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

 - Class of 1948

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Brotherhood-The Key to World Peace" T 3.1. if-vm 'gm WP f I 41:39 v Xe. 1 IU T50 Dedlcahon l N1 Then let us pray that mme at maq CM come zt will for a thatj lhat Sense and H orth ou ll the earth Shall bear the ree an a that For a that an a that Its comme yet for a that Fha! Klan to Man the uorld oer Shall brothers be for u that Ro BERT Bl nxs 4 f .j X ,, X i 4 4' f , - 1 W' f 9? Q X ,' l J l 'T N 1-:Egg .:.-"L LJ X 'iii .51 5 Phgl' lv- .d.a,Q -u., E? W gy x 193' aww S 'Wm-up i EZ 'I 5 A :, ' - pfex,-idem Vice President CHARLES VOLLBRECHT JEWEL Tonrnnsov Secretary GAIL IN ERSEN Honor Sfudenfs Class of 1948 Treasurer PHYLLIS IKIASKELL Stundmg., Buck mu hmnutt Helberg Robert Olson Clanton bnhrocder Ruhard Bumu Duane Helgeson Vlddle mu, Buulx Dust Lorrum Aus jbunne Hanson Rubs lohnbon Rntx Nionson Silly Hanson Seated Phxlhs llaskdl Nhrjorxe Sllmonson Jann XVei.1ld Cora 'she Z4nner LORRXINE AAS Labrary scruce uzth a smzle orus 46 Choir 4-4 r Lhestrd 46 4-4 48 Ilbrdrx Club 4-8 Horuon Klub 48 St:-nog. mphw Ndtlonul Ilonor Society 4-8 Honor Student LI Il'I'0RD KI BRPL Ill Incl to thunk garla haze lo yff permanenh: Basketball 4-6 4- Football 47 Intramural 4- 48 Ndtnonnl 'kthletnc Honor Souetx 44 4-8 C ARROI I 'KNDI' RSUN Our nh no nfwldu man Intramural 4-b 47 XXIII KRD XXDPRSON lnderson or I1 mrrzmon umm I- t Hullarfl ax dr arent ,uf the name Intramural H' 4 48 II XIIUI D IIXI INK IN Sn: :nfl ami fall inked If II nur 7 lrnc u Wun Who I unc Io Dlnncr KIiNNE'l'H Blilil' 1, uw 1' ulri only rrllvr .kafef rlmxfs. 41 IIFIIKAIIIPRS Dari- eyes' lrchestrd 4-7 48 IURRNIN I' ANDI' RSUN Shru our :flea ll a .vuell mrl rv. 11-strn 41 4- 4-8 Horuon l lub l-8 Stqnograpln X XUNNI' KNDFRSUN N 1 n rl o x 7 1 rn IH lr: nd her lu-ff nufrh your xffp ll 4- ll nruon l lub LH Stmnogrnpbx Nl XIIION I3 XlxI'li Nh? dullx ln muwfe nrarx I lub 4 llorxzon I u v Ill It ll Xl 1 II v Il rn r ur :luv rr mrv r Ill Ihr nw I HU ll N a I' oot ll lril li HIS It f 1 Q ill Who L u 4 to Illlll lr loun lt , cu.-xlxn ls-1 9 lirlljl .h ir nm rr "' Q , Horizon Club 48- Stvnogrwplny. Ifl 'UNI' BI' RL ERI D lx he ner cute' 110 hrarrl Band 40 41 48 Baton lvurllng 4 48 thorus 40 lllllll' 4 C A K 4 48 Iournn ISIII 47 Orchestra 48 Psp Band I-8 'lrlajorette 47 48 Horizon Llub 48 VIARX IN BI OOVIQL ISI' Ile majors m IJIINIIIQKX monlwy busmexs thorus 46 Clolr 47 48 C as lrc asurer 47 A Datm NN lth ludy Debate 47 Drama 47 Intramural 46 47 48 Iournal lsm 47 48 Otter 47 48 Thes plans 1-8 Our Town Track 47 Boys Quartet 47 48 The Man Vbho Came to Dnnner Tha Nxght of January Sixteenth Vl II I IAM BOROW Slxl His rmddle name nr trouble Football 40 47 48 Intramural 7 4 lrac A DI VNAXNI' CHRISIPNSUN Inu' me lou' my 11011 Intramural 40 47 48 BI' X FRI 'I CI AH P001 One aood smile ns uorth 1140 froumr IxI',ITH COLE I should worry but I dont Class Secretary '47, Intramural 46, '47, '48, Student Council '46 5 1f KJ 4 f' b v DFLORPS B IORGO But uho hltea to work? I AA 40 Horizon Club 48 I4 VERXI' BOFSI- 1 good fruend to many Horizon Club 48 Stenogrupln RILHARD BLRAL Silence betrays no man Band 46 47 48 Orchestra 48 Pep Band 47 48 Natlonal Hon or Society 48 Honor Student NBII MA CI ALSPN Her hair and eyev are the enzrl of all Stenography DORIS CLEVIENT Hang aorrou Iefv be merry Stenography BEX ERLIE DEIST She? defmulely dynamic' Annual '48, Chorus '46, Cholr '47, '48, Drama '47, '48, Journal lsm, '47, National Honor SOClCtN '47, '48, Otter '47, '48, Speech Club '47, '48, Horlzon Club '48, Honor Student, "The Man V'ho Came to Dinner", Thesplans '48 75' , v 1 1 . . A . . . .- . 1. . I ,I 1 - ff . , . v , ' v I 1 w v ' - v Q - ., A I. . . , . . . . . . . . , . . .. . 40, 7, : - : ln '48g i. .1 . '46, ' 7, 3 . al- , L I- ' A - 1 . - A ' ' . , . , AN . l . . . ' . :Iva- , ' A s , f.. ' Y I 2 . A . Av l A v ., A- A- 1 A . Z . . . -Q h 1. I - , . ld . . . 3 . 2 ' , 1 rg 'I + - ' v 5 law. rw I , v . 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Joan doe: Orchestra 46 Qpeech Llub 48 Hornzon Club '48 YIRGINIA FRFES Thus gal went For huntmu and got her Ilmlt X Date With Judy Drama 47 Speech Club 47 48 Thes :ans 4 48 Inbrary Club 4 MARIAN DOMINICK Generally :peaking - that'a Marian. Band '46, '47, '48g Chorus '46g Choir '47, '48- Declam '46, '47g Drama '46, '47g Pep Band 48g Speech Club '46, '47 '48- Thes- pians '48g "The Night of January Sixteenth." IOWE EDLUWD Short and sweet Horizon Club 48 IOIS ENIDFRSON Gsgglsng as my hobby Drama 46 47 48 GAA 46 47 48 Journalism 47 Speech llub 48 Horizon Club 48 ARLENE FICR 1 feature edntor 'wnth a none for neun Annual 48 Band 46 47 48 Chonw 46 Choir 47 48 A Date Wlth Iudy Debate 47 48 Drama 46 CAA 46 47 joumahsm 48 Orchestra 46 47 48 Otter 47 48 Pe Band 46 47 48 Thesmans 47 4 Our Town Honzon Club 48 Homecoming Queens Attendant 48 The Nnght of Ianuary 18th Natxonal Honor Society 48 VFW Award NNHIIAM FOSS Our :ports star ind dues nll nght ulth the 'women too Annual 48 Haeketball 46 47 4b Football 47 48 Nlatlonal Athletic Honor boclety 47 48 lrack 46 47 48 Baseball 44 47 48 l H Johnson Award I'I I EN FRIEDRICH Sha keeps 'he poslman busy' Orchestra 46 47 48 HOPILOIL Llub 48 GFORGE GARD He blown a trumpet that Gabri el would like to imitate Band 4-6 47 48 Intramural 4-7 Orchestra 4-6 47 48 Track 47, p Band 46 4-7 48 IHORA L-II BFRTSON Wleelmfr new people fun when theyre as mee cu Thora Ifntered from Balta, North Dak ota Band '48 Horizon Club 48 PIIXI I IS GRAGE A friendly gal wnth a friendly smile CAA 47 48 Journallsm 4-4 Iibrarw Club 47, 48 Horizon Club 4-8 MAXINE GUENTHER A gurl with a guy Chorus 4-6 Choir 47 4-8 Drama 46 library Club '47 48 Hor lzon Club 48 Triple Trio 4-7, 4-8 The Man Who Came to Dinner I I' RAI DINF' HAI X URSON lVzlh a amxle and a conll lhorus 4-6 Choir 4-7 48 Home comma Queens Attendant 47 4-8 'lriple Trio 4-8 AI I FN HANSON . sociable wrt of gent. 1 .A. '41, . BFX FRI X GERHARDSON Seeond to none Chorus 4-6 Choir 47 48 French Club 48 Library Club 47 Hor won Club 48 Stenography IxATHRYN CI FNDE 1 whirlwind of fun Choir 48 Debate 48 Iibran Club 47 4-8 Horizon Club 48 lriple Trio 48 HOI LY GRINAGER Too bad life uint all hunting and fwhmg Intramural 4-7 48 JUI IAN! GUNTDERSON Gander as a ualkmg Joke bool. or maybe heller Chorus '47 Intramural 46 47 'lhe 'Wan Who Came to Dinner PXLI HANISFI Our gr-andahoouan Romeo 'Band 46 47 4-8 Class Treasur e 6 A Date With Iuds lntram ral 46 47 48 Fhespians The Man Who Came to Dinner The Night of Ianuarv Sixteenth IOANNI' HANSON I like to study! I'ntered from Minneapolis- D - bate 48- library Club '4-8' Hor- izon Club 4-8' Stenography- National Honor Society 48' Hon- or Student. SAILX HANSON Petite and oh so rrueet Annual 48 Chorus 46 Lhoir 47 4-8 A Date W ith Judi Drama 47 C AA 46 47 48 Jour na xsm 46 4-7 Otter 47 Student Council 47 Thesplans 4-8 Horizon Club 48 Stenogra php National Honor Societv 48 Honor Student The Night of Ianuary Sixteenth The Man Vtho Came to Dmner PHYI I IS HASKFI l 1 queenf-in every venue o the word Annual 48 Band 46 47 48 Class Treasurer 48 A Date With Judy Drama 46 47 CAA 46 47 48 Ioumalism 46 47 National Honor So 0 47 48 0 esta 47 Otter 48 Pep Band 47 48 Homecoming Queen 48 Student Council 47 The-5 plans 48 Horizon Club 48 Re resen tatxve Semor DAR Award aledic tonan DL AVE HFLCESONI Sh Im thmkmg Annual 4-8 Debate 4-7 French Club 4-7 National Honor Society 47 48 The Man Who Came to Dmner Bausch Lomb Aw ard W aledictorlan CIARXCF HUPF 1 lure smile zcllh uulnina naw Chorus 47- Choir 48' Horizon Club '48. ROBI' HT H01 CHKISS uh? Me! Oh, Yah. I' ll . Sure," Thafx Boll. Football '46 'I-7 '4-8' lntrnlnurnl ELDEN IVERSEN The time. Ihe plare, and the car. Basketball '48, Football '4-6: ln- tramural '46, '4-74 Track '47, '-48. NIAYO HARTHUNI He really 'wo-wa the women hMMETT HPIBERG Ou of my way Im m a hurry' Annual 48 Chorus 4-6 Choir 4-7 48 A Date With Iudy D clam 46, 4-7 French Club 4-7 Watlonal Honor Society, 47, Representative Semor H o n o r Student The Man Who Came to Dmner The Night of January Sixteenth PLN-Ill' HPIIICKSON Tall blond and lately Hand 4-6 47 48 Drama 4-6 48 I A A 4-6 4-7 4-8 o n ism 46 47 Otter 48 ep Band 47 4-8 Horizon Club 48 lhe 'Vlan W ho Came to Dinner PI IYABFTH HOI Sl ROV! .lust tell her xomethmg to do and prento! its done. '.A.A. 47 48- Journalism ' 7- Student Council 48- Library Klub '47 48- Horizon Club '48- National Honor Society '48. NURMA HUUC Well, if the .vp-rf itx wear 'f. ' orus 47' Choir '4-8' C. .. . ' '. '48- lournalism '4-7' Utter '4-8' Horizon Club '4-8. GAIL IVERSEN Hey boys, need a baxketball sub? Band '46, '47, '4-84 Class Secretary '4-8: G.A.A. '46, '47, '48g Journal- ism 356: Pep Band '47, '48g Science Club '46, Horizon Club '48g Stenography. BEVERLY JENNEN A gsrl with a charm a-ll her own Chorus 47 48 A Date Nhth Judy Drama 46 47 Speech Club 46, 47 Horizon Club '48 Stenography 'W KRC FRE JOHNSON Ind what are her mlereaflx Uusu' munu- and men' Annual 48 Band 46 47 48 Chorus 46 Choir 4-7 Date Vhth Iudy Drama 46 47 Orchestra 46 47 48 Pep Band 47 48 lhesplans 47 4-8 Trnple 'lrno 47 48 Speech Club 4 Nlatnonal Honor Society 48 lhe Man Who Came to Dmner RUBY JOHNSON A gem m a sweet nettmg Annual 48 Debate 48 Speech Club 48 Horizon Club 48 Sten ography h8tl0Il8l Honor Society 48 Honor Student CHAI MERS KELLEC School daze school da e but walmt nt fun uhtle ut lasted Basketball 4-7 48 Intramural 'VIARIYIN kNOLI Tearherx dureorer my faullv they nezer apprer-nate mu charms Chorus 46 47 Cholr 4-8 Intra mural 40 4-7, 4-8 Journalism 47 ll ll'FOliD hh ERN He share: hu office ualh r Herhtel lntramural 46 47 48 ,Jr 3? 