Fosston High School - Talisman Yearbook (Fosston, MN)

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1Z'h'Zl.. ,' ,Af ftL, 1949 THER lure N OWL" sg: IH i BS I Ng 6 E 9 FOSSTON HIGH SCHOOL FOSSTON MINNESOTA ll NDR V gc Fouwozo 2 emwo 1922 F?.I,?D,?S -P SYQS P u b I i S I1 d b y TH CLASS OF I 49 TRUMAN RICKARD 188219 Page Z 1111 flllvmnriam to the composer of our beautuful Alma Mater Truman Rickard who was a graduate of the old East Hlgh of Fosston and the Uruversuty of Munnesota ln l924 he wrote Mnnnesota Hall to Thee the present official State Song ln l942 two hugh school graduates of that same year wrote the words of our Alma Mater These words were set to muslc by Truman Rnckard We the graduates of l9-49 are sure thus song wall lnve forever In the hearts and minds of everyone who attends Fosston Hugh School Therefore with respect and affectron we dedicate thus the l9-49 nssue of the Talisman to the memory of Truman Rnckard Page 3 I I 11 - - ll I ' I I I ' ' . ' I I I , . 01111311125 f Xml' Cb' J f'P'Xfll2F'5 Zlll--I-HlCl' l L, l..l't-I I N V ,N x 'J N --' ... X ' g s X..J..l " X -J x .. .. r-' .Q . X -JXP " 'J "TJ Q .rxllf LL 59 . 4 r X ....l.l' JJ ...I X Ailll U 111711 4-- GM' I - -I-ii! iJ I 3 of 'T " V' Q! 1 we ' N- -W-H+ ii 1'-we or Q. hw me , f N115 - ,iw ' JN Algaard Lee Megorden Schon Mark Hrllestad Magelssen Board of Eclucatzon This year the board of educatnon has been carrylng on Its buslness under the leadershlp of Herlof Algaard He has been ably assisted elected this year to has fnrst term as dlrector whale Walter Schon and the Reverend Tennns H Megorden have returned for an addutnonal year of servnce Ptgc Q O by Morris Lee, clerk, and Marvin Hillestad, treasurer. Donald Mark was Q - PY lack H Hams VVuth the guudance of Jack Harrus pruncupal of our school and durector of the hugh school band the students un Fosston l-lugh have accomplushed much l-lus fruendly manner makes hum well luked by everyone 9' Plrvucl K Magelssen When we speak of Arvud Magelssen our able and effucuent superuntendent for the past three years we speak wuth respect Un cler hus guudance the udeals and standards of Fosston Hugh School have been raused and greater thungs have been achueved ww' 1 'll 65 5 ix . A V Nw X I su I . .- ,Y X rss I .u - Pflgc 6 WMA! fru- y ns- .4--ff I-3,111 MARION ARIO Duluth Mmnesota BS University of Mun nesota Duluth Branch Sensor l-llgh Mathematncs DONALD BEAUMONT GEORGE BOHNSACK Bel'T1ICl1l Minnesota Fosston Mmnesota B S Bemidji State B S North Dakota A C Teachers College Sclence German Asslst Industrial Arts ont COGCl'1 JQQG-. A.. fn'-'ig 'v-f'-an GLENNES GUNHUS RUTH HOLE Fosston Mmnesota Fosston Mmnesota B S Unnversuty of Mm Bemudyn State Teachers nesota College Commercial Muslc and Art Page 7 ,--0 Ni' ERVIN DILLE Bemudju Mmnesota BS Bemndyl State Teachers College Boys Physncal Education World History vw' GENEVA JENSEN Battle Lake Munnesota 3d'f24J'aW'd' dfnd Z2 ' ,c03,2.zJ WA4fJ-f it SHIRLEY JONES St Paul Munnesota BA Concordua College BS Unuversuty of Mun Senuor Hugh Englush ls Semester MARTIN KORSMAN Gulbert Munnesota BS Unuversuty of Mun nesota Agruculture nesoto Home Econornucs JAMES LADE Fosston Munnesota BS Bemuduu State Teachers College General Scuence Second Band Durector MRS PAU LINE KEITH Border Munnesota B S Bemuduu State Teachers College Gurls Physucal Educatuon MARILYN MILLER Walfpount Montana BA Concordua College Junuor Hugh Englush lags 8 gi' 'U BARBARA KI NDER Braunerd Munnesota BA Macalester College Senuor Hugh Englush 2nd Semester 'VP' THOMAS MYSZKOWSKI Strandquust Munnesota Ph B Unuversuty of North Dakota Junuor Hugh Socual Stud ues Mathematucs A Iulll Z' 4 ., r r I ue! u lu 1. C nsre f XF! .uusc r i ',.u-r S' 1531 . V --H V D -5, I -- X J ' ,.., fge ,,'V,.. 4 - ... Z S bqbbb A u rn , Z ' " 5 .usr f -: - 7. s OLIVE RONHOLM Thief Quver Falls Munn BA Augsburg College Brology Lubrarlon r I l WX QW twig? ,.-wi to at HARLAND ROWBERG DAVID RULIFFSON Hanley Falls Mmnesota Mlnneapolus Mmnesota BA Augsburg College BS University of Mun Junuor Hngh Social Stud nesom '95 MC'lI"emGf'C5 Senior Hugh Social Stud les Athletnc Coach 3 ual!" DENNIS BOELKE ROBERT PENGILLY Tyler North Dakota Mlnneapolrs Minnesota B S North Dakota A C Unlversrty of Mlnnesota Veterans Agriculture ln Veterans Agrlculture ln structor structor X f yr ,x I l I J P l' I v ,C-'N , . f rv? ' +1 ' ef 1 I ,M C ,25- Y! First row Ruliffson Olson Steinke Berntson Second row Lode Ahlgren Omdahl Cameron Kloster Grade Teachers Miss Thyra Berntson was chosen principal of the grade school ln December the grade children put on a pageant in the school auditorium under the direction of the grade teachers. Due to a large number of grade children many classes have been joined. Mrs. Ella Omdahl .......... Mrs. Margaret Ruliffson.. Esther Lade .................... Elaine Steinke .A..........,... Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Thyra Berntson ..A.,,..,...,,.. Louella Olson .......,.. Maude Cameron ...... Margaret Kloster A... Eunice Ahlgren ........ Page 10 lst grade lst and 2nd grade 2nd grade .3rd grade 3rd and 4th grade 4th grade 5th grade 5th and 6th grade 6th grade Q I ...J .-.I J -fl ga EJ.-I .J E sf 'FIQN ev This yeor's valedictorian and salutatorian are not peo- ple who are only outstanding scholastically. . . Grace Reiten has been editor of the Grey hound as well as being octave un G A A dramatlcs and has served as a class otflcer James Wogsland co editor of the Talusmon has been an out stondung athlete a member of the band a class otfncer and has partucupated In dramatucs GRACE REITEN Grace Reuten James Wogsland Marilyn Rundell Vuvnan Whaley Richard Nlenaber Ruth Haugen Honor Roll 95 23 94 89 94 68 9 21 90 83 9O 32 Mary Lou Lornness Delores Bakken Jacquelyn Milne Joyce Norden Margorue Hanson Marilyn Langseth Fnrst row Haugen Langseth Lomness Hanson Rundell Second row Bakken Milne Nlenaber Whaley Norden P lgc 1 JAMES WOGSLAN D OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOXOXO QIXJUJOO-'LU KJTXI-lb--lb-NOO Mwwmw 97" Ewwf' eaauae 7 Q49 Li Jlflumeaofa 1 enfenma aaz f cz an c oss umaiozfa 1 moffo co ou an I I M751 615, UZ OMJ72 MOTTO We wish to see what lies beyond COLORS Maroon ond Gold FLOWER Moccasin