Moorhead High School - Cho Kio Yearbook (Moorhead, MN)

 - Class of 1940

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A.: Univer- sity of Minnesota: Ztloorheftd State 'l't-nchers College. World History, Physical Education, Basketball Coach, Track Coach, Assistant Football Coach, Boys' ln- tramural, Noon Activities. HORACE R. GOODHUE Carleton College, B. A.: University of Minnesota. Geometry, Higher Algebra, Trig- onometry, School Patrol, Noon Ac- tivities. MARIE JORGENSON Chicago School of Civics, Public Health. School Nurse. LEIF CHRISTIANSON Royal Conservatory of Music, Oslo, Norway: Concordia College, B. M. Orchestra, Band. HARRIETT COCHRAN Jamestown College, B. A.: Gregg Col lege, Chicago: University ot' Colorado University of Denver. Stenography, Typing, Shorthand Mimeographing. DOROTHY M. DONNELLY University of North Dakota, B. S University of XV'2'i.SllllU-TLOIII North Da lmtn. .Nl-Z'Y'lCtllLLll'3.l College. Chemistry, Science Club. CARL L. HAGEN Intermountain Union College: St. Ol College, B. A. Social Science, Public Speakin Debate. PEARLA L. KAPPHAHN Hamline University, B. A.: Univers of Minnesota. B. S, Library Science, Grade School braries. tl2l FACULTY HERMAN I. KILAND SL. Olul' Collcixc, li. A.: 'University of M inn I-Sola. Physics, Senior Science, Plane Geo- metry, Science Club, Boy Scouts. AOMI MEILICKE 'ortli Dnlmlzi .Xp:ri4'ullur:il Colli-gif, J. S. ome Economics. ARGARET NEWTON nrizro Uollf-gy and t"ui1svrv:itni-y, H. .7 Mc'l'l'mil School of Ilrluslv: Anwri- n Svliool ol' Nnrnizil Meiliocisz New nglund Consirrvzitory: Minneapolis :hool of Music. ocal Music in Grades and High hool. SEPHA RODENBERG mrlin Cnllirixc. B, A.: linivvrsiiy ul' rth Dakota. tin, German, English X, Language ulos, Plays. RY LOU WHITON iversity ol' Minnesota, B. St rnalism, World History, Physical ucation, Spud, Cho-Kio, G.A.A., ill and Scroll, Sophomore Class viser. L13J LYLE A. LIMOND llnivcrsily oi' Minn:-sotn, B. S. American History, Boys' Intramural Junior Class Adviser, Assistant Basl ketball Coach. MYRTLE I. MOEN Si. Olzii' Colli-pro, .-X. D.: University ol Aliniiirsoiziz linivvrsity of Colorado. English X, World Literature, Adviser of Girls, Inter-Nos. LEOTA E. OLSON University of Minnesota, B. Bookkeeping, Typewriting, Econo- mic Geography, Business Adviser of Spud. CLARA STRUTZ North Cuntrzil College, 13. A.: Univer- sity oi' VVisccmsin. English XI, Wig and Mask, Nation- al Thespians, Senior Class Play. PEARL KATHERINE WILMERS Carleton College: University of Min- ncsotn, B. A. English XII, Sigma Alpha Sigma, Adviser, National Thespians, Verse Choir. BOARD UF EDUCATION First Row: E. E. Sharp, Fred Hill, O. D. Hilde, Superintendent S. G. Reinertsen. Second Row: M. E. Beck, Dr. V. E. Freeman, N. N. Meivey. Alert for technical and curricular improvements and keeping the school system running smoothly are the dehnite aims of the Board of Education. Members of the Board are Edgar E. Sharp, Presi- dentg Fred Hill, Treasurer, O. D. Hilde, Clerk, M. E. Beck, chairman of finance committeeg Dr. V. E. Free- mang N. N. 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'-'fCi.?-Q.f'v'?i,24- ""?f,:f3-"-EFT.-3 ' i1.i'f'Qf51 ' 'gf' E - 361 , Q 42 vig'-5r,fLlgQQg:-4j-fi .3 ,--.gf,'yrfgi,3:2Q31gg, ,5js.'5i':QZ-fgfys 'Jigga H ' ' P 4 "1 5713.11 ' " 3. :qw L .rg ' ,.-'fw ,-L: fa-uw w- '-33: :- ' ' '-'Wifi-5331?-ff' G "5-'ff U .-- lg ' "Wifi-Z-Q' xr-f.'xfnff ' , -',:g,,s1?.5,." ,..L,.g -2 .ex ga W OFFICERS: NORMAN JOHNSHOY ORVILLE AUSTIN BEN ANDERSON ROY HARRISVILLE MISS PEARL WILMER President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Adviser CLASS UF1El4li Originating in the studios of MHS Through the courtesy of station CHO-KIO, the historical saga of the class of i940 will be presented. Starting to make a name for Themselves in their sophomore year, they majored in forensics and continued to spread the fame of Moorhead High School through their senior year. The first year, Marlys Geraghty and Delores Possehl promised much in declamation while Nell Chinn and Dorothy Deems began debating. Marlystook honors by advancing to the state contest for declamation and also played a strong role in Growing Pains, the inter-society play. Dorothy Deems upheld the class of T940 by her performance ofMignon in Briar Rose. As juniors they advanced in all their fielclsvvith Dorothy Deems and Audrey Murray well-spot- ted in the operetta "All at Sea" and other juniors filling important places in the band and orchestra. They also had a strong representation in Science Club, School Patrol, literary societies, and others. ln various ways they proved themselves a credit to Moorhead High School. The juniors were represented by Harold Thysell in debate, and Bob Litherland wasthe only junior on the basketball squad. Elected as captain of the football squad, Harvey Olich was the outstanding junior, having played every minute of each game. Taking over the reins from the graduating seniors, the class of i940 elected four boys to fill the class officer vacancies. These boys being Norman Johnshoy, Orville Austin, Ben Anderson, and Roy Harrisville. The debate squad coached by Mr. Carl Hagen, set a record of accomplishment. Delores Pos- sehl, Muriel Janzen, Dorothy Deems, Nell Chinn, Orville Austin, and Harold Thysell traveled to Gus- tavus Adolphus where they debated and where Dorothy Deems brought more honor to the group by winning first place in a vocal contest. Delores, Muriel, Nell, and Harold captured the district title, bringing the first debate trophy in thirty years to Moorhead High School. The journalism class sent Nell Chinn, Ben Anderson, Phyllis Sands, Robert Politiski, Helen Sattre, Harlan Aldrich, Gertrude Paulson, Viola Erickson, Orville Austin and Jean Schuster to the Uni- versity of North Dakota at Grand Forks where Harlan A. won first place in an ad writing contest. Declamation also proved a fertile field for the T940 class. District honors were won by seven seniors, and Delores Possehl and Nell Chinn tooktop placs at the regional contest at Staples. Miss Pearl' Wilmers, the senior English teacher, coached the declamatory participants. The seniors were Well-represented in the various societies and clubs. The graduating class presents a vigorous picture of achievement ever-expanding and advancing, claiming the fame of Moorhead High School to farflung points. Our class is exemplified by the motto: Labor Conquers All. E161 Arlene Abrahomson Cho-Kin Stull' 3: Siixnm Alphu. Slfllilll, 1. 2, 3: lu- iei'-Nos 1. 2, Il: l.llll'ill'X assistants 2. El: Latin Club 2. Ben Anderson Cho-Kio Stull' 3: Spud SL'1I'tf 2, Il: Quill :incl Srroll 3: XVU.: :incl Musk 2. ll: Jit?Sf'Jll't'll Club l: Srfimwo Club 2, 3: Intrmuurzll Board 2, 3: Boys' Intru- murnl 1, 2, Il: Verso Choir 2: lf'ool.b:ill 2: Trzmlc 1. 3: Sopluunurv Yir-me Prvsi- clout: Junior 'l'l't"llSlll't'l'Z Senior Sec-1'ot.ury: "Thi- I-'irst llrr-ss Suit." 3. Helen Anderson Inter-Nos 1, 2, 3. Ellen Loraine Barnes Int:-er-Nos 1, 2, 3: Clulcrr JA"Ilt'lf'l' 3. Elna J. Bye Cho-Kin St.:xlT 3: GA..-X. 2, 3: Inter-Nos 1, 2. 3. Ruth C. Cornell Cho-Kio Stull' 3: Spud Stuff 3: Iutvr-Nos 2: lim-- hnto 2: Chorus 2. 3: "Rose ol' tho Hunnius" ll: "All ut. Sen" 2. Dorolhy M. Deems Cho-Klo 3: Siixuiu. Alplm Sigma. 1. 2. 3. 1'rosltlt'nL 3: Inter-Nos 1, 2. 3: Der- clzimntion 3: lJul'mt.o 1. 2. 3, Pres. 2: Gormnu Club 2: Chorus 1. 2, 3: Band 'l. 2, 3: Or0l1ostr:L 3: Girls' Trio Il: Verse Choir 2: "Rose of tho lJuuuho": "Tho l'Inomy": "Ilrinr Ros-t:": "l-Iurmomf l-Iull": "Growing I-'ziins": "XViml in the Soutl1": "All nt Sea.": Murlriixul Club: '1'hospi:m Sonic-ty 2, 3, Pros. 3. Wesley A. Dunwell Boys' "M" Club 2, 3: Chorus 2. 3: Boys' Intra- mural 3: Football 2, 3: "Kose of the Dunuhe": "All at Sea". E171 4. il - Gladys Adams Inter-Nos 2, 3: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. Data E, Anderson lVig' :ind Music 1, 2, 3: inter-Nos l, 2. 3: l.il1rzu'y Assistant. 3: Chorus 2, 3: Yrfrsu Choir 2, 3: G.A.A, 1: Uliosl- of the D:-mubc--" Il: "f.lrowirur Pains" 1: "All ut Sou" 2: Cho-Kio Staff. Adeline M. Andree Int.:-r-Nos 1, 2. 3: Trans- fvr from Onlce Mouncl. Jimmy Beck Cho-Kio Stuff 3: Sigum Alphu Sigma, 2, 3: Ger- iuun Club 2: Chorus 3: Suimmce Club 2: Boys' In- trnluurnl 2. 3: I3ask0tb:Lll 2: "Rose of the .lDuriuho" 3: "NVind in the South" ll Jeanette Chamberlain lutm'-Nos: 1. 2, 3: G..-XA. I, 2: G.A.A. Board 2. Myrtle Dale Chorus: GAA.: "Host: of thv lJ:inub0" S. O. Esther Diederichs Inter- Nos. Jewel Egge Inter-Nos. vp-,-A.. QI:-42+ Harlan Aldrich Cho-Kio Staff 3: Spurl Stuff 3: Quill and Scroll: Boys' Intrunuu':il Sports 2, 3: Football 2: Track 1, 2. 3. Dorothy E. Anderson Cho-Kio Stuff 3: Chorus 2. 3: Band 1, 2: P-fp Squad 1: G.A..X. 1. 2: "Rosa ol' the Danube" zi: 'f.Xll ul, Sen" 2: Maclrigzil Club 3. Orville J. Austin Cho-Kio Stuff 3: Spurl Stuff 2, 3: Debate 3: Ger- man Club 2: Research Club 1: Science Club 3: Junior Class Presi- lilont: Quill and Scroll. Senior Class Vice-Presb dent. Richard W. Bennett Boys' "Ill" Club 3: Boys' Intramural 2, 3: Football 2, 3: Truck 3. Nellavon Chinn Cho-Kio Stuff 3: Spud Staff 3: Sigma. Alpha Sig- ma 2, 3: inter-Nos 1. 2. 3: Declamation 1, 3 CRU- prionul Vllinuor 31: Debate l, 2, 3 tDistrict XVinner 31: Latin Club 2: German Club 2: Chorus 3: G,A.A. 1, 2, 3: G.A,A. Board 2. 3: Sophomore Class Sec- retary: Verso Choir 2. 3: Quill and Scroll: Ro- search Club: Thcsnian 2. 3: "Rose ot' the Danube" 3: "VVinfl in tho South" Jimmy Daley Cho-Kio Stuff 3: Spud Staff 3: Sigma Alpha Sig- xnn 2, 3: School Patrol l. 2: Boys' "M" Club 2. 