'WAN IS JEINSEW Mavu as a real out of door: gnr lhonr 46 47 4-8 Drama 46 47 48 French Club 47 Journalism 48 Orchestra 46 47, 48 L brary Club '48 ROBFRT IOHNSON Dui you say dance? Ill l there liand 4h 47 Basketball 40 hhllll' 47 48 Chorus 4-b Foot hall 46 47 Intramural 47 48 rack 46 47 Phe 'Vlan NS ho Came to Dmner KHARLOFTE lxAIYllx 411 all around gurl Lhonr 47 48 VERNON BILDE Hrs drawmg power u hw drau 'Q mg power PDVSARD KLEHNFI Romeo uhere I8 thy Juliet? Band 47 4-8 Cholr 47 48 Or chestra 47 48 Pep Band 47 4-8 Thespmns 47 '4-8 Our 'lo11n Boys Quartet 48 The Nlan Vl ho Came to Dmner The Nllght of January Slxteenth Nl ARCFI I A I ANDBERL1 Shes a poet and ue Ano-u. at Chorus 46 Chill! 47 48 our Ildllim 46 47 Library Club 47 48 Stenograph1 1 . -L 1 v ' ' ' 4 . . L L ' , 1 - 1 1 1 , 1 1 , l ' 1 H ' 19 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , . 11, 1 1 I V 1 5 g ' 7 ' 1 1 1 1 1 7 l . ' 1 Q . , Q l' 1 1 .. l Y . . J 1 1 1 1 Y V . 1 I 4 . . - 4 ' A - .' 1 ' , :' I A . H' 1 , . ' - 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' . 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XIHRX N I ANFX I m nv rmflexx me fl uullfn. ll 1 urnrlvtnrm uma 40 1 CIIIIISIINI- I XRSON Ihv llunru n nur flaw nnual 4 md urus 441 fhmr 41 48 Drun I IOUTIIIIISIII 41 41 Orcheitra Otte r 1-H I cp Banc I xrarw ur Qum en s tcm ant 4 Hnrmm I uv Nutmnal Honor SOCIQIN 48 me 'VIm Who Czme to Dinner IXXDPII IIIIPVIOFN H :th Izu qoes a happy nv posztmn Chorua 46 47 48 0 A A 48 Qtenography NY III 'HID IOBFRC. lhf army 'full clazm thus 'man Intramural 4h II'O MARIY 'Vmw but hirnwl ran IW his parallel. Speech Club '48- Thr Man NI'hu Camo to Dinm r." MARCELLA MESSENGER Shia as quiet as a mouse! . Chorus '47g Choir '48: "A Date' XVith Judy"g Drama '46, '47, '4-8: G..-LA. '46, '47, '4-8: Journalism '4-7g Otter '48g Horizon Club '48: Stenography. BFRN ICE I ANGSI' TH Our tsp top typzst Annual 48 Orchestra 46 47 48 Horizon Cluh 48 Stenogra IIY III'I FN I FI' qtarn an her han' Band 46 47 48 Iournxllsm 46 Horlzon Club 48 Stenographx DONALD IINDQLIST One of our puwup boys Pntered from Oak Orme Semln ary Fargo Cholr 48 Declam 48 Ihe Vlan Who Came to Dm ner DI' I ORFQ 'VIAROHI Pzeruthmq uint all rake and we rream so she says ORVII LI' MAVIQ ' nf. In P .lguinf ' ' " 48' l'rac' ' ". FAYETTE MEYER IVP know that Fay will xucrvrd in 'whntezwr she does. Vt FSI EY MILLER one II ealey a machine to tink er with and he .1 happy 'VIII TON MOI TER Well I got a little pzgsluny education too Band 4-6, 47 4-8 Chorus Football '4-8 Intramural Drama 4-8 'The Man Who Came to Dinner ROL ER MUTHS II hats wrong with blond: Roger? VINIAN NELSON We didnt know her long but we liked what we knew Fntered from Braham High School Braham, Minnesota PAUL OI SON He has a four oclock smile Intramural 46 47 LOREN OPSAI, We caught him studying once -just once. BFNNETH MOHS He can argue a point until atv uorn off IIITA 'VIONSON' I uorthu oal pleruont uith out intellectual 'within Band 46 47 48 Chorus 46 Choir 47 48 Class Vice President 47 Drama 46 Frennh Club 47 GAA 46 47 Joumalism 47 National Hon or Society 41 48 Thes ians 47 48 Our Town Library Cub 47 Hon zon Club 48 Honor Student Repre aentatwe Senior The Man Who Came gig hDinner The Night of January I DONAI D NFI SON Iln hobby is pursumq Intramural 46 47 48 ROBERT NEWMAN He and art are bosom buddies Annual 4-8 Band '46 4-8 Speech Club 48 ROBERT OI SON I sense of humor that tickles uathout scratching Annual 48 Band 46 47 48 Basket ball Manager 48 Chorus 46, Choir '47 48- Class President 46- 'A Date VVith Iidx-1' Football '46, ' . 5 French Club 47- Intramural 47' Na- tional Athletic Honor Society 47 ' 5 National Honor Society 47 48' Otter '47, 48- Pep Band 46 47- Speech Club 46 '48- Student Council 47- Thespians 46 '4' '48- " r Town-" Boys Quartet 48- Honor Student- Rep- resentative Senior- "The Man Who Came to Dinner- ' "The Night of Ian- uary l6th.' ORRIN PAULSON What uould the Student Coun- cil do without their president? and '4', '47, '4-8g F.F.A. ' 'g Student Council '48, HI'I PN PI' DI' HSC N Shar! ll!! u bury ll y Horizon Club 48 IIIPNI I Plilx NS Full n pzp mul pfppffr in rlc ul:-r orus our rl I Iourni :sm I- 0 ar Iloruon I luh 48 Stl no in IIIIISI INI' III X NUI nwunr uf rl lzlu If linux er iorus uc 1 IKK lx IIOBI' Iilb Pllflfllillll lark I6 lrnluv man Chorus 46 Choir 47 48 lntru mural 40 47 48 Ihe 'Vlan NK ho hum' to Dinner IICTHE RUQTAD qhrlf ulunyx in a t'u'hirl. Ilund '46 '47 '48- Baton I'wirlinpz 4' '4' '48- Iournalism 47' Mu- jorette '46 '41 48- Horizon Club '48- qtenography. DONNA LEE RCGG Ilerelv a gal you'd like for n wife- xhw mn-iarx in Ilomf Er. Horizon Club: Drama Club '4-8. VR 49 'S II I FNIL PPRKINQ Vvat run' and nifty I AA 46 47 48 Horizon Club IJ NN K I I II- IIS N llwu en nuqhlu ml horis I noir X it mc x 4 mh x Iournu :sm I- oruon um r if 48 Stenorrapln IJ KRW IN NINI QI ISI I rllvnplf n I ulenhprff I' If FN I4 ROQFNBI' Rh Ilr llvdlund 1 nghf hand mm: and 4 47 48 Prenci I un I7 Journalism 47 IJAI I' Rl DI' Hof: aunt music' tn our ear-vf. Chorus '46- Choir 47 48- In rn- mural '46 '47 48' Thespians 47 ' ' Our 'lown"- Boys Quartet 'tri' The Man Who Came to Din- nr'r"- The Night of January Sixteenth. MARJORIE SALMUNSUN .-I :mile ax rontayioun nr yawn. Band '46, '47, '-485 Drama '46, '47. 432 G.A.A. '47, '-48: Journalism '47g Orchestra '47, '-48: Utter 'ug Pep Band '47, '4-8: Horizon Club '48g Honor Studentg National Honor Society '48, ROSFVIARIE SAI Nl'bS Rouen friend ue uearmo on! the road hetween here and l'e1 can Chorus 47 Horizon Club -1-8 IIILX FRI X QAV X I' R e hall I all ll :lh Ina u m Om fou n nnual 48 Ihnd 46 4 48 A un VVlth Indy D1 alum 48 Dr un A 6 A 4 ounm lllsm 4 Orehutrm 46 47 Othr 48 P1 n Bind 48 Spuzh Club 48 T ns plans 4 48 Our 'l ow n Horuon 1 4' N lhonal Honor Soustw 8 The Nl fm Who Came to Duma 1 The Nlghk of Iamnn l6!h I AY I' IKNI SLHWIIDI Heres a gal that: tuned m I0 the rroht station DEORUILLN SIEMS ,Shy ax a jawn Iibrary Club 48- Horizon Club DONNA STFIY Our shou girl. BETTY STEUSSY Switzerlarufa living exponent of the good neighbor policy. Chorus '47, '48g Horizon Club '4-8. NUI X QA' DAHI 1 lan ua h a rlelu-aff :mule Horwon Club 48 Pnterul from Battle lake Ili-XNClb SLHNIIDI Hn fatornte auhjul IX Nlualy Hall Speech Club 48 ll IN FONT QC HROI4 DPR used lo be a .Loman hater but the Buble says love than' PHPWIIPF Basketball 46 47 Class Presndf-nt 44 A Dau Wlth Iudy Debate 46 47 ITU-hm 46 4 48 In 'na' rn 47 Ndhonal Honor Soclety 4 8 Otter 47 48 Speech Club 46 47 Theeplans 46 4 Our Town VFVV Award The Night of January 16th Salutatonan RICHARD S'VIllH zeze I o no! he ramew pugeonv for a hobby. DOROTHY STFIN An .-Hom Blond. LAVERNE STOCK There? a gleam in her eye. Horizon Club '48g Stenography. RL QQEI STOCK That rare smile that daz Iev IPWIS SIRASS Laugh a lzttle ezery day h does Chorus 46 PFA 4-6 Ilbrarx Lluh 4-7 48 SIIIRI FY SYNSTEI IFN 1 dark ltttle lass ulth a cute lzttle mr 4-6 FFA 4-6 Ilhrary Chorus Club 4-7 4-8 Iwatlonal Honor Soclety 48 IPSIER IHIl'b H hen the roll as called p you der III be late NIINI' RX A IHOVIPQON I hrue often regretted mr xpeeeh nezer my nlenrr mrus 40 fllllll' 4-7 PHOEBE IONIH AX I' Nome luke ree some 1 e Queen' I Ill-e lark - RUTH STOCK My Bud dy Chorus 4-7 4-8 Speech Club 4-6 Horizon Club 4-8 WIARJORIF bLND Dont rush mel Quit pushm' Chorus 46 Chmr 4-7 48 Ilbrary Club 4-7 Horizon Club 4-8 SHIRI FY TENIVEY Shsrley proves that red han' can be beautiful Chorus 4-6 Choir 4-7, '48 Sten ography CHARVIAXNE IHOVIPSON When you tell a Joke 'lomrme as the fnst one to giggle Chorus 4-6 Choir 47 4-8 Ill' I ORIS 101 I I' PSUN Quiet and una.v.-vumma IIWX I'I FORK PRSOX N e qetx attenta-n zthout lentmn orus 4-tr Choir as X109 Presldc'-nt 4-H Drfmn Club 4-! 47 4-8 Iournnllsm 4-7 Ottsr '48: Que-en's Attendant '4-6: Thes- mians 4-N: Nlmtionml Honor Society '4-8- The Night of Ianuary Six- ive-nth.' IIPIIA FXGDAHI qporfs' Sportn' Sporls' C A A 46 47 4-8 Stenography OI AF LCQTAD lhzs uorld ull! be murh Iwftn or one good farmer A 6 4- GPORUIA XAN Dhlx I dumgree lhorue 40 Ll10lI' 47 48 Debate 40 47 48 Drama Klub 4-0 4-7 48 I0lll'IldllSI'I'l 4-b 47 Ilbrnrw Club 47 48 Horllon Club 48 lrlple lrno 48 YFRNON XIDGFR He ntoops to nothing u 0 door Intramural 4-6 4-7 48 IOAN VVFFALD She mme to us a arranger but norm berame our friend. Otter 48' library Club 4-8' Hor- izon Club 4-8- Entered from St. Louis Park- Drama 4-8' Honor Student. CHARLFIS YVHSSISCIIC Ilix urorilr xony ix ".'Volu." '. '.A. 7 ' ' ", '4-Hg Foot m ' '. A 'g n rz-unural '4-G, '4 , '- . IJ I ..I8.. 'ANNIE TX QW FR Who punrtunhuv her lwntenrfv 1-:nth dimples fhorus 46 Choir 47 4-8 Ilbrarx Club 48 Horwon Club 48 lrlple lrlo 4- 8 The 'Wan Who tame to Dinner IPRAI D I NDFHD-XIII Inns a long hard grind bu! I made DFI ORFQ N IOEN Her Ime ur beauty Horizon Club 48 CHARI FS N OI I BRECHT llomen dont appreciate fm Band 46 47 4-8 Class President Intramural 4 47 Soeech Club 48 The Man Who Came to Dinner. WILI ARD YVEN'l'Zl'.l I e'l make' Il 'Whorf-slap" I any haxebnll fiwld. The Man WA'ho Came to Dinner." JANET WILSON I enple are her hobby. Annual '4-84 Class Vive President '1-'g Speech '4-Vg Chorus 46, '4-7: D anna 'M' '47, '48g French C I '-'g D. '4-1', '47g Iournaism 'L', '4-74 Student Council '4-Hg l.i- hruryCIub '47, '48g Horizon Club '-Wg Stenographyg National Hong or Society '4H. X I Q 6 1 H KY y 4 I CO X I 1 1 4 114 4 5 N nn V w 'W l unc x NIAIC Maxx:-llc ll F r l 11 flfrf ,ffl Ax ,flvffff ' A I hflfrf nf My fn IH, I 1 if I I fn I 'f T ' Vinll ISK ml 'lm WT, 'Mx ll!'.lHIl tl: l 1' Api11pAy.y'1.u,'LT,'u Imrnll ixm 'I-lg Ur'lu-Ntru 'H U- ln - 1 liuui 'UL WT. 'Mg lllrfllllll ilul 'I'-1 Nffuml Ilunrr .' 