Mountain Lake High School - Laker Yearbook (Mountain Lake, MN)

 - Class of 1951

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,P w.. ,A-,fn ,var ,mu V ' ..-H "f..' ' ,' -'j-:ff "!"2'f Ti 54? 1 'LQ' - . fa- if 2--. J- Q1--E5-b --l -1 f "-'rv--2-'L ' ' ' e .lunuor and Sensor Class MOUNTAIN LAKE HIGH SCHOOL Present the 195' 'IL BK r r Th of IN MEMORIAM AI LFNJ JANJZIVNI December 201932 December 26 1947 October 10 1931 December 14 1948 To live in the hearts ue leaz Q bebmd 19 no! to die Thomas Campbell CLAYTON A1 ANZE N MOUNTAQN ll Ii X .551 1 Sl ll U,::: vf-in-Q.. -4-np.. :-HGH SCHUUI, 5 f . ' '- ,. , ' M.. fff, ' , " B idx mr , Q ' ' . if ff ' f 'Y,AA'f'QTpM X ali ffiff ' W M f x ,W-if au f t 'iv A 'A 3 g ff! 133 ' ' fffi ' X i.f!f'3V Q 13 K ., VE' Y :fy .',L , , af ' YU' K , fy! A V A t xv zl ,A ,L ., Q, A I 'fi X + 'K' I . . ' 15- 1 ' , f' ,f I "','y- - A , . - 'Q ?,fl ? f . is ' .1 Lf' in V A Y- wfAf,' V' , YQ ' GRANT II JOHNSON Superintendent LUCILL E TASS Secretary NICK A KLAASSEN Pnncxpal ADMINISTRATION --.,,,,-I ASQ' ,Q Let to ngbt R L Wenberg,j F Extzen ohn A Wall S Thompson, Grant john son, G C Hnebert H J Pankxatz BOARD OF EDUCATION I Ii :' I HT' , . E fi 2 TI : Jr YL ' M 1 Y q I. . ,A v ...,, A, V I f ' :. . . . . ' , T . , . - f I 2 X WALTFR R STROUD Socral Studles American History, Sclence IIULDA FIIW Typmg, Steno III Book keepmg W' LAMAR RUNESTAD Band, Chorus, Musrc Rudx ments 2 MAXINE DODGF Lrbrarxan, Fnglrsh 10 B A MUINSON Algebra 9, Hxgher Algebra, Chermstry, Physrcs, Coach -if GENEVIEVE OVFRVAAG Home Economrcs, Cafeterra WALTER VIFBI: Industrral Arts ROBERTA RUNESTAD J H TSCHETTER Modern Hrstory, Muslc 8 Agflclllfllfe 5 , I. . . ' r Q A , , I . ' I Z x A if , V V 'ww' I V , ,, 1 'NW fbi .A 1 y I, I , Qu ' Y, I , I ' , ' z . 7 , - . . . . ' 1 -ey in A V XI I I 1 , W, I , T? A "f- Xu Y 9 ,j,, . Nvhq f' 1: 'Wm PUGENI- JACOBSON MARION BUNGI FflR11Sh U 12, QPCCCY1 Physlcal Iducatxon B101 OSY ELLEN HIEBERT R L TWEFT Home Economlcs 7 8 Mathematxcs, Scxence Drnver Trammg ,A CAROL SIBPRT FLSA KFTTLFR Izngllsh 7 8 Choral Club Mathematics An Gxrls Chorus 6 41 445. if v ,--7 .- 7:--1 , . I . 1 K . 2 . ' . - .4 I , L - 1 7 y A . K . N I .J ., ' , 1 '- yi 1 -. 4 ' 1 1 I . I ' s ' 4' i 'J ,L f 8 3 'INN 1 , ,L+ , ,Q . L... ,lg Q ,fig W M 4, ,. 4 4 'S X. . N L 4 -. . Y , . - . . , - . 1 I 7 . , iq BOB GI TTL! R Physxcai Iducatlon SCI ence 7 8 DOROTHY TVEET Fnghsh 9 Modern Hxstory S ,fv- INE7 INFLSON Geography, Soc1alStud1es QQ EMMA SEAVERT, JAKE PETERS Q ,akin 4. E 1 fsikwu 2 E H, 5 N 1' 1 A N A ,,,,v.-fwi, Nff B A ,E I Y 5, 4 4 Q A H , E ff 1 ?jigk 1i1 7 K5 N Iwi. -uf My-4 BUS DRIVERS FRONT ROW Henery Balzer, Dean Schzed Dave Schmxdt, B111 Fxsk BACK ROW Leon ard Berg, Jake Wllllams, Floyd Dehmlow, jake Duerksen Elmer Klxewer J...- ELMER KLIEWER LEONARD BERG 05700, JAKE DILRKSEN 8 ' I- 3 I 4 ,fx Q B . S -9 -u R i ' I K x . 1 V! V ' X M ' I '5 N Y af '45 v -.it'i3l J ii-in V . 'lj f . ...A R, J , 'A . g, -V " . Y ' I A N , : . v . . . i z - , . Q rj I R - R CD. .EK L 'A E T..'.,.-1-. B .J g R - . f . V o 'Q C National Cl-ASS OFFICERS Honor Honor Society Marion jungas Menno Fast Edith Suderman Gledon Klaassen Teddy Pankratz Lxla Penner Roald Tweet john C Hxebert Glendon Klaassen Presndent Roald Tweet Vlce presldent Arlene Stoesz Secretary and Students Teddy Pankratz Edith Suderman Marion Jungas Arthur Gerdes Lila Penner Meno Fast Roald Tweet Arlene Stoesz Glendon Kaassen Martha Txeszen Adelme Qurrxng l'C3Sl.ll'ef l T X 2 7934 g T VX Valedlctorlan TH EODORA PANKRATZ Her scbolarsbxp rs brgb so IS our es :mate of ber National Honor Society 4 Class Play 3 4 Declam 1 2 3 4 Llbrary Club 3 Spxnt Staff 2 3 Edrtor 4 G A A 2,4 Sec y 3, Student Councxl 2 3, Vlce pres 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Grrls Glee Club 3 4 F H A 2, Re porter 3, Vice pres 4 Cheerleader 2 3, 4 Homecoming Attendant 2 3 EDITH SUDERMAN Intelligence rs not ber only uulue Natlonal Honor Soclety 3 4 Class Play 4 Class Play Producuon 3 Lrbrary Club 2 3 4 Splrlt Staff 2,3 4 Annual Staff 3 4 Band 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Girls' Glee Club 2 3 4 Choral Club 2 Gxrls uartet4 FHA 2,3 Songleader 4 Declam 4 9 Salutatornan i Q-9 l , ' A , -it X ' X , L11 N fi if I' .H '- I T 7 Y il? .I , Pres. 45 Gopher Hxstorxans II 1,2,35 ,Q , I , 9 at - - - a , . ', 7 s 1 I Y 1 l I , , u . Q ' . . Q 7 9 , 3 ll ' ' ' .ll I . . , 3 . 3 - . Q 0 I Y Q I Q . Y 2 I Q F 1 5 . 9 U 5 O Q , Q Q . . . , f , 9 - L I 'Q' I WHY' .s ww' I0 'Ut LOIS BA RTEL Two clear blue eyes and a frzendly face a noble character you tbere can race American School of Kxgungshan 1 Choral Club 2 Library Club 2, Sec y 3 4 G A A 3, Pres 4 Photo Club 3 4 A V O C 4 Band 4 Annual Staff 4 Splut Staff 3 4 Semor Class Play Homecommg Attendant 4 DENNIS DORMAN Lxttle I ask my wants are ew F AVOC 254 PhotoClub34 1 Splflt HAZEL BULLER Wbat a spendtbnft sbe s o ber tongue AenaHS1AVOC34FHA2 LLOYD DUE RKSEN Words are far too numerous spoken A 1 2 A V O C GLADYS EPP As full of lzfe as lzfe itself Band 1 Chorus 3 4 Choral Club 2 Gxrls Glee Club 3 4 Photo Club 3 4 GAA 34 Lxbrary Club 234 1r1t Staff Z 3 4 2 REUBEN DUERKSEN I like work st fascmates me I can sat and watch xt for bours. F A 1 Photo Club 3 P99 -Q.