Lead High School - Goldenlode Yearbook (Lead, SD)

 - Class of 1950

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Stork, P, Torino, R. Schmidt, L. Scandrett, M. Warvi, N. Varland, Miss Willits. ROW 3: E. Schnitger, A. Williams, L. Schmidt, S. Teigen, G. Telford, V. Talley, D. Webster. FRESHMEN. ROW li M. Monahen, S, Ross, V. Matthew, J. Rinkinen, L. Mackey, A. Moodie, M, Macdonald, M. Nelson. ROW 2: S. Long J. Neisent, D. Prater, M. Ray, D. McNall, B. Russell, Mr. Meador. ROW 31 R. Paterson, D. Mueller, R Michael, W. Macdonald, R. Roes: ler, J. Percevich, L. McDonald, D. Saunders. Nat pictured: L. Luger. FRESHMEN. ROW lj B. Kane, K. Holso, J. Hanson, M. Hutendick, N. Hernes, P. Harlan, E. Haka. ROW 2: L. Iverson, P. Lewis C. Lasher, L. Lakota, R. Gronewald, B. Kinney, J. Groshong, Mr. Kolberg. ROW 3: B. Kesterman, R. Gallo, T. Gengler, S. Hagel J. Kornmann, D. Hagmann, G. Goodrich. Not pictured: L. Guerrero. - ,, .ll ' . 2 V 9 V V sts. 0. ' f' 9 rc 5 'tl g gn I 1 -was SOPHOMORES. ROW li B. Klein, A. Lawton, J. Kravig, V. Martin, M. McDonald, L. Mittlestadt, C. Mathieu. ROW 2: Mr. Sanderson, N. Kelley, B. McLaughlin, M. Johnson, B. Koontz, M. Pahkamaa, G, Lewis, K. Larang. ROW 3: M. Lorong, S. Kellar, R. Lehman, R. Johnson, M. McLaughlin, H. Mason, R. Michael, E. Juso, D. Ricky, Not pictured: V. Raelz, B. Mutchler. SOPHOMORES. ROW li M. Gallo, W. Cutler, Y. Delahoyde, L. .Day, S. Dotson, M. Edwards, M. Erickson, F. Giroux. ROW 2: Mr. Brust, C. Hanson, J. Hays, J. Drollman, B. Brumm, D. Dryer, J. Harder, M. Foglesong, D. Elster. ROW 3: A. Jukkula, D. Dutton, D. Irish, D. Dirkson, M, Johnson, D. Edwards, J. Erlacher, E. Glassgow. SOPHOMORES. ROW li P. Bondurant, R. Burchell, D. Bailey, M. Cowling, M. Bradley, E, Balander, C. Alaniva, P. Arnio. ROW 2: Mr. Bell, P. Bickerdyke, J, Johnson, M. Bulat, E. Bedell, D. Brand, J. Cetto, B. Clauser, L. Anderson. ROW 3: F. Brust, B. Hall, J. Christen- Senr J- Howe, T. Adam. D. Holmpr R lTnAAm-rflvt L1 DA.- MA .-,...--,i. m F'--ter. D, Balander .SW 3 755 ll. ,f 1 x SOPHOMORES, ROW lt S. Seyan, M. Poynter, L. Roozen, R. Mittlestadt, D, Rodocker, D. Mutchler, L. Ohnemus, P. Schnitzel, A. Schopen. ROW 2: R. Russell, E. Nelson, C. Soe, E. Ritchie, C. Palmer, F. Morrish, R. Odrlin, Mr. Bradbury. ROW 3: C. Row, D. Polley, R. Rantapaa, R. Tesch, R. Rawlins, E. Nelson, D, Moulds, R. Noeller, R. Scott. Not pictured: A. Rodman. SOPHOMORES. ROW l: G. Zuhr, E. Termes, R. Thielen, S, Thomsen, W. Ward, C. Watt, J. Spencer, P. Troxell, D. Warren. ROW 2. R. Steever, D. VonWald, A. Termes, J. Torgrude, H. Waterland, H. Trewhella, M. Wermers, Miss Nation. ROW 3: S. Thomsen, C. Swan- son, J. Voss, D. Wallace, C. Torgrude, B. Unger, P. Talley, G. Virkula, L. Wasilik., Not pictured: R. Witcraft, W. Thomsen. 'We ttf , in . .Henri , JUNIORS. ROW li P Bertrum, M. Anderson, S. Ausmann, A. Calhoan, M. Brust, G. Arnio, V. Anderson, l. Clark. ROW 2: D. Autio, E. Cetto, E. Cotton, V. Bechman, K. Anfinson, J. Basker, R. Cowell, K. Alger, Mr. Anderson. ROW 3: R. Allman, D. Calyetti, O.Bedell D. Bendt, J, Berg, A. Clowser, J. Cracco, L, Cooper. JUNIORS. ROW l: M. Thielen, E. Swanson, J. Thomson, B. Ross, D. Robison, J. Young, M Brown, L. Salathe. ROW 21 Miss Rasmusson, B. Varland, B. Sliper, D. Ritchie, J. Schmidt, E. Schnitger, E, Rose, ROW 3: L. VanDenBerg, A. Skidmore, F. Wimler, J. Saunders, C. Sevon, H. Vandine, D, Helseth, D. Richards. Not pictured: G. Talley, l-l, Thomsen, JUNIORS. ROW li T. Sherman, R. Lilyblade, D. Johns, C. March, O. Orr, M. Mathieu, R. Luger. ROW 2: Mr. Fitcher, J. Poonanen J. Jensen, F. Peerboom, J. Maodie, B. Left, D. Lindquist, R, Martin. ROW 3: L. Kvam, D. Latham, G. Pullins, L, Peed, M. Iverson L. Lambrecht, R. Meador. JUNIORS. ROW l: E. Lininger, L. duPont, H. Hirizmann, B.'Freeman, D. Gorwill, D. Davey, B. Percevich. ROW 2: Mr. Cone, P. English D. Corriger, W. Dotson, L. Reinecke, D. Giroux, D. Randolph, L. Dobbs. ROW 3: R. Erickson, R. Gengler, D, Heinen, S. Luzaich, K. Perry, E. Gilliam, H. Erikson. Not pictured: D. Eckhart. 1 BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATE. John Berg, Donald Lindquisr, Marilyn Brusr, Lowell Kvam, Berry Freeman, Rodney Meador. STUDENT COUNCIL. SITTING: Elinor Ewald, Doris Gorwill, Elizabeth Fraser, Duane Orr, Marilyn Warren, Arline Campbell, Charles Swanson, Neil Kelley, Peggy Lewis, Shirley Ross, Russell Rawlins, Jean Harder, Jennie Paananen, Mary Thielen lsecretaryl. STANDING: Mr, Curran, Owen Plymell, David VonWaId, Leonard Robinson, Chambers Kellar lpresidenrl, Ralph Mattson lvice presidentl, Robert Cowell, Donald Brand, Mr, Pitcher, NOT PICTURED1 Joe Miglia. , ,iw gr, r Q 5 'ffl me A H . .r , My 'gifs 'LJ' .-af -ff' WV' DOROTHY SMITH Voledictorion ELIZABETH FRASER Choroclrer P 't Ligsgggkiig S E N I O R ezfwezz, -mzm MwwmWwm ,W THELMA EGGEN Solutotorion RALPH MATTSON ghorocfgr I1 H o N o R s Liseilflil N 5 '4'- Zlw iasEfihA,QQY3 S TTT 2 ffiifwi 3 Wm" liiiwfi ms? 7 ,Q Aiftgffg r E4 iwfii Ei E ,. Mini? 18555553 HNY-1 . W 2 X523 5 55233551 5 ?5 i T-ggi ,, Samsun g Qmfiw ms , f Rf .,h4 T is an Hal , if .f MP1, m 3 QQ an :evra amid S eg? Ml i Ml 2 Q V, W ,t Q . W P' 4-my x, some-w MISS BRAUM OWEN PLYMELL CARRGLL LORANG JEAN DeRIDER Commencement Sponsor President Vice President Secretary SENIOR OFFICERS SENIORS LOIS ALLEMAN - There's nothing ill can dwell in such a temple. Stu- dent Council 25 Nugget 3, 4, Editor 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Jr. Glee Club l5 Jr. Play Production Staff 35 Sr. Play Production Staff 4. CHARLOTTE ANDERSON -- Not a dizzy blonde, just a busy one. G.A.A. l, 2, 35 Pep Club 45 Nugget 45 Jr. Glee Club l, 25 Sr. Glee Club 3, 45 Opera 3, 45 Jr. Play Production Staff 3 5 Sr. Play Production Staff 45 Debate PHYLLIS BALANDER- Give me time5 l may do something violent yet. Jr. Glee Club l, 25 Sr. Glee Club 35 Opera 3. CAROL BORUD - School gave her a jolly time5 she gave it what little time was left. G.A.A. l, 2, 35 Pep Club l, 2, 35 Majorette l, 2, 3, 45 Nugget 3, 45 Jr. Glee Club l 5 Sr. Glee Club 3, 45 Opera 3, 45 Opera Pro- duction Staff 45 Jr. Play Production Staff 35 Sr. Play Production Staff 4. LOYAL BUCHTEL - Girls, you make me blush. Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball l, 35 Track l, 2, 3, 4. MAE CALHOON - l just take my time and enjoy myself. Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Glee Club I5 Goldenlode 45 Sr. Play Production Staff 4. WILMA AMMONS - A perfect ex- ample that all women aren't talkative. Class Secretary 35 Student Council 35 Goldenlode 45 Nugget 35 Jr. Glee Club lg Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Opera 2, 3, 45 Opera Pro- duction Staff 3, 45 Jr. Play Production Staff 3. RALPH BAHR - It takes determina- tion to own a car and become un- attached. Football I5 Basketball i5 Track l5 New Underwood High School. MARY. BlNNEY - Oh dear, there's a wrinkle in my skirt. G.A.A.,2, 3, 45 Pep Club l, 2, 3, 45 Nugget 2, 3, 4, Editor 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Jr. Glee Club 35 Sr. Glee Club 45 Opera 45 Opera Production Staff 35 Jr. Play Production Staff 35 Sr. Play Production Staff 4. JUNE BRADLEY - Her wit goes all the way around and buttons in the back. Pep Club 2, 45 Goldenlode 45 Jr. Glee Club l5 Sr. Glee Club 2 ,3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Opera 2, 3, 45 Opera Production Staff l, 2, 35 Sr. Play 45 Small Ensemble 3, 45 Trio 4. CHARLES CALHOON - There's one in every class. Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 35 Track l, 2, 35 "L" Club 3, 45 Jr. Glee Club lg Opera Pro- duction Staff l, 25 Jr. Play 35 Jr. Play Production Staff 35 Jr. Legion Baseball l, 2. JO ANN CAMPBELL - Why have favorites when I love 'em all. Golden- lode 45 Nugget 2, 3, 4, Editor 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Concert Band l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band l 2, 3, 45 Jr. Glee club ig sf. Glee Club 2, 3, 4, opera 2, 3, 45 Opera Production Staff l, 2, 35 Jr. Play Production Staff 35 Sr. Play 45 Small Ensemble 3, 4. DONALD CARTER -- I've served my time, now good-by. Golddigger Day Float Committee l. DARLENE CHRISTENSEN - Likable little lass. GAA. l, 2, 35 Pep Club l, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Glee Club l, 25 Sr. Glee Club 3, 45 Opera 3, 45 Opera Produc- tion Staff 45 Jr. Play Production Staff 35 Sr. Play Production Staff 45 One Act Plays 35 Debate l5 Miss L.H.S. 45 Sr. Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Nugget 4. WAYNE COWLING - Motorscooters are my specialty. Basketball l, 2, 45 Jr. Glee Club l. BE'l'l'Y DRYER - Quietness is her chief virtue5 Pep Club 2. THELMA EGGEN - You can't always tell about these quiet girls. Salutator- ian5 Pep Club 2, 35 Goldenlode 4, Ed- itor 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Jr. Play Production Staff 35 Debate 2, 3, 45 Extemp. 2, 3, 45 Oratory 2, 3, 45 N.F.L. , 4. ELINOR EWALD - She who laughs last didn't get the joke. Student Council 45 Girls' State 35 Goldenlode 45 Nugget 2, 3, 4, Editor 3, 45 Con- cert Band l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band l, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Glee Club l5 Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Opera 2, 3, 45 Opera Production Staff 25 Jr. Play nl?-rodiftion Staff 35 Debate I5 Triple rio . SENIORS JOYCE CARTER - I put my troubles in a pocket with a hole in it. Sr. Play Production Staff 4. JOYCE COWLES - I feel so "Gay." Pep Club l5 Nugget 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Jr. Glee Club l5 Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Opera 2, 3, 45 Opera Production Staff 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play Production Staff 35 Sr. Play Production Staff 4. JEAN DeRlDER--Speak freely what you think. Class Secretary 45 Student Council l5 G.A.A. 25 Pep Club 35 Goldenlode 45 Nugget 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Jr. Glee Club l 5 Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Opera 2, 3, 45 Opera Pro- duction Staff 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play 35 Jr. Play Production Staff 35 Sr. Play Pro- duction Staff 45 Debate l 5 Triple Trio MARJORY EDWARDS - Wisdom is a rare gift. G.A.A. l, 2, 35 Pep Club l, 2, 45 Nugget 4, Editor 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Concert Band l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 45 Theatre Orchestra 45 Jr. Glee Club l, 25 Sr. Glee Club 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Opera 3, 45 Jr. Play 35 Jr. Play Production Staff 35 Sr. Play 45 One Act Plays 35 Debate l5 Declama- tion . GERTRUDE ERICKSON - Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm. Pep Club 2, 45 Goldenlode 45 Nugget 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Jr. Glee Club l5 Opera Production Staff 3, 45 Jr. Play Produc- tion Staff 35 Sr. Play Production Staff 45 One Act Plays 3. BETTY EWOLDT -- Oh, you kids, did you hear this one? G.A.A. 35 Pep Club l, 2, 35 Nugget 4, Editor 45 Jr. Glee Club l5 Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Opera 2, 3, 45 Opera Production Staff 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play 35 Jr. Play Production Staff 35 Sr. Play Production Staff 3, 45 One Act Plays 3, 45 Debate 2, 35 De- clamation 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 45 N.F.L. 3, 45 Small Ensemble 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. SENIORS LOUISE FOCKLER - A red-headed girl with a good disposition is a rare find. Nugget 43 Jr. Glee Club l, 23 Sr. Glee Club 3, 43 Opera 3, 43 Jr. Ploy Production Staff 33 Sr. Play Pro- duction Staff 4, ELIZABETH FRASER - There aren't any cobwebs in her attic. Character, Personality, and Leadership3 Student Council 3, 43 D.A.R. Representative 43 Girls' State 33 Pep Club 33 Goldenlode 43 Concert Band l, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band l, 2, 3, 43 Theatre Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Jr. Glee Club l 3 Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Opera 2, 3, 43 Opera Production Staff 2, 3, 43 Jr. Play Production Staff 33 Sr. Play Production Staff 43 Debate l, 23 N.FfL. 2, 33 Small Ensemble 4. PILAR GUERRERO - She gets a lot ot fun out of living, Jr. Glee Club l. ROBERT HARRIS - Why take life seriously - you never get out alive. Track 23 Concert Band l3 Jr. Glee Club l3 Sr, Glee Club 2, 33 Opera 23 Opera Production Staff li Jr. Play Production Staff l, 2, 3, 43 Sr, Play Production Staff l, 2, 3, 4. GERALD HOGGATT - Why hurry to school - it'Il still be there when you arrive. Jr. Glee Club l, 23 Sr. Glee Club 3, 43 Opera 3, 43 Jr. Play 33 Jr. Play Production Staff 33 Sr. Ploy Pro- duction Staff 43 Debate l, 2. 