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TI-IE YGRKER Nineteen Hundred Fifty Three Edited and Published bv THE CLASS OF 1953 New York Mills High School Volume XIV AUTOGRAPHS P K M AND CO 1 To the Seniors . . Fear IS man s greatest enemy It probab ly kllls more people than any dlS6aS6 It seems that the greatest mxserles of us hu mans come from the dread of trouble rath er than from the presense of ctual trou e Some are afrald of old age some who are well are afrald of gettlng S1Ck some who are slck are afrald they w1ll not get well some who are beaut1ful are afrald they may lose thelr beauty Some are wor ned about 1nJury to thelr good name Oth ers are afrald they may lose thelr money or then' Jobs or loved ones thru sxckness or death Fear weakens saddens and frlghtens people If you can ehmlnate fear from your 11fe you w1ll have much more satlsfactlon m l1v1ng Most of the thlngs We fear never happen Don t be mlserable and suffer bv waltmg for somethlng dlsastrous and un pleasant to happen Remember that even the most unpleas ant th1ngs w1ll pass away Use your w1ll fears of hfe w1ll vanlsh But the greatest cure of all for fear IS to trust and haxe falth ln the provxdence of God May your hves be happy and useful free Slncerely yours W H D1tt8S EHNBOM MOTOR CO THOMPSON JEWELRY 'Q' ' v ' - -.vzzxat ' at - bl . 5 Z . . 1 , . , . . 7 . Q . 1 ' Y power and common sense and many of the WOW 1631'- . I A 'X , -' . . I, -- , . x ' . l I I , l v ' ' ' . I ' , rl A X fy Y ' - " . I ,,-f-"" . Q 2 fi , O O X CO OP SERVICES INC MILLS CO-OP CREAMERY ASS'N 3 ' , X3 Q Q QL We the se lor class of 53, WlSh to dedl cate thlS, our 1952 1953 yearbook to Leldahl whose untlrmg endeavors have served to make the New York M1lls H1gh School a thI'lV1Ilg lnstltutlon for the pro motlon of hlgher educatlon, good c1t1zen shlp and better c1t1zens for today and to IIIOITOW ERWIN TOLKINEN Football 4 Mixed Chor Annual Staff 1 Craft Club 1 Home Ee 1 Football Cap tain Freshman and Senlor Pres Sopho more and Jumor Vice President In courtesy and man ners he rates hlgh Hes known to all a very nice guy DEDICATION Class Presldent Class Secretary EINAR KUIVINEN DIGGING AND TRENCHING PETERSON BIDDICK CO SHIRLEY KUIVINEN Band a Glee Club 3 Mixed Chorus 2 Pep Squad 3 Library 2 Newspaper 2 One Act Play 1 Junior Class Play Student Coun cll 2 Fresh Choru Dramatlcs Club 2 There 5 somethin kind f appetizing about this little dump ling l y , . .H ' - , Mr. rx' J ,K fb r ,V ,N j ' l J' , I NU . ff ' , ,M 2 . 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' I ' J. 4 ELDA AC KERMAN lbrary Staff 1 News Staff 1 Travel Club 1 Art Club 1 Annual Staff 1 A faultless as a. spring flower DELL ATKINSON Home Economics Club Band 2 Track 3 Mixed Chorus 1 hurry not neither do I worry DONALD DAVIS ootball 3 Track 3 sketball 3 Mixed Chorus 3 Aviation Club 1 Class Plays 3 Annual Sta Humor like history repeats itself CO OP LOCKER PLANT HERB S TEXACO STATION ELAINE AMBERG Student Councll 2 Pep Squad 3 Glee Club 3 Soph One Act Play FTA 2 Newspaper 2 Mixed Chorus 3 Dra matics 1 Junior Class Play Red Cross Queen Candidate An nual Staff Music Ap preclatlon Club 1 Generally speaking s e generally speaking DELORES CURTIS Readers Club 1 Class Play Usherette An nual Staff Newspaper Staff Library Staff Glee Club 1 FTA 1 Silence gives grace to a woman WILLIAM ERKKILA Football 3 Hobby Club 1 Aviation Club As 1111100635 BS 9. child 5 I DONALD FALLS