Fosston High School - Talisman Yearbook (Fosston, MN)
- Class of 1947
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Text from Pages 1 - 84 of the 1947 volume:
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P OSS PON HIC H SCHOOL
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the 19-11 Tahsrnan VK lthiillf then HHHDCIHI NLIDDOIT thu annual could not haw
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to the business mon of Fosstun and the surmunding Communities we dedicale
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All 6ffO1t spent upon thls book his been fO1 you
Fosston students that you nught always keep w1th
you a lecold of yy hat W1ll p1 ove to be the most joy
ous yeals of you1 lu es
the many pleasant expeuences that you haxe had
duung th1s ey entful yeal we the staff yy 1ll feel that
our pulpose has been well 'mccompllshecl and that
the many llOL11S spent 1n such CE11SfL1l labol to plo
duce thls book yy 1ll not haxe been ID vfun
lf this record helps you in future years to recall
Arvld K Magelssen our new supermtendent came to us from Hanley
Falls where he also held the pos1t1on of super1ntendent He attended Luther
College and IS a graduate of Concordla College
Jack H Harrls our mstructor m Harmony and band d1rect1on has been
We have always found them keenly mterested rn our aCt1V1t19S and wxll
remember the k1ndness they have shown us throughout the year
Mar3or1e Mlckelson was recently employed as secretary to Mr Magelssen
and Mr Harrls Before she worked for Brockrxdge Co 1n Mmneapolls she
had attended Macalester college
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with us three years as principal.
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The members of the Board of Educat1on are
Pres1dent Henry E Johnson
who has served on the school board for three years
Clerk Morrls Lee
who IS servmg h1s first year on the board
Treasurer Marvln H111estad
a member of the board for three years
Directors ......,s..... Her1ofA1gaard and the Reverend Tennis H. Megorden
who have been on the board for three years and Walter Schon who is
new this year
Fust row left to 11 ht A Carman L Olson M Parbst L Belvea E Jorgen.on
Second row 'VI Cameron, B Hole M Arbo V Gedstad J Wennerstrom
Th1rd row A Magelssen T Berntson W Wldmark J Espeseth J Harrls
Fourth row R Myszkow kx M Gllbert R Seebach G Bohnsack H Shurson G
Teachers 1n the elementary grades th1s year are Janet Espeseth and Ehda
Jorgenson, first grade Esther Lade second grade Mrs Louella Olson th1rd
grade Mrs Maude Cameron fourth grade Mrs Wllma Wldmark, fifth grade,
Hlgh school lnstructors are Mrs Rosella Algaard Junlor hlgh Engllsh
Thomas MySZkOWSk1 Jumor hlgh soclal studxes, Merlln Gllbert, 1ndustr1al arts,
MHTIOH Ar1o sen1orh1gh mathematlcs Louella Belyea l1brar1an George Bohn
sack, sen1or hlgh SCIGHCG, Mrs Av1s Carman g1r1s physlcal EdUCHt10H George
Denn1ng, sen1or hlgh SOC1d1 stud1es, Vllera Gedstad, commerclal Ruth Hole,
mus1c and art, Mar1on Parbst home economlcs, Rlchard Seebach athletlcs
coach Harley Shurson and Henry Moe agrlculture, and Jennle Wennerstrom
sen1or h1gh Enghsh
Arvld K Magelssen IS superlntendent and Jack H Harr1s IS pr1nc1pal and
dxrector of band
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BEULAH ANDERSON ESTHER ANDERSON MARY BAUSTAIN
Wmsome Beulah Bashful Esther TIS tOllS reward that sweetens
Glee Club 3 4 Glee Club 3 lndustry
Jr Sr Prom 3 Mlxed Chorus 3 4
Jr Sr Prom 3
MARILYN BECKSTROM DORIS BERG BARRY BERRY
Very VIVHCIOUS A glrl wxth a sterlmg heart EM
Jr Sr From 3 Jr Sr Prom 3 Bell Bottom Trousers
JAMES BINGHAM POY BJORNERUD JOYCE BLANCHARD
James 1S from the West He al Gus
ways does hls very best YOLll'lg 1I1 l1II1bS In Judgment old
M1xed Chorus 2 Bandl Football Mlxed ChOI'llS 3 4 Baseball 3
4 Jr Sr Prom3
Laughlng IS good for body and
Karlstad Hlgh School 1 Glee Club
1 2 Glrl Scouts 1 Jr Sr Prom 3
Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4
Capta1n 4 Tallsman 4 Boy Scouts 1
Jr Sr Prom 3 Jr Class Play 3
Blue eyes curly haxr Merry
Glee Club 1 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 4
Small muslc groups 1 2 3 4 Jr
Class Play GAA 3 Band 2 Grey
hound 3 4 Jr Sr Prom 3
Tlny Twlnkle Eyes
GAA 2 4
Why should lessons worry me
when all the world IS full of glee?
Class Pres 4 Glee Club2 3 MlXed
Chorus 4 Greyhound 3 4 Jr Sr
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ELAINE CARLSON ALVINA CHRISTIANQON VERNA DANIELSON
Gentle of speech bemficent of Quxet Kxd A very n1ce glrl youll Hnd er
Jr Sr Prom Comm 3 Glee Club 1 2, Greyhound 4, Jr
Hlbbmg Hlgh School 1 2, GAA ..
Cr Prom Comm 3
VERNON DAN IELSON
Football 3 4 Hockey 3 Jr Sr
RUBY IONE DUNRUD
THEODORE EKLUN D
FFA 1 2 3 4 Vxce Pres 2 Pres
ldent 3 Secretary 4
The Wlde, wlde world IS ready to Glee Club 3 4, Jr Sr Prom 3 One of hlS chxef assets IS sllence
recelve h1m" FFA 1 2 3 4
Tallsman 4, FFA 1 2 3 4, Jr Sr
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He1 eyes falr w1ndows to a falr
Jr Sr Prom 3 Jr Class Play 3
A perfect farmer
HAZIQ Su ony
Hazel has never been seen Wlth Mechanlzed Mmd
out a smlle
Mlxed Chorus 2 3 Ba eball 3 B
Class Secretary 3 Glee Club 1 2
M1XEd Chorus 3 4 Smdll vocal
Scouts 1 2 Jr Sr Prom 3
1 2 3 4 GAA 3 Greyhound 3 4
Tallsman 4 Jr Sr Prom 3
A pleasmg countenance
Band 1 2 3 4 Jr Sr Prom 3
A most unusual person very am
Pep Band 3 4 Band 3 4 Talls
man 4 Student Counc1l4 FFA 1 2
Jr Sr Prom 3
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Glee Club 1 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 4
Pep Band 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Grey
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VERNA MAE KVARE
Never struck anythlng she could
Class VICE Pres 3 Glee Club 1 2
Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Small vocal
groups 1 2 3 4 Pep Band 1 2 Band
1 2 3 4 Swlng Band 4 Cheerleader
3 4 Greyhound 3 4 Student Coun
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A regular falrner though not 1n
MlXed Choxus 1 2 FFA 1 2 3 4
V106 Pres 4
Brams for buslness
Class Pres 2 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4
Small muslc groups 3 4 Band 1 2
3 4 St Dlrector and Presldent 4
Swmg Band 3 4 Pep Band 1 2 3 4
Football 2 3 4 Basketball 3 Talls
man 4 Student COUHCII 4 Boy
Scouts 1 Jr Sr Prom 3
HOWARD LEPIER ELAINE LINDFORS
Happy Howle Layna
Mlxed Chorus 1 2 3 pep Band 3 Modestys a womans courage
4 Band 1 2 3 4 PL1bl1Clty Mgr 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Greyhound
Swing Band 3 4 Football 3 4 Stu Jr Sr Prom 3
dent Mgr 1 2 Tal1sman 4 Boy
Scouts 1 2 Jr Sr Prom 3 Hockey
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Rapld Red Head MOTU' e can play operas on the type
Class Sec Treas 4 Glee Club 2 3 A dear llttle good llttle sweet wrlter
JI Sr Prom 3
GLEN NORD CLIFFORD NORDEN ARDELLE OLSON
Butch Klppy Jolly Pony
A true sportsman and a keen lov Klppy IS an actor a debator and Jr Sr prom 3
er of nature a fusser
MlXed chorus 3 4 Baseball 3 Mlxed Chorus 1 3 4 Football 3 4
Football 4 Boy Scouts 1 2 Jr Sr Basketball 3 4 Greyhound 4 Talls
Prom 3 man 4 Baseball 3 Jr Sr Prom 3
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FFA 1 2 3 4
Class Presldent 3 Mlxed Chorus
1 2 3 4 Small Muslc Groups 3 4
Pe Band 123 Bnd 1234
Swmg Band 3 4 Football 3 4
Hockey 3 Basketball 4 Greyhound
3 4 Talxsman 4 Boy Scouts 1 FFA
1 2 Jr Sr Prom 3 Jr Class Play 3
J umplng Jay
He has a football reputation and Bagley Hlgh School
a motor car
Class V. President 3' Mixed Cho-
rus 1-2' Football 2-3-4' Talisman 4'
Jr.-Sr. Prom 3.