'LEO HUHTA-He's never fussy. Track JACK FRANDSEN - A'good fellow who studies about as often as anyone. Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Track l, 2, 3, 43 "L" Club 43 Nugget 43 Jr. Glee Club l3 Sr. Glee Club 2. NORMA GASKIN - A giggle is the some in any language. Jr. Glee Club l3 Sr. Glee Club 43 Opera 43 Jr. Play Production Staff 3. DELORES GULLICKSON - Slow and easy, but always sure of getting there, GAA. 23 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Golden- lode 43 Nugget 3, 43 Editor 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Jr. Glee Club lg Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Opera 3, 43 Jr. Play Production Staff 33 Sr. Play 43 Debate l. DlXlE HELMER-Does her own think- ing and needs little advice. Student Council 23 Pep Club l, 2, 43 Golden- lode 43 Nugget 3, 43 Editor 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Jr. Glee Club lj Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Opera 2, 3, 43 Opera Production Staff 3, 43 Jr. Play 33 Jr. Play Production Staff 33 Sr. Play 43 Triple Trio 4. DOROTHY HOLSO - SDE-ech is of gm? Silence is of Eternity. Pep Club PATRICIA JAMES - My ways are the ways of the wind, my life is always in a whirl. Student Council l3 Majorette l, 2, 3, 43 Goldenlode 43 Nugget 2, 3, 4, Editor 3, 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 43 Jr. Glee Club l 3 Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Opera 2, 3, 43 Opera Production Staff 3, 43 Jr. Play 33 Sr. Play 4. LOTTIE JENKIN - Wind her up and all she does is giggle. G.A.A. 2, 3, 41 Pep Club l, 2, 3, 41 Jr, Glee Club l, 21 Sr. Glee Club 3, 41 Opera 3, 41 Jr. Play 31 Jr. Play Production Staff 31 Sr. Play Production Staff 41 Debate 2, 3, 41 Declamation 3, 41 N.F.L. 4. KENNETH JUKKALA - A auiet man, but auite a man. Basketball 41 Jeffers High School, Michigan l, 2, 3. BETTY KESTERMAN - They say the best fruit grows near the ground. Class Vice-Pres, lg Pep Club 31 Jr. Play Production Staff 31 One Act Plays 21 Keystone High School l, 21 Hill City High School 3. LAVERN KIPENA - When a woman passes by, l wish l weren't so shy. AUDREY LAKOTA - To be married best suits her. GAA, 31 Jr. Glee Club l, 2. WAYNE LASHER-Whiz at the wheel. Jr. Glee Club lg Jr. Band 41 Deadwood High School 4. SENIORS DOROTHY JOHNSON - She gets a gotzog gun out of living. Pep Club CHAMBERS KELLAR - All I want is wine, women, and song. Student Coun- cil 41 Football l, 2, 3, 41 Basketball l, 2, 3, 41 Track 31 "L" Club 2, 3, 41 Goldenlode 41 Nugget 3, 4, Editor 3, 41 Jr. Glee Club l1 Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 41 Opera 2, 3, 41 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 41 Jr. Play 31 Sr. Play Production Staff 41 Debate l, 2, 3, 41 N.F.L. 2, 3, 41 American Legion Baseball l, 2, 3. IRENE KINNEY - An exception to the rule of women - she doesn't tell all she knows. Nugget 41 Jr. Glee Club l, 21 Sr. Glee Club 3. BlLL KONOLA - Give him a chance and maybe he'll grow up. Jr. Glee Club l. DAN LARSON - l'd rather hug a pig- skin than any girl l know, it says here. Football 2, 3, 41 Basketball l, 2, 31 Track l, 2, 3, 41 "L" Club 41 Jr. Legion Baseball l, 2, 3. ROBERT LEHMAN - School doesn't bother me, it's them wimmin! Basket- ball 21 Track 41 lntra Mural Basket- ball 4. SENIORS JUANITA LENERVILLE - Quietness is bliss.- Pep Club 45 Lemmon High School I, 2, 3. PATSY LEWIS - She and gloom are no relation, GAA. I, 2, 35 Pep Club 45 Nugget 45 Jr. Glee Club l, 25 Sr. Glee Club 3, 45 Opera 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play Production Staff 35 Sr, Play Pro- duction Staff 4. ALYCE MARSH - Doesn't worry about the price of midnight oil, GAA, 35 Pep Club 25 Deadwood High School l. RALPH MATTSON - Oh mel How innocent my childhood was. Character, Personality, and Leadership5 Class Vice-President 35 Class Secretary I5 Student Council 45 Boys' State 35 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Track I, 35 "L" Club 3, 45 Golden- Iode 45 Editor 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Jr. Glee Club I5 Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Opera 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play 35 Sr, Play 45 One Act Plays 35 Debate I 5 Oratory 35 Jr. Legion Baseball I, 2, 3. JOE MIGLIA - I can never hide my boyish blush, Class Vice-President I5 Student Council 45 Basketball 3. ROBERT MUSEKAMP -The insepar- able two - Bob and his car. YVONNE LENERVILLE -- She came o stronger and remains o friend. Pep Club 45 Lemmon High School I, 2, 3. CARROLL LORANG - Just call me "Doc," I can operate anywhere, Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Jr, Glee Club I5 Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Opera 3, 4. BEVERLY MARTIN - Red becomes her face. Pep Club I, 25 Goldenlode 45 Nugget 3, 4, Editor 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Concert Band I, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Jr. Glee Club I5 Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Opera 2, 3, 45 Opera Production Staff I, 3, 45 Jr. Play Pro- duction Staff 35 Sr. Play 45 Triple Trio 4. JEAN MAYNARD - I don't mind school, it's the studying that bothers me. GAA. 35 Pep Club 35 Cooper High School, Texas l. LEO MONAHEN - Wanna hear a story? Football 35 Goldenlode 45 Jr. Glee Club I5 Sr. Glee Club 2, 35 Jr. Play Production Staff 3. DICK NADEAU - I never let study- ing interfere with my education. Foot- ball 45 "L" Club 45 Galdenlode 45 Sr. Play Production Staff 45 Debate 2, 3, 45 Oratory 45 N,F.L. 2, 3, 4. -f , .