Mountain Iron High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Mountain Iron, MN)

 - Class of 1952

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A 5: v 'f N BCDOK CNE 4 0 BOARD OF EDUCATION STANDING COMMITTEES FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR I952-I953 Building and Grounds . DDDDD . A,,, U Mr, A, Saari Finance ., ., . ,... ,. . Mr. H. Kauppila Purchasing ,,,., Mr. C. Olson Teachers ,, ,, , Mr. T. Hanson Transporlalion .. .,,,. Mr. A. Rossi GEORGE A. MOE, Superinlendenf JOHN BROZICH, Boolrlceeper BOARD OF EDUCATION MR. LEO RAMPONI, Chdifman MR. ARTHUR M. SAARI, Direcior MR. THEODORE HANSON, Clerk MR, CARL QLSEN, Diredor MR. ALCIDE ROSSl. Treasurer MR. HELMER KAUPPILA, Direcfor Lefl 'ro riglwlz-Mr. Rossi, Mr. Hanson, Mr. Moe, Mr. Ramponi, Mr. Kauppila, Mr. Olsen, Mr. Saari. ' 1'I?1. FACULTY 1 1 .nw F ll I' 'Y Ir MR LESTER WICKSTROM Commercial Deparf- MR. FRED W. MIX, Senior High School Principal ' ' fmcrmno KEITH, menf CROBERT OLSONJ -,,...--""""""' 7 A MISS MARGARET M. COSTELLO, Librarian fPATRICIA emu? ',"?F'f3 L. sw A 'Wi 443-dl 95. ' 'f"!""""v-1 4 Jul. ,I W,-gg, MR. JOSEPH F. MUENCH, Junior High School MISS ETHEL V. NELSON, Grade Supervisor KMELVIN SAARIJ Principal KMARY BETH HENDERSON, O 0 9 I F!-RCU LTY ,1 MR. ALOIS BRITZ, EnqIEsI1 and Speech IMAXINE PERNUI MR. RALPH WILLIAMS, Shop IGERALD LIA BRAATENI MISS IDA FATTORE, Home Economics KDOLORES SOMPPII , u lf NY . ii-. Iii: 4.,-M -, l, Ig Q 'I If "fl . I I I Q, - lj lv I f -'Iv 7'ff"f:-' -.s. ' A ' Q MR. JAMES SULLIVAN, SofiaI Snience IDONNA MATTILLAI MISS MARGARET OBRIEN. Science IJANE MARCELLAI .i"'I .. ' ' 'I' " - ' I . I ha' i " 1- A I ' I I , - -' ma' " 'd If 5 , 1 2' .. . 9 I .lr - , ,Aw 5 MR PATRICK DOLAN Boys Physical Educahon MR ALFRED RADCLIFFE, lnsfrumenfal Musuc KJACK HENDERDONJ QJASELTA BIANCHIJ f MISS MARGARET L COSTELLO Girls Physical Educafion :Vw MR. RUEBEN EPP looucus ROSSIJ 3 1 iff Stiff 5+ 1. FACU LTY X A MR. PETER KRALL, Science KJON BARONE, MISS ELIZABETH SCHOFER, La+in 4 NANCY MAC GREGORJ MISS MARY J. HOPKINS, Junior High School QSHIRLEY SAMPPALAJ im, .wi my 1 MR ERNEST SAARI, Junior High School MRS. LILLIAN FULLER. School Nurse - fnnosrvn sum? fEDWARD scmrol FACU LTY 11.35 MRS. AMELIA GUILLAUME, Fourfh Grade MRS. ALICE HENSTQRFI Third Grade fJAME5 BELPEDI05 CMARGARET oTAvAD UUDITH ORCUT1-y .hal MISS MARY PIZIALI, Fifth Grade KJOSIE CHARMOLIJ HX kN MISS IDA FRANZ, Sixth Grade MISS MARTHA LAUER, Third Grade NAMES SMRU KGERALD RAHNE7 tmnsu KASTELICJ fnonno NEvALAD X 1 MSM 7 'ik 1" Q f 'HJ "'5I'f.g.-Q' 6 if -.1 V-"J faijgl'-, - is-pta' -A '11 , - - A A. ., , "hun, -Mft.. 1, QL.. - .f ,L M , Ggfi, ik ' 'PW' T in 2?- 1 ff i , -144 , . ,1 . MISS DOROTHY JUHOLA Flrsf Grade 6RosALvN RAMPONI7 MISS JOAN MEINZER Furs? and Second Grade KCHEYRL AKEY, Pom" and 5'9" Mass MARY DROBNICH seffefafy SeCfe+dFy Segrefary f K l 1 J , L. L -Q 'ficwi M, , ,ff . 44, 19 Ji WE ', ,Q W, I AM., ,' Mo 1 . av: We 1' Arg f 1 ..4?? BUCK TWC , . .N ':q"n,.f1'- I , , air-"f':' d?5'ff'fl5f E ""-1 Her qu 1' vin ess illdiflllfll rhurm as hrr vngaging smile radiates to all who surround her. Class Play Prnmpter 3. 41 Clee Club 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi 3, 4: C.A.A. 2: Senior Singers 4. JUNE MARY ANNE BEGICH ROISICWI' DICLMAR COOK Tlzix 11111 is vusily N'l'0gll1.Zt'Kl by laix lvisurvly juunl uml vusy-gnirig wayx. Our original liumorisr frm t'lf'I't'l-V Iullf his way Oli! of any situalion. Footlrull 2, 3, 4: Ml f:0lllt'l' vm-v 3: Buskvtbull 2: lmllvr- lm-n's Club ZZ: Buys' Club -1. 4 0 1 Envrgvlif' Calm' delights in seeing zz jul: well-mlmzv. llis rmnnmn svnsc :mil great vn- vrgy will rnakv him a xzlvrcss in any firlrl. Mountaineer 4: Tc-ll Tale 43 Stage Crew 3, 4. GALE LEROY DEAN Rt'fI'l'SllI.l1g wffllvfl-.SHI and ll breezy manner are churartcr- istir of fun-luring Cf-fry. Whcn she' gl'lS that glint in her cya, S0l7lCll1l.lIg is funk- ing. National Honor Sovif-ly 45 Al0lHlIlillll'1'I' -1: 'll-ll 'l'ul4- 3, -1: Class Play Cust 3. fl: lluml 2, 3. 