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

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SW sri , gufudwnm bywf-wfl QIILM gmmrbm mfg?-Swv R9 , f ,eww f - Mu QA - me M :www M UE' THE ANNUAL STAFF PRESENTS THE 1958 REDSKIN 1958 E11 C0 EDITORS WE DEDICATE . . . S-4' 253' To Mr Thorshelm who has glven so freely and generously of tus nme ID makmg each Redskm a success we respectfully dedlcate this 1958 volume of the Redskm. M1 f-C'fZe1wf'1fffZd1fQ,fffA.J f-ifk f,Xf1,,,,v74,f 'fre-X4-fVff42-HM 70N mifffbw lm! AW WM fbwfejfx .offffi 1 rp., SWK' if ff Qlumfqfqf W Www wwe QM! j Wi Zi ,J MM X 411664 X Qflvavvwdgj MQ! M . 5' 4 I Q , qi-:, - W ' - gs A A . "inf JM" f. ,..,'2. Vi' , M, 1 .H , Q ,, -,gg , 'E fs ,f ' . j :.2 : 3 W ,Q ' - V c A , , ,, VNU kj-3 ,,f. 1 V., VA gi .. ,Y .V A .. . ' 'iii-5 ' " '1 U- W A. .5 l h I L Wy, . ..L.,'.13 '-Zvi' ,, ' 4 . f I '- ' 4 A t.: V .- .' I 1-U., , , , is In . , , ff- Q. .., .V Q . I 'I . 1 .1 If , ,Y ,XJ In VI X f ff , - , ' 1' f L' if f -4 ' 1 ' ' V L 'J . X A " ' ff' 5, - f V , 44, -M ff 4 ff I ff? 1 X I I I f KF, I fa-4 LLYV I 'f .- X 1 ' I f ' I f , N 4 ' 4 - 1, , Aj ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 f 4 K . 7 , f V 1- X f '- . . ,WM-5 17, 2 X f , , 4 R - X ' , 4,0 GOODB YE T0 SUMMER lp! so-rx 3 as CONFERENCE SCORES VARSITY! ! F. C. OPPONENT 13 Britt '7 32 Gamer 7 19 B. Center 12 19 Belmond 12 27 Northwood 20 20 Lake Mills 13 NON-CONFERENCE . . 19 St. Edmonds 12 6 Clear Lake 13 CONFERENCE STANDING TEAM WON LOST TIED Forest City 6 0 O B. Center 3 l 2 Northwood 3 3 0 Belmond 3 3 0 Lake Mills 2 3 1 Britt 1 3 2 Garner O 5 1 Ted 'Qs v-ii 2 .fa 1 1-I 0 X xvs 'RXN u Tom 'QS Ya- BACK ROW:J. Nelson, D. Siekmeier, C. Levad, M. ROW: Tom Sorenson, L. Van Ort, J. Larson, D. Fauske, T T. Nessa, D. Hill, R. Levad, D. Tschirki, C. t VARSITY COACH, Wallace Stittsworth CO-CAPTAINS Tom Oswald Ted Nilssen HONORS -STATE OF IOWA Ted Nilssen Back FOURTH TEAM ALL-STATE AND SIXTH TEAM ALL-STATE TED NILSSEN amassed a total of 1342 yards to place THIRD in the state for total offense yardage. He scored FIFTEEN touchdowns. ALL-STATE HONOR ROLL Jim Nelson . . . Center Charles Levad . . . Guard . Marvin Abbot. . . Tackle XXV. 5 .L Charles Lanstad . . . Back lim CHAMP ,' ' ' xx' I g Q 5 'XXXxYu it A XXX 7 I 5 gil, N9 C. Holland, G. Gelner, C. Sunde, J. Herrnanson. MIDDLE Nilssen, P. Oswald, E. Larson. FRONT ROW: J. Anderson, T. Oswald, L. lefson, C. Lanstad, G. Nelson, B. Beck. ASSISTANT COACH, John Anderson Individual Honors ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM-1957-FIRST TEAM Ted Nilssen . . . Back 'V Marv Abbot . . . Tackle Chuck Levad . . . Guard Carl ALL -CONFERENCE TEAM- 1957 -SECOND TEAM Tom Oswald . . . Back Carl Sunde . . . Tackle A Chuck Marv. Chuck is H m SENIUR VARSITY 5' 6 LEVAD NIELSONY Quai N-f ABBOT ELSON NILSS EN OSW ALD ITTF' SJNDE SEIKMEIER I HOLLAND HILL LANSTAD OSWALD Wally John FOREST CITY 6 CLEAR LAKE 13 Forest City drew first blood and Clear Lake was quick to retaliate. The score was tied at 6-6 until the last twenty seconds of the game. The Lions drew a first down on the Forest City two-yard line via the penalty route. The Lions scored to win the game. FOREST CITY 19 ST. EDMONIB 12 The score was tied O-O at the half. St. Edmonds scored on the first play of the second half. Forest City's offense caught fire and scored three touchdowns in seven minutes. St. Edmonds scored again in the last two seconds of play. FOREST CITY 13 BRITT 7 Forest City struck swiftly with a seventy yard pass play Nilssen to Lanstad, but the play was called back The half ended 0 0. In the second half the Eagles scored first on a fake kick Levad scored in a return touchdown. Tom Oswald scored again to put the Indians in the lead. FOREST CITY 32 GARNER 7 Forest City had no problem in defeating Garner Touchdowns were made by Tom Oswald Dave Hill Paul Oswald and Ted Nilssen FOREST CITY 19 BUFFALO CENTER 12 Forest City reached its peak as it dominated a tough Bison eleven to wreck the Bison S Home coming and title hopes The Indians completely controlled the Bison and led the half 13 6 In the second half Nilssen intercepted a pass and ran thirty three yards to score. Buffalo Center scored on the first play of the fourth quarter A terrific goal line stand on the one foot line by the Indians held the Bison for four downs and sacked up the game for the Indians It was the best game of the year for the Indians FOREST CITY 19 BELMOND 12 Forest City s flu riddled team was pretty evenly matched at Belmond s invasion of the Indian s Homecoming. Belmond scored first but the Indians rose to the occasion and placed themselves in con trol of the conference by returning the football to the opponent s goal often enough to win the game FOREST CITY 27 NORTHWOOD 20 The first string of the Indians completely dominated the Viking eleven. The Northwood touchdowns were scored against the second string Indians Ted Nilssen scored four touchdowns with the co opera tion of his warrior party and pulled the crowd from its bleachers with a spectacular eighty one yard run. FOREST CITY 20 LAKE MILLS 13 Forest City Jumped to a 20 0 lead with Hill striking paydirt on a forty three yard reverse Tom Oswald scored on a twenty three yard pass from Nxlssen. Nilssen scored the third touchdown. The season was over for the Indians in the fourth quarter as they very graciously contributed to final scoring by the Bulldogs IT WAS A VERY FINE SEASON FOR A VERY FINE TEAM!! 14 I fr n s I I 1 ,, .digg . ' I ' its I .Vs , In ,J f we N 2 -I in I A I A Axaj A ,' V I ws ' Q gk X ' I ., H L V ,, K I 1 I I ...I L- J Q F RESH-SOPH BACK ROW B Beck D Buckley K George J Fauske R Pletcher I Hanson H Harme R Franklln R Holland J Xndersrwn. FRONT ROW J lwonnweller R Hanna G Helmdal T Stelnmetz J Otls D Levacl D Fuhrman G Hanson D Foss TTT ir. 61' O 4 9 i -..O W is 'Q N. V 5 u ..a fl ' ff' X . M .. 