Mound Westonka High School - Mohian Yearbook (Mound, MN)
- Class of 1950
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THE MOHIAN STAFF
Mound Consolidated High School
VVe, the Mohian Staff, dedicate our 1950 klllllllkll to last
year's advisor, Mrs. Doreen B. Savage.
During the short time she has been at Mo1111d, Mrs. Savage
has advised the school paper, the school annual, and has
begun a class in journalism that prepares all interested stu-
dents for Work 011 the sel1ool publications.
Most of all, Mrs. Savage will be renieinbered for l1er
cheerful sniile and her spontaneous sense of lnnnor.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Dedication . .
Faculty - editors ,... .
Seniors - star reporters .... ....
Underclassnien - paper boys ..... ....
Activities - society pages .... . . . .
Sports - sports section .... ....
Advertising - ad section . . . . . . .
"Reading maketh a full man, conference a ready man, and writing an exaet man."
Iournalisni was eliosen tlie tlieine of our annual lneeause of the inlluenee it
wields over tlie lives of so many people. Iournalisin is a tonn of freedom. 'l'ln'ougli
their newspapers, people express their feelings and opinions. Our training in
yournalisni during our seliool year prepares us for our aclult life so that we will be
better able to express ourselves in eonununity, state and national attairs. So, let
the presses roll!
EDITORS AND COPY EDITORS PAUSE FOR
INTERVIEWS WI-IILE AT WORK
Front Page Editor .... J. M. Julsrud Editor-in-Chief ...... Dale G. Ne1sonSecond-Page
Our Front-Page Editor, Mr. J. M.
Julsrud has a full schedule as principal
of the Senior High School. He coun-
sels, directs and advises all his stu-
Our Editor-in-Chief has been super-
intendent of the Mound Schools for
two years. His duties parallel an edi-
tor's as he directs, confers and man-
ages all school affairs.
Junior High Principal, Mr. Harold
Rassmussen, fills the desk of Second-
Page Editor. His schedule is doubly
busy because he is also visual educa-
tion director for all the school.
Mrs, Elaine Donaldson, who has all
junior high music classes in addition
to her English classesg Mrs, Corinne
Holmberg, who has junior high Eng-
lish, and Mr. Robert Woodworth, who
commutes between junior and senior
high schools to teach English in junior
Editor .,.......... Harold Rassmussen
high and German in senior high are
in the library getting data for rewrites.
Mrs. Charlyne Todnem, who has
sophomore classes plus two speech
classesg Mrs. Doreen Savage, who has
senior English, Spanish and a journa-
lism class, and Mrs. Pearl Edlund, who
has junior English as well as a class
of sophomore English, are reviewing
grammar and punctuation necessary
for good copy editors.
COPY EDITORS, JR. H. S. - COPY EDITORS, SR. H. S.
Mrs. Elaine Donaldson
Mrs. Corinne Holmberg
Mr. Robert Woodworth
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Mrs. Charlyne Todnem
Mrs. Doreen Savage
Mrs. Pearl Edlund
PAGE EDITORS FIND TIME AND
PLACES TO DISCUSS TI-IEIRI TERESTS
MUSIC PAGE EDITORS-Mr. Myron
Skow, director of the band, and Miss
Violet Hyder, director of the senior high
chorus, are discussing new materials for
their next feature story.
SCIENCE PAGE EDITORS-Mrs. Evelyn
Hanson, who has both senior and junior
high mathematics, and Mr. John Kuefler,
who teaches all senior high science classes,
discuss the latest theory for smashing the
NEWS EDITORS-Mr Byron Nygaard,
senior high history and social science
teacher, and Mr. Maurice Tuman, junior
high history teacher, trace the new flying
route from Minneapolis to Japan on the
library globe. Mr. Carleton Roels, senior
high history teacher, and Mrs. Marie
Johnson, junior high history teacher, are
WOMENS PAGE EDITORS-Miss Doris
Walters and Mrs. Lila Dzuick, home econ-
omics teachers, smile as they are sewing
a new dress for the Spring Fashion Show.
ALL EDITORS INSTRUCT
STUDENTS EOR ADVANCEMENT
SPORTS PAGE EDITORS-Mr. Oscar
Haddorif, Mr. Ed Behmler, Miss Lois
Egner, and Mrs. Dorothy Remark, our
physical education and health teachers,
enjoy talking over the year's athletic
FEATURE EDITORS-Mr. George Oh-
man, math and history teacher, Mr. Joe
Berge, math teacher, and Mr. Don Soder-
lund, science and junior business training
teacher, come from the Junior High
School to meet at the school's driver train-
ing car to discuss plans for the school's
MARKET PAGE EDITOR-Mr. Harry
Backaus explains to his industrial arts
students what figures on the blue print
are to be used.
ADVERTISING EDITORS-Mr. Robert
Fox and Miss Jean Dow, commercial
teachers discuss the advertising copy
arrangement for the MOHIAN.
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Mr. Irving Kepke, the other MARKET
PAGE EDITOR and one of the industrial
arts teachers, gives his students notes on
a jig for his next deadline.
Office Managers Mrs. Gladys Krusen,
Mrs. Betty Hoefer, and Mrs. Lila Robbe
are kept busy with absentee lists, and
other problems that try to stop the presses.
Mrs. Ethel Emmens who helps Mr. Rass-
inussen and Miss Law, is not pictured.
The keepers of the school's "Morgue,l'
Mrs. Phelsticher and Miss Johnson pause
in the day's Work to help Miss Law, our
school nurse, find the last article on the
Dietetic advisors Mrs. Uner, Mrs. Soule,
and Mr. Bowers keep the staff healthy
with their hot lunches.
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SENIOR STAR REPORTERS RUSH FOR SCOOPS
Senior Class Officers-Lyle Swanson, treasurer: Jeanne Scliarinann, secretary: Bill Siinertz,
Vive president: and Sam Baiidli, prcsidentp stop for 11 clrink between rlasses.
Top Six-Jo Ann Haddorff, Mac Forde, Mildred Klaers, Lyle
Swanson, Dorinda Reed, and Marlene Courtney, not pictured,
Vals and Sal--Carolyn Gooder, Salutatoriang Lenore Ander-
son, and Glorianne Kubasch, Valedictorian.
Quill and Scroll-row 1-Marlene Courtney, Joan McFarland,
Mae Forde: row 2vLeno1'e Anderson, Ann Bell, Carolyn
Gooderq row 3-Glorrianne Kubasch, Audrey Holmquist,
Martha Hilbelink: row 44Norman Skaret, Jo Ann Hacldorffl
row 5-John Julsrud, Dorinda Reed: row 6fBill Goudy.
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Allenburg, Jean A.-Chorus 10, 11,
125 Smoke Signal 10, 115 Mohian 125
1-Act Plays 10, 125 Commercial Club
125 Thespians 125 G.A.A. 10, 11, 125
Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Cheerleader 115
Homecoming 11, 12.
Allenburg. Joan K.-Class Treasurer
115 Chorus 10, ll, 125 1-Act Plays
11, 125 Thespians 125 G.A.A. 10, 115
Pep Club 10, ll, 125 Homecoming 11,
Anderson. Lenore M.-Valedictorian,
National Honor Society, 11, 125 Quill
and Scroll 11, 125 Class Play 125
Student Council 115 Chorus 10, 11,
125 Declam 125 1-Act Plays 10, 115
Library Ass't. 105 'Smoke Signal 11,
125 Mohian 11, 125 Thespians 125
G.A.A. 10, 11, 125 Homecoming 10,
Baeri, Betty B.-Home EC. Club 12.
Baker, Marilyn J.-Class Play 11,
125 Band 10, 11, 12, Chorus 10, 11,
125 1-Act Plays 105 Pep Club 10, 11,
125 Smoke Signal 10, 11, 125 Mohian
11, 125 Thespian 125 G.A.A. 10, 11,
Bandh, Samie J.-Class President 10,
125 Chorus 105 M. Club 10, 11, 125
Football 10, ll, 12 Cco-captainb5
Baseball 11, 125 Track 10, 11.
Batdorf, Betty M.
Batdori, Helen M.
Bauer, Winnie-Commercial Club 12.
Bell, Wendy V.-Class Play 11, 125
Pep Club 11, 125 Chorus 10, 11, 125
1-Act Plays 125 Smoke Signal 10,
11, 125 Mohian 10, 11, 125 Thespians
125 Homecoming Attendant 115
Homecoming 10, 11, 12.
Birkland, Mary Jo-Class Play 11,
125 Declam 115 1-Act Plays 125
Chorus 11, 125 Pep Club 11, 125
Cheerleader 11: Thespians 125 Home-
coming ll, 12.
Boll, Bob L.-Chorus 115 1-Act Plays
125 Thespians 125 Homecoming 125
Football 115 Basketball 11.
Brazman, Leonard M.-Class Play
11, 125 M. Club 125 Homecoming 125
Football ll, 12 CMgr.J5 Tennis 12.
Bruhn, R. Donald-Class Play 11,
125 Chorus 10, ll, 125 l-Act Plays
11, 125 Thespians 125 Homecoming
10, ll, 125 Nativity 12.
Carlson. Donna R.-Entered 115
Chorus ll, l25 Pep Club ll, 121
Cheerleader 125 Home EC. Club 125
G.A.A. 11, 12.
Connolly, Gerry A.-Entered 125 De-
clam 125 Commercial Club 12.
Correll, James H.-Class Play 11, 12:
Smoke Signal 11 CBus. Mgr.D5 M,
Club 125 Thespians 125 Homecoming
125 W1'estling Mgr, 12.
Courtney. Marlene L.-Quill and
Scroll 12, Class Play 11, 12, Pep
Club 10, 11, 12, Smoke Signal 11, 12,
Mohian 11, one act plays 11, Com-
mercial Club 12, Homecoming 10,
Cox. Glorianne J.-Class Play 11, 12,
Chorus 10, 11, 12, Smoke Signal 11,
12, Mohian 12, Declam 11, 12, One
Act Plays 10, 11, 12, Band 10, 11, 12,
Pep Club 10, 11, 12, Thespians 12,
Cromer, Howard-M. Club 12, Chor-
us 10, 11, 12, Basketball Mgr. 12.
DeCamp, Barbara-Commercial Club
12, G.A.A. 12.
DeCamp. Jeanne M.-Class Play
12, Declam 12, Commercial Club
Dickey, Gene-Wrestling 10, 11, 12.
Dressel, Douglas H.-Class Play 11.
Eckman. Roger W.-M. Club 11, 12,
Band 10, 11, 12, Chorus 10, 11, 12,
Football 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10,
11, 12, Track 12.
Eidem, John G.-M. Club 11, 12,
Band 10, 11, 12, 1-Act Plays 11, 12,
Thespians 12, Homecoming 10, Foot-
ball 1O, 11, 12, Basketball 10, Base-
ball 10, Track 10, 11, 12.
Elam, Nancy-Entered 12, Declam
12, G.A.A. 12, Homecoming 12.
Esget, Jacqueline M.-Class Play 11,
Home Ec. Club, G.A.A. 10, ll, Home-
coming ll, 12.
Forde, Mae M.-Class Secretary 11,
Natl. Honor Society 12, Student
Council 10, 11, Vice Pres. Hennepin
County Student Council, Quill and
Scroll 11, 12, Class Play ll, 12, Band
10, 11, 12, Smoke Signal 12, Mohian
10, 11, Declam 11, 12, 1-Act Plays
10, 11, Thespians 12, G.A.A. 10, 11,
Gabriel. Carroll E.-M. Club 12,
Wrestling 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 11, 12.
Gast. Velma A.-Class Play 11, 12,
1-Act Plays 11, Commercial Club
12, G.A.A. 10.
Gelhar, Beverly M.-E n t e r e d 12,
Chorus 12, Mohian 12, Pep Club 12,
Commercial Club 12, Home Ec. Club
12, Homecoming Attendant 12.
Gooder, Carolyn M.-Salutatorian,
Natl. Honor Society 12, Class Play
11, 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12, Band
10, ll, 12, Chorus 10, 11, 12, Smoke
Signal 10, 11, Mohian 10, 11, 12,
Declam 10, 11, 12, 1-Act Plays 10,
ll, 12, Jr. Red Cross 10, 11, 12,
Thespians 12, G.A.A. 10, 11, 12,
Homecoming 10, 11, 12, Nativity 12.
Goudy, William C.-Quill and Scroll
ll, 12, Band 10, 11, 12, Smoke Signal
ll, 12, 1-Act Plays 11, 12, Stage Mgr.
10, 11, 12.
Graeber. Joan L.-Class Play 11, 12,
Smoke Signal 10, 11, Declam 12,
1-Act Plays 10, 11, G.A.A. 10, 12,
Homecoming 12, Nativity 12.
Graf, Carol G.-Commercial Club 12.
Haddorff, JoAnn-Class President
115 Student Council President 125
Quill and Scroll 11, 125 Class Play
11, 125 Band Vice President 10, 11,
President 125 Chorus 105 Smoke Sig-
nal 10, 11, Sports Editor 125 Mohian
Staff 105 Jr. Red Cross President 10,
11, 125 Thespians 125 G.A.A. 10, 11,
125 Homecoming Queen 12.
Halgren, Bruce F.-Class Play 11,
125 M. Club 11, 125 Band 10, Treasur-
er 11, Vice President 125 Chorus 10,
Vice President 11, President 125
Thespians 125 Baseball ll, 12.
Hanson, Elaine L.-Chorus 10, 115
Pep Club 10, 11, 125 G.A.A. 10, 11,
125 Homecoming 125 Nativity 12.
Hansen, Shirley-Chorus 10, 11, 125
Band 10, 115 Pep Club 125 1-Act
Plays 10, 115 Declam 125 Thespians
125 G.A.A. 10, 11, 125 Homecoming
Hegerle, John H.-Wrestling 10, 12.
Heydrick, William F.-Class Play 11,
125 Chorus 10, ll, 125 Homecoming
125 Football 10.
Hilbelink, Martha F. - Quill and
Scroll 125 Class Play 11, 125 Smoke
Signal 11, 125 Mohian Staff 115 1-Act
Plays 115 Homecoming 125 Nativity
Hillsirom, Dale G.-M. Club 125
Baseball 125 Wrestling 11, 12.
Holmquist, Audrey W.-Quill and
Scroll 125 Class Play ll, 125 Pep
Club 105 Chorus 105 Smoke Signal
11, 125 Mohian 10, 115 Library As-
sistant 10, 11, 125 Homecoming 10,
11, 125 Nativity 12.
Hudinski, Donna-Commercial Club
Inman, Ruth A.-Class Play 115
Chorus 10, 11, 125 Library Assistant
125 G.A.A. 10, 11, 125 Homecoming
10, 11, 12.
Jackson, Patricia M.-Commercial
Club 125 G.A.A. 105 Homecoming 11.
Johnson, John W.-M. Club 10, 11,
125 1-Act Plays 115 Football 10, 11,
125 Basketball 105 Golf 105 Wrestling
Julsrud. John R.-Quill and Scroll
ll, 125 M. Club 125 Chorus 10, 11, 125
Smoke Signal 11, 125 Homecoming
125 Football 10, 11. 125 Basketball
11, 125 Baseball 10: Track 12.
Klaers, Annella R.-Library Assist-
ant 115 Commercial Club 125 G.A.A.
Klaers, Mildred A.-Pep Club 125
Commercial Club Pres. 125 G.A.A.
Knudson, Edward H.-M. Club 125
Chorus 10, 115 Football 10, 11, 125
Basketball 10, 11, 12.
Koch, Delores--Commercial Club 125
K1-essin, James R.-M. Club 12g Bas-
ketball 11, 12.
Kubasch, Glorrianne M.-Valedictor-
iang Quill and 'Scroll 11, 125 Class
Play 11, 125 Chorus 125 Smoke Sig-
nal 10, 11, News Editor 125 Mohian
115 Home EC. Club President 125
Homecoming 11, 12.
Kubon, Marilyn J.-Class Play 115
Pep Club 125 Chorus 10, 11, 12:
Smoke Signal 10, 115 Mohian 123
Declam 125 Thespians 125 G.A.A. 10,
125 Nativity 12.
Larusson, Ted H.-Class Play 125
Band 11, 125 Homecoming 125 Foot-
ball 115 Tennis 11, 12.
Lewis, Roberi J.-Entered 125 Mo-
hian Staff 125 Thespians 125 Track
Lind, Jacqueline H. - Entered 115
Commercial Club 125 Homecoming
11, 125 Nativity 12.
Lindahl. Clara F.-Class Play 11, 125
1-Act Plays 105 Thespians 125 G.A.A.
10, 11, 12.
Linden. John J.-M. Club 11, 125
Chorus 10, 115 Cheerleader 125 Foot-
ball 10, 11, 125 Wrestling 10, 11, 125
Track 10, 11, 12.
Luger, Joan-Entered 115 Pep Club
12g Smoke Signal 11, 125 Thespians
125 Homecoming 11, 12.
Lundquist, Lorraine L.-G.A.A. 10,
11, 125 Homecoming 12.
McCurdy, Lois R.-Homecoming 12.
MacDougal1, Ralph-Entered 12.
McFarland, Joan M.-Entered 115
Quill and Scroll 125 Class Play 11,
125 Smoke Signal 11, Art Editor 125
Mohian Staff 11, Editor 125 Home-
coming 11, 12.
McKnown, Nancy J.-Class Play 115
G.A.A. 10, 11.
Maas, Dianne-Commercial Club 12.
Madsen, Richard H.-M. Club 11, 125
Class Play 115 Band 10, 115 'Smoke
Signal 11, 125 Homecoming 125 Bas-
ketball 10, 11, 125 Track 10, 12.
Marquart, Patricia R.-Class Play
115 Pep Club 10g G.A.A. 10, 11.
Mariin, Trudy-Commercial Club 12
Pep Club 10, 11, 123 Cheerleader 113
Homecoming 11, 123 Chorus 10, 11,
Martin., William B.--Class Officer 10,
113 Class Play 10, 11, 123 Band 10,
11, Property Mgr. 123 Declam 10, 113
1-Act Plays 10, ll, 123 Nativity 10,
12, Stage Mgr.3 Mohian 12.
Miller, Rolland M.-M. Club 10, 11,
123 Football 10, 123 Golf 10, 11, 123
Wrestling 10, 11, 123 Track 11, 12.
Mills, Joel C.-Class Play 11, 123
Smoke Signal 11, 123 1-Act Plays 113
Homecoming 123 Nativity 12.
Moffai, James-Class Play ll, 123
Thespians 12g Homecoming 12.
Nelson, Mildred L.-Class Play 113
Smoke Signal 11, 123 Mohian 11, 123
Declam 123 1-Act Plays 113 Library
Assistant 113 G.A.A. 10, 11Q Home-
coming 123 Nativity 12.
Ohrt, Marian. H.-Class Play 11, 12g
Commercial Club 123 G.A.A. ,
Olson. Dale E.-M. Club 11, 123
Chorus 10, 11, 123 Homecoming 123
Football 10, 113 Basketball 10, 11,
123 Track 12.
Paulson, Donald C.-Class Play 11,
123 l-Act Plays 103 Tennis 11, 12.
Payne, Elray E.-Class Play 11, 123
G.A.A. 10, 113 Homecoming 10.
Perbix, Marlene M.-Class Play 11,
123 Chorus 10, 11, 123 1-Act Plays 113
Commercial Club Vice President 123
Pep Club 11, 12Q G.A.A. 10, 12.
Peterson, Donald L.-M Club 11, 123
Class Play 113 Wrestling 10, 113
Track 10, 11, 12.
Pierce, Roy E.-M Club 10, 11, 123
Football 10, 11, 123 Baseball 10, 11,
123 Wrestling 10, 11, 123 Track 10.
Ouaas, Lucille M.-Commercial Club
123 G.A.A. 103 Homecoming 12.
Reed. Dorinda-Quill and Scroll 11,
123 Class Play 113 Chorus 10, 11, 123
Smoke Signal 10, 11, Editor 123 Mo-
hian Staff 11, 123 Declam 10, 123 One
Act Plays 11, 123 Thespians 12.
Rudnicki, Berry' S. - Commercial
Club 123 G.A.A. 10.
Rutledge, Ann-Class Play 113 Chor-
us 10, 113 Pep Club 10, 113 One Act
Play 113 Library Assistant 103 Com-
mercial Club 123 G.A.A. 10.
Sayther, Keith D.-Nat. Honor So-
ciety 123 Class Play 11, 123 One Act
Play 11, 123 Thespians 123 Tennis 11,
Scharmann. Jean A.-Class Secre-
tary 125 Class Play 115 Pep Club 10,
Vice President 11, President 125
Chorus 10, 11, 125 Smoke Signal 10,
11, 125 One Act Plays 10, 125 Com-
merical Club 125 Thespian Treas-
urer 125 G.A.A. 10, 115 Homecoming
Scheer Mary R.-
Schuler. Clem J.-Class Vice Presi-
dent 105 Football 10, 115 Track 10.
Segner, Marie C.-G.A.A. 105 Home-
Simertz, Bill G.-Class Vice Presi-
dent 125 M Club 10, 11, Secretary 125
Homecoming 125 Nativity 125 Foot-
ball 10, 11, 125 Basketball 10, 11, 125
Track 10, 11, 12.
Simon, Bill-Football 11, 125 Base-
ball 10, 11, 125 M Club 11, 12.
Skarei, Norman - Class Secretary
105 Mohian 10, 115 Bus. Mgr. 125
Wrestling 105 M. Club 10, 11, 125
Homecoming 11, 125 Quill and Scroll
Sleniz, George R.-Entered 125 M
Club 125 Class Play 125 Student
Council 125 Thespians President 125
Football 125 Wrestling 125 Track 12.
Solberg, Roland E.-Class Play 11,
125 Band 10, 11, 125 Declam 125 Thes-
Spleitsioeszer. Delores - Class Play
115 Commercial Club 125 G.A.A. 105
Streater, Janice L.-Class Play 125
Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Band 10, 115
Chorus 105 Smoke Signal 115 Mohian
125 Student Council 'Secretary 115
Declam 125 1-Act Play 10, 125 Thes-
pians 125 G.A.A. 10, 11, 125 Home-
coming Attendant 11, 12.
Swanson, Lyle G.-Class Treasurer
125 M Club 10, 11, 12 Wrestling 10,
11, Co-Captain 12.
Thomas, Kenneth J.-Club 10, 11,
125 Wrestling 10, 11, 125 Track 10,
Thurk, Mary Ann-Commercial Club
125 Home Ec. Club 125 G.A.A. 105
Homecoming 125 Nativity 12.
Bell, Ann Tuttle - Class Play 115
Quill and Scroll 115 125 Pep Club
10, 11, 125 Chorus 10, 115 Smoke Sig-
nal 10, 11, 125 Mohian 10, 11, Editor
125 One Act Plays 105 Thespians
Vice President 125 G.A.A. 10, 115
Van der Hagen. John B.-M Club 11,
125 Wrestling 10, 11, 125 Track 10,
Ygeinzerl, Betty-Commercial Club
Waits, Delores-Class Play 11, 125
Whalen. Ward T.-Smoke Signal 113
One Act Plays 11, 123 Thespians 123
Winterhalter, Bob-Wrestling 10, 11:
Track 10, 11, 12.
Whittaker, Irene C.-Class Play 11,
123 Commercial Club 123 G.A.A. 10,
11, 123 Homecoming 12.
W1en, Margaret A.-Class Play 11,
123 Mohian 123 Homecoming 123 Na-
Youngquisi, Audrey I.-Pep Club
10, 11, 123 Smoke Signal 10, 11, 12,
Mohian 12, Commercial 123 G.A.A.
10, 113 Homecoming 11, 12.
Jack Decker Gerry Robbins
Bob Lee Ed Scislow
Harold Marshall Don Trask
Theme Committe-Mary Jo Birke-
land, Jo Ann Haddorff, John Van-
der Hagen and Glorianne Kubasch
look over a silver moon. Also
Carolyn Gooder and Keith Say-
ther not pictured.
Entertainment Committee - Lenore
Anderson, Bob Boll, Joan McFar-
land, Gerry Robbins, Shirley Han-
sen, Bill Martin, Penny Carlson,
Jerry Linden and Don Peterson.
Decoration Committee-Wendy Bell,
Janice Streater, Joan Luger, Jean
Scharmann, Marilyn Baker, Gay-
lord Eidem and Bill Simertz.
Class Advisors-Mr. Julsrud, Mr.
Nelson and Mr. Skow discuss class
plans for graduation.
Mcsi Athletic: Bill Si-
mcrtz and M a 1' l e n e
Perbixg Jim Correll
and Trudy M a 1' t i n ,
Most Bashful: Martha
Hibclink and Lyle
Swanson: JoAnn Had-
dorff and Bill Martin,
Mcsi Likely to Suc-
ceed: Ke i th Sayther
and Lenore Anderson.
Best Dressed, Dick
Madsen and Mary Jo
Moifit and Dindi Reed.
Mcsi Faithful Couple:
Shirley Hanson and
Class Comedian: Gay
Eid-em: Class Flirisz
Joan McFarland and
John Johnson: Best
Dancer: Elaine Hanson.
Pepscdeni Smiles: Ann
Tuttle and Jon Van der
Hagen: John and Jan-
A Texas main gets a lV1l1lIlC5UtL'l girl.
Gangway for the 3rd hour typing class,
Journalism delegates leave for Chicago
Jim in the honey jar.
Senior girls use dictaphone,
Lineup for milk and hotdish.
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REWRITERS, CUB REPOBTERS, NEWSBUYS
DREAM UF BEING STAB. REPORTERS
Junicr Class Officers:
Jim Morton. treasurer:
Jerry Honinies, presi-
dent: Lois Scliiabie.
secretary: Richie Over-
by, vice-president, take
Scphomcre Class Offi-
cers: Graydon Watts.
vice-president: M a r y
Th 0 in a S, secretary:
president: Jean Kuiz,
Sth Grade Class Offi-
cers: Michael Dale,
Keiser, president: Irene
Thurk, treasurerz Ro-
berta Farnham, secre-
Plannina class parties.
netting committees io-
qether to work on
everyihing from home-
coming iloais to the
prcm, besides manag-
ing the affairs of the
ciass, kent ihis year's
class officers busy.
81h Grade Class Offi-
cers: Barbara Heinpei
treasurer: D o r o t h 5'
Karen Johnson, secre-
tary: Terry Botenfield,
7th Grade Class Offi-
cers: Larry Carr. vice-
president: B a r b a r a
Harry Parker, presi-
dent, and Ron Ohnien.
JUNIORS FOLLOW SENIORS
Leading the Junior Class this year
were Jim Morton, Presidentg Rich-
ard Overby, Vice-President, Lois
Schaible, Secretary, and Arvold
Fischer, Treasurer, Joe Gerdes, Faye
Finley, and Kaye Klingensrnith
were representatives of the student
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A girls? Wrestling and tumbling
exhibition, a novelty auditorium, the
Sno-Ball and Cupidls Capers Dance
were used to raise the all important
dollars for the big scoop, the Junior-
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Adams, B. Andersen, M. Anderson, P. Anfenson, E, Arens.
Baker, E. Blank, J. Budd, J, Brooks, B. Brakke.
Bunting, B. Chall, G. Christianson, C. Conrad, M. Coulter, J, Dale, G. Demenge, B. Dongoske,
Dressel, D. Easthouse, D. Ebert, J. Eklof, A. E idresen, V. Erickscn, M. Ernst, B. Farnham.
Fink, F. Finley, C, Fischer, A. Fischer, C. Forde, J. Gavenda, J. Gerdes, D. Gibson.
Gaudy, D. Graeber, B. Guntle, S. Gray, L. Haagenson, D. Iverson, L. Jacobs, B. Jacobson.
Johnson, L. Klaers, V. Klaers, D. Kirsch, K. Klingensmith, E. Luse, R. Luse, J. Marshall.
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AS THE STAFF REWRITERS
A new system of selling tickets
Will be remembered by all the
Juniors who donated money for
tickets they could not sell to the
other classes for Junior-sponsored
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problems, chem experiments, foot-
ball and basketball games, dances
and many other activities, the
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row -e Oeifling, J Oeffling, R. Oskey, M. Pettit, R. Ritten. M. L. Rosch. F. Roycraft, J. Rudnicki.
row 3-S. Hanson, J. Hommes, J. Huggett, M. Marth, G. Mason. M. Messer.
row WD.. Salden, A: Sandeen, V. Schaumburg, C. Schmidt, J. Schneider, T. Schoonover, E. Schweitzer J Scruton
row 6-D. Sager. P. Segner, J, Stringfellow, E. Sweeny, R. Taylor, R. Thompson, M. Throolin, V. Thurber
row 7-R.Tieman. N. Tulberg, A. Visser, A. Visser, C. Waters, T. Wicks, E. Young, V. Ziegler.
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Mosch, J. Nickisch, K. Nord, J. Nutter, B. Asha. R. Palmer. R. Payne.
Perbix, D. Pfeilsticker, R. Pouliot, J. Ritten, C. Roels, D. Rogers.
Ruppelious, L. Scheid, R. Schultz, J. Solberg, S. Sprague, D. Sonderup.
M. Tamborino, R. Towner, J. Stein, H. Ulrich, G. Watts, R. Woods.
Magnuson, J. Marmerud, J. Marquart, W. Marsten, G. Miller. D. Mills. A, Morgan.
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row 14R.-Adams, S. Alwin, J. Anderson, R. Anderson, B. Ayres, R. Babats, L. Bjerhsett, C. Bjork.
row 2-R. Bowers, C. Bowman, J. Brown, V, Bruhn, D. Burandt, Jo A. Caron, N. Case, M. L. Christi, D. Clapp
row 3-J. Courtney, M, Dale, J. David, K. David, B. Dressel, C. Dressel, D. Dressel, W. Duehn, J. Dybdal.
row 4-XrI?Y.CFbeaFE, S, Esget, R. Farnham, B. Fern, E. Gabriel, H. Gagen, J. Gilliam, M. Green, L. V. Grieshaber
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row 6iJ. Huff, B. Illies, C. Jackson, P. Jackson, D. Jacobs, T. Jensen, J. Johnson, J. Johnson, M. Johnson.
row 7--E. Kauth, R. Keiser, C. Kickhafer.
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Ogkgy, R, Patterson, A. Peterson, D, Petersgn, K. Peterson, M. Peterson. R. Peterson, B. Pearson, P, Pope,
. Reisbcrff. D. Russell.
scnaumberg, R. Scliecker, J. Schmidt, L. Schuler, B. Schwarz, M. Svruien. D. Seger, D. Skiles. R. Snyder.
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. Stalkg, B. S131-up, D, Sfowo, A, Straggbuyg, 1, Swanson, C. Swedberg, K. Taylor, M. Thomas, C. Trovall.
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D. Johnson, G. Hohnson, R. Hohnson, J. Kuntuzos: row 5-J. Kust, B. Larson, H. Lein, C. Lind, A .fig
L. Logelin. P. Lohmar, G. Mass, J. McGlone, D. Morin. M. Negaard, J. Neison.
row 6-R. Nelson, D. Nelson, M. Oberdech, R. Ohman, K. Olson, E. O'Neil, S. Overby, H. Parker, D. Patten, S.
Payne, S. Pelkey.
row 7-L. Peterson, N. Peterson, N. Peterson, R. Primus. V. Quist, C. Rice, M. Robbins, K. Rudnicke, L. Scott, L.
Sech, R. Shirley.
row 8gN. Schllafge, R. Shiles, S. Smith, H. Smith, H. Solberg, D. Solstad, C. Stadtherr, G. Stearns, D. Stinson, R
Stoppem, J. L. Stubbs.
row 9-J. Tambornino, B. Thomas, D. Trask, L. V. Trutnan, R. Tuberg, R. Tweter, B. Vogelgesang, M. Vogelgesang,
M. Vraalstad, G. Wahlen, G. Wallis.
row 10-B. Williamson, D. Williams.
Mrs. Edlund's 4th hour Junior English Study Hall Conference
Trouble in the parking lot The cold Walk across the street
Lunch hour jam session
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Ofllcinl Pulmliiitiou of the Klouml lliglm School, Xlound, Minnesota
Signal Staff - Barbara Brakke, junior editor: Jo Ann Haddorfl. sports editor: Dorinda Reed.
editor: Glorianne Kubasch, news editor: Joan McFarland, ar! edi!cf: Joe Gerdes.
Dramatic Group Eight Girls Make Top
Pm Us YW Ten For Class Of 1950
To promote an interest ui dra-
matics in this school the Thespian
Society a newly organized dra-
matic club, under the direction of
Mrs, Doreen Savage and Mrs,
Charlync Todnem, met for the
first time October 24 at 7:00
P. M. in the school lunchroom.
-In the election ihat followed
George Slentz was elected presi-
dent: Ann Tuttle. vice president:
Joan Luger. secretary: and Jean
One act plays, and a possible
play at Christmas time besides
other numerous kinds of speech
work will be the aim ofthe Thes-
To qualify for membership
each person must have 10 ac-
tivity points. These points may
be earned, not only in acting, but
in other fields such as writing,
prompting, ticket selling and
Three boys and three girls who
f e a t u r c d a one-handed hand-
spring pert red and white outfits
and snappy socks, wonythe cheer-
leader tryout contest on Monday,
Members of the winning team
include Verna Kulberg, De Esta
Bursaw, Penny Carlson, John
Dale, Bill Guntle, and Jerry
Gets 'A' Rating
Fivc hundred students from the
choruses of the seven conference
schools gathered on the stage of
Mound auditorium on Thursday,
March 30 to form a mass choir
under the direction of Elias Hall-
ing of Mankato.
Our chorus received an "A"
rating at the public concert.
"Teepee Talk," the newly
formed junior high paper, which
is edited by Irene Thurk, put out
ts third issue last Tuesday.
The paper is a mimeographed,
four page issue which is free to
all junior high students and fac-
"It's a lot ot fun, hut a lot at
work ioo, I think it's good ex-
perience lor us it we want to be
on the senior high paper." said
Irene Thuxk. editor-in-chief.
Aiding Irene and Mr. Robert
Woodworth, the faculty advisor,
are Marcia Halgren, news editorg
Sidney Alwin, sports editor: Bev
Noren, feature editor: Vernon
Seiverson, art editor: and a staff
of seven reporters.
lunior Class Casts Comedy
Called "Here Comes Charlie"
"Here Comes Charlie," the jun-
ior class play written by Jay To-
bias and under the direction of
Mrs. Charlyne Todnem and stu-
dent directors Barbara Brakke
and Beatrice Farnham, will be
presented April 21 in the high
Charlie Hopps, an orphan play-
Charlie Hopps, an orphan
played by Donna Seger, loses her
"Daddy Bill" and joins the El-
liot household as a ward of Larry
Elliott Nom: Ge-rdesj
The atrocious manners and
speech of Charlie and Uncle
Aleck Twiggs lfloger Thomp-
sonl seem to be just too much
for sophisticated Vivian Smyihe
Kersey, Larry's fiancee lGinny
Zieglerj and her scheming family,
Mrs. Cardine Smythe Kersey fPat
Young! and Mortimer Smythe
Kersey lFx-ed Bakerl.
The girls have it. "It" being
brains . . . brains being what it
takes to knock down an average
of 86.38. Believe it or not. that's
iust what not one, but two girl
members of the class of 1950 have
done. Besides that, only two boys
even managed to break into the
Glorianne Kubasch and Lenorc
Anderson are the two top girls,
and they will be co7va1edictorianS
some June. Carolyn Gooder,
whose average is 95.20, will be
delivering the salutatury address
at that' time too,
The only two boys, Keith Say-
ther and Lyle Swanson, who fa-
nagled the fifth and eighth spots
in the class ranks had 94.12 and
92.67 averages respectively.
Mae Forde's 94.87 rated a
fourth place while Marlene Court-
ney and Mildred Klaers split
sixth plage wiih 92.93 averages
Dorinda Reed, with an average
oi 92.53, and JoAnn Haddorff,
92.33, complete the top ten rank-
ings for 1950.
JoAnn Haddorff was elected
president oi this yoafs student
council. Joe Gerdes was chosen
as vice president and Kaye
Klingensmith received the Joint
office of secretary and treasure-1:
JoAnn is the first girl to' hold
this office in several years. She
began her duties, which consist of
introductions of speakers and
performers at assemblies. when
she introduced the judo act, one
of a series of the University of
Minnesota programs which are
presented each' year,
Other members of the council
are George Slentz, Mae Forde.
Faye Finley, Leo Dickey and Vic-
Sam Bandh and Bill Simertz
were chosen to hold the mp posi-
tions in the senior.class as presi-
dent and vice-president respec-
tively when the 122 seniors bal-
loted in their iirst hour classes
Jean. Scharmann placed Srst in
the list of three nominees for sec-
retary for the twelfth grade class,
and the seniors entrusted Lyle
Swanson to guard the class funds
Queen Io Ann
To Reign 0ver
After an excilment-iilled elec-
tion day in which the vote was
tied for queen and had to be re-
cast, the 1945 Homecoming queen
was chosen. She is chestnut-
haired, blue-eyed JoAnn Had-
dox-ff, daughter of the basketball
Queen Jo and hm' nttcndants,
Janice Sweater. Beverly Gelhar.
Lois Schaible. Shirley Gray, Mary
Thomas. and Lc-Q Dickey presid-
L-cl over todays pop fest and pa-
'nclu and w1ll bu present at the
Homecoming football gdnic
"Jail the Jays" was chosen as
the winning hmmm-uxnihg slogan:
11 was submmod hy Don Brand.
The school band and warriors
floats were the mainstays of the
parade which began at three this
afternoon. Most of the floats car-
ried the slogan or some similar
one as their theme. The floats
were sponsored by the usual
groups: the chorus, the school
paper. the Pep Club, the sopho-
more, senior and junior classes, as
well as a few newer groups: the
G. A. A.. the Glen Isle Roller
Skating Club, and the Spanish.
Club. The queen and her atten-
dants wil ride in convertibles
donated by Robert Lee and Bon-
College entrance exams were
given to Mounds seniors Febru-
ury G, 7 and 9. Undorclassrnen
thought the seniors were lucky
to get out of class but this proved
tu bc definitely nut true.
One Foot W
The story takes place in Lake-
ton, Iowa, in about 1910 and the
costumes, complete to high but-
ton shoes, are something to look
The play is about a minister
CBill Martin? and his wife CJoAnri
Haddorffl and their two teene
aged children, Eileen 1Carolyn
Gooderb- and Hartzell Him Cor-
relll, who arrive at their new
parish in Lal-ceton.
Here they meet al sorts of
"characters." One of them is Dr.
Romer KDon Bruhnj, a country
doctor. lDon fell off a chair dur-
ing practice. Let's hope that he
won't do the same tonightj.
ill Step Out
Love interest is bctwcen Hart-
zoll and Louise Han Streaterl,
but Mary Jo Birkuland as the
boy-crazy Letty has trouble with
hor "homework" and asks Hart-
zcl to help herfi
Behind the scencs are promp-
tors Millie Nelson and Audrey
Holmqulst and stage manager
Other "unsung heros" who have
worked to help make thc play a
success are studcnls on various
ticket. make-up and poster com-
Smirkin' Ioe Breaks Six-Week Silence
Go To Regional
Four superiors! Twice as many
as last year! Mound has much
reason to be proud.
Four of the fifteen Mound par-
ticipants in the district declam
contest held at Park High School
last Tuesday were given superior
ratings, which means they will go
on to the regional contest. They
are John Voll in the humorous
division, Pat Young in the manu-
script reading division. and Caro-
lyn Goode: and Janice Streater
in the dramatic division. These
students competed with declam-
ers from all over the Lake Con-
Hi, everybody, This is Smirk-
in' Joe Mohawk. Oh yes. you have
too met mel ln fact. you'1'e read-
mg right through me.
I've ben smirkin' around this
asylum of yours tor darn near
six weeks now, and I've come to
a tew conclusions about ix.
Thought I'd. ask a tew quesiions.
too. So light up your peacepipe
and lean your chair back. but not
loo far back! Those things have
a nasty habit of tipping over just
when you're comfortable.
Say, I hear somebody's been
spreadin' it around that my ribs
show. Yours would, too, if you
had to exist on the gook they
serve in this hick-town. Wanted:
Room and board for one very
miserable Indian. I! I have to
sleep on those Kindergarten cats
cnc more night I'll go absolutely
The seniors arc sleeping nights
again now that they know how
thc Hall of Fume rusults came
out, Joan Lugur-class gossip.
Gossip, Schmussipfi lv.'s just that
uvcrybocly tolls her everything
first and she has to tell the other
kids or they might not ever know.
'Course if she misses any little
morsel, I'm usually there to help
I'm so flattered! I didn't
I could start a fad. but it
that one of the senior girls
to copy my hair-do the
other day. Frankly, I think little
Pocahontas had betier give up.
It looks much better on me.
P. S. - If you're mad at me.
there is no use tearing up my
picture. There are 3.000 more
down at the Pilot Office. Nyaa.
SMOKE SIGNAL NEWS HUUNDS
DASH TU MEET ASSIGNMENTS
Staff Shown at Pilot Office-Glorb
:me Kubascli, Jo Ann Haddorff,
Dindi Reed, Barbara Brakke. and Joe
Photographers -- Bill Goudy, Jolly
.Yulsrud and Joe Mills go to Mrs.
Doreen Savage, advisor, for new as-
Typisls S Marlene Courtney, Wendy
Bcll call Martha Hilbelink in to de-
clpiicr lier story.
Spzrts Staff Dave Kragthorpe, Dcn-
his Thuftedalil, Ed Scislow, Richie
Overlay, and Joe Gerdes look over
the shoulders of Jo Ann Haddorfl
and Bruce Halgren at the last issue
of the SMOKE SIGNAL.
Broadcasting Signal --- Dennis Thuf-
ledahl, Joe Gerdes, Dave Kragthorpe.
Joan Luger and Vonhie Forsetli arc
rcady to givc the mornings latest
Wriiers-Faye Finley. Margie Tlirooe
lin. Ann Tuttle, Lenore Anderson.
Mae Forde, Audrey Hollnquist, Mil-
lie Nelson and Kaye Klingensmitli
critize their last news articles.
Writers-tsitiingb Hazel Ulrich. Ka-
ren Hartman. Joan Luger and Island-
ingi Normal Tulberg. Joan McFar-
land, Pat Young, Joan Huggett.
Jeanne Scharmann, and Audrey
Youngquist discuss their new writ-
IVIOHIAN STAFF BEAT EARLY
-Photographers, Bob Goudy, Bill
Goudy, Myron Iverson. and Harry
Bell inspect the newest gadgets
-Sports staff and stat? writers,
Hazel Ulrick, Lenore Anderson,
Dindi Reed, Ed Scislow, Bruce Hal-
-Editors, Ann Tuttle, Joan Mc-
gren. Carolyn Gooder, and Janice
Streater look over newest collec-
Farland, confer with junior editors,
tion of picture.
Millie Krueger, Kaye Klingen-
smith, Elaine Schweitzer, and Faye
-Typists, Jean Allenburg, Audrey
Youngquist, and Bev Gelhar look
-Business manager, Duppy Skaret
and advisor, Miss Dow, explain the
assets and liabilities of the Mohian
to assistants, Bill Guntle, Glorri-
anne Cox, Mae Forde, and Roger
-Mr. Vukas, the printer, explains
to advisor, Miss Dow and editors,
Ann Tuttle and Joan McFarland
how to measure copy.
-Publicity staff, Bob Lewis, Wen-
dy Bell, Joan McFarland, Shirley
Gray, Dona Seger, Betty Jacobson,
and Norma Tullberg prepare for
Mohian sales campaign.
"ONE FOOT IN
HEAVEN," NOV. 8
On November 4, 1949 the Senior
class, under the direction of Evelyn
Hanson, presentcd the play One
Foot in Heaven, based upon the
novel by Hartzell Spence.
Reverend Spence ..,......,........,............, .....,....,...... B ill Martin
Mrs. Spence ....,.......... ...,..,. J oAnn Haddorff
Minister son ........... . ....,.,,. Don Paulson
Hartzell Spence ........ ,............ J im Correll
Hartzell's sister '.... ........ .,...... C a rolyn Gooder
The friendly doctor ,...... .... ...,..........,... D o n Bruhn
Hartzell's sweetheart ,...... ......... J anice Streater
Mexican girl .......,......... ........... M arilyn Baker
Football captain ....... ....,.., H arold Marshall
His sister '....... .......,..,... ...,.................. M a e Forde
The boycrazy girl ......., .,....... M ary Jo Birkeland
A Wealthy widow ,......... ..,.... . .. ............., Gloriannc Cox
Her son ........,....,............................,.................,,.. James Moffitt
Various members of the church ........,. Marlene Courtney,
Marlene Perbix, Keith Sayther. Ronald Solberg,
Nora Maylone ...,............, ...... M arilyn Anderson
Officer Tim McGrill .,..... ............... B ob Dongoski
Mrs. Farnham .....,..,.,. ....... K aye Klingensmith
Ted Hartley .........,.,,........ .......... D oug Easthouse
Larry Elliot ...........,.......,........ ..,....,........ J oe Gerdes
Vivian Smythe-Kersey ...... ............ G inny Ziegler
Uncle Aleck Twiggs .........,. .,..... R oger Thompson
Charlie Happs ..............,.....,....,......... ........... D ona Seger
Mrs. Carolyne Smythe-Kersey ....... .......... P at Young
Mortimer Smythe-Kersey .......,...... ....... F reddy Baker
No.1-Kaye Klingensmitli, Pat Young, Joe Gerdes, look in horror
at Dona Sc2er's social error,
No.2-fJ0e Gerdes points out the drawbacks of "rolling your
own" to Douglas Easthouse whilc Marilyn Anderson dusts
No.3-Mrs. Charlyne Todnem, class play director, explains a
passage to Joe Gerdes and Douglas Eastliouse.
No.4-Class Play Cast, sitting: Freddy Baker, Hoecr Thompson.
Ginny Zeigler, Pat Young, and Douglas Eastnouse. Stand-
ing: Bob Dongoske, Marilyn Anderson, Kaye Klmgcn-
smith, Dona Seger, and Joe Gcrdcs.
Junior Class Production
"Here Comes Charlie"
Is Smash Hit!
Members of the Junior Class prc-
sented "Here Comes Charlie" by Jay
Tobias, on April 21, directed by Mrs.
HUMECUMING, BIGGEST FEATURE OE THE YEAR, OCT. 14
Here comes our Queen
Mound had a victorious home-
coming in 1949 against Excelsior,
12 to 0. Queen Jo Ann and atten-
dants reigned royally over all fes-
tivities of a traditional Mound
The Coronation of the Queen
was held in the auditorium at
2:30. The Pep Club had decor-
ated the royal throne and court,
and Margaret Olson, 1948 Home-
coming Queen, gave her crown
to Queen Jo Ann. The Mound
High School Concert Band ser-
enaded the Queen and her at-
Many floats were entered in the
parade that followed the corona-
tion. Prizes were given to the
most original floats and the Win-
ning floats paraded at the game.
A jubilant crowd returned to
the dance to enjoy the music of
Ted and .Io lead Grand March
Red Wolfe. The room was filled
with shiny stars hung from the
ceiling and a great big moon shone
on the dancers from the center
of the room.
The faculty members who
helped make Homecoming a big
success were Mrs. Doreen Savage,
Mrs. Pearl Edlund, Mr. Robert
Edlund, Mr. Robert Fox, Mrs.
Dorothy Remark, and Miss Lois
The Royal Cour!--Princesses Lee Dickey, Shirley Gray, and Beverly Gelhar. Susanne
Davis, Queen Jo Ann, Tommy Allenburg. Princesses Janice Streater, Lois Schaible,
and Mary Thomas,
Left row 1-W. Coffee, D. Trask. J. Thurk, J. Brown.
row 2-M. Baker, J. Haddorff, M. Forde, L, Schaible, G. Chrzstiansoix, W. Hcnnuigs, P. Anderson.
row 3-R. Solberg, R. Keiser, G. Watts, P. Higus, K. David, P. Anlenson.
row 4--O. Peterson, J. Stein, J. Swanson, C. Carlson, S. Brakke, A. Batdorff, L. Krotno, O. Palmer, B. Guntle,
M. Halgren, D. Peterson, D. Trask, B. Wliitke, K, Peterson, D. I-lennmgs.
row 5-J. Shruter. V. Therber. J. Gillem, J. Valley, Mr. Skow, R. Robinson. G. Eidem, J. Solberg.
CRITICS HIGHLY CUIVIIVIEND
This year the band maintained its A
rating which they received last year at
the state contest. The annual spring, fall,
and Winter concerts were given along With
a concert given with the high school
Chorus. The band was given an A rating
at the regional contest enabling them to
continue to the state contest.
rovx l S Alwin, D. Stohle, A. Dongcske, R. Eckman.
row2 R Schecker, B. Noren, P. Young, J. Stringfellow, P. Igo, M. Christv. P. Mann.
rovi 3 D Hall. S. Baker, H. Marshall, D. Trask, R. Overby, K. Olson, J. Dole, D. Carlson, D. Ebert, G. Cox.
row4 B Deuhn, R. Luse, R. Adams, R. Ohman, D, White, J. Nelson, B. Goudy, J. Voll, C. Carlson. B. Dongoske,
G Vvatts, J. Partington, J. Eklof, B, Halgren.
1VIOUND'S CONCERT BAND
The most eventful thing that
happened to the band last year,
was the tour which they took to
Two Harbors and Detroit Lakes,
where they played a concert. This
tour was made possible by the
newly organized Band Boosters
Club which consists of the band
members' parents. Another tour
was taken this year to Erskine,
Minnesota and Wahpeton, South
At the band festival held April
14 at St. Louis Park, the band
received the third "A" in a row
for district competition.
,, gm 3 . . ...,. . , . . L
rowl Miss Hyder, J. Allenbure. J. Schnrmann, M. Anderson, R, Ritten, B.Cclhar, J, Krueger. C. Schmidt, B
Anderson, J. Stucklneycr, C. Lindholm, D. Bruhn,
row2 M. Boll, H. Mosch, V. Ziegler, L. Boehner, D, Reed, C. Rocls, G, Brooks, R. Thompson. Q. Wicks, R. Berg
D. Brand. J, Julsrud. H. Cromer.
rowii- D. Watts, D. Graebcr, M, Tambournino, B. Knoblauch. P, Higus. J. Krzies, F. Finley, G, Kubasch, M. Leine
I i SHVENTY VOICE CHORUS
Mound chorus with a membership
of seventy-five students. has had ai
busy and eventful year. The per-
formance of thc Messiah with the
Minnetonka Singers made 21 Chorus
of 125 singers and four excellent
soloists, all under the direction of
Soprano section in the District Chorus Festival. Miss Hyder's View ofthe chorus.
row 14-M. Perbix, L. Anderson, R. Inman, J, Allenburg, W. Bell, E. Arens, A. Rutledge. D. Carlson, M. Kubon, B,
Brakke, C. Gooder,
row 2'-G. Cox, K. Hartmann, D. Kubon, C. Fischer, S, Hanson, M. J. Birkland, J. Hilgers, J. Nickisch, J. Hender-
scheid, T. Martin, J. Brooks, E. Schweitzer.
row3vA. Endreson, H. Bell, V. Krotzer, M. Iverson, J, Gerdes, P. Young, M. Liljevall, M. Throolin, J. Huggett,
S. Gray, M lvlzirth, C. Garrett.
MAKES GOOD NEWS
This year Mound Chorus was host
to the District Chorus Festival in
which six other lake conference
schools participated. The festival
was under the direction of Elias J.
Halling. The individual schools were
rated and Mound received an A rat-
ing and attended the state contest at
Chorusls view of Miss Hyder. Tenor section at the District Chorus Festival March 26.
row l-Miss Egner, J. Allenburg, S. Gray, V. Kullberg, D. Carlson, D. Bursaw, J. Scharmann, president, Mrs. Remark.
row 2-T. Martin, A. Youngquist, B. Gelhar, M. J. Birkland, L. Thurber, P. Gorman, J. Hanson, M. Kubon.
row 3--R. Courtney, M. Anderson, V. Ziegler, L. Haagensoh, M. Klaers, D. Seger, N. Tulberg, B. Jacobson, B.
row 4--J. Loraas, J. Ritten, B. Knoblauch. K. Hartmann, A. T. Bell. J. Allcnhurg. W. Bell.
row 5-D. Graeber, M. Marth, M. Thomas, E. Hanson, M. Perbix, L. Dickey, J. Valley, J. Luger, J. Streater.
M Club - The lettermen's club
sponsored one event in 1949 and
this was the Oskey Brothers'
game, which was an exhibition
game with the Minnesota Gopher
Pep Club - The Pep Club spon-
sors all the buses going to all
games away from home and they
planned and staged our Home-
coming Coronation. In November
they had a memorable initiation
of the new members.
. Klaers. G. Slentz, R. Pierce. B. Simertz, J. Gerdes, J. Julsrud, N. Skarct.
Thomas, C. Anderson, L. Swanson, E. Scislow, T. Christopherson. J. Linclcn, L. Brazman, G. Eidcm.
Johnson. J. Correll, G. Dickey, B. Simon, R. Miller, D. Peterson. J. van der Hagen.
. Eckman. D. Bates, L. Chapman, B. Dongoske, V. Krotzer, D. Madsen. G. Robbins, D. Olson.
. Roycraft, J. Marshall, C. Gabriel, D. Kragthorpe, D. Trask, E. Knudson, B. Halgren, B. Luse.
SENIOR HIGH COUNCIL: George Slentz: Jo Ann Haddoi-H, presidentg Lee Dickey: Vic Krotzer, Joe Gerdes, Vice
President, Faye Finley, Kaye Klingensmith, Secretary.
Mound's senior high student
council started their year by plan-
ning for the Homecoming cele-
bration which is their one big re-
sponsibility of the year. This along
with sponsoring health programs,
tuberculosis Christmas Seal
drives, Sister Kenny drives, and
trying to correct assembly con-
duct, constituted the main part of
their Work. The council also had
charge of decorating the Christ-
mas tree in the main corridor of
the high school building.
The Junior high student coun-
cil elected this year Beverly
Noren as their president. This
council takes care of all buses
going to the games, have worked
on a seating arrangement, deco-
rated the bulleting boards, and
decorated the junior high Christ-
mas tree. They have installed a
suggestion box in the office to re-
ceive any student suggestions.
Representatives from each Eng-
lish class make up the student
JUNIOR HIGH COUNCIL: Beverly Noren, president: Mr, Rassmussen, John Tambournino, treasurer, Judy Brown,
secretary: Dianne Peterson, Vice Presidentg Mary Lee Nelson, Larry Carr.
Page Forty one
row 1-M. Kubon, J. Allenbure, J. Eklof, J. Seharmann. treasurer. G. Slentz president, A. T. Bell, J. Allenburg, M.
row 2-Mrs. Savage, C. Lindahl, G. Christiansen, P. Anderson, C. Gooder, VV. Bell. S. Hanson. Mrs. Todnem.
row 3-L. Anderson, J. Haddoril, D. Reed, G. Cox, R. Thompson. G. Eidem. J. Moffit. R. Harrison.
row 4sJ. Streater, J. Correll, K. Klingensmith, W. Whalen, B. Martin. B. Lewis, J. Gerdes, B. Dongoske.
row 5--B. Boll, G. Robbins, L. Hedin, D. Bruhn, R. Solberg, K. Saythcr. J. Solberg, B. Halgren, I-I. Loxnar.
lt may have been new but it was an
immediate success - that was the newly
organized Thespian Society at Mound.
The Hrst yeai"s membership was about
forty and all forty were active. Their first
project was Dickenls 'Christmas Carol"
which they presented for the student body
just before Christmas vacation.
Dona Seger, Shirley Gray, John Voll. Karen
Hartmann, Audrey Holmquist wait in line.
George Slentz and Don Bruhn, expound in Box
and Cox in winning play.
Carolyn Guoder, Janice Streater perform.
John Voll and Pat Young peek.
-W ' A my '- rf'
SENIOR HIGH DECLAM
Forde, M. Kubon. M. J. Birkeland, J. Graeber, J. DeCamp.
Seger. S. Gray, C. Gooder, A. T. Bell, W. Bell, S. Hanson.
. Watts, A. Holmquist, R. Inman, L. Anderson, J. Haddorllf
Mound sent eleven contestants
and a one-act play to the 1950
District Contest at St. Louis Park
High School. Four of these con-
testants, Pat Young, John Voll,
Janice Streater, and Carolyn
JUNIOR HIGH DECLAM
row 4 . Elam. C. Garrett. G, Cox. D, Reed, J. Luger, J. Strcater.
5 Liljevall, K, Klingensmitli, J. Corroll, P. Young, G. Robbins, R. Solberg. H. Lomar.
Gooder received Hsuperiorl' at
the District which sent them on
to the Regional Contest at Buf-
falo, March 29. Janice and Pat
received 'iexcellentl' ratings and
John a Hsuperiorn in the humer-
ous division and Carolyn the al-
ternate t'superior" to state in the
Hard working coaches for all
of these divisions were Mrs. Sav-
age, Mrs. Todnem, and Mrs.
1-Mrs. Holrnloerg, D. Fevvell, J. lVlcGlone, J. Fraser, L. Carr. S. Overby. Mr. Woodworth.
row 2--M. Herman. C. Lovaason, B. Brooks, L. Larusson, D. Dulbiz, L. Baker, D. Buchanan, J. Densen.
3-P. Kullberg, M. Orr, B. Magnuson, S. Hanson, B. Johnson. C. Hedin. C. Carlson.
e-aL. Scott. P, Ostvig, J, KllDg6llSITllTll, C. Batdorff, C. Swetburg, C. Bjork, J, Malakowsky, A. Williamson.
--AD. Spaulding, B. Noren, J. Brown, C. Gnittke, L. Trutnau, M. A. Robbins. N. Eidem.
row 6iJ. Voll, R. Farnham, B. Buich, A Dongoske, M. Vraalstad, J. David, P. Mann, K. Olson.
G. A. A.
row ---Miss Egner. J. Allenburg, M, Klaers. D. Koch, M. Perbix, M. Kubon. C. Hedin, J. Ekloi, Mrs. Remark.
row 2-S. Brakke, J. Jensen, J. Engstrom. E. O'Neil, J. Holmes, B, Johnson. C. Swedburg, P, Peterson, D. Skiles.
row 3-.3 Gunther, B, A, Larson. S. Hanson, M. Bochaas, R. A, Whittaker, N. Eidem, B. Brakke, B. Ritten, B. De-
row -D. Fewell, M. Forde, M. A. Robbins, M. Christy, L. Haagenson, M. Ross, J. Hanson, B. Anderson, P. Anderson.
row 5--R. Maas, M. Krueger, B. Burbank, V, Ziegler, D. Nelson, L. Lind, B. Illies, P. Higus, N. Tulberg, B. Jacobson.
row SSM. Anderson, D. Carlson, J. Brooks, J. Huggett. J. David, D. Burandt, B. Schwartz, D. Spaulding, A. Dongoskc.
row 7-G. Christianson, R, Adam, S. Gray, G. Cox, S. Hanson. J. Streater, P. Young, B. Burch, R. Farnham, C. Fagerlin.
G. A. A. Interest in the G. A. A.
has been renewed and the club
is again a functioning organiza-
tion. The club's sixty members
make it the largest club in the
school, Despite the many handi-
caps, all of the members are ac-
tive in group tournaments and in-
Commercial Club The 28 mem-
bers of the Commercial Club
mimeograph all the notices of
P. T. A. meetings, programs for
the school, etc. Socially the club
has had a Wiener roast and Christ-
row l-T. Martin, J. Scharmann, M. Courtney, Miss Dow, M. Perbix, M. Klaers. J. Allenburg,
row 2 -B. Rudnicki. B. Gerhar, B. DeCamp, W. Bauer, J. DeCamp, B. A. Weinzierl, A. Youngquist.
row 3-D. Iiudinskv. P. Jackson, D. Splettstoeszer, A. Rutledge. D. Maas, V. Gast. L. Quaas,
row 4--C. Giaf, M. A. Thurk, D. Koch, M. Ohrt, G. Connolly, I. Whittaker. A, Klaers. J. Lind.
IOR HIGH HOME EC
1-D. Carlson, E. Whittaker. G. Kubasch, Miss Walters. D. Kusch. M. Ernst. J. Stien.
2--L. Thurber, J. Ruppelius, B. Dalchow, B. Koch, J. Johnson, P. Dressel. C. Kohrnann.
3-C. Schmidt, J. Dressel, J. Hilgers, B. Chall, B. Baert. J. A.Dah1. S. Magnuson. J. Esget.
-I--R. Rltten, J. Nickish, L. Fries, M. Connelly, B. Brandenburg, M. Bryant, M. A. Thurk, M. A. Berg, M.
junior high and senior high quets, sold cookies, sold green rib- they took a trip this spring to
Economics Clubs are some- bons for St. Patricks Day, and see the Daytonts Kitchens and
new for Mound this year. made and sold candles for Christ- Betty Crocker Kitchens.
clubs worked on all ban- rnas. With the money they earned
XOR HIGH HOME EC
14K. Rudnickie, S. Blakstvedt, P. Ostvig, Mrs. Dziuck. M. Bockkaus. E. Kauth. B. Johnson.
2--J. Jensen, J. Engstrom, S. Gunther, V. Thomas, D, Johnson. V. D. Quist.
4-N. Ayers, V. Wenkstenn, D. Behrner, R. Tweter, C. Stadtherr. M. A. Robbins.
SGM. A. Green, J. Oeffling, S. Hanson, J. Maiakowsky, L. Scott, J. Haeden. J. Johnson.
-N. Eidem, D. Nelson, M. Koehnen, J. David, M. Vraalstad, S. Pettit. M. Herman. A. Dongoske.
FOREIGN AFFAIRS I-IANDLEIJ BY STUDENTS
row 1-J. Eklof, G. Christianson,
B. Farnham, M. Hilbelink, E
Payne, P. Higus.
row 2AMrs. Savage, J. Allenburg,
A. Holmquist, B. Jacobson, S.
row 3-J. Morton, B. Dongoske,
J. Streater, N. Elam, D. Bruhn,
row l-C. Gooder, R, Inman, Mr.
Woodworth, M. Krueger.
row 2-M. Coulter, J. A. Had-
dorff, G. Kubasch, D. Reed.
row 3-L. Brazman, K. Klingen-
smith, G. Larson, P. Young, B.
row 1-I. Swanson, D. Peterson,
J. Voll, Mrs. Johnson, M. L.
Nelson, C. Carlson.
row 2-D. Duehn, S. Brakke, B.
Johnson, J. Gillian, M. Paisley.
row 3--B. A. Nelson, M. Christy,
C. Sweclburg, R. Adam, B. Don-
goske, B. Burch. Knot shown?
T. Bottenfield, D. Klein, B. Mar-
tin, J. May, K, Olson, P. Jack-
JUNIOR HIGH TEEPEE TALK CIRCULATES
3. r. ig oo mg ass
4. Mr. Berge's Math Class
. Busy in the Mimeograph Room are A. Hill, B. Ashak, G. Smith, D. Burandt, S. Alwin, V. Syvcrson
, Giving Mr. Woodworth assistance are B. Noren, I. Thurk, M. Dale, M. Halgrcn, and J. Malokowsky
J H' h C k' Cl
TEEPEE TALK, the newly or-
ganized Junior High Paper, has a
staff of sixteen advised by Mr. Rob-
ert Woodworth. The paper was Mr.
WoodWorth's idea, and it seems ap-
propriate that the Mohian should
welcome this six-page stenciled pa-
per as an expansion to our school's
journalism achievements for this
year, Good luck to next year's staff
-we hope you make all the dead-
NATIVITY O FEBS HOLIDAY FEATURE
Highlite of the Christmas Season
was the Nativity Pageant directed
by Mrs. Pearl Edlund. The program
was presented for the students on a
Thursday afternoon and again in the
evening for the P. T. A.
Marilyn Kubon portrayed Mary
and Robert Lee, Joseph. Mary Ann
Thurk was the angel, Gabriel,
Celestial music from the balcony
by the senior high chorus directed
by Miss Violet Hyder gave an appro-
priate background to this lovely
ENTERTAINING DANCES SPARK SCHOOL YEAR
Mary Kay Tanibournino and John
Vander Hagen enjoyed the punch
at the St. Pafs Day Dance.
Mac Forde and Roland Solberg
smile their appreciation of the Jun-
Whafs this - -- wallflowers?
Mi: Keufler! How tired can you
Bet nobody sneaked in free.
EVERYONE HELPS MAKE HUMAN INTERST
Assisting Miss Johnson and Mrs. Pfheilsticker in the library
are 15 junior and senior high girls.
These girls make up the library club. Barbara Brakke was
chosen president While Beverly Magnussen was Chosen the
A new system of passes to the library was put into effect
this year. The purpose was to eliminate congestion in the
Parties were given by the assistants at Christmas time and
Library Assistants M, Orr, P. Kulberg, B, Magnuson, B. Brakkc, H.
Ulrick. M. L. Nelson, B. Nelson, G. Platzer, E. Will, S. Pettit, L. Pilgrim,
M. Lenmark. K. Olson. M. Morgan, B. Andersen.
Other Assistants: P Jackson L. Lind, D, Graeher. A, Holinquist.
Mr. Roels busv in the librarv.
A familiar sight in Miss Laws ol'fir'e,
Talk or Eat? Mr. Nygaa1'd's fourth hour study studying for
Bottoms up! a change
First one in gots a front seat. Bibbety Bobety Boo!
One - two - three - four - type! Thought there was a ball in there.
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epem my funda-
Mound is indeed
have Mr. Reels as he-ad
mach. In my humhie
the b-ss: mach-
staff far fcwibzxil m the Lake
'must mx fern: that this
3a the Sorgmzm man who
,im tw xmpmw :he hue
You eil krmw
was rm ailfcity
Q gl, ,
Thx issue of the paver I want to
Cl h I 't
Tcmxglht aa eight rjcfock, Pfiwmfi,
in ills first :mon-1-onferenm game mf
the sexsun, wxll open nk I-wmv
' 'nm n rmghty Mangan
t, why, if we have to : .1 0031
game like that, can't it E: : UNI
1 game of :he scam f - U4
h, yes. I know a I f if-N
1 say, "Play the-rn as L If Mor-
's ali wel! and ii , ' , mx
e like that the go' .D 51 g mm,
uldzfi be so nice ' sf' " f l wig
boys got iaid out la pmns nf
onth. ' 1 9
'e play Hopkins '
the Duluth game, : 5' ,mem
what fine shape w 5
mwmtet,-hem. R jrewwin.
league. II we crfuhi 4 in be mft
would probabl , ff iff ffmf
ve than a g-mi '
The remedy? V
ne that schedul . I ' ' '
nance is an-er? Than was 1 a . .
me Duluth cnuid some down here 4 'Q ' ,, e
play? Well. don'k play them
gre, gets gwwedul team ta
A mn in the middle of a
we ws got a chome in:
ierrswn fav-2 nf
, : v M192 again
piaye-zi K 4 h ,
guard 12, wars mr
CWM? , and cer-
1035559 X N Zfalfffizwl wwe! Bm Smal'
A 1 defame, is among time fell fm
passer, amd kicker, mrman Bum 234 WA,
WU1643 we playa from quarwr- acheduiefi
UWB be aiipperg-hipped Roy mi img
Fafinwiixg he went
gan Kffxeve he
,pod cimx'nfxeid blockvr.
bxmcrtzk running mate will be
iartimi dw mason
won zz :milling
from mfmmi twsce,
tw have the
z 55031 lirw
L9 season, again
by two cppwxenba,
Blake Park. The Aud-
quartvf whim play
fus'r::,mrQ they have
wr the and we
wma Mfg. fx picksdf'
'Q in-mba!! 1110 Mu
A Waszata ivmbie
i3 yard imc It was
yard from Lhex yea!
mer from the two
V: l m the wwnd qxzarer R I In
scifi? ,Wd me W ent esu ts
Mgugd ml ml' Var? 7 R Hopkznx aim-fea-if
beams gvm ad St I.-sms ?azk nn me fmiy Mixer
Hmm, confererwe game Last Friday maint
I tha' c cu the Dmsks-54 grmdzrox. by me
A Tydrllfff Hafara, X, if ww -'Af M
'nw Warrwn uma! :her x wuz
Rcmvmlwr fha Hale :mu-dx m the nm wma, wmv wx
V Q , , . AAAA hnlfbnci Brute Htiiand going NWI!
Now srl the Pxrmf no 53 as famxmg from the ww yard um,
4 - V ,,,5:...:,I55:,EA:-:.:,v Haddwf, J ., park gn-wgensd to agp? gg-Ay
' " A ' is time crm- mlb:-n may drove to we HMV
E. whim kms five-yard Ima xn the 6:52
RM Z i ,,,, 4 ,W wr nmgh ?uar1i'rUfvh.sre me tough Warrwra
W 2 me ef
T A ' - :msg Hohbirxsdnlz, wwf the hwstiir
, ' for the nm Ccnfernuf nm, aw
f A mw:esam'm1ms wcmweac. Ax q 'S' . mawwrfmwf mm- in ffyf-uw
V- THE 1JP2"w TUNKA CU 'W ,- .wfgweuc N W 1 SL mn w-12, zmmwmze Emi-
, Umm' mf Dm-mm: Q iQLg22.5Mf"k" .- 4 my dgfeaini F,dinmMozairxgsLde
Mrk rms lliiyvauhrf . , A MW 9' um on mm home rm,
K Y W Y h ' ' ta one Here Gaines this week find Wzayxaw
H1 G H .SCHOOL AL DIY' fmgm be qw ai Hovkimy Park H5 Rvwwibff wi
Aammiw sur , mm me amz. Comm mmm! or There Excelsior pw?-na U' limb w fwfffh-
' his ego. PMR, H212 er mn-couiefenee game.
MOUND GRIDDEBS PUSH HARD
row 1-L. Chapmann, J. Gedes, J. Robbins, J. Linden, B, Slmertz, S. Bandh, J Julsiud T C' ristopl ezfon B Don
goske. L. Brasman.
row 2-Coach Roels, R. Eckman, R. Bates, R. Pierce, D. Kragthcrpe, E. Knudsen F Roxuaft B Simon Asst Coach
row 3-R. Anderson, J. Johnson, D. Brand, G. Slentz. J. Eidem, D. Iverson. K. Ancicis C Ccni ad lxiexafer P Klein
row 4-J. May, V. Krotzer, E. Blank, E. Luse, D. Pfeilstickeiy B. Marsten, E. .me ucx R Oxeibx J Marshall
Mound l4 ...............,...,.. Wayzata l2
Mound 6 Duluth Morgan Park 12
Mound 6 ........................ Hopkins 7
Mound 0 .... ....... R obbinsdale 32
Mound 29 .... .......... W aconia 0
Mound 12 ...... Excelsior 0
Mound 7 .............,...,.......... Park 22
A. Co-Captains Bill Simertz and Sam Bandh confer with B. "Allah' Q11 Pieive
IN VICTOR AND DEFEAT
6 .,.,...........,,......, Wayzata O
6 ..... Excelsior O
0 ........ Hopkins 33
0 ,..... Excelsior 12
13 ......., Hopkins 24
0 .... ....,.. W HSYZHIH 0
JR. HIGH FOOTBALL
G. Coffee, C. Bjork, Mr. Tu-
man, J. Hoff, R. Anderson
R, Hayes, J. Steen, B. Storup,
T. Gunther, A, Jackson
D. Hall, J. Nicohls, D. King,
W. Frendell, J. Courtney
C. Kickhafer, J. Perbix, E.
Miller, R. Fern, D. Norum
H. Gagen, J. Voll, D. Map-
stone, M. Dale, K. Yulc, W.
McCurdy 3-'fn ' '
by E11 haridow
that word me'm'?!'
like in an athlehc conteaify
ri down town
x 15 A fm:-Img
a gaod team
put my selection
I base my
Hammerhmd .,,...,....A. ,.,,.,,. A Park
., ., Rsobhinsdake
Pugh Dmbs Mound
for ffm -ww of 2347 In Last Game
1 Mound was uutpizxyvd and out-
scored last Xvednesfiay night by :1
Zdufamm good Park eimven to xhe tune of
23 to T.
With George Hmm, Frzmcis Brad-
haw? Key, and Earl Trucker moving down-
eafn field. there wasxft too much the
Mohawka could. dak Hoorrs seared
49 yards in Gnniy
next tallyg Brad-
end tu counter.
all three extra
came in the
Pierce and ran
K out of
600 - Drag
35C - Stag
M NOVEMBER 18
Rabbinsdale, Hopkins, St. Louis
Park Share Conferen e Honors
Areund The Council Fires
The Igka Conivun susan cad-
ed in A thru-way tie, with Bab-
hinsdale, SL Levis
Park, and Hop-
by Bruce Hnlgren
'Phe last Ennibnli kms been akamai!
away for armthsr year amd :ww the
matixxns mp ips-cmisr spam' is mm-
irxg ta Mound High. Basketball!
Baskmhzxli is thai queer spori
where ten num ram up :md down A
own crying up pm L1 rnumi baii
through a couple mf
bad." ikili Simertz
:zen are leads
up, FA Srislow,
Dale Oison also
as Lifuey ".Tai!ef'3 the Jicysq' in the
tune uf 12-0 here October 14.
The gmm' was closely taught al!
the way md the final uutcome was
not assured until Lute in the game
when Roy Pierce wen! :wer fznm
15 yards out to score thu gallk-
Lyle Chapman scored on a plunge
in the wird period to get Lhmgs
undewvay fm' the Nloimwks. Al'-
ihough there were some expertlg
'SL Lowes Park and Hopkins are
n figurc-A in be tough" continued
ddorff. Fark has Trucker back,
o was za high-scorlmg forward
xc Mnhnwk rschedulfa wpens Nov-
L-or 18 at Washburn. Conference
y wi!! stan December 2 at Rmb-
rxecuicd mu-ring plays, Ike bui-
standing factor of the game was
the line play of the Mohswks
eszpecially when the 'xchipfs were
It was essentially 2.
wiwem no imhviduals
led out as hxwing
game' on any
l THERIFS A TREAT IN
FOR YOU ON
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Sponsored by The Smoke Signal
Dec, 2 -- Rochester, There
Dec. 5 WU
Jan. 6 --
1? M District Meet
- Wayzata, There
vnfite it? "
on for "The
by like A
he had either
K agen gports edit-
lg mpeg ,and master
L too mud:
will be revived in
the wane as Inst year'
team:-ing the coigxmn, Chivwf CIM-
ter, the student of the week, dw
sports swim and my GUM' ffl'-
are the imxmalisn dass hx 16
Then' will aim he wmv :when
poems, and advertisements 53'
maanerwof-fuerexnoniur Gian Ander-
son un give you s. good 1211811 09"
and than. '
"'1'i-ye Signaln will he hfllldilt
two weeks naming, thu: iiwilw
me third wax-an paw ww'
row 1--B. Marsten. D. Madsen, R. Bates, E. Scislow, R. Eckman. J. Julsrud, H. Cromer.
row 2-D. Kragthorpe, E. Knudsen, F, Roycraft, J. Kressin, D. Olson, B, Simcrtz and M12 Oscar Haddorfi, coach.
Bates and Scislow scramble with Way- Did Kressin make it? Up they go for the rebound,
zata for the ball.
MUHAWKS TUSS IN ALMQST ENOUGH BALLS
row 1-D. Phielsticher, D. David, L. Chapman, B. Dongoske, J. Morton.
row 2-P. Kline, R. Oskev. G. Watts, P. Nieson, J. Gerdes.
Vow 3--J. Mason. V. Kmtzer, J. May, J. Marshall, R. Luxe.
Krossin grabs a l'UhOl.l1'Ad.
ww 1- B.
gains L-czntrol of the ball
xv ra:-ks up two points.
Starup, 'I', Jackson, R. VVoyA
cr, M, Case.
1' W9 R Keiscr. J. Parlmgtcn,
Huvcs. J. Siccn, MV. M. Tun
Fern, J. Miller, D. Hall, D
Huw 3- B.
1'c'xx' -1-T-I Gagen, .T. Uner. J, V011.
f . . .
Curdx. B. Duclxn,
A TEAM SCORES
Mound 19 Central- 47
Mound M Delano-45
Mound 42 Delano-45
Mound -26 Edina-23
Mound -18 Hopkins-49
Mound --53 Wayzata-43
JR. HIGH SCORES
Robbinsdale- 22 Mound-36
Blake- 27 Mound-16
x u n
inurdty. to see fouls on
in ilu: hm
the fu-as period
veal rm fheir
The third qnmrxer imma! dm hiv-
hnwks vutxcoring the Bean, but
Bloomington kiwi a slim 35431 Iced
at the emi of this period,
valqf In ibn fmzxfh Quarter
Mohawk: were iinaiiy
when fum crank
ali the uma-
this ue-won as
'Tia shun, befssre the game begins,
He win: the plaudim of the crowd.
And mark how now, with smiles and grins,
They sing his Wliwl. long and feud.
The game begimwhe cans a foul,
premde in a Houdini act,
RACKET M Any activity za which the user ez! the Oxfam is
SLIM - A player who tipu the acales at 200 pounds.
5T - The lan resort of the aiibi ariisl.
THUTTKS H- Punks gone high hat.
The fum! gun n-.wuz M! and
aiu beaivn xn me .Swarm by
van was the were
Doscrit it mem shnxngv
D :many times in :six
rx years that the
Dani ask nw
he than bu: the
Now TH try to
Lght up to flue
n February DL I
-pus and wound
In cm mhz-r
ted a hard
in a wry
makers in tha:
ami-finaly found Hopkins
than finals Robbimdale book
p 0 42
my Moumi waz
-KM m foray-
defending Blooms-xgwn in thu last
35-BI, ami Rc-bbhixdale defending Park.
the measure of Hepkins.
pinned third in the
135 Ib M-
Mound placed one man on the
:mt basketbsli team, in thv
af dlmxr-umwe Ed Smxlovs
Hi was died far his :osx-d offen
sive and deiemive Pillfini Kilim!
Bloomington in the Em wand
the District 18 piayuffs. Ed
l Kola! el' 33 points that night
Robbrnxdale wha became
18 5 K
e Star Teams
buys meexsxng the most win were
eleemd in dw mam
Mound placed only one man on
ibm tem he be-mg the Mufmwks
sm Your guard Bnil Suneru,
Rahhimdaia phved the mast mem
on the mam by having them: big
we nw-I. Hayek md
champs by defezm 5
Hopkimn five, 52--M, p
men on the mam. Thr
Dale, big Bn?" cent:
forward, and Woody.
flake, boasted we me V ,:--:-,. :
CQ 25:0 r ,
som. of Barbau. guard -
St, Louis Parks Br
cane of the mltxtandi f
trict play along wi
Macbonsid, S Q
concurs uns, --
nwmmwrs A ., V
xl k WW' x Here
A , 'h 5. Collmgqvilie
Ina-t February' 23, the Lake Con-
ference coaches held a meeung in
Hrrpkim to choose the AD-Com
Each with presented an all-or
Ma ' --A oka, Night Hue
May 19 Distric! Meet, U. Sta'
May 5 0 Regiun Meet, Sv..
June 6 -Y Smale Meet. U. Siadium
GRAPPLERS PLACE IN STATE
Don Dale, Jerrv Klaers.
Row 2-Mr, Bacchus, Roy Pierce,
Ken Thomas, Carroll Ga-
briel, John Van der
Hagen, Jerry Linden.
Mound-46 U High- 2
Mound-32 St. Clouclf 9
Mounde3l U High-15
Moundi2l St. Cloud-16
second and Don Trask took four
Mound had a state champion, undefeated
throughout the season, Lyle Swanson in the 127
pound division, Roy Pierce and Jerry Linden took
th in the state.
Mound placed fourth in the regional and third
in the state, and also took third in the North-
Mmusd wm in fourth qmxferervne
guna Taxadiy. Fabfxwry 7, an they
32-29 on we hxzurrs homes Poor
an may mx Lau
Mankind und-E thc
al Hui' Kama,
CREW, Wins high
edged cm! a wxxgfa Fmzelsior iivei
.angling Trio Outdo
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BASEBALLERS DROP AND GAIN
Row 1-Overby, T. Milke, Pierce, Lauman, Gothman, R. Kragthorpe, J. Klaers,
Row 2-Coach Ed Behmler, Burmaster, Tamborino, D. Kragthorpe. Halgren, Schumacher, Marshall, Simon, Bandh.
Under the guiding hand of Mr.
Ed Behmler, the Mound batmen
chalked up a good average in the
l949 season despite a late start
because of a muddy Held.
Mr. Maurice Tuman, coach of
the junior high, lead his junior
batmen through their season of
four games with a fair average.
Because of lost copy, this will
have to suffice. If interested in
further details, see Mr. Bemhler
or Mr. Tuman.
Baseball Jr. High
Row 1 - Mr, Soderlnud
mann, J. Miller.
Row2 - P. Kline, J
Courtney. R. Hayes, G
Row 3 -- J. May, K. Nord
Row 4 - G. Bunting, A
Gunderson, L. Maas, D
Brand, V. Krotzer, D
Hieghts, B. Marsten.
Bruce Storup, L. Chap-
CINDERMEN TAKE TU TI-IE TRACK
left-G. Mason and D. Kragthorne lean for Mound.
right - R. Bates leaps for a place in the high jump tallies,
left - F. Roycraft breaks string to take a first for Mound.
right 7 J. Van der Hagen dashes through string to take another first for Mound.
April 22-Robbinsdale 72, Mound 38, Deephaven 3.
April 26--Mound 66, U. High 50.
April 29--Mound 675, Excelsior 58, Wayzata 32, Deephaven 235.
5-Robbinsdale 365, Mound 26, Park 23, Excelsior 21, U. High 16, Hopkins 9, Wayzata 55, Waconia 5, Deephaven
4, Bloomington 4.
-Carleton Relays Third place.
-Mound 68, Excelsior 418, Wayzata 37, Deephaven 19.
-District-Robbinsdale 60, Mound 325, Excelsior 265, U. High 26.
-Mound 57, Anoka 56.
-Regional--Mound first place.
Jr. High Track
Mr. Tuman, J. Miller,
V. Brandenburg, L.
Hallet, E. Lemmer-
man, V. Kootzer, G.
Watts, H. Holm, D.
Pfeilsticker, R. Wood,
YOSTS remodeled Drug Store
features Well-equipped soda foun-
tain, Where Mound High gang dis-
cuss happenings of the day.
Compliments to 1950 Graduating
Scherven Bros. Standard Service
24 hour Towing Service
Minnetonka Ambulance Service
STYNER 8: SON
Make our Barber Shop Your Shop. Go to the
Shop across the street. You are always Welcome.
A. L. Gooder, Prop. Mound
Compliments to Graduating
Class of 1950 from
Phone Mound 172
Fresh Meats and Vegetables
Phone Mound 215 Island Park
Compliments to the 1950
From Jackson's Service Station
Mound wayzaia 263 Beach 264
Congratulations to the C0mP1i1'1'1eUf5 of
1950 Graduating Class from Minnetonka Cafe
Thor Thompson's Conoco Service Mound' Mmnesoia
Thompson O11 Company Telephone 84 Prop. Roy L. Harriman
Gordon Haga Studios
A. J. Dahl Bookbinders
for the 1950 MOHIAN
Glen Isle Amusement Center
Follow the crowd to the Mound Super Valu
Mound'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 round.
MOUND. MINNESOTA TEL. 259
Lake Dry Cleaning Co.
Dry Cleaners Telephone
Furriers Mound 205
Launderers Beach 4
J. R. CLARK CO.
SPRING PARK HARDWARE
School Supplies Cosmetics
Big Store Value, Small Store Cost is the
motto of NAVARRE SUPER VALU at
Jackson's Corners Dependable and
courteous service will satisfy
You can always rely on this newspaper for
complete, unbiased reporting of all the news.
Our interests are yours and our
for community progress and developments.
Read the PILOT regularly.
THE STATE BANK OF MOUND
II. C. LAUMANN, Vice President LUCY KOEHLER DICK, Cashier
R. C. DICK, Viee President ELEANOR KOEIILER, Ass't Cashier
THE STATE BANK OF MOUND INSURANCE AGENCY
Oivned by and Operated in the Interest of Residents of Mound, St. Bonifaeius,
Island Park, Spring Park, and surrounding territory.
THE ONE STOP FINANCIAL SERVICE STATION
Thirty-seven Years Most Satisfactory Service Under the Same Management
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Phone: Office - Mound 40
MIN NETONKA'S FINEST
' 'Q-Supreme Quality"
Take some home today!
Congratulations to the "Class of 1950" with
all good wishes for the Future. When in need
of good appliances or of an electrical or
Sigfred Anderson Sons. Inc.
Maple Plain. Minn.
State Bank of
Forty-tive Years of Service to
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance
Pure Oil Service
Boats and Cars
Mound High School
The Markson Co.
Modern, well-equipped, conveniently located are the Ford, with its 1950 title for style, is a favorite around
characteristics of BROECKERTS FOOD MARKET. Mound, After you get your new Ford from FINLEYS,
Quality is, the by-word here, and quality talks. bring it back home for service.
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