Fosston High School - Talisman Yearbook (Fosston, MN)

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TH 5 X T ER Fovpveo SCHOLASUQ 922 GROUP PRESS ASSOUATIQN PROPERTY OF f ff' ara! lrffg' J N051 RN IN . I ---- ,, A F W , xwg W 'Il' Y 'f ' " Qi- fll' Lili THE 1 O HLISMFIN 4 f fmf f My ll Qla.fS elm 2 Cl Q5 7'M..Qff Z 30 jafgj' +25 ui-9-fi Vicky-'L 7 3 ,,,,:7 an fumwjhw yjfflwsi ffm? M ...A uv-Jfv QW7'7'wi'i'iJGQff, A M 'WE MQWMMM I Ja' wil. Qmmb Qagilwf Wgzfgfi? SW M' JW MTM Qffgm RJLM' walk.. mf .ff,iUf.lfZvf-2 5"'li5Qw2if'L"Uff mi ill' Zlflf Kiln? MMALK jeg .L .awffff-412-f CFML Miki THE CLASS OF 1950 wi WL. FOSSTON HIGH SCHOOL ossToN, MINNESOTA 0. l 5 1 ' , W u. f' , f LUG-5 Q V l1nfS'7L' U' A ' L JW? V.- . M 'dv-M 5" W A Me' 24 A A M fi ' , X A I5 UfjvQu,v'9m QW ma A, L 1 ' , ' ff '- . ' ' , . f fo A ' . 4.-MPM 'JQWUU' v W7 - .r a , ffl, Af VU , ' fi vm L M1 f f - JSI 1 , l'IA.J A I A J V , , 4 I ,, o : I ' 5 rap!-H M so M' J ,A V' ' 6 5, 1 0 I A fm - J' if ' ouv' -'WML S A Le, f AA' ' a,cc.C5e.A7"a4f rrfffaf.. 1 .b'owLL I LJ - , - x I Q, l F' a'V F - . , . 0 ' , L . Ll . ' f f' U ' liz -' , D ' 'F' N54 Published by are 0 I IL O 5 F . if' ln, I i 'T 'Nun - dl 4 i""'- 'OL "",4a-r DEDICATION The 1949 1950 Tahsman IS respectfully dedl cated to Mlss Marion Arlo instructor and An nual Staff advisor m the Fosston High School from 1946 to 1949 Through her generously gxven guidance, the Talisman has become a growing publxcatxon a worthy representative of the ever expandmg precedent set by the ad mmlstratlon faculty and student body of our school ln their desire to establish opportunities for the educational and cultural development of every young person ln our community ITV .gi MISS Nlarlon Arlo QOOK Q ONTE TS TY B hge H h h A Bookx CLASSES K RGANIZATIONS I O h O05 GK guumocg Rss QW Q Q! XS I d d bl N . Q wh Xsn W 0 t x The" e 9 h A x X H O W Th 'l h 609 n h C1 h. Nor b d b john L. L ' . Q Y'x Th 1 d X X d Sh f -h Y rate h g 3 Q9 Qing y . 4 44" 4 4 444 4 m444:" ,444 n,.:: 4 4 3444. 4 444,44 n. :'.:4: " . 4,41 ,4::. '::, 4 444 ::::..' 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',N1l,.1n 25 pi' l 11, lA Walk ARVID MAGELSSEN JACK HARRIS 1lllllllI11'HAHmlHIlliIlllllllllllllllllllIlllll skew-.., M42 Under the guidance and supervlsxon of Arvxcl As PYlHC1Pal Band Dlf9Cf0f and Hafmoni' Magelssen our school has been run effxclently and teacher .lack Harris has been fi Sfeaf hell? V0 ZVPYY we one Hrs pleasmg personalxry and frlendly manner makes hxm well lnlced by all PL If ..,,,-Q GWR: We-' THOMAS MYSZKOWSKI MRS LOIS DOKKEN Besmdes teachmg umor I-lngh Socxal Studles A offxce work and records have been kept 1n Thomas Myszlcowslcx thls year took on the job of KI top shape by our very able bocllecl secretary ,ll-'mor H1311 PUUCIPGI She ns always on hand to do any jobs that may come up m order to save ume for all the teachers 4 -4 'R' ','f L N - , ' , 12 R ' N , ' fn- 4 my ,470 l V wi ' 'V'- I A D . . h r I 1 . . Y - - ll. - V ' A U . , X , I I I ' ' 4 s ' X- :Gf ff" , ,fuEif57'f:'f 33' " ,-Af,,ai!r23,,f.f"'f" i '1f?EZ??f"i15' .-1-wifi' ' ' X . 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Senior High Social Science Arheltic Coach OLAF BRINKMAN M The Maintenance staff has kept everyone happy an by keepmg the class rooms clean and warm ld J hnson The reliable workers are Olaf Brm The Frlendly Store BEST WISHES FROM GAMBLES ELVIN HASLIE GER ALD JOHNSON cl well contented every clav kman Melvln Haslle and Gera o Phone l69C1 N Ill uw ""'u"'-T. if 9. 2 u""-TI. g::: Hina N QD ll I mmm: IIII IH WA 1 MwmMWWMHwmm ' A 4 H xv.. 1'fffffffffQffIffZ. " " ' ' M 5 " V .-" agfszfswszfn zfszwfszf-:'f Q ' in 1 .f::fa::'::':f!P::ar2Z:' ,fag-z'ga'g5::g1:g1:g, 5 'llizzlz-. "I- fu- "" In 'n -fm !' 15' "W iw :same ,M .lj,,,,.IllQ ..., 4lI....'IlL. HH'-"'A " WIIIl"ilpWm' "figW,f 'IIIIIe12,,1gfffivmfsieg i "'h'f'f'2fIHIl'!'!v:.,w .ly . ,, ,, .,,.., ., ,,.,,..,.. .. V. .,,.,, V. .,,,.., ,rul V' .1 , .. -,-f"" ll lll lll lll llll lll ll , II III I III IH III HI I V 4 I ' , Wh? 'ij . A Q 'il Q1 3 R . ' 5 I A I F 3 Qi' 5 N XF CLASS HISTORY 1946 1947 SEPT 16 School began today Its not just an ordx ray experxence for today we became the Freshmen SEPT 23 Today we elected our class officers Kathryn IS presndent Lo1s v1ce presldent and Patty sec retary treasurer OCT 22 We won' Its Homecommg Faye IS our ueen we beat Mac It s been a perfect day MAY Z1 Today we all piled 1nto buses and journeyed to Pine Lake for a plcnlc the cllmax of our Freshman year 1947 1948 SEPT 2 We re back at the old grlnd agam and now we re ln Senlor Hlgh SEPT 16 Class electlons were held today Ronald Mrller IS our class presl dent Royal vxce president and Mary Larson secretary treasurer SEPT 26 Today our gallant Greyhounds matched their sklll wlth Bagley and Patty rode on our Sophomore float MAY 19 We ve turned ln our books banged our empty locker doors shut and we re off to Roy Lake to end our class year wxth a prcmc 1 948 1 949 SEPT 7 At last we can cons1der ourselves Upper Classmen Yes today we have started our llth year of school SEPT Z0 Kathryn has agam galned the offlce of president of the class of 50 oanne IS v1ce president and Arnelda IS secretary treasurer OCT 8 Shlrley was our ueen candidate for thls Homecoming and the Greyhounds meet Warren on the Grldxron alas neither of them gamed the honors of the day NOV 12 Tomght me dxsplay our dramatxc abxlnty as the junxor class pre sents Head FIYSI MAY 21 We have rolled up our sleeves and gone to work the gym has changed 1nto a plrates den Its the umor Semor Prom UNE 3 June has arrlved and w1th If comes three months vacatlon' 1949 1950 SEPT 3 We are the Seniors As we look at the class of 54 we wonder If we looked as bewlldered just three years ago SEPT 14 Thls year Eorrxe 15 presldmg over our class meetlngs with Patty as vlce pres1dent, Colly as secretary, and Gladys as treasurer OCT 14-I-Iomecommg honors have come our way Our star llt float won lst prxze and Molly ns Queen MAY 27 Thls mormng we all slept a little late Maybe IITS because last nxght we were guests of the Jumors at the Prom JUNE 5 Tomght we recexved our dxplomas and we shall be Alumnr of Fosston Hlgh From the Diary, Class of '50 . .19 so lttlj 1 1 , iiaa ' - - , - -. ' 7 -r-- of F. H s. 'EE Q I A I 3 I r H ' U 5 1 ' ' ' , . 1 Q T 3 5 , ' - ' 5 , - - , , 5 . 1 I T ' - 66 77 y . 'J . V - . . - . . - , . . T - 66 - .as J ' - ' J - . - . , , . 4 - . . . . . . 3 . Arnelda Krohg Arnelda Krohg Patty Tagland Vxvxan Anderson Ronald Mlller Mary Tollefson Allen Erickson ..qn'l' 3 ' L..',- 95 32 94 JZ 94 19 93 89 93 50 93.40 H . Both our V3lCdlCfOfl3I1 and Salutatorxan ln addr t1On to bemg outstandmg students are ac we m number of extra curricular actnvmes They are both members of a number of nh muslcal organizations of the school and of the Grey hound staff Patty IS 1n G A A and a member of the Tallsman staff gb fe Patrxcla Tagland Forrest Knudson Lors Hasselron Mary Larson Lucnlle Tangen Im Angelsburg Colly Emerson A 'Y"" Z,,M N , BACK ROXV: l.. Tangen. F. Knudson. A. Erxclcson, R. Niiller, V, Anderson. FRONT ROXV: C. Emerson, Nl. Tollefson, L, Hasselton, I. Anglesburg, M. Larson. 4 ,L e 92 52 91 34 90 76 90 47 90 01 90.00 G .A ' A IIII IH wall' 1.11. ..,. 11 ..m1m'l1llllll+xlI1illliin1,:?HM:3J::"..., .' '1.1.Hr1IHHIIIWH-lIMl1IHlHlH I9 50 l:.f.rm..l.:w WHmm.11'fs'.x''HI1H:1x1'rlllIIvrmllruln.flHzzw14I1IMIiImHmmHIHIIIIHIVIIHIIII4IIIIIIIIIllIIIlIIIIIIIlIIIllllillllllllllllllllltlllllllllllli , - ' t a of' A . ,of .D - f K f 90 ' FM' , ab"-. W' ANDERSON, ERLING "No man ls great unless he is honest." F.F.A. 3,4 00-144 f,glL 4,0044 '90 we ANGLESBURG, IRIS "Her pleaslng disposition brings her many friends." Greyhound 2,3,4g Library Club 3,4, Pres. 4: G-.A.A. 3: F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3, Vice Pres. 4: Chorus 2,3,-1, Small Group 4 ,166-.MJ 5,-v,. .fo ff-' rrlfo4cJ 1 4-04, A.4.4frL!'.44, ,voo- f 1' 4 1 - BAKKEN, ELEANOR "Hushl I think I heard her talking."".f'l G.A.A. 1,2 f-ja LJ ,zff avi' M.