi Scroll, National
Honor Society, Orchestra, A Cappella, Girls' Glee
Cluh, Intramural Sports, Cynosure BifWeekly, reporter.
desk editor, Pep Cluh, C.A.C., Thespian I, president,
Cirls' State, alternate, "The Miser", production staff,
"The Red Mill", "The Firefly". orchestras.
AIANICE SWENSON: Intramural Sports, Pep Club,
Harlequin, Thespian II.
SONYA TALLAKSON: Speech Festival, National
Honor Society. president, Orchestra, A Cappella.
ensemhle, Intramural Sports, Cynosure of the Air.
reporter, Pep Cluh, C.A,C,, Thespian I, Tripolitan,
"The Red Mill", "The Firefly", casts.
GALE TAVERNA: Band, president, Orchestra,
Radio Cluh, "The Firefly", orchestra.
RICHARD TEICHMANN: Board of Puhlications,
Quill fi Scroll, National Honor Society, treasurer,
Sportsmanship, Orchestra, A Cappella, Boys' Quartet,
Boys' Clee Cluh, Cynosure BifWeekly, reporter, hoys'
sports editor, editor-infchief, Chess Cluh, Nature
Study, Iloys' State, delegate, "The Red Mill", chorus,
"The Firefly", chorus, production staff, "The Late
Christopher Bean", production staff.
-IOANN TEICEN: Pep Cluh, Harlequin, Thespian I,
"The Late Christopher Bean". production staff.
CARY THOMASSON: National Athletic Scholar-
slup Society, Sportsmanship, A Cappella, Boys' Glee
Cluh, Track, captain, Foothall A if B, Ilaslcethall
A Er? B, junior Red Cross Council, "The Firefly",
It's supposed to he indelible!
Fred Stover Marilyn Strahl Janice Swenson
Carol Thorpe Sue Urevig Kathleen Vannatt in
Ethel Luc Wailvaitiie Don Wziiigriid Floyd Weisz
CAROL THORFE: Quill E? Scroll, National Honor Society,
Sportsmanship, Band. flute quartet, Orchestra, Girls' Glee Cluh,
Intramural Sports, Cheerleader, Cynosure BifWeekly, assistant.
advertising manager, Pep Cluh, -Iunior Red Cross Council,
CAC., Harlequin, Tripolitan, "The Firefly". chorus, "The
Miser", "The Red Mill", "The Late Christopher Bean". prof
SUE UREVIC: Quill E? Scroll, National Honor Society, vice'
president, Sportsmanship, junior class secretary, Band, clarinet
quartet, woodwind quintette, Orchestra, A Cappella, Intramural
Sports, Cynosure Annual, assistant advertising manager, Cynosure
Bi-Weekly. reporter, Student Council, Pep Cluh. vicefpresiclent,
-lunior Red Cross Council, C.A.C., Thespian ll, Science Cluh.
secretary, Photo Cluh, secretary, Girls' State, delegate, "The
Miser", production staff, "The Red Mill". "The Firefly". or-
KATHLEEN VANNATTAN: Cirls' Clee Cluh, Intramural
Sports, Cynosure BifWeekly. reporter. distrihution staff, Pep
Cluh, C.A.C., Harlequin, Photo Clulw, "The Red Mill", producl
tion staff, "The Firefly". chorus.
CAROL VENNERSTROM: Board of Puhlications, Quill E?
Scroll, National Honor Society. secretary, Sportsmanship, Girls'
Clee Cluh, Intramural Sports, Cynosure BifWeekly. advertising
ionya Tallakson Gale Taverna Richard Teichmann JoAnn Teigen Gary Thomasson
Jirol Vennerstrom Estelle Voellter Leonard Voelker Patricia Vogel jerry Walter
ohn Wells Marlys Wentz LeRoy Westerholin Herman Weyland Ann Whiting
staff, distribution staff, business managerg Pep Cluhg junior Red
Cross Councilg G.A.C.g Thespian I. treasurerg Nature Studyg
Girls' State. delegateg "The Miser", "The Red Mill". k'One Foot
in Heaven". 'xThe Late Christopher Bean", production staffsg
"The Firefly". chorus.