4: Glw- lfluls 2, 3, -l: Nlixf-rl Ilhoir 3: Tri-lli fl, 4: Ullivvr ll: U.A.A. 21 llunquvl lirm-mlmlv 3: S4-nior Slllf.11'l'h -1. CICRALDINIS JACK WILLIAM HENDERSON ,411 ull-xlulv football ployvr. ouixlunrling slmlvrzt. uml nu- Iurul horn f4'llllt'f. fuvlf vom- munrls rvxpvrt 1n'rf111.w of hix ulrilffy. Wllole'1'r'l' ln' .vols nu! to do vrlly. National llmmr Sovic-ty -1: llluss Ollivvr 3, -li Moun- laine-vr 4: lfulitor 4: Foot- ball 2. 3, 4: ,All-4'Olll.C'l'K'lll't' al: All-Slam' -lg llalslwtlulll 2, -1: 'l'c-ll 'l'a1l1- -l: Class Plan' Cas! 3, -l: Mix:-ml iflmir 3: I.:-tte-rim-n's lilub 2: lloys' lflub 4: Ollirz-r -1. lu' :Im-x u'l1olv-ln'urI- E K' qmewza Pint-sized but popular, Pec- Wev puts his worries into a porket with a hole in it. Ile is o good sport with a zest for fun and lore for his var. Managers Football 3, 4: Bas- ketball 3, 45 Track 3: Boys' Club 4. DONALD ALLAN JOHNSON 'I'rf'lrlfir:g through Ihr' rlrifls uflvr n lrvsh snow ln .wt his uw-ll-worn traps. Bnnvfs un- l usual ahililivs as a wrmdsmrm ' and tmppvr are wvll pu! to use. Footlmall 2, 3: llaslwtlnall 21 'l'ram'k 3, 4: 'ff-ll 'fall' 4: Class Play Cust 4: Boys' Club 4. CARY WARREN KEROLA qmewm RICHARD Hl'Gl-INR KEITH His frank and straight for- u'urd munnvr muy hc'uf1'Ia1cr thc' furully. hut llivlficfs .'iIllf'S77HlHX,lifI 1' ll r r 1' 1' s him nrvr the' rnughvsl situation. Mountainvvr 4: Footlmnll 2, 3: Raslu-tlmll 2, 3, Al: 'l'r:u'k 3, 4: Tc-ll Talv 4: Rays' lflulu 4. This m'u'r'nn1r'r In nur worri- zlnrs xlmufs tl Illlfll-Vlllflf in- lvrvst fn lllIlSi!'. uuitlz II rirfl and mvlluw 1'ui:'r'. ,Ivrrv will sing hix way through life. Gonvivk lligll Svlmol IZ, 3: Class Play lfast 4: Boys' Glu: Club 4. GERALD ALLYN LIA BRAATEN "lf f111I',v ilu' uw nl wnrryirzg ll'll1'lI lfzvrf' llll' .vu m1111v IIIIILV' lllingv In dn." This .wfnzs I0 ln' II11- 1!1lil1l.Yl!Illly nf 11111 gvn- lblll 11mlz11,xs111f11r from M1111 I,11lf1'. Lluss Play Lust 4: Boys' Mlm- fllllb NANCY JICAN NIMIKLIHXZUIQ .xIIIll'K..i 1-n1nmr'111l11lrl1' lfllllllx lim lllltl 1'11ri1'J in!1'r1'xlx form 1111 1111Is1111111i11g i1r1li1'i111111I1xI. Hvr Sl"I0l!If.Nlll'fJ ix lllrgfl IIN ix our Gililllllfillll nf hvr. YilI!'llil'l0I'i1lI1, National Hun- or Sovia-ty 4: AI1llllllililIl'1'l' 4: 'Ik-ll 'liult' 4: Class l'Iuy Cust 3. 4: Ruud 2, 3, 4: Iyflllll Corps 2, 3, 4: Ulm- Cilulv 2, 3, 4: EIISPIIIIIII' LI: Tri-Ili 3, 4: Uffirf-r 3, 4: C..'X.1N. 12: Banquvt Elms:-xlmlrlx' 3. 4: 51-11- im' Singvrs 4. JOHN CHURCH MAJETICH DONNA MARIE MATTI LA I,ll.VXt'5SlIlg rz quivl oml will- ing xpirit. lhix progrvxsire Xlllllvlll tnlfvx honors moalvsi- ly. An all-orounzl 1-upablv girl. Ilonrnfx vrzrrwxlrzvxs Io rzltuin lzvr liiglz goals rrzrlrlfs llvr f'lIl1NIIl.llf,' pvrsorlalily. Sulumtorian, Class Olliver 21 lllountninvvr 4: 'lk-ll Tale 43 llluss Play Cast 3, 4: Band 12, 3, 4: Drum Corps 2, 3, 4: GI:-v Clulr 2, 3, 4: El!St'Hll7lC 2: 'l'ri-Ili fl, -13 lull-ll'Q'l' 3g Bunquvl l'fnsz-nllmlv 3, -lg Sen- ior Singvrs 4. wi xwLRx'Ww,,k!?Xh 'h j1 1-u-:wuz-7-w-vfw' ' - , I -io.. , p:h,,- .f.- , A. Qaacfuafai K- , H ' ,Q 1' "ml 5 A "WHO Work zlocsrft lrolllvr I1 im. Burlry could si! mul wulrlz il all day. Wlzcn ln' isrfl fight- ing in history luis SIUUIIIAIIQ there. Arxollwr of our floss- PS foxy-goirzg lmlx. Football 2, 3, -1: Boys lllulm 4. SAMVEL GORDON MOORE f14f,.f,'a3j,afm,1Efg1-ifjfivxai ' PJ , fQij'??3g'Yi- ' ,- 'airing ,A ,f A 5 'T 'flu' If'u1lr'r nf nur rluxx uml 11 fm' sllnlwrll. H011 also .shirlaxs nn Ihr' llll.Nlx'l'1ll1ll1 flunl. Ilv has ll wry lilwulrlz' mun- nvr - not 1IIll..Xlt'IUIlS lm! IIIIIIZUHIIIS. W Class Uifie-4-r Il, 4: Nmmtuin- 1-vr 4: nuskvtlrull 2, 3. 4: W Trzxvk fl, 41 'll-II Ilillll' fl: Class Play Cust 3, 4: Boys' flluln -1. li0BIiR'I' LEE OLSON Qaaaluaiea JOAN CLARA OLSICN Hvr VILXIIIII NIIIIIIIVI. hw Inv: '4' up ', flllllff' llIlI'.Xl'X lrlf'u.wml luv rn'rywlu'n'. xlllllllllilltlf 1: l'l1s ' -. .4 , -. 