Gackle High School - Oriole Yearbook (Gackle, ND)

 - Class of 1955

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She is an avid supporter of the team as a member of the pep-club. Junior and since he came he has been a great asset to his school. He is an outstanding student and leader. He has a distinguished record as an athlete in all sports. He is a member of the annual staff, the choraleers, and he has served as president of the student council. He has been the president of his class for two years . LaVonne is an active leader in all high school activities. She is active in A-H and church affairs. She has served as a cheerleader and as an accompanist for music groups. LaVonne has taken part in dramatics, annual staff work, and student council functions. ofn -aff x 60' 9911 ef! nfl' m.wmwfa V,-my 5 L mm- ,T wx-.md-m fm Irene Mayer has been a loyal supporter of the team in pep club activity. She has been in the soprano section of 'Chora1eers.' Irene has played a role in the class dramatic efforts, in addition to loyal support of class functions. Irene Mayer Marvin was a mainstay on the football team and he saw a good deal of service in baseball sessions. He also contributed much of his time and services to the hot lunch program. Marvin Kinsler Ernest Summerfield Ernest Proved a valuable football Squad member this past season. He has been a loyal supporter of his class and its activities. Eugene Kinzler Eugene has been elected Co-Captain of the football team in which he starred. He was active in football and baseball in addition to maintaining a high scholastic average. He played a role in dramatic efforts of both the senior and Junior classes. nwwiw aww..,..Q...M.g-fn-7.-.v-ww-,:Ju '-,' M-f.-,,.f.f4 -W-,H-mm 'uw . Koekinted sifon Byron has been active in sports throughout his high school career. He was elected Co-captain of the basketball team and was also very helpful as a mimeograph operator. Clyde paces his basketball team as captain for his main extra-curricular interest. He is also active in baseball to round out his athletic activities. He participates in 'Choraleers and has played a role in the class dramatic effort. Wallace was elected Co-Captain of the football squad.Football and baseball are his major extra - curricular interests. Wallace has assisted in promotion of class activities. He too has also helped a great deal in making the hot lunch a success. H' 5 n , Jgace A' I qzleb i Z I 1 n-rm' .u.Mqvm, , - v V. - - Q . f- , V. ..,, ., .mu-f,,.,.,,1. ,1,41u.,4u-1-. ,pynwvwqgnf-wQnf.w.nw ww-.Agfa-1wa-.wg--.1-mama . , n ,111 v 4, r,- I i mmuwwg f-,,...'-.K M-J. , .,f.-,.f f. 4 . - . :..w1-,mm-n.1 . mr.1...,.,...4f,1:f mf,-J,.-ff-.1 Q-+um.x.,mu-A.L..,uA,..-. - . mr J U N I Q R 5 Back row: left to right, Douglas Naatus, Delano Remboldt, Myron Sommerfeld, Donald Sarkinen, Lawrence Summerfield, Clifford Klundt, Merril Rivinius. Middle row: Lloyd Jerke, Gordon Kinzler, Donald Slatta, Fred Zieman, LeRoy Muller, John Henke, Eino Martino, advisor. Front row: Diana Ammon, Elaine Wolff, Violet Kinzler, Darlene Bier, LuElla Morlock, Clara Miller, Arberdella Schultz. '. iv, 5 r-15 in 3 4::r' 'V frr l fl. N ft ef It Vice President Lloyd Jerke I? President I Gordon Kinzler 1 Secretary-Treasurer Douglas Naatus fm -m1ummf1.,4 fm-.