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

 - Class of 1950

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Prin. and Law Debate John Ohles American History Mrs. Lillian Bechtel Modern History Paul Anderson Thomas Mortenson Biology Bookkeeping Speech Thespians Harriet Minor German and Latin -3- Mrs. Vera Haskell Geometry, Higher Algebra, Solid Geom and Trigonometry Alfred Letich Athletic Director Basketball Coach Ruth McKay Girls Physical Education E. J. Halverson Vocational Agriculture l, ll, Ill Norman Calloway Football Coach Study Hall john Hermes Boys Physical Education Frank Hecllund Band, Orchestra 1.9i Harold Younghans Physical Education Study Hall Hillman Engquist Industrial Arts IV, V Conrad Blegstacl Choir, Chorus Glee Club Instrumental Instr. 1 5 l ? i Russell Washburn Ethel Huseby Mrs. Bernice Hedluncl Related Subjects Steno. l, ll Typing Typing and Bookkeeping jean Dillman Mrs- ,lean MOIICDSOH Audrie Buttke Home Economics HOITIC E-C0IlOmiCS V Home Economics ll, Ill, IV II, Ill IV ,Q sr , fl Custoclians Alfred Svenneby V A Herbert Steinbach - il-A Charles Burmeister H Alvin Cess Oletta Luncle Martin Saure Hot Lunch Program School Nurse Mrs. Nellie Moebius Mrs. Lila Garberg Allie V. Mitchell Jr. Principal English: Mae Pearson Evangeline Quam Kay Folger Thelma Midthun Mathematics: Mrs. Ellenson Mrs. Agnes Engquist Gretchen Schlicht Frank Johnson Nels A. Bruclvig Industrial Arts JUNIOR HIGH Darlene Miska Secretary to Principal I J oe Formick Art Geneva Stegner Music, Chorus History: Joyce Benson Gwendolyn Lovering Pernell Orpen Marclonna Bartholet Gen. Sci.: W. J. Wicklund Harold Younghans Clifford Barsness Frank Johnson Hilda Hanson Grade Supervisor fwff? SCl'lOOl C3.l6I1 Sept. 6---School Opens I9-Pat Senoff, Marimbist 3 0-Homecomin g Beheacl Moorhead. Vlfe did Oct. 7-Duck Season Opens Goodbye, boys. I 0-Cole Marionettes, "The Tinder Box" 20-I--M. E.. A. 3 I -Halloween Nov. 2-Freshman Class Party 6-I 2-American Education Week II-Armistice Day "Our Freedom and Security I 7--Jack Rank-"The Merchant of Venice" I8,l9-Junior Class Play "Best Foot Forward" 2 4 , 2 5 -Thanksgiving Vacation 25 -N.S.P.A. Convention at Chicago Dec. 2-First Home Basketball Game 7-lnstrumental Concert I5 -Queen Contest Donna Boe Lorraine Reller Gail Halverson I6-Movie, "Music of the Masters' ' I 9--Christmas Concert 2 I --Stokes Hallelujah Quintet 22-Christmas vacation begins Jan. 9-School resumed 9-Queen Contest Donna Boe Feb. A 31' I-Gustavus Aclolphus Band 2-Groundhog Day I 3-Regional Debate Tournament I5-Susan B. Anthony I8 20 24,25 28 Mar. 3-Speech Contest 6, 7, 8 Apr. 2 May I 8 I4 I7 ZI -State Debate Tournament -Polomene Potters --Thespian Play ' 'The Torch-Bearers -Annual Deadline -District Tournaments -Lyceum, J. Montgromery -Senior Class Party --"Hansel and Cnreteln junior High -Panahasika Pete Z 7-Regional Speech Tournament 28 at Fergus -Regional One-Act Play at Sauk Center 3 I -Spring Vocal Concert I-9 -Easter Vacation "Spring has come" I 4-Athletic Awards ,ZZ--Senior Class Play 31 "Cheerio My Deario" lnstrumental Concert 6-Junior-Senior Banquet I9 -Award Day 22-Regional Golf and Tennis 26 Tournament, Glenwood -Regional Track Meet New York Mills 28-Baccalaureate Sunday I8-March of Dimes June I-Commencement T127 is in. F? as Their Majesties-King Pat and Queen Elaine omecoming On September 30 the Otter Homecoming began with the customary convocation. King Pat and Queen Elaine were crowned at an impressive corona- tion ceremony. ln the afternoon the usual parade was held with a pep fest on Skog's corner. ln the evening the student body went to the football field to see the Otters Be-Head Moorhead with a score of I9 to 7. To climax the day a party was held at the Elks Hall. Queen's Attendants Seniors: Betty Mohs and Delores Harthun juniors: Shirley Rix and joan Blowers Sophomores: Carol Anderson and Phyllis Thom Freshmen: Shirley Skrove and Colleen Torgussen Eighth Grade: Bonnie Rindahl Seventh Grade: Janice Halland Crown Bearers: Shirley Scott and David Siems King's Attendants David Johnson and Eugene Messenger 113.- 5 5 Q ,E s Q fr an V Xi wif . mf' M N sw -.14- Q 'FO U1 E as .EP Z 'E-5 E ca ft ,ill +2 r-o Q if E z L- - 5 2 6 2 3 5 -2 L R S A u 2 B :S 8 2 'E s 'Ei a. . 273 sw? 6 z ' - ?'f E ikf.: EA - 1 'EE 'eq 3 ,... qi wslgi i! 'Pe 'ff' '-..'v: TP? Q V T' 2 N! n M' Q -H. 5 ,,..'E ,um Q 5 E if S I5 33 Q. I 'NZ ir. 1 .3 '53 'a ,- ai SQ if 'fi- I 25 'C 2 :I Z Z: ZF si rid fi if Z V f+ 2. . X LQ Q f z P 5 as S es 5 m .A i 2 2 fr Tm- .- 0 ef ' " W . mg U5 Q .- if V5 wif 555 ' ga. 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In I5 MARCHING BAND Members FLUTE CLARINET Burton Nypen CORNET Fairie Ann Fritzell Donald Anderson Gordon Olson Gayle Beecher Vivian Jenson Naomi Melby Marion Wright PICCOLO Marilyn Kvern OBOE Patricia Larson BASSOON Joyce Rinclahl Barbara Petterson MHYICHC Anderson Janelle Rovang Gefald Burau Vivian Anderson Barbara Trangsrud Burnham Elton Helen A1-eskog Kathleen Viger Elwyn Friedrich Robert Bamack Patricia Vollbrecht Janette johnson Darrold Burris Nila Wilson grnesthlzlelby Joan Gust ALTO AND BASS Rzgild Sifrlge' Valdine Hagen CLARINET N I Ol son Phyllis Halverson jean Baker jomizemster Luwana Halvorsor -lane Wadsworth Lenore Ripka Llyal Hanson SAXOPHONE Kathryn Haugen RoAnn Pick FRENCH HORN Charles Leidal R,0Sen1ary Hansel Diane Bye .l0Yfie Miller S353 lgsglizzl Margaret Kellec Mane Mobraten Elaine LaValley Muriel Min8C Gretchen Monson Walter Wildung Ona Ann Skrove -15- ALTO Donna Fick Clarice Formo Jeanne Le Due David Thompson TROMBONE Marion Anderson Maureen Bergerud Coral Collman Bruce Halverson Jeanne Hensch Marie Hovland D-onna Larson Peter Larson Willard Mesna Bernice Nycklemoe Beverly Snyder Glenice Sund ' BARITONE Dennis Mitchell John Oyen Pat Rian BASS Joyce Clauson Beth Garberg Harry Garberg LeRoy Holten Jewell Lyngaas Arlen Ryan jack Swenson STRING BASS Joyce Gilbertson PERCUSSION Becky Pederson Howard Steen Joe Thompson This year the Marching Band has been very busy. Football games, the Homecoming festivities and the Centennial celebration last summer were just part of their many activities. Their formations have added much to the enjoyment of all who saw them. -17- I CONCERT BAND The band presented sev- eral concerts ancl also played for special events during the year. Under the direction of Frank Hedlund, the Concert Band has become an out- standing musical organiza- tion. First Chair Section ,I81. Trombone Quartet Saxophone Quartet Woodwind Quartet I S EQ ORCHESTRA Playing for class plays, convocations and commencement kept the Or- chestra active this year. Under the direction of Mr. Frank I-Iedlund such classics as "Marche Slave" and "Queen of Sheba", lighter numbers, "Syn- copated Clock" and "The Way You Look Tonight", have been performed on different occasions. FIRST VIOLIN LeRoy Albjerg Beverly Fletcher Cordon Holbeck Virginia Jacobson Phyllis Kvern Elaine LaVaIIey Faith Naegeli Donald Nelson Beverly Schempp David Vigen Eugene Wething SECOND VIOLIN Mary Beberg Robert Leabo Geraldine Miller Rosaline Paintner Student Director Members Noel Ryan Gloria Spranger Dennis Wilson Eloise Zenner VIOLAS Charlene Ficli Patricia Sha CELLO Becky Pederson Mary Louise Quernemoen Arlene Ryan Beverly Snyder BASSES Coral Cullman Joyce Cilbertson 120.