4, .O s, if 0 O O i I -. , y R' lg WT' ' i IN 1 2-I S ' . 4 J I A " -- . I ' M an . E i ' A 2 f HER ROYAL HIGHNESS SHARON YEPSON f -QZ"'i-wwawv AND HER COUR T P Peterson A Etzen M Peterson S Yepson, S Ons V Bartleson I H111 -11' I MAREN PETEISON Senior SANDRA OTIS Semor 25 .M - A L, , Ay LJ: V V V -.w 1 f W xi? V g W, ? V ' V ' ,Q l 2 , 4 I K, , ' X M 'ww "'fTW7feE Lf lf 1 Q A I 1 , a , . , . Q I g 0 g - I . 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A ""v-ws- 51 X A .'X WE SALUTE The Forest Crty Leland H1gh School cons1ders rtself very fortunate rn havrng Mr Van Horn as lts buperrntendent He has proved hrmself IH the many mayQ that a good admrnstrator rs requrred to do He has placed the welfare of the school above h.lS own and he has weathered the unlust crrtrcrsm that rc very often the lot of the consclentlous leader Nir Van Horn has Qacr1f1ced much ofh1Q prrvate lrfe rn order to be an acuvernember of hrs cornmunlty ln tlorno tlns he has helped Qolve many problems that 'nrght othermqe hue become Qtagmnt He re 1 member and secretary ofthe North Fentral ISP X Board uni IQ rn 1 oowmon to know the mm factors that ar rnwlxed rn the progresQ educatron. HIS wnbern for Nur L ool as 1 Dnysrml vm rt wnd an rnsututron lf1P1I'Ulll1' a beeneudenced on' Huthre ve r erxrtt 1 WVQVVNQ xrtrtrestur . rcutltx nrnbf r be rl- tle fait that fhlQ frren w recr- Intron IQ tempered mth reenect and adnnrmwn xlr Nan rlorn we mlute you' OUR SUPERINTENDENT MR VAN HORN 'Tl Durmg the three years that he has been here Mr M1nd llng has worked long and hard tn promotlng the welfare of our school He has glven unselflshly of h1s tlme and effort 1n order the upper percentlle of htgh schools ln the state of Iowa Mr Mmdllng has earned the respect and admtrauon of the student body as well as the members of the faculty He has been falr ln h1s judgements of actxons and s1tuat1ons that have been made obvlous to h1IT1. He has proved h1mself an asset to our school and to the students We feel that he has become a frlend through earmng that fr1endsh1p Our W1Sh6S for a very successful future accompany h1s departure from our hlgh school TRIBU TE T0 OUR PRINCIPAL MR MINDLING 1ul"'l" I I I I that the high school might achieve and maintain a place in l . . . V - ENGLISH -Q, I .-"W ,Q Ye ,W MISS JUDGE MR' JFHORSJIZW Poetry IS a wonderful thmg If you don t un ewan e poem try readmg xt. -CD MISS HENDERSON FCH S-TV Lets have ll quletf G IDANCE - AG MR. COON MR. NERDIG Nay I have your attenuon please Now thrs ts what rs called a tractor COMMERCIAL HOME MA KING ! x5i MISS OLSON! MISS JEBE I wrll be qlad to help any of you See I never dropped a sutch' QQ-:Q ' :A. Q MR. STITTSWORTH "This is a helmet. It is used to protect the head . . . sometimes I wonder why!" PHYSICAL EDUCA TION Thxs game IS a lot of fun gms! ,af MR. ANDERSON Keep your eye on the ball! li .1 42 , gf l ,. .. N ,, w I V ' i MRS, cooN 3 M : , .. . . - .. - ' 7 ,T .f' fgw 1 ' -.'A,.,:fr'.1f1. L It r ,ff MR. FARDAL You ought to hear me play my MRS ROY Holm, How can you sxng wlth your mouth closed? Even the governor notlces MISS TRACY "St1f'k out your tongue both of them' " "I'm sorry. We're out of water' " t Mu sl c HAT H , t HAR r M , so D OE s 0 - UR s ' N A UR , A S E BUSINESS SCIENCE gf? f,-1 Aff' MR. BUCK You can't do ll 11.ke that' We were happy to be there' ' It's been a rough day' 44. ll M,,,.t.., fs 55. M r MR. ASK Can anyone tell me what tkus 159 The Future T eachers gave ea an came' A study m thought' Some talked . . . some hstened - S f".r mx - , . I I 1 4- , : A ' ' k' - , 'N '-k"v-PQ-4...-. I A . . 4 " f I 2 , , , 4 w , M ., f , J Q W ' 'A I Y E aww, ' , V, vg., 4' H ,, ll ' ' H V1 ' ' ll . . us ' - n 3. I Pi- . . 0 d we COUKS - CUS TODIAN LEFT TO RIGHT: Buckley, Soderling, Buckley, Morley O'Donnell -- Galley Queens We re out of sugar should we use T1de'7 try one I 'L 1 K 's I thmk Ill Sl Berger he does II before you can ask rum' Bob Erde Anythmg to go? KTO Leland that IS, ,qu Fred Anderson Shades of Old Chrcagoli O Cole I have the handle step on my clean I dare you to A famrllar frrend I need the brush floor! , . , , - 1 I . fi ' - - f 71 , , iv" M' I I X 3 fgfff I , I S Ll s -ei 'B Vs f f I. I 553 I N 2 1 ,iff I ' A' ' 1 af, 1-, ,ill 'Jfii t in ,. Q- V " Q , ,fb X, X L ' ' y 'ms W M , Q ,.b- ' kffwy - M A 4- -ix w I , I H -I A ,"' ,. ...ZW . fig: BACK ROW T Sternmetz L Van Oort C Gustaphson, I Langerud, C Sunde D Stokke SEC OND ROW J Ot1s R Levad, D Schleusner, K Frowrck L Westerberg, T Oswald THIRD ROW Mrss Hendrrckson Sponsor Mr Holland R McCauley D Schmrdt R Holland D Serkmerer FRONT ROW S Leegaard, S Nelson, J Golbuff ,... STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT Carl Sunde SECRETARY Lo1s Westerberg