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

 - Class of 1951

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J rm 1 v R 4 ,k ? X 1 n , W M M kj EQ UQ- WX wr 3 'X' . xx 3 xv Q Pxgxu XQQ X0 -Ng XJ QQ .f :gf P7 v 'Y J xr Y- T X5 THE UTTERTALES 0F 51 iii iii W i L In Bi!! ' r' The picture at the right is the tentative plan ofthe new Fergus Falls Senior High School Building. Acknowledgement - MR. .HM RAINES, Photographer 2 A, W..f"'fN,N7LI Published By THE SENIOR CLASS of the FERGUS FALLS HIGH SCHOOL FERGIJS FALLS MINNESOTA N. O VX. aN,!1f MJUX. - I' ' ,X , A -,X J 0 1 PROPOSED HIGH SCHOOL FOR FERGUS FALLS LONG AND THORSHOV, INC. ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS uk ' EQQE' BUILDING Fon W Q Y Fl ,ml ,I I K ' N f ii T THE ti T 1 W .ij X 4 jx ti 1 ' D 4 u ff TQ J fy PTA PARENTS CITIZENS TEACHERS SCHOOLBOARD ADMINISTRATIQN Dedicated To - Our Administration, our School Board, and all citizens of our commun ty h h g their time and efforts to improving educational opportunities for Youth. ADMINISTRATION xm3 4b I 0 0 4? Y XX qw O7 L. E. Wermager Superintendent of Schools cond half of the 20th cen- tury. Some dismal signs appear on the horizon to keep n.an in fear of his future. appear to make us realize that we are living in a most challenging and eventful ag lenge of unlimited opportunities. Age sees largely the past and what might have been. Your annual is a picture story for mankind which shows promise for the futur of the past year you have r Congratulations upon a iob world when the forces of naked aggression are brazenly defying our sense of values we need to strengthen and defend our heritage of only through strong, free individuals. The free countries place their faith in an enlight- ened God-fearing populace. Democracy demands good education today more than ever before and it will demand more from you than ever before. l am sure you will meet the challenge. My best wishes gowith you. Some bright signs also e. Youth faces the chal- e. In this school history ecorded your experiences. well done. ln our present freedom. We can do that L. E. Wermager Superintendent of Schools lv", gift? ,J ' School Board: Dr. Carl J. Lund, R. M. St. Clair, John J. Svenneby, Supt. L. Wermager, John Dieseth, Reno Mittelstadt, A. A. Vollbrecht The community has expressed its confidence in our American way of life by providing the necessary funds for better educational facilities and an expanded pro- gram of studies. This should give an increased in- centive and challenge to all of us to develop our abilities to their fullest extent. Our crucial times demand that we build - build solidly, progressively, earnestly, educationally, morally and socially so that we will be able to establish a nation of strong individ- uals whowill be able to stand together to meet present and future local, national and world problems. Edward W. Bechtel Principal 6 Edward W. Bechtel Principal SENIOR HIGH fl Mlm FRANCIS HALLER Secretary to Superintendent Secretary' fo PVIVICIPUI BEVERLY SWENSON wif' ELIZABETH HARTIG MARGARET SCHULTZ English xll English Xl Annual Advisor B. S. University of Minnesota B. S. University of Minnesota . MY niet" ' , r, ff'i1" 1 Q . AqV MILDRED MARKS Secretary to Coord i nafor KATHRYN SCHULTZ English X Junior Class Play B. A. Concordia College 5? rg BEVERLY SEASHORE GLADYS MOONEY English X Librarian One., Advlsor B. A. Hamline University GERTRUDE LARSON Librarian B. S. I,-'niversity of Minnesota 1 em 1. YS 5 Q HQ' A ' ieii il 3 LILUAN BECHTEL CLAYTON HAlJ JOHN OHLES Social Science American History Modern History S. St. Cloud Teachers' College B. S. University of Minnesota B. A. Gustavus fldolphus EARL ENGAN PAUL ANDERSON THOMAS MORTENSON Chemistry Biology Bookkeeping Phvm U. 5. Gustavus Adoiphus S2Zf1f:'rEl:'ZSIQ,'f:3s B. A. Augs burg li. St. Cloud Teachers' College DONALD BOLYARD HARRIET MINOR VERA HASKELL Business Principles and Law German Qeometry - Higher Algebra - Debate Latin Solid Geometry and Trigonometry American and Modern Hlsfory B-A' - S.L.A. University of ILA. Carlton College B. A. Concordia Minnesota Z W, M, .tr 0? v :- 15? AL LETICH NORMAN GALLOWAY HAROLD YOUNGHANS Athletic Director Football Coach Physical Education - Grades Basketball Study Hall Study Holl Study Hal' B. S. Bemidji Teachers' College B. S. University of Minnesota B. S. University of North Dakota If all ill RUTH McKAY JOHN HERMES HILMAN ENGQUIST Girls' Physical Education Physical Education Industrial Arts B. S. St. Cloud Teachers' College B. E. Moorhead State Teachers' St. Cloud Teachers' College College :QM E. J. HALVORSON FRANK HEDLUND CONRAD BLEGSTAD Vocational Agriculture Band Choir, Chorus Orchestra Glee Club B. S. Iowa State B. S. University of Minnesota B. A. Luther College mo RUSSELL WASHBURN Coordinator Related Subiects U. S. Iowa State M. A. University of Iowa V 5 5 GRACE HALCROW Economic Geography Typing Bookkeeping B. A. Mayville Teachers' College BARBARA HANSON Home Economics B. S. University of Minnesota ETHEL HUSEBY Sfenography l 81 ll B. S. University of Minnesota JEAN DILLMAN Home Economics - Food Dept. B. Stout Institute IO BERNICE HEDLUND Typing Music B. S. University of Minnesota 'EQ' Rio. Wm Wm Wm WH! ,mf wwwmihhkw M N-0 1"':",."NM ,,..f ., :.j- ', 'I 4 A ,I .L -Mg s A .. ..:::: .t-A -- H .af A - . 5 V' .:t" :f .,.. ' Q , AUDRIE BUTTK E Home Economics - Clothing li. A. Concordia College CONSTANCE ROSTAD School Nurse Concordia College Fairview Hospital JUNIOR HIGH qw' ALLIE V. MITCHELL Junior High Principal DARLENE MISKA Secretary to Principal B. A. and b. L. A. ly! P arson's College, Iowa if", 'V .x AM W' 4: .1 'lf ,,,,. rf ,ff "'i I ,.- I GENEVA STEGNER Music, Chorus 11. A. sr. Olaf NELS BRUDVIG Industrial Arts li. A. Luther College A l . I f 'i -El., 9 1 'H-iw... , ..i. , .,.. . Et V xi ..i.i?"fV 54 2- If Ev '- I lvll A ilk A A Qu + "1 5:, v, lr 4 , Q, HL f1i.L.44.,g,4:. A g. . .,..., :,.: Z , ,,-- Y i W .. TH ELMA MIDTHUN English IX Speech B.A. University of North Dakota ff, 0 if J .Ll C. O. BARSNESS General Science IX Driver's Training B. A. Concordia College i FRANCES FOLGER English viii B. S. Moorhead State Teachers' College EVANGELINE QUAM Engl ish IX Speech B.A. Concordia College MAE PEARSON English VII Adv. St. Cloud Teachers' College' Wax, W. 1! ,,, JOYCE BENSON Social Science Spelling English VII U. rl. famestown College EN SCHLICHT Business Math Business Relations Easf European Hisiory St. Cloud Teachers? College IVAN CAMRUD JOE FORMICK Social Science Art Slglllgrapiilirrfe E. Moorhead Teachers' College B. A. Concordia College X MAR DONNA BARTHOLET General Business East European Hisfory GWENDOLYN LOVERING Social Science VIII B. E..St. Cloud Teachers' College B. S. University of Minnesota in KH, f HQ if f . Juv? f 1 f 1' " 5- X. I ' X 3 J 59 ,, 1 . X Af ' Q 1 k Q ,-2 Q. 1 fn ' ' ,A S gg, ,Q grim , , , 4- M Qilkx ' ,K Je' T 45' , ...I .S j V x FRANKLIN JOHVNSON HAZEL. ELLENSON AGNES ENGQUIST Algebra IX Mathematics VIII Mathematics VIII B. fl. Concordia College Moorhead State Teachers' College Moorhead State Teachers' College ,-51j'ff'fi 5155-:1':, . ' . I E: 2 ee 2' K ., W. J. WICKLUND General Science Spelling VIII ww l -K 8? .E 'ffm -v', I Q5 Y .. 1 1. K if j :Iv is V"',P, my . , N? gl QQ 1 4 f ", 7 MQ, " sg W' ' 'ire W ff 1 1 , L 2 , Q. , .2 fir, I if in . l ga f Q1 H- ps . , ... Q 31 . fm PERNELL PE ERSON Geography, Science Mathematics Vll B. A. Gustavus Adolphus College U. S. Moorhead Teachers' College Custodians: Charles Burmeister, Martin G. Soure, Alvin Gess, Herbert Steinbach, Alfred Svenneby. 5 Hot Lunch Program: Mrs. Dorothy 13 Neuleila, Mrs. Nellie Moebius. QUEEN'S ATT ENDANTS: Seniors: Gail Halverson and Joan Gust. Juniors: Jeanette Jacobson and Maureen Bergerud. Sophomores: Norma Larson and Shirley Rindahl. Freshmen: Joyce Nelson and Louise Jacobson. Eighth grade: Katherine Cole. Seventh grade: Jo Ann Vore. Crownbearers: Kay Campbell and David Peterson. K ING'S ATTENDANTS: Gordon Bakken and Duane Stich. With the slogan HK. O. Fargo" school spirit in Fergus Falls was flying high. Even though the day was rainy and cloudy and floats faded while on parade, high spirits pre- vailed all day and led to a victory over Fargo 4l-l2. The customary ceremony was held in the morning with Becky Pederson as mistress of ceremonies. Coral Collman was crowned queen and David Vigen king. The day's festivities ended with a party at the Elks. n ld M 'f , , . WA .W .- M. . ,-.1 1 214152 gh .fkfigafi Zin '91 U i R we ' .5534 x df- Ax 2 QM L Q 5 5' if ,f my 5 , , , Y K wi 33 Q' Q 2 QW' ,MVN Mkmnmam v 'WQQ ,S . 4 : 'f i S ni SCHOOL CALENDAR 1950-1951 Sept. 5 - 28 29 Oct. 17 19 Nov. 2-3-4 3 6 10 17-18 21 23-24 25 29 Dec. 6 15 18 22 Jan. 8 16 19 School Opens Howard Cleaves - Lyceum Homecoming - Fargo "K.O. Fargo" Fergus - the Winnahl Successful voting ot school site William Wallace - Lyceum M.E.A. Last football game "The Minnesotans" -Lyceum St. Olaf Orchestra Junior Class Play "Little Women" Congratulations Juniors! Choir Concert Thanksgiving vacation First Basketball Game Glen Morris - Lyceum lnstrumental Concert Goodman and Calloway - Lyceum Christmas Concert Christmas vacation begins School resumed HO-hum! Jesse Phillips Robertson - Lyceum End of 3rd six weeks 16 Feb. 2 10 16 23-24 Mar. 5 8- 9 13 14 15-16-17 18-24 30 Apr. 20-21 26 27-28 May 5 9 25-29 27 31 June 1 4- 5 5 27-28-29 Carl Josephs - Lyceum State Debate Meet Last Basketball game Thespian Play Roy Mayer - Lyceum Regional Basketball State Speech Festival One-Act Plays - Detroit Lakes State Basketball Easter Vacation Vocal Concert Senior Class Play Jean Holander - Lyceum Music Festival Junior-Senior Banquet lnstrumental Concert Final Exams Baccalaureate Commencement School Closes State Tennis Meet State Track and Golf Meet State Baseball Meet SENICRS 43,6 W' CX5 Q20 ofgigiaoxx CLASS OF '51 Ll. 4 60"-,o 4,1 L g5'IQ. 4153 A Co NMECQ of' QV 6 ly 'lo S' C O '1- vfx' V541 CP I8 4'-44, it l -:i ' -V X an I vm lr A 1 5 if 5 iw ff 591 Qikqq An admit to class" ANDERSON, AUDREY Glee Club 50, 51, Jr. Red Cross Council 51. AUNE, GORDON F.F.A. 48, Wrestling 51. BAKKEN, GORDON Basketball 48, 49, Letter 50, 51, Track 48, 49, Foot- ball 48, 49, 50, Tennis 515 King's attendant 51. BERG, ANABEL G.A.A. 49, 505 Pep club 515 Journalism 49, 50. ANDERSON, VIVIAN Band-concert 48, 49, 50, 515 Band-marching 49, 50, 51, Band-pep 50, 51, Glee club 51, G.A.A. 48, 49, 50, 515 Sec. of tomorrow 51. BAKER, JEAN Concert band 49, 50, 515 Marching band 49, 50, 515 Pep band 50, 515 Orchestra 50, 51, Choir 49, 50, 515 Chorus 48, Girl's Double Octet 505 Student director "Best Foot Forward", Ot- ter Staff 49, 505 Annual Ed- itor 515 National Honor So- ciety 50, 515 G.A.A. 48, 49, 50, 515 Speech 48, 49 50, 515 Journalism 48, 49, 'lilies- pians 50, 51. BARTLETT, SHIRLEY BERG, DONALD lntermural 51. -i. ri 1 1 5 Bausch-Lomb Candidate, it BERG, JOYCE Glee club 50. BERGESON, BETTE Glee club 48, 49, 50, 51. BRADEHOFT, CHARLES BROMBERG, ROLAND Football 48, 49, Letter 50, 51, Basketball 48, 49 50, 51, Letter 50, 51, Track 49, 50, Sl, Otter staff 50, Sl, Baseball 48, 49, 51, Speech 48, Journalism 49, Junior play "Best Foot Forward", National Athlet- ic Honol Society 50, 51, Thespians 50, 51, Vice- President National Ath- letic Honor Society. BERGERUD, JOHN Chorus 48, Choir 49, 50, 51, Jr. Class Treasurer 50, An- nual Staff 51, Debate 49' I Track 49, Golf 51. BOROWSKI, LAVONNE Concert band 51, Speech 49, Marching band 51, Li- brary club 50, 51. BRAGER, LOANNE Transferred from Rothsay, Concert band 51, Orchestra 51, Marching band 51, Declam Sl, Trombone quar- tet 5'l. BROWN, JEAN Glee club 51. Jerry Liedl" ' ll: Q xl xr -sb INN, , X , 2 5 Q l 0 , x 9 9 F4 'A to Qi ' if 20 ii XX I 5 , 2' f il 6 "Will accept no excuses for late themes" 1 'Q Y mg if 1 L wiki ' V iii., ix , Q vt BURAU, GERALD Marching bancl515 Pep band 515 Concert band 50, 515 Choir 50, 515 lntramural 50, 51. BUTLER, JEANETTE Chorus 485 Choir 50, 515 Glee club 495 G.A.A. 48, 49 50, 515 Speech 48, 495 Lihrary club 505 Pep club 505 Journalism 495 Sec. of tomorrow 51. CICHY, DOROTHY Transferred from Brandon5 Library club 50, 515 Sec. of tomorrow 51. COLLMAN, CORAL Marching band 49, 50, 515 Concert band 48-515 Pep band 49, 50, 515 Orchestra 48-515 Glee club 495 Choir 50, 515 Girls double octet 505 String trio 505 Sec. 515 Annual 515 Jr. play 505 G.A.A. 495 Speech 48-515 Journalism 495 Student coun- cil 505 Red Cross council 50, 515 Homecoming queen 515 Civic orchestra 49, 50, 515 Trombone quartet 49, 50, 515 Thespian 515 Thes- pian play 51. BURRIS, DARROLD Concert band 48, 49, 50, 515 Marching band 49, 50, 515 Pep band 50, 515 Choir 50, 515 Tennis 51. CHERRY, DICK Annual staff 515 Wrestling 515 lntramural 51. CLAUSEN, JOYCE Concert band 48, 49, 50, 515 Marching band 49, 50, 515 Pep band 50, 515 Choir 50, 515 Glee club 495 Girls uartet 515 Double octet 505 Otter staff 515 Annual 515 Journalism 505 Sec. of tomorrow 515 Speech 48, 49. DAHLEN, DAVID F.F.A. 48, 49, 50, 51. 'dl-1,1131 F Z , V39 1 X A f 5 'W A, Q 5-f -9 5 K 8 .Y 1 5 lx we W5 5 X. Eh L1 4 I N worms will get 'em DANIELSON, P EGGY DENBROOK, ARLENE Speech 485 Glee club 48, 49, Choir 50,515 Journalism 50, Otter staff 515 Library club 50, 515 Sec. of tomor- row 51. DRAKE, KATHRYN Glee club 48, 49, 50, 515 Otter staff 50, 51, G.A.A. 49, 50, Annual 51, Speech 48, 49, Library club 50, 51, Journalism 495 Pep club501 Student council 51. DUDGEON JEAN ANN Thespian play 51' Chorus 48' Choir 49 50 51' Sextet 48' Double octet50' Quartet - Nancy 48- G. 4 Jr play Best oot Forward 50 Vice pres 50 Annual 51' Speech 48 49 51 Journalism 49 Thespl ans 50 51 ff J' x 21? DAVIS, JIM Choir 48, 49, 50, 515 Otter staff 50, Wrestling 51, Jour- nalism 491 Intramural 49, 50, 51. DIMKE, KENNETH Intramural 49, 515 Baseball SI. DRECHSEL, LESTER Football 48, 49, Letter 50, 51, Basketball 48, 49, 505 Letter 51, Track 48, 515 National Athletic Honor So- ciety 51. ECKLEY, ROBERT F.F.A. 48 49, 50, 51, Band 48 49. 511 " " ,' A.A. 1 "f': .,,: sf .f' F . ! Q59 4 f 4 1 .'Wear out? Neverl The X if I fi 515555 r GM' fl 152 "Sixth Hour Social--Nuff Said" ELTON, BURNHAM Concert Band 48,49,50,515 Marching Band 48,49,50,515 Jr. Play 505 National Ath- letic Honor Society 50,515 Speech 485 Thespians 50,515 play 505 Student Council 485 Red Cross Council 48,49,50, 515 Cheerleader 505 Foot- ball 475 Letter 48,50,515 Basketball 495 Track 49,515 Tumbling495 Thes ian play 515 Student mgr. ol, football team 495 Debate 50,51. FORMO, MAVIS GERHARDSON, RUDOLPH GUDDING, JULIAN ESTENSON, VIRGIL Cheerleader 515 intramural 49,50,515 Speech 485 Track 515 Wrestling 51. GERHARDSON, CARROLL Football 495 Letter 50,515 Intramural 49,50,515 Na- tional Athletic Honor Soci- ety 51. GORTON, MARY Choir 50, 515 Glee club 48, 495 Class 505 National Honor Society 50, 515 GAA 485 Sec. of Tomorrow 515 Student Council 495 Debate 515 Annual 51. GULBRANSON, JAMES Basketball 495 Intramural Choir 48, 49, 50, 515 Intra- 48, 49, 50, 515 Golf, Letter mural 48, 495 Speech 49. 48, 49, 50, 51. GUST, JOAN Concert Band 48, 49, 50, Sl, Marching Band 49, 50, 51, Pep Band 50, Sl, Choir 48, 49, 50, 51, Sextet 48, 51, Double Octet 50, GAA 51, Speech 43, Pep club 5'l, Homecoming attendant. HAl.voRsoN, JANE Glee club 48, 49, so, 51. HANSEL, ROSEMARY Concert band 50,515 March- ing band 50, Sl, Choir 48, 50, 51, Sextet 51, Speech 49, Pep club 50. HAUGAN, KENNETH HALVORSON, GAIL fDroppedl HALVORSON, ROGER HANSON, GORDON Football, Letter 50, 51, Baseball 5 li Track 48, 49, Letter 50, Sl, Wrest- ling 51, Intramural 48, 49, 50, 51, Cheerleader Sl. HAUGE, DARLENE Library Club 50, Sl. - ..-..,- gn 4-nhl v . N- C ,Q I -gl' b -Q xy-72? .. . . . I LU, 7 X gatlvlty--Extra-C urr IC u- 3 A 'I+-le Q I 'S' m y 4 if uwwk .. E 2 C P t Egg-.5 ,T I Q ' 1,1 ,il Q Q N , 2'1--, -..4f.,,,, gg 0' 'Q P me ix 19 ,Z '--:: if f ,Zia an in 2 fig? , 4 gi K ztl ,iz X, 13 , Q "Last day for Annual sub- scriptions" HAUKOS, ARDIS Otter staff S0, Sl, Annual Sl, GAA 49, S0, Sl, Pep club 50, Speech 48, Library club SO, Sl, Journalism 49. HENSCH, JEANNE Concert band 48, 49, SO, Sl. Marching band 49, 50, Sl. Pep band SO, Glee club SO, Trombone quartet Sl, Girls Sextet 51, Junior play "Best Foot Forward" SO, Otter staff 50, Sl, GAA 48, 49, SO, Sl, Declamation 48, 49, 50, Pep club 49, Jour- nalism 49, Thespians 50, Sl, Cheerleader Sl, "Nan- cy" 48, Thespian play "Double Door" Sl. HOLMES, JACK HEIBERG, DAVE Choir 48, 49, SO, Sl, lntra- mural Sl. HOLBECK, GORDON Intramural 49, S0, Sl, Or- chestra 48, 49, S0, Sl, Otter staff 50, Sl, Choir 48, 49, 50, Sl, Speech 48, 49, SO, Sl, Journalism 49. HOLTEN, LEROY Concert band 48, 49, 50, Sl, FFA 48, Football 48, 49, Letter SO, Intramural Basketball 49, SO, Sl, Bas- ketball 48, Wrestling Sl. HOVERMAN, CONNIE Choir SO, Sl, Glee club 49, Class treasurer 51, Otter staff Sl, Speech 48, 49, Library club SO, Sl, Jour- nalism 50, Sextet Sl. HOVLUND,JUNE Glee club 48, 49, 50, Sl, GAA 49, Pep club 50. ai 8 l , . -f 2. ., WD J . Z: "An English student--mo- tivatecl by Miss Schultz" JENSEN, ROBERT Track 48, Concert band 49, 50, 51, Junior class play "Best Foot Forward" 50, Thespians 49, 50, Marching bond 49, 50, 51, Chorus 50, Speech 49, Thespian play "Double Door" 51. JOHNSON, BLANCHE Library club 50, 51, Sec. of Tomorrow 51. JOHNSON, SHIRLEY Speech 48, Library club 50, 51, Sec. of Tomorrow 51. JOHNSON, WARREN FFA 49, 50, 51. N 54 3 li H191 ln? H-V ,jpg " Q 1 ll ' ,e M 9' X3 26 JENSEN, VIVIAN Concert band 50, 515 March- ing band 49, 50, 51, Pep band 50, 515 Orchestra 51, Choir 48, 50, 51, Glee club 49, Girls Double Octet 50, Speech 48, 51. JOHNSON, JOYCE Glee club 49, 50 51: Cho- rus 48, on., mfr so, GAA 48, 49, 50, 51, Library club 50, Pep club 50, 51, Jour- nalism 49, Red Cross Coun- cil 51, Cheerleeder 50. JoHNsoN THOMAS FFA 48, Football 48, Track 49, Intramural 48, 49, 50. KASTELLE, RUSS Basketball 49, Football 48, 49, Wrestling 51, Intramural 49, 50. ,L 5. E ::,., 5"'.:--::' ' Ev, XE. 3 is "Award Day for the Norm-- men" KEANE, VIRGINIA Chorus 48, Glee club 49, 50, 51, Otter staff 50, 51, GAA 48, 49, 50, Speech 48, 49, Journalism 49. KLlNNERT, ANGELA Glee club 50, 51, GAA 51, Pep club 50, 51. KRAUSE, DONALD Speech 48, 49, Journalism 48, 49, Tennis 51, Base- ball 51, Intramural 48, 49, 50, 51, Football 48, Debate 51. KVERN, MARILYN Marching band 49, 50, 51, Concert band 48-51, Pep band 50, 51, Orchestra 50, 51, Choir 49, 50, 51, Cho- rus 48, Jr. play 50, Class Sec. 49, Otter staff 50, 51, Annual 51, GAA 48, 49, 50, 51, Speech 48, "Nancy" 48, Journalism 49, Thes- pians 50, 51, Student coun- cil 48, Homecoming Attend- ant, Thespian play "Double Door" 51. KINNE, JAY Choir 48, 49, 50, 51, Quar- tet 48, Junior class play "Best Foot Forward" 50, Speech 50 51, Football 49, Basketball 48, 49, Tennis 50, 51, Debate 51. KNOPP, DUAINE Football 49, Letter 50, 51, Wrestling 51, Track 49, 50, 51. KUEHNEL, DARELL Concert band 48, 49, 50, 51, Marching band 48, 49, Choir 48, 49, 50, 51, Quar- tet 48, 51, Class officer 49, Pres., Annual 51, Stu- dent council 48, Football 48, 49, Letter 50, 51, Bas- ketball 48, 49, Letter 50, 51, Track 49, 50, 51. LARSON, DONNA Concert band 49, 50, 51, Marching 49, 50, 51, Pep band 51, Glee club 48, 49, 50, 51,GAA 50, 51, Library club 50, 51, Pe club 51, Journalism 49, Red Cross council 51. LARSON, PETER Concert band 48, 49, 50, 51, Marching band 49, 50, 51. Pep band 51. LEE, NEIL Choir 49, 50, 51, Chorus 48, Boys quartet 49, Stu- dent council 48, 49, Intra- mural 51. LIEDL, GERALD Choir 48, 49, 50, 51, Jr. play "Best Foot Forward" 50, Class Pres. 48, 50, An- nual 51, National Ath. Honor Soc. 50, 51, Thespians 51, Student council 49, Basket- ball 48, 49, 50, Letter 51, Football 48, Letter 49, 50, 51, Track 49, Letter 50. LISTOE, BRUCE Editor of Otter 51, Otter staff 50, National Honor Society 50, 51, Speech 50, 51, Journalism 48, Student Council Pres. 51, Debate 50, 51. iw? Vihen 90 to be Prlncl vi "rl" LEDUE, JEANNE Concert band 48, 49, 50, 51. Marching band 49, 50, 51. Pep band 50, 51, Or- chestra 48, 50, 51, Choir 51, Chorus 48, Glee club 50, French horn quartet 51, "Nancy" 48, Annual 51, GAA 48, 49, 50, 51, Speech 48, 49, Sec. of Tomorrow 51, Student council 50. LEIDAL, CHARLES Concert band 48, 49, ,50, 51, Marching band 49, 50, 51, Pep band, 50, 51, Speech 49. LI EN, SYLVAN LOGAS, GL EN c - 'X ..u , lax lg le., Sl' 1 111 va 32 ,I and l ::, W , .5 4 Q ,, . 1. Ave...- "Don't tell a soul--it's scoop for the Otter" LOOMER JACQUELYN Glee club 49, 50, 515 Sec. of Tomorrow 515 Speech 48. LOOMER, LEAH Glee club 515 Class vice pres. 515 GAA 50, 515 Speech 48, 49, 515 Pep club 515 Red Cross Council 51. LUEBKE, HAROLD FFA 48, 49, 505 Track 505 Wrestling. LOOMER, LAWRENCE Football 48, 505 Track 49, 505 FFA 48. LOOMER, RICHARD Football 495 Wrestling 51. MAAHS, ALFRED Class Treas. 495 Intramural 48, 49, 50, 515 Stage Mgr., "Best Foot Forward" so: Thespians 515 Thespian play, "Double Door" 51. MATCl'llNSKY, DOROTHY Choir48, 49, 50, 515Speech 485 Sec. of Tomorrow 50. MESNA, WILLARD Concert Band 48,49,50,515 Marching Band 49,505 Pep Band 505 Choir 48,49,50,515 Quartet 48,505 Class play "Best Foot Forward" Na- tional Athletic Honor Soci- ety 515 Football 48,49,505 Letter 515 Basketball 48,49, 50,515 Letter 515 Baseball 48,49,50,515 Track48,495 Speech 50,51. MILLER, ARL ENE Speech 48. MILLE R, MARLYS MONSON, GRETCHEN Concert Band 48-515 March- ing Band 49,50,515 Pep Band 50,515 Choir 49,50,515 Chorus 485 Double Octet5 Otter Staff 50,515 GAA 48, 49,50 515 T rip l e Trio 515 Red Cross Council 50,515 Girls' State5 rep. GAA Cabinet Speech 48, 50, 515 Pep Club 50, 515 Journal- ism 49. NAEGEL.l, FAITH Orchestra 48,49,5O,515 Glee club 49,51, GAA 4a,49,so, 515 Speech 48,495 Sec. of Tomorrow 515 Chorus 485 Civic Orchestra 50,51. 17 4 , fi X "Gay young thing cramming for a test" gd .: MILLER JOYCE Concert Band 48,49,5O,515 Marching Band 49,50,515 Pep Band 50,515 Orchestra 48,49,5O,515 C hoir 50,515 Glee Club48,495 Chorus 485 Woodwind Quartett 50,515 Annual Staff515 GAA 49,50, 515 Sec. of Tomorrow 515 Civic Orchestra 515 Small singing group 51. MILLER, ROBERT FFA 48,50,515 Student Council 48. MONSON, NORMAN Football 485 Track 495Base- ball 51. NELSON, DONALD Orchestra 48,49,5O,515 Choir 48,49,5O,515 Intramu- ral 49,50, 51. L. E L , , ,.' , -- J i 'ZIV -5- GN' NEULEIB, MARGARET Sec. of Tomorrow 51. NORBY, LARRY Concert Band 48, 495 March- ing Band 495 Choir485 Otter Staff 495 Annual Staff 505 Football 505 Letter 515 Bas- ketball 495 Intramural 49, 50, 515 Thespian ploy "Double Door" 51. OLESON, CLIFTON Student Council 515 Intra- mural 48, 49, 50, 51. O'MEARA, EMMETT Junior Class Play "Best Foot Forward" 505 Otter Staff 50, 515 Annual 515 National Athletic Honor So- ciety515 Speech 49, 50, 515 Journalism 495 Cheerleader 505 Football 485 Letter 49, 50, 515 Intramural 49, 50, 515 Track 49, 50, 515 Wrestling 515 Tumbling 48, 495 Basketball 495 Thespian Plays "The Torchbearersn 505 "Double Door" 51. NICKEL, RICHARD Intramural 485 Track 49. NYPEN, BURTON Concert Band 48, 49, 50, 515 Marching Band 49, 50, 515 Speech 48. OLSON, RONALD Concert Band 48, 49, 50, 515 Marching Band 49, 50, 515 Pep Band 49, 50, 515 Orchestra 50, 515 Trumpet Trio 515 Speech 48. ORPEN, KATHRYN Sec. of Tomorrow 51. K at-Q 14 1 r 5 ,, '- PEDERSON, JOYCE Glee club 48, 495 Choir 50, 515 Sec. of Tomorrow 51. PETERSON, RICHARD Entered from Seattle, Wash. '49. RINDALL, JOYCE Concert band 48-515 March- ing band 49, 50, 515 Pep band 50, 515 Orchestra 49, 50,515 Chorus 485 Choir49, 50, 515 Woodwind Quartet 50, 515 Junior play 505 Otter staff 49, 50, 515 Annual 515 GAA 48, 49, 50, 515 Journal- ism 495 Sec. of Tomorrow 515 Red Cross Council S15 Civic Orchestra 51. ROVANG, JANELLE Concert Band 48, 49, 50, 515 Marching band 49, 50, 515 Pep band 50, 515 Choir 50, 515 Glee club 48, 495 Sextet 48, 50, 515 Double Octet 49, 505 Otter staff 49, 50, 515 GAA 48, 49, 50, 515 Speech 48, 495 Journalism 48, 495 Red Cross Council 50, 515 Homecoming attend- ant 48. HPir2?H 32 PEDERSON, BECKY Bands: Concert, 48-515 Marching, 49-515 Pep 50, 51 fco-student director, 5155 Orchestra, 48-515 Choir 49, 515 Chorus 485 Octet 49- String trio 49, 505 Triple trio 485 Double octet 505 Quartet 515 Jr. play, 505 Student council 485 Sr. class pres. 515 Annual 515 National Honor 50, 515 GAA 48, 495 Speech 485 Journal- ism 495 Thespians 50, 515 Thespian pla 50, 515 Red Cross counciY48-515 Girls State. QUAM, STANLEY F.F.A. 49, so, 51. RIX, PHYLLIS Speech 485 Homecoming attendant 50. RUDE, LAVERNE Basketball 485 Speech 485 Chorus 485 Choir49,50, 515 Debate 495 Boy's Octet 505 Junior class play "Best Foot Forward' 505 Otter staff 505 Journalism 495 Wrestling 51. O o at -L Z' YX,.f"X fi.,-" 2? M Q55 3 , . . fx l Aff 5 ' ' , 2252: W A ,.., 'Z ' . .tg- . X at , .at ' If T::, Q. F' j 5 Q Mayen A? ,:: l t "'0Id Face-ful'--Every hour, on the hour" RUDE, MARLYS Library club 50,515 Chorus 48, Glee club 49, 50. RYEN, ARLENE Concert band 48, 49, 50, 51, Marching band 49, 50, 515 Pep band 50, 51, Orchestra 50, 515 Choir 48, 50 515 Glue club 49, Annual 51, Speech 48, 49, 505 Journal- ism 50, Red Cross council 51, Pep club 51. SCHIESSER, CHARLES Track Letter 50, 51, Foot- ball 49, Speech 49. RUSTAD, ROGER Football 49. SALNESS, JIM Football 48, 49, Letter 50, 51, Basketball 50, Choir 48, 49, 50, 5'l. SCHMIDT, CHARLES Track 49, Letter 50, 5l, Baseball 48, 49. SCHMIDT, DUANE lntermural 48, 49, 50, 515 Basketball 48, Football 49, 50, Track 49, 50, Golf 49. SCHMIDT, WALTER F.F.A. 48, 49, 50, 515 En- tered U.S. Armed Forces Sl. I 4 F 5 9, x :,:EEw. I ,:-, fg: 3 Q gl SCHOON, LANORE Glee Club 48, 49, 50 515 Speech 48, 49, 50, Library Club 50, 51. SCOTT, BARBARA ANN Glee Club 48, GAA 49, 50, 51, Speech 48, 49, Pep Club 50,517 Journalism 49, Sec. of Tomorrow. SHEARER, PAT fDropped1 SMITH, ROGER FFA 485 Track 515 Entered U.S. Armed Forces 51. SCHUETZE, DARREL Intramural 49, 50, 51. SHAFFER, OWEN Choir 48, 49, 50, 51, Otter Staff 50, 51, Annual 51, Journalism 49, Tennis 50, 51. SHELDAHL, PHILIP Transferred from Evansville Concert Band 51, Marching Band 515 Pep Band 51. SNEVA, GORDON Entered U.S. Armed Forces 51. I, X il l I X I 4, 5,1 , r S X B ' ,mer l Q l , 34 qi X, I l -f 0 QS- Speech 49, Orchestra 485 Basketball 49, Football 505 Track 49, Baseball 49, Letter 50 515 Wrestling 51' I "Good luck--it was fun while it lasted!" V SNYDER, BEVERLY Concert Band 48, 49, 50, 51, Marching Band 49, 50, 51, Pep Band 50, 51, Orchestra 48, 50, 51, Choir 50, 51, Chorus 485 Trom- bone Quartet 49, 50, 515 Sextet 485 Double Octet 501 Girl's Quartet 51, Co- director Band 515 Head Maiorette 51, Class Sec. 48, GAA 48, 49, 50, Class V. Pres. 495 Journalism 495 Speech 48. SPARKS, DICK Transferred from Eagle Bend, Football, Letter 51, National Athletic Honor Society 51, Track 51. Wrestling 51. STARIN, COLLEEN Transferred from Wahpeton Sec. of Tomorrow 51. SORRELL CHARLOTTE JEAN Chorus 48, Glee Club 49, 50,515 Annual Staff 515 GAA48, 49, 50, 51, Speech 48, 49, Sec. of Tomorrow 51. SPITSBERG, HOWARD Choir 50, 515 Speech 49. STEEN, HOWARD Concert band 49, 50, 515 Marching band 49, 50, 51, Pep band 50, Orchestra 49, 50, Choir 48, 49, 50, 51, Basketball 48, 49, Base- ball 48, 49, Football 48, 49, 50, Student manager basketball 51, lntramural 48, 49, 50, 51. STICH, DUANE Junior play "Best Foot Forward" 50, Track 49, 51, Basketball 48, 49, Foot- ball ,48, 49, lntramural 49, 50, 515 Homecoming attend- ant 51. STIYER, BETTY Library club 50, 515 Pep Club 50. TEBERG, VIOLET TENNEY, PHILLMER Sec. of Tomorrow Sl. Annual Staff 51. 5 , 5 I A THOEN, A RlON 1 THOM, MARY ,ff Intramural 50, 5,515 Annkgl . Library Club 50, 51. 4 .A swf 56 wmv 'ng 51.10 ,,v LJ' .,.., ll Aw' T rr V 'll K I ,U lx lJkNN1 ,J J , - X , , C l W U pf 'I Vi' ,IVV UL nv ,,, , w . f ECUV ,MN 'M' S Ks?" THOMPSON, RIS THORSTENSON, JOY ANN Glee Club 48, 49, 50, 51, GAA 48, 49, Speech 48, 49, Pep Club 505 Journalism 49, Sec. of Tomorrow. Choir 49,50, 5'l1 J lee Club 48, Pep Club SQ, 51. TOLLEFSON, DUANE TJADEN, JUDY lniramural 48, 50, 51. Glee Club 48, 49, 50,Junior Class Play, "Best Foot Forward", Sec. of Tomor- l row 51. W' - ,f "'l' T :""' - . O - 'I n , A W2 A Hwouliih TV, students love if ffillx A, me IH a , P 51 W . -1 7 up X Q 36 . jig Q. dau 3 .fa L 1 -J' Q' if . SM - 55 ry ,J 1,3 '55, , . get .x,.. 1 HSE' -mf, , 1 , 6 5 ' 4-o'clock---Wheeeeel' ' TANGSRUD, BARBARA Concert Band 50, 515 March- ing Band 50, 515 Pep Band 50, 515 Glee Club 515 Library Club 50, 515 Trans- ferred from DeLamere, North Dakota 49. VIGEN, DAVE Homecoming King 515 De- bate 50, 515 Orchestra 48, -49, 50, 515 Choir 48, 49, 50, 515 Boys' Quartet 48, 495 Octet 505 Junior Play, "Best Foot Forward" 505 Otter Staff 49, 50, 515 Na- tional Honor Society50,515 Boys' State 505 S eech 50, 515 Journalism 4915 Student Council 48, 505 lntramural 49, 50, 51. VOLLBRECHT, PAT Concert Band 48, 49, 50, 515 Marching Band 49 50, 51, Pep anna 50, 51, Choir 48, 49, 50, 515 Sextet 48, 515 Octet 505 Otter Staff 50, 515 Annual 515 Speech 48, 49, 505 Pep Club 49 505 Journalism 495 Red Cross Council 515 GAA 48. WHITLOCK, AVIS UDSETH, DWAINE vocE1., Joe Chorus 485 Class Treasur- er 485 Speech 485 Library Club 505 Baseball 515 Bas- ketball 485 lntramural 48, 49, 50, 51. wEs'r, DONALD FFA 48. WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM FFA 48, 49, 50, 51. if-ily CLASS COLOR - WILSON, SHANNON Football 48, 49, 50, Track Choir 50, 51, Glee Club 48, 495 Sextet 48, 495 Otter Staff 50, 515 GAA 48 49, 50, 51, spnch 515 Laimfy Club 50 51, Journalism 49, Sec. of lfomorrow 51. YELL, CAROL 49, 50, 51. ZAHNOW, BARBARA Glee Club 485 Choir 49, 50, 51, Sec. of Tomorrow 51. Blue and Silver CLASS FLOWER - Forget-me-not CLASS MOTTO - "The foundation of the State CLASS ADVISORS: Clayton Haii Grace Halcrow E. J. Halverson Mrs. Bernice Hedlund Margaret Schultz is education of its youth." Disraeli 38 MUSIC Senior Bond The Senior High band has been steadily improving and increasing in size these past few years. This past season it proudly dis- played ninety-three members with delightful Bev Snyder in the lead as Maiorette. The band made from thirty to forty public appearances this year. Besides the concerts, which are in great demand, there is also a demand for performances at athletic events, parades, patriotic programs and so forth. The band's repertoire is extensive and varied. It includes popular and light music as well as the standard classics. Among the selections performed these past nine months are: "El Capitan" and "Stars and Stripes Forever"-marches by Sousa, "l'm Falling in Love with Someone" by Victor Herbert and "The Second Suite in F" by Holst. 40 Maiorettes Pictured from left to right are-Shirley Lundeen, Pat Norby, Janice Grant, Janet Rosen gren, Beth Hagen, and Beverly Snyder. Clarinet Quartet Pictured from left to right are-Kathyrn Haugen, Luwanna Halverson Valdine Hagen, and Nila Wilson. 41 I CHOIR AND GLEE CLUB The annual fall concert was held November 2l. On the stage behind the group, the Thespians pantomimed the songs, with the central theme of a campfire. Some of the selections included: "Wanderin'," "Nurser Rhyme Suite," "I Love A Parade," "Set Down Servant," and as a grand finaile, "The Battle Hymn of the Republic," as a tribute to Armistice Day. The Christmas concert was held December I8 with the choir of the Junior and Senior High each singing a group of numbers. There were a number of solos, and the Brass Ensemble played "Cathedral Echoes". , The entire group of singers concluded the program with four well-known Christmas carols. The spring concert was held March 30. In connection with Easter, the Choir and Glee Club sang "Cry of God," "Don't You Weep No More, Mary," and "The Hallelujah Chorus" from the Mount of'Olives. Other selections included: "My Hero" from the Chocolate Soldier, "I Got Rhythm," "Stormy Weather," "Lone- some Road" and "The Spinning Song." 42 GlRLS' DOUBLE OUINTET: Elaine Sander, Barbara Peter- son, Ellen Rovang, Marlys Rude, Marcella Duenow, Mary Bergerud, Connie Hoverman, Marlene And- erson, Joyce Miller, Leona Hal- verson, and Shirley Skrove ac- companist. Not pictured EaVon Synstelien. In order to give these girls a chance to be in a small group, Mr. Blegstad formed a double quintet ot farm girls or girls from Dalton. They meet on Wednes- day noons and blend their voices to "Vienna Life," "When You're Smiling," and "Slumber My Baby." Leona Halverson, Elaine Sander, Barbara Peterson, Ellen Rovang, Mary Berg- erud, Marlys Rude, Marcella Duenow, Joyce Miller, Connie Hoverman, and Mar- lene Anderson make up this group. GIRLS' DOUBLE SEXTET: Rachel Vollbrecht, Lee Ann lr- gens, Mary Beberg, lngvarda Nelson, LaVonne Van Sickle, Shirley Ohman, Norma Larson, Pat Norby, Barbara Allison, Judy Lund, Ann Marie Fetvedt, Jenean Larson, and Carol Anderson. If you whisk past the band room on Mondays at tour, you will hear a group of sophomore girls practicing vigorously "All the Things You Are", "Rosie O'Grady", "Oasis" and "ln a Persian Market" are among their repertoire of music. This group includes Barbara Allison,Ann Fetvedt, Pat Norby, Norma Larson, Mary Beberg, Lee Ann lrgens, Rachel Vollbrecht, Judy Lund, Yvonne Van Sickle, lngvarda Nelson, Jenean Lcrson, and Shirley Ohman, accompanied by Carol Anderson. A3 Orchestra The orchestra has been increasing in size for the past few years. Ordinarily an orches- tra is limited in size by its string section and this year, with an aggregate of thirty-six members, it has the largest string section in the history of the school. The orchestra, like the band, is also in great demand for public performances, playing 44 for all school plays, commencement, and con- ventions. Among the selections performed this year were "On the Trail" from the Grand Canyon Suite by Grote, "Alice Blue Gown", "Deep Purple' , and two movements from Tshaikow- sky's Sixth Symphony. Pep Band The Pep Band played an important part at pep fests and games. To include more members the band is divided into three sections, A, B, and C. The C band was the nucleus and consisted of the best players. The student directors are Becky Pederson and Beverly Snyder. Brass Ensemble Tbe members left to right are: Beverly Snyder, Coral Collman, Perry Campbell, Darrell Davenport, Ronald Olson, Franklin Schultz, Lo Ann Brager, and Jeanne Hensch. The Ensemble has played as one unit on occasions, such as Christmas, and the Trum et Trio and the Trombone Quintet which make up the En- semblle have each played as separate units. GlRLS'SEXTET Janelle Rovang, Pat Vollbrecht, Rosemary tlansel, .loan Gust, Jeanne Hensch, Helen Aras- kog. Accomp., Barbara Trangsrud. Director, Conrad Blegstad. Those girls can really singl Who? The girls' sextet of course. You may hear them 4th hour Tuesdays blending their natural talent in their favorite song, "lf l Could Tell You". The activity carried out by this group includes singing at banquets, memorial service, and church groups. GIRLS'QUARTET Beverly Snyder, Joyce Clausen, Becky Peder son, Jean Ann Dudgeon, accomp., Judy Lund Director, Conrad Blegstad. Our senior high school wouldn't be complete without a girls' quartet. To carry on this year are Joyce Clauson, Beverly Snyder, Jean Ann Dudgeon, Rebecca Pederson, accompanied by Judy Lund. Tops on their list of song hits are "Nobody's Baby" "Dreamin'," and "Stay As Sweet As You Are". All their music is arranged by Mr. Blegstad and includes close, four part harmony. They present their talent at Rotary, Kiwanis and church meetings. 46 Senior High Cheerleaders Norma Larson Gloria Spranger Virgil Estenson Jeanne Hensch Pauline Nelson Not pictured-Gordon Hanson, elected in 'l95l 'f On Wednesday nights you can find the cheerleaders practicing in the gym. This year our cheerleaders were chosen by a committee consisting of faculty members and the presidents of various school organizations. The duties of the cheerleaders include leading the cheers at games and on a moment's notice lead the cheers and songs at o pep fest. Junior High Cheerleaders Kathleen Hegge Nancy Jensen Janice Holland Sylvia Hage Officers in front row: President ..................... ................ R O ANN FlCK Vice-President ........... . ............... PHYLLIS THOM Secretary .......... ........................ J OAN GUST Treasurer. ...... ....... S HIRLEY JEAN HANSON Pep Club members added zest and vigor to the sport season. Members of the Pep Club met with the cheerleaders to learn new yells. They had a special sec- tion reserved for them at basketball and football games. 48 SPCJRTS ,J LQ!-vwwii fx xg, A , . , u L N! THE CHAMP BACK ROW-Coach Letich, G. Hanson, C. Ge- hardson, B. Bokken, M. Johnson, L. Norby, L. Krause, L. Holten, L. Carrol, D. Knopp, D. Toso, J. Oyen, D. Nelson, D. Moe, Coach Norm Gallo- way. MIDDLE ROW-J. Lyngaas, D. Sparks, W. For the first time in eighteen years the Otter football team concluded their season undefeated. Along with making a clean sweep of the confer- ence, they defeated four non-conference op- ponents. Mesna, J. Salness, B. Halverson, R. Bromberg E. O'Meara, J. Liedl, L. Dreschel, B. Elton, Kuehnel. FRONT ROW-Student Manager Quinton Brevig. Fergus Falls Fergus Falls Fergus Falls Fergus Falls Fergus Falls Fergus Falls Fergus Falls Fergus Falls Fergus Falls Alexandria Valley City Fargo Moorhead Breckenridge East Grand Forks International Falls Detroit Lakes 25 51 41 27 34 Wahpeton 26 39 28 i9 John Hermes, AI Letich, Norm Galloway, Hal Younghans T. H.Johnson Award--Roland Brom 50 berg and Evie Faunce. SENIOR LETTERMEN FOOTBALL ik ik- 1255 Roland Bnmbtm Emmett 0'Moara Jerry l-lidl -.ff Rocky Elton Dwell Kuohnql Lauer Drochnl Jim Salnou Dlcl: Spwln Willard Muna Larry Nurby ...,,::N Lnsylhlm v.-A. 7 F Q. ' 4- 33 l .r ,sl "' in A ' X' , we is Gordon Henson Cwull Gofhwdnon Duma Knopp Quentin Bravig eel- National Athlefic Honor Society-D. Sparks, W. Mesna, C. Gerhard- All-Sfaie Award son, B. Elion, E. 0'Meara, R. Bromberg, R. Bakken, L. Drechsel, J. Jerry Liedl Lyngaas, G. Nagel, L. Krause, B. Halverson, J. Liedl. JUNIOR AND SOPHOMORE al'- LETTERMEN FOOTBALL Jerry Nagel Dick Brandon Bruce Halverson EJ Rf Dennis Moe Bob Bakken Leroy Krause Jewell Lynguas 52 BACK ROW-Coach Hermes, Dick Brandon, Arr Mobraren, Dick Aune, Dick Gillespie, Perry Jacob- son, Donald Nelson, Dan Olson, Gordon Fick, Bobby From, Buzz Lundeen, Gene Rickles, Coach Younghans. MIDDLE ROW-Dave Jensen, Keith Hoppenen, Bob Moody, John Budock, Willaer Wash- burn, James Leidal, Corby Newman, Doug Strand, Dan Muchow, John Rian, John Hovland, Chuck Argue. FRONT ROW-Dale Larson, Russ Adels- man, Jerry Nagel, Kent Van Meier, Mack Feafher- stone, Duane Sachs, George Sawyer, Philmer Biorgo, Dave Ash. FOOTBALL "B" SQUAD Football 'C' Squad and,,Coach Engquis? S3 Fergus Falls 'B' SQUAD SCORES I2 Elbow Lake Fergus Falls I3 Breckenridge Fergus Falls l3 Frazee Fergus Falls 19 Wahpefon Fergus Falls 'l3 Breckenridge BASKETBALL Coach Letich, G. Bakken, L. Krause, B. Hal- Liedl, D. Anderson, R. Bromberg, B. Bakken, L verson, D. Kuehnel, P. Johnson, J. Lyngaas, J. Dreschel, Student manager, H. Steen. With tour returning lettermen to bolster the squad, the Otter basket- ball team again held the winter spotlight. They were ceded to the district and had a very fine overall season's record. Fergus Falls ...... Valley City Fergus Falls Wahpeton Fergus Falls Fargo Fergus Falls Barnsville Fergus Falls Moorhead Fergus Falls Detroit Lakes Fergus Falls Alexandria Fergus Falls Valley City Fergus Falls Elbow Lake Fergus Falls Breckenridge Fergus Falls Wahpeton Fergus Falls Melrose Fergus Falls Moorhead Fergus Falls Pelican Rapids Fergus Falls Detroit Lakes 54 1 lo A all fe, ."'A ' Coach Lefich mm 5-'X Q ncmvf' wolf Jerry Liedl rl WF' .P gl .Wx ' .Mme Roland Bromberg Ni ix, in S5 pl Swank, WEE? lh.,,,,,,. ' ' - ""P ff' ff Leroy Krause 1, 'W Wx s, N? ell. 'wav r ll' X In-..,,.,,,,.,', Q- I , 3 , Gordon Bak ken 5 Tim? op' vim fc.: f Nfl 6 ., 'lim x , 1 f , rrr f l ,.V. A ' ' "' Paige Johnson Darrel Kuehnel r Q F, .1-I., 1 M l Willard Mesna Bobb Bakken 3 1'-'Q Qi 33323 on 'W Y nw Lester Dre schel im'-'fl' FQ -naman- Bruce Halverson wi-' -M.,-sf 'Zi' 3 V fn? Jewell Lyngaas Danny Anderson 55 "B" SQUAD BASKETBALL BACK ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT-Selmer Tros- MIDDLE ROW-Dale Larson, Chuck Argue, George vig, Dan Muchow, Dan Olson, Corby Newman, Sawyer, Dick Brandon, Jerry Nagel. FIRST ROW- Larry Scholl, Lowell Welander, Wally Larson, Student Manager Quinton Brevlg. Gordon Fick, Paul K loster, Coach Hermes ' WRESTLING TEAM y .J BACK ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT-Emmett Coach Hail Harold Miller, Jack Oyen, Vlrgle 0'Meara, Dwaine Knapp, Leroy Halton, Dick Estenson. lla! pictured, Art Mobrahen, Larry Sparks, Dick Loomer, Orion Thoen. FIRST ROW- Norby, Rodger Walkup, Jack Barowski. Darrel Schuetxe, Bob Gadow, Gordon Hanson, 56 TRACK TEAM 3. f. -1 -.::,.: , 'U' mff Bw., M ' was fxfiiesiwfff Q 4 H .- 1 v M. in .M MM "" : ya! ,'., . ,.-.-V1.5-vQ.,'.. .,.... - an U 34 g . ' .gf ff. . " 5 W - , A -' af " -- W' -jf . .g,: .1 us 2, -' M. . at -as Q..- ,Q A' .. .. H- W V ...,. , M ' A in .4 , ,,W 5 ka. . wg fp: " bk , g.j'f' :: of iz? V . Q ' I, A 5 ' 'J iii L, M A in ' --, G VT X' Y- 'J 'N ff - A 'f W' '. ' '1 F '3 Vg F' T - 5. B 'P . o 2.5211 W ,- E F' X K . :V , sf .f--Y 45 1 1. ., , .- X Y 1. 111.5 is 'f g ,, , '-w. . f , , I 4 .- . -s . um, A. ,, H A . . , if ,. .4 .. ., X- Q 'V J M' ff F . A 'iw .5 7" " L 4 f 5 ' , N + ':-"' 3 ,,,, L .,.., , 1 ' 1 '- yn V ,... , " ' V' 4 M' , 2 , H -' " 7 ' ' Q ff K 4 . .,,. :-e" '11f- ff '-fav' M 4 H o wl-. Pf1T" lf'3i.' Q... . , .M .,., M xy A ,,. LlLEi,, V i A gy., 5 V qwguwm, ...V 4. K A my H. 4 ywgfjlfm.. ...MM , ., X31 'Q 4 A ' M 3 .wx-W, . , W BACK ROW-left to rl bt-Coaches Bolyard and Anderson, P. Johnson, C. Schoissor, L. Ordal, B. Steussy, C. gadsvold, W. Stock. MIDDLE ROW-J. Liodl, H. Hanson, G. Han- son, S. Wilson, J. Zimmerman. FRONT ROW-D. Kuehnel, D.. Brandon, G. Bakken, E. O'Moara, R. Bromborg, D. Knopp, B. Halverson, J. Stock. CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM C. Schmidt, D. Stich H. Luebke C. Schoissor 1 JAX SE H , if 8 qw 4' lv 4,-ni-vs an x Q 19 fg Q Q N- 3.',32n1-br 13 4' 2515111 1 Hv11Q1'lH'!1 TENNIS TEAM GOLF TEAM George Sawyer, O. Shaffer, J. Kinno Coach Loftich, Julian Guddlng, Larry Norby. 57 X E, .,., -. 'fi '22- -- e 'Q "" ' P , F. ff ff. 21 'E..g:-ml ' ,fy , A T' GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Girls' Athletic Association is a club for athletic, energetic girls of senior high. Every Thursday at tour o'clock you will find them down in the west gym playing their hearts out at deck tennis in the tall, basketball in the winter, and this spring, softball and volleyball. The girls also take part in the minor sports which include bowling, tennis, ice skating, roller skating, hiking, skiing and tobogganing. Girls present seventy-five per cent of the time are eli- gible for awards. 190 points are worth a shevron, 380 points CI letter and 570 points a star. Extra points are received by sport heads, winning teams, and team captains of each sport. , V 'gwx 'iz eff ,iff 1 1 V, '13 " 'fr 58 OFFICERS Pat Nelson, Jeanne Ledue, Elaine Evenson, Marilyn Kvern. A. SNAPSHOTS J xx """-.. 'X xx 'S- 'S S ss., is ""s. -E r K y 45 - 8 f 4'-my ' - 1 F Y- . 0' 5 K T . X . . A Q ff 5 W 4, Q - W .L F' if xxx a ., 'L CLASSES ll as TW JUNIOR CLASS CLASS ADVISORS STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS Mrs. Lillian Bechtel Gwen Pushing Gertrude Larson Bob Bckken Harriet Minor Leland Willard Paul Anderson Earl Engen John Ohles CLASS OFFICERS Joe Thompson ........................................ ............ P resident Peggy Davenport .................................. ..... V ice President Kathryn Johnson ..... .......... S ecretary Jack Swenson .............. .... T reasurer The juniors won first place in the float contest this year at Homecoming. They also won the trophy for the best Homecoming stunt. Their play, "Little Women" was a smash hit and the Junior-Senior Banquet was a huge success. It was a satist ing year all around with Jewell Lyngaas and Bruce Halverson being appointed 'l95l's new football co-captains. 62 k SOPHOMORE CLASS CLASS ADVISORS Donald Bolyard Elizabeth Hartig Ethel Huseby Mrs. Vera Haskell Leonard Sage ...... Judy Lund .......... lngvarda Nelson.. Donald Nelson ....... STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS Janet Rosengren Vendlo Ronning Dale Larson CLASS OFFICERS ............President .....Vice President . ......... Secretary Treasurer The lucky sophomores will be the first senior class to graduate in the new Fergus Falls high school. Their Homecoming skit was a perfect take-off on the wrestling antics of "Gorgeous George", and their attractive Home- coming attendants were Norma Larson and Shirley Rin- dahl. 63 FRESHMAN CLASS - 1950 STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS CLASS ADVISORS Doris Pederson Herbert Drechsel Thelma B. Midthun Mardonna Bartholet Victor Lundeen Phyllis Miller 1 , Verlln Mittelstadt Arlen Johnson ' 'A f Pat aValley Glen Nycklemoe a L XJ 1 CLASS OFFICERS ' ' ' ' 1 ' President........... ...... ...... ....... .......John Budaclc i Ak Vice-president.......................Shirley Halvorson -f - . ' Secretary.... ...... ..... LaVae Anderson fs Treasurer.... . ... .... Glenn Nycklemoe ' ' Y I . HOMECOMING AND PAST EVENTS N x Homecoming- Queen's attendants - Louise Jacobson- Joyce Nelson- Freshmen entered a float in the parade Stunt for convocation Freshman Party-October 'l8-Competitive games between home rooms with prizes for high and low scores. Amovie and initiation of class officers furnished part of the entertainment. Refreshments were served. Future class activities Declamation contests-There are three freshmen speech classes. Plans are under way for a play contest next spring some time between the three speech classes. Athletic activities-Ninth grade boys have o portunities to :artici ate in all branches of athletics. They ave their own coaches and teams and play a regular schedule of games just as the varsity. For the less skilled, we have the intra-mural program. Freshman talent program for convocation in the spring. 