-. W I . Za h ff iv 1 "The best way to lengthen our days is to steal a few hours from the night." gf'-' I ,J DN I f I ,. fy ,lf V K f I. f .4 " ' I , - 1 J ' 4 ' l L 'J-" ff , ,f N x ANDERSON, VIVIAN "An earnest and loyal stu- dent." Class Play 3: Talisman Library yup 3,4 .l-I in I J' A J J V 19 ,x 9 II jf J J, X! 4s U- .V J 44' P' 9 J t AOS, RICHARD "A man who's after his own heart, but rather a girl were after It." Chorus 4: Football 3,4 BERGLUND, GLADYS "As good-natured a soul as trod the earth." Class Treas. '45 Student Councll 4: Greyhound 4: Li- brary Club 3,4. reporter 3: Chorus 2,3,4g G.A.A. 2,37 F.H.A. 1,2, reporter 4 f , A ' fy L V 'uf' fyf 7ff"f4f1.4'fy 1ff'L'5' ' ' I , A 'L' ,Q, ',f.4,.cf.f 4 I , Zfbtl -Mfoell' Z'-fi,L'f'fr ' X ,A ,L ff Q 1 X t LI: 8 L fu..-4 f 1 AU "6l7.?,,Aa1 , -A ,gg 4, ff, BRISKE, BERNARD "Great men are dying and I don't feel so well myself." Class Play 3: Football 4: School Flecorder 3,4 EfmE,,.Q 23142, flf"L, J' 1 ' 24,4430 .ffff L 771 BUSSE, DONALD "Worry and I have never met." Chorus 3,4 V .7 1 4 V, Al f I F X I. -. 1 ! ,M ! 1,1 ' of fi .lg y r I' ' f. .l ' DAHL JACK My mind IS set on greater thlngs ihan womens smiles and engagement rings DULMAGE WILLIAM Bull' Even men of small stature may posess great mlnds DUNRUD MAVIS Quletness as futtung for a lady S Hp. hr I f Ali 'YB CARLSON, ALLEN "I rellsh a bit of nonsense now and then." Chorus 2.3.4 I .- DANIELSON ARDEN Books and me are frlends phooey' Football 4 DUNRUD N 7 W D88 .wa F5717 ff ' l 1 V CK! JEANNE Bemg good never troubled her EMERSON COLLY Good nature without dns gunae Class Sec 4 Student Coun cl 4 Treas 4 Greyhound 4 Llbrary Club 4 recorder ESPESETH ROYAL lm on the brlnk of a goo career someone push me o Class Vlce Pres 2 Student ouncnl 4 Pres 4 Band 12 3 4 V ce Pres 4 ep Band 12 3,4 Football 34 Chorus .3 4f fs 1 fl r A , I FJERSTAD SHIRLEY When love and duty clash let duty go to smash Class Play 3 Greyhound 4 Chorus 34 HALVQRSON VERNON Matrimo ' f ln m Ine. yy Ml, MT! Dual ERICKSON ALLEN Sportsmanship ls one of the greatest qualltles of Than Student Councll 2 Das Vnce Pres 4 Class Play 3 Talisman 34 Editor 4 Bas ketball 2 Football 234 Co Capt 4 Baseball EVANSON HARVEY ' man that blushes ls not quite a brute FFA 1234 Reporter Pres 4 aa 91 l O1 8 Ld. J-.iff M .li HALLIDAY MOLLY Clever and cute pleasant to boot Class Play 3 Greyhound 4 Tallsman 24 Student Coun cll 4 Cheerleader 34 Band 4 Chorus 234 Sma Group 4 HASSELTON LOIS 'There is only one th ng better than a d te every night and thats two dates a nlght. Class Vice Pres. 1' Student ouncil Vice Pres. ' Claes Play 3' Talisman ' reyhound 234 Edltor ' Band 123,4' Pep Band 234 'p my dfjiff' Eff' T A , Q. al. la 4.! ,, ,L .pyffal fin, JA cj' l A J ly .fy V! ' Nprcl-L HAUGEN, ESTHER "Somewhat shy, but full of fun." u . 15 Llbf3 RMT? V! yfjdzflw W ,. ' 1- 5, rv! J' Wil HAUGEN, LP 'J . "QI like rk so well I could Ile do and- sleep by it for ho 'rs." 1 Greyhound Q HIGDEM GENE I can reslst anythnng ex cept temptation Cass Play 3 Band 2 4 Pep Band 234 JOHNSON CAROL I laugh qpd chatter as I lc nv 1 ""' J W I www' 'ii W ,aff KLEIN JOYCE Let the world sllde have a good time while you re young JESKA RONAL Now whuch way would the easnestv A 123 Chorus KLASSE NORM Sllence ma P orma f er talnln t K Ll ray CQDBIAI xl L K 1 I J I KITTELSON RAY Never do today what you can put off untnl tomorrow Class Play 3 Talnsman 4 FFR 34 Sec 4 Baseball 34 aynxfnfs ootb X if QL' AW my 400 ,P CWS' My ' . 6' . , . f ' l W , x O l O y ' . Q If 1 A ' I XW: 1 I4 M ' ' I it , n 1' I .fl A f I . V ' 1A y , Y nf' fx " ' - O " , A be I 9 I .3. : F.r-'. . , 3.4 " , 1 X . l Too-" , y ' s r emruf lkw 5 !J,:I,6!,' U . f . . 9 I . IDI! "V K J - vy V' ffl' :P AG b 'A f K ' ,+I , ,ff ' A .K Q, yll .9-VT I x ,I V. !.tf1j' , 10 17 i lg! tif f inf. 'ff' Jr , My I nf' If ' ,ffl , gl , . A :V X '. '.B. , , Z .H iv- 72' UAL , X , l - 9 avg- ' 3-4 - 1 Nl A 14 J Q I f- X . , O - 1 'K O , , aa A l 3 X KNUDSON FORREST I Gnrls may come and gurls m y go on or ever chasing them Class Pres 4 Class Play 3 Tallsman 4 Greyhound 23 Chorus 234 Busmess Mgr asketball B 4 Football 234 Capt 4 Baseball 34 KROHG ARNELDA Wlth few words to say she goes quletly on her way Class Sec Treas 3 Grey hound 234 Llbrary Club 3 A 12 Songleader Band 234 Pep Band 34 Recorder 4 LARSON MARY Always dependable always md d n r studies never behlnd Class Sec Treas 2 Student Council 1 Llbrary Club 3 :ce Pres 3 G A Ban 2 rarlan 3 P Ban orus 34 Llbrarlan Small Group 4 LARSON RUDOLPH A man ls not measured by what he says but by what he does. F. .A. 12 4 M007 Mx-Swear' 74 dajwf- "Qi-J?-.- 4,44 7 ITL f KRINGLE FAYE Modesty IS a charm X Tallsman 1 Greyhou Chor 234 Q9 Y' x f ' LANGE jo ANNE A handful of fun IS worth a bushel of learning Class Vice Pres 3 LARSON MARY ANN vemfher 6 vm Wa f I S f f E045 up ' rl fair' SA 4 "b"S L RHOFF EVA JAN She is always alert for fun and work. Library Club 4 LEIKNESS, MAUREEN "A sunny disposition, an ever-ready smile." allsman 4' Greyhound 4' an 12 Chorus 3 Class Vu! Www IAXQ Play 3 Q LUNDHAGEN SUSAN Sue Jollv as the day IS long Greyhound 4 Pu an 'wil ,,, f M ff' f7'rl'7Y' Kr M v-' A 1- V MEGORDEN KATHRYN She can laugh wlth the Jolllest and work with the busiest Class Pres 13 Class Play 3 Tallsman 4 Greyhound 234 Band 1234 Pep Band 2 Small Group 234 M no-Y V91 WM www' Www MILLER RONALD L ves too sample Y r bralny man ass ard!!-na 4 F ot ll e all rus MQW J' QR Q LUBKEN, ROBERT "There are a good and a bad way of llvlng. l wonder how the good slde is " A 23 Basketball B 4 Football 34 Baseball 34 MACHO RUTH The way to hav a frlend us to be o e fx Greyhound 4 .n-M16-'WU m.lz,u:r3,Aw6,t a,,u..l.,U frnui-'4f'R ouAz7av0ff"'U"'0Jl-"4 4-uf i7,5wJ1?' 00,46 46111-0 A-dfvdn A4,,l7.Wnrfff4 A MELBO MAVIS' tg 'I I I- :if Studies arent anytfffn to Mavus when therj for a good tyrn Cllmax H si 1 yt? n 7' Ajubrarx fyndg I- ilfiiv 1 ! L L ,ff Y MILNE ROSS It s nlce to be natural when you re naturally nlce Student Council 1 Cla s Play 3 Talisman 4 Grey hound 34 Basketball Stu d nt Mgr 2 Chorus 234 Pres 4 Small Group 34 T , , 7 B d .: W " F.F. . .: " " if f 6 ' , : . : . , 3 " Y' 'L' . ' y. Y. . J, 4 . , LII 1 N' fp ja! 4. L' C' U- W' H1 f 1 'rl' ,a l. I O L J L .xl ' - l , yy, X lx, . l A J V ' - L A ' I ' J! ! A . ' 'I R 1 17, - J A p f ,I 51 ,. , K Y . , 4. - .H U e . - rv li 4 n . J', 1' f' "9 M 'I .H ll--rf! It 0. link, L.: f" , e 1 V f so , 3 ML. 1 In-V ,.,Y 1,7 'san' 'i , ' ixjhwyfufaf x . by 413,144 -- 'ffm' 7' . JI -,4,,k,4 -Ffa lf ff' 1"f,: ' ' I 7, C ' L-- . 1 - I I - ---fi 'V""'4'M, 5. 1 1 , jf VU 1.1 A , 'xp 14 ' v I ' I ' ' sfa a' ' V7 - I ' . ll A dl,- ,,.- , . I . , 3 , re bu 3 1 , ,f - 5 N62 1 9" lr YQ'--'1f9.-A 2,3,4g Chorus 2,3,4, Recorder Lfj -X' -Ll All-y'V!zf" Q1 ,Wai ,' r . L 11 1 L .. , .nf ' I V l g3'Aw.p,,-.lull X , xi L' ,Fl D C . 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DJJ ' ' ' ' ' , MOEN MARVIN Its the llttle thmgs t wt Count NORD RUTH She does all she can and then some Llbrary Club 34 Sec Treas 4 GAA 23 Pep Band 34 Band 34 Chorus 234 Small Group 4 M K, ,J'j,r1C4f" OPHUS DUANE l believe conserving energy especlally my own A 1 Football 4 Ban QUITBERG LEO Wlt ls the salt of conver satlon H blng HS 123 off-4 .Z -9 l NIENABER ARTHUR hurry not nenther do worry Student Councll 4 Class Play 3 Tallsman 4 F FA 234 Pres 3 Basketball B Foot a 2 lv- Baseball 2 OLSON HOWARD The greatest of all men are sllent FFA 1234 Judgmg Com mlttee 34 -KLA tau., we Sky? EQWXNRQX.. X 'L-LQ' xox Xsxxsx Cx"""-X x kk? gs-n. s 'Qs bb'-' ov-at Q-...1,,w,, SS DONALD When all about are wagg In thelr tongues h e malns silent 5 dvkwwi- ' 1 ,,,. QQAAS f'fL'i53j,,, , I .. . . . ht nl I . I qv' 3 .rr l 1 5 fe r ' P '. 1 ,Q P 3: "A" 4: b ll ,3,4g V Q s 5 1 x 1 1 , V In ' - ln . . u .' ' ' 'Z p 7. '. ' ' "" ' , . S .. ,, .5 , H , 1 v 2 ' 1 Y of LM' my - . A I .1 ,, u l R ,Array 5 ' N 1 v-JK tons' X. ,,....., l 19" I N I 1 K, I -"1 ll ' in H X ll ith g- I ' g. v ' 0 , A F.F. . 3 1 Cl I9 0 -" 1,2 N 'Lk ' . , - W 6- x 3,5 . v g X x We X, ' X.. S g 5 C M UL XS.- . . Q Q , RO , ' '9 ' , e r - in . . ,, ' ' , 1 . 