-11 'il' fir' 15,17 -Q ll I LOIS FAST A kindly temperament is hers. Spirit 2 4' Girls' Chorus 3' Chorus 3 4' Girls Glee Club 3 4' Choral C ub 2' F H A 2 3 4 DuWAYNE FALK Greater men may have lwed, but they are all dead. Butterfxeld H S 1 Chorus 3 4 Boys Glee Club 3 4 Boys Octet 4 Letter men s Club 3 4 Class Play Produc txon 3 4 Photo Club 2 3 4 A V O C 2 3 Pres 4 Annual Staff 4 F F A 2 3 4 Basketball 2 Football 2 3 4 LOUISE F AST Silence IS one of the virtues o the wise Gxrls Chorus 3 Chorus 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 3 4 Spxnt staff 3 4 Choral Club 2 F H A 2 3 4 ALBERT FAST One day in the country rs worth a month an town Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Boys Glee Club 3 4 Choral Club 2 Class Play Production 3 4 Basketball 2 F F A 1 2,3 4 Photo Club 4 LaVILLA FRANZ A maiden good, without pretense Blessed wttb plum reason and corn mon sense Sprrxt 3 4 Girls Chorus 3 ME LVIN FAST Im not a polstxcxan and my other habxts are all good." Photo Club 3 4 F F A 2 3 4 Choral Club 3 MENNO FAST We grant although he hath much wrt he s very shy o usmg rt Band 12 3 4 Pep Band 2 34 Cho rus 3 4 Boys Glee Club 3 4 Class Play Productron 3 Class Play 4 Boys Octet 4 Barrtone Tno 3 Splut Staff 4 Basketball 2 4 Stu dent Councrl 23 Pres 4 Photo Club 3, Vrce pres 4 Annual Staff 4 F F A 12 3, Pres 4 Nat'l Honor Soerety 3 4 Brass Sextet 4 GL ENNYS GREEN Here s to the girl with a heart and a srnzle Who makes thrs bubble o It eworth whale Grrls Chorus 3 Chorus 3 4 Grrls Glee Club 34 FHA 4 VERNON FRIESEN Oh dzgmty where art thou?" Band 1,2 3 4 Pep Band 3 4, Chorus 2 3 4 Boys Glee Club 2 3 4, Choral Class Play 4 Splut Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Class Play Productron 3 LOIS GREEN When I thmk I speak and I am always thmkzng FHA 234 G11 Chorus3 ARTHUR GERDES Arthur rs theoredrcally preczse Even rf he has to do thzngs twice Class Play Productlon 3 Class Play 4 Declam 4 Gopher Hrstorrans II1234 SprrrtStaff234 AVOC 234 FFA1Ch01'l1S234 Boys Glee Club 2 3 4 Choral Club 2 MARTHA HARDER Deeds not words are what count Gopher Hrstorrans Il 1 3 4, Pres 2 Girls Chorus 3 Spmt Staff 4 Cho rus 3 4 Choral Club 2 Girls Glee C u 3 4 F H A 2, ff I I I f ' 'ul' Y , Y 9' Y Y 5 - 1 l l 9 5 3 P 1 . ' ' I I v r .5 , Q ' . , Q '- 5 0 Q Q . . . , , . 3 . 1 y 3 . ll I ' ' P - n . ' 1 . . ' 1 7 1 7 , 3 . . . . ,, . . I 5 ' i v l 1 ' . 3 . Y Y 7 U Y Club 25 Boys' Octet 45 F.F.A. 1,23 Q 5 ' Q 1 If ' I I - - n . . . . , , g r s' . rr ' ' ' . . . ,, I Q I , , , Q , , Q . n . - . . . x Y , 7 . . . 7 7 Q Y , Y 3 ' If rr , . 1 v ' S ' r . ' ' . s 9 ' - - ' 7 , 1 r 1 b , 5 . . . 3,4. 7 ,4l""l' i :Eff Yf 'lf' ls -ggi env' ' T' -mfr- F7 I3 FRANK GIERZAK Hxs humor rs as subtle as hrs art rs exact enedrctlne H S 1 2 Splut Staff 3 4 Annual Staff 3 4 Choral Club 3 Photo Club 3 JOANN HEPPNER Here s a gzrl who s always peppy For 1 she 1sn't she must he unhappy GAA 234 Chora1C1ub2FHA4 DFLANO HARPER The world would he blrss were rt not for work. Butterfield H S 1 2 Photo Club 4 F F A 3 4 Choral Club 3 MARGRETA HILDEBRANT Character rs made up of small duties faxth ully preformed. SPIIII Staff 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Gxrls Chorus 3 Band 3 4 Choral Club 3 JOHN HARDER Don t study you lesson lessen your study Lettermen s Club 4 Photo Club 3 4 Football 34 Chorus 34 Boys Glee Club 3 4 Choral Club 2 Boys Quar 4 F A 1 HELEN JOHNSON A friendly look a wmmng smile Make the world seem more worth whzle Class Play 34 One Act Play 4 Annual Staff 4 Girls' Chorus Choral Club 2 F H A 2 3, Pres 5' . ,, . . . . ' .Il A NX B . . . . Y 9 . . , Q 3 9' , 2 s IO I ' I -, - n.: PM . . . ,, ,g 9 . . . , , 1? f if ' K 2, 'rf ' J .f 1 4 1 5 , ,134 -" ' YS" ,f ,i ., , F I lf?" , L ,' 1 . II Q, ' - - , s 9 . . . , 5 . l 4,1 t ' rr ' ' ' I ll VL I x . . 1 Q Q . , 9 , 4 9 73- F.H.A. 2,3,4. ' . x gil ' ' Q 4 M Q - 'Q f . X '3' ,,: A - , f ' N gg '? rj? 'l 4' A C Nfl!-gl "ali .Al QQ: LGS 7? T- -' -133' 11 im. .,,,4 A. - . v ww, 243 ll l , ll , ' lv . . 5 ' v , y 1 I ' , 4 , s ' Q , 3 9 ' X 5. A ' tet 3 .F. . ,2,4. I I , ' .ll . ,s ' - 9 . 5 35 Q . - . , ' a 4. ,ffl -.psi ,QW I4 LESLIE HARDER When zn tbe course o buman events tt becomes necessary to bluff let s luff oral Club 23, AVOC cePres 4 FFA 12 MARION JUNGAS The world belongs to the energetzc Nat'l Honor Socrety 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Gopher Hxstonans Il 1 One Act Play 4 Spxnt Staff 2 3, 1-,dxtor 4 G A A 2,3 4 Band 1 234 Saxophone Ensemble 2 3 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 Majorette 1 2 3 4 F H A 2, Hxstorlan, State Vrce pres 3 Sec treas 4 Pep Band 12. ERVIN HEIDE Small tn stature but mtgbty ln spin! Chorus 3 4 Choral Club 2 Boys Glee Club 34 Boys Quartet 4 Boys' Octet 3 Lette men s Club 4 nrxt Staff 4 F F A 3 porter 4 Basketball 1,2 3 4 Track BE RNICE LOHRENZ To know ber zs to love ber and sbe is well known Class Play 3 4 Splut Staff 2 G A A 2 3 4 Student Councll 2 Annual Staff 3 4 Grrls Chorus 3 Choral Club 2 Chorus 3 4 Gtrls' Glee Club 3 4 F H A 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 Homecommg Queen 4 Class Treas GL ENDON KLAASSEN A man as true as steel Nat'l Honor Society 4 Class Play Productxon 3 4 Photo Club 2 3 Sec as 4 Avoc 4 FFA , 2 Pep Band 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Choms 4 Choral Club 2 3 Boys Glee Club 4 Class Pres 3 4 STANLEY HOTZLER Prcture DOI shown "You can and you can't- you will and you won 1: you ll be blamed if you do: you ll be blamed if you don 1. ' Football 1,2 3 4g Basketball 2,35 Letterman 2,3,45 Spirit 3 45 Baseball Manager 3,49 Class Play 3,4. 