Frederic Union Free High School - Magnet Yearbook (Frederic, WI)
- Class of 1939
Page 1 of 72
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1939 volume:
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First day of School ---------
Assembly Program-Glass Blowers ----
Freshmen Initiation ---------
Football St. Croix There---
Osceola There ----
Killtown Here ----
Safety Talk -----------------
Amery Here -------
Assebbly Program Spooks -----
Football Amery Here ---------
Football Grantsburg There-
HF' Club Vaudville ----------
Bibliotek Tea ---------------
Football Party --------------
Book Week Play ------------ ---
Basketball Centuria Here--
Junior Class Play -----------
Style Show ------------------
Basketball Balsam Lake There
French Party ----------------
Basketball Killtown Here ----
Basketball Grantsburg There
Basketball Luck Here -------
Basketball St. Croix There
Basketball Webster There--
Assembly Prorram Georpe Elia
Basketball Grantsburg Here
Basketball Osceola There--
Basketball Luck There -----
G.A.A. Valintine Dance ------
Basketball Webster There--
-----WPassez ve beurre s'il vous plait.
-----Glad to be back.
-Blasts of fun!!
-----G-g-gosh, is this the way to
welcome the Fresh?
-----Opening game. Alas, no rain.
-----Victory for Frederic '
-----Well, the weather was nice.
-----Were Ua' Listening Walter?
-----Snow! No game.
-----Bad weatherg few Alumni
-----We still believe in Spooks
-----Oh, for a good excuse!!
-----Revenge is SHEET
-----We rival Vroadway.
And where was Mr. Otis?
The gridiron heroes like tea,too.
Nice work, Marita.
We did ln'tJ win.
nThe Family Upstairs'
We sew, we bake--what a cake!!!
Victory hard fought, hard won.
We lost. 'Huff said.
Unlucky Friday the '15th.
We revive--a little.
-----Another defeat, or still?
Whoops!!! We Won.
-----We appreciate being WMen With
Unlucky Friday the 'l3th.
We bare our heart to cupid's dart.
-----Last interschool BB game--Whew!
Debate Tournament Chippewau Falls--WE WIN--CSecond placel
F.F.A. Basketball Milltown ------- Our farmers are good ballplayers.
F.F.A. Basketball Tournament
Boxing Bloomer Here ------
Grade School Program --------
Boxing Webster Here --------
'Artists and Modelsn.
Brown R Brown Assembly Program -----
-------Better luck next time, boys.
Look out, Joe Louis.
-------WA Tisket, A TasketY
-------Can our boys punch, Ask Webster!
Forensics School Contest-----------Proud self-conscious winners.
Boxing Rebster There -------
Band Program ----------------
G.A.A. Annual Spring Dance-
Baseball Luck There --------
Senior Class Play- ----------
Home Ec Trip to Kenonomie---
Baseball Siren Here -------
Baseball Siren There ------
Baseball Webster Here ---- --
Baseball Luck Here ------
Senior Picnic ---------------
Class nipht -----------------
-------Sock him again, Harvey.
-------The jitterbugs sway to swing.
he sprint in a print.
No Luck at Luck.
-------NThe Youngestu-A triumph!
-------Stout plays host to Home Ee girls.
-------Off to a fine start.
------- e fanned them out.
-------Beethoven still thrills us.
Highlight: Andy's Pitchinp.
-------Frederic the NHome Run Kinrn
We dance in an undersea cavern.
-------Valdo got lost. Vere Fun!!
-------HA few smiles, a few tearsn.
-------We present: Our Till and Testament
-------Climax of four 'ears hard work.
A sober walk up an aislc of proud
parents to a niheepskinn.
With u genuine abil-
ity for creating Hood
has patiently untangled
the Knots in our athlet-
- ic system and placed it
D on the high pedestal it
rests on today.
He hue cheerfully lent 3 helping hand to the students
and has 5tTiV9H to Knit tnem into gwod sportsmen.
To him, the best of WKnitt5ngH instructors, we dedicate
this boon of yarns, the Magnet of 1939.
