Moose Lake High School - Minicahda Yearbook (Moose Lake, MN)

 - Class of 1953

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A . , , A M ,, cme Manga l Yes t1me does change th1ngs There s qulte a dlfference between the h1gh school graduate and the scared flrst grader who wanders 1n to the huge ' school bu1ld1ng to tear fullyd1scoverh1mselflost1naroom ful of strangers Th1s huge bu1ld lng and these strangers somehow be come a second home and our best fr1ends The somehow 1S t1me At present lt seems 1mposs1ble that we could ever forget the names faces and "chuck f1lled" days w spent here but agam tlme changes thmgs andwedoforget Therefore we have put these days and people IU topr1nt and plctures to make up our 1953 M1n1cahda The memorxes of our school year 1952 53 1nclude the 50 per cent h1gh school faculty change the organ1z.a t1on of the Band Parents Club to help the band get new un1forms the brlght colors of our halls and class rooms plus the large o1l pa1nt1ngs IH each room our undefeated football team the mock natlonal electlon preceded bya sp1r1ted and very successful Re pubhc an Democrat Natxonal Conven tlon and campalgn the school or chestra the plans made for an add1 t1on to the school bu1ld1ng and flood llghts and bleachers on the athlet1c fleld We smlle as we remember the n1ght three Junlor boys dressed g1rls coats and head scarfs sweetly asked M1ss Grobe 1f they could please JOIHG A A typ1cal of the Junlors As We turn back the hands f t1me for you now we want you to l1ve the year agam as fully as we d1d 0 0 O X -4 1 .2 'TX .rf X ,R . z A 5 3: X Q ,I . 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The new practice of closer relat- ionships between the students and faculty has proven highly successful through her friendly and efficient leadership and advice, since she signed her MLHS contract five years ago. Her quick smile and fun-loving personality make the everlasting typing, shorthand, and bookkeeping drills much more pleasant tasks. ,V-,ywiw i ,fel 7' wma, ,fn y'w1 f a4 v1r?'Q,T'v f, ijxzfgeg to f rf-at W... e Y aff X O I In addition to her full teaching schedule, supervising the school paper and Minicahda productions, supplying students with ideas and suggestions for the many important school affairs, she has found time for romance which culminated in a beautiful and happy wedding last June. Her aim for constant improve- ment of our yearbook has won our school two first class ratings in national competition. Remembering all these qualities, it is the sincere and unanimous wish of the senior class of 1953 to dedicate our Minicahda to ........ 7704. Sugcae 5 was X 1 5 y ' L 2? f x ur ,Mfr ' 9, 3255 ,f A V WY' rf, 1 xx ,T Hg , V xl -.Q fq A , :L ZL',ff ' k ' 2. X . X .. 1 f . X X 'I My J ' D by , ,, , ,.5-fljisyk , . . ' 'wF7S.v'ikLiQgf.-mf wr 5 if 3' . f . f , X 7mm ,,,,.. X,-50 to 5:50 We Worry about tomorrow's English test, fret over uncompleted book- keeping sets, and argue heatedly on current events in social. At times some days seem amazingly shorty but others drag on endlessly. Sud- denly the six weeks is finished, and it's "report-card time" again. 770: 70c!Zcaw Dacia: We will always remember Mr Docken for his friendly hello when we met him in the hall and for his your attention please over the inter com This year he was elected to deqaela 77h6laqaw7s'-'mama Look who s driving that Model ' It's our principal Mr Hart man for you see, his hobby is col lecting old cars. Although Mr. Hart- man has been here for four years, this is his first year as principal. Under his guidance a parent-teacher consultation plan has been set up, resulting in closer co-operation be- tween school and horne. During his leisure hours, you can find him hunt- ing, skiing, or playing tennis. I 4--" i PM ifuff serve as chairman of the District Z5 superintendents He earned his B A at South Dakota State College and his M A at the University of Minnesota ,,,-'- ,--0-7 8 77014, Eugene "How are you going to type?" "Slowly." -- These words are part of the new typing method A introduced by Mrs. Zwlckey Also new IS an electr1c dlctaphone and a fllrng set that have made the sen1or stenographers better fltted for 0ff1CC pos1t1ons The book keepers ga1ned the1r practlcal exper1ence by keepmg books for dlffer ent typis of busmesses FUTURE SECRE'IARIEb Izlamc bortedahl and Norma Tenor lcarn how t use the duplrcator wtdefeoz' 770: Polar Qfaianun Mr I-Iokanson a graduate of Su of the blology class They also went per1or State Teacher s College on f1eld trlps to learn more about teaches everythmg from soclal studles trees and leaves He helped plan to Enghsh to b1OlOgy D1ssect1ng the orgamzat1on of the mock pres1 flsh was the most 1nterest1ng proJect dentlal electlon 31" QI RA ff FI5H WASN T so app umng to Donna Ronkamcn Lo1s Heyn Ronald Youngdahl and Erwm Jacobson after they frmsh d d1Sb ctmg them 9 E ' r V f N . . 5 T ' . .' If 1 6. . I, 4.- j'b-P ."1,1K- - . 0 lv 4' ' - 54 X ul ' 0 J if 4, 0 1 . , ' . - . I , . . y 4 is- ty y , xx I ' Q A A ,I I A 1 NJ, N " Q o lvl V N ,Kg 1 X Q , X l 0 ,X ,P Y I gf' f ,ff a 4 Tas . Z . . , , C. , . I I . , 1 . l y . , - e 'se ' . SPEECH CLASS members Shirley Erickson Elaine Peterson Barbara Carlson Louise Butkiewicz and Shirley Ha beck await Mr Midkiff s signal to begin reading the selection they will present in the Christmas program 770: 2046-47104445 Put alittle more expression into that scene' Such a statement could only come from Mr Midkiff our dramatics and speech teacher who also directed the Junior and sen ior class plays He taught English ll and 12. besides advising the Moose Call and the senior class In his lei sure hours Mr Midkiff finds time for his hobby interior decorating He is a graduate of Hamline Univer S1ty Although Miss Hermanson had only one class of sophomore English her day was completed by taking care of the library and reading stories to the grade students. In her spare time she enjoyed reading and playing the piano. She obtained her B.S. degree at the North Dakota Agricultural College and her library degree at the University of Minnesota. on wzewtaffeaoak me lb 44 'ffl 'via THE BASKETBALL rs the center of attenuon for E Zywrckr D Lurnby R Youngdahl J Sebald J Lehet R Kutsr and E Jacobson as D Wlcklund goes up for a lay up under Mr Basch s watchful eye Whyaakegued lf you don't belreve that blg thrngs can come rn small packages just look Charlre Basch's way He IS the prvot for all the athletrc act1v1t1es of our hrgh school Mr Basch was an outstandrng athlete of Concordra College Hrs determ1nat1on for per fectron has led our football and bas ketball teams through a terrrfrc year Teachrng world hrstory, dr1ver's trarnrng, socral studres, actmg as "B" squad basketball coach, and as srstlng the football coach kept Mr. Ross1 busy Under hrs gurdance the sen1or class has become more famrlrar wrth our system of government and 1tS functrons. He recerved hrs educatron at St Cloud Teacher's College, Col orado State Teacher's College, and Colorado State af C? A CURRENT EVENT day rn socral class N Johnson llstens at tenuvcly as V Nelson grves her report on South Afrrca 11 0 ' - Zoo f , -'x, ,z:,:,: ' V " H ,lyl - I ,ffm K? 2 s I f I4 ' A If . A V7 " . 5 V A C if a i - y E yf ,, . ,Q . S. . ' I D ty I p I y - y Q , l ly . 3 . y 6 ,aft sv-f'V ,libs .5 fax 94 iff 41 ,ms ws ff J-F hw its wwpikysw Q W if X M.-gw"aP"' -44 .3091 PHY ED classes prove to be most fun to Delores bippola Marlene Nordstrom soma Puntila and Shirley Weaver when they are playing soccer outside 'S ? EUROPEAN COUNTRIES are more realistic to Mollyn Lou Anderson and Phyllis Butkiewicz after locating them on the map. 12 7fzmz':.,..eeeagM4e Look1ng for an avid sports fan among the faculty? Who is more likely to be one than our girls phy ed teacher? Miss Grobe, who also teachers girls' health and science, enjoys every sport from skiing to tennis She also finds time to coach the cheer leaders and advise the G A A She had a great deal to do with the Moose Lake I-I1 C 77014 7,f4'L70'M6 P68504-6 Versions of baseball and other games help time pass much more quickly in Mrs. Penrose's geo- graphy class Art work done by her students has made her room noted for drawings and posters As if a week of teaching weren't enough, on weekends she plays for "Dry Nights" in Cloquet. She is a graduate of UMD. wide gy- IIU4 ' "fi"v. K'f,i'Vlg W1 '. QI u fg..,...J""" DlbTILLING WATER rs the experrment that IS bemg performed by Charles KenKn1ght Delmar Fmco Davld Vor 770: Wcdcmn 344:04 Mr Phelps 1S known as the wandermg mlnstrel of mathematlcs as he goes from room to room for h1s classes From Superlor State Teacher's College he learned methods of eras1ng the many puzzled ex'press1ons from the faces of those students who took advanced math, algebra and geometry Ex pemments added mterest and lrght on the subjects of chem1stry and phyS1CS 775:44 'Wan ?do-wan Th1s 15 M1ss Peterson's f1rst year of teachmg after graduatlng from Augsburg College She has found many ways to make the Jumor h1gh math classes more practlcal x.. for 1nstance, show1ng them how they can use math 1n the1r homes They comb1ned fun w1th the1r work by d011'1g P1'0b1e1'Y15 017 the black ADDING FRACTIONS on the blackboard looks easy to Junror b ard and havlng "math downs " hrgh math students Patsy Fetters and Alfred Henderson I 13 I I I , E I y W .X I , , If 4 A , M ' .lx - 2 K 'I I 1 .V K V! s , ' 'r f t A I , x , I rj I I ,! ,Kwok . y pahl, and Estelle Rengo. Pat Gay is recording the observations. . . I 1 , - 1 - ' . . . ,, ' X, 4 X? 