Froid High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Froid, MT)

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THE CANYON CLUB Drink - Dine - Dance Pleasing You Pleases Us Plentywood, Montana Glacier Ice Cream Power Butter JH, 'iff Pm! 4- Manufactured by PLENTYWOOD CREAMERY Plentywood, Montana Congratulations to the Class of 1954 Q 362606671 ATTORNEYfAT -LAW Plentywood, Montana Patronize our Advertisers and Sponsors of these pages. They made the 1954 Cardinal possible. THE ANNUAL. 526 ffl Visit Us When in Sidney Ford - Mercury - Lincoln fgalez - Ford Tractor . T R A C T 0 R FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR COMPANY Sidney, Montana fake Ts-4 EAT1212 Tops in Comfort and Entertainment Medicine Lake , Montana m t l 9 Hamm Howard Adams, '24 - Deceased. Marguerite Adams, '22 - Mrs. Claude Eyer, 200 S. Sergent Ave., Glendive. Montana. Arliss Albert, '39 - Mrs. Paul O'Neil, 885 Truman Boyd Manor, Long Beach, California. Edna Anderson, '32 - Mrs. Elmer Stubban, Medicine Lake, Montana. George Anderson, '50 - Farming, Froid, Montana. James Anderson, '52 - fWife's maiden name, Carol Samuelsonj Farming, Froid, Montana. Margaret Anderson, '35 - Mrs. Willard J. Adams, Asst. Cashier in Bank, Bridger, Montana. Mildred Anderson '47 - Mrs. Howard Hove, Froid, Montana. Donna Arvidson, '53 - Mrs. Alfred Smith, Plentywood, Montana. Edythe Balm, '26 - Mrs. John Curran. 138 Broadwater, Billings, Montana. Evelyn Balm, '33 - Mrs. Dallas McNeil, Froid, Montana. Hazel B2-1111, '33 - Mrs. Don Hailey, 112 Terry, Billings, Montana. Helen Bahn. '35 - Mrs. Herb Reatdon, Yakima, Washington. Lester Bahn, '37 - Asst. Mgr., Thompson Lumber Yard, Livingston, Montana. John Baker, '22 - Zonolite Company, Box 131, Libby, Montana. Mabel Baker, '25 - Mrs. E.O. Peterson, 5616 N. Regal, Spokane, Washington. Robert Baker, '45-- Apartment House Mgr., Route 1, Bonners Ferry, Idaho. Selma Bakken. '38 - Mrs. Larry Castel, R.R. 2, Box 106, Shelton, Washington. Dorothy Base, '34 - Mrs. Clarence Danielson, Medicine Lake, Montana. Gertrude Base, '25 - Mrs. Joe Peterson, Whitetail, Montana. Richard Becker, '50 - fWife's maiden name, Betty Ann Havilandp Aflc Richard Becker, H. Bomber Sqdn LMI A.P.O. 64, Box 210, cfo Postmaster, San Francisco, Califomia. Robert Becker. '52 - Farming, Froid, Montana. Ellen Benson, '34 - Mrs. Manuel Torres, 3421 Riverie Drive, San Diego, California. Robert Benson, '36 - Car Salesman, 3421 Riverie Drive, San Diego, California. Doris Bergh. '53 - Student, Eastern Montana College, Billings, Montana. Elinor Bergh. '44 - Mrs. Robert Schulz, Froid, Montana. Esther Bergh. '45 - Mrs. Larry Bengston, Froid, Montana. Laura Bergh. '46 - Mrs. James Barrett, 6738 Glasgow Ave. , Los Angeles, California. John Berger, '43 - fWife's maiden name, Grace Gibsonl 2900-13 RD Arlington, Virginia. Laurrine Berger, '41 - Mrs. Robert F. Harbison, 900 S. 22nd St., Arlington, Virginia. Doris Berglund, '36 - Mrs. Doris Smith, 2243 Johnson St. N.E. , Mirmeapolis, Minnesota. Lucille Berglund, '46 - Mrs. Lucille Johnson, Waitress, Sidney, Montana. Donavon Bergstrom, '36 - fWife's maiden name, Elvira Spielbergj Equipment Inspector, Yellowstone Dist. for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 1131 N. 25th St. . Billings, Montana. Esther Bergstrom, '38 - Mrs. Esther Pogotel. 4490 33rd St. . San Diego 16. California. Karla Bertelsen, '26 - Mrs. Anfgar Neilsen, Teacher, Whitemore, California. Ruby Bertelsen, '42 - Mrs. Howard Firstbrook, Williston, North Dakota. Verner Bertelsen, '36 - Farmer and County Comm. for Deer Lodge County, Ovanda, Montana. Rae Jeanne Berube, '39 - Mrs. M.G. Dalich, Box 443, Sterlington, Louisiana. Gladys Bjerkaker, '36 - Mrs. John Schlaps, Big Fork, Montana. Lucy Blowers, '25 - Mrs. Eugene Knick, Froid, Montana. Doris Mae Bohm, '46 - Mrs. Daniel Thompson, Culbertson, Montana. June Brinkman, '43 - Mrs. Thomas Howe, 26370 Jane Ave., Howard, California. Adelaide Butler, '31 - Teacher, Hotel Monticello, Longview, Washington. Mary Virginia Butler, '34 - Mrs. Owen Nielson, Teacher, 501 E. Sussex., Missoula, Montana. Norma Butler, '31 - Mrs. Donald Mercer, Teacher, 112 Ave. C.. Billings, Montana. Helen Cheney, '29 - Mrs. Helen E. Olson, Typist, Supply Dept., Puget Sound Naval Yard, 47A Gayland Drive, Bremerton, Washington. Alfred Christoffersen, '49 - Mechanic. 717 11th Ave., Helena, Montana. Ardyce Christoffersen, '49 - Mrs. Walter Jones, Froid, Montana. Clara Christoffersen, '32 - Mrs. Orin Lee, 3rd Ave. W., Williston, North Dakota. Corinne Christoffersen, '53 - Student, Ancker Hospital, Nurses Residence, St. Paul, Minnesota. Duane Christoffersen, '46 - fWife's maiden name, Rosemary Nelsonj Farming, Froid, Montana. Freda Christoffersen, '25 - Mrs. A.A. Swierz, 2153 W. Earll Dr.. Phoenix, Arizoan. Gertrude Christoffersen, '23 - Mrs. Ernie Hachey, 45 Mcbellan Ave., San Mateo, California. Warren Christoffersen, '43 - Farming, Froid, Montana. Weldon Christoffersen, '46 - Yarnell, Arizona. Donald Clark, '35 - qWife's maiden name, Marilyn Sorteberghy Farming, Froid, Montana. Howard Clark, '42 - fWife's maiden name, Dorothy Chasonl Farming, Froid, Montana. Ralph Clark, '45 - Al3c Ralph F. Clark, A.F. 19417774, 6418 PH lnftl. Sq. A.P.O. 954. clo Post- master. San Francisco, Califomia. Keith Coats, '53 - Student, Rocky Mountain College, Billings, Montana, Jeanne Cookson, '46 - Mrs. Dick French, Medicine Lake, Montana. Mae Cookson. '48 - Mrs. Russ Hicks. 134 Redwood Drive, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Thomas Cookson. '48 - A03004954 35th Ftr. Bomber Sqdn,, APO-60. cfo P.M.. San Francisco, California. Alvy Casper. '29 - fWife's maiden name. Kathline Hicksj Storekeeper, Big Fork, Montana. Orrin Dahley, '35 - Electrician? helper, 3017 Harbor Ave. . S.W.. Seattle, Washington. Dorothy Danielson, '44 - Mrs. Lawson Stafford. 311 Judson Ave. , San Francisco, California. Vernon Danielson. '46 - Farming, Froid, Montana. Betty Darland, '41 - Mrs. Charles D. Morris. 15251 6th Ave. N.E., Seattle, Washington Mary Jane Darland, '36 - Teaching, Froid, Montana. Tom Darland. '42 - fW1fe's maiden name, Sylvia Frechy Lawyer. Plentywood, Montana. Eddie David, '42 - fWife's maiden name, Edna Maej Body and Fender man, 565 17th Ave. . Longview Washington. Marietta David, '35 - Mrs. G.W. MoColm, 13021 6 Place S.W., Semle, Washington. Elvina De Tienne. '24 - Deceased. Evelyn Deuhuer, '39 - Mrs. Gordon Snellman, Medicine Lake, Montana. Margaret Deubner, '36 - MIS. William Reiter, Jr.. Froid, Montana. Nczman Diesen, '41 - Highway Dept. Office clo Highway Dept, , Wolf Point, Momma, Signe Diesen, '43 - Mrs. John Maguire, 402 112 9 S., Glasgow, Montana. John Donaldson. '24 - Jr. High Teacher, Cut Bank, Montana. Paul Donaldson, '21 - Teacher at Deaf School, 352 Palm Ave. , Oakland, Califomia. Barbara Ehry, '42 - Mrs. Miner Stocking, 435 Luzpser Ave.. Whitefish, Montana. Esther Elvsax. '38 - Mrs. Paul Engel, Rt. 1, Box 335, Albany, Oregon. Daniel Engler, '33 - Supply Paper Business, 102 Peach Ave. . Dalhart, Texas. Jeanette Engler, '40 - Deceased. Margaret Engler, '42 - Mrs. Carl Nelson, Homestead, Montana. Marion Engler, '44 - Mrs. Howard Jacobwn, Frold, Montana. Alvin Erdahl, '37 - fWlfe's maiden name, lime Ericksonl Farming, Froid, Montana. Arlene Erdahl, '37 - Mrs. Norman Stanley, 850 W. 61st, Seattle, Washington. Beatrice Erdahl, '36 - Mrs. E.E. Bushnell, 3700 W. Webster, Seattle 6. Washington. Dale Erdahl, '51 - 850 W. Gllt.. Seattle, Washington. Lloyd Erdahl, '48 - Tnick Driver, 915 Rollns Street, Missoula, Montana. Victor Erdahl, '42 - CW ife 's maiden name, Lenore Lnftj Oil Station, Plen ywood, Montana. Wayne Erdahl, '44 - fW ife 's maiden name, Ethel Montgomeryj N. 4316 Stone, Spokane, Washington. August Eschenbacher. Jr. . '45 - fWi.fe's maiden name, Luella Kniclq Farming, Froid, Montana. Helene Eschenbacher, '42 - Insurance company, Lewistown, Montana. Frank Eschenbacher. '31 - Carpenter. 1818 Elm St. , Butte, Montana. Arthur Feldmeir. '33 - Storekeeper, 4326 Newton S., San Diego, California. Ben Feldmeir. '36 - lst Lt. B. Feldmeir. 0987921, 93AAA Gun Bn. APO 731, cfo P,M, , Seattle, Washington. Charlotte Feldmeir. '34 - Mrs. Chris Bafus. 12813 Valley Way, Opportunity, Washington. Daryle Feldmeir. '41 - Reporter, Minneapolis Star, 3436 Emerson St. . Minneapolis, Minnesota. Herman Feldmeir. '30 - Navy Produce Yard, Bremerton, Washington. Gustav Fjeseth. '38 - qWife's maiden name, Nita Leey Bank, Froid, Montana. Beverly Flelschman, '40 - Mrs. Ray Rahn, 13740 E. Don Julian Rd., Ruento, California. Gale Flelschman. '34 - Acconmtant, Los Angeles, Califomia. Laverne Flelschman, '36 - Mrs. Clarence Weberg, 305 E. Works St., Sheridan, Wyoming. Milton Fleischman, '38 - Oil Company, 136 N. Maple Ave. , Montebello, Califomia. John Forsyth. '44 - qWife's maiden name, Agnes Andersony Farming, Froid, Montana. lone Foss, '34 - Art Supervisor, Helena Elementary Schools, 327 Ewing St. . Helena, Montana. Alton Gangstad, '43 - fWife's maiden name, Helen Rasmussen, Truck Driver, Williston, North Dakota. Clifford Gangxtad, '42 - fWi.fe's maiden name, Lila Petersonj Electrical Engineering School, 911 N. 23rd, Billings, Montana. Gladys Gangxtad, '33 - Mrs. Calvin Richwine, Frold, Montana. Jacqueline Gangstad, '45 - Mrs. Jacqueline Schuetze, Telephone Operator, Culbertson, Montana, Lillian Gangrtad, '33 - Mrs. Peter Gjovig, Registered Nurse, Ambrose, North Dakota, Lloyd Gangrtad, '40 - fWife's maiden name, Dorothy Rasmussenj Manager, Lumber Camp, Box 53. Oakridge, California. Edmunds Geiser, '23 - fWife's maiden name, Elmo Stevensj Lieut. Col. I.E. Geiser, 0247668 Kyushu, Civil Affairs Region, A. P.O. 1105, clo P.M.. San Francisco, California. ,Martha Gladue, '43 - Mrs. F.L. Campbell, Willow City, North Dakota. Rachel Gladue, '39 - Mrs. R.S. Beck, 8257 S., Clair Ave.. N. Hollywood, California. Betty Glaze, '48 - Mrs. Nicky Nickoloff, Missoula, Montana. Velma Glaze, '43 - Mrs. Art Smith, Box 776, San Miguel, California. Helena Griggs, '39 - Mrs. Jimmy Olson, Homestead, Montana. Violet Griggs. '37 - Hat Factory, 2420 2nd Ave. N. , Billings, Montana. Clariss Ann Grovom. '52 - Mrs. Dean Hagen, Outlook, Montana. Emma Lue Grovom. '53 - Doctor's office, Culbertson, Montana. Jimmy Grovom. '52 - Student, Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota. Shirley Grovom. '48 - Mrs. Royce Shumake, Poplar, Montana. Stanley Grovom. '50 - Corp. Stan. Grovom. U.S. 56120098, A Btry. 144 BN., Fort Lewis, Washington Judith Gronlie, '23- Mrs. Ernie Olness, Miles City, Montana. June Hammond, '40 - Mrs. Virgil Buchanon, 105 South Sargent, Glendive, Montana. Gunnar Hanson, '31 - 315 South Taft, Sidney, Montana. May Harbo. '24 - Mrs. George E. Pickett, Rt. 2, Box 53KI, Coos Bay, Oregon. Bonard Haugen, '42 - fWife's maiden name, Juliette Glennj Electrician, Williston, North Dakota. Albert Hedberg, '26 - Deceased. Alene Hedberg, '24 - Mrs. Richard Kamps. 565 Fowler St., Raymond, Washington. Clarence Hekkel, '52 - Student, Radio Institute of the Air, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Pete Hekkel, '40 - fWife's maiden name, Lorena Schledewitzj Farming, Bainville, Montana. Richard Hekkel, '48 - PFC. William R. Hekkel, R.A. 19441630, Hqtrs. Co. 1stBn., A.P.O. 35. cfo Postmaster, New York, New York. Dorma Hermansen, '35 - Mrs. Gerald Gangstad, Teaching, 2514 38th Ave. , Longview, Washington. Benora Hippe, '34 - Mrs. Bill Hunt. Bureau of Reclamation, Box 665, Galeta, California. Ronald Hippe. '50 - Sgt. Ronald M. Hippe, R.A. 19441631, Hqt. Co. 3rd Bl. 160 Regt. 44th Signal Corps, 44th Inf. Div., Fort Lewis, Washington. Carrie Hofman, '28 - Mrs. Frank Nelsen, McCabe, Montana. Lily Hofman, '28 - Mrs. Clarence Nybakken, Larslan, Montana. Bona Dea Holly, '38 - Mrs. Roy C. Ferguson, 12706 E. Valleyway, Opportunity, Washington. Hazel Holly, '33 - Mrs. Tom Stuller, N. 17 D. St., Spokane, Washington. lrwing Hoye, '32 - fWife's maiden name, Leota McClearyj Farming, Froid, Montana. Marlin Hoye, '44 - Farming, Froid, Montana. Dorothy Huff, '37 - Mrs. Ed A. Ochs, Dore, North Dakota. Josephine Huff, '44 - Mrs. W.H. Olson, Box- 643. Miles City, Montana. Joyce Huff, '41 - Mrs. Wm. Oliver, 1479 Truman, Walla Walla. Washington. Dick Hurd, '52 - Dick Hurd, A.T.U. 200, N.A.A.S., Kingsville, Texas. Avis Insteness, '42 - Mrs. Ben McBride, General Delivery, Anchorage, Alaska. Grace Insteness, '41 - Mrs. Norman Erickson, Froid, Montana. Lorraine Insteness, '41 - Mrs. Homer Wulf, Kalispell, Montana. Lyle Insteness, '40 - Trouble Shooter in Saw Mill, 13th and Fair St. , Clarkston, Washington. Clarence Jacobsen, '34 - 1316 E. Club Court, Spokane, wasnmgton. Clayton Jacobsen, '34 - Fuller Brush Man, Medford, Oregon. Derald-Jacobsen, '36 - fWife's maiden name, Josie Goldenj 13411 1st Ave. 8, Seattle, Washington. Everett Jacobsen, '39 - fWife's maiden name, Maxine Sowlerj Farming, Froid, Montana. Foy Jacobsen, '42 - Meat Packing Plant, 1316 E. Club Court, Spokane, Washington. Irene Jacobsen, '43 - Clinic Receptionist, 703 Palonpone, Seattle, Washington. Ruvold Jacobsen, '36 - fWife's maiden name, Phyliss Hemninej Farming, Froid, Montana. Sylvia Jacobsen, '36 - Mrs. Dick De Kaye, Cut Bank, Montana. Alfred Jensen, '42 - Oil Inspector, 716 N. Payne St. , Breckenridge, Texas. Donna Jensen, '51 - Mrs. Torn Piacenza, 1526 Snyder Ave. , Philadelphia,45, Pennsylvania. Helen Jensen, '47 - Mrs. James Kirkegard, Circle, Montana. June Jensen, '46 - Mrs. Howard Skillingberg, Homestead, Montana. Laura Jensen, '47 - Mrs. Roy Neumiller, Elliston, Montana. Lillian Jensen, '43 - Mrs. Lillian Burbank, Rt. 5, Box 894, Tacoma, Washington. Virel Jensen, '42 - qWife's maiden name, Winona Graberj Richey. Montana. Verna Jensen, '41 - Head Cashier. Telephone Office, 605 W. Sinto, Spokane, Washington. Harry Jensven, '29 - fWife's maiden name, Norma Olsony Bar Operator, Homestead, Montana. Anabel Johnson, '26 - Mrs. Nels Larson, Box 531. Sheridan, Wyoming. Jack Johnson, '36 - Deceased. Joyce Johnson, '39 - Mrs. Eddie Deubner, Homestead, Montana. LeRoy Johnson, '47 - Depot Relief Agent, Glasgow, Montana. 