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General Science Agriculture I
Citizenship Home Economics
COM ERCIAL HOME MAKING AGRICULTURE ACADEM C
COURSE" COURSE COURSE COURSE
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Re uired Re uired Re uired Re uired
English II English II English II English II
Biology Jorld History Norld History Biology
Typewriting Home Ec. II Agriculture II World History
Elective Elective Elective Elective
Home Ec. III Typewriting Biology Typewrltl
Agriculture II Biology Typewritlng Agriculture
Shop I or II Shop fGirlsJ Shop Home Ec
Algebra Algebra Algebra Shop
Girls' Shop Algebra
Re uired Re uired Re uired Reguired
ET16SI1Sh III English III English III Eng. IIT
Bookkeeping Home Ec. Agriculture Am. History
Am. History Am. History Am. History Geometry
Elective Elective Elective Elective
Geography Geography Geography Geography
Chemistry Chemistry Chemistry Chemistry
Geometry Geometry Geometry Agriculture
Agriculture Bookkeeping Bookkeeping Home Bc.
Home Ee. Bookkeeping
Re uired Re uired Reguired Re uired
English IV Eng. IV Ag. IV Soc. Froh.
Shorthand Home Ec. IV Soc. Prob. Eng. IV
Elective Elective Elective Elective
Physics Bhysics Physics Home Ec.
Ag. IV Shorthand Shorthand Ag. IV
Home EC. Soc. Prob. Eng. IV Shorthand
Soc. Prob. Girls' Shop Gen. Shop Physics
Stock Judging Bibliotek Club
Girl Scouts Dramatics
Home We Club Octet
Glee Club Band
Swing Band Forensics
Girls' Athletics Badminton
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To have a well-Knit organization one
must have competent leaders. Frederic
High School is most fortunate in having
this invaluable requisite. Mr. Glynn
principle for the past tvo years, has
been a friend to every student, and a
guide whose clear, honest judgment has
been a helping hand to all.
The active and distinguishable admin-
istration of the school board,Mr. Olsen,
Tr Christensen and Fr Nelin ha' me t
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for the Frederic High School,the high
place it holds today. These members de-
serve the thanks of every citizen.
To these, the lenders of our school,
the 1938-59 class pays tribute.
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Back Row: Lindh,Berry, Ness,West1und,Grimn,Peterson,Anderson,Reno
Murphy,A.Benson,J.Benson. Center Row: Berquist,Fleming,Brandanger
Lundquist,StrucK, Front Row: Simon,StAngelo,Resel1,Fleming,Hulteen
Back Row: Erickson, Amundson, Barnharu, Jorgensen, Ruhn, Hallquist
Skow, Taylor, Fees, McChene, winger. Center Row: Formell, Brown
Burgess, O'Donne1l, Caragan, Shull, Pautsrh, Carlson, Chapman, Skov
Krumn. Front Row: Swanberg, Peterson, Soderberg, Eklof, Ahlgren
Gjonnes, Dalhin, Scheffer, Amundson, Smith, Lee.
Back row: Weinzierl, Aokland, Mack, Johansen, Jeffery, Knutson, Bayou,
O'Donnell, Sater, Karl. Back center: Coburn, Dickenson, Pautsch, Paul-
sen, Daeffler, Stenborg, Danielson, Sullivan, Hinrick, Sederlund Front
center: Moody, Swanson, Hutton, Dahlin, Carlson, Olson, Johnson, Han-
sen, Knauber, Olsen. Front: Fenton, Hutton, Williams, Anderson, Drake,
Sahr, Neumann, Larsen, Johnson, Peterson.
Back Row: E1fstrom,EricKson,Hrahec,Nolan,Nelson,Rrown,MielKe,Jones,
Corty,Nelson. Center Row: Olson,Holmgren,Mattson,Bengtson,Lundouist,
Casperson,Hansen,Nclson,Lindh, Danielson, Front Row: Goodell,Root,
Back Row: Carlson, Malinovsky, Coburn, Fleming, Harnnert, Anderson
Carlson, Potter, Hunt, Iielke, Ssros. Center Row: Knutson, Jenson
Lindrotn, Jacoby, Jikstrum, Johnson, Springer, Chapman, Begin, Mayou
Clson. Front Row: Drake, Saunders, Johnson, Gwin, Hane, Reno, Oberg
Chapman, Shull, Fischer, Broun.
