Forest City High School - Redskin Yearbook (Forest City, IA)
- Class of 1957
Page 1 of 96
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
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And Away We Go'
ublucahon Just For You
Seniors 8. Co.
A great achrevement for anyone to wrn the respect
and admlratron of those w1th whom he IS assocrated
Thrs 1S especrally true 1n the teachmg professron
where the consclenuous rnstructor must help the stu
dent understand that there IS no substrtute for charac
ter The mstructormust hve rt, the student must leam
, and the world must profxt by II
That Mr Sekor exemphfxes th1s tradltxon and we
readrly acknowledge h1s unselfrsh devouon to hrs
chosen professron It IS w1th deep humrhty and res
pect that we dedrcate our 1957 REDSKIN to h1m
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Nilssen goes for another gain
This man won't get far!
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T Lake Mills 13
Jerry Dunbar, Jimmy Hanson
BACK ROW: L. Van Oorr, R. llorrnanson, L.
McClain, E. Larson, C. Gusrafson, T. Sorenson,
H. Harms. SECOND ROW: L. Jefson, J. Gel-
ncr, D. TsC?1rk1,T. Nessa, I. Larson, R. Fletch-
er, D. lsanskc, Mr. Anderson. FIRST ROWg
R. McCauley, J. Teller, lf. Ilclvick, R. Levad,
Nl. Dnnbnr, 1. l,L1l1Sliu', C. Taylor, A. Miller.
BACK ROW: D. Hanson, T. Nilssen, C. Sunde, E. Duden, M. Paul
ROW, R. Lrxad, L. Ionnson, C. Holland, C. Luad, M. Abbott, J
rrall, C. Landsrad, T. Oswald, D. Slapncnson, R. Hanson, J. Hanson
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son, C. Baker, L. Herxnanson, D. Sicklncier, D. Hill. SECOND
Nelson, G. Nelson, T. Hull, Mr. 5IllISWOIIll. FIRST ROW: C. Can-
I. Dunbar, S. Castcrson, G. Sunacffcr, ll. PCIUISOII.
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Qu Lake Mills U 13 Buffalo Center
13 Osage U 3-1 Bolnxond A
1 ' Garner 13 4 Norrllwood
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1957 Homecoming Queen
Miss Marlanne Larson
Marlye Drugg Queen Mary Ann Larson Sue H111
Sue H111 Semor
Marlys Drugg Semor
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JUDY GAMBELL Jumor NANCY KAMISH Jlmlof
JOAN HABERKAMP - Sophomore BEVERLY CARLSON - Freshman
Our Quepn IS crowned
Flowers fror time C0 CHPTHIUQ
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Underclassmen 1n a Regal Settmg
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Grand Prize - Originality - Freshman
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lst Prize - Workmanship - Freshman
2nd Prize - Orginality - Freshman
2nd Prize - Workmanship - Sophomores
Karen Koto IS shown here recervrng a radlo flrst PIIZC rn the local lSpeak for Democracy contest
from Mr Nuttmg JayCee representatrve Second place went to Mary Ann McCauley on the left
On November 5 the Student Councrl sponsored a Mock Electron wrth regulatton ballots and votrng
booths. For your mformatxon, Mr. E. won the electron'
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The Pep Band is noted for its
Jump and Jive as demonstrated at
all of our pep meetings. At the
games, too, they assisted the cheer-
leaders in creating good school
Our twixlers led by Sue Hill did a tremen-
dous job this year. Not only are they an impres-
sive sight, but all of them have won honors in
State twirling competition.
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on Sept 14
"Fundamentals of A to mic Energy" was
the topic of John Butler when he presen-
ted an illustrated lecture Sept 20.
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The Repertory Players from the University of Minn. presented
3 plays on Oct, 1.
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The first assembly of the year was a lecture
India Today It was given bs Col Arnold Maahs
On Sept 19 Mr Wilfred Macheak
lectured the high school or Gun
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Notebooks are due Fnday
Stax out of your
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You can Spll out your
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NIRS. WEIR, Llbrarlan
Mliw KING Home Economtcs
MRN BROWN Mathgmattts
I smell ,num IU thts room
MR COOK Gutdame Instructor
MR HAWK Vocauonal Agrxculture Let H C flmsh HOW,
Th s project ts mcomplete
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All nght' Knock 1IOff' I need a bxg man for a httle tackle'
MRS COON Women s Phys1CalEducat1on
Come over here gms'
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MR. ANDERSON, Coach MR. STITTSWORTH, Coach
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These warm up are for exerybody
The Pep Band 1n acuon
Pracuce made new perfect
Hcrafp, chip, chip. . .
Supermtendznt KEITH W VAIN HORIN PIU H1 CIVAWEH NVNDLUNG
OUR QC HOOL BOARD
My textbook for a sandwrchl
51 Berger OUR ABLE COOK5 Mrs Morley Mrs Soderlmg
Mrs ODonr1ell Mrs Buckley Mrs Awe
A good man that 18 never hard DU Skal 5P15e maten'
fsomeone had just toldhim that
the snow had all melted off
the from sidewalklj
"And do it correctly or I'll keep you after
"This isn't the way
we did it in Chicago!
BACK ROW Mxss Hendnckson G Godden P Oswald L Hermanson C Sunde C Gustafson THIRD
ROW T Okland S Reuben B Osnes D S1ekrne1er, S Nelson T Oswald SECOlND ROW M McCauley
Presrdent Ted Okland Secretar Jane Johnson
Vxce Pres1dent Mary Ann McCauley Treasurer Gary Godden
Luther Carl, J1m and Ted helped put up the tree What
happened? Were the glrls camera shy!'?
