The 1951 Raider is presented by the Senior Class
of Morgan High School.
MORGAN HIGH SCHOOL
Florine Ziegenhagen . . Editor-in-Chief
Herbert Mattke . . . Business Manager
Lloyd Hollingsworth. . . . . .Advisor
We would 11ke to express our gratltude for l1v1ng 1nth1s thrlvxngcommuruty
w1th 1fS many new homes and busmess places enlarg1ng lt more each year
We are glad that we hve 1n a communlty whose resources are so great and
whose lands are sO rlch
We the sen1ors of 1951 would l1ke to take th1s opportumty to thank you,
the Morgan Commumty for what you have done to help make our school what
lt IS now and for the clean up to date recreat1ona1fac111t1es you have prov1d
ed for us
To the Morgan Communxty w1th 1tS many flne homes places of bus1ness
farms and forms of recreat1on we ded1cate our 1950 1951 Annual
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Wallace Zaske A E Hartzell
I.. A Klelnschmldt H W Mattke
Slx Well known bus1ness men of thls com
mun1ty make up the board of educatmn Three
of them are connected w1th large bus1ness
concerns and the others own the1r own small
bus1nesses These c1v1c mlnded c1t1zens do
thexr utmost to see that the commumty has a
well run school and efflclent teache rs. Dur1ng
the1r frequent rneetlngs they d1scuss and
settle the var1ous matters concern1ng the
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Principal and Social Studies
3rd and 4th Grade
5th and 6th Grade
lst and 2nd Grade
Sciences and Coach
ROBERT WINEGARDEN, Ir.
High Coach, Marr and Science
WILLIAM SA NDON
BERNICE BJORK MAN
Anna Maye Hansen
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Way back on September Z, 1947, thirty-three eager
freshmen entered into Morgan High School to start their
forward climb to ahigher education. The election of officers
brought out some inte resting results. President named was
Bob Bradley, Vice President, Maxine Huschkeg Treasurer,
Herb Mattkeg and Secretary, Jeanette Uhlenkamp. Phyliss
Menk and Darryl Schwerzler were elected to the Student
Council. Many of the freshmen took active part in athletics.
The Jr. High Basketball team won the tournament which
was held at Fairfax.
Thirty-one members returned on September 7, 1948.
The two who were absent were Ronnie Zimmerman, who
had dropped out the year before, and Maxine Huschke, who
decided to go to school out in Washington. The officers
elected were:President, Leroy Kollg Vice President, Janet
Menkg Secretary, Orlin Engle, Treasurer, Herb Mattke.
Jeanie Uhlenkamp and Billy Zaske were elected to the
Student Council. Phyliss Menk moved to Franklin during
On the sixth day of September, twenty-eight students re-
turned to the Junior Class for the '49 and '50 year. Those
who dropped from the class were: De rald Schroeder, Charles
Staffl, and Audrey Benson. The class officers that were
chosen for that year are as follows: President, Darryl
Schwerzlerg Vice President, Ruthie Frommg Secretary,
Mary Ann Gewe rthg and Treasurer, Maxine Huschke.
"Mickey" had decided to return to her own classmates and
friends again. Student Council representatives were Janet
Menk and Herbert Mattke.
September 5, 1950, twenty-five eager-beavers entered
Morgan High to begin their Senior year. Two more students
dropped out, namely: Kenny Nolting and Pearl Wendt. Russell
Hansen transferred to Winthrop to complete his education.
Class officers who were elected to guide the mighty seniors
were: President, Harlan I-Ioffbeckg Vice President, Norman
Anderson, Secretary, Anna Maye Hansen, and Treasurer,
Delrose Ricke. Those selected for the Student Council were
Maxine Huschke and Billy Zaske. Florine Ziegenhagen was
elected Editor of the annual. The annual field trip to Fair-
bault and St. Peter was made on the 10th of November. Skip
Day was celebrated by taking in the "Ice Follies, "
On the first day of June the mighty seniors hope to receive
a signed diploma in order to graduate into the outside world.