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"I Xl Xl rx X l N7 l ' lw BOB OLSON If 1ts wlt and humor you want just find Bob and hell go right to It An all round good scout Bob IS actlve ln Thesplans lb an edxtor on the Annual and lS lfldlSpCflS able to the football team The Otter IS fortunate to have Bob on 1ts staff As OOglC 1n the unlor Class Play A Date Wlth Iudy Bob had a wonderful chance to dlSplaV hns dramatlc abllxty For two years Bob has been a member of the Watlonal Honor SOCl6tV Versatlle and musical Bob IS m band cholr and Bovs Quartet He has trulv de served the honor of representing the Class of 48 PHYLLIS HASKELL Shes our edltorl As managmg edxtor on the Annual Staff and news edxtor on the Otter Staff Phyllxs proves her dependabnlx tv and efliclency She IS a girl who IS al ways Wllllng to work and to see that what she does IS done well Besldes yournahsm her scholastlc a chlevements mclude dramatlcs G A A and band We wlll always remembers, Phyllls as our beautlful Homecommg Queen txonal Honor SOCICU and Thesplans a so clalm her service Phylhs charming personallty fine char acter and hugh Ideals make her our Ch0lC6 for the honor of representmg the semox class I ' - ' . Na- ? , .1 B s 1 Represenfafive D . . n I . . l , .fl I RITA MONSON Every once in a while a girl like Rita comes along and everyone who knows her is glad of it She is gifted with personality' talent and the ability to get ahead She IS a friendly modest young lady liked by all. Her high school record reads llke Something out of Whos lVho Band Cholr National Honor Society Thespians and Otter Staff are among her accomplish ments College will be her next stop and from there on who knoyysl Whateyer she de cides to do of one thlng we ll be sure 'Ihats that shell be a success' Seniors T EMMETT HEIBERC Emmetts fine record of achievement is really astounding Hrs dependability and his activities Crye him a job and rest assured it will be done His musical talent is well known he IS organist at the First English Church and accompanist for the bovs quartet Another hobbv fayorlte of his is photography h is photographer for the annual Surely you hxye heard his merry greeting Hossen Carr Det His oyerwhelming personality yyms him many frlends They sincerely be reye he is worthy of this high honor , . . . y , , , , ,, ., . 5. lv, V . iq, ' ' 1 ' ff' S Y f ' ' - 4 , . , . , . , . l Y Q 7, co-operativeness make him a leader in all 'll .S I 4 n p 9 u 1 6' ' l 7 'S 5 m .v . . . . - 3 u 1, . . . ,Q 9 ly. I C s 'Y Q Y 2 .i x I . , .. Y. Q . S 'V . . v . 'V - 1. t .E y . .Y ' -- :I '- DI-IANL HELC psoxl PHYI Llb llASlxELL Bausch Lomb D A R Dum! Helgeson reupunt of tht 1948 Wlnn von 'xrc loolcmg fo 1 Wllllng dc BmsLhL0mh Awxrd ls deguvmg of thu pcnclxlxlc worker .rncl ln excellent lexder honor lmcc'n1Gc of hm sclmolxrshlp and mtercst L -ll Un PhYll15 Shell do the 10h Wf ll and In suenuhc subnets g.,l1dlv Bcmuse of these qullxtlcs md hcr spxrlclmg personmlxtv she has nghtfully been gnen the DA R Award ARLENE FICIN CLINTON SCHROEDER X F Xl Auards I'xxo ol our most loxll mcl clenenclxlmle students durmg the vast year were Arlenc md Cflmtori Tlmex .Arc outst mclmg llotlx ln sclwlirslup und extra Lllfflilllll' 'lctnltxei VVe know f t C ll mton md Arlenc xull be x Success 1n whateser tlmex do .md slnccrcly fcel th at thew lre xull cleserxmg of thls xc lrs X l' V5 Awards 27 0 - 4 c- ' " 4 I4 . J ' Y 2 x I " 1 u ' "' i- t , , , , I , . . , y Q--- 1 - K- g - ' . ,,- ,1 , B l N v rf '1 ' ' A-A xx A . a- . .-If c . 1 - ' sz . 1, - x 1 X -., A 1 l . .' ja z z . -" ' fa A . ' Ja '- a a .' '-' -1 ." .. ' As fime goes b As we settle back in our arm chairs and dig out the magnificent scrapbook of our class, the class of '48, we wonder and chuckle over our achievements, downfalls, and tribu- lations. In the year 1930 the generous stork brought us blessed little angels and laid us in pink and blue blanketed cribs There we lay con tented while our mothers gushed and cooed over us Our first teeth were sprung and our fat woobly legs soon discovered the art of crawling and walkin' Our brains receive more folds and we be came bright enough for an education Phyllis Haskell Emmett Heiberg Bob Olson Cora 'vfae Zenner and Arthur Barke attended Claire Ann Shover Nursery School and learn ed how to break crayons and stuff them in their little mouths ln 1936 we attended first grade That was the vear the teacher sent Virginia Frees home because she was so small Bubs johnson made a visit each mommg to 'vlarg Salmonsons home and protected her on the way to school ln fourth grade part of the Lincoln School population was moved to the NicKmley School The Blue Bird girls and Cubs assem bled and earned higher ranks and awards Every Tuesdav aftemoon we gathered at our churches for Tuesdav school and met nevy friends From second until sixth grades the W PA employ ed a tap dancing and music teacher to teach us hovv to wiggle our toes and moyz our fingers As the girls cune to sixth grade they be came morc domc strc 'ind joined the Whistle While VVe Work sewing club Gerry Halvor son still enoyed the more playful life and chased an practically killed the Adams school girls Willard Anderson Don Nelson and Leo Nlarty played tag or cowboy with Bev Sawyer Marg Salmonson and Phvl Has kell Bobby Olson found great joy in chasing his dog after Kay Glende In 1942 we graduated from grade school ind entered junior High janct XVilson wrote lbout Freddv Fro s loumeys for the school paper ln the fo lowing March the great blizzard formed and stalled manv at thc Moorhead game ln the following year slam books floated write the meanest slam about another fellovy The girls glorled in wearing cardigan sweat ers backwards and their breaths were taken awav bv Bill Fosss bright yellow sweater The American Legion Awards were given to the outstanding hov and girl Bob Olson and Phyllis Haskell This was the year Eunice Hellickson acted as Bob Olsons wife in the one act play VVhy Hubert' Dalton Elizabeth and other mral students entered the Freshman Class with us That year Bill Foss started out as our athletic hero on the football and basketball team Evervonc sang Niairzy Doats as we pranced around in yeans and long shirts which were so dignl fied and daintv'99"' Eunice Hellickson and Sally Hanson created a not in acting out Nfrs Xfurphy s Lhowder Ah' Hes' And then in our sophomore year we entered senior high Nlary Bloomquist gained many a gu'ls heart speeding around with lns motorcycle That was the year the seventeen girls got together and formed the Calling All Girls Club In spring we present ed our talent convocation The gals swooned and nearlv fell on their pans when jack Rob erts san Dear Xfom and Bubs johnson Shoo Fv Pie Y As another vear passed we started the year ont with a bang modeling stocking caps the gayer and longer the better' We won the Homecoming convocation skit award and felt pretty proud ln November we became super salesmen and sold more tickets for A Date VV1th judy than ever before Pot luck sup pers were all the go and we enloyed a can teen in the boys gym after Ventilating it' Bev Sawyer and Clint Schroeder won the best junior Thesplan awards Bud Berg and Ruth Stock together with Bob Olson and Elaine Bergerud were the ever steady couples To make the year complete we had the unror Senior banquet party and rom The halls were decorated In blue an white and re sembled a ship After this rand event many of us went to parties at t e lakes Seniors' Wow' Now we were the big wheels of the school King Bill Foss and Queen Phyl Haskell reigned over us on rainy Homecoming Day The day closed with the football game and Elks dance Bill Foss and lhalmer Kellec were our basketball stars Bill Bob Hotchkiss and Bob Olson our football heroes and Squirt Willard and Bob Hotchkiss our fighting champs The Canteen was once again started and proved a success I' he Boys Quartet Bob Olson Nfary Bloom qinst Edward Kuehnel and Dale Rude ac companred by Emmett Heiberg won first prize at the Parkers Prairie amateur contest singing 'yfv Loney Island Baby We couldnt forget the change of styles Gibson Girl blouses tics long balenna skuts and black hose were the striking clothes modeled by the gals much to the boys disgust Love was not orgottcn' N nrgmia Frees surpnsed ey erv one by displaying a beautiful engagement ring Somc of the boys swore off womtn but soon broke tht yows Outstanding personalities in thc class proy ed to be our award winners Bausch Lomb kyyard Duane Helgeson D -K R Phyllis Haskell V FW winners Llinton Schroeder and Arlene Fick We were also proud of our Representative Seniors Bob Olson Rita Xfonson Emmett Heiberg and Phyllis Has e Each spring the basketball toumaments and music festivals were the peak of our freedom and fun' Generally by 400 ANI ey ery one was ready for the mattress is Time Goes By was the neys school song picked by the Student Council The seniors were entertained by the yuniors with a splendid and exquisite banquet and prom Graduation' How we yyaited for that' We departed from Washington High some yoy ous but manv with tears in our eyes"' P - 1 ....Q' D -7. . 4 I I A P fo 4 - 1 t ug allover the place. We tried to see who could -' ' . l 4 , A' . ti , A A .' I ' .V - ? ' , V. . . V If '. W I 1'- v ' .. I " .' l 1, '. A 7, ' I ' 'i X .I .L ' 'H Q . . ' . .- v . ' 1 ' . .