3 ' 9 'J I 1:7 A ' . ' l . q Q O .. U lf , 5 5 1 ' A 8' ROULAND, ROBERT "Girls like me.b o an 1 hqlzpf W lf' Xfglf 19 RUTKOWSKI ROBERT ut be a mans work d It ,luliflf WWW uf' we W, L 'Q 'Miva Xl4,u-Pi SWAN SON LE ROY Let the world go let the world slide Basketball B 2 Football4 TANGEN FLORENCE Full of fun and mlschnrf too dolng thmgs she should n t o ROYSLAND, ROBERT "You girls quit bothering me." Student Council 3,43 Talis- man 4g Basketball "B" 1, "A" 2,3,4, Capt. 45 Football 2,3,4g chorus 2,3,4 H P 1 l' bfi. l14'i+""'2' 754 W SQUIRES GER LDINE Somebody told me people sleep at nlght TAGLAND PATRICIA A llvely spoke In the Sensor wheel ass Sec Treas Vlce Pres 4 Student Councll 2 Talisman 4 Greyhound 234 Band 1234 Pep Band 234 Chorus 234 mall Gr up 2 A A 6 C ass lay 3 f' Wllfl I TANGEN LUCILLE The blush lsfbea :ful but e con en lent lasi Play " Iallsm h 4 l l'eyh0l.ff1dl 234 rary F 34' Peg Banu 34,,cnar-us 34 m Ga'up sn sta 'ent,Coul1cll 3 X L THOMAS DONALD TOLLEFSON MARY Th Mary IS never Idle I ere are wo days about Class Play 3 Greyhound 34 w Ich one should never worry yesierday and to morrow Shop Club 2 Greyhound 4 ootball 34 Talisman 4 Llbrary Club ec Vlce Pres VIG JAMES Let the world go as It may lll take It anyway Sl!" ww EM Class Morro The surest way not to fall A y IS to clerermme ro su ccee cl Class Flower Amerlcan Beauty Rose Class Colors Blue and Silver 6150.441 W 71 60 af ,646 'L 5 9-IN 1 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Presxclent Forrest Knudson Secretary Colly Emerson Vxce Preslclent Patrlcla Tagland Treasurer Gladys Bergluncl FIRST RGKV C Emerson, G Br-rgluncl SECOND ROXV F Knurlson P Taglind ..h- y 3 l M ' 0 3,-1.5 .3." .4 : : Q , K :F Y x s Al' -'Q ,fy ' , XMNX1-Tl".'. I. X , ! Q I .1 xx -l . .A n ,, 1 i A 7- '-' , K ,l' N Y 1 44 X , . Uh I . z., . f ' n ' ffl 1 Q F ,. L J .11 c 'J 5 A 1? .- ITT! .. I -L 1 1. ll I " I ' '- V 1' M VT' 1- 'N f'fWu '9 50 ' sur H , ww :11fUl-'lily' wnurnu, V'lH.l'I'lTIllIIMM1"iUwHHllVHlIfMlJHll1HllllIuUllllllllllHIlHf1lIlIUlll THE JUNIOR CLASS T FIRST ROW M Larson L Leervxg A Sleeth C Monson D Rystad I orgenson A Hanson J Wynne SECOND ROW O Lund H Solle H Quxclc A LaVoe D Larson G Lund E Kjella E Axelvold A Klldahl son L Chrxstxanson I Peterson B Omdahl E Sjol FOURTH ROW B Adams H Haugen G Peterson M Hanson D Carlstrom M Smjem Haugstul R Hxgdem R Sorenson I Baklcen N Norshy R Klasse M Matson W Engebretson C Roux FIFTH ROW R Engen G Solberg R Larson Slcatvold K Larson G Welte O Haugen W Rambol D Anderson M Sandry C Anderson O Peterson R Lavon The junior class began the school year wxth thelr class play Come Ram or Shme The queen candxdate was Lenore Chrlstxanson for Homecommg actlvxtxes They also sponsored the Chrxst mas dance The class was also well represented ln both extra currncular actxvmes and athletics The juniors w1ll end the year wlth the unxor Semor prom Class officers are Presxdent Donna Carlstrom Sec and Treas Wayne Engebretson Vxce Presxdent Marnlyn Hanson Student Councxl Rep George Welte Beverly Omdahl were ee swans NEXT Yum' me but v .fx , I Q ' 'I I ll . A s ' ' I 1 2 A ' H A . V A K KI - g- 4 3- 1 . , . ' , - , - , - , - J , - , - - THIRD ROW: Klein, j. Klinke, A. Vraa, L. Nyhus, Bolme, M. Peterson, G. Berglund, K. Solstein, I-I. Ol- ' 1 - . - , - , . , . , . ' ' , J- , - : . , . , . , , n . , . , . , . , . - - - as - - my W3', -gmwla m", "w,u'nwTu l 'u'mH :mwHAwmswHJ,,M:H' ,,,,, N n'MmWWMl THE SOPHOMORE CLASS SEATED V Sandry A Held: A Anderson M Stave V Lundberg Dulmige D Mllsten SECOND ROW D Axevold D Torgrxmson S Rolf R Relerson T Lomen D Peterson B Bjornerud F Harzhun M ohnson M enkms H Nxenaber THIRD ROW S -Iesness R Mlller Dulmage R Roux L Bjerlcen I Hasselton A FlShb9Ck W Paulson L Fjerstad L Swanson S Haugen FOURTH ROW E Anderson D Blanchard G Paulson H Harthun B Paulson M Colsen R Hove Caldwell D Nord L Sleeth B Anderson A LaVo1 C Haugstul V Dunrud For Homecomlng we chose Arlene Volden as our queen candldate Tlus year the sophomores sponsored the Vatlentme dance Our two candidates for lung and queen were George Olson and Betty Lou Renerson Class offxcers are Presldent Charles Taflm Student Councll Rep Allen Krnngle Vnce Preszdent Shexla esnes Rae Arlyce Rexerson Sec and Treas Donna Axevold Annual Rep Rae Arlyce Relerson SEATED L Balstad M Granum B Rexerson L Aspen L Omdahl M Haltlx E Dahl M Paulson SECOND ROW A Underlzerg J Agnes D Danxelson W Nnenaber G Olson C Lmdlnerg R Balcken Boxsjolme K Hagen R Dahllnerg THIRD ROW M Abele N Johnson D Strande C Taflm D Brmkman B Schamberger R Carl strom A Krmgle F Halverson D Brxslce P Abledgaard XNELL gg Jumoas NEXT YEAR, mumy, H+W www nmwmlq 501,m A M w nlwlmWWmMMmmm'H Wm : . , . ' , . , . 4 , . , . , . , . , .J , .J I , . ' . V . I , . , . . : - v - y - 1 - x - x - 1 - v 4 . . ' A .,,, ' J s ' : , K, . , . ' , . , . , . ', . , . . I : . , . , . ' , . ' , . , . ' , . , : . , . , . , . ', . , . , . - 1 ' A 3 ' 7 ' . 9 ' ' . 1 ' u ' ,, "p ,A,,,, w,i5Yl,, N fgagpgif HX ji HMAN CLASS SEA lton kerud orsb Brekke S Sleeth R Iverson E Fjerstad B Howes X SECON eldt V son Srave M Duncan M Dxsrud A Huso L Klem Ru! ski B Me Ber je W Evans eterson un Ison R Klasse E Lomness ROW IS e orsen Orrness Nyland Krmgle D Torblaa L Loland L e R u M An erson D Brown Kroemng R Lundberg O uve FTH RO R Johns o ns D eggrucl Ottness G Brom B Bmgham M Watkxns R exerso Amberso Kvare n L Po or Homeco ng we clfxos arty queen are Our kmg and queen of hearts candx dares for the Vale ne dance w Robe dberg n Vern Emerson gi flC2I'5 e Presldenr and T Marxon Nyland ce Presx Vxon urkows I Counc Dlck Relerson G Frances Affeldr X we X ii? QL .E 'Six Q YEAR, if' P . A ' Q . L F . ' x 4 J xr, - - . +1 1 . ,. I I 9 x X I V- H 1 M' , , - , A , . ' , - , E. en. Y ' 7 P' il 4 5 ' Y ' I 7 ' Y ' I I V. ', . B. B' X IRD RO : L. Nystro DeMa e, L. , D. Johnson, G. Carlin, L. Engebretson, R. Ringstad, 4 , , Ci, , - , A - 1 . A k , , , - , I ' Y - , - , - Sc r, . Ekl . , , ' , . ' , . ' ' . D. , . , , . ' , . ' , . A , . A , , A . m Q 4 s . . ' '- C 4 v ' r : ' , . , ce le . A x, ' ' , ' ' I ep. . .. ' ' X - , ' 4 Q G I 3 N1 . , 2 H w ' ' ' M19 50 ' ' " lu' "lawn n u ' ,, 1 1 M: u we ' A ' u , , M, .-',1,,.: M. .,,..:w., ., - r , A A THE EIGHTH GRADERS SEATED R Rundell I Satlxer B Squlres P Brlslce G Vxlcan I Relten M Kexm A Olson W Haugen SECOND ROW S Relclxenbach P Borud P LaVo1 R Hanson L Lomen W Buchholz K Haugen D Klmlce W Erlclcson G Norman O Solsten K Nystrom THIRD ROW J Clementson B Johnson A Kjella S Stolen D Landsverlc D Olson D Macho R Hendrickson T Klxen L Holt N Wogsland Hopke H Hendrlckson Rude F Chase FOURTH ROW M Aspen M LaVo1 B Terry J Kruenmg C Krolcen Hoplte S Borucl E Abeld gaard S Luclcen Danielson B Haugen C LaVo1 Whaley C LHVOI Last year the elghth graders sold candy at football games and at a few basketball games As yet they have no projects tlus year Class offlcers are Presxdent ames Rude Secretary Treasurer Sylvna Luclcen Vxce Presxdent Ida Sagher I ' N wsu BE m I-HGH NEXT YEAR CX : ' 1 - v - V r - I 1 - A 1 ' A s ' A s ' y ' ' A 3 - -A , - , - .1 - , - a - a - 1 . , . , . , . , . . I 7 - V 1 - 1 - l r - v - a - v - 1 ' , - , . , . ,J- , - ,.l- , - - : ' s.- .1 - r - -A v ' v I v - 1 ' ' 7 - ,J- , - , - ,J- , . . ' .ss.,. .A ...... . ...., ., J . ' y Q a i - V , -1 Q ,, .,v,,, V . . ,e up so .Q THE SEVENTH GRADE SEATED R Hove S Stexnbrenner G Tangen F Osmonson G Hxgdem B Larson A Huso D Tjerstad SECOND ROVU K Bjerlcen B Abele L Nelson P Duncan T Klllnan D Affeldt J Bjornerud I. uve A Hasselton I Sterry THIRD ROW G Miller D Haugstul M Frethem M Balstad K Duvlclc T Lomen M Gunderson B Hamlm Nelson O Aanenson R Rue R Notvedr FOURTH ROW J Aalchus W Haugen I. Bnske D Smjem K Dorschner R Kexm B Balclcen R Erick son R Hagen M Lomen L Loland R Hanson P L1Vox Nl Balstacl The seventh graders were actxve m many actxvltles They also solcl candy at the football games Many of the boys were on the C squad We thlnlc you wlll be hearmg more of us mn the future Class offlcers are Presldent alnes Bjornerud Secretars Treasurer Marilyn Balstad Vlce Presldent Dean Affeldt Advisor Mass Gunhus WELL BE IN STH GRADE NEXT YEAR' r,-1, rv: 1 fp 5-1111 ,a 'YH .,,.,,, 7"5"gf' , I" l If .i"' ,wiifrifg 4 'I Q 4' 9 udp" nu, . ,.,, ,,,. ' n fn" 410' "7'Z5'5? ,, rvrvr ,A . wf"'1 liwlzlllhvll HU- !sr, 'lfiI'wL 'if' ,WH isuw- Y .