THE FROST HIGH SCH L ENIOR CLAS
In Loving Memory of GWENDOIIN QUAM
who was a member of our class until
her sudden death on June 26. 1950
We will always remember her for her
cheerful disposition her pleasant
manner. and her helpfulness to others
In her sudden passing ve lost a very
true friend and faithful classmate
Her memory will always linger in our
hearts and minds
Ve, the Senior Class of 1951 desire
to dedicate this VIKING to our Princi
pal and Coach, Mr George Panzram
In the three years he has been with
us we have been convinced of his great
leadership and ability as a Coach and
Teacher His teams have set many re
cords ln the school which could not
have been accomplished without his out
We realize full well his value to the
school and connnunity and we sincerely
hope that he will stay many years to
help lead the school to greater achieve
ments in the hxture
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P s Hagan
0 W Isaklon
M L Johnson
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President. . . . Levis Bannon. MID
Mrs G I Fis er
St Cloud Teachers College
St Cloud Minnesota
7th and Sth Grade
Florerce L Scriver
Nankato State T C
5th and oth Grade
nthel Mae guast
hinona State Teachers 'ollebe
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Algebra Jr Business
neon Geogranng Girls
Mrs F J Buchan
Mankato State T C
Mankato Minne ota
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Menl-'11 to Minne o ta
P S Hegdal
St Olaf Co lege
Superinte oe t
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Mrs Cnrtxs Basel
Mankato State T C
Mankato 'hnne ota
Mankato State T
Mrs P S Hegdal
Mankato State T C
Kenneth L Mestad
Business Law History
Mankato State T C
Social Science B1ology
Am Government General Science
Coach, Phys1cal nducation.
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Constance Ivoeby Darlene
Huieman Marge Sather, Arlene
Voldsn l Joanne Holmseth
LaDonna. Voldghl Stanley
Sorenson, Doyle Koeetler
Donald Folven William
Isakson Roger Oelke
Roger Shure, Richard
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Shirley Bartel, Ann Isakson,
Mardell Erdahl Virginia
..aDonna Voldahl Marge
Bruellman, Donna Chilson, Mina
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Loge, Margaret Hegdal Darlene
,ather Darlene Hui sman
Junior Cheerleaders Senior Cheerleaders
Marilyn Anderson Ann Ieakson
JoAnn Thomphson Dor-na. Chil son
Marge Satber Joann Holmseth
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Football Xiester there SGPBGUUDY 5
30 Football Bricelyn there
7 Football-Thompson here CHomecom1ngJ
Football Emmons here
Football Bricelyn here October
Football Rose Creek There
Jr Class Play "Young Mr Standish'
Jamboree Elmore Basketball
Basketball Rake there
Basketball Bricelyn here
Christmas Vacation Starts
Basketball Granada there
Christmas Vacation Ends
Basketball Rake here
Basketball Del van
Basketball East Chain here
Basketball Bricelyn there
Basketball Elmore there
Jr High Tournament Bricelyn
Basketball Scarville here
Jr High Tournament Kiester
Jr High rinals
Community Club Fun Nite
Basketball Delavan here
Basketball Huntley here
Basketball Elmore here
Sub District Welle
School starts after Easter
Music Contest Winnebago
Senior Skip Day
District Music Contest Truman
Regional Music Contest Mankato
Mothers Daughters Tea
Track Kiester there
Baseball Kiester there
Senior Claes Play 'Luck of the Irish'
Track Meet Elmore
Baseball Bricelyn there
Track Bricelyn here
Band at Kiester
Baseball Winnebago there
June 1 Commencement
School started Registration
Football Kiester there
Football Bricelyn here
Football Thompson there
Football Svea City here
Football Bose Creek here
Junior Class Play 'Aunty Big
P T A School Party
Basketball Rake here
Basketball Elkton here
Basketball Kiester there
Basketball Bricslyn there
Baske tball-Elmo re there
Christmas Vacation Starts
Christmas Vacation Ends
Blue Barth there
East Chain here
Sub Dist Basketball Wells
District B8l16tb811 Wells
No School Snow 6 Spring Vaca
Musical Program Goodman-Calaway
Sen Play 'High School M stery'
Dist Music Contest Ensembles
and Solos Winnebago
Dist Music Contest Large
Senior Skip Day
State Regional Music Contest
Mankato Teachers College
Duel Track Meet Bricelyn here
Mothers E Daughters Tea
Border League Track Meet Wells