1 4""i J sd' I5 HARRIS FRANZ Not tall rather small but an IS ead he has rt all" Choral Club 3 Lettermen s Club 2 3 Pres 4 Photo Club 2 Treas 3 Pres 4 Annual Staff 4 Football 1 2, Co captain 4 F F A 1 2 LOYAL KLASSEN Worry never made great men why should I worry?" F A 2 O C 2 Photo Club 4 Chorus 4 Boys Glee lub 4 ESTHFR PANKRATZ The sun has a right to set where xt wants so have I Band 1 2 3 4 Pep Band 2 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Girls Glee Club 3 4 Class Play Productlon 4 Sp1r1t Staff 3 4 G A A 4 CLAYTON LINCHIFD Hou can I study uzth love affazrs on my m1nd9 B tterfxeld HS 12 AVOC 4 I' 3 4 Pep Band 3 4 Band Chorus 34 Boys Glee Club 34 Boys Quartet 4 Cornet Ensemb1e3 4 BILL LOIIREN7 I dont care what happens just so 1 doesn't happen lo me Lettermens Club 2 3 Basketball 2 LORRAINE MENKEN There rs great abzltty an knounn bow to conceal one's ability." Gopher Historians II 3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Choral Club 39 Girls' Chorus 3g F.H.A. 2,3, Historian 4. ff! f as ll 'L-I 'isa ' ' viz- SS-W 'G' I6 LILA PENNER Wxth open hand and open heart always ready to do her part Band 4 Chorus 2 34 Girls Glee Club 2 34 Grrls Sextet 3 Girls uartet 4 Spxnt Staff 3 4 Declam 3 4 F H A 2 3, Reporter 4 Annual Staff 3 4 Class Play Productxon 3 4 Choral Club 2 Gxrls Chorus 3 Nat'l Honor Socxety 4 ALLEN NIESSEN A comrnumty that boasts good zn habztants lake me can have no lack of good soczety Chorus 2 3 4 Boys' Glee Club 2,3 4 Choral Club 2 Boys' Octet 3 Boys Quartet 4 F F A 1,2,4, Rep0rter3 Gopher Hxstonans II 1 Declam 4 ADELINE QUIRING She harbors many good qualztzes rn her port Class Play Production 3 4 Gopher Hrstonans II 1 2 3 Reporter 4 SPIIII Staff 3 4 G A A 2,3 4 Annual Staff 34 Glrls Chorus 3 Choral Club 2 Band 1 Chorus 3 4 Gxrls' Glee Club 4 Glrs Octet4 FHA EMIL OELTJ ENBRUNS Let the world slzde let the world g a fig for care a xg or woe F F A 1 Track 3 JOHN OELTJ EN BRUNS Boys should not have the ambitious cares of men A DUAINE OLSOIN Szlence suggests latent powers AVOC 34 iff' Ni'- 'Vt x,..f 484 A 4 :warg ysf osffilfy I 'BL inf 4 ' 'W' 2 I7 JAMES NEUFELD Some dayl'll stop my boyxsb pranks and be a man Band 1 Photo Club 2 3 4 Spxrxt Staff 2 3 4 CECIL PETERS Mountazn Lake s a fine town but sbe lwes ln Wmdom so goodbye boys JANE REMPLE There may be some lxke her but none we lxke so well Band 1 2 3 4 Pep Band 2 3 4 Trum pet Fnsemble 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Gnrls Glee Club 2 3 4 Glrls Octet 4 Choral Club 2 Class Play 34 Declam 3 4 Lxbrary Club 3 4 G A A 4 C F H A MARVIN QUIRING Wberl the sun sbmetb make bay A l 2 3 4 Track VF RNA SFHMIDT Her bear! xs not wbolly m ber work where I5 xt? and 1234 Pep Band234 Cho r s 2 3 4 Girls Glee Club 234 Gxrls Octet 4 Choral Club 2 Lxbra ry Club 4 Spxrxt Staff 2 G A A 2, 34 AVOC 34 Declam4 ARL ENE STOESZ A sweet attractwe sort of grace Band 2 3 4 Pep Band 4 Chorus 4 Girls Glee Club 4 Choral Club 2,3, Lnbrary Club 2,3, Vxce pres. 4, Splut Staff 2,3,4, Gopher Hlstornans ll 2, Pres. 3,4, State Sec. 4, Annual Staff 3,4, F.H.A. 2,Parl1amentar1an 3,4, Class Play Productxon 3,4, Class Vrce pres. 1, Class Sec. 3,4, Homecomxng Attendant 4. JAMFS SCHULT7 He s one 0 the ellous no one knous anylhzng bad about Band 2 3 4 Pep Band 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Boys Cleo Club 2 3 4 Choral ub 2 Photo Club 3 4 F I A AUDRI- Y STOI S7 L1 e ts not so short but that there IS always lzme Of mernment and 1 P Ban 2 Class Play Productron 3 Class Play 4 Sp1r1t Staff 3 4 C: A A 2 3 AVOC 4 Chorus 34 Gus ee Club 3 4 F H A 2 Gop er Hxstorxans ll 1 Nlayorette 1 ALDFN STOI 97 two of nature s greatest blessmgs Brngham Lake ll 9 1 Chorus 34 Boys Clee Club 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 One Act Play 4 Class Play 4 MARJ ORIE STOESZ She speaks but lzttle yet says enough to conuznce us all she s got U96 stuf Chorus 4 Gxrls Glee Club 4 Grrls Chorus 3 Choral Club 2 3 GLIBFRT STOFS7 I am a razd no wzdou at my funeral shall weep Band l 2 3 4 bpxrxt Staff 3 4 Cheer leader 3 4 Declam 4 One Act Play 4 Class Play 3 4 F F A 1 Choral Club 2 3 LELAIND SUDDERMAN No one knous what he can do tzll be trzes Band 1 2 3 4 Photo Club 3 4 Choral Club 2 Horn Tno 4 Pep Band 3 4 F F A 1 2 Class Play Productron ar 1 f f , V ' If 1 , 5 , S 1 - . Y 4 . 5 1 7 ' 1 YQ, Cl g , 3 . f. . 1,2, 3,4- rr - - ' f - H . . B ,Z,3,4q ep . d 1, ,3,49 9 g , 5 . . .I , Z 45 . . . . g , 3 1 Gl , Q . . . 3 ll 3 . . "Good looks and good sense are ,, .5 N l v,, ' z ., 9 Y . 7 f 1 v 1 9 3 4 v v 9 ' 9 . . Q! ' . ' I fl, . . ' 7 . ' 1 7 Y S , - ff f ' ' I YY r 3 r l 1 9 ' , Z S ' ' 9 ' , 9 - - - 9 , . ,, , , . ' ,I , , y ? . , 9 - 5 Q , S . . . ,g 3,4. "in- I MARTHA TIESZFN In regards to szze you need feel no alarm when you shorten the tgure you hexghten the charm Class Play 4 Declam 4 Copher Hrstorrans 1 2 3 4 Spmt Staff 2 3 4 Annua1Staff3 4 Band 1 3 4 Pep Band 1 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Grrls Glee Club 2 3 4 Choral Club 2 Girls Sextet 3 Grrls Octet 4 Clarmet Quartet 4 HARLAN TEICHROEW The worlfs no better rf we worry Life s no greater if we hurry Chorus 4 Boys Glee Club 4 Choral ub 23 Photo Club 34 F 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 Football 2 3 4 Lettermens Club 4 EVE LYN TOEWS She needs no eulogy she speaks hersel Library Club 2 3 4 Sprrxt Staff 2 3 4 Annual Staff 3 4 Band 2 3 4 P p Band 2 3 4 Choral Club 2 3 ROALD TWEET We shall now dzscuss an a lzttle more detail the struggle fo exzs tence Natl Honor Socrety 4 Class Play 3 4 Declam 3 4 Gopher lhstorxans 23, Pres 1 State Pres 4 dent Councll 3 4 Class Vxce pres 3 4 Annual Staff 3, hdxtor rn chref Bnd1234 Pep Ban 2 Clarinet Quartet 4 Choral Club 2 3 Spxrrt Staff 2 3 4 FLORENCF UNRUH Where the stream runs qutetest the waters run deepest Choral Club 2 Declam 3 F H A 2 3 4 CHARLES WELLMAN Hts stature secures hun from every thang except doors. F F A 1 2,3 4, Track 4 Photo Club 2,3,4g A.V.O.C. 2,3, Sec.