'R . -' 'f M 'Q , g f 4 , H T' . . . . fx! .' n If K - . . . 1 'C 5 f O ' l A 3 y v 1 . ic.. amqaafyeotdaacw r V' 11. .17 Q. L... UNDFR MISS Hartwell s supervision Judy Hermann Joanne Ruhiluoma Jeanette Olson Muriel Brink and Kathryn Anderson try their skill at baking a cake ENGLISH ILLUSTRATIONS by Miss Wildasin prove a point for Donovan Lumby and David Olson 14 77044 Da-wtdq Wfaatwell Home Economics is so practical It taught us to be better homemakers to cook to sew to budget to plan color schemes to market, and to take care of children Even a touch of modeling was included at the fashion show Teaching did not keep Miss Hartwell away from her favorite sport, tennis. She attended the U. M D for two years,butwent on to finish at the University of Minnesota. Self assurance was acquired in the junior high English classes by giving book reports. Something un- usual in Miss Wildasin's straight English schedule was the teaching of current events once a week to her 9th grade class. The writing of ad- venture stories in that class uncov- ered some hidden talent. Miss Wild- asin was never too busy at Macal- ester College to find time for skiing. m THE DO 5 AND don ts ofa band saw are being explained to D Bryant P Farrell and J Lehet by Mr Lehner as M Miller works busily at the scroll saw 770: lyk lehm Billfolds tables, and lamps were a few of the many products of Mr Lehner's industrial arts classes Even the girls and adults learned how to make them in the special courses provided Hockey added variety to his schedule as he was in charge of this sport His experience and train uma.. ing were received at the University of Minnesota 776: famed .imma If you ever happened to pass the music room at noon, you would have seen the band practicing diligently Mr. Larson, who was in charge also directed the choir and taught the grade youngsters how to count notes and read music. Teaching music ap- preciation and giving private lessons helped fill his daily schedule. H also is working for his master s de- gree at the Univer sity of Minnesota PLAYING A piccolo and a saxaphone seems amusing to S. Newbloom and I. Johnson. Even Mr. Larson has to chuckle 15 'SF-Q rw FARM 5HOP students Russell Malo Roger Maygren Arvrd Miller and David Hultberg learn that they must sharpen saws and frles often to keep them rn good condrtlon 770: gdwd4dS Mr Schwochert our agriculture teacher has added something new to his senior classes this year They now have two consecutive hours of Farm Shop during which they make trips to various homes where they learn how to farm by doing actual Jobs He advises the activities of the F F A and has built it up to seventy members Last summer Mr Schwochert attended the Cloquet School of Forestry cmdpfmatcce CASTING BALLOTS at the mock election booth are M. Buck andJ with B. Carlson. L. Butkiewicz, and B. Obraske distributing ballots. 7666504604 November 4 - at 4 I xl . 5 A Q k"'1tv-M M 'Q . Hempel the day we voted for President. Votingwas held all day between classes and during study halls. The Democratic and Re- publican candidates for Senator and Re- presentative were also included in the ballot. The result failed to forecast the national results as all the Democrats won here. ,- 1-lf: vi Left toright Mr Paul Ebel clerk Mr Harry Mamak Mr Elw1r1Sar1 lerme Jones dahl Mr Roy Warloe treasurer Mr lwilllamla Dockcn Mr Laurie Waisarien Mr Ero Kutsi chairman Saba! gmac! The unseen 'back bone" that runs the school so efficiently is the school board This year they have voted on securing lights for our football field and have made tentative plans for enlarging the school 0605 7eae4ew In observance of American Education Week, the elementary pupils had a parade through town some thing completely new this year. Also new is a playground patrol of fifth and sixth grade boys, organized to help prevent injuries at play. Their traffic patrol is familiar to all of us. lene Manila. Along with her dut1es as secretary to Mr Docken Jerine Jones was made official treasurer of the school Although she was kept busy, she still had time to help us get supplies or hot lunch tickets Standing: Mrs.Ella Grace, Mrs. Ann Grimstedt, Mrs.Gcorgirie Dudgeon, Seat- ed: Mrs.Mabel Kjarum, Mrs.Gerhard Oltmanns, Miss Inez Johnson, Miss Mar- ,,r ' z - Z Y' ,, 5 4 2451 V a, ,,1',:-.: ,1 V , . Hee i -VS J1, W QQ' Q f if ,fr 5 film V M' .11 'W T ,ffgzf 457 1 H ., fd V. ,,,, ,f ,,,3l,gf,,f,,4, f wwe: 11 'ff' V 55231, - ' he , Qggflifi. 1,fg3pf,1f g, ui, , ' .W 3, '2L3'L1'L3QM W, f, , LQ gx ,4, r' 2 ? , ' 5 W L, ' ii Swcefsi ' ,. ' -Wa' , ,bah ' QE. sj-' X X Qu. 9' I I 1606 The days raced by faster than the second hand on a clock. Yesterday we, as seventh graders, thought of graduation as a far-off dream. But before we realized it, our senior year was upon us, and time was slipping through our fingers like sand. Weeks flashed by much too fast, and sudden- ly it was time for graduation. M,afaA.J fzf 'J BOOKKEEPING ISN T so drffrcult when two heads are put to gether at least that s Thea Hoppe s and Dorotny Eller s oprn CONRAD BERG Dependable class presrdent twlce plays the accordron Mrnrcahda school orchestra jr classplay sr class play class offrcer Projector Club I-lomecomrngattendanr Boys State Scr ence Club student councll presrdent DOROTHY ELLER Bubblrng over wrth mrrth and secrets actrve rn band and chorr plans to go to Brble School Mrnrcahda band chorr MAXINE BUCK Always smrlrng good soprano helpful rn class actrvrtres Mrnrcahda Moose Call CameraC1u A A Lrhrary Club chorr 1 class play l s p ay Scre ce Club , . . g 3 . C - I I s I 1 I I .Q l I I 1 , . . . . . Q 3 . 4 x . . Ui ' ' ' . C ' I f Qt X.. .." ', - ,t Qxx".'. 4 rl' , x I 1' ' Y C' . 1 ' .IV ,V ' ' ., , Y x V N117 :I N .N , N: L '. ll. K, I? Lv ,lx .xr .I x. I ,' ' ' 1' .' 1 x N ,I , V t T X K Y X I' " ,i w' f fl . . N . - Q I 9 - . -9 : : I- 1 I - - v ' J 1 X , In Ol u I n P Q I ' I ' 2 . - 1 jf. 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'D 'f7'4.,' 2 Q I - Q ' 4 ll 9 A I A I 0 ll - . g 3 . . .g I - Q - 2 ' Q ' , ' .V . 7 LEE ELL1 A fx Collects records tar athlete btg tease Football basketball track sr class play M1H1 cahda Homecomrng krng I LJ A if u J GLORIA DAVIDSON Our blushtng blonde works rn the hosprtal plays clarrnet solos rn band Moose Call CameraC1ub band chorr Jr class play cheer leadrng SHIRLEY ERICKSON Petrte good drsposrtron lrkes to play bas ketball Mrnrcahda Moose Call G A A chorr Jr class play sr class play Homecom mg attendant Homecomrng queen 20 6 0461 7mm Wcffq Q' 7? ,rd,.:L-----',J"' MJ,-, -,..aJ--- -.,,,.a-L--4-""'.d""-l SENIOR AGRICULTURE students Donald ESklll'l and Robert Folstad learn how to rdentrfy varlous kmds of gram by ex amlnlng them closely in DONALD ESKURI Quret enJoys huntrng and frslung wants to be a truck drlver F F A fi ROBERT FOSTAD Doesn t get exclted easrly spends a lot of h1s spare mme huntmg plans a future rn farmmg F F A Proyector Club ap MQWWA Jfyfi-H W' ,M 4, J, if if Ml Fllrtatlous neat llkes to dance and wute letters M1n1cahda Moose Call Camera Club G A A Lrbrary Club Chou lvlaJorette Sr Class Play Homecomlng attendant I We KENNETH GAY CASEY " jf? Transfer from Mllow Rrver 4 outstandmg rn everythlng from bookkeeplng to baseball M1 mcahda Sr Class Play Football Basketball Baseball DELMAR FINCO Apparently quret but only apparently schemes w1thCasey seems to prefer scrence and math F F A Pro1ector Club Football Baseball PATRICIA GAY Efflclent belleves ln varrety loves to dance Mrnrcahdaedrtor Moose Call Camera Club G A A Band Ir Class Play Sr Class Play Class Offrcer I-lomecommg attendant Scrence Club 21 , ff ' yy 'F ' . f F L AQ- , ,av '. - - 4 I - ur ' S F . . . W I A v A . , I . L V , I 'v 0 ' 7 A I yr, 8' ' ' ' , r V, - ' U' : 1 5 ' 9 gp . . .3 D 3 3 3 . ,fm , 5 'V , 4, . . I ' ' . .- , ' 3 - 2 1 9 s o Ll 0 , ' A 6- : ' : ' ' ' ' ' 1 6 NO LADDER rs needed by Norman Johnson as he and Janet Wlcklund put up the postershowrngthat Mmrcahda sales have reached a record breakrng number Tl-IEA HOPPE Deep brown eyes qu1et enjoys photography Camera Club CTI" IANICE JOHNSON Spmted our Aunt Olga hobbres are drawlng and solo dancrng Mrnrcahda Moose Call G A frcer ma1orette DAVID HULTBERG Earnest comlcal when you get to know hrm future undecrded F F A sr class play football basketball track is .fi x, NORMAN JOHNSON The tallest wlth us srnce frrst grade wants to study at Dunwoody Instltute Mrmcahda band Jr class play properues football basketball track riilf aff s xddasou S Whufe colormg smgs duets wlth her letters Mmrcahda Moose Call o r s play propertres ROBERT JONES Outstandrng rn F F A Jrmmy John se composed F F A presxdent Jr class play class offrcer baseball track hockey bl Pm IU 1'-rg! .lm,aun. vt- ,Wil ,T A l,v, 0 pi 'Jw I - . - I I C? -wi IT L A rt.l m y ffl? lr ? . , .. . . 