Dog 5 Pony Show E C McCall
Triangular Track Meet Bricelyn
District Track Meet Blue Earth
Spring Music Concert
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am free why aren't
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like me '
'The twinkle of his
eye reflects the
depth of his wit '
Be s on the alert
when it comes to A
pleasure of life
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I forget with "
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better if we worry
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CL or 195Q
The history of the class of 1950 is very exciting and thrilling lilm a Mystery story
In the fall of 1938 a small intelligent group of children started their first year of
school in Frost They were JoAnn Hanson Janice Hamre Janes Anderson Sherwood Brekke,
Robert Holland Neil Kittlesen, Lee Olson, Alfred Underdahl Donald Stephenson and Dean
At the same time Evelyn Clark started in Iowa Thelma Nodland and Barbara Thompson
started at Dell Richard Fenske started in District 58 and Kenneth and Kenneth Northwick
started in District 82
With people moving in and out the personnel of the class changed from time to time during
their twelve years in school
In the fall of 1939 as second graders they started school with few changes in the class
Eugene Erickson started but withdrew in March Janice Hamre and Dean Oswald left during their
third years. and Marlys Louk and Laverne Thoresdahl entered in the Spring Dean Oswald
returned during fourth grade also another new student came Gloria Hamson At the begin
ning of fifth grade Sherwood Brekke and Laverne Thorsedahl moved away and Marlys Louks
Robert Holmseth Leon Jahnke Evelyn Clark entered, Marlys and Robert for only a short period
Donald Stephenson moved away during the sixth gmde to Alden where he is graduating this
spring In ou.r seventh grade their were many that had left Leon Jahnke and Robert Holmseth
Danny Sunno entered in the middle of the year Sherwood Brekke Robert Holmseth Ralph
Sabin and Evelyn Clark returned in our Eighth grade
Entering Frost High School as Freshmen in September of 19'-P6 the class increased slightly
Members were James Anderson Sherwood Brekks Robert Rolmseth Neil Kittleson Marion Twedt,
Ralph Sabin. Kenneth Northwich Kermeth Northwick Evelyn Clark Barbara Thompson Thelma
Redland Danny Sunno Dean Oswald. Marlys Louks. and Alfred Underdahl Lee Olson entered for
about a month in the winter and then moved away Marion Twedt dropped out and Marlys Louks
and Ralph Sabin moved away Marlys is graduating from Pillager and Ralph from Rake this year
Robert G,1erdl Joined our class for a short period in our Sophomore year Evelyn Clark moved
away to Elmore where she went for over a year she returned however to finish here Robert
Rolmseth and Danny sunno dropped out during their Sophmore and Junior years respectively
The members of the Senior Class have taken a very active part in extracurricular activities
the boys participating in football basketball track and baseball, while the girls partie
ipated in ,journalism Both boys and girls from our class took part in the band The class
gave class plays for both Senior and Junior years The Junior play being 'Hillbilly Court
ship' while the senior play was 'The Luck of the Irish"
During the Junior year the class were hosts to the Seniors of 191419 at a banquet with the
theme for the banquet being of Spanish character This year the members of the class were
guests of the Juniors at a beautiful banquet with the theme "An Old Fashioned Garden "
The present officers of the Senior Class are as follows Neil Kittlesen President, Kermeth
Northwich Vice President Kenneth Northwick Secretary and James Anderson Treasurer he
to the school The class wishes the fund to be set aside for a clock to be bought for the
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class plans to leave a fund. which consists of the proceeds of the class play as a memorial
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We the Senior Class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty in the Village of Frost County of
Faribault State of Minnesota being in full possession of such mental faculties as we
possess or claim to possess do hereby devise will. bequeath and convey our various earthly