flower DELORES BAKKEN Dal y Band l 2 3 4 Glee Club l Pep Band 3 4 Small Music Group 3 4 G A A Sports Chm 2 Vice Pres 3 Recorder 4 F H A l Jr Sr Prom 3 Greyhound 4 Talisman 4 Jr Class Play 3 'HW fl? oRnsLL asks 5 ...M--'17 VIOLETTE BQORNERUD F.H.A. Reporter 2 Vice Pres. 3 Sec y 4' G.A.A. 2-3-4 .Vice Pres. 4 Library Club 4' Band 2-3-4' Pep Bond 4' Small Music Group 3-4' Student Coun- cil 45 Greyhound 45 Talismon,4g Glee Club l. :Page 12. ws? WALTER BLIX Wawa Ban I 2 3 4 Pres 4 Chorus I 2 34 Pep Band I234 Germn nd I 2 3 Brass Sextet I Student Councll 4 Jr Class Play 3 Talnsman 4 ALLEN CARLSON Football 3 4 Baseball 3 FFA I Ind Arts Club 4 Jr Sr Prom 3 L MARDELLE CHRISTIANSON Muggsle Glee Club I Pres I Student Coun cll I 3 Greyhound 2 3 4 Jr Class Play 3 Mixed Chorus 2 3 4 Llbra nan 3 F H A 4 Tallsman 4 DEAN COLLIGAN Band 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Pep Band 4 Football 3 4 Basketball 4 Page 13 pi' 485 VIOLA LUCILLE COLSEN Vldl Glee Clubl FHA 4 Mk 'fo-di LK..4-, ,Ze gf S2 HAROLD ENGELSGAARD Lefty Bond l 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 p Bond l 2 3 4 Football 2 3 use ball 2 3 Student Council 2 Jr Sr Prom 3 Tolusmon 4 Jr Class Play 3 Basketball 2 3 4 ARLENE EvENsoN Glee Club l F HA 4 WANDA FORSBERG Glee Club l Llbrory Club 4 Pres 4 Greyhound 3 4 Page 14 JFS LOIS GREEN Louie ee Club l GAA 34 Se Treos 4 Student Councnl 2 FHA l Greyhound-4 Jr Sr Prom3 Tolls man 4 ALVIN HAGEN Stub Chorus l 2 3 4 Small Music Group l 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Football Z 3 4 Baseball 2 Greyhound l Z Tallsman 4 NORMAN HALVORSON F A MARJORIE HANSON ..Murge., Chorus 45 Glee Club l-25 F.H.A. 3-4, Pres. 45 Student Council 4g Jr.-Sr. Prom 35 Greyhound 4. Page 15 .ai 8 VERNON HANSON Football 3-4. DORIS ARVILLA HAUGEN Chorus 3 4 Glee Club l 2 F H A 4 Greyhound 4 RUTH HELEN HAUGEN Ruthae Band l 2 3 4 Publicity 4 Chorus 4 Treas 4 Glee Club l 2 Cheerleader 2 3 4 GAA 2 3 4 SecyTreas 3 F H A 2 3 Secy Treas 3 Student Councll 4 Vlce Pres 4 Greyhound 2 3 4 Monagnng Edltor 4 Talisman 4 Jr Class Play 3 Class Sec y Treas 3 bww ' WMM +A Qfiiww 4 MARVEL HEIDE Marv , .A. -2- - . Pwgc 16 ,mix Q3 'E ARVID HOLT Chorus l 2 3 4 Octet 3 4 Jr Class Play 3 lnd Arts Club 4 VERNON HOWES Peeny and l 2 3 4 Pep Bandl 2 3 Brass Sextet 2 3 Basketball l 2 3 4 Jr Sr Prom 3 Baseball 2 3 Talnsman 4 Ind Arts Club 4 Football 4 DURWARD JACOBSEN Chorus4 FFA l 4 Football 3 DALE JESKA Chorus 3-4' Small Music Grou 3-4' ' " P g- gf Baseball 2' F.F.A. 2-3 Sec y 3' Talis- ,sjjf 5 man 4. Ji Pigs 17 L. CLINTON JOHNSON Kent A 2 GERARD JOHNSON Football 4 LEROY JOHNSON Sonny Chorus 2 3 Basketball 4 Football 3 A 4 Jr Sr Prom3 Tau man 4 Ind Arts Club 4 SHIRLEY ANN JOHNSON . .A. 2 4' Glee Club lu Librar Club 4. Page 8 - ,,..-W Wa., MARILYN LANGSETH F,H.A. 4g Library Club 4g Greyhound 3-4g G.A.A. 2. CHARLES LARSON Tex Band l 2 3 4 Prop Mgr 3 Chorus l 2 3 4 Pep Bond l Small Music Grcup 3 4 Jr Class Play 3 Basket ball 2 3 4 Football 4 Student Coun cll 4 Pres 4 Talisman 4 Class Vice Pres 3 MAVIS LOMEN Clee Club l 2 F H A 4 Greyhound 4 MARY LOU LOMNESS Lom Bond l 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Gee Clu l Pep Bond 2 3 4 Sma Muslc Group 2 3 4 Jr Class Play 3 F HA 2 3 4 V Pres C1 Song Leader 4 G A A 3 Greyhound 4 Tolls man 4 Page 19 JOYCILLA LUNDEEN UY Bond I 2 Chorus I 2 3 4 Glee Club I Pep Bond I 2 Small Music Group 23 GAA 234 Sports Chm 4 Publicity 3 FHA 2 3 Greyhound 2 3 4 Tclllsmon 4 E NARD MIENERT L 0 1: 49 FFA I34 Chorus2 LEROY MIENERT FFA I 3 4 Chorus2 MARIAN MILLER Mclntosh I 2 Chorus I 2 Glee Club I 2 GAA 4 FHA 3 Library Club 3 Greyhound 3 4 Page Z0 JACQUELYN MILNE Jacky Glee Club I 2 Lnbrarnan I Chorus 3 4 Lnbrarnan 4 F HA 4 Greyhound 4 Tahsman 4 JAMES MITTUN Snookle Band I 2 3 4 Vlce Pres 4 Pep Band I Cerman Band 2 3 Small Mussc Groupsl 2 Baseball 2 Basketball I 2 3 4 Capt 4 Football 2 3 4 Stu dent Councll 3 Talisman 4 DONALD MOLDEN F F A 4 il RODNEY MYHRUM Page Z1 43' .milf Qqyif' 41. awe ROGER MYHRUM Chorus 2-3-4g Football l-Z-3-4, Capt 4g Baseball 2g F.F.A. l,3-4. . Nm RICHARD NIENABER E ,fbicku Basketball 4 Football 2 3 4 Baseball FFA l 2 Jr Class Play 3 Ta man 4 JOYCE NORDEN nd l 2 3 ub J r Prom Co Chm 3 Chorus 2 3 4 Stu dent Council 2 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 GAA 2 4 Pres 4 Sports Chm 3 FHA I Greyhound 3 4 Talnsman Co Ednfor 4 Class Secy Treas l Pep Band l 2 Small Music Group 3 Drum Malorette l 2 3 4 KEITH NOTVEDT Class Vrce Pres 2 Page 22 is ll xxwif a , il 41 ARDELLE YVONNE NYSTROM Glee Club l-2g F.H.A.2g Greyhound 4. LEON NYSTROM Tombstone Bond 4 Chorus 3 4 Football 3 4 Student Mgr 4 F FA l Tollsm n 4 Class Pres 4 Declamatlon 3 MELVIN OIEN Chorus 2 Closs Pres 3 QUENTIN OLSON F F A l Page Z3 -'nl MARCIA GAIL PETERSON Roosevelt H. S., Portland, Ore. 25 Glee Club l5 Band I5 Chorus 45 F.H.A. 3- 4, Dist. Vice Pres. 35 Greyhound 45 Music Club 3, Sec'y 35 Class Vice Pres 4 DAVID REIERSON Dave Chorus 2 3 4 Business Mgr 4 Jr Class Play 3 GRACE REITEN Gracie Band l 2 Glee Club I 2 GAA 2 4 Pres 3 Sports Chm 2 Jr Prom 3 Greyhound 2 3 4 Editor Chief 4 F H A 2 3 Student Council I 4 Secy 4 Talisman 3 4 Jr Class Play 3 Class Pres 2 Class Secy Treas 4 MARILYN RUNDELL Band234GeClb 2 e Band l Z 3 4 FHA 2 Tallsman4 Page Z4 H U - - , ' . 5 . 1, . ,. - I - 5 . . . - 3- , . , . 5 .-Sr. 1 - - , -In- 5 . . . - 5 , 5 , 5 I I I - I ' . . ' I ' I - - - 5 le u l- 5 P p - - - 5 . . . 5 . i ALFRED SANDRY FotboII3 FFA 1234 Bos t ba 3 if i Q JOHN SANDRY A 2 KATHLEEN SINJEM Kay Chorus Z Bond I 2 3 4 DORINE MAE SORENSON Bond I-2-3-45 Chorus 2-3-4' Glee Club lg Pep Bond I-2-3-4g ,Small Music Group 2-3-45 Jr.-Sr. Prom 3. Page Z5 and Presndent Vnce Presldent Secretary Treasurer Student Council Representatuves Advisors VIVIAN WHALEY Band 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Glee Club l Pep Band 3 4 GAA 2 Tau man 4 JAMES WOGSLAND Wogs nd l 2 Pe Ban Sma Music Group 2 Jr Sr Prom Co Chm 3 Basketball 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Student Council 4 Treas 4 Jr Class Play 3 Talzsman Co Editor 4 Class Pres l Class Secy Treas 2 Orches tra2 gig 'sw Leon Nystrom Marcia Peterson Grace Relten Charles Larson Marjorle Hanson Olive Ronholm Barbara Knnder George Bohnsack Page Z6 'QQ 'YR . I - I I- 2g - g . . , g ls- ft fcwgw 4 i ,. ,, Va, Ba - -3-4g p d lg ll .2 4- - 5 - - J , . g . X . ' ' . 