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As you turn the pages of the 1954 Mustang for the first
time, you will find many familiar faces, scenes, and mem-
ories recorded therein. Your chief interest will be to see
just how the staff has chosen to depict them for you.
But as time rolls onward and the storehouse of your
memories continues to become filled, then will your Mustang
become the key with which you can again unlock the darker
chambers and once again review the l955-l954 school year.
The staff has tried to present for you as complete a
picture of Mora High as this medium would permit, and it
hopes you will enjoy your book as much as it has enjoyed
preparing it for you.
Certain personalities through service give us a feeling
of character completeness. The dedication of this annual to
a man who has contributed so much marks a grateful appreci-
ation from those whom he has afforded a model. This man
began his distinguished service in the Mora Public Schools
as a classroom teacher
and was elevated to
Mustang Staff humbly
Superintendent, Merrol Larson.
in l928. In l95O he became Principal
his present position in l959. The
dedicates this yearbook to our
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MIQRQCOL LARIKON ROUERT SCIIWEPPE ELEONOR NERLIEN
Superintendent Senior High Principal Junior High Principal
W.A., Augsburg B.A., Gustavus Adolphus B.S., U. of Minnesota
M.A., U. of Minnesota M.A., U. of Minnesota
Seated: Fred Anderson CChairmanJ, Leo Anderman, Bill Anderson, Arvid
Johnson. Standing: Gunnar Ueckstrom CTreasurerD, Ole Edstrom CClerkD,
Superintendent Merrol Larson,
fELEN SETTERLOE: 2nd and 5rd Grade
PHYLLIS HUHPHERY: Grade l.
HARIAN LODIEN: Grade 2.
LUCILLE QANUEL: Commercial, Junior
QAQLHS SANFORD: 4th and 5th Grade
ALYCE SCVULTZ! Grade 5,
JOAN JOHNSON: Grade 5.
PHYLLIS VIK: Junior High English,
9th Grade Co-Advisor, Assist with
Class Plays, Speech Activities, and
SEC ON D ROW:
CLEVE HERGQUIST: World History,
American History, Driver Training,
Athletic Director, Health Council.
DONNA RASMUSSEN: Biology, Girl's
Physical Education, GAA, Cheer-
leaders, Sophomore Class Co-Advisor.
JOANHE GORANSON: Home Economics,
General Science, Assistant Hot Lunch
Supervisor, 7th Grade Co-Advisor.
JACK GRINM: Junior High Math,
English, Director of Visual Aids,
7th Grade Co-Advisor.
DONNA DUFF: Librarian, English.
JANET GANAS: Home Economics, Hot
Lunch Supervisor, Future Homemakers
AQQA FEYpA: Grade 4.
SOLVEIG HALVORSON: English, Spanish,
Sophomore class Co-Advisor.
CLYEE NEWTO,: Industrial Arts,
Drseball Coach, Junior High Naskvt-
ball Coach, Junior Class Co-Advisor.
:UST JOHNSON: Junior High Music,
Band, Grade Music Supervisor.
LAURENCL NELSON: Agriculture,
Future Farmers of America, Visual
JOHN WAKRHEIN: Junior High Social
Studies, Junior High Music, Junior
and Senior Choir Director.
WILLIAM OHM: English, Speech, Declam,
Class Plays, Assistant Senior Class
JACK NELSON: Health, Eoyfs Physical
Education, Head Football and Hasket-
ball Coach, Freshman Class Co-Advisor.
ROBERT BRIMI: Industrial Arts, Junior
High Social Studies, Boy's Physical
Education, Assistant Basketball and
Football Coach, Sth Grade Co-Advisor,
HAROLD OBERT: Senior Social Science,
American History, Annual Advisor,
Junior Class Co-Advisor.
STANLEY GUSTAFSON: Senior High Math,
Chemistry, Physics, Guidance Assist-
ant, Senior Class Advisor.
BERNARD THOMPSON: Coordinator
Distributive Education, Business
Principles and Law, Bookkeeping.
KENNETH BJELDE: Grade 6 and Grade
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TEN YEARS HAVE PASSED SINCE TH CLASS OF 1954 LEFT THE VEIL OF TESTS,
BETTER KNOWN AS MORA HIGH SCHOOL. I WONDER WHAT ALL MY OLD CLASSMATES ARE
DOING? EVERYONE HAD SOME IDEA OF WHAT THEY WANTED TO BE, BUT HOW MANY
ACTUALLY SUCCEEDED? COME WITH M AND WE'LL SEE JUST WHAT EACH ONE HAS DONE
WITH lO YEARS OF FREEDOM. HOP IN MY SUPER-DUPER JET-PROPELLED SCOOTER AND
AWAY WE GOI
Stan Erickson has taken Tony Marvin's place on the Arthur Godfrey Show.
CIIfTord Wroolie has replaced Arthur Godfrey. Instead of being a relaxed show,
It Ts now a nervous riot.
Sharon Hohn and Nano Martens have invaded New Yorkl They are now the Co-
EdItors-in- e of t e New York Times.
On New Years Day, Dave Westman's headache was relieved when his great un-
defeated Notre Dame Football team won the Rose Bowl Game!
Barbara Mork did so well on the planning of the Junior-Senior Banquet that she
Ts now planning all the banquets in Washington, D. C.
Tommy Dorsey has given up playing the trombone because another Tommy, Tom
Heuer, has given him too much competition and no one comes to hear ETH
Dick Bowman is now writing a book entitled, "The Trail to the Barber Shop",
or WSnipf Snipiu
Darlene Althoff has finally become a chief operator, only not in the telephone
office. She is a doctor.
Bob Youngguist CGopherJ, Gordon Sorenson CFrogJ, and Roger Boster CPoochD,
are starred in a Walt Disney movie.