3: Chorus 2, 3: Boys' Intra- mural 1, 2: Football 2. 3: "Rose of the Danube" 3: "All at Sea" 2: Mad- ilgfyll Club 3: Ruskethnll Marvel D. Dunwell Baud 2. 3: Pep Band 3: Inter-Nos. Ruth Elgner Inter-Nos. L--1-.7 f -gr .vl-- -p Dennis Erickson Boys' Intramural 1: Foot- lislll 3. Joan E. Feyereisen Debate 3: Chorus 3: ifHl1Cl 2, 3: Pep Band 3: G.A.A. 2, 3: "Rose of the Danube". Milton Gee Boys' Intramural. Raymond Gillette School Patrol 1, 2, 3: Boys' II1'Ll'?llYlllI'Zll Sports 1: Football 2. Marion Alfredo Gruhl Inter-Nos 1, 2, 3. Lola Hanson Inter-Nos 1, 2, 3: Trans- fer from Fargo High. Harriett B. Horpeclol Chorus 1, 2, 3: G.A.A. 2, 3: "Rose of the Danube" 3: "Briar Rose" 1: "All at Sea." 2. Dorothy Iverson Inter-Nos 1, 2, 3: S. O. S. 3. Harold A. Erickson Cho-Kio Stuff 3: Chorus 31 Ol'Cl'lCSl1l'l'l 3: Boys' Iri- trzimurztl 1, 2, 3: "Hose of tho Di111ulio". Virginia L. Frimanslund Cho-Kio Stuff 3: XVis: :ind Musk 1, 2, 3: Inter-Nos 1. 2, 3: .ljebatc 3: Chorus 3: Cheer IJOIHICI' 3: Verse Choir 2. 3: G..X..X. 1, 2. 3: GJ.A..1. 'liourrlg "Rose ot the D:t11ube". Rosalynn N. Gee Inter-Nos 1, 2, 3. Dove Gosslee Siginzt AIpl1z1, Sigznat 1, 2. 3: School Patrol 1, 2, Il, Iaieutenzml 3: Debate 1: Band 1, 2, 3: Pep lluud li Boys' ll1ll'1lll1lll'Zll Sports 1, 2, 3: liftskethall 1, 2. John Hagen Cho-Kio Stuff 3: Spud Staff 3: Vvig and Musk 2, 3: Debate 3: Science Club 3: Boys' Il'll.l'lll1llll'l'll Sports 1, 2. 3: Verse Choir 2, 3: "XVind in the South" 2: Quill and Scroll 3. Roy A. Hcirrisvllle Cho-Kio Staff 3: S'i1.:111:t Alpha Sigma, 3: Latin Club 2: Chorus 3: Or- chestra 2, 3: Boys' Quar- tet 3: Football 2: Junior Vice President: Senior Treasurer: "Rose of the D:111ubo" 3: NI2lCll'lH2l.l Club 3: S. O. S. 3, Pat Howe Cho-Kio Staff 3: Gerinzin Club 2: Research Club 2: Science Club 3: Boys' In- l'.I'2l.l11lll'2ll Sports 1. Mariorie Jammes Inter-Nos 1, 2, 3: G.A.A. 2, 3: G.A.A. Board 3. Viola Erickson Cho-Kio Staff 3: Spud Stztli' 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Sigimt Alpha. Signm 2, 3: Inter-Nos 1, 2. 3: Chor- us 2, 3: G..X.A. 1. 2, 33 "Rose ol' the D:t11t1l1e" 3: "Tho l':l1Ql1l5"' 3: "VVind in the South" 2: "All at Sou" 2. Marguerite Garrity Cho-Kio Staff 3: Inter- Nos 1, 2, 3: Debate 3: liutin Club 2: Chorus 1.. 2, 3: Orcliestrn. 1: Re- Sl?2ll'Cll Club 1: G.A.A. 1: "Hose ol' the Danube" 3: "All at S-c:t": "Harn1ony Hull". Morlys Geraghty VVigr and Musk 1, 2. 3: Inter-Nos ' ' ' r-l:1111z1ti011 State, 11: Chorus 2, 3: liund 1, 2. 35, Pres. 3: Or- chestra 2. 3: Pep Band 2, 3: Pep Squad 2: Cheer 1,o:1cls1-1' 1: Verse Choir 2, 3: G-..x.,x. 1, 2: G.A.A. Board 2: "Rose nl' the 1, 2, -3, De- 1, 2, 3 Cllth in D:1nul'1e": "Growing 1"HlI1SHi "Wind i11 the South": Tlufspizut Socicty 2, 3. Trans. 35 "All att Son". Hildur Grettum Inter-Nos 1, 2, 3: Orches- tra 2, 3: G.A.A. 1. 3. Clayton Hanson Cho-Kio Stuff 3: Chorus 3: Football 3: "Rose of the Danube" 3: 'l'r2tnst'cr lrom O:-mliis. Kermit P. Hellem Boys' Intran1u1'al Sports. Stirling Hubbard Cho-Kio Staff 3: S'puc1 Staff 2, 3: Chorus 2, 3: Science Club 3: Boys' In- fl'ilIl1lll'ZLl Sports 2, 3: Verso Choir 3: "Rose of the Danube" 3: "All at ge?" 2: Quill and Scroll Muriel Janzen Sigma Alpha Sigma. 1, 2, 3: Inter-Nos 2, 3: De- clamation 3 tDist. VVin- nerp: Debate 3: Latin Club 2: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Verse Cl1oir 2. 3: "Rose of the Dz1,nube" 3: "Briar Rose' ' 1: "Harmony I-I:1.ll": "Growing Pa.i11s": "Wind in the South" 2: "All at Sea." 2: Madrigal Club 3: Ex. Speaking: Original Oratory. ll8J Wilma Jenson Chorus Z. 3: Cf. A. A. .ZZ "Rose olftho D:unilio" 3: "All 1l.l. Soir" 2: 'illriur Rose". Robert Jones Soionczo Ululr 3. Rosalie Larson Cho-Kio Slnll' 3: Spufl SLALIT 3: Quill mul Sr-roll 3: NVD.: und Musk 1, 2, 3: lnlor-Nos: 1. 2, 3: fh-rimni Cluh 2: FTliorus.3: liuiul 2, 3: G..X..X. l, 2: "Hosi- of thu- l3:mulne" 3: "Wind in tho South" 2: "Grow- ing I'n,ins." lngvald Levang 3: Sc,-wncv Lluh .l Intmiiuirzll Sports 3. Ethel Logan Lihrziry Assistants 3: Iu- 1.111--Nos. Ethel Marie McCullough Cho-Kio Slnflf 3: Spud Staff 3: Siguio. Alpha Sigma, 1. 2, 3: lntnfr-Nos 1, 2. 3: Chorus 2, 3: Band 1. 2. 3: O1'ciius.tr:1 2, 32 Pep Band 3: Girls' Trio 3: G.A.A. l: "Rose of tho Danube" 3: UlHIll'1lllJl15' Hall" 1: "VVind in the South" 2: "All ul: Sun" 2: Madrigal Cluh 2, 3. Ruth A. Miller inter-Nos 1. 2, 3: Hand 2, arl I. Nelson joys' l'ntr:unurnl Sports , 3: Foothull 1. E191 School Pzitrol 2, 3. Fnpl. : lloys' Norman C. Johnshoy Cho-Kio 3: Sigma Alpha, Sigrnzi 2, 3: Docelninntion I, 2: Choruei 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Orciu'-stmi 3: Pep Ihinrl l. 2. 3: Science Cluh 3: Boys' lntrninurul Sports l: Boys' Quartet 3: Sunior Prizsidunli "Rosa ol' thc- 1'Junuhu" 3: "All ut Son" 2: l'l!lCll'lf-fill lfluh 3: l,l'I.'Sl!lf'l1l Stu- rlr-nts Musivnl Associa- tion: llnss x,2uinLvl,. Carl Krabbenhofi lutrzxniurul 2, 3. Donald R. Lee ln! ru iuurai I. Jean H. Lindbloom Clio-Kin SLzLl'l' 3: G..X..X. 2. 3: G.A..X. lionrfl 3: lu- lc-r-Nos 1. 2. 3. Lewis A. Lofzer Spud Slufl' 3: lkovs' Iu- Lr:lnu1r:1l Sports 1.'2. Clarence Markegard 'lloys' 1I'liQl'ill'l'llll'2ll Sports rl. 3, 3: Foolihull 3: Track Thelma J. Mortenson lnlor-Nos 1. 2. 3: Chorus "Rose ol' the Dz1nuhe" Donovon Nelson Cho-Kio Stnfl' 3, CCO-1Gd- itorl: Spud Staff 3: Quill :curl Scroll 3: Sigma, Al- phzr Sigma I, 2, 3: School I-'utrol 2. 3: Boys' "M" Cluh. 3: Gui-nmn Cluh 2: Science Cluh, 3: Boys' lntrzunural Sports 1, 2, 3: l"ooth:lll 1. 2, 3: Basket- lmll 1. 2: Truck 3: "Grow- ing Pains" 2: Sophomore Class Treasurer. Reynold Johnson liz-ind 1, 2, 3: Orchc-strzr 1. 2, 3: Pop Band. 3: Boys' lntramurzxl Sports 1. Margaret Kreps lnriu--Nos 1, 2, 3: Banrl Roy M. Lee lioys' Jutrainulml Sports 3. Bob Litherland Cho-Kio Staff 3: Boys' "M" Cluh 3: Boys' Intru- inural Sports 3: Basket- hz-rll 2. 3: Sophomorr- Presifient 0 1: Junior 'lJl'f?2'lSlll'i.!l' .. Audrey McAulay Spud Staff 3: Inter-Nos 1, 2, 3: Library Assist' nuts 3. Adeline Melby Cho-Kio Staff 3: Spud Staff 3: Quill and Scroll: Sigma Alpha Sigma 3: Inter-Nos 1. 2, 3: G.A.A. 2. 3 Staff. : " l1lnerny" Prod. Audrey Murray NVig and Mask 1, 2, 3: Inter-Nos 1, 2. 3: Gor- nizin Cluh 2: Chorus 1, 2. 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1. 2, 3: Pep Band. 1, 2, 3: Girls' Trio 3: "Rose of the Da,nuhe" 3 "Briar Rose" 1: "Harmony I-lull" 1: "Growing Pains" 2: "All at Sen" 2: Madri- pfal Club 2, 3. Marcello A. Nelson Inter-Nos l, 2, 3. 14? l Barbara Ness Bernt Norby Norman W. Ohnstad Inter-Nos 1, 2, 3. Harvey M. Olich Cho-Kio Staff 3: 'Boys' "M" Club 2, 3: Boys' In- tramural Sports 1. 2, 3: Football 2, 3: Track 1, 3: Baskrltliall 2, 3: Spud Staff 3. Gerald F. Paasch Oliver H. Pederson Cho-Kio Staff 3: Spud Staff 3: Vifig and Mask 1, 2, 3, Al: School Patrol 1. 2, 3, 43 Boys' "Nl" Cllllm 2, 3: Boys' Intramural 1. 2, 3, -1: Football 2. 3: Basketball 2, 3: Track 2. 3: "Rose of the Danuhe": "The I+Inemy": "Daddy Long Legs": "Briar Rosen: "Harmony Hall": "Growing Pains"J 'WVind in the South": "All at Sean: Tl1GSIJlFUT 3, 4. Kathleen Peterson Cho-Kio Staff 3: Inter- Nos 1, 2, 3. Robert Politiski Cho-Kio Staff 3: Spud Staff 3: Boys' "M" Club 3: Football 3: Basketball 2, 3: Biology Camera Cluh CPres.J: Quill and Scroll. Shirley Marie Quick Xvig and Mask 1, 2. 3: Inter-Nos 1. 2, 3: Chor- us 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Cheer Leader 3: "Rose ol' the Danube" 3: "All at Sea." 2. Phyllis Sands Cho-Kio Staff 3: Spud Staff 3: 1Vig and Mask 1, 2. 3, Pres. 3: Inter-Nos Council 1, 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Band 2, 3: Orches- tra 2, 3: "Growing Pains" 1: Quill and Scroll 3: "Wind in the South" Production Staff: "The Enemy" Production Staff. Lawerence Overby Bill Pappas Boys' l'ntrau'iural Sports 2: Football 1, 3. Adeline Perman Cho-Kio Staff 3: Chorus 3: VVif.r and Musk 2. 3: Orchestra 3: Science Cluli 2: Cheer Lmieaclur 3: G. .-X. A. 1. 2: "Rose of the- Danuhcn: Camera Cluli 2: Inter-Nos l, 2, 3. Marlys C. Peterson Inter-Nos 1, 2, 8: B:-intl l, 2. 3. Dolores E. Possehl Sigma. Alpha Sigma 1, 2. 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Orcluxs- tra 1, 2, I-l: Verso Choir 2. 3: "Rose of the Dan- uho": "The Enemyu: "Briar Rosc": "Growing Pains": "NVind in tho South": "All at Soa,": Regional Dcolaination Vvinncr 3: District Dc- bate NVinncr 3. Albert Roggensack Sigma Alpha Sigxna, 2, 3: Chorus 1. 2. 3: Boys' In- trztmural 1, 2: Boys' Quartet 3: "Rose of tho Danube" 3 "Tho Enemy" 3: "Briar Rose" 2: "YVinri in thc South" 2: "All at Sea" 2: Mzldrigal Club 2, 3: Thospian 2, 3. Helen L. Sattre Cho-Kia Staff 3: Spud Staff 3: Inter-Nos l, 2, 3: 'Nig' and Mask 3: Debate 1: Chorus 2, 3: GL A. A. 1: "Rose of the Danube" 3: "All at Sea." 2: Quill and Scroll 3. Elsie M. Paasch Intor-Nos l, 2, 3. I Gertrude O. Paulson Cho-lilo Staff 3: Spud Staff 3: Sigma Alpl1a.Sig- ma. 1. 2, 3. Scc. 3: Inter- Nos l. 2. 3: Doclamation 1. 2: Chorus 2. 3: Verse Choir 2: G.A.A. 1, 2: "Rosa ol' the Danube" 3: "Harmony Hall": "All at Sc-a" 2: "XVind in the South" 2: Quill and Scroll: "The Enemy" Production Staff. Gloria L. Peterson Cho-Kio Staff 3: Spud Stl-ill' 3: Latin Club 2: Inter-Nos. Margaret M. Politiski Gi,-rxnan Cluh 2: Inter- Nos l. 2, 3. Aleck Prihar Inlramura.l. Eva Ruliffson Vifig and Mask 1, 2, 3, Vice Pros.: Chorus 2. 3: Orchestra 1. 2, 3: "Rose of the Danube" 3: "VVind in thc South" 2: Madri- gal 3: "All at Sea" 2. Patty Scheel Cho-Kio Staff 3: Signu Alpha. Sigma 1, 2, 3: In- tor-Nos 3: German Clul 2: Chorus 1, 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, 2: "Rose of the Dan- ube" 3 "Briar Rose" 1: "All at Sea." 2: Madrigal Club 3: "The Enemy' Production Staff. l201 JEAN ELLIS SCHUSTER Cho-Kio 3: Spud Stuff 3: Dolmte 3: Sola-mme Club 3: lntur-Nos 1, 2, 3, CURTIS SJOBERG Wig and Mask 1, 2, 'Fri-zasurfzr 3: DQ- lmto 1: lizmwl 1., 2, 3: Orchcstrzt 3: Pep Bamfl 2, 3: Boys' Intramural 1. 