- FLUTE Fairie Ann Fritzel Marilyn Kvern Naomi Melby OBOE Patricia Larson CLARINET Bob Barnack Joyce IVIiIIer Gordon Olson ALTO CLARINET Jane Wadsworth BASS CLARINET Jean Baker BASSOON Joyce Rinclall TROMBONE Bernice Nycklemoe Pat Rian TRUMPET Ronald Olson Jo Remster Lenore Ripka FRENCH HORN Diane Bye Margaret Kellec Muriel Minge Ona Ann Skrove David Thompson PERCUSSION Howard Steen Joe Thompson Two, Two, the Rivals String Trio String Quartet Trumpet Quartet CHOIR AND GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Choir Members FIRST SOPRANO Dorothy Matchinsky Janette Johnson Nancy Schulz Marjorie Buchholz Joyce Clauson Coral Collman Doris Deutschman Marilyn Helander Beverly Hoff Marjorie Homann Vivian Jensen Donna Krause lrene Milbeck Mary Quernemoen Janelle Rovang Arlene Ryen Charlotte Sachs Beverly Snyder Pat Vollbrecht Carol Yell Betty Mohs Joyce Newton Donna Noyes Marlene Precht Carrie Ann Reierson Priscilla Van Meter Barbara Wellbrock FIRST ALTO Dorothy Amoth Marilyn Kvern Naomi Melby Darlene Nelson Deloris Nelson Vashti Piechouslci Jo Remster Meredith St. Clair Delphine Silbernagel SECOND SOPRANO SECOND ALTO Donna Boe Jeanette Butler Beverly Fletcher Joyce Gilbertson Gail Halvorson Rosemary Hansel Harriet Lawrenson Yvonne Loomer Phyllis Bjorklund Diane Bye Jean Ann Dudgeon Charlene Pick Mary Gorton Pat Grabarkewitz Joan Gust JoAnn Holmes Phyllis Kvern Elaine l..aValley Delores Luopa Joyce Miller Gretchen Monson Howard Spitsberg Joe Thompson SECOND TENOR Bernice Nycl-tlemoe,ROger Anderson Joyce Rindahl Lenore Ripka Ona Ann Skrove Geraldine Stock Muriel Swenson Doris Thompson Pat Waldham Barbara Zahnow FIRST TENOR Carol Bailey Jean Baker JoAnn Brevig Quinton Brevig Verner Bachman Robert Bakken Arvid Bergeson James Davis Robert Deutschman Gordon Holbeck Robert Jensen Jay Kinne David Luncleen Donald Nelson l..aVerne Rude Patrick Rian James Salness Howard Steen Jack Swenson Gordon Wellbrock Arlene Denbrook Arnold El'lClCSOh Phyllis Halverson Robert Hanson Donald Adelsman , Vernell Bachman Connie Hoverman Robert Barnack MCYIYH Ordal John Bergerud Becky Pederson ... 22 1 Gerald Bureau Darrolcl Burris James Gulbranson Bruce Halverson Hadley Hanson Llyal Hanson David Heiberg James Henlces Merle Johnson Rodney Kastelle Darell Kuehnel Donald Larson Stanley Leabo Gerald Liedl Noel Olson William Peterson Owen Shaffer Donald Siems Wesley Torgerson David Vigen Donald Washburn SECOND BASS Gayle Beecher Neil Lee Jewell Lyngaas Willard Mesna Glee Club FIRST SOPRANO Arlene Anderson Vernyl Anderson Betty Bergeson Carol Christopherson Joyce Davis Mandelyn Engen Donna Fick RoAnn Fick Valdine Hagen Luwanna Halvorson Patty Heinl Jeanette Jacobson Donna Larson Joyce Berg Helen Bromberg Virginia Clark Helen Danielson Kathryn Drake Francis Duncan Jacquelyn Hagensiclc Leona Halvorson Doris Hanson Three major concerts - Arimistice Day. Club. CHCCS. Christmas, and Easter -- under the inspired direction of Mr. Conrad Blegstad were pre- sented by the combined Choir and Girls' Glee Many introductions and arrangements were done by Mr. Blegstad. Such favorites as Fred Waring's classic, "Dry Bones", "This ls My Country" and "Oh Miss Hannah" were well received by large audi- Members Elaine Hanson Muriel Hanson Shirley Hanson Kathryn Haugen Geraldine Houg Evelyn Quast Marlis Rude Ellen Rovang Maxine Schmidt Beverly Stavos Patricia Stock EaVon Synstelien Phyllis Thom Joy Ann Thorstenson Irene Tjaden Valera Todahl Eloise Zenner FIRST ALTO Mary Beberg Delores Cronin Peggy Davenport Beth Garberg Marjorie Halbakken Jane Halverson Donna Hannaman Jean Hensch Margaret Kellec Joyce Johnson Jeanne Le Due Jean Snyder Connie Tollefson Carole Lee Angeline Logas Shirley Luebke Geraldine Miller Barbara Petterson Gwen Pushing Beverly Rindahl Gloria Spranger Janet Stock SECOND SOPRANO Audrey Anderson Dorene Anderson Marian Anderson June Hovland Janice Jacobson Virginia Jacobson Kathryn Johnson Marian Jorgens Virginia Keane ...231 Angela Klinnert Jeanette Klinnert Jacquelyn Loomer Charlotte Markle Kathleen Melby Viola Nelson Rosalind Paintner Maureen Bergerud Florence Drake Fairie Ann Fritzell Helen Messenger Patricia Nelson Noel Ryan Glenice Sund Judy Tjaden Karen Wefald SECOND ALTO Carol Anderson Marlene Anderson Helen Araslcog Girls' Double Octet back Row: Beverly Snyder, Becky Pederson, Jean Baker, Jean Ann Dudgeon, Harriet Lawrenson, Mary Querne- moen, Coral Collman, Joyce Clauson. Front Row: Janelle Rovang. Carol Bailey, Vivian Jensen, Pat Vollbrecht, Gretchen Monson, Elaine La- Valley, Joan Gust, Bernice Nycklemoe. Girls' Quartet Dorothy Amoth, Joyce Newton, Meredith St. Clair, Phyllis Kvern. Boys' Octet Back Row: Pat Rian, La- Verne Rude, Neil Lee, Gayle B e e c h e r, Don Adelsman Front Row: Dave Vigen Llyal Hanson, Joe Thompson, Jack Swenson. X Editors Feature Editors Typists IIIIUEH. Editor-in-Chief . Doris Deutschman Associate Editors .... Gerry Stock Gordon Olson Class Editors . . jane Wadsworth Beverly Fletcher Robert Barnack Feature Editors .... Phyllis Kvern Beverly Schempp Naomi Melby Sports . . . . . Gene Messenger Lenore Ripka Business . ..... llomae Hanson Gordon Wellbrock James Zimmerman Richard Christopherson Cyril Stadsvold Club Editor ...... Marlene Percht Art Editor . . Delphine Silbernagel Typists . . . ..... Viola Nelson Deloris Nelson LeVonne Nord Photographers . . . Larry Norby Jim Raines Adviser . . . . Miss Schultz Stag It has been arduous. It has been tedious. It has been a headache. Art, Class and it has been fun! May it give you a faithful portrayal of your high school days and memories. THE STAFF Photographer and Sports Editors Business Staff ....27T. B A-rat RL. if Editor, News and Feature Editors Typists and Copy Readers Sports Editors 1 28 .. Qtter Editor-in-Chief-David Lundeen Business Manager-Gene Messenger News Editors-Phyllis Halverson, Doris Deutschman, LeV0nne Nord Copy Editor-Helen Bromberg' Copyreaders-Carrie Ann Reierson, De- loris Nelson, Nancy Schulz, Phyllis Kvern Feature Editors-Meredith St. Clair, Dorothy Amoth, LaVerne Rude Sports Editors-Noel Olson, Ted Butler, Milton Papke, Bruce Listoe, Jim Davis Girls' Sport Editor-Elaine LaValley Advertising Managers-Cyril Stadsvold, Beverly Schempp, Connie Wefald, David Vigen, Barbara Wellbrock Circulation and Exchange - Bernice Nycklemoe, Jim Henkes, Owen Shaf- fer Staff Artists-Mary Louise Quernemoen, Yvonne Loomer, Bob Barnack Photographers - Dayle Wellbrock. Wayne Larson Reporters-Gene Wething, Donn Siems, Beverly Stanley, Emmett O'Meara, Jane Wadsworth, Dick Christopher- son, Donna Noyes, Joyce Johnson. Joyce Rindahl, Virginia Keane, Gretchen Monson, Pat Vollbrecht, Jean Baker, Janelle Rovang, Roland Bromberg, Gordon Holbeck Typists-JoAnn Brevig, Jeanne Hensch, Marilyn Kvern, Carol Yell, Ardis Haukos, Kathryn Drake Adviser-Beverly Malme Our school paper, the Ot- ter, has achieved two of the highest ratings that a school paper can receive in jour- nalistic juclging. They have receivecl an All American rating in the National Scho- lastic Press Association and a first class rating in the Quill and Scroll. Stag Circulation and Exchange Photographers and Editors Reporters Journalism Club -29-. Back Row: Gene Messenger, Gordon Olson, Don Larson, Pat Rian, Noel Olson. Middle Row: Doris Deutschman, Ilomae Hanson, Joyce Gilbertson, Phyllis Halverson, Jo Remster, Nancy Schulz, Bernice Nycklemoe, Beverly Schempp, Elaine LaVa1ley, Meredith St. Clair, Dorothy Amoth, Phyllis Kvern. Front Row: LeVonne Nord, Naomi Melby, Beverly Fletcher, Marlene Precht, Helen Bromberg, Deloris Nelson. Gerrv Stock. Jane Wadsworth. ational Honor Nocioty Students in the National Honor Society were chosen to membership on the basis of leadership, scholarship, character, and service in the classroom and in extra-curricular activities. Their achievements in- cluded entering a float in the Homecoming parade, sponsoring a CARE drive, nominating a famous American for the Hall of Fame, and giving a formal initiation for new members. Mr. John Ohles was the adviser, and the officers were: President, Gordon Olson, Vice President, David Lundeeng and Secretary-Treas- urer. Helen Bromberg. JUNIORS: David Vigen, Jean Baker, Mary Gorton, Becky Pederson, Bruce Listoe Future armers of America President .............................. Gerald Drews Vice President .... . . . Warren Johnson Secretary ..... .......... R obert Eekley Treasurer . . . ............ Calvin Ferber Reporter ...................... Richard Christopherson The F.F.A. organization is made up of farm boys who are enrolled in Vocational agriculture in high school. The main purpose of the organization is to develop the boys into leaders and farmers of the future. . This year the local chapter has sent delegates to a marketing school at So. St. Paul, traveled as a group to West Fargo and has also sent delegates to the district convention. In the sports field basketball has topped the list. Games have been played with other chapters in this area. -31- DEBATE TEAM A The debate question for the year 1950 was Resolved: "That the Pres- ident of the United States should be elected by direct vote of the Peo- ple." The team, which included only one veteran, was composed of Gayle Beecher, David Brown, David Lun- deen, Maurice Ness, Marlene Precht, Walter Wildung, Burnham Elton, and Bruce Listoe. Their coach was Mr. Donald Bolyard. Trophies were won in both the district and regional contests and the team made a re- spectable showing in the Tri-State Forensic Tournament. Ar the State meet in February Fergus Falls placed fourth, winning nine points out of a possible eighteen. LIBRARY CLUB SECRETARIES OF TOMORROW Back Row: Rodney Kastelle, Wesley Torgerson, David Brown, Roland Bromberg, Walter Wildung, David Lundeen, Carl Burdick, Gayle Beecher, Emmett O'Meara, Burnham Elton, Robert Jenson, Mr. Mor- tenson, adviser. Front Row: Naomi Melby, Bernice Nycklemoe, Jane Wadsworth, Dorothy Amoth, Helen Bromberg, Jean Ann Dudgeon, Jean Baker, Becky Pederson, Elaine LaValley, Barbara Wellbrock. THESPIANS Adviser, Mr. Thomas Mortenson Thespian Troupe 443 of the National Thes- pian Society, under the direction of Mr. Thom- as Mortenson, began its activities this year with the sponsorship of "But Not Goodbye", a three-act play under the auspices of the Univer- sity of Minnesota. ln the spring, the group itself presented a three-act comedy, "The Torch-Bearersf' To conclude the year's activ- ities, tlxe troupe attended a professional play in the Twin Cities. SENIGR CLASS PLAY "Cl-IEERIO, MY DEAR1o" Director, Miss Margaret Schultz Cast Melchizedek ............. Rodney Kastelle Desdemona . . ........ jane Wadsworth Cherry Holt .... . . . Bernice Nycklemoe Sue Grahame .... .... M eredith St. Clair Tommy Tarrant ............. Donn Seims Dick Grahame ........... Walter Wildung Lord Cuthbert Twillingham ....... Pat Rian Snodsbury ............... Don Adelsman Mrs. T. jefferson Johns ...... Shirley Seelye Gwenneth ............ Harriet Lawrenson Sophronia Spachett . . . . . Helen Bromberg Fifi ........ V ..... . . . janet Davenport Student Directors ......... Elaine Lavalley Dorothy Amoth a f ta f JUNIOR CLASS PLAY "BEST FOOT FORWARD" Director, Miss Betty Hartig Cale Joy, the actress . Helen Schlessinger . . Blind Date ....... Minerva . . . . . . .... Ethel .................. Miss Delaware Water Miss Smith ....... "Bud" Hooper . . . "Dutch" Miller . "Hunk" Hoyt . . "Satchel" . . . . "Green" .... . . Doctor Reeber . . . Professor Lloyd . . . Chester ....... Gap Cast .................-Ieanl-lensch joyce Rindall . . . Rebecca Pederson . . . . Marilyn Kvern . . . . . Coral Collman . . . . . . Judith Tjaden ...,IeanDudgeon Old Grad ............. . . . . David Vigen . . . LaVerne Rude . . . . Willard Mesna . . . . Emmett O'lVIeara jay Kinne . . . . Robert Jensen Duanestich . . . Roland Bromberg ......Geraldl..1edl Jack Haggerty ........................ Burnham Elton Jean Baker was student director and US Il!!! i Alfred Maahs was stage manager. Left to right, back row: STUDENT COUNCHJ Merle Anderson, Jewell Lyngaas, Bob -Barnack, David Vigen. Front row: Jeanne LeDue, Meredith St. Clair, Mandelyn Engen, Coral Collman, Carol Anderson. The representation of the student body is the student council. , Planning for Homecoming was one of the first undertakings of this organiza- tion. The council picked the Homecoming slogan which was "Be-head Moor- head." The members again sold tickets for the football and basketball games and also booster pins. RED CROSS COUNCHJ 'Back row: Charles Hyslop, Eugene Wething, Jack Swenson, Burnham Elton, Gayle Beecher, Maurice Ness, Coral Collman, Beverly Stavos. Front row: Becky Pederson, Gretchen Monson, Mary Louise Quernemoen, Ilomae Hanson, Shirley Luebke, Nila Wilson, Beth Garberg, Carol Anderson, Florence Albers. 1 , l V m V NIW QM 1, i Q 55 ,. ? I E if ' S 5 , . i , A Q T. ,L , Standing, left to right: Al Letich, assistant coach, Roland Bromberg, Donald Washburn, Carroll Gerhard son, Bob Steussy, LeRoy Krause, Ted Butler, Bruce Halverson, Darrell Kuehnell, Noel Olson, Gary Spranger, Jim Salness, Emmett 0'Meara, LeRoy Holtan, Russ Kastelle, Dave Lundeen, Larry Norby Norm Galloway, head coach. Front row, left to right: Willard Mesna, Duaine Knopp, Les Drechsel Wayne Larson, Jim Henkes, Milt Papke, Gerry Liedl, Merle Anderson, Dave Noyes. FOOTBALL With nine returning lettermen to bolster the football squad the Otters won its first football championship with a record of 3 wins and l loss in the Minn-Kota Con- ference. The season's record of 4 wins, 2 ties, and 2 losses doesn't begin to tell of the highly successful season. Milt Papke fbelowl received the T. H. Johnson Award for the team's most valuable player. Fergus Falls Fergus Falls Fergus Falls Fergus Falls Fergus Falls Fergus Falls Fergus Falls Fergus Falls 26 .. lnternational Falls 32 0 ......... Hopkins 20 .. . .. Valley City 20 I9 . . . . . Moorhead 7 ...... Park Rapids l 9 ...... Beckenridge Zl . . Minneapolis Edina 20 ........ Wahpeton I7 Papk Butl Spra g Washburn Lundeen Henk08 igsldn Parade Senior Leftermen Messenger 0 es udent Manager, AWARD DAY - 39 f' Kuehnel Fmt' H a lv e rs o n O'Meara Krause Knopp JUNIOR AND SOPHOMORE LETTERMEN ere 3 Salness . 5 " ', gf .,,,F4.L., is Liecll .W., , l Brom berg ' -' i it ' LkLL A ' The Otter golf team will have ffliflif 'lll QAL ' A ii lyll f it three of last year's members which Z 7 k4k placed fourth in the state tourna- ment last summer. Returning let- termen, left to right: Bob Gudding, GCl'haYClS0n Drechsel Milt Papke, Julian Gudding. NATIONAL ATHLETIC HONOR SOCIETY-Back row, left to right: Gayle Beecher, Pat Rian, Cyril Stadsvold, Noel Olson, presidentg Milt Papke, vice presidentg Les Drechsel. Front row: Don Washburn, Dave Noyes, Gerry Liedl, Burnham Elton, Merle Anderson, secretary-treasurer: Gene Messenger. Not pictured: Dave Lundeen, Roland Bromberg. -.40 -- FOOTBALL, "B" SQUAD-Back row, left to right: Dennis Moe, Gerry Nagel, Billy Peterson, Willard Mesna, Duaine Knopp, Larry Norby, Tom Johnson, Russ Kastelle, Jim Salness, Larry Loomer, LeRoy Holten, Duane Schmidt, LeRoy Krause, Les DrechseL Middle row: Quinton Brevig, Duane Stich, Charles Schiesser, Jewell Lyngaas, Jack Lohn, Darrell Schuetze, Dennis Wilson, Bob Bakken, dal, Chuck -Hyslop, Duane Sachs, Merle Johnson, Jack Oyen, Dick For the second straight year the Otter "B" squad, under the coaching of Johnny Hermes, went undefeated through their schedule. Their record of 4 wins and l tie extended their con- secutive string to I3 games. Duaine Knopp and Les Drechsel were the outstanding players. Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Dale Larson. Front row: Merlyn Or- Brandon, David Ash, George Sawyer. 25 . . . . . Elbow Lake 7 7 . . . . . Wahpeton 0 0 . . . . . Breckenridge 0 21 . . . ...... Frazee 0 l 9 .......... Breckenridge l 3 FOOTBALL, "C" SQUAD-Back row, left to right: Don Krueger, Bob Dickerson, Bob Andstrom, Jim Wright, Alva. Schultz, Len Winter, Wilbur Washburn, Russ Adelsman. Middle row: Gene Webster, Dick Larson, Glen Nycklemoe, Paul Noyes, Phillip Fry, Roger Lydeen, Bob Knutson, Kenny Erickson, Tony Preus, John Thorn- dahl, Buzz Lundeen. Front row: Bud Larson, Doug Hovland, Allyn Bjorgum, Duane Landberg, Steve Bromberg, Dave Feloyn, Dale Strissel, Eddie Gingerich, Allen Gorton, James Karst. Left to right: Merle Anderson, Roland Bromberg, Gordon Bakken, Dave Noyes, Milt Papke, Darrell Kuehnel Maury Ness, student managerg Noel Olson, Bruce Halverson, Ted Butler, Gary Spranger, Jim Henkes Gene Messenger. MINN-KOTA STANDINGS 8 Fergus Falls 2 Fargo 7 3 Wahpeton 5 5 Valley City 3 5 Moorhead 3 6 Breckenridge 2 7 Basketball proved to be the outstanding sport in Fergus High again this year as the Otters won I8 games and lost 4 in regular season play. They were ceded as the number one team in the District and came out on top of the Minn-Kota Conference with a record of 8 wins and Z losses. Fergus Falls 42 .................... Valley City Fergus Falls 76 . . . . . . Wahpeton Fergus Falls 56 ........ Fargo Fergus Falls 50 ..... Barnesville Fergus Falls 50 Pelican Rapids Fergus Falls 72 .. Moorhead Fergus Falls 39 . Alexandria Fergus Falls 47 . . . Brainerd Fergus Falls 43 Valley City Fergus Falls 55 Elbow Lake Fergus Falls 67 Breckenridge Fergus Falls 57 . Barnesville Fergus Falls 55 .. Wahpeton Fergus Falls 55 Grand Forks Fergus Falls 33 Grand Forks Fergus Falls 58 .. Moorhead Fergus Falls 59 Pelican Rapids Fergus Falls 56 . . . ........ Perham Fergus Falls 55 .......... Fargo Fergus Falls 80 Breckenridge Fergus Falls 73 Elbow Lake Fergus Falls 71 . . . . . . Alexandria 1421 BASKETBALL . . -qw Ukxl 5, l BASKETBALL, "B" SQUAD-Back row, left to right: Jack Oyen, Selmer Trosvig, Wallace Larson, Jewell Lyngaas, LeRoy Krause, Paige Johnson, Corby Newman, Dan Olson, Merle Johnson, Jack Lohn, Loren Bakken, Middle row: Paul Kloster, Dick Brandon, Gerry Nagel, John Rian, Virgil Trandem, Gordon Fick, Bob Bakken. Front row: George Sawyer, Dan Muchow, Quinton Brevig, Dale Larson, Chuck Hyslop, Keith Hopponeu. QP , Q! L. U . 'K 'rf Otter baseball team which won the District 23 championship last summer. Back row, left to right: Wes Torgerson, Milt Papke, Noel Olson, Cy Stadsvold, Pat Rian, Merle Anderson, Johnny Hermes, coach. Front row: Gene Messenger, Dave Aldrich, Paul Gust, Ted Butler, Dave Noyes, Donn Siems, Gerry Nagel. Not pic- tured: Jim Henkes. 344.-. A3 Every Thursday the girls have an opportunity to display their skills in sports by being a member of the Girls' Athletic Associa- tion, They play competitive games such as basketball, volleyball and softball. Individual sports for extra credit include hiking, tennis, bowling, skiing, and tobogganing. Adviser-Miss Ruth Mc- Kay. 1 GAA. z 'WW' . 41 S' N 1Left to right:J S. Seelye, Cabinetg J. LeDue, Sec.g E. LaValley, Pres.g J. Baker, Cabinetg P. Nelson, Cabinetg G. Monson, Cabinetg J. Davenport, V. Pres.g G. Pushing, Treas.g L. Halvorson, Cabinet- L. Nord, Cabinet. 1 s 1 1 -46- ep cms A new Pep Club has been organized this year to assist the cheerleaders with new yells and to keep the crowd in the spirit of the game. A special section is reserved at the games for the members. B QP l3ElI1Cl DIRECTORS Bob Barnack Bernice Nyeklemoe Pat Rian President-Betty Nlohs Vice President-Jeanette Butler Secretary-Treasurer-Maureen Bergerud MAJ ORETTES Left to right: Joyce Gil- Xhertson, Head Majoretteg Janet Rosengren, Janice Grant, Pgt Norby, Shirley Lundeerg, Beth Hagen. SENIOR CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Emmett O'Meara, J a n e Wads- worth, Leland Willard, Joyce Johnson, Bumham Elton. JUNIOR CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Pauline Anderson, Shirley Rin- dahl, Donna Nickel, Nor- ma Larson. 'N Lf-, ,,,,,i .0 W Swag H1 xi 1.4111 2 3 'S 5 ,,..V, h m. if J' ' Q. Y 2' 1 ' iw 4: nk N E is F Q 7 e Ns. 1 egg. .. E.. 4 1 4, 'T V , . 1 1,5 Yr W in V flu K 5 y 4 gd, L 1 Z i Ri 4,6 ff W ,SM -35, A . 6 552 'HP Q 5 , W . Qi-,EZ-.,Q,A . . if QM :ef :-. 3 5 , .. -, 21 fx? as-iff L M I V P 2 , .f 1 f U ,N W 3 '- sn: '3 - fu 1 -Q M ggi ,N 1 f ' 5 :iw ' Rui' H i' ,7 01, in , f Vysf ,ef if 9 JSI? fx, ,f 32: ,e -,E I x Vgftr.. .ggwg EQQW, ' 'YQ it iw? K5 i ,eq Q 33 E 'X-s. x ,ii?,.15: -Frziibfi f . . i'f"T" 3 fmfziff' 4' 5' ' B ,Z 3. .A-,Lf X 3 Q nw Q4 ,sw 5 .ei W, Y? pf, ax ' L . 4 ,ti 1 Q 4 swan ' F in, ' . A A 4 A4 .f, . it , X 4 1 if 'X 5 y f 1 , A. .f -'V wa . wwf vw Class Officers Gordon Olson ..... President Milton Papke . . Vice President Phyllis Kvern ..... Secretary Donald Larson .... Treasurer Class Advisers Dorothy Kjorlie Mrs. Bernice Hedlund Thomas Mortenson Margaret Schultz E. Halverson The Ciass 1Q5G CLASS COLORS Maroon and White CLASS FLOWER White Rose CLASS MOTTO "There can be but a single goal of education and that - education for freedomf ' 52 "" DONALD ADEL.SMAN "A competent bass" Choir '48, '49, '50, Madrigall '49, Boys' Octet '50, Intramural '48, "Cheerio, My Deario" '50. LEROY ALBJERG "Firmgling fiddler" '49, '50, Football '48, Intramural '48, '49, '50, Civil Air Patrol, Orchestra '48, '49, '50. ARLENE ANDERSON "Pleasant and re!icenl" Glee Club '49, '50, Pep Drama Club '49. DONALD ANDERSON "Tooling Taofer" Club '50s Marching Band '48, '49, '50, Concert Band '48, '49, '50, Pep Band '50, Track '49, '50, Intramural '48, '49, 50. MERLE ANDERSON "Everybody: friend" Nat'I Athletic Honor Society '49, '50, Football '50, Basketball '48, '49, '50, Baseball '48, '49, '50, Track '48, '49, Student Council '50, VERNER BACHMAN "Farewell, knowledge, thou lo my possessions" arl loo dear Choir '49, '50, Baseball '49, Intramural '48, '49, '50. CONSTANCE ALBERTSON "Quiet and reserved" '-I -u U 5 Q -vu 0 -1 -1 0 D- -+- 3 5 W U -1 -r fl F 5. F -ri to assess? DOROTHY AMOTH "Personalily plus" G.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Choir '48, '49, Girls' Sextet '48, Girls' Quartet '49, ' , journalism '48, Otter Staff '49, ' , Library Club '48, Speech '48, '49, ' 2 Drama Club '48, '49, Thespiana ' , Stenography Club '50: "The Torch- Bearer", National Honor Society '50. CHARLES ANDERSON "Charlie My Boy" F.F.A. '48, '49, '50. HAZEL ANDERSON "Cond-humored gymnasf' G.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Pep Club '50, Horizon Club '49. VERNELL BACHMAN "Which livin has the Toni?" Choir '49, '50, Intramural '49, '50. CAROL BAILEY "Singing and dancing girl" Choir '49, '50, Chorus '48, Joumaliuu '48, Speech '49, Girls' Octet '49, Double Octet '50, Stenography Club '50. ROBERT BARNACK "Cutting Capers on my clarinet" Marching Band '48, '49, '50, Pep Band '48, '49, '50, Concert Band '48, '49, '50, Orchestra '48, '49, '50, Choir '50, An- nual Staff '50, Otter Staff '49, '50, Intramural '48, '49, '50, journalism '48, Student Council '50, Drama Club '48, Clarinet Quartet '48, '49, '50, Saxophone Quartet '50, Civic Orchestra '48, '49, '50, ARVID BERGERSON -'s,i11..1 Slifer" F.FV.A. '48, '49, choir 'so. PHYLLIS BJORKLUND "Ble.st with a natural curl" Choir '49, '50, journalism '48, Chorus '48, Stenography Club '50. DUANE BOE "Seen but seldom heard" JO ANN BREVIG "Blond ballerina" Chorus '48, Choir '49, '50, Otter Staff '49, '50, Journalism '48, Cheerleader '48, '49, Stenography Club '50, DAVID BROWN "Patrick Henry had nothing on him" F.F.A. '49, Thespiam '49, '50, lntra- mural '48, Debate '48, '49, '50, Speech '48, '49, Drama '49, Declamation '48, '49. ,M ,V , .. ,L f . 1, F 2-,AQ 'x . , ' " ' " , 5 4 'mfg -,gf ,L Sf9f3, ,.,, f"' , t Q59 t raer -af 'i .E rrlt 4 s r ' A gf -.l sr 1 i- A. GAYLE BEECHER "All the 1vorlcl's a stage" Marching Band '50, Concert Band '48, '49, '50, Pep Band '49, Intramural '50, Thespians '48, '49, '50, Speech '49, '50, Debate '50, Junior Class Play '49, Choir '48, '49, '50, Drama Club '48, Nat'l Athletic Honor Society '49, 50, Football '48, '49, '50, Basketball '48, '49, Boys' Octet '50, Junior Reel Cross Council '50, "The Torch-Bearers." EUGENE BEST "Hamm-so-Iucksf' Football '48, '49, Speech Club '49, Gymnastics '48, '49. DONNA BOE "Peaches and cream in person' Choir' '49, '50, Chorus '48. LAWRENCE BREDEHOF T "Never trouble trouble until trouble troubles you" HELEN BROMBERC "The show must go on" G.A.A. '48, Clee Club '49, '50, 'nies- pians '49, '50, Otter Staff '49, '50, Library Club '48, Nat'l Honor Society '49, '50, Pep Club '50, Speech '48, '49, junior Class Play, Journalism '48, Class Officer '49, Drama Club '49, Horizon Club '49, '50, "The Torch-Bearerl": "Cheerio, My Deario" '50, Salutatorian, D.A.R. MARJORIE BUCHHOLZ "Merry heart and laughing face" Choir '50, Chorus '48, Stenography Club '50 CARL BURDICK "Droll and easy going" Marching Band '48, '49, Concert Band '48, '49, Thespians '50, lntramural '49, junior Class Play, "The Torch-Bean ers", Transferred from LaCrosse, Wis., '48. DELORES BYE "Smiles are well worth while" Otter Staff '49, journalism Club '48, Stenography Club '50. BEVERLY CARRISON "fast call me giggles" HELEN DANIELSON "Whatever is worth doing is worth doing melt" Clee Club '49, '50, Horizon Club '49, '50, Stenography '50. KATHERINE DE LAGOON "Smiles that make us happy" Speech '48, Horizon '49, '50. DORIS DEUTSCHMAN "Coca about things with a gusto" C-.A.A. '48, '49, Chorus '48, Glee Club '49, Choir '50, Editor Annual Staff '50, Otter Staff '49, '50, Nat'l Honor Society '49, '50, journalism '48, Drama Club '49, Horizon Club '49, Honor Roll. .,yaQgg3w,n 5' 2, . '69 ff Q . gif' 3.58, ig ,, , Wi M H W Y' Z5lIx9fS lSg' Ngsk N xx J t a-dia Hs,:.H 4, , '9 , as , f F :v ' 1' ka - --if 4 . . :' , --gr V , ,Q ta TED BUTLER "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men" Otter Staff '49, '50, Football '48, 49, '50, Basketball '48, '49, '50, Track '48, '49, Baseball '48, '49, '50, Journalism '48, Drama Club '46, '49, DIANE BYE "Music hasl charms, to soothe" Marching Band '48, '49, '50, Pep Band '48, '49, '50, Concert Band '48, '49, '50, Orchestra '49, '50, Choir '48, '49, '50, Debate '48, '49, Joumalism '49, Drama Club '49, Stenography Club '50, Civic Orchestra '50, French Horn Quartet '48, RICHARD CHRISTOPHERSON "Sec'y Brannan's right hand man" F.F.A. '48, '49, '50, Annual Staff '50, Otter Staff '50, joumalism Club '49, Jr. Chamber of Commerce Agricultural Award '48. JANET DAVENPORT "A smile, a chuckle, a laugh that's gay" C.