Basketball-8, Track-2, Baseball-2,F'1'A-2,M1x- ed Chorus-2, Sports Club-1, Aviation Club 1, Class Play-1, Band-1 "Great thoughts come from the heart." ADRIAN FROST Mixed Chorus l Vice Pre ldent Senior Class Aviation Club 1 Sports Club 1 A man of knowledge mcreases strength LYLE HAMAN Football 4 Baseball 2 Track 4 Mixed Chorus 3 Boys Chorus '7 Craft Club 1 Annual Staff 1 Declamatlon 1 Making love IS like making ple all you need ls lot of crust and some applelsaucet EKLUND AND J YRKAS RAYMOND FALLS Basketball-8, Baseball 2,, Track - 4. Mixed Chorus - 2, PTA - 2. Sports Club-1, Avia- tion Club-1, Annual Staff, Basketball Cap- tain--1. "A woman has ber say, but man has his way." DONALD HAGEL Mixed Chorus 1 Hob by Club 1 Patrol l Conservation Club 1 Happy go lucky l thls lad always smll ing never sad CAROLE HANNINEN Glee Club3 Mlxed Chorus 1 Dramatic Club 1 FTA 2 Pep Squad 3 Annual Staff Newspaper Staff 2 Freshman Chorus Success 1 getting what you want hap plness 1 wanting what you get - -I . 'V 'I .F -. 'f 1. - - S ' . v, - v. ', -' -' , -' ' '- 'f , ' -... '- . -v - 5 . 1. .. 5 . ,y I - 51 'H rv 1 CLARE HENDRIC KX Glee Club 3 FTA 1 Llbrary Staff 1 News paper Staff 3 Annual Staff Pep Squad 2 GAA Hobby Club 1 Junior Class Play Homecoming Queen Nothing helps a per sons complexion like putting xt to bed be fore 1 00 AM LEMPI HEWTILA Llbrary Club 2 Mixed Chorus 1 Pep Squad Annual Staff Glee Club 2 Chess and Checkers Club 1 Llb As hopeful as the spring mornlng VERNER HOLMSTROM Band 4 Mixed Chorus Boys Chorus 2 Mixed Octette 3 Stu dent Council 2 Busl ness Manager 1 An nual Staff l FTA2 Crafts Club 2 Aviation Clubl School Patrol Track 4 Football 2 Basketball 1 It is the mind that makes a man MILLS FARMERS ELEVATOR NELLIE HENDRICKX Glee Club 2 Chorus 2 Newspaper Staff 1 An nual Staffl Library Hobby Club 1 GAA FTA Basketball Jun lor Class Play Peo Squad Hornecornln Queen Of all the girls that eer was seen theres none so fine as Nel e PAUL HEPOKOSKI Basketball-4 Track 4 Baseball 2 Class Of flrer 1 Mixed Chorus 2, Patrol 1 FTA 2 Sports Club 1 Avia tion Club I round is the sweetest way home JNU4 ffvv! Mmm 4,112 1 JJ BEV LY Jormson V Mixed-Chorus 3 Glee Club 3 Pep Squad 2 Newspaper 2 Annual Staff Book Readers 2 Lucky Accident play A face as fair as the summer dawn 7 yn!! : . ." H -.. ' '7 ' 1 ' ' -1 "jf!,,ZZfn, 3, A" . ' '-, ' L 'f' ' . 4 -" - - . 'N I F, rary Club-3. "The longest way. L ,L L f VAL! 3 I 1 M .- fuk ' V' L R . X N, 1 ' " b : xf 14 - v 1' if as . I , ' 3. - ' ' - . - . - ' - . - .' ' -f Q. I 'KZ JAMES JUVRUD Band-4, Mixed Chbrus 3. FTA-2. Football-3, Trlwk-2. BOYS' Chorus 1, Newspaper-2, Annu- 111 Staff, Hobby Club. Chess and Checker Club, All Dist. Band 2. German Band-3. "Musical as is Appol- lo's 1ute." IRENE KORBY Glee Club 1 Mixed Chorus 1 Pep Squad Readers Club 2 Llbraryl Choral Rea ders 1 F'I'A1 She attained the ul tmatc in all hei en deavors SHIRLEY KUMPULA Mxed Chorus!! Glee C'ub 3 Newspaper 2 library 1 FTA 2 An iual Staff Jr Class Sec Cheerleader 3 Jr Class Play Tumbling 1 Queen Candidate Freshman One Act Play Freshman Chor us A busy little body MILLS MOTORS VIRGINIA HER-TSC HER Band-3, Glee Club-2, Chorus-2, Declamatlon 2, Library Staff-1 An- nuzl Staff, Newspaper Stan, Junior Class Play, Choral Readers 1, Pep Squad-1, FTA 1, Book Readers-1, Mu- sic Appreciation. "Sometimes serious, sometimes gay, but al- ways in a nice friend- ly way." BETTY KUKAS Art Club 2 Pep Squad 3 Glee C1ub3 Mixed Chorus 2 