TREASURER Drane Serkemerer Carro11Gustafson was elected Drstrrct Treasurer of the well It 5 Christmas, North Central Student Coun c There's more than one way to decorate There's somethrng about a Chrrstmas Tree I 'I 1 fl f L 5, E is -J' ' v is ' v1cE-Pm5s1DENr. Tom osward ' ' il. FUTURE NURSES LAST ROW Nhss Tracy M Een hurs J Johnson E Drugg .T John son. SECOND ROW S He1mda1 D S1ekme1er M Olson M Peters lu Coon. FRONT ROW B Lew1s B Borg C Schoon J Hale Your temperature w1II never be the same' WAR WHOOP and BACK ROW W Fredrlckson B Anderson R McCauley B Hampel G Hanson P Hauge J Sorenson M Anderson V Bartleson L Hanson. THIRD ROW M ODonnelI R Passer R Hanson J Rollef son D Sxekmeler S Carlson E Appel L Thovson E Severson. SECOND ROW A Skje1e L Hanna NI Holland .T Lewls M Peterson S Ot1s D Graff M Hanson L Etaen B Osness FIRST ROW lx Tannah1Il M ESIITIUIS D Fredr1ckson .T H111 S McEnel1y B Gambe11C Schoon L Edwm S Boro L Hanson Sponsor Mr Buck f by . 'I'h1s IS better than A TALE OF TWO CITIES! About ready to fold! I A , , 0 ' ' , o , I , a ' ' : . ' . a I I , s , s n Y V - ' O I 1 I I . , . , . . ll ' .. S I v r A 3 I 3 at -I 1 Q :Q J . , .2 7 Q ,fe , F 2 5' , 35 ' - ., if I K 5 .Je ,t,f.Q..f1- it f 5 in 2 f : . ' , . , . , . , . , . . . , I ' - 1 . , . A , . , . ' , . , . , . ' , . . : , .... , l . C g I 5 O g O Vg l 5 I 5 I I I . 3 , . V 1 A . K . I. ",-,ewar ,. ,l-,W ' il ' ' 1' .A.A. BACK ROW E Bartleson P Hull M ODonnell D Sxekmeler I Lewls S Fredrlckson M Peter son L A Westerberg P Hauge M Ghme B Osnes S Yepsen 'Xl Kam1shJ Haberkampl Rollef son R Kllppmg FIFTH ROW M Eenhuxs J Lynn J Johnson C Schoon B Gambell L Hanson I Hoyland J' Johnson L Smlth D Fredrlckson P Smxth J Appel A Etzen Mrs Coon FOURTH ROW M Johnson S Gardner K Hall S Swenson K Mackr1l1 B Carlson R Sveen D Schleusner L A Torkelson L Carlson D Mellus H Severson L Wheeler THIRD ROW S Peterson H Anderson S McEnelly P 'wleahan S Gorball M Feldman J' Baker N Coon E Eenhuls M Edwm K Bower A Hagen R ODonnell SECOND ROW G Klasse P Peterson B Tschlrkl K Salveson D Ambro son ,T Borg I Olson S Borg E Jefson S Borg FIRST ROW L Etzen A Sk3e1e L Edwm M Han son, L Severson, M Olson K Bufflngton C Alm. L A 'B Nme hands to hold that ball? 1958 CH XMPIONS 1958 9 Oops! I knocked out the wall! I wonder what we re playmg"'7 . , . . . . - . . , . , . , . , . , . . . 1 - 0 - 0 , 0 ' v 0 n 0 f A- l 1 - n ' ' , . ' ' . : . ', . , . , . , . , . . . . . , . ' , . ' . . ' , . , . , . . : u , o , o , n , o . , o , u , o , o u , . . . ', . , . . :. , . , . U 5 A D 0 I ' i . D . I ' ll ' .I ' I . , . ' . : . , . , . ", . , . - , . , . , . , . , . . : . , . ". . '. . ' 0 u , 0 . , s ' is Ja , A V 7 ' f W I f f I I3 N I . 7 , xp: Y 2 I f I . .- L A . v f 'ww-. -A ' -A I 2 ' I M 'M M 2 C Q I ' M ,I ' ' f"- f , - 'Q ' ' , , ,Q A . QVC or fm I ' .if ,'1,"ll" w 22, ' s ' Vfe'f. ' 165 J I 1 L1 , 4 I I , . F H A MODERN MISS BACK ROM V Bartleson J' Hale S Reuben S Boman J Stephenson G Reese L A Hanson L Sexerson R Hanson. THIRD ROW Miss ,Tebe E Drugg L Severson M Peterson N Hugeland K Hanna I Rollefson B Osnes SECOND ROW M .T Dunbar D Clauson L R Hanna B Borg I H111 Wooge L Hanson R Carson, FIRST ROW S Nelson B Gambell L Edwin M Hanson A Skjeie I Johnson C Schoon. BACK ROW MISS Jebe H Severson L Etzen K Frowick S Hugeland A Hagen J A Green R Sveen L A Torkelson I Johnson J A Holtan E Howland M Otis J Hale S Meyer .T Olson. THIRD ROW B Lewis M Groves L Carlson A Etzen C Mitchell K Hove .I Appel C Fox A Hol tan E Fredrickson M Benson K Hall S Gorball M Johnson B Carlson. SECOND ROW S Swanson J A Golbuff M Fox K Elsberry G Klasse H Anderson S Peterson C Bakken P Peterson M A Asheim M Edwin S Leegard FRONT ROW J Carlson K Tannahill S McEnel1y S Borg D Ambroson S Borg J A Olson I Borg K Buffmgton B Johnson B Tschirki E Jefson. OFFICERS LITTLE MOMEIN President . . Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer . . OFFICERS President . . Vice- President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . Sandra Reuben Barbara Osnes . Wilma Wooge . . . Karen Hanna MODERN MISS . . Kathy Hove . . . Judy Apple . . . Merry Benson . . . Alice Holtan LIBRARY CLUB ROW BACK M O'Donnel1 D L Johnson L Wheeler G ROW THIRD I Hoyland L Sexerson R. Passer K Hanna L Edwrn D Freduckson W Wooqe L Hanson A Sklele Anderson S Peterson K Elsberry Hanson L Thovson Mr Thorsherm M. Hanson D Graff ROW SECOND ROW FIRST M Eenhurs I Borg H There lS no frlgate hke a book take us lands away 8 GINL with the hght brown typewrrter 'ilk --an We re always busy MR. THORSHEIM I know where the hbraryrs but where are the books? SENIOR-JUNIOR F.F.A. BACK ROW D Solomonson D Grothe C Hammltt E Larson D Olson R Anderson D Flugum J Brown. FRONT ROW R Haugen I I-Iermanson C Torkelson L Johnson D Kmgland J Gelner Mr Nerdtg FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE F F A -gr-r ul: BACK ROW T Stexnmetz T Fox R Bowman L Thompson I Eennuxs G Palmer L Charlson G Hexmdal THIRD ROW A Helvlck R Hanna I Ree J Xnderson C Taylor N1 Peters R Fox SEC OND ROM P Estal J' Nonnv-e11er D Grothe L R Thompson D Larson D Lewad P Monson R Franklm FRONT ROM I Prescott R Hammltt C Flugum D lxlngland A Green N1 Eenhu1s OFFICERS Presldent Lyle Johnson Reporter Gerald Gelner hee Pres1dent Cllfford Torkelson Reporter Don Solomonson Secretary Don lxmgland Senunel Ronald Haugen Treasurer Gerald Hermanson Adv1sor Dean Nerd1g l l To : 0 , n , o , 0 , o , n , n , Q . e , 0 1 0 U o I 0 , 0 , u Q 4, ' - fa ve , . , a " 4 ,e 45' J rr ' n O n f! ,X .,-z. . 