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Journalism '49, Drama Club '49, Horizon Club '49, '50, Stenography Club '50, Queen's attendant '49, "C'heerio, My Deario" '50. MARY DE LACOON "Modesty is her charm" Horizon Club '49, '50, Speech '49. GERALD DREWS "Mathematical Mastermind" F.F.A. '48, '49, '50, F.F.A. fVice- Pres., '48, F.F.A. fPres.J '50, Intra- mural '48. l-qv.,-pw-un,-qq. .,-.1 ROBERT FABIAN "Nothing is so important I need worry about it" CALVIN FERBER "Nice smile-nice guy" EEA. '48, '50, F.F.A. Treasurer '48, '50 BEVERLY FLETCHER "Bright, busy, and pleasant" Orchestra '48, '49, '50, Choir '50, Glee Club '49, Chorus '48, Annual Staff '50, Nat'I Honor Society '49, '50, Pep Club '50, Student Council '49, Horizon Club '49, '50, Stenography Club '50, Honor Roll, Representative Senior. HARRY GARBERG "Mr. Sousaphonen Marching Band '48, '49, '50, Pep Band '49, '50, Concert Band '48, '49, '50, Concert Band '48, '49, '50, Football '48, '49, Intramural '48, '49, '50. PATRICIA GRABARKEWITZ "Nothing great mas ever achieved with- out enthusiasm" Choir '49, '50. ROBERT GUDDING "Nonchalcmt anal nice" Basketball '48, Intramural '49, '50, Golf '48, '49, '50, Gymnastics '49, .W at , , 3 a 9 ft 5 ' 't N 1? , at ina t hi 014 N' N 4 fr , 5 t sf, P' - , is -I W. , . g 5' 12, W? ' if 1 I gf! 1 t Q, . ,sn 1. . Y It I FF' of ' f 5 Ns ggsygf- QS HELEN FENSKE "Silence rules" CHIARLENE FICK "Diamond-studded personality" Orchestra '48, '49, '50, Choir '49, '50, Chorus '48, String Quartet '50, Civic Orchestra '49. JOHN FRAUTSCHI "Brains, bramn, ambition" JOYCE GILBERTSON "Her heart is in a twirl" C-.A.A. '48, '49, Marching Band '49, '50, Concert Band '50, Orchestra '49, '50, Chorus '48, Choir '49, '50, Drama '49, Horizon Club '49, '50, Civic Or- chestra '50, Drum Majorette '49, '50, Nat'l Hlonor Society '50. GORDON C-RAGE "Don't Ivorry-when l'm not at school, I'm usually some place else." MARILYN HALBAKKEN "Learn a little, laugh a little" Glee Club '49, '50, Chorus '48, Sten- ography Club '50. wr.,--.. PHYLLIS HALVERSON "There'.s nothing so queenly as kind- ness" G.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Marching Band 348, '49 ,50, Choir '49, '50, Chorus '48, Otter Staff '49, '50, Library Club '48, '49, Pep Club '50, Speech '48, journal- ism '48, Student Council '43, Horizon Club '49, Drama Club '49, Cirl's State '49, Nat'l Honor Society '50, DORIS HANSON "Small, smart and silent" Glee Club '49, '50, Stenography Club '50. HADLEY HANSON "I n1ouldn't think of letting my school morlf interfere with my education" Choir '49, '50, Track '48, '49, '50, Speech '48, Journalism 49. JOYCE HANSON "Shy and sweet: choice and neat" Transfer from Lumberton High School, Stenography Club '50. MURlEL HANSON "Coed looks and charm" G.A.A. '48, Glee Club '49, '50, Speech Club '49, journalism '48, Chorus '46. DELORES HARTHUN "Perham'.1 gift to F.F.H." Transferred from Perlum High School '50, Homecoming Attendant '50. be ,., Vft- 2, . , :.1,:" at 'fa x ff in 9 i 5 1C2""d . , 4 C 'Wu Q DONALD HALVORSON "Son of the soil" ELAINE HANSON "Silence is golden, but not for me" C.A.A. '45, '49, Clee Club 49, '50, Speech '49. 1 11.0 QWN yd an g ge , eat 'rl" A. 4An lf .A 4 4 tx " . ' dj -' ' 'llll wjifl' if as 'J LLYAL HANSON " "Caruso's chief competitor" Choir '49, '50, Chorus '48, intramural '48, '49, '50, Boys Octet '49, '50, Tennis '48, '49, '50, Drama Club '49, '50, Or- phean Male Chorus '49, '50. OTTO HANSON "Short and Swede" ROBERT HELGESON "We steady men are seldom appreci- ated" DARLENE HENDRICKSON "Ta be of service ralllcr than con- spicuous" Transferred from Breckenridge High School '4Bg Horizon Club '49. BEVERLY HOFF "Eyes so lzromn and never a frown" Choir '50, Glee Club '49, Chorus '48, MARJORIE HOMANN "Sl1e's a quiet girl, but she shines in the classroom." Choir '49, '50, Chorus '48, Honor Roll. FORREST HUSE "lf silence were golden, Forrest would be a millionaire." DAVID I... JOHNSON "Handsome and lrarcllvorlfingn Intramural '48, '49, '50, Speech '49, junior Class Play '49, Class Officer '49, Homecoming Attendant '50. EUGENE JOHNSON "Miles of smiles" 'll ii Ax , ' C 1, 'ee -M QW. - f 5 'W ii' v ,,z,r ' , 5 ii? mi? ' ' ,aw ,,,, ,, 2 TJ i . I if , Q-9" W 45 iz s f X Q :M it ii' WT 1' W ' nr ""w11v"il JAMES HENKES "What a physique!" Choir '48, '49, '50, Otter Staff '49, '50, Football '47, '48, '49, '50, Basketball '47. '48, '50, Track '48, Baseball '48, '49, '50, Speech '50, Journalism '48, Drama Club '48, '49, Mel Olson Award '50. JO ANN HOLMES "Tell me a story, I promise l'll laugh" C.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Choir '50, Cnlee Club '49 3 Chorus '48, jou rnalism '48, '49, Horizon Club '49. MARIE HOVLAND "Cond-nalured and good-looking" Transferred from Underwood High School '48, Marching Band '49, '50, Concert Band '49, '50, Pep Club '50, Horizon Club '49, '50, ALBERT j OH NSON "Sometimes l sil and lhinlf. Sometimes I just sit." DONALD JOHNSON "A red lap ll1al's a circus of fun" Basketball '47, Intramural '48, '49, JANETTE .IOHNSON Njinny with the dark brown hair" C.A.A. '48,'49,'50: Marching Band '48, '49, '50, Pep Band '48, '49, '50, Concert Bancl '48, '49, '50: Choir '50, Glee Club '49, Chorus '48, Journalism '48. MERI.. JOHNSON "Spurs that jingle, jungle, jingle" RODNEY KASTELLE. "Man behind the scenes" Choir '48, '49, '50, Thespians '49, '50, lntramural '49, Speech '49, '50, Decla- mation '49, '50, "Cheerio, My Deario" '50, DELORES KNOPP "Sweet face and disposition to match' G.A.A. '48. PHYLLIS KVERN "jill of all trades-master of many" C.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Orchestra '48, '49, '50g Choir '48, '49, '50, Annual Staff '50g Otter Staff '49, '50, Drama Club '48, '49: Civic Orchestra '50: Library Club '48, Pep Club '50, Girls' Quartet '49, '50, Girls' Sextet '48, String Quar- tet '50, Class Officer '50g Journalism '48g Student Council '49, Student Or- chestra Director '50g Honor Roll: Nat'l Honor Society '50. DONALD LARSON "A steady lad, a student, too. He does the taslf he .sets out to do." Choir '49, '503 Nat'l Honor Society '50: lntramural '48, '49g Class Officer '50, Entered from Benson County Ag. School, Maddoclc, North Dalcota '48, MARILYN LARSON "Of every noble work-the silent part is best" G.A.A. '50. any-45, ,wo t QW K ' a ,, x of' i fb.: X I 6 R 'Q f J . f .1ffi' A ' . ct ' i .5 KLL: V, -:- fum , gg 4' V et 5 'Q' Sn t 'T VERNON JOHNSON "Takin' life easy" Intramural '48, '49, Football '48. JEANETTE KLINNERT "Sweet and sincere" C-lee Club '50, DONNA KRAUSE "She has a silver lining" Chorus '48: Clee Club '49, Choir '5U: Horizon Club '49. ERVIN LANCSETH "Men of fem words are the best men" DONNA MAE LARSON "Be silent and safe-silence never be- trays you" C.A.A. '48, '50: Horizon Club '50, Entered from Maddock, North Dalcota '48. WAYNE LARSON "Football, females, and fun" Otter Staff '49, '50, Football '48, '49, '50 El..AlNE LA VALLEY " 'Queen' of all she surveys" G.A,A. '48, '49, '50, Marching Band '48, '49, '50, Pep Band '48, '49 ,'50, Orchestra '48, '49, '50, Concert Band '48, '49, '50, Choir '48, '49, '50, Home- coming Queen '50, Saxophone Trio '50, String Quartet '50, Thespians '50, Otter Staff '49, '50, Journalism '48, Nlaclrigals '49, Double Octet '50, Jr. Class Play '49, Horizon Club '49, Civic Orchestra '50, Nat'l Honor Society '50, YVONNE LOOMER "Shalfespeare and Michelangelo have finally met their match" G.A.A. '49, '50, Choir '49, '50, Otter Staff '49, '50, Chorus '48, Pep Club '50, Speech '48, '49, Joumalism '48, Horizon Club '50. DAVID LUNDEEN "All American ezlilor-all around guy" Choir '50, Thespians '49, '50, Intramural '48, '49, '50, Debate '50, Quill ancl Scroll '49, '50, Nat'l Honor Society '49, '50, Football '48, '49, '50, junior Class Play, journalism '48, Drama Club '49, Basketball '48, Boy's State '49, Editor Otter Staff '49, '50, Class Officer '48, '49, Bausch-Lomb Award, Valeclicto- nan. DELORIS LYSNE fDroppedj NAOMI MELBY "A merry heart and a helping hand" Marching Band '50, Concert Band '49, '50, Orchestra '50, Choir '49, '50, Thespians '49, '50, Annual Staff '50, Pep Club '50, junior Class Play '49, journalism '49, Drama Club '49, Class Officer '49, Horizon Club '49, Home- coming Attendant '49, Nnt'l