-W.. V .. .. , Humuamfgm-.3 I -1 - 11 - .1 -1 'FEI IIIEIIITI lIIIL.I lI:IIIll was IIIEIIIII -mug IIIQM WS IIIIEM ME IIIEIM IME IIIEIIIII IME III!-EM 'WE MEM IM: MEM MIS :WM MEM WSI MEM MEI HSM IIIIEI MEM IIIIIEI IIEIIIIII MEI IIEIIM IIlI:I II:lIII IIIIIII III IIIII III' I III"IlII IIlI-I III..IIIII Ill-:I IIIEIIII IIIII:-I III-IIIII III I III IIIII Ill I III IIIII IIIII I III IIIII S DPI-I QMQR F First row, left to right: Robert Gumke, Eva Bentz, Delores Meyer, Margaret Lehr, De Ann Speidel, Marjo Mannie, Arlys Lang. and Janice Spilloway. Back row, left to right: Mr. Lang,advisor, Donnie Sommerfeld Dayton Ward, Dennis Rivinius, Jerry Schott, Clifford Flaig Calvin Schweigert, and Jerry Harvester. li Al ,AV FIVQESFIWJXIIEDI - lIII:II First row, left to right: Arlene Remboldt, Valerie Mueller PM 25113:-azazlznlivlmimgrtiz Janice Smith, Carol Hale, Florence Zentner, QW' Back row, left to right: Mr. Slatta, advisor, Norbert IILIEI Miller, Curtis Sarkinen, Edwin Kleingartner, Norman Miller, gum and James Summerfield. :MEN QIIIII IIIIIE IIIII II IIIIII IIIII III IIIII IIIII II IIIII-II IIIII II IIIII IIIII II IIIII III I-II i i IIIIIEI IIIII IIII II 'IIII E x 5 lm-1 fumulmiwz- mm -1, nm. . f..w.- ffm .f-. f..v-.Q.y,.b.f1:n.-..1 wfhnmuaa-mmm 1 - - I N Back row, left to right: Dale Schlecht, Karl Wilen, Ted Donald Muonio, Marlene Enzminger, Brenda Lang, Janetta Tlyla Blaskowsky. Middle row: Mrs. Andresen teacher, Elroy Enzminger, Naatus, Adeltraut Rutsch, Marilyn Koenig, Yvonne Speidel Elhard, Milton Schlittenhard, Rodger Kinzler. Front row: James Krieger, Thomas Remboldt Stanly Wilen Bonemeyer, Darrel Sarkinen, Audrey Koski, Donna Kinzler, Vilen, Mary Ann Blaskowsky. 1 R, 51 ar e Back row, left to right: Diane Gumke, June Fisher, Ruby Gumke, Lois Geohring, Phyllis Bentz, Myrna Sommerfeld, Myron Hehn, Dallas Lang. Middle row: Judy Gumke, Laverne Diede, Harley Sommerfeld, Lily Rutsch, Darlene Diede, James Burkle, Dweight Remboldt, Duane Wilen. Front row: Phyllis Kinzler, Jeanie Wolff, Alberta Fisher, Jnnnice Dorr, Judith Wirkkunen, Corinne Rivinius, Alice Sarkinen Carol La Brenz, Deann Spiedal. Speidel Mannie, Devonne , Dennis , Philip Shirley S 2 F fumnm--mum Aunnshywm- .www-..-af .,.,' f . Y. - , ,, .M - 'Nu--f ,vw , . X1 -Q. .-..-fm .L.-1.1-,v1f,q...an1mq4f,L.'.-,lvl .1. :wpww-n.wf.,f,.fm1p-f.fx.mmg. W.-L.,Nw,awm-mmuuw Bonnie Remboldt .I 5 'fi . Vernon Wilen Yum l , . S V -4 V Cecelia Schroeder 5.3 I ' lx 1 X f V k E It flip, 4 Verna Kauppila Delbert Hervi f , , o A rw111a nemboldn A Dale Ammon 1 - , E L , Karen Schl enker A ' ' Dickie muonio , LeAnn Muller I wg ' 4 V. L-. an 1. Edwin Kauppila Gladyes Enzminger Merrill Schultz 93' ' 'S Delores Staudel QD Duane Schroeder Darien Hehn W S erin. nina. , J 15: Lv S who Sheryl Rivinius . ' ' 1, ffm? 1' Arnold Hervzl .Q Evangeline Bent: 'UC C53 Norbert Zentner 'P' E Carol Dorr Sharon Schlecht Stanley Wolf! Luverne Schroeder Q R A D E 3 3, 4 1""'b'l' Ire. Boyd Williue, Teacher f aww.-.Lw.fuf..2-H .,.v.,,1w4V,,.v1.,.