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

 - Class of 1958

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M. , University of Michigan Band, Choir LLOYD THOR B. S. , River Falls State College Agriculture, Farm Shop .RFQ PRINCIPAL R. P. GLYNN Bookkeeping Insuuctor B. E. , Whitewater State ADMINISTRATION SCHOOL BOARD Joe Larson, Arnold Biederman, R. P. Glynn, Warren Melin, W. F. Moses, Roger Holcolm. Office Girl MARLYS SPENCER I 77' ! -i ,gf gala X I H if Ag NW? vw' wlnilsvmauuq kink ,woes ,MW ww f . Y V 7 ff: my Q- dm if Z, J, . . V x 1 3 " A w'f . W :Mi F' 'BW Sy f 1 2 M '75 my Q1 f W .4 V M as ,FW 41 u 'H Lmm, , yy K ff mi' 345' SM 'lm ,SQ Q!! f' ,5 ,Q ,ig :Q g mi ,fi tw W ,gm N H14 A W 'im 'K "Wk Hn PETERSON ff "Sf"M ,, iff , fm ,, if K.. S: '-f Q CARL SON DESIARDIN S GLYNN JOHNSON THOMPSON GUSTA FSON ' fw-A f' MORRIS M ROGER CARLSON PETERSON 'FK' it Q!" BRUC E W AYNE SEA STRAND JOHN SON DAVID DUWAYNE -ff GERAL D REIC HSTA DT GUSTAFSON PETERSON 3-'H FRED JOHN SON GA RY THOMPSON iii-i1 JM: f , 4 , GND Rfqj' if ff UEEN KAY PRATT x KCENG FRED JOHNSON is 5 07 HOM ECCMI N G Queen of 1956 Charlotte Knutson, Susan Ogren, Gayle Teigen, Queen of 1957 Kay Pratt, King of 1957 Fred Johnson, wayne Johnson, Bruce Seastrand, King of 1956 Walter Biorn. 5 . Y '70-X. -29' fb -YUM. BACK ROW: Ioan Engelhart, Ronald Potvin, Leon Alden, Dennis Glynn, Wayne Ulick, Gary Peterson, JoAnn Marek. SEC OND ROW: Darlene Ferdig, Jane Friberg, Carmen Hable, Linda Benson, Roxie McCurdy, Mary Martin, Mr. Reidasch. FIRST ROW: Elizabeth Olsen, Charlotte Rommel, Jill Babcock, Maybeth Hunnicutt, Ruth Engelhart, Patricia Prodger. JUNIOR CLASS PLAY THE JUNIOR CLASS PRESENTS . . . "Men Are Like Streetcarsn A comanv IN 'n-msn Acrs FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1957 a:oo o'cLocK . HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM FREDERIC, WISCONSIN ' Synoph of Scenes The place is the Mason living room and the time is the present. ACT I--The Mason living room. Afternoon. - ACT II-'Die same. Eight in the evening. Ten days later. ACI' III-Thesame. Late the next morning. CAST 0F CHARACTERS ll. MASON--dad - ,.,, , , LEON ALDEN HRS. MASON-hblhel' ....,...-.........-.......,.,,,.,,,.,,.i.,,,. JANE FRIBERG IIAUDIE-thdr younger daughter ........,.E...,.--...- BUT!! ENGELHAIII' SYLVIA--Sli older dilghiet ....-.-n...--............. ..,, - C IOHHII, JOY-I with ..-......--H--.-..-....l.,..--..-......... GARMIN HAIL! I friend ---.-----........-.-t-.-....-...-....... JILL BABCOCI I ffkill ..........-....-,.-..-....v.-.....,..-...- MAYBETB HUNNICUTI LYSBITII-laud1e'l friend ..- ....... - .,... - ,,.. un...-...-..E...-W.- ELIZABETH OLSIN HIS. ! llllulhll -.-,----,---.,.-..............-...n., LINDA BENSON IIS. ALLEN-their mothers -..-.-,-..-.....,...- ..... ----......... BOXIE lleCUlDY HIS. DAY-their mothers W-.- ..-...