1' 1 ' 1 W' . I . . , ' . , e . Aile- K., Kitfdm., wits-fit ,af K I-luster of the Class 0 4Q Durung theur four years of hugh school thus graduatung class wuth fufty seven members has accomplushed much un knowledge sports and musuc As freshmen the number of students un thus class was at uts hughest wuth eughty three enrolled As sophomores the opportunuty for these students to partucupate un the school actuvutues was wuder That year fuve of the boys were on the A squad un basketball and eught went out for football Two of the gurls became cheerleaders that year On November l4 l947 durung theur uunuor year thurteen of these students proudly bowed at curtaun call after presentung theur class play entutled Bolts and Nuts a comedy After much preparatuon the uunuors welcomed the class of 48 at theur banquet and prom guven on May IS, l948 The school paper the Greyhound was put out once every sux weeks durung theur senuor year by a selected staff Theur gradual enrollment un the band totaled seventeen by the end of theur funal term About one thurd of the senuor hugh chorus was made up of theur class The Talusman staff was busy throughout the year un preparung the funal copy Thurteen creduts were needed for any senuor to receuve hus duploma on June 3 when they left Fosston Hugh School Among our souvenurs un memory Yes we are leavung wuth half regret Those that shall always treasured be Our Alma Mater but not to forget Are of the school old Fosston Hugh Our prausung memorable loyal song Whuch we shall soon bud good bye That wull remaun as tume goes on One can thunk back on by gone days Thus to be sure no one can erase But to reluve wuth fruends each day and act Nothunq save mem ry can ever brung back Ruth Haugen Page 77 ' f 2 , - I . 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Fnrst row Tollefson Emerson Moen Krohg Fgerstad Brenna Dulmage Johnson Klasse Goldsmith Hasselton Halluday Second row H Olson Espeseth Hlgdem Aos Nlenaber Danlelson Rotness Lubkln Macho Lundhagen Vennes Lenk ness Thomas Larsen Third row Mllne Busse Bakken Bergland Nord Anglesburg Anderson M Larson M A Larson Krnngle L Tangen Megorden Tagland F Tangen Duvlck Fourth row Vug Melbo Mavis Dunrud MOYIOD Dunrud Leerhoff Klexn Lange Larson Swanson Carlson Rutkowskl Fifth row Dahl Tangen Haugen Brlske Ophus Halvorson Evenson Klttleson French Jeska Roysland Erlckson Peterson jubilant Juniors The class of l95O started the year wlth a bang by presentmg thelr class play ' Head Flrst During the year they participated sn many extra currlcu lar actavutles A number of the boys were on the football team and three were on the A squad ln basketball ln the sprung they rounded out the year by presentung the junlor sensor prom President Kathryn Megorden Vlce President Joanne Lange Secretary Treasurer Arnelda Krohg Student Councsl Representatives Lucille Tangen Robert Roysland Advlsors Mrs Paulme Keith Glennes Gunhus Shirley Jones Davnd Rulnffson Page Z8 f' 'WS iw, IPS if 5 Q I I I I I D I I I I I F I I I : ' I I I I I . I I ' I I I I - , , - : I I I I I I I ' I ' ' I I I ' , , - , . Knudson, Rouland, Muller. 9 O , . ,, . . . . . , . First row Rystad Wynne Jorgenson Monson Hanson LaVon Leervng Lund Haugstul Hlgdem Qunck Sleeth Sorenson Second row Klasse Tverberg Handyslde Klmke Larson Olson Nyhus Kjella Wade Chrlstnanson Axelvold Lund Thlrd row Anderson Lundhagen Krldahl Syol Bakken Larsen Halland Matson Norsby Larson H Haugen Welte Roux Fourth row C Anderson Sandry J Johnson Vraa Bolme I Peterson M Peterson L Olson G Peterson Omdahl Carl strom M Hanson Fnfth row Smyem LaVon O Haugen Engbretson K Johnson Halverson L Anderson Adams Rambol Engen Ophus D Anderson Solberg 1 ffwffztiz' CW f X' r -'Z?lr?4L-jzaka? xo. A Snappy Soplwmores A number of the boys went out for football and basketball thus year The other actuvutues nn whnch they partlclpated were band GAA FHA, chorus declamatnon and lnbrary club Thus year the sophomores decorated the platform for the Homecommg Queens They also made the crowns They decorated the audntornum for Baccalaureate and Commencement President Jerry Skatvold Vnce Presndent Arlene Vraa Secretary Treasurer Donna Carlstrom Student Council Representatives Harold Haugen X Beverly Omdahl Advnsors Marlon Arno Martin Korsman xxx Page Z9 5 , l u--Q .dy x 4 5 1 l H I, 3 1 1 1 1 1 .1 I 1 1 1 ' 1 I 1 1 - 5 1 -1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 . - 1 1 - ' 3 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 - Z ' I I ' I I I ' I ' I ' I ' I I - , . . : . A I 'I ' I ' I I ' I I I I I 'l . , . X N, Y - JL' X pf , dl I K. fl, N Qwfx ,, , 1' XrLlf CYM , 1, I 1 1 X1 FIEIA1 xi V J LQ Q X QQ I . 1 J 'if N I AW 1' tr ' .fe .M . 1 1 Ll m ,, - 1 1,41 '-f 'lol ,w - ' l 'J '- 'ffl X lv-I ,x , . . 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' rv: -JA J, xvf IJ 1 I. ,c Nl. 41 1 4 5 .V Flrst row Helde Morllyn Stove Marlon Stove Sandry Lundberg Anderson Harthun Axelvold Torgnmson Haugen Rolf Hove Second row Bjerken Rue Coldwell Paulson Muller Peterson Egeland Lomen Byornerud Hasselton Johnson Hansen Thlrd row R Relerson Flshbeck Blanchard Danlelson G Paulson B Reuerson Haugstul Volden Jesness Nnenober Shea Jeska Fourth row Holland Nlenober Bolsjolne LaVol Harthun Abele Underberg Dunrud B Paulson Haltll Swanson Dunn In Take Homecommg Honors Honors galore were gnven to the Class of 52 durung Homecomung thzs year Theur candudates for queen Manlyn and Marlon Stove were crowned Homecoming Queens The freshmen were plenty proud of their float which took flrst prlze After an octlve year the class IS looklng forward to entering senior hugh school President Charles Toflm Secretory Betty Bjornerud Vlce Presudent Shenlo Jesness Treasurer MOTION Stove Student Council Manlyn Stove Dewoln Brlnkman Advlsors Ruth Hole James Lode Thomas Myszkowskn Fnrst row Mllsten James Dulmoge Nord John Dulmoge Fgerstod M Paulson B Anderson Bolstad Gronum Second row Tackelson Strand Bakken Sleeth Jenkins Omdahl Albright Dahl Colsen Third row Hagen Brlske Agnes Johnson Haugen Tangen Taflln G Olson A Olson Fourth row Holvorson Schomberger Krlngle Carlstrom Abele Abeldgaord Brunkman Nyland Peterson Anderson Page 30 ' f I I I I I I I I V , . . .,,,, . ,. , , , , , , . ' I I I I I I I I' I I I - O I I ' ' I I I I I' I' I I ' . ,,,,,, , , . ' I I I I I I I I I ' if . , rw ' if it aa: f? 1 I I , Flrst row Nystrom Johnson Olson Norsby Affeldt Engebretson Vlola Weberg Carlm Duncan Second row Larsen Klem Hagen Juve Vlvlan Weberg Hendrickson Howes Tangen Brekke Thlrd row Cameron Bjerken Krlngle Hasselton Brom Klasse Sheggrud Amberson Schlrrschmldt Fourth row Loland Renerson Lomness Bruske Bmgham Torblaa Kvare Vng Polley Hard Workers Followmg the footsteps of the last year s eighth graders they have been In the candy busmess Many have been active m Band, Basketball and Vocal Groups The class offvcers are Presldent Vice President Secretary Treasurer Advisors . Page 31 Richard Kvare Marslyn Duncan Shnrley Brekke Harlan Rowberg Ervin Dille First row Vlkan Brlske Reuten Berglund P Borud Keim Haugen Nystrom Olson Rue LaVoi Norman Second row Relchenbach Hansen Solsten Johnson Clementson Haugen Stolen Hendrickson Wogsland Macho Landsverk D Olson Third row Hopke Tone Erickson Carlson Lomen Holt Kroken Klein J LaVol Vraa Aspen Lucken Fourth row Danielson Chase Rude Whaley Abeldgaard Haugen M LaVol Abele Lomen S Borud Bus Bodies This year the seventh grade is the largest that has entered Fosston High School in recent years They sold candy at all the football games They also Everybody is expectmg something big from this class if they follow the path they have set President Gail Vikan Vice President Marvyn Tone Sec reta ry Betty Haugen Treasurer .l0Gnr1 Clementson Advisors Marilyn Miller Donald Beaumont Page 32 1 : I I I I I I I . I I ' Z I l I I I I I I I ' I ' .I I I ' presented a very good pep assembly skit in which they imitated the teachers. pn. 1' First row Rundell Milne Bjornerud Bakken Reierson Second row Norden Blix Skatvold Erickson Johnson Miss Arlo Third row Engelsgaard Nienober Mittun Wogsland Jeska The Talisman Staff Co-Editors-in-Chief ..... Business Manager ..... Advertising Manager .... Circulation Manager .... Art Editor .......... Photography Editor - .... . Sports Editor ........ Organizations Editor .... Features Editor ....... Administration Editor .... Class Editor ......... Junior Representative . . Sophomore Representative Freshman Representative Joyce Norden James Wogsland Marilyn Rundell Richard Nienaber Dale Jeska LeRoy Johnson Harold Engelsgaard Jim Mittun Jackie Milne Walter Blix Delores Bakken Violette Bjornerud Allan Erickson Jerry Skatvold Rae Arlyce Reierson Staff Assistants: Leon Nystrom, Roger Myhrum, Mardelle Christianson, Charles Larson, Grace Reiten, Ruth Haugen, Mary Lou Lomness, Vernon Howes, Marjorie Hansen. Page 33 Second row Hasselton Chrastuonson Tagland Bakken bornerud Muss Lsunhus First row Mllne Haugen Green Relten Muller Peterson Knudson ray hound Staff Edxtor In Chief Grace Relten Managmg Edxtor Ruth Haugen Asslstant Manager Marian Muller Staff Asslstants Patty Tagland Loss Green Fashlon Editor Mardelle Chrlstnanson Feature Wnter Loss Hasselton Clrculatlon Manager Faye Krnngle Staff Reporters Beverly Omdahl Mary Tollefson Marilyn Langseth Joycnlla Lundeen Joyce Norden Wanda Forsberg Loss Leervng Joan Wynne Katherine Solsten Carol Monson Marjorie Hanson Marcia Peterson Mary Lou Lomness Jacquelyne Mllne Dons Haugen Ardelle Nystrom Vlolette Blornerud Publushed sux times a year by the students of Fosston Hugh School Complnments of MARK S DRUG STORE On the Corner Phone III Page 34 Sports Editors ........ Forrest Knudson, Ross Milne : I I A I - I I I I I , I 1 I 1 I I . I I l if Tjglm ts ,gt ll . ..H llgy -c a. . , CD 3 'P . -0 f . o . I . c - 3 , ' Q. . .,. . Q . . ..'. 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PP , 0 a :Q ,T 4 -. -' L Seated Haugen Haugen Relten Blornerud Norden Hanson Mo S nson tandlng Stave Mr Myszkowskl Blnx Brnnkman Roysland Wogsland Tangen Omdahl Bakken Larson Fosston 5 Government The St es rom each class and organization Thus year they made r I u es an regard to the parties whlch were held un the school They planned the Hornecomlng and Hobo Day President Vice President Secreta ry Treasurer 9th Dlstruct Vnce Presndent Advusor Charles Larson Ruth Haugen Grace Relten James Wogsland Grace Relten Thomas Myszkowsku Best Wishes from G The Friendly Store Phone l69Cl Page 35 Frrst row Megorden Leervlg Krohg Wynne Hallnday Krnngle Nord Vraa Fjerstad L Chrlstuanson Lelkness Monson Quick Tagland Second row Peterson M Larson Jorgenson Norden Goldsmith Anglesburg Sorenson D Haugen Whaley Milne R Haugen Omdohl Tangen Lomness Bergland Thlrd row Marilyn Hanson Slnlem Carlstrom Marjorle Hanson M Chrlstlanson Espeseth Engelsgaard Bllx Knudson Fourth row R Larson R Jeska Nystrom Engebretson Carlson Roysland Muller C Larson Hagen Colllgan Relerson Myhrum Adams D Jeska LaVol Jacobson Ccmdied Chords Thus year most of the sungmg of thus group has been a cappella The literature has consusted of sacred choral works and some ventures Into lnghter secular numbers Concert hughlrghts of the year were at Christmas and m the annual sprung concert Two or three small groups have grown out of the chorus nn the form of a boys double quartet and a madrlgal sangers group Eight members of the chorus attended and partucnpated In the all State chorus at the fall meetlng of the M E A an St Paul The ment pomt system ns used for attendance and musical partncnpatlon, and letters and puns are earned by members Page 36 We My 1 ,A , . 5 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - l : . . I I . I I Q . I ' - U I I I I I Holt, Milne, Skatvold, P. Larson, Busse, Matson, Tverberg, Sorenson, N. Larson. I I ' I I ' 1 . , . . , iffy Q. 