Forest City High School - Redskin Yearbook (Forest City, IA)

 - Class of 1955

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'mal 2. m , N f" Q, as N vu uf 'i ' Rh I'-fl IZORGWDRO file I an- WWW? ggifi' -'-:.""--:..-- v-N' Through these portals we embark on our long journey of educatxon In a democracy such as ours ll IS the pr1v1lege as well as the rrght of every boy and gtrl to accept the challenge that educauon offers It has been saxd that The youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow Certa1nly 1t IS the w1sh of us all to have educated and capable leaders Through educauon we learn to adapt ourselves mentally phys1ca1ly soctally and morally bu to also lnclude recreatxon or fun wrth our learnlng As we leave the hallowed halls of our Alma Mater each and everyone of us can look back wrth pr1de over the years we have spent 1n the search or quest for knowledge . . , b A A ' 5 - Q.. K . v - I - ."'F.: T ' t ,f -- . ' ' Q it , . 3 , ,., -. vw-- W-E, ,Aw . :Z:- T busy' 'V ! I I i I I T y at v - -M. V - .-gf: , -"fm .W M - g, ---.... """-"' f gt., I I ' ll ll ' ' ' . I . I ' I I: tl I COHTSGHTZS AOITIIHISIIQAIZIOII SGDIORS Ll!106l2ClASSlT16l1 ACIIIVIIIES Athl61ZICS CRAIHAIIICS ITIUSIC social life featunes Junlon hlqh mbex RDWARE - LOYD FROWIC to th mon of MISS HELEN GJELLEFALD JAMES K LARSON Member of the class of 1954 J 1m showed promlse of unusual attamment paruc ularly 1n scxence He graduated among the top ten tn h1s class Hts accldental drowmng occurred on August 8 1954 at Glacxer Nattonal Park wh1le he was wor lung at the dock where he had summer employment Memorlal g1fts from h1s classmates and teachers were put mto a student loan fund at Waldorf College that Jxms memory nught hve through others Mr Blom served as D1rector of Specxal Educat1on tn a tr1 county area wtth head quarters tn Forest C1ty for only four years, but durmg that ume h1s frxendly personalxty earned htm a place 1n the hearts of all who knew h1m He had made the welfare of handl capped chxldren h1S 11fe s work W1th h1s death on December 6 1954 the chlldren as well as the faculty lost a true frlend MR LUDVIG B BLOM 4 THESE TEACHERS AIND CLASSMATES WE DEDICATE THE 1955 REDSKIN A graduate of Forest Clty Schools and Iowa State Teachers College Elementary Course an elementary teacher 1n Forest Cxty for 28 years grade prmcnpal for most of that tlme M1ss Gjellefald has been a vttal force 1n our educatlonal system Her efflctency her keen tntelhgence her sense of humor and her frlendly sp1r1t made her 1deally su1ted to her work as supervmsor to teachers under her and as teacher of small chlldren She has mfluenced the l1ves of many of the CIIIZBUS of our school and commumty Nor dxd she sh1rk the responsxbtlmes of offlce tn professlonal orgamzatxons She contmued her professlonal growth takmg work at the Umversxty of Chtcago Umverslty of Mmnesota Iowa State College and Iowa State Teachers College Wnh her death November 24 1954 the teachtng professxon and the Forest C1ty Schools lost a valuable leader ln her memory the local faculty gave a memorlal gtft to Sahsbury House Home of the I S E A if JIMMY OSMUNDSON Jlmmy entered h1gh school mn the fall of 1953 and h1s record pomted to an outstandmg future he was partlcularly 1nterested tn the fleld of sclence Hrs untxmely and accldental death on July 25 1954 was a shock to the enure commumty H1s classmates and teachers have expressed thetr sorrow and ap prectatlon of h1s abtltty wuha memortal gxft of a set of balance scales gxven to the sclence department ofthe hxgh school tn h1s name f ,V V ' Y fc - . . .n ' . Q I I ADMINISTRATION AOmlnlS1Il2AIIlOl1 in-Ii' Keith W Van Horn SUPERINTENDENT It is a privilege to have this opportunity to publicly thank the members of the school board, the Superintendent, Mr. Van Horn, and our Principal, Mr. Cline, for their fine service. This being the last year of the Forest City Independent School District many of the members will be leaving their duties as school board members. we would like to congratulate these members for their long service: Albert Olson, 16 yearsg Ralph Bower, 14 years: Joe Westby, 6 yearsg Dr. Jorgensen, 45 yearsg and R. C. Brown,4 years. Also we would like to congratulate Oscar Branstad for 23 years as secretary to the board. Many hours outside their regular jobs are spent working out the problems of our school. We will always remember tham as a hard working group with a job well done. 'T an ...al JolmECl1ne PRINCIPAL Speech Business Law eoucatlon PRESIDENT Ralph Bov-en R C Brown 6 DR 90" 4 1 if 711 Oscar Branstad Dr J P Jorgensen Joseph Westby DOUGLAS H BROWN CLARA HENDRICKSON World and U S Hrstory Have you an admrt Sl1D'7 SOCIAl SUUOIES 'C7' KENNETH L POTTER World Hrstory Bookkeepmg I ve SOI eyes I CHU hear MRS vrvmry E FOSTER Government Keep your eyes on your own paper CLAUSON S MARKET 7 If ' .. ff ' 4 .V UN . f T . . I ' X ff X, X X E 15 ' 2 54 "a f 5 D ' T -an K b 'wi ,LE if -. , ,yi A , A 1 , - HQLI h tl' f ELLEN I PE. FERSEN Librarian-Art I N I L. Y K, Vx 4 l .i I RALPH C. WILKINSON English II and III Spanish - Business English "Experience is the best of school- masters. " If it's a school assignment and absolutely necessary. " ,, "I , -1' if -dv rj' ,A ap,-Q7 , MRP' A I ' I vi n A :' 1 f' , J. 1 v 'f L ,. I1 1 S, 9 . RUTH NORLAND English I and II It doesn't sound right' is no rea son." 8 LLOYD DRUGG - Contracting - Tiling - SwiIly TOD MARGARET A. FIELD Typing Office Practice Shorthand ROBERT L. coox s accuracy, not speed that mdusmal Arts Counts' Guidance CCAIIOHS AHC CO mIT16l2C6 "Safety is no accident' " MARGIL VANDERHOFF l-lomemaking Don t stretch the material RICHARD C GRAY gf .Z 'Vx LYNN S Lynns For Nationally Famous Merchandise 9 1. TOHN GLEN ROVANG Agriculture Come on fellows get to work ITIAIHGIUAIICS ADO SCIENCE HELEN E BROWN Algebra Geometry Tngonometzry I can always g1VC you people some thmg more to do CHEMISTRY 4-1' .I E R NUTTIIXG PhyS1CS Chermsnry Bxology Laugh that vsas a Joke COAST TO COAST lx la- 4?- -4 f E VERN WEGNER BASIC Math You must try to succeed 10 A1 NIORM IESPERSENI Basketball Baseball Drlver Trammg Lets settle down now' CHEVROLET GARAGE AMERICANS BEST BUY DhySlCAl eoucatlon staff EDWARD F LYONS Football Track General Sclence I wouldnt want you boys to hurt anybody BARBARA BOVENMYER GIYIS P T Ouxet down glrls whlle l take ro 'll lf H ll."' H I U TTIUSIC X - Z1- .S ,O . O if ,.,-ni K EILEEN cuR1sT1ANsc in I A, Vocal Music ' W ' -' 194' '.-" "Support your notes and rar 'L 4 VN " ' eyebrows." SIGURD J. FARDAL lncidentally kids- ----------- l " Ba nd i oth I2 staff m IHBGRS 4, .-Q, , gm.. iff 1. W5 Kimi, .K .. . . , , ' Q, A. I jjfg- " Nor SHOWN H ' MRS. MARIORIE WELCH M" ,, ' Secretary to Superintendent -CS 44 S , 41, Q N ? 'C ? '1 X5 '-V, 5 - N t x X i Q X Ili 1 N x X MRS. JOE STOLI. DR. H. M. EHRED MRS. BERNICE WILKIN, Secretary to Principal Public Health Nurse THEY ALSO SERVE Eugene Morris Norman Jenkins Adrian Christensen Joe Moen Melvin Hall Bill Langerud Larry Lawson Leonard Nelson Harold Olson f These people made 1 the wheels go around. Without them we would have been sunk. l Ross Delsawyer Melvin Hanna Fred Andersen Mrs. Soderling Mrs. Awe Mrs. Hanna Mrs. Adams ROBERT THURSTON Farm Loans--compiere insurance 13 it La.. ..- GQ Mr Nuttrng I wrsh I had been there to see Ih1S' A TOAST TO THE FACULTY MEMBERS Yes the teachers are qurte correct when they say about them we pout But rt would be a dull lxfe 1fWC drdn t have them to complarn about There are several teachers 1n our hlgh school Who are under Mr Van Horn s effrcrent rule If you are troubled about a career Mr Coon wrth hrs borrng eyes Can drrll a hole rn you just the rrght s1ze If a future farmer you rntend to be Mr Rovang rs the one whom you should see A requtred subject rs P T The grrls are taught by effrcrent Mrss B A short llttle guy but frrendly toward all Is the band rnstructor Mr Fardal Mrss Chrrstxanson wrth her vrvacrous smrle Trres to encourage us to srng rn style Mrssvanderhoffwrll teach you so much about a home That rfyou get a husband you ll never want to roam If secretarral work IS what you d l1ke to do Why don t you see Mrss l'1eld'P That rs my advrce to you Mr Wegner s a Junror hrgh teacher, we ll admrt But he teaches basxc math to us of slow wrt Mrs Foster has a smrle for everyone Espec1ally when therr work IS all done He handles contest speech Just frne As that IS rrght rn h1S l1ne He teaches bookkeeprng and other sublects too Mr Potter d1sc1pl1nes all even you And then there's the mexhaustable Mrs. Brown, Who works at home, at school, and town. lkhrle others complarn about what they have to , Mrs. Brown rs at rt and bmgo she's through' Mr Wrlkrnson IS a new teacher thrs year Actress Mrss Norland works wrth her play cast She slaves wrth them from the frrst to the last Coach Lyons IS a frrst class coach us true But he can teach as few others can do Jess knows Just how ftrm he should be A man wrth a lot of patrence 1S he If you are rnterested rn good books to read Mrss Petersen IS just the person you need Mr Nuttlng IS a popular one Probably because he s so much fun She dr1lls a hole and pours rt rn You learn hlstorg. as well as your s1ns She may embarrass you but yet she s grand From Mxss Hendrrckson you frnd where you stand Certaxnly she IS not the one to blame If none of us are rn the Hall of Fame He s short and handsome but slrghtly stout Now I wonder whom th1s rs about He teaches Englrsh speech and cornmercral law In Mr Clrne there rs never a flaw Hrs many ftne polnts are most laudable But what he expects from us rs rmpossrblel Hrs surts are pressed he eats l1ke an Earl He has all of our nunds rn a whrrl He s our hlgh school prxncrpal a wonderful u Our memorles of hrm shall never dxe. These people compose much of our teen age lrfe, We'll remember them always rn thrs world of strrfe By Margaret La ckore F. C . GREENHOU SE 'V - 4 ,W .II Y I, .. . ., M, , . , I I 'I ' -'-V 1 v .n...' ' IQI -.'.2L." '2,,j-- r.,..,..,,,,,.U,, I . CI in 1" Q4 - I 4. ', A I . ik .... , .. , l M, It I g If I I . I , . I I . I I . . I I , . . . I Mr. Coon will help you get in gear. He teaches those who wish a literary or Spanish career I . . . I . . D 0 I 1 o . . . , , I I I e o . 1 , I . I . P . 1 . I I I . . , I . . . I . . . . I I , , I . . . I I I . I ' 0 . V I I . . , . I I V D I ' . . . ' . . 9 O . 4 I I ' I I O y I . . V ' I r I l . , . I I I . . I . I I I I . . . I I ' ' ' ' . ' 211 Yi V ' ' Y - . 14 mon class offlcems Q3 R l .'- ' l ' X. . lbs. N ll ' """"' Un' v I-Q Donna Lovrk Darlene Lovrk Allan Grlbertson Karen Tweeten TREASURER VICE PRESIDENT PRESIDENT SECRETARY CL ASS S PONSORS M1ssNorland Mrs Foster Mr Potter Mr Lyons POEM FOR CLASS OF 50 We stand on the threshold of success Our futures unknown to all Each one to the world wrll soon address Today we begrn tomorrow s call Greatness IS not what we are to seek Truth rs much better by far When truth rs found we ve reached the peak For to greatness truth 15 the gurdrng star To our frrends and classmates we are sayrng goodbye But not to forget as the years come along And a word of adxrce as we leaye F C l-lroh Study hard have fun don t confuse rrght mth wrong So remember as you tray el on lrfe s merry may That greatness 1S not the only arm But rather seek truth rn eyerx day For only then mll you be Garnrng your fanle CLASS IOTTO Seek not greatness but seek truth and ou l frnd both CL XSS FLOXK ER Prnk Delreht Rose Cl -XSS LOI ORS rnl- an' Chartoal SHIN ly C OLESON FOXSTRUC IOX COIIP X rn ye drrt e ca at L 1 J s . l U V I , - . U I 11 ' I .IV I l ' 1 . , . I " Y ,' ,P 'I Y Y I O .D g -1 , , ' ,- -v , , .. V . 4' V D ' V V ,vl K . ' 4' lv, . ' -I V Cc I . -' A A l By' Darlene, Dollie, Donna Lovik I A v ' l , , .wh . 3 P' i tr N f'.'.rf' '. V r' , ,I T .I ' lv AQY S4 d, Qri' l, ' 5: x inf HARRIETT ANDERSON Vocauon Secretary F C H S 4years Chotr 2 G1rls Glee Club 1 Operetta 3 4 Concert Band 3 4 Nlarch mg Band 4 Student Cfl1IlCll 3 Yearbook 2 War Whoop 4 F 'vlany are her frtends few are her foes everyone ltkes her wherever she goes FRANKLIN R DIENERT Frank vocatton Farmer F C H S 4years Football 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track3 4 Pep Band 1 Concert Band 1 2 3 Marchmg Band 1 2 3 Class Play 3 4 Pep Club 2 PepCom mrttee 1 Class Offrcer Yearbook 4 War Whoop 4 An expert rs one who knows more and more about less and ess CATHERINE BOWER Cathy Vocatron Undecrded F C H S 4years Gtrls Glee Club 1 2 Yearbook 1 2 F H A 2GAA 23 Latrn ub 1 2 Room Duty 2 I thrnk that I shall never scan a tree as lovely as a man GENE D BUCKLEY Buck Vocatron Undectded F C' H S 4 years Football 4 Track 3 4 Operetta 2 Be slent and safe stlence never betrays you U lOl2 "in i 1:9- R 1 NORTHERN IUMBER Your uptown burldmg materral store MARILYN BAKKEN Vocatron Secretary F C H S 4 years Chou 2 Gtrls Glee Club 1 2 Look on me wrth the eyes of sweet compasston ELDEAN BORG Borg Vocatton Televtslon Journaltsm F C H S 4years Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Chorr 3 4 Boys ee Club 3 4 Operetta 3 4 One Acts 1 2 3 Pep Club 2 Stu dent Counc1l2 3 4 F F A 1 2 3 4 Man IS the only anrmal that blushes or needs to DALE O BREDESON Breat Vocatlon Farmrng F C H S 4years Football 2 3 4 Track 1 3 Manager 4 n 1 F F A 2 3 4 ball 4 Better a bad excuse than none at all FRANCES CARLSON Vocatton Teachxng Chotr 2 3 4 Gtrls Glee Club 12 Operetta1234 p Band 3 4 Concert Band 1 2 3 4 Marchrng Band I 2 3 4 One Acts 1 Speech 4 e Club 1 Class Offrcer 1 Year book 1 War Whoop 4 F H A 4 Room D y Class Play 3 4 The word rmposstble IS not tn my dtctronary WANDA CARLSON Nan Vocation Marriage F C H S 4 years Gtrls Glee Club 2 Marchmg Band 1 2 3 4 One Acts 2 Declamatory 2 3 Pep Club 3 War Whoop 1 3 4 F H A 1 3 Future Nur es C1ub234GAA 12Room Duty 1 2 True love IS the grft whtch God has gtven CLYDE COLE Vocatton Aeronauttcal Engtneer F C H S 4years Chorr 1 2 3 4 Boys Glee Club 3 Operetta 1 2 3 4 Pep Club 2 Never trouble trouble t1ll trouble troubles you DAVID C FREDRICKSON Fred Vocatton Undecrded F C H S 4 years Football 2 3 4 Yearbook 4 A desrre to leam a wrllrng ness to work and determrnatron to recerve an educat1on ALLAN! GILBERTSON Al Vocatron Teachrng F C H S 4 years Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 3 4 Track 2 4 Pep Band 1 2 Concert Band 1 2 3 4 Student Councrl 1 4 Class Offtcer 4 A good student a fme athlete and a defrmte asset to F C H H IORS :npr X17 C HARDWARE I8 CAROLL CARSON Buvver Vocation Undecided F C H S 4 years Football 3 4 Basketball 1 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 3 Cho1r 3 4 Boys Glee Club 4 Operetta 1 4 Marchtng Band 2 Class Play 3 4 One Acts 1 Pep Club 2 Pep Com mtttee 2 Student Councrl 1 Class Offlcer 1 Yearbook 4 The reward ofa thmg well done is to have done ll JOHN P DUNBAR Vocatron Undectded F C H S 4 years Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 2 4 Manager 2 My days have crackled and gone up rn smoke AUDRY GARDNER Shep Vocatton Teachtng C H S 4 years Chorr Gtrls Glee Club 1 2 Operetta 1 2 Pep Band 3 4 Concert Band 1 2 3 4 Marchrng Band 1234 One Acts 2 C ss Play 4 Pep Club 2 Student Councrl 2 Yearbook 1 2 War oop 1 2 F H A 1 2 GAA 1234 Room Duty 1 2 L1brar1an2 Love s a krss and then away ARTHUR GILBERTSON r Vocatron Undectded F C H S 4 years Football 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Pep Club 2 Student Councrl 1 2 It ts not good that man should be alone DOUG LAS GLIME Doug Vocat1on Journahst F C H S 3 years transferred from Knoxvrlle Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Chorr 3 4 Boys Glee Club 3 4 Oper etta2 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Speech 3 4 Student Counc1l 2 Class Offtcer 2 Yearbook 4 War Whoop 4 I agree wrth no man s oprmons I have my own DONALD GUDMONSON Goody Vocat1on Farmrng CHS4years FFA He s a gentlemen look at hrs boots MARY IO HANSON Vocat1on Secretary F C H S 4years Cho1r2 3 G rls Glee Club 1 2 3 Operetta 1 2 3 Pep Band 3 Concert Band 2 3 4 March1ng Band 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Stu dent Dlrector 4 One Acts 1 Pep Club 2 Yearbook 1 2 4 WrWhoop123 FHA 2 3 4 Latin Club 1 2 Room Duty 1 2 Calrfornra here I come PATRICIA HOSIER at Vocatron Marrrage F C H S 4 years Gtrls Glee Club 1 Concert Band l 2 Marching Band 1 2 3 4 One Acts 2- Declamatory 4- War oop 1 3 4- F ' .C - G A. ' Room Duty 1 2 The happiness of life is made up of minute fractions. ' H IORS HANSON FURNITURE I9 GERALDINE GRAFF Gerry Vocatron A1rl1ne Hostess F C H S 3 1X2 years trans ferred from Fertrle War Whoop 4 Future Nurses Club 4 Lrb rartan 1 2 3 4 A smrle for anyone and every one GERALD GUNDERSON Gunder Vocatron Undertaker F C H S 4 years Boys Glee Club 3 Operetta 2 3 Class Play 3 Pep Club 2 3 Student Counc1l 3 Class Offrcer 3 Track 4 Good humor makes all thtngs tolerable LAYNE HA UGEN Vocat1on Undecrded F C' H S 4years Football 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Chorr 1 2 3 4 Boys Glee Club 3 4 Operetta 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Pep Club 2 Student Coun crl 1 2 3 4 Class Offrcer 3 Once a gentleman always a gentleman HARVEY JOHNSON Johns Vocat1on Farmer F C H S 4 years Track 4 Chorr 1 3 4 Boys Glee Club 3 4 Operetta 1 2 3 4 Con cert Band l 2- Marching Band 1 2- One Acts 2 4- Pep Club 2 3- Pep Committee 3- Year- book 4- War whoop 2- F.F A 2 "A farmer s work is never done .