-,-...f..-..-..,-..,-.,----..... JoANN MAIIK DAY!-lllildl par! time steady -.....-.-......,..-.-,-.a.. WAYNE ULICH cm-my gn-rs lady ...-..,..-.-.,-.,-..L.--.-..-......-.. RONALD rofrvm Ill!!-Sylvifs friend -.....-..-.M-..,-.-..-,..,.v.,,a,.-.- DENNIS GLYNN ylvlfl friend ....-..-..1..-.........-..---....-. GARY PETERSON IABGABII'-the maid ......---,-.-..-...-.,..,.......--. PAT PBUDGEI. Prompters-Mary Martin, Darlene Fex-dig. I 2 v swam: nimm--.mm Engemm. I Stage Crew-Darlene Ferdig, Roxie McCurdy, Dave Ryback and Wayne Ulich. 'QV Av' ms . Nw Q ,. air X , .rp Q ff, 9' a. his ,ws-3' . . ,k H . , , , A 'Y xv' -'Q' y 1- W M W' im M my . 5 m uf I a n. N fm 's V., -as 'M ,vi cz .R ,Q 1 Y , W Q 'E ' M 'V f uu !n Q , v hw Q 3'.:fW . mf' fm ...W iiryg ., A J:.cT QAM! Akin Vw V, 5 ,, ,Egg N AT A ,, if ww " 4 S 4:5 Q W K A-1.559 1 YY 655 V ,,..,v fm, it 'ASV f M " 'S HM we-ffmm .:., ,,.. 2A'A ' I D Juf' ,. :,. 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THIRD ROW: Maybeth Hunnicutt, Judy Alden, Hazel LaGrew, Marilyn White, Sandra Anderson, Nancy Miller, Susan Ogren, Gayle Dahlberg, Ruth Engelhart, Jill Babcock, Kaleen Hoover. SECOND ROW: Linda Larson, Janice Paulsen, Nancy Erickson, Carole Jesse, LaVonne Knutson, Faith Olson, LaVerne Rutherford, Madelyn Peterson, Sharon Bengtson, Shirley Cockerham, Vereen Nel- son, Sharon McKinney. FIRST ROW- Judy Johnson Betty Cam l' . , p in, Janet Clausen, Shirley Mohs, Duwayne Peterson, Car-- men Hable, Carol Moline, Jerilyn Lewis, Pat Prodger, Janet Fries. CK ROW: Marjorie Smith, Judy Moats Janet Witte Elvira Ul' k NUGGET ..A1'IfSl at work W n OFFIC ERS: A . and Circul .SSISIHHI Editor GaY1e Dahlzuon Gayle Tei Joan Engelhart A Editor erg. FRO gen, BUS' ' ff ' Mrs NT RO mess Ma Ed- ' Ken W: J . nage rtor nealy Advisor, 83:11 Johnson 1- Seagtran d Carlson, Joan Engelhart, Mary Martin, Kay Nichols, Sharon Hanson, Gloria Greener, BACK ROW: Darlene Ferdig, Ruth Joyce Amundsen, Kay Pratt, Karen Engen, Jean Engelhart, Shirley Knutson. THIRD ROW: Bonnie Findreng, Elizabeth Ol- n, Gayle Teigen, Ardell Johnson, Beverly Larsen, Dorothy O'Donnell, Elaine Teigen, sen, Janet Johnson, Judy Hederma Shirley Fleming, Karen Thompson, Charlotte Rornmel, Margaret Schommer. SECOND ROW: Dianne Wiksuom, Nancy 3 . ' . . . ' ' . . . Y . rsen, Sandra Engel, Jorgme Gra f, Ruth Bosak, Myrna Corner Virginia Dehn Helen Rudell Bonnie Williamson Elaine an Pelt, Geraldine Dehn, Judy Ash. FIRST Row: Sharon Gjonnes, Arlene Fox, James Stoltz, Dianne Gustafson, Bruce eastrand, Ella Taylor, Janice Graf, Wilma Hanley, Joyce Fleming, Nancy Huser. sw - Ja K. 