Honor Soci- ety '50, Pep Band '50, "The Torch- Bearer:-" BERDYNE MEYER "Quiet but effective" in 9' av "Kite l fi I . ,Tix . ? L H J. . sys' -' A in i H1 fg i , 8 -isr , K I if 4 , u i " 1" g .. , . S '::,:- , W P ,an ' f if ' My E ,fer , sg-2:-.,,.,:'-" W J '51 ' ' . rj 9Y i"Jff22.fi, L M , 55? , :ai, ,3- 1- i3i'fk,,f," f HARRIET LAWRENSON "Specialties are art and Don!" Choir '49, '50, Girls' Octet '50, Horizon Club '50, "Cheerio, My Deario" '50. LEOLA LOTHER "To thinh is to live-She is much alive." ROBERT LUNDEEN "Never do tomorrow what you can put off until next week" ERNEST MELBY "Beautiful Dreamer" Marching Band '48, '49, '50, Concert Band '48, '49, '50, Speech '49. EUGENE MESSENGER "Little dynamo" Concert Band '48, '49, '50, Annual Staff '50, Otter Staff '49, '50, Naft Athletic Honor Society, Basketball '47, '48, '49, '50, Student Manager, Football '48, '49, '50, ,Ioumalism '48, Homecoming At- tendant '50, Baseball '48, '49, '50, Representative Senior, Nat'l Honor Society '50. IRENE MILBECK "Sweet and serene" Choir '50, Calee Club '49. " , -'ii DELAIN MILLER "Tall, dark, and dashing" DENNIS MITCHEL "Eager and determined" ' Marching Band '48, '49, '50, Concert Band "4s, '49, '50, speech '49, Pep Bend 49, '50. DONALD MOLTER "Loping along al an easy gait" DARLENE NELSON "Black hair and eyes" Choir '50, Glee Club '49, Horizon Club '49, '50, Honor Roll. LORRAINE NELSON "I lfnolv lhal I don'l lallf much. I sup- pose l'm shy" Cn.A.A. '48, Pep Club '50, Speech '49, Horizon Club '49, '50. MAURICE NESS "High school days have lheir delighls, laul lhep can'l compare lvilh high school nighls" Joumalism '49, Football '48, '49, Intra- mural '48, '49, '50, Track '48, '49, '50, Baseball '49, '50, Debate '50. R v 1 'W' .. W lt -ff 3, V - e E so JS .-61... MURIEL MINGE "Solemn on aulside, fun on inside" Marching Band '49, '50, Concert Band '48, '49, '50, Orchestra '49, '50, Speech '49, Pep Bancl '50. BETTY MOHS "Noi quanlily lrul qualily" O.A.A. '50, Choir '49, '50, Pep Club Homecoming Attendant '50, Chorus SANFORD MUCHOW "Easy come, easy go" lntramural '49. DELORIS NELSON "Hard!vorlging and sincere" G.A.A. '48, '49, Choir '49, '50, Journal'- ism '48, Horizon Club '49, '50, Sten- ography Club '50, Annual Staff '50, Otter Staff '49, '50, Chorus '48, Honor Roll, Nat'l Honor Society '50. VIOLA NELSON "Plea.sanl and induslrious, capable and compelcnln Glee Club '49, '50, Annual Staff '50, Horizon Club '49, '50, Stenography Club '50. ' JOYCE NEWTON "Wilh a song in her hear!" Choir '48, '49, '50, Girls' Quartet '49, '50: Girls' Sextet '48, Stenography Club '50. LE. VONNE NORD "Her style and manners both are neaf, her helpful ways will ne'er he beat." C.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Annual Staff '50, Otter Staff '49, '50, Journalism '48, Pep Club '50, Horizon Club '49, '50, Stenography Club '50, Honor Roll, Nat'l Honor Society '50. DONNA NOYES "Sleek and slim" C.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Choir '49, '50, Chorus '48, Otter Staff '50, Journalism '49, Library Club '48, Pep Club '50, Drama Club '49, Horizon Club '49, 50. BETTY LOU OLSON "Stars in her hair" G.A.A. '50, Horizon Club '49, '50. GORDON OLSON "Scholarly, reliable anal considerate" Pep Band '48, '49, '50, Concert Bancl '48, '49, '50, Orchestra '50, Annual Staff '50, Nat'l Honor Society '49, '50, Speech '48, Extemp '50, Clarinet Trio '50, Class Officer '48, '50, Clarinet Quartet '49, Bausch-Lomb Award, Honor Roll, V.F.W. Awarcl. NOEL OLSON "Lang, lean, and likeable" Bancl '48, '49, '50, Choir '49, '50, Otter Staff '49, '50, ,loumalism '48, Nat'l Athletic Honor Society '49, '50, Football '48, '49, '50, Basketball '48, '49, '50, Track '49, Baseball '48, '49, '50, Tennis '49, '50, Drama '48, '49, Nat'l Honor Society '50, MILTON PAPKE "A whiz at sports" Otter Staff '49, '50, Nat'l Athletic Honor Society '49, '50, Football '48, '49, '50, Basketball '48, '49, '50, Track '48, Baseball '48, '49, '50, Golf '48, '49, '50, Journalism '48, Class Officer '50, T. H. johnson Awarcl. DAVID NOYES "Athletics-a specialty" Football '48, '49, '50, Basketball '48, '49, '50, Baseball '48, '49, '50, Tracl: '48, Student Council '48. BERNICE. NYCKLEMOE "Little, but so is a sticlf of dynamite" '48, '49, Marching Band '48, '49, '50, Pep Band '48, '49, '50, Concert Bancl '48, '49, '50, Orchestra '48, '49, '50, Otter Staff '49, '50, Journalism '48, Student Council '48, Girls' Double Octet '50, Choir '49, '50, Chorus '48, Thes- pians '50, Library Club '49, Speech '49, Drama Club '49, Madrigals '49, Junior Class Play, Trombone Quartet '49, '50, Civic Orchestra, Honor Roll, "Cheerio My Deario" '50, Representative Senior, Nat'l Honor Society '50, CORRINE. OLSON "She'.s very quiet: not at all boaslful" Horizon Club '49, '50. HAROLD OLSON "Lilfeable Loafer" Concert Band '48, Intramural '49. LOREN ORDAL "Laughing eyes and smiling face" Baseball '48, '49, Intramural '48, '49, DONALD PECHA "Why should life all lahor he?" Transferred from Bloomer, Wisconsm. LAURA PEDERSON "Eye catcher" RICHARD PETERSON "Easy going" Entered from Seattle, Wash., '49. MARLENE. PRECHT "Good sense and sparkling brown eyes" Annual Staff '50, Choir '50, Debate '50, Stenography Club '50, Nat'l Honor Society, Entered from Decatur, Ill., '50, Honor Roll, MARY LOUISE QUERNEMOEN "Ardcnt artist" G.A.A. '48, Orchestra '48, '49, '50, Choir '48, '49, '50, Otter Staff '49, '50, Pep Club '50, Girls' Octet '49, Girls' Double Octet '50, Declamation '48, Red Cross Council '49, '50, String Quartet '50, Speech '48, Civic Orchestra '50. CARRIE ANN RIERSON "Good listener and ltard working" C.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Horizon Club '49, '50, Pep Club '50, Library Club '49, '50, Speech.'48, '49, Chorus '48, Glee Club '49, Choir '50, Journalism '48, Otter Staff '49, '50. LENORE RIPKA "Cute little flirt" C.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Marching Band '48, '49, '50, ,Pep Band '48, '49, '50, Concert Band '48, '49, '50, Choir '50, Glee Club '49, Chorus '48, Orchestra '49, '50, journalism '48, '49, Drama Club '49, Annual Staff '50. gffnfi-.xqvle t P' 'X' ' 'X fi .Us I wing 1 s, ,I G . 1 vb Q' . u, ill' eggff- ' .V gi! F -4 , Yi wi , S' ff .,.,, Q vp ,L R "' sig? L- " R , , mn, S , K .,, L LORRAlNE PERGANDE "Play that dreamy melody." Orchestra '48, '49, Horizon Club '49, '50 VASHTI PIECHOUSKI "Cond-natured and cute" G.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Choir '50, C-lee Club '49, Library Club '48, Pep Club '50, journalism '49, Horizon Club '49, '50. EVELYN QUAST "Spontaneous smile" G.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Glee Club '49, '50, Pep Club '50, journalism '49, Horizon Club '49, '50. JO REMSTER "Winsome and wise" Marching Band '49, '50, Pep Band '49, '50, Concert Band '49, '50, Choir '50, Orchestra '50, ,Ioumalism '49, Drama Club '49, Stenography Club '50, Entered from Brandon, Minn., '49, Honor Roll, Nat'l Honor Society '50. PAT RlAN "Triple Tonguing Tromlaonist" Marching Band '48, '49, '50, Pep Band '48, '49, '50, Concert Band '48, '49, '50, Orchestra '48, '49, '50, Intramural '48, '49, '50, Baseball '49, '50, Nat'l Athletic Honor Society '50, Choir '49, '50, Madrigals '49, Student Council '49, Trombone Quartet '49, '50, Civic Or- chestra '48, '49, '50, Homecoming King: "Cheerio, My Deario" '50, Representa- tive Senior, Nat'l Honor Society '50. MEREDITH ST. CLAIR "Cal of many notes" C.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Choir '48, '49, '50- Otter Staff '49, '50, Journalism '48i Library Club '48, '49, Pep Club '50, Speech '48, '49, Girls' Sextet '48, Girls' Quartet '49, '50, Student Council '50, Drama Club '48, '49, Horizon Club '49, "Cheerio, My Deario" '50, Honor Roll' Nat'l Honor Society '50. CHARLOTTE SACHS "Blond, beauty, and flash of mil" G.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Choir '49, '50, Chorus '48, Library Club '49, Pep Club '50, Speech '49, Junior Class Play, ,loumalism '48, '49, Drama Club '49, EUGENE SCI-IIVIIDT "Calm and carefree" Intramural '48, '49, '50. NANCY LEE SCHULZ "Always persistent" G.