- 23 -. Class Prophecy The 1978 edntron of Whos Who ln Amenca sums to mclude as nearly as possxble brlef hfe sketches of the most notable llvm Clfl Lens ln all parts of the countrs A brle sum marv IS presented Luella Tssdal and Issdell Llllemoen are secretary stenographers to the C l 1 n to n Schroeder Allan Hanson Law F1rm Robert Newman flnds employment pamt 1ng burlesque posters Nfarcella Landburg as llbrarlan fmds as tronomy books for Dale Rude who studles the stars Leonard Wlllard knocked out joe Louls jr Georgia Van Dyk IS a hlstory professor at Columbia Unlverslty of which Duane Hel geson IS Emstem the second DuWayne Chnstlansen makes 875000 a year as a wmdow washer Emmett Hexberg doctor of broken hearts at Wrxght Hospltal gets hrs patlents from Kathryn Ianey a fortune teller Hrs nurse 'slaxme Guenther treats Ed Kuehnel a reg ular patient Other nurses are Lorrame Aas Dolores Bjorgo Lorrame Anderson and lone Edlund Don Llndqulst 15 the fasorlte movie star of thousands Luella Albers rs a bookkeeper to Eugene Rosenberg who produces the Rosenberg Follles Honey Larson stars as a French singer and trapeze artist kay Glende I5 stylmg Adnan gowns Nlarvm Bloomqulst rs a motorcycle cop Vll'gl!'ll'l Frees 15 marrled and mothermg her twenty one llttle Foxes Donna Bllgg teaches home economics to Bob Hotchkiss and grandson Bllly Borowskl a tramp poet The All rlght Albrecht Night Club run bv cllffflld Albrecht emplovs Vlargery ohnson as soloist of George Gar s NVomen s Garders Orchestra Carroll Anderson and Donald Nelson prlnters ale busy mlmeographlng Vernon lxlldes cartoons LaVonne Anderson acts as joker for that card Gunderson whlle Nfarlon Baker fries doughnuts m VV1lls lard hvdrogenated bs XV1llard Anderson Harold Baldwm has devlsed a calendar with all the months june Bubs ohnson sells most of hrs lnsurance to hnnself and C man Art Barke who solsed the case of Phoebe Tomhaves mlbblng en cvclopedla solume jack to Roberts kenneth Berg IS draftlng lcebergs for Stocks lcehouse Russell saws the ICQ whlle Buth sprxnkles xt with sawdust L01 ralne Berg and Delores Vlg n are runnmg a halrdressmg academy 1n French Two of the regular customers are Charles sVessberg and Lester Thres Vlvlan Nelson IS lectunng on mamc de presslves to LaVeme Boese Bexerly Clas pool and sV1llard Wentzel Lloyd Dlmkes campargn for the leglslature IS bemg fmanced by magnates Orvllle NISVIS and 'siayo Harthun Darwm Rmgqulst prmts the posters Blll Foss 15 now a teacher at Arthur 'slur rass Dancmg School teaching Paul Olson square dancmg Elaine Bergerud teaches the new requlred senlor hugh subject Fllrtmg Illene Perkms the roll taker Ends perfect attendance Bes Delst rs conducting a new home econ omlcs course for young mamed women Those attendmg are the former Norma Houg Eunice Hellxckson and Nlanan Domxmck A local wrlter Rxchard Burau has written a bxography of Wrllard Loberg a commxs sxoned Arms offncer The book IS dedlcated to VV1lma Clausen who carefully edlted lt lxelth Cole runs the Foshome Floral Com pans with thc lsslstance of Cllff lsscm who has blologlcal lntcrcsts Thur xble salesman IS leo Nlarts Dons Clement Ellen Elllott and Delores Xlarhol are alfllllt' stcwardesses at Emal Nhckelson Fneld Dorothy Ecker sells tlckets to the cacklxng woman sldeshow featurmg Lols Enderson Also mcluded 1n the show 15 a spllts act bs Irene Perkms and Vemon Vldger as the hu man skyscraper Charles Xollbrecht IS the professxonal whrstler Frances Estvold the owner of the Transfer Bus Lme between Fergus Falls and Wahpe ton has as regular passengers Charmayne Thompson Betty Steussv and Helen Lee joan Forma Ellen Frlednch and Fayette 'sleyers shovel snow ln front of the Lewis Strass Bakerv Charlotte lxalvlk and IaVerne Stock re touch and prmt photos of that glamor bos Roger Muths Elden Isersen teaches Romance lll Ten Easy Lessons to Paul Hansel Nlarlyn Knoll and Rosemary Salness Holly Grmager a federal game warden fmed Phylhs brage and Claryce Hoff for trappxng wolves ftwo leggedj Loren Opsahl and Orrln Paulson are regu lar callers at Ceraldme Halvorsons Old Nlalds Home Donna Stem the receptxomst xs kept qulte busy Bob Olson the local obstetrlclan and mor tlclan wxth the help of hrs nurses Nola San dahl and Cora Mae Zenner will care for you from begmmng to end oanne Hanson jewel Torgerson and Anne Tysver are teaching agnculture to the Future Farmers of Amerxci Olaf Ugstad lb taking a refresher course Georgeen Srems and Rrchard Smlth auc tloneers at Elwabeth Holstroms lmgerle Store llterally terrlfy us with their booming soxces Shlrlev Synstellen and Gerald Undeldahl are the smglng duet vshose theme song Prg of Xly Heart IS written by Kenneth 'slohs Sallv Hanson xs teachmg Chalmer Kellec the art of wmkmg the class he mrssed lu hrs senlor year He IS bemg encouraged bv ltuthe Rogstad At the present time Phsllls Haskell IS the fnst woman mavor of Fergus Falls Her worthy asslstant xs Futa Nfonson and Helen Pederson acts as clerk of court Gall lversen drxses the taxx cab whose passengers are paid bs Nlarg Salmonson Beserly ennen rs consldermg lolnmg thrs partnershlp XTHVIS jensen Bubs johnson and Bemlcc Laugseth pollsh shoes and resole them Nlm erva Thompson and lJE'l0l'lS Tollefson sell them second hand to the Francxs Schmxdt Tru fmt Shoe Store Laveme Schmxdt acts as Wesley 'vhllers personal servant She and Dorothy Stem speclallze ln putting pm curls m hls halr Nlarjone Sund and Shules Tenney dnve grasel trucks for Lhnstme Renolds local plckup sersxcc 'shlton Molter hamesses horses for joan Wefald s slelgh riders janet Wllson sees that the cnpples receive good care Donna Peterson dlserts the patlents atten txon whxle Bev Sawyer gentlv pncks then fmgers for lose tests 'slost of the tests arc posltlve and are referred to Arlene F lck who solves their problems Klarcella 'sfessenger the fat lady ns thexr most recent patxent Thus lmposmg lust of famous Amencans wlll no doubt add to then fame and fortune as the years go by .. , . . ,. , s . , , - . . 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My-xg -.'. -,AQA WL I. f 'S ,i 1 ,A . ffl 'Q T W' 'Wig F v . w Freshman Class OFFICERS Presldent Cerald Lredl Vlce Presldent Const mce Torgusson Secretary Bexerlw Snyder joe Vogel ADVISERS EN 'mgclme u lm Thelma Nlndthun JUAIOR HICH COUNCIL BCYGTIY Sm der Robert Muller Cordon Baltkcn Davyd Vlgen Well Lee Dlrrcll lxuehnel Mafllyn lxxern Rebecca Pederson JLNIOR RED CROSS COUINCIL Rebecca Pedcrson Burnhan1 Elton In October the freshmen had thelr get acquamted party whrch was an In tercolleglate Party Games contests a movxe lIl1tl3t1OIl program and refresh ments were the hlghllghts of the exenlng For Homecommg the freshmen partlcrpated actn ely rn all the festrvrtres For the parade they had a fine float Thexr queens attendants were the charmrng., Janelle Provang and Constance Torgusson The freshmen have taken a leadlng part Ill several extra currlcular act1v1t1es such as band orchestra chorus speech CAA The freshmen have been responsxble for varrous convocatlon programs whxch mcluded one act plays and the annual talent show 26 -- ,... ., ..........,..,...... . 'z- I , ..,.. . .,..., .,... . ., V V Treasurer .,... . . ........., , ............ . - . , Y C-X ' . ' s I ' 1 ' . C - - 1 . yn N . . ,' 9 7 7 4 9 ' . 1 . - 7 3 3 3 7 ' ' ' Sophomore C loss President Vice Presldent Secret lrv 'I reasurer 'Mrs Hxslcell Nhss Iluscby D urd Noyes OFFICERS ADVISERS STUDENT COUNCII Phyllrs Halxorson Cordon Olson Davrd Lundeen Cordon NVellbrodt Mr Andtrson Xilss L1 Hocque Be mlu Nlytkelrnoe The Class of 1900 dld their share rn makrng the 1941 H0m6COmlI1g a success wlth thelr two gorgeous attendants Darlene Shol and Della Tywand The sophomores thls year were actrve Ill chorus Drama Club band jour nallsm C XA 'md Speech Club The sophs also had 1 sextet whlch nude a hlt wlth mam 'ln audience Sports was another 3CtlVlfV ln whrch th1s class showed thelr talents The-xr stars mclude Noel Olson a starter on the A Squad rn basketball while mam others showed therr sklll ID both football and hasltetball '7 1 .,.,,, ,. . ......,, A " ' - ......,, , , ......, .,...... . Gayle Beecher , f, Q . 5. . , . R, A B. , , , .,A . ,.. . . . . .. . Y. I Y .1 ' . .V . 1 . Y 7 9 L 7 , .. . ., c . - 4 .V ' 1. ' C s , I L v Q ' 9 1 Y-Q Junior Class OFFICERS Presldent Vlncent Araslcog Vlce Presxdent Iuneal Lawrenson Secretary jams Lmdor Treasurer Emest Sorben COUNCIL MEMBERS Elame Way Thomas Gorton Floyd Relshus ADVISERS Mlss Frankovlz Mr Larson Mlss Mmor Mrs Bechtel Th1s up and commg Iunlor Class proved that the old fashroned melodrama could be done for a modern audlence 1n therr excellent performance of The Curse of an Achmg Heart A new all tnme hrgh was made 1n tlcket sales for the class play thls year On Homecommg Day the yumors took top honors wlth both the stunt and float awards Attendants to the queen thxs year were ams Lmdor and Ruth Nlorken Not to be outdone lll athlet1cs Hubert Hovland and Paul Cust were 1un1or stars ID football- whlle Hox land Cust johnson Boen Rlpley and Heyen gaxe their best to basketball. ....- 28.-. 'Ihr mule IY lm! the gumzns stomp A Man s I1 Van for ll thu! lde 3llSflL tlly 1nd theoretxeallx we h lu 1lw Us h ul vquihty he fore the lxw 'md e qu1l ommrtunlty l r ull re lrdle ss of r au ee Cl w A t r sou xl posl n u lllx we h1ve lu ns falled to re eh We kldnapne Ll the Negroes hrought them to Amlrxe 1 lxnehed them 'Ind nersecuted them ln mtny other ways We stole this great land from tl lneln s murdered them when they resisted our idx mee vest wud shut them un on sm Ill reservations when thu heeame xmpatlent with thvlr lot forced our um f llfe- u won them 'md starved them These 'xre hut two of the many sltuatlons ln Whltll we have flllen fur short of the xdeals we supvrflexally le ept ml so ghhly rep: lt In Dllblll speeches Amid the overwhelming problems of toelly th xt thre xten to destroy us the ldval of the Brotherhood of Man IS the only hone of mankxnd The future of tue world depends upon the aeecptane: of 'mel the praetlee of thls pre-cept by the leaders mel masses of hunmnlty LEO H DONUNICR ln order to deulop 1 9"Pll'lf of Brotherhood must le Im to foster l resne-ct for the llldltldllll hased on hrs own worth and eharaeter We must forget nur soelllsd attitude of tolerance uhxeh often only Lon notes 'ln xnferlorltx superiority rehtmnshlp or merels 1 Wllllll2U4SS to bear wlth others There must be rm xl swnpmthy and understanding There must be' reeogmtlons of the fmt that neonle of different racial that eontrlhute strength to our society Our world IS an lnffli, xte network of llvmg human energies which lnnds 'ull ursons 1n eooneratlve effort and m one eommon im It 18 .1 tragedy that we' waste our eneryzne-s ln hghtmg one another lnstead of fightlng the- common enemies of mankind Creatne and m ventwe txlent 1s not a mononoly confined to any one natxon or race We must leam to lne and work to ,ze-ther 1n fm vnnt of harmony rf we wmnt our ClV1l1Z8 hun to survive EDWARD W BECHTEL Board 0fEducr1tmn john Dle-seth I Sxennehv, F I Ixloster, A A Vollbreeht Heno Xhttelstadt S permtendent Do nnmek, Ralph Smner 4' b 4 . I s ' ' - ,. ,J . ii Q' ' s H ' 1 - ' 1 ' r ' - - - u vv , . , . H , . . -. I nb , v we ,' l , , I- ,E H- . 