Forest City High School - Redskin Yearbook (Forest City, IA)
- Class of 1951
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How! Wanna-See Redskinand his pony
are waiting to offer you a ride on the
happy trails of Yesterday. Manymoons
have come and gone since you first
pitched your tepee at FCHS. Therefore,
you will find either an Indian brave or
maiden waiting at each bend in the trail
to help you recall the former gatherings
of the tribe for music, plays, sports,
and other happy pow-wows.
FOREST CITY HIGH SCHOOL
Forest City, Iowa
Arlys Leach Editor
Gracia Nilssen Asst Editor
Leonard Lackore Bus Mgr
E I Betty Nelson. . . Z .ArtiEd1tor
To Miss Clara Hendrickson, senior class
sponsor of 1951, who has united our efforts
ona common Study, established in us a desire
to learn, insured classroom tranquility, de-
fended us from the evils of
moted the welfare of her students, and im-
parted to us the blessings of a thorough ed-
ucation in social studies, We dedicate this,
the REDSKIN of 1951.
BOARD MEMBERS, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Ralph Bowen, Oscar Branstad, secretary, T.
H. Erickson, Dr. J. P. Jorgensen, Albert
son, presxdentg A. H, Schu1er,Joseph
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MARSHALL BEC KER
Freshman and Sophomore English "This Is The
MRS . ELIZA BETH BRA NS TA D
Freshman and Sophomore English. "Sweet and
Journalismg American and English Literature. "Good-
night, Irene. "
MRS. HELEN E. BROWN
Mathematics: Latin. "You Don't Have To Know The
Vocal Music. "Without a Song. "
Manual Arts: Mechanical Drawing. "This Is The Way
We Saw Our Boards, Pound Our Nails, Drill Our Holes. "
SIGURD I. FARDAL
Band. "And The Band Played On. "
CLARA M. HENDRICKSON
World Historyg U. S. Historyg Government. 'Whis-
Biology: Girls' Physical Education, "Easy to Please."
World Historyg Sophomore Englishg "Spel1bound. "
EDWARD F. LYONS
Coachg General Scienceg Boys' Physical Education.
"Fight, Forest, Fight Right Down the Field. "
STANLEY P. MATZEN
Principalg Speech. "Smi1es. "
Homemaking. "IfI Knew You Were Comin', ld've
Baked a Cake. "
Coachg Drivers Training, Basic Mathematics. "On-
ward, Indians, Best Team in the State. "
Agriculture. "Don't Fence Me In. "
JOHN W. RENG
General Scienceg Biologyg Chemistry. "When Johnny
Comes Marching Home Again. "
Typing, BookkeepinggShorthand. "Doin' What Comes
E. VERN WEGNER
Junior High Principal, Basic Mathematics. "My Wife
and I Live All Alone. "
THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Johnson, W. Oehler, M. Olson, J. Anderson, M. Reese, A. Hass, D. Reese, P
Schrank, Ed Lyons, Coach. SECOND ROW: F. Smith, A. Erdahl, R. Knudtson, T. Anderson, C. Rauk, R. Anderson
D. Buckley. FRONT ROW: T. Erickson, T. Graham, R. Hodson, J. Carson, C. Hill, R. Juhl, R. Lepird, R. Hill.
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F. C. OPP.
19 Clear Lake 0
19 Britt 12
35 Garner 7
32 Buffalo Center 13
47 Belrnond 14
31 Northwood 18
7 Lake Mills 7
14 Osage 0
Terry Tim Rodney Denny
Bob K, Bob L, Dewey Wayne
FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Nilssen, O. Ness, L. Lackore,
Mr. Matzen, sponsor, P. Carse, A. Leach. THIRD ROW: Af Tweeten,
S. Johnston, M. Fosse, S. Trail, M. Bartleson, J. Buckley, J. Osnes,
Q ff 7. 'f son, K. Holtan, K. Blanshan, J. Nerem. FIRST ROW: E. Martlnson,
I X W. Meyer, J. Hill, I. Helvick, L, Juhl, K. Rygmyr.
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FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Nessa, L. Riekena, M. Sheller, D. Dull, R. Knudt-
son, J. Monson. THIRD ROW: K. Sheller, S. Hill, D. Stenseth, V. Baker, N. Holland,
C. Aspenson, J. Swanson, D. Morem. SECOND ROW: M. Dunbar, G. Monroe, R.
Larson, E. Schaeffer, K. Olson, K. Monson, N. Anderson. FIRST ROW: E. Carlson, R.
Branstad, W. Holland, L. Anderson, B. Potter, J. Peterson. A. Fetrow, E. Oswald.
E. Nelson. SECOND ROW: E. Huglen, R. Carson, B. Brown, J. Hob-
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LEFT TO RIGHT Kathryn Monson Ardys
Flugum FrancesJohnson Verna Hansen
Leanna Morley Eleanor Carlson Marrlyn
1950 UUEEH HHH HTTEHDHHTS
First Agnculture and ManualArts ned
Third Iunlor I-hgh
Juhl, manager. FIRST ROW: D. Johnson, J. Anderson
VH R S I T U C. Langerud, A. Hass, R. Lepird.