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A M ina, fer- 'J ' i , N K 'lie' 3 f ,. J M ,., W V' Qs me , .4 M ., Q Ai K 1-,gm A mx ' 29 Q.. ., K X aff 75,4 fs mf 1iH,i,S N. 5 9? CLASS OFFICERS: President Tommy Fischer, Vice Presi- CLASS ADVISORSg Mr, Reidasch and Mr, Linehan, dent Larry Annett, Secretary-Treasurer Elaine Teigen. FIRST ROW: Karen Anderson, Sandra Anderson, Larry Annett, Judy Ash. SECOND ROW: June Bair, Rosalie Beaulieu, Alan Bengtson, Ruth Berglind, Bonnie Berglund, John Bosak, John Brackeen, Arlene Brunclik. THIRD ROW: Ruth Carlson, Marilyn Carpenter, Earl Clark, Janet Clausen, Myrna Corner, Jean Engelhart, Leif Erickson, Thomas Fischer. FOURTH ROW: Patricia Fredericks, Brian Freeberg, Gerald Grandt, Gloria Greener, Sharon Hanson, Kaleen Hoover, Ardell John- son, James Johnson. IHOYO NOT Q r xiii 3 if ,fi Zi' -I IB jf R :J X an nie? ,- Y h L -f U, IQ. -I -1 ,gf ',i,'iy"":r P BACK ROW: Larry Johnson, Dorothy Karels, Marcella Kellberg, Doris Lindberg, Joseph Martin, Gary Measner, Judy Moats, Dale Murphy. THIRD ROW: Kay Marie Nelsen, Geraldine Nelson, Richard Nelson, Dale Olson, Gordon Olson, Larry Olson, Nick Olson, William Peters. SECOND ROW: Gloria Peterson, Steven Pierce, Lloyd Remiger, LaVerne Rutherford, Raymond Sahr, Marjorie Smith, John Stoltz, Elaine Teigen. FIRST ROW: Karen Thompson, Lowell Tietz, Billy Utley, Marlin White 'The wo--MAN on the street." Freshman Float ?ffHf2z'm5 ' 'Q mxak 91 ixq sw, XXPWQ I , W. ur? Q 3 i- rg SQ-YQ, my , ,, M,- H w?fff7, 51 ff-,xg , ,E ,A X w 'R sk . - ff?-f .. if . fb. , 9225 ,fiwnk 'fx f':?feQ,., ., .7 f 2. 3 f W K Q . My Q 6- 4, ' ff? , ffliff f f' ,f 1221- , 41 Z 15' :9Qizz235ff" 1' - WH' W' k .V , S "1 A li Hrijfwjg ,SW ' ji JDAZI: F7 an Q W ' '-W5"SiE'4fZ3'Qt A. f I , fmfew M4 'Y Q My ,ml A ,, , L. " M , gZw'Qg?'-f- V '4:"'W?gr5 ' 3 My if flifffimixff 2-ffif-A Ki 1. nl -A' gmumwia in gamma' . Ji A ,W ifbw- 1 ' fi 1 22 , A fYA,E?5,,,g , :W lf"?g,. am' , .U 4, -A jgggz K' fx K lg, V N ML 51? 5 M A W Ls W1 ,.. 1 , .ag.:y,.5f H ' wxfml' ,V 1' 5 u wk' 1 , , .:.f-s.,.,,:- Y shim A X- Bk m 539' fgxwk f f if -f :M 5 We i , 'Q fl ' , I K H 3-215 A V wavy? Qmw 'WMHF w? , 1 5 g5 5- W 6 1555, 2, Mi A ,. ,, L ,, A 5 . 11525'?ih . Q- 5- w . 'fm :f S ga, f -Z ,, if- A , il f- 'J"5?.f.,y'1 7w5Q5+Fft, aff ,1 MW WwgQgwwm wW+w mU . W hwbgwwim A 'jrftf ' 'Qian k . wi 2 x :WW Q3 rn 2 ,X Mi fi asia V' . -. if Nik -- I CLASS OFFICERS: President Carmen Hable, Vice Presi- CLASS ADVISORS: Mrs. Peterson, Mr. Johnson, and Miss dent Robert Fenton, Secretary-Treasurer Larry Carlson. Einum. JUNIOR FIRST ROW: Leon Alden, Kathryn Ash, Jill Babcock. SECOND ROW: Sharon Bengtson, Linda Benson, Larry Carlson, Rod- ney Chell, Ronald Chell, Geraldine Dehn, Joan Engelhart, Ruth Engelhart. THIRD ROW: Robert Fenton, Darlene Ferdig, Jane Friberg, Dennis Glynn, Carmen Hable, Jerry Hederman, Judy Hederman, Maybeth Hunnicutt. FOURTH ROW: Gary Knight, Lavonne Knutson, Shirley Knutson, Marilee Laatsch, Hazel LaGrew, Robert Langel, Linda Larson, Audrey Lind- roth. Mr 4,5-sf . :ww WF? sk 'N 5 ,f, Y 'S ,f .4-ww 1 IR L g 2 s .izi ' W-H .Q '- f . 