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

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X th 7 1 X 5 All classes and actrvxtres entered floats rn the parade The Junrors won frrst place The parade clrmaxed wlthapep fest downtown Followrng the parade the alumm were guests of the F T A at a tea m the hrgh school audrtorrurn At the begmnrng of the homecommg game Queen Rrta and her attendants were presented as honored guests The queen was presented wrth a bouquet of flowers The homecommg game was played w1th the Bem1dJ1Lumber3acks resultrng rn a vrctory 32 7 for the Otters Relgnrng Royalty Queen Rrta Larrrson and nmg uoruon Johnson, Senror attendants, Janet Hanson Adelle Hanson Roger I-lesby and Roger Smner Jumor attendants, Martha Carrrson, Je anette Deer mg, and Delores Halvorson Sophomore attendants, Bonnre Swed berg LaVay Copeland and Karen Johnson Homecomm T- Homecomrng act1v1t1es were opened wrth a convocatron at whrch the royalty were crowned by Student Counc1l presr dent TerryKeane Wrth Axethe Lum ber Jacks as our theme skrts were g1ven by each class The Sophomores won wrth thbll' take off on Jack 1n the 6 Mo I UU 55 .r . I , . x h YM . . y - I 9 - s ' - , . P' 0 ' lv I , . - ul - I 7 7 , Beanstalk. ,, . I I I I i i 0 I - . I u n . ' Y . I - ' ' 0 1, . .. . , . . . y - ...L--'-" ""'3Y'!l'gLlS vu numpuny ...i'5'x""",. D0 S fgfl' x --i lf' 7 Snowball The Student Councll sponsored an all senxor hrgh partym February rn whrch Nancy Halstead was crowned Queen Snow ball by Mr Snowman Dxck C 1 lb erg Junror attendant was MaryFossen and the Sophomore attendant Sharon M Larson The evenmg was spent 1n playrng games rn the gym and socral dancmg rn the band room After unmaskrng, Mr Snowman enjoyed dancmg w1th the students Queen MM, snows Sophomore Party rergned over the actrvltxes Mr Noack practrced good student teacher relatrons Mr Bergstrom took trme off from hrs Jam tor dutres The Sophomore class had 1ts class party 1n Novem ber The evemng was spent rn playmg games and 1n socral dancmg and square dancmg The 1atesth1ts were featured by Sophomore D J 's 8 ' XR . . . ii It X , r 1 lil' y as l F . ' - l - - 2 Y I Vocational Day Twlce thlsyear the semors were glven an opportunrty to v1s1t places of busmess 1n Fergus Falls The purpose was to grve students practrcal cxperrence 1n an mterestedfreld of busmess All senrors were rncluded IH th1s project and reported then' experlences as berng mterestrng and C Braatz R Hanson and R Nel son checkedcrrcurts at the telephone offlce 'V 5 P Krng took lessons from Charles Beck Otto was the subJect Q G Thurne au P Peterson, J Estenson and S Kronemann v1s1ted the hospltal They are shown 1n the laboratory worthwhxle C Vandermeer D Myaer M Samuelson and D W1l hams learned the procedures necessary to be a good tele phone operator Merchand1s1ng and sell 1 ng of goods was Joyce Evenson s cholce of vocatlons M Sheldon and K Runnmgen exammed the paper golng to press m the Journal Offrce 9 . , , , - . r ' ,e 6 W -5 xv 45 gy ' . we 4 f X- -,Q ., to 45' , , ' K '75 .,,. , 8,1 .- Y 'rwirg ' . ' . , '- W ,.- . x P 9 U. V ' ,J IVE? ' EA ' f T . ' - -sf M "fl 4 "'-M - A VV,, K ' . . . , s 3, . , . . Active Clubs The Junxor Red Cross motto We Serve" was earned out m the work of sxx comm1ttees school programs and pub11c1ty, rnterna txonal relatxons, f1 n anc e , commun1ty serv1ce, commumty pro grams, and productlons Shown are B Swedberg, D Daehlm S Swenson and J Wrrght on Internat1ona.1 Re1at1ons and J Halvor son F Hanson and N Davldson on Commumty Servxce Thesp1an 1n1t1at1on brought many laughs One of the Thursday Noon actl from old members as the mxtrates proved v1t1es m the g1r1's gym was themselves G A A volleyball The Future Teachers had as the1r guests the students from the teacher trarnmg de partment, and thexr mstructor Mrs Kjag ren 10 w Y w . ,, . , . n a . .y s , . . " , . . . r,ys . . , . , - 1' . Convocations Representative Coya Knutson was in confer- ence with the coordinator on a problem presented at the congressional hearing on agricultural problems, held in our school audi- torium. G. Thurnaau braces him- self for the onslaught as Otto turns his back. P Do st u d e n t s enloy convocat1ons'7 Wally, as cheerleader brought a great uproar from the student body iff pr ,ff Th1syear'sChr1stmas program, coordinated by Mxss Tjornhom and directed by Mr Blegstad was rn two parts Part 1 portrayed the Christmas Story and Part 2 Christmas Customs All were done in pantomime and choral srngrng by the choirs ll i l Q ,X ni . w. ,flu in I I A . PA. .ko 1 9 'I . I 11' ,J ' 54 I -' ' V N ', T ,f" .f filler rf 'ff' . I.. x , . Mrs. Haskell and Mrs. Freye thought it would be a good day for a geometry test. .L Skill in ceramics was developed this year when Miss l-lalcrow Joined the evening class Teacher Candids Contrary to popular belief, teachers are human. They carry on the school spirit both in the classroom and in extra-curricular activities. x',,4 Miss Aalgaard was puzzled as to which picture to use for the school paper The right way of handling the Mr Washburn and Coach Gall brush so as to get the proper oway decided on procedures shading was taught by Mr while relaxmg in the lounge Formick The yardstick was slapped on the desk Among the many dutie s performed by our nurse and when Mr Engan pointed to the equa Miss Rostad is tha of testing hearing J Carlson tion on the board all students were keyed was the patient for the discussion 12 . 1 l I . r Q Qifiiafl in I A . I . - . . f . . . , .. . . , . chool Daze Many typical activities were caught by our camera throughout the year These pictures represent the ordinary scenes one might see in the halls of our high school The traditional group of late comers in the lucnh line passed time in discussing events of 5233 Students acted as sell ers at games - here we found a scene as concessions workers don their aprons and sign out for their stations of work. B. Wa.11ine and D. Rogula were in charge of the pop- corn machine. the day with Mr Hanson I-I Beberh acted as ticket seller this year and we found L Nygaard and P Harthen buying their lunch tickets for the week The Student Council had charge of decorations for Christmas and also sponsored Valentine Telegrams. Bausch Lomb Phrl Arne son and Gordon Braatz were selectedto recerve thrs honorary scrence award Thrs award 15 grven to the graduatrng senrors who achreved the best record m scrence Phrl and Gordon are ehgrble to compete for one of three scholarshrps grven by the Unxversrty of Rochester and the Bausch and Lomb OPt1C8l Company Boys and Girls State Selected to represent our school thrs year m Boys State were Peter Hoff andGary Lundstad The Amerr can Legron and the Krwams Club sponsored th1s trrp The A m e r 1 c an Legron Auxrlrary sponsored Grrls State Wendy Chrrstopherson was elected to thrs honor The purpose of the program 15 to buxld cltrzenshxp Durrng the week spent at camp the procedures of electrons and other governmental actrvrtres were con ducted as these students would experrence them rn adult lrfe V F W recerved the honors thrs year Homemaker Tomorrow Helen Bjergo won the local contest in the Betty Crocker American Homemaker Con IESI. 14 Awards The V F W Awards are grven each year honorrng the two outstandrng crtrzens of the senror class The selec tron was made through an electron by the class faculty and V F W commrttee Gary Blegstad and Dranne Hage ..a-iff' 5' X." ,.,,,A-3,.. B -Qs' , ,. I sn. ."- -Arn' .X-,M .. H. M.-.,v .HI-"'.'f , U .,,'2u:: 4.4-. -fy - 1","u'a' , I-., b.,,.g- ,'v5'n" .1-. '. 1 . in ,- ., ,. .."l'g 41' y ' . x ,,.. v Q, .'-Q Ni., -.15 1, U9 uya 1 . w.. , 1' ls' W -,,d'. ' u I 'X . .Q ". 1 A V -lf. r-,1'fn " .,-12 -' ni.---"f.0,' ' , Q, ui- I .."'A',',.'. If 1 ' .,.'. 1 X , X, K ports of ,' I I 1 Cloachln - Staff LEFT to RIGHT Mr Anderson hockey tenn1s cross country track Mr Halvorson Faculty Athleuc Manager ball Ass1stant Football Coach Mr Galloway, Head Football Coach, Athletxc Dxrector NOT PICTURED M LeGx'and wrestlmg 1 M , J I O V I ,I Z Mr. Lake, hockeyg Hermes,, "B" basketball, 7"B" football, baseballg Mt. Woo1son,, skiingg Mr. Noack, basket- , ' s - ' ' ' 2 I 6 QV Q I Cross Country 1' un Cross Country lettermen plctured are ROW 1 Left to R1ght R Bergantme,R Gre1ner,R Bergantme ROW 2 M Chr1st1an R Gordon,G Lunstad Baseball Spnng athlet1c teams had not been chosen at the tune of pubhcatxon of the Otter Tales Last year s baseball lettermen were,ROW 1 Leftto R1ght G Larsen, T Greenagle S Monk, P Johnson, D Landberg, L Bergerud ROW 2 G Thurnau, R Hanson, W Swanson R Smner, J Soby D Lebakken, and Mr Hermes, Coach uhm 18 TRACK The Otter Tales was pubhshed before sprmg athletlc teams had been selected Pxctured are last years lettermen ROW 1 Left to R1ght R Bergant1ne,G Thurnau, S Monk L Berge ROW R I-Iesby,P Hoff,R S1nner,T Cashman, J Gates TENN S Mr Anderson, Coach drscussed the rules w1th the prospectwe tennrs players, L Peterson, H Nelson, P Olson, and R Anderson GOLF T Greenagle and Roger Serkland were the returnrng golf lettermen 19 Wrestling The wrestlmg team under Coach Le Grand fm rshed the season's schedule wlth thirteen w1ns and two looses Teams met by our wrestlers were from Glenwood Crosby Elbow Lake MOYYIS Hawley Wheaton and I-lenmng ROW1 Left to R1ght L Sm1th M Olson V I-Ioldt ROW2 D Fllley R Anderson G Torgerson J West C Rostad 5 Reynolds D Vance C Keller ROW3 G Elde G Johnson H Llllemon B Wermager L Wxllson student manager O LeCrand Coach D Lrllemon G Pederson J Gates D Nelson wmv 20 Skiin A new sports actrvxty m our school th1s year was skung Due to lack of snow locally our skrers had to travel as far as to Houghton, Mlchlgan and to Saw Tooth Mountaxn at Grand Mara1s for practrce The hlgh lxght of the season was the state meet held at Duluth Representmg our school mn competrtron were Tlm Atkmson, a nmth grader, and Scott Hogan mn the alalom James Nyman and Mlke Loken Jumpxng Ronald Alstad 1n cross country Hockey W Hockey IS a relatrvely new sport ln our commumty The program of tramlng begms rn the grades, 15 carrred through jumor hlgh and 1nto the senlor hlgh Competl txve exchange games were played w1th the hlgh schools FW of Wahpeton Detrolt Lakes and Shanley of Fargo 7 wifi' Avia fig 1? N A rw 3 sa 15 iw 4 an 1620 anggjgw 'Q 2 as-new ROW1 Left to Rrght W Swanson R Hesby G Thurnau, Mr Lake coach, D Lunde L Leabo D Olson ROW2 B Severson, S Monk G Connell, L Skjegstad D Trosv1g, L Bergerud, J Neuman, P Olson Wemer L Becklund 21 Basketball A Squad Drstnct 23 basketball champxons plctured adfnlflng the1r trophy are, ROW 1 Left to Rxght T Cashman, T Greenagle R Smner P Johnson,R Serkland,Student Manager D Frees, J Dosen ROW 2 T G1orv1gen, Mr Noack Coach J Soby D We1ss,P Hoff, D Nelson, J Johnson, Mr Hermes, Assxstant Coach 22 B Squad ROW 1 Left to Rrght E Shuck W Robrnson J BJorgm,G John son Student Manager H Nelson D Nelson,R Dahl ROW 2 Mr Hermes, Coach T Glorvrgen Kvem D Estrem L Dom,D Nel son J Dosen 3 . , .. . ,. ,. . 