ROW: D. Monson, A. Anderson, D. Thompson, D, Buck- W" 'W
ley. FIRST ROW: I. Peterson, P. Sampson. I. Carson,
J. Osbrink. J. Armstrong. ..-
Tim Terry Ronn1e
'50 SCHEDULE '51
F. C. OPP.
42 Eagle Grove 24
48 Clear Lake 32
57 St. Joe 33
54 Garner 34
37 Buffalo Center 18 Bob
53 Lake Mills 34
44 Britt 29
30 Boone 40
46 Hampton 33
72 Northwood 42
49 Algona 40
48 Belmond 37
49 Garner 26
47 Buffalo Center 21
"'74 Clear Lake 35
50 Lake Mills 40
58 Britt 27
54 Northwood 34
58 St. .Toe 29
55 Belmond 26
THIS MAKES US CONFERENCE CHAMPS, 1951. Sic
The Pep Activities are headed by Mrs. Brown,
The Pep Committee shown at right serve as stu
dent representatives and planners where "Pep
SECOND ROW: D. Brown, T. Irish, D. Hayes
P. Carse, B. Anderson. FIRST ROW: D. Meyer,
A. Wooge, E. Flugum, I. Hobson, S Hill, J
These girls lead the
and look forward to being var-
sity cheerleaders someday.
LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Martinson, W. Meyer, P.
Bakke, J. Hobson, K. Rygmyr.
"Sig" is the originator and
director of this band which
plays at our games and adds
to the enthusiasm.
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These cheerleaders, who are trained
Wanda by Mrs. Brown, are the backbone of
FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Hodson, R. Hanna, G. Gibbs, R. Gorball, A
Erdahl, A. Hass, J. Bowen, T. Graham, B. Buckley. THIRD ROW: M. Beal, B. Ander-
son, F. Erickson, W. Holland, N. Holland, L. Anderson, W. Flugum, R. Abrahamson.
SECOND ROW: G. Monroe, R. Larson, E. Carlson, M. Eenhuis, B. Flugum, R. Bran-
stad, A. Fetrow, E. Carson, N. Anderson. FIRST ROW: A. Flugum, C. Aspenson, C.
Faber, G. Grothe, D. Dull, D. Harris, V. Baker, D. Anderson.
FOURTH ROW: H. Schaefer, J. Johnson, R. Kraakevik, G. Kao, P. Schott, F. Smith,
C. Mitchell, D. Nelson. THIRD ROW: R. Skogen, G. Nelson, M. Sheller, R. Knudt-
son, J. Monson, D. Sanquist, R. Johnson. SECOND ROW: E. Schaeffer. O. Meling, M.
Nelson, A. Leach, D. Morem, D. Smidt, J. Swanson. FIRST ROW: L. Thovson, A.
Wooge, L. Hugelen, W. Tannahill, L. Riekena, B. Potter, J. Peterson, E. Oswald.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: F. Erickson, E.
Schaeffer, L. Anderson, L. Thov-
son, R. Kraakevik, D. Dull, R.
Johnson, E. Flugurn, Mrs. Brown,
E. Oswald, A. Flugum, B. Ander-
son, R. Hanna.
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Willoughby Adams, 16, brought up by his elderly maiden
aunts, is finally assisted in asserting himself by the appearance
of " The Inner Willy." He supplies Willy with ideas, and courage,
disappearing only when Willy has finally learned to Stand on his
own two feet, turn down cod-liver oil, the piano, and Harvard,
CAST OF "THE INNER WILLY"
Inner Willy . . . . . . . . . . .... Bob Kraakevik
Willy . . . ....... Robert Johnson
Marybelle . . Lenore Anderson, Qunderstudy
Aunt Louise . . . . . Donna Mae Dull
Aunt Olga . . . Roselyn Knudtson
Aunt Hester . . . Esther Flugum
Carol . . . . LeAnne Thovson
Janet , . . Eileen Oswald
Trudy . . Ardys Flugum
Stanley. . . . Billy Anderson
Mike . . . . . . Richard Hanna
Prompters . . fEleanor Schaeffer
Director . . . . . , . . . . . . Mrs, Helen E, Brown
Eleanor visits the Carsorxs
Better Homes and Gardens
"You, You, You are the One"
"Someday My Prince Will Come."
Look, girls, --MEN!
Old friends are the best friends
"Happy Birthday, Eleanor"
"Man of Distinction"
"Have You Heard This One, Jean?"
Two Right Arms?
"I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen"
It's curly nowl
"Happy Days Are Here Again"
It 's plain disgustingl
Just plain "Bob"
Everything is topsy-turvy.
Mutt 'rr Jeff
What's the occasion?
Where 's Lee?
What are you up to now, boys?
No pictures, please!