Your attenuon SHOULD be focused on Ted 25
but look at those crazy soxlll
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BACK ROW N Huvelen M Hanna B Anderson D Peterson T Oakland W Overhe K. Koto J Ne11
son K. Ambroson J Johnson, SECOND ROW M Thorson X Sk-1216 M Holland L Kamp M Peterson
R. Anderson R. Carson M O Donnell D Morem M McCauley FRONT ROW R. McCauley L Hanson
A Hnunen A Howland D Fr1ckr1ckson C Schoon M Dunbar
BXCK ROW J Bartleson B Anderson G Hanson M Hanna M Anderson L Hanson E Sewerson
Xueble V Bartelson THIRD ROW D Se1krne,er M Peters E Drugs J Olson J Johnson J Johnson
son R. Passer N Coon D Morem, R ,nderson M Olson Q Deland E Edwards FRONT ROM L
Blam K Bartleson N Be.son E Bartelsun L opel L Hanson B Bora C schoon M Lackore
Presldenr sandra Pjetland X ne Presxdent 'x1ar11xn I arkore
Secretar Treasurer Qowene Xnderson Correspondmg Secretarv Vruan Bartleson
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J, Charlson, P, Thompson, L, Ambroson, K, Arnbroson, Mrs, Olson. SECOND ROW: J, Johnson, K. Thomp-
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BACK ROW Left to Rxght. S Fredenckson S Yepsen L Thovson L Westerberg N Srmth M Hanna
M Ghme Mrs Coon SECOND ROW C Shoon M. Petersen D Peterson J LEWIS B Osnes J Gambel,
IN Kanush P Thompson, THIRD ROW B Gambel J Johnson R. Carson ,T Charlson R Anderson J
Falada M Restby FIRST ROW M Enhtus D Fredermckson L Hanson S Fetjland A Haugen M
BACK ROW Left to Rlght D S1ekm1er .T Apple S McEne1ly .T Johnson S Gardner .T Habercamp
J Stephenson J Hale, K, Bartleson, R Sween D Schleusner S Swenson M, Peters FOURTH ROW
,T Bartleson U Bartleson M Benson D Clauson C Langrud J Green M Olson .T Kllne, N Coon
J Baker J Lord R.Kl1pp1ng. NEXT ROW K Carlson, M Ashelm V Gorball, J Johnson M O Donnell,
J Lynn P Hull A Slqele, K, Stephenson A Hagen, A Etzen E Frednckson NEXT ROM J Carlson
B Born G Smtth D Ambroson M Johnson P Smrth M xooee K Blame Mrs Coon
F. H. A.
BACK ROW M Ghme, N Srruth K Koto,M, Larson G Reese M Nerbg M Sveen B Holcomb THIRD
ROW M Hanna B Osnes,S Yepson N Kam1sh M Drugg M Peterson M Westby Mxss Kmg. SECOND
ROW M Lackore, K. Arnbroson D Peterson J' Nellson L Leach R. Carson J Johnson A Haugen
FRONT ROW M Thorson, M Dunbar E Edwards N Rlggle C Schoon L Hanson B Gambel, A How
land M Hanson
Pres1dent Margaret Hanna Secretary Ixorma Rrggle
V1ce Presxdent Esther Edwards Treasurer Marlene Thorson
Adv1sor 1ss Kmg
BACK ROW Ix Hugulen M Anderson S Reuben J Stevenson J Hale S Bowman S We1b1e E Severson,
L Hanson R. Hanson V Bardeson SECOND ROW Mxss Kmg E Drugg K Hanna J Klme S Gardner
L Torkelson K INIHCRFIH.
Pres1dent ,Tackle Stevenson Secretar Shervl Ixelson
V1ce Pres1de.nt Janette Kllne Treasurer V1v1an Bartleson
Xdusor Mlss Kun,
BACK ROW M1ss Kmg Advrsor M Benson M ODonnel1 M Holland J Johnson L Severson K
Bartleson C Langerud B Carlson ,T Green I Appel. THIRD ROW kv Wooge L Hanna V Corball
IL Etzen K Hove M Johnson C Xlm D Ambroson E Fredrxckson P Srruth SECOIxD QOM B Born
R. O Donnell I Johnson A Holtan M Srruth S Borg M A3ShCl1T1 C Strand FRONT ROx S Nelson
J H111 S Leegaard S Borg K Blame ,T Carlson
BACK ROW: Mr. Mason Advisor- K. Koto L, Westeberb W, Overlie D. Hove T,Ok1and M, Larson
K, Mackrill Miss Henderson Advisor. SECOND ROW: M, -N,McCau1ey M. Benson K, Hove B, Berk
C, Schoon L. Hanson M, Johnso 1, FRONT YOV: E. Xppel Q. Born R. McCauley J. .Tefson J, O Roarke
ILNIOQ AND QENIOR MEMBER
BACK ROW P Grothe C Baker D H111 L Johnson S Casperson R. Cole M Hanson FRONT ROW
Mr Hawk J Brown J Severson D Klngland D Hagen R Beckman M Paulson INOT SHOWN E
Monson R. Hanson
OFFICERS OF THE PILOI IN O13 CH 1 FE
Max Paulson Presldent C11 ton Baker lreasnrer
Stephen Casperson V1ce Presldent Lvle Johnson Reporter
Dennis H1 cn Secretarx Ronald Hanson Henund
FRESHMAN -NND SOPHOMOPE MEMBERS
BACK ROW: C, Torkelson T. Fox R Anderson D, Tschirki R, Bowman A Larson A. Miller D,
Flugum, J. Hermanson, R Haugen, SECOND ROW: Mr. Hawk, D. Solomonson, C. Hammit, R. Fox, L.
Charlson, J. Einhnis, C. Taylor, M, Peters. FRONT ROW: D. Moen, D. Torkelson, D. Larson, D, Juel,
J. Gilner, A. Hettenbach, J. Jefson, D. Gronhe, R. Franklin.
BACK ROW lvlr Anderson J H n
son T Oswald I Dunbar Da
las Nelson T lxrllsen G Godden
C Holland FRONT ROW C Land
E Duden D Hanson
Oswald L Bartleson R Cole I
MR ANDERSON COACH
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BACK ROW Mr Strttsworth R Holland C Torkelson E Lar
son M Dunbar T Pltkrn D Juhl J Fauske D Srekrnerer
FIRST ROW J Hanson L Van Oort R Pletcher T Sorenson
I Larson L Iefson D Tschrkr L Erdman
Erdman makrng a fast push shot from the Hanson trres a free throw Others rn the prcture are Erd
rrght corner John Hanson 15 at the rrght of man and Tgchr-kr
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Karen Koro Maman Glnnc
Go! Indians! Go!
VARSITY BliLLEw! THREE CUTIES!