Back Row: Elfstrom, Turnblom, Soderherg, McCnane, Lundgren, Thompson
Taylor, Anderson, Duncan, Alden, Murguw. Center Row: Larson, AcKland
Gross, Almquist, Lindquist, Mack, Dserfler, Jixsmrom, Johnson, Hedlund
Moody. Front Row: Peterson, Cook, risk, Olson, Hunter, Brsbec
Iverson, Summers, Amundson, Wallingford.
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Pres. Bettie Jalquist 1fOttO1
V. Pres. Willard Alden
Sec-Treas. Ruth Ott 1
Senator Marita Witucxi
Pres. Leonard Hallquist Uottol
V. Pres. Leif Anundson
Senator Clifton Anderson
Pres. Velva Hansen Motto:
V. Pres. Kelvin Eater Colors:
Sec-Trees. Lyle Nelson
Senator Gerald Knauber
Blue and Silver
HSuccess is the
Reward of Toilw
Red and Nhite
Elue and Silver
Flowerzlily of the Valley
Advisors: Lrs. Barber
LQI' . Braun
Green and White
Flower: Four Leaf Clover
Cree. Wallace Elfstrom Lotto:
V. Wres. Susan Begin
Sec-Trees. Donald Moody
Senator Ruth Msyou
Advisors: Mr. Dyxstra
Musical Activities of Frederic
High School are under the capable
direction of Miss Meyer an d
Mr. Laursen. Miss Meyer has charge
of the vocal groups and Mr. Laursen
of the instrumental units.
The band this year has progress-
ed quite rapidly under the compet-
ent leadership of Mr. Laursen, and
is looking forwardtoniusic contests
at Osceola and the regional meet at
Rice Lake. Along with the band,
Mr. Laursen has introduced a n ew
1Q i1JlQ2fggiLAAMbn! 224f??lpn4f7?fma feature to Frederic, in presenting
a NSwing Bandn.
This group has furnished music for the school dances, and appears
to be a permanent part of Frederic High.
In tie vocal field we have the girls glee club, and the girls octet.
Both groups have worked very hard and have had a successful season. The glee
club again hopes to attend the music contest at Rice Lake.
, The mUSiCHl STOUQS gave their annual program at the high school ,
HPP11 12, and it was termed a success for both participants and audience.
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Mr. Laursen,Stenherg, Erickson, Casperson,Uitucki, St. Angelo, Thomsen
Coburn, Swenson, Johnson, Halquist, Puls, Moody, Swanson.
Back Row: Soderherg, Jennings, Peterson, Johnson, Coburn, Erickson
Bjornberg, Hunt, Thomsen, Hulteen, Lindfieln. Center Row: Kr. Laursen
Hallquist, Lundquist, Coburn, Casperson, Hallouist, ?u1s, Snenhorg
Walquist, Friberg, Hunter, Hlfstron, Swanson. Front Row: Sonernerg
Jorgensen,Amundson, filliams,Jensen, Hoody, Goodell, ElfStrom,?wonson
Johnson, Springer, Peterson, Seifert, Moody, Goouell.
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Back Row: Biederman, Skov, J. Johnson, B. Johnson, Jitucki, Burgess
Bengtson, Formell, Matson, Ssgmo, Lindroth. Center Row: Reno, Hul-
teen,Linde1l, Oberg, Nelson, Swanberg, Begin, Dahlberg, Fahland, John-
son, Dueffler. Front Row: Neumann, Drake, Guin, Fleming, St. Angelo,
Miss Meyer, Simon, Soderberg, Sederlund, Fox, Peterson.
Vitucki, Begin, Fleming, Swunberg, Simon.
Back Row: Soderberg, Olson, Brown, Ahlgren, Feterson, Smith, Lindh
Nelson,Thompson, Carlson, Hedlund, Johnson, Knutsen,Back Center: Paul-
son, Lindell, Ditlefson, Fortmann, Chapman, Reno, Ressell, Olson, Sed-
erlund, Gretzlock, Johnson, Larsen, Front, Center: Brsbec, Gibbs
Larsen, Lindquist, Sederlund, Ruhn, Summers, Fisk, Iverson, Neuman
Englehsrdt, Hoe, Nallinrforn. Front Row: Fahland, Iolmgren, Matson
Johnson, Formell, Brown, Bengsten, Jensen, Fisher, Oberg, Hane.
