Frederic Union Free High School - Magnet Yearbook (Frederic, WI)

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'frsenv-nz., ,, I 1 - r ,, 54 w fu M.. 4 'f-vt. 9111 CLASS OF I952 PRESENTS The MAGNET FREDERIC HIGH SCHCOL EDITED BY MANAGED BY ADVISED BY PUBLISHED BY DATE PUBLISHED FREDERIC WISCONSIN H b yG RP Iy Ap I 52 bo 1 L ' I N AI'1I G I N' B M G M W F J I1nso M J queIyn W If A icon Year 0 o, Minne ' I9 MR SHATTUCK To you we dedlcate thxs the Magnet of 1952 ln apprecxa txon for the gludance you have gxven us m the past four years as our class adv1sor 2 f---.Q ms, , mf' 'F ' 'VI 1 rnyvigwdqlj 2 ,L ,Fr VW iii! ur fwfym' Frederxc Hrgh School 19 I DEX UPPER CLASSNIEN Semors 5 11 junrors UlN DER CLASSMEIN Sophomores Freshmen FACULTY Mr Glynn Mr F ay 15 Mr. Rledasch 16 Mr Taylor 17 Mrs Wolf 18 Mr john son 19 Mr Shattuck 20 Mrs Summerfelt 21 Mr Thor 22 Mr F mdreng 23 Mr Allen 24 Mr Summerfelt 25 ACTIVITIES Choxr Forensics F H A F F A Magnet Golden Nugget Iumor Class Play SPORTS Football 34 36 Basketball 37 40 MISCELLANEOUS F Club 42 Prom Homecommg 43 Snapshots 44 45 Calendar 46 of Events 47 Busmess Places 48 K, X V :- a Eff My ,.,A V by 1' '3.'2If-- 1 ' " . f I-,ww-Wg-- A N1 sr -. ,. 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T 4 L ' - ' 26 ' 12 ' 27 . . . 28 . . . 29 31 13 ' 32 14 3 ADMINISTRATIO 'W Rply RPG1 F -1 HERB LUNIDBERG Presldent The uarlzl ts blessed more by those uho do thzngs than those who merely talk about them CTransferred from Grantsburg 25 and 2 34 Chou 234 Cass Play 3 Football 4 Basketball 2 Baseball F Clu Homecommg Kmg 4 Class Presx dent 4 fs er--f T' LAURIL HALBI RC DFLORES BOI Vrce Presldent Secretary Treasurer Hy Greatest znspzrattorz ts the 4 lzght heart Ines Ions challerzee to attempt the tmpns Band 1 Chou l Magnet 5 41 For stble ensxcs 34 Class Secretary Treas 'Transferred from LaCrosse Cen urer 4 tral 35 Band 3 4 Choxr 3 4 Magnet l1d1 t 4 Class Vxce Presrdent 4 football 4 Basketball 3 4 Track f lflub IORS We D 'Bw 4 fm - ' C , . 4 1- . r F f ,, V W if riffs ' f ,,,,,W t , Wye ' E sr I , ' . as U ' - - '. sc L - ' , V , I , - - . ' T 1 , 4 H - rv ' . ' ' 1 1 . X ' ' ' B , , 9 , . 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NORMA AHLGREN m not a but lzrtatzous just mterest Magnet 3 Edltor 4 Forensics 1 2,3 4 Class Play 3 Class Sec Treas 3 Prom ueen 3 LOIS ANDERSON The queenly type excuse my tar rushed crown nd 1, ChO1f 1,2 54 HA Lxbrary 3 4 AUDREY ANDERSON A smile Ls worth a artune a laugh even more h xr 1 2,3 4 F H A VIRGINIA ANNETT Band 1,2,3 4 Cholr 1 Llbrary 4 BETTY IO ANDERSON A lovzng heart zs the truest wisdom ho1rI234 Magnet4 FHA 12 DONNA AULD I lwe or the days that are Band 1 2,3 4 Choxr 1 2 3,4 Golden Nug- get 4 Magnet 3 Forenslcs 3 4 JEAN ANDERSON A lzkeable girl wzth a lzkeable way Magnet 4 F H A 1,2 NINA BORUP Men may come and men may go but I g0 on OFCUEI' Golden Nugget 4 Magnet 1,2,3 Busmess Manager 4 Forensics I FHA 1 L1 brary 4. 6 HI, , . . - . . - ed." f , ' 9 ' , , 9 Q Q -' - 5 u - - ' -ll Ba ' , ,Q F. . . 1,2,3 , . H . . f - I!! C o' , , g . . . 3,4. "She's rather small, but size ain't all.' , 3 S - as ' ' ' In C ' , , , 5 5 . . . , . U ' f .rx D Y Q . Y U. I S S , - as ' A . I .u g . . . . Cl i f .YI 3 . , . Q Q - . . Q LOWELL BRANSTAD I lzke a man that comes rzght out and says what he thinks when he agrees with m Band 1 2 3 4 Chou 1 2,3 4 Magnet 3 4, Track 1 2,3 4 DORTHEA FENTON My thoughts 0 a man and mysel are as inseparable as a bag o peanuts and a baseball an Band 1 Chorr 1, F H A 1 GRAYCE DINGER A machine always wound up and gomg Chou' 1,2,3 4, Magnet 3 4, Class Play 3 Class Sec Treas 1 Cheerleader 1 2 3 Grrl s Glee Club 1, Pep Club 3 Home- commg Queen 4 GARY GLYNN Lt e was meant to be enjoyed and I m enjoyzng tt Golden Nugget 1 3 4, Magnet 3, Business Manager 4 Class Play 3 Basketball 1, 2JA,FChb4 DALE ERICKSON Gwe me enough rope and Ill skip Band 1 Chou 1, F F A 1 2 3 Basket ball 1' Baseball 1 JOANNE GRAF Silence is as deep as etemity as shallow as time Magnet 33 Forensics 3 LARRY ESPELIEN e s the joker of the dec . ' Magnet 3 45 Class Pres. 25 Basketball 1 2,3 4: Track 1,25 F-Club 4- JERRY HUNT speech "I am a man, but whatever concerns wo- men is of interest to me." Band 1,23 Choir 1,2,3,43 Magnet 45 Class Play 33 Class Pres. 15 Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,4g F- CNb1,L3A. 7 VE' is-4' ,.