Forest Lake High School - Forester Yearbook (Forest Lake, MN)

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HUGHES These men have spent many long hours planning and working to make the Forest Lake school system a good one. Many people never stop to think just how much work goes into a joh such as this. ln the case of the Board of Education, these men have other jobs but serve -in this capacity as an extra part of their daily work. BOARD OF EDUCATION g 1 tb g. J.e1h M, M ll, H rv M, Hamlruin, Norton Y. Taylor, Herbert W. Engquist, Henning W, Engstrom, and J. A. Hughes. nr- I. 1. a FOREST LAKE PRINCIPALS 1 1.x ' flgi' fm 1 t i R FLOYD W COHOES MR HAROLDC MANLEY M . . s . . High School Principal Assistant High School Principal Bachelor of Arts degree from St. C l0ud Teachers Bachelor af Science and Master of Arts degree from College and graduate work at University of Minne- University of Minnesota. sota. MR. GEORGE J. SEDLACEK Elementary School Principal Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees from University of Minnesota. YIM 1 NIEINX X'xHI.I'N, I'r,:., 4 nr 43 'and HB5 .9- hi.. JEXNNPQTTE MARCOTTE, Grade School Secretary' 8 xi Ififf v' A f' H? fi' T in VXY DAMSCAHD and MYRIEL ALCOCK, Supcrintrndenfl Secretaries ROLLIN NELSON EDMVND GRFND Harhr-lnr nf Rr!-1 ulrgrvv from llni- Ha1'lu'lur uf Sri:-nvv nlvgrfwf frnm vvr-Aitw nf Hilun-win , . . Nluwir . , . lnivrr-wily uf Xhruu-viral. Duluth -Xnlv'ril'nll Hisham . . . liand Hmllvh . . . Sm-ial Frivllre' . . . l'1:-onmnix' Cvugraplly Rl SSHLI. RUSH Ylaslrr ul Hue-in .la-gr:-v fmm Hin- u.-1.,,..li- u.,1l.-g.- .4 uw. , . Runlimvnl- . , . tlhuir 1.015 HANLY 1,1-51.151 gwqx F4a"lH'l'-r 'If F"I"H"" f1'1:f1"' ff-"H lin.-lu-l--r .rf S.if-n..- 'lr-grvv frnm llllU'l"iilW nf NIIIHH'-1-Isl. IVHIHUI Inn.-r-in uf Nlinm-mm . , . Sunial Hmnrh , , , W"-rlel Hi-lnrx , . . Srmlxv- , . , Vflvrld Hinton' Nlatln-maliwi . , , Ihnm --f Curl-1 ' Nil RIEI. 'I'UWI,HR Bam-luv!--r uf S1-wnw dw-gr.-.v fr-vm :hr- IAnix-vreitv nl Xlirum-...Lu , . . Qhnrl lmnz! , . . Offlm- l'r.wlxu--1 . . 'lkping - Facult 9 I I' HUY Nil VNC rid.-i..'1.,f ,.f w...in..- .i.-uf.-P in Himnm ami i-in.....i p.i.....n.,,, , . . x1...i.-fx ii.-gm in H....n.i., ff, r.i.,.,.a rwii.-f. r,.,11.-g., . . . ci-H.-mi icuianm . . Tig-ing . . . -Xa-ixmnl lmarli CKETLHI-IN GOHlbNi-KY Barhviiir of Srivnif- :ivan-v frmn the- lnixr-rsnx uf Kiinnv-Nita , , . Huaim-N Rwlutinnx . . . Bunkkf-qiing min swim xi-u.min lim..-i.,f .,f f.i.-....- im.. ui..i..,1. sian- f:..ii.-,.- . Inilimrml An. KEYNI-1TH HXYSUN 8.11-hi-Inf nf is-if-:iw iii-gr:-1' fr-im I.n Cru--r Suu- 'IU-.nlu-rw C-ill:-gv . . . I'linu-:sl I-llninlifm . . . Fimlhall roach . . AN-i-lun! Tr.:--k rwniiii . . . Ilriu-rl Training RLYTH NIADAY Bach:-li.: nf Arn IWW frum xlaf-alpgm ciniiwp , Phyaifal Eiluralifin . . . Hefallh KERWIN ENGHLHART Barhelrir nf .Xrls from Hamline liiiversily' . , . Physical Education . . . Baskntball roach . . . Drivers' Training GEORGE VELTO Har-lielnr nf Srivnrr- dvgrz-v hum the l'nive'-rsily nf Minne- aiila , . , Eli Junifir Colle-ge' . . , Junior High Maths-rnalirs . . . Plum- Gr-uni.-Irv Facult KEITH NIARKLSON I Barlwlur of Fri:-nrv degree from zhf- lfnixeriity uf Mmnfwta , , . Cr-nr-ral Fri:-nre . . . Ainlio-Vi-ual , . Drivers' Training . . . Guidance ARTHI K NIEILENTHIN B.-if-hw-lur of Scinnm- degree from Mankato State Teachers Cnllfge . . . Nlawtrr of Arts llegree from L'nivPrsi!y of Nlinnr-ants . . . .luniur High Science HICHHHRT H-XRl'l'.H Bai-lu-lnr ul Si-is-ri:-v and Mast:-r's ulvgrees from l'nivL-rsity of Nlinm--Mita . . . llinlngy . . . Matlwlnatirs . . . Cnnservatiun CPQURGI-L NYM.-SN Bus-li:-lor of Sr'ie-In-v slr-grvn' from Sl. Clnuil Tearlwre Collegi- . . . Chr-inistry . , , Pliwivs . . . Plain- Geometry . . . il.,gi..'r Algv-bra C.-XLEN CHN Bachelor nl Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees from University of Minnesota . . . Science . . . Mathematics SHARON SANGER Bachelor of Scienre from Bemidji State College . . . Engliih ALICE WEGLEITNER Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Benedirt . , English . , . Social Studies t Pll,1'.'Nl'. lil NOP, fiadw-Lrr nf Xrl- frwm H.u:ln1c- lr.wr-lu , , Drcmvnllr- Facult XI XRY JXNE IIVXKLSON Bafhf-lur uf Suwrum- fmm lhmxlim- lmxersitx . . . English LOI.-X ORVI-IROIJ Bam.-1..f ..f bm- 41.ww.- fm., vl'dm.w.,,n 1.mmny, sf. Lum., xliwmf. , . Fngli-lx mm nmmx B64 11.-1.,f .,f m. .1.-,H-.X fmn. LW.-f.,1. .,f x1m,,..,,,la. xmlun, Branuh . . , s.M...1 rm..-, , 4 A p,,l,1i5h PAUL K AFFERTY Ba.-r..-1.,f uf An, .lf-grew frnm sf, 'Ih-,mae lfullvge , Englhh - . . I,a!1n . . . Jffurlmlzsn. THEN CARPEYILR Bafh.-11.1 4,1 An- fifgm- frwm .aupbufg cgnllpgf- , Llbruim THOXI,-X5 G,-XLYIN Bafhv-lur nf Art, frnm St. Thoma- f.fflIPgf: . . English J A 9 N. :J A . iif.1t:l5a'1' W 1' ' .-ff " Q ' lf rlltRlfS'I' li XY U-"'l1"1"r f-f Ffi'-111+ 'If-uf---V from Mankato blatf- T'-nfhere ff"ll"u" . . . Art . . . lnllu-mal Xrtk . . . Drivers' Immun Facult RXNHINX XULKXIXNY lla:-lu-lnr ul Eflut-.utifm fntm Vi-wtmltx Fmtr- llnllf-gr nl o.l.k.,4. . . . R.-W-,1a..1 1c,...m.g NIHHA Cl'1I!'l'll5 lS.ut-lnwlnr 1-I Sf-xr-ru-w fl.-grwv from tht- lniwr-.ity .J Nlnuu-mm . . . llumf- l-Q:-un mir- RXYXIOND KI'I.BElQK llmluv-lm -f Svivnrf- 414-gl.-v from tlur l'niwr-in nf Xlinnv- -mln . . . Farm X1--1-lmruifw . . . High Sdn-ml and kflult kgrif-nlturp Fl ORFQYCE KI.lNKRl'iYl H9 llavlmvlfnr uf Arts :lr-grew' frum 5t, Olaf Cullf-gr . . Hume' lfrmwlxm-4 LEE SXXDXGER l'3.u'hr'lnr uf Scienrv and Master of Science degrees from l'nixf-rsity of Nlinnewta , , . FFA , . . Vocational -Kgrivnlturc' RL'SSlfl.L HAMMOND Bulxt-ltrr of Ani tlf-grvr from C-'llt-gv . . , lnmluslrul Arte Mankato State Teachers FALL 'X HYGEI. tr-Hull.. from ax lvrigzhtly lighted footlnzill fivld. farms'-rs and INf'ft'llLlIll9 outing: turkox on u windy day. tht- f1fIHI13Sll1IIl opvu latv ut night xshilv pluy' practive glfvos on. tht- sound of ll lvzmd. maroon and gold cr:-ptr paper. students grazing longxingly out of windows at the last warm days for awhilv. Pivtures of pumpkins and cornstalks in grade- sohool windows. students studying hard for their first six-weekis tests. classes husy decorating floats in the agriculture huildirigz. the hright gold maplf- trees outside the old high school huildiug. studffnts damning in the vafetfiriu on Hallmwmi night. Yes-itis fall. 