435 ' .A f. ffkf? 52 N ew sw V wg' gf 144111 ir . . ' 5 H2 , , elf E lllllii . Aa" km? 14 5 W 911 J Q if .- 524 , I he "cf 2 xx A Z 4 COOKS Mrs. Fenton, Mrs. Berg, Mrs. Johnson. IANITOR Otto Christian K A.,.,.3 IANITRESS Mrs. Myrtle Carlson 7 Nag, BUS DRIVERS BACK ROW: Chuck Spencer, Nealie Freeberg. Victor Glockzin, Clarence Spencer, Wally Olson. FRONT ROW: Tony Konvalin, Willis Williams, Dilly Hoover. ABSENT: Andy Nelson. .gr 46 X R. M XL Z, Kb X fx XX XXXX miie Q! ff .f my L-rf ' f A ff V1 ' C56 K ' g . I . Ja . 15,5 1' ' , - ' ,Q mg , . 4 ,,,. 4 7, f T I 3 Q7 , ' . ix I ' . ., 'Sv 2 ff N f I v g N...-IE 9 BACK ROW: Coach Shattuck, Clement Reidner, Roger Westring, Marlin White, Byron Nelson, Nick Olson, Dale Murphy Ray Sahr, Donald Moses, Dell Hederman, Roger Peterson, Wayne Johnson, Michael Weiser, Douglas Hanson, Ronald Pot- vin. FRONT ROW: Tom Fischer, Jerry Reichstadt, Duane Jensen, Clayton Jorgensen, Wayne Turnquist, David Gustafson Wayne Ulick, Larry Carlson, Eugene Nelson, Ronald Lindblad. TRACK SQUAD Th .n for Winkie- e end of-11 Io-o-o A W '78 mile. 39 SCHOOL PARTICIPANTS BACK ROW: M. White, W. Wilson, D. Moses, G. Olson, T. Fischer, R, Nelson, L. Annett, B. Freeberg, C. Hall, W. Lindberg, E, Binford, FIFTH ROW: G. Peterson, J. Amundsen, W. Turnquist, R. Berglind, L. Benson, C. Hable, L. Larson, J. Marek, B. Tuynman, M. Corner, G. Teigen, J. Engelhart, FOURTH ROW: D. Ferdig, C. Jesse, J. Lewis, B, Camplin, K. Nichols, E. Teigen, A. Johnson, J. Clausen, K. Thomp- son, M. Laatsch, C. Moline, K. Nelsen. THIRD ROW: N. Erickson, D. O'Donne1l, I. Alden, B. Seastrand, D Peterson, B. Findreng, R. Aubert, J. Graf, S, McKinney, K. Eugen, R, Bosak, L. Knutson. SECOND ROW: G. Dahlberg, E. Ulick, K. Pratt, J, Johnson, B. Larsen, I. Graf, J. Fries, J. Engelhart, P, Prodger, R, Engelhart, D, Anders, J. Witte, M, Martin. FIRST ROW: J. Johnson, W. Hanley, A. Lindroth, M, Hunnicutt, B. Williamson, E. Van Pelt, N. Huser, J, Babcock, J. Friberg, S. Anderson, K. Hoover, B. Lukasik. FORENSICS LEAGUE WINNERS THIRD ROW: Carmen Hable, Pat Prodger, Janet Clausen, Bruce Seastrand, DuWayne Peterson. SEC- OND ROW: Kay Pratt, Joyce Amundsen, Janet Fries, Dorothy O'Donne11, Elaine Van Pelt, FIRST ROW: Richard Nelson, Jorgine Graf, Doralyn Anders, Gayle Dahlberg, Nancy Erickson, Nancy Huser. 40 I we V5 Fear Frederic S udenis s In S a e F 01' 1' Freder Qree se IC 1gh school studen s one freshm nzors won s 1n t e sta e foren 1 a 1son Saturday he t zee o meet won Bs Frederzc contes efore RUCE SEASTRAND HU 8 szc- contest e a ers W o too part 1n t e stu ents have won As In t e stat but ISIS the lust t1me that as many as our ave won e covete nor one year The foren IC group cove ed y dwm Ped an Dona d R1edasc pzmed the SO ersen W o acco contestan s to F11 ay ht 1 y aftezno NANCY HUSER adl eturnmg Sun on The A wmn rs were Nancy Huser s