-.,..4-,,..,,. -ng, ' " "" va"-7' " 'Wiz ' " ' u,,',,i.,,-4,..,n. n -1 . - 1' ' 4. ' mga wi" . ,..,-f- ,,,,,.,,... , ul ' D 1 , , ,,,-. -. H ,gr ,- L. , ,W-,:I,:i',,..! ' ' 75 '. ' ,jf A .'l11lIIIIIIlIl!"i" 9. . PI. Ap.: r. ,,',,f,. ,t,:1,, s, -- ll I min. " ,. . lf 15: wr 'img' I,-7-..i 1 i ,ll HI! H. III, .Il I WI 1. feng? gg, 4 1 - 1 3' . 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'X W 4 -y X ' Q1 ' ' - 4 rv H , 1 ,, I ,,, ,, n nu ORGA IZATIONS MMM n qu, n 4 f , -1 1 y 1, fnmvyg Hu 151: r . ,,, gftgf ,I ugh'-, n 'I' If I 1 ' ' 1 4 ul' , . :-41: ' 'I 'I I f '7"l' I Yu 'Y' , I q,,g.,g ? 1 I 19 so l THE TALISMAN STAFF FIRST ROW F Knudson R Mlller R Mnlne A EflClCSOh K Megorden L Tangen SECOND ROW H Agee L Hasselton M Tollefson M Halllday V Andersson F Krmgle P Tagland M Lexkness Eclxtor ln Chief Allen EI'1ClCSOl1 Assxstant Edltor Ross Mllne Busnness Manager Ronald Miller Advertxsmg Manager Forrest Knudson ClfCUl3IlOh Managers Kathryn Megorden and Vlvlan Anderson Art Editors Leo ultberg and Marlon Peterson Sports Editor Bob Roysland Feature Editor Art Nxenaber Organlzatxon Edltor Lucllle Tangen Staff Assxstants Patty Tagland Lols Hasselton Molly Halllday Maureen Lexkness Fae Krlngle Ray Kxttleson M Tollefson Class Representatzves Jerry Slcatvold and Rae Arlys Rxerson Faculty Advxsor Mr Agee ' 1. M u it F. .. sv F K xg I T' 2 . , 1 , V, 5 tx 5 ' ' 'K " ,. . 1 F 1 THIRD ROW: A. Nienaber, J. Skarvold, R. Kmleson. . H Q . . A I9 50 ' ' 4'w"H"W"N'i11 ll THE GREYHOUND STAFF 's - s SEATED Mlss Gunhus P Tagland L Hasselton K Megorden L Tangen SECOND ROW R Rexerson D Thomas M Halliday L Leervxg Wynne M Tollefson I Anglesburg M Sm-yem C Monson THIRD ROW C Roux R Mllne W Rambol The Greyhound xs publlshed s1x tnmes a year by the students of Fosston Hlgh School and IS a member of the Northern Interscholastlc Press Assocxatxon It reviews the various act1v1t1es of the school such as sports muslc grade news, and the humorous sldellghts m school Editor ln Chxef Loxs Hasselton Asslstant Manager Patty Taglancl Staff Assistants Lucxlle Tangen Lols Leervlg Ross Mxlne Don Thomas Clmton Roux Wayne Rambol Molly Halliday Carol Monson Rae Arlyce Relerson Sports Editors Fasluon Editors Cxrculatmg Manager Mary Tollefson Feature Wrlter Iris Anglesburg Faculty Advxsor Mlss Gunhus Staff Reporters Mavls Melbo Sue Lundhagen Helen uxclc Lois Balstacl Betty Lou Relerson Beverly Omdahl Marllyn Hanson Arnelda Krohg Mary Smjem Beverly Bolme Gladys Bergluncl Maureen Lellcness Ruth Macho anne Wynne Shnrley Fjerstad Colly Emerson Donna Carlstrom Donna Axevold Helen Ol son Julie Ann Fxshbeck , 1 3 . .V , 9 0 ' ' .fl I F 4 . Pl ' A ' 5 X .4 ' ,f A.. r ' it xi . - . , ,,. . ,,, V 4 I ' at 7 XANA -, 'J u at . : ' I . , . , . . ,A . . 7 , . , . . . 8 Managing Editor' Megorden ' H ,v.... ' ' ., ......,,. . .,....... ,... , ' Q ' , ' ' , ' , , ., . , ! it 9 , ,,.,....,...,..... . .... , , , s s ' I 4 t,l,1.l.,1nlrnw-,.s..l..,,. N X H :rn ,, , ,, M. I , .um I9 50 ,- ,, , - ,wx ,tw gm,UlX.gmlm11nmunmnnm,nnmmulmllslillll THE STUDENT COUNCIL SEATED Mr Aas R Rexerson L Hasselton C Emerson R Espeseth B Omdahl G Welte M Hallxday STANDING F Affeldt D Carlstrom R Rexerson A Erxclcson R Roysland A Krmgle J Skatvold A Nxenaber G Berglund The Student Council IS composed of representatxves from each class and orgamzatxon Thxs year they planned the Homecommg actnvmes and hobo day They asslgned concessxons to the var: ous organxzatnons for the season s basketball games and for the tournaments A noon hour plan was adopted thxs year whereby rural students were assxgned to study hall supervnsed by student momtors The offxcers are Presxdent Royal Espeseth Treasurer Colly Emerson Vlce Presldent Lozs Hasselton Dxstrlct Vxce Pres Allen Emclcson Secretary Beverly Omdahl Advlsor Mr Aas HIGH SCHOOL GOVERNMENT l f3"'1 1 ' ,L Qu M 'M V ' 1 ' 11 "1 1"V.Hh 5 0 .vw 1 " , w,. 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PS6 me 2323 J FIRST ROW .I BOlSj0ll9 A Nlenaber H Evanson R Kxttelson G Olson W Nlenaber Mr Korsman SECOND ROW L Olson A Hexde V Sandry DTorgr1mson D Ottness S Ottness R Hove R Rue W Osmonson LAST ROW H Olson B Schamberger R Carlstrom R Larson E Anderson E Sjol D Danxelson B Bingham Amberson N Norsby F Harthun The Fosston Chapter of the Future Farmers of America lS a member of the state and natnonal F F A assocxatxons The enrollment was as large as prevlous years, and the meetmgs have been Presldent Harvey Evanson Treasurer Art Nxenalaer Vlce President Walter Nlenaber Sentmel xmmy BOlSJ0l1C Secretary Ray Klttelson Reporter George Olson Advisor Mr Korsman DAIRY JUDGING TEAM The danry Judgmg team judged at the contest sponsored a h Croolcston Wmter Shows and at the North East Experxmental Srauon 4 A Grand Rapnds Minnesota GRAIN JUDGING TEAM The gram judging team partlcl pared m the gram judging contest held at Croolcston tn April 14 20 V Sandry F Harthun D Torg W Nxenaber H Evanson N Norsby rxmson A Hexde ' l ' F i R A I xr' -v - Q , , .f-,Air - ' :ls 1 . U K g . . 1 , , ' l 5 if .' I . I 1 4 ', 1 ' 4, ' t. swf 77 , .4 , f , X 1 Q .0 ,z 1 I 1 Lx 2 - ' ' ' , . 'I , - , -h ' , . , - ' , - : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , ' I - s ' r - r - 1 ' 1 - I 1 - U 1 - , J- 1 - , - . . . A held regularly throughout the year. ' V t t e - ' 3 f V ' ' at L L, :L I W 47.5 VJ' , . . . . 4' I' Q1 . . . . - A MJ' . A D . . 4 , . V , . ' . A , , , . , . ' .9 5 0 ,rmmnlln 1. m,w,mwl+vlll H ll 4 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW C Nelson A Hasselton M Balstad P Duncan L uve M Lomen A Hagen SECOND ROW B Larson P LaVo1 Cv Vxkan D Haugstul G Muller S Norslny M Flaslcerucl S Breklce F Affeldt L Lolancl K Duvlclc THIRD ROW J Aakhus J Krlngle Danxelson B ohnson Clementson C Monson LaVo1 D Bl'l5k8 M Frethem H uxclc Mrs MySZOWSkl The forty members ofthe F H A hold thfxr meetmg two tlmes a month One meeting 15 for the purpose of work and the other IS a social meetmg Some of the projects the club has worked on during the year are buying sheets for the mfxrmary sellmg candy at noon ln the school bullclxng servmg banquets and sendlng delegates to the state conxentxon Presxclent Vxce Pre-sdxent Secretary Treasurer Song Leader Hxsrorxan Reporter Adusor Chapter Mother Beverly Omdihl Irxs Anglesburg Carol Vlonson Ruth Nord onn1 Carlstrom Jeanne Duvlclfc Gladys Berglund 'Vlrs 'Nlvslkowskx Nlrs Omdahl 'I I ,' IQ-I ,5. A ,J ,JV , . ,J. A, . FOURTHYROW: D. calflsfiom. J. 'Dunk B. Haugen, Br omdahl. L, omaam, 1, Anglesburg, G. Berglund - . D . 1 A , 19 so I I GIRL'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SECOND ROW L Balstad A Underberg B Rexerson G Paulson A Klldihl M Colson Mrs Kexrh THIRD ROW V Dunrud M Abele M ohnson M Sxnjem P Tagland We hold our meetlngs every Tuesday after school Our mam actlvlty IS volley ball There are exghteen members The offxcers are as follows Presxdent Rae Arlyce Relerson Geyhouncl Reporter Verna Dunru:I Vxce Presldent Helen ulclc Sports Manager Betty Lou Relerson Secretary Delores Blanchard Patty Tagland Treasurer Georgian Paulson Advlsor Mrs Kelth Best Wzshes to the Class of 50 DAI'IL'S BAKERY Our Town Bread Phone 159 T 'Q99 A e -,., 4 x .W I - . ' , KA SEATED: D. Blanchard, H. Nienaber, R. Reierson, LaVoi, D. Axevold,AH, Quick E : I. ' , Y , I , . J, . , . I , . I I I l I 4 ' Y PHOTOGRAPHXC, XNTERLUDE SOME ftx to see ofhers , .-, THEY neo IT upffl Q, I 1 .l Afvo WEPE All youfzs nv 'Q ' f xii.. 