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' -tg" K 7 I 1'N P 22? ,,- ' ' ".. lf- lx l 22 Neat good natured gorng steady Ltbrary Club chotr GRADUATION CARDS have arrxved and Helen Larne and Charles Kenlintght are wastmg no trme tn exchangrng them HELEN KEINANEN MYRTLE KUHLMAN Usually seen whrspermg or grgglrng w1th Helen K auburn harr plans to work 1n an offtce Chou N cv X""4"-'-SJR L21 ,Rf ffls we full-all Xml? wA?MTY,Wr MAC wk 'dz' CHARLES KENIXN GHT JA-JJ--.X Studrous amateur photographer rntere SY P cahda Moose Call Camera Club band chorr declam C' HELEN LAINE Golden blonde ltkes country mustc wants to be a recepttonrst ln doctor s offtce Moose Call sr class play properttes JOANNE KONU Quret but not exactly hobby IS developtng ptctures future undecrded Mrnrcahda Moose Call Camera Club G A A. chorr RUSSELL MAKI Kettle Rrverrte drmples has played hockey for several seasons F F A ProJectorClub base ball Hockey Z3 , .. - .. - : ' - 4' . I A W! Lil . ' ,, Co L. ' - ' ' ,V J.: , . ' r , , ., ,aes w f - f -s.. ,,-fy-L I ' I A' N -X ,ut . x, X ' I . , X Y ' science, theolo , and olitics. F.F.A.g Mini- : s 1 : : 0 H R N. . .. .. , . ' ' ,"' n - 1 C .f I . . . I . . V, . A ,f A . . . , - 1 ' ' 7 X 'gb ' ., ,V y 1. - f I' Q ,' A 1 J, 'If 1 4 1 fl, Y Crt SCHOOL ORCHESTRA practrce f1nds Garl Peterson trytnga new versron of lVh1SD6l'll'lg on the prano and Larry Nordstrom and Bebe Obraske worklng rn therr parts 40' f K' fm. ROGER MAYGREN Quret tall would have been good ln base ball rf he d partrcrpated F F A Projector Club VERNA NELSON Strrkrngly dark eyebrows wtllrng worker conscrenuous Mrmcahda Moose Call G A A band sr class play ARVID MILLER Interested rn anythrng to do wtth horses likes to draw prn setter F F A LARRY NORDSTROM Heads the orchestra lead trombone rn band partrmegrocery boy F F A band school orchestra chotr sr class play trcket sales SHIRLEY NEWBLOOM TINNIE Srncere grggles part trrne telephone operator Moose Call G A A chorr B team cheerleader ALBERTA OBRASKE BEBE Determrned artrsttcally 1ncl1ned lrkes hrllbrlly mustc Mrnrcahda Moose Call Cam era Club G A A school orchestra chotr Scrence Club sr class play xcbstumes class offrcer student councrl - A , l ' ' I . . . .5 I S. . N, 5 Q "ic 1 . . . 4 . . . . " A . . i ' . ' , footballg basketballgutrack. ' ' V U 5 . - t n . ri . K J , ' j X. .Y r 4 H ,XX Rt ,N . Q Q ' I , . - ,J ' , 1 gy 'Xi ' G A A fx ' t 2+ I e at tame iff 'Ev' 5 na.. ' 'A - ' fl., K. f U21 if SADIE HAWKINS week rs put rnto effect by Conrad Berg Pres and Davrd Vorpahl V Pres Sec Treas carry their books to and from classes as they make Pat Gay BARBARA PASEK Well groomed made a dramatxc entrance rnyumor classplay good dancer Mlnrcahda Moose Call Camera Club Jr class play sr class play C chorr make up assrstant DELORES RIIHILUOMA Carefree doesn t take thrngs ser ly mrssesadance Muucahda M ose rn era Club chorr Jr class la class lay make up assr ml PE Mrscluevou tcallywnted lways late Mrmcahda Moose ll Camera Club G A A L1braryGlub band Xsch Lorchestra freer decl Mglomecggf gf terylantj 'l'9'v 'YQ 1-f6E5A'LD LHNDAI-lk Q... CQ, edt r qPMoe!se Cblll Vpla s first clarrnet rn ba Cl l y dten Nhmca da Moose Call Czomera Gig band Jr class play prfiperfies student Cdun sr class play stage manager class ffrcer Proyeutor Club Ser eryse Clutr x 4 ESTELLE RENGO Soft spoken wttty ambmon rs to be a nurse Mtnrcahda Moose Call Student coun cxl class offrcer sr class play prompter Grrls State 1- fv- THEODORE SHUSTA Polka krng curly harr self contarned F F A football track 25 r ' A 3 xi I ts r r To . ' Wx ,ms I i . ' 1 ' X 7 . ff , n if ' ,Z I f I 1. X ' f ll. v ' I ,Q , -4 1 ' 1 J' , 'qi ' -1,1 J rfj. 1, 'N 1' , ' f., ' . ' V 'J I -1 f flu ' v I - - r I 'W r f f . , A I ' h , ' fro", , I . . . .Y lf' I1 . ' -1 B . ., . I ' I it 'V ,X K : v 9 '- ' 1 - ,6- . , . X ,rf 'W A . . . ' ' ' s , r ' - ' ' 1 : H : ' 3 '- D D C' - r N 3.0 ' I 1 S ' xx. X . ON ' f f 9 . . 1 E f , choirg class ayg lsr. c:,k5ss'g?a9yp class of: ff ,,,,,,,m ' A g ., rn Q. A' t Q' Q A ' ' .. 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I xx " ' , ' . n ' -an 'f MAKE UP APPLIED by Barbara Pasek transforms Maxrne Buck 1nto Aunt Hester for the The Inner Wrlly 137' ff A1 Mu If we Q41 ,LA DAVID VORPA HL Odd sense ofhumor Kansas ambluon IS to be a doctor Jr class play class offrcer declam Homecomrng attendant football basketball track ELAINE SORTEDAHL Sort has a large collectron of sheet mustc accomplrshed pranrst Moose Call school or chestra cholr Jr class play cheerleading PAUL WAGGONER Composed comedran good skater Sandstone game put hrm on crutches Band chorr football basketball track NORMA TENOR Surprrsrngly mrschrevous where Janet IS there s Norma wlll be a secretary Mlnrcahda Moose Call Jr class play makeup asslstant 1ANl:T WICKLUND Peaches has a grft for saytng the unexpected enjoys letter wrrtrng and flshlng Mrmcahda Moose Call Llbrary Club Jr class play make up assrstant ag!! 26 I? Busy busy Jumors therr many actrvrtres rn cluded sellrng popcorn at games planmng home comrng and engxneerrng the prom and banquet the blg socxal event of the year After the homecomrng parade we found out that they had won the contest w1ththe1r float that had the slo gan Champs or Bust Somethrng new was added thrs year when they held court for the vlolators of Sadre Hawkrns Week In athletrcs they were outstandrng Nmeteen of the twenty erghtboys IH classpartrcrpated mba etball football hock ey and baseball I A LIL Abner Week offender T Anderson V Pres suffers asS Habeck Pres B Carlson Secy andN Elrason Treas get revenge for Sadre Hawkms Week lust S gifs slats t QRO I R Anderson T Elerson kms Barqurst Buck sen Manty Matyas ROW IV Mrller Mohelsky Nel BUIRICWICZ Carlson Chrlds Davrdson ROW II East son Okronglxs E Peterson Gaylon Peterson Glenda man C Eckman I Eckman Ellason Ftllpiak Frohrlp Peterson T Peterson Ptonk ROWV Portrnen Rleff Habeck Hultberg Johnson ROW III Jurek Lampr Schmldt Stemeke ISuchosk1 M Suchoskr Tomczak Donna Lemo Donald Lelno Lmdholm Mackey Mad Woollett NOT PICTURED Illrkamnen Nlkkola AF 77 .. .h 1 ',, . U ' . .' . . ' - 1 4 . Sf, - r I. , . I . I - f ' N 1 JI 1 A K. I s , A T. Y , , id t .. ,. I , . ,n.,I. A, .' , . 15 I p .s Us L11 ls . 0 ' - 6 . ' 0 , M lf - W f A 5 Q H . ' ' I QM I I '3 I . I , rg 1. 'I A " X , rl 4 W ' I 5 I 3 2 1 51 ,XXX If S 4.5-. 1 ROWI Berset Bradford N1 Brrnk R Bunk Bryant Car mga Cartford Dahlmeter Halverson ROW lI Hayes Hcmpel Hennagcr Hcyn Jacobson B J Johnson B M Johnson M Johnson Jungers ROW lll Jurek KenKn1ght Kobus Koecher Korhonen Kutst Lake Layon Lehet ROW IV Lumby Mackey McKee Nordstrom Olson Paulson Puntrla Roberts Ronkanten ROWV Rowe Sebald Shel ton Shusta Srlampa Slppola Skog Street Sobczak ROW V Steen Thoen Waldow Walzak Weaver Wrcklund Wrlson Vorpahl Youngdahl ROW VII D Zywrckr E Zy wrckr R Johnson Klose NOT PICTURED G Johnson Mc Leer Mtller acwefcmd 6 . The sophomores are proud of the fact that they have the largest percentage of members m the band "No matter how We play, we can beat Barnum any old day." That was the theme of therr float 1n the Homecommg parade Then' "so cral debut" came at the Juruor seruor banquet, where they Served. THL "CHARLESTON" 1sn't so easy forl Lake Sec as tt ts for S Steen, V Pres , and B J Bradford, Pres 28 'A rtt ' ' l A . X V V 2 f ,uv n P rx Kr V 9 q t Q W' , 1 41: I Win ,Wiz fr,,f We , . af ,B Ntt' A L L S f ro ,, as ' ve 2 - lf L 4 .1 A .Lydia W I I- 'rx R V t X " 11 L - .Q si-if V"' Q, Q .' ' W '93 2 ' -C ' If 5 . ' , , V 66 xl ' s My '4'lf 'fu ' . . V R H ,,,V,,, , t YT 2, v V, eff p ,'s' at f . 'W 2 pf 'f ' S X4 ' xv L r Y ' iii We 7 , . QV ,, .. J , L L Q t ' L yd v . L f 1 v L 3 tts 2 i- A , M y, 1, he V " 'X' I H- 'J " 3 rsr' Y .f , r W2fr'fM"'sf I 5 I 7 4. V . , , A . 1, . , , - M sf . 