R. Klnpping D, Ntkzicnzsncr
5. Ycpson 4. Nclson
NI, Gliymg 5. Gilfullltf
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BXCK ROW M Johnson D L Pe erson L Westerbexg E Newerson N1 everson R Passer J'
Xrelsen lx. Hanna THIRD ROW ,T ORourke I Lems E Xppel, P Severson M 'Hrorson M. Fox
JECOND ROW ,T Green S Nelson D Fredmckson W Woobe, S Borg Mrs Brown Xdv1sor FRONT
ROW M Hansen K stephenson K Koto M Larson L VanOort C Strand K Blame
Dres de rt Marranne Larson oe re ar Marjor e Hansen
Vue Presnienr Karen Koro Treasurer Larrx VanOorr
13.-ICR ROW: C, Bartleson K Etzen R, Erdman D, Branstad Y , 'V' , 1 v C, Canrrall ID, Ce Q,
5' neffer, RECORD ROW: P, Thompson K, Koo M, ,J b 'r.'es'erber' Nl. Feverson 3. Velo e
F en J, er-.L B, ,PA. ndersun, FRONT QOH: . Een'1z..: I Qeerson ?I,Rir.Q1e J, Rollefson 5,
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Qunde, D Olson, tw Owerlre D tcp 1c1 on T Okland R, McCat1e
Beck, N kannsh M Nerb B Osnes IIIIRDROM J Tjetland
Qewerson, C Rollefson, B Ebx 41 D T1 sle D tokke vw Perr
Sthacffer, X Fteld R, Lcvtson,I kllnvnw lx hoto C trand M
McCan1e bECOND ROW D Van Horn B Bed J O Rourke
McEneL1x R Carson, R, Khpptngm J Iems E ppel P flange
Xwesterberq N Suuth Y Yepscn M Larson xelble 5 Q xrdner
Jacobson J Nerlsen, FRONT ROM Lee 'tard F Fduards
Iloltan, E Fredrrckson M J Dunbar N1 xxestb J sorenson
Brrqhton Xlrs Ro H111 N Mackr1lLQ Carlson I nderson
Bartleson, J I-xlme C 1 s 1 xl e
Chorus events tins ear tntlnded an tt tn om Fest Christmas
on: ert TV appearance, the operetta fm uvake Island sprrnq
ts tale stngtng for Baccalaureate and recenlnc a D1x1s1on Iat
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TOP ROW Thompson D Brundsrad L Godden L MCCI ID ,T Hanson C ande R. Levlso l'
Kllppmg R Mcfanle Mrs Rox SECOND ROW R Holland L Jefson B Ebaueh W Uerr lx Overhc
D Hove F Heluck B Beck ,T Teller K Auhch BOTTOM QOM K ollefson J Moen D Panslae
M Le 1 D Stokke T Sorenson T Okland B Hampel D I3 vile
TOP 'ROME D. Fredrickson L, Hanna C. Hanson J. Sorenson P.Br1g1,hton L. lxesterberg P. Hama
L, Thox son E. .-rppel S. Weible M. Larson I. Stevenson S. Boman M, Clime, M, anderson C, Langer d
M, Nerbj. SECOND QOM: B. Borg A.Ho1ton M. Peterson L. Hanson E. Severson N. Smith S. Yepson
J. Levis J. Rollefson NI. Eenhuis K Koto I. Kline Klacobson J. Nielson C, 'rrand Mrs, Ro,
THIRD ROW: J. Johnson B. Gambell R. Passer M. Feldman M. wesrbg Y,Huge1en R. Klipplng L
Severson S Tie L. Ambroson J, Lynn K, Thompson M,Mackri11 N. Kamish C. Carlson C. Schooi
BOTTOM ROW: S. Nelson I. Hill, M, Dunbar E, Edwards E. Frodricxson D, VanHorn S. McEne11y
B. Becx Carson J, O Roarke L, Edvin B. Osnes ,T.Car5e1l X, Bar leson R. Hansen S. Cardner
Junior Play.. "Dont Take My Penny
CAST o Yepson G Nelson B Beck T O maid C Holland IX Etzen N Bl nf' 1m N1
Ghme C Cantrall C Sunde D Fredrxckson M Peterson J Gamble B Obnc
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BACK ROW J Feller M Cobb A M1l1er D Fauske Pres1dent J Larson C Gustafson T Ixessa
D Gerdes D Loux L Erdman R. Levad SECOND ROW J Haberkamp V Bartleson M Xnderson
R. Hanson L Hanson Boman J Hale IN Hugelen J Brones lx Hanna FIRST RO P Hull M
Hanson L Hanna J Hoyland B Borg D Clauson C Graff J H111 Is. Carlson L Edmn M Holland
Secretar Treas trer E Druff V Bartle on VICE Prestdent
BECK ROW: D, Grothe, D, Tschirki, W. Perry, R. Anderson, J. Langerud, E. Larson, D, E'l1:t::nn,
Hettenback, G, Hermanson, T, Sorenson, C. Hammit, C. Torkelson. THIRD ROW: R Lindbnru, D, Moen
D. Solomonson, R, Haugen, G. Gilner, D. Olson, J. Wilson, G. Thompson, L. Jefson, D, Thoinpson, D.
Swanson. SECOND ROW: J. Johnson, R Klipping, S. Reuben, E. Severson, J. Stephenson, D. Johnson, S.
Weible, J. Kline. I. Lord, L, Severson, J. Rollefson. FRONT ROW: D, VanHorn, J. Lynn, L. Smith
M, Olson, M. O'Donnell, A, Sltjeie, W Wooge, C, Strand, S, Nelson.
BPCIX ROR K XL411Ch B Beck J Eenluus R. Bowman J Xnderson L Chwrbon B Eba 1 11 J Fanslc
D Brnkle ECOND ROM 5 Borg J Bronco B Carlson J Baker lx Bartleson M Feldrmn X
Coon J DDSI M Ben on Q Borg, PRO ROW A Etgen C 1mM sherm E Bartleson D
Xmbroccn I Bartlc on K B1 me ,T Carlson
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DPECIAL HONIORS TO
180 xard low hurdles
Brson Relays Record
120 xard hrgh hurdles
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All Trrne Forest Crtj, Record
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A I L CONFERENCE
Ir dir Years
CO-XCI Ll XC cflllwlxil 1
Football Et Basketb rll
But 0 This An
W ARREN OVERLIE won the
Flrst Pnze 1n the Mld
Amenca Foundauon Essay Contest
GARY GODDEN dlsplaced
fXVlDYl6b21gO Co J
MARIA S DRUGG
Our Band Queen
We Rock An Roll'
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Is mx name thurc'
I Ilnnk 11's son Lthlnv dbOl1I Elsenhoxwnr
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SOILEUIUCS ll was cold' Someunles II was hot!
KAREN AMBROSON Ambro I it
Vocat1on Beauucran his gn
F H A Warwhoop Yearbook W
Future Nurses Club
I lxve for those who love me
LA VONNE AMBROSEN Vonne
Nurses Club Musrc G A A
Never speak sense when nonsense
w1ll answer the purpose as well
BET I Y ANDERSON
Grrls Chorus Future Nurses Club
If you want somethrng done well
you do well to ask Betty
F H A Future Nurses Club Class
Play Warwhoop Yearbook
A brt of SPICE and everythrn
EUGENE A ULICH "G ene
"I take thrngs as they come
CLAYTON BAKER Bake
F.F A , Football, Track
He doesnt go for women, but
even Nxagara falls."