'mv W . mr few-3.33 wif? 0 . fe ,v P US -wwg' rf' + Go :r,,r . SP- K 'IE 3' , QQQIQEEGE-S' L On the gloomy afternoon of Novemher 1. Forest Lakes eleven met their match in a hig. rugged Minneapolis Southwest squad. With the winning touchdown play being called hack in the final seconds. down the drain went the Rangers' dreams of a high state rating and an unheaten record of an unprecedented schedule of nine games. With a nucleus of last year's conference champs hack. Coach Hanson whipped them into shape early and they showed their promise with a 33-T pasting of the highly-regarded St. Paul Park eleven. Following this they nosed out a hig tihisago City squad 1-1-T. Really knuckling down to husiness after this scare the Rangers started conference play. They overpowered North Branch 23-6 and delighted the old grads as they "Seratched the Cats" with a Homecoming victory over Rush City's Tigers. 20-U. Moose Lake and Lindstrom-Center City were dashed into the turf of Ranger Field hy scores of 42-6 and -17-T. setting the stage for the final hattlc at Pine City. at which the Dragons were crushed 12-ll. giving FL another con- ference championship. The next game was the fateful invasion of Southwest. Going down like champions, the Maroon and Cold fought back with 27 points featuring Evgenis 99 yard return of a kick-off in the second quarter to take the lead. But the home team pounded hack and scraped hy. 31-QT. ln the finale. the Hangers toyed listlcssly with St. Michael. winning 27-13. to put the thirty mark on a spectacular season. EAST CENTRAL CONFERENCE CHAMPS AGAIN! r alt A 4 1 h kv-lx H.xu--fn .mwl rw-r.upl.1xvxi Kvn Skwglml 1111 Ii rt rw en r.l!v-gy ll.-fnrv 1h.- sz. - - Xiu hurl gann- 4 1 wx! v .mx 1 ON THE GRIDIRON . 5 ts 'x 1 Qu.xrl0rbark ,lim Trud'-an ram-vu fur a gum! gum in the- n.,m1-.-..ma..g Kam. Halfback BPI! Expf-n smashrs through the Iuwvring rm-my line' wxlh a blfmk from Rub Crunk m Ihr- sl--und pe-rind of the Smlthwvut 4-onlf-sr that sham-rm! FII- H gama- mn streak. I8 Ignc-rm: Khe gaping hols- made by Kiln Skwg1und's 433+ blmk. fullback Bob Crunk Huth rircled ball! plum! thr'-P jiush Liu dz-fr-ndr-re 1-v--r the goal line uhh him 1-Y M'-ure six mf FL! 20 puinr tvftal in mhz- Hnnmcfmxing ull. 1' v by .1 w -.. 5-vi . rf' 'r .- . 1" A g Q x , gs. 3 A QUEEN SUSPENSE! Who will H be? Co-Cap- +ains Evgen and Skog- lund peek. IS CROWNED 20 REWARD! Beri' and Ken earned I+, for Rangers led a+ fhe half-+ime, 20-0. KATHY! Queen Ka+hy Spescha is preHy even when weep- ing wi+h joy. Wlmz lnaplwm-ll? Cuaf-In--4 Kr-ruin 1inpl4-lmrl. K+-n Hanson, and John S1-hunmcher bhow shack, dii- ulf-nburr, and runff-rxtrxxliun as Hwy, alnng with int:-rvsterl :pr-rlutors, nlrifrvst action at the fur 1-nfl of the fwlfl . M, 5 V ,Q m, 1 W. ,Mfgg ,577 ' - ' f I , ' , , - .- . , W .:,V .,..,,J,',V,,4,, ',A,,3jfg5jL V. I- 1 K, , N., -1. wif-'V ' lnturwl .ll lin Illuxnplmnl Ifmuwf-uxlxxrmg :1.nu'v- fwllmung llw Iinnpvrw' 20-0 xwlury arf- Ihr- fvwlixilitw' mul rx ht. llulln lx--r--nv IK:-s Ixlf-r, QW"-n hnllmy Fpverlm, lhwlv H.m-hum, .mul Kalhy Gilvha, lu I VU m sz .--7 ,,. -4 f ,. lff?-I f iff' :1JM.L.Lqn 5 '1 Q7 ,Q G., X, xr! A JK Y I 5 ! 'vs "7 A O 1 Q 'x Q' . Y. N ' .5 9 OUR TOWN 3 P X xc-rx 1mpreQ1x0 and thoughtprmnkln IJFCQCHISIIOYI well deicrllme Ihorntun W llrlf r Our 'Imsn Q ec In t cm r 4, Nos cmber 6 an lung an mt rare Qllff auf 1 ssaQ led through the e 1 fum wsltncwmg the h0peQ dream f them the xoung lox? no of thffm n 1 Qome of them death In Qome vsaw thes were Qhoxsn tho fru tra lon and futlhtw of hfe I t m th th I act the audlence au the Ihlllg that Inu rc 11 xaluc ln hfe Thex obwrxed the fternxl un deritanfhng and Qence of fulflllmvnt Sstllfh the dead avsarted Cat rf Our Town left to right laurel Wlathe un tW1r Cxbb 5 Jolt-en Cfvsle 4RebPCCaP fem Ca e flir Glhb 1 Rlck Pepln fCeorge!. ,I1m Ntanek lN1m0n Qtxm on! Cordy gchmuck fjoe Qrowelll John Nmzth lqtage Nlanagerj Janice Qahlm Mfrs qoamev Bob fllflk 4Cvn table Warren! D1ane Thurnhrck Wir Webb! Daw Rlvne-Il flfdxtor Webb? Tom Fpry 1Wally Webb! Janet Johnson tbrnilvl. 22' OF SCHOOL LIFE . . Audio-Visual Student Council Future Farmers concessions club PED CLUB choir girls afhlefic association FORESTER Future Homemalkers Outside activities interest many students and help make school more enjoyable. There are organizations that should interest every student, whether he enjoys blowing a horn, or singing, selling popcorn, setting up a PA system, learning better home and farm methods, writing, acting, bowling after school, or cheering for the home team. 23 ff' if . .., 2- N Ftrs! ron, lvl!! tw righl: Jnnly ll-inlv-, Uv-:lv llamlyiiin. Joan Hmm'-rt, ,Innate ,li-lin-on, lie-lu llawl.zn-.tn. Mtffml ron. s Richard Hutlin, fiialina 'furnqui-t, Xlaxis .t1'ltlnvr. lJ.xrl-nv Pearson. .lanive bnhlin, X1-xl llanm, llianr- Ol-on, Third mir: Bonnie Smia. Kun-n Nlanrrolt, Nui:-x Iwi'-rwii. lam-I Xml:-r-our rn-un l't-pin. Tom Bow.-ns. Kan-n Kruf-gt-r. ll-'an Stvvlinun. Holi Mnnrlimisf-. fruulh mn: linux Min. Nlmi-vii I'-inn-4-vw, lhnirl Xl'tL--vin. I,lt-5-l W.-t. Slmion Xml--r-nn. Kay Fnglir, Kan-n F X1lK.NIl,N4IN, lt.t-1-llm'-1-ii VY , X oi CONCERT Une of the most energetiv organizations at Forest Lake High Svhool is the Forest Lake High School Bancl under the clirertion of Nlr. Rollin Nelson. Their maroon and gold uniforms have heen a familiar anfl enjoyable sight at programs and festivities rluring the year. Whether it be basketball or football games. homecoming or gradua- tion. they always have a part in it. Besides concerts flur- ing the year. the liantl playerl for the ceremonies at the opening of Highway 0' liven during the summer they are husy playing converts and marching in the Fourth of July and Nlemorial llay parafles. Fm: mu, ld: 111 nghlx Mary I-Qllrn H,ipk.i, P41 fflnm. Jimnnf- shin,-k, Nix'--y Xxgr.-ii, Svufrifl mn: llnrnlxu Ihinm, Gail Xnvlermn, Laurel Matheson, Virginia llupunl. Rav Hqllln-rg, Jmly Brin:-, Jean Stanck. liunicr Lumlquist, Tlzinl mu: Clyde Swrnson, Clyde Rvlllwin, Jnvk Bf'nh.ivn, Jim Slanvk, IM-nnis ,Inline-un, lim Rolmill-lull. Nlil-lm:-l Cai!-v. E11 51-:ll.J1'r-k, Dave- Srlialz, Fran Sclilaf-pw. Kirk l'4-pin. fvfrulfz mu: Xrlxn Twlnnann, Kvn Jvlin-nn, lil Dupri: l'.ml l'llrr'n!f-nu, ll BAND Q Y I .3 y 'xygx u ni' gl livin xx "X if if .uv Ekhlaul. John Fflf-, .lulm Smith. 111111 mu : Kathi CAM., Xlr. Ni-lawn. Can Blu'-n. L8 l N AP' ,. I if ffl' uw M' , 'T wfg .... 1 F 4-1. 'Y' 'f' Q bfi-1 1 FOREST IAKE MAJORETTE5- Lvff zu nghf: llmnv Warm-r. Di.1u-- Thurnli.-ck, Valerie Dupri-, Peggy Lehman ,- f. ,u -v Ur, ll 'rm .1 tr, Sl, Llnud 5l.xh- 1.,11.-gf Lmd rlmrlwr U Hu 1 rl v musxx gn I-.mi -Imrr IMI' 0 sharp apr-wur.1l14v nf KIM- fr-rm rank rf lrffnmbmu--. ,. arm-rrtaah-,I In lhwir in- lmk. 26 FALL BAND w w, P hr-rv hw: full, Nlajurvlln-1 Diane' Warner and Diane' Thumbeck, Drum Major Yalvrle Dupre. .md twirlvr Peggy Lehman are shrmn before the start 11" Honu-r-uning parade. 2 W , , , Wwf"" 1 ' 'iff-'V 5 f!'f4,'h":" fin? ".4'7f. 1-2.11 'wi Wk.'i', ' A dis? 55293 4p:gy?4Q??fKe,w'25'ii,,Q-?7 ffgf , - ,v fm: ,Lf1v?