Fifty busy future
homemakers, all engaged
in the pursuit of hap-
mane the Frederic
Club Q busy one.
Home Ee with
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Casperson, Johnson, Annett, Berry, Anderson, Spr'ggs, Mayou, Anderson,
Puls, Fees, Mr. DyKStT8.
Resolved: That the United States form an alliance with Great Britian,
The 1938-39 debate activities were conducted under the cafable instruction
of Hr. Dykstra who Quided his team t f ' c ' D ' 'v
, R o a very successful sea on. six out of ten
students took a very active part.
l The first affirmative team consisted of Alice Annett and
'Pearl anderson, the first negative team consisted of Clifton
Anderson and Fritz Duls. Elayne Casperson and Karilvn
Johnson were alternates.
Oct. 29, Barron Speech Institute' Nov
Debate, Nov. 12, Amery, tri-school tourna-
l ment, Nov. l3, River Falls, Dec. 9-lO, New
Richmond, Dec. 14, Spooner, practice
debate, Jan. l4,1pooner tournament,
Jan. 28, Hudson, Feb. 4, St Croix,
Feb. 17-19, Chippewa Falls.
At the end of the searon
Frederic had participated in a
total of eighty-five debates.
Thirty-tnree of then were
decision debates,and twenty-
three of then were won by'
Nov. 2, River Falls, ,oxfordN,
Back Row: Perry, Biedermsn, Turnblom, Puls, iasperson, Fees, Anderson,
Jones, Lindfield, Anderson, Johnson, Front Row: Burgess, 3ummers,Christ-
enson, Begin, Witucki, Ualquist, Spriggs,
Aspiring Frederic elocutionists Knit their speeches under the cwpable direc-
on of two excellent coaches, Mr. Dykstra and Miss Soderstrom. A lot of the
credit for Frederic's success this year goes to these coaches for their most untir
This year uns nmonz the most successful season in the history of Frederic's
clam. Every Vrederic participant placed among the top three at the Milltown
Marita Witucki won first place at Hilltown with her humorous declam,
qVidsurner's Nights Drenmn. Ne will never forget Vuritn peering
through her two fingers and louldly calling for nThisbe-Sweet
Thisben. Elayne Casperson received 'second place with her
non-humorous declam, uThe Pefect BHCKQfOURdu. In or-
story Xurthn Spriggs won third place with her oration
WPortreit of a Murderern. At the school contest
Narita won first place, and Elayne second in ex-
QWDPTSNGWUS reading. Towever, winners in other
events cunnot psrticipute in more than one
entry.3o third olace winner, Harold Fees
iarticiputed in the district meet and
recieved second place.
In extenporanous speaking Fritz
Puls recieved first place in the
district contest and Pearl
Anderson second. Jhey were
just reversed in the school
t. All in all it has
a grand year. Next
more veterans will
be bacn,and we hope l9dO
will see Frederic again
Joe Heller, the father Ray Carlson
Emma Heller, the mother Phyllis Burgess
Louise Heller, the elder slster, mertyce Chrls
Willie Heller, the
Annabell, the baby
Charles Grant .....
Mrs. Grant ........
Herbert .... ...
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Oliver Vinslow ........
Mark Ninslow ......... .
Augusta Jinslow Martin
Martha lMuffJ Winslow.
Richard Jinslow ...... .
Nancy Blake ...........
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We never Knew we had so many singers, tumblers, tap dancers, actors
and actresses in our school until we saw the F Club's vaudeville. Why,
land Marvin Grimh will testify to thisb we even can boast of some amate r
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surgeons in our school Highlights of the roduction. m e G. A. A. girls
comedy as any
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in a glltterlng musical comedy .... The Photo Club's youth
Future Farmer's Hindu fortune teller .... All in all, the F
tion was as fine a collection of humor, drama, and musical
Broadway show. That's our opinion anyway.
Nolan, Rasmussen, Murphy, Caragan, Mattson, Smith, Olson, Acherman,Hed-
lund, Sederlund, Lindh, Mackie, Alden, Alden.