-.ss-M,-nm,-A ELLENE OHNEMUS - Her cares are not many3 we wonder has she any? Jr. Glee Club l, 2. GERALD PERRY - l need a new car - my ash trays are full. Basketball 2. DONALD POE - A mighty hunter, and his prey is women. Class Pres. l3 Student Council 23 Football l, 23 Basketball l 3 Track l 3 Nugget 43 Con- cert Band 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 43 Jr. Glee Club l3 Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Opera l, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY RUNDLE - A friend to- day, a friend tomorrow. Jr. Play Pro- duction Staff 3. SALLY SCHMIDT - My highest am- bitions are in Rapid City. Pep Club 2,33 Goldenlode 43 Editor 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Jr. Glee Club l3 Debate 23 N.F.L. 2, 3, 4. JEANNETTE SCOTT - She has a large ration of inspiration. Nugget 43 Jr. Glee Club l, 23 Sr. Glee Club 3, 43 Opera 3, 4. ' SENIORS DUANE ORR - Life savers come in quite a package! Class President 23 Student Council 43 Boys' State 33 Goldenlade 43 Concert Band 3, 43 Pep Band 43 Theatre Orchestra 43 Jr, Play 33 Sr, Play Production Staff 4. OWEN PLYMELL - A man among men is he, but among women he'd rather be. Class Pres. 43 Student Council 3, 43 Boys' State 33 Football l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 Basketball l, 2, 33 Track l, 33 "L" Club 3, 43 Jr, Glee Club l3 Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Opera 2, 3, 43 Jr. Play 33 Sr. Play 43 Jr. Legion Baseball l, 2, 3. LEONARD ROBINSON - lt isn't what you do, it's what you get by with. Class Pres. 33 Student Council 43 Basketball l, 23 Football 33 Nugget 43 Jr, Glee Club l 3 Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Jr. Play 33 3r.3PlcAy 43 Debate 43 N.F.L. 43 Opera DONALD SCANDRETT - No sinner, no saint. Basketball 33 Track 43 Wessingtan Springs Jr. College l 3 Vale High School Z RALPH SCHOPEN - Early to bed and early to rise and you'lI never have red in your eyes. Jr. Glee Club 23 Sr. glee Club 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Opera , 4. DOROTHY SMITH - She's a chain talker, she lights each sentence with a spark from the last. Valedictoriang Pep Club 2, 33 Jr. Glee Club l, 23 Sr. Glee Club 3, 43 Opera 3, 43 Opera Production Staff 2, 3, 43 Jr. Play Pro- duction Staff 33 Sr. Play Production Staff 4. ..,........ a...mu. ., Le. 1 ...i SENIORS MARY TEIGEN - May she never change, except in name, Class Vice- Pres. 25 Jr. Glee Club 25 Opera 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Opera Production Staff 35 Jr. Play 35 Miss L.H.S. At- tendant 4. MARLAND THOMPSEN -- He is calm and unperturbed, seldom seems to be disturbed. Basketball 2, 4. ELEANOR VIGNA - She may be a blonde but she isn't dumb. Concert Band l, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Glee Club l, Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Opera 2, 3, 45 Opera Production Staff l, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play 35 Jr. Play Production Staff 35 One Act Plays 35 Debate l, 2, 3, 45 Extemp. 3, 45 Oratory 2, 45 Declamation 35 N.F.L. 2, 3, 45 Trio 45 Spanish Club 4. LE ROY TESCH - I like to study in the morning, but I always forget to get up. Football 45 Track 3. JEAN VERONDA - She thinks the Navy won the war. Student Council 25 Pep Club l, 2, 35 Cheerleader 35 Maiorette 3, 45 Goldenlode 45 Jr. Glee Club l5 Sr. Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Opera 2, 3, 45 Opera Production Stott l, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play 35 Jr. Play Production Staff 45 Sr. Play Production Staff 45 Miss L.H.S. Attendantg Small Ensemble 4. DAVID VONWALD-A whiz at sports and the girl he courts. Class Pres. l5 Student Council 2, 45 Boys' State 35 Football l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Basket- ball i, 2, 3,45 Track 1, 2, 35 "L" Club 2, 3, 45 Nugget 3, 45 Concert Band l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band l, 2, 35 Theatre Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Sr. Play Production Staff 4. Not pictured FLOYD BOLlN BETTY LOU COREY SADHE MURPHY EARL WITCRAET STUDENT LIBRARIANS. SlTTlNG: Mae Calhoon, Gertrude Erickson, Mary Binney, Dorothy Smith, Lois Alleman. STANDING: Joyce Cowles, Betty Dryer, Mrs. Mathisen, Dixie l-lelmer, Joyce Carter, Carol Borud. Not pictured: Betty Ewoldt. 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L, f Q Mig 4 Q 6 Q SE VW ff W ,,,,. , A , Qi 1 1. X 2' .iv WW K if E ,A 5 Mgr QW!! FASHIGN SHOW E E 1 5 Q Y ij- 1 , 'A 55: F IAEE i Q W J ff 2 Q il TE? 11 ,. Q iii iUi'l A' .. wi L1 yur . i X, 3 aff? s Offfooi busrness Svrmq your pordrwer, ond oromer1odeF If? Ya xi is I My qosiw - o oatermol Elrmsfemf We rnoube for 0 moment of oroyer, Worft she dooce mth you, Frormk? Somebodyfs got cold feet. WI1ot's the other qoy look Irke? Gomg somewhere, Homme? Gorghnq or singmg9 Escopmg from L HS Comcermtrorwon Comp, 124 of-'al lyk, ye WL' Q if K in ,aww 5' ,yan K we fiigx, WW, K f wwf: in K Q 112 'T-r I. Three little city-billies, 2. Scored, Norma? 3 I wont my momma! 4, The Temperance League. S, Hey, Rod'l 6 Life gets tedious, don't it? Champs 3i4O. Which is the horse? The winnoh' Future orchitects! ' ,, fi? if 74 1, KN, .. EXW , A Xi! ' 5 5 "M 1 -' .::: ,, 1 k .m , .Q . - V 5? 5,5 4 1 ii gif .-1' 4-ig: ff E f til M31 T a l-le "nose" how to study. Moral Support Does the "D" stand for Dear? A "pretty" posing. That windblown look. The "Lone" Ranger. Nothing conceited about him! That Pepsodent smile. A2 Need some sunglasses? l-low did you win it? Yodeling Cowgirl. Three musketeers. Three Park Ave. gals. Bradbury's pets or pests? Relaxing on the set. ACTIVITIES Mr. Elster. THEATER ORCHESTRA. Marjory Edwards, David VonWold, Lewis Anderson, Duane Orr, Frank Brust, Sandro Hagel, Donald Elster, Jill Moodle, Mary Poynter, Elizabeth Fraser, Marilyn Brust, Jean Harder. ""51'5i"G"'i CONCERT BAND. ROW lj E, Fraser, J. Campbell, J. Moodle, M. Warren, S, Dotson, ROW 2: K. Cooper, J. Kravig, E. Rose, W. VVhite, L. Lindquist, E. Storiefelt, V, Matthew, A. Moodie, M. Froley. ROW 3: H. Erikson, D. Autio, Dennis VonWald, S. Ausmann, J. Paonanen, T, Drollman, J. l-loggatt, L. Cooper, D. Elster, F. Brust, H. Borg, R. Gallo, E. Sawin. ROW 4: B. Martin, Mr. Elster, R. DeMorscl1e, R. Schmidt. BOYS' ORCHESTRA. Dick Edwards, Walter Thomsen, Frank Brust, Donald Elster, Lyle Scandrett, Lloyd Cooper, Dean Orr, Dennis VonWald, Charles Swanson, Marvin Bunch, Garry Telford, Lewis Anderson, Ray Gallo, Darrell Autio. CONCERT BAND. ROW li E. Vigna, B. Poe, A. Campbell, J. Harder, M. Brust. ROW 21 J. Curnow, D. Poe, E. Ewald, D. Rodocker, L. Anderson, M. Bunch, D. Bailey, S. Hagel, D. Orr. ROW 3: R. Fielder, J. Howe, D. Edwards, R. Sreever, D. Giroux, L. Scandrett, D. Orr, C. Swanson, M. Foglesong, F. Giroux, M. Edwards, David VonWald. ROW 4: G. Telford, M. Poynter, D. Koontz, G. Goodrich. swvv.lw,,g..mMf SENIOR INSTRUMENTALISTS SITTING Elinor Ewald Duane Orr JoAnn Campbell Elizabeth Fraser STANDING Donald Poe Eleanor Vigna David VonWald Mariary Edwards Beverly Martin MAJORETTES Twila Sherman Carol Borud Patty White Patty James Jean Veranda Gretchen Zuhr . , v PEP BAND BAND OFFICERS M. Brust-Secretary D. VonWald-President B. Martin-V. President F. Brust-Librarian 41 ,iris df' 1 3 Q G I'-5? SQ l ll 'W' I x mlm? . QQ! if Li, TRIPLE TRIO. R, Tlwielen, D. Garwill E. Ewald, D, l-lelmer, V. Anderson, D. Roblsan, J, DeRlder, L. Reinecke, B. Martin. SMALL ENSEMBLE Sl'l'l'lNG R. Gengler M. Brusl' J. Veranda P. Sclmltzel J. Bradley D. l-lelseth A. Clowser STANDING E. Rose R, Cowell J, Campbell E. Fraser R. Gallo B. Ewoldt TRIO J. Bradley M. Thielen E. Vigna QUARTETTEX R. Sfeeverf l-l. Barq D. Lindquist D. C etti OLD SPANISH USTOM KATHERINE DARLING, .,.,,..,,.....,.....,, ......,..... .........., ...,.... B e I ty Ewoldl' BEATRICE Tl-IORNE ..,..,,,. .,........ M ory Thielen STANLEY DARLING ........V ......A,., D onold Poe MARIA PATRONA ,-g,,,,,,. . WILHELMINA DAY.. ....,....EsIher Rose .........,..lune Brodley SILAS DAY ...77...77............,. ,.......A. ..,..,7 O r ison Bedell DON JOSE RAMON RIVERA ..,.... - - .,..,,, Fronk Wimler PATRICK MURPHY ....,,,,.. ..,I,., E dword Glossgow MAGGIE MURPHY .,,.,,,..,,,.... .... , .,,A..Down Robison STATE POLICE OFFICERS ,,,,,, .....,., M elvin McLoughlin CI-IINAMAN ,,..,,,A,,,,.,,,,,,,.,, ..,..,...... R obert Cowell .fav-if-f'W""""""u-I' -...ug-N -i fi, lg '--.Q mf 1 api L Q, N' fm, L iv ""6f 4zf. 3: 'fi 2 G Q S.- BOYS' SENIOR GLEE CLUB. ROW I: D. Ammo, R Steever, C, Lorang, D Lundqalst, A. Skidmore, S, Kellar, D. Moulds, F. Brust, H. Borg P. Engllsh. ROW 21 Mass Stlles, D. Helseth, D. Poe, E, Cerro, E. Glossgow, R, Gengler, I-l. Enkson, R, Mattson, M. Brusf. ROW 3 D. Calvetti, L. Cooper, F. Wnmler, L. Kvam, W. Macdonald, O. Plymell, C. Kellar, D. Latham, L. Robrnson, R. Sclwopen. ROW 4: M. Mc- Laugnlnn, J. Berg, D. Hexnen, R. Rawlins, T. Adam, A. Clowser, D. Edwards, O. Bedell, R. Meador, GIRLS' SENIOR GLEE CLUB, ROW l A Sclwopen, J. Scott, D. Smith, A. Lawton, R. Lllyblade, M. Poynter, E. Swanson M. Thielen F. Clroux, P. Arnuo, C. Matheea. ROW 21 Mlss Stiles, J. Spencer, M Bulat, Y. Delahoyde, I-l. Trewhella, J. Cowles, M. Bradley, E. Rose J. Campbell, P, Scnnltzel ROW 5. F. Morrlslw, G Arnlo, D. Johns, L. Day, C. Borud, A. Callwaon, E. Ewald, B. Ross, S. Dotson, M Binney W. Ward. ROW 4. W Ammons, J DeRlder, M. Edwards, W. Dofson, B. Le-lf, B. Varland, D. Dryer, M. Foglesong. ROW 51 C.. Palmer L. Jenkxn, D. Helmer, B. Martln, J. Moodle, K Anflnson, E. Rltchie, L. Reinecke, J. Paananen. ., ...- Y .-..- -vww - , 69 A Tir A-7 ' 2 , "' I Wa M W 'Rf sr-If W ,Q 1 1 1 1 JUNIOR MIXED CHORUS. ROW li E Halca, M. Monahen, S. Seyon, M Macdonald, L. Cornett, M. Fraley, N. Hernes, V. Matthew K. Frandsen, P. Freeman, S. Sherman, B Kane, B Klein. ROW 23 M Warren, M. Bryan, P, Harlan, J. Hanson, L. Roozen, S. Ross, J. Rink: inen, M. Hufendick, B. Bender, A. Campbell, R Enderby, Miss Stiles. ROW 3. L Mackey, L Ohnemus, T. Drollman, P. Torino, R. Gallo C, Lasher, S. Eixenherger, M. French, G. Lewis, G. Goodrich, J. Neisent, W. Cutler, C. Watt. ROW 43 B. Russell, L. Lakota, E. Sawin M. Pahkarnaa, K Cooper, S llaqel, ll Sliper, C Curran, M. Ray, D, Mcghlall, B. Kinney, L. Vodopidr ROW 5. R. Selirnidt, E. Sehnitger L. McDonald, D. Ricky, E. Dexheimer, R. Fielder, S. Teigen, G. Telford, T. Gengler, R. Michael, D. Brand, L. Scandrett, M. Bunch. GIRLS' SENIOR GLEE CLUB. ROW l i P, Burtrum, E Lininger, G. Zuhr, J. Veranda, R, Burehell, B. Ewoldt, M. Gallo, B. Percevich, P. James, L. Salathe, L. Mittlestadt. ROW 2: M, McDonald, N. Gaskin, R. Thielen, M. Erickson, D, Gonfvill, D, Mutchler, M. Anderson, D. Davey C, Alaniya, J. Bradley. ROW 31 V. Anderson, B. Freeman, J. Hays, S Ausmann, L Foclcler, J, Harder, J. Drollman, R. Odrlin, D. Rodocker: M, Brust, L. Mittlestadt, ROW 4: B. McLaughlin, D. Robison, E, Vigna, O. Orr, J. Schmidt, E Fraser, H. Waterland, D, Christensen, D. Giroux, D. Randolph. ROW 5: P. Lewis, D. Gullickson, J. Baslcer, M. Teigen, M Johnson, D. Ritghie, C. Soe, C. Anderson. Q Mfr X 1- sw I 0 I 5- 1 I' A Q 'N Q 0 '53 ' K ' QU. Us 4 Y 1 .. . - 5-I , g Q 5 1-2' x 4... J, I I Q I I J ...il an I 1 1 1 "A" DEBATE SQUAD. SITTING: P, English, R. Erickson, J. Berg, L. Kvom. STANDING ROW I1 D. Robison, C. Polmer, J. Moodle, B. Ross, M Foglesong, L. Mittlestodt, J. Krovig, IST TEAM NEGATIVE D. Rodocker, L. Jenkin, T. Eggen, J. Schmidt, E. Vigno. ROW 2: T. Adom, C. Swanson, D. Nelson, J. Howe, Mr. Kolberg, D Nodeoo, L Robinson, L. Cooper, E. Glossgow, C. Row. Not pictured: C, Soe. SPEEC EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING AND ORATORY. SITTING J. Moodle, T. Eggen, E. Vigno, L. Mittlestodt. STANDING ROW I. L. Kvom, R. Erickson, C Polmer, L. Cooper, H. Vondine. ROW 21 D. Nodeou, J. Berg, Mr. Kolberg, E, Glossgow. 5 Q -L L, Robinson L. Kvom fr D. Nodeou J The annual Student Congress held again this year at Lead with the largest attendance .... Marjory Edwards, Elizabeth Cotton, Joan Schmidt, and Lowell Kvam attend contest at Philip .... N. E. L. puts on a gala dance ..., Debaters, orators, and extemp speakers see action in Philip during Jan. . . . . Tournaments at the schools very well attended and a great deal of fun ..., Lead inexperienced debaters win the Black Hills Championship .... District held at Rapid City, several second places taken: Lowell Kvam in extemp, Dick Nadeau in original oratory, and Thelma Eggen in American Legion .... Assembly held in the auditorium in observance of N. F. L. anniversary, humorous gum-chewing de- bate held and pins and certificates awarded to N. F. L. members .... Grueling but humorous initiation held with plenty of good food afterwards to ease the pain and embarrassment .... Fresh- man-Sophomore debate tournament held in Lead . . . . All in all a very profitable and enjoyable year. IST TEAM AFFIRMATIVE WB' Mr. Kolberg T. Eggen E. Vigno DECLAMATION. SITTING: E. Cotton, Miss Brourn, D. Robison, STANDING: I. Clark, S. Ausmonn, B. Ross, L. Jenkin, M. Edwards, J. Schmidt. Not pictured: B. Ewoldf. "B" DEBATE SQUAD. SITTING: V. Motthew, S. Ross, E. Vodopich, L. Luger, M, Froley, R, Enderby. STANDING: P. Lewis, D. McNoll, R. Roesler, Mr. Kolberg, C. Botinovich, N. Hemes, D. Russell. sim ADVISOR L E A D H N Mrs, Mathisen EDITORS M. Edwards LI G G E T J. Campbell 33-Y Q FIRST SEMESTER EDITORS. J Camobeil, B Martin, SECOND SEMESTER EDITORS. I.. Allernan, L, Lam E, Ewald, C. Keilar, P, James. brecnr, M, Binney, M. Edwards, J. DeRider. NUGGET STAFF. ROW I: P, James, R, Lilyblade, B, Percevicn, I Clark, M Anderson, J Campbell, M, Tnielen, G. Erickson. ROW 2 Mrs. Mathisen, J. Cowles, D. GorwiIl, E Ewold, E Cotton, D, Giroux, B Ross, M Erasr, M Binney, I.. Aileman ROW 3: D, Cnrisren- sen, M. Edwards, C, Anderson, L. Jenkin, B Martin, D. Helmer, J. Sinmidt, L Fockler, D, Robison ROW 4: C. Borad, D. Lindquist C. Kellar, J, Berg, L, Reinecke, L, Lamorecnt, J Frandsen, D Poe, C Row, J OeRider. w-. 