ESTELLE VOELKER: National Honor Societyg Band. librariang
Orchestrag A Cappellag Palette Club. treasurerg "The Firefly".
chorusg "The Miser", "The Red Mill". "The Late Christopher
Bean", production staffs.
LEONARD VOELKER: National Hoitor Societyg Bandg Scieitce
Clubg "The Miser", "The Red Mill". producton staffs.
PATRICIA VOGEL: Speech Festivalg Quill E-9 Scrollg National
Honor Societyg Orchestra. librarian, secretaryg A Cappellag Intraf
mural Sportsg Debate Squadg Cynosure Annual, music editor.
colassociate editorg Cynosure BifWeeldy, reporterg Pep Clubg
Tripolitang "The Miser", "The Firefly". castsg "The Red Mill".
orchestra. "One Foot in Heaven", "Our Town", production staffs,
JERRY WALTER: National Honor Societyg National Athletic
Scholarship Societyg Sportsmanship. Senior class treasurerg Intraf
mural Sportsg Trackg Football A E-F B3 Basketball B3 Photo Clubg
"One Foot in Heaven". production staff.
ETHEL LUE WALVATNE: Orchestrag A Cappella. Girls'
Glee Clubg Intramural Sports. Pep C'ubg G.A.C,g Thespian II.
Chemistry Clubg "The Red Mill". "The Firefly", choruses.
DONALD WANGRUD: Intramural Sportsg Hockeyg Cynosure
BifWeeldy, distribution staff,
FLOYD WEISZ: Baridg A Cappella, ensembleg Boys' Glee Cluhg
Intramural Sportsg Golf Teamg Hockeyg Thespian lg 'xThe Red
Mill". x'The Firefly", choruses.
MARLYS WENTZ: Intramural Sportsg Pep Cub. G.A.C.g
Harlequin. Tripolitang "The Miser". "The Firefly", production
LERC JY WESTERHOLM: Cofop.
HERMAN WEYLAND: National Athletic Scholarship Societyg
National Hoiior Societyg Sportsmanshipg A Cappellag Boys' Glee
Clubg Intramural Sportsg Trackg Basketball B5 Science Club.
presidentg Chemistry C'ubg k'The Red Mill", "The Firefly".
ANN WHITING: Quill Ei Scrollg National Honor Societyg
Sportsmanship. secretaryg Senior class vlcefpresidzntg Girls' Glee
Clubg Intramural Sportfg Cheerleader. Cyno ure BifWeeldy.
distribution staff. desk editorg Pep C'ub. secretary. G.A.C.g
Harlequing Thespian II. "The Red Mill", 'LTh: Firefly". danceg
KAREN WILK: IIo.ird of Pulwlieationsg Speech
Festivalg Quill C? Serollg Natzonal Honor Soeietyg
Srortsntansliipg Band, flute quartetg Orchestrag Intra'
mural Srortsg Gheerle1iderQ Delwate Squadg Cyitosure
Annual, junior-sophomore cofeditor, editorfin-ehiefg
Pep Glulwg G.A.C,g 'I'riroIit.ing Girls' State, delcgateg
"TIN Mireru, eastg "The Red Mill", orchestra.
MARILYN WILLIAMS: Ilandg Girls' Glee Clulwg
Intran'ural Sports: Gyroiure IIifWeekly, distrilwution
rtaillig Pep Cliihg G.A,C.g F.H,A.g Harleqinng "The
Firefly". elzorus. produetzon statfg "The Misern. A"I'he
Red Mill", production staffs.
RICHARD WILSCIN: Ilandg Boys' Glee Club: Intra-
mural Syortsg Science Club, trcasurerg Photo Cluhg
"The Firefly", el-orusg "The Late Christopher I3ean",
Somewhere there's music?
RICHARD WOOIJWARD: Intramural Sportsg "One Foot in
Heaven", I'The Late Christopher Bean", production staffs.