Every year as graduatron trme rolls around the same questron arrses What wrll become of the graduatrng class? On thrs nrce day
rn 1966 we take off rn our flyrng saucer to see just what has happened to the class that graduated way back rn 1951
Way up rn the Rocky Mountarns we come upon a bearded prospector whom we recognrze on second glance as our old classmate
Norman Anderson He has been up rn these mountarns ever srnce graduatron and has fmally struck rt rrch Hrs clarm rs estrmated to
be worth 556 483 36
Next we head for New York where we have heard of a sensatronal new chef at the Waldorf Astorra Upon arrrvrng we drscover that
rt rs none other than Bob Bradley He rs especrally well known for hrs recrpe of Irrsh Goulash a drsh orrgrnated at the 1950 fresh
As we travel southward toward Florrda we chance to see an old 48 Jalopy stalled on the road below Berng krnd of heart we
qurckly land to ard thrs poor traveler To our surprrse we frnd rt rs Orlrn Engel who IS now a travelrng salesman for the Tours Jours
French Perfume Company Local reports have rt that Orhn rs really lrvrng up to the reputatron of all travelrng salesman
Arrrvrng rn Florrda we vrsrt the Jrnglrng Srsters wrnter trarnrng camp Thrs lS the foremost crrcus rn the world today Thrs year
as therr specral attractron they are featurrng Mrss Ruth Fromm, The Largest Lady rn the Land Ruthre says the Florrda clrmate and
marrred lrfe have contrrbuted to her ample 660 pounds
We now take a short trrp back to New York where we stop to hear Madame Machusla QMary Ann Gewerth rn real lrfej at the Old
Opera House Tonrght she 1S srngrng the long opera Carmen We hear that she rs plannrng to marry her leadtng man Ezro Prnza rn
the near future
Agarn we wrng skyward and thrs trme we are Arrzona bound We are gorng to vrsrt Anna Maye Hanse the great lrterary genrus
She has Just completed her 23rd book entrtled Hope the Solutron for Worry
In a small town near Anna Maye s home we frnd Ann Jean Harder now better known as Mrs Adolph Creseutwrenchel Anrue
operates the Purebred Bulldog Kennel whrch she says rs qurte easy because she has the help of her nrne sons
Returnrng to Mrnnesota we stop rn Mrnneapolrs to see the Lakers play Playrng center rs Harlan Hoffbeck who rs acclarmed by
all sports wrrters as a second Mrkan He now recerves a yearly salary of S80 000
Saucerrng westward we stop at a lrttle country grocery store rn South Dakota Much to our surprrse we frnd Mrckey Huschke 15
the proprretor She explarned to us that she doesn t plan on stayrng here more than a year We suppose that she has frnally set the
brg day As you remember she recerved a dramond from Clarence Brown a mere fourteen years ago
Mrckey told us to stop and vrsrt the presrdent of the Raprd Crty Bank as we would probably enjoy seerng hrm We certarnly drd
for lt was none other than Donald P Johnson Don tells us that he has frnally marrred hrs hrgh school sweetheart Betty and together
they have clrmbed to the top of the el1te Raprd Crty socral set
Now we saucer back to Washrngton D C where there IS a frerce battle rargrng on the floor of the House Here Speaker of the
House Leroy Koll has been frlrbusterrng for 25 days He rs tryrng to prevent the now aged Sam Raeburn from rntroducrng hrs Equal
Rrghts for Women brll
On returnrng westward we stop at Chrcago to see some places of rnterest At the Chrcago Zoo we are amazed to frnd that the
Keeper of the Monkey House rs Mr Herb Monk Mattke
Whrle we are rn Chrcago, we see a brg attracuon at the audrtorrum Dorothy Mererdmg The Most Graceful Woman on Wheels
rs tryrng to wrn the world champronshrp roller skatrng crown
Glancrng through aCh1cago paper we nouced that a local burlesque was featurrng none other than Bubbles LaRue who we knew
better by the name of Janet Menk
We are now gorng to stop rn southern Mrnnesota to see Lots Nelson who rs still happrly teachrng rn a lrttle rural school Lors loves
her work and plans on makrng rt her lrfe s career
Westward agarn thts trme for the 8 000 acre E V A N Ranch owned by Delbert Otto who has become a very successful cattleman