Cho1r Operetta Pep Band March
mg Band Concert warwhoop
Look before you leap
F F A
I know a lot but I can t thxnk of
GAYLORD BOWMAN G1Z
F F A Speech Club Class Play
I agree wtth no man s op1n1on I
have some of my own
DENNIS BRANDSTAD Denny
F F A Chou Boys Chorus Op
eretta Pep Club Yearbook One
Acts Class Play Class Offlcer
They say love makes the world
go round Catch me I m d1ZZy
PATRICIA BRIGHTON Pat
Cholr G1rls Chorus G A A Op
eretta Pep Club
She has more than a sparkle 1n
STEPHEN CASPERSON Casmo
Football F F A Tra k
I tram for athlettcs but doggone
G. A. A.g Future Nurses Clubg Year-
"To be quiet in an efficient way,
is my airn throughout the clay,"
RIC? RD COLE Rich
One Acts Class Plas Track Foot
ball Basketball I F A
A one man crrcus that Rll'1glll'lQ.,
cloesn t control
MARIYD DRUGG Marlx
F ll A Cll6EflS3Cllflg Captarn
P p Club G A A student Coun
crl Pep Cornxnrttee Presrclent Con
cert Marchrng Band
Lrfe rs tustone date after another
EDWIIN DUDEN Ld
'ootball Basketball Track
fl nlan among rncn rs hc but urth
r mon an he would rather bc
JEROME DLNIBAR Ierrx
Football Basketball Track Base
ball Pcp Conccrt Marchrng Band
rue becn 'tcquarntccl xrth ttc
lb HER EDXxARDs
X ocatron Nurse
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Chorus Operettt Une Acts Class
Plax lmrxshoop Yearbook
idx for an t rm xou llglll
rt un or bert 1 t
An ocean of dreams wxthout a
RONALD ERDMAN Dlrdmo
Boys Chorus S t ud e nt Councrl
The harder I try the gooder to be
the worser I am
JOANN FALADA IO
Marchmg Concert Pep Band G
C U A 31'
whoop Class Play Grrls Chorus
Good natured and happy as can
ALFRED FIELD Al
Marchrng Concert Band Chorr
Boys Chorus Operetta Speech F
F A Class Off1cer One Acts
Class Play Yearbook Baseball Pep
Club Speech Club Pep Band
Thmks well acts nobly accom
SANDRA FJETLAND Hoxx
F H A Pep Club One Acts F N
C ,Gxrls Chorus
It's srllx to thmk, lets t R
Football, Track, Baseball, Cholr,
Boys' Chorus, Marchmg, Pep Band
"He shrfted hrs bram 1nto neutral,
but h1s tongue ran on.
Future Teachers Club
The quiet kind whose na t ure
GARY GEORGE Butch
After4 years offaithful service I
GARY GODDEN Butch
Basketball Baseball Choir Boys
Chorus Operetta Student Council
He loves one but which one?
ELIZABETH GRAFF Liz
"Love and a cough cannot be hid."
PAUL GROTHE Red
F.F.A.' One- cts
'An outstanding student-- ut stand-
ing in the hall. ! "
Vocation: Air Force
F.F A 'One-Acts.
"I m not afraid of work I can sit
right down beside it.
Vocatron Publrc Accountant
Concert Marchmg Pep Band
m not bashful you just don
MARGARET HANNA Io
A F N C ne
Acts Pep Club Warwhoop Class
Studles and love make 11fe com
MAPJORIE HANSEN Marge
Club One Acts Class Play Con
cert Marchrng Band Yearbook
It s better to be small and shlne
than to be blg and cast a shadow
Football Basketball Track Base
ball Student Counctl Warwhoop
Gotta get me a date for my Ford
JAMES HANSON Ima
Football Basketball Track
What he wants to get mos out of
school rs lun self
F F A
A bashful boy rn F
a farmer someday
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RONALD HANSON Rod
Football Track F F A
Srgh no more ladles srgh no
ANITA ANN HAUGEN Nrgger
A Choir Gtr
Chorus Operetta Pep Club One
Acts Warwhoop Yearbook
A blush lS nlce but somettmes 1n
PHILIP HAUGEN Haugre
Vocatron Radlo and TV Mechanrc
Some mrght come to school for
play Haugre comes to sleep all
LUTHER HERMANSON Luke
Football Track CTIOII' Boys Cho
rus Student Councrl Class Otftcer
Handsome rs as handsome does
DENNIS HILL Den
Football Basketball Track Chorr
Ixlarrtage IS a great rnstrtutron but
whox antsto lrxe rn an rnstltutron
SUSAN HILL Sue
F H A G A A PepClub C1 II
Grrls Chorus Operetta Marchrng
Band Cheerleader Twrrler War
whoop Yearbook Classlflay
L1ke bravrty she has the power of
BONNA RAE HOLCOMB
F H A
Just a little Miss taken
Choir Boys Chorus Marching Con
cert Pep Band Speech Warwhoop
Yearbook Class Plays
His eyes Sp611IT11SCh16f his smile
spells Hr We all like him hes
one swell guy
ALICE JEAN HOWLAND
F rl A Marching Concert Band
Warwhoop Class Plays
Hairof gold eyes of blue nice to
get along with too
TERRY HULL Terrence
Concert Marching Pep Band Foot
ball Baseball Choir Operetta
You dont have to hang from
tree to be a nut.
KAREN IACOBSON Kay
Vocation: Clerical work
G.A.A.' Pep Club' Choir- Girls
"A likeable girl with a likeable
F.H.A.: G.A.A.: F.N.C.:Gif1S'
Chorus, Choirg Operettag One-Actsg
Warwhoopg Yearbookg Student Coun-
"She looks like an angel, acts like
one too, but you never can tell what
an angel will do!"
A F N C ne
Acts Choir Girls Chorus Oper
etta Warwhoop Yearbook Pep
Sometimes quiet sometimes shy
but the rest of the time Oh my
Future Nurses Club Warwhoop
She has met many known several
liked a few and loved one
LEROY KINGLAND Tub
F F A Class Play One Acts
Ah well LeRoy the first hundred
years are the hardest
F H A Pep Club Pep Committee
Choir Girls Chorus Student Coun
C11 Operetta G A A Cheerlea
der' Speech' F.T.C- Warwhoop-
Marching Band- Speech Club- Class
Plays- One-Acts- Yearbook.
She sighs over many but loves only
F H A.- F.N.C.' Marching- on-
cert Bandg One-Actsg Class Playg
"Always cheerful and content, but
often upon mischief bent."
MARY ANN LARSON "Mari"
Vocation: Clerical Work
F. H. A.: G. A. A.g Choir: Girls'
Chorus: Operettag Pep Clubg One-
Actsg F.T.C.g Yearbook.
"Notaqueen for a day, but a queen
LINDA LEACII "Lindy"
F.H.A.g Choirg Girls' Chorusg Op-
"Her heart's like the moon, there's
a man in it."
MARY IO MACKRILL "Mac"
Vocation: Speech therapist
F.ll.A.gG.A.A,g Concertg March-
ingg Pep Bandg Choirg Girls' Chorusg
Pup Clubg W a rw hoopg Yearbookg
Uperettap F.N.C.g One-Acts: Class
"A girl not after her own heart but
rather a nian's."