2: 51-ninr Singvrs 4. uf fond mul flriring luv full:- mrmlily lfllll is u'1'l1nm1'1l Singm-rs 4. MAXINE AVYCE EVELYN PERNU .fl gal lhufx guvrl In lunlf ut. fu'l!4'r yvl lu lfnnw. Tclolxifx liking fur gum! lfll1t'X and spurlx ix flimnwzl only hy hc'r llllllll-fill!! In !H'l'tIlIH' 11 nurxv. Class Ollim-r Il: lxl0llIllillllt'l'I' 43 'l'Q'll 'l'uI1- 2, fl, 4: lflalss l'luy Cust 3, 4: lluml 2, 3, -1: lllzljurvtlvs 2, fl, 4: l,vzule'r -1: Ulm- iflnlr 2, 3: Nixml lllloir' 3, -ll 'llrl-lli fl, 'lg U.A..'X. 21 lflu'vl'le'aslm'l' fi, 4: S 0 n i 0 1' Q' l Svhonl is an mira-rl:rrirulur l lll'l1'l'I.fj'f0l' Leo who finds his rcnzurlfs oftvn land him in lm! uwlvr. Hffs thu lifv of his class mul llzc flvath of his I0r1c'l1c'rs. Football 2, 3, 4: Trzwk 3. 42 Boys' Clue fflulm 2: lluys' Club 4g Basketball 2. LEO LESLIE PHANEUF Wunwn. u'nmz'n z'l'1'r'y14rl11'rv. And hc' lfrmirs f,It'77l ull. If lllllfl' was fl srlmnl for ro- munrc. Dougie would get fl bm'1wlur's degree. A lwist- ing pivot. Il luoping one handvd shut and Iluugic .wurvll uguin. Foollrall 2, 3, 43 Allwolnlvr- 1-nw 4: Basluftlvall 2, 3, 41 All-mlistrivl 4: Captain 4: 'l'raa-k 3, 41 Class Play Cast 3, 4: Boys' lilulv 4g l.c-tte'r- nwn's liluln 2. DOUGLAS MARSHALL ROSSI KOISICHT L0l'lS POG0lll'Il,C .4f'tirf' in xpurls. high in .Yl',lllI1IfXllfl!. and .SIll4l'l'.i.Yfll1 in 1111 ln' llVl1fl'7l!llx'Q'N. l'ugm' vn- jnyx life' lu ilu' fullzzsl. 114- has ll guml lwuzl fur 1lllXi7It'5S. National llunor Sovivty 4: Iflase Ullim-1-r Il. -l: Munn- tainvvr Al: 'l'e'll 'lull--1: Foot- lrall 12, fl. -1: llalslwtluull 12. IS, 4: Tran-k 2, 3, 41 Class l'luy Pals! fl. l: llall1:l2.fl,41 Nliv ml fllmir 3, -lg lluys' Ulm' lfluls fi, l: lluy! iilulr -l: Ulfic'f'r -1. X . MIQLVIN ALFR ED SAARI Jn IllljI1t'1Il't'f1I,llt' 111111 111- 1'Ulll.1' 1'ii1ru'. il fwfr im ' 1 hix marry fl'if'll11S Illlll .Sill'll14t' IJ ll gul1l1'11 111111111110 nf tl: ll'I..Y!'. Q. 5tugv lfrvw 3, Al: llamml 2, .1 Al awww 1-1- , M, 5-,MK ,f . Tk. rg N r,5.5Q.g, 1: W? ,nh 1 4 -'yi . f 1 , . ,sr .9 , a 1. , 'wa A n lf X4 . , , , UQ' -.J 'JW-"w"" 1, 1 ,,.1,5'f' .45 11 tricky Izaskclball player, this lad wins honors. Ed is good natured and is always ready with ll witty remark. Class Officer 2g Football 2, 3, 4g Capiain 4: Tell Tale 23 Class Play Cust 33 Mixed Choir 3: Boys' Clee Club 25 Boys' Club 45 Lettermcn's Club 2. EDWARD JOSEPH SCINTO i ! . rl L i P , , tl z ' X i fiik , QaaJuafe4 ,flap V ,af m EY we fe .5 Yi y if ,Z VALEDICTORIAN AND SALUTATORIAN ln September 1939. Nancy and Donna began school as the inseparable twins from Costin and in June 1952. they ended their high school career together as valedictorian and salutatoiran respectively. Nancy has a scholastic average of 94.902 and Donna has maintained a 93.371 average. They both have been very active in extracurric- ular activities. 'P L - 5 -s C . R . xt ya' 4. S NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Each year a list of scholastically eligible seniors is presented to the high school fac- ulty for careful consideration and election. Honor Society members are elected on the basis of character, leadership, service, and scholarship. These members were sur- prised, though pleased. when they were presented with the official envelopes of notification. LBA V-as ' an I -ri Q S Ss 3 dr .fi Leif to right:-MacGregor, Gregorich, Mr. Mix, Henderson, Pogorelc. SENIOR CLASS liobert Olson .,,... Robert Pogorelc ..Y.. Dolores Somppi ,lack Henderson ,,,,. 6 l,N'Sl.l1l'lIf V1'c'a'-l'rc's1'd1'11l Svcrvlrrry Tfl'lI.Sllft1l' T lm Q1 I A 1 I Class Officers, left to right:-Olson, Somppi, Pogorelc, Hend June 5, 1952 was a memorable day for the Seniors. lt was the end of a long imprisonment for some and for others the end of many happy days. Our class re- introduced the traditional honhre at their football homecoming to make it one of the most outstanding. Although some of our classmates had an amazing aptitude for dodging work, our projects were completed with much success. SJ Dishpan hands! L x . Q Working on the annual. x row, left to ht: -- Anderson, mbini, W. Mallila, ephson. Smeqal, wish. R. Mattila, 1, Torrio, Bauer. ond