mor e emporaneous spea 1n Nancy 1 e daugh er of and rs ph Huse Fredenc IC a1d Nelso fresh orous dec-lam Ou door man 3t1O Sleepm s He lS the so an Mrs Ibm N RD RICHA NELSON 8 of 1' elson of Freder Bruce Seastz-and sen1o1' on o ev an Mrs Rudolph strand of lfredenc 1n i' tzve readm Th ICS nterpre e Murde Elame V e r of L P t 1-p1-et ve an e E P5 semor m CI IDDOUFWI rea 1 er of M 95 S NE Moun h th and e IS e t of C NW e au FS rank Van lam Falls Wayne Peter on a y ahl gr and Part1c1a Prodgez- n and1da tes to t SICS at F .Y ry out f TS EPIC 681' GS GAYLE or fore h1gh s been t s ory I1 choo e lar of the wmnz ERG DAHLB DUWAYNE PETERSON PATRICIA PRODGER 'iv' - 3 IS ges m e school and te g of seve s zn the d1s tr ct rn et at 1ver Fa ls and our s 1n the state meet has been ou andzng ac-h1evement 4I S tl 0 A o I 0 Ill I O ' h' -t, nd tl ' , A' ' h t ' h ld t M' d' . 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NND X KIN G WAYNE TURNQ UIST Carmen bet unih LEFT 'YO RXGYYY Ewua U x ueen Xv ahmane Fubetg 58 Queen Wy Kmg, W a ne 'Y umqmsm 5'l Kmg Da-nd Ryba cuts 58 Rodney 'I oung, 1 , if O 53 f 1 , Ma i if fi' va IN 55,9 XP , x I .i ROGER PETERSON Co-Captain MORRIS CARLSON Co-Captain WAYNE JOHNSON DAVID GUSTAFSON BRUCE SEASTRAND JERRY REICHSTADT DUWAYNE PETERSON GARY THOMPSON FRED JOHNSON ROBERT FENTON DENNIS GLYNN GARY PETERSON LOUIS SCHMIDT DUANE PAULSEN JAY DESJARDINS RONALD LINDBLAD ROGER PETERSON MORRIS CARLSON WAYNE JOHNSON Captaxn DUWAYNE PETERSON DENNIS GLYNN Manager GARY PETERSON RODNEY YOUNG WAYNE ULICK JAY DESJARDINS MICHAEL WILDER f X LETTER 1957 FOOT BALL CHAMPIONSHIP WINNERS WAYNE LINDBERG Captain WAYNE JOHNSON DAVID GUSTAFSON BRUCE SEASTRAND DOUGLAS LARSON ROBERT FENTON GARY PETERSON Manager RODNEY YOUNG JAY DESJARDINS RONALD LINDBLAD TOM FISCHER ROGER PETERSON WAYNE JOHNSON DAVID GUSTAFSON JERRY REICHSTADT LARRY CARLSON WAYNE TURNQUIST -4 1 X B T , A R , s A 171 ASL E C ,f , B K , I R? A L E L , L .Q 9 F vs- 8 CAST STANDING: Bruce Seastrand, Wayne Lindberg, Bonnie Williamson, Judith Johnson, Gayle Dahlberg, Morris Carlson, Gayle Teigen, Janet Johnson, Duwayne Peterson, Roger Peterson, Fred Johnson. SEATED: Nancy Huser, Janet Fries, Ivahmarie Friberg, Jorgine Graf. SENIOR CLASS PLAY -'OLD U PLAY CAST STAGE CREW MORRIS CARLSON STANDING Shirley Fleming Prompter Susan Ogren Prompt Hiuaw - - - ' ' ' ' RUCE SEASTPJXND erg Eugene Binford, Lighting, Roger Anderson, Sounds Effects, DI' wha ymiavj BWAYNE LINDBERG Mr. Reidasch, Director, Kay Pratt, Make-Up, SEATED: DL RO ' ' ' ' ' - NIE WILLIAMSON Elvira Ulick, Make-Up, Joyce Amundsen, Make-Up, Judy Pa Bwwxn , . - - ' BONIUDITH 1ouNsON Alden, Student Director. Ma BIO -' H ' nS ' ' , FRED ICH Maxam' Bu' - ' OHNSON . Bugns ' ' ' - , I ?i1i:i - - - ' ' ' GAYLE TBGEN! A -,,--- OGERPETERS L 15 ' ' ' R N . - RG D.Bfwd ----'10 S 1-Ieien Brand ' . , , . - - JANETRSEQEG Maw