4 3 :A V, , ., , 45.414 4 . , .. A' """W?'14-rw , 4 44464544496 4' 'S' LOLA GROVOM WALTER GROVOM 2664 22624674 W Left to right: Lorrie Renter, Alex Ostwald, Phinney Lindberg, Ted Thompson. and Marlin Kveseth fsubstitute drivery. L55 LMT -5211-106 Marjorie Johmon, '38 - Mrs. Bill Rygg. McCabe. Montana. Isabel Kamps, '28 - Mrs. Michael Murray, Froid, Montana. John Kamps, '26 - QW ife 's maiden name, Patricia Dozierj 3008 N. Underwood, Arlington, Virginia. Josephine Kamps. '32 - Mrs. Chet Grace, 804 3rd Ave. E., Williston, North Dakota, Pete Kamps, '38 - Deceased. Richard Kamps, '24 - fWife's maiden name, Alene Hedbergy Purchasing Agent for Timber Co.. 565 Fowler St. . Raymond. Washington. Alice Knick, '33 - Mrs. Elmer Kanz. Army Personnel Office, Box 506, Cocoli, Canel Zone. Charles Knick, '35 - fWife's maiden name, Eunice Machy Gen. Del. . N. Richland, Washington. James Knick. '42 - fWife's maiden name, Beverly Wulfj Station Attendant, Plentywood, Montana. Thomas Knick. '48 - fWife's maiden name, May Koffiej 320 Fairview, Dayton, Ohio. June Knick, '50 - Mrs. Dick Hobby, Bainville, Montana. Viola Knudsen. '26 - Mrs. Martin Nelsen, Teaching, McCabe, Montana. Alma Knudsen, '37 - Mrs. Alma Sleven, Postmisness, Froid, Montana. Benna Krogedal. '35 - Mrs. Leslie Busby, Pine Creek Route, Livingston, Montana. Bemadine Krogedal, '53 - Telephone Operator, Plentywood, Montana. Laveme Krohmer, '52 - Farming, Homestead, Montana. Clayton Kveseth. '42 - fWife's maiden name. Doris Paulsonj F.U. Station Mgr. , Froid, Montana. Lorin Kveseth, '53 - Deceased. Rudell Kveseth, '48 - Farmers Union Oil Station, Froid, Montana. Ralph l.aMar, '49 - fWife's maiden name, Helen Pieada Sotaj 8915 112 Santa Fe Avenue. Los Angeles, Califomia. Allen Larson, '49 - Farming, Route 1, Box 153. Yacolt, Washington. Joyce Larson, '53 - Telephone Operator, Plentywood, Montana. Ralph Laughlin, '37 - Garage Mechanic, Moorhead, Minnesota. Ruby Laughlin. '37 - Mrs. Morris Billehus, Scobey, Montana. Hjalmer Lee, '36 - Cody Power and Gas Company, 1219 Sunshine Ave. , Cody, Wyoming. Hjordice Lee. '32 - Mrs. Armand Tonn, SY Ranch, Miles City, Montana. Hulda Lee, '31 - Mrs. Henry Jardine, 174 S. Rosemead Blvd.. Pasadena. California. John Lee. '42 - House Mover, Froid, Montana.. Nita Lee, '45 - Mrs. Gus Fjeseth, Editor of Froid Weekly, Froid, Montana. Selma Lee, '39 - Mrs. D.l-i. Skinner, Box 97, London Bridge, Virginia. Solveig l.ee, '34 - Mrs. M.J. Roth, Secretary, Jordon, Montana. Arthur Lien, '36 - Big Ben, Kansas. Delmar Lien, '50 - A!2c Delmar C. Lien, 2275 T.l-l. , M. and N. Squadron, Beale A.F. Base, Califomia Delores Lien, '48 - Mrs.-,Chauncey Davidson, Froid, Montana. Lawrence Lindberg, '30 - fWife's maiden name, Helen Wermacherj Mining, Rt. 3, Kalispell, Montana. Larry Lindberg. '52 - Student, Minot State Teachers College, Minot, North Dakota. Marion Lindberg. '50 - Mrs. Howard Martini, Trenton, North Dakota. larry bodmell, '52 - Student, Kinman Business University, Spokane, Washington. Mary Loucks. '41 - Assistant Cashier at Bank, Froid, Montana. John boucks. '35 - fWife's maiden name, Bemita Snyderj 219 42nd St. , Rapid City, South Dakota. Ray Luebke. '31 - fWife's maiden name, Grace Krohmerj Blacksmith, Froid, Montana. Josephine Luft, '51 - Mrs. Harvey Chell, Froid, Montana. Donald McCabe. '40 - Farming, Froid, Montana. Thomas McCabe, '40 - fWife's maiden name, Hope Bradshawj Farming, Honestead, Montana. Mavis McCabe. '41 - Mrs. Ward Hohn, Fromberg, Montana. Edith McLaughlin. '26 - Teaching, Ursuline Convent, Miles City, Montana. Elizabeth McLaughlin. '25 - Mrs. Martin Reynen. Froid, Montana. Audrey McNeil, '31 - Mrs. Ralph Bjorge, Culbertson, Montana. Dallas McNeil, '35 - fWife's maiden name, Evelyn Bahnj Bar Operator, Froid, Montana. James McNeil, '40 - fWife's maiden name, Phillis Winter, Farming, Froid, Montana. Marguerite McNeil, '40 - Mrs. Art Perman. 2663 4th Ave.. San Francisco, California. Esther Madsen, '25 - Mrs. E.V. Nordman, Bank, Froid, Montana. Osta Madsen. '23 - Teaching, Froid, Montana. Hazel Masters, '33 - Mrs. Carsten Beck, Culbertson, Montana. Hazel Midthun. '29 - Mrs. Hazel Brown, Seattle, Washington. Elmer Midthun. '44 - Student, Montana State University, Missoula, Montana. Kermit Midthun. '38 - fWife's maiden name, benore Lariay Kermit Midthun Esq., American Embassy, Colombo, Ceylon, cfo Foreign Service Mail Room. Robert Midthun. '29 - fWife's maiden name, Delores Bradfordy Publicity Man, Bureau of Reclamation, 722 Douglas Road, Lincoln Village, Stockton, Califomia. Edith Miller, '26 - Mrs. Steve McDermot, 2070 Capital St. , Salem, Oregon. Ethel Miller, .'25 - Mrs. Clifford Jones, Box 120, Rt. 3, Salem, Oregon. Eunice Miller, '37 - Mrs. Victor Lenard, Box 554, Fort Brag, California. Florence Miller, '23 - Mrs. V.E. Young, 520 lst Ave. N. E., Minot, North Dakota. John Miller, '32 - fWife's maiden name, Kathryn Hekkelj Farming, Froid, Montana. Margaret Miller, '28 - Mrs. Dutch Stephens, Valier, Montana. Alma Mogen, '34 - Mrs. Melvin Rygg, 305 Adams St. , Helena, Montana. Gertie Mogen, '34 - Mrs. Emil Parizek, No. 5 Roell Block, Minot, North Dakota. Norma Jean Mogen, '52 - Student, Montana State College, Bozeman, Montana. Edwin Moothart, '35 - fWife's maiden name, Adeline Myrfieldj St. Hillaire, Minnesota. Richard Moothart, '36 - fWife's maiden name, Mabel Johnsonj 12119 Grayston Ave. , Norwalk, California Vivian Moothart, '34 - Mrs. Alfred Hoye, Columbia Falls, Montana. Beulah Muessman, '34 - Mrs. Carl Teeters, Culbertson, Montana. Carol Nayes, '45 - Mrs. Hilrnan Dahl, 200 E. 66 Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Evelyn Nayes, '47 - Mrs. Morris Anderson, 105k 4th St. N., Glasgow, Montana. Lucille Nayes, '44 - Mrs. Milton Lien, Glasgow, Montana. Clarence Nelsen, '35 - Minot, North Dakota. Hans Nelsen, '36 - fWife's maiden name, Harriet Nyquistj Implement Business, Poplar, Montana. Duane Nelson, '48 - Farming, Homestead, Montana. Ida Nelson,' 27 - Deceased. Janice Nelson, '40 - Mrs. Art Elvsaas, Froid, Montana. Lorraine Nelson, '41 - Mrs. Burton Ostby, Froid, Montana. Mabel Nelson, '37 - Mrs. Marion Childers, 821 N. 22 St. , Billings, Montana. Melvin Nelson, '48 - Farming, Homestead, Montana. Virgil Nelson, '46 - Oil Station Attendant, Kalispell, Montana. Violet Nelson, '32 - Mrs. Harry Peterson, Telephone Operator, Sidney, Montana. Otis Nelson, '37 - CWife's maiden name, Evelyn Knudtsenj Elevator Manager, Culbertson, Montana. Betty Lou Nordman, '46 - Mrs. Ervin Wulf, 864 Avon, Sheridan, Wyoming, Marilyn Nordman,'49 - Mrs. Marilyn Martinson, Froid, Montana. Doris Norton, '40 - Mrs. Paul D. Miller, Box 590, Laramie, Wyoming. Dorothy Norton, '40 - Mrs. Bill Miller, Outlook, Montana. Robert Nyquist, '44 - fWife's maiden name, Ruth Ryderj Farming, Bainville, Montana. Carter Nyquist, '43 - fWife's maiden name, Mary Ellen Johnsonj Sales Department, Valley Motor, 315 S. Central, Sidney, Montana. James Nyquist, '49 - Student, Rocky Motmtain College, Billings, Montana. Kenneth Nyquist, '44 - fWife's maiden name, Kay Nacyj Farming, Froid, Montana. Richard Nyquist, '40 - fWife's maiden name, Francis Benjaminj Accountant, J. L. King Co. , fChina Importersj 608 S. Minerva, Royal Oak, Michigan. Thomas Nyquist, '49 - P.F.C. Thomas Nyquist, U.S. 56120100, Hq. and Hq. Co. 29 R C T, A. P. O. 331, cfo P. M. , San Francisco, California. Birgit Odden, '26 - Mrs. Herb Ryder, Froid, Montana. Irwin Odden, '26 - fWife's maiden name, Phylis Ellingsonj Implement Dealer, 1313 E, 2nd St. , Rugby, North Dakota. Mabel Odden, '29 - Mrs. Clifford Mawhinney, Wolf Point, Montana. Dorothy Olson, '35 - Mrs. Pete Heidema, Route 3, Box 330, Billings, Montana. Eugene Olson, '52 - Student, Montana State College, Bozeman, Montana. Gladys Olson, '34 - Mrs Herb Mangis, 74 W. 3rd St., Lovell, Wyoming. Gladys Olson, '22 - Mrs. Weaver Clack, Box 496, Basin, Wyoming. Hardin Olson, '27 - Col. Hardin Olson, Commanding Off. , 34th ln.f. Regt. 24th Div. , A.P.O. 24, San Francisco, California. John Olson, '26 - Storekeeper, 2125 8th Ave. N. , Billings, Montana. Violet Olson, '44 - Mrs. Charles Wynia, 174 Forty Ave. , Havre, Montana. Stella Olson, '27 - Homestead, Montana. Burton Ostby, '40 - fWife's maiden name, Lorraine Nelsony Farming, Froid, Montana. Emery Ostby, '31 - fWife's maiden name, Sigrid Thompsonj Farming, Dagrnar, Montana. Marion Ostby, '30 - fWife's maiden name, Margaret Ryggj Farming, McCabe, Montana. Muriel Patswald, '25 - Mrs. Leon Fough, Plentywood, Montana. John Paulson, '44 - fWife's maiden name, Helen Tachsj Northside Safeway Store, 625 1st Ave. N. . Great Falls, Montana. Richard Paulson, '39 - G. T. A. , 914 James Ave. , St. Paul, Minnesota. Stella Peterson, '44 - Mrs. Bert Slrmaker, Wolf Point, Montana. Harriet Peile, -'33 - Mrs. E. L. Kallbacka, Supervisor at the Westem Union, 420 S. E. Grand, Apt. 406, Portland, Oregon. Jesse Peile, '29 - fWife's maiden name, Iona Whitey Accountant, 2359 N.W. Glisan, Portland, Oregon laura Peile, '36 - Mrs, 0.L. Uhlenkott, 418 Monroe, Helena, Montana, Neoma Peile, '33 - Mrs. George M. Hall, 1616 Maurice Ave. , Missoula, Montana. Edmond Petersen, '40 - 516 Sig. Co. , A. P.O. 174, New York, New York. Margaret Pilz, '35 - Address Unknown. Alben Portra, '47 - Address Unknown. Ida Portra, '41 - Mrs, J.H. McDaniel, Rt. 3, Box 440, Parkville, Missouri. Delima Portra, '39 - Mrs. Joe Martin, Jr. , 10 Helen Green S.W. , Washington 24, D.C. Richard Portra. '51 - A!3c, A.P. l94204l, Hq. Sqdn. Sect. OCAMA, Tinker A.F.B. , Oklahoma. l.ora Portra, '47 - Sec'y. 1426 M St. N.W. , Room 2048, Manchester Apt. Hotel, Washington, D.C. Norbert Portra, Jr. , '46 - fWife's maiden name, Roma Wulij Farming. Froid, Montana. Ross E. Price, '26 - Dr. Ross Price, Graduate School of Religion, Pasadena, California. Arvade Priebe, '39 - fWife's maiden name, Flo Arvidsonj Farming, Froid, Montana. Jane Ann Priebe, '50 - Mrs. Wallace Samuelson, Brockton, Montana. Lois Purvis, '46 - Mrs. Jim O'Toole, Froid, Montana. Blanche Rasmussen, '39 - Mrs. Gerald Cobbin, Culbertson, Montana. Hazel Rasmusen, '34 - Mrs. Charles Holte, Poplar, Montana. Marie Rasmussen, '37 - Mrs. Eugene Clemens, 933-1!4 Evergreen Ave. , South Gate, Califomia. Mildred Rasmussen, '39 - Mrs. Hank Kilsdonk, McCabe, Montana. Ralph Rasmussen, '35 - fWife's maiden name, Iona Krohmery Farming, Culbertson, Montana. Violet Rasmussen, '38 - Mrs. Joe Lyseng, Froid, Montana. Elfreda Reiter, '33 - City Clerk, 713 2nd St. S.W. , Rochester, Minnesota. Ella Reiter, '30 - Mrs. Allen Zimmerman, Poplar, Montana. Est.her Reiter, '36 - Mrs. Burr Monrad, Rt. 1, Box 503 C, Spanoway, Washington. Lorraine Reiter, '38 - Mrs. Byron Lee, 10521 12th Ave. N.W. , Seattle 77, Washington. Tommy Reynen, '47 - CWife's maiden name, Patricia Desorcyy Farming, Froid, Montana. Alice Richwine. '34 - Mrs. Herb Snellman, wa11a Walla, Washington. Calvin Richwine, '35 - CWife's maiden name, Gladys Gangstadj Farming, Froid, Montana. Lola Richwine, '32 - Mrs. Lawrence McCauley, Rockford, Washington. Evangeline Rogney, '25 - Mrs. Bill Casper, Polson, Montana. Evelyn Rogney, '33 - Mrs. Maurice Berry, 320 Broadwater, Billings, Montana. Lloyd Rogney, '31 - fWi.fe's maiden name, Dorothy Kingj Depot Agent at Dore, North Dakota, resides at Fairview, Montana. Rosabel Rogney, '31 - Mrs. R.V. Selvage, Box 639, Bozeman, Montana. George Ronning, '38 - Deceased, Marion Ronning, '40 - Mrs. Gerald Sathre, Nurse, Williston, North Dakota. Norman Ronning, '44 - Farming, Bainville, Montana. Wassel Ronning, '42 - Farming, Bainville, Montana. Fred Roy, '40 - 460 Chambers, E1 Cajon, California. Viola Rudolph, '41 - Mrs. Roy Schuetze, Froid, Montana. Steve Rudolph, '37 - fWife's maiden name, Zita Tubmanj Steve's Chevrolet, Froid, Montana. Dora Rued, '31 - Mrs. Walter Anderson, 801 W. Clark St. , Livingston, Montana. Margaret Rued, '33 - Mrs. Winford Frailey, 1117 4th St. , Napa, California. Adeline Ryder, '24 -Mrs. Sig Moe, 414-0 St. N. E. , Aubum, Washington. Alfred Ryder, '31 - fWife's maiden name, lrene Frenchj Storekeeper, Froid, Montana. Betty Mae Ryder, '41 - Mrs. Gabian Nyquist, Glasgow, Montana. Edith Ryder, '48 - Mrs. Jim Phair, Froid, Montana. lvell Ryder, '53 - Student, Montana State University, Missoula, Montana. Josephine Ryder, '26 - Mrs. Walter Burt, Wolf Point, Montana. Ruby Ryder, '22 - Mrs. Ruby Kirk, 2323 W. Lovejoy, Portland 10, Oregon. Ruth Ryder, '44 - Mrs. Bob Nyquist, Bainville, Montana. Edith Ryerson, '25 - Secretary at Richmond Hosiery Mills, 1005 S. Crest Road, Rossville, Georgia. Patricia Ryerson, '46 - Mrs. Bob French, Medicine Lake, Montana. Dorothy Schlagel, '36 - Mrs. Earl Schmidt, The Dalles, Oregon. Clara Schlagel, '43 - Mrs. Roy V. Miller, 100001 Pescadero Ave. , South Gate, California. Esther Schlagel, '39 - Mrs. Wm. Broach, 14842 Holden Way, Los Gatos, California. Helen Schlagel, '52 - Cashier in Penney's Store, 103-7th St. , S. E. , Sidney, Montana Helen Schnitzler, '34 - Mrs. Dalton Sullivan, Froid, Montana Jim Schulz, '47 - fWife's maiden name, Irene Pagettj PFC. James G, Schulz, U, S. 56120097, 759 Med, Det. , A. P. O. 217, clo Postmaster, New York, New York. Lorraine Schulz, '38 - Mrs. William Coe, Froid, Montana, Robert Schulz, '40 - CWife's maiden name, Elinor Berghj Farming, Froid, Montana, Agnes Scott, '26 - Mrs, Robert Zick, Kalispell, Montana. Eleanor Scott, '22 - Mrs. Forrest E. Hamilton, Summer, Washington. Helen Scott, '38 - Mrs. Herbert Young, Whitefish, Montana. Lucille Scott, '38 - Mrs. Alf Lien, Froid, Montana, Lydia Scott, '24 - Mrs. Stan Taylor, Breton, Alberta, Canada. Marjorie Scott, '39 - Mrs. Fay Crusch, Bainville, Montana. Severine Scott, '22 - Mrs. Art Coats, 3292 Washington Way, Longview, Washington. Shirley Scott, '53 - Student, Eastern Montana College, Billings, Montana. William Scott, '46 - Farm Hand, Homestead, Montana, Fern Shoemaker, '25 - Mrs, Robert Mohler, McPherson, Kansas. E3-Il Showers. '24 - Hearing Aid Salesman, 511 East Chestnut, Walla Walla, Washington, Eugene Skarie, '31 - fWife 's maiden name, Virginia Davisy Skarie, Inc. , 707 Howard St. , Baltimore, Maryland. Beverly Skillingberg, '47 - Teaching, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho, Helen Skillingberg, '45 - Mrs, Almont Harvey, Homestead, Montana Bertrand Slunaker, '41 -CWlfe's maiden name, Stella Petersonl Hanson's Imp. , Wolf Point, Montana. Kathryn Slunaker, '41 - Mrs, George Waters, Froid, Montana. Robert Sllmaker, '37 - Deceased. Elizabeth Sorenson, '24 - Mrs. Beth Cameron, Teacher, 5033 N. Interstate, Portland, Oregon. Eugene Sorenson, '38 - fWlfe's maiden name, Ruth Holmj Accountant, Maple Valley, Washington. Douglas Sorenson, '44 - fWife's maiden name, June Tasaj Farming, Froid, Montana. Mercedine Sorenson, '42 - Mrs. Wilbur Grovom, Box 433, Roundup, Montana. Phyllis Sorenson, '48 - Mrs. Frank Reuter, Medicine Lake, Montana. Elmo Stevens, '23 - Mrs. Edmonds Geiser, 98 Via Encanto, Monterey, California. Doyle Strandlund, '42 - Radio Repairman for Forest Service, V.S. F.E. , Libby, Montana. Shirley Strandlund, '46 - Mrs. Ned Wagner, Box 236. Winston, Oregon. Elsie Sturm, '48 - Mrs, O. B. Olson, Montana Dakota Utilities, Wolf Point, Montana. Clara Sturm, '45 - Mrs. Mickey Wagner, Sidney, Montana. Dalton Sullivan, '33 - fWife's maiden name, Helen Schnitzlerj Ranch Manager, Froid, Montana. John Sullivan, '34 - Engineer on Bonneville Power, Shelton, Washington. Mildred Sullivan, '36 - Mrs, Lathel Dial, Richland, Washington, Patricia Sullivan, '53 - Froid, Montana. Dora Sundvold. '40 - Mrs. Amold Skogen, Cartwright, North Dakota, cfo Clarence Skogen. Lillian Sundvold. '40 - Mrs. Stanley Urdahl, Homestead, Montana. Aril Sunwall, '37 - fWife's maiden name, Inger Jensenj Farming. Froid, Montana. Elvina Sunwall, '42 - Bookkeeper, Hospital Laboratory, 823 N. 28th, Billings, Montana. Lief Sunwall, '40 - fWife's maiden name, Francis Haverlyj Farming, Homestead, Montana. Miriam Sunwall, '39 - Mrs. Ernest fRev.j Erickson, Bongor, Par Yagoua Maroua, French Cameroun. Nils Sunwall, '28 - Missionary, The Evangelical Alliance Mission. 35 Min, Cheng Li Hua Lein Kong, Tauivan, Formosa. Ruth Sxmwall, '38 - Missionary fEnglish Teacherj 1-Chome Honcho, Sakata City. Yama Gata, Prefuture Japan. Samuel Slniwall, '44 - fWife's maiden name, Doris Staley Conrad. Montana. Thelma Sunwall, '35 - Mrs. Roy Erickson fRev.j Garoua, French Cameroun. West Africa. Oscar Svendsen, '31 - fWife's maiden name, Maude Kincaidy Bank Cashier, Froid, Montana. Art Swanson, '28 - fWife's maiden name, Bernice Tubmany Farming, Froid, Montana. Evelyn Swanson, '33 - Mrs. Bob Gilmor. 