64 EIGHTH GRADE SEVENTH GRADE ,FS QQ EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES I l B 1 1 l iii 11 Editors Class Editors and Art Editor Business Staff Editor-in-Chief ........... .......... J ean Baker Feature Editors ...... ....... K athryn Drake Associate Editors ....... ............ J erry Liedl Mary Gorton Coral Collman Charlotte Sorrell Class Editors ....... ..... J ean Ann Dudgeon Sports Editors ..... .......... A rlene Ryen Dick Cherry Emmett O'Meara Marilyn Kvern Orion Thoen Art Editor .......... ................ P at Vollbrecht Photographer ..................-.-.-..- Owen Slwffel' Business Staff .......... John Bergerud, Manager Typists ........... Ardis Haukos Joyce Miller Joyce Clausen Jeane Ledue Joyce Rindall Darrel Kuelmel Advisor ............................ Margaret Schultz Becky Pederson Phi l lmer Tenney 68 Feature Editors 5 xx? "sz .ivxqs .fn . K x. x F it 'mr ?i In Wx Q. if' 1, iq ' I 'Tm 7 Typists T ' ' Annual Staff Attempts' ' Some people like to study, Others like to laugh, We've quite an assortment On the Annual Staff It has been rough, ot times, We thought we couldn't do it, But meetings every night at seven, Finally got us through it. 69 For events we haven't included, Or cut because of censory, We apologize, but urge you to Cultivote your memory. For if this book will but help you see, Fifty years from now, S p or ts Editors and Photographer 5' r People and things you'd forgotten about-- The Staff will take its bow. THE STAFF Editors Business and Advertising in OTTER STAFF Editor-in-Chief ................ Bruce Listoe Assistant Editor ............... David Vigen News Editors .......... Kay Drake, Jeanne Hensch, Ardis Haukos, Elouise Zenner Feature Editors ........... .Carol Anderson Gretchen Monson Business Manager ............ Owen Shaffer Sports Editors ........ ....... B ob Bakken Jack Swenson Copyreaders .................. Marilyn Kvern Virginia Keane Joyce Reierson, lrene Tiaden Junior High ................... Joyce Rindall Pat Vollbrecht Artist ............................. Mary Beberg Photography .................. Stanley Leabo Advertising Managers...Emmett O'Meara, Merlyn Ordal Assistants ....... Jim Davis, Beth ...........Garberg,Kathryn Circulation Haugen, Joe Thompson Circulation Managers ....... Roland Brom- berg, Janelle Rovang, Carol YelI--Assistants--Florence Albers, Helen Araskog Pat Heinl, Florence Drake Gene Snyder, Arlene Denbrook Reporters ........ Maureen Bergerud, Carol Christoperson, Bob Deutsch- man, Peggy Davenport, Valdine Hagen, hirley Hanson, Connie Hoverman, Gordon Holbeck, Bruce Halvorson Luwana Halverson, Kath- erine Johnsan, Carole Lee, Jewell Lyngaas, Helen Messenger, John Ogen, Noel Ryan, Gloria pranger, Marion Wright Tylpists--Joyce Clausen, Karen augen, Donna Fick, Ro Ann Fick, Gwen Pushing, Beverly Stavos, Phyllis Thom Advisor-- Beverly Malme Seashore Reporters, Typists, and Copyreaders Sixth hour of every other Tuesda is the time when the latest issue of 'IYHE OTTER is circulated. Each issue repre- sents many hours of work by the staff On Tuesday evenings the Otter stat- fers are busy making out "dummies" and writing headlines in the last minute rush to meet the deadline. The Ugeblaad Printing Company is the scene of action an Saturday and Monday when staff members are getting the aper ready to go to press. gtter staffers spend their time get- ting ads and subscriptions and dis- tributing the apers. THE OT'FER is a member of three school press organizations and has re- Sports Editors ceived top ratings from all three. Photographer and Artist Reporters 51- L....-- JUNIOR CLASS PLAY CAST LITTLE WOMEN Director ......................... Miss Kathryn Schultz Student Directors ........ Nila Wilson, Mary Beberg Stage Manager ............................ Merlyn Ordal Mr. March, father Aunt March ........ Hannah Mullet ....... Mr. Lawrence ..... Laurie .... . ....... John Brook ........ lst girl .............. 2nd girl .......... 3rd girl ..... 4th girl ...... Professor Bhaer ..... CAST Meg, the eldest ....................... Gloria Spranger Jo, the playwright. ........... ........ M arion Wright Beth, the housekeeper .... .......... P at Heinl Amy, the artist ........... ............ R oAnn Fick Mrs. March, Marmee.. .......... Carol Anderson .....Robert Deutschman ........Elouise Zenner ........Beth Garberg .......Jewell Lyngaas ......Robert Bakken .......Jack Swenson ......Joe Thompson ...........Karen Haugen ............Kathryn Haugen ..............Kathryn Johnson Carole Christopherson MEMBERS OF TROUPE 443 R. Elton, R. Jensen, M. Kvern, R. Pederson, J. Hensch G Lredl J. Baker, C. Collman, J.. Dudgeon, E. O'Meara, A. Maohs R Bromberg J. Lyngaas, M. Wright, E. Zonner, G. Spranger, R F k P He l R. Bakken. DOUBLE DOOR, Thespion play Director, Tom Mortensen, Thespian advisor Student Director, E louise Zenner CAST Victoria Von Bret ...... ............ Rip Van Bret ......... Anne Darrow .......... Bret. Caroline Van Doctor Sully ........ Avery ............ Mr. Neff ....... Chase ..... Mary ....... Louise ...... Telson ...... Lambert ....... U.. of .. ..... Rebecca Pederson ........Alfred Maahs ......Coral Collman ............Pat Heinl ........Emmett O'Meora ......Jean Ann Dudgeon ...........Rocky Elton ......Robert Jensen .......Marilyn Kvern .....Jeanne Hensch ..........Larry Norby ......Robert Jensen "hi 73 SENIOR PLAY CAST "American Passport" Emmett O'Mearo ....... ............................. . Carol Yell ........... Willard Mesna ....... Dick Cherry ....... ..... Jay Kinne ......... Leah Loomer ..... Jeanne Hensch..... Gretchen Director - Mr. Thomas Mortenson Student Director - Joyce Rindoll .....Eclward Hamilton ....Mrs. Schwartz ........Bill Wilson ....Dick Hamilton Craig Louella Hamilton Donna Larson ....... ....... . ....... Sybil Jennings ...........Aunt Jen ....Judy Hamilton Pat Vollbrecht...... .... . .... . .......... ..... ......Bertha Hamilton 6-13' Senior Members, National Honor Society PICTURED LEFT TO RIGHT--BACK ROW-Jerry Liedl, Gretchen Monson, Jeanne Ledue, Coral Collman, Joyce Rindall, Pat Vollbrecht, Burnham Elton. THIRD ROW- Faith Naegeli, Vivian Jensen, Joan Gust, Jeanne Hensch, Joyce Miller, Leah Loomer. SECOND ROW-Connie Hoverman, Arlene Ryan, Marilyn Kvern, Beverly Snyder. FRONT ROW-Mary Gorton, President, Jean Baker, Secretary-Treasurer, Bruce Listoeg Becky Pederson. NOT PICTURED-David Vigen, Vice-President. NATIONAL HONCR SOCIETY Membership in the National Honor Society was determined on the basis of leadership, scholarship, character, and service in the classroom and in extra- curricular activities. The members entered a float in the Homecoming parade, sponsored a speaker for convocation, initiated their own new members, and helped initiate the Breckenridge chapter of the National Honor Society. The advisor is John Ohlesg officers are: president, Mary Gorton, vice-presi- dent, Dave Vigen, secretary-treasurer, Jean Baker. if" J 'ti-QQ' FRONT ROW-Robert Bakken, LuWanna Hal- son, Mary Beberg, Elouise Zenner, Carol Ander- verson, Jewell Lyngaas. BACK ROW-Nilo Wil- son. NOT IN PICTURE-Jock Swenson. The Library Club members take turns helping out in the school library. They file