1 P4 , ' - - ' - - - 1,, 1 I , I ' V i Y ' . After the freshmen had organized and elected officers, their first class activity was to make a Homecoming float They chose Million Dollar Team' for their theme Twelve mem bers represented them in band and they were all proud of the five B team cheerleaders that also came from their class FRESI-IMEN OFFICERS B Jurek Sec Dorothy Peter son Pres and P Redenbaugh V Pres drscussa ?zo44 E 5 in L G-an L4 I I x if fl ROWI D Almquist L Almquist E Ander son N Anderson S Anderson ROW II Bahr Berg Berghs Bradford Dahlen ROW III Ebel Eliason Filrpiak Gay Greske Hallgren J Hal verson K Halverson Hill ROW IV Hoppe Wm Johnson Winifred Johnson M Iurek B Jurek Koecher Kolodge Konu Lawson ROW V Lewis Losensky Manty Mattson New bloom Ixiebolte Norman Peters C Peterson ROW VI Dorothy Peterson M Peterson W Peterson A Pionk D Pionk Redenbaugh Sar Vela Siiro Shelton ROW VII Sippola Sisco Sobczak Stoddard Troutner Winchester Wo rum Youngdahl Diane Peterson NOT PIC TURED A Heyn L Heyn Maata V Manty aa' 3X1 Q , F It H , . V l ' J I fz M, Q Y I Y I I ' I 0 - "" : , . , . A I I 1 - 1 - v I 1 I - I Y K ' ' ' : , ' ' P l ' I at' ' ' U ' - i . fx, , w ' : . . . , . . . s ft: Ty 'lf ' A A if , 'Aff 5 'QQ ,M 2, , Z7 , V 2 S , UH. K!! QRS' .S f xx .D U 5 A , I , W ,, 5 f . "J ' - . ' .I . - , I ' ' .f 1 I 1 4 4 H M l T , I 1 ' ,r,r I 2 ' y I ' 3' ' 3 4' ' ' I If 4 ' Q 7 5' fl If 'ii , '52 I E' - ' fx? X C , ' I A f ' r l 'T . v I A 5' I K a " 1 f I I --9 . l Y' ' - ' 5 Q 'Z r 6 I f fr - , if E' ' ' -I 3 Vt L. A ' . .. x r.4. ' li?-'Q by f 'r ' I . - I' - .,. , ,- ,' , f I '-- - O- r ' .a -f ' 4 0 ' In . ,I 5 , ,V or y it y ' 4 1: p ls 1 r L E kt. L - F I - - lx :' 9 Q, . ,. ' 4 ' ' ' ' 5 ,r ' I , ' , I I f x ' , 'VA ,- it 1-is!!!- FN 'Fw ROWI Dennrs Anderson Duane Anderson J Anderson Marcra Ander son Mollyn Anderson Antrlla C Buetow H Buetow Bunk ROW II Bryant Butkrewlcz Chtlds Davrdson Farrell Folz Gallrmore I-Iam ln I-lennager ROW III Hennes H111 Hufford J Johnson L John son Marrlyn Johnson Marlowe Johnson W Johnson Jurek ROW IV Karulak Kauppr KenKn1ght Krehl Kjarum Kolodge E Korhonen J Korhonen Kuhlman ROWV Lehet Losensky Lumby Marquette Mxller Nelson Olson G Sarvela J Sarvela ROW VI Schmtdt Sob czak Thompson ROW VII Troutner Wold Worum NOT PICTURED ma ' In everythrng from G.A.A. and band to Boy Scouts and H1 C, you wrll fmd that the future freshmen are very actxve SusanCh1lds and Penny Hamlrn even won the I-lalloweenwmdow parntrng contest Late last fall, Marlowe Johnson, Arlene Davrdson, and Joyce Johnson were selected as mayorettes to lead the band and to perform durrng the halftrme Buck Klern Rowe Snro Srltanen WCSIIH CHRISTMAS PARTY plans are bemg made byN Nelson, Pres J Johnson, V Pres , and M Johnson, Secretary 30 Tryrng to frnd someone to draw a cartoon for you'7 Look IH the seventh grade for they ve been drawtng car toons to rllustrate current events They also showed thelr artrsttc abtlxty when they made posters to decorate the downtown stores Janet Leonard a new student from Alas ka made therr year more xnteresung by QIVIHS a talk on her former home DESTINATION SKATING rrnk IS the slogan that grves Ruhrluoma Pres Jurek Vlaldow and Ander son a break from thetr dutxes as offrcers ROWI Kathryn Anderson Kenneth Anderson ROW II L Anderson Boardman Bunk Carlson Doran Errckson N Fetters P Fetters Flnco ROW III Fltch Gay Glasner Gunderson I-Iagford Henderson Herman Heyn H111 ROW IV I-llmango Hoppe A Johnson M Johnson I Iurek I Iurek Karulak Kasden Kaspszak ROW X f 31 IV Koecher Koskey Leonard L1l1ander Lumpuo Maryland Mxchalskr Mohel sky J Nelson ROW VI N Nelson Nxebolte Olson Paulson D Peterson E Peterson Portrnen Punt1la Radel ROW VII Redenbaugh Ruhlluoma Ronkalnen Schmxdt Sundby Waldow Weber I Woltysrak M Wojtrsrak NOT PICTURED I-I Larson I Larson Norman Rarha I . . . F . , . ' ' 4 . . , - - ' I I ' " ' . V - . -. . , 1 . . : . . . . . , - . - , . : , . , , , , . - 1 , . Y I , I . . , . , .. ' ,. - . Q," 1 n n v I 1 1 1 - f I - - 1 1 - - - - 1 X in , , . . , , . Z' in sl 1 ii 3 . 4 ff A f -A - Q f . 7 ' , I I D . h , 1 ,A I I -1 1 ,- ..- . ..--no-.,,,,,W gf Q ww..- -. M , :sis O T 'R QA K ,,, . ,Zi 1 I 7mm ..., wgame 7auwmw,zm44mup4W,,gw,wa.m t4ed4g4t4e7lKoauQllc4meoudofza16enwe wneaacldvgtomectadeadldneaatleaaaaal, ffdtlaaglazzweeleofplaqudeawalwaaded W, ff wwf fm ww iff' ww opazdagaigltlefouwefnewctaadnalckgaa ualdyetiaftywadaatdonwaceomdngcloauaad clean. smf,g4m,a.wfg.eaw4z The music of these organizations was a hi-light at many of our pro- grams. The Christmas program, given by this department, refreshed the true meaning of the holiday in our minds with songs by the glee club and choir and the selection, "The Christmas Story," by the speech choir and band. Representatives of all three groups were given the honor of attending the All-Star Band and Choir Concert. Our band is still growing so much that many of its 63 members have had to go without uniforms, but new ones are expected for next year. The piccolo and oboe were added this year to increase the variety of instruxrients. Talent makes itself known in this big group, too, as Lois Korhonen and Marlene Johnson have become quite popular for their saxophone duets. Both the choir and glee club have done their part in spread- ing happiness by singing at the State Hospital. The choir has had the privilege of singing to a larger audience through their appear- ance on WKLK, 1 'li ll Ax X-I l ROW I: Miller, M. Anderson, D. Sippola, Marquette, Kiehl, S Brink, Suchoski, Akins, L. Johnson, Steen, Bahr, Almquist, Kutsi Waldow, James Lehet, Wicklund, Nordstrom. ROW IV: J. And- Nelson. ROW V: Mr. Larson, John Lehet, L. Brink, Olson, Lake Gail Peterson. ROW If Steen,Childs,Carlson, Kuhlman,Miller, Davidson, Walczak. ROW II: Gail Peterson, Hayes, Olson, Rowe, Akins, Brink, Thoen, Shusta. ROW III: B. Johnson, J. Johnson, Nordstrom, Hempel, Weaver, Jacobson, Waldow, Kenlinight. ROW IV: Iva Buck, Puntila, Cartford, Eastman, Rieff, Nelson, Wilson, Obraske, Eller, Konu, Mr. Lar- SOD. kr l mg l, l I l 3 4 Ch11d,s Marrlyn Johnson Glenda Peterson B J Bradford Jungers ROW II Sandahl Dav1dson Gay Walczak M ROW III Redenbaugh E Anderson Haml1n Peters D Peterson Eller Nelson P Ch1lds R Johnson Weaver erson KJarum Srsco P Bradford Korhonen Marlene Johnson C KenKn1ght J Srppola S Anderson Cartford R Eastman Wxlson Jacobson L KenKn1ght Marlowe Johnson A Davldson Hayes Jamce Johnson Joyce Johnson 4614 tm ROWI Buck Obraske Eller Mlller Konu ROW II Heyn Hayes Carlson Kuhlrnan Davrdson ROW III Chtlds Olson Rowe Akrns Walczak ROW IV Peterson Nord strom B Johnson Thoen Shusta ROWV Mr Larson JJohnson Puntrla l-lempel Weaver Brrnk G 35 The F.F.A. boasts of having the most members of any club in the school. The 62. members give re- ports on bettering the home and the farm, and on getting more people interested in farming. These boys entered both dis- trict and state competition and whether or not they won a trophy will be announced later. This year for the first time, they gave an award to the senior in F.F.A. who had shown outstand- ing qualities of leadership, citi- zenship, scholarship, and who had taken part in the most extra- curricular activities. Their money-making machine, one which we all enjoyed, is the pop machine in the basement. F.F.A. officers, left to right: MI. Schwochert, advisor: Jones, pres.: Brink, Kenlinightg Suchoskip Leino. 7. 7.14, ' ROW I1 A. Miller, Hultberg, Schmidt, Maki, Wilson, Suchoski, Okronglis, A. Filipiak, B. Johnson. ROW II: L. Almquist, Skog, Hill, Eliason, D. Almquist, Hoppe, Norman, Heyn, Puntila, Jones. ROW III: Tomczak, Street, Mohelsky, Illikainen, Dahlen, Gay, Siiro, Konu, Mattson, Lawson. ROW IV: KenKnight, Eskuri, Folstad, Lampi, J. Halverson, Manty, Newbloom, J. Kolodge, N. Anderson, Leino, Mr. Schwochert. ROW V: D. Zywicki, Maata. W. Filipiak, Silampa, Mackey, Waldow, L. Miller, Maygren, E. Zywicki, Paulson, Brink. ROW VI: R. Halverson, D. Sobczak, Portinen, C. Eckman,Nordstrom,F. Jurek, Shusta, R. Johnson, J. Jurek, Ebel, R. Anderson, J. Eckman. iii 36 'hifi Nm lf you smell delightful aromas coming from downstairs it S probably the F H A popping corn for one of the games or having one of their dinner meetings This club consists of 36 girls with Miss Hartwell our new home economics teacher as their ad- visor. The party that they will - member the longest was their Christmas skating party with the F.F.A. The next day the kids had aching bones and many "black and blue" marks, but they all agreed that it was a lot of fun. They met other "future home- makers" at a conference at Isle, Minnesota. They also voted to send delegates to the State Meet- ing, but they had not been select- ed when this section of the year- book went to press. ROWI Roberts Walc zak Heyn Steen E Peterson Sobczak ROW II Shelton W Johnson Thoen Doro thy Peterson J Manty Lelno ROW III Miss Hartwell Troutner M Peterson Butluewicz Peters Berg Sarvela ROW IV Brink Hem pel Shusta Berghs P Manty Jurek Diane Peterson ROW V Nordstrom Dahlmerer B Johnson Buck Hen nager Punttla Rjohn son 77,4 at FH A officers ROWI Heyn Lemo pres Manty ROW II Walczak v pres Butklewrcz Johnson treas Dahlmeier "The Inner Willy" did it! It drew the biggest crowd ever to come to a senior class play in Moose Lake. To the stage came Conrad playing the part of Willy, the timid little boy dominated by his aunts: and Tucky, portraying "ln- ner Willy," brought down the roof with laughter. Shirley as Marybelle, and Gail as Carol, played the women in Willy's life, and with Maxine, Pat, and Janice as Willy's three aunts, the play was terrific. CAST Willy ........... Conrad Berg Inner Willy . . . . . . Tucky Ellis Aunt Hester . . . . . . Maxine Buck Aunt Louise . . . . . . Pat Gay Aunt Olga . . . . Janice Johnson Marybelle .... . . . Shirley Erickson Carol Martin ...... Gail Peterson Mike ........... David Hultberg Stanley . ........ Casey Gay Janet Marshall ..... Verna Nelson Trudy Marshall .... Joan Fetters TOP: WILL HUGS the pillow for protect- tion as Inner Willy tells him, "You're not any more sick than I am." BOTTOM: THE CAUSE OF the pained expressions on Willy's and Marybelle's faces is that Willy has to take her to the graduation dance. 'Vance 70' " INNER WILLY smiles triumphantly at the success of his plans for Willy and Carol. Aunt Olga and Aunt Hester look on proudly while Aunt Louise seems disappointed because Willy is not taking the pearl-topped cane. Wu Q Mmm S , 3 Worocon mmtpffff 9,4 CAMERA CLUB offrcers Manty Pres Pasek and Lemo make frrst preparatrons for commg photography contest That s1gn on the dark om door wrth 'Keep Out" scrawled across lt 1n b1g black letters could only mean one thmg some member of the Camera Club was developmg a f1lm or makmg enlargements and prrnts aga1n One of the thmgs that few of the members w1ll forget 1S the smell of hypo and developer the smell that was nearly 1mposs1ble to wash out'! Th1s year the Camera Club met every other Monday n1ght and w1th the ass1stance of Mr Phelps then' adv1sor they made and sold Chrrstmas cards to parents and facul ty One of the h1gh po1nts for the Camera Club was the1r sponsor1ng of the photography contest as part of a nat1onw1de contest The wmner whose name w1ll appear 1n the school 11fe sect1on was selected from other entr1es by students 1n grades9 12 and presented w1th a prrze ROWI Lemo Ronkamen Manty B Mackey Layon Carlson ROW II BUIklCWlCZ Ruhrluoma Hoppe Sippola Dahlmeler R Mackey L KenKn1ght ROW III Pasek Buck Konu Obraske Johnson Makr Fmco C KenKn1ght Mr Phelps 40 A I IZ . IA ro - . F' A . . . , 45-3 x " "FP vp . 19+ L nl: 'f.nH:. V M . . . . . ffl -- iff' . . :gl 'v"'l4-Q-up ,K My 1 L are A ' A . V,,' 1,gf'sJ I ,V 'W-1 ' . . h 8 . -- . , ' J 2 R 2 f . 1 R ? 5 A A 4 3 S C f ' -2 Q E' i Lf - Q v J, ' -s 5 1' G In 'z l if 2 . as U , fa V A. . , ., ll' W A. -' V' X .X 1 ' 4 7, ' ' 4 , S' 4 . 1 , , .. ' 1 ,. ci ' " Q Q . 5 . I y ' n .n - 1 n - 5 I I n -I 'I I n I 1 1 ' 1 1 - I 1 v 1 1 1 n 1 - 1 A 'N ROWI Chrlds Walczak Lerno Peterson Carlson Nelson ROW II Rengo Obraske P Gay Weaver Punula Butklewlcz Suchoskr ROW III Ellrs KenKn1ght Sebald Lehet Brink Jacobson ROW IV Sandahl Flnco An derson Waggener K Gay Berg glance Saccetq A new organization was added this year The Nat1onalHonor Society held tea in the library on Feb 5 The 20 original members were chosen from the sophomores Juniors and seniors bya faculty committee on the basis of character service scholarship and leadership V53 .1-f-1-A Swan: With Mr Hartman as their advisor, the Student Council set up a new con color for school sweaters They also established a dance policy telling under what conditions dances could be held and gave bi weekly reports to the students over the public address system hr: K -fo' 4-Ea ROWI Bradford Sundby Peterson Nelson Jones ROW II Walczak Lelno Davidson Habeck KenKn1ght ROW Ill Rengo Weaver Anderson Ellls Berg Mr Hartman 5 , T w 1 r A Q ., ll i 1 W 5 -. - D a V ,, ' L X 4 .L . . - H i - Q A ' T I 5 I ' U I induction ceremonies, followed by a. stitution and made white an official l T a r me gy" . 5 5 Qu tl T l sip ' 'W' , . M4 - tx s , ' - T 1 I 1 " J 4 Y A in '-7 t ' A m I '. fl ' r 1 41 vs lf- 'WV 'll' I A 4 'lu I 3 an Qu ROW I Shrrley Errckson janet Wrcklund Bobble J Bradford Norma Tenor Jean Manly ROW II Pepper Brad ford Delores Rrrhrluoma Gall Peterson Verna Nelson Erleen Mrller Pat Gay ROW III Charles Kenlinrght Barbara Pasek Maxrne Buck Shrrley Weaver Nancy Elrason Iva Buck Mr Mrdkrff wma Moose Call offrcrally began when Mr Peterson of the A B Dlck Company showed the staff how to prrnt colored rllustratrons Once agam we returned to a two column page and decrded to use gray paper for the remarnrng Reporter B Bradford gets I Wrcklund s oprnron of a story whrle typlst N Tenor justxfres sports news and M Buck mspects run off copres never forget that day December 19 when rt was 3 10 and they were far be hrnd on therrwork Wrth full co oper atron from all workrng on the paper they met therr deadlrne and delrvered the paper Just rn trme X61 mm A woman has the last word' says B Obraske to co edrtor J Sandahl as he argues over a word rn the edr torral . 5 Z V 5 xp 1 5 - 6 V , 5' 1 vi " Q an I .tex I v , ' ,sq xii' 'L Q X 1' 1 ' . S, I, F, ,v 4 f L' 6 . f Q G vx V? . "' I v ' ' ,. A I I 6 s Q , e O Dai The work on our schoolpaper, the issues. Undoubtedly, the staff will 7 . D - 1 1 . . . . . , rgq , N Q ' ps ,B 'B ' 42 L-hr ar W 7.--. Left to nght Shxrley Enckson Bebe Obras ke Jerry Sandahl Verna Nelson Maxrne Buck Work began on th1s year s Mlm cahda when three ass1stant ed1tors were chosen to work Wlth the ed1 tor Pat Gay Soon after th1s, f1Ve delegates from the M1n1cahda staff and the1r adv1sor Mrs ZWICKCY attended a yearbook convent1on at the Un1vers1ty of M1nnesota where they mg therr annual They then, havmg earned S700 from adverusements, added e1ght more pages and mcluded larger plctures XX 5' we 17,4-,Zi 2' MINICAHDA EDITORS Peterson Gay edltor rn chlef KenKn1ght not prctured Rengo V5 'W C7 ROW I Shrrley Errckson Janet Wrcklund Norma Tenor Verna Nelson ROW II Glorxa Davrdson Barbara Pasek Maxxne Buck Tucky Ellls Delores Ruhlluoma ROW III Jerry Sandahl Davrd Vorpahl Bebe Obraske Norman Johnson Conrad Berg busmess manager Dorothy Eller 43 2 f ,. it I , .., Ml .W W K 4 f .B B g , 4 Y.. ma, N'-LrL5':T-A . z . . , ' - gl lr L 0 I U U I . , . . in B g B W . . Xl . .- il -X , . . . I n n 1 I x . . , l . , , . If .J M, , .rl wr ug ' ' ' 4. Y' '- A learned many new ways for improv- 'll ' : ' . - y Q l 5 Q 4 A 3 .11 , Q , 4 L , 1, 1' Q :Lt 3? 3 . 1 L 2 ' ' 'z B' ' , ,.- 5. . ' F ' V I 0 '1 V' 3 I lf , N Y 'I : ' ' , ' : : . 1 ' ' : : Q -' 1 ks ' :f"U5 ls PF 151 - Hmm- KA Sim .wa ag in -4 ,e-'mem x ,H 1 2 K f-fate! W, awp ns. Scum f4fd406d64,f4f'5f6Z440tdfdf0944Ilt4!ll644d!l4lt. gat wide time aww ,eaaadng 46 ,aleaeaantly fam a4,wenZ4alwaald-wcdeanpoatdawewowtafdny ,adm wewmzguzmmadmwmmy caewatededtieanaagwzalaaemouuonteleud- 4634, l ft' Ag l ,Z Hz' .tc,srP' ' j 46 wine The last days of August are agaln lost IH the rather wrld last m1nute preparatron for school days A qurck dash through the cool school bu1ld1ng on the way home after a hot game of tenms brrngs the thoughts of our school l1fe alarmrngly near We f1nd our Jan1tors busy at the everlastmg reparrs to be made to the home of a fam1ly of around 600 Where there s a home there are meals so our cooks are hard at It pre parlng the food for the comtng weeks There IS a turnabout 1n the wa1t routlne w1th the beg1nn1ng of pre school football pract1ce, that 1S we see the glrls waltlng for therr fellas to f1n1sh up the bas1cs and somet1mes scmmmage These efforts by the Jamtors, rewarded when the day arrlves that the students f1ll the brxghtly pa1nted halls and commence t walk the shrnrness off the newly varnrshed floors dash to the lunch l1ne and crowd the cafeterla w1th talk of the summer past and months to follow Thls may not sound l1ke the most apprec1at1ve way to express ourselves but you can be sure we are mlghty proud of our flne look 1ng school and we have a susp1c1on that our cooks and Janrtors are glad to see us back TOP THE CAMERA happened to catch a rare moment when Lud laughed at one of Frosty s wrsecracks as they frmshed thelr colorful parm: Job on the wall MIDDLE BRINGING DOWN the drshes and startrng to prepare the food means another day for our cooks Mrs Berset Mrs New bloom and Mrs Folz BOTTOM TENNIS AFTER a hard football practrce doesn t exactly appeal to Butch but Bobble Jeanne msists I i - "' 4 6 ' I , ? ' . . -af T T' ,1 l K ' - V K ' . . 1 ' - y , . . . ,, . l fl . - ' xlfx 51 'T' l v . l fr ,A K l fy , . . . . f y jg A . . . x A -vf ? 'uk s E T cooks, and football squad are well 15? .f-.WWE K1 ' ' f ' .