815 8th Ave. N., Great Falls. Montana. Edla Swanson, '26 - Mrs. Ed Mogen, Froid, Montana. Olga Swanson, '28 - Mrs. Bamey Reynolds, Box 1186, Ephrata, Washington. Gladys Tasa, '27 - Mrs. Laveme Waller. 4480 Chestnut Court 139122. Seattle 8, Washington. June Tasa. '43.- Mrs. Douglas Sorensen, McCabe, Montana. Marion Tasa, '32 - Mrs. H.J. Ritter, 1010 Woodley Place. Falls Church. Virginia. Rosella Tasa, '34 - Mrs. D.C. Howard, 111217 S.E. Stark, Portland 16. Oregon. Daniel Thompson, '39 - qWife's maiden name, Doris Bohmj Culbertson, Montana. Irene Thompson. '31 - Mrs. Irene Powell, Bank, Culbertson, Montana. lavina Thompsm, '35 - Box 17, Watson Annex, Missoula, Montana. Orvin Thompson, '35 - fWlfe's maiden name, Myrtle Valderj Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Gladys Thorpe, '42 - Mrs. Chester Tibbets, Teacher, Williston, North Dakota. Dmald Tipp, '47 - DC 3c 555-36-32 U. S.S, Gen. Wri Mitchell QT-AP-1141 F. P. O. , San Francisco, Califomia. George Tipp, '52 - Student, Montana State University, 1700 Defoe Street, Missoula, Montana. Raymond Tipp, '48 - A llc R. P. Tipp AF 17294684,3610 Ane. Sqdn. Box 339, Harlingen, Texas. Virginia Tipp, '51 - Clerk in Grocery Store, 1700 Defoe St. , Missoula, Montana. Eva Joy Triplett, '53 - Mrs. Ray Harris, 5017 N. Martin St. , Spokane, Washington. Leo Triplett, '26 - fWife's maiden name, Doris Hollyj Lumberyark, Froid, Montana. Dean Tschache, '35 - Elevator, Hamilton, Montana. Doris Tschache, '32 - Mrs. Doris Lindberg, Note Teller for American Trust Bank, 5 English St. , Peta- lrnna, California. Elaine Tschache, '37 - Mrs. Arthur Sampson, Teacher, 1112 Frost Lane, Peekskill, New York. Milton Tschache, '32 - Columbia Electric Co. , 123 S. Wall St. , Spokane 8, Washington. Raymcnd Tschache, '42 - Standard Oil Co. , in San Francisco, 2324 E. 21st St. , Oakland, California. Grace Ttmison, '40 - Mrs. Marvin Sundheim, Froid, Montana. Murray Trmison, '30 - Bar, Culbertson, Montana. Phoebe Tunison, '23 - Mrs. Hans Bergstrom, Nashua, Montana. James Urdahl, '48 - fWife's maiden name, Phyllis Rhubarbj 1031 Stonewall St. , New Bratmfels, Texas. Victor Vaupel, '35 - QWife's maiden name, Idelia Schlissnerj Havre, Montana. Evelyn Vaupel, '33 - Mrs. Arnold Hendrickson, Wagner, Montana. Cecil Waldron, '24 - fWife's maiden name, Eldeane Anderson, Metallurgist for Eureka William Corp, , Bloomington, Illinois, 801 Apple Street, Norman, Illinois. Howard Waldron, '36 - CWife's maiden name, Julia M. Pickurelj Associate Editor for Engineering and Mining Journal, 175 W. 93, New York 25, New York. Irene Waldron, '28 - Mrs. Edward Orkfritz, Bridgeport, Califomia. Margaret Waldron, '32 - Mrs. Dent Gwinn, 719 Loma Drive, Lodi, California. Mary Walker, '26 - Mrs. Fred La Roque, Rt. 2, Kalispell, Montana. Donald Wallander, '36 - fWife's maiden name, Lillian Overbeaj Carpenter, Williston, North Dakota. Greg Wallander, '52 - Student, Montana State University, Missoula, Montana. Jerry Wallander, '42 - Lawyer, Wolf Point, Montana. Wilma Wallander, '39 - Mrs. Frank Gilroy, 2272 S, 10th St. West, Missoula, Montana. Rose Wallander, '24 - Mrs. Oscar Lind, Clarissa, Montana, Claire Waller, '38 - Froid Implement, Froid, Montana. Eugene Waller, '33 - CWife's maiden name, Esther Folvagj Farming, Froid, Montana. Joel Waller, '43 - Deceased. Marion Waller, '28 - Mrs. Martin Gronlie, 3818 Arbaledo St. , Pasadena 8, California. George Waters, '41 - fWife's maiden name, Kathyrn Slunakerj Farming, Froid, Montana. Vemon Waters, '40 - Deceased. Clarence Weberg, '31 - fWife's maiden name, LaVem Fleischmanj Office Manager and Accountant, 305 E. Works St. , Sheridan, Wyoming. Alice Wekander, '33 - Mrs. Wrn. J. Anderson, 111 Oak St. , Libby, Montana. Eugene Wekander, '38 - fWife's maiden name, Joan Voightj Minister, Danneborg, Nebraska. lrene Wekander, '34 - Teacher at Glendive, 314 W. Harmon St. , Sidney, Montana. Ella Wessner, '39 - Mrs. Ervin Rahmeller, 1708 Gardena Blvd. , Gardena, California. lola Westberg, '52 - Student, Northern Montana College, Havre, Montana. Anita Wheeler, '33 - Mrs. Leon Muessman, Poplar Hospital, Poplar, Montana. Danny Wheeler, '41 - Testing Equipment, Hewlett-Packard Co. , Palo Alto 4455 El Camino Real, Los Altos, Califomia. Elsie Wheeler, '33 - Mrs. Dave Bartley, Billings, Montana. James Wheeler, '42 - Farming, Froid, Montana. Blanche Wlkum, '46 - Mrs. James Maness, Helen Apts, 28, Helena, Montana. ltmis Wlkum, '46 - Mrs. Roger Faulk, Magnolia, Arkansas. Beverly Wulf, '42 - Mrs. J.J. Knick, Plentywood, Montana, Ioan Wulf, '40 - Mrs. Roscoe Knutsen, Homestead, Montana. Marlys Wulf, '48 - Froid, Montana. Meredith Wulf, '53 - Nrnse's Training, Rosary Hall, Miles City, Montana. 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' y1,T::'.v.::::'- - f " ' , I ' - Z I' . 61 be - 3 A Q 3' J 5 , E-1 Q5 ' Q 9? W ' A 3 ff Q I s ws f X ' , Se if wr 9015 -wgmg GORDON N. ANDERSON B. M. , Concordia College Superintendent Junior and Senior Band Girls' Glee Club ELMER PAULSON Montana State College Vo-Ag I. H, and Ill World History F.F.A. Advisor 2 Y as.-Q. ii MRS. IEANNE ANDERSON B,S,, University of Idaho Home Ec. I, Il, III, Seventh, Eighth F.H.A. Advisor Freshman Advisor MRS. MURIEL REUTER B,A,, Minot Teachers College Typing I and II English II and IV Bookkeeping Senior Advisor Pep Club Advisor Annual Advisor ' Flash Advisor OSTA MADSEN B.A,, Montana University High School Principal English I and Ill Algebra Present Day Problems Dramatics Il1Di0I Advisor Flash Advisor Student Council Advisor RICHARD SOLGA B.S. , Minot Teachers College Chemistry General Science U.S. History Drivers' Training Coach and Physical Ed. Sophomore Advisor S' ,ll-f' V sa, , MRS HELEN BUCKENDAHL Fusr Grade Home St Cloud Mmnesota LOUISE HERIGSTAD Fourth Grade Home - Mohall, North Dakota '14 xf I f , cgi, J 6 SQ-X CLARICE ALLSHOUSE Second Grade Home - Berthold, North Dakota DONNA MOLINE Fifth Grade Home - Williston, North Dakota xx X ax MRS, BONNA OLSEN Thrrd Grade Home - Froid, Montana .0-v X1 X H K MARY JANE DARLAND Sixth Grade Home - Frotd, Montana THEODORE ROLLING Seventh Grade Home - Ivanhoe, Minnesota 'Q-13,3 S WILLIAM COE Eighth Grade Home - Missoula Montana f M' of id ,,.r.,,,,,,w. ? N .. J MQW! -' ,nf Nw Standing: Richard Solga, Gordon Anderson, Louise Herigstad, Theodore Rolling, Jeanne Anderson, Elmer Paulson. Seated: Osta Madsen, Donna Moline, Clarice Allshouse, Muriel Reuter, Bomia Olsen, William Coe. Absent from picture: Mary Jane Darland and Mrs. Helen Buckendahl. N fi , . Wm.. NAOMA BUCKENDAHL Class Secretary-Treasurer 2 Pep Club Treasurer 4 Student Council qSocia.l Chairman 4 Queen qCandidatej 2 FHA 2 FHA Song Leader 2 Twirler 2 Pep Club 1.2.3.4 Class Plays 3.4 Annual Staff 4 Flash Staff 3.4 Physical Education 1. 2 Glee Club 2 Voice 1.2 A baton isn't the only thing she can twist around her finger." ADELINE HEKKEL Class Secretary-Treasurer 1 Class Secretary 4 Co Editor for Annual 4 Baud Secretary 4 Queen QCa.ndidatej 3.4 Pep Club 1.2.3.4 Band 1 2 3.4 Glee Club 2.4 Flash Staff 3.4 Annual Staff 4 Librarian 1.2.3.4 Physical Education 1. 2 Student Council 4 Tournament Band 2 Class Plays 3.4 As fnednly as friendly can be." LEONA LUEBKE Class President 2 Band 1.2.3.4 Band Vice President 4 FHA 1.2 FHA Treasurer 1 Student Council 3 Office Assistant 4 Queen qCa.ndidatej 2.3.4 Glee Club 2 Pep Club 1.2.3.4 Flash Staff 3.4 Annual staff 4 Class Plays 2.3.4 Physical Education 1. 2 Salutatorian Lead her to a task and conquer it she will." wx x wk? - 3 LLOYD MOGEN FFA 2.3.4 Annual Staff 4 Flash Staff 3 if Class Plays 3.4 'al Glee Club 2 Football 3.4 Q21 'x ROMAIN RY DER Class President 1 FFA 2.3.4 FFA Reporter 2 FFA Vice President 4 oar l Flash sr:-.ff 3.4 Annual Staff 4 Glee Club 2 Class Plays 3.4 Basketball 1.2.3.4 Football 1.3.4 Baseball 1.3 'I love work- -I could hours." Delegate to FFA State Convention 3 'Teachers and classrooms are my only ob- jections to education." JUDY REITER Student Council Secretary 4 FHA 1.2 FHA Song Leader 1 FHA State Delegate 1 Silver Key Uournalismy 3 Declamations 1.2.3 Student Council 2.4 Student Council Secretary 4 Glee Club 2.4 Pep Club 1.2.3.4 Tournament Band 2 Band 1.2.3.4 Physical Education 1. 2 Extemp. Speaking fThird placey 4 Annual Staff 4 Flash Staff 3.4 Class Plays 3.4 Voice 1.2 A head packed full of brains and a heart packed full of sunshine." Delegate to FFA State Convention 4 sit and watch if for IIMMIE WESTBERG Class President 3.4 Student Council 3 OLIVER URDAHL Class Vice President 2.4 Student Council Representative 2 FFA 2.3 Flash Staff 3.4 Annual staff 4 Class Play 3 Glee Club 2 Basketball 3.4 Football 2.3.4 A "Country Gentlerna.n'g also a 'Ladies' Home Companion'." Student Council Vice President 2 Class Vice President 2 FFA 2.3 FFA Secretary 3 Class Plays 3.4 Flash Staff 3.4 Flash Editor 3 Annual Staff 4 Annual Co-Editor 4 Band 1.2.3.4 Glee Club 2 Basketball 3.4 Football 2.3.4 Track 2 Valedictorian He goes on the theory that a football team isn't the only place you need a good line." FARRELL WULF Class Secretary-Treasurer 3 Class Treasurer 4 FFA 2.4 FFA Secretary 2 Delegate to FFA State Convention 4 Flash Staff 3.4 Annual Staff 4 Class Plays 3.4 Glee Club 2 Basketball 3.4 Football 2, 3,4 Baseball 1.3 Track 2 'My middle name is Work, but my first name is 'DON"I"." 4-. '4- ,YGV -' V r +R nJ3'f"N "-,. . ,.! -U I T". +L x 5 1 1 .0 , I H . -,. av J. a J fu ' J .4 ,nxx k 4 'x' 3 Jx ' A v aw"-5 - g x l I H 92 Q ' 90 v EM' ' A". Q' J - ' 4 . ,J . ,. g., ,f. ,A lhzviu 'Y PJQ REV- -".Jf'n Q H .- My ,t ,A I . I tv.-1 COMMENCEMENT Thtusday, May 20. 1954 Processional - - ---------------- ---- M ary Jane Darland Invocation - - ----- -------- - - Reverend Mark Emswiler Salutatory --------------- ------- Le ona Luebke Selection, 'Ma Curly Headed Baby' - - - ------- Glee Club Valedictory ------------------------------ Jimmie Westberg Selection, 'Empire State March' ------------------------- Band Commencement Address ----- Dr. C.C. Swain, President, State Teachers' College Minot, North Dakota Selection, 'Paw Paw Patch' -------- ------ G lee Club Presentation of Certificates of Promotion - - - - - William Coe Presentation of Class ------------------------- Miss Osta Madsen Presentation of Diplomas - - - - Goodwin Bergh, Chairman of Board of Education Annotmcement of Honors - - - -------- Superintendent G,N, Anderson Benediction -------- ------ Re verend Mark Emswiler Recesslonal - - --------------- - - -Mary Jane Darland BACCALAUREATE SERVICE Sunday, May 16, 1954 Processional - - - - - - Invocation ---- 'Prayer Perfect' - - Scripture Lesson ---- Baccalaureate Sermon - - 'Lift Thine Eyes' - - - Benediction ----- Recessional - - ---- - - - - - - Mary lane Darland - - Reverend E. Leivestad ------- G1eeClub - - Reverend E. Leivestad - - Reverend E. Leivestad --------GleeClub - - Reverend E. Leivestad -------- -- MaryJaneDarland CLASS NIGHT PROGRAM Tuesday, May 18. 1954 Scenes: Porch on Moon, 1969 Lawn of Froid School, 1969 Class History ------------- Clarinet Solo, 'Medley of Songs' - Class Prophecy ----------- Song, 'Oh, You Beautiful Doll' - - Song, 'Till We Meet Again' - - Sneak Day ------------- Accordion Solo, 'Medley of Songs' Class Will ------------- Song. 'That Crazy Mixed Up Song' Class Poem -------------- Class Song ftune to 'Changing Partne Presentation of Gift to School - - - Presentation of Class Key - - - 1'S'J ---------- RomainRyder Lloyd Mogen, and Oliver Urdahl -----------LeonaLuebke -----------IudyReiter ---------------Girls ----------------- All Farrell Wulf and Jimmie Westberg - - - - - - - - Naoma Buckendahl Adeline Hekkel and Leona Luebke - ---------------- Boys - Naoma Buckendahl ----------All --------- Jimmiewestberg Jimmie Westberg, Senior President to Dennis Paulson, Junior President 6 Wm This is Space Fort, "Froid High School," ofthe future, where space cadets are trained in the hazards of space flying. With Miss Annabelle Stanton as our space engineer, we began building our rocketship with fifteen cadets. They were Randall Hanson, Ronald Hoye, Johnnie Jensen, Lloyd Mogen, Dennis Paulson, Fred Tobiason, Jimmie Westberg, Farrell Wulf, Gladys Gladue, Doris Glaze, Leona Luebke, Mary Jane Pattison, Louise Peterson, Judith Reiter, and Violet Sundvold. The second year Miss Alta M. Oien became our cadet advisor. That same year we finished our rocketship, with the help of six new cadets, who were Garald Boyd, Wilbur Tohiason, Roger Grovom, Romain Ryder, Robert Kvestad, and Gloria Kvestad, and "swoosh." We took our first trip from Earth, which was to the Sun. Robert and Gloria didn't make the trip with us for they were transferred to another rocketship. While journeying on to the Moon, Leona M. Miller took over the job as rocket engineer. Along the way we picked up another air cadet, who was Lester Mogen, and we lost Garald Boyd and Randall Hanson who seemed to have missed the ship on the Moon. Traveling on to Mars with Leona Miller and Annabelle Haas was most enjoyable although a funny thing happened. As the rocketship took off, we had sixteen cadets, counting the new passengers--Adeline Hekkel, Joyce Tasa, Robert Purvis, and LeRoy Johnson--but when we landed we had seventeen because Jean Eliason had come upon the ship when we had nearly finished our journey. Jupiter was jumping when Mr. Robert Reuter took over the controls of the rocketship. Three more cadets were added to the crew--Sylvia Knick, Kenneth Eschenbacher, and Arthur Haycraft-- but still "we sailed through the air with the greatest of ease." Again with Mr. Robert Reuter as our instructor, we were off like a "flash" to Venus. Arthur and Kenneth couldn't make this trip, because the atmosphere seemed to have been too heavy for them. However, all of the rest of us enjoyed the trip. Traveling on through space with the help and advising of Mrs. Trudy Wheeler, our next stop was Uranus. Merlin Hunter, joined us and became one of the many cadets in our rocketship. Due to the roughness of the ride caused by the air pockets, several of the cadets were grounded. Many cadets were worried, but excited because this was the proving ground, Neptune, which would determine whether they could continue on with their trip. The space pilot, Oscar Boeshans, issued each of the following cadets with a passport transferring them to the huge rocketship, "F.H.S." Among the graduates in the class of 1950 were: Lloyd Mogen, Robert Purvis, Romain Ryder, Wilbur Tohiason, Jimmie Westberg, Farrell Wulf, Doris Glaze, Adeline Hekkel, Leona Luebke, Mary Jane Pattison, Judy Reiter, and Sally Knick. Propelled by the limitless powers of atomic energy, under the steady hand of commander Robert H. Stock, the mighty new space ship rocketed away to Mercury on her four year inter- planetary cruise. After the take-off a beautiful dedication ceremony was held with many notables aboard. From another rocketship came Oliver Urdahl, Naoma Buckendahl, and Harold Grovom, who became members of our planeteers. To be more efficient in our space duties, the following cadets held official p0Siti0ns: Romain, President: Sally. Vice Presidentg and Adeline, Secretary- Treasurer. For