-A 9 JG' ,Qu-'Sn 5.4-0-"" Z' UQ-1' VIRGINIA HUSER Her life is like the moon - there s a man in lt. Choir 1234' Magnet 4' Class Sec Treas 2 EILEEN JOHNSON I m a woman 0 ew words but o ten Chou 2 3 4 Golden Nugget 1 Magnet 3 4 Cheerleader I 2 3 4 KENNETH JAVA I am what I am so what? MARY LOU JOHNSON I am born happy every mornmg 01:12 FHA 1234 G1 s Glee Club 1 Pep Club 3 HILA EFFERY Good humor zs t e health o the soul sadness LS tts poison Cholr 1 2 3 4 Magnet 2,3 4 Forensxcs 34 FHA 1234 G1rlsGleeClub BERNADINE JONES My last name won t always be we let ters long Co1rI23,4 FHA1 CAROL JENSEN Man has hzs wzll but woman has er way Band I 2 3 4 Chou 1 2,3,4 Golden Nug- et 3 Ed1tor4 Magnet2,34 Forensxcs I 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Lxbrary 3 JOHN JORGENSEN School ts an entertainment at whzch Lt costs but ltttle to look mtellzgent A 1 8 f"'N E' Y? '25-"' vp-rf .ml yn Q--Q JANET KAMMER I hate de mtttons Chou 1 2,3 4 Magnet 2 3 4 Gxrls Glee Club 1 CAROL LUNDEEN Wtsdom ts knowmg what to do and sktll ts knowmg how to do tt Co1rl234 Magnet4 FHA 1234 Gxrls Glee Club 1 rl, ARTXLUR KOLANDER Veot mg gan be more use to a man thai! the determxfgatron not to e hurried Choxr 3 4 Magnet 4 ROBERT MACK The world ts ull o wtllmg peo le some are wzlltng to work and I m wt Img to let them F F A 1 2 Basketball l LAVONE KRUMM I I can t md a way I ll make one Choir 1 2 3 4 Golden Nugget 1 2 Magnet 3 4 Forens1cs12 3 4 F H A12 Cheer- leader 1,2 ALFRED MOLINE One cannot always be a hero but he can always be a man A 2 ALAN LARSON Some people have tact I tell the truth Band 1 2 3 4 Choxr 1 Magnet 3 4 Bas ke all 1234 Track 1234 FC b MARY GRACE MOSES I was never less alone than when by myself Band 1 2 3 Choxr 1 Golden Nugget 1 2 3 Forensics 3 Class Play 3 F H A 1 2 3 4 Lxbrary 3 9 RODNEY MOTT "He masters that which is not worth knowing." Magnet 3g Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2g F-Club 2,3,4. HERMAN1 SCHMIDT I go to school chie y for the morning ride FFA123 Football123 6-if In J vu 1 Hlyruh PATRICIA NELSON J s., 5 My memory is the thing I orget with Magnetfi FHA 123 ALLISON SHULL You may live as long as you like and haze what you like as long as you live Band 1 2 3 4 Chou 1 Golden Nugget 4 Magnet3 FHA 12 REYNOLD PETERSON Class should be Len minutes long we to come and we to go F F A 12 3 Basketball 12 KAYE DON TIBBETTS It s not easy to be a politician these 7 7 S keepzng both ears to the ground at the same time CTransferred from Woodvllle, WISCOUSIH 31 Cholr 3 4 Magnet 3 4 Foxensxcs 3 4 Class Play 3 MERLE ROOT I am not good or bad I am good and ad Chou' 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Class Pres Class V1ce Pres 2 F F A 1 2 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Track 134 FClub234 PromK1ng3 ERNEST TROMBERG Thought is the property o those who can entertain it Band 1 2 3 4 Cholr 1 Class Vxce Pres 3 Foot al 1,2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Base- ba 134 Track 34 FClub12,34 10 A . ax - - I ,, I 4fZ J . . . , , 3 , , . 1 fr ,. .1 ' ' I 4 J u - ' f ' in ' 5 . . . , , . cc ' ' D , ' f n , , , 2 ' s s 3 . . . , . cc ' N - f' ln ' ' ' 1 xl 1 ' Cl l - ' ' ' da s. just tr sittin on the fence and ' 'Y ' , 4 . 1 ' . 2 ll b 1? ' , , ,ns 9 - 33 - Q - . - , ,3,43 I i Y 9 . Y T Y l S - Y l 9 ' ll ' f ' ' PI - ea' 9 1 5 A ' Y Q Q Y Q Y 11 1 2 1 I 1 ' 1 1 ' 39' vb 5'- 4nP""'-' EARLF TRUMBLF All uork and no plav would make one a dull bay I m reallv sharp Foorballl 2 3 4 Basketball 1,2,3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 F Club 4 ROSE VAN PELT I cannot tell what the truth may be I tell the tale as was told to me Golden Nugget 4 Magnet 4 F H A 1 ROBERT TURNBLOM The terrtble thtng about the quest for leammg Ls that you 0 ten md tt Chou' 12 Basketball 12 Track 1,2 ELEANOR WEDIN The workers o today are the builders o tomorrow Choxr 1,2 3 4 Magnet 1,2,3 4 Forensics 1,2 3 4 Class Play 3 GlIl,S Glee Clubl 'Kar JOANNE WILDER "Every woman has a secret desire to write - checks." Choir 1,23 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Girl's Glee Club lg Pep Club SQ Prom Chairman 3. ll 'BQ' 17-Q Z?" luv' DORATHY Al Dl N JAMI 5 lNGl l HART JACQUI LINI ZINN President Vice President Secretary 'lrexsurer UN IDRS ROW 4- Jim Elfstrom, Robert Olstrom,Wa1damore Moline,Jim Williams, Norvin Baldwin, Lamoure Kammeyer, Ted Hagberg, Richard