- " IUDITH JOHNSON udy Vocatton Secretary F C H S 4 years Chorr 2 3 Grrls Glee Club 1 2 Operetta 2 3 Student Councrl3 4 Year ok 2 4 F H 2 Future Nurses Club 3 4 Room Duty 2 A lovely smrle a wrnnlng way that s ourludy everyday NORMA KINGLAND Lu Lu Vocatron Teachmg F C H S 4 years Chorr 2 Grrls Glee Club 1 2 Operetta 2 War Whoop4 F H A 4 Future Nurses Club 4 Roo m Duty 2 Iheard the lrttle brrd say so DOROTHY KNUDTSON Vocatron Stenographer F C H S 4 years Grrls Glee Clu 1 2 3 Operetta 3 4 Concert Band 2 3 4 Marchmg Band 2 3 4 Class Play 3 One Acts2 Speech 3 4 F H A 1 2 3 4 Future Nurses Club Room Duty 1 2 Put not your trust tn men LOUla LARSON Loure Vocatron Army F C H S 4 years Football 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 The wrong way always seems the more reasonable 20 HIOIQS l 1 get LEUTHOLP AND BAHR Men s Clothmg Furmshrngs Shoes NOREEN JOHNSON Johns Vocauon lawyer F C H S 4years Yearbook 2 War whoop 4 Future Nurses Club 4 Lann Club 1 2 Lrb rarran 3 A lritle nonsense now and then IS relrshed by the wrsest men RONALD KLIPPING Klrp Vocanon Farmer F C H S 4 years Chorr 1 3 4 Boys Glee Club 3 Operetta 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Warwhoopl 2 FF A 2 3 Please belreve me my locks are natural GARY LARSON Vocatron Farmer F C H S 3 years transferred from Crystal Lake F F A 2 The frrvolous work of pol1shed rdleness DARLENE LOVIK Vocatron Stenographer F C H S 4 years Gxrls Glee Club 1 Class Offrcer 4 Year book 4 Lrbrarran 2 3 Sxmplrcrty of character IS no hrndrance to subtlety of mtell ect DOLLIE DOVIK su Vocauon Bookkeeper Typ1st F C H S 4 years Glrls Glee Club 1 Yearbook 4 A rose wrth tts sweetest leaves snll folded MARY ANN MARTINSON Marty Vocatton Secretary C H S 4 years Choxr Grrls Glee Club 1 Pep Band 2 3 4 Concert Band 1 2 3 Marchrng Band 1 2 3 4 One Acts 2 4 Speech 4 Pep Club 2 Yarbook 12 FHA 123 4 Cheerleadmg 1 2 Operetta 4 Class Play 4 In your frultcake of memorles remember me as a nut IERALD MILLER Mllt Vocatxon Undecrded F C H S 4 years Football 1 3 4 Track 3 4 Class Play 3 4 One Acts 2 Pep Club 2 Year book 4 Speech Play 4 I felt f1ne th1s morn1ng unul I woke up IEANNETTE NELSON ean Vocatlon Secretary F.C.H.S 4 years- Girls Glee Club 1- Concert Band 2- March- ing Band 2- Yearbook 1- F. H. 3 . 'Blushing is quite an art isnt HIORS I' A X GREEN S STAND .L-'J ARD SERVICE DONNA LOVIK se Vocatton Stenographer F C H S 4 years Grrls Glee Club 1 Class Off1cer 4 Year book 4 A gul who IS fun and gets thtngs done IANICE MICHAELSON an Vocatron Nurse F C H S 4 years Yearbook 1 War Whoop 4 F H A Future Nurses Club 3 4 G A A 1 2 3 4 Tumb11ng Club 2 Room Duty 2 Your laughs go far but your grggles go farther IEANETTE MITCHELL Much Vocat1on Secretary F C H S 41years Gtrls Glee Club 1 Yearbook 4 F H A 1 A A It IS better to be small and shme than to be large and cast a shadow RICHARD NELSON Drck Vocatxon Agrrcultural Teacher F.C. H.S. 4 years- Baseball 1 2- Track 3 4- One Acts 2 3 4- Pe C1ub2-FFA.1234 How big was Alexander when they called him great? MARY JANE NESSA Vocauon Scrence F C H S 4 years Grrls Glee Club 1 3 PepC1ub 1 2 3 F H.A 3 G A A 1 2 3 4 T bhng Club 1 2 She s short and sweet and mrghty neat for an all round grrl she s hard to beat ARLENE OLSON Vocarron Secretary F C H S 4 years Grrls Glee Club 1 Marchrng Band 1 2 Pep Club 2 3 War Whoop 4 A A rnaxrm consrsts of a mrnr mum of sound and a maxrmturn of sense MARIE OLSON Vocatron Teacher F C H S 4 years Guls Glee Club 1 Class Offlcer 3 Year book 4 Room Duty 1 2 brarran 1 The best cosmetrc rn the world 15 an actrve mrnd that IS always frndrng somethmg new LILA MAE PETERSON Vocauon. Telephone Operator F C H S 4 years Grrls Glee Clubl 2 One Acts1 FHA 1 2 3 4 Future Nurses Club 3 She takes l1fe as she frnds ll and she fmds rt good HIORS 'Y S L ,ur Xe-9 Od 'JN 17 QF! TWIN OAKS MOTEL ABE OLSON PROPRIETOR 22 KORINNE OKLAND Vocatlon. Teachmg F C H S 1 year transferred from Thompson Chou 4 Guls Glee Club 4 Operetta 4 Speech 4 F H A 4 L1brarran4 Class Play 4 Nothing great was ever achlev ed wrthout enthusrasm JERRY OLSON Vocatron. Undecrded F C H S 1 1f2 years trans ferred from Thompson Track 4 Baseball 4 The man who rdly srts and dreams HARRY ALLEN PETERSON S3111 Vocatron Farmer F C H S 4 years Football 1 4 Track 2 F F A 4 Baseball 4 A modest man who hrdes a personallty others would enJoy YVONNE RIGGLE Von Vocatron. Stenographer F C H S 4 years Yearbook 4 F H A 1 Room Duty 1 L1 branan 3 Lrstenrng 15 one great art of conx ersatron ' 1 - 4 n . I I ' J s o n n 1 I I 1,2,g . . . , , , 5 um- D g g I ffm- - G Ed . . . . 3 ' ' 4' sb ' - ' 3 . I 2 'a I- - n n o a ' I ' . : : ' g F.H. . l,2,3g G.A.A. 3,45 -'Q',ff.,s Ilth 1 5 , Room Duty 1, 2. f A X 1 L. .- - - IV Sq K V 1 , 'J wgsty,f1 A A 1' , ' ' ' Li' 2,3,: g . . .1.2.3. . . . .N I . ' on Li J 1 ' ' s A a s ' . ' 6 1 1 I : I . - 0 ff' . . , JJ. '- ' ' ' . . ' A532 'bf I ' ' . .U , V X -Q X IANICE RITTER an Vocatron Nurse F C H S 1 year transferred from Santa Ana Calrforma Cho1r4 Concert Band 4 Mar chrng Band 4 Of energres and hopes that cannot dre BARNEY SCHRANCK Shrmk Vocat1on Unknown F C H S 4 years Football 1 2 3 Baseball 1 Track 1 2 Golf 3 Manager 1 Books can watt Im young ZELDA SKOGERBOE Ze Vocat1on Secretary F C H S 3 1!2 years trans ferred from Hayfreld Gtrls Glee Club 1 2 3 One Acts 2 PepClub2 3 4 PepComm1ttee 4 Student Councrl 3 F H A 2 3 4 Cheerleadrng 2 3 4 Beauty rs power a smrle 15 tts sword ORLYN STOLL Stove Vocat1on Farmrng F C H S 4 years Track 3 OneActs3 FFA 1234 Departure should be sudden ll IORS ROLLEFSON S Phrllrps 66 on Hlghways 9 and 69 23 SHARON ROLLEFSON Sherr Vocatron Secretary or Teacher F C H S 4 years Choxr 2 Grrls Glee Club 1 2 Operetta 2 Yearbook34 FHA 13 Enough work to do and enough ab1l1t1es to do rt SANDRA SKIEIE Vocatn on Stenographer F C H S 4 years Concert Band 1 2 Marchrng Band 1 2 One Acts 2 Pep Club 2 F H A 1 2 3 Room Duty 2 Real Joy comes not from ease or rtches or from the prarse of men but from dorng some thrng worthwhrle JAMES SMITH rm Vocatron Unknown F C H S 4 years Be not the slave of words DARRELL SUBY Stub Vocatron Teachxng F C H S 4 years Football 2 4 Track 3 4 Baseball 4 Chotr 1 2 3 4 Boys Glee Club 3 4 Operetta 1 3 4 Class Play 3 Student Councrl 3 Class Offlcer 3 Yearbook4 F FA 1 2 Every burned book enlrghtens the world I l ' I . . . . . . . . . . . : ' 3 ' ' . 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CARMEN SUNDE Vocatton Teaching F C H S 4 years Chou 3 4 Gxrls Glee Club 1 4 Operetta 3 4 Pep Band 2 3 4 Concert Band 1 2 3 4 Marchtng Band 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 4 One Acts 1 Pep Club 2 Student Counctl 1 4 Class Offtcer 2 Yearbook 2 4 War Whoop 3 4 A 2 They profrt most who serve best KENNETH TAYLOR Kenny Vocatron Engtneer F C H S 4 years Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball 4 Track 1 3 4 Cho1r 3 4 Boys Glee Clul: 4 Operetta 3 4 One Acts Pep Commtttee 2 F F A Ill agree wtth anyone who agrees wrth me KAREN TW EE TEN FCHS 4years Chou23 4 Grrls Glee Club 1 2 Oper etta 2 3 4 Concert Band 1 2 3 4 Marchmg Band 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 One Acts 2 Pep Club 2 Pep Commrttee 2 Stu dent Councrl 2 Class Offtcer 4 Yearbook 2 4 War whoop 1 F H A 1 2 3 4 Future Nurses Cub34 GAA 4 Room Duty 1 A sweet dxspositton is a merrt to the best BILL WEIDNER Wtllxe Vocatron Mrlkman F C H S 4 years Basketball 12 Baseball 1234 C ss Play 3 Leave taktngs are but wasted sadness Let me pass out quxetly 24 IORS IACOBS INC Your Qualrfred Store for Over 71 Years JLORIA SWANSON Glor Vocatron Secretary H S 4 years Grrls Glee Club 1 2 Operetta 1 2 War whoop 2 Future Nurses Club 3 4 We women do talk too much ut even then we don t tell half we know VIOLET THOMPSON Vocatton Teachrng F C H S 4 years Chou Glrls Glee Club 1 3 Operetta Class Play 3 Pep Club 2 Pep Commtttee 4 Year book 2 War Whoop 1 2 3 F H A 1 2 3 G A A 3 C r leadrng 1 2 3 4 Ltbranan 3 If a woman has long harr 1I IS a glory to her IANICE WADDINGHAM Vocatron Secretary F C H S 4 years War Whoop 4 Future Nurses Club 4 G A A 1 2 3 Tumbhng Club 3 Room Duty 2 Quret grrl but qurte a grrl CLYDE WILSON Vocatron Farmrng H S 4years F F A Whatl lrke about sprtng IS that you can call tnema sprmg ever 1 3 1 v 3 F.C. . . 1 , ' . . .: .: 114g F.H.A. 1. .3,4: 1 : 1 1 A if A'-qi:-Q b I F.H. .1, ,3,4. " - ll - Y L X Vi i .... I ' 3,43 I .' I ' Z .2' ' ' ' ' 2 , . , . ' 9' 3.4: Q . 2 , , Y, : 3: 3'4l A l a ' g . . . 1,2, 3 ' ' 5 ' 3'4. .7 zuhee- Vocation: Teacher 5 1 n : . . . I ' .: . , ,: la F.C. .. : . . .1,2. 1 l I " f A Li: SEDIOQS '1 4 15-rr BEVERLY DOLANI v Vocatron Not known F C H S 1 year transferred from Warsaw Indiana Speech Play 4 Her blue eyes sought the West a ar Mr Harvey s program brought to light good sports among students and faculty 19 1 Wanda and Pat made their own Santa Claus in Art Class. 'VA-0 - Miss Neva Patterson Social Welfare Agent addressed the gov ernment classes These senior members of mixed chorus sang for us on the Christmas program at the auditorium. FOREST CITY CO-OP OIL COMPANY KIHOGRGARIGH 1943 1944 the-aindbv i BACK ROW B Johnson B Weidner K Tweeten R Thompson C Sunde B Srhranck SECOIND ROW J Clausen S Barendregt Z Skogerboe A Gilbertson ArtG1lbertson A Nlonson FROINT ROW J Mason P Hosxer S Rollefson E George am -K BACK ROW: A. Olson V. Thompson C. Wilson K. Anderson S. Skjeie R. Iwelson. SECOND ROW: D. Smith M. Martinson D. Eichorn M. Hanson M. Reinertson R. Ellefson. FRONT ROW: J. Mitchell E. Peterson J. Riekena M. Iwessa H. Anderson F. C. FARM EQUIPMENT -GAYLORD BOWMAN 26 toqethetz All U16 W Some X I BACK ROW: Mary Jane Nessa, Sandra Skjeie, Mary Jo Hanson, Pat Hosier. SECOND ROW: Carmen Sunde, Violet Thompson, Jeanette Mitchell, Miss Jacobs, Karen Anderson, Mary Ann Martinson. FRONT ROW: Bill Weidner, Clyde Wilson, Art Gilbertson, Al Gilbertson. Tweeten, Harriet Sharon Rollefson, Clear Lake I C n I wednesday D C May 25 skated Some played ball Some rested C77 1 rv 'vs 2' Some dried off after a plunge in the lake -. -' . :W .M i 'Z f""V ' x .gi gl: 1 M , 6 5' I , ..: Q ,W Ag ate the good food WINNEBAGO MOTORS H. S. faculty were the invited guests 27 BACCAIAUREAIE Sunday Evening May 22, 1955 Processional "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" Marilyn Nerby and Nancy Kamish Invocation Reverend O. W. Brand "My God How Wonderful Thou Art" Mixed Chorus Scripture Reading Reverend O. W. Brand "Andante in F" by Mozart Flute Solo Carol Sunde Sermon Reverend Tom Rebentisch Benediction Reverend Merritt Kline Recessional "Jesu, ,Toy of Man's Desiring" COHNH UGG I Thursday Evening May 26, 1955 Processional "Pomp and Circumstance" Marilyn Nerby and Nancy Kamish Invocation Reverend Clair Saliers "Bride of the Waves" Trumpet Solo Barbara Osnes Address Dr. Marion Williams "You'll Never Walk Alone" Girls' Chorus Presentations: Awards Principal John E. Cline Citizenship Attorney Elliott Cooper Class Superintendent K. W. Van Horn Diplomas Albert Olson Recessional "March of The War Priest" Marilyn Nerby Benediction Reverend Burton W. Smith M St N MOTORS 28 honons VA LY DICTORIAN DARLFNE LOVIK SALUTATORIANI OUTSTANDING GIRL OUTSTANDING BOY FAROLL FARQON FRANCES CARLSON? ELDEAN BORG m I f . K f ii ,1 KORINNE OKLAND receives her OUTSTANDING CITIZEN QLAWU diploma DOUG GLIME WASPSIE HATCHERY -F,C. PRODUCE A Q O S O A SENIOR HONORS In a program at the auditorium on Thursday, May 26, at 9:30 a.m. faculty members made awards to students earning honors in their field of work. SENIORS so awarded were: INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC Letter Pat Hosier 2 chevrons Karen Tweeten Mary Arm Martinson Carmen Sunde Frances Carlson 3 chevrons Franklin Bienert Allan Gilbertson VOCAL MUSIC Harvey Johnson Caroll Carson Doug Glime Ronald Klipping Layne Haugen Darrell Suby Clyde Cole Karen Tweeten Eldean Borg Carmen Sunde 30 FOOT BALL 15 Senior boys earned letters BASKETBALL 7 Senior boys earned letters TRACK ll Senior boys earned letters BASEBALL 9 Senior boys earned letters 4 Senior boys earned letters in 4 sports L Part of the athletic award winners. Scholarship keys were awarded as follows: Gold keys ffor 4 years on the honor rollj Allan Gilbertson, Caroll Carson, Darlene Lovik, Marie Olson. Silver keys ffor 3 yearsj Franoes Carlson, Donna Lovik, Carmen Sunde. Bronze Art ffor 2 yearsp David Fredrickson, Layne Haugen, Dollie Lovik. Also Scholarships were announced: I. S. C. - Eldean Borg - the Sigma Delta Chi Award Drake University - Doug Glime - Athletic scholarship Luther College - Darrell Suby and Layne Haugen Other awards to Seniors: Speech Division I - Eldean Borg Division II - Frances Carlson Citizenship papers in United Nations' contest Caroll Carson and Allan Gilbertson F.F.A. DeKalb Award - Eldean Borg Cheerleaders - silver megaphone charms Zelda Skogerboe and Violet Thompson DR. ROBERT L. MYERS - OPTOMETRIST hl 13012 In 1942 forty l1ttle Indlans chmbed onthe f1rst rung of the1r ladder to a d1ploma These were Harrtett Anderson Kay Anderson Sh1rley Barendregt Wayne Buckley James Clasen Beverly Daugherty Darlene E1chorn Roger Ellefson OrdeanFredr1ckson Eugene George Allen G1lbertson Arthur G1lbertson Mary Jo Hanson John H111 PBIFICIB Hos1er Robert Johnson Dev1e L1etz1nger Mary Ann Mart1nson John Mason Jeanette MlICheu Ann Monson R1chard Nelson Mary Jane Nessa Arv1d Olson Edwm Peterson Jan1ce Rtekena Mary Re1nertson Sharon Rollefson Barnett Schranck June Sexton Sandra Sk1e1e Carmen Sunde Orlyn Stoll Zelda Skogerboe Donald Sm1th Ronald Thompson Vxolet Thompson Karen Tweeten B1lly W1dner and Clyde W1lson MISS Jacobs was our k1nd and understandmg teacher We spent our t1me play1ng tn the sandptle and 1n our doll house we helped support our country by buy1ng stamps w1th our penmes every day we rested our weary bones on our cozy httle rugs after wh1ch we drank a bottle of Ulllk A few fell off th1s rung of the ladder Wayne Buckley Beverly Daugherty John H111 D1x1e Lett zmger Ann Monson Barney Schranck and Orlyn Stoll The next fall we chmbed up one rung where M1ss P1nta and