Frederick High School - Viking Yearbook (Frederick, SD)

 - Class of 1958

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'-5 X 1 J nLove is too simple a game for a bralny man to in- dulge in." How well Morris knows, for all through his high school career, he was named the 'second Einstein." For four years he took part in boys' ohorus,m1xed cho- rus, band, track, and pep club. He participated in football three years, and in basketball and class plays two years. He served on the newspaper and annual staff his senior year. Morris in planning to be- come an engineer. fb i by 7 I-IQRBIS' HEINZ D1 Here is what is conslderedawestl ern man. All he thinks of is range land and cattle. However, he said, 'School 1sn't really bad, 1t's them women.' Activities weren't a part of Delbert's school life u til he went out for football his last year, and he wantedtoyday theentireyear. He was in the class play his senior year, and he joined the pep club one year. Delbert plans to go to Montana and start ranching. il I 33-T ' DEL?m.f5!-fiinflm Delia was warmly welcomed to our class the Junior year.She had trans- ferred from Westport and she increased our class to nineteen. Delia d1dn't take part in too many activities as she was more the scholastic type. Her only activities were girls' cho- rus for two years. and mixed chorus and class play one year. She re- ceived the honor of being co-salutat- or-lan of the graduating class. As she says, 'They like to hear me talk, so I guess I'll say someth1ng."Del1a is planning to work after graduation. OBLAND KBUSE 'bt xv' fxlmnlf' 'work has killed marry a man, so I'll live a long time." This is a true statement if there ever was one. with three years of pep club and two years of football,m1xed chorus, and boys' glee club behind him, Orland will graduate a high and mighty senior. He's planning to work in the fall . DELIA HOWE f.-fix

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'ug X. Er Kay, being the valedic- torian, is the honor stu- dent of the class.She also received the honor of at- tending girls' state, and the honor of being the Future Homemaker of America lwhlch will comeixahandyl. Kay participated fouryears in basketball,m1xedchorus, girls' chorus,and pepclub. She was class officer, in physical education, and on the annual staff one yearg in declam and on the paper staff three yearsg and in class plays two years. She 1s considered a nG1rl of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows.n Kay Q A M ,. fall. LYLA Ehssx vb Lyla is our D. A. B. represent- ative from the senior class. She is a fine typist and served as office secretary her senior year. Lyla was in band, basketball,paper staff, and pep club four years. She was in vo- cal music and in class plays three years. The annual staff, cheerlead- ing, and participating ln physical education became a part of her sen- lor year. She's reserved---but for no one in particular. Lyla is plan- ing to attend college. plans to get married this E KAY snlcxsou Alan likes the simple things in life--women for instance. He's never without one. Alan has participated in basketball Cbeing the captain his senior yearl,track, football,Letter- man's club, pep club, band, boys' chorus, and mixed chorus for four years. He was a class officer three years, and he participated in class plays three years.He was boys' state representative and duke. His senior ear was centered about studentcoum y - cil, newspaper staff, and editor of the yearbook. Alan also was co-sal- utatorian his senior year. He plans EVONNE GEBHARDT -I 'lsr' 5 x X 1 to attend college in the fall. As ourmostardent base- ball fan,Evonne has a hard time deciding between boys and baseball. We are all beginning to wonder just what the outcome will be. Girls' glee club and mixed chorus held her attention three yearsg while declam, paper staff, class play, and physical education in- cluded her one year acti- vities. Bvonne is plan- ning to start working in the o 7 ALAN GLOVER ssffriialeafwlf f 1 T-LKTQ5' Y K 'figq '?. X' . -J' N lftiff



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5? adv Q "Q"46?Zg aw., 5?-. . 3 ,332 ' :WL w - v ,V . Mmma 1s'Hdlof hm and m1sch1ef, too---doing things she shouldn't do.n She's a grand gal to know. Myrna has participated in basketballandpep club for four years,has been on the paperstafffor threeyears, and participated in declam and class plays two years. She took part in girls' chorus, mixed chorus, and physical education herlast year,and shewasart editor of the annual. Myrna plans to become a teacher after graduation. gi so f.. I ff",l',f' JOYCE MIKKONEN nJust because I've made my choice is no reason why you boys should be d1scouraged.n we hold this to be true of Joyce.Joyce has participated in basketball, pep club, girls' glee club, andmlxedchorus forfouryears. She has faithfully played her trom- bone in band for four years. During her Ju ior year she was on the paper staff, and in the class plays. Acti- vities during her senior year con- sisted of physical education, class play, paper staff, and annual staff. Joyce plans to become a telephone M BNA RAUMA 'How ya gonna keep'em down on the farm?u Shirley, for some reason, had no reply.For four years the teachers faithfully saw Shirley attending girls' chorus and mixed chorus. She was on the paper staff her last year and she took part in thejuniorplay. Physical education also drew her attention her last year. Shirley lans to attend business colle e and operator. DEANNA REXINGER 42" 1 P S become a secretary. Being the only redhead in the class posed quite a problem for Deanna but she eventually overcame it. As she always says,nI'11never marry---until someone asks me.' Pep club and basket- ball became her main acti- vities as she participated in them for four years. Girls' chorus and declam held her attention three yearsg and mixed chorus, newspaper staff, and C1888 plays whirled her around two years. She was on the annual staff her senior year. Deanna plans to be- come a math teacher. 9 SHIRLEY SCHLOSSER f

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