the annual festivities of the constellations, Sally Knick was elected Queen candi- date and Harold Grovom King candidate. That year Judy was Song Leader for F.H.A. . which was supervised by Mrs. Lucy Naegeli, and she was a delegate to the F .H.A. convention. The entire crew participated in a choral reading, 'The Bells, " directed by Captain Osta Madsen, at the spring music festival which was held at Culbertson on the planet Earth. A declamation, 'Blessed Damsel," was also given by Judy. Before we reached the end of the journey, Harold Grovom decided to abandon our ship and explore other vast areas. The fall of '51 found eleven planeteers ready to step aboard the airship. For this spin through space, Mr. Richard Solga captained the ship to Titan, moon of Saturn. with the help of the following trustees: President, Leonag Vice President, Jimmie: and Secretary-Treasurer, Naoma. This year the carnival of Capricorn of the constellations consisted of two Queen candi- dates who were Leona and Naoma. Four of the girls joined the F.H.A. Chapter, which was under the supervision of Miss Jeanne Lindstrom. Naoma Buckendahl was elected F.l-l.A. Song Leader. Adeline, Jimmie and Judy were participants of the tournament band which played for the basketball toumament in Culbertsong Sally and Naoma were twirlers for the senior bandg and Leona took part in the junior class play, "Pride and Prejudice" and Judy gave a decla- mation. "The Cask of Armentalado." Representatives for student council were Judy and Oliver. Doris Glaze took leave of our rocketship and the summer found her California bound. In September of '52, again with eleven planeteers, we boarded our rocketship for Pluto, which was a very active and important planet. A new cadet, Mary Jane Pattison, boarded our rocketship. Miss Osta Madsen was our cadet advisor. The year was filled with work, fun, and many worthwhile activities. Official positions were again held and the following were those selected: President, Iimmieg Vice President, Adelineg and Secretary-Treasurer, Fritz. During the year many different events took place. Adeline and Leona were chosen Queen candidates for the annual fall carnival. Student Council representatives were Leona and Jim. The cadets presented their first class play, 'Quit Your Kidding," November 21, which was under the di- rection of space instructor, Miss Osta Madsen. Another thrill for the planeteers was the Junior- Senior prom and banquet, The theme was, "Under Montana Stars." Bill McFarlin and his orches- tra, from Williston, furnished the music for the dance. Before the year was ended Mary Jane Pattison and Sally Knick decided to desert our rocketship. All the cadets were thrilled when they came around the last bend facing Earth. The thought of graduating from high school was going through the minds of the nine cadets who were: Leona Luebke, Adeline Hekkel, Judy Reiter, Naoma Buckendahl, Farrell Wulf, Romain Ryder, Jimmie Westberg, Lloyd Mogen, and Oliver Urdahl. Class officers were again elected and the following were those chosen: President, Jimmie: Vice President, Oliverg Secretary, Adelineg and Treasurer. Fritz. Adeline and Judy were selected Student CouncilRepresentatives while Jim was nominated Vice President and Naoma Social Chairman. Naoma was also elected Treasurer of the high school pep club. Leona was Office Assistant. Judy won first place in a district essay contest sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary in Homestead entitled, "Democracy Versus Communism." Judy won 33. Judy also participated in extemporaneous speaking, which was held in Fairview, and came home with third place. The seniors presented their class play, "The Tower Room Mystery, " by Robert St. Clair. on March 26. It was their last performance and was directed by space instructor, Miss Osta Madsen. Those who were participants of the high school band for four years were: Adeline, Leona, Judy and Jimmie. For outstanding scholarship, Jimmie was chosen Valedictorian and Leona Salutatorian. v! I V c 'Siu' 0, X041 V X ,,7QfA. U X X ee We, the Senior Class of 1954, being of sound mind and body fto all outward appearancesj hereby testify and witnesseth on this, the last belated moment of our long suffering existence, to be our last will and testimony. May we ask that you recieve these respective legacies in the spirit of unselfish friendship with which they were given. We, the class of 1954. in the town of Froid, the county of Roosevelt, and the state of Montana being in as good mental condition as usual, and in much better temper than usual, do hereby make this, our last will and testament. We feel that our brilliant record and our unusual achievements will Live after us, but, not wishing to take any chances, we suggest that a tablet, on which shall be inscribed out several names and a few of our most astounding deeds, be purchased and placed in the hall of the school in a position where it will strike the eye of all who enter. And in this manner do we dispose of our possessions: To the Junior Class, our rightful heirs, our most important and valuable properties, our importance and our wisdom, both of which we possess enormous quantities, and we hope said gifts will be of use in overcoming their present weaknesses. In addition to this, all of our privileges and rights as Seniors in classroom and assemblies, as well as any notebooks, pencils, fountain pens, unfinished suckers, or unfinished business, including debts contracted while en- gaged in the business of being a Senior. To the Sophomore Class we give our well-known nerve, which they will need next year, We also leave you our patience, it will be found useful as the only means by which you can endure the Juniors. To the Freshmen we leave our sophistication which we have noticed they lack. We also leave them our ability to get things done on time falthough we found no occasion to do this, you mayj, To the young and unsophisticated Freshmen-to-be we leave a little book entitled, "How to Tell the Teachers", this is a pamphlet compiled by us after four years of hard study. You students will notice this book is not WHAT to tell the teachers but HOW. It contains information as to which teachers can be bluffed, which are easy and which are hard to please and those whom it is impossible to please. To our dear old school building itself, we leave the peaceful quiet caused by our absence and any apple cores, wads of gum, or crumpled notes we may have left about. To our teachers, the faculty of the Froid High School, we hereby give, free from all in- heritance. luxury, or income tax, our entire store of knowledge. From them it came and to them it should be returned, that others may be benefited by it as we have been. Also, we bequeath our valuable sense of humor, without which we should have found school life painful indeed and which will do much to make it endurable for them. Last, but not least, we bequeath to the teachers our very kindest regards and our sincere gratitude for their unfailing kindness and aid. To the future play casts, our varied and surprising talent--a talent that could interpret a character with so much originality that its own author wouldn't know it. To the band. our ability to watch the leader and the audience at the same time. We may have lost a measure or skipped a beat in the music occasionally, but we never missed anything- or anybody--in the audience. To the undergraduate needing it most, we give Jimmie Westberg's supply of language, which will enable the recipient to talk more and say less than any other human being. To the over-ambitious undergraduate--if such there be--we leave the idleness of Fritz Wulf. Some people sit and waste time. Fritz just sits. To the laziest member of the Senior class-to-be, we bequeath Leona Luebke's ambition. If it is combined with the laziness previously mentioned the result will be normal activity. Naoma Buckendahl wills her speed on the typewriter to Gordon Krogedal. 'It helps some- times. Gordon. " To Helen Johnson goes her ability to flirt with boys and to Harlow Strandlund she gladly gives her ability to "Cut aRug." Her gift of going steady goes to all of the Froid gnu. Adeline Hekkel wills her height to Ervin Bakken, so he won't have to stand on his tiptoes to ah--dance with people. Her devoted attention to the library goes to the new freshman li- brarian. Leona Ltmbke wills her seat as solo clarinetist to Margaret Ryder, but- -don't spoil yotn' lips, Margaret. Her short blonde hair goes to Joyce Sundheim and her job as office assistant goes to Carl Nelsen. It will help take up a little of his extra time. Lloyd Mogen wills his acquaintances in Fairview to Bobby Urdahl. 'You need a change of girls, Bobby." He leaves his 'Romeo Tactics' to Gerald Schlagel, who seems to show no out- ward interest in girls, and his loudest tie to Manny Rued, who never seems to have one of his own. Judy Reiter wills her bad habit of studying to Donald Knudsen and her "A" in P.D.P. to Roger Grovom. To Clenard l.aMar she leaves her gum smacking. Don't ruin it. It comes in handy when people are trying to sleep or work. Romain Ryder wills his Plymouth, and also some of the passengers to Jerry Krohmer. He leaves his good looks to all the boys of F .H.S. fDon't fight over them, divide them equallyy. Oliver Urdahl leaves his curly red hair to Johnan Arvidson. He also wishes to leave his quietness to Jean Grobom and Janis Emswiler and his green Buick to Dale Eschenbacher. Jimmie Westberg leaves his ability to co-operate with the faculty to Archie Johnson, and his scholastic ability to Fred Tobiason. He wishes to leave the hair on his chest to Dennis Paul- son. Ut will help improve the appearance of his manly physique! lj Fritz Wulf sorrowfully leaves his physique to Alton Nelson and his eraser throwing ability to his little nephew, Roger Bertelsen. and his sarcastic wit to Duane Olson. His ability to al- ways be at play practice and to be there on time goes to the senior play cast of next year. ln witness whereof we, the class of 1954, have set our hand and seal on this 20th day of May in the year of 1954. i Y N I j Ll NX i 1-- QQF4 pw M, "mit-364,32 Looking at the future lives of all of our cadets, I see written in the Stars, the following prophecy: At our first glimpse, we see Jimmie Westberg sitting at his desk high atop the largest Marshell-Wells store in the state, which is located at Homestead. Three years after graduation. Jimmie was married to a red-headed graduate of 1956. They have two red-haired children who Uimmie hopesj are planning to follow in their father's footsteps. Looking a little to the West, we see Adeline Hekkel, who is secretary to the president of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. She goes on all of the traveling engagements for her boss and at present is in Europe locating a new location for a forthcoming movie. You remember how quiet Adeline used to bel Well, she's changed, and now talks from the time she gets up until the time she goes to bed. She's doing quite well in the romance department, too. She has been engaged four times in the last four months. Romain Ryder is farming all of the land between Wolf Point and the State Line. I asked him about a girl and he just shrugged his shoulders and said, "Not me." But I heard he is going to Hawaii soon, and in Hawaii--who can tell! Leona Luebke is married to a former air force ace and is living in Dagmar with her small family of five lively youngsters. She does dental work in her spare time, but just the other day, she said, "I have so many teeth to fix at home nowadays, that I don't have time to go uptown and work anymore." Oliver Urdahl has achieved the great success that his teachers had anticipated for him. He is now running for his second term as President of the United States. At the head of his campaign committee are his lovely wife and four lovely daughters. He says that after this term he plans to retire. After all, with five million dollars you can do a lot--and he is only forty-five, you know. Judy Reiter is teaching in a little country school just out of McCabe, with only six students. She is planning to retire quite soon because she says that with ALL the money you make as a teacher she doesn't understand why there are so many teachers who haven't retired before they are thirty. I bet her retiring is just an excuse because I heard that she is going to hear wedding bells in June. To the East of Froid about twelve miles, we find Lloyd Mogen. He is residing in the city which has been named 'Mogenville' after Lloyd. He was walking down the road one day and stumbled over a rock and fell. The pencil which was in his pocket stuck in the ground and caused the oil to come to the surface. Lloyd hasn't been married yet, but there are rumors that a marriage will take place in the near future, so I suppose Lloyd will be leaving for parts un- known soon. Every time she just about gets him to the altar he leaves town. Maybe he just doesn't want to get married. Just for old times sake, Lloyd raises chickens as a hobby. A stop at the big house on the comer will find us at Naoma Buckendahl's home. She has been married for six years and has two lovely sets of twins. She quit teaching school soon after she was married, because she had too much to do. To keep from getting out of practice, though, she still substitutes once in a while just for the fun of it. While we are visiting Naoma, we will also see Fritz because he lives at the same address. They were married the summer that Fritz graduated from television school. He now broadcasts every morning over station Y-O-U in McCabe. His favorite program is the 'Cooking School of the Air." Time in sometime but don't be surprised if you see Naoma washing dishes on his program. Fritz says that if he has to do ALL of the dishes at home, she can come down to wash the few dishes that he dirties on his fifteen-minute program. 