-.....Um:w,.m,l.w.,.,w.g . v A . f b ,fwmm ,m.wm, b - ,., Wi' ' 1 2 it . , 4 E V' V ' I X lf g.. 1 4 F, ,k 1 4 , Gordon Heller 4 I Marion Hehn Terry Bellikka W mfz- , 'muff' I fm, 4 ! , Jr, , .aa. HL i't . .Q ' Wi! .E af., ,L 'W E, 5 ,, H I ' 1 lk Q 1 4365 '4 1 'D 'iff A , S Michael Schaffer I rnhn Beth Hummel 6.x Gary Geiszler HJ r ap 6111099 A' Joel Bender Dana Riviniue 'S .'h1f Pm .af H skiigi Russell Geiszler Victor Hehn Harold Schrum 4 QAH , Arlene Muonio A 'V Sonja Heinrich x, Zf ig Diane Wirkkunen r.ni Rodney Schlecht 5, JoAnne Muonio Jennifer Harvester Marcella Wilen Loren Schroeder Kenneth Burkle Larry Rath Bonnie Miller ,fi Jeane Klundt f an Richard Slatta gQgS s, - N 'T Ardyce Dorr all f 1 S Charles Schrum -Q! Sharon Heinrich Auf Stephen Sarkinen Mrs. Carmichael, Teacher QRJLXDES sl By' I .. 4, I - .nmifm-M -, iqawrm.: W.-fy-1. 1-.Mm N.J 5KfA.,5 JZ Left to right: Delyle Sehaible Willie Gross, Eugene Kinsler, Dennie Riviniue, Fred Zielan, iarvin Kinsler, Gordon Kinsler, Merril Biviniue, end Jemee Summerfield. K PJ D 1 f' c' J r-' El PJ D 1 I' .-.J .11 Front row, left to right: Marvin Kinzler, Byron Koski, Delyle Schaible, Willie G1-on end Robert Gumke. Second row, left to right: Coach, Eino Martino LeRoy Muller, Dayton Hard, Fred Zieman, Dennis Rivinius and Donnie Renboldt Third row, left to right: Dennis Schmierer, Norbert Muller, Douglee leatua, John Henke, Norman Muller, and Curt Serkinen. Ji m - maalzff-1,-.f4,,x1Qw -1, V. f- , 1 .mr v- -.X-4. ,. . - fx- ..-.-Marin.,-1.mQmmmm.:fAm1.. 1f.m.f-,V-1LffvL.f.1ff,xm,:f,:.v .. 1:1:..v,f1m9u , U 5 f Douglas Naatus is ali . 1 A . ff' I v n . 5.4 N., , 1 ow Donald Sarklnen f s- f i E Lloyd Jerke mmm .mm-1 m:..w,f.- ,,fmwau1-ma-.mme 1 ,R Qi 4 3 4 Del le Schaible N 5 B ron Koskiniemi 5 I x Donald Slatta + I ., I Q Q- I X Willie Grosz b 4 C1 de Remboldt wnfm nfmwwmmm mm , 1 QGQHQE fab we V 1 U if im , AF- 'il M imma ag'-gl . '15 4 l milf: 4123551 .- y,N 535 mv: Lxisqhq 1225 "W f Anka '4 1 Q 'z "Af'lC J. 1 .nike X Front row, left to right: Douglas Naatus, Lloyd Jerke, Dayton Ward, Dennis Rivinius, Don Sarkinen, Back row, left to right, Robert Gumke, Curtis Sarkinen, Dale Schlecht, and coach E. Martino. C. ff- M Front row, left to right: Phillip Bonemeyer, Elroy Enzminger, Karl Wilen, Donald Muonio, Dale Schlecht, Back Row, Left to right: Ted Speidel, Stan Wilen, Darrel Sarkinen, James Krieger, Tommy Remboldt, and Eino Martino, coach E "ffl V- aqaffi aff F34 X.. Lass: W-4 333: Ea-25: ' ,nah :qqggf Fira ram . if .vgngahs .rig L1 n5Q?.i PM Af ' milpa " Lyn:--4 me: - "" '1-4514. 'Je 4: . ' .,,,,,: -tiff' ul' We 1 1. -1-9:53 -- F YA' "1 .x'Fi'1 "QUE - an -4.3.11 L1 V X59 va oe 90 e, be 00 'CQ 5- FUDEN 4-W be Q i it X 'OSB 'S 609 Cr U UM! XJ L . w N F 'W C' J EI Seated: Delyle Schaible, LaVonne Baer, Clara Miller Arlene Jerke and Irene Mayer. ' ' FQ X 46' e ' Seated: Arlene Jerke, Delyle Schaible, Byron Koski, LaVonne Baer, Willy Grosz, and Irene Mayer. Standing: Marvin Kinzler, Clyde Remboldt, Eugene Kinzler, Wallace Kinzler, and instructor Mr. Andresen. N N X J' A r I wwf .-,f,m...fm. .T ,M 1 ,mf -Mig.