Perry, Robert Wiseman, Dean Dversdall, Duane Frandsen, Donald Peterson, Bob Strom, Dean Dahlberg, Morris Peterson. ROW 3 - Janice Bloom, Myrna Beckman, Duane Rasmussen, Charles Gronlund, Donald Larson, Donald Bergman, Leslie Berg, James Engelhart, Gerald Shull, Carl Gustafson, Claude Denn, Orville Dunn, Meradie Turnquist, Joanne O'Donnell. ROV' 2 - Floyd Nahkala, Donald Auld, Barbara Murphy, Delores Fredericks, Joanne Duncan, Mary Ann Hulteen, Kenneth Peterson, Wayne Hunter, Arlette Anderson, llazel Hansen, Sandra Dversdall, Joanne Peterson, Esther Lundberg, Le-Roy Miller. ROW l - Virginia Langel, Dorathy Alden, Catha Taylor, Rita Schaar, Clarice Nykreim, Kenneth Lundeen, Donald Bair, Jon Johnson, Jacqueline Zinn, Roberta Mack, Marie Schoeder, Janice Alden, Dorothy Bergman. 12 1 t MILES JOHNSON President vs i 91... Z , ! GEORGE VAN Plflfl' Vice President SOPHO ORES M ARLYS FIILKERSON Secretary-Treasurer RCN 4 Xlrles ohnson Klan byobe-rg irnle Peterson Iiruee Cirummons Douglxs Anderson Duane ensen Raymond Domagala Ceorge Van Pelt Richard Irickson Iarrw na C urtis I-leming Gene Shefland Paul Amundson Blllv Black Iiruce Tromberg Wendell Anderson RogerNl1ller RUM 2 Par I alirant Xluriel Xangsgard Lorraine Denn Shirley Craf Helen Chapman -Xnna Gustafson inis Peterson 'Norman llill ack lxrentz brace llahlbere Grenlth ohnson Alta Nlae Hranstad Nlarlette Olson Shirlex l xrson Nlarion 'Nelson la Xonne Nlork RCW Xlarilyn ensen Nirginii Spencer Cretelzen lxnieff, Roge Carlson errx ohnson Harry Baker Nancx farex lena Rundblxle I xelxn lxunze Carol 'X oung llurene I riekson Nlarlvs Iulkerson Raymond Nlork Ronald ohnson Dennis I undten Patricia Vest Patsy Younz I A I liarhara v or Nlarlene ll ll XIIXIDC Nlort loxd Xl lt oanne olinson Jhxllls Xlinee Sall f hri Iensen Nan ra fhristensen Qelma Peterson Bexerlv I aateh Harlan Iunk Nlartha lierglind Nlary inn llinnieutr Wanda Nlae Greener ABQI 'VII I K lxenneth Beaulieu LaN erne Beaulieu rv ll " I '-.l 1' U x ' A I' V- x I' 1 'x I I ' r I I lj - 5 i . x I x ' i - .l lk V x - i - I K D 1 i - x . 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J if A'YN"', HM WIKSTROM SUSAN STOWER Vice President Secretary-Treasurer FRESH ,L Al 1 Row 4 Jrmmw Wrkstrom Beverly l-lulteen Charles Larson Lyle Sullrxan Murray Palmerton Curtls knreff Gary Bohn rry R dberg, Nlarv Nelson Florence Perry Harlan Peterson Row 'S Susan Stow G d Johnson Ted Zrnn Lorrarne H111 lwle Pratt Floyd Fenton Nlrlton Dat filer 2 Ma reflxo d SQ Parsx Nxbeck Dorathy Gustafson Robert lxelson Beatrrce Schultz Grace Eugen en9a f r Kpthlf n BerQ,rnan Marlys Chell Rosalyn Peterson lbw 1 Cigna Mpftz anne Johnson Patrrcra Trumble Francrs Meyer Shxrlex Iorgenson Roger Gundlaeh Xpeorg Kr tzxj a na Anderson Ruby Barr Betty Engelhart Julre Srsco Ardyce Srnrth txt' XJ X Nmi 1, K 1' . ' U 1 ., R A , ,A , 1+ ' ' u ' D 18" ,, - . re 5 ' '.g. if F ' Y ,J fy: r . Curtis Peterson,NIY,y.fd afnes, Norma Anderson, David Kanrmer, Kay Nykreirn. sy SJUQF t v - - + as fy J N su, 5 lrjjf V o XS, 'S . , X T., 2 I . . lf 'el J Xe L. wx dx J I ld ' X , ?' Qs V43 R. P. GLYNN B. E. Whitewater State N, :fy If JL., . ' . ', V 1 K fr I., V , , f r- A X-1 , ,rn , wks CURRE T HISTORY 3935.3 S-4 Ken reports on the latest GORDON FAY B S Supenor State SOCIAL SCIENCE :nl . -14 Current Hlstory rs a subject taught about the srtuatlons of thus changing world Time and U S News magazmes form a basxs for this class ..41""', 3 Floyd locates Frederic, Wlsconsm U S 15 'x l ' I ' .-1-4 . 'V 1' 'Hn al. ' K . -'ffm '1 . ' 'G - N 0 jgkfi A - if . '. lx . ,, '- Q , ., , . Q -4-ff 4 ' I fi Y. I KJ. A Ax. ' r fs-.7'a,-.I - fr. ' Q- 4- . C -v rf ' K.. , s 'N .. ,Z .,t C , , so an ,:A I . . ,- :' ' ,'4,- ' -.- ' O fa'-S ,,-,r"1" x.e: . ' ' f5x'.f. n y e DONALD W. RIEDASCH B. S. Superior State fg4A4fQ4Y6lbR? 94,42 LA-4.4 5 ,Vg It can z be that bad Lena, MacBeth I have no words my uo1.ce LS Ln my sword Durmg the second nme weeks of th1s pre vxous school year the Semors have studxed Mac Beth a play wntten durmg the slxteenth century m wh1ch a Scottlsh Nobleman murders a lung m order to obtam a throne to wh1ch he was vague ly enutled In the end all troubles catch up w1th h1m and MacDuff l,1lls h1m m a duel ENGLI H III I And ORLD HISTORY It .S only a bedtime story Lx KENNETH TAYLOR B S Umvers1tyofM1nnesota Answer the door Exleen What s cookxng Harry? ,Q 4 A , 1 