2 ,L-- . ' ' V 3 A . i I X 1, ,, Z.,l -. 1 K-,1', A. i h 'X Q.. I '- ." ' ' 'z . X . V. 4 or , .31 '.' "l, ,' 'V .K 4' .,-. 11: 2 'H Cr" . ml h rr . "a tio , R ' ' -A . V' . ." , . - . Act 2 ,' ' . ' Z1 '- -el' this ielvnl. -4 K - 15 ' b A 3 . 5 A . . A , ,w , . .A ,. " . , 2. - - , ' , ' and 1-nshwvd lhvrn: Slrwv fhvy' wvre' frvvd. wv haw origins or re-ligiuus beliefs have cultural backgrounds ' ' ' 1 1 - le' 'un . 2 ' '-Q f - ' ' - ' - ' ' , 1 ' . 1 . . ' - - H ' , 'r , ' - . 4 3 ' '- , -. -, 1 . A , - , i , '. h . , .' ' ' . ' ' ' R 'C' l I , A I ' ' . ,. . x . 6 M.- . . ' I . F 4 . 1 - . - ,- .R l .- gy t , " . '4 " 'V . ' ' . . K I . , :PG 'Q 'fir . - 'D 'D x s I .J 'fl 'W-1 H.. ' l I I Q , . ' i . . . . . ' , ' A ' f y 'U ' - Frances Haller Beverly Braaten Nfrs Elsxe Habedmk Mrs Dons L'1rson Secretary to Supcrmtf ndent Secretary to Prvwwal Serra tary to Coordinator been tary to Pnnupal Senior High F aculfy I Archer Eggen Nlrs C lxdys Nioomy Olett 1 Lunde Rubsill Xk7l9lll'Jlll'I'l I lbmnrm I lhmrmn School 'Vursc C uurdmamr Ethyl Huseby Ardlth Lee Earl Engmn Typing Stenogmphy Chllh Chorus Chunutry Phym Xirs Bernice Hedluncl Frank Hedlund VN N era H lslu Il 'I yy: ng lnnd Orchastm f mme try Hxghe r Uulh Doris Struthers Mrs. Corinne Nvlslm Paul Anderson Bunkkcvping, Buxinrvv I,nu' Music Assistant Biology .i lg I l llc lc n Fr mkos IZ ,Llrsll XI Ill lm n Stn ppm Nlrs Luny Lee I n1.hsh X Ceraldme Lallocque Mrs Irene Larson ba u, mg Illllman Engquxst mm t llc ps lNom1an Calloway Engl'-'h X and XII Boys Physical hducatwn Football Coach Harriet MIHOY Elmer Halverson Industrial Arts I-mm Gf""U-17' Vocnfiond Agriculture Alfred Letlch Xthlr tu Dml tor Ilaskc tlfull Com In john Hermes Boys Physwal Lducutaon Ceorgla Pederson C oakmg WX, Xirs Nidrv Anderson Dorothy lxyorlne Roland Larson VIS Lillian Bechtel Uodl rn llnsfory Soma! Sl u nc 4 Amencan History H0116 'Tl Hwfflfy 32 il v . V 557. , 'Y' A lfnf' ' " f' Z l'fn4.1li.xkh XII Girls' Phyxiful l'ldllCllfllll ' . V . . .lunlor High Faculfy Lk mu one Be nwn th 5 l 1111 r11l 1 1 1 B 1rsm ss 1 1 S011 nu X1 IQ Hmm x12 n str11l Arts W V Lklund 8th C 111 bc 11111 111 umxmk rt 1 11 1 11 1 fllltl 11 rs Ill e.11x1111 8 1 N 1 ou! 1, M lrdonn 1 B rtholet 9th f Q11 B nm xx 1 1111144 1111 1s 1 1 11r1 1 x1 1. 1 1 11 Suu Ex 111111 11111 Quim 1 F Lfllsh mln I' 1 1 s 11 1 1r1 1 L1 1 1s1111 1111 1x11 N 11 11rs1111 I'111.l151 1s nm s F1114q111st 1th XI1t1 4 1111 N 11 t 11111 t1 5 111 1 1 r run 1 rx 1 1 1111, 11 an -u Q1 Alfred Svennebv X1 1rt1n Saute CI1 1rles B11m1g1'-,ter i,-,inlmlv-2-11"""' 5 Nirs Nelhe Nioebms Alvm Gess Mrs Lxla Garberg P 111l Olson 03 3.41: 2.5: 1:2 F2 .S In -, - E Hg.- 44 lv: -1 In lwvff'-6 ' '- ' ' :hw 1 - 5' T' , "BP .' . f-A1 4 -sf.. -:-i A 1 LQ. F L.E'..'w 1 -C ,--, 'T -, ,, o Mn- ,, '-" 51..A'- 5'1l"1S --1-.rf J , ,., F ' 'Tw 5 ' I , af'-H , . ' .. 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A 0 5 Football .r ' I as len 2 Buck fmt Cult Bttther Plovd Relshui Boh Olson Ronnie Andtrson lstlth Iohnson Huh Hovlfmd Blll Futtn Paul Cust Bob Hotthluss 'xhlton Nlolttr Pmn! mu, Bob Wright John Holland Don Wftshhum Nh xrx Nhlt Plpkf Dau Nous Noel Olson Wnnt Lxrson Lylt Ktnltler Ctrry Lu-dl JK L!- MININ ROTA SI' ASON SCORES Llttlt F1lls Fmrgo Brttkenrldge Vvloorhtad SlLl'PKl Htart Pxrk Raprds Dttrolt Lakts Otters Otters Otters Otters Ottt rs Otters Otters Brttkt nndgt- Wahptton I- ergus Fargo Vloorhead V xllev C'1ty Offgrg 6 Wahpeton Sturtmg out w1th 1 group of tl"ltl'lUhldbtlC fo0tb1ll boys It Football Camp 111 Belllldjl Colth Nlomn C1llown looked forwlrd to .1 pl'0IT'llSll'lg season The strlppy Otters tunt through 1ust as he hnd hoped Llttle Fllls was u11tltft1ted md unstored upon extcpt for the Fergus Otters who hows tl to thtm '70 to lo Downmg I' urgo md loslng to 1 good Bretlc tt 1111 whlth won tht Minn lX0tl for tht thlrd str ught fllllt gut the hots lots of ton fldtntt In tht Homttommg gum tht Normen gut out with tlllll' htst md romptd mt-r Nloorht 1d '76 7 Commtg from ht hmd tht Ottt rs tlovx ntd Satrtd llt nrt '31 70 Trung thtlr hxrdtst but to no 1vul tht Otttrs wtrt dumptd hv hlg Pirk R1p1d.s 'lhe Otters flIllSl1ld up hftx hftx downing, Dttrolt Llkts 1nd at tht short tnd of 1 12 6 stort vuth Nl thptton Foss Mt-lane Emmett 0 on 'YL lI1:gi11:.lngt1'1ltlhrn:1t:m1 C1llow1y md tht l55l5lllll to 1thts Al Lttnth I H Johnwn Awlrd wmmr Blu Fuss 36 1 - v' 9 1' 9 - - ' 1 1. 4 Y, -N 1 v, V A 1 1, f 3 If L, 5, - ' fg .. sms - h ,l . l . Q A i l ' fl , 5 " 3 4 .., -' Q L' ,u , Z A, . , W L T I 15 A ' . ' 20 1- - ' 3 0 0 '13 . .. t 0 , . 3 5 1 3 . 1' " 3? - V 2 0 .- , ,. , . - 1 3 1 - 35 . , x- -1 I 3 0 . ,. . 1 ' 'l . , , . - .1 6 , I , 0 3 0 X12 I 12 ' 1 -1. x nr ' 1 1 x ll lr 11 Vi 1 ' 1' nb' l D 2 -1 h 4. , 'h . z . V-. ,x V. Y X Q1 Q l - v 6.- SENIOR STARS .bi -4 'A ' r X. 9 5155. . M79 6' i, 1" as 0 ' NM Q, ' X a ,Mlm V , - 'gk-lax I Q 1' 1 Q 1 ' x . 1 , J, ' 1' Q , If in 7- I .g m . , x ,f Gt Y 'qt ,,X Iflh nxu j vmfszly . N X 5 . ' PM-7 A A 'w. 1 D t L I il ., . 4 1 V, ,, rv-,gh xrqiwf- 'fm x, o . 9 a N' ' p J' x 'oy' L -ff' . - A1211 ff 'J 1 no So '. , ' "7 tl Basketball ml y at as rx Q lt I a I 1 ert Ol N 0 on fl xllmrs lx llu. Bill Boen Ruth john on and rry H v n xvlth only two regulars remammg from the fine team of 46 and 47 Coach Al Letlch set to the task of startrng anew What looked to be an unmterestmg season at the start turned mto some the closest and most thrlllmg games Fergus Hrgh ever wltmssed Outstandmg of these guues were those wrth Breekenndge and Perham The season ended wrth a mne and mne record but what thi. boys learned for future years IS by far more rmportant than the record itself SCORES I' ergus I' c r gus I' ergus Fergus Fergus I' er gus I' ergus Fergus Fergus I' er gus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fa Ls Fa ls Fa s Falls Falls Palls Falls Fa ls Fa ls Fa s Fx s Fa s F1 ls Fa s Fa ls Fa ls Fa ls 1' ills Pelle rn Raprds V! ahpeton Barnsulle rllew Cm Nloorhe ld Fargo Elbow Lake Fargo Breckenndge Barnesulle VX rhpeton Detrolt Lakes Nioorhead Pelle ln Raplds Perh rm Detrolt Lrkes Breckenndge Elbow Lake MINN KO Valley Crty Wahpeton Breckcnndge 'vioorhead Fxrgo Fergus Falls TA TOURNIAMENTS B l Rig 4- . 'l"l Butler, David Noy Milt Park-, llul -rt H rvl nd, B'll Foss, R nh- son, Mmmge-rg foul ls , fu K- -', ' Fa l Gust, s , je ejc- . . - . - , , 7 . . . r 4 - ' . . 1 2 3 ' ' 'l ' 44 . . , ' 'a ' ' ' 32 ' - ' l 32 . , . . " 55 ' ' ll 38 , , ' ' " 36 ' 33 V1 j ' 1' 43 . 49 . . 'a 33 ' , ' 54 , , . , ' 36 1 ' 44 . ' ' 49 ' l 41 ' 50 ' l 40 , . , ' V -il ' ' ll: 30 . , , . ' ' " 28 . all 44 . . . . . 'z 46 ' ' Il 46 ,,... . ' ' ' 32 al 33 . . . . , . ' 37 ' 'll 53M ,. '-1 "'-13 - Al 536 . . , . . t 34 ' l 32 . . ' 1 37 ' l 50 , , ' 52 'z 41 , , . ,,,. ' 36 . I 1 E' X " 1 f A f' A4 ,ww is A ha- ff X 1 . , Q , S , X , 'ire ' 3, 2 K' 1. .' JU, I. 4 if L. X iw, .ff Ai' Vx , ,Q 'f lg X, 9 S Q ,QW " ' 1 rw Q f s' V 432 .6 P ,Y Q A. l '.,. 4 ,AA., . xi i- 4' y ' , ff' 2 eff ll 'Y' "vi f 'L u I - Q I I Y? ,i 0 I fur! 'G "X Q1 1 wig . -19? 5 a 'Q 1-1 4 , - x Q... x A .cl . A 3 S: If I t, ' If ' rg? A ww Y 4' 5 . , 1 Qgxfg-' 1, ' Q, jf W Y ? gv1j',. 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I .. x I ' '1 , I r' LEX Y 1 4 B Squad Back mu, Cordon Bakken Garv Spranger Gayle Beecher Darrell kuehnel David Lundeen Ixm Henkes Front row Merle An Standing Hom.-xrd Bmldwm and Razer Andvrfnn Front Irene Perkins loAnn Brevxg and Exelyn Cxchy 47 ll ll de-rsun, Lrzre-lm Ordnhl, Rolland Brombe-rg, Ce-rry Licdl, Dmlane Stich, Roherl Gudding, and Eugene Messerxger, not pirmxred. - W ,, W Baseball Buck mm Wallace Hnve Frmk Johnson Bll71y l'll1o!t Herman Muus Bill Lundeen Cookn Perkins and Walt Clnhy Front row john lhmus Conch Dwld Vuvu keith johnson Noel Olson Blll Fuss Tad llutlu' Nlerlc Anderson Bud Knlde Manager Thxs vmr 1 hlgh school bxseball dub WAS org xmncl durmg the summer months and coached hv john Hermes Thev had 1 very suceessful sc ISOH with 17 vlctones and 2 defeats In the tournuncnt, the club defeated Nloorheul 3 7 to gun the DlStYlLt title, and were defexted ln Nitlrose 10 9 m the Reglonal Hn 115 Tumbling Team Baal. mu. Nlerle Anderson Lyle kenxtzer Bumhxm Elton Donald Toso Wal hrcl Nleana Front lou. Emmett OXlear1 Xie-lane lzngan Flowd Relahus Eugene Best The te nm IS couched hx Nh Rol md Lusnn 43 ' ': za ,V 1 , . , ", , ' , h ' . : ' IV: 1 i."1 ', ' . 3' ' ". ,A . ,R "' 1 l' if ' '. 2 .' ' ' ' ' ' 1 '. V ' I " ."1.' Z.. ' ' ' ' 2 ' ' ' 1 Q , --L., 2 ' ' . f . - , ' 1 ' . - L , r . , ., 4 . O . .L ' '. a ' 'a '. . a a' . Stamlmg, Bob Olson Ilxll Foss Not puiurul Hubert Hoxlmd a.-:I 77 1'A-vain 7 -F' -1- a 2 :- 'ks- 9 -e im? NASS Ihru new members were mducted mto the Natlonal Athletlc Scholarshxp Souctv Plul Cust Hub Hox land and Honme Anderson Seholarshlp ln an xtblatc IS 1 worthv mhlexement and 15 the big purposn of the SOClBl'y' Flu souetw also sponsors dxfferent athlctu actnltles for lmtmcc the gr lde sphool tuck meet each sprmg Elame Bergerud Ruthe Round, and Ie-.uxetle VVcaver 0 0 0 9 1' - , ' 1 '. ' ' . - ' vi 1 V1 1 Y 1 . 4 s 1 V 1 R x 1 ' 2 1 2 u l Y 1 l ' 3 I 1 I 4 th ' , A .' 