5. . . :. . , g. ,. . . , .. . ,. . - I 3' i 9- ,G- ,. ,. .- ,. . we e x f xii?" f f, if Qi :rf QA 1 e . f 'x ok 1 5131, 4 4 g I ' B Q1 Q Football A Squad ROW 1 Left to Rlght R Hesby S Monk, D Welss, D Estrem R S1nner, A Anderson, G Bels G Rostad G Johnson T Cashman ROW 2 B Wermager T Gl0l'V1g6H P Hoff G Johnson, D Johnson E Darby J Johnson G Blegstad W Swanson R Alstad R Schauff G Kvern ROW3 J Gates, D Waylander J Dosen D Frees, R Wxlde L Becklund A Johnson J Waxte D Lebakken R Dahl L Neulleb J Bjorgen T Greenagle ROW4 L Bergerud student manager J Hermes assxstant coach, N Galloway, Coach L Noack asslstant coach L Berge student manager B Squad ROW1 Left to Rxght T Scully S Le1tte D Estrem,R Alstad D Johnson, D Smlth Coach John Hermes ROW 2 L Neulelb J Wald J Walte D Waylander J Blorgen H Nelson G Johnson ROW 3 W Swanson, J Dosen R Wxlde R Dahl D Nelson, D Lebakken, E Darby ROW 4 J Soby G Paterson, L Beck lund L Nygaard G Kvern A Johnson J Johnson , :. ,. . . ,. . .,. , . ,. . :. ,. 1' x' ' 1' x ' 7' 3' 7' lu ,. . :. . , . ,. . ,. ,. , . ,. ,. ,. ,. , . . :. , , . , '. 3. 1 S- 1 - , :. ,. ,. . ,. . , . 2. ,. ,. 7' I' 7' !' . :. . ,. 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'Q Bruce Award T H Johnson ward Roger Slnner was honored wxth two of the h1ghest awards glven by our school He rece1ved the T H Johnson award for hrs outstandlng work dunng the footballseason The second honor was the Bruce award whlch rated hun as an outstandlng basketball player Natlonal Athletic Honor Society To become a member of the Nauonal Athletrc Honor Soc1ety one must have an average or above scholast1c ratmg and must have earned at least one letter rn athletlcs ROW l Left to R1ght R Bergantme L Berge,R Hanson T Glorvlgen G Thurnau,R Serkland J Gates ROW 2 T Greenagle D We1ss,P Hoff J Soby,G Lunstad,T Cashman D Lebakken 26 0 0 O O O , : . , . . , . , . . , . . 1 . , . . , . . . , . . , X sic Q , . A rife Q A WM. n f Q I K xi 1 , N S ' Q, w 1 ' Ei? , 5 A , R' ' J . ' QU ' 0 A W , 9 5 Ng- 1 Y J xii- x "J: . . f 412. K ,J ag p , , ii I , , f Y 1 1 . ' x MX " X I 4 9' J- XX -6' 2, 42 :Fw 'X Q K' 1-61 N 59? P! 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V, X of ' ' A f K 1 Av f I In X 0 . ff 5 I 3 uv f' gf 1 jp f ' f 'R 'SZ PEN 1 4V W 3 ,y W "1 mb' v 9'- ' f' C5 wb 1 vi 3' ff-Sw " 4 Mfr rf 9, Ll 1 . 4 W . c X1AX I .1 6 QV , X - Za ,I 'S Wg' ff . ' mv ,-4 ,, , 6 , I fi 9 d 1 Q55 l v ,y . ,rf PY 9' ,R ' - , 3 1 I , w A 1 .' ,. Q 1: in 7U'7fl ' Q W is Qi Pep Band The Pep Band is made up of fifty-two membersunder the direc- tion ofAl Jacobs. This group plays for all of the home basketball games and for many of the Pep Fests. Woodwind Trio The Woodwind Trio is made up of Karen Johnson, Arlene Lunde, and Judy Miller. These girls are kept very busy playing for many organizations. They are under the direction of Al Jacobs. Gary Blegstad, baritone soloist,hasbeen busy this year playing for PTA, Red Cross, , Kiwanis, and at the State Hospital. During the Spring Concert he soloed while being ' accompanied by the band. Clarinet soloist, James Womer has been kept busy with his many engagements to appear before many organizations. At the Spring Festival James soloed while accom- panied by the band. Marching Band The Marching Band plays for all of the home football games, Homecoming, and for local parades. It is made up of seventy-seven band members and is under the direction of Al Jacobs. i- Flute Trio Judy Miller, Janet Halvorson and Mary Sund- berg make up the Flute Trio which plays for many organizations outside of school. This year they also played for the Spring Concert. German Band The German Band, a very different type of a group is composed of Roger Hesby, Gordon Braatz, Gary Peterson, John Wade and Philip Caulkins. They played for several different organizations during the year. Clarinet Quartette Pat I-Iarthen, Roger Hesby, James Worner, and Arlene Lunde made up the Clarinet Quar- tette. Besides being active band members they played for several different organizations during the year. Prep Band The Prep Band is made up of twenty students, one senior, seven juniors, and twelve sophomores. They played with the mass band at the district festival. ROW 1, Left to Right: K. Larson, R. Sonmor, .... ..ngquist, D. I-Iilden, D. Stenerson, V. Wickersham. ROW 2: K. Beske, D. Smith, R. Kielrneyer, D. Fick, J. Nyman, G. Rasmusson, G. Rude, M. Kimber, D. Kvemstoen. ROW 3: S. Peterson, J. Rogula, Mr. Jacobs, Director. ROW 1, LEFT to RIGHT S Sampsom, A Evavold, L Svare, M Sandberg, S Sohah, M Larson, S Erxckson, K Johnson, B Rrx ROW 2 A Kowalskl, D Myaer, J Hultman, L Walt, J Lstenson, J Neumann, K Hanson M Tate ROW 3 N Svenneby, J Lukken, J Gundberg,C Vandermeer, J Gerhardson, K Frck, M Sundby, D Evenson, H Wasvlck ROW 4 L Peterson, C Dav1dson, D Wencel, G Rachels, D Nelson, H Llllemon M Prepho, T Halstead Thrs group of srngers met three trmes a week under Mr Blegstad sdrrecuon Theygomed wrth Choral rers B for concert purposes and were a part of the massed chorus for the annua1Chrrstmas concert They also Look part rn the sprrng muslc fesuval The offreers of Lhoralrcrs A are Bernrce Rrx Presrdent Delores Myaer Vrce Presrdent Beverly Strgen Seeretury and Donald Nelson Treasurer 34 Choraliers " " Chorallers Thrs year forty srx grrls comprrsed Choralrers B They were a part ofthe massed chorus and wrth Choralrers A sang solos for the Chrrstmas concert They Look part rn Lhe sprrng musrc festrval M Blegsrad was the drrector of thls group Offrcers of thrs group of srngers are Drna Holmes Presrdent Lrnda Prrebnow Vrce Presrdenr Carol Ness Secretary and Nancy Nelson Treasurer L 1 7 Stanghelle, M Odegaard, L Hagen J Pretts ROW2 G Sander, J Pnebnow M. Frck, S Roehl M Lebakken K Hegseth W Maack, C Bjerkebek M I-Ie11erstedt,J Me1by,M Quernernoen, S Lehman ROW 4 C Enderson B M111er, C Damelson, B Schnver P Keny J Andvxk Peer B Nelson, C Nelson, K Beske L S Peterson ROW3 S Chrrstopherson B Berg K Berge, M Fossen, J Rogula on, C Blondeau, K Klelmeyer, J Frees, 35 ' Q Q f Y K' ROW 1, Left to Right: C. Norton, N. Nelson, D. Holmes P. I-luss R. Drager, B. Lein, J. Bjore, V. Bohn, C. . . , . . : . . , . . . , . ' Q , ' . , . , . , . . . : . , . , . Q . .. U . , . , . .. . . :i . , . . . , . . . . Chorlsters The Chorrsters sang rn the massed chorus Chrlstmas concert wrth other vocal Ol'g3l'l1Z3I1OllS In the sprmg con cert the Chorrsters sang solo numbers as wellas wrth the massed chorus They also parucrpated ln the Drsrrrct rm enty three vocal festrval Mr Blegstad dxrector has charge of all vocal mus1c rn the senror hlgh and of nmth grade cholr 1n the jumor hxgh Pr1 vate vocal lessons are also under hrs drrectron and are avarlable to all cho1r members ROW1 Left to Rrght J Deermg M Grllund J Arneson B Johnson Sec ,D Wllllams J Buck L Cope land C Trosvxk B Swedberg D Stenerson C Schoeler M Clauson, O Hoff D I-Ienmg K Greenwood ROW2 J Wught S Kronemann M Hauge P Klng V Pres K Runnmgen B Loken M Carrlson K A Sethre N Van Hee S Grossman C Mortvedt J Evenson E Beske J Halverson I Halthusen B Clay pool M Hanson ROW4 J Beamrsh, B Hauptll S Fuder C Cashman E Quernemoen D Flnlay M All1son F Benda P Peterson D Anderson M Hoff D Halvorson ROW5 R Gremer T Blegstad Treas M CIIFISLISH J Bjorgen D Johnson J Fetvedt D Pederson M Van Dyke L Skjegstad M Loken D Nel son D Lxllemon ROW6 B Brunsvold L Berge L Becklund D Lebakken Pres ,D Waylander D Peter son D Frrtzell A Johnson R Sonmor A Johanson P Schmrdt 36 O ' ! I , ' : . ' , . ' , . , . , .' . ' ' , . , . - , I . , u , 0 7 0 7 I 0 , 1 . , 0 0 1 . ' , . , . , . ' , . .5 . ' , . , . ' , . Haus, M. Preus, J. Worden, E. Hexum, J. Hansel, J. Hansel, G. Rude. ROW 3: C. Townsend, I. Kronemann, . , . , . , . , A . , . , . , . , . - , . . : . ' . , . , . , . , . ' , . ' , 1. , . , . , . , . . : . ' , . , .5 . I , . . , . 7 . , . , . , . l , . , , - , . . : . , . , . , . , .' . , . - , 1 . , n , 1 , 1 , f I 1 ROW1 Left to Rlght M Bjorgen N Kragrud A Lunde P Eckley, C Sether V Tlesberg C Rlpka K Nel son D Hubbard S Swenson M Fossen Y Skjegstad, C Randklev ROW2 C Andstrom, B Brrmhall S Peterson D Halvorson, D MHth1SOH G Green K Stangv1k J Pratt D Hage H Beberg N Johnson H Sovw den C Johnson ROW 3 R Carrxson S Barley A Hanson K Lundgren J Partrldge J Mrller J Nelson M Olson, H Bjergo B Fredler S Hennrg M Wrlght P Tenneson,J Nelson ROW4 A Thompson M Kxmber Vollbrecht ROW 5 G Rasmusson B Phelps Treas , P Ameson, G Lundstad G Blegstad D FJestad P Hoff A Anderson C West T Cashman, S Monk, V Pres , B Wermager W Vxgen ROW6 G Braatz G Rostad J Johnson L Bergerud R Hesby Pres T Greenagal G Becklund J Van S1CklE G Larson Choir Thrs elghty three vorce choral group consxsts of the more expertenced vorced 1n our vocal dtpartment The chorr together wxth the Chorrsters and Choralrers took part rn the annual Chrrstmas prescntatlon Thty partlcl pated rn the sprrng concert slngmg several solo numbers as well as 1n the D1str1ct twenty three votal festlval held ln Apr1l As IS the tradltlon the cholr sang for Baccalaureate Mr Blegstad conductmg an mformal parts practrce wlth the Cholr 37 , ' 1 . ' , . , I. , . . , . ' , . ' . , . - , . , . , I. , . .. . : . . , . , 0 I l , c l , c , n , a , in , .I , u Y' , . 