MARY AINN MC CAULEY Mack
I A Pep Club Choir Girs
Chorus Operetta atudentCounc11
One Acts Speeci Warwhoop
Yearboo-r Class Plays
She started to sing as she tackled
the thing which couldnt be done
and she did it
Not mam cobwebs in his a ic
K ENTON MOEN Moe
Voc mon Jet Mechanic
llc I inks and tl inks and thinks
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EUGENE NONSON "l.1OI15"
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"',-.Kirk is so xv u- ful, we A ul
saves lift in ra row,"
F N.C.- Girls Chorus- Warwhoop-
Not only good but good for some
DALLAS NELSON Dal
Basketball Track Marchrng Pep
Concert Band Pep Commrttee
Just the kmd of guy you d want a
guy to be
MARILYN NERBY Nerb
GAA FHA PepClub ne
Acts Class Plays Chou Grrls
Chorus Operetta Marchlng Con
cert Band Warwhoop Yearbook
Student Councrl Class Offrcer
What a mathematlcran, she fr
gures tn everythmg
IANETTE NEILSON Janny
Vocatron Clerrcal work
A GA A Grrls Chorus
Choir Operetta Pep Club War
whoop Yearbook F T C
There s a httle bad rn every good
THEODORE OKLAND Ted
Vocatron Forergn Servrce
Concert Marchmg Band Chorr
Boys Chorus One Acts Class Plays
O pe re tt a Warwhoop Pep Club
Yearbook Speech Track Baseball
Class Offrcer Student Councrl Pre
If I can not do great thrngs I can
do small thrngs IH a great way
Concert Marchrng Pep Band Stu
dent Councrl Speech Chorr Boys
Chorus One Acts Class Play
eretta Warwhoop Yearbook Pep
Folks say Im qtute a clown but
you can t keep a good man down'
MAX PAULSON 'Smaxy
Football- F.F A.
' When joy and duty clash let duty
go to smash.
DONNA LOU PETERSON
A F T C C ass
Offlcer Student Councrl Class
Play Warwhoop Yearbook
She loves FCHS but she loves an
HAROLD PETERSON Pete
Concert Marchmg Band Football
Manager One Acts Class Plays
TrackManager Yearbook Pep Club
It 1sn t the srze ofthe battery but
the mettle that makes the vol
ROBERT ROLLEFSON Bob
Track Cho1r One Acts
Ifeltfxnetlus momtng unt11 I woke
Football Basketball Track Base
ball Pep Club Pep Marchrng
Concert Band Cho1r Boys Chorus
One Acts Operetta Class Offrcer
Inslde or out hes a peach ofa
JERRY SEVERSON Jer
F F A Baseball
Im just an old cut up
DOUGLAS STEPHENSON Doug
Pep Club Chorr Operetta Boys
Chorus Track Basketball Football
The mght stoo short the day s too
One may smrle and sm11e and
smrle and yet be ser1ous
F N C G A A Warwhoop Year
A good mmd possesses a kmgdom
FHA FTC Yearook
An rnnocent face but you can
NORMA JEAN RIGGLE
F H A Cholr GIIIS Chorus
She s wrse she s Wllly she s rn
love what a pxty
JERRY VALLEY "Val"
Foo tba llp Basketballg Ba seba llg
Trackg Class Play,
"It's not what you do--It's what you
get away with."
MARGARET JO WESTBY "Margie"
G.A.A.: F.H.A.g Pepg Marchingg
Concert Bandg Choirg Girls' Chorus:
One-Acrsg Class Plays: Pep Clubg
"Full of fun and mischief too, she
likes doing things she shouldn't do! "
fCould Bevy My' My
van ul thex hear Warren s answer'
Always UQ an lntelllgent class
Shakespeare rn the rough
EMERGENL DDP 1'
Look Ma' W Made It'
BACK ROW G George M Paulson B Rollefson P Bartleson D Hove P Haugen D Hall
C Dalton P Muchell D Stephenson
FRONT ROW B Anderson M Larson M MaCkf111 S H111 M Nerby K Koto L Leach
I Nellsen M Hansen
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Beux C Ilenderson
Take ll fron. an old salt .
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And So W Graduated
MR DON REID spoke
SENIOR HONORS WERE BESTOWED ON
Denms Branstdd Marlys Drugg Ted Okland
VALEDICTORIAN CITIZENSHIP AWARD OUTSTANDING BOY
Mary Ann McCauley
Good Fellows Got Together The D1p1omas were
And So Were We 7'
Main characters can be seen in the fore-
ground: Dr. Sparrow, Becky Beck, Dr.
Merganser Warren Overlie It seems the
cause of all the consternatronxsalow flyrng
plane The Smew was frnally captured
But rt doesn t look deserted to me'
liere we see Dr
up the hum'
Merganser Dr Sparrow and the scholars persuadrng Dr Pulfrn Alkreld not to grve
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The x ear 1977, and Washrngton, D C rs man uproar!!! Schoolchrldren have been dtsmtssed
shops have closed and Congress has ad Journed' It seems that someone rs buzzrng the Caprtol rn a
Strato ,T et
The Presrdent has Just announced that due to crrcumstances bevond hrs control fthe aforesard
buzzrng I 5 rnternatronally known Senators members of the Commrttee to Study Peoples Lrves
All Over the World, or more commonly known as the CTSPLAORN are leavrng on a Congressronal
Junket to tour the world rn 80 da s
The streets are deserted No one rs around as the J senators slrnk down to the wharves to
board the Nautrlus All ofasudden out of nowhere rs seen It can t be Is rt a brrd
rs rt a p ant rs rt Superman'7'7'7' No rt s a Strato Jet swooprng down over the heads of the
Congressmen!! What's wrong wrth that p1lot'7 Is he rnsane'? Doesn t he reahze that hundreds and
thousands of rnnocent people could be krlled by hrs reckless drrvrng rncludrng the 5 rnternatronally
Many hours later on the Nautrlus Senator Schaeffer realrzed that he hadn't eaten rn 30 days
Man am I hungry!! he exclarms As he wends hrs way to the poopdeck he gets the Wrllres
Seetng that he s arlrng Chref Cook and Bottle Washer Margaret J'o Westb, rs seen scurryrng down
the gangway screamrng I know what he needs I know what he needs! as she speedrly whrps out
her can opener and prepares htm a good old fashroned home cooked drnner of Canned Spam.
50 mrnutes and 10 000 mrles later the Nautrlus docked at the Crty of lntrrgue Istanbul.