Hard work perslstent effort made
Mllton a D man
Band 1 Football 4 Student Coun
c1l4 FFA 1234 Pres 4 Sec 2
Treas 3 Jr Class Play3
Tall and Sllent
Glee Club 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 4
Jr Sr Prom 3
MARIAN ROBINSON DARLENE ROULAND
Qu1et Cutxe Qu1et lndeed but sllence IS gold
Glee Club 3 4
Jr Sr Prom 3
Shes pretty to walk wlth w1tty
to talk Wlth and pleasant to thmk
Class Vxce Pres 1 Glee Club 1 2
Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Small vocal
groups 3 Band 1 GAA 3 Grey
hound 1 2 3 4 Edltor 4 Student
Class Play 3
SHERMAN SCHREIBER RALPH SENUM GENE SJOL
Sherman IS very fond of the com SPY Every lnch a man
pany of the l3d1ES nevertheless he To work or not to work that 1S Mahnomen HS 1 Tahsman 4 JI-
accomplnhes much of a serlous na the questlon Sr prom 3 Class Play 3
ture A 1 2 3 4 Jr Sr Prom
Sauk RHp1dS H S 1 2 Class Play Class Play 3
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BEVERLEY TORBLAA DOROTHY VERWOEST
Tall and temptlng And a Jolly glrl 15 she
Pep Band 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 M1xed Chorus gllameda Hlgh School Cahforma
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HARVEY VIGOREN KAREN WELTE MILDRED WHITE
Th1S llttle man has not a llttle
M1Xed Chorus 2 3 4 Football 3 4
Basketball 3 Hockey 3 Greyhound
4 Tahsman 4 Boy Scouts 1 Jr Sr
Prom Comm 3
Detro1t MlChlgan 1 Class V1ce
Pres 4 Glee Club 2 Mlxed Chorus
3 4 Band 2 3 4 Tal1sman4 Edltor
m chlef Student Councll 4 Jr Sr
Prom Comm 3 Jr Class Play 3
N 1Ce and Neat
Glee Club 1 Pep Band 2 3 4 Band
3 GAA 3 Jr Sr Prom
Comm 3 Jr Class Play 3
Lehr N D 1 2 3 Stockton Cahf
4 Boys Glee Club 1 Basketball 1
2 3 FFA 4 Class Play 1 Class DENNIS FORSBERG
Vice Ples 2 3 Army 18 months FFA 1 2 3
Kathryn Konoske Wendell Johnson
The senlor wlth the h1ghest scholastlc ratlng th1s year 15 Kathryn Konoske
who has an average of 94 52 Followlng closely IS the salutatorlan Wendell
Johnson wlth a final average of 94 04 The rest of the top rankmg twelve are
Karen Welte 93 93
Mary Baustlan 93 78
Dorls Nelson 93 55
An1ta Hanson 93 17
Carol Lofstrand 92 62
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Fxrst row left to rlght M Bratland G Brenna M Baustlan H Hanson M Whlte E
Carlson L Brlnk C Lofstrand H Vlgoren J BF1SbO1S
Second row M Beckstrom E Anderson D Mortenson A Hanson A Chr1st1anson B
Anderson D Ber D Roulald K Konoske M Peterson A Olson
Thlrd row H Ekeland 'X Hove S Schrelber R Dunrud K Welte D Verwoest J
Blanchard W Johnson T 1. und C Norden G Nord
Fourth row V Kvare J Quam D FlSh L Leervlg V Danlelson V Haugen D Ol
son B Torblaa E Johnson E Llndfors E Borud
Flfth row R BJornerud N Busse J Bmgham R Olson R Senum M Olson H Whltt
myer C Olson G Leerhoff G Sjol H LeP1er
The senxor class IS the second largest class to graduate from Fosston Hlgh
School Many 1n the class belong to extra currlcular aCt1V1t16S such as band,
muslc groups, and the Greyhound Staff There were eleven of the boys on the
football team and four on the basketball team
They presented the Junlor Senlor Prom May 10 1946, W1th an orchestra
Play llM1SS Amerlca was presented May 3 1946 W1th MISS Krmgler as our
The ofllcers for the year are
Presldent Gladys Brenna
VICE Presldent Karen Welte
Secretary Treasurer Carol Lofstrand
Advlser George Bohnsack
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to set thmgs off Wlth a bang. The theme was May Day. The Junior Class
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Flrst row left to rlght M Johnson H Volden M Watnemo A Peterson E Halhday
M Er1ckson N Rundell L Solle M Torgrlmson M l.l91kHeSS
Second row M Shegrud M Lubken B Norem T LGVOI H Larson M Llndfors E
Landsverk M Norstuen M Husby A Anderson
Thlrd row C Thompson C LHVOI I Berglund M Carlstrom F Burt C Halvor on
N Clementson F Wahlln M Tangen B Lelte
Fourth row E Peterson E Eastlund N Neset D Klas.e E Notvedt O Bakken H
Megorden O Johnson T Borud S Olson
Flfth row W Rutkowskl W Krogh R Wynne G Whaley C Vlg R Larson G Flsh
beck A Vw C Anderson D Buness R Melgren D Bakken
The Junxor class IS made up of fifty elght students, of Whlch there are
thlrty seven glrls and twenty one boys The class adv1ser IS MISS AF10
There are three Junlors on the first ten of the basketball team and several
of the boys who went out for football made the team
Royce Norgaard, the pres1dent moved to Callfornla ln January
The officers for the year are
Secretary Treasurer CODH16 La V01
Annual Representatlve Carol Halvorson
Student Councll Members Frances Burt
AdV1S9r MHFIOH Arlo
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Flrst row left to rlght M Langseth S John on M Helde V Hanson O Berg V!