'f 1 GOLDENLODE STAFF. SITTING: J. Verondo, L. Monohen, J. Campbell, R, Meodor, W, Ammons. STANDING: P. Jomes, L. Wosilik, H, Erlkson, E. Froser, R. Nodeou, M. Colhoon. J, DeRider, D, I-lelmer, C, Keller, J, Brodley. E, Ewold, D. Orr, G. Erickson, B. Martin. lf'llZ?!2Zn GQLDE LODE T. Eggen S. Schmidt MTIIZSIZ, L E A D H I PEP CLUB ROW I G, Erickson, E, Swonson I, Clork, M. Binney D. Dovey, M. Colhoon ROW 2 Miss Collies, D. Gorwill S. Ausmonn, E. Cotton M. Edwords. ROW 3 J. Schmidt, L. Jenkin, J. Poononen, B. Sliper, D. Ritchie, NOT PICTURED B Ewoldf, D. Giroux, D. Gul- Iickson. f r 1 f C' BOYLICII I E' QQTKOTM Bmney, eRider, D GIIOUTL AIIeffi0"g EWQICIK. d I. U Comes, UQED. Rbison M EGWOJE ggiwmidiiih NOT PICT D O I . dqws . EUC 50 . , A , LIU ' G. D Hamm, Tjqogegg MGX?-SQADEQU, P, James. X 3 Mortiom L Lombrinddrsoo, J. LL AND scnoLLMfiO3liOii4i5erQWg.d,KS.Gclomiii, M U rusk RIBNIIQ 2IL RGIIIQCLQ' E 3 5 e , ' NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE ROW I J. Krovig, M. Foglesong B. Ross, C. Palmer, D. Rob- ison, J. Moodie, J, Schmidt ROW2 R. Erickson, L. Kvom C. Swanson, D. Nelson, J. Howe, T. Adam. NOT PICTURED D. Carter, B. Ewoldt. -,NS I -X at X if -,slut , If" ' Z 53 3 SPANISH CLUB SITTING E. Cotton L. Jenkin J. Krovig C. Kellor D. Lindquist STANDING J. Scott D. Dovey E. Vigno Mr. Bradbury QW Z. if '-'Y' PEP CLUB' Row 1 L. Fockier, B. Freeman, G. Arnio, M. Anderson, R. Liiyblode, M. Thielen. ROW 2 H. Hinzmonn, D. Christen- sen, J. Bradley, D. Johnson, B. Ross. ROW 3 J. Bosker, D. Heimer, O. Orr, C. Anderson, D. Holso. NOT PICTURED P. Jomes, P. Lewis, M. Tei- QED, NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE ROW I L. Jenkin, D. Rodocker, T. Eggen, Mr. Kolberg, L. Reinecke, E. Vigno, S. Schmidt, L. Mittiesrodt. ROW2 J, Berg, C. Keilor R. Nodeou, L. Robinson E. Glossgow, C. Row, P. Eng- Iish. NOT PICTURED E. Froser, C. Soe. ALMOST EIGHTEEN WILLIAM BARRY..- ...... -..-...GeraId Murray GRACE BARRY .....,,..... ...-...Dixie Lee Helmer BEATRICE BARRY ....,.. - .E ....................... Delores Gullickson MABEL WARREN ........... .. ..... ,- ...,-.--..Beverly Martin MRS. GRANVILLE ....... -. ......... Mariory Edwards EDDIE BARRY ......... ...- .... Ralph Mattson GEORGE JONES .... N.-. ........ Leonard Robinson ANN SHERMAN ,....,.,. S....... ..- ...,. Jo Ann Campbell SALLY DAVIDSON ........ .. ......... - ......, Patricia James TOMMY GRANVILLE ....... - -.W..DonaId Scandrett MR, MERRITT ,,,.,......,.... ..- ,... .....,., Ow en PIymeII MISS DARLYMPLE ....... - - ......... . .M .... J une B radley THE STRAWHATTERS' CASE Directed by Miss Broum NICHOLAS PARKER IROBERTI ..... -..- .. ......... - ........... Lowell Kvom PENNY MARTIN IGLORIAI... .......... -......Borborc Percevich HAL PHILLIPS .... -.... .,.. - ........ -. ..... ....-...LIoyd Cooper CHERRY PAYNE .....,... -. ...,....... -.. -.-.-.EveIyn Schnitger STANLEY FROST .......... -... .... ........ - -...-.-.-..John Berg DELLA WATTS ............. .. ..... - ..... - .......... - ......... -.-.-..Irene Clerk ROSAMUND CLAIRE ....... - .,..... --..-..-.- ............... Joon Schmidt BURTON JAMES..- ...,.... .....-- .... ..-L .... -Alfred Clowser MAGDA SWANSON...-- .... ....... - --..- ....--...--GIodys Arnio MADELINE DUVAUX .....,..... -... -.- ..... -...- ....... Elizabeth Cotton SHERIFF PARSONS-...-..-..-..-..,.., ...- .... - .... -..-...Ernest Cetto JOE FLEMINGE.- ,...... ...-...-... - ......... -..Richard Erickson DEXTER ROSS..-,- ........... .. .......... ....... - ..Rodney Meodor DOCTOR LAW ........ I 1 I I i I 2,55 I ,., N 'W K I ,C ' I M' -.....-...Orison Bedell 1 ,, qi' Meeting of the STUDENT CON- GRESS Senate. ACTIO House of Representatives of the 1949 meeting of the STUDENT CON- GRESS, which was held in Lead High School. Lead Hi was well represented with five STUDENT CONGRESS com- mit tee chairmen. Mr. Sanderson 'folks things over with the SENIOR PLAY cast. A Q 5, .,,,,,.L. .,,,., Q , iz, 1,32 ,.,., 5 Mini' 4' 7 , 4? x W M - V " eff' g1'Q"f7fTgf?P?f23fM 4 ' WY' ' k ' A k 4 N' , f M , pri? fmqymfsiiff 5,4 L, A Y ' Q' X53 Q5 vff5?3g3i'fff M iyg rm, P' " ,gh ,fig-"' 1 ,ii :whiff , ' ,mi kip - E gif Nz' an ' " . ,ff , ""i1',p 'iff' W if ff: +6 2, Alfffi M X 8 em X A ' M f H If , 5 K a, 5 22151222325 'L ':' -'::...:'.'.iw5 ' -ZH.-: if--Ui ' L ' I , :Eb :jx 3jQg:g'1z':zeu by .. '+R . ' L , .h:,1,. , . A T , A v :X W " , .V Wim 2 1' 1 wwf ' Q A 9 w i' I " M1214 f :ff AY 5'i'iv?ii ,QW ffz it ji We , ,MET ,:' 9 Q 1, a ji Aa if , ,yew Q4 - N W gfv gxfm. 4' W 17 0M..,,6lQ4255., 12 .95 :Ugg A A W X ' ww gf: ,Qlfmi T155 1 Q .. 'K 'Q NLP egg ' V , " 21 .gf Qi FPYQ wwf f :iii 'L f 2 ,jg ,A QE" M 8 - 4 i .J 'Q 1 aww, ,X A mv Q4 j q X Jw WW A V54 if 4 fa, sg + .4ff:?'.Q My 54 136 Coach Bob Tegt ond Assistant Coach Lynn Warren 5-90d 0 4----- ....... B elle Fourche 33 '-SCU 49 --Y--- ...... E dgernont O '-905 5 ff---', ........ S turgis 25 I-9045 7 ---A-- ........ S heridcn13 7-90d 7 f------ .,..... H Ot Springs 20 I-G05 13 ---f-' ...... D eodwood 7 Egsgllegugsizfn LGGC1 I4 Y...A. ,4,,,, S peorfigh 35 ma Jim Erlocher l-'SCU I3 -----. .....,.. R opid City 67 lgmmsm Don Lorson LeRoy Tesch Kenneth Perry Lorry Peed 76 'W Chambers Kellar Rodney Meador Donald Lindquist Ralph Mattson W., El ff 'J' fr 1' 'K -ff r ' 'ft "A" SQUAD. ROW li C, Calhaon, L. Buchtel, L. Tesch, D. s. Larson, J, Erlaaher, C. Kellar, L. Peed, Coach Tegt. ROW 2, ,nan Coach Warren, F. Wirnler, R, Witcraft, B, Unger, A, Clowser, GM D. Brand, D, Latham, R. Meador, ROW 31 R, Johnson, K. Perry, 4 it O. Plymell, D. VanWald, R. Mattson, D, Lindquist, R, Nadeau. Owen Plymell Captain ROW 4: J. Howe, L. Lambrecht, R, Cowell, S. Kellar, J. Frand- sen, J. Cracco, l-l, Mason. ROW 51 Student Manager R. Steever, J, Johnson, J. Kornmann, D, Richards, M. Johnson, Dennis Von- Wald, D. Heinen. I David VonWald Captain L STARTERS. KNEELING: Perry, Cracco, Coach Tegt, Johnson, Mattson, Calhoon, Tesch, Larson. STANDING: Meador, Clowser, Kellar VonWald, Peed, Plymell, Buchtel, Lindquist, Unger, Erlacher, Wimler, T 9555 - i '54 . 