Hanta have your picture tanen?-- Jant to or not,the Photo Club members
will snap it anyway. Mr. Dyxstra with nis feet on tae desk, Jimmy scowling
at lrene,-- Mr. Glynn scratching nis head,--no one is safe from tnese photo
maniacs. Snapping, developing, printing, the photo members are Kept busy.
Vincent Mattson, the chief member of the club, spends post of his time be-
hind the camera fwatch the birdiej or in the darkroom develop-
ing his snaps.
Kenny Ditlefsen,the nest amitious member of the
club, Kwhen he's not too busyb has acquired a fine
collection of the G. A. A. menbers.All in all, the
nPicture Takinan Hobby has recieved a lot of
publicity as a result of the interesting
pictures the Photo members have snapped.
Seriously though, Mr. Otis has
turned out a fine group of amateur
photographers. Their field trips
have resulted in a fine collect
ion of-nature snaps and their
candid camera snaps of the
faculty,off guard,are the
finest in the country.
KMr. Dykstra why is
your face so red?J
Many of the fine
pictures in our
annual can be
Back Row: Fleming, Mayen, Begin,Swanberg, Hansen, Uitucdi, St. Angelo
Front Row: Miss Flicn, Jalquist, Dickenson, Coburn, Streed, Simon
Drake, Peterson, Johnson, Mrs. Barber.
Betty Yalquist, Lieutenant. Mildred Fleming, Sec.-Trees. Susan Werin
Historian. Mrs. Barber, Captain. Miss Soderstrom, Assistant Captain.
There is no place for tenderfeet in the Frederic Girl Scout Club.
Softysuren't allowei. Each and every SQQUL that goes canuinr with the
club this summer will be either a first or second class scout.All ten-
derfeet stay home.
But other things beside fun enter into a well-
balanced scout schedule. The scouts provided a
Christmas party, comglete with candy and Santa
Claus, to a large number of grade school
children, who otherwise wwuld have had
This spring the girls enter-
tained their mothers with a mother
and daugnter banquet. Everyone
enjoyed the pwrpy so much it
will become an annual feature
of the club.
A true scout is happy,
and useful. We are
proud of our Virls
in the Girl Scout
a true scout
diss Soderstrum, Potter, Friberg,Fisx, Brown, Lindell, Lindfield,Proto
savage, Thompson, Ott, Hedin, Ahlgren.
The twelve members of the Frederic Bibliotek club have proved
themselves versatile, charming and ambitious girls. Their efforts
have not been confined to the library. November 15 to 19 they
made the whole school Book JeeKConsciousvdth gay posters,pictures
and slogans,depict1n5their national holiday on every bulletin and
The club entertained the high school and grade school
faculty members, the Frederic library board and the high
school board with a delicious luncheon on November 15.
We've always wondered why the girls always had
such high grades!
The girls have shown a practical side
also. Preeeeding a number of home basket
ball games,the Bibliotek club served a hot
soup luncheon to hungry students for the
modest sum of a nickel. This netted
them a fair profit.
The library has been made a
friendly place by the congenial
Bibliotek members. One of them
is always there ready to help
J The club has earned
a reputation around school
for leadership in both
practical and Social
matters. Just let any-
one call them book-
worms---if they dare!
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Back Row: Carlson, N.Carlson, Ditlefsen, Brown, Smith, Hedlund,Erick-
son, Shull,Psutseh, Taylor, Barnhsrt, Amundson. Center: Corty, Knutson
Potter, Anderson, Berquist, Nelson, Benson, Johansen, Hack, Acklund
Sater, Lindh. Front: Anderson, O'Donnell, Neinzierl, Jacoby, Halinowmy
Vicxstrum, Mr. Olson, Duncan, Knauber, Lunuqulst, Hedlund, Acklund
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The F. F. A. Club this year hus Knit together Agrominence in the rorld of
sports, with grominence in the field of agriculture. The F. F. 1. bashet ball
team entered in the district tournament at gilltovn. They played n fine game but
Clear lane defeated them. This spring the boys are having a seed selling contest
to earn money for the club. The members so far, have csnvassed the entire country
side, and the seeds are selling like wildfire.