Sem ' - rv AHMAR15 PTHLBERG ' - - ' , LE mrs. ROSS1 ' GAYNANCY HUSER Mrs. Cronin Mrs. Menon MORRIS CAILSON Vice President "His tackles aren't limited to the football field." FFA lg Football 1-45 Baseball 1-45 Basketball 1,25 F-club 2-45 Class Vice President 45 Choir 1-43 Class Play 35 Magnet 4. ELVIRA ULICK President "A diligent seeker after the gems of wisdom." Magnet 2-45 Golden Nugget 2-45 FHA 1-4, Parlia- RJ, mentarian 3, Treasurer 45 Class Play 35 Forensics 2- 45 Choir 1-45 Pep Club 2,35 Library 2-4, Treasurer 3, Vice President 45 Class President 45 Prom Attend- ant 4, KAY PRATT Secretary-treasurer 'Quickly she works away, faithful to each duty." Magnet 1-4g Golden Nugget 1-45 FHA 1-45 Pep Club 2,35 Choir 1,25 Secretary-treasurer 45 Homecoming Queen 4. s ffm ll . 5 SENIORS CLASS ADVISORS: Mr. Thor, Mr. Findreng, and Mr. Pederson. 1' JUDY ALDEN "Variety is the spice of life." Library 2-4, Secretary 3, President 4g Golden Nug- get 1-41 Magnet 2-4: FHA 1-4, Historian 3, Vice President 4g Choir 1,2g Forensics 2. JOYCE AMUNDSON "I'd rather be little and shine, than be big and cast a shadow." FHA 1-4g Choir 1-45 Golden Nugget 2-4g Magnet 2-4g Pep Club 3. DORALYN ANDERS 'They conquer who believe they can. " FHA 13 Magnet 1-43 Ch0i1' 1-4g Band 1-45 Pep Band 4, ROGER ANDERSON "A handful of fun is worth a bushel of knowledge. " FFA lg Basketball lg Prom King 3g Prom Attendant 4, f t I s . , I s .Q 1. EUGENE BINFORD "Class should be 10 minutes longg five minutes to come and five minutes to go. " Band 2. MARY LOU CHAPMAN Quiet people are welcome every where sand 1-45 choir 1-4. SHIRLEY COCKERI-IAM " There-.'s friendliness in her smile. " Golden Nugget 2-4g Magnet 4. MYRON COEN "l've always liked school - at least the vacation part." FFA 1-3. ARLENE FOX "Good cheer is no hindrance to a good life. " Choir 1-45 FHA 1-45 Golden Nug- get 1-45 Magnet 2-4. IVAHMARIE FRIBERG "Reserved and dignified, yet friend- ly. Band 1-45 Pep Band 3,45 Sax Trio 2, 35 Band Treasurer 35 Choir 1-45 Cheerleader 1,25 Forensics 1,25 FHA 15 Golden Nugget 1-45 G.N. Sports Editor 45 Prom Queen 35 Prom At- tendant 45 Pep Club 2,35 Class Play Student Director 3. n JANET FRIES "A maiden lighthearted and content. Choir 1,25 Magnet 3,45 Golden Nugget 45 FHA 1 NORMAN FUNK "Work is the greatest. thing in the world." FFA 1,25 Football 15 Basketball 1. 48 GAYLE DAHl.BERG "She plans her work and works her plans." FHA 15 Magnet 1-45 Golden Nugget 2-4, Business Manager 45 Choir 1-45 Forensics 3,45 Pep Club 2, 35 Class Play 35 Class Secretary-Treasurer 1. SANDRA ENGEL "Three-fourths lady and the rest sheer nonsense." FHA 1,45 Choir 1,25 Magnet 35 Golden Nugget 1,4 NANCY ERICKSON "She's not silly, sad, or tall, but a happy sprinkling of them all." Band 1-4, Secretary 45 Choir 1-45 Library 3, 45 Forensics 1, 45 Magnet 45 Golden Nugget 1, 3,45 Class Play 35 Pep