5 A cyst? , t QQ! . .. .. U Joe Cracco Tegtmen start practice with seven veteran lettermeni Charles Calhoon, Jim Erlacher, Chambers Kellar, Ralph Mattson, Rad- ney Meador, Owen Plymell, and David VonWald ..., Team spirit goes down at hands of Belle Fourcheg was renewed at the expense of the Edgemont Bengles .... Sturgis, remem- bering how Lead spoiled their homecoming the previous year, turned the tables and smashed the Digger Day game by downing Lead on a slippery field .... Digger men iourney to Sheridan, Wyoming, but forget they are there to play foot- ball and are defeated by a speedy Bronc eleven . . . Switch- ing their offense to a single wing, Lead shows remarkable improvement, despite their loss to the Bisong Lead drew first blood but was unable to keep pace with the flashy attack, led by Gallegher .... The defeat of the Deadwood Bears makes any season a good oneg with this idea in mind, Lead rolled over the Bears on their own field, with cold weather as a companion .... P fame' it "Paz Howard Mason Robert Johnson BV'-ICC UUQSI' Frank Wimler Donald Brand Robert Cowell Sherman Kellar LeRoy Lambrecht Richard Nadeau With spirits high Lead traveled to Spearfish to play an under- dog Spartan eleveng the Lead offense looked good the first half, but was bottled up after half-time and came out on the short end of the score, this half-time iinx was characteristic of the team throughout the entire season .... After two weeks rest, the Marooris met Rapid on Armistice Day on the Lead field, Rapid's heavier, more experienced Cobblers found no trouble, many boys gained experience as the spirited Diggers reserves replaced the beaten regularsg the final whistle found Rapid way out in front 67 to l3g t'was a sad day for the wearers of maroon and white .... The following boys earned their "L"s: SENIORS-Plyrnell, VonWald, Chambers Kellar, Mattson, Frandsen, Calhoon, Buchtel, Tesch, Larson, Nadeau. JUNIORS -- Meador, Lindquist, Cowell, Cracco, Peed, Wimler, Perry, Lambrecht, Clowser. SOPHOMORES-Sherman Kellar, Eriacher, Unger, Mason, Brand, Johnson. Jack Frandsen 'Q 3? A 5 Y 4' U92 K 'fav Agwg Wqwhii P?HIl'!RYmxsbe4' l . y-kf' 4 y fi . , ' as ,Q V" Alfred Clowser C r Q fe Boll y M Donald Brad! Brom-j H einen 'Ya 5' , 06, 'fs 942, af, 'Vs 4? z 54 of MCNQII Vodopich Ross 4' Coach Tegt, Robert Russell, Jim Christensen, Gerald Anderson, Robert Fielder, Carl Batinovich, David Dirksen, Lee Wasilik, Russell Raw lins, Charles Anderson, Bruce Unger, Eddie Nelson, Robert Roesler, " " SQUADS ROW l: Martin Warvi, Dave Polley, Ray Gallo, Edwin Juso, Gerald Anderson, Robert Roesler, Robert Scott, Donald Stork, Patrick O'Brien, Peter Torino, ROW 2: Coach Fitcher, Dennis VonWald, Robert Noeller, Larry McDonald, James Kornmann, Donald Byrum, Donald Moulds, John Johnson, Eugene Dexheimer, Frank Brust, ROW 3: Ted Gengler, Russell Rantapaa, Douglas Balander, Donald Heinen, Marlin Johnson, Tom Adam, Dominic Calvetti, Robert Fielder, Paul Bickerdyke. .lp 5 K .N ,A ,Q silty? .53 sw- W- EE X , e ima .V W... , P eff? wr Hui an M 13 5 an F553 ' LEA 551 f 2 2 Li - ,xf::'3' i I Q I 0 fsewf s 1 x X ,milf , N azzafgjaivzgjii fb ---- 1. I .,:. D -9 .. '-'i 1 , - . 2 NA gf mm-mm, xxx xy Fi Q' if 5? 4:33 X ff-xizg: 1' Q SI rg vi ' 5 . ,f Mr. . . 423 Q X f N W ,vwwmmv xx 9 55 U 3-gin: ,L ig , -, F-. We 'ix X J' I 1 , ,Q F Ag! Y I V X ,,Ax . ., 5 N N xx XX ,.,, Q i ff? 2 QQ , 4 f 1 at 4 Q' xgggg , Aix , , am ,Q 1 X X n 1 , , ,, Coach Lynn Warren starts his first season as Golddigger mentor ...A Former lettermen Dave VonWald and Rodney Meador, with newcomer Ken Jukkala, form nucleus of squad .... Four juniors: Ken Perry, Roger Witcraft, Frank Wimler, and Donald Lindquist, with three sophomores: Bob Johnson, Dennis VonWald, and Dave Dirksen, round out team ,... Diggers wallop Bears 48 to 38 on home court in season opener .... Traveling Leadmen run into a Wyoming jinx, dropping two non-conference tilts to Sheridan and Gillette on out-of-state tour .,., Broadus, Montana visitors are outclassed by the Warren's mountain men S2 to 2l ..., Digger squad increased with the addition of former lettermen: Owen Plymell, Chambers Kellar, Ralph Mattson, and Larry Peed .... Returning to conference play the Diggers fall into slump dropping four conference games .,., Losing streak snapped with Leadites overcoming the Spearfish Spartans 43 to 4l ,.,. Bison get revenge on the Diggers' one-point victory of last season by nosing out hill-top quintet 39 to 38 in last minute thriller .,,. Return match with the Bears finds the Deadwood quintet on the short end of a 38 to 27 tally .... Custer shows unexpected strength, gaining a 54 to 45 victory ..,. Biggest upset of the season comes with the clicking Diggers halting the powerful, first-place Rapid City Cobblers 53 to 42 .... Sophomoresi Jim Christensen, Bruce Unger, and Jerny Anderson see action for the Diggers .... Final game of the season witnesses a fourth quarter slump by the maroon and white, to give Spearfish a 43 to 38 victory .,.. Diggers inability to stop Belle Fourche and score another win over the Cobblers cost them Sectional Tourney .,.. Eight earn letters: Rodney Meador, Larry Peed, Dave VonWald, Donald Lindquist, Dennis VonWaId, Roger Witcraft, Robert Johnson, and Ken- neth Perry .... Strong foundation seen for future teams. ma ., r,f,f Lead 3X ....... f...-.-.., ...... f ........... Deadwood Tl Lead 29 ...,..- ...... a..-...,.- ...... ,.- Sr. Pakrrcks X6 .- .... Raprd CHN 25 S eorhsh U Lead 34 .......... ,. ......... ....... - ....... D Lead 21 ,,,,,,,, ,. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, B ehe Fourche 26 Lead 20 ,,,,,,. ,,,,, ,.... , ,..., ,.,..,. ....... DeadWoOd XD mo-vouho soum. mamma- J. Lawn, Kd J. Curnow, P. Torkno, L Wehs J. Groeneve , Coach Kramer. STAND C. Luderrwan, DoyXe Grr in C. Bonduront, L. Bur- XNGM D. Esker, L,f-Sm , ringron, D. Nlodor-rch. St. Ambrose 9 Lead BX ...... f,....-..,...,,,., Lead D ..-,.-., ....... ,,, .... -.,.,. Behe Fourche 6 ,..,..