0603 Naoma Buckendahl, our Minnesota gal, ls always well liked and a real swell pal, In her thoughts, Fritz Wulf heads the list, In playing the piano a note is never missed: On the typewriter she can hardly be beat: And on the marimba she's tops and all reatl A girl named Adeline is the tallest senior, Her baritone and school work make her more superior She 's happy-go-lucky and full of vitalityg This is a girl with a great personality. She's the last of the Hekkel's with a great future planned As dental assistant a man she may land. We have a gal who is so true, She 's five foot two and her eyes are blue: Leona Luebke is this lass, She's salutatorian of her class, Her fingers fly on her clarinet, This is a gal we'1l never forget. The one in our clam who raises chickens Is also the one who likes raising the dickensp Lloyd Mogen dressed in western styles Greets you with cheery grins and friendly smilesp Last year he was an F.F.A. state delegate We'll always remember this willing classmate. Extemporaneous speaking and declamations Are Judy's favorite avocations, Last fall she took a trip back East And was glad to be home to say the leastg Her last name is Reiter and, by the way, Inteaching and journalism she'll be plenty okay. Romain Ryder, our basketball star, Has invested dad's money in a new Plymouth car 'Little Beaver," so they say, is famous for his crew cut He looks like Jerry Lewis and can also act like a nur Please don't take us wrong, Romain, we know you are a farmer And with all your funny winning ways you really are a charmer Our country gentleman with curly red hair ls Oliver Urdahl with whom none can compareg He's bashful, he's quiet, and kind hearted, too, He's tops in all sports and well-known to you. His hean of hearts was crowned a queen, Life in the long trailer will be serene. Our noble class president of '54 Was also president the year before, He's Jimmie Westberg, our valedictorian, He led the grand march with our salutatorian. As a pharmacist he should be handy Now, don't you think we could call him a "Jim dandy?" Our football player who's got the stuff Is Farrell Wulf and he treats 'ern rough. When you hear him whistling and singing so gay It's almost certain he's coming your wayg In the morning you'll find he's always tardy Could it be his breakfast is much too hardy? fgltd Sa fT une: Cha.nging Partnersj It is now graduation And our days in school are done So we'll just say "farewell" now To each and every one. First we worked for our credits And then we had our play We have tried to do the right things In each a.nd every way. We have had our two class plays Some have taken part in band. And in sports we 've nied our best. That's why we think Froid High is grand. We'll just leave with our mem'ries But we wish to drink a toast To 'dear old Froid High School" The school we love the most. Q , 1 CLASS Morro ' .59 ' F' '- Within Ourselves Our Future Lies gf-4' " " E , g vs mnwcmnm -4 H A' 1 Blue and White ,ii SQW CLASS FLOWER ii-1 Carnation s'h"W 'F 3, J IS 1. I ,E N ,141 4, A ,nl :ft 1 .I N ?, Y ' nfiffff- s fs 'Jw : U 1 N 'N30m3' F l S o "Lloyd" Saapaiald r-, rw'- -. . ' Xi: 'rua 'Lf--A?" I , f-:N Adeline' "hm" "Leona" . Q . 1' ' ' A Vfi 75 I N. gg-1' " Judy' " Oliver' I Pass the eggs and bacon. Anybody want more coffee? Have another roll or are you ready for a maple stick? That was the general conversation Saturday morning, May 1, when the seniors and Mr. and Mrs. Lorrie Reuter met at Hekkel's where they had breakfast at 5:30. From there we started on our sneak nip. After the girls and their suitcases were situated in Reuter's car the boys with their possessions jumped into Romain's car destined for Great Falls. It was necessary for us to make our first stop in Glasgow. No, we weren't hungry, but due to the flopping of the hood on Romain's car we decided it was time to tie it down. We took advantage of the stop and had a cup of coffee. The air was full of snow as we started on another lap of our journey. We stopped and ate dinner in Havre. Mrs. Renter took the wheel in Malta and while traveling on, hit a bird which was flying low. Did she kill it?--Well, what do you thinkrr Well, we finally got to Great Falls. We checked into the Fergus motel and immediately started scurrying around unpacking. taking baths and dressing. Feeling very refreshed we went out to supper at the Schell Restaurant. After chicken and steaks, we divided into groups and took in different movies. Those who couldn't eat all their chicken, took it to the motel for breakfast the next morning. We all met and went dancing to very good music. Sunday moming we were all too tired to get up, but we did--that is, the girls got up in time for church. The boys were to meet the girls at 12:00. at the church, but at 12:15 they still weren't there, so the girls walked to a drug store and called a taxi. Adeline was really thrilled, because it happened that she had never before ridden in a taxi. In the afternoon our first stop was 'Old Town" at the Fair Grormds. We saw old buildings and also an old player music box. Then we took the river drive and went out to Giant Springs, the largest fresh water springs in the world. We also saw the fish hatchery there. We took a few pictures after which we went back into town where we made our next stop at the Saint Thomas Orphanage. There a boy took us around and showed us the different rooms and the large gymnasium. From there we went to the Charles M. Russell Gallery and Memorial Studio where we saw many different pictures which Charlie Russell had painted. Sunday evening we dressed up and went to supper at Borries, an Italian Restaurant in Black Eagle. Some ordered ravioli dinners but couldn't eat them all. After that we went to the dance at the Civic Center where Harry James and his famous orchestra played. Buddy Rich was his drummer and before the dance was over they changed drum heads several times. Monday morning we went up to the airport on Gore Hill. We saw two large airliners take off for their destinations of Los Angeles and Denver. Many small airplanes and jets were in the air most of the day. Our last sight-seeing tour took us to the Anaconda Copper Mining Company. Everyone seemed interested and really watched the hot melted copper pour into the moulds. Tuesday morning, after we had eaten breakfast, we were shown the beautiful Blue Room, Shell and Marine Rooms in the Schell Restaurant. 4-. '4- ,YGV -' V r +R nJ3'f"N "-,. . ,.! -U I T". +L x 5 1 1 .0 , I H . -,. av J. a J fu ' J .4 ,nxx k 4 'x' 3 Jx ' A v aw"-5 - g x l I H 92 Q ' 90 v EM' ' A". Q' J - ' 4 . ,J . ,. g., ,f. ,A lhzviu 'Y PJQ REV- -".Jf'n Q H .- My ,t ,A I . I tv.-1 ,i- We were not allowed to go through the Air Force Base as they have become very strict in admitting no visitors since it has become a jet baseg however, we did see several jets flying through the air leaving their clouds of smoke behind them. Another highlight of the trip was the fact that we saw several cinemascope movies. The people who had never seen them were really thrilled by what they saw. We had planned to leave Great Falls very early Tuesday morning so that we would be able to visit the campm of Northern Montana College at Havre on our way home, but Romain's car was in the garage and he was unable to get it out tmtil shortly aftemoon, so we were off to a late start. Our first stop on the way home was Havre, where we picked up Jimmie's car at the college. He decided that his BIG sister had had it long enough. We were hungry again so we stopped at the Dutch Shoppe. We thought that maybe Mr. Reuter wasn't hungry. He really was, but then we thought we might have another guest as a beggar stopped him to ask for a loan. We left Havre with Mrs. Reuter at the wheel of Reuter's car once again, Jim and his car and as for the other car it was hard to tell who might be driving. We girls had never seen any boys who got so tired of driving in such a short time. We stopped at the Saco Hot Springs where Jim and Fritz went swimming. Those girls and their cameras, and Ithought boys were the only ones who collected pictures of bathing beauties. On our way again, we drove until we reached Wolf Point where we stopped to eat once more. Almost everyone had hamburgers. Remember, how we had vowed never to eat ham- burgers again after having gone to that drive-in in Great Falls. I bet Judy will never forget that day when she had a tray, five cups and saucers, five spoons, a glass of milk, six ham- burgers and catsup and mustard sitting on her lap, instead of on trays on the car doors where they belonged. She was trying to eat, but, oh, what a time she did have, as did the other five passengers, who were struggling with oozing relish and juices from their hamburgers, spilling coffee and rubbing elbows in the crowded car. In Wolf Point, Jimmie decided that he was too tired to drive any further so Leona drove from there on home. We arrived back in Froid on Tuesday night at 11:00. Almost everyone was so tired that they just took the things that they needed and left the rest until the next day when they sorted out their own belongings. Romain's car looked like a traveling salesman'sg it was so loaded down with coats and other clothing. We all returned to school Wednesday morning, ten very tired but very happy and satisfied people. Y :ff I 1 ' p H 1 an - as A hearty send-off! A ll dressed up and SOMEPLACE to go. H0m8W8l'd b0Ul'ld x A, , .L . A 'L ' ,ga nu: ' xx lx 4 A V ' f -il' P -va X ,, 1 16 ,gy L-qi , K ' -1 ,J-r'-4-' fx- A -3-X -Sw -,,.v. BreE.H1i5.5t jj Ugyxyx-3-,LQ ,J-,T fic' 4 13 S8.I'.LV! 3,-k,7hx 1. 2 11 f,,.fi1 ' if . f , 'X X , .-x - - ,-Nw., X-4..--, wr- ,Mn OO-.2-li, 5,f'lL 'S . -,. Q N .J. L . , ,, - 0 um L12 2.Y1fi6?C':?Snt? up x - WL-Alu .1 -x f'1,.i. U V, e , 1.1 lr, 'Q ef' - Lau? 'Ji ii LJ 4 4... . f 4 W I. I EW I "N',: A H51 lv -Vrs, S e -V L. 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The Student Council of the Froid High School was very active again this year with Miss Osta Madsen as their sponsor. Officers for this yea.r's Student Council were: President, Marjorie Andersong Vice President, Jimmie Westbergg Secretary-Treasurer, Marlene Coatsg and Social Chairman, Naoma Buckendahl. Other mem- bers of the Student Council included the following two representatives from each class: Seniors, Adeline Hekkel and Judy Reiterg Juniors, Joyce Sundheim and Margaret Ryderg Sophomores, Janis Emswiler and Roger Bertelseng Freshmen, Dee Ann Ryder and Gerald Schlagel. Some very vital issues were solved by the members of the Council. The idea of a "Gripe Box" was instituted to be used by the student body, so that their problems could be presented and given proper attention. Meetings were held bi-monthly. This group also sponsored several parties after basketball games for visiting players and students. Lfcfzaumzd Ethel Johnson, Sharon Tasa, Adeline Hekkel, Miss Osta Madsen, Advisor, Joyce Sundheim. , . was ' -21-:fr-1-Z-1-Z-:-1111:il-24-I-3.155253252EEf5:Z'f4:'-Z-E?173-I-Z'5'.ffJf:I-Iii THE 0 PUBLISHED BY THE Qwwbgfzff 1 HIGH swoon. 1953 -1954 YV ' lf' w'-' ' X Fourth row: Marjorie Anderson, Margaret Ryder, Mary Ann Rued, Delores Luft, Barbara Reynen, Joyce Sundheim, Dee Ann Ryder, Fay Christoffersen, Ethel Johnson, Barbara Reiter, Helen Johnson, Johnan Arvidson, Betty Nayes, Mrs. Jeanne Anderson, Advisor. Third row: Penny Sue Knick, Diane Sundheim, Norma Becker, Ardis McNeil, Verona Boger, Beverly Erickson, June Young, Janis Emswiler, Marlene Coats, Jane Svendsen, Sharon Folvag, Second row: Dolores Olson, Jean Grovom, Sharon Tasa, Verna LaMar, Margaret Christoffersen, Anna Luft, Sharon Slevin, Florence Bakken, Lois Reiter, Phyllis John- son, Charlotte Schlagel, Ardis Tobiason. First row: Patricia Rudolph, Norma Svendsen, Marjorie Christiamen, Sandra Boger, Judy Sundheim, Winifred Grovom, Myrna Erickson, Yvonne Lyseng, Connie Hanson, Diane Hanson, Flora Ostwald. N: tw-rr I NAA., is 9121.4 -Js f lg '-L QW, A-'-:H 'M .x The Froid F.H.A. Chapter had its first meeting of the year on September 23, 1953. President Mar- lene Coats called the meeting to order. The officers were as follows: Marlene Coats, President: Ethel Johnson, Vice President, Marjorie Anderson, Secretaryp Margaret Christoffersen, Treasurerg Margaret Ryder, Reporterg Dee Ann Ryder, Parliamentariang Verona Boger, Historiang and Joyce Sundheirri, Song header, Our chapter mothers were Mrs. Ewald Christoffersen and Mrs. Martin Anderson. The first and third Wednesday each month were set aside as meeting dates, The chapter went to Glasgow to the district 8 convention. Marjorie Anderson was elected District 8 President and State Secretary. She was installed in this latter office at the state convention which convened in Missoula March 27, 28, and 29. Other delegates to this meet were Margaret Christoffersen, Ethel Johnson, Delores Luft, and Verona Boger who were accompanied by Mrs. Albert Anderson, Fl-lA Advi5Ol', We had a Mothers' Tea on December 16, 1953. During Christmas vacation the organization had a formal ballg our theme was Winter Wonder Land and Les Cooper's orchestra provided the music. The various money making methods used by the group were selling hot dogs and pop during football games and a bake sale. Third row: Manny Rued, Duane Olson, Fred Tobiason, Richard Krogedal, Roger Bertelsen, Dwight Buckendahl, Donald Sundheim. Second row: Lloyd Mogen, Ervin Bakken, Donald Knudson, Don Bar- rington, Gerald Schlagel, Clenard LaMar, Mr. Elmer Paulson, Advisor. First row: Archie Johnson, Alton Nelsen, Roger Grovom, Harlow Strandlnnd. Dale Eschenbacher, Bob Urdahl, Romain Ryder. I1 ull!"-'Flu'-I nw- nl...-N' ukuvuik -V I5 . 'hiss w'1v . The Froid Chapter of Future Farmers of America elected the following boys to be their leaders for the 1953-1954 school term: Harlow Strandlund, Presidentg Romain Ryder, Vice Presidentg Dale Eschen- bacher, Secretary: Bob Urdahl, Treasurerg Roger Grovom, Reporterg Alton Nelsen, Sentinel. There were six meeting held during the year. At these meetings F.F.A. business matters were discussed. Lunch and recreation usually followed. March 26 and 27 were the dates for the Big Muddy District convention which was held in Baker. The following boys were Froid's representatives at the Baker meet: Harlow Strandlund, Don Barrington, Alton Nelson and Archie Johnson. While at Baker they competed against other Big Muddy district schools in the following events: livestock judging, grain identification and judging, tool identification, and written tests in parliamentary procedure, F .F .A. , farm mechanics and general agriculture. Bozeman is the site of the annual state convention of Future Farmers of America. This year the convention was held from April 'I to April 10. The following boys were in attendance from Froid: Far- rell Wulf, Romain Ryder, Harlow Strandlund, Roger Bertelsen and Archie Johnson. Roger and Archie were delegates to the meetings of the Montana Association of F .F.A. . while Fritz. Romain, and Har- low were the competitive team. To finance their activities this year the boys held a raffle the night of the senior play. They gave away a seventeen pound Easter ham, two geese, and a turkeyg they also sponsored the donkey basketball game in which Bob Urdahl's 'Bobcats' played Dale Eschenbacher's "Airdales" while riding donkeys. SW! Q Standingg Mrs. Muriel Reuter, Advisorg Romain Ryder, Naoma Buckendahl, Judy Reiter. Seated: Farrell Wulf, Jimmie Westberg, Co-Editorg Adeline Hekkel, Co-Editor. Seated on floor: Oliver Urdahl, Leona Luebke, Lloyd Mogen. papa'-z Staff Q Back row: Roger Grovom, Gordon Krogedal, Fred Tobiason, Romain Ryder, Oliver Urdahl, Bob Urdahl, Carl Nelson, Dennis Paulson, Dale Eschenbacher, Duane Olson. Third row: Marjorie Anderson, Mary Ann Becker, Violet Sundvold, Mrs. Muriel Reuter, Make-up Advisorg Joyce Sundheim, Connie Bergh, Adeline Hekkel, Mar- lene Coats, Miss Osta Madsen, Editorial Advisor. Seated: Margaret Ryder, Farrell Wulf, Leona Luebke, Naoma Buckendahl, Judy Reiter. Seated on floor: Jimmie Westberg, Harlow Strandlund. Jerry Krohmer, Anna Luft, Johnan Arvidson, Delores Luft. P, 7. . Q., I , FL i .4 rs 'resenting past PreSid6l1IS' PiIlS- Installing officers. All six P.T.A. presidents The year 1953-1954 found the local P.T.A. unit nearly doubling its membership over the previous yearg 120 members were enrolled. This increase, along with additional study group activities, has quali- fied the unit for a Standard rating given by the National Congress of Parents and Teachers. This is the first rating of this kind ever attained by the Froid P.T.A. The year's activities began with the summer roundup of physical examinations for the first grade students and inoculations for all of the other school children. Fourteen examinations were given and 123 shots administered with the cost being paid by the P.T.A. The annual teachers' reception held in September was again sponsored by the P.T.A. . with a large gathering assembled to welcr 'ne the new teachers. The October meeting v--- .ghlighted by a playlet on "Fire Prevention' given by the freshman English class under the dire-, 4 of Miss Osta Madsen, At this meeting, plans were made for the school carnival, where the P.T.A. again sold lunch, bringing in 5276.65 to the unit's treaslny. In November, Mr, I ames Crawford, Superintendent of the Poplar Indian Agency was one of the guest speakers, as was Mr. James Long of Poplar, author of the book, 'Land of Nakoda." They gave us a very interesting talk on Indian life and customs. A forum. 