row:- W. mon, Lovallo, nnon, Saaril ilrey, MrDnnalcl, rcella, Marillla, ipi. Fronl row:- ito, R. Johnson, Ola, Giru, Kol- l, Brunlclt, low- Niemi. JUNICDR CLASS The Junior Class has finally reached the pinnacle of -ir education, They will he the "almighty" seniors! They ve spent two years in Senior High that were packed with rk and fun. Under the leadership of Thomas Kolstad. they spon- ied many successful activities this year. Their foothall mecoming was a tremendous success and their play tags Struck", received compliments from everyone. The .mm on May 16 wound up all their activities which were der the udvisorship of Miss 0'l3rien and Mr. Sullivan. LASS OFFICERS, left fo right:-Giru, Secretary: D. Johnson, ice-Presidenfg Kolsiad, President: Secola, Treasurer. ,, , a gp- g .1 ' wit.. i4., "M v , ,.. -1- A V csv lac , I ,N A I ,K V , K, Q EE. SCDPHGMQRE CLASS high svhool last fall. Tllvy xwrm- uvliu- in 0Xll'lll'llI'l'i1'lI avlivities. lmlh IIlllSil'ill :xml allilcliv. 'l'lu-ir 1-lmrilu trails wvrv shown ospm-iallv during llw liiglily 1-unlvs 15 on lop. H10 vlass fm-ls that ll: qui li m " " 'a Mr. Brill uml lx1I'.XYillillIllS. w Senrviwr 3 Bruin, Preuiclonl. Twp ww, lcll lu iiqlilg-flxlwrm. , , L y Frwrvl Rvws ilrfviurirwp Qi-bum, Vigo llrc-,ide Taking Druvcvla Training. v s i 5 Does angle A equal awqlo B7 Marvh ul' Uimvs Urivv. ul1ii'l1 vmlval xsilll lilo sopllulnu H 'NN in meulrlix - r w lll li V v W in ll ' ri-1 lil: pi, war S+-Nui, Rumi, Kim rm, Cnllu it Wi' 'fl' 1'-ul, B'-ywliwn 'U' Ciwlrv :"X il. Sn: il ' vi .-.: Cfll. 'wx l'l.ili 2 , . l'iivvlzv-vi l, B.1iw'im '15 lx llxil, lllwqiivvll Bfliaiv' llwlwl, Frm 11 lla m i A .-ui ,lf Bla- lil! Nfliivuii .' Cl lm ilu! loiiii ' Cl mm- ii, lli A y U l Cmilllixilvw. 'X N..1 A vlass of lxwnlv+ix LlIIlllili0llS soplmiimrm-s l'lll!'I'l'ti lair lull' lvcl TCS lu vu Slll'l'1'SSrlll, and llicy are looking fnruairal to llwir l'1'IllZllII- ing years in high svlmol. Tin- snplimrmrv 1l1iXIS0l'S xxx-rc fi 51 4414 N .79 v X na w:x1,fv.'Q? A S W.-,mr ii "' 4r+ iyf '::"""'i' .., M M '-V... . -.nw ,, .,.-... .,..., -no-my-woo-9"' Q -Q Qs, -2- l lit l 'M' f- i f 1' 4 - F 1 ox J It 5 ,f fx I gk X -P 5' 1 1' 'ke- 1l"'7l0 I-'Q ill- Top row, left to right:-Gilbert, Poqorelc, Keith, Younqsfrom, Henderson, Anderson, R. Olson. Front row:-Somppi, J. Olsen, Pernu, Gregorich, MacGregor, Mafiila. Eager for new sparkling: ideas for eopy and pic'- ture arrangements, the annual staff has endeavored to present a "lived rellertion of school life. Informal snaps and informational hits of copy charac-teriae the hook whit-li to the seniors is a tangible memorian of the hook that is their high school life. ff .AO x x f. I JN Q, it 14 r' 62? Tell Tale eorning out today? Deadlines and lack of news seemed to eonspire against the amlwilious re- porters. hut the Tell Tale did get pulilishedfonee in awhile! Assignments were handed out and the edi- tors and their advisor. lVlr. Brill. waited patiently for copy to 1-orne in. usually after the deadline. But when all is said and done. the treasured copies of the Tell Tale will remain as a eonslant reminder of thc events and incidents of our high school days. Top row, left to right:-Keith, Pogorelc, Henderson, Young- strom, Olson, Gilbert. Front row:-Somppi, Pernu, Greqorich, MacGregor, Mattila, - s f l . iii ,433 V 1 First a few bars were learned, after weeks of practice the hand struggled through a song, then final- ly a selection of songs. They also practiced painfully, overtures, marches, and waltzes under the direction of their patient instructor. Along with their appearance at the Spring Festival, the band has done its best to arouse more pep among the supporters of the home team at pep-rallies and home games. Top row, left to right:-Sullivan, Cerkvenilc, G. Gregorich, Siev- inq, E. Pernu. Third row:-Mr. Radcliffe, M. Pernu, J. Greg- orich, Belair, Jackson, Pogorelc. Second row:-R. Maftila, Marttila, Mix, MacGregor, D. Mattila, Terrio. Front row:- Brunlelt, Secola, Bianchi, Guillaume, Hamalainen. Top row, left fo right:-R. Mattila, Gregorich, Begich Mix Brnn telt,AFabish, Pernu, Olsen, Hannon. Second row:-Lovalloi Saari, McDonald, Flankey Guillaume Martilla Stamp ala F f ' . , ' n I , p . ron row.