possessions. and all the dangles and bangles there-on-to belonging to the snfeebled ln-
tellects of our successors the Juniors, to be held by them and duly cherished
AED III THIS MARKER DO YI DISPO OF OUR POSSESSIONS
I To the entire school we leave the example we have set as worthy scholars and blame-
less students Our record has been spotless and in all the annuals of our career we have
done no deed as a class that we need blush for
gg II To the Junior Glass we bestow our richest treasures Almost too numerous to mention
are these same treasures and when the lower class men hear the recital of rare legacies
which fall into their possession we scarcely expect them to stand up under the shock Our
Senior dignity our excelling wit our superlative brilllancy, our good looks, our charming
manners our favor with the teachers our splendid grades and our triumphant exit as the
most popular class this school has ever seen these are the rare treasures that we hand
down to the coming Senior Class
Art III To our young and bewildered Sophmores we bequeath our easy going attitude. which
will be necessary for them to possess in order to tolerate the coming Senior Class
Art IV To the young and bewildered freshman we bequeath our immense knowledge of the nooks
carannies. and secret exits of this vast structure. which houses the Frost Educational
system This they will need in order to become intellegent upper olassmen some day
Art V To the Faculty we leave the cherished memory of our companionship which we know
will live in their hearts forever We also leave our undying gratitude for their guidance
and help throughout four years of high school
, VI To Mr Hegdal our Superintendent, we leave our gratefulness. for his understand
ing attitude and assistance which he has shown us these four years of high school will aid
ue greatly in the years to come
Art VII To Mr Panzrsm our Principal we leave 10.000 shingles so that he can cover the
roof of his new home
Art VIII To Bobby Griggs our Band Director we leave our deep thanks for all he has done
for us and the band Ye hope he will continue to have a long happy and successful career
Art I1 To our Janitor Pete Mldthun we leave a bottle of throat spray, he will need this
to ease his tensile after four years of yelling at us
Art X To lies Hazel McCarthy we leave our best wishes for a speedy recovery and hopes that
she will be able to continue her teaching next year
coming to tales over our class and for directing our class play
Art XII To Kenneth Mestad. our Consumer teacher we leave the patience he will need to put
up with the coming Senior Class
r XIII, Individual Bequeaths
Section I I James Anderson will my ability to wiggle my ears shake my leg and otherwise
disturb the class to Orvin Voldahl so he can carry on the good fight
Section II I Sherwood Brekke will my ability to run to school every morning in a matter
of seconds to anyone who follows the 8:30 news also next year
Section III I Evelyn Clark will my ability to go steady to anyone who wants to next year
Section IV I Richard Penske will my intellect to Leland Pearson so he can keep up with
Section V I Heil Kittlesen. will my humor tb La Donna Voldahl to keep up the cheery
attitude in Frost which is now present also my wavy hair to any girl who hates wearing her
hair under a kaerchief the day before heavy dates
Section VI I Thelma Nedland. will my quite manner to Ihery Johnson he will probably be
able to make use of it
Section VII I Ken Northwick will my masculine way with women to Donald Ehrlch so he can
start dating he opposite sex
Section VIII Kerm Northwlck will my ideas notes and anything that will help to put
out the Frost Bite to Marge Sather so she will be a sucessful Editor
Section II I Dean Oswald, will my superb clarinet playing to Margaret Hegdal so she can
carry on in the band
Section X I Barbara Thompson will my ability to get a diamond to Deloris Skogen maybe
she will need one soon
Section XI I Alfred Umderdahl will my pool shooting ability to Butch Shure so that in
our next game he will give me competition
In witness whereof we hereby designate as our sole administrator of this our last will and
testament our Class Advisor Mr P S Hegdal and do solemnly sign and seal our will on
this the 5th day of May Nineteen Hundred and Fifty