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'9 iam '.1'n,'13iwima3 LIBRARY CLUB FIRST ROW I-I S0119 C Emerson E Axevold C ohnson N Klasse SECOND ROW M Tollefson IVI Larson M Malbo M Peterson R Nord E Haugen B Bolme THIRD ROW E Leerhoff V Anderson Duv1cIc M Peterson G Berglund I Angles burg There are Z0 members 1n the Llbrary Club It s purpose 15 to help promote mterest 111 the L1 brary and help w1th the dutles Projects durmg the year have been buymg a Scrapbook and sellmg candy and pennants basketball games Letters and pms are awarded to those who have a suff1c1ent number of pomt whxch IS 1000 for a letter and 2000 for a p1n Last year there were I3 members who earned then' letters Pres1dent ITIS Anglesburg Stud Counc1l Representatlve Gladys Bergluncl VICC Pres1dent Mary Tollefson Recorder Colly Emerson Secretary Treasurer Ruth Nord Advlsor I-I1l1a L1ndroos COMPLIMENTS OF SAMUEL'S STUDIO "A portrait, not a picture" WAYNE HOTEL BUILDING CROOKSTON, MINNESOTA MH H I llllll Illlllllllllllllll ll - -1-1' -f SHOP CLUB FIRST ROW T Klllxan J Bjornerud R Hove R Tangen J Hxgdem F Aosmonson D Affeldt R Notvedt SECOND ROW K Bjerlcan I Sterry R Roue O Aanenson J Nelson D Smjem W Haugen D Beaumont The Shop Club ns an organxzatlon under the dlrectxon of Mr Beaumont Ir has talcen on many projects and sold candy at the games They have secured a new band saw wxth the funds they have earned They hold weekly rneetmgs to worl on mdxvxdual projects Allen Krmgle IS their Student Councll representatxve CONGRATULATIONS FROM FOSSTON CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION EGG 86 POULTRY DEPARTMENT CREAMERY DEPARTMENT PHONE 112 H Mm r-r' ,, :fa " 1 'Wlllllwfllflfllilllw 1 'mum I9 50 ww r1.1 ,A ' wer 'N w,x'ws flmsw.p1:,.1z11:l mu, 5 In Y "TTT I I , I - 4 l I I n A l - , 0 1 X ' - ' 16 .. 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' . 2 dc- 'P PEP BAND FIRST ROW I Jorgenson P Tagland A Krohg L Hasselton R Nord B Haugen SECOND ROW B Omdahl B johnson K Megorden M Sxngem D Lavox C Monson D Axelvolcl THIRD ROW M Larson I Tangcn D C11-lstrom M Hanson M Granum M Paulson L Cl1f1SIlHhSOn H ulclc FOURTH ROW G Carlln .I Clementson G Hanson B Anderson L Omdahl G Hxgdem R Espeseth I-Iaugstul G Brom C Taflm FIFTH ROW K Hagen M Torrxe G Norman R Sorenson The pepband IS composed of select members from the fxrst band It IS an lntegral part of the cheermg section and contrnbutes greatly to the Splflt of the games The pep band has performed at all the hom basketball games and all pep assemblxes and IS the offxcnal band for the sub dlstrxct tournament COMPLIMENTS OF FOSSTON CO OP ELEVATOR MARK'S DRUG STORE Phone l3"C2 ON THE CORNER HENRY SKATVOLD Manager PHONE Ill ORCHESTRA FIRST ROW L Nystrom, L Vulcan, B Johnson, G Vtkan, D Kroenxng, -I Agnes SECOND ROW E Axelvolcl, M Larson, G Hanson, J Clementson, G Brom, S Rexchenbach, -I Damelson, P Borud, E Ose, B Abelgaard THIRD ROW D Affeldt, G Norman, Jack Harrxs The string orchestra was begun during the school year 1948 49 by James Lacie Thls year IS the first txme that brass, woodwlnds, and percusslon have been added to make a falrly complete en seml:-le The orchestra made nts flrst publlc appearance at the Christmas concert It IS planned that the orchestra will enter the muslc contest next ye ar GOOD LUCK SENIORS Congratulations THE THIRTEEN TOWNS GULLY C3-r5rgERATIVES Your Home Town Newspaper Gully, Minnesota Pranlclm Vllcan Publxshfr A' ffl ...,. . 121. 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BJORNERUD 'ily- W X X W W N , , , ' , '11, I9 50 , , ,N , W ., ,rw w ,ss-,1..r:1 '.nw. , wfaavlmmrl ummm uf Q SENIOR HIGH CHORUS SEATED R Relerson A Krohg H Quxclc D Axevold L Leervxg C Monson M Hanson I Wynne I orgenson SECOND ROW Mxss Hole S Fjerstad M Granum B Omdahl G Berglund L Chrxsuanson M Hallxday Fnshbeclc H Solle L Bjerken F Krxngle R Nord Klmlce THIRD ROW P Tagland M Paulson M Larson M Lexlcness A Vraa L Tangen E Dahl I Anglesburg B Anderson A LaVox L Balsrad B Rexerson L Fjerstad S esness FOURTH ROW R Jeslta M Matson C Lundberg J Boxsjolxe R Sorenson R Espeseth R Hlgdem R Hove LAST ROW D Aos R Larson G Solberg R Roysland J Slcatvold R Mlller P Abledgaard D Brinkman D Busse C Taflxn R Adams R LaVo1 F Knudson R Milne W Engebretson A membership of sxxty eight comprises the Senior Chorus Most of the smglng done by this group IS acapella worlc Llterature varies from semi popular muslc to music of the masters Hlgh llghts of the year s work are the Christmas Choral Concert the Sprmg Concert, and partlclpatlon ln the fCSfIV3lS and concerts sponsored by the Nlmnesota Publxc School Muslc League of whlch the choxr IS a member Business matters and cholr decor are handled by a Cholr Councll of eleven members The merlt pomt system 1s followed for earning letters and pms Out of the choir rise several smaller ensembles and a staff of soloists The alms of the organlzatxon are to develop mu slcxans with artlstlc ablllty, to create a genuxne love for good muslc, and provlde a means of real enjoyment for performers and listeners alxlce J : . 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' , . , - ' , . 1 n V , 1 , , ., . y . , 1 . . , . . . ... . , ' .ml Cl I .. ...,-- l- ' ' '- ' " I9 ' ll ' V " 1' ..,1324l ,.n,"l.,,,.1,.,1l','f l I CPP V 1154" JUNIOR HIFH CHORUS SEATED A Huso D Fjerstacl I Sather C Nelson B uxres L uve I Rexten P LaVo1 G Vxlcan P Brlslce SECOND ROW I Lomen J Underberg S Thompson G Mxller D Haugstul R Hanson M Balstacl P Borucl K Duvlclc L Nystrom D LaVo1 R DeMarre R Iverson S Norsby THIRD ROW Miss Hole S Breltke F Affeldt G Carlm G Norman L Engebretson O Solsten M Torre R Rmgsteacl V Hasselton G Hanson Clementson M Nyland B ohnson A Kjella FOURTH ROW B Bergh B Howes E Tangen C Kroken G Klasse Rude Bjerken O uve D Kroenmg D Torblaa Krmgle D Brlske M Aspen V Rutkowslu Danielson A Huso BACK ROW G Brom E Lomness D Renerson Amberson D Sheggrud S Lucken E Abeldgaard Whaley B Haugen M LaVox J Kroemng S Borucl R Kvare W Polley Not p1ctured D Affeldt W Haugen K Bjerlcen M Roux Nelson The personnel of the umor Hlgh Chorus IS chosen by tryout from members of the seventh eighth and ninth grades Good ensemble smgmg and the continuance of the development of mu slcal reading abxlxty are alms of thus organ zatlon The umor Chorus participated wxth the Senlor Chorus m the Christmas Concert Varlous small ensembles are experimented wxth w1th1n this or gannzatnon as voxces mature durmg the year The officers are President Joyce Krxngle Llbrarnan Rnchard Kvare Vlce presxdent Dorothy Torblaa Secretary treas Frances Affeldt Recorder Dorothy Haugstul Busmess Manager Rxchard Relerson I X s Tix! . x. .1 , 1 J .: ' 7 ' . 3' Y ' Y 'Sq' Q '-I Y ' I 7 ' .7 ' - 9 - ' ., - , l , -l l ,J-' . l, l- yy 'IJ , -, - l . l 1- ,V .,- ...l- , - ,- ,. ,J- . , . -- D- . . . . .. . -- . . . 1 - J . . .. . ,,. ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,-,,,,.,,,,,, ,, ,, ., . 1 , H 'I -,1 ww nm., H1 s1,:,4mw.M !Hw.:,w'u-1: 1- Hy 414 I M Mlm yu MIMHIHM P Ill! 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MADRIGAL SINGERS FIRST ROW R Nord M Halllday L Leervxg I orgenson J Wynne SECOND ROW R Hxgdem M Smgem K Megorden P Taglancl M Larson I Anglesburg R Hove THIRD ROW -I Skatvold C Taflm R Lavoxe R Mxlne M Matson W Engebretson R Hole Music from the seventeenth and exghteenth centurxes composes the maternal for study for this group At the Sprmg Choral Concert the ensemble presented a sklt on madrlgal smgmg wearmg costumes of the pernocl Rhythm patterns and counterpomt melodxes make thls type of smgmg a varxed mterestmg art and demand the best In mclependent reading and executlon X-I f COUNTRY FOUR W Engebretson R Mxlne M Matson R Lavon The Country Four so called because all 1ts members are from outlymg clxstrlcts made xt fxrst appearance of the year at the November Band Concert Since then, the quartet has been kept busy supplying musxc for clubs churches orgamzatxon meetings and school functxons Thexr rep e toxre conslsts of a variety of selections from barber shop harmony to seml classlcal work All the boys are members of the senlor shorus x ' ' K I 1 1 " . 