4 ,q , r 4' L. ,f.. . x , "..'..,-.. y , O xufz-' "n ' 'C' -- . 1 wf "' ,.v" ' , , ...O- I 1 , Q , Q , 0 , 4 , n , Q , 1 v V . . I n , . , a , Q I , o ,- a , Q . ' ' V, v ' , , ' - 0 . 1 1 4 V . 0 . v 0 1 - v ' n - 1 0 . . , . ,. . . A . 4 . , I , . , u , n ,A - . n n ,. - . . 1 a V ,. . p I a 1 ' . L ' az' .,' ay? vi of dignitari lf, 'ws 6, fe W .-o A 'Q A 1 rf? X n my ,,. if -vi I 'X -W s ' 1, 1 5 dy? , . tb , I , ' A L Aix 'y' .fl f jf 'Q x V Q .aw- S. +-Lt if fe!! Q 'Q' ,,,V,:!Q,,,, f,w W iffy, w-v.Q- . if 1" i ' ix : ' ixf I l- x ' fy f ' i If I - J A f' 1 E! Q ,br-Z Jail'-:rs lag., 5 W! XY an , ..... ,.4 D- Q 5 K, XY -N K A xy! 'ff """""4 ' XT -g Q ax, .A f xg f hx-'N V i ' 5 ' '3 xa ' 'tag' 5 V 'G W 2 s'E 4? at v'A , En ' Y N . X -4-an f 1 ,,,5',. lv, If 1 ,W f iYf?ffQL,- " ,AQ 'll " i,,-wh flvlli loin Q u 'f . J, ll R111 f"' 'Q . .-'tr ,muw 7' Al' 40 A I -I -1- . ,'f" - 'll "5 ' 3 w 1 x f lx .H , r A . 5 L 56 x PAUL '.I."uOm .'Il:mrf1JU'-11 VARSITY P' Q ff" . 4 LEFT TO RIGHT S Nelson, S Yepson M Glime M. Peterson R. Klipping. Schleusner, Gardner Peterson Klasse LEFT TO RIGHT P Peterson D Schleusner Peterson Schleusner Gardner Klasse S Gardner G Klasse O K everybody le: s reallv velll q n s n 9 s g y l 9 . Q 1 , . Q , 1 0 u . ' ' 1 v f 1 n 1 v 9 1 DEATH OF THE HIRED MAN Are both of those your feer'P My corns hurt agam I guess we 11 have to paper the Celllflg Pa CAST C Sunde L Westerberg S Wleble C Cantrall ASSISTANTS E Drugg D S1ekme1r THE LINE UP 195S' SPREADING THE NEWS CAST I Fauske K Macknll B Beck R McCauley K Hove M Johnson B Osness L Iohn Careful what you say she s mosey' son D Stokke K Auhck ASSTS S Leegaard L Hanson What s my 11ne'P RIDERS T0 THE SEA CAST B Beck I Langrud M Ghme I Haberkamp W Fredenckson D Buckley P Sm1th K Blame E Appel S Ons, M. Benson. ASSTS K Stephenson P Hull SWEPT CLEAN OFF HER FEET CASTI Appel D Fosse D Levad E Jefson L Hanna, C Gustafson ASSTS R ODon nell A Hagen. ONE ACTS Duected Y Mxss Betty C Henderson G1ve me back my bubble gum! "What is it gal: tell me." B PLAY CAST Florence Hanmbal Farry Mae Jeffrey Mrs Paddy Trtus Samuel Lrly Belle Mrs Savage Mrss Wtlhelmlna Dr Emmett Student Dtrectors Betty Borg, LuAnn Hanson Dlrector Betty C Henderson Juhe Rollefson Dave Fauske Ruth Kllpplng John Langrud Sue Wetble Carroll Gustafson Don Gerdes La Rae Hanna Joan Haberkamp V1v1an Bartleson Lynn Jefson Sheryl Nelson JUNIOR PLA Y CDPQPUJ UJCIO'-'FUCIO MI-i l uv I Fetch me a quart of red! May I use ll to dust the shelf? Forever blowmg bubbles? W IO else -ik To each hrs own '-' Safarl to drama 1 gi ,j.gl9f.f.ia,,.L-2, fix is t .Q gf 1-Q' 2? f'5'g1 ,Q gg 33?- -iy53 ii-Wiwv V'ffffWf K ! f Yf, ' k, , 'V -, I rel W iii' PTA mS 'w f ff WT? -V, X E l 'an ,ln 9' 0' BOYS' GLEE CLUB BACK ROW L ,Tefson B Ebauvh J' Langerud L McCla1n C Gustafson C Sunde D Olson L John son R Levxson D Gerdes J Jefson B Beck FRONT ROW H Strand R Holland J Ous D Stokke W Perry Mrs Roy D Larson R NlcCaulay B Anderson S Damelson A Anderson GIRLS' CHDRUS BACK ROW S Borg B Gambell P Smlth .T Johnson L Thovson M Severson J Sorenson L A Westerberg S Welble M Anderson M Ghme S Boman M Peters L Smnh D Ambroson K Hall THIRD ROW B Borg lx Coon R Carson S Mc.Enelly S Tweeten G Hanson D Srekmeler J Lew1s SECOND ROW D Vani-Iorn C Schoon S Leegaard A Etzen A Holtan R Kllpplng IN Hugelen B Osnes M Groves S Yepsen K Bartleson J Rollefson V Bartleson M Johnson E Drugg B Beck J Johnson E Jefson FIRST ROW .T Fjetland S Nelson L Edwln C Alm E Fredrxckson L Sev crson C Mltchell Mrs Roy P I Hull S Gardner J Holtan D Clauson J ORorke K Hove K Blame RATINGS Mrxed Chorus Boys Glee Club G1r1s Glee Club L. A. Torkelson, L. Wheeler, E. Appel, S. Otis, K. Stephenson, N. Kamish, P. Peterson, M. Eenhuis. ' . . . . I N ' ' . . . . I DIVISION I 0 Q 0 C3 W WI O A Q0 DI VISION II P Q Q J Carlson M.Feld B. Carlson S. Borg S. Borg I. Appel M. Asherm R. Beck M. Benson Alm D. Ambroson K Lewrs B Leegaard S. Jefson M. Johnson J. I. Hanson K Hove S. Gardner V. Gorball R. Hampel allfl C Fox Fosse D. Foss L. Carlson C. Flugum D Borg I. Srruth D Thorson C. Bakken P ackrrll M. Peters S. Hugelen E.Jefson G. Klasse D Mel E. Howland K. Hall M. Hanson A. Helvrck I Hale Fox M. Groves B. Tsc rrkt L Wretler Stadt I L. Thompson Sa lveson P. Peterson K. C. Palmer I. Olson M. Ons 1us D Lunn S. Bo ran S. Ye pson Sunde Sorenson D Stokke C. I. S. Otxs R. Schaeffer B. Osnes Lewxs I. E Appel Helen Haan S. Reuben Perry J. Lynn W. P. Hull R. Lmdberg J. Hale R. Hanson I. Haberkamp Borg B 1' We don t suffer, lrke Jesus drd even though we have pam and even death Jesus pard the prrce for my SID I don't have to mlss out on God s fellowshrp Chrlst dted so thatl can walk ln fellowshlp wlth God my Father even 1nto eterntty The above words were wrltten by Ronme one week before hrs tragrc death They were part of a sermon outllne he was preparrng preparatory to h1S confrrmatron IN MY FA THER'S HOUSE . It IS not growrng lrke a tree In bulk doth make man better Or standrng long an oak, three hundred year To fall a log at last dry, bald and sere A l11y of a day Is falrer far 1n May Although II fall