Mound Westonka High School - Mohian Yearbook (Mound, MN)

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 t THE MOHIAN PUBLISHED BY THE MOHIAN STAFF MOUND CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL MOUND, MINNESOTA INMusical notes have been written by many to express moods, emotions, or incidents. The notes throughout this book are meant to express appreciation for the qualifies which music bestows in each student through listening and performing. I listened, motionless and still; And, as I mounted up the hill. The music in my heart I bore. Long after it was heard no more. William WordsworthTABLE OF CONTENTS Page I. Theme and Foreword ............................... 2 II. Dedication .......................................... 4 III. Music of the Masters ............................. 5-10 The directors and instructors prepare us for our part of the performance in the great composition of the future. IV. "Classical........................................11-30 To excel in any particular branch of music it is necessary to practice long and hard. Music can influence scholarship whereby the student exerts more effort on his studies. V. Popular ........................................ 31-40 Activities symbolize a musical passage of gayety in our scholastic composition. VI. "Organizations ................................... 41-50 Participation in these extra curricular activities gives the student a basis for determining his selection of a future vocation. VII. Ability and Unity ................................ 51-63 Just as an orchestra or choir must have indi- vidual ability for proper balance and unity, so must every participant in sports. A basketball team could not progress without individual ability and unity for teamwork. Advertising 64-72Because the majority of the class of 1949 has an exceptional amount of musical talent and ability, the Mohian Staff has chosen to dedicate this Mohian with its musical theme to Mound's capable band director, Myron E. Skow, to show appreciation for all the work and effort he has given to improve and make the band the superior organization it was this year. Through his insistence on daily practice, each student was able to develop his individual techniques and abilities.Dale G. Nelson becomes new Superintendent of Schools Directors Conduct Efficiently J. M. Julsrud, senior high principal, spends large Harold Rassmussen is junior high principal, but part of time counseling. works with visual education program in spare time. Ladies Hold Soprano Posts Upper left: Mrs. Peorl Edlund, junior English instructor, takes time to put those marks on cords. Lower left: Mrs. Doreen Savage, senior English teacher, concentrates on a Mohian plate. She spends her spare time with journalistic activities. Upper right: Mrs. Charlyne Todnem, sophomore English teacher, studies play catalogues with Mrs. Evelyn Honson, mathematics instructor. Lower right: Miss Margaret Berven and Mrs. Dorothy Remark work on shower cards and demerit lists in locker room.Key Subjects, Make Varied Upper left: Irving Kepke and Harry Bockaus, industrial arts teachers, get together in shop. Lower left: Miss Helen Law, school nurse. Miss Genevieve Pfielsticher, and Miss Nora Casey, librarians, and Mrs. Ethel Emmens, secretary, have library conference. Upper right: Mrs. Marjorie Drager, Mrs. Norrna Anderson, and Mrs. Corinne Holmberg talk over problems in teaching junior high English. Lower right: Mrs. Blanche Peterson and Miss Catherine Muckleston preside over Mound's commercial department. Page eightNew Subjects Program Upper left: Mrs. Marie Johnson and Robert Wood-worth, junior high instructors, stop to talk while on hall duty. Lower left: Mrs. Marcine Degendorfer and Miss Phyllis Karlsen, home economics instructors, demonstrate art of table setting. Upper right: Joe Berge, junior high mathematics teacher, takes on new job as driver training teacher. Lower right: Maurice Tuman and Byron Nygard social science instructors, have dungeon conference over in K2. Page ninoMajor Scale Poses Caught Upper left: John Kuefler, chemistry and biology instructor, spends spare time with athletics. Upper right: Coaches Ed Behmler and Oscar Had-dorff pilot six phy ed classes per day. Lower Left: Don Soderlund and George Ohman are up against the top in third floor, junior high. Lower right: Vocal music supervisor. Miss Violet Hy-der, directs senior high chorus of some eighty voices. Page tenLEROY ALWIN: Academic Class play 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Mohian 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2; Mohian play 4. MAZIE ANDERSEN: General Class play 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Declam 2, 3; Mohian 3, 4; Class secretary 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Salutatorian. CHARLOTTE ANDERSON: Academic Class ploy 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Declam 2, 3, 4; Mohian 2, 3, editor 4; Nativity 3; Class secretary 1; Quill ond Scroll 3, 4. LELAND ANDERSON: Academic Class play 3, 4; Football 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2; M Club 3, 4; Mohian 3, business manager 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4. NANCY ANDRESEN: Commercial Class play 3, 4; Broadcaster 4; Commercial Club 4; G.A.A. 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Mohian 2; Chorus 3. TOM ANDERSON: General Entered in year 3; Football 3; Track 4; Wrestling 3. Page twelve FLORENCE ASCHENBECK: Commercial G.A.A. 2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; Orchestra 1. LOIS BENTZ: General Mohian 4; Declam 4; Chorus 1; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Class play 3, 4. DELORES BLECHSCHMIDT: General Class play 4; G.A.A. 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Declam 4; Cheerleader 4; Junior Red Cross 2. DICK BOERNER: General Football 4; Basketball 3; Golf 3, 4; M Club 4; Class vice-president 4. MAXINE BRAND: Academic Class play 3, 4; G.A.A. 3; Pep Club 4; Chorus 3, 4; Declam 4. BARBARA BUNTING: Commercial Class play 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; Student Council 4; Broadcaster 3, 4; Mohian 2, 4; Nativity 2, 3; Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Valedictorian.WINTON BURMASTER: General Class play 4; Football 2, 3, Co-captain 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3; Baseball 3, 4; M Club 4; Nativity 3. NED BUTTERFIELD: General Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Class ploy 4. ELAINE CRESSY: General G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2; Nativity 2. JOHN DALE: Academic Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Chorus 2; Track 3, 4; M Club 3, 4; Class treasurer 4; Broadcaster 4; Mohian 4; Nativity 3. DOLORES DITTRICH: General G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Chorus I. BARBARA ENGLE: General Class play 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Declam 3, 4; Orchestra 1. DAVE FEWELL: Academic Entered 4 from West; Class play 4; Declam 4; Baseball 4; Mohian play 4. RICHARD FRIDEN: General Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1; M Club 3, 4; Class president 2. ALAN GOTHMANN: General Football 2, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4; M Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4. LORETTA HAACK: Commercial Declam 3; Pep Club 2; Commercial Club 4; G.A.A. 2; Class play 4. DON HALL: General Football 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; M Club 3, 4; Nativity 3. MAE HARDT: General G.A.A. 