EVELYN YAEGER: Coiopg Girls' Gfee Clulwg Intr.unur.il
Srortsg Thcspian I.
VIULET YOUNG: Cofopg Intrainural Sportsg Pep Glulwg
GLADYS ZEEII: Entered from Goodrich, North Dakotag Coop.
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"We belong" is the only way to describe the 293 juniors in this
year's class. As sophomores, we spent a large part of our time getting
acquainted with our new teachers, exploring all the corners of the high
school, and meeting our classmates. As juniors We were "oldftimers"
at school, and started our junior year as a group instead of as individuals.
The juniors this year have belonged to and taken an active part in
all the extra-curricular activities. The leading female role in the all'
school play was dramatized by Lois Ivers, who also starred in the one'
acts. "The Firefly" saw many of the juniors singing in the chorus or
playing in the orchestra. Audrey Puckering portrayed a French maid
in the operetta, and the role of an elderly gentleman who charmed the
ladies was successfully done by jack Kuppich.
Football, basketball, track, hockey, and the swimming teams were
provided with plenty of talent from the juniors, as the number of boys
sporting letter sweaters will prove. The girls also took part in sports,
and Anna Camp's basketball team, the "Chimps," rolled up a record of
seven wins and no losses by beating the famous "Kigmies" in the playoffs.
We are all proud of James Norris, better known to us as "Sam,"
for being elected 1954 state Student Council president. Sam has been
active in all student council activities and for the past year has held the
position of treasurer in our own student council.
Last fall, under the guidance of our class ofIicersfDick Eggan,
George Platt, Lois Williams, and jack Gilbertffwe began our fund'
raising campaign to raise money to make the .luniorfSenior Prom a big
success. We sold h'Midget" buttons, sponsored dances at 'iBig Ben"
after basketball games, and held a dance at the conclusion of the Tournaf
ment games in March.
Dick Eggan, President
George Platt, VicefP1'esident
Lois Williams, Secretary
jack Gilbert, 'Treasurer
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We, the sophomores of 1954, had many
pleasant surprises in our first year at Fargo High.
At first it seemed as if we'd never get over the
humiliation of being the h'Little People". But
now, thinking back over our "Big lviomentsw,
Fargo High isn't such a had place at all. The
sophomore class was represented in every
activity in school.
Our class officers had the "l'rainstorm" to sell
candy during lunch hour. Our class also
sponsored two dances, which a great numher
attended. Roy Sinillie and Sharon Elliott were
elected as our student council spokesmen. Our
adviser was Mr. Melvey, and to him goes a
vote of thanks. f
Somehow, now that we have completed a year ar
at Fargo High, the next two years look pretty
good to us. Because of that indeiinahle nsomef
thing" which wells up when all of us seniors,
juniors. and sophomores'-sing "Alma lviateru,
we now feel that we belong.
, . President Nm
Dick johnson. . .
Eleanor Herzog. Vicefpresident
. . .Secretary
Judy Shafer .... . -
Gerald Johanson. . . Treasurer
An Overview of the Y ear 1953-54
As the leaves began to turn and a dying summer ushered in September, the students were gripped with
the usual anticipation and excitement that the beginning of a school year brings. We were eager to see our
friends, teachers, and new schedules. Football frenzy held us, and we cheered and screamed for the purple
and white. At first our team was the conqueror, but as the beautiful fall days slipped away, so did the
victories. By the time winter again held North Dakota in her icy grasp, we were ready to settle down to
the business of the year.
The work on publications began in earnest. Clubs reorganized, and the school settled into its familiar
pattern. Classes became increasingly more difficult, and the school books went home at night.
If our winter was cold, the political scene was anything but cold. McCarthyism rose in the land.
Everywhere people were debating the merits of his investigating committee. The culmination was Mc'
Carthy's quarrel with the army. This was an issue about which no one could remain apathetic. The new
Eisenhower administration came in for much criticism. Some people began to feel that they didn't like Ike.
In the agricultural states, protests went up over Secretary of Agriculture, Ezra T. Benson's policies. The
political parties looked to the 1954 November elections. T
On the cultural side, Fargo was very privileged to have the lyceum attraction, "john Brown's Body".