and dre that nrght It was the plant and flower of Llght In small proportrons we Just beautres see And tn short measure hfe may perfect be Ben Jonson Ronme Holland, a member of the freshman class and the 14 year old son ofMr and Mrs Leonard Holland of Leland was the v1ct1m ofa car brcycle tragedy May 11 He w1ll be remembered by h1s fr1ends and classmates for all the years to come Thrs picture shows Ronme wlth a portron of the freshman class 2 JK f"N.. dm-R-'fm F",Z"B F3 Q Q9 :10 X S I 9 x QPF' BASEBALL what d he call that? Acuon' Yer Outl The BACK ROW Coach Anderson T Oswald I Lang rud S Bungum T Sorenson L Van Ort I Fauske I Stadt FRONT ROW L Iefson I Dona hue D Schm1dt Man? Gee' Are they usmg a ball and everyth1ng'? S f' r A good bench IS always hard to fmdl 6 Paul Oswald TRACK LEFT TO RIGHT C Levad T Oswald P Oswald BACK ROW C Gustafson T Nessa J Larson A Mlller FRONT ROW L Jefson T Sorenson R. Levad ps BACK ROW D Schrmdt D Fuhrman L Hanson R. Hanna FRONT ROW R. Holland M. Dunbar T Fox L Van Oort T P1tk1n MLW, Chuck Levad L . Q - . T' ' r. Z Tm . H353 : . . . , . . in .ax ?,, V, W A I z ,ij DQ' L X 4 f : . . . , . , . ' . : . , . , . - ' JW 1' , ji, 1 f r Y. f FC . 5 Q , 1 f ' " Q ' . ' 1' ' 'T' riff.. f . f V 2, ' - Q' f V ' , xi .. . - 4 L ., A , - , : . ' , . , . , ' : I D 5 I o g n A ' s BACK ROW S Dan1elson D Foss W Frednckson D Fhurman J Anderson A Green B Anderson THIRD ROW E Eenhu1s L Etzen L Carlson C Fox K Frow1ck M Edw1n H Anderson. SECOND ROW P Estal L Eenhuls R Anderson C Flugum I Donahue A Anderson FIRST ROW J Borg C Bakken K Elsberry M Bower .T Gulbuff M Fox K Bufftngton BACK ROW A Helvlck R Hanna P Hagen L Hanson G He1mdal M N1elson G Hanson THIRD ROW D Grothe U Kugler D Kmgland D Levad B Monson R Holland. SECOND ROW M Groves D Mel1us .T Holtan J Hale S Hugeland K Hall E Howland R Hammltt FIRST ROW E Jefson S Hexmdal G Klasse B Johnson V Lynn M E Hanson. BACK ROW R Thompson C Nonwexler .T Ot1s L Thompson G Palmer T Stemmetz J Ret. THIRD ROW D Schmxdt S Swanson H Severson L Wheeler M Schultz L R Thompson SECOND ROW J Prescott C Peterson J Nonweller D Torkelson H Strand FRONT ROW S Peterson I Olson M Ot1s K Salveson P Peterson B Tschtrkl. :. ' .. .. ' ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. '. . ',. ,. .. '.. ',. :. ,. ',. ,. ,. .. , 2. ,. ,n ,o .0 ,s ,u ' u ai YJ rx, E W.. R :. ', . , . , . , .' ,.' ,. . :. ,. ,.' ,. .. ,. :. , I .10 nl .u , ps 1' nl ,O :o 1 a . ,n ,o ,o ,as :. ',. , . , . ,. ,.. . : 0 ua ,n '.u .o 1 In ,Q , -, ., o rv no ,s BACK ROW D Buckley J Fauske B Ebaugh M Dunbar J Anderson J Eenhuls R Bowman L Charl son THIRD ROW B Beck U Bartleson J Appel B Carlson K Bartleson IN Coon K Auhck SEC ONID ROW X Etzen N Feldman M Benson J Bartleson D Ambroson F Baker FIRST ROW C Arm J Carlson S Borg J Feuland S Borg M Ashexm BACK ROW R McCauley C Taylor J Overhe L McC1a1n T P1tk1n L Van Oort R Fletcher M Peters THIRD ROW R Thompson D Schleusner L Torkelson H Rexneke R Sween S Swenson C Schultz SECOND ROW C Mttchell .T Olson P Smxth K Stephenson M Peters S Meyer FIRST ROW K Tann1h111 K Thompson S McEn1lly S Tweeten P.Meahan R O Donnell. gs 1 'MMV BACK ROW R. Fox, L. Lovlck, J. Hanson, H. Harms, T. Fox, B. Hampel. THIRD ROW R. Holland, J. Jefson, D. Larson, F. K11pp1ng, D. Juhl, K. George, K. Frankhn. SECOND ROW M. Johnson, C. Langerud, I. Green, K. IW13Ckl'111, S. Gardner, J. Johnson, R. Graff. FIRST ROW A. Hotton, V. Gorbal, A. Hagen, B. Lewxs, E. Fredrlckson, S. Leegaard, K. Hove. 4 ,, , , Q s - ,s ' - " ' " I5 1 ,. 1 ff . o . : ' I U I 9 I . I ' D ' I I 5 V Q 0 - . : . . . . . , . , . ,'. , . ' . - I Zz. ,.'. , . , . , . , . . : . , n , u , u -fl , Q , o I 4 I 6 V v N . , I ' x . V. . , N x .1 , ,Vg . f 4 1 X L J 3.42 1 v k I . .Q s 5 n , u , - . , - I , Q . ' , 4 , . , - . : . , . . . , . , . , . , . . : . ' , . , . ' , . , . , . . I . . . , - ' , 0 u s . 0 u I I L, 3' 1 lr f I K 5 V an . I A ' , 1 Q. wif f. -:L 1 5311 Q, ' A17 ZQTW' QM , ' ,E M mfr, A. wx ffm, lah 4 ,.,,. 3 VA X? A , ,.., , Mifymr f w fig., N ff Tv-xii' ,fig Q- ix f-bfi' 4 :hf if 2' 4- Q13 "Q 7" JMS' v. Q , if v 0 I fm , , ig, fn, ffm if? f? 3-W1 f' ,Y ,- y wa QL ,qilfi-'k y ,iv 24 , 1 Gin 'UfL " ,XQ K 'N ,f 52 l M Q. -6 fk ' W ' gs? f ffm.:-. . 'X X31 Lf? 4245? 'ii' 1, ks' Qm.-fig' ,Ly 'K Vw fqw V , k .5 . 'T hm -. V- N V ia . X. JUNIORS bs. T!! 12? , 'U' J Hovland N Huvelen I u 1 L Jcfson D Johnson 'R J Johnson R KIIDDIHQ ..- J Langerud f' E Larson G Larson ,, R Levad R Lmdberff J ord J Lynn A Miller D Moen S Nelson Y' 'gp' T Nessa M O Donnell M Olson W Mrry S Reubon 6. Q sf J Rollofson I Sghooluaft A Skjem I Sew erson L Soverson L Srmth T Sorenson D Swanson IUNIORS ea na of .7 -tn' 'Va EJ- 'aria' ' H V- ..-ov an A - .... i xsl t 'nfl' V x K1 , V Aff l 4- V Q- f f 1 f 9 -I gwflw-3 F ID" -.A 17 D. Solornonson J. Stephenson D. Thompson G. Thompson D. Tschirki C. Torkelson D. Van Horn S. Wcible J. Wilson W. Wooge ' "'Hf 5i -,..,..A rx 5 . - - fp, .6 , - A f ML? J a E T lv l WS : . Q Q ' ' 'M Z ' ' , .nv- X A ' 51" . . " 'S In .' : K 115' F 'L' C v "I 4 'w .. , O "' a ' Y : if 1. ' E y . , ' xf I K ii VL! gf! 45 'K 5 . :C E ' 1, '? 