Mott Lincoln High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Mott, ND)
- Class of 1954
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We, the staff of the i954 Cardinal have tried to bring together in words
and pictures the events of the school year.
As time passes, memories become dim and it is good to refresh them at
intervals. The happenings of the school years are often some of the
fondest of our lifetime. As you look back in this Annual in the years to
come, may it renew in your mind many ioyous occasions.
The students of Mott Lincoln High School dedicate this i954 'Cardinal' to
Mr. Cladd Beattie. For the past two years he has been in charge of the music
department. Under his able direction the choruses, and the band have become
outstanding organizations. During his tenure the band was able to obtain uni-
forms and the concert choir was gowned. He has given generously of his time
in order that the music groups should approach perfection.
Our thanks are offered to Mr. Claud Beattie as we dedicate this annual in
BDARII 0F- Elll UATIII
Dr. O. C. Muercklein
Mr. F. W. Mees
Mr. Bruce Crane
Miss Jean Blaine
Mrs. Beafa L utz
Eleanor Thomas, Secretory
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James R. Guthrie, Superintendent
FACULTY AND PERSUNNEL
Nr. Homer L. Moeller Mr. Henry Eckroth
Principal md Mathemaiics Social Science and Coach
Mr. Douglas Hennenfenf Miss Amy Hoiland Miss Murlys Christensen
Science Commerce Vocational Homemaking
Mr. Eugene Burns Mr. Orville Overboe Mr. Claud Beattie Mr. William Glum
English, Dramatics, and Library Vocational Agriculture Music Driver Training,
Social Science-Junior High
Mr. Ted Bauer
Principal, Mathematics - Jr. High
Miss Mariorie Cysewski
Mr. Donald Eide Miss Leah Simpkins
Science - Junior High English - Junior High
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Miss Beverly Sayler Miss Margaret Chesire
Grades IV-V Grade IV
Miss Blyth Bussman
Grade VI - Elementary Principal
Mrs. Elaine Rieger
Miss Verna Ellsworth Miss Emma Bakken Miss Fern Mickelson Mrs. May Hurd
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Mrs. 0. K. Butts, Hot Lunch Super-
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS:
Leff fo Right: George Schwartz, President, Donna Suhr, Secretory-Treasurer,
Jack Gifford, Vice-President
Boys Chorus l,2,3,45 Baskeiball 'Bn
Team 2,35 Concert Chair 3,45 Mixed
Chorus 25 Senior Class Play.
Boxing l5 F.F.A. l,2.
GLEN NORA DOHN
Annual Staff 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Cardinal Sfaff 3,45 Concert Choir
3,45 Girls Chorus l,2,3,45 F.H.A. l,25 Librarian l,2,45 Mixed
Chorus l,25 Pep Squad l,2,3,45 Tumbling l.
CLASS 0F '54
Cardinal Staff 45 Carnival Queen Candi
dare 25 F.H.A. l,25 F.H.A. Vice Presi
dent 25 Girls Chorus l,25 Librarian 2,
Mixed Chorus l,25 Tumbling l.
Bays Chorus l,2,45 Conceri Choir 45
F.F.A. l,2,35 Mixed Chorus l,2.
Boys Chorus l,2,3,45 Cardinal Staff 25 Concert Choir 3,45 F.F.A.
l,25 Mixed Chorus l,25 Tumbling Team l.
Annual Staff 45 Band l,2,3,45 Cardinal Staff 3,45 Carnival Mis-
tress at Ceremonies 45 Carnival Play l5 Concert Chair 45 Class
Play 3,45 F.H.A. l,2,35 Girls Chorus l,2,3,45 Girls State Al-
ternate 35 Homecoming Queen 45 Mixed Chorus l,25 Pep Squad
l,2,3,4, Vice President 45 Student Council 45 Tumbling l.
Basketball 3,45 Boys Chorus l,3,4
Concert Choir 3,45 Junior Class Play
Class President l5 F.F.A. l 2 3 4' Sec
retary 35 F.F.A. Vice President 4' Foot
ball 45 Lettermens Club 3,4.
Annual Staff 35 Band l,2,3,45 Concert
Choir 3,45 F.H.A. l5 Girls Chorus l 2 3
45 Mixed Chorus l,25 Pep Squad l,2 3 4
Baseball 3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Co-
captain Basketball 45 Boys Chorus 2,35
Boys State5 Cardinal Staff 35 Class Play
3,45 F.F.A. l,2,3,45 F.F.A. Reporter 35
F.F.A. Treasurer 45 Lettermens Club
3,45 Tumbling Team 2.
F.F.A. l,2,3,45 Wrestling l.
Annual Staff 45 Band l,2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,4: Boys Quartette
35 Bays Chorus l,2,3,45 Cardinal Staff 45 Concert Choir 3,45
Class Treasurer 3: Class Vice-President 45 Drum Maior 45 Foot-
ball l,2,3,45 F.F.A. l,2,35 German Band 45 Lettermens Club
l,2,3,45 Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 45 Mixed
Chorus 25 Track l.
Annual Staff 35 Concert Choir 35 Girls Chorus l,2,3,45 Mixed
Chorus 'l,25 Pep Squad 2,3,4.
Bond l,3,45 Cardinal Staff 3,45 Concert Choir 3,45 F.H.A. l,25
Girls Chorus l,2,3,45 Girls Quartette 3,45 Junior Class Play5
Mixed Chorus 25 Pep Squad l,2,3,45
Annual Staff 3,45 Cardinal Staff l,2,3,45 Carnival Play 25 Con-
cert Choir 3,45 F.H.A. l,25 Girls Chorus l,2,3,45 Girls State 35
Mixed Chorus 'l,25 Pep Squad 2,3,45 Senior Class Play.
Concert Choir 35 Boys Chorus l,2,3,45
F.F.A. l,2,35 Mixed Chorus l,2.
Bond l,2,3,45 Basketball "B" 2,35 Boys
Chorus l,2,3,45 Concert Choir 3,45 Foot-
ball 2,3,45 German Band 45 Mixed Chorus
'l,25 President Lettermens Cluh 45 Vice
President Sophomore Class.
Concert Choir 4
Bond l,2,3,45 Boys Chorus l,2,3,45 Con-
cert Choir 3,45 F.F.A. l,2,3,45 German
Bond 45 Mixed Chorus l,2.
Basketball l,2,3,45 Co-Captain 45 Boys
Chorus l,3,45 Concert Choir 3,45 F.F.A.
l,2,3,45 Lettermens Club 2,3,45 Mixed
Chorus l,25 Senior Class Play5 Tumbling
1 1 Team 2.
Band 1,2,3,4, F.F.A. 1,2.
5 Girls Chorus l,2,'3,45 Mixed Chorus 25 Pep
Assistant Editor of Annual 35 Band l,2
3,45 Boys Chorus l,2,3,45 Boys State 3'
Class President 35 Class Treasurer l'
Concert Choir 3,45 Editor of Annual 45
Football l,2,3,45 German Band 45 Home-
coming King 45 Junior Class Play5
Lettermens Club 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus
l,25 Prom Manager 35 Student Council 3.
Annual Staff 3,45 Cardinal Staff 45 Con-
cert Choir 45 F.H.A. l,25 Girls Chorus
l,2,3,45 Librarian 2,35 Mixed Chorus
l,25 Pep Squad l,2,3,45 Tumbling l.
Annual Staff 3,45 Cardinal Staff 45 Concert Choir 3,45 F.H.A
l5 Girls Chorus l,2,3 4' Girls Quartette 4' Libraria I2 P
Squad 1,2,3,45 MixedlChorus 1,25 Secretaiy-Treasuilerlog PZ:
Annual Staff 35 Cardinal Staff 45 Concert Choir 3,45 Girls Chorus
l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 25 Pep Squad 2,3,45 Senior Class Play.
Bond l,2,3,45 Boys Chorus l,2,3,45 Concert Choir 3,45 F.F.A
l,2,3,45 Football 3,45 Mixed Chorus l,2.
Girls Chorus 2,35
Mixed Chorus l,25 Pep Squad l,2,3,4.
Band l,2,3,45 Baseball 35 Basketball
2,35 Boys Chorus 2,3,45 Concert Choir
3,45 Football 2,3,45 German Band 45
Junior Class PIay5 Lettermens Club 3,4.
Girls Chorus l,3,45 Librarian 2,45 Pep
JO ANN MEES
Band i5 Concert Choir 45 Girls Chorus l,3,45 Librarian i5 Pep
Band l,2,3,45 Cardinal Staff 'l,2,3,45 Cardinal Editor 45 Carnival
Play i5 Concert Choir 3,45 D.A.R. representative 45 F.H.A. l,25
F.H.A. Secretary 25 Girls Chorus l,2,3,45 Girls Sextette l,25
Girls Quartette 35 Girls State 35 Junior Class Ploy5 Key to
Peace Award 35 Mixed Chorus l,25 Pep Squad l,2,3,45 Pep
Squad President 4.
Cardinal Staff 45 Girls Glee Club l.
BCIf1Cl 3,41 Girls Chorus l,2,35 F.H.A.
l,25 Mixed Chorus l,25 Pep Squad 2.
