Murray High School - Pilot Yearbook (St Paul, MN)

 - Class of 1952

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'J oreworcl ,Fi New EM 'S X XY X lx .21 W E c fll a new annual staff IS confronted with the task of commemorating the school year In picture and prose Sometimes this IS comparatively simple when the background of events IS normal and when llfe IS secure This year as Its students face a future filled with uncertainty Murray High School has attempted to provide a program of wide and diversified Interests In order to help all to meet the challenge of the tlmes Life here IS full of rlch and varied experiences that reach their highest attainment In services to our fellow students The pages of this book reflect the splrlt of frlendllness and good will that charac terlzes our school For all at Murray Its a wonderful lute where everyone learns to appreciate the heritage ofthe past to enloy the trlumphs and glories of the hour and to llve as American youths trained In the ways of d ocratlc thinking G1 M he staff hopes that In The Pilot of 1952 readers wull find the 'P Qt' 5, Q sentatlon ofthe year s history under the banner It s a Wonderful aj 3 Q' 1 e yi . nd, 5 nlLllJQNllvlf1l'4i? is sr A f uf 'W f'X T aff, ,' I, fi' wk- ,,u,L-ff . 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SFO cc onclc-:r ul fi L L eclcccctcolfuj fate Here they are the gentlemen of the hour 5 to whom the Pllot staff dedlcates this book Mr 'Xlexander Heron and Mr Albert Sandberg advisers ot the Sensor Class Whenever there are notes floating In the alr Mr Heron IS always found nearby As the dlrector of the Murray band he leads Its members In clever maneuvers and darmg mterpretatlons Furst In the Umted States to present a hsgh school band on skates Mr Heron has brought fame and national recogmtlon to Murrays musical orgamzatlon and to himself He can always be found with a lolly good crowd ready to help young people engoy fine entertamment Mr Sandberg keeps has partner an adviser MQ nhmp close company as he too has keen Interest an fs? IS hugh school students Whlle Mr Heron has had the band on skates Mr Sandberg has had his hockey teams take clty and regional champlonshlps and has had them In State Tournaments vs a golf club Both men are veterans of World War II Mr Heron served as band director on the Alrcraft Carriers Bunker Hull and Bataan and Mr Sandberg was a lneutenant un Uncle Sam s Army Amr Corps We wish to express our appreclatlon for the excellent guldance and leadership they have rendered to the Senior Class It IS wrth pride and pleasure that we dedicate the 1952 Pllot to our esteemable ad vnsers Mr Alexander Heron and Mr Albert Sandberg 9 llwil O O J' 35 I . ' - X rx g . ' . .' S , 19 . . ' ' 7 u 1 If there is anything Mr. Sandberg loves more than a hockey stick, it W limi I 3 rf N . '. . If A ", 'J I R+ Rf' W1'?,,, -WA- Mamsfays of Murray and the prlde of the sensors Mr Alberf Sandberg seated, and Mr Alexander Heron, standmg ai- 119' X ontento .j..3.:,,., , .... V ,T .,.. ,, .,,,w-HHH. . . , , .,,.,, ,. 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St. Paulfs three assistant superintendents are in- terviewed by Murray business students. Everyone seems to be enjoying the discussion. Lett to right are Mary Ann Preston, Dr. Nolan Kearney, Mr. l-larolcl Aniland, Mr. Vifilliant Dayini, and Gayle Vasterling. S O Page ten Hero senior social science students participate in a radio broadcast supervised by Max Karl ot VVTCN. Debating the subiect, "Is the United Nations Suc- cesstul?", are Marcia Halversen, Harold Olsen, Paul Seaburg, Max Karl, and Mary Ann Preston. Proud indeed are Murrayites of the trophy cases near the main entrance ot the building. They are gifts ot the seniors of 1949, Akira Shiozalci, well- lcnown Murray athlete, shows some of the trophies to Mr. Sam Hamilton, new assistant principal. MURRAY HIGH SCHOOL class of 1952 honor roll Honor rolls represent the accomplrshment ot rr drvrdual scho lastrc attarnment durrng ones hugh school years It rs rnterestrng to note that II1 such an honor roll many students have achreved tar more than standardrzed tests have rndrcated It rs tor tlwrs reason that I teel an honor roll should be pub lrshed thrs ycar Our new report cards rn St Paul place em phasrs on the personalrty ot the rndrvrdual hrs crtrzenshrp and socral progress as well as scholastrc attarnment For thus reason the l952 honor roll wrll be the last ot the tradrtronal type I congratulate tne members ot the IQSQ class who have averages themselves represent not only abrlrty but rn all cases drlrgent applrcatron to school work My very best washes to all members ot the graduatrng class HONOR Marcra Lrllran I-Ialvorsen Phrlrp Gould Snyder Pamela Joan Haas Carol Joy Lrndsay Paul Allen Seaburg Dorleen Rae Clemmons John Jerome Kreuthmerer I-Iarold Anker Olsen Dorrs Mae Sternle Rrta Zrer Pedersen Susan Drane Clarke Joan Harrrett Otto Rrta Marne Zeclq Patrrcra Ann VVoolery Joan Vkfagner Wrrrter ROLL 1951 52 Franz Albert Koeneke Edward Eugene Anderson Patrrcra Elarne Palarrne Mary Ann Theresa Gruber Mary Lourse Johnsor Donna Chrrstrne Pedersen Dolores Massre Janet Ruth Wrttgrat Donna Mae Thompson Lourse Estelle Hammer Lors Ann Moses Jean Catherrne Wrnter Gunta Rosentals Mules Howard Locketz Betty Ann Rosenaurst Emp attained good averages during their time at Murray. The ' 0 1 the student council runs the "merry- ' go-round" of drives As The school's over-all organization, The Siudent Council is always alerfed for service. This year was no exception as The group headed by Roland Carlson, and under The cornpetenr guidance ol Mrs. Rufh Eddy, presented To The board The year's sioganff--"Democratic procedures make BeTTer CiTizens." llinformation Pleaseu Taking over for an hour at The Telephone desk are Faye Morgan and Joan Huwe. Each hour S. C. members have charge of Telephone permits. WiTh This as a foundation stone The board's committees seT The year's plans. One of The TirsT proiects included The preparation of The school calendar under The direc- Tion of Carol Lindsay and Nancy STeiner. While This appeared To many as an early Tall proiecf, The Council realized that work was unending. Whenever an organizaTion requested a change, The calendar committee had To give iTs consenf, A new responsibiliTy This year was given The STudenT Council when The school entertained business men on E. E. E. Day. S. C. nwernbers acted as hosTs and guides. Community drives handled by The Studenf Council gave Murray sTudenTs an opporTuniTy To be civic-minded. intelligent and conscientious leadership is ,re Sine., Cm... BOC!fdlS .....,O..ii,r.i,,. The ...W makers are, left To right-Jane Vik, GilberT Larson, Carol Lindsay, vice president, Gordon Tripp, Jean Gallagher, Marilyn Fenske, James Bailey, Treasurer. Sfancirg-Jean Winter, Doris Steinle, secretary, Dan Ullyot, Nancy Steiner, John Sampson, Jack Veiman, Roland Carl- son, president. , Give, , . Page Twelve assemblies, clvlc responslbllltles, and school Improvements The greater St Paul Comrnunrty Chest C ntrrbutrons from ryrurrcy were presentr d to the crty by Roland Carlson at a sctool luncheon helfl at the Athtetrc Cldb Student a so rrsponded most get crously to the Chrrstmas Seal Drrve I P I 1 P t democracy means h Ipmg the rm me GSS CM C Tall X' C WUT' TK' reclplems fortunate Promotmg the sale of Chrrstmas seals are John Murrays generosrty tollowrng the Councrls sponsorrng of somsson and Manryn Fengke and a member of the coachrng statt endeared nrmselt rn the role ot Santa Claus as the room representatryes marched wrth therr toys to the Stu lent Councrl Chrrstmas Tree No one ot Nfturray Null torget the Councrls real March of Drmes assembly when M Fred Vant Hull ot KSTP relryed on the stage hrs past experrences ot that dreaded drsease polro S160 OO was contrrbuted by the students Sprrngtrnre vvrll brrng the annual 5 C banquet where old and new boards vvrll meet The Murray or an r7atron rs a member of botl the Natronal and State Assocratrons ot Student Councrls ll wonders Dorrs Sterrle rtght as Roland Carlson presr dent shows a new record player to Mr Howard Hall E E E Day vrsrt is Paqe thrrteen . . I Q . . Q . . f.,A if T . T' M N " "1 , -f 3 ' A "' ' , . l ' 2 , ' . s l ,A A Q 2 9 o , H Q , Ho ' ' '1 rn Ct. 1ul fe 1 ' ' of ,, - V the "Trde of Toys." Mr, Robert Ritter, biology instructor I V- , ., A ,, , . ,,,i. fl V. . H . Q. Y ,I in A lx J l K . I Q E Il ' , . , an . . . ' 'or. I l . , A gurls league belreves "it a wonderful lrle Enter all gurls grodes nune through twelve' Gurls League us the schools only orgcunuzotuouu that guyes every hugh school muss on opportuuuuty to partucupote un a club octrvuty The purpo e ot uts tounctung was to brung together gurls uuu the common bonds ot tellowshup and servuce As Grrls League celeb ated uts fourteenth burthcluuy Februrary Mary Ann Gruber presuclent uevuewed uhf ganuzotuon s hustory wore bubs and enuoyed eotung delucuous lollu pop The new members un turn presented ct talent show Muss Oloclys Rose new advuser thus year was ntrorlucecl Another meeturug of the yecur thot pro ral popular wus ru 'Q Page fourteen style show at whuch tume gurls hom Mrs Leona Hcuuusons sewurug classes acted us models Thus program was guven through the, courtesy ot the Sumplucuty Pottern Company Wuuuter Woruderlcruucl was the therue tor o delughtful rustmos program thcut uuuclucle l s ru Swutzru o c Sophomoues took the spotluglut uuu February when the two Leagues combuned to nucrlv utcruy o h onnuol Vcrlentune Hobrough and Delores Eruclcson Not too for away us tl e League s annual Mother Dough ter Party when senuou gurls ond theur mothers are guests o the rumors Mm m good' agree Horruet Roe Judy Podd and Mary Ann Gruber as Muss Gladys Rose serves the cake The organ: zutu 1 celebrated nts fourteenth burthday a each g rl receuved a puece of e cake The years programs have been vauued and entertaunung Thus was one of the mary programs planned by the board and faculty odvuser gurls league board Left to rught Mory Ann Gru ber presudent Karen Matt son treasurer Jean Gallo gher secretary Jane Buorn sla vuce presrclent a Palarune program chaurman Callung speakers securung movres, talurg munutes keep rng the budget, and presud ung over the meelungs are the robs that these gurls do so wullrngly and success fully O ' C S ' ll . , . .... W V2 i I . 4 I E . l - S ' ' ' ' ' 11 4 rf 'N - A V ' J - Ch' ' ' ' ' H1 cu llluuu ol mouuutcuiuu .ldirug "' r ' 'N A' ' iru i " vl nl. , ' ' ', ' ' , ' ' ' 2 or- - V, U A ' g, - s -, ' ' ' ' r ' Q uh ' t f uf u ' The hrst meeting was cr welcome to all freshmen who Dance, Reigning os King and Queen of l-leorts were Phil ' I ' ' A ' - ' ww al u ', , - V , 3 V 3 . A ,A x. ' . V1 A 2 , ' v? ' ' f ' l . nd I ' ' th u. -' ' ' ' I fi fl im' '- n l s - I XM A I - ' "' , L .0 ' , : - gl, , 2 ' - d, ' ' 7 Pt Whule Gurls League uthe edutors dare to wrute the tutle on thus page has been establushed ever sunce Murray became a senuor hugh school Boys League us a comparatuvely young organuzatuon Thus year s presudent Jerry Barnes uuuauntauns that ut shall stay that way forever young Therefore Boys League made nothung ot uts burthday as dud Gurls League The boys gatherung for meetungs un the audutoruum ugnored the taur sex andrproceeded to enuoy respute from the rugors of school On the more seruous sude the Boys League Board made ut a rule to co operate wvuth Q er organuzatuons un maun whule boys league captures the spmt taunung a truendly atmosphere at Murray and un makung boys cutuzenshup conscuous A mud wunter prouect that us by way of becomung tradu tuonal was the Valentune Dance sponsored by both Boys and Gurls Leagues Thus event whule a socual hughlught of the year also helped the boys un the munor matter ot tlnances In early sprung Boys League members were hosts at a Dads and Lads dunner at whuch tame all varsuty team mem bers of dutterent sports were honored Advuser was Mr Clunton Boo 'TLGQQMN -'FF-" TA :W ll' 4' z A 'J-Q Jr? XXX tj d2::""J.':.,1- X .---,.lzUias.-R' I -T 0 '3 we love to do dashes .gif boys league board Tl-uunkung of the Dads and Lads banquet an oll male dinner are the Boys League Board members left to rught Nathanuel Aus fresh man representatuve Guy Grove secretarytreasurer Rodney Mognu son vuce presudent Jerry Barnes presudent Ronald Nelson lunuor representatuve George Corby sen uor represertatuve Charles Mnssue sophomore representatuve Page fifteen ' I l Q L u be iv . uf yu X u A! x L l f .XV ivy X Xl' Ulf X . 5 lxvtk ,. ,.x, ,gjiglf- sQ?:':y,: 4465 , , V , , . I -I ., l vf uf 1 Q1 .. QP A " ' " 't 'T' s ' C u ' ' TTA, 73'?eul:-if u,u' , ' , X' V L' , r .I 6 151' T rf- .,..I.:fv,f , f f T x , xv x, i1'.,L- 07 .,q ff .:-i- f 'A xv - ' fb 1' , f- fy E: - H v Q5 ! V . I N 4 , I I Q U Q 5 .5 1 I . L. vlj. 4-Je. - . X ' . ,j ,A h. , .. .wo D M . X' 'I -- il'?t'Ki1i'f,g..i4g.- A. , , . fu ,--'tr'-Mr. ' 'H' .Q ,, S " I-27FTJ:g--.-Ib. y... ,, ., .. Un ZVMFIT. 4 I-. ,g,.-in 11.7.7 K. nm Av n A A -,f.q,, 3 U I . J - I ' I ' .7 - I I . 'Tl ' ' - : - nb - F U T the murray band leads off with a rollicking tune. "A" Band Row 1-Bernice Fortmeyer, Jim Sabin, Lorene Thompson, Janet Gevorkiantz, Charles Brookins, Jean Gallagher, Peter Christenson, Fay Morgen, Pam Haas, Karl Vfalstrom, Lois Thomas, Carol Parslow 5 Barbara Bluebaugh, DuWayne Moberg, Charles Kemble, Margaret Lovegreen, Bar- bara Behrends, Jean Gavin, Jeanette Bluebaugh, Anne Vik, John Schweitzer, Marilyn Fenske, Geraldine Gagnon, Eleanor Roch, Mary Ann Kuettner, Barbara Erdes 5 Joan Huwe, Bernell Richardson, Alice Hutchinson, Judy Ackerman, Mike Mickelson, Margie Healy, Rita Pedersen, Guy Grove, Norm Johnson, Bob Johnson, Eldora Cooper 5 Karen Rasmussen, Shirley Anderson, Jean McCurdy, Ruth Zaspel, Charlotte Quinn, Helen Miller, Jim Niessen, Larry Rolph, Donald Sorensen, Nancy Freeman, Carolyn Schmidt 5 Wayne Barnes, Bob Barnes, Warren Arndt, Juleen Sampson, Marilyn Nelson, Pat Dynan, Paul Berge, William Rilling, Gene Scharenbroich, Merle Potter 5 Vernon Pearson, Tom Larson, Richard Olmen, Richard Anderson, Bob Faini, Leo Lundgren, Charles Eide, Jack Sorteberg, Dick Slind. "The drums went bang and the cymbals clanged and the horns, they blazed away," paraphrasirig the well- known song as Murray's band began another fun-filled year. The fall schedule was closely packed with events, but the band managed to find time to prepare a concert. They gave the first recital concert of the year at Rice Park on November twenty-fourth. Soon after, the members of the French horn section at- tended a musical clinic. This clinic, which specialized in French horns, was sponsored by our own Murray High School band. Four other schools, Columbia Heights, North St. Paul, Monroe, Washington, and Murray bands gathered to- gether for the All-Star concerts. The concerts included both classical and modern music. All the conductors worked Page sixteen together, each one conducting one or two selections. Stepping out lively, the spirited group performed at all Murray's football games. Their half-time maneuvers not only delighted the fans, they were wonderful experience for the climatic appearance in the University of Minnesota's stadium. Their stirring music and well-timed formations provided a colorful treat for all who attended Murray's playing in the Twin City Championship game. Rochester was host to the renowned Murray skating Unit early in November, and they started the silver-blades sea- son off in fine style. Figure solo skaters Bernice Fortmeyer, Carol Parslow, and Karlene Boyd gave the performance a touch of grace and skill as they performed intricate rou- tines on skates, The games with Harding, Humboldt, and Johnson, an appearance at the St, Paul Saints-Rochester tilt, and the t make thus a wonderful lufe State Hockey Tournament Playoffs really kept the crew busy The band s performances proved that they de erved the acclaim that they have received un newspapers and magazines as well as un musucal circles The basketball season councuded with hockey and as they did not want to show any partualuty the band ap peared at many of the basketball games to add sparkling melody to the proceedungs Frequent pep assemblies for all the sports during the year wee favored by the students To help push the thc re of pep the band provuded marches with sturrung passages Always on call fou these assemblies the band turned un many a performance on short notice and they always had Colors Are Flying down pat Several Parent Teacher Associations both grade school and Murray were hosts to the harmonious company January twenty hfth found the band members on hand transportation s no problem nor Lorene Thompson Chuck Eude and Duck Slund have fun un thus busu ness of skating and playing Ducks drum attests to over enthusuasm to welcome the out of town speed skaters Thus was their only appearance un connectuon with the annual St Paul Vtfunter Carnival A merry affair was the banquet guven March twenty eughth when the band celebrated its successful year Several held trups were also made by the band All the members traveled to St Cloud twuce to entertaun at the Veterans Admunustration Ho putal The B P O E re quested and sponsored these trups The bands sprung concert the highlight of the years work included un its repertoure a great varuety of song Comedy marches classical and popular arrangements were all represented un this recital to Guttersen school as a hnal memory of a wonderful e us musuc on skates Note the apprecuatuve expressions on the faces of Mr Alexander Heron Ruta Pedersen and Jum Sabun as they gratefully transport their un truments vua Mr Heron s trauler I C' Page seventeen O ' Il ' ll " ' " . Memorial Day will provide an opportunity for a "walk" u , ' . lif Q I I O f ' W 4 T if T ,- l? canteen keeps everyone busy nrq Ullklf L, ITC Q L O rc' clyO : Teen l d Thrs year wr 1 e annuc C, TAccuarnTed Dcnce The rrs elm of schoor Thrs vc or r v c oc renew acquarnmnces and neeT new sTucenT C s or r s lnlallowun par y Qrycr my TT ST AnTro Park POST No 34 of Tle Arnerrcan Legron The eyenT proved ry por rlar as pop and dou T nuTs were serrpc Tre The adnrrssron was ree Too The Arnerrcan Learon also presented The C nfeen hoard a grTT of Txelfe records or Therr use The grrls asked boys and pard The hrll CT The Sadre T-lawkrns Day Dance rn November TIS Trnre everyone urned ouT rn CosTunres sTrrCTly Tronr DoQpaTch Modern and square dancrng Tools place and boTh couple and rn nrdual prrzes wee presenTef Thrs a an dr played The rngencr Ty oT THOSE who aTTended The proceeds w nT To The lun or class cccrhon To The rec r Canmc n nrc s 'v S' Pure r-rqhle n mformallty and frnendlmess are The mgfedrenfs for Fr-dey nrghf lun aT Canteen Whether rt be slepprng rn Trme To current popular Tunes played on The rulce box or lersurely conversrng over a coke everyone enroys wholesome socral enlerfarnmnt There were specral nrghTs seT asrde To The seventh erghth and nrnfh grades Thrs polrcy gave The younger sTudenTs an opporTunrTy To know each oTTfer beTTer and To have socral acTryrTy also fanTeen rs opercved by a board conrprrsed of sTudenTs from The lunror class wrTh Mr RoberT Schanke and Mr Howard HaThaway as Tacuhy advrsers A well plarned socral program rs an rmportani and wonderful par? f school lrfe say members of The Canleen Board Furs? row Jean Gallo gher Jerry McCarl J Ann Meloy Elarne Mo es ' Pefe Bonnrng Bob Ardrews Janet Cook Tony Andersen Clarre O Nerll Charles Hughes Gordon Trapp IT's lnTo The swing of life on Friday 'K hTs aT M " X when The Canben CornrniTTee : rlcvs icci rl life pls-crsarn 5 r' 'ive n 2. Can wa an early sTcrrT ' . 'Tl The :l le - r ' 'r A H Tn' T we ' l. ' r' as T ' rev rncl ll To A ' I um . ur T S- f'TrT lc ' T'eaTs" wa fr'a'auerrTly heard aT The if ' TT A er l le . T ny " 'reef Jr ', ' gl- ' fnfl I ee. : I ' .T , a ' '. 'rf 'T ' T K . . . 1 T . - A. ' V I ' U Tl' ' 4 T ' ' A d' f' A e ru ,l, ' FT " , I ' ' ' I E . ' r ir ' ,. . ' ' In r l l' A , -Jule' H3 'JhT,, ' . Q-I " r ' Aa 1 0 . - 7 T l ' I is if I s T X A ' - . 5 l 0. T 0 ' ' -"ws 1' . 5. N ' . J I o v I M, I - , . , quill and scroll upholds tradmons re than once tt 1 ol tl e o f thfy loluorecl ov r W leodllnf es trtcky poge plums O hurlges thot unfollu gly followed the low of 1 I ltng :etu vtewr o J chnos t e 1 ged evvbpcx, Q Q chez u 0 pub :cnt 11, u Q ond JT A ond ot course o Tle Jvoup conttneu o my fe mol t Ol up lor ceq cle lx wus purclwcmc Jctrtmg l m o lom Qton uno tl e o nety chow o lnoy os oreftdent A vm LLVWQ Took The SCNIOGS Thlough mcefmg With Here the undnspensable duo Walter Peters and Dove Chrlstopherson notch U md W O mm is Wm Murroyb oce photographers get o dose ol thenr own medncune tending to lDUSlIWCSS mlyumng wtth the Ltlavu y C U ttf gro Sponored lvlurroys Annual T lent Show W eofly Februory Everyone forgot crhout char mc group held Vs mtdwmnter banquet on Feoruory twenty tr te counts ond flush left hecxcls to tlncl pro 5 where every one ogreed 'hot ut vvos o wonderful lute ntcnoge lughtnng sell ttclcet cmd to entoy e A beoutttul unuttotuon wos held IH the so mg ot the St Antwor y extrovogonzo As o flttmg end to such work Dork L.1thercmChurch Socrol rooms whats ca lournollsts holiday? l l A leelnng of comradeshxp as notnceable an members of the lournallsm staff who belong to Qunll and Scroll Everyone trueg to lnve up o the :deals of truth umtnotnve, enlightenment fruendshrp, opportunnty, leadershnp ard loyalty lst row Jerry McCorl, Alvun Lewus Jon Wutt Qrof, Dolores Massue, Loss Lehman Mary Johnson ' Mary Vlk Carol Dunohey Donno Pedersen Suzanne Orbke Marcua Podd Karen Mott son, Sue Proshelx Trudy Norton Louuse Hammer, Loretta Tesch 9 Bob Beard, Harold Olsen, John Kreuthmeuer, Poul Seoburg, Phul Snyder, Ron Saunders Page nrneteen . 4 C . l Mo' lo ecrilar-s qoostlonflfl the Qlo y ll F0 :th Estcxtar 412 : 'A e ne te ' 3 styl , " ., nd T . .O dir 'init' ' ms. Ho Auf, out l thc: xffmninc c het' em :r . n- 'J 1:1 on C, ,l l,, ' l' 'y for Tl 2 lb ilclln l, , ., ' this ho k, w Q' I 'el t i yrot. o the you len ro tt, This yum ct new lon , the 'y y 'LS 5 of l. Det ' ' ro Cl troclition l J , cl- N ' J, 1 S cl do Q , , I ' Y" clist f so t lt thot cor 'ttvs fe l V H ' Co ' ' ' ' ' 1 l la l: ' up . 5 1 ' ' ' o ir ' '. V.A 'cf the'1 U - '4' -fer .I N ' p, 'f 1 A ' t ' ' ' . , . . I , . E S, 1 W . . .. . 1 . X V. I I P W ' . Q ' f O lrbrary club combrnes servrce wrth frrendshrp Lrl rary Club made the announce mont Open for busrness a ter dexterous club members spent two strenuous weeks preparrng for effT crent and convenrent runnrng of the s bool s attractrve lrbrary ready to assume the day S buslness me Library Club Board A formal rnrtuatron welcomed members Robert Beard first vrce presrdent Rrta Pedersen second vrce presrdent Phrl 'T9W TTTGVTTJUSVS before they C1SSUVT1ECl Snyder sergeant at arms Carol Lrndsav presrdent Jrm Barley correspondrng secretary their new positions 'junior Chglf Douglas Currence treasurer Glenna Loney secretary Pat Woolery program charr men hegded the VOHOUS Committees grvrng members responsrbrlrtres and dutres to fulfill Sensor staff workers extended a wrllrng hand to those who came to enroy and profTt by the opportunrtres offered for enrrched learnrng The every day performance was under the drrectron of Mass Marron Gratz lrbrarran Books are Treasures rergned throughout the school for even davs at which trrne classes were rnvrted to observe the exhrbrt of new books burlt around the selected theme and to vote for therr favorrtes The closrng event was a tea to whrch faculty and parents of Lrbrary Club members were rnvrted Revrews of current outstandrng lrterature were grven Pam Haas Marre Strer-glrs Joan Otto Jean Olexa Marrlyn Fenske Rrta Zeck Jan Wrttgraf Jean Wrnter 9 Barbara Roufs Eleanor Roch Jane Brornstad Sharon Gemmrll Ruta Pedersen Nancy Freeman Dolores Massre Jean Strobush 9 Douglas Currence Bob Barnes Larry Hrlderbrand Donna Trovatten Dale Wegner Rrck Arny Roald Haugcn Roland Carlson Peter Banmng 9 Jack Sorteberg Tony Andersen Ron Saunders Phrlrp Snyder Franz Koenelre Paul Seaburg Jrm Barley George Cook Page twenty v O - O I 1 . 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' . . . 1 I 1 F 1 I .1 I 1 I . - 1 I 1 7 1 ' ' ' 11100. . . . . . . . , , . ,, ,, , C I. . . . 1 r 1 - , 1 V 1 1 1 r 1 1 , 1 1 r 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 r r r f 1 r 1 - clipping and collecting Jack Smith and Susan Wilcox are proud of Murray's fine record In the Held of campetutuve othletlcs They take a gerume mterest In keep :ng an accura e record In the sports book Carrying on Important business transactions are Bob Barnes and Pete Banmng cochamrmen of the fines committee Charles Kumble as dubnous as to whether he can part wnth that much morey The art ot salesmanshup was expel: enced through a IOINT sale of Christmas cards and gifts with the lOUFlWCllIStU de partrnent Agaln the IOUVDC1lISlT1 department lolned hands wlth Llbrory Club IH pre sentlng a talent show enturely orlgtnated by Murray students The show portrayed the American scene In a varaety ot clever and entertaining acts Always strnvlng to make the library a more enloyable and pleasant place for everyone L C members unanlmously agreed upon the acqunsutnon ot a new round table tor the purpose ot dlsplaytng the latest books IIT all Helds and Interests VV1th the coming ot sprung the annual pm banquet culmrnated the years ac tlvltles Ruth Ann lmmer JoArn Meloy Shurley Cowme Mlchael Holdaway Duane Yourg Pat Woolery Joan Winter 9 llndsay ' Dan Hull Bob Wall Gordon Tripp .lack Smuth Harold A Olsen Duane Brnrkman Gordon Prnclcett 9 Judson Harmon Phll Gronovslry Bob Beard Alvnn Lewls Bull Muller Duck Sllnd Bob Andrews Dan Ullyot an Page twenty one ' . . L. . . . H - ff 4 - , . . I . . , 'I ' I I ' I . I - ' I I . Susan Clarke, Donna Pedersen, Helen Miller, Meta Wood, Susan Wilcox, Nancy Wallgren, Glenna Laney, Carol I I 1 f I f l r - 1 D- I ' I I I . l I . I I l . V I ' 1 A I f '5 Z' T. f l' 4 z F 9. ff r , I If , 7 i 4 N . . 5 . I . . il 9 - A, t 'f' x ' -' ' homecoming- it's o magic word to beautiful girls Seven doys ot octivity, tension, ond suspense-this spelled homecoming in l95l. Four pretty seniors were chosen os queen ccindidotes. They ore, left to right: Corol Dunohey, Morcio Podd, Corol Lindsoy, ond Mory Ann Gruber, Pictured below ore the diligent ccimpoign monogers: Roy Tutt, Poul Seoburg, .lerry Bc1rnes,qnd Dovid Hoyes. Sleepless nights, committee meetings, cmd humor- ous skits comprised the most importont week of the 3.mnn.!""' , . tootboll secison. Contributing their prize posters ore Peter Christenson, Russ Mcittson, Lorry Hilclerbrond, ond Gene Schorenbroick. Fecitured during homecoming wos ci porode of floots portroying colorful coming qttroctions. Crepe popei' streomers ond sign boords designoting the queen ot its choice were cm port of every cor. The climox come cis the conclidotes mczrched down the ciisle to the mojestic Pomp and Circumstonce. Seconds loter, Miss Audrey Sheon, l95l Queen of Snows, crowned Mory Ann Gruber queen who reigned over the trciditionol homecoming donce ot- tended by both students ond cilumni. Bringing the exciting vveelc to ci perfect completion, the Murroy Pilots won ci decisive victory over Monroe 26-O. 3 -cz 6' 1.1 today s educahon IS where you lmd It assembly or baseball park planes Seventh grade students Joel Kerlan Kath erxne LIndIg Sally Burnham proudly exhIbIt theIr hobbues Throughout the year the showcase IS used by varIous classes and organIzatIons to dIsplay achlevement or phases of school actIvIty I Money wlsely Invested Murray students donated generously to the annual CommunIty Chest drtve dlrectly tol lowmg an assembly at whIch a renew was gIven ot the IITTDOITCIHT responsIbIlItIes at thIs vItal OFQCIITIZC1 lIOI'l and how areatly contrIbutIons were apprecIated O May we have your autograph? As a reward for sellIng subscrIptIons Douglas VVIellce and Graham Johnson won a trIp to ChIcago awarded by the MInneapolIs Star and TrIbune They are pIctured here wIth Ralph Baker of the ChIcago WhIte Sox at Iect ot vltal Importance to everyone M W L Stemmann from the UnIversIty at MInnesota hghtened students as to the basIc prIncIples of thIs Important SCISUCS Among other demonstratIons Mr Stemmann confirmed the use of the Instrument whIch he holds IH flndlng rad o actIve substances ASSISTIHQ hIm are Fred Lsndholm Arthur Allen and Bull Carlson luotwcy xx. xx , X , 1 ' ss ' - I 0 0 ' ' V ' . . 4 U . . . Everything from story book dolls to model air- Comiskey Park, Chicago O Atomic energy-a sub- M , - ' ' ' - r. . . . . . f t . . . . . . . f en- ,rg nt I-tlIIr-1: a carolrng goes th Murray Octet Blendrng therr vorces rn the beautrful meloclres ot the Yuletrde season are members of the octet Pam Haas Pat Palarrne Joanne Murlc Dorrs Sternle Judd Harmon Douglas Phrllrps Franz Koenelxe and Drck Slrnd This group became well known throughout the crty as rt sang before mary crvrc and professronal groups harmony makes for wonderful lrte Ha rr ony was the lcey word to a Vxlondertul Lrte as the antrcrpatron ol a new year hlcct r Chorr The Qt Paul Chrrstnras Pageant coupled wrth orng at U D ot u rered rn e holrday season More nrelodrous nrusrc was pre ented at the PTA and the tradrtronal Chrrst rnas assembly One delrghttul rendrtron ot Thr Nrght Betore Chrrsrnros by the octet pleased tle crudrence The beloved carols sung as the Chor vvallse l through the halls added the hnal touch to the sprrrt ol good wrll r evrsror er ornrances were no onger cn rr oft er the rrrrtral aopearance ol Morra cr r on VVTC January tvrenty tour 1 Raclro was the next scene as the accornplrshed nrusr Crarrs lb oadrast on statron WCCC lr ghlrghts of the ye rr for everyone Bold and llc sh U all cnoyed thrs day Chorr rnenrbers perlorrnec Corrolyn Shepherd Garv Rerchow Trudy Norton Rrchorcl Freld Pam Haas Ronnre Taylor Denrse Verbrugghen Henry Weeber Helen Overbee Drclc Lemblie ' Joan Otto Chuck N'cCarl Jan Nelson Rrlllcy Ahlberg Marlene Wethammer Monroe Larson Mrs McGeever Sherrill Dehn Alan Werler lone Farrrs ' Joanre Murlc Karen Hoaglund Fay Morgan Barbara Bowman Glenna Loney Lourse Hammer Joan Peterson Nancy Wallgren Loure Mullaly ' Alorse Jones Judy Pearson Marrlyn Wrn sar Meta Wood Bernice Fortmeyer Carol Krueger Marrlyn Lrndgren Ellen Svrdal Arlrs Mollcenthrr' 0 George Corley Rrchard Pederson Dave Malm Drclc Wrttc Harolcl R Olsen Alvrn Lewrs Fred Hallberg Roger Lothson Judson Harmon Tony Andersen Pg-Jr-t , f K. ' p ,r V ' . 'xv 5,4 , - lla ' ll Q . ,, . . . I: . wttl nrelody lvecanre a reality lor' the "A" Car' l' the nion ep , sl ' ' th, . ll 4 C U I Trl Q' : p t I , l ' r Lrrr- l 2 fit Ulf I C' g ' 3 ylg lQir' and oft it N-TV, ' 'X - 'tl . V V. . .l r"orJrd's day, Fehraary lourteorrfh, was ont: of the . ' ' ' . t l, 2 ' . A o' l T T T l rrlrrrfrl f' ' ' . ' r t r Q r l r r v 3 g' X - . f - r : ' K ' ,!. a ' T' A , Q I t 7 1 r 4 ' 4' if 52 its .fe werty,-leer 'J pirates of penzance Theur Taslf as VVesTern Union messengers wrTh dispatch and represenTed Dan Cupld In a way that made hum proud Oper Ta time combined melody merrlmenT and mlschle T along Perpetual molnon was personlhed by all who were connecTed wlTh thas ambitious under taking of presentlng The Nell known Gilbert and Sul Ivan T e Mrkado The resulT Iustlfled The effort e culmrnaTlon o Th s year s study ll reacl'ed for These choralrers vlhen They grve The sen uors a symphon ous partlng The choir will be an rmegral part of the program for baccalaureate and graduahor ,950 TJ' 4 A rollrclang band of plrates scampered Through G1lberT and Sulllvans comec opera The Pirates of Penzance To The engoyment of The audlence ID The crowded aualtarrum The aay musucal was presenled MayTh1rd and fourth l95l Frolaclang Tunes ThroughouT The productror' skull Tully led The plot To an excmng clrmax Frederuc played by Franz Koeneke and Mabel portrayed by Pamela Haas and Barbara Aamodt provided The mann romanhc enTanglemenT After varuous decep Trons The complrcatmons were removed and everyone Irved happrly ever after Mrs Helen 'vlcGeever Ivnss Florence Vest and Mr Alexander Heron were responsrble Tor provadrng a delughTTul memory To The sTudents album oT won derful events Glenn Matteson Roxle Relchow Nathaniel Aus Lois Pickering Pat Palarrne Carol Parslow Arlene Mon crnef ' Clanc ONelll VVlllram Tesch Mary Ann Gruber Ellnot Sfolen Florence Turk Leroy Anderson Mary John son Carol Lindsay Bob Gruher 9 Phil Nelson Betty Rosenquxst Bob Wall Jean Wrnter Gordon Trlpp Joan Wrwter Donald Quaye Jqdy Paper Kent Knrrnser Gaul Evans ' DoroThea Koch Carol Olsen Dorrs Stennle Jane Wcuson C ol Berv Jane Blornstad Gretchen Wachholz Carol Stoven Donna Trovatten ' Bob Hodnefleld Bll Panek Phrl C anovsky Harold A Olsen Doug Fhlllrps Jam Tovlor Bob Andrews Franz Koeneke Duck Slmd Page tvsenT5 Me fx , 5. 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I V I I I I . . q I ' f I - , ar ' , , , . , I , ' " , V 1 , , ' . 1 , r l ' - hollywood-look this way Dramatrc Cglub rs an actrve organrzatron consrstrng ot srxty members Under the drrectron ot Mrss Flor ence Vest regular meetrngs are held monthly Drama rs about as old as man It has fulfilled and strll serves n any purposes rn lute relrgron and educatron The .and ot make belreve rs a true picture ot thus Jroup Skrts rmpersonatrons and monologues con trrbute to therr ever ready sprrrt At every scheduled ,f x hQl"lzonS Unlllhlfed Pravrdrng mt rest and ex perrence for radro televrsron and stage rs the prrmary arm of the Dramatc Club Under the advrsershrp of Muss Florenc Vest thus organization meets once a month At meet nqs members gave presertatlons whale fellow enthus asts also act as crrtrcs of each others performances Everyone enloys drscussrons of com mon rnterests rn the field of drama Memorrzrng lrnes and grv rng proper expressrons was all forgotten when a prcnlc was he d In the sprung as a flthrg reward for the years work Omcers are left to rrght Tom Brllmgton presrdent Jerry Barnes pro g am charrman Jeanne Thrrv sec etarv Tom Hernz treasu er Forerce Johnson asst program charrman lack Vermarr vrce presrdent behlnd fhe Scenes Art Allen and Burl Carlson focus the spotlrghf and create the proper lghtmg effects for stag presentatrons as well as performrng many other dutres as mem bers of the stage force Page twenty srx meetrng a short one act play was grven by members Drtterent personalrtres possessed varrous comedy characters Last October the rdea was submrtted to the presr dent to have a float rn the home-comrng parade A cornrnrttee was chosen to decorate and to make necessary arrangements for rt It was a ftne Idea' lop honors were presented the club for therr grand entry rn the parade In late March members pre sented a serres ot plays and skrts Every member ot the organrza tron vvas requested to partrcrpate rn some vvay Make up commrt tees and stage torce members 1 o arded the A prcsentatron ot The Mrkado The last event ot the ear was ere 1 Ton Bal n on 3 rs ec to hrs successor rest dont al author ty and leadershrp I , . , . . . rv ' c ba " C ls ' " " choir in its s ' Y I I , I X 1 V l Y , pk - was cr picnic at Phctlen Park. It , ' ff rn s rhcr r ttf gr ,, mir .A g .- .gf-I, r-it I ,wrvy ' ' ' . . . , , V . . ,I . n senrors sparkle rn gay medy dear ruth Weeks ot proctrce were well worth the eftorts ot the double cost ot seniors who presented the closs ploy Dear Ruth by Normon Kronzo on Jonuory seventeenth ond eighteenth Corel Lindsay and Pot Woolery were perfect os the confused Ruth and Dovld Hayes ond Harold A Olsen were convsnclng as the impulsive Lieutenant Seovvfrght Adctang humor were Donna Pedersen oncl Ann Rohleder os the colored mold lvllruom the sister responsible tor everyones dlttl culty vvos vvell portrayed by Lots Moses ond Pot Pcrlcrrlne vv re Ruta Dedersen Dolls Stelnle Douglos Currence and Ed Anderson were ex el lent IU the role ot the pcs 1 on Vverner ond flfes Loclcetz dvd Cl splendld piece work os Albert th rcxecl hcxnce Oth r c t members Included Joon Otto ouse J nes D Ke v Sob Vondenheuvel Phrl Sny der and Foul Seoburq Mus Florence Vest drrectccl the 5 rocluctron Meetmg Ruth s parents for the flrst tame was a crucral moment for Left to rlght are Dorns Steunle Harold A Olsen Edwar Anderson To thus man I thee med Left to right are Carol Lrndsay Dave Hayes Bob Vandenheuvel Alorse Jones Mules Locketz Douglas Currence Almost every day at Murray sees actnvnty on the part of the stage force members Thus famrllar scene verifies the fact that thus organlzatron plays on essentral part rn stage produchons Parntrng scenery for the Senior Class play are these members of the stage force Roger Seaborg Robert Stearns Fred Llndholm Glenn Thoma Marlln Peterson Walter Hughes Page twenty sex v I 0 co Il ll ' ., . 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' A ' , . , d h'l ' , , s ' , re! ti R ' lxrfl f of , o trus' t' t s . c ost Al ' o , ick ' -lley, If ' . ,lf ' ' rf I . . . r y teens measure growth This year Y Teens had an opportunuty to measure nts growth as ut cele brated tts second blrthday with Carol Dunahey as nts president Other ofllcers Included Donna Trovatten as vlce presldent Lula l-left secretary Doris Steunle treasurer and Joan Otto program chauman Tlc I C C representative was Jane Vrk a lunror Meetlngs were varred an character and were armed to stimulate the members Interests In the tall Mass June Benson from the Unlversuty ol Minnesota State Employment Service explained the correct way to apply for a posntuon In late February a service protect conslstrng ot makmg Easter favors for veterans hosputals was carried out voluntarrly by club members Wmter fun was had when the group sponsored cr boy gurl slenghrnde at the Hilltop Rudlng Academy Another mud winter social event was the All Cnty Dance held at the Arizona Room ot the Pron Ballroom Prohts trom the annual Easter egg sale helped the members to keep the treasury from teellng lonely Mrs Ann Welntrctub ol Murray and Miss Georgna Cook ol the Unuverslty ot Mrnnesota acted as thus year s aclvnsers Z d nce of the hea t Castlng then' approval on programs for the YTeens AlICuty Valentane Dance held Februarv suxteenth are Jane Blornstad Barbara Bluebaugh and Jerry McCarl The Dance of the Hearts was held an the Arrzona Room of the Prom Ballroom A new social actnvuty of Y Teens the AIlCltv dance was a qreat success as the members from d1Herent schools had a chance to become better acqualnted Dancnng to the wnstful straurs of Jack Gabels superb dance band ut was a Valentmes date to be remembered Page twenty enght gurls see year s accomplishments Tcsturg the balloons that were sold for the homecomung game to ge her wth confettu are the Y Teens Board members Ceated left to right Jare Vuk I C C representatnve Carol Dunahey presudent lla Hert secretary Donna Trovatten vce presrzlent Standlng lef o man Doras Stclnle treasurer I I - l I - - I - I A I I I , . . l ' , , ' I 1 - - - C- . , 0 , . . . . . . . . , . C Q . L l A 5 l I - ' T7 . ,xr , . c, , ' 2 L' 'C , f , K ' - ' . ' f r ' ' right-.Ioan O'to, program chair- I x J. A - p N ,. , l ----CM5 V 'vi l - . sr, ' f 389: e X u ll A C I' S 3 I A 1, H - - six I ' A. I A 1 X. I - . I V I boys are proud of groups work chapter I Row 'I Roald I-Iaugan Rolf Amland Paul Seaburg Tony Andersen Rrck Arny Mr George Rose . Ronnne Tay lor Donald Multon Bob Gruber Nor man Johnson Rach Manke James Norton ' Chuck IvIcCarl Bob Wall D one Brinkman Harry A Olsen Dougla Currence Tom Bnlltngton Phtl Nelson 9 Ron Saunders John Kreuthrneler Duck Slnnd Roger Barley Franz Koenek Dan Ullyot 9,23 hr y chapters flourish Two comparatxvely new groups at Murray are HI Y Chapters I and II Through thenr zealous achaevements they extend Chrzstnan lnvung In the communuty and school Chapter I meets regularly at the St Anthony Park Methodist Church Presrdent rs Franz Koeneke vlce presndent Rnchard Slund treasurer Douglas Currence secretary James Barley Roald Haugan Chaplaln Advisers for the group are Mr Elmer Pearson and Mr George Rose Chapter II holds Its regular meetrngs at the Como Park Lutheran Church Responsible officers for this chapter are Roger Davidson presldent Robert Barnes vice presndent Warren Nelson secretary Edwln Stelnwall Jam Smath sergeants at arms George Carley chaplain Gundance director as Robert Rutford andthe advsser IS Mr Ralph Fngebretson Both chapters sponsored a Movle Dance In November Gay music was pro vnded and movies were shown on the gymnasuum wall A top feature of the year vvas the basketball and volleyball tournaments made possible by both groups February 9 was the date ot the All Cnty Hu Y Dance chapter II R w 'I Bob Garlung Phtl brough Roger Davidson Bull Mal ler Pete Banmng Buzz Grove Russ Mattson Mr Ralph Enge bretson ' Edwm Sternwoll Ruchard Hagerman Akrra Shu ozaka Jam Smxth George Car ley Kent Klrmser Ronald Nelson 9 Walter Peters Bob Barnes Jack Smuth Ronald Werner John Sampson Bob Whlte Warren Nelson Melvun Soder hom Page twenty mne 0 O 1 1 ' I , 4 ' 2 , J , 2 1 ' - ' I ' I ' l ' 1 I 1 . . 1 1 I b 1 1 I l 1 I 1 I - I l . 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In A 62324 -fry f2'1"A ' I ,V 5 X V -WA s.4 select appropriate cinnouricements from reigresenta tive, Mr. Donald Larson. brief encounters of pleasure, frustration Proceeding scientifically to prove the principles in- volved in learning, Doug Currence and Phil Snyder conduct the tinger maze experiment. Ron Werner is the subject under careful observation. Studying psy- chology meets with great enthusiasm in Mr, Robert Schanl4e's social studies classes. A new innovation at Murray this year was Er E. E. Day. Members of the Student Council acted as hosts and hostesses of businessmen and tradesrnen who were guests at classes and a luncheon, In line here are Mr, Williani Paulbitske, Mr. I., L. Perrin, Miss Valborg Helseth, and Mr. George J. Mann, Page thirty displaying creative thinking in various ways A lioy's first love? Potentialities of invention and Frize winning attire is modeled by distinguished discoxery might possibly be present in this picture as Dogpatch citizens, Helen Miller, Jerry McCarl, Dave Robert Vandenheuyel, Harold P. Olsen, Art Allen, Mal-n, Mary Johnson, Pollie Carlson, Marcia Podd, and Bob Pearson tirelessly explore the world ot nto- Torn Billington. tors, Machine shop is under the direction ol Mr. The Sadie Hawlcins Dance is always a popular Albert Sandberg. social event wi'h everyone when "anything goes" as well might be suggested by this picture. S-f x as 'M x n. 'C 2 ,, sf' me celebrating christmas in true tradition Fresh from the oven-A real treat was in store for A 'roy parade complete with Santo Claus pore the faculty and parents ot girls from the home eco- trayed by an eminent member ot the faculty? was nomics department. Here Nancy Brioschi, Carol Jen- conducted by the Student Council at a special as- nings, Carol Friday, Carol Mickelson, and Sarah sernbly. Susan Friday, Robert Rystrom, Pat lvlurnane, Brown display their delectable Christmas cookies. Phil Nelson, Bob Brown, and Jean Mcliirdy felt the "joy of giving" when they thought of the happiness that needy St. Paul children would experience. me-"9 Sports editor Paul Seaburg became Interested in the theme was well chosen Today It is your pleasure to enloy the pilot staff leacls a wonderful life This year s statt can well say that this is everyone s bool: The spirit of cooperation was high at all times Co editors Dolores Masste and Janet Wrttgrat were never worried about meeting deadlines slide rule and he was immediately chosen as the lead oft accuracy IS Important to indispensable us: ness staff members Philip Snyder Harold Olsen Juleen Samp son Paul Seaburg and John Kreuthmei r Ie man for mountungs Finally everyone decided that lay outs were fun The co editors found themselves in a post tion similar to that ot Tom Sawyer whttewashing the fence Stott photographers were familiar Hgures at games and social events the business department fought the yearly budget battle activities editors were weary keeping up with the aftalrs ot the organizations There were many hours ot serious work interspersed with amusing incidents which made the staff feel that the the staffs creative efforts the pilot s wheels Philip Snyder John Kreuthmeier Harold Olsen Juleen Sampson Dolores Massie Janet Wnttgraf Geraldine McCarl Carol Dunahey Marcia Podd Mary Ann Preston Business Manager Assistant Manog Circulation Manager Accountant Co Editors Assistant Editor Senior Ectttor School Lute Editor Assistant School Lite Editor Karen Mattson Paul Seaburg Sports Editors David Christopherson Walter Peters Photographers Arlene Morcrlef Betty Rosenqulst Typtsts Mary Vik Delores Moczlewslu Sondra Kroono Advertising e lclency plus Carol D-whey informs the ready nts hectic, but wonderful ,hmk JC,,,e,W.,, and willing typists Arlene Moncrief and Betty Rosenquust about the p ons for the senior section graf Dolores Massie seated and Louise Hammer Suzanne Orblce Marcia Podd Jerry McCorl Q6 18" Page thirty two . . . . 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L, ' . rf, D 1 s , X I . 1 J l' ' r ,, s Before students had programs adlusted for the year the lvlurcurte staff had a paper ready for dlSlFlbUTIO!W Early IH October Co edutors Lots Lehman and Mary John son attended the State Hugh School Press Assocuatuon Ill Duluth and they returned wtth new trucks of the trade for staff members Deadltnes came all too quickly as a football champuon shlp and a ala homecoming sparked the fall Issues Christmas found the Murcurte staff IPI a sentumental mood as th y trtmmed a tree for the lournallsm department the murcurles wmgs Robert Beard Business Manager Gordon Trapp Assnstant Manager Mary Ann Gruber Cuculatton Manager Carol Stoven Nancy Kennedy Barbara Bluebaugh Asststant Ctrculatton Mary Vllc Sandra Kroona Delores Maczuewslu Adverttstng T Margie Fox Roxne Reuchow Lots Lehman Mary Johnson Donna Pedersen Loretta Tesch Alvun Lewus Susan Proshek Ron Saurders Karen Mattson Trudy Norton Susan Wnlcox Jean Olexa yplsts Edt o News Edtto Feature Ec :ton s Copy Boys Sports Gtrls Sports Exchange I' Proof R Editor Editor Edttor Edttor Edna: eaclets enloylng the finished product are me members Morgue Fox Karen Mattson Ron Saunders Rlechow and Alvin Lewrs Roxle Fx the murcurre staff keeps the wires humming Contests and awards added to the htstorlcal record of the school paper as month succeeded month Now the Murcurue group old In the ways of headlmes an leads ts preparung the sensor Issue before stgntna for a wonderful year after the deadline rush susan Ptoshek Donna Pedersen Mary Johnson Lots Lehman Loretta Tesch Trudy Norton K-ggi. x.v.'-f,':f dlstrlbutmg the news Barbara Bluebaugh Nancy Kennedv Pat Kratz Bob Beard Gordon Trtpp Marv Ann Gruber Paqe thtrty three ' o t . - . . 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U U I O I I ' ' ' I . .I I I Z 5, ' , A 1 r , ' 5 H Q ' fl, F. -I' l ll ' - Ig t 1 H A Y .V U I H 1, X - tl JL N k -H 'X lunror red cross around the world Leaders of Murrays Junror Red Cross chapter strrve to uphold the hrgh standards of thas rnternatronally recognrzed orgonrzotron Officers are left to rrght Beverly Lrndqurst secretary Jerry McCarl presrdent George Cook vrce presrdent Joan Wrnter treasurer Every student a member everyone cr member rs the motto ot the Junror ed Cross Chapter ot Murray l-lrgh School lts ervrces both natronal and local have grown untrl rt covers the globe Under the drrectron ot Mr Edward Datlco the students have successfully completed an other year ot outstandrng work Members partrcrpated rn decoratrng and tak ng down decoratrons at Ancker l-losprtal tor the lrolrdav season They toolc oart rn the srgnrng and readrng of Chrrstmas card at the Home tor the Blrnd The annual assembly tor the Red Cross Drrve was held March T4 wrth all students crvrng generously to the fund Decoratrng hosprtals at Easter and vrsrtrng the rnvalrds was done cheerfully by the vol unteers who helped brrghten the days lor prolectron crew calls n wrth the show Everybody seated? Lrghts out and so the pro Iectron crew begrns rts tedrous darly actrvrtres under the more unfortunate ones A very relrable group the prolectron crew rs scheduled to run the protector darly rn classes at drlterent trmes When movrng prctures are under way rn the auclrtorrum one member rs assrgned to set up the prorector and show the movre and lower grades The group takes on much respon the supervrsron of Mr Howard Hathaway and rts presrdent and vrce presrdent Akrra Shrozakr and George Cook Recordrng secretary rs Ruth Ann lmmer srbrlrty and grves good servrce Needless to say the prolectron crew rs apprecrated by the Murray students 'Wu Al Vrsual educatron becomes 0 realrty rn whrch the prorectron crew plays cr vrtal part Left to rrght are Davrd Law Phrl Granovslry Alcrra Shrozakr Gall Evans Sherrrll Olson Walter Hughes Suzanne Orblce Ruth Ann Immer leon Goodrrch and George Cook Page thrrty four I O . , R , I .TFVT I ' I l I . . nl ' ' tr T T T o o r ' I ' ' ' llo ' II ' ' - ' ' , , , Q H , ' 1' , ,, - Membership is open to boys and girls in the upper '9 .QQ ' p - 'Q ' 9 ,4 l ' 'K 1 ' I' In V T r ,rr ' I. ll' ,A , 'fa rr i T f 'fs ' . - Lorefia Tesch Roxue Ruechow Sa ly Johnson Darlene Eruckson KaThleen Hugguns business caclettes are murray s lufe lune Efjrucuency became The Theme Tor The year s work un Busuness CadeTTes The ofhfers had been unuTuaTed un The sprung and eveuyThung was ready To roll when SepTember arruved Varuous clubs and Teachers were The boss Tor a member of Thus energeTuc club Each gurl was as sugned a regular organuzaTuon and all Typung and oTher ofhce work was done by The sTenographer BoTh The gurls and Theur assugnees receuved benefTTs from Thus plan and There was Tun sandwuched be Tween The rouTune of Theur duTues and The experuence They were gaunung Juleen Sampson Donna PeTersen Dorothy Wulluams Jean Hau wuller Janet Hopoe Marv Ann Presion 15 Lous Moses Gayle Vasferlung Susan Clarke Marvonne Nelson Dorna Thompson Beffy Rosenquust Mr Frank STanTon Personnel DurecTor aT The Guaun Termunal was The speaker aT The hrs' rneeTung of The would be ofhce workers To broaden Theur knowledge of machunes used un The busuness world The club Traveled un The early dawn To The IBM ofhce The CompTorneTer school added a noTe of curuosuTy when all aTTempTs To duvude on The perplexung keyboard Tauled LaTe March was hugh lughTed by The A urrunu luncheon lvlemorues came ouT of storage and ac quauntances were renewed as The past and presenT members mungled The now experuenced oTTicers unuTuaTed Theur succes sors un The beauTuful candIelughT ceremony as old and new members watched Advusers were lvluss Val borg T-lelseTh and Muss Eleanor STeelsmuTh Ann Rohleder Rosella STeTTner Arlene Moncruef Nancy Howe Dolores Massue Margue Fox Paqe ThurTy Tive- "Learn to make the most of life, Lose no happy day Trme will never bring thee back Chances swept away KN 71 kb? -1 ll Y " :V . I 'nf f iT ' XXX f I. I W A r'." 53? h , 'J' I "f:,'5',1 4. ' t ,.V ,L :fl Q 7 , V . lQY!,g'?f'a'j ' I ' XR. 'Z :5i,".'gf.'x A? 5 Y , ' rl, j fy r 8 7 sa , - L. an N " i p --'- H - 5555 qv Q"r-' Q IN " x 4 ,Q . 1 f l J y yi x xigxxx xfigx - 2:1 X g5?.2fm , -Q 'Haw 'MT1 ag-71 xx' ix x ' '--X fy V 19 A- f . - 5 ,sw-,,, , . YQ x - 4 . X1 - ' .f .I 1 4: x Vi ,k 7 ,, ,- " ' l I Another section of the Activities Commit- tee includes the tollovving instructors: Edward Datko College of St. Thomas George Rose Mankato State Teachers College Bernard Quinn College ot St. Thomas, University of Minnesota Bertha Muedeking ,University ot Minnesota n I , - a faculty committees To keep informed concerning the educa- ticnal needs ot students, Murray teachers adhere to standards set by the North Cen- tral Association and Secondary Schools. Meeting here are members ot the Activities Committee: Margaret R. Glenn University of Minnesota Ruth VV. Eddy University of Minnesota George Bergup University ot Minnesota Helene M. Becker , University of Minnesota l-lovvard Hathaway Mankato State Teachers College Building needs and improvements are a part ot a forward lootcing program Here te ichers serving on the Building Committee a e discussing possible changes Robert Ritter College ot St. Thornas Florence Vest , University ot Minnesota Grace Mackey . University ot Minnesota Rczlph Engebretson University ot Minnesota Patricia Pischel University of Nebraska v-.-,, discuss new trends The Philosophy Committee has the task ol studying and evaluating the old vvciys and new trends in the light ot their value to the high school student ot l952. Olive Batschelet Dralae University, Columbia University Mabel C4 Surratt University ot Minnesota Leona Hanson University of Minnesota Robert Schanlqe University of Minnesota Valborg T. Helseth University of Minnef sotci, Simmons College, Gregg College Caretul guidance and wise counseling are necessary for the proper adiustments ol stu- dents to their school, home, and community, The Guidance Committee considers voca- tions at this sessions Albert Sandberg, University oi Minnesota, Colorado College Ann VVeintraub Colorado A, 81 M. College, University ot Minnesotci Louise Smith University of Minnesota Eleanor C. Steelsmith College St. Catherine Helen l,, McGeever University of Minnesota Library facilities are carefully evaluated each year in order to meet the standards set by North Central Association. Murray's Library Committee is reviewing current magazines, Lucile Smith College of St. Catherine Clinton Boo University of Minnesota Marion Gratz Mount Holyoke College, College of St. Catherine Marie Daiche University of Minnesota I!! presenting a day's activities from "top to bottom" The congenial, understanding attitude ot Mr. Jo- seph Shields, driver training instructor, makes lessons a pleasant experience tor everyone. Here he seems pleased with the progress Betty McDowell has shown. 9 Radio broadcasting ofters a realm of opportuni- ties, Joan Koran, Jack Veirnan, Shirley Holrngren take a keen interest in this held which may indirectly afford success in many other avenues ot endeavor. I Joan Otto looks wary about revealing her vveight QC forty while Jerry Barnes tearlessly steps on the scale. Ob- serving the happy expression of ivirs. George Bergup, school nurse, he rnust be the picture of health. I Vocational guidanceflvliss Gladys Rose and Miss Louise Pederson realize the signiticance and value ot individual guidance based on interest and apti- tude tests lor every graduating senior, Here they are discussing possible vocational helds tor Susan Clarke. enterprsssng sensors snstsate new ventures Sensors at last' To many at the class at T952 the expersences are not as enloyable as the antscsbatnon The future although brsght wsth hope carrses lust enough uncertasnty to make sensors look back wsth nostalgsc glances on thesr hsgh school years They recall thesr bevvslderment as treshmen and thesr smportance as sophomores It vvas then that the class began to make htstory when they organszed to elect Jack Vesman pressdent Assssted by Mr Alex Heron and Mr Al Sandberg class advssers the group achseved class unsty When the runsor year began Roland Carlson sparked the class vvsth hss leadershsp The tact that the class numbered only one hundred Htteen made posssble the zealous spsrst vvhsch mansfested stselt sn all ot the groups undertaksngs Wsnnsng hrst prsze vvsth thesr float entry sn the homecomsng parade the class contsnued to enloy socsal actsvstses and bussness ventures Murrays tlrs sems open prom was gsven by the sunsors sn May sn the Arszona Room of the Prom Ballroom The West ern settsngs together wsth the theme Moonlsght Sere nade created an sdeal atmosphere for the socsal event ot the year Thss year has been a successson ot pleasant sur prsses as sensor commsttees provsded entertasnment transacted class bussness selected announcements and sponsored protects that added money to the class treasury Among these was the sensor class play Dear Ruth a delsghttul comedy that was en layed by both teen agers and adults As June nears the sensors are thsnkrng ot caps and gowns baccalaureate and that nsght ot nsghts graduatson The Sensor Class complsments the Pslot Staff on sts dedscatson of thss book and adds sts ssncere thank you s to the class advssers Heron and Sandberg Inc Ssncere srterest plus c spsrst of frsendlsness are two assets of the sensor board the group responssble for a memorable year Sensor Board Ist row Paul Seaburq treasurer Dorleen Clemmons secretary Lsla Hert Marcsc Podd vsce pressdent Judd Harmon pressclent Representatsves Roy Tutt Tom Bsllsngton John Kreuthmeser Jsm Smith ,1 Page forty one 0 0 0 D ll . 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A ARTHUR ALLEN Stage Force 2 3 4 Dramatrc Club Canteen Com nrrttee M Club Intramural Sports Tennrs 3 4 Hockey 3 4 Student Council Rep 4 Boys League EDWARD ANDERSON Traftrc Squad 3 Intramural Sports Sensor Class Play Dramatrc Club Red Cross R 6 4 rVurcu re Agent 3 4 Book Store Mgr 4 Boys League Rep 2 FLOYD ANDERSON Junior Red Cross Rep 4 Baseball oys League JACK ARHART Prlot Agent I Intramural Sports Boys I ague JAMES BAILEY I'lrY Chapter I Cheerleader I Murcurre ent r rary Cu Corres on rn ec u Sophomore Class Treas Intramural Sports Tennrs 3 4 Basketball 3 Football 4 Student Councrl Executrve Board 4 Boys League Rep JERRY BARNES Band I Dramatrc Club Program Charrman Fomecom ng Queen Mgr Prlot Agent 2 3 4 M Club Vrce Pres Intramural Sports Hockey 2 4 Baseball 2 Boys League Pres 4 ROBERT B ARD Murcurre Ast Bu Mg 3 Busrness Mgr Lrbrary Club Auxrlrary Instructor 4 Co Vrce Pres 4 M Club Tennrs 3 4 Boys Lca ue THOMAS BILLINGTON HrY Chapter I Dramatrc Club Pres 4 M Club Senror Class Board Football 3 o s League Rev 4 Central Hugh School St Paul Munn I MARLENE BLOMBERG C A A Board 3 All Crty Letter Letter Award YT ens Grls Lsagu GEORGEL CARLEY HrY Chapter 2 Chap I r 4 Ch Canteen Commrttee Treas 3 Student Councrl Rep 4 M Club Intramural Sports Track 2 Football 3 4 Boys Leag e ROIAND CAR SON Dramatrc Club Irbrary Club Assocrate Member Junror Class Pr s Football 3 4 S u entCouncrl Pres 4 Executrve Board 3 Boys Leaau DAVID CVRISTOPHERSON Prlot Acent 2 Fhotog a h r 3 4 Nurcure Fhotca aaher 3 4 Iurtror Red Cm s p n ramu J C oss Country I fs Leaaue Hn 4-f' Til SUSAN CLARKE YTeens Murcurre Asst Crrculatron Mgr 3 Busrr s Class Sec Student Councrl Executrve Board 2 Grrls League DORLEEN CLEMMONS L t and Fcund Servrce 3 Prlot Agent 4 Murcurre Agent 3 Busrness Cadettes GAA Sensor Class Sec G rls L agu CEORGE CORBY Intramural Sports Boys Leagu Rep 4 DAVID CRANDALL Band I Dramatrc Club Canteen Committee Club SergeantatArms 4 Intramural Sports Track I 2 3 4 Basket b 2 3 4 Football S 4 Boys Lea e DOUGLAS CURRENCE I-IrY Chapter I Treas 4 Senror Class Play Dramatrc Club Canteen Commrttee CoCharrman 3 Prlot Agent I 2 Lrbrary Club Treas 4 CI b Cross Countryl 2 3 4 Tra k 2 3 4 Boys Lea RICHARD DANIELS DFGWIOIIC Club Canteen Commsttee M lub I amural Sports Ta R 2 3 4 Footb ll 2 3 4 Boys Leag e ROGER F DAVIDSON r-lrY Chapter 2 Vrce Pres 3 Pres 4 Dramatrc Club M Club Intramural Sports Football 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Boys League Rep 2 CAROL JANE DUNAHEY YTeens Pes 4 Grls Chorus 2 Homecomrng Queen Candrdate Prlot Senror Edrtor 4 Murcurre Agent 2 Reporter 3 Qurll and Scroll Sec 4 GAA Student Councrl Rep 3 Book Store Salesman 3 Grrls League SHIRLEY M EICH MAN Cheerleader 3 Co Captarn 4 Letter Award YTeens Prlot Agent 2 3 GAA Grrls Lea MURIEL ELIASSEN Flag Twrrler 2 3 our Lr arran 3 rrs Corus Sextette 3 YTeens G Grrl League DARLENE ERICKSON Dramatrc Club Grrls Chorus I YTeer's Canteen Commrttee Busrness Cadettes GAA Letter Award 3 Student Councrl Rep 3 Grrls League MARGARET FOX Murcurre Typrst4 Busrness Cadettes GAA Grrls League Rep 4 Page forty two K nn 'fn' 5-if ..-f JX.. 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Q ', . 5 ' ' . . . - V H , " ' , ' g' 1 LLL 'Q THOMAS HEINZ Dramatnc Club Teas 4 Intramural Sports Football 3 Student Councll Rep 2 Boys League LETA JEAN HERT Lot an Found Servrce 3 Dramatnc Club Junnor Red Cross Rep fTeens Business Cadettes G AA Grrls League LILA JANE HERT Senior Class Board GAA Canteen Commnttee YTeens Sec 4 Sensor Class Play Dramatlc Club Glrls League KATHLEEN HIGGINS Lost and Found Servrce 3 Junlor Red Cross Rep 4 Buslncs Cadettes GAA Board 3 Letter Award 3 Student Councxl Rep f Glrls League ROBERT F HODNEFIELD Chonr 4 Opeuetta 4 Student Counctl Rep I Boys League HARRY G HOFF JR Intramural Sports Boys League SHIRLEY JEAN HOLMGREN Dramatnc Cluo Glrls Chorus I 2 YTeens Murcurle Reporter 4 Busnness Cadct es GAA Glrls League Rep 3 NANCY HOWE Last and Found Servnce 3 Bustness Cadettes GAA Gtrls L aque CHARLES HUGHES Red Cross R p 2 Intramural Sports Canteen Comnnnttee Boys League FLORENCE JOHNSON GAA YTeens Red Cross Rep 4 Dvamatlc Club Program Charrman 4 Grrls League R 3 4 MARY JOHNSON Qurll and Scroll Vce P es 4 Ivtur curse Reporter 3 CoEdltornnCh1el 4 Prlot Agent 3 YTeens Clour Vice Pres 4 Operetta 3 4 Gurls League Rep 2 SALLYANN L JOHNSON Lost and Found Servlce 3 Busrress Cadettes Junror Red Cross Rep 4 Grrls League LOIS ANN GILBERT Glrls Chorus 2 GAA Letter Award 3 Girls League FLOYD L GLAESEMANN Trafhc Squad 2 3 4 Boys league MARY ANN GRUBER Jumor Class Board GAA Board 3 Bu mess Cadettes Qull and Scroll Murcurue Bookkeeper 3 C culatton Mgr 4 Homecoming Queen Canteen Cornmuttee CoChanr man 3 Chorr Operetta 3 4 J S Comrnlttee Girls League Rep 2 re PAMELA HAAS Operetta Orchestra I 2 Cheerleader Co ptr 4 an e r wa res or an our c Operetta Octet 3 4 Ctrls Chorus I YTeens Ptlot Agent I Murcurre Agent 3 4 Lnbrary Cluo GAA Gurls League RICHARD HAGERMAN Student Councul Rep 4 Intramural Sports Prolectlon Crew I 2 3 ag ce 3 HIY Chap 2 Boy Lea R JAMES HAHN Intramural Sports Boys L ague MARCIA LILLIAN HALVORSEN Dramatnc Club Oftlce Force 2 YTeens Gurls League LOUISE HAMMER Student Councrl Rep 4 Murcurte Agent I 3 Prlot t mor lor YTeens Junlor Red Cross Re 2 C our Oberetta 4 Gnrls Chorus Lubrarnan 3 Dramatrc Club Qulll and Scroll Grrls League JUDSON HARMON HIY Chapter I Choir Pres 3 Operetta I 2 3 4 Octet 3 4 Canteen Committee Lnbrary Club Assoctate Member M Club Junuor Class Board Sensor Class Pres xrnmung I 2 3 4 CoCaptaln 2 3 4 Boys League Rep ROALD W HAUGAN HIY Chapter I Chaplaun 4 Murcurue Agent 4 Lnbrar C M Club Tennts 2 3 4 Boys League JEANNE HAUWILLER GAA Letter Award Buslness Cadettes YTeens Ofhce Force 3 Dramattc Club Grrls League DAVID HA ES Dramatnc Club S nuor Class Play Chotr Operetta I 2 Homecomnng Queen Mgr Intramural Sports Bo,s League SA. se eggs 16 Fl Page forty three . 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I L41 l dl DIANE RONGITSCH Chorus 3 4 YTeens Grrls League Lincoln Hrgh School Seattle Wcrshrrrgtort I 2 BETTY ROSENQUIST Girls orus I Choir Qperetta 3 4 Pilot Typist 4 Business Cade s s 4 Cf A Crrls Lea uc GUNTA ROZENTALS Girls Choru 3 4 Murcurre Reporter 4 Girls League Latvran High School Augs urg Germany RONALD SAUNDERS HrY Chapter I r ea rt at Arms 4 Drcmatrc Club Junior Red Cross R p Q re Pres 3 Murcurre Sports lzdrtor 4 Reporter 3 Qurll and Scroll Treas 4 Library Club Intramural Sports Boys League PAUL SEABURG HrY Chaptcr I Senior Class Play Homecomrng Queen Mgr 4 ot Sports Eclrtor 4 Qull and Scroll Library Club Senior Cass rcas I trarnural Sports Boys Lea ue CAROL M SIDMORE rrs torus unr r e ross 4 YTeen G ent Council Rcp 3 Girls ague Rep DICK SLIND Chaptcr es Bo s Sae B n 4 Choir O er a 2 O 4 Junior Red Cross R 2 3 Library M Club Sophomore Class Board Cross Country 3 Track I 2 3 4 as etball 2 3 oo a Su en ouncr e o s League JAMES SMITH HrY Chapter 2 Traftlc Squad 3 Junior R d Cross R p I M Club Senior Class Board Intramural Sports T ck 2 3 Football 2 3 Mgr 4 Boys Lea e PHILIP SNYDER HrY Chapter I Pilot Busrness Mgr 4 Quill and Scroll Library Club SeraeartatArms 4 Intramural Sports Senior Class Play oys Leag.re DORIS STEINIE Dramatrc Club Senior Class Play Choir eretta 3 4 Ott YTee Treas 4 GAA Board 3 Le e Award 3 Student Council Rep 2 Sec 4 Grls League Rep 2 RO ELLA TE TNEP YTeens usrness Cadettes GAA rrs League WAYNE E SWANSON B nd I 2 3 M Club Intramural Spors H c e Mgr 2 3 Student Council Rep l 2 3 Boys Leag e R p I HAROLD OLSENAHi-Y Chapter 2, Choir, Pres 4, Operetta 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, "M" Club, Boys' League . . . SUZANNE ORBKE-Stage Force 3, 4, Dramatic Club, Y-Teens, Canteen Committee, Pilot Agent I, Art Editor 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Art Editor 4, Quill and Scroll, Projection Crew, Girls' League , . . JOAN OTTO-Choir, Operetta 3, 4, Y-Teens, Vice Pres. 3, Program Chairman 4, Library Club, G.A.A., Board 3, Sophomore Class Board, Junior Class Vice Pres., Student S nror Class PI y Girls ELAINE PALARINE Girls Council Rep 2 Book Store Salesman 3 C orus I Girls Lea ue PATRICIA Chorus 2 Choir Oper tta 3 4 Octet 4 YTeens Canteen Committee GAA Junior Class Board Student Council Rep I 2 Book Store Salesman I Sensor Class Play Girls League Program Chairman 4 DONNA CHRISTINE PEDERSEN Band I 2 Senior Class Play Dramatic Club YTeens Murcurre Aaent 4 Reporter 3 News Editor 4 Qurl and Scroll Library Club GAA Student Council Rep 3 Book Store Salesmdn 3 Girls League RITA PEDERSEN Band I 2 3 4 Pres Mur AA 4 Letter Awrrd 3 4 AIlSfar Band YTeens Senror Class Play curre Agent 4 Library Club CoVrce Pres 4 Auxrlrary Inst 4 G rs League Rep CHARLOTTE PETERSON GAA Girls League R p 4 MARCIA C PODD Cheerleader 2 3 Co Caotarn Q Girls Chorus 2 Dramatic Club Junior Red Cross Rep I YTeens Homecoming Queen Candidate Pilot Actrvrtres Editor 4 Murcurre Re orter 3 Quill and Scroll GAA Senior Class Vr e Pres Girls League MARY ANN PRESTON Flag Twrrler 4 YTeens Prlot Asst Activities Fdrtor 4 Senior Class Play Girls League Whrteflsh High School W rteflsh M ntona I 2 3 ROXIE DIANE REICHONI Grrls Chorus I Choir Operetta 4 YTeens Murcurre Typist 4 Business Cadettes GAA Student Council Rep 3 Girls League JOHN H RENKEN JR Dramatic Club M Club Hockey 3 4 Football 3 Baseball 3 4 Boys League ANN MARIE ROHLEDER Senior Class Play Dramatic Club YTeens Canteen Commrtte Business Cadettes Girls League S-J is N- L Page forty IIve - r -' s h V . , 9 V V A A . , 1 - 1 ' , f . 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" , SX DOROTHY WINNIFRED WILLIAMS Y Teens Busrness Cadettes rrs eague Central Hugh School St Pcul rnn Cante rr Commrttee Lrbrary Club GAA Letter Awxrd 3 Sophomore Class Board Book Store Salesman 3 Student Councrl Rep J Execu trve Board 4 Grrls Leag e JOAN WINTER Grls Chorus I Chorr Operetta 2 3 4 Junror Red Cross Rep 3 4 YTeens Canteer Conrmrttee Lrbrary Club GAA Letter Award 4 Grrls League JANET R WITTGRAF Cheerleader 3 YTeens Prlot CO FIJIYOFIH ref M rcurre R porter 3 Qull d Scroll Lrbrary Club Grrs League St Margarets Academy Mrnneapolrs Mrnn I PATRICIA ANN WOOLERY Senror Class Play YTeens Lrbrary Club Program Charrman 4 GAA Board 3 Junror Class Sec Student Councrl Rep 2 Executive Board 3 Grrls League RITA ZECK YTeens Lrbrary Club GAA Sophomore Class Board Grrls League DAVID MALM lNot Prctured Chorr Operetta 4 Band l Intramural Sports Baseball 4 Elk Rrver Hrgh School Elk RIVEV MIND 2 3 LORETTA TESCH YTeens Specral Murcurre Reporter 3 CoCrrculatror rrr Co Feature Edror 4 Qurll and Scroll Busrness Cadettes GAA Board 3 Sec Treas 4 Let er Award 3 Grrls League JEANNE MARIE THIRY Dramatrc Club Sec 4 Senror Class Play Grrls Chorus wrr er Q 3 Grrls Lea u THELMA THOMA GAA Grrls League DONNA THOMPSON Grrls Chorus l OFITCP Force '7 3 Bus ness Ca ettes Treas 4 GAA StuJent Councrl R p l Book Store Accountant 234 Grrls League HELEN E TOWLE Canteen Comm ttee GAA Letter Award 3 All Crty Letter 4 Grrls League ROY TUTT J S Commrtee Dramatrc Club Home conrrng Queen Mgr Cue Junror Class Treas Senror Cass Board lntramural Sports Baseball 3 4 Boys League FLORENCE TURK Grrls Chorus l Chorr Operetta 3 4 YTeens Murcurre Agent League Re ROBERT LOUIS VANDENHEUVEL lntra mural Sports Senror Class Play Boys League CAYLE ANN VASTERLING Dramatc Club Canteen Commrttee Sec 3 Busrness a ettes Ser 4 GAA Grls Lague R p JACK VEIMAN rarratrc Club Vrce Pres M Club Pres 4 Sophomore Cass res rramural ports Traclc B s e a 4 Foot Q 3 4 Student Councrl Executrve Board 2 3 4 Boys Leaque ep V e Pes MARY JACQUELINE VIK Dramatrc Club Senror Cass Play Junror Red Cross R p 3 YTeens Murcurre Agent l 2 arter 3 Adv trsrng Mgr 4 A yetsrwg Mgr Q l an C ol u ent ouncr e rr's ea ue e Sec 3 RONALD H WERNER l'lrY Chapter l Senror Class Play Dramatrf u Cub amura orts rss ounrry 3 T Boys League 0 Wfsv' uid 'U' mrghty senrors 1 - ff as " Q 7 ,tg 45 3 Page forty srx X 'f XXX. 31 ei in LL- vc K, . 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Lft to right are Jerry McCarl vtc pre :dent Lynn Wagener secretary .lack Smith pr sident Dan Wegleitner reasurer W theur most tmportant year still ahead the Junuor Class is looking toward the future l-lavnng haa experience and enloyment W past endeavors they can view responsibiltties which lie ahead with great expectations Carefree happuness characterized the feelnng of the class in thetr sophomore year lt was a thrill for every one when Bob Barnes and lone Harris were crowned lang and queen of hearts at the valentine dance sponsored by Girls and Boys League Spring came wrth the all Important decision of the year which of course meant choosing class rings to be received at the beginning of their IUIWIOT year The followtng fall an outstanding year was foreseen for the class of 53 wrth newly elected ptesndent Jack Row 1 Carol Brusoe Roselci Setdenlcranz Jan Nelson Joan Vannellu Patty Donahue Ruth Zospel Pat Kratz ' Nancy Wall gren Susan Proshek Judy Kaul mann Jane Wason Jane Vlk Ewald Hermes Warren Arndt 9 Jane Blornstad Grace Meyer Edwin Steinwall George Cook arles Fates Bll ri Hinton ' Kenneth LaFond Roger Thorsen Ruchard Olrnen Charles Eide Robert Whute Rodney Magnuson Ronald Nelson Smnth rnstillrng class spurt nn new ventures A vital part of the success of these undertalangs was the excellent leadership grven by advlsers Mr Rober Schanke and Mr Bernard Qutnn For the purpose of enlarging the treasury two pro lects were sponsored before the holidays Everything from sheets to gunny sacks were seen at the Sadue Hawlclns Dance held November seventh The movie Foreign Correspondent gave the student body suspense filled moments Committees have worked for months planning th Junior Senior Prom which will be June sixth at the Arizona Room of the Prom Ballroom There is always Adding one more remlniscence to a wonderful year I be a lass plc also tn June 5 1 - my .5 h v , ' i Ai . 1 - ,' , J e ' -- , ' e 3' 5 , 5 ' , 'B ' 1 ith ' ' ' A ' , , ' ' ' ' 4 ' ' it ' , I ' h l , - 7 ' gay anticipation for the happiest evening of the year, ' ' ' ' wil c ' nic ' , . 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Page Hfty - N Ll Row 1 ra 1 e Donna u e R lr n ntmu om rg tronv Slut L ow: Q e Mart v son cr Qunnn ola Wu n xclnr x L J S Tll C O ll l l Mt .AM vw.. ow l Mor s Duron Ccrro rnsorr A Llellw N 1 rrran Dul3a, IL ln l MCDOWL errnrctte House Glu ys rrlr Ju ly Swenson Caro r rrrrr Evans Carla Norc urnor Roch Alrce Hufclrrnson WrllLT!L Sli ls .ludy Jens r Q R rr s Donrrlc Mr Ion rurr urn Jn crap H away R r L rr 9 e onncr Fencer Jock cor o rrll Warm r Q rs rr r l Don: Ru lolf sophomores and growing older l 7 Row 'l Ardycc Grumke Norma Jean Landrs Dellen Peterson Norma Nelson Junonn Grupo Charles Broolans 9 .lean Sho lwsclr Nancy Torgersen Mrrrrlyn Fenske Carol Spooner GQ a rne We nerr Koren en Jcsclrt Barbara Erdes ' Julranr Ro rrrusscn Su an Barra-s Rogrr Meyer Kent Anderson Joan Uwe Kathleen Nornrun C uclc Massre Por Sample Ian Rrchcrrds Graham Johnson Roll ert Rystronr Dave Law Gerald Nelson 4 w 1 rerrr e n 1 an OBrren Barborcr Colserley Bas erly Ofterne-ss Morrlyn Nelson Delores Errclcson Evrlyn Hays 5 Carrolyn Slweplmerd Conng S111 hos Bernell Rrchordsorr Albert Langer Plwrl Hob ouqlw Donrel ertcrstrom Fo rrrstensrn Burbora Behrends Elarne- Forsblod, Carol Boklnen, usa, anson, Plrllp Ne son, Bow Gar ing, Marlys Clrrislrunson, Theo Koelln ' Leon Goodrich, Norman Johnson, Duane Brrnlr- rnan, Marlyn lsakson, Dan Ullyot, Douglas Sturmer. Page fllry-onrr X J L- , -.1 freshmen L rt s very confusing . Prrqe hftf two ow l Pau W I rn Rrc rar Anderson Joyce Dokka Ann tvl rrrn Halllnerg Patrrcra Woelr rlr. Eunrce Boyd July Anderson ' James Backstronr Sally Mean' holer Beryl Spooner Judy Podd nette Vrlx ' Paula Rueah r rrcra son C rro Frm a D rrs Foster Karen Rortyedt arrlyn Kofka D n Lrncrg Robert Grarner Tonr Olson Ray nrond Krng Ray Notch au' Burson Raymond Neetzel Gene Scharenborch w 'I Beyer y rrr Vrnr a Rust Donna Koch John Haw thorns, John MacDonald Pete Varr ey Janet Gevorkrantz Mary Ann Kuettner Jeanette Mrelke ' Janet Peterson Phyllrs Nrel o Sandra Nelson Leona Mrkfsh Jerome Kruger Robert Galotovrclr Darwrn McKrllrps D n Trerchel ' Rrchard Fred Jury Werner Joyce Hellrckson Paulrne Anderson Joyce Ander son S aron Knutson Chores Quall Davrd Anderson Roland WeLer ' Russell Schmrtz Ron nn Weltzrrr James Rerlly oh Jones Merle Potter Rrkky Ahl beta Jerry Rutoskr Mrlcc Mrclrel SON Row 'I Karen Westlund Jean nrne Asher Marrlyn Martrn Bob Hays John Schwcrtzer John rnson 9 Carol Jennrn 5 Francrs Allred Mary Mead Bar lnara Krrg Geraldrne Gagnon Corrnne Paulson ' Joyce Woess ner Sharon Rrclcard Sandra Holmberg Larry Granger Bob Johnson llo Hays Janette John ston 9 Carol Johnson Judy Ackerman Ben Massre James Nelson Roger Anderson Phrlrp Crandall -fl 4, H"':' I fl ' ' ,Vu iff" J . .1-,af fl' , , J 1 I . 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I I ' 9 , I I V , V I freshmen but It s great fun ow 1 Gr Kellor Roderrc Marschlce Harrnet Roe Carol Mnclcelson Janlce Hodneflelcl Ada Moore Nancy Brtoscht 9 Vrrglnua Thole Marlene Franz Janet Brunette Joan Aen Nathamel Aus Peter Chrnsten son James Mllen ' Roger Lemm Ronald Edlund Valaune Vtck Betty Garrow Beverly An derson Donald Sorensen Sandra Holznnger Laurlce John son Ralph Peterson Rrchard Pederson Wayne Moldenhauer Slap Ronntng Elllot Stolen Reucltow Robert Larson Rose marie Luecltke Shnrley Barnes Onalee Hadrtts Dennns Poor Lea Snyder ' Carol Emerson Betty Blorndahl Karl Wftlstroltw Janrce OConnell Joan Lovness Lorene Thompson Kenneth An derson Charles Bastel ' Davncl Moore Glenn Matteson ct Swnnton Jeanette Bluebauglt Julle Wason John Nelson Carol Slmons 9 Davrd Koenke Leroy Anderson Margaret Spregel Howorel Wlnges Dave Dettle Paul Berge Paul lsalcson Gerald Berg 7 Row I Duck Gebhard Charles Kemble Margaret Otis Colleen Jannettc Margaret Layegreen Penny Haas Jacquelyn Rrce Ban hara Hentges 5 Barbara Gay rnan Rlou Guston Sara Jane Brown Nancy Parker Jayonne Olson Peggy Marttn Lourse Wtl lvarns Cathy Smnth Colleen Fos naugh ' Alrce Schwartz Peter Wlnget Karen Rasmussen John Hagen Duck Lembke Jam Nres sen Euleen Thoennes Jantce Larson 9 Jtmmre Rutosla Bruce Hallen Jnm Ubel Roger Sterlaa Donald Quayle John LeClan John Sandqurst Leslve Hummon Jael Molmherg Pag e tlfly three 0 I ' j l rl' - f Y E I I Y V- x 301 R z C1'l , ' l , ll 1 z Q M , I , . . 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A X I eighth grade sharp growing pains Row T Wallace Crawford Fred Lnndng Jay Sanderson Frederuck Morlock Gerald Stokker Lee Schneuaer Kenneth Kluge Don Kelsey 9 Lorelen Rtc ert Janet Lotz Roberta Smtth Har xey Hansen Larry Houghton Wcxlly Loucks Gary Karpela 9 Nancy Rtce Davud Olson Luella Ouammen Peggy Bentz Suzanne Lemm John Mangney Sharon Venndunknn Judy Jacobsen 9 Ruta Mallett Carol Trower Caran Mooney Dean e Krlzan Lucy Atkinson Sharon Barthold Donald Swadburg Constance Burgess David Luckey Kenneth Barnes Ralph Underhtll 4 Rowl Carol Locketz Peter Med chull Bob Sorensen Gllbert Felt anne Rasmussen Erny Mc Dnarmtd Carol Kelle Martha Orwoll 9 Mary Parslow Ruta Palarune Ruth Langer Clanton Smuth Davud Passo Jalond Rob tnson Joanne Berg 9 Nancy Schweutzer Douglas Wnlke Lor rn ne Carlson Judy Engebretson Robert Hansen Larry Smuth David Hallgren Joan Sampson 9 Donell Harrls Kay Balcome Judy Dale Merlyne Johnson Alce Wayne Susan Peter Ron ald Saderlund 9 Bob Behrens LIVIO Monachest Patty Radke Leslue Hawkunson George Olson Jeffrey Ganfleld Kathervnc Free man Donald Pantzer Page fifty four Row 'l Lorratne Tcsch Marcua MacDonald Prtsctlla Thomas Ruth Macznewsku Mary Sper beck Mary Ann Aasen Judy Mulroy Lots Rlchter 9 Rtchard Reuchow Davvd Bailey Dale Johansen Roger Shephard Peter Ntemczrk Bob Mazzutello Ger ald Anderson 9 James Rade feldt John Otto Duck Kezler Wtlltam Sands Barbara Strom berg Phyllts Johnson Joanne Chrtstensen Gwen Pautz 9 Karen Kron Carol Schubrnng Nancy Scott Ted Fenske Todd Hunt Floyd Bedbury Mary Frank 9 Mary Manson Carolyn Hoeft Jean Karl Jerry Sanford, Luly Beth Wahlberg Jerome Juhl Layton Landstrom Sarah Chrnst ensen 9 O 205 E D y 1 B 1 i 4 T J , J A - ,, . g , , . - . 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' 1 , 308 seventh grade It s Cl wonderful life 177 w 'I anne Fahsl Afllllllill Stathas Duane Meemken Ron ald Anderson James Hurley James Roch Bruce Welob Glenn Rtchards ' John Rehfelcl Doua las Crandall Tornrny Dumont Ethel Whute Jerry Glove John Pen Bleyker Mrchael Garle rtcta R th 9 Sanlra ca Drone Johnson Larry Jnehl Jud, Bertrand Barbara Anderson Carol Wrmllcgrert Kntty Mont jomer Karen Laney Caro Oaknns ' Russell Godfrey La Mcntnn Georgann Kcclln Hog, Dahlen Loursc Brooktns Georg lselos Jnm Snlgen Ko on Trnke w 'l Bully Mltsch Roger IS brudt Gary Chrnstofcrson Dan ny Clemmons Mary Lou Kroona Donald Snycer Jack Johnson Kenneth Kloelc ' Donna Murphy Carolnne Wllke Barbara Ertck son Judy Peterson Joyce Patten Carol Ingerson Gordon Hens mtng Rohet Moflott Grenvtlt Foles 9 Davtd Matton Davnsl Hansen Vtfayne Nelson Arce Gregorson Karsten Glyung Bar bara Whtte Nancy Lnttlefleld Barbara Magnuson ' Jud Maehl Joyce Pruckett Darlene Zamzo VVayne Johnson John Galge Donald Murphy Edward Brustntan Sparr Roger Abraharnson Ruch ard Rtchter Rwchord Morruson Jannce Molnerg Carolyn Lemm Lorradnne Hess ' Ralph Geb hard Rnley Newman Mnlce Scott Joel Kerlan Dorothy Quinn Judy Zan Jon Morschke James Lec ' Jacqueline Roan Harxey Eh man Lee Snyder Peter Amy Jack Wennberg Bruce Maxson Mrk Guttersen Lyn Johnson Judy Armstrong ' Katherune Lundng Karen Munson Carleen Cooter Dyane Arhart Janet Manley Sally Burnham Sharon Meloy Sylvua Borgcson Page flfty Eve 0 I 0 it YZ. 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Qsw' -H' , rw A i . at 'il 7 " 'Twixt failure and success the poinf's so fine Men somehmes know not when they touch the lrne Then take the honey from the brfferest cup There rs no farlure save rn grvrng up X 1' xr xh MNRR X XR Q' ...Z ,ZX 'Lx vilxh jay ' 6 Q47 V lf, ' A f ' A Y 9 I l 433 ff' 6 -If SP0 w 54 R15 W an-. 1. 1, 'esp-1.54 vm 1 'LQTSE-"i ' ' L5 11. L,:,.1 w Y.v,,ff'Z'.,' ,, C., f --121410, .11-.pki':l1:s5I25. 2. football team wlns clty conference tltle Cnty Champions' That s the tltle the Murray eleven gauned for themselves through their sterling play on the gradlron during the l95l season Wlnnlng all but one conference game the Pulots captured theur thurd football title the others coming an 43 and 47 Figured to flnlsh about flfth In the conference the Prlots scored a small upset In the opener by com pletely outplayung Marshall I2 O Aklra Shlozakn and Jerry Knutson both scored Coming from behind In the last minute vvuth Franz Koeneke smashing tor has second touchdown the Pilot grudders nlpped Johnson l3 7 In the game which proved to be for the champion ship the Pllots pounded Harding 20 7 wuth Koeneke Shnozakl and Banning gatherung the TD s Malntaln mg their champnonshxp pace Murray shut out Hum boldt 32 O "4 4" I 'e 'Rex' ' hx? V i " 3 X :SM f 'Q 'lfglvlqfl ' X mms 1 gn-I 'QQ , s N gt 1 21 5,45- Vlctlms of an off night the Pilots were blanked l8 O by the tricky Wllson Redmen for thexr only con ference defeat of the season murrays prlcle the crty champs Row l Gary Quam Jack Veuman Franz Koeneke Tan: Bulllngton Bob Whnte Michael Vocovuch Jerom Bllstenn D lc Dan :els Bob Andr vrs 0 Coach Ralph Engebretson Roger Davrdson Peter Banmng Akrra Shrozakn Jack Smuth Jnm Barley Gerald Knutson George Corley Bull Rnllrng Chuck Massre John Sampson Jam Smrth 9 Phnl Granovskf Mgr Dowd Crandall Jim Rapp Rod Magnuson Edwin Stelnwall Ronald Nelson Bob Barnes Clarence Walker Dan Ullyot Buzz Grove Warren Nel son 9 Warren Henderson Bernard Pregler Fred Hacland Jm Swadburg Jack Gottlieb Jnm Taylor Melvrn Soderholm Mr George Rose ig 4' f :nf 1 41 Sl 4 Page tlfty eught Jie. 5 , - - e- so so s-41"o' T- -- -- - .TT-T'f'.lQ't.. T -7 -3- ' ' . ' ' """' "1"" WF". " at-'aug v '1' V rf. 3 ' " Es", 5 .. . 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I l - . . h . . 1 ' - l J 4 . , Q I z , ' , , 1 " , ' , ' ' , e i ', ic - M X l,"l if ' 1 :.-S ' Don Dcnnuson of Southwest noes hugh unto the our to catch a pass In the Twnn Cnty game but Dlcll Daniels Roger Dovld on and Dan Ullvat close an fast to stop hum for only a short ann In tue ballet stvle Bob Barnes blocks a pass untended or a I-'urnboldt nlayer as Tom Bnlllngton left slaps to the rescue tally and two more by Koeneke proved to be too much for Mechantc Arts as they bowed 20 O to the steadlly tmprovung Murray eleven Grand the Greenies was the battle cry as the Pulots dropped Monroe 26 O IH the homecoming game A sensatlonal catch by Roger Davudson on the Eve cunched the game lor the Pilots Flnlshlng the season wuth a l3 O victory over tough Centzal the St Paul Champuons made ready to lace Its a long may aound for Monrces Wnttenbug with Mnke Vocovlch comlng In ro break up the end run A stonewall as solter than the reslstance offered to Don Dennison by Verman Davndson Knutson and Daniels durung an aft tackle play by Southwest Southwest scored early twnce to begun the game at Memorlal Stadium By the half the Mlnneapolxs Champuons had three more TDs brlngtng the score to 33 O In the second halt Venman trapped Kassmur for a safety and Bannmg went over for a touchdown but thus was not enough as the game ended wuth Murray loslng -40 8 Verman and Koeneke made the tlrst All Cuty team whale SlWIOZOl4I earned a second team spot Page tTlt5 n no Q ' - 4 f' . ' . . Vccovich's recovery at a blocked punt for the Erst Southwest of Minneapolis in the Twin-City game. 1- l . The Twun Cuty game wuth South west culmaxecl a successful season for th Pulot grud team Despute the lnducns early leod the Murray men fought back strongly to actual ly outscore Southwest un the second half Mulle Vocovuch one of Mur rays outstonclung lunemer' takes the snotlught n thus actuon shot from the Twun Cuty game .----I ....--- ....-- u-o 1 Q g - I I grucl team guves promusung pucture for future Startung from scratch at the begunnung ot the sea son the B grudclers managed to wun two out of Coach Robert Rutters B team was the passung conu theur tuve conference games Openung the season bunatuon ot Rolf Amlancl to Duck Schoonover Other gpullung the lndugmg, 13 O Lgggeg came frgm Wulson t-lobrough Despute losung theur champuonshup posutuon 0 13 Meghgmg Ang, 6 I3 Gnd Cemugl O 9 The 500 the uunuor men seem well qualufued to carry on the sons last vvun came from Monroe l87 tuaclutuon ot strong football teams to come out at Typucal ot th promusung prospects tuunecl out by Murray B Squad Row l Bob Colvun Bob Larson Raymond Neetzel Whute Aus James Tort . Gub Lauson Bob Brown Roger Olson Ruclc Auuuy Leo l.uclNug Ray Notch Douglas Sturmer Ray Swunton Ruch Manl-fe Leon Goodruch ' Albert Langer Jerry Werner Phul Hobuough Bob Gruber Rolf Amland Bob Smuth Graham Johnson Bull Panck Duane Brunkrruan John Kecher Rouunue Taylor ' Mr Robert Rutter Jerry Berg Duck Fueld Norm Johnson Duck Pederom Ra Hagermau Doua Rudolf Chuck McCarl Laury Hulderbuand Jum Landus Jock Lungofelt Page suxty . . . Tv.-l 1-if--yu .. -1-A-4 e , . . . . ' . ' , Q ..... -.Ru W .' , I I ' ' O O O O ,, ,, . . I . 1 1, 1, - - against Humboldt, the lunior men playecl hne ball in notables on the squad were John Krohn and Phil , 6 . . M , ,- , . u u II Il l 1 1 ' A 1 1 I 1 Y R1 Y 1 1 ' J 1 A 1 camera catches tense moments s rnrrc ougrt go c do rr J rnc rugc J D losrnc To V Q OU V V7 l S O C Q HV V Vw V orr r rs 39 3 Nor c c 60 SO onc Breda 42 3g A strong Hop rr rrrr cfm rr Q c Coq: rs got oft To cr slow Torr yy o rrrc Johnson Murray proved Too Tougrr for Mcrrslror' Jorrrc o r irc r 1 To L 1 IH ro 6 or cronrc Arrs bowed to Murray as Dow Crcrrrcto rnz Kocrrokc ond Bob Pcrrnrs crll rt The r drgrt column rung thc Cnrrstrrros lrolrdoy re Prro uc kcteors Traveled to Mankato and Werl Altnoogrr rosrng both of the e gorrres the Prlors mode o ine slrowrng and gorned needcd experrence ogornst Two of The states trrglrly rcrrfci Teonrs Tlro gornc wrrr Mankato wos o lreortbreoker o the Aor rrcs os? O porr Vu Mor U xfur Mor Vror Mn r r Dave Crandalls shoonng and F P al arcLn't olof ere vrtal factors rn many h Pr t ctorres Along wrth Franz Koeneke Daw- was hrnh scorer for the Prlots In the above prcture Daw shows rm as rum s h rnto the arr to drop o freld aoal agarnst Monroe baskets that counted 'rrso L shr 1 a Mc tronrc Monroe Wrl on Wcrstrrrrcrrorr Hun bolrtr Hu drna f'Ur Play oft Games H xrdr rg srrrnqton Monroe 'NFS-11" , 51. , ,f . K. , 1' N 512 run., X Jllffxr QLLA ' .4 ' 12- U' Ln.. First Row: Clorenrv VVrrlkr-r, Riclrgrrd Sirnfl, Jock Ve'-rrrmn, Bolr Brrrrrvs, F':rn7 Kor rrr I-Q-, Dum Crrsrrrfrrll Rrf5r.rr'ci AV7fiL'Y5Cr7r, .lcznrfls Paorl--.r 0 John Sfrrrrn-rrrr, Parrrre Joirrrrrnsfn, Rrctrzzrft Ofrw-rr Erlr Writer, Qlftrtzuz SW? rrgyf-' BW RW na, Cofrctr Gvorw- Ross. Purge srwryfone bucketeers make district playoffs UQ! 1 Q 0+ T IDU J V 'V VL Cil L, KJV! Q K Oli fi X V O Q x J FUN Q K Q Ov J HT CI Q ll 9 W CCIHK J 1 nil Wi is J ci 1 Ll im 1 i F 1 J k i into LIL! 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Poi B A 1, time Tiickiosi iiicpiiilaoi' of Tim 51 d, sh - 9 Vg ski! in rho Top picture cis he os Q iiof on! pnissfs fi io sei p 1 oro, P viding 7 Q ro- bo ' 'f Cn' o r Q Biil Miiifi' nfl Ficn .1 , -' 1li,,C, 'f' 12. iii , iq f TA 'f' i , The ' Gwfi I ' Ko: Q 1 , is iunip shots froin the Ai-Joi V ,, . lrst ow Uh! all att A nr Ill Ll n L r ra ovslcy A t o sort L r Ju l l-lat ll Ru Jlll SON Oilfl Vt! Ill l Vw diving and crawling, Mum mr lceet compctrtton rn the conlercncc Coached by Mr Howard Hathaway the aquatic minded Murrayrtes ci rtied hyc mcn rn the city time trials and went on o ta Ing life In Sfflde the thin clads won three straight dual meets Under the able direction of their newly acquired faculty coach M Howard l-lathaway the Pilot harrrers won the opener from l-lard ing 23 36 and went on to defeat Humboldt 24 35 and fx kv 2 'x 1 sn tale one hr t r lace two seconds a tourth and a hlth rn the meet o captains Judd Harmon and Tony Andersen turned rn fine performances along with the Pilot nedley team made up of Robert Wall Judd Harmon and Clark Smith l-lcnry Wec ber also placed rn the meet Mechanic Arts lf? lil The trrp to Duluth forthe tnvrta tional brought ninth place Led by Gordon P rclcett who took second the cross country men placed third rn the city meet oter tl gruel ing Highland course Standouts ot the season were Douglas Currence Ronald Werrter and Gordon Prtclcett Hx Row 1 Mtlcc Much- ov Boy t, ra ne Ron Werner Walter u rcs James Jensen Miles locl-etz Hcnty KNeel. r C Vwull Deng Currence Gordon Prrclmctt o er Barley D ck Olmcn Don Rohm son Tony Andersen X, M R xii L. 'X 1- J Paqe sixty thr e F' R : Lillf,tt'll'i Bro tis . Rcrlifrit VV , VV trrr r lt ,,, H- N 0 Ht- -r, wx..-if-, -L ,1- Cl r Sm, lr, Philip 5 'E'-' G it t r 0 -z lt f F' try fxrrrlr-rsvrt, Rrllttllll 5 v f Pc-fe: , lr? li-c T All clt -rv, tsau 'Y lp, A tnon . Uri tt' , C l Ho f ,l V R Hn'lt.t wry, CWI lcxn i l l ctw. - ,Z QA , b Y P . t 3 X u a o 1 -5 3 ,I 4 M! F l ' . men placed fourth in the city standings despite the C - '. , I 4 ' I - 'T 3 , . . . ' ' ' 1' 1 . 5 . X I . A I K I qu It H X ' 'I ' - ' t 2 ' : A , ' - . ko Q Q U ' . - ' ' ' A f - . . 4, V' ' ll' ' ' . A ,f ' we - I . A . VL 5 t, l '3 r r, 6 l ' -, ' . - . 1' . ' H 9' ' ' , X ' "sq B b t 5 I A ' . X ' R Q ' i . V K Q A . ll X ' A 1 . 6 . 5 , Q I 4 'Q 'J ln 7 2' ., ' . My 5. Q -' 3 f- 4 is I ' I ' ' ' '- ' 'N Q -- r' " : A 1 , X' . . , ,fr N K- ' K '- e, K IN hockey team IS famous out murray way For the tlrst time an four years a Murray hockey noment Ott to a good start nn conference play the Ptlot Ducksters fouled to come through wtth o victory nn the playoffs tor a chance at the PeJ on IV Cham pnonshup Wuth Bob Kohnen and Jerry Barnes supplylng the goals the Pilots opened the season by edging out Monroe Showlng themselves to be a trncky well coached team the Murray ncemen took the next game from Washtngton and gave goalue Jock Renken a shutout over Central Wtlson the Pulots arch ruvals handed the Murray men theur tlrst defeat After tranlung for two pertods Wnlson s Luttrell scored early In the final pertod and once again In the closing minutes to put the game on ace for the Redmen Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Playoff Murray Murray Games ICEMEN OF 52 Monroe Washungton Central Wtlson Hordmg Humboldt Johnson Mechamc Arts Humboldt Wnlson Vtluth less than two mlnutes In the game Don Mal tons ten toot shot slapped unto the nets to tue the game wntn l-lardung Humboldt and Johnson out skated the Pnlots to claum shutouts over the Murray sux Murrays chances In a playolt berth were nar rowed as Marshall deodlocked the Pnlots In the next to tlnal game A vuctory over Mechanuc Arts was a must for the Murroyttes to clalm a spot In the playoffs The wtn ning goal for the Pilots came after only thlrty three seconds of play Traaner goalte Pat Doddaruo stopped Furst Row Rodney Moanuson Dan Ullyot Jerry Barnes Jack Gottlteb Bob Kohnen Dan Weglettner 9 Coach Al Sandberg Peter Ban mng Ron Nelson Jock Smtth Gllbert Larson Art Allen on Melton Buzz Grove Jack Renken l Page snxty four . M. W t X fa Q' ,L l Cf ' TF "1 l of . ' l ss U M l by , , 5 fx fl lx ,mgw A . t t L 1 to new f M fr so - , 4 3 l . . yt 1 . 2 t 1 . 1 . . . O 0 team failed to gain entry into the State Hockey Tour- Murray 0 Mqrghgll . I ' ' 1 ' ' , CE - 2 ' . . . , . l Scrappy Buzz Grove races Johnson A dangerous spot for the Murray ncemen but Peter Banmng ard Dan Ullyot have tt ll d t l the team u to clear the puck away from the Murray net tended number 9 for the puck nn the scene at the we un er con ro as y p left from the Murrav Johnson game by Jack Gottlleb Other Pilot men Include .lerrv Barnes Buzz Grove and Arthur Allen Don Mlltons shot but Jerry Barnes came In fast to drlve IH a rebound pass from Mllton An Ol'lSId9 decrsnon dxsqualthed a score by the tratners In the tlnal peruod for a shutout by goalle .lack Gottlieb pntted against second place Humboldt Although uslng three lanes to wear down Humboldt the Mur ray men were outskated by the powerful shootung Indtans Humboldt led all durlng the game and Hnushed nn a blaze of furv to forge ahead by a four pornt margun Arthur Allen scored the lone goal for Breolung up a Murrav break headed bv Buzz Grove and Jack Smith ns Mechamcs defenseman Norman Norwlclu Goalle ss Pat Daddarlo the Pulots Murray agaun faced Wilson for the Regton IV consolation but failed to stop the Redmen to revenge the earller defeat Rodney Magnuson earned an All Cnty second team went to Jerry Barnes and Dan Ullyot for their work at the blue line whale Don Milton and Bob Kohnen claimed credut as forwards Although handicapped by the weather the hockey team managed to stay unbeaten for e second straught year Trylng hard to put the puck past the Hardmg goalne Don Adams are .lerrv Barnes and Bob Kohnen Commg un to asslst as defenseman Jerry McCoy Paqe snxty flve l ln the first game of the playoffs, the Pilots were spot with his flne play at defense. Honorable mention ' ' ' ' I IIB!! ' ' I I th diamond men have rough year Errors can be cosTlv as The Murray nrne coached by Mr RoberT l2rTTer proved durrng The l95l season losrr g every conlerence garne The PrloTs Tlnrshed The season rn The cella posnron In non conference play oTs Pc A erny 4 an Agnes 80 Mrnneapolrs Marshall and ST Thomas Academy spelled doonr for Thc Murray drarnond rnen by cl opplng Thc PrloTs 5 2 ard 21 l respechyely VNashrngTon The delendrng charnprons were T3rsT on The conlerence schedule as They dropped Murray l3 3 PrloT prTchers Penble and Hrlrnanowsla showed ine Torrn rn allowrng only Three hrTs buT errors and unearned runs gave Hardrng a 73 yrcTory rn The second garne Sophomore Gunnar Nelson prTched good ball buT agarn errors puT The Prlots on The shorT end of a 8 7 score wrTh XNrlson The nexT Two deleaTs cane Trorn Mechanic P-rTs 6 2 and Monroe 7 6 Farlrng To corne Through aTTer eg T hrTs The Prlof bowed To Johnson 2 4 Fo rTeen sTrrl4eouTs shuT ouT Murray 3 O rn The c ash K i L 59,0 0 0 O Q vx f -.1 I., Q ..,. A17 ii' wrTh HunrbolclT Marshall won :Ts TTrsT ganre 96 To puT Murray rn The conferencc cellar The flnal garne rnadc rT nrne sTrarghT losses as The PrloTs Tell To Cen Clyde Pernble Lloyd Hrlnranowsla and Gunnar Nc son nrade up C Tlne prTchrng sTafl for The PloT nrne and Jeronre BrllsTern Fred Swensen and War ren Nelson canre Through wrTh cr few good hrTs durrng The eason More breaks and less errors could have rr ode The baseball season more prosperous for The PrloTs VVrTh only four players graduahng The 52 Tcarn rrray Turn rnTo an expcrrenced ball club whrch could Tlnrsh The season wrTh a hrgher posrhon rn The conlerence sTanclrngs rrsT Row funn c n 6 1 rr ucl- y r rr w XL rn 1 u o 4 r lu r o TL anr 5 we o Tncn AlbeT Lan We Pa e Ty X! X O ' X 'xl' r X . , N O 5 S . rx. ' a M ,I U u I I .f v ll 5 Q- ' lj f 1 I ' X. ' ' A ' fr Q 'I V - A - I s A if The Pr: Sprrrefr srl ur Curr , rr. , d srl - . , Tral, 6-2. . . I . , V xl I . . i , I . Q i h. ' , ' nlne f , l - . A ' ' 'A ' rr' ' s , - ' l 4 , F' : 1 rrr Nc-lscn, la lx Re lc,-r, lfulc ren N1-lion, B u Brll-1Trin, llo rl Hrlnc TO sla, Cl-I lf- Per lmlrq Ray l IT, R q-r' Daflrlson, Bug! Gr"3w ' Coacl Ro et l23TTer, R r rlrl Swllrrclx, Cl,rr'r,-me Wlrlla-r', J uS Preu, Bob Barnes, Frvl S -nsen, B lr Ki' -, ' r' ger. .. . K t X X, I - - s. xv ri f 'r ,- Q- ' ' A r li , 3 , ' rr r 1 " , e ll - ' - .X f xl T ,el X 1 A X! , , wt-XX 1 X 'AQ fl X 5 Q. V g - x ,ff X Vu N ' lll I lx ll ll ll ll Xllr Xl rl K ell T.. 577 r of me xl H ' I 5 ' -'I f , 1 I l F ' ' 0 I , . 'W 4' - , ' .V g ' , A , jf' Q slx--:lf school intromurols rotate with the seoson's moods Formed wrth tl e ldeo ot grvrng crll boys cr chcxnco to portncrpote an some sport the rntrornurnl program has grown un populorlty ond octlvrtues Most enloy oble among the soorts offered as bosketboll Entered rn thus yeors leogue were Eve teoms Octohedrons Y cquod The Deodheods clonmed the chornpronshrp by vvrnnmg oll therr gornes Hrghlrght of the hockey pro grom wos the unter closs tournorvent whrch the Sopho mores won by deteotung the Junrors In the eorly sprung bovvhng enthusuosts come Into therr own os once o week the boys gother to try theur hond ot becoming the weeks chomp The obove pncture shows Bob Moncrret ond Bruce Johonnson mokrng one of their monv strrkes os John Kreuthrnener ond Ron Sounders vvotch opprovlngly Less strenuous but rust os excntrng ot tunes ore the tost moving Ping pong tournoments John Kreuth merer ond Warren Nelson show how nts done ond others wont therr turns Crock shots develop from rrfle target shootrng Mr Robert Schonke explolns the technnque of oumrng to Roger Thorson Woyne Bornes ond Stonley Wunker Page s xty se P1 r , A . I . . , I I Luck Five, Moncrief's Monsters, Deodheods, ond "B" , . ' I - v I golf, tennls enthusiasts garner lnollvlcluol honors 'NG 'T' golfers Furs! Row Robert Moncref Ronan Borkon Dome-I Weglentner 9 Horold Grove Rtchord Rchordson Bruc .lohonnsen Rtchord Heclen trorn tennis men Furs! Row Roold Hougcm Arthur All n Hc old Olsen Jome Boley 9 Poul hrstenson John Kreuthrneuer Robert Beard Bnl Muller Couch Georqe Rose Poqe saxty f tqht juni ot l nlxntgn lsl!tISll9Cl the son with co ot we wins ond three deteots Cpentng, the seoson ot Pholen the Pllots nte w 1 Johns n Rnchorcl Heclenstront ond Don Vtlcglfltner l th hot 525 Spllllllg l-lcncllng Ronton Borlcon ns ow 1 tn wuns oy r fyluchonuc Arts Monroe Wrlsort Cen r 1 the tenclung chonwpuons ond Wosh lngton dropped the Murroy lnnlc nten Rlchorcl l-leclenstront shot c l76 oncl Don Weglel ner t' nswecl with o l83 IU the C chontpuonshup nteet ot Keller A ton seoson resulted In Htth ploce tot the Murroy rocquet wlelcleus John Kreuthmeler fur nlshecl the power Ill the singles l wlnnnng oll but two ot hs :notches Doubles notobles were The netters lost thexr tlrst two nches to Holding 4 o Jotnson 32 A shutout over Monroe O5 wos followed by three strought losses Wilson 3 Q Centrol 5 O ond Humboldt 3 2 Woshtngton ond Morsholl both fell l 4 to wnnd up the seoson Roolcl l-lougon wos lylurroys entry Ill the Cnty tournontent ws' 9?",:7 win iils... 'I0 IWW' o o . . O pil i ' X ' , 1l95l U, Seo ' Cl re rd F H 5 , .w -,H y t A . I - , "gs, .vv :S X . . ' LQ Y' ' ' J Q - Rr" 1 Q ' lost the et itl o . Q., Ah, - ' rjftoffvwy ' . I V' A f' Y Jo s ' in Q wc l rnor ' ' e l sg, H 1 1 f Q , 'f Klllfl Morsholl, t cl, Cle- - X 1 A . s, 1 , t tn' l ' ' ity 1.- A H V gy ' ' i --"'QS,,qLv-f"f U M fr: Q Horolcl Olsen oncl Jontes Boiley. ff' N 3 . . ' 4 ' M ' . ntct , ' ' , -l, ncl . 55 l , , - . F . I - ' W ' - J ' , - , , - . . r . I , A li I , e , ' A ',, - ' ' 3 ' X P,- , : , e , rr- I X E .5 ' , 5 I C i , sq.. X' ' , , ' ' , l X X X l 'Il' - ' Ah 4-e I tt ---W If ts 'P -"Kr 4' --ji x mfe ii, H+- - - " Q Trackmen blaze new trails F1 - 'Ti l'i1S73CP5! Eiil was .MQ 1380- ll - iQ -Il-' !Q QW! QB IQ If -3' fr--1 semor varsrfy 1 'Q A ow sT Row Drclc Slnd wrn crwcrl er 1 an me rr Geclr Knu son lcclc Vermdn Ron VNerncr Axrro o clcr 9 H rolcl Olsen Davd Crcrncall ChcT Pelcrson Drclc Dnnrels Jrrrr Dr me Douglos Currcnce Roy MrlTon Franz Keene e Jrrrr Deane was agarn Top nran rn The Murray Track prcTure In The Me-TropolrTan Jrrn seT a new Indoor record by eclrpsrng The old rnrle record ol four rrrrn uTes and 42 2 seconds by 4 2 seconds Led by Harlan Sween Jrm Deane l-larold Olsen and Karl Keller The senior varsrTy Traclcnren won hve sTrarghT dual nreeTs The PrIoTs Took Tour TTrsTs rn The relay carnrval l3uT ClISClUCllIlTCC1llOI1S gave The nreeT To Marshall lr rumor varsrfy The CarleTon Relay The PrloT medley relay Hrrrshed TTrsT Tor The only wrn by a ST Paul Team Franz Koenelce alarmed second Tor The l2O hugh hurdles wlrrle running wrTh The Tvvrn CrTres besT enTrres rn The ST Thomas Relays The crTy hnals broughT Tour more TTrsTs for The Prlof runners The Junror VarsrTy had anoTher successful season as They placed Thrrd rn The conference sf R w Plrrl orrrcrr rrrsor lrorr ooc c or son Jrrrre Non Peter Bcrrrnrn Go or fl c eTT rr or arc orrrrld N ucrlr ro x n arson OJCT orn Sampson P I O vrouqlr Roberr Bovxr 9 3 Ga l rq T fo r ur Q :nr Rchcrro Arrccr on .lcrne Rap Jarrre Jen en Wr rcrrr an Diwali nie: -1 X I ..., Nm lsx' '1....f' ., V , F . Ax, . , . 1 Q A v H , X 1 : 4 5 'S ' ' ' 1 , , f 1- ' l . v Y ' - 4,1 r 1: , f - X T , rr - f dn' .ml l l ' .sf x 'J' rf E, . y . - 4? T, l . ff U O Fir : 1 , Ed ' ST -l T l, Karl Kell ', Hc rl S f e , :'1 1 T , .T ' ' 1 'V ' M' Shr - lr ' gr- , , i - l , -grfr' , 1' , ' , ' Q: , ' 4 , r ' , ' ' -lc . l . . Fir O : ' frdf-s, Bc-rnrrrcl Coal-, NJ T ,lol r, - G lrr lr, R Jer' Ol. , c ,S on, ' E, fd ' Drr lc , DQ Robinson . R Jer B l r,', R C' Q r, Dfl V'cTfrner', To 1 lc' , F2 l r' Fcrini, .l l , , h'l H - r K , r' ' Bel r rr y, Dirk Olnrcn, Mll r X. co-urcl, G 'y uc , T ' l '5 , r s p, 2 S , flrrrr Ullr.'oT, 'll 1 P elc. . - 0 ,A , .gun 5 - ,, ' -- "' x . -H' . .V T .iv ,.k:s 'T ' ,, Tl ', r, y. . , -' 1 ' f x 'K I ' 1 ' ' ' 4 pg r T F ' ' N. T " r -V ."" . 1 ' ' I ,WF ' 4 Ml 5 -- -f riff .'. ' I .Tr ..- N ' T .' M' I Ax 'K sf c 'ih , 15" JA' ' I ' X 'N T ' Y 7 ' . x lg l L N A , .K 5 , . X r . 4 'Y , T , Y h ere sprin g sports Ilb reak out all OVGI' .sa ,,,.,.. "P Leadungv the sports parade In the wonderful lufe at Murray are the sprung sports of golf and track Always a contender for the htle IS the Pilot golf squad Proof that youth IS no hundrance to the old mans sport the Murray llnkmen could gnve plenty of competutuon to older golfers Here showlng S fi 'O' H 'X th us Coach Albert Sandberg as Gilbert Larson tees up the ball Dave Crandall seems to be up nn the aur over track Dave makes pole vaultlng seem easy as he glides over the ten and one half foot level Out In front as usual as Murray hurdler Harold Olsen In a meet at Central Stadlum e proper form I ll V aw I -L 1 y 1 ,N I KX g yay is A -5, A 1 A Q , . ' 5' 15 .Q T. r ' l1:fx,i x - - in gl, A- . -74 l l ' P 1' Q Y' ,- 9, ' Q l t lr "fl my s so J M A My 14. N M ' 41 "m" club men follow traditions When it comes to leading a wonderful lite, the "M" men take the honors. Theirs is the thrill ot well- earned contests. These boys learn, too, how to take defeats in stride. Every member has the privilege of wearing a coveted letter and participating in honors that come their way. One outstanding event of the year was the City- Row 1 Jerry Barnes Bob Ba nes Roaer Davidson M Ralph tngebretson Jack Veimon Ronald Nelson Gordon Prickett ' Bob Noncrief Roald Haugen Bob Beard Jerome Bllstein Phil Granovsky Jim Smith Jim Bailey ' Don Ullyot Richard And rson Clarence Walker Franz Koeneke Jock Renken Ronald Weiner Dick Daniel Championship Football banquet held at the St. Paul Athletic Club. The heroes declared that it was U banquet to end all banquets as literally mountains ot delicious food disappeared, In mid-winter the club co-operated with Boys' League to sponsor a school movie. In early spring the "M" boys and the G.A.A. held their annual spring banquet for members and faculty members. Now the "M" Club members are looking forward to the yearly letter assembly when the Alumni Award for the best athlete ot the year will also be given. Last year's winner was .lim Deane. Adviser of the "M" Club is Mr. Ralph Engebretson. Row 'I Warren Nelson Peter Bannna Mchael Vocov ch Mr Rolrn Enqeb etson Tom Billington John Kreuthmeier David Crandall 9 Edwin Steinwall George Carley Bob Kohnen Daniel Wegeitner Douglas Currence Akira Shiozoki Bob Wall 5 Rod Magnuson Bob Vwhite Judson Harmon Bill Miller Dick Slind Tony Andersen Harold A Olsen 'ff' 1 . up-' i . . ' 7 'vi :l 1 ' i 0 4 . 2' . af ' 3 r V I 4 i T 3. T r fi ' 3 ' , I 5 II I T Q Q . v : , i' , J 7 , :'. : V , iv, i 1, , ' , ' , .l . , ' J: - r , ' , ', ' -1 l 'i , , 5 I, J I I V , , . I. .V. . I , , I. f y . . .I '5 i 1 . I f ll 1 1 R ' I J . a 'ki .hm , 'T 0 N iii, ,h W 555: af -- f M bi -L 2 'a K.. , ,H 9, .A+ Y N 4 . 1 1 5. Flu Q i S X f ww K' D. , sn, h ki ng- . where there rs fun for everyone A sport tor every gurl and a gurl un every sport rs the slogan ot Murrays G A A Beginning with the tall interests the gurls enuoyed archery soccer and horseback rudung On G A A days members engaged un the out of door actuvutues When the winter weather ruled rn door play the order the gurls became interested un bowling Twenty tive teams entered the tournament Another winter sport that proved popular and stimulating was basketball Then Murrays mermauds tound en royment swimming during the months at February and March The out ot doors was not by passed by the gurls who love the winter sports program that included Volleyball was the popular sport un early sprung as was table tennis Agaun archery was uncluded for the sharp shooters The seasons late sport board plans work Q, X srlfy rf gg:-lie? S lk NNVSUJ-"3""v X5,.... , L- 1 emma! brought softball cnd tennis fans while tumbling artists performed during the entire year On the socual sude G A A helped wuth the home coming dance and combined with the M Club forthe annual banquet Oftiucers for l95l 52 were Karen Mattson presr dent Dolores Massue yuce presudent Loretta Tesch treasurer Glenna Loney secretary GAA chalked up another successful year under the drrectuon or Miss Patricia Puschel eoe Hass c Po o ru tsc csv I oo er Cc ral B ry eo gc age mar f para uebaurl lv' log Karor Matt on Page seventy th ee . V ' ' of , .s A Xu u u 0 l 1 C' I I l I sb' X X on 2 X 1 . A ' x , . . . ' mi' 1 I , n g . . , Q I A f- ' X A If h f I y A j ,Q l - - . ' . . T -' -9- ,442 A ' ..' .ff ' I , ' , L' W f V Tv is Y W A K V , . r - '-" 'Q' .i-..-ceq ' l l ---1.--..-. N H I . . . , - 1-Q-in --vt 1, in , q I ' I Y . l . . I ' ' ' Il ll ' ' ' . l . tobogganing, skating, and skiing. , - - r A I 11 l 11 1 F ' ' ' ' D,I rs ue, Su, r slrek, Dolores Mfussuc, J o NAU? hlfcrr, lovr,-ttrr T lu, lfrr'-, MrCfur , Csfrrol Vruralan . .lf"rrr gurl l gh , u er' , G , r ir H rr' r , Burl Bl K3 1, .lcrAnr1 .9 r, r 5 . if A s X , 5- V , r .L N f Q Q r , A l . L i 1 ' u X! At-7' ommuncfg UFCAQJ j06tel' Q 6, ,Sp9LI'ltuCl! gl'0bUtA 'gf' ST ANTHONY PARK METHODIST CHURCH Como at Hullsade REVEREND WILBER D GROSE Pastor COMO PARK LUTHERAN CHURCH I547 Sheldon Avenue REVEREND 0 E SCHMIDT Pastor ST ANTHONY PARK LUTHERAN CHURCH 2323 Como Avenue REVEREND ALVIN G. LEWIS, Pastor P g eventyafour CORPUS CHRISTI CHURCH Buford and Cleveland Avenues REVEREND J L GUINNEY Pastor HOLY CHILDHOOD CHURCH Pascal and Midway Parkway REVEREND JOHN BUCHANAN Pastor ST ANTHONY PARK CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 2129 Commonwealth Avenue REVEREND EDWIN C. JOHNSON, Pastor What's a Yearbook Without an Engraver? ENGRAVING COMPANY DESIGNER AND PHOTO ENGRAVERS St Paul Mmnesota 54 -.1 ff? vfui S The answer to the questlon at the top of the page IS A serres of blank pages Not only does the engraver reproduce and retouch the photographs wlthm the annual but he also glves wlse aclvlce concerning layouts themes and prlces Here Mr Carol Brown secretary of Greene Engravnng Company helps The Pllot s advertlsmg staff Delores Maczlewskn Sandra Kroona and Mary Vlk with page make up The gurls know that superior workmanshlp IS always a mark of Greene Engravmg Company P9 tv S . ' I . -4 . is ...S - -.U f 1 I? ' 1 . . A . M D I A ,i ' ' - N' ,v . . ' S- 5 -A "Sq ffm 7 ,.':.-. , fx zigzag ,?'3:.'..w'2v gl'-,L - A 1 ' . . " , A I-'Tb' so SAXXX5 . . ,, . I ll . . . . . . . I I I . . . ' I I . , . . . . I I I . . . . . . I ' ' . . o e seven N Seated ss Loss Gslbert of Murray Hugh School who wsth Tom Bsllsngton sensor and Mrs Cora Roedler of Gollsng Studso study poses and folders What do you thsnk Tom? snqusres Loss Gslbert as she and Tom Bsllsng ton are selectsng the folders for thesr respectsve class psctures Toms answer ss typscal of the average sensor boy who conssders thss pscture taksng bussness a necessary evsl when one becomes a sensor They all look alske to me Tom finally answers Mrs Cora Roedler secretary at the Gollsng Studso has the task of helpsng sensors to make wsse decsssons sn thesr chosce of folders Gollmg Studso has served Murray Hsgh School for several years as officsal photographers of The Pslot 514 Msdlcsnd Busldsng S-I-UDIQ GArfseld l740 S W. . .,' 1 1 nf k I , 5 . f L f A . X ,, H . ,, . . . . . . , . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . ,, - ll , . . . . ' I I . . . . . . . . . D o o o o Tuck It Away FISHER PHCTO SUPPLY For a Ralny Day c ST ANTHONY PARK STATE BANK D k o Spple P so Photo F p 381 383 M fa Sf GA 3112 Flne Class Rings Announcements 'Yearbooks Awards osten 5 Foshay Tower Arcade No e pols 2 M esof H A PETERSON Rp ff 'A' 0 ameras 0 Film O O ar ro m u i s Sf. aul, Minne fa , , , 0 mlshmg Member Federal Deposit I s Cor orafion - inneso . . V J . 134 Minn a i , inn a . . , e res ' S a ,con aiwleiglzfd .gzololoing Cinfer -f if i It it--fl -,1 as si A FALCON HEIGHTS HDWE. FLAHERTY LANES 1539 W. Larpenteur 1550 W. Larpenteur Ml. 5933 PR. 5595 MOl.l'1'OR'S WINFREY'S VARIETY 1548 W. Larpenteur 1532 W. Larpenteur MI. 8000 Ml. 7849 BlSHOP'S APPAREL FOR LADIES AND MEN 1540 W. Larpenteur PR. 1364 A vital part of the Murray Community is the Falcon Heights Shopping Center noted for high quality bargains in merchandise and for excellent recreational facilities. P 3 nty-f-iqlut clot dot ash Shop for FAIRWAY FOODS Have you seen any spots before your eyes lately? If you havent you wlll Because spots le dots are a great bug fashion for sprung PARK DRESS SHOP 2276 Como Ave St Paul 8 Mmn BLOMBERG and KLEINART Located near Murray Como at Doswell FINLAYSON S Cleaners and Tailors The Best of Service 2234 Carter Ave Ml 3103 For lndrvlduallty In Flowers CALL HAIRCUTS DEY BROS GREEN HOUSES C t FI P tt cl PI t U owen o e 'ms ARTS BARBER SHOP We Telegraph Anywhere 1215 No Dale corner Maryland 2315 como Avenue HU 1397 GALLAGHER 66 SERVICE Greaslng ancl Tlre Repairs Lexington and Larpenteur HU 9928 Your Headquarters CIDCI 0' MARKET STATIONERY and SCHOOL SUPPLIES Complete FOOD SERVICE MILLER PH ARM ACY and LOCKER SYSTEM Cgrng qnd Dqswell NE, 1437 N. Cleveland NE. 6509 P 1 at I .' 'I I . o I . Q I - at I ' I ll ll I f N mlm lim llllAlL JM., Q 250 EAST FIFTH STREET + ST. PAUL 1, MINNESOTA Business Men Get Together '31-'U XXX there IS When buslness men get together always a problem to solve Thls tlme Mr Al Muellerlelle VICQ presldent of North Central Publlshlng Company and Ph1l1p Snyder and Iohn Kreuthmuer huslness manager and as slstant manager of The Pilot have to declde whether the budget can stand the cost of the layout q f dx if 'ls- T rf? XE: '1"Q- One thlng IS certaln The managers Wlll re CGIVG expert advlce from Mr Muellerlexle who not only knows the prlntlng busmess but xx ho also enjoys worklng xx 1th young people North Central 1s noted for lts frlendly attl tude and lts excellcnt rccmd lox outstandlng 'fYP08I'3PhY .T A 'Jn' K , -w- Q X. KA, I 1 X '5- 1 ,. ' . -w. .r h ' X ,-t Xe TN' ' -. 'xv ' ' A . 'sg Q Qs:-.g t Q.. - - . 4 .Ai ' - ,.,-'lv 1 - 3.1: ' . , . ' . . . . . . x 7 , . . ., . . V . . . . V. 1 x x. . - Q . ' . . .- . , . . . . . X' X ' ' ..x"?, Y" b' . D nge ei, h y Morning Business ls Brrsk at the Student Bookstore You name It and the Bookstore personnel wlll supply lt A thrlvlng early mornzng busmess IS carrled on wlthm Murray every day as the Book store salesmen take care of the needs of the students lncndentally the busmess manager Edward Anderson suggests that lt IS a wnse tame to get those end of the year school supplles now These are the persons who gnve you first class servlce at a first class store Donna Peterson Donna Thompson Jean Wmter Carol Dunahey Donna Pedersen Beverly Lund quast Maralyn Fensku Charlotte Qumn Nancy Wallgren Don Mllton Mark Mattson Edward Anderson Faculty Adviser MRS HELENE BECKFR Manager EDWARD ANDERSON Bookkeepers DONNA THOMPSON DONNA PETERSON Sales personnel Penny Haas Jeanette Mlelke Patrlcla Murnane Susan Frlday Walter Hughes Beverly Lmdqulst Barbara Bluebaugh Jean McKlrdy Robert Rystrom Peter Chrlstenson Thea Koelln Poq ghty 0 I . . . . I I . . I . . . . . . I I I . r I " I I I I I I . . ., . . . -... I I I I I I I . . I I I ' keel -o Congratulatlons CROSSFIELD GROCERY STORE 800 Raymond Ave NE 4436 Greetmgs and Best Wnshes OF BEAUTY JOE SANDERS t t f Latest Harr Styles represen a we 0 Crowell Colller 2045 como NE 3788 Pubhshmg Co 150 000 Square Feet of Glass Q 233' Flowers For All Occasrons 9 HERMES FLORAL CO Est 906 Twm Cnty Delivery 2001 W Larpenteur NE 7135 Best Wishes to the MURRAY SENIORS Furnlture Made to Order Repalrmg Refimshmg GUERTIN S PHARMACY Re "P"0's'e""9 Como and Carter NE 1512 2296 Como Ave NE 5172 Best Wlshes to Murray Semors ALLEN BROTHERS GROCERY 928 Raymond Ave NE 2858 QW? . I O I . . . - . . 5,1 QTNKC-1'tl ' . 1.1 51,51 Y ' . Q-'V ,- f Y 2. T, 44. ll SN . .hi 1' HCA., 1 I x ". . 1 . . . O I . . . . . . I I , ' I 0 I . 0 I . .' h -wo Q Ever growing and expanding IS one of St Pauls newest and most modern shopping centers Lexington Plaza Its location otters easy access to Murray s wide spread district 5 0,9 af c3lQXUflgi0I'l ZCl PLAZA TOGGERY 1696 N Lexington HU 8271 PLAZA HARDWARE 1688 N. Lexington HU. 1873 ARNCLD'S 1692 N. Lexington HU. 5202 HANSON S PLAZA DRUGS 1702 N Lexington HU 2045 GUS, THE BARBER 1732 N. Lexington HU. 4375 DUREN'S PASTRY SHOP 1684 N. Lexington HU. 5515 Page 0 gi? 11 Flowers for All Occasions BARNES GROCERY 1681 Open Evenings and Sundays WM. F. LINDIG Compliments of Florist Barnes Brothers Larpenteur Ave. NE. 5922 Lexington and Larpenteur HU. 9962 HPF? 6 We are equipped to Serve the Finest For That After date Snack it cant be beat Harry s Grill is as indispensable to Murray s after the game crowd as a pitcher is to baseball 864 University DAle 6872 KINZEL BARBER SHOP CAMPUS DEPARTMENT STORE LATEST HAIR STYLING 1435 N Cleveland NE 9921 Como at Carter Compliments f T H PHILLIPS GARAGE Specialized Brake Service Wheel Aligning and Balancing PARK GROCERY 2095 Como 6674 2286 Como NE 1321 QW 7 o I"l u - - u ' I FOR MEN, WOMEN and CI-HLDREN School Supplies - Letter Sweaters ' o O O Ml. - e ei h -four res lowers KESTING Ca Band Instruments Accessories I.II'1dlg MICIWCIY GI'eeI1l'l0USe Instructions Repalrlng NE 1972 Radlos Recorders If no answer call MI 2825 Free TWIN De'lVel'leS 6th Street CEdar 1875 Larpenteur Ave AFTER HIGH SCHOOL WHAT9 Our speclallzed busmess tramlng for the better posltlons IS the loglcal cholce of many sensors who want pleasant work economic Independence and opportunlty for advancement Start any Monday In day or evenlng classes Free placement service Free bulletm SEE US AFTER GRADUATION 63E tFfth Sant? I, Cedar Cedar 5333 PRACTICAL BUSINESS SCHOOL FOUNDED 1900 FINE FOODS At Moderate Prlces FRANKSON AVENUE GROCERY 1458 Frankson Ave NE 4033 ALEX NEWMAN Heating and Plumbing Co Axel ns the man to call for your Plumbmg Heating and Sewer Repairs All types of household appluances 1612 W Como Avenue NE 7444 Compliments of GRAN DVIEW CAFETERIA JOHN C OLIN MEAT MARKET 1450 Frankson Ave HARDERS BIG TEN Grocerles Frurts Vegetables We Dellver 2256 Como PR 3959 DAIRY PRODUCTS LABORATORIES Bacterlologlcal and Chemucal Analysus 2244 Carter NE 3933 age eng ty OI' II - . O U . . 1 . . I as i 'n au Street Minnesota Deal' . O O I I . O 1 ' 0 P ' h -H eruor aren fa .Agree Mr and Mrs Wllllam C Allen Mr and Mrs F A Anderson Mr and Mrs Gllmore E Anderson Mrs Blanche Arhart Mr and Mrs C H Barnes Dr and Mrs Galus E Harmon Mr and Mrs Lou Hoskmg Rev and Mrs A W Haugan and Mrs A Hauwlller and Mrs Joseph Helnz Mr and Mrs Wllllam L Beard Mr and Mrs T L Bullmgton r Mrs Margaret Blomberg Mr and Mrs Ray A Carlson and Mrs C H Chrlstopherson and Mrs H B Clarke I' and Mrs Grant Clemmons and Mrs T M Currence and Mrs John F Davidson and Mrs J Dunahey and Mrs Samuel Enchman Mr and Mrs Wlllard E Erickson Mrs Lucna R Fox Pas and Mrs Raymond Glaesemann Mr and Mrs Joseph Gruber and Mrs A J Haas and Mrs Georqe M Hagerman and Mrs Harold C Hahn and Mrs O L Halvorsen and Mrs Harold F Hammer 4 JMX Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Johanna Hert Edward Huggins Franklm Hodnefleld Harry Hoff G Holmgren Robert C Hughes E R Johnson Karl F Johnson J S Jones H E Koeneke H M Kohnen John Kreuthmeler P H Krueger and Mrs R E Lehman tor and and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Mrs A G Lewls R L Lindsay J S Locketz T Loney Edward Malm Charles Massle R L Mattson 7 u Mr. . . 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Mrs r Mr 3A f jf. a Wlwfuf ol' and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs C McDonald Edward G Molkenthln Fred E Moncrlef Wllllam L Moncrlef I Joseph Moses Hgalmar Nelson James C Norton Hans J Olsen Lucllle P Olsen and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Mrs Eleanor Mr and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs W Orbke W Otto L Palarme W Pedersen Walter E Pedersen F P Petersen Peterson R H Podd W C Preston James D Relchow John H Renken O J Rohleder Mrs Dorls Rongltsch Mr and Mrs Hlalmer Rosenqulst Mr and Mrs R W Saunders Mr and Mrs E L Seaburg Mr and Mrs Arnold L Sldmore and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs O C Slmcl Lee G Smith Donald F Snyder Ralph A Stelnle Henry Stettner Eugene Swanson Hugo Tesch Arthur J Thlry Joseph Thoma J A Thompson R M Towle A Turk Davld Tutt Louls Vandenheuvel F J Vasterlmg C G Velman Vlctor B Vuk Herbert Werner Mrs Edyth Wetzel and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Larrls Wllllams J W Wmter Ford K Wlttgraf Ivan Woolery R L Zeck P J jlty CC 7 o 27 Cl 1 L 0 Mr. . . 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