This was an adaptation of Stephen Vincent Benet's poem, acted by Anne Baxter, Tyrone Power, and Ray'
mond Massey. Many other excellent programs were brought to the community by the colleges. Among
these were Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians,Syzmon Goldberg, violinist, and the Royal Winnipeg Ballet.
Music from talent in our own area was provided by the FargofMoorhead Symphony Orchestra. They
played such works as "Peter and the Wolf", Prokofiefg "Symphony No. 2", Brahms, Don juan Overture",
Straussg "Egmont Overture", Beethoven.
On the national scene Sadler's Wells Ballet toured the nation and was widely acclaimed. A little
French dancer, Jeanmarie, infatuated audiences with her performance of "The Girl in the Pink Tights". The
Metropolitan Opera had another successful season. They went on tour and came to Minneapolis with their
performances of Faust, "La Forzia del Sentio", "Lucia de Lammermoorn, and "The Marriage of Figaro".
The Met also broadcast a radio program every Saturday afternoon. An old master of music, Aturo Tos'
canni, laid down his baton at the age of eightyfseven.
On the side of lighter entertainment, the movies were having a bad time. Television, the modern wonder
worker, was in its heyday. People dug deep into their piggy banks to be able to purhcase a set. Neverthef
less, cinema managed to put out some fine attractions. "From Here to Eternity", a war story by James
jones, won the Academy Award. Frank Sinatra and Donna Reed both turned in such excellent performances
in this Elm that they won Academy Awards for best supporting roles. But the actress of the year was a
widefeyed newcomer to the United States Elm industry, Audrey Hepburn. For her role in "Roman Holidayf
she won the Academy Award. But she didn't confine her talents only to the screen. On Broadway she
starred in the play, "Ondine". Audrey had the golden touch, because this play won the Antoinette Perry
Award, which is Broadway's Academy Award.
The record machines and juke boxes played "You, You, You", "Song from Moulin Rouge", "Ebbtide"f
"Ricochet", "Make Love to Me", "I Get So Lonely", Vaya Con Dios", and the song made popular by one
of the best new singers, Eddie Fisher, "O Mein Papa". Glenn Miller music enjoyed a revival with the film
"The Glenn Miller Story". Everybody was "in the mood" again. Another musical star whose biography
was filmed was Eddie Cantor. A sexy, huskyfvoiced singer, Eartha Kitt, fascinated audiences with her
recordings of "Santa Baby", "Somebody Bad Stole De Wedding Bell", and "Lovin Spree". k
Our athletes donned the new lavender basketball uniforms and began to dribble, pass, and shoot.
Everyone's Friday night was taken up with a basketball game. Our loyal rooters even went so far as
follow the team to Valley City and, because of North Dakota's unpredictable weather, were stranded
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Colored lights began to appear on the stores downtown as Fargo welcomed the Christmas season. For
some the holidays promised excitement, for others, a long needed rest. As always, the season filled everyone
with the special magic of anticipation. It seemed those two weeks of vacation took wings, for they ended
Back to school and back to the feverish rsuhing around to try to accomplish something. Many forward'
looking seniors planned to take the College Boards given in January and March. Several students had already
chosen their college, and Miss Ramstad was kept busy filling out transcripts for the various colleges.
The debate team attended several meets, debating the question, "Resolved that the President of the
U. S. should be elected by direct vote of the people". They climaxed their year by winning the State Debate
Tournament, an honor which a Fargo team had not received for many years.
Our Fargo High boys did very well in the swimming pool, and the swim team chalked up another
successful year with many record breakers. The hockey team didn't have as good luck. Blame it to the
At the end of February, Fargo High put on the operetta "The Firefly". It was one of the best high'
school productions ever seen in this town, a very professional job. The whole school was behind this prof
duction, from the costumers, painters, and musicians to the understudies and the leads.