Sweet and Lovely
One Little Indian
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THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT J Carson T Erickson D Buckley B.
d A Anderson G Boman M Browmng D Galloway SECOND
suvnomunfs A y S 5
ROW: L. Eenhuls D. G1bbs D Flugum L a .
E Adams J Dunbar A Bower. FIRST ROW: D. Benson, M
Aski1dson,. . , . , .
S. Geedes, G. Bartleson, L.
Drugg, M. Fosse, P. Bakke, K. Blanshan,
1 Loman R Langerud E I-Iugelen, D. Hayes,
THIRD ROW: C. Jeffries, R. Juh , I. , . , .
J. Kunz, R. Graham. SECOND ROW: G. Johnson, L. luhl, I. Hill, M. Hanson, V.
V. Vevison, W. Meyer, I. Helvick, E. Martinson, E. Hermanson. FIRST ROW:
F. Grothe, E. Hefte,
K. Holtan, J. Hobson, S. Johnston, E. Huglen,
THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: A. Sampson, J. Peterson, R. Westerberg, I. Moen, R. S 0 P H 0 rn U R E S
Westerbert, D. Monson, D. Thompson, R. Rollefson. SECOND ROW: A. Nesset, M.
Thune, D. Olson, M, Michelson, R. Thompson, S. Hanna, M. Pitkin, C. Hill, J,
McCol1och. FIRST ROW: K. Rygmyr, D, Torkelson, A. Tweeren, S, Trail, G, Nils-
sen, B. Olson, S. Nessa, I. Wilson D. Waddingha
THIRD ROW: D. Casperson, D. Dahl, J. Alder, V. Cleveland, I. Chap-
man, M. Anderson. J. Armstrong, E. Frederlckson, R. Farrow. SECOND
ROW: H. Adams, N. Bartleson, H. Baker, P. Canon. R. Bartleson,.D.
Brown, V. Boman, M. Dunbar. FIRST ROW: B. Fox, K. Berhow, M. Flu-
gum, D. Becker, K. Buren, L. Field, J. Elde, I. Chodur, M. Clasen.
J Hill E Hugelen, L. Nel-
THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Moen, . , .
son, D. Maakestad, J. Johnson, T. Irish, J. Koto, S. Lunstrum. SECOND
ROW: S. Fredrickson, S. Monroe, N. Lackore, K. Monson, M. Nielson,
E. Kraakevik, P. Kunz, M. Jenson. FIRST ROW: J. Gelner, S. Hill, Jane
' a S. Jensen, S. Bartleson, M. Jordahl, L. Lar-
Nessa, J. Lewls, Jean Ness ,
D Smidt L. O1son,B.
THIRD ROW D Schultz J Osbrmk J Sxme, . ,
Rxekena P Sampson E Thovson SECOND ROW: B. Sanquist, P. Thune,
R Quayle D Holland D Peck D Owsa1d,J. Peterson, R. Paulson, S.
h m son, A. Olson, D. Peterson, R E S H E n
Pletcher FIRST ROW M Rollefson I T 0 p
S nseth V Rasmussen, M. Smlth, K. Olson
Under the direction of Miss Virginia Burt, the FCHS vocal groups pres-
ented the operetta, "The Forest Prince." The plot centered around Vaslav,
a Cossack leader, and Tatania, a Russian princess, The climax is reached
when it is revealed that Vaslav is the real Prince of Russia.
Tatania . . . . Gracia Nilssen
Vaslav , . Bob Kraakevik
Sonia , . .June Buckley
Mother Vanya .
Prince Dimitri , ,
Court Jester, ,
. . Junior Ness
Mary Lee Fosse
, Jack Peterson
, Ted Erickson
. Jackie Hobson
Lady-in-waiting . Sylvia Johnston
Illytch , , , , Leonard Lackore
Accompanist . . Kristeen Rygmyr
FOURTH Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Dull, M. Burleson, 1.
Osnes, J. Buckley, J. Ness, D. Smidt, G. Kao, G. Boman,
O. Pettersen, L. Lackore, A. Leach, G. Nilssen, S. Johnston.
THIRD ROW: P. Bakke, M. Sheller, J. Nerem, M. Smith, M.
Fosse, T. Erickson, R. Hodson, P. Carse, D. Dahl, V. Baker,
A. Maakestad, E. Hugelen. SECOND ROW: J. Hobson, S.
Jefson, F. Johnson, M. Adams, M. Eenhuis, W. Holland, B.
Flugum, D. Oswald, E. Hugelen, M. Pitkin, R. Carlson, K.
Kloster, A. Walden. FIRST ROW: B. Potter, N. Holland, E.