'The True Purpose of Christmas in the Home," was presented In December with Reverend Mark Emswiler and Reverend Van Vactor on the panel. Mrs. Lorraine Coe gave a lecture with interesting colored slide pictures on Montana and the great Northwest at the January meeting. We celebrated Founder 's Day at our February meeting with Mrs. E. Christoffersen as chairman of the program. Superintendent Anderson and Mr. Goodwin Bergh, Chairman of the school board, presented the March program: it was entitled, "Legislation as It Affects the School." In April, Mrs. Irving Hoye gave us a review of outstanding P.T.A. magazine articles, and then the unit elected new officers for the coming year. Mr. G.N. Anderson was elected vice president and Mrs. Svend Bertelsen was elected the secretary. The officers were installed at the May meeting by Mrs. Irving Hoye, P.T.A. district president. At this meeting the past presidents of the Froid P.T.A. were honored with a special program. Richard Solga reviewed all of the accomplishments that have been made by the P.T.A. during the past. Mrs. Burton Ostby, vice president, then presented Past-President pins to Mrs. Merle Johnson, Mrs. Eugene Knick, Mrs. Irving Hoye, Mrs. Oscar Svendsen and Mrs. Goodwin Bergh. The hot lunch program, under the sponsorship of the P.T.A. was the most active of our projects. Hundreds of jars of preserves were put up and chickens and other food stuffs were donated. The P.T.A. renewed the charter of the Boy Scouts which is another unit project. Study groups brought in during the year were the local water supply, and the school curriculum. Un d6?dft0t ' ' The class resumed, January 1. 1953, with Fay Crusch as instructor after having been without an instructor for four months. The class resumed with sixteen students including: Irving Hoye, Floyd Mar- tini. Vern Guenther, Warren Christoffersen, Harold Christoffersen, Melvin Peterson, Harry Sorensen, John Wivholm, George Waters, Alvin Erdahl, Hubert Thorne, Fred Granbois, Clarence Bakken, Einas Johmon, Menon Purvis, and Douglas Sorensen. Since January 1, 1954, we have added two new mem- bers into the class: they are Peder Siggaard and Christian Rasmussen. During this time only six class members have completed their trainingg they are as follows: Fred Granbois, Alvin Erdahl, Hubert Thorne Einar Johnson, Merton Purvis and Douglas Sorensen. During the past sixteen months we have had classes, which included among other things, credit qincluding PCA and Fl-IAQ, several on selection and seed varieties, wheat, beevil control, moisture content, protein content, storage and rust, development of hybrid corn, machine care and operation, range management, and the many phases of conservation farm ing. Field trips included a visit to the Gordon Lund ranch, Wolf Point, and the Fay Crusch ranch, Bain- ville, Soil Conservation Day at the Moen farm, the Sidney Locker Plant, Sidney Sales Ring, a purebred cattle dispersion sale, and we heard two of the outstanding speakers of the nation, Tom Kelly and T- Bone McDonald. Both in March, 1953 and 1954, a week of shop work was held at the Vo-Ag Shop here in Froid. Special repair and overhaul jobs were done for each class member. A special project in 1954 was the building of a calf table. During these sixteen months more than twenty outside teachers and instructors have met with this farm training class. Attendance for this class has been very good, due to the factors of having had an excellent instructor and several interesting educational movies and lectures. Reporter: John Wivholm Fay Crusch, instructor O -1-Mfg.. '1- -1'- 7, fl-I, 'L .. ? X :dum , S - Ill ID I I f A M,- A' ' 1 I L51 v up ,U I ,' X . x ',- Gzzm. - ,h r1.3 6, N, X x :IU H xx 5 ',' vlxx I x, J N513 .3 4 AVQ wx -.g., MMCN I M , - ff I - if We like our teacher! 2 f Zf' ' I? X '-Q Ja X-Z x X 1 f 'xxx -xx . i '55 - f N geggfme e A , -vii fi w e 2 5 , 1 - 'f. if 1 Q5'fffl?, '9 V 1 tr I uf , I 4 x . wgMw..,- B 'E M ..., . We 're learning! Deep in thought! Wha,t'5 cooking? gllf' mm, , 'K A W M- Muon! Come and get it! Hot stuff 1 We sure like no eat! 'IQ' ak. -'Y J - ,. 1 Left to right: Jean Grovom, Connie Hanson, Marlene Coats. 'fir-.1-W' Back row: Margaret Ryder, Helen Johnson, Violet Sundvold, Dee Ann Ryder, Connie Bergh, Fay Christoffersen, Ethel Johnson, Adeline Hekkel, Ma.ry Ann Becker. Third row: Connie Hanson, Verna La.Mar, Marjorie Anderson Sharon Slevin, Lois Reiter, Barbara Reiter, Flora Ostwald, Barbara Reynen, Joyce Sundheim, Mrs. Muriel Renter Advisor: Jean Grovom. Second row: Delores Luft, Ardis Tobiason, Betty Nayes, Iohnan Arvidson, Anna Luft, Margaret Christoffersen, Carreen McNeil, Judy Reiter, Naoma Buckendahl. First row: Sharon Tasa, Myrna Erickson, Jlme Young, Marlene Coats, Janis Emswiler, Verona Boger, Leona Luebke, Phyllis Johnson. Beverly Erickson, Ardyce McNeil, Norma Becker, Penny Sue Knick. f'- , pa S wx-Hakim., T1 Third row: Betty Sundheim, Sharon Jacobsen, Diane Hanson, Carolyn Krogedal, MiSS HerigSIad. Advisor: Sharon Folvag, Darlene Krohmer, Barbara Olson, Sandra Boger. Joyce Hanson. Second row: Lenore Slevin, Alice Smith, Jane Svendsen, Diane Sundheim, Norma Svendsen, Judy Sundheim, Winifred Grovom, Clarice Bakken, Carol Knutsen. Third row: Ardelle Luft, Marjorie Christiansen. Sandra Sundvold, Florence Bakken, Patricia Rudolph, Delores Olson, Mary Ann' Rued, Yvonne Lyseng. Seated on floor: Ardyce McNeil, Penny Sue Knick, Beverly Erickson, Norma Becker. ss 'K eachfa gazed 'S gag sv if -wha Fourth row: Don Barrington, snare drumg Connie Bergh, baritoneg Roger Bertelsen, tromboneg Duane Olson, clarinetg Manny Rued, snare drumg Jerry Krohrner, saxophoneg Dee Ann Ryder, clarinetg Harlow Strandlund, bass. Third row: Mr. Anderson, band directorg Adeline Hekkel, baritone, Margaret Christoffersen, trumpetg Sandra Sundvold, clarinetg Judy Reiter, bass drumg Barbara Reynen, trumpet, Violet Sundvold, clarinetg Jimmy Svendsen, trumpet: Ethel Johnson, trumpet. Second row: Margaret Ryder, clarinetg Norma Svendsen, saxophoneg Sharon Tasa, trumpetg Leona Luebke, clarinet, Jean Grovom, trumpetg Janis Emswiler, fluteg Leroy Scott, trumpetg Clarence Luft, clarinetg James Ostby, clarinetg Joe Knutson, trumpetg Fay Christoffersen, trumpet. First row: Sharon Slevin, saxophoneg June Young, clarinetg Verna LaMar, clarinetg Jane Svendsen, snare drumg Ardis McNeil, saxophoneg Arden Nelson, trtunpetg Carreen McNeil, clarinetg Verona Boger, fluteg Betty Nayes, clarinetg Marlene Coats, clarinetg Delores Luft, trumpet. f 525253531 -a There are forty-two members in the Froid Senior Bandg consisting of the following: thirteen trumpets, four- teen clarinets, five saxophones, two flutes, two baritones, one trombone, one concert bass, one bass drum, and three snare drums. There are twenty-three in the Froid Junior Band, consisting of the following: thirteen trumpets three clarinets, two saxophones, one bell, and four drums. The two bands are directed by Superintendent G.N. Anderson. The band also has eighteen little grade twirlers and four high school twirlers that perform with it. The Froid Band also has organized a club of which the following were elected a.s officers: president, Mar- lene Coats, vice president, Leona Luebkeg secretary, Adeline Hekkelg and treasurer, Margaret Ryder. Custodians of the band music are Ethel Johnson and Carreen McNeil: and June Young and Sharon Tasa check uniforms. Janis Emswiler tallies merit points for both bands. The band played at all basketball ga.rnes in Froid. On February 2, the band had their annual winter con- cert in which both bands played. They participated in Band Day in Williston, North Dakota, and in a band festival in Plentywood. The jnmior and senior bands were asked to play for Memorial Day and for other school functions. 'Wu The annual staff of 1954 are proud to be able to present this edition of the CARDINAL, Inthis book, you will find a record of all the activities that have t ake n place here in the Froid School this year. T here are pictures of your friends mat, in the years to come, will serve as a happy reminder of your first prom or basketball game. There is a complete alumni list that will enable you to contact your old classmates and friends th at you haven't heard from for years. ln publishing this book, we are trying to say "thank you" to our parents, teachers, and the community for h elping us achieve an education. As you page thro ugh this book we hope you enjoy reading it as much as we have en- joyed putting it out. W. f fig 5 I! i ,Lyn l 4 l 'll Margaret Ryder, Sharon Slevrn, Delores Luft. Fay Christoffersen. Third row: Margaret Ryder, Janet Ostby, Bemadine Hughes, Adaire Schulz, Sharon I-loye, Kay Hanson, Delores Luft. Second row: Marlene Knutson, Sandra Sundvold, Ardls Sundvold, Mary Murray, Lucille Young, virginia Waters. First row: Roberta Schulz, Diane Luebke, Rosemary Sundhelm, Marilyn Soren sen, Ramona Miller. 66tf0fLpl4q The Senior Class of 1954 presented their last stage performance, 'The Tower Room Mystery," on March 26 at 8:00 P.M. in the Froid gym before a very large crowd. The scene of the play took place in the tower room of an old castle, inherited by Jack Chalice, played by Jimmie Westberg. His sister, Kate Chalice, played by Naoma Buckendahl, went with him to the old castle when he decided he needed mysterious surroundings for his play. Little did he realize what mystery the tower room really possessed. When they arrived at the old castle, the events were fast moving and mysterious. Myra Vernon played by Leona Luebke added to the mystery by her mysterious ways. Unknown to Jack and Kate, Kennedy Ellsworth, Kate's fiance, played by Dennis Paulson, had arranged for a company of theatre actors to lend the spooky atmosphere to the tower room, needed by Jack to finish his mystery. Mrs. Barrett, Martin Pickins, The Master, Beatrice, and Antoinette played by Judy Reiter, Romain Ryder, Fritz Wulf, Janis Emswiler, and Jean Grovom respectively, were the actors hired by Kennedy Ellsworth. Unknown to either the actors or Kennedy, there were real evil forces at work in the castle. The three servants, Matilda, Emily, and Andrew, played by Connie Bergh, Adeline Hekkel, and Lloyd Mogen respectively, wanted the house for themselves and would stop at nothing to get it. The mystery was soon solved and the gold that the mystery woman, Myra Vernon, had been searching for was found and it looked as if the romance of Jack and Myra could proceed without supernatural interference. The Seniors presented their director, Miss Osta Madsen, with a Lazy Susan as a token of thanks for her hard work. The Girls' Glee Club, directed by Superintendent G.N. Anderson, sang two numbers. After Cue play the F .F.A. boys sponsored a ham and poultry raffle. Lunch, planned and served by the juniors, was open to the public after the play. P!3CI1C1l'lg97 Learning anything, Jim? IS S0mSIhiHg wrong? ,' - , !,y.Q?'4a .,,, i Evil forces . Shy? ? Two wives! O F V-..-.......,3-:,,,.. Q ' l 4' is 1 Taking a breather, THE CAST Who w0u1dn't faint! famine 66444 ?764lf 3 T ' i f Sedan! The Froid School's sixth annual fall carnival was held Saturday, November 7, 1953. There were streamers of every color floating through the air. To delight the hearts of young and old, there were many concession booths such as basketball, fishpond, fishpond, and cane toss, bingo and boxing were found entertaining. Good and loud victrola music filled the air as many walked around the table where many handsome cakes were displayed. To start the evening out, a high school and grade school floor show was presented. The high school floor show went back to the "Frivolous Twenties, " and the grade school presented "The Story of Mother Goose . " The Coronation came at 12:00 when carnival queen of 1952, Margaret Ryder, crowned the new carnival queen for 1953, who was Marlene Coats. The crowning of the queen was announced musically by Delores Luft, Barbara Reynen, Jean Grovom and Leroy Scott. Runners up for carnival queen were Marjorie Anderson, Margaret Christoffersen, and Janis Emswiler. Two first grade boys, Michael Jacobsen and William Rudolph, were page boys. Following the coronation, the queen drew tickets for the queen prize, which was 525. won by August Eschenbacker, Jr. 5 the shot gun was won by Lowell Henke of Dagmarg and Henry Harkey won the cedar chest. The grocery box was won by Mrs. Roscoe Knutson of Homestead. Mrs. Garret LaMar won a lovely set of dishes for guessing the closest to the number of beans in a two-quart jar. The gross proceeds of the carnival were 52. 280. The P.T.A. served lunch during the entire carni- val. Frannie Moye's orchestra played for the dance which followed the Carnival. The crowd is arriving! Flmshmg touches! 1 . . . x . , -A255 X v ' - lf. F She reigns supreme! Escorting Queen Marlene! the winners! Who will be lucky? Drawing tickets! On April 23. 