-Q 43431, fy-.zfrfzbpiirfa 'zlblffffggf-pf4fg,wj'?-if' Bing- ff- -1 pe, Q' ,f Q r f ,L M f, 1 ' 3 .,,a.1a,,r,, A , 05ww'..fN W ' f fy 'L ,ff 2 ' . f:,,,,f., hr 5 . .., ., qt, fit ,Q CZ- were iiiii ' ' 'W u jr .wl ,X .fff f Q.- 14-me 'c -e THE F.F.A,-Fin: row, left to fight: Leon Nluellner, Paul anderson, Franklin Nonlin, Robert Lindgren. Raleigh Carr, Bantn. Second row: Alfred Nliron, Clyde Swenson, Roy Johnson, Myron Lindgren. .Xllrn Allan Gunderson, Neil Klinefelter, Ken Waha, Mr. Sandager, Advisor. Third mu: John Dagastino, Dean Peterson, Don Palmer, Gene Lernux. John Palmer, Dennis Brown. Fourth row: Bill Cournoyer, Dan Carlson, Corcly Schmuck, Don Husnik, Dick Kline- felter, Bob Bodine, Norm Perreault. Fifth row: Delmar Branum, Mike Schroeder. Bob Iasinski, Ray Young, Turn Hollihan, Dave Rignell. , FARM S Or , "Xnynm- for .i lmir--nt?" The Fall Festival. the joint F.F.A.-I-'.H.f't. parties. the trip to Kansas City. lending a hand to a inenilmer in neefl. the public speaking contest and parliamentary proceclure competition. the annual PFA. hanquet where yearlv awards are given. and the state PFA. convention in Niav. Perhaps the busiest organization in school is the Forest Lake Future Farmers of America. Their activities run throughout the year. helping mold the farmers of tomorrow, The local chapter has received both state and .,, -.-Q ' national recognition during its twenty-two years of ex- istence. Chapter Sweetheart, Diane Thurnbeck vs 52 2 Iwuz H..11.11...k. HM mm. H..,. m, 1,,HL...: n.f,,..gh nw r.F.x.'s Iran-xl ,4- 'IHE GRLl'.N1i1.NIPN In-1 run, lwjf 1,1 NMI: E411 li.x.1vfy. Charlv- N-rr-lm, K'-n llufrwm-, Larry Carlwn. I.arrx Hd-tmm, Wann- Nlumlx, M- fuzfl run .' Pun Ifaxrw-H1113 Uarrxl Ylxurrxlrvrk. Crvuwry Cu-rmiluv, G1-nf' H1-:gm-l, IJ-frmlfl Yin-lk, Turn rlringvr, Thru! mu .' Vhltf-r Ihlpmut. Donna- Hn--rf-rv, H'-rnarul Knuff, Lux:-n l'nb4'rg, Dvnniu Galnblv, ifayl Jvnivn .Min-ur Imf- 531111.19-r 1- at rxghl, 1 :I 'S ,Q-. I L. 1. 14, L i ' 4 -n ., .4 .-J qvff 4.4-1- IO' .sg 1 'Q-f-' 44 Q l Lelz to right: Mary Can, Misha:-l Rardun, Sharon Case, Carole Chnshnnson Charlotte Case G.A.A KW: N? 'I ixt4?' 1 4 ef '. 1' all .----"" , '-4205 BREEZE Last year's BREEZE editors, Janice Sahlin and Rick Pepin, head the paper again this year with the help of Mary Lynn Martz, who fills the new post of Assistant Edi- tor. Lay-out, headline writing, story assignments and rewriting are the jobs of the editors, with the help of Advisor Mr. Rafferty. Popular portion of the weekly paper are the uRustling Leaves" column and Mary Lynn's cartoons and drawings. rgprsntx M-. sh ' Included in the picture are Darlene qimmon Alice Sandberg Carol finder on Kay Fu lie Kay Hallberg Judy Brine Janice Qahhn Mary Lynn Nlanz Bonnie Sona Niarlys 'Vlarier Gail Ander on Karen Qtoke Judy Houle Varilee Cohoe Ginny Dupont Mary Lou Dupre Jim qtanek John Qmn Rick Pepin and Qharon Ander on 32 ar E5 Mft Sgr!! meg lk FORESTER Working hard to meet publishing deadlines. this yfrar's editors Judy Houle. Nlarilee Cohoes. and John Smith spent long hours laying out pages. writing and typing eopy, selecting pictures to he used. and Copy reading. W'ith a new type of lay-out and a different type of rover. this year's hook made a departure from former FLH5 annuals. The staff hopes that you enjoy the 1958 FORESTER. l.fy1 ru rzghlq l'.,4 Pkmml, Xgm- lkmin. l.1n-Ln li4...k. s Ah COGKS Ta.. I '-'X .9 -.lx 'QM ,--N .....-fi.. H .. 'Aw KT.. .Q -4 43.1 A LIBRARIANS no V4 Hphz: I'lun-nw I..-llms, Crum- Xlnia'rNu1, Inga brluunil. man. Lvl: If, rxghl: Mrs. llarpenier, Uclgres Sexson, Judy Febr- , M fu , gfiflgifj " fi ' Qi , V 9 Q' f 5 , H -4 K ff? 'Eg 1 , . f , gli , , PM A fn: 4 hi ,Q , M ,.... Q 4 1 ,gm 904 i .- a X wa hrs! mu Karen No e Judy Vvillmni Tltn V1 tue lliane Ward, Carol Owen-, Janice Sahlin, Darlene Sinnnons. Strand mu Jean nck Nur- noni nc nn nw Dnmxin. Kathy Hur-h, Kay Fupliv, Mary Lynn Hartz, oannc Stanek Third rou C rn Rxonx 'Xian Lllen Hatha. Joyce Gulascli, Judy lloule, Nariry Npgren. Imrox- Os!-fr, ,aut-r Jim Sue-nenr nn ickclson Fourth lou lx nneth Johnson, Don Bantai Bob William. Douglas Iiigm-ll. Kar:-n Linder the instruction of its new director. Mr. Russell Rose. the choir this year learned lnreath- ing techniques and spent part of each rehearsal on developing lmreath support and resonance. One of the high spots of the choiris year was their Concert as part of Wilson High Schools Christmas program at Wilson just before the holiday season began. After being treated to a lunch by their hosts. the choir returned to Forest Lake in time to participate in our own Christmas program that afternoon. .W, X, flu! mu, lvl! In rlghl: juan lilmm-rl, De-nl" Humlrum, Sandra Cul: .xrun U Janifr- juhusun. S111 mul mu: ,lulvn-n Llmlv-, Ile-xvrly lllzwlvl-ki, Laura Nh umm Dum llmrnln-lk. Jam-I Iwhrxfmx, Fm- Iilwmlxz, Kathy Gmlub-. Iunv Olwager. T In mu 'Vlarxi Xlaru-r, liurlxvz' I.u:14fqui-t. Gul Xmlwxwn, Huy Lum Hartz. Karffn lr umm Sluwk. Nancy Nygr.-n, Klux Ill n Hwykx RUM- fu-xmhaxuf, Nizarxlve' KI-fh-me am Kim-.1 lllwxk hw mu, iffy: :U ughl: Mmm Nxgrrn, Judy Hwulw-, 1.aursflMallw-lm. Knlhv Gxlnb-1, Jamffi Sahlm, Second mu J.m Slanrk, 'Ium Fwy. Ihfk Pr-gun. 38 ENSEMBLES 3 4-1 XJ y "M J , Y, X. Ng, ' if ,Mash if 4 ... I 'Lk-Q A ' ,if I ek M: A , 44 5 ' ,, I ,V 1 i' Ring . . . f 'W ,, 1' '.K2,,y4f,x, , V A' xv' U 'W an . SKS? 'J 2, f X 126 14 f 4 .v , : 'w f ' ' . .. 4,7 51 V " A V ,V ,www-L., Ah! V54 ez. - it A 1423 . I M w ,ff Sai . ,L V n I' WINTER i BASKETBALL, 's7-' w Forest l.ake's young basketball squad. with only three seniors in the top twelve. could not find the consistency they needed and were beaten in the semi- finals of the sub-district tourney. Losing five games by a total of only 10 points. the Rangers finished with a l2-T su-asonis record. Their record of H-el was good enough to give them third place in the South Conference of District 25 standings. They opened the season with two impressive wins and a rough loss to St. Paul Wilson. 5-1-32. ln the first conference game. the locals romped over a highly regarded Rush City quint T5-50. Vnable to get a streak rolling. the Maroon and Gold dropped one over Christmas. won two. were upset by Chicago. won two. lost two. won four. and lost the con- ference finale to North Branch. conference champs. 67-64. ln the opening round of the sub-district. the Rangers drew a bye and got Taylors lfalls. who they had beaten soundly twice before. in the semi-finals. As was the case many times throughout the state. the underdogs rising to the occasion coupled with the 'favorites playing poorly resulted in the Rangers being uncerernoniously dumped 58-57. R 1- 0 nv lmnz mu. IMI lo riyfil- Paul 'Ra--nuts-wi. Zig Kauls. GQ-nr La-1-, Herr Eng:-n, Gale Berggren, Greg Pepin, Buck mu: Coach Engclharl, Don Zak, Juris Kauls, Art Br-rglund. Hob la-in-ki. Gerry Karl. Ken Skoplund, Gt-rr, Has-wlhauer. Daw Iikblanl. 