- Rapkd Ckw X8 Lead N3 .,....... f ..... ,.,..., 85-POUND SQUAD. KNEELXNG1 Coach Ko R. Shper, D, Stork, L. Pkrrman, D. Dorrey STANDXNG: R. Hendersfm, W. Mannkck, E. Shaw 5. Hoggart, H. Marti. Leod QQ ',--,,,,-, ,-,,,x,,,,,,, ,.,,,, ,,, Deadwo0d 71 Con- KNEELXNC1 1 Coach POUND SQUAD. R0esXer D Hogmarm. Lead 26 ,,,,..,,,, ,..,,, , ,.,,,, ,,, HEAVY-WEXGHT SQUAD. KNEELXNG1 5. Howe R, Ahmon, A. CXow5er, D, Cowem, D. Bendt Coach Frrcher. STANDXNG: R. Edckson, D. Brand R. Coweh, C. Lorong, E. Cerro. Lacoo F Brust, 6. , - G D Orr, K. LoranQ, Y , . X Pohev. STANDXN 2 . M. Wann, L. Guerrero, R. Russeh. WEIGHT 2 7th Juvenile Touma ment di S reared by M I'. G Ca rn, ROW li B. Clouser, D. Willson, L. Wells, H. Bridenstine, Jerry Cetto R Scott J. Cregor, G. Anderson, R. Michael, D. VonWald, J. Johnson, R, NoellerIE. 'Nelson' ROW 21 Manager Steever, D. Lindquist, R. Cowell, E. Cetto, R. Rantapaa J' Kornmonnv L. McDonald, R. Roesler, J. Percevich, H. Borg, M. Lorang, J. Frondsen,'L.,Lambrecht, Manager Swanson. ROW 33 Coach Tegt, F. Wimler, J, Christensen, B, Unger, K. Perry, M. McLoughlin, D. Heinen, J, Howe, G. Hoggatt, M. Johnson, J. Erlocher, Coach Brod- bury, Coach Fitcher, Coach Warren. Jim Christensen, Bob Johnson, Ken Perry, and Frank Wimler are Diggers returning lettermen .... Sprint medley team, composed of Wimler, Johnson, Christensen, and Perry, tolce first place at both the Pierre Relays and West River Reloys lRapid Cityl .... Lead wins second annual telegraphic meet with Fremont, Nebraskag Cetto, Perry, and Erlacher set new records .,.. Diggers place third in second annual Junior lnigh meet at Lead .... Cetto cops third ploce at the Regionol meet held nt Hot Springs, thus qualifying for the State meet at Aberdeen .... Senior Larry Deed, juniors Ken Perry, Frank Wimler, Don l-leinen, Ernie Cettog and sophomores Bob Johnson, Molcolm Lorong, Jim Christensen, Eddie Nelson, and manager Charles Swan- san earn letters. K, PEYYY F Wim M. LOfGnQ i cimsiefisell E. Cetto EA Nstxseguohlln i 'tfcmfhef' 6' Hetftefl he M 1. - . , .. JUNIOR HIGH SQUAD. ROW I L Raetz, W Manntrk, D Talley, J Cowan, J Roarlc, L Smttlt, I-I Matti, D, Reel, L, Barrington. ROW 2 J Hoaaatt, N Cotta, Doyle- Orr, D Vodrrorlt, C Lademan, A Tttanr r, J Lawton, F Adams, I Ptttman, T, Matfttler, J, Cltris- tensen ROW 3 Coaflw Bradbury, R Sltoor, L Anttngon, fl Rovslrfr, J Carnnyv, Dran Orr,J Faanr, C Banrlarant, H Davidson, N, Forkler, ROW 4: D, Wtllson, W Holea, C Anderson, D Lake-, J Velzy, J Ctrocnoycld, H Ertrlnrtnttnn, J Palmer, J Creger, L, Wells, R, Duncan, AMERICAN LEGION JUNIOR BASEBALL SQUAD. Bat boy, Jtmrny Lawton ROW l Kennetlt Perry, Alfred Clowser, Gerald Murray, Donald Ltndaatst, Cltamhers Kellar, Larry Peed ROW 2 Ernest Cetto, Sherman Kollar, Ralnlt Mattgon, Jam Lrlaclter, Rodney Meador. ROW 3' Ass't Coach Kott, Owen Plymell, Coach Mrtcltcll, Dan Larson, Ass't Coaqlt Nvlson lk E -v I X -vw-.n4'g -" CLUB ZOW li Coach Warren, Ralph Mattson lsecretaryl, David VonWald lpresidentl, Owen Plymell lyice-oresidentl, foach Tegt. ROW 2: Donald Brand, Joe Cracco, Charles Calhoon, Robert Steever. ROW 3g Robert Cowell, Donald Jndauist, Frank Wimler, Sherman Kellar, Dennis VonWoli ROW 4: Rodney Meador, Jim Erlacher, Howard Mason, Dan Larson. ROW 5: Jim Christensen, Bruce Unger, Roger Witcraft, Jack Frandsen, LeRoy Lambrecht. ROW 6: Ihambers Kellar, Loyal Buchtel, Larry Peed, Alfred Clowser, Kenneth Perry, NOT PICTUREDQ Ernest Cetto, Donald leinen, Malcolm Lorang, Richard Nadeau, Robert Johnson, LeRoy Tesch. Q 4m , Xi ,gifak 3 5 QW N35 .2 f I Q 3 p X 3 QT A5 5 5? Ri sk fa! K yl w if? .x E XL X A W 35 K J W 5 E 'f M 195, 5 QM Ab QW, f Sv ., if? Al, nu his IOARD OF EDUCATION. James O. Harder, Vice 'resident and Finance Memberg Anna Zuhr, AS- istant Secretaryg- Matthew Furze, Purchase Aemberg R. V. Hunkins, Superintendent of choolsg Carrie M. Voigt, Secretaryg Frank M. iowell, Buildings Memberg W. J. Schoen, Treas- rerg Mrs, Florence Davidson, Teachers' Mem- erg Cedric L. Gust, President. FACULTY MR, ANDERSON ,......,....,...... World History Contemporary World Affairs MR, BELL oA,.......,..,............ World Geography Social and Life Adjustment MRS. BELL ,,.., ,, ,...,...........,......................... Art MR. BRADBURY ....,,...,..,................. .Spanish Latin American Relations MISS BRAUMC S.,SS,.,..,,e......,.......,...... English Declamation MR. BRUST ,.........,......As,,....... Machine Shop Mechanical Drawing C. C. CURRAN High School Principal SlTTllNlG1 Mrs. Brust, Miss Willits, Miss Rybe-rg, Miss Stiles. STANDlNC: Mr Cone, Mr Kolberg, Mr, Cook, Mr, Anderson. lbw' MRS. BRUST ......,. ..,....... P lane Geometry MISS CALLIES. ..... ..------.Physical Education MRS. CAREITO ,........................,.,,.., Library MR. CARTWRIGI-lT--,..Physical Education MR. CONE ,.............................,...,n..., Biology Physics MR, COOK ........ ,........,. W oodvvorking MRS. COOK ........., ,..,..............,...... F oods Home Nursing Home Management MARGARET STABIO High School Clerk SITTING: Mrs. Cook, Miss Jerde, Mrs. Bell, Miss Broum. STANDING: Mr. Sonderson, Mr. Warren, Mr. Bradbury, Mr. Cortwright MR. ELSTER .......,.......... Instrumental Music MRS. MATHISEN ............. - .......... ---,I.IIDraI'y Newswriting MR. PITCHER ........... W.- ..,,.,,,,,,,,,, Athletics Counseling MISS NATION ......... .......... S hortharid General Science Typewriiing MISS JERDE, .....,.. ............,,,., E conomics MISS RASMUSSON ....... - .................. LBTIFI Typewriting English B kk ' OO eepmg Miss RYBERG ............. ........... S ewing MR. KOLBERG. .......... ,,.,.,,,,,,,, A ,Speech . Debafe MR. SANDERSON ........................ Chemistry English Advanced Algebra Counseling Practical Mathematics MR, KRAMER ..,,,--.--- .,----,--,.!----- A lge-bra MISS STILES ................... - ....... Vocal Music Sligggggggx MR. TEGT ,,.,..,.... ---..---A'rI1Ietics MR. MEADOR-'- .Ain---- --.-----h---.--,.'-- C MCS MR. WARREN ......... ........... A TIWIGTICS Social Pfoblems Miss WILLITS ,....... ........... E nglish American History SITTING: Mr. Brust, Miss Rosmusson, Miss Notion, Miss Collies. STANDING: Mr, Elster, Mr. Bell, Mr. Tegt, Mr, Fitcher, Mr. Meodor. 1 . 7f f ' f!W477a,,:y2 O49 .VVWNUV W Mfwwwffsf MW MW' fm-y,,fffw4ef57' WWW 66 Q MQ, Q31 Cz 4 4 GRE' JW Si gif Mm A We Mfizw QM fig M Q 022555276 fiwlw, f JW W OWM QM 4 W QWQEZWQ 25734 ,WMM fi s I 1 i E z sf 5 F 1 5 5 5 5 F f E r IKE' l ' XHY.HiTvR'!Fl5ll4 LtWlX ' ' :Z


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