M1ss Ruth Hendrxckson superv1sed us Here we began to learn our ABC s and those d1ff1cult numbers Our readmg class was d1v1ded 1nto small groups the Roblns the Blueblrds and the Sparrows but our stor1es were all about Jane and D1ck Those who chmbed on th1s rung w1th us were Jay Cra1g John Cralg Ronn1e Evanson Dav1d Freder1ck son D6l'lIl1S Hoeft James Holmes VIOICI Jo1ce Jan1ce Nelson James Sheldon and Robert Trosthe1m Those who shxfted to other ladders were Kathleen Anderson Clarence Chr1stenson Darlene E1chorn Roger Ellefson Robert Johnson VIOICI J o1ce John Mason Jerome Sheldon Zelda Skogerboe Donald Sm1th and Ronald Thompson In second grade on the th1rd rung of our ladder the follow1ng chmbed aboard Robert Anderson Patr1c1a Arbuckle Marlene Bakke Cather1ne Bower Jerrold Buckley Allen Hanson GIHCIB He1fner John H111 Joan Jenson Dav1d Mart1n Jan1ce Mrchaelson Ramon1 Perk1ns Barney Schranck and Forrest Thompson M1ss Gjellefald and M1ss Zavttz were our teachers Sh1ft1ng to other ladders were Robert Anderson Jay Cra1g John Cra1g Ronrue Evanson Ordean Fredr1ckson Eugene George Gracle He1fner Joan Jenson Arv1d Olson Ramon1 Perkms June Sexton and Forrest Thompson On the next rotmd of the ladder our ma1n obJect1ve seemed to be to learn the mult1phcat1on table Part of us met 1n the old b1uld1ng w1th MISS Stowe and part 1n the h1gh school bu1ld1ng under M1ss Gunder son Fall1ng or Jumpmg off th1s rung were Patr1c1a Arbuckle Jerrold Buckley James Holmes Dav1d Mart1n Jan1ce Nelson Made11ne Olson Edwm Peterson Mary Re1nertson and Barney Schranck Tak1ng the1r places were Ronald Kl1pp1ng Madelxne Olson and Donna and Ronna Randall In fourth grade we were aga1n all 1n one bu1ld1ng under the superv1s1on of MISS Howard and MISS Trustem From th1s rung we lost Sh1rley Barendregt W11l1am F1sher Sharon Helv1ck R1chard Nelson and Nancy Sue Rose But the space was f1lled by newcomers Wanda Carlson Darlene E1chorn Wllllam F1sher Sharon HC1VlCk Lou1s Larson Dav1d Lee Nancy Sue Rose Allen Strand and Donald Trosthe1m We stud1ed d1v1s1on and Un1ted States h1story In INIISS Howard s room we read our favor1te stor1es 1n front of the class Our favor1te game was racer tag remember how the erasers fell off? ln the fall of 47 we chmbed tothe rung marked fxfth grade where our teachers were MISS Carpenter and M1ss Trustem Here we welcomed Caroll Carson Jr LOIS Gull1ckson Harvey Hlpple Mart1n Mon son Corny Van Oort Ronald Oswald Yvonne R1ggle Barney Schranck and Donald Srruth We lost some of these soon along w1th others Harvey H1pple Ronald Oswald Donna Randall Ronna Randall and Donald Sm1th Th1s was the year of the great battle remember ll gxrls '7 MISS Day and M1ss DeVaul superv1sed our act1v1t1es on the next rung s1xth grade Remember the contests between the two rooms 1n baseball and football 'P Also the programs MISS Day presented '7 MISS Day s b1rthday was very exc1t1ng flowers! In M1ss DeVaul s room our excuse for not study1ng was W can t concentrate when the f1fth grade IS chattermg Cl1mb1ng on Wllh us to enjoy th1s year were Robert Anderson Sh1rley Barendregt Audry Gardner Donald Gudmonson Vernon Larson Arlene Olson Lxla Peterson Zelda Skogerboe Orlyn Stoll and Glor1a Swanson We lost Sh1rley Barendregt Corny Van Oort Orlyn Stoll Zelda Skogerboe and Kay Anderson In the fall of 1949 an extens1on was added to our ladder and we cl1mbed to the f1rst rung 7th grade We enjoyed the change to havmg f1ve teachers and changmg classrooms every hour Our teachers were M1ss SBWICR IVIISS S1tzmann Mrs Smlth Mr Wegner and Mr Haugen who was always crack1ng Jokes As we chmbed to th1s rung we were Jomed by Marlyn Albertson Frankhn B1enert Dale Bredeson Gene Buckley D1on1s1o Cump1on Ronrue Evanson Harvey Johnson D8Vld Lee John Dunbar Arlene Quam Audry Gardner and Jamce Wadd1ngham LOIS Gull1ckson dropped off IIIIS rung The next rung of the ladder carr1ed us 1nto 8th grade Here we were Jo1ned by Noreen Johnson and Harvev H1pple all the g1rls heart throb who left us agaxn that year due to rheumauc fever D1on1s1o Cun1p1an also Jumped off th1s rung and Vernon Larson Robert Trosthe1m Donald Trosthe1m and Arlene Quam d1d not chmb to the n1nth grade rung w1th us 31 . 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I I I ' I I I I I I . ln August 1951 the ladder was extended for 48 of last year s 8th graders to clrmb one more rung on therr ladder Gerry Gunderson Eldean Borg Dennrs Bergan Gerry Frsher Clyde Cole Frances Carlson Layne Haugen Dorothy Knudtson Sharon Helvrck Judylohnson Norma Krngland Zelda Skogerboe Marvrn Haugland Dollre Darlene and Donna Lovrk Jerry Mrller Jeannette Nelson Marte Olson Kenny Taylor Orlyn Stoll Gordon True Darrell Suby Rrchard Ixelson Kenny Olson Rrchard Peterson Wrllrs Thompson Melva Johnson and Marrlyn Bakken Jumped on thrs rung wrth us Fallrng or Jumprng off were Gerry Frsher Marlyn Albertson Marlene Bakke Dennrs Bergan and Gordon True We had much to learn thrs year A hrghlrght was homecomrng when Frances Carlson was our attendant to the queen Remember the Enghsh teacher we had that year Mrss Hughes you all 'P ln August of 52 we clrmbed another rung on the ladder and enjoyed bemg sophomores Those who chmbed on wrth us were Bev Belzer Geraldrne Graff Doug Glrme Gary Larson Allen Peterson James Smrth and Allen Brones J umprng off were Ronnre Evanson Allen Strand Kenneth Olson Wrllrs Thomp son Martrn Monson Allen Brones Robert Anderson Marvrn Haugland and Dennrs Hoeft We were proud of our attendant to the queen thrs year Zelda Skogerboe Remember Mr Cabalka and hrs f1eld trrps? Up to next to the last rung of the ladder as Junrors and we added Janrce Rrtter Jerry Olson and Donna Palmateer We lost Darlene Erchorn Davrd Lee Jrm Clasen Bev Belzer and Janrce Rrtter Many are the brrght spots from thrs year For homecomrng we had two attendants to the queen Mary Jane Nessa and Carmen Sunde On thrs rung we really sweat rt out earnrng money to entertarn the senrors rn the sprrng The theme of our banquet was The Crrcus and what a colorful tent we furnrshed them wrth merry go rounds ferrrs wheels srde shows and acts rn the three rrngs Our class play Cheaper by the Dozen was a great success At last we reached to the top rung we were senrorsl Two new students Jorned our class Korrnne Okland and Beverly Dolan andJanrceR1tter returned Fallrng off thrs top rung were Allen Hanson Sharon Helvrck John H111 Melva Johnson Janrce Rrekena Janrce Rrtter Beverly Dolan Rrchard Peterson Donna Palmateer James Smrth beat us off the ladder frnrshrng hrs hrgh school career at mrd term The Home comrng Queen was our Zelda Skogerboe and Mary Jane Ixessa and Vrolet Thompson were two of her attendants Our play Trme Out for Grnger was drrected by Mrss Norland and Mr Potter Thrs year after our labors last year we really enjoyed the banquet party and prom grven us by the junrors Therr theme Aprrl rn Parrs lent rtself well to our colors prnk and charcoal We are proud of the honors won and the contrrbutrons made by the members of our class We have taken part rn every area of school actrvrtres wrnnrng our honors rn athletrcs cheerleadrng commercral FHA fFrances Carlson was STATE vrce presrdentj FFA fEldean Borg won DeKalb Award and Ronnre Klrpprng won state gold award for hrs scrapbookl musrc C8 senrors among the Drvrsron l State wrnnersy speech work and scholastrcally rn our own school Through our contrrbutrons we have helped to make F C H S what rt rs we have taken our place rn the hrstory of F C H S HARRIET ANDERSON wrlls her abrlrty to stand out rn the hall trll zero hour to nrne to Norma Rrggle MARILYN BAKKEN wrlls all the men rn her lrfe to Marrlyn Levrson Take good care of them! FRANKLIN BIENERT wrlls hrs abrhty to have Just one grrl all through hrgh school to Ronme Monson ELDEAN BORG wrlls hrs abrlrty to thrnk ofsomethrngto say even rf rt doesn t make sense to the Freshmen CATHERINE BOWER wrlls her abrlrty to collect class rrngs at the skatrng rrnk to Wrnnre O Donnell DALE BREDESON wrlls hrs abrlrty to plow a strarght furrow to Ed Dunbar GENE BUCKLEY wrlls hrs way wrth the teachers to any Junror who ha the nerve to use rt FRANCES CARLSON wrlls her abrlrty to go steady to Elrzabeth L riff WAIxDA CARLSOIN wrlls her place at the altar but not Orv to am confrrmed old mard CAROLL CARSON wrlls hrs beautrful dark complexron to Phyllrs Severson who has alm ays wrshed for a tan CLYDE COLE wrlls hrs abrlrty to keep hrs butch up to T om Johnson JOHN DUNBAR wrlls hrs elephant memory to those who wrll struggle thru government next year DAVID FREDRICKSON wrlls hrs frrendly manner to the quret Junror class AUDRY GARDNER wrlls her abrlrty to play football to next year s team Good luckl ALLAIN GILBERTSON wrlls hrs trrps to Leland to anybody that thrnks he can frnd a reason for gorng there ARTHUR GILBERTSON wrlls hrs sprrntrng abrlrty to Jo Ann Falada DOUGLAS GLIME wrlls hrs tendency to stay away from grrls to Dennrs Suby Take heed Dennyl GERALDINE GRAFF wrlls all her heartaches and heartbreaks over her men to Kathy Erde DONALD GUDMONSON wrlls hrs out of town frrends to BobB Don t let them get lonesome He never drd NELSON JEWELRY Grfts of drstrnctron Herrlooms of tomorrow 32 , . 1 1 . . 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V . 1 . , . . - - , , . . 1 1 r 11 - . , . . 11 GERALD GUNDERSON w1lls h1s abthty not to let the hghts bother htm to anyone walkmg down Mrll Street MARY JO HANSON w1lls her on agatn off agaxn romances to any poor lonely gal who wants excttement LAYNE HAUGEN leaves h.ts athlenc ab1I1ty to Jan Holland but he mlls Karen to nobody PATRICIA HOSIER w1lls her sparkhng dtamond attractlon to Shtrley L who IS hop1ng she w11l be next HARVEY JOHNSON w1lls h1s beauttful natural curly ha1r to Jane Johnson Don t set 1t too often J UDITH JOHNSON wtlls her fluttertng long eyelashes to Ronnle Levtson Make good use of them Judy always dtd NOREEN JOHNSON wtlls her abthty to keep everybody awake wtth her constant Jabbertng and mteresttng telephone conversauons to Idelle Johnson NORMA KINGLAND wxlls her frtendly laugh and qulet way to Mary Ellen Olson RONALD KLIPPING w1lls h1s beauuful tenor volce to any boy who would hke to serenade h1s g1rl DOROTHY KNUDTSON w1lls her h1gh school slumber part1es to Martlyn Nerb GARY LARSON mlls hts shyness tn class to Becky Beck LOUIS LARSON w1lls h1s Joke tellxng abthty to Gerry Hanna DARLENE LOVIK WIHS her scholastlc record to Nappy Arne DOLLIE LOVIK w1lls her qtuet nature and shy ways to Bobby Rollefson DONNA LOVIK w1lls her neat bookkeeptng work to Vance Gelner It really 1sn t hard Vance It us takes txme and pauence MARY ANN MARTINSON w1lls her love for the North to Laurel Helv1ck JANICE MICHAELSON w1lls her qulet ways to Carol Sunde JERALD MILLER w1lls h1s trustworthy coupe to Denms Suby We hope he ftnds tt large enough for h1s femlntne followmg JEANETTE MITCHELL WIHS her connecttons out of town espectally Belmond to her brother Phllltp JEANNETTE NELSON w1lls her good txmes w1th her frtends at Emmetsburg to anyone who wants a wonderful mme away from home RICHARD NELSON w1lls h1s abthty to make and keep frxends tn Ferttle to Tom Bartleson MARY JANE NESSA w1lls her cherrustry book to anyone who thmks they can pass the course KORINNE OKLAND w1lls her frlendly smtle to all the underclassmen A srrule wtll go a long long way ARLENE OLSON w1lls her qutet ways tn study hall to Myrus Smlth MARIE OLSON wtlls her abxltty to keep qulet tn study hall to Meredtth Stewart who could make good use of ll ALLEN PETERSON w1lls h1s abtltty to leave school wtthout bemg mtssed to LeRoy Kmgland who would hke to some ttme LILA PETERSON w1lls her shortness to Barbara Elde YVONNE RIGGLE w1lls her flve foot stature to For rest Thompson SHARON ROLLEFSON w1lls her ab1lxty to keep her htgh school romances qtuet to Ann Larson BARNETT SCHRANCK w1lls h1s heartbreakmg smxle to the people who would lxke to make frxends and mfluence people SANDRA SKJEIE wxlls the gllttenng stone on her left hand to Karen L tn case she loses hers ZELDA SKOGERBOE wxlls her abtlxty to have fun after basketball games to Pat Hauge JAMES SMITH w1lls hrs studlous way to the sophomore boys who could use some of nt ORLYN STOLL w1lls h1s bashful manner and shy or ts tt sly way mth the g1rls to Jerome Oswald DARRELL SUBY w1lls hxs rheumat1c fever or ts ll romantlc fever to the poor unfortunate ktds who are never 1ll CARMEN SUNDE w1lls all her lost locker keys to anyone who has had just one IhlS year GLORIA SWANSON w1lls her tr1ps South to the Lake to Mr Chne Have fun Str! KENNETH TAYLOR w1lls h1s handsome features and ways wxth glrls to Gary Charlson VIOLET THOMPSON w1lls her ab1l1ty to get along w1th everyone to anyone who seems to be havmg trouble KAREN TWEETEN w1lls her abthty to mfluence men to V1ck1 Anderson JANICE WADDINGHAM leaves her 1nk erad1cator to anyone 1n bookkeeptng class who can t afford thexr own BILL WEIDNER wxlls h1s ab1l1ty to do h1s own Busmess Engltsh to Karen Koto Sue H111 and Margaret Jo Westby CLYDE WILSON w1lls some of hxs hexght to Ronnle Erdman JERRY OLSON w1lls h1s front row seat tn Government class to anyone who can answer the door as he does SHELLER BARBER SHOP "It pays to be well groomed." 33 Y . . . . , . , . . . . l. n . . . v 7 - - - as n - 1 - 1 v - - - - -- . , , , . . . . . . . . . Y. n , . . . . . . - . - , . . . , . 1 . , . J I - 7 - as ru - 0 - as - on . , . . . . . v I I ' . . . U . . ,, . , . . .1 . . . . . - 1 . , . . , . . . . . 0 , . s I - ' v 9 1 - - u iw n n - f . . , , , . . . - . . . . , . . 