1 . . : . I , . I , . , . , . , . , . b , . . , . , . , . , , . . : . , . , V. Ordal, G. Peterson, L. Neuleib, J. Soby, R. Charter, D. Aune, J. Neuman, D. Rogula, E. Andert, N. Solum, K. . : . , . , .' . . I . , . , . ' , . , . , . , . . . .' . , . . . : . , . , . , . , . , .5 . , . , . , . . 0 Girls Trlo Thrs very actrve trro composed of Janet Hanson Dranne Hage and Adele Hanson was the only small group organrzed thrs year They appeared at many PTA s and church gatherrngs Thrs new group organrzed by Larry Bergerud plays musrc Wlth a modern beat The members hke to play Combo arrangements wrth a change rn tempo from that of our band ROW 1, Left to Right L Bergerud,D1rector, N Davldson B Nelson, J Wflght, S Lydeen, G Peter son, C Rlpka, K Nelson ROW 2 T Keane, M Bjorgen, F Benda, M Ch1'1st1an,A Lunde, J Worner, P Harthen ROW3 J Pratt 38 rf . , ' ,A gi. J Pops Band ...f:yL,......,, 1 f I f N. 'f uf, 4' " ' .x"Xi, " W. hy ph' JV . . 1 u , . ,. , ff, A f N f xmM,.,,,.M . ' 'M54e:ffv'fW Ly LQ"lSf5w159 'fTf9zM957M'A A "" 'M' "U V .NZM , V ,wh 5 1 :gf W:gm'1Qziw' fK AM v:Q- N- f 1 wimxw aww Y ff mu f 'K f W ,W A W n .323 ' ,4 4 fy X' ,Vw , , WMM, ' l' ,Q If ,s Lv," NsTm""- Karen Nelson acted well her part in charades at the Thespian 1n1t1a tlon party ROW 1 Left to Right K Nelson P King Secretary D Schmidt ROW 2 R Ander son President D I-lalvorson H Sowden J I-lalvorson Treasurer ROW 3 G Bleg stad D Whlte D Hage Vice President J Hanson ROW4 P l-loff A Johanson P Nelson K Vollbrecht R W 5 T Keane Miss Aalgaard Adviser D Clau son T Greenagle i Debate The debate topic this year was resolved: that direct U. S. eco- nomical aid should be limited to technical assistance and d1saster relief R Anderson J Wr1ght M Allison A Johanson M Preus, P Ameson and Mr Crouch adviser went to the Elbow Lake 1nv1ta tional debate meet, the Trl State meet at Concordia and the Rune stone meet at Alexandria thls year as well as the Regional meet in Moorhead Thesplans Act well your part there allthe honorlies " IS the motto of Thespian Troup 994443 Thespians IS a national dramat1c orgamzatlon to which worthy students may be adm1tted Points are awarded on the basis of acting ability service and participation in all phases of speech Thesplans take an annual tr1p to see a play and present a dramatic production For a project this year, the Thespian troupe presented the school with a make up kit 40 . . , . , . , . , . . 1 ' '1 1 O ll , ' - 1 1 1 1 Q Nlwwfm 7 : . , . - , . . : . - - , . , . Y , . , . , - ' , . . 1 . , . , . , . . O : . 1 ' 1 ' ' , . . ROW 1 Left to Rrght Pattr Krng Elrzabeth Karen Nelson Helen Drane I-Iage Mrs Brmklov ROW 2 Donna Whrte Myra Mendel Grllund Tashr Frances Benda student drrector Mrs Mxlton Dxrector Julre Ann Warte Al lmg, Ray Anderson Hrgh Lama ROW 3 Gordon Braatz Chang Gary Bres Bamard Warren Vrgen Trbetan Gary Blegstad Conway Gary Thurneau, Rutherford, Amre Johanson, Mallmson Larry Bergerud Wyland NOT PICTURED Nancy Halstead Lo Tsen Lost Horizon "Lost I-Iorrzon' by James I-lrlton was presented by the senror class The plot centered around a group of people from a crashed plane who were brought to Shangrr La Each of the characters had hrs own rmpressron ofShangr1 La an rsolated cul ture of people who preserved the good thmgs rn lrfe Mallrnson could thlnk of nothrng but the out s1de world and 1nduced Lo Tsen to show hrm the way back Mrs Brrnklow a Chrrstran m1ss1onary and Bernard an Amerrcan busmess man saw llfe here as an escape from thelr past The mam struggle took place as Conway was torn between h1s duty to Shangrr La rn taking the place of the I-hgh Lama and hrs love and loyalty to Helen and Mallrnson Conway frnally left to help Mallrn son escape It was questlonable rf he ever found hrs way back The prologue and eprlogue took place at a dlnner where frlends of Conway Myra Elrzabeth Wyland and Rutherford drscussed the possrbrlrtres of Conway's survrval and retum to Shangrr La Conway was pre sented to the I-hgh Lama who tr1ed to per suade Conway to take hrs place Conway's frrends were puzzled over hrs drsap Under Mrs M1lton's supervlsron, make up pearance transformed the cast rnto Orrentals 41 ,gnu Y I' Y , 3 ,X .1 . xv-a mt : wr, A s r 5 v S 1 Q Q ' ' : w S 1 3 r Q ' Q Q r ' ' Q ' I 7 5 1 3 ra 9 v S ' 5 1 . 2 , . . , . ' - - , - . - . Y . . . . . . , 1 y ' 99 . I 7 D 3 2 V1v1an dons h1s fem1n1ne frnery ROW 1, Left to Rxght D Mathrson as Phylhs, H Sowden as Hulda, D Halverson as Jesse ROW 2 Mr Hanson, L Berge as expressman, J Neuman as Chester,P Hoff as V1v1an, T Greenagle as Francls, T Cashman as Elmer Lovejoy, P Nelson as Mrldred Lovejoy, D Daeh11n as Mrs Wattles, B Fredler as Aunt Jessxe Cur Girls Th1s play by Conrad Se1ler was presented by the Junxor Class When the Lovejoys named the1r sons, V1v1an, Jessle, and Francxs, they hoped to fool rrch Aunt Jessre fwho hated boys, but adored grrlsj 1nto leavrng her money to them Mr Lovejoy planned to borrow part of the rnherrtance that V1v1an would recexve on h1s sxxteenth bxrthday The blow fell when Aunt Jessle announced that she was on her way from England to personally present the fxve thousand dollar gxft to V1v1an The boys frrally consented to be 'gxrls durmg her v1s1t As would be expected, Aunt Jessre rscovered VIVIHH as a boy sneakrng out to see h1s neglected grrl fr1end Phyllrs Aunt Jessxe reconsxdered, told them she loved these boys, and w1th prospects of rnhentance everyone was happy Mother conducts a class 1n the art of curtsymg "V1v1an Hoff and "Jesse ' Halvorson drsagree as Frances Greenagel refere 42 C I 0 5 0 ' ' I 1 0 1 ' o I 5 Y ' :iff 'W .- . , ,, 1 O zationsw EDM-qqpqq i 91 f 4.yw,, . f ' , X P Quill and Scroll Quill and Scroll is a nationally-organized hon- orary organization for students who have earned recognition in journalism. To be eligible for membership, the candidate must be atleast a junior and stand in the upper one- third of his class. He must have done some out- standing creative work in journalism, held an editorial or managerial position, and be recom- mended by his adviser. The Fergus High School chapter has an initiation each spring and fall. In order to be accepted, the reporter must have written fifty inches. ROW 1, Left to Right: P. King, A. Hanson, D. Sch- midt, M. Bjorgen. ROW 2: G. Braatz, K. Nelson, J. Halvorson. ROW 3: L. Bergerud, K. Vollbrecht, D. Hage. ROW 4: Miss Aalgaard, Adviser, M. Sheldon. National ls, Newly elected seniors to N.H.S. are ROW 1, Left to Right: N. Halstead, C. Ripka, M. Bjorgen, K. Nelson. ROW 2: P. King, H. Bjergo, J. Hanson, J. Hal vorson, R. Carrison. ROW 3: R. Ber gantine, M. Sheldon, D. Fjestad, A. Johanson, F. Benda, P. Harthen. Honor Society National Honor Society, a nationally affiliated organization, is open to students whose records show outstanding service, leadership, and character. Prospective members must stand in the upper one-third of their class and are selected by the fac- ulty on the basis of a point system showing meritor- ious workin extra-curricular and required activities. Each year, five per cent of the junior class and ten per cent of the senior class are chosen for mem- bership. They are initiated at the last Senior High PTA of the school year. Juniors elected to the N.H.S. are ROW 1, Leftto Right: D. Hubbard, D. I-lalvorson, H. Sowden. ROW 2: A. Thompson, L. Berge, P. Hoff, W. Christ- opherson. Two year members to N.H.S. are ROW l,Left to Right: G. Braatz, Mr. Crouch, adviser, G. Blegstad. ROW 2: P. Arneson, K. Vollbrecht, D. Schmidt, D. Page, T. Keane. Library Club ROW 1, Left to Right:J. Budke, S. Bjerk- ebek, L. Tollefson, D. Evenson, O. Hoff. ROW 2: J. Miller, H. Johnson, M. Walkup, M. Griepentrog, A. Evavold, G. Boek, M. Mikkelson, J. Benhardus, Miss Larson- Librarian, E. Beske, L. Zahnow, A. Brevig Sixteen girls have worked with Miss Larson, Librarian, this year. A girl is in charge of the charge-out desk each hour, and at noon. The girls also assist in carding new books for the library, do shelving work, and give help to students in securing materials. At the end of two years of service, a book of poetry has been given to each girl, in recognition of work done in the library. T Student Council The Student Council took charge of the Homecoming events in September. They bought and decorated trees for the Christmas season, placing them in the foyers of our building. Carols were played during the noon hours. The Council also sold concessions at games during the year. The "highlight" event which they sponsored was the all school party, the "Snowball"held in February. ROW 1, Left to Right: T. Keane, Presi- dent, J. Neuman, R. Dahl, R. Anderson, Vice President, A. Evavold, M. Hartl, Helen Beberg, Secretary. ROW 2: Den- nis Lebakken, D. Estrem, D. Hubbard, Treasurer, F. Benda, C. Townsend. ROW 3: Mr. Formick, Mr. Engan, Miss Quam, Advisers. Science Club The purpose of the Science Club is to stimulate high school students interested in science. At their monthly meet- ings they have such subjects as the weather, nuclear reactors, and photography. They took part in the regional science fair at Moorhead. LEFT to RIGHT: Mr. Engan, J. Waite, G. Braatz, J. Coffin, C. Cashman, G. Blegstad, Secretary- LEFT to RIGHT: M. Sheldon, J. Nyman, J. Miller, P. Treasurer, D. Hage, K. Nelson, H. Beberg, S. Arneson,Vice-President,D.Fjestad,B.Wermager,F.Benda, Christopherson, J. Halvorson. D. Clausen, T. Keane, President, Mr. Engan. Journalism Club ROW 1, Left to Right: B. Swedberg, M. Preus, C. Cashman, Miss Aalgaard, Adviserg P. Huss, D. Hen- nig, M. Hartl, M. Hoff, C. Trosvig. ROW 2: C. Lun- stad, S. Doble, J. Bjorgen, J. Knudtson, J. Nyman, K. Kielmeyer, E. Quernemoen, L. Hagen, J. Worden, K. Larson. To become a member of the OTTER staff, one must first spend a year studying journalism. These sophomores meet once a week to learn more about all phases of news- paper work from page lay-out to grammar. ROW 1, Left to Right: B. Lien, D. Homes, R Drager, C. Townsend. ROW 2: S. Grossman, J Wright, S. Lydeen, N. Nelson, M. Lebakken, M Fick. S. O. T. A. The Secretaries of Tomorrow Association was organized to extend the knowledge of secretarial students in the line of secretarial work. They had different business speakers during the year talk at various meetings and luncheons. At these meetings and luncheons, members also discussed the imoortance and qualifications of secretaries and stenograjiigg. ROW 1, Left to Right: R. Carrison, Vice-Presidentg O. Hoff, Presidentg R. Paine, J. Gundberg, P. Eckley, M. Walkup, A. Kowalski, M. Gillund. ROW 2: D. Evenson, C. Mortvedt, I. Kronemann, J. Cerhardson, S. Hen- nig, V. Rose, N. Fenske, A. Trenne. ROW 3: Miss Huseby, Adviserg H. Beberg, F. Fick, A. Helm, J. Pratt, Secretary-Treasurer, J. Hanson, J. Estenson, M. Sundby, Miss Tjornhom, Adviser. NOT PICTURED: N. David- son, M. Hanson, J. Olson, S. Worden, K. Nelson, D. White. 