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Superman! It's John Barneslllll
Dawn Numsen is employed as a guide for deer hunters at tHe Kwitcherbellyachin
Lodge in Canada.
Janice Nordstrom and Marlyn Angstman are running a school that teaches short
gIrls to Took up at people gracefully.
"Slim Sel1ne's Salon', for people over 90 pounds who want to reduce, is now
open for business. Lula Seline, proprietor.
Shelb Grahek has cooked up a new dance step, but she claims it's just another
John Hillman and Gar Linder, two great scientists, met their Waterloo when
they tried to find a solution to stop them from growing taller.
Clinton Waddell is still in Ogilvie's gym trying to repeat the spectacular
sHot He made December 8, 1953.
Richard Wenholz has received his doctors degree in literature at Yale
University. Mr. Ohm made a big impression on him.
What's this? Alvern Krinke has followed John Hillman and Gary Linder. He
wanted to stop growing taller tool Too bad!
Mar Kadlec is a Vice-President of the Plymouth Corp. Traitorl
ar s Go fredson is the owner of a new dime store chain: nMarlys' Merry
ar e .
Arla e Falk is heard every Thursday night on television. She plays timpane
or Dragnet. Da! Dal Da! Dal
Q1ll,2H2B5 is the star of the racing world. He drives a super race car of
his own invention. He also employs several midget racers. They are
Dewey Mattson, Bob Mitchell, and Bill Posey.
Arlen R ber 's smile is currently being flashed on the TV screens across America.
e wor s for the new nGlow Like Moon-Lightn Toothpaste Company.
Donald O uist is the head photographer for Life magazine. He specializes in
c eer eaders and basketball games.
David Johnson has entered the cross-country crawl race. The slowest one wins.
Donna Danlelson has proved very successful as a housewife.
Tom Uoldsmlth is giving Tommy Manville competition.
ar o son s the head of the Johnson's Wax Company. His secretaries are
Gertrude Johnson, Renee Johnson, and Yvonne Johnson.
Violet Cashman is a cashier in Alice Banker's EEE.
Larr Carlson is a resident of Callfornla. There is no need for an
exp ana ion.
Elizabeth Beardshear, the second Florence Nightingale, has been named Nurse of
Evel Krawiecki is the l964 Mrs. America.
a ens rom as finally convinced Lipton's
oo e soup. '
Anna Hovland the only woman professor of
Eloise K lander and Marion Lovaas have just
studie e eatlng Eatlts of crocodiles.
It must be love! Conrad Schultz is still being seen with that Sophomore girl!
Elaine Rosnow is still swoonlng over Julius LaRosa. She has a club to start an
o -age pension for him.
John Strandlund has invented a motorcycle that can be quickly changed into a
Zonnie Strandlund has turned his gold football in to the U. S. mint because there
Is a shortage of gold.
June Gray, who has changed her name to April Brown, is now employed at the Power's
o sling Agency. She teaches the models how to walk. Barbara Peterson is
her latest student.
JoAnn Hathawa and Ruby Mart are having a contest to see who can grow the longest
a r. oAnn seems o e winning because she recently tripped on her's and
broke her leg.
The smoke rings being blown through the Camel cigarette sign on Time Square is
the artistry of Elmer Bentz. Elmer can be seen on Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays. If you llke varlety in your smoke rings you can watch Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays for Donald Birkman. The feature attraction on Sun-
days is Janice Throndaon.
Nellie Cla ett Is chlef ear-piercer for Doctor Llo d Erickson.
e a oo ec is now running for President of e n e ates. Her chief
opponent Is Lois Olson. ,
Evel Ro -entein at latest count has thirty-five children. She is teaching
rs gra e at Fairbanks, Alaska.
Doroth Olson is the only true blonde left in the U. S. since Marilyn Monroe's
a r s turning gray.
The famous Os-Rowl Ranch in Texas is holding a rodeo starring Gene Harman and his
trained horse, Loser. This famous ranch is owned by none Duane
Oslin and Larr Rowle . 1'-
Dennis Ulson, w o as p ayed such wonderful basketball for Mora High School, is
now trying for the position on the Laker team which Whitey Skoog formerly had
Much to everyone's surpr1se, the two prominent figures, Darrell Olson and Dennis
Cla ton are still bachelors. They have decided'to sen'T-1
Lodge and go D-E-A-R hunting.
Cla ton Oosterhuis, the toughest Sergeant the Army has ever had, seems to be
g v ng erome Gotfredson and Delmer James a rough time. They are constantly
on K. P. dity.
Carol Lind is starring in the Roller Derby in Chicago. Her coach is Jane
Myl My! What ten years can do!
to put chicken in their Chicken-
Mathematics at Harvard University.
returned from Africa where they
That flamlng red-head from Mora, Marl s Forshier, is featured on the Red Sleet
advertisement on color telev s on.
Pe Gotfredson is a professional baton twirler. She is now working with the
ew or ymphony Orchestra.
Marlene Eckstrom is the head of the 4-H Farm Bureau Administration in Minnesota.
WE, THE CLASS OF l954, OF MORA HIGH SCHOOL, OF KANABEC COUNTY, AND OF THE
STATE OF MINNESOTA, BEING OF SOUND MIND AND BODY AFTER FOUR YEARS OF TEDIOUS
CONCENTRATION, DO HEREBY MAKE, PUBLISH AND DECLARE TYIS TO BE OUR LAST WILL AND
TESTAMENT: HEREBY REVOKING ALL FORMER WILLS, BEQUESTS AND DEVICES OF ANY NATURE
HERETO MADE BY US,
M331 Sgglgg and Renee Johnson will their ability to get to class late to anyone
who likes to sleep late.
QQQQ Barnes wills his bass horn to anyone who has a strong back and a weak mind.
Hgllggg Qlgn wills his car to anyone who likes to walk to school on cold mornings.