1Not pictured are Kick Pepin and Harm Kauls.l 42 ACTION y Q i, I s W Hi? L I till Q uv ff Rf-rggrfn wnnnhl'-N with lnur l,nnl-lrnrn Bnllllnv- f-Ir nr-N.-.qfnl at th., W L4ltt'll'f the guielanw- nf luhn S1'llUIllLlt'lIt'f. thv '37-'Sli "B" rtllllitl hail une- ul' its must Suvvesiful if-asuns aS it rulnpecl tu a li-l rf-cmrml. Cmnpletf-ly flmninating all Confflrenr-Q t'UIlllJf'llllUll. the team ran up a- l2-0 slate. Their unly iiuni-mnifvrmicff dclfeat was a 35-33 mvrtime clef-isinn tu Ft. Paul WvllitblllI1thEll1lfClg3Il1t'0flll6S93SOIt. Leading sm,-nrerf fur the season were Juris Kauls lwho was lmrought up tn the squad the- last part nf the season aml Qtartml thi- lait ganwv anrl Billy Xl11rel1f'a1l.Uthf'r Startvrs wer? lark l,igl'ltfo0t. Kan hlltlt"fPHll. anfl Mike Tre-panivr. " " TEAM Cennplvtingz the- mate-r mare' llaw 5tanlxiexsi1-z. Nlilw Casvy. Uivk Kunshivr. Vtarrvn Kunshivr. Cari Zak. Chri- Matlnn. llif-k flulmvf. Nliln Fliulverg, Bill. 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On these students rests the responsibility for establishing a class reputation, breaking records established by former classes, and forming new policies which will smooth things for up-coming classes. 49 gddd fum Quad, ll zoom 112 50 Front row left to nght Darlene Pearson Trm Robmson Dennxs Johnson Carolyn Bama Sharon Pearson Judy Brme Nancy Peterson Evalma Turnquxst Second row Bom Avery Susan Pepm karen Stoke Carol Anderson Betty Hawkm on Dean Steelman Karen Krueger Thzrd row Vlfglllla Dupont Jean Stanek 'Vlary Ellen Hapka Mans Stcltzner Kay Fuglle Kay Hallberg Joanne Stanek Clyde Rehbem Fourth row Lloyd Wet Ken Johnson Rnchard Rudm Joe Helm Eddle Dupre Clyde Swenson Call Anderson Jack Benham Fifth row David McGovern Karen 'Vlarcott Bob Nloorhouse Arlyn Tolzmann Pat Schatz Bonny Sovla Tom Bowen Mnke Ca ey Front row left to rrght Bette Bums Janet Erxck on Judy Fehrlnan Allce Sandburg Donald Reese Second row Donald Cook Davld Kammerer Donald Palmer Rlchard Johnson Dlck Stark Thzrd row Paul Rasmussen Gene Sternberg Robert Lee Ja ln kr John Stexro Danny Carlson . 5 , , t v 1 7 Y ' '. 1 Y s. , s , , . 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Second row: Nancy Webb, Mary Jo Drummond, Marlys Marier, Bev Ciesielski. . A , . 5- . U: v . . , , y . ' . , . . , ' s . ': , , 's ,I .A , , . I .' . I . y - , , , s . S First row, Iejt to right: Ruth Palmer. Judy LaBelle, Marie Levine, Carol Ekblad, Judy Williams. Second row: Tom Parenteau. John Laurie. Renee Wyman, Henrietta Gregoire, Sharon Behm, Daniel LaCoursiere. Third row: Wanda Donovan, Darlene Norton, Russell Wittman, Leon Muellner, Paul Anderson. Fourth row: Larry Robinson. Toni Dubois, Richard Muller. Tom Mills, Dale Pederson, Jack Lightfoot. Fifth row: Mike Schroeder. David Franzen. Larry Ball, Dennis Gustafson, Bob Bodine. Qaeda I0 zoom 114 First row, -left to right: Kathy Heisler, Dick Kunshier, Warren Kunshier, Lloyd Bergstrom, Henry Gregoire, Judy Aleock. Margie Schmidt. Second row: Mary Lou Carter, Sandra Cote, Dorothy Johnson, Karen Gamache, Nicole Ott, Sharon DeLong, Liliane Kauls, Linda Johnson. Third row: Barbara Allen. Allen Gunderson. Marlene Jensen, Paula Brust, Raylyn Becker, Judy Mortenson, Janet Iverson. Fourth row: Mary Ann Loveless, Judy Culasch, Joyce Gulasch, Janice Grundhofer, Pat Anderson, Gary Nelson, Darlene Carlson, Gloria Grubbs. Fifth row: Mona Duraine, Joy Jasinski, Karen Deskins, Mary Lou Dupre, Allen Broadbent, Dean Larson, Clifford Bergeron. First row, left to right: John Duncan, John Houle, Barbara Strecker, Betty Lou Waha, Karen Strandberg. Mike Trepanier. Carolyn Booren. Sharon Peterson. Second row: Sharon Rodgers, Sandy Olson, Mary Oberg, Joy Ramsden. Carol Sandstrom, Karen Reiter, Karen Berglund. Third row: Rae Ann NIeKittrick, Nancy licKittrick, Jerry Gerlich, James lstvanovich, Robert Lindgren, Bob Shoberg, Franklin Nordin. Don Dow. Fourth row: Bob Schlaeger, Gerald Anderson. Marlyn Proulx, Leon Erickson, Dave Larson, Bob Shogren, Dean Haynes, Jim Dupre. Fifth row: LeRoy Robinson, illuvs Kauls, Ken Anderson, Duane Boyer, Alfred Miron, Dave Stankeivicz, Bill Morehead, Ken e esseur. 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Quad: 7 zoom 223 Qaeda 7 zoom 225 56 --.,a Ftrst row left to rtght Robsrta Stuard Vary Ann Hagelbauer Sharon Yot Dougla Anderaon Wm ton Peter cn Rc 1d DuLar Serond rou Nlary Nlontam Jxm Rehbexn John XIITOD Ronald Carl on Dlerdre Lellman Judy Bergum Drane Drummond Third row Pete Nlatlon Raymond N611 on Dennl Nwrtter John Korh Rlehard John ton Barbara Rodger Fourth row Le he Grubb Alrce Anderaon Judy Lampbell Dlane Danmger Ernest Swrtzcr Elaine Erlck on Dranna Booren Fztth row Donald Lrndgren YY ayne Houle Judy Granholm Jxm Broadbent Jerry Handley Carol Oelke First rou lett to right Joan Carl on Eugene Anderson Andy Kauli Nancy Prex ler Rxcky Caruer Carolyn Bowman Adelle Groe beck Second rou, Drck Lunde Glen Mrlet Anthony Kotlarz Denms Strandberg. Danny Witham Sandra Waldo Robert Dupont. Third row: John Hiland, Carol Lareon. Loren Nickel-on. Karen Bernt.-on Cheryl Moody, Judy Smith. Charleo Hammond. Fourth row: Sandra Marie-r, Gloria Robineon, Carol Zak, Ralph Hyde, Jim Preiner, Kenneth Broadbent. Fifth row: Gerry Wahlquist. Jim Taylor. Mike Schatz, Karen Houle, Norma Danks, Grace Anderson. Rodney Erickson. Flrst row left to rzght Vernon Thompcon Peter Fd trom Larol Halley Nancy Dickey ,Ioan Bond Second rou Ronald Ram den Davrd Degendorftr Donn ,lohnfon John Wlorrts Nlary Hel ler Drane Wmch Third rou, Su an Renard Stew 'Nhller Duane Knut on Arme ba lm Nlary 'Nla low kr Fourth rou, Phvlll Amund on Kathleen Laurle Barbara Glenn Kathleen Kluender 'Nancy Nordlund Nlarlwnn Bartu ch Fifth rom Robt rt Swan tn Wxrglnla bteltzner Pat fhrr ten en Dram llranum Ronald Bowen First rou left to nght Dale Kun hrer Nlary Ether Banta Kenny Helm Nu an 'Ne ke Nlary O terbauer Dorothy Boyer Second rou Gan Nhller Drane Autew Paulette Shelander Candy Proulx John Cournower Nllchael Ott -Klan Nlaranulle Third rou Barry Farwer ,lame Jacob Nhlte Taflmger Dean Thomp on Daud Bezek LeRoy Qchmldt Fourth rou. hncent Nlon on Joe Brut Peter Kaul Quzanne Gabrlclt Judy Nlartz -Xnne ,Ienuwme Jimmy Xale Filth rou, Nlarx Ca e JoAnn Brrr Joan Haar ,Iulxe Werner E ther Yanderpa Harney Strecker Qaeda 7 zoom 572 Qaeda 7 foam 325 57 l w .5 5 1 4 f '- M 1 - -w - 5 1 4 " . ' s , , s,, ' 's',. '.s's'. 'Y I 'SA S . V. ' . ,sl 'L . . ,' S . 4' ': - ' Sv, 'A "' l' . Q 'S 5 , ' - , ' s. ' ', ' ' : s' , . ' 5 , ' ' , Q S r' s ,. 