Blxx R Haugen J Lundeen M Lomnes K SIHJSITI K Notvedt
Second row J Norden M Oxen M Rundell M Hanson A Quam G Johnson L
Green M Chrlstlanson C Jellum W Forsberg V Bjornerud R Blanchard
Thlrd row W Anderson V Howes V Whaley Q Olson A Nystrom A Evenson D
Jeska D Sorenson G Johnson G Relten R Johnson
Fourth row J Mllne D Whlttmyer R Nlenaber P Perrault D Bakken D Colllgan
L Johnson R Myhrum J Sandry D Haugen M Klmke
Flfth row K Olson D Relerson D Molden R Tangen D Jacobson L Nystrom
J Wogsland R Mlller A Holt A Carlson
Slxth row A Hagen C Larson C Aakhus J M1ttUH J Belyea
Out of a class of seventy four students 17 part1c1pate 1n the band There
are five boys on the A Squad 1n basketball and seven on the B Squad There
were also e1ght boys out for football
In the fall the class had the honor of havmg the w1nn1ng float durlng the
There IS one cheerleader from the class, and several Greyhound reporters
The Sophomores are lookmg forward w1th great anxlety to the begmmng
of next year when they be addressed as J un1ors
The officers for the year are
V1ce Presldent Kelth Notvedt
Secretary and Treasurer James Wogsland
Annual Representatlve Charles Aakhus
Student Councll Members Joyce Norden
Advlser Vllera Gedstad
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First row. left to right: R. Espeseth, H. Olson, A. Danielson, R. Aos, R. Nord, A. Krogh,
C. Johnson, D. Thomas, J. Olson, R. Lubken, M. Moen. .
Second row: M. Halliday, G. Vennes, R. Haugen, L. Swanson, M. Tangen, S. Lundhagen,
D. Buness, C. Emerson, R. Larson, P. Larson, R. Rutkowski.
Third row: R, Milne R. Macho D. Wang E. Anderson, A. Mintz, F. Kringle, L. Hassel-
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Fourth row: E. Goldsmith, A. Carlson, M. A. Larson, E. Leerhoff, R. Miller, K. Megorden,
JM ' N I. Kittleson, M. Dunrud, D. Olson, G. Berglund, D. Olson.
Fifth row: I. Anglesburg, F. Knudson, A. Nienaber, J. Klein, J. Anderson, R. Rouland,
J. Lange, P. Tagland, M. Keikness, V. Anderson, F. Tangen.
Sixth row: R. Jeska, R. Kittleson, H. Evenson, B. Briske, J. Dahl, A. Erickson, R. Olson.
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The freshman class consists of forty-two boys and thirty-six girls which
makes a total of seventy-eight pupils.
Many students of the class took part in various activities during the school
year. A number of boys went out for basketball and hope to make the first
five as soon as possible. A few also went out for football. Most of the girls
sing in the glee club while many of the students take part in one of the various
Mrs. Carman, the science teacher, has been a very helpful adviser.
The officers for the year are:
President .........,.Y.,.... .... K athryn Megorden
Vice-President ......s. ..... L ois Hasselton
Secretary-Treasurer .... ---Patricia Tagland
Annual Representative --.. ---- F aye Kringle
Student Council Members --- ---- Mary Larson
Adviser -- ---Avis Carman
Flrst row left to rlght L Mvhre J Wynne M Matson L LGGFVIE N Larson I Jorgen
son R Sorenson
Second row C Monson A Klldal J Haugstul H Haugen
Th1rd row D Carlstrom P Lomen L Wade L Kleln K
C Roux R Klasse K
Solsteln W Rambol B
Fourth row M Hanson G Berglund M S1nJem B Omdahl D Illles J Skatvold A
Flfth row R Larson S Trogstad
There are thlrty actlve students 1n the class There are eleven students
ln the band elght 1n the Glrl Scouts and elght 1n the Boy Scouts There are
s1x boys out for the B Squad 1n basketball There were also three of the
elghth grade boys out for football Four of the g1rls are members of the F H A
The class officers for the year are
VICG Pres1dent Beverley Orndahl
Secretary and Treasure1 Carol Monson
Aclvxser Mar1on Parbst
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Flrst row left to rlght D Axevold W Evans E Moe D Danielson R Mlller D Nord
Second row D Peterson V Bakken W Blngham J Aakhus R Bakken J Dulmage
Thlrd row S Jesness L Balstad D Blanchard R Reler on T Lomen R Holum A
Fourth row D Brlske C Taflm R Rue D Albrlght B Bjornerud I Hasselton B
F1fth row C Haugstul M Granum L Omdahl E Dahl M Hath J Erlckson S F1Sh
heck R Johnson
After s1x long years of hard studylng we End our class upstalrs 1n the
mldst of our upper class men
The class IS made of forty two boys and glrls Durlng the year one g1rl
moved away SIX boys went out for basketball and there are s1x band mem
bers The class adv1ser IS Mr MySZk0WSk1
Officers for the year are
Vice PTCS1d6Dt Rlchard Bakken
Secretary and Treasurer Allen Krlngle
AdV1SeT Thomas Myszkowslu
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Flrst row left to rlght F Kungle L Leervlg K Welte H LeP1er R Bjornerud
Second row C Aakhus H Hanson J Br1 bO1S W Johnson G S301 H Vlgoren R
Thlrd row C Nord n MIQS Ar1o
Ed1tor IH Chlef
Art and Photography Edltor
Jumor Class Representatwe
Sophomore Class Representatwe
Freshman Class Representatlve
Left to rlght Mlss Gedstad V Kvare J Brlsbols H Hanson A H en D Ol on M
Erlckson C LHVOI E Borud
The Greyhound IS publlshed every th1rd week The a1m th1s year has
been to make It a b1gger and better papel than 1n prevlous years and 1n th1S
they hope they have succeeded They owe a lot of thanks to the1r adlvser,
MISS Gedstad who has helped them a great deal
Edltor ln chlef
Norma Mae Rundell
J oycllla Lundeen
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, ,Karen Welte
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, , ,Larry Leervig
Mary Lou Lomness
rd Lois Leervig
Maril n Rundell
Verna Mae Kvare
Howard Le Pier
CORNET Faye Kringle
Warren Anderson Nerd
Lowell Nystrom Ons ermes
JoAnne Clementson BELL LYRE
Flrst row left to rlght J Skatvold J Norden K Smjen W Krogh H LeP1er A Hove
G Flshbeck J Haugstul
Second row V Howes H Hanson M Rundell S Olson M S1nJem K Konoske J
Lundeen M Johnson R Espeseth L Leervlg
Thlrd row C Thomson N Clementson L Leervlg M Lomnes C LaVo1 A Peterson
M Erlckson D Sorenson W Johnson
Fourth row W Bllx N Rundell M Whlte M Tangen M Tangen B Norem
The pep band IS made up of members from the first band They play for
all home games and those out of town games where transportatlon can be ar
Larry Leervlg IS student dlrector of the band
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First row left to rght G Brenna L S he F Wahhn M Sh grud N Rundell K Welte
MISS Hole E Borud M Lcmre K Kono k B Norem K S mem M Baustlan J Br1sbo1s
Second row M Torsrxmson I Berglund R John on M Chrlstlanson J Lundeen X
Peterson H Hanson V Kvare J Norden N Clement on M Erlckson C LaVo1 E Lands
verk M Husby M John on M Lelkn s
Thlrd row M Olen E Ea tlund A Holt G Whaley D Olson C Halvorson F Burt
L Leervlg H Megorden W Krogh H Vlgoren C Norden G Nord T Borud B Torolaa
Fourth row D Sorenson J Quam D Rexerson G Flshbeck C Aakhus R Bjornerud
H LeP1er C Larson A Hagen R Larson R Myhrum D Bakken W Bl1x
Out of one hundred who trled out 1n September slxty four vo1ces were
chosen for thls year's cho1r Part of the Slllglflg done by thls group IS a cappella
work whlle Edlth Borud IS the accompan1st for the other work
MUS1Cal 8Ct1V1t19S of the year mcluded a Thanksglvlng concert, a candle
hght Chr1stmas muslcal, and appearances at sprmg feSt1ValS and concerts
Small groups from th1s orgaruzatlon also broadcast durlng the year over KBUN
Officers for the year are
Recorder Carol Halvorson
Treasurer Harvey Vlgoren
L1brar1an Hazel Hanson
Accompanlst Edlth Borud
Dlrector Ruth Hole
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Flrst row left to rlght W Forsberg M Han.on R Haugen M Rundell H Volden S
Second row H Larson M Llndfors M Norstuen B Lexte T LBVOI
Thlrd row E Llndfors J Mllne D F1sh C Lofstrand M Carlstrom B Anderson
Fourth row S Olson E Peterson D Haugen V Whaley A Nystrom G Relten
One day weekly the sen1or hlgh mus1c perlod IS devoted to th1S group of
gxrls who were chosen on the b3S1S of tryouts After lmprovlng then' readlng