46 Students mterestcd rn vocatzonal educatron belong to the Future Bus1 ness ldealrst The arms of FBI are to grve students a closer understandrng of the drfferent krnd of Jobs avarlable and to tram them for thesejobs Each student rs a member of the Mmnesota Drversrfred Vocatxons Club Besrdes the1r monthl-, meetrngs delegates are chosento represent Fergus Falls at the regronal and state conventrons ROW 1 Left to Rrght J Adler, V Ordal, R Burns, Treasurer W Vrgen, Pres1dent, R W Washburn Advrsor N Halstead, Vrce Presrdent B R1x Secretary, D Myaer, K. Haus ROW2 L An derson B Quam D Trangsrud N Errckson M Samuelson M Meyer L Tollefson C Vandermeer J Lysne Red Cross Council Among the very actrve organrzatrons of our school IS the Jumor Red Cross Councrl 'We Serve " the mo of the Councrl, rs employed rn school and commumty To carry out thrs motto, the club rs chvrded rnto srx servrce commrttees, Productron Frnance, Internatronal, Commumty Servrce, Commtuuty Program, and School Programs and Publrcrty The act1v1t1es of the Councrl thrs year were varred and mterestmg The Chrrstmas season proved to be one of hard work for the members They went Chrrstmas carolmg, sent baskets to the poor, and made center preces for the old people's home The commrttees Jorned to help at blood banks, assrsted rn schools when shots were grven and worked at the ch1ldren's orthopedrc clrnrc Another brg project was the establrshment of a scholar shrp that makes possrble the comrng of a forergn student to our commumty for the next school year Tlus year the Junror Red Cross truly followed 1ts motto We Serve " ROW l Left to Rrght Mxss Tjornhom, Advrser, J Arneson, S Barley, J Beamrsh, K Beske, J Scully, K Lundgren, S Snustad, M Fossen, Y Skjegstad C Randklev, N Fenske J Halvorson, N Kragrud M Bjorgen Mrs Bechtel, Advrser ROW 2 S Sateren,A Lunde K Greenwood J Mzller J Halverson, S Swenson,M M1kkelson,J Lukken, S Roehl B Swedberg, M Preus M Frck B Rrx D Stenerson S Mauer, D Anderson ROW 3 V Rose,J Deermg S Frlley, S Sampson, K. Larson, S Tollerud D Mathrson, M Carrrson, B Loken, N Jolmson, C Johnson H Sowden, K Johnson, C Sether B Johnson ROW4 S Grossman, J Coffm, D Hage H Bjergo J Hultman,B F1edler,P Tenneson,P Peterson, H Beberg K Nelson, J Neumann, K Hanson, E Hexum, M Sundby ROW 5 M Allrson M K1mber,J Wnght B Mrller, P Nelson, C Rrpka, G Rasmus son, D Rogula P Harthen K Vollbrecht C Mortvedt, K Krelmevor 47 I Q B Q I 9 , . . . 7 . , : . . . 5 . ' . . , 5 . 5 . , - . . : . - 9 ' r ' 1 ' 1 ' x ' 1 . , . , . . 0 . . . . . . i , Y tto ' 2 . 3 ' " . . . . ,, , : ' . . . . . . . . . , . . , . . , . , . . : . . , . , . , . . . . . , . . , . , . , . , . . . :Q . . ' , . . . , . . . . . , . . . , . . : . . . ,I c , c A 0 I O , D 0 I . . . : . , . . , . . . ,. - . , . , . , . . . . FTA ROW 1 Left to Rlght C Nor ton K Runmngen K Green wood B Johnson J Ameson S Swenson N Kragrud K Beske M Bjorgen C Randklev ROW 2 Mxss Tjornhom Advlser J Halvorson, S Balle Vxce Presrdent H Sowden, S Sampson M Wrxght J Walte E Hexum S Roehl M Fzck ROW3 Y Skjegstad S Peter son R Payne M Carrlson D M3thlSOH W Maack D Hal vorson Treasurer B Nelson S Fllley ROW4 A Lunde C Rlpka M Olson, C Mortvedt Presrdent J Wright K Voll brecht, J Gundberg J Lukken J Halverson NOT PICTURED S Worden Secretary Membershlp IHFTAIS open to any student who IS lnterested 1n becomlng a teacher Hxghllghts of thls year's work were the FTA day Jn Moorhead the Homecommg Tea for the alumnl the "Punch Party for County Vocatlonal Day and the FTA Convocatzon They also had a slelgh r1de party a guest nlght and an award day for the senior members of the organlzatlon The prxmary alm of the FFA IS the development of agrlculture leadershlp cooperatlon and cltlzenshxp The Through FFA the boys progress toward establxshmg a farm Act1v1t1es of the local chapter mclude dalry so1ls crops and general lxvestock judgmg and partxcxpatlon ln state and dlstrxct Judglng contests Earller thxs year fourteen members made a tr1p to South St Paul to attend the Marketlng School at the stockyards ROW 1 Left to Rlght H Was V1Ck A Fronn1ng P Weyrens C Hogenson, C Oak D Smlth F DeLagoon P Meyer Reporter ROW2 R Sonmor R Umlauf G Johnson P Vollbrecht P Johnson V1ce Presldent, L Fyhrle D Lerfold J Knutsen ROW3 D Bauman, W Bar tels B Schoon A Norgren R Maack W Thom J Johnson ROW4 A Wangsness J Odegaard A Bjorgum Mr Halvorson Adv1ser,G Rachels, H Llllemon, Presxdent F Ler fald L Anderson Q Q o , ' : . - 1 ' . 1 ' ' Y ' J ' ! . , . , . , . .I , . - : ' , l 2 ' ' l Y: D . , . Q ! ' - Y ' l ! . , - I , . . - : . , . - , . , . ' , 0 . y o , 0 ' l 7 ' ! ' 'A . 1 . , . 1 ' ' 1 . , . . , ' - . , . , . , . . Q w I I' I - , u 1 , . o ' 1 F. F. . Fergus Falls chapter of the FFA belongs to the chartered state organization. , . . . -. - . . 1 . . I . . . . I l . l ., I , , . , ' 1 . - I B ' ' I ' 2 . - , 1 H , . , . , . : . , . , . , . , . I y . . . . , . , . . J ' D ' Y ' , . , . . : . , . 1 ' 1 ' , . . , . , . . , 1 THE OTTER the newspaper of Fergus Falls Hxgh School 1Spl1bl1Sl'1Cd nrne umes throughout the school year It 1S wrrtten edrted and managed by a group of semor hrgh students who must frrst complete one year of study 1n Journalrsm Club THE OTTER IS judged each semester along wrth other schools ofthe same s1ze enrollment by the Na uonal Scholasuc Press Assocratron and by the Co lumbra Scholastrc Press Assoc1at1on on content and make up Re Reporters who have wrrtten frfty rnches of excel lent materral who are rn the upper one thrrd of therr class and who are edrtors are el1g1b1e for member ship rn Qurll and Scroll the mternatronal honorary SOCIETY for hlgh school Journalrsts G Braatz, Edltor rn Ch1ef M Sheldon Assoclate Edr tor D Schmrdt Feature Edltor, K Nelson, News Edl tor, L Bergerud, Sports Edrtor Otter Staff ROW 1, Left to R1ght J Partrldge News K Lundgren, Artlst, S Snustad Typlst, P Kmg, Feature, B Brrmhall, Advertrsmg S Tol1erud,Advert1s1ng, S Swenson News A Thompson, Feature, J Mxller,News, M Bjorgen, Sports N Kragrud News ROW 2 B Johnson,Feature, D Evenson, Clrculatlon J Nelson Sports J Coffln, Feature,P Harthen,News, P Nelson Feature K Vollbrecht, Clrculatlon K Stangv1k,Art1st J Neumann, Fea ture, D Hubbard News J Ha1VOISOH,BuS1H6SS, A Lunde,News ROW 3 J Deer1ng,C1rculat1on, A Hanson, Crrculatlon, D Halovrson Feature,H Beberg, Clrculatron, C Mortvedt, Typxst, C R1pka,News,J Pratt,Ad vertlsrng B Strosche1n,News H Sowden,Advert1s1ng K Johnson, Sports, S Frlley Sports ROW 4 J Walte, Artrst, M K1mber, News J Nyman, Photographer A Johanson, Sports, P Arneson Prlnter, T Keane,Photogra pher,D Grunewald Photographer, G Lundstad Pr1nter, L Berge, Prmter, K Frck, Crrculatron V Telsberg Cn' culatlon B Mrller C1rcula.t1on NOT PICTURHD B Van M6tCf,C1ICu18t1OH J I-lanson,Bus1ness,P M111er,Fea ture W Chnstopherson, Feature 49 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 . l - - 3 . 3 - S ' x ' ' ' : . , 3 . ' . , ' . 3 ' . u 3 . ' . 3 3 . i 1 ' . ' . . 3 . , . : . ' . ' 3 . l , 3 . ' . ' . 3 3 . 3 . l . 3 .. - . . ,n , S l ' -' f l : -. . . . .. I I . , D . .. . D . . ' Y . . - , 3 .I 3 . 3 . ' . ,I . Z . . . S . .S I I ' 1 , I .1 I 1 I .- .. l . , . , l - , . ' . ' .. .S ' . , - 3 .I 3 . I . Q . ' . - 3 . . ROW 1 Left to Rrght J Halvorson Photographer, J M111er, Musxc, A Sethre Actlvltxes, O Hoff, Typlst, M Sundby Advertrsrng K. Nelson Drama, J Warte Drama, A Trenne, Advertrsrng, M Bjorgen Organr zatrons, V Rose, Sophomore and Junror Staff ROW2 H Bjergo Faculty andAdm1mstrat10n, P Tenneson Typrn, A Helm Typrst, K Frck, Actrvxtres P Harthen Senror Staff J Pratt, Index, H Beberg Musrc, P Peterson Adverusmg C Rrpka Advertrsrng K Stangvrk, Sophomore and Junror Staff ROW3 L Ber gerud Art, G Becklund Sports A Johanson, Senror Staff D Fjestad ACt1V1t1eS, R S1nner,Advert1s1ng L Wrllson Act1v1t1es, D Gruenwald, Photography M Sheldon, Act1v1t1es, G R1erson, Organ1zat1ons NOT PICTURED C Blegstad Sports, D Schm1dt, Drama, S Worden, Musrc Annual Staff Ph11Arneson Edrtor rn Chref, Pattr Krng ArtEd1tor Terry Keane Prcture Edrtor KathrynVo1lbrecht, Busrness Manager, and the Advrsers, Mrss l-lalcrow and Mrs Berge Otter Tales rs the school yearbook comprled by members of the Senror Class To the senrors thrs edrtron means arevrew ofthe events whrch brrngs to a close therr hrgh school days and thereby a severance from the Alma Mater To underclassmen the yearbook brrngs memorres ofevents as progress IS made to the Senror year and then they become the edrtors Many rnterestrng lessons were learned rn thrs com prlatron Through efforts of the staff and cooperatron from the Scrence Club a dark room was added The drvrder sheets and many of the prctures were enlarged bv our workers Every mme you saw a flash at Convocatron J preture was taken to help keep a memory ahve, We hope that as you page through the Annual you wrll feel that YOU WERE THERE 50 , : . , - . 