Newspaper Staff 1 Annual Staff Freshman Chorus Beneath her quiet ness lies true sinceri EVA KYKYRI Annual Staffl Pep Squad 2 Mixed Chor us Glee Club 2 Art Club Library Staff 2 Newspaper 2 In any class Eva 1 the one thats full of jokes and full of fun - , Y - 2' 1 - , 1 1 '- - - I ' ' N A ' n . - . ' . W ,'., i - . - ' f ' 1 - ' ' v ' ' - ' - - ' 1 - - - . - . . . .. S - ' -, I . GERHART MAIJALA Football 4 Basketball 2 Track 4 Klng Can dldate Ind Arts l Aviation Club 1 A nual Staff FTA 2 De clam Play Class Plav 3 Mixed Chorus 3 Boys Chorus l Patrol 3 Band2 Class Dffl cer 4 Punctual as the mor ning GORDON MATTI Craft Club 1 Track 4 Mixed Chorus 3 As restless as the wind GLADYS PAATALO Glee Club 3 Annual Editor Pep Squad 3 Art Club 1 Newspaper Staff 3 Library 'vluslc Appreciation 1 FTA 3 Choral Readlngl Ju nlor Class Play D clam 5 Sophomore Play Mixed Chorus 4 Smooth runs the wa ter where the brook ls deep A W BOLMGREN ELECTRIC SERVICE 9 GLENDA MAJAVA Declam 6 J Class Play Band 4 Glee Club 3 Chorus 2 Lib I-ary 3 Newspaper Staff 3 Pep Squad 3 Dramatic Club 1 Art Club 1 One Act Play Freshman Chorus An ual Staff FTA Sex tette 1 Choral Read ers 2 The highest lntel lcts like the tops of mountains are the first to catch and re flect the dawn SHIRLEY MENZE Art Club l Library Club 1 Chorus 1 Gle Club 1 Pep Squad 'F Library Staff 1 New paper 1 Annual Sta'f and dewy as the gllm mery summer dawn CHARLES PARY Mixed Chorus 1 Base ball l Crafts Club Conservation Club l Annual Staff A short saying of t contains much wls dom - , r. 1 ' v ' - , 1 ' , ' - ' - ' v ' - ' ' . - R' 1 ' ' - ' - , n n- - , . - ' f- ' ' - ' . A ' , ' f F ' ' ' - , - - , - - . - - . - ' u - .. - C , - v - . ' - . e '- ' ' 1 '-v ' - . s- -- - , A . u E ' "Her eyes are blue ' ' v - , " , 1. ' - 1' ' n ' 1 ' - ' - , - . , e- - - ' an n ' . V n " .. . . . PAUL PERALA Clam Play-3 Mixed Chorus-2 FTA-2 De- clamatlon-3 Manager Football, Basketball and Track-2 Cooking Club-1. "A llttle too wls- they say do never llxe long. FRANCIS RICE Chorus 1 Crafts Club 1 Conservation Club 1 Newspaper Sta!! 2 Manager Football 2 and Baseball 1 Patrol 2 Annual Staff The human mlnd should be llke a good hotel open the year around DONALD SALO Mixed Chorus 1 Home Annual Staff A little learning ls a dangerous thing ERVS EAST SIDE STATION ARNOLD PORKKONEN Basketball-8 FTA - 2 Football-4 Captain-l Baseball - 2, Aviation Club-1 Annual Staff Craft Club-1 One Act Play-1 Track-4 Boys Chorus-1 Band-1 Red Cross-3 Student Coun- cil-1 Mixed Chorus-3 President of Junior Class. Whether ln sports. studies, or more h 'n a lad who will always score. ARNOLD SALO Track 3 Conservation Club 1 Crafts Club l Mixed Chorus 1 An nual Staff Quiet and unassum His LORRAINE SAVELA Newspaper Staff 2 Glee Club 2 Mixed Chorus Pep Squad 1 GAA 1 Music Ap matics Club 1 Annual Staff Golden smile golden hair whatever her destination she ll get there 10 , . , . , e - 1 Ee. club-1. Football-1. preciation, Club, Dra: 7 MILDRED SELANDFR Mixed Chorus Glee Club 2 Pep Squad 2 Newspaper Annual Staff Student Poun cl 1 GAA 1 Voca tional Club 1 Hobby Club 1 Choral Read ers Sweet and frlendly and full of fun Mll dreds liked by every one JACK THOMPSON Football 1 Student Council l Mixed Cho rus 1 Art Club 1 An Club 1 Fair words never hurt the tongue ANNE TUMBERG Glee Club 1 Mixed Chorus 1 Pep Squad Newstaff 1 Senior Treasurer Vocational Club 1 Choral Read ers 1 Annual Stal! FTA 1 Serene as night KARVONEN AND SON FURNITURE J AN ETTE SONNENBERG Glee Club3 FFA? Junior Class Play An nual Staff GAA 1 Framatic Club Queen Candidate Newspaper 2 Library l Freshman One Act Play Tumb llng Club 1 Sing away sorrow Cast away care DONALD TUMBERG Art Club 1 Annual Staff 1 Conservation Club 1 Men of few words are the best men JAMES THOMPSON Football 2 Track 2 Track Manager 2 FTA Library Club 1 Cooking Club Annual Staff Basketball M nager 1 Mixed Chor It is better to learn late than never 11 -2. ' , - , ' Q -.. -2, . - 1- . - . - 1 . ' I ' . 