ab1l1ty, the study of correct 1ntonat1on and mterpretatlon of three and four
part mus1c occuples the tlme Part1c1pat1on ln the Chrlstmas and sprlng fes
t1Vlt1eS were 3Ct1V1tl9S of the year The officers are
Recorder Mary Ann Llndfors
Llbrarlan Elalne Llndfors
Dlrector Ruth Hole
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F1rst row left to rlght M Halllday L Ha selton F Krmgle A Krogh D Buness
Second row D Wang E Goldsmlth R Nord M Dunrud G Vennes M Lelkness
Th1rd row I Klttleson S Lundhagen I Anglesburg K Megorden P Tagland Lf
Berglund D Olson
Fourth row J Lange E Leerl"oH M Dunrud M A Larson F Tangen L Tangen V
Th1S group IS a voluntary organ1zat1on chosen on the baS1S of tryouts 1n
September TWICE weekly ensemble s1ng1ng 1n three and four parts IS done
Members of th1S group are bu1ld1ng toward rnembershlp 1n the senlor hlgh
cholr or glee club so emphas1s IS lald upon volce development and the 1mprove
ment of readmg ab1l1ty The offlcers are as follows
Pres1dent Lucllle Tangen VN
L1brar1an Patr1c1a R525 yylmijyxll
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F1rst row left to rlsht A Hove C Olson M Ol on G Leerhcff H Ekeland
Second row H Olson M Helde R Larson A Nmenaber J Qandry J Olson
Thlrd row A V12 D Olson T Eklund R Je ka O Ichn on R Ol cn
Fourth row M1 Qhurson D Je ka C Vlg R O' on R Nlenabel H Whlttmyer
The Fosston chapter of the Future Farmers of Amer1ca wh1ch IS a mem
ber of the state and natlonal F F A ASSOC13t10HS hold evemng meet1ngs reg
ularly throughout the school year The 1deals of cooperatlon, parl1amentary
procedure school and commumty servlce planmng and organxzatlon are all
stressed at these meet1ngs Recreatlonal aCt1V1t19S are mcluded 1n each meet
mg and the sport of the season 1S played d1l1gently Garden seed sales rural
school day county fa1r booths and sponsorshlp of d1str1ct banquets are all part
of the regular program
Th1s year's officers are
Presxdent M1lton Olson
Secretary Harlan Ekeland
Treasurer CUYt1S Paulson
Reporter Chfford Olson
Sent1nel Alan Hove
Advlser Harley Shurson
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Seated left to right H Volden G Berglund B Perrault D Bakken K Solsten S
Johnson L Green C Halvorson E Goldsmith R Johnson R Haugen M Larson
Standing P Felrault I Angle burg I Berglund C LaVo1 M Carlstrom V Byorn
erud A Nystrom J Lundeen D Whittmyer J Norden M Rundell G Relten B Omdahl
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The F H A is a new organization just started this year It is under the
direction of Miss Parbst. There are 24 girls in this club, who at the first meet-
ing this fall chose the following officers:
President ......,,.......,............,...v......, Iris Anglesburg
Vice-President ,.......,....e........,........,..... Connie LaVoi
Secretary ,............e........i..........e.....e.. Joyce Norden
Treasurer ......,.................,.,.e.....,.,..... Ruth Haugen
Song Leader .......L....................,..,....... Ruth Johnson
Adviser ........,...,.......................,...... Marion Parbst
During the year our club had several banquets and many enjoyable get-
togethers ofthe members. Various members of our club attended the district
meeting of the F. H. A. at Bemidji last November and the state meeting at
Minneapolis in March.
Flrst row left to rxght B BJornerud L Leerv1g R Relerson S Jesness C Haugstul
C Monson D Blanchard B Relerson
Second row B Omdahl D Carlstrom K Solsten B Perrault M Granum J Wynne
M Hanson M Slnjem E Dahl J Erlckson
Thlrd row R Blanchard E Goldsmlth V Bjornerud R Nord L Klongerboe S John
son A Krogh L Hasselton J Lundeen D Albrlght
Fourth row Mxss Jorgenson Mlss Berntson P Perrault I Angelsburg V Whaley K
Megorden P Tagland F Krlngle Mlss Espeseth Miss Parbst
For every meetmg each scout must have someth1ng done for her badge
A Scout selects a field 1n whlch she IS 1nterested and has to accompl1sh a num
ber of thmgs before she may obtaln her badge When she has four badges on
her major field she may work on a m1nor field There are ten fields from
Wh1Ch she can select her work They are Health and safety homemaklng
sports and games arts and crafts lxterature and dramatlcs nature and the out
of doors, muslc and dancmg communlty lxfe and mternatlonal frlendshlp
After the gxrl has earned ten badges she IS a Flrst Class Scout
To ralse funds the nlneteen members of the Glrl Scouts sold refreshments
at most of the basketball games and at the tournaments They are trymg to
ralse enough money to go to camp The Scouts gave ten dollars th1s year to
a worthy cause, the pol1o fund
Leaders for the year are Marlon Parbst and Janet Espeseth, Thyra Bernt
son and Ellda Jorgenson
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F1rst row left to r1ghtJ Aakhus J Haugstul Rev Espeseth R Espe eth M Moen R
Second row D Brlske A Krlngle R Holum H Haugen K Larson
Thlrd row A Mlntz J Skatvold W Rambol R Haugen D Thomas
Fourth row R Klttle on J Dahl R Lar on A Carlson
The Boy Scouts of Amerlca, Troop 101, under the leadershxp of Scout
master Reverend Wllllam A Espeseth and Herbert Wandschne1der asslstant,
IS an actlve and growxng organlzatlon, they have partlclpated ln varlous pro
grams and projects durlng the past year One of the outstandmg projects of
the year was the lmprovement on the tract of land donated by S1d Lade to the
Boy Scouts and Future Farmers of Amerlca on the north shore of Cross Lake
More work IS expected to be done durlng the summer months Durlng Scout
week the scouts cooked thelr noon meal over an open fire on ma1n street The
evenlng of February 17 was a b1g mght when the Boy Scouts together wlth the
Cub Scouts Corganlzed a year agoj held a 3o1nt meetlng An lmpresslve ln
vestlture ceremony was conducted when n1ne new scouts were mvested The
membershlp IS now th1rty
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y rum J Wogsland H LeP1er R Bjornerud
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son a us D Olson G Whaley R Larson Mgr R Seebach
econ row D Sorenson Mgr C Anderson E Eastlund H Vlgoren R Nlenaber R
Wynne G Nord C Norden R Tangen D Bakken J Belyea J Mlttun
Thlrd row A Vlg A Erlckson L Leervlg H Megorden J Bingham M Olson A
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Rlchard Seebach coached th1s year s football team He
Ronald Olson A senlor and captaln who played fullback
Glenn Whaley A Jumor who played center
Roger Myrhum A sophomore who played rlght guard
Eugene Eastlund A Junlor who played rxght guard
Clark Anderson A Junlor who played rlght tackle
A senlor who played left tackle
A senlor who played rlght end
A senlor who played left end
A semor who played quarterback
A sophomore who played left half
A Junlor who played rlght half
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After two yeals of playlng SIX man football Fosston lesumed an eleven
Wlth the record of only one w1n thls season we cannot call the season too
successful although we all admlt they t11ed very hald and played some very
The season began on September 16 when we went to Crookston to be de
feltcd by a score of 21 0 Aftel two weeks more of p1 actlce our team played
a good game agamst Bem1d11 but agam 21 0 was the final score agamst Foss
ton Our next game was a thr1ll1ng one YV1lLl1 Mac The score ended ID a 6 6
Under many d1l:flCL1ltl8S the boys played Mahnomen the event bexng then
Homecomlng game The game ended wxth a score of '38 0 ln favor of Mahno
In our thr1ll1ng Homecomlng game w1th McIntosh we defeated them by
a score of 7 0 B301 nerud caught a long pass and went over for the touchdown
Durmg our game agamst Bem1dJ1 Aakhus made a n1ce run but the ball was
called back by the zeferee and we were defeated 7 0 Fosston was powerfully
overcome by the undefeated AC team by a score of 28 0 Agam the boys
played a very good game but just couldnt make It
Flrst row left to rlght R Wynne D Olson R Bjorne ud C Aakhus G Whaley M1