SENIOR CLASS 1950 FROST HIGH SCHOOL
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Imagine it is 70 years from now, and you are a visdtor to the art museum of this town
has recently been erected as a memorial to the many celebrated citizens who once made host
their home and it contains as its most cherished possessions. momentos of their deeds and
works You remember having heard your grandparents speak of some of these people, and you
are faintly curious as to what they may have accomplished
You enter the mueum over a door at the right is a inscription reading of exhibits meets
your eye You began at the left side and work your way slowly around until the door is
reached again and you see the following exhibits
In a glass case a collection of silver and gold loving cups and medals of all description
Their inscriptions vary from 'High running Jump at State Track Meet' to Winner of Olympic
Games, Greece ' Their card states simply these trophies won by JAMES ANDERSON World'
Here is a helmet and badge with a number and the letters 'P D ' you wonder why that is of
importance and when you read the card above it says the badge and helmet of NIL!! SLAB!
THE first policewomen of the town She did more to secure law and order in her district
than any ten men and was a credit to her town and state
How you see a Bond old-and worn a cooperative Bond of some sort. so worn you cannot dis
tlngulsh the name of the company It seems of no interest until you read the accompanying
card as follows: 'The first bond over sold by every contest and every bonus offered and
finally attaining the presidency of the Consolidated Bond Houses of the World ' DIL KITT1-IS!!
The next case is interesting It contains a divers suit of steel and his oqgen tank
there is a huge dent in the helmet The card explains this as follows 'This suit worn by
ALFRED UNDIRDAHL, the well known deep-sea diver when he rescued the men trapped on the
Submarine 1313 during the storm of 1978 The dent in the helmet was caused by a blow from
a whale '
In the next show case is a worn and dirty pass port and the nme of it is that of TBIIXA
NODLLND The card states: 'Thelma Nodlsnd was the first woman to commute from America to
lurope by the Great Northam Airway She operated two candy stores where she sold her famous
fudge one in London and the other in New York and spent the alternate days in each travel
ing back and forth at night '
And now you see a costume old and faded but still boastful It is a velvet suit. with
a plumed hat and a sword by its side The inscription reads, 'This suit worn by IINNIITH
superior to Sothern "
You are now passing by large stuffed animals Some are as large as twenty feet in length
and 5 feet ln width You get curious so you stop and look at the card, it says the follow-
ing 'The rarest collection of stuffed animals found in the world These are a few spec
imens of the famous hunter DEAN OSWALD he never used weapons just his charm so of course
they were all female animals
In the next case we come to are a number of yellow and worn sheets of newspaper The Head
ing is 'Advice to the Lovelorn' by KIB.ME'I'H NORTHWICK You read the answers to the pathetic
ally foolish questions, and they are sensibly answered although s trifle over sentimental
The date ls fifty years ago 'First series of the Kermeth Northwick. Advice to the Lovelorn,
which became the most famous syndicated newspaper article series in the world
The case you approach now has a model of tiny machine which seems to combine the qualities
and abilities of all the machines you have ever seen before It has knives, wheels oogs,
pulleys and all the other implements you ever heard of but just what is it ford You find
lt impossible to determine So you look at the card and read as follows: 'This does every
thing' the invention has made BARBARA THOMPSON famous and was first demonstrated by her ln
the year 1982 The machine washes irons, scrubs gets meals washes the dishes, gets the
children off to school tends the furnace and does the marketing all with very little cost
It has an attachment by means of which the machine can be used to mow the lawn and hoe the
garden Another attachment automatically reaches out an arm and spanks little Wes Jr when
he drags the cat around by the tail