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Choir '49, '50, Otter Staff '49, '50, ,loumalism '48, Debate '49, Pep Club '50, Speech '50, junior Class Play, Drama Club '49, Horizon Club '49, '50, Stenography Club '50, Honor Roll, Nat'l Honor Society '50, PATRICIA SHA "BashfuI blond" Orchestra '48, '49, '50, Horizon Club '49, '50. ELAINE SHOL CDf0PPed7 DELPHINE SILBERNAGEL nsludious and intense" Choir '50, Culee Club '49, Chorus '48, Annual Staff '50, Pep Club '50, Hori- zon Club '49, '50, Honor Roll. ,as i s ,s sh ' 5 " " wi, 'ff T' Q 'If , , an ,aquar- J BEVERLY SCHEMPP 5 "Blond and bu.sinmlilge" 8, c..A.A. '48, '49, '50, cream. '48, '49, 9 ' "' '50, Annual Staff '50, Otter Staff '49, ' " "' E '50, journalism '48, Horizon Club '49, J "' ' '50, Stenography Club '50, Honor Roll, " Nat'I Honor Society '50. 3 y MARCELLA SCHMIDT "Quietly efficenl" Drama Club '49, 'al , , SHIRLEY SEELYE "Human, humorous" G.A.A. '49, '50, journalism '48, '49, , Pep Club '50, Drama Club '49, Horizon Club '49, '50, "chemo, My Dean-io" 4 M 554 ZW' 4 DARLYNE SHOL "Tall, dark, and talkative" Queen'a Attendant '48. DONN SIEMS "Bally over baseball" Choir '49, '50, Chorus '48, Otter Staff '49, '50, Joumalism '48, Speech '48, Intramural '48, '49, '50, Baseball '49, '50, "Cheerio, My Deario" '50, G-wth 64- LE ROY SKRIDEN "Miles of smiles" Football '49, Intramural '48, '49, '50, Baseball '49, '50. ONA ANN SKROVE "BulJlrling over with fun" Marching Band '49, '50, Concert Band '48, '49, '50, Orchestra '50, Choir '50, Glee Club '49, Library Club '48, Pep Club '50, Speech '49, Joumalism '48, '49, Drama '49, Horizon Club '49, Pep Band '50, C.A.A. '50. JANE SPRENCER "Spiril of sunshine" Speech '49, '50. BEVERLY STANLEY "Willing worker" Otter Staff '49, '50, Drama Club '49, .Ioumalism '48, ROBERT STEUSSY "Gallant Galahad" Football '48, '49, '50, Track '48, '49, lntramural '49, Golden Cloves Boxing. CERALDINE STOCK "Street and serious" Choir '50, Clee Club '49, Chorus '48, Speech '48, '49, Horizon Club '49, '50, Annual Staff '50, Nat'l Honor Society '50, Honor Roll, V.F.W. Award. CLENICE SUND "Cheerful and sweet" Concert Band '48, '49, '50, Marching Band '48, '49, '50, Horizon Club '49, '23, Clee Club '50, Stenography Club ,C We t , -Z, Salt' ffh ,, C " nr? N I S J 'M 6 f we fit, V Y f 4, ' 1 Ag' t -:Ja ,a 4 ii, ,swf J' ' xg ,-1v - 5 .. 7 ' J ' xml f 'af in fi 'ii .g lff ,fbi M 1:25-4:-f ' SHI", A' 'Ji GARY SPRANGER "Coffs gif! lo gals" Football '49, '50, Basketball '48, '49, '50, Track '48, '49, lntramural '49, CYRIL STADSVOLD "Ready with a helping hand" Annual Staff '50: Otter Staff '49, '50, journalism '48, Football '48, '49, '50, Basketball '49, Track '49, lntramural '23, '49, '50, Baseball '49, Drama Club BOB STANLEY 'Live and learn" JAMES STOCK "Dark and dashing" Entered from North Branch, Minn., '50. WALTER STOCK "Civ: me the simple life F.F.A. '48, '49, '50, Football '48, '49, lntramural '50, Speech '49. -1 MURIEL SWENSON "Big lzlue eyes" Choir '50, Glee Club '49, Chorus '43, Entered from Ashby, Minn,, '40. DAVID THOMPSON "Loyal and true Hue" F.F.A. '48, '49, '50, Marching Band '48, '49, '50: Concert Band '48, '49, '50, Orchestra '50, Track '49, Pep Band '50. VALERA TODAHL "Head in the clouds" G.A.A. '48, '49, Glee Club '50, Chorus '48, Pep Club '50, Journalism '49, Horizon Club '49, '50. WESLEY TORGERSON "Wordly mit" Choir '49, '50, Football '48, '49, '50, Intramural '49, '50, Drama Club '48, '49, Thespians '50, "The Torch-Bean ers." NIARLENE VIGER "Eye-catching cutie" Speech '48, '49, Drama Club '49, Hori- zon Club '49, '50. PATRICIA WALDHAM "Eyes and eyelashes" Choir '50, Glee Club '49. KAREN WEFALD "Sweet ana' petite" G.A.A. '48, '49, Glee Club '49, '50- a Otter Staff '49, '50, Pep Club '50, Library Club '48, '49, Speech '48, '49, journalism '48, Drama Club '49, Hori- zon Club '49, Entered from St. Louis Park, Minn., '48. ., ,'i,,'i9l.., E .:, , ,, 4' k . .,,. . L Q33 of 5 f - 5 - Q., 1 , 4 '. GEORGE THOMPSON "Motor-cycle meanderer" GORDON TOMHAVE "ShhhI l'm thinking" F.F.A. '48, '49, '50, Intramural '50, PRISCILLA VAN METER "Footloose and fancy free" G.A.A. '48, '49, Choir '49, '50, Chorus '48, Speech '48, 49, Drama Club '49, Horizon Club '49. JANE WADSWORTH "Wim, Wigor and Wadsworth" G.A.A. '48, '49, '50, G.A.A. Cabinet '48, Marching Bancl '48, '49, '50, Con- cert Band '48, '49, '50, Orchestra '50, Annual Staff '50, Thespians '49, '50: Otter Staff '50, Library Club '48, '49, Pep Club '50, Cheerleader '50, Speech '48, '49, '50, junior Class Play, Journal- ism '48, '49, Drama Club '48, '49, Hori- zon Club '49, "The Torch-Beaten", Nat'l Honor Society, "Cheerio, My Deario" '50. DONALD XVASI-IBURN "Fergu.s' football flash" Choir '48, '49, '50, Football '48, '49, '50, Basketball '48, Nat'l Athletic Honor Society '49, '50. BARBARA WELLBROCK "Fire bright lre.s.ses" Choir '50, Glee Club '49, Chorus '48, Thespian '49, '50, Speech '48, '49, '50, joumnlism '48, Drama Club '49, Hori- zon Club '49, '50, Declamation '48, '49, "The Torch-Bearersf' DAYLE WELLBROCK "Carefree and happy" Otter Staff '49, '50, Football '48, '49, Intramural '48, '49, '50. MARCELLA WENCIL "Radiant smile" Horizon Club '49, WALTER WILDUNG "Mr, Charm in person" Marching Band '49, '50, Thespianr '49, '50, Debate '49, '50, Speech '49, Junior Class Play, Concert Band '49, '50, "Cheerio, My Deario" '50. 2 L' C M. ' EQ gr A ,,.f, GORDON WELLBROCK ' . ' A " J "Capable Scholar" choir '48, '49, '50, Annual snff so Intramural '40, '49, '50, Clus Officer .,,.,,. Q ,483 Honor Roll. gr- ' l A 3 , ,zv EUGENE WETHINC - f , "Quick-mitted violinist" Orchestra '48, '49, '50, Otter Staff 49 ' 1 - si: we 1" '50, lntramural '48, '49, CIVIC Orchestra -K .50- JAMES ZIMMERMAN "Calm, cool, and confused Annual Staff '50, Football 48 49 Tracl: '49, '50, lntramural 48 49 50 journalism '48. QUILL AND SCROLL MEMBERS Elected March I, 1950 Dorothy Amoth Helen Bromberg Doris Deutschman Phyl Halverson Phyl Kvern David Lundeen Gene Messenger LaVonne Nord Bernice Nycklemoe Noel Olson Milt Papke Carrie Ann Reirson Nancy Schultz Meredith St. Clair Cyril Stadsvold Jane Wadsworth J' AN , V3l,6dlCt0I'l3H Salutatorian HONOR STUDENTS Back row: David Lundeen, Meredith St. Clair, Helen Bromberg, Gerry Stock, Delor- is ,Nelson, Gordon Olson. Middle row: Nancy Schulz,- Doris Deutschman, Beve1'ly Schempp, Phyllis Kvern, Marjorie Homann. Front row: Bernice Nycklemoe, Bev- erly Fletcher, Delphine Silbernagel, LeVonne Nord, Jo Remster, Darlene Nelson. -63- 'Cliff UNK BEVERLY FLETCHER Beverly has been very active throughout her high school years. Having participated in such organ- izations as choir and glee club, Annual staff, Honor Society, Stud- ent Council and many others, the class of '50 felt she deserved this honor. Congratulations, Bev! GENE MESSENGER Gene's main interest is sports, but the efficient way he accom- plishes any task given him made him a cinch as a choice as far as we, his fellow class members, are concerned. He was competent, re- liable and responsible. He ably managed the football team for the past three yearsg played basket- ballg toiled on both Otter and An- nual Staffs, and did a dozen other things well. And how handsome he was as a Homecoming attendant! BERNICE NYCKLEMOE The term, "music" and Bernice usually go hand in hand, for cer- tainly she has been a very busy girl in connection with any musical activity we could name. But her active participation in such affairs as class plays, Otter staff, G.A.A. and Honor groups made her a cer- tain selection for the Representa- tive Senior award. PAT RIAN Again, if we were to list all of Pat's achievements in the musical world it would take far more space than is allotted. We all know his abilities on the trombone and bari- tone. He is equally versatile in the fields of baseball, class plays or National Honor groups. He's our king and long live the king-say we! Bausch- Lomb Because of equal skill in science and mathematics, the Bausch-Lomb Award was given to two boys of outstanding abil- ity, Gordon Olson and David Lundeen. The most deserving boy and girl who excel in scholarship, courage, leadership, and loyalty, are presented the V.F.W-. Award. This year to the very deserving associate editors of the Annual, Gerry and Gordon, we are proud to present this award. WHT S D.A.R. For her exceptionally high standards of dependability, serv- ice, leadership, and ability, Helen was presented the highest tribute-given to any girl-the D.A.R. Award. Qcaticnnal Da Hauberg's Jewelry Barbara Wellbrock City Hall LeVonne Nord ,579 Dr- M- R- Wright South Mill Standard Service Lerwre Rlpka Richard Christopherson 4' if or ,, IQ V JUNIOR CLASS Class Officers Class Advisers Gerald Liedl-President My-5, Lillian Bechtel Jean Ann Dudgeon-Vice President Elizabeth Hartig John Bergerud-Treasurer Gertrude Larson Mary Gorton--Secretary Harriet Minor Student Council Members David Vigen Coral Collman Jeanne LeDue The juniors'-class of 'Sl-have proven themselves out- standing in many school activities. With their class play, "Best Foot Forward", they topped all previous classes in ticket sales. By proving their ability in dramatics, several were elected to the rank of Thespians. Representing the junior class at Homecoming were twc lovely queen's attendants-Phyllis Rix and Joan Blowers. The juniors were also stars in sports-both football ancl basketball. Jerry Liedl, Darryl Keuhnel, Roland Bromberg, ancl Gordon Bakken were just a few of the outstanding athletes. .