4 ' . - - ' . . ' ' l ' , ' 1 ' ., ' .I ' , - , ' f . - ., - , nual l Staff. Cooking ,, , " - U .. - - , -'., - , ' ' v . 7, , - , I'. - . . , . 1 , a- - V " . - , - . - us. .1 .. -- 1, . U RAYMOND WICK Crafts Club-1, Avia- tlon Club-1, Football 4, Band-3, Mixed Cho- rus-3, Boys' Chorus- 1, FTA-2, Track-2, Stu- dent Council-1, An- nual Staff. "For every Why lhe has a Wherefore," ARLFNE ZIELLS PETERSON GAA 1 Hobby Club 1 Dramatic Club 1 Lib rary 1 Newspaper Glee Club 3 Chorus 2 Annual Staff 1 Pep Squad 2 FTA 1 Free as the mountain wmds CLASS MOTTO Nothmg is zmposszbl th II wzllful heart CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER Blue and Szlvev Whzte Rose FARMERS AND MERCHANTS STATE BANK 12 MARLENE WOHLERT Newspaper Staff - 1, Chorus-l, Hobby Club 1, Glee Club-1, Lib- rary Club-1, Annual Staff, Pep Squad-?. Qlleell Calldldate. "As modest as a vio- let." -. -. fs -V D .-' . ,, . .. .8 -' " wi, ' " SENIOR PROPHECY Looking at the graduates of '53 In our dreams we now can see, Our old school buddies, on the road of success, They've changed quite a bit, we must confess, Glenda and Eva we now see, Busy teaching the ABC's Gary M. so llvely on hls feet, Hardly ever used a ballroom seat. g Shlrley Kumpula's unlform and cap. Tell us she's ln the U. S, WAF. Gladys P. going to tea.cher's college, So she can teach children her knowledge. Shlrley M. can now be seen, Rldlng in her shiny new llmouslne. Gordon M., we have heard, Has been raising a large dairy herd. Charles P. a real great guy, Never lets an opportunity go by. A famous secretary is our Anne T Who spends her time on the bosses knee In the Navy is Jimmy T An answer to rwery fair maidens plea His brother Jack a bachelor is he Learnlng what llfe wlthout women can b Erwln T has shifted to teaching shop Has a wlfe and three klds who call hlm pop Paul P ls the funniest one of TV Hes chased Bob Hope to KWAD A football coach is Porkkonen Hls team ls tops ln the Blg Ten To a guy named Rice all sports fans turn Francis ls called a second Bill Stern The brush and easel were Arnolds fat Salo is the name of an artist great A famous nurse is Beverly J All her patlents are happy and gay Verners leading the band at the U of M Holmstroms classed as the best of them Juvruds Quartet sings muslc sweet James tenor has the Ink Spots beat Paul H ls a guard on the Lakers team His technique ls really hard to be t A neat schoolmarm ls Vlrglnla K She flnds an apple on her desk each day Irene Korby ls taking dictation They thlnk shes the best ln the nation O' lots of travel S Kulvlnen can boast Shes seen the country from coast to coast Betty Kukas ls a fashlon designer, You can't flnd them any flner. Lorraine Savela now we see, Busy with her family of three. Janette S. works ln a dry-goods store. She does all her work so gally. While Mildred S. ls the edltor of The Daily, She brings ln news-galore. Donald Salo ls raising prlze wheat. He's a farmer who