1 :cb Qs i 1 .al-W f 15: .,L3,7.1f :i.l1gi,,iy,,' .fr F -'Y' ""'H 5. QVW' '21-W ' ' f M ' ' 'Y 11:5 ag 'ff rm V Q A, 'L I My , , , F21 ' H x '31 iffy' W M. -M 'J Iff'f , I if Wi, V I Vx, ?, g Wx, """"ls..., . .AZ Q f fi' ,,, ,nf X, w. xx: 7.3 Q? SENIORS X BDOTT N1 HV Cltl CMC Trnr l 115111 Base all Basket 1 11 Q Pl v F 1 I CII 1'111a11 Q C ll 1 C a NI1 l'lQ 1 l Ib lSrx1111 X wc1t1111 hnglne 1' Pop Co111111ttee Operctta Nl1xc1l CllOI'llS 1 m0Ill3l'l lS my 1 mmm 1 11 good c11.11' 1Q L1 smoke STLXEN BRMIXWSON Stew? VoC1t1o11 Undvclded Seruor Class Play I cont behave I know 1e answer to that questlon VANCE AMBROSOIN Pony Vocatlon Ellgllle r OH 1 C S It IS not Good for a levpmg bov to make D XX ID ANDERSON Dive V0cat1o11 l.11Clec1ded Footbwll MIS o ll 1C g1'1ef spare 11112 ill qnef. 1.lOlX11 HXPPEL "bll1P" XoC.1t1.1.1, leader Mixed Clzorusg Bandg F.H.:3.g P. 0110 .-Kctsg Girls' Gleeg '-Y411'- xvlwopg A1111u41lg Pep Clubg Operettag Senior Class Play. "l'111 1101 bl11511111g,g I'111 just 51.111- b111'11ed." C.,-1 Qi if if xf -as-7 GEORGE BARTLESON GUS Vocation Undecided Student COUDC11 He has a photographl mind but nothirg ever develops REBECCA BECK Bec Vocation Professional music and drama Mixed Chorus Glee F H A Band Pep Club Pep Committee Student Council Speech One Acts Operetta Class Plays Annual. Ive got a mind of my own and it takes more than a teacher to change JOHN BROWN Vocatlon Farming STEPHEN BUNGUM BUHQSIC Vocation Fine Arts Student Council Band Pep Club Football- Basketball- Baseballulun- ior Class Play- Senior Class Play Trifles make perfection' and per- fection is no trifle ' CHARLES CANTR 'XLL "Charlie' Vocation: Undecided Bandg One Actsg Senior Class Playg Class Officerg Basketballg Trackg "He can hardly wait to hear what he's going to say." SHERILL CARLSON Vocation: Undecided Mixed Chorusg Girls' Gleeg F.N.C.: Operettag Pep Clubg Warwhoopg An- nualg Band. "Um, um, l know what I want to say, but I can't say it." if 20X 'Q 1'4v W"-v-ny RLTH C XRbON Rut 116 Nocatlor Teac er Band uc Choru Clrls G Cc On lcts F C Xw amleoop Operettas Pep Club senlor Class Play Ga 's ve lust had a 111. V RH IO DUNBKR ary XOCSIIOH btewrdess Band Che rleader One Ac Glrls Chorus TNTIXCJ Chorus War whoop Xnnual Operetta Pep Club F N C Everybody stay home tonwht so I mon t m1ss wnythmg 'xl xRY EENHUIS Eeny Nocatlon Iyurse G A A Glrls Glee Wqrwhoop F N C Annml L1brary Club I only look short because you trys are so tall lxTITll ETLEN. XrOC3I1OIl hr Force .Tumor Fltss Play Selllfll' Class Plav Student Councll Pep Club Class Offlcer Footbwll Trick KNOllldl'l IS the most VICIOUS of antrnals DONN X FRP DRICKSOIN X vcatlon Teslcher VTX Glrls Fee un 10 Class Plwy One c s M whoop lnnml Llbrarv Club Sen lor Clwss Play Speech Club I dwnt rtncxnbcr rut' I RUR FRLIJI-2lC'lxwO'x Xocatlon ecretary ld nnutl C Juno Cass Play One acts The satldest word of ton ue or pen are these Be homc by ten. 41,0 K7 Y 151 x V1 59 Zif f' Ax K. 4, ,fwvegazft , V, i , f ' fn'30f9' gf, Y gm gw f ' - , f ' ,wwf gif? Q ,Vf '35 I . ,., ,tw 1 in 'Os vi! Ninn... LAX kAl HANISON Lame Xocatlol secretary Band Glrls Glee Warvhoop speech Annual F H A G A A One Xctc Class Play Pep Club Pep Cornmlttee Pep Band Cheerlead er Llbrary Club Do xou have my m1stletoe'? P-XTRICI rl XUGE P1 Vocatlon Nlarrlage Band Nllxed Chorus Glrls Glee Warwhoop One Act Operetta Speech Club G A A Im IU ove an 1t1Sl'lI w1th books' DAN ID HILL Dave VOCSIIOU Undcclded Football Track Class Offlcer Letterrnens Club Senlor Class Play The sleep of a labonng man IS sweet CHARLES HOLLAND Chuck Vocatlon Undec1ded Football Mued Chorus Track Lettermens Club FFA War whoop .Tumor Class Play Semor Class Play Basketball He s outstandmg 1n hls fleld farmer LYLE JOHNSON Johns Vocatlon Agr1cultural Engmeer Chorus Boys Glee Band Basket bal F F A Iunlor and Senlor Class Play One Acts Operetta Annual Im here su hours a day dol have to work too? 'NANCY KAMISH Nanny Vocauon Teacher Band Clas O 1cer A Qtud nt COUHC11 M1X6d Chorus CITIS Glee Xnnual One Acts So I should care? fa f X ek B, r 1 cf'-"K ni!- M5199 2.253 DONALD KINGLAND n Vocation Undeclded Track F F A I can resist everything except temptation. CHARLES LANIBTAD Chuck Vocation. Undeclded Basketball Football Baseball Track Lettermen s Club Senior Class Play Handsome is as handsome does and he does it. CHARLES LEVAD Chuck Vocat1on Coach Football Track One Acts Junior Class Play Semor Class Play Lettermens Club F FA Baseball Words are women deeds are men RONALD LEVISON LCVI Vocation Englneermg Band Mixed Chorus Boys Chorus Small Groups Operetta Peep! Peep! JUDITH LEWIS Judy Vocation Teacher Mixed Chorus Girls Glee One Acts Band Pep Band GAA F T A F H A Speech Operetta Pep Club Warwhoop Annual People will believe anythlng you tell them if you whisper it VIRGINIA LUNN "Gll'11" Vocation: Nurse Senior Class Playg Annual. "We do it much better in Rockford, Illinois." MW gui' 33' sd' ,incl qnuf' 0 Nl RX XLEE MYER Nlarlla Vocatlon Lndeclded F H A I llke that song The Shlftmg W'l'l1SD6I'1Ilg Beauty Marks GARY XEIABON Bearcat VOCBIIOH Alr Force Pllot One Acts .Tumor Class Play Sen lor Class Play Football F F A Lettermen s Club I llke work the thought of get Ilflg r1d of lf nearly breaks mv heart, JAMES NELSON lm Vocatlon Arr Force Lettermen s Club One Acts Foot ball Basketball Track Baseball Seruor Class Play Whats the deal here k1dd1es'7 TED INILSQEN Chet Vocatlon Lndeclded Football Track Basketball Let termensC1ub If school IQ llberty QIVB me death DON ROY OLSON owede