9 r . - DRODHGC LOUIS LARSON 15 manager of a dog kennel called Notre Dane Blushmg BORG has replaced Arthur Godfrey Wxth htm are Jeanette MITCHELL h1l1 bllly musxclan the LOVIK SISTERS who compose thelr own mus1c and DARRELL SUBY f1l11ngMr Parker s post on the show and bachelor wxse FRANCES and FRANKLIN BIENERT have just celebrated thetr ftfth weddmg anruversary wxth the help of the1r son Rudolph RICHARD NELSON operates Rxck s Hmck Ill Fertlle ORLYN STOLL IS w1th tum, manufacturmg turtle neck sweaters DALE BREDESON IS gtvmg new recrtuts btg sales talks 1n the Natxonal Guards speech helpedl CAROLL CARSON IS head coach at NCIIS Spur and DOUG GLIME at Podunk Center They have stmllar records ne1ther has won a game MARILYN BAKKEN lS clnef shareholder tn the Max Factor Cosmetxc Company WANDA CARLSON through marrlage IS cluef wmdshteld washer at Schmbley s Plulhps 66 Statlon JOHN DUNBAR IS head bouncer at the Duncan Communtty Center DAVID FREDRICKSON has Improved upon Galmleo s theory on the number of the stars JEANNETTE NELSON S perfect man has not come along so she has set up permanent res1dence tn Ernmetsburg BARNEY SCHRANCK has ongtnated the Schranck Glecker School and holds the Nat1onalChamp1onsh1p LILA PETERSON IS enrolled tn Barney s school ARTHUR GILBERTSON and HARRIETT ANDERSON, st1ll slngle work for Northern Lumber Co 1n the Northwest AUDRY GARDNER S experxences tn speech class have landed her tn charge of a Posture School ALLAN GILBERTSON ns buxldmg a sxx lane hxghway from F C to Leland HARVEY JOHNSON IS tendmg II to Slough Mtlls QMore converuent for both to vxslt the nn lawsll CLYDE COLE successful as a dalry farmer IS famous for Cole s Contented Cows GERALDINE GRAFF IS the yodehng cook for the hot lunch students In Forest Ctty Schools PAT HOSIER IS lxvxng wtth her httle sweet potato tn Idaho SHARON ROLLEFSON recently flred by Presldent Elsenhower has taken over AnnSothern s role as Prlvate Secretary on TV BILL WEIDNER lS a busmess execunve who sttll favors a three day work week KENNETH TAYLOR rxch New York playboy wrxtes Boy Dates Gtrl column He has beencourung Judy James formerly known as JUDY JOHNSON, now famous xn the musrc entertaxnment fxeld CATHY BOWER and J ANICE WADDINGHAM own the Wade ln Bow out Dance Studlo 1n Duncan DOROTHY KNUDTSON and her Merry Matds are among Carmen s strong supporters MARY JO HANSON hked St Olaf well enough to stay on as a muslc professor there LAYNE HAUGEN has Just completed a ranch style home for hts famxly whxle attendmg Waldorf ALLEN PETERSON IS known as Sam Speed H1s Hot Rod '7 ahopped up Br1ggs8z Stratton model was lnvented by hrs raclng manager DONALD GUDMONSON SANDRA SKIEIE happtly marrted hves tn Belmond MARIE OLSON lS head matron at the Good Samarttan Home tn Mason Clty CLYDE WILSON a f1ve star general IS head of Lnterplanetary combat KORINNE OKLAND IS 1n Afrtca as a mlsslonary teacher MARY JANE NESSA lS wlth her as a medlcal axde RONALD KLIPPING uses hxs volce well he was named state hog callmg champton recently NORMA KINGLAND IS Commander rn Cluef of the WAVES JERRY MILLER teaches dnver tramlng m nxght school H1s speclalty rs parlung JERRY OLSON thru experxence nn government class IS cluef door tender at Macy s tn New York .TANICE RITTER rs edxtor of the Trl Clty Soclety Column of Ferttle Clear Lake and Forest Ctty VIOLET THOMPSON chosen mother of the year has three cluld ren Herman Henry and l-lxldegard JAMES SMITH IS professor of chemtstry and physxcs at the Umversxty of Southern Callfornxa GLORIA SWANSON has just opened a Reducxng Salon tn Garner KAREN TWEETEN teaches the method of holdtng a pmg pong paddle she IS at the U of Mtldew Tech J ANICE MICHAELSOIN IS a famous beauty operator tn Hollywood her new method IS M1ck s Mangle Method GARY LARSON plays and calls square dances for Rural Youth of lowa YVONNE RIGGLE after worklng at the F C Summltt has become edxtor of the CHRISTIAN HERALD MARY ANN MARTINSON rs on the Volunteer Frre Department she squlrts stale Tastee Freez malts on the f1re ARLENE OLSON has a chatn of motels across U S known as Wmkum Blxnkum and Nod Motels NOREEN JOHNSON ts a DFOSSCUIIHQ attorneym Thrtll em and Kxll em rad1o sertal GERRY GUNDER SON acts as morttcxan He has just pubhshed a book called Stxff on a Slab GENE BUCKLEY won the Ftsh Tale Award He SAYS he shot a ralnbow trout out of the sky SELDA SKOGERBOE rarses breeds and trams horses Her ranch IS the Rougn Rxders Bar 7 FOREST CITY GRIST MILL 34 .. '.. - - 5 . . . . . . . . . . . , , . ,, ,, . . . . . , i . D . ex- CARMEN SUNDE is a lobbyist in Washington, D.C. She is working for a pnce support on eggs. UNDERCLASSMEN X Junlon class CLA SS OFFlCERS W-. Qu z:-'L ' I-un -it il Fil 1 Q f STUDENT COUNCIL R The Junrors elected last fall Harvey Nyhus Thomas Hanna Karen Brown Le Ann Flugum President ....... .... I im HAYES Vice-President ....... Luther Carlson Secretary-Treasurer . . . . .Anne Larson Business Manager ...... Sonya Hanson EPRESENTATIVES Iunrors elected tn May t serve a year s term Thomas Hanna Jim Hayes Bonna Anderson Sonya Hanson CLASS SPONSORS MISS Vanderhoff Mr Nutung MISS Petersen Mr Wtlkrnson JUNIOR C LASS MEETINGS The Iunror Class sold refreshments at football and basketball games In Novem ber they put on therr class play Thrs has ancrally that any Iunror Class has had They spent most of theu money on the Jun ror Senror banquet party and prom and flowers for the Semors for commencement They also decorated for Baccalaureate and Commencement GEORGE S IMPLEMENTS INC Your Minneapolts Mohne Dealer Sales Service Complete Reparr Servtce . . . . O ' o been one of the most successful years, fin- , . ' 1 1 1 I . , , , Jumoms QI qui C TIM ANDERSON AGENCY 37 Veronica Ambroson Bonna Anderson Loralee Anderson Vrckr Anderson Nathan Arne Irene Asherm Carmen Awe Thomas Bartleson Karen Brown Robert Brunsvold R1chard Wayne Buckley Colleen Buren Darlene Carlson Luther Carlson Gary Charlson leo Ed Dunbar Kathleen Erde Nlarrlyn Eymann LeAnn Flugurn Mane Foss Ordean Fredrrckson Lloyd Frowrck Evangelyn Gardner Vrctor Gelner at f B l J MX Eugene George Janice Gilbertson James Grorhe Thomas Hanna Sonya Hanson James Hayes Laurel Helvick Marlin Holcomb Sharon Holcomb Allan Holland Jan Holland Roger Howland Dean Ingebretson Idelle Johnson Tom Johnson Helen Jordahl Carol Klrne Margaret Iackore Karen Langerud Anne Larson Greta Mae mrson Mary Larson Shrrley beegaard Marrlyn LBVISOH Junlons ANDERSON S CLOTHING 38 fr. it vs . . F5 tp.. N U "ge nf I Jumon Shuley Lmdberg Ieanette Lundgren Ardys Moen Elgln Moms Rtchard Nelson Robert Nelson Vuglma Nelson Glor1a Nessa Constance Nxlssen X Harvey Nyhus Wxnmfred O Donnell Mary Ellen Olson Jerome Oswald Marlene Peterson Marlys Peterson Faye Pletcher Dorothy Prescott Charlene Ree Rosemary Remeke Mary Ann Schweuzberger Marrlyn S1ekme1er Dewey Sm1th Dennls Suby Carol Sunde ABBAS EQUIPMENT CO. Your IHC Dealer 39 f 2 I i i if aw 1 ,- ,, ,WA ,wt Q. 5. I ,WV ,Y - I W . . ,I A , 1' . Q l J X Jumotz snaps CZ' , 5 v -'ff Ellen Wrllram Forrest Beverly Darlene Swanson Swanson Thompson Torkelson Woose BANQUET APRIL IN PARIS las YE The reward of our hard work LEFT SIDE Bobby Nelson Karen langerud Tom Bartleson Laurel Helvrck Nathan Arne Sharon Holcomb Mrs 8LMr Ioster RIGHT SIDE Helen Jordahl Eugene George Mary Larson Tom Johnson GretaMaeLarson Wayne Buckley Mrs 84Mr Stoll The class pauses for refreshment after the strenuous A glrmpse through the streamers atthe prom acuvrues rn the htgh school gym We were proud of thrs feat of decoratrng ROBERT PLETCHER Nloxer of Fretght Furnrture Express 40 SODhOmOl26 class President Marshall Bredeson Vice President Alfred Fleld Secretary Treasurer Denms Hanson Hanson Bredeson Field STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES The Sophomores that carried Sophomores elected in May to over from last year serve a year s term Karen Koto Mary Ann McCauley Mary Ann McCauley Donna Lou Peterson Ronald Erdman Ronald Erdman Dennis Hanson Ted Okland CLASS SPONSORS Mr Coon Mrs Brown Mr Fardal Marjorie Hansen Ronald Erdman Marlys Drugg Jerry Valley Jane Johnson Marshall Bredeson Joanlohnson Gary Godden Marcre Iordahl Jim Hanson Marlene Thorson Dennis Hanson HARVEY S GARAGE For any and all reparring See Harvey or Dick at Harvey s Garage v. v J' . X! 4 . ' Y ooufu 0 l If - oonf 5 0 0 I ..... Miss Hendrickson Miss Field , ", Y A I as N" sl sophomone Z far BACK ROW J Dunbar S Casperson L Bartleson G Bowman C Baker R Cole R Erdman THIRD ROW C Dalton J Carlson M Bredeson E Duden D Branstad SECOND ROW L Ambroson B Anderson B Elde P Brxghton J Falada FRONT ROW R Anderson M Drugg K Ambroson E Edwards if BACK ROW: G. Hanna R. Hanson P. Haugen D. Hill L. Foss P. Grorhe THIRD ROW: D. Hanson D. Hagen M. Hanson G. Godden J. Hanson D. Hall. SECOND ROW: G. George E. Graff M. Hanna M. Fox A. Field. FROINT ROW: S. Fjetland I. Kamp M. Hansen. HANSEN HARDWARE W. C. HANSEN 8a SON Store of Quality and Expert Workmanship 42 SODHOITJORGS .,f" BACK ROW P Mttchell K Moen J Hoeft D Hove T Hull L Kmgland R Mlchaelson THIRD ROW K Jacobson Joan Johnson M Mackrxll M Larson K Koto L Leach SECOIND ROW I Johnson Jane Johnson A Howland M Jordahl FRONT ROW M Lackore B Holcomb M McCauley vgkf' J 4-4 BACK ROW J Severson E Monson M Smlth D Stephenson D Nelson W Overhe THIRD ROW D Morem M Paulson G Schaeffer J Valley T Okland R Rollefson SECOND ROW D Peterson M Nez-by M Sveen P Thompson J Nelson N Rlggle FRONT ROW M Thorson M Westby H Peterson M Stewart FORD SERVICE 43 Dzeshm n Presrdent Tom Oswald V1ce Pres1dent Sharon Yepsen Secretary Maren Petersen Treasurer Nancy Kamrsh Oswald Peterson Kamrsh Yepsen STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTA TIVES Becky Beck Paul Oswald MBIIOD Glrme Steve Bungum CLASS SPONSORS Mrss Chrrstlanson Mr Gray Mrss Bovenmyer Iespersen VY BACK ROW S Bungum S Abrahamson H Gorball C Camrall M Abbott M Gronslal B Abra hamson THIRD ROW D Graff E -lppel I Gambell M Glrme S Crrlson S Fredrrc son SECOND ROW D Fredrlckson B Beck M Dunbar B Gambell R Carson M Eenhurs FRONT ROW G Bartleson J Brown K Etzen M Bower DR C B HAYDEN 44 fneshm n C7 H BACK ROW J Nelson L Johnson T N11ssen D Olson C Holland C Levad D Kmgland THIRD ROW M Meyer B Osnes P Hauge M Irvxn N Kamlsh M Monson SECOND ROW G Nelson M lNllkkE1SOI'l R Lev1son J H1nes D H111 C Lanstad FROINT ROW J ORourke E INIIRRSISOTI J Lew1s L Hanson X Q' 5 'Y BACK ROW E Relneke L Wesrerberg P Oswald C Sunde Dav1dSe1lxme1er G Reese J Sorenson THIRD ROW M Peterson Dlane sexkmexer 5 lepsen L Thovson M everson s Ons SECOND ROW K Thompson D Stokke D Severson R Passer FRONT ROW P Sewerson R bchaeffer T Oswald A Stewart HARRISON S 45 UnCGl2ClASS SHAD Sophomores votrng for Stud ent Counctl Renresentauves Vi! Sophomore women wheehng Tom Charles L Harold and Donald S at a Freshman skatmg party Thxs year the blology dass es, after study gra mg detrded to do a lrttlc grafttng of thetr own As aresult we saw qulte a b1t of tree tlturblttt for a week Ill1S sprlng By the wav, dtd tue gtra fts grow, Nlr Nuturxgo To the rtght we have proof of thlsptojettl thexr men to vtctory Hang on Gan and Gaxlord Food follows fun fweren t there any boys fe' at thls D1Cf11C'7, Q Q Is Shakespeare rnterestrng boys'7 lxuss xortanc let the ouys d1cSS up It 5 Uene Davtd and Warren tn case you don t recoqmze ot Sow PURNIITURY 46 mem 5 l 'I Y 4' , Y ,Y , , V ,f' . X ' - - ai - " A n , 4 illg fl- ' 4 , ,".j. S-. ' 4 t- g,Q'7 1 x - 5 1, ' R, . ' Lg . 1 XX A 5, Q . , ,, . . N e .-j.. ' ' Y. ' , gg ' . 3 xx -a W 4 . I I' wx I . l . ' . ' fy Lu 'gf , v I C .. .Y . 1 1 r , 1 I 1 ACT! I annual smtp L- 5 1 SHXROIN ROLLEFSOIN EDITOR SONY X H XINSOIN CO EDITOR ST JFF MEMBERS AIND POSITIOINS Sharon Rollefson Sonya Hanson Caroll Carson Jerry Miller Franklin Bienert Darlene Lovikj Dollie Lovikj Donna Loviky David Fretlrickson Marie Olson Judith Johnson Mary Jo Hansonj Darrell Subyj Douglas Glime Yvonne Riggle Karen Tweeten Jeanette Mitchell Carmen Sunde Harvey Johnson Editor Xssist int Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Photographer QTYDISIS an Q Xrtists Administration Seniors Lnderclassmen Activities Athletics Dramatlcs Music Social Life Features Junior High Commercial Photography -- fr. I 'M""'Sv" 3 MRS BROWN SPONSOR lou see all these people hard at work After the section editors photographers andtypists finishtheir work these people had a triple check Job to do on each page. L Mc Cauley of Russell Studios BACK ROW: Carson, Miller, Bienert, Glime, Fredrickson, Johnson, Suby. SECOND ROW: J. Johnson, Sunde, Tweeten, Olson, Hanson, Darlene Lovik. FRONT ROW: Riggle, Donna Lovik, Rollefson, S. Hanson, Mitchell, Dollie Lovik, HIW.-XY CAFE North on Highway 139 SCENES FROM THE LIFE OF AN ANNUAL STAFF MEMBER , 4 The successful productton of an annual depends upon the work of many people Above left we see two of our typxsts hard at work preparmg copy for the yearbook Upper rrght Donna and Do1l1e are rn the process of the sale of an annual To the left IS our photographer Franklm If your p1cture 1sn t tn th1s book as often as you w1shed blame h1ml To the rtght Buv looks as 1fhe1s really puttmg the pressure on some one Whether lf was the sale of a yearbook or of an ad Buv was the one who had to brmg 1n the money to payfor all these records September 1954 The Annual Staff was named and the fxrst full staff meetxng was held for the purpose of getung some ground work la1d Last year s edttor warned us that we should get to work soon because 1f we dtdn t we would have work plhng up at the end of the year But May was a long txme away and we had plenty of mme to spare Chnstmas t1me 1954 About the only ones who have been at work are the photographers There are f1ve whole Aprtl 1955 Mrs Brown IS telhng us we dont have much tlme left but there IS over a month why hurry '7 9 May 1955 7th hour We are all crammmg around Mrs Brown s desk all askmg quest1ons at once Nutsl Wlsh there wasn t so much work left to do May 22 1955 G1 how we hate to hear that alarm clock r1ng1ng telltng us ll s 6 a m and t1me to be at school workmg on the annual! Senously we hope you wxll enjoy the annual as much as we enjoyed mak1ng ll for you and we hope you won t walt unt1l the last mmute next year but we know you w111I I RUSSELL 8: ORVIN SCHNIBLY Phtlhps 66 SCFVICC Center 49 ' I I I ' l . , . . . . , . . . . I . ' . . . - ' I I . , . . . , . . . I I months left. Let's wait for some of this rush to be over. . . . , . . -- ' O I , Z 1 n - 0 , . . . U . Futura nunses cluB The Future Nurses Club was orgamzed to help gtrls who msh to enter the nursmg profess1on to become acquaxnted wxth the1r future fxeld of work Thls year the gtrls took a trxp to Mercy Hospxtal tn Mason C1ty as one ofthexr fteld trlps They helped w1th mnoculatxons when called upon to do so they ass1sted wxth other tasks s1m1lar to those whtch they w1ll be doxng, when they enter the nursmg profess1on They held regular meenngs 1n the vlsual alds room and often saw fxlms deal mg w1th health OFFICERS Presldent Sonya Hanson Adv1sor Mrs Wtlkxn BACK ROW Jamce Waddmgham Karen Tweeten Geraldlne Graff Joan Johnson Glorta Swan son Patrlcla Hauge Marlys Sveen Marxlyn Stekmeter Sheryl Carlson Sonya Hanson THIRD ROW Noreen Johnson Jeanette Lundgren Jamce Mxchaelson Judy Johnson Vtrguua Nelson Wanda Carlson Pat Hosrer LaVonne Ambroson Karen Thompson SECOND ROW Mrs W11k1n Norma Kxngland Carol Sunde Mar1lynEymann JaneJohnson Rowene Anderson Prtscllla Thomp son Esther Edwards Faye Pletcher FRONT ROW Llla Peterson Mar1lynLev1son Martlyn Lackore Sandra Fjetland Lana Hanson Janet O Rourke Arlowene Stewart I . . . . . . ' Secretary . . .... Carol Sunde 9 n . ' I 1 U . I 9 honotz STIUOEHIIS GOR195354' 'J " vg BACK ROW BRONZE KEY WINNERS Phrlhp M Alfred F Denrus B Davxd H Jan H Ronme E THIRD ROW Kathy E Martlyn N Donna Lou P Bonna A SECOND ROW BRONZE ART KEY WINNERS Carol S Colleen B Sonya H IdelleJ Donna L Anne L FRONT ROW SILVER KEY WINNERS Darlene L Marte O Allan G Caro11C QUALIFICATIONS FOR KEYS BRONZE KEYS Students havehad aBor above average 1n all academ1c subjects for one full year BRONZE ART KEYS Students have had a B or above average m all acadenuc subyects for two full years SILVER KEY Students have had a B or above average 1n all academ1c subjects for three full years IIUTZURG NOITJGITJAKGQS of AITIGRICA EMBLEM MOTTO- TOWARD NEW HORIZONS FLOWER AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSE LITTLE WOMEN CHAPTER MODERN MISS CHAPTER I Presxdent Frances Carlson 'll H I Presrdent Marrlyn Nerby Vlce Pres1dent Kathy E1de N Vxce Presndent Margaret Hanna Secretary Shu-ley Leegaard Secretary Karen Koto Treasurer Sonya Hanson ,,,,, Treasurer Amta Ann Haugen Parhamentarran Carmen Stmde Parhamentarxan Sharon Yepsen Mus1c and Rec Judy Johnson ADVISOR Musxc and Rec Nancy Kam1sh Publxcuy Colleen Buren M1ss Vanderhoff H1stor1an Judy Gambell Hxstorxan Dorothy Knudtson Reporter Susan H111 Chapter Mothers O l: I: I C e Q S Chapter Mothers Mrs Jdmn Hanson Mrs Ruth Sunde Mrs Pete Hansen Mrs Sam Ghme BACK Vanderhoff Erde, Leegaard Han 41411 S... -INN son Carlson FRONT Johnson Buren 51 Yepsen,Kam1sh Gambell H111 Sunde Haugen Koto Nerby Hanna Vanderhoff l Pictured above are Sonya Hanson, chosen as this year's outstanding F.H.A. member, and Frances Carlson, last year's outstanding F,H.A. member. They are holding a plaque upon which their names will be engraved. This plaque hangs above the trophy case in the lower hall. Each girl who wins this honor receives a separate award, such as a cup, or a medal, in addition to having her name engraved in our "hall of fame." CHAPTER MOTHERS IJ FROM LEFT Mrs. Hansen Mrs. Glirne Mrs. Hanson Mrs. Sunde SUMMARY OF THE YEAR This year has been a very enjoyable one for the members of the F.F.A. Our program included: A caroling party A "Sweetheart Follies" A talent Show District Convention A few to State Convention at Des Moines Interesting speakers we heard were: MRS. OSCAR BlMNSTAD,speaking on "Ho1d on to your Ideals MISS GERALDINE KOCH, who showed slides of her travels. MISS MOLLARD, exchange teacher at Waldorf, who spoke on her native New Zealand, MRS. BERNICE WILKIN, who spoke on "Our Responsibility in Married Life." We served an F.F.A. Parent-Son Banquet, and we baked cookies for the people at the County Home, When we de- livered the cookies, we presented a short religious Christmas program. Our intitation ceremony is especially impressive we feel. The picture of our chapter mothers was taken the night of our initiation this spring. It shows a little of the setting for our service. SENIOR MEMBERS OF F.H.A. 1 -6 V7 ' 'N BACK ROW: Mary Jo Hanson, Karen Tweeten, Audry Gardner, Gloria Swanson, Jeannette Nelson, Korinne Okland. SECOND ROW: Judy Johnson, Carmen Sunde, Zelda Skogerboe, Mary Ann Martinson, Dorothy Knudtson. FRONT ROW: Norma Kingland, Frances Carlson, Sharon Rollefson. 