-.r,wymMan.:un..,1m..wm. -I 1-.Q . ww. q Q.. -I-.14 S: ,HQRUS First row, left to right: Ann Wilen, Valerie Mueller, Diana Ammon, Marjo Mannie, Elaine Wolff, Twyla Blaskowsky, Janetta Mannie, Mary Ann Blaskowsky, and Arlene Jerks. row, left to right: Instructor Mr. Andresen, Darlene Bier, Janice Spilloway, Arlye Lang, Violet Kinzler, Luella Morlock, Clara Miller, Florence Zentner. DeAnn Speidel, Irene Mayer, and LaVonne Baer Third row, left to right: Willie Grosz, Lloyd Jerke Dayton Ward, Myron Sommerfeld, Clyde Remboldt, Donnie Sommerfeld, Ted Speidel, Dale Schlect, and Thomas V I5 MLINDPUA qogrammg 4 akrgxfmas Qoncqrt Gfaih: Skour y V-SIJPII-ra Cxancnrf 45 X ,Nur Fs.J'1'val 1 L 'li Jlfld agua 1. Choraleers Christmas Concert 5. 7th 8s 8th Grade Chorus A !gm-, . M. W. Andresen Conducting . 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'.'.'.3:2?'i' 4 ., 'fu' ' 'iz :Q f 'Ag-jij-i.g.,A1 . 1, '- A . ,--1 ' 52.2 X 1 f X I A Va1er1e Mueller , 1-If ' ' -4 . .. N. - f ,.. N 21 J . . 1-, if -'sg 1 '11 m 2' .A., .-.451- 4 ,. I v,1Q,n..: " ' Q.: ,, 1 ,I "' .1 t ..,:,:.:,:.:..'-A .lit , - , 306 W1 LUEJ'-18 M A 'ff' ' Xt orlock iifiq' , Tiff I K 2, K- 'Q i -Q: 1 V BS-Q . A -- . .,,1,E: i2:4 A '1 -f Q , ,, 1 Ar!-YB Y . , , YV .Y lk 5nt3,.,fw,.tl,EiQMw57,2A,M-i I X DeAnn Speldel Elaine Wolff in lp- - flfjf U A A A,4,' M5L,..5j1,,,'Lli-iii? 1 -,IQAQ H - --.1 - . 1- 'H A , 1 f -.4A,. I V 7 :A l . ... . 'YY' 4 - 131f,a-'gr Lf, .,, f-1-rH2'f"f'., . f f ' . 2 :U - A ' 1 I -,.:,,. . ,.-.. ..W..,, .M ,W mmm -f., H. .J 1 4 .-Y.ga-M-mf 1. A.,...1w-4.4mm - , wmwe- MA J., ,,,. W mmm.:-m x FQQTBALL . , I Q! .rlljlrkfj 3 'L' JQJuWef C ' .1 I ' o' 3 -L5 J 'Mig First row, left to right: Fred Zieman, Gordon Kinzler, Willie Grosz. Eugene Kinzler, Wallace Kinzler, Byron Koski, Marvin Kinzler. Back row, Douglas Naatus, Merril Dennis Rivinius, Donald Sarkinen, Schaible, James Summerfield, Eino Rivinius, Myron Summerfield Lawrence Summerfield, Delyle Martino, coach. - :M . "'-f1 !a .- ff xl 3 lf si h I In A I ' ' I 1 '- ' ' 3 , f'H5ek-.SgAS0N'S nscoang' if' I A w The M "H '54 , I Oggonent ...E --I --Ig, .,- mfg Q EEE!!! wN.WW gglgig mil W i ? 'QSM ' ' . if ' gf we 333.1 Jftqm 1:51 - 6351 if-11.1-T 1:41437 we me' ,',."' n 'TM ah-1 .:'ff4 ' -"fi Edgeley, there Fullerton, here , . Steele, there Q' Kulm, there 6 ' s'..-'19 . 25 - : av2'fff4 52 .Eff .- 7 -gin . Edgeley here . gy, ' -wzfff f. Cleveland, hers 'J s N 'inf 1, Kulm, here -.!.fZ." -. .1 ,Ldn,5 Nishek, here Q 33 19 13 20 38 38 23 25 -I.. Pq -j-fi Cleveland, here '37. H 6 3 .- The 'SL grid season at Gackle high School proved to be the greatest in the school's history. Playing both eight and six man football, the Orioles completed the season with a 6 win, 2 loss, and 1 tie record. Co-captains elected at the season's close were Wallace Kinzler and Eugene Kinzler. Wallace Kinzler, Gack1e's ace end proved to be very effective on gffensive pass receiving and led the team's scoring with 4 points. Willie Grosz, Gackle's sparkplug halfback, was a very close contender in the scoring race hitting pay dirt on 56 points. Wil1ie's hard fighting spirit won him the admiration of the students by naming him 'most valuable player' on the football squad. The Orioles were coached by Eino Martino, a graduate of the N. D. A. C. at Fargo, North Dakota. Hs! MP1 sifegxa LRS-:I in 59155 'ew-NK mwzgqf . ,fQ,c: i - -sf: we E sail mf -iff 533555 ggi: gift, ,575 I A ., in H 'YmiQQ SE'-29: limi: : 41:51 lx. an .'54"32 W. I lnfmnhmmvg-pwvAwmf.Hm1vmM-mv.:Lum-.,.:-, fx-, v, x fu. .