While we were wrapped in our own little world, the outside world was in a state of uneasiness. The
truce in Korea was shaky, and Rhee was unhappy and agitating for another war. Bitter fighting raged in
Indochina, as the world looked helplessly and hopelessly on. On the border of Israel there was a constant
turmoil between the Jews and the Arabs. In Egypt, Farouk was ousted and General Naguib took the reins.
He, too, had his troubles with officers in his army who felt they should run the government.
The FargofMoorhead Open Forum did a great deal toward bringing the world to Fargo. Among the
distinguished speakers this year were Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and Mr. Levin, Israeli diplomat.
City politics occupied our attention. The question whether to fluoridate or not to fluoridate was a
burning issue. The people of Fargo saw fit to retain fluoridation. In the same election the Fargo voters
chose Herschel Lashkowitz to be our new mayor. The race between Mr. Lashkowitz and Mr. Toussaint
was very close and exciting. Our elections proved to us that city politics can be extremely interesting.
The month of March brought bitter cold weather and basketball tournaments. At our Eastern Division
Tournament, Fargo was beaten in a thrilling game with Devils Lake. No one realized that we were going
to lose until the last few seconds, the game was really close. Although the Fargo team didn't have a state
berth, many Fargo High students went to Grand Forks to attend the State Tournament. The victor and
state champ was Wahpeton.
Other spring events were the Science Fair and the Press Conference. Both the District and the State
Science Fairs were held in Fargo. Many projects were entered, and the science department had a right to
be proud of a fine show. The Press Conference was held in Grand Forks on May 11. The editors and
business managers of the 195455 publications attended.
The year would not have been complete without mention of the dramatics department. In the beginning
of the year, the play "One Foot in Heaven" was produced. After the operetta came the onefact plays. This
year Fargo put on three, and "The Taming of the Shrew" was chosen to represent Fargo High at Grand Forks.
The final effort was the senior class play, "The Late Christopher Bean".
A few other events which had a great influence on us were: the new, more powerful HfBomb was
developed, Marilyn Monroe became Mrs. Joe DiMaggio, and the school decided to have a closed lunch hour.
Q With the coming of balmy breezes and cotton dresses came the realization for the seniors that this was the
end. A sort of slow sadness crept over us as the days progressed. No more would we walk through the halls
of Fargo High, or sit in the senior section, or sing with gusto "We are the seniors", or play at afterfschool
games, or cheer a Fargo High team, or dance at Canteen, or autograph class pictures, or sing in A Cappella, or
go to vocal festivals, or attend tournaments. The golden days were slipping by to be gone forever. There
were Senior Skip Day, Baccalaureate, and finally after exams were over and textbooks closed, Graduation.
Goodbye school year 195354 and welcome summer.
' On: hundred eleven
Quality Pastry Shop
Bergstrom Es? Crowe Furniture Company
Knight Printing Company
Luger Furniture Company
R E? G Bootery'
Warner and Company'
Homer S. Thune, Photographer'
Epko Film Service, Inc."
Fargo Linoleum Company, Inc.'
Midland Hospital Supply, Inc.
Globe Clothing Store'
The Bison and Fort Hotels'
Shotwell Floral Company
Northern States Power Company'
Dakota National Bank
j The Store Without A Name'
Carlisle E99 Bristol'
O. J. deLendrecie Company"
' ' Each star means an additional SS.
L. G. Pratt Company'
Gaffaney's Ofrice Specialties Company, Inc.
Midwest Supply Company'
Northern School Supply Company'
Oscar H. Kjorlie Company
Fargo Lodge No. 260 BPO Elks'
First National Bank and Trust Company'
First Federal Savings and
Interstate Seed and Grain Company"
Standard Oil Company'
Moody's Department Store
Dutch Maid Fountain Grill
Matt Siegel Clothing Co.
We of the 1954 Annual Staff wish to express our sincere gratitude to the Dakota
Craftco Company for cover manufacture, all local photographers and supply companies
X Xyhoto Engraving Company for engraving, Pierce Printing Company for printing, the
V for their cofoperation, Mr. Arthur Nelson, Mr. Skonnord, and Miss Eikenes for their
I - assistance, guidance, and cofoperation.
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