The veteran members of the club initiated the new members
at a party this winter. After giving each prosgective member the
scare of his life, they treated the entire vroup to a Chili
This sprinr the Future Farmers entered two
speakers in the oratory contest at Grsntsburg.
The boys wrote their own sgeeches about any
phase of agriculture that interested them
KThey say one member attempted to compose
a speech on HThe Correct Process of Get-
ing out of 1ilKin5.WJ Clifton Ander-
son recieved second place with his
eration and Janes Bsrnhart fourth.
The Future Farmers have had
a busy season. We wonder if
they are as food farmers as
they are ball players, speak-
ers and salesmen.
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This year's basketball season, in spite of a lot of enthusiasm and
interest from the student bod, was not more than moderately successful. Most
of last year's team graduated, and a great deal of inexperience handicapped
the team. Captain NBudH Glandiers, star of the squad, fell into a slump the
latter half of the season which brought the playing of the entire squad
Winning all the games played is not the only facter in determining the
success of a season. The enthusiam and interest displayed by students and
players alike must be considered. Of course, nothing can Wexplainnthe defeat
we suffered from Grantsburg-but we'll get those Gr ntsburq basketball toters
yet. Just wait!
Some excellent material developvd this year will help
make next year's team a sucofssfu one. NEudn Uestlund
and Leonard Hallquist should be real stars in N4O'.
Tall Lloyd Brown and Freshman Richard Jpringer
seen very promising too.
Jimmy Caragan, Valdo Christensen
and James Barniart proved themselves
dependable under fire. The whole
squad had all the qualities
necessary for a winning team,
coolness, enthusian and
Although the '39 football season did not end in a blaze of glory,it
did mark the beginning of the end of the jinx which has followed our squad
the past few seasons. This year our boys won four games, dropped two, and
tied one.The climax of the entire season was the defeat we gave our ancient
rival, Grantsburg on their home field, the score 52-7 in our favor. Consid-
ering the defeat Grantshurg gave Frederic last year, we felt we earned our
The bitterest defeat the squad suffered came from another old rival,
St. Croix, the score being Bl-O.
Some of the players on our squad this year can be named among Fred-
eric's most talented players. Captain UBudn Glandier's eff-
ecient leadership and .cooperative playing has won the
respect of the team and spectators alike. Ray Nelson,
center, intercepted some beautiful passes which put
yn, ,in Frederic in the lead more than once.
D Marvin Grimh, both on the locker room
en that with a little practice he
will be a mountain of strength
for next fall's team.
Credit goes also to
the dynamic ueinzierl
. brothers, WVioN. and
NQuintn. for bril-
liant and coop-
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Back Row: Elfstrom, Danielson, Barnhart, Martin, Jwanson, Erickson
Front Row: B '.t f 1 G
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The second team has made very noticeable improvement during the
1938-59 season. The underclassmen have learned very thoroughly the
fundamentals of basketball and the ability to apply them. With this
basis and u genuine desire to win, they turned in a very enviable
Those members who showed noticeable signs of ability were Ber-
quist, Fleming, Swanson, Johnson, Lundquist, and D. Moody. Under the
capable coaching of Coach Johnson, these players have developed very
rapidly, and i.A.' e expect to see many of their faces on the first team
Back Row: Coach Braun, Fleming, Lundgren, Reno, Taylor, Nelson,
Lundquist, Nelson, Brown, Johnson--Front Row: Uestlund, Nelson,
Christensen, O'Donnell, Smith, Almquist, Nelson, Pearson, Lundquist.
With seven members of last year's 'first nine' returning, the
1958-59 baseball team had a very successful season. Besides the
returning veterans, many new players took their places on the team.
The boys played consistently fine ball under the capable management of
Coach Braun. A
The season opened on April 27 at Luck, and mas followed by games
with Balsam Lake, Siren, and other teams of the surrounding territory.
The pitching duties were divided between Nelson and Christensen.
A fine infield, built around last year's veterans, Nelson and Westlund,
turned in many fine plays. The outfield was nearly the same as last
year and turned in consistently fine performances.
The many underclassmen out for baseball this year gives every
indication of assuring Frederic of a good team next year.