Oswald, K. Holtan, W. Meyer, J. Hill, L. Thovson, E. Pres-
cott, K. Rygmyr, D. Torkelson, V. Hansen, A. Flugum, L.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Fosse, R. Knudtson, D. Dull, J. Osnes, M. Bartleson,
J. Buckley, P. Bakke, G. Nilssen, C. Faber, A. Maakestad, F. Grothe, S. Trail. THIRD
ROW: S. Jefson, F. Johnson, M. Sheller, L. Hugelen, S. Johnston, R. Carlson, V. Hanson,
E. Hugelen, D. Torkelson, A. Walden, A. Tweeten, Miss Burt, Director. SECOND ROW:J.
Hobson, B. Potter, E. Oswald, M. Eenhuis, K. Blanshan, A. Flugum, E. Prescott, R. Bran
stad, L. Morley, J. Swanson, A. Nesset, V. Hansen. FIRST ROW: E. Carlson, W. Meyer
K. Holtan, M. Adams, J. Helvick, J. Hill, L. Thovson, N. Holland, L. Anderson, K
Rygmyr, L. Juhl, K. Kolster, V. Levison.
FHESHIHHII 6IHlS'BlEE lIlUB Q, THIRD ROW: D. Peterson, S. Frederlckson, S. Bartleson,
K. Sheller, J. Gelner, P. Kunz, N. Lackore, L. Field,
A. Olson, V. Boman. SECOND ROW: B. Sanquist, M.
Jenson, N. Bartleson, M. Dunbar, H. Adams, M. Niel-
son, K. Olson, S. Monroe, E. Kraakevik. FIRST ROW:
S. Hill, S. Jenson, J. Nessa, J. Lewis, D. Buren, M.
Flugum, M. Jordahl, J. Eide, D. Stenseth, M. Classen.
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Cue of our newer clubs in school is the Latin
Club. You may have heard advice such as, "When in
Rome do as the Romans do. " Therefore you shouldn't
be surprised at seeing Latin students lying down to
eat, as shown in the above picture of a Roman ban-
quet, or new club members appearing before the
student body in togas to stage a Roman pep-rally.
THIRD ROW: A. Fox, E. Nelson, J. Osnes, L. Lackore, D. Thompson,
J. Carson, R. Johnson. SECOND ROW: L. Juhl, K. Rygmyr, S. John-
son, E. Hugelen, B. Olson, S. Trail, G. Nilssen, M. Fosse. FIRST H 0 H U D E n -Il S
ROW: J. Swanson, A. Wooge, V. Hansen, A. Leach, G. Kao, R. ' .
Carlson, A. Flugum, R. Branstad, E. Carlson.
sponsor: E, Martinson, W. Brimele, J. Helvick, M. Drugg, W. Meyer,
FIFTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Juhl, Lreas: Mr. Fosse, reporter: K.
Holtan, parliamentariang R. Carlson, pres.: V. Hansen, historian: A.
Leach, music chr.: V. Baker, vice pres.: E. Carlson, sec. FOURTH
ROW: A. Tweeten, S. Johnston, S. Trail, P. Bakke, K. Blanshan, L.
Anderson, F. Grothe, E. Hefte, J. Wilson, S. Nessa. THIRD ROW: D.
Torkelson, B. Brown, F. Johnson, A. Maakestad, E. Bartleson, E.
Prescott, D. Meyer, K. Kloster, M. Adams, L. Morley, SECOND ROW:
A. Nesset, A. Bower, L, Evanson, D. Benson. I. McCo11och, M. Hol-
comb, S. Iefson, D. Torkelson, K. Rygmyr. FIRST ROW: Miss Moline,
J. Hill, V. Levison.
FOURTH ROW B Sanquist O Meling A Wooge M Clasen D
Stenseth E Oswald L Riekena D Anderson THIRD ROW V Boman
F. Erickson, L. Anderson, N. Holland, R. Branstad, K. Monson,M.
Nielson, E. Kraakevik, P. Kunz. SECOND ROW: S. Fredrickson, L.
Larson, J. Swanson, D. Morem, J. Gelner, A. Olson, I. Chodur,J
Hide. FIRST ROW: Jane Nessa, K. Buren, J. Lewis, E. Flugum, D. Dull,
W. Tannahill, R. Knudtson, M. Sheller, Jean Nessa, G. Grothe.
FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: C Rauk, R. Hill, G. Bartleson, B. Brunsvold, D
THIRD ROW: A. Sampson, R. Rollefson, H. Schaefer, R. Westerberg, J. Iohnson
R. Langerud, E. Borg, M. Browning, L. Dalton, L. Nelson, M. Pitkin, M. Gambell
S. Hanna, M. Thune. SECOND ROW: M. Beal, L. Alm, P. Carson, K. Moen, C
Mitchell, D. Sanquist, R. Bartleson, G. Johnson. FIRST ROW: P. Thune, J. Hill, R.
Hodson, E. Thompson, L. Swanson, G. Boman, R. Paulson, Mr. Nerdig, advisor.
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The Future Farmers of America is asubsidiary organization of vocational
agriculture. The F.F.A. performs many services in our community. Some of these
services are securing and selling certified seed to the farmers in our growing
community, building and selling high quality hog troughs, building and selling
neatly constructed pig brooders, and building many shop projects for farmers
of our top rating agricultural community. All these services performed by our
F.F.A. chapter in this community tend to develop a better brand of agriculture.