Egger 295333 wills his ability to tell fairy tales to Mr. Gustafson.
Conrad Schultz wills his quiet ways to Jean Pierce.
Blll Qwgns wills his books to his locker because they are always there.
Eyglyg Ro entein wills her crushes to Alvera Althoff.
Darrell lson wills his keys to his car to his sister Deanna.
Shelby Qgahgk wills her nspelldownn yell to anyone who can do it.
lhgmag EQQQE wills his musical ability to any underclassman who dislikes to
Raymond Renstromwills the lines of the Junior Class Play to anyone who can
memorize them in a week.
Gordon Sorenson wills his ability to playiin band to anyone who can stay in
longer than he did.
Violet Cashman wills her studious ways to any underclassman.
Aglaygg Falk wills her tenor voice to Lee Thompson and hopes that he won't lose
this one tool
Doroth Olson wills her job to any future Senior who likes ide cream.
zabe eardshear wills her ability to get front seats to anyone who wishes
Gar Linder wills his ability to be absent from school on days of tests to Jerry
Yvonne Johnson wills her locker to Gene Kopp in hopes that it will keep him in
kicking practice for football.
Bill Pose wills his height to Lee Forshier.
a on osterhuis wills his ability to be in school physically but not mentally
o ar ordman.
Donald O uist wills his used flashbulbs to anyone who can make them mark a second
Dennis Cla ton wills his orange and black car to any driver that would like to let
owar olmes know where ever he goes.
Gertrude Johnson wills her ability to get in and out of jams to Charles Hohn.
DarIeHe AltHoff wills her experiments to some unsuspecting future chemistry
Stan Erickson wills his good driving habits to Clayton Johnson and his voice to
Larr Carlson only wishes that he had the will to will a will.
A ce Ban ers wills her ability to get home early from dates to Leella Paxton.
ArIen R ber wills his ability to get by with chewing gum in Mr. Gustafson's
c asses to anyone who wants to go broke.
Jame Berulson wills her front seat in Social to anyone who wants to sit so close
close to the front that you canft pull anything,
Nellie Cla ett wills her back seat in English to Pat Chaddock.
Ru 2 art w ls her ability to let her hair grow to Donna Tatro in hopes that she
won t get nscissor-happyn.
Dawn Numsen wills her ability to pick up paper to some talkative junior.
Robert Youn uist wills the ground on which Mora High School was built back to the
ndians in opes that they can replace it with something more useful.
Marlys and Pe Gotfredson will Wall their money bagsn to Delmore Ostrom and
layton o son.
Llo d Erickson wills his woodworking abilities.
anc ar ens wills her voice to Joyce Gittins in hopes that she will then do
some ng else with hers besides talk.
Richard Wenholz wills his chair in that cra-azy saxophone section to anyone who
cares to Have it.
John Strandlund wills his motorcycle to anyone who is stupid enough to take it.
Uavfd Westman wills his batting average in baseball to anyone who needs it.
Carl Uohdson wills all his gripes to Lee Thompson.
Donna 5anIeIson wills her ability to drop ink bottles and erasers to any future
Marl An stman wills her brown eyes to any junior girl that can make use of them.
enn s son w lls his athletic ability and sport column to Bob Sjoquist.
Elalne Mattson wills her ability to get to work on time to Sandra McGuire.
Ultfford Wroolie wills hid English paper and bookkeeping workbook to Harvey Kadlec,
provided Ee uses them right.
Eloise K lander wills her cooking and giggling ability to any future Home Ec
Sharon Hohn and Barbara Mork will to the future talkative Chemists their front now
seats in hopes that the get chatting privileges.
Janice Nordstrom wills her cgeerleading ability to anyone with a loud voice.
Alvern Krinke wills his teasing mannerism of his classmates to any deserving junior
Gene Harman wills his dimples to Jerry Larson.
dohn Hillman wills his cunning ways with Mr. Obert to Gene Kopp.
Zonnie Strandlund wills his tackling abilities to Ruth Ann Kilander.
Jerome Gotfredson wills his Bblllty to grow side-burns to Larry Weaver so he'll
have something to go with his mustache.
Anna Hovland wills her perfect attendance to anyone who just cannot stay away from
Mggion Lovaas wills her short hair to Mary Ellen Walker.
Delmer James wills his sixth hour assembly seat to any future student who cannot
Lula Seline wills her job in the cafeteria to anyone who wants to work with the
Marlys Forshier wills a driveway in the nForshier. Lakeberg, Peterson parking lotu
to Shelvie Bowen. -
Qlinton Waddell wills all his nicknames to his five sophomoresnephews: Ruddy, Roy,
onnfe, Dennis, and Jerry. His nicknames are Simon, Ponch, Slater, Marcus,
Janice Throndson wills her anklets to Lillian Breyen.
Shefla Woodteck wills her ability to have two horns at the same time to anyone who
' wants them.
Carol Lind wills her ability to hold her temper to Dave Collins.
Bots Ulson wills her ability to say the wrong things at the right times to anyone
who doesn't blush.
Elaine Rosnow wills her ability to dent a French Horn bell to Ruby Lucht because
WIIIard Nordman does all right by himself.
Donald Birkman wills his ability to wreck cars to any underclassman who can afford
Barbara Peterson wills her bottle of nLight and Brightn to anyone who can afford
to keep using it.
David Johnson wills his book in English to anyone who can take the course.
Tdomas Goldsmith wills his ability not to get dates to anyone who wants them and
Eds a5IIIty to set tacks under Mr. Ohm to Kenny Broostin.
Robert Mitchell, Larr .Rowle and Duane Oslin leave S. A. G. to Gerald Strandlund,
Clayton Edrg, and'Dennfg Rowley.
Richard Bowman wills his mustache to Donald Cassman.
Dewe Mattson wills his bashfulness toward women to Kenny Broostin.
er en z wills the hair he had cut in January after leaving it grow three months
to MF. Bergquist.