52 Borg Klipping Johnson Taylor Stoll Hanna Eldean Borg President Kenneth Taylor Harvey Johnson Secretary Orlyn Stoll Ronald Klipping Reporter Tom Hanna Richard Gray F F A S John I ovang ponsor - .J OFFICERS OF THE PILOT KNOB CHAPTER Vice President Treasurer Sentinel CONTEST HONORS Creed Speaking Tom Oswald Scrapbook Ronald Klipping Treasurer s Book Orlyn Stoll Secretary s Book Harvey Johnson Outstanding Senior Ag student Eldean Borg This year there were fifty six members of the Pilot Knob Chapter baby beef dairy cattle hogs sheep chickens and crops Gold award at District Silver award at Sub State Gold award at District and State Silver award at District Gold award at District DeKalb award ofthe F F A Projects included CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR SEPTEMBER Second Annual Livestock show OCTOBER Third Annual Grain Show Nlational F F. A. Convention in Kansas City attended by 10 boys Kenneth Taylor Orlyn Stoll Richard Nielson Eldean Borg Roger Howland Gary Larson Dennis Hagen Jerry Carlson Harvey Johnson Ronald Klipping. NOVEMBER Co-sponsored Second Annual Egg Show at Auditorium DECEMBER Caroling party with F H A. JANUARY Parent-Son Banquet in hot lunch room served by F. H.A, FEBRUARY: Participated in One Act Plays. MARCH: Sub-District F. F.A. contest held in Forest City. APRIL State convention held at Council Bluffs Fourteen boys from Forest City attended Reporters scrapbook got a gold emblem and chosen to be displayed at the National Distributors Conference in May. Two books were chosen for this state contest. Stanley Hanna received State F F.A President of Iowa and the American Farmer Degree MAY. Went to Titonka to initiate their chapter JUNE Twelve senior boys will be going on the annual F F.A. trip STEVENSON'S VARIETY Everything for Everybody IUNIORS AND SENIORS FOURTH ROW O Stoll K Taylor H Johnson B Brunsvold H Ixyhus F Thompson THIRD ROW G Larson O Frednckson A Peterson J Grothe L Larson SECOIND ROW R Ixelson D Bredeson D Gudmonson R Khppmg V Gelner FIRST ROW E Borg B Swanson T Hanm R Howland FRESHMEN AIxD SOPHOMORES FOURTH ROW R Cole D H111 D Olson S Casperson G Hanna C Levad C Holland E Monson THIRD ROW C Baker L Johnson D Selkmxer D Hagen J Carlson P Grothe M Abbot D Severson SECOND ROW M Paulson M Hanson L Kmgland D Branstad J Hoeft D Kxngland J H1nes FIRST ROW T Oswald J Brown J Severson A Fleld G Iwelson M Bower New 'N 'L 1 X 'fv I1 91C 6835 U V U N3 H ANDERSON BAKERY "Buy It Baked" 55 I I ,- C, 41 . 63 J", ' J , I ' ' Y Ll 5- , I ,A J., ' X 1 . .' .9 4' .:"" ' X I I o ' A n n I Z' A g Q lj-. 6 J Q pm s , ' ' l , ' A 'S .2 Eh wanwhoop Under the able leadership of Frances Carlson, as editor, and Warren ' Overlie, as assistant editor, the staff managed to publish a WARWHOOP each month this year, We were off to a somewhat slow start, due to the fact that Mr. Sekora, who was to have been our faculty sponsor, was unable tobein X school. Miss Christianson stepped in to help us get started, and later in the N year, Mr. Cline took over the supervising. FRANCES CARLSON Editor All of us discovered it took more time and effort to put out our school news sheet than we had realized, but we hope we pleased you with our WARWHOOPS. The members of the staff will long remember that seventh hour home room and all the work we did NOT get done then WARREN OVERI-IE J Waddingham CJ Swanson G Charlson Assistant Editor pl-Oducuon Crew my ODonnell l. Flugum J Gilbertson fNl1SSCl'1l'lSIl21IlSOl'l THIRD ROW s Holcomb H anderson W Carlson C sunde C Graff P Hosier J Ritter M McCaulex SECOND ROW N Kingland N Johnson G :Manson C., Charlson A Olson J Michaelson J Waddingham 5 Hanson FRONT ROW F Carlson N Ewmann W Overlie D Glime F Bienert D L Peterson C Bureen R W STEPHEN ON RealEstate Farm Loans Insurance , O . Q , . Q .E .. R 'F ' . t ' i 4 .L . 1 1 5 , 3 uf f 5 L BACK ROW: Mr, Cline, M. Mackrill, K. Koto, M, Nerby, L. Bartleson, D. Hove, C. Dalton, W. ASSGmBl DROGRAD1 Scotch Duo Shirley Duncan CNo, you're not seeing doublely We had fine assembly programs this year, most of which our photographer, Franklin Bienert, recorded for us. September 16: The Scotch Duo entertained us with songs and dances from their country. They were colorfully dressed in their native costumes, and their keen sense of humor they used to the delight of us all. September 21: Miss Shirley Duncan told us of her colorful experiences when she and a friend toured Australia on bicycles. fOur photographer tried to make us think her friend was with herlj September 29: The Pattersons, an acrobatic father and son duo, performed many athletic feats including hand-walking, juggling, and unicycle riding. October 12: Doc Dougherty fpronounced Doggertyj brought us his puppets which produced many laughs for all. The puppet shown in the picture he had purchased in England and was trying to analyze the material fromwhich it was made--so far without success. October 26: Mr. Melville provided a very educational, as well as entertaining, program for us aboutglass blowing. Items he made were presented to the school and are on display in the trophy case. Our picture shows Allen Gilbertson about to "spin some glass thread." r, n ui 4-113.3 -- -, I, - 1 k:.w4,q. ,V Mr. Patterson Doc Dougherty Mr. Melville 57 FOREST LANES ASSEmBl November 3: Samuel Grothwell gave us avery fine talk on his travels in Japan, Formosa, Korea, China, and Europe. We are sorry-this is one of the pictures our photographer did not get. November 10: This musical quartette, from the University of Minne- sota, entertained us with many numbers from Gilbert and Sullivan: "The King and I," "Kiss Me Kate," and "Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair." November 17 Charles King, colored baritone, thrilled us with his fine voice, He asked Becky Beck and Dennis Suby to join him in one number. He taught the student body to sing"If You Know You're Happy"--a song for us to remember. January 12: Mr. Black presented us an interesting program, bring- ing facts new to us about our earth and its volcanoes, hurricanes, and other disturbances. January 19: The Schmidts came to us and tried to make many feats of physical education seem as easy as pie, but Orlyn Stoll found out it wasn't as easy as it looks--as you can see in the picture on the lower left. February 12: Mr. Hanson, a magician, mystified us with his many tricks and even taught us a few. Marlin Rhine and Dennis Olson from junior high are shown with Mr, Hanson. The Schmidts Mr. Hanson F C CO-OP CREAMERY Corn and Clover Butter--Flav-O-Rich Ioe Cream" 58 ptzoqtzam February 14: An exhibit entitled "America in the Making" was displayed to students who toured by classes. There were over 800 authentic historical papers dating back to before the American Revolution. Some of the out-dated want ads were especially interesting and exciting. March ll: Mr. Plotkin from Israel substituted for Mr. Carrni, also from Israel. He told us many new facts about his native country and about her position in the world today. While in his own country he was a member of the Israeli Intelligence Corps, March 22: Mr. C. J. Albrecht spoke to us while showing a movie of his experiences in the Hudson Bay country. May 2: Mr. Galen Harvey brought us a program entitled "Fun and Music." He was an entertainer :ind humorist, as well as a musi- cian. Our assembly programs have been excellent, and the attendance has been very good this year. These programs are truly agreat privilege for all who attend F.C.H.S. This snapshot of Doug Glime and Eldean Borg was taken while they were singing ahumorous OJ number at the all high school Christmas program. F. C. LOCKER COMPANY 59 Ja 'G gal gi 4 rg L stuoent COUUCII anW'6z I fo 61 E yin ri fo lla . 1 lied' ' of 4 ,reno - . , OV 1155 QQ, . To rl C ll 5' gon F' qles 'hiv rs 5 o QQ! Bea H 1011 V7 5 3' "Q3' V1 lcfe pe YZ Beck ASU. QQ .. E1 A ' v's . , Q! A C -Sw X xan r fb W it 9 ,A sei INNER CIRCLE, Officers f7f20'e,. ,o Ja You ezle A SECOND CIRCLE Q0 Members who served all year. -M OUTER CIRCLE, Top Those who served first part of year only. OUTER CIRCLE, Lower Those serving only an end of year. STENSETH'S MOTOR CO. 60 ACTIVITIES SPONISORED BY STUDENIT COUNCIL Patrolman Burdette Peterson came to our school one day to drscuss safe dr1v1ng Those on the panel d1scuss1on are eft to r1ght Eldean B Tom B Ronald E Marrlyn E Carmen S Douglas G Patrolman Peterson Drd you learn somethmg Tom'P S D Day Panel Mrss Sylvra Mollard spoke to us on New Zealand a pro gram sponsored by the Student Councrl She makes her home 1n Auckland Newlealand and rs anexchange sc1ence teacher at Waldorf on the Fulbrrght Exchange CHRISTMAS PROGRAM AT THE AUDITORIUM Mxss Mollard Cornet solo Carmen Sunde All I Want For Chrrstmas Is My Two Front Teeth Mary Frances Lyons Twas the Nrght Before Chrtstmas ala Nor wegran M1ss Norland Wmter Wonderland and Let It Snow Gxrls TIIO Frosty the Snowman Doug gl Eldean Sax Quartette Jmgle Bells and White Chnstmas Sen1ors of Mtxed Chorus Carol S1ng Student Body A Chrrstmas Message Mr Chne Allan Mary Io Frankhn Audry Mrss Borland Every year at Chrrstmas the Student Councll has worked hard to decorate the halls and classrooms Thrs year they urd not let us down Hats off to the Student Cotmcrl I.h1S year for the splendtd Job they d1d at Chrrstmas ume M Levrson L Haggen I Hayes K Koto 'PW RICK S CAFE 61 Wrth thrs apple we wrsh to say we remember you on Courtesy Day Student Councrl One week was set asrde durtng the year fApr1l 18 235 to show how courteous we could be to the teachers and students The flrst two days or the week the grrls were coarfeous to the boys The thtrd day we showed our courtesy to the teachers The last two days the boys went all out for the grrlsl Here Layne and Eldean show that they too would lrke a good govern ment grade stuoent Council actl me Solvrng the problem at the front door'P You have never had ll so We know when to take advant good Harx ey ' age ofthe grrls don t we Doug'P Poor Nlarrlyn the only grrl rn the class' i' il ul 1, what aga1n'7 PERRY 8t TOTTEN 62 . ' V Y v ' , K 1 ' ' K I ' ' t V . T T y r I t, Q. I , 1 , . M 'Q l Q .r ' r vt ' ' ' ' A , A' .9 - NL, K S F , rd R 'i 1' "l"' ' Student Council at worn U3 , , V ' A, ATHLETICS OUR IIOOTZBAU ARRIORS BACK ROW Ed Dunbar Dewey Smrth Tom Bartleson Jerome Oswald Davrd Fredrrckson Ordean Fredrrckson Gene Buckley Wayne Buckley MIDDLE ROW Coach lyons Jerry Hanna kenny Taylor John Dunbar Forrest Thompson Layne Haugen Franklm Brenerr Doug Glrme 'ourelarson FRONIT ROW Gene George Eldean Borg Carollfarson Jerry Mrller Darrell Quby Fd Duden Dale Bredeson Art Grlbertson KNO! rn the prcture Denms Suby Denms Hanson 5 ING WARRIORS In ACUOR in-.Ml ANDERSON' S IEWELRY 64 HIOR WARRIORS l .- ,.. 0 5 V v qv GLIXIF C.'x?'N0Tl WVU-I'II.I. AUBH IW ,BNP K I ' VI5IiIfiI'55OfI CIO?-.fill I.YO'IX 1 BII'TiI'V'I' ISOVG A' 'W 0 .. i' I 'dr I TZSOTI f3V'CKI.VY .,., J HI! INCH T,-XYIOF? IA!-TSON Hf'kI'GKN BPYIUKSON G S' H MOTOR PART5 WHAT WE DO TO HOMECOMING FOES IIQGS soph IDOIADS Opponents Opponents Osage Belmond Brltt Iworthwood Garner Buffalo Center Lake M11ls cancelled BACK ROW C Lanstad M Bower M INTIRRCISOTI C Baker M Paulson D H111 T Oswald J Ixelson G Iwelson SECOIND ROW P Oswald T Hull T Ixxlssen R Monson M Abbott L Hermanson D Stephenson 5 Casperson L Foss COACH JESPERQEN FRONT ROW G Schaeffer M Bredeson C Levad D Hanson J Dunbar J Hanson R Cole J Carlson REUBEIN S Better Shoes da Clothmg for Entlre FBITHIB 66 OUI2 BASKGIBAII AI2I2l ORS 4 Rh. f Qu-1' BACK ROW M Bredeson I Oswald T Iohnson L Carlson E George Coach Jespersen SECOND ROW L Larson Art Grlbertson R Nelson O Fredrrckson AlG1lbertson FRONT ROW C Carson F Brenert L Haugen D Glrme T Bartleson OPPONENT Garner Charles Crty Buffalo Center Lake Mrlls Brrtt Clear Lake Hampton Northwood Garner OPPONENT Des Motnes Tech Albert Lea Clear Lake Buffalo Center Lake Mrlls Brrtt Northwood Belrnond SECTIONAL Lake Mrlls I2 S SO IITOIAII BACK ROW: Coach Lyons, 1. Nelson, M. Abbott, I. Dunbar, D. Stephenson, S. Bungum. SECOND ROW: D. Hanson, D. Nelson, D. Hill, I. Valley, C. Lanstad. FRONT ROW: T. Oswald, G. Godden, T. Niissen, I. Hanna, J. Hanson. DR, T. J. IRISH 1 I fs vw V, V 391' 'VA-EXHA A 'gas 'L Q ----.-4... n sv 3 . A . ' . l1 W A - Nu- 1 .s Av , ,,, 'Y a 1 , Znwt ,E YE BASGBAU INFIELDERS OUTFIELDERS Art Grlbertson Holcomb A1 Grlbertson Carlson Bartleson Wetdner Taylor Haugen l CATCHER THE BENCH BOOSTERS PITCHER Carson Ghme These players provlded the determlnatxon skxll and burns for a very successful season Forest Cxty ended the season wxth a '7 3 record the best of any recent Forest Ctty team They won the Sectronal tournament but lost to Bancroft 1n the DISIFICI COACH JESPERSEN and h1s GOU Due to conilxcung schedules of events, the golf team was able to enter only one meet at Charles Crty, and due to the pressures of schedules and t1me, we farled to get a pxcture of thxs team. Members of tl'1e team were. TOM BARTLESON, KENNY MOEN, JIM NELSON, and JEROME OSWALD. Mr. Lyons and Mr. Jespersen had lxttle trme after track and baseball events to work wlth these boys, and the boys had httle ume to work, but we salute them for the1r efforts and slnce they are all underclassmen, we hope that thls year's efforts w1ll mean a better future for our golf record. team are to be congratulated PINCKNEY'S DRUGS 71 ,,,,.!'xx zeloa SKOGERBOE - ,2 HOITIGCOTTIIHG QUEEN homeoommo attenoants NIARY JANE NESSA Semor VIOLET THOMPSON ieruor ff' ..n-FW' CARHEN AWE Iuruor ' W'---? MARCE IORDAHL CAROL SUNDE Junror Sophomore MAREN PETERSON Freshman HERB EIDE State Farm Insurance Companies I . if I . r J , 'wwf , r 5 ' 4 'lf the queen Ano h I2 count e I 5' ' ' f IN? pw Q at Q iffy,-. , , Q I ge: Y , Q . , Qi Lt- ' I2 4.-un. ' ff f i f ig Q I E y 1 , 5 I 1: ,, . V g ' f 1 T41 .L A g . M.. .. ..- V ff 2 ' 5 "1 xx " 2 1 ' m Q f 4 I if Q ,t 2 5 . 