can't be beat. Marlene W. hasn't a care, As she travels by land and by air. Donald T. we all know. Works hard to make crops grow. Very busy ls Arlene Z. Caring for her family of three. Ray Wlck is seen each fall. Coaching Minnesota U. football. Elaine and Erp are acclaimed by the nation For their huge pickle plantation The Miss America contest had the best wins The vote went to the Hendrlckx twins Lempl H is keeping house For her children and handsome spouse Carole H ls an expert stenographer Shes the one all buslnesses prefer Delores C is busy at an all nlght grocery Working harder than a bee Happy Don Davls returnlng from hls chores Delivering milk to pretty glrls doors Don Falls drives a Ford shiny and bright To play ln the Laker game each night Our famous Billy Ekkklla we flnd In a toy shop with clocks to wind Dell Atklnsons getting a real good tone Since he got hls new saxophone Elda Ackerman ls a pharmacist Those who are lll she wlll assist Don Hagel ls a famous polltlclan Hes now ln Europe on a foreign mission Lyle Haman ls an englneer busy as Ray Lyles building at teachln Ray IS deft The strongman at the circus of Bailey Is a fmous welghtllfter known as Ady To the graduate class of 53 This parting thought we glve to thee We wlsh you success on Llfes rough way And good luck for each new day . ' , I ' ' I F' ' LIBERTY THEATRE ..1,.T5 Yil 4, .L i1Z.T" W 1 iii' is, j igj i ' " Q i QTL ljigjjjs """,gjQ -' ,Li - SENIOR CLASS WILL We the Senlors of 1953 bemg of sound mmd do hereby bequeath our most prlzed possesslons to the class of 1954 Elda Ackerman wllls her typmg ab1l1ty to Jeanette Anderson fLets not make lt a speed test now J Elalne Amberg w1lls her g1gg1CS and helght NJ to Harrlet Ellmgson iDon+ pass xt on J Dell Atklnson wllls hls qulet ways to Vlolet Olson and Leona Plkkaralne Ut pays to be qulet especlally ln school J Delores Curtls wllls hel 1n1t1als and flrst name to Delores Coulter IHope you change lt soon and add a Mrs J Donald Davls Wl1lS his place m hot lunch llne to Ronald Ehnert lYou l1ke the end of the hne don t you Ronn1e"J Wllham Erkklla wllls h1s report card to h1s brother Donald lAll A s B1ll"J Donald Falls wllls his out of town glrl frlends to Roy Lahnala and Alden Selan der CSee Don for the addresses J Perna 1They go mce wlth turtleneck sweatersJ Adrlan Frost wllls has b1g muscles to hls brother Roger lP1ck on somebody your own slze J Donald Hagel wllls h1s plck up to Larry Frakl KNOW youll really get around J Lyle Haman wllls hls number 60 game Jersey to Ray Amberg CKeep It clean wlth Energme and elbow greaseJ Carole Hannlnen wllls her good tlmes to Marlene Plhlaja lSupply your own men J Clara and Nellie Hendrlckx w1ll thelr danclng shoes to Bernlce Schwartz and Sadxe Stlnar fHope you re not plgeon toed gxrls J Lempl Hentlla wllls her pleasant even lngs to Elsle K8Sk1talO lNeed more be sa1d'?J Paul H6pOkOSkl wxlls his vo1ce to Pe ter Hoyhtya I Ask Mr Evans for the key'J Verner Holmstrom wllls h1s place m band to Clalre MacDougall and Tony M11 ler CLets not squabble for xt there s room for bothJ Beverly Johnson wllls her locker and books to Dorls Wurre fLook out for fall mg books'J James Juvrud wllls h1s bass horn to Don Jampsa fOompa OompaJ V1rg1n1a Kertscher w11ls her clarmet to Joye Hem IBuy your own reeds JoyeJ Irene Korby wllls her ablllty ln Steno to her sister Dorothy CThat means dolng your homework falthfully Dorothy J Shlrley Kulvmen wllls her apple dlet to