-:. ,yy . -. - v:,.,M,.: N ,fn ,.M,gmMnm..1,..x-1-1.W.:-.mf P ...H f-H-mf..3lww -1.- w .fmuxm xfbw BASKE TBA LL Tho following is an individual sun ary of the Oriole Varsity. E252 Clyde Romboldt Byron Koski Fred Zieman Willie Gross Dolylo Schaiblo John Houko Douglas laatua Lloyd Jorko Donald Sarkinon Donnia Riviniuo 21 Z9 EEA EI! Il 14222 20 96 109 52 h2 211 20 131 85 L8 57 310 19 88 77 31 58 207 21 83 78 57 62 223 18 L5 L0 22 so 112 11 6 11 5 16 17 12 32 19 13 L2 9 3 1 3 19 2 8 3 7 3 1 3 1 o 3 SQ . 057- 2 12 Gr 18 w 11 1Y s1af"'a ' zxefnan 1 be U ed r . ht: Fr ' A page ' d Left f6CiY?lgRemb01dt ' . lx Riv1r1115x', 1 30115135 geabe koski , , Merfl ld Sarkln QU Right' Dona BYT 'ble' ft to K9 h. Zcgsxiifgilakxi 5 0Ygnfg3o?:10 ,' Coac L-LOYK',?l5 9 Eine J . N53 m.m,M f,-M 1 W, 1. -. .V-.W 1' .A M- 1 . . - ,. f , .. N.w.v,1-. ..e,,,-1. ,Q ,..wmwz.-w.x v, -. N., 1 ., X.-. -21-wfmw.--f-fx SEA SQNS REC ORJ The Gackle Orioles finished one of the best season's records in the history of the school. The team's record was 15 wins against L defeats. The first strength of the varsity was shown at the Steele Invitational Tourney February Lth and 5th. The squad demonstrated superior ball handling and were successful in downing Steele 76-60 in the finals to win first place. The Steele invitational win gave impetus to the tesm's efforts and the regular district tournament play was eagerly sought. After the Gackle squad defeated Woodworth 58-37 in the semi-finals, the team moved on to the finals end emerged victorious by a score of 52-L7 over the rival Pingree team. Co-captains elected were Byron Koski and Clyde Remboldt. The Orioles were coached by Eino J. Martino. Note: As this book goes to press, the team is on their way to the regional tourney, which they hope to win, and then go on to the State Tournament. All games were played away from home. 115 'rum Pingree 52 63 Cleveland 85 39 Medina 53 30 Napoleon 56 51 Streeter 1.7 62 Lehr 77 L7 Medina 65 50 lull 53 66 Lehr 61 62 Edsvlsy 71. Sh Streeter 57 L4 3480101 50 k9 vltational Tournament apo eon 55 28 Steele 76 0 Haselton 57 L7 Pingree 66 60 lleselton 65 53 Woodworth 52 L2 Streeter 61 52 V-H fic 1212221 oo o 58 37 Pingree 52 L7 -uuuumvu-J-ggiwimwfmwwug-mmmmnwkzf1a.wm1 . ml ' H1 STQRY It was on the third day of September 1951 that 19 freshmen started that all important climb through high school. We selected Miss Matz as our class advisor and elected the following class officers: president, Delyle Schaibleg vice president, Darlene Mueller, secretary, Devaris Ammon, treasurer, Lavonne Baer. The first big event in our lives as freshmen came in the latter part of September when the Sophomores initiated us and we became full fledged freshmen. On February lb, we gave the sophomores a customary return party. It was during the course of the year that we lost four students, Jerry Nitschke, Florence Holstrom, Gordon