1954. the Froid Senior Band along with their director, Mr. G.N. Anderson, joumeyed to Plentywood for a band day. The bands each .played a few niu'nbers which were judged by the adjudi- cator. Mr. LlefCl1ristians0n. from Concordia College, followed by ensembles, solos, and mass band rehearsal which was also under Mr. Christianson's wise direction. The mass band, which was composed of all the bands attending. was a wonderful experience for all of the band students. The girls' choms composed of 23 members joined mixed choruses and girls'choruses from six other schools at Medicine Lake for a vocal music day on April 30, 1954. After the adjudicator, Mr. Strohm, from Minot State Teachers' College. Minot. North Dakota, listened to the singing of each group, the mass chorus was formed and practiced under Mr. Strohm 's very able guidance. There was also a mass girls' chorus. A program wa given by the two mass choruses, soloists, and the separate groups that evening. The band and many Froid people were found in Williston, North Dakota, on May 15, for the annual Band Day. As usual. the 41 bands all marched in the big parade of which Froid was chosen to march in the fifth place. The parade was followed by the concerts which were played on the four stands in Play Park by the separate bands. in the evening the guest band, Moorhead High School Band, gave a concert in Har- mon Park for everyone. Loretta Haugan was Froid's wonderful hostess during the day. f 'gf A I - '. ies : -Ein. 9, ' at-f'-'-wt: ' fix x., C I X . A is 3 Q W 3 Xia. : Kg hz-' gl .. V' J- ' U ' 1 fmt' if ' .lfiqiiiilm . , , 1 ! U 1 v' T111 "ra, aacbfa- eacbfapfzom The junior-senior prom and banquet took place on Saturday evening, May 8. The banquet was held in the school lunchroom at 6:00 p.m. The seniors, juniors, school board members, faculty members, and Reverend and Mrs. Mark Emswiler were present at this annual affair. Six sophomores served the delicious turkey dinner which the junior mothers had prepared. Reverend Mark Emswiler began the banquet program with a blessing. Several speeches were given and Superintendent G. N. Anderson sang a solo, "Sweet Lilauni. " Prom-goers gathered at the gym at 9:30 to begin dancing. The back wall of the gym was decorated with a Hawaiian scene drawn by Connie Bergh. One side of the gym represented a ship while the other was a mountain range. Les Cooper's orchestra sat in a hut which was in keeping with the theme, 'Hawaiian Cruise. " Leading the grand march was Dennis Paulson, junior class president, and his date, Margaret Ryder. Following them were Jim Westberg, senior class president, and his date, Leona Luebke. During intermission a floor show was presented: Ervin Bakken sang "Hootchy Kootchy Henry" ac- companied by Harlow Strandlund. The junior girls sang "Hawaiian War Chant" with Winnie Grovom as the hula girl. Connie Bergh and Naoma Buckendahl accompanied them with their ukeleles. Roger Bertel- sen sang "My Isle of Golden Dreams, " accompanied by Winnie Bertelsen, and Superintendent G. N. Anderson sang "Blue Hawaii," accompanied by Mary Jane Darland. Dancing was resumed after intermission and continued until 1:30 a.m. 1 Wonderful cooks! They served us. The advisor speaks if 2. , if 43 'i"'f .' 1 J 5:5214-". :f-Ef5fE252i-I- ,, .,.. ,,G.'.,, Q. ,, ,, -A., X ,gwgtgg -.,. 1 :,:5E'S5:5.g- gs:j:5:fs,'rz,5gr-:4 .,,1 : ,355-.,:,:a1r:5-:.,,:.,.-ti.,-,..,: ,. ' I , ' . ' '.,' has 31.1-ryuissig i 'X The sheltering palms. Our theme. Sl-iff rider- We led the march. Keep in step! Undef The irches. x was XXX , , X -N. '- ' --'- 1 .X Ax x gm mn, Um -4' Mrs. Agnes Kveseth and Mrs. Svend Bertelsen were our faithful cooks again this year. Our hot lunch program fed about 130 students every day. Other than the commodities received from the government and donations of food from people of the community, this program supports itself. Two International Harvester deep freezers were installed and about fifty new dishes were purchased. Considerable canning and freezing has been done throughout the year. The senior class donated S50 towards the purchase of dark shades for movies for the lunchroom and this should add to the appearance of the room. September October 29 - November 26 - December I anuary February 18 - 19 - SQKI4... School started. All ready, everybody? Fire drill, Everybody out! Assembly, "Modernaires." Good music! Football game here with Medicine Lake. We lost! Initiation. Those poor freshmen. Football game here with Antelope. Don't we ever have any luck?? Football game here with Bainville. Hurrah, we won! Assembly, "Make Up." Watch this, girls! Football game with Culbertson there. F-i-g-h-t ! ! Pictures taken. Let's have a big SMILE! Football with Frazer there. More bad LUCK! First six weeks ends. Oh! No! Tests! International Harvester Show. No school from 2:00 to 4:00. Football game here with Brockton. Rah, Rah, Rah! Assembly. "Varieties." Pow-wow-wow-wow! Teachers' Convention. Life of Riley. Miss Tomme Lue Middleton spoke and showed movies of the University in Missoula Missoula, here we come! Assembly, "Senneff-Sharkey Duo." More good music. School Carnival. All hail the queen! Fire drill. Getting faster! Junior play, "Never Say Die." I'm scared! Second six weeks ends. We'll get no sleep tonight! Thanksgiving vacation. Ah! A rest! Basketball game there with Antelope. We 're off!! Basketball game here with Frazer. Go, Gang, Go! Basketball game with Sidney "B" there. Fight! Fight! Fight! Assembly, "Rivingstons." Hope they come back again. Basketball game here with Bainville. Exciting! Basketball game here with Lambert. Another victory! Basketball game here with Brockton. Shucks, we lost! Basketball game at Savage. We lost again! School part. More fun! School's out for Christmas. I hope that Santa will be good to me! Basketball game at Bainville. Look at that score. boys! Back to school. Vacations always go so fast! Basketball game at Culbertson. Full house! Basketball game here with Savage. Watch Hedegard! Basketball game at Richey canceled. Stormy weather! Basketball game at Lambert. Easy does it! Assembly, 'Clown Prince." Talk about Crazy! Basketball game here with Culbertson. We've got a team! First semester ends. We'll have to cram for tests! Basketball game here with Antelope. Buck up, Cards! Basketball game with Medicine Lake here. We couldn't keep our lead! Basketball game at Frazer. We lost! Band Concert. Junior and Senior Bands. Music, Music, Music! Assembly, "Unicyle." How can they ride those one wheeled cyles? Basketball game at Brockton. Sink 'em! Assembly, "Noveltiers." We want more like that! Basketball game at Medicine Lake. Cardinals! Cardinals! Basketball game with Sidney "B" here. Cardinal victory! Tournament at Sidney. We took fifth! March 1-2-3-4 Interclass tournament. Those lucky juniors! 2 Mr. Rex Campbell spoke on Soil Conservation. Eight different kinds of soil. 5 End of fourth six weeks. We all got A's PPP? 6 Senior bake sale. Food. and more food. 10 Bo Brown from Havre talked to Seniors. Make your College plans. now. 12 Assembly. 'Joseph Ellis." Remember what a sick liver means in Java??? 26 Senior play, 'Tower Room Mystery." What suspense! 30 Assembly, "Augspurgs." Monkeys! Aren't they cute??? 31 Girls went to F.H.A. Convention in Missoula. Have fun, girls? 31 Assembly, 'Out of This World." We visited Palomar. April 15 Medicine Lake chorus entertained. Very good, Lake! 15 End of fifth six weeks. Only one more to go! 16 Good Friday. No school! 23 Band Festival in Plentywood. We did our best! May 1-2-3-4 Sneak Day. The day the seniors had been waiting for. 2 Assembly, " Lone Eagle." Indian War Dance! 2 McPherson Quartet. Could they ever sing! 5 Track meet in Sidney. Run like mad! 10 H.E. Leffel, K.B.U. representative spoke. I want to be a C.P.A. 13 Street Band Concert. Fun! 15 Band Festival in Williston. Free hot dogs and pop! 16 Baccalaureate. What if I get out of step? 18 Class Night. Let's take a rocketship! 19 F.H.A. Style Show. Those glamor girls! 20 Graduation. Oh! Happy Day! 25-26-27 Last semester tests. Seniors didn't have to take any. 28 Picnic. Exploring Devil's Kitchen was fun. Bird Trainer 1 I Medicine Lake Chorus lnterclass Champs Clown Prince Donkey Ball 5 lava Bride and Groom Monkey Business Marimba Artists Ilvil Cv World Traveler l'DlI'l0llEl'l Q: 3 rg Vx- ki' i . ,....,....w-1- M .. kv , , qgw."' K, r". ..,.k-, www ' NRCS fx x - 11-f..f:n:, -.-gr: -:QM 12:1 A' mx 5,2 ' M 2 VX KN S Bi.. my A i l' Q, , far - 'it V -an 2 X I' I ' 3 1 5 ai V , .1-Q -- I 5 ' if .,, . :jx .N .. 5, A5.- Q1 QQNQ Q? Q bxk -'Vx X- - -J LQ , L .L ,L J., .N ' r r :Q , 1 .A mv -,wx . A 'a ,,ql. ff' 4-Q, my , .. . .,,,,,,Eld ..:n 4 .,,.-, K ,, Fiv.l.':k.:.113 U-. 1 Oviifw- " U lvl... -LK'---.- , Y sei ' ef 'W' Q V : X -.1 ' - Q x- 1 w.L..u.- Av-. au, v.'..L ik., I...L V If-as ,., ,, 9 wr 3 h ,.-'! x I m E 395 1- J- A '-.--'.. Q ..a..-... A 1-if 9 0-.1 ., gui I .W ,- 1 NNE" W fwwxy 9 -3:-V 17 U 1 - V l izgnw- Z 4 'E r I .,,v- . . f. , , if 5 QQ 'ki , s - ' . : " q M x 25- S. tg J' --,.- RP. A , , ... , 1,..,. , --QQA. .3..1. . . 4, 1-..- ,,, ' Lu QL , L, ' , ,,, ,. , . ,, - ..J.. R- , ' ..'- ,J-M. .,,,., 1 I I ' MRS. WINIFRED BERTELSEN MRS. AGNES KVESETH We, the annual staff of 1954, dedicate this edition of the CARDINAL to the two faithful cooks of the Froid School. We feel that through the tasty meals they have served to us, so tirelessly and without complaint, that they have helped to make our school days a Little happier. To Mrs. Winifred Bertelsen and Mrs. Agnes Kveseth we dedicate this 1954 CARDINAL. X ,ff 11 .+ xi' 'Qs in '.'1l 1 .L n NLM. 1-' X ' I J hafy? in X NAME Naoma Buclcendahl Adeline Hekltel lreona Luebke Lloyd Mogen Judith Reiter Romain Ryder Oliver Urdahl Jimmie Westberg Farrell Wulf Marjorie Anderson Johnao Arv idsan Mary Ann Becker Constance Bergh Dale Eschenbacher Roger Grovom Gordon Korgedal Jerome Krohmer Anna Luft Delores Luft Carl Nelsen Duane Olson Dennis Paulson Margaret Ryder Joyce Sundheim Violet Sundvold Harlow Strandlund Freddy Tobiason Bobby Urdahl Ervin Bakken Don Barrington Roger Bertelsen Dwight Buckendahl Margaret Christoffersen Janis Emswiler Jean Grovom Ethel Johnson Richard Krogedal Clenard LaMar Carreen McNeil Barbara Reynen Ernest Rned June Young Verona Boger Fay Christoffersen Dick Cookson Myrna Erickson Constance Hanson Archie Johnson Helen Johnson Phyllis Johnson Donald Knudsen Vema LaMar Ruth Mogen Betty Nayes Alton Nelson Flora Ostwald Barbara Reiter lnis Reiter Dee Ann Ryder Gerald Schlagel Sharon Slevin Sharon Tasa Ardls Tobiason NAME MEANS Sweetness Beautiful Princess Light lndecisive Praise of the Lord High-minded Dutiful The supplanter Peaceful ruler Child of light Gift of the Lord Sympathetic True Resolute Straight Generous Exalted Gracious Sorrowful Forceful A lasting friend A worshipper Pearl Winsomely lovely Violet Intellectual Ruler Winner over all Strong A chief Tall Beloved Pearl God's grace lpving Jane Noble Stern, but just Bright Cherished maiden Shy Serious Stunmer's sunshine Warm -hearted Sure reliance Powerful Weeping Loyal Extremely bold Light Coy Proud Faithful Friendly God's promise A hero Flower Shy Yielding Goddes Jolly Demure Demure Arden: NICKNAME Nom ie Ad Lee Ole Judy Lltt le Beaver Ollie Jim Fritz Marj Jonnie MUY Connie Esch Rog Gorie Jerry Flirt Lufty Nels Slim Poochy Montana Monroe Frenchie Vi Brains Fred Bo Bo Tillie Ears R08 Buck Fish Skinnyhaha Sing Sing Tootsie Rich C lenny Miki Shadow Manny Jtmie Ronnie Flee Dickie Smokey Connie Arch Helen Flip Noot -Noot Vernie Irma Spaghetti Sparrow F lossy Bobby lov le Legs Slade Sliver shorty Toby CHIEF CHARACTERISTIC Friendly Happy - go -lucky Self-Confident Passionate Optimistic Hard -working Affectionate Se lf -Contained Romantically inc lined Dignified Blond hair Dignified Steady - going Idealistic Emotional Domestically inclined Enthusiastic Pleasant Active Affab le Restless Charming Aspiring High-keyed Proud Friendly Quiet Active Sympathetic Ardent Quiet Romantic Aiming high High -spirited Emotional Flattery Diplomatic Se lf -suf ficlent Powerful appetite Friendly Affectionate Proud Affable Enthusiastic Flattering Restless Pracitcal Aspiring Willing Friendly Solicitous Domestically inclined Generally quiet Self -motivated Active idealistic High-spirited Self-sufficient Emotional Sympathetic Self-contained Petite Affectionate FAVORITE SAYING Forever more Talk about crazy Honestly Aw, shud-up Well, for heaven's sake Still love me, Baby? Gee whiz Let's take five Pet Tl1at's right Nurs It ain't printable If you say so BY gum Gee. gosh Huh Oh, muds Heavens Holy Cow Dove me? Gee, golly whiz Aw, yez Oh, my gosh Oh, my You crumb You don't say? That's right Gee whiz Ya, I guess so Hot tamale Dummy up Big deal Oh, piddle Holy cow I'm gonna tell Nuts to you Go jump Jeepers, creepers Oh, gee I don't know Ya Well, my gosh Oh, darn I'm starved I'm the best ball player Oh, gosh By gorie I don't understand it Oh, dear Boys Your're crazy Good gravy Squeaky Almost Ain't so Man alive Oh, tutty trrt Big deal Greetings and hallucinations Wouldn't you like to know Julius Caesar Oh, nuts I dunna know, teacher FORESEEEN FUTRUE Teaching Dental assistant Dental assistant Rodeo performer Teaching Farming Farming Pharmacist Radio-TV-repairrnan Dieueian Bleaching my hair Farmer's wife Mechanical drawing General in National Guard Railroad superintendent Farmer Carpenter Nurse maid to Bob Nurse Bookkeeper Rancher Industrial arts School Ma'am Stenographer Housewife Concert pianist Vo-ag teacher Chemist Crooner Chef Second Bing Crosby Standin for Jerry Lewis Singer on Peggy Lee Show Teaching to whatn Telephone operator Teacher Rancher Farmer Nurse Follow in Marj's footsteps Take over Buck's store Nurse Secretary Opera singer Second Babe Ruth Baby sitter Ra.ncher's wife Old cowhand Teacher Nurse Cattle rancher Nmse Nurse Marriage Chicken Teacher Undecided Beauty operator Model Scientist Teacher Secretary Stenographer FAVORITE SONG I Understand I Wish I Knew 1 Get So Lonely I'm an Old Cow Hand Secret Love Margie I Love You Truly Beautiful Brown Eyes Let's Km and Try Again Stop Chasin' Me. Baby Look Who's Cryin' Now Goin' Steady My Restlem Lover My Delores Just Wonderin' Why Wait and See Changing Partners All of Me I Want To Be Loved You Better Not Do That Me and My Teddybear Sleep Jilted Jealousy Here Comes the Bride Music, Music, Music Gone Fishiu' I'm Dreaming of Jeanie Hootchie Kootchie Henry Me. Myself, and I I'm In love With You, Honey Wanted Let Me Be the One Let's Live a Little Who Will It Be Young at Heart Country Love A Heart That's Free Get HAPPY Take It Easy Farmer in the Dell School Days Keep It a Secret Wrapped Up in a Dream Take Me Out to the Ball Game Golden Earrings You're My Everything Tain't What You Do Enjoy Yourself Too Young I'll Get By Smilin' Through I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles Betty Co-ed Restless Older and Bolder Don't Blame Me Dou't Ask Me Why The Happy Wanderer Ole Faithful Ma Curly Headed Baby Small Fry Smiles I Fourth row: Richard Solga, Coachg Don Barrington, Archie Johnson, Dwight Buckendahl. Third row: Ervin Bakken, Roger Grovom, Dennis Paulson, Duane Olson, Donald Knudsen. Second row: Manny Rued, Clenard LaMar, Jerry Krohmer, Jimmie Westberg, Fred Tobiason. First row: Farrell Wulf, Oliver Urdahl, Bob Urdahl, Romain Ryder. G Wt, -Q! -5. .4111 . 1 L! J 1 Coach Solga's call for football material brought forth 17 boys. After two weeks of drilling they were ready for the first game. September 18 - The Froid Cardinals opened their gridiron season with the Medicine Lake Honkers, who proved too powerful for the Froid team and defeated them 44 to 14. The scoring for the Cards in- cluded Rued 6 points, LaMar 6 points, and Ryder 2 points. September 25 - The Cards received their second defeat from the Antelope Pronghorns by a score of 14 to 6. Dennis Paulson tallied the Cards' lone score. October 2 - The Cards downed the Bainville Bulldogs by a score of 13-18 in an evenly played game. The scoring was done by Ryder, Wulf, and LaMar who each made 6 points. October 9 - The Cards were beaten by the Culbertson Cowboys by a score of 33-14. October 16 The Cards were defeated by the hard hitting Frazer Bear Cubs by a score of 53-7. October 23 - The Cards played an evenly matched game with the Brockton Warriorsg the score ended in a 12-12 tie. . . S- C59- ie VN! 4 o 1 5 5 lux fill. Third row: Gordon Krogedal, Co-Managerg Dennis Paulson, Co-Captaing Dale Eschenbacher. Carl Nelson. Co-Manager. Second row: Roger Bertelsen, Jimmie Westberg, Farrell Wulf, Richard Solga Coach. First row: Romain Ryder, Clenard LaMa.r, Jerry Krohmer, Bob Urdahl, Co-Captain, Oliver Urdahl. 