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" -Q0 .Q 5 C ,N fs A sf Prlnclpal Superintendent Mr EdwardW Bechtel Mr L E Wermager Among 1ts many achrevements the Class of 1958 marl s a mrlestone rn hrstory It has the drstrnctron of berng the frrst to graduate after horizons have been expanded to mclude the realrty of space and rnter planetary actrvrty, thrnk 1ng and research Theor1es have become known facts The entrre world wrll be greatly effected by the new place scrence and 1ts tremendous drscoverres wrll play rn our lrves Your hfe wrll take on new meamng, your abrhtres new values, your achrevements new and greater srgmfrcance Your hrgh school educatron although not a term1na1 educat1on does lay foundatrons upon wluch you w1ll contrnue to burld We smcerely trust your foundatrons are good enough for the contmued trarmng wlnch you must acqurre to meet these new challenges You have but begun' Congratulatrons upon your 3CtlV1t1ES and achrevements Our socrety 1S placmg a new trust ln you Your challenge and obhgatron from that socrety IS greater than ever In a democracy such as ours, each generatron must w1n anew rts mdependence L E Wermager Superrntendent Members of the School Board SEATED, Left to Rlght Mel Olson Melvyn Townsend, Dr Carl Lund Kenneth Severn STANDING Norman Arvcson, Supermtendent L E Wer mager, Chester Rosengren 52 . . . X n , . . I 7 . D. . .0 7 ' . Y' x i W ' 1 . ,Dr. , I I is ' . 1 Facult Miss SWANHILD AALGAARD - English II, Otter, Thespians, Joumalism, Quill 8rScroll, Concordia College, B.A., University of Colorado, M.A. PAUL ANDERSON - Biology, Cross Country, Hockey, Track, Tennis, Science Club Adviser, Ass't. Sophomore Class Adviser, Gustavus Adolphus, B.S. Mrs. LILLIAN BECHTEI. - World History, Junior Red Cross Adviser, Gustavus Adolphus, B.A. Mrs. HELEN BENJAMIN - Home Ec. V., Adv. Homemaking 1, Convocations Committee Ticket Sales, Stout Institute, Menomonie, Wis., B.S. Mrs. PEARL BERGE - American History, Annual, SophomoreClass Adviser, Au sbur Colle e ' s s g B.A. CONRAD BLEGSTAD - Vocal Music Instructor, Convocations Committee, Luther College, B.A. NELS BRUDVIG - Industrial Arts IV. 8: V., Visual Aids Adviser, Ass't. Junior Class Adviser, Luther College, B.A. CARROLL CROUCH - Social Studies, Debate, Ass't. Speech Coach, Senior Class Adviser, N ational Honor Society, Dakota Wesleyan University, B.A. EARL ENGEN - Chemistry, Physics, Student Council, Concessions Adviser, Science Club, Augs- burg College, B.A., University of Minnesota M.S. HIUVIAN ENQUIST - Industrial Arts IV., Adv. Shop, Business Mgr. of Thespians, Junior Class Adviser, Stage Work, St. Cloud Teachers College, B.E. gyryyv . A 5? 5 i V i 'fiihu 'Z 'kv .Y V fr , rr . 5 4.77 r H ,M .vrf r 3, Miss Swanhild Aalgaard Mr. Paul Anderson Mrs. Lillian Bechtel Mrs. Helen Benjamin Mrs. Pearl Berge Mr. Conrad Blegstad Mr. Nels Brudvig Mr. Carroll Crouch Mr. Earl Engen Mr. Hilhnan Engquist Mr John Hermes Mlss Ilthel Huseby Mr. Alfred Jacobs Miss Fay Jensen Miss Gertrude Larson Mrs. Mary Milton Mr Joe Forrmcl s Joyce Frey Mr Norman Galloway Mrss Grace Halcrow Mr E J Halverson Mr Dorwm Hanson Mrs Vera Haskell Mr Frank Hedlund JOE FORMICK Art, Arts 6rCrafts, Jumor Class Advrser, Ass't Student Councrl Advrser, Ass't Junror Red Cross Ad vrser, Art Club, Moorhead State Tcacher's College, B E Mrs JOYCE FREYE Geometry, Convocatrons Commrttee, Trcket Sales, Unrversrty of Mrnnesota, B S NORMAN GALLOWAY Athletlc Drrector, Football Coach, Study Hall, Bemrdjr State Teacher's College, B A Mrss GRACE HALCROW Bool keepxng, Typrng, Ass't Senror Class Advrser, Ass't Annual Adviser, Mayvrlle State Teachers College, B A Mr E. J HALVERSON Vocat1ona1Agrxculture II 81111, Ass't Semor Class Advrser, FFA, Faculty Mgr Athletrcs, Iowa State College, B S Mr DORWIN HANSON Enghsh 10, Englrsh 11, Speech Coach, Ass t Junror Class Advrser, Convocatrons Commrttee, Jtuuor Class Play, Concordra College, B A Mrs VERA HASKELL Plane Geometry, Hrgher Algebra, Solrd Geometry, lrrgonometry, Concessrons Advrsor, Ass't Sophomore Class Advrsor, Carleton College, BA Mr FRANK I-IEDLUND Orchestra, Convocatrons Commrttee Charrman, Noon Musrc Club, Unrversrty of Mmnesota, B S M Ed Mr JOHN HERMES Phy Ed Instructor, Baseball Coach, NAI-IS Advrser, B" Squad Football and Basl etball, Student Counc1lAdv1sor rn charge of Cheerleaders, Noon Hour Program, Moorhead State Teachers College, B E Mrss ETHEL HUSEBY Ste nography I, Typrng, Secretarral Offrce Practrce, Convocatrons Commxttee, Concessrons Advrser, Sophomore Class Advrser, SOTA, Umversrty of Mmnesota, BS Mr ALFRED JACOBS Band Drrector, Convocatrons Commrttee, Musrc for all occasrons, Luther College, B A , Umversrty of Iowa, M A Mrss FAY JENSEN Physrcal Educatron Instructor, Noon Hour Program, Pep Club, Trcket Sales, GAA Senror Class Advrser, St Cloud Teachers College, B.S Mrss GERTRUDE LARSON Lrbrarran, Lxbrary Club, Sen1or Class Advrser, Trcket Sales, Moorhead State Class Play, Ass't Speech Coach, Senror Class Advrser, Unrversrty of Mrnnesota, B S Mxss HARRIET MINOR Latrn II, German I 8: ll, Jumor Class Advrser, Concessrons Advrser, Trcket Sales, Umversrty of Mrnnesota, B A Mr LOWELL NOACK Amerrcan Hrstory, World l-lrstory, Basketball Coach, Ass't Football Coach, Sophomore Class Advrser, Valley Cxty Teachers College, B S Mrss EVANGELINE QUAM Enghsh 10, Ass't Speech Coach, Trcket Sales, Student Councrl Advrser, Concessrons Advrser, Concordra College, B.A Mrss ALICE ROGDE Home Eco nomxcs IV :Sz V, Junror Class Advrser, Trcket Sales, Convocatrons Commrttee, Iowa State College, B S Mrss SU SANNE TJORNHOM Stenography ll, Typmg, FTA, Ju.n1or Red Cross Advxser, S O T A , St Olaf College, B A Mr RUSSELL WASHBURN Co Ordrnator, Related Subjects, Gurdance, Actrvrtres Treasurer, Trcltet Sales, Sen1or Class Advrser, Frre Drrlls, Drrector of mght school classes, Iowa State Teachers College, B A , Unrversrty of Iowa M.A Mr DOUGIAS WILLSON Clerrcal Offrce Practrce, Study Hall Cafeterra, Cafeterra Trcltet Sales, Concessrons Manager, Valley Cxty State Teachers College, B A Mrss CONN ROSTAD School Nurse, Concordra College, , Faxrvrew I-Iosprtal, R. Mlss Harrret Mmor Mrss Connre Rostad Mr Lowell Noack Mrss Susanne Tjornhom 1' 8 Mrss Evangelxne Quam Mr Russell Washburn Mrss Alrce Rogde Mr Douglas Wrllson u D l . l I -. ll. I I l Q ' " ' ' ' . . T' Teachers College, B.S., University of Minnesota, B.S. in LibraryScience. Mrs.MARY MILTON--English 125 Senior B.A. ' ' ' N. ! L I 55 Secretary Mrs MARLYS SIEMS SSHIOY Hrgh Secretary Frrst Floor X-'r Cafeteria Staff LEFT to RIGHT Mrs Sha, stew and gravy maker Mrs Magnuson, chref cook plans menus buys grocerres and supervrses the work 1n the cafeter1a,Mr Cau1k1ns,pee1s cooks and mashes potatoes Mrs Rrngstad bakes cakes, and pre paresvarrous sauces Mrs W1ck keepsthe krtchen sparkhng clean Bus Drivers LEFT to RIGHT C Cam, L Blornlre, A Berge, C Pederson, A Myers V Ramberg,H Carlstad Custodlans and Thrrd Floor C Muchow Cafeterra 56 3 ' - I ! . . ' . ' 7 ! S. . , . - '- S - y ' I . a , f . . H.Bergstrom, Gymnasium and H. Johnson, L. Anderson, Second Floor, C. Burmeister, Head Janitor . I 3 . , ' . , ' i 17 . lx , 2 Q Q , nm, I .L 4 .- 1, if? QQHA .gan 5 O .1 gi," ,fyff ,A 31 1 A Typical Sophomore Sophomore Class Qffieers LILFT to RIGHT K Johnson Secretary, B Swed berg,V1ee Presrdent, J Bjorgen, Treasurer, T Glor vrgen, Presrdent a quarter of a m1le down thrs hall and ROVV 1, Left to R1ghL L Duenow, C Enderson, M llnguurst, J Bearnrslr, C Bjerlebel J Andv1l, lx Buch holz, R Drager J Bucl, M Clauson, K Berge POW " D Arntson, R Bergzmtma, R Dahl, C Cashman, B Berg, V Bohn, B Brown, M Baldwm, J Bjore B Dahl ROW 3 C Davldson, 'I Blrgstad, B Clnypool S Clrr1stoph+.rso1r,lx Desle L Copeland C Damelson, l: Adler, F DeLagoon, T Burseth ROW-l G Bjorgum, M Chrrsuan, L Dorn, J Dosen, E Darby, D Eslrem, M Alhsou, J Bjorgen, C Blondeau, L Anderson lXO'l PICTURTD R. Alstad, D CJl'lSOD S Doble 58 Q g . r- - , . . . . . - . ,, . ' II - . . . L . . x x, . x . - ' . ' , . Q f. . . r ..: . . ' . . . ' . . . . , . . 2 . . 1 . ' ,. '- 3 ' ai ' ' N. I ' . , . , . . . . . . . .... .... . 1 1 . f x . , . . ROW 1, Left to Rrght, D Holmes,J Grage, D Hlnnlg, M Hanson, K Hanson, E Hexurn, S Fuder, J Frees, M Halvorson, P Huss ROW 2 L Hagen, M Fossen, J Hansel J Hansel, M Frclt, H Hartl, M Hellerstedt D F1clx, B Hauptll ROW 8 K Hegseth, G F1eld,M Frthen, D Frnlay, M Hoff S Grossman, S Hogan, Halstead ROW 4 A Fronnlng, D Houge, J Fetvcdt, D Frrtzell D Eggen, A Johnsor , L Fyhrxe NOT PICTURED T Glorvrgen, L Gullxelcson, J Hanson, F Jacobs C Johnson ROW 2 D Melby, L Lrllernoen, S Mauer, W Maacl , K Larson, L Johnson, M Lol en, J Knut son, J Mauer, G Merz ROVV 3 D Lerfald S Mrlckelson, S Lydeen, P Kenyon, K Krelmeyer, C Krlde, A Lunde, C Keller, J Johnson ROW4 S Le1tte, P Johnson, A Luccl, F Lerfald, G Kvem, D Karlstad D Kvernstoen, K Larson, B Meyer INOT PICTURLD K Johnson, J Kenyon, S M Larson, S R La1son,V Mlehealson 59 . ' . . : , . . . 4. . , . . ' V T. . 2 .... , . . 1 . . ROW 1, Left to Right, S. Mauer, B. Licn,M. Lebaklaen, S. Knutson, C. Knudson, L. Leabo, P. Meyer, M.Krause, . . . . 2 . ' . . Q . . . , ROW 1, Left to Rrght D Muchow, K Norgren, N Nelson, M Odegaard, J Pretts, L Pr1ebnow, C Nelson W Noble ROW 2 B Nelson, S Roehl J Rogula, J Peer,S Peterson,G Sander J Perk1ns,J Rolla ROW 3 D Nelson, C Oak G Rude,M Preus,E uernemoen C P1ekarsk1,J Monk,G Marohl S Ross ROW -1 R Neun an, G Paulson, B Robmson, H Nelson, G Rachels M Prepho, L Nygaard, D Nelson, L Peterson NOT PICTLJRED A Ness, S Nokelby J Norgren, R Nyman, R Pederson, W Prkop, G Randklev ROW l Left to Rlght T Scully, H Wasv1ck, R Sol1ah,D Stenerson, C Sehoeler, C Trosv1k,D Wllde Stanghelle ROW2 L Sk-1egstad,J Tr1epke,K Towslee,M Swenson, J Wr1g,ht,J Worden, B Swedberg, Schuck ROW 3 J NV11l1ZlY11S,D Synstehen G Wh1tloCk,C Townsend,B Schrwer, J Ward P Vollbrecht Waute D Trosvxgb ROW 4 P Schmldt M Van Dyke, J Swenson, R Sonmor W Thon1,D Wencel Schroeder, D Snuth D Tysver INOT PICTURED B Severson, G Spxes, IN Svenneby, E Thompson R Wenstrom V NVICIILTSIIIIU J Worner 60 1 - , - . ..... . . , 1 , gr' - 1 . . , . . . I -. , . , g, ' . . . , . . , . . . , . . y 1 V f f . . . .... , . . . Y - ' ff I . , U I ' 1 . . ' . V . . 