Fergus Falls High School - Otter Tales Yearbook (Fergus Falls, MN)

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Sundberg, Bob Montroy. 4th row-Wilbur Ross, Coach Gustafson, l-lead Coach Qhde, Coach Engquist, Fisher. L5 cafton Every gradua n char r Zed by son1 CCIHI 11 ec ool 1 e be ICVC at t e f1HC1p3l COHtf1 u IOD Cla as ee the developrne a letes e een a ge respo S1 le or t IS achlevernent o 0 M7 0 have true sportsma 1 e rnanner attled or Fergus a n fl IYOH on e ketba 0 n on trac we dedlc th1S boo Nfl' ' ,L ' tie elaeeis ae- te i e sp ' interest A - h l'fe. W1 1' th h p ' ' 'h t' of the ee of I94I h h h Ht of eeheel spirNg and that the Qtter th hav h 1 r ly n- 'b f h' ' . T th se h in n- l'k b f F lle e the g 'd' . th bas llfl er, e d the ,keeev ' ate ' k. Ari igggja, '31 .,,..-, -.....-.., ,,.,..:f.-,....,,n ,...- ,W ......n.-., f-.,,,-.....,-S, v - --'Vmfwf-al-mmf H, . xnk N WS - I O 'ZSCUO 'Z Fannhar scenes? XQ5. 'Throughout THE CUTTER it is our aim to catch and to portray a candid review of life as We know it in Fergus Falls. We hope that in future years this record will serve to remind you of the fieasant expedences of your school days. f f HUHIIHISTHHTIUH HCTIVITIES SUHUUL LIFE V SPORTS an 1 I. Il. CLHSSES III. IV. x X. x. s 'X-r -is-'Ya' fm 1 y HDIHIHISTRHTIUH Suoeriswfsmdem Q? Silvio? MR. L50 H. DOMINICK I P" 'raps MR. EDWARD W. BECHTEL S L L V HDHIIHISTHHTIUH 1 K1 S I E 1 I aL ,,,. -, 1 v""7n Seated, leff To right: L. H. Dominick, E. C. Beimer, Dr. V. J. Eosfmcm, A. A. Vollbrecht, Mrs. F. C. Barnes, Dr. A. L. F. Woylonder, C. J. Witrbecker U01 fx, 11 'VY 4.zx Sv. CLHSSES W9 466 -if If The coveted prize tor the most original skit presented at the "Otter Follies of l94l' is won by the FVSSlWfT'9i1. Thei' presentation entitled "Art for Arts Sake" stars Marcellc: Lee, Ellery Roberts and Donald Larson, Tom-foolery and horse play initiated the new class otlicersr Donald Larson, President, Mardelle Brandon, Vice- Pref identq Dorothy Nelson, Secretary, and Charles Bullock, Treasu rer. On the same program Miss Midthun,, Miss Larson and Mr. Haaoy, the new teachers, were put through the paces ot becoming bona fide nienibers al the Vfashington Junior' High Faculty. Selected as The outstanding girl and boy Mardeile Brandon and Donald Larson. The class is advised by Miss Williams and Mr. Pushing. U21 ivan f-- al Q0 38' N-f an -as W6 " rag.. an .34 'v ff . V-7 SUPHUWUHES When you 'e adding up the scores tor athletic contests, don't forget the sophomores are represented, lor the roster ol athletes includes: Lyle Iliff, Charles Holzmer, Glenn Johnson, and Duane Windmiller. And in the verbal fray better known as debate Barbara Borke, Mary Lois Rulitson, and Connie Trosvig add their strength. Cleo Slettede wins artistic distinction with her timely cartoons in each issue of The Otte r, while Glenn Johnson and Eleanor Beimer contribute to its columns. Musically, well, they'll hold their own with any class. Marilyn Svvenneby, president, Gordon Sanders, vice president, Kathleen Sullivan, secretary, Lucille Davenport, treas- urer, Mary Lois Rulitson, James Haugen, Glenn Johnson, Student Council representatives. The advisors: Miss Helen Franko- viz and Miss Winnitred Nichols. U31 'N 'IJ 'MR 5 3' x 3 ' 1? -er L-sox un L Aman Top row!-lrviiv Au:-1, Violet Alstrid, lrf'n-- Anile-rson, .lulinn Anil:-rson, I.n-l:in4l .Xnrln-rson, I.:-ltiv Lou .Xnrli-rson, liixvilli- iXiirlvrsozi, Orlin .x!l1l!'l'S0ll, Phyllis. n rl Xndi-rson VV:u'ra-n Arziskog, Edna. Ash, Milton Iivrp.:e-rson, Flor-mn-v Ili-i-gm-iifi, Ruth liji rklun . Ss-cond row-I!-u'h:n':i Dann. Sylvia llvllln-ook, .Xlvin IM- XY:1ld. M:n'i.::li'n-l Dillon, ldvvlyn Ih':ii.:'vi', Olaf lnzixivn, Floyd l,lll'll0NV. .li-:in lilvliiizliziiisi-ii. li1Hl+ nf-y Ehersviller, John Henry Hide, Geraldine Elliott, Betty Ends-rson, Hi-ii-n liris-kson. Phyllis l-'ziluirun , Third row-Frzink flrunilnmn, Sylvia Hnzivv. XY:u'ren HZiLfLYSll'lTlll. lirlwai-rl H1llli'l'. liosvnixiry Hzilli-ll, Iloniilrl Hzilvvrson, l:ill'lHll'2l HillYS1lIl, liilwin Hanson Doris x-larry, VYall:ir'o Harry, Irene Haukos, Fri-drir' Hvnkes. .Xlplm Hoff, livtly .loam Holm-hkiss. Fourth row-Muriel Krog, Alina Landln-111, Mary l,:mg.rvn. I!vrn:ii'rl lm l'Izintv, lulwilioi' l,:ii'son. Iiinlwri liurson, l-'i-rn lA2ll'SUll, .lolin lmrson, Lorrziini J P ' 1 In-aluo, Marvin l,v:il-o, Gordon In-of, l-hip.:vn'- I.:-in, Uleon lm Mont, lwlty Livll. Fifth row-Opal Mi0kvllrer,i.:. Gizmo Moltf-r, Rolwrt Montroy, Slunlw-5' Morrill. l-Ile-:mor Ne-lson, .l:nnii'-- N'-Ison, Slvllri Nelson, Nlzirii- Ni-iinuui, XV:iyriv Ni-ii mann, VN':ilI:u'i- Newton, .Xiulr-Ay Norlulifl, K+-ith Norlanil, lrlinui' Olson. 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IIf'Ix-"' Ill:-ue I 1 I Y I ROBERT ADAMSONfBob uses genuine courtesy vvhwdn vveorg VVS IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .,N. "", II. 61 PAUL ALDEN-He has ci siniling voice. l.:iI':i5-'It--. Mimi.: lflmll-:ill Il: lhisli-riliqill ill Il llili i iiiii il lll CLARENCE ANDERSON - Girls nay beckon, girls may wink, hut I don't gixe thent ci tumble. l". .X.. Svvli-irliy '1", 'l'l'--'isili I l'l. l"'-.s- i- '-in ll. EILEEN ANDERSON--Lite deals iglxily - , with those who deal Lindy wtn it '3 p A 1' 12 JACQUELINE ANDERSON-Jackie not only has common sense, she knows hovx to use it chariningly. l-lilllnx' Nlllllttls lnitiiiiis ill. li: 'l'i'-:isiii-fi lunim' iiissit-:il I.-fziqiiv ll: .liiniur Ulziss l'lwx' llriin-i Vliill "'l lil ii' Hi--li--six-:i 321' ill: l,lI4-l':it'y l'liili ill: N:il,im:il lllllltll' Siu- . . .. ,, Vit-ly' Ill. il: .Xlml1:il:lllI--I bint! A. ill. ll. l'Il:u Sigma l'l1l .Xxx'.ii'il MILDRED ANDERSON'-Nature tried 'Q obscure her by calling her Anderson. iltlfr Ylwfl' lll li' Iilli"ii'x l'liili ZI"I .l-ww lmlisiiz itil. OLETTA ANDERSON-She has that op timistic outlook on life. l,illl':ii'y iliili ill. ll. HAROLD BAGLIEN-He ntaiors in alibi- ology. iiziliil 'lx Kill BETTY BAILEY-There's a captivating twinkle in her eye. l'll1DI'llS '!1l, ill. ll: l,:iiin Vlull 'hz I,iivi'-:ry 1'l'ill lll, ll: fl. .X. .X. Ilfl. ill. ll: Nllisii' i'lixli Ill. ll: l'w'p l'lllll El' ll1'1'l.llllIlll1-ll itil: Imm- iinirril itil, lil. ll, CHARLES BECK-We like Charles Fa. his unpretentious way ol accomplishing the pretentious. lwnlll-:.ll .N, .,.l, lll. lttlslullmll ..x, ..l. l . l s 'l'i"i4'l' ll' ll' lllllltbl' l'l:uss l'l:ix3 li-imi u . x . . . . 1 f 5 i Alixwl in-itll ii: Nriliuuul ill-nur Sn.--.-ri intl x' i' xx W lillllll 'l'ln-spiuli: lli'4'l1-'siivi Zh. iiii 1'lnnl.4 itil. ill, ll: Nlusii- l'lull: Imys Hi-i.-2 li: ll: S--ni-n i'i:iss l'l:iy: Km 4 2 . - .Xxx:ii'tl. EUGENE BElMERHl'le has eyelashes r' 2 e that could sweep the cobwebs from any girls heart. l:!l'l1l .Zil. ill. ll: lmll--1111:-l1's Vliilt Zl!l.' llzis- ki-lll:ill Sill. lil. Il: lylllllllilll Jill. lll, ll: 'l'l':u'lx lil. lll. lli N:-llulizll llilllol' Sm-it-I5 lll. ll. BARBARA BENSON-lt's diflcult to think singly of Barbara. l'll1ll'llS itll. lil: Xliisii i'liiIl ill: lli'-'li--sim itil. llI'JIlIl'l l'liilv lil. ll: 'l'lii-splzinj .limi-mi' Vliss l'l:i5: Si-vi'-I.ii'5 S-'lllill' t'l:issI Ni- izinml llun-li' Siwii-ip tl. ELLA BENSON-fVVhen youre lfarply smile, but when youre sad grin. 'Iii "N "l ill il' Xl'i"' 4"lill llI'i'lll'r I . . ..., . . . xi '- l,:iillll'li1ll lil, il. MARIAN BERGERUD'-'Fentinine-but so ladylilce about it. f'lllllll:- 'I'-, ll! ROBERT BERGERUDAH is certain he will sell because he has quality goods. llwii-l ll: liliiwiiiiilitil ll: Xliisi- 1'li1ll Il. HARRIET BERGLUND Of ntildes' rua' ner and gentlest heart. lilli IIN l'llil ll' l'lliix l'li1'l "V llllIl'lltli4'll ,':' u,,. ..-., . Iifil DORIS BERGMANfThe solid, earthy type which is substantially necessary in the plan ot things. I fini.-1-sim' ii. BERDELL BERGNER-Her words are cushioned with laughter. Orc-lwstrzm RX. 351, ill. tl: Music' fwlllll lil. lil: l,itn'u.ry Club 41. DORIS BESTIC-Contentment is the background of character. U71 ,A Q6 'r Q gf gtznidii '? il! ,gp iii 45 . T181 DONALD BJORKLUND Men, like bulf lc1Ts, go TarThosT vvhen They are smooth' CST. ,Qi-il E-.-.::. Hi-:uni Iiqiiiil 11. PAUL BLIKSTAD-ld i'aThei' be 'iQhT than be presidenTfvvoil, aImosT. trivia'-sli:i .NJ .liiiiiur tiziss IT: 5. 