While the F. F. A. is doing all these things it is also rendering another service
by developing its boys into trained and experienced young farmers who will be
able to stand on their own two feet in the coming years, This organization is
one of the largest youth organizations in the world and has the irnportant job
of improving agriculture.
FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RlGHT:B. Nelson, M. Fox, L. Alm, L. Lackore, O.
Ness, R. Kraakevik, G. Gibbs, J. Buckley, M. Bartleson, Miss Bringle sponsor.
THIRD ROW: E. Borg, A. Flugum, W. Holland, W. Tannahill, M. Dalton, J.
Osnes, V. Hansen, R. Carlson, R. Johnson. SECOND ROW: B. Flugum, D.
Torkelson, A. Fetrow, J. Peterson, L. Hugelen, N. Holland, L. Anderson, R.
Branstad, E. Prescott, E. Carlson. FIRST ROW: W. Birmele, E. Schaeffer, R.
Larson, J. Nerem, M. Smith, D. Meyer, V. Hanson, J. Michelson, A. Wal-
den, T. Ladd, A. Fox.
FOURTH ROW: J. Eide, J. Peterson, Mr. Matzen, sponsor, D. Dahl, T. Irish,
J. Lewis. THIRD ROW: T. Erickson, D. Buckley, S. Trail, A. Anderson, M.
Fosse. SECOND ROW: J. Swanson, L. Anderson, R. Kraakevik, G. Nelson, R.
Johnson. FIRST ROW: M. Bartleson, J. Buckley, O. Ness, R. Eide, F. Johnson,
Drivers' Training, an in-
teresting course instructedby
Mr. Mully, includes many
types of driving. There is
practice in driving in town, on
the highway, and on country
roads. Seven and one half hours
of actual driving is required and thirty
hours in the classroom. When a student who
is under 16 finishes the course, he is issued
a school permit. All those 16 or older are
given a regular driver's license. One fifth
of a credit is given for this course.
Boys as wellas girls will be instructed
in the second semester Drivers' Training
class. The first semester class consisted
only of girls,but have no fear, even though
the girls carry the majority in the class,
the boys still own the cars,
A local chapter of the Girls'
Athletic Association ha s b e en
organized under the direction of
Miss Arvilla Kobernusz.
The officers of G.A.A, were
elected and a constitution adop-
ted. .Tune Buckley is president and
Mary Bartleson is Secretary.
The organization meets every
Wednesday and Friday from four
to five to play basketball, volley-
ball, ping-pong, tennis, and other
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I. By the flowing well. 2. Easter
Bonnets. 3. Guess Who? 4.A1 and
Tom. 5. Pose pretty. 6. A win-
ning smile. 7. Where's Denny?
8. "Mutt" 9, Shouldn't that be
Shirley? 10. "Grandma" Dull.
11. Two Sophs. 12. Long, long
ago. 13. Where's the towel? 14.
Back in the grades. 15. How times
have changedl 16. "Sweet Lor-
raine" 17. Substantial support 18.
"Chick" 19. T. H.E. Roman 20.
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I. Bobby, how you've changed! 2.
Hail! Hail! The gangs all here. 3.
That pepsodent smile! 4. "Ain't love
grand!" 5. Big joke? 6. You don't
say? 7. I don't beleive it! 8. Ride'-
em, cowboy! 9. Miss Oetken and her
"little" boys. 10. Man's best friend.
11. Another "Cooper". 12. Cold out?
13. "Andy" 14. Peek-a-boo! 15.
'I'here's been some changes made, eh
Mary Lee: 16. Where's Betty? 17.
WoW! 18. Do you like this style,
boys? 19. "Sittin' Pretty" 20. Aren't
we thrilled? 21. Waiting!!! 22.
What's the attraction, girls? 23.
"Sweet Ado1ine" 24. Out were the
tall corn grows, 25. June! do you do
that to all dogs? 26. Eleanor and
John. 27. All dressed up! 28. Art,
Vocation: Stenographer, Annual 3, 4, War Whoop 3
Class Play 3,F. H.A. I, 4gVOC3.1Ml1SiC I, 4, "Little,
but in love. "
LUTHER ALM "Luke"
Vocation, Farming, War Whoop 4, Marching Band 2,
3, Concert Band 3, Junior Band I, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4.