't . . , C. . 1 . ' . ' . . . Y . . E, . : . . , . . . . , . , J, , . Y, : . , . . . , . . , D, - - 1 , ' , , -, 1 1 . . ' '. . , 3 I I v . , . . , . . Typical Junior Junior Class Officers LEFT to RIGHT J Partr1dge,Secretary G Lunstad, Treas urer D I-Ia1verson,Pres1dent T Greenagel Vxce Pres1dent Hey, look One hand" ROW 1 Left to R1ght J Deenng, S C1ausen,J Budke G Boek, B Anderson,P Bergerud,A Brev1g M Ander son S Bjerkebek ROW 2 J Car1son,J Arneson, M Carr1son,C Buchho1z,J Coffm, E Andert J Benhardus, C Andstrom E Beske S Bally ROW 3 R Drager,L Becklund D Bauman,W Barte1s,T Cashman,D Aune, J Br1tt,B Brunsvold L Berge NOT PICTURED K Buch J Car1son,W Chr1stopherson,D Daehhn 62 . . :. 3. - g. 3. ,- . u q l , .. . . ,. . . . ,. - ,. . - ..... . ,. . ,. ,. . .. . ,. . . . . . ,. . :. ,. . . . ROW 1 Left to Rlght B Johnson, K Greenwood, A Evavold, J Halverson, M Hauge, S Erxckson, K Gerhard son, S Fxlley, M Fossen, D Hubbard ROW 2 J Hu1trnan,B Fledler, G Johnson M Gnepentrog G Gul hckson C Johnson, H Johnson, D Ha1vorson,I Holthusen ROW 3 D Ha1vorson,D Frees, C Hogenson,D Penske, T Greenagel, D H11den, G Hanson, J Gates, R Gremer ROW 4 D Harmon,P Hoff, G Goese,W Jacobs ROW 1 Left to Rlght A Lunde,J M111er, K Larson, M M1kke1son,M Larson, K Johnson,I Melby K Lund gren, N Kragerud ROW 2 J Letlch, B Mxller J Ne1son,D Mathxson N Johnson,J Lubke J Nelson M Kxmber, B Loken ROW 3 R K1e1meyer,D Mokler J Johnson D I.ebakken,R Maack,G Lunstad H L11 lemon J Knutson 63 , ' : . . . . . . . - . . . . : . . . , . , . - ' , ..... : . . . . . .... . . . . . . . N , : . . .. . g. . . , . - U . . : .' . , . . , . . , . ,I . . . : . . ,. , . . . , . - , . . ROW 1 Left to Rlght C Norton, S Sateren, S Peterson S Sampson N Solum, C Sether, S Sohah J Part ndge S Snustad, J Scully ROW 2 D Rogula G Rasrnusson S Reynolds P Nelson H Sowden,J Neuman, A Norgren J Neuman, R Rmgstad ROW 3 G Peterson,G Rostad J Nyman D Peterson J Soby J Ode gaard K Norgren B Schoon L Neule1b NOT PICTURED D Keller S Lehman M Loften,J Lukken, P M11ler K Nelson,D Olson,I-I Ramberg R Schm1dt ROW 1 Left to Rlght S Tollerud S Swenson A Thompson, M Sundberg M Wrlght, L Zahnow L Svare J Wedll K Trenne ROW 2 B Stroschem H Swenson, G Taylor, L Waxt R Umlauf,V Te1sberg J Stroscheln, P Weyrens ROW 3 A Wangsness R Wllde D We1ss,D Waylander R Stoxen W Swanson,B Wallme R Thompson NOT PICTURED B Stene B St1gen D Trosv1g N Vzml-lee B VanMeter, J VanS1ck1e 64 . x 3 . . . , . , . . . , . - 7 ' - - l 5 - , . , . , . , . . ' 9 - . . D Z . . , . , . , . , . - . n ' , - , . . . : . , . , . . - 1 - - . , . . , ' : , , . , . . , . . , ., ,- . I , , : . , .. .. . , . . , . ' . . : . , . I , . I. , . , . . . , . , : . , . , . , . , . . . TN RR he 4'5f'Q, qjicfgqro ' 'sw Q' fs R Ka,V..'X'3 J ,, E80 , I am? Y WXQ ,T Q . Honor Roll Valedictorian Gordon Braatz Honor Students ROW l Left to R1ght J I-Ialvorson, Trenne,D Schm1dt,M Bjorgen ROW 2 R1 ka P Km , R Bergantme ROW 4 P 8 Sheldon, K Vollbrecht ROW5 P Arne son G Blegstad 66 Salutatorlan Arnold Johanson lx , ' : . A. . ' . ' . : A. Helm, D. Hage, K. Nelson. ROW 3: C. ' , . ' . ' . : M. JOHN ADLER FBI 3 ANDY ANDERSON Band 1, Chorahers 1, Chou' 2,3, Football 1,2,3, Basketball 1, ,3, Baseball 3, Track 1,2,3 CURTIS ANDERSON FFA 1,2, Wre stlnng 1,2 DARIENE ANDERSON- Chorahers 1,2, Chonsters 3 LUCILLE ANDERSON RAYE ANDERSON Student Councxl 3, Sc1ence Club Chorahers 1, Thespmans 2,3,Wrestl1ng 1,2, Jr Class Play, Sr Class Play, Thesp1an Play 2, Debate 3 PHIL ARNESON Student Councxl 2, Soph Class Treasurer, Sc1ence Club 1,2, NHS 2,3, Annual Ed1tor 3, Band Concert, Marchmg 1,2,3, Chorallers 1 Chonsters 2, Cho1r 3, Football 1, Debate 3 HELHSI BEBERG Stu dent Counc1l3, Red Cross Counc1ll,3, SOTA 3, Sc1ence Club 3, OTTER staff 3, Annual staff 3, Or chesua 1,2,3, Chorahers 1, Cho1r 2,3, Pep Club 1,3 JOHN ADLER ANDY ANDERSON CURTIS ANDERSON DARLENE ANDERSON LUCILLE ANDERSON RAYE ANDERSON PHIL ARNESON HELEN BEBI-IRG 2 - - . -- 13 n . n . o . . 4 . I . 5 . : I Y A 67 GARY BEC KLUND FRANCES BENDA HELEN BJ ERGO MARY BJ ORGEN ALYN BJ ORGUM GARY BECKLUND--Annual Staff 35 band: Concert, Marching 1,25 Choraliers 15 Choir 2,35 Tennis 35 Golf 1,2,3. FRANCES BENDA- -Transferred from Duluth5 Student Council 35 Science Club 2,35 Orchestra 2,35 Band: Concert, Marching 2,35 Choristers 3. ROBERT BERGANTINE--Jr. Class Vice-President5 Track 1,25 Cross Country 2,3. LARRY BERGERUD--OTTER Staff 2, Sports Editor 35 Annual Staff 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Orchestra 1,25 Band: Concert 1,2,35 Marching 1,25 Choraliers 15 Choristers 25 Choir 35 Football 1, Manager 35 Basketball 1, Manager 25 Baseball 2,35 Hockey 2,35 Golf 35 Saxophone Quartet 1,2,3. GARY BlES-- Transferred from Wahpeton, N. Dak.5 Football 35 Sr. Class Play. HELEN BJERGO --Red Cross Council 35Annua1 Staff 3- Band: Concert Marching l,2,35 Choraliers 1 Choristers 2, Choir 3 MARY BJORGEN Red Cross Councll 1 2,3, FTA 1 2,3, Science Club 2, OTTER Staff 2,3, Annual Staff 3 Quill and Scroll 3 Orchestra 1,2 3, Band Concert, Marching 1 2 3 Choraliers 1 Choir 2 3, Pep Club 1,2 3 Vocal Small Group 2, Sr Class Secretary, Joumallsm 1, Speech 1,2,3 ALYN BJORGUM Wrestling 2 3 DENNIS BJORGUM GARY BLEGSTAD Science Club 3,Annual Staff 3 N H S 2,3,Band Concertl 2,3,March1ng2 Choraliers 1 Choir 2,3, Thespians 2,3, Football 1 3 Track l,3, Jr Class Play, Boy's State 2 Basketball 1, Citlzenship Award 2 One Act Play 2, Sr Class Play ROLLIN BOTTS Golf 1,2 GORDON BRAATZ Student Council 2, Soph Class President, OTTER Staff 2 Editor 3, Quill and Scroll 2 3, N H S 2 3 Orchestra 1,2 3, Band Concert,Marchmg1,2 3, Choraliersl Choir 2,3,N S P A Delegate 1, Journallsm l Sr Class Play BONNIE BRIMHALL Red Cross Council 1,2, OTTER Staff 2 3, Choraliers 1 Choir 2,3 Pep Club 12,3, Homecoming Attendant 2 ROGER BURRIS F Bl 3, Choir 2, Football 1 2, Wrestling 1,2 RITA CARRISON Red Cross Council 2,3, S O T A 3 Choristers 2, Choir 3, GAA 2 Pep Club 3 Home coming Queen 3 Homecoming Attendant 2 PHIL CAULKINS Science Club 3 Orchestra 2,3, Band Concert, Marching 1,2,3, German Band 2 Radio Club 1,2 ROSS CHARTER Choraliers 1 Choir 2,3, Wrestling 2 Golf 1 2,3 DONALD CLAUSEN Science 1,2,3, OTTER Staff 2, Orchestra 1,2 3, Radio Club 1 Debate 1 8 ROBERT BERGANTINE G LARRY BERG ERUD GARY BIES 68 I ! Q I , . I U , . , . 1 ' ' 5 5 ' K , ' I , , s s , ' , 9 -- , , l -- ' 5 - - - ' 5 1 ' 5 5 . . , 3 . . . 5 . , . l i l . I ' 7 ' ' ' ' ! 3 ! . : , ' S ' . . . . ' 5 - ' " ' 7 ' 3 , 9 y ' - -" I. I I , ' , ' c -' ' ' . . . . 3 ' ' 3 5 - s - -- s . 5 . , I " 9 ' 5 r ' " ' ' 1 ' 325 x. '52, 'Wax I 5 T 5.1 fe 2 . 5 if .1 5. V , , . ' Rctg? I I , r 1 ' 9 'V x . -qri, .5 , M , if J 1 A an Q .-ab -'sf A X ,av " L. I ' l ' fi: leg' , ' .4 BONNIE BRIMHALL ROGER BURRIS RITA CARRISON ol PHILIP CAULKINS ROSS CHARTER DENNIS BJ ORGUM GARY BLEGSTAD ROLLIN BOTTS GORDON BRAATZ lid? DONALD CLAUSE! GARY CONNELL NANCY DAVIDSON Sul PATRICIA ECKLEY NANCY ENDERSON CARY CONNELL--Jr. Class Treasurer- Hockey 2,3. NANCY DAVIDSON- -Red Cross Council 1,2,3- S O.T A 35OTTER Staff 25Band. Concert Marching 1,2,3- Choraliers 15 Choristers 25 Choir 3- PepClub 1 2,3. PATRICIA ECKLEY--S O.T A 35 Choraliers 15Choir2 35 GAA 1' Pep Club 1,2,35 Girls Sextet 2- Jr Class Play. NANCY ENDERSON--Orchestra 15 Choraliers 15 Choristers 2. NORMAN ERICKSON- F B I 3-Footbal1l5 Wrestling 1. JEAN ESTENSON-- S O T A 35 Choraliers 1,2 3. DELORES EVENSON-- RedCrossCouncil 1,25 5.0 T A 3- Library Club 2 35 OTTER Staff 2,35 Choraliers 1,2 3- Pep Club 1. JOYCE EVENSON--Library Club 2- Choraliers 1,25 Choristers 3. NANCY FENSKE- -Red Cross Council 3- S O.T A 3 KARREN FICK--S O T A 35 OTTER Staff 2,35 Annual Staff 35 Choraliers 1 2,35 Pep Club 3- Journalism 1. DENNIS FJESTAD--Science Club 1,35 Band' Concert 1,2 35 Marching 35 Choraliers 15 Choir 2,35 Jr. Class Play. PETER FRI-IES--FFA 1 2. JERRY FREITAG--Football 15 Basketball 1,2 JOANN GERHARDSON S O T A 3, Library Club 2, Chora lrers 1,2,3, Pep Club 1,3 MERIDEL GILLUND S O T A 3 Choralrers 1 2, Chonsters 3, Pep Club 1 3, Sr Class Play RAY GORDON Radxo Club 1, NORMAN ERICKSON JEAN ESTENSON IILORES EVENSON JOYCE EVENSON Y Q . e 0 ' 7 , 1 I Q 1 1 I 1 . . . , 1 l Y l P I Q ' 1 , . . . . 3 ' , ' ' '- Fbotball 1, Track 152,35 cross country 3. N I. Q, , vo NANCY FENSKE KARREN FICK DENNIS FJESTAD PETER FREES JERRY FREITAC JOANN GERHARDSON MERIDEL GILLUND RAYMOND GORDON yt' CAROL GRANDLUND JANET HALVORSON ADELE HANSON JANET I-IANSON J EW ELL HANS ON GAIL GREEN DENNIS GRUNEWALD 72 J OYC E GUNDBERG DIANN E HAGE NANCY HALSTEAD 'Exe xy d Q."A,T 2 7 1-' Fxy W -11 MARY HANSON RICHARD HANsoN PATR1ciA HARTHEN KATHERINE HAUS ARLYS HELM SIDONNA HEN NIG CAROL GPJXNDLUND--Orchestra 1,2,35 Band: Concert 1,25 Marching 1. GAIL GREEN--Band: Concert, Marching l,2,35 Choraliers 15 Choir 2,35 GAA2,3. DENNIS GRUNEWALD--OTTER Staff 2,35 Annual Staff 2,3. JOYCE GUNDBERG --Red Cross Council 15 FTA 1,2,35 S,O.T.A. 35 Choraliers 152,35 GAA 15 Pep Club 2,35 Library Club 25 Annual Staff 3. DIANNE HAGE--Red Cross Council 1,2,35 Science Club 35 OTTER Staff 2, News Editor 35 Quill and Scroll 35 N.H.S. 2,35 Band: Concert, Marching 1,2,35 Choraliers 15 Choir 2,35 Thespians 2,35 Cheerleader 2,35 Pep Club 1,2,35 Vocal Small Group 25 Girls' Trio 35 Jr. Class President5 Soph. Class V.