Band 3,4. SHIRLEY FLEMING "She puts her worries in a pocket with a hole in it." Band 1-45 Pep Band 3,45 Choir 1-45 Golden Nugget 3,45 Magnet 3, 45 Forensics 1. .X X W IORGINE GRAF "A gentle nature wins countless friends." FHA 1-4: Choir 1-45 Magnet l,2,4g Golden Nugget 1,2,4. CLAIR GREENER "We women talk too much, but then we don't tell half we know." FHA 15 Choir 1,25 Magnet 45 Forensics 25 Library 4. ROBERT GREENER "Study is a machine invented by teachers to shorten the lives of students." Football 15 FFA 1,2. DAVID GUSTAFSON "I may not be Sputnik, but I get around." Football 1-45 Basketball 1-45 Base- ball 15 Track 2-45 F-club 3,45 Choir 1-45 FFA 1-45 FFA Secretary 4, 4 t x . ,QM CLARENCE HALL "IfI die young it won't be from too much schoolwork." Transferred from Atlantic City, N. I. 45 Football 4. WJLMA HANLEY "I love work. It fascinates me. I could sit and watch it for hours." FHA 15 Magnet 1-45 Golden Nugget 2-45 Band 1,25 All-Star Band 25 Choir 1-45 Forensics 3,45 Pep Club 2,35 Cheerleader 1, 3,45 Class Play 35 Class Secretary-Treasurer 2. NANCY HUSER "Willing, studious, dependable - could anything be more commendable?" Band 1-4, Vice President 45 Choir 1-45 Pep Band 3,45 All Star Band 25 Trombone trio 2,35 Golden Nugget 1-45 Magnet 2,-4, Co-editor 45 Pep Club 2,35 Cheerleader 15 FHA lg Prom Attendant 35 Class Play 35 Forensics 1-4. BENNIE JOHNSON "Good humor is the health of his soul." Basketball 15 FFA 1-4, Vice President 3, President4 49 z CHRIS KARELS "When words are scarce, they're seldom spent in vain." Band 1, Basketball 1, Football 1, FFA 1-3. ELAINE KN UTSON "Quiet, sincere, and ready to help." Golden Nugget 3,45 Magnet 4, Li- brary 4. RICHARD LANGEL "Life is one long process of getting tired." FFA 1-3. BEVERLY LARSEN "A jolly soul that you love to meet. Choir 1-4, FHA 1, Golden Nugget 1-4, Magnet 2-4. JANET JOHNSON "A bit of humor, a bit of spice, makes Janet espe- cially nice." Choir 1-4, Golden Nugget 1-4, Magnet 2-4, FHA 2-4, Class Play 3, Pep Club 3. IUDITH JOHNSON "Boys are bothersome, but I don't mind being bothered!" Band 1-4, Band President 4, Music Library 3,4, Choir 1-4, Pep Band 3,49 All Star Band 2, Girls' Quartette 1, Magnet 1-4, Golden Nugget 1-4, Co- editor 3, Forensics 1-4, Pep Club 3, Class Play 3, Class President 3. FRED JOHNSON "If there's nothing else to laugh at start a circus of your own." ball 1,29 F-club 4, Choir 1,2,4, Class Vice President 1, Homecom- ing King 4, FFA 1, Magnet 45' Gold en Nugget 2. WAYNE JOHNSON "He's the sort of fella who hits the nail squarely on the thumb." Choir 1-4, Band 1,2, Homecoming Attendant 4, Class Vice President 2, Magnet 4, Football 1-4, Base- ball 1-4, Basketball 1-4, Track 3, 4, F-club 2-4. Football 1-4, Baseball 1.2, Basket- DOUGLAS LARSON "Women to me are eternal questions." Football 15 Baseball 15 Basketball 1-45 F-club 45 FFA 15 Choir 