2. 3: "D:1rldy Long' Longs" 2 RUTH ELEANOR SMITH Debate 3: Chorus 2. 3: G.A,A. 2: "Rosas of tho Danube" Il: "All :ul Sen." 2: Intl-r 1, 2, 3. MAVIS SNARTLAND t.l..X.A. 2, 3: C..'X..fX. Rourrl 2: Inter- Nos 1. 2. 3. HOWARD W. SNYDER Intrumurul 1. 2. 3: lfootbull 1, 2. MERIAM SOLBERG 1A'i1: :incl Music 1, 2, 3: Inlrrr-Nos 1. 2, 3: Dorrlnnmtion 3 Cllist. Winn:-fr, 31: 0l'f'l1l'Stl'Il 1, 2: Verso Choir 2, 3 "D:ulrly Long' l,r::.:s." ELDA FAYE SOUERS Inter-Nos 1. 2, 3: Chorus 3: "Hose of the Dunulu,-" 3. ELLEN STAIR Ulm-liio Slzifl' 3: Spud Slnli' 3: lntur-Nos l, 2, 3. ANN STOLT Inter-Nos 1. 2. 3. MILDRED STRAND Inter-Nos 1. 2. 3: .I'.il,n-u.ry Assistant 3: Band 2, 3. ARNOLD STROM Silllllil. Alplm Sigma 3: Gurnmn Bimrl 3: School Patrol l: Clumrus 3: lflund 1, 2, Il: Pup liuuml 2. 3: Boys' 1ntr:l.uuu':il 1, 2, 3: li:.iskotb:xll l, 2: "Rose ol' thc Dun- ubu" 3. CLIFFORD SUTTON Gornmn 'l'l:nnc1 3: Chorus 3: lfllllll 2. 33 Orvluasti-:1, 3: IH-p lirinrl 2, 3: lioys' lnlm-rnulrzll 2: "Rose-' of llur l71ll'llll!l"' 3. AUBREY E. THOMAS Boys' lntiumurnl l, 2, 3. HAROLD R. THYSELL Chu-Kio Staff 3: Slkflllll. Alpha, Sig'- mu. 3: Dobutt- 2, 3 CDislrict XVinncr 31: Science Club 3. Boys' lntrxunurul 3: Verso Choir 2: Footlmll 3: lilxteinpor- :menus Speaking: 2. 3: Original Orutory 3: Germain Club 2. THOMAS J. TOWEY Sulmol Patrol 2, 3: Boys' Il1lll'ilIl1lll'Z1l 1, 2, 3: Boys' M Club: Science Club: Football l, 2, 3: ,Hus- kelball 1. 2: Trac-k I. DOROTHY TWETEN Intvr-Nos 1. 2, 3: Chorus 3: "l-losc ol' the lJ:m11bo" 3. ARDELL VOLD XVif.:' :ind Musk 2, fl,vSOC'l'Ul2ll',Y 3: lntcr-Nos 1, 2. 3: Lzttin Club 1: Chorus l. 3: "Ross: ol' the Danube" 3: "Briar Rose" 1: I-lurxumiy Hall. RICHARD WAMBACH Cho-Kio Stall' 3: inter-Nos 1, 2, 3: 2, 3. MYRTLE WANGSNESS Cho-Kio Staff' 3: Inter-Nos 1, 2. 3: Chorus 3: "Hose ul' the Dmullre" 3, DONN C. WARD Cho-Kio Stuff 3: Sigma Alpha Sigma 2. 3: Gorman Band 2, 3: Chorus 3: Band .l, 2, 3: Pup Band 1, 2. 3: Boys' Intrxtmurul 1, 2, 3: Footlwitll 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2: 'Frack 2: "Rose ol' thu I,Jiuu1lmu" 3: "Tho T':I'lElI'Ij"' 3: "Grow- ing P:Lins": "Wind in Tlu- South" 2: "All at Sea" 2: Tluzspi:m 2, 3. ONALD WELCH Chorus 3: Boys' lntrzuuurnl 1: Football 2: "Rose of thc Danube." ERHART WENTZ Siginat Alpha. Sigma 2, 3: German Band 3: Gcrnuin Club 2: Chorus 3: Orchestra. 2, 3: Pop Band. 2, 3: Verse Choir 2: Ifootlmll 3: linskelball 1, 2: Truck 2: "Rose of the D:1nube": "Tin: l'Ineniy": "NVind in the South": M2LCll'lQ'ill Club 3: Buss Scxtot. MERSON D. WERRE School Patrol 3: Science Club 3: Boys' Intrmnurzil 3: Verse Choir 3. ORNA WESTBERG Cho-Kio Staff 3: Inter-Nos 'l, 2. 3, President: Chorus 2, 3: Band l, 2, 3: Orcliostra. 1, 2, 3: Pep Band 2, 3: Clicurlezulor 1, Rooter King: G.A.A. 1: G.A.A. Board 1: "Rose of the Dzinuben: "Wind in the South": Maclrignl Club 3: "All ut Sean: String Quartet: Vlfoodwind Quintet: Brass Quintet. ARCELLA M. WHITCOMB Chorus 3: "Rose of the Dmi- ube": Inter-Nos 1. 2. 3. ARTHA A. WHITCOMB Chorus 3: "Rose of the Dan- ube": Inter-Nos 1, 2, 3. OB WRIGHT Band 1. 2. 3: Pop 'Rand 3: Boys' Intramural 1, 2, 3: Bzislccetbnll 1: 'l'ra,c-lc 2, 3. E211 DONALD IVIAURITSON PATRICIA BERGLAND DOROTHY JEFFERSON CALVIN ANDERSON MR. LYLE LIMOND President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Adviser JUNIUR CLASS HISTURY This is station CHO-KIO, the voice of The juniors. According to Confuscius iWebsters' unabridgedi the word junior means inferior or less advanced. This doesn't happen to be true in The case of the juniors of 1940, shown by the progress They have made. Starting over The air early in the fall of 1939,the juniors had a busy and exciting year. They were very well represented in debate, journalism, declamation, dramatics, chorus, band, orchestra, and sports. 1Bethel Fritch won honors in declamation and the Inter-Society play, "The Enemy." Others taking major roles in The play were Lowell Newton, Warren Tang, and Donald Prindle. In the operetta, "Rose of the Danube," the juniors were also well represented, one of The leads being played by Donald Prin- dle. Lloyd Brendin, Collins Olmstead, Lyle Pitsenbarger, Paul Hanson, and Norman Erickson, repre- sented the juniors on the basketball team. Football letters were won by Norman Erickson, Lloyd Brenden, Collins Olmstead, David Panchott, Willard Kuehl, Orville Olson, Lowell Newton, and Chris Kondas. Olmstead and Panchott were elected co-captains ofthe 1941 grid team. Junior council members on the girls lnter-Nossociety were Doris Grinaker, Dorothy Jefferson, Dorothy Johnshoy, Bettylou Zuehlsdorff, Ruth Berg, and Lois Perske. Serving on the G. A. A. Board was Lillah Olson and Doris Grinaker. Junior library assistants were Edith LaPash, Lillah Olson, and Dorothy Jefferson. Lloyd Brenden, drum section, Bill Christianson, cornet, and Donald Prindle, violin, are worthy of praise for their meritorious work in band and orchestra. Class officers elected at the beginning of the year are: Donald Mauritson, president, Patricia Bergland, vice-president, Dorothy Jefferson, secretary, and Calvin Anderson, treasurer. The class adviser is Mr. Lyle Limond. With all the qualities necessary for leadership, people are looking forward to great accomplishment by the seniors of 1941. 122.1 Louise K. Ahlbom Inter-Nos 1. 2: G..X.A. 1. Loraine Anderson Cho-Kio Stzaflf 2: Intnr- Nos 1. 2: Orclmstra 2: Verse Choir 2: G.A..'X. 2: English Club 1. lris H. Bassitt Wig :md Mask l. 2: In- ter-Nos 'I, 211-Jl'Clll'?Sll'Il 2: G.A.A. 1, 2: English Club 1. Lloyd C. Brenden Cho-Kin Stuff 2: Sigwua Alpha Signur 1, 2: School Patrol 1, 2 "M" Club 1, 2: Band 'l, 2: Orrvhvstrsl 1. 2: Pop Squad 1: Irllra- mural Sports 1. 2: Foot- ball 2: 'liaslcfelbnll 1. 2: Track 2: Engiisb Club l. Eugene Carney Wig and Mask 2: Chorus 1. 2: Boys' Intramural Sports 1, 2: "Rose ol' the Danube" 2: "All at Sea" na Chapman o-Kio Staff 2: Inter- os 1, 2. lfred Dawson anna Mae Dzuik ter-Nos 2. E231 Albert Anderson, Jr. Svbool Patrol 2: Band 2: Boys' Intramural SDOVLS 'D Gretchen Austin Cho-lilo Staff 2: Gorman Club 2: liaurl 1, 2: Or- clu-s1,ra 2: Yorso Choir 2: 1l.A.A. 2: 'l':lll.2'llSll Club 1. Ruth Berg Chu-Kio Stall' 2: Inter- Nos Ccouuvill 2: S1,'l1?llf't" Club 2: Yorsrg Choir 2: G.A.A. I, 2: Roll Cross 2: Inlor-Nos 1. 2. Paul Campion Cho-Kin Staff 2: Latin Club, Vivo Prr,-s.. 1: Boys' lnlramural Sports 1, 2: Gorman Club 1: Science: Club 1, 2, Pros. 2. John A. Caron Hoya' lulramural Sports 1. 2: Camera Club 1. Charles Christianson Melvin Dickey Hand 1, 2. Sidney Engelstad Chorus 1, 2: Boys' Intra- mural Sports 1, 2: "Rose ol' the Danube" 2: "All al Sea." 1. Calvin J. Anderson Cho-Kio Stali' 2: 'Wig and Mask 2: Debate 2: German Club 2: Science Club 1, 2 CViCe 1Jres.J: Cheer Leader 1: Boys' Intramural Sports 1: .lr. Class i'l'rvas.J. Milo Backstrand School Patrol 1, 2: Llanrl l. 2: Boys' Intramural Sports 1, 2. Patricia Bergland Cho-Kio Staff 2: Chorus 2: Band 1, 2: G.A,.A. 1, 2: Sophomore Class fVicu l"res.J: .'lunio1-Class CVico Pres.j: "Rose of the Dan- ube" 2: English Club 1. Ralph l.. Carlson School Patrol 2: Boys' lnlraznin-al Sports 1.2: Fogllrzill 1, 2: Basketball l, ... Charles Carpenter William C. Christianson Cho-Klo Staff 2: Sigma Alpha. Sigma. 1. 2: Ger- man Band 2: English Club 1: School Patrol 1: Band 1. 2. Student Direc- tor 2: Orchestra 1. 2: Pep Band fStude11t Directorl 1, 2: Boys' Intramural Sports 1: Basketball 1: Track 1: Sophomore Class Treasurer: "Rose of the Danube" fS1.agel 2: "All at Sea" CStagoJ 1: gfusic Board f'l'reasurer1 Joyce Douglas Inter-Nos 1, 2: Chorus 1: G.A.A. 1: HMI at Sea" 1. Connie Erickson Inter-Nos 1, 2: G.A.A. 1: Biology Camera Club 1. Elaine Erickson Comstock, Minn. G.A.A. 2: Inter-Nos 2. Joyce Freeman lntor-Nos l, 2. Genevieve Froisness Intl-r-Nos 2. Duane Sr-hool Patrol 2. ,J ,XJ Delmar Gysler Band 1. 2: Orchestra. 2: Pop Band 1. 2: Intramur- al Sports 1. Allen Hatterson Paul A. Hanson Cho-Kio Staff 2: Boys' Intramural Sports 1, 2: Boys' "M" Club 1, 2: Footlmll 2: Basketball 1, 2: Track 1, 2. Waldo J. Helmeke 1Vig and Mask 1, 2: De- clzmmtion 1: Intramural Sports 1. Norman Erickson Comstock, Minn. "M" Club 2: Footlmll 2: Basketbztll 2. Bethel Frltch Sigma. Alpha Sigma. 1, 2: Doclanmtion 2 f'District l.Vinnerl: G.A.A. 1: "Tho Enemy" 2: "Wind in the South" 1: Thespian 1, 2. Virginia Gassaway Inter-Nos 2. Doris Grmaker Cho-Kio Stuff 2 CCO-edi- tori: Spud Staff 2 iGirls' Sport Eclitorj: Inter-Nos l. 2 Ur. Chairmnril G. A. A. 1, 2: Quill and Scroll 2: G.A.A,. Board 2, Vici- Presidcntj : XVig and Mask 2. Marclell Gysler Sigma. Alpha. Sigmzt 2: Inter-Nos 1. 2: G.A.A. 1: Orchestra l. Margaret Hansmann Inter-Nos 1, 2: Cho-Kio Staff 2: C'+.A.A. 1. Winmfrecl M. Headlancl Cho-Kio Staff 2: VVig and Musk 2: Intel'-Nos 1. 2? Declanmticm 1, 2: Ger- man Club 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2: G.A.A. 1, 2: "Hose of the Danube" 2: "All at Son." 1. Lottie E. Herbranson Inter-Nos 1, 2. Dorothy Fobes Chorus 2: Band 1, 2: G. A. A. 1: "Rose of the Danube" 2. Bette Jane Fritz Cho-Kio Staff 2: Spud Staff 2: Inter-Nos 2: De- hnto 2. Ralph W. Gibson Cho-Kio Staff 2: School Patrol 1, 2: Band 2: Boys' Intramurrtl Sports 1, 2: Verse Choir 1, 2. Orvis Gunderson Ardis Haalancl Inter-Nos 1. 