'Ha Cheerful Earfuls President Walter Blix Vice President James Mittun Secretary Treasurer Patty Tagland Librarian Mary Larson Property Manager Jerry Skatvold Publicity Ruth Haugen Student Director James Mittun Director Jack Harris BARITONE Vernon Howes Richard Sorenson Allen Kringle TROMBONES Kathleen Sinjem Jim Mittun Jerry Skatvold Joyce Norden Charles Taflin Gary Carlin BASSES ' Walter Blix Charles Larson Harold Engelsgaa rd Gordon Norman James Ambe rson DRUMS Gloris Vennes Lois Hasselton Ruth Haugen Ethel Goldsmith Molly Halliday Ruth Nord Arnelda Krogh FLUTES BELL LYRE Vera Handyside Marilyn Rundell Kathryn Megorden Gail Vikan Barbara Johnson OBOE Patty Tagland CLARINETS Mary Lou Lomness Dorine Sorenson Delores Bakken Lucille Tangen Violette Bjornerud Beverly Omdahl Marilyn Hanson Joan Wynne Donna Carlstrom Marion Granum Leon Nystrom Darie LaVoi Ordean Juve Janice Danielson Page 37 lvadel Jorgenson SAXOPHON ES Lenore Christianson Mardelle Paulson lngolf Larson James Wogsland CORNETS James Haugstul Gene Higdem Norman Larson Royal Espeseth Dean Colligan Geraldine Hanson Joan Clementson Orlan Solsten Gene Klasse James Rude FRENCH HORNS Vivian Whaley Lorraine Omdahl Jerry Bjerken Helen Quick Masters of Melody Small groups have been selected from both the band and chorus for ensemble work. These groups perform at many outsnde meetungs as well as school concerts. MADRIGAL SINGERS Kathryn Megorden Lois Leervig lvadel Jorgenson Mardelle Christiansen Joycilla Lundeen Jacquelyn Milne Ruth Nord lrns Anglesburg Mary Lou Lomness Patty Tagland Arvud Holt Ross Milne Charles Larson David Relerson Dale Jeska Donald Busse Richard LaVo: Norman Larsen BRASS SEXTET James l-laugstul Gene l-llgdem Walter Blix Jerry Skatvold Vernon Howes Vuvuan Whaley Boys' ocrrr Alvin Hagen Charles Larson Ross Milne Arvid Holt Jerry Skatvold Norman Larsen Rlchard l.aVol Dale Jeska CORNET QUARTET James Haugstul Gene Hngdem Royal Espeseth Norman Lorsen FLUTE DUET Barbara Johnson Gaul Vukan LLARINET TRIO Delores Bakken Dorune Sorenson Vnolette Blornerud Congratulations from Egg and Poultry Department Phqne II2 P1ge :S Fosston Farmers CofOperative Creamery Assocratron Bomcl of Tomorrow SAXOPHONES Dean Affeldt Betty Anderson Wayne Haugen lngolf Larsen Mardelle Paulson BASSES James Amberson Gordon Norman HORNS Jerry Bjerken Shelby Jean Reichenbach Shurley Borud Jannce Danrelson Ordean Juve Dane LaVol Carol Nelson Helen Olson Shxrley Thompson Lols Fjerstad DRUMS Patty Brlske Betty Haugen Arlas Hasselton Marulyn Frethem Betty Abele TROMBON ES CLARINETS Gudmund Broin Phyllis Borud James Ophus FLUTES Vera Handyslde Gall Vlkan Barbara Johnson CORN ETS Dorothy Haugstul Kathleen Hagen Geraldnne Hanson Gene Klasse Edward Lomness Orlan Solsten Marvyn Torre Janet Whaley James Rude BARITONES Margaret Larsen Rolf Larsen Best Wishes to the Class of '49 DAHl.'S BAKERY Our Town Bread Phgne 155 Page 39 Flrst row Larson Monson Megorden Rundell M Snnlern Tagland K Sungem Taflm Carlnn Second row Lomness Sorenson Bakken Bgornerud Axevolcl Paulson Chrlstranson L Omdohl Whaley Krlngle Thsrd row Tangen B Omdahl farlstrom M Hanson Wynne Granum G Hanson Couugan Espeseth Larson Hngdem Haugstul Mnttun Fourth row Krohg Goldsmlth Hasselfon Nord Norman Engelsgaard Blix Merry Meloclzes The Pep Band IS composed of members from the first band They played at all the home games and looked splendid In thelr new uniforms Comphments of SESSIONS DRUG STORE SATRAN S SPORTING GOODS H M Sessions R Ph an Gunsmnthlng T H E R E X A L L S T O R E JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS P lgC 40 y z 5 ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1- 1' 1 - - 1- 1v 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 , . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - O - . d . . 0 a 1 1 0 C . Dvess .EYGJC ' T 'Tk Ashe wQfhnhg BuJJ.e5 DREQS SHOP U l'lc'3lt Oav Gang " wmg " Best Wishes to the Graduates L. B. HARTZ STORES WYNNE Cr TAGLAND Groceries o Fruits o Vegetables cmd Chevrolet o Buick o Allis Chalme Phone 86 Phone 85 Page 41 ' 54- 2 i t , M, B I I A W. M M A y n: ,mf ,zip V Q ' N 3 K- were , f um W U Il S- . an 'WP 2 9' 1 II 00 , X V K K y . . 'P a ll . OI , 1 0 Flrst row LaVol Aspen Carlson Affeldt Kroken Schlrrschmndt Hasselton Brlske Lucken P Borud Vlkan Second row Hove Danlelson Volden Bperken Dahl S Borud Hanson Clementson Blanchard l Hasselton LaVov Balstad Thurd row Coldwell Bakken Krlngle Abelgaard Jesness Torblaa Juve Lomness Rue Nystrom Carlln Norman Fourth row Lomen Brnnkman Abeldgaard Polley Nyland Anderson Jeska Strande Bjerken Broun Kvare Torle Klasse umm' High Chorus For the first tame It has been possuble thus year to organize a chorus nn the Junlor Hugh faeld here The muslc sung as of the three and four part type and IS mostly secular an nature The mam objectlve un having such an organlzatuon IS to provlde a place for developmg defmnte choral sunglng experience and ablllty to read choral musnc The Junlor chorus took part In the annual Choral Christmas Muslcale, and smaller groups out of at have performed at other functuons durung the year Most of our snngcng has been accompanned, but some experzence sn a cappella work as also glven Congratulations to the Seniors SUPER VALUE STORE FCSSTON CLEANERS Savings Every Day and A Blornerud,Prop Phone 72 Phone 3 Page 42 A S W- ' 1 L fl , 1 . I l l 1 K R ' 1 s ' R2 l l l - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - ' I I I I I I I I I I I - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 O O . . . . . . wht Furst row Vnkan Bruske P Borud Reuchenbach A Anderson Monson G Hanson B Johnson Clementson Hot Second row T Kleln L Kleln Quuck Whaley Lucken Danlelson B Haugen D Peterson Nlenaber M Paulson Third row B Paulson L Omdahl Lomness Langseth M Peterson M Hanson Solsten V Colsen B Anderson M Colsen Fourth row LaVol Klldahl Bolme S Johnson Nord Bergland Anglesburg Haltln Duvlck S Borud Fnfth row Blornerud Lomen Olson B Omdahl Carlstrom Tangen Chrusnanson Milne Evenson D Haugen Mass Jones Learning How The F H A as a group of gurls workmg toward the betterment of homes Thus year they sponsored a Sadie Hawkins Day dance and a toboggan party Faculty luncheons were served several tnmes durmg the year President Marjorie Hanson Secretary Vlolette Bjornrud Vnce Presndent Mary Lou Lomness Treasurer Helen Nuenaber Student Councul Representative Carol Monson Song Leader Mary Lou Lomness Advisor Shlrley Jones Comphments of NYSTROM MOTORS ROBERTSON LUMBER CO. Your Dodge and Plymouth Dealer and Hugh Robertson, Mgr. Phone 184C I Phone 42 Page 43 K vm Niki' .vfgx EA S Q J ' 5 V ' gm., ii A 1 1 f . 1 ,A yl x ' X 1 3 , l , 1 " g . : . ', . ', ' , , , A , . , . , , . . ' 5 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 - 1 - 1 - Z . I I I ' I I I ' I I I ' I tb O . ,... ... M.. .