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

 - Class of 1956

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S CDTTER TALES Of 1956 SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL E Q Eu M Th ROOSEVELT PARK EUNHNTS XJIUIHISII' lll0l1 Somers llss Org, lIllllIl0llS XILISIL Npurts P hotographlc 'xCkl'1OW1CdgCmCl1IS Oxlcy Studios 03100 Stuchos Cuddxng, Photo Su vue ll1lsLlLNrud1os Clarcncel Ice 3 C ILU I C 16 IC 1 C I C' 1 C 7 x ' 1 ' .mi lu ' Ity '...................... Pig' Q A 5 .................................... Pzg 11 C . ,'.' cs ................................... P. gg' 57 Activities ................................. Page 45 'Q ' 5 ....................,....... . . . Pkg 55 , ' ........................... ....,.. . P. g f Q f .................................... Pkg' T' whose talent 9dLl'1flCC and dewotxon to Ins work opened for us hxs Students a true .apprecxluon of our musxcal her1ta5e sp-nr IS UEU EWU 10 A ,fl 4 f f tx Ng! 4 X, I R if ,, 3. X ff'--a .Af fx ,. i' ,X f N L lo- 4 u if Nw- l L in f""E 'wx Rf ""'1 ms , fi R 4 X!! 5 This annual will continue to grow in importance and interest during the years ahead. It is another of these American traditions which emphasizes the reality of each individua1's opportunity to develop and grow in a free society. It is a testimony of our so- ciety's interest in each individual, and an example of allowing each person to develop to the best of his ability. Most of you have accepted the challenge and have whole- heartedly attempted to build yourself into fine school citizens. This will reflect later in your community citizenship wherein you can repay the community's investment in you. Congratulations upon the completion of your training here,and the completion of this splendid record of your activities and ach- ievements. We hope that you continue to grow and develop and serve as a living testimony that this Community's trust in you and in its democratic way of life will be defended and secured by your life. gmigmgglgg :...i..fii21iGER -d""""" Chester Rosengren, Mel Olson, A. A. Vollbrecht, L. li. Wermager, john Diese-th, Dr. Carl Lund Dr. Kenneth Severn. This annual is a record of your school life. Through it you will be able to review the school activities and to determine to what extent you have profited from its curricular and extra-cur- ricular offerings. Have you accepted the challenges which the school has of- fered? Have you done your best? Will the community's faith in you be realized? We can use the annual as a rough guide I0 determine Ollf strength and weaknesses. To the underclassmen- another annual and another chance to change the record. To the graduating senior, a justifiable pride in work done and an opportunity for further growth. EDWARD W. BECHTEL 1 6 -' Principal gf 7.1 SWANHILD AALGAARD BYRON F BRAY Engllsh XI Speech Englxsll XII HX Q' ,,. PAUL ANDERSON NELS A BRUDVIG B lolggy Industnal Arts MRS PEARLN BERGE C? Eng11shX H1storyX XI DUANE BAGLIEN MRS MURIEL CURTIS Hlstory X Basketball Coach Home Economics ,,, CONRAD G BLEGSTAD Vocal Muslc MRS LILLIAN BECHTLL EARL R ENGAN Wofld H15f0fY Chemxstry Physics 7 .nc I xv! V li. flu 722 , ,f ' . fl I ff f 'Q . sqm I 3 15 '1 Q 7 V: ' Q15 I I ' i l '- , ww I . . s si " s I lim W 1 0 ' I , HILLMAN V ENGQUIST lndustnal Arts 4' I J IIAIVI-RSN JOE FORMICK Arts and Crafts Voc Agnc ul! ure JOHN III RMLS Boy s Phys ical Educ vp I l'IlI' L HUSEBY Stenography Typmg 5 ,el I ?- J i ' I 3. . U- 1 o , - ' xi .uw I a- ' MRS. VERA HASKELI. I 4 ' ' l 1 ,- 71 v I . ' if 3 ia -i - - x NORMAN C GALLOWAY Football Coach Athletic Dxrector T L RAI I IIAI C ROW Bookkeepmg Mat he mat IC s I RANK C III'DI UND Orch lnsnr Musxc S -v-" AI IRI1D JACOBS Musxc Band I'AY JPNSEN Girls Physical Fduc DARRELL KIRBY English XI 1 JOYCE KOWA LSKI Secretary GERTRUDE LARSON I xbrary ROBERT R MEAD Social Studies XII HARRIE T M INOR German Latin LVANGELINE QUAM English X ALICE ROGDE Home Economncs 9 CONSTANCE ROSTAD School Nurse 3 SUSANNE TJORNHOM Typlng RUSSELL WASHBURN Vocatxonal Coordnnaror DOUGLAS M WIL LSON Commercial . . A- 3 ' A N. I ' if ,. L W I . - .' ' . - - 1 ' :V 3 . w V: In EMUHUA ANU MMNTENANEE 1 Leonard Anderson Charles Bur- mersrer Carl Muchow Ws if Q Mrs Ma nuson Mrs Anderson Mrs Rmgsra Mrs Thompson Mrs Sha Not pictured Mrs Wrck Lloyd Helland Henry johnson I0 A Q 64 Q. . f . A W 4 Q -gs. s 1 .z S N is 1 s n I 5. . V14 N ,na II MSE UHIEEHS Presrdent jerry Knudtson Vrce Presrdent Nrcky Bakken Secre tary Rrchard Quam Treasurer Ronald Rrngstad C1355 Colors Charcoal and Mmt Green Class Flowers Whrte Orchld Class Motto Today s Seniors Tomorrow s Crtrzens CLASS ADVISORS Fay Jensen E Halverson Grace Halcrow Robert Mead bertrude Larson Byron Bray Advlsor ards student Rus sell W aslrburn -ful I9 ' . . - nw! M . , . -fu' 1- - sol n - new ,. . . .,., . ,. r .. -...- 1. .K - .Q um. . .-. .. ,. fi , , M ,,,,,, - ' -1-la wr.-,mr 4 Aki W roar 0 .41 J.. , , - -M ll -- , - . n rl, I ,..... , . x 'vnu J ' l in , . Y., A - U v - I H Q . v , . . , . . 7 A nun that blushes rs not qurte a brute Lhorrsters 1,2 Basketball 1 KENNETH ADELSMAN Fast man on the passes rn football that rs Football 2 3 Basketball I Baseball 2 3 Golf 2 3 Concert Band I 2 3 Marchmg Band 2 Choral ters 1 Intramural 2 3 1 Q ROGER ADELSMAN 'She has a way wrth every one her sparkle makes her lots of fun Glee Clubl Orch 1 2 3 C horrsters 2 3 SOTA GAA 2 3 Small Group 2 CAROL ALBERS Slrde along o her h appy song ch 1 2 3 G Club 1 Choir 2 SOTA 3 GAA 2 3 Marchrng Band E 3 Concert Band l tx' Pep Band 1 2 3 Brass Sextet l 2 Sec Soph Class 'A lrttle red harr now and then rs relrshed by the best of men Red Crossl 2 FTA1 2 ter 2 Joumalrsm Club 1 Glee Club 1 Chor- 1sters2 Chou 3 Thes plans 3 Pep Club 1, 2 3 Band Concert Marchrn 3 Pep 1 2 Sm F Group 2 jr Class Play Everythrng she does she does well, and she does everythrng Band Marchrng Concert P p 1 2 3 Flute trro 2 Orch 1 2 3 Symphonette TA 1 horr 1 Strxng Group 2 3 Small D bare 1 2 3 NHS 2 3 Cross 1 2 3 Class Play 2 journalrsm Ot er 2 3 Annual 3 Student Councrl 3 unll 81 Scroll 2 3 Thesprans 2 3 Thespran Pla 3 Speech 2, 3 Grrls tate Alternate 2 My car and my skres and I m off on a breeze Intramural 1 2 We lost a swell guy rn Bob Transferred to Mrnneapolrs, Mmnesom JEAN ALLEN IANET ALLISON '-v'7' Nd H ARLAN A LSTAD 1' ,I MARIORIE ALBERS ROBERT AMUNDSON QI 1 K ' ' ' 'H - ' . . .77 1 . 