Wegner, and Lorraine Bentz. Our Sophomore year opened the 2nd of September with 16 enrollments. We had three new class mates: Irene Mayer, Dayton Schroeder, and Marjorie Ritola, but Lawrence Summerfield and Jermaine Nitschke dropped out. In September we had the privilege of initiating the freshman and later had a Sophomore return party given to us. We elected the following class officersg president, Alton Giengerg vice president, Arlene Jerkeg secretary, DeVaris Ammon, treasurer, LaVonne Baer, and class advisor, Mr. Rogue. After a few weeks of school we lost two students: Darlene Mueller who moved to California and Marjorie Ritola, who went to Nebraska. School opened on the 7th of September with 13 juniors enrolling. We gained two new students, Ernest Summerfield and Willie Grosz, but we lost Dayton Schroeder, Rose Marie Schweitzer, and Gordon Gumke, who moved up one year. We elected class officers as follows, president, Willie Groszg vice president, Irene Mayer, secretary-treasurer, Devaris Ammon and class advisor, Mr. Andresen. lt was in April when we motored to Jamestown and honored the Seniors with the Junior and Senior Banquet, which was held in the Palace Cafe. It was indeed a joyous occasion. We opened our senior year with an enrollment of eleven. Alton Gienger transferred to Jamestown and DeVaris Ammon was married. We held our class meeting and elected the following officers: president, Willie Groszg vice president, Delyle Schaibleg secretary- treasurer, Lavonne Baer, and class advisor, Mr. Andresen. On the 19th of November we sponsored a Senior Dinner which was held in the Congregational Ghurch. We sponsored a very successful talent show on the 16th of February. Our Senior play, 'Here Comes Charley,' was held in April. l-:gigs , a vip: RFWW iff: Q Ii: :ir QJNMFYL D 44? I Nulgznmiiziaazgsg::ldu,J:a5g2?' Hmm.. The year 19785 I am on my way back to my home town, Gackle. Gackle is now the Capital of North Dakota and the largest prod- ucer of uranium in the world. It seems that during the year 1965 a student found uranium while playing on the school ground. Gackle is now credited with the graduation of that now-famous class of 1955. As you have probably already noticed I am driving the latest and flashiest car that has ever been on the market, the Summerlac. It was invented by that mechanical genius Ernest Su merfield. That is how it got its name of Summerlac. Arlene Jerks has made quite a name for herself in the engineering field. She has constructed a road from coast to coast in such a way that there hasn't been a single accident in the last ten years. Well, Arlene and Ernest always wanted to be engineers. I guess I'll have to turn on the radio and listen to my favorite program, 'My Friend Irma.' As you may already know LaVonne Baer is now playing the part of Irma. If I remember correctly the students in school did call her Irma. Look at the huge billboard out beside the road! Look at what it says. 