2. Orville E. Hanson School Patrol 2: Scienc Club 2: Boys' Intramura. Sports 1, 2. Maynard Helmeke Wig and Mask 1, 2: D cla.mation 1: Pep Squa 1: Cheer Leader 1: Boy. Intramural Sports 1, Rod Cross ofllcer 2. Betty Herlick Inter-Nos 1, 2. E241 Catherine Hirsch Inu-r-Nos 1, 2. Imogene E. Holm G.A.A. 2: G.A.A. Hourml flhlslu-llmll Cuplulnj 2: Inter-Nos 2. Orville Holsen Boys' lntrzxniurnl Sports 1, 2: Hnslwllmll 1, 2: 1'rm"k 1. oberi W. Iverson Llornmn Club 2: Scicnoo Tluh 1, 2: Boys' Intru- nugzil S1morl,s 1, 2: 'I'r:u'li orothy Johnshoy ,ho-Kio Stnflf 2: Sigma lplm Siprnm 2: Inter- 'os l, 2: Chorus 2: Or- hoslrn. 1. 2: "Rose of thu Iilllllllln 2. arren Kelly elba Krabbenhoft ter-Nos 1, 2. ith M. LaPash rary Assistant 2: De- te 1: Orchestra. 1, 2: .A. 1, 2: Hobby unds 1. E251 Judean A. Hoium LaVerne Holm lntc-r-Nos 1. 2: Orc-hvstm 1 2 'Yuen Choill 2 G . .,..: . . . . . ,u... A. A. 1. 2. Beulah Huesmann Chorus 2: "Rose of tho lmnulu,-" 2: Inter-Nos 1, 'I Earl Jacobson School Patrol 2: Pop Squad 1: Boys' Intramur- nl Sports 2: Chem' Lend- nr 1. Doris Mae Johnson Tntrr-Nos 1, 2. Virginia M. Kirkhorn Oirlwstm 2: G'.A.A. 1: Hohliy Hounds 1. Wayne Kreps Slgmzr Alpha: Sigma, 1, 2: School Patrol 2: Chorus 2: Boys' Intraxmlral Sports 2: Buslcetlmll 2: Truck 2: "Rose of the llzmubcf' 2: "All at Sea" 1: The Maflrigul Club 2. Elsie Lathrop Chorusl 2 "R . : ose of the Danube" 2: "All at Sea." 1, Inter-Nos 1, 2. Clifford R. Hokonson Intrmnural Sports. Valborg Holm Inter-Nos 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2: Band 1, 2: Orchestra 2: Pop Band 2: "Rose of tho Danul1u" 2: "All al. Sou," 1. Duane V. Hursl Band 1. 2: Science Club 2: Verso Choir 2. Dorolhy Jeliferson Cho-Kio Staff 2: VVig and Mask 2: Inter-Nos 1. 2 fCouncil Memherjg Li- brarian 2l.SSlSl.Hl1l. 2: Band 2: Science Club 2: G. A. A. 1, 2: G.A.A. Board 1. 2: Sophomore Class fljrcsidentl: Junior Class CSOc:rotz11'yJ. Doris V. Johnson G.A.A. 1, 2: Inter-Nos I, 'P Frederick Kowalski School Patrol 1, 2: Boys' Intrzmmrzml Sports 1: Football 2. Willard Kuehl School Patrol 2: Boys' "M" Club 2: Football 2. Sylvia Liefz Inter-Nos 1, 2: Science 12: Biology Camera Margie Lobitz Chorus 1, 2: "Rose of tho Danube" 2: inter-Nos 1, .Y 2. Harve Marchand Y School Patrol 1: lfoothztll 1: Track 1. X tK'X fllotl' Dorothy Melquist Staff 2: lntore Band 1. 2: Pon Cho-Kio Nos l., 2: Band 2: G.A.A. l. 2: G. A. A. Board 1: l-lohimy Hounds 1. Robert Moritz Dolmte 2: Boys' Intru- xnurul Sports 1. 2: Truck 1. Lowell Nelson Lowell Newton XVUL5 and Mask 2: School Patrol 1. 2: Boys' Intru- mural Sports 1. 2: Foot- hatll 1, 2: Basketball 1: Boys' "M" Club 1, 2: Chorus 2: Track 1, 2: "Rose of the D:nmiio" 2: "Tho Idne-1ny" 2. Kathleen Oakes Cho-Kio Stuff 2: 'XVig'anrL Mask 1., 2: Inter-Nos 1, 2: Chorus 2: Band l. 22 Verso Choir 1: G.A.A. 1: "Rose of the Dzmuhe-" 2: 'fhospirm 2. Allan Olich Science Club 1, 2. Frances McCabe Chorus 2: .lluud 1. 2: "Rose of tho lJ:mulm" ': lnter-Nos 1, 2. Arlene Martin Inter-Nos 1, 2: G..X.A. 1, 'I Donald Monson School Patrol 1. 'C Soionoo Club 2. James Mortenson NVig :ind Mask 2: Scivuu.: Club 2: Boys' lntrzmxurnl Sport l, 2: Yorsv- Uhuir l. Vernon Nelson lntrzumlrztl Sports l, 2 Pearl Nordby Inter-Nos 1., 2: Germain Club 1. Lillian Ohnstad liztncl 1, 2: G. A. A. 1: f . V X1-1-so Q hon- 1. Collins Olmsteacl Xvig and Musk 2: Stehool Patrol 1, 2 tldiuutlffnulttj: Boys' "M" Club 2: Chor- us 2: Boys' lntrzunural Sports 1, 2: Footimll 2 Cr:o-cztptaitt olcctj: Bas- ketball 1. 2: 'Fruck 1. 2: "Rose of the Du.nuho" 2. Beverly McDonald Intvr-Nos 1, 2: l3:mc1 2: ll.A..X. J.. Donald Mauritson Cho-Kio Staff 2: XVig :md Mask 1, 2: Latin Club 1, 2 Cprosidentri Gernmn Club 1, 2: liunil 2: Or- r1liust,l'u 2: Science Club 1, 2 ipresidontii Pop Squml 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Il1Ll'1Ll'11lll'ill Board 1, 2: Cheer l.uu.der 1: Junior Ohms President: Biology Uuxxwrzt Club 1. Robert Moore Slglllil .Xlphn Sigsglun 2, 33 Gt-rnizm liund 3: Ihmml 1. 2, Il: Pop Unnd 2, 3. Herbert Muchow lioys' Intrzunural Sport I. 2: Foothnll 1. Dale Newby Chorus 2: Football 1. ' "Hose ot tho Danube" Mary Jane Nowak lutor-Nos 1, 2: Cho-I Stllfll 22 G.A..K. 1, 21 En lish Club 1. Patricia O'Laughlin G.A.A. 1, 2: Cho-Kio VVIL: :md Mask 2: Band 2: Orchostm 2: Pop Bn 2: G.A.A. Board 1. James Olson L 26 J Lilloh Olson Cho-Kin Stull' 2: Sigma, Alplul. Simun. I, 2: Inlvr- Nos 1, 2: Ililrrziry :assist- nut 2: llutin Uluh 12 Scierm-ef Clull 2: Yvrsl- Choir 1, 2: G.:X..X. 1, 2: G..X..X. liourll 1. 2 fs0c'n-- luryp. Donald Orvedohl School Patrol 2. David Pcmchott Boys' "M" Club 1. 2: Boys' Il1ll'l'll'Ill.ll'Ill Sport S 1, 2: Foothnll 1, 2 fflu- Snptnin f-loctl: '1'r:wk 1. Leonard Peterson Sc-imma" Clulm 'lg Boys' ln'- trnmurul Sports 1, 2: Footlmll 1: i,':unnr:1 Chill orothy Prihor ulor-Nos I. 2: Hohlmy ouncls 1. erold Rasmussen 'ootlmli 1, 2. orren Reiersgord hool Patrol 2: Boys' tramurul Sports 1, 2. ilip Roslad hool Patrol 1, 2: Band 2: Boys' II'ltl'Zl.lTlLll'!1.l orts 1: Track 1, 2: otball 2. E271 Mlilon Olson Adeline Oscarson 1,i..X..X. 1: ilnlmhy Hounds 1. Allan Perrles Clin-Kin SL:-LIT 2: Signm .Xlphu Sig'm:x, 1, 2: School l'ntroI 1. 2: Dulruto 1: Chorus-: I, 2: Hund 2: Sr-iom-v Cluim 2: Uoys' In- trzumuraxl Sports 1: "Roms nl' illf! l1nnul1n" 2: "All nt Sou." 1: M:iclrig.:':xl Club 2. Lyle Pllsenbarger Iirllool Patrol 1: Boys' "Ill" Club 21 Hand 1. 23 Boys' lnlrnlmlrnl Sports 1. 2: lfoutlnxll 1: lluslivt- lmll I. 22 Trac-lc 1, 2. Don Prlndle Cho-lilo Stnfi' Llunior Hrlilorl: Sli-Z'l'I1IL Alpha Siprnnzl. 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2: 01-clmstrn 1. 2: lioys' In- tl'1m1u1'aI Sports 1, 2: Boys' Quzxrtctto 1, 2: "Rose of tho Danube" 2: "'l'lio l+1n0rm"' 2: "All at Si-u." 1: Ii'lmlrig::il Club 2: '1'l1cspi:u1 Soviuty 2. Raymond Rasmussen R1-sr:a.1'c'l1 Cluh 1: Boys' ll1l.i'1l.I1'I11l'lll Sports 1, 2: Football 3. Adeline Rosenfeldt Inter-Nos 1, 2. Marion Sondness Inter-Nos 1, 2: Chorus 2: G.A.A. 1: "Rose of the Danube" 2. Robert Olson Boys' Il1t!'!'l.llllll'ill Sports 1. 2: Football 2. Harriet Osfrcunder Inter-Nos 2: Latin Club 0 Lois Perske Signm, Alplm Slglllil. 1, 2: Inter-Nos 1, 2 fCouncilJ: Chorus 1, 2: "Rose of the .:Jnnnho" 2: "All :mt Sea" Mary Politiski Cho-Kin Stuff 2: G.A.A. 1. Evelyn Quam Inter-Nos 1, 2. Dale Rasmusson giand 2: Boys' Quartette Lois Rosenfeld? Inter-Nos 1, 2. Mary Schill Inter-Nos 2. Carol Schumacher Cho-Kio Sl.n.t'f 2: Spucl Staff 2: XVif: and Mask 1, 2: Band 1, 2: GAA. 1. John Simunds Ethel Snyder Inter-Nos 1, 2. Nancy Stoll Latin Club 1: G.A.A. 1, 2: Inter-Nos 1, 2. Elwood Streich Foollmll 1. 2: Boys' In- tramural Sports 1, 2: 'llnskrztball 1. Warren Tang Cho-Kio Stall? 2: Spud Staff 2: XVig' and Mask 2: "The Enemy" 2. Wallace Thomas Lawrence Tritchler Boys' Intramural Sports 1, 2: Football 1. James Sieg School Patrol 2. Gladys Skaar Inter-Nos 2: llolmlv 22 G.A.A. 2. Margaret Stein inter-Nos 1, 2. Signe Storstacl Intor-Nos 'l, 2: Wig :xml Musk 1, 2: Latin Club 1. 2: Chorus 1, 2: "Hose of lhe lbzuunhr-," 2: "All :it Sou." 1. Norman Swanson Inlranturul Sports 1, 2: Haslcetliall 2. Helen Tennyson Inter-Nos 1, 2: G.A...X. 1, 2: Chorus 1: G, A. A. Board 1: "All at Se-si" 1. Ann Thortvedl Inlcr-Nos 1. 2. Bernice Tufton G.A.A. 1: English Club 1. Helen Slmley Cho-Kio Stuff 2: Spud Stuff 2: VVig and Musk 1, 2: Inter-Nos 1, 2 tSopho- more chziirmanj: Band 2: G.A.A. 1. 2: G.A.A. 1, 2, fllozirdy: "XVind in the South" 1: Thespian So- ciety l. 2: Quill and Scroll 2: "The Enemy CI'rocluction Stzil'1'j: Eng- lish Club 1. Maxine Smith Chorus 2: G..X.A. 1: "Rose ol' the Dzuniln-" 2. Marian Stein lntvr-Nos 1, 2. Arleyne M. Strand lnlvi'-Nos 1, 2: llnml 1. 2. Virginia Swanson Inler-Nos 1, 2: G.A..X. 1. Delores Thedin InLer-Nos 1, 2: Band 1, Elaine Tompl' Inter-Nos 2. Mary Ellen Wade Inter-Nos 2: Orchestra E281 Harlan Welo Debuto 1' Scioncn- 1 Luellcl E. Wenger 2' Inlor-Nos 1. 2: G.A.A. 1, fl Boys' Intirnmnrnl SDl'3l'Lg ... 1, 2: 'l'r:x0k 1. Ruth Wentzell Sigma, Alpha Sigma 1. 2 Int.:-1'-Nos 1, 2. fTrfe:i,slI rnrl 2: Chorus I , x 1 uln 2: "Rose cl' llv Dun Maxine Weum 2: ".All::1L Sou" 1: Inlvr- Nos 1, ... Harold Wik Sr-ie-nmf Club 1. 2. Neil Wilfse l'Hl,l'!l!l1ll!'Zll 1, 2. lj Jeuwr' if lrene Williams lnlvl'-Nos 1, 2. Florence Wussow Inlor-Nos 1, 2. Bettylou Zuehlsdorfl: Ulm-Kio Staff 2: Inter- Nus 1. 2 fCuuncill: Chor- us 2: G.A.A. 1, 2: G.A.A. 'llniirrl 2: Sophomore Ulnss '1'ri-nsnrer: Verse Choir 1: "Rose of the l3:unxlr0" 1. David Wentzell Student LI1ll'Ii1i.l'4Q'l' :Fool- hallj 2: Student ll2ll'l2i2'Gl' fBaskethallJ 2: Student Manager Q'1'n-ncki 12. Pearl Wheeler NVig and Musk 1, 2: In- ter-Nos 1, 2: Iloclnnm- tion 1: Band 1. Ruth M. Wilson Inlm'-NUS 2: Ll..X..X. 2. Donald Zeller Science Club 2: Boys' In- ll'Rl1lllI'I!l Sports 1. 2. , 1'-1-ff4,M,TAw1fa....,.,.f1,1,,, My 2014113 fn 3" , L1 if bfzgff' Mffwf ' O Oiflfrefma W9 fr Jr-Mm . E291 D016-uI.Ll' ff 9:le.ZguW,L.,5,,0,,zk,fWo,,w OFFICERS: JACK CHRISTIANSON BETH HOPEMAN WALLACE SOLEIN VIRGINIA DALE MISS MARY LOU President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer WHITON, Adviser ELA 5 UF1942 ln the fall of 1929 ci predominating yet somewhat bewildered group ot students embarked upon the sea of education. And now in 1940 we tlncl these same students in the studios of CHO-KIO representing the sophomore class ot Moorhead High School They have a successful record of achievements to report. In athletics, with three members on the First team in basketball and two in football, and in scholastic ablility we find the "sophs" to be very outstanding. They also took a very active part in drarnatics and music with Jack Christianson playing a leading role in the Inter-Society play, "The Enemy" and with Virginia Dale playing a maior part in the operetta, Rose of the Danube Moorhead High School is and has a good reason for expecting great things ofthe Class ot 1942 ' t 1, fuk JI .if 9,1 'fill' I . r ff ' "' Bi P' A , it iz, 5 ' Q 4. -4 -1 ' lf. inlli F First Row: Francis Abbott, Jean Abrahamson, Renee Adams, Merlynn Akers, Glenn Akin. Donald Aldrich, Betty Anderson, Corri Anderson, DeLoris Anderson. 