- 72--1. ,J iii .S ' All-f' ,Qi 3 'fi SOPHOMORE CLASS Class Officers Class Advisers Charles Hyslop, President Donald Bolyard Shirley Jean Hanson, Vice President Ethpl Huseby Gloria Spranger, Secretary Mrs' Vera Haskell Bruce Halverson, Treasurer Mrs: Myrtle Eugen Student Council Members Jewell Lyngaas Mandelyn Engen Carol Anderson zmwuan it This year the sophomore class had two lovely attendants to the Homecoming queen, Phyllis Thom and Carol Ander- ' son. They also entered a float in the Homecoming parade and took part in various other school activities. s 9 L 4 3 I 4 President ...... Vice President .. . Secretary ...... Treasurer .... Mardonna Bartholet Junior Franklyn Schulz Pauline Nelson Lee Ann Irgens Janet Rosengren Officers l i l ' i U i l i i ' i . ltachel Vollbrecht Shirley Rindahl ...... John Rian Dale Larson Advisers Thelma Midthun High Student Council Kirby Greene Marjean Nord Allen Bjergo Donna Johnson FRESHMAN CLASS At the annual Homecoming festivities the freshman class placed first with its float. Shirley Slcrove and Colleen Torgusson were attendants to the queen. Early in November the class held their get-acquainted party. The theme was competitive games and stunts. Other highlights of the evening were movies, initiation of class officers, and refreshments. The freshman have put on plays for convocation and taken part in speech contests. They have also been active in athletics, chorus, band, orchestra, ancl G.A.A. EIGHTH GRADE SEVENTH GRADE ,W Algebra County Jail DOH WaShbuI'H Gerald Drews 1 QQ eg 3 , J , Powder Puff Donna Larson Marjorie Buchholz Penny's Charlene Fick, Jane Sprenger Telephone Co. Diane Bye, Elaine LaValley Marilyn Larson, Bette Olson Bristol's JoAnn Brevig Muriel Hanson Service Food David Johnson Otter Tail Power Co. Donald Adelsman, Cyril Stadsvold, Maurice Ness l l l r g - , X W X Otter Tail Power Co. Woolworth's Viola Nelson, Delphine Silbernagel, Bev- Arlene Anderson, Priscilla Van Meter, erly Fletcher, Harriet Lawrenson. Doris Hanson. Q ,X .4 QRK 0Her Tail Power Company Congratulations Class of 1950 P. H. GUST ELEVATORS Fergus Falls, Minnesota Dealer in Grain, Coal, Flour, Seeds, Feeds Feed Grindings, Mixings and Oat Hullings Compliments and Best Wishes of DEPARTMENT GI I STORE g dB tWh tth Cl f50 NORBY DEPARTMENT STORE ThH t IF 8' 8' BtWh th f 1950 ARNESON 8z LARSON ST CLAIR G a Cloth GUNDERSON C g A B. KILDE COMPANY C t 1 tions an es is es o e ass o ' " e ome of Na iona ly amous Lines" C atul t Con ratulations and es is es For e Class o O oo es and on ratulations, Seniors I Congratulations .... Seniors Printing - Stationery - Books VICTOR 8: LUNDEEN COMPANY D CO' Congratulations Prescription Specialties Complete Stocks of Drugs Gifts JEWELRY Cosmetics nov OISON MELoDY suori Congratulations I Class of '50 r All ' if ,759 A NORMANDY CAFE ff' W E 3 AND HOTEL X U Fergus Falls, Minnesota In M m. Ever .1 S elody Sho ll lr E 8 , Compliments of Cl-lRISTENSEN'S Sporting Goods 116 East Lincoln Avenue Fergus Falls, Minnesota Loans For Any Purpose COMMERCE LOAN CO. 203112 West Lincoln Avenue Congratulations to the Class of 1950 FERGUS FALLS CLINIC Congratulations, Class of '50 FERGUS ELECTRIC, INC. Electrical Contracting Appliances Fergus Falls, Minnesota ll4 East Lincoln Phone 757 BEALL 8: McGOWAN CO. Wholesale Grocers "When you buy your BEST girl That box of Chocolates, Insist on the Best . . . SCHRAFFT 'S CHOCOLATESH BEALL 8: McGOWAN CO. Congratulations RED RIVER MILLING COMPANY LEIDALS J EWELERS Hamilton - Elgin - Waltham Gruen - Longines Watches I03 West Lincoln Avenue Compliments of SKYLINE CAFE lvm sage-1, Mgr. OXLEY 8: SONS STUDIO Portrait and Commercial Photography I Congratulations I LAKE REGION I MOTOR CO. FORD DEALER Congratulations, Seniors HOLTEN HARDWARE Congratulations, Seniors from F RANKOVIZ HARDWARE CO. Best Wishes to the Class of 1950 HOFF and KINNE lntematiomal Harvester Dealer l l With Our Best Wishes For Your Future GILLESPIE SHOE CO. For Service and Quality Across From Fergus Theatre Compliments of Congratulations FERGUS LUMBER MAID-RITE 109 North union and FUEL CO. . SWEET SHOP Lumber - Bmlder's Hardware Paintmd Cod 110 Noah Min Congratulations, Seniors OLSON AUTO ELECTRIC Specialized Service and Parts Carburetors - Generators - Starters IZ! Cavour Avenue West Phone 2869 Congratulations F REES CLEANERS ESTREM CLINIC C. O. Estrem, NLD. E. A. Heiberg, M G. Mouritenson, M.D. C. Lund, Nl D R. D. Estrem, NLD. ' R. L. Estrem, Nl D Rolf Daehiin, NLD. Phone 559 106 South Union Aven Compliments of SKOGMO CAFE Where It's a Treat to Eat Congratulations, Seniors EAT MORE CAFE Congratulations and Continued Success F ERGUS BOWLING I I5 East Lincoln Alvina and Jerry Melby, Props. Orville J. Ross Ray Lund our Compliments Congratulations to the and Class of '50 Best Wishes UGEBLAD FERGUS CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY PUBLISHING CO. Printers and Publishers Fergus Falls, Minnesota Dial 2364 Congratulations and Best Wishes Greetings From J. C. PENNY COMPANY Dry Floods - Clothing - Shoes The Store for All the Family ROVANG'S JEWELRY MINES' Fergus Falls, Minnesota PHOTO SERVICE Phone 85 5 Evenings 2 7 7 3 Fergus Falls, Minnesota CONC' RATULATIONS THE CLASS OF 1950 I To Printed by Church lithograph lnc. - gf, - FERGUS PLUMBING 8: HEATING R. S. FLEMING Fergus Falls, Minnesota Congratulations Seniors Good Luck to the Class of I950 DR. H. A. ANDERSON, D.D.S. Greetings, Seniors The Best of Wishes to the Class of '50 NORTHWESTERN SASH Q DOOR CO Congratulations, Seniors 7-0 SERVICE SERVICE 'FOOD PIl0lle 3541 Congratulations Congratulations, Seniors from WAYLANDER SIGELMAN HIDE 8: FUR Good Luck, Seniors DALSEG PHOTO SERVICE CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Congratulations to the Seniors BOEN BROS. Goocl Luck, Seniors, 1950 BOE'S IMPLEMENT CO. Congratulations, Seniors A. A. VOLLBRECHT 106 West Court Street HORD'S READY-TO-WEAR Juniors and Ladies Coats and Dresses Congratulations, Seniors O'l'l'ER TAIL CO-OP OILS, INC. Congratulations SKOGMO MOTOR INC. 121 West Washington Avenue Dodge - Plymouth Congratulations, Seniors CITY CAB CO. INC. A Friendly Service Organization 118 North Court Street GENERAL SUPPLY COMPANY Fergus Falls, Minnesota ALEX FREEDLAND AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate APPLIANCES , , Telephone 2541 201 West Lincoln 12 Manhatten 1fu'1d"'g The Store of Public serviee Fergus Falls, Mmm-owl Good Luck, Seniors Congratulations DR. V. J. EASTMAN 1 RUNNINGENS CAFE DENTIST Good Luck, Seniors .IOE BURRIS USED 8: NEW CARS We Wish You Success CO-OP GROCERY We Aim to Please JOHNSON BARBER SHOP Compliments of BENSON-GOSLEE MORTUARY Compliments of LAMPERT LUMBER CO. FOSS-WELANDER, JEWELERS Diamonds - Watches - Repairing 114 East Lincoln Avenue Fergus Falls Compliments of FERGUS DAIRY CHARLES MALMSTROM Shoe Doctor 212 Lincoln Avenue West Fergus Falls, Minnesota Success to the Class of l950 CARISON FURNITURE Best Wishes FOSMOE SHOE FIX Best of Luck TOWN dz COUNTRY DAIRIES 317 West Lincoln Dial 2727 THE BIBLE BOOK AND GIFT STORE Lincoln Avenue West Best of Luck LES TIRE SHOP Compliments DESOTO CREAMERY AND PRODUCE COMPANY FERGUS FLORAL COMPANY Flowers for All Occasions Congratulations, Seniors A. A. KRONEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY "'-- nlillwl i 188- 1 I-' .,fzr:, v 4 1 - .V f, T ER J. ,, 1 . ,... Q ' 1 . 423,- x V .L -1 ., ,g :- xw... 4 ' . ,A .-fvw i hi u.,.N L I 5 .. r 4, ,QL Q -7 'W' wg iii ' - " W " SQ , 1 . Q 'K tl I 'ix .. 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