5 . ' ' - 'f ,' - . s u fu v , " ' , s , ' , 'a . ': ' . s , s, s.a ' '. .. ' , ' j ' . ': . j 5 , . . v f - 1 v 1 5 Sv ' - ilcher Jim Trudeau warms up before the game. SPRING .K gykcrfll , 'fy Definitely the school s buslest tlme of yeal brings the prom, baseball, music contests Class Play, speech contests Career Day, e banquets, final exams, the awards progr. sun-filled days. Springfever, the bane of teachers, mounts 1 until Commencement, the climax of the sch brings summer and three long months andfor rest for students and faculty. 2 fa A lypical Aprxl day in mid-Fehrxxarv brxngq Izwlyn UI-nn. IM,.m-- Ihurnhv'-k, Nlaxk Fwefrlsm. am enjoy the sun. Yirw-if v-.1.rwr J1n..-.- r.aH1.w nz.-rww.. rv- V rvntlx rhugf-n Boy-' and Guns' Flaw :vp rmenlahvw Lxggy Kaul-1 and Darlxrw Nm, mnns. Standing bvhind tlx--m ary- alt:-rnatf-Q Q Unk Rudzn ami Maxis Slvlrluf-r, K X. .2- 'rs' L S1 XNEIX RICK IEPIN SCHOLARSHIP LEADERS CLASS OF 1958 hy 1. 'E 1+- Shl b W? ll Ch BbC BASEBALL - '57 Coaeh llal llaslxins' lmsf-hall llungers finishefl their eonferenee slate with a 3-1 rewrcl. This put them in u three way tie for first plaee anfl the two herths in the Distriet 25 tourney at Hinckley. Lindstrnm. Center City won their first with a flip nf the coin ancl Pine Citx' grahhecl the other spot hv sneaking past the Rangers 3-2 in ll? innings. Witll eight letternien returning. tht- squaclis ehanees for this season look pretty bright. These returning are: Bert Evgen. Greg Pepin. Terry lleirn. Zig Kauls. Dave .. , , lfkhlacl. Jim lleisler. Gene Sternherg anml Jim Trudeau. I 'l" li' M" front mu: Gr:-gg Pepin. John 5lvwgl1n.l, Jw Tr-'r-.inifr. llfxin Wk.-s. .l--rry F.-lf-in, 'Ilrrx lleixn, ,lim lieisler, 'livul Ulsnrl. Second row: Coach Hal Haskins, Leon flritksnn. Bert Iixgen, Inn Trinleau, Dcne Ekblml, Gene Stffrnbf-rg, Glenn Larson, Zigg Kauls, Bub Moorhead. 1 4 2 2 lr-rr-. llv-im tugs jim Irt.l4-.ii .is ln- -lnlf-s in, ulnlv Bert 4 A The FLHS thinclads had a case of 'fsecond place-itisi' last spring in the big year-end meet after compiling a final record on the season. ln the District 25 meet the Rangers were edged hy Pine City by one-half point. but they qualified six members for the Region VII meet in Hibbing. They were: Cary Houle, dis- cusg Gale Berggren, hurdlesg John Skoglund, 220 and 100 yard dashesg Ken Skoglund, -140 yard dashg and Bob Cronk and Norm Grubbs, who with the latter two made up the 880 yard relay team. Although losing again to Hibbing by one and one-half points, john Skoglund and the relay team qualified for the state by virtue of first-place finishes. Ftrs: rou Ielz to nghl John Skoglund Harold Carr Bob Morehouse Dave LeVesseur, LeRoy Osterbauer, David btankievitz Juris Kauls Second rou tecil Roger Cords Qchmutk Norm Lascliinger, Gene Leroux, Norm Grubbs, Hugh Hebner and Ken Skoglund Third you Luaeh Yxc Hubal Can Houle, Cale Berggren, Herman Kauls, Mark ram! 1 pygmy Lu IQEST , 4,3 If Q Nwvwnk' jfw- 'QM-21,4 4, fri? wx' A 4-4. ff - f' in ww? 4f',5zgWf"'sssvffC45yfZ'-13,1 fy ,741 ff ' i 'VQSW3' I "T ,, ,f,,,f2,:, f: V afvfg, fm g , 4 V1 . mia: . 0 'f v'JAf',WAf W " ,- f A ' ' 4 2' zf 4? Q3 , . YQ? 2 X39 9 ' ' X, mg ww , , ,A any 4, ff M, ,, , W Wg, .V 'W WZ' w 41 ui 'lx :ii ,, , im, 2,,'5w.Mfw4if , ?2f.,..,gf,f ,W Wm x ,Jagfs -W ffzfwiz, 'L W.- Q 45 .WmfYg,,,f, k,fPqg'59fyaM4'E4!zWlvywf'2"'9VQfh rwfwmr -,4f'4ff W If 3, 9431 ' f. amz, nf-, ,wf lf ff rum' , wr-5 ,-,.,Q . 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Jun H'-1-I--r, Llnim- Fahlin 54, I.:-fl Io fighl: Mark Swenson, Janirc Sahlin 6 0 e mmpwrtanceco enngliammestw Rick Pepin. as John Wlorthing awaits his cue backstage in last yearls Junior Class play, which was directed by Mrs. Dmnia Bolton. with Joyce Duncan as student assist- ant. fa Wx P" E' ,' 5111 ,Q Making advances to- wards Cecily floleen Cowlel is Earnest Worth- ing llohn Smithl who is really Algernon Mon- crieff in disguise. 66 ur ownw Chemistry Higher Algebra Prom "Scratch the Cats" 'gaccafauzeale Office Practices C ommencemenf Slwdluusd Central Conference Champs One of the nicest things about being a senior is the feeling of excitement and wonder inside him as he tries to guess what the future holds. The high school senior enjoys a pe- culiar and enviable position all his own . . . one in which he is not yet dependent upon himself for support, he has a wide circle of acquaintances, few regrets, and everything to look forward to. 67 VERNA MAE ALLISON . .. For we that live lo please muxt please ln live . . .FHA . . . GAA . . . Pfp Club . . . Junior Play Crew . , . Student Librarian . . . Hall Monitor . , . Forester . . . Senior Play Crew YVONNE BERGERON . . . As full of spirit as the month of May . . . Pep Club . . . .lunior Play Crew . . . Hall Monitor . . . Choir -YYY SHARON ANDERSON . . . He that has patience may rompaxs anything . . . Band . . . Student Librarian , . . FHA . , , Breeze . . . Senior Play DOROTHY MAE BAKER . . . Saying is one thing, doing another . . . FHA . . . GAA . . . Breeze . . . Tl'f'5Pians . . , Junior Plav Crew . . . Children's Plai CML Crew . . . Senior Play Crew Choir F . or. ester . . . Pep Club NEIL BANTA l , D Hg xilgnl DAVID BENSON . , , Ile not and x1ifPi-Vilfnev npr-pr bg. rrirelexr in rleerls, nor ran' grmgf you I , . I-'FA A . fused in wordx, nor rambling Band in ihaughz. Seniors - - GENE BERGLUND . . . Da not squander lime, for that is the stuff Iile ix made of . . . Football . . . Home- coming Escort EUGENE CASE . . . l leave my rharacler behiml me . . . Football . . . Basketball Cn-Captain . . . Student Council President . . . Junior Play Cast . . . Senior Play Cast . . . Let- termen . . . Choir SUZANNE BLOOM . . Wake up, little Suzie . . . FHA . . . Thespians . . . Sweetheart Swirl Candidate . . . Band Secretary , . . Choir . . . .lunior Play Crew . . . Senior Play Cast . . . Pep Club . . . Breeze . . . Children's Play Cast . Forester ROGER BUSKE .... I len ol jeu: wards are the bex! men . . . FFA . . . Senior Play Cast EVERETT CARLSON . . . Fonlerv, sir. does walk about the orb like the sung it shines everywhere . . . FFA . . . Lab Assistant SHELBY CARLSON . , . Life ix not so short but that there is lime enough lor courtesy . . . Choir . . . Thespians . . . Pep Club . . . Hall Monitor GALEN DAHLBERG . , . MAI'III.EE COHOICS . , Mgnrly mcrralv Shull I Irie PAT coax ..,, Hy hwirl iv fi free and jelferlf-is Ihmg SLSAN CORWIN . . . .-Ind il LI please yuu, sag if not, mm . . . Ti.N,.mn S.-fr.-im . , , ii-im.-.