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I Cowlductor , f .Second if uth Mille eps I l 0 flfll ff if Rmifeft it M ,,,, ,yt 6 I I . r u ugnus C 41 alex lv' 'U M gy M5552 :W C ,. 3, ,, l G , Hel ' I . N Olxwrouglgg court s of the O- 211143661 atw rk, broodcclolshg gum Moonaeecm my A, l fh Sch ol, egzigg you e Littl ympho Orchestre of-the0oi . Thislmw turexlq f' UL L Src estrod '11 tovsfmjo-loverwfryiwherehthof thelyhigpest pe of iacun Q e e n cu sc oo musicio . f 5XSe rtgl! ncgfih lp een pllrelglxd to large cipliiiotive o dwnc byfwis per-Z f tl l d h t f f t - h . , lSCo nh eohuxfijlisgnlerk 'iii Wigwam hi sch stu nc? re mqyk f irgmg the hi est stcindoms, you heor o r tle Sy p o Orchestto o 3 N air. N Q ll f 5 0 it O ill 1 f it it First Row' ngPr'ndle, h'l' 'lb inclle at ash Shirley Qui kxl r thy D enh-lf Normcngohnshoy Do P sehl Lorna g Ev so . R ' x -Q! 8 . I , , , hgh, , 6 4 JA V SGCOYLCZ R0w. D s Mtad, Fr ine A cler n, xr y Johns oy, Gm' Peters, ray vyglds, Cory' ,JH .em Eloise Olson, ' ' irkhorn, o uine A der , a Ellen W cl .lo Christiunso llgfxtvz 5 ll 6 Z'??31fHF??iiE??nf!4lu49':?f'?QflE isfkfc STf3'Tl.'l2?'1 Aiwa R1lh"F:'tffQf P'1Y"Klf'll2'Sf lUd'eYll39"Y' f' ' BAND SENIUR First Row: Ethel McCullough, Clifford Sutton, Robert Moore, Dorothy Reynolds, Elizabeth Christianson, Phyllis Sands, Audrey Murray, Donald Mauritson. Second Row: Marvel Dunwell, Dolores Thedin, Dorothy Deems, David Gosslee, Jack Scheidt, Dale Rasmussen, Marlys Peterson, Roland Overvold, Beth Hopeman, Mildred Strand, Patricia Bergland, Milo Backstrand. Third Row! Dorothy Fobes, Dorothy Jefferson, Frances McCabe, Lois Hammett, Arlene Strand, Alice Wolfe, Beverly Hicks, Allan Parries, Duane Hurst, Reynold Johnson, Renee Adams, Phyllis Mauritson, Norman Johnshoy, Lorna Westberg, Albert Anderson, Lillian Ohnstad, Kathleen Oakes, Russel Eckerstrom, Carol Schumacher, Curtis Sioberg, Wallace Solien, Lyle Pitsenbarger, Robert Wright, Delmar Gysler, Patricia O'Laughlin, Bill Christianson, Arnold Strom. Fowrth Row: Marlow Rustad, Donald Ward, Lester Rygg, Philip Rustad, Ralph Gibson, Dorothy Melquist, Lloyd Bren- ded, Glen Malvey, Beverly McDonald. J For all those who are not here on Center Avenue this morning, we will try to portray this magnificent parade headed by the Crown Prince and Princess of Norway. The next band to pass before us is that of the Moorhead Senior High School, headed by a pert maiorette, Marlowe Rustad. Because this is a local band, we shall give you a detailed description of it. This organization is composed of eighty-four members and is directed by Leif Chris- tianson and has as its student director, Bill Christianson. Other olticers are: Marlys Geraghty, president, Dorothy Deems, secretary-treasurer, Audrey Murray, librar- iam Lloyd Brenden and Norman Johnshoy, business managers. Twenty-five members of the Senior Band form an organization known as the Pep Band, which adds zest to the cheering sections of all athletic contests. PEP BAND ' 'U First Row: Russel Eck- erstrom, Delmar Gysler, Jack Christiansen, Robert . Moore, William Christian- son, Curtis Sioberg. Second Row: Marlys t Geraghty, Joan Feyereisn, I Dorothy Melquist, Milo Backstrand. Ethel McCul- lough, Marvel Dunwell, Valborg Holm. Third Row: Lorna West- berg, Norman Johnshoy, Patricia O'Laughlin, Robert Wright, Donald Ward, Ar- nold Strom, Gerhardt Wentz, Reynold Johnson, Clifford Sutton. JJ' fb O 1. MI REARET NEWTON 1 --C .J wefeW4.Qgfm,H6 15d Af..-ylgrd-4 j l 30 J haf! ZPZYL' 6 Di The s ccesstul audition before Mr. Peter Tkach ot the Minneapolis College of music was a Thrilling moment experienced by the chorus. Concerts before the Moorhead Music Club, the Kiwanis Club and several auditorium programs were some of the fea- tured events ot the year. The chorus also journeyed to Ulen and near-by towns where they met with hearty approval. Because of its credible work this group ot 85 was awarded a trip to Grand Forks for the North Dakota University High School Day. This year, when the chorus purchased new royal blue robes, is the first time that the chorus has been vested. i if f I L JL? fufypf l First R0w.' left to right-Gertrude Paulson, Doro- thy Anderson, Helen Sattre, Rosalie Larson, Lorna Westberg, Audrey Murray, Patty Scheel, Winnifred Headland, Dorothy Fobes. Second Row: Elsie Lathrop, Data Anderson, Na- omie Strom, Joan Feyereisen, Signe Storstad, Doro- thy Johnsoy, Virginia Frimanslund, Evon Livedahl. Third Row: Nellavon Chinn, Shirley Quick, Ade- line Perman, Ruth Cornell, Maxine Smith, Ardell Vold, Muriel Janzen, Dolores Possehl. F0u'f'fh Row: Lois Perske, Volborg Holm, Bettylou Zuehlsdorft, Kathleen Oakes, Margaret Drury, Wilma Jensen, Harriet Horpedahl, Sidney Englstad. Fifth Row: Allan Parries, Wayne Kreps, Stirling Hubbard, Dale Newby, Collins Olmstead, John Gar- rity, Clifford Sutton, Albert Roggensack. ,,-.ar1-12-1: .I :"'-rc..- finzfr' , V In ,W , I 'L,gdP was MADHIEALC First Row: Muriel Janzen, Au- drey Deems, Eva Ruliffson, Patty Scheel, Lorna Westberg. Second Row: Virginia Dale, Wayne Kreps, Jack Christianson, Allan Parries, Donald Prindle, Au- drey Murray, Dorothy Anderson, Thtfwl Row: Ethel Marie McCul- lough, Albert Roggensack, Ger- hardt Wentz, Norman Johnshoy, James Daley, Roy Harrisville. fp-y'y,f14Fa,Tf7sZ qkbvhicf 490-, ffgaff' J' ly M1 SENIU ini., , URUS 7" zf":!'F':11"'F?l W"-'Y F' 'i'l'St Row: Miss Margaret Newton, director, Mar- ian Sandness, Ruth Wentzell, Virginia Dale, Doro- thy Deems, Ethel McCullough, Viola Erickson, Patricia Bergland, Elda Faye Souers. Second Row! Frances McCabe, Buelah Huesmann, Dorothy Tweten, Marguerite Garrity, Margie Lobitz, Marion Bye, Ruth Smith, Eva Livdahl. Third R0'LOJ Thelma Mortenson, Myrtle Wangs- ness, Marlys Geraghty, Myrtle Dale, Marcella Whit- comb, Martha Whitcomb, Eva Ruliffson, Donald Prindle. F0'Ll,'r'tfh Row: Russell Eckerstrom, Roy Harisville, Philip Prindle, Eugene Carney, Harold Erickson, Jack Christianson, Donald Ward. Fifth Row! Arnold Strom, James Daley, Clayton Hansen, Lowell Newton, Gerhardt Wentz, James Beck, Norman Johnshoy. 7' Thelma Mortenson, Au- drey Murray, Ethel Mar- 3- " :B ie McCullough, Dorothy 777 2 Deems. ElRL'5 TRIU Approximately three thousand people wit- nessed the Christmas pageant in Moorhead Junior High School in which the chorus pre- sented the cantata, "The Adoration" by Nevin. Under Miss Margaret Nevvton's able direc- tion the chorus held the spotlight ,at the an- nual spring Music Festival in Moorhead. The chorus also presented a concert for the Minnesota Educational Association when it held its Western Division Conference in Moorhead. Throughout the year music critics have high- ly praised this deserving group of high school choristers. xiii GERMAN BAND Gerhardt Wentz, Arnold Strom, 1, Donald Ward, William Christian- son, Robert Moore, Clifford Sutton. Q19 l l JI- LIBRARY ,off IMGGN EMIS' VQXNWQ so mrflxh dfhpal .W 'Q K, QIi"Q' 3 F '1:'I'St Row: Ethel Logan, Edith La Pash, Data Anderson, Mildre Strand. Second Row: Arlene Abrahamsen, Lillah Olson, Dorothy Jefferso Camera Shy: Audrey McAuley. And now we have at the microphone Miss Pearla Kappahn who is directing an able force of 8 student librarians. These librarians assist Miss Kappahn to maintain the quiet atmosphere that is ever present in Ml-lS's modern li- brary. And it is modern too. With this year's addition of many new books and a new card catalog system, these girls find delight in keeping the books in their places. The library is found to be a haven not only for nerve-wracked students but also for the students who wish to do research work amongst the many sup- MISS PEARLA KAPPHAHN Librarian plementary books. tillllllllllllill S eniofr High Library SCHUUL PATROL Qi 155185 Ge Q 62, ' fo 020 ,yecf ouivofd A ow, 4'o,,,o0"2Q' 6f'SQd V00 Wo, 445 020 .' 0 MwkMsWW'Wd 'Of D53 B Sr Rqy Gwqrrggnd l lffeffe' I7 Rel URACE EUUDHUE Superviser -'be rom our mobile unit of CHO-KIO we will bring you a description of e Moorhead High School Patrol direct from the intersections where e members are at work insuring the safety of passers-by. is group, which is under the supervision of Mr. Horace Goodhue, is onsored by the American Auto Association. us for there has not been a single mishap to mar the record of this ganization. Row: left to f-Ralph Gibson, Patrol Squad o Backstrcind, s Hallum, James rre, Emerson rre. Row: left to t-Earl Jacobson, es Seig, Orville son, John Gur- DuWoyne Thon, rt Fugere, Don- Orvedahl, Don- Reiss. Row: left to A -Ph Rostad, rt Westbye, ld Monson, 'll Newton, Wil- Kuehl, Allan es, Ralph Carl- Z7-0! 