JoAnn Hathawa wills her seat in Mr. Ohm's English class to any underclassman who
es o freeze in the winter and boil in the summer.
June Gra wills her seat in Senior Choir to anyone who would like to gossip with
a 1 ler.
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Kary Ellen Walker, Eetty Lou Storlie, Sandra McGuire, Pat Sweeney, Donna Tatro,
Elaine Nastrom, Pat Killer. How 2: Frances Pangrel, Deanna Olson, Wayne DtrowhacK
Robert Ripka, Warren Stromback, Sheldon Nelson, Jerry Rufener, Paul Netland, Ron
Smith, Edna Rich, Ditty Westin, Sally Thomas. Row 5: LeRoy Qastrom, Roger Nelson,
Ronald Nork, James Telanier, Larry Okerstrom, Delmore Ostrom, Jerry Torrey,
Willard Nordman, Nathan Norberg, Merle Motschenbacher, James Atenstrom, Edward
Otte, Lee Thompson.
JUNIORS: Row l: June Jorgensen, Ruth Ann Kilander, Kathryn Dylund, Edna Lakeberg,
Shelvie Bowen, Jerry Anderman, Harvey Kadlec, James Campbell, Pat Chaddock, Alvera
Althoff, Ardys McCarty, Ruby Lucht, Charlotte Dickhoff. Row 2: David Ellingson,
Larry Boggs, Betty Hovlani, Muriel Hack, Donna Gotfredson, Douglas Johnson,
Charles Hohn, Don Bergstadt, Ramona Kile, Kay Cottrell, Donald Cassman, Gary
Harman, Row 5: Ann Pohlin, Florence Dochow, Eldon Anderson, Robert Cole, Gene
Kopp, Clayton Harms, Gordon Gotfredson, Jerry Larson, Eldon Carlson, Kenneth
Droostin, Joyce Gittins.
HDV w U Mo: How l: Mabel A na lda man
Harol Mwuiann, Jayne ffnborg, Darlene Voight, Phyllis oundberg, lrone Zell an.
fox H: John Jipku, henna Linglo, Carol Reynolds, Mary Maurer, Sharon Moe, Edith
tint, hwnnwth Jehwizt, Kiehard Veinmann, Weldon Smith, Darin Olson, Mary Westin,
gwrjwwie Qillwr, 'vtty Ritter, Miss Rasmussen, Row 5: Dennis Udean, Elton
otro hunk, Wwry LuJ'iQ, ,'.' Unrilyn Talley, fope Linder, Marilyn Znllman, Dorothy
Dnlin, Wonna fwwnt, Lwrlis Ueline, Janice Rasmussen, Donald Yeast, Richard
.wttuwn. Jo' .'.' 1: Tom Tho aa, Harald otrandlund, John Repo, Charles Woodbook,
but :P ,L wart, Jwm:s Lovlwnstrom, hlnard Miller, Quentin Waddell, David Uelvig
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QOrWeMOAn5: Row lc Jean son erson, erna
Jamea, gonja J nsen, Warren Ellingson, Davin Burk, Kenneth Hathaway, Vernon
Cassman, Charley 'earishear, LaVoene Hlofson, Row 2: Ann Derulson, Wetty Carr,
Mary June Kuhat, Deanna hdholm, Donald Anderson, Virginia Davis, Harry Gundorso
Jhmron 'u3nett, Audrey 'owen, Eleanor Wentz, Janice Lind. Row 5: James
Goldsmith, Dixie Gotfredson, Faune Greenwald, Nadine Anderson, Myron Kahle,
Gerry Holznafel, Darlene Ackerman, Deanna Hooten, Gordon Henriekson, JoAnn
Krawioeki, Miss Halverson. Row 4: Daniel Veekstrom, Lemoy Gries, Jerry
Christiansen, James Erickson, James Cole, David Derg, Leonard Kleven, David
Collins, Iiniwin Trovvn, Gary Wester.
FREsV-Ei: Row l: Robert Uergstadt, Connie Johnson, Eugene Aulich, Robert 'urk,
Sonja Rarman, Elaine Carlson, Mary Danielson, Carol Johnson, Douglas Eklund,
Dianne Enger, Judy Herulson, Ronald Drown. Row 2: Arnold Althoff, Cleone Epson,
Dale Greenwald, Lois Gotfredson, Donald Erickson, Alice Cashman, Dorothy lekius,
Richard Gosscn, Carol Gotfredson, Cora Rovland, Duane Engberg, Gerald Drennen,
Curtis Johnson. Row 5: Roger Hallstrom, Uarbara Christensen, Shirley Kohn,
Yvonne Carpenter, Danny Collins, Elaine Johnson, Dale Eraise, Joanne Erickson,
Kenny Karp, Albert Dreenen, Gary Anderson, Row 4: Mr. Wambheim, Sharon Crabtree,
Beverly Edlund, Richard Johnstone, Peter Anderson, James Christiansen, James
Armstrong, Ronald Carr, Arnold Engstrom, Joyce Erickson, Lillian 'reyen.
Louisa Nelson, Jeanette Stromberg, Pat Workman, Dennis Uelson, Richard Kubat,
Karolyn Solmonson, Donna Paxton, Arden Raymond. Row 2: Cordelia Kitchell, Pat
Renstrom, Janice Holin, David Schultz, Leslie Schultz, Deverly Kadlec, Richard
Reynolds, lichard Schultz, Corrine Kent, Norland Seals, Shirley Williams, Janie
Westman. Row 5: Harvey Nastrom, James Ryberg, Mary Ann Mohrenweiser, La Mae
Otterson, Nancy Sande, Sylvia Steckelberg, Jylvia Wolford, Sandra Torrey, Doreen
Scott, Sharon Yeast, Kerwyn Larson, Melvin Kadar. Row 4: Miss Vik, Richard
Ryberg, Jesse Ritter, Larvin Simons, Merlin soderstrom, Dallas Olson, Myrtle
Strom, Janet Mattson, Sheldon Zellman, Larry Weaver, Donald Whiteside, Gerald
Maas, Sandra McGuire.