books and answer questions on where to find books and library information. One point is given for each turn they take. At the end of the year a large "F" is awarded those who DEBATE Mary Gorton, Elouise Zenner, Dave Vigen, Bruce Listoe, Joe Thompson and Jack Swenson. "Resolved: That the American people should reiect the Welfare State" was the question debated by the debate squad this year. Members of the squad were David Vigen, Bruce Listoe Elouise Zenner and Mary Gorton with .lack Swenson and Joe Thompson as alternates. The squad took part LIBRARY CLUB have the most points. Small "F's" are given to the other members. The Club entered a float in the Homecoming Parade this year. They had parties and occasional meetings when they were needed. in the Debate Clinic at Fargo, practice de- bates at Barnesville and made a good show- ing at the Tri-State Tournament at Concordia College. They placed second in the regional tournament which enabled them to attend the State debate meet. .IOURNALISM CLUB SECRETARIES OF TOMORROW ASSOCIATION The SOTA's are made up of the second days. At these meetings lunches were oc- year Stenography classes. There were twen- casionally served and speakers from various ty-six members this year. business places gave talks. Regular meetings were held on Wednes- A play was presented for convocation. The Fergus Falls F.F.A. chapter is a Eart of the National Organization of boys of igh school age in vocational agriculture training. The general purpose of the association is to give the boys an opportunity to work to- gether in carrying out proiects that may be beneficial to themselves as well as to the community in which they live. lt also aids in character buildingj it promotes good fel- lowship among membersp and forms a social gathering in which the boys may become ac- FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA quainted with fellow members in other chap- ters. Mr. E.J.Halverson is advisor to the local group. There are fifty-nine members in the organization. THE OFFICERS ARE President ........................... Warren Johnson Vice-president ..... .......... D avid Sundberg Secretary ........... ..... W illiam Williamson Treasurer ....... ........... A Ilen Biergo Reporter ...... ...... B illy Zimmer STUDENT COUNCIL BACK ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT-Bruce Listoe, Babb Bakken, Clifton Oleson, Leland Willard, Dale Larson. FRONT ROW-Vendla Ronning, Gwen Pushing, Kathryn Drake, Janet Rosengren. The voice of the student body is it's Student Council. For their first undertaking of the year they planned our annual homecoming. For the slogan they picked "KO Fargo". Other proiects accomplished during the year were selling tickets for the games and revising the students handbook. RED CROSS CCUNCIL Red Cross Council has sponsored many worthwhile proiects this year. These include collecting pocket size books, Christmas gifts and wra pings, shoes and catalogues for the State Hospital, and making plwacemats for the hospitals. 1 79 I VOCATIONAI. DAY St. Clair Gunderson Neil Lee Willard Mesna Third Grade - Adams School Loanne Brager Police Departmeni Darrold Burris Julian Gudding 80 Foss-Welander Joyce Clausen Arlene Denbrook Warren's Radio Service Ronald Olson HONCRS w ll 1099 SAL U C or p T4 QOX 10 cr' To NI Micah L00 Uh NOQSIHN e Pictured left to right-BA CK ROW-Honor Gretchen Monson, Joyce Miller, Marilyn Kvern, Students Jerry Liedl, ecky Pederson, Jeanne Bruce Listoe. FRONT ROW-Leah Loomer, Faith Ledue, Ronald Olson, Mary Thom, Jean Baker. Naegle, Mary Gorton, Jean Gust, Vivian Jensen. SECOND ROW-Arlene Ryan, Virginia Keane, W ' if 'V REPRESENTATIVE SENIQRS JERRY LIEDL All state, all conference, all Ameri- canl Thespian, associate annual editor, National Honor Societ , National Ath- letic Honor Society, Honor Roll, and Bausch and Lomb award winner! No wonder the senior class thought Jerry the most representative of the Repre- sentative Seniors. He truly isl DAVID VIGEN Homecoming found Dave with a crown on his head. We all agree he made a swell lzingl Dave is associate editor of the Otter. Besides his popu- larity which gave him a chance to go to Boy's State, he showed his ability in the male lead ofthe Junior Class Play, "Best Foot Forward". He became a member of the National Honor Society in his iunior year, and is a member of the student council. Best of luck in the future, Davel BECKY PEDERSON "Just ask Becky"-ask her about anything-Girl's Quartet, Red Cross, Thespians, the Senior class, Band, An- nual Staff, Orchestra, Choir, Civic Urchestra, National Honor Society, any number of organizations. No one will ever forget "Miss Victoria Van Bret" in the Thespian play "Double Door"- Becky did a splendid iob. CORAL COLLMAN "Music, music, music," that's Coral! Coral made a beautiful homecoming queen, she is secretary of the senior class, a member of the Red Cross Council, and an associate editor of the annual. She is in every phase of music - choir, band orchestra, and civic orches- tra-is a Thespian and agpeaed in the Thespian Play "Double oor", and the Junior Class Play "Best Foot For- ward". How well she deserves to be called a Representative Seniorl V. F.W mtg CORAL COLLMAN Coral too, is an excellent example of what the model American "citizen" should be. Reliable, courteous, and considerate. BRUCE LISTOE As the very diligent editor-in-chief of the Otter, Bruce well deserved being chosen as "outstanding citizen" which is the main purpose of the Veteran of Foreign Wars awardl D. A. R. BAUSCH AND LOMB BECKY PEDERSON Becky was a "natural", as for as both the student body and the faculty were concerned, to receive the highest hongr given to a girl--the D.A.R. a- wor . 84 JERRY LIEDL Honors in sports or in sciencel They are both easily obtained by this sports- man and scholar. The Bausch-and Lomb award indicates Jerry's versatility in the field of mathematics and science as well as in the field of football. Otter Tail Power Company - Carol Yell, Colleen Starin, Violet Teberg. Norfhwesfern Sa s ll and Door Company - Syl- van Lien and Harold Luelake. Northern Pacific Depot - Richard Nickel, Duane Tollefson and Norman Monson. 85 Wicker's Fashion Shop - Katherine Drake and Ardis Haukos. 'Ist Grade Adams School - Audrey Ander- son. Vicfor Lundoon and Company - Joyce Miller. Arneson and Larson - Gordon Holbeclz. Otter Tail Power Company - Burton Nypen 2nd Grade, Adams School - LaVonne Bor- owski. Larson's Animal Hospital - Bob Jensen. Sponsors of the i951 Otter Tales. Dr. H. A. Anderson, Dentist "' Arneson 8. Larson """'f Bible Book 8. Gift Store " Boen Bros. Grocery " Bowling Center Maid-rite ' Carlson Furniture ' Christenson's Sporting Goods H' Dalseg Studio ' Dudgeon Hultman Motor Company H Dr. Eastman, Dentist " Eatmore Cate H Fergus Cogop Creamery Ass'n "' Fergus Dairy Co-op H Fergus Jobbing ' Fergus Falls Clinic "H Fergus Floral Company ' Fosmoe Shoe Fix "' Foss-Welander Jewelry 'H' Frankoviz Hardware "' Alex Freedland insurance Agency ' General Supply " Gillespie Shoe Company H' P. H. GUST ELEVATORS - Grain, Feeds, Seeds ""' HAUBERG JEWELRY " HIAWATHA LANE " HINTGEN-KARST ELECTRIC COMPANY I' HOLTEN HARDWARE M HORD'S APPAREL "' JOHNSON BARBER SHOP " A. B. KILDE CO. "' KINNE INC. M KNOFF PETERSON HARDWARE " LAKE REGION MOTOR COMPANY H LAMPERT LUMBER CO. " LEIDAL'S JEWELRY' LES TIRE SERVICE "' VICTOR LUNDEEN AND COMPANY "' MOEN TRUCK EQUIPMENT COMPANY I' PHILIP R. MONSON, ATTORNEY " NELSON DRUG N NORBY DEPT. STORE """"' NORMANDY CAFE H OLSON AUTO ELECTRIC " ROY OLSON MELODY SHOP H' O'MEARA'S DEPT. 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