Second row R Larson Mgr E Notxedt C Norden J Wogsland R Roy land D
Thlrd row R Tangen R Olson A Hagen C Larson J Mlttun
Roy Gus Bjornerud capta1n and a semor who played forward and was
the leadmg scorer of the team
Dav1d Husky Dave Olson a semor who played guard Thls was Dave s
first year on the team and he showed much 1mprovement durmg the season
Ronald Goopy Olson Goopy a semor was m1ss1ng from the squal the
first half of the season played center and guard
Clllford Kxppy Norden Another semor who played guard
R1chard Dlck Wynne The team s long shot artlst and the coolest player
on the team he was a Jumor
Glenn Doc Whaley Doc a Jumor was one of our best defenslve men
Charles Chat Aakhus One of the leadlng scorers on the squad Chat
was a sophomore
Donald Dude Bakken Dude was the speedster of the team He was a
Jumor who played guard
James Snookle M1ttun One of the tallest men on the team and a good
man for rebounds he IS a sophomore
James Okle Wogsland Th1S sophomore who played guard w1ll be a
good player on next year s team
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In November Coach Seebachs Greyhounds started basketball practice
for the 1946 47 season Thelr first game was played with Crookston A C on
November 26 at Crookston The Greyhounds came out on top 39 31 Wynne
was high point man for Fosston with 14 points
Fosston traveled to Thief River Falls on November 29 to defeat the Prowl
ers 19 15 wlth Bjornerud scoring 15 of the total points for the Greyhounds
The following Tuesday November 30 the Greyhounds suffered the1r first
defeat of the season at the hands of Bemidji 33 20 Friday of the ame week
the Gonvick Bulldogs downed Fosston 22 20 in the first conference game of
Fosston defeated the Ada Vikings on Adas home court 50 37 in a very
high scoring game on December 6 Bjornerud had 18 points Aakhus scored
Friday the 13 was a bad luck day for the Fosston Greyhounds The lea
son we lost to a strong Crookston qumt by a score of 32 26
The Fosston squad played their first game with the McIntosh Cardinals
on December 14 Bjornerud was high point man with 11 The final score was
34 19 in favor of Fosston
Tuesday of the next week December 17 the Greyhounds chalked up an
other victory by defeating Ersklne in their th1rd conference game of the year
by a score of 29 28
December 20 the Roseau team came here the half ended with the Grey
hounds out in front 10 8 The last half ended wlth the Greyhounds scormg 21
polnts to Roseau s 11 to defeat them 31 19 Bjornerud had 15 pomts
Although we lost to Thief Rlver on January 11 Coach Seebach let 20 fel
lows dress for the game and they all played for at least three minutes The
final score was 26 31
January 14 the Greyhounds journeyed to Mentor to be defeated by a
quarters they were nosed out by a score of 43 37
Our second game with the Ada Vikmgs was played on January 17 in the
Fosston high school gym Although this game was not as high scoring as the
other it was equally 9XC1t1I'1g The game ended 29 25 1n Fosston s favor
Fosston played their second game with Mentor on the night of January 21
in the Fosston gym This was hard luck night for the Greyhounds coming out
on the short end of the score 21 35
On Saturday evening January 25 Fosston played a polio benefit game
w1th McIntosh and won by a score of 32 27
The Fosston Greyhounds revenged their first loss with the Gonvick Bull
dogs on January 28 by defeating them in a decisive vlctory by a margin of 14
points the final score belng 48 34
January 31 Fosston played Clearbrook for the first t1me in the season
drubbing them in a fast game 34 17 Bjornerud was high point man with 11
pomts Aakhus had 10
The Greyhounds got off to a slow start when they played Oklee a return
game February 11 on our home court The half ended 13 6 and the final score
was 47 13
Fosston Greyhounds played the Bagley Flyers on February 13 This was
the outstanding game of the season Aakhus dropped 1n the winning basket
after stealing the ball in mid court thus breaking the half minute tie The
game ended with the score of 25 23
Playing the second five the first three quarters of the game Fosston played
their second game with Clearbrook on February 14 Mittun and Whaley
shared scoring honors with 13 points each Fosston won 46 43
Crookston A C nosed out the Greyhounds 1n a close game on February
18 The game ended 26 23 with Fosston on the short end of the score
The third game wlth the McIntosh Cardlnals was played here on the night
of February 21 The Greyhounds got off to a good start and the first half
ended 25 10 for Fosston The final score was 36 23
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Flrst row left to rleht G Carlm D Nord G Brom R Relerson E Noe
Second row R KVBIG R Bakken J Aakhus A Krmgle D Brlske
Fourth row R Haugen J Skatvold R Mlller W Rambol H Haugen
The C squad conslsts of the s1xth, seventh and e1ghth grade boys They
played two games thls year agalnst McIntosh and won both games The first
game was played at McIntosh, the score was 40 13 Kenneth Larson scored
17 polnts for Fosston Wayne Rambol had 13 The second game was played at
Fosston the score of thls game was 47 19 1n our favor
Third row: .K. .Larson: N.. Larson., R.. Espesellh, Haugstull R. Sorenson, Mgr.
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Flrst row left to rlght D Huot L Lohn D Soren on H Moe R Sunrud R Glover
Carlln B Krome D Jellum P Evenson
Second low O Haugen D Smjem R Melensmone R Johnson E Ingeretson J Rud
Carver J Dan1elson D Foster J Brlske
Fourth row I Starrey W Haugen D Smjem R Smjem D Affeldt J Bjornerud
Haugen C Olson D Peterson
Flfth row G Norman K Nystrom F Chase O Solstem J Ruud A O1 on D LHVO1
M Torrle R Hagen
The basketball squad of the future IS shown here 1n these boys from the
first through the fifth grades So far they are a prom1s1ng group of players
Coach Seebach has been tra1n1ng them after school and by the tlrne they get
to h1gh school they should be ready to take Fosston to the state tournaments
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Two of our cheerleaders were chosen two years ago and one was chosen
last year Wh1le cheerleadlng lVlar1lyn Husby hurt her knee and was unable
to contmue throughout the season Joyce Norden was chosen to take her place
and Joyce Norden
At the close of our basketball season th1s year Loxs Leervlg Glor1s
Vennes and Rae Arl1s Re1e1 son were chosen to be Jumor cheerleaders
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Our senior cheerleaders are Verna Mae Kvare, Ruth Haugen, Marilyn Husby,
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Flrst row left to rlght P Perrault J Lundeen J Norden B Lelte
Second row M Torgnmson D Bakken L Green Mrs Carman
The twenty members of the Glrls Athlet1c Assoc1at1on meet once a week
The group partlclpates 1n varlous sports durlng the year conslstlng of basket
ball klttenball badmlnton and tumbllng The glrls can also part1c1pate ID
1nd1v1dual sports such as skatlng h1k1ng and skung
The group serves lunches to the faculty once every two weeks and they
also asslst at the tournaments The lncentlve for all thelr work IS to earn funds
for a phonograph for the Phy Ed Department
The officers for the year plctured above are
Presldent Marys Torgrlmson
Vlce PFeS1dEnt Blanche Lelte
Secretary and Treasurer Joyce Norden
Publ1c1ty Chalrman Joy Lundeen
Sports Chalrman Delores Bakken
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Ole M Rud 1an1tor for the Fosston High School was here from 1938 to
1942 He was in Alaska 1n 43 and 44 and in the Aleutian Islands during 1945
He returned to Fosston June 1 1946 to resume his duties as Janitor He IS
very capable and has done a good job. Melvin Haslie has been Ole Rud's aide
September 16 School opened and vx e were all hapny to be back
September 25 D1str1ct agrlculture meetmg wa held 1n the gym We plaved