f' I Recipes?? I7 E GLISH III LIBR RY How many for hot lunch? JACQUELYN WOLF B.E. Whitewater 1 aye- f TYPING BOOKKFFPING SHORTHANDS f OFFICE PRAQTICE H-f-:-.mf kk 04 Tr WILLIAM F. JOHNSON B . S. Stout Institute T INDUSTRIAL ARTS I II III V DRIVER EDUCATION HLJAAI qi C h R A ' .7 ' in Jiggin' and tumin' I ! f 9 9 9 I T For eddy's use at Stoke1y's??? I I - , ' 2 1 9 ff, ' ia - . I ' X A e f 4 I A A-I: L The sawdust gals. utin' curves. Can't reac 'em. CHEMISTRY CEOMETRY ALGEBRA SCIENCE I II ATHLETICS BRUCE SHATTUCK B. E. Whitewater Stare 20 AINA SUMMERFELT B S Stout Instltute A P bl hp HOME ECONOMICS 21 ir' in LLOYD M. THOR B.S. RIVER FALLS Learmng the value of balanced rauons AGRICULTURE FARM SHOP If they break we fxx them AK Test the so11 Fertlhze Stop eros1on 2 f-www---quu gg in' A I '5 . W ' I ky 1 -7 A ntinsw- L 3 ---Mx . . at R 1 Q ' R X v , ., f " X L1 R k Y K, . ravi' 4 ' .fe r . 1 ' 4 "' Q Y ,, , 't l 1 . 2 OR ILLE T. FI DRE G A ,V B A Upper Iowa UH1VCIS1tY Explaln the Hawley Smoot Tarlff :IW BIOLOGY Doc Anderson ro the rescue YQ, U S HISTORY 5 E "fl ONNN K Prepanng a rest Doesn t anybody know the answer? 23 V I 1 K A Q V , 1 , I I . ,l"'ZI' , v 'W' I' me O O yy ,TNQ K J i I I ewbv' OH' - ,J Lzlfii I 3GW"U'7- gs ' W g ,,,.,-.C , Ni: O, i M ' ,'w: Ax O "f "5 N 1' I . 1' I , A r -3-L f ,.,.... f f tr O ACE ALLEN B S LaCrosse State H K-f .al Where s the target gxrls? PHYSICAL EDUC TIO Nauonal Champs 1960299 Up and Over 24 L ,L , t X . - ' M A I M I xg A' xx.. 'Q L XR Q V ' .f I I fl K ,W - I V f , LL MJ, W A f I - K T K 1 . A: " 'A' L, A X J I1 fl J KENNETH SLMMERFELT B M University of Michigan ffi BAND and CHOIR Row 4 Bob Olstrom, Lowell Branstad, Curtis Kmeff, Wanda Mae Greener, Grace Engen, Beverly Hulteen, Kathleen Bergman, Betty Engelhart, Roger Gundlach Ernest Tromberg, Paul Amundsen Row 3 Norma Anderson, Joanne Peterson, Hazel Hansen, Allison Shull, Donna Auld, Herb Lundberg, Bob Strom, Laurie Halberg, Floyd Nahkala, Helen Chapman, Carol Matz. Row 2 - Mary Ann Hunnicutt, Dorathy Alden, Marie Kolander, Florence Perry, Muriel Vangsgard, Virginia Langel, Dorathy Gustafson, Rosalyn Peterson, Gren- ith Johnson, Beatrice Schultz, Martha Berglind, Virginia Spencer. Row l - Durene Erickson, Sandra Dvers- dall, Marlys Fulkerson, Patricia West, Esther Lunberg, Murray Palmerton, Wayne Hunter, Patsy Young, Virginia Annett, Carol Jensen, Myrna Beckman, Janice Bloom, Marie Schoeder. 25 Row 4 Vlrgrma Huser Kay Nykrerm Shrrley Graf Helen Chapman Mary Ann Hulteen Beverly Hulteen Florence Perry Jams Peterson Myrna Beckman Grace Dahlberg Janlce Bloom Grenlth Johnson LOIS And erson Anna Gustafson Alta Mae Branstad Norma Anderson Lorrarne H111 Audrey Anderson Carol Lun deen Row 3 Donna Auld Carol Jensen Esther Lunberg Susan Stower Erleen Daeffler Lorrarne Denn Shrrley Larson Betty Jo Anderson Elleen Johnson Nancy Carey Janet Kammer Eleanor Wedrn Lavone Krumm Grayce Dlnger Evelyn Kunze Hazel Hansen Clarrce Nykrerm Jacquelrne Zrnn Janrce Alden Kathleen Bergman Row 2 Marrlyn Jensen Beatrrce Schultz Patsy Nyback Shrrley Jorgensen Marlys Chell Dorathy Gustaf son Joanne Peterson Murrel Vangsgard Marlys Fulkerson V1rg1n1a Spencer Sandra Dversdall Patrrcra West Durene Errckson Grace Engen Bernadxne Jones Dorothy Bergman Marre Schoeder Sandra Chrrst ensen Row 1 Selma Peterson Carol Matz Betty Engelhart Marlene H111 Mary Ann Hunmcutt Joanne Johnson Wanda Mae Greener Deanna Anderson Dorathy Alden Beverly Laatch Sally Chrrstensen Phyllls Wxnge Rosalyn Peterson Mane Kolander Martha Berglrnd Ruby Blau Joanne Johnson Patsy Trumble Barbara Taylor Jul1e Slsco Ardyce Smrth CHOIR Row 3 Bob Strom Lamoure Kammeyer Jerry Hunt Rrchard Errckson Curtrs Knleff Herb Lundberg Larry Java Paul Amundsen Lowell Branstad Row 2 Wendell Anderson Jlm Elfstrom Arnre Peterson Art Kolander Dean Dahlberg Harlan Peterson Mrles Johnson Kaye Don Trbbetts Row 1 Floyd Nahkala Laurre Halberg Gerlad Johnson Donald Bergman Bruce Tromberg Merle Root LaVerne Beaulreu Donald Auld Roger Carlson '26 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - D I I 7 I Y I I ' - p I I 7 9 Y , . - I I I I I I I I ' "f i Norma Ahlgren and Delores Boe Forensrc wrnners of 1951 FORENS CS Row 3 Rosalyn Peterson Roger Carlson Kenneth Peterson Mrles Johnson Ted Hagberg Robert Olstrom Kaye Don Ttbbetts Laurre Halberg Dorathy Gustafson Norma Ahlgren Row2 Mr Taylor