1,2,45 Magnet 3,4, Co-editor 4. WAYNE LINDBERG "I stand on the brink of a great career - somebody please push me over." Choir 1,2,45 Basketball 1-45 Football 2, 3g Track 2.3: F-club 3,4. JOY MILLER "To be strong is to be happy." Band 1-45 Pep Band 3,45 Choir 1-45 FHA 1. SHIRLEY MOHS "To live is not to live for oneself alone." FHA 15 Golden Nugget 2-45 Mag- net 2.4. gi A R 3 1 HAROLD MOLINE "A true believer in the conserva- tion of energy." FFA 1-4. LESLIE NELSON "Let the girls go their way. For me they really needn't stay. " FFA 1-3. DOROTHY O'DONNELL "Charm strikes the sight, but merit wins the souls. Golden Nugget 1-45 Library 2,4, Library Secretary 45 Choir 15 FHA 1. SUSAN OGREN "She's a good girl, but she'd make a better one." Choir 1-45 Forensics 1-45 FHA 1,3,4, Reporter 3, 45 Golden Nugget 1, 3,45 Magnet 1-4, Business Manager 45 Class Secretary-Treasurer 35 Home- coming Attendant.45 Prom Chairman 3. WE, PATRICIA SCI-IOMMER "Her friends and abilities come in large numbers. " Golden Nugget 1-4g Magnet 2-4g Pep Club 2-4g FHA 1-4g Choir 1. BRUCE SEASTRAND "I don't think I'm good-looking, but what's my opinion against millions!" Baseball 1-4g Basketball 2-45 Foot- ball 2-4g F-club 4g Choir 1,2,4g Golden Nugget 1-4, Assistant editor 3, Co-editor 4g Magnet 1-4g Foren- sics 1-4g Class Play 3g Homecoming attendant 4g Class President 2. GAYLE TEIGEN "Good humored merriment twinkles in her eyes." Magnet 1-4g Golden Nugget 1-4, Circulation and Art Editor 4g Prom Chairman 35 Homecoming Chairman 4g Homecoming Attendant 4g Pep club 2,3g FHA 1-4. GARY THOMPSON 'Be silent and safeg silence never betrays you." FFA 1-4, Sentinel 4g Baseball 1-4g Basketball 1-3g Football 3,4g F-club 3.4. , ati DUWAYNE PETERSON "A man who draws a mathematically precise line from an unwarranted assumption to a foregone con- clusion." Choir 1-45 Band lg Football 1-44 Baseball 1-4g Bas- ketball 1,2g F-club 1-45 FFA 15 Forensics 1,2,4g Class Play 33 Golden Nugget 1-3g Magnet 4g Class President 1. ROGER PETERSON "You've got to be a football hero to get along with the girls. " Choir 1-45 Baseball 1-45 Football 1-4g Basketball lg Track 4g F-club 1-4g FFA lg Golden Nugget lg Class Play Stage Manager 3. GERALD REICHSTA DT "A quiet man, but quite a man!" Transferred from Mounds View 45 Football 4g F-club 4. DANNY SCHAAR "By the work one knows the work- man." FFA 1-4g Football 1. ELAINE VAN PELT "Talent is a giftg tact is skill. " FHA 1-43 choir 1.2: Golden Nugget 1-4g Magnet 2 4, Forensics 35 Library 4. ROGER WESTRING "He is always at his best when he can be a con- stant pest. " J FFA 1,2g Magnet 4, Forensics 1,3. MARILYN WHITE "True to her work, her words, and her friends. " Magnet 3,4g Golden Nugget 3, 4, Li- brary 4. prius! we F , BONNIE WILLIAMSON 'Her ways are of pleasantness and O W peace." 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