as we reach the last glass case in the museum we see a battered baritone. the card next to
it reads: 'Baritone belonging to SHERWOOD BREKKE ' He made 30 concert trips around the
world He retired at the age of 45 to his beautiful estate in California with his wife and
As we are getting ready to leave the museum we see an elderly man with a long white beard
dusting the show cases and sweeping the floors It isn't Father Time it's RICHARD FENSKI
he has a hard time pushing the broom but he manages to keep the museum spotless As we leave
the museum we hear him mumbling of the good times he had as a Senior at Frost High School
You have now seen the famous Frost Museum and realize fully for the first time how many
famous people. how many benefactors of the human race were natives of your home town You
marvel at the brilliance of the Claes of 1950
FROST HIGH SCEOL A EIJTIOR GLASS 1950
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HORTHWICK, the famous Shakespearean Actor, when he first played Romeo and was acclaimed
Beck Row: Cleft to right! Jim Anderson,
Roger Shure Roger Oelkl
Frost Bow Cleft to rightl Doyle Koestler,
Inland. Pearson. Kenneth Korthviok
Heil Iittleson s as J' W
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George Panz ram Coach
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Border League Traveling Border League Championship
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SENIOR CLASS 1 9 5 0 presented
RTHE IUCK OF THE IRISHU
Left to right Dean Oswald, Kermeth Northuick James Anderson. Barbara Thompson,
Thelma Nodlund Neil Fittlesen, Kenneth horthuick, Carole Rae Hanson Evelyn Clark,
Sherwood Brekke Directed by Mrs R J Buchan
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'THE HIGH SCHOOL MYSTERY'
Left to right standing: Stanley Sorenson, Donald Folven, Doyle Koestler, William
Isakson, Director Mrs. R. J. Buchan Seated: Darlene Huisman, Marge Sather,
Constance Mosby, Arlene Voldahl, Joanne Holmseth, Lahonna Voldahl, Richard SaV1Ck,
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f On a beautifzd summer day of the year 2500 A. D. . I happened across something of great
interestg and I felt that the story should be shared with you.
It was a perfect day for catfish to be biting. and I could resist the urge no longer.
After gathering together my fishing equipment I took a spade to a spot in the beck yard
and started to dig for angleworms It seemed that I had dug for quite some time with
only a. few worms to my credit when my spade struck a hard object Upon investigation
I found a tin can which was sealed but obviously contained some light object My cur-
iosity was amused so with the aid of a handy can opener I proceeded to find out what
treasure I had discovered It indeed was .1 t ea ..rc' It was a roll of microfilm and
as soon as I could locate a movie pro ector I sat down for some real entertainment The
pictuzes had been taken by Roger Oelke in the year 1989. and they give us complete inform
ation on the 1951 graduating class of Frost High School
We see Donald Folven as a distinguished artist painting in his beautiful home in the
suburbs of Minneapolis His wife the former Bernina Loge is watching him Well! Well!
What is this? Isn't it Marge Sather the once honor graduate of Kahler School of Nursing
married and living or the Northwick fam north-east of Frost We see s. familiar face in
a truck driving into a driveway marked "R C 's Ranch " It's Doyle Koestler Next is
a church and the organist is Connie Mosby the greatest piano and organ player of the
twentieth century Now comes Richard Savick always called Dick as a great Admiral in
the United States Navy Like all sailors he has a different girl at every port Aha
Now here is a real business enterprise It is Arlene and LaDonna Voldahl running a pros
perous trapline in Alaska No one seems to know what they are trapping but we are wishing
them luck What's this? Is it a bird? No coming closer we see it's Stan Sorenson in
his Airplane looking over his crops He has become a flying farmer And who is this?
Why it's the fomer Jo Holmseth at her new home by Dell She always did think that Dell
was a nice place Another truck on the road but this time it's a meat-packing truck and
Bill Isakson is driving He is a Physics teacher with Meat Packing as a sideline Hmmm!