rn northern Montana Peanre was marrred three years ago to a rodeo queen Now they are blessed wrth two lrttle broncobusters
As we zrp along rn our saucer who should go streakmg by 1n a new model Jet frghter but Delrose Rrcke Srnce graduatron she has
become a test prlot for Boemg Arrcraft Company
Landmg at Hollywood we discover that Delores Rothmerer has become foremost fashron desrgner for M G M and rrght now she
rs workrng on a very rmportant project Deiores is desrgnrng Margaret O Brren s thxrd trousseau
We asked Delores about Donald and she rnformed us that he rs now a magrcran known as Maga the Mystrc Rrght now he IS rn
San Drego grvrng an astounding performance He became rnterested rn thrs art at the Junror Class play back rn Morgan Hrgh
As rt rs Sunday mornrng we stop at a small mrssron rn southern Callfornra Here we are dumb founded to frnd Reverend Darryl
Schwerzler grvrng a sermon agarnst the evrls of wrne, women, and song
As we saucer over Arrzona we see a huge cloud of dust travelrng raprdly across the desert Swoopmg down to rnvestrgate, we drs
cover Joan Sell practrcrng for her next stock car race Her car rs a beautrful blue model wrth a cut down Ford engme loan has
named her car the Hubba Hubba Specral Qreportedly after an old flame 1
Home agarn rn Morgan we decide to look up the rest of the class We're sure that you have all heard about Darla Steffl but rn
case you haven t read the latest we w1ll rnform you Dana and her husbandhave become the proud parents of sextuplets The babies
who are now srx months old have been named Cresence Chrrstrne, Clarabelle Cletus Clarence, and Clement
The nut of the Class of 51 has certarnly changed her ways She has Jorned a select branch of the W T C U Thrs group of
courageous women pledge to a hfe of srlence rn order to make up for all the evrl and carousrng 1n the world today In case you drdn t
recognrze thrs person it is Jeame Uhlenkamp
B111 Zaske who recently recerved hrs doctor s degree rn Grammar and Spellrng, rs now at Yale Wrllram rs reported to have a
very good chance to wm thrs year s Nobel Prrze for Educatton
Seems as though we picked the rrght person to be edrtor of our 51 annual Florrne Zregenhagen has Just been appornted edrtor of
the Denver Post and rs well known for dynamrc edrtorrals
Looks hke the Class of 51 rs very successful and happy Let s hope that the class really has a very happy future
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NORMAN ANDERSON -'Louie'
Baseball 3,4, Class Officer 4, Class Play 3, Declam 3,4,
Magazine Drive Manager 4, One-act Play 3, Track 1,2, 3,
ROBERT BRADLEY "Bob"
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Class
Officer Ig Football 1,2, 3, 4, Library Club Ig Track 1,2, 3,
ORLIN ENGEL "Bil1"
Boys Chorus 1, Class Officer 2.
RUTH FROMM "Rudy"
ClassOfficer 3,Class Play 3,Girls Chorus I,2,3,4, Journ-
alism 3,4, Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4g Officer Assistant 4,
Queen Candidate 4, Rooters Club 1,2, 3, 4.
MARY ANN GEWERTH "MutZie"
Class Officer 3, Class Play 3, Girls Chorus 1,2, 3,4, Journ-
alism 3,4, Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3,4, One-Act Play Ig Rooters
Club 1,2, 3.4.
ANNA MAYE HANSEN "Amy"
Class Officer 4, Class Play 3, Declam 3, 4, Girls Chorus I,
2, 3, 4, Journalism 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1,
2, 3,4, Mixed Octette 1, 2, Office Assistant 4, Queen Can-
didate 4, Rooters Club I,2, 3.4.
ANN JEAN HARDER "Annie"
Declam 3,4, Girls Chorus 1,2, 3,4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4,
Journalism 1,2, 3,4, Roolers Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
HARLAN HOFFBECK "Hoff"
Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys Chorus l,2, 4, Class
Officer 4, Class Play 3, Football2, 3,4, MixedChorus l,2,
4, Track 2, 3,4.
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MAXINE HUSCHKE "Mickey"
Class Officer 1, 35 Class Play 35 Girls Chorus 3,45 Home-
coming Queen 45 Journalism 1, 3, 45 Library Club I ,3,45
Magazine Drive Leader 35 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Student
Council 45 Rooters Club l,3,4Q Queen Candidate 3.