Lorrarne Denn Joanne Duncan Beverly Hulteen Gremth Johnson Lavone Krumm Carol Jensen Jackre Ztnn Martha Berglrnd Mr Rredasch Row 1 Lena Rundblade Susan Stower Gretchen Kmeff Joanne Johnson Hrla Jaffery Eleanor Wedln Delores Boe 27 QAMIRK. F TURE HUM M KER AIQQ 4... g ,N 4 x NEW YV' f-N' so kibx ' X7 il- ,JELGBE OF AMERIC Row 4 Mary Lou ohnson, Lorrarne Hill, Mary Moses, janrce Bloom Myrna Beckman, Grace Dahlberg, Mary Nelson Beverly Hulteen jams Peterson Audrey Anderson, Florence Perry Gretchen Knxeff Row 3 Hazel Hansen, Marlette Olson, Shlrley Graf, Carol Lundeen, Nancy Carey JoAnne Yxlder, Marlys Ful kerson Vlrgmxa Spencer, Carol Young Shrrley Larson, Norma Andersjvn Betty Engelhqrt Row 2 Rosalyn Peterson Munel Vangsgard Patrxcxa Nyback, Susan Stoner Barbara Potter, Delores Frecieqcks, Esther Marlene Hzll Maxxne Mott, Patsy Young,Patr1c1a LaB ant, acquelxne Zrnn Mrs Summerfelt, Catha Taylor, Durene Erxckson Patsy Trumble Joanne johnson, Barbara Taylor 28 - J . . , . l Q l I I ' ' 1 . . . . , - ' . . . ' ' ' . 7 Lunbergxjoanne Peterson, liila Jeffery, Sandra Dversfiall, Patricia West, Dorathy Gustafson. Row 1 - Q , f 1 , - I l ' 1" ' A 5 -Y V -,, lx J . " ef 'I x wfmfvm FUTURE F R ERS 'Q 'S' -1 4' 0F ERIC .XF Af 7 L Iv f .s 4-Q c'Y1""u,,1 f .J Row 3 Bruce Grummons, Wally Mollne, George Van Pelt, Gene Shefland, Duane Frandsen, Terry Rudberg, Alfred Molme, Gerald Shull. Row 2 Roger Carlson, Ronald johnson, Donald Larson, Roger Mxller, Merle Root, Lyle Pratt, Gerald johnson. Row l Franc1sMeyer,Dav1d Kammer, Duane Rasmussen, Mr. Thor, Carl Gustafson, LeRoy Mxller, jon johnson, Robert Nelson. 29 1 " 4 ' G1 .7". ' Q jf' r O . ' l N In . W , ,X , wah, 1 ij . 'H' T: 7,1 .l ' 0 4 v I I o b J 5 'llc' J ff' 1 , W " ' " zfzxrs . F wasps' ' 4 , ,. , I -Q ref' M Q ,ET I Editors, Advisors Business Manager Row 4 Lavone Krumm Janet Kammer Beverly Hulteen Carl Gustafson Alan Larson Gene Shefland Lowell Branstad Jerry Hunt Ted Hagberg Arthur Kolander Barry Espelxen Kenneth Peterson Kaye Don Trbbetts Patty Nelson Janrs Peterson Carol Lundeen Eleanor Wed1n Row 3 Mary Ann Hulteen Marlette Olson Evelyn Kunze Patrrcra West Vxrgrnra Spencer Marlys Fulk erson Erleen Johnson Hrla Jeffery Vrrg1n1a Huser Grayce Dlnger Betty Jo Anderson Nancy Carey San Row 2 Patsy Young Lavone Mork Dorathy Gustafson Mane Schoeder Carol Jensen Clarrce Nykrerm Susan Stower Jean Anderson Hazel Hansen Joanne Peterson Janrce Alden Mur1elVangsgard Shrrley Jorgensen Rosalyn Peterson Marlys Chell Row 1 Marlene H111 Delores Boe Sally Chrrstensen Selma Peterson Marrlyn Jensen Nrna Borup Nor ma Ahlgren Laurre Halberg Gary Glynn Maxrne Mott Sandra Chrrstensen Floyd Mork Dorathy Alden VJ grma Langel 30 dra D'versda11, Gretclren Knieff, Lena Rundblade, Pose Van Plelt. ' , I I I GOLDE N UGGET onna Auld Carol Jenson Mrs Wolf Janlce Alden -as up Row 4 Gren1th Johnson Jamce Bloom Grace Dahlberg Claude Denn Ted Hagberg Dtck Perry Kenneth Peterson Duane Rasmussen Myrna Beckman Meradle Turnqu1st Nma Borup Row 3 Alltson Shull Mary Ann Hulteen Rose Van Pelt Marlys Fulkerson Sandra Dversdall Gretchen Knleff Joanne O Donnell Hazel Hansen Nancy Carey Ted Zlnn Lena Rundblade Joanne Duncan Row 2 Donna Auld Patsy Young Jackle Zmn Dorathy Gustafson Esther Lundberg Marron Nelson Susan Srower Clartce Nykrerm Jamce Alden Marte Schoeder Mur1e1Vangsgard Row 1 Sandra Chrlstensen Marrlyn Jensen Selma Peterson Dorothy Bergman Carol Jensen Mrs Wolf Gary Glynn LaVone Mork Dorathv Alden Vrrglnra Langel 31 f . ,, . 'sz D , - . C ws. -f:, 4 . .L ,, , " Jw QP I if .K '- wr D ,- E f , , I. vb 8 if 1 Q ' na new '- " r I x , I , S 0 , 1 Q I I I I I D Y D I ' I I I ' - I D I I I . , . I , J r f 1 - - I I I I I I I 1 I , , 1 - - I I 7 I I ' I . . , . v V' X THE JUNIOR CLASS PL Y Llsten, Baby Bob Xlxseman Dorathy Alden Clarrce Nykrexm jamce Alden Bob Strom Jacquellne Zlnn if 'Sgt-Y -. ' ' A 'f Q THE BIG OOSE Cashmlr Emmanuela Mrs Farmer Mary Hargrave Earl Westbrook Alda Morris Peterson Rudolph Dean Dversdall Uncle john Farmer Robert Olstrom Boyd Farmer Myrna Beckman Mrs Dorrsh Sandra Dversdall Prompter anxce Bloom Prompter ffx Row 2 Robert Olsttom, Dean Dvcrsdall, Bob Wrseman, Morrrs Peterson, Bob Strom, Mr Rxedasch Row Janice Alden Dorathy Alden, Myma Beckman, Clarxce Nykrelrn, Jacqueline Zmn HOMEUL I Ktng Herb wrth Queen Grayce and attendants Betty 10 Anderson Grange Dmger Vrrgrma