-,f,'fL+d myfvt Q4 Q Q 1 . O ,fj . . ' L l W A xl x ,V 'o l ,z O : I It can't be possible, but it is. More than a month has passed and Homecoming time is here. Students fill the auditorium -- The tense silence is changed to roaring cheers as "Tucky" Ellis and Shirley Erickson are crowned king and queen at the coronation ceremonies, on the morning of October 19. After these ceremonies, we are dismissed from school to view the parade. The jun- iors win the float contest with their theme, "Champs or Bust." At the game in the after- noon, we defeat Barnum 33-6, to keep the "1itt1e brown jug" for another year. Q Q 3 i ii' s Z3 v nj,-sh., v. ,f I vs. 1-alibi gy is VW 2. OUR ROYALTY: King Tucky and Queen Shirley TOP: Princess M. Petersong attendants P. Gay,G. Peterson,I. Manty, L. Heyng crown bearer L. Midkiff. Not Pictured: C. Berg, D. Vorpahl, L. Butkiewicz, P. Walczak, K. Slocumb. BOTTOM: THIS SNAP of the senior float was taken in front of the Docken home on the last lap of the Homecoming parade. K 47 ---.. CONGRATULATIONS ARE in order as runner up Joanne Aktns ad mrres Stinky the trophy won by top salesman Iva Buck As the schoolyear progresses our many organizations begin to elect officers, plan programs, and arrange meeting dates. We are again reminded of the ever present competition school life when the announce ment is made "MaJorette try outs will be held Wednesday at 4 OO ' There is a roar of ap proving cheers as the newly selected girls strut out in their flashy new uniforms and g through their sharp routine at the big Willow pepfest Our annual Junior class maga zine sale has been circled on the school calendar of events and we watch the bulletin as two high salesmen compete for the top prize and "stinky the stuffed skunk keepsake The eve of Halloween finds M L students and team alike returning to their younger days as theyjoin in "tricks or treats before the game at Mora wpcwtof HERE WE catch mayorettes Joyce Johnson Arlene Davidson Beverlee Hayes head malorette and Janlce Johnson as they perform their new rhythmic step before QOIHQ off the stage 48 Marlowe Johnson , - . . of . , . - . I ' - t ' !A'l I I O "" s . . Q V s l . f 5 M M ay ' ' u 1' 9 U E . . . . ,, I I I ' U t 'wvlri 3 JM - ,yvt 'M 5, 5 2 X 5 lf J li s J J r xx 1 t J Q f E ft l J f f Senlors comrng to play practrce on Sunday after noon to begrn the1rf1nalf1ve days of rehearsal are star tled then se1zed w1th the grggles as they take rn the borrowed' srgns d1splayed on the school lawn and over the doors Someone wasn t content wrth one Halloween' The same prankster sp1r1t preva1ls as L11 Ab ner Week sneaks up on the boys who frnd themselves payrng dearly for the pun rshments meted out to the females on Sadle Hawkrns Day Tempers begrn to rrse as electron day approaches and we take advantage of the chance to let off steam when the demonstratrons are carrled out durrng the mock natronal convent1on 'All the way w1th Adlar' versus We l1ke Ike' rmg rw-H-I ff PAY CHECKS handed out by Buehre brrng varred expressrons on the faces of the other bus drtvers Left to rtght Oltmanns Paulson Carl sor' Peterson Knutson and Bryant W M sum r J, r at through the aud1tor1um as the snake lrke processrons of students frll the arsles whtch a moment later are cleared wrth cr1es of Wrll the sergeant at arms please Clear the Center arsle' 'L-...qw TOP NEW IDEAS and lots of fun ts the understatement of the year when the year book staffstops to rernrnrsce onthe way home from the Mpls conventron Left to rrght Berg Mrs Zwrckey Peterson Sandahl Nel son Gay BOTTOM WHATS THIS? W know the lrbrary atds never are found thrs unoccupted but sornetxmes unnatural poses must be made for a pttture Left to rtght Buck Eckmarr M1.ss'Hermanson Carnrga Anderson , A most welcome bl1z zardlengthens our Thanks g1v1ng vacatlon th1s year and we take advantage of rt to go skatrng and enjoy other wrnter sports Perhaps part1es and vacatmon prove too much for us as 1n Jan uary the nat1onw1de flu ep1dem1c h1ts here The s1ckroom attendants are takmg temperatures all hour and wonderlng where to put the twelfth pat1ent On Wednesday when there are 168 absent we get an other snowstorm and school closes for two days Rn. Before we know lt the calendar sl1ps to January 20 the date set by the Con st1tut1on for the 1naugural ceremonles A telev1s1on set 1S set up ln the gym and we see the new Pres1 dent take h1s oath of offrce The day after we have an other lecture and movre th1s t1me on Alaska Some students who are pract1c1ng at Hmckley for the All Star Concert mlss Pro grams programs pro grams' Next on the Sched ule IS the Natlonal Honor Soc1ety 1nduct1on cere mony TOP SKATING PARTY turns to snow frght as Norman Johnson and Jerry Sandahl shower Pat Gay wuh brg chunks of snow MIDDLE LIMITED SPACE rn sxck room IS emphasrzeddurmg Hu eprdemrc as the momtor Joan has her hands full BOTTOM NATIONALHONOR SOCISIY Charter placement IS be mg drscussed by offrcers Jerry Tucky Pres and Estelle I . , - . . 3 , - . ' 0 a ', 'V .17 , ' ix, .N 1' T , 'hz X' ' 2 , . . -- : , .5 . ! , - . ! . 9 . 1t. - s 9 ' . 50 TEN MINUTES unul qurttrn trme' Only one bag F H A CONVENTION delegates Jean Manty Par Walczak of food IS left to go wrth the after work coffee LEFT LFTTERMEN S CLUB offrcers Waggoner and Gay try to te11E1lrs pres and Iurek that there rs a trme hmxt on the use of that popular rnstrument RIGHT WITH THE advrce of Mr Hartman Par salutatorran and Charles valedrctorran f1l1 out therr college applrcatron blan and Lourse Butkrewlcz have one last Job to do before leav mg for Mrnneapolrs tryrng to close the surtcase SCHOOL LIGHTS ON AT l A M " The rather puzzled nerghbors awake at that hour aren't aware that rt rs the Mrmcahda staff dolng therr best to meet the February deadlme Our hrgh school problems seem small as we are told the cold facts of Ch1na's trouble wrth communrsm at the Lyceum presented on Lrncoln s brrthday Sh1ft1ng therr attentron to the future the shorthand classes mvestrgate secretarral work as a vocatron at the Shorthand Tea 5 - I i 3? , ,V TV . J U, . ..,. 0 I I ' I .. . . ' ks. - I 7 U I I I 1 LEFT' TWO WEEKS . on crutches ends for Tucky. RIGHT: SCOTTISH BROGUE lets loose as Pat gives her winning declam while Gail, Helen, Charles, and Ted, the other winners, act as judges, March br1ngs us aCt1Vlt16S declam show a trlo of dramatrc contest "var1ety and Jun1or play mrxed Wlth the excrtement of tournaments and topped off by a very trmely vacatron FIRST PRAC TICE wxth Declam entrles number over th1rty th 1S year much to the pleasure of the advrsor but d IH 1smay of those compet Our h1gh hopes for the basketball tournaments are sllghtly shaken when we fl d n out that the absurd tale that Tucky spralned hrs ankle and Won't be abl e to play IS true" The old school Splflt soars a our flrst wrn A few he garn however after ctrc days 1t's all over and Easter vacat1on moves 1n actrons of the junror class play No More Homework makes everyone forget h1s l1nes and feel rather bewrldered Left to rrght Anderson Chrlds Buck Llndholm Mlll n-f 57 er Rreff Eastman hm,-Q-' . g . ' 'I .- - s Q - 1 , - I 4 1 n . . 3 Y , . . 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Vtcontamecwddoat adu4a6Z4aoag4oatt4eeou?0ze94one, cade- euaaeaappoztawzteamto tiefdnalofea. fS Ara A A 9 - A' ROWl Eckman G Peterson Jlurek Lerno Wrlson Zyw1ckr Barquxst Sebald Frohnp ROW II Lrndholm Ellrs Rreff Nelson Paulson Lumby Frlrprak Mackey Mr Rossr ROW Ill Mr Basch Anderson Eastman F wwlclfe Fxve w1ns no losses two tres thxrd year wrth the Lrttle Brown Jug handed Pme Crty tts frrst defeat 1n ten years placed frve players fEll1s Waggoner Gay Vorpahl and Jurekj on the all conference team The most successful season yet Erghty degree temperature plus the rnabrltty to f1nd that certaln spark saw a 14 0 lead dwxndle xnto a tre ln the late stages of the game Ellrs scored both touchdowns and Iurek stood out rn defense MOOSE LAKE 28 NORTH BRANCH 0 Vrctory came easrly the followmg week as the whole lrneup saw acuon at the fxrsr mght game Barqurst was the offensrve threat as he scored one touch down and passed to Rreff and Gay for two others MOOSE LAKE 13 PINE CITY 2 The 1952 football team made hlstory under a September sun as they defeated the Prne Crty Dragons They possessed a burmng desrre to wrn and they sup plemented thxs eagerness wrth a tre mendous drsplay of good solrd football The whole team starred rn th1s unfor gettable game LEFT EXTRA MANPOWER comes to help Gay 1249 make the tackle m the Barnum game but the referee s whxstle stops the play U U U , e fwe an MOOSE LAKE--14, FOREST LAKE--14 TACKEL MISSED by ,wg Gay C241 rn the t1ed Forest Lake game 15 taken care of by F Iurek from behtnd MOOSE LAKE 33 BARNUM 6 By thts trtumph over Barnum Moose Lake grabbed 1ts frrst guduon trtle rn ten years and rced the Homecomlng fesuvrues Dave Vorpahl led the team by scortng two touchdowns MOOSE LAKE 32 DULUTH EAST RE SERVES B 6 Th1s game was a last mmute sub strtute on East s part after a polto out break at McGregor Ellrs and Iurek were the sparks as the Lakers scored three trmes durtng the second half FLOODWOOD O MOOSE LAKE 0 Moose Lake found the gomg tough agatnst the rugged Floodwood squad I was a defensrve battle as both teams strffened when thetr goal lrnes were threatened The Lakers gladly settled for a scoreless ue MOOSE LAKE 19 MORA 7 Half ume found the Lakers on the short end of a 7 6 score The second half found the boys unleashtng a power ful offenstve and defensrve attack whrch ended rn a brrllrant 19 7 vtctory for Moose Lake TOP FUMBLE DEEP rn Barnum terrltory makes the teams scramble, but the Lakers are too late BOTTOM FLY ING PIGSKIN rs anyone's ball as a mad rush IS made for tts possessron by MLHS and Forest Lake Lulu J7 A 'it if g V , in In j rr , 5 '-t, Vrg, 1 , , 9 3 , 3 . r ff K I f 4 V :A aff l X 