'If you should ever come to Hawaii be sure to stay at the Ritzler, the largest and most modern hotel in the wor dg Mr. Eugene Kinsler, propr1etor.' Eugene always did want to go to Hawaii and it looks as though he decided to stay. I am now entering the town of Grossville. It is named after the richest man in the United States, Willard Gross. Through hard work and hard work only, did he reach his present financial status and now owns one-half of North Dakota. It looks as though his ambition was accomplished. Are my eyes deceiving me? Does that really say: Remboldt Liquor Store, the largest bar in the state? Yee it does. So Clyde decided what to do and I imagine he should be very happy. Here lives another graduate of 1955, Irene Mayer. She is now married and has 3 children. She bdcame world famous when she wrote that wonderful romantic ballad, 'Ho, Melvin.' I am now driving past the largest ranch in the middle west, the Kinzlers' Stockmen Ranch. The co-owners of the ranch are Marvin and Wallace Kinsler. It seems through cross-breeding and other scientific principles Wallace has developed a type of dairy cow that as an average cow gives twice as much milk. Marvin has developed a buf type of cow that has such short legs that it has 1: times as much body area as a normal cow. Oh! Oh! My radio is going on the blink again. Nope its just an interruption. I'll have to listen and hear what it says. We interrupt this program to give you the special announcement. Dateline Minneapolis the wor1d's record for the most points in one professional basketball game has been broken by Byron Koekiniemi star forward of the Minneapolis Lakers. He finished the game with a grand total of 7h points. This announ- cement is brought to you by DeLyle Schaible, sports editor of the New York Times. So DeLyle has finally settled down. He always did like to travel. In 1968 he completed his tour of the world on 82.59. He also was a 5 star general in the army and is noted for the 'Schaib' treaty which ended World War III. Well it just goes to show that! You can outdo any man alive But you can never top a senior of '55'. P R P H E x.: X Qwm-gn-,.-yhfu...'f.-X , - - 4, ., .. V rf -." f-.:.-J., ,M-.--,uwwv,'f..m.1 mm SEJQNSQRS I Al J. Bye Jr. Bender E Lehr Insurance Co.Y Dr. M. Alan Hayward M. D.4 E. k J. Sales Fairway Store Farmers' Co-op Elevator' First State Bank' Gackle Gackle Gackle Gackle Gackle Haut a Henry Hummel Irma's Kriege Kriege Martin Muller Barber Shop' Creameryi Electric Locker Plant Lumber Co. nd Marckelf Remboldt Store Insurance' 4 r Recreation r Theatre' Rexall Drug' Hardwarei Norman Hummel, Ford Agencyvi Occident Elevator Co.Y Red Owl Store' Remboldt's Garage Remboldt's Men's Store? Rev. M. H. Grosz Schaffer Implement? Sommerfeld Producer Thompson Yards ilndicates Those Who Gave 5.00 iiIndicates Those Who Gave 10.00 THESE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE HELPED MAKE THIS ANNUAL P THEIR GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS. OSSIBLE THROUGH ?J.,,,4 ,M QWWIWLQW. '6""W" UW' 424,-141 I WQQMWLMLM Mmm Ugwdiii H3 : ,133 W 1 , . H U , 1 :Liv 2 ' 5 , 'dig ' ? L - .A fi .fit X :Q-ww, fum,-m1m mu-rags-lv.,.wv,c -..m.fm, 'AM M . A . -. f..,-1. fw.w,.,.f..b.Mf-4-A-A-I-ww-.MVS-U-muwqg. 4 nm-u 1 2 .i.. L W' nu , mg., 2-37, 533513 : 9? fi? yr - 5 'e


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