-v.msng I-L-1-Uri HM. iv . - , P'-if U-lb . . , , , . Ch-nr . . , FHA . , . I-llwlr Hn,U,. ' ' A Fair:--dvr A--iv mn: Edimr . . . WI' UNI' . , . Juninr I'luw 1.41-l , . . Svniur Play flffvf A 4 ' Girl-4' Stale- . . , Illiilmlrrifw Play 1 l I l 1 l JOLEEN COWLE . ..l haue nu nlhvr hu! u u'omurl's reason . . . YHA Trrasurr-r . . . Llmir 51-fre-tary l'r1-rifle-nl Tln--ipiam Cliil1lrr'n"4 Play Cain! ,Iuniur Pl 'HI . . . Svriinr my Cu Play Cn-.t . . , CAA Pep Cluli Swirl ff.1n4li4lah- ter , , . Breeze . . . Swvvllirarl Fores- .X ROBERT R. CRONK . . . The milder! manner wilh the luarexl mimi . . . FFA . . . Football . . .Track . . . Senior Play Cas! . . . Canrliulnte for King of Hearts . . . Letlermen Senior - Thought is the properly' of him who mn fnrerzuin if :mil nl him uhn um mir,- quaxely plan' iz. 4 " f" I! I VIRGINIA IGINNYP DOKEI-Q . . . Fine mariners nrvd flue Jupporz ol fine mariners in vlherv , . . FHA . . . Cale-Ivria Ilvlp . , . Hull Monitor . . . l'i-p flluli .Il'DY DIIIOIS creative rronumv is the fuel of magnijireme . . . CKX . , . FHA . . . Pep Club . . . Thewpinns . . . Stull'-nt Librarian . . . Juniur Play Crew . . , Senior PLU- Crew ....4 JOYCE DUNCAN , . . Hap- py um I, from rare um free . . . CAA . . . PHX , . . Clmir Fe-rrelary . . . Tlivs- pians . . . Juninr Plav Student Director . , . Chil- dren's Play' Cast . . Forester . . . Pep Club JOHN EDI-I ..., -ill lhxngr rome round la him wha will Luz um: . . . Band DAVID EKBLAD , . . 1.1 is earneflf Life is ren!! . . Band . , . Football Ba-'sf-hall JOAN ENIMERT . . . Wim! ulniid ol fi Iirrle old tal? . . , Band . . . Choir . . . FHA . . . GAA . . . Thespians . . . .Iunior Play Crew , . . Children's Plny Cas! and Crew . . . Senior Play Cast . . . Forester . . . Pep Club BERT P. KCI-ZX , . zhxngr me tmpuvstlllv tgenrv und fktll ball Lu-Cay-taln . . ball Lt, . Baskvt- Laptam . . . Hase- , Few In dll- . Font- lwall . . . lfttefrnwrz . Kmg uf H1-art: Efllllli PR.-XXlJl.l'. . , . ItUSAI.lE C4NlXCl'll'l . . . am ten fond ol the fum- pzmy' of lzxdtrs . . . liawhall . . . tlhmr . . . Nvphumnre and Junior Class 'l' . . . Camluiate fur Hearts . . . bvninr I' . , . Hnmccumxng rc-usurer Kxng uf lup' Cast Escort The gentle' mmf! by pvntlf drvds xv knnun . . . Lair- terta ll:-lp . . . Pc-p trlub , . . llall Nlunltwr 5 ,Sf ARLINE GRKBBN lzberzv 10 her uhzch just. and honefl . . . . Forester , Secretary . . , .4 is good, . . FH-X . Ag ltkli l.0l' GANll'QI.lN . . A lmrsrf A Imrn-,' .Uv kmg- dnm fur 41 hnrwf , . . Them. ,..1.nN , , . mf..-P HP11, , , lQlul4lrwn'- Plat Seniors NORMAN CRI BB? . . 11.11 of fum zndzjjereme . . . Trark . , . l.f'lte'rmvfn . , . Bus Patrol . . . 'Irark Student Manage-r IFFKNNA HXNDRLXI . . . HPV air, hu manrvrv, ull who vm fxdmtred , . . FHA . . . Band . . . Chl-lr . . . The-spians . . . Pep Llub , . . Cllwf-rlvaflefr . . . lfurf-ftcr , . . Junwr l'l:n Cast , . . Clulllrerf- Vlav Stulle-nl lim-ltur . , A ffm--r Play btumlrnt Ilxrefttfr , , . rgunfimaut for H.,m.f.......ng Qum-n Nltlxllrx FLYNN . . . I um uhfllwtvr um, xt, wr lull lf? wun' rm famcrwlnri ,, KHHY GIBHF . . t fflmf. Huw Wh my ,mufiffl hrfur ufwflff wh mf. Y-lf MH' I I I Hu, lmrul A I nllmrrlfmnrt up hugh: . .. 4lA,,,.,,.m H,.15, lhmll , , , lllmtr . . 'tw-,,...1.. . . . HH . . . J..m..f rm cpm . . . Fur, .-Qt.-r , . . 1.n.1t1f.-..'. may Crvw . . . Swnmr Umm . . . 1a...l1.1..t.- fur 0...-.-H nf llvurt- . . . llamlulatv' fur :t.,....-...mtg Qu,-.-H vlttxxxt tHll.I.b HARTZ THEHLSK H-WEH . - - . . . imp W. fm had mp Wuh H VUVWUI the hwff mwzfr. W1 If fo, hw afzw, 'wr NIP 'nmfl - - - m,m,y Pep Club , , . Offtre Help . , , Hall Nlunxtur . Hulfl ihe lull, l'm rnmlngf . TOXI HOLLIHXY . . Frmtball . . . l'il".5 Aurliu Visual . . . more Vin- Pr'-Niflvnt .lurlping Te-am I-'FN Senior Play CWM - Patrol . . . Ifllf-r s..,,hf,. nmu Bus TERRY HLIXI . . . Ring our rho old, ring in Ihr- neu. , . Fimtball . , . Baseball Jl'DY l'lOl'l.E . . , To lwifm this kevn enruunlvr nl our wil: . . . CAN . . . llanzl . . . Choir, Stunlvnt Ilin-run . . , Theipians . , . Furs-5 If-r Erlilor . . . Se-nirur Clasi Tn-3.urf'r . , , Juuinr Play Cast . . . Sf-niur l'lay' Slu- slvnl llirertur . . , FHA . . . Mixed Barbrrslmp . . . Senior Ort'-t Quartet LEKOY HOWARD Rwnun iv rm! mvasured by xize or hviglif, but hy prin- Ciple. l'lUVVKliD 4HUW'll'iI HEI. CKEXDURI-' . . . l!'c rlvrer, haf 1- 11 wif' . . . f,liil4lren's Play, Crew anrl Lighting , , , Junior Play' flrvw . . , Sffninr Play fl.:-t, Lighring . , KATHY HURSH . . . Diffi- culuev are rhmgs that show uhul men are . . . Tumbling . , . Pep Club . . . Junior Play Crew , . . Senior Play Crew . . . Choir . . . Hall Monitor . . . Librarian eniors LINDA IYERSUN .... 4 LOKRAINE IYHKSON . . . IPIXNNF IUHYSUN . . . J-KNET JUHYQUN . . , 1 fnmxlmr luughlwr fhfikff :he Vrn Iinlf- rv nf'r1ir'rlln mqkr .Hmfvly and 11111 :Fw mmm 'l""7k WH71- 'W' "' mlllh 'H skw . . . I-'HA . . . Pep n happy Iile . . . Clmir in rhf- hull . . . Ufhcr 1 Hnhlff. 'wr uf 'WUI uf 7 llluli , V . Llwir . . V . . . FH.-K . . . Junior Plas' ll:-lp . . . FHA Frrrvtary d'1"'J 'Xml I ffflff 'I fllffv' Clir'u'rlr'arle'r . . . Officr' fin-w l'rn--ills-nl . . . l'f-p Club mwv uf I !""l "-lfl"V V . V Hr-lp , . . Juni-wr Plav Crf-w , . . Sc-niur Play fir:-w , . . lil"'lf - - V l"'I' fillll' - - - . . . Hmmm ming Queen Flm-Vin-r SPHIUY Vlav CJ-I Cnnrlidltt' DON HLSNIK . . . Hr speuketh nozg and yet Ihere lirx u rom'er,sal1'0n in his fffv V . , FFA . . . Secre- tnri , . . Yi:-P Pr:-siilent . . . President . . , Publis Speaking . . . Bus Patrnl J-XNIKIFI .IOHNQON . . . Cnrl'r rule!! lilrvung if uflfr all fi good unnmn . . . Fill Yum- l'rr-Qiulf-nt . . . Timur, inane , , Ham! . . , fflmir . . , iuninr Plan' Iirv-w . . . Svninr Plas' Ifast V . . Cl1ildren's Play Cn-il and Cn-w . . . Vocal Hn- sz-mlilr is P RT JOHNSON . . enlhuxrnxlin' and plea lzuinnv of xnuill , . , , , In-V mu, , . , , . Gu . Tha ung rl- . llluvir . FIIK ROXiEI.I.If JOHNSON . . . To knou' fr Ihing iv nnlhing unlvfv nzhf-re krmu ynu lmou rt . . . FIIX , . . .Iuniur Plrn Crwvr . 4 . Frrrwrrrr VIENNA KAHLFTORF . . . DENNIS 4Ill'TCHl KES- Lnrvrv uw nrvrr tiff!! nf SLER .... llv appvlllf muh nlher, zhough rhev al- mme: In mf- u-hrlr eating ufnv quark ol Ihffmwlxvv . . FIIVX . , . Pr-p Clulr . 51-niur Play Crow Seniors DICK KI,INEFIfI,TER , Wmk fuvf, lhrn IPS! , FFS . . . Choir . Furyrlmall I. ' N A . GENE LI-TROVX . . . 1 DAVE LEVI-fSFEI'R . . . 1 ' Z , , mn from rhif rr-fn, ufmzic haw lmrflffl V101hi"E 'md - l .' vmrr excuse? , . . FI-'X . , . ffvllfll 7l0fh1"7L' r - . Tfllfk Ch,,g, . . , 1.1-mvrmf-n "-1 K , MYRON LINDGREN . . . MYRTLE .IO Y C E LIND- l um nn: rr pnlilir-mn, Im: CHEN , , , Timv Cannot mx nzhf-r Imbil: arp gnnfl hufh mp A A , FHA . , - . - FFA . . 4 FFA HP- G-M . . . Pr-v Club . . I PUNPY Hall Xiunitur BARR.-XR-5. .IE A N LYNDE . . . ,Hy ,vludirs are out uf mznrl uv .toon as nu! of srihl . . . Pep Club EUNICE I.I'NIJQl'IST . . . Smile when sou un- in trou- blc' . , . Band . . . Choir . . . Thrwpian Treasurer . . . C.