'z-i"S Froid opened the season by losing a non-conference game to Antelope, 50-44. The Cards came back by winning the next four in a row. From there on Froid see -sawed back and forth. They ended the season with a record of ten wins and eleven losses. Froid had two games with the Sidney Junior varsity in which they defeated them both times. The tournament was held in Sidney again this year. The Cards were rated fourth and lost their first game to Frazer. In the second game they defeated Lambert which enabled them to play Brock ton on Saturday morning. Brockton was victorious thus eliminating the Froid Cardinals and giving them fifth place in the tournament. November November December December December December December December lanuary January January January January January January February February February February February Friday Saturday Friday Friday Saturday Tuesday Friday Monday Friday Saturday Saturday Tuesday Friday Friday Saturday Saturday Friday Thursday Friday Saturday Antelope Frazer Sidney J -V Bainville Lambert Brockton Savage Bainville Culbertson Savage Lambert Culbertson Antelope Medicine Lake Frazer Brockton Medicine Lake Frazer Lambert Brockton there here there here here here there there there here there here here here there there there Tournament Tournament Tournament THEY 50 56 56 52 34 67 84 54 52 55 47 54 72 53 61 48 '74 56 38 '71 INDIVIDUAL SCORING OF TEAM MEMBERS WAS AS FOLLOWS: Dennis Paulson Bob Urdahl Jerome Krohmer Dale Eschenbacher Romain Ryder Clenard LaMar Oliver Urdahl Farrell Wulf Jimmie Westherg Roger Bertelsen Dwight Buckendahl Ervin Bakken 1500 Club, Oliver Urdahl Bob Urdahl Clenard LaMa.r Dennis Paulson Jerome Krohrner FT FTA FT"la POINTS 671162 .537 311 631111 .568 225 571108 .528 219 361 '74 .487 114 291 59 .492 89 261 48 .542 72 161 28 .571 70 211 35 .600 53 of 2 .ooo 16 61 20 .300 10 21 3 .667 4 31 8 .375 3 1400 Clubj 1300 Clubj Romain Ryder .492 Ervin Bakken Dale Eschenbacher .487 Roger Bertelsen 571 563 1600 Clubj 542 Dwight Buckendahl .667 537 Farrell Wulf . 600 528 'Z' S CID' Third row: Roger Grovom, Richard Solga, Coach. Second row: Duane Olson, Donald Knudsen, Ervin Bakken. First row: Dwight Buckendahl, Manny Rued, Fred Tobiason, Richard Korgedal. w""" 3 can XKNXQ. BX.. - ,X K z, XJ, Y f . fl: ff g , ' x - A I I I' I Q I , l F1 X : if c., ' lx V . . 5 .f Q " ' I l XJ l - 1 n s Third row: Bill Coe. Coach, Clarence Luft, Jimmy Svendsen, Manager. Second row: Arden NeLson. Dwight Krohmer, Billy Reiter, Eddy Reiter. First row: Jackie Olson, Jackie Slevin, Leroy Scott, Captain, Robert Smith. 1 - 1. ., gl f ff si- Y 1' i N. X 1 I 5 . , W -it zu it The team had a less strenuous season this year than formerly, to keep within the new rules of the State Board of Education which practically do away with grade school athletic compe- tition. From this year on, it is expected that any inter-school activities will be conducted during daytime, and only as part of a physical education program. It means no more long trips, no night games, no tough schedule, no tournament! This year we played several scratch preliminaries and four afternoon games, our only traveling being to Culbertson. We lost to them that afternoon 30-20, but later defeated them 34-23 on our court. We also split with Brockton and Antelope here, losing 40-37 to the former and winning from the latter 35-33. K x U X X NWT Milf P, -'Q-J , vr ,N fi".-i"'r" , . "'t- . 3 r ..-.' 'T f- '- w . , .. . ,. I qP1,"'r 4 r' QM 'N '. . 51- '-P .fp-.' I , xsf.-' ,Rig " .".1".. . 'Ut' 4'-n." 'sa f-.Fw K:-5.-,f 4 ,.w sv fi- ,m.1,.1,f. . -fy .,. :'. g Q-,. . L- ., 'WE-y "..J-1'-'A' 7"'- F .- '1 fri -'-' "if "-." 'T' ,. . . .Q :W-. -l ..-,-3: ,S rife. I.--431, A . " - f ' --'s--'-:.i.--- : 2-T2-iq 7, 1' 1:5 cw fl' .'. ".- '4r 'a ,' -.' v 1 . ', ' .. , -. irtrg N Ji' fi -277: 7 Y . .' ', .a'f' 'Jr' i xi '-- A ,X 'xl .- 'slr' LQ.', f-L,-' 1. - .'-1. .-' :x .lf-kyngg x. , . 1. ,iv .73 , ,t'l.,-gif..-,IE .'5s'1'1'L ,rl if ,bu-' 1. D ' '. L, ' -11 .4 ' 4' . uf- - 1 J ' .' .1 e -'4' 1.. ' rf. "Xi .. 55' '- '.7 K ff? ik. . L lv ,. r ,,. .., -. ' ,Qs s.':..'3' . . . . 1 .' 2115" 5 U! X60 1, ff -' "1-.4".f. I v '- f 9 if 'f 'r I 7 s A c ,ra A ,A K X 'S' Q-ff .f I fl,'-xp "' u .. L 1- ,. ,Q . -J? 'I' o., . 'I' . .,., . 1 4 of ' ff J Yun' The activities of the year in our school are found recorded in the annual. May we find joy and pleasant memories as we look over the year of work. It is our des ire that a determination has been aroused in each student to make the next year better inall respects. Our hope is that in the years of attendance in Froid Public School you have been prepared to be a pleasant, worthwhile citi- zen. Thanks to all for making THE CARDINAL a successful publi- cation. H' .. .- 1' L, . - ' - ,.' -'H .. , ,, 'Witt P-m . :- .. 'M 'A "1 "7 .71 ... .""- . . ' -.JA -19.0 'Sf-Psy: ' ' ' ' " - ' 'Lu-fg.'s.adef. u Y . .. , A-. ' v. .,.,f' . - A: ,H-.IA .,-4 :,. M- ,, 'I'-K A ' 'K aff' I 'T 1 ' A o:l4?'7"4":6l5'r ":.""! 1 31, 4. -, -, ,M ,,. ,- gr ' -, . . 's 5,,-.-.A- .:- ' .- -,W-,,a, . I ii cvs f xv 'J ' ' -A sl- :nf fwgff ' , Q: -if 4. r py- .Lf .riff Q. 5.. ' ., -4. z 'e IS?-?' ' v -fi' -J! Yu P 'Y A 5 . X xi ' 'Q 3 4 WE 55 are :ji -if if wi' 749125 IMPLEMENT 1 I I. H. C. Sales and Service Refrigerators and Freezers Zenith Radios Small Electrical Appliances Mobile Oils and Greases Sherwin-Williams Paints il'0Sf0llC Firestone and Goodyear Tires 3 2 f coon,fiEAn,w TIRES Phone 2342 Froid, Montana Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1954 From MR. WALLER JOE MILLER MINNIE QUAMMEN DON F ERDERER JIM PHAIR IRENE AND BUCK Mme? ' 1-F3333 5 511 CUKJ: Froid, Montana 1 -.,.o-- , 74 ' . . firig Congratulations to the 1954 Graduates MWZLGW solemn n urea: "First Quality - Budget Prices" We Trade - Easy Terms Dial 34-240 Highway 2 North Williston, North Dakota ati-N . v-has n "5-2-...V Rm . . -aw-.0-' - -."- ,, .. , . .A A ,M , Y f - - " lx- .-, ,g,g',:'S-?kSf?f?'75 f- MW' ,-Qf"fj..'f?ff, nag.- - ' A 3' Y- A V 1..,..,S'si?J.?4"37-f"Qff.:i"' ,. ,. 1- CONLIN'S will assist you in planning a complete color scheme for any room in your house. 2. CONLIN'S will assist you with any decorating problem. At CONLIN'S the resources of the entire home furnishings industry are at your disposal. Ask us--If we don't know, we'll find out. 3. CONLIN'S will send a representative to your home to assist you with difficult arrangements, and will give you ideas and suggest- ions on proper window treatment for draperies and curtains. 4. CONLIN'S, at your request, will lay out a suggested color scheme for any room in your house, utilizing, if you like, the furnishings you now have. We'll suggest the exact wall color to use from your favorite paint company. 5. CONLIN'S will also make your draperies for you and install them in your home. No fuss and bother. You pick the pattern-- and CONLIN'S will do the rest. Complete Furnishing for the Home Williston, North Dakota Sidney, Montana Scobey, Montana . uwWmUiU FIRST STATE BANK. OF FROID LET us HELP , Will! 4 SAIV W 'lu M We C. L. SCHNITZLER ----------- DE ---- E ------ President utive Vice President S. B. WALLAN R - - - xec OSCAR SVENDSEN ------------- MARY C. LOUCKS IRENE GROVOM - Phone 2661 Cashier - - --- - - - Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier Froid, Montana ccaMeWf Cl. EVATOI2 I A Buyers and - Sellers of , 5,5 " . ' 25 5455 f - - as 2' pg ig tt Grains and seeds "-'ff iii' " -.af Ss it 1 i' , Q J ' 'x ', A. OLSEN, Manager of A -X M11 HH "" cw Phone 2742 Froid, Montana QKQWQQP Fully' Chevrolet GHEVROLE-I qu1PPed Garage Sales and Service " f 'l'l 1 D A A ' gk Q Dependable Used Cars Priced to Sell jf ww lt 4 AUT 3 REPAIRS XL I 9 rf-D! KZ' af 9 I 9 Phone 2241 STEVE RUDOLPH Froid, Montana ME wzmazgl UNION CDH. T A Co-Op Farm Machinery V Quality Oils A - Greases - Fuels ow Tires - Hardware Electrical Appliances Wheel Balancing -.EM Modern Inside Rest Rooms Phone Z3 9 1 Froid, Montana 5455692 fue 0 lvl' .tn J J. CLUB The Finest in Chicken, Steak, and Sea Food Longest Bar in the Northwest 18 Miles West of Williston on Highway No. 2 For the Best in Farm Implements and Hardware ,TSW-If'-:.1,'e' .: I I Env'-A 1 ll , 5- "7 . ',"" '.11 ' 'W Jffffed s a 7" " V, - - v, I 5, f A W, 1' Shop At ? QVLZGM gf IMPLEMENT AND HARDWARE Medicine Lake, Montana With Sincere Congratulations From the .E - - E F kc M 1.-2 .-x . 40 E . S 5 X Q1 GEORGE B. EVERSON ,fi WF 53 ' 1 E L 2 Q. .' N f gh i- X .. MA. , 1 . wg .N 'YQ' , X 1 Friendship" ffffi A X21 7 Licensed Embalrner and Funeral Director X- "Our Aim Is to Be Worthy of Your i l If f X Funeral Service - Ambulance Service X f , A W Monuments , , X Phone Day or Night 3-3222 Williston, North Dakota 9020505 DQGZMZL- - BAI4.El2.Ym Q18 to .2 "We Buy the Best to Bake the Best" Spud's Bread and Rolls We Specialize in Decorated Cakes for All Occasions P. o. Box 718 Wolf Point, Montana I . ' aw :ar f. 'G 'I5 I-' ,ss 1" .o -1. .- , L J , ITSA I A.E.i4AlVlPS' PIIASVRE Mmgezyafzai Lumber - Paints Build ing Materials Pk: Phone 2401 - Froid, Montana SERVICE WHEN OIL.. CCNAPANY KENNETH TASA, Leasee YOU NEED IT Dura Motor Oil Buffalo Gas and Fuels Dura and Lubriplate Greases Free Rural Delivery Recapping Service Phone 2001 - Froid, Montana 427, Grain,w?1e:urI,m1"?:ci Salt 5,-,ep-7 ! at the We Wzmzfzzff ELEVA TOR COMPANY ART RYDER ----------- President ALEX OSTWALD ------- Secretary C, M. OLSEN ---------- Manager BOB URBAN ----------- Assistant Phone 2291 - Froid, Montana iz?" y 5' .... A X 0 N X - , I AND Wah? BAE lnvlffvf 6012 is O' TOO LE , BARRINGTON TO VISIT Q60 T: JAMES and FRANK 5 gpm! A 4 RAY and BETTY : Wg We Froid, Montana FARMERS ELEVATOR GILBERT BRATVO LD, Buyers and Sellers of Grains and Seeds Co-Operative Grain Elevator and Bulk Oil Station Manager Home stead, Montana I3 EPS I -CO L.A AZGMQW WILDWOOD BEVERAGE COMPANY CCD. Bottlers of Nesbett Orange, Squirt, Canada Dry Products and 5-Hi Flavors Phone 112 -D Plentywood, Montana 7wfffv Smzm Imaam: Saphama 7-mdmm Wm WW Zfemefufcvzq Oegaazgzaaaw l46f606f664 1465165 Adam T HE eggzw m ef SA - ,Q O m W 9 wi 6522 v- Q C Fufn- GMD - CO lture A Chespecimplet Aa-nd 1-1 vrol aliz' elY 150 ard Y e ln E Wa 11 . q . Ou El gl U1 Te r W Hd C n B ppe Cas eeklv P1 admldy Rt Gara h Mark D entywo C 581535 Wife et E Od, an Ork for PEN Mo d Se S DAB ntana rvice ERVICELE 4 .. :f Q3 7 SVA E and HA Op NSEN erators L. 1ve stock egg WA 65,446 L cgi?-A 'LOCK ISSION Ph one 41 He Y ' M ontana fit".- if-'fe . .0':o":5 X ::":0':s":s- 0 5 s 'S"1"'1v"4 F 55' 905,054 f.O.'.0'.s" ":v's"Zv" ' ' 5 . 5 S '1,o:,oz,s9d 055.5560 955. 00:05 99.09. O.. 0' 05. 0. Q. ,595 55.50. 4 Ufsgsbyitg D 7 Z g.".+'t-"4 C L. ,".0':0"g5': T a . E .,Oz.Q9.5S5.qQ 110 3" sf' "Ke ri 5 ,Q I v ss 4 n N bs:9J q5.s: Pic g an . ,. ,ea ku? d D QA 9-'tt C Se TY C LA rvi le C E the g W B ' R V08 U. mist ODVOL e U Orth , Pr op D ak T ie t ot or a, Ev ery Tue sda Y Mfg? HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES FARNA AND HOINA E Refrigerators - Freezers New Home Sewing Machines O. B. HIPPE - G. M. HIPPE Phone 2601 Froid, Montana For Zenith Appliances Q o "Your Dollar Buys More At I? ir the Marshall Wells Store." ' E - -1 . I 1 ' ' . 1 T. A. WESTBERG, Owner 1 Phone 2251 Froid, Montana THE CONOCO SERVICE STATION , MAGNUS PETERSEN Gas - O11 Manager Get Your Car Serviced and Your Tires Fixed Here Phone 2441 Froid, Montana Wayan MOTOR COMPANY Chevrolet Sales and Service Medicine Lake, Montana Wg MOTOR SALES, INC. Cars and Trucks Ford and Mercury Plentywood, Montana PLENTYWOOD ELECTRIC COMPANY A -.ull General - ff Electric . Z HH rf' , ' f -. Radios " jf z. fi i' :fp Appliance Sales I 1 31 v Refrigerators V i' , and Services ' , 1-x xx ' l Phone 77W - Plentywood, Montana 7420 W emi UNION OIL COMPANY QM Petroleum Products .-.Q M Car Accessories and Miscellaneous L H Mechanical Work on Cars Trucks and Tractors Ple ntywo od, Montana 9 2 een 'houllec STANDARD SERVICE Y'4 Washing - Lubrication at Batteries - Tires - Accessories Pick Up and Delivery Service Towing VIC ERDAHL Phone 394-J 227 West lst Avenue Plentywood, Montana I 0, Q Qs X gf' 266 C5 f PORTRAIT STUDIO U A.": :Iii "Portraits Live Forever" :', I "TT 55' ' Phone 3-5221 v.::E:1:EE::E" I 12 West Broadway A Williston, North Dakota TH E M KW GUZQZ. ms ,tx I ,ju wean CLOTHING HOUSE 0 -.1 I Menls Wear Williston, North Dakota Y STCDC. K INA A IX! MOTOR AND FARM EQUIPMENT Ford - Mercury - Lincoln Ford Tractors - Dearborn Farm Equipment Krause One-Ways -Gleaner Baldwin Combines Phone 2.-2143 Williston, North Dakota C.lTY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS Dry Cleaning - Hat Blocking rf Rug Cleaning Z First Avenue East Phone 1 1 1 Williston, North Dakota N Q awk HOTELI I . . L Z! l Good Food in Pleasant Environment x 7 Banquet and Party Facilities lk 4,f'. Courteous Service Sidney, Montana h Q. , A b Qkfme GREENHQUSE 315 Second Street Northwest AL JOHNS, Owner Sidney, Montana You re nl.0niyYELLowsToNE MERCANTILE A... A1-L. Where Eastern Montana and ' Western North Dakota Have Shoppeguwithlglgagxfidence S 2 me Sidney, Montana vvn.m.nArv1s ZW 64" 'Mm MOT OR C OMPANY Buick "8" GMC JOHN D, WILLIAMS, Manager Phone 4 - Sidney, Montana Congratulations to the Class of 1954 :f TI-IE 41235 NATIONAL. BANK. - V- Re serve , Montana NNW Ei 632 Aewm E THEATE2 - - -1 Finest in Motion Picture Entertainment Plentywood, Montana E if IT G7 MKQZZQGW FUNERAL HOME Phone 15 Licensed Embalrners and Funeral Directors Plentywood, Montana rs." -Pi ., W- W Qxafffweyirf Q V I FDLEINAEIXIT Oliver Farm Equipm ent Graham Hoeme Plows Y Krause Plows Calkins Rod-Weeder Medicine Lake, Montana L, DEUBNER and T. DEISEN G. ROGNEY, A., K 4'1 LIBERTY - ev-fggoo THEATRE me ,COFFEE or the Best Meet Your Friends T f- in at the ' X D Z D X Entertainment X Fr oid, Montana f Manage 1' Froid, Montana THE N554 x Y 1 : FR OID DR UG , XV- :v STORE ' X , ' The Best in Be s t Wishe s K f px Drug s to the 1 "A':11:'wA:.A. J 1 AND and Senior s -,'AA. SA VE C o smetic s from the , FROID WEEKLY Froid, Montana L ll-+ DR, F, L, DARLAND Froid, Montana M 4201006 -- ee HOTEL H C ongratulat ions Senior s Froid, Montana MODERN LADIES' SHOP , H' I' if . e PM Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Exclusive Line Mus. R. E. HILL-Mas. o. M Luau Sidnev. Monmna You Buy for Less at J.c. PENNEY Co. CG S, Home of Value s Sidney, Montana Because We Buy for Less FLOYD L, SAX and MERRIL L, SAX, Owners Sidney, Montana I NORTHERN WHEEL ALIGNMENTI FOR SMOOTH DRIVING 42? 4- Af? - .69 455 Phone 394-W Plentywood, Montana I-I AE. RY F. gfamfaew WATCHMAKER Watches and Watch Repairing Plentywood, Montana 0 9149610 IMPLEMENT COMPANY A Full Line of Case Farm Machinery Phone 79 Plentywood, Montana Dua. by WJLZQQ OPTOMETRIST Office Hours 9:00 A. M. - 5:30 P. M. Plentywood, Montana -HAROLD EVERSON IMPLEMENT CQ sg? Phone 10 202 lst Avenue Plentywood, Montana Be Wise fo Shop At PAULBECKS' A F .AML Men's and Boys' Clothing Plentywood, Montana 594.48 J70- 604098 Loc ally Owned Nationally Adve rti s e d Hardware, Auto, Electrical Plumbing Supplies Furniture, Houseware. 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