DONALD JOHNSON " Snoose"
Baseball 45 Basketball 25 Boys Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 25
LEROY KOLL " Hunce"
Basketball I,2,3,45 Boys Chorus I,2,4g Class Officer 25
Class Play 35 Football 2,3,45 Journalism 1,2,45 Library
Club lg Mixed Chorus l,2,45 One-act Play 35 "Raider" Ed-
HERBERT MATTKE "Monk"
Annual Staff 45 Basketball I,2,3,45 Boys Chorus l,2,4g
Class Officer 1,25 Football 3,45 Journalism l,2,45 Mag-
azine Drive Leader 25 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 45 One-act Play 1,
35 Student Council 3.
DOROTHY MEIERDING "Tony"
Band 3,45 Declam 3,45 Girls Chorus I,2,3,45 Journalism
45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Rooters Club l,2, 3.4.
JANET MENK "Jan"
Class Officer 25 Class Play 35 Cheerleader 1, 2, 35 Girls Cho-
rus 2, 3,45 Journalism 3,45 Library Club 1,35 Mixed Chorus
2, 3,45 Queen Candidate 45 Rooters Club 1,2, 3,45 Student
LOUIS NELSON "Nellie"
Band 1,2, 3, 45 Class Play 35 Declam 3, 45 Girls Chorus 1,2,
3,45 Journalism I,3,4g Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 Office
Assistant 45 Rooters Club 1, 2, 3. 4.
DE LBERT OTTO "Peanie"
Baseball 3,45 Basketball I,2, 3, 45 Boys Chorus 1, 25 Foot-
ball 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 25 Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
DELROSE RICKE "Rosie"
Band I,2, 3,45 Class Officer 45 Declas 3,45 Girls Chorus
1,45 Mixed Chorus 1,45 Rooters Club I,2, 3,4,
DELORES ROTHMEIER "Dee"
Girls Chorus 3,45 Journalism 35 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Rooters
Club r,z, 3,4.
DONALD ROTHMEIER "Don"
Class Play 3.
DARRYL SCHWERZLER "Blackie"
Baseball 3,45 Basketball l,2,3,4g Boys Chorus 45 Class
Officer 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Journalism 45 Library Club 15
Mixed Chorus 45 Student Council I5 Track 3,4.
JOAN SELL . "IOanie"
Girls Chorus 3,45 Journalism 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Rooters
Club 1.2, 3.4.
DARIA STEFFL " Stef"
Class Play 35 Declam 45 Girls Chorus I, 2, 3,45 Journalism
I,2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Rooters Club I,2, 3, 4.
IEANETTE UHLENKAMP "Jeanie"
Class Officer I5 Class Play 35 Declam 3.4: Girls Chorus
3,4:IOLlIl'l31iSl'l'1 3, 45 Library Club I, 2,45 Magazine Drive
Leader 45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 One-act Play I5 Rooters Club
I, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 2.
WILLIAM ZASKE "Bill"
Band I,2, 3,45Basketball I,2, 35Boys Chorus 25 Class Play
35 Football 1, 2, 3,45 MixedChorus 25 StudentCouncil 2, 45
FLORENCE ZIEGENHAGEN "FlOssie"
Annual Staff 45 Class Play 35 Declam 3, 45 Girls Chorus 1,
2, 3, 45 Journalism 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3,45 Rooters
Club 1, 2, 3.4.
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TOP ROW: Douglas Bandemer, Joan Blulim, Francis Braunger, Eileen Bruns, Eugene Draeger. SECOND ROW: DaleFreder-
ieksen, Carl Grabow, Warren Hengel, Ralph Heiling, Darlene Hopp. THIRD ROW: Maejensen, Doris Kirschstein, Darlene
Koblin, Dallas Krengel, Stanley Malsrrorn. FOURTH ROW: Lloyd Menk, Cecelia Morris. Absent: Pat Albrecht, Richard
Forbrcmk. Arnold Iffert.
TOP ROW: Lester Ivlude, Elaine Netzke, joan Reding, Jeanette Siemer, Leona Steffensmeier. BOTTOM ROW: JoAnn
Steffl, James Weller, Joy Wilsterman, William Wolf, Helen Zimmermann.
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Luctlle Drusclt Slnrley Forbrook Leo Hacker Arlrss Hansen Bonnte Jean Hansen Earl Harden THIRD ROW A an ar ze
James Heckler RlCll8l'dH6l1lllb Jantce Hrer Shtrlcy Hopp Lylc Johnson Absent DeanCllr1st1ensen Robert Hammermetster
TOP ROW Arlenejensen Nlary LouKoll Gordon Krause lwlyronlwlenl Tltomaslylcnk Patrrcta Sell SECOND ROW Leroy Setfert
Laurence Serfert Leonard Steffl Dav1d5orrenson Gerald Vogl Darltss Werner BOTTOM ROW Robert Wrldt R1chardW1ldt
Wrlllam Wtntlterser Wtlfred Zamzovy Patsy Zaske Lorrarne Ztmntermann
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FOURTH ROW: Charles Nolting Richard Sandmann Gary Hopfenspirger Dale Klein-
schmidt Charles Harden Raymond Seimer Russell Rose Richard Beltz. THIRD ROW:
James Ziegenhagen Richard Rothmeier VernonNelson Ann Jensen CharlotteEisen-
bacher Robert Bellz LeonardBruns LeRoy Otto. SECOND ROW: Lois Billmeier Miriam
Dierncr Lorraine Fischer Betty Lynch Patricia Kerr Gerald Aarons RobertLembke
Donald Peterson. FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Heiling Marie Fromm Betty Benson Helen
Wilstermann Mary Ellen Heilinb Mary Walter Absent: Robert Steffl.
FOURTH ROW CurtisHartzel1 LeeHopfensp1rger Charles Ziegenhagen LewisAnder
son Kenneth Sell DaWayne Barber Charles Neitzel Eugene Drusch Deanna Mehl
Norma Bruns lucille Christensen THIRD ROW Doris Flarup David Frederrcksen
Denis Gluth Beverly Campbell Beverly Simonsen Jeanette Sternhaus LaVonne Zie
genhagen Jeanette Fenske Dorothy Zimmermann Janice Struckman Joycelyn Gra
bow Lucy Bojko SECOND ROW Herbert Fenske LeRoy Meyer Duane Cox Louis
an Forbrook James Gruendemann Eugene Dittbenner William Schultz Harold Jensen
Gene Hammermeister Richard Lembke Mary Jensen Evelyn Jones JanetWood
ROW W1lliamBenson CraigCambbell Larry Read RobertMorr1s Ruth Zimmermann
Beverly Mueller Maryjohnson Phyllisliegenhagen Lyle Drusch Leroy Mude Dallas
g Fenske Allan Hansen Absent Ann Marie I-lagemann Allan Hansen
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FOURTH ROW: Lee Benson, Jerry Schliemann, Wilton Larsen, David Wilstermann,
Eleanor Hier, EileenOtto, Marjorie Hammermeistcr, Charles Dunnweber, Dennis Mehl,
!A 2 U Kieth Peterson. THIRD ROW: Richard Jacobson, Donald Kopishke, Richard Johnson,
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hagen. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Schwaegerl Robert Lynch, Eunice Diemer, Diane Schultz,
Lois Krentz Carol Loose Joan Wolter Patricia Kiergaard Ronald Dittbenner Alberta
an L f Barber Raymond Zimmermann Mrs. Scheibel. FIRST ROW: Faye 7iegenhagen June
Harden Charlotte Nelson James Becker David Draeger David Petersen Michael
Hansen Janice Fenske Mary Jane Albrecht Janice Torney Diane Albrecht
FOURTH ROW Don Benson Bruce Johnson Thomas Kiergaard Ricl ard Hagaman f
Myron Walter James Fenske Tack Beltz DavidForbrook Stephen Hier Duane Rohde
Wayne Harden Calxin Whitcomb Gary Jacobsei THIRD ROW Mrs Larson Charlene
Dunnweber C'arolRans Roberta Schmidt CarolRunkle lVl11dl'CdB1'LlIlS MarilynMuer
Siarleen Sciwerzler Vert a Runkle Ruth Ann Wolter Robert Hansen Dayid Rol dt
Mary Jo Law SECOND ROW Daane Fredericksen Mike Ward Vernon Menk Rus tll
Hier John Kleinschmidt Ra1phKrentz Den is Ziegenhagen Warren Zaske Dia it
Gluth Connie Larsen Barbara Kamnolz Shirley Fenske FIRST ROW Lyle ll i kt E 7
Join Frank Derald Krentz Calvin Ramiolz Juditn Hansei Barbara Beltz Nlaril n J A J
Peterson Patricia Zietjenhagen Janet Kopischke Janet Schultz Lynn Hansel D ai e
Kurtz Bonita Nltelson
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THIRD ROW: Stanley Malstrom, Lyle Johnson, Myron
Mehl, Richard Forbrook, RobertBeltz, StudentManager--
Arnoldlffert. SECOND ROW: Superintendent Law,Richard
Beltz, Assistant Manager--Dale Kleingchmidr, Douglas
Bandemer, DarrylSchwerzler, Lester Mude, PerryBecker,
Harlan Hoffbeck, Allan Hartzell, Assistant Coach Wine-
garden, CoachStrame1. FIRST ROW: LeRoy Seifert, Gor-
don Krause, Charles Nolting, De1bertOtto, Leroy K011.
Herbert Mattke, Francis Braunger, Eugene Draeger,Robert
Bradley, Richard Sandmann,
Hoffbeck Koll Schwerzler
The Ra1ders won thelr fourth Tomahawk Conference
champ1onsh1p by completmg another undefeated season Th1s was
the Ralders thu-d undefeated season out of four and lt extended
another wlmung streak to eleven games
There was very keen compet1t1on m the conference as some
of the scores w1ll xndmcate The Ra1ders were led by All state
Bob Bradley Bob lS the th1rd player from Morgan to make an
All state team The rest of the semors starters gamed recog
n1t1on by being placed on the All state honorable mentxon 11st
They were Darryl Schwerzler Har1anHoffbeck B111 Zaske and
LeRoy Koll Harlan was also named to the All conference frrst
team wh11e Darryl, B111 and LeRoy were placed on the second
team Prospects for next year are faxrly brxght even though seven
semors w111 be graduatmg
We wxsh to congratulate the Raxders for thelr fxne team
work and sportsmansh1p
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defeated the Raiders, 31 to 30, Lamberton was one of the five teams to defeat the
Raiders, who still won 18 games. ln a year of upsets, Morgan lost to Morton in
their final conference game, and therefore had to relinquish the Tomahawk Crown
to Franklin, Morgan defeated Fairfax in the first round of district play and then
lost a thriller to New Ulm, LeRoy Koll was the Raiders' leading scorer throughout
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BACK ROW: Coach Stramel, Francis Braunger, Lester Mude, Harlan Hoffbeck,
Darryl Schwerzler, Eugene Draeger, Assistant Coach Winegarden. FRONT ROW:
Student Manager--William Winrheiser, Bob Bradley, Warren Hengel, Herbert
Mattke, Leroy Koll. Delbert Otto, Student Manager--Arnold lffert.
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BACK ROW: Donald Peterson, James Gruen-
demenn, Gene Hammermeister. Robert Morris,
Coach--Bob Winegarden. FRONT ROW: Charles
Nolting, Da Wayne Barber, Richard Sandmann,
Richard Beltz, Le Roy Mude. Absent: Gary Hop-
THIRD ROW: Stan Malstrom, Darryl Schwerzler, Harlan Hoffbeck, Lester Mude,
Douglas Bandemer, Perry Becker, Myron Mehl, Chuck Harden, Dick Forbrook,
SECOND ROW: Francis Braunber, Dean Christensen, Carl Grabow, Wes Anderson,
rac Dallas Krengel, Warren Hengel, Mr. Winegarden, Mr. Stramel. FIRST ROW
Norman Anderson, Delbert Otto, Chuck Nolting, Rick Sandman, Bob Bradley,
THIRD ROW: Dale Kleinschmidt, Myron Mehl, Harlan Hoffbeck, Lester
Mude, DouglasBandemer, Perry Becker, Darryl Schwenzler, Leroy Seifert.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Stramel, Francis Braunger. Dick Beltz, Earl Harden,
Wes Anderson, Bob Beltz, Lylelohnson, Warren Hengel, Mr, Winegarden. -Jclje cl
FIRST ROW: Gordon Krause, Delbe1'lOtt0, Chuck Nolting, Dick Sandman,
Bob Bradley, Jim Welter, Norman Anderson.