4' 6 'x 2 W. , ' S ll ll -- - . , . - " . - A ,I . . I N Q' 'Xf f I ff I' kj ri! s I ROWI Coach Basch Peterson Sebald Zywxckx Elhs Eastman ROW II Johnson Gay R1eff Waggener Froh np Vorpahl A nderson akewwwfezztdw Success played the court w1th the Moose Lake basketball team thxs year br1ng1ng them 14 v1ctor1es and 5 losses In league play the Lakers came up Wlth a tr1umphant 12 2 re cord the two losses com1ng at the hands of the able f1ve from W1llow Rlver The open1ng game of the season brought defeat from Mmnehaha Acad emy but as the season progressed the Lakers 1mproved steadlly w1th the f1nal game br1ng1ng another v1c tory at Fmlayson A peak was reach ed when the Lakers encountered the Duluth Cathedral H11ltoppers de feat1ng them 1n a thr1ll1ng 47 to 42 battle. Even tears came when W1llow R1ver beat Moose Lake 1na heart breaklng overtlme. W1th m1nutes to 58 go the W1llow team was beh1nd seven polnts But almost before anyone real1zed It the score was t1ed and the fmal wh1stle was sounded The W1l low f1ve then went on to w1n by marg1n of mne po1nts Then came the fmal week of prac t1ce before the D1str1ct Tournament and tragedy struck Our f1ght1ng for ward Tucky Ellls spra1ned h1s ankle durlng a pract1ce sesslon and was un able to part1c1pate 1n any of the tourn ament games thus lessenmg our chances for v1ctor1ous tournament Play Guard Ronn1e Eastman who had an average of Z1 pomts per game 1n the tournament, and forward, Tom Peterson and Tucky Ell1s, were named to the all d1str1ct team. 1: M i ,l,l QQ ly s lalr Q . 4- - " gr Q.. 'A n ' 2 in J . 'rch We n sl we ' 1 n I H -' I 2 ,A X J I A D I 4 , X 5' W" 'i - A '04 J Q X X 6 fu ' ' 15 f L? f ui was 'W .f X f 'M 2 M, I 0 X I T? f p S pp y f I 0 U REBOUND OFF the Wrldcat s basket rs taken frrmly rn gnp by Tucky wxth Rreff backlng hrm up Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake La ke La ke LAKERS AND BOMBERS all go hlgh rn the arr for a rebound off the Laker basket dLlI1Ug the last few seconds of the Barnum game WlLLOW'S ANTICIPATION of two pornts rs grounded as Rreff stops Cress s attempt for a basket rn the overtrme game SCHEDULE Mrnnehaha Academy Sandstone Wlllow Rrver Hmckley Askov Barnum Carlton McGrath Sandstone Wrllow Rrver Htnckley Askov Frnlayson Duluth Cathedral Barnum McGrath Ftnlayson DISTRICT TOURNAMENTS 66 Lrndstrom Center Crty 50 Forest Lake . , . . L if 11 4 . 4 41 ' 70 57 38 46 ' ' 53 57 ' 38 72 46 54 40 34 59 71 43 42 40 50 ' ' 59 79 ' 49 65 37 68 ' 32 47 42 70 46 76 29 64 ' 44 ' - ' 51 63 59 TRIUMPHANT LAKERS and cheerleaders are wrld wrth Joy as ve wrn our frrst game 1n the tournaments wrth Ltndstrom Center Crty 66 51 REBOUND ATTEMPT by Chr H1 player at drstrrct tourna ment rs forled by Butch 60 Zaeem demd-' On March 3 confrdent MLHS fans cram 1nto the bus for the carefree tr1p to Pme Clty where we meet Chl H1"1r1 our flrst strug gle of d1str1ct play Score 66 t 51 horstmg our hopes for a full week of actlon Two rughts later Moose Lakers agarn crowd through the Pme C1ty doors and fm ally get themselves sltuated wh1le the band str1kes up the1r 'Jazz1est" number IH return for Forest Lake's "Takes Two t ango' Our sp1r1ts aren't so hlgh on the return trrp but we drown our sorrows wlth food when we empty the bus at D1x ta!" Q7 I A-1 HEY' HEY' Take rt away the favorxte yell of the krds was led by the cheerleaders Bob ble Jeanne Glenda Elatne Marlene and Glorra team SCHEDULE Moose Lake Willow River Moose Lake Hinckley Moose Lake Askov Moose Lake Barnum Moose Lake McGrath Moose Lake Sandstone Moose Lake Willow River Moose Lake Hinckley Moose Lake Askov Moose Lake Finlayson Moose Lake Duluth Cathedral 4 Moose Lake Barnum Moose Lake McGrath Moose Lake Finlayson As a pre thriller to the regular ' game, the Moose Lake 'B' squad met their opponents both on the home floor and as visitors. Remember the Willow game? From the first tip- off to the final Shot, wild fans cheered their team on- to victory. The crowds would gasp as Shirley Sob- czak did her face roll, and would cheer as the major- ettes made their appear- ance through the side eri- trance. Doug Lumby topped the scoring by racking up 116 points during the sea- son with Davidson, the next "hot shot" scoring 84 points. Row I Mattson Olson Youngdahl Folz Eliason Row II Mr Rossi Wick lund Lehet Davidson Zywicki Kutsr Row lll Lumby Matyas Ebel Ja cobson Sebald B TEAM CHEERLEADERS proudly exclarm We re from Moose Lake High Rowl Halverson Sobczak Row II Peterson Berghs Anderson ALL EYES on the ball as Dolrnle D. jumps high off the floor during the i ' g V : DECK TENNIS rsadtf f1cu1t game even for GA offrcers B J Bra ford pres Errckson vrce pres P Jungers DOIHI re corder and S Weaver sec y treas f4f47vzZ4t'd6eaa0a The only opportumty for g1rls to part1c:1pate 1n athletlcs was provlded by the G1rls' Athlet1c Assoc1at1on If you had attended one of these meetmgs, you would have found the members deep 1n the myster1es of deck tenn1s and badmmton or perhaps just enjoymg a good game of basket ball or volleyball Among the1r non ath1et1c act1v1t1es th1s year were popcorn sales and a s1e1gh r1de ROWI Halverson Roberts Jungers Heyn Errckson Sobczak ROW II M1ssGrobe Steen Hayes Bradford Wo rum Troutner ROW III Nelson Woollett Habeck Chrlds Berghs Sarvela Hempel Youngdahl ROW IV G y Stelneke Weaver Hultberg Olson Dahlmeler Wrnchester Peterson sm 6 'UZ!9q4" ri11' A ' . . d , .g S. f ' -I I I - 3 . , ' - 0 W O , . . : . . . , ' . . : , , , . 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MJ , x ' l 5 , 2 ' t f X g Q - . 2 j P ROWI Mohelsky Halverson Portrnen Bryant Paulson ROW II Lmdholm J Jurek Lerno Nelson F Jurek Eckman Peterson ROW III Mr Lehner Anderson Suchoskr Makl Dobosenskl Frnco C Eckrnan 44 mega FAST MOVING PUCK shot by J Eckman fnot ln pxcturey dunng scrrm Regardless of Wlnter mage rs checked by Nelson backed up by Peterson and C Eckman bl1zzards mlsslng teeth and flylng pucks our hoc key team came through rts season successfully Due to bad weather, however they were unable to com plete the1r schedule but won both games w1th Two Harbors January 17 found the local pucksters squeez g past the "Agat s" W1 a score of 3 1 and defeat mg them once agarn on February 3 bya 10 1 mar gm Besldes th1s t ey played one fmal scr1m mage w1th the alumn1 whrch ended up rn a hard fought 3 3 t1e One of the major h1ghl1ghts for the team was therr Journey to Eveleth to watch the reg1ona1 hockey tournaments. in I f ff ' . 2 l se- Lf W I ,W ., ' Q ' -2. if-K x Q A -" , L A l r' y ,. . - r , , . ., V e' " r 4 E A Ixxrg ,XJ N .T X Q 4- 0 ' 1 I' 1' V Q Sha jj E ,, g X ' 3 s gr, , I 4 In W ,vk A b , A U- I .. 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A ' in QC 'tv' Y' ROWI Jurek Manty Portrnen Davrdson Eastman Eckman KUISI Sebald Barqutst ROW II Llndholm a verson Anderson Flnco Peterson Matyas Mackey Berghn Basch gaaedall Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose Moose La ke La ke Lake Lake Lake La ke La ke Wrllow Rrver I-hnckley W1l1ow Rlver Askov Sandstone Drstrlct Tourney Lrndstrom Center C1ty Hmckley The north half dom1nated drstrlct tournaments as Moose Lake placed second losrng the top spot to I-Imck ley Manty and Peterson starred 1n h1tt1ng at 450 and 375 respectrvely Wlth Anderson as hlll ace 7'6dC6 At the d1str1ct meet at North Branch three of our track stars placed 1n thelr 1nd1v1dual events fourth place 1U shot put Ern1e Olson thlrd ln hlgh Jump Ronn1e Eastman, and fourth rn half m11e Florlan Jur ROW I Ronme Eastman, Ph111p Okronghs, Florran Iurek. ROW II Davld Vor A6 M pahl, Ernre Olson, Paul Rreff , Lf 5:9 - :. l 7 Q 1 , 1 'K get " '- ,' . 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Phone 15 Moose Lake ' l , lm... 5 Bnge x I 'I Ml A aa . . gg I ' ll I ll u n After games, all roads lead to Dix. Phil O'Kronglis and Margaret Brink beat the crowd and fight for the last doughnut. DIX CAFE Greyhound Bus Depot Phone 95-W Moose Lake Orville Skelton Insurance Agency GUmbl9'5 Representative for Home APP' I ances State Farm Insurance Co's. Amo Accessories Auto Life Fire Hardware, Palnts Real Estate Service Jeny Lueck Phone 140 Authorized Dealer Dodge Bulldlng Moose Lake Phone 81 Moose Lake A new shlpment ofblouses hasjusr arrrved and Thea Hoppe the frrst one to make her selecuon Co op Department Store One stop Shopping Center Dry Goods Hardware Grocerles Phone 2 Moos Lake Renstrom Bros Waggener Hardware Groceries Meats and Home Baking Hardware Plumbing Red Owl Agency Heanng Keys While You Walt arts Goods Phone 9 Moose Lake Phone 17 SP is ' ' . ll - 1 ll e . I - vi' ll o I1 Warren Steen shows Bob Jones Bob Folstad and Don Es kurr the chrome on the dream car every boy would lrke to own Lllledahl Chevrolet Company Oldsmobile Chevrolet Sales and Servlce 24 hour wrecker servl ce Phone 44 Moose Lake Moose Lake Hotel The Flrst National Bank an Coffee Shop Member of Federal Reserve System Howard R and .lane D Maryland Props Insurance for every need phono I4 Moose I-oko