first football game and lost to Crookston Cathedx al 21 0
The Bem1dJ1 football game showed the boys were 1mprov1ng
Team went to Mac and came home wlth a tze
Mahnomen had a joyou homecoming by defeatlng us
Our homecornmg game wxth Mac was a blg uccess due to the fact
won Freshman Faye Krmgle lexgned as qu cn
The boys lost to Bcm1dJ1 by one pomt
We lo t oul last football gam to th Cxookston A C
Senlors had thclr gI'HClL1dl,1OI1 p1CtUlE taken Junlors held t1y
the11 class play
November 6 Basketball squad sta1ted plaetlce
November 22 F H A was olganlzcd Fnst ba ketball gam llluroru wele
Thanksglvlng eoncelt gxven by the mlxcd ehoxus and band
Gleyhounds defeat the Cxookston A C 1n basketball
Thanksglvmg assembly glven IH aud1to11um
29 Thanksgxvmg vac'1t1or
Fosston defeated Thlef Rlver Falls
December 3 Gonvlck w1ns over Fosston 22 20
December 4 Jumors present then' play The Antlcs of Andrew
December 6 Fosston defeated Ada 50 37
December 13 Crookston Central defeated Fosston 32 26
December 14 Fosston defeated Mac 34 19
December 17 Erskme downed by Fosston 29 28
December 20 Fosston Roseau game ended 31 19 1n our favor Chr1stmas
January 6 We returned to school after Chr1stmas vacat1on
ter of hard work Lyceum program glven featurlng
to another semes
the art1st Garnet
Thlef Rlver Falls defeated Fosston by a score of 31 26
Fosston lost to Mentor
Ada came to Fosston and was defeated by a narrow margm of
Three semor boys took a navy scholarshlp test MUSIC students
attended a cl1n1e at Thlef Rlver Falls
January 21 lVlento1 xx ms oyer Fosston for a second tlme
January 25 Fosston and Mclntosh played a benefit game fox the MHICl1 of
Dlrnes on our floor Fosston was V1CtO11OUS Well over S200 was collected
and then d1v1ded bctu een the two towns to swell the1r quotas
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January 31 The Junlors publ1shed the Greyhound and a good copy lt was too'
Clearbrook bowed to Fosston
February 5 Fosstons Swxng Band MISS Hole and the glrls sextette played
February 11 Augsburg Choral Club appeared here 1n concert Fosston
smeared Oklee 47 13
February 13 We were the v1ctors ln a game w1th the Bagley Flyers It was
a hard battle wlth the final score 25 23
We d1d It agaln at Clearbrook 46 43
Crookston A C was defeated on our Hoor
Aga1n we down Mac
The heartbreak of the year when Bagley s qu1nt defeated us on
May 4 10 Conservat1on Week
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March 1 March entered l1ke a hon so we could hope for an early sprmg
Schoolmen s meetlng was held 1n Fosston F H A S91 ved tl'1G1I' d1nner
March 6 8 Sub d1str1ct basketball tournament games played on our floor
March 10 Assembly p1 ogram presented by Wllllam Powell mag1c1an Man
toux test g1ven
March 14 D1str1ct tournament held at Fosston
March 17 McIntosh was host to the d1str1ct speech contest
March 20 21 The reg1onal basketball tournament IS held at Bem1dJ1
Aprll 4 7 That longed for w ekend finally arrlved Easter vacat1on
Apr1l 8 Oh well lt couldn t last forever School resumes
Aprll 16-Band concert IS held
Aprll 19 Bands and choruses of d1str1ct 30 rehearse for the spr1ng festlval
Aprll 25 MUSIC festlval held at Fosston
May 1 May IS ushered 1n w1th Ch1ld Health Day
The reg1onal mus1c contest held at Th1ef R1ver Falls
M1nnesota Day 1S observed
Rural school day IS observed
Fosston Band IS on the road
Jun1ors fete the graduates at a Nlght 1n Old MEXICO
June 1 Baccalaureate servlces are held
June 2 4 Flnal exams how d1d you do?
June 6 It s farewell to our h1gh school days and on to the future
March 11-Bemidji State Teachers College presented "A Midsummer Night's
Left to rlght H LeP1er W Ellefson D Olson L Leervlg J Wog land Mr HHFFIS
Mr MySZkOWSk1 V Kvare
Fosston Hlgh School for the first tlme has an organlzed swlng band It
1S composed of ten members alumm faculty and h1gh school students They
have played for var1ous school and communlty act1v1t1es mcludlng the Jumor
class play pep meetlngs proms and leglon meetmgs
In January they broadcast over KBUN Bem1d31 on the Northwest Talent
Broadcast It was qulte an experlence for them as It was the first of 1tS klnd
We hope they can stay together and gam some real experlence
The members are Dav1d Olson James Wogsland Jack Harrls and Thomas
MySZk0WSk1 saxophones Howard LeP1er and Wendell Ellefson cornets Larry
Leervlg trombone Blll Krogh drums and Verna Mae Kvare at the plano
ddfzzatfz 7 ewloftle o 47
Be rt remembered that the Class of 47 of Fosston
Hrgh School rn the County of Polk and the State of
Mrnnesota berng of sound memory mrnd and un
derstandmg do make and publrsh thrs therr last w1l1
and testament and bequeath therr cherrshed pos
Mary Ann Carlstrom Beulah wrlls her stare
Shrrley Olson Myrt s herght
Connre LHVOI Dorrs Berg wrlls her quretne s
Harrret Volden Joyce Blanchard wrlls her abllrty to
Alrce Peterson the shyne s of Esther Anderson
Elarne Peterson the brarns and blush of Mary Baus
Norma Clementson Elalne Carlson s color combrna
Art Vrg Vernon Danlelson s abrlrty to play football
Mary Ann Lrndfors Lors Brrnk s quret ways
Don Klasse Harlan Ekeland s abrlrty to play pool
Leona Solre Larry Leervrg s abrlrty to argue
Charlotte Thompson Edrth Boruds V 8
Theresa LaVo1 Verna Maes blonde locks
Glenn Whaley Roy Bjorneruds love of the hard
wood durrng games
Margaret Tangen the legs of Kathryn Konoske
Charles Vrg Norman Busse s curly harr'
Donald Bakken Berry wrlls hrs gentlemanly ways
Marlon Watnemo Ruby Dunruds long blonde harr
Irene Berglund Marrlyn Beckstroms boys excess
Mavls Shegrud Verna Danrelsons sweet smlle
Drck Wynne Glenn Leerhofls and Jrmmy Brng
hams abrlrty to tell trnre
Idella Rotness Gladys love of the males
Helen Mae Larson June Brrsbors promptness
Orley Bakken Rrchard Forsbergs manly burld
Raymond Melgren Wendell Johnson s and Ted Ek
lunds abrlrtres to do algebra
Blanche Lerte Ardelle Olsons complexron
Eleanor Landsverk Elarne Lrndfors shapely figure
Norman Neset Mrkes Swedrsh burld
Howard Megor den Marran Robmson s self conscrous
Maureen Lubken Ralph Senums complexlon
Fern Wahlm Dorrs Nelson wrlls her fur coat
B111 Krogh Clrfford Olsons bashfulness
Eugene Eastlund Ronnre Olson s regular attendance
Marrlyn Husby Darlene Roulands and Alvrna
Chrrstranson s quretness
Carol Halvorson Gene S1ols car
Mardella Lerkness Dorrs Frshs manly walk
Alpha Anderson Dorrs Mortenson wrlls her small
Curtrs Paulson Davrd wrlls hrs way wrth the gn ls
Ellen Hallrday May Peterson wrlls her prn curls
Marrlyn Hohnson Theora s Jrtters
Marrlyn Errckson Anrtas abrlrty to act
Glen Frshbeck Allan Hoves ab1l1ty to farm
Frances Burt Carol Lofstrand s red harr'
Wallace Rutkowskr Clifford Nordens combed harr
Clark Anderson Vrrgrl Haugen wrlls hrs mouth or
Elmer Notvedt Jeanette Quams stature tall
And not to be outdone to the entrre class Harvey
Vrgoren and Howard LeP1er leave therr humor
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The Antlcs of Andrew by Jay TOb1aS was presented 1n the lfugh school
audltorlum on December 4 1946 V1lera Gedstad dlrected the play and was
aSS1StSd by Marlon Ar1o The play was a h1lar1ous comedy wh1ch conslsted of
Glenn Whaley as Andrew Brown a sen1or at Cameron College
Connle LaVo1 as Petun1a Andrew s darky cook
Donald Bakken as Jacques h1s French butler and valet
D1ck Wynne as Wlllle Waldo Andrew s pal
Carol Halvorson as Althea Thorne MISS Prunella s DISCS
Eugene Eastland as Uncle Isaac Andrews m1ll1onar1e uncle from New
Marllyn Erlckson as Betty Boynton W1ll1e s sweetheart
Marllyn Husby as Juhe Boynton Harolds sweetheart
Royce Norgaard as Dean Boynton dean of Cameron College
Ahce Peterson as Mlss Prunella Thorne a malden lady ln love w1th the
Orley Bakken as O Flar1ty a detect1ve from headquarters
Elmer Notvedt as Royle O Flar1ty s shadow
Howard Megorden as Reverend Doollttle a man of mystery
Bill Krogh as Harold Hadley, another pal..
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Care to go for a r1de w1th us on th1s fa1r day of June 6 1957? It s the first real get to
gether that the class of 47 has had smce that glorlous day of graduation ten years ago
Lets stop at M1HH6apOl1S Inc1dentally we re r1d1ng 1n WENDELL JOHNSON S plane
as he has the Bem1dJ1 M1HH6ap0l1S route and the beaut1ful a1rl1ne stewardess 1S none oth
er than MILDRED WHITE Some of the pas engers who are already on board are DORIS
MORTENSON who IS happ1ly marrled to Lowell MARY BAUSTIAN accompanled by a
bunch of l1ttle blondes GLENN LEERHOFF who has become a grade A farmer and h1S
pal Ted Eklund who s runn1ng the Farmers Elevator The plane comes 1n for a landing and
we hop a taX1 to gather a few more lost souls Flrst stop Wlll be for VERNA MAE KVARE
who owns her own beauty shop 1nc1dentally the Olson apphance shop IS next door Whats
the big bu1ld1ng next to thls? Why It IS the UHIVEFSIIY Hosp1tal' Well let s not stand here
let s go 1n and see 1f we can find a stray soul or two And there IS THEORA SCHIRR
SCHMIDT head nurse w1nn1ng the confident approval of all her patxents and who IS com
1ng down the other corr1dor? DAVID OLSON head of the obstetr1cs d1v1s1on and BARRY
BERRY who 1S tak1ng care of the veterans d1v1s1on Further down the corr1dor we find
CAROL MAE LOFSTRAND an up and comlnff psych1atr1st who IS HSS1St9d by DORIS FISH
Guess that about does It for th1s bu1ld1ng oops not qu1te' There s HARLAN EKELAND
passlng out c1gars Congratulatlons'
Hungry? Lets stop for supper before gomg any farther Where shall we eat? Why
naturally at Jerry s Cafe where MYRTLE BRATLAND IS cashler The food IS del1c1ous as
BEULAH ANDERSON a graduate home economlst has fixed the meal ln great style The
meal now fimshed we d6C1d8 for an even1ng of enterta1nment F1rst let s get the car Hlled
up Wlth gas from the LEPIER statlon s1nce HOWARD IS the presldent of the Champhn re
Hnerles It s natural that we won t have to pay Now where? To hear KAREN WELTE s1ng
1ng w1th the soap opera or do we want to hear the M1Hn63pOl1S Symphony Orchestra where
EDIIH BORUD IS featured as p1ano sololst? Well It s the symphony orchestra we d6C1dE to
hear and we are pleasantly surpr1sed to hear HAZEL HAN SON thr1ll1ng a large aud1ence as
guest vocahst s1ng1ng Ma Curly Headed Baby Walt' Does anyone hear a strange 1101599
Why there s LARRY LEERVIG trylng to 1m1tate Tommy Dorsey w1th h1S band
W1th that over how about a l1ttle IH the llne of refreshments? Across the street we find
HARVEY VIGOREN a very promlnent bartender so we go 1n for a chat Who IS that comlng
ID the back door? Why It s none other than CLIFFORD NORDEN top hand bootlegger
Guess he never Wlll g1V6 up We Slt down and order s1zzl1ng steaks from BUTCHER
NORD S shop and are they lusc1ous' Of course we have MARION TANGEN who IS a first
81d1I'1StI'l.lCtOI' along just 1n case Now who IS that parad1ng 1n the background? Why 1tS
RICHARD FORSBERG now playlng the role of an undertaker On second thought Im not
really hungry for that steak Shall we go on? Say who was that that just passed us? No
t1ce that beaut1ful Chevrolet? You guessed 1t' GLADYS IS r1d1ng 1n a sleek new car w1th
the back seat full of l1ttle Wynnes Now what? Someth1ng the matter Wlth the car? How
convenlent that HAUGEN S auto repalr shop 1 r1ght down the street naturally VIRGIL IS
ch1ef mechan1c That done how about a n1ce qu1et n1ght of sleep? Can you th1nk of a better
place than to the spaclous mansion of Clyde and DOROTHY? So to Dorothy s It 1Sl Why
she has guests well there SLOIS BRINK who IS now a m1ss1onary from far off Chlna and
DORIS NELSON the health officer who accompan1es her Do you not1ce the characterlstlc
Hollywood styles worn by those 1n the drawmg room? Of course you realize It s ELAINE
LINDFORS now model1ng for John Powers and JUNE BRISBOIS prxvate secretary to
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Clark Gable They were accompan1ed by HARVEY WHITTMYER who IS coachmg 1n Cal1
forma 1nc1dentally the1r tr1p from Cal1f0TH1a to the reumon was an especlally pleasant one
s1nce the1r pxlot was a former classmate GENE SJOL
No one would ever guess that th1s group all graduated from a small town 11ke Fosston
but let s see there were more of us than th1s
Why look at th1S plcture 1n th1S magazme fam1l1ar 1snt 1t'7 Remember MARILYN
BECKSTROM well she s a model for the Pep odent company now and that pxcture of the
llvestock Judge certalnly JAMES BINGHAM remember how he used to Judge us'7 How
about a l1ttle mus1c on the rad1o OK? Say that vo1ce I know Ive heard It before why
sure thats ALVINA CHRISTIANSON now a rad1o recept1on1st What vsas the news flash
about someone Salllng for Ch1na'7 None other than MARIAN ROBINSON searchmg for
broader fields huh?
A l1ttle more gabbmg and off to bed Sunday mormng' and we re all bound for the l1t
tle church around the corner where the Reverend SENUM IS g1v1ng h1s first sermon and
RUBY DUNRUD wlth a shlny halo S1tS 1n the cho1r loft Say who s 1n the row ahead of us
Wlth the whole pew full of k1ds'7 It couldnt be ARDELLE OLSON could 1t'7 Oh yes It
could and IS The cholr beglns and 15 dlrected by DARLENE ROULAND who 15 the grade
teacher at the local publ1c school and that bass VOICE recogn1ze 1t'7 Of course It s MILTON
t1on from h1s sheep ranch
Now fora l1ttle on the educat1onals1de remember ANITA HANSON a WhlZ at every
thmg concermng school she IS now pass1ng her knowledge on to others as she IS the mathe
mat1cs professor wh1le RONNIE OLSON IS her aSSOC13te remember he was the student who
knew everythmg but stud1es well he finally made the grade and IS now p1ofessor of hlstory.
We presume he remembers a l1ttle from Mr Dcnnlng s classes
That l1mous1ne that just drove by recogn1ze that sm1le'7 The same VERNON DANIEL
SON we used to know only now he IS the ch1ef eng1neer of the Boemg plants and we used to
th1nk he was so t1m1d Wh1ch rem1nds us of VERNA who IS now d1shwasher at Alton s cafe
What s the mean1ng of the slgn 1n front of th1s house Lonely Hearts Club" ELAINE
CARLSON and ESTHER ANDERSON are pat1ently wa1t1ng for the1r better halves to come
The next bu1ld1ng 1nforms us that ALAN HOVE IS presldent of the Nat1onal Councll of
Farmers 1n Amer1ca Wlth SHERMAN SCHREIBER as h1S fa1thful asslstant
Do you feel as I doo That we need a good clean up Job Lets head for the BJORNE
RUD dry cleaners Wlth the togs and to the beauty school w1th BEVERLY TORBLAA and
DORIS BERG to do the faces Justlce
So now we ve seen or spoken of all of our classmates Rather HICB to th1nk back to the
good old days 1snt lt" So the trlp IS over and all of us head back for our Jobs w1th only
the pleasant memorles of h1gh school days well spent
You ought to be good at geometry
Your head 1S both pla1n and SOl1d
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The uppelclassmen st1ll managed to command the respect of the F1 esh1es
even though the Fleshman candldate Faxe Kllngle 1e1g,ned as HKJIT16COfY11Hg
Queen fO1 1946 Ruth Haugen Cal ol Halxm son md Hazel Hanson folmed the
Couxt of Hono1
We had the l1dCl1l1OI'1dl paxade and bonlne but mlssed ou1 usual home
comlng dance The cllmax of the xx eek earne xxhen the G1 ex hounds defeated
the Caldlnals of Melntosh Betxx een halx es F 'W Pelzel C1 oxxned the queen
A paltx xx as held IH the gx mnaslum that ex enlng to CQl9b1dl6 the xletorx
Thls xeax s JUDIOI Senlol p1 om xx as held Satuxdax Max 24 The gene1al
theme was a n1ght ln Old lVlex1eo Those 1n ehalge xx e1e
Genelal eo ehanmen Calol Halvo1 on
Decolatlons Glenn Whalex
Refxeshments Md11lXH Husbx
P1 ogxam B1ll Krogh
Games F1 anees Bllll
Muslc D1ck W3 nne
Chaperone Conn1e L8VO1
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Most studlous glrl
Most studlous boy
Best glrl dancer
Best boy dancer
Most humorous glrl
Most humorous boy
Most athletlc 1r
Most athletlc oy
Most thoughtful glrl
Most thoughtful boy
Best dressed gxrl
Best dressed boy
Llfe of the cla s
Larry L69lV1g DdV1d Olson
Vex non Dan1elson
Boy Wlth most achlevements DaV1d Olson
G1rl with most achlevements
Scatter bramed boy
Scatter bramed glrl
Carol Mae Lofstrand
Most mtelllgent grrl
Most mtelhgent boy
Quletest girls Beulah Anderson Joyce Blanchard
Most sarcastxc boy
Most soclable glrl
Most soclable boy
All around sport
Class cut up
Most dependable glrl
Most dependable oy
Most fun to know
Most popular boy
Most popular glrl
Splrlt of the class
Verna Mae Kvare
May Peterson Dor1s Flsh
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Senlors Wo1k1ng hard on the Annual
Boys and gnls Qhexung, gum tsomcnmesj
Paper m the halls
Pl2l1ClS and sack dusses
A sec1eta15 IH the ofhce
Coach 5 fl lshy bow tus
M1 Ha1r15 and M1 Magelssens gl 1n5
Verna Mae and Goopy
Happy boys and g11l5 OV61 the basketball Qh'1mp1on5h1p5
Flne 5p01tSITldI'1Sl11p at basketball ITIICS
M1s5 Gedstad 5 and Mrs Carman 5 loss of volce U01
B111 K1 ogh s fine sense of humor
No m111o15 IH the xx .-15h1ooms tbette1 luck next yearj
Bob and Marllyn thappy tu osomej
HOW8Id Lepler 5 l1IHp
Return of some of our serv1cemen
Some of the marks on repo1t cards
M1s5 A110 5 happy dl5pO51tlOH
Mr Dennmg s and MISS Wennerstrom s famous sax xngs
Mr Bohnsack s basketball talks
D1Ck16 and Glady5 and Chat and MuggS16 always together
Gus basketball ab1l1ty
The WOI1d61fL1l playlng all of ou1 boys d1d at the games and tournamentslm
The swell Job our cheerleaders have done
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xxele the sub dlstxlet and d1st11et basketball touxn xments held hele but Foxx
ton eame out on top of both
On MdILh 6 the sub dlatrlet toulnament begin xxlth Baglex defeatmg
to1 '31 24 and ID THE glme of the evenlne, Fosston doxxned Genxlek 39 20
E1 ldds baxx Cle llbl ook take lVIento1 gl 24 xx h1le Fosston xx'1s VlC,lOIl0L1S as thev
defeated the11 Ilxal Baglex 28 23 Satuxdxx mght Fosston aeeepted the
tlophx for the sub dlstrlet aftel a h'11d fought game 'IFJHIIIST an mspu ed Cleax
brook team xx hom thex defeated 29 25
F1 ldax Mal eh 14 Ada t1e1x eled to Fosston onlx to be defeated bx the shm
mazgm of one polnt by the home team The tl1I1ll1I1g game ended w1th a x1c
torx for Fobston Wlth a bCO1G of 28 24
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HUT DFIVE KIPPY
1 NUT SALAD
Chop small very lrttle suffrces at one trme Serye
wrth cream no se sonrng rs requlred
Gather on your table
If found to be rather fresh cover for 2 weeks wlth
brrne A very hot oven 1S necessary as they are al
ready accustomed to heated arguments This recrpe
wrll be found rndrspensable to debatlng socrrtles 1nd
3 PRESERVED PAIRS
These are to be put up rn cans Just for two After
sterrllzrng 2 glrss Jars fill them carefully ID the fol
Verna Mae Kvare Ron rld Olson
Hazel Hanson Harvey Vrgoren
Pour over the e a sugar syrup You cannot get
thrs too sweet Seal tlghtly and place on exhlbrtron
4 PEACH JAM
Vllx portrons of
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Thrs IS good rn any season especrally on other
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Class Motto We w1ll find a way or make one
Class Colors Blue and whrte
Class Flower Whrte rose
Good famrlrar burldrng rrses up about me rn the nrght
Over dusky pathways Fosston Hrghs wlndows shed therr lrght
Out upon the campus ghost lrke youth IS strollrng by
Drstant laughter srngs to me a wrnd s breath lrke a srgh
Bells chrme out therr tender notes across the campus steal
Yearnrngly I strlve to catch the message they d reveal
Ended IS my hlgh school lrfe Wlth therr last thrlllrng peal
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The student counc1l 1S one of the most recent orgamzatlons started ln Foss
ton Hlgh School
Thls orgarnzatlon IS made up of students who have been elected from the
var1ous classes 0I'gaI11Zat1OHS clubs, etc to represent the1r group at these
The object of th1s organlzatlon 1S to make up a constltutlon by wh1ch the
student body IS to ab1de and to try and settle any dlfficultles Wh1Ch may arlse
1n any partlcular class or orgamzatlon throughout the year
Besides th1S the student COUDCII puts on assembly programs and decorates
the gym for spec1aloccas1ons such as the tournaments, entertalns for the rural
school day, and many other act1v1t1es
Begmnmg next fall th1s organlzatlon Wlll work on a pomt system toward
w1nn1ng awards 1n the senlor year
Officers chosen for th1s year were
Vlce Pres1dent Glenn Whaley
Secretary Treasurer Wendell Johnson
Advlser Thomas MySZk0WSkl
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