Bere is a picture of Darlene Huisman who has settled down in Texas with her Air Force
husband Her trip to New York must have been a success
Now coming into view is Frosts' famous all-state Quarter-back Butch Shure, who is coach
of the winners of the State Championship game this year
Oh my something must be wrong This looks like a picture of a Kiddie Quiz Show Well
it it isn't Roger Oelke who is the announcer He always did have a knack for talldng
That is the end of the film and I repeat it really was a treasure that I ran across
I hope you enjoyed it
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le the honored Senior Class of Frost High School in the year of 1951, are proud of our
records and the school Members of our class have been active in all of the extra curricular
The 'gentlemen' of our class comprised a big share of the championship football team.
and it was Roger Shure of the Class of 1951 that made the All State team Four of the five
starting plqrers on our sensational basketball team were from our class
Cheerleaders who helped bring our many athletic victories were from the Senior class
and they will their abilities to the prospective first team cheerleaders of the next year
he band and Girls' Glee Club will mourn the loss of the fair sex of the Senior Class
and also Bill Isakson's remarkable clarinet playing
Seniors on the Frost Bite Staff leave our best wishes and unused Jokes to the future
Because we think we will be missed. and because we know we shall miss the school. ws,
being of reasonable sound and sane minds hereby declare this to be our last will and
To the history of Frost High School we feel that our brilliant and our unusual achelvements
will live after us but not wishing to take any chances. we suggest that a tablet. on which
shall be inscribed our several names and e. few of our most astounding deeds be purchased and
placed in the auditorium of the school in a position where it will strike the eye of all who
To the faculty we leave their wonderful memories of us Qsklp the few badonesj and may they
never forget our smiling dispositions
To Coach Panzram the memory of our successful year of sports, and our very kindest regards
and sincere graditude for his unfailing kindness and aid
To 'Pete' Midthun our Janitor we leave a spotless school Cnet that we did any of the art
istic drawings and writings on the walls and desks J
To Mr Hegdal. we will our ever demanding help in his class. that it may be appreciated in
the years to come
To Ray Hanson our secretary we will our annoying questions and problems when he is busy, and
wish to thank him for the help he gave us in putting out the annual
To the Juniors, we leave our worn and much studied books and also our luck Qshould we say
good or badtj It made us what we are today and it should satisfy them In addition to this
leave our privileges and rights as Seniors in classrooms
were Juniors You might need it next year
the young Freshmen we will our ability to get the same response during iniation week when
they're Seniors as we did this last fall
Article I Individual Bequeaths
I, Donald Folven will my ability to sneak into classes after the bell has rung to Mina Loge
who seems to forget there is a last bell
I JoAnne lolmseth will my driving ability to this years driving class that they may get
their license in one easy lesson
Darlene Huisman will my brown eyes and dimples to Elizabeth Thompson who couldn't make use
them at present she's got her man
0 William Isakeon, will my friendly disposition to the Junior Class who might make use of
next year, to keep their sunnyside up
Doyle loestler will my parking ability to Donald Ehrlch who has seemed sort of shy so far
I Constance Mosby, will my day-dreaming ability in classes to Jean Bolmseth so she can for-
get about studying next year as I did
I Roger Oelke will my masculine build to Elwood Langsev so that he can get attention from the
I Marjorie Sather will my ability to go steady a whole year to Mardell Erdahl we wonder if
she could do it
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I. Richard Savick. will my long hair to Jerry Sather. as he never gives his e. chance to grow.