-treas. 4. ,......-4" WW 'iiltt iff, """""" 20 bf' DARLFNE VOTH Some say the world was made for rollc so dol Band l 2,3 4 Pep Band 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 2 3 4 Choral Club 2 Glrls Sextet 2 Llbrary Club Splrlt saff 2 GAA 2 KENNETH WALL Laugh and the world laughs wrlb you snore and sleep alone Class Play 3 4 Splrlt Staff 2 3 4 Photo Club 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Pep Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Boys Glee Club 2 3 4 Brass Fnsemble 3 MARCELLA WIENS For even though vanquished, she cou d argue still ' Chorus 2 3 4 GIIIS Glee Club 2 3 4 Llbrary Club 34 Splrlt Staff 4 Choral Club 2 Glrls Chorus 3 G A A 2 3 DONALD WIENS Hang Sorrow' Care wall kzll a cat lbere ore let us be merry A g UNWUDQD I FIRST ROW A junker, W Franz, P Franz, G Gohr G Harder, L Bartsch, E Derksen D junker, D Goossen, W Krahn, R Grove, R jungas SECOND sen I Enzeman N Green V French A Fnesen THIRD ROW I Hlebert Basxnger, Mnss Overvaag, J Klxewer, B Karschnxk, M Klxewer, B Klaassen j Fuller, C Behrends, A Dlck, E Buhler, P Hayek,j unker , FIRST ROW C Otto, M Meyers, E Warkentxn, B Pope, H Loewen, D Sch roeder, L Loewen, L Wesron,J Lohrenz,j Redelcopp SECOND ROW W Unruh, E Regxer, S Stall, A Regler, M Oltjenbruns, C Olson, A Quxrmg, R Menken, A. Texchroew, L. Schultz, L. Pankratz, W. Scholl, B. Starr. THIRD ROW. G. Martens, E. Rexmer, D. Sroesz, H. Stoesz, E. Warkenun, R. Schultz, G. Schmldr, P. Peters, E. Tleszen, H. Wlens, Mr. Stroud. 21 F XV ' X X xl i J W F If U X V7 k V, . N I p ' I I s 2 P o I' R S I A -- . I Ku ,r " ' X 4 ,, an W I ROW: V. Buller, L. Fisk, .M. Goodwin, Faisr, B. Harder, Brownl, J.. Goos- . I x xx ix ' Ai u52n . A i I .. FIRST ROW M Bartsch, V Freuag, J Fexl, K rrlesen, H Karschnlk, V Freltag, K Klrewer, R Frlesen, L Frxesen, E Klaas sen, T Hrebert SECOND ROW A Basmger, A Dlck, N, Balzer, L Hexde, I Junker, L Frsk, NI Ewert, L Duerksen, L Eytzen, M Bartsch, A Fast, R Foth, D Derksen, L Harder THIRD ROW G Hxebert, G Gustafson, D Holmes, L Hxebert, D Bartel, M Boldt, D Gosen, D Gosen, E Harder, B jungas, A johnson, I Karschnxk, M S O P H O M O R E S ..53,, Buller, D Bearg FIRST ROW L Wrebe B Nordby, Ramsbacker, Mr Jacobson, R Wllson, Sawatzsky, S Scholl SECOND ROV E Ramsbacker, C W1sCh,,l Wall, D Sroesz, C Lohrenz, M Peterson, D Nxckel, E Rlsberg, M Wlckel, A McDonald, B Larson THIRD ROV C VIRUS, R Porath, D Porarh, K Wxese, E Suder man, F Weston, A Peters, R Stoesz, D Kahn, R Schutz, A Porrsch B Lar son 22 FIRST ROW R Drck, L Bullet, D Drck, H Enns, S ohnson, P Goertzen, L Fast, C Germg, R Herde, R Fnesen, R junker, R Frresen SECOND ROW V Frresen, L junker, G Hotzler, R janzen, I Buller, P Kerr, E Harder, S Goertzen, C janzen, D Harrrs, S Bullet, J Jensen, Falk, M Klassen M Hale, J Hrebert, G Brertbarth, C anzen, L jungas, D Hxldebranclt FIRST ROW R Rempel, D Ratzloff, E Qurrmg, L Terchroew, D Walters, R Oelyenbnms, H Stemhauser, D Nrckel, D Menken, G Wrebe SECOND ROW E Pankratz, E Penner, M Strange, H Streglrneyer,-I Neufeld, L Wrlkms, N1 Wlegold, J Rretz, D Stahl, E Loewens, V Toews, A Loewens, L Tschetter, D Wrlkms THIRD ROW Mrss Bunge, L Pferl, J Toews, M Pankratz, C Wolf, B. Redekopp,-I Shultz, B Qu1rmg,j Stadlander, E Pope. F R E S , H A ' If M Y'El4,'1. X I l A N I g- N X 'I K ,ixx 'Rx , 4 A : u . ' I . l . ' . . 1 ' . : THIRD ROVI: Heide, Mr. Gerder,'F. Brandr,.R. Hunstag, D. Kirr, Holmes: I V Q D Qt M vvx G V I NL K ?"' . l'J X 41' I pf W ins 1,4 2 ' ll I1 'f If ll I f' lr" I' JIM" n"l"1 iv f Ile r 0 D x 01:51, . Q '1 nfhnfl . ' 1 f I I 0 5 1' ' IS' MU' W X . . I rw'f","' . 1' I " E 4:1 - f' , 1 1 'va Q ff un' V H u "v, ' "U, 1 ' Nl I' ', ' f I ,fl ,,!, , - - - vo' " V f"f " i I 'Q- f ,wg - -- - . .- -, 3 W, 5- .. - fvk if HW -.9 I i ff :nl .T lit I X ,721 " ' - f Ii - I' X ffl A ' ,I -'. .. s N bs f f I 9 Q7 Lal NWI? ,l:g" J I Q :hu ,Juli 'I I4 W' ffl? :O W I' H .. wry ',', I ,fr ,Ma J, , 'vt If ,A 1, All., v.f,:1 'QI' I lull' lu' ""' 'J' W, 'lf . 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I X H VH, ,il v -L, FIRST ROW A Gerdes,j Neufeld L Weston L Loewen SECOIND ROW L Penner E Reimer A Regxer S Stahl D Stoesz,M Hlldebrandt E Toews, E Ramsbacher M Boldt A Quxrlng L Schultz M Tleszen A Dick V French L Fast THIRD ROW E Regret A Qulrlng B 'lungas G Fpp C Behrends R Schultz L Hxebert M Harder L Franz A Frlesen B Brown L Fast F P ankra tz EDITOR Teddy Pankratz Marlon jungas MANIAGINJG EDITORS anet Klrewer Joyce Engeman BIJSINIESS MANIAGFR Roald Tweet lohn C Hrebert RADIO Roald Tweet Vernon Frresen Gllben Stgesz Kenneth Wall Frank Gxerzak 'NIEWS EDITORS Edxth Suderman Arlene Stoesz Martha Treszen Martha Harder Elrzabeth Regret Loxs Fast Ruth Schultz Arthur Gerdes FEATURE EDITOR Gaxl Gustafson WRITERS Alva Regxer Kenneth Wall Lxllran Schultz Luetta I-hebert G1lbert Stoesz Marcella W1ens Gladys Epp SPORTS EDITORS Dennns Schroeder WRITERS Robert jungas LeRoy Loewen, Leonard Weston MUSIC EDITORS Menno Fast, Nlarrlyn Klrewer ART EDITOR Frank Gxerzak STENCILISTS Audrey Stoesz Loxs Bartel PRODUCTION jack Redekop Robert jungas John C Hzebert Eldon Warlfentm DISTRIBUTION! Esther Pankratz Marlene Boldt Ellen Ramsbacher Stanley Hotzler TYPISTS Lenore Pankratz COPY READER Eleanor Rermer Betty Brown, Sylvna Stahl Carolyn Behrends Darlene Stoesz Arlene Frxesen Vyonne French Arlene Qurrmg Adella Dxck Evelyn Toews Margareta Hxldebrandt LaV1lla Franz Louise Fast FACULTY ADVISOR Eugene Jacobson TYPIVG ADVISOR Hulda Frhn 27 "2 I' I 'als I I I , M X 4 ,,,, X '. ll T X: l f 'I J ,V A x I f V f 7' . -fi. 8 . Q L uc .L 7 W : .. .U , . , . '- I : . , . ,. .,'. , . .. ., . '- ,n , Q ' , nl. , . , . , I , . . ' :. , . , .' , ., , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . ,.. -.f--..-.. f.. .. ... ' , . I - , , . I I . ..... ...-........ ,Q . r ' , . ..................... , T REPORTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . Barbara jungas, Lila Penner, Adeline Quiring l 7 7 1 7 I ................. I ............ .- ' .-......-.......- , , , F v vi 1 I Olloleslllslall , I .................... .... , . , . Loo- e ...ann .1 -anna , 7 . 7 ' Y , i Y 7 1 7 7 3 7 . .. ....................... 'CP1 .L ""' B :tel M T1eszen,1 rc M Hxldebrandt, L wemgen, k SFATED I Khewer, L a , renz, H johnson, E Regxer, A Qulrlng, F Toews, L Pankratz, A Stoesz, S Stahl STANDING M Khewer, A D1ck,F Gxerza , N Fnesen,P Hayek,j H1ebert,j Redekop, D Fa , hnson I unker IN Klaassen, H Franz, L wen R 'Iweet,G jo , R jungas, M Fast, H oe , AUX INVNC Nick A lxl mssen --ll r-1 ' l Business STAFF Nlnxc son un cr n mama 0 ren? N I an B wmasri 1 0 n 28 . C . . n . . 4' unv., , 'h' 'Z '. Q " . ' f ' .' ' . Ik . . . . ' . .3 . 1 I ss , 3 wwf' fs I f ss - an I ,, I E sss,s - i '-Q I FF 'Q 3 1 S7 . N I , STA ' '- N ' - 12 ,A C ' 'J-I ki. FC 1L1.h A SHATFD:,1 L J F Y A 5 .J h STAFF EDITOR Roald Tweet EDITOR john Ihebert ASSISTANT ADVISOR Ixxck A Klaassen CLUBS NILSIC ADXIIINISTRATION SFNIORS Arlene Stoesz, Elxzabeth Regler Lrla Penner, jack Redekop Martha TICSZCH, Marrlyn Klrewer Idxth Suderman, Vernon I'r1e9en Loxs Barrel, Lenore Pankratz llarns Iranz, P.-1uI Hayek Adelme ulnng, Illrvey loewcn Iorrame Menkm, Adella Ihck SPORTS FFATURI S ART I velyn 'loc-ws Frank Glerzak, janet Ixlnewer TYPISTS Nlargareta Hlldebrandt Sylvla Stahl BUSINESS NIANAQ I-RS NIenno Fast, Duane Falk, Bernice Lohrenz oyce Pngeman, ames unker, Helen Iohnson, R jungas EDITO -I Hlebert w ee! SECTION HEADS In Suderman,XI. Treszen, B. lohrenz, A QUII'II1g, F Toevus, I . Nlenken. L. Penner, K. Stoesz, XI. Fast, II Imnz. 29 ADVERTISING Llsten 1n fagun tomorrow to the thrllllng adn entures f Ilerculee Porrwxtle, and caseotrhg Pmk CJISPCIIUII I .4 ........... I. ' x '........ -1 4. 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' ff I, ' 1 I . 5 O , FIRST ROW E Rermer, E Regxer, A Stoesz, E Suderman, T Pan kratz, L Penner, L Menken, F Unruh, E Wergold, E Rrsberg, B Lohrenz SECOND ROW G Schmrdt, P Peters, R Menken, A Terch roew, D N1ckel,M Peterson, C Lohrenz, D Stoesz, C Wlsch, E Rams bacher THIRD ROW G Overvaag, D Stoesz, Schultz, A urrxng, A Oulrmg, R Schultz, B Larson, B Larson,C Wrens FIRST ROW D Homes, C Behrends, L Green, L Fast,H ohnso M jungas, G Green, B Harder, M Goodwm, L Fltzen, A Frxesen SECOND ROW J Karschnrk, M Harder, D Goossen, B jungas, D Goossen, B Hxebert, D Barrel, L Fxsk, I unker, N Balzer, Nl Fast L Fast, A Drck, M Hrldebrandr THIRD ROW V Buller, L Fxsk, Heppner, N Green, E Harder, A Fast L Duerksen, M Bolt, L Hende B Karschnlk, Fuller, H Buller, M Ewert, G Overvaag, Y French 30 TEDDY PAINKRATI pres rdent l'l l FIN JOHNSON vice presldent F55 yrs' FFA FIRST ROW D Ratzloff, F Quxrxng, R Frlesen, S Scholl, M Hale, L Wrebe, K Olson, D Rahn, C Ort, lx Frxesen, J Frlesen, B Nordby, D Dxck, D Penner, R Herde SFCOIND ROW H Mohlenbrock, IX Unruh, R Wrlson, J Scnultz, R Frlesen, K Verse, P Franz, E He1de,W Franz,M East-I Lohrenz,E Klaassen, G Bre1tbarth,M Qurrrng, T Hxebert, A Ponsch THIRD ROV: D Falk, E junlcer, A Nressen, J Harder, L Harder, D Harder, A Fast, D Baerg,H johnson, M Meyers, G Gohr, L Klassen, C Wellman, L Harder, C Lxnscherd, H Terchroew, F Brandt, Mr j H Tschetter FOURTH ROW R Porath, L Bartsch, E Duerksen, M Barrsch, D Porath, L Tscherrer, R junker, D N1ckel, H Menlcen, L Holmes, L Terchroew, V Freltag, R Hunsrad, H Karschnxk, V Frertag, E Drck LEARNING T0 D0 DOING T0 LEARN EARNING T0 LIVE LIVING T0 SERVE PARLIAMENTARY I-' ROCEDURE TEAM 1 Franz STANDING Fas: 31 BACK ROW G Gohr I Schultz, P Franz, Nerssen, j Lohrenz, FRONT ROW L Harder, Falk, E Herde, OG G.. A X ll 1 f Uwv FXR ROW Baud Epp, Gusiaison Sroesz nX-dex, xes en at enun, Khxassen SECOND RO en eX xebe, ranz W tanz, at x H Loewen ode man., 'A n., as! C at ex Xaassen., aw, unket, Hatde ede o ,XC 3 , Berg, M Fast, C ehgna , H Texchxov., L Nassen, Yasgs Schukz E Waikentxn Dorman, Berg, KOB51., W L Xasse Re XL Ra n, son, D 001920, Rempe , BuUet, NT esion, Ge: es, n X unker deko D RO ed, RO D Ya , ROW ue , CON Lxnscnx HW. nun , YXRST oevzen, nxxck NK Yes 5 Hdaassen, C atdex, Franz 'Y W eXXman, W arke Sc Duezksen, unket, L YW W Rza n Fvanzv N!-xeb 2 ' . 1- 3 x X p 1 'f I I, s , Q 0 ST 1 L. , G. G. , H. , E. B E. 'Y' z , Y.. W Xl ' B. . vu yn Q a,w.w' nf ,uf nu ae, O . ,Ls 1 xmaxw mv .'na,c,. ' q xc D-9 0.3 3. 1,51 up .Wu ' D. . .W n . ' ' . D, A. . , . ' . , I - , ,Jw Q5 ', .. , ' +2 X 5 e . L .L f , , X 2? 'X '. n, D. n n. ox . n. X Q L L. Ba x A. 5 X- X W - XX ' 1 A. L E Wg ,W PS. A L. -' G' ' , ' ' L.K W , -S 1 x A 25.3 1 xx , ' ' E. D " S.. x gf. C , " e. 'I AF Letterm en SLATFD LEFT TO RIGHT W Franz, I Redekopp, W Krahn, G Gohr, B Pope, Lohrenz, M Meyers, S Hotzler, G Harder L Loewen,P Hayek STAND IN L Wrebe, K Wlese, R Cove, A Baslnger, II Terch roew, Harder, D Falk R Stoesz, B Lohrenz, A SWCSL1 Franz, H Franz, A Peters, D Schroeder, Mr Munson Gopher Historians FIRST ROY! Miss Kettler, A Stoesz, L Menken, B jungas, M Treszen, L Pankratz, A Qurrmg SPCOND ROW J Hxebert, A Gerdes, D Hartel, G Gustafson, K Kllewer Tweet FIRST ROW Nd fungas, T Pankratz, A Stoesz, V Schmxdt, L Barrel, C Lohrenz, D Voth G Gustafson, D Gosen, D Vlckel, C Wxsch, D Fxsk SECOND ROW B Lohrenz D Stoesz, E Reuner, Goossen, Khewer, Engernan, R Menken, A urrrng, G Epp, E Pankratz, A Llllflng, G Epp, E Pankratz, A Quxrmg, B Brown, M Fast, D Gosen Mrss Bunge L Pankratz THIRD ROW A Regret, S Stall, B jungas, L , 1 M B ld L Hxebert D Stoesz bChU1fZ1E Ramsbacher, Heppner, D Barrel, Rempe o t, , , 'mv -49 V 4 T 3 I ' ' 9 . , . . . . 1 . ' , R. 'T' . . J. 'ey I' , I I I I I I I , K .G I - . . ' Q J. W y : . . . . - - - A. 'nk 1 , . ,l ' ' 1 ' if ' 'I 4:41. J. . , . - D. Rahn,. J. Ranrsbaeher, P. '- - 1 A 1 k...... 5 . . E A L It N X W I .: I , Q Q6 :if '- I I Z I , . - . . . ' 1. ' . ' . . : - . r , w. . J., n J. J. h U . . . Q . N .1 I J. . U J. , .' . ' . J. Karschnrk, AI Texchroew, N. Balzer, M. Khewer, 33 1" Cl U8 PM TU 'i RES qv' fn Z 54' Q14 QQ W xl!!! lwigw 0' -PC BAN D and performed on many occasxons Wrndom agam mvxted the band to march at therr Flax Day celebratlon The band also played at our Homecoming festrvltxes February 20 was hand nrght rn whrch the band and instrumental ensembles performed The pep band played for all pep meetrngs, and home football and basketball games The band also played an important part rn the basketball tourna ments, playrng at the drstrrct, regronal, and state tournaments Thxs year the band dld very excellent work at the drstnct, and t was the only band to recerve an A' ratxng In May the band agam appeared rn publlc at the sprmg concert Members of the band and the whole cornmunlry w1ll agree that we had a very outstandrng band thxs year This year, as usual, the band had nts share of varxous sundry char acters Who can ever forget the soothing musrc comlng from the saxo- Phone duet, Tanta Anna Loewen and 'Plast1c Reed 1ungas7 Ladres Ard meets every band day nn the second and thtrd clarmet sectxon This meetxng rs helped out on occaslon by certain of the thrrd comets CAll this IS much to the dxstress of Mr Runestad J There rs no future nn playmg bass vlol and ttmpanr, say two girls who mrssed the State Tournament band thrs year Edlth and Lrla are planmng to convert the bass vrol and the trmpant lntoa root beer stand thxs summer Another player whose musrc was out of thrs world was frrst trom bonxst, Kenny Wall However, due to hrs soft playxng, he was drowned out most of the tnme by Hot Lrps' Hrebert The greatest joy for Mr Runestad w1ll be the trme when every member ln the band wrll be able to count cut time Wlll that ever come true? 35 i ii Q , I I f' r ...Q 1. 'T' Z 76,4 , Under the direction of Mr. Runestad the band has again prepared for ' I Q 4. i . KI !, Y ' Y, ' ' I I1 ' Y ' . CHORU The chorus has agarn had an outstandrng year They have sung upon many occaslons and at several drfferent towns 'Never to be forgotten rs the trrp to li lavan, when the chorus sang Ole Ark s A Nfloverrng, the rrsers, whrch consrsted of planks lard oJer brrcks, actually d1d move, gxvrng a rather novel effect The chorus presented several concerts the Chrrstmas concert, all vocal concert, a sprrng concert, an all sacred concert rn the Gospel Mennonlte Lhurch, and an exchange concert rn Wrndom Hrgh School In addrtlon to these concerts, they performed a few numbers at the Teachers Conventron and Rotary Club Banquet Out of the favorrte numbers of the chorus was I Nlerrus Chrrstnn s Psalm '50 vvhlch was used as therr contest prece ln thrs number the chours often made use of the Prg Lvercrse The result, however vvasn t as grunly as the name sounds They 1lso enyoyed a modernrstrc number entrtled llodre, Cshrrstus natus est, rn sprte of the fact that they practrced so hard on one phrase that they could srng rt hackvva ds Of course no concert rs complete vsrthout a few Negro sprrrtuals Ole Mk s A 'vloverrng and Set Down Servant were the old stxndbys Other favorrtes of the chorus were llow I-arr the Church of Chrrst Shall Stand, Lost ru the Nrght, ant. Russran Prcnxc Befo e a concert, the chorus never could be qurte sure of bemg all there, for Ronnre Stoesz tnvarrablv farled to shovv up untll the last rmnute to the second Hass sectron, sometimes drstractrng them to the extent that a very sour chord was the result Colds were 1 very popul rr rtcm rn thc chorus, especrally when the soorauos had to smg solos The Boys Clu Club was ucceptxon trly goo' thrs year Th v vvcrc chosen as thc out stanorng hovs vocal group at thc contest T16 C111'lS Clie lub 3190 '-UK outstanding tlsrs vca often vher 'Nlr Runes a c me to therr rehearsal, he was crcetedvvrth the sentrmental stra1r's of H ot. are 'nv Sunshrne Small groups chosen from the cho us hrs year were grrls quartet, grrls octet, boys quartet, and the boys octet These ensembles ,erformed upon many occasrons throughout the year, not only at school tunctrons, but also at many otnercomrnunrty events Ihe vocal departmen made a record III tne musrc contest thrs ear of whrchthey were proud All of the vocal groups, lncludrng Small ensembles, recerved A ratmg at both the dtstrrct and stxte rt gron contests C, rt v 9 , ' M ' ' ' K , ' , ' - . 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Rlsberg, Nl Wexgold j Falk, D Hlldebrandt, B Harder, L Helcle, C Lohrenz, A Frxesen, L Buhler, Nl Fast, I Helde SFCOND ROW K Smlt, A Dxck, S Stall, C Janzen, R Hexde, I1 Pankratz, ll Fnesen, G Xhebe, Hxebert, E uxrlng, R D1ck, B Brown, F Loewens, A Loewens, R janzen, THIRD ROV L Fell, M Boldt, C Khens, R Rempel, D Nhlkxns, L Tschetter, D Ratz loff, L Holmes, S Scholl, C Wolf, Statlander, L Duerksen, Jensen, L lungas N1CkEl, E Klaassen, R Frlesen, D Nxclcel, D Stoesz, L Schultz, D Stoesz, S Buller 0 , I N - ' ix .1 J. ' ' . I A I ' H -. hl 1. ti . S .4 A .. . . B.. C. . . , . , v ': . ' -. I ' . ' . . J. - K . ': M. I I t, D: - l ' I y I-I - - - . I.. . . v A V f. iw ,Y . . W1 X M fu' t - .1 - ,A-T A' L - fl , 19" 53363 -'A .51 9 . r I... Q , ' ' , ss. 1 I x - ' - - U . . . ' J. . 1. . I . FOURTH RC"-Q: D. Bartel, M. Pankratztj. Schultz, Ii. Redekopp, l. Fuller, M. Bartsch, D. A Pwr 'W 5 14x C51 6 ONE ACT PLAY The One Act Play dlrected by Eugene Jacobson, recexved a supenor ratnng at the D1str1ct 7 Con test at jackson on March 28 1951 Thls enabled them to patmclpate 1n the Regxon II Contest at Wnndom on Aprll 5 At thxs contest the play was rated second of the four plays presented The Old Lady Shows Her Medals MRS DOWEY Helen johnson PRIVATF K DOWEY Alden Stoesz REV MRS MRS WILKINSON Gllbert Stoesz HAGGERTY Lenore Pankratz MICKLFHAM Marlon jungas ,,-- QP JN DECLAM WORK SEATED A Gerdes E Suderman, L Penne: R Menken, T Pankratz N1 jungas STANDING A Regxer, A Nzessen J Engeman R Tweet V Schmidt J Remple K Klxewer M Tleszen G Stoesz 41 '1 T . 1 l . ki I QQ A ' 2 , - ' Y, u v , s a u , . ,. . . MRS. TULLY . . . .. i. D. -..... . . Iatne Remple 4, A A f A Ha -' ' I -"1 ,- , .' is I : . I , . . , . I . , . . I . l : . . , . , - , . , . , . , - 1 'Q N sv sh, 'V Y kj r., gf ,,,,,m-.. ., SEATFD F Suderman M jungas M Tleszen J Remple T Pankratz H ohnson R Lohrenz A Stoesz L Bartel STANDINC K Wall S Hotzler A Cerdes R Tweet A Stoesz V Frlesen Nl Fast C' Stoesz SENIOR CLASS PLAY November I7 I95O Our Hearts Were Young And Gay STEWARD MRS SKINN ER The Cast CORNELLA OTIS SKINNER OTIS SKINNER EMILY KIMBROUGH PURSER STEWA RDESS DICK W INTERS ADMIRAL HARRIET ST JOHN WINIFRED BLAUGH L EO McEVOY INSP FCTOR TH FRESE MADAME ELISE Arthur Gerdes jane Remple Teddy Pankratz Roald Tweet Helen Johnson Stanley Hotzler Martha Txeszen Vernon Frlesen Xlenno Fast Lors Barrel Audrey Stoesz. Alden .ntoesz Marlon jungas Edlth Suderman Bernice Lohrenz MONSIIQUR DF LA CROIX Grlbert Stoesz WINDOW CLEAINFR Kenneth W ll inset I g .f"'- . A Z., "7 9 S, ,z Y Af' SFATFD I Kllewer B Karschnxk C Behrends, A Regxer, L Fisk S Stahl F Rexmer STANDIING P Franz D unker, L Loewen, L Weston, Basmger ,I Reclekop I Hlebert, Mr Jacobson JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Aprll 24 I95l George Washington Slept Here NIR KIMBFR NFIX TON FLI I FR ANNABFLLF FLLLFR MADGF FI Ll FR STI X F FLDRIDGF lxATlF MRS DOI GI AS C l AYTON IN ANS RI 'NIA I FSI II RAX NIONU LNCLF STANI I 'I TONINIH III CIIFS MISS VILCOY NIR PRESCOTT Jack Hlebert Leroy Loewen farolyn Behrencls janet Klxevser Pete Franz Sylvxa Stahl I leanor Reimer john Baslnger lols Flsk Alva Regler jack Redelcop Delano unker Betty lxarschmlc I eonard Weston il 43 0 J SENIOR CHEERLEADERS L PEP BAND P G Sr . TWIRLERS JUNIOR CHEERLEADERS C.O1, 44 Q Q fy -X ff 'Ng' -W Q. v "4 0 I if 0 I , 611 , ,fr 1' f, 'lf . 2 '4 1 ,glam 7 , ' f ,I I ' A - 'Zvi . I it ' ' ,I We 1 ' 4 I 'fl IV Q1 ' 5 'G Q ' 1 If f 4 , ,, fn' . L .f ,fl Url, an 01 1 , - . 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F Herrin il COND ROM Mr Munson L Weston Redekop, C Hlebert N1 Iaet Nh' Gettler Nh' Ixlaisen BSQUAD FROINT ROW R Sroesd K Vxese H Stxenhauser A Peters Ramsbacker D Rahn D ullkllli R ngas SICOIND ROV Mr Munson Mr Cettler, D Walters D Derksen M Hale D buckle R Schutz R Frlesen I Wlebe L RK 45 BASKETBALL The 1950 1951 basketball season proved to be very successful Durlng the regular season the team chalked up f1fteen VICIOIICS against tvuo losses Vlndom, once aga1n the stumbllng block, was respons1b1e for the two defeats The h15.ll12ht of the season was the flrst game of the DISIIICI Tourney 1n whlch we played 1X1ndom Smce they had defeated us twlce, they were highly favored to vun the 1-JISIIICI crown ll never, Munson s Men d1dn't l1sten to the predlctlons for they upset Vmdom 41 59 Nlaynard Meyers and FYWIH llelde teamed up w1th two qulck baskets 1n the closing seconds of the game to give us the vlctory The team went on to w1n the tourney by defeatlng Butterfreld 59 38 and jackson S2 33 In the Reglonal Tournament the Lakers drew llkorthxngton as the1r f1fSI opponent Both teams were v1ct1ms of the "litters and the game turned out to be a defensxxe contest The Lakers led most of the game and held a 28 23 margin when the flnal gun went off A snappy Sherburne team prov1ded the opposltlon 1n the f1nal game of the Reg1onal The Lakers defense and reboundxng ab1l1ty proved too much for Sherburne as the Lakers won 33 24 The team s f1rst opponent In the State Tournament was St Paul Monroe After havmg a sub- stant1al lead throughout most of the game the Lakers found the score deadlocked at 46 46 w1th one second rema1n1ng 1n the game Lee Loewen turned out to be the man of the hour as he calmly stepped up to the free throw llne and made the shot wh1ch won the game The next game pltted the Lakers agamst G1lbert now the heavy favorlte to wm the tournament The Lakers made a heroxc effort and once agam held a good Slzed margm durmg the game but th1s t1me ll couldn t be kept, as G11bert defeated the team 46 44 G1lbert's b1g B111 S1m1nov1tch was held to four free throws after racklng up 35 pomts the n1ght before agalnst Austln The sharpshootmg of the rest of the1r team enabled them to defeat the Lakers Th1s made lt the fourth t1me ln four State T0urneys that Mountam Lake has been el1m1nated from the competrtlon by the State Cnampmn The f1nal game that the Lakers played found them losmg to Braxnerd ln a hard fought contest Th1s gave the Lakers fourth place 1n the state Alden Stoesz was selected to be on the All State Team for h1s excellent vs wrk 1n t e three games Only three of the f1rst ten men are SCDIOIS, so we may look forward to an even better season next year BSQUAD The B team had a successful season v.1nn1ng 9 and loslng 7 It cons1sted of sophomores and freshmen who had llttle experxence but made up for ll wlth a terr1f1c Wlll to w1n Flve of the seven losses were of a marg1n of three or less po1nts Three games ln a row, jackson,Worth1ngton, and St james, were lost by one pomt and the Worthmgton and St ames games were lost 1n overt1me perlods ackson lk L Vlorthmgton St ames jackson P1pestone Vlmdom Slayton Lakef1eld Vkestbrook Luverne St james Butterfreld V estbrook Marshall Tracy 5 X1 lndom Xl 1ndom Butterfleld ack son RLGIONAL T01 RN! Y NX orth1ngton Sherburne STATF TOURNI Y St Paul Nlonroe G1lbert Brarnerd 'ff Q-ll X-T5 WML NNSQ 'QQKQYRKI '5"A.Nq,,::vNyJ A6 OPP M.L. 01212. 11.L. OPP. DISTRICT TOURNEY 63 ' 29 46 J 40 1. . 44 " 29 46 " ' 25 ,. 47 35 57 . J 43 - A 2,2 58 44 I2 55 5, J 33 45 58 50 ' 26 M 5 46 59 f 1' l 2 55 39 , - 59 ' 31 61 1 45 Q 62 . 1 1 N 55 ' A 39 4? . . 46 44 ' 46 51 ' 53 5 .1 4 J , f ' 5 ' Y' I . X in F NM-, K ' V JJ T .71 '11, 1. FOOTBALL X FRONT ROW K WICSB,-1 Lohrenz Ramsbacker W Krahn D Rahn A Basxnger MIDDLF ROW H Terchroew P Franz S Hotzler, P Hayek A Peters H Franz G Hlebert L Wrebe BACK ROW J Harder D Falk J Redekop M Meyers G Gohr A Stoesz B Pope G Harder R Stoesz Season s Record Even though xts record wasn't very good, the Mountarn Lake football team had a very rnterestrng season Due to a great number of mlurres the team was never at full strength In almost every game someone who was rnexperrenced had to go rn to frll an rmportant spot Those who had not had much experrence before drd very well Thrs means a more experrenced team and more depth for next year s team Chuck Stoesz was chosen All Conference End at the conference banquet whrch was held at Mountam Lake OPP OPP ackson Sleepy Eye Wmdom Sherburne Lakefxeld Springfield Slayton 8 nam! - dl ,J ERONT ROW K Kllewer H Enns, Ramsbacker A Peters D Derksen, R Fnesen R Gove MIDDLE ROW D Schroeder, L Loewen I Hlebert P Franz, Basxnger D Rahn, L Tschetter BACK ROW Mr Gettler I Redekop, G Goh: M Meyers J Lohrenz K Wlese Mr Munson TRACK The Mountam Lake track team consrstmg only of junrors, sophomores, and freshmen, came home wrth therr flrst Drstrzct Track Trophy smce 1939 Mountam Lake beat out Wmdom to take the t1tle The team gathered a total of 81M pomts m the meet, led by Loewen wrth 19 pomts, Gove s 10 and Meyers and Wrese s 8 pomts each The fxrst, second or thrrd wmners at the Drstrxct went on to the Regxonal Meet where they won Z pomts The team also partrcxpated m the Indxan Relays at Mankato, the Carleton Meet the Marshall Meet, and had a dual meet wrth St james Lee Loewen earned the torch for the team th1s year by wmnmg 55 pomts The other members scored as follows Wlese Meyers Gove Redekop . Rahn Tschetter . Gohr Derksen . Lohrenz . Franz Hiebert . Peters . Basinger 20 20 54 314 4 pomts pomts pomts pomts points points points points points points points points points FRONT ROW R Stoesz W Krahn P Hayek G Harder D Schroeder J Ramsbacker BACK ROW S llotzler I Basmger A Stoesz H Stxenhauser G Hxebert BASEBALL Havmg had a late start because of track Mountam Lake opened their 1951 baseball season wnth a vrctory over Lakefreld on May 23 The score was 7 0 Combmmg good prtchmg wxth trmely hrttmg the Lakers came through wlth flymg colors Mountam Lake outhrt Lakefreld frve to two but errors helped the Lakers to score Only three Lakefleld batters reached frrst base two of them rn the last mnmg Paul Hayek was the wmnmg prtcher On Memorxal Day Mountam Lake defeated Butterfreld ll 7 An frve error rxddled mnmgs The Lakers were scheduled to meet Comfrey rn tournament play on june 1 but Comfrey forferted the game They are scheduled to meet Westbrook on june 1951 The team roster rs catcher G Harder prtchers P Hayek Basmger Strenhauser 1st base A Stoesz P Hayek 2nd base D Schroeder 5rd base Krahn L Loewen shortstop -I Ramsbacher outfxeld R Stoesz G Hnebert Peters L Loewen K Wnese D Rahn 51 mm '18 QM21 wry, -nf ,gf 1?-Ei! fv- Pnhis , 1 u -..- --1- "Writ,-" , r.: wal., 2- - X ig,'r.1'I - 'Nu' ii l 177 V X l in-"' ,,,..-01" ,.....--"S"-1 fm .4 x-"vw nfh fig? 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