The Senators are rmmedrately taken to the Amerrcan Embassy where they meet the Amerrcan
Ambassador Ted Okland Many of hrs FCHS classmates wrll remember htm as a sedate mrld
mannered quret boy However the Turks refer to hrm as Lrp the Hrp a debonarr devrl may
care eassy gorng guy The Senators soon frnd thrs out to be true as they are shown all the gay
spots of the crty Frrst on the hst of clubs to vrsrt rs a hot httle Jobby called the F Jetland Sand
The Senators were qtuetly srpprng tea at a corner table. All of a sudden a banshee cry was
heard Sandra! It s a rard 1I'S a rard! she hollered Hysterra became the prevalent emotron
as the Turkrsh coppers burst through thedoors led by Davrd Abdul Hove, hauled everyone to the
pokey Also fromSandra s Club they saw one of the Dancmg Grrls Aruta Ann Haugen who has been
rn jarl for three years and strll can't frgure out why
After a rught rn the cltnk, Senator Mary Ann McCauley exclarms Say rt arn t so! Thts just
arn't done to Senators! You'd thrnk they d have more respect!! As many of you wrll remember
she drdn t even pay for her Annual!!!
The 5 narve and rnternatronally known Senators are booted krcked out and declared persona
non grata from Turkey
A prrvate plane, prloted by Casmo formerly Steve Casperson, of lnternatronal Rockets for
Hrre, takes the Congressmen to Port Sard, where they frnd Bobby Rollefson umversally known
Junk dealer who s slogan rs, I Buy for Nothrng I Sell for Plenty!! brddrng on the sunken shrps
rn the Suez Canal. Bob s Ilunkre, who also acts as drver for the outfrt Larry Bartleson rs seen
emergrng from the murky depths wrth a battleshrp on hrs back,
A comment from Larry rs Aw shucks rt s nothrn I I take Carter s Lrttle Lrver Ptlls!
Later rn Mexrco on Mt Pooocatapetl, Gaylord Bowman rs observed attemptrng to teach the
chrldren of Mexrco how to talk therr way out of a wet paper sack. It sure seems hke a flashback
of hrs chermstry days
In case you wonder where your tax money rs gorng rt rs now berng spent rn Indra by the Sena
tors for barhng one of therr partners out of jarl. It seems that Senator Luther Hermanson berng
lonesome for the farms was caught mrlkrng one of the sacred cows of Calcutta Hrs only defense
was Mah frngers was rtchx !!
Much to therr surprrse thev frnd rn front of the Taj Mahal parntrng a masterprece for
Werrd Comrc books Donna Lou Peterson who rs art edrtor for xetrd
Also tn Indra the Senators meet Alvrs Freld the new srngrng sensatron of the Punjab who has
made mrllrons of rupees on hrs captrvatrng vorce and also from endorsrng Contented Camels
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Meanwlule back tn the States Marl s Drugg has been named Hog Calltng Qteen of
Tennessee, Marx J o Mackrtll has been honored by the tttle of Mtss Interpreted because of the
fact that she has the largest toenatls tn the South.
Conttnutng thetr Junket on a Junk, they ftnd themselves neartng the Land of the RlSlI1g Sun
Japan, Durtng the1r stay tn th1s country they run tnto Karen Koto who IS marrted to the Emperor
and also runs a hospttal for people w1th tuberculosts Ifyou remember she was the gtrl that
couldn't go swtmrrung because of her 1ron lung.
As they walk down the streets of Tokyo they see the famous Wtshee Washee Laundrv run by
Rowene Anderson. Her slogan ts You Brmgee ln, We Washee Outl
Leavtng Pr1nce Ratner s yacht the De Juvante they arrtve m Monte Carlo And as the
senatortal party enters oneof the gambltng casmos who shouJ.d appear but Ronny Hanson and Kenny
Moen who were there on leave from Parts and try1ng to break the bank but so far the bank had
broken them, Leavmg the casmo they ran mto a frtend of thetrs from the States Barbara Etde
who IS work1ng as a hat check gtrl. You have to watch her because she hkes to shp them to Jerrv
Valley who runs an tmderground black market hat racket
The Senators were forced to leave Monte Carlo FAST because Senator Warren Overlte
tr1ed to br1be one of the crap game operators and was bamshed from Monte Carlo for good
Meanwlule back tn the States the Strato Jet IS st1ll terror1z1ng Washtngton and we
don't mean Georgtell
Now down tn Jama1ca Senator Marv Ann Larson s1ts all day all mght s1ft1ng sand!
In Jama1ca at the same t1me the rematnder of the party expertence the expertence by loadtng
bananas on a banana boat And you can tmagme how surpr1sed the Congressmen were to see that
the capta1n of the boat was a former classmate Doug Stephenson the second Harry Belafonte
As the banana boat sank slowly tn the Harbor of J'ama1ca everyone on the boat was paralyzed w1th
fear but Phthp Haugen sat calmly and cool headedly wh1le sendmg the last S O S on h1s newly
1mproved water proof radlo But what s that we hear 1n the d1stance" Hot J' azz for Jazz IS Klllg
and Joan Falada IS Oueen w1th her hot httle tuba down tn Cuballl
The Congresstonal Party dectded to travel to Alaska to see what Esktmos are REALLY ltke,
accordtng to Conf1dent1al Magazme. There they saw Marge Hansen sellmg Do It Yourself Totem
Pole Ktts to the Esktmos Bustness 1S gomg UPI she satd Ronnte Erdman lS also dealtng w1th
Esktmos selltng plasttc blocks for tgloos Th.1S way the perrnanency IS assured
Now for an 1nt1mate, 1ns1de look mto the tncubator bustness the 5 Junketeers see Bonna
Holcomb and Norma R1ggle selhng tncubators for seals A very enthustasttc Norma exclatms
Hatchln' Ttme Saves Nmell
To the Belgtan Congo the Senators are now traveltng. Only th1s ttme they go by a Jazzed
up turtle safart
Upon arr1v1ng they saw a clearmg tn the maze of trees In the m1ddle of th1s space about
20 nattves are practtctng s1tt1ng up exerctses At the head of the ltnes, J' 1m and Dazny Hanson were
demonstratmg the exact techmque, They are operattng a school for athlettc tncltned nattves
Under a spreadtng mango tree, a uny small hut was observed Inslde the grass shack, the
Senators saw Pat Brtghton selltng elevated shoes to pygmy men Her company slogan IS 'We Llke
To Get a Rtse Out Of The Nattveslll
In the deepest secuon oftheBe1g1an Congo the Congressmen come across a SI111 for Ktckapoo
Joy Julce owned and rtm by Marlen Hanson A neon stgn atop h1s factory reads Our Beverage
Comes From the Land of Murky Undergrowths
In Spam Betty Anderson has recently broken the record for the number of bulls ever kllled
She Always Gets Her Bulllll
Meanwhtle back on the farm Sue H111 IS seen on her ptg ranch slopptn up the ptgs
There, that ll put curl 1n your ta1l shesays as she tnjects a few drops of Terramycm and stghs
I Get such a sat1sfy1ng feeltng from mv work! The Senators dazedlx agree and contmue on the1r
Now to Norway and LaVonne Ambroson 1S s1ghted She s maktng a fast buck selltng ABC
gum to NOFWCQIBH chtldren The Government ts tmesttgattng the sanltatton of th1s act however
as XBC, stands for L 1E DY BEEN CI LDV!!