"l often tell myself there's more in me than people
JAMES ANDERSON "Tim"
Vocation, Coach, Student Council 3, Class Play 3,
Vocal Music I, 2, Basketblal I, 2, 3, 4, Football 1,
2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track I. "A footballman,
a Basketball man--last, but not least, a lady's man. "
Annual 4, Vocal Music I, F. H.A. 4. "Many are her
friends, few are her foes, everyone likes her wherever
she goes. "
TERRACE ANDERSON "Terry"
Vocation, Marines, F.F.A. 1,2 , 3, 4, Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Track
2, 3, 4, One-act Play 3., "Worry kills men--l'm too
young to die. "
Vocation, Nursing, Annual 4, F. H. A. 4, "Hardwork-
ing, steady and kindly is she, helpful and pleasant as
no one can be. "
GISLE BARTLESON "Doc"
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, "Hislost timewill neverbe found
MARY BARTLESON "B"
Vocation, Nurse, Annual 2, 3, 4, War Whoop 2, 3,
4, StudentCouncil 4, Class Play 3, Marching Band I ,
2, 3, 4, Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4, War Whooper 1,
2, 3, F.H.A. lg Vocal Music 2, 3, 4, "Light Brown
hair, merry eyes, she 's a friendly, sweet, and very
WILLETTA BIRMELE "Willie"
Vocation, Airline hostess, War Whoop 4, Vocal Mu-
sic I, 2, F. H.A. I, 4, "The wound is invisible that
1ove's keen arrow makes. "
BARBARA BROWN "Barb
Vocation, Teacher, Annual3, 4, War Whoop 3, Class
Play 3, Marching Band 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4,
Junior Band I, 2, Vocal Music 1, 2, 3, War Whooper
2, 3, F.H.A. 3, 4, Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Librarian
2. "Tis not my nature to conceal my thoughts. "
JUNE BUCKLEY "Booniel"
Vocation, Anything buta "Mrs. ", Annual I, 2, 3,
4, War Whoop I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Class
Officer 3, Class Play 3, Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4,
Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4, Vocal Music 2, 3, 4, War
Whooper 1, 2, 3, Pep Committee 2, Latin Club 3,
F. H.A. l. "She has music in her hands, she has mu-
sic in her voice-she can make your heart rejoice. "
RUTH CARLSON "Ruthie"
Vocation, Teacher, Annual 3, 4, War Whoop 3, 4,
Student Council 3, Vocal Music I, 3, 4, F. H.A. I,
2, 3, 4. "She 's a rose without a thorn. "
PAUL CARSE "Gene"
Vocation, College, Class play 3, Vocal Music 2, 3,
4, Baseball 3, 4, Pep Committee 4. "Just a business-
man at heart. "
MELVA ROSE DALTON
Vocation, Nurse, Annual 1, 2, 4, war Whoop I, 2,
3, 4, Class Play 3, Marching Band I, ,2 3, 4, Con-
cert Band I, 2, 3, 4, Vocal Music 2, War Whooper
i, 2, 3, F. H.A. I. "A pleasant girl with a pleasant
smile, a young lady really worth while. "
RONALD EIDE "Ronnie"
Vocation, Commercial teacher, Student Council 2,
4, Class Officer 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball
3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, "That's no Rayve Wave, it
comes naturally. "
ARDIS MAE FOX "Stubby"
Vocation: You tell me and we'l1 both know, War
Wh00P4: Student Council 2, 4, Class Officer 4, Con-
cert band lg Vocal Music I, 2, 3. "Not very tall,
in fact quite small, her good nature is loved by all. "
MELBA E. FOX "Foxy"
Vocation: Teacher, War Whoop 4. "Life may be
short, but she's not. "
RODNEY HILL "Rudd"
F.F.A. I, 2, 3gFO0Ib311I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3,
4, One-act play 3. "I'rn on the brink ofa great ca-
reer--somebody push me off. "
ROGER H. HILL "Hill"
Vocation, Farmer, F.F.A. 4. "Now ifl were presi-
VERNA MAE HANSEN
Vocation, Home Economics: War Whoop 3, 4, Class
Officer 4, Vocal Music 3, 4, F.H.A. 3, 4. "Her
dependability and capability make her ashining
example to others."
VIVIAN HANSON "Vickie"
Vocation, Cosmotolgist, Vocal Music 3, 4, "She takes
life as she finds it-- and she finds it good. "
BEVERLY ANN HOEFT "Bev"
Vocation: Housewife, War Whoop 4, Librarian 2.