0 flzubzaz XL 4' 7' -i -l In V fi JUNIUR COUNCIL F'lTSTI Row: Dorothy Johnshoy, Lois Perske, Doris Grinaker, Betty- It lou Zuehlsdorff. if Back Row: Dorothy Jefferson, . Ruth Berg. INTER- LUHNA WESTBEHB All-Girl President MISS MYRTLE MUEN Dean of Girls Through the courtesy of CHO-KIO we now bring you a summary of the activities of the girls of MHS. As a Christmas proiect the girls generously contributed to the three large boxes that brought cheer to three needy families during the holiday season. The council consists of five girls elected from each class and an all-girl president elected from the sen- ior class. This council, with the help of Miss Myrtle Moen, dean of girls, plans a series of programs and-activities throughout the year. SENIUR EUUNCIL V4 l Adeline Melby, Ardell Vold, Myrtle l Wangsness, Patty Scheel. lr SUPHUMURE EUUNC Lorraine Hellem, Farrand Clarke Beth Hopeman, Elizabeth Christian son, Phyllis Mauritson. NUS SCIENEE CLUB lur station CHO-KIO now brings you o scene where loung scientists are closely observing the results ol experiment. Directing this group of scientifically nded young people are Miss Dorothy Donnelly and . Herman Kiland. The Science Club, formerly wn as the Research Club, is gaining an ever-in- asing amount of popularity. lt is in this club that tudent delves into the how's and why's of a mys- ious science, that of chemistry and its related sub- s. 116' MISS DOROTHY DONNELLY MR. HERMAN KILAND Adviser Adviser First Row: Sylvia Leltz, Corrine Frojen, Doro- thy Morrison. Second Row: Frances Fugere, Dorothy Jeffer- son, Lorraine Helium, Phyllis Mauritson, Alan Ollch, James Mortinson, Orville Hanson. Third Row: Jack Scheidt, Frederick Behllng, John Hagen, Jay Frojen, Robert Jones, Dono- von Nelson, Emerson Werre. ster, Lillah Olson. Second Row: Harold Wik, Paul Campion, Ben Anderson, lngvald Levang, Calvin Anderson, James Wheeler, Donald Maurltson. Third Row: Norman Johnshoy, The three stooges of Physics class. Harold Thysell, Pat Howe, Stlrllng Hubbard, Donald Zeller, Harlan Welo, Orville Austin. First Row: Ruth Berg, Jean Schu- IEHU-KID fSTAFF Tl 1 DONOVAN NELSON Co-Editor VIOLA ERICKSON Business Manager LILLAH OLSON Make-Up Editor MYRTLE WANGNESS Feature Editor ADELINE MELBY Activities Editor GERTRUDE PAULSON F' 7'5'5?i DORIS GRINAKER Co-Editor 1 '95 . A 7'-'ffl HELEN SATTRE Advertising Manager ROBERT POLITISKI Photographer Assistant Organization Editor PAUL DONALD I . Plmus Miss MARY HANSO-N a YVARD KQQQEQN QQTES SANDS Lou wHnoN suliggfggg-on Audltoluggi-ggi:-ogram Art Editor Sports Editor orggasfgswn PURIASESE?-ns --r -ok, 1,.,?,. 5, 3'-P X E 'X xi ORVILLE NELLAVON AUSTIN CHINN Editor-in-Chief News Editor AY' if HARLAN ALDRICH Business Manager Sports and Feature Writers News, Business and Feavture Writers Quill and Scro i, d so 1' W 19 . A V51 "1 ,f iii BEN ANDERSON Sports Editor PHYLLIS SANDS Chief Editorial Writer GERTRUDE PAULSON Feature Editor VIOLA ERICKSON Advertising Manager ADELINE MELBY Assistant News Editor HELEN SATTRE Exchange Editor Miss LEOTA JEAN VWLRSN STIRLING OLSON SCHUSTER Circulation HUBBARD Business Adviser Secretary Manager Columnist SPUD STAFF -S' lf gf' 'si RUSE UF THE DA UBE On behalf of the MHS broadcasting system an excerpt from the comic oper etta Rose of the Danube is being presented to you This operetta was based on the lovely music of Johann Strauss and the en chanting atmosphere of the Beautiful Blue Danube The setting a mythical Balkan Country becomes the inspiration of a romance between Princess Rose and a Hollywood camerman Darrel Davis From a music lovers point of view this operetta has been recognized as one of the most outstanding fantasies produced Both critics and spectators have complemented the truly splendid performances in this production And now as the curtain rises an excerpt from the beautiful Blue Danube I Cornell Wilma Jensen Thelma Mortenson First Row: Virginia Dale, Norman Johnshoy, Audrey Murray, Roy Harrisville, Doro- thy Deems, Donald Prindle Ethel Marie McCullough, Eva Ruliffson. Second Row: Miss Margar- et Newton, Lorna Westberg, Gerhardt Wentz, Shirley Quick, Muriel Janzen, James Beck, Patricia Scheel, Marlys Geraghty. Third Row: Ardell Vold, Clayton Hansen, Gertrude Paulson, Arnold Strom, Vir- ginia Frimanslund, James Da- ley, Viola Erickson, Data An- derson. Fourth Row: Allan Parries, Clifford Sutton, Albert Rog- gensack, Donald Ward, Jack Christianson. UPERETTA PRINEIPALS Row Philip Prmdle Sidney Engelstad Eugene Carney Russel Eckerstrom Wayne Kreps Francis Buelah Huesmann Wmmfred Headland Joan Feyerensen Lois Perske, Ruth Wentzell Myrtle Dolores Possehl Evan Llvedahl Maxine Smith Ruth Smith Elda Faye Souers Eva Lnveclahl Row Harold Erickson Collins Olmstead Wesley Dunwell Richard Rlngstead Stirling Hubbard Newton Dale Newby Margie Lobltz Harriet Horpedahl Margaret Drury Myrtle Dole Marguer Garrlty Row Naomle Strom Dorothy Tweten Marian Sandness Bettylou Zuehlsdorff Patty Bergland U ourth Row Sngne Storstad Adeline Perman Valborg Holm Nellavon Chinn Kathleen Oakes Doro Fobes Whltcomb 1-:Vs 517 new ""'l.L... R020 Dorothy Johnshoy Dorothy Anderson Rosalie Larson Helen Sattre Marcella Whltcomb -vi wg.,-iii Y A Y DISTRICT DECLAMA- TION PARTICIPANTS- First Row: Delores Pos- sehl, Miss Pearl Wilmers. coach. Jack Christiansen. Muriel Janzen, Nellavon Chinn. Second Ftow: Marlys Ger- Bethel Fritch, Phyllis Mauritson. Speech I Activities 3 ghty, Maritim Sjoberg. ERSE CHOIR- irst Row: LaVerne Holm, Mnrlys Gerztghty, Lorraine Ander- on, Virginia Frimanslund. econd Row: Farrand Clarke. Beverly Hicks, Nellavon Chinn, hyllis Mauritson, Emerson Werre, Lillah Olson, Grace Kittle- on, Alice Wolfe. hird Row: Delores Possehl, Data Anderson, John Hagen, Stir- ing Hubbard, Jay Frojen, Patricia O'l.aughlin, Muriel Janzen. EBATE SQUAD- irst Row: Dorothy Deems, Murial Janzen, Delores Possehl, ellavon Chinn. econd Row: Orville Austin, Joan Feyereisen, Marguerite Gar- ty, June Olson, Jean Schuster, Ruth Smith, Harold Thysell. hird Row: Calvin Anderson, John Hagen, Nlr. Carl Hagen, ach, Russel Eckerstrom, LeRoy Horpedahl. Moorhead's fame in speech work has been broadcast far and wlcle in the year i940 Wi h llavon Chinn and Delores Possehl gaining top honors at the regional cleclamatlon contest and the cle te team consisting ot Muriel .lonzen and Delores Possehl Harold Thysell and Nellavon Chinn wtnning e district debate cup, Moorhead has reason to be proud ot those taking part in speech activities Miss Pearl Wilmers is coach for cleclamation and Ml Carl Hagen tor debate and each are de rving ot much praise and honor. Those winning honors at the district declam contest were Bethel Frltch Meriam Soberg Jack Chris nson Delores Possehl, Nellavon Chinn, and Murieljanzen I Also playing an important part in speech activities is the Verse Choir unaer the direction ot Miss ilmers. The annual speech festival was held in Moorhead and Moorhead was also host to the District clam contest. Debators had a busy year traveling to many ditterent schools among which are Gustavus Aclol us at St. Peter, Detroit Lakes, Barnesville, Valley City, and other neighboring towns E451 l . T T ' I , KW y OFFICERS- First Flow: R vllenrzen Gertr . Paulson, Nella l Chinn. Dorot Deerns. Second Row: M Pearl Wilmers, adv er. Roy Harrisville. i ' MEMBERS- First Row: M Janzen. Bev Hicks. Dorothy Jo shoy, Corrine An son, Arlene Abrah son, Mardell Gy Lois Perske, Marl Flustad, Beth H man. Second Flow: Del Possehl, Bethel Fri Lillah Olson, Ad Melby. James W er. Donald Pri Allan Parries, W Ki-eps, Jay Fr Ethel Marie Mc laugh. Patty Sche ,, Back Row: Gerh Wentz. Jack C tianson. Albert gensack, D Ward, Arnold St James Daley, J Beck, Lloyd Bre Norman John Donovanllflelson. Over Cl 5P'3ClCll nefwork Of STOHOUS, CHO-KlO presenfs a summary of The acrivmesmr Sigma Alpha Sigma. - ID if Following formal and informal inifiafio Jceremonieg, eleven new members W Qdmiffed fo This society. f" xii Wifh The purpose of sfimulafing clramaticfffylenl and appreciafion among its members, one-acl plays are presented af The monfhly meetings. ,"' ' R ,..,f Sigma Alpha Sigma enferfaine I l alndlikllask al The main social affair of The year. Old-fash- oned dances formed The main recr Tion of' The party. -if i L The club, under The ire ion of Miss Pearl Wilmers, elecled The following officers: Dorofhy , f Xllieegnsgigelsidenfg Nellavon in , vice-presi ent, Gerfrude Paulson, secretary, Ruth Wenfzell, Treasurer, l lzy arrisvillekxieiogram chaiigrnfzhik V, x if ll L ' ' if s1"F?+e P' li, A lf N lil X '-.. ' A A . Y 46 li W- lime- Ml... - - . fm'7f'Tg" "l , " WT't"'--,M WIG and MASK Pushing its way to radio tame and popularity is Wig and Mask, the older of the two dramatic societies of Moorhead High School, Twenty new members were admitted following initiation ceremonies. The club is under the di- rection ot Miss Clara Strutz. The following otticerswere elected at the beginning ot the year: Phyllis Sands, President, Eva Ruliflson, vice-president, Ardell Vold, secretaryg Curtis Sioberg, treasurer, Rosalie Larson, program chairman. Several one-acl plays were presented at themonthly meetings so that members may earn enough points to become Thespian members. ICERS- t Flow: Rosalie son, Eva Ru- on,ArdeII Vold, llis Sands. k Row: Curtis erg, Miss Cla- trutz. BERS- Row: James enson, Russel rstrom, Wal- elmeke. John n. ,J nd Row: Dor- Jefferson, am Sober-g, ey Quick, Ad- Permzm, Mar- eraghty. Vir- Frimanslund, Bassltt, Fae n, Lavera on. Row: Vir- Dale, Helen , Carol Schu- er, Signe tad, Helen y, Patty 0'- hlln, Data son, Kath- Oakes, Wini- Headland, El- lvlelhus. Row: Oliver son, Jules m, Collins tead, Ben ,An- , Calvin An- , Maynard ke, Eugene y, Lowell n. I... f S45 Picture l. PRODUCTION STAFF V'-1 ,, ,il First Row: Dorothy Jefferson, Dorothy Deems, Gertrude Paulson, Arlene Abrahamson, Adeline Nlelby. Second Row: Helen Simley, Ardel Vold, Patty Scheel, Rosalie Larson, Winnefred Headland, Meriam Soberg, Nel lavon Chinn. Picture 2. THESPIAN First Row: Miss Strutz, Dorothy Deems, Delores PossehI,BetheI Fritch, Marlys Geraughty, Miss Wilmers. Second