ferr Hull has really pu' nts 1ce skattng talent to work He IS not thampton ftoure skater
of the world even though h1S favortte fwure IS st1llG1na Lollobrtfndall
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The Senatorral Party charters a boat to take them out of the fyords and frnd much to therr
surprrse that the boat rs run by Gene Aulrch and Gary George well known Prrates of the Seven
Seas Hrgh on the mast IS seen then' slogan Your Loss ls Our Garn' A startlrng development
has arrsen the Prrates have just rnformed the travelers that the boat 1SH3W3ll bound And how
drd you know my mnermost des1re'? slushes Senator Overlre wrth a gleam rn hrs eye
we do know your rnnermost dream Senator You wanted to rnspect the prneapple plantatrons
of course' snaps Senator Mary Ann Larson holdrng a club over hrs head
In Hawarr the most amazrng thrng rs seen. It s Karen Jacobson and Janette Nerlsen The
' Swrng and Sway Grrls practrcrng therr act for that elastrc stretchv nrght spot The Black
Rubber Band whrch rs run by Dennrs Htll. Featured m hrs nrghtclub rs one of the hottest honkx
tonk pranrsts rn Hawarr She was a former top televrsron star before her Trendex poll ratmg took
a shatterrng crash Known professronally as Mary Lynn classmates of her hrgh school days
wrll remember her as Marrlyn Nerby
On a specral Island set apart from crvrlrzatron, there rs a place known as The Hottest Drag
Strrp Tlus Srde of the Contrnental D1Vld6! Jerry Severson runs thrs crassy racy enterprrse
He decrded he d better get off the hrghway between Forest Crty and Albert Lea b cause rt was too
Russra rs the next country to be rnvestrgated Denrusovrtch Branstadovrk ls the new whrp
swrnger rn the salt mrnes of Srberra Hrs theory rs Old Salt Mrners Never Dre They Just Drg
In Moscow Comrades Jane and Joan Johnson are rakrng rn the dough as heads of the Street
Department of Moscow You can always hear them srngrng You wonder where the drrt all went
when you wash your streets wrth soap and waterlll
The next pornt of rnterest for the Congressmen rs Austraha A very successful enterprrse
has been rnrtrated by Plullrp Mrtchell and Clavton Baker They've become rrch overrught by makrng
purses out of kangaroo pouches The company s trademark reads Your Money s Safe rn Our
Even Dallas Nelson rs gettrng rnto the act, The Senators have approached hrs offrce of busr
ness It has been found that he s been shootmg koala bears wrth a pea shooter Thrs rs rllegal
because Governor Iletha Kamp has declared a pea shortage, The Aborrgrne trrbe a wrld un
crvrlrzed group led by Paul Grothe, has caused the pea shortage because there were no beans left
On a short hop to New Zealand the Senators saw the only couple that marrred out of therr
class They were Ed Duden and Karen Ambroson. Ed's advrce to younger people planrung the
GIANT STEP fwhrch doesn t provrde a college educauon and a forergn toury rs Brunettes are
f better than blondesl Defrnrtelyll
They went even further down under than Austraha Down down they went untrl they
landed head frrst on Antarctrca Senator Mary Ann McCauley crred Land Ho ' bent over em
braced the ground and froze her krsser It doesn t hurt rt Just smarts a lrttle whrmpers Mary
Ann As she gets up she spres Max Paulson approachrng wearrng a parr of outsrze mukluks He
has a package rn hrs hand and says Zoot stuts anyone? They asked hrs busrness and he re
plred he was sellrng these surts to pengurns to keep themselves warm
Max was so excrted to see lus former classmates that he rmmedrately rnvrted the group to
vrsrt hrs home, a reconverted rcebox rn whrte, to match hrs snow garden After stepprng rnsrde
Max rntroduced them to hrs THREE wrves the former Marsha Fox Janrce Charlson and Ahce
Howland of FCHS DAYS But rsn't thrs a httle unusual and ILLEGAL? querred Senator Luther
Hermanson Cwho rs an authorrty on marrrages and how they breakj Maxre agreed that rt WAS a
brt pecul.1ar and could be rllegal, but he exclarmed wrth a sneer Fm the LAW down here! The
three wrfres nodded rn agreement The two ladv senators made a H XSTY departure herdmg the
rest of the party wrth them, The LAM had a twrnkle rn hrs eye panted Senator Mary Ann
Larson Nhrch only meant he was bent on addrng two to hrs collectronl
Vhere to next fellow Senators'7' Senator Schaeffer asked
Wh to the S1 rss Alps of course ' answered Semt ur Oxerlre
So rt was offtoSw1tzerland for adarrng mountarn clrmbrng expedrtron. Halfw1 up the Matter
horn rs heard the sweet, hot sound of a ROCK N ROLL vodeler That famrlrar lx r1c can only be
assocrated wrth Rrchard Rock Me But Don't Roll Me Cole, Ile works now for statron A L P S
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In walked Man s Best Frtend, LeRov St Bernard Kmgland wtth a keg around has neck. Q18
of the Senators asked How s DUSIHESS7'
Oh lgust had a busv da rescutng m self htccoughed St LeRox
Senator Hermanson dtsgustedl exclatmed that he was gettmgttred of the Alps and suggested
they should V1SlI Cluna
All rlght agreed one Congressman, But let s get there really REALLY fast! So the
FIVE Wandertng Amertcans chartered a SLOW BOAT TO-CHINA!!!
Much to the surpr1se of the comrruttee Harold Peterson was the captatn of the vessel. Of
oourse the group was very glad to see Pete and whlle on the voyage spent many a dehrlous hour
remuuscmg about all the trouble they caused the faculty tn FCHS Fmallv after a bortng two
weeks the boat C75 reached 1ts desttnatlon but mstead of bexng 1n Ch1na thev were 1n L1ma
Peru!! It seems the captatn mxsunderstood' Well smce they were m L1ma they dectded to make
the best of II and tnspect the txnmmes And who should they see but none other than Boss Margaret
Hanna w1th a bullwhlp 1n her hand leadlng a group of men down to the mlnes It seems that tn
Peru the women wear the overalls
Smce there was nothmg else to do foran entertarmng pasttmc the U S Congressmen dectded
to see a concert of good old country mus1c the latest htt style ln the Andes As they sat tn an
august century old opera house the curtaln rose and Whoopee Gene Monson and has Chtcken
Pluckers composed of Marlts Sveen Ehmbeth Graff and Donna Morem came gy rattng onto the
stage The audtence went w1ld! Teenage glrls screamed as Whoopee Gene started pla51ng on hrs
harmomca The gtrls tn Whoopee Gene s combo may not be very mustcal but they sure can pluck
chlckens on the rtght beat!! Unfortunately th1s muslc came to an unexpected and abrupt end you
see one of the ch1ckens la1d an egg!!