-Pres.5 Journalism 15 Jr. Class Play5 Sr. Class Play5 ThespianPlay 2. NANCY HALSTEAD--F.B.I. 35 Band: Concert, Marching 1,2,35 Homecoming Attendant 25 Junior Class Secretary5 Sr. Class Play. JANET HAL- VORSON--Red Cross Council 1,2,35 FTA 35 Science Club 35 OTTER Staff 2,35 Annual Staff 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Orchestra 1,2,35 Band: Concert, Marching 1,2,35 Thespians 2,35 Cheerleader 1,2,35 Pep Club 1,2,35 Flute Trio 2,35 String Group 15 Woodwind Quintet 25 Journalism 15 Jr. Class Play 25 Thespian Play 2. ADELE HANSON--Student Council 25 OTTER Staff 2,35 Choraliers 15 Choir 2,35 Pep Club 1,25 Vocal Small Group 25 Girls Trio 35 Journalism 15 Homecoming Attendant 1,3. JANET HANSON--Student Council 25 FTA 1,2,35 OTTER Staff 2,35 Journalism 15 Orchestra l,2,35 Choraliers 15 Choir 2,35 Thespians 2,35 Vocal Small Group 25Girls Trio 35 Snowball Princess 15 Homecoming Attendant 35 Soph. Class Secretary5 Jr. Class Play. JEWELL HANSON--Transferred from Ashby5 S.O.T.A. 3. MARY HANSON--S.O.T.A. 35 Choraliers 15 Choir 2,3. RICHARD HANSON--Baseball 1,2,3. PAT HARTHEN--Red Cross Council 1,2,35 OTTER Staff 2,35 Journalism 15 Annual Staff 35 Orchestra 35 Band: Concert, Marching 1,2,35Chora1iers 1,25 PepC1ub 35 Clarinet Quartette 1,2,3. KATHERINE HAUS-- F.B.l. 35 Choraliers 15 Choristers 2,35 GAA 15 Pep Club 1,3. ARLYS HELM-- S.O.T.A. 35 Annual Staff 35 Orchestra 1,2,3. SIDONNA HENNIG--S.O.T.A. 35 Choraliers 15 Choir 2,35 Vocal Small Group 2. ROGER HESBY--Student Council 15 Orchestra 1,25 Band: Concert 1,2,35 Choraliers 15 Choir 2,35 Football 1,2,35 Basketball 15 Hockey 2,35 Track 1,2,35 Clarinet Quartette 1,2,35 German Band 2. ORLA HOFF--S.O.T.A. 35 Library Club 2,35 Annual Staff 35 Choraliers 1,25 Choristers 3. ,. if Y -is 'fa' SH. ROGER HESBY ORLA HOFF STEVEN JAENISCH ARNOLD JOHANSON .Zz- GORDON JOHNSON PETER JOHNSON TERRY KEANE PATRICIA KING LESTER KIPHUTH BARBARA KNUDSON 74 g' I S 52 f 5 in . , Af: Z, '!f f . , ." .fi .,, 56. H 1,-U 34' 'na- - . . - V . ..:4"x A " ' " Q , J-45' Q!! CHARLES KNUTSON AUDREY KOWALSKI STEVE JAENISCI-I One Act Play 2 ARNOLD JOHANSON Sc1enceClub 1,0TTERStaff3 Annual Staff3 Choralrers 1,2 Chonsters 3,Thespxans 3, Golf Debate 3, Sr Class Play GORDON JOHNSON FFA 1,2,3, Concert Band 1, Choralrers 1, Football 1,2,3, Basketball 1 Wrestlmg 2 3, Track 2,3, I-Iomecommg K1ng3 PETER JOHNSON FFA 1,2, Basketball 1,2 Baseball 2 3, Cross Country 2 TERRY KEANE Student Counc1l3 Sclence Club l,2,3, OTTER Staff 3 Annual Prcture Edxtor 3, N H S 2,3, Orchestra 1,2,3, Band Concert, Marchmg 1 2,3, Choralxers 1, Thesp1ans3, Radro Club 1,2, Journalrsm 2, Jr Class Play Student Dlrector PATTI KING OTTER Staff 2 3, Annual Staff 3 Qurll and Scroll 2,3, Chorallers 1,2, Chonsters 3, Thesp1ans 2,3, Speech 2, Joumal 1sm 1 Jr Class Play, Thespran Play 2 Sr Class Play LESTER KIPHUTH BARBARA KNUDSON CHARLES KNUDSON AUDREY KOWALSKI S O T A 3, Band Concert Marching 1,2,3, Chora hers 1,2,3 ILENE KRONEMAN S O T A 3 Chora hers 1,2, Chonsters 3 SHIRLEY KRONEMANN Red Cross Councrl l, Chorahers 1 2, Chorxsters 3 GAA 1,3, Pep Club 1 GARY LARSON Band 1,2, Choralxers 1, Chorrsters 2, Chorr 3, Football 1, Basket balll Baseball l,2,3, Sr Class Treasurer DELWYN LILLEMON Choralrers 1,2, Chorlsters 2, Football l Wrestlmg 1,2,3 DAVID LUNDE Hockey 2 3 JO ANN LYSNE F B I 3 'fix' ILENE KRONEMANN GARY LARSON A SHIRLEY KRONEMANN DELWYN LELLEMON DAVID LUNDE JOANN LYSNE , l i 15, n " ii ' J M . W ' f , E fl f.r,. V ! 4, .rl V- 1 V0 .V I --n D - . 1 S 1,2, Orle Act Play 25 :Fhespian Play 2, Journalism 25 I I ' , ' ' ' . -- ' 5 1 ' ' " s ' ' 3 ' ' ' . . . ' u : ' , I I 4 l , , 5 . I . ' 9 - ' ' 9 - G. . . . ' : , U Z ' . h .... , . , . , I . 3 3 ' . . -- . ' . S V J! 75 MURRAY MEYER JUDITH MILLER SI-IELDON MONK ELDON NELSON CHESTER NELSON DONALD NELSON KARIN D NELSON CAROL ANN MORTVEDT DAVID MUCHOW DOLORES MYAER l. -an 9' ' A W :V 'Jfjl S s xr A PX, I. , X i E I Xp . , ,.A A .4 , A 'Q A gg 76 MURRAY MEYER FFA 1 2, Baseball 2 JUDY MILLER Red Crox Councxl 1 2,3 Otter Staff 2,3,Sc1ence Club 1,2,3, Joumahsm 1, Annual Staff 3, Orchestra I 2,3, Band Concert 1,2 3 Marchmg l,2,3, Pep Band 2 3, Chorallers 1 Choxr 2,3,Pep Club 1 2 3 Flute Trro 1,2,3, Vocal Small Group 2 SHELDON MONK Chorallers 1, Chorrst ers 2 Chorr 3 Football l,2,3,Basketball 1 2,3, Baseball 1,2,3, Track 1,2 3 CAROL ANN MORTVEDT Red Cross Councrl l,2,3, FTA 2,3 S O T A 3, OTTER Staff2,3,Chora11ers 2, Chonsters 3, GAA 1 Pep Club 1, Journalrsm 1 DAVID MUCHOW Football 2 Student Manager, Basketball , ,2 GAA 1 2 3 CHESTER J NELSON Cafeter1aWorker 1,2,3 DONALD J NELSON Wrestlrng 2 3 ELDON NELSON FFA 1,2 KAREN NELSON Red Cross Councrl 1,2,3, OTTER Staff 2 3 Annual Staff 3 Qulll and Scroll 2 3, Orchestra 1,2,3, Band Concert 1,2 3,Ma.rchmg 1,2,3,Pep Band 1,2,3, Choralrers 1, Chorr 2,3, Thesprans 3, Pep Club 1,3, Senror Class Play 3, Thespran Play 2 Jumor Class Play 2 KARIN D NELSON Transferred from Forsyth Montana, S O T A 3, Chonsters 3 RAY NELSON WARREN NELSON FFA 1,2, Choralrers 1 JOANN OLSON S O T A 3 Chorallers 1 Chou 2 3, Vocal Small Group 2 MARIANNE OLSON FTA 1,2,3, Orchestra 1,2,3, Chorahers 1, Chou 2 3 PAUL OLSON Basketball 1 3, Tenms 3, Hockey 2 3, Senror Class Vice Presrdent VERLA ORDAL Choralrers 1, Chorr 2 3,F B I 3 Vocal Small Group 2 VIRGINIA OTT Red Cross Councrl 12,3, FTA 1,2 3 F BI 3 Choralrers 1,2,3, Pep Club 1 ,2"""'fw 1? KAREN NELSON RAYMOND NELSON WARREN NELSON JOANN OLSON MARIANNE OLSON 77 PAUL OLSON VERLA ORDAL VIRGINIA OTT ,f z ' I, ., ,Q , 'F 1 X' . I ,'- '7 " " ,-,. T X 1 -- a , l . n -- ' , 5 . ' . . .. U P . : I I. . ? . I ' . , , 3 . ' . ' -- . 3 3 . I , . 5 ii . . . . . . ' . ' . 3 1,33 Track 1,2,3. DOLORES MYAER--F.B.I. 3- ,Choraliers 1 ,3g , , . , 9 ' 5 ' ' ,' u ' , 2 . . . 3 l I l 3 ' 1 ' . Q ' "' .1 . , . . . . . -- . - " ' , ' . . . 3 i . -- Q , ' , 5 . . . 5 ' . Q J 3 J P s as ALLYN PALMER ROSALIE PAYNE J ANICE PRATT RICHARD PRIBBERNOW DENNIS PRIEBNOW J ERALD QUAM PATRICIA PETERSON ROBERT PHEIPS ALLYN PALMER ROSALIE PAYNE Red Cross Councll 1, FTA 123 SOTA 3,FBI 3 Annual Staff 3,Choral1ers 1, Chou' 2 3, Pep Club 1 PATTY PETERSON Annual Staff 3, Chorahers 1,2 Chor lsters 3,GAA 1 ROBERT PI-IELPS Transfer Student from Detrolt Lakes, Chou 3 JANICE PRATT Student Councxl 1, S O T A 3, OTTER Staff 2 Annual Staff 3,0rchestra 1,2 3, Band Concert 1 2 3 Marchmg 1,2, Chorallers 1, Chonsters 2, Chou 3 Journalxsm 1 DICK PRIBBERNOW Football 1 Track 1 DENNIS PRIEBNOW FFA 1 2 BOB QUAM F Bl 3, Sk1 Team 1 JERALD QUAM MARIE QUERNDAOEN Chorahers 1 2 3 JANICE RAM BERG CAROL RANDKLEV Red Cross Counc112 Red Cross Commcxl 2 Annual Staff 3, Chorahers 1 2, GAA 2 3, Pep Club 2,3 SHAROLD REYNOLDS Wrestlmg 1,3 CECELIA RIPKA Red Cross Coun c111 2 3 FTA 1 2 3 OTTER Staff 2 3, Annual Staff 3,0rchestra 3,Band Concert I 2 3 Marchmg 1,2 3, Pep Band 2 3, Chorahers 1, Choir 2,3, Pep Club 1 Vocal Small Group 2 Journahsm 1 BERNICE RIX Red Cross Councml 3 F Bl 3, Chorahers 1 2 3 Pep Club 3 4 fi I Y -. 4 ' ' u , , 5 1. . . . - . . . 3 -- ' 9 - ' f . . . . - ,Sy A 4 . s , . 1: ,s , S . . . . 5 - -- s I . -" Y 0 , -- ' , , . A . - X lg? FTA 3, Choraliers 1,2, choir 3. GLORIA REIERSON -- 3 ' ' 5 ,V 1 ' G 1 ' ' I , -T . -- - XF , . s , , 9 , ' i I ' ' 5. .1 r 3 9 ' 1 ' ' 1 ' 12:35 4 i I s " I ' ' - ' J 1 9 .gf 1 Q ,ff ,Ei 5. 78 ROBERT QUAM MARIE QUERNEMOEN J AN ICE RAMBERC SHA ROLD REYNOLDS CEC ELIA RIPKA CARYL RANDKLEV BERNICE RIX GLORIA REIERSON I , x r'xl5,,X' Y . "' fa 79 VALJEANN E ROSE WAYNE ROVANG KAREN RUNNINGEN MICHAEL SCHNEIDER DAVID SCHOENING MARILYN SAMUELSON RICHARD SCI-IAUFF DONNA SCI-IMIDT VALJEANNE ROSE--Red Cross Council l,2,35 S.O.T,A. 35 Annual Staff 35 Chora- liers 1,2. WAYNE ROVANG--FFA 2,3. KAREN RUNNINGBXI--FTA 35 Choraliers 1,25 Choristers 3. MARILYN SAMUELSON--F.B.I. 35 Pep Club 1. RICHARD SCI-IAUFF--Football 1,2535 Wrestling 15 Track 1,3. DONNA SCHMIDT--Red Cross CoLmci12,35 Student Council 15 Science Club 1,25 OTTER Staff 2,35 Annual Staff 35 Quill and Scroll 2,35National Honor Society 2,35 Choraliers 1,25 Thespians 2,35 Girl's State 25 Citizenship Education Representative 25 Journalism Club 15 Speech 1,2,35 Jr. Class Play 25 Thespian Play 2. MIKE SCHNEIDER--FFA 1,25 Choraliers 1,2. DAVID SCI-IOENING. ROGER SERKLAND--Science Club 1,2,35 Basketball Student Mgr. 2,35 Golf 1,2,3. ANN SETHRE- -Annual Staff 35 Chora- liers 15 Choristers 2,35 Pep Club 2,35'I-Iomecoming Attendant 1. MILO Sl-IELDON --Science Club 35OTTER Staff 2,35 Annual Staff 35 Quill and Scroll 2,35 Journal- ism 15 Pres. Sr. Class. ROGER SINNER--Annual Staff 35 Football l,2,35 Basket- ball l,2,35 Baseball 152,35 Track 253. YVONNE SKJEGSTAD--Red Cross Council 1,35 FTA 35 Choraliers 15 Choir 2,35 Girls Vocal Small Group 2. KAREN STANG- VIK--Red Cross Council 1,25 OTTER Staff 2,35 Annual Staff 35 Choraliers 15 Choir 2,35 GAA 1,25 Pep Club l,2,35 Journalism 15 Girl's Vocal Small Group 2. RICHARD STAVAAS. MARY SUNDBY--Red Cross Council 2,35 S.O.T.A. 35 Annual Staff 35 Choraliers 1,2,3. MARILYN TATE--Red Cross Council 1,25 Orchestra 1,25 Choraliers 1,2,35 GAA 1,2535 Pep Club 1,2,3. PAT TENNESON-- Red Cross Council 35 Annual Staff 35 Choraliers 1,25 Choir 35 GAA 1,2,3. 80 away' HH YVONNE SKJEGSTAD KAREN STANGV IK RICHARD STAVAAS ROGER SERKLAND MILO SHELDON ANN SETI-IRE xg? fl hd 'Gir- MARY SUNDBY MARILYN TATE PATRICIA TENNESON "' ' mf ROGER SINNER A If 7 W 'Q , 5 3 eAi QS ' -lr' we X. . - 'f""F x,-L A 8 JAMES THUNSELLE GARY THURNAU LYLA TOLLEFSON yy W VERNA Toso DENNIS TRANGSRUD ARLETTE TRENN1-1 CAROLYN VANDERMEER WARREN VIGEN 82 5 110 5 ' f . E' x JIM THUNSELLE FFA 1,2 GARY TI-IURNAU Band Concert 1 2 Choral1ers 1, Baseball 2,3 Hockey 3 Track 2,3 Sr Class Play LYLA TOLLEFSON Red Cross Counczl 2 3 FBI 3 Llbrary Club 2 3 Chorallers 1,2 VERNA TOSO Chorallers l 2 3 DENNIS TRANGSRUD FBI 3 Golf 1 2 ARLETTE TRENNE SOTA 3 Annual Staff 3 Band Concert 1,2,3, Marchmg 1,2,3 Pep Band 3 CAROLYN VANDERMEER FBI3 Cl-oralxers 1,2,3 GAA 1 WARREN VIGEN FBI 3 Orchestra 1,2 Choral1ers 1 Cho1r 2 ,3 Basketball 1, Baseball 1 Track 1 KATHRYN VOLLBRECI-IT Red Cross Councll 1,2 3 FTA 1,2,3 OTTER Staff 2,3 Axmual Staff 3 Qu1ll andScroll3 Natlonal Honor Soc1ety2 3 Orches tra 1,2 ,3 Chorahers 1 CI'IO1f 2,3 Thesplans 2 3 Pep Clubl Journahsml Jr Class Play Thespxan C1ub2,3 OTTER Staff 3 Annual Staff 3 Orches tra 1,2,3 Choralxers 1 Chou 2, Thespxan Play 2 Sr Class Play Vocal Small Group 2 Speech 1 3 Journa11sm 1 MIKE WALDHAM MARY LOUISE WALKUP SOTA 3 L1brary Club 2,3 GENE WELLS FFA I 2 BRIAN WERMAGER Sc1ence Club 3 Orchestra 1 2 ,3 Chorallersl Cho1r2,3 Football 1,2 3 Basketball 1, Wresthng 1,2,3 Rad1o Club 1,2 CHARLES WEST Studer Councmll Orchestra 1,2,3 Band Concert 1,2,3 Marchmg 1,2,3 Pep Band1,2,3 Choralxersl Chonsters 2 Cho1r 3 JOHN WESTERBERG GENE WELLS BRIAN WERMAGER KATHRYN VOLLBRECHT MICHAEL WALDHAM JULIE ANN WAITE S4 MARY WALKUP CHARLES WEST JOHN WESTERBERG -- 2 , 5 ' ' s 5 3 . h . 