50'lllUI' i'..l-s l'i:iAI In--iiii:i l'Ti1ii IIT. il: 'I'iu-siii.m: Xliisl: 4'li1li I", Ill Vliurlls LH. il: lliq s' lliiil 113 xllXi'if4H'Ivi ilzirii.,-split I". li: liuiilmll IH. III llziski-llvill llll llilixiiiliirzil T'-. li: litivlx Ill, il. KATHRYN BOEK-'She VCT only lisTCns well, she sounds well. LORRAINNE BOEK-Quiet, unruffled, alvvc-55 'he same. ALICE BOEN Theres a pleasure in ar- 'isTic pains That none but arTisTs know. ..:lii1i:.x Viiiii fill. li-. MARIAN BORCKeGood cheer is no hindrance To a good life. 1'lim'1:s Tift ill. II: Uivliirslni TTI. -Ll: Music vim, iw. ii. BEVERLY BOYUM-There'll always be a bevy of boys around Boyum. IPi':im'i l'I11T, Ili' IH Tl' 1'hm'1is 'U' H" Mlm- vim. rw. 'wg iz. .xf .x. :auf ' EARLO BOYUM-l-le rafes four sTars vvlTh The 4l'l. 'FIJIVLQQ I". lx X CONSTANCE BRIETENBAUCH- A flow of vvords buf a well of knowledge for . . fi.. 151. supply. InIr':ainu1':4l HN, ISU: ITIYITIIJI l'I11iv IW. IIT: 41. X X X O EDNA BROTHEN-When The roll is call- ed up yonder, I'll be IaTe. the-1-i Ie-:uivr AH, YJ: thorns I-HT, TTI, ITS Miisii- Club 1:10, -Trl, H3 'I in-sphm: S1-inim- Flzlss l'l:i5: OTTe-1' Smit' -HI: Girls' Se-xtet 411: Hind Urn-I H. LILLIAN BUCHHOLZ-The besf of dispo- siTions in The besT of friends. l,ilwi':ii'5 Vllllv ll. DORETHA BUTLER-She's nofed for her WOTTTCJUSUVGVS. K'lI4rllIr ils. 5211. TH: Ifi:ini:i Vliili ZIX. 2110, -ll: UTI'-I' Slzifl' Iiflj l74't'lHlll:lIl1Ill JN. LORRAINE CASPARS Quiet f- with sound efTecTsi Vim Uliii- Ii: Piilismiiiiuii i..I: Laitiu T'I11ii SHT: l.I!-r'::i5 l'I1iiu Ziff. BETTY CLARKEfLisTen all you gals and guys, my name is Mary Elizabeth. llnml IIN, 40. lli fi. .X. .X, SHP, ill' 4l1 lllI!':i- :ii1ii':il SIU. 10. ll: lDi':im:i 1'lll'r I-IH, -LTI. HI Xliisiv Vliih Tu. H: .luiiii-r 1'l:iss I'i:i5: S111- im 4'l'xss I'I:n52 Htlvy' ST:iI'T' ll: l'l'I! llzinfl T1 Il ROBERT CLARKE-MinuTes may fly, bells may ring, buT Bob can Talk on for- ever. MAXINE CLAUSSEN f VVebsTer musT have had Maxine in mind when he de- fined dependabilify. flTT1'!'bZ:iIT JU. TH. li. MARY CONWAY-If isn'T only The lilf of her Irish laughter. T'iiui'i1s ll' IH-lv Uliilw Tl' XIi1'i' Ciiil 11 . . '..b4 ". BERNICE DANIELSON-A liTTle bit of salt but mosfly sugar. LUCILLE DEGNER--l'n1 not bashtul, l':n lust thoughtful. MURIEL DERRICK-She embroiders her lite with giggles. EVA DILLON--Artistic? Dehnitely. CONRAD DOMHOLT-He has a com- fortable sense of humor that tickles without scratching. 1:.1.1.1 :::I, 111, 11. slum vim- rw, tlt, 11: 1 ll 11 1 1 ll 1 tl ll V1111' 4 Iifli "':11Q Jil. ll. 2 "im 1:1 IIT. IIN! Ilzlski-Ilvzill IIT, CIN, SIU, Ill. III I.1-II1'1'- 111vl1's l'luln 310, DORIS DOMINICK-As unpredictable as a humming bird, .I1111i111 Vlriss l'I:15: Ott.-1' Stull' Slit, llll ll. .X. .X. 'ix SEED: l11I1':i111111':1l SIN, 22113 lt1':1111s1 t'Il1l1 II. FRANCES DRAXTEN-Give to the world the best you have and the best will come back to you. l'I1 I'll' 'W IH' Nlu 'iv l'li1l1 III' I1111io1'l'l:1ss- 1 il I L ltl ll 0 Us - . . , . 5 . . R-: ,I-:1 'uv , . HJORDIS DRAXTEN-She quietly puf- sues her chosen way. I,:i1i11 Uliili Sift, Ill, ESTHER DREWS-Practical, patient and pleasant. I.IIil'JlIX t'I11l1 2:11, lvl: l'I1o1':1l Ilmuliiiu 2111: ll.11n11 'l'xvi1'li111.1' Il. EVELYN DREWSwPromise is most given when the least is said, I,iI11':11'5 lvllllv IH, ll. GAYLORD DUREN-A clever man tells a women he understands her but never tries to prove it. 'I'1':11'li Ill, ll: I"1111tl1.1Il IST, ISN. IIN. IH: Iilll'-I' ' 1 I I 11i'1"1l Pl Ill. ll: lt1':11111 'li11 Ill, I . KATHRYN .EASTWOOD I-ler .placid brow reflects a calmness that is good tor the soul. Ullr-I' SI:1l'l' HN, Ilil, IH. MARIANNE EDDY Moonlight, music-- and Marianne. ARLENE ERICKSON--Silence is the elo- guence ot discretion RICHARD ERICKSON-He plans to "say it with flowers." MILFORD ESTVOLD -Why does anyone want to call this big, brawny, basso Til- l ? ZZN. SIU. ltl. ll: Ihiys U1-tnl llt, ll: Nliisis' IIIIIII ZW, IH. ll. BETTY JANE FABIAN-A symphony of serenity. ALTA FERBER--A "novel" girl with a "novel" way. FLORENCE FOSSE-Are you you-7 I.1l11':11'y I lub ...M Ill. Y Iwmllrzill 111, llt. II. Il4l4Ix .1.l, ltt, llimiis 91 'J 46. FRANCES FOSSE--Or are you your sis- 'ef I."w 1 Vim " IU. EDNA FRONNINGwSvveet and lovely but .with great propriety. I.I'i!..!'lX Vlul- .l: I.:-iin1'li1lvIZi'. SYBILLE GADBOW If we want any 'hing "talked up," lets call on Sylnille, -I, X. X. Its: X'ii-.-1-iisnl--ni ii X. .X. 3211: I'l'l4l1Il'lII 'I X X ltr' l'i'1i1'Ii1li IIA l,:iIi1 l'IlIIl Slit, ROMAYNE GALE-'Her name reminds Qng Q4 -nusic, :ina when she speaks, you heir" 're 'neCay. 'I X X I" QI' l"5rl'lI1l- It PATTY GALENA -Heres one Pat who .WI have no trouble in finding IICI' Vilke, tldlni ilk, H", IH. III llrvlli-sllll III Xliisli- .l- Iii, II: lIi':iin:i1liili.,I, IU. II. Iri..s- '-i .-Ii.li1mi-I l'l:lSS1 Uliniils IIX Ill' Xu- iwqiii l'i5i Iinnil Slit. Ili, II: Imlill t'l1'1li- I"', EDMUND GANDERN 'Twas a long grind out I inade it. till- I' SI:iI'I Il. MARION GIORGINPA stern, old bach- elcr, JUNE GRABARKEWITZ She is a Cc'- s'udies Latin, and speaks English .that a gall 1':iE. 15:1 II". III. 131 I1-1'l:1rnI:iZIi-11 SIN: I:- 'I1l- II: Xluxsw Vlrili IH. II. MARY GRlNAGERfOne reason for :alling her Reke is that it's darn cute. il. X. X. IIN. Sift, IU, II: IIIIIJIIIIIIITII Ill. Clit, III. III In-lmiv lift. Ill. Il: I,iIi-Vzirp I'IllIl -IU: IPt':im:r CIIIIIP Zlfi, III. II: Hill-I' SI:lI'l' Ili, II: Sr-vi'-l:.ry lil' I,:lIII14'Illl- II: X'ii'i- lll'1'HlIII'IlI 1-I SVVIIIVIA Vlnss: NJIIIHIIIII lliilwx' Sm-i--IX II: Si-lllivl' Vlrlss l'I:tX. DAISY GROVEfYou can't argue with Daisy, she's always agreeable. 1'liul Us -Il. HOPE GUENTHER- Her large, sympa- 'hetic eyes seern to understand. ilinrus ..'. II. ilimiil I-.lilinu IH: Xlllsli' -II: Inlininuixil itil. STANLEY HAGEN-It isn't that Stan if taking the air but "the air" is taking Stan! JOHN HALL-School breaks up the day SO. I' I-' X -lf' Il ALONZO HANSON-Alonzo sounds as il he should be a Caballero, but Hanson indicates he's lust like us. lfm-1l.ill I!1'. IH: l':usk-All-:ill IH: lnlmnniizil "" Iii Il LUCILLE HANSONfPoise, dignity and Lucille are all synonymous. lH':1m:I l'I1Il- III: I'r'u:41':um f'IIJllI'lll1lll l7l':im:1 1'l1ll- III l,ilrr':ai'X I-'llllv Ill! l'i'+slilv7lI l.i- ln':iV5 Plulv ll: NZIIIUHIII llul1iirSm-ii-ly IU. II: .Xmnl:i'. MAE HANSON-A maiden never bold of spirit. JOHN HARDENBURG 'He buys his blushes wholesale. I' I' X 'fs in '. '..,.l.'. DORIS HARRANG-She can turn her laughter on and oft. I'mie-rv.'oorl 3911 f'II01'llS lift. -Ill, ill: Music Musif' Fluh 2410, 40, 41. .I11ui'n:1Iisn DOROTHY HARRANG She leads a carefully and well planned lite l'nfI.tt-I-,ti-nl .LM Vinnus I". In, II: Nlilsi- VIIII- 'l!'. IH. II MARY JANE HARRIS She has thy honest to goodness may-lfdoeyou-ga favor tone of voice. S " u , 'l f- 1 '--I ' I 1 .:t' "iN lt1'1'Il+-slrza 'lx ilit, Ill. II: I'IlHIllS SIN. IH. IIC lim tm II l ll I 5 illll II I Im tl III NI1lsivI'IllIi IH, II: Ximian! HARRY WINSTON Oh, vvha' is as an 'A' in June? ANN HASKELL-I-lovv lovely common things must seem to you who have such lovely eyes to see them through. l'I1-it'l1s?I!t, IH: Iltwvlil-I Illllll Ill. II: I.iI-fi:ix'5 fini, IH: NItlffl'l'I1lIr Ill: .l1rni:n'1'l:iss I'I:u5: Xnnuril. MARGARET HOLDENfNoted tor he' capability'-with the accent on ability MILA HALLOWAYfShades ot rave' and old lace you almost expect' to curtsy. VIRGIL HOLMQUIST Some pursue learning, others learn pursuing. Itnlistliillml III, IH, II. JACK HOTCHKISSfl-its waves are ng urally permanent, I'uvwIl'tIl IIN, ZITI, I", Il CLARICE HOVLAND She ips-9 thoughts to return to then- :re- I.IIlI'J'I'K Nlnl- Ii' II LINCOLN HOVLAND Good naturecl and even-tempered, just the guy to have around. IIILIi1lIllllI'f1I lix, itil, Ill, II. BERNARD INGWALD-Periods should be IO minutes longg 5 minutes to come and 5 to go. ETHEL JACOBSON-Here's one who's "jake" with everybody. DELAINE JENNE-She locks her worries deep down in a chest and then sits on the lid. IAILIII l'IuI1ZSft: OKI'-1' Stull 3510, III, Il: ui. IGEORGIANNA JENSON-She acts, she sings, and ah, she smiles. Nasir' l'IuIi fill. llt, -II: IPt':nm:1 Vluli IH, Ill L'IIlH'lIS S-lil, IH, Il: InIi'r1mur':tI Il: S.-xlv' SHI Ill. li. Mix.-it 01-lvl II: .luniur Vluss I'l:ty: I.:zlin I'IllIv 3!1': 'l'Itvspi:1n: Nation-:I Ilimm' Siwif-I5 II: SPIIIHI' Vlzuss l'I:u5. AUDREY JOHNSON-She's had same "Earl" in her Plymouth tor years. Vluh II: I,:nlin 4'IIlIt J Q i'-wr' 'liz' IPI!