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Page 15 text:
CAROL SANNER "Short and sweet and can't be beat." Mixed
Chorus 2,3,45Girls Glee Club 1,25 Band 1,2,3.4g Class Play 3
Class Officer 3,45 Paper Staff 1,2,3,45 Editor 45 Yearbook 4
Student Council 1,25 Pepband 15 Cheerleader 1.
GARY SCHWENZFEIER "I may do something sensational yet
Yearbook 45 Class Play 35 F.F.A. 1,2,35 Student Council 4
Baseball l,2,35 Football 4.
LORA JEAN WARD "Let me enjoy pleasure while I can
pleasure is never long enough." Paper Staff 3,45 Yearbook 45
Mixed Chorus 2,3,4.
MARLENE WARD "The girl who blushes isn't always bash-
ful." Mixed Chorus '2,3,45 Girls Glee Club 1,25 Band 1,2,3,4:
Class Play 35 Paper Staff 3,45 Yearbook 45 Pepband 1.
gaze cum! S
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MARLYS ELFSTROM "A quiet miss in our school who never
ever breaks a rule." Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Girls Glee Club lg
Newspaper 45 Yearbook 4.
GERALD HOMSTAD "His heart belongs in the Junior class
but he is a loyal Senior." F.F,A, l,2,3g Basketball 1,2,3,45
Football 45 Band l,2,3,4g Class Officer 15 Class Play 35 Year-
CHARLES HUNTER "If words were pennies I'd be a million-
aire." Yearbook 2.3.45 Editor 45 Class Play 35 Declamation
35 F,F,A. 1,2,3,45 Student Council 3g Basketball 2,3.45 Foot-
ball 3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Baseball l,2,3,45 Grain Judging 25
Class Officer 4.
DARLENE KOTHE "Love is what makes the world go around
thats why I'm always dizzy." Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Girls Glee
Club 1,25 Band 45 Class Officer 15 Class Play 35 Paper Staff
3,45 Yearbook 4.
MORRIS MURRAY "He fears the wiles of maidens smiles."
F.F,A. l,2,3,45 Livestock Judging l,2,3,45 Grain Judging 2.
endaz 66444 up
Page 16 text:
On September 6 1940 fourteen happy rnnocent youngsters entered the Lancaster school for the frrst
ttme They were Yvonne Peterson Betty Bylund Marlene Ward Jean Ward Carol Sanner Arden
Chrrstopherson Gerald Homstad Shrrley Nordlrng Bobby Qurner Darlene Kothe Marge Nelson Elarne
Hendrrckson Ernest Qurner and Elsa Lesktew Throughout therr frrst erght grades several students left
and several newstudents were seen among them Those leavrngdurtng thrs trme were Elsa Ernest Elarne
Marge and Shrrley New students were Betty Gustafson Charles Hunter Darlene Olson Dennrs Nordrne
Bruce Berkeland Grace Beck and Gayolene Nordrne
The year 1948 marked the begrnnrng of therr hrgh school days New class members were Mary Gus
tafson Lots Dexter Marlys Elfstrom Morrrs Murray Lewrs Jasczak Florence Olsonoskt and Gary Sch
wenzeferer Mrs Lund was chosen as advrsor for therr frrst year of hrgh school The mam event of the
freshman year was naturally rnrttatron At thrs occasron they wore gunny sack pantaloons and roller
skates Dunng the year Bobby Qurner left the class
At the begrnmng of therr sophomore year Betty and Mary Gustafson dropped out Berng athletrcally
mrnded the class chose the coach Mr Vatl as therr advrsor Inrtratrng the freshman hrghlrghted the
events of the year
Rrchard Ehrenstrom Jorned therr class rn the1rJun1or year The many actrvrtres of the year were super
vrsed by Mr Hoveland and Mrss Unruh That fall found them concentratrng on therr Jumor Class play
We Shook the Famrly Tree whrch was under the drrectron of Mrss Jenme Skarren It was at least rn
therr oprnron qurte successful The second major achrevement of the year was the decoratrng and pre
sentrng of the Iunror Senror Prom and Banquet the theme of whrch was Rose Festrval
As school started rn the fall of 1951 they notrced that Rrchard Ehrenstrom was no longer wtth them
Lewrs Jasczak left them after the frrst few weeks of school Mr Smrth and Mrss Unruh were elected as
They are now rn therr twelfth and frnal year of publrc school educatron Ahead of them lres the Sen
ror Class play the Junror Senror Prom and Banquet class trrp and last but not least Baccalaureate
In the mrdst of the turmorl and confusron of thrs bleak
senrors of nrneteen hundred and frfty two rn the crty of!
of Mmnesota berng rn as good a physrcal and mental con
stances are hereby executrng thrs legal document pro
fjanuary we the graduatrng
unty of Krttson and the state
expected under the crrcum
posal of our property upon the
event of our graduatron
We as rndrvrdual class members reluctantly bequea
ng cherrshed possessrons to the Jun
My ex Job at Red s to Angre O ar my unconscrous flrrtrng to JoAnn K rn hopes
that she wrll have as much fun as Ihave had rn the past
My grft of gab to Angle O and my mckname Ducky to any Junror drssatrsfred
My blushrng abrlrty to Helen W and a lrttle brt of everythrng to everybody
My Hallock flames to Luella I and my knack for cutttng harr to Arlyce
My unused brarn to Dean A and my sunny drsposrtron to the Junrors to use durrng
therr senror year
My muscular burld to Dennrs W and my abrlrty to drrve cars to Edtth J
My wrllrngness to help rn an emergency to Dean A and my abrlrty to get along
wrth Mr Krrk to Patsy J
My blonde harr to Selma I and my herght to Gaye F
My unused shorthand books to Lots N and my abrlrty to suck to one boy to Io Ann
My long harr to Darlene H and my front seat tn bookkeeprng to Drckre L
My love for Canada to Selma J and Angte O rn hopes that they take up where I
left off and my dark harr to JoAnn K
My record of Tschatkowsky s openrng theme from hrs prano concerto to Arlen L tn
hopes that he wrll apprecrate rt as much as I do and my four years of hard work to
My model A because of her love for Fords to Barbara P and my cousrn Garnet to
My temper to Alyce P and my athletrc abrlrty to Lowell H
My trumpet to Freddy S and my herght to Dennrs Nordrne
My love for readtng to Arlen L and my freckles to Helen W
My abrlrty to follow trarnrng rules to Wayne C and my abrlrty to argue to Mary
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