Annual Staff 3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Basket-
ball "B" 35 Boys Chorus l,2,3,45 F.F.A.
l,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus
l,25 Senior Class PIoy5 Judging Team
25 Student Manager of Basketball 45
Annual Staff 3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Concert
Choir 3,45 F.H.A. l,2,3,4, Treasurer 3,
Vice President 45 Girls Chorus i,2,3,45
Tumbling l5 Senior Class PIay5 Sextette
Annual Staff 35 Bond i,2,3,45 Girls Chorus l,2,3,45 Librarian
l,2,45 Mixed Chorus l,25 Pep Squad l,2,3,45 Tumbling.
Girls Chorus i,2,3,45 F.H.A. i5 Pep Squad l,3,4i Tumbling l
Annual Staff 45 Boys Chorus l,2,3,45
Baseball 3,45 Boxing i5 Band l,2,3,45
Basketball l,2,3,45 Boys State 35 Car-
dinal Staff 3,45 Concert Choir 3,45 Class
Treasurer 35 Class President 45 Class
Play 3,45 F.F.A. l,2,3,4, Treasurer 3,
President 45 State Band 354, National
Band 45 Football 2,3,4, Captain 45 Mixed
Chorus l,25 Student Council 45 Track 2.
Basketball 'B' 2,35 Boys Chorus l,2,3,
45 Concert Choir 45 Class President 25
Football 45 Mixed Chorus l,2.
Annual Staff 45 Band l,2,3,45 Cardinal Staff l,2,3,45 Class Play
3,45 Concert Choir 3,45 F.H.A. l,213,4, Reporter l, President 45
Librarian l,2,45 Girls Chorus l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus l,25 Pep
Squad l,2,3,45 Tumbling l.
Cardinal Stott 45 Pep Squad 2.
Annual Staff 45 Girls Chorus l,35 l-ilDI'UfiCll'l lfzi PGP sflllqd 4-
Annual Stott 45 Band l,2,3,45 Cardinal Staff 3,45 Concert Choir
45 F.H.A. l,2,3,4, Vice President 3, District President 35 Girls
Chorus l,2,3,45 Librarian l,2,35 Pep Squad l,2,3,45 Mixed
Chorus i,25 Prom Queen 35 Tumbling l.
Annual Staff 45 Boys Chorus 2,3,45 Base
ball 35 Concert Choir 253,45 F.F.A.
l,2,3,4, Treasurer 'l5 Lettermens Club
3,45 Student Manager Football 25 Student
Manager Basketball 3.
IR ENE SCHULZ
Annual Staff 35 Band l,2,3,45 Concert
Choir 3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 Clarinet
Quartette 45 F.H.A, l,25 Girls Chorus
l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus l,25 Pep Squad
l,2,3,45 Tumbling 2.
Annual Staff 3,45 Cardinal Staff
45 Class Secretary 35 Concert
Choir 3,45 Girls Chorus l,2,3,45
Junior Class Play5 Librarian
l,2,35 Pep Squad 'l,2,3,4.
Annual Staff 45 F.H.A. l5 Girls
Chorus l,2,3,45 Pep Squad l,3,4.
Annual Staff 3,45 Cheerleader
3,45 Concert Choir 45 F.H.A.
'l,2,3,45 Treasurer 2, President
3, Parliamentarian 45 Girls
Chorus l,2,3,45 Girls Quartette
45 Librarian l,2,35 Pep Squad
Ill 'I'0IiY 0F CLASS 0F '54
lf you've never had a train ride, you don't know what
you"re missing. We'd like to tell you about our adventurous
iourney ,through the past twelve years, up and down the
"Tracks of Education" on the streamliner "Mott Lincoln
At the beginning of the trip in the fall of '42, there were
sixty-eight passengers or first graders as they were called,
eager to get started.
Forty-nine passengers got off on stops along the way.
Nineteen now reached the end of their ride. They are:
Shy and bashful, Roger Domiahn5 likeable, LaVerne Dun-
canson, shorty, Alvina Glasser, Vernon Heinrich, the guy
with the boots5 the Great Caruso, Roger Hirsch, peppy,
Glen Nora Dohng Donna Faye Fiedler, gal with the giggles5
mischievous, .lack Giffordg George Jones, guy with the
dancing feet5 Charles Kramer, senior Romeo5 .loAnne Mees,
gal with the diamond, brainy, Medora Mehrer5 friendly,
Arlyce Roemmich5 Donna Sahr, gal with the iokes5 -happy,
George Schwartz, Wl1iSPefBl', Roger Senn, sweet, Roberta
Skogley, Janice Swindler, fashion queen5 and Dick Haines,
our music man.
At the second station we lost Alvina Glasser, ibut she
enioyed the first link of her iourney so much that she re-
turned at the ninth station to finish her trip.
At the fourth station we picked up Roger lverson, Irene
Schulz, Rosemarie Manolovits, and Leota Waddell.
Slowing down at the fifth station, we found Eileen Hum-
mel and Archie Roemmich climbing aboard.
At the sixth station and halfway through our journey, we
find that Charles Ebert has ioined us.
When we reached the.lunior High School we were ioined
by Doreen Auch at the seventh station.
Janice Gray ioined us at the eighth station.
There were forty-four passengers at the ninth station.
Joining us were: Jewel Krogh, Sarah Kirsch, Sylvia Haas,
Delores Reich, Mildret Rokusek, Leona Stevahn, Valeria
Roll, Harry Schneider, Rudolf Auch, Gladys Jahner, Vio-
lette Maver. Henry Friedt, Kenneth Haael, Anton Burghart,
Elmer Burghart, Vernon Huber, and Bernhardt Fuchs making
a total of sixty-one including the engineers of the train:
Charles Ebert, president5 George Jones, vice-president,
Eva Wolf, secretary and Charles Kramer, treasurer.
lnitiation was our first big event. The girls had to wear
shorts and a T-Shirt with five pounds of iewelry, one long
stocking and one short stocking. We had to wear our hair
through a tin can and tied to a bane with a ribbon. The
boys had to wear long underwear. Tin cans were tied to a
green ribbon and this was worn around the waist. We all
had to wear a sign on our back reading, 'l om a green
freshman." Another event that took place was the School
Carnival. LaVerne Duncanson was chosen as our candi-
date for Carnival Queen.
After leaving the ninth station we were sorry to leave
behind Harold Fuchs, Elmer Reichardt, Genevieve Miller,
Billy Wolff, Edward Hellman, and Milton Rokusek, but we
were happy to have Victor Brasseur and Bonnie Gilbert
At the tenth station the train was in charge of Roger
Senn, president5 Dick Haines, vice-president5 Bonnie
Gilbert, secretary5 and Jack Gifford, treasurer. Doreen
Auch was our candidate for Carnival Queen. Lucy Coffing,
Frances Weiler, and Bonnie Gilbert left us at this station.
Arriving at the eleventh station, the most important of
the trip, we find that Charles Kramer, president5 LaVerne
Duncanson, vice-president5 .lanice Swindler, secretaryp and
George Schwartz, treasurer, are at the controls. Roberta
Skogley was our candidate for Carnival Queen. The next
big event was the Junior Class Play, 'Fixit Incorporated."
We were the hosts to the Junior-Senior Prom and Banquet,
using the theme, 'Deep Purple." The Queen City Har-
monaires furnished the music. Donna Sahr was Prom
Queen with Charles Kramer as her manager. Sylvia Haas
and Medora Mehrer were delegates to Girls' State at Grand
Forks, North Dakota. Henry Friedt, Charles Kramer and
George Schwartz were delegates to Boys' State at Fargo,
North Dakota. Bruce Aasen left us at the end of this year
and Daniel Hummel became a senior.
We have come to the last station of our iourney, finding
George Schwartz, president5 Jack Gifford, vice-president5
and Donna Suhr, secretary-treasurer, in charge of the train.
The seniors came out on top with LaVerne Duncanson
reigning as Homecoming Queen with Charles Kramer as
King. The best girl for Carnival Queen was the senior
candidate, Medora Mehrer. The class chose their colors
as yellow and black with a yellow rose. Our motto is
'We have Crossed the Bay, the Ocean Lies Before us.'
We have come to the end of our iourney and as we go about
our life's work we will always remember our high school
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS:
Leff fo Right: William Schcff, Vice-Presidenig Janet Noble, Presidentg Arloween
Lutz, Treasurer: Janice Moercklein, Secrefary.
Mary Jo Ebert
Betty Mae Roesler
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JUNIOR CLASS NEWS
The Junior Class of '53-'54 has forty-four
members. The first event of importance was the
election of class officers. The class then
chose Charlotte Svihovec to represent them in
A parade with floats from the different or-
ganizations in school provided added interest
at Homecoming. The Junior' float, a miniature
football field, won first place.
"Fancy Dandy', a farce directed by E. E.
Bums was presented on December 9, l953. Two
successful performances, a matinee and even-
ing, were given.
Kathleen Roberts, Junior class candidate was
crowned Carnival Queen of l953.
The annual Prom-Banquet was given for the
Seniors on May l4, i954 with Bob Brackel and
his Orchestra providing the music. The theme
was, 'The Rose Room' with Arloween Lutz as
Prom Queen and Jacqualine Herner, Regina
Steiner, Mary Jo Ebert, and Gladys Bertch as
The American Legion Auxiliary chose Mary
Jo Ebert and Janice Maercklein to attend Girls'
State. The alternates were Janet Noble,
Kathleen Roberts, Arloween Lutz, and Shirley
Haberstroh. Albert Wolf, David Boknecht,
William Schaff, Gary Butler were sponsored by
various civic organizations to attend Boys'
State, which was held at Fargo. The alternates
were Arlen Oberlander, Jim Austin, Donald Heil,
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS:
Left fo Right Jack Kramer, Secretary: Darrell Remington, Vice Presidenfg AI-
more DeLo oinfe, Presidenfp Carl Haas, Treasurer.
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High. At the beginning of the school year, the class elected
officers to direct their school activities. They are: Almore De
La Pointe, President, Darrel Remmington, Vice President, Jack
Kramer, Secretary, Bucky Haas, Treasurer.
Because he was President of the class, Almore DeLaPointe
became a member of the Student Council and was chosen Presi-
dent. Bucky Haus is our other class representative to the
The Sophomore class took part in many activities throughout
the year, including: Homecoming, Carnival, and sponsoring
dances. A class float was entered in the Homecoming Parade.
lt was decorated with srreamers of red and black and had a
green football field in the middle of which was a huge Cardinal
bird. The float received Honorable Mention. A Sophomore girl,
Geno Mehrer, was one of the five Homecoming Queen candidates
and she attended the Queen, LaVerne Duncanson on the night of
Homecoming. When Carnival time came, the class selected
Ardelle Sippert as candidate for Camival Queen and she attended
Kathleen Roberts on the night of the crowning. The Sophomores
also sponsored a school dance on the night of the last home
basketball game at which Mott was victorious over Hettinger.
Music was furnished by the Moonlight Serenaders and everyone
seemed to enioy it very much.
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JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL:
Front: James Blaine, President. Firsf
Row, left fo right: Richard Grasz, Gene
Haring, Mr. Bauer, Advisor, Edward
Guthrie, David Heil, Laverne Pekas.
Leff to Right: Gene Haring, Jane Wal-
lace, Sylvia Schwarfz, and Diane Oelke.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Connie Wyman, Bonnie Srb, Ardyce Sprecher, Margie Shults, Terry Olson, Lyle Luch-
singer, Carter Dounhouer, Annie Kronbauer, Violet Bertsch. SECOND ROW: Karen Burwick, Rosella Klein, Edith
Eberhardt, Kathyrn Brasseur, Ronald Swindler, Lynn Peter Ferguson, Robert Auen, Norman Mills, Lester Hummel,
Lynne De La Pointe. THIRD ROW: Miss Bussman, Jimmy Guthrie, Gordon Swonnenbera..Rodnev Kuntz, Elden
Theurer, Jack Grant, David, Switzer, Gilbert Mehrer, Lonnie Gray, James Noble. FOURTH ROW! Solomon HNI11 V00
Crane, Rodger Auen, Michael Fettig, Eileen Hienrich, Rosie Buchholz, Janet Miller, Lenette Svihovec, Margaret
SIXTH GRADE NEWS
We began the sixth grade with an enrollment of
38 pupils. Jeffery Bope left to attend school
elsewhere, leaving a total of 37 pupils.
A Y.C.L. was organized at the beginning of
the year with Jack Grant as president, Karen
Burwick as vice-president, Janet Miller as sec-
retary and Lenette Svihovec as treasurer. A
candy sale was held January l5th. With the
money made at this sale we purchased an
electric clock and a football for our room.
A large number of parents visited our room
during Open House in October.
Every Friday afternoon a spelldown was held
in our room. New sides were chosen each six
weeks period. The losing side entertained the
winning side at the end of each six weeks period.
At the same time we acknowledged all the birth-
days that fell during this time.
During the year we often enioyed playing
"ball" in many of our subjects. After a unit of
work had been covered sides were chosen. The
four corners of the room served as bases. Miss
Bussman was the pitcher and those up to bat
were the students. Questions covering the work
were asked and after three outs the opposing
side was up to bat.
The sixth grade took part in several programs
during the year. A skit 'The Story of America'
and a song "Shortnin' Bread' were given at the
carnival. The following took part: Norman
Mills, Terry Olson, Connie Wyman, Lenette
Svihovec, Eileen Hienrich, Jimmy Guthrie,
Gilbert Mehrer, Bonnie Srb, Lynn De La Pointe,
Gordon Sonnenberg, Ronald Swindler, Ardyce
Sprecker, Jack Grant, Van Crane, Janet Miller
and Karen Burwick. Lynn Peter Ferguson,
Rodger Auen, Rodney Kuntz, Lyle Lucksinger
and Van Crane were Shepherds in the Christmas
Pageant. The rest of the class was in the
chorus. Lynn De La Pointe, Violet Bertsch,
Rosella Klein, Kathyrn Brasseur, Karen Bur-
wick, Edith Eberhardt, Lenette Svihovec,
Michael Fettig, Jimmy Guthrie, James Noble,
Lonnie Gray, Carter Daunhauer, Lyle Luck-
singer and Terry Olson also took part in the
'Maypole Dance' given for the Mother's Day
Those people having perfect attendance for the
year were: Connie Wyman, Annie Kronbauer,
Jack Grant, Carter Daunhauer, Jimmy Guthrie
and Lynn Peter Ferguson.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Jackie Griffin, Terry Crane, Ronnie Srb, Peter Siller, Arnie Hoffman, Ruth Bieber,
Virginia Roberts, Larry Ruff, Jeffery Auch. SECOND ROW: Kathy Fiedler, Jimmy Lince, Joe Fettig, Dennis
Boknecht, Charles Miller, Siegfried Trautwein, Lynette Wentlandt, David Triez, Gary Zentner, Loretta Heinrich.
THIRD ROW: Miss Cysewski, Dwight Ross, Marvin Buchholz, Jimmy Fiedler, Raymond Pfiefle, Donnie Mehrer,
Quinten Heinzman, Marlorie Kilber, Shirley Swindler, Darlyne Kamrath.
FIFTH GRADE NEWS
There are twenty-eight pupils in our room and
out of these twenty-eight, Marvin Buchholz,
Larry Ruff, and Gary Zentner have had perfect
attendance all year.
Boys and girls who were in the programs
throughout the year were: Siegfried Trautwein,
Ruth Bieber, Shirley Swindler, and Marjorie
Kilber in the Carnival Program, Virginia Roberts,
Kathy Fiedler, and Ruth Bieber were angels in
the Christmas pageant. ln the Mother's Day
Program, Marvin Buchholz recited a poem and a
group composed of Peter Siller, Ruth Bieber,
Terry Crane, Jackie Griffin, Charles Miller,
Jimmy Lince, Quinten Heinzman, Dennis Bok-
necht, Marjorie Kilber, Darlyne Kamrath, and
Kathy Fiedler sang "Mother," Lynette Went-
landt, Loretta Heinrich, and Virginia Roberts
helped serve and wash dishes at the Tea.
During the year our room had a Halloween
Party for which everyone came in a very funny
costume. We marched throughout the grade
school displaying the costumes and had a
lunch which was provided by the students. At
our Christmas Party, we saw movies, sang
songs, exchanged presents, and ate lunch. At
the Valentine Party we played Bingo with
candy bars for prizes. We had a huge box of
valentines to pass out. The last party was our
picnic on the last day of school.
We have 7 pupils in Beginner's Band this year.
They are Terry Crane, Quinten Heinzman,
Shirley Swindler, Lynette Wentlandt, Kathy
Fiedler, Darlyne Kamrath, and Virginia Roberts.
We elected our Y.C.L. officers for the coming
year and they are: President, Larry Ruff, Vice-
President, Siegfried Trautwein, Secretary, Ruth
Bieber, Treasurer, Virginia Roberts. We elected
new officers every 6 weeks and each officer has
carried his duty out well. We had a candy and
popcorn sale February l5.
We received a new set of Compton's Pictured
Encyclopedias. We have used them in our
classes for reference and the pupils enioy
paging through them for enioyment. Everyone
finds them most interesting. ln addition to the
encyclopedias, our room also received a number
of library books. The pupils especially enioyed
the books of biography. Boys and girls who
received reading certificates this past year are:
David Friez, Loretta Heinrich, Charles Miller,
Lynette Wentlandt, Marvin Buchholz, Shirley
Swindler, Terry Crane, Jackie Griffin, Darlyne
Kamrath, and Gary Zentner.
F0 ll'l'll A ll FIFTH lilllllll
FIRST ROW, left to right: Lynn Brackel, Stanley Wyman, Genevieve Hanson, Noreen Mills, La Vern Heth, Steven
Gram, Gary Berreth, Linda Landis, Janice Vasey. SECOND ROW: Elaine Klein, Marylu Dolecheck, Rene Gilbert,
William Waddell, Raymond Wolf, Deanna Auch, Duane Bertsch, Violet Hartman, Douglas Schwartz. THIRD ROW:
Miss Sayler, Joan Miller, De Vonne Waddell, Darlene Radach, Kenneth Auch, Jerry Rokusek, Charles Johnson,
Richard Gutenkunst, Carol Anstrom. ABSENT: Jerry Auch.
FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADE NEWS
The year began with 26 students enrolled in
the fourth and fifth grade room. Larry Reinhardt
moved away in February, Charles Johnson en-
rolled in January and Marylu Dolecheck enrolled
in April. This brought our enrollment up to 27.
The following had perfect attendance: Steve
Grant, Douglas Schwartz, Raymond Wolf, and
Stanley Wyman. Janice Vasey received 10077
in Spelling every Friday of the school year.
We had three parties throughout the year, in-
cluding a Halloween Masquerade, a Christmas
party at which we exchanged gifts and a Valen-
tine party for sending valentine messages. Most
of the children took part in one of the three
programs. Douglas Schwartz, Richard Guten-
kunst, Steve Grant, William Waddell, Elaine
Klein, Violet Hartman, Deanna Auch, and La-
Vern Heth were in the carnival play. Genevieve
Hanson, Elaine Klein, Violet Hartman were
angels in the Christmas program. Gary Berreth,
Linda Landis, Lynn Brackel, Janice Vasey,
Douglas Schwartz, Noreen Mills, .loan Miller,
Stanley Wyman, Jerry Rokusek, Rene Gilbert,
Charles Johnson, and Carol Anstrom entertained
their mothers at the program with the Virginia
Reel. Deanna Auch and Marylu Dolecheck were
Halloween ribbons in the May pole dance.
Our Y.C.L. was active throughout the school
year, and to give most of the students a chance
to be officers we changed every two weeks. On
April lst the students sold candy in the hot
lunch room and made about Sl6.00. This was a
Y.C.L. proiect and we used some of the money
for our spring picnic.
We received 32 new library books which we
enioyed reading and making reports for the
reading circle. The following read eighteen or
more books and reported on them. Carol An-
strom, Noreen Mills, Richard Gutenkunst, Janice
Vasey and Steve Grant. We had nine people who
ordered the summertime weekly reader.
The parents who attended the P.T.A. meetings
won the phonograph for us three times. As a
result of having won it the most, it remains
here for next year. The P.-I'.A. purchased re-
cords amounting to about S25.00. We enioyed
these records very much.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Roger Brackel, James Kramer, Suzy Everharclt, June Belmore, Janice Domiahn, Leo
Belmore, Wesley Heth, Arthur Schaible, Thomas Wyman. SECOND ROW: Sonia Ross, Shirley Herner, Sharon
Sonnenberg, Clarence Schaible, Thomas Rogers, Sandra Srb, Carol Kallis, Darlene Dohn, Clarence Heinrich.
THIRD ROW: Miss Chesire, Marie Reiger, Charlene Miller, Gloria Kilber, Diane Ruff, Carole Roemmich, Lester
Stern, Billy Hertz, Raymond Theurer, David Lince. ABSENT: Edwin Stern, Milton Terry, Ulrich Trautwein.
FOURTH GRADE NEWS
When school opened in September, the en-
rollment in the fourth grade was twenty-eight.
As we looked around the room the first day we
noticed three new faces in our room. These
three people were Carol Kallis, Diane Ruff,
and Billy Hertz. ln January, Milton Terry came
to Mott from Bismarck and in March, Wesley
Heth returned to our school after attending a
rural school. With these additions the enroll-
ment reached thirty.
Most of the fourth graders had a chance to
participate in one of the programs during the
year. Early in the year, for the school carnival,
the fourth grade presented a playlet entitled
'Little White Cloud'.
Three groups of officers led our Y.C.L. this
year. The presidents ln their order of office,
were: Janice Domiohn, Edwin Stern, and James
Kramer. Vice Presidents included Thomas
Rogers, David Lince. and Leo Belmore while
Carole Roemmich, Shirley Hefner, and Darlene
Dohn, held the office of secretary-treasurer.
The Main proiect of the Y.C.L. was a candy
sale which proved successful.
The three parties during the year, at Hallo-
ween, Christmas, and Valjnltinelws Tye lweri pu.:
on b committees appointe yt e . . . ac
party? had at least one event which will help us
to remember it. The Halloween party will be
remembered by the costumes. lt vgas great fun
t in to decide who each costume person was.
Arydeiorated Christmas tree, with lights, and all
the beautiful gifts will be what we remember of
the Christmas party. No Valentines party would
be complete without the traditionalvalentines
and valentine box and ours was no exception.
Despite a great deal of sickness during the
year five people maintained a record of l00Z
attendance. These people are Roger Brackel,
Leo Belmore, Diane Ruff, Darlene Dohn, and
Reading certificates were given to nine people
who read and reported on eighteen books. These
people were Carol Kallis, Leo Belmore, Diane
Ruff, James Kramer, Charlene Miller, Janice
Domiohn, Sandra Srb, Darlene Dohn, and Gloria
Kilber, It is fun to read when there are good
books to read. About thirty-five new books were
added to our library this year. These books
have been read over and over and have really
FIRST ROW, left to right: Shirley Buttman, Mary Ann Schwartz, Betty Heth, Carmen Iverson, Gary Goetz, Gerald
Klein, Sherryl Oberlander, Luella Schmitt. SECOND ROW: Marlice Dolecheck, Elizabeth Belmore. Sharon Swindler,
Saralee Margulies, Dorothy Reich, Karen Srb, Helen Switzer, Merry Kay Colgrove, THIRD ROW: Mrs. Rieger, John:
Miller, James Bieber, Bob Swindler, Norma Theurer, Faye Radach, Beverly Buttman, Bobby Keehn, Clifford Mehrer.
THIRD GRADE NEWS
The third grade had twenty-four pupils, eight
boys and sixteen girls. Bobby Swindler main-
tained perfect attendance for the entire school
We have participated in three maior programs
this school year - the Carnival, Christmas, and
Mother's Day Program. We also had three
parties in our room. At our Halloween Party
we dressed in Costumes, visited other rooms to
show our Costumes and took pictures of our
group. Our Valentine's Party consisted of
valentine exchange and a bountiful lunch.
On November I2 we held Open House and
twenty-two interested parents visited our room.
For the Carnival Program we presented two
plays, "The Lost Fishermen' in which the
following boys took part, Bob Swindler, Gerald
Klein, Gary Goetz, Clifford Mehrer, Bobby Keehn
and Carmen Iverson. And the 'Doll Contest' in
which the following girls took part: Mary Ann
Schwartz, Beverly Buttman, Mary Kay Colgrove,
Karen Srb, Saralee Margulies, Sherryl Ober-
lander, Elizabeth Belmore, Sharon Swindler,
Luella Schmitt and Dorothy Reich.
At the Christmas Program we all sang Carols
and the following people were in the exercise
entitled "l'd Like to Be': Shirley Buttman,
Jimmy Bieber, Faye Radach, Norma Theurer,
Helen Switzer and John Miller. Gifts were ex-
changed at our Christmas Party and we also had
a balloon contest. Bob Swindler, Bobby Keehn,
Gerald Klein, Merry Kay Colgrove, and Mary Ann
Schwartz were the winners.
Y.C.L. Officers for the year have been: Presi-
dent, Mary Ann Schwcrtz, Vice-President, Karen
Srb, Secretary-Treasurer, Dorothy Reich. We
purchased toothbrushes and toothpaste for each
of us in the room with some of our Y.C.L. money.
SECO ll Allll Tllllill GRADE
FIRST ROW, left to right: Roger Kilber, Margie Bertsch, Loretta Hoffman, Sharon Miller, Janice Buchholz, Marcella
Heil, Douglas Friez. SECOND ROW: Alta Griffin, Morieon Wentlandt, Carol Moeller, Janice Klein, Carla Schlenvogt,
Urla Schaible, Connie Schaible, Darrell Brackel. THIRD ROW: Miss Ellsworth, Darrell Fiedler, Lewis Auen, James
Larson, Roger Stern, Gary Gilbert, Jimmy Luchsinger.
SECOND AND THIRD GRADE NEWS
In September, 1953, 22 pupils enrolled in the
second and third grade room. Nine were in the
third grade and I3 in the second grade. The
only one to leave was Karen Kalmoe, who moved
to Michigan in March.
The first semester Y.C.L. officers were Karen
Kalmoe, president, Mariean Wentlandt, vice
president, and Marcella Heil, secretary. Second
semester officers are Jimmy Luchsinger, presi-
dent, Margie Bertsch, vice president, and Roger
Stern, secretary. f.C.L. committees have
worked efficiently to provide interesting Hal-
Ioween, Christmas, and Valentine parties. They
also enacted the story of Columbus on Oct. l2,
and the story of the Pilgrims on Nov. 25. A
post office was constructed and used for dis-
tributing valentines. With Y.C.L. money, a book
'The Bears on Hemlock Mountain' was pur-
chased. At Open House Nov. 12, thirteen
parents and friends visited the room.
Jimmy Luchsinger, Janice Buchholz, Douglas
Friez, and Carla Schlenvogt participated in the
poem "Indian Children' and Gary Gilbert and
Darrel Fiedler helped the second grade boys
sing 'The Mumps' at the Carnival Program.
Action verses, 'The Lazy Clock' and 'Getting
Ready for Christmas' were given at the Christ-
mas program. An exercise "Mother's Day Gifts'
included all the pupils except Carla Schlenvogt
and Sharon Miller, who were in the Maypole play.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Sylvia Schwartz, Marian Theurer, Sharon Klein, Randall Johnson, Charles Wildman, Larry
Rokusek, Donald Heinzman. SECOND ROW: Carlene Grosz, Gary Stern, Shirley Heth, Gerald Bertsch, Margie Lou
Lince, La Rae Svihovec, Emily Heinrich. THIRD ROW: Miss Bakken, Paul Kamrath, Kasper Kronbauer, Sebastian
Heinzman, Melvin Theurer, Delmar Theurer, Dennis Laches. ABSENT: Garret Gorsch.
SECOND GRADE N EWS
The second grade of the l953-l954 school
year had an enrollment of 25 pupils. Throughout
the term there were two who moved away. Gayla
Haas went to Glendive, Montana and Dale
Reinhardt to Riverdale, North Dakota.
Two new pupils enrolled with us in January.
Charles Wildman came to us from Oklahoma and
Randall Johnson formerly attended school in
Japan. Randy was the class artist and we en-
ioyed the pictures he drew of the Japanese
children and their country.
We organized a Y.C.L. with the following of-
ficers: President, Sheila Miller, Vice-President,
Gary Stern, Treasurer, Sylvia Schwartz, Secre-
tary, La Rae Svihovec. The League took charge
of the parties held on Halloween, Christmas,
and Valentine's Day.
On November l2, we had 'Open House' with
twenty-one parents and friends visiting our room.
We took part in the programs for the Carnival,
Christmas, and Mothers' Day. For the Carnival,
a song was sung by Darrell Fiedler, Gary Gil-
bert, Garret Forsch, Paul Kamrath, and Gary
Stern. At the Christmas program, recitations
were given by Carlene Grosz, Emily Heinrich,
Sharon Klein, Margie Lince, Sheila Miller, Sylvia
Schwartz, and La Rae Svihovec. For the song
in the Christmas pageant the primary group sang
"Away in a Manger'. For the Mothers' Day pro-
gram we gave a play, "Mother Calendars' Child-
ren' with fourteen children participating. Sheila
Miller was Mother Calendar and Gary Stern was
Paul Kamrath and Kasper Kronbauer had per-
fect attendance for the year. Reading Circle
Certificates were issued to the following: Emily
Heinrich, Donald Heinzman, Paul Kamrath,
Sheila Miller, Larry Rokusek, Sylvia Schwartz,
Gary Stern, La Rae Svihovec, Marian Theuer,
and Melvin Theuer.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Paul Schwartz, Renee Heinzman, Roderick McNeill, Larry Luckard, Judy Van Lishout,
lda Hartman, Dickie Heth. SECOND ROW: Karen Fiedler, Garry Klein, Linda Kilber, Deanna Kelsch, Clarence
Stern, Shirley Schaible, Penelope Rieger, Laura Schlenvogt. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Hurd, Vickie Miller, Linda Schaible,
Richard Grant, Willard Harsch, Dennis Klein, Connie Wilson, Sandra Ottmar. ABSENT: Bruce Johnson.
FIRST GRADE NEWS
School opened in the fall of i953 with an
enrollment of twenty-one, eight boys and
thirteen girls. Larry Lockard ioined our happy
group after the Christmas holidays and Bruce
Johnson, at the beginning of the second semes-
ter, making our total enrollment twenty-three.
Eight ofthe children live in the country. Every-
one was enthused to have a newly remodeled
room with block windows and fluorescent lights
that were installed the past summer.
The "Little Beavers' Y.C.L. was organized
early in the school year. Officers were chosen
twice during the year.
Open House was held during National Educa-
tion Week, on November 12. Thirty-one interest-
ed parents and friends visited us at our daily
The Children took part in the various programs
held throughout the year. For the carnival
program, Connie Wilson gave the "Welcome".
The poem "Taxis" was presented by Linda
Kilber, Penelope Rieger, Karen Fiedler, Laura
Schlenvogt, and Linda Schaible. A skit, "Blow-
ing Bubbles' was given by Deanna Dale Kelsch
and Shirley Schaible. Recitations, 'Too Many
Rules' and 'Bein' a Boy' were recited by Ricky
McNeill and Dickie Grant respectively. All the
children sang the "Toothpaste Song." For the
Christmas program the following children pre-
sented the welcome excercise: Ricky McNeill,
Karen Fiedler, Penelope Rieger, Connie Wilson,
Vickie Miller, Dickie Grant, and Deanna Dale
Kelsch. All were members of the Children's
Chorus. Most of the boys and girls also took
part in the Mother's Day program. Recitations
were given by Laura Schlenvogt, Larry Lockard,
Linda Schaible, Vickie Miller, Willard Harsch,
Bruce Johnson, and Ricky McNeill. A group of
boys and girls sang an action song 'Morning and
Evening." Parties were enjoyed for Halloween,
Christmas, Valentine Day, and Easter. A few
Pre-school children were our guests at the
latter two parties.
The boys and girls have appreciated and en-
ioyed the milk and snacks that have been pre-
pared for them each morning at lO:00. Thank
you, Mrs. Butts, for your kindness toward us.
Dickie Grant and Paul Schwartz have had per-
fect attendance throughout the year.
Flll 'l' GRADE
FIRST ROW, left to right: Diane Roll, Alice May Buttman, Larry Swindler, Deborah Harkins, Carol Belmore, Leslie
Swindler, Karen Vasey. SECOND ROW: Erna Leona Babcox, Laura Schaible, Dean Beiber, Wayne Adams, Gerald
Netzer, Ernaiune Sailer, Lynn Smith, Linda Weickum. THIRD ROW: Miss Mickelson, Darrel Christensen, Kenny
Laches, Sharon Ulmer, Larry Radach, Billy Amundson, Joan Noble, James Eberhardt.
FIRST GRADE NEWS
The enrollment for our room was twenty-two
pupils. Larry Swindler maintained perfect
attendance throughout the term. Gilmar Rein-
hardt lett during the year. Deborah Harkins,
Wayne Adams, and Lynn Smith transferred from
At the Carnival Progrflm, Joan Noble gave a
recitation, 'My Dolly and l". Kenny Laches,
Leslie Swindler, Linda Weickum, Sharon Ulmer,
Larry Swindler, Karen Vasey, and Gerald Netzer
took part in an exercise.
For the Christmas program, Darrel Christensen
recited the poem, "Christi-nas'. Carol Belmore,
Erna Leona Babcox, Diane Roll, Jimmy Eber-
hardt, and Billy Amundson were in "Christmas
Stockings'. The room also sang 'Away in the
Manger" and "Joy to the World" for the Christ-
For the Mother's Day program, Emaiune Sailer
contributed a recitation, "A Message to Mother."
Dean Bieber, Larry Radach, and Wayne Adams
were in an exercise, 'Our Mothers." Alice May
Buttman and Deborah Harlcins took part as
We enioyed parties in our room on Halloween,
Christmas, and Valentine Day. We were happy
to have Santa Claus visit us at our Christmas
P Ori November l2 we held "Open House" for
parents. A total of twenty people visited our
room during the year.
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Kibbel, Charles Kramer, and Robert Zentner. KNEELING: Edward Treib, Robert Roll, Charles Ebert, Vernon
Larson, Jack Gifford, Sebastian Roll, Dick Haines, lrvin Hartman. STANDING: Mr. Eckroth, Coach, Archie
Roemmich, James Blaine, Manager, Art Lince, Sherman Sloan, Roger Senn, Gary Sprecher, Robert Jones,
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Richardton - - - - - 14 - 18
Hettinger- - - - - 0 - 32
BeuIah--- -- 0-41
Hazen-- -- 0-48
Killdeer--- --- 6-33
The Cardinals, under the direction of Mr.
Eckroth, opened their season with an inex-
perienced squad. There were only four re-
turning lettermen. Although the season
wasn't too successful, the outlook for next
year is very good as the maiority of the
team was made up of underclassmen.
The football team chose George Schwartz
for their captain as he proved his ability to
be a good player and leader.
The Cardinals had a seven game schedule
in which they lost six and won one.
Mott vs Richardton- - - - - - 13 - 0
FIRST ROW, left to right: lrvin Hartman, George Sc
ROW: Mr. Eckroth, Coach, Darrel Remington, James
Roemmich, Student Manager.
The Cardinals opened their season with four
returning lettermen and a number of good pros-
pects. Returning lettermen were Henry Eriedt,
Chuck Ebert, Roger Hirsch, and Jack Gifford.
High-point men of the season were: Henry
Friedt - 266 points, Roger Hirsch - 222, Jimmy
Blaine - l52, Jack Gifford - ill, and Chuck
hwartz, Henry Friedt, Roger Hirsch, Albert Wolf. SECOND
Blaine, Edward Treib, Charles Ebert, Jack Gifford, Archie
Ebert - 76.
Henry Friedt and Roger Hirsch were chosen
as Co-Captains for the season.
The team played the first game of the tourna-
at Dickinson and lost it to Model High. This
defeat ended the chances of the team to play
further in the tournament.
Mott Richardton -
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Mott New England
Mott Fort Yates - - - - - -
Mott St. Marys ---- - - -
Mott Hebron ----- - - -
Mott Richardton - - - - - -
Mott Hettinger - -
- 33 Mott
- 48 Mori
- 42 Mort
- 56 Mott
- 38 Mott
- 45 Mon
- 43 M011
- 41 Mon
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t CAIIIII AL TEAM 0F 1953-'54
George Schwartz, Guard Darrell Remington, Forward Irvin Hartman, Guard
Edward Treib, Center Albert Wolf, Forward
James Blaine, Forward Henry Freidt, Forward
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FRONT ROW, left to right: Arvin Rosen, Gabriel Herner, Richard Grosz, Sherman Sloan, Bruce Schwartz
and Alvin Schaff. BACK ROW: Mr. Eide iffoachl, Tom Coffing, Robert Zentner, Jack Kramer, Bruce
Colgrove and Sebastian Roll.
FRONT ROW, left to right: Freddie Beimore, Arvin Rosen, Dean Colgrove, Gary Hagler, Roger Forsch,
Eddie Guthrie, Rex Kelsch, and David Gray. SECCND ROW: Mr. Glum fCoachl, Bruce Schwartz, David
Mathis, Richard Grosz, Robert Zenfner, James Bel more, Denny Keehn, Alvin Schaff, and Vernon Schiff
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Robert Zentner, Marvin Roesler, Irvin Huffman, Gary Sprecher, Edward Treib, JUWIOS
Blaine, William Treib, Robert Roll, Sherman Sloan. SECOND ROW: Mr. Eclcroth, Coach, Arvin Rosen, Richard
Grosz, Bruce Schwartz, Alvin Schaff, Henry Friedt, David Boknecht, Bruce Colgrove, Daniel Mayer, George
Schwartz, Albert Wolf.
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FRONT ROW, left to right: Alvin Kibbel, Albert Wolf, Harry Schneider, Bobby Jones, Archie Roemmich, George
Schwartz, Roger Iverson, George Jones, Richard Haines, President, Roger Senn. SECOND ROW: Larry Roemmich,
Donald Herner, Marvin Roseler, Edward Treib, Charles Kramer, Charles Ebert, James Blaine, Robert Zentner, Jack
Gifford. THIRD ROW: Mr. Eckroth, Advisor, Gary Sprecher, Sebastian Roll, Sherman Sloan, Darrel Remington,
Irvin Hartman, Vernon Roll, Robert Roll.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Eileen Huschka, Jacqualine Herner, Darlene Fuchs, Leota Waddell, Donna
Sahr, LaVeme Duncanson, Rosemarie Manolovits, Medora Mehrer, President, Mercy Herner, Mildred
Reinert, Betty Mae Roseler, Elvera Pekas, Marcia Rogers, Janice Gray. SECOND ROW: Miss Christen-
sen, Advisor, Arlaween Lutz, Irene Amann, Rita Boknecht, Lorraine Rokusek, Kathleen Roberts, Mildret
Rokusek, Gladys Jahner, Janice Swindler, Janet Noble, Mavis Anderson, Arlyce Roemmich, Roberta
Skogley, Janice Maercklein, Charlotte Svihavec, Colleen Huber. THIRD ROW: Darlene Heth, Norit'a
Lutz, Evelyn Waddell, Joyce Waddell, Rosalie Peters, Marilyn Manolovits, Eileen Hummel, Lois Apling,
Shirley Riedlinger, Regina Steiner, Dolores Bogner, Shirley Haberstroh, Bernice Hellman, Darlene
Klein, Alvina Glasser, Rozella Greff. FOURTH ROW: Kathryn Abbey, Valeria Roll, Glen Nora Dohn,
Janet Goring, Sylvia Haas, Regina Wolf, Donna Fiedler, Jewel Krogh, Marie Hertz, Mary Jo Ebert, Lila
Bieber, Delores Abbey, Sharon DeLaPointe, Luciele Himing.
total of sixty-nine members ioining.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Geno Mehrer, Irene Schulz, Eva Wolf.
STANDING: Marilyn Kibbel.
The pep squad organized this year under
the supervision of Miss Christensen, with a
Elected for officers were Medora Mehrer,
President, La Verne Duncanson, vice Pres:
dent, Rose Marie Manolovits, Secretary
The newly elected cheerleaders were
Gena Mehrer and Marilyn Kibbel, with Eva
Wolf and lrene Schulz returning from last
The club was very active at the football
and basketball games that were played
during the course of the year by supporting
the games. The cheerleaders also worked
out some new yells which were needed
The pep squad participated in the Home
coming activities by entering a float In the
FIRST ROW, left to right: Lois Apling, Arloween Lutz, Arlen Olaerlander, George Schwartz, Charles
Kramer, Editor, Mary Jo Elmer, Assistant Editor, Colleen Huber, Leila Bieber, Sylvia Haas. SECOND
ROW: Geno Mehrer, Shirley Hoberstroh, Kathleen Roberts, Jacqualine Herner, Rosemarie Manolovits,
Roberta Skogley, Janet Noble, Glen Nora Dohn, Janice Swindler, Valeria Roll, Arlyce Roemmich, Janice
Maercklein, Charlotte Svihovec. THIRD ROW: Mr. Moeller, Advisor, Archie Roemmich, Jack Gifford,
Eva Wolf, Jewel Krogh, Donna Sahr, LaVerrle Duncanson, Leota Waddell, Bucky Haas, Donald Heil,
Harry Schneider, Albert Wolf.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Donna Sahr, Rosemarie Manolovits, Jimmy Austin, George Schwartz, Jack
Gifford, Medora Mehrer, Editor, Janice Maercklein, Assistant Editor, LaVerne Duncanson, Roberta Skog-
Iey, Leona Stevahn, Janice Swindler. SECOND ROW: Jacqueline Herner, Janice Gray, Lois Apling, Mary
Jo Ebert, Janet Noble, Colleen Huber, Adeline Pekas, Charlotte Svihovec, Shirley Riedlinaer. Dorene
Auch. THIRD ROW: Mr. Guthrie, Advisor: Glen Nora Dohn, Janet Gohring, Sylvia Haas, Sharon DeLa-
Pointe, Jewel Kragh, William Schaff, James Marthaller.
STANDING: LaVerne Duncanson, President FIRST ROW, left to right: George Schwartz, Almore DeLa
Pointe, Vice-President, Charlotte Svihovec, Secretory. SECOND ROW: Jane? Noble, Curl Haas, Mr.
SEATED, lefi to righf: LaVerne Duncanson, Roberto Skogley, Glen Nora Dohn. STANDING: MiCl1e0l
Ross, Colleen Huber, Lois Apling, Murcia Rogers, June! Noble, and Surah Kirsch.
BATON TWIRLERS: Elvera Pekas, Diane Oelke, and Marilyn Kibbel. FIRST ROW, Iett to right: Arlo-
ween Lutz, Kathleen Roberts, Jack Gifford, Richard Haines, Irene Schulz, Arlyce Roemmich, Glen Nora
Dohn, Donna Fiedler, Janice Maercklein, Mary Jo Ebert, Marcia Rogers. SECOND ROW: Charlotte
Svihovec, Darlene Klein, Bruce Colgrove, Elmer Heinrich, Luciele Hirning, Larry Roemmich, LaVerne
Pekflsf Colleen Huber, George Schwartz, Phillip Brasseur. THIRD ROW: Janice Gray, Russel Margulies,
Edward Guthrie, Donna Sahr, Archie Roemmich, Vernon Huber, Roger Domiahn, Bruce Schwartz, Regina
Steiner, David Gray, Roberta Slcogley. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Beattie, Director, Gene Haring, James Blaine,
lI5a:lerneRDuncanson, Vernon Heinrich, Roger Iverson, Sharon De La Pointe, Medora Mehrer, Janet Goring,
SEATED, left to right: Kenneth Roberts, Terry Crane, Terry Olson, Janet Miller, Lynne DeLaPointe,
Karen Burwick, Connie Wyman, Norman Mills, Van Crane, and Jimmy Guthrie. SECOND ROW: Gorden
Sonnenburg, Jack Grant, Quinton Heinzman, Richard Grosz, Dean Colgrove, Lewis Wagner, Rex Kelsch,
Darlene Kamrath, Shirley Swincller, Virginia Roberts, and Lynette Wentlandt. BACK ROW: Mr. Beattie
fDirectorI, Marlene Oberlander, Fern Wallace, Mildred Kamrath, Diane Anderson, Darlene Roll, Florence
Steiner, Shirley Roemmich, Margaret Frieze, Meridean Hummel, and Jane Wallace.
CONCERT CHOIR l- The Concert Choir is a
selected group consisting of fifty-one students.
During the year they appeared on the Christmas
program, at the District Music Festival in
Dickinson, at the South Slope Festival in Elgin,
and took part in the spring concert given on May
4, I954. On May 5th they journeyed to Hettinger
to the First Annual Music Clinic held there.
Other towns in attendance were Bowman, Lem-
mon, and Hettinger. The guest Conductor for
the clinic was Mr. Ralph Williams. This group
gave many outstanding performances throughout
GIRLS CHORUS - Any girl in senior high school
may become a member of this group. Sixty girls
chose to be members of this organization under
the direction of Mr. Claud Beattie. They were in
attendance at the District Festival in Dickinson
and were given a rating of "highly superior."
This group also appeared on the Christmas
program and the spring concert.
BOYS CHORUS - Thirty-seven boys make up
this voluntary group. They gave performances
on the same programs as the girls chorus and in
addition attended the State Class B Music
Contest in Bismarck and received a rating of
"superior," This group has appeared before
various local organizations and school affairs.
The boys purchased their outfits during the year.
GIRLS QUARTETTE - The girls quartette is a
selected group. The members are Janice Gray,
Geno Mehrer, Eva Wolf, and Rosemarie' Manolo-
vits. They attended both the District and Elgin
Festivals at which time they received a rating
of "superior." In addition to the school pro-
grams, they have sung for many public organiza-
tions in Mott this year.
BAND - The concert band has been very active
this year. They played for all home basketball
games. Marching exhibitions were put on for the
homecoming game and again at the Class B
basketball tournament in Dickinson. This group
received a rating of 'highly superior" at the
District Band Festival in Dickinson and played
for the evening program, which was recorded
and later broadcast over KDIX. A new additi'on
to the band was a set of tympani which was
played by Medora Mehrer.
GERMAN BAND - The members of this group are
Vernon Heinrich, Jack Gifford, George Jones,
Bruce Schwartz, and Dick Haines. Uncle Otto,
better known as Charles Kramer, acted as
director for the group. They did a fine iob and
were well received where ever they appeared.
CLARINET QUARTETTE - This ensemble is
made up of Irene Schulz, Janice Maercklein,
Jack Gifford, and Dick Haines. They received
a rating of "highly superior' at the District
Festival and a usuperior' at the State Music
Festival in Bismarck.
All the above groups were under the direction
of Mr. Claud Beattie.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Janice Gray, Gena Mehrer, Eva Wolf, and RoseMarie Manolovits.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Rose Marie Manolovits, Eva Wolf, Medora Mehrer, Arloween Lutz, Roberta
Skogley, Janice Gray, Janice Maercklein, Norita Lutz, Irene Schutz, Jewel Krogh, Arylce Roemmich.
SECOND ROW: Donna Sahr, Laveme Duncanson, Janet Gohring, Roselle Greff, Geno Mehrer, Donna
Feidler, Jackie Herner, Violet Meyer, Joanne Mees, Janice Swindler, Kathleen Roberts, Roger Iverson.
THIRD ROW: Glen Nora Dohn, Sylvia Haas, Gabriel Herner, Jimmy Austin, Elmer Heinrich, Bruce Col-
grove, William Schaff, Larry Roemmich, Marvin Roesler, Roger Domiahn, Carl Haas, Mary Jo Ebert.
FOURTH ROW: Roger Senn, Dick Haines, Art Lince, Arlen Oberlander, George Schwartz, Charles Ebert,
Victor Brasseur, Jack Gifford, Vernon Heinrich, Rudy Auch, Roger Hirsch, James Marthaller and Harry
FIRST ROW, left to right: Eva Wolf, RoseMarie Manolovits, Ardelle Sippert, Gena Mehrer, Roberta
Slwgley, Arloween Lutz, Janice Gray, Medora Mehrer, Luciele Himing, and Delores Abbey. SECOND
ROW: Janice Maercklien, Rita Bokneckt, Arlyce Rqemmich, Gladys Bersch, Delores Bogner, Regina
Steiner, Eileen Huschka, Shirley Riedlinger, Marilyn Kibbel, Mary Jo Ebert, and Violet Mayer. THIRD
ROW: Norita Lutz, Marcia Rogers, Darlene Klein, Irene Schulz, Sarah Kirsch, Kathryn Abbey, Janice
Swindler. Leota Waddell, Jewel Krogh, Kathleen Roberts, Lorraine Rokusek, Lois Apling, Elvera Pekas,
and Jacqualine Hemer. FOURTH ROW: Rozella Greff, Charlotte Svihovec, Joyce Waddell, Donna Sahr,
Janet Gohring, Donna Fiedler, Laveme Duncanson, Sylvia Haas, Glen Nora Dohn, Leila Bieber, Mercy
Hemer, JoAnn Mees, Eileen Hummel, Shirley Haberstroh, and Bernice Hellman.
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FIRST ROW, right to left: Simon Wanner, Larry Roemmich,Marvin Roesler, William Schaff, Bruce Col-
grove, Elmer Heinrich, Jimmy Austin, Kenneth Hagel, Roger Domiahn, Sherman Sloan, Robert Roll and
lBucky Haas. SECOND ROW:: Gabriel Herner, Dick Haines, Charles Kramer, Victor Brosseur, Jack
Gifford, Art Lince, Archie Roemmich, Almore De La Pointe, Vernon Roll, George Schwartz, Roger
Iverson, and Donald Heil. THIRD ROW: Roger Senn, Harry Schneider, Dale Coffing, George Jones,
Donald Herner, Roger Hirsch, Charles Ebert, Vernon Heinrich, Rudolf Auch, David Boknecht, Arlen
Oberlander, James Marthaller and Albert Wolf.
Some of the work accomplished in the classroom.
The Future Farmers of America is an organization of, by
and for farm boys. The National Organization was or-
ganized in 1928 at the Kansas City Convention. The
Cannonball Chapter was organized in 1938 by Phil Biewar.
lt has grown to its present membership of 44 students of
The Officers of our local chapter are George Schwartz,
president, Charles Ebert, vice-president: Carl Haas, sec-
retary, Henry Friedt, treasurer, Lee Mayer, reporter, and
Roger Hirsch, sentinel. Mr. Overboe is our advisor.
During the week of June 2'l, eleven boys attended the
State F. F. A. Convention at Fargo. The cattle iudging team
LEFT T0 RlGHT: Mr. Overboe, ln-
structor: Donald Coffing, Danny
Hertz, Arthur Lince, Joseph Miller,
Vernon Roll, Vernon Larson, Sebas-
tian Roll, Carl Haas, Lee Mayer,
George Barth, and Daniel Mayer.
consisted of Vernon Roll, Art Lince,1and Larry Roemmich.
Last September, five boys attended the State Dairy Show
at Jamestown. ln October, George Schwartz, and Roger
Hirsch attended the National F.F.A. Convention of Kansas
City, Missouri and George was in the National F. F. A. Band.
On lNovember 18, the F.F.A. Boys entertained, the mem-
bers, parents, faculty, and friends at the annual F.F.A.
Parent Son Banquet.
During the first week in March five members attended
the North Dakota Winter Show at Valley City. Mr. Overboe
was our chaperone on all these trips except the Kansas
FUTURE FARMERS 0F AMERIUA
FIRST ROW, left to right: Bruce Schwartz, Marlin Schneider, Gary Hagler, Lee Mayer, George Schwartz,
Charles Ebert, Bucky Haas, Edward Kautzman, Danny Mayer, Danny Hertz. SECOND ROW: Alvin
Kibbel, Larry Waddell, Gary Sprecher, Donald Wanner, Gerald Jorden, Larry Roemmich, Anton Burghart,
Donald Schmidt, Elmer Bertsch, Reuben Buchholz. THIRD ROW: Mr. Overboe, Advisor, Roger Senn,
Vernon Schiff, Kenneth Peters, Donald Coffing, Joseph Miller, Roger lverson, Bernhardt Fuchs, Craig
Dauenhauer, Duane Lutz. FOURTH ROW: Henry Friedt, Sebastian Roll, George Barth, Art Lince,
William Treib, Elmer Heinrich, Devere Kirkpatrick, Vernon Larson, Archie Roemmich, Vernon Roll.
Dicussion Before Working ln The Kitchen.
FRONT ROW, left to right: Miss Christensen, ,lnstructor, Mavis Anderson, Darlene Fuchs, Doreen
Pfiefle, Bernice Hellman, Darlene Klein, Rita Boknecht, and Patsy Goetz. BACK ROW: Marilyn Mano-
lovits, Geno Mehrer, Sharon DeLaPointe, Regina Wolf, Rosalie Peters, Joyce Waddell, Evelyn Waddell,
FUTURE HUMEMAKERS 0F AMERICA
and Kathryn Abbey.
FRONT ROW, left to right: Kathleen Roberts, Treasurer, Mary Jo Ebert, Secretary, Roberta Skogley,
President, Arlyce Roemmich, Vice-President, Eva Wolf, Parliamentarian. SECOND ROW: Miss Christen-
sen, Advisor, Coleen Huber, Janet Noble, Sharon DeLaPointe, Regina Wolf, Geno Mehrer, Gene Haring.
The F. H.A. has ll members this year. Officers are as
follows: President, Roberta Skogley, Vice President, Arlyce
Roemmich, Secretary, Mary Ja Ebert, Treasurer, Kathleen
Roberts, Advisor, Miss Christensen.
Several members attended the district meeting held at
Dickinson. Mary Jo Ebert and Kathleen Roberts were
elected district Vice-President and Secretary respectively
Kathleen Roberts was elected State Historian.
The activities of the year included a style show and tea
given for the mothers. The eighth grade girls were also
entertained at o party. A Christmas food basket was again
given this year.
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JUNIOR CLASS PLAY CAST
FlRST ROW, left to right: .limmY Austin, Shirley Riedlinger, Albert Wolf, Janet Noble, Arlen Oberlander,
Mary Jo Ebert, William Schaff, Janice Mcercklein, Donald Heil, Regina Steiner. SECOND ROW: Mr.
Burns, Advisor: Narita Lutz, Shirley Haberstroh, Larry Roemmich, Reuben Buchholz, Elmer Heinrich,
Kathleen Roberts, Jacqueline Herner, Charlotte Sviho.vec.
Scenes from the play.
The Junior class play 'Fancy Dandy' was presented on
December 9, l953. 'Fancy Dandy' is the story of'Whinnie"
Moore who knew the answer to a ten thousand dollar con-
test ond was hiding at the House of Health a run down
health resort owned by 'Terror' Tripp a former boxer.
"Sloppy" Wertz and Rose Duval, crooks from the City
found out where he was and came to see if they could get
the answer. As a result 'Whinnie' went into disguise as
Mrs. Lucretia Klondike from Alaska. The play continues in
complicated situations. And in the end of course every-
thing turns out fine.
The characters were:
Charlie Kennan, William Schoff, Reginald 'Whinnie"
Moore, Donald Heil, Katie Von Loom, Janet Noble, Millie
Van Loom, Shirley Haberstroh, "Terror" Tripp, Albert Wolf,
Sylvester Baines, Jimmy Austin, Madge Van Loom, Janice
Maercklien, Beth Shepherd, Mary Jo Ebert, Freckles,
Rueben Buchholz, Wilma Anderson, Regina Steiner, "Sloppy"
Wertz, Arlen Oberlonder, Rose Duval, Shirley Reidlinger.
Others who helped make the ploy a success were: Promp-
ters, Jacqualine Herner and Charlotte Svihovec, make up:
Norito Lutz and Dolores Bogner, ushers: Arloween Lutz
and Elvera Pekas, properties, Kathleen Roberts, stage
crew, Larry Roemmich and Elmer Heinrich.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY CAST
FIRST ROW, left to right: George Jones, Sylvia Haas, Roberta Skogley, Violette Mayer, LoVerne Dun-
canson, Arlyce Roemmich, Glen Nora Dohn, Medora Mehrer, George Schwartz. SECOND ROW: Mr.
Burns, Advisor, Roger Senn, Jack Gifford, Rudolf Auch, Victor Brasseur, Archie Raemmich, Henry
The Phantom Enters
"The Case of the Missing Heirs' was presented by the
Senior Class on April 27, l954.
Ten people have gathered in the wind swept, gloomy
Castle Wentz, high on a rocky ledge in the Alleghency
Mountains to hear the reading of the will of August Wentz.
Suddenly, however, the heirs begin to disappear, and those
left are shocked with strange sounds and the mysterious
Phantom with burning hands who haunts the room of the old
villa where the heirs must stay. How Perriot Preston,
famous mystery writer, his loving secretary, Gwen, and
his blundering bodyguard solve "The Case of the Missing
Heirs' to everyone's satisfaction is a delight to behold,
The Phantom Convincing His Accomplice
and to play.
The play cast consisted of Perriot Preston, ia well-known
author of mystery novels, Victor Brasseur, Gwen Talbot,
his secretary, La Verne Duncanson, Brusier Barnes, almost
a former boxing champion, George Schwartz, Mrs. Allerdyce
Beeman, a widow of fifty, Roberta Skogleyg Maybelle
Beeman, her daughter, Violette Mayer, Louise Thomas, a
pretty, American girl, Arlyce Roemmich, Mrs. Kite, the
housekeeper, Sylvia Haas, Wentworth, the butler, Archie
Roemmichg The Phantom, Pale-faced, big shitty-eyed,
Unambitious, Henry Friedt, J. Winston Graham, the lawyer
of the case, Roger Hirsch.
Valedictorian, Constitution Award
The upperclassman receiving the
best grade in on examination on the
Constitution for the United States
Elected by the student body to reign
at homecoming festivities.
AWARD Fllll 1953-1954
Salutatorion, D.A.R. Citizenship
Babe Ruth Sportsmanship
Elected by the students and faculty
of Mott High School as showing the
best sportsmanship through-out the
year and represented the school in
the State D.A.R. contest in which
she won first place.
Elected by the student body to
reign over homecoming festivities.
Babe Ruth Sportsmanship
Current Events, DeKalb
Voted the senior boy showing the
best sportsmanship at all times.
Selected by the F.F.A. as the out-
standing member. Received the
highest in on examination on Cur-
Sponsored by the Junior Class and
crowned queen the last night of the
BIIY ' A ll GIRLS' STATE REPRE ENTATIVES
X Mary Jo Ebert
f Q 1 Representatives are chosen from the iunior class. Local civic
Alben wolf organizations are their sponsors and pay the fees necessary to
attend. Boys State is held on the N.D.A.C. campus and the girls
will meet at the University of North Dakota campus.
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6. Leona Sfevahn
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9. Dick Haines
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FIRST ROW, left fo right: Delores Reich, Violefte Mayer, JoAnne Mees, Janice Gray, Roberta Skogley, Rosemarie
Manolovits, Mildrei Rokusek, Adeline Pekas, Leona Stevahn, Marcia Rogers, Eileen Hummel, Alvina Glasser.
SECOND ROW: Valeria Roll, Sarah Kirsch, Donna Fiedler, Jewel Krogh, Janice Swindler, Donna Sahr, LaVerne
Duncanson, Sylvia Haas, Glen Nora Dohn, Eva Wolf, Medora Mehrer, Dorene Auch, Arlyce Roemmich. THIRD ROW:
Henry Friedf, George Jones, Charles Eberi, Rudolf Auch, Vernon Heinrich, Charles Krammer, Kenneth Hagel,
Roger Hirsch, Jack Gifford, Richard Haines, Archie Roemmich, Anton Burghorh FOURTH ROW: Mr. Moel er,
Advisor, Irene Schulz, Leora Waddell, Gladys Jahner, Harry Schneider, Bernhard? Fuchs, Vernon Huber, Victor
Brasseur, Roger Domiahn, George Schwartz, Roger Senn, Roger Iverson, Elmer Burgharf.
Kathleen Roberts and Arlen
Senior Class Float.
Carnival Queen and Attendants
Queen: Kathleen Roberts. Attendants, left to
right: Mecloru Mehrer, Ardelle Sippert, and
Scene from Senior Class
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Queen, LoVerne Duncunson and
beau, Don Roberts.
Marlene Goetz and Robert Zentner.
PIIUM A Il ISA IIUET 0F I953
The Grand March ls About To Begin. Crown Bearers - Karen Fiedler Prom Manager, Charles Kramer abou? to crown
and Jack Duncanson. Yhe queen.
Janice Swindler, Alvinc Glasser, Charles Kro- The dance resumes.
mer, Queen Donna Suhr, and Donna Feidler.
THIS A ll THAT
Con you match these?
Lots to be done. MY h9IPef?
We 're Freshmen
Went up iust like fhatl Extra curricular Hats-All shapes and sites.
Where's your horse, Sylvia?
They are stacking up.
Pisiol packing babe.
Ready-Yell Me and my big mouth. More legs.
Ar last It is over.
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Cllllll AL llllllS'l'llllS
Al's Recreation "
Amold's Body Shop '
Auer Variety Store "
Borth Brothers "
Coast-To-Coast Siore "
Commercial Bank of Mott "H
Diede's Siudio "'
Dohn, Asoph Socony Vacuum Bu
Farm Motor lmplemenf Company
Gordon's Standard Service "
Grant, Lee J. lnsurance Agency
Ik Dealer "'
Home Cafe '
J. C. Penney Company '
Kamrath Sales Pavilion "
Kirscl-:mann lmplemenf "
Kramer, Earl Texaco Bulk Dealer
Margulies Store ,'
Mees lmplemenf '
Mosher-Olien Mofof Company H'
Mott Bakery "
Mott Drug Store 'U'
Mot? Electric '
Czilllll AL ll0llS'l'llll
Mott Equity Co-op Store "M
Mott Equity Exchange Creamery H'
Mott Equity Exchange Elevator '
Mott Equity Exchange Lumber Yard
Mott Hide and Fur "
Mott Mill and Elevator 'H'
Mott Pioneer Press 'H'
Mott Supply Company H'
Occiclent Elevator '
O. K. Rubber Welders "
Olson Funeral Home li
Pheasant Lounge "
Play House and Open House "H
Radio Hospital and Roy's Refrigeration i'
Stangebye, Thorleif Sr. "
The Curve '
Wagendorf Real Estate and lnsurance "
Wally's Texaco Service "
Wangsvicks Have lt 'M'
Wemlqndf, E, F. Standard Bulk Service '
Weyerhauser Timber Company H'
Wolf Den ll'
Contributors as Indicated
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the Cardinal Boosters for their splendid co-operation and financial backing, without
which an Annual at this size would be impossible.
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