Row: Helen Simley, Albert Roggensack, Oliver Pederson, Donald Ward, Nellavon Chinn. Picture 3 CAST Left to Right: Jack Christiansen, Donald Prindle, Lewis Harding, Dolores Possehl, Warren Tang, Albert Roggen sack, Viola Erickson, Lowell Newton, Bethel Fritch, Gerhardt Wentz. THE ENEMY The stirring story of the hatred and hardshipsarising from war was vividly portrayed in the pro duction ot "The Enemy" on February 5, 6, in the high school auditorium. The setting of this play written by Channing Pollock, was a typical Austrian home at the outbreak of the World War. Given before two large audiences, this play was acclaimed by critics to be one of the best pro duced in Moorhead High School. It was presented by talent from the two dramatic societies, with all e 1 . . . m mbers of the cast giving outstanding performances. A young Austrian Carl's wife Bruce Gordon A young Englishman A war proflteer A young wife A philosopher Carl Bohrend Pauli Arndt Augu st Behrend Mizzie Dr. Arndt .Ian A soldier Baruska Bohemian servnnt Kurt Mizzie's son Fritz Mizzie's husband .lack Christiansen Dolores ltossehl Donnld Prinrile Gorh:u'dt VVenl,z Viola Erickson Lowell Newton NV:LrrQn 'l':Lnf.7 ltuthul Fritch Lewis I-lzirdinr: .Kiln-rt liugcnsnck The play was perfected under the able direction of Miss Clara Strutz and Mrs. A. Griesmon THESPIAN Thespian is a national honorary society in dramatics. Any member of Wig and Mask or Sigma Alpha Sigma is eligible to membership it he has acquired the necessary points. Points are earned by active participation in one-act plays, the intersociety play and other forms ot dramatics. Thespian is under the direction of Miss Wilmers and Miss Strutz. E491 M, ' Jza L AMAA, Wx! 6 AJ . 75, . wif! d ww! 0 ' 1. 1... 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SUDGCSII 20145 of I ' Il ave-"C.oJlfC PS. 6115001 Q.'kQ X 1 2, X V 5 'F Q., ,f Frrst Row Robert Hennemann John Gornty Glen Melvey Harvey Oltch Second R020 Rrchard Ringstead Clarence Markegard Fredenck Kowalskl Thzrd Row Mr Roy Domek asslstant coach Thomas Towey Harold Thysell Lo ell Newton F0'u1'th Row Collms Olmstead Clayton Hansen Fifth Row Lloyd Brenden Norman Erlckson son has left all the football boys flooded with memorles of a not so successful and yet a memorable season Who coul forget Harvey Oluch s hard tackllng fespeclally his opponentsl when he would send his body salllng through the anr llk a batternng ram Jimmy Daleys flfty yard run In the Fergus game to pave the way for the wvnmng touchdown or th lack that Bug Norm Erlckson our 250 pound tackle blocked into the end zone at Wahpeton to give the Spuds a 2 t o O victory These are lust a few of the fond memorles that will linger ln the mnnds of the boys In years to come ' f l Clear the alrways' Here comes the sports broadcast of the l939 football season at MHS Well the l939 football sea d e e Probably the fastest and most thrllllng of the games that will linger an thelr mlnds was the Detroit Lakes set to at Detroit during whlch Laker backs were contmuously breaking loose only to be brought down by a shoe strung tackle or by tast mg one of Captaln Ollch s terrltlc druves In thelr mud rnffs Incldentally Detrolt gained only a l3 to 6 victory Instead o the much predicted walkaway One sports wrnter wanted to know who the flfth man nn the Detrolt backfleld was I turned out to be Wes Dunwell hard charging Spud guard The Spuds contmuously breaklng tradltlon went on to be the only team to score on Thnef Ruver thus year but were defeated I3 to 6 A not so pleasant memory wlll come back when the Spud gridders thunk of the Breck game when on hearmg the ref erees whistle the whole team stopped dead letting a Cowboy back practically walk to a touchdown resulting In 'fi Q E V F "N W'-P' . .'. .LLL '., .Yi 2' Z. . .3 g gi.-- f' ,Li l' Le, Z' w 4 uf' 41 43"S QQZf3gQkkY 0 an an ' qazf Sian 41 ffsdzfgfoyo Q7Zg' UQ 04 Row: James Werre, David Panchott, Donovan Nelson. . Row: Wesley Dunwell, Orville Olson, Leonard Peterson, Donald Ward. Row: Raymond Rasmusen, Chris Kondos, Richard Bennett, James Daley. owrth Row: Gerrit Ledeboer. Garry Wentz, Ralph Carlson, Mr. A. C. coach. ifth ROW: Dale Newby, Robert Politiski, David Wentzell, trainer. asant fl'1OU9l'tTS rSfUI'I'1 09050 when they think of The 14 to i2 trouncing they administered to Fergus Falls, once their arch al. This game renewed a rivalry which had been dead for six years, eezing weather, snow and a hard defeat featured-Moorhead's part in the dedication of Fargo High's new football dium where the Spuds went down under a barrage of passes and line plunges to a 26 to 7 score. But having a part dedicating Fargo's new stadium should have a heartening effect on the memory of that defeat. rning from the past to the present we find that elected to take the place of captain iso ably filled by Harvey Olich is yeari are co-captains, Collins Olmstead and David Panchott. Olmstead, a iunior, plays half back position and Pan- ott, also a iunior, holds down a guard post. vote of thanks is given to trainers Dave Wentzel and Tommy Hannaher for their fine work in helping the team with ir aches and pains and supplying water for their dry mouths. Tommy had quite a time at the Breck game when he fell the water iug and made "mince meat" out of his hand. serving much credit for turning out a tough hard driving team is A. C. Christopherson, head coach. Under his influ' ce the boys steadily improved and played better football each game. Nobley assisting him have been R. P. Sheffield, istant line coach, Magne Syvrud, second team coach, and Roy Domek, assistant back field coach. i 1 , l H Olich tackles Rothfrock as he makes the 1, Brenden catches winning touchdown pass in Fergus game. SECOND TEAM There is one group of boys playing football who in the past have never received much credit for their work, namely, th scrubs or the second team. This year the second team was exceptionally strong. During a few of the scrimmages th scrubs held out strongly against the first team and in some instances they have played better. This team is mostly com posed of underclassmen such as Monson, Melvey, Hennemen and Werre. The brunt of the attack, however was carrie by a handful of seniors. These seniors formed the nuclus of the squad keeping up the spirit and fight throughout the sea son. Melvey, a sophomore, was a stand-out in the line and proved himself so by winning a letter in football. Melve played tackle and played the position remarkably well. Garrity, a iunior, played next to Melvey at guard and these tw offered as much resistance as anyone wanted. Traveling down to Casselton the second team heavy underdogs, held Casselton to three touchdowns, and outplayed the during the whole game. This team, ably coached by Mugs Syvrud held the powerful Hawley eleven to 12 points as the lost 12 to O. Next year these boys will find themselves better suited for a varsity position and Christopherson, head coach, should fin a rugged and willing bunch of players from which to develop his squad. fifrst touchdown in Fa'rgo's new stadium. 'i11?"'11Z.'y V . ' -mf.tr,. V I. - , I! Y - 351, i ,x 2" n - as ff f"' .J -'-' 4 , . .. . .4 .. timvfxi f , , L f ., -- .. . K., 7 1, V ..., I AL. - . V .g . .. A, c,.f,,. ., ,.. . 4 LJ TRACK First Row: Harold Welch, Glenn Melvey, Lester Rygg, Donald Aldrich, Gordon Mon- son, Jack Christenson, Alton Olson. . Second Row! Bob Hennemen, David Pan- chott, Wally Solien, Richard Bennett, Ro- bert Westby, Harlan Aldrich. Third Row: Clarence Markegard,gHarvey Olich, Ralph Carlson, Garrit Ledeboer, Glen Tivig. SQUAD 0, 0 7? of W 6' , 42 W fQJX,l5x . rfxe. L- -,-, -f- N 'I N. ZIP! Q g .'f,1-,R -:ln if .,iK A- '- :ff -N N L rx A 5, ow , eeqd, A ,061 63,0 029 u S10 01 wwf fp, 6 YM www Is this the way, Coach? 07216. K' . qjll' The crucial moment. O. K. We're all set. The Winnah! F ,vt-2' 'gui' 1 l v Y' A -'75 f lf 1' 'n ml I ,V 'uf V 7 1' ,' I 4 ' 1 -f 32: e ' ij Q, q ' f ," A .. .fa V-' .,, ' 7 -.W 4. f7'ff9iI',5l: 1 il, I , ,, , Y, ,ul A ' 4 fl rf ' A , 11, mxhi, kg.,-V ,Ja A , -L if G.A.A. BUARD First Row: Lorraine Hellum, la Vero Carlson, Hel- en Simley, Corrine Froien, Beth Hopeman, Bettylou Zuehlsdorff, lmogene Holm. Second Row: Nell Chinn, Dorothy Jefferson, Lillah Olson, Phyllis Mouritson, Doris Grinaker, Virginia Frimanslund, Miss Mary Lou Whiton, Adviser. G. A. A. Offering a diversified program to the girls of the Senior High School, the girls' athletic association started the year with an election and initiation party. The following officers were elected: President .... NELLAVON CHINN Vice President DORIS GRINAKER Secretary . LILLAH OLSON Treasurer .... BETH HOPEMAN One cold windy fall day a hardy group of girls hiked to Goose- berry Mound. There fighting against the wind they enioyed a steak fry. This was repeated several times, Two skating parties at Island Park skating rink proved a great success, and with several spring hikes helped to round out the year's social activities. The sports' program of the year consisted of ping pong, badmin- ton, volley ball, basketball, kittenball, trackydeck tennis, shuffle board and several outdoor sports. Tournaments were held in the team sports and ping pong and badminton. G.A.A. emblems were awarded to those who had earned 500 points. INTRAMURAL Intramural council wtramural Council is composed of three members, one sopho- one iunior, one senior and two advisers. Their duty is to :te an interest of sports and to see that every student able part in some form of this intramural program. Boxing oxing, although it is not a new sport, it has been taken up mostly y the underclassmen. This should become a popular sport in time o come. Bob Hennemen, right and Dave Panchott, left, show how it's done. Badminton he badminton tournament this year was won by Harold Erickson ho defeated Eugene Carney, runner up. With sixty students par- icipating in this sport this year, a tournament was run on an elimination basis. Volley Ball volley ball tournament was represented by about thirteen e winning team was the "Gophers" captained by Dave The runners up were the "Hawkeyes" captained by Lyle Wrestling is also a new sport introduced by Mr. Domek this year. and Glen Fevig are applying the "tricks" on each Ping Pong Melvey, left and Lester Rygg, right, are displaying some of finer points of the ,game of ping pong. y Q fx !b k f,1 ' WV-1 XP 'J f"','0mNsC XM W 'I f, X, WALLY .SOLI EN LLOYD BRENDEN GORDON MONSON W1 Yiovrk 0Y'WVXk6o X rg Vfeqvre YN . - -g,-,Mb-1 -' ' ,x . AX, BASKETBALL yrymical may AW WWW jfE' ,wffhf mwjffw ,p,.137U'f !ZfZ?,j,,ffwfM I Us 52,8816 JL MELVEY 'Wai Il ly ' V ,Y JJ, : I Y-A 2,1 1, ...s.1f, v 170142, ge! 6' F' ,e fe' 5 e7u92!6xp 0-pl Z' JACK SCHEIDT 0 007126 SZQ? 2' 566 MR. ROY DOMEK, Coach 12,3 1 . . fl' 5 ffl .Aw ' COLLINS OLMSTEAD PAUL HANSON .rv 4 ?'5ffE27y A x 4 P xl fi IL 4 0" 5 xx,-.Q '-v- ,- r'- , .X . ' 1' ' F AQ., I bf' fsiiuls 'i 1 ' F- X I' 1 Q L' . . '5 ff !.. Hx 'O Q .en , gp vm pn 4 QQK ,g fl .xl .6 ,. 