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' 1: Ilxl: 3 , P I9 50 TEAM RECORD The Fosston Greyhounds started out with a bang hy winning their first two conference games, the first with Roseau and the second with the Bagiey FTyers. The first game was hitterfy fought, with Fosston coming through with a 6 to G score. The game with Bagley was a Kittie more one-sided, with the Greyhounds winning X9 to 6. e third game foun t e Grey oun s iourneying t Warren ight game un er h ts is game we ost hy a score o 44 n t e next ame osston p a e the rookston Aggie e Aggies puhed this one out in t e 351 quarter by winning X6 to e fifth game we were again on t e Tosin si e iaying Croo ton athedraT Crookston won y a score of 3 to 0 Tn t e a ame o e season e met Re La e aTs in our om oming game The Gryehounds fought very hard hut Tost t e gam 0 h The Conference standings were as fohows RED LAKE FALLS ARRE FOSSTQN ROSEAU BAGLEY T fi., 'lv' .afar N Ah. ,--- s. 49,5 Th d h h d o for a n' d 'gh .Th i f E? U. T h g F Ty d C ' 5. M . . . h X , . 0. Th ' ' h ' g 'd , p ' k- s C . h 3 . h i st g f th w d k F T ' YT ec ' . , e 7. to 6. W L T 4 0 W N . 'L T 1 , . 7. 'L T -5 0 3 T " JT' J 3 if -1- V' 1 H W 3 .Mr -' D I v A . ,h , - , . it tw "' ' ,Tv 1 'I ' 8 V J 4 T. ' -. . , ff if . W: 'i Ie u 1 - M' , ' ' " -5-A 54,1 Q . " . ' " , , ,.., M I9 50 1 , .,:a w.,.,, ,1,,w::,.,:'u1:er1 FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM STANDING W Rambol R Royslemd A Erickson F Knudson R Lubken KNEELING D Thomas Skatvold R Kvare A Nxen aber G Welre R Klttelson A Krxngle Uma K K ALL CONFERENCE The two All Confer ence selectlons from this year s squad were Bob Bob played quarterback and was Roysland an d "A 1- t Art played center on fl"llS years the outstandmg passer on the team squad Hxs best work came on de He played the left s1de of the lme xn Nlenaber ferxse where he dxd a bang up job of 1 half back posmon on defense also backing the lme I , F Y . ' 2 . - g .K I 'V A : . H, . . , . ' ,I . , . E . I 1 - , J- , - , - , . , . , . - 3 , 3 vp :if 1 ' f ,.f - L' . ' I' A' , 2 I 3 SS Y! an xv ,, cc n A 1 . - , . t . 0 HI ll IIIIIIIIIHHIIIIIIHI FOOTBALL FRONT ROW W Rambol D Thomas R Balclcen D Danxlson W Nemaber G Welte R Espeseth R Lubken B Brnslce R Relerson A Danllson A Nelnaber BACK ROW K Nystrom G Carlm Mr Bolmsaclc R Schamberger G Olson A Krlngle R Roysland R Klttleson F Knuclson A Erxclcson R Kvare L Swanson R Mnller D Ophus J Skatvold Mr Rulhfson Co Captalns Tlus year s team was led by Allen EFICRSOH and Forrest Knudson They were outstanding captams Allen Erxclcson played right halfbaclc on offense He was a hard block er and excellent pass re celver Fort-le Knudson played left halfbaclc and was a topnotch runner untll he was mjured He was out for the rest of the season "AL" ERICKSON FORRIE KNUDSON - COMPLIMENTS of - LELAND AFFELDT ,A with best wishes J. E. GLOVER IMPLEMENT co. Mfcofmideoeerang Farm Equipment FARMERS STATE BANK . Make our Bank-Your Bank GEORGES SERVICE Pm on Products Phone uocs 1 5505 911-f"" 3305 BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATES HALVERSON IMPLEMENT CO Case Farm Machmery SORENSON IMPLEMENT Allxs Chalmers Ollver ROSEBUD SERVICE STATION E Hasselton, Mgr Phone 100 ART BERGE Lnvestock Trucking Phone 171CI Rui P-506 Al Hook Shot Erickson P5 S CPS '00 O a C a X gli 0 WO! doo 2 oo 5 P- , Q9 9 Forrie Feeder Knudson great shot a real A fine defensive player scrapper and a terrific re an unselfish team man an bound man L a continuous talker -Nl Wayne "No Arch" Rambol Ray "Jump Shot" Kirtelson Kenny "Coffin Corner" Larson "Potentially one of the greatest "Dependable- easy going- "An outstanding ball stealer-- baskerball players ever to attend and a wonderful ball player", A terrific "hesitation" sho:-and Fosston High". champion "gum chewer" of Foss- IOI1. ll Ill' WV' ' ' ' ' T 1' 1, 2' ,' 'IH,fl'wl'lHHll'V!'l'1' 3 1 3 ' ""lf"' "ll"3'l"-1" 'Y' ww- 1- ' 'll H ' '1l'?'l,.":V ,limi!11,uHvlll,.1IllHnlI1lHIlIlHNHHIIHHI H11 ,nw A TEAM KNEELING F Knuclson A Nxenolber R Royslancl A Krxngle K Lirson H Haugen BACK ROW K Nystrom A Erickson W Rimbol R Kxrtelson Skatvolcl R Muller G Olson Mr Rulnffson Fosston Fossron Fosston Fosston Fosston Fosston Fosston Fosston Fosston Fosston Crookston A C Ferrule Gonvxck Crooksron Central Mclncosh Anoka Blaclccluck Clearbrook Bagley Crookston A C Games won Total pomts Fosston Average per Fosston RECORD 1011 game 50 Fosston Fosston Fosston Fossron Fosston Fosston Fosston Fosston Fosston Fosston Games ost Opponents Mentor Gonvxclc Ada Oklee Erslclne Halsrad Clearbrook Mclntosh Ferule Bagley Opponents 4 5 B TEAM SEATED R Kvare R Hove G Carlm R Mrller G Welte D Rexerson B Lublcen BACK ROW F Chase W Nlenaber C Taflm D Brmkman R Carlstrom R Hxgdem Bohnsack Fosston Fosston Fosston Fosston F osston F osston Fosston F osston F sston RECORD Crookston A C Fertlle GOHVlCk Crookston Central McIntosh Clearbrook Bagley Crookston A C Mentor Games won Total pomts Fosston 465 Average per game Fosszon 27 Fosston Fosston F osston Fosston Gonvxck Ada Olclee Clearbrook Fosston Fosston F F A Fosston McIntosh Fosston Fertile Fosston Bagley Games lost Cpponents 387 Opponents 23 R Bakken Mr l l H lllflll, 'I .,,, 1111" ..1l1l?1ifl' ,. . 'lllllfl-H. , ,- . N- .'1w'1I-lllll Vrlrm-Hill .?'l4"7:':.H'1'.f. Q ' 'L 1 " 'NIH HHH!! sr: " 'l'IH'11,'.illHlill!lJ'lllllllilll.illIIlIiIlllllIIIllIIllIlIUlIllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllillIll ' wqof- ... Q, ' I E VAT' " 'K f1i """ V A ::t ' J, N, ,v C TEAM FRONT ROW A Chase D Carlm D Vxlcan F Haltll R Notuett D ohnson SECOND ROW Ottness O Solstexn G Brom L Engerbretson Rude N Wogsland G Norman R ohnson LAST ROW M Torxe A Olson K Nystrom W Haugen C Lmdberg O uve F Chase Amberson Ottness D Sheggrud Polly Mr Agee RECORD Fosston C Squad coached by Mr Agee had a very successful gf They lost two of there recent games to MacIntosh and Erskine by l pomt At the tournament they wlll be out to wm They have won 8 games out of 12 They thank the B Team Cheerleaders for cheermg them on CONGRATULATIONS FROM STYLE RITE SHOP Tma Larson Phone 197C3 WALSTROMS Better Clothes for Men Phone 99 L H AOS HARDWARE CO Gully Mmnesota Phone 36 CARLIN FURNITURE STORE G E Applxances Funeral Home l l ' . 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JUNIOR SENIOR PROM AND BANQUET 1949 The banquet was held at the Klngo Church prevxous to the prom The theme that was carried out ln the decoratxng was Treasure Island Mlnlature treasure chests and waxed bottles wxth candles m them were on each table Large chests wxth brightly colored scarves and jewels ln them were placed on the floor The orchestra played m an alcove trimmed nn red and black as was the rest of the gym 4 .4 .sX2f"f 'XO I9 so 12? 032' On Hobo Day the stud ents and faculty put on the glamour Bob Brlslce and erona Agnes won the p r 1 z e awarded by the kangeroo court for the best dressed hobo M kr HOBO DAY Horberg was sentenced by the lcangeroo court to pro pose to Eleanor Dahl nentller of whom were approprxately dressed for the occasnon THE GREAT LOVER HOBOE'I'I'ES Q1 X L if , n 4 ,,,. fb 'F X 0 ? , K I, W. x K 66 av - - J U ' E ss ar - as av . r. . l E as I if 4 3 Q . X .Q , 1 1, , W. 1 ., i, ,Q , 1 1 Mm: I9 50 it ,Q H if ww. 4. 'N ,w .. 1: ,,:wm:.w.1l.m1nvl:mmsmmmllnmllxll111 r 1 HOMECOMING 'E I I I ' I I. ' ,V .nf 'f ,F , . ,, I i H ' , 4- Homecoming started with the V traditional Hobo Day. Thursday night, Red Lalce Falls met its fate at the bonfire, 4 which followed the Snalce Dance. Friday's parade put in the glam- our on Homecoming, and the Senior Floaf senior float won first prize. At the Homecoming Dance 1 Molly Halliday was crowned queen Junior Float BEST OF LUCK TO THE SENIORS COAST TO COAST STORES Mr BL Mrs Bill Vogus Phone 47 GREEN LANTERN CAFE Grace and Lester Hendrickson Proprietors RED OWL STORE We Deliver Phone 103 PEDERSON S FURNITURE STORE Furnishings and Undertaking I L L ' 'I 1 'I . A l bp, Fw The nlght before the play nh e cllrector Mxss Pettxt was ready to end xt 3 FIRST ROW G Solberg J Skatvold W Rambol W Engebretson SECOND ROW M Smjem L Chrxstxanson D Carlstrom I orgenson J Wynne L Leervlg LAST ROW H Quxclc H Olson M Hanson R Hlgdem B Omdahl Mxss Pettit JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Come Ram or Shme was presented by the umors of Fosston Hlgh School on November 18 The play was under the Cllrectlon of Miss Patricia Pettlt Wlfl Mlss Lmdroos and Mr Horberg as assxstants Ir had a n1ce turnout and every thing went off fxne We gave an afternoon performance for the hlgh school oanne Wynne ur sues her romantlc 1 ol Wayne Rambol Roger Hlgdem kisses hls chllclhood sweetheart L nore Chrxstlanson H .9 'J' ,1,,,, l','V1h,ll lllll N ml. .. L 5' s I 4, 5 0 .ly 'QI U e .xg ' I x K ' I - . X ft . 