Back Row: Coach Braun, Smith, Springer, Jeffrey, Carlson, Barnhart,
Snow, Yeinzierl, Jorgensen, Barnnart, Amundson, Olson, Larsen. Front
Row: Strucn, Knutson, O'Donnell, Johnson, Nelson, Berquist, O'Dcnnell,
Weinzierl, Elfstrom, Duncan, Olson, Elfstrom.
Joe Louis has nothing on the mighty leather swingers that compose
the Frederic boxing squad. How our boys can take it-to say nothing of
giving it out! Frederic has made a name for itself in a successful box-
ing squad, and this year, was the most successful year in Frederic's
Top honors for quick effective victories go to 'SluggerN Berquist
and V- Weindierl-In fistic ability,too,they get top ranking. Quentin
Weinzierl, Leif Amundson, Richard Springer, Gerald O'Donnel1, and LeRoy
are others that complete the list of mighty sluggers.
This year's remarkable success can be attributed to many reasons.
One, of course, is the natural ability of the boys themselves, another
is the whole-hearted enthusiasm they felt in the Dart itself. The coop-
eration they recieved from the student body meant a great deal.
John Smith, veteran of last year's squad, was invaluable as the
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Back Row: Springer, Marten, Weinzierl, Caragan, Ditlefsen, Brown, Smith
Pautch, Pearson. Center Row: Hansen, Lundquist, Nelson, Jones, Taylor
O'Donnell, Reno, Westland, Weinzierl, Front Row: Elfstron, Berquist
Nelson, Mr. Braun, Glandier, Christensen, Fleming, Grimh.
The 1958-39 athletic season of Frederic High School was on the whole
quite successful, despite a few momentiry relapses. The football
team started the season playing against two hard teams and met a decisive
defeat at the hands of St. Croix, conference winner. All was forgiven,
when the team, defeating Grantsburg on their own home field, gained sweet
revenge for the student body by an overwhelming score. This victory made
the season a virtual success. The final summary found Frederic with four
victories, two losses, and one tie .... The basketball team had a season of
ups and downs. It was down each time it met Grantsburg, and consequently
we lost two games to our bitter rival. Frederic,however,defeated Webster,
Milltown, Balsam Lake,and Amery. A one-point defeat at the hands of Amery
prevented the locals from entering the St. Croix tournament...The seniors
successfuly seiaed the inter-class basketball tournament from the other
classes, by defeating the sophmores, and the juniors. A thirteen point
handicap given by the juniors helped the seniors considerably in the
finals...On the heels of the basketball season, the boxing team swung in-
to action and has experienced a successful scason.The team is composed of
some mighty good leather-swingers, who can punch and can take it ..... The
success of the baseball season this spring can be attributed to the fine
group of fellows who took an active part. With many experienced players
back and some promising new additions, Frederic was destined to enjoy a
The 1958-39 season has not only been one of win, lose, or draw but
has been one marked by the omnipresence of the invaluable and enthusi-
astic Frederic school spirit,which was an asset regardless of the outcome
of the games.
'Bud Glandiers', the outstanding man in football and basketball,was
awarded 'Honorary Captain of l939'. 'Budn has been the captain of foot-
ball and basketball,and has shown leadership,and sportsmanship in always
trying to lead his team to a victory. 'BudN will never be forgotten by
his team or by the spectators. We all want to congratulate him on his
earning the title of 'Honorary Captainn. He will be missed by the
athletes of the future.
President Ruth Ott
Secretary Mertyce Christensen
Treasurer Orma Ott
The Girl's athletic Association consists
of girls who are interested in sports.
They learn fair play and sportsmanship.
The organinution has been very active
Highlights of the year's events! gic-
nics,initiations, Christmas party, sleigh
ride-party, Valentine dance, vaudeville
acts, sgrinp picnics and a spriny dance.
Back Row: Lindh, Ferguson, Fisher, Morten, Krumn, Soderberg, DaHliQ
Macxie, Fredrickson, Johnson, Root, Front Row: Lindh, Stenborg, Hack
Gwin, Ott, Liss Salay, Christenson, Ott, Mc Kinney, Hunter, Peterson.
THE FIRST HOLIECOIIITIG
The snow had begun in the gleaming.