Vocauon Undeclded Chorus Boys Glee FF X Bas ketball Operetta Xnnual bemor Class Play llc IFICS to make both meekerlds me I J NUT O ROURrxE X ocatlon 'xllxcd Chorus Gxrls Glee F N C E xt Jrmk and be merry or tw lorrow vt max dlet. 11' wx? ws 5 3 5 BARBARA OSNES "BJ," Vocation: Social Work Mixed Chorusg Girls' Gleeg Bandg Speechg G.A.A.g Class Playsg Op- Brettas' Student Council- Pep Clu - F H A - Pep Band- Warwhoop- An- nual One Acts Marchmg Band 1-Ilya crabby! PAUL OSW ALD Ozz Vocat1on Football Track Basketball Student Councll One Acts Band Now that Im gone the teachers w1ll have to flnd the answers for themselves THOMAS OSWALD Tom Vocatlon C1v1l Servlce Basketball Baseball Football Track Student Counc1l Letter men s C lu b Class Offxcer F F A One Acts .Tumor Class Play Semor Class Play The basketball floor 1sn t the onl place to make passes SANDRA OTIS Sandy Vocatlon Teacher Band Chorus Gxrls Chorus War whoop One Acts FHA Annual .Tumor Class Play Pep Club Oper CUB Oh II makes me so mad' ROSEMARY PASSER ROS16 Vocat1on Secretary FNC Glrls Glee Pep Club G AA Warwhoop Annual Llbrary She Jay talks her way across every conversatron MAREIN PETERSON Pete Vocatlon Secretary G A A F H A Band Class Off1 cer Student Councll Grrls Glee Annual Warwhoop Cheerlead mg Pep Commrttee .Tumor and Senlor Class Play Pep Club That whxch 1S not worth saylng IS sung ..! 'J' GLENNICE REESE VOCBIIOD Secretary G1rls Glee F ll A I dont bellexe 1n love at fxrst slght but I do behexe ID taklng a second look EVELHN REINIKE EVIC Vocauon Secretary Gxrls Glce F N C Your Illgh school days mwy be dellghts but they cant compare Wllll the lllgh school nlghts ROGER SCHAEFFER Nchaef Vocatlon Teacher Band Pep Club I to myself am dearer than a frxend CAROT YIN SCHOON Carol Vocatlon Undec1ded F H A F T A Gxrls Chorus One Act .Tumor Class Play G XA Annual Golly that s qulte the deal' DON XLD cEVERSON Don Vocatlon Und c1ded F F A Early to bed and early to rxse and you nuss the best part of the a NI RILY N LX ERJON. Nocuuon Nur e CleeClub-G.-A 'C-FiA- Annual- Warwhoop- Science Club what has the niffht to do with sleep? F PHYLLIS SEVERSON Phyl Vocanon Teacher One Acts JumorC1ass Play Annual F H A G A A Glrls Chorus L1 brary Club I take my fun where I can fmd II DAVID SIEKMEIER Dave Vocauon Undeclded Football Track Basketball F F A Lettermen s Club Somettmes I study sometlmes guess the rest of the t1me I just rest. DIANE SIEKME IER Vocatlon Nurse Gtrls Glee Warwhoop Annual G Student Councll F NC C1355 Offmer One Acts Semor Do you need help on the annual ton1ght'7 IO ANN SORENSON Vocatton Ltberal Arts Band Warwhoop F H A One Acts Annual Mtxed Chorus Glee Club Operetta Everybody th1nks contrary to me DAVID STOKKE Dave Vocatxon Undeclded Band Mlxed Chorus Boys Chorus One Acts Senlor Class Play Stu dent Councll Annual Never underestlmate the purr of a woman CARL SUNDE Vocatlon L1beral Arts Band Mlxed Chorus One Acts Boys Glee Student Counctl .Tumor Class Play Operetta Football Sen tor Class Play Class Offlcer Stu dent Councxl Off1cer A gentleman 1S often seen but very seldom heard to laugh ll II : ' : : 1 n ' ' o .- u ' ' n 41 11 .Q Q 1 n 0 -I I " ' , ' , I 19 V llDiII ' ' : : : - A.A.: ': - - -: ' : 5 ' Class Play. Cl ' If IKJODD : : - - -: : an ' lv Cl S1 1 . o ' n .. . ll 1 ' : : : ' : ' ll ' KAREN THOMPSON "Katie" Vocation: Secretary Girls' Gleg F.N.C. "Here today, gone the rest of the week ' L X RAE THOVSON VOCHIIOU Teacher G1r1s Chorus Mlxed Chorus brary Club G A A Warwhoop One Acts I LIKE to be dlfferent LOIS ANN WESTERBERG Lots Vocatlon Teacher G A A Mlxed Chorus Gtrls Glee Student Counc1l F T A Class Offtcer Annual One Acts .Tumor Class Play Operetta Sen1or Class Play One of the best thtngs to have up your sleexe 1S a funny bone GARY WHITTMEIER Vocatlon Undectded It IS well for one t know more than he says SHARON YE PSOIN YBDSOFI Vocat1on Secretary Band Mlxed Chorus Gtrls Glee Operettas .Tumor Class Play One Acts Sentor Class Play G A A F H A Cheerleadxng Class offl cer Annual Pep Club fOctave hlgher than Gllme sj O K everybody let s yell' ,TL DITH GAMBELL u VOCBIIOH Marnage A rtng, on the ftnger IS worth two on the phone 15 IT HAPPENED - PLAY CAST BACK ROW D Stokke D Olson I Nelson K Etzen S Abrahamson T Oswald R Carson M Abbott L Johnson S Bungum C Cantrall G Nelson C Levad M Peterson FRONT ROW D S1ekme1er M Severson M Glrrne G Lunn D Frednckson E Appel B Beck B Osnes L Westerberg S Yepson C Sunde Alas poor Yorrck we should have known hlm. State of New York versus Karen Andre It s hard to hear wrth my eyes closed 'HO '-IICU'-'Z FII'-l 'HH In ymggff 'lf- Who wants to smoke anyway? I can t f1nd Uncle Tom' I m a terpsrchorean Not Guilty! De fence? Oh that feels good! -CWIPCZIPH ACHIEVEMEN T JAY E BROOKER AWARD Tom Oswald became the frrst person to recerxe the Jay E Brooker award whrch was rnstrtuted thrs year by Mrs Ruth Brooker and Dr Warren Brooker wrdow and son of the late Jay E Brooker The wrnner of thrs award must be outstandrng athletrc ally and scholastrcally Mr Brooker was an ardent sports fan and a srncere bellever rn the recognrtron of ment and farr play BAND QUEEN Sharon Yepson was chosen to represent the band at the annual North Iowa Band Festrval at Mason Crty HONORS TO TOP TEN PER CENT Charles Cantrall Mary Eenhurs Lors Westerberc, H Ave 'M Drane Serkrnerer Marrlxn Sexerson Phyllrs Severson 3 I fo 1 ,, . 