1 -- . ,S S . I , 5 - " 1 J ' "' I y ' "" I s 1 ' 1 - -- , s A ' 9 - U . I -- s s s ' s . 3 I . " ri s I s ' s ' I D i 1 I. ' 3 . I 5 .25 I ! ' l Play 2. JULIE WAITE--FTA 1,2,3, science s n s g 9' - s 5 ' 5 - A s 5 , g . I . -- 5 l . -- , - . -- . s , s u 9 5. :I ' sl - -- ' I 5 5 2 , , i 5 - 9 5 3 . . I M 83 GARY WESTERHAUG Football 2 FFA 2,3 DONNA WHITE Transfer from Perham Hrgh School, Red Cross C0l1IIC113 SOTA 3 Scrence Club3 Chonsters 3, Thesplans 3, Sr Class Play DARLENE WILLIAMS Orchestra 1,2 Chorahers 1,2 Chorlsters 3 LARRY WILLSON Annual Staff 3 Band Concert 1,2 3 Marchmg 1,2, Choralmers 1 2 Wrest1mg2,3, Student Mgr TBIIIIIS 3 SANDRA WORDEN Red Cross Coun Orchestra l,2,3 Choralxers 1 2 Chou 3 Pep Club 3 Representative Sensors The Representatlve Senlors, Janme Hanson, Donna Schmrdt GaryB1egstad and Ph11 Ameson, recelved thelr award by chorce of faculty and student body Thxs honor 1S based on dependa b1l1ty leadershlp fnendhness scho1arsh1p responsxbllrty and cooperatron LARRY WILLSON GARY WESTERHAUG DONNA MARIE WHITE DARLENE WILLIAMS SANDRA WORDEN Senior Class Officers The '58" class offrcers were M110 Sheldon, Presrdent Paul O1 son, V1ce Presldent Mary Bjorgen, Secretary and Gary Larson, Treasurer The Senlors chose s11ver and royal blue for thexr class colors and the blue carnat1on as therr class flower The class motto was "The elevator to success ms out of order, use the staxrs " 47" z A I. PQ fd O -Q 5 , . u In 5 9 I . " 5 X , .s 2 i . , , 'H 34 '75 it ' , s -s R cil 1,2,3'g FTA 1,2,35 soTA 3, Annual staff 3, . I A s ' , s ' s , 7 Q V I I K 2 ' W A 4 I I 0 ' I f R , . . . 5 - ' ' 9 5 84 Arneson 81 Larson Acknowledgments The staff of THE OTTER TALES is indebted to the counsel and supervision of our advisers, Mrs. Berge and Miss Halcrow. We would also like to thank Clarence Lee and Mr. Gray of the FERGUS FALLS DAILY JOURNAL for providing us with sports pictures and news of the year. Our sincerest thanks go to Mr. Engan and the Science Club, who provided the darkroom and the equipment, which made it possible to improve our pictures, and to Oxley Studios, Dalseg Studios, Gudding's Photo Service, and Oyloe Studios for their fine photographic work. We appreciate the financial assistance given by the following businessmen: Fergus Dairy Fergus Falls National Bank Sz Trust Co. First National Bank Glende 8cJohnson Funeral Home Johnson Drug National Tea Packing Plant Normandy Cafe Olson, Enstad, Larson O'Meara's Dept. Store Ottertail Power Oxley 8cSons Studio Oyloe Studio Security State Bank Skogmo Cafe Town 8: Country Dairy Fergus Clinic Dahl Music Co. John Dieseth Co. Erickson Hardware Falls Drug Fergus Falls School of Beauty Culture Fergus Jobbing Co. Fergus Lumber 8zFuel Fergus Oil Co. Fergus Plumbing 8zHeating Fossen Oil Co. Foss-Welander Jewelers William Galena 8tSon Gambles Dr. B. Gervais Gillespie Shoe Co. ' f' Gudding Photo Service Hanson -Neumann Accountants Hartz Super Mart Hauberg Jewelers Highway Greenhouse Johnson Furniture Co. Victor Lundeen 8zCo. Madsen's Metzger Super Valu Modern Laundry dz Cleaners Montgomery Ward Co. Neighborhood Grocery Dr. Nelson 8zBritt Norby Dept. Store Northwestern Sash 8aDoor Roy Olson Music Ottertail Co-op Oils, Inc. Park Region Bakery Park Region Medical Center Piggly Wiggly Food Store Ranch House -Rovang Jewelers Dr. K. Severn Star Laundry dz Cleaners Style Shop Skyline Cafe Ugeblad Publishing Lampert Lumber Northwestern Bell Telephone Don Albertson, Television- Appliance Dr. A. Anderson Dr. D. L. Anderson Anderson 8zSandberg Oil Co. Arrow Petroleum Barke 8zAllison Bible Book 8zGift Shop Bopp Hatchery Campbell Coal Co. City Cafe 8tBakery Claude S. Reitan Coast to Coast Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Commerce 8zLoan Co. Consumer Gas Co. Davenport Stationery Davidson Metal Shop Diamond Furniture Co. Edgetown Lumber Co. Erickson Travel Service , Inc. Fergus Bowling Center Fergus Glass 8:Paint Co. Fergus Hatchery Fergus Nash Motor Co. Gearhart's Funeral Service Hintgen-Karst Electric Co. Hoffman Glass Co. Holten Lumber Co. Ken 8zBob's Sinclair Service Kimber Awning Kronemann Insurance Agency Lake Alice Grocery Dr. Winston Lee Les Tire Service Lightfoot's Shop Lincoln Standard Service Lohn Optical Co. Markstrom Drug Mauk Jewelers Moen Realty Nelson Brothers Printers Nelson Drug Dr. O. A. Norman Olson Auto Electric Olson Furniture O'Meara's Beauty Shop Rasmusson Cafe Sampson Shoe Store Service Food Market Seven-O-Service Skogmo Motors S 8:L Co. South Mill Standard Station Spidahl Ski and Sport Shop Stemsrud 8zEmerson Drug Valley Floral Co. A. A. Vollbrecht Dr. F. W. Veden Warrens Radio QTV Waylander Chiropractic Clinic W. Earl Williams Clara B. Wright Jacobs, Franklm 59 Danxelson, Carol 17 ,35 ,58 Personal Index Sophomores Adler, Eugene 58 Alllson, Mary Kay 30 36 ,40,58 Alstad, Ronald 20,24 Anderson, Lawrence 48, Andvxk Joyce 35,58 Arntson, Daryll 58 Baldw1n, Mlchael 58 Beamxsh, Juha 29,36,47 58 Berg, Beverly 35 58 Bergantme, Ross 19, Berge, Kathryn 31,35, Beske, Karm 33,35 47 58 Bjerkebek, Carolyn 35,58 Bjore, Jarnce 35,58 Bjorgen, John 24,28 46,58 Bjorgum, Gary 58 Blegstad, Thomas 30 Blondeau, Colleen 35 58 Bohn, Vlola 35 Brown, Beatrice 35 Buchholz, Karen 58 Buck, Joyce 36 58 Burseth, Terry 58 Carlson, Danxel 30 35 4 Cashman,Constance 31, , 5,46, Chrlstlan, Mlchael 18,29 ,3 1 ,38 Chrlstopherson, Soma 35 ,45,58 Clauson, Myrna 36,58 Claypool, Bette 28,36 ,58 Copeland, Lavay 6,17,36, Dahl, Barbara 58 Darby Edwm 24 58 Davldson, Charles 34, Delagoon, Frans 48,58 Doble, Shlrley 29,31, Dorn, Russell 29,30 58 Dosen, Jeffrey 24,58 Drager, Romayne 35 46 Duenow, LaVera 58 Eggen, Donald 59 Enderson, Conrue 35 58 Engquxst, Manlyn 28 ,29 ,33, Estrem,Dav1d 8,24,30,4 ,58 Fetvedt John 59 F1ck, Dons 33,59 F1ck,Marlys 35,46,47,59 Fxeld, Eugene 59 Fmlay, Deboma 36,59 Flthen, Margaret 59 Fossen, Mary Beth 17,35 Frees, Jordlth 35 59 Fr1tzell, Donald 31,59 Fronnmg, Arlen 48,59 Fuder, Shelba 36 59 Fyhrle, Lawrence 48,59 Glorvlgen, Thomas 24, ,58 Grage Joan 59 Grossman, Soma 29 30,36,46,47 Gullxckson, Llla 59 Hagen, Luella 35 46 59 Halstead, Thomas 34 59 Halvorson, Mary 59 Hansel, Jana 36,59 Hansel, Jean 36,59 Hanson, Jerry 59 Hanson, Karen 17,34 47 59 Hanson, Myma 36 59 Hartl, Mary 30 ,45 ,46 59 Haupth, Beverly 36 59 Hegseth, Kathryn 31,35 59 Hellerstedt Marlene 35,59 Henmg Dlane 29,36,46 59 Hexum, Ellen Hoff , Marllyn Hogan, Scott Holmes, Dma Houge, Davld Huss, Pamela 36,47,59 2s,31,ae,4e 59 2o,29,31,s9 35,4659 28,29,35,46,59 Johnson, Allan 24 29,59 Johnson , Johnson , Johnson , Johnson , Johnson, Denms 24,31 Gary 59 James 48,59 Karen 6 29,3o,32 ,ss Lynn 59 Johnson, Pau 48,59 Karlstad, Denms 59 Keller, Chfford 59 Kenyon, Joan 17 Kenyon, Patncxa 35, K1e1meyer,Karen 35,46,47,59 Kllde Clmton 8,59 Kxlde Sharon 28,59 Knudson, Geraldme 17, Knudson, John 8,46 ,59 Knutson, Sh1r1ey 59 Krause, Marlo 59 Kvem, Gordon 24 59 Kvernstoen, Dav1d 33 59 Larson, Kenwood 59 Larson, Sharon M 8,30, Larson, Sharon R 59 Leabo, Larry 20,59 Lebakken, MEICIH 31,35, ,59 Lem, Blrdelle 35 46,59 Lertte, Steven 24,59 Lerfald Denms 48,59 Lerfald, Franklm 48,59 L111emoen, Lmda 17,59 Loken, Mlchael 20,29 59 Lueck, Alan 59 Lunde, Alan 59 Lydeen, Sharon 28 30,38 46,59 Maack, Wyonne 17,35 59 Marohl Geraldlne 60 Mauer, Joseph 59 Mauer, Sharon 59,47 Mauer, Shlrley 59 Melby, Davld 59 Merz, Glen 59 Meyer, Bruce 59 Meyer, Paul 48,59 Mxchealson, Vxncent 59 Mlkkelson, Sandra 8 59 Monk, JoAnn 60 Muchow, Donald 60 Nelson, Barbara 13,30, 38,60 Nelson, Carol 35,60 Nelson, Davld 60 Nelson, Donald 24,34 60 Nelson, Hollls 19,24 60 Nelson, Nancy 35,46,60 Neuman, Ronald 31,60 Noble Warren 60 86 ,59 Norgren, Kay 60 Nokleby, Sonyla 60 Nygaard, Levr 13,24 6 Nyman, Rrchard 60 Oak Charles 48 Odegaard Mary 35,60 Paulson, George 60 Pederson, Rxchard 60 Peer, Joyce 35 Perluns, James 60 Peterson, LeRoy 19,34 60 Peterson, Sharon 33,35,60 P1ekarsk1, Cleojeanne 17 60 Plepho, Marvm 34, P1kop, R Wesley 60 Pretts, Judlth 35 60 Preus, Madelyn 29,31 36 40,46 47 60 Pnebnow, Lmda 35,60 Quernemoen, Ehzabeth 28 30,36 ,60 Rachels, Gaylord 34,48,60 Randklev, Gary 60 Robmson, J wllllam -60 Roehl, Susan 35,47,60 Rogula, Judlth 33 ,35,60 Rollag, James 60 Ross, Sally 60 Rude, Glorxa 33,36 60 Sander, Glor1a 35,60 Schmldt, Paul 60 Schoeler, Cor1nne 29,36 6 Schrxver, Barbara 35, Scully, Thomas 24 60 Severson, Berdell 20 Skjegstad, Lloyd 20 Smrth, Donald 24,33 ,48,60 Solxah Ronald 60 Sonmor, Robert 33,48 60 Sp1es, Gary 60 Stanghelle, Colleen 35 60 Stenerson, Darlene 33 ,47,60 Svenneby Nonnan 34,60 Swedberg,Bonn1e 7,28,36,46,4 ,60 Swenson, Jerome 60 Swenson, Manlyn 60 Synstel1en,Denn1s 60 Thom,W1ll1am 48,60 Townsend, Carol 13,17,29,36 45 1 Towslee,Kath1een 60 TIOSVIR, Carol 36,46 6 Tr1epke,Jo1ene 60 Tysver,Denn1s 60 Van Dyke, Martm 60 Vollbrecht, R Paul 48 6 Wald John 24,29,31, Wa1te,Jonathan 24,28,30,60 Wasvlck, Harland 34,48 60 Wencel,Dav1d 34,60 Wenstrom, Rodney 60 Whltlock, George 60 W1ckersham, Vlfglnla 33 60 Wllde Donna 60 W1111ams,James 60 Worden, Jul1e 31,36,46 60 Womer, James 29,30 31 38 Wr1ght Jean 28,30,36 38,40 46 "' 1 1 ,l '- -- "" 1 7 -- I 1 " . .' -- - -- -- 1 "" 1 '- . - U i -- . -- ,eo . . -- , ,, 7 -- -- , . 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