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I m never late That s just my shadow shpprng rn Footballl Intramural 2 3 -of gui DAVID A NDERSON uretness IS only one f her trarts Glee Club 1 Chorrsters 2 Chou 3 Small Group 2 FTA 1 2 3 Sota 3 'ar JANICE A NDERSON God loves em all dol Chorallers 1 Chou 2 Basketball 1 Football Intramural 2 B Baseball 2 Red Cross Semor Sk1t 3 ROBERT L ANDERSON No samt perhaps but t e best of chaps 8 DuWAYNE ARNESON Three fxghts' Now let's everybody yell' journalism 1 Otter 2 3 jr Red Cross 1 2 3 Band Marchm Concert 1 2 3 Glee Cfub 1 Choir 2 3 Student Councrl 1 ep Club 1 2 3 Annual 3 NHS 2 3 Debate 2 Homecommg attendant 2 3 Cheer-lead 1 2 3 FTA 1 Sm Group 2 Thespmns 3 That electnc spark f our class Choxr I 2 Chonsters 3 Concert Band 12 3 Pep Band 12 Radlo Club 1 2,3 Orch 1 2 3 Thespmns 123 NHS23 Otter23 Sclence Club 2 3 jr Class Play 1 2 3 Sr Class Play 1 2 3 Thesp1anPlay1 2 3 Annual 2 3 Photography Edrtor My halt shmes hke a penny I wrsh that Ihad many Basketball 1 Baseball 2 Choralrers 1 2 Annual 3 Intramural 1 2 Seamstress of not only clothes Pep Club 3 Annual 3 GAA 12 3 Red Cross 2 3 FTA 2 3 SOTA 3 Lrbrary Club JO ANN ARNESON Q1 RICHARD BAKER 'Ar' 40' RICHARD BAKKEN MARLYS BARTE LS 1 1 11 ' ' ' ' - 11 11 L' 1 1 ' . 1 , Q 14 ' , 1 1 1 ' u 1 I 7 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 ' 1 5 S ' ' 1 1 ' . ms , , 9 . 9 all 1 . :QQ ' ' 0 U . 0 X . ,,, H . 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" its DONALD BOESE Grve me a car and let me go far Chorallers I Chorr 2 FBI3 "Hey en mlg ty 'Q DENNIS BOGEN as ge GERMAINE BREDEHOFT Lxfe of the class but death of the teachers Chorrsters 3 Choxr 2 Small Group 2 Senror Class Play BEVERLY BULLOCK A! ,I I f ' 7 1 Y if 91, 1 ' I Q 3 1 l ., Q- 1- Q Hai ti' 5, i 'if' w 4 .. Q rr - H Y ' ' . -I, ,y - S . U 5 . S - 1 - - f Y Y . 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' - 16 - PATRICIA DANIELSON a 'W 9 413 GEN F DONLFY Name the sport shes got rt GAA 2 3 Choralrers 2 3 Glee Club 1 Pep Club 5 DIANE ECHELBERGER 36m ,44' GARY ECKLEY 31 ,ff I can t get up wrth the sun I stay out to late wrth the daughter A I r C ass Play 2 Radlo Club 2 Annual 3 Worry and I have never met A12 But who lrkes to work FBI 2 Qt BERNARR FIELD When wnll you young punks learn to respect a man7" 71 Choralrers 1 Chou 2 3 Band I 2 Football I Bas ,fr ketball I Intramural 2 SHELDON FOSSEN He llblow hrs way through lrfe on a trumpet. FS Chorrsters 2 Chorr 3 J Class Plaw 2 Band Con cert Marchmg Pep I 2 3 Orcn 1 2 3 Trumpet Trro 3 Brass Sextet 2 Thesprans 2 3 Annual3 Brass uartet 2 Jr Red Cross 2 3 Thespran Play 3 Sr Class Play 3 Small Group 2 4- CARLTQN 1-ERBER CARY FROEHLICH Who me? I never sard a Short as a busy day d W' SOTA 3 Concert Bandl 7 3 Cho rrstersl 2 3 Basketball ..-I DONALD FICK I 7 ARVALEE FRONNING f gg y rt - .11 K ' .sr I 2 I I , 1 3 ' ,Us ' I, if 1 - u ' . 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I I I ' ' .45 I ' I 3 xv Old wrestlers never dre they re yust pmned away FFA1 2 3 Wrestl1ng2 3 IORILN FRONNING She gains her know ledge rn a carefree way Glee Club 1 Choralrers 2 Chorlsters 3 Annual 3 JUNEAL GERHARDSON Tcharkovsky and a salted nut roll Glee Club 1 Chorrsters Chorr 3 Small Group Annual Edrtor 3 GAA Otter 2 3 journalrsm Red Cross 2 SOTA 3 u1ll and Scroll 3 ALLYN GOESE Where angels fear t tread l have been Chorahers 1 Chou' 2 3 If Class Play Sr Class Play Bowlrng League 2 BARCLAY GREENE CHA Wrth a song rn my heart Chou 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 Pep Club 2 3 Small Group 2 3 jr Red Cross 3 Annual 3 FTA I tr s no Speech l FLLEN GREENWOOD Why jrmmy wouldn t do anythrng to drsrupt class' FBI 3 Annual '27, iw, JAMES GUDDINC Her settrng soft musrc and low lxghts Glee Club 1 Choralrers CAROL GUNDBERC He wasn t made for clxmb mg the tree of knowledge "'J"' ll ' rr - - 11 7 ' ' n ' a , y Q . v . , Q 1 r v , Q Q 1 . a 2 - l, A., Q ' .2 v 2, 39 G 1 T 11 29 V 3 " ' - xr ' Q A ' in - - ,In - .6 : I QQ . 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Library Club 2 3' GAA l 2 3' Pep Club 3' Annual 3' Red Cross 3' SOTA 3' Student Council 2 .55 ELAINE GUNDERSON JOYCE HALVERSON Q.-4 JOHN GUSTAFSON 'Q' SYLVIA HAGE 'lt nsn t what you do 1 s what you get away wxth Transferred from Anoka Lhoul 2 3 bmall Group 2 3 Annuall 3 Tennxs 2 ' Why talk about nt Let do nt Band Concert, Marching 1 2 3 Head Mayorettel 2 3 ourmhsml Otter hoxrl 2 3 Cheer- jr Red Cmssl 2 3 FTA 2 Sr Class Play Guls Tno 1 2 Double Sextet 2 3 Speech 1 Homecommg Attendant 3 Annual 3 A blush IS beautnful but often mconvenxent Glee Club 1 Chonsters 3 Chorahers 2 Red Cross 3 Annual 3 Pep Club 3 A 1 3 SOTA Homecommg Attendant 1 I want to be bashful ut the guls won t let me Basketball I 2 3 F009 b 1 2 3 rack 1 2 3 Choralxers 1 Chonstets 'She manages wxthou a Sadxe Hawkms day GAA 2 Pep Club 3 Home- commg Attendant 1 Glee Club 1 Chonsters 2 3 Oh my Bonme Lass Glee Club 1 GAA 12 3 Chonsters 2 Chou' Small Group 2 3 Pep Club 3 Annual 3 Red Cross 3 SOTA 3 ,,,-1 RICHARD HALVE RSON BEVERLY HALVORSON fw 'I'-v"" -5 IOANN HALVERSON BONNIE HANSON A1 " " 4' ,Y 3 7 7 7 B , . , .t, tt .b .7 .,, ' 1 un K 'la all , . . - N ' all , , g all , , , g A s' , 3 7 Y 7, 9 I 1 - S 1 I f 2,3- 3 O I l ' - is Q I t a,, I ' -YY -G 1 1- 3 . 9 Q 3 -4 33, E . 1 7 3, Q 1 y 1 Q leading 3a Pep Club 1, 35 591-A 3, 1!' 5 : Y I Y 3, v. 3 , , s 21 33 - - n . . 5, . 5 ' ' 35, 'V S ' s :Y Q . . ' 3 . J' A GA , 2, Q 3: ' ' ' K A . . , cr DANNY HANSON ni' 1 INNAEA HANSON MAXHNF HANSOIN I A 'O' QHIRI l'Y HALCI brngrn and dancrn and 3 little romancrn' Choralrers 2 5 Basket ball I Football 2 3 Base 2 3 Intramural Hot Toddy rn Carnegre Hall Choralrers 1 Chorr 2 3 FTA l jourmlrsm 1 Otter 2 3 Band Concert and Marchrngl 2 3 Pep Band 3 Sma Group 2 Orchestra 1 2 3 Home comrng Attendant 2 Red C-rossl 2 GAA 1 2 But lm not gorng to a secretary' Band Concert Marchrng 1 3 Pep Band 2 3 c estra 1 2 Brass Group 2 Choralrers orr 2 5 A SOTA 3 My trme done come at last Concert Band l 7 3 Man a wrcked wrnk she wunk A 12 Pep Club 1 Choralrers 1 Chou' 2 3 Class Play Z Sr Cass Play 4 GAA 2 Band Con CCF! Marchrng 1 2 3 P chestra 1 2 3 Annual 3 Small Group 2 3 r R d C ross 2 Hey Who ate my Toast Poastres7 Chorr 1 2 3 gf Cond I0 N-ORC' Always out for 1 good ,bury Q lub 4 gc trme Tell me now rs that pep Club 3 a cr1me" 'J Football 12 Basketball l Intramural 2 3 DI ANE HILLM 3' jANI1T HENSCH 'nes A RDFIN HONRUD MILTON HOVLA ND Q!" i ' Y lik ' .YI ' ' .1! K ' ,, 'A J ' t' Q ,Q I - an A ' ball V, 2,3. '9 6.1, so A rr ' ' H . . X A A K .rr A yy, A ' ' 9 1 ' , 9 FT , 2 I :Za ', 3 Q 3 9 , 9 jr. , sl - 4 - 1 2, A ,ll Y Y 1 31 , l ' , , ,.: 0 . 1 1 1 Q JL S 1 1 1 , , J. e,1 x 1 z .- . tv 1 ' b rv ff, 'B T ,, , J ' 1 . 1 Q I , ,V. A. M 2, 3 , 5 Or- ', 'a Q h 1 1 6 ' 9 ' 14 Y- Ch ' , g GA 1, 55 A T 1 1 v , If lg 2 1 K WTA 34 ' 1 ,. 7' 'f A' D . lv I u if 2 , ,Y U . v Q smlschlevfsui mald My dream man s looks W 0 never 3 31 aren t hld by books Sleil glut' 1 Chou 2 3 Choralrers 1 2 Chorrsters ma 'OUP 2 3 Basketball 1 Football l Track I Intramural I MY RNA HUGHES The only way to learn IS to ask questrons 5 Orchestra l 2 Pe Club l3Cho1rl23 TA13 Small Group 2 3 Short n Sweet Choralrers I 2 3 Speech 1 2 3 Sr C ass Play 3 Annual 3 BARBARA HUI TMAN If love were lrfe Id llve Tests may come and tests forever may go but I m asleep so .Al ,of MILTON HYSJULIILN Football 1 Basketball commg Attendant 3 Ahh And now on greater thmgs ournalrsm 1 Otter Editor ln chxef 2 Sports Edrtor r Red Cross 1 2 Band Concert Marchmg e l 2 C oxr l Orchestral 2 3 Brass I don't know Basketball 1 2 3 FFA 1 2 There comes a ume 1 every man s llfe Band-Concert Marchmg 2 3 P p and 2 3 Class Play 2 Scxence Club 2 3 'lhespnans 3 Thespxan Play 2 jr Skrt Sextet 1 Studer! Councxl NHS 2 3 uxll an Scroll 2 3 Boys State 2 All State Orchestra 2 TOM HYSLOP I DARRELL IVE RSON ANGELINE JACOBS DAVID JOHNSON LANCE JOHNSON H ' ' ' u 1 - v 1 V 1 - '91 , , 'H Q 5 9 ' , 4 - ,Q - l . l x eg ' 1 Y -4 " ' u 1 .ls ' ll , ' 1, ,Q J rg I 1 v ' - 2 I , 9 , , 1 FP ,s ' ' ' . 7 J , I X X O 'Ark 'o W A ' N ' , ' ' 1: u,' . Y O X . 1 , n , 7 ' - 1 9 7 2,3g.Baseball l,2,3g Homel- , , 5 y . ', :'5 .5 ' l qv 1 RY' f 2 f 71 I N I0 xr n . , . uoule ,' ii . J ' 3 ' . , . - . I . 5 . 3. J , 11 u 3 e sf Jr- ' ' 7 ' , Y 7 u I ' 1 1 . ' ' . ' P P , ,3a h , 2, 35 -" . u -' , 7 1 Q ' 2. 1 , . 3? 1 Q Q d ,', 1 S S ',l i. 2 '-- ,nf MYROIN JOHNSON Si VERNON IOHNSON Q9 ROGER KELLER Y D ONNA KENNEDY His Dish-Sports and a blonde. Football-Student Manager 1 2 3'Basketba11-Student Managerl 2 3' Concert nd12 3'Choir12 . School nt s theu tate to teach me mme to learn Choralrels 1 Chonsters 2 3 Wrestling 3 Lover 1n Levls FFA12 3 Football 3 You can manufacture blonds but red hau' comes natural Glee Club 1 Choralrers 2 3 SOTA 3 A smile as contagious as yawn. Glee Club 1' Choraliers 2 3' SOTA 3. 'v-' , A hot rod Hollywood man Chorahers 1 FBI club 3 Intramural 2 Orchestra 2 Dramatxc and Dynamrc FTA 1 Orchestra 1 2 3 Concert B nd 1 2 3 G CC ub 1 Chou' 2 3 C Club 1 2 3 jr Red Cross 1 2 3 Otte 2 ournalrsm 1 nnual 3 Small Group 2 3 Sr Class Play 3 really hurry I ust haven t learned to start on time Chorahers 1 jr Slut 2 'Yi DONNA KENYON T' RODNEY KILDE JANICE KINNE x 3 A MBROSE KLINNE RT fi ,Y fl a ,U 3- , Y , v , BH , , v , ,3 , 'I l 1 tt 'r ' rr - 71 . ,, 1, Y is . 9 ' 9 q 'Wy t ,Q . v -in 'J A 1. .3. 3, 4 A 'Q ' ' .lf 'Q - ' 'Y L , ,S - g , , 9 , sr a A, , 9 1 ' 5 Cl 3 , SP P - -1' - -5- Y Y 7 ' ' 3' , A 9 I SJ '37 fl 9 9 , : - - IQ . nl ' , I I, - ' n x 9 ' , ' ' ' A W. An all around grrl Band I 2 FTA 1 3 Chor- rsters 3 Chorallers 2 Glee Club 1 GAA 1 E1 J ANNE TTE KNACKENDOF FEL Women are worthless un less you ve got one ,vw 5: Intramural 2 3 Choralrers 2 Chorrsters 3 Track 2 3 JAMES KNAPP I talked to a gu-I once Ioumalrsm Club I Student Council 1 2 Utter 2 3 r Class Play Sr C.IassPres NHS 2 3 Track 1 2 3 Stud ent Manager lull and Scroll 3 Band Concert Marchmg' Pep 1 2 3 Or- chestra 1 2 3 Golf 2 Ten nrs 2 3 "1 if JERRY G KNUDTSON 'It worries me to beat the band to hem- krds say that school s gfafld FBI 3 'Q' When Im down and out I thxnk about Pep Club 3 ulet and unassuming unless you know her Glee Club I Choir 2 3 SOTA3 There s a glrnt rn her eye Everybody s pal GAA 1 2 3 jr Red Cross 2 FBI 3 3 MARDE LL KNUTSON IANE KOEP LIN ANITA KOESTE R GERALD 'I' KNUTSON BARBARA LARSON U lu ' .U u 3 . H 1 Q, . , 3 . S 2 . 9 9 - , ' S - 'HJ of V "db , If X-.sf KY - KIQ ' ' Q 1 11 -11 - "' I I , 3 ' 3 , 5 ' 3 1 1 ' ' x .44 1 Ak 'v. N.-- , A It - . 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' ' 4 ,. x ' 92' 1 RICHARD NELSON ii Ii ROSALIE NFLSON Niefn WILBURN NELSON 1 SYLVIA NOK LEBY Dead eye DICI4 Chou' I 2 3 If grgles were unlawful I d spend my llfe rn yall Stung Group 2 Chorr 3 Journalrsm 1 lOtter 2 3 Pep Club 2 3 FTA 3 Ir Red Crossl 2 3 Student Council 2 Orchestra 12 3 Sr Class Play 3 Glee Club 1 Chorlsters 2 Every man IS great yust Band Concert Marching l 2 Choralners 2 Chor nsters 3 Scrence Club 2 3 Thespnans 2 3 Speech I jr Class Play 2 Annu al 3 Thespran Play 3 She s lrttle So ns dyna mxte Glee Club 1 Choralners 2 Chonsters 3 Tudy frurttr IS my favor- rte drsh Choxr 1 2 3 Concert Band 12 3 Basketball 1 Foot ball 12 3 Student Conn C112 Annual 3 Intramural 2 3 Small Group 2 NAHS One grrl I sure want on my s 1 e Lrbrary Club 12 3 GAA 2 3 ournalrsm 2 Otter 3 SOTA 3 FBI 3 Hxs eyelashes could any grrls heart FBI 2 3 If you re patlent I ll get rt all sa1d Chou 1 2 3 Band Concert 1 2 3 Marchmg 1 2 DAVID NYCKLEMOE 'WY-Ik 1 CAROL OBERDICK PATRICK O KEEFE Pep 23 Intramural 2 3 DENNIS OLSON S' H . ,y Q, - . . . - ' n Q . . 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Ed, , s I , 5, : , QQ 1 9 1 - MAREN SOLUM GERALDINE SORBEN E LIZABETH SOWDEN 5 She takes the t out of can t Debate 1 Scxence Club 2 Re ross 1 Annual 3 Glee Club Chonster 2 3 r Class Play 3 Thesplans 3 Band Concert, Marchmg 1 Pep 3 Ot:ter2 3 journal tsm 1 Small Group 2 Speech 1 Radto Club 3 ov tal 1osh1ng Gerry t Red Cross 2 3 rClass lay 2 Otter Annual 3 Speech 2 3 Thesprans 3 Sr Class Play 3 Beths a sweet kxd no nuddm Band 1 Orchestra 1 2 3 jr Red Cross 12 Speech 1 2 Pep Club 2 3 Cham ber Group 3 Glee Club 1 Chonsters 2 Chou 3 S0- TA 3 r h art not ln work lt s somewhere else 1 rary Club Club 3 CAA 2 SOTA3 'Ihe lxght that lxes xn a woman s eyes hes Football 1 2 Cross Coun y-Q f 7 try 3 Concert Band 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 Golf 2 Why should llfe all labor Basketball 1 2 3 Base 1 Tennls Footba l 2 string Glee Clubl Chorxsters o1r C Annual 3 Small Group 2 Sr Class Play3 Shes a wxtty one and that she lS Clee Club 1 Chorxsters Orchestra l 2 3 Red Cross 3 Small Group 2 Symphonette 2 Annual 3 CAA 3 v BYRON STADSVOLD l' ONARD STI NSRUDI 47 N1 RRY STOCK 'bp ARDIS l l Allxl SPPNCLR IOIS SLNDBLRC 11 1 1 u 4 ' ' ' , i y yy 1 - ' 'yn I Q . 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H' ' , Always wrllm to lend a helpmg hand C lee I lub l C horallers 2 Chorrsters 3 FBI 3 vllv your QVARF The poker of all Cards Football 3 Traclcl Intra mural 1 3 DAVID TATI: Another gal wrth a rlng on her fmger Clee Club l Choralrers 1' C ONNII TI- ISBI- RG Jolly and cute and clever to boot Glee Club 1 oumalrsm I Chou 2 GAA 2 uret rn appearance wxth motrve unknown GAA 1 T3 HFI ILIN THOM Do nothrng youll have to struggle hard 'K' ST7' D AVID THOMPSON Neat nlce and nifty flee Club 1 Chorallers 7 Chorrsters 3 FBI 3 Sh,- GFRALDINF TJOSTLI SON Gotta get some shut eye FFAIZ3 'I Orchestral 2 3 Otter2 .Q 3 SOTA 3 jr Class Trea surer 2 Small Group 2 Homecommg Slut 3 IRIS THOEN NIARI OW TOLI I- FSON N ' A H . . . W' - 'Q Q, in np ,Q 3 - 1 Q ll ' - J g Q '. ,g 4 V, -I' -v-' K Il ' 77 Il ' . 7 K . Y 71 A Q 5 - q 1 Q or 1 ' fr "N 'ii fig I liz' Q y ,, . . ,, , . . H ' .IP , , . . 1 5 ' 1 9 - - - . a 2,3. " f' ' V fs VT: A-r -... A 'J Q 2 1 3 ' 4 I 4 , I 7 ' K u ex 'X . 11 X, 11 X I .A . . 2 J ' ' ' ' 4 I I y M 9 , 39 , 3s .5 e 'ig M s 9 I s ' . k 9 9 - - gt H - , A f A I f, LA VON TOMI INSON ,pr ROGER TWEDT MARLYS UDSE TH 95 sb LaRAE VANCE SVPe SOTA 3 Chorlsters Chou 2 3 GAA 1 2 3 I llke work ll fascm ates me I could s1t and look at rt for hours 2 3 Annual 3 Class Play Chorallersl Choxr 23 Basketball 1 Poxse and Personality Choralrers 2 You see flrrtatron rn my eyes but lseldom go wrth other guys Chorrsters 1 Chou 2 3 Orchestra I 2 3 Small Group 2 3 Symphonette FTA Annual 3 Red Cross 1 2 3 Pep Club 1 2 Grrls Trro 1 2 Home commg Attendant 1 She s our ldea of a swell glr FTA 1 2 3 jour-na rsm 1 Otter 2 3 Annual 3 GAA C orr Glee Club l Orchestra 1 3 SOTA Temp tauon Untamed Choralrers 1 Chou 2 3 Small Group 2 3 Band Concert Marchxng 1 2 FTA1 2 3 Red Crossl Pep Club 2 3 All sms Chou 2 Speech 2 3 I come to school on days She has a sparkle m her ,LA I must My books are nearly eye due to rust Pep Club 1 FBI 3 Chora hers 2 3 3- DARLENE VAN SIC KLE MARY VOL LBRECHT ANN VORE BURDELL WAHL QQRD ' l ' yesin H . . . , , ll I lg , .rv y a , , . I I - i 5 X , , S if 25 9 If- - ,.,g 1 1- x 7 ' rr - 9 v . - QQ 1 ' . ' ' Ln . I 77 ' Q I I 7 I l. 'F' ' FBI 1 S s Jr- 9 , s a .r pf I . 5 ' g 2, 35 h ' 2, 3: 52' 2: 9 3- : A45-3. 5 K, rr - ' 'H 1, , H i W' 2 7 ,, s ' 3 "rl LM 7 I ' 'L ' D 9 I , yf IO Q4 N H . 'wa Y ' 'rr K K .11 l I -. f 5 - J ' ff f I , 3 .T qmnmg, and tall ll ed Sh 7 T1m1d7 You just lu all don t know her well enoug I RWIIN IXAIII CRI N She S full of fun and lots of pep When you re with he 1ust watch your step AA FT Small Group 2 3 Pep Club Annual 3 e Cross 3 QOTA 3 I AURA WI- LIS RPHSS contnbutlon t the dramatic world Soph Vxce Pres Thes plans 2 3 Thespxan Play 2 r Class Play 2 ho usters 2 Glee Club 6' Chorallers 3 Speech 2 PTA 3 PATRICIA WEYRENS I 2 Chonsters 3 GAA 2 SOTA 3 Pep Club 3 Mr Anderson s Protege Track I 2 3 Cross Coun try 1 2 Chorallers 1 2 3 MARLYS WILDE ,av .v 91' ROBERT WILLIAMS MK Y 1 . . . . y ' .H y k N ' hun ' up ' Glee club lg Choraliers 9 5 S 1 1 O f I I ' - A . I 1 , YI Y' , I I! . 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H955 MINUS HS MASS Wlll ANU PllUPHlEY We the class of 1956 hereby do make our last wrll bequeathrng our assets to those who temarn after us Kenneth Adelsman leaves hrs blond waves to Rog er Larson and Roger Adelsman hrs small srze and foot ball agtlrty to hrs namesake Roger Burrrs By Stads vold s and Carol Alber s wrnnrng smtles go to Joe John son and Leona Skrove, and Marlorte Albers ts glad to leave her spot as rrght gurde rn marchrng band to any one who wants rt Jean Allen s flamrng tresses and her saxphone go to Karen Herdner Kathr Hartl rnlrerrts Jan et Alltsons debate cards Lovable smrles and small srze pass to Dave Mobraten from Harlan Alstad Dave Anderson s devtlrsh rdeas are left to most any boy and Janrce Andersons quret competence rs left to Phyllls Anderson Bobb 'Butch' Anderson wrlls hrs rythym to anyone else who s bones rattle at the sound of a drum and to all of next years senror grrls goes JoAnn Arne son s wealth of honors whtch have been bestowed upon her by the class of 56 Rrch Baker wrll leave the class of 57 a brg problem who wrll keep thrngs gorng wrth out htm Nrcky Bakkens shrny new enny harr wrll never look rrght on anyone else so Nrc just keeps rt Marlys Barrels leaves her homemakrng talents to Anna Hovland and to anyone who can copy rt goes Rrchard Bergantrnes manner of lettrng a smrle slowl spread across hrs face rnto a laugh Ken Bergstrom s rmprsh gnn goes to Forrre Dahl, who also tnherrts a hot .car and mean vrolrn from Hot Rod Krlde Kay Blerke and Pat Weyrens pool therr dramatrc abrltty and leave rt rn the mtddle of the stage for a future actress to clarm andy Blount s dark beauty goes to Ann Johnson, wht e the blond bombshell lovelrness goes from Jo Ann Vore to Sandra Slatten Dave Johnson generously wrlls hrs smrle to Chuck Werss who wrll wrth Gene Donley s football abrlrty spark another OTTER team Mrlt HYSIUIICII turns over hrs basketball talents to Jon and to Curt who rs also clarmrn Rtch Halverson and Rrchard Prrebnow s bashfulness Dan the man Hanson leaves hrs well wom dancrng shoes at the door besrde Sylvra Hage s who wrlls her go go go to Sharyn Hanson Dave Tate s football prowess goes to Don Gearhart alld his 8188105 o to next year s lrfe of the classroom Don Frck and everly Bullock, class clowns leave therr devrlment to Jrm Gerhardson Dorrs Crchygracruusly leaves her crown to next year S lucky grrl and Anny Cashman s blondness S063 to Marlene Johnson Barbara Clark s brg bass goes to Janrce Pratt whrle her other brg bass Myron John son leaves hrs prrnce lrke handsomeness to John Ham to a new Drxre Cat Janet Hensch and Rosalre Nelson Leave therr grggles to Garl Herman and Dave Peter- son hrs hatrcut to Vernon Bugbee who also clarms Mrlt Hovland s boots Lennre Stensrudge won t leave Pattr to anyone but M ma Pushrng leaves her Joke book to Suzre Olson obby O sahl s clothes go to Gary Loktu and Darlene Van Src le s nose wrll mm p on Kathy Kvern We can t ask Roger Keller leave hrs beaurrful eyes to an one but LaVon Tomlrn son leaves hers to Marrlyn entler BarbaraHyltman leaves her wrde eyed rnnocence to Marcta Olson fter much delrberatton and Concentrated medrtatron arne Gundersonand Delores Mrngehave decrded just to leave' The vorce of Ellen Greenwood wrll be found wrth Janet Torgerson Barclay Green s nrgged handsomeness wrll swagger rrght out the door wrth htm but when Sheldon Fossen leaves hrs grrl krllrngcuteness wrll stay behrnd rn Eddre Ohman Jerry Knudtson s let black waves are turned over to John Mrlton, and Joyce Halvorson s blond hart wrll shrne on Margaret Rudh LaRae Vance wrll grve her collectton of absence slrps to anyone who wrll me to school one day to get them and good old nrtes at Skogmos are left unclarmed by S lvra Nokleby The oratorrcal talents of Walter Ostrom wr l be drsplayed by Jonny Preus and Chrrstte Srmonson s brarns wrll be put to use by ohn Marshall Janrce Ktnne and Davrd Nycklemoe wrl therr happy go lucky personalrtres to Prrscrlla Anderson and Rodell Chrrstopherson Btlly Barrett wrll makethe most of the devrlment grven htm by Jrmmy Guddm , and Myrna Hu hes and Pat Danrelson s screamrng wrl echo rn the alls for years to come Dennts Bo en s wrld passron for cars ts left to Roger Lrllemon on Boese and Orrre Leabo s sentrments for Englrsh go to Charley Kvem Germame Bredehoft honors Judy Rrchter wrth her detentton slrps Tommy Hyslop and John Gustafson leave therr leadershrp and paper arrplanes layrng around rn hopes that someone wrll frnd both Allyn Goese feels gurlt about leavtng the job of ANNUAL edrtor to anyone obert Burrrs and Marron Lee leave behmnd therr mathematrcal wrzardry and rn dustrral artrst Erwrn ahlgren passes hrs talents on to Vrc Petterson Burdelll Wahl hands down her talents as arts and crafts slrp mrxer to some poor unsuspecttng soul The whrz of Steno II rs JoAnn Halverson twho blesses Judy Rasmussonwrth her drctatron speed Chuck and Carol Gundberg leave therr flare for talkrng wrth eachother to anyother set of twrns that may come alon Drane Echelberger who can really wham a soft bal wrlls her bar to Evelyn Kastelle Carole Clevelan parts wrth her bumt srenna colored tresses and Juneal Gerhardson leaves her carefree outlook on lrfe behrnd Gary Eckley s gay wrt goes to Dave Loken and Bemarr Fleld s crewcut and lanky features to Gordy Jenson Marlow Tollefson and Carlton Ferber s Vocational A5 learnrngs wrll srt well on Rrchard Prepho next year Lots Sundberg leaves the beetle po ulatron problem rn North Carolrna to those Junrors w o must cope wrth that malrgnancy And Mary Vollbrecht fpronounced Voll brecccchtj leaves her old prckup to Mtss Halcrow The Jerry Lewrs lrke antrcs of Roger Twedt go to Lyn John son and Marlys Udseth's locks descent to Mae Mauer Laura Wells and Bonnre Hanson wrll therr alto-tenor vorces to one of the new grrl tenors Bobby Wrlltams and Arden Honrud wrth cheery countenance gladly wrll therr corn o prng abrltty to whomever wants the job Gary Froeh rc passes hrs half of the basketball swtng song to Junror trumpeter Karen Nelson Arvalee Fmnn r cheery outlook on lrfe goes to Annre Lou Stang he le and Loren Fronnrng s wrestlrng skrll wrll help Archre Frlley really go places on the mat next year Beverly Halverson leaves behrnd a host of frrends Lrnnaea Hanson s prano accompanrst's abrltty wrll race the frngers of Janet Hanson and Maxrne Hanson eaves her typewnter rn Steno to anyone wrth enough s unk to try rt on for srze Shrrley Hauge rs taktng her c oc o mrnts wrth herwhrle Duane Helm wouldn t be htm self wrthout the quret but dynamrc personalrty Darrell Iverson hands down hrs charrrn Socral to Alan Spranger and Angre Jacobs takes wrth her an understandrng of human nature Donna one CKennedy and Donna two fKen yonj leave Mr Bray wrth nothrng to do Vernon John son leaves hrs car and hrs lrght green packet to George Frck and Kanny Johnson s crazy rano goes to Gary Thurnea Ambrose Klrnnert to Gera d Frck hrs wrt be stowes whrle Jeannette Knackendoffel leaves her musrc sorttng rob at the Federated Church to Desta Schuetze Knapprng Jrm Knapp leaves hrs comf Englrsh charr to any poor trred soul Gerald Knutson eaves hrs drmrnu trve srze to Norman Muchow and Jane Keoplrn her lack of herght to Darlene N8lS0n Not for anythrng rn the world wrll Mardell Knutson Connre Tresberg and Ardrs encer part wrth therr rrn s Marrlyn Olson and Anrta oester wrll therr serene ooks to Genevreve Trenne and Barbara Larson endowes Bruce Walkup wrth her funny lrttle laugh Carol Lrllemon leaves empty her spot at the desk rn the offrce for Sonra Torgerson Marrlyn Moen leaves Isola to Janrce Stroschern, Delbert Nel son passes hrs vrolrn to Vernon Drake Plenny Nelson leaves plenny of gmc humor behrnd alon wrth Luther CHey Lute'J Melbv S lost Englrsh book ho can trnd rt?7P Rrchard Nelson endowes Jack Mourrtson wrth hrs barttone vorce Nancy Moe wrlls her German dralect to Jane Partrrdge Harlan Logas takes hrs blue eyes wrth htm as he de arts Quret studtous Jackre Mtller CUn- quote Mtss Ha crowj passes down thrs qualrty to Arderth Juven and Danny Naegelr wrlls hrs car to Gary Beck lund Wtlburn Oltver Bennett Nelson Jr endowes Mrke Stgelman wrth hrs unusual brand of humor Carol Ober- drck s GAA abrltty stays rn the famrly as Srs Marron Ronald Rrngstad and Rrchard Quam leave therr spot on the honor roll to Maltn Stakston and Dayton Soby Dora Rtx hands over her sharp taste rn clothes to Leanne Bergstrom Dennts Olson leaves hrs spot rn Mtss Hal crow s heart to anyone who can frll rt and Duane Shu ck 5 spot tn Mr Bn-1y's heart 0771 goes to Davrd Glo rer Maren Solem leaves her blue eyed rnnocence to young Janrce Byomstad and Gerry Sorben s artrstrc tal ents go to ohn Hamlon Beth Sowden s cello stays be htnd rn the ands of one of the new sophomore s comtng up Mary Stock leaves her mtddle name to anyone who wants rt Joyce Svare s pleasant nature wrll wrth Carolyn Paulson s be found rn Audrey Marohl Irrs Tho en s rntmttable hee hee hee oes to anyone who dares usurp her rndrvrdualrty Helen hom s envrable drsposr ttort wrll be found rn bharon benske and Gert lyostel son grves her quret parttcrpatton to Dtane arrrngton Marlys Wrlde s red tresses go to Adele Hanson and Garl McCrossrn s smrle goes to Jacquelyn Walt l3fllCe M32 ck s long stlken tresses go to Delores Haugen whrle Annette Mesna s artrstrc abrltty goes wrth her tn the world Sharon Larson leaves her quret frrendlrness to Mabl Lern Pat O Keefe rs consrderrng taktng hrs spark lrng eyes and pleasant smrle wrth htm Mary Orstad Gale Rrchter Phyllrs Rrndahl and Leonard Schwarz leave these hallowed halls to all the rnmates hereafter ..f . .F 'D E f V " ix lg . ."lP l rr I l- D- l' -. . l- .' -- lon., Mr. Jazz,.'Craig Compbell, leaves his slide. trombone ? 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'., .D 'Yr' v. - Q-ff, . nr ., Q ' f wr' 1 uurv' 5 Valdlctorran Salutafoflan Chris Srmonson walter Osuom HUNUH STUDENTS Seated are Chrls Snmonson and Walter Ostrom Lols Sundberg Tom Hyslop Gene Donley jerry Knudtson Marlys Barrels Mary Vollbrecht Danny Naegelx janet Allison Rnchard Berganune Maren Solum JoAnn Arneson Allyn Goese '45 TWO YEAR MEMBERS: Secretary, Tom H slopg Treasurer, joAnn.Arneson, jerry Knudtson President Richard Baker alter Osrxom Vrce Presxdent jan et Allison Chns Srmonson Gene Donley Advxsor Robert Mead NAHUNM HUNUH SUEIHY INITIATES Fxrst Row Kathl Hartl Marlys Barrels Kay Bjerke Ins Thoen Second Row Chuck Severn ohn Hamlon jonathan Preus Thlrd Row Doris Crchy jane Partrldge jen xne Blegsmd Mary Vollbrecht Lols Sundberg Ellen Greenwood Elame Freye Allys Goese Marlon Lee Fourth Row David johnson Ronald Rmgstad Gary Froehlxch jon Rosengren Delbert Nelson Mrlt Hysjulxen Rnchard Bergantme 3 . : . ' 'J- ' ' ' Q 1 v ' I : ' . 7 .'. ' . : ' :J 9 l - 5 .1 v ' . v xi 1 ' 9 ,I 1 1 ' . i. . 1 . 1 ' Y I ' - 5.- al, BOYS AND GIRLS STATE 'XX ,aw-.si Walter Ostrom joAnn Arneson Tom Hyslop QUILL AND SCROLL Seated - JoAnn Ameson, janet Allison. Standing - Tom Hyslop, Walter Ostrom, Chris Simonson. BAUSCH-Loma Richard Baker Chns Snmonson REPRESENTATIVE SENIORS Seated JoAnn Arneson janet Allxson Standing Rnchard Baker Tom Hyslop AVVAHUE VFW oAnn Arneson om Hyslop 5 gi Presrdent john Hamlon Vrce President Gary Hanson Secretary Leona Skrove Treasurer jane Partridge MSS I957 Wrth a very successful yumor year behrnd them the class of 1957 now ascends to the status of semors Nancy Edlund Ann johnson and Joyce Moen attended the royal couple at thexr homecomrng coronauon Suzre Galloway was the Snow Ball prmcess from the jumor class Severaljumor boys were members of the undefeated football A and B squads The class conrrrbuted much to roundmg out the personnel of band, orchestra and the choral groups junror offrcers and councrl members choose nngs 40 SQL l CLASS UWEEHS f as ww www Q. M, W5 Xn 9 HAAG 9 'emo Q ,459 Q 6 CLASS UHIEEHE President Gordon Braatz Vxce Presrdent Drane Hage Secretary anet Hanson Treasurer Phrl Arneson EMS IQEH The class of 1958 has completed a very successful frrst year rn semor hrgh Thenr umque float captured flrst place ln the homecommg parade Adele Hanson Nancy Davldson and Ann Sethre attended then' mayestres Several sophmore boys were members of the unde feated A and B squad football team and a very suc cessful basketball B squad The class contrrbuted much to roundmg out the personnel of band orchestra and the choral groups The Wmner 4 2 if lx j r l A1 I 1 . l I ' D S - Y J 9 , I I I - ' 7 . , . . . . YI Y, If YY - ff 7, ' ' 7 7 , 1 J' T 'l x' - A il ' 1 3.87 Ji'7r'7f1ff G Fawn? bg cw Pyav H W rw r Ful"'fvf'm HUQQ 0 fb, 'W 4 5- W Hy, and I 6 nba' hw'- 43 new is 1 meg ,Qi Q 'fwssyav ff Q ' if PM K-4 V., ft My - .3 fd , +f'w AV K' 1 .Q f ' " 5 I 5 Q Q V .QV ' -- 7' 4 -li -' 6' A f N 1. . 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A .".,, . .V 2 Af f :agQ , ' f 3 'il 11 L11 f C XX X Q'-s The Royal Court His Majesty Gene Donley Her Majesty Doris Cichy Seniors oAnn Arneson jerry Knudtson Sylvia Hage Milt Hysjulien uniors Nancy Edlund Ann johnson Joyce Moen ophomores Nancy Davidson Adele Hanson Ann Sethre Master of Ceremonies Tom Hyslop HUMEEUMNNE To the strains of Pomp and Circumstance Doris Cichy and Gene llonley attended by their royal court were crowned king and queen of the 1955 Homecoming Festivities Class skits, a pep fest, a pep talk, and the im- pressive coronation ceremony, highlighted the morn- ing convocation. The senior takeoff on "Monitor" won them the "best skit" plaque. During the after- noon parade, the sophomore class float was judged the best. Homecoming was September 30 and the llome- coming theme was "Plaster'Proctor." After the exciting game, in which the OTTERSdefeated Proctor 27 to 7, a Homecoming party was held at the school. Homecoming was sponsored by the Student Council, who made it truly an unforgetable day. -46- Illll ILIIEE IIIIII TIIIIIE if , V if -,,n.'H3 VUEAHUNM HAY COUMY Jail Otterta xl Power Harlan Logas Davld Peterson Com-ue Tlesberg Dan Hanson xlt Hovland -'-il 11? oumal Office Ottertanl Power Sylvla Hage Robert Burn Rxchard Bergantme K 5-x Ouertall Power Fergus Falls Natxonal Bank Ca,-01 Llllemoen Arvalce Fronnmg Delbert Nelson, Beverly Halvorson 48 x C 1 L- IT ,fw ' ' ' ' Y 1 ., 4, ' . l K Y U mx I . ' ' . . . S, Qt l lk ..,.l x v J A , , C213 - n. 'Q -x Princesses Suzne Galloway Queen Joyce Halverson Igngg Hgnsgn I xcrtement reached lts peak at the Snow Ball when the ldentrty of the queen and her mo princesses was revealed I ast year s queen Alethe Olson crowned Joyce Halverson Snow Ball Queen to re1g.,n over the thrrd annual Snow Ball Suzte Galloway and anet Hanson were her two prmcesses The queen was presented with a crown of whrte flowers and the prmcesses recerved wrrst corsages SOC13.l dancmg square dancmg and games were enjoyed by the many students who attended the party. The Student Council sponsored the party. q 4 JUNIUH CLASS PLAY Papa Was a Preacher was a 3 act comedy presented by the r Class, Nov ember 11 and 12 The play centered around a preacher s famrlw vuhrch mcluded s1x chrldren The humerous trrals and trrbulatrons of the famrly made the play a tremendous success CAST OF CHARACTE RS Reverend Pdwrn Porter han Preus MISS 100219 llrs wrfe Pearl lzlarne l'reye Hugh Raybon Cecrl Janette Alyene Helen l udlow jon Rosengren Lucy Smlth John liamlon JCDDIE Smrth C muck Severn ef Cora Sue Hernl Brrde Leanne Bergstrom Groom Roger Schroeder Drrector Mrss Evangelrne Quam Student Drrector Kathleen Hartl D0 V ll ff A I QQ ,Y - , ,I J '. 4 - V - 3 ' JC - . ' . . . ' ' x J f . ' Ed Marxlyn Saure Suzre Galloway Betty Larson Prrscxlla Anderson Malrn Stakston Arclyce Aas Mrke Srgleman lx L.. ..f, 'S H IS A PHE The sen1or class presented the last play of the school year and ll too was a success The comedy Mother Is A Freshman , was grven rn Aprrl The play takes place rn a grrls dorm at Pomter College Susan Abbott IS a sophomore and when her mother enrolls as a freshman at Pornter, a great deal of excrtement results A brgall Abbott Susan Sylvra Bunny Helen Carrre Clara Cas t of Characters janet Allxson joAnn Ameson Marlon Lee Sylvxa Hage Rosalre Nelson janrce Kmne Angxe Jacobs Director Marge Bobo ack Howre B1 Dean Grllmgham Professor Mrchaels Mr. Byron Bray Student Duector Kay Byerke Mary Stock Dave Nycklemoe Gary Eckley Gary Froehlrch Lanny johnson Walter Ostrom Barclay Greene x H A 1 y r at ff, B y K 'ga 3.1 il! - ,xi of tri I HMUTHE SHMENH . . J 0 xN X X Ill., ' yo co -53- Qi GA new This year the Debate Team debated on the topic, "Resolved: That the Fed- eral Government Should Guarantee High- er Education to All Qualified High Sch- ool Students Through Grants to Univer- sities and Colleges." Members of the debate squad were: Kay Bjerke, janet Allison, joAnn Arneson, Walter Ostrom, Kathleen Hartl, james Thompson, -jona- than Preus, Leanne Bergstrom, Phil Caukins, Carol Grandland. STHUHW EUUNUL The Student Council is the students' gov- erning body of the school. Under their guidance, Homecoming proved highly successful, as did the Snowball which they sponsored in january. Taking charge of concessions. Christmas decor- ations, valentine telegrams, and lining up month- ly SChool parties, rounded out their year's activ- ities. President, Tom Hyslopg Vice President, Grace Thompson, Secretary, janet AllisongTreas- urer, Karmen Christopherson. Second Row: Mar- ion Lee, janet Torgerson, Donna Schmidt, Third Row: Ronald Knutson, Duane Shuck, Charles West, Ro er Hesb anice Pratt. Advisors g 'y, j : Mrs. Berge, Mr. Formrck, Mr. Engan. The purpose of the FTA is to learn about the opportunities in teaching, to cultivate the qualities essential in a good teacher, to study the lives of great teachers, and to foster the development of student leadership. The officers of this year were: Marion Lee, President, Genevieve Trenne, Vice Presidentg janice Anderson, Secretary, janet Hanson, Treasurer. t lf? FFA is a state .and national organization concerned mainly in vocational agriculture training. It is a group keeping abreast of new vocational practices and working toward a career in that field. The officers are Marlow Tollefsong Presidentg Donald Hauge, Vice presidentg Roger Keller: Treas- urerg Richard Peipho, Reporteg-5 Carlton Ferber, Seninel. EEIENEE EUHR To promote interest in science among R. P. H. S. students is the aim of this group. Along with many other activities the Science Club attends Science meets. MikeSigleman is the president, Desta Schuetze is Secretary, and Roger Schroeder, Vice President. Paul An- derson is the advisor. HMHU BLUE The purpose of this organization is to get avid students interested in the possibili- ties of Radio work. Also it is an instru- ment to help the studentiget his amatuer license in ' ham" radio. he group is ad- vised by Byron Bray and headed by Rich- ard Baker. " limit ms Lak. QF? u 'XJ .S vi y Q- Nlith the motto "Ve Serve", the jr. Red Cross has once again fulfilled another year of extended activities. Programs at the State Hospital, gift boxes, work at concessions, the membership drive, helping with the blood program and now preparing to sponsor an exchange student for the 1956- l99" school year, are just a few of their many activities. Officers are President, janet Allison, Vice President Suzie Galloway, Secremry- Treas- urer, ,I enine Blegstad. Advisors are Lillian Bechtel, and Qnsanne Tjornhom 'lhe Future Business Idealists is in its second year of existence. It has a membership of 27 and meets once a month to promote interest in voca- tional training and to bring the student in Contact with job possibilities. Officers are President, Pat O'Keefe, Vice President, Dora Rix, Secreta- ry, Robert Anderson, Treasurer, Rodney Kilde. s iii, 'K ! -57' Editor in chief, Chris Srmonson Associate Editor, Walter Ostrom News Editor, JoAnn Arneson Sports Editor, Tom Hyslop Assistant Sports Editor, jonathan Preus Advisor, Miss Aalgaard Business Staff- Jacqueline Miller, Mana er Cora Sue Heinl ane Part- B 5 , J ridge, Ardyce Aasg not Iictured, Pr- iscilla Andersong Advertising - jer- ry Knudgson, managerg Leanne Berg- strom, Kay Peterson, Ann Louise St- a nghelle. Artists Craig Campbell Geraldine Sorben ohn Hamlon Typists Carole jorgenson etty Fxck 151 Cuculatton F1rst Row jane Partrxdge Allyn Go- ese Cora Sue Hexnl Ins Thoen Ardyce Aas Marx lyn Saute Second Row Elame Fre e Rosalxe Nel son Magy ollbrecht jean Allen tandrng Leanne Bergstrom, Carole orggn son Canol0berd1c jean Schulz Kay Peterson Mtyrna Pushing anrce Kmne 4.591 My-... n , , Z L n Reporters Flrst Row Kathy Hartl, Sllvna Ha e Gall Herman Leanne Bergstrom Second Row ns Thoen Kay Peterson jean Schulz Carol Oberdxck jane Partridge Maren Solum Carole jorgensen Com Sue Hernl Thtrd Row Prtscrlla Anderson Allyn Goese Elame Freye Janet Allrson Earl fsurne jenme Blegstad Marilyn Saure M1kgS1ngleman sy .l- Supervised b Mr. Darrell Kirby Seniors Stafry- Ronald Ringstad, Darlene Van Sickle, Wilburn Nelson, Doris Cichyg Music Staff - Ellen Greenwood, Lanny johnson. Editorial Staff - Editor- in-chief, Allyn Goeseg Activities, janet Allison: Business Manager, Gary Froehlichg Sports, Gene Donleyg Seniors, Ronald Ringstadg Organizatlonsg Maren Solum. .-60... ANNUAL Business Staff - Gary Froehlich, JoAnn Halver- son, Carol Lillemoen, james Gudding, Delores Minge, Carol Oberdick, juneal Gerhardson, Marlys Barrels, Mary Vollbrecht, Robert Burris, Sharon Lar- SOIL EW? Organizations - Maren Solum, Lois Sundberg, Joyce Halverson. Activi- rties - janet Allison, Gary Eckley, Sharon Larson. W S Sports - Gene Donley, jo Ann Arneson, Byron Stads- vold, Richard Bakken, john Gustafson. Artis ts - Geraldine Sorben, Angeline Jacobs, janet Hensch, Luther Melby. Faculty - Laura Wells, Bonnie Hanson Photographers - Richard Baker, Chris Simonson. -6I- 98' 'Q ii-f-, f 'Qi Spit -qv' 3 'fpTi. ' v -3.-Q - V EHWH Under the direction of Conrad Bk g- stad, the choir has taken part in the fall, Christmas, spring concerts, and the Music Festival at home. The officers elected in choir this year are: Myron johnson, Presidentg B arbara Clark, Vice-Presidentg Iris Thoen, Secretary-Treasurer. Q M J 0 ., I I j 2, 1 2 if' 9 up .Z Y T I fi! 'E ll l A fl? WEP V A E I 1 gl' de, Ar' 45-0 ,ip 4:0 av . y EET? 0 fl? . Q3 f 9 if L Q Ai,-ei 'j '-T' -' - A W , 4 5 4 r Q ' 4 , A A .gk 4 Q' 4 A A A I 5 fi? fc -J ...ri v- li 41" . 1 1 rw EHUHISHHS The Choristers have completed their second year in existence, under the di- rection of Conrad Blegstad. They have sung in the fall, Christmas and spring concerts. Along with the other singing groups the Choristers will participate in the festival being held in Fergus. The officers of the Choristers this year are: President, Dave Landbergg Vice-Presi- dent, Gail Hermang Secretary-Treasurer, Priscilla Anderson. ...QS- Q04-ao, -6 .Ah EHUHAUEHS A A third group under Mr. Blegsrad, these singers also performed at the Christmas concert, Spring concert and at the Music Festival here in Fergus. This group is made up of the younger and less trained voices. Officers are Gary Blegstad, Presidentg Diane Hage, Vice-Presidentg Janice Pratt, Secretary- Treasurer. V ' I - 00 Q 1'- 1 Y IF51l1V PQ EHUHAUEHE H Also under Director Blegstad is Choraliers B. The group sang in the spring concert, Christmas concert and the Music Festival. These singers com- bine with the Choraliers A at concerts. Officers are Conny Hanson, Presidentg Dora Rix, Vice-Presidentg Pat Weyrens, Secretary-Treasurer. 'gn E353 4 A PHJ HANG The pep band is comprised of 50 instrumen- talists. It played for all home basketball ga- mes and at the Tournament. Trumpet Soloist: Karen Nelson -53- EUNEHN MNH The 107 piece concert band is in it's second year of direction under Al Jacobs. The band took part in the Christmas concert, Spring Concert and the Music Festival. February 6 they went to Dalton to perform and April 24 they played Ar Detroit Lakes. Seventy-seven members of this group comprised the March- ing Band which marched at Football games, local parades, and Homecoming. 5 A inhii lifillm - 1 K-'SLD ELAHWNET UHAHWETWE Standing: Patricia Harthen and Roger Hesby. Sitting: Elaine Freye and jenine Blegstad. '4 3-1- Q- BN' '35 351 Lf' I as SAXAPHUNE UUAHWEiii LuAnn Gillund, Larry Bergerud, Betty Larson and Karen Heidner. HHASS ENSEMHH Walter Ostrom, Gary Blegstad, Marjorie Al- bers, Gary Froehlich, john Hamlon, Kay Pe- terson, and Desta Schuetze. UHEHQSWA The 80 piece RPHS Orchestra is under the direction of Frank lledlund. The orchestra's repertoire includes Much Mozart, Tcha- ikovsky, and Bach. They have performed for convocations, class plays, and the Music Festival here in Fergus. Gary Froehlich, David Nycklemoe, and john llamlon. THUMHUNETHIU Woodwind Q uinte r First - jonathan Preus, Kathy Harrl jane: Allis on. Gary Hanson, Cfaig CamPbeua Mariorif Albers- Second - Maxine Hanson, Ardyce Aas Tom UIXIE KATE The Dixie Cats is a newly formed dixie dance band. They get together to have jam sessions or play' for dances. They are: .Craig "Duke" Campbell, Larry "Tiger" Bergerud, Gary ,"Skitch" Froe- hlich, Harlan "Pee Wee" Logas, Lanny "Fingers" johnson, jonathan "Woody" Preus. Hyslop. DUUHLE EEXTET 3 Q 'Q1 V 5 , I A ii T o if? r 3 1 1, L, ,fi -' -1 4-cu. Q 3. my ,f L I - V yr V fr' . N X fe in ' .-F' , I -,, , 42 x . . f ra f v v . 1 J 'R I ' . 1" H YI W X5 VT if s 1 " . r. ,hw Q ,,, SPCDRTS Squad lst row Mgr M johnson D 'anoberg A Frlley C Severn G Donley D Hanson K Chrrstopherson R Adelsman S Monk 2nd row E Ohman Cates L Lrstrom D johnson Halland D Tate B Wermager D lwycklemoe J Hamlon R Burris 3rd row Asst Coaches J Hermes D Baglren G Blegstad R Hesby W Barrett J Rosengren Nl K1ewelC Weiss A Anderson R keller G Hanson G Jenson R Halverson J Mourrtsen CoachlN Galloway "A" - - . . , .L ' , . ' , . EFF 25 ' ' o 13 ' 6 2 21 ' 12 - 13 12 A 27 - 7 - ' 25 13 ' - 26 ' 12 18 'L o 20 . " 14 Pg XX ll Fergus Fergus I- ergus Fergus Fergus I' ergus Fergus Fergus Fergus UNH ATEU UTTEHE UFIQSE EEUHES HESUHT HEEIUN EUNFEHENEE Pelican Raprds Alexandrra Detro1t Lakes Moorhead Droctor Wheaton Breckenrldge Wahpeton I ong Prarrle Fergus Falls Detrort Lakes 'Vloorhead Breckenrrdge A le xa ndrxa UNUE ATEU H AU 74 Af' COACH NORM GALLOWAY F' I i IA ff' Y ' mf Vx. iq. ! 45 nd, CAPT. JOHN HAMLON 75 w I A' 15 f... X 3 ix' ' K, S ' Q I -- 3 ,ff , ,l M, x g -Kp ' A 1 Xizefffiiu t f E Mix ,Q 6 fi 1 95 'J . ' . ' 2 W , iff u f ' J w1 ' Q -A f I l ' !' ,H ffl b f 5 Q ,Q A 4 ' x 'Q 1 If 'irq' ' 'Av I, I 1 I , X20 wif . "mv x ,l 'f K4 , H In . - k' f ' iff .' 1 . f "ji , p 1 , J ' 1 " -X, 1, fl' . wg , if T E I Mg,- 5Q ,1 ' " M ' H H 4 'fi' W-ff' 5 4. ' 5 .9 'z!"',:1 fx'-M. N ,' W 1 f, s Left to nght Gene Donle Ed Ohman Dave ohnson Furt Reman Don Walseth on Rosengren Rlch Halverson Chuck erss, Len Stensru e Mrlt Hysyulnen yron Stadsvol ohn Hamlon Student Mgr Myron johnson Coach Duane Bagllen H AU Q?" -1-5 NK21-H Front Row Bnan Wermager Gary Blegsmd Rnch Mooney Dave Landberg Second Row jerry Frertag Roger Smner Roger Hesby Andy Andersor Pete johnson Gary Larson Gordy johnson Thxrd Row Coach john Hermes Davld Muchow Gary Thurnau Sheldon Monk l arry Bergerud Paul Olson Student Mgr Roger Serkland ,6 fxx if N UUEHE EUMPLHE SUEEEEEFUL EEASUN Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus F ergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Bamesvrlle Wheaton Wahpeton Moorhead Alexandna Perham Pelrcan Raprds Hrbbmg Elbow Lake Breckenridge Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus Fergus WITH IE LIH HU Moorhead Detroit Lakes Bemrdp Pelrcan Rap: Bramerd Bemxdp Detrort Lakes Breckenrrdge 66 Wahpeton S6 Alexandria 65 COTY 66 KOT 71 COTJ 43 53 I Coach Paul Anderson Byron Sradsvold David Rund ona une Robert Williams Harlan Lillemoen Roland Vlger Earl Currie Larry Knudtson, Robert Williams, obert Opsahl, jack Halland, Ch- uck Weise, Richard Bergantine, K EHUEE EUHNW than Preug, Richard Bdrian: Lynn Paul, Coach Paul Anderson. l Ftrst Rav R Shroeder R Bergantme G Donley I Hamlon C Sevem Second Fnw Advrsor john Hermes Preus M Hyslulxen J Rosengren D Nycklemoe D Landberg Boys are elrgrble for the Natrona! Athletrc Honor Socrety rf they have won a varsrty letter rn a major or mrnor sport and have scholastrc abrlrty above the general average of the school The three fold purpose of thrs organrzatlon rs to promote hrgh scholarshrp among boy athletes to elevate the rdeals of sportsmanshrp and develop leaders rn the schools throughout Amerrca lNlHlMHHAl Fxrst Row R Adelsman M Stakston J Preus K Chrrstopherson C Severn L Bergerud Second Row E Currre D Soby G jenson I Knapp D Olson R Gordon The rntramural squad consrsts of boys who are rnterested rn basketball and are not on the A 0 B squads They practrce after supper or on afternoons when the var srty rs not usmg the gym Some of theu' actrvrtres have been to play such teams as Barrett, Battle Lake and Rothsay They also took part rn prelrmmary to the Hrbbmg game when the yunrors played the semors wrth the lumors vrctorrous 79 Nlllllllll Allllllli HUNUH EUEPHY Standmg Coach Odrs LeGrand Ray Anderson Dale Vance Lhuck Severn Roger Burr IS Harlan Lxllemoen Donald Hauge joe Gates Dave Mobraten Clary Fxde Lurt Ander- son lfneelmg bharold Reynolds Arcl11eF1lley DelwmL1llemoen Dav1dRund Rlch ard Schuaff Loren Fronmng uorm Erlckson Allen Krog Roger Qchroeder VVHEEHINE Wrestle 80 A! 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'fr lst row Mr Hermes Davrd Landberg Gene Donley Dannv Hanson Roger Adelsman Paul Larson IoelV1kesland Norman Tostenson 2nd row Robert Opsahl Mxlt Hysyullen Roger Larson Chuck Welse Nell johnson Robert An derson Bob I yngaas Len Stensrude HA HM Fergus Elbow Lake Fergus Battle Lake Fergus Perham Fergus Rothsay Fergus Pellcan Rapxds Fergus Detrolt Lakes Fergus Detrort Lakes Fergus Pellcan Raprds Fergus Rothsay UI WSTHIET Fergus 5 Underwood 3 Fergus 9 Hawlel' 4 Fergus 5 Battle Lake 2 Fergus 2 M00l'hC8d 5 HEEUHT HEEWN IUUHNAMENT Fergus 8 Detrort Lakes 7 Fmals Fergus 14 Moorhead 3 84 ' 3 1 5 v ? eff-A fir: img: Allan' A SUS 9 , I P ' -L SUS X 4- SUN bg SFU L 4,1 5 1- g Kg , I r 1, tg. F 'Lf F 1 451 FL ' Ze fl 4 A V ,yu Q . ,- i 'JJ K Ui L " ' 'V - .- b W 51 fl' :-.- - X. NEW 10 4 7 6 T2 2 9 ' ' S 2 ' 0 L - ' Z3 17 3 SUB STHWT H Grrls who lrlte to cheer compose the Pep Club They help the cheerleaders to lead the fans rn songs and yells The Pep Club entered a float rn thehome commg parade worked at concessrons and prrnted the school songs on cards whrch they dxstrrbuted to the student body Offrcers are Presrdent Lynn john son Vrce Presrdent Dorrs Crchy Secretary reasurerSylv1a Hage The Cnrls Athletrc Assocratron IS a club for semor hrgh grrls who lrke to partrcrpate rn sports GAA meets after school and at noon on Thursday They have a varred program of many sports whrch rnclude bowlmg basketball volley ball softball table tenms shuffle board roller skating and badmrnton The offrcers are Presrdent jane Partrrdge Vrce Presrdent Drane Echelberger Sec retary Treasurer Ir1s Thoen . l ,N '- 'AT A - G ug' l 9 ' N ,, V , . 2,4 X S ll Q N S K "' Q fb 'LLL ,Avy , tfpf' ' W, . ' g V' W M .l Q ga IV' snr., A mn rx X4 Y .mei 86 -P N. X A few ofthe trophxes the Class of 1956 has helped to earn DISTRICT 23 CHAMPS AND REGION SIX RUNNER UP Regxon Sxx Fergus Falls 67 Barnesvllle 52 Fergus Falls 68 Clinton Fergus Falls 66 Perham FergusFal1S 65 Glenwood 68 Fergus Falls 51 Moorhead 48 37 District 23 - - ' ' 60 45 Ullll EPUNEUHS Ihr 'INNI 'XI staff and the sentor Class .Art Lrxtcful to tht Iollowulp, Isusrness firms intl IIIKIIVILIUIIS who hue shared tht ruhlrslunr txt tnses ll YI Ii lil I S of I 'lrneson K I arson """' Illlvle Book R K 1ft Shop Iljcrlcc I'urn1ture Iloen Brother s Crocerw Ilahl Nluslc Store Ill 1 rrmrs nd I urnlture mn Allrcrtson I V I Imersvlllcr Implement I llls Dr 13, I ergus Nash Motor Il tllz lm Galena 8. 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