'She 's got her man and she can prove it. "
BOB D. HOLLAND
Vocation: Farming, F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Football 1,
2, 3, "I'm willing to be convinced--but show me
the person who can convince me. "
DENNIS JOHNSON "Denny"
Vocation, Coaching, Student Council I, 3, Class
Officer lg Vocal Music 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2. "Man was not born
to live alone. "
FRANCES JOHNSON "Ions"
Vocation, Telephone Operator, Annual 4, Student
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Council 1, 4, Marching band lg Concert Band Ig
Vocal Music I, 2, 4, F. H. A. I, 4, Librarian 2,
Class Officer 3, Junior Play 3. "Tall and neat, blonde
and sweet--she's a gal that's hard to beat. "
KATHLEEN KLOSTER "Kathy"
Annual 1, 2, 3, 4, War Whoop 1, 2, 3, Class Play
3, Vocal Music I, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A.' 1, 4, Librarian
3. "Your laughs go far, but your giggles go farther. "
ROBERT KNUDTSON "Bob"
Vocation, Farmer, F. F. A. I, 2, 3, Football I, 2,
3, 4, Track 2, 3. "lf people would listen, Iwould
tell them something. "
LEONARD LACKORE "Leo"
Vocation: Doctor, Annual 2, 3, 4, War Whoop 2, 3,
4, Class Officer3, Marching Band 3, 4,Concert Band
2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Vocal Music 3, 4, Football 1,
2, Track 1. "Not small, rather tall, in his head he
has it all. "
Vocation,Stenographer, Annual l, 2, 3, 4, War
Whoop I, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, F. H. A. 1. "Ladd
has a way with the lads. "
CHARLES LANGERUD "Charley"
Vocation: Coaching, F. F. A. I, 2, 3, Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
"His only books are women's looks, and follies they
have brought him. "
BOB C. LEPIRD "Bob"
Class Play 3, Basketball t, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2,
3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep committee 2. "For
all his faults we love him still - the stiller the
ADOLINE MAAKESTAD "Ad"
Annual 2, 3, 4: War Whoop 2, 3,Vocal Music 1, 3,
4, F. H. A. 1, 2, 4. "Dainty and neat, from head
to feet. "
DALE MARTINSON "Mutt"
Student Council 1, Class Officer I, Class Play 3,
VocalMusic 1, 2, 3:Basketball, Football 1, 2, Base-
ball 2. "l dare not be as funny as I can. "
DOROTHEA MEYER "Dottie"
Vocation, Telephone Operator, Annual I, 2, 3, 4,
War Whoop I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Class
Play 3, Vocal Music I, 2, 3, F. H. A. l, 4, Pep
committee 4. "She loves but one - at a time. "
JANE MICHELSEN "Mike"
Vocation: Stenographer, War Whoop 4, Marching
Band 1, Concert Band 1, Vocal Music I, 2, F. H. A.
I. "A maid with a quaint and quiet way. "
LEANNA MORLEY "Lena"
Vocation, Teaching, Annual 2, 3, 4, War Whoop 3,
Class Officer I, Class Play 3, Marching Band 3, Vocal
Music I, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. I, 4. "Her smile is al-
ways kind and sweet, she has school spirit that can't
be beat. "
BETTY NELSON "Betts"
Vocation: Commercial Artist, War Whoop 1, 4, Stu-
dent Council 1, Class Play 3, Marching Band 1,Con-
cert Band 1. "When love and lessons clash - she lets
her lessons smash. "
EMERALD NELSON "Em"
Vocation: Nurse, Annual 4, Class Play 3, Vocal
Music lg Librarian I, 2, 3, Latin Club 3. "Ready to
work, ready to play,ready to help whenever she can. "
JANE M. NEREM "Romer"
Vocation, Old Maid, Annual 3, 4, War Whoop 3, 4,
Class Play 3, Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Concert
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Vocal Music 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. i,
Pep committee 3. "Why should lessons worry me - when
all the world is full of glee. "
OSCAR NESS "Junior"
Vocation, Teacher, Annual I, 2, 3, 4, War Whoop
I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Class Play 3, Marche
ing band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4gJl1l'IlO1' Band I,
Vocal Music 1, 2, 3, 4, Warwhooperz, 3, 4, Cheer-
leading 2, 3, 4, "Idurst notsmile uponthe damsels--
I would break too many hearts. "
ROBERT NESSA "Bob"
Student Council 1. "How about a game of pinochle?
GERALD NIELSON "Jerry"
War Whoop 4, Vocal Music 1. "Saving his words for
more important uses. "
DUWAYNE OEHLER "Dewey"
Vocation: Navy, Vocal Music 1, Basketball 1, Foot-
ball I, 2, 3, 4, Track 1. "Occasionallyl drop into
class to offer a few words of encouragement. "
WAYNE OEHLER "Tarzan"
Vocation: Bum, Basketball 1, 2g Football 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 2, Track 3. "He has a studious look - but
looks are sometimes deceiving. "
BENNIE OLSON "Ben"
Vocation, Bum, Football I, 2, Track I, 2, Student
Manager I, 2. "Never serious, never downhearted -
always ready for a good time. "
MARVIN OSLON "Sicy"
Vocation, Engineer, Class Officer 4, Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4. "He is diligent worker
'tis often said, for the simple reason his hair is
JANICE OSNES "Ozzie"
Vocation: College, Annual 2, 3, 4, War Whoop 2,
3, 4, Class Officer 2, 4, Class Play 3, Marching
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vocal
Music 2, 3, 4. "Always cheerful and content, but
sometimes upon mischief bent. "
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OMAR W. PETTERSEN "Wes"
Vocation: Ministry, Annual 1, War Whoop Ig Student
Council 2, Vocal Music I, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3.
"His hair is curly, his eyes are blue, he's a gentle-
man, thru and thru. "
Vocation, Nursing, War Whoop 4, Vocal Music 2, 3,
4, F. H. A. 2, 3, 4. "With a smile for everyone she
wanders on. "
CARLYLE RAUK "Rauk"
Vocation, Farmer, F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Football 3,
4. "Another Casanova? P P"
Vocation: Farmer, F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Football 1,
2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4. "Of sterling character, upright
and tall. He 's a friendly chap well liked by all. "
MARVIN REESE "Marv. "
Vocation: Good husband, War Whoop 3, F. F. A. I,
2, 3: Basketball 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3,
4. "He comes late - yet he comes. "
VERNON RIEKENA "Riek"
Student Council I, Class Officer 2, Basketball 2,
Football I, Track 2, Student Manager Ig "How big
was Alexander that they called him great?"