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Page thirteenMEL HOAGLUND: Generol Closs piay 4; Football 4; Basketball 3, 4; Track 2; Junior Red Cross 4; Class president 3; Student Council president 4; Declam 4; M Club 4; Baseball 3, 4. ALYCE HONEYCUTT: General Class play 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 4; Chorus I, 3, 4; Declam 4. DON HUGGETT: General Chorus 1, 2, 3; Football I, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3. MARILYN IVERSON: Academic Entered 4 from Edison; Class play 4. KENNETH JOHNSON: General Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 3; M Club 3, 4. ROBERT JOHNSON: General Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2; Chorus 1; M Club 3, 4. RALPH JONES: Academic Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2; Chorus 1; M Club 3, 4. MARY ANN KAUTH: Commercial G.A.A. 2, 3; Commercial Club 4; Class play 3. PATTI KIMM: General Entered from West 4; Pep Club 4; Class play 4; Chorus 4; Declam 4; Mohian 4; G.A.A. 4. DOUGLAS KLAERS: General Football 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; M Club 4. JERRY KLAERS: General Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Track 1, 2; M Club 3, 4; Football 3. Page fourteenROGER KLINGENSMITH: General Class play 3; Football 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4; M Club 2, 3, 4. EILEEN KOCH: Commercial Class play 3; G.A.A. 3; Pep Club 4; Commercial Club 4; Declam 3; Queen's Attendant 4. BOB KOECHELER: General Football 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3; M Club 3, 4. GERALD KOHNEN: General RONALD KRAGTHORPE: Academic Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3; Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Broadcaster 4; Class play 4; M Club 2, 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4. HELEN KROTZER: General Chorus 1; G.A.A. I, 2. BILL KUBON: Academic FLOYD LAUMANN: Academic Football 2, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, Co-captain 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Student Council 4; M Club 2, 3, 4. GERALDINE LEDIN: Commercial Class play 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; Broadcaster 4; Chorus 1. JOAN LEGUS: Academic Class play 4; G.A.A. 1, 3; Pep Club 4; Band 1, 3, 4; Declam 1, 3, 4; Broadcaster 3; Nativity 3; Majorette I, 3, 4; Mohian play 4. ARLENE LEWIS: Commercial G.A.A. 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Commercial Club 4; Queen's Attendant 4. DONA LIND: General Entered from Marshall 4. Page fifteenRODGER MILLER: General Golf 3, 4; Class play 4. AUDREY MYERS: General Class play 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Broadcaster 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Nativity 3. TWYLAH NICHOLS: General Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Mohian 2; Nativity 3; Class play 3. PETER NIESEN: Academic Entered in year 3; Football 4; Basketball 3; Track 3, 4. BILL OGLAND: General Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2; Broadcaster 4; M Club 3, 4; Chorus 2. MARGARET OLSON: Academic Class play 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, president 4, secretary 2; Chorus 3; Student Council 3; Orchestra 1, 2; Homecoming Queen 4; Attendant 2, 3; Nativity 2, 3. DALE LINDQUIST: Academic Class play 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2; Orchestra 1; Nativity 4; Mohian play 4. DON LOGELIN: Academic Track 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4. DALE LUEDTKE: General Class play 4; Football 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3 4; Wrestling 2; Baseball 4; Class president 4; M Club 4; Nativity 3. DOROTHY McKELVEY: General Class play 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Chorus 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, BOB MAGNUSON: General Class play 4; Football 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 4; Wrestling 2; Band 1; M Club 2, 3, 4; Nativity 3; Chorus 1. LOIS MARTH: Commercial Page sixteenSALLY PETERSON: General Class play 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Broadcaster 1, 2; Mohian 1, 2; Nativity 2, 3; Class treasurer 3; Dramatic Club 2. SHIRLEY PETERSON: Academic Class play 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Broadcaster 2; Mohian 2, 3; editor 4; Orchestra 1, 2; Quill and Scroll 3, 4. GEORGE POULIOT: General Track 1,2, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Nativity 4. DONNA RANDOLPH: General Class play 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Broadcaster 3, 4; Mohian 2; Nativity 3. VIRGINIA REHBIEN: General G.A.A. 2, 3; Chorus 1; Class play 4. AVIS SANDEEN: General Class play 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Declam 3, 4; Mohian 3; associate editor 4; Nativity 3; Quill and Scroll 3, 4. GERALD SCHENDEL: General Track 2, 3; Wrestling 2, 3. ED SCHUMACHER: General Football 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4; Baseball 3, 4; M Club 2, 3, 4. VERNON SCHWALBE: General Basketball 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. ROY SCOTT: Academic Entered from Columbia Heights 4: Class play 4. SHIRLEY SMITH: General Pep Club 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2. GORDON TULBERG: Academic Mohian 4; Broadcaster 4; Class play 3, 4. Page seventeenJOE TAMBORNINO: Academic Class play 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, A-Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Declam 4; Broadcaster 1, 2, 3, Editor-in-chief 4; M Club 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4. NORMA THEOBALD: Commercial Class play 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Commercial Club 4; Declam 2, 3, 4; Mohian play 4. JACOB THOMAS: General Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; M Club 3, 4. JOANNE TIEMAN: General Class play 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; G.A.A. 4. ESTHER VARNER: Commercial G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; Declam 2, 3, 4; Nativity 3. DOROTHY WILLIAMS: General Class play 3, 4; Chorus 4; Nativity 3; G.A.A. 2, 3. JACK ANDERSON: General Entered from Wayzata 3; Football 4; Baseball 4; M Club 4. TOM BELL: Academic Entered from Washburn 3; Football 3, 4; Track 4; Baseball 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4, president. BOB CHRISTY: Academic Class play 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4, manager 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; manager 3, 4; Chorus 2; Declam 4; Broadcaster 2, 3, 4; Mohian 4; sports editor 4; M Club 3, 4; Nativity 3; Golf 2. ROALD ENDRESEN: General Basketball 1, 2, 4; Class play 4; Track 4. MARILYN LOGELIN: General G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4. DOLORES ROSCH: Commercial Class play 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; Declam 3, 4; Nativity 4. Page eighteenGARY SCRUTON: General Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3. GLORIA WILLIAMS: General Class play 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Declam 4; Nativity 3; Chorus 1. PATRICIA WOOD: General Entered from North 4; play 4; Pep Club 4; Chorus 4; Declam 4. SUE WOODY: General Class play 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Chorus 2; Nativity 2. LEO ZABACK: General Wrestling 4; Track 2, 3, 4; M. Club 4. ELAINE ZABEL: General Pep Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. JOYCE BABB: General Class play 3, 4; G.A.A. 3; Declam 4; Pep Club 3. BOB ENGELHART: General Nativity 3. MARILYN FREDIN: General Class play 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Declam 3, 4; Broadcaster 1, 2; Orchestra 1; Nativity 2, 3. MARY KUSKE: General Class play 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4, vice president 3, president 4; Chorus 1, 4; Nativity 2, 3. GERALD LONG: General Entered from North 4; Football 4; Basketball 4; Track 4; M Club 4; Broadcaster 4; Class play 4. BILL McGINN: General Football 1, 4; Basketball 4; Chorus 3, 4; M Club 4; Nativity 3. Page ninotcenBILL ZIEGLER: General Football 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Baseball 1; Chorus 2. JOYCE GIBSON: General Class play 3, 4; Nativity 2, 3; G.A.A. 2. DICK MATTHEWS: General Football 2; Track 1, 2, 4; Wrestling 2; Basketball 1, 2. MAZIE ANDERSEN, salutotorian, congratulates BARBARA BUNTING, valedictorian. Quill and Scroll, International Honor Society for High School Journalists, honors ten seniors. Row 1: A. Sondecn, C. Anderson, B. Bunting, S. Fetorson. Row 2: R. Kragthorpe, J. Tam-bornino, L. Anderson, G. Tulberg, R. Christy. Top fen seniors by scholastic standings are Row 1: J. Tambornino, B. Bunting, M. Andersen. Row 2: S. Peterson, M. Iverson, C. Anderson. Row 3: D. Lind quist, P. Niesen, M. Hoagland, A. Sandccn. Page twentyTop: Senior Class Big Wigs- Vice-presi-dont, D. 8oerner; treasurer, J. Data; secretary, M. Andersen and president. Dale luedtke. Upper left: Mozie Andersen and Joe Tam-bornino climb ladder to promised success. Left cen'er: Time out from studies for most faithful couple, Bill Ogland and Audrey Myers, to flash a smile (at each other). Lower left; "Hey, teoch! Why?" say curious Mary Kuske and Dave Fewoll. Lower Center: Boshful Gary Scruton and Lois Bentz are bock to back and like it that way. Lower right: Worried Eileen Koch "helps" os Mel Hoagland demonstrates his "most courteous" title. Right center: Tom and Charlotte Anderson, considered best dressed, pose to prove it. Upper right Marie Andersen and Bill Kubon show how they get those "A's".Junior Activities Move Row 1: J. Allenburg, J. Allenburg, L. Anderson, M. Bachmonn, G. Bocklund, B. Borret, S. Bandh. Row 2: B. Batdorf, H. Batdorf, W. Bauer, W. Bell, M. Birkland, B. Boll, L. Brozeman. Row 3: T. Bruck, D. Bruhn, D. Carlson, T. Christopherson, J. Correll, M. Courtney, G. Cox. Row 4: H. Cromer, B. DeCamp, J. DeCamp, E. Dickey, D. Dressel, J. Esget, M. Ford. Row 5: V. Ga, C. Groff, J. Haddorff, B. Halgren, E. Hanson, S. Hanson, J. Hegerle, B. Heydrick, M. Hilbelink, D. Hilstrcm, A. Holmquist. Row 6: L. Ebert, G. Humola, R. In-mann, P. Jackson, D. Johnson, J. Johnson, L. Johnson, J. Julsrud, F. Kirsch, A. Klaers, M. Klaers. Row 7: E. Knudson, D. Koch, L. Kohnen, J. Kressin, G. Kubasch, M. Kubon, T. Larruson, B. Lee, J. Lind. Insert right: Class officers J. Haddorff, M. Forde, J. Dilenberg and W. Martin. "Money, Money, Money," that was the byword of the class of '50 during the year 1949. In the backs of some of the heads were hatching little schemes. Some of these turned into big schemes. All were for making money. First on the agenda was a dance after one of the first games. Selling beanies was the next attempt to raise money. This one took a long time to go and Page twenty-two finally had to be supplemented by a "beanie dance." The price of admission was the purchase of a beanie. The junior class play was reported to have taken in quite a bit of money; at least it broke a recently establi'hed record for attendance. Only a week after the class play, along came Sadie Hawkins Day and the juniors sponsored a dance by the same name. A contest spurred some juniors to raise money when the magazine driveAt Allegro Tempo Row 1: C. Lindohll, R. Lindstrom, J. Linden, J. Luger, L. Lundquist, L. McCurdy, J. McFarland. Row 2: N. McKown, D. Maas, D. Madsen, P. Marquart, H Mashall, T. Martin, B. Martin. Row 3: R. Miller, J. Mills, J. Moffitt, M. Nelson, P. Nieson, M. Ohrt, D. Olson. Row 4: D. Patterson, D. Paulson, E. Paine, M. Perbix, D. Peterson, R. Pierce, L. Quass. Row 5: D. Reed, B. Rudniki, A. Rutledge, K. Sayther, J. Scharmann, M. Sheer, G. Scheidt, C. Schuler, E. Scislow, M. Segner, B. Simertz. Row 6: B. Simon, N. Skaret, R. Solberg, D. Splettstazer, V. Stark, P. Stoltman, J. Streater, L. Svanson, J. Swenson, K. Thomas, M. Thurk. Row 7: A. Tuttle, J. Vender Hagen, D. Watts, B. Weinzerel, W. Whalen, I. Whitacher, B. Winterhalter, H. Wolfe, M. Wren, A. Youngquist. Insert: Mrs. Edlund's junior English. Lower: American History scene. came up. Though not much money was taken in, every little bit helped. Then red and white emblems that glowed in the dark sold pretty well at 25 cents apiece. Juniors also took part in other activities and, in their spare time, managed to chalk up a few for their side. Three of the five cheerleaders on the '48-'49 team were juniors: Trudy Martin, Mary Jo Birkland, and Jean Allenburg. Eleven of their number were chosen for Quill and Scroll honors—Glorianne Kubasch, Lenore Anderson, Jo Haddorff, staff members of the Broadcaster; Carolyn Gooder, Mohian staff member; Mae Forde, service manager of Mohian; John Julsrud and Bill Goudy, next year's photographers; Ann Tuttle, next year's Mohian editor; Dorinda Reed, next year's Broadcaster editor; and Norman Skaret, Mohian business manager for 1949-50. Page twenty-threeModerato Symbolizes Row 1; R. Adams, B. Andersen, A. Andersop, G. Anderson M. Anderson, P. Anfonson, E. Arnes. Row 2: R. Babafz, F. Baker, E. Blank, F. Bloom, L. Boehner, B. Brokke, J. Brooks. Row 3: J. Budd, D. Bullard, H. Bunting, I. Carlson, C. Christianson, C. Conrad, J. Dalo. Row 4: J. Darsaw, P. Dressel, D. Easthouse, D. Ebert, J. Eklof, A. Endresen, V. Erickson. Row 5: M. Gjertsen, J. Govendo, J. Gardes, D. Gibson, M. Ernst, B. Farnham, C. Fink, F. Finley, C. Fischer, A. Fischor, C. Forde. Row 6: R. Goudy, D. Graober, S. Gray, W. Guntle, L. Haogonson, S. Hansen, P. Higus, D. Iverson, L. Jacobs, B. Jacobsen, J. Johnson. Row 7: R. Johnston, Y. Jorgenson, D. Kirsch, L. Klaers. Insert ,loft: Officers—J. Gerdes, E. Sweitzer, M. Krueger, E. Farn ham. Brains! That's the word for the sophomores Facts and figures prove that 95 per cent of Minnesota's sophomores have less ability and have poorer grades in their school work than the average sophomore of Mound. Approximately half of the class have more intelligence than 75 per cent of Minnesota's sophomores. These figures are the results of the American Council on Education Examination in which all the present sophomores of Minnesota participated. Page twenty-four Ambitious! That's another word for the sophomores. Even though it was their first year in senior high, there were always some participating in every activity. In the beginning of the year, many of the boys tried out for football. Then when basketball season arrived sophomores were again among those trying out.Sophomore Class Pace Row 1: K. Klingensmith, I. Klone, D. Krogthorpe, J. Krotzor, M. Krueger, B. Kust, E. Loger. Row 2: G. Larson, M. Lemmerman, J. Legus, E. Luetgers, R. Luse, J. Marshall, M. Marth. Row 3: G. Mason, M. Messer, T. Mielke, T. Montogue, J. Morton, H. Mosch, K. Nelson. Row 4: E. Oeffling, M. Oeffling, R. Oskey, J. Paul, M. Pettit, L. Pilgrim, R. Ritton. Row 5: M. Rosch, F. Roycraft, J. Rud-nicki, D. Soldon, A. Sandeon, C. Schmidt, E. Sweitzer, J. Scruton, 0. Seger, P. Scgner, L. Smith. Row 6: J. Stringfellow, E. Sweeney, R. Thompson, M. Throolin, V. Thurber, R. Tieman, N. Tulberg, A. Visser, A. Visser, M. Vogelsang, B. Walters. Row 7: D. White, Q. Wicks, P. Young, V. Ziegler. Upper Insert: Mrs. Todnem gives test on Tale of Two Cities to sophomores. Lower Insert: C. Schmidt, J. Wilcox, and A. Anderson, work in cooking lob under the direction of Mrs. Degendorfer. Contest work also attracted them. Some had declamations, and others took part in the one act plays. The majority taking part were girls. There were also a number working on the Broadcaster and Mohian staff, and 26 per cent of the band members were sophomores. Dances sponsored by the sophomores were for the purpose of supporting the Junior-Senior Prom of the coming school year. This is an expensive undertaking and a huge project for which sophomores begin raising money a year beforehand. Maurice Tuman, John Kuefler, and Pearl Edlund, their class advisors, have been helping them at every turn. Page twenty-fiveFrosh Play Prelude To Row 1: J. Adams, J. Altcndorf, B. Amidon, C. Anderson, G. Anderson, R. Anderson. Row 2: R. Anderson, F. Boccher, R. Beecher, R. Berg, H. Bell, B. Bloom, M. Boll. Row 3: D. Brand, B. Brandenburg, V. Brandenburg, D. Bryant, M. Bryant, M. Bryant, N. Buchanan. Row 4: G. Budd, L. Chapmann, R. Burgeff. T. Bursow, C. Carlson, D. Carlson, G. Christopherson. Row 5: C. Kohncn, W. Soffeo, M. Connelly, J. Crites. J. Dahl, B. Dalchow, D. David, P. Dickey, D. Dion, J. Dresser. R. Elliott. Row 6: J. Fetterley, C. Ford, L. Fries, L. Fries, J. Gasper, C. Garrot. P. Gorman, G. Hall, L. Hallef, J. Hanson, R. Harrington. Row 7: K. Hartmann, J. Henderscheid, W. Hennings, D. Hietz, J. Hilgcrs, H. Holm, D. Houck, J. Huggett, P. Igo, M. Iverson, G. Johnson. Row 8: G. Johnson, T. Jetland, J. Kinnaman, D. Ketchcr, R. Kickhafer, P. Kline, B. Koch, C. Koch, V. Koch, J. Koecheler. Insert; Officers R. Berg, V. Brandenburg, P. Zaback, and D. Kubon. Page twenty-sixSenior High Activities Row 1: J. Koccheler, C. Kohrem. V. Krotzer, J. Kroger, D Kubon, V. Kollberg, J. Kutze. Row 2: M. Berg, D. ludekt, D. Larson, J. LoForo, E. Lemmermon, H. Lenard, M. Liljevoll. Row 3: G. Lindahl, C. Lindholm, C. Logclin, H. Lohmor, L. Maas, S. Magnuson, J. Malakowsky. Row 4: J. Markquart. W. Marston, J. May, M. Meyer, R. Miller, G. Miller, D. Mills. Row 5s D. Mosch, J. Nickisch, K. Nord, R. Palmer, R. Pauliot, R. Payne, A. Kelkey, D. Perbix, D. Pfeilstickcr, V. Poore, J. Ritten. Row 6: R. Robinson, D. Rodgers, R. Rosenberger, M. Ross, J. Ruppellus, V. Salden, L. Scheldt, R. Schultz, J. Smith, J. Solberg, D. Sonderop. Row 7: S. Sprague, J. Stein, R. Stelling, J. Stewart, J. Stuckmoycr, M. Tambornino, M. Thomas, 0. Thuftetal, L. Thurbar, R. Towr.or, M. Tracy. Row 8: H. Ulrich, J. Valley, R. Vangen, G. Volkcnant, G. Watts, E. Wills, E. Whittaker, R. Wood, P. Zaback. Insert: Top—Ninth grade English amuses Mrs. Hclmberg. Bottom—Algebra-ers slave ot those long equations. Page twenty-sevenUnderclassmen Mark GRADE EIGHT Row 1 R. Babotz, J. Anderson, B. Ayres, R. Anderson, K. Anderson, G. Anderson, S. Alwin, R. Adam. Row 2: M. Cose, J. Caron, E. Carlson, J. Brown, M. Bockhaus, C. Bjork, G. Broy, R. Bowers. Row 3: J. Dybdahl, W. Duehn, B. Dressel, K. David, M. Dole, J. Courtney, M. Christy, J. Sfeon, W. Stewart, S. Swenson, I. Thurk. Row 4: M. Hallet, D. Hall, D. Gruette, I. Grioshabor, J. Gilliam, H. Gogen, R. Fern, H. Farnhom, M. Thurk, D. Trask, A. Williamson, R. Woytcke. Row 5: R. King, C. Kick-hafer, K. Kelly, R. Keiser, J. Johnson, T. Jensen, P. Jackson, C. Jackson, B. lilies, J. Huff, E. Hoff, M. Herman. R. Hayes. Row 6: J. Negard, M. Moe, E. Miller, W. McCurdy, S. McConnell, P. Mann, J. Malakowsky, B. Magnuson, t. Lind, M. lenmark, P. Kullberg, J. Kline. Row 7: L. Paul, A. Palmer, M. Paisley, M. Orr, K. Olson, B. Noren, J. Nickols, N. Niccum, M. Nelson, M. Nelson, J. Nelson, B. Nelson. Row 8: C. Spletfsfoeszer, G. Smith, R. Segner, A. Segner, L. Schuler, J. Schmidt, T. Gunther, G. Corpentier, F. Reinking, M. Pool, P. Pogue, G. Platzer, J. Perbix, J. Partington. Insert: President, Mike Dale; Treasurer, Richard King; Vice-resident, Holon Farnhom; Secretary, Beverly Magnuson. Page twenty-eightTime To Metronome GRADE SEVEN Row 1: W. Arnold, J. Aylvor, R. Barry, M. Beckman, L. Berg, T. Bottcnficld. J. Bowers, S. Brokke. Row 2: B. Brooks, N. Bunting, R. Burbank, C. Carlson, E. Carlson, G. Coffee, G. Crosby, D. Duehn. Row 3: R. Engclke, W. Frendell, B. Gillespie, C. Gritka, M. Hallet, J. Hond, J. Hartor, E. Harder, J. Uner, A. Uner, J. Voll, R. Vossen. Row 4: M. Hoinsch, R. Hols, B. Hemple, R. Hcssclgrove. K. Iverson, A. Jackson, C. Jacobson, K. Johnson, J. Walton, D. White, R. Whittaker, A. Zaback. Row 5: S. Johnstone, L. Ketcher, D. Klein, J. Klingcnsmith, M. Koch. J. Kocchcler M. Kohls, I. Kuske, J. Kust, G. LaForc, I. Larusson, D. Lcnmark. Row 6: C. Lind, B. Lodmill, B. lodmill, B. Lohmar. G. Kuger, A. Lundquist, B. McKelvey, R. McKinney, R. Maos, B. Martin, B. Martin, J. May. Row 7: J. Mills, R. Morrisen, G. Myers, M. Oskey, R. Patterson, A. Petterson, D. Peterson, K, Peterson, L. Peterson, R. Peterson, B. Pierson, P. Pope. Row 8: A. Reisberg, D. Russell, C. Russell, J. Schaumberg, R. Schccher, B. Schwartz, M. Scruton, D. Scger, D. Skiles, S. Smith, R. Snyder, D. Spaulding. Row 9: C. Stadther, D. Stahlke, R. Stclling, R. Stinson, B. Storup, M, Smith, A. Strass-burg, I. Swanson, C. Swedborg, D. Swink, D. Schultz, C. Trovoll. Insert: President, John Voll; Secretary, Karen Johnson; Vice-President, Terry Bottenfield. Page tweny-nineGORDY CLIMBS FOR THIS ONE! A familiar sight any day is the bus loading which takes place at 3:40 sharp. These buses take students to all parts of the district—Spring Park, Maple Plain, Boni, Navarre, the Island. Students brave elements to go to classes at K1 and K2. Shown all bundled up are T. Anderson, C. Schuler, and P. Stoltman. THEY KEEP MOUND WHEELS TURNING An indi'pensable part of school is efficiency in the office. Mrs. Gladys Krusen. Mrs. Lila Robbe, and Mrs. Betty Hoefer combine talents to provide this need.CALENDAR OF OCTOBER, Homecoming, °n marching band go hand in hand Delegates—Ron Kragthorpe, Joe Tambornino, Avis Sandeen, Charlotte Anderson, Shirley Peterson, and Gordy Tulberg — talk over NOVEMBER French lick Convention. Audrey iSetty Hutton) Myers encores during FEBRUARY Variety Show ct Watertown. "little Women" comes to lite during MARCH at the one act play contest.NOTE” WORTHY EVENTS Barbara Bunting and Lenore Anderson moke DECEMBER right by trimming traditional tree in the main hall. Badcetballers — Roald Endresen. Dick Madsen, Don Hall, and Bill Simertz — hove JANUARY locker room conference. Mohian money makers, Norman Skaret and Lee Anderson review props for big APRiL carnival. Student Council president Mel Hoagland addresses J. M. Julsrud, Eileen Koch, students and faculty KAAY nrnm.hrmmiGt- Poge thirty-thfcoTop: "Young ond Gay" are the expressions on the faces of Tom Bell, Audrey Myers, Joe Tambornino, Dave Fewell, Noncy Andresen, Joan Legus, and Mel Hoaglond. Center: Audrey Myers, Noncy Andresen take leads os Emily and Cornelia. Lower: Nancy Andresen, Maxine Brand, Shirley Peterson get set for strategic scene. Unseen influence is Mrs. Todnem, director. Our Hearts Were Young and Gay This '49 Day "Our Hearts Were Young and Goy," the seniors' choice for their class play, was presented at the Mound auditorium at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, April 29. The play revolves around the antics of the two girls, Cornelia Otis Skinner (Nancy Andresen) and Emily Kimbrough (Audrey Myers!. It is partly autobiographical. The two girls are going with their parents to Paris, France. They decide that they have reached the age whon thov should be emancipated, so they ore going to take a different boat from the one that their parents are taking. While they are on board the ship, they meet two fellows, Dick Winters (Tom Bell) and Leo McEvoy (Joe Tambornino), who ore also traveling to Paris. There are sparks of romance. Cornelia has decided to become on actress, ond so her main reason for going to Paris is to take acting lessons from a teacher named Monsieur De La Croix (Ron Krogthorpc). Cornelia, in every way, attempts to go dramatic, and makes any little incident hilariously funny by giving it the theatrical touch. Emily, on the other hand, is going to Poris to study bollet. Of the two girls, Emily is probably the most serious. She is extremely concerned about their boat trip—whether they will sink or whether they will make it. She is preparing for all sorts of emergencies. She has her lifo preserver out; she blows up her water wings, ond even goes so far as to load the two life boots with fig newtons in case the boat should be stranded. Mr. Skinnor, (Mel Hoagland), Cornelio's father, is on actor and adds a lot of droll humor to the story as he subtly pokes fun at the girls. Mrs. Skinner (Joan Legus) is simply an older voriety of Cornelia. Mazie Andorson and Charlotte Anderson played the parts of two flippant English girls. Maxine Brand proved the epitome of "une Francaise femme" (in the role of a maid). Page thirty-fourJoAnn Haddorff. Harold Marshall, Ann Tuttle, Bruco Halgren. and Wendy Bell watch as "Beef" puts Don Paulson in the barrel. Bill Martin, Ann Tuttle, Wendy Bell, and Leonard Brozeman, with Jim Corroll on stretcher. Left: Don Paulson lands one on Wendy Bell. Juniors Make Hit With Play, "Beauty and Beef" Tryouts for "Beauty and the Beef" were held on Thursday, September 30. Lots of girls turned out, but only a few boys came. "The choice was difficult," said Mrs. Evelyn Hanson, but she finally chose the following cast: Wendy Bell, Ginny Allen; Bruce Halgren, Beef; Ann Tuttle, Franny Barton; Harold Marshall, Foggy Ryan; JoAnne Haddorf, Mrs. Allen; Don Bruhn, Mr. Allen; Don