1 i ' 5 Y I a Q 13 I L v-,, . - 3 f ' I 2 f 2 2- 2 Night time activities 'arejust as much a part of Homecoming as the parade and the game' To the left is our bon fire Below isthe Fridaynight halftime cereii CONIE TO EXRI NIEDRITTQ FEED STORE FOR QUALITY VEEDS AND FERTILIZER BOOQT THE INIDIANS -. r r 1 t f , . u . ' l . l 1- 'J Ni' pnepanatlon pon lcton These are the beauties of our beasts BEAUTY and the BEASTS me D THE VILL T N ,V fmtq , ' r fif i but the beasts can not win all by themselves. So, the student body put h their feelings into floats and-- as can be seen, the beasts of ou.r program are determined not to let them down. t NAI nacK ' DON D. BROWN - Interior and Exterior Decorating 75 M El.lCKuqn in pttzatton ion out2 Btzaves Violet Zelda Thompson Skogerboe Violet and Zelda have served well all through their high school years. As a reward for pepping up our student body, they have won first a megaphone chevron, then a letter, and finally a silver megaphone charm. We appreciate the many hours they have put in as cheerleaders for F.C. H. S. With the loss of ourltighschoolassembly last summer, our cheerleaders has to find a new plan for pep meetings. To the left we have a picture of one of the answers--outdoor pep meetings. On those nice fall days we really liked this plan, but when winter catne, we had another problem. The girls solved this one by using the gymp some of the students lined the gym floor, others stayed in the balcony, and we were still able to tell the team we were yell- ing for them. We even had a few skits "down on the old gym floor". Laurel Gloria llelvick Nessa These junior cheerleaders, metnbers ofthe varsity squad, did their best to instill pep and enthusiasm into a somewhat reluctant student body. Cold or rain were not to deter them. These girls are a definite part of our team's record of success through the years. Wl' NXLI Tl' OUP C'lll'FRLl'ADlliS DANIELSONS SLYPIQR VALU FOOD STORE' D GROUP -msg... C! If ca P1 if .fli- 1 7 .3 1. . 3 " l 1 az... f ROW SIX: M. Drugg, K. Koto, M. McCauley, D. Hove, L. Bartleson, W. Overlie. ROW FIVE: M. Hanna, M. Larson, K. Brown, B. Osnes, C. Sunde, C. Ree, D. Wooge, A. Moen. ROW FOUR: A. Haugen, M. Hansen, E. Mikkelson, G. Bowman, A. Field, D. Branstad. ROW THREE: M. Sween, J. O'Rourke, E Appel, C. Cantrall, K. Etzen, R. Levison, R. Schaeffer, H. Peterson. ROW TWO: P. Severson, M. Peter- son, S. Yepson, M. Glime, J. Gambell, B. Beck, N. Kamish. FRONT ROW: S. Carlson, S. Otis, J. Lewis L. Hanson. The Pep Band, Cheerleaders, and the Pep Club have contributed much to the success of our athletic season. The only qualification for membership in the Pep Club is the desire to be a member. We are very proud of our Pep Band which ranks among the very best in the conference. Below is a picture of the Pep Band at one of our games. Augmenting their number are several alumni, who can't resist getting "in the swing" when they are home for an F.C.H.S. game. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS Maren Peterson Marian Glime Marlys Drugg Karen Koto Sharon Yepsen J udy Gambell F.C.H.S. PEP BAND FOREST THEATRE xxx ORATIONS AND FEASTING ARE PART OF SPORTS MORE BANQUETING qafter homecoming gamej QQ BANQUETING AND fFootba1l banquetj MORE SPEECHES QMI. Lyons, FIRESTOINIE STORE RN SPEECHES AND fRollie Williamsj ' 1 Q 35 A OFFICERS I I Sonya Hanson .... Pkendent ' Marjorie Hansen . . r Carol Sunde . ' .1-A Bovenmyer, S. Hanson, M. Hansen, C. Sunde BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT r ' 'v Miss Bovenmyer . . . . . Point Secretary . . . Secretary Sponsor ' I I THE WINNERS AND DISPUTED CHAMPIONS THE DISPUTERS fRUNNER UPSQ This rs what rs One of Sonya s Erther Karen or known as grace more drfticult feats Sonya rs upsrde down .1 J They fly through the arr twrst and sprn the daring young grrls on the trampoline FEDERATED STORE ,.-f ""'3',h-'-"" -me-'4'-YJ', -52 79 I K - . . . , . . . . .ln 4 4 ,f "' 5- b - x- x. --r' 'if . X ' K R -, . - ,---- .J .M N IN w 1 F 00 , L 1 Q 1 1 4 ABlE BOOIGS IUEAH BSITIGI2 outh Our favorite rascal and our favorite mascot PETE. Cheerleaders played the part of hostess to visiting cheerlead ers at the cheerleading clinic. Davy--Davy Crockett Some people can't lie still for two seconds. They are not flying kites but putting up a pep sign. flu case you can't tell, it's Judy Gambell and Marian Glime, who are' risking their necks to b00SI Our team ly DR . TOM MANGAN I would say without any doubt that this year, in the Athletic Department, has been a magnificent success. We conclude this, not only because we emerged victorious the greater majority of the time, but because our team illustrated to our opponents what teamwork, not only on the field but also right in the school buildings, could do. Nevertheless, we seniors are the first to admit we fell short in several respects. we then pass on to the juniors of 1955 the task of reaching that goal which can be ob- tained only by good hard work, by teamwork, by developing a team spirit about the whole program in the class and on the field. You, then, will have not only a vic- torious team, but the self satisfaction of a job well done. GOOD LUCK SENIORS OF 1956 N x Ulu -2 SENIOR X ., as , -5 , Clixss tt Wu DA " All rnen stink !" -ff-OI4, time out ion omg -.. I 1 blrl Athlete Ltzzte Agnes Carol Howard Carol Joan Carol Gxnger Carol Jeanme Carol Tommy Green Eddte Davts Mr Wrlson Ed Hoffmen Student Dtrector Dtrector Asststant Drrector BUD S RADIO SL TV Niary Ann Marttnson Korrnne Okland Dong Ghme Frances Carlson Audrey Gardner Carmen Sunde Carrol Carson Franklm Blenert Layne Haugen Jerry Mlller Mary Io Hanson Mrss rfutn Norland Mr Kenneth Potter IR TTI ITIBEI2 ITIAITIA f' mov 5369 gall Katrrn Mama Papa Dagmar Chr1st1ne Mr Hyde Nels Aunt Trrna Aunt Srgnd Aunt Jenny Uncle Chrrs Mr Thorke lson Arne Dr Johnson Florence Dana Moorehead Soda Clerk Bell boy Kathy Erde Shrrl J Leegaard Dean lngebretson Anne larson Carol Sunde J1m Hayes Luther Carlson Colleen Buren Connle Nrlssen Idelle Johnson Jerome Oswald Nathan Arne Elg n Moms Wayne Buckley Ellen Swanson Gary Charlson Harvey Nlyhus Frrst Nurse Wrnnefred O Donnell Second Nurse Marrlyn Srekmeler Madelrne Karen Brown Dorothy Schlller Laurel HCIVICR Scrub Woman Margaret Lackore Drrector Mlss Norland Assrstant Drrector Mr Potter Student Dlrector Sonya Hanson Lb AUNT SIGRID Uncle Chrts Arne has always admrred you UNCLE CHRIS I tell you all to get out Except Marta DR, E, W, ALDER CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Q 2 32455 , 5 s . 51,21 g- L , 2 K iid ' Q , 1 W r Q, 1: 3 f 1 '5 13 T , gi, . N 5. . s ' -Y J J 5 A 1 r 1 ' Q 9 i l' ,c ,ax-"' Jessie . . . . . . . . . . . Loralee Anderson x - I ...,....... I SQ B l 'll 4 - 1 Q? l ll 7 2 ' Ei 5 f Kg Q no televlslon tomoht Mr Howard Drck Nelson Mrs Howard Margaret Hanna Delsey 'vlarv Jo Dunbar Bud H Jan Holland L1 a Marllyn Lackore Gordon Paul Oswald Sound Effects Paul Oswald Student D1rector Mar3or1e Hansen EXTRAS Harold Peterson Gary Nelson Ronald Erdman Charles Holland Lyle Johnson Gus Bartlesorx Rrchard Cole Tom Oswald Vance Ambroson Mlke Bower morze Qfeot union U..-...L - . . . . . . . Axunvu unuvvu ' nuuxs . . - . . uvnnxnu xnvunufu HARRIETT , . .Lois Ann Wesrerberg SOPHIE - Esther Edwards MAXINE - Carol Sunde fSrudent Director: Marjorie Hansen, BOWEN' S FOOD CENTER ACTIVITY ONE ACTS ho gets the can tonight 9 Mr Jones Mrs Jones Paul Jones J ack a fr1end Student Dlrector Charles Camral Sandra Marlanne Larson -I-essle Gene Schaeffer Kane Harvey Johnson Ame Beckl' Beck Student D1rector Sponsors F F A F H A Math Department Dxreclor Mrs Helen B rown Carol Khne Phyllls Severson Mary Ann Martmson Ruth Ellen Carson Becky Beck SISTERS UNDER U16 SKID BOHLFN S JEWELRY MASTER WATCH MAKERS 85 - Mary Jones "" ' - ' ' Marv Ellen Olson Maggie. .D . . . . . i . . . . . . Barbara Osnes I P l l NN QPF F C HFS MD w DLR Xl P 5-16 Ihe speeah play renewed a d1v1s1onI ranml 3red1str1cl at Forest Clly and a d1v1s1on ll ranng ln Dlstrlu JI Denmson peach play OGAIH cell Jlm Anderson led Okl md Mrs Xnderson Carr l bunde ,Taller Jerry Mlller Chaplaxn J1IIlll'iXt.,S D1reLtor Nllss Ruth Norl md peach Qnoup 11" X S7 iii '-4nC"W J- w BXClx ROW F Carlson W ODonnell -X F1eld D Branstad D Hove D Ghme M Martmson D Knutson THIRD ROW M155 Norland M Larson W Carlson P Hosler J Haxe T Okland B Dolan Jerrx Mlller SECOND ROW lx Erde M Lackore E Borg G Charlson M Nerby lx hoto B Beck FRONT ROW M MaCaulex C Dillon G Bowman W Overhe lx Okland A Larson BL INGALOW CAFE 86 each :gy Y 00 The government classes leamed something about the Electoral College from Clair Dalton Warren Overlie Manlyn Nerby and Karen Koto tw' CONGRATULATIONS ' To Karen Koto and 'Eldean Borg who recerved Dtusion I ratmgs in the State speech contest at Ottumwa BILLS HIWAY SUPER SERVICE ALL NIGHT SERVICE peech 0 Bowman kai X eglle N F19 Ove' B The Debate Team placed fourth tn the Pre Dtstrtct tontest at Eagle Grove Thexr subject was R solved the Federal Government should tmttae a nouty of free trade among natlons frtendly wtth the U1 tte States The team lost by onlv one po1nt and the team whtch nosel them out went on to wma Ltvtsto I at state DISTRICT COINTEoT On March 2: the speech students went to Demson and brout,ht home ntne D1v1s1on I Rattngs 'ylary Xnne McCauley Ill both humorous an' temporaneous speakma Karen Koto Eldean oorg Jtm Hayes Margaret Lackore Anne Larson Warren Oxerlte and Frances Carlson Tht Ont Act Play Doug Cllmc Dorothy Knudtson and Gaylord Bowman rtcetxed D1y1s1on II rattngs anteoll vxove, Y PIU Pt Wtth Speech work only two years old tt Forest Cnty thts year under the dtrectton of lyltss lxorland an 'slr Potter a 'arae number of students took part at the uegtnntng of the year The ftrst ehmtnatton contest was held February 18 at Brttt but our groups were unable to go due to stormy weather Fortunately the, were allotted to parttctpate tn the next round of COKIICSI work the Pre Dtstrtct contest work the Pre Dtstrtct contest March 10 held at Forest Ctty We were hosts to Brttt Garner Belmond Buffalo Center otCeCe11a of Algona Wotien Tttonka Cyltnder Corwtth and Thompson Wtnntnv Dtvtston l rattntvs at that Pre Dlstrtct con test and gotng on to Dtstrtct at Deruuson were One Act Play Jerry Mtller Ted Okland ,Ttm Hayes and Carol Sunde Humorous Anne Larson Warren Overlte Mary Anne Mc Cauley Dramattc Margaret Lackore Jtm Hayes Interprettve Readtng Karen Koto Extemporaneous speakmg Mary Anne Mc Cauley Gaylord Bowman Radto Speaktng Eldean Borg, Ortatnal Oratory Frances Carlson STATE COINTEST The Dtvtston I wmners frotn Dtstrtct went to the State contest at Ottumwa where they managed to vtn two D1v1s1on I rattngs Eldean oorg anu lxaren Koto Though the one act play was out of competttton the cast and Mtss horlandtnade a trtp to Drale Um VSFSIQ to enter a one act play contest Th y re cetved helpful crtttctsms at that contest We feel that for a new area of t ork our students have done very well tn the forenstcs world thts past year Wtth Mr Potter to help us next year we should really put Forest Ctty tn the speech work Later on tn 11fe such tratntntz, wtll be of great value to anyone getttng xt WAI. 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Q, ' W '-, '11, "aff fxfiif 4 ' A Q " ', ' 4' -V '. ,, , new G ,, ,V ,sl-4' - 'ruff f ' M .fffw-m.. K Q ' ii fx" 11 ,K K ww af! 90 Fuss D D Ban0 0. xx!! fix JJ fx 7 4611 ' X 'V CJJXXX? XA wx? BE H 44 , XP X! x vi gr .X X , 1 1 X ,,, fi rd FN if spd X ELL' STUDIO "Fun Partralrs - anscu caiwera Si fil 4 Bano was to Ames for Veishea on Saturday, May 14. I-9 L-1 1 1, Cnr- : n VGISHGA Our Special band trip this Year LEFT: One of the many floats we saw--many of them we did not see, but those we saw were very impres- sive. READY F.C,H,S, BAND At Ease Before the Parade For our Forward March! BECK TRACTOR COMPANY STANLEY BECK, OWNER Ferguson Tractors, Implements, Parts, Service 91 CGHCGI2 WOODWINU SVCTTON i Flute Karen Twecten Marilyn Levison .! Carol Snnde . gs Sharon Yepsen ' I: Gloria Tiessa I- i, .- B Clarinet .' Frances Carlson Us Warren Overlie 'E Dorothy Prescott Darlene Clarlson Kathy liide Gene wchaeffer Alic lean Howland JoAnn Sorenson Bernice Gatnbcll Eloise Appell fxlaren Peterson Indy Gatnbell Alto Clarinet Patricia llosier Bass Clarinet Carol Kline Sandra Otis Charles, Carmen, Jini ' 'T Qtlzllb " P5 DR, MAX SAFLEY 92 Oboe Anne Larson Harriett Anderson Bassoon Sheryl Carlson Alto Saxophone Allan Gilbertson Mary Jo Hanson Lana Hanson Roger Michaelson Tenor Saxophone Vranklin Bienert Margaret Jo Westby Ba ri tone Sa xophone A-Xudry Gardner BRASS SKCTION Cornet Carmen Sunde Iiin Hayes Charles Cantrall Elgin Morris Mary Ann Alartinson Mary I-'lien Olson BANG Forner fConr.J Barbara Osnes Alfred Held Carl Snnde Steve Bungnm Ted Okland Marvin Abborl Ronald Levison French Horn Evangelyn Gardner Marlys llrugg Marian Glirne Nancy Kamish Marjorie Hansen Sharon Fredrickson Trombone Karen Brown Dallas Nelson Don Hall Marilyn Lackore Lyle Johnson Judy Lewis David Srokke M M THOMPSON AGFNCY Nl 4 f"L EA? 93 Baritone fBass clefj Connie Nilsser. Terry Hull Baritone fTreble Cileh Jerome Oswald Tuba larry Bartlcson David Hove Harold Gorhiill Alike Gronsral JoAnn lialada PFRCUSSION SFCTIO? Snare Drum 'lean lngebrevson Lyle Voss Paul Oswald Harold Peterson Jim Hines Bass Drum Jerome Dunbar Cymbals Mary Jo Mackrill Ty rnpany Marilyn Nerby 2 h I qhllohts VOCAL MUSIC INSTRUMENTAL GROUP Denn1s S Ellen S Ronme K Darrell S Frances C Carol S Vangre G Anne L Mrss Chrrstranson Mr Fardal Members of band and vocal that took part rn Donan Festrval Entertamrng the Drake Band ad N-..A' Denms Hanna Class of 50 IS a member of the Drake Band and IS shown here center lunchmg wtth hrs fellow members change Program For the past few years our band has exchanged con certs wrth Lake Mrlls and Buffalo enter thts year rt was wrth L M and Northwood Thts Swrng band presented several numbers Specral Number on the Nlorthwood Band s when the Lake Nlrlls Band gave 1IS concert Program was thrs vocal tr1o Another was ln Rarest Clty a barrtone solo PE RRY St TOTTEN 94 '-1 ' 4 1 s sit rx' .P -' I - , t 2 N' C 3 ' In THU IC Our comb1ned Chrrstmas program J from e Operetta Layne and hrs talent scouts Anne Serenadrng the lovers Wrnners of Div1s1on I Raungs at State .rf Clyde Larry Buv Denny Connre Layne Harvey Becky Doug Ronrue Darrell Mary Io Harrrett, Carol Carmen Sunde Anne Our Band Festrval Queen 95 155 D it : If -, 'y 'ii' .D tv Scenes ,' ' JH: ' ' lg S L l ' I I Y 4 l th , ,Q l 'T 1 Y v 4' . Q mls' chonus fl . A' , ' -wtf A L. ., 1. Q' , A . BACK ROW Slurley L Martlyn N V1o1etT Pat H Lo1s Ann W Pat B Korxnne O Conme N Mary Ellen O Ellen S THIRD ROW Mary Ann MCC Iyangy K Sharon Y Carmen A Martan G Sheryl C Mary Jo M Wxnmfred O Jaruce R Colleen B SECOND ROW BetkyB KarenT Mary Ann M Carmen S Mary Jo H Harrrett A Marcella J Margaretjo W Frances C FRONT ROW Marv Ann S Carol K Jeannette N Loralee X Karen K Lmda L Karen J Mary L Xnne L BO YS chonus 7 'S B 'XCK ROW Harvey J D3V1d ll Clyde C Lame H Doun S Luther C Carl S THIRD ROW Ted O Kenny T Ronny K Gary C Doug G Denms S SECOIND ROW Geneb Gary L Larry B Dennls B Caroll C Eldean B FRONT ROW Darrell S Alfred F Ronald L Bryan X R unny E HALSOIN DAIRY The plant you helped bu11d Hanson Dalry North Iowa s Fmest 96 : ' ., ., ., ., ., ., ' ., ., n V 'Y ' ., . . ., ., ., ., ., , ., . . . I N , Y -I -9 -D ' ' -1 -1 fr 'I 'D I 'U 'I 'I ' 2 . A ., .4 ., I .g ., t ., ., ' ' ., I . Y , .T I A , , XJ ,Q 'F pb ,. .. . ,, 1- ' ' 'J ' v. 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Pat B Vtolet T Luther C Dave H Ted O Doug, G hen T Harvey J C arl S Lavne Fly e C on K Xlfred F Ron ald L Ronny E Martlyn IN Sheryl C THIRD ROW Mary Ann M Karen T Knrrnne O Lots Inn W Gary C Eldean B Darrell S Caro1lC Larry B Denms B Denms 5 Gene 3 Bryan A KarenJ Jeannette ly JECOND ROW Frames C Wmntfred O Karen K Mary Jo M Que H ahtrley L Carmen S Conme ly Hrarrtett A Mary Jo H Martan C Iyancy K Carmen A Loralee A FRONT ROW Sharon I Margaret Jo W MarceJ Mary Ellen O Ltnda L Becky B Mary -Xnn A Anne L Mary Ann MCC Carol K Colleen B DR EARL SCHAEFFER 97 ODGRETSTSA THE HITHER AIND THITHER OF DANNY DITHER D1rected by Exleen Chrxsuanson H V4 In the offxce of Fa1th Hope and Chanty MAIN CHARACTERS Danny D1ther Ronald Erdman Da1sy Carol Khne Chanty Ellen Swanson Falth Connxe Nxlssen Hope Sh1r1ey Leegaard Mr .T .T Judkxns Carl Sunde Lucas Layne Haugen The Duke Caroll Carson Offxcer O Shaughnessy Kenny Taylor The Organ Grinder Ronny Khpplng Immxgrauon Ch1ef Denms Suby Guard Harvey Johnson Reporter Clyde Cole A fantasy about an angel Danny who comes down to earth to look for good deeds Whlle on earth he has many troubles but 1S helped by Daxsy and her fr1ends In the offlce of the Inst1tut1on of the Re stxtutxon ofDest1tut1on 1n Heaven 98 an DR JAMES NORRIS J Ip T ., , , I . K v ,N ng! Sf ' ' X . 