0 A X A ' I 2 . " , . " , - Y -J , - , . ' . .1 L y , J .P - - ' d ., ' 0 ' 1 A , A . eu 11. f 5. ' Viv DISTRICT STUDENT COUNCIL MEET Fosston had the honor of playmg host to the Northern DIVISION of Student Counclls on November Z9 Entertamment programs reglstratlon and the noon luncheon were arranged by members of the local Student Councxl A regular busmess session was held and after much heated debate a new COIISIIIUIIOII was adopted if GOOD LUCK SENIORS FRANCIN S Ladxes Ready to XVear Varxety Goods JOHNSON CLOTHING COMPANY F J johnson Prop Phone 136 CLIFFORD S LARSON Jeweler Fme Dnamoncls and Watches SATRANS SPORTING GOODS Gunsmxthmg Johnson Outboard Motors I In In at -no 504 a .7 I j ii 'I ,, ,A 2 1 I I . . - f- . , , fr I Af fo t , x 1 .',.. 3 ' l 1 1 , , 4: s .vt lx .gf ,, I A X ff . .. ,f ' 5 7 V , 1 N 1 A - t 'pw' M . Q X' , . . . .I I I ' 6' N A , . . . . , .. . . , . . . . . , . , 'N rt! CHRISTMAS CONCERT The Chrxstmas Choral Concert was held mstead of the regular meetmg of the Parent Teacher ASSOCIRIIOH on December 22nd Amrdst a settlng of lovely Chrxstmas trees and llghted cathedral wmdows, the chorr presented a program of tradltxonal carols and Chrlstmas anthems An angel pantomme opened the concert Special effects of antlphonal smgxng, mcxdental solos and ensembles, and mstrumental mterludes added varxety and mterest to the program The -Iumor Chorus assxsted 1n the frnal sectxon of the program by formmg llvlng Chnstmas trees wlth huge lxghted colored candles and by smgmg a double cholr number wxth the Senior Choxr The concert closed wlth the tradmonal carol szng - o N n llllllllllmmm'llN W""'l 'l"'43" M" 'l"""'l"l" 7 V ' 'l 'M""""'f"""'H'V'l" .9 50 'wwf '11 ,, ' n ':,wsf.z11uavmznulumumwr::1r1v1::.,:e:mmufrfgg.,::..mnJl1r4lm:r4.11Uvunllunllilmlml . . . M Q7 v '. 3 if f , J ' M' 'X ,J , if Q I . . . , ,,. 1 71 ,, A , T, A ,T IIIHHITIHIIIIIKIIIIKIHITTH M T, 1' T T H 'W Nxxx MMI I9 0 50 wnmmm xx .11 , w '1,:, :J 1: 5?- 4 AND THE amo v ouR QUEEN PLAYED ON' IT WAS A GREAT FIGHT MAI 1 W 1 in 4 rwAs me Naam Barone cHRusTMAs CVACATION THATISJ I IT WAS A GREAT YEAR Qn the mornlng of Sept 6 to our dellght for us nme months of school ln Slght Oct 13 was a funnv clay for you see xt was hobo 3Y Oct 14 was a great day oo r e celebrated Homecommg and the Foot Ball game too Nov 4 was a noxsy day the band held thenr concert that day Nov 18 The unxors held the1r class play Dec 23 was a great day too Chnstmas Vacatxon two weeks too' an 5 Basket Ball game Anoka played us here Feb 11 the most excltxng game of the year Halstad played Fosston here March 10 11 Dxstrxct Bas ketball games to be played here April '79 BAUSIC ln the alr Dxstrxct MUSIC Contest Fosston May 76 Lots of hard work and a lot of fun too- unxor Senior Prom une 3 Graduatxon lb mg Xvhadda Ya Know I Passed ' w ff 1' I A " I 'N I9 so WINTER BROUGHT SNOW AND BASKETBALL 4 AND SPRING BROUGHT BASEBALL AND THE PROM I in ' I , T , fo y gl ' f r x b T T 1 e 3 - J G S , -Qljglili - ' ' - A ' Q e', '. .. . ' 5 . 4 h . 7 X i , 1 X J ' - ' - J - ' " here at last. everyones say- , v v V- . I ' I ' U ft! fl L full ' XX. 1 ' 1 4. x . . t l bf , A - l T ,V I- f '+U, A l ,W L41 QQ - s "i' . ' ' ' l 1- A ' A T ' 1 ' - ' l I Ill . f 'F - - I xfll L .l-' ' I ' M" if ', ,. I I ,If V Y 1 11" tak L!-NST WIIL4 AND TESTAMENT .4-f-A" ALLEN ERICKSON AND PATTY TAGLAND will their ability for romance to Kathryn Solsten an Glen Solberg ERLING ANDERSON wills his good loolcs to Curtiss Anderson MAVIS AND MARION DUNRUD will their ability to get along with the opposite sex to Irene and Grace Peterson FLEANOR BAKEN wills the quietness to Alice K11 dah LOIS HASSELTON wills the nice smile to Donna Carlstrom HARVEY EVENSON wills his winlcin eyes to Ar lene Vraa RONALD JESKA mills his pool shooting ability to Orland Haugen JOYCE KLEIN wills her temper to Lorraine Olson ROYAL ESPESETH wills his driving ability to James Haugstul MOLLY HALLIDAY wills her cheerleading ability to Goldie Lund RALPH HAUGEN wills his mechanical ability to Rodney Larson CAROL JOHNSON wills her ability to pass notes in class to Opal Lund NORMA KLASSE wills her hysterical laugh to Ivadell orgenson RUBY BRENNA wills her flirtatious eye to Lois Leervig DICK AOS wills his physique to George Welte ACK DAHL wills his carpentry to Rlchard Sorenson VIVIAN ANDERSON wills her Business Law Book to Wayne Rambol DONALD BUSSE wills his curley hair to Merle Sandry ALLEN CARLSON wills his ability in missing classes to Robert Adams BILL DULMAGE wills his job at Hartz Store to Clinton Roux BERNARD BRISKE wills his pipe and Prince Albert to Elmer Halvorson IRIS ANGLESBERG wills her library club know how to Helen uiclx ARDEN DANIELSON mills his smile to Ervin Tverberg GLADYS BERGLUND wills her dimples to Lorraine Nyhus COLLY EMERSON wills her lnterest in social class to Audrey Hanson VERNON HALVORSON mills his singing ability to Russell Klasse EVA JANF LFERHOFF mills her leer to Donna Rystad -IEANNE DUVICK mills her timid poise to Arlene Sleeth ESTHER HAUGEN vsills her freckles to Bexerly Omdahl GENE HIGDIM I will my bool: collection to Harold Haugen RAYMOND KITTELSON wills his tip in ability o jerry Skatvolcl IQ 50 . - 1 Q . J V. 4 A d WY,fyLf'c'iii?L A- . l. SHIRLEY FJERSTAD wills her pretty blond hair to Lois Lundhagen. ' - sa vs Q - - FORREST KNUDSGN wxlls hxs power to resxst 9 MAUREEN LEIKNESS wllls her CV1l eye to Vera Handyslde RUTH MACHO vulls her fun 1n a new Chrysler to Marlys Peterson ,45309 RONALD MILLER wills hls Electxon Bram to Louns Anderson MARY LARSEN wllls her soft voxce to Marlyn Hansen KATHRYN MEGORDEN wllls her good volce Helen Solle RUDOLPH LARSEN wills hxs Red Nose to Erne t Sjo ROBERT ROULAND Jvxlls hls mterest ln Gully t Ralph Engen FLORENCE TANGEN wllls her fame and fortune to Mable Larsen DONALD THOMAS wills his Ford adventures to Dav1d Anderson JAMES VIG wllls hns hxred man to Elame Axelvold LUCILLE TANGEN wills her danclng alJ1l1ty to Mary Slnjem MARY TOLLEFSON wills her serlous eye to Lorraine Myhre ROBERT LUBKIN wills his love tor couch to Roger Hlgdem OANNE LANGE wllls her boy friends to ounne Wynne FAYE KRINGLE wills her flgure to Helen Olson MARY ANN LARSEN wllls her waltress alolllty to une La V01 SUSAN LUNDHAGEN wills her long hair to Elsie Kjella MAVIS MELBO wills her nxght tlme technlque to Lenore Chrlstlanson ARNELDA KROHG s ills her shorthand abllxty to Carol Monson MARIAN PETERSON wills her hexght to Janice Klmkl DONALD ROTNESS wxlls hrs quletness to Ervlng Balclcen RUTH NORD W1llS her 18 ln waxstlme to Delores Larsen LEO QUICKBERG vulls hls "Old Goldsn to James Oohus ROBERT ROYSLAND wxlls hrs nshootlng eyel' to Kenneth Larsen LE ROY SWANSON wills hls stride to Glorla Bergland ARTHUR NIENABER mulls his football ablllty to Marlowe Matson HOWARD OLSON wills his Ullllilng machine to Orvllle Peterson ROSS MILNE wllls hls good marks to Rlchard La V01 ROBERT RUTKOWSKI wxlls hls charm to Norraxne Norsby GERALDINE SQUIRES wills her "secret passxonsl' to Lxlllan Klme DUANE OPHUS wnlls his truclc to Gerald johnson A rr-.fw- n!u"'4:,- ANU1 A249 Ml' I9 so ' girls to Wayne Engebretson. 