I Roger Shure will my good marks to Margaret Hegdal With them she could get honors next
I Stanley Sorenson will my heighth to Orvin Voldahl so we can have another good season
sports next year
I Arlene Voldahl will my ability to bluff in classes to Red Olson it comes in handy
I LaDonna Voldehl will my ability to write my own excuses to Dale Chilson who I'm sure
could make good use of it
Any property or personal possessions of ours that may remain in addition to the items spec
ified we give and bequeath to the Frost Board of lducation to use as it sees fit Thus any
money saved may be applied either to the teachers' salaries or toward the purchase of mouth
organs ukuleles and kazoos for the school band Of course this is entirely a matter for the
discretion of the school board
Besides these bequests we leave our best wishes to any and all who may desire then. In Wit
ness wherefore the Class of 1951 the testator have set our hand and seal on the 31st day
of May in the year of 1951
SENIOR CLASS 1951
In order that the most happy moments of the Class of 1951 are not forgotten we leave
In the fall of 1939 tus bright-eyed boys and girls entered Frost School They were
Roger Belau Gelaine Erdahl Robert Holland Darlene Huiaman, William Isakson Richard Johnson,
Roger Shure George Wangen and Gwendolyn Qaam Later on in the year Gloria Harmon Jean
Holmseth and Omar Hanson Joined us Also in other schools scared little boys and girls were
also starting on the long road to get an education Arlene and Lalonns. Voldahl at Dist 1210.
Constance Mosby at Dist 59 Jo Anne Holmseth at Dist 115 Doyle Koestler at Dist 72. Bo r
Oelxe at Dist 81+ Marjorie Sather at Windom Grade School Ln Minneapolis and Donald Iolven at
During our second year at school Omer Hamson and Richard Johnson withdrew Leland Pear
son and Donna Kerkiede entered
In the third grade Jo Anne Holmseth entered George vlangen left in the middle of the
year and Jean Holmseth moved away at the end Leland Pearson dropped out at the end of the
During our fourth year Gloria Hsmson Jean Holmseth Roger Oelloe and Leon Janice Joined us
Leon dropped out at the end of the year Stanley Sorenson Joined our class the fifth year
During our sixth year Roger Belau moved to Blue Earth where he graduates this year
Gloria Hanson also moved Marjorie Sather entered Lt the end of the seventh year Jean
Holmseth dro Jped out
We added three more to our class in the eighth grade They were Delorls Skxogen Connie
Mosby and Doyle Xoestler This gives us a total of 13 In the fall of 19147 a timid looking
group of lads and lasses entered Frost High School as Freshman They were Constance Mosby
Marjorie Sather Arlene Voldahl Doyle Xoestler, Stanley Sorenson, Labonna Voldahl Roger
Shure William Isakson, JoAnne Holmseth Richard Savick Gwendolyn Qusm and Robert Holmseth
During this year Gelaine Erdahl moved to Bake where she is also graduating
There were some changes in the Junior year also Geraldine Matheson Joined us Robert
Holmseth Delorie Slcogen and Geraldine Matheson dropped out at the end of the year
During the summer before our Senior year we lost a very dear classmate through a tragic
accident namely Gwendolyn Quam
Then comes our Senior and the most memorable year in the History of this class There
are now thirteen of us The members of this class have takan part in many extra curricular
activities The boys have taknen active parts in football basketball, baseball and track. The
gtrls have participated in G A A Glee Club Band and Journalism Iour of the girls served as
cheerleaders Class Plays were given in both the Junior and Senior years This years play
being 'The High School Mystery' and the play "Young Mr Standish' in the Junior Year The class
plans to leave a fund proceeds of Class Plays in memory of Gwendolyn Quam The class desires
that this fund be used toward the purchase of a Trophy Case
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Richard Holland Gordon Bruellman Roger
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Doyle Koestler Bill Isakson, Stan
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Jack Johnson uene Monson Robert Thompson
Don Amundson Coach George Psnzram
SEASON RECORD 1951
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Fro st Elmore
TOURNAMENT SQUAD 1951
Doyle Xoestler, Dick Savick, Bill
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Roger Shure Don Folven Jack
Johnson Dale Chilson Wallace
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The Long and the Short
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Stanley Sorenson Elwood Langsev
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Jerry Sather, Paul Hegdal, Wallace Sorenson, Dick Savick,
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