1 ' 7 ' f ' xQ , .. Y ' Q '- I ' ' . ' 9 ...Q QI ' ' ' lui' A ...,...... I I I I I ' - .,.. . .. ' I 5 . . . I .. ..... 72,3 Y' Droopy-.....-.':.........'.....Darre11Suby AY ' ' . J ,' li I ml . RN N I ru ' K ' . T. ' CIAL L Marshall Al and Denn1s . Bxcycle burlt for two? Buv and Sue Our mghtlngale The Saxophone quartet Becky Beck Al Mary Io Audry and Franklm IIIRSI All school DARE SPONSORED BY F H A DATE NOVEMBER 1 MASTER OF CEREMONIES DOUG GLIME Harrcut shaxe or shampoo? The llttle glass bill tells all hm wanted 1 shaxe Doug obllged Colleen predlcts for 11m H A85 W ROOT BEER LEONARD S ARNE PROPRIETOR 100 PARTY SPONSORED BY ANNUAL STAFF make it Keep 'em rolling CN and 359' Miss Petersen and Lyle Foss, S: Nosomex Mary Jo Dunbar and Jerry V. skating pa .'A1'0und and Ar ound and Around W e RUG PARTY SPONSORED BY F,H.A, F "Tell us Where the Good Times Are." Y 1 A , Go, -' iv The More, the Merrier--it looks as if the One for the money.., Two for the show.., boys don't mind. On the bottom: Buv, Buvver and Jerry get Miss Norland to go. Jerome, Dennis. PALACE OF SWEETS SWGGIIDEARIT GAUGE Sweelheam The Uneu Valentine D SW6e rhear SPONSORED BY STUDENT COUNCIL Dance wxth the Dolly wuh the Hole IU her Stockmg 5 "' wmv HW Ofchesrra for s RAYMOND N, PETERSON Machine Shop and Welding Y Candidates 0014 Hop C6n11Gl1l1lAl DANCE Q Contestants in centenmal dress at the dance J Mrtchell Darlene Lovrk Dollre Lovrk Sharon Wollefson Donna bovrk Darrell Suby Kmg and Queen of Centennial R Nelson Senror Dance Rlchard Nelson Jeanette Mrtchell Balloon breakrng Contest These were the last three couples inthe dance rn whrch couples trred to keep others from breakrng the balloon tied around the grrl s ankle Part of the rrtual for every school dance lS the stgnrng rn and rf you leave early stgnrng ou To the nght we have Denms Hanson as a member of the Student Counctl tn charge of the srgn out book 'N Wrnners of Bunny Hop Contest Captarn Jtm Hayes M McCauley Helvrck M Marunson Z Skogerboe and S Leegaard recerved the prrze from Buv Carson Mary Jo Mackrrll srgns the book as Marlys Drugg watches and a couple other pals wart and watch ,7 Thrs rs how we sign rn or out of a dance A KENNETH HANSON REAL ESTATE Insurance Loans l03 ll galbcl' V All .L J J -55 , 2 , A , a at t . ' Lf' 'V I H11 LLL' , cl flvu Xl xx J UAV ' lv 11109-1' 1 uit y X- N .aft H15 'L Q Ln tmlnbi '1' Q H 'Q LLL, , 511 '- '- J,L.LV- A IQ IQQQ 1 iid-Url' 1 Chai: tjhti A VLLth5.L r .11 LP .,,,,,.1 jx LI4 u wk as ee -1,4 A style show was presented in the program. Four of the models are shown above: Left to Right: Donna Lou Peterson, Susan Hill, Pat Brighton, and Karen Koto. Other models not shown: larry Bartleson, Doug Stephenson, and DennisBranstad. Narrator-Mary Ann McCauley. Pianist-Marilyn Nerbv. 4 motzms INSURANCE AGENCY .lhx .fa M ' I n' IFJ:-'?iQ"' Junlon LE MENU Francaise Bifteck Ecraser Pomme de Terre Asperge Cerise Salada - Dressing by Dior Petit Pain et bnrre Avoir Bon Gout Glacee Creme et ecale Cafe et Lait 1 Q --4, Orchestra for Iunior-Senior Prom LEFT TO RIGHT Mrs Albert Olson Anne Larson J1mHaYeS Mrs Van Horn Mr Var1H0rn Allen G1lbertson Kathy E1de M1ss Chrxstlanson HIOI2 BAHQUEI Dl2Om ADO DARE Bxenvenue James Hayes Semor Class Presxdent Allen G1lbertson Gxrls Trxo "' Gu1de For Tourxsts Kexth W Van Horn La Francals Scene Wa1ters and Waxtresses Adteu James Hayes LEFT Mr Van Horn Speaker RIGHT J 1m Hayes Master of Feremomes X K X 'i,.4:Qq..ft' -QL Faculty members as well as the students enjoyed the banquet. OLSON FUNERAL HOME , 1 ' I A I 5 ' Ariiff' 4 5' ' nf V . X .,, -X . X teen.. .fe'5'i' , t',,,..A A A-'fu 1. f f . , . 4 -my webbing Bells 15 WNW 3 7 5' l 'O ' tai. I I D L 1 21 MRS. FRED RENSHOW MRS Sharon Helvlck S I 4 I R! f J 2 . H 5 MRS, JAMES MARSHALL MR Janice Riekena Lf Z.. I' Y X PATRICIA Hosnsa r X I WANDA CARLQN 'VE FEATURES A S1110 3' the puzesent school NILSSEN GIFT NOOK In schools ADO The earliest settlers in the Forest City community saw the need for educating its youth. The first school, presided over by Sarah Beadle, was a small one room structure, which stood on the corner south across from the Library. This school was equipped with a large stove which stood in the center of the room. surrounded by a few walnut benches. Children of the pioneer families of Blowers, Cole, Scott, and Byford attended. F rank Denslow also taught an term in this makeshift building. In 1858 a small brick building was built on a lot in the north part of town, at the corner of O and North 4th Streets. It was soon too small to meet the needs. In 1860 "the big brick" schoolhouse was built near the site of the present water tower. It was a two story structure, constructed of locally made brick. It served as a community center, as well as school. In January, 1872, this building was completely destroyed by fire. Uts bell was later used on the Catholic Church, and now is part of a collection at Timberland Museum.J School was held the rest of that year in the basement of the Barton Store. In February, 1872, the Independent School District of Forest City was formed. Serving on that first Board of Education were: Robert Clark, G. P. Smith, M. Cooper, J. W. Mahoney, David Secor, John Blowers, and W. W. Westbury. In 1873 a new building was erected. It was a three story frame structure, standing in the east center of the present school playgrounds, with two rooms on each of the top floors, and storage space in basement. In 1874 the enrollment was reported as 122. Public commencement exercises were first held in 1890, when under Superintendent B. W. Hoadley the following were graduated from a three year high school course: Edith Larson, W. A. Olson, R. C. Plummer, Edna Mahoney, Albert Anderson, Samuel Johansen, Emma Lunsett, Fred Blennerhassett, John Bakke, and Sylvanus Lewis. In the summer of 1891 this building was torn down to make room for a larger two-story frame structure, providing eight spacious rooms. By 1897 this building was inadequate, and in October, 1897, a new brick building was used by the high school and grammar grades. When the present high school build- ing was completed in 1916, the old frame building was torn down. There have been two additions to this building: on the west the shop and agriculture classrooms and completed in 1953, on the north, the new grade addition. At present 978 pupils attend the Forest City Schools. stuoents NORTH AG FERTILIZER facult an o aom In lstnatlon Sarah Beadle was the first teacher hired for the new prairie settlement which is now Forrest City, ln February, l872, the Forest City Independent School District was formed. The first election was held at the Court House on March 2, lE72, to elect school board members. In May, 1955, The Forest City- Leland Community School District was voted into being: it includes much of the area north of Forest City. THE MINDED SCHOOL BOARD 419553 K. Van Horn I. Westby O. Branstad 1955 I . Jorgenson A, Olson Bowen Brown faoult A 1 I ,f The ficult consists of tzrade 3 Junior high and lu high school Superintendent and Mrs Hoadly teachers rnith Jeswersen Rovang Nuttinq Lxons Cline Fardal Field ewitk Flannegan 1 wether N Weqner Bxro Slattum llfsetke Roch Neil Norland Chrtstianscn Van Horn Entzelhardt Ja tbs Boxenrnxer Hendricrson Howard R Hendriclfstn Noore C oon Boland kettner Rebentisch Ressler nrner Mechaelson Vander hoff Petersen HO Thex were the onli two teachers in high school FARMERS CO OP ELEVNXTOR CENTENNIALLY Y compamsons of a school yean ln 1884 the school year was shortened from 10 months when classes extended into July to tune months Athree year high school course had been set up in 1881 but com menoement exercises were not held until 1890 Requirements for graduation were based entirely upon the ability to pass comprehensive final examinauons Commencement exercises consisted of orations by each member of the class The high school course of study changed to a four year course in 1893 'lx In 1905 the Forest City High School offered the follow ing courses i FIRST YEAR Rhetoric fthe art of using words in read mg or writing Jalgebra Latin physiology civics SECOND YEAR American literature algebra physical geography Caesar and general history THIRD YEAR English history English grammar plane geometry and a choice of two of the following three Cicero German and economics botany FOURTH YEAR Enghsh literature sohd geometry higher arithmetic and a choice of two from Vergil German and physics f""Y -Vx In the spring of 1954 F C students took the same test "X"'N that students had taken 20 years ago in 1934 In 1954 our -f" classes rated higher in general and they also rated htgher in each subject In 1955 the Forest City High School students took Iowa Acadenuc Tests Forest City rated in the upper seven and one half per cent of all the schools of this size taking the tests In 1955 the courses offered by the Forest City Hxgh School were following vocational agriculture I home economics I or industrial arts TENTH GRADE English Il biology world history and a choice of one of the following plane geometry home economics ll vocational agriculture Il drivers educatton Spamsh I or art I ELEVENTH GRADE United States history and English III and a ChOlCe of two of the following typing I shorthand speech Spamshl bookkeeping artl artII vocational agrtculture III mechan1ca1 drawing chemistry solid geometry trigonometry or advanced algebra TWELFTH GRADE Government and a choice of three of the following Business Enghsh commercial law vocational agriculture IV solid geometry trtgonometry or advanced algebra typing I shorthand speech Spanish I bookkeeping art I artll mechanical drawing and chemistry ACTIVITIES in which the students can participate are vocal music band baseball football track Future Homemakers of America Future Farmers of America Girls Athletic Association War Whoop annual dramattcs speech debate Pep Club Future Nurses Club cheerleadmg projectionist and librarian RICHARDSON TIRE 8: BATTERY . . - 1 - , . 5 1x NINTH GRADE: Algebra for basic ITl3d'l,, English I, general science, and a choice of one of the TSRIBUIIG 110 TJGACN I2 The senior class of 1955 pays tribute to two teachers who have served long and well in the Forest City Public Schools and in the community. Last year Miss Flossie Carpenter retired and this year Miss Agnes Jacobs is retiring after faithfully serving in the intermediate and primary levels of teaching. MISS JACOBS Miss Agnes Jacobs is planrung to retire from teach ing this year After completing her high school studies in Forest City Miss Jacobs attended the Umversity of Minnesota for two years She graduated from Miss Wood s Kindergarten Primary Training School in Minneapolis Miss Jacobs taught kindergarten in Forest City but she has also taught first second and fourth grades elsewhere Members of the 1955 graduating class who started school in Forest City had Miss Jacobs as their first teacher Miss Jacobs enjoys traveling and has traveled extensively in the United States and in Europe She has been generous in showing her slides of her visit to Europe and many of us have been privileged to see them M OLSON OIL COMPANY Distributor of D X Products MISS CARPENTUR Miss Flossie Carpenter retired last year 1954 after serving in the Forest City School system for forty one years Miss Carpenter an alumnus of Forest City High School attended Drake Untversity She taught country school for three years and taught in Buffalo Center for three years before coming to Forest City to teach For four Summers she worked in a girls camp 1n New Hamp Shlfe Miss Carpenter taught some of the members of our graduating class fifth grade fractions She is a mem ber of the hospitality committee which is making pre parattons for the Centennial celebration She still serves the school in the capacity of substitute teacher ' 'rf r Q Q 112 class of 1 99 52- X JOSEPH BOMAN After graduation Joseph Boman attend ed Ellsworth Iowa State Teachers College and the University of Iowa He has been superintendent of the following schools Le land Hornick Lamont G11letGrove Appling ton Dows and Churdan He married Ger trude Thompson of Forest City They have two daughters Geraldine now Mrs Harold Baker and Thora Mr Boman is a book keeper at the Forest City Co-op O11 Com- pany. STANDING George Lundberg and Henry George both deceased SEATED John Wheeler and Joseph Boman The fifth boy of the class absent for the picture went to West Point Henry George has a medal won in a declamation contest Joseph Boman was valedxctortan of the 1899 graduates The high school had two teachers ex cluding the superintendent or professor as he was then called There were no sports or athletic activities Competition existed only in the form of essay contests and declamations T511 JOHN WHEELER John Wheeler attended Ellsworth Col lege at Iowa Falls for one semester before he taught school at District No 4 in Mt Valley He taught four months of winter school In 1902 he started farming h married Clara Knobloch ofForest City They have two sons Mike and Harold Mr and Mrs Wheeler 11ve on a farm east of Forest City JENKINS CLEANERS Synthetic Odorless Cleaning class of THEN Al 9 3 O NOW LUCILLE BONAR PITKIN Lucille Bonar married Milo Pitkin of Forest City a few months after graduation Mr and Mrs Pitkin live on a farm south west of Forest City They have three children Sheryll Mrs Ralph Johnson Beverly and Milo Jr Lucille Pitkin is active in Band Mothers and has served as president of that organization. EARL ANDERSON A graduate of Forest City Hxgh Earl Anderson attended Waldorf for two years and the University of Mumesota for two years He then returned to Forest City to work in the Anderson Bakery which he now operates He married Alice Halvorson from Minneapohs they have three children Kay Jerry and David JOHN HANSON John Hanson attended two years of Waldorf followed by two years at the University of Minnesota He returned to Forest City where he operates the Hanson Furmture Store and the Hanson Funeral Home His wife is Ltuse Voss of Sheffield They have three children Mary Jo John and Paul. Mary Jo is a member of the 55 graduating class ELSIE LEWIS OLSON After attending Waldorf for two years EISIBLCWIS taught a cotmtry school for three years She married Lloyd Olson who is the owner of Olson Furmture and the mortician at the Olson Funeral Home They have two daughters Mary Ellen and J onelle ELDER STUDIO QUALITY PHOTOGRAPHY S all class of 1936 THEN NOW No 1930 ava11ab1e N0 1930 p1cture avaxlable MAMIE ANDERSON INEZ BEADLE RUTH BONAR CLYDE BECKER VICTOR CLAUSON BUFORD HALL Buford Hall rs now a Bapust mlmster he has been preachxng 1n Nebraska and Iowa He attended the Northwestern Blble School and Semlnary Buford Hall marr1ed Grace Anderson of Forest Cnty who passed away He IS now marrled to Iweda Fay Aston of Washmgton Iowa SHELDON CANTRALL After graduauon Sheldon Cantrall attended Wal dorf for one year Smce then he has been ID the stat1on and served 1n the Navy Sea Be s He IS now self employed domg plumbmg and heatrng Hrs wxfe IS the former Dorothy Gaskxll of Mason Cnty They have one son Arthur MIKE WHEELER Mxke Wheeler went to Waldorf for two years He farmed w1th h1s father was County Soc1a1 Welfare Drrector and served 1n the Army He marrxed Vera Levad of Forest Crty and they have two chrldren, John and M1chae1 He IS now employed at Anderson s Bakery class of 1905 LCYFTIE COLLEY J AMES ERICKSON ERNEST HANSON LAURA HANSON DAVID LOUGREN FRED MURRISH ARTHUR NELSON SARAH SOGARD AMANDA SHEFLOE JOHN SOALS EYMANN'S IMPLEMENT VERINE WELLS WALTER TEIGEIN ENOCH BOMAN FERN MADSEN Q . . . . z , picture forestry service in the Southwest, operating a filling I . . . ' y x 115 Honest city centennial Headquarters of the Forest Crty Centenmal ,1- CTNXTENINIAL PLANNING COMMITTEE ,,,,uA44444 Q5 58,5 '21 E :N 43 N I 5: t A PUR 6 PS1 cm X ISss 1555 r ,"'vvvv Centennral Seal 'T' BAFk POM P Hansen llarrw Slrfe L Olson J Marun ll Nelson SECONJD ROW A Qtrand Q lllbbS 'W Xlackrrll R Bowen A Jacobs K Van Horn FRONIT ROW J Westby R Srnrrh O orsllnd Crarrrnan B Carter Nl Je son F C IMPROVEMEINT CO H6 v' '4 vvvv 'nv 'Q F, 0' v ,,,, Y :lb H '," :Q iw 1?l!IIIIIIIiIuIIii I' 6 7 ' 41 v1'11 'Q 'VY an I K Q 1 4 ' . Ui i ' rj 3 , 1 Q Q! it 2 l il 2 f if 3 5 ' .1 , ' so ., Q. I 1 1 ,L W -do LL X - J X P l K 4,,,,.r f.. .x Q 1.4 A .Y . . ,r - Y! . , ,' D , . , . I , . . L I . - .. -I. , .. . X , . V ' , . , . . A I - Yr .