Freder1c's 1951 Homecomtng wasan rmmense success The students of Frederrc Htgh School elected Grayce Drnger as then 1951 Homecomtng queen Grayce selected Herb Lundberg to rule wrth her over the Homecomrng f9SIlVlI1CS Attendents for the royal couple were V1rg1n1a Huser Betty Jo Andesron Dean Dversdall and Jerry Hunt The celebratron started off Wllh a bonfrre whlch pre ceded the annual Homecomrng football game Frederrc s opponent for the football game was the Mllltown Wrldcats The Homecomrng slogan was Cage the Cats The Vtk lngs battled Mllltown to a 14 14 stand st1ll The Home comrng dance wh1ch followed the game was an rmmense success and was attended by many former students of Freder rc Hrgh School Homecomrng bonflre Huser and Durae Erlckson Homecomlng snectator ' 1 1 . 1 y . ' - l - ' n - u ' n 11 n ' - . ,, . . r v - . 5 A4 Ole" Findreng xx 'Qx FREDERIC. O Q '1 r HB.. K X Bruce Shattuck 0 Row 3 Duane Frandsen Larry java Rlchard Erlckson Ted Hagberg Rodney Mott Herb Lundberg jerry Hunt Bob Wlseman Lamoure Kammeyer, Dean Dversdall Row 2 Davld Kammer Bruce Tromberg Alan Sjoberg jlm Elfstrom Gene Shetland Raymond Domagala R bert Olstrom Morrls Peterson Donald Bergman james Engelhart Row 1 Harry Baker, jon johnson Kenneth Beaulleu Ernest Tromberg Lyle Pratt Charles Gronltmd Ken neth Peterson Merle Root Laurxe Halberg Coach Fxndreng FOOTB LL 4-an -nq Y' sa 15 -- 1 I I 1 I I " 1 1 1 1 1 , 0' -- 1 I I I I - p ' Q - 4 v- an-+-.i5'.. n ., 1 A . . t W - .,,'1,z-1.. ' I AW -1 .. nh- -H f-f W-. t. M .- l... .. .- - FOOTBALL Frederic Hlgh School s football team emerged from the 1951 football season wlth three wxns two losses anda ue The V1k1ng,s galned prgskln vxctor les over Luck St Crolx Falls and Osceola wh1le losrng to Amery and Grantsburgand trerng MIIIIOWH The Frederlc Vlklngs won thelr flrst game of the season by wh1te washlng Luck 14 0 The Vlk mgs completely domxnated play throughout the game but were held back by fumbles Frederlc scor ed on a pass play early rn the thlrd quarter and pushed over another tally 1n the f1nal pertod Hunt PICKS up yardage agatnst Grantsburg The Vlklngs showed lmprovementln the sec ond game and out played then tradxtional rlvals Grantsburg throughoutthegame However the Pur ple Plrates squeezed out 7 0 w1n A 31 yard pass play by Grantsburg late ln the game produced the wlnnlng score Hunt dnves through Luck men Bo . . , 1 . ,, . . ,, . . . . - . , . , - . - n ' ' u - ' . . - ,, . - - n - . I I - . . ,, , . ,, . . - it 5 . . . 1 ' ll - . 5, - '. ' u . .. ' . f"' - . 1 I .Av ' I.. ' . :L . I nl . f ' . 1 V - ' ' ' . I Q .' ' . . -,Q , V X ,ig ,' gl ,Vs x p if . HOMELOMI G GAME Mrlltown s Anderson rs snowed under after a short garn Bergman Root Frederrc Hrgh School s 1951 Homecomlng was not celebrated wrth the gala floats and parade due to the extensive celebratrons held rn the vrllage C1115 summer There was no lag 1n sp1r1t however as the Vrkrngs decrdedly the underdogs emerged from the Homecom mg game wrth a 14 14 ue Statrstrcs showed the Vlkrngs out classed M111 town butwere unable to outscore them Frederrc scored f1ISI on a 20 yard thrust by Don Bergman Mxlltown score and moments later the W11d Cats scored agaln and held a 14 7 lead Late rn the quarter Merle Root dashed 23 yards for the trexng touchdown The game ended W1IhOUI further scorrng Kammeyer forced out by W11dC3lS Piggy back r1de 37 W E-L A . . , . . ' . . . however, came back early in the third quarter to tie the ' ' ' ' ' Q , n X 4' . . I . F, FOOTBALL GAMES Frederic picked up its second victory of the sea- son at St. Croix Falls, Friday night, October fifth by downing the "Saints" 13--6. Merle Root produced the game's biggest thrill when, after taking a pass he outran the entire St. Croix Squad, going 96 yards to score, the "Vikings" kept the game well in hand from that time on. Frederic's valiant "Vikings" dropped their second game of the season when they ran head on into Am- ery's undefeated football machine. The "Warriors" displayed a well-balanced attack which overpowered Frederic by a 34--13 count. Frederic, however, had its moments of glory, once early in the third quarter when Merle Root scampered 49 yards to score, again in the fourth quarter when Lamoure Kammeyer return- ed a "Warrior" kick-off 90 yards for a touch-down. Frederic's "Vikings" wound up their 1951 season in a blaze of glory by ruining Osceola s Homecoming 14-6 Frederic scored first and last in the bitterly contested battle The victory over Osceola climaxed to a successful season for Frederic and was the final game for the six Seniors on the squad Kamrneyer and Lundberg combined to bring Leske down Rf An Osceola pass is batted to the turf by Elfstrom breaks into the clear at mid field Elfstrom 38 I 1 , . s. , Q. 