- nn., an Flrst row Engebretson LeRoy Melnert A Nlenaber Jacobsen Evenson LaVon Second row Mr Korsman Heade V Sandry Hove Norsby Danlelson Robert Jeska Holland Slol Thlrd row H Olson Bolsgolue W Nsenaber Brlske J Sandry M Sandry A Tangen J Johnson Fourth row Lubken Haugen G Olson Abele Carlstrom Engen K Johnson Anderson Fifth jo: Schamberger Larson Myhrum L Johnson R Tangen Molden Ronald Jeska Leonard Melnert Klttleson C o nson Fosston s Future Farmers T e Fosston Chapter of the Future Farmers of America IS a member of the state and national F F A associations They have held evenmg meet mg regularly throughout the year The F F A basketball team has played other F F A teams m the dlstrlct and has remalned undefeated Presndent Art Nlenaber Vice Presldent Wayne Engbretson Secretary Durward Jacobson Treasurer Richard LaVol Sentlnel LeRoy Melnert Reporter Harvey Evenson Advisor Martan Korsman Best Washes from FOSSTON CO OP ELEVATOR ALDERMAN MOTOR CO ASSOCIATION and Try the new Ford Feel Henry Skotvold, Mgr Phone 'I32C2 Phone H0 Page 44 ' 1 1 - 1 1 1 - ' - 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . . , , . , , . , . , . , . . 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Q . . . . . . . . - I O ll ll n Fling Furst row Wynne Qulck Slnjem Krmgle Goldsmlth Bjornerud Haugen Mrs Keith Second row Green Norden Relten Muller Nord Berglund Anglesburg Thrrd row Larson Omdahl Tagland Duvlck Bakken Agde Acrobats The G A A met every Wednesday after school They have organlzed a gurls basketball team and sponsored a Valentine dance Pat Tagland and Jlm Mnttun were chosen as Queen and Kung of Hearts Presudent Joyce Norden Vice Presndent Vnolette Bjornerud Secretary Treasurer Lons Green Student Council Ruth Haugen Sports Chairman Joy Lundeen Recorder Delores Bakken Advisor Mrs Paulme Keith Congratulations from THE GULLY CO-OPS SAMUEL'S STUDIO SHOP at THE CO OP STORES and WAYNE HOTEL BUILDING in Gully Craokstan, Minnesota Page 45 9, 3- .- , - ' , 5- W , ' N 1 an 4, + 1 5 Q Y Q' F ' 1 , N. ,, .. 1.1 1, 1 ., if' l jffxe ' We .rf . 1 W A ,lg 'y ' ,S K I, N 1 l 3 1 l 1 I l 1 ' 1 l 1 I 1 1 - I - 5 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 - A 2 I I I . I ' 0 . , . LeRoy Johnson O beam of nature s beauty ls a place I know quite well Where the buds are always blooming With a sweet and fragrant smell The water slowly ripples In the tiny mountain stream With the sparkling of the sunlight On the water filled ravine An overcast of forest Fences in this lovely place Seeking refuge out in space The shadows of the spruce trees On this lovely mountain stream Leaves a sparkling sight of beauty Like a technicolor dream The splashing of the river trout The pebbles along the way The gayness of the mocking bird Who sings throughout the day The sun it slowly fades away Behind the mountain peak The birds fly slowly to their nests Where safety they can seek. Compliments of BJERKEN S FOOD MARKET Free Delivery Phone 66 PEDERSON S FURNITURE STORE Furnishings and Undertakmg THE THIRTEEN TOWNS Your Local Paper Phone 'IIS BELLE AND BEN HALVORSON . Beauty Shop Electrical Applnances Page 46 O Beam of Natures Beauty And everynkind of birdf l Q... Seated Carol Johnson Anglesburg Larson Tongen Langseth Nord Berglund Sh rley Johnson Mlss Ronholm Standing Tollefson Anderso Krohg Duvlck Klasse Peterson Solae Byornerud Forsberg Book arms There are eighteen members In the Library Club The purpose of this club ns to promote mterest In llbrary work and help wlth library duties Prolects during the year have been a Christmas party sellsng pencnls with the Alma Mater printed on them and the selling of home made candy at the basketball games The club members who earn lOOO polnts wall receive a letter Vice Presndent Mqry Larson Secretary and Treasurer Mary Tollefson Student Council Representative Vlolette Bjornrud Recorder Gladys Berglund AClVlSOF Ollve Ronholm Congratulations from REIERSON G' SONS MEAT MARKET Fresh Meats Phone 48 JOHNSON CLOTHING COMPANY F J Johnson Prop Phone 136 COAST TO COAST STORES Mr and Mrs Ralph Bunnell Phone 47 BRATLAND S CAFE Home Cooked Meals Phone 87 Page 47 f i ff N ff' T is Y v jzii . -IK k kts : , , , , , , f i , ' I J I President ................ Wanda Forsberg Ol. wa S Here In I Daze H ,Babe prog' YI eadm Hen aT w 1K 'Bfmvffig Pg 48 I. QVQ netsw S itqfiii i Q 2' H-.vavw Here you see the l947 queen Joanne Wynne as she was about to rellnqunsh her crown to thus year 5 queens The I948 coro nation was unique In that two queens were crowned Freshman twsns Marlon and Maru Iyn Stave made very attractive royalty Their court of honor was comprised of Mardelle Chrlstlanson senior Shirley Fjerstad gunlor and LaVerne Wade sophomore With gossamer wings the freshman class captured the prize for the wunnnng float at Homecornung thus year Two blue and silver butterflues renns were held by Manlyn and Marlon Stave as the parade mode nts way through town to the football fueld ffl or 3 Frst row Stove Wynne Stave Second row Wade Fgerstad Chrnstnanson Compliments of RED OWL STORE e Dellve PI1oneI03 F R A N C I N S Ladues Ready to Wear Vanety Goods O S E S R E C R E A T I Good Coffee Lunches HAUGSTUL OIL 8' IMPL CO Texaco Gasoline M M Implements P lbC -l9 . xzkkvgy mg W I I R sbh is sw- , A . Q Reefs . , . . AN if!!! IA M . l ,,,, w K iiws ' A W 'V n T -ri I G , G -C I R blbr I Q Q I I ..,:,".. "f. gk I I if ll ff Q I i : , , . I . : . W ' r . . . ' la COACH 55 FoRRnE STUB ART SONNY bv? x swans DEAN 'WM I i f FOSSTON .... FOSSTON .... FOSSTON .... FOSS ON .... FOSSTON .... FOSSTON .... FOSSTON .... Pngc SU 9 Wiz, 'anim Ti. BOB TOMBSTONE 'Sam PEENY Wah woes 75 ROGER TEX JUG M1 49,9 GRAFTON BAGLEY . CROOKSTON A. C. CROOKSTON CENTRAL . WARREN . RED LAKE FALLS MCINTOSH Pago 51 MCK SNOOK Ffa L I a X MZ! 4,5181 'L L 1 1 L Football Team Left End James Mlttun Left Tackle Dean Collugan Left Guard Leon Nystrom Center Art Nnenaber Rught Guard James Wogsland Rught Tackle Charles Larson Right End Allen Erickson Quarterback Robert Roysland Left Halfback Forrest Knudson Rught Halfback Richard Nnenaber Fullback Roge Myhrum Fosston s Greyhounds led by Captann Roger Myhrum had the best season of recent years havnng a season s record