FREQIMEN: Row l: Pat Longworth, Karen Solmonson, Roland Sogn, Vivian Kreisel,
th Wfk Q: fwl l: Uarl Lilnnzfv, Lowlso lnlorloa, Marian Krojaol, Annftpo
fmatbwll, Ann Lwiwv, Au.n-y hylan.ov, Hhwron Johnson, iosanlo Loption, Qnaron
Lr:o:k, Jwnluw Wmlbwy, Mkllion uvk, Dunno wrnoa. Coi .',' S: Douglas Johnson,
o1n'w J Luxor, Lwlvif halw, onnl Llnvlw, Phillip Cottroll, Joann olinshi,
Dmxii Maw L U, 'oyulz Irion, Donal! mavtwnn, hurt Mant, ..'. avlya Ivost, R1uNu'l
n-mlmon, Hlw Lon Hviu nom, ,flznn arnhurt. Dow 3: 'rothor KNn1mll, Juno fan-
ol, TJl?'!Tl'? lion ull, .-mir". I:1:'l.3or:, Prml liylarxl-P, K,gnnN:l,l1 Ilatlxason, Lozioy Yanliovs,
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fhmidt, Lavin Ulwan, Xtawloy ,nar, Mary Randall, Arlan Williams, Bonny Lou
rohflbwrv, Dwnnia Hugtron, Pat Ripka. Row 2: David Miller, Warriot Stromberg,
Vit Yugtby, Janwlln Lodall, Ruth Jnndborg, Craig Jtrmndbnrg, Loonard Simon,
ffLVON ll Jtnombaok. Low J: Patty Jovorin, Judy Oalund, Lldore Miller, Deanna
H tordyk, Orin Molin, ,vnvat Jordan, Varnoy Pierce, Harvey Monronwoisor, Gonnll
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7th GRADE: Row l: Sandra Mattson, June Tatro, Virginia Workman, Lee Stainbrook,
narhara Jundherg, Larry Wallace, Martin Carlson, John Posey, Geraldine Rau, Kay
Pierson, Larry Celine. Row 2: Laurence Sande, Thomas Olson, Janet Sundit,
Rosalco Thomas, Frank Steiner, Patricia Oles, Harlys Oosterhuis, Janice Hygron,
nary Jundstrom, Thelma Otteson, Gary Stork. Row 5: Marvin york, Karen
Richardson, Nancy Swanson, Ronita Sundin, Sandra Talley, Geanne.Pierce, Donna
Tool, Joyce Oquist, Jerald Lundjren, Craig Wurzl, Carl Wild.
7th Grade: Row l: Ralph Bullford, Thomas Anderman, Richard Longworth, Richard
Larson, Kathryn Hanson, Vernon Foust, Gloria Burk, Janice Christiansen, Elwyn
Erickson, Donald Herr, Gary Burelson. Row 2: Donald Fritchie, Steven Hendershot,
Wayne Chermack, Roger Engelson, David DeChaney, Marilyn Berg, Joseph Gries, Gary
Erickson, Glen Erickson, Carter Altman, Gary Engstrom. Row 5: Benjie Krawiecki,
Barbara Engstrom, Mary Lou Kleven, Janet Forshier, Kathryn Hanson, James Evenson,
James Anderson, Sharon Hake, Lucille Akkerman, Sharen Buckley, LeRoyce Hohn.
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I utes: onnie Johnson, Pat Longworth, John Repp, Karin Olson, Judy Choan,
Delores Rosnow. Glocks: Darlene Westman, Marion Kreisel. Percussion: Arlayne
Falk, Tom Thomas, Kudrey Wowen, Sharon Johnson, Janice Moline, Cleon Epson,
David Ellingson, Kurt Kent. Bass: Shelvie Bowen, John Barnes, Eldon Carlson,
Harvey Nastrom. Baritone: Wally Oien, Sheila Woodbeck, Merwyn Larson.
Saxo hones: Jo Ann Krawiecki, Sharon Moe, Richard Wenholz, Pat Renstrom, Roseann
Lopticn, erry Andcrman, Pat Miller, Mary Danielson, Nadine Anderson. French
Horn: Elaine Rosnow, Ruby Lucht, Willard Nordman. Trombones: Tom Heuer, Don
Erickson, Ronald Johnson, Myron Kahle, Jerry Lundgren, Nancy Swanson. Cornets:
Corrine Kent, Deanna Olson, Danny Collins, Jim Nordenstrom, Joel Carlson, Louise
Inderleo, Lois Gotfredson, Pat Westby, Dennis Anderson, Joyce Gittins, Douglas
Johnson. Clarinets: Barbara Mork, Evelyn Krawiecki, Mary Maurer, Janice
Nordstrom, Gertrude Johnson, Marlys Gotfredson, Marlyn Angstman, Carolyn Murray,
Donna Lingle, Deanna Edholm, Shirley Hohn, Elaine Johnson, Marion Lovaas.
Director: Burt Johnson. Student Director: John Barnes.
Clarinets: Elaine Johnson, Kathryn Hanson, John Erickson, Carol Gotfredson,
ckley, Patricia Korf, Harriet Stromberg, Mavis McKinnon, Janice Westman,
Beverly Kadlec, Janet Danger. Percussion: Sharon Johnson, Wayne Chermack, Kurt
Kent, Vivian Kreisel. Flutes: Delores Rosnow, Judy Choan. Saxo hones: Rosanne
Loptien, Sandra Humphery, Grace Erickson. Baritones: Merwyn arson, anice
Dalbey, John Jacobs. Cornets: Joel Carlson, Patricia Westby, Louise Inderlee,
Lois Gotfredson, Douglas Johnson, Ann Maier, Bob Thomas. Trombones: Ronald
Johnson, Jerry Lundgren, Nancy Swanson, Ronnie Larson. Basses: Harvey Nastrom,
Director: Durt Johnson. Student Director: Donald Erickson.