And busily all the night
Had been heaping fields and highway
With a silence deep and white.
Ackerman--You can't stop me from dreaming.
Alden--Just as Wsavagen as ever.
Anderson--And one was a saucy little redhead.
Annett--I just told them exactly what I thought.
Bjornberg--I go to school, 'chieflyn for the morning ride.
Boe--Altho' I'm not so very tall, I'd rather be short than not at all
Carlson,E.--Stop beatin' 'round the mulberry 'BuschN.
Carlson,C.--Is she sweet, Oh me,-Oh my!
Daellanbach--NOh where is my wandering boy tonight?n
Dahlberg--Never says too much nor thinks too little.
Ditlefson--Kenny belongs to the F.F.A.g he raises Wcanen and alfalfa hay
Engelhart--I'd rather be little and shine than big and cast a shadow
Fahland--There's always time for a good laugh.
Frederick--Words are cheap, even so, why waste 'em?
Frederickson--True to one Wonen at a time.
Friberg,E.--Silence is goldenn
Friberg,M.--In art I have a good start.
Funk--She is I-Mack-ulate.
Glandier--He likes his work WBettieN than anything!
Gretzlock--Silence never betrays you.
Hansen--Did I stumble? No, I've
Hedlund--I look down on everyone.
Larsen--Pleasure is the business of my life.
Lindfield--If I don't know whether or not to
Lindquist--Altho' I don't say so much, I mean
Lindh,M.--I chatter chatter as I go, and I go
E.--Si Si Si Qcccy.
B.--WGone with the windn.
J.--A modern modest miss. .
V.--A little nonsense is relished by
Lindh,V.--Everything comes to him wh0w31tS.im
rgue, I always
Lundquist--If I only had words to express myself!
Mackie--I will strum my guitar and yodel-adeehoo.
Mattson--Enjoy life before 'tis fled,for when
McKinney--Lief me alone.
Merten--'Sports are my major attractionn.
Nolan--Studious and ever striving.
Olson--Like Chase and janborns always dated.
you die you're
a lone tina dead
0tt,O.--I'd make a good sailor, because I like the nC'sN.
Ott,R.--If there's anything I like better than fun, it's more fun.
Pearson--Not too serious, not too gay, but a rare good fellow.
Erickson--Do I contradict myself? Allright then I contradict myself
Protosavage--Just watch my Puls beat.
Puls--There's a brand new picture in my picture frame.
Sagmo--Some think the world is made for fun and frolic, and so do I
Sederlund,F.--She made the world a friendly place by showinw it a iiiendly face
Sederlund,M.--Lookie,Lookie,here comes Cookie
Shull--The baker boy,the baker boy.
Spriggs--My idea of an agreeable person? One who agrees with me.
Streed--Plat foot floodgy with the Floy-d Floy-d.
Walquist--My Buddy,My Buddy.
Wienzerel--The blush is beautiful but often inconvenient.
Wickstrom--For he's a jolly good fellow.
Witucki--I keep in Wtunen with the times.
Nelson,R.--When I can't talk sense, I talk nonsense.
Nelson,N.--Gee! I wish I'd been born rich instead of good looking
Christensen--Are you with me? Allright,then let's go.
Grover--My kingdom for a pair of scissorsg I love to cut up.
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We, the Senior class of '59 wish to voice our sincere appreciation to the
following merchants and business men. Their help has meant a great deal
toward makinf possible the publication of our annual. Their cooperation
and interest has helped make our annual what it is. We heartily thank
them and we urge you to patronize their business places.
Arveson-Andrews Clinic, Frederic Hospital
Frederic Community Motor Co. Inc.
Mrs. Nellie Tindus, Apparel Shop
Larsmx R Hallquist Hdwe Store
Mrs. Kissling The Beauty Spot
Frederic Oil Service Station
Thomson's 54 to 31.00 Store
Consolidated Lbr. Co.
Frederic Beauty Parlor
Frederic Super Service
Frederic Motor Company
Stokley Brothers k Co.
Frederic Meat Market
C. A. Carlson Hdwe.
Farmer's State Bank
Hagber5's Cash Store
Early Oil Company
Dr. H. E. Witte
Olsen a Son
Swanbe rg ' s
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