-K.-X . . . FHA Trvasurfxr . . , Sophomore Class Svrrelary . . . Office- Hrlp . . . Cllllrlrr-n's Play Cas! . . . luniur Play Crew . . . Senior Play' Cas! and Crew . . . Furvstc-r I.Xl'REl, NI.-XTHESON . . . Thr' rrhmlzonx of dvfzlhlrxx . . Choir . , . Fturla-ni Council WHA Nil' . Iluml . . . . . Senior Octvt . . . Thr-spians . . . CI1ilrIron's Plav Cnet . . . Junior Play cr.-w . . . 51-nlor may Cas! . . Fun-stnr rmwln xu'1'1s0w . . Jxxm SUCH-XTH . . . I DMN x111.1.f:H ,.., Q mm-f JOE umm . . . 1 1,,,1,1,1 Thwrr xc xufh fl llzffzff' of ufmlff fmfl I ufmid rm! . . U ulvvler lhfm lplfw-h . . nn! lm lzupm' lf I vim' mm-I1 drffif-alum rim: I ffm nu-vff FHX . . . Juni-yr Plav fir.-M :l,,l,1,,,.x',.,,A,1 , I r Hug ul fx Im: lmu lu flwl-1rm1'1". . . , 5+-nmr Play Crew . H411 'Xlnnitl-r . . Stull'-nt l.1lfmrl.m . . P-ln'-I--r . . . P.-5. Club INEZ NlUllElll'.XlP .... -1 ,llll Ylf,KFl,5UX . . I NXYIQY 'YYCHI-iN ..,. 'lml 5llllll.l'.Y Hlll'1llNlX'l"ll . , Inu' frivwfl iw fwm r 4 flfr rw! lvwu, HL' . 4 , wvrvz fx -fun! uhwvx mov! I Truf' :I xx lhfzl ul' hflxv :mn frwnfl . , . rlmf . nu. umm . . , fflmir . . . ,lm my ,mm . . . cu In-fm ,ml . . . l-PHX . , . GXX . . . Turlnlrllru, . Xlivu-ll llnrlwnlmp Onmrlvt . . . FHS , . . llaurl . . . Pv-1' llulv . , . lllll Xlvmmlr FHX . . . Pr-p Llulu . . . . . , Mzfllmvl-x1.1l l,l1v-lr . . . Fvnwr U-lvl . . . .lvmlwr l'l.u Crum , . , Tlwspianu . . , 4,lnl4lrv-n's , , , F-yr.--21-r , , , Suplm, Fvrxwr Plux lrfw . Plaw . . . Junwr l'l.n Cr'-w ml-rv f.la-- l'rv--nfl'-nt . . . Fw"-11-1 . . . Sn-mur I'l.zx lfrf-M . . , 5.-nwr l.l.14- N-rrvlary . . . F--r---wr 'l'rl,'-,lamb . . . xg sp.-f.-my Nnwr ILM Inn , . . :xml GKRY WORN . . . I am a ,qrwxt frwnfi ln public amuw- rvwvmx . , , Band lil KNIQ NISUY , , , Th,- Iufn fwrrz n mn 11 lhmg In laugh .m Hum . , , li.mll . . . '1'1..--I-iam . . . Fm . 1.l11lllr'-rx! Pl.lx Cr:-w . . . lwlnn--r Pl.n' lfrf-w . . . 5'-nw: Plan Ln-w , , , uffw H.'1,, , , . fur.-.U-r . . . L-.-V um. LX I-.LYN ul.s4mX 1,1.l1. .-. . TH,- dv v 1 rw xx M.- ,.Fl'lX ..CXX QHLOTS .ll NF UN?XCl'1ll , . . Tull: mf: uf uf1w.'f-fl fzflrm-f,L1,q , fm ill!" Jzwz vw" xl 1- nmled . . . Vlwzr , , . Ply lflub . . . PHX , , . Iunmr Play C4-I , . . N-nlur Play Crew l. E Ii ROY OSTERB-KIER . . . Drenmpr, dream 1:0 more . . . 'lrark . . Clmir ! n ' DAVID RlGNl'll.l. , , . The' more lhingv rx man lx mlmnx- ed nf, th? mary rvqu-flulflf he xv I-'mlllnll FF4 . . . 'lruvk . . , lm- Palrul , . . lmttvrllwxn '. . . Scniur Clase Yin- l'rn-anlv-nl . . . Junior Play ffa-I . . . Senior Plux Ca-K . . . I-'FN Hz-pnrmvr PAI L PARENTEAY . . . The iron mnguv of midnight hfuh mid nwhe . . . llannl . . . Chmr . . . lunivmr l'lax Ln-w . . . 'flu'-pxanw , , , if-niur Plas Crvw RlCK PEPIN . . . In hix hfmd the lhlng brrflmf n trumpet . . ., Banfl . . . Chun . . . Candillalv flr Kung nf llvarli . , . Br:-vu' Cn-lfnlllvmr . . . Fwrf'1U'r . . ,lumur l'lax lla-l . . . Svrn-ur Plas Ca-l . . . The'-plan Yu-r l'r1'sl4lrn! . . . Ymrllvall . . , llaxkrlball . . . G-.lf , . . Imxwrnuf-n Sf-fn-:ary Tnxu-urrr . . . Stull:-nl tllmnrnl Yxu- Pre--ill'-nl . . . .lunmr Class Presiclf-nt l, Q, 37. ,g x NOKNI l'ERR.-Xl'l.T . . . I um wlnu uf fluriv , , . FF5. . . , Llnur . . . Hmm-flmv mg lf.-lfvrt, mf UH HEY .She In "'M'AdALJ A l'1Rl.Y l'UVEl.l .... 1: fl ufmmn. zhwpyurv hr' urfn . , , 'lrumblmg . Hull Xlfmmrr . . . ..-.Y mn. O i Senwrs CERKI RlOl'X . . , Hfurd nwlmlfff fm- lwefz, lful :huge unheard un- su.'v1'Ir'r . . . lflwir . , . G55 , . Hua lhqyrnl . . . ,lunimr l'luy Cr:-w JEROME HOSENCHEN . . . Srrrm-, I fuld mv hand: urul urn! . . . Bus Patrol JXNIIAE S-KHLIN , . , llilh rwlmnalflr mr-rx I 11111 reusnn . , . liaml , , , Llnnr . . . Sf-ni-.r th-wt . . . lin-ffm lil,-lmlimr , , , I-'umm-r . . . Juni-lr Play Sluzlvnt Ilin-1-mr , . . So-:nur Plus Cai! , . . G-K-K . . . .lumnr f,l.xss Yiw- ln-eulvnl . . , lh--Spaans . . Clnlxln-n's Play Cr:-M FRXN Sklll.-kliGl.l'i . . . I.l-,UN 5l.llNllIDT . . . Pfmr ,4 mn' unpfumulur wuz nf mv :hm :hal haw noi pu- mym . . . Band . . . Hu- fzwzw' Varml DU 1:4 ll 'ID IDAX I-ID SCHATZ I huh- Ihr- flfn Iwruuw 'nflwzh hgh: . . . llannl . Stull.-nl llflunril DELORES SLXSUN . . . Cenzle of vpwfh, bam-juan: of mmd A I I P.-if Llub . . . FHA , . . Stuflvnx l,ilirar1an , . . Furs-str-r . . , Sv-ninr may Cr.-w . , . Hr.-.-4. . . llall Nlonilur . . . flzifu-lu-ria u.-ip TOM SPRY . . . I am as .inlmr as rx jurlge . . . Choir . . . Se'-niur Play Cas! . . . Senior Om-1 . . . Thespians GORDY SIZHNIVCK . . . Pu! vow lmublf-5 in Your pmkpz, :hp ww uirh zlw holv in 11 . , , Track . . . Ba-wball . . FF.-5. . . . Lettvrirwri . , Junior Play Cn-w , Nr-nifir Play Cast KENNETH 5KOCl.lQND . . . A luulzlesv Lady' and a blameless mind . . . Football Cu-Captain . . . Baskelball . . . Trark . . . Lettvrnien JOHN SXIITH . . . I :hunk uhalener gud: mm' ln' for my unconquemble .mul . . . Banvl . . . .luniur Play Cm! . . , Senior Play Cas! . , , Thvspians , . . Football . . . Leltcrmvn l"rr'iiil1'nI . . . Breezfv . . . Furs--atrr Aq- Gislanl Eflilur . . . 54-riinr Claws President JAMES M. STANEK . . . IIN1 SWKNSON .... 4: Whnsu unulrl fn' 11 man must lung uv you luv, km-If Iwirn- bv fi mm-vvnlofmisl . . . ing how I0 hw , . . Junior Spvr-vli . , , Bancl , , . Play Cn-w . . . fllwir Choir . . . 54-niur Oclvt . . . Junior Play Crew . . . Sen- inr Play Cast . . . Buys' Stan- . . . Bree-ie . . . 'l'he-spians EDWARD F. SEDIACEK 4 , , 1'll f,,.,f1k in fi mon. ilroux Izlllv Lnizw . - . Band . . . C:-rnirin llanfl CEKALD 1NEl.SP FOLENI . . . Be lhvrr' fz will, and wisdom finrli Ihr uay' . . . Football . , . Baskefrhull . . , B352-lull , , . Senior Play Ca-t . . . I,f-ur-rm.-n Nl-KKK SWTINFON . . . I ruff! ving. Ax fi vingfsl I am nn! u ruff:-.vi . . . Chnir . . ' ' Fnmtlrall . . . Trnvk , . .lunipr Play Cu-I , , Smliur Play fin-I .PFX... Seniors KNTHY SPIEFCHA . . . lz's liulv flung: :har noun: , . . Fur:-wtf-r . . . l7rPilini4iu Clan-1 Prrsillr-nt , , A GAA Pr:--ill'-nl . , . 5tu:l:-nl Cfmviril Sr-vp-tary' . . . Qu:-1-n nl ll:-urn . . . Juniur Play Lux! . . . Pr-p Club . . , llniiwf-fiiiiilip: Qui-1-n l7lNNl'i 'l'lll'llNl'll'1CK . Thv mnnf Ihr rnvnivr 1-'Hx . . , mjf.mi.- . GAA . . , Tlu-wpiun-1 . . Junior l'lav ffm! . . , So-riiur lllin lin-I . . . Cllnir . ffliilrlrn-rl! l'lav Cn-M . . . Chi-ir , . . Furwewr . . . Pvp Club , . . Hall Xlunitvir . . . Tumbling JIM TRUDEAU . . . Who knows what l1e's thinking when he gels lhal look in his eye? . . . Baseball . , . Basketball . . . Football . . . Lettermen . . Bus Patrol BARB YVESTLLND , A A Five loo! two, eve.: of blue . . . Pep Cluln . . , GAA Vibe Prvsirlenl . . . Forester . . . Olfifv Help BEVERLY JEANNE TYLER . . , l'll look back on my yesterdays with a smile . . . Cheerleader Captain ,. . . Pep Club . . . Tumbling , . . FHA . . . Office Help . . . Choir . . . Senior Play Crew . . . Candidate for Homecoming Queen . . . GAA GARY WETTSCHRECK . . . The wrong way always seems the mos! reasonable . . . Bus Patrol . . . Student Cnunvil .,4 CONNIE VAN SYOC . . . Unlhinking, idle, full of life and young . . . Pep Club . . Senior Play Crew THERESE WILLETTE . . . My youth I can have but today . , . FHA . . . Pep Club . . . Hall Monitor . . . Choir H Q -4 KENNY WAHA . . . A Iiule RONNIE WEISS . . . l'1l learning is a dangerous thing not budge an inch, ...FFA RONALD WYMAN , . . don'l see iff . Patrol DON WORTH . . . A linle work, u lillle ploy lu keep ux going. . . Bus i Q Q L 6711107 - HAROLD CARR . . , Ah, why should life all labor be? . . . FFA ROY JOHNSON . . . I'm grouping old . . . FFA BOB PRETTYSI.-KN . . . Hear me for my cause, and be quiet lhal you may hear. ALLEN SIMMONS . . . Too much res! ilsell becomes a pain . , . Homecoming Escort v if 'Wifi f l f 4 A4'v f ',XL Series E Brand Names Remington dualify Merclrandfke HEVLUN Friendly Service Retail Outlets Courtesy llantgzn Illllilililml The following places of business are well known in Forest Lake. Their great variety serves most of our needs. No longer are they the general stores of bygone days, but modern businesses offering name brand products and skilled services to an ever-expanding community. These are the same business- men who have given very tangible support to your FORESTER. BEST POLICY W ATAL. HENNEN Wes CHEVROLET COMPANY f C ,,,p,,,,e +5 'oF BeHe D L' A y he AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET DEALER 9 Q INSURANCE REAL ESTATE INCOME TAX SERVICE T Lungruiuluhnns to the graduating class .191 ' II Besf ishes From L I o I n I of N iner Service! I7 I ' No r eal 'A n w re! Con raI'uIaI'ions. Grads! CHEVROLET .-. I H - -- ' l' I i s q-..V , QL if E T I I I? O I If 5 . , 'III I ,MA UT' .sg . - In COURTESY SERVICE CONGRATULATIONS Congraiulahons Class of 58 VARIETY 81 GIFTS From Your FOREST LAKE Guaranfeed Merchandise JIM CORBETT Bes'I' Wsshes From BENSON sql' Ulqe CongraI'ula+lons Oldsmobile H K John Deere Implemenfs Congrafulahons Class of 958 HAROLD S SHOES Fores'I Lake HAROLD AND ANN MOEN Compllmen'I's of Besl' Wishes Io Grads CARTER s JEWELRY and RECORD SHOP DR I M I-YQNE PETERSON I I . ,ff"fTifTff'4'x'NQ'v-X 5 MICE Si Wim ggi FOREST LAKE STATE BANK P M CULLOCH CHAIN SAWS GRAVES LAWNMOWERS Compliments of COTTAGE CLEANERS ff w T ew O f' 'T' CD .. - ,VJ -i My T' O Q O . 4 . X U is ous S3 A K FIRST L, T 'ya THOUGHT C . 370 aid on . Savings Cer+ifica+es Sales and Service GRIEIv1AN'S BARBER SHOP Ex+encIs Io AII Graduafes HeaI'rI'1, Happiness and Success in All Eufure Endeavors REUB'S TIRE SHOP Tnre Headquarfers TE. 5 2245 CongraI'uIaI'lons From COOK S PAINTS FRANK J LEUTHNER owner BesI' Wnshes VALENTY S Congra+uIahons Grads WOLTER S AUTO SUPPLY 5 2408 PR 2I37 A W BERGGREN EIecI'rlcaI Confrachng MEMBER N E C A Foresf Lake Mmn O pI OFFICE MACHINES 8: EQUIPMENT CO Foresf Lake Munn GOOD LUCK GRADS' HORNING S FEED 81 PRODUCE I Hy6I 1 1 1 ' I Foresi Lake S+, Paul ' ' TE - 1 , l For ' ' Typewri+ers, Adding Machines F,-om ffice Sup ies I I ' , Sou+I1 of Fore Lake on w . ffl RA A ,J WU' W K SKOGMO S STORE i' "DEPENDABLE I .T DRuGGlsT RICHARD F. PETERSEN ilURRYf 35.7 BETTER BUYS Q ENGQUIST ki HARDWARE 2ez'Zofz 'Walaee FOREST LAKE DEPARTMENT STORE IF I1' S 6009 FOOD flfmf voGEL s N CAFE ED STARK P p COU NTRY KITCH EN WYOMING MINN KENCO INC T 53483 9 I9 DOUG S STANDARD srnnnmo SERVICE NAME BRANDS in T cQ M f VIN6 Bes+ I I I A+H""3' Af S F0 , ishes ',f,f...-+A" In The .' 15 A g 7 FuI'ure 41 rf-f 'HL I -1- 'A l y " :W --2, X ff WIFI +C Be'Her Values LA B+ fc, , you WAHTU ? CompIimen+s of 43 I I I of I-1 'Y I f ' Complime fs I: , . Con raI'uIaI'ions fo The 58 Graduafes I ' ' I.1.fri-3i2lf?EEQ53:iE5E3 if-.Z5:2,.1:B. eu - Fores+ Lake ,...,.T..,....., , ....T.., , our Congra+uIahons GRADS OF 58 From B 81 M LIQUORS Congrafulahons and Remember FOREST LAKE GREENHOUSE For Thai' Sen or P om Corsage QU P-I-WI QNICE SEND ABILITY me X PVv"f'f"" .----NK E BEST wus:-IES f-,-E co LABELLE TEXACO HAMBURGERS d FRENCH FRIES J HOU LE SHRIMP BASKETS SWIRLY TOP FOREST LAKE SOFT DRINKS MINN STRIPE DRIVE IN FOREST LAKE LANES F es'r Bo Ing Cond+ons COMMERCIAL HOTEL Where AII Sporismen Meei' H A PEPIN AND SONS UY LOCALLY 1' W RYAN S W FOREST LAKE TIMES d L k G MARIER 3 IMPLEMENT WRIGHT SAWS AND KLINZING BARN CLEANERS W VOGEL S INN g I' EARLING S APPAREL FOREST LAKE MINN 9 GRIFF S MOBIL STATION TE5 3595 BEST WISHES TO GRADS F DR C D LARSON Be+WhsF MARSHALL WELLS STORE B Besf ishes, Grads Bes ishes From I ToI's +o Teens Goo uc , racIs! I+ I+'s Good Food Q if You ani' - CASE visi+ Sales and Service ' Con ra+uIa+ions Con ra uIa+ions! From I I s is e rom FOITI Homes Farms Lakeshore and Busmess Properfy HERMES 84 HILTON REALTORS FOREST LAKE MINNESOTA There s No Place Luke Home When Hs Yours Phone 52482 Home Phone 5 3867 STRUBLE AGENCY Insurance THEATER BUILDING Bes+ Washes +o Ihe Class of 58 ARTHEN S CABINET 81 CONSTRUCTION GEORGE E ARTHEN JR Besi' Wishes for Besf W,5he5 Fu+ure Happmess and Success for a Successful Fu+u,-e INTER STATE BEST WISH ES From Eoresf Lake Grads C M HALLBERG 81 SONS r ALFRED E NEUMAN ,mmf -' I I I I I I - ' u u I , I I RAY JEANS Farm MacI'nnery Headquar+ers MINNEAPOLIS MOLINE FORD 'll 'll lal lui We Wash You Success Afier Graduahon DR N M MENSHEHA DR L T WOOD fkp W7 , FOREST LAKE i s PROVISION . D GOOD LUCK GRADS ARNIES PURE OIL STATION RELIABILITY HOVEY EQUIPMENT co 0 INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 0 FARMALL TRACTORS 0 JAMESWAY IMPLEMENTS I Phone 2 I 80 RUDYS SUPER MARKET DAVID ALLEN Manager ' V I Y P 0 Retour' lg . PURE J 9,1 From ,O 1 "'Anv XQQ1 1 N ' X X y x 1 ff' ,Ili gfxk 1 I Q - I . - I I Nl 'Il I DEPENDABILITY HAN DY CANDY RED OWL AGENCY Phone 5 2I7I CLARENCE DICK O STOKES OIL CO ig, f 'ef- 'iew , 24 HOUR -I :a:lI BENOY BROS CONSTRUCTION and Me'rered Servlce CALL FOREST LAKE TE5 3595 CA L All Sporfsmen s Needs iif w If JACK S SPORT SHOP Llve Bali ALUMA CRAFT EVINRUDE BOATS MOTORS ,I II Il T. - A 5 df-'H' T:-fr 0 WF J 'A f - L , wner 'I Tv' Aufomafic S+amped Li? fl . 3' f e Ha"-Q 4 a wi - f For Dependable Service ' For Scandia Service L - I9 I I ' .15 ,.:f' 'Yf -:E . . -.. HOULE GROCERY 2 24 Hour Service Bed Wlshes From WHEN IN THE WAGNER S Munn Fon G Hjifw' HABQZLQRP ER COAST TO COAST STORE H C TAURMAN P p + Good Washes +o The Class of '58 Complimenfs of ED MALI-ON DR. O. R. VAN WIRT Foam SALES una ' 'LO ' Y


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