-Guru, Derifo, Secola, Somppl, Maggregort Manila- l'Tri-Hi tomorrow, are you wearing heels?" This is a common question around the school a day before the Tri-Hi monthly meeting. This organization plays an important part in the lives of both the junior and senior girls. its purpose is to make nicer young ladies and help the girls adapt themselves to society. Did speakers, songs, and food carry out this purpose? Who knowsl x1i'tl,ff X , 1 4- x X f -Il - 3.2 4 -' .. . .,4, Top row, left lm riqht:4Mr. Radeliile, G. Gregorcih, J. Greg- ririch, Sieving, Josephson, Kolstad. Third rcwifll. Matlila, Buyslrom, Cerlcnevilc, Brunielt, B, Terrio, Belair. Second row:- Guillaume, Mix, Mareella, Sccola, MacGregor, Mattila. Front row:-Flanlmey, Sami, Samppala, M, Pernu, E. Porno, G. Terrio, Charmoli, Thayer. A shrill xshistle and a lirisk roll of the drums started the weekly praetiee sessions ol' the Drum and Majorette Corps. The girls performed for the lfoot- hall Homeeoming in Oetolier and added eolor and sparkle to the Distric-t Basketball Tournaments in Nlarrh. To conf-lude a successful year, they marched for the Graduation exert-ises at Nell Lake. The Corps was under the leadership of Maxine l'ernu and ad- visorship of Mr. lladelille. - A---mi D0 No'l" Lusty and sweet voir-es rang out harmoniously when wanted. Much eredit for their laeing in tune should go. and did go. to their eapahle direvlor. Mr. Hervi. They have hecn gaining prominence in the past years and are hoping to heeome a higger and hetter organization. Top row, lei? to riqht:fR, Poqorelc, Lia Braatcn, Ruud, Balabini, Kanqas, Mr. l-lervi. Third row:-Gilbert, Bauer, Bcyzlrom, Kol- stad, Saari, Dimberio, Pogorelc. Second row:-Barone, J. Pogo- relc, Perriu, Mix, Belair, Martilla, Front row: Bianchi, Seeola, Chormoli. Terrio, Thayer, Giiillaume, T lj - ,, -.71.,:1.i,',.diI ii .Li Alu JI-.iFil'F hh! iw '-H fsi ,t -,Q 'rl t t Mu .Rdi',f': In ,-ft l W-9 GJ s- Xi 'rt U QS Although small in number the Boys' Clee Club, under the fine leadership of Mr. Hervi, worked hard to make the Club a success. The co-operation be- tween Mr. Hervi and the boys accounted for the pro- gress made through the course of the year. Since the group will not lose many members through gradua- tion, it is looking forward to another successful season next year. Top row, left to right:-Bauer, Lia Braaten, Babbini, Kangas. Mr. Hervi. Front' row:-Dimberio, Pogorelc, Ruud, Gilbert, Barone. Top row, left to right:-Mr. Hervi, Grogorich, Beyslrom, Mix Gemmell, Hannon, Olsen, Beqich, Belair. Third row:-R. Mal tile. Flanlcey, McDonald, Brunlell, Samppald, Marttila, Marcella Second row:-Lovallo, Saari, Charrnoli, Norman, Bianchi, Guil- laume, Thayer. Bird-like voices twitter cheerfully during practice hours. W'hat was done last night. what to do to- night-these were the main topics of conversation. They took time for many unimportant things and had many gay times. Nevertheless the Clee Cluln added an intangible flavor to the programs in which they took part. Y F f -so vo' 'O f ti. .-5 -1 K Top row, left 'ro riqhi:-Lampi, Seppi, Terrio, Kolsfad, Rossi, Cool, Henderson, Moore. Second row:-Pernu, R. Anderson, D. Anderson, Keith, Buria, Phaneui, Kerola. Front row:-Niemi, Mattila, Johnson, Gilbert, Olson, Pogorelc, Scinlo, Towle. The newly organized Boys, Club had a very sue- eesslul year. they sold eandy and eolleeted money at foolhall games to raise money for their jaekets. Their elnh was made up of all hoy letter winners of the Mountain Iron High Sehool and was under the advi- sorship of Mr. Dolan and Mr. Ifpp. iii La- ' " 9 ' s Q er? Qx If gg,-W 4 IQ! X The C.A.A. under the direetion of Miss M. L. Costello was very aetiye. They had strong teams in haskelhall, volley hall. hadmington. and swimming. Many of the girls have earned live hundred points for