'Q 9 -um. Q N Q. V ' V t .. . ' . . .H+ f fn .-.'-'W Y Swan, .- 'H' .H -f SA Fredenc ONS RESULT FOOTBALL Frederic 38 Opponent Luck Grantsburg Mxlltown St Croxx Amery Osceola BASKETBALL Balsam Lake Luck Amery Grantsburg St Crorx Mxlltown Balsam Lake Osceola Luck Amery Turtle Lake Grantsburg St Crorx Mrlltown Osceola game remaxned to be played when th1s page was prmted Baseball and Track meet results w1l1 appear rn the 1953 Magnet FCLUB Opponent 32 fl! R ow berg Row Gary Row berg 3 Kenneth Beaulieu Ray Domagala Lamoure Kammeyer Dean Dversdall jxm Elfstrom Herb Lund Laurxe Halberg 2 Kenneth Peterson Larry Espelxen Rrchard Errckson Jrm Engelhart Earle Trumble Alan Larson Glynn 1 Dean Dahlberg Bob Wrseman jerry Hunt Rodney Mott Duane Frandsen Merle Root Ernest Trom Gary Glynn Dean Dahlberg Bob Strom Jerry Hunt Drck Perry Mr Shattuck Herb Lundberg Dean Dvers dall Larry Espelren Alan Larson Laurte Halberg Kenneth Peterson Manager BASKETB LL Frederxc s Vrkmgs emerged vrctorrous from the newseason s frrst game by dumprng Balsam Lake 38 32 on the Vrkrngs home court Balsam Lake Jump ed 1nto an early lead and held an 18 11 margln at the half The Vrkrngs came back to take over the lead mldway through the th1rd quarter and held on to wln 38 32 seasonby thumprng Luck 52 32 here The game ex ceedmgly close throughout the frrst quarter but the V1k1ngs pulled out ln front 28 16 by the half Luck put on a drrve early ln the fourth quarter and pulled up to wrthrn four pornts of Frederrc The Vrkrngs began pullmg away and had the game well ln hand from that ume on Frederlc Hlgh School suffered 1ts frrst defeat of the season Frrday December 'I at Amery Frederrc was unable to functron wrth the usualefflclency and could not cope wrth the almost unbehevable hot War rrors Amery started fast and were leadrng by 14 4 at the end of the frrst quarter and butlt up a 30 10 advantage at half trme Both teams substituted free ly durmg the last w1th Amery fmally wmnrng 61 39 Grantsburg Purple Prrates dealt Frederrc a 47 36 beatmg at Frederrc December 14 Frederrc started out slzzlmg and the Vrkmgs butlt up a 18 9 lead by the end of the f1rst quarter but Grantsburg roared back and wentrnro the lead early rn the second quar ter andextendedtt 30 21 at the half trme Through out the second half Grantsburg kept a safe dlstance ahead of the Vrkrngs Dahle of Grantsburg led the SCOIIDQ wrth 24 pornts Herb Lundberg topped the VIRHIQS scorrng wrth 14 Lundberg and Dahle stretch for the ball acyl bf inf , t I Q I if Frederic picked up its first conference victory of the AO Vtkrng Plrate scramble Throughout the second half Grantsburg kept a safe drstance ahead of the Vtkrngs Dahle of Grants burg led the SCOIIDQ w1th 24 pomts Herb Lundberg topped the Vrkrng s scorrng wtth 14 Frederrc s Vtktngs ptcked up thelr second confer ence wtn of the season by out lasung St Crotx Falls 65 46 on the Sarnts home floor Frederrc s mar gm of vrctory can be uaced to thetr superrorrty froxr the free throw lrne Four Vtkrngs scored tn double flgures By vtrtue ofa brtllrant thrrd quarter rally and unbear ably excttmg f1na1 few moments Fredertc edged by Mrlltown 44 42 at Fredertc Mxlltown pulled out 1n to the lead late In the second quarter and early tn 1 Al makes a basket Herb scores two Hunt trps one 1n the thrrd quarter from that trme on the lead see sawed back and forth w1th Fredertc ftnally prckrng up the wmnrng baskets tn the frnal hecuc mmute of Play In a game that was played on even terms for almost three quarters Fredertc f1nally broke the game open and pulled away to a 49 34 vlctory Balsam Lake stayed up wxth the Vxkmgs for almost three quar ters unt11Freder1c was flnally able to brrng the game mto hand Despltea sensatronalthtrd drtve uy usceola rn whrch they over came a 13 potnt deflcrt to pull up w1th1n one potnt of the Vrkmgs Frederrc rolled to a 60 55 vtctory at Osceola 'luesday Ntght January 15 The ftne play of Ierry Hunt who scored 25 pornts was a major factor Wrth Herb Lundberg leadxng the way wxth 30 pornrs and Bob Strom and Larry Esphen also scorrng rn the double f1gures Fredenc rolled over a ftghttng Luck team by '74 58 score rn the game played at Luck Fu day ntght January 18 Both teams were hot expec 1a1ly durtng the ftrst half Frederrc was never tn ser tous dan er after the fust quarter Lpjkr .