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PROVERB Ht who sxtteth on '- ""'- -1 - t , T nl. 1,1 wl,1,',, t,, tv.. .mul1t..,1lwIlllllllllllllllllllllll NIH FOSSTO AN P E ruse agam EDITOR ARDEN DANIELSON ISSUE No 2 FRIDAY ,IUNE 3 1960 STORES CLOSE TODAY BLISIUCSS places wxll FCITIHID closed IOdZ1y sal Mayor Ray Klttleson m observance of Arthur Nxenaber Dav WEDDING BELLS Weddlng bells x ere rxngmg ln the chapel yesterday for Miss, Patty Tagland and Mr Allen Ermclcson In a beautiful cere mony they were umt ed m marriage by the Most Reverend Royal Espeseth Brldesmalds w e r e L o x s Haselton and Mureen Llelcness Best Knutson Rrng bearer was IVIr Marvin Moen Bridal march wa played by Mary L son Kathryn McGor don sang O Promlsel e GENERAL TO SPEAK M a J o r General Ronnx Mlller com mander of the 53rd Armored Dluslon mtll speak at the VFW lunc meon at the mory next Sunday Arthur as you all know rs 4 time All American from the U f Mmnesota and IS now playmg, wtth t h e Cleveland Browns A Huge parade wlll at Rudolph start thmgs I..3I'SOFl IS ln CI'l'lI'gC of the program tn Central Park It wlll feature a debate between Mdes Vxuan Anderson and Ins Anglesburg both of whom are runnmg for Senator IVIam speaker of the afternoon wll be D Harvey Evanson pres xdent of the Mmnesota Farm School m S Pau Coffee and dough nuts mll be serxed by lVIdes Elenor Bal-clcen Marx Tollefson Flor ence Tangen Marlan Peterson N o r m a Klasse .a n d Carol Johnson ARTIST TO EXHIBIT PAINTINGS Mr Leo ultberg famous artnst w ll make a shovung of hxs pamtlngs m the lobby of the Astoria Hotel The showing will Iv held on Saturday af ternoon WORK TO BEGIN ON HOSPITAL Dr Robert Rowland saxd todas that work utll start next meek on the new hospltal that he Dr Rowland and Dr Rutlcowskt an en- ment surgeon are to hulld They will emplo two nurses Mlss nle Dulvclc and Mlss oyce Kllen Constructxon morla vt l be done by tue Olson Constructton Company of this cxtx The firm ns owned hx Howard Olson MISS IIALIDAY MISS AMERICA WINS AT ATLANTIC CITY ATI ANTIC CITY mm Mm Mollv Halhday Miss Mxnnesota of 1960 was namel Mlss America of 1960 The stunmng beauty fI'OIT1 Iosston MIHHCSOIB WHS HSIHCCI CAFE TO BE OPENED Mary Ann Larsen and Shirley Ijerstad vull haxe open hous on Sunday at the op enmg, of thel new ca e CLUB GIVES CONCERT MISS Lucille Tang presldent of the MacDovseIl Club sad their annual summer concert vvxll be held on IVIonday night tn the Cut Audltorlum Ross Mllne will be buest soloist Exa anc Lt-crhof ns the planxst group of judges cludrng Mr o h n Da who owns cham of balcertes ac ross the continent and Mr Bernard Brnsl-ce famous dlsc jockey of station WACY A lantlc Clty N STAR TO APPEAR IN PERSON M LeRoy Swan son famous tenor wxll appear at the Opera House tn Nlr Wxllxatn Dulmage s producnon o Hamlet LEAVES FOR CONVENTION Ralph Haugen loc I Ferguson ealer left todas for Detroxt Nllchxgar to attend shomng ot tht Iwrt, uson tra tor - ' ' a : - , , I .11 . 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FOSSTONIAN PAGE 2 FRIDAY JUNE 3 1960 VOL I ISSUE 2 M C NOTES by ALLEN C The Robert Rovs land Hour wlll he held at 7 p m mstead o p the usua tune On his hroadcast on Sunday foach Bob Roysland of the Iiosston Fighters wll mrervxew hls star cent er Ronald eslca 6 foot 6 Inch cslca IS the mam cob nn the lighters tltle hopes Tune 10 oo p Gene I"I1g em and hrs Hot Notes Gene and the hoys w hroadcastlng from the lohly of the Palmer House CALL C1487 FOR INFORMATION AS TO BUS SCHEDULE BREEZY POINT uxck Servlce OPHUS BUS LINES AROUND THE TOWN Seems If Mlss Ruth Nlacho IS soon l to be the I'1rst Ladv of this town when sh Get your new Tom Set at our Counter Now Come IH and See the Demonstration by the Dunrud Twxns KRINGI E APPAREL SHOP Kaye Krmgle Mgr TYISITICS I Il 8 ITIHYOI' next month Mxss Gladys Berg land and Miss Ruby lBrown entramed fo weeks stay xn tonnght at E 5 t h 6 1' Haugen m and hearl Home Economxst wll gIVC 3 dBl'T'IOI'lSII'3.ElOI'l USED CARS f GALORE an MODELS OLD MAKES an MODELS at Lmcoln Hall at 7 30 p m next Saturday afternoon Lunch wlll be ser e Phone I6 C415 Co Owners DON THOMAS BOB LUBKEN CUSTOM HAY BALING BALED TO YOUR SIZE C8 DONALD BUSSE Phone RA 41 38 STOP AT THE 150 Rooms 8t Bath PALMER HOUSE HOTEL ,sz oo 5 oo Mgixmghf OW JAMES VIG Mgr Blue FIREPROOF Room l V CLASSIFIED ADS PHOINE 111 'VIILK Chuck full of WANTED A good vitamins ROTNESS Secrelm-,al Job H3 e DAIRY Phone 12345 4vears traxmng Call Lost and Found W Ma zs Melbo Department I OST Engage: ent Ring His mltxals S I WANTED 5 rooms to on the band Has 1 blue whnte center dla l mond Call Sue Lund hagen WANTID Ride to Flo mg Well Call or see Gerzldxne Squlr and sunset two gold Degln my nufsefy Ilke IOCHIIOH near do nto n afea C or write xss Arnea Ida Krugh hours set with 60 dla I WANTED A mdll rnond mxnutes o re ard offered " thev are gone fore er I Ruth Nord Educator GRAND OPENING Marsllall Wlells Stores L I rxces uilltv our watch ord Dclk Aos lNIgr Colly Er erson clerk Any elxgxble bachelor wnll do Has to ha e consxderalale onev I am 78 years old vexv pretty if I say so my se a 5431 write NI ss oAn e Lange Cxty ACATIO YOU WILL NEVER FORGET EXCITING WEEKS SLEEPY HOLLOW on Poplar Lake VERON HALVERSON Mgr Includes 3 DAY TOUR OF POPPLE RIVER Arranged and Conducted by ERLING ANDERSON ,IQ 50 ., - A N I I no l LL, LV, I A y E - A, - K 'I I - l , . i 1 V I 7 . - . . - f . - l ' I -I I A I at 3 , m., .I - l V ' ' . as ' ' V' l - - I- 4 . --- I n 1 V. l 1 - I D . , . .. A 3 i - , Y 'S S ' ' L I ' in. ' ' ' ' . ' V - ii, l w' w' , W J , ' ' . Av i 7 I ,all ' ' MA , , the 'cities for a few NEW MAKES LQST7 Beween dawni i 2' H i ' . . d , I .-.15 - A . . y ' . N Q if - - ' . . i d w' .ori I V ' f dA . 1 A l ' ' q V ' m X. " 77. I ,-I 'YT I I TTT VYYY Y l ' I 7 I, . . ' -l K ' , VL ' .O t . l lf. C ll or 'III he Q "mf uf Q35 I , J n T 1 A - Q 4 I l V dh , . ' II i s 3 - at TO Q ' ' . , ' , . in l sq so THE Q ITBERG ADDRESS One score and seyen years ago, our foref1thers brought forfm upon thls contment 1 new school system Concerxed 111 pumshment and dedlcated to the proposltxon that all nnnors 1re 1gnorant Now we are engaged mn a great struggle test1ng whether we or any semors wlll graduate We are met on the last great b1ttlef1eld of that struggle We wrll not dedicate 1 portion of rt to those who suffered 1 fate. worse than de1th that they mlght he educ1ted It ls unfxttxng 1nd Improper fllll we should do xt 1nd we wont enther In 1 l1rgtr sense we wont ded1c1te, we won t COl35LCI"1IL we won t h1llow thxs ground The hmm students who struggled here before us dldn t so why should we, The world wont gxve a hoot wh1t we say here but lf better not orge what we went through here It lb r1ther for us the hung to get out of the work they dld here It ls 1lso r1ther for u to he dedicated to t mt great t1slc remaxnmg before L15 txll une thrrd From those poor souls we talce mcreased horror at the worlc v-h1Cll IS pxled on here We here l xghly resolve that we wont he 1lone about xt for there s a new crop un er N r N'lgLlSbLl'l Milli. 1t u 1t1 n e e l st Hors a d for tn an r s lr 10.11 II I 5 If 0 X Ju L s GIHFO Xollrst lla PLIIIOII XUU I, V V ' I I . , , ,k W ' 4 . , K , x ' , f .t ' ' . ' t ' . s ' . l - coming up next year: that the senior class will have new freedom d- l l . Al. '. f i. l-Ath. ed c. o of th' s-niors. my the fx , n ' l - sf 10 s, shall perrh from rlns c. th. Xvl ' l e da 3' 4 e l ng, And 'Q fd lllie tv ,l41p. Cf I v ,-lf. :X l ' ' r ll 1. I+ P5 me mul. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF "SO" TAFLIN BROTHERS General Hardware Phone 84 HAUGSTUL OIL dc IMPL. CO, Texaco Gasoline MAM Implements BRATLAND'S CAFE Home Cooked Meals Phone 87 OSE'S RECREATION Good Coffee Billiards BEFORE WE SAY GOOD BYE We hope you have enjoyed reading the 1950 Tallsman as much as we enjoyed creatlng nt and publishing xt Our thanks goes to the students who so wlllxngly gave of thexr tlme and talents our photographers artists and our offset prmter And of course thls project would not have been posslble were If not for our Advertisers Please patromze them Thank you THE 1950 TALISMAN STAFF tx A 4 ti I as j AND "GOOD-BYE" TO SCHOOL 4 1 N tj X 1-,ww I9 50 tm-rj: 1' '11 ,Mtn , X 1, 1 uumunrmmmm CC 97, ! . . . . 1 -N to , . 7 7 f , Y 3 BEST OF LUCK TO THE GRADUATES L. B. HARTZ STORES Groceries, Fruxts. Vegetables Phone 86 REIRSON 56 SONS NIEAT NIARKET Fresh Mears Phone 48 ZETHREN 66 CO, P. I.. OFSDAHL Phone 49Cl HANSON HARDXVARE CO. 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