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

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J 4- V 59. if mv .1 .- ' I ,. .,,.. -- A ,ii 1 V 1 f I C, 0 Q Q91 ,Y 199 P5 ,B SS Quia TH L55 NQZBWO7 U '?X,X,L,fC,Nz'2 , CG.O+ H20 L I9 52 Q 1 41' Y - JI" Published by The Senior of the Class ergns Fergus Falls, Minnesota av' F HQ 154 Falls High School m Ill' m m m m m lu ut N ' Ill 'Ill 311 Ill 't m Nu l Acknowledgements Photograph Acknowledgements h Gudding Paui Anderson, T e hnson Dal- Mr. Photo Service, Don jo , Studios, Oxley Studios, and se g Oyloe Studios . Dedication d M Earl En an and the Science de- This year the 1952 Annual is dedicate to r. g artmenr as well as to all other scientists and science departments, past and P , present, who have made this modern world a better place in which to live! The Staff 1.4i Z. XG T D M n I , r N I S T R A T I O N Lawrence E. Wermager Edward Bechtel Superintendent principal School Board: A. A. Vollbrecht, Reno Mittelstadz, John Dieseth, L. E. Wermager, R. M. St. Clair, john J. Svenne- by, Dr. Carl J. Lund. A - ww' I W Senior H igh I-fe A FRANCIS HA LLER Secretary to Superintendent vlunx I MRS. BESS WASHB URN MRS. HELEN LARSON Secretary to Secretary to ' Principal Coordinator as T PAUL REIGSTAD MARGARET SCIIULTZ VIRGINIA FREDRICKS English XII English XI English Xl Annual Advisor junior Class Play Speech Thespians Sr. Class Play 3315" H "jar ' . ' JL-: Viz 1' -E V, I . 'I 1' X' 5 s ll MRS. MARILY MAC NIVEN MRS. GLADYS MOONEY GERTRUDE LARSON Librarian Librarian English X English XII l7- rf Q .av DONALD BOLYARD CLAYTON HAIJ MRS. LILLIAN BECHTEL Social Studies American History Modern History ' i f. N CHARLES MC COY EARL ENGAN PAUL ANDERSON American and Chemistry Biology Modern History PhYSlCS English X M, GRACE HALCRQW LARSEN SWEDELIUS HARIETT MINOR Bookkeeping Business Principals German Latin and Law -3- p iw , , Yi 1 . K M, MRS. VERA HASKELL AL LETICH NORMAN GALLOWAY Geometry Athletic Director Football Coach Higher Algebra Basketball Study Hall F Q15 is - R Q vi M- . OTIS LE GRAND Physical Education- Grade s Study Hall If A iii? 1 . A iii , HILLMAN ENGQUIST Industrial Arts Industrial Arts FAY JENSEN Girls Phys ical Education : ,I Q5 L f 9 Y E. HALVERSON Agriculture lg, JOHN HERMES Boys Physical Education FRANK HE DLUND Band Ox-che stra -Q CONRAD B LE GSTAD Choir Choraliers Glee Club .Or MRS . BERNICE HEDLUND Typips Muslc on I RUSSELL WASHBURN ETHEL HUSEBY Coordinator Related Subjects -1 C. 'L 'XJ' JEAN DILMAN Home Economics Food Department CONSTANCE ROSTAD School Nurse Stenography w F. AUDRIE BUTTKE Home Economics Clothing Departme nt Junior H igh if 'Q 1 +L- - J, yu Q' . -. ,af . -1: , :Q-4, EP! A I ALLIE V. MITCHELL junior High Principal DARLENE MIESKA Secretary to Principal 'S ,f NELS BRUDVIG Industrial Arts C. O. BARSNESS General Science IX Drivei-'s Traming Qi .FF- P THELMA MIDTHUN ELEANOR SORBEN English IX English VIII I x. .. GENE VA STE GNER Music Chorus NEOMI GRAEPP English IX Speech MAE W. PEARSON English VII Q q JOYCE BENSON IVAN CAMRUD JOE FORMICK Social Science VII Social Science Art English Natural Science speuing vu 3 1 GRETCHEN SCI'II.ICI'I'I' PAUL IACOBSON MRS. GWENDOLYN LOVERING BUSIIICSS Math Social Studies IX Social Science VIII Social Sc ience IX D. F. JOHNSON MRS. HAZEL ELLENSON MRS. AGNES ENGQUIST Algebra IX Mathematics VII Mathematics VII 112.- W, A Q ICI, X lf. DAY STAFF Alfred Svenneby Martin G. Saure Charles Burmeister no fn Fu' 'v9::: lvm V252 32.0 "ab D 253 EB f-1 U1 :U z 53 flu m Tig Sew UO5.rl: Rm mm -1 rn so UD o z WZPHUOHWCO IIILI 13- Mathematics VII NIGHT STAFF Alfred G. johnson Herbert Steinback HOT LUNCH PROGRAM Mrs. Dorothy Neuleib Mrs. Gladys Lehman Homecoming Attpndangg His Majesty ..... Paige johnson Crpuvnbearers Kathryn johnson, Chuck Hyslop, Orlena Bergstom, Hoe Thompson, Beth Hagen, Bonnie Nelson, Pat LaValley, Elaine Berge, Carol Ann Sheldahl, Phyllis Neu- man, joyce Halvorson, Sandra Slatcen. This year the slogan for Homecoming was "Stop, , Mop, Wop". Queen Peggy T and King Paige were crown- ed at an impressive coro- nation ceremony. In the afternoon the usualparade was held with a pep fest ar Skogmo's Corner. The football game in the even- ing climaxed the activities. Patty Nunn james Thompson N' MOP -15- Audrey Haldorson River Inn Coffee Shop V 0 C AD TA OY N A L Beverly Stavos Foss-Welander jewelry Allan Braatan and jack Borowski Fergus Police Kathryn Haugen Donna Hanneman McKinley School Norby's Department Store 1.16-. X sl'1 x 1 I f -mug F1 lass 0 9 E7 ROGER ANDERSON Vice -President W ROBERT BAKKEN President 'T JOYCE REIE RSON Secretary KATHRYN HAUGEN Treasurer ALBERS, FLORENCE "An all around gal" Red Cross '50, '51, 'SZS journalism '50, Otter Staff '51, '52, Library Club '51, '52, Secretary ALBERTSON, MAXINE "I haue!" S.O.T.A. '51, '52, Red Cross '51, '52 ANDERSON, DANNY "Watch out for his hidden talents" Speech '52, Football '50, '5l: Golf '50, Basketball '50, '51-3 Secretary of Class 150 ANDERSON , DORENE "I'ue got someone on my mind" Glee Club '50, '51, Chor- aliers '52, Red Cross '52, Annual Staff '52, S.O.T.A. ,52 ALBERTSON, JO ANN "Which twin has the--" Red Cross, '52 ANDERSON, CAROL "She can manage beauty, brains and a man!" Class play "Little Women" '51, Band-Concert, Marching, Pep-'51, '52, Orchestra '51, '52, Choir '51, '52, Glee Club '50, String Quartet '51, '52, Double Sextet '51, Se- nior String Quartet '51, Journalism Club '50, Otter Staff '51, '52, Speech '50, G.A.A. '50, '51, National Honor Society '51, '52, De- bate '52, Student Council '50, Treasurer, Homecoming attendant '50, Red Cross Council '50, '51, '52 ANDERSON, DENNIS "Quiet, but oh so much fun!! Basketball '50, Baseball '50, '51, '52, journalism '51, Intramural '50 ANDERSON, ELAINE "Oh those dimples!" S.O.T.A. '52, Red Cross '51, '52 Q -A 'R 44 iv-1' Sig if ol' 0 it ' 2 4 'er-lisf are mo' "'r.-'g32+"'2:-as Tf 5'-c 5' F"'ef"6 4 -' Te f, J '?fFb,,7, A 3, sq, JH 1"5ff' :gf if 5045, r --1---an Juaoflf, FDR 44iap'3Tv J 9 51-IOQRX in HIM "May we call your atten- g:HgqL UML gg 0 3 Rll"V""c tion to the following ." QOILD WV Q N0 J. a.auf""",,v51"o 'va 'vo 6, CWS: "tl", vt t-Sa Q 05090 e 4' '35f13ff"'.+ 584 ?'55'.5 Gr 'l . 'X S s 5+ 0 Q,-gf 5325 -for? '1- ' Q1 Y- ' ggi: -e,"'Q.,'e4b wt -191 ANDERSON, MARIAN "She's an alright kid" Concert band '50, '51, '52, Marching band '51, '52, Or- chestra '52g' Choraliers '52, Glee Club '50, '51, G.A.A. '50, S.O.T.A. '52, Red Cross '52. Pep Band '52 ANDERSON , ROGE R ' 'Ready with 4 helping band" Choir '50, 'Sli F.A.A. '50, '51, Choraliers '523 Vice- president of Class '52 ANDERSON , VE RNYL "The 'sugar' that makes life sweet" Glee Club '50, '51, Red Cross '51, '52, Choraliers '529 Speech '52 BAKKEN , LOREN "He may be quiet now but wait till you know him" Baseball '51, '52, Letter '5l9 Intramural '50, '51, '52g Bas- ketball B Squad '50 ANDERSON, MARLENE "Quiet except when in Un- derwood" Concert band '50, '51, '52, Marching band '50, '51, '52, Choir '513 Glee Club '50, '515 Girl's Double Quintet '513 Red Cross '52 ANDERSON, RUTH ' 'She goes Bob-B ob-B obbin' along" Glee Club '513 choir '523 s.o.r.A. '52 ARASKOG, HELEN "She works best in con- Q fusion" Q 4 Glee Club '50, Choir '51, ,, '525 Sextet '50, '513 Pep l 'SU Club '49, '50, '515 Otter " Staff '50, '51, '52, Concert ,X Band '50, '51, '52, G.A.A. " '50, '513 Oep Band '51, '525 journalism '50, Red Cross '51, '52, Marching Band '50, '51, '52 BAKKEN, ROBERT "Quick witted whiz" - ' mf " Baseball '50, '51, 'szg Presi- ' ' dent of Class '52g Student Council Secretary '5l3 Foot- ball '51, '52, Basketball '51, '52, Tennis '51, '523 National Athletic Honor Society '51 - Pres. '52, National Honor Society '51, '52, Speech '513 President of Thespians '523 Otter Staff '513 jr. Class Play "Little Women", As- sociate Editor of the Otter 4, '52 V40 , X "Miss Dillman won't be here M w I today. Something she ate."' I , I 'f -. .. I ' 4' I 1- ' ' hi' H 9 et O l I ' tl . .S I W l C X .,,, , :gf , K? ,'i .- 1 20 T BEBERG, MARY "Conversation is just one of her talents" Little Women '51g Orchestra '50, '51, '52g Choir '51, '52g Glee Club '503 Double Sex- tet '51g Otter Staff '51, '523 Annual Staff '52g journalism '50: G-A-A. '50, '519 PCP Club '50, '51, '525 National Honor Society '51, '52, Vice- Presidentg Debate '52g Stu- dent Council '52 BERGERUD, MAUREEN "Who said gentlemen pre- fer blondes?" Concert Band '50, '51, '52g Marching Band '50, '51, '523 Pep Band '50, '51, '52g Glee Club '50: Choir '51, '52g Otter Staff '51, '529 Speech '52g journalism '50g Pep Club '50, '51, Homecoming Attend- ant '51 BERGSTROM, ORLENA "That 'Or ' is solid gold' Concert Band '51, '52g March- ing Band '51, '52g Pep Band '51, '52g Orchestra '51, '52g Choraliers '529 Glee Club '51g Annual Staff '52g G.A.A. '52: S.O.T.A. '525 Homecom- ing Attendant '52 BOROWSKI, LAURA "Sophistication at its sweet- est" Library Club '51, '525 Annual Staff '52 P JF get Q .W Q 4. 8 4 r ' ' , 1 V 3 BECKER, ROSEMARIE "Beautiful green eyes" S.O.T.A. '52g Speech '52 BERGMAN, BYRON "I'm comin" Speech '50, '51, '52 BOROWSKI, IACK "Graduated with a 'Royal Flush"' Intramural '50, '51, '523 Wrestling '50, 'Sly Boxing '50 '51, '52 BRAATEN, ALLAN "Come on kids, let's have a pany!" F.F.A. '50, '51, '52 , "Gosh, they must have felt silly going around in those outfits!" BREDEHOFT, DE LORES "Sbe's always pleasant" S.O.T.A. '52 CARRISON, CHARLES "Charley my boy" lntermural basketball '50, '51 CHRISTOPHERSON, CAROLE "Cbfisty's specially. 'Flirt- ingm junior Class Play '51g Choir '51, '525 Glee Club 'S0g Otter Staff '51, '529 Speech '50, '51, '52g journalism '50g Thespians '529 G.A.A. '505 Pep Club '50, '51, '52 Cheer- leader '52 CLAUSEN, MAVLS "Good things come in small packages" S.O.T.A. '52 BREVIG, QUINTEN "O.K. Quit 'pusbin"' Basketball mgr. '525 Football mgr. '52g Choir '50, '51g Choraliers '523 Track '50g Football '505 Basketball '50g Intermural '50, '52 CARROLL, LAWRENCE "Silence betrays no man" Football '50 CLARK , VIRGINIA "Sleek and Slim" Glee Club 'sog G.A.A. '50, '51g Pep Club '51, '525 Choir '51, '52g Debate '525 S.O.T. A '52 . Dark eyed and dynamic" ee Club 50 Pep Club , '525 ournalism '505 G. . . ' , 3 oir '51, '52 CRONIN, DELORES G1 ' 5 t -S. , ,50, '51, '52g Speech '50, 51 Q A A 50 "51 Ch 'Mn Engan. I think I've got Chanel No. 5."' DANIE LSON , ETHE L "Pretty-nice" DAVIS, JOYCE "Little bundly of energy" Choil '51, '52, Glee Club '50, Otter Staff '51, '52, journal ism '50, G.A.A. '50, '51, Pep Club '51, '52, Library Club '51 DRAKE, FLORENCE "Dn1ke's u cute duck" Choraliers '52,G1ee Club '50, '51, Otter Staff '51, '52, journalism '50, G.A.A. '50, '51, Pep Club '50 '51, '52 Library Club 'S1,' '52, Red' Cross '51, '52 DUNCAN, FRANCIS "Style queen" Choraliers '52, Glee Club '50, '51, Annual Staff '52, Red Cross '52, G.A.A. '50 L W I X -mf Q.. ., inf 'ET 5 C, 'V 21: V1 . l,-1... f X ,gif , fl DAVENPORT, PEGGY " ' 'Personality, poise and patience" Glee Club '50, '51, Chor- aliers '52, Otter Staff '51, '52, Annual Staff '52, jour- nalism '50, G.A.A. '50, '51, '52, S.O.T.A. '52, Pep Club '50, '51, '52, Vice-President '51, Homecoming Queen '52 DEUTSCHMAN, BOB "A guy with a gal" Little Women '52, Choir '50, '51, Choraliers '52, journal- ism '50, Otter Staff '51, '52 DREY, MIKE "Wants ride?jj" Annual Staff '52 DYRLAND, MARY LOU "Well, the book says so" Library Club '51, '52 "'A'S'. 'A's, 'A's, all 'A's. Why can't I ever get a 'D' or an 'F'?" ERLANDSON, BERNICE " Dance, little lady, dance" Concert Band '50, '51, '52, Marching Band '50, '51, '52, Pep Band '50, '51, '52, Saxo- phone Quartet '5l, '52, Glee Club'5l,G.A.A. '52, S.O.T.A. '52 FICK, DONNA "l keep 'em guessin"' Concert Band '50, '51, '52, Marching Band '50, '51, '52, Pep Band '50, '51, '52, Choir '51, '52, Orchestra '51, '52, Glee Club '50, Otter Staff '51, '52, journalism '50, G.A.A. '52g S.O.T.A. '52, Pep Club '50, '51, '52, Debate '52, Red Cross '52, French llorn Quartet '51, '52, German Band '52 FLATICGRAFF, CAROL "Enthusiastic and efficient" Choir '52, Glee Club '51 GARBERG, BETH ' 'Euerybodys friend' ' Class Play "Little Women" '51, Concert Band '50, '51, '529 Marching Band '50, '51, '52? Pep Band '50, '5l. '52, Clmif '51, '52, Glec Club '50, OHS' Staff '51, '52, Annual Staff '52, neclam '50, '51, '523 Journalism '50, G.A.A. '50, '51, '523 PEP Club '51, '52, Debate '51, Red Cross '50, '51, '52 ini FENSKE, JANICE "Quiet as a mouse and twice as nice" S.O.T.A. '52 FICK, RO ANN "Row's favorite is 'Anchors Aweigb"' "Little Women" '51, Marching Band '50, '51, '52, Pep Band '50, '51, '52, Concert Band '50, '51, '52, Orchestra '51, '52, Choir '51, '52, Glee Club '50, Pep Club '50, '51, '52, Saxo- phone Quartet '50, '51, '52, Otter Staff '50, '51, '52, journalism '50, Thespians '51, '52, S.O.T.A. '52, Red Cross '52, German Band '52 FRITZELL, FAIRIE ANN "l am a fine musician" Concert Band '50, '51, '52, Marching Band '50, '51, '52, Pep Band '50, '51, '52, Glee Club '50, Choir '51, '52, Wood- wind Quartet '50 GE RHARDSON, GOR DON ' 'Work ba-rd, son' ' 5 wie Q. "l'd love to wear my bait like hers, but I feel I should keep BOTH eyes on Alum." RON AK'- I N GLASGOW, JOHN "johnny - the man be- hind the scenes" HAAGENSON , ROBE RT "Slightly wacky, but other- wise a good guy" HALDERSON, AUDREY "Sweet as candy" Library Club '52g S.O.T-A- '52 HALVERSON, LEONA "She doesn't talk much. but what's there lo say Concert Band '50, '51, '523 Glee Club 'SOQ Choir ' , '52g Pep Club '50, '51, 525 G.A.A. '50, Small Music Group '51 uni' p ,welsh ll Q., di '51 .Q QM' W 1 i W V s ka, N 1 G ,Q , WN W lk' v""' GOESE, HOWARD "An all around guy" HAGEN, VALDINE "Innocence is bliss" Concert Band '50 , '51, '52, Marching Band '50, '51, '52g Orchestra '52g Pep Band '50, '51, '52: Choir '51, '52g Glee Club '50, Clari- net Quartet '51, '523 Otter Staff '51, '52g journalism '50, G.A.A. '50, '51, '523 Pep Club '51, '52i Red Cross '523 Red Cross Ger- man Band '52 HALVERSON, BRUCE "Athletice - wha!'s that? Concert Band '50, '51, '525 Marching Band '50, '51, '525 Choir '50, '51, '52g Trom- bone Quartet '52g Otter Staff '519 journalism '50, Pres., Class Treasurer '50, Bas- ketball '50, '51, '525 Foot- ball '50, '51, '525 Track '50, '51, '523 National Ath- letic Honor Society '52, Treasurer HALVORSON, LUWANA "Not quantity. but quality" Pep Band '50, '51, '52g Concert Band '50 , '51, '52g Marching Band '50, '51, '525 Glee Club '50g Journalism '50g G.A.A. '50, '51, '52g Orchestra '51, '52, Otter Staff '51, '52g Pep Club '51, '52g National Honor Society '51, '52, S.0.T.A. '52g Red Cross '52 "He go! it in the end." HANNEMAN, DONNA "Me - 1 like 4 namely" Choraliers '52y Glee Club '50, '51y S.O.'I'.A. '52y Pep F U Club '50, 51, S2 HANSON, SHIRLEY "Quiet, but sbe's go! a sparkle few can match" Choraliers '52y Glee Club '50, 'Sly Otter Staff 'Sly Annual Staff '52y journalism '5Oy G. A.A. '50, '51, '52y Pep Club '50, '51, '52, Vice-President '50 HAUGEN, KATHRYN "Music, Maestro, please" Little Women 'Sly Concert Band '50, '51, '52y Marching Band '50, '51, '52y Orchestra '51, '52y Student Director of Band '52y Pep Band '50, '51, '52y Choir '51, '52y Glee Club 'S0y Clarinet Quartet '51, '52y Saxophone Quartet '52y Otter Staff '51, '529 Speech '50, '51, 'S2y journalism 'S0y G.A. A. '50, '51, '52y Class Trea- surer 'S2y Pep Club 'S0 HERMAN, MARLYS "Sbe's a wonderful gal" Entered from Campbelly G.A.A. '52y Library Club '52 24 I twskizl f . A 'Q' , Y Q' W A h 7. , 15? HANSON, ROBERT "Me? Heck. I was just foolin' around!" Choir 'S0, 'Sly Choraliers '52y Annual Staff '52 HAUGEN, KAREN "Loyal and true blue" Little Women '51y Otter Staff '51, '52y Speech '51, '52s journalism 'S0y Thespians 'S2y G.A.A. '50, '51 '523 S.0.T. A. 'szy Pep Club '51, '52 HEINL, PAT "I'ue still go! that 'sparkle' in my eyes" Choraliers '52y Glee Club '50, 'Sly Pep Club '50y G.A.A. 'S0y Thespians '51, '52y Little Women '513 Thespian Play 'Sly Otter Staff '513 Journal- ism 'SO HOLEY, DOROTHY "A friend for life" Speech '51, '52 ' 'Argyles' ' HOUG, GERRY "Who said a rolling stone gathers no Maahs?" Choraliers '52g Glee Club '50, '51, G.A.A. '50, Pep Club '50 JACOBSON, JANICE "Eueryhody's pal" Glce Club '50, G.A.A. '50, ?5?'T'A' '52g Pep Club '51, JACOBSON, VIRGINIA "Ginny with the light brown hair" Orchestra '50, '51, '525 Glee Club '50, '51, Choir '52, Speech '52, S.O.T.A. '52g Pep Club '50, G.A.A. '505 Library Club '50, Red Cross '51,'52 JOHNSON, KATHRYN "With a song in my heart" Little Women '51, Orchestra '51, '52g Sextet '50, '515 Glee Club '50g Choir '51, '52, Ot- ter Staff '51, '52, journalism '50, G.A.A. '50, S.O.T.A. '52, Pep Club '50, '51, '529 Secretary '51, S.O.T.A. Treas.g Homecoming Attendant '52 HF his 2 4 t Uflfyvrfp 0 1: Lcgnmd R605 flaau J . 51" EIQCK R D IBIS ,271 HYS LOP, CHARLES "Not too tall, but he makes up for it in talent" Class President '50, Student Council '52g Golf '51, '52, Wrestling '529 Red Cross '50, '51 JACOBSON, JEANETTE "She has so many friends she uses a filing system Glee Club '505 G.A.A. '50, '515 Pep Club '50, '519 Home- coming Attendant '51 JENNEN, VIRGIL "As the spokes come out of his mouth, so turn the wheels in his head" F.A.A. '50, '515 Wrestling '52g Track '52 JOHNSON , MERLE "Besides all that - he's cute" Choir '50, '51, '52, Speech '52g Basketball '50, Football '50, '51, '52, Track '50, '51, '52 JoHNsoN, PAIGE "Tops in all, is our King Paige" Track '50, '51, '529 Basket- ball '50, '51,'525 Homecom- ing King '513 Football '503 Speech '52 JORGENS, MARIAN "Seen but seldom beard" Glee Club '50, '52 KENYON, KEITH "Live and let live" ,., fb A-5 I I A u S1 Q JOHNSTON, MARLOW "He came tous a stranger but soon became a friend" Entered from Marshall, Band '52, Wrestling '52 KELLEC, MARGARET "Gabriel, blow your born" Concert Band '50, '51, '523 Marching Band '50, '51, '52, Pep Band '50, '51, '525 Or- chestra '50, '51, '52, Glee Club '505 Choir '51, '52, Horn Quartet '51, '52 KILDE, VIRGIL "Handsome, dashing, casa- 289 nova" KLIMEK, DARLENE KNUTSON, ROBERT "Girl of my dreams" "l'1n 4 good boy" Entered from Waubun, Minn. S.O.T.A. '52 ' ' - H+ 6 9 if 1 I W w 1. ' , 1 0795 " G' ' "Girls! A new boy moved 5 into town." in 3,1 ffv 41 H wi ll UK i281 KOWALSKI, MARJORIE "Tiny and tirnid, but so lull of pep" Speech '52 KVAM, RICHARD "0b - :bars all. just plain 'ob"' F.A.A. '51, '52 LE ABO , STANLEY "Our ski boy" Choir '50, '51, '52g Otter Staff '51, '52, Journalism '50 LEE, CAROLE "An atom blonde" Choir '51, '523 Otter Staff '51, '525 journalism '50, G. A. A. '50, '51, '52, s.o.T.A. '52g Pep Club '50, '51, '52, "Lif- tleo Women" '519 Glee Club 'S 1.1 ' 1' 4' N ly ' .QW E in , ,I - q s , 5, pw '32-, ,n 1, if , 5 -29-. KRAUSE , LEROY "His favorite song, 'Peg 0' My Heart"' Annual Staff '52, Football '50, '51, '523 Basketball '50, '51, '52s Track '50, '51, '52s Baseball '52, Choir '503 Na- tional Athletic Honor Society LARSON, PATRICIA "Making mysterious sounds on ber oboe" Concert Band '50, '51, '52, Marching Band '50, '51, '523 Y Pep Band '50, '51, 525 Wood- wind Quartet '50, '51, Annual Staff '52, S.O.T.A. '52, Or- chestra '50, '51, '52 LEDDING, HARLAN "Silence is golden - but not for me" LE MKE , WILLIAM "Waltz me around again, Willie" F.A.A. '50, '51 WA 9 - "The page for a pro." K-I V ' LOGAS, ANGELINE "Ort her, long hair looks god!! S.0.T.A. '52, Glee Club '50, '51i Choir '52 LorHEn,JANmm "The perfect secretary of tomorrow ' Annual Staff '52, S.O.T.A. '52 LYNGAAS, IEWELI. "Ol' pal of mine" "Little Women" '51, Concert Band '50, '51. '525 Marching Band '50g Choir '50, '51, '52, Otter Staff '51, journalism '50, Thespians '51, '52, Foot- ball '50, '51, '525 Basketball '50, '51, '52, Track '51, '529 Baseball '525 National Honor Society '51, 'SZQ National Athletic Honor Society '51, '52, Student Council '50, One Act Play '51 MADSEN SHIRLEY "Shirl' with a curl" Glee Club '51g Choraliers '52 X 'Q A .pf 1' if , 5 5' ed? , i '," oft he l l y 1IlI'," .QQ 1 x G Q ihx Q 'Q K kxxxl ,Q:f! JJ f Q1 .-0, .Alf Ki! lfiig-'15T:gQfiyt 130- LOHN,JACK "Golly, I hate to leave this place ---" Football '50, '51, '52, Bas- ketball '50, Speech '52, jour- nalism '50 LUEBKE, SHIRLEY "She has a 'ke' to every- body's troubles" Choir '51, '523 Glee Club '50, Double Sextet '519 An- IH-vil Staff '52, G.A.A. '50, '51, '525 Pep Club '523 Red Cross '50, '51, '52 MC CROSSIN, BEVERLY "Nutty as a fruitcalle and just as good." MAVIS, KATHRYN "Sbe's quiet but she's there" "A senior back in I935." W 'A senior back in l935." MELBY, KATHLEEN "A busy little bee" Choraliers '523 Glee Club '50, '51, s.o.T.A. '52 MEYER, DAVID "Meyer, a nice person" F.F.A. '50, '51, '523 F.A.A. Basketball '51, '52, F.A.A. President '52 MILLER, HAROLD "The end of the journey is now in sight" F.A.A. '50, '51, '52, Feet- beu '50, '52, Debate '515 Wrestling '51, '52 MOE, DENNIS "Women don't appreciate me' Football '50, '51, '529 Track Q f ,., ,. M e,.,w ,, , 5 ,, 1 , '51, '52: Wrestling '52 x I X 5 If A Q . 3+ 1 31 .. MESSENGER, HELEN "Oh - so much pep!" Choir '51, '52, Glee Club '50, Otter Staff '51, '529 Speech '50, '51,'52g journalism '50 G.A.A. '50, '51, '52, Pep Club '50, '51 , '52 MILLER, GERALDINE "She has a feather con- stantly tickling her funny bone." Orchestra '50, '51, '52g Glee Club '50, Choir '51, '52, Pep Club '51, '52 MOBRATEN , MARIE "Cutie pie" Marching Band '51, '523 Con- cert Band '50, '51, '523 G. A.A. '50g Red Cross Council '52 MOE, WALLACE "Happy-go-lucky" F.A.A. '50, '51, '52 "A senior in 1995." Z MOLTER, WAYNE "A likable guy" MUTH, CONNIE "Sbe's a jolly one" NE LSON, DONNA "Quiet until you get to now ber" NELSON, FLORENCE "Tbere's a 'Flo' of good will around ber" G.A.A. '525 S.O.T.A. '52 eff J F lfL.':'fI I1-I Sq j ec- ' .V ., z el as f L 9 Q K3 T321 MUCHOW, NORMA "Shy and sweet" Glee Club '51, '52 NE HK, MARILYN "Sbe's tbe pep in pepper" Glee Club '515 Choraliers '52 NELSON, DWIGHT "O wbat a. bandsome guy!" Football '50, '51, '52g Speech '52g Wrestling '52 NELSON, LEROY "Easy going" F.A.A. '50, '51, '52 Teacher arriving at 8:00." NE LSON , PATRICIA "l've got rings on my fin- gers" Choraliers '52: Glee Club '50, '51g Annual Staff '525 Speech '50, G.A.A. '50, '51, '523 S.O.T.A. '52 OLSON, CORRINE "If silence were golden. Keeny would be a pamper" Glee Club '50, '51q Speech '51, '525 Choraliers '52 OYEN, JOHN "Old soldiers never die" Concert Band '50, '51, '52, Marching Band '51, '52, Pep Band '51, '523 Otter staff '5l5 journalism '50, Football '50, '51, '525 Basketball '50, Wrestling '51, '52 PAULSON, Lois "Miles of smiles and gal- lons of wit" at w I 9 4 4 l , , 2 4, Xt 1 . I- if NIBBE, LOWELL , "He studies 'cause it's fun" F.A.A. '50, '51, '52 ORDAL, MERLYN . "His brain ticks along at a mile a minute. Think- " ing up jokes" Stage Manager of junior Class Play '51g Choir '50, '51, '52g 4 .',,., 'O' Otter Staff '51, '52g journal- Q, ism '50g Thespians '52, Inter- mural '50g Football '50g Track ,So V! PAINTNER, ROSALIND "A Rose by any other name---" Orchestra '50, '51, '529 Glee Club '50s Choir '51, '525 G. A.A. '50, '525 Pep Club '51 PAULSON, SANFORD "Man's best friend? Sandy" F.A.A. '50, '51, '52 J' "Teacher leaving at 4:00." PETERSON, PAULINE "Her drawing power is ber drawing power" PUSHING, GWEN "I'm gonna' dance off botb my shoes" Glee Club '50, Choir '51, '52, Double Sextet '51, Otter Staff '51, '52, Speech '51, Journalism '50, G.A.A. '50, 51, S.O.T.A. '52, Pep Club '50, '51, '529 Student Coun- eil - Treas. '51, Cheerleader E 52 ROVANG, ELLEN "Personality plus" Choraliers '52, Glee Club '50, '51, Annual Staff '52, s.o.T.A. 'sz , A C H- '33 lf , 5393-EJ Z- Z- ?. S. I, ,A 5 u-4 l e lf.ISZ" ' PETTERSON, BARBARA "Sbe's a witty one" Concert Band '50, '51, '52, Marching Band '50, '51, '52, Glee Club '50, Choir '51, '52, G.A.A. '50, Girls' Quintet '51, Red Cross '52, Red Cross German Band '52, Chorus '50 QUE RNEMOEN , GERALD ' 'Lilceable loafer' ' REIERSON, JOYCE "Unspoken words are my virtue" Otter Staff '51, '52, Journal- ism '50, G.A.A. '50, '51, Pep Club '50, '51, '52i Class Of- ficer-Sec. '52, jr. Red Cross Council '51, '52 RYAN, NOEL "I'ue got a touch of Blar- ney in my veins" Orchestra '50, '51, '52, Choir '51, '52, Glee Club '50, Dou- ble Sexzer '51, One: Staff '51, '52, Speech '51, '52, journalism '50, G.A.A. '50, '51, '52s Pep Club '50, '51, '52, Debate '52 SATEREN, ELMER "That's just Elrner's tune" Intramural '52 SCHMIDT, EUGENE "Men of few words are of- ten the best" SCHWARZ, LUCILLE "A smile for every oc- casion" Transferred from Breckenridge, A Library Club '51, '52 SILBE RNAGE L, FRED "G0SlJ, he's a friendly guy' I 'N A 4 , 1' , is 5 -1, M 1 an X We A N 'Rf .-cs' SCHMIDT, DELORES "Another gal with rings on her fingers " SCHMIDT, MAXINE "Efficient Maxine" Glee Club '50, Choir '51, 'SZQ Annual Staff '52 SHE LDAHL, MARGARET "Euansuille's beauty" Entered from Evansville, March ing Band '51, '52g Pep Band '51, '525 Concert Band '51, '52g Annual Staff '52, S.O.T. A- '52 SMITH, VERNA MAE "Always willing to lend a willing band" S.O.T.A. '52 "The party was a flop last night. All the girls came so there wasn't anyone to talk about!" SNYDER, GENE "just call me 'giggles"' Choraliers '525 Glee Club '50 '51, ouef Staff '51, :52,' Speech '52, Journalism 505 Pep Club '5l: Red Cross '5 0, '51, '52 SPRANGER, GLORIA "Shine on. Glo. shine on ' Class Play "Little Women" '51g Orchestra '50, '51, '52S le lub ' 0 Choir G C C 5 5 ,511 '52, String Quartet '52, Otter Staff '51, '52, Speech '50, es '51, '52, journalism '50g Th ,plans 50, 51,, 525' G-A-A- 5o, Pep Club so, 51, '52, Cheerleader '5 1, '52, Red Cross '51 STAVOS, BEVERLY "That goes to show that red hair can be beautiful" Choraliers '525 Glee Club '50, '51, Otter Staff '51, '52, journalism '50, G.A.A. '50, S.O.T.A. '52, Red Cross '50, '51 '52 STOCK, PATRICIA "Fascinating and friendly" Glee Club '50, '5l5 Choral- iers '52, S.O.T.A. '52i All' nual Staff '52 Y 1 ie.: A 1 'N 5,5114 H lt mv Q I in f' SPERATI, PETER "And then there's Peter" SPRENGER, PAT "Quiet, but oh. so good- nat ured' ' STOCK, JANET "Miles of smiles" Glee Club '50, '51 SWENSON, JACK "Well, I came bere to learn, didn't I" junior Class Play "Little Women " '51, Concert Band '50, '51, '52: Marching Band '50, '51, '52, Pep Band '50, '51, '52: Choir '50, '51, '52, Boys' Octet '50g Otter Staff '51, '525 Journalism '50, Nat. Honor Society '51, '52, Thes- pians '52, Debate '51, Class Officer-Treas. '51: Red Cross Council '50, '51, '52, Boy's State '51, Delegate to NSPA Convention '-'We got it!! The learn that rs. ' SYNSTELIAN, EA VON "Tiny and even a bit timid" Glee Club '50g Choir '51, '52g Small Music Group '51 TENNEY, ADELLA "'Friendliness' is her middle name" Annual Staff '52 THOMPSON, JOE Gene Krupa s chief competi- tion. Junior Class Play '51g Concert Baud '50 '51 '52g Pep Band 51 52'Ch0ir 50 51 Boys quartet 50' Orchestra '50 Otter Staff '51 '523 journalism 50' Thespians 52' Debate 51 9 1? WK. '50, '5l,, '52g, Marching Band 'gpg L ,H , 150, 1 , v ,, 1 , 1 , 752: , I 7 Y , l ! 7 7 ' Y ! 7 ' ! 52' junior Class Pres 51'Stu- dent Council Pres. '52g Home- coming Attendant '52g Wrestling '52 TJADEN, IRENE "Bright, busy, and pleasant" Choraliers '52g Glee Club '50, '51g Otter Staff '51, '52g jour- nalism '50g Pep Club '51 if if K ,L at Q -- 1 li , 0 Q O of l-as I TATE, NANCY "There are few as friendly as Nancy" S.O.T.A. '525 Red Cross '51 THOM, PHYLLIS "Beautiful eyes and smile to match" Glee Club '50, '51g Choir '52g Otter Staff '51, '52g Journalism '50g S.O.T.A. '52g Pres.g Pep Club '50, '51, '525 Homecoming Attendant '50 THORESON, TRUMAN "I'ue always been a 'Trueman' F.A.A. '50, '51g Football '50 TOLLEFSON, CONNIE "Ain't she sweet--" Glee Club '50g journalism '50g Choir '51, '525 Library Club '51, '52 "Did you say 10 hours?" TDRGERSON, PAUL "Handsome, isn't be?" F.A-A. '50, '51, '52 TROSVIG, LLOYD "He tried, and made it" Annual Staff '52, Intramural '50, '51, '52 VALLEVAND, VERNON "A typical red bead, minus tbe temper" Speech '52 VOLLBRECHT, DICK "A real swell guy" F.A.A. '50, '51, '52 47 F mf 1 f' A 4' .Q Q f 1 P 1' A Fil !j'l'.l I 1 ' A 0" f fl J .. 33 - TOSO, DICK "A bit in any crowd" "Little Women" '51, Basket- ball '50, '52, Football '50, '515 Track '51g Wrestling '52 TROSVIG, ROMONA ' 'Sweet Romana" VIGER, KATHLEEN "Hey, good loolcin"' Concert Band '50, '51, '523 Marching Band '50, '51, '525 Pep Band '51, '525 Annual Staff 'szg s.o.'r.A. '52 WAHLGREN, ALBIN "He bas a 'bin' full of wit" "Student arriving at 8:00." WAHLGREN, ALICE "Sugar, spice, and euery- thing nice" WE IBY , SHANNON "'Weiby' here when there's other places to go" WIENBAR, LESTER "The boy with the shining smile" WILSON, DENNIS "He has a station wagon, but it's mostly stationary" Orchestra '50, '51, '52g Foot- ball '50 . ' ' 3 .. .,, , . if it 'iv . I 5 if . I ,,...-.- ai r ' 1 U, , 0 - ' ,f flf MQ LL-QU. , I I 1, N ' I I J .-JJQQQQ --.'?- , ,, , 'i'3::'YQT1:, on 'K' ,f W,"3kl'x?-'41l3w:IQK'Q. 2" ,-:25S:2E:, ?.bvf:s+RX, ffl:-nf-Q,-G-:8:.fFa4 f :safari V .o ,xxx..-,-- .sfo--,,.iw .-xv .-3.-gvt! Ms .t--,H i Q!og9-g:.'f--Q,x"-:.--Qs'..'JvF?.'--:Q-5-. -f, '32-.QT--x -.'-WQNQXT-'-'-'W"Q-rr,-:jafqg'-:-Q-5'-245329,-:-:,fi2:gg.:::---' f get 1 ff we , 3 WEGNER, KENNETH "Calm and carefree" F.F.A. '50, '51, '52 WESTERBERG, RAYMOND "He laughs with you, not at youll .F.A. '50, '51 WILLARD, LE LAND "Great men ave seldom ap- preciated" Cheerleader '50, Declamation '50, '52, Debate '52, Student Council '51: Wrestling '52gGold- en Gloves '51, '52 'WILSON, NILA KAY "Her interests cover a wide variety of territory--a man!" Student Director of "Little Wo- Women" '51, Concert Band '50, '51 '51, '52gMarching Band '50, , '52g Pep Band '50, '51, '525 Clarinet Quartet '51, '52g Or- chestra '52g Annual Staff '525 Pep Club '52, National Honor Society '51, '52-Pres. '52, Red Cross '50, '51, '52 "Student leaving at 4:00. " WRIGHT, MARION ' 'Efferuescent and efficient" Lanier Class Play '51, arching Band '50, '51, '52, Concert Band '50, '51, '52gPep Band '50 '51, '52, Orchestra '52g Choraliers '52, Otter Staff '51, '52, G.A.A. '50, '525 Journalism '503 Thespians '51, '52, Pep Club '50, '51, '52 ZENNER, ELOUISE "So mucb to do and so little time" gunior Class Play '51, hespian Play '51 - Stu- dent Director, Orchestra '50, '51, '52, Glee Club '50g Choir '51 '52g Senior String Ensemble '52, Otter Staff '51, '52, Speech '51, Journalism '505 Thespians 51, '52 - Vice Pres., G.A. A. '50g Pep Club '51, '52g Natl. Honor Society '51, '52g Debate '51, '52, Girl's State '51 J: Class Color: Green and White Class Flower: Rose YOUNG, WALLACE "You can start now, I'm bere Marching Band '51, '52g F.F.A. 50, '51, '52 ZIMMER, WILLIAM "Willing worker" F.F.A. '50, '51 Class Motto: "Wisdom is only found in truth." Class Advisors: Donald Bolyard E. J. Halverson Mrs. Bernice Hedlund Gertrude Larson Margaret Schultz ..40 -.. X I x ks , X X an , Q rv , 1, ,,., vi, A, Af- X X . vdfqx ,i nb 1 X g s Class Qffivvrs Junior lass Student Council Momlrers Class Advisers President - Clair Haugen Daryl Davenport Mrs, Bechtel Vice President - jerry Nagel Leonard Sage Miss Halcfow Secretary - Arnold johnson Ingvarda Nelson Mr, Anderson Treasurer - Dan Muchow Mr. Swedelius Miss Minor Miss Fredricks Mr. Engquist "Cheaper By the Dozen" was a record breaking play put on by the Class of '53. They also won the plaque at Homecoming for the best float. The junior-Senior Banquet held in the First English Church was just as mucha smash hit as their play. .T421 's -I .iii-. ophomore Class nf, W Class Officers Student Council Members f , if' lClass Advisers President - Doris Pederson john Budack , Mr. McCoy Vice President - Bill Shaffer Dorothy Doble 7,1 A Mrs. Haskell Secretary - Larry Rugg Joyce Nelson JQXLA X Mrs. Mac Niven 'Qeasurer - Louis Jacobson ,' X Miss Huseby J The Sophomores gave a very entertaining home- coming skit. The setting was an afternoon at the Normandy after football practice. The object was to show the importance of keeping in training and how school spirit was needed. They drank no cokes or sweets, but filled up with school spirit. The Sophomore cheerleaders gave some cheers and the boys naturally "Mopped Wop". Their two lovely attendents were Elaine Berge and Pat LaValley. F Xp X- N1 Ns. Freshman Class l44T Eighth Grade Seventh Grade s.4' 1 x af. 'mi Fr N IT I . C4 si 5 z Q E f . 5,1 I' SF, .5 .3 f Ts 5 9' ., ,Q . A I Standing, left to right: Al Letich, assistant coach, J. Budack, J. Lohn, M. F L. Krause, D. Sachs, j. Nagel, D. Ash, D. Strand. Fi- li 'ii' I -. vi! eatherstone, D. Olson, Middle row, left to right: j. liovland, W. Washburn, D. Muchow, B. Bakken, D. Moe, D. Nelson, B. Frahm, j. Oyen, Norm Galloway, head coach. Front row, left to right: Q. Brevig, student manager, C. Aruge, D. Larson, B. Halverson, J. Lyn- gaas, K. Hopponen, D. Brandon. Football This year the Otter football team ended the season with 1 win and 7 losses. The game with Detroit Lakes was called off as there was too much snow to play the game. This year Valley City and Moorhead were tied for the Minn-Kota Championship with Faiigo placing second, Wahpeton, third, Fergus Fallsg fourth, and Breckenridge, fifth. il "A" SQUAD FOOTBALL Fergus Falls O Alexandria 12 Fergus Falls 13 Valley City 24 Fergus Falls 6 Moorhead 18 Fergus Falls 13 Fargo 20 Fergus Falls 6 Wahpeton 15 Fergus Falls 13 Breckenridge 6 Fergus Faxlls 12 East Grand Forks18 Fergus Falls 7 Brainerd 20 Fergus Falls Detroit Lakes fno gamej National Athletic Honor Society Front ro Back row, left to right: Mac Featherstone Bobb Bakken Leroy Krause Bruce llalverson Jewell Lyngaas w, left to right: john Rian Danny Olson jerry Nagel Danny Muchow john Hermes, A1 Letich, Norm Galloway Senior Football Letterman Le Roy Krause Merle johnson Dwight Nelson jack Lohn Dennis Moe fi 1 , X jewell Lyngaas 5 Bruce Halvorson Q? ij oo Student Manager Quinton Brevig jack Oyen Robert Bakken ,Iamor Football Letterman Wilbur Washburn Duane Sachs john Budack Bobby Frahm Football quad Back row left to ngbt john Hermes B Thompson N Bakken B Schaffer G. Aune, J. Thorn- dahl J Wught L Huges B Andstrom G Nrcklemoe B Lundeen Don Bolyard. Middle row le I to rxgbt B Lyngaas G Brophy M Olson B Larson A Gorton, P. Fry, D. Front row le t to rzgbt E Guenrnch R Adelsman Mascot Bozo W Washburn, j. Budack, P. Football " 99 quad CF' 'AB 12. 1555 Front row, left to right: Rosengren, Adelsman, Severn, Kilde, Drake, Pecha, Spranger. Middle row, left to right: Garberg, Hamlow, Shorter, Stasvold, Nycklemoe, Anderson, llysjuleen, Anderson, Bakken, Fossen. Back row, left to right: Hanson, Fjeld, Opsahl, Ohmen, Larson, Trenne, Wright, Neuleib, Halver- son, Everett. Coaches: Mr. Engquist, Mr. Camrud. Track Wrestlers ffwf' 4 Rc N 'WWW Back row, left to right: P. johnson, L. Krause, B. Halverson. Front row, left to right: M. johnson, D. Lar- son, Q. Brevig, D. Brandon. Back row, left to Eng Coach, Clayton Haij M. johnson, V. jennen, M. Featherstone, D Nelson, D. Moe, M. Johnston, K. Hoppenen W. Bredehoft. Front row, left to right: D. Davenport, D johnson, A. Mobtaten, D. Anderson, D. Han son. C. Hvslop, D. Strand. Sql Basketball FED- . ..,. ..- ., -.. ,- ga-f5?T'i ..v4..s.vf? , .. P I YJ' Coach Letich, J. Lyngaas, L. Krause, L. Waylander, B. Halverson, D. Olson, Student manager, Q. Brevig, D. Larson, R. Adelsman, G. Sawyer, B. Bakken, J. Nagel, P. Kloster. Fergus Falls 53 Wahpcton 37 Fergus Falls 35 Valley City 34 Fergus Falls 49 Fargo 42 Fergus Falls 63 Barnesville 41 Fergus Falls 49 Moorhead SO Fergus F1lls 32 Detroit Lakes 'jl Fergus Falls '51 Alexandria 73 Fergus Falls 53 Gilbert 45 Fergus Falls 44 Bemidgi Sl Fergus Falls 33 Elbow Lake 34 Fergus Falls 36 Breckenridge 44 Fergus Falls 36 Wahpeton 34 Fergus Falls 45 Moorhead 48 Fergus Falls S9 Pelican Rapids 40 Fergus Falls 35 Breckenridge S5 Fergus Falls 39 Uetroit Lakes 46 Fergus Falls 48 Fargo 54 Fergus Falls 80 Perham 19 Fergus Falls 37 Alexandria 36 .-S21 Le Roy Krause Bruce Halverson W., 5 few mu Dale Larson in sr, 'Lf as jerry Nagel ,,,, WW Basketball quad Jewell Lyngaas fr' Lowell Waylander r 4 Q - 31 Paul Kloster if x -V X. lE9r Nw , Bobb Bakken beorge Sawyer Q l 'asf Danny Olson Russ Adelsman 'Z S5 f l 4 Basketball M 9' S uad all Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Back row. left to right: J. Wright, V. Mittelstadt, R. lielander, j. Budack, R. Adelsman, Coach john Hermes Front row, left to right: D. Larson, B. Shaffer, L. lluse, N. Bakken, D. Bogen Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Wahpeton Fargo Barnesville Moorhead Detroit Lakes Detroit Lakes Alexandria Elbow Lake Wahpeton Moorhead Pelican Perham Alexandria Breckenridge Breckenridge Fargo Basketball "CQ, Squad The "C" Squad has come quite a ways this year under the coaching of Norm Galloway. The entire squad is composed of Freshmen who will compose the "A" team of the next few years. ln the fourth annual "C" squad tournament which was com- posed of Breckenridge, Wahpeton, Morris, and Fergus Falls, Fergus Falls placed first by defeating Breckenridge in the last few seconds of the game. Back row, left to right: P. Noyes, A. Schultz, J. Kruger, A Gorton, G. Raymond, B. Thompson Second row, left to right: U. Tate, Gingrich, S. Bromberg D. llovland, J. Brophy Front row, left to right: D. Lomberg, D. Lightfoot, P. Larson Not pictured: B. Myaer, M. Olson .. 54 1 'LTI' . . RWM? i f '5 2'Q.'fhif' - Q. 9.,,l:114"ff2-TI? .nz gf, 'Q x f Nl '-1' '- -f wx is fan. X H, , . KL .:'. . ,.-:.4.H.,i,A,xi.:. g 2 era.. is 1 : .EF - "pu 2 3' L L' f" . . 1-91 r' ' e- ' L' . 1. Q- A'A " 1 L ., - 'Q tee L I 4 , - if .Q '31 'J L' . Mil li' . 4' L 5 I ' , ff, F.. 4. . , , -,-,. . I ,. - - - .KTER . T V I 9 D .x o sf .qi 2,9 'V qt WHS M 75419 01 mai . lf Q wavy ' 'Q -, v , ' ,,.., . xx .. . ' ,-. K A t I - 6 L 1 . - 2 - .. "fl f f - an Q- C . 4 H Va f T.. 1 G 'f" ' X " fl . eeet 4 H Q .K f 1 5 ",I ' V , 1 Q . V, .V K ,, . .2 Q 1 C- C Al C Ql Q 511:05 - -'TTf4g,, -3 .ir J 'x .x,1,',p,,A: fl' Baseball Team Back row, left to right: Coach Hermes, G. Nagel, G. Sawyer, D. Wilde, W. Larson, L. Bak ken, K. Hopponen, B. Moody 4 1 Front row: B. Bakken, 1. Ryan, D. Larson, W. Mesna, D. Schutz, B. Jensen, G. Hanson D. Hanson Tennis Bobb Bakken A George Sawyer . :iw :jf l This year the T.H. ri.: QW 1 johnson and Bruce 1 Q-'E fgf' , award went to Bruce N l 9, ,L Halverson, an allround ' athlete. Congratula- 1' Zlll tions Bruce! Golf Golf Team " F Chuck Hyslop Y fy. H ly i ait Q. i G. A. A. G.A.A. means Girls' Athletic Association, and this group really is an associa- tion of athletic and energetic girls. If you happen to be around near the Girls' Gym after 4 o'clock on Thursday evenings, you will probably see or hear them participating in either volleyball, basketball, or deck tennis. Other sports which they enjoy participating in are softball, bowling, tennis, ice skating, roller skat- ing, hiking, skiing, and tobogganing. Sounds like fun, doesn't it? President - Orleana Bergstrom Secretary - Peggy Davenport Vice President - Margaret johnson Treasurer - Marlys Swenson a 5 f ,af .1- 27 if X gh 946 N me 59' P50 B Gwen Push ing, Carolyn Lund, Gloria Spranger, and Pauline Nelson. UQ CO E Q -A I QE F UDDUMUPFJFEMMIO womorA.'-- ng,-O02 o"""::::U"-i ,-.9'."'Q'o-U' Egoa' -nm 5055532- ...-c,.,, nm.-, "WOO ro ONQ""'5V7-1 gif'-Q,,.mg-'T :Tm 'U Ewggg e3:?2'2 WY! manor: ,,"' mwnnghmg ,."lm'-T-T.-."'n wggmgi-2-0 0 ru 9 lrifs--f-mg --nmw U, 0070000 :ww-co, VDD.-U1--3 D. ... .-. N Qgwwlfgn r:mID'.:7 LQ' " 5G-,-1"S- .-.5'rov,-'Urn 5' cn'm" mn.-.O....oU' s4:'Eo3""'v'3 mf'0QwQm-. Nfig On! ,-,"qqW-:GD .lIJs..:-v7r'll I Fo O TBALL SEAS ON Pauline Nelson, Gwen Pushing, Carole Christop- herson, Nancy Jensen, Carolyn Lund, and Gloria Spranger. Junior High Cheerleaders Sylvia Ilage, Judy Snyder, Sally Enderson, jo Ann Vore, and Janice llalland. 'P . Xa x.. X N X M W Mi XXX. Lf O ,. D- , ff 'N gf t X X! X fx 6' If ' Lf SIC QYIP o X Jr :au V, nj! egg ., - ,, 4.5 i Band Under the direction of Mr. lledlund, the Fergus Falls lligh School Band has been in great demand and has received many compliments during the past year. With Pat Norby as head majorette, the marching band played and put on performances at the home football games. They have marched in many parades such as the Homecoming Parade and many others. The Concert Band has made many fine public appearances and has play- ed a variety of pieces such as the overture, "Calif of Bagdadf' "The Blue Danube Waltz," "The Turkish Pau-o1,"a comic number called "The Bullfrog and The Cricket," and a variety of marches such as "King Cot- ton" and " The Thunderer. " -60.. ep Band The Pep Band was divided into three groups, the "A", "B" and "C" Bands with the "A" Band playing at every home game and the "B" and "C" Bands al- ternating. With Kathryn Haugen and joe Thompson as student directors, the Pep Band has provided entertainment and shown good school spirit at the basketball games this past year. Majorettes: Pat Norby, Head Majorette Beth Hagen janet Rosengren Janice Grant Shirley Lundeen ' Under the leadership of Pat Norby, these girls have led the Fergus Falls Marching Band through many parades and half-time performances during the football season. They have also shown an example of their talents at the half-time of several basketball games. -61.- l J String Trio Ann Marie Fetvedt, judy Lund and Barbara Allison. itil AL rchestra The High School Orchestra under the direction of Mr. Hedlund has made much progress and put on many performances during the past year. The Orchestra, like the Band, plays a great variety of pieces, including such numbers as "The Way You Look Tonight", "Over The Rain bow", "Cuban Holiday", "Prominade", and "Andante Cantabalieu from the "Fifth Symphony" String Quartet Carol Anderson, Invar- da Nelson, Lee Ann Irgens and Pat Norby. 1.62.- horaliers String Quartet Mabeth Saure, Bethany Beberg, Rosemary johnson, and Ruth Sowden. Trontbone Quartet jimmy Danielson, Max Feather- stone, Bruce Halverson, and Franklin Schulz. S 1 4 Choir String Quartet Carole Anderson, Gloria Sprang- er, Elouise Zenner, and Kathryn johnson. Saxophone Quartet Pat La Valley, Kathryn Haugen, Ro Ann Fick, and Bernice Er- landson. Glee Club 'X Frenrh Horn Quartet Virginia Viger, Carol Anderson, Donna Fick, Margaret Kellec., Tru mpe t Trio Perry Campbell Paul Kloster, Daryl Davenport, Clarinet Quartet Valdine Hagen, Kathryn Haugen, Nila Wilson, Luwana Halvorson. Pep Club The Pep Club consists of girls who really like to yell. They support the cheer- leaders and the team at all of the games, from their specially reserved section of the bleachers. ' President - Phyllis Thom Vice President - Diane Anderson Secretary-Treasurer - Gloria Holten -56- fi . M 11' .1 -1. 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"' 3 .1 -A, Q f i X ls E gy 7 Q . fp -C fx fczfx . , Annual Editor-in-chief: Shirley jean lianson Associate Editors: Mary Beberg Janice Lother Class Editors: Laura Borowski Peggy Davenport Nila Kay Wilson Business Staff: Maxine Schmidt Orlena Bergstrom Lloyd Trosvig Shirley Luebke Robert Hanson Adella Tenney Staff Feature Editors Feature Editors: Beth Garberg Pat Larson Margaret Sheldahl Pat Nelson Sports Editors: Mike Drey Cnot in LeRoy Krause Frances Duncan Typists: Ellen Rovang Kathleen Viger Par Stock Dorene Anderson Advisor: Miss Margaret Schultz picturel T711 Typis ts Business Stqff 1 fi Editors 'asa-ra Spar ts Editors tter Staf Editor-in-chief: jack Swenson Associate editor: Bobb Bakken News Editors: Elouise Zenner Joyce Reierson Helen Messenger Diane Brandon Feature Editors: Carol Anderson janet Rosengren Business Manager: Karen Haugen Sports Editors: Bob Deutschman Clair Haugen Copy Readers: llee Ann Irgens Luwana llalvorson Pauline Nelson Marlys Swenson junior High News: Irene Tjaden Art Editor: Mary Beberg Mila Slatten Music News Editor: Kathryn Haugen Shopping the Shops: Kathryn johnson Barbara johnson Photography: Stan Leabo Donald johnson Circulation Managers: Helen Araskog Florence Albers Judy Lund Beth Garberg Pat lleinl Gene Synder Noel Ryan jean Larson Advertising Managers: Merlyn Ordahl Carole Lee Joyce Davis Vennie Ronning Franklin Schultz Tvpists Kc Copy Readers ima '44 l M '72 MX, ,A-""' Photographers and Editors Reporters: Typists: Advisor: Maureen Bergerud Carol Christopherson Peggy Davenport Beth Hagen Sally Hanson Gloria Spranger Marion Wright Arnie johnson Barbara Allison Arvis Garberg Ann Marie Fetvedt Daryl Davenport Kathleen Hanson Kathleen Connell joe Thompson Gwen Pushing Valdine Hagen Ro Ann Fick Beverly Stavos Phyl Thom Marjean Nord Donna Fick Mary Mark Donna Aune Paul M. Reigstad Reporters Business Stqff Cireulation and Exrhange Junior Class Pla GGCIIPGPPT By The Dozen," Director ....... . . Miss Virginia Fredrlcks Student Director . .... Ingvarda Nelson Stage Manager ..... . Paul Klosrer Mr. Gilbreth . . . . Mrs. Gilbreth . . . . Ernestine . . . Frank .... jackie . . Dan... Bill . . . Ann . . . Lillian . . Cast Clair Haugen Lee Ann Irgens Pat Norby Arnold Johnson Alan Scroeder Keirh llopponen David Sundberg janet Rosengren Vennie Ronning -74 Martha ...... . . Mrs. Fitzgerral Dr. Burton . . . joe Scales .. . Miss Brill . Larry .... Fred . . Miss Virginia Fredricks Diane Brandon Yvonne Van Sickle Paul Kloster Franklin Schulz Marlene Jacobs Gordon Fick Daryl Davenport Back row. left to right: Arnold johnson, Clair Haugen, Jewell Lyngaas, jack Swenson, Robert Bakken, Merlyn Ordahl Front row: Gloria Spranger, LeAnn Irgens, Diane Brandon, janet Rosengren, Carol Christopherson, Irigvarda Nelson, Pat Hernl Karen Haugen, Pat Norby, Eloise enner, Marion Wright, Ro Ann Ficlc. Thespians I Spanarelle, a woodcutter . . . Martine, his wife . . . .. . Robert, a neighbor .... Guonte, a wealthy man . . . Valeu, servant to Guonte . . Lucas, servant to Guonte . . . Jacqueline, Lucas' Wife . . . . Lucinde, Guonte's Daughter . Leandre, in love with Lucinde Thibaut, an old man ...... Perrin, his son .... ..... Maids ........ is 4430. l "DOCTOR IN SPITE OF llIMSELF" Thespian Play Cast joe Thompson Gloria Spranger, Eloise Zenner jack Swenson Clair llaugen Daryl Davenport Tony Preus Pat Norby, RoAnn Fick janet Rosengren, Marion Wright Arnold Johnson Dudd Willard Franklin Shulz Pat Heinl, Carol Christopherson Under the.direction of Miss Fredricks, the Thespians put on a splendid play this year entitled "Doctor in Spite of Himself". Because of the small number of girl parts in the play, a double cast was used alternating their performances. On March 26 the Thes- pians attended the One Act Play Contest in Barnsville, Minnesota. Their troupe number TRY -OUTS Senior Play Cast Dr. Haggett . Susan Haggett Abby . ..... . Mrs. Ha ggett . . Ada Haggett . . Warren Creamer Tallant . . . . . Rosen . . . . Davenport . . . Paul Reigstad "The Late Christopher Bean' .. .- un...- Director - Mr. Paul Reigstad Marlow Johnston Vernyl Anderson Carol Anderson Beth Garberg Gwen Pushing Merle johnson Jewell 'Lyngaas Dick Toso joe Thompson Debate We are proud of the Fergus Falls debate team. They came home with the trophy from the regional debate in Moorhead this year. The question for 1952 was Resolved: That all American citizens should be sub- ject to conscription for essential service in time of war. The team: joe Thompson, Elouise Zenner, Claire Haugen and lngvarda Nelson. janet Rosengren and Tony Preus were the two alternates. Mr. Donald Bolyard is coach. - 2. Kita si ll pn li pa ee!!! Journalism lub E Librar lub Future Farmers 0 America A national organization for high school boys interested in vocational agricul- ture and animal husbandry. The officers are: President, Dave Meyerg Vice-Presi- dent, Allan Bjorgo, Secretary, Paul Torgersong Treasurer, Dick Vollbrechtg Re- porter, Allen Schroeder. Mr. E. J. Halverson advises this group. ata The Secretaries of Tomorrow represent the "esprit de corps" of the secretarial field. The S.O.T.A. Club is composed of 41 girls who plan secretarial ca- reers. They meet every other Wednesday evening and have as their guests special speakers on various fields. They are advised by Miss Huseby. President - Phyl Thom Vice-President - Peggy Davenport Secretary - Ro Ann Fick Treasurer - Kathy johnson Red C ross Council The Red Cross Council has a German Band this year, the first in its history They are planning an exchange visit with Winnipeg, sending chests, and making scrapbooks. Also, they have given programs at the State Hospital and made nut cups. Mrs. Bechtel is the Red Cross Council advisor. tudent Council Student Council Members joe Thompson, Pres. Ingvarda Nelson Charles llyslop john Budack Mary Beberg Joyce Nelson Leonard Sage Dorothy Doble Daryl Davenport Advisors: Mr. Engan, Mr. Swede- lius, Mrs. Mac Niven. Beth Garberg Vernyl Anderson Red Cross and Patricia Larson Horcl's Ready to Wear Carole Christopherson High School - Chemistry Gene Snyder Rosemarie Becker, Marian jorgens O'Meara's Department Store Helen Araskog McKinley School 1.80.- .nn .1 v ffegax ' 'SLK' Q -Q . - - 1 K X Q . XXX, r lI"7 .1 , H 1' ' . f . ' 1 ' 5 4fZTJ' " V '- K"-X , A lV""'s I -3.- ,I . ,A .X Back row, left to fight: Bobb Bakken, jack Swenson, Jewell Lyngaas Front row: Luwana Halverson, Carol Anderson, Eloise Zenner, Mary Beberg, Nila Wilson ational Honor ociet SPRING MEMBERS Back row, left to right: Chuck Hyslop, joe Thompson, Mac Featherstone, Clair Haugen, Danny Muchow,jerry Nagel. Front row, left to right: Janice Lother, Mau- reen Bergerud, lngvarda Nelson, Maxine Schmidt, Kathryn llaugen, Shirley llanson, Orlena Bergstrom, Valdine llagen, Peggy Davenport. Not pictured: Mar- ion Wright, Lee Ann Irgens, and Barbara Allison. This year the National Honor Society promoted a program through which the members earned badges, they also performed their yearly tasks of cleaning the trophy case, ushering parents at P.T.A., and initia- ting new members. The advisor of NHS is Don Bolyardg Officers are president, Carol Anderson, vice-president, Elouise Zennerg secretary-treasurer, Luwana Halverson. ,A ., , Q 'l f' Y? I Valdictorians in front: jack Swenson and Carol Anderson Salutatorians in back, left to right: E. Zenner, M. Beberg, J. Rierson, and J. Lother Honor Students Back row, left to right: Dick Voll- brecht, Orlena Bergstrom, Kathryn Haugen, Shirley Hanson, Irene Tia- den, William Zimmer. Front row, left to right: Carole Lee, Luwana Halverson, Valdine Hagen, Maxine Schmidt. . ' 1 1 f 'i ,V 1 CAROL ANDERSON Carol's our charmingubook of know- led e" and very active in eighteen difgerent organizations fwe counted themlj Unanimously we felt she was truly representative. Our sin- cerest congratulations, Carol! J OE TH OMPSON Vive la Moliere! What an actor our joe turned out to be! Besides he can wrestle, debate, orate, beat a drum, and attend kings with dignity. Congratulations, Joe, you deserve it! 'L-2 he A ELOUISE ZENNER Another unanimous choice! One of the "Martine-es" in the Thespian Play, a successful debatet, and the "hand that rocks the cradle" for the Otter Staff. There isn't room for her other accomplishments. She was a "natural" for the representa- tive senior award. BOBB BAKKEN Another natural! The hard-working Co-editor of the well-known Otter, football half-back: basketball for- ward, Thespian member, and presi- dent of the National Athletic Honor Society. What more could a Senior voter look for in a candidate? Con- gratulations, Bobb. 'Ev N' -1 Awards JACK SWENSON V. F. W. The most deserving boy and girl who excel in scholarship, courage, leadership, and loyalty are present- ed the V.F.W. Award. This year their classmates chose Carol Ander- son and Bobb Bakken. Do A Q Rl W ..... E LOUISE ZENNER Because of equal skill in science and mathematics, the Bausch-Lomb Award was given to two students of outstanding ability, Jack Swenson and Carol Anderson. ,851 I iii ' BOBB BAKKEN For het exceptionally high stand- ards of dependability, service, lead- ership, and ability, Eloui se was presented the highest tribute "given to any girl", the D.A.R. Award. I , CAROL ANDE RSON Vocational fi Orleana Bergstrom High School - Typing 11' Nila Wilson High School - History X Lois Paulson Darlene Klimek Hi h School - Biology Hi h School - Steno ra h 8 8 B P Y ff?a"Fl' 31 l SS . y v 1 gil, A . 4w'.!,L-W4 ' ,N X g X. -36- The following list of business firms have patronized us - please patronize them Dr. H. A. Anderson, Dentist "' Arneson 6: Larson """""" Pete Barry's Barbershop "' Bible Book 8: Gift Store "' Boen Bros. Grocery' City Cafe 8: Bakery' Dudgeon Motors "4 Dr. Eastman, Dentist "' Eatmore Cafe N Fergus Co-op Creamery Ass'n. 4' Fergus jobbing "' Fergus Falls Clinic """"' Fergus Theater "' Fosmoe Shoe Fix "' Gamble Store 'H' General Supply "' Gillespie Shoe Company ""' Hauberg jewelry " l-lintgen-Karst Electric Company "' Holten Hardware """ Hord's Apparel "' A. B. Kilde Co. "' Les' Tire Service 4' Leida1's Jewelers' Victor Lundeen 8: Co. "' Madsen's 'P' Philip R. Monson, Lawyer "' Muggs Ice Cream 8: Townsend Record Shop " Nelson Drugs """ .-87-.. Bill Nelson Oil Co. " Nelson Brothers Printing ' Drs. Nelson, Britt, 8: Johnson "' Norby Dept. Store "U" Normandy Cafe U O'Meara's Dept. Store """"" Ottertail Power """'f' Oxley Studios ' Oyloe Studios "" J. C. Penney Co. ""' Rasmussen Cafe " Red Owl Stores, Inc. " Claude S. Reitan, Realtor' Rovang's jewelry U" Roy Olson Melody Shop " Service Food Market "' 7-0 Service ' Sigelman Hide 8: Fur ' Skogmo's Cafe " St. Clair 8z Gunderson """"" Sweet Shoppe " Town 8: Country Dairy ' A. A. Vollbrecht " Wagner's Army Sz Navy Surplus Store "' Waylander Chiropractic Clin Wicker's Fashion Shop " Willer 8: Teisberg ' Donations of S 2.50 1 5.00 li 7.50 "N 10.00 "0 -3g... ic' H nv v v ,J 'fr --, -'11, 1' 9.1-35.5. V ,,: V' I .. M, ,- A f L- . - nb.-ln ' ' 'r eww,-,N , . ' 1- ' . - fm I - - +A 1' wg, , . 1 ... 'tx , .-.. - -, ' V. .1 ' ul Y.. Bf1?iffgj?1?'i+1fwf'4.:i.E?31f?T1.'gg . 34 ,H ' ai?-452.8 'W Q --f-1 215,-14 .. .f . ff, .I A F - 1 A, jx .V - ,vl rx.,-1,.!.. M5 Z ':. N 4 l Lin it gy: TREES' ax gilt' Xfffill . 59, ...Q . . ...v ,5n4.,., .1 . 11 . n.. ' ' Jlf- - V- ' '1:- .f lj"Z. 1' N 1 IL '- .13 ,, Vinvgy.. -'.f 'wi :jx . .:1"4," ': r , E 1 4, N, 5, U ' : ' 'J l,Qi.r, ' f .- .i'1.f I - - ,,- - V, ' 1:1 :sv , S. 5' grasp .., .,4. 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