+s...NMd9.1...,,a12. 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HP QW' :il Third quarter up-off Hefb ties it UP Frederrc Hrgh School dropped rts second home home game and thrrd of the season to the defend 1ng champron Warrrors from Amery The thrrd quarter was the decrdrng factor In that perrod Amery put the game on xce by outscorrng the V lungs" by a 17 5 margm Throughout the rest of the game Amery held buta sl1m 35- 34 edge Fred errc led durmg the early part of the game but Amery s thrrd quarter spurt made the frnal score a much larger marg1n of drfference than there ac tually was The fmal score was 52 39 In a non conference game Tuesday mght jan uary 29th Freder1c easrly romped over Turtle Lake by a 57 33 score The second stung play ed most of the second half rn an attempt to hold the score down In a typrcal Prrate-Vlkmg tussel on Fr1day mght February lst Grantsburg edged by Freder 1C 58- 54 Frederrc led 12 10 at the end of the openrng quarter but by half trme Grantsburg had Score is tied--All hands on ball. moved to 27 21 lead At the end of the thrrd quarter the score was 39- 38 wrth Grantsburg strll leadrng In the wrld scorrng fourth quarter Grants- burg emerged v1ctor1ous1y In a game that produced the most exc1t1ng fm- 1sh of the year Frederxc squeezed out a 46- 45 vrctory over St Crorx Falls Frederrc started out as leadrng 16- 9 at the quarter But the Sarnts had moved mto 31 28 margm at the half By the thrrd quarter Frederrc had cut the lead to 36- 35 and then went on to w1n 46- 45 Hunt and Lund berg paced the Frederrc scorers Fredeuc was unable to hxt w1th thexr usual accuracy at Mxlltown Frrday February 15 and went down defeated at the hands of the W11d- cats by a score of 58 49 Mrlltown led at the end of the frrst quarter 12 9 and 1ncreased thexr lead at the half tlme 26 19 Hunt led the Fred errc scormg wrth 17 pornts We win by a one point margin. Row 2 Kenneth Peterson Manager Gary Bohn Rlchard Erxckson Duane Frandsen Terry Rudberg Douglas Anderson Wendell Anderson Mr Shattuck Row 1 Roger Gundlach james Engelhart Alan Sjoberg Denms Berg ,Ixm Wxkstrom Floyd Nahkala Balsam Lake Luck Amery Grantsburg St Croxx Falls M111town Balsam Lake Osceola Luck Amery Turtle Lake Grantsburg St. Croix Falls Milltown Z r The C00ks Gunder at work 'fkfft ., v I Cf' In U -1 r- C fb v1 va WY' Luella WAS W' ,H .tg fn, Ea i if 9 'S' U1 ru Z! Q. 'U A: H ru Q. "' Q :1 00 I I WE Frederlc s 50th year Cheerleaders -14 .. er ' ' Q, . w- Q V I , 1- 4- Q 'x ,. Q. 'f': X AZ 1 X- ' ' ' 372-4 1 1' fx . .. ' K ' X '4 5... 4 A ri V , lx l X 1 , I 1 ' X ' I k V. Y ki W 1 : Wg 533 i A . "6 1' V es -, s""'?i" lt-"NI ,. ., ' . -. ' ,, A-- , 1 ' 3, .4 'iff 5? . A ll., vi f 2 Q LL, Ark.. '.,.'..-.1 , '-, "J ' ,ry 'S , ' .Q 5, . M ,. ff ' 2-fi " 'fu -'U ' -4 ' Y: 5. K' A' . L . 'Q ' 1' -- A 1 Q 1 ' F' P 3 11' . QWA " ' , . J Wkilv 5 - A A I f -, N n 45 . 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SEPTEMBER School started F H A Imtratxon Football game w1th Luck Chose Homecommg Queen Grayce Dxnger Freshmen ln1t1at1on Football game wxth Grantsburg Assembly Program Atom1c Energy Senxors went to Rrver Falls for pxctures omecommg Cage The Cats" Football boys attended Mmnesota Wash mgton game 17 23 22 23 4 7 8 15 OCTOBER Football game w1th St Croxx Football game wxth Amery Teachers Conventxon Sxxth Graders moved 1n Assembly Program Speech Group P1CtUI'eS taken More group pxctures taken Nme week tests Football game wxth Osceola Frrst Snowfall Dzsmxssed school early Halloween NOVEMBER B111 johns on Jr born Report cards Assemblv Program Blowmg Bubbles Deer Huntxng Thanksgxvmg Vacatlon Basketball game wxth Balsam Lake Jtmxor Class Play The Bxg Moose Basketball game wxth Luck DECEMBER Assembly Program L1qu1d Au' Game w1th Amery Game wlth Grantsburg Game wxth St Croxx Chou Concert Chustmas Party JANUARY Game w1th M11ltown Back to school Game wxth Balsam Lake Game w1th Osceola 46 f' 1 H 'HPV' I fl 'W . 72 1 1 'lf' . . g Q' 4.. . -R 12. . 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