their emblem and a few have earned the required thou- sand for their letter. The memhership this past year was very good with an enrollment of over forty girls. Top row, leli io riqhi:--Jaflcson, Lovallo, Sievinq, Groqorich, Kolsiad, Pernu, Beyatrorn, Ccrlwenilc, Belair, Mix. Third row:-- Miss Cosiello, Josephson, Brunlolt, Smoqal, Huiinon, Samppala, Poqorelc, Uligfni, B. iierrio, Charmuli. Seem-d row:-Klunc, Montgomery, P. Giru, Saari, Sewla, Dorito, Marcella, Mellow ald, Marliila. Froni row:-Fleming, B. Giru, Wilscun, Norman, Bianchi, Guillaume, Thayer, G. Terrio, Carlson. vu ' x . BUCK FQUR 35"3a'545"43'i 3433"'35 5 4434.47 - ak 1951 .fillfe Nine efnampiand When Coach Dolan blew the whistle to start the 1951 football season, the hopes were high in the Raider camp with nine regulars returning from last year's team. Opening the season with a 32-0 win over the Tower Eagles. the Mt. lron team dis- Q played a flashy backlield and an outstanding line. ,X Completing a very successful season with a 50-13 I 1 X victory over Gilbert, the Raiders won the Confer- f , ence championship. 5 The nine seniors of the starting eleven who made the All-conference team were llossi, Kolstad, D Anderson, and Henderson, gaining tirst team posi- , I -1 Y' tiong Scinto, Phaneuf, and Moore on the second ' ' team, and Cook and Pogorelc with honorable men- ' ' ' - .- tion. Henderson went on to make the All-State 1 9 1 i 'N' leam. lkeuxu 'lj 1.1- ' 1 Top row, left 'ro right:-Ruud, Coolc, Terrio, Rossi, J. Kolstad, R. Johnson, Henderson, T. Kolsfad, Wheeler, Seppi, Lampi. Second row:-Coach Dolan, Manager Towle, Krall, Niemi, Meglen, Gilbert, Bianchi, Pernu, Woznlalc, Carlson, G. Mattila, Manager D. Johnson, Coach Epp. Front row:-Buria, Scinio, Pogorelc, W. Mattila, Phaneuf, R. Anderson, D. Anderson, Williams, Marks, Moore. 1 i -Y , ,.' 7- " r7'6'f1Qi-'G-2 r-as,-.gg K as-35 Bff'i41f!?4 Ma ,ud 1l , kb L N -4.. s Lg , .it in-il iii 3. 1 , ,I 4 an 4, , 51 f ' , ' , 'Q T' '7 ef . ' E' 'Q 'Q , , firm 'P ' ' , Save' , ?3'1Z1' 1-A Q -X ' MQ. ..-ggi, 1 '-.ii If ' ' V1-,gf L , Q Y , wnj I .. . ,-if-Q n "' NX, T -J ., 'V Haj., , -- 4' - " Yi . , '92 f3Y?ffff ' , 2 -, b Q -4 v " .:':."' I xg-..iA .2 44 ,.i 'J'-T,,xg,'i,3 A . ,r-f551Vg.,.g:'.j-k r ., 6335? 'L A ,1 , , -if "j L rr. ,W .4 1 ,ul 5,1 any W W ' . Q3 . I I ,, ' ' . K 'lv ,. I ii. :5 S , 3 2 j . bfjl EE f av A "5 ' 3 gg if Fw! me i ZQNE ' 4 wx , , Q 5-1- Ln . , A A f ' E, L-wi: sr F "'- P' ' 'GQ' Q' 'A Tin 'fm 1, 'gg J' - Y' 1, ' - .' P 8g,,"'V iq' " f-f . ? is if ,E f Mm Qt, ' f Q 4' '71 ',11Ef"Q-xi, 'Y E"MyT.3jf-I ,. 7 4 " " W Q' - -46' Q a ' iam.. K Vi N -,J w. - f 2 J. HENDERSON All Shah Teclll FOO R. cook L- , 'ff' 4 Q. , '- N5 I D. Ross: 1' X All Conference End , , :Qflilf 6 L. PHANEUF Q,-1,,,,,l D. ANDERSON Mt. Iron Mt. Iron Mt. Iron Mt. Iron Mt. Iron Mt. Iron Mt. Iron 1951 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 32 Tower ............ . 12 Deer River .. I9 Nashwauk .... 32 Biwabik .... 15 50 Buhl ...... Gilbert Opponents ....... BALL - 'S E. SCINTO W - K ff ,- f f gp I me 9' 5 -p. 'H I. 'N-L.. 'WF MOORE 'v J. KOLSTAD All Conference Fullback R. ANDERSON All Conference Halfbaclr 2 We K T. KOLSTAD 4' I-57117 R. POGORELC - fbdfhicl' 7wenlq-Seven .feadea Who's got if? G" li' N l ! I Hi 51 D. Rossa All District xX x X - E. SCI NTO lt's gonna be close. The problem of developing a well balanced team and also building his reserve strength con- fronted Coach Epp in his first year at Mt. lron. After a slow start, Mt. lron hit their stride in mid- season by winning five straight games. The Raider team finished in a tie for first place in the Distrirt 27 standings. Some of the more outstanding games of the season included a one point victory over Gilbert, the defending State Champions and a thrilling last second win over International Falls. Mt. Iron defeated Tower-Soudan in its first game of the tournament. ln the semi-finals. Mt. Iron was defeated by Virginia, District 27 and Re- gion 7 champs. it F7 f" R. Poeoketc X R. KEITH lr 'lr FINAL S'l'ANlJlNGS lllS'l'HIC'l' 27 7 J Mt. Iron ,....,.,.........,.,,.,...........,.......,, 1. .778 Cilln-rt .....,............,...,......... .,.,.... ..,. 