-tl Sl:tI'I' II, CARLTON JOHNSONfWe'll hear from him someday-and we don't mean iust that he speaks loudly. Yin-v I'r'1-sitlt-nt Yopimiximw- UMW- Qlmlt-nl idef Iwi I-tw girl the WVO IllII"lllllII'flI ?ZI', IH. II: II. X X lil II. I'-'iv IU Irli x 1 I II 1 .0 Jfs Q at I'rtllllI'II IH. II: XII St-lnml I'I::5' ZITI: .IIIIIIUV 'X Nlnss l'I:u,x: Itrznnnt t'InI- Silt: 'I'I1--spinn: Ilnml Slit. IH, II:lt1'1Iii4slr:i Ill, II: l'--if I1:tn1I ,I Slit, Ill. II: I-Ixnix1i..n':m-Inns Sr---:nlxinu Ill: , Y:tliuii'1I II1-init' S-if-itlx Ill, II: I-Iriiltvi' -vi Xnnurnli Ii:tiu:f1'It-I,1ni1i- Xxmutwl. ' ' v EDNA JOHNSONeShe's a two Way Jerson, our wa and hers. Y 1'I'u1'xIs I'ft, Ill, II: LIl'I'IIl'SII'Il REI, Ill. II: Nlllsir' l'luIv Sift, Ill, II: I.lIvi':ut'5 1'IixIi IPI. Ill, IU, Il: 41. .X. X. Slit. KATHLEEN JOHNSON-She has all the charm of an old-fashioned garden. I2 I NEVILLE JOHNSON f"' He has a classi- ".-Z lrsss 1- I I' ,:'v- I lied directory of iokes. Vilnius -11: Iiunl itil. IH. 11: I'!"liwr11:1 3151. ., 1 11 Iii Huint 1 11 1111111111111 i I1 x Int 11 1111 -im 11 Itiin 1 1l11l -It S 'v' Z" -S 'J I 'Q Il ' 1 - 4 .,., , . , -. so I4 1 I Ili. -11: Nlllali' I lull .... lt. 11. .llII11lr1 tl.i.. i"'1x' ' Hin l'liiI "'I J A WALLACE JoHNsoN Avvitm dm Peli- :an have that Fergus doesnt Wfally? lrillui-iiiuif J". 111: lfmillisill 2111. Eli: l,i'I1'l- 1:1-:il 1"'iliZ I1'iiU1-:-lliIf'. 11' WYONNE JOHNSON Winnie gets at- tention without intention. I,ilii:i:'y Vliil- ZI'I. Ill, 11:11. X. X,f1i'. III. ill, liili iiiiiii l 11' 11 I 1 liul 11 . :i Il". . I 'ii " 1 A MARGARET JORGENSON lvvas her' thsnlvrg Ct others 'nude .Cu 'hiitk Ol 411 I1 Q l'l'Il "' "' ' l'l"l" N011-1111 llvillll' 5 R X her. '1-ei.. I 31. ll: II -I Stal! 111 .Xllisiv .. 1.,..l,.iliii .. .. .. . . BEATRICE KALVIK Pleasant in al sorts ot weather. JOHN KISSINGER l reinentlber a lel- lovv in a movie one time who acted just lk 'll like ycc- re trying to. LUCILLE KNOTT' She tas'ens her every word with a thuinbtack. UI1:-1' SIJIII' ll. RUDELLA KRAMER-eFriendliness pays big dividends, and here is a girl who has been enriched. l'1pl'11il- 11: H1111 Stull' I1. ARTHUR KRONEMAN--fl favor C1 five day weekend i-'wrt-:iii ::1i. iii. ti. OWEN LANGEN-Here's o roving re- porter who isn't far oft in his calculo- tions. S1-lriul' l'l:iSs I'1'w-si4l1fnY2 .lllliinr Yin- I'l'1-si- N N x mi 1 I111 rlo-nt: .'UI1JIUlIlUl'A' .R-12-4-I-111: Itm 1 ' i 41: 'l'I1espi:m: Ifmvliaill lift, -IU: Iiuslu-tlmll 411: KJIIPI' Stuff' Ill: NI:in:iging Iicliloi' H111-1 41: Auniizil -11: .Iunim I'1:iss I'I:i5: Other Nrwsm-zast: Nntionznl IIm1m'S4wivt5. ARDYS LARSON-l'lere's o girl who is os genuine as o thumbprint. I'J4l1'l'i4'I'F I'r:iiriif -Ill. LUCILLE LINCOLN-She's nice even to people who can't do her o lovor. Iizand Jil. -III. 41: Orch:-stra 39. 40. 412 Drnnm, f'IIlIl 40. 41: Music- Uluti 411. 41: Otter Stuff 411 Ulwrus -11. MARJORIE LOOMER-You con't argue with Mariorie, she's too good notured. EMILY MCBRIDE - Gentlemen prefer blondes, but they marry brunettes. FERNE MCCOLLAR-Do your eyes both- er you? They bother. me. limiiizi I -1llt.1.I. III. 11. I.i1ii.i1p lluli IH. I1, rl X K 111' IJl'4'lJlIll 1211: 11+-lwzqtv Ill: Inter- Illllllli-11i'Il' lil'l2lll4llIS l'111lI -11. RICHARD MCKINNEY-The one thing we've got more of than the rest ol the world Qs future. LEROY MADSONWI-le almost seems to enioy studying. 'I't:u'1i 441. 11. WARREN MALONEYnThere's nothing like a debonair Irishman-to wit, to woo. 221 n EDITH MANDELKE -A A good mind guides good manners. L.lllI'IlIX l'lllll ll. BARBARA MAURIN-A classic in looks as well as in worth. Xi'-v l'r'-sl-l--nl l-'I'--sl1l:..eli Vlnss: Viv-vii' l'i'i-giil--l.l Simpltiitilixxv l'l:IssL Uilvl' Stull II", tug 1'n---.iilnr tiliiti' li: llcintl Slit, lu. ll: Ure vliitsii-it tru, in, ll: N.iii-tnfil ilnnni' S...-it-it ting X'i4-.- l'l'--sill'-nt llii1timi'Sm'1r-ly ll: l.ii-'t- 'il'x'l'iixlr""'1' X X lil ll' Ilvlvli- 'I' ll' ....s,.,.. . . fr... Si-1-iw-t:ii'5 Slliill-lil Uriiinvili .Xmiiirili Y. l". XX. AXxx:i1'rl. JERRY MELBY-Never trouble Fill rou- ble troubles you. ORVILLE MELBY--He draws everything ,but a salary. MARY MlDTHUNwThere is mellownesss in her voice as well as her personality, Clint-its IN, ll: Girls' Si-xii-L ll: IN-p Uliili llj 5lllSlt' 1'llllI lli fl, .X. .X. Ili N:lIlull:il ltnnni Snviifly ll: Alix--ti in-l-'I ll. GLADYS MILLER-Anybody can pick to pieces, but it takes brains to make a better article, ll-uni AN, ZW. Ill, ll! Pvt: l!:lltrl lll. III 01'- i-liifszlm ll: Nlilsin' Uliilu tn, lip Hill-i' Stuff ll: Lllll'JlllllIl.Il ilk: l'l:li'in--L Qimrl--I H: Nzitimiul llonur Sovivly ll. MARY MILLER-Signs of nobleness like like stars shall shine on all deservers, llil-nary l'lult 210, til, ll: Int:-rnzilimnnl Rvlzl- liunsl'I1ilv IH, ll: X:lIiim:il llrmur Sm-ivty ll. ANNA MOBRATEN-Slight but never slighted. MARILYNN MOE-Marilynn speaks em- phatically, so does her long list ot ac- complishments. lh-lmlv 2310, IU, ll: Ullvl' Stuff llig Vo-i-ililut' will-r ll: Vim- l'Vvsi4li-lil Sluilvtil Vminvil ill. llii-spiun. llrznnzn lluh .MZ l,ulii-:nrizan l'i':im:i Fliih W1 St'l'!'l'LI!l'Y llr:l111:Ll'lilli -tl: .llllllllI' Vlnss l'l:ly: Sn-uint' L'lflSS I'l:sy: 41. .X. A. Ztft, lv: I4llt'l'Ill'j' Vlulv ill: l.:ltin Uluh ISU, tl: N:11im1:nl llmmr Sm-ivtp Ili, tl: .Xu- niml: Hin Sigma 1'l1i ,Xw:it'1i. BERNICE MUSKE-l-lere's a gal who wants to take dictation, but only in shorthand. Svnim' Ilzmli ISS, itil, IH, ll: Blush' l'liil1 Sift, fill. ell: Pvp llzmii ZI'I, 10. li: l.illlll l'liilm IN. EVELYN NELSON-She's so complete- ly in tune with lite she'll never find dise cord. fJl'4'Ll+'SLI'Jl SSX Iifl. ill. tl: Nlusii- l'liih in. 115 Itil-r:1i5't'liih ll. JOYCE NELSON-She's grateful tor even the smallest things. HELEN NELSON-l-lelen's the girl who never forgets her thank-you's. I,:i.lin Uluh -lit, -11, MURIEL NELSON-Her eyebrows punce tuate her conversation with exclama- tion points. ll-l"l:m1:1tim1 IN. JERRY NESS-Jerry could sell anything from potato peelers to gold bricks. DELLA NEUBAUER-Here's a one word description of Dellaepert. EUNICE NEUMAN - Someone who needs a capable nurse will feel better to know Eunice is there. tl. ,X. .X. IW, lli, ll: l,illt'41t'x' l'luli 'yi tit' IH-p1'liilI ti: Init'-nniiii-:nl FRN, fm, tn, ttf ' MARJORIE NEWTON-Silence is her greatest art of conversation. , L 231 'Q , s 4 cgi L QE an .ag T241 THELMA NOMELAND-Yes, Fergus hos its ottroctions. Conby? f:. A. A. :ian -an. 41. OPAL NORTHNESS-A girl should hold onto her youth, but not when he's drive ing. 0111-r Sluft' -ll: Sm'ro1:ir5 :incl 'I1l'V1lSllI'1'I' ll. A. A. 350. -IU: TIlll'H!llllI'2ll Hit. -ill: I.il1r':ir3 Vlulv 411: ltrzimu l'l11l- 3551. -10. -ll: l'1'p Vlulv -ll PHOEBE NUNN-Did you ever see ony one who could roise her eyebrow so signihcontly? .lalim-i'1'l:iss l'lJI-K1 S1iiim'l'l:isf I'l:iy: Imi- im 1'll.li,I!1. lll. ll: X1i1ill:il H111-1' Stull' ilu llj IH'4'l:l!1lIll.4l1IflN. SIU: l'i11l'llllP ll. ADELINE OLSON-f Core sits lightly on her snojiiefs. L'lin:1,f i'. MAURICE OLSON A blush is becom- ,nge but oh hovv inconvenient. lhielvllfrxll Xlniitiuvr 5'l. l"I l'lIiv1l--ill Xl:1li:i- ui' 'i': lnIi'.ixniir.iI 1l.lli1-'1S1,iIl'i". VINCENT O'MEARA+He doesn't hove to stond on tiptoe becouse he's tops with everyone. l"1mIli:i!l IIN. Illl. l"Z lluslit-1lf.1ll 2210. lUZ 'l'1':i1'lx ,1i'. ill: l'l'i'si1lt't11 ul Srqiltiiriui-1+ l'I:xsQ1 .liiiiinr 1'1:i:s l'I:i,x: Intiziniixi-:il. VIVIAN PALMQUIST-Positively Chorg- edl In-4..in..i1.mi A. ...L 111. 11: I.ilin1I1iI-..N. 4 X X ll lii 11111111 il N 1 li 1 . 1.. . -i -it I. . ' . 1 . . .- . ii.. . THEODORE PAULSONiA pound of pluck is worth ct ton ot luck. l'lIlll "" ll' ll VERNON PAULSON-l-le goes in for controst. lfuullizill Jil. lll, ll! lluski-Iliztll 'li', lil. lll I.1-111-1'm:ii1's Vllllr 2211: .lllIIlU!' l'I:iss l'i'vsi- -1-Ant DORIS PERKINS-Her brown eyes ore never blue. -. A. .X ill, 11: lnli-:irnnnnl itil, 141, 11: L'-11 4' .1t- -ll. AUDREY PETERSON-She is os ethereal os the mu lli'n'lufst1':u. I-I.. .,N. .im lll. ll. lnlllll ...L YU. ll. Ulmrnis ill. 11: Striri: 13i1:ii'1-.1 Ill. 11: Xhitiil- I ll N Xl I ll sic she ploys. ixinii ljllnlii 2 .'.- 1 , LAWRENCE PETERSON-A voriety of interests scholosticolly- but romonticol- ly-. llutni SCX IZZI. ill, ll: Ul'r'li+slx':i lll. ll: l'l'IT Iinnil lil. 11: Nliisim- Uliili III. ll:1'l1fw-ll--:alle-r' KN,It11:.Illnim'l'I:iss l'l:i5: lnti irizutionsxl lb-- lulifms Vltilv 111. S1-i't'i-l:ii'5 ll: I,l'JllllIl, lilllll llv, Vim- l'v'1-sill'-nl ll: 'l'liw-s1ii:m: N:itimi:1l Ilumu' Sm-imp tll, 11: l.:ntin Club ISN, S5115 .Xrmu:4l. HELEN RIAN-She sits on the edge of suspense. MYRTLE RONNEVIK-Music hos chornts, especiolly with it's mode by Myrtle. "lull-its 141. -ll: 1lllSll' Ululi Ili. ll. ORVILLE ROSS-A mon oniong men, but mostly omong women. Xllllvlii' Xl:l1l:11.1n'r lll. ll: I"m11ll:lll IIN. Iillj l"wli1-Ilv'nll'l'l III' llll1ll11'l'l'l441'l'lX" Ilili"L x mllrnl Il . JIU, lll. ll. CONSTANCE ROSTAD-It's hord to soy cill the nice things obout Connie in one little sentence l,.