- , . A , 1 1 . , r . f . school centennial style W 1 wrth hrs goatee mustache Ordean Fred nckson and B111 Wexdner became Brothers of the Brush U5 as you can see On Centennlal Day rn school May 18 stu dents donned Centennlal costumes These krndergarten grrls are wearrng pantaloons and hoops the boys became Uavy Crockett The approprxate costumes were worn byC1yde Authenuc costumes were worn by Cole Jerry Carlson Kenny Taylor Ronme Jaruce Olson Korrnne Okland and Khpprng Mary Ann McCauley Marlys Eugene George Sveen Mar1lvnEymann and Marylo Hanson Some Semor grrls posmg for a plc ture on Centenrual Day A Centenmal gathertng of some of the Senior boys. DR, CHARLES H. POTTER Osteopathrc Physrclan A Centennral fam11y portratt 4 . l , L A i f 1 Z .,,. . I I ,,S.g,, . . school GENES I I u - - 4 M6 Once a year former members of the Pep Band Thls scene which took place every day at 12 40 are 1nv1ted to play wuh the Pep Band at a basketball w1ll always be mcluded rn our high school memories game Thrs prcture was taken when many students The theme of these few rnrnutes seemed to be Push were home from college boys push' Luther Herman son was lnjured rn a car accrdent spent qurte some trme rn the hosprtal before he was able to come to school CASUAlII6S Bryan Abrahamson cut hrs left hand 1n an unfortunate accrdent rn shop He was adjusung the rrp saw when someone turned rt on One casualty not p1ctured was Charles Cantrall who lost the t1ps three fingers rn the planer whrle shop Mav I have you attennon please'? Every day durrng the thrrd hour Mr Cltne made the announcements over the publrc address system P C AUCTION H 8t H PLUMBING St HEATING Sales and Serv1ce H8 i 1 Q - uh 0 H I . D . V . ,A IF, Z9-ff! ..5. ? Q I 1 kw"X. - . . . " I ' ' D" ' of - f ' ' in ' . He O O 'I I H U16 class of 1955 DRGSGHIS ING IHOSI llkEly SUCCEEC the IDOSI IYIIIEHIQEIWTZ Q' the BGSU IOOKIHQ HA the lT1OS11I:l2lGl1Cly fv A ,L 3 IO 'L' , , H ' f V t I ifv,,f.,7 V ? :iv :,,,,. ? 3 2 i M'-1 f I ,I f V lx 'f ' m E C ' UND te '-L ' .Q-51 7? 5 X 'QQ km' , LAYNE HAUGEN ZELDA SKOGERBOE A I 'Qu 4. X 1 ,Q 5'-f-1 , E1 I Q A . 'si' - ' ,, - ' , Q ' KENNETH TAYLOR l I 1 i .. 5 4 4 ,W, A w.,g"v: X K V ,, . OLL CARSON ZELDA SKOGERBOE 11 class of 5-4lI1 55 XLDORF COLLECE Hellxn -ldams Carol Rae Berhoxx V1n1ta Boman Daxrd Brown Ianrce Erde Lors Freld Eldon Hugelon John Johnson Jerry Armstrong 2nd semester Oscar Kugltr lors Larson Duane Oswald Donna Peterson John Peterson D1x1d Quanbeck Douglas Schmrdt Janlce Stokke IOWA STATE COLLEGE Davrd Holland Tom Ir1sh Jerry Armstrong lst quarter Ronald Quayle Eldean Thovson Robert Paulson 2nd semester ARMED FORCES Gerald Chapman Marrnes Eugene Fredrlckson Army Stanford Lunstrum lxaxx John Osbrrnk Naxx Adolph Re1neke Army John Srme Coast Guard CIVIL SERVICE Cln Mlnneapolrsj Sxlxra Bartleson Marrlxn Flugum lx athryn Monson Jean Nessa karen Sheller OTHER JOBS AND WIIEREABOL TS Harxex Baker Sumnnt lyorma Bartleson home Rrchard Bartleson carpentry Forest Crtx Rrchard Carson home Darlene Edvxrn xxaruess Forest Crtx Beverly Fox fMrs lexxrs Sxvalxej Buffalo Center Shlrley Fredrlckson fMrs Frank Smrthj M C John llrll Ey mann Implementfmarrredj Marrlyn Jordahl xx artress Forest C1ty Duane Maalaestad carpenn-y leland Kermrt Moen lumber lnrll Cal1forn1a Ilovd lyelson carpentry Forest Crty Jane Nessa leederated Store Marrlvn Nrelsen Mercy Hospltal M C Delores Peterson Summrt Dor1s Peterson Summrt Shrrley Pletcher home Verna Rasmussen North Ag Beverly Sanqurst Secretary Salvauon Army Donald Schultz Northern Lumber Co Mary Smrth telephone operator M C Phtllrp Thune salesman Mrnneapolrs OTHER COLLEGES Jack Alder Haml1neUn1vers1ty St Paul Kathleen Buren St Teresa xV1nona Dax1d Casperson DeVry Tech Chrcago Margaret Dunbar Northwest College St Paul Suzanne H1ll Unrxersrtx of 'xlrnnesota Jack Koto Elgrn Watchmakrng School Elgrn Ill N1ta Lackore Hanulton School of Commerce M C JoAnn Lexxrs Bethel College St Paul Dor1s Peck P1 zes Beauty School Waterloo Bennre Rrekena S T C Cedar Falls Marvel Rollefson Vocatronal School San Drego Calrfornra Dorothy stenseth Colorado Women s College Denxer Janrce Thompson Arrzonx State College Ilagstaff LSI llf loxxa s Prrze xxmnm IC ISPI Cr 120 7 I W., - ' 1 .' f v 1 - - ' v - vi ' , ' ' v . - ' . V Dorothy Becker - Northwest College, St. Paul - . , J ' - ' , , . - , . V I - . I .A - . . . - . - V , 1 , ' ' - I. . . . . ' D 1 1 1 A K 9 - V ' ' 1 VOIP. " CITY SLTXIR ' " " - ' ' 3' ll x' fp " JuNloR HIGH MISS SEWICK MISS NEIL MR WEGNER PYIHCIDHI 2' MR. SMITH - Coach MISS KOCH IIIWAY MARKET 1 M in H Jumotz hugh music Under the gemal d1rect1on of Mr Slgurd Fardal the Jumor h1gh students made mus1c all year long There was much talent ID evtdence among these people and they were all tramed ready to go to Estherv111e to take part 1n the spring contest but old man weather stepped 1n wxth a storm About sxxty seventh and exghth grade students were bxtterly dxsappoxnted 1n havmg to stay home that day Traxntng rece1ved at thls level not only helps teach one to enjoy mus1c but also helps produce supertor mus1c attamment later tn hxgh School MR FARDAL 'Nl I it 'Q DR E E WORTH F C FLOOR COVERINGS 123 ll ' ll ' . ' . ' ' ' ' IO ll I . U I '1 . A J V 2' fy 'Q ' I : .' ii ' , A A av -1 y . ' ' .. I ' ' X z - ' ' gy! 1 ' ' ' . Q .1 lx ' , U h 0 '- . r". frgwdf Jn. hloh football BACK ROW E Larson A Hettrnbach R Anderson J Mokklestad Elmer Larson I Hanson G Thompson Coach Smrth SECOND ROW R Pletcher T Nessa L Van Oort, M Dunbar A Mrller T Sorenson H Harms J Larson FRONT ROW V Larson B Beck R McCauley D Thompson G Rollefson V Skogen K George W Perry CHEERLEADERS 8th GRADF FOOTBALL RECORD Forest Crty Osage 77' -W Forest Crty Brrtt fx fl N Forest Crtv Buffalo Center flt was a rugged year for our team remember all those 1nJur1es boys" BASGBAH r R Hanson R Klrpprng Q Nelson These are part of the grrls who strrred us up rn our pep meettngs and backed our team boys rn rherr struggles 3 Photographer offers apologres to the baseball boys for the poor prcture but rt shows that many boys were out for baseball When they get rn to hrgh school we are sure they wrll grve 5 hrgh school baseball a shot rn the arm O MACCALLUM PAINTS TASTEE FREEZ 124 ' f W ' o ' 13 A A ', 6 21 .. . ' -5 J. Hill, V. Ba tleson, . , . . . . - Q , . ' S R pl' T 3 Q ' ll l . . . 'J . . ' . . , .'Q. ' A ' sf ,' JR. hlqh BASKEIZBAII ihlly. X as ', 'Af 'iy.?.7V'7Z aa W if BACK ROW: D. Thompson, R. Haugen, D. Tschirki, C. Torkelson, T. Pitkin T Sorenson L. Jefson, Coach Smith. FRONT ROW: L. Van Oort, L. Troman, A. Miller R McCauley I. Iefson. A CHEERLEADERS - 7th GRADE B SKETBALL RECORD , OPPONENTS 29 Joice 48 Lake Mills 35 Clear Lake 20 Buffalo Center 34 Lake Mills 32 Joice ' W 26 Buffalo Center E 1 1 'H A 40 Clear Lake E. Bartleson, S. Gardner, K. Mackrill, C. Mitchell. These are the rest of our girls who tried to fill us with pep to back our team. INDIAN WRESTLING At the left we have a familiar noon hour ' scene - our boys in the preliminary rounds 1 " . 6, of the indian wrestling tournament. V The finals were staged at our picnic, the last week of school. The winners are shown at the right. THE SODA GRILL SMITH S GROCERY ' Q V ' 'll1 BACK ROW M1ss Nell A Hettenback G Geldner J Langerud R Anderson A Larson J Larson L Erdman R Haugen THIRD ROW D Grothe L Jefson J Brones D Johnson R Hanson M Ander son L Hanna A Lmdberg SECOND ROW D Clausen P Hall J Haberkamp L Hanson E Drugg C Graff FRONT ROW L Edwm V Bartleson J Hoyland J H111 B Borg S 'tr BACK ROW G Thompson C Torkelson J Khne J Stephenson S Wexble E Severson S Rueben J Schoolcraft S Olson THIRD ROW M1ss Cook J W11son T Sorenson T Nessa W Perry S Tscherk1 D Swanson A M1l.1er SECOND ROW C Strand M ODonnell J Lynn L Severson M Olson S Nelson D Thompson FRONT ROW D Van Horn R Khppmg A Skjexe M Tweeten W Woo-gre S Jordahl HAGEN L AUNDRY KLOSTER S MARKET 126 fx V BACK ROW T Fox M Dunbar J Eenhuxs P Hagen J Hanson J Anderson B Beck R Fox B Hampel D Cleveland THIRD ROW Mrss SCWICR M Ashe1m S Gardner M Benson M Feldman K Bartleson E Fredrxckson SECOND ROW R Graff E Bartleson J Brones J Bartleson V Gor ball A Etzen C Allen J Green J Appel FRONT ROW S Borg K George D Buckley B Ebough B Beck R Holland K Blame S Borg ivy., I BACK ROW S Van Oort J Moklestad B Lewls K Mackrrll Mr Smxth W P1tk1n H Remeke S Torkleson B Pletcher F Schoolcraft THIRD ROW A Hagen D Scheusner C Mrtchell M Peters J Olson M Johnson K Hove G Srruth R ODonnel.1 FRONT ROW K Tannah1ll P Smrth G Rollef son V Larson R Thompson C Langerud K Stephenson K Thompson DULL S CHAMPLAIN STATION GAMBELL S STORE Frlendly Store . 127 Jn. hloh llf One of the servtces the Jumor lugh boys per form IS that of safety men These boys are just a few of the boys who served so fatth fully all year Mr Wegner dxrects W salute our PATROL BOYS Tratmng for CITIZENSHIP we get rn Jumor h1gh Under Mr Smrth s leadershlp we staged a campatgn made our posters and campatgn speeches and then voted upon a double slate of offrcers for the year Above Sue Wetble casts her ballot The grrls serve tn another capactty they act as LIBRARIANS throughout the year under Mrss Sewrck s leadershrp What a large group tt took to keep us supplted wrth read mg materlals and to keep the matertals rn order As CIUZCHS we have taken our part rn the CENTEN NIAL actrvtties of Forest Ctty These gtrls are only a few of the many who were 1n costume the day the school observed as Centenmal Day and most of our boys were tn costume too At Chnstmas t1me we had an entertaxmng program for whrch we moved to the hrgh school lrbrary The pxcture at the left above shows one number on our program To the rtght above you see us as we were gettmg settled for the program Other events we shall remember tncluded a trtp to Mason City and v1s1tat1on of many tndustrxes there our regular citrzenshrp programs our pep meetrngs held at the noon hour fusuallyj on the days of the games and our ftnal DlCl'11C ROSE ALICE Styles of Dtsttnctron vi . 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A V O I. . . e . . . - I I I v - . , ' . , ,. . ..' r f 2 1 Q ' U I GENERAL ACTIVITIES 47 62 ADMINISTRATION 5 14 Alumru 112 115 Bus Drlvers 13 Centenn1a1 108 111 116 117 Class of 54 120 Cooks 13 D6dlC3I1CI'l 4 Dramatlcs 81 88 Faculty 6 12 14 110 FEATURES 107 120 F F A 54 55 F H A 51 53 Freshmen 44 46 Future Nurses 50 Hxstory 31 32 J amtors 13 JUNIOR HIGH 121 128 J uruors 36 40 MUSIC 89 98 Prophecy 34 School Board 6 110 SENIORS 15 34 Semors In kmdergarten 26 27 Semors Most L1ke1y 119 SOCIAL LIFE 99 106 Sophomores 41 43 Student Councxl 60 62 w11.I 32 33 FACULTY Bovenmyer 11 44 79 110 Brown 1 10 41 48 85 Chr1st1anson 12 44 56 94 105 110 Chne 6 56 110 118 Coon 9 41 110 Fardal 12 41 94 110 117 123 Fleld 9 41 110 Foster 7 40 62 Gray 9 44 54 Hendnckson 7 41 60 110 Jacobs 27 110 112 Jespersen 11 44 65 66 67 71 110 Lyons 11 16 64 65 67 70 71 78 110 Norland 8 16 61 82 83 86 88 101 110 Nuttmg 10 14 36 110 Petersen 8 36 101 110 Potter 7 16 82 83 88 110 Rovang 9 54 110 Stoll 12 40 Vanderhoff 9 36 51 110 Van Horn 6 105 110 116 Wegner 10 110 122 128 Wxlkm 12 50 WIIIQHSOH 8 36 STUDENT DIRECTORY Abbott M19144 55 66 67 93 Abrahamson B 19144 96 97 118 Abrahamson S 191 44 Ambroson K 110142 53 Ambroson, L 110142 50 97 IDOGX Ambroson M 1111 Ambroson Vance 19184 Ambroson Veromca 111137 106 Anderson Betty110142 Anderson Bonna 111136 37 51 53 60 Anderson H 112117 27 56 92 95 96 Anderson L 111137 53 83 96 97 Anderson R 110142 50 53 Anderson V 111137 Appel E 19144 53 77 84 92 97 Arne N 111137 40 83 Ashelm I 111137 53 97 Awe C 111137 53 73 74 75 96 97 Baker C 110142 55 66 Bakken M 112117 Bartleson Gus 1914484 Bartleson L 110142 56 62 77 93 95 96 97 102 104 Bartleson T 111137 40 61 64 67 71 Beck B 19144 53 58 60 61 85 86 95 96 97 100 Benson Ronme 1101 dropped B1enert F 112117 30 48 49 56 64 65 67 68 70 74 82 92 100 102 Borg E 112117 29 30 54 55 59 60 61 62 64 65 70 74 86 87 96 97 Bower C 112117 Bower M 19144 55 66 84 Bowman G 110142 46 77 86 88 Branstad D 110142 51 55 77 86 96 97 104 Bredeson D 112117 55 64 65 74 Bredeson M 110141 42 60 66 67 Bngmon P 110142 96 97 104 Brown J 19144 55 Brown Jolee 1121 dropped Brown K 1111 36 37 53 60 77 83 84 93 100 102 Brunsvold R 111137 55 Buckley G 112117 64 65 70 74 Buckley W 111137 40 64 70 83 Bungum S 19144 60 67 93 Buren C 111137 51 53 56 83 96 97 100 Cantrall C 19144 77 85 92 102 118 Carlson D 111137 53 92 Carlson F 112117 29 30 51 52 56 828692949697 Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson Carson J 110142 55 66 117 111136 37 67 71 83 96 S 19144 50 92 96 97 W 112118 25 50 56 86 106 11211 18 29 30 48 49 516465 6768 70 71 748295 96 97 98 100 101 102 103 119 Carson R 19144 53 85 97 Casperson S 110142 55 66 70 Charlson. G 111137 56 83 86 96 97 Charlson J 1101 Cole C 112118 30 95 96 97 98 117 Cole R 110142 55 66 84 Dalton C 110142 56 86 87 Drugg M 110141 42 53 77 93 103 Duden E 110142 64 Dunbar E 111137 64 70 Dunbar Jer 110142 66 67 93 Dunbar John 112118 64 65 Dtmbar M 19144 53 84 97 101 Dolan B 112125 86 Edwards E 110142 50 53 84 97 Eenhlus M 19144 97 Exde B 110142 Elde K 111137 51 53 83 86 92 105 Erdman R 110141 42 51 60 61 84 96 97 98 Erzen K 19144 77 Eyrnann M 111137 50 53 56 61 117 Falada J 110142 93 F1eId A 110141 42 51 55 77 86 88 93 96 97 100 Fjetland S 110142 50 53 97 Flugum L 111136 37 56 60 102 Foss L 110142 66 93 101 Foss M 111137 Fox M 110142 Fredr1ckson D 112118 30 48 64 65 74 Fredr1ckson Donna 19144 84 97 Fredr1ckson O 111137 55 64 67 70 117 Fredr1ckson S 19144 93 Frowlck L 111137 Gambeu B 19144 53 92 97 Garnbell J 19144 51 53 77 92 100 Gardner A 112118 52 82 92 100 Gardner E 111137 53 94 93 Gelner V 111137 55 George E 111138 40 64 67 117 George G 110142 62 Grlbertson AI 112116 18 27 30 51 57 60 67 69 70 71 92 100 102 105 G11bertson Art 112118 27 57 64 65 67 69 70 71 74 Gllbertson J 111138 56 106 Ghme D 112112 29 30 48 56 59 61 6465676870717482869596 97 100 102 119 Ghrne M 19144 53 60 61 77 93 96 Godden G 110141 42 46 67 96 Gorball H 19144 46 93 Graff D 19144 Graff E 110142 Graff G 112119 50 56 Gronstal M 19144 93 Grothe J 111138 55 100 Grothe P 11014255 Gudmonson D 112119 55 ' 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 I l 1 f I I I ' I B I I I . 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 I ' I ' 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ' 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 I ' I G ' 9 9 9 9 . 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ' 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 I 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 p 9 I I 9 9 9 9 9 ' . 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 I . 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