Nevis High School - Nevisonian Yearbook (Nevis, MN)
- Class of 1948
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It is to those who nurtured and guided our early
footsteps on the road of life and ultimate success:
to them we owe the gratitude of the ages, the apprec
iation of a thing well done, and our undying love. In
showing our gratitude, our appreciation, and our
love, we dedicate this representation of a step in
our lives to our parents.
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Let us consider this year as one of the stepping stones of
our lives, not one to be disregarded as the stones upon the beach,
but one to be laid open and analyzed and remembered. Look
beneath the surface and discover again the hidden joys, the
ambitions, the friendships. Pick up this piece of your life--
examine it closely: observe the pattern: picture it, and treasure
it with your memories. Place it upon the shelf of life and
remember it's significance as part of the road you are to travel.
Do this with all your stepping stones and when the shelf is filled
they will appear as one enormous heap depicting the panorama of
your life--the stones are interwoven--they are you!
These stones form the footprints in the pathway of your
achievements. You cannot step into them again so take heed and
notice the impressions before you leave them and they are
obliterated by the winds. Do not stop to contemplate too long
for your pathway lies toward the horizon.
The NEVISONIAN has endeavored to commemorate for
posterity this chapter in the lives of the Nevis High School
students. If this book brings back the happy memories of high
school days, it has accomplished it's purpose.
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First Row: Frances Nielson. Hazel Hedmen, Betty G. Malotky, Mary
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Second Row: John A. Cliplon, Floyd R. Buck fSupt.Q, Theodore Kruger,
Fred W. Hanes. and Ella E. Moon QPrin.l.
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Miss Malotky ----------------
Mrs. Olander ----------------
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Superintendent, Higher Algebra,
-Principal, Typing, Bookkeeping,
Gen. Bus., Senior Class Advisor,
Nevisonian and NeHi Lites Advisor.
-English, History 7, .Tunior Class
Advisor , Libr arian, Dramatics
Social Science, History, Civics,
Sophomore Class Advisor, Athletics
Coach, Boys' Physical Education.
Physics, German, Science, Biology,
Freshman Class Advisor.
Junior High Instructor, Girls' Phy.
Ed., Dramatics Director.
Fifth and Sixth Grades.
Fourth and Fifth Grades.
Second and Third Grades.
First and Second Grades.
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Elsa E. Moos, Prin. -----
Fred W. Hanes ------- ---Eng1ish---
John A. Clipson ---
Betty Malotky ----------
Mrs. Delton Olander ----
Cleo Edwards ---------
Mrs. Vernon Hedman---
F rances Nielson ----
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--University of Minnesota -
St. Paul, Minnesota
--College of St. Benedict
St. Joseph, Minnesota
-- Earlham College
Richmond , Indiana
--St. Cloud Teacher's College
--St. Cloud, Minnesota
Science ----- Macalaster College
St. Paul , Minnesota
Geography -- Valparaiso University
- Bemidji State Teacher's College
- Bemidji State Teacher's College
Elementary -- Moorhead State Teacher's College
-- Bemidji State Teacher's College
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Second Row: Mr. Buck fSuptJ, Oscar Burchett, Rollo Buck, Gerald Laughlin
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KENNETH FAIRCHILD MURIEL DUDLEY MARLYN AVENSON
President Sec.-Treasurer Vice-President
ELAINE OTTESON DONALD NIELSON ROLLO BUCK
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CLASS OF 1947-'48
MARLYN AVENSON ---- -----
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ROLLO BUCK ----
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KENNETH FAIRCHILD ------- -----
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Class Plays- 3-4
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Twelve long years ago, many thousands of little men donned their
long trousers and as many little women their best dainty dresses: after
receiving a goodbye kiss from mother, they trudges off to the neighbor-
hood school. So begins the story of the twenty-four little men and
women who entered the Nevis School way back in 1936. They were
Norman Demmon, Raymond Demmon, Norma Hanson, Alton Hensel,
Willard Hensel, Arthur Lovik, Donald Nielson, Veronica Therault,
Joan Thoreen, Beverly Wambolt, Carol Haider, Einar Husby, Darlene
Jacobson, Keith Jacobson, Elaine Otteson, Alice Shortridge, Duane
Palmer, Verona Westvik, Charles Lepo, and Clarence l-loverstein.
After eight years of grade school only six of those who had
started their search for knowledge at Nevis remained. But as members
of the class left Nevis, during those grade school days, many more
came to fill their places.
The High School Assembly doors were opened in 1944 to an
anxious little group of "Freshies," among them Marlyn Avenson,
Kenneth Fairchild, Elaine Otteson, Beverly Wambolt, Orville
Sullivan, Gerald Laughlin, Paul Case, David Case, Robert Burch,
Clifford Thronson, Duane Carlson, Muriel Dudley, Donald Nielson,
Nola Williams, Annie Kovach, Dorothy Hitchcock, Clarence Young,
Willard Hensel, Arthur Lovik, and June Davis. After a few weeks of
"getting acquainted" with new students and all those windows in such
a big room, the "fresh" settled down to a reasonable peaceful studious
life. The sophomors became extremely anxious to exercise some of
the terrible tortures they had dreamed of and so the big event of the
year, Freshman Initiation, came into view. The usual "Primost"
treatment, the baby act with a well-balanced formula containing
pickle juice, and the many hideous shades of make-up made the
Freshrnen anything but green.
The year quickly disappeared into the past and during a short
three months summer vacation, the green faded away and the class
of '48 returned to Nevis High School as sophomores: now it was
their turn to initiate the freshmen. It was also this year that many
of them began to appreciate high school life. Many of them entered
into school activities and were inspired by the juniors and seniors.
They were not long in studying English II, geometry, modern
history, and biology for the nine months as sophomores were soon
past and they then inherited the responsibility of being juniors.
In the third year of high school, class members were active in
every activity. Dramatics became important for this year, the play,
"The Great Ben Allah." was very successfully presented. The
Junior-Senior Banquet, sponsored by the class, was graciously re-
ceived by the seniors of '47.
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Even those enjoyable days as juniors were destined to fade
into the past for, after completing eleven years of study, twelve
students became the Class of '48, namely: Marlyn Avenson,
Kenneth Fairchild, Elaine Otteson, Beverly Wambolt, Gerald
Laughlin, Paul Case, Muriel Dudley, Donald Nielson, Rollo Buck,
Oscar Burchett, Dorothy Hitchcock, and Palmer Emblom, who
later transferred to Laporte.
Though many had joined the ranks of the class throughout the
years, so had many left or discontinued until only eleven were
awarded the great do'cu.ment, the graduation diploma in 1948. The
year as seniors included--psychological examinations--work in
numerous school activities, and plans for a post-high school future.
The class of 1948, no longer the little men and women they
were twelve years ago, have covered the vast fields of fundamental
knowledge. Several of them will continue in the future years as
students, but all in their various strides, will have happy re-
collections of their school days.
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
The Senior Class of 1948, being of sound mind and body, do
hereby will and bequeath the following treasured articles and
characteristics which have distinguished them during their sojourn
in this institution. They hope that these treasures will be well
cared for and used to the best advantage.
MARLYN wills his brains in Bookkeeping to Vincent Booge, and
his off-balance shot to Carl Seidel. With all the shots he has
acquired, this should put Carl in the same bracket as Minnesota's
ROLLO wills his manner of walking to "Skippy" Wambolt, and
his photographic work to Dean Johnson. Photography can be an
interesting hobby, Dean!
OSCAR wills his unruly hair to Gunnar Husby, and his acrobatic
ability to Russel Laughlin. Practice makes perfect, Russel.
PAUL wills his leadership and ability to organize to his
brother, Wallace, and musical ability to Philip Hitchcock. We hope
it takes Philip as far as it did George Gershwin.
MURXEL wills her various secretarial jobs to Lois Scott, and
her dimples to Loren Avenson. Better sign that contract with M-G-M
KENNETH wills his ability to play basketball to Harold Schubert.
and his coarse incessant voice to Melvin Rand. Maybe it will get
you out of as many jams as it did Kenny. Mel!
DOROTHY wills her typing ability to Ted Kellner, and her
freckles to Evelyn Miller. Then she can run competition to "Butch"
GERALD wills his "Butch" haircuts to James Shortridge, and
the "stuff" inside his head called brains, is to be equally divided
among all who have a "below C" average.
DONALD wills his wavy hair to Donald Bridell, and his suave
manner to Robert Burchett. With his looks, this will put Bob in the
Gregory Peck class.
ELAINE wills her blonde hair to Einar Husby, and her cheer
leading outfit to Ann Irwin. See you in the Rosebowl, Ann!
BEVERLY wills her artistic ability to George Carlson, and
her temper to Jean Halvorson. "It sometimes takes more courage t
do right than to slay dragons,"--so the slogan saysli I,
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A JACKPINE SAVAGE VISITS NEW YORK
My boss had at long last given me a week off and since it
had always been my secret desire to see the big city I decided
to use my meager savings for a trip. The most economical
way to travel was by way of a new invention called, THE
FLYING DOME. The pilot came in to see if everyone was
settled before the take off, who was to our amusement none
other than PAUL CASE. After chatting merrily for a few
minutes we discovered he was also the inventor of this
newest revelation in air travlel.
Glancing out of my window I noticed we were surrounded
by tall buildings. The hostess arrived and informed us of
the fact that we had just landed on the roof of the WALDORF-
ASTORIA. Collecting our baggage we made our way to the
elevator. I was jovially talking to PAUL when we were inter-
rupted by what I thought was a familiar voice. Imagine
meeting MARLYN! And in uniform---that is, an elevator boy's
uniform! MARLYN began explaining that jobs were hard to get.
"Besides," he said, "I can get a philosophical veiw-point
of life, by working among the richer class." Saying goodby
to PAUL and MARLYN I traversed across the huge lobby to
the desk. A flash of recognition swept across my mind as I
glanced at the typist! As she turned and flung me a cheery
smile I realized I didn't know her. Egadl I sure wish I had.
After registering I followed the bellboy to my room. While
putting on my best suit I was contemplating whether I should
ask the typist to share dinner with me. I decided against it,
and so I made my way to the STORK CLUB. After enjoying
an excellent meal I relaxed to wait for the entertainment
which was to fgllow, With a roll of drums MONA LAKE
stepped into the spotlight to lead her all-girl orchestra
in the first number of the evening. The second number
featured that famous crooner of the day, that over-night
sensation ROLLO R. BUCK, singing, "MY ATOMIC LOVE! "
When I was about to leave I literally "bumped intof'
MURIEL DUDLEY. As I was "seeing" her home I invited
her to go with me to CONEY ISLAND the following
morning. Nevis High School Class of '48 was certainly
being brought to light, imagine having already seen four of
that enormous class of eleven members.
As we entered the big top, next morning, and took our
seats, the band began to play. Bozo, the clown, made his
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entry and delighted us immensely. When the laughter had died
down there came the blare of bugles as the trapese artists swung
rout into space. As we gasped in anticipation and held our breath,
ARCO, THE GREAT turned five sumersaults in mid-air before
clasping his partners hands. Glancing down at my program my
eyes bulged out and I nearly fainted as I saw that ARCO, THE
GREAT was none other than POKEY NEILSON, my old school
chum. Then into the spotlight came FEROCHIA, the lion tamer.
Opening the door and cracking her whip she stepped into the
cage to take charge of her lions. Never before in my life had I
seen such a dangerous and thrilling performance. As FEROCHIA
stepped from the cage, MURIEL grabbed my arm and started
jumping up and down and screaming, "It's DOROTHY! It's
Leaving the big top we wandered over to the side show.
The door was blocked by a huge woman. I tapped her on the
shoulder and was about to say, "Beg pardon," when she
turned around. I blinked my eyes and my mouth flew open. I
was dumbfoundedf It was at this moment the barker announced,
"Presenting ---- The World's Fattest Woman! MISS BEVERLY
After leaving CONEY ISLAND we went around to CIRO'S
for lunch. We decided to spend the afternoon at a concert of
the NEW YORK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. With our noses in
the air we made our way to two of the cheapest seats in the
house. What a sensation to sit there and be able to faintly see
the rich Vanderbilts, Rockefellers, Morgans, and Vanhorns
in their various boxes.
When the concert was over MURIEL turned to me and said,
"Would you like to meet the conductor?" Unbelievingly I
looked at her and replied, "Yes. Yes, of course." I followed
her back stage and there under a musicians' haircut I saw
OSCAR BURCHETT. After chatting awhile we left OSCAR and I
accompanied MURIEL to her hotel and informed her I would
call for her at 8:00 to take her to the boxing matches at
MADISON SQUARE GARDENS. Returning to the WALDORF-
ASTORIA I leisurely ate dinner, and retired to my room for a
After picking up MURIEL, we rode by way of CENTRAL
PARK to MADISON SQUARE GARDENS. The fight tonight was for
the Heavy Weight Championship of the World. JERSEY JOE
WALCOTT challenging the "THE MASKED KILLER." The
stadium was packed and the air was tense with excitment. Bets
were four to one on the KILLER. They entered the ring, the gong
sounded and as they removed their robes my eye was caught by
the flashing green trunks of THE MASKED KILLER. Where
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had I seen them before? ? ? Dismissing the question from my mind, I
turned my attention to the fight. It was halfway through the first round
when WALCOTT delivered a smashing left hook to the jaw, followed by
a right, which knocked off the KILLER'S mask. His identity was re-
vealed. The crowd went wild. The KILLER appeared stunned for a
minute, but quickly rallied and let go a smashing right to WALCOTT'S
head, followed by a crashing left. WALCOTT went down. A knockout
in the first round. As the announcer's voice reached my ears it
suddenly dawned on me where I had seen those green trunks before,
Qway back in '48, for the announcer was saying, "The New Heavy
Weight Champion of the World, GERALD LAUGHLIN."
After pushing our way through the crowd, we caught a taxi and
headed for MURIEL'S home. I then bid her a cheerful adieu, promising
to visit her on my next trip to the big city.
Being very tired from the day's vianderings, I headed straight
to my comfortable bed and reposed for a night of quiet rest.
As the following day was Sunday I clothed myself in my most
suitable suit and sauntered jo'vially to the4"Little Church Around The
Corner." At the door I was 'welcomed by a very distinguished looking
gentleman, the-pastor. At first I did not recognize the well dressed
man, but as he spoke I realized it was KENNETH FAIRCHILD, and
under a tie! At first he didn't know me either, but very soon he was
relating to me the past few years of his life. "ELAINE and I," he
began, but was interrupted by the sweet strains of music drifting
from the organ in the front of the church. There was ELAINE
QOTTESONI FAIRCI-IILD, the organist of the church. She smiled
sweetly as she glanced up and then continued playing until the beginning
of the service.
As I reached into my billfold to contribute to the work of the
church, my hand dropped strangely to the "near bottom." My meager
savings were practically exhausted!
After the service was over I decided there was nothing for me to
do but to return home. So ended my first trip to NEW YORK.
Oh, yes! In case you're wondering what MURIEL was doing in
NEW YORK, and all alone, I had better tell you. She was the latest
and most popular cover girl for the POWER'S MODEL AGENCY.
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CLASS OF 1949
First Row: Vincent Booge, Phyllis Fradenburgh, Dolores Nancarrow,
Evelyn Miller, Lois Scott, James Shortridge.
Second Row: Warren Sartsin, Einar Husby, Dean Johnson, Gunnar Husby
Harold Schubert, Melvin Rand, Mr. Hanes lAdvisorl.
Those Absent: .Tenn Quast, Verla Vokes.
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The Junior Class started out the big events of the school
year with the presentation of the Junior Class Play, "Winning
Scherners." The play was staged on December 4, 1947, after sev-
eral weeks of preparation. The play was a farce comedy packed
with laughs. You can just imagine the fun that is derived from
the predicament of a happily married young couple suddenly find-
ing themselves confronted by the visit of his uncle and her aunt.
Neither the aunt nor the uncle knew of the secret marriage of the
two. and both were thoroughly opposed to matrimony. The young
husband, at the insistence of his wife, disguised himself as her
girlfriend so as to fool her aunt. and later she dressed like a,
boy in the attempt to throw the uncle off the track.
The leading parts of GEORGIA and PHILLIP PAGE were played
by Dolores Nancarrow, and Dean Johnson. The supporting cast was
as follows: AUNT JANE--Jean Quast, UNCLE HARRY--James
Shortridge, MARY BARTON--Phyllis Fradenburgh, HANNAH--
Verla Vokes, LOUISE CALDWELL--Evelyn Miller, CUNNING
CARL--Vincent Booge, THE OFFICER--Warren Sartain.
Before they became Juniors, Dale Moberg, Donald Harnmer,
Raymond Demmon and Helen Hanson dropped our ranks. Dolores
Nancarrow's re-entering brought the enrollment of the class to
fourteen. Of these members there are several who represent the
class in different school activities, such as: Vincent Boog,
Gunnar Husby, and Warren Sartain on the Basketball team:
Harold Schubert, Vincent Booge, and Gunnar Husby on the Football
team: Dean Johnson, Warren Sartain, and Phyllis Fradenburgh in
the band. Other activities represented by the Junior Class are:
Student Council, Newspaper, and Annual Staff.
After putting the candidate for Carnival Queen on the throne
for two years: Evelyn Miller, Freshrrian: Phyllis Fradenburgh,
Sophomore: the Junior Class failed to place their candidate, Lois
Scott, on top in the contest.
Front Row: Philip Hitchcock, Ann Ames, Carl Seidel, Myron Christenson,
Connie Sartain. Marlys Quast.
Second Row: Hazel Hanson, Wallace Case, Ted Kellner, Marvin Hanson,
Third Row: Madeline Bridell, Claire Moberg, Robert Buck. Ruth Hamblin,
ElVeda Carlson, Mr. Kruger fAdvisorJ.
First Row: Loren Avenson, Norman Husby, Arlene Hensel, Phillip Anderson,
Second Row: Arlie Fundaun. Marilyn Fradenburgh, Jean Thompson, Joanne
Culley, Ann Irwin, .Tack Richie. Stewart Wambolt.
Third Row: George Carlson, Marilyn Shortridge, Richard Fitting, Mr. Clipson
lAdvisorI, Jean Halvorson, Roberi Burchett.
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The N. H. S. year of activities was begun by the Sophomore
Class on October 7, 1947 with Freshman initiation. Freshmen
came to school that day, adorned with old clothes, worn inside
out and backwards. Girls "sported" old straw hats and the boys
covered their curls with headscarfs worn "rnammy" fashion.
The "serenity" of the initiation was bluntly interrupted when
four underclassmen, girls at that, were dragged onto the stage.
It seems that these damsels were caught snooping, and as
punishment--can't you just feel raw egg cracked on your skull?
The evening closed after the playing of games, with a lunch
being served the students and faculty by the Sophomore Class.
Out of the class of 16 they have a good representation on the
High School Basketball team, namely: Robert Buck, Carl Seidel,
Marvin Hanson, and Myron Christenson. The band, also claims
three of their members: Connie Sartain, ElVeda Carlson, and
Their class officers for the year are: President--Madeline.
Bridell: Vice-President--Claire Moberg: Secretary-Treasurer--
Marlis Quast. Members of their class on the Student Council are
Connie Sartain and Carl Seidel.
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High School education began for twenty freshmen on September
6, 1947 as they entered the assembly officially to help form the
"rank and file" of Nevis High. Perhaps the pace set was too fast
or perhaps for other reasons, footsteps led them away! the number
diminished to ta final eighteen.
During Junior Business class on October 24, the Sophomores
invaded the quiet solitude of the assembly wrecking havoc with
cold cream and lipstick. The hideously painted faces were part of
their official welcome--the traditional "initiation," That after-
noon the three "frosh" boys on the football team thought they
would fbecause of their horrible looking facesl frighten the Remer
team to the point of nonresistance. NeHi did win that game but
whether it was because of the appearance of the freshrnen or the
team's superb playing will never be known. '
As is customary the freshmen, in response to the party given
them on initiation, sponsored an evening of entertainment for the
High School. It was, however, far from a party to "get even" with
the sophomores for the tortures inflicted upon them. "Eats" clim-
axed the evening's activities.
The class officers, as elected by the freshmen were as follows
President--Jean Thompson: Secretary-Treasurer--Joanne Culleyt
Student Council Representatives--Ann Irwin and Robert Burchett.
The ninth grade boys combined with those of the seventh and
eighth grades to form a Boy's Club. under the direction of Mr.
Clipson and Mr. I-lanes: a similar club was formed among the girls
under Miss Malotky's guidance. The purpose of these clubs QTo
provide the students with enjoyment through handicraft, was ful-
filled through projects completed by each individual member.
The type of projects constructed during the hour given the boys
each week were gimp and plexi-glass for braclets, and leather
for belts and billfolds while the girls spent their time making
shell jewelry and chip-carvingbookends.
Richard Gelser. Marlys Hanson. Kenneth Pritchett, Myrna
Goldsmith, Dorothy Anderson, Harriet Masteller.
Marlene Sartain, Robert Kellner. Viola Haxnblin, Donald
Bridell. James Wynia, Roy Brldell, Mr. Hanes lAdvisorl.
SEVE TH GRADE
Alexander Kovach, Robert Widdifield, Yvonne Wambolt, Perry
Shortrldge. Mary Ann Ballard, Kenneth Struck, Barbara Jensen
James Odenbreit, Carol Ann Rand, Richard Johnson, Victor
Dudley, Sandra Jensen, Signe Husby.
Vern Avenson, Glen Avenson, Dean Vokes, Miss Malotky
fAdvisorl, Russel Laughlin, James Martin. Arlene Christenson.
Edward Hamblin, Wayne Hensel, Charles Schroeder.
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IFTH andvSIXTH GR DE
Georgia Ann Wagner, Janice Frehse, Doris Hanson. Bonnie
Ballard, Martha Kovach, Mary Kellner, Clarice Lovik, Dolores
Severtson, Gail Fradenburgh, Vivian Rlenstra, Marlyn Christensen
Ronald Romer. Gerald Carlson, Dennis Hanson, Wayne Schroeder.
John Plumley, Kenneth I-Iensel, James Masteller, Donald Schubert,
Terry Lindow. Darren Dodson.
Roger Sells, Richard Hitchcock, Vernon Case, Virgil Hamblin.
Harvey Carlson, Arla Rae Moberg, Betty McGough. Donna Frehse,
Muriel Scott, Lorraine DeVore, Mrs. Olander.
Adelle Widdlfield, Sonja Olson, Marvin Delviaris.
FGURTH and FIFTH GRADE
Wadell Heaton, Norma Jean Fradenburgh, Carol-Jasperson. Jane
Richie. Janet Plumley, Lavonne Romer, Doris Mae Potter. Arlyce
Leroy Struck. Bobby Baker. Melvin Husby, Francis Pritchett,
Laverne Severtson, Edna Hanson, Trudy Lindow, Bernard Bader.
Clyde Wambolt, Robert Demmon, Dolores Entwistle, Loyce
I-lalvorson, Nora Hanson, Gerald Dodson, Daryl Gruis.
Miss Edwards, Gary Schmitz. Stanley Newman, John Hanson,
Betty Delviaris. Lucille Schroeder. Major Dudley, Allen Rand.
Virgil Harnblin, Pat Harnblin. Raymond Hamblin, Katherine
Entwistle. Eugene Sarbaum. Tommy Kellner.
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SECOND and THIRD GRADE
:fhos e Abs ent:
Janice Hanson. Yvonne Struck, Paula Walker, Jerry Wambolt,
Robert Jensen, David Anderson, Jeanne Sather.
Dean Schmitz, Larry Hensel, Constance Llndow, Harold Weeks,
Harold Husbv. Howard Case. Marv Dudlev.
XMrs. I-ledrnan, Dennis Dudley, Jackie Schroeder, Donnis Harnblin,
Dolores Bridell, Chris Tchouban, James Christensen, Bennie
Patricia Harris, Carol Dawson, Shirley Hamm, Laurel Hamblin,
Harold Gellar. Beverly Davis. Arlene Shaw.
FIRST and SECD D GRADE
Dorothy Husby. Michael Dodson, Clyde Spurlin. Gary Fernquist,
David Lorine, Karin Sarbaum. Le Roy Severtlon, Norman DeMaris
Stanley Hunter, Kay Ann Dudley.
Nancy Rand, David Gruis, Rebecca Jasperson, James Dodson,
Leone Bridell, Larry Newman, Mies Nielson, Eleanor Scouton,
George Fernquist, Jean Gruis, Gerald Gulsvlg.
Harold Hamblin, John Kovach, Carl Vagle. Bert Hamblin, Nina
Olson, Darrell Hamblln, Joseph DeVore, Andrew Hamblin.
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First Row: Phyllis Fradenburgh. Myrna Goldsmith. Dorothy Anderson,
Marilyn Shortridgo. Gall Fradenburgh. Jean Halvorson,
ElVeda Carlson, Connie Sartaln. Marilyn Fradenburgh. Phillip
Anderson, Robert Buck.
Second Row: Roy Bridell, Paul Cale, Marlyl Hanson, Mr. Relshus fDirectorl
Marlene Sartaln. Gerald Laughlin, Rollo Buck. Warren Sartain,
Dean Johnson. '
SHARPS AND FLATS CLUB
Phyllis Fradenburgh, Gerald Laughlin, Paul Case, Rollo Buck, Robert Bunk
new Johnson- wlffell 5H1'!Gil1, Connie Sartain. ,
The Nevis High School Band has been progressing under the
direction of Mr. Reishus into a group of musicians who are
striving to interpret concert music of merit. Many of the com-
positions in their repertoire have been written by modern classical
composers of high esteem. and readily lend themselves to inter-
pretation by the high school band.
Though most of the present band members have had previous
experience, many promising beginners have been added through-
out the year so that a reasonably well-balanced concert band has
Through the cooperation of the village and the school, funds
have been made available for music instruction in the school.
Promotors ofthe band may be sure that money spent for high school
music is an advantageous expenditure for it aids in providing a
well-proportioned curriculum for Nevis High School students.
SHARPS AND FLATS CLUB
The Sharps-And-Flats Club has been an active organization in
the past months, and a future of activity is anticipated. It has
been the purpose of the club to further music interests and to
sponsor programs and band activities.
Officers elected by the club members for the 1947-48 school
term are: Paul Case, president: Phyllis Fradenburgh, vice-
presidentg Rollo Buck, secretary-treasurer: and Mr. Reishus, advisor
Though the membership in the club is small, they are under-
taking the enormous activity of purchasing a piano for the high
school gymnasium. Through the use of club dues, benefit programs,
and private donations, the club members are confident that they
will succeed in their purpose.
Seated: Mr. Hanes fAdvisorl. Muriel Dudley, Gerald Laughlin,
Phyllis Fradenburgh, Mr. Buck fAdvisorl.
Standing: Connie Sartaln, Vincent Booge. Evelyn Miller, Paul
Case, Robert Burchett. Carl Seidel, Ann Irwin, fabsent
President ---------------- Gerald- Laughlin
vice-president -------- Phyllis Ffadenbm-gh
Secretary-treasurer -------- Muriel Dudley
Senior ------- - ----- Beverly Wambolt
Junior ---- ---- - - ----- Evelyn Miller
Sophomore -------- --- Connie Sartain
Freshrnan ------ ------- A nn Irwin
First Row: Oscar Burchett, Marlis Quast, Phyllis Fradenburgh, Dorothy
Hitchcock, Elaine Otteson.
Second Row: Marlyn Avenson, Wallace Case, Donald Nielson. Miss Moos
fAdvisorl, Paul Case. Dean Johnson. James Shortridge. Vincent
Absent: Rollo Buck. Beverly Wambolt. 19010705 Nnncarrow. R0bGl't
Burchett. and Jean Quant.
Co-editors in Chief ---------------- Phyllis Fradenburgh
Os car B urchett
'Assistant Editor ---------------------------- Paul Case
Business Manager ---------- ------- M arlyn Avenson
Assistant Business Manager -
Art Editor -----------
Assistant Art Editor---
Activities Editor --------- -
Photog raphy ------------------- - -
------------ Vincent Booge
---- Donald Nielson
---- Elaine Otteson
-- Beverly Wambolt
-------- James Shortridge
Reporters---- ---------------- ---------- .T ean Quast
Staff Poet -------------------------
Typist ------------------- --
Advisor- ------------ L -----
- --- --- - -Dorothy Hitchcock
- ------------ Miss Moos
N E-HI LITES
Muriel Dudley. Dorothy Hitchcock, Myrna Goldsmith, Oscar
Burchett, Paul Case, Wallace Case, Connie Sartain, Marilyn
Fradenburgh, Ann Irwin, Elaine Otteson.
Standing: James Shortridge, Miss Moos fAdvisorJ, Donald Nielson,
Dean Johnson, Robert Burchett, Marlyn Avenson, Evelyn
Miller, Miss Malotky fConsultantl.
Beverly Warnbolt. Dolores Mancarrow. Jean Quast.
Co-Editors -------------- Paul Case
Humor Editors ------- Elaine Otteson
Sports Editor --------- Wallace Case
Illustrators ---------- D onald Nielson
Reporters ---------- Gerald Laughlin
Page Set Up ------------- Jean Quast
Class Editor --------- Muriel Dudley
Activities ------------ Dean Johnson
Proof Reader ------- Oscar Burchett
Typists -------------- T yping I Class
Mimeographers ----- Marlyn Avenson
Consultant ----------- -Miss Malotky
Advisor ---------------- Miss Moos
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THE NEHI LITES
Burning the midnight oil is a common occurence on any
newspaper, and no exception is the NeHi Lites. The hustle of
meeting the deadline--frantic search for news, typing, cutting,
rewriting, setting up, tearing down--keeps the flame at a
continuous glow of intense heat until the last sheet is finished
Then--the flame flickers and dies to coals, only to be
whipped into a fury as the next deadline rushes ever nearer.
And so it goes: the never ending frequency of publishing the
With the spontaneous rush to popularize the candidates for
Queen, another carnival season was begun. The air was charged
with excitement and speculation ran high as the crowning day
Finally the concessions and other sources of amusement were
ready and the stage was set for the Carnival Queen of 1947-48.
The ballot booths were closed: the votes were tabulated.
Then--with the page boys clearing a lane and the trumpteers
sounding a fanfare--Arlene Christenson, surrounded by her attend-
ants, proceeded to thekthrone +o be crowned Queen of the Carnival
by the Senior Class president, Kenneth Fairchild. Her attendents
were: Muriel Dudley, Lois Scott, Claire Moberg, and Marilyn Short
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' Surtain. Robert Buck. Carl Seidel,lPhilip Hitchcock.
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The gridiron battles for the fall season of 1947 were none too
successful for the Nevis Tigers who were compelled to surrender to
their opponents five times before they experienced the thrill of a
victory in their final game.
This sport usually results in several injuries. A returning
letterman, Oscar Burchett, was eliminated in the first game of the
season by a. broken l'eg, a serious loss to the squad.
The first homecoming celebration in the history of Nevis High
School was held on the evening of October 21. This impressive
celebration was climaxed by the crowning of the Queen, Dolores
Nancarrow, by the co-captains of the football team, Rollo Buck and
The cheerleaders chosen by the student body for the year were
Elaine Otteson, Beverly Wambolt, and Dean Johnson. These students
led the rooting section during the football and basketball seasons.
The Nevis Tigers completed their 1947-48 basketball season
with a record of nine wins and seven losses. Twenty-five boys
reported to Coach Kruger for this winter sport including five
letter men, Kenneth Fairchild, Gunnar Husby, Marlyn Avenson,
Rollo Buck, and Vincent Booge.
On December 10th the home cagers defeated an Akeley quint
Z0-19 in the most exciting game of the year. Though this game was
won by one point, wide margin scores were general for the year.
Comparative totals were as follows: Nevis' total points, 617:
opponents' total points, 532: Nevis' total personal fouls, 276g
opponents' total fouls, ZZ7.
"B' ' TEAM BASKETBALL
The Nevis Tigers "B" Squad has completed their season with a
record of four wins and nine losses.
This group of younger boys have made considerable improvement
since the beginning of the year and are promising material for the
"A" teams of the future.
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Strike Up The Band
Last Minute Instructions
Learning to Drive
Your guess is as good as mine
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Does x + y 2 z
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He's our man.
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GEORGE M. ISAACSON, PROPRIETOR
PARK RAPIDS MINNESOTA
STOVES-BOTTLE GAS-BENDIX WASHER
ADMIRAL REFR IGERAT ORS-RADIOS
CITIZEN 'S NATIONAL BANK
of Park Rapids
A Bank Worthy of Confidence and Patronage
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
COAST TO COAST STORE
Auto Supplies Sporting Goods
Hardware Plurnbing Supplies
john Hemphill- Owner
Park Rapids Minnesota
: l.ittIe's Garage
HUDSON SALES AND SERVICE
AND BALANC ING
PARK RAPIDS MINNESOTA
ATOMIC BUS DEPOT
EAST BOUND 3:34-9:30
WEST BOUND 9:00-3:29
ELMER QUAST PROPRIET OR
C OMPLIMEN TS OF
l.orine's Food arket
TI-IE HOME BRAND STORE
"YOU'LL APPRECIATE OUR FRIENDLY SERVICE"
PHONE 52 NEVIS, MINNESOTA
The Trading Post
F ISHING TACK LE
SPORTING GOODS-NOV ELT IES
SALES R ENTALS
PARK RAPIDS MINNESOTA
BOX 332 AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY TELEPHONE 51-I
HAROLD REESE '
C OMMERC IAL PHOT OGRAPHY- PORT RAITS
AN YT IME-AN Y WHERE
PARK RAPIDS MINNESOTA
Montyfs Sandwich Shop
A GOOD PLACE TO MEET YOUR FRIENDS
MARV IN MONTGOMERY -PR OPR IET OR
PARK RAPIDS MINN ES OT A
Romer's Food Market
SELF SERV ICE
COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES
ALSO EVERYTHING IN FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES TWICE A WEEK
VARIETY AND CLOTHING
C OMPLIMENTS OF
B. O. Quale
BU ILDING MAT ERIAL
DORSET MINNES OTA
BISHOP'S ARE PLEASED TO SERVE
THE GRADUATES OF NEVIS HIGH SCHOOL
READY TO WEAR DRY GOODS
Bishop Co. Dept. Store
RAE AND BILLS
Fi1.m and Finishing
Sundries-T ackle and Souvenirs
School Supplies -Gifts
Phone 28 Nevis, Minnesota
NEVIS LIQUOR STORE
Fine Wines and Liquors
I john A. Johnson Manager
BALLARDS GATEWAY STATION
Skelly Petroleum Products
Deer Heads and Fish Specialty
Fishing Tackle Souvenirs
NEV IS SAWMILL
Northern Pine Building Material
NEVIS TELEPHONE CO.
Eddie and Mabel Schubert
H. E, Konshok, Owner
Dry Goods Ready-To-Wear
Men's Furnishings and Shoes
Park Rapids Minnesota
McFARREN IMPLEMENT CO.
Maytag Washers and Ironers
McCormick Deering Farm Equipment DeV oe Reynolds Paints
Congratulations to the
Senior Class Of Nevis
GRIFFIN RADIO fy ELECTRIC
Park Rapids Minnes ofa
Dodge Passenger Cars
. Plymouth Passenger Cars '
'C 7 ff Dodge job-Rated Trucks "N ,,"'
MARSHALL MOT OR COMPANY
R. L. Marshall, Manager Park Rapids, Minnesota
Congratulations To Class Of 19 48
DON BROWN'S FOOD STORE
Park Rapids Minnesota
MAIN STREET CAFE
Art and Alice Streich-Proprietors
RCA Victor Records
A. L. WEST LUND
Park Rapids Minnesota
MINNESOTA POWER ik LIGHT CO.
See Your Local Dealer For Things Electrical.
In The Mantrap and Crow Wing Lakes Region
Good Beds Cornfortable Rooms Delicious Food
Roger and Ruth Anderson Phone 46
Nevis Minne s ota
NEV IS CREAMERY
Pasteurized Milk and Cream
A. S. Rienstia Proprietor
For Odorless Cleaning Try
SWAIN'S BAND BOX CLEANERS
Alterations and Pressing
Phone l36j Dale Swain-Proprietor
Park Rapids Minnes ota
PARK RAPIDS BAKERY
"Mity-Nice" Bread and Fancy Pastry
If It Is In Our Line We Will Make It.
Phone 135 Park Rapids, Minn.
FUHR'S FOOD MARKET
Your Shopping Center
In Park Rapids
Phone 72 john Fuhr
DRI.SCOLL'S CAFE i
Park Rapids Minnesota
ERICKSON HARDWARE AND
General Hardware Household Appliances I
Phones: 18 Day L8 Night
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"A Fine Hote1"
Park Rapids Minnesota
KNAPP PLUMBING 81 HEATING
Heating, Plumbing and Steamfitting
Waterbury Warm Air Heating
Park Rapids Minne s ota
Fine Diamonds, Watches and jewelry
Rep air Work-Our bpecialty
I WI1VIPY'S CASTLE I
I Good Food-Home-made Pasteries I
"The Best In Foods"
Park Rapids Minnesota
DARK RAPIDS ENTER PRISE
Hubbard County 's
Keith Rogers Publisher
CLAY DRUG CO.
"The Rexall Store"
Prescriptions A Specialty
Visit Our Newly Installed Soda Fountain
Phone 140 Park Rapids, Minnesota
BEN FRANKLIN ST ORE
51 I 1055 51.00 8: up
Everything in Notions
Candies, Novelties Toiletries, Stationery
Home Furnishings Glassware and Hardware
Fulton and Levenick Owners
FARMERS STATE BANK
"The Bank of Personal Service"
Cottages---Farms for Sale
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND
WE WISH TO THANK THE ADVERTISERS
FOR HELPING MAKE THIS BOOK
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