Banking hours 9 3 Saturday 9 l2 Vern Redenbaugh f1l1s rt up as Dave Hultberg and Ar v1d Mrller prepare to go to our brg game at Barnum Moose Lake Super Service B A Approved Korser Frazer Sales and Service Zephyr Taxl Service Phone 98 Moose Lake Skogmds Moose Lake Implement Company Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Don Dggklson John Deere Farm Machinery Authorized Dealer Gassert and Butklewlcz Props Phone 235 Moose Lake Phone l90 Moose Lake I . .. ' .. ' . ' 1 N ' I I 1 d . . EQQ rl . - by . . TOWER STATION Your Phillip s 66 Dealer Gold Bond Stamps Erme Zentkowskl Prop Phone 3 ARROW RADIO 8. ELECTRIC Radios Television Appllances SaIes8nService Ero Kutsu Owner Moose Lake CARLTON COUNTY PRODUCE Fertilizer Phone 61 Moose Lake Munn LUNDEEN MANUFACTURING Store Fixtures Mnllwork Cabinets Screen Doors Storm sash Screen Windows Phone I57 Moose Lake HAMLIN FURNITURE STORE Flne Furniture 81 Rugs Complete Solectron of Home Furnishings Phone 40 Moose Lake Flour - Feeds - Seeds STURGEON LAKE GARAGE Pontiac Bulck Sales and Servl ce Jack Cunmngham Sturgeon Lake Wlllow River Cafe Flne Foods Soft Drlnks Ice Cream eo and Clara Proulx Wlllow River Kettle Rnver Co op General Mdse Groceries Meats Dry Goods Hardware Carlton Co Co op Power Ass n Business Managed Tax Paymg Owned hy those it serves Kettle River Ben Frankl ln Store Nationally Known Locally operated Ray Koskey Moose Lake Western Auto Assocnate Store Ted Anderson Owner Auto Accessories and Sports Goods Phone 32 Moose Lake ..""""'-me -8. fs fm 19-f 'EX MOOSE LAKE OIL COMPANY Lubncatnon Speclallsts Pure Oll Dealer Fred Bergqulst Owner Phone4 FOLZ STUDIO For Fine Photography From Babies to Brldes Formal and Candid Work C L Folz Photographer Phone l93-J Moose Lake . . - . - ' O . 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Qi , E 'fn il J P . . . . , ' ' 2 ff' W' ,- P' ,fy 1 3 nfl W ' I . . . , The Star Gazette servlng Carlton Plne and Altlun Counties Bob Bradford Edltor Phone 30 Moose Lake Complaments Sldney G Lee Lake Theater Movles are better than ever More than ever Movies are your best buy In entertainment Walt Lower Prop Moose Lake KEHUS FAIRWAY STORE Grocer: es Meats Dry Goods Falrway Foods Kettle River Say you saw It In the Mlnlcahda Phone Ellefson s Farm Servlce lnternatlonal Harvester Tractors Farm Equipment 23-W Moose Lake Contributors Peterson s Vartety Ray Peterson Anderson s Gun Shop Lampert Yards Ernie s Barber Shop Dr L Stella Gordon Paulson Dr P 0 Peterson Dr E J Wtlllams R L Sebald Pomlsh s Ken s Coffee Shop Rose Lundell Florlan Pemlaleton Leslie Blacklock Dr Moe Ernest Jarvl Claude Poston Oakley Johnson Farrell s Flower Shop Hurt S Olde Tyme Coffee Shoppe Obraske s Sand and Gravel ' of I . I . . . I . , . , . . , I I . . . Refrigerators, Home Freezers O C , . 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Hardware - Appliances - Furnifure Sales and Service phono 95,-1 Moose Loko Phone 'IO7 Moose Lake EK'-UND 5 1.uMPP1o s Food and Clothing Stores Compleie I-me of Diamonds Watches Jewelry fancy and staple groceries Expen waich Repm' Men s and Women s Weonng Apparel Jeweler Phone 10 and 18 Moose Lake Phone 224 Moose Lake JOSTEN S Fm om Rmgs IT PAYS T0 ADVERTISE Announcements Awards lN THE Treasure-Crafr Jewelry and Stationery MI NICAHDA Owatonna Mnnnesoto Wrdex 34 49 Alixns Joanne Almqur sr Almqux sr Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Dennis Lyle Denru s Duane Exleen jeanme Kathryn Kenneth Linda Marcra Mollyn Lou Norman Roger S0913 Ted 27 38 41 52 56 58 Antrlla Carol Anderson 27 34 35 48 29 35 36 29 36 29 34 4161 30 34 14 31 29 36 27 36 63 64 29 35 Baht Wayne Barqu1st Larry 27 38 56 64 29 37 Berg Carol BCIB1 Conrad 20 25 38 39 43 47 49 Berghs Margaret Berser Otto Boardman Nancy Bradford Robert Bradford Roberta 29 37 61 62 34 42 28 35 38 41 42 46 60 62 Buetow Carol Buetow Helen Butkrewrcz Lou1se Butluewrcz Phyll1 s Carl son Carlson Qrnlga Cart ford Barbara 10 27 34 Kay juamta Lar VY Chrlds Patncra 3 27 Clnlds Susan Dahl en Robert Dahlmerer Lots Davxdson Arlene Davxdson Donald Davrdson Glarra Dobosenslu Dav1d Doran Lloyd Eastman Ronald 3 6 27 Ebel Kenneth Eckman Eckman Elnason Elxason Charles 37 3840 4151 384041 28 49 28 34 35 34 35 38 44 52 62 30 35 29 36 37 40 62 35 4148 35 43 60 35 38 56 53 58 64 29 36 61 36 63 64 james 36 49 56 63 NHUCY 3 6 27 42 Robert 29 36 61 Brrnk Bunk Brtnk Brnnk Bryant Bryant Buck Buck Lots Margaret Murxel R1chard Claude Donald va 27 34 35 37 40 42 Maxine 3 20 26 32 2 28 34 35 37 30 34 38 66 14 30 36 41 28 63 15 30 48 52 39 42 49 53 Eller Dorothy 20 34 35 43 Ellls Lee 3 20 39 4143 44 45 47 505152 54 56 58 EIICKSOD Lourse Erxclrson Slnrley 10 20 38 39 42 43 47 62 Eskun D0nald 21 36 67 F Patrlck Fetters oan Fetters Nancy Ferters Patsy Adr1an Frlrpatk wllllafll Fxnco Delmar Frnco Geraldrne Frtch Ramona Folstad Robert Folz Bruce Frohrrp C11rt1s Farrell Frlrpark Gall1more Sherla Gay Barbara Gay Kenneth Gay Patrxcxa Gay Rodney Greskl Emlxa Glasner Sharla Gunderson Sandra Habeck Shlrley Hallgren Larry Halverson jack Halverson Karen Halverson Roger Hamlrn Penelope Hayes Beverly Hagford Glona Hempel Joanne Henderson Alfred Hennager Lavonne Hennager Marnlyn Hennes Jack Hermann Judith 15 30 13 2138 50 65 3627 36 56 29 36 2138 40 416364 213667 3061 36275556 58 319 21415156 58 212534 39 4142 29 36 6 27 38 4162 29 36 29 6162 28 36 63 28 34 35 48 6 28 34 35 37? , I I I 1 I ll o o I' y -A- , .............. 30 , ' .......... , ,o .H ....... , , , t ,V ., ............ 30 ,J ...... , , , , y , ........ , , , .. 1O,27, , , , ............. 31 , , .......... , o ...... , , ............. 31 , ........... 30 ' , ' ....... . . . 30 " ', ' ..... . ,, , , , E ............ 30 -c- " ', 1' ' ....... . .. , 1 . ----- - , , , - , - , , ,35, , , 1 1 ,- - 13. , , , , , , ......... , , .............. 31 , ........... 31 , ......... , ' , ' .......... . 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Donovon Lumby Douglas Lumppro Alfred J Mackey Barbara Mackey Ronald Madsen Marlene Makr Russell Manty Jean Manty Paulrne Manty Vern Marquette Sandra Maryland Margo Mattson Merle Matyas Kerrmt Maygren Roger McKee Leona McLeer Robert Mtchalskr Peter Miller M11ler Mrller Mtller Melvrn Lloyd Mohelsky Charles Mohelsky Roger Nelson Nelson Nelson Joyce Norma Norwood Nelson Newbloom Slurley Newbloom Tom Nerbolte Elrzabeth N1 ebolte Frankl1n Nrkkol a L1ll1an Nordstrom Lar Nordstrom Marlene Norman Dale 15 30 27 36 56 63 3 6 27 37 40 12 31 27 52 56 63 64 1214 30 1128 56 61 28 40 7 36 40 56 64 27 60 36 38 40 63 27 37 40 42 47 51 29 37 36 64 30 35 29 36 47 61 27 38 6164 16 24 36 38 16 23 10 24 36 67 Arvrd Erleen 7 34 35 42 52 15 30 27 36 63 20 41 Verna 11 4 35 38 41 51 42 49 62 15 24 65 29 36 24 35 36 28 34 35 37 29 3C Obraske Alberta 3 24 2 33 34 35 01424353 Okronglts Phrllrp 7 6 56 64 66 Davrd Jeanette Judrth Olson Olson Olson Pasek Barbara Paulson Gordon Peters Bunny Carol Cynth1a Dorothy Duane Edmund Elmne Gal Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson 14 30 61 14 31 28 34 35 62 26 38 40 42 28 36 56 63 29 34 37 29 61 18 25 29 34 37 41 10 27 37 38 24 25 34 35 38 39 Puntrl a Robert Puntrla Sonja 12 28 34 35 37 41 Punula Wayne Radel Albert Redenbaugh Joyce Redenbaugh Phyllts 29 34 Rengo Estelle 51 13 35 38 4150 Rreff Paul 27 34 38 52 56 58 64 Ruhrluoma Delores Ruhrluoma Joanne Roberts Aloy Ronkatnen Donna Ronkarnen Mary Ann Rowe Clartce Sandahl Sarvel a Sarvela Sarvela Schmrdt Schmrdt Schmrdt Shelton Shelton Shusta Shusta Srbald Jerry 18 Darlene Georgtanne udy Donna Kenneth Richard Charles Jacquelyn Florence Ted ack 8 1 Suro Kenneth Stlampa Rrchard Srppola, Delores Srppola Janet Sltog Dennrs Sxsco Mxke Sobczak Betty Sobczak Danrel Sobczak Shrrley Sortedhal Elarne Steen Sllarryn Sterneke Pat Stoddard Donna Street Davtd Suchoskr James Suchoskr Marranne Sundby Melvrn 25 38 40 42 43 14 31 28 37 62 9 28 40 28 34 35 25 32 34 41 42 43 49 50 29 37 62 27 36 29 37 28 34 35 37 25 36 41 56 58 61 64 29 36 28 36 34 40 29 35 28 36 29 34 28 36 29 37 6162 9 26 60 65 12 28 27 62 28 36 27 36 38 63 27 35 41 3141 32 42 43 Tenor Norma 3 9 26 Thoen Mary 28 34 35 37 38 Thomp son Marte Tomczak Gregory Trontner Gar Trontner une 27 36 29 37 62 Vorpahl Davrd 25 26 43 56 58 64 Vorpahl Ruth Waggener P aul Waldow Jane Waldow John Wal czak P atr1 C13 26 41465156 58 28 34 35 36 38 28 34 35 37 4150 Weaver Slnrley Weber Carol W1 cklund Dal e Wrcklund Janet Wtlson Donald W1 nchester Nan cy Woollett Beverly 12 28 34 35 4142 1128 35 61 513 22 26 32 4243 28 34 35 36 56 29 62 27 62 Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson 51414243 47 49 52 Gaylon Glenda Max1ne 'Iom 27 56 63 18 27 35 38 60 29 37 47 62 27 38 56 58 64 Woltysrak John Woy tysrak Mary Wold Norman Vrorum Jeanette Worum Lorrarne 2 6 23 38 Lehet James 1128 34 35 38 52 65 28 34 27 36 29 36 28 40 41 61 Wayne Pronk Audrey Pronk Delores Ptonk Rxchard Portrnen John Porunen Robert 27 36 63 64 Youngdahl Delores Youngdahl 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