2 - ? a 1 1 , A 'bra ,T . l a , ' 1 U x O url r .if 6' ,Q .HF .fb if ' f' ,-cfmj My , . 31' '- ' , AE , A V'x ,IA x x ,fx . P Q 8 Q fx, A Q 1.41 g',,'! .L , Q-2 .14 -1143" 89' ,'r"f'f"'gL,w www., V . :LB - 2' ' ' my ' , ' at Q 41535 w""' IT ALL HAPPENED J Nu! """' l :gr UD'-iOIU1"U3P2m 4' Bl or v , - a., 1: 9, ,g, 2? Q ,g 259' 2 M23 -" I ai, 1 3 3- V ,gwfwq . J' V 45 r :lr- A I fs. li hx ' wr- 4 3 X 1. l if' '59 , i 1 3 . Q 0 f "'vTU.g ' -s y,'a,Q-Wig, 2 3,3 if wr ww- 'J 'favgggf' F 4 xr! i ,W L 4 .. l N-W E' . mu 5, . w ,gm , , V , Q' 4n,, K ,-4 rf 'lu "C wav' hx 3 NJ wczz.-J 3--"'-..:fw -Rf.-1, ACHIEVEMENT CARL SUNDE BARBARA OSNESS GINI LUNN Outstandrng Boy Outstandrng G1r1 Annual Staff Award .TERRY EENHUIS Greatest achlevement ln MAR-IAN GLIME FFA and vocatronal agrrculture LYLE Outstandrng Grrl JOHNSON K YS Outstandlng semor E agrrculture student SCHOLASTIC KEYS went to the fo11ow1ng students w1th two semesters of A and B work for each year sprn FOURTH YEAR. Charles Cantrall Mary Eenhurs Lo1s Ann Westerberg and Drane Srekmerer THIRD YEAR. Kerth Etzen Maman Ghme Paul Oswald and Phylhs Severson. SECOND YEAR. Donna Frederlckson Marrlyn Severson LaRae Thovson and Sharon Yepsen FIRST YEAR. Barbara Osness and Bryan Abrahamson. mU5UlPiP Z TED NILSSEN 4 Sportsmanshrp Award sponsored by CIVIC groups. The loom Up MR. TWEED County Supt. 2 Q f . JN ' - GRADUATION ng. vi xzv 'V E555 f-'X 8? Lv Y W1 A NEW HIGH SCHOOL Forest C1ty Leland Commumty School d1str1ct voters turned out U1 record numbers durmg the month of November to approve a S605 OOO bond 1ssue by more than two to one In sprte of ra1n 2 005 voters came out to vote and a vote of 1 323 to 660 approved the bond lssue for construct1on of a new hrgh school blllldlflg. Twenty two ballots were sporled. Four propertles were later voted on to determme the s1te for the new project as one that would be favorable to the majorrty of people The s1te elected was the Hanson Buckley Erdahl property Poll Judges for the s1te vote were Mrs Oral Kmgland Mrs Jlm Hayes Mrs Roy Ons Mrs Frank Kamlsh Mrs John Schaeffer Arlo Johnson and Selmer Carlson. The bond xssue passed on the thlrd attempt was brought to a vote through the efforts of the Forest C1ty Leland PTA Forest C1ty Leland health councxl and the Forest C1ty Development. In response to pet1t1ons c1rculated, more than 500 persons slgned petltlons requestmg the vote At the prest tlme 189 students are attendmg classes 1n bulldlngs other than the actual school burldlng It rsatnbute to the school board, the supermtendent the commun1ty and educauon as a whole, to fmally realrze the necessrty and the reallty as each has progressed. Wtthout admxrustrators and supporters of the very deflmte needs IH Pducatlon the school could very posslbly have become a stagnant 1IT1DI'3CIlC31 thtng Good admlnlstratton has certamly placed the Forest C1ty Leland Communlty School rn the pos1t1on where It w1ll prove to be a benef1t and an asset to all who are assoclated wxth 1t. Most of all rt w1ll supply the need that has been accumulatmg through the many years stnce the or1g1na1 physlcal plant was con structed. We congratulate the school board Mr Van Horn the CIVIC groups and others who were res DOI'1S1b16 for helpmg to make a new and practxcal hrgh school a real1tyl 455, Mr Van Horn and Mr Mmdllng watch as test borlngs rn the sub soll are made NEW BAND UNIFORMS ARE BEING UNPACKED by faculty members and offrcers of the BAND MOTHERS CLUB, whlch purchased the umforms after a fund dnve ln the commumty Old blue un1forms used by the hlgh school bands for twenty years w1ll be retrred to use by the Jumor hrgh band INSTRUMENTAL BAND SOLOISTS D I Charles Cmtrall Barbara Osness DIV Il Mary Peters Sharon Gardner Myrna Feldman Kathryn Hove DIV III Jrm Jefson Darlene Mehus - PA TRONS The Forest Crty Leland Communrty Hrgn School wtshes to thank all those crvrc mlnded people who have so generously and conscrentrously expressed then rnterest rn then' young people and 1n therr school It IS rndeed graufymg to students and faculty alrke when they know that what has been done durrng the school year may become a permanent thtng as recorded rn an annual pubhcatron THANK YOU for your help' ANDERSON CLOTHING COAST TO COAST STORE CLAUSON'S STORE STOKKE PIANO TUNING M 8: N MOTORS OLSON FURNITURE FUNERA ELDER'S STUDIO DANIELSON S SUPER VALUE FOREST CITY HARDWARE DR. ALDER DR, SCHAEFFER EYMAN'S FLUGUM RADIO SERIVCE DR. C POTTER EUGENE MORRIS Insurance WEIBLE AND STIPP DR. D BROWN DR. HAYDEN HERB EIDE PRODUCE NELSON JEWELRY PINCKNEY DRUG DON R, ANDERSON O'DELL'S ROSE ALICE SHOP RUSSELL'S STUDIO RIVERSIDE CAFE JACK PETERSON AND SON HIGHWAY MARKET SAHR PRODUCE STRAND DAIRY G AND H MOTOR PARTS FOREST CITY GREENHOUSE HANSON DAIRY L HOME STANDARD SERVICE J Afvgf., X ,4, ' ' IV.: .: . . C .. . . -: l I I 1 I - O l - C ' . I I I 0 AND RATINGS Douglas Fosse BUNGALOW CAFE FOREST CITY MOTOR CO FORD SERVICE OLESON CONSTRUCTION CO PLETCHER S MOVING SERVICE FARMER S CO OP FOREST CITY CO OP OIL CO FOREST CITY CO OP CREAMERY ALLIED FARM EQUIPMENT GJELLFALD CONSTRUCTION CO FOREST CITY AUCTION CO LYNN S DEPARTMENT STORE JOHNSON S PHARMACY JACOB S STORE M. M. THOMPSON INSURANCE KLOSTER'S MARKET DR. 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