5 'rgvif Center: Roy Domek, coach. First Flow: Lyle Pltsenbarger, Glen Melvey, Jack Scheidt, Gordon Monson. Second Flow: Bob Litherland, Lloyd Brenden, Norman Erickson, Paul Hanson, Wally Solein, Collins Olmstead. Station CHO-KIO presents to you a resume of the T939-40 basketball season from a announcers view behind the microphone. The Junior High School gym lies in solitude, the noise and pep is gone, only The memories linger in those dark and shadowing corners. Still as we look a little closer we see the shoe marks which have pounded out many a thrilling game. Spreading out the Team angle here are This observer's thoughts of this year's squad seen from The radio booth: Forwards-Lyle Pitsenbarger, Wally Solien cmd Gordon Monson, Guards-Lloyd Bren- den, Bob Litherland, Glenn Melvey, Jack ScheidT,and Collins Olmstead. Centers-Paul Hanson, Bud Politiski and Norman Erickson. As we peek around our microphone we see the Thrilling encounter with Fergus Falls. Hanson and Brenden carried the brunt of the attack, collecting ll and 8 points respectively. Also in The Otter-Spud encounter, Wes Windmiller, stellar Otter guard, played his first game of The season because of football iniuries received inthe Spud vs Otter grid classic. As we go down the line we pick up the Moorhead-Detroit game and put a broad smile on our face for the Spuds beat the Lakers on the Laker floor to the tune of 24 to 22, the Detroit team being heavy favorites or should we say potential champs. The spuds also trounced Pelican, Barnesville and MS. T. C. Morhead had tough luck against Crosby lronton and Wadena although The Spuds outplayedthem they seemed to outscore The Spuds in the last quarter to give them The game. The Spuds made agood showing against Valley City and Staples get- ting beat by one or two points where being the verylowest underdogs should have been beaten by TO points. Still our boys are young, building up for future years which is a good idea on the part of our coach, Roy Dornek. Games with Fargo this year gave Fargo allthe games. Although the Spuds fought hard The bigger school had the best material and took the Spuds by a heavy score. Brenden was the heavy scorer for the Spuds this year with the total of HO points closely followed DISTRICT TUURNAMENT As we come to a close of our resume of our basketball season we remember The district Tourna- ment. Our team went into the district heavy underdogs, Considered only an even Chance of defeating Battle Lake in their fTrst game, they went on to win 37 fa 19, playing a brilliant brand of ball. The next night the Spuds took on The highly favored team of Fergus Falls and defeated Them, with a display of classy ball handling, 35 to 23. The following evening the Spuds played Detroit Lakes for The championship of this district. Detroit proved to have too much scoring punch and defeated them 30 To 22. During the tournament the Spuds played Championship basketball and deserve much credit. by Monson. Opp. Spuds 0 . S uds UDP- 5PUd5 Alumni 38 19 Xvnhpeton p 18 Fergus Falls 24 IQ I-Iuwley 17 16 Breckenridge 40 35 Fargo 39 10 Pelican Rapids 22 39 MSTC Hi 22 41 Detroit Lakes 22 Z4 Barnesville 24 35 Fergus Falls 38 31 VVahpeton 34 24 Fargo 29 21 Valley City 18 17 Thief River Falls 49 24 Minneapolis South 25 10 Wadena. 51 40 -- i- Staples 28 23 Crosby-Ironton 31 21 Fargo 47 17 Detroit Lakes 20 19 Total 598 490 L61fl r1'nffM""7-?N- .vii . ,-f L 4, 'zfvgl l First Row: Lorraine Barnes, Tommy Corcoran, Adeline Perman. Second Row: Shirley Quick, Lavera Carlson, Virginia Frimanslund. CHEER LEADERS We now turn our microphone to pick up a cheer from the Moorhead side oi the court. There they are, six peppy cheerleaders letting loose on the "sky rocket." The pep squad, consisting of Lorraine Barnes, Adeline Perman, Shirley Quick, Virginia Frimans- lund, LaVera Carlson and led by Captain Tommy Corcoran, has done a fine job of building up high spirits among Spud sport fans. 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'iq OUR DECLAM WINNERS 5- GUESS WHO? 6- HAPPY DAYS 7- THREE LITTLE A 8- COACH AND 9- FUTURE A, I MII 4 I.- GN' In , FEEDL NG 'THEIR FACES A xo NN ga .Rs V 3,71 ' Q11 ws FLAPPER ,j-'Z R. AND MRS. IS THE NAME TOAST TO EACH omefz- CLEANER-UPPER-S- lr, Bovss 1 lox O UR 1142150 T 1 IE 1- BETTY, WILLING, AND ABLE 2- COM'N! JUST ONE MORE BASKET sg I' ls That Oomph? Donald In 'E GIRLSL Did-d-i-e-s WE GO T0 MEET lag, THEM Yffig 5 Q LEE PHARMACY Mr. Lee and Doug Lar both registered pharmac h ' d th 't Fi I ave servnce is Cl y va the flnest medical household goods. MELBERG PRINTING COMPANY Note the expression of t faces as they read the on their report cards pri at the Melberg Prin Company. HUB CLOTHING STO Arnold Strom models on the many new spring f ions found at the Hub. NORTHERN SCHOOL SUPPLY COMPANY Arlene and Bethel many satisfied custome school supplies, bough the Northern School S Company. NORTHWEST BAKER For fresh pastry go t Northwest Bakery. CHRISTIES Meet me at Christies. BRIGGS FLORAL COMPANY Order your flowers fro Briggs Floral Company ZERVAS MEAT MAR Be thrifty and buy meats at the Zervas Market. BUD'S BARBER SHO For that special hair to Bud's Barber Shop VOLD'S DEPARTME STORE For style and econom Vold's Department St L l I. ' ' '-'fe--, '-fy- fl -f HOLLANDS CLEANERS COAST TO COAST STORE For efficient and dependable John Hansmann enjoys sell- cleanlng service, go to Hol- ing the quality merc andise Iand's Cleaners. at the Coast to Coast Store. WOLD'S DRUG STORE The soda fountain in WoId's Drug Store is popular aim- ong the Moorhead Hugh School students. L GROCERY rlene and Dorothy e Re Owl grocery fine quality foods. CITY MEAT MARKET better meat products at Twin Clty Meat Market. the Country Press do your printing at a low 'NTRY PRESS FARMER'S HOME GROCERY Here we see Mr. Diercks presiding at the 1940 Foot- ball Banquet where they en- joyed many delicious foods from the Farmer's Home Grocery. I HANSEWS CAFE EvENsoN s Fooo For dependable service go to STORE Hansen's Cafe with Clayton For the best quality fresh at the counter at all tmes fruits trade at Evenson's ready to serve you. Food store, S 81 S FOOD STORE Do like Donald and Harvey do: get abundant energy by eating quality foods at the right prices from the S. 8. S. WESTERN BOTTLING WORKS Here is shown the modern equipment used at the West- ern Bottlings Works Com- pany. MACKALL'S DRUG STORE Get prompt and efficient ser vice at MackalI's Drug Store MALVEY'S SERVICE STATION When Ethel, Joyce, and Patty run out of gas they will be sure to go to Mal- vey's Service Station where they get the most for their money. -Efjfzv, ,-fi-:av-.f-1.-, , . , .--L1 'v 5 4? . -'af - 1 Concordia college accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges as a degree granting in- stitution member of the Association of American Colleges, the National Lutheran Educational Conference and the Conference of Church Re- lated Colleges is now entering its 50th year of service in the north- i- GROSZ STUDIO west to those students who are in terested in the development of de finite spiritual and cultural values. College year opens Sept. l8, 1940. For catalog and other informa- tion write Dr. J. N. Brown, president Specializing in fine photography, Mr. Grosz, served as the official photo- grapher for the I94O CHO-KIO. .--X :J 1 4854 . v FJELSTAD HALL a " cnNcnnn1A EULLEG wifi! -L0 4 .- L .-...,,... 7 2 ARE YOU INTERESTED IN A FUL ACCREDITED CHRISTIAN LIBER ARTS COLLEGE? I MOORHEAD CITY WATER AND LIGHT PLANT 4 tt f L .i X .iii 'sf' X g g I Edgar E. Sharp ,yi N533 LAWYER lf, X' Class of 1896 "tif 59. V Moorhead, Minnesota i ' - 6 .li g Q . T x if ei ,poi Ge Dr. F. A. 'rr-IYSELL .4 ' A was Q00 - - And -- X 'll QS' Nia sxeflt DT. J. W. DUNCAN ' ft pt' A Q' Phono 3-0232 Wheeler Block , 1 -. - A T, . 331 f. .' gf oo X x C' X otezet O 0 o X X660 Q0 Qoboat' Hfy'wQw0a f?j Q7 ' ffifiwf QR wx 41 K ,bwgdfg Q, Aw ZZ 'Q fff JQ-,?'74li2,.01 :Q 2 QR 'fi 334 Ying 3'y5gf 27,4 MM ig X5 Xi JCE Q GSX six W5 ,f if j'?g6ffwmfMKf ,, j ,0g ff ,M fwp WM, M Qc MJ 1QMuW!fWWX,fLZC77 gc mfg 'D -74 C 3 W ffWW fx? 'ff Jw Mfffvf M ,M F7 F 5 WWW? 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