Dec1d1ng tlus was too much the spend thr1fts hurrled to gay Paree where they saw Don
Hall who was bus11y btuldmg adoghouse Senator Schaeffer asked where the dog was Don sald he
d1dn't have a dog When asked why he was construcung thts 6dlflC6 lf he d1dn t have a dog Don s
reply was I Just got hltched to Marllyn Lackore and you know how she ls!
Of course they had to see the Etffel Tower and whtle adm1r1ng 1ts umque beauty they bumped
1nto Marlene Thorson who lS known as the Cleopatra On The Setne Currently Cleo has TWO
husbands Jerry Dunbar and Denny Hagen. Senator Hermanson AGAIN asked Isn't th1s a ltttle
unusual" Whv no sassed the bew1tclung lady Iknow a chap down 1n Antarcnca t at
LEADS THREE WIVES!!!
Before they knew what was happemng the Senators were shanghaued to Shanghau! Whlle
r1d1ng down the narrow streets of the c1ty Jn a rtckshaw the comrmttee saw a Slgl over a funeral
home that satd We Bury Good Ltke Undertakers Should As the group entered the shop they
were very shocked to see Esther Edwards and Pr1sc11la Thompson, the Best Morttcxans tn the
East cutung up!! Undertaker m Chtef Pr1sc11la commented We're makmg money but thts
lund of professton 1S terrtbly bormg too n anv dead heads! Senator Overhe read about an
amazmg new tnventton 1n Berltn Germany Dr Gary Godden has mvented a new hoop te doo
terr1f shavmg dev1ce! It s a square shaped devlce the S128 ofa human head Dr Godden says
that lI'S l0O'7a effecnve at cuttmg whlskers But hke all great tnvenuons It has one not1ceable
drawback only people wtth square heads can use tt!!
Meanwhtle back tn Hollywood L1nda Leach beautlful star of the mov1e PEACE
AND WAR, was awarded Oscar her husband who was turned over the custody of L1nda by the
coppoes on good behavtor After grabbmg L1nda s autograph the 1nternat1onally known Senators
dectded that thex had better be runmng along,
As the breathless Congressmen arr1ved ll'l Washlngton D C many moments later a newsbox
was seen peeptng from behtnd a corner hes1tant1x then scream out the latest headltne Strato
.Tet STILL BLZZING CITY ON 80TH DAY!!!
Th1s exclamatton was followed by a deafemng concuss1on II was assumed that the plane
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OOFTAN W.. forgot page one
CO EDITORS David Hove
Marx Ann McCauley
BUSINESS MANAGERS Karen Koto
Thar M11 be 33 00 please! But we can t put that one rn'
Twenty drfferent heads twenty drfferent rdeas'
R Anderson B Anderson J Charlson D Morem A Freld
T Okland J Johnson J Johnson P Thompson M Nerbw
S H111 D Branstad K Ambroson M Hansen A Haugen
M Lackore M Mackrrll D Peterson C Schoon M
Thorson M Hanna E Edwards M Westby P Peterson
M Larson J Nellsen
BbaINEoS MA NAGERS
Best tvpewrrter c1rr1er
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As the Senators slowly P1Ck themselves up from the muddy ground who should they spy
but Lyle Foss clrmbmg gmgerly out of the Strato Jet Lyle had only one weak comment I
CAME I SAW I CRASI-IEDM"
Later rn the day the Commtttee reported 1ts f1nd1ngs to Congress Therr comblned OPIHIOD
formed thrs one statement
EGAD WHAT A MESS"
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0 S LUTHER HERMANSON
y STEVE CASPERSON
EST HER ED WA RDS
T ED OKLA ND
Mary Ann Larson
Mary Ann McCauley
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Letter From A Friend
TO THE SENIORS OF 1957:
First, let me congratulate you on graduations, Ihope it remains a wonderful memory for you
in the years to come,
Secondly, thank you for the many lovely cards and letters, they were greatly appreciated.
Forgive me for being so tardy in answering.
If there is one thought I would tuck away in a drawer of your brains and have you ponder on
it at some spare moment, it is the word of the prophet, Micah, "What doth the Lord require of
thee but to do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with thy God."
I am getting along fairly well and when the sun comes out good and hot and all the rain
stops, then recovery will be better yet,
The best of luck to all of you in whatever you choose to do and may our paths cross again in
the near future,
You were a very fine senior class!
Earl J. Sekora
The Forest City-Leland Community High School wishes to thank all those civic-minded people who have
so generously and conscientiously expressed their interest in their young people and in their school. It is
indeed gratifying to students and faculty alike when they know that whathas been done during the school
year may become a permanent thing as recorded in an annual publication. THANK YOU for your help!
A. KENNETH HANSON
ALLIED EQUIPMENT COMPANY
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BOWEN S FOOD CENTER
BOWMAN S SINCLAIR SALES SL
COAST TO COAST STORE
CLAUSON S MARKET
CARL T SUNDE, AGENCY
C A POTTER
DANIELSON SUPER VALUE
DUDLEY WEIBLE ATTY
E W ALDER
EUGENE MORRIS INSURANCE AGENCY
ELLIOT E COOPER
BANK AND TRUST
FORESTER BEAUTY SHOP
FLUGUM RADIO SERVICE
FARMERS CO OPERATIVE ELEVATO
GUNDERSON S GROCERY
G AND H MOTOR PARTS
GEORGE S IMPLEMENT
GJELLEFALD ASSOCIATES INC
HANSON S FURNITURE
HANSON S CLOTHING
HARRISON S VARIETY STORE
HI WAY MARKET
H R WILSON OPTOMETRIST
H N ANDERSON JEWELER
A. J. HILL
J. AND V. BOOKKEEPING SERVICE
I T MANGAN
KOTO RADIO AND TV
LYNN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
M 81N MOTORS
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NORTHERN LUMBER COMPANY
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PETERSON AND SON STAINDARD SERVICE
REUBEN S DEPARTMENT STORE
ROSE ALICE SHOP
RICHARDSON S TIRE SHOP
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RAYMOND N PETERSON
SHELLER BARBER SHOP
STEVENSON S VARIETY STORE
SID S JEWELRY
STOKKE PIANO TUNING
THORSON THORSON -XND MADSON
WHITEIS AUTO COMPANY
WINNEBAGO COUINTY ABST RACT
WINNEBAGO MOTORE INC
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IIN ALL M-XTTERS PLAYED A GREAT PART IN MAKING THE REDSKIIX IOR lib: A RE-'XLITYI THANKS
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