FOURTH ROW: Pauline Heiling, Ann Jensen, CharlotteEisenbacher, Lois Helson,
DelroseRicke, Dorothy Meierding, Patsy Zaske, Maxine Huschke, Joan Sell,
Janet Menk, Lois Benson, Doris Kirschstein. THIRD ROW: Joan Reding, Shirley
Forbrook, Helen Zimmermann, Lois Billmeier, Eileen Bruns, Florine Ziegenhagen,
Shirley Hopp, Anna Maye Hansen, Marian Diemer. Leona Staffensmeier, Annlean
Harder, Daria Steffi. SECOND ROW: Janice Hier, Joan Bluhm, Cecelia Morris,
Lorraine Fischer, Beverly Beilke, Lorraine Zimmermann, Darlene Koblin, Betty
Lynch, Patricia Kerr, Jeanette Uhlenkamp, Lorraine Billmeier, Mary Walter,
FIRST ROW: Mary Lou Koll, Arliss Hansen, Lucille Drusch, Betty Benson, Helen
Wilstermann, Delores Rothmeier, Mary Ann Gewerth, Ruth Fromm, Patricia Ab-
brecht, Elaine Netzke.
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Saturday, December 16,
1950 found most of the
students of Morgan High at
school for the annual
magazine Christmas party
which was held on that
night. This ,year it was
put on by the Pepperpota
under their team captains,
Jeanie Uhlenkamp and Barren
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STUDENT COUNCIL GCDVERN5
The Morgan High Student Council is a member
of the national council of Student Councils.
This nation wide council has annual conventions
and circulates manuals exclusively for Student
Our Student Council is made up of two repre-
sentatives from each class. They are Maxine
Huschke and Bill Zaske of the senior class, Pat
Albrecht and Eugene Draeger of the junior class,
Schedule of Coming Events
Jan. 26-1-Gaylord there
Jan. 30---Franklin there
Jan. 31----School Board
Feb. 2 in St. Paul
Feb. 2----Fairfax here
l unior High
Patsy Zaske and Gordon Kra-
use of the sophomore class,
Betty Benson and Leonard
Bruns of the freshman class,
and Louis Anderson and Cur-
tis Hartzell from the seven-
th and eighth grades.
The officers of this or-
ganization are Maxine Husch-
ke, president, Eugene Drae-
ger, vice president, Bill
Zaske, treasurer, and Patsy
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Clarinet section in action,
BACK ROW: Mr. Sandon, Mary Lou Koll, Shirley Forbrook, BeverlyBeilke, Helen Zeimmermann, PatAlbrechr, Richard Beltz,
Leroy Otto. THIRD ROW: Jeanette Fenske, Wilfred Zamzow, Dick Sandmann, Gary Hopfenspirger, Betty Benson, Dorothy
Meierding, Donald Peterson, Curtis Hartzell. SECOND ROW: Lois Nelson, Arliss Hansen, Cecelia Morris, Lois Billmeier,
Miriam Diemer, Bill Zaske, Bob Bradley, Lee Hopfenspirger, Rogert Morris, Keith Peterson, Robert Bruns, Tom Menk,Leroy
Meyer, Doris Flarup. FIRST ROW: Joy Wilstermann, Joan Reding, Joan Bluhm, Janice Hier, Bill Wintheiser, Doris Kirsch-
stein, James Heckler, Dale Kleinschmidt, Pat Zaske, Lois Benson, Delrose Ricke, Allan Hartzell.
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BACK ROW: Ann Jensen, Charlotte Eisenbacker, Pauline Heiling, Lois Nelson, Del-
rose Ricke, Dorothy Meierding, Maxine Huschke, Patsy Zaske, Joan Sell, Janet Menk,
Lois Benson, Doris Kirschstein. THIRD ROW: Florine Ziegenhagen, Anna Maye Hansen,
Ann Jean Harder, Daria Staffl, Mae Jensen, Shirley Hopp, Lois Billmeier, Miriam
Diemer, EileenBruns, Leona Steffensmeier. SECOND ROW: Marie Fromm, Janice Hier,
Joan Bluhm, Shirley Forbrook, Joan Reding, Lorraine Zimmermann, Beverly Beilke,
Cecelia Morris, Darlene Koblin, Jeanette Uhlenkamp, Lorraine Billmeier, Mary Ellen
Heiling, Mr Sandon. FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Heiling, Mary Lou Koll, Arliss Hansen,
Lucille Drusch, Betty Benson, Helen Wilstermann, DeloresRothmeier, Mary Ann Ge-
werth, Ruth Fromm, Elaine Netzke.