of three vlctornes and four defeats Fosston outscored their opponents 91 to 64 ln the first night game played In a number of years the Greyhounds traveled to Grafton North Dakota to defeat the Spoilers I3 to 6 After benng behind at half tnme 6 to 0 Fosston came back to score two touchdowns nn the thurd period to wan Thus was perhaps one of the better played games of the season The Greyhounds then traveled to Bagley to trounce our tra dltlonal rlvals Z4 to O Congratulatuons to the Class of '49 CARLIN FURNITURE STORE . . . G E. Appliances . . . Funeral Home TAFLIN BROTHERS . . . General Hardware . . Phone 84 GREEN LANTERN CAFE . Grace and Lester Fredrrckson, Proprietors WALSTROM'S . . Better Clothes for Men . . . Phone 99 Page 27 Cflf-' ulf'L.L Zrhcv, gvgkdy ow AX It 71 ' Y ," "V L" 7 lr Q ,f" f1.1J , lj, H B XJ 1 ,. - ,Ll M K ' l' vflfl 57" VH -Dex ,Q 1, aff-4, I 1 ' , ' f Z f ' ' v 1' v1z,f4Ld L, 5 L' 1 1 ff I f , I tw - 43- I. .- L 171A 11' V gb, V,-Xfixrfc-L P ,f 5' , if I I , V ' ,7 ' 'G . .ufcfi ,,,,,'i- 'PJ' fy, "if G7 f I f ' I 1' Y--fc .1 Y 4 L , ' ' " -.- fu- , -v. f 4 'U tsl we 4 my -1 Muff 7 .L , GL, C ' L , ' ' ' .f ' 7 L P' - 1- f:sA.4r few 1, , A , , . ,f - ggf- . - 4 1 . 'M' .4 , N J 1 4 4 - , . I I . , . . I . I I I ' sew- Flrst row Chase Nystrom Haugen Nsenober Krlngle Second row Boklfen Espeseth Lubken Welte Rambol Schamberger Third row Aos Klttleson Mr Bohnsack Skotvold Thomas Disaster then struck as the next four games brought defeats all by close margins Crookston Central Warren Crookston A C and Red Lake Falls were the fortunate teams The season was ended successfully by swomplng Mac Hu 34 to O Re Lake Falls led the conference followed by Warren Fosston Bagley on Mclntosh In that order Captain Roger Myhrum James Mnttum ond Alvnn Hagen fullback end and tackle respectively made the all conference team Compliments of ZETHREN 8' CO .... P. L. Ofsdahl . . . Phone 49 C I HOWARD'S SERVICE . . . Phillips "66" Products . . . Phone I48 CLIFFORD S. LARSON, JEWELER . . . Fine Diamonds and Watches BAGNE MEAT MARKET . . . Quality Meats . . . Phone 2I0 Page 93 yy ,- Q . - -5.-at.-1 . 1, I I Rfk T V 1 , :H W I ,,, , ,... -1 I '53 4- ' . I. M L if ' .- v - I fs ,. , "x . I1 . , , ' f. , A .,. 1 ff 5 5 1 1 1 I 1 I - 5 + 1 1 1 1 1 - I 5 1 5 1 - 1 1 - I ' 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 d 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' Homecoming Homecoming I948 began with the traditional Hobo day when students and faculty dressed in style. Georgian Paulson and Kenneth Nystrom were awarded prizes at the "kangaroo court." Thursday night Warren was burned in effigy at the bonfire which followed the snake dance. Friday's parade brought out the townspeople en masse. Although our boys went down l3 to O they still enjoyed the Homecoming dance that evening. Page 54 OUAT T2-BTN an 5 i0'Vl ' Pgzn an QS SNOOKY OG O 6 0 056,65 TEX STUB lllga v6 . ky ' I ,N- ' -5 Q Q4 8 5 AL B 'aw ferr ef' fs 136 1-Z .."!'.."'.. ."'??'Z" Klttlescn Tangen Rambol Knudson Eruckson Howes Nlenaber Mr Rullffson Cagey Cagers Thus year Fosston s Greyhounds coached by Davud Ruluffson came through their conference play undefeated with twelve wnns Although they lost three non conference gomes they had a very successful season wrnnnng l8 games Scoring honors were held by Mlttun Roysland and Hagen respectively Jrm Mnttun captann filled the rnght forward positron Other sensors on the team nncluded James Wogsland at left guard Alvln Hagen and Charles Larson at center Rlchard Nuenaber and Vernon Howes were reserves at forward and guard respectively Junlors on the flrst team were Robert Wogsland at guard Allen Erickson at left forward reserves were Forrest Knudson at guard Raymond Knttleson at center and Roger Tangen at for ward Wayne Rambol the only sophomore on the team played forward Thus year the student manager was Leon Nystrom Page 57 Kneel ng Collgan Mr Bohnsack Stand ng Nenaber Engelsgaard Johnson Kr ngle Skatvold Tangen Larso Haugen Haugstul Ca In Team of the Future The B team had a very successful year through the efforts of Captann Dean Collugan Art Nlenaber and Kenny Larson who dld most of the sconng losing only two games As there were only three sensors on the team there are good prospects for next year The B team was ably coached by George Bohnsack From the ranks of the B team wall come some of Fosston s future stars Best of Luck ANGLESBURG HARDWARE Palnts Farm Supplies Phone 56 THE LITTLE CAFE Home Cooked Pastries Phone 225 J E GLOVER IMPLEMENT C0 McCormick Deermg Farm Equnpment DR ROBERT VIG Dentist Office ln Zetheren Bulldlng Page 58 I: i,. . I I II I I I nl V lrl' I I ' I . . ... ... ... . lil - lil ll ull! - . ... ... in-Q -me 'Ne F rst row Carlnn Bpornerud LaVo Johnson Engebretson Hagen Second row Notvedt Haugen Rude Solsten Nord Vug Th rd row Cameron Brom Tafl n Kvare Relerson Hove Mr Bohnsack Pups Fosston s C team composed of yunror hugh school students showed prom use of tune teams to come In a lunnor hugh tournament between Mclntosh Erskine Mentor and Fosston the Greyhound Pups trounced Mentor but lost to Mclntosh by one pount In the champuonshup game Congratulations from L. H. AOS HARDWARE CO. . . . Gully, Minnesota . . . Phone 36 SIG LADE G' SON . . . John Deere Implements . . . DeLaval Cream Separators REIERSON OIL COMPANY . . . Pure Oil Products . . . Phone l40CI THE NEW COZY CAFE . . . The Best in the Northwest . . . F. Anderson G' Son Page 59 ,. ... A. K v 4-4: I , . A 1 , 3,7 e 'hc ' . 5 L :yy Y fy ,z 7 , . V' M V I , I A 4: ,V , A, 'M i A . W Aiwa L... i I ', ' , i, , , - I I I I I I . ' i 1 , ', i , , ' , , - - I ll Il ' ' ' , ' I ' Il Il I I I . v... , 'QII if ww W ia if U MIM s ,454 uni? 3 J 'Hin' .3 i 1 1 ygwg? 1 ' 5 Q ,, M 6 1 wwf j..- A il XJ A-f El I -19,31 1.2 Sept 7 Back to school for Iearnmg Although there IS no yearnmg We got beat at our homecoming For weeks the boys weren t even hummmg Nov I2 The Junior play cast was a sight The afternoon and through the night Oct 28 29 The teachers have gone to M E A At last' V 'A holiday' Qs! M Nov 25 Z6 Poor old turkey not a wmner Was massacred at our Thanksgzvung dmner Page l . . .I , . X4 YKQ . 