-1ini'I1iI-itil:l.itf-rein l'!1tliUIQU111-1'S1:1I'l' fill: Axlw-rtisilir 5l:ix1:igv1' 0111-1' -ll: Nulimi- :ul llrir1m'Sm.in-15 Wi I'1'rsi1t"nI ut' X:iliun:.l Honor Sell-ii-ly -113 Sw-r'vt:ii'y .luniiir Flzissi Assistznit liililm' of ,xlllllllllf l7I'1llll1l Ululi SIU. 'lla -ll: 'fliesslzizuli lv. A, li. .LX5'Jll'4l. OPAL RUDSHAGEN-lf Opol held the spoon even toking cod liver oil would seem ottroctive. Ur-f'l1f'stt'.n HN: l,i1c-r:e1'5' l'l11li 311: lfilin Club lift: Ilrzuiizi Ululi 2411. 101 Il, DONALD RYAN - When you bring home the bdcon, don't forget the "Ry- on " lfuotlizill 118. 'REL 103 Ilziskvtlmll 311, 411, 413 'I'r':wk 411. 11: Studi-nt Uuxiiu-il flfll Junior Class Play. ROBERT SALVESON We like to listen to him talk-with his eyes, too, I' ll ll "" iii' 'I' ll liililisi-ii Xxviiil ll' 'iii' I'i . . . . . . . . llzislxiii-:ill 2111. Iii. il: 'l'i:ii-lx Ili, il: Nllkvll U It il' I'ix-' Uvtil -iii ii: llziiiil nm: ri -. -1, , Vliiiii- il' ii' Xliis1i'l'liiii Ili: Xie-ir I'ii-si- 1' - - 'ii ' iss ':i ' iii ki' ,i ,. ,. Hiiiiiii l'i'iss l'I:i51 lti.iiii:i l'lllll l'l1'Si1l1IlI -il' Ili- siihiii. .Xiiiii1.il. 4 RACHEL SANCO fi-lei' spirits are a-tipe toe, li, X. X. 2114. iii, ii: liiiiziiiiiiizil Slit. Ili. ii, GISELA SANTNER--l-lere's a girl who can sew and cook with the best of them, Xiiisii' i'Iiili Sift. ill. il. DOLORES SAURER- Magna Cum Laude. .liiiviiii iliss.i.il I.i,igi ii. DELWYN SCHMIDT-He knows the pre- cise psychological moment when to soy nothing. 'l'i:ii'li lil. -ll. AILEEN SEVERSON-'Red hair, yesg but not temperamental. GLENN SHA-Moybe he seems shy, but that doesn't interfere with his pitching -baseball. llliIJllllliI'll Ilfislwlluill IIN. lil. -il: llziski-llizill 'Ui lli- fl'!'i4'k -ll' Q -JOHN SHAYfHe drowns his ideas in o stream of words. I I-lzi ii 2-Sit. ilt. ii: Iii-lizitv Iii: .liininr tluss n l'i:ey: IH-yi I.:inii ill. -Il. WARREN SlEVERTABetter late than never. BYRON SNEVA-Who ever heard of a Swede having a Colleen? Y-inskiltl-:ill Slit. -iii, -H3 l"oo1li:ilI 310, lit: 'I'i':ii'k 411, -il: .XII 1'niiIvi-'iii-v I-'oiitiuiii 'l'if:ini ill: 'lf ii. .iniinsiin .Xxuiiii .HL LORIS SNOWBERGfHere's a blonde who hos everything-including Donnie. Ilzinil fZf'. lil. il: l.::lin i'i iii SCX: I,iiii':ii'3 Uliili rllt. il: il. .X. .L Sift. UI: Xliisii' Vliili 410: l'i-it llzind -iii. -il: lntr:iniiii':il lift. -ill, eil. ELEANOR SORBENvl-ler mind is like o sundial, it records only pleasantness. RUTH SPILMAN ABrisk as a broom. il. A. .X. Z-IU. Ili: lllll'1llIllll'Illflll.-lil.'llI I,:i1in Vliiii 'IN iff: I,ii-i-:ity i'liil- Sift. ill. il: l'i-if Viiilv ll: Vlioiiis Iiii, ill. il: Niiisii- lliiii 'ln' iii. JANE SPRAGUEfJane has that well dressed look which she herself has de- signed. lhinii Ilfi. ill. il: l in-riis nit, ill. ii. I--ii l..inil Tift. ill, Il: Xliisii- Ulnii ill, ii: lPi':ini:i Uliiii lil. ii: .limit-i' Plxiss i'l:i5: 'I'lii-spi-iii: Ili-:iss Quint-l 'll'. li: iinrn igiizii-tit -tl: Girls' Si-X14-I ll. KATHRYN SQUlRESfNumbei' please? tl. .L X,i:1': I,ii-i-:ii-5 Vliiii ll: I'i1ii'li1ii.11, PAULINE STEIN4-lei' hair catches the sun- light and her smile reflects it. I.ilii'zii'5 Viiili in, ll. ALDA MAE STEINERfYou can read her expressive face like a book and it makes good reading. I.i!n':ii5 Uliiii iii, 11. VICTOR STOKHAUG-The sun adds ruddiness to complexion and ci glow to the disposition. Inli':1ln1ii':il CW. i251 qv ,fv- Jn 3 ag N an '38 415 use A 558 lv .-K" ,sas 96 V27 GAYLORD STRISSEL-F. F. H. S.'s tore! most exponent of "sox" opeol. llzind 38, 39, 40, ill: fjl'k'll!'SLl'1l 38. iltl, 10, National Honor Society VIII, ll: Si-i-iwlrni-5 National Honor Sovii-ly til: Music Ulub flil, 10. 413 Otte-r Stuff ill: lliisini-as Nlzinugi-r Ottvr -ll: l'i-iw Iiunii Ilfl, I0, Il: Anniiqil, EVELYN THALMANN-Definitely not Opposed to hoving o good time. Latin Club SIR. flfl: I.ibr:i1-y Uliib Ilia, ill, II: Music' i'lub RSI, 10, ll3Oi'0lii-sll'z13Z'i, '49, 10, ll. HELEN THUNSELLE-lt Helen ever spoke loudly ever her echo would run. l,ibr:iry Lqlllll Ilil. Ill: SiAiI'1Ai:Il'y l.iIur:ot'y i'Iiib II. GLEN TJADENfAw girls-loy ofteI'm iust not the romontic type. lfiinllmll IIN: lntr:iiniii':iI ZH, ill. DEAN TOMHAVE-I-lere's o "deon" not only of men but olso of women. lfiifvlmill ,I'l: Inlirimiirail Sill. lll. LORRAINE TOSO--Toso is ci girl who is more thdn just soesol DORIS TOWNLEY-She burns the con- dor ot both ends. l:2lll'l Tlx, ISI, I0, II: I'i-1, l.:mil IIN, Sill. III. II: Orc-Iiisirzu JN, SCSI, III: l'Iiiii'iIs Iiil, III: llr:im:i Iflixb II: Nuliimril Iliinin' Sin-ii-lp II, Nlusji- l'Iiib Ilia, Iii, ll. KENNETH TROSVIG-There's something obout his corrioige thot is tine, ine, finel Milli ..l. Ill, 41. LUCILLE TUFTE-nln spite of the lczc' ?hot she's unobtrusive, she'll olvvoys he no- ticed I,iIii':iii 1'llIlI ln, Ilj lllii-' still. CHARLES UNDERWOODeHe's the boy we "clocked oround" with, ond vve still wonder hovv he gets time for it cill. l"ixiIlli:lll lil. ll: ll.Islii-lllrill Ill, Zlil, III, Ili Iiiniin I Ii llii illl 1 Nl ill I III Ili . "':ss ':.3 i-',':'IIf. :"--s- pizin: ilrziinzi i'IiiI-: .xllllllillf Sliiilifnl l'iillII- :'iI itil, lil: l,lI'Sl4l4'lll Slllflvlli l'4llIlll'll II: Svniin- Hines l'l:ii' . ALICE UTNEfln size she's ot the foot oi the closs, but vvho's ot the head? l'l1in'lls fill, III: 42. X. .X. Zlil, lil, Ili N'iliirII:i llill1iiI'Nli'li-I5 Ill. II, 'lil--i FIJI: III. II. .Xiinimlz l'i-in i'liib II: 'I'i'i-:isiir--I' llli Silpliii- Iimri- i'l:iss. MARGARET VOREflvIorgie's the kind ot o girl with the kind ot o vvciy you never con forget-or vvcint to. Il. ,X. .X. Fifi. lil: l'll4ll'llS lift. Ill. MARION WEAVER - It glonces tell stories then Morion's eyes untold o seriol. ii. .X, X. ,I'l, .Il, II: Ili-iI:un:iIiiin ',.l. III. EVELYN WEGNER-She hos o toll, dig- nified kind ot humility. RUSSEL WESTOVER-There is much bigness obout Russ, but the biggest is his smile. Hand Ilfl, Ill, -ll: Uborus '10, II: lioys' Oi'- tiitti- ll: Mix:-rl Uviihtli- Il: .luniur Uluss Play Ill: lIlil'JllllllI'2Il 310: Nliisir- l'Iiib III, il. WESLEY WlNDMlLLERYHe reminds me of nothing so much os o thoroughbred. Football 37. 352. Clfl, Ill: All 1'nnI'i riini-v 'I'i-:lm 40: All Slate Timm lil: llziski-tlmll Iili, Zlil, lil, 41: All llistrint 'Fi-:ini SEI, llll: .XII lii-fxirmsil Team 39: W. IJ. lirumz Award 40, 41: Lut- terman's Club 3!l: Track 38, 39, 40, 41. LOIS WISNAES-Let me moke the music of o people, I core not who mokes the lows. Orrthrzstra 38, Zlfl, -III, Ulmrus SEX, Ilfl, 40, 415 llriuna l'Iub 39, Ill: String Qiiurii-L 10:011- vsrettn 3X3 Glasgow, Monl:m:L. ROBERT WRAHLSTAD-Why do we think he ought to be good-ncitured? I"o0Lb:1II 38, 41: liusketball 359, 40: .Iiinior Uluss Play: 'I'mf'k '39, 40: Student fioiinrril 150: lntrsuniiml 38, -11. . V .,, I N ny v CQ" , ,J 9 n HCTIVITIES . -A . . ..,:, -4-gf, I 'L -v. wht 2, gif. 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C',5.fg'f--3.-1. A, ., , "- "-'.-i::--:gbf2::f.fg5,a,fa,-,1,:,-., " fs 'I ' JA -' f'."f",T.'-Lf5.i132'Ls"L',rag." M... . W - ,.',A'Jnf-:'-Qilefw---. 1- ww.:.j.1,x-5-1-,fl-.-'mg-, ,M " "'-Q -11,-51-5 --f,.z:,1451.-11ff,:q-qyv....,,, - 1 ff -:v::--'-r-:',1.,:4,1, :xgy - '-:'.-.Ap ,, , - H H V .k.4 ..,.. lf, ...,,... .. - E2:iff....a aegeuiffv- tar '-vf-.1.-mf-JL -c.:--..... V .Q-:Q f- , N .--fy.-sr, '5l', :f' JJ' .-5" ,i J' 4" 'v CONCERT BHHD 'The comer? iiofo is oiwox 5 reod cmd wihim To D50 or o mo'hemT's noficef' so 5 Mr. Frank C Hedlumd, director, K Y U , Y Y Ths bond, The Senior hicnh school bond, is Wm demfwd to Dio CV6T'fWTT6!'S. The To ed for the Jo 'Cee Afhletic Bom uef, , . Y Y Y F3 Y Y T The Chomber of Cofrxmerce, The Com Fesiivcd, cmd cohwoccxrioms. A few of The X'LJV'TC5T'S The bored pfovs ore: "JOIN Robbers Qver+Ure" by Suppe, "Fc1ires1 of The Foiru by Sousog "Guzzi: cw Corsi" by PUNT: SeTec'Tors from Tim-1h::gSe"p uni "Uwe BS? cf Pop," c: humorous variation of "Pop Goes The 'Weczse The bond plays The fczwous "3'w.'oCc1'mo:w of fiwberichn from 'Dos Reihgold' by Richard Wogxwer for The music CCVTTEST. U91 IHHHCHIHG Bl-lllll I i Myrtle Monthei, drum moiorette, F KVK, steps of? o measure with the Murch- ' 13" ing Bond in the Homecoming Por- d 4 ode on October 4. I I Here ore six tooters who know how to toot, ond there's proof of it engroved on the bond tro- phy. Standing, Lucille Willer, Jane Sprague, and Myrtle Montheig seated, Rodney Ebersviller, Neville Johnson, and Arthur Sethre. lHE Cllllllllllfll CUHCEHT BHHD l U ,I UHCHESTHH New tyrnpani were added to the orchestra this yearl Their first public appearance was on March 7, when the orchestra and band gave a concert. The orchestra played only one piece, l-laydn's "Syr'nphonie Militairen in Three movements. The orchestra has made several appearances this year, playing al a convocation, for the class plays and appearing in the conlesf Concert. This year for The music contest the orchestra played The "Adagio Palheliaueu by Beni. Godard. "Bass Viol l94l" is engraved on the orchestra trophy because they were rhis year's best section. Left To right: Barbara Maurin and Phyllis Anderson. H CHPELLH UHUIH Christmas and the Vesper Concertl Two ot the most anticipated events, and they come at one time. On Sunday, December 22, the a capella choir under the direction of Mr, Frank l-ledlund, presented the annual Vesper Concert, The choir sang the tol- lowing sacred song: 'lo' How a Rose is Blooming", "Vigil", "Carol ot the Russian Child- ren", Uhlalleluiali to the Lord", "Beautiful Savior", and "Today There is Ringing". Other numbers at their repertoire are "Listen to the Lambs" by Dett and "Misericardias Domini" by F. Durante. The latter is for a double chorus and was sung at the music contest. Here the trophy goes to the basses as the best section in the a capella choir. Seated: Edward Budaclc, Robert Salyeson, Charles Beck, Neville Johnson and Robert Rulitson. Standing: Paul Blikstad, Arthur Sethre, Eugene Kramer, Olaf Draxton and Einar Olson, f 15'-5? 1257 fii' 3 ti l 33 , '4iiu.'-4.5 .,,t 4136 W,-wks " .N V 51 , X Y' dunk' ...Q if fl ' - I ,Q 31 L. x l 4 A 6llilS' SEXTETTE BUUS' UUTETTE The tirst public appearance of the Girls' Sextette at the Otter Follies was marked by the singing ot "Rose Marie" by Victor Herbert. The girls have sung tor many private clubs in school and out. Other numbers they sing are "Summertime" by Gershwin and their contest number, a Negro spiritual "Walk Together Children". The members are: seated-Edna Brothen, Georgana Jensen, and Audrey Peterson, standing-Marilyn Sven- neby, accompanist Florence Bergerud, June Mittelstadt, and Mary Midthun. Class plays, "Otter Follies", Drama Club, Music Club, Schumann Club, Rotary, and Their most on and on-'these are only a few of the appearances ot the Boys' Octette. popular number is a medley of plantation songs called "Cornt7eld Melodies". Their con- test selection is 'lDedication" by Franz. Left to right, the members are: sitting4Milford Estvold, Neville Johnson, Charles Beck and Richard Utne, standingfpaul Blikstad, Rus- sell Westover, Calvin Preston, and Robert Salveson. Talks on composers, musical selections, iam sessions! These all help to make up the interesting programs for the Music Club. Members ot the Band, Orchestra and Choir belong to the club, which meets on the tirst Monday of the month in the music room. Mr, Frank Hedlund is the advisor. "Maroon and Gold, we'll love you 'til we die!--." That's the Pep Band hailing the team which has iust come oft the floor, ln tact, they're a handy group to have around where pep needs to be supplied. lllUSlll CLUB PEP Billlli BRHSS llUllllEllE 1 l 1 I Y MR. FRANK HEDLUND Director of Music The Quintette made their debut on March 7 at the concert given by the band and orchestra. They played "Polonaise Militaire" by Chopin. This selection was also played at the music contest. Left to right the members ore: Eugene Lein, Neville Johnson, Jane Sprague, Van Christianson, and Einar Olson. Another popular musical organization! These future "Tommy Dorseyiansu have been "sliding" around town for various clubs and societies. They also played at the junior class play. The Ouartette played "Andante" from Brahms Fourth Symphony for the music contest. Under the guidance of Audrey Peterson, who is concert mistress ot the Orchestra, the String Quartette played for various clubs and societies during the year. Their num- bers include: "Minuet in G" by Beethoven, Stephen Foster Melodies, and "Serenade" by Haydn. The latter is to be used in their music contest. Left to rightf Audrey Peterson, Bernt Muus, Lucille Lincoln, and Mary .lone Harris. "Andante Cantabile" by Dancla is the piece the Clarinet Ouartette plays at the music contest. Other numbers played by the Quartette are "Golaway Pipesu, an Irish air, a Bach Choral, and "Prelude" by Chopin. This chamber group has played tor many clubs and societies in school. Left to right: Audrey Peterson, Gladys Miller, Bar- bara Barlce, and Mary Bishop. Slltlllli llllllltlfllf llllllllllfl UUHHTETTE llllllllBllllE llUHlllETlE 341 ----itg x . Q . 1 E 4 l 1 A "'., . l ,. H 0 ' .X '-,' ,o' T .- . , . , -- :: "n,. ,o',1fff . . .. .so lg',,,,n0.U.pal I ix.. ,,,.-:po ., L olnun,-4. Q, 1 ,ea D105 o'.,nug1t 4 f ,qpoulp Hfln o9,,oo,4., ,J ' x I . - ,,na nl" ua v",aq. .. oc .px R'- lllllllllllS Alice Utne, Carlton Johnson, Charles Beck, Barbara Maurin Constance Rostad Delores Saurer, Marilynn Moe, Jacqueline Anderson The Bausch-Lomb Company tosses a bronze bouquet to Alice and Carlton tor su- perior work in science and mathematics. To Barbara and Charles go the V. F. W. medals for citizenship. For dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism, Constance trips to the state D. A. R. convention. And Eta Sigma Phi enrolls Delores, Marilynn, and Jacqueline for "Laborati cum diligentiaf' ,X 3 ll lllllllll FlllllllIlllS "Comment vous porte vous, Mademoiselle?" "Tres bien, merci, et vous?" So goes the conversation in the French Club, which is under the direction ot Miss Helen Frankoviz. The girls study the language and read stories in French. The officers ares Jean Ebbighausen, president, and Helen Jenkins, secretary. 5439- llillllllllll Hlllllllt Sillllilll Upper from left to right: first row-Ruth Spilman, Phyllis Fabian, Barbara Benson, Georgiana Jensen, Alice Utne, Virginia Brimhall, Jacqueline Anderson, and Mary Grin- ager, second row-Gladys Miller, Phyllis Anderson, Mary tviidthun, Mariorie Brophy, Doris Townley, Warren Araslcog, Thomas Lincoln, and Lawrence Petersen, third row-Margaret Jorgenson, Marilynn Moe, Barbara Maurin, Mary Miller, Carlton Johnson, Frank Grund- man, Arthur Sethre, and Gaylord Strissell. Six members who were absent are: Charles Beck, Owen Langen, William Sullivan, Eugene Beimer, Constance Rostad, and Lucille Hanson. ln the lower picture are the twenty new members of the National Honor Society. On the basis of character, scholarship, leadership, and service, only titteen percent of the senior and tive percent of the iunior class may be admitted to the National Honor Society. 2 president. The otticers left to right: Frank Grundman, vice-presi- dent, Virginia Brimhall, secretary-treasurer, Arthur Sethre, E35 361 Sllllllll ULHSS PLHU ' 1 ,QQ , JSP- " ' ' of ,J-'., :geK -it 1 ,.f ,--. if 1 Zfsv if f :fi I 3656 , ,j,-if "Talk to me about Facism-and Collectivism-and Commun- ism, will they? l'll tell you what I'm doing. l'm going to study up-on Americanism!" This timely statement comes from the Senior Class Play "American Passport" by Dana Thomas, pre- sented on April l8. The lines were spoken by Ed Hamilton, the Amer- ican father tCharles Beck? who is shocked because his children Dick lCharles Underwoodl and Judy lGeorgiana Jenseni have joined leftist forces. He begins to study Americanism and put his theories to work in his home. When his son and daughter participate in events that convince him they are fifth columnists, he lays down the law. His speech is so loud and convinc- ing that he finds his lawn full of people who applaud him and want him for congressman. Other members of the cast are: Sybil, in love with Dick-Phoebe Nunn, Bertha Hamilton, the mother-Marilynn Moe, Bill Wilson, a catch of the season-Robert Salveson, Aunt Jen-Edna Brothen, Mrs, Schwartz-Mary Grinager, Mr. Craig-Paul Blikstad, and Louella-Betty Clarke. MISS MABEL SCHULLER English Drama Club Senior Class Play Thespian Society lllf V 'fl f -- ilUlllllll CLHSS PLHU " lt's all in a dayl Cribbing in a history exarn frorn George Bige- low's paper Thomas Lincolni K drawing pictures ol Mr. Bradley TT the principal Warren Heggstromi, "X" Mr. Patterson, the history teacher iGorderi Lee, stealing the band instruments from Miss Wheelers room Jean Ebbighaus- senj, That's what happened to Henry Aldrich 'Warren Araslcog l The culprit was exonerated by the detective, Mr, Fer- guson Fritz Henlcesi, and sensibly advised by Mr. Nelson, the assistant principal iArthur Sethre . For Henry there was a lovely understanding heart beat, Barbara Pearson Dorothy Grabarkewitz- and for Mr. Sethre there was the petite Miss Shea Juneal Syverson . The supporting Casti Jean Dahling, George Wenino, Helen Jenkins, Rodney Ebbersviller, Marilyn Forberg, Lettie Lou An- derson, Betty Liedl, Mary Langen, Calvin Preston and Marjory Brophy, MISS HELEN FRANKOVIZ English Sophomore Class Adviser Dramatics Junior Class Play -I X Y 4,1 5. u . . Ark ny. at-... . K -.xqgs I 1. x -. f , 3' V, .T . 1 i. 1 """"" . 1 I f . , l N, W 6 LQ T I 1 S ll! g , were irtiiiiiiii no ruiirii iu eriiui l Q l ' .. ..,......,....,... I U -'1 z""" T37 381 if .' ffw Y ,ff L 4, N , ,. jig ,'A , sfo' JL.. ! A A in I 5 " Editor . . . Carlton Johnson Assistant Editor . . . Constance Rostad Class Editors . Marilynn Moe, Phoebe Nunn M I 5 5 H E L E N E A L L A N D Organization Editors . Lawrence Petersen M R ' E ' CG H E R R M A English Jacqueline Anderson M dermsilt Debate, Annual Business Managers . Owen Langen, Patty Galena O im as my Senior C1055 Advise, Feature Editors . Barbara Maurin, Mary Grinoger Se , CTnUOAd , Snapshot Editors . Ann Haskell, Mary .lane Harris mor css vlser Sport Editors .... Charles Underwood Conrad Domholt Sales Managers . . . Lucille Hanson Gaylord Strissel, Robert Salveson Artists .... Charles Beck, Alice Utne A, ,- AJ 'Q-. r Ullill , Q' h .lib-w " iilii. Editors-in-chief . Marilynn Moe, Barbara Maurin I Q 53 , . . 5 , Managing Editor . . . Owen Langen V Business Manager . . . Gaylord Strissel Advertising Manager . . Constance Rostad S S E T H E l- .P l H l- S T R O M Sports . . Paul Blikstad, Glenn Johnson English Features . Betty Brimhall, Marilyn Forberg, Betty Literary Adviser of the Otter Clarke, Phoebe Nunn, Thomas Lin- coln, Jacqueline Anderson Stat? Artist .... Cleo Slettede Staff Photographer . . . Murray Hunt Copy Reader .... Alice Utne Circulation and Exchange Manager . . . . Maxine Claussen Typists . . Lucille Lincoln, Gladys Miller, Betty Reporters Liedl, Margaret Jorgenson . Delaine Jenne, Mildred Ander- son, Juneal Syverson, Mariorie Brophy, Mary Grinager, Elean- or Beimer, Phyllis Fabian, and members of the Journalism class MR. JOHN STUCKY Mathematics Business Adviser of the Otter Junior Class Adviser f39 ilUlllUliS CLHSSICHL LEHBUE "What's in a name? There's plenty in the Junior Classical League," replies Mariorie Brophy, president. "Most people," she continues, don't appreciate us because they don't know what we're doing. The Junior Classical League is a local chapter of a national organization. We are organized to learn how modern civilization has developed tram Ancient Times. "Our club, which has varied programs with skits on Roman lite, talks on related subiects, the customs, religion and education of the Ancient Romans, meets every second Wednesday. "We also have our own paper NUNTIUS LATINUS, which is published three times during the year." L c ntw' vi vt" Thomas Lincoln, president, is leading a discussion on reciprocal trade. To enhance the study ot the Americas, the members estab- lished correspondence with students in South America. T401 Otticerseleft to right-Mary Jane Harris, vice president, Mary Grinager, secretaryg Mariorie Brophy, president, .luneal Syverson, illustrator of NUNTIUS LATINUS, and Jacqueline Anderson, treas- urer and editor of NUNTIUS LATINUS. MlSS HARRIET MINOR Latin Junior Classical League Junior Class Adviser Ml PM MISS WINNIFRED NICHOLS Modern History International Relations Club Sophomore Class Adviser llllflilllllllllllll RELHTIUIIS CLUB You're wrong again. It isn't Gov. Stasseir who is campaigning. It's Lawrence Peter- sen who is not holding the No Third Term poster but "You know and I know" that he is none other than Pres. Roosevelt. The International Relations Club spon- sored by the Carnegie endowment tor international Peace, presented the Rally at a convocation. LIBRHHU CLUB Officers-left to right -Barbara Dann, vice president, Lucille Han- son, president, and Helen Thunselle, secretary-treas- urer. f. f. ll. These farmers are seriously determined to live up to their motto of learning to do, doing to learn and earning to live, and living to serve for all the activities of the Future Farmers are student- initiated and student-directed. We quote Mr. Halverson: "Here is a school of experience in the art of working together for a common good." Ofhcers-Clarence Anderson, president, Erland Sim, secretary, Leland Anderson, treasurer. MR. E. J. HALVERSON Agriculture Senior Class Adviser F. F. A. Librarian Junior Class Adviser "Next to dogs, books are man's best friends," quoth Lucille Hanson, who presides at the Library Club meetings every second and fourth Monday in the senior study hall. The club featuring boolcweek at convocation November 6 proved also that the main purpose of the club is to entertain, enlighten, and promote an appreciation for the cul- tural value of books, To add zest to their studies of parliamentary law, Minnesota Anthology and library science, there were parties-Hallowe'en, Christmas, Valentine and a picnic at the end of the year. Ai JG. 'QQ MISS LENORA OAS MR. Russsu wAsHsuRN A' E421 41.34- 0 siunfm council MR. WILBERT REMMELE Physical Science N Adviser of the Student Council The first handbook in the history of the school, the chartering of all senior high activities, and "over-the- top" activity ticket drive, and a "big-top" Circus Day Homecoming-these are the record-breaking i940-4l accomplishments of the Student Council, an organization ofthe students, by the students and for the students. lt's 7.45 A. M. and the business on hand is the selection of lyceum programs for next year. Charles Underwood was president, William Sullivan, vice presidentg and Barbora Maurin, secretary-treasurer. Commercial Activity Treasurer 0 llllillilllil THESPIHH HUHUH SUCIETU SS MABEL SCHULLER 3 English Dromatics te' "Act well your part, there all the honor lies." Nineteen students took this to heart, and thus Troupe No. 443 of the National Thespian Society made its debut on February 5, l94l, Otticers-Robert Salveson, president, Lawrence Petersen, vice president, MarilynnMoe, secretary, Lucille Hanson, treasurer, Juneal Syverson, librarian, lllilllllll CLUB Amateur actors find a training camp forthe National Thespian Society in the Drama Club. As evidence of this ambition they have "A Sign Unto You", "How the Story Grew", "Be Home By Midnight" to show for their eftorts. ky., fn. If-13 I SENIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS T952 .gs ll!! JU I 'GH . . . , ity ffp he 1- ,e...., 8 OPtTcers-left to right-Rachel Sonco, vice president, Ger- aldine Elliott, president, Evelyn Borchardt, secretory- treasurer, l44l Pigtails galore! All the new members of the G. A. A. wore two pigtails in their hair for initiation this year. The Girl's Athletic Association is organized to promote girls' athletics in high schools by means of an intramural program and is also used to create friendly relationships between this ond other schools. S G. ll. H. X 'X T29 MISS ARVALEE LINNELL Physical Education Pep Club G. A. A. What is a better way to develop a spirit of fair play, sportsmanship and fellowship among students than by playing such games as volleyball, deck tennis, badminton, soccor, and basketball! Besides that there are awards-maroon and gold "F's" with G. A. A, lettered on them, which are presented to every girl who maintains her association membership throughout the year. Then there is the remuneration for selling hot dogs and candy bars at football games ond ice cream bars at basketball games. The fiesta, a banquet, terminates the activities of the year on May 20th. .v-N ,Q KC? MISS EDITH ANDERSON Sfebg 5:1 fy Boom .f Q4 MISS WINNIFRED LUTZ Howe Egonomics I ' ' . X X I f - Ni " E ' M5 -.Bm -N . - , xj- E I ev xxx X AI I Wx S, wx x x X Q :N Q 5 x -V X I . ' - ' . . hs:-Axle: ,,,N-Q S X N SN nl? -ak X 'S' -wk S3 ' I I A I 2 - - , Miss oLEnAL NDE naw I .f Q, Us w""-"MX gs! wages - MR. MERLIN ZENNER MISS MARGUERITE GIVEN Biology Horne Economics Junior Closs Advisor Visuol Educofion We knew they kussed they knew we knowed BUT not for the onnuoI If couldnt be showed' I4 Shoo. Nome MISS JEAN CHISHOLM Typing 1 EEE I I ug qu N -I N 'C' L' .N 1 r- f ,, -, x ' la? w . 1 s .-. -J., has '- r f lx Nr lr- x SCHUUL - ' ' -: I 51 1. ,1'f:.' EA- ' 1.42 ii. '7:'ff'f-' ab-I.. '-5:11, va-. '-eff. 'ga sf.. iw. 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If LUE CUULD llUll THE SIIHUUL e lute JT 1 school 1 , student body dnl we belt-eve there would be complete oll oromd sotusfoctuon th port f we stu ext, s Mondoy r ormng would be oosolutely forbtdden Every student espectolly sensors would hove o foculty ossustont to perform such tosks os molcrng out sotosfoctory report cords cleonmg out lockers writing tests ond corryung books An onnplyfynng syst m guoronteed to wuthstond the rngors of on enture convocotton between repotr nngs would be rnstolled an the oudltorlum Cotchung up on lost sleep would be chortered Os o motor octavrty wrth o specrol period set osrd fo It AND OUR PROGRAM WOULD CALL FOR Canvocotuon ot leost once o doy wrth closs work sublect to concellotnon ot cr moments notuce Escolotors gorng up non stop bonrsters gorng down Over stuffed choirs ond footstools IH every room Lunch ot TOOO ond 300 An mtro school telephone system to focrlntote the drstrrbutaon of choice buts of gosstp On every floor o streomluned lounge for weory students who hove dlfhculty HT sleeptng on the hord A hre drlll every peruod on nuce doys Abolxtuon of oll tordy bells ond roll colls Closs rooms desrgned an soft postel colors to promote r stful doydreomang A clock tn every closs room for the protectnon of the owner of the closs sole wotch A telegroph system between every closs room ond the prtnctpol to elrmnnote the oothe of gomg way to the ofhce to complour obout the teochers Chrrstmos ond Eoster vocotron ot leost three times o ye-or No mork lower thon o B A gum counter ot the heod of every stolrwoy I meon escolotor Th music students would motor rn swung VVed do owoy wrth oll sunkung funds There would be fewer ond better punsters The wrrung system would throw lots of lughts on oll sublects All student burthdoys would be declored notlonol holudoys N t emes to write oro lscussuons homework non flctuon llteroture vnvlto lon t the oPtTc:e Upon groduotrng oll sensors would receive odequotely plump bonuses tn opprecuotuor ot theur long yeors of fouthful servuce Teochers would never be permrtted to breok up hollwoy confobs tntercep p note corres pondence collect souvemrs ot students expense rouse their vouces to upper register when od dressun students Courtes to students would be the unnversol low Q Y T491 Th Vcny as 'Y' ' A ,' - h ' x A ' ' A on O tl der ' IF Te'ts on rf ' ' ' A . 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Fee OT IU O h ur er by The Trme you g ng luke a hunk of anno g 19 gym and Tvvc hunks oe o e you were ou osexelT decc e a ou Q NCQ 7 OUT 1 IC OI CONT TEC C Wig. csTc nc f cc vx TCT l The T94l Tournamen u o e ey were c sold x C e curung we-ek e almer Pcnmanshrp 'xfleThod and The cxcrqlqg TCT ookecl lrke youna curlsq T e rTeln1e harrcuf fad VV rs IT really shecr ol y er 1 omhaves brlsTlnng orafnon IH opposmon To The plan of everybody s graduohng an a nTghT gown? The year Fergus Falls bulIT Three new grade schools whrle The Class of 40 graduaTed from The same old auau 9 Torlum and loved Cornplalnlng son on floors freshly waxe U ddr Skafrng rughT IU The sea mg ChrrsTmas vacaTaon7' SuxTh grade and The Tame ThaT Vvyonne Johnson unsvsTed ThaT The Dufchman IU The sTory was elTher canned o hred and crred herself suck when she found ouT ThoT h was fllscharged' Tle few mrnuTes welcome respne from class work Tha fn e clrxllg broughf The noon hoT lunch smells ThaT clrrfTe4l Through The venf To Torture you every mornung Tusf before ll 1159 L50 - f."A' A ...Ho "1 n:',f 5 :gg Smfla '1'5 Q-, xrff ' 11 "ve The l .s f l94l, o'er a T-Xen-Y ear 'ueftf r Q 'z P 4 lfflllhjx . ll T" VT .T S l. LA, JRC' fl93 Qfm The 5 -, 1 , ', hc Cla.- fl94l c"' 'he .i . c' lic-" -g "S , Ro , f l'TT' 5 l I day l-rank ,l' lC1Y ., A cF 3? . fl.. 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This is Fergus High's biggest and best home- coming in years, with everybody all dressed up and ready to "Plow 'em under." And the Otters did "peel the Spuds"-34-9! E531 ie,- 1 Q l . ,hh 0. , :2":f,' 6 wfgfffgg '15 3 ' 553 7 gg -x X f v ,ti n""iE W' .Y ,ll Bells, stairs, classes, lockers, con- vocations, and admit slips-these make up our But lite is l Soda test school day. ilce that! to ' D4 Eollllolu EHE EIEE WE LEAD X Shortened periods? Ott to visual education The witches brew Some relax at 4:00 But some don't X 5. . B-,gb -, E 7 mf . wi-.-4 ,b . .., 5- fjx ' V Af' vs f L. ',.., Yxuiii-r six 1 3111 3' , xi, ' 7.36 1' W inrvxt, . i. ,' af 5- , 1, 5, '-x'g.,ii. xt . X' , f,, .M -1. -. g, I, . . .1 4 ..- X?-' 'if 2 Q, . Q 04. v , . QA vt..- . 4 , . ...w T7 If O1 D 'q"0N'r Yo f Io 5'-Q 6- if "1 Sim, '95 Xxik - xr . 1 U '-'-q ' N x ru, v? HN 'Q r HK'-4 Are you there? 4. The school spirit 5. Holden her own S. Maple Moulors 9. "T" for ihrvc lQ. Tlw Roh Rah Girls ll l onlx wont 0 bmldx .I " T 57 E581 VW r fav '. cn L V. vi,-L, V--' 5- 1 +512 3:41 - .. mmm , . xx., . - , 1. "Ten seconds! On your foes-Good morning ond friends." Mr. Horold Hedrnon, Director of Rodio 2. Greetings from ine new or? deporfrnent. Mr. Joe Formick, Supervisor of Ari .3 F rw. P-'JYHX sfudenfs 3. As the wheels turn, Mr. Hillmon Enquist supervises The industriol oris. 4. Mr. Lyle Mock ond his successor, Mr, George Haskell, ore in chorge of Vocofionol Guidance. 1 'Wee 'N Y , 5,5 'el 1 1-x 9 x ,, -- N -- "'4 , W .- ,Y N... ,.. , .61 J I Ay .4f ' D tile.. -V .A 111.125-Clif its ' r. , w A Ili? TL! At 4 w ,-.- xl .r I' I , f J' ff 2 fn!" 4,1 f x ,V f a + pf 1 4 'A 6 pf -09 1' gif K' f- I "px, ..::S'f .J"',,- 1 .441- KW Y .0 1 ,ur- 111 LIV ii '7 ax'-4.1p nr J!!! 'Q x. IS9 QM? fl J v U il sr, Want? .. AU . .6 - ' ' 145 1 M ' I Q 5 . ,, I Q: A 'dfg A' L? W Q 'A Q . af 4 Q I V 0 . ' A V ., . 4 L N" 'T A- s fm!- A ?9 1 7.7 Aoi.. if H v ., 1 J! I L X: 9 " 9 ' - P? 1 g..,ly 9 0 .- e, .. ., '7 ,fx Y 'x ' X . ta I N 4 11 K ' 2, . . , Mx, 'L 'VAL I up W 151'- -, 4-fu-v,w0'4""" Or 1 ,', ,x ,. -ir: - ' , -4-fi--J ' WES WINDMILLER AH- E d 1940 MR. WALTER OHDE Stole n ' I " 8 5, Football Coach -,5 Physical Education A-1-4' MR. JOHN LIND Social Studies Faculty Adviser of Athletics """' National Honor Society Advisor BOB SALVESON T. H. Johnson Award Top row-Domholt, Sneva, Beck, Coach Gustafson, Grundman, Salveson, and Haller. First row-Beimer, Paulson, Underwood, Ryan, and Windmiller. Manager-Orville Ross. l 1 V - -- W. '..-.1-rv- - Eight of last year's lettermen answered Coach Gustafson's "call to arms" in November. These, togeth- er with several other young hopefuls, gave promise of a successful season. With all but two ofthe l94O squad playing again this year, the Otters won better than half of their season games. ln the tournament semi-finals the C5eMen fought Cl tough but losing battle against the Moorhead Spuds after having defeated Pelican in the first round. Wes Windmiller won the Bruce Award for the second time. Fergus .... .... Fargo ..... Wadena .... Wahpeton .. Crosby-Ironton Breckenridge Alexandria .. Barnesville .. Moorhead .. Little Falls .. . Detroit Lakes Fergus. . DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Fergus .... ..... 3 3 Pelican Rapids ..... 24 30 Moorhead ......... 33 22 Detroit Lakes 2a Staples ..... Breckenridge Bemidji ..... Moorhead . . . Alexandria .. Brainerd . . . Barnesville ... ,.., Detroit Lakes Pelican Rapids Staples ........... T63 r l 641 . A 1 J' - W.,-.jg 4 ! RYAN 5 'K 1 F 1 If WINDMILLER x L. I E35 5 fl- 1 3 x 1 M fv ., 1. SNEVA I 'x . f ' f fb f 4 T , I 1 u SALVESON ,N UNDERWOOD 1019 'I I, fx ,lv - S 5 -. a 1 .1 was A . -3 Cyl' Y xg, -l . , x ' MR. GEORGE cusTAFsoN 1- xy S Basketball Coach Physical Education ' A I I' A xr' ,l X X l ' u I 1 l I 25 PAULSON 1. l f 5 Q Q' X Jr BEIMER I 4 . J , s , l DOMHOLT Q Y X BECK A X 661 x ' , I , ' ,' l Back row, left to right: Coach Ohde, Ryan, Windmiller, Beck, Beimer, Salveson Wrahlstad, Schultz, Boyum, Coach Gustafson. Second row: Sneva, Hanson, Johnson, Eide, Henkes, Madson, Hovland. First row: Grage, Anderson, Duren, Albierg, Way, Harry, Manager Fisher. Q 3 With a mediocre season behind them, but with good prospects in the form of re- turning lettermen and experience for the coming year, the Otters look forward to a somewhat brighter future in track during the current season. A cold, rainy spring has retarded conditioning for a number of the candidates trying out for positions on the team, but with the coming of warmer weather it is expect- ed that enough Otters will round into shape to make a good showing in the district. Several outstanding performers from last year will be back in uniforms to boost the maroon and gold hopes. Among these are Don Ryan, who won the high iump in the district and placed second in the regional last year, Gene Beimer, who placed in the shot put, and Wes Windmiller, who won the low hurdles in the district. These together with the five other returning lettermen are enough to assure their supporters that the Ot- ters will make a strong bid for the district championship. 'M if Q" Nr cusmnlnns MR. HOLSTOM MR. AAS MR. BURMEISTER MR. SAURE We doft our hats to these faithful men who have kept everything but the students bright and shiny. 1 1-.xii f 5515 -'Z ,., MR. ENGAN Physical Sciences If --. K Successor to Mr. Remmele January, l94l .Nxt Puoiusnninfn ' Mr. J. O. Engen, who, rain or shine, day or night, for better or for worse, could always "take it". MR. ISAAC WILSON Social Science Whose picture would have been on the golf page, if we had one. I67 BOB WRAHLSTAD C pt 2 Worx vb 'V Q19 I if 4'Vo6 1941-means the FIRST yeor of th B I g C ter the FIRST y g b I d the Amerlcon Bowhng Congress an ST Pauly the LAST ye f chool cmd groduczt 1 the Seniors. F I lost-Get YOUR recr 1 ot the FERGUS BOWLING CENTER 15532235 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS ARN 0N 6- MR 01V CONGRATULATIONS BEST WISHES AND BEST WISHES MONTGOMERY WARD P E N N E Y ' S Fergus Falls, Minnesota SENIGRS CONGRATULATIONS S E N l O R S SUCCESS AND BEST WISHES IOYLOE 94 DID YOU KNOW STUDIO I06 E XST XFRXOX AXE FERCLS F-XLLS MINNPSOTA K W' 6 fig .QW CONGRATULATIONS ESZEEEEE SENIORS ST CLAIR Ek GUNDERSOIX Gal! W4 CLOTHING SHOES POWER COMPANY L69 I I I W ....... - ,. C , -- - f -- Tms me-n-:asv wav, CX I A ' A A A lust was Tn: num nun vouxgr Hot wma- rucur on onvlvxx 4 Ph 5 6 ' x QS 4 'f.T.T..'.i fffiwrw X -- , Q, , - 2? EAfgf1w1 E Q-f 'z ,, Q X -N ,A 4 f"' I A 7 A 2 F- , -,A4 W ,M P F O I F 0 r E d II CONGRATULATIONS -SENIORS- WM GALENA AND SONS PLUMBING HEATING ond VENTILATION A XVISH FOR THE GRADUATE -SUCCESS IN LIFE- YOUR PATRONAGE SPELLS OUR SUCCESS AIM TO PLEASE Y JOHNSON S DRUGS WALGREEN AGENCY CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES BOEN BROS GROCERS GOOD THINGS TO EAT GRUNDIVIAN S FUR SHOP FINIE FLJRS GUS LLS FINEST FUR STORAGE Fergus FaIIs Natlonal Bank and Trust Company FERGUS FALLS 'VIINNESOT-X ORGANIZED 1882 YOL, HANE OUR BEST XVISH FOR X SLJCCESSFLL FUILRE LAIVIPERT S Chclrmon MBER AND FUEL YA U HABBERSTAD President E C BEIMER Coshner X III EVERY GOOD WI H ON1PLlMlNIS GR-XD COUNTRYIVIAN DRUG COMPANY F RANKOVIZ HARDWARE STORE E REXAL STO QUALITY HARDWARE T70 , WE OU I 1 A s FER FA ' , 7 7 J. S. ULLAND, ' , l LU RD O.. , 5 . . , VI" "' ' ' 5 I ,A OF TO 'rm-1 . LQ.-ATE TH L RE I CONGRXTLLAXTION SENIORS HINTGEN KARST ROVANO WELRY AND M IC STORE FE RGLS F XLL S MINNESOTA GREETINGS FRONI VICTOR LUNDEEN 8: CO PRINTERS AND STATIONER5 SCHOOL SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS FERGLS FALLS IVIINNE OTA C OVIPLIIVIENTS OF BOPP HATCHERY FERLLS FALLS 'NIINNESO T X OUR COVIPLIIVIFNT AND BEST WISHIS FERGUS CO OPERATIVE CREAIVIERY COIVIPLIIVIENTS- Smestad s ICA Phone 288 A N D Fergus Cash Market Phone 650 DIAMONDS WATCHES REPAIRING E FERGUS FA LLS MINNESOTA X OLR PA TRONACE IS APPRECIATED FIRST NATIONAL BANK COIVIPLIIVIENITS OF WORKIVIAN STORE CLOTHING AND SHOES DDS DMD DRS NELSON 81 NELSON D E N TIS T S HODCSOIN BLOCK f7I . I ,A T . ' . I S , I I ELE I ES A -- A I T L A F S .I E U S - - , - s . I 1 - 9 F OSS-WELANDER, jewelers . . , Q II4 ast Lincoln Charles Nelson ,... Harold J. Nelson ,... N , S I toxonrxrumrxows ssxuone IVIaImstrom Shoe Repalrlng CONGRATULATIONS Campbell CoaI Company brawrow xxzxu A A VOLLBRECHT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE AUTO LICENSE I06 North C ourt Street IVI C KRONEIVIANIN INSURANCE AGENCY 70I West ILIIILOIII Xwe Phone I B E S T W IS H E S LEIDL S JEWELRY STORE C OMPL INIL 'NTS OF IXIOYIII AmCTlC8H CYCHHICTX Inc QUALITY FOODS GEO C IACOBS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON BENSON BLILDINC. LONGRATUL-XIIOXA STRAUB JEWELRY CO ES REM CLIN C C O L' trem IVI D Noun on IVI I06 South Lfnlon Ax er-ue C OINII I I'VII' N Ts O WE SPECIALIZE IN Tl RKEY SERVICE WORK CCIVIPI 'MENI S DR TILLISCH Optometrlst Fer ug Fans 1w1mreS0td CONGR ATIJI XTIONS D V J EASTMAN DR H A ANDERSON Iver on and Lee BIZ: N T I ST Phone 82-I DR S I NORIVIXNX MY CHIROPRACTIC TREATMENTS PLUS ULTRA VIOLET RAYS RESTORE AND MAINTAIN GOOD HEALTH I4 INIanh xttan BICI Phone 75 J W1IIer or Telsherg Drug Co PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS IOD LxncoIn Xve Ea-,t Eer u Ea T861 SCHRAFFTS T941 MAKERS OF FINE CANDIES FOR 80 YEARS SOLD BY S W E E T S H O P P E I I0 No IVI1II Street CONGRATULATIONS Dr Featherstone, Dentlst Norby Phone 679 DR M R WRIGHT D E N T I S T FERCUS FALLS MINNESOTA CONGRATULATIONS CITIES SERVICE OIL Len Harry 6 Art C DIVIPLIIVIENTS OF DR AL F WAYLANDER Chiropractor THE NATURAL WAY TO HEALTH Second Eloor Manhattan BIcIg Phone D77 ANDERSON MUSIC STORE Soecucl Prlces fo Students ALL KINIDS OF' INSTRUMENITS REPAIRED CONGRATULATIONS IVI O Brandon, Attorney at Law Brandon Bldg e us Falms I7?I A, . S T H 1: . my - , .A ,I l I 233 1 I ' , f I - ' ' I 1 .I 3, " 3 If 1 . , . . o. ty. .1 . .o A E. rx. Heibefg, M. D. C. J. Luna. M. D. FERGUS I-IATEI-IERY ' , . I -f .' 7- - . I ' ' - . 2 'ns 1 . A . . K. F rg . I '-, DR o V JoHNsoN In 89 BEST WISHES WILKE S MEN S STORE d I c oNoRATuLsTloNs Your Radlo Statlon KDGE KADDATZ BARBER SHOP C OVII I INILNT OF YARN CRAFT STUDIO Fergus FIoraI Company CONGR XIUI ATION PNIOR NELSON DRUG CO 04VvI Qomrr IMENTS or Woodworth and Ross TBXI REIVIL MBER IHE GRINA BEAUTY SHOP COIVIPLIIVIENTS OF E 8: E DRESS SHOPPE F RGUS F LLS CL W BEST WISHFS TO CLAQB or 1141 Frank Berg E51 Berghuls LOIVIPLIIVIEXTS ELTON S CAFE eowomrumrroxs Lwon Consumers Grocery and Meats ONGRAIIULXIION WAGNER BEAUTY NOOK BEST WI JL CITY CAFE AND BAKERY Natlonal 5 I0 SI 00 Store BEST WISHES MASTRUD S CAFE QONGRATULATION FOSMOE SHOE FIX CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS PARK REGION BAKERY BEST WISHES F W WOOLWORTI-I CO COIVIPLIIVIENTS OF SERVICE FOOD MARKET l 3 . . . , , PHYSICIAN Sr SURGEON Nor y Bldg. Phone 3 Kad atz Hote Bldg. YOUNG MEN ar WOMEN ' A I . 9 BEST WISIFIES . ., ., . . . 5 . S . - 9 "YOU ARE NEXT" -W'--'US '- cj js A N D G I F T S H O P Fergus Falls IVIinn. l SI 5 S FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS T .I msslf 5 F -COIVIPLIIVIEN'I4S- 2 7. .inc'oIn Ave. Phone 685 - - ' L T T I il 4 9 J. K. Ross Phone 105 F. O. Woodworth A ' .I . I'S Phone 290 T A1 i lx I A . A. A "WE USE THE BEST TO MAKE THE BEST" E. A ' IN I C X A. C. BAKER, M. D. W. O. B. NELSON M. D. W. L. BURNAP, M. D. W. L. BURN . D. . . . 202 .est Lmcoln 5-10 8. I5 CENTS sToRE 1 A ' L -ATTORNEYS AT LAW- .7 1 LOG CABIN I OIL CQIVIPANY fvaw, mqmzmnz szm CoNIC.RATL,LHxTIox SFNIORS STAR LAUNDRY gl CLEANERS CONGRATULATIONS CQNGRATULATIQNS ORPHEUIVI RED RIVER IVIILLING CO T H E A T R E I I IQfXLAIf,IfIl4'Q , N LIIffXX' EILIQFY OUR SINCERE CONGRATIQL,-XTIONS SENIORS Incorporatecl 'IEERGUS FALLS' FINEST" I . ' . ,IS Sf "SERVICE WITH A SMILE" COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES 'IIIeara's DEP'T STORE CONIGRATUL -XTIONS AND CONCRATLJ LA TIONS BEST WlSHEb FREES CLEANERS THE I GOOD LUCK SENIORS GOOD LUCK STUDENTS fd! fill! Ill HANSON AND LARSON READY TO WEAR FOOTWEAR READY TO WEAR MILLINERY FURS BEAUTY SHOP QUIESQ D 4, X OTOR c W MPL IMP N I S CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE BUICK BRIMHALL BROTHERS INC ws TO CLASS OF 941 , . 0 0 1 ' 1 5 -r . Axnfnm CO , Qfwf OF ,, . Ao-WL , o I LOMPLIMP ,WT OF GOOD LLC lx bE'NllOR 7he PEDERSON MARKET LYRIC THEATRE CASH AND CARRY CLEANERS QI 'NELON 'VI BUCKBEE MEARS DESIGNERS ask ENGRAVERS N INNV OT-X XCRNOXKLEDLI XIEXT FERGUS FALLS DAILY jOURNAL l76l -x Q. 5 - 5 "THE BEST IN MEATSW "WHERE STYLE PREDOMINATESN EastXWaShingmnAvvnue BEST NVISHES. SENIORS N . N LON1PLlFvlENTb- "WE'LL SHOW YA!" T. f. .V S '. ' gr. ' T Y ET. PAUL, .1.'f-,f .


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