PETER SCHRANCK "Pete"
Vocation: Marines, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, "Give me
standing room, and I will move the world. "
MARY E. SMITH "Smitty"
Annual I, 2, 3, 4, War Whoop 2, 3, 4, Class Play
3, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band I, 2, 3,
4: VOCa1 Music 2, 3, 4. "It'snotwhat you do that
counts - but what you get away with. "
LEE V. SWANSON , .
Vocation: Farmingg F. F. A. 3, 4, Football lg Track
3g One act play 33 Pep committee 3. "He loves us - ,
SEHIUHS but he loves another better. "
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Class Play 3, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert if 1" lll L A f- ,,i: .. ,..'
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"A lover of books - but who said textbooks. " 5
War Whoop 4g Vocal Music 3, 4, F. H. A. 4. "A
sweet girl with a carefree attitude and a smile for
ANITA WALDEN "Nita" I
War Whoop 4g Class Play 35 Vocal Music I, 2, 49
F. H. A. I. "I feel my life wor1't always be my
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Don't move, Donna.
Friends, Romans, Countrymen.
Watch your figure, girls.
Age of innocence.
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FOURTH ROWg Left to Right, H. Anderson, R. Trosthcim, O. Lee, D, Hoeft, C. Wilson,
Mrs. Smith, L. Larson, Miss Sitzmann, M. Albertson, F. Bienert, A. Gilbertson, D
Fredrickson, A. Strand, D. Eichorn. THIRD ROW: P. llosler, M. Bakke, W. Carlson
M. Hanson, A. Gardner, A. Olson, S. Skjeie, V. Thompson, G. Swanson, K. Tweeten
M. Martinson, C. Sunde. SECOND ROW:J. Mitchell, J. Waddingham, J. Riekena, C
Bower, D. Bredeson, C. Carson, A. Gilbertson, R. Evanson, B. Weidner, A. Hanson, R
Anderson, F. Dunbar. FIRST ROW:J. Hill, G. Buckley, V. Larson, J. Clasen, H. John-
son, D. Gudmonson, J. Michaelson, Y. Riggle, N. Johnson, L. Peterson, M. Nossa, S
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FIFTH ROW: Left to RightgC. Haugen, L. Sewick, V. Wegner, Prin. FOURTH
ton, E. Nesset, F. Thompson, C. Bartleson, J. Nelson, C. Nilssen K. Brown, J.
Smith. THIRD ROW: J. Lundgren, Marlys Peterson, Marlene Peterson, M. Eymann
L. Anderson, D. Cleveland, W. O'Donnel1, S. Hanson, D. Prescott, C. Sunde, K.
Langerud, G. Nessa. SECOND ROW: J. Jenson, I. Asheim, F. Fletcher, V. Nelson,
C. Awe, J. Hayes, R. Nelson, J. Oswald, E. Skjeie, E. Morris, W. Buckley, T.
Bartleson, R. Nelson. FIRST ROW: D. Peck, J. Eenhuis, M. Olson, C. Fetrow, G.
Larson, Y. Anderson, R. Howland, B. Anderson, D. Ingegretson, Y. Gelner, I.
Mahrenholz, E. George, J. Sheller, M. Levison.
ROW: S. Holcomb, E. Swanson, G. Thackray, E. Gardner, J. Gi1bertson,,J. Sex-
The Annual Staff Expresses its appreciation to the following
local businessmen for their financial aid:
H. N. Anderson, Jeweler
Anderson's Clothing Store
B. and E. Coffee Shop
Bohlen's Jewelry Store
Bowen Food Center
Boyd Clothing Store
R. C. Brown
Carl T. Sunde Agency
Coast to Coast
Danielson Super Market
Forest City Bakery
W. C. MacCu1lum
Dr. Thomas Mangan
Monroe's Standard Parts
Dr. J. P. Nesset
Nessets Shoes and Ready to Wear
Northern Lumber Co.
Emory J. Oleson
Palace of Sweets
Dr. H. H. Perrnan
Phil Mar Beauty Shop
Forester Hotel Beauty Shop Pinckney Drugs
Forest City Hardware
Forest City Motor Co.
Golden Rule Hatchery
A. Kenneth Hanson
Hanson Furniture Co.
Ransom and Totten
Reuben's Shoes and Clothing Store
Rose Alice Shop
Stenseth's Motor Co.
W. C. Hansen and Son, Hardware Stevenson's Variety Store
Hi Way Market
Dr. T. J. Irish
Kao Gift Shop
Lynns Department Store
- Summit Printing
Dr. Millard Thompson, Chiropodist
J. G. Westby
Dr. E. E. North
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