9 4 Oct. 8 . . I A T 53 M X A 5 I b 'I . . . . x 6 Dec I8 We all had fun through Chrlstmas vacation To get from school there was no hesltatlon Feb I4 The couples m school now sense the time For the appearance of St Valentine Nov 30 The farst basketball game was our delight We sent Thlef River unto flnght Dec I5 The Christmas Concert was really nnce Although the weather was cold as :ce Page 67 o a I 4 x v . I I . u I March 3 4 5 These ore doys of procrostmotnon We look to the tournaments with ontnclpotuon Apnl I7 Hens so busy xt :sn t funny 'S nl NY' Apnl 27 Polushlng unstruments up ond down the Inne Bond members ore workmg for nt s concert tame Apnl 30 The Muslc Festuvol ns an full strnde With hugh school talent thot us our prude gc F' Wx Q This is the big day for Bugs Bunny, .V ' M , """ -f i 2.fl.f-f""! z ' 63 in 14' 'T May I3 As sensors strive to be dromotuc Every one IS drlven frdntlc May 2'l All ore dressed up nn their best orroy The Junior Senior Prom ut IS todoy May 29 Boccoloureote to sensors IS deor lt meons the end IS drowlng neor June 3 Moy every thought ond deed be guven To thus our school so tune For In our hearts deor memorles Wall deepest hopes enshrme Page Paul'-iv Q A W, Q, pegs A it t o I t v Sf 95' fl ss 4 X f t sf he l ' ' 64 B11 D055 'Pa ,payg L... g....,. at-....... " ""S Home mailers? W I MS! 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H ' ' U u Last Wall and Testament LEON NYSTROM walls all has black and blue marks to Arthur Naenaoer MARDELLE CHRISTIANSON walls her good looks to Ruby Brenna DORINE SORENSON walls her abalaty to take care ot kads to Maraan Dunrud HAROLD ENGELSGAARD walls has old Ford to Royal Espeseth JAMES MITTUN walls has lt pays to be agnorant personalaty to Bob Roysland MARILYN RUNDELL walls her abalaty to read books to Vavaan Anderson DAVID REIERSON I wall my pertect personalaty to Duane French JACQUELYN MILNE walls her last name to Ross RICHARD NIENABER walls has power to resast garls to Jack Dahl JOHN SANDRY wal's has garlash tagure to Bernard Braske ALVIN HAGEN walls love tor antaque garls to Gene Hagdem JAMES WOGSLAND walls has good socaal marks to Forrest Knudson CHARLES LARSON walls has ba ketball rebound abalaty to Raymond Kattleson JOYCILLA LUNDEEN walls her abalaty to get along wath the opposate sex to Ethel Goldsmath ROGER MYHRUM walls has abllaty to shoot the bull to Roger Taragen QUENTIN OLSON walls Robert Rutkowska an old shart a paar ot shoes and a paar of pants DELORES BAKKEN walls her enthu aasm tor basketball to Loas Hasselton VIOLETTE BJORNERUD walls her freckles to Ronald Maller LEROY MIENERT walls has physaque to Rachard Aos GRACE REITEN walls her shorthand abalaty and notebooks to Eleanor Bakken DEAN COLLIGAN walls has tootball suat to Robert Lubken WALTER BLIX walls has love tor Eddae Arnold to James Olson RODNEY MYHRUM walls all has muscles to Erlang Anderson RUTH HAUGEN walls her drum to Molly Halladay MARJORIE HANSON and DALE JESKA wall thear love to Patty Tagland and Allen Erackson DURWARD JACOBSON walls has room at Larson s to Arden Danaelson Pa c 66 O ' 5 - s - 11 - 11 - ' ' ll ll ll r - ll . ' s - - -- 11 11 , , s 'cr to of the Semor Class VIVIAN WHALEY walls her porttoluos used paper and empty :nk bottles to Ins Anglesburg LEROY JOHNSON wnlls has shootln eye to Donald Rotness WANDA EORSBERG wnlls her pull wlth the bus driver to Shrrley Elerstad ARVID HOLT wllls hns radso ablluty to Marvnn Moen MARY LOU LOMNESS wllls her smnle to Mary Larson KATHLEEN SINJEM wnlls her leer to Colly Emerson VERNON HOWES wills hls standnng wnth Mass Arno to Donald Busse MELVIN OIEN I wlll my muscles to Leroy Swanson for protection s sake LEONARD MIENERT wllls hls meanness an the Lnbrary to Wulllam Dulmage ALLEN CARLSON wllls hrs name to Allen Carlson GERARD JOHNSON wllls hrs Advanced Algebra absluty to Arnelda Krohg ORDELL BERG wllls has eyes to Vernon Halvorson VIOLA COLSEN wllls her wlnkun eyes to Lucnlle Tangen ARLENE EVENSON wllls her weught to Florence Tangen LOIS GREEN wllls her ablllty to keep qulet to Glorls Vennes DORIS HAUGEN wulls her stature to Ruth Nord MARVEL HEIDE wulls has place un Ag to Ronald Jeska MARILYN LANGSETH wllls her Engllsh marks to Mary Ann Larson VERNON HANSON wllls has soft vouce to Donald Thomas SHIRLEY JOHNSON wllls her evnl eye to Marian Peterson ALFRED SANDRY wllls hls farmnng ablllty to Robert Rouland MARCIA PETERSON wllls her qulet nature to Esther Haugen ARDELLE NYSTROM wulls a new Dodge to James Vug NORMAN HALVORSON walls hns abnllty to keep quiet to Howard Olson MAVIS LOMEN wnlls her place In Steno to Mary Tollefson MARIAN MILLER wllls all her used jokes to Fay Krungle JOYCE NORDEN wllls her walk to Kathryn Megorden KEITH NOTVEDT walls hns stature to Ralph Haugen DONALD MOLDEN wnlls has l6O acres to Paul Larson llbc 7 O I I - ' ll A I 11 - 11 ll ll - 1 - 1 1 ll I . . . ,, 1, . . . . - 1, - - I ll ' - ll - ll - - - If ll - ll fl 3. 6 ,M U 1948 Prom For the first tlme ln recent years a banquet was held In connection wlth May I5 The grand march led by Melvin Oren and Ruth Haugen led from the banquet hall and proceeded down the wmdmg stanrs to the gym The theme of the prom was The Enchanted Garden General co chanrmen were Joyce Norden and James Wogsland Page 68 the Junior-Senior Prom. The banquet was held in the third floor hall on Farst row Ardelle Nystrom Marcua Peterson Kathleen Smgem LaVonne Klon gerboe unknown Vlvlan Whaley Vuolette Byornerud Shirley Johnson Second row Mary Lou Lomness Muss Balstad Ruth Johnson Grace Renten Marlorue Danielson Delores Vuk Loss Green unknown Selma Oxstraw Memorlesl ,Z J aff. f 270: 7,71 'pififz-1049, '40 Back nn the year l94O t sensor class was smaller than I ns today Smce then there have been many changes nn the class First row Gerald Johnson Melvnn Oren Walter Bllx Davud Carsltrom Kenth Notvedt Davld Rexerson unknown Harold Engelsgaard Arvld Holt Second row Clayton Jellum Charles Balstad Gerard Johnson Willard Bakken Alvnn Hagen Charles Aakhus Charles Larson Glendes Innes James Mnt fun Page 69 C' lr' Dr V ,gi ,Q A .21 - 1 ' . 1' . lk , X Q. " 11 W , I R 1 1 1 1. .1 ' K1 f' M' 'J t 3 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ,, l . :1 l Q I 1 .V 1 1 1 . ' ,. , ,- .. , IL 1. 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