Mary Lee Oll1e fWhere s Mary Lee 'PJ Betty Kukas w1lls her nlce ways to Ahce Roberts and Betty Hendrlckson fNot that you need them gxrls J Shlrley Kumpula w11ls Deer Creek to Darlene Mattson lThat mcludes the boys J Eva Kykyrl wllls her long halr to Elalne Bachmann iPony tall not 1ncludedJ HEINOLA TELEPHONE CO 14 Ray Falls wills his side burns to Jim I , ' l Gary Ma1Jala w1lls h1s brown eyes to Shlrley Barden lThe better to see w1th my dear J Glenda Evlagava w1lls her dramatlc ab1l1t y to Joan Tmgum and Luella Leplsto fHol lywood here we come J Gordon Mattl wllls hxs last name to Har old Matt1 lGuard lt well It s the only one you have J Shlrley Menze wills her ear rlngs to Marllyn N1ss1 and Dorls Brown Gladys Paatalo w1lls her lost poundage and headaches to Dorothy Dertlnge and AVIS Asmund fNow don t let lt go to you Charles Pary w1lls h1s taxldermy to Eddle Sweere fSkunks 1ncluded"J Paul Pe ala w1lls hls Wltty ways to Ard ner Anderson lDont underdo It because Pauls reputatlon shouldnt be harmedl Arnold Porkkonen wllls h1s curly halr to Geraldxne Matson and Jamce Carlson lAsk Porky for tlps on good halr groom mg Francls R106 W1llS h1s place on the news paper staff to Audrey Emas and Shlrley Hentlla fGet the artxcles 1n on tlme glrls D Arnold Salo wllls h1s cars to Howard Larson lNeed help changmf' the tlres Howardll Donald Salo WlllS hls h1tch h1k1ng spot on the hlghway to Harley Bernu lAsk Howard for a rlde now that he has a car J Lorralne Savela wllls her future plan to Vxvlan Koplm fNo further comment needed l Mlldred Selander wllls her dxgmty to De lores Paju and Dorothy Johnson CDont let lt all go over your head J Janette Sonnenberg w1lls her last year s w1ll to Jeanette Neuvonen and Janet Erlck son lRun for last years annual g1rls I Jack Thompson wxlls hls hard tnmes ln bookkeepmg to Marlm Kukas Ut isnt that bad Marlm J J1m Thompson cannot make up h1s mmd to w1ll1ng anything Erwln Tolklnen wllls the tenrus show he wore ln the Bertha game to Dale John son lThey should get you state honors Anne Tumberg w1lls her red halr to A1 leen Meader and Fxlmore Pesola CLet s not get too hot headed about thlsl Donald Tumberg wllls h1s mckname Don to Donna Skoog fW1pe that grm off your face Donna I Ray W1ck wllls hxs good behavior to Kenny Makl and James Tumberg fThe teachers are sure to appreclate ltl Marlene Wohlert wllls her seat on the bus to V1rg1n1a Stenerson 1Lucky'J Arlene Peterson w1lls her dlscarded boy frlends to Ann MlSChkC As a class we w1ll all books pencll stubs papers notebooks gum wrappers and any thmg else we may leave behmd Flrst come f1rst served With thls we leave hop 1ng that the New York Mllls School has t1me to recuperate before next yea s Sen lors take over Thls belng our last wnll and testament we slgn and seal lt on this day January 21 1953 LEPISTO APPAREL 15 . . . , , . , . . , . . . . , . . 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' . ' ' r . heads, girls.J next year.J ' ' ac ' av ' ' '- . . . , T . . . Q v g . . . , l, , I u so ' - , . . J , u , - ' . . 7 ' V . ' O ' , 1 v 7 ' v ' ' ' ' 74' - 7 ' I s . , . SENIOR CLASS CALENDAR August 27 Seniors register for school. September 2 First day of school. Cheerleading tryouts Rex McDonald visits seniors. Mills beats Battle Lake Mills defeat Parkers Senior class has pictures taken Proofs come tUGH"J October Juniors choose rings I Skylight J Seniors first day of pelfect atten dance Henning defeats Eagles Liquid Air demