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MURRAY HIGH SCHOOL
St. Paul, Minnesota
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short, thin or wide. i.i'fe,has7many different lines. and wide,
filled with the pleasures we find every day.
The life lines of Murray students are very are filled with
many varieties of business and happiness. solve now will
help us solve a more difficult one date last week was
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formulating our tomorrow.,Wegsimgustkileach choose our own line to make
sure that it is the one which fia ltli us the best and happiest person.
Today we are learning, teach, for then it will be our world.
Whether you are planning onmbeing a scientist, an actor, or a housewife,
today you are doing somethingsthqt is leading you toward that destiny. In
this book we hope to show ,rgf of the different lines, for tucked in
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THOUGHT LINE I I0-35
FUN LINE , . 38-61
WINNING LINE . 64-79
BUY LINE 80-96
Hu of the School
As in any school, the attice is the center
ot all activity. The work done is as impor-
tant as any in a business. Here, the ever-
present attendance cards are being effi-
ciently dealt with lay Carol Lindig, Peggy
Bentz, Mrs. Neva Farley, Mr. William Scan-
lan, and Mrs. Martha Bussiaeger. Among
the many daily tasks accomplished by the
oFlice stati are the absence excuses, the
daily bulletins, and the numerous requests
of students and teachers.
Good examples of community spirit are Mrs. Carl Nordly, pres-
ident of the Murray P.T.A., and Mr. Sam Hamilton, assistant prin-
cipal. Mrs. Nordly has a good record as a leader and is well-
liked by all with whom she comes in contact. Mr. Hamilton is
well-known for his friendly greetings to all, and his kindly advice
to those who need guidance. They are both fine evidence that
one can be business-like and pleasant too.
Waif. H's My Turn Nexf
Since the coming of the
snow plow to Murray there
has been a little discord in
the custodians' department.
All ot the men want to op-
erate the machine. On a
snowy day, the speediest
one gets to use the plow.
Mr. Marvin House is tirst
while Mr. Melvin Smith
and the late Mr. Glenn
Paulson await their turns.
Mr. Ed Bakula is pretend-
ing to be skeptical as to
whether or not it works.
H's Relaxing, They Say
"Let's have another cup of cofteef' might
be the motto of the Murray mathematics
teachers. The cafeteria seems to be a corn
mon meeting place for Miss Louise Peder
son, Mr. Robert Anderson, Mrs. Helene Beck
er, Miss Olive Batschelet, and Miss Louise
Smith. As the instructors of algebra, geom
etry, arithmetic, and general math, these
tive people represent a lot of numbers
They need the refreshment offered by a cup
of coffee, but still must bring some of theii
"homework" along to do while on relief.
In a combination at music and art, Mr. George Jaeger
and Miss Marie Darche ot the art department are paid a
visit by Mr. Alexander Heron and Mrs. Helen McGeever.
Mr. Heron, band director and seventh grade music teacher,
looks on as Mrs. McGeever, choir director, examines a music
book with excellent illustrations. Mr. Jaeger and Miss Darche
are always eager to show their collections to anyone.
5b'i'r4i?ipl iits' ' 7'
The library workroom with its stacks of magazines can
be ot great help to students and teachers. Here Miss Donna
Edlund catches up on some reading, while Mr. William Addi-
son of Mr. Edward Datko are sidetracked by a Popular
Mechanics magazine, Here in the stacks one can often find
English teachers sorting out material for class proiects.
Rehearsing Today's Lines
"What about using an article like this one?" asks Mr.
Howard Hathaway, physics and Spanish instructor. "Rockets
to the moon are something ot real scientitic interest these
days." Miss Lucille Smith, chemistry, at his right, agrees
with him, but Mr, Robert Ritter, biology, standing, looks
skeptical. He claims that rockets just do not tit in with his
lines ot thought tor today.
These three Murray English teachers were caught in the
act of reviewing one ot Miss Florence Vest's favorite tape
recordings. Miss Vest, on the right, who teaches speech as
well as English, was telling Miss Elsea Peterson and Miss
Mabel Surratt, seated, that when teaching English becomes
strenuous, there is nothing like using a tape recording to
change the daily routine.
Chief Interest - Vocations
Here Mrs. George Bergup, school nurse, and
Miss Gladys Rose, guidance counsellor, seated,
inspect recent material on nursing careers. Stand-
ing are Mr. John Mather, senior social studies
teacher, and Mr. George Rose, civics and world
history. Each of these men spends much time
with his classes examining the aspects of various
vocations. Miss Marion Gratz, school librarian,
looks on with interest. She and her library com-
plete the team whose proiect is vocations.
Be Nimble, Bob, Be Quick
Bob Sorensen is surely having a chance to be
both nimble and quick as he gets a work-out on
Murray's trampoline This type ot phy. ed. work
is very popular with the students because there
is a fascination in knowing how one will
interested in Bob's progress are Mr. Joseph
Odanovich and Miss Patricia Pischel, gym in-
structors. John Otto is carefully observing Bob's
technique as it is his turn next, and he wants to
be especially careful.
Stamp of Approval
Business Manager, Jack Sorteberg, has a responsive look-
ing audience as he explains the intricate inances ot year-
book budgeting to Mr, Williani Scanlan, principal, Juleen
Sampson, editor, and Dr, Forrest Conner, superintendent ot
St. Paul public schools. The listeners are hoping that Jack
will give them good news in the spring when an accurate
budget is set up.
"Do these things actually work?" Helen Miller wants to
know, The answer of Mr. James Aldridge, director of Junior
Achievement in St. Paul and a user of the achiever-made
product called Snow-Treods, was definitely affirmative.
James Niessen and Gloria Hert, standing, look over the
second ot the pair of treads. Their looks seem to say, "Well,
it could be."
Diversified Lines Lead fo
"Are you sure we have enough towels?" could be the
question asked by Mrs. Irene Wadell of Mrs. Amelia Matson.
These two women may be the minority in the custodians'
department, but they have a very important part of the
work. Here they are shown checking the supplies before
going the rounds and filling all soap and paper dispensers.
They are certainly a pair of hardeworking people.
Shown catching their breaths in a rare
moment are the efficient managers of our
school's cafeteria. While Mrs. Vida Stiles
sets out the delicious rolls, Mrs. Dora McCall
is busy at the steam table. Mrs. Leona New-
quist, Mrs. Ethel Agnew, and Mrs. Esther
Wilke seem to be thinking they may have
out-done themselves on their salads. The
salads are well-known to Murrayites for
their freshness and eye-appeal. These five
ladies are indeed the busiest in the build-
"Does that look good!" says Mr. George Bergup, wood-
shop instructor, as he waits his turn for a piece of cake. He
is second in line, however, to Mrs. Leona Hanson. Mrs. Han-
son sometimes leaves her sevving, interior decorating, and
family and social problems classes to see what's cooking
with Mrs. Ann Fisker. Mrs. Fisker is serving some of her
students' cookery to her eager guests.
A smile ot pride and approval passes
between Mr. Joseph Sanders, and Miss
Grace Mackey, standing, as they look over
the prizes awarded to the top salesmen in
the Crowell-Collier magazine subscription
drive. Nancy Wallgren is looking at her
watch and the ice skates she won as top
salesman. Michael Scott is thrilled over his
portable radio, and Pat Kehr is longing to
try out her radio. Miss Mackey, is indeed
proud of her homeroom number lo, as her
pupils sold the most subscriptions.
Carol Berry tries her skill on the electric typewriter as
Miss Eleanor Steelesmith and Miss Valborg Helseth may be
telling Carol she need not press the keys so hard. Irene
Paulbitske, standing, and Grace Meyer, seated, are thumb
ing through the magazine published for ottice workers,
Toduy's Secretary. Miss Steelesmith teaches bookkeeping
and typing, Miss Helseth teaches typing and shorthand.
When it comes to selecting a spot on the globe tor study
or for a really different vacation, Mr. Bernard Quinn, social
studies, Miss Virginia Fertig, world history, Mrs. Ruth Eddy,
American history, and Miss Bertha Muedeking, social studies,
are experts. They spend their vacations visiting the many
places about which they teach throughout the school year,
The End of the Line
Elaine Moses, secretary of the senior class, points out one of the important class projects of the year. Seated around her are
left to right, Jaan Peterson, vice-president, Akira Shiozaki, president, Bob Wall, treasurer, and representatives Marlene Wetham-
mer and Jean Gallagher. Standing are Mr. John Mather, adviser: and representatives Dave Norden, Bob Pearson, Bob Andrews
and Nancy Wallgren.
ln one respect, it's the end of the line, when, in
cap and gown, the senior proudly receives his di-
ploma, marking one ot the most important occa-
sions of his life-his graduation. On that day
seniors cannot help but reminisce back through the
past four years.
Who can forget that day in September, l949,
when, as bewildered freshmen, the largest class in
lvlurray's history invaded the school. Mr. Bernard
Quinn and Mr. Robert Schanke were given the as-
signment as that of their advisers.
As sophomores the class, led by prexy Bob
Barnes, began to get into the swing of activities.
Highlighting the annual Valentine Dance was the
coronation of Sweetheart Queen lone Harris and
King Bob Barnes. The class sponsored another
dance as a money-making project.
One of the busiest years was had by the class
of '53 in its junior year with president Jack Smith
at the head. Besides sponsoring a movie, it took
over the responsibility of assisting with the Sadie
Hawkins' Dance to which gals wearing everything
from gunny sacks to blue jeans dragged their Dog-
patch-clad fellows. Certainly no one can forget the
warm spring evening when guys in tuxedos and
gals in billowy formals danced to the soft music
with the theme of "Starlight Fantasy" at the Junior-
Senior Prom. A picnic at Excelsior Park was the
climax to the end ofa happy iunior year.
Aptitude tests, graduation announcements, and
senior pictures take but a small part in the lite of
a senior, as the class of '53 has found out. Replac-
ing lvlr. Schanke as adviser, lvlr. John Mather along
with lvlr. Quinn and president Akira Shiozaki
helped the class in achieving a truly successful
year as seniors. Homecoming provided the main
fall attraction when Queen Jean Gallagher and
her manager Gordon Tripp ruled over the home-
coming activities. The seniors sponsored a movie
as a money-making proiect. Late in January, the
play "Meet Me in Saint Louis" brought out hidden
acting talents among the classmates, and was, of
course, a grand success. The class of T953 will re-
member a wonderful four years at lvlurray High.
AMLEE, NEIL O.-Boys' League, Intramurals 2.
ANDERSEN, ANTHONY L.-"A" Choir 2,3, Octette 4, "B" Choir I, Boys'
League, Canteen Co-Chm., Cross Country 3,4, Dramatic Club 2,3,4, Hi-Y
Chapter I-3,4, Homecoming Mgr., J-S Com., Library Club 2,3,4, "M" Club
2,3,4, Operetta I,2,3,4, Student Council Pres. 4, Swimming I,2, Capt. 3,4.
ANDERSON, JANET T.-Business Cadettes 4, Dramatic Club 3, Treas. 4,
GAA I,2,3,4, Girls' League, Murcurie Agent I,2, Y-Teens 3,4.
ANDERSON, RICHARD E.fBand I, All-Star 2,3, Letter Award 3,4, Pres. 4,
Basketball 3,4, Boys' League, Football 4, "M" Club 2,3,4, Track 2,3,4.
ANDERSON, THOMAS G.-Band I,2, Boys' League, Dramatic Club 3, Pro-
gram Chm. 4, J-S Com., Murcurie Agent 2, Red Cross Rep. 4, Sr. Class
Play, Student Council Rep, 4.
ANDREWS, ROBERT S.-"A" Choir 2,3, Octette 4, "B" Choir I, Boys' League,
Canteen Com., Football 3,4, Jr. Class Rep., Library Club 3,4, "M" Club 3,
Pres. 4, Murcurie Agent 2,4, Operetta I,2,3,4, Pilat Agent I,3, Sr. Class
Play, Sr. Class Rep., Swimming l,2,3,4.
APPEL, VINCENT J.-Baseball 3,4, Boys' League, Hockey 3, "M" Club 3,4.
ARNDT, WARREN D.-Band I,2,3, Letter Award 4, Boys' League, Library
Club 3,4, Swimming 2,3,4, Operetta 4.
BAERWALD, ANN E.-Business Cadettes 4, Girls' Chorus 3, Girls' League,
Oftice Force 4, Y-Teens 3,4.
BAILEY, ROGER D.-Boys' League, Cross Country 2,3,4, Hi-Y Chapter l-I,2,
Sec. 3, Pres. 4, Intramurals 2,4, "M" Club 3,4, Red Cross Rep. I.
BANNING, PETER C.-Band I, Board 2, All-Star 2, Boys' League, Canteen
Com., Football 2,3,4, Hi-Y Chapter Il-2,3,4, Hockey 3,4, Library Club 3,
Sgtfat-Arms 4, "M" Club 2,3, V-Pres. 4, Track 3,4.
BARNES, ROBERT W.-Band I, All-Star 2,3, Baseball I,2,3,4, Basketball
2,3,4, Boys' League, Rep. I,2, Dramatic Club 4, Football 3,4, Hi-Y Chapter
ll-2,3,4, Library Club 3, Corres. Sec. 4, "M" Club 2,3,4, J-S Com., Oper-
etia Orch. 2, Soph. Class Pres., Student Council Rep. 2,3,
BARNES, WAYNE L.-Band I,2,3, Boys' League, Murcurie Agent 3, Adver-
BERRY, CAROL J.-"A" Choir 3,4, "B" Choir I, Business Cadettes Program
Chm. 4, Dramatic Club 3,4, GAA I,2, Sports Head 3, Letter Award 3,
Treas. 4, All-City, Girls' Chorus 2, Girls' League, Lost 81 Found 3, Operetta
3,4, Pilot Agent 2, Red Cross Rep. 3, Sr. Class Play, Y-Teens 3,4.
BJORKLUND, KENNETH O.-Boys' League.
BJORNSTAD, JANE A.-"A" Choir 2,3, V-Pres. 4, Octette 4, Dramatic Club 4,
GAA I,2, Sports Head 3, Letter Award 4, Girls' Chorus I, Girls' League,
V-Pres. 3, Library Club 3,4, Lost 81 Found 3, Murcurie Reporter 3, Agent 4,
Copy Ed. 4, Operetta 2,3,4, Quill 81 Scroll, Red Cross Rep. 2, Soph. Class
Sec., Student Council Rep. 2, Y-Teens 3,4.
BLUEBAUGH, BARBARA L.-"B" Choir I, Canteen Com., Drum Maiorette
2,3,4, GAA I,2, Sports Head 3, Letter Award 3, V-Pres. 4, All-City, Girls'
Chorus 2, Girls' League, Murcurie Agent 2, Reporter 3, Copy Ed. 4, Pilot
Agent 4, Quill 8 Scroll, Student Council V-Pres. 4, Supply Store 3.
BONNIWELL, KATHRYN A.-Business Cadettes 4, Dramatic Club 3,4, GAA
I,2,4, Letter Award 3, Girls' Chorus 2, Girls' League, Rep. I, Y-Teens 3.
BREN, ROBERT W.-Boys' League.
BORDENAVE, ELIZABETH J.-Dramatic Club 3,4, GAA I, Girls' League,
BRUSOE, CAROL M.-Dramatic Club 3,4, GAA I,2, Girls' League, Sr. Class
Play, YfTeens 4.
BURNETT, JOANNE-Dramatic Club 3,4, Girls' League, Y-Teens 4.
CARLSON, WILLIAM M.-Boys' League, Dramatic Club l,2,3,4, Stage Force
I,2, Mgr. 3,4.
CHEATHAM, BARBARA J.-Band 2, Business Cadettes 4, Dramatic Club 4,
GAA I, Girls' Chorus I, Girls' League, Y-Teens 3,4.
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CLARK, VONNIE R.-GAA I,2,3, Girls' Chorus I,2, Sec. 3, Girls' League,
Lost 8, Found 3, Red Cross Rep. 2, Y-Teens 3,4.
CLASEMAN, VIRGINIA K.-Girls' League, Lost 81 Found 3, Y-Teens 3,4.
CONNOLLY, THOMAS J.-Boys' League, Intramurals 2,3,4, St. Agnes High
School, St. Paul, Minn. I.
COOK, GEORGE H.-Boys' League, Rep. 2, Golf 2,3,4, Library Club 3,4,
Projection Crew I,2,4, V-Pres. 3, Red Cross Rep. 2, V-Pres. 3, Traffic Squad 2.
COOK, JANET M.-Canteen Com., Dramatic Club 3,4, GAA I,2,3, Girls'
Chorus I, Girls' League, J-S Com., Murcurie Agent I, Reporter 3, Pilot
Ass't Activities Ed. 4, Quill 81 Scroll, Sr. Class Play, Y-Teens 3, Rep. 4.
COOPER, ELDORA B.-"B" Choir I, Drum Maiorette 3,4, Girls Chorus 2,
DAY, DOROTHY K.-Business Cadettes 4, Girls' League, Y-Teens 3,4.
DION, JEAN A.-Dramatic Club 4, GAA I,2,3, Letter Award 4, Girls' League,
Rep. 2,4, Lost 81 Found 3, Sr. Class Play, Y-Teens 3.
DONAHUE, PATRICIA E.-"B" Choir I, Girls' Chorus 3, Girls' League, Jr.
DYNAN, PATRICIA A.-Band, All-Star l,2,3, Letter Award 3,4, Board 4, Girls'
League, Rep. 4, Red Cross Rep. 3, Student Council Rep. 3, Y-Teens 3.
EICHMAN, BETTY L.-Dramatic Club 3,4, GAA I, Girls' Chorus 2, Girls'
League, Sr. Class Play, Y-Teens 3.
ERDES, PHILIP L.-Boys' League, Golf 3,4, Intramurals, Red Cross Rep. 2,
ESPERSEN, GORDON E.-Boys' League, Intramurals 3, Protection Crew 3,
Red Cross Rep. 2.
EVANS, GAIL M.-"A" Choir 3,4, Dramatic Club 2,3,4, GAA I, Girls' Chorus
I,2, Girls' League, Ottlce Force 2, Operetta 3,4, Pilot Agent 4, Proiection
Crew 3, Sec.-Treas. 4, Sr. Class Play, Y-Teens 3,4.
FAINI, ROBERT C.-Band 2,3, Boys' League, Cross Country 4, Dramatic Club
4, Hi-Y Chapter I-3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Hockey 4, Intramurals, "M" Club 4,
Murcurie Agent 4, Projection Crew 3,4, Red Cross Rep. I, Track 2,3,4.
FIELD, FAITH L.-"A" Choir 4, Dramatic Club 4, Girls' League, Murcurie Art
Ed. 4, Operetta 4, Sr. Class Play, Sr. Class Rep., Student Council Rep. 4,
Y-Teens 4, Great Falls High School, Great Falls, Mont. I,2,3.
FLYNN, JEROME R.-Boys' League, Rep. 4, Golf 2, Intramurals, Red Cross
FORTMEYER, BERNICE M.-"A" Choir 3,4, Band Letter Award 2,3,4, Treas. 4,
Drum Maiorette l,2,3,4, GAA l,2,3,4, Girls' League, Rep. I, Co-Program
Chm. 4, Homecoming Queen Candidate, J-S Com., Murcurie Reporter 3,
Co-Feature Ed. 4, Operetta 3,4, Quill 8- Scroll, Y-Teens 3,4.
GALLAGHER, JEAN R.-Band I, All-Star 2,3, Letter Award 3,4, Treas. 3,
Canteen Com., GAA I,2, Sports Head 3, Letter Award 3, Pres. 4, All- City,
Girls' Chorus I, Girls' League, Sec. 3, Homecoming Queen, Murcurie Agent
2,3,4, Reporter 3, Co-Feature Ed. 4, Operetta Orch, I,2,3,4, Quill 81 Scroll,
Soph. Class Rep., Sr. Class Rep., Student Council Rep. 3,4, Y-Teens 3,4.
GARROW, M. JEAN--GAA I,2, Girls' Chorus I,2, Girls' League, Rep. I, Stu-
dent Council Rep. I.
GATES, JUNE E.-"B" Choir I, Dramatic Club 3,4, GAA I,2, Girls' Chorus 3,
Girls' League, Rep. I, Murcurie Agent 2, Sr. Class Play, Y-Teens 4.
GEMMILL, SHARON J.-Dramatic Club 3,4, GAA I,2, Girls' Chorus I, Girls'
League, Library Club 3,4, Murcurie Agent 3,4, Pilot Agent I, Red Cross
Rep. 2, Y-Teens 3,4.
GILBERT, ELAINE H.-Canteen Com., Girls' Chorus 2,3, Girls' League, Lost
84 Found 3, Office Force 2, Red Cross Rep. 4.
GOTTLIEB, JACK R.-"A" Choir 4, Boys' League, Football 3, Hockey 2,3,4,
Jr. Class Rep., "M" Club 3,4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Sports Ed. 4, Operetta
4, Quill SQ Scroll.
GRANOVSKY, PHILIP A.-"A" Choir 2,3,45 Boys' League, Canteen Com., Foot-
ball Mgr. 2,3, Hi-Y Chapter le3, Intramurals 3,4, Library Club 3,4, "M"
Club 2,3,4, Operetta 2,3,4, Proiection Crew 3,4, Swimming I,2,3,4.
GRAY, BARBARA E.-Girls' League, Y-Teens 4.
HAALAND, FRED W.-Boys' League, Football 3, Stage Force I.
HAGERMAN, GEORGIA A.wDramatic Club 4, GAA I,2,4, Sports Head 3,
Letter Award 3, All-City, Girls' League, Rep. I, J-S Com., Pilot Agent I,2,3,4,
Sr. Class Play, Student Council Rep. I, Y-Teens 4.
HALLBERG, FRED W.-"A" Choir 3,4, "B" Choir I, Boys' League, Hi-Y Chap-
ter I-2, Operetta 3,4, Sr. Class Play.
HANSEN, ELAINE G.-Business Cadettes 4, Girls' League, Murcurie Reporter
3, Exchange Ed. 4, Quill 81 Scroll, Y-Teens 3.
HARRIS, G. IONE--"A" Choir 3,4, GAA I,25 Girls' Chorus I, Pres. 2, Girls'
League, Homecoming Queen Candidate, Operetta 3,4, Pilot Agent 2,3,
HASSIE, DELORES J.-Cheerleader 3, Capt. 4, Dramatic Club 3, Pres. 4, GAA
I,2, Sports Head 3, Letter Award 3, Corres. Sec. 4, All-City, Girls' League,
Rep. 2, Homecoming Queen Candidate, Jr. Class Rep., J-S Com., Red Cross
Rep. 2, Soph. Class V-Pres., Sr. Class Play, Student Council Rep. 4,
HEALY, MARJORIE F.-Band 2,3, All-Star I, Dramatic Club 3,4, GAA I, Girls'
League, Murcurie Reporter 3, News Ed. 45 Office Force 35 Operetta Orch.
I,2,3, Quill 81 Scroll, Y-Teens 3,4.
HENDERSON, WARREN A.-Boys' League, Football 35 Jr. Class Rep., Red
Cross Rep. 2,3, Stage Force 4.
HERMANSON, MARILYN L.-Girls' Chorus 2, Girls' League, Jr. Class Rep.,
HINTON, WILLIAM R.-Boys' League, Hi-Y Chapter ll73,4g Intramurals 3,4,
Red Cross Rep. I,2, Student Council Rep. 3, Swimming 4.
HOPPE, JANET C.-Business Cadettes Treas. 45 Girls Chorus 2, Girls' League,
Y-Teens 3,4, White Bear High School, White Bear, Minn. I.
HUGHES, D. WALTER-Boys' League, Rep. 3, Canteen Com., Cross Country 3,
Mgr. 4, Golf I, Hi-Y Chapter I-3,4, Lost 81 Found 3, Proiection Crew 3,4,
Red Cross Rep. I, Stage Force 3,4, Supply Store 3.
IMMER, RUTH A.--Girls' Chorus I, Girls' League, Rep. I, Library Club 2,4,
Murcurie Agent I,2, Proiection Crew I, Sec. 2,4, Y-Teens 4.
JOHANNSEN, BRUCE A.-Band I,2, Baseball 3,4, Basketball 3, Boys' League,
Dramatic Club 4, Golf 2, Hi-Y Chapter ll-4, Intramurals, "M" Club 4,
Student Council Rep. I,2.
JOSWIAK, ELIZABETH L.-Girls' League, Lost 81 Found 3, Office Force 2, Sr.
Class Play, Y-Teens 3,4.
KAUFMANN, JUDY M.-Canteen Com., Dramatic Club 4, GAA 2, Letter Award
3, All-City, Girls' League, Rep. 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Girls' Sports Ed. 4,
Quill 84 Scroll, Red Cross Rep. 3, Y-Teens 3, Rep. 4, Washington High School,
St. Paul, Minn. I.
KEEP, SYLVIA J.-Dramatic Club 2,3, Girls' League, Pilot Agent 4.
KEHR, MARGARET J.-Business Cadettes 4, Dramatic Club 2,3,4, Girls' League,
Pilot Agent 4, Y-Teens 3,4.
KEHR, PATRICIA A.-Dramatic Club 2,3,45 GAA I, Girls' League, Lost 84 Found
3, Red Cross Rep, 3,4, Y-Teens 3,4.
KENNEDY, NANCY J,-Girls' League, Murcurie Ass't Circulation Mgr. 3.
KNUTSON, GERALD E.-Basketball 2, Boys' League, Football 3,4, Intramurals,
"M" Club 3,4, Track I,2,3,4.
KOCH, DOROTHEA A.-"A" Choir 2,3,4, Dramatic Club 4, GAA I,2, Girls'
Chorus I, Girls' League, Lost 8- Found 3, Operetta 2,3,4, Red Cross Rep. I,
Pres. 2, Y-Teens 3,4.
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KRATZ, PATRICIA A.-Business Cadettes 3,4, Dramatic Club 3,4, Girls' League
Murcurie Agent 3, Sr. Class Play.
KROONA, SANDRA J.-Canteen Com., GAA I,2,3, Girls' League, Murcurie
Reporter 2, Ass't Advertising Mgr. 3, Mgr. 4, Agent 4, Ass't Pilot Adver-
tising Mgr. 3, Mgr. 4, Quill 84 Scroll, Red Cross Rep. 3, Y-Teens 3,4.
KRUEGER, SHIRLEY J.-Girls' League, Central High School, St. Paul, Minn. I,Q.
LANGER, CARL J.-Boys' League, Murcurie Reporter 3, Jr. Class Rep., Pilot
Agent 4, Swimming 3.
LARSON, MONROE B.-"A" Choir 3,4, Boys' League, Rep. I, Golf 2, Intra-
murals, Operetta 3,4, Pilot Agent 2, Red Cross Rep. 4, Sr. Class Play, Stu-
dent Council Rep. 4.
LARSON, THOMAS N.-Band 2, Board 3, Letter Award 3, Boys' League,
Hockey 3, Intramurals, Library Club 3,4, "M" Club 3: JY. Cl0SS REP-: Red
Cross Rep. 2,3, Soph. Class Rep., Supply Store 4, Track I,2.
LEE, AUDREY J.-Dramatic Club 2,3,4, GAA l,2, Girls' League, Murcurie Art
Ed. 3,4, Pilot Art Ed. 4, Quill 8, Scroll, Y-Teens 3, V-Pres. 81 Program Chm.
LEONARD, CATHERINE A.-Girls' League, Red Cross Rep. I.
LINDGREN, MARILYN-"A" Choir 3, Girls' Chorus 2, Girls' League, Operetta
LINDHOLM, FRED L.-Boys' League, Dramatic Club 3,4, Stage Force l,2,3,
Ass't Mgr. 4.
LINDIG, CAROL L.-Business Cadettes 4, Cheerleader 4, GAA l,2,3, Letter
Award 4, Girls' Chorus 2, Girls' League, Murcurie Agent 2,3,4, Red Cross
Rep. 4, Y-Teens Rep. 3, Pres. 4.
LINDQUIST, BEVERLY J.-Girls' Chorus l,2, Girls' League, GAA I,2, Letter
Award 3, Red Cross Rep. l,2, Sec, 3, Soph. Class Rep., Student Council
Rep. 3,4, Supply Store 3, Y-Teens 3,4.
LOTHSON, ROGER E.-"A" Choir 3, Pres. 4, Boys' League, Cross Country 4,
Dramatic Club 4, Hi-Y Chapter I-4, Intramurals 3,4, Murcurie Agent I,2,3,
Operetta 2,3,4, Swimming 4.
LUND, SHIRLEY J.-"A" Choir 4, Girls' Chorus 3, Girls' League, Operetto 4,
Y-Teens 4, Humboldt High School, St. Paul, Minn. I,2,
LUNDGREN, LEO W.-Band I,2,3, Letter Award 4, Boys' League, Hi-Y Chap-
ter I-2,3,4, Intramurals 2, Murcurie Reporter 3, Special Reporter 4, Quill 8,
Scroll, Sr. Class Play, Student Council Rep. I.
MAC DONALD, WILLIAM C.-Band 2,3, Bays' League, East High School, Green
Bay, Wis. l.
MACKIN, ROBERTA E.-Girls' League, Rep. 4, Murcurie Art Ed. 4, Pilot Art
Ed. 4, Quill 84 Scroll, Stage Force 2,3,4.
MACZIEWSKI, DELORES P.-GAA 3,4, Girls' League, Murcurie Ass't. Advertis-
ing Mgr. 3, Mgr. 4, Pilot Agent 3, Ass't Advertising Mgr. 3, Mgr, 4, Quill
8, Scroll, Y-Teens 3,4.
MAGNUSON, RODNEY L.-Band l,2, Baseball l,2,3,4, Boys' League, Pres. 4,
Football 3,4, Hockey 2,3,4, "M" Club 2,3,4, Soph. Class Treas., Student
Council Rep. I,2,4.
MATTSON, MARK L.-Boys' League, Business Cadettes 4, "M" Club 4, Sr.
Class Play, Supply Store 2, Mgr. 3,4, Tennis 3,4, Operetta 4.
MC CALLUM, LYLE E.-Boys' League, Traltic Squad 3.
MC CARL, GERALDINE A.--Canteen Sec., GAA I,2, Sports Head 3, Letter
Award 3, Girls' Chorus I, Girls' League, Jr. Class V-Pres., Murcurie Agent
l, Reporter 2, Pilot Ass't Ed. 3, Co-Senior Ed. 4, Quill 8, Scroll, Red Cross
Rep. 2, Pres. 3, Y'Teens 3.
MC CARTY, EDWARD E.-Boys' League, Trattic Squad 2,3.
MC KIRDY, MILDRED-Dramatic Club 4, GAA 2,4, Girls' League, Rep. 4,
Murcurie Reporter 3, School Publicity 4, Office Force 3, Quill 84 Scroll, Red
Cross Rep. 4, Y-Teens 3,4.
MELOY, JO ANN D.-Business Cadettes 4, Canteen Co-Chm., Cheerleader 4,
Dramatic Club 4, GAA I,2, Sports Head 3, Letter Award 3, All-City, Girls'
League, Library Club 3, Program Chm. 4, Lost 8. Found 3, Pilot Agent 2,3,
Red Cross Rep. 3, Y-Teens 3.
MESENBRINK, EUNICE E.-"B" Choir 2, Dramatic Club 4, GAA I, Girls'
Chorus I,3, Girls' League, Lost 81 Found 3, Murcurie Agent I, Office Force 2,
Proiection Crew 4, Sr. Class Play, Y-Teens 3,4.
MEYER, GRACE E.-Business Cadettes 3,4, GAA I,2, Letter Award 3, All-City,
Rec. Sec. 4, Girls' League, Office Force 3, Red Cross Rep. 4, Y-Teens 3,4.
MILLER, HELEN J.-Band 2,3, Board 4, Letter Award 4, Dramatic Club 3,4,
GAA I, Girls' League, Rep. I, Jr. Class Rep., Library Club 3,4, Lost IL
Found 3, Operetta Orch. 2,3,4, Pilot Copy Ed. 4, Quill 81 Scroll, Red Cross
Rep. 3, Pres. 4, Y-Teens 3,4.
MILLER, PHYLLIS J.-"A" Choir 4, GAA I,2,4, Girls' Chorus I,2, Girls' League,
Operetta 4, Supply Store 2, Y-Teens 4, Van Nuys High School, Van Nuys,
MILLER, WILLARD M.-Band I,2, Basketball 2,3,4, Boys' League, Hi-Y Chap-
ter II-2,3, Pres. 4, Intramurals I,2, Library Club 2,3, "M" Club 2,3,4, Ten-
MOBERG, DU WAYNE E.-Band I,2,3, Boys' League, Rep. I, Dramatic Club
3,4, Stage Force 4.
MORGEN, EAY Lf-"A" Choir 3,4, Band, All-Star I,2,3, Sec. 3, Letter Award
2,3,4, Girls' Chorus I, Girls' League, Operetta 4, Orch. I,2,3, Pilot Agent 4,
Red Cross Rep. I, Y-Teens 4.
MOSES, K. ELAINE-Canteen Com., Dramatic Club 2,3, Program Chm. 4, GAA
I,2,4, Girls' Chorus Pres. 3, Girls' League, Sr. Class Play, Sr. Class Sec.,
MULLALY, M. LOUISE-"A" Choir 2,3,4, GAA I,2,3, Girls' Chorus I, Girls'
League, Operetta 2,3,4.
NATION, BEVERLY J.-GAA I,2, Girls' Chorus I,2,3, Girls' League, Lost Si
Found 3, Ottice Force 3, Y-Teens 3,4.
NELSON, GENE R.-Boys' League, Intramurals 2.
NELSON, JANET B.-"A" Choir 2, Octette 3,4, Sec. 4, Canteen Com., Dramatic
Club 3,4, GAA I,3, Girls' League, Rep. I, Co-Program Chm. 4, Murcurie
Reporter 3, Ass't Advertising Mgr. 4, Operetta 3,4, Quill 81 Scroll, Red
Cross Rep. I, Y-Teens 3,4.
NELSON, RONALD L.-Boys' League, Dramatic Club 4, Football 3,4, HifY
Chapter il-3, V-Pres. 4, Hockey 2,3, Intramurals 4, "M" Club 3,4, Red
Cross Rep. 3, Swimming 4.
NICHOLS, NED B.-"A" Choir I,2,4, Boys' League, Jr. Class Rep., Operetta
fI,2,4, Red Cross Rep. 3, Sr. Class Play.
NIESSEN, BEVERLY M.-GAA I,2,3,4, Girls' League, Student Council Rep. 4,
Supply Store 4, Y-Teens 3,4.
NORDEN, DAVID P.-Band 4, Basketball 4, Boys' League, Sr. Class Rep., Lake
Benton High School, Lake Benton, Minn. I,2,3.
OLEXA, JEAN A.-Girls' League, Rep. 2, Library Club 3,4, Lost 8- Found 3,
Murcurie Proof Reader 3, Reporter 3, Pilot Co-Ed. 4, Stage Force 2,
Y-Teens 3, Quill 8- Scroll.
OLMEN, RICHARD S.-Band I, All-Star 2,3, Letter Award 3, V-Pres. 4, Basket-
ball 3,4, Boys' League, Cross Country 3,4, "M" Club 3,4, J-S Com., Student
Council Rep. 4, Track 3,4.
OLSON, CAROL L.-"A" Choir 3,4, GAA I,2, Girls' Chorus I,2, Girls League,
OLSON, SHERRILL A.-Dramatic Club 4, GAA l,2,3, Letter Award 4, Girls'
Chorus 2,3, Girls' League, Office Force 4, Student Council Rep. 4,
O'NEILL, CLAIRE A.-"A" Choir 3,4, Canteen Com., Dramatic Club 4, GAA
I,2,4, Letter Award 3, Girls' Chorus I, Girls' League, Rep. 2, Lost 8g Found
3, Operetta 3,4, Red Cross Rep. I, Student Council Rep. 3, Y-Teens 3,
OVERBEE, HELEN A.-"A" Choir 2,3,4, GAA 2,3,4, Girls' Chorus I, Girls'
League, Oftice Force 4, Operetta 2,3,4, Y-Teens 3,4.
PARSLOW, CAROL A.-"A" Choir 3,4, Business Cadettes 4, Drum Maiorette
I,2,3, Letter Award 4, GAA I,2,4, Sports Head 3, Letter Award 3, Girls'
Chorus I, 2, Girls' League, Rep. 4, Lost 81 Found 3, Operetta 3,4, Student
Council Rep. 3, Y-Teens 4.
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PAULBITSKE, IRENE E.-Business Cadettes, Program Chm. 45 GAA 15 Girls'
League, Rep. 35 Lost 81 Found 35 Soph. Class Rep.5 Sr. Class Rep.
PAUTZ, CAROL G.-Band 1,25 GAA 15 Girls' League, Rep. 35 Office Force 35
Operetta Orch. 1,25 Y-Teens 3,4.
PEARSON, JUDITH K.-"A" Choir 3,45 "B" Choir 15 GAA 1,25 Girls Chorus 25
Girls' League5 Murcurie Agent 45 Operetta 3,45 Red Cross Rep, 25 Y-Teens 4,
PEARSON, ROBERT G.-"A" Choir 45 Boys' League5 Operetta 45 Sr. Class Rep.
PEARSON, VERNON A.-Band, All-Star 1,2,3, Letter Award 2,3,4, Board 3,45
PERRON, MARGARET L.-Dramatic Club 3,45 Girls' League5 Sr. Class Play.
PETERSON, DONNA J.-Business Cadettes 3, Pres. 45 Dramatic Club 45 GAA
1,2,3,45 Girls' League5 J-S Com.5 Lost 8- Found 35 Murcurie Typist 45 Supply
Store 2,3,45 Y-Teens 3,4.
PETERSON, JOAN E.w"A" Choir 3,45 Business Cadettes 45 Canteen COIN.:
GAA 1,25 Girls' Chorus 25 Girls' League, Rep. 35 J-S Com.5 Operetta 3,45
Sr. Class V-Pres.
PETERSON, MARLIN A.-Boys' League5 Stage Force 3,4.
PETIT, RONALD J.-Boys' League5 Cretin Military Academy, St. Paul, Minn. 1,2
PFEIFFER, HEIDI E.-GAA 1,25 Girls' Chorus 1,45 Girls' League5 Murcurie
Reporter 45 Operetta Orch. 1,25 Y-Teens 3,4.
PHILLIPS, DOUGLAS W.-"A" Choir, Octette 2,3,45 Boys' League5 Dramatic
Club 45 Operetta 2,3,45 Red Cross Rep. 2.
PICKERING, LOIS J.-"A" Choir 3,45 Business Cadettes V-Pres. 45 Dramatic
Club 45 GAA 1,25 Girls' Chorus 25 Girls' League, Rep. 25 Operetta 3,45
Pilot Typist 45 Sr. Class Play5 Student Council Rep. 1,25 Y-Teens 4, Rep. 3.
PRICKETT, GORDON O.-"A" Choir 45 Band 1, All-Star 25 Boys' League,
Rep. 15Cross Country 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Library Club 2,3, lst V-Pres.
45 "M" Club 2,3, Sec.-Treas. 45 Operetta 4, Orch. 1,25 Track 1,2,3,4.
PROSHEK, SUSAN G.-Band 15 Canteen Com.5 GAA 1,2, Sports Head 3, Letter
Award 35 Girls' Chorus lp Girls' League5 Lost 8i Found 45 Murcurie Reporter
2, Copy Ed. 35 Pilot Co-Senior Ed. 45 Quill A Scroll5 Red Cross Rep. 25
Y-Teens 4, Rep. 3.
QUAM, GARY S.-Boys' League5 Football 3,45 "M" Club 2,3,45 Student Coun-
cil Rep. 35 Track 2,3,4.
RAPP, JAMES A.-Boys' League5 Football 3,45 Hockey 35 "M" Club 3,45 Pilot
Agent 45 Track 3.
RATHBUN, RAE ANN-Business Cadettes 3,45 Girls' Chorus 1,25 Girls' League5
Lost 81 Found 45 Murcurie Agent 25 Y-Teens 3, Rep. 4.
RICHARDS, IAN J.-Boys' League5 Cross Country 45 Track 4.
RILLING, WILLIAM A.-Band 1,2,35 Basketball 35 Boys' League5 Football 3.
RINGOLD, KEITH w.-Boys' League. '
ROBINSON, DONOVAN O.-Boys' League5 Cross Country 3,45 Intramurals
3,45 Swimming 3,45 Track 35 South High School, Minneapolis, Minn. 1.
RORTVEDT, M. JOYCE-Dramatic Club 3,45 GAA 3,45 Girls' League5 Murcurie
Reporter 35 Pilot Ass't Activities Ed. 45 Quill 8t Scroll5 Y-Teens 3,4.
SABIN, JAMES E.-Band 1, Board 2, All-Star 2, Letter Award 3,45 Boys'
League5 Dramatic Club 2,3.
SAMPSON, JOHN J.-Basketball Mgr. 3,4, Boys' League, Dramatic Club 3,
V.-Pres. 4, Football 3,4, Hi-Y Chapter II-3,4, "M" Club 4, Murcurie Re,
porter 3, Soph. Class Rep., Student Council Rep. I,2, Board 3, Treas. 4,
Supply Store I, Track I,2,3,4.
SAMPSON, JULEEN S.-Band I,2, Board 3, All-Star 3, Letter Award 3,4, Busi-
ness Cadettes 3,4, Girls' League, Rep. 2, Murcurie Reporter 3, Operetta
Orch. 2,3,4, Pilot Acct. 3, Co-Ed. 4, Quill 8- Scroll Treas. 4, Red Cross Rep. 4,
SCHMIDT, CAROLYN J.-"A" Choir 2, Band I,2,3, Letter Award 4, Girls'
Chorus I, Girls' League, Operetta 2, Y-Teens Rep. 4.
SCHMUGGE, WILLIAM C.-Baseball 3,4, Boys' League.
SCHULZE, JOHN B.-Boys' League, Traftic Squad I,2,3.
SEABORG, ROGER J.-Boys' League, Golf 3,4, "M" Club 3,4, Red Cross Rep.
I, Stage Force 3.
SEERY, MARVIN J.-Boys' League, Intramurals I,2,3.
SEIDENKRANZ, ROSELLA A.-Business Cadettes 4, GAA Typist 4, Girls' League.
SELLECK, RONALD M.-Baseball Mgr. 2, Boys' League, Canteen Com., Drama-
tic Club 4, Homecoming Mgr., Sr. Class Play, Traftic Squad 3,4, Del Hass
High School, Philadelphia, Penn. I.
SHIOZAKI, AKIRA-"A" Choir 2, "B" Choir I, Boys' League, Rep. 2, Football
3,4, Hi-Y Chapter ll-3,4, Intramurals 3, "M" Club I,2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4,
Pilot Agent 2, Proiection Crew 2,4, Pres. 3, Operetta I,2, Red Cross Rep. I,
Treas. 2, Sr. Class Pres., Track I,2,3,4.
SIMONS, B. ALLAN-Boys' League.
SMITH, CLARK D.-Boys' League, Canteen Com., "M" Club 3,4, Projection
Crew 3,4, Sr. Class Play, Swimming 3,4, Tennis 3,4.
SMITH, JOHN D.-Baseball 4, Boys' League, Football 3,4, Hi-Y Chapter Il-
3,4, Hockey 3,4, Jr. Class Pres., J-S Corn., Library Club 3, Treas. 4, "M"
Club 3,4, Student Council Rep. 3.
SODERHOLM, MELVIN P.-Baseball 3,4, Boys' League, Football 3,4, Hi-Y
Chapter ll-3,4, Red Cross Rep. 4, Track 2, Trattic Squad I.
SORTEBERG, JOHN R.-Band I,2, All-Star 3, Letter Award 3, Boys' League,
Rep. 3, Business Cadettes 4, Library Club 3,4, Murcurie Agent 3, Pilot Busi-
ness Mgr. 4, Quill 8. Scroll.
STEELE, DOROTHY B.-GAA 3, Girls' League, Pilot Art Ed. 4, Quill 8- Scroll,
Red Cross Rep. 3, Y-Teens 3, East High School I,2, Central High School 3,
STEINWALL, EDWIN R.-Boys' League, Canteen Com., Football 3,4, Hi-Y
Chapter II-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, "M" Club I,2,3,4, Student Council Rep. 3,4,
Traclc I,2,3,4, Traffic Squad 4.
STOVEN, CAOI. A.-"A" Choir 3,4, GAA I,2,3,4, Girls' Chorus I,2, Girls'
League, Murcurie Ass't Circulation Mgr. 3, Mgr. 4, Operetta 3,4, Quill 81
Scroll Pres. 4, Soph. Class Rep., Y-Teens 3,4.
STRADINGER, JOHN A.-Boys' League.
STRENGLIS, MARIA-GAA I,2, Girls' Chorus 2, Girls' League, Rep. I, Library
Club 3,4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Pilot Copy Ed. 4, Quill Sm Scroll, Y-Teens 3,4.
STURM, ELAINE C.-"B" Choir I, Girls' Chorus 3,4, Girls' League, Y-Teens 4.
SWADBURG, JAMES P.-"A" Choir 2, "B" Choir I, Boys' League, Football 3,
Mgr. 4, Lost 81 Found 4, Operetta I,2, Pilot Ass't Business Mgr. 4, Quill 81
SYRDAL, ELLEN M.-"A" Choir 3,4, Dramatic Club 3,4, Girls' Chorus I, Girls'
League, Girls' State, Murcurie Reporter 3, Co-Ed. 4, Oltice Force 3, Oper-
etta 3,4, Quill 8- Scroll Sec. 4, Red Cross Rep. 3, Y-Teens 3,4, D.A.R.
Award, Minnehaha Academy, Minneapolis, Minn. 2.
TAYLOR, JAMES D.-"A" Choir 2,3, "B" Choir I, Boys' League, Football 4,
Hi-Y Chapter Il-2, Operetta I,2,3, Red Cross Rep. I, Soph. Class Rep.,
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THIEME, PHYLLIS A.--"A" Choir 4, GAA 4, Girls' Chorus 3, Girls' League,
THOMA, GLEN D.-Boys' League, Intramurals, Stage Force 2.
THOMAS, LOIS J.-Band, All-Star l,2,3, Letter Award 2,3,4, Sec. 4, Girls'
THORSEN, ROGER L.-Boys' League, Dramatic Club 4, Hockey 3, Red Cross
Rep. 3, Treas. 4, Sr. Class Play.
TRIPP, GORDON A.-"A" Choir 2, Treas. 3, Band l, "B" Choir l, Boys'
League, Canteen Treas., Hi-Y Chapter l-3, Chaplain 4, Homecoming Mgr.,
Library Club 2,3,4, "M" Club 3,4, Murcurie Ass't Bus. Mgr. 3, Mgr. 4,
Operetta l,2,3, Pilot Agent l,2,3, Quill 81 Scroll, Sr. Class Play, Student
Council Rep. 3, Tennis 3,4.
TROVATTEN, DONNA M.-"A" Choir 3,4, Dramatic Club 2,3,4, GAA l,2,3,
Letter Award 4, Girls' Chorus 2, Girls' League, Library Club 3, Pres. 4,
Murcurie Reporter 3, Operetta 3,4, Pilot Agent l, Co-Senior Ed. 4, Quill
81 Scroll, Lost 81 Found 3, Y-Teens 4, V-Pres. 3.
VADNAIS, .IEANNE D.-Business Cadettes 4, GAA l,2, Girls' League, Rep. 4,
VANDENHEUVEL, WARREN R.-Boys' League.
VANNELLI, JOAN J.-Dramatic Club 4, GAA l,2,4, Letter Award 3, Girls'
League, Treas. 4, J-S Com., Murcurie Agent 2,3, Soph. Class Rep., Student
Council Rep. 3, Sec. 4, Y-Teens 3,4.
VlK, JANE M.-Dramatic Club 4, GAA l,2,3, Letter Award 4, Girls' Chorus
l,2, Girls' League, Pres. 4, Lost 81 Found 3, Red Cross Sec. 2, Student Coun-
cil Rep. 3, Y-Teens 4, ICC 3.
VOCOVICH, MICHAEL P.-Boys' League, Dramatic Club 4, Football l,2,3,4,
"M" Club 2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Track l,2,3, Traffic Squad 4.
WACHHOLZ, GRETCHEN H.-"A" Choir 2,3, Octette 4, GAA l,Q,3,4, Girls'
Chorus l, Girls' League, Rep. 3, Operetta 2,3,4, Y-Teens 3,4.
WAGENER, LYNN L.-Business Cadettes Sec. 4, GAA l,2, Letter Award 3,
All-City 4, Girls' League, Jr. Class Sec., J-S Com., Murcurie Typist 4, Red
Cross Rep. 2, Y-Teens 3, Rep. 4.
WAHLSTEDT, LOIS A.-Dramatic Club 4, GAA l,2, Girls' League, Library
Club 2,3, Rec. Sec. 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Pilot Ass't Activities Ed. 4, Quill
84 Scroll, Supply Store l, Y-Teens 3,4.
WALKER, CLARENCE W.-Baseball 2,4, Basketball 3,4, "B" Choir l, Boys'
League, Football 3,4, Hi-Y Chapter I-l, Jr. Class Rep., "M" Club 2,3,4,
Murcurie Reporter 3, Sports Ed. 4, Track 3.
WALL, ROBERT E.-"A" Choir Q,3, Boys' League, Cross Country 3, Hi-Y Chap-
ter l-3, Library Club 2,3,4, "M" Club 2,3,4, Operetta 2,3, Soph. Class
Rep., Sr. Class Treas., Student Council Board l, Swimming i,2,3,4, Track l.
WALLGREN, NANCY E.-"A" Choir 3,4, Dramatic Club 3,4, GAA l,2,3,4,
Girls' Chorus l,2, Girls League, Rep, Q, Jr. Class Rep., Library Club 3,4,
Murcurie Reporter 3, Ass't Advertising Mgr. 4, Operetta 3,4, Pilot Agent
l,2,3, Quill 81 Scroll, Sr. Class Play, Student Council Rep. 2, Y-Teens 3,
WASON, JANE M.-"A" Choir 3,4, Dramatic Club 3, GAA 2,3, Girls' Chorus
l,2, Girls' League, Operetta 3,4, Y-Teens 3.
WEEBER, HENRY P.-"A" Choir 2,3,4, Boys' League, "B" Choir l, Cross
Country 2,3, Murcurie Agent 3,4, Operetta l,2,3,4, Red Cross Rep. 3, Swim,
WEGLEITNER, DANIEL J.-Boys' League, Golf 2,3,4, Hockey Q,3,4, Home-
coming Mgr., Jr. Class Treas., J-S Com., "M" Club 2,3,4.
WEGNER, DALE C.-Boys' League, Hi-Y Chapter l-4, Intramurals, Library
Club 3,4, Sr. Class Play, Track 2.
WEILER, ALAN B.-"A" Choir 2,3, Octette 4, Baseball Mgr. 3,4, Basketball
Mgr. 3, Boys' League, Football Mgr. 3,4, Operetta 2,3,4, Pilot Agent 3,
Minnehaha Academy, Minneapolis, Minn. l.
WENKER, STANLEY A.-Boys' League.
WEST, HARVEY W.-Boys' League, Intramurals 2,3, Murcurie Reporter 3,
Pilot Circulation Mgr. 4, Quill 81 Scroll.
WETHAMMER, MARLENE A.-"A" Choir 3,4, Business Cadettes 4, Girls'
Chorus 2, Girls' League, Rep. 3, Operetta 3,4, Pilot Typist 4, Sr. Class
Rep., Y-Teens 3,4.
WETSCHKA, JOAN H.-Canteen Com., Cheerleader 2,3, Co-Capt. 4, GAA l,2,
Sports Head 3, Letter Award 3, All-City 4, Girls' League, Lost 81 Found 3,
Murcurie Reporter 3, Pilot Girls' Sports Ed. 4, Quill 8, Scroll, Red Cross
Rep. 4, Y-Teens 3.
WETTERSTROM, MURIEL D.-Dramatic Club 3, Sec. 4, GAA i,4, Girls' League,
Red Cross Rep. i, Sr. Class Play, Y-Teens 3,4.
WHITE, ROBERT M.-"B" Choir l, Boys' League, Football 3,4, Hi-Y Chapter
ll-3,4, "M" Club 3,4, Operetta i.
WILCOX, SUSAN A.-Band l,2, Dramatic Club 3,4, GAA I, Girls' Chorus I,
Girls' League, Rep. 2, Library Club 2,3,4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Proot
Reader 3, Co-Ed. 4, Operetta Orch. i,2, Pilot Agent l,2,3,4, Quill 8. Scroll,
WINGES, ROGER K.-Boys' League, Intramurals, Lost 8, Found 3.
WINSOR, MARILYN R.-"A" Choir 2,3,4, GAA I,2, Girls' Chorus l, Girls'
League, Operetta 2,3,4.
WITTE, RICHARD C.-"A" Choir 2,3,4, Boys' League, HifY Chapter l-3,
Murcurie Reporter 3, Operetta 2,3,4, Pilot Sports Ed. 4, Quill 81 Scroll,
WOOD, META V.-"A" Choir 3,4, Dramatic Club 3,4, GAA 2, Letter Award 3,
Girls' League, Jr. Class Rep., Library Club 3, 2nd V-Pres. 4, Murcurie Re-
porter 3, Operetta 3,4, Pilot Activities Ed. 4, Quill 81 Scroll V-Pres. 4,
Central High School, St. Paul, Minn. i.
YOUNG, DIANE A.-Dramatic Club 4, GAA l,2,3,4, Girls' League, Rep. I,
Library Club 2,3,4, Lost 81 Found 3, Student Council Board 2.
.ZASPEL, RUTH M.-Band l, All-Star 2,3,4, Letter Award 3,4, GAA Q,3,4, Girls'
League, Operetta Orch. l,Q, Pilot Agent 4.
ZRUST, MARLYNE A.-Girls' League,
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SENIORS NOT PICTURED
BERGMAN, JAMES E.-Boys' League, Wilson High School, St. Paul, Minn. l,2.
CLAUSEN, WILLARD R.-Boys' League, Vocational High School, Minneapolis,
EIDE, CHARLES E.-Band I,2, All-Star 3, Board 3,4, Letter Award 3,4, Boys'
League, Sr. Class Play.
HAGLUND, CLARK B.-Boys' League, Lindbergh High School, Long Beach,
LA FOND, KENNETH J.-Boys' League.
NELSON, GUNNAR A.-Baseball 3, Boys' League.
PALM, EUGENE R.-Baseball 4, Boys' League, "M" Club 4, Pillsbury Academy,
Owatonna, Minn. l, Edison High School, Minneapolis, Minn. 2,3.
SCHWARTZ, FRANK B.-Boys' League, Murcurie Reporter 4, Central High
School, St. Paul, Minn. l,2.
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Juniors - Designing Dreams
Junior Class Board: Teddie Proshek, David Law, Patty Christenson, secretary, Marlys Christianson, Leon Good-
rich, treasurer ' Roland Gisvold, Bob Gruber, president, Duane Brinkman, vice president.
While looking forward To their most im-
portant year, The class ot '54 will wind up
their iunior year with a class picnic. When
They organized as sophomores, this class
asked Miss Louise Pederson and Mr. Howard
Hathaway To loe their advisers. In February
ot l952, class rings were ordered. When the
rings were received in May, This group be-
came The tirst class To receive class rings
Their first meeting held as juniors saw Them
at school having a juniors-only party. To
raise money last Tall, The class sponsored The
Sadie Hawkins Dance and The movie, Stage-
coach. ln March, The iuniors staged The Mur-
ray Varsity Show, and the Spring Fling Tol-
lowed in April.
The results ot a lot ot work will be seen at
The Junior-Senior Prom which will be held
on May 22nd inthe Continental Room of The
ST. Paul Hotel To the Theme of "Moonlight
Row 'lz Carrolyn Shepherd, Ber-
nell Richardson, Albert Langer,
Barbara Behrends, Beverly Ot-
terness, Pat Christensen, Connie
Stathas ' Delores Erickson, Kath-
leen O'Brien, Marilyn Nelson,
James Norton, Phil Hobrough,
Russ Mattson, Thea Koelln,
Elaine Forsblad 9 Evelyn Hays,
Pat Murnane, Marlys Christian-
son, Daniel Wetterstrom, Leon-
ard Miller, Gene Kroger, Norm
Johnson ' Leon Goodrich, Phil
Nelson, Doug Sturmer, Marlyn
lsakson, Dan Ullyot, Duane
Brinkman, Bob Garling, Jerry
Row 1: Karlene Boyd, Carol
Johnson, Elizabeth McDowell,
Nancy Steiner, Shirley DuBay,
Gladice Smith, Carol Korner '
Judith Swenson, Eleanor Roch,
Barbara Roufs, Judy Jensen,
Kathryn Quammen, Carla Nord!
ly, Diane Evans 0 Willette Sterk,
Alice Hutchinson, Leonard Ped-
erson, Donna Fender, Bruce Rob-
inson, Donald Milton ' Walter
Peters, Doug Rudolf, Bob Smith,
Milton Craighead, Jim Landis,
Michael Holdoway, Bob Gruber.
Row l: Dellene Peterson, Ardyce
Grumke, Bill Wilberding, Jean
Strobush, Norma Nelson, Jun-
ann Grapp, Norma Landis 5
Nancy Torgersen, Carol Spoon-
er, Barbara Erdes, Geraldine
Weinert, Bill Tesch, Charles
Brookins, Marilyn Fenske ' Julie
Rasmussen, Susan Barnes, Karen
l-lengescht, Kay Norman, Chuck
Massie, Margaret Johnson, Rage
er Meyer, Jaan Huwe ' Gerald
Nelson, Eugene Bohrnert, David
Law, Roger Toussaint, Bob Ry-
strom, Graham Johnson, John
Row 1: Flora Walker, Jackie
Thaemert, Denise Verbrugghen,
Deloris Sliver, Donna Lubke '
Barbara Calverley, Joanne
Murk, Evelyn Martinson, Shirley
Cownie, Charlotte Quinn, Carol
McDonald 9 John Bergstrom,
Richard Luba, Roger Olson, Rol-
and Gisyold, Talis Smits, Wayne
Cegelske, Barbara Bowman '
Bob Brown, Rolf Amland, Wor-
ren Hughes, Rick Arny, Roy Hag-
erman, Larry Hilderbrand.
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if E 5 S 2 ill it ' lily All
There's No Stopping Now
F 'nding the Happiness of Today '
Page twenty-eig ht
Row 1: Marlene Bell, Janet
Woehrle, Karen Haaland, Janet
Cofoeal, Floraine Jungk, Nancy
Biorndahl, Teddie Proshek .
Carol Kohnen, Janeece Olson,
Darleen Dixon, Carol Miller,
Carol Mulroy, Sally Carlson,
Karen Hoaglund, Nancy Free-
man, Judy Piper ' Gloria Hert,
Carroll Ashley, Bill Summer,
Jean McCurdy, Sue Rohleder,
Ann Snyder, Jean Gavin, Shirley
Anderson, Ronald Taylor ' Ron-
ald Neuiahr, Gib Larson, Chuck
McCarl, Gene Slattum, Ken Es-
persen, Buzz Grove, Leo Lindig,
Row 1: Lorene Thompson, Betty
Biorndahl, Joan Lovness, Rose-
marie Luedtke, Kenneth Ander-
son, Charles Bastel, Shirley
Barnes ' Ray Swinton, Anne
Marie Hallberg, Karl Walstram,
Onalee Hadrits, Julie Wason,
Robert Larson 9 Carol Simons,
Margaret Spiegel, Leo Snyder,
Paul lsakson, John Nelson '
Dave Krenlce, Paul Berge, Leroy
Anderson, Donald Stopf, How-
ard Winges, Dave Dettle.
Row 1: Pauline Krinke, Harriet
Roe, Janice Hodnefleld, Ada
Moore, Nancy Brioschi, Carol
Mickelson 9 Gail Kellor, Joan
Allen, Marlene Franz, Va Laine
Vick, Beverly Anderson, James
Mullen, Virginia Thole ' Peter
Christensen, Roger Lemm, Don-
ald Sorensen, Sandra Holzinger,
Laurice Johnson, Whitey Aus '
Ralph Peterson, Elliot Stolen,
Richard Pederson, Cecil Wells,
Thai Brings a Pleasant Future
Row 1: Barb Gayman, Margaret
Lovegreen, Javonne Olsen, Peg-
gy Martin, Penny Haas, Nancy
Parker, Colleen Jannette P Ca-
thy Smith, Jacquelyn Rice, Alice
Schwartz, Dick Gebhard, Charles
Kemble, Barbara Hentges,
Louise Williams, Rlou Guston '
Eileen Thoennes, Karen Rasmus-
sen, Jim Niessen, Walter Peter-
son, Dick Lembke, Peter Winget,
Janice Larson 9 Jim Ubel, Don-
ald Quayle, John Le Clair, Rog-
er Sterba, Joel Malmberg, John
Sandquist, Bruce Hallen, Jim
Row 1: Joyce Dakka, Paula Ru-
dahl, Eunice Boyd, Jeanne Tier-
nan, Beryl Spooner, Judy Ander-
son ' Paul Whiting, Annette
Vik, Naomi Zaspel, Charles
Fryhofer, Judy Podd, Richard
Anderson ' Robert Grainer,
Don Lindig, Ray King, Marilyn
Kafka, Doris Foster 9 Paul Bur-
son, Gene Scharenbroich, Karen
Rortvedt, Ray Notch, Ray Neet-
zel, Tom Olson.
Raw l: Beverly Thiry, Donna
Koch, Bonnie Lotberg, Janet
Geyorkiantz, Mary Ann Kuett-
ner, Jeanette Mielke, Sandra
Nelson, Phyllis Nielson 9 Dick
Field, Roland Weber, Robert
Galatovich, Joyce Hellickson
Shirley Lund, Rose Pederson,
Janet Peterson, Darwin McKillips
P Leona Mikish, Mike Mickelson,
Jerry Werner, Charles Quail,
Pete Varney, Joyce Anderson,
Jerome Kruger ' Pauline An-
derson, Chester Hegstrom, Merle
Potter, Jim Reilly, Bob Jones,
Russ Schmitz, Ronald Weltzin,
Lining Up For the Fun of If
Row 1: Jeannine Asher, Carol
Jennings, Frances Allred, Ger-
aldine Gagnon, Marilyn Martin
' Barbara King, Janette John-
ston, Mary Catherine Mead,
Corinne Paulson, Sandra Holm-
berg ' Joyce Woessner, John
Schweitzer, Bob Johnson, Dean
Erickson, Bob Hays ' Judy Ac-
kerman, Roger Anderson, Phil
Crandall, James Nelson, Larry
Row 1: Bernard McCall, Patricia
Walters, Priscilla Thomas, Rob-
ert Novak, Myrtis Grahn, Nellis
Holmgren, Luella Quammen '
Nancy Beniamin, Robert Peter-
son, Bruce Lonnes, Jerry Lund,
Gerald Dusosky, Ronald Olson,
Donald Kelsey ' Sandra Zin-
ken, Wally Loucks, Carol Schu-
bring, Don Risvald, Gerald An-
derson, John Otto 5 Sharon
Borthold, Robert Abbe, Tom
Stage, Ralph Gundersen, Joseph
Mullaly, Ronald Soderlund, Liv-
Row l: David Bailey, Carol
Koonce, Jalond Robinson, Bar-
bara Stromberg, Gwen Pautz,
Carol Keller, Bob Edwards,
Joyce Peterson 5 Carol Trower,
Patricia Johannsen, Marilyn
Hughes, Todd Hunt, Gary Olson,
Peggy Bentz, Ted Le Claire, De-
anna Krizan ' Bruce Ruben-
stein, Susan Peter, Dennis Har-
ris, Sarah Christensen, Alvina
Philip, Clem Claseman, Thomas
Hayes, John Seeger 9 Dick
Pepinsky, Donald Swadburg,
Sharon Fisher, John O'Dwyer,
John Quam, Russell Williams,
Row 1: Mary Parslow, Nancy
White, Patricia Thistle, Ruth
Langer, Susan Myers, Mary
Sperbeclc, Connie Gaulet, Mar-
gie Prettyman ' Gerald John-
son, Sylvia Jensen, Phyllis John-
son, Nancy Schweitzer, Sandra
Thieling, Darlene Massie, Mar-
garet Snyder, Peter Niemczylc '
Elizabeth Boland, Janice Nelson,
Reta Mallett, Michael Langer,
Floyd Bedbury, Harvey Roloft,
Margaret Kuehn 5 David Olson,
Bruce Quimby, Bob Aschenbach,
Lawrence Freeborg, Layton
Landstrom, Lynne Hella, David
Pederson, Jim Salyers.
GeHing In Line Wifh the Resf
Row 'l: Marcia MacDonald,
Mary Timm, Ronald Taylor,
Elaine Carlson, Emly McDiar-
med, Jerry Gammel, Karen
Pietsch ' Bill Tereault, Kay Bal-
come, Mike Donahue, Mary Lou
Hanatin, Ray Gruber, Pat Bar-
rett, Kenneth Kluge, Gerald
Stolcker ' Marcia Gower, Wil-
liam Sands, Barbara Krucke-
berg, George Olson, Mary Man-
son, Judy Jacobsen, Dennis
Sherman ' Robert Behrends,
Merle McKillips, Jean Karl, Lar-
ry Nelson, Katherine Freeman,
Row 1: Peter Medchill, Lorraine
Tesch, Mary Stradinger, Freder-
ick Morloclc, Vergel Wason,
June Appel, Frederick Miller 9
Elaine Rasmussen, Roger Joseph-
son, Carol McKillips, Nancy Rice,
Ruth Macziewslci, Armin Eclchotil,
Robert Sorensen, Bill Snodgrass
' Judith Johnson, Richard Cow-
nie, Bob Pavel, Rollin Becker,
David Luclcey, Michael Frantz,
John Mazzitello 9 Dorian Steclc-
ling, Jon Peterson, Karen Grans,
John Stapt, Shirley Espersen,
Row 'la CaTherine Corbey, Rich-
ard Jack, Lorelei RicherT, RoberT
MazziTello, Alice Wayne, Kay
Sarnecki, James PeTersan, KaTh-
erine Price ' Judy Engebretson,
Caron Mooney, Deanna John-
son, Suzanne Lemm, Lenora
Mead, Gertrude Cook, Judith
Dearing, RiTa Palarine ' Bever-
ly Discher, Judy Mulroy, Carol
BlomsTrand, Elaine Tiedeman,
Russell Gunther, Roger Shep-
herd, Mavis Geske, Jean Wilson
. Warren Swanson, Bob Chea-
Tham, Dave Olson, David Jack,
Larry Paie, Lily BeTh Wahlberg,
Ted Fenske, Carolyn l-loefT, Don
Enjoying Their Inferesis
Along wiTh The increase in The younger popula-
Tion of Murray, new TalenTs and ideas have be-
come evidenT. A special program has been
worked ouT Tor The sevenTh and eighih grades,
and one ol The besT-liked parTs of This program is
The experience in arT craTT.
Larradine l-less, sTanding, and Michael ScoTT,
aT The loom, agree mosT hearTily ThaT weaving is
Their TavoriTe. Larradine has iusT finished weav-
ing a bookmark which she is showing To Michael
as he sTarTs his.
Running a close second on The lisT of TavoriTes
is soap carving. Jerry Grove, aT The leTT, is puTTing
The lasT Touches on his mosT recenT creaTion, ci
model of a whale.
Murray sevenTh graders claim Their main in-
TeresT is hobbies. They have inspecTed many dif-
TerenT ones in Their classes and have sTarTed new
and inTeresTing collecTions of Their own.
Elsie Vong, John l-lealy, and Sharyn Razska-
zofl, Three hobby enThusiasTs, showed members
ol Their class Their various hobbies which include
embroidering, a collecTion of c-oins and milk
boTTle Tops, and silver spoons from faraway
Row 1: Robert Larson, Duane
Meemken, Jeanne Fahsl, Donald
Klein, Marilyn Fryhofer, La-
Vonne Sandeen, Karen Kulen-
lcamp, David Geslce ' James
Lee, Barbara Barnum, Slanley
McFarlin, Donald Peterson,
Jayne McCallisTer, Gordon Hem-
ming, Rosalie Her! ' Carol
Oakins, Richard Richter, Judy
Maehl, George Tselos, Wayne
Johnson, Doug Wilke, Joyce
Patten, Garry Brenrer 9 Ba 5
Massie, Jackie Roan, June
Lange, Sherrill Weides, Dyane
Arhcirf, Barb Arlh, Karen
Class of '57 Chalking fhe Line
Row 1: Riley Newman, Robert
Wemyss, Ronald Anderson,
James Hurley, Joel Kerlan, San-
dra Kellor, Marilyn Hilgerl, Bey-
erly Sheire ' Michael Scolf,
Thomas Dumont, Darlene Du-
paul, John Bjorklund, Elaine
Bloom, Patricia Rolh, Mary Lou
Kroona, Judy Zon 9 Roger
Abrahamson, Jim Nielsen, Lee
Snyder, Chuck Johnson, Miriam
Pederson, Judy Nelson, Virginia
DeVViTl, Jerome Grahn, Jack
Johnson 9 Virginia Larson, Syl-
via Borgeson, Dick Kampa,
John Zupler, Hope Dahlen,
John Gilie, Barbara White,
Row l: Virginia Pearl, Margaret
Dahl, Dorothy Quinn, Donald
Snyder, Kenneth Klock, Bruce
Sparr, Charles Regal ' Darrel
Wemyss, Sandro Maas, George
Briggs, Peter Arny, Valarie Ein-
ieldf, Kalherine Nelson, Karen
Loney, John Paul Jones ' Hugh
Florman, Dagmar Nelson,
Louise Brookins, Ronald Rone
quisl, James Olexa, Clark Hude-
oohl, Jerry Burlcholder ' Karen
Tinlcer, Lyn Johnson, Joyce
Prickett, Barbara Magnuson,
Loren Olson, Janet Manley,
Richard Klemz, Floyd White.
Class of '58 Following
Row 'l: Shirley Nelson, Thomas
Cimbura, Tom Foster, Nanette
Frantz, John Shepherd, Thomas
Johnson, James Otto, Natalie
Granovsky 9 Roger Gilbert,
Charles Bassett, Faye Webber,
Sharon Klemz, Rosemary Soder-
lund, Susan Workman, Mary
Susan McKay, Barbara Toenies
9 Jan Sarnecki, Clifford Storey,
LeRoy Smith, Thomas Salmon,
Burle Halstead, David Olby,
Nancy Young, Phyllis Rasmussen,
Janet Johnson 9 James Nelson,
Susan Wigen, Barbara Wooding,
Sandra Lee, Gerald Quayle,
Scott Linsley, Harold McCarthy,
Row 'lz Ronald Okoneski, Larra,
dine Hess, Adriann Stathas,
Roger Risbrudt, Clinton Smith,
Sharon Gust, Sondra Johannsen,
Geraldine Bundy 9 Danny Clem-
mons, Glenn Richards, Caroline
Wilke, Carolyn Lemm, Richard
Korner, Fay Wittmer, Sandra
Sutton 9 Quentin Perfect, Gren-
ville Fales, Jimmy Jahnke, Jerry
Grove, Barbara Erickson, David
Morton, Helga Mueller, Karen
Munson 9 Barbara Mason,
Sharon Meloy, Mike Guttersen,
Mary Peterson, Georgann Ko-
elln, Yvonne Allen, Sally Burn-
ham, Kenneth Jacky, Robert
Row T: David Sigstad, Stephen
Magnuson, Bill Armistead, Ken-
neth Taylor, John lvey, David
Kratt, Barry Rosch, Douglas
Kluge 9 Howie Eilers, Elsie
Vong, Sharon Hovda, Charlotte
Hubenette, Carole Hutton, Nan-
cy McKinney, Gail Werner 9
Kathleen Wilson, Nancy Doug-
las, Sandra Clyne, Bill Wayne,
Bill Torgersen, Myrna Kuum,
Roger Sandquist, John Dunlop
9 Fletcher Tyler, Sandra Boy-
ington, Norman Olson, Mary
Ann Jordan, Hermene Nelson,
Nancy Podd, Don Bjorklund.
You All Along the Way
Row 'l: Lynn Wybest, Sandra
Dahl, Jack Nichols, Sharon
Johnson, Donald Watters, Gary
Lane, Darlene Yaeger, Mary
Myers ' Susan Wilke, Bruce
Barthold, Marvin Geske, Lynne
Morrison, Mary Lou Anderson,
Donald Mottatt, JoAnn Ander-
son, Judy Johnson ' Sandra
Tschida, Doris Roberson, Verene
Busch, Joann Kluegel, Bob
Sands, Gerald Nelson, Elaine
Sather 9 Cynthia Loudon, John
Fisher, John Healy, Jack Stein-
graber, Joanne Graves, Joan
Denucci, Eileen Robinson, Sharyn
Row 1: Victor Etienne, Eu-
gene Mitz, Bill Paist, Mary
Karl, Marilyn Knudson,
Dennis Nord, Forrost Jen-
sen, Gary Kershaw, Bob
Skundberg ' Sandra Sol-
land, Jean Nier, Roger
Teich, Stephen Egge, Doris
Gust, Kathleen Doeltz,
Doris Benson, Rosemary
Trapp, Darlene Balfanz,
Mariorie Hill 5 Betty
Hayes, Karen Slind, Lor-
raine Hays, Don Pederson,
Ronald Sandauist, Virginia
Raymond, Chris Brohaugh,
Jim Ullyot, Carol Borgeson
9 David Magnuson,
Charles Nelson, Pat Weg-
man, Joan Johnson, Robert
Abbott, Phyllis Anderson,
Karen Martinson, Wendell
Row 'lc Marlene Bailey,
Gordon Lothson, Clifford
Carlson, Lyle Slifer, Dick
Hodnetield, Jerry Olson,
Glen Skovholt, Karl Barge-
son 9 Maureen Fenske,
Milo Peterson, Joyce Free-
man, Ruth Steinwall, Diane
Richert, Deanna Lemm,
Joyce Sims, Pete Lawson,
Betty White ' Gretchen
Humrickhouse, Albert Stos-
kopt, Jack Einteldt, Bruce
Matthews, Nancy Zihiel,
Lucille Shaft, Dennis Sie-
bold, John Freeman '
Nancy Manning, JoLynn
Edberg, Gordon Pearson,
Phil Bowman, Mary Han-
son, Suzanne Pertect, Bar-
bara Thorsen, Shirley Hu-
benette, Barbara Block.
Where? - - - This clothesline represents a
portion of the Lost and Found's business.
After working on this Student Council com-
mittee, Judy Podd and Nancy Steiner are
acquainted with the tendency of Murray
students to misplace everything from coats
to compacts. The lost articles usually show
up at the Lost and Found oftice to b-e event-
ually reclaimed by absent-minded owners.
5555 - - - Tony Andersen, Princess Mary
Madigan of the March of Dimes, and Mr.
Ralph Engebretson appear interested Cthat
may rate as the understatement of the yearj
in the money collected by the Student Coun-
cil tor the March of Dimes. This drive is held
annually to aid in the tight against polio.
An actual march held in the auditorium
resulted in total contributions of 516214.
M.H.S, governing officials - - - Comprising
Murray's executive board are Student Coun-
cil officers among whom are Barbara Blue-
baugh and Tony Andersen. Having the final
say is Mr. Ralph Engebretson, adviser of the
governing organization. Many responsibil-
ities to the student body, by whom they
were -elected, rest upon the select and com-
Row 1: Charles Bassett, Lorraine Hays, George Briggs, Judith Nelson, Susan Myers, Hermene Nelson, JoLynn
Edberg, Grenville Fales ' Jeanette Mielke, Jean Gallagher, Joan Vannelli, Judy Rodd, Louise Williams,
Phyllis Nielsen, Jackie Roan, Judith Dearing 9 Barbara Bluebaugh, Nathanial Aus, Don Milton, Mike Mickel-
son, Mary Manson, Thea Koelln, Jean Strobush 9 Ray Swinton, Bob Johnson, Gordon Tripp, Monroe Larson,
Doug Rudolf, Beverly Niessen, Beverly Lindquist, Judy Piper 9 Rolf Amland, Richard Olmen, Robert Rystrom,
John Sampson, David Luckey, Tony Andersen, Rodney Magnuson, Tom Anderson.
Student Council Marks Progress
All Student Council representatives and alternates
meet today in the teachers' lunch room-The morning
bulletin often has notices similar to this which are of
importance not only to members of the Student Coun-
cil but to every individual at Murray. Much of the
work accomplished and many of the decisions made
by this governing organization are essential to
achieve an efficient, progressive school.
The meeting will please come to order-Tony An-
dersen was "chief gavel-pounder" at Student Council
meetings this year. Mr. Ralph Engebretson, serving his
initial term as adviser, assisted in maintaining this par-
ticular line a straight and even one.
Has a lavendar plastic billfold been turned in?f
The Lost and Found headed by Judy Podd was one of
the most frequented services provided by the Student
Council. Articles of every description are handled
during the year.
Permit, please-Another line capably handled by
various Student Council members is the one connected
to the telephone. Permits are necessary to use the
phone and someone is always stationed to make sure
the privilege is not abused. Students also have charge
of the halls and stairways.
Two in the aisle-Charting assembly seats and
drawing up the activities calendar are two more im-
portant functions of this highly responsible organiza-
tion. Duplicate assemblies were considered this year
as a solution to the seating problem created by lim-
ited space and increased enrollment. This was avoid-
ed by making use of all available space, including
Please pass the angel hair-Christmas came to Mur-
ray when Student Council members created a holiday
atmosphere by decorating a huge tree in the auditori-
um, Other events of the season were the annual
Christmas Seal Drive and March of Toys. The Com-
munity Chest Drive andthe March of Dimes were ad-
ditional drives organized by the Student Council in
which students generously participated.
We do it this way-Attending conventions is one
more phase of Student Council activities. The organ-
ization's convention at Mankato State Teachers' Col-
lege was one of the most profitable experiences of
the year. This member of both the National and State
Associations of Student Councils is constantly striving
for new and better ways of functioning. One effective
way of improvement has been the exchange of ideas
with other schools.
l-le's got another dessert under the tablel4A high
spot of the crowded Student Council year is the an-
nual banquet held in the spring. Plans forthe occa-
sion were capably handled by Jean Gallagher and
Tony Andersen. Another hnal event on the agenda
was the election of next year's ofhcers.
Take a letter - - - Seated: Carol Lindig, Mark Maftson, Jack
Sorteberg, standing: Marlene Wethammer, JoAnn Meloy, Janet
Anderson, Juleen Sampson, Thea Koelln.
Business Caclettes Train
For Secretarial Futures
Double carbon on that letter-Under The guidance
ot Miss Valborg Helseth and Miss Eleanor Steelsmith,
the Business Cadettes are indispensable To Murray.
Each member has a "iob" with some organization or
Teacher during one period ot every school day.
Home was never like thisfOne ot The highlights on
The year's list of activities was The breakfast held at
the cateteria ot The University Agricultural School.
Old members also reviewed Their Business Cadette
days aT The Alumnae dinner which Took place This
Mfmeographing masters - - - Seated: Willette Sterk, standing:
Jean Vadnais, Katherine Bonniwell, Carol Parslow, Margaret Kehr,
Grace Meyer, Dorothy Day.
Top brass - - - Seated: Lynn Wagener, Donna Peterson, stand-
ing: Carol Berry, Janet Hoppe, Lois Pickering, lrene Paulbitske.
All work and no play etc.-The Cadettes Took To
the ice at Their winter party or "Fun Night". To raise
money, The club sponsored a movie enjoyed by a
large percentage ot The school. Other interesting and
educational activities were the Trips taken To The
Northwestern Bell Telephone Company and The Bur-
roughs Adding Machine Company,
"Blow Out The Candle"-The initiation held in The
spring is a beautitul and impressive ceremony. The
preceding year's ofticers pass on Their duties to The
newly elected executives in The Torm ot lighted
candles. This year The club was headed by Donna
Peterson, president, Lois Pickering, vice-president:
Janet Hoppe, treasurer, Lynn Wagener, secretary,
Carol Berry and Irene Paulbitske, program chairmen.
Tapping keys - - - Row l: Ann Baerwald, Pat Kratz, Joan
Peterson ' Rae Ann Rathbun, Jean Garrow, Elaine Hansen, Ros-
ella Seidenkranz, Barbara Cheatham.
Quill and Scroll C-iefs Carnival Spirit
Tales of yesierclay - - - Studying past history of The Stephen
Vincent Benet Chapter of Quill and Scroll are 1953 officers .luleen
Sampson, treasurer, Ellen Syrdal, secretary: Carol Sioven, pres-
idenfg Meta Wood, vice-president.
Have you enough inches'?eAll prospecTive mem-
bers of Quill and Scroll musT send published maferial
To The naTional oliice. Enough scribes did iusT ThaT To
make This year's rosTer The largesT in Murray's hisTory.
Haven'T Those pins come yeT?-PresidenT Carol
SToven had her hands Tull This Tall vvhen she planned
The TirsT iniTiaTion. To add To her worries The pins Tor
Tlie new iniTiaTes didn'T arrive until ive minuTes be-
fore The ceremony.
Look vvho's here!-Early in February The club held
Their annual banqueT and iniTiaTion aT The Women's
CiTy Club. To add To The lun Vulcan and his cohorTs
OT The ST. Paul WinTer Carnival raided The ceremony,
and females of The group were obliged To carry on
vviTh smudged laces.
BaTTer up-CompeTiTion conTinued as The Tvvo rival
sTaTTs parTicipaTed in a baseball gorne aT The annual
picnic. Worries ol The year were lorgoTTen as evi-
denced by leltover deadline energy vvhich was cori-
sumed as The score rnounTed.
Scribes of '53
Row 'lz Miss Margaret Glenn, Jean Anne Olexa, Delores Maczievvski, Barbara Bluebaugh, Jean Gallagher,
Bernice ForTmeyer, Judy Kaufmann, Jane BjornsTad, Nancy Wallgren, Susan Proshek 9 Gordon Tripp, Dorothy
Steele, Janet Nelson, Maria Strenglis, Mildred McKirdy, Janet Cook, Joan Wetschka, Margie Healy, Jack
GoTTlieb, Dick WiTTe, Walter Peters 9 Jack Sorteberg, Harvey West, Susan Wilcox, Joyce RortvedT, Donna
Trovatten, Roberta Mackin, Helen Miller, Audrey Lee, Leo Lunclgren, Jim Swadburg.
Row 1: Judy Ackerman, Alice Hutchinson, Juleen Sampson, Richard Anderson 0 Eleanor Rach, Ronald Weltzin, Shirley Anderson, Nan-
cy Freeman, Marcia MacDonald, Naomi Zaspel, Karen Rasmussen 5 Jean Gallagher, Karl Walstrom, Ronald Soderlund, Pat Dynan, Fay
Margen, Richard Olmen, Larry Ralph, Priscilla Thomas 0 Charles Kemble, Jim Niessen, Russell Williams, Bob Aschenbach, David Norden,
Warren Arndt, Vernon Pearson, Charlotte Quinn, Jean McCurdy, Ruth Zaspel 9 Judy Engebretson, Annie Vik, Peter Christensan, Marilyn
Nelson, Barbara Behrends, Sharon Barthold, Mary Sperbeck, Donna Koch, Bernell Richardson, Carolyn Schmidt.
Murray's Band Can Be Found
Strike up the band!-First on Mr. Heron's agenda
last fall was outfitting the band in uniforms. This is
no small matter when you stop to consider the various
sized band members, but once the task was accom-
plished the Murray music-makers were ready for ac-
tion. Early in October this spirited group played in
Victory Square for the Community Chest Drive. They
also had the privilege of playing for former President
Harry S. Truman when he came to St. Paul during the
presidential campaign. The band sponsored the home-
coming dance again this year, and their decorative
efforts were admired by all who attended.
Wish we had an auditorium like thatl-January 2l
the band played a ioint concert with Columbia
Heights School. While they were there, the band had
an opportunity to View the new addition to the school
and were impressed by the ultra-modern building.
Earlier in January, the musicians had the opportunity
of attending the Hamline Band Clinic where Mr.
Thomas Nee, Hamline band director, led the group in
Whatever the occasion-Many events would not be
complete without the musical support of the Murray
band. Pep assemblies are among these affairs. This
also holds true at athletic contests including football
and basketball games. ln order to be dressed for the
occasion, band members purchased "pep" tags-the
Murray gold sweater with the blue "M". The band
had an opportunity to play their favorite tunes at the
March of Toys and March of Dimes assemblies.
l think l'm going to falll-This first skating band in
the United States again brought fame and acclaim to
Murray this winter. They skated at the Murray-Hum-
baldt hockey game and at the final game ofthe State
Hockey Tournament. On February Qi, maiorettes
Bernice Fortmeyer and Carol Parslow added an at-
traction to this occasion by exhibiting their skating
abilities during intermission. The band also partici-
pated in the dedication of the new wing at the Chel-
sea Heights School. Trumpet trios and clarinet en-
sembles made several appearances at social and
civic atqairs throughout the year.
Row 'lz Phyllis Nielsen, Kay Sarnecki, Jean Karl, Merle Potter ' Leo Lundgren, William Sands, Merle McKillips, Bruce Quimby, Nancy Y
Schweitzer, Carol Schubring 0 John Schweitzer, Lois Thomas, John Seeger, Margaret Lovegreen, Lorelie Richert, Lorene Thompson, Helen
Miller 9 Don Johnson, David Pedersen, Nellis Holmgren, Geraldine Gagnon, Bob Johnson, George Olson, Gene Scharenbroich, Norm
Johnson, Charles Eide 9 Bernice Fortmeyer, Joan Huwe, Barbara Bluebaugh, Barbara Erdes, Carol Parslow, Eldora Cooper, Mary Pars-
low, Jim Sabin.
On Slippery Ice Or Firm Ground
Musicians of Note
Were you selling Band Concert tickets?WSpring
proved to be the busy season tor the band. The most y
important ot their engagements was the annual con- 3
cert held April 30 and May l. Following tradition, a
variety ot numbers was played including stirring
marches, tamiliar ballads, and both serious and comic
arrangements. As a reward for excellent work during
the year, the lively seventh and eighth grade band
participated in the spring concert. After an enioyable
musical evening, it was agreed that the ever-popular
song title should read "Alexander Heron's Ragtime
Band". ln March these talented musicians held their
spring banquet. The group will observe another tra-
ditional Memorial Day by making their annual march
through the neighborhood. The School Police Picnic
will culminate the year's activities.
And the sound comes out here - - - Band officers Bernice Fort-
meyer, Lois Thomas, Dick Anderson, and Dick Olmen listen to Mr.
Alexander Heron's explanation of the intricacies of various band
Page forty-th ree
Future Leaders of Women's Societies
Girls' League Board
Pretty Cpopl corny - - - Caught in an informal mood are the leaders
of Murray's Girls' League. Row lc Diane Evans, vice-president, Barbara
Erdes, secretary, Janet Nelson, co-program chairman 9 Joan Vannelli,
treasurer, Jane Vik, president, Bernice Fortmeyer, co-program chairman.
Girls Are Social-Minded
Miniature League ot Women-Girls' League is
the largest "Femme" organization at Murray.
Oh, to be young again!-Freshmen girls were
honored by the upperclassmen at the Hrst meeting.
Each was crowned with a small green cap and
given a sucker to eat.
Mind your manners-was the theme ot a panel
discussion at which both parents and girls partici-
Valentines-February found this club co-spon-
soring the Sweetheart Ball with Boys' League.
Sophomores Bob Johnson and Ada Moore were
elected King and Queen ot Hearts.
Dear Senior-you are invited to attend a party
-A Mother-Daughter tea was given in May by the
iunior girls in honor ot the senior girls and their
mothers. Thus another banner year came to a close
under the leadership ot Miss Gladys Rose.
To you, Greenies - - - Each fall Girls' League does something special for its new
members. This year each freshman girl was presented with a small green hat. Crown-
ing Marcia McDonald, Gwen Pautz, and Nancy Schweitzer, are Jane vik and .loan
Retired Businessmen's Association
Boys Are Sports-Minded
They're off!-as if shot from guns, the clamor of
the bell sent boys in grades nine Through twelve
stampeding to their favorite club meeting. Month-
ly gatherings of this strictly stag organization left
bewildered females to wonder just what attracted
such enthusiastic attention. Now we'll bare the big
There's a football in your future-At the October
meeting, Mr. John Kulbitslce, freshman football
coach at the University of Minnesota, showed films
of the Minnesota team in action and also pointed
out positions former Murrayites now hold there.
Should we adopt afternoon footballfln Novem-
ber Mr. Lou Gelfand, sportswriter for the St. Paul
Pioneer Press and Dispatch, posed this topic for
discussion. He also spoke on the standings of other
high school sports in the Twin Cities.
Featured on the January Boys' League program was Mr. John Mariucci, hockey
coach at the University of Minnesota, who spoke on his experiences as a professional
hockey player. Here he compares notes with iunior Don Milton, who plays left wing for
Boys League Board
Planning the year's activities in advance takes the pain out of last
minute program preparations agree these boys. Officers and advisers
are, left to right: Phil Hobrough, Dan Ullyot, Mr. Joseph Odanovich, Mr.
Albert Sandberg, Rodney Magnuson, Gilbert Larson.
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It Was a Great Campaign Year.
The 1952 Homecoming queen is - - - Candidates Bernice Fort-
meyer, Jean Gallagher, lone Harris, and Delores Hassie, weren't
the only ones who held their breath on that eventful day when
the 1952 Queen of the Snows, Miss Beverly Prazak, deliberated
as to whom should receive the crown. By popular vote Jean Gal-
lagher was chosen to reign over the homecoming dance and
game. It was "Our Men vs. the Minutemen" as the Pilots lost,
Burning the midnight oil - - - Press agents of the future might
be the term applied to Dan Wegleitner, Ronald Selleck, Gordon
Tripp, and Tony Andersen, who managed the homecoming queen
campaign. Included among their duties were planning introduc-
tion skits, organizing committees, and advertising the charms
of their candidates. Gordon Tripp's efforts were well rewarded
as he was manager of the winning candidate.
Come on gang, let's cheer for .lean - - - and cheer they didl
A one act minstrel show was staged by Jean Gallagher's commit-
tee at an assembly which presented all queen candidates. Includ-
ed in the troupe were, seated left to right: Rodney Magnuson,
Ronald Taylor, Akira Shiozaki, Gordon Tripp, Rick Arny, Dick
Witte, and Phil Nelson. Standing sign posts were: Carol Stoven,
Patricia Dynan, Dorothea Koch, and Maria Strenglis.
Line of March - - - Led by the spirited music ofthe band, gaily
decorated cars and floats were a part of the most successful home-
coming parade in Murray's history. Competition was keen as
various groups met secretly to producre prize floats. Receiving
honorable mention was the iunior class entry built by Bruce Robin-
son and Charles Brookins. Bruce is shown at the controls while
Charles is in the dog house.
Future Citizens Display Versatility
Ike versus Adloi - - - Voting was the topic of the day for fresh-
man civic classes around November 4. Getting first-hand expe-
rience in preparation for the time when they will be eligible to
participate in this great democratic privilege are Todd Hunt,
Mary Sperbeclc, David Olson, Beverly Dicker, and Davfd Hayes.
Explaining the finer points to an interested onlooker and the
students is Miss Bertha Muedeking, instructor.
Get yer buttons here! Only one-fourth of a dollar - - - Peter
Banning and Bob Barnes are the two eager hucksters who seem
to have captivated Paul Whiting with their spiel. lt may be the
colors, gold and blue, which make these Pilot buttons so popular,
or the desire of Murray students to show what a terrific school
they attend, but whatever the reason, the maiority of the stu-
dents buy a button during the football season.
Mixing it up - - -Juniors captured and seemingly reveled in the
limelight at the Junior Class Mixer portrayed here. ln the devel-
opment of a closely-knit class, events such as this are an essential
factor. A well-organized group, in turn, plays an important role
in a pleasant, progressive school atmosphere. Judy Jensen, Dar-
lene Erickson, Bob Gruber, Jim Norton, Bill Panek, Bob Brown,
and Barbara Bowman are the future seniors.
Melody Boys, Murray's Music Masters - - - Talent and personal-
ity are the two ingredients which combine to produce this success-
ful and busy quartet. Roland Gisvold, first tenor, Phil Nelson,
second tenor, Bob Gruber, first bass, Ronnie Taylor, second bass,
are the four popular iuniors whose voices produce such pleasing
harmony, Their appearances include both social and civic func-
Here's one more - - - Top salesman Donna Trovatten, left, gives
a cheery send-oft to Eleanor Roch, second highest salesman, and
Gordon Prickett and Sharon Gemmill, co-chairmen for the Christ-
mas card sale conducted annually by Library Club and iournalism
Ever gay - evergreen - - - The entire school as well as the
Library Club enioyed the Christmas tree in the library trimmed
by Charlotte Quinn, Dan Ullyot, and Jim Ubiel. The tree was
given to The Minnesota Children's Center for the Christmas holi-
Books - Lines to New Vistas
Achool-Beginning the year in business-like style,
Library Club members dusted the shelves last tall and
again set the library into circulation. Automatically,
seniors stepped into their new roles ot stat? workers,
and iuniors headed the various committees organized
to keep the library running smoothly under the guid-
ance ot Miss Marion Gratz, librarian,
Reading is tunHThis was the theme tor the annual
Book Week testival which included exhibitions ot re-
cently published books, In an all-school election, thir-
ty-six books were selected to be purchased tor the li-
brary. Climaxing the vveek's activities was a tea to
Row iz Carol Kohnen, Betty McDowell, Penny Haas, Lois Wahlstedt, Shirley Cownie, .lacauelyn Rice, Charlotte Quinn, Pot Christensen
Vtlarren Arndt, Ronald Edlund, .lim Ubel, Leon Goodrich, Phil Granovsky, Gordon Tripp, Gilbert Larson, Bob Wall, Roger Olson ' Nancy
Freeman, Ann Snyder, Nancy Wallgren, .lane Biornstacl, Donna Trovaiien, Margaet Johnson, Eleanor Roch, Diane Young 9 George Cook,
Jack Smith, Gordon Prickett, Rolf Amland, Dan Ullyot, Jack Sorteberg, David Law, Dale Vlfegner.
Library Club Gives
Dawn to Dusk
Service to School
which faculty and parents of Li-
brary Club members were invited.
Sandra Holzinger, Bob Andrews,
Paul Whiting, Don Milton, and Lois
Wahlstedt gave book reviews. Mar- Y
ilyn Fenske was chairman of the
Only sixty-six more days un-
til Christmas-Once again the iour-
nalism department joined Library
Club in selling Christmas cards and
notepaper. Library Club, with its
share of profits, purchased a new
'vocations and clipping tile, an
electric clock for the workroom, a bulletin board,
stools for under the round table, and brass fixtures
for the card catalog. Another money-making proiect
was the sale of Murray buttons.
Who? How? When? Where? Why?-As instructors
of the Auxiliary, it was up to Meta Wood and Gordon
Prickett to provide lessons and answers to the many
questions asked about the library. Classes were held
"L" is for library, leadership, learning - - - Library Club Board members include Peter
Banning, sergeant-at-arms, JoAnn Meloy, program chairman, Jack Smith, treasurer,
Donna Trovatten, president, Gordon Prickett, first vice-president, Mieta Wood, second
vice-president, Bob Barnes, corresponding secretary, Lois Wahlstedt, recording secretary.
on alternate Tuesdays from January through May for
all freshmen and sophomores interested in ioining
Royal Send-otf-Seniors were treated like kings and
queens at the annual banquet held in their honor in
March. At this time they were presented with gold
pins for their service to the library.
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Row l: Maria Strenglis, Ruth lmmer, Jeanette Mielke, Jean Strobush, Marilyn Penske, Janet Peterson, JoAnn Meloy, Carrolyn Shepherd
' Paul Whiting, Don Milton, Elliot Stolen, Talis Smits, Raymond Neetzel, Paul lsakson, Dan Hill, Peter Banning 9 Kay O'Brien, Barbara
Roufs, Sandra Holzinger, Meta Wood, Sharon Gemmill, Helen Miller, Alice Hutchinson, Jean Olexa ' Michael Holdaway, Larry Hilder-
brand, Bob Andrews, Rick Arny, Tom Larson, Tony Andersen, Bob Barnes, Duane Brinkman.
Wonderful Times in The land of make-believe - - - Tops in Murray's entertain-
ment world are the officers of the Dramatic Club shown making a recording.
Seated are Elaine Moses, co-program chairman, and Delores Hassie, president.
Standing are Janet Anderson, Treasurer, Muriel Wetterstrom, secretary, Tom
Anderson, co-program chairman, and John Sampson, vice-president.
Men of Action
Testing one, two-Probably no
students at Murray have given as
much Time to The school and its
functions as have the members of
The stage force. This conscientious
group has worked many hours both
days and evenings to build stage
scenery, fit lights, and test micro-
phones. When The curtain is drawn
for a performance or The lights go
on, it is a sure sign that The stage
force is at work. The boys knew
they really rated This year when
They chose to wear new, white cov-
eralls. l-low could Murray ever get
along without its men in white?
For 'Smash Hits'
Struttin' Their stuff-The stage eventual-
ly became second nature to members of
The Dramatic Club. This organization is
always looking for outstanding dramatic
talent among The students of Murray.
The show must go on-Fun was always
on hand aT the monthly meetings when
some of the members worked out humor-
ous skits or stories as part of the program.
Each presentation the Dramatic Club
gave was finished to perfection by The
Club's adviser, Miss Florence Vest.
Broadway Beat-Dickens' famous
Christmas Carol created a sensation at
the December meeting when The mem-
bers gave their own version with Bruce
Johannsen playing The part of old Mr.
Go slow on the war paint-Learning
the correct way to apply make-up, as
well as other dramatic skills, played an
important role on The educational side of
Big performances - - - take careful planning on the part of Murray's men in white,
the stage force. Their work must be done to perfection to pass the critical eyes of high
school students. Left to right: Fred Haaland, Fred Lindholm, Walter Hughes, Warren
Henderson, Ronald Neuiahr, Du Wayne Moberg, Marlin Peterson, Bill Carlson.
Senior Play Promotes
"I'm going to sneak out from behind the sota and
bite his leg"-warned Elaine Moses who played the
part of devilish Tootie in the class play, "Meet Me
In St. Louis". The seniors chose this comedy tor its
audience appeal and light-hearted humor. The
dates were January 29 and 30. Charles Eide
played The part ot the hard-boiled boss, with
Roger Lothson as Mr. Smith and Nancy Wallgren,
the understanding mother, trying to keep peace
in a family ot four girls and one boy.
"l'm all thurnbsufexclaimed Georgia Hagerman
as she tried to straighten Fred l-lallberg's tie. Smil-
ing so as not to show their nervousness are other
members of The Friday night cast. The anxiety be-
tween The tirst and second acts can be quite a
strain on one's nerves. Tom Anderson, Jean Dion,
and Leo Lundgren Try to seem interested, but the
lines tothe second and third acts make a confused
jumble in their minds. They know that the next
hour will bring the feeling ot success or failure in
their dramatic etTorts.
"l-le pushed me and shoved me and he's a big
brute"-wailed the dirty, messed-up Agnes por-
trayed by Lois Pickering. Jane Vik as Esther and
Elaine Moses as Tootie stood by horrified at the
new turn of events while big sister Rose portrayed
by Faith Field tries to find out what happened. The
three-act comedy was under the direction ot Miss
Florence Vest. The setting was the Smith's parlor
in St. Louis in 1902. A double cast was used to give
more seniors a chance to participate.
Row 'iz Carrolyn Shepherd, Carol PC1"Sl0Wf JOFHCS Hodhetqeld, Frederick Morlock, Janet Gevorkiantz, Lois Pickering, Claire O'Neill, Mar-
lene Wethammer, Jeanette Mielke, Richard Field, Mrs. McGeever 0 Janet Nelson, Cathy Smith, Louise Mullaly, Joan Peterson, Shirley
Lund, Karen Hoaglund, Judy Piper, Barbara Bovvman, Gail Evans, Marilyn Katka ' Doris Faster, Sandra Holzinger, Dorothea Koch, Mari-
lyn Winsor, Carol Berry, Jack Gottlieb, Jane Biornstad, Bernice Fortrneyer, Gretchen Wachholz, Carol Stoven, Donna Trovatten 9 Roland
Gisvold, Ned Nichols, Henry Weeber, Alan Weiler, Dave Olson, Donald Quayle, Walter Peterson, Bill Panek, Jim Ubel, Tony Andersen,
Douglas Phillips, Roger Lothson.
The C'hoir's Line ls Music:
Music hath charms-Adding their contribution to
the splendor ot the Homecoming coronati-on, the Mur-
ray "A" Choir under the direction ot Mrs. Helen
McGeever, began to tultil the many engagements
already on their calendar. Various members otten
participated in pep assemblies adding a "specialty"
to the occasion. Thirty-tvvo choristers from Murray had
the privilege ot singing in an all-state chorus during
the M.E.A. convention under the direction ot Dr. War-
ner Imig ot the University ot Colorado. The choir also
appeared over WCCO-TV.
Halt 'n halt-F-our boys and tour girls comprise the
octet, the popular group whose appearances this
year included radio programs, Women's Institute, hos-
pitals, and various civic organizations.
"Deck the Halls"-Christmas was a particularly ac-
tive season tor the choir. During this short period they
participated in the St. Paul Christmas Choral Pageant,
a P.T.A. program, a Christmas assembly, and car-oling
in the halls.
Slng Le'QGG'TOO!On January Central Roger Lothson, president, Jane Biornstad, vice-president, Bob
School WCIS host to CJ Cl'1OFC1l CliI'iiC iOl' Gll city Wqll, treasurer, Janet Nelson, secretary.
Here we come aecarolling - - - Joining the ninety-voice choir in
their traditional Christmas candlelight processional were officers
Row 1: lone Harris, Virginia Thole, Phyllis Thieme, Floraine Jungk, Helen Overbee, Mary Ann Kuertner, Nancy Parker, Phyllis Miller,
Denise Verbrugghen, Harrier Roe ' Bernard Cook, Carla Nordly, Be ferly OTTerness, Diane Evans, Joanne Murk, John MazziTello, Fay Mor-
gen, Louise Williams, Penny Haas, Bill Snodgrass 9 Bob Wall, Mem Wood, Laurice Johnson, Jane Wason, Ronald Taylor, Nancy Wall-
gren, Judy Pearson, Bill Tesch, Ellen Syrdal, Carol Olsen, Julie Wason ' Robert Pearson, Bob Andrews, Richard Pederson, Gordon Prick-
etf, Raymond Neeizel, Dick Witie, Phil Granovsky, Paul Berge, Monroe Larson, Bob Gruber, Gordon Tripp, Phil Nelson.
school choirs. Murray's choir was one of Two chosen FarewelleThe choir will sing aT The Traditional
To work individually under The direction of Dr. Harry Memorial Day Assembly and will also present a pro-
Wilson of Columbia UniversiTy before The combined gram of TavoriTe musical selecTions aT BaccalaureaTe
chorus assembled. and Commencement.
"For He's Gone and Married Yum-Yum" - - - The opereha chosen last spring To be presenTed by The Murray High School Choir was Gil-
berT and Sullivan's MIKADO. A Tremendous amount of work was involved in making The MIKADO a smaoTh running, finished preseniafion.
Songs, lines, and dance rouiines are commonly Thought of in connecTion with an opereiia. However, choir members also managed The
TickeTs, costumes, programs, properTies, and ofher imparTanT details involved To make This produdion successful.
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Y-Teens Look Toward Bright Future
New this year are the Y-Teen pins. Alice Hutchinson looks on
approvingly as Betty Eichman and Shirley Lund help each other
pin them on to show their connections with the Y. W. C. A.
Christian fellowship around the world to you-Y-
Teens is still Murray's youngest club, but it has planted
its roots and grown. It is now one of the larger organ-
izations in the school. To bring girls closer together in
Christian fellowship is the club's goal. The members
have a short devotional service at the opening of each
Being installed as officers of Y-Teens are, left to right: Carol Lindig, president,
Audrey Lee, vice-president and program chairman, Evelyn Martinson, secretaryy
Claire O'Neill, treasurer, Ann Snyder, ICC representative.
Pineapple, maple, or strawberry? - - - Enjoying a delightful
treat of chocolate cream eggs sold as a money-making proiect for
Y-Teens are Jackie Thaemert, Connie Stathas, Mildred McKi'rdy,
and Sandra Kroona.
Good entertainment calls for well-planned pro-
grams-Early in the fall the girls heard Mr. Harold
Mordh from the St. Paul Boys' Club speak on juvenile
delinquency. In December, Miss Ruby Parnell spoke
and led a discussion on boy-girl relationships.
Money is the root of all evil-but what club can get
along without it? Every organization has
a money-making project, and Y-Teens
found their gold mine in the selling of
confetti and pom-poms for the Homecom-
ing game. For those with a sweet tooth,
chocolate cream eggs were sold this
Whoa, there hoss!fFun was in the mak-
ing at the Y-Teen sleigh-ride. The place
was Hilltop Riding Stables, and the fun
was such that even the sore muscles went
Snow day was fun day-Y-Teens ioined
the Hi-Y boys in a snow day at St. Croix.
There was skiing and tobogganing with
no one minding the crisp January weather.
Behind the scenes but playing an im-
portant part-are Miss Patricia Pischel
and Mrs. Louise Rathburn, Y-Teen advis-
ers. With their help the club has finished
a successful year in Christian fellowship.
Hi-Y's Strive for Top Standards
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Row 1: Roy Swinton, Robert Larson, 'iz .E ' IHI ,rr 7
Richard Field, Nathaniel Aus, Charles 'T ,.A -rflgivff i i V abz 'A
Brookins, James Norton P Walter . 5 , 45' 9 QQ. , l'
Hughes, Mike Mickelson, Bruce Robin- f T :" 'A .,.', - , '
son, Phillip Nelson, Ronald Taylor, Bob l ,. ":" ' -S' M I i L f A
Gruber, Roland Gisvald ' Chuck Vx . 5 E" i xl ,,. fgr ,g
McCarl, Raymond Neetzel, Roger Ster- f ,,: ""'
bo, Gordon Tripp, Dale Wegner, Bob gf - Y' - ' 'Wig , A
Faini ' Dick Anderson, Doug Rudolf, i A' ,l . T l r l' .i ' A
Larry Hilderbrand, Dave Law, Tony 5' ' :, I ',', 2 5 V .1 i ,Q .
Andersen, Phil Gronovsky 9 Leo Lund- fy. , E V,,, 2, it 1 '53 g
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"To create, maintain, and extend throughout the
home, school, and community high standards ot Chris-
tian charaCter"-Sharing the honors with Boys' League
and "M" Club as the all-male clubs of Murray are
Hi-Y Chapters I and ll. This "iunior" branch of the
international Y.M.C.A. follows one ot the main prin-
ciples ot increasing unity among its own members.
Plotting pleasure-Some ot the essential people in
the organization are the advisers and executive
board. The roster includes, Chapter l, Mr. George
Rose, adviser, Roger Bailey, president, Bruce Robin-
Row 1: Ed Steinwall, Phil Hobrough,
Akira Shiozaki, Bernard Cook 9 Nor-
son, vice-president, Jim Norton, treasurer, Leo Lund-
Chapter ll, Mr. Ralph Engebretson, adviser, Bill
Miller, president, Ronnie Nelson, vice-president, Nor-
man Johnson, treasurer, Phil l-lobrough, secretary.
Corn, peaches, beans, asparagus-Admission vvas
one can ot food at the l-li-Y Charity Dance. To raise
funds, a movie, The Devil and Daniel Webster, vvas
sponsored. l-li-Y and Y-Teen members ot many schools
participated in a Winter Snovv Party held in February.
man Johnson, Duane Brinkman, Gilbert
Larson ' William Hinton, John Samp-
son, Bill Miller, Ronald Nelson ' Jack
Smith, Robert White, Dick Schoonover,
Melvin Soderholm, Robert Barnes.
Page titty-ti ve
Going back to those paste jar
days - - - Fifth period in 209
sometimes resembles a messy
kindergarten with paste iars and
scissors lying about. Actually it
is the Murcurie staff pasting up
the paper as Margie Healy and
Jean Gallagher are doing here.
Others are Sue Wilcox, Ellen
Syrdal, Audrey Lee, Faith Field,
Leo Lundgren, Bernice Fortmeyer,
Judy Kaufmann, Jack Gottlieb,
and Elaine Hansen.
VVhat's the count for this headline?-Striving to-
ward a common goal, that of retaining their national
rating, the stalt has turned out nine copies for the
Murcurie. Early in September they added to their
funds for the year by sponsoring ci movie, The Thief
Do you think we need more tinsel?!Christmas
found the Murcurie staff trimming a small Christmas
tree for the iournalism room. Already behind them
was the all-time favorite, the Christmas issue.
l-lasn't it been fun?-Now all that's left is the senti-
mental senior issue. This group will always look back
with nostalgia to the hectic days spent in room 209.
The rush and then the satisfaction of seeing their own
words in print will remain vividly in their thoughts.
lt never rains but what it pours! - - - Typists Lynn Wagener and
Donna Peterson, and copyreaders Janie Biornstad and Barbara
Bluebaugh may not be too busy at times but as the printing dead-
line approaches they are invariably flooded with copy.
H's By- Lines
Gordon Tripp ,..........,.....................
Carol Stoven .....,......,.....,..,.......
Evelyn Hays, Teddy Proshek
Evelyn Martinson ......,.......,....
Ellen Syrdal, Sue Wilcox .,.,.........
Margie Healy ......,....,.........,....,........,.
Bernice Fortmeyer, Jean Gallagher ...., .,
Jane Biornstad ...,............ .,..r....,....
Barbara Bluebaugh ................,..,...
Jock Gottlieb .........,
Judy Kaufmann ..,,...
Elaine Hansen ....,
Leo Lundgren ..........,. ..
Mildred McKirdy ..............,....,...,.
Audrey Lee, Faith Field ...,...,.........
Donna Peterson, Lynn Wagener ,.
Janet Nelson, Nancy Wallgren ,...
. Circulation Manager
. Assistant Circulation
Assistant Copy Editor
Boys Sports Editor
Girls Sports Editor
You'd better recount those - - - Responsible for circulation and
financial matters concerning the Murcurie are Carol Stoven, Gor-
don Trlpp, Mildred McKirdy, Willette Sterk, Bob Brown, and
lt's Pica Rules
Jack Sorteberg ....,. ,. ..,.., .,., . .. ......,..,,.. Business Manager
Jim Swaclburg ,.,, ..,..., A ssistant Manager
Harvey West ..,....,..., ........... . . ...... Circulation Manager
Karen Hoaglund ..... ...,.....,,4............. .......,................... A c countant
Jean Anne Olexa, Juleen Sampson ....4......,..............,...., Co-Editors
Susan Proshek, Jerry McCorl, Donna Trovatten .....,.. Senior Editors
Meta Wood ..,,,...,...4.....,..,.,.....,.....,..,..,.4.,............ School Life Editor
Janet Cook, Joyce Rortvedt,
Lois Wahlstedt .,.... . ,... .,,., .,,.,,.,,. A s sistant School Life Editors
Helen Miller, Maria Strenglis ,,.,.,,..,.,........... ..,..,....., C opy Editors
Audrey Lee, Roberta Mackin, Dorothy Steele ............... Art Editors
Richard Witte, Joan Wetschka ..,....... ..... ...,... .,..... S p o rt Editors
Lois Pickering, Marlene Wethammer ...,.,..,, .....,........ T ypists
Sandra Kroona, Delores Macziewski' ,..... .....,. A dvertising
Much to be done but little time in which to do it - - - Seated
around the copy desk are Maria Strenglis, Joan Wetschka, Susan
Proshek, Jerry McCorl, and Lois Pickering. Standing: Helen Miller,
Roberta Mackin, Donna Trovatten, and Dorothy Steele.
File it under C for Covers - - - "Everything in its place and a
place for everything" is the motto of Jim Swaclburg, Harvey West,
Marlene Wethammer, Karen Hoaglund, and Jack Sorteberg. The
proof of their philosophy is evidenced in the orderly Pilot busi-
Did those theme pix come back yet?-Working
hard against time to meet their deadlines, the Pilot
statt found the going rough last tall during the ab-
sence ot Miss Margaret Glenn, adviser tor both pub-
lications. They eventually tound their stride and con-
quered the tricky business ot measuring copy and
Hey! Shut that door!-This book has been produced
from behind the secrecy ot locked doors. Often the
words "foreigner in the room" were heard, answered
by the misleading response "never overdo ci musical
theme". Many is the time when someone walked into
the room only to be greeted with a "wait a minute"
as the stott swept moterial into their laps to be hidden
from curious eyes.
Do you like it?-Now that the book is finally in
your hands and the staFl's work is completed, their
only hope is that you will enjoy the l953 Pilot.
Mounting and measuring, an endless task - - - Shown hard at
work are, seated: Janet Cook, Joyce Rortvedt, Lois Wahlstedt, and
Meta Wood. Standing: Juleen Sampson, Jean Olexo, Dick Witte,
and Walter Peters.
The Ugly Duckling - - - Magic
is performed as the following
Canteen Board members trans-
form a plain gymnasium into o
festive dance hall. Row 'lz Carol
Johnson, Darlene Dixon, Teddie
Prosl-iek, Corol Kohnen, Betty
McDowell, Nancy Steiner, Denise
Verbrugghen, Charlotte Quinn,
Corol Korner ' David Low,
Bruce Robinson, Charles Brook-
ins, Phil Nelson, Phil Hobrough,
Normon Johnson, Ann Snyder,
Joan Huwe, Delores Erickson,
Canteen Offers Enjoyment for All
Ohl how we danced on those Friday nights-Those
wonderful Canteen dances with the low lights and
tew decorations in a romantic gym will live in the
memories of Murray students tor many years.
Juniors have all the tun-Probably no other organ-
ization has so much responsibility with so much tun
added. Belonging to the Canteen Board is an honor
given only to the juniors. However, "Canteen is tor
the enjoyment -ot all grades, and everyone partici-
pates," says Mr. Howard Hathaway, adviser.
The best things in lite are tree-Canteen celebrated
Halloween by putting on a dance sponsored by the
American Legion. This has become an annual attoir
in the past years and meets with the students' ap-
proval. lt's all tree!
Grab your men, girls, and hold on tight-Since it
was leap year, the girls caught on to the idea of ask-
ing the boys to the Sadie Hawkins Dance earlier. A
mock wedding and the Sadie Hawkins race added to
Music Goes 'Round and 'Round
We wont somefhing "slooow"
- - - Music is on important part of
ony Canteen dance. Selection of
records with popular vocalists is
the work of the officers. Here lis-
tening to recent recordings are
Phil Nelson, Carol Johnson,
Delores Erickson, and Phil Ho-
Projection Crew - Movies Today.
Lights! Camera! Action! - - - Proiection Crew members, first year students to "elderly" seniors inclusive, can be
seen every day performing the duties of the club which include obtaining, showing, and returning films. Mr. How-
ard Hathaway, adviser, and the following members work together to achieve maximum service. Row 'lz Eunice
Mesenbrink, Phyllis Miller, Carol McDonald, Sherrill Olson, Ruth lmmer, Gail Evans 9 Elliot Stolen, David Low,
Charles Brookins, George Cook, Walter Hughes, Clark Smith, Bob Faini, Tom Hayes, Dick Gebhard, Jim Peter-
son 9 Akira Shiozaki, Mark Mattson, Ray Ne-etzel, Milton Craighead, Phil Granovsky, Bruce Hallen, Bob Grainer
Red Cross Knows
No Boundary Lines
Let's make it lOO per cent-Under the ad-
visership of Mr. Edward Datko, the Murray
Chapter ot this international organization
once again conducted a successful drive tor
funds in March. Every student contributor
becomes a member ot the Junior Red Cross
and as a result the organization can boast
the largest membership of any in the school.
Soap, toothbrush, comb, pen-Filling overf
seas boxes is just one of the many services
performed by the Junior Red Cross. Other
activities included distributing Christmas
mail at the Home tor the Blind and decorat-
ing Ancker Hospital.
Do you want that tape played back?-
Students in art, music, and wood-working
classes made pictures, recordings, and movie
proiector carts this year tor redistribution by
the Red Cross.
Your support is needed - - - Key figures in Murray's excellent Red Cross
participation are Mr. Edward Datko, adviser, Judy Jensen, secretary, Roger
Thorson, treasurer, Janet Cook, Helen Miller, president.
Some Sidelines to Scl1ool's Mainline
Congratulations! - - - All 971 of you who have purchased this book have helped to establish a record year
in the history of the Pilot. Circulation manager Harvey West and Jim Swadburg, assistant business manager,
are shown as they receive more subscriptions from Pilot agent Gail Evans.
Did you save the last dance for me? - - - The 1951-52 .l.S. held in the Arizona Room of the Prom had "Star-
light Fantasy" as a theme. Looking for all the world for should it be heaven?j like four of those celestial
bodies, namely stars are: Dick Witte, Carol Stoven, Carol Berry, and Gordon Prickett.
Dogpatch, here we come! - - - This year's Sadie Hawkins' Dance might as well have had a "Get 'em, girls!"
theme. Trying two different techniques here are Delores Hassie using an "oh, you big, strong man" line on
Bob Barnes, and JoAnn Meloy practicing a more forceful method on Ronald Nelson.
Todd Hunt Walter Peters Victor Etienne
Radio Commentator Photographer Ventriloquist
What s Your Line?
Ruth Ann Immer Mary Ann Kuettner Sally Burnham
Doctor Pianist Artist
Murray Gridders Love Thai Goal Line
Row 1: Ron Nelson, Dan UllyoT, Gary Quam, Mike Vocovich, Rod Magnuson, Bob Andrews, Jim Rapp, Akira Shiozaki, Pele Ban-
ning ' Phil Hobrough, Jack Smifh, Ed STeinwall, Clarence Walker, Jerry Knutson, Chuck Massie, Mel Soderholm, Bob Barnes, Dick
STurmer, Bob White 5 Jim Taylor, John Sampson, Dick Schoonover, Dick Anderson, Gib Larson, Duane Brinkman, Norm Johnson,
Russ MaTTson, Leon Goodrich ' Jim Swadburg, AssT. Coach George Rose, Larry Hilderbrand, Bill Panek, Ray Hagerman, John
Dow, Bob Brown, Roger Olson, Alan Weiler.
Flashes of brilliance were shown Through The year, 'd'
buT inconsisTency kepT The PiloT eleven Trom being re-
peaTing champions. Finishing The season with a rec-
ord of Tive wins, Two losses, and one Tie, The PiloTs pro- ' 1
vided many Thrills and also disappoinTmenTs Tor Mur-
ln The conference opener Murray meT a green K ' ' :agp -,ity
VVashingTon Team and romped To an easy vicTory, 34- 5 'ji K- X '
iQ. The ciTy half-mile champ, Ed STeinwall, made The -
longesT run of The nighT as he flew over 91 yards. - ,
A real hearTbreaker was The l-lumboldT game which k -
X if 3
'f 2' E '
ended in a 6-6 deadlock. BaTTling all The way, Murray ' ', 5
reached The one yard line only To Tumble and lose The l
ball. 'J ' T
Evan Ckedi Odden of Harding broughT The Maroons iii- , 'n
To a i3-O lead, and Things looked bad for Murray. J 'K
Then Odden injured his leg, and he saw The PiloTs ' YET'
sTarT grinding ouT The yardage To score Their hrsT Touch- I
down on an BO yard march and push 95 yards Tor a
second Touchdown only To miss boTh poinTs. VViTh 9148 A "Vande"-
leTT, Mike Vocovich blocked a punT To seT up Jerry '
KnuTson's winning Touchdown and anoTher vicfory Tor
End in Third Place
Next on Murray's list was Mechanic Arts which was
disposed of 13-6. Seven Mechanic Arts' fumbles led to
Akira Shiozaki and Murray avenged a last year's loss
to Wilson as they ran wild for most ofthe game defeat-
ing the Redmen 34-12. Akira scored three touchdowns.
Central put a lump in the Murrayites' throats when they
recovered a Murray fumble on the Pilots' one yard line
and scored three plays later to upset Murray 13-12.
Never saying die, the Pilots changed two Monroe
passes into Murray touchdowns and scored two more
touchdowns to run through the Monroe Green Wave
Johnson 32, Murray 6! The Johnson Governors ended
Murray's season with a stinging defeat to push Murray
into third place and leave Johnson as city champs. John-
son went on to win the Twin-City game by defeating
Minneapolis North 9-O.
With a good share of the team graduating, Coach
Ralph Engebretson must rely on the up-and-coming "B"
Defying two Humboldt tacklers is Murray's fleet-footed half-
back, Jerry Knutson. Shown here stift-arming the first defender to
the side, the high-stepping Knutson then cut toward the inside
only to meet number 44 of Humboldt who brought him down.
The Pilots were held to a 6-6 tie in this game.
11 The Ups and Downs 41
it Murra 34 Washington 12 S
1+ Y 1
4: Murray 6 Humboldt 6 4:
It Murray 19 Harding 13
4: Murray 13 Mechanics 6
5 Murray 34 Wilson 12
it Murray 12 Central 13
1: Murray 26 Monroe O 4:
It Murray 6 Johnson 32 It
squadders. The "B" squad, coached by Mr. Robert Rit-
ter, won two, lost two, and tied one.
Returning lettermen include Dan Ullyot, Phil Hobrough,
Chuck Massie, Dick Sturmer, Dick Schoonover, Leon
Goodrich, Duane Brinkman, Gib Larson, and Russell
"Let go of my foot," cries Murray's Akira fGeorg'eJ Shiozaki as
he meets the turf of Central Stadium. Evidently this was a good
time to gang up on the swift Shiozaki as other Murray players
are out of sight. This is another shot ofthe Murray and Humboldt
Don Toclora 1772 of Mechanic Arts tried Murray's
line, but was snowed under by Bob Andrews, Mike
Vocovich, Ed Steinwall, and Gib Larson. Dan Ullyot
and Gary Quam are seen in the background coming
up to assist.
A good feint and then a turtle step to the right by
Akira Shiozaki left number 20 of Humboldt with o face
full of dirt. Akira went on his way for some valuable
Clarence Walker, Murray's solid lineman, was in the
clear for a second, but then a Humboldt tackle ap-
peared in front of him to block the way. This was
Murray's famous "end around" play.
Determined Dan Ullyot is about to be brought down
by Lee Ballard C781 after a successful run in the
Mechanic Arts game. Murray took this game from the
"B" Squad Football
Row 'ln Bob Larson, Charles Quall, Ray Swinton, Bob Johnson, .Jerry Werner, Don Johnson, Whitey Aus, Dick Field ' Don Lindig,
Bob Sorensen, John Otto, John Schweitzer, Phil Crandall, Paul Berge, John Sandquist, Mike Mickelson, Don Treichel 5 Ray Notch,
Roger Anderson, David Olson, Ted Fenske, Bruce Rubenstein, Bob Cheatham, Jim Niessen ' Coach Robert Ritter, Bill Rilling, Roger
Sterba, Ray Neetzel, Dick Peterson, Russ Schmitz, Merle McKiIIips, Clem Claseman, John Stoph, Larry Nelson, Tom Stage, Don
Claiming to be fast as antelopes,
the Murray Harriers regained the
Cross Country City Championship
The Pilots suffered no defeats in
St. Paul competition. As low score
is the winner, Murray out-distanced
Humboldt 20-38, Harding T9-36,
Mechanic Arts I9-44, and Central
23-33. In a triangular meet, they
beat Marshall and Monroe 22-33
R Murray out-ran its competition in
the City Meet scoring a remarkably
low total of 33 points.
Six members of the squad, cap-
tained by Gordon Prickett, traveled
to Duluth's Invitational Meet. The
Pilots placed fourth out of twelve
Row 1: Bob Faini, Warren Hughes, Bob Grainer, Doug Rudolf, lan Richards, Gordon Teams' Wifh Teamwork GS the key
Prickett 9 Walter Hughes, manager, Jim Jensen, Jim Ubel, Don Robinson, Dick Olmen, to Success, Murfqy Complefed the
R L h , T A d , C h H d H h . . . .
oger ot son ony n ersen oac ovvar at away Seoson by Taking elghfh place In The
State Meet which was run at the
Lake Nokomis course.
Row 1: Dick Schoonover, Dave Norden, Bob Barnes, Rolf Amland, Chuck Massie, Dick STurmer 9 Coach
George Rose, Clarence Walker, Dick Anderson, Bill Miller, MilTon Craighead, Dick Olmen, Manager John
Buckefeers Have High Scoring Punch
Showing more heighT Than ever
before didn'T seem To help The '53
ediTion of The PiloT baskeTball. Bill
Miller 6' 4", Dick Anderson 6' 3",
Clarence Walker 6' 1", and Dick
Schoonover 6' spearheaded The
heighT Team while Bob Barnes,
Chuck Massie, and Dave Norden
conTribuTed on The ball handling
ln The T1rsT half of The year The
Team had The advanTage of The
UniversiTy of MinnesoTa ST. Paul
Campus gym, and The boys could
run wiTh abandon. The loss of ThaT
place, when iT counTed mosT, hurT
The PiloTs and slowed Their pace
down when pracTice was conTinued
in Murray's "crackerbox" gym.
The PiloTs Trounced ST. Agnes To
The Tune of 69-42 in The season's
opener, and showed promise whip-
ping Breck Twice 69-47 and 60-42.
Hopkins, sTaTe champs, showed
"why" by beaTing The Murray quinT
84-35. The PiloTs had Traveled To
AusTin and had been deTeaTed Two
days before by ST. AugusTine 60-51
and were visibly Tired againsT Hop-
Marshall's Greyhounds were T1rsT
in The PiloTs' ciTy conTesT and Mar-
shall's ciTy champs shaded The Team
44-39. Murray edged CenTral 45-
44 in The nexT game preparing The
PiloTs Tor The Wisconsin Trip To Os-
ceola whom The PiloTs defeaTed 68-
46. The squad looked sharp now as
They dropped a good Columbia
l-leighTs Team 37-34. Mechanics
sTunned The PiloTs 51-38. The
Greenies of Monroe nexT Tell prey
To The PiloTs 45-38. WiTh Bill Miller
showing Torm wiTh 25 markers, The
PiloTs drubbed Wilson 56-41.
ln a hearTbreaker WashingTon
nudged Murray 58-56. HumboldT
TelT Murray's scoring punch in a
ragged game 47-24. Harding's
Maroons pulled an upseT as The
PiloTs were Taken 52-49. This de-
TeaT, coupled wiTh a 39-38 loss aT
Williams Arena againsT NorTh ST.
Paul, seemed To Take all -of The spiriT
ouT of The PiloT machine. The Team
was shaken badly by a biTTer de-
TeaT aT The hands of Johnson 58-47.
In The T1rsT game of The disTricT Mur-
ray had The spiriT, buT iT was de-
T1aTed by The loss of Murray's bean
pole scoring leader Bill Miller and
The icy shooTing from The floor as
The Trainers of Mechanics downed
Wins and Upsets
Murray 39 Marshall 44
Murray 45 CenTral 44
Murray 38 Mechanics 5l
Murray 45 Monroe 38
Murray 56 Wilsori 4l
Murray 56 XNashingTon 58
Murray 47 hIumboldT Q4
Murray 49 l-larding 52
Murray 47 Johnson 58
Execufing perfeci form of a fall-away shot is Murray's X
versatile Bob Barnes, The defender l22l Tries vainly To Murray lVleCllUlllC5
block The shot. ., Disfmd may-OHS
l-lighlighT of The flashy '53 ouThT was Bill Miller Coach Bob RiTTer's "B" sauad might presenT some
finishing Third in ciTy scoring. Bob Barnes, Bill Miller, good asseTs in John SandauisT, Phil Crandall, and
Dave Norden, and Clarence Walker hnished vviTh an Jerry Werner, alThough no heighT is To be gained.
honorable menTion raTing Tor a good Team showing, MilTon Craighead will be The TallesT man aT a prob-
LeT's keep our eyes on Chuck Massie and Dick Schoon- able 6' QU.
over supporTed by MilT Craigheacl, Roll Amland, and ST. Paul Marshall capTured The ciTy crown and also
Dick STurnier, all reTurning nerd year. The alisTricT buT sTun1bled aT The hands of Braham 67-64
in The Regional conTesTs.
Helping Dave Norden hold The ball is Dick Anderson lbehind Higher and higher goes The high-flying Chuck Massie of Murf
himl. Monroe's number 28 who is losing his glasses, is still hopeful ray for a beautiful underhand lay-up. This field-goal helped The
of geifing The sphere. Angular Bill Miller is watching, Pilois defeat Monroe 45-33.
Page sixfy nin
Rinkmen Play Role As Dark Horse:
Playing their first season under a new coach, the
Murray hockey Team dropped Eve games and won
four, thus missing the playoff by one game. Mr. Alex
Heron, renowned Murray band leader, succeeded
Mr. Albert Sandberg as coach at the beginning of The
season. Mr. Sandberg assisted Mr. Heron in getting
The Team functioning which helped the pucksters in
Murray, through-out The season, was known as an
oFf-and-on Team. The squad was an exceptionally
fast one but was unorganized in its play. Their depth
was Tremendous, as There was little difference between
The Pilots didn'T start with a bang but with a pfft!
Central bounced in a blue liner in the third period to
upset the Pilots l-O, even though the Pilots outplayed
them most of the game. Recovering in their second
game, Murray pounded Monroe Q-O, as Gib Larson
and Buz Grove combined together, each scoring a
goal and an assist.
Murray's next three games were played in only
four days. A fired-up Harding crew defeated the
Pilots 5-Q the first night. Murray, still remembering
their last game, crushed Marshall 4-l, playing one of
its better games of the season. Don Milton and Dan
Wegleitner scored two goals apiece. An improved
Washington team held Murray for two periods, but
in The third period the Pilots countered for two goals
to cinch the gamewthus winning Two games of the
Rod Magnuson's fine solo effort proved to be Mur-
ray's only goal against Wilson, as The plucky Redmen
scored three goals in The third period, one with goalie
Jack Gottlieb sitting on The bench and six forwards
on the ice. Murray played The kind of h-ockey it was
capable of all season to defeat a sound Mechanic
Arts six 3-l.
Home! Home On The Ice
Row 1: Buzz Grove, Gib Larson, Russ Mattson, Jim Norton, Leon Goodrich, Jack Gottlieb, Don Treichel, Don Milton, Nathaniel Aus, Pete
Banning 9 Coach Alex Heron, Dan Ullyot, Dan Wegleitner, Warren Hughes, Jim Neissen, Jack Smith, Bob Faini, Rod Magnuson, Jerry
Werner, Norm Johnson.
Take Fifth Place
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1+ Goals Assists 11
4: Murray ., ..,, . . Central .
4: Murray ,. , Monroe
It Murray . . Harding .
1: Murray ... . Marshall .. 1,
P urra .. ., as In ton
1, M y w if Q
5 Murray . . . Wilson .....
1: Murray .. Mechanics 4:
1: Murray . .. Humobldt .
4, Murra . . .. ,. Johnson . 4?
5 Y 4
Both lines of the Pilots played good heads-up
hockey. l-lumboldt's jinx over the hockey crew con-
tinued this year as they defeated the Pilots 5-O. Not
being out-skated, but out-positioned, the Murrayites
couldn't cope with the Indians' Carl Weber who
scored four goals.
Johnson, State champions of '53, gave Murray a
lop-sided loss as far as the score was concerned, beat-
ing the Pilots 8-3. The Pilots gave them a good battle
and were never out-skated. The Governors, however,
were hot, and their shots were accurate while Murray
was missing by only a few inches. Johnson's fine team-
-Qwork proved too much. Captain Rod Magnuson coun-
'ltered twice for the team.
The Pilots missed the playoFfs for the first time in
many years. Graduating from this year's squad are
co-captains Rod Magnuson and Pete Banning, goalie
Jack Gottlieb, and defensemen Dan Wegleitner and
Gib Larson, Murray wing, was in hot pursuit of the
puck as he frantically tried to catch number one of
Humboldt who backhanded the puck around the
boards behind Gib.
lt's a busy tim-e in front of the net for .lack Gottleib
as the puck sits by a corner. Russ Mattson and Dan
Ullyot keep Humboldt players occupied.
The fans shrieked at this close miss as Don Milton
sailed in on Jack McCartcn, Marshall All-City goalie.
The puck is seen flying over the right hand corner of
Hail Cify's Track Champions
Murray Trackmen made 1952 a banner year when They Took boTh The iunior and senior varsiTy chamf
pionships in ST. Paul. This was Murray's TirsT senior varsiTy championship.
Besides an excellenT show of Team eTiorT, some individuals seT records. Ed STeinvvall, The mosT noTed single
performer, earned recogniTion as The ciTy half-mile champ. Ed covered 880 yards in The record Time of
In winning The ciTy championship, Murray Took firsr place in The relay, high hurdles, low hurdles, and
half-mile. The Pilors also won The Medley relay aT CarleTon Tor The second consecuiive year.
Mr. Ralph EngebreTson, Track menTor, also has a championship junior varsiTy Team ready To Till The grad-
Row 1: Dan UllyoT, Jerry KnuTson, Franz Koeneke, Don Werner, Dick Olmen, Gordon PrickeTT 9 Clarence Walker, Dick Anderson, Doug
Currence, Garry Quam, Akira Shiozaki, Bob Faini, Ed STeinwall.
Row 'I: Phil Crandall, Jerry Werner, Mike Mickelson, Jim Jensen, Bob Grainer, Norm Johnson, Bob Johnson, Roger Olson, Leon Good-
rich, Larry Hilderbrand 9 Phil Hobrough, Ray Swinfon, Ray NeeTzel, Jim Ubel, Paul Burson, Bob Brown, Dave Law ' Duane Brinkman,
Ray NoTCh, Bob SmiTh, Bolo RysTrom, Gib Larson, lan Richards.
In ramural Program Appeals to Boys
Intramurals are gaining in popularity every year
as both varsity team members in oft-seasons as well as
all Murray boys find relaxation and fun in the wide
range ot sports oltered.
This year, under the supervision ot Mr. Joseph
Odanovich, approximately 271 boys engaged in in-
tramurals. The number would be larger if the gym
were available more nights each week. Besides the
sports program ottered, the boys had basketball, vol-
leyball, and hockey tournaments.
A busy spring schedule has included baseball,
horse shoes, archery, tennis, and golt.
Basketball never loses its appeal, and the intramural
teams had many a rough game this winter. Jumping
for the ball is Doug Phillips with John Sanclquist, Ron-
ald Selleck, and Russell Williams all attempting to get
Ping-pong is a winter favorite with Larry Freeburg,
John Otto, Bob Mazzittelo, Harvey Rolotf, Bruce Lonnes,
George Olsen, Ronnie Olson, Bob Johnson.
Flaherty Lanes were popular with intramural bowl-
ing tans as this picture shows. Jim Peterson has an
audience watching him try for a strike. They are Ted
LaClair, Chuck McCarl, Mike Langer, Bob Faini, Roger
Bailey, Tom Connolly, Dick Witte, Henry Weeber, Bill
Peterson, Walter Hughes.
ln the air is Bob Johnson who knows that what goes
up must come down. Trying to help him, or hinder, are
Jerry Werner, John Sanclquist. Buck Johansen, Russell
Diamondmen Promise Upward Trend
Row 'lz Chuck McCarl, Rodney Magnuson, Bill Schmugge, Vince Appel, Chuck Massie, Buzz Grove, Bob Barnes, Gunnar Nelson 9 Dan
Hill, Alan Weiler, Floyd Anderson, Rolf Amland, Roy Tutt, Bob Kohnen, Roger Davidson, Mel Soderholm, Coach Robert Ritter.
Third or Home?
Catching the ball, blocking the plate, and tagging the runner
all seem to be in the mind of Rodney Magnuson, Murray's catcher.
"Wait until next year!" Such is the Murray nine's
cry. They have reason to look forward to the l953
season with great anticipation because All-City Gun-
nar Nelson and Dick Schoonover as well as honorable
mention Bill Schmugge, Rod Magnuson, Buzz Grove,
and Chuck Massie are all returning.
The i952 baseball season ended with a respectable
record for the Pilots as they won six and lost four. In
the Pilots' hopeful opener against powerful Washing-
ton, the Prexies romped to a i3-4 triumph. Gunnar
Nelson twirled the whole game and gained much ex-
Lefty Bill Schmugge brought the Pilots to the .SOO
level as he pitched the team to a 7-6 ten inning de-
cision over Harding. Gunnar Nelson helped him in
the tenth inning.
Four hits, four errors and six walks brought Bill
Schmugge and Murray another 7-6 win. The seventh
inning found the Pilots pushing across three runs to
Gunnar Nelson side-armed on even terms with
curve-baller Ron Marston of Monroe to lead Murray
to a thrilling thirteen inning 2-2 tie against league-
leading Monroe! Gunnar struck-out nineteen while
Ron Marston struck out twenty. Bob Kohnen made
spectacular catches to nullify Monroe scoring threats.
Murray 6, Marshall O. This was the first time since
T948 that a Murray pitcher hurled shut out ball as
Gunnar Nelson was strong in the clutch. Roy Tutt had
a field day with four hits,
Playing without Dick Schoonover and Warren Nel-
son, Murray lost to the ine performance of Central's
Jack Salverda as Jack shut out the Pilots 2-O. Bill
Schmugge had practically perfect control as he
walked only one while pitching Murray to a 4-l con-
quest of Johnson.
Humboldt provided Murray its third 7-6 victory,
but Mechanic Arts dimmed the Pilot play-off hopes
as they won 6-2.
Replaying the earlier Monroe tie Gunnar Nelson's
rifle like right arm brought Murray into the play-offs
6-3. The Pilots stole six bases. Monroe turned the
trick in the play-offs as they defeated Murray 6-3.
Thus the T952 baseball season ended leaving a
candle burning for the hopes of the T953 ball team.
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i Wins vs. Losses
4: Murray . ,. .. .. .... 4 Washington .
1: Murray . ... 7 Harding
Murray . .. . , , 7 Wilson ..
1, Murray n . M 2 Monroe
:E Murray ,,.,, ..,..,. 6 Marshall ..,,., ,
1: Murray o- Central
ll Murray 4 Johnson .. ..
4, Murray .. ,. ... 2 Mechanic Arts
3: Murray .. .. . ,.,. 6' Monroe
l Murray ,. , 3" Monroe .. P
Murray .,..,. ,..,...,...., 7 Humboldt . .. ,..,.. 6
4, f Replay of 13 inning 2-2 na 1,
1, M Play-offs 4:
Tankmen Display Aquatic Skill
Left to right are Dick Courie, Peter Varney, Charles Brookins, Dick Peterson, Clark Smith, Captain Tony Andersen,
Bob Andrews, Phil Granovsky, Warren Arndt, Bob Wall, and Bob Hayes,
This year the Murray swimming team splashed to
a third place spot in the city meet after taking fourth
place in the dual meets held during the season. The
difference in the Hnal standings was the result of a two
point defeat by Marshall in a dual event which the
Pilots avenged in the city meet.
Murray also was beaten by Wilson 40-35 and Cen-
tral 4l-32. The Central Minutemen had to wait until
the last relay to win by only two seconds. The Pilots
gaied decisive victories over Washington, Monroe,
Humboldt, and Mechanic Arts. Harding was defeated
39-36, and the Pilots were victorious over Johnson
The team for next year has good strength in Dick
Peterson, Charles Brookins, and Peter Varney. They
will miss the services of back strokers Bob Wall, Bob
Andrews, breast strokers Phil Granovsky, Tony An-
dersen, free styles Clark Smith and Warren Arndt.
Coaching this year's aquatic group was Mr. Howard
Murray ToughT Their
compeTiTion and The
weaTher all spring. ATTer
The rain sTopped, and The
season ended, The Tennis
squad had a record of
Tour wins and Tour losses.
Plaguecl wiTh "hoT and
cold" sTreaks all season,
The PiloT racqueTeers sTarT-
ed like balls of Tire wiTh
idenTical vicTories over
Harding and Monroe 5-O.
Wilson Then shuT ouT Mur-
ray 5-O, CenTral and Mar-
shall boTh beaT Murray 4-
i, Johnson won 3-2. The
PiloTs foughT back To skin
The HumboldT indians 5-O
and Top WashingTon 5-O.
EnTries in The CiTy MeeT
Rose, Clark Srnifh, Mark Mattson, Bill Miller, Phil Snyder, Paul Seaburg. were slghn KreUTl1meier,
Row 'iz Jim Bailey, John Kreuthmeier, Don MilTon, Ronald Haugan, Harry Olsen 9 Coach George
Jim Bailey, and Harry Ol-
G ol f, Tennis H ave Good Record fo Show
IT was a brighT spring
HOOD CmCl The QOH 160m GoIfn1eI1 enjoy posing in The sunshine as They waiT for Their praciice hours. AT leasT The
was pracTicing. Coach Al llnksmensmlle'
Sandberg knew The group
TalenT To be good, and
good They were as They
swepT Through The season
wiTh seven wins and Two
Harding, Mechanic ArTs,
Monroe, and Wilson all
Tell To Murray by The Tol-
lowing scores: l4V2-V2,
llV2-3V2, l2-3, and llV2-
3V2. Then CenTral upseT
The vicTory sTring by de-
TeaTing The PiloTs i5-O,
Murray came back To ouT-
drive WashingTon i5-O,
Marshall 9-6, and Hum-
boldT ilV2-3b. Johnson
Then dropped Murray To
Third place, 12-3.
Seniors were Don Wan-
damacher, Bob Moncrief,
Gnd Miles I-0CkeTZ, Jerry Berg, John SandquisT, Roland Gisvold, Wayne Segelski, George Cook, Coach Al Sandberg,
Row 1: Dan WegleiTner, Don Wandamacher, Bob Moncrief, Roger Seaburg, Miles LockeTz 9
" " Club Sefs New Goals
WhaT's your line? The "M" Club has many lines as
iT is one of The mosT aciive organizaTions in The school.
This year The "M" Club paid Tor The painTing of The
leTic banquet Home TalenT and guesT sTars headed
The "M" Club review. Members of The "M" Club Tried
To show The school a "BeTTer Citizenship" aTTiTude by
equipmenT room brighTening iT considerably. They al- seTTing good examples.
so sponsored a movie, "Hold ThaT GhosT" wiTh Bud OFTicers of This club were: Bob Andrews, presidenT,
AbboTT and Lou CosTello.
The "M" Club combined wiTh G.A.A. Tor The aTh-
PeTer Banning, vice-presidenT, and Gordon PrickeTT,
Row 'Ia Akira Shiozaki, Ronald Nelson, Ed Sfeinwall, Roger Seabu rg 9 Jack GoTTlieb, Rodney Magnuson, RoberT Grainer, Bob Barnes,
Tony Andersen 9 Bob Wall, Dan Wegleiiner, Richard Olmen, Mel Soderholm, Bob While, Mark MaT1son 9 Dick Schoonover, Roger Bailey
Bill Miller, John Sampson, Bob Brown.
Row 'ln Peter Banning, Gordon PrickeTT, Phil Hobrough, Leon Good rich, Chuck Massie 9 Jack Smith, Gerald KnuTson, Clark Smith, Gor-
don Trlpp, Gib Larson 9 Tom Larson, Phil Granovsky, Richard Anderson, Dan Ullyoi, Mike Vocovich 9 Clarence Walker, Gary Guam, .lim
Rapp, Bob Andrews.
Hold That Line.
Directing and planning words and actions for the old and
new cheers during the past year are the enthusiastic cheer-
leaders. First row, left to right: Denise Verbrugghen, Harriet
Roe, Marilyn Martin. Center: Mike Mickelson. Buck row: JoAnn
Meloy, Carol Llndig, Delores Hassle, co-captain, Joan Wetsch-
ka, captain. Not pictured are Gerald Werner and Carol Rose,
Murray's mascot. Mike and Jerry cheered only at the football
games while Carol helped the girls out with keeping the
spirits up at the basketball games. Miss Patricia Pischel helped
the cheerleaders with the yells and organizing pep assemblies.
G.A.A. Board Relaxes
Following a business meeting, the G. A. A. board members
are sitting around the fire and 'enioying hamburgers. First
row, left to right, are: Carol Berry, treasurer, Barbara Blue-
baugh, vice-president, Delores Hassle, recording secretary,
Denise Verbrugghen . Judy Piper, Grace Meyers, secretaryg
Charlotte Quinn, Jean Gallagher, president 9 Delores Erick-
son, Jean McCurdy, Shirley Cownie, Judy Jensen, Carla Nord-
ly, Florine Jungk ' Kay Norman, Teddy Proshek, Jean Gavin.
Girls Win Points
Adding figures-From freshmen To seniors, G.A.A.
members parTicipaTe in The line of The sporTs They
mosT enioy. In doing This They Try To acquire l,000
poinTs and a Murray leTTer award. This requires many
hours of lively sporTs parTicipaTion. To earn an addi-
Tional 500 poinTs is necessary for The coveTed all-ciTy
The following mermaids enjoying The waTer and,
inciclenfly collecTing poinfs, are Diane Evans, Sue Pro-
shek, and Ada Moore on The board while Catherine
Smifh and Lonnie Robinson gef seT for a race.
Susan Meyers, Jean Dion, Paula Rudahl, and Miss
PaTricia Pischel had a wonderful Time lasT auTumn on
The Trail. Horseback riding is fasT becoming one of
G.A.A.'s mosT popular forms of recreafion.
Shoofing baskeTs is one of The mosT enioyable of The
winier sporfs for girls. In The picTure are The following
buckefeersz Georgia Hagerman, Carol Karner, Judy
Kaufmann, and Jean Gallagher.
Bowling and Table Tennis were also included during
The cold season. March was one of The busiesT monfhs
for The members as volleyball was played wiTh an
added zesT. IT is rafed hrsf among The sporTs and
draws The biggesf Turn-ouT.
Many Twisfs and Turns were seen in The gym as The
new Trampoline was in use. The acrobafs learned
clever Tricks plus improving Their old sTunTs.
Besides volleyball and Tumbling, badminTon was
also in progress during This acfive monfh. Badminfon,
which was iusf added This pasT year, capfivafed The
inTeresT of several members.
As soon as school began, soccer and Teamwork
plus compeTiTion and exercise began.
Soffball was The main and favoriTe sporT wiTh The
G.A.A. afhlefes during May and June, alfhough
archery and Tennis were pracTiced To gain perfecfion.
Besides all The sporfs in G.A.A., members also had
a social line. The board Took care of boTh The plan-
ning and selling of The homecoming buTTons, Around
Chrisfmas Time, The girls showed Their abilify To sell
holly and The ever popular misTleToe. A ST. PaTricks
Dance or, as iT was called This year, The "Shamrock
Shuffle" was an early spring underfaking. The annual
G.A.A.-"M" Club Banquef was held in May. Everyone
was happy as new ofhcers and sporfsheads were an-
nounced, and hard earned poinfs were awarded wiTh
The Murray leTTer and The all-ciTy LeTTer in a few
Proud Parents Beam As
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
A. R. Amlee
Elmer L. Andersen
E. E. Anderson
Geo. R. Anderson
W. A. Anderson
John S. Andrews
V. J. Appel
Donald E. Arndt
Paul J. Baerwald
Carleton B. Bailey
Peter B. Banning
Philip M. Barnes
A. J. Berry
Harold S. Bjornstad
Neval G. Bluebaugh
Mrs. Helen Bonniwell
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bordenave
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Brusoe
Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Burnett
Mrs. Esther Carlson
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Clark
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Cheatham
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Connolly
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Harry T. Cook
Walter W. Cook
M. A. Day
Arthur C. Dion
Daniel R. Dynan
Arthur B. Evans
Laurence N. Field
R. G. Flynn
A. H. Fortmeyer
Douglas M. Garrow
C. J. Gates
Mrs. Irene Gemmill
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
W. E. Gibeau
G. R. Gilbert
D. C. Gottlieb
A. A. Granovsky
Kenneth R. Haaland
George M. Hagerman
Fred W. Hallberg
. Lawrence Hansen
. Fay A. Hassie
Seniors Near End of Line
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Healy
Mr. and Mrs.
M. E. Henderson
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Hermanson
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hinton
Mr. and Mrs. William Hoppe
Mr. and Mrs. George Hughes
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Hughes
Mrs. Myrtle lmmer
Mr. and Mrs.
A. F. Johannsen
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Joswiak
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. Paul W.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Inga O.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
C. R. Kaufman
R. F. Keller
Edwin T. Knutson
Chas. R. Kratz
W. J. Kroona
Carl V. Langer
H. B. Larson
Arthur A. Lindig
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Lindquist
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lothson
Mr and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs.
Irven O. Lund
Warren W. Lundgren
Robert E. Mackin
W. A. MacDonald
D. M. McCallum
Scott C. McCarl
H. A. Macziewski
Rodney Magnuson, Sr.
Dewey F. Mattson
E. H. Meyer
Percy R. Miller
V. L. Miller
H. A. Morgen
I. J. Moses
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Nelson
Gen. and Mrs. J. E. Nelson
Dr. and Mrs. J. Wesley Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Niessen
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
S. A. Olmen
Harold J. Olson
A. L. Overbee
Max N. Parslow
H. H. Paulbitske
T. A. Pautz
A. D. Pearson
Edward C. Perron, Jr.
A. W. Peterson
Floyd C. Peterson
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
R. N. Sabin
J. E. Sampson
R. E. Schmidt
H. C. Seaborg
Harry E. Seidenkranz
Donald P. Selleck
George T. Shiozaki
Carl W. Simons, Sr.
John D. Smith
R. W. Steele
Mr. Harry W. Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Pickering
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn I. Prickett
Mrs. M. F. Proshek
Mrs. E. L. Steinwall
Mr and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Quam
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Rapp
Mrs. Mona L
Mr. and Mrs.
O. L. Raygor
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rilling
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
P g ghty two
N. J. Robinson
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
R. J. Stoven
H. N. Strenglis
Rudolph J. Sturm
Rolf A. Syrdal
C. A. Thieme
H. L. Thomas
M. O. Thorsen
Leslie E. Tripp
Mrs. R. A. Trovatten
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Vadnais
and Mrs. Victor Vik
and Mrs. Geo. J. Wachholz
and Mrs. Henry H. Wagener
and Mrs. G. E. Wahlstedt
and Mrs. C. N. Wall
and Mrs John M. Wallgren
Spencer F. Wason
J. P. Wegleitner
Elmer J. Wegner
H. J. Wenker
Harvey W. West
John L. Wetschka
R. G. Wetterstrom
M. D. White
Arthur N. Wilcox
Arnold A. Winges
Neal H. Wood
Frank E. Young
Fred G. Zaspel
Louis J. Zrust
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baugh, Mary Manson, Patricia Johannsen I Alvina Philip, Don Swadburg, Tom Larson,
Robert Rystrom, David Luckey, Mark Mattson, Beverley Niessen.
O O O O O
What the honey is to the bee and sunshine is to flowers so is the Supply
Store to Murray High School. Without the indispensable services of the per-
sonnel of the Supply Store and its adviser Mrs. Helene Becker, the students
would find the way of life full of troubles.
Now, it is iust a quick trip up the stairs to the store where every imagin-
able school need is satisfied and, we may add, the prices are always reason-
able. Just as a reminder-why not stock up now for the remaining weeks
Q D I D I
H. B. FULLER COMPANY
Mfrs. of Inclustrial Adhesives
ELMER L. ANDERSEN, Pres.
255 Eagle Street
St. Paul, Minnesota
1875 W. Larpenteur Ave.
NE. 1972 MI. 2825
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Dramatic Club A
Girls' League A
Homecoming A A
Library Club A
Murcurie A A A
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Proiection Crew A
Quill and Scroll A
Junior Red Cross
School Life A AA
Senior Class Play
Stage Force A AA
Y-Teens A A A A A
Thought Line A A
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Faculty A A
Freshmen A A
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