BACK ROW: Leroy Koll, Dale Kleinschmidt, Arnold Iffert, Allan
Hartzell, Harlan Hoffbeck, Darryl Schwerzler. SECOND ROW: Lyle
Johnson, Dallas Krengel, Eugene Draeger, Leonard Bruns, Cary Hop-
fenspirger, Mr. Sandon. FIRST ROW: Tom Menk, James Heckler,
Wilfred Zamzow, Herb Mattke, Bob Beltz, Dick Beltz.
"Which is the Way to Boston?"
Lois, Joan Pauline Beverlv
Norman, Warren, Joan, Doris.
Patsy, Doris, Wesley,
Daria, Cecelia, Pat,
Shirley, Florine, Del-
rose, Ann, Anna
Mary Lou, Arliss, Mary.
BACK ROW: Lyle Johnson, Myron Mehl, Allan Hartzell, Dorothy Mei-
erding, Delrose Ricke, Pauline Heiling, Lois Nelson. THIRD ROW: Nor-
man Anderson, Warren Hengel, Wesley Anderson David Sorenson, Pats
Zaske, Janet Menk, Lois Benson, Doris Kirschstein. SECOND ROW: shir-
ley Hopp, Eileen Bruns, Florine Ziegenhagen, AnnaMaye Hansen, Ann
Jean Harder, Daria Steffl, Mr. Peterson. FIRST ROW: Joan Reding,
Cecelia Morris, Jeanette Uhlenkamp, Beverly Beilke, Mary Lou Koll,
Maye, Allan. Extem-
BACK ROW: A. Iffert, D. Krengel, E. Dreager. F. Braunger, D. Schwerzler, D. Meierding
A. Jensen, L. Nelson, P. Zaske, M. Huschke, J. Sell, J. Menk, L. Benson, D. Kirschsrein
THIRD ROW: L. Koll, W. Hengel, H. Zimmermann, S. Hopp, F. Ziegenhagen, L. Bill-
meier, A. Hansen, E. Bruns, M. Diemer, A. Harder, D. Steffi, H. Mattke, B. Wold, Mr.
0 Hollingsowrth. SECOND ROW: I. Welter, J. Bluhm, S. Forbrook, J. Reding, C. Morris, J.
Oufna 55,71 sreffl, B. Beilke, D. Kobun. J. uhlenkamp, L. Billmeier, J. Wilstermann, M. wa1ier,B.
Lynch. FIRST ROW: I. Hier. M. Heiling, M. Fromm, M. Heiling, M. Koll, A. Hansen,
L. Drusch, B. Benson, H. Wilsterman, M. Gewerth, R. Fromm, E. Netzke.
Fifty-two members of the High School belong to the .Tournalism Club. Many
of these members take an active part by both reporting and typing for the
school paper. 'The Raider" is put out every six weeks by an efficient staff
under the supervision of LeRoy Koll, Editorg Arnold Iffert, Assistant Editorg
Darryl Schwerzler, Sports Editorg Herbert Mattke, Fashion Editorg and
Florine Ziegenhagen, Circulation Manager. The entire group is directed by
Mr. Lloyd Hollingsworth.
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Fenske Implement Company
Steinke-Seidl Lumber Company
Bud's Shoe Repair
Dr. Melvin P. Dumke, Dentist
Doctors Johnson and Knoche
Albrecht's Style Shop
Morgan Variety And Gift Shop
Hanson's Mobil Service
Arnie Pistulka, Mobil Bulk Agent
Morgan Implement Company
Morgan Grain and Feed Company
Ernest Larson, Trucker
Morgan Farmers Elevator Company
Welter's Wood Works
Brosch Welding and Machine Shop
Kurtz Bus Service
Dietzmann's Skelly Oil
Otto Loose, Trucker
Herff-Jones Class Rings
Morgan Oil Company
Morgan Bowling Center
I. W. Preston, D
Les and Ann's
Burt's Barber Shop
Temple Brothers Mercantile Company
State Bank of Morgan
W. R. Werring, Attorney-At-Law
Hoepner Funeral Home
Root and Kleinschmidt
Morgan Locker Company
Scenic City Co-op Oil
H. W. Mattke, Standard Bulk Agent
Rogers Standard Service
Lampert Lusmber Company
Morgan Milling Company
Ziegenhagen's Implement Company
C. Schwerzler and Son
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