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GAA lhe C urls Athletic Assouition is Ofgtlllltd to pro111otL girls lthletlcs ln high schools hx 1111 111s of 111 1ntr1111ur il orogr 1111 md IS ilso used to Lre ltc fruncllw r llll0I1SlHpS lxtu1111 this md othzr schools NK h it is 1 ln lter xx iw to clumlop 1 spirit of fur plav 5portsm1nship 'md fellowship unong stuclcnts th 1n hv pl ning such 24111115 is xollcvb ill md h 1sk1tb1ll" Bmsicles tl11s1 tm llll sports thm qirls t1ke nnrt in indiucluil sports - A W if E 31,3153 Back mu KC' A A Cabana! V1 mln rs! Xl in Edlund Eu lvn Qichx C il lursn n Phxlli lu 1m im YY uisworth md 5 1llx H mson I- ron! mu IC' A A O uns! mm In W1 lu r Chnshm L'1rson Phslln H lskmll md N1 In Je xn Sh xlfu 43 W. ivigfi A 1- L , l - V ' ., , w f - If ' 2 . 1 - 1 - v - . . ' l I O I f. A 3. kbll Ji. i I . 'Z . ' 3 -1 S 1 ' 2 1 b 1 , 1 ' 1 S ' ' -1 ' I ' 1' K'i I .' I .' ' ' ' ' 2 ' . ' '1 Afi " '1,' 1' 1,,' .' 1.",1 " 1 .' - 5 1 , 11" . ' E1 1' if ' -1 1 1 RQ " 1 1 ' -1 .' J, 'X' J 1 -1 ' ' "' 1 5 .' such RIS hiking, tohuggoning, skating, tennis, bowling, 11nd skiing. 1, A '-1. , H-f',f"1 ff fsifsif if 1 4,1 -1: ,A 1, 1,1-111- 1 4 ,V 3 ,W , H' 4:1 1-- " G : - f ' 1 G A .. 1 I X ' - S , Q.- ' ' .. . . , ' ' , 1 . 1 ,' . fn' . ,' '- X L A vi kk , - L -R , 1 b . 4 . L A ' ., I JM . 1 .2 .. ' .I , 1' ' 1,"',1 .aj 'A 1 -. zvgQiif?'f L ' 'Qs , -4 4 , clk -4? hx ff 'Y if Q ii 5 X l f i 4 X C onceri Band The High School Concert Band under the able direction of Frank Hedlund, presented several delightful new numbers this year some of which were .luke Box, No Name Percussion Antics, and the official march of the United States Cavalry Sabre and Spurs Their series of student concerts was well received The main highlight for the band members was their annual partici patron 'it the NTIISIC Festival III Moorhead FLUTE Joanne Elton Xynnette Hanson Mary Lee Helseth Donna Lightfoot OBOE Marlys Larson CLARINET Donald Anderson La Vonne Anderson Robert Barnack Betty Rergerud Thora Cilbertson Keith Hagen Phyllis Halverson Phyllis Haskell Le Roy johnson Pcnna lean Johnson Janis Lindor Emest Melby Cordon Olson Robert Olson Beverly Sawyer Marcus Stortroen Dorothy Vidven janv Wadsworth Cora Mae Zenncr BASS CLARINET Lon Curtis BASSOON Margery johnson MEMBERS ALTO SAXOPHONE Christine Larson Elaine La Valley Kathryn Rund Mary lean Shaffer Walter Wildung V TENOR SAXOPHONE Paul Hansel Charles Vollbrecht BARITONE SAXOPHONE Helen Lee CORNET AND TRURIPF Gayle Beecher George Card Gail Iverson Ieanette Johnson Constance Lund Eugene Messenger Lloyd Nelson Noel Olson Lt-nore Riplca Marjorie Salmonson Richard Skugrud FRENCH HORN Elaine Bergerud Richard Burau Diane Bye Jeanette Weaver ALTO HORN Beatrice Holbecks Muriel Minge David Thompson Elaine Way TROMBONE Edward Kuehnvl Bcmiee Nycklemoi Harold Olson Orrin Paulson Patrick Rian Eugene Rosenberg Clenice Sund BARITONES Dennis Mitchell Rita Monson BASS Han'y Garber! Eunice Hellickson junellyn Madson Milton Molter Ioan Taylor Kenneth Tiaclen PERCUSSION Carl Burdick Marion Dominick Arlcen Fick Jerome Miller Robert Newman Irene Schultz Ioanne Syverson Marching Band Ilia ni irplung lmuirl xx is prism nt it ill footlm ill gums incl prmsiutecl 1 xquisitm sxmlmols incl x Jrcls during the lulus in ippi iru it the gum in Brcnlunrlclgc in pirticipitu in ill limm piri es Pep Band XVlienever peppy music was neeclecl to raise your spirits tlie pep band was able to get you in the groove. Boogie-wooaie. jazz. marulies. and school songs were mustered by these musi- L-igms. Orchesfra Tlu olclmcstm was llVVlyS ILJQlV to pxescnt muslc for the Tlu muslc lc stnal lllgllllglltlll thc Niall Wlntc ucen .mms I lss lcaglla .ulcl Pllgllllll Balcuxolle and pxcccs pxcscntccl Tlllllnplldl XldlClI and lndmn Iowc sc llll classical !lllITllJ6IS FIRST VIOLIN Le Roy Alhlsrg Phyllis Kvem Elame La Xalley Ruth Morken Lowell Nissen Beverlv Sehempp Nhldxed Straus Elame Wa Eugene Wethulfz SECOND X IOLIN Lorrame Aas Luella Albers Lorraine Anderion Hex erly Fletcher Ellen Friedrich Mavis Jensen Bemice Langseth OBOE M arlys Larson NIEXIBERS NIOLA Charlene Fxck Lorraine Pergancle Palncla Sha CELLO I-lame Clausen Ilene Haugen Jerome Vllller Mary Quemcmocn BASS Nimrcus Stortroen Cora Niae Zenner I' LUTE Joanne Elton Donna Irzhtfoot CLARINET Robert Bamnck LeRoy John son ..-S .T enlovment of othels Overturc, Spamsh Romancc WLIL the Call wcrt the two BASSOON M anzery johnson FRENCH HORN Elamc Bergerud Richard Burau leanettc Weaver SAXOPHONE Chnstme Larson 'I RU VIPET Ceorge Card 'vianone Salmonson Richard Skugrud TRONIBONE Edward Kuehnel Bc-mace Nycklemoe Patnck Rnan PERCUSSION Arll-en Fick Irene Schulz -, ... ,.. -,- Choir Ex ery Nlonday VVednesd'1y .md Ierldqy 1t lbont 1 08 m the .xttemoon 1 loud H0186 1851165 forth from the mnslc, room Its the sexentx nlne membels ot the ehon blendmg then NOILQ ln sweet hznmonw Tl1e ehon ple sente el 1 CIIIISIIIIIS concert a sprung eoneert and 1ttended the spxmff ITHISIL l1st1x.1l It XIOUIIILACI w1th Nrclne- jones condnetmg Then repertone mclndes P1.1xe1 for XVISIIOIN The Lost Lord I ost III The Night SGIFLIIOIIS from the Nlessmh .md sexual Fred xvilflllll arrangements FIIISI' SOPR-KNO Dorothy -Xmoth Beverlxe Dent l'rane15 Iwtxold Patnen Fnseh Niaxme Cuenlher Sally II mson lkathenne Holmquxat XIHTKQFV Iohnson Charlotte Kaluk Berry lulde Rose Ladwxg Xian Queme-morn Irene Schulz Ahce Spltshur bhnrley Svnstelnn Lhannayne Thompson 1.015 Tomhave- jewel Torgerson Anne 'lysver Ioan Welm SECON D SOPR -KNO Lorrame Aas Elame Bergerud Manon Dommxek Beverly Cerhardson Geraldine Halverson Darlene Hanson Beatrice Holbeck XIhXIBIuliS uneal L xwrenxon Nhrlenm Pede non Las eme Stock Shulew Te nm y Elaine XX 1y IHST XI I0 Klan Io B1k1r I RXIBK De ntse lnn lkathrxn C lenelc Ninas 1nx1 1 Ni.-xrulln I meihe x, I hnstme I lrxon owu Newton Donn 1 Pe t1 non N endxth St fl Dorothx 5t1n1 NIQ rind: s Sh nllv Ae h Nhldred Sirius mm Tn lor Khnerw 1 Thomp on SECOND -XL10 Han hdlnnd Arle-en I'1elx Cllnu Holi Nomn Hun Phyllxm hw-rn Elaine- LilxI'llll'j' M11rL'1-lla M1-v1-111.1-r Rita Monson Irene' Perklni Niarlone Snnd Georgia Yan Dyk I- IRST TENOR Rohe-rt Johnson Niarlxn knoll C ordnn W ellhrock SECON D TENOR Nlnunt Xnnkoa, Lon Curtu Dah Rude BASS Emmett I'I11he-rg Vlanm Bloomqnu t Harold Baldwm Robert Rxple-1 Orlln Fuck Donald Lmdquxxt Rohr.-I1 Olson Edward hue-hnel If-rome Nhllcr Paul Cust Donald Adelamm lack Roberta ames Henke-5 lane Coese Donald Viashbnm Lewis Strasa Chorus The choir hopefuls, the chorus, can be heard praqtlclng every Tuesday and Thursday during fourth hour Nlade up of seventy six members this is a hard working and by no means lnferlor music group They assisted the choir at the convocation and Chrlstmas concert The Nloor head music festlval plays a big part in then yearly activities Included in their selections are several Ifred XVar1ng numbers and the Hallelulah Chorus fiom the Nlesslah SOPRANOS Dorothy Auseth Donna Berg Betty Bergerud LaVeme Bporgo Phyllis Bporklund Donna Boe Helen Brombenl Manorre Buchholz Dons Deutschman Ruby Engebrefson Arlene Erickson Charlene Fick Joyce Gilberson Delores Hanson Muriel Hanson Beverly Hoff Joyce Hcglund Jo Ann olmes Marjorie Homann Beverly Jennen Donna Krause VVinnifred Larson lvydell Lillemuen Yvonne Loomer Constance Lund Evelyn Melby MEMBERS Patricia Milton Betty Mohs Ruth Morken Shirley Muhlenbeck Delons Nelson Donna Noyes Beverly Pederson Carrie Ann Reiuson Elaine Ringqulst Charlotte Sachs Mary Ann Schmidt Jo Anne Syverson Elaine Shol Delphine Silbemagle Doris Sander Ruth Stock Valera Todahl Priscilla Van Meter Barbara Vlfellbrock ALTOS Joyce Anderson Loma Bergerson Geraldine Drews Marjorie Emery Lou Ann Erlandson La Yunne Evenson Beverly Fletcher ..52... Manlyn Halbakken Donna Hultman Jeanette Johnson Abby Jean MaCrady Junellyn Madson Lenore Ripka Beverly Stavaas Geraldine Siock Phoebe Stock Betty Steussy Jeannine Swanton Marian Torgusson Jeanette Weaver TEJNORS Carol Bailey Ju Ann Brevig Diane Bye Anne Dahl Phyllis Halverson BASS Llyal Hanson Rodney Kastelle Julius Mobraten Kenneth Nelson Carlyle Sm-hiemian Donald Siems Robert Wright The Chorus and Chorr teamed together sev eral trmes thrs year to provrde really outstfrndrng., musrc for all who heard them At Lhrrstmas therr rendrtron of Qhrrstmas Fantasra Srlent Nlrght and the dvnamrc Hallelujah Chorus from The X1eS51.rh was magnrficent Later the earlv sprrnq thu presented another pub lrc concert under the baton of Nlrss The cntrre group toolt part rn the of the Nlrrsre Iwstrxal drreeted bv Xrdrth Lee grant ehorr Dr Arehre XVhenc xcr crrtcrtarrrrrrc nt rs need: d rt P T X s Ladres Xrds lxrwnnrs or llotrrw conxocatrons parades Qarms Drrrx Dax urd rnrsullrureous other rmetrrrqs the Nlusrc Dcpartrmrrt rs L rlled on 'llu errt tx es t rn s r rorrrlar to Llassrt .urd ffrxe exullerrt per or IILIIIC 6 S btudent Band Drrector Arlen Frck Atcompanrsts Emmet! Hz-rberg Bemrce Nxcklemoe Rnd lolnne Elton ,, 2 x . K. 7 U L 5 Q. 1 w . B jones and held in Xloorhezrd in the spring. J ' x 1 L' r ' 1 'A' i 2 I ,A -H-'x up . ' r pres all "p 5 cr' uiic, f'orn ll , , hw. .rf , -' 53 '- Boys Quarfef Bob Olion Marvm Bloomqum Ed Kuehntl Dale Rude Triple Trio Shirloy Synstelien Maxine Guenther Anne Tysver Margery johnson Geraldine Halverson Donna Peterson Mary jo Baker Kathryn Glenda Georgia Van Dyk Glr s Sexfef Phyllns kvem Dorothy Amoth joan Velm Mercedes Steinbach Meredith bt Clair Joyce Newton Bemme Nvdfmoe auompanm 14 Standing fhrlshnc Lwrson Ilnet V5 llson Phyllis H lslull Elu xlxlh Holstrmn Io mm. Hanson lluhy hnaun f rr A Nl u L4 n ner Lorraine Aix Ni :rm-ry johnson Rl! 1 Nlonion Ark nm Fuck Sally Hanson Maru Shlrlny bynstc lun Bn vm rln D1 lst BL vm rly Sawyz r I' ron! mu, Rich nd Burau K llllfllh Schrom cl: r Holme rt Olson Emma tt H I ben: Dome He-lzvson :ne S xlmonson Sc ala d 1 wml forgm non Nahonal Honor Soclefy llle lllgllt st honor of tln school wus ltlllllllll hv the members ol thc N lllllllil llonor So L w 'Ill students ure Qlmtul IS hung outstunclxng exmmles of nhlrmtmr snholxrs 111 xr cl mr r rson c Q Q x s ILUNK lIl Drmp mug 1 llomenomln Y l' on .mmng 1 C llI'lStI!llS pxrtx ul III thm snrm thu lmclcl rnll 1 mit n cf 1 Q mem rs Qlmosen clurmg tln xx ur A Xiu 1 1 D1 is Sfandmg Numxan Nmsen Helen Lundren Nmcent Amskog Lon Cumi Scaled Irene Schulz Joanne- Elton Vary Lee He-lseth Vynnetu Hanson DD 1 4 ' - 4' -w - f N, l - .M Q 2: , K, V- . ' - ff- s , V Q- K L . hh I i C .' . H., ' .: nk ' I' '. ..' . Q- ' . 1-- q o 'it't,'. 41-.' ' 51 if " a ' 'ja - 'gg-',." z,'l'1, lr-udersllip, and service- in tlw classroom and in t'XlI'Li-L'llI'I'lL'lllllI' uctivitivs. XVitl1 the he-lp of thc' Ll x". - , Ni . Lu. . tlu- So'i-tj lmj hm-n 1 ' A - a ' 1 " ' 5 'l at. pl' A 1 I if 1 zu A '.'- ' g ' ll fol a 'n' 'L io 1' all th' ' -- be .' ' ' - at the Klaly l'.'l'.l . . "lAIl5. l N A 6 Q . ' A ,x i .1 Q 1 l ' , z S ' C' ,. A i Q J ' ' - . . 1 4 ' , A Annual Editors Sally Hanson Phyllis Hmslcell and Bob Olson 1947 48 Staff Fdltor Phyllls Haskell Emmett Helberg Assouate Editors Sally Hanson Bob Olson Photography Bob Newman Feature Edxtors Athlehcs Blll ross Chrlstme Larson Class Edxtors Marg nice Iangseth lxmt Nhlson Ruby Iohnson ery ohnson Bexerlle Delst Arthur Barlce Advlser Helen Steppo. Fr utun and 'wus lzdltun Bnmrlu Du K Arthur Barl e Duane l'lllillS4m 'Ulllli PIU! VV!-.ll'W lfllm 011 md Bflefll SHWYW -,G . ' ..... I .,,.,.....,...., ' Art . ....,......... .. ' -1 0 5 MM- l,,, lenc Ficlc, Duane Helgeson, Beverly Sawyer Typists .... ,.... , , Ber- 1 f , Y ' ' .,....,,,, A - Staff Emmett Ht nberg Photographer Chnstlne Larson Clrls Srxmrts Ldltor and Bob Newman An Editor Annual Highlights Nhnv 1 happv hour was spent ln Miss Steppe s room workmg on the yearbook md trymg to nuke tht de xdlme Under the excellent supervlslon of our lClVlSCl' Nhss Helen Steppe and our tdltors Phyllis Haskell Sally H mson mtl Boh Olson uervthmg Llmt ln ind the hook wxs st nt to prtss right on tune' Pltturt tlklng for tht Annual lS the most lFIlDOI't mt task Our stiff photogrtphtr Emmett lltlht rg was snxppmg pltturts the vetr round md ht xlso htlpetl 'vlr Tom VVnght wlth tht group pltturts Tht tllss lIlSt0l'N tncl prophttv came from the hr uns of our featurt tdltors Arlene Bex .md Du me Tht tltss tdxtors Xiargery Bex md Art h td lotds of fun tlnnkmg of the sax xngs untltr tht senlor pictures Antl whtt would vst h mtx unc lixl snors arts Sttllllll MX tht N xunm N 1 tht Ullltllt no lt we dont wxthout tht twmsts' l'1ther Ftuhy met or Btrmte was tdxtors gxthertd all tht sports news md pl mnecl our mttrtstmg work and tht tlrnung of tht cluunnv wus dont hx tht lrtxst Boh Nixss Sttpm l tht tooptrxtlon of tht tntlrt staff our lf Ptttr lults ytnnttl nts prttltttssors ln prtstrxmg tnothtr xt mr of hft ln Nl tslnngton lhgh' nu-""""""K wif I 'lf Ill N luhnsuu, lane! Wal un uul Bt mutt I xngseth W 3 ,I M L Q ' a'- - 1 ' -. , " 1 ' , r ' , "', a.'.'z ' " 2 It a 'ax ' l. ' ' ' 1, ',.' , ',1 ,z Q' " j- ztlwnys plugging away at u typewriter getting all the copy typed. lit 1 l 'l. 3- tx ' ' -1 ' a - 4- 5 a 1 ' A spt .,ll -nrt ' 't ' 1" - , 't' 21' fa '.', ft' ' L . Yitl 'Ag '- 'r' of . .' - - - ant ' ' 'L' ' ' ' ' it , .348 halt' ..x 59 24 v ' I L. l 4 y Y ' Y , ' X n ' Q -1 ' " 'ft A '. S- J 7'f1NvRv, 's,. .-. 'tr -ng FDIIOR IN C llll-I ADX ILRTISINC HANAC ERS AND Bl SINESQ NIANAC ER Offer Sfaff Fdxtor ln Fhuf Clxnlnn Schroeder Busxness Nianaqer Nl nu-lla Messenger News Editors Phyllis Hlskcll Bxurlx Dust Sully Hanson Lu y Edllors aryurle Salmonson Ruta Nlonson Donna Lightfoot Feature Editors Arlem Funk Robert Olson Chnstme Larson Sports Editors NTHYVIH Bloom qulst Xmunt Araskog Orlm Funk Norman Nissen Typlsts Mary Ican Shaffer Helen Lundec-n Ioan Wchlcl Adurtmnyl 'Managers Lunlu Hclllckson Bmurlw Sawyer Cnruxlahon md Exchangm jewmll 'lorgnrson Mxry Lu Hvlslth Staff Artists lrcnc Plrklns Nl xry IOP Baker Reporkrs lLMa1 Dmutschnnn Mary Ed lund Niarcus Stortrmn Irxm Schultz Beatrlu' Hol heck Vynmttp Hanson Dumm boese Nlorma Houx, Adusu Lmrwlclnne LaRocqm 5 SPORTS EDITORS AND COPY EDITORS L Nsws AND FEATURE EDITORS 38 IKM 4' S t' ,Q ' l , I V V T' , Y. I A Q .,, I .. v ' ll ' ll Y Y , R I' - 5 X, " I .. I 'R l y A. ....,,. X . ,I sg! H I' A 'R A., ,,, , ' 'i ,,,, . .' A ' k , ' .4 H ', "Q , ' - W :.,' ' -1 . I K is . .Jn X ic .I 3 , ' 6 , f , if ' g R A C1 v l 7 , ,, Y 5 E X X I n , xi f' ,. , Q 1 l ,'l ,' I V I M T x ,- f 'l - -" ' 'T f 'f"" REPORTERS Wednesday nlght was a busy mght for the Otter Staff Prmtlng a paper IS no small taslc as edxtor Schroeder knows However under MISS Lallocques able guldance thxngs ran smoothly The outstlndmg event of the year was the rcprcsentltlon of three still members at the press comentxon m Cleveland Those 'lttendmg were Cllnton Schroeder Mary Lee Helseth and Vmeent Ar xskog 'Vhss LxR0cque xlso xewmprnnul them Wlth the new xde IS gnned from the Clu el and Conventxon the paper becxme more populxr Heres hoping th It the Junior members of tlu stlfl wlll go on to publlsll 1 bigger and better 49 Otter '-'T muy:-.-.r4" L, CIRCULATION! AND EXCHANGE TXPISTS AND ST-SFF AR'llSTS Q9 Standing Tum Corton Dnnl Nuns Flmd Relshus Ornn Paulson Bcity Hulstrom md Bcmlu Nycklcmoc Stated Elaine V5 xv jlntt Wilson md Phvllls H xlxorson Sfudenf C ouncll Advisers horl Engan and Roland Larson The student Lounul puked in approprlate Homecommg slogan E5 scalp the Spuds whxgh the Fergus Otters nude. sucnessful The councll organized md mrrled out the Home Lomxng plans Another hxghllght of the 1948 Lounul vw lb actmg as host to the hrst VS estern DlVl5l0l'L1l Student Counul CODNQHUOD pms Offxczrs Phylln Halxorson Elaine Way Janet Wnlson and Orrin Paulson 60 0 .. . K I. nil.. 1 .x ,Q The members also did the usual job of selling football and basketball tickets, and booster ,Yr Vhk, tri ..,. Tl-lh NIGHT Ol' IANUARY 16TH Adwsnr Hrs Lucy Lea The hird Wtifklflg Thespnn Sous-ty has been wry 1Lt1vc thc past ye 1r HI presentmg 1 numhu of s11f.Lcssf11l phvs Under thf ixullznt s11pcry1s1m1 of Mrs Lucy Lee they prcsxntcd 1 Chrrstnuh pl1y 'lhn Empty Room It A Lonvou hon The Grmd Chuns Dlunond wis thz wmner of both the Dlstngt md Reg1on1l Om Ad Pl1y Contests Fhex 'IISO journzycd to N11nne1pohx to gn: thls pl1y 1n the UHlX6fSltV Fha lfft 011 t Nlght of Jllllllfy 16th s tn 5llLLtSSflll thru lLt pl 1x whuh w IN pr: sen fd 1n NI 1V Buuhs Wllfhlllg on ll IH the 1 the Hlur Inn 111 the Spflllg Thesplans 1 -'ll f ---Q..-.QQ J 3- gi I -'41 - - 1 . he 'Y a 1 ' 1' U VVQL' I -11' plays, the The-spi1111s ju11r111-ye-cl tu Sl. ' Pu I ' ' full, and lad ll h1111q11vt 11? '- . ' . 5 ' U ww ..........,..A,.....,-:, W v ' , . . ' 11, , . A 1 .dz , 'K ,A V ' ' 5. 'H 5' ' 1 4 J X' 44" .,. W k 7 W l I V ' ,Q ' I . A J , - - 11 v ' 1 1 .. .. F Q I 5 A I . I '. f' 1 V ' ' ' ' ' f ' i .Q Z-. A A - f N' .W 4 Y f 1 ' X 4. 111 'X 1. 61 1 NG 44 Drama Club Arluscr Urs Vary Anderson Preparmg '1 l'IOUltC.Ol11lI1g Holt plmmng 1 CllYlStI11lS pnrtv nd Pl'QStI1tlllg 1 um it play kept tlu Dr uul Club me-mbcrs busy tbls Q1 lr Flfftlll naw numbers urn uutntul m the full to brmg thc tot nl number of membcrs up to tblrty ught Nirs Ninn Andi rsun was the mpabk aduser md Czhflbllfll LITQUD the effiumnt pruldmnt A 1 1 . Q. wilgi Xxx 3vX3:5Kx -62- The First Dress Suit ' 0 J 'nun Cu 1 cnt:-rn-L u-D' ' - " - -1 uso -sclltvcl 'L L'UIlXUL'Llli0Il, 11' -'s ' cluclm-cl '- -' - -on-wr. , ' - cc 'l . csscugvr, o'xu X51-ac. 'mc Shcrlu'1n Kun-lu-1. '4 Debate, Panel, and Extemp Coach Dorothy Kyorlre Thls year the debate squad worked on the Natronal U S Deblte Topic whleh was R solved that the Fedcrtl Coxemment should require arbltratlon of llbor dnsputes IH all basu American 1TldUStI'l6S They have taken part m debates ln Nloorhestd Coneordla College and ln St johns Abbe-v it Collegevllle The subject of the panel dlstussxon was Federal World Covernment The obyect of the extemporancous speakmg xs to be rble to speak on mv current problem wlthout specnl pre-p1r.1t1on The Vfnrsltw Deh 1tt Telm Clmton Schroeder Lon Curtxs 1nd Dmne Helgeson won the DISUILI '73 md tht Heglon 6 Clmmplonshlps They tlso journzyul to Mmnmpolls on March 5th to txlu part m the State Contest 3 Library Club Admsers Gladys Mooney and J Archer Eggen The Lmbran Cluh has had a year of vaned and mterestmg 'ILUWIQ Some of the thmgs the members enyoxed domg most were decoratmg a float for the Homecoming parade put tmg up posters on the bulletin boards of the senlor and jumor study halls glvmg readings and book renews at thelr sem: mont meetmgs and haung tryouts for partrclpatlon on the KGDE mdno program The Story Parade whxch ns given everv Saturday mommg from the Publu Lxbrarx Xhnners appeared on this radro show Saturday Vlarch 13 63 Jumor Class Play The Curse of an Achmg Heart or Trapped m the Spiders Web Helm n Ste DDB Dm ctor Nhlody Lane I uuus Fonda nongh VVmd1m4 rm Hightower Ihmm Ahamathy Sxrlh Ahnmxthy Aurmlm Ahemathy Hmd VVm5. Battle Am Annu Nz-llxe Blythc Munnl Atkma Al0Y5lUS Abemathy CAST Iuncal Lawrenson X munt Araskog Lon Curh: lxennc th Tjaden Xynnehe Hanson 11 me-tie Weaver loan Taylor Hclnn Lundeen Joanne Elton Irene Schuli Orhn Fuck 'N 64 gg P Semor Class Play Tm x S! mln x ws Inc R L xrcl Sl 1 114 ll Ill mlm S xr nh rs De xln rs HL S ln 15.3.11 u H um mrlslu llnnsm rrn ln e mr! Hx rsu mor X 1 1 s r ill 4 N malx H mu Dm putn nn X m 1 Han Who Came to Dmner I ucv Irir' Dxrutnr CAST Anne Tysver Nl xrgerv Iohnson Art Barke Sally Hanson Nlllton Nlolter Izumu Hellxckson B4 vc rly Sawyer Run Nlunson Jxck Roberts N1 num Guenther lloln rt Olson Emmett Hexberg Chrlstlm Lmraon Pd Kurhnel l 4 0 'vi lrtx I ldv n Iversuv ll xmlcl B xldwm llulm Iohnion I mul H lnsil hunk lollbruht H1 x Q rln Dem Dil: Rude Dun mlml l mdquxst Du lm Hxlgzson X1 ln xn Bloomqulbl jull nn C underson Xl 1ll xrd W entlsl FUfUl'e FC1l'lTI6fS of AITIEFICG The purpose of thls organlzatlon IS to develoo prlde 1n the xocatlon of agrlculture to create and nurture '1 1ove for country hfe to create more mtcrest 1n the 1nte111gent cholce of f rrmmg oteupatrons to provrde, recreatlonal and educqtlonal entertarnment promote thrlft to dexclop coooemtrw. effort to establrsh eonfrdcnce of the funn boy rn hrmielf and hrs work to strmuluta, members to go rnto frrmmg to prornotc Scholarship and to devdop farm 11 1t1ers Preildent Rrdmrd Chrlstopherson Vrce Presrdent Gcrrld Drewe betrntary juhus 'wiohraten Reporter XVa1ter Stock Stntlnql B111 Straus Aduser E I H'11werson The Ptrgus F1115 thmter of FF A ra trhlmted mth tht nltronal 5tate md dxstrmt or EIHIZJUOII of Future Farmers of Armrxm Thu verrs orgamzatlon has A 1Hf.!Tl1JLI'S111P of fortx mx Among, tht 1HStl'llL11X6 md construttlxt xttlutlti Llffll L1 on durmg the utr were two trips to 1 Argo North Drkoti ont to tht Umon 5tot1n1rc1s ind om to tht Armour Pldtrng 1 mt 1'1u munlvtrs of tht 1oc11 thmtcr tttendu t N1 1r1u tmg, SL11001 xt South bt u when Don Icdzrson plutd lst ln tht xnL1ght5 md grrclts yudgmg Ddegatcs wart sent to tht Stttt 1 14 A Lonxtntlon htld rt Nhnnmpohs and tht Itrgus 1u111S Ch rpttr xxts xull rt prut ntu1 it tht L1l51I'lLt mcttlngs l1t1d rt Brunt rd md 5t1p1ts md at tht chstrlnt lnrstotk yuclglng tontut htld rt Niorrrs ILxLhmgt llltt'tlI1gS xurt lrtld XN1111 141 'X thrpters m tht surroundmg Lllllllllllllltltb md 1Ju1ttt1ur11 p1 ned rn lmport mt p art III the sports Lurrrtulr of our thlpter Etth spring 1 stltt P F A hmd IS stltcted from 101.11 rnubrtrrm takxng rgrrtulturt Thu. group p1u5 xt the btrte tonxcntxon md strtf, tur 'Iht chstrut puhht spc rkrng Lonttst 111111 mth spring, o11tr5 rn opportunltx for mx mem r to prrtluplrtt m th rt utrx 1 nt rt hut 1rt1p4c1 to umtc our 'roup rn its .ltttmpt to fulhll tht purposts lll' or 7 tllllt 1 66 0 - - , U I t . y . . . . . i ' nw 1 ' ', . x u I l l 4 ' 7 ' , v, - D K 'vi 7 '- . 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HBE ESQ x X X Speech Club Approxlmutely seventy five senlor high students selected cut memorlzed 1nd lvxrned to mterpret readmgs under the dlrectxon of Mrs Lucy Lee Some very hne talent was brought to light m all five of the speech dlvlslons Memorlzed Oratory Senous Interpretatlon Humor ous lnterpretatlon Manuscnpt Readlng and Ongmal Oratory Fergus Falls was well reprf. sented xn the Speech Festlval ln the spnng --lv-1 .lournallsm Club The Iournahsm Club was very heloful thxs year 1n gnmg the Otter Staff suggestions tor stones and wntmng stones The last two lssues of the Otter were put out by the 1949 Otter Staff Mlss LaRocque was the advlser 61 Homecoming fi. Her Mcuesfy The 1947 Otter Homecommg started out with a Jolnt tonwotatlon on the mornmg of October 3 lung Blll and Queen Phyllls were crowned at lmpressxve ceremomes Stunts were presented bv each class with the jumor Class takmg first prrze All the hard worlcmg float commxttees prepared for 1 beautlful parade whlth was rumed by a terrrfhc down pour just as the parade was to begm It quit ralmng however for an enthusxastlc pep fest at Skogs corner In the exenmg the crowd followed the team to the gndlron where the Fergus Otters Es scalp the Moorhead Spuds with a score of 26 7 The Elks sponsored a fine Hometommg dance for both towns after the game W1 v-dl" 69 'in S Vocahonal Day january 99 found the senlors workmg at varlous busmess places Some of the students plctured here are worlung at the Fergus l'alls Dallv Jourml the Ottertall Power Company the Wnght Nlemorlal Hospltal and OMearas Department Store i 1 iii 1 '1v'f" 'E M I .. , Q X ' ' I G A . , .f'. ,415 4414! """.l.f' J. ' .4-iv' .? -- I R OTTERTAIL POWER COMPANY SENIORS SUCCESS AND BEST WISHES COMPUMENTS AND BEST WISHES OYLOE PHOTO STUDIO 106V East Llncoln Avenue O M E A R A S Fergus Falls Mmnesota Department Store Dxal 2047 Congratulatlons FREES CLEANERS 73 A fs W -,-:S -J - . C7 J CQ K OF Congratulatlons and Best W1Sh6S to the Class of 48 orby DEPT STORE The Home of N atlonally Famous L1nes BEST WISHES CONGRATULATIONS CHEVROLET BUICK ARNESON TOP G0 CADILLAC an LARSON CASE FARM MACHINERY BRIMHALL COOD CLOTHFS Congx atulatlons Serum s ROVANG S JEWELRY and MUSIC Felgus Falls Mmnesota 14 , fl! ' ' ,Y OLDSMOBILE ' ' 5 .4v,. d J. I. . , I , . ESTREM CLINIC ESTREM M D HEIBERG M D MOURITSEN M D Conga atulatlonsl LUNDMD RBD RIVER ESTREM, M D E,jjg5,ffmMMDD MILLING COMPANY Telephone ao 106 South Lmon Avenue Greetmgs From Congratulations and Best WlSh6S For the Class of 1948 J C PENNEY COMPANY STAR DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES LAUN DRY and CLEANERS The Store for All the Famlly E J Wmdmlller COMPLIMENTS OF S K O G M O C A F F Where It s a Treat to Eat CONGPATULATIONS' VICTOR LUNDEEN and CO Pxmters and Statlonels School Supply Headquartels Dlal 591 Fergus Falls Mlnnesota FILRGUS PLUMBING AND HEATING COMPANY R L Flemmg Proprletor FERGLS FALLS, MINNESOTA CONGRATLI ATIONS snmor s TRUMAN MOTORS Studebaker Sales and Senxce Guaranteed bsed Cars Dlal 3709 c. o. , . . ' E. A. , . . G. J. , . . N C. J. , . . R. D. . . R. L. , . . I R.. O. , . . Q r'9 " I I . 4 . . A . . no Y U , , Y ' r ' , ' rv I 1 Av I 1 1 . . , CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES FOR THE CLASS OF 48 EBERSVILLER IMPLEMENT CO J OHIN DEERE CATERPILLAR MAYTAG DE LAVAL Congratulations and Best Wishes R Sz G BOOTERY WOMENS AND M1SS1-:S SHOES Wishing Success to the Graduates FIRST NATIONAL BANK FEROUS FALLS MINNESOTA Member of the Federal Deposlt Insurance CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS CITY BAKERY AND CAFE CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS FERGUS OIJL COMPANY Elmel B Vore Earl A Velm CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES FOR THE CLASS OF 1948 ST CLAIR AND GUNDERSON ,6 7 ! Y 0 7 V ' Y Corporation Y U Complxments of FERCUS LUMRLP and FUEL CO LUMBEP BUILDEPS HARDWARE PAINT AIN D COAL SWEET SHOPPE Phone 2338 ICF CPEAM SPECIALTIES SWIOKERS NEEDS 'VIAGAZINES LLNCHES GOOD COFFEE N Nllll St Felgus Fall S PEST OF LUCK Fe1gus Falls Natlonal Bank and T1 ust Company Felgus Falls Mmnesota ed 1 2 J S ULLAND CHAIRMAN E C BEIMER CASHIER CoNoRATUI AT1oNs sEN1oRs RUNNINGEN CAFE CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS' OLSON AUTO ELECTRIC CO Con gx atulatlonsl H A U B E R C NELSON DRUC CO PPESCRIPTIOIN SPECIALISTS Complete Stocks of J F xx F L R Y Dlug Glfts Cosmetlcs GOOD LUCK SIENIORS MADSEN'S Reaclx to Wea1 Footwea1 NI1ll1ne1 y Fu1 S 106 VX Lmcoln Avenue FGIQUS Falls Mum A L Y 'Y T ' x . I Y I I L - I u -- uv ' . 110 I . . ' .' . ' J L T J , Q , l Organiz , 88 LOUIS PEAVEY , ............. PRESIDENT ' ' . I . Y M J I ' H A J I1 1 , 4 . , . WITH OUR BEST WISHES FOR YOUR FUTURE GILLESPIE SHOE COMPANY Across from Orpheum Theater OUR COMPLIMENTS and BEST WISHES F ERGUS CO-OPERATIVE CRFAMERY CONGRATULATIONS SEN IORS EAT MORE CAFE 115 E Lmcoln Alvma and Jerry Melby Prop CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS CONSUMER S GROCERY AND MEATS Wlth Lvery Good Wlsh To The Graduate COUNTRYMAN DRUG COMPANY The REXALL Store Congratulatlons and Best Wlshes From Checker Cab We Dnve to Please Elllott Cafe Always a Good Steak CHARTER COACHES FOR SCHOOL Lets go together CONGRATULATONS sEN1oRs JOHN DIESETH COMPANY CONGRATL LATONS SEN IOPS H N RP T HIG WAY A D AI ORT CON RACTOPS E L T O N S John Dleseth E R Johnson Hotel Cafe B K Soby Y J 7 Elliott Transportation Co. N ! Congratulations from the FERGUS BOWLING CENTER Orville J. Ross Ray Lundeen THE BIBLE BOOK and GIFT STORE Lincoln Avenue West CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS A. A. VOLLBRECHT 106 No. Court Street Compliments of DR. M. R. WRIGHT, D. D. S. and DR. K. SEVERN, D. D. S. COMPLIMENTS OF Benson - Goslee Mortuary When in Need of a Haircut Try PETE BARRY'S BARBER SHOP COMPLIMENTS OF DIAMOND FURNITURE CONGRATULATIONS DR V J EASTMAN Dentlst WE CONGRATULATE YOU PUSHIN G S KLAD EZEE f F gu Fall Better clothes for boys and glrls Comphments and Best of Luck COAST TO COAST STORE H A KANTRUD OWNER CONGPATL LATIONS 48 DR FEATHERSTONE Dent st GREETINGS SENIORS WM GALENA and SON PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTORS 114 U S h SLCCESS T0 THE CLASS OF 1948 CARLSON FURNITURE MARSHALL WELLS STORE VNM I DEERING 0 nel g Congratulatxons to the Class f 48 Fe1 gus AImy Navy Sul plus StO1e 112 NT th Mll CONGPATLLATIONS FP RCUS NASH MOTOR CO LILIDALS JEWELRY 1 3 W L CONCRATULATIONS M O BRANDON ld g VN ITH BEST VS ISHES WEST OTTLRTAIL SERVICE COMPANY 11 E If gn Fall M FOSS WELANDER JeWele1S DIANIONDS VS ATCHES PEPAIPIING E gu F , I o er s s Y 9 7 L i nion Avenue out ' 5 Y .. K Associated , l . I. , w ' Fer us Falls, Minnesota ' I L 7 O ! of Q 1 I or i ' 'I ' ' ' 1 I A , . GRLEN AND LONGINES WATCHES ATTORNEY-ATULM, O ' mcoln Avenue B andon Bui ing Fer us Fall 1 - ' ' , 5 A A LY " Y ' L L v 7 ast Lincoln er S S, inn' 114 ast Lincoln Ave. Fer S alls ' GOOD LUCK, SENIORS PETERSON MARKET "The Best in Meat" East Washington Avenue CONGRATULATIONS OF THE STYLE SHOP "Where Style Predominatesn BEST WISHES OF F. W. WOOLWORTH COMPANY 54, 104, and 156 Stores WITH BEST WISHES YOUR S and L STORE EVERYTHING TO WEAR FERGUS FLORAL COMPANY Flowers For All Occasions BEST WISHES FOSMOE'S BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '48 GAMBLE S BEST WISHES STUDENTS FIRESTONE Fire - Home and Auto Supply Congratulations Seniors OLSON S FURNITURE and CARPET STORE Phone 4114 or 586 LEABO S SUPER VALUE QUALITY MEATS AND CROCERIES MEAT-DIAL 2141 GROCERIES-DIAL 4254 Fergus Falls Minnesota Congi atulatlons, Sen1oI S HOLTEN HARDWARE FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY WISHING SLCCESS TO THE GRADUATES BRISTOL S RADIO AND RECORD STORE RCA and EMMERSON RADIOS Across From the Post Office BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATES Hmtgen Karst Electrlc Co Fergus Falls W3-hP9t0T1 Fel gus Falls Mmnesota Congratulations to the Class of 48 Ugeblad Publlshmg Company PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS Dial 2364 80 7 7 , 1 ! Electrical Contractors Fergus Falls, Minnesota , -.. .. . ,.,-,...--.,..-A--4: A .. Y .-,Y,.,. 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