Trask, Mr, Woods; Don Paulson, Lester Allen; Carolyn Gooder, Dr. Spencer; Marlene Courtney, Mit-zi; Dorinda Reed, Miss Bigby,- Glorianne Cox, Dot; Keith Sayther, Steve; Marlene Perbex, Betty; Bill Heydrick, Bubbles,- Don Peterson, Scaffold; Mary Jo Birkland, Barbara; Bill Martin, Stretcher Bearer; Bill Goudy, Messenger,-Leonard Brozeman, Stretcher Bearer,- Roland Solberg, Professor Barton; Mae Forde, Molly Woods,- Jim Correll, Milt; and numerous extras. As practice got under way there was much fooling around and lots of fun. A week before the play was given the kids began to settle down. Practices were held just about every school night and a couple of Saturdays. Except for a few cases of absenteeism and a few discouragements the play come along quite smoothly. Little quips from backstage kept Mrs. Hanson and the cast in stitches. The play was given at a matinee on Thursday, November 11, for the school and the fact that the 3:30 bell rang and people began walking out in the middle of the last act led to a bit of discouragement backstage. The big night came on Friday, November 12, and after it was all over everyone was happy indeed. Right: Wendy Bell roises voice and fists at "Beef" Halgren.Upper: Senior High declamation meeting. Present are (seated) B. Engle, G. Cox, L. Bentz, M. Forde, E. Varner, G. Ledin, D. Rosch, (standing) A. Sandeen, M. Brand, M. Birkland, p. Seger, P, Yourg, N. Theobold, 0. Bleschmidt. Lower: Karen Hartmann delivers winning selection to junior high division as Mrs. Holmberg and Mrs. Drager, coaches, look on. Declamation, Play Groups Make Notable Progress Left: Elroy Payne cuts cake while rehearsing for one act play contest. Watching are R. Christy, P. Young, M. Anderson. Right: In the cost of "Winter Sunset" are M. Courtney, K. Sayther, K. Klingcnsmith, and C. Forde. Mound eliminations were held on March 2 in the auditorium. The district contest on March 15 saw eight Mound students, Pat Young, manuscript reading, Glorianne Cox, oration; Carolyn Good-er, dramatic; Joan Legus, dramatic; Geraldine Ledin, humorous; Maxine Brand, manuscript reading; Bil! Martin, oration; and Karen Hartman, junior high humorous, taking part. Two of these entries, Carolyn Gooder and Pat Young, received superior ratings in their divisions. The others received "very good" and "excellent" for their selections. The one act play, "Grey Bread", also received a rating of "very good". Page thirty-sixCouncil Confers: H. Mosch, B. Bunting, J. Streoter, F. Loumon, Pr rsident Hooglond, Advisor Mrs. Edlund, F. Roycroft, H. Morsholl, I. Anderson. Councils Produce Basic Chords Row 1: J. Bown, 0. Peterson, R. Bates. Row 2: V. Kullberg, J. Koechelcr, C. Bjork. Page thirty-sevenStudents Harmonize For Margaret Olson comes down the aisle QUEEN MARGARET OF '49 HOMECOMING Bill Simertz dances with O queen, watched by Tom Boll, Marie Anderson, and Geraldine Humola. Below: Glorianne Cox charms oudience with black face. Upper right: Queen Margaret rides with attendants Eileen Koch, Arlene Lewis, Queen Margaret, Helen Mosch, Janice Streafer. Wendy Bell; Robert Lee, driver. Below: Ouppy Skaret cries for mama in pop fest skit. lowor loft: Queen Margaret poses with other beauties, Wendy, Eileen, Helen, Arlene, and Janice. Page thirty-eight1948 Homecoming Success Seniors moke Root and vow Jo "Fly By Robins". Ned Buttorfield, Bill Kubon, Bob Englehordt, Mozie Anderson, Bob Mognuson and Dale Luedtke perform. Despite the fact that pranksters destroyed the bonfire one night too early, the 1948 Homecoming got under way Thursday evening, October 14, with the burning of the second '"hurriedly gathered" pile. Football co-captains. Wimpy Burmaster and Bill Simertz, set it off by the lighting of the Robins' dummy. Inspiration speeches were given by several facul-members, several alumni, and the "pig-skin" cocaptains. Music by the band and chorus, and cheers led by the cheer leaders greatly increased the pep of the attending crowd. The traditional snake dance down main street climaxed the bonfire. The pep fest which took place the following afternoon started the 1948 Homecoming well on its way. Skits consisting of musical impersonations and an imitation pep fest were presented by the Pep Club. The climax of the pep fest was the crowning of blond. Queen Margaret Olson by Wimpy Burmaster, co-captain of the Mohawks. Queen Margaret had as her attendants Eileen Koch, Arlene Lewis, Janice Streater, Wendy Bell, and Helen Mosch. The next event on the homecoming calendar was the parade down main street. Many colorful floats were entered, and here and there one could spot the Homecoming slogan, "Fly-By Robins." However, that evening the Robins flew just a little too high, for they downed the Mohawks to the tune of 32 to 0. During the half of the game, the floodlights were turned off, and the band impressed the crowd with Five formations made visible by pen flashlights, held in each band member's hat. The beautiful Fireworks also awed the crowd. The dance held in the gaily-decorated lunch room concluded the 1948 Homecoming. Queen Margaret and her attendants, accompanied by their escorts, led the Grand March, and everyone joined in dancing to the music of Bob Farley's orchestra. Scenes from pep fest show Audrey Myers, comedienne impersonator of Betty Hutton, Tom Anderson and Ralph Jones in comedy skit, ond Lee Andorson, M.C.Right: Chccrleoders don school's red and white. Trudy Martin, Mary Jo Birkland, Audrey Myers, Jean Allenburg and Delores Bleschsmidt compose squad. Bolow: Shirley Poterson wins talent contest for second straight year. Carolyn Gooder ploys accompaniment. Above: Dolores Blochsmidt and John Dale inspect Curtis, Hotel program. Right: Two couples stop dancing to pose. With Joe Tombornino is Lois Sorenson who left to attend school in Oregon last year. Pot Anderson, doss of '48. and Don Hall. Lower loft: Grand March highlights '48 Prom. Leaders were Eileen Koch with escort, junior class president Mol Hoagland, Charlotte Anderson, Roger Anderson, Nancy Andresen, Bob Kodeshko. Left: Morilyn Baker competition. plays solo in bondRow 1: S. Peterson, 1. Alwin, W. Coffee, D. Trosk, S. Alwin. Row 2: M. Baker, J. Hoddorff, L. Schailbe, G. Christenson, W. Henning, B. Norcn, J. Wilcox. Row 3: R. Solburg, S. Hanson, M. Ford, G. Icdin, E. Vorner, B. Guntle, R. Woytcke, R. Robinson, K. Peterson, T. Laruson. Row 4: A. Peterson, R. Kieser, G. Wolfs, P. Higus. Row 5: B. Martin, E. Lager, J. Scrufon, V. Thurber, M. Hardt, G. Eidem, Pot Young, G. Scruton. Band Keys As the school season began, the band with 73 members, wos determined to moke this the most eventful yeor it had ever hod. With their first concert on December 2, out of the way, these ambitious studonts settled down for some hard work. The spring held many activities for which to prepare. Among these were the St. Patrick's Day concert, an all doy band clinic at Excelsior with Gerold Prescott of the University bond as guest conductor and critic, and the District and Stote High School Music Contest-Festival, featuring Schubert's "First Movement of the Unfinished Symphony." Through the extended efforts of the Band Boosters Club, composed of band members' parents, the money wos raised for financing an exchange concert tour with Detroit Lakes and Two Harbors, Minnesota, on March 31. April I and 2, 1949. Along with Margaret Olson, president of the band, and Shirley Peterson, who soloed during the tour, were several other soloists and ensembles who participated in the spring contests. Mound High and the Mohian staff, because they are very proud of the musical organizations and their contribution to the personality of the student, have selected music as the yearbook theme, and hove dedicated it to the industrious, inexhaustible efforts of Myron Skow, director. Page forty-two Clarinet quartet—G. Christiansen, L. Schiable, J. Haddorff, M. Baker—rehearses contest numbers.Row 1: I. Thurk, F. Aschenbeck, R. Eckman, P. Mono, M. Olson. Row 2: J. Klingcnsmith, R. Schecker, B. Goudy, J. Stringfellow, M. Christy, J. Streotor. Row 3: J. Solberg, D. Hall, F. Baker, J. Paul, H. Marshall, C. Anderson, R. Overby, D. Trask, B. Engle, G. Cox. Row 4: G. Myors, J. Voll. D. Rosch, B. Dongoskc, J. Pordington, C. Waters, 8. Halgron, D. Madsen. Row 5: D. Lindquist, R. Luse, M. Skow, C. Cooder, J. Eklof. Spirit of '49 C. Anderson, librarian; J. Haddorff, vice presi dent; G. Cox, secretary; J. Dale, properties,- D. Lindquist, treasurer; W. Marlin, properties; M. Olson, president, discuss band letters with Mr. Skow. Page forty-three— Row 1: D. Watts, V. Ziegler, J. Scharmann, J. Allonburg. D. Randolph, D. Williams, P. Carlson. A. Tuttle, D. Reed, D. Scger, D. Loge-lin, D. Olson. Row 2: M. Baker, P. Wood, H. Mosch, N. Tuloerg, G. Humolo, P. Kimm, C. Schmidt, A. Honoycutt, B. Anderson, M. Anderson, J. Gcrdes. B. Boll. 0. Paulson. Row 3: D. Giober, P. Higus, B. Jacobson, M. Kuske. M. Bachmann, J. Tieman, M. Marth, M. Throolin, E. Hanson, T. Bell, R. Eckmon, A. Endreson, D. Bruhn, B. Heydrick. Choisters Add With more names on its roster and more experience to its credit the Mound High School Chorus, under the direction of Miss Violet Hy-der, began a "bigger and better" year with its first public appearance at the P.T.A. open-house on November 8. The choristers sang their much rehearsed rendition of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic". October 28 was a big day for the 12 members chosen to sing in the All-State Chorus which gave a concert for the teachers during M.E.A. All 80 members took part in the Christmas concert which was given on December 17. The Minnetonka Singers repaid the chorus for its help in their 1947 Christmas Concert by lending a few singers to add volume to Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus." The next big project was the Easter cantata, "Victory Divine" by J. Christopher Marks. The weeks from January first to April third were spent in preparation of the cantata and the selections for the District Music Festival which was held at Robbinsdale on April 7. Compositions by Minnesota authors were featured in a spring concert to celebrate the Minnesota Centennial. Dale Lindquist reoils Biblical passage or the Christmas concert.Row Is T. Miolko, R. Thompson, G. Cox. P. Young, A. Rutledge, L. Anderson, R. Inman, C. Fisher, M. Kubon, G. Martin, J. Eklof. Row 2; L. Smith, N. Skaret, T. Bruck, R. Jones, H. Cromer, G. Wicks, M. logelin, M. Brand. J. Brooks, B. Brokko, W. Bell, J. Alien-burg. Row 3: J, Linden, B. McGinn, B. Halgren, E. Knutson, M. Lemmermon, K. Klingensmith, J. Loras, S. Grey, C. Fink, L. Marth, D. McKelvoy, M. Perbix, C. Gooder. Voices, Concerts, Many Notes Lower left: C. Gooder accomponies the senior high chorus at their Christmas concert. lowor right: Boss section has solo during chorus rehearsal. Front: R. Jones, W. McGinn. Back; S. Bandh. J. Lint'cn.Pep Club Raises Voices Cheerleaders: M. Birkland, J. Allonberg, A. Myers, T. Martin, D.BIeckschmidt. Row 1: M. Perbix, P. Wood, P. Kimm, M. Courtney, M. Kuske, A. Lewis, J. Scharman, A. Youngquist, P. Carlson, M. Bachman. Row 2: E. Hanson, A. Tuttle, S. Peterson, A. Rutdledge, B. Bunting, W. Bell, J. Allenbcrg, S. Smith, E. Zobel, S. Hanson. Row 3: A. San-deen, E. Koch, G. Cox, M. Olson, D. Randolph, T. Nichols, S. Peterson, C. Anderson, M. Hardt, F. Aschenbeck, J. Streater.In Support of Athletics Row 1: K. Thomos, L. Swanson, J. Gerdes, W. Burmaster, D. Klaers, E. Dickey. Row 2: B. Ogland, R. Pierce, J. Anderson, B. Simertz, B. Johnson, J. Tombornino, D. Kragthorpo, J. Dale, D. Hall. Row 3: Coach Haddorff, F. Lauman, B. Kocchelor, R. Kadechka, I. Zaback, B. McGinn, D. Luedtke, B. Magnuson, J. Klaers, J. Thomas. Row 4: R. Eckman, R. Kragthorpe, B. Simon, T. Bruck, S. Bondh, J. Long, B. Christy, L. Klaers, L. Anderson. Row 5: A. Gothman, E. Schumacher, M. Hoagland, R. Bcerner, R. Friden. - •• i ei—i i Pop Club Officers, J. Scharmann and M. Kuske, sign up bus load for out of town game. M Club Officors, Joe Tombornino, Don Hall, Floyd Lauman, and Wimpy Burmaster get together.Journalism Class Joins Staff Top: Broadcaster editors slave ot pilot office to meet deadline. A. Myers, G. Tulberg, J. Tambornino, editor-in-chief; D. Reed, J. Hoddorff, J. Dole, R. Krogthorpe. Upper left: Jim Correll leoves school to solicit advertising, left center: Journalism students broadcast the Broadcaster once a week. Left to right: B. Halgren, R. Madsen, E. Scislow, M. Bachman and Jo Haddorff. Lower left: R. Oskey, P. Niesen, N. Tulberg, M. Morth look over new edition with G. Kubosch. Lower center: M. Baker tabulates result of current poll for group members A. Tuttle, J. McFarland, D. Reed, and D. Seger. Upper right: B. Bunting and N. Andresen type, type, and type to prepare copy for printers. Right center: Staff writers F. Finley, K. Klingensmith, A. Young-quist, J. Streofer, P. Young, J. Schormann, M. Kubon look over exchanges for ideas. Lower right: Barb gives journolism pointers to junior high staff including M. Tambornino, B. Noren, B. Knoblauch, D. Kubon, J. Voll, V. Kullberg. L. Paul.A Must For Mohian Out In June Top: Mohian editors A. Tuttle, A. Sandeen, C. Anderson and S. Peterson discuss layout problems. Uppor loft: Photography staff confers with Gordy, head photographer. Foreground: J. Julsrud. Row 2: G. Tulberg, F. Baker, B. Goudy. Back: J. Mills, D. Klaers. Loft center: L. Alwin and A. Tuttle staff artists, look over Mohian Carnival posters mado by J. McFarland. Lower loft: D. Reed, P. Kimm, G. Kubasch and B. Bunting, writers, gather ideas. Lower center; M. Anderson and L. 8entz, Mohian typists, prepare copy for publishers. Lower right: Bob Christy gives pointers to sports staff, R. Overby, B. Halgren, and J. Dale. Right ccntor: Mae Fordo enlists help for fund raising schemes from B. Anderson, B. Brakke, L. Anderson, M. Hilbelink, B. Gun-tie, L. Pilgram, M. Morth. Upper right: N. Skaret and L. Anderson, Mohian business managers, look happy, but they often weren't.Commercial Club Meots Row 1: 8. Bunting, L. Hoack, E. Koch, G. Ledin, D. Rosch, E. Varner. Row 2: F. Aschenbeck, A. Lewis, N. Andresen, M. Kaufh, N. Theobold, Miss Muckleston. Library Assistants Help Out Row 1: M. Orr, L. Pilgram, M. Ross, B. Andorson, V. Ziegler, M. Throolin, B. Brakko. Row 2: M. Nelson, V. Forseth, P. Kullberg. Senior, Junior High Clubs Vary Schedule Historical Society specializes in Centennial studies: Row It I. Swonson, C. Swedburg, L. Baker, S. Brakke, E. Carlson, L. Paul, M. Christy, V. Bruhn, M. Moe, J. Crites, M. Tombornino, M. Paisley, L. Lind. Row 2: R. Harrison, J. Klingensmith, D. Peterson, M. Nelson, J. Markquart, K. Olson, K. Johnson, V. Kullberg, B. Knoblaugh, 0. Kubon. Row 3: Mrs. Johnson, J. Stewart, B. Lodmil, J. Voll, B. Lodmil, M. Nelson, R. Adams, B. Martin, I. Scheidt, V. Brandenburg. Page fiftyfight on hard hitting Mohawk Braves fight on to 71 o i e'll win this game and with it fame for M-O-U-B-D Rah Rah Rah ‘n nif Jir Right to the_ end « oar honor save, £ grave; Let Red and white J 7ft Hats off to yo np 3U non ofS mertz. Bccrmastc v Ism lorniwo $ _ ii Bdr dh Park J bJdifistd 7£ Hopkins Id kob'msdale 32 Hxctls op 7 U High O Mound 0 Mound (o Mound. 0 Mound 0 Mound (o Mound 7 t C-irrn♦ ♦ ♦ Season Has Its Disappointments Row 1: B. Ogland, J. Dole, B. Johnson, D. Kragthorpe. Row 2: B. Simerfz. But Mohawks Build For '49 Squad Clockwise: J. Long, D. Luodtke, R. Pierce, M. Hooglond, R. Boer- Clockwise: R. Kragthorpe, E. Schumacher, c. Lauman, R. Friden, ner, R. Kadcchka, E. Scislow, J. Julsrud. B. Magnuson, D. Klaers, R. Koecheler, A. Gothman. Page fifty-threeBombers, Underclassmen, Junior Row 1: T. Montague, T. Bruck, J. Juluud, E. Scislow, E. Luse, H. Marshall, T. Larson, T. Christopherson, E. Bloom, R. Lee. Row 2: E. Lager, J. Linden, G. Dicky, E. Knudson, L. Brazeman, D. Salden, R. Lindstrom, B. Boll, F. Roycraft, C. Schuler. Row 3: J. Gerdes, R. Eckmon, D. Johnson, T. Mielko, B. Holgren, R. Dongoske, R. Fern, R. Overby, W. Simons, J. Johnson. The Mound football season was quite a disappointment to the fans as well as a tough one on the boys. The team opened the season with Park at Park. The game was hard fought for three quarters, but Mound fell apart and Park scored twice in the fourth. The score—13 to 0. The next week Mound foiled to bounce and was whipped by Wayzata. The score was 25 to 6. Sammy Bandh scored for Mound. Don Hall was elected to the team of the week. Blake was the next one to beat the Mohawks. Although Mound fought hard, they fell 8 to 0. Mound then went to Hopkins to play one of the best games of the year. Except for two perfect plays and a blocked kick on the part of the Warriors the game was even. The score was 19 to 0. Then came Homecoming and a sad one it was for Mound as they took one of their worst beatings in years. Robbinsdale 32—Mound 0. Bill Simertz was chosen on the team of the week. Excelsior come next, but it was not so easy for them to run over Mound. The boys came up with the best game of the season. The score was 7 to 6. Except for a 95-yard run by Excelsior the Mohawks would have been the victors as Mound out-downed the Blue Jays 14 to 2. Bill Simertz scored and John Dale was chosen on the team of the week. U High then came to Mound to wind up the season ond believe it or not. Mound won! News! Mound 7— U High 0. Joe Tambornino scored for Mound and John Dale and Bill Simertz made the team of the week. Bill Simertz was chosen on the all conference team at an end ond Don Hall made tackle. The team showed a lot of improvement toward the end of the season and should be tough next year. Returning will be Captains Bill Simertz and Sam Bandh, Dave Kragthorp, Gay Eidem, Ed Knutson, Roy Pierce, Roger Eckmon, plus a host of other boys who were on the B team. MOUND BOMBERS' SCORES 0 7 13 12 13 12 0 6 12 0 JUNIOR HIGH SCORES 6 12 0 18 o 8 o 8 Excolsior 0 Mound 32 Pago fifty fourHigh Progress Toward Future Wins Lineup: Ends, Gruette ond May; Tackles, Harrison and Krotzer; Guards, Anderson and Berg; Centor, Brand; Quarter, Bates,- Right Half, Fern,- Loft, Marston; Fullback, Chapman. P. Kline, H. Bell, S. Swensen, R. Anderson, D. Hall, Hallet, Ferndell, G. Watts, G. Bunting, B. Harrison, Mr. Tuman. Page fifty-fiveong St. Louis Park 38 Mound 46 Blako 33 Mound 36 Washburn 47 Mound 35 47 25 Wavzato 36 Mound 47 Sub-District St. Louis Park 36 Mound 47 District Bloomington ... 28 Mound 3C Hopkins 33 Mound 19 Excelsior 43 Mound 35 Patrick Honry ...41 Glen Loke .......27 Hopkins .........49 Robbinsdolc .. 41 U. High .........21 St. Louis Park .47 Deephaven .......25 Buffalo 30 Excelsior ...... 40 Wayzatta ........37 Hopkins ........... Robbinsdale 59 U. Hugh ........ 24 Mound .......30 Mound .......58 Mound .......26 Mound .......35 Mound .......25 Mound .......49 Mound 35 Mound .......31 Mound .......24 Mound ...... 30 Mound .......33 Mound .......33 Mound .......5C Simefleft: Don Ho 11, 26, and Anderson, 28, of Pork moke action spectacle. Center: Bill Simertz goes High. Right: Mound stars, Jerry Long, Bill Simertz. and Roald Endresen. Season's Scale Goes Up and Down Row 1: Cooch Haddorf, E. Scislow, N. Butterfield, V. Schwalbe, M. Hoagland, B. McGinn, D. Olson, R. Eckman, R. Friden. Page fifty-sevenJohn Kuefler directs "B" team basketballcrs in good season. Row 1: J. Morton, J. Julsrud, R. Dongoski, T. Christopherson, C. Conrad. Row 2: J. Kuefler, coach; F. Roycraft, J. Kressen, J. Gerdes, E. Knutson. "B" BASKETBALL 5 20 35 20 U. High 11 24 Pork 4C 15 12 Mound 9 19 17 41 Mound 10 22 21 U. High 17 11 Pork 24 23 16 Mound 19 31 Mound 13 Woyzato 27 Junior High basketboll team brings trophy home. Row 1: E. Miller, R. Schultz, W. Henning, R. Bates, W. Morkson, R. Fern, P. Kline. Row 2: M. Tuman, coach, G. Watts, D. Phfielstickor, J. May, V. Krotzer, L. Chapman, J. Christoforson. Non-Varsity Teams Make Wins, Bring Trophy To Mound The Mound bosketbollers got off to an unusually fine start, but they failed to improve as much as expected. However, the records show that the Mohawks won ten games ond lost eight over the entire season, which is an especially encouraging record because so many of the boys were only juniors. The Mohawks opened the season against a nonconference foe, as usual, and showed the local followers more than they expected to see, although they lost to Patrick Henry of Minneapolis, 31-30. After dropping the first conference game to a strong Hopkins quint, the locals won three in a row, beating Robbinsdale, University High, and St. Louis Park. The first of these was the Lake Conference "Upset of the Year". After the Robins had been selected the pre-season favorites, this game provided a great deal of the satisfaction gotten out of the basketball season. After playing one of their poorer games of the season and losing to Excelsior, the men of the Red and White found themselves on the other end of one of the seasodn's upsets when they lost to a weaker Wayzata five. During Christmas vacation Mound sponsored its first Invitational Tournament and kept the beautiful trophy right here in school by beating Buffola, district 19 champs, in the finals. In the first round of the four-team tourney. Mound beat Deephaven while Buffola was taking care of Delano. The going was rough during all of January. The Mohawks didn't win a game through all of the month. Things picked up in February when Mound won victories over U. High, Wayzata, and St. Louis Park. This left Mound in fourth place behind co-champions Robbinsdale and Hopkins and third place Excelsior. The locals finished fourth in the district tournament Led by all-conference Bill Simertz, they edged Bloomington, the Valley champs, in the first game, but then fell to Hopkins once more. Bill Simertz was elected team captain, most valuable player, and was also chosen for the all Lake Conference team. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL 37 22 29 Pork . 35 31 20 38 17 21 23 24 22 22 17 13 14 36 24 33 29 28 Park 20 Mound 31 Wayzata 18 Fage fifty-eightBaseballers Continue Operations Handicap Boseballors Work Under Mondicop. Row 1: R. Klingensmith, F. laumann, D. Wittcn-burg, J. Klaers, E. Scislow. Row 2: R. Christy, W. Simons, R. Weinzierl, B. Halgren, K. Brooks, W. Burmoster. Row 3: J. Tambornino, A. Gothman, O. Haddorff, E. Shumocher, O. Olson, T. Bell. Lack of a finished diamond was the straw that broke the '48 baseboller's back. With five conference games and two practice games to play, the Mohawks lost four conference and one practice games. Park was the conference team that folded up and said "Uncle" to the Mound men. The '48 squad had seven let-termen back, all but two of which play some infield position. They were Roger Klingensmith and John Allenburg, catchers,-Corky Gothman and Robert Lindstrom, pitchers,- Oscar Had-dorf, short; and Ronald Krag-thorpe and Floyd Laumann, right and left fields, respectively. The rest of the diamond nine were made up of Wimpy Burmoster, second base; Bill Simon, first base,- and Dennis Wittenburg, third base,- with Bob Weinzerl, center field. Row 1: R. Overby, R. Thompson, E. Miller, T. Milke, W. Marsten. Row 2: R. Luce, D. Brand, J. Budd, A. Fisher, P. Kline, manager, R. Anderson, G. Waft, J. Moy. Row 3: J. Gerdes, L. Chapman, J. Marshall, D. Krogthorpe, R. Dongoski, W. Hennings, M. Soderland. Page fifty-nineVeterans Promote Track Tune-up Row 1: B. Simertz, G. Eidem, S. Bondh, C. Schuler, R. O. Olson, W. Bruck, J. logus, D. Ulrick, L. Zobock. Row P. Niesen, B. Winterhalter, G. Dickey, K. Thomas. Koechlcr, A. Troolin, Coach A. Haddorff. Row 2: J. Dickey, K. Dietrich, 3: H. Schuman, J. Van der Hagen, D. Lindquist, J. Dale, D. Peterson, Bill Simertz jumps for Mound points at 1948 track meet. Mound's trackmen had a fair season, placing fourth in the district, and sending two cinder pushers, Bill Simertz and Oscar Haddorff, to the region and state meets. Mound participated in ten meets of which they won two, came in third twice, fourth in two, and fifth in one. Don Ulrick, Mound's "mile man", set a new-school mile run record at the St. John's Relays. Ulrick's time was 5.02.9 minutes; he replaced Hart Graeber's 5.04.6 record which was set in 1945. The season started out with three lettermen and ended with 15, five of which were back for the '49 season. They are Sam Bandh, Leo Zaback, Lee Anderson, Robert Koechler, and Bill Simertz. With some good weather and luck. Mound, aided by its veterans, should have a profitable season for the '49'ers to look bock on. Page sixtyUpper right: Bob Koechler jumps hurdles. Lower left: Mr. Rassmussen watches as 1948 star Dick Tourangeau throws the discus. Lower right: Jack Legus and Lee Anderson run for Mound in another '48 meet. Row 1: W. Stewart. R. Bates. R. Kciser, V. Thurber, I. Koechler, D. Phielsticker. Row 2: G. Watts, R. Luce, V. Brandenburg, J. Scruton, J. Morton. Q. Wicks, R. Vangen, E. Luce. Row 3: L. Smith, D. Kragthorpe, A. Visser, J. Gerdcs, B. Dongoski, V. Krotzer, Mr. Sodorland. Page sixty-oneOgland, Lauman Win State Championships When Bill Ogland and Floyd Lauman came home with two state championships, the Mound Mohawk wrestlers could boast of another good season. This year they won 12 dual matches and lost only two to the state champions. Favored Mound was defeated by Robbinsdale in the district tournament by a score of 59-48. Mound had, however, three district champions— Bill Ogland, Ed Schumacher, and Alan Gothman —with Leo Klaers, Lyle Swanson, Roy Pierce Floyd Lauman, and Jake Thomas placing second. Gene Dicky and Jerry Klaers placed third and Ron Hayes fourth. Anoka copped the region championship with 49 points; Robbinsdale was second with 47 points, and Mound third with 42. Mound had three regional champions—Roy Pierce, Floyd Lauman, and Ed Schumacher. The other boys placing were seconds Lyle Swanson, Bill Ogland, and Corky Gothman; thirds Leo Klaers, Ken Johnson, and Jake Thomas. This qualified the six boys placing first and second for the state tournament. Jake Thomas also went in as an alternate for the second place boy from Hibbing who sprained his arm. Mound placed with 23 points, losing again to Anoka and Robbinsdale. Besides the state champs, Ogland and Lauman, Ed Schumacher placed second after losing a close match to Dilley from Rochester; Lyle Swanson also placed second, and Roy Pierce took third after losing out in the semi-finals by a referee's decision. Mound entered eight men in the Northwest A.A.U. and came out with o first place tie with Macalester. lacono, Lauman, and Schumacher each received four points for seconds in the 135, 145, 165 respectively. Bill Soderholm got three points by a fourth place and two pins in the 155 lbs. class. Bill Ogland got one point by taking fourth in the 145 lb. class. Ken Bjork, Joe Goodman, and Corky Gothman were the other three entries for Mound. A few of the points in Mound's favor were Og-land's win over Laidly, former A.A.U. runnerup, Lau-man's win over Duhoff, former state champ from the University and also his decision over Leur, former state champ for two years and A.A.U. champ for three years in a row, and Schumacher's win over Fredrickson, former state champ from Austin. 51 0 19 21 30 9 38 U. High 10 43 2 26 15 49 ... 0 33 6 28 St. Cloud 15 17 19 19 16 38 U. High 8 30 9 27 14 447 143 A.A.U, Mound 16—tied Macalester 16—for chompionship. Upper: These boys brought bock stote A.A.U. trophy. Left to right: B. Ogland, A. Gothmon, H. Bochous, cooch, E. Schumacher, F. Lauman. Lower: Team—Foreground: E. Schumacher, F. Lauman. Row 1: R. Pierce, K. Johnson, J. Thomas, L. Swanson, E. Dickey, R. Hayes. Row 2: Coach Bochous. J. Linden, B. Oglond, J. Klaers, A. Gothman, K. Thomas.Wrestlers hold general practice with Coach Horry Bockaus. Spring Brings Golf Enthusiasts Standing: R. Miller, R. Fredin, R. Miller, Coach H. Rassmusscn. Sitting: E. Skreen, D. Boerner. Page sixty-threeMaple Plain Sales and Service • RCA APPLIANCES • WILLYS JEEPS • TELEVISION FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION Trying out the jeep for size ore Delores Blech schmidt, Floyd Loumon, Dona Seger, Mary Kuske, and Bucgs Ogland. Congratulations to the 1949 Graduates of Mound High School The Markson Co. Handy! That's JIM WARHOL'S SODA FOUNTAIN. Kids made a beaten track over to the "spot" across the street from the time the new drug store opened un»il school was out. Dependable service and free delivery are featured by the LAKE DRY CLEANERS. Have all of your cleaning done here. Call Mound 205 to have your cleaning picked up. Page ixty-four Bob Magnuson admires new outboard motor while Nancy Andresen, more the domestic type, discovers the good points of a new washer at Anderson's Electric at MAPLE PLAIN Prompt and courteous service are trademarks at the MOUND HARDWARE. They also can take care of your plumbing and heating troubles. Phone Mound 43.North Shore Shopping Center Pure Oil Service for boots and cars — Beach 284 Mel Jensen's for Groceries, Meats, Frozen Foods, and Vegetables. Nancy Andresen, Aud Myers, and Ann Tuttle play sales girls and models at SPRING PARK HARDWARE. Complete line of sporting goods, paint, and appliances are features of this store. Compliments of J. R. CLARK CO. Warhols Drug Dept. • Everything in Drug Line • Convenient for School Supplies • Just a stone's throw from school Page sixty-sixTHE STATE BANK OF MOUND W. H. A. KOEHLER, President H. C. LAUMANN, Vice President LUCY KOEHLER DICK, Cashier R. G. DICK, Vice President ELEANOR KOEHLER, Ass't Cashier AND THE STATE BANK OF MOUND INSURANCE AGENCY Owned by and Operated in the Interest of Residents of Mound, St. Bonifacius, Island Park, Spring Park, and surrounding territory THE ONE STOP FINANCIAL SERVICE STATION Thirty-four Years Most Satisfactory Service Under the Same Management Phone: Office - Mound 40 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Pago sixty-sevenMound's newest grocery is the RED OWL, located across the street from school where it's convenient to shop for your Mom before you go home from school. Up-to-date Self Service is featured with excellent meat department on the way around. Sports equipment is just one of the lines at the COAST TO COAST, but, of course, one of the most important lines. Swell fishing equipment for the current season besides useful home and shop supplies of all kinds is near at hand, so why go farther? Page sixty-eightBig store quality; small store cost is the motto of HUFF'S SUPER MARKET at Jackson's Corners. Dependable and courteous service will satisfy your wants. YOSTS remodeled Drug Store features well-equipped soda fountain where Mound High gang discuss happenings of «he day. Modern, well-equipped, conveniently located are Ford, with i.'s 1949 title for style, is a favorite the characteristics of BROECKERT'S FOOD MARKET. around Mound. After you get your new Ford from Quality is the by-word here, and quality talks. FINLEYS, bring it back home for service. Page sixty-nineGLEN ISLE CASINO Amusement Center 'Good Fun for All Ages' ROLLER SKATING BOATING CUE AND CUSHION TABLE TENNIS SHUFFLEBOARD Owned and Operated by 'Cec' and 'Art' Faught Pogo sevontyEveryone gets in the act at Mound's SUPER VALUE as a radio program is broadcasted from the store. Up to date fixtures and helpful clerks are here for your convenience. A complete line of fresh vegetables, meats, soft drinks, canned goods, and fruit in season are featured. STATE BANK of MAPLE PLAIN Over Forty Years of Service to the Public ★ Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Bob Johnson and Joan Legus admire the watches, pearls, and pins which they would like for graduation gifts. -AT- YORK JEWELERS Page jeventy-oneMohion stoff. including Charlotte Anderson, Avis Sondeen, Shirley Peterson, Lee Anderson, and Gordon Tulberg watch Schutte-Bornett etcher, Dick Molohon, as he works on Mohian plate. ENGRAVINGS FOR THE 1949 MOHIAN Were Made By Schutte - (Barnett PHOTOENGRAVERS nc. - PHOTOGRAPHERS - DESIGNERS WE OFFER A COMPLETE SCHOOL ANNUAL SERVICE. QUALITY ENGRAVINGS GUARANTEED. INQUIRIES WELCOME. WRITE BOX 783, MANKATO, MINNESOTA Page sevonty-two NORTH CENTRAL PUBLISHING CO. ST. PAUL, MINN.


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