Girls Sextette: Marlyn Angstman, Donna
Danielson, Peggy Gotfredson, Ardys
McCarty, Muriel Hack, Nancy Martens,
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Clarinet Quartette: Barbara Mork, Flute Quartette: Connie Jghnggn
Evelyn Krawiecki, Janice Nordstrom, Karin Olson, John Rapp, and Pat ,
and Gertrude Johnson. Longworth,
Saxophone Quartette: Pat Miller, Mary Brass Sextette: Wally Oien, Tom
Danielson, Sharon Moe, and JoAnn Heuer, John Barnes, Elaine Rosnow,
Krawieoki Deanna Olson, and Corrine Kent.
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Maurer, Sharon Moo, Auth Kilandor, Patricia Qwsenoy, Patricia Millor, Hvolyn
Krawiocki, Juno Jorponsen, Darlcno Wostman, Narlyn Angstman. Row D: Ruby Luoht,
Ardys McCarty, Lhclby Grahck, Donna Daniolson, Marlys Cotfrsdson, Sharon Vohn,
Hnhy Mart, Muriol Tack, Joann Hathaway, Hortrudo Johnson, Carol Lind, Richard
Wcinmann, Tom Ullinnxon, Penny GotVrwdson, Mary Walkor, Karin Olson, Yvonno
Johnson. Now 5: James Goldsmith, JoAnn Krawiecki, Marilyn Talloy, June Gray,
Janico Thronlson, Arlon Xyborp, Richard Mattson, Darbara Mork, Daniol Nockstrom,
ArlaYno Falk, Cary Ludwig, Myron Kahlo, Jhoila Woodbcck, JoAnno Erickson,
Kilo, Hlaino Xosnow, Nancy Martens. Row 4: Loo Thompson, Eldon Andorson,
Uwlvig, John 'urnos, Leonard Klovon, Zonnic Jtrandlund, Wally Oion, Stanlcy
Hrickson, Alvorn Krinkw, John Hillman, Dclmoro Ostrom, Larry Okorstrom, Jorry
Christinnon, David Collins, Dennis Clayton, Eldon Carlson, wholdon Nelson, Mr.
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Junior Choir: Row l: Connie Johnson, Donna Paxton, Karon SSolnonson, Vivian
Kroisel, Louisa Iolson, stanley spar, Tom Willett, Patricia Yorkman, Richard
Kubat, David Killer, Karolyn Soluonson, Patricia Lonrworth, Row 2: James
Evenson, Elaine Carlson, Cleone Epsen, Patricia Wcstby, Kurt Kent, Eileen
Earnhart, Curtis Johnson, Dale Greenwald, Corrine Kent, Mary Danielson, Roland
Sogn, Carol Johnson, Diane Enger, Janice Westman. Row 5: Lois Cotfrelson,
Dorothy Bekins, Cora Hovland, Judy Cslund, Beverly Kadlcc, Sandra Torrey,
Sylvia Wolford, Iancy Sanie, Carol Gotfredson, Mavis McKinnon, Lalae Otteson,
Janice Molin, Patricia Renstrom, Kathryn Hanson. Row 4: Kr. Wanbheim, Yvonne
Carpenter, Shirley Vohn, Judy McGuire, Elaine Johnson, Daniel Collins, Joyce
Erickson, Kerlin Soderstrom, Arnold Engstrom, Devcrly Edlund, Dale Erase,
Sharen Crabtree, Joanne Erickson, Sylvia Steckelberg, Arnold Althoff.
Annual Staff: Row l: Darlene Westman, Evie Krawiecki, Kathryn Eylund, Sharon
Hohn, Edna Lakeberg, Elaine Uastrom, Janice Nordstrom. Row 2: Evie Eogqontein,
Sheila Woodbeck, Dawn Numsen, Darlene Althoff, Nancy Martens, Gertrude Johnson,
Elaine Rownow, Row 5: Mr. Obert, Barbara Peterson, Richard Wenholz, Darbara
Mork, Elaine Mattson, Eldon Carlson, Kenneth Droostin.
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Ellwv, Uwvwl Hwuwmnn, Jmnice Nordstrom. dow 2: Kfthryn 'ylund, Elaino
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Grunwald, June Jorgensen. Row 24 Sharon Bassett, Jerry Strandlund, Leonard
Kleven, Robert Cole, Robert Sjoquist, Joel Carlson. Row 5: Zonnie Strandlund,
Wally Oien, John Hillman, Darrell Olson, Stanley Erickson, Mr. Schweppe.
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Doluer James, Lellie Claegett, Jane Vurelson, Renee Johnson, Donna Danielson,
Row 2: Kr. Thompson, Lloyd Erickson, Elaine Iattson, Jerome Gotfredson, Alvern
Krinke, John Htrandlund, Conrad Schultz, Carl Johnson.
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Mitchell, William Posey. Row 2: Robert Ripka, Dennis Rowley, Eldon Carlson,
LeRoy Nastrom, Edward Otte, Gary Boster. Row 5: Mr. NGlSOD, LQPPY 0kSPStPOm,
Delmore Ostrom, Donald Birkman, Gene Kopp, Richard Bowman.
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woman Vmghww, J-miw- Hnvigtvo , 1mr1 no 'o3twwn, .'4' Zuth Ki1wnloP. Row Q: Wonna
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Hlwinw mnthgwn, wvbnrw Lovk, Donna Oquint, Joyow Uittinu, Atty fystin, Ann
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A1vwVH A1Ll,VV, Jnwlviw owwn, nulvvj owon, WQPO1 WoEFPoMmon, Anna Tov1nni.
