Fort Ransom High School - Rockets Yearbook (Fort Ransom, ND)
- Class of 1954
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the men of our school whose fate lt has been
o enter our natmon s armed forces and then
ma rchmg away mn umform
the lands of dlngoes or cumform
serve the1r country rn the trme of need
So people all over the World can be freed
Some haxe enhsted to do then' share
In the Army the Naxy Mar1nes and the Amr
Wh1le others would work and patmently wa1t
For thc draft to determlne then' ult1mate fate
And we won t forget the women who
Also Jomed the armed forces too
For the effort they gave to thls worthy cause
We gwe to them a hearty applause
To these men and women and those who wmll be
March1ng off to the mllltary
Of the past the present and the future too
We dedxcate th1s our annual to you
Vt rnon Olson
f-lcnorm Shonsc ng
Jame s Collett
Johnny Holke stad
R Dell Anderson
E DuWayne I-hghness
Stanlex Slatu m
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MRS. WILMA BERGER
MRS. SLEMER SAND
The pr1nc1pal of our school th1s year 15 Mr M1lton W1ll from W1shek North Dakota
Besldes havmng adm1n1st atwe dutmes he taught fwe subjects We wtsh to thank h1m for
h1s patlence wxth us dur1ng the past year The Jumors and semors espec1ally w1sh to
thank hun for help1ng d1rect thelr class plays
Our assmstant pr1nc1pal IS Mr Spencer Fjeld from Nome North Dakota He has been
w1th us for four years Th1s year he taught the three Enghsh classes mathematlcs
U S H1story and Physmcal Educat1on He coached the basketball teams for the h1gh
school boys and g1rls and for the grade boys and grrls
Mrs Wmlma Berger taught the mtermed1ate room th1s year She has taught that room
for the past three years The Jumors and semors w1sh to thank her also for her help ln
dlrectlng the1r plays
Mlss Beatr1ce Arne taught the prlmary room th1s year She has been here for the past
three years She IS well hked by her pup1ls and by all the other students 1n school
John Opgaard our Jamtor has had h1s Job here for twenty f1ve years He 1s a good
fr1end of all the students and we hope he can contlnue h1s f1ne work for many years to
Last but not least 1s our cook Mrs Sand who IS spendlng her fourth year w1th us
Her meals are just as dehcrous as they always have been
Freshman Class Ed1tor
Sophomore Class Ed1tor
Jumor Class Edltor
Semor Class Ed1tor
Maree Lou Kornehus
Mar1lyn B1rkl1d Jamce L1bak
Douglas Larson Leroy Kornelmus
Raphael Henrlkson Carol Berger
Advlsors Mr W1ll Mr Fjeld
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MAREE LOU KORINELIUS
DOUGLAS B LARSON
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MARIL YN J BIRKLID
Be A Good Secretary
Old Man Rxver
DENNIS J PETERSON
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A Gxrl A Glrl
Senwr Class Hzstory
Our semor class began xts flrst school years mn 1942 All of the semors attended
country schools 1n the commun1ty surround1ng Fort Ransom for the f1rst e1ght years of
school In the fall of 1950 we met at the Fort Ransom School to beg1n our four years to
gether There were eleven who enrolled 1n our freshrnan year They were Joel Han
son Bonme Hrghness Douglas Larson Maree Lou and Leroy Kornelxus Estelle Haar
sager Joyce Peterson Thorman Paulson Marllyn B1rkl1d Denms Peterson and Jan
1ce Lmbak Dur1ng our freshman year Bonme Hlghness moved away and Joel Hanson
dropped out Our membershrp was held to mne throughout our sophomore year ln our
Jumor year Estelle Haarsager and Joyce Peterson left us to attend schoo 1n L1tchv1lle
Lyle F1sher from Nome Jo1ned us that year Thorman Paulson and Lyle Flsher left us
1n our semor year Thorman Joxned the Mannes and Lyle attended h1s sentor year 1n
Valley C1ty So we were tr1mrned down to a small number of slx sen1ors
In our Jumor year we produced the play Aaron Shck From Punlun Cr1ck In the
sprlng of th1s year We presented a three act comedy Here Comes Charhe
Semor Class Wall
The semor class of 1954 do hereby bequeath to the Jumors and teachers the followmg
Maree Lou w1lls to Dolly her desk at the front of the room so she can hear what IS be
Jamce w1l1s to Mav1s her ab1l1ty to play basketball and hopes she w1ll lmprove It
Denms w1lls to D1ck h1s seat at the back of the room and hopes he w1ll remam there all
through the school year
To Carol Marllyn w1lls the ab1l1ty to keep qulet for flve m1nutes
Maree Lou and Jamce w1ll to D1ck the r1ght to sk1p school and get by w1th lt
To Dlck Leroy w1l1s h1s pr1v1lege of tak1ng h1s Dad's car whenever he wlshes
Douglas w1lls to Ronald h1s danc1ng sk11l so he can take a certaln freshman glrl to
Janlce w1lls to Carlo her cool temper so she w1ll not fly off the handle when she IS be
1ng teased about a certaln V F
To Mav1s Mar1lyn w1lls the pr1v1lege of not havmng to stay out of school to work
Jamce and Maree Lou w1ll to the whole Jumor class the remarkable talent of rardmg
the refrlgerator wmthout gettlng caught
To the Jumors Douglas w1lls the rlght to borrow paper 1nk penc1ls or any other
supphes from everyone 1n the room
The sen1ors w1ll to Mr W1ll the pr1v1lege of tak1ng a day off from school whenever the
To Mr Fjeld the semor class w1l1s the1r 324 hand drawn hand colored and hand la
beled maps wlth the hope that he w11l spend as much tmme wlth them as they did
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It lS now tht yta 1070 and our vvtll known bum Mr Stmon has just returned from
a cru1se around the world He was telltng me about the sentors of 1994
Pl-llLADELPHlA I-le told me Martlyn Btrkhd ts workmng wmth Ltberace and
they haye gm en sex eral ptano concerts throughout the world
They have an hour T V show eyery Thursday eyemng
VALLEY CITY Satd he ran aeros Mrs Arthur Kolrud the former Jamce
Ltbakj operattng the1r lumber yard It seemed Ardy was away
on a bustness tr1p and he left her tn charge They hayc two Chtl
dren a boy Ole and a gtrl Gerry Wondc r why those
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MINNEAPOLIS He told me he attended a basketball game between the M1nne
apohs Lakers and the Natmonal All Star and found the coach of
the Lakers to be none other than Douglas Larson Douglas told
me he and h1s wtfe fthe former Maree Lou Korneltusl have Just
fxnlshed Lonstructtng a sports arena themselves wh1ch 15 very
DETROIT Wh1le shopptng for a car he chanced to meet LeRoy Korneltus
Leroy told htm he had just tnyented a ear that would turn Corners
at the push of a button so he won t mlss any more corners lmke
he used to when he was tn htgh school Thms car w1l1 carry twelye
or thmrteen people lmke noth1ng
NEW YORK CITY He satd Pete s Famous Redut 1ng Saloon located tn the heart
of Ntw York C1ty ts operated by nont other than Denms Peter
son Ht ts sttll stngle out has thoughts of marrtagc on hts mtnd
Samd h gtrl was a form r Ltsbon gtrl and 1 now tmploytd tn
New York Cxtx
L l that futsht s L J tht SLIIIOTS of 193-1
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RICHARD HENRIKSON MAVIS ANDERSON RAPHAE1., HENRIKSOIN
,Iumor Class Hzstory
We the jumor class of 1954 hereby announee the large membershlp of our class
Carol Berger Mans Anderson Ronald Falk Raphael I-Ienr1kson Rxchard Hennkson
and Genev1exe Strander
The class off1cers are Raphael I-Ienr1kson Pres1dent Ronald Falk V1ce Presldent
On December 11 17 1033 we ga L our glass play A PAIR OF COUNTRY KIDS
vnth tha he lp of thc followumg sophonaorrs Marllxn Olsor Robert Johnson Vernex
btrandn and KLnnctl'1Olsor Thr dxre to s were Mr M1llon W11l and Mrs W11ma
Berg make up Mrs Kcnneth Rufsx old
Max 14 we gaxe thc Jumor Se nor Banquet The sophomore and freshman gn-1s were
waltlc SSL S
The subjec s taknn thms yea wr re Englxsh III A a o B Bookkeepnng 'Iypuu r1t1ng
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Olson Vcrnx Strdndgr Myrna Han:-on Shxrleg,
Carlblom Robert Johnson Gary Sand Kcnngth
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The irc shman Class f1rst sons 5 fd of mme
membgrs Thu. were 1..aNonnL Ja: omson
Caroll B1 k.l1d B erly Be gf Dordmnc
Ward Milford Rufsxold Elrox H44 sager
Irvmng Rus old Donald Tornnu raw s ard
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Rasmusser dropped ox.. of lx Llds
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joyable pa lx F hee emng T .awk yov
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of cmtmzlnsh p Enghsh la rnathvmdtu s
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by Eng,,l1sh lb and Orlcnlallons
Wc .ill wlnl lo thank the L .lm he rs for lhbll'
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RUSSEL FAI-'K DIANE ANDERSON
JEAN KORNELIUS DEAN CARLBLOM
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RICHARD LARSON PEGGY BJONE ROGER STRANDER
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There are nineteen pupils in our room this year Clyde and Dale Gimbel from the Han-
son School joined us last fall After Christmas vacation Gerald I-lovelson from Fargo
has been with us
We have five first graders James Carlblom Darwin Erickson Judy Holm Gene Pe
terson and Gerald Hovelson We have six second graders Gwendolyn Berger Gary
Falk Dale Gimbel Jon Hendricks Jean Hendrickson and Bruce Iverson We have sev
en third graders Dennis Carlblom Leland Carlblom Clyde Gimbel Kathleen Holm
Lawrence Larson James Sand and Marjorie Sandhei We have just one fourth grader
who is Helen Berger
The grades again gave the Christmas Program at the standing Rock Church This year
we had the help of the High 'School Glee Club which sang two songs The pageant we pre
sented was "Still Shines The Star" with a beautiful stage setting
During the year we joined the Junior Red Cross filled two Gift Boxes and donated to
the March of Dimes Fund The third and fourth graders competed with the fifth graders
for the Spelling Contest We learned the County Chorus songs and Marjorie sang a solo
for our special number at the Music Festival
This has been a busy year for our Y C L Last fall We took part in the Pep Rally e
later completed our Scrapbook of the five projects Ours was chosen as one of the best
three for the county These three Scrapbooks will be displayed in Bismarck at the state
Y C L Convention We feel pretty proud to think that even if we aren't very big we can
compete with the older members and still have our work recognized We took part in the
County Y C L Convention and received an "Efficiency Award" for our Y C L work
We helped entertain the P T A in November w1th a drill and Dialogs We made cor
We have enjoyed a very busy and most interesting school year
This year there are twenty pupils in our room so we out grew the room we had occu
pied for several years and moved back to our original room in the southeast corner of
the building occupied formerly by the primary department
We had a very peppy cheerleading team this year consisting of Evelyn Sandhei Marvel
Bjone and Carol Kornelius They looked very attractive in their green skirts white T
Shirts and green neck kerch1efs They cheered for the girls' games at all the home
games and went out of
Two out of our room
played sub on the boys
town to several games
made the high school basketball team as subs LeRoy Larson
team and Cynthia Bjone played on the Freshman and Sophomore
team Our boys grade
tory over Rariton
For a money making
moxic THE GOOD EA
dy at school and at the
project our Y C L together with the primary r
RTI-I and raffled off a hassock During the year
various school actix ities
We are sorry to see the fine eighth graders Cynthia Bjone Lorraine
Roy Larson Leland Hanson and Law rence Anderson leaxe our room
looking forward to the time whtn vu will join ther in high school This
tlass has thc dist nction of haxing a sat of twins in tht tlass Lawrence
team played a number of games and ended the season with a vic
oom showed the
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DARVN HN ERICKSON
JEAN HENRICKSON GARY FALK
GWENDOLYN BERGER JON HENDRICKS
JUDY HOLM JAM:-:s CARLBLOM
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The Fort Ransom I-hgh School and Grades both had basketball teams thls past year
We all had a lot of fun play1ng Even though we d1dn't wm state we stlll had a very good
The gmrls played 1n two tournaments one was a Chr1stmas Invltatxonal at Hast1ngs
they played two games and got beat by Nome 40 23 and also by Duzkey 39 24 The g1r1s
got beat 1n the Dlstrmct Tournament at Berlln by Hast1ngs 46 23
The boys also played ln a D1str1ct Tournament held at Nome and they got beat by
Nome 56 27 Hasungs also beat them 36 15
The grades had a basketball team th1s year for the fmrst t1me and dld very good 1n
thelr fmrst year
The school's pr1de and Joy IS 1ts cheerleaders they were M1ckey Olson Doralne Ward
and Carol Berger Thelr favorlte cheer was "You Gotta Flght You Gotta Flght Team
F1ght You Gotta W1n You Gotta W1n Team Wxn You Gotta Beat You Gotta Beat Team
Beat You Gotta F1ght You Gotta Wm You Gotta Beat Qopponentj beat Qopponentl beat beat
beat Qopponent J
The captaln of the boys' team was Douglas Larson the g1rls' captaln was Jamce Llbak
The boys' hlghest scorer was LeRoy Kornehus wlth 68 polnts average of 6 Z per game
The glrls' h1ghest scorer was Janlce L1bak w1th 189 polnts average of 15 8 per game
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Barealaureate services were conducted by Rev. bandanger in honor of the Senior
Class, May 23, 1954, at 8:00 p. m. in the Standing Rock Church, the class attended as a
body with their advisors, Mr. Milton Will and Mr. Spencer Field.
Corrirnencemt nt s Q es we re c ax 1954 at 8 00 p rn in the Standing oe
Their class motto EVER CLIMBING
The graduation sptakt r was Mr Donald I-loland of Lisbon
They marched in two by two dressed in caps and gowns
Mr T K Berger presented the diplomas to the seniors and Mrs Wilma Berger pre
sented the eighth grade diplomas
,Iunwr Semor Banquet
The Junior Senior Banquet was held May 14 l954 in the Young People s Hall at
The freshman and sophomore girls acted as waitresses
The Junior mothers prepared the dinner
The hall was decorated western style as the theme was The Last Roundup
After dinner the following program was gixen A violin solo by Mrs Sigmund Henrik
son a piano solo by Bexerly Berger Maree Lou Kornelius read the Senior Class Vlill
and Carol Berger read the Junior Class Prophee3
The Glee Club
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d' 'vt 'llliere are iliirtevn gi 'w' i ' j ' the girls' glee ulub and six 'Joys the
boys' glee tlub, Tlit-se groups have taken part inthe various programs held in the t oni-
' 1. Ox ' lard tlit- glee i-lub' 'ent to Walip -ton wh Are the girl' took part a
m ' afvstival lield ai the Svl fl if St' -new Thi frls san' tw' so 1' tl - Ie: " 5 d
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