7 2 .778 Virginia .......... .,., 7 2 .778 lnt'l. Falls ....... ..,.. 7 2 .778 'l'uwc-r-Soudun .,... ..,.. 5 4 .556 Aurora ......,,,.. ..... - 1 5 .444 l'.vm'lvlll ......,... .,.. - 1 5 .444 lzly ..,.........,, .... 2 7 .222 lliuulrik .,..,. .........,....... ,..., 2 7 .222 l.00k ..,..,... .........,..,...,.,....,,.......,.,..... I l 9 .000 lJlS'l'RllI'I' 27 TUURNI-IY Ml. Iron 55 ..................,....,,. ,.,, ..............,.............,, ' l 'mwr 41 Mt. Iron 44 ,..... ,.... V irgzinia 46 F . N l lil oLsoN Top row, left lo riglwl: Fronf row:-R. Olson, SC Y. 'Z A 1 1 gl J. KOLSTAD 1' ., jv ff! . .4 ., -J 'W Jump Dougie. X K X 98 '13 1, W8 -Coach Epp, Kolsled, Johnson, Babbini, Rossi, Henderson, Coach Dolan. info, B. Olson, Pogorelc, Keilh, Borgman. ar X-.a',A. ig, -A 'f': 'l,i'. 1' ' f?L- 4-f 1127 ag .. A... .. n . Q 'v .,' .rl f ' v in lv' pf Bl F 'll I k ' 'if ,x 3, , Wi. A ,Ts 114, , "F l 41 7 .... f - 1 5 , . """ . 5' JK is l 'U-1 "' Q N' l Q A l A 1 .. 2- 44, 7 .. 2?'fi 2i'53 .. . 45 . ., ,g if il , 1 . ' ' ' M . . TRACK An early spring and good xwulliu along with sc'vvn rvlnrning h'll0rnnn made the llI'0SIN'ViS of ai good lruvk svn son vvry high. ffupluin. lfddy Srinlo. 1 slvllar polv xanilvr for four yvurs, lion, Rossi. a good high jninpcr. jc-rry Koi ' nd Nn slad. L1 fine' disvns lossvr. hir-In ' dcrson. Ll good Sillll-lllllll'I'. und Ihr many promising Wospvr-ls In-lpmd to make up for thc grvul loss snlii-rad when Holi Pvrnn gruduulvd. Under thc In-adcrship of liouvliu Dolan and lfpp. ilu- vigzhlvvn lmoys 1 tended three- nwels and thc' dl meet at Virginia on May 21. Back row, leff fo riqhf:-D. Anderson, Nierni, J. Kolsiad, Phaneui, slri Kolsfod, B. Olson, R. Anderson, Scinio, Mafiiia, Barone, Poqoreic, Q Seppi, Srncqai. Front row:-Rossi, R. Olson, Lampi, Dimberio, Bnria. ' Jerry rryinq for a record. l'l High enough Eddie? On your mark, ge? sei, - - GO! Up and Over. ' Q g .. I Il . ' I f - . "5 - 7 . '- , n - funn xii" f '- A ... x N, 5. 11-. if "" ' ' L -gg vt C A .f 'r - " " ,rf F' f A Aff P' ' ' u -'MQ-.- fir. I . f' - - a i -1 r . '...r,. .1 BUCK FIVE gf. Hep? P wffds 'V EXT kin. Drum. ,fp 4 5 Half- Ime e uf! n 2 an 'K iq J! X 'p' f ii J 1 Ji b . ,Aft 'Q JK 'Eb x fl , -X I 4 4 I I .- WH T W Mus? fasfe good. gil: it 6 fi? L p The Royal Cowl. nl ..-ff , Z", 12" .' , CHEERLEADERS it 5 4152 '16, .1 W ...if , B Team Cheedeaden - Top row,leH fo dghh-GUHHU Josephson, Belair, Norman, Bianchi. A leam Cheerleaders - Front row:-Secola, Pernu, Derifo. Yaaaaaaaaaaay! Backing our football and basketball teams wholeheartedly were our three peppy cheerleaders, Maxine Pernu, Gloria Secola, and "Bunny" Derito. Added to their many yells and songs was a new high school song, "Hail to Mt. Iron High." The three cheerleaders were awarded medals along with the football team. Five B team cheerleaders were elected to back the B team and to replace graduating A team cheer- leaders. The cheerleaders with their flashy outfits received many favorable comments. i-d-e-r-s JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Vi, sl! Q 9 fi 45? Ac." ""' if . The Cast "Stage Struck" - a comedy in three acts. was present- ed by the Junior Class on November 20. The scene for this play was unusual because there wasnit any stage setting and the members of the cast entered from the audience. lt showerl a high school play practice and the love of life of some of the characters. The audience reaction was very good and the play was a great success. Very qlad to know you. Joanne, Susan. WGYUS- t 5 r Colrey, darlinq Aren'+ they pretty? Gloria, Nancy., Barbara, Joanne, David. o51o '--x if .-J .,y- SENIQR CLASS PLAY l just had my skin tightened. Doug, Nancy, Ray. Under the driving direction of Mr. llrilz, the Senior Class presented the three act comedy. "Forever Allu-rt." This play portrayed a family of many talents and their life with a self-adopted llncle, who never worked. The play ended with everybody getting what they wanted and Albert moving away. The audience thoroughly showed how niurh they enjoyed the play by their many laughs. 5- New York bound. Bob O., John, Donna g 1 ' 3 ' ' A .' ' nu- fiat ,gif l , e520 A,4x. ll XJ 'fl X x ... Benny, your suit! Gary, Dolores, Maxine, Bob P, MY BLUE HEAVEN furrow Kglajj e C , ' ,, iz 'MMM fff .fhvfllt , gurl' zmqllffib M" fllla HU! ronpllllllly af Me Y? A , ! if f t . 1 Cfeninlf ihmm A lH1"" 'A I ffm elelffmm' on Qgluday' di J effeflinyg' - Me i ,fluff ffl' af Mme 0 I ,gi lf? 0 . if ' gf O Along with the excitement of the closing of the school year comes the excitement of the Junior-Senior Prom. Anxiety fills everyone's heart as they get ready for the hig- gest dance of the year. The prom, with "My Blue Heaven" as the theme, was held on May 11. A false ceiling of hlue crepe paper, angels on the walls, and stars scattered over the gymnasium, car- ried out the theme. This is an evening enjoyed hy every- one, as it marks the last high school dance for the departing senlors. K-4 A Fw ll Sipping punch. Beginning of the Grand March., ,, xl 91. wg s Mmm, ihaf duff is qoodl x r l May I have This dame? g ls if heaven? The fdCUMy gk FW' 561,001 .frife X E . ,-k 4. I, 251 win. x. , . ,,,- 4 ' ,.M'..,L',rM A. - ev- ' ' s X'9e.,, ii fa- V' X .. -ln .XI ' F , ,GE -.1 . . rf I . v -weg,fff,- 3 4,2 :Pr WY 4. ' ' -V fy, " X' X ', 0 ,,, if Q ' . uq, in .' 4. 1. , 1 4' ,W ' 1 X A .. Breezy, isn'? if? Makinq YUIC L095- LX 0,4 X Mimeographing programs. Qkfi' ,.s"?' Will if work? QL- Q lvl? J: Bookworms7 X sczmz fife f. 'gh 1 A 1 Pay aifenfion fo Ray. 1 -e I f . A 9 W - I , 5 4 0 , .... ....n1:4e.,.-f X, , Spending leisure Hme? ls if fresh? 2 :Ex 1 i 2 N QUJQQ ,,,.,..m '1"""' ..4, .N-adv' The Hrs? eleven. Here comes Hwe Queen. 2 sczmz .age Mr. Moo arceplniq our D.T. car. The four bus drivers. Pep assembly. Careful, don'+ burn your fingers. Presenlalion of The Plaque- Sfop flue music! And Hue band phayed on. i:jy,4, .sczmz 1146 Q, li . ' A 5 -ws. 55"-A 'x ,, Exclhnq. Q 44-1 fs Is, 'fi Queen Coronaiion. .. :I -T,,, FLM, .W I fix'-fi J' ifxx- A ,I ' ft' vdvp ..Mf',"'L fussy .tx V V415 L :V 41 ful I Decorafing . 1. n f I s we t . 4 N . , May I have this dance? 1" Spring is here! sczmz 114.2 I . -, if .s , ' Q x ' F I EL!-V lt , ,M1 .li 0 6 A-:T-0 I. 5,1 A M '94 gf' "Wa" :' ' T M - 4 . 5 V wr fd fi . Tl-T.. . . - .4 4+wf'f- 4. Q 4 1 X ge-if-,-,f '22 ' 1 fb A , Z dpgtf V 'rv' ' -7 W 5 Waich fha? ball K Q I The Cas? VW Am, gm sczmz 242 WHO is going fg gef if? Bookworms? Half-Mme enfcriaivxmerd. J' sam: .fafe Xara B a ,Ag wr- o""' Nc' Qdv X M 5 -lU'f4'm. Homec g p p Hy- Tri Hi honors fhe Cham Z iY 'f'r Q 41 ,X -T-az.. ff mn Q ,411 if ihi ,ksthiqrs ps. 'L - ' i Q - ' I J , ,gi I . il' 1 F -Xxx. Q I Q X -Lx - ,, . I X 'I X i , -w . x I lsflg .. -4 Jack receiving his Trophy. F d cessify, Everybody sing Mmm, fha? sfuff is good. 'PA' - I flu bl Z' " f JI4.-N-lv ww T, ..,,,,, . sam: 114. ZDW ojaix 1- ,. -, - -.. K - ""'1... ,wang-, Mr. Dolan speaks. Foofball Honor Benquef. Glau Snqu x X X l Banque? Ensemble. g nf If 2 , . 3 , A 5 x uv ' 1 Our snappy Majorelles Will if wor l Experience is The besl feacher. Musl 'lasle good. fl SQ 14aZaeaZ'4Zm4 PFEIFER 5' SCHULTZ DULUTH-KELLY COMPANY Em incurs Wes? Su erior S ree Miinneapolis, Minnesofa Dulu'H1,pMinnego+.l CO-OP STORE MATURI CORPORATIO Phone 8370 inin vw ivweers MT- lfon- MinneS0+a ghisliiofm? Minnesoia MT. IRON FIRST STATE BANK MT. IRON STORE Savirw s and mans one Mf. Iiron, Minnesoia MT. lrii13,3Minneso+a NORMAN DISTRIBUTING CO. MAC'S BAR Ram e is ribu ora qfrc fir Brfin., Pin- , Virginia, lMinlneso+a lrgn, Minnesoiia HILLYARD SALES CO. THE SNACK SHOP Chemical Supplies Plwve B6l7 S+. Joseph, Missouri MI. Iron, Minnesofa GILBERT HERALD THE BON-AIR x er rin in Andrew Bablairwi, Pro . Eiilbgri, Mignesofa Mf. Iron, Minnesolia ANDERSON CHEVROLET CO. WAYN? 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