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LaVonne Elofson, Patricia Uestby, Joyce Oquist, Karen Richardson, Rosanne Lopti
Ann Berulson, Judy Berulson, Bonnie Steckelberg. Row 2: Sharon Johnson, Shirl
Williams, Donna Tool, Leella Paxton, Lois Olson, Lois Gotfredson, Corrine Kent,
Sonja Jensen, Betty Ritter, Larjorie Miller, Marlys Drost, Sonja Harman, Tarrie
Stromberg. Row 52 Audrey Kylander, Sharon Moe, Karin Olson, Judy Oslund, Sandra
Torrey, Deanna Edholm, Mary Ann Mohrenwciser, Sylvia Wolford, Lahae Ottcson,
JoAnn Krawiecki, Mary Kubat, Patricia Ghaddock, Mary Westin, Edith Rich, Janice
Molin, Janet Stromberg. Row 4: Miss Ganas, Sylvia Steckelberg, Jane Hanson,
Jo Ann Erickson, Elaine Johnson, Lillian Breyen, Faune Greenwald, Donna Oquist,
Kay Grunwald,.Edna Rich, Nadine Anderson, Betty Westin, Sharon Crabtree, Shelvi
Bowen, Eloise Kylander, Miss Goranson.
FFA: Row l: Doug Eklund, Curtis Johnson, Kenneth Schmidt, Melvin Kadar, Bob
Mitchell, Harvey Nastrom, Larry Rowley, Bill Posey, David Burk, Duane Engberg,
Norland Seals, Dennis Nelson. Row 2: Dick Gossen, Roger Hallstrom, Bob Ripka,
Joe Oslin, Donald Whiteside, Ronald Carr, Sheldon Zellman, Merlin Soderstrom,
Marvin Simmons, Dick Johnstone, Harry Gunderson, James Campbell, Arnold Althoff
Dennis Udean. Row 5: Mr. Nelson, Ernest Nastrom, Robert Williams, John Barnes
James Erickson, Dick Bowman, Don Birkman, Larry Okerstrom, Nathan Horberg, Jerr,
S ran und, Ed Otte, Dennis Rowley, Eldon Carlson, Gary Boster.
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HAH TEAJ: Seated: Gene Kopp, Gary Linder, Dennis Olson, Wally Oien, Clinton
Waddell, Jerry Larson, Jerry Torrey. Standing: Coach Jocko Nelson, Assistant
Coach bob Brimi, Willard Nordman, John Repp, Gerry Birkman, Paul Netland, Kenneth
droostin, Team Manager Gerald lolznajel, Assistant Coach Clyde Newton.
Mora finished the season with 9 wins and l4 losses.
The highlight of the year was winning the Sub-District and
beating Anoka 55-52 in the first round of the District
Tournament. Lora lost to Braham in the semi-final round.
Jerry Larson made the All-Conference Team and set a
new school scoring record with 505 points. Repp and Linder
made the All-Sub-District Team. The all-District Team had
not been picked at the time of this writing. Captain Wally
Oien, Gary Linder, Dennis Olson, and Clinton Waddell are
the senior squad members,
This also was Coach Jack Nelson's final year in bas-
ketball as Assistant Coach Bob Drimi moves up to take over
as Varsity Coach, Mr. Nelson will have only football and
Close games seemed to be the style as four or five of
fora's losses were by scant margins. Also, the Mustangs
won two one-point decisions. Summing up, it was a pretty
decent year in a rough league.
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MCH TEAM: Row l: Melvin 'alv, Kurt Kent, Kgnnoth Mattson, Joel Carlson, Vob
'1rnv'::s, Rioimrl Lorvwortlw. iiow 23: Coach llovvton, Gary Stark, Cflllflf Strandburg,
Jon fir-jog, Imvlf! Llillwr, Goorve Friondshuh, lionry liutsnhoff. Row 5: Wenjie
Krrxwioclfi, Ronald Johnoon, Doufjlas Norstrom, Arlen Williams, Gary Engstrom,
DfmnQl,fl wr-ifrs, Grnjyi Yfurzl, 'flnvno Morehouse.
Baseball Team: Row l: dobert Ripka, David Westman, Quentin Tadlell, Robert
Sjoquist, Dennis Olson, James Campbell, Row 2: Hr. Hewton, Zonnie Qtrandlund,
Wally Oien, Gary Linder, Delmore Ostrom, David Berg,
Lettermen: Row l: James Goldsmith, Jum Campbell, Bob Williams, Bob Sjoquist,
Kenneth Broostin, David Westman. Row 2: Bob Cole, John Repp, Quentin Waddell,
Zonnie Strandlund, Denny Olson, David Collins, Hoy Gries. Row 5: Jerry Larson,
Jerry Torrey, Stanley Erickson, Gary Linder, Donald Birkman, Delmore Ostrom, Wally
Midnight! It's neither early nor late!
Gertie Johnson stumb
dreams along -------
John Hillman finishe
les downstairs for an onion sandwich to help her
the chlorophyll toothpaste will get a workout in the
d his chemistry assignment -- or so he says!
nPercyu Heuer deep in dreams, gives his pillow a little squeeze!
Gordie Sorenson fini
Clayton Oosterhuis d
Edna Lakeberg and El
Mr. Obert has a nigh
Larry Carlson sings
Ray Renstrom decides
get that chance too
Clinton Waddell arri
morning with a flash
Mr. Ohm tries to sta
Mr. Ohm'starts to hi
Arlen Ryberg takes a
All over the buildin
Shelby Grahek almost
break a record?
Arlen Ryberg just go
Paul Netland starts
Paul didn't get his
Paul gets a
Pooch Boster ubarksn
Mirror Staff finally
Bell rings. CMirror
Miss Halverson tries
Miss Halverson stand
Mr. Ohm sits on a ta
shes his daily letter to Bethel!
head home to Mora.
asleep and snore in perfect
ecides it's about time to
aine Nastrom finally fall
tmarell ! There'll be a Social test in the
nHeigh-ho, heigh-ho, it's
to go to school today --
ves at school picking his
rt his vehicle.
peek at today's Social quiz.
g, knowledge-crazy kids get down to work.
made it on time today ------- but then, who wants to
off to the barn I go.n
--- after all, one doesn't
way through the early
t an HAH in that Social quiz ---- some people got all
his algebra assignment.
assignment finished. -
he starts assignment again plus a slight addition.
and wakes them all up.
gets down to work after thlrty minutes of
Staff Motto: Tomorrow is another dayl.
to quiet the 4th hour assembly.
s in library doorway: nWon't that bell ever ring?n
Mr. Ohm: nlt may have taken awhile but I got the point in the end.n
Dennis Clayton and John Barnes are just getting ready to blow up their
BOOM! One thistle t
windows - y5oo.oo.
Physics class makes
Lee Thompson.has a c
Pat Miller and June
Students are npushedn
the barricade and ge
Girls basketball team
Girls basketball team
Darrell Olson dons a
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ube - 55f, five test tubes - 31.28, and ten glass
mass migration -- to get some fresh air.
omplaint. Complaint number l,599,657,100.9.
Gray confide all -- in the middle of nEra of Peace.n
out the doors, but a few valiant fighters defeat
to sit out ten more minutes in the library.
makes its first basket.
frilly apron and starts sweeping the floor of the
Ardent movie fans turn around to see the evening's main feature -- the
back row in action.
Gary Linder decides
Gary enters the thea
The Mirror comes out
two impatient nsuper
It's time for all nl
to go to the show, but who should he take?
tre with John Hillman on one arm and Wally Oien on
tomorrow. The Sports Editors are being plagued by
ittlen freshmen to be in bed.
Traffic problem in front of the Stump.
fhlvern Krinke is seen eating at the Stump -- a ketchup sundae, one dill
pickle, and some tea
Alvern makes a hasty
Nancy Martens creeps
exit for home.
out of the staff room -- Sharon Hohn follows. The
sports page is finall done!
And-Mora has completes another day.
IUSTASG staff members wish to thank the -Allowing business firms for tboi- loyal
support in making tuis yearbook possible:
TIRKJR AND JOfHSO.
C. Tinker and A. Johnson, Props.
EEIILIAE LA,.D AN' IAQJRALCL AGENCY
Charles Corline, Prop.
LORA PLASTEQILG COMPANY
J, E. Nordenstroi, Prop.
QfAlTElJ",URG l.,PLEA .LIT
Jake Hanenburg, Prop.
ZETTERTERC TARDWARE COMPANY
Marcus Zetterberg, Prop.
NORA DRUG COQPAJY
'Harold ianson, Prop.
UALL DRUG COLPANY
Virgil Hall, Prop.
LEWIS DEPAATQEQT QTORE
Janes Olson, Lgr.
THE COTTAGE CAFE
Ed Battle, Prop.
Arvo fannu, Prop.
ElYK.AN'S EERVICE QTATION
Victor Erykman, Prop.
KANABEC TA IDTVIARE
Frank Gorham, Prop.
BEAT EQEALKLIN JTORE
Joe Theis, Prop.
MAURER'5 RADIO AID ELECTRIC
Fred Maurer, Prop.
Den Krawiecki, Prop.
Wes Rydell, Prop.
MORA CLOTYIIG COMPANY
Den Nelson, Prop.
STENSTROM ' S JEWELRY STORE
Harold Stenstrom, Prop.
Robert Longworth, Mgr.
STIC-ELI JEVELERS 'A
Tenry Stigen, Prop.
MORA ELOLER AID GIFT LJYOP
Theron W. Helius, Prop.
NELSON VARIETY AID GIET aiOP
Ed Nelson, Prop.
James Cadwell, Prop.
Jim Wilson, Prop.
NORA BOWLI G LA ES
Chas, Reese, Prop.
CELTRAL LURDER COLPANY
Clarence Swanson, Mgr.
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Arnold Nehring, Prop.
Gordon Mork, Prop.
EIS ER NOTOR COQPAIY
W. Fisher and W, Heuer, Props.
Ioward Ellens, Prop.
WIQIIEVS CAl EIT STOP
'inniw Oldenkamp, Prop.
DRESSER ENR ITURE
George Olson, Prop.
Pdilip Olson, Prop.
RAUYJ CAOCEIV STORE
Al Rau, Prop.
BERRY QTOE STORE
T. E. Derry, Prop.
ELITE LAULDRY AND CLEA ERS
Lawrence Cdencrans, Prop.
EAST SIDE CAPE
Iarold Cries, Prop.
PINE GROVE Tm.
hrs. Violet Deaver, Mgr.
KA.A2EC STATE DA.K
Enink Powers, Pros,
Robert Deck, Prop.
A. R. Mattson, Ljr.
Hugo Rolmstron, Prop.
LARSON IMPLEAEJT COAPA Y
Claude Larson, Prop.
RUSS' AUTO WORKS
Russ Johnson, Prop.
GLUN'S SERVICE STATYOT
Glen Johnstone, Prop.
Leo Andorman, Prop.
HORT, SIDE AUTO PARTS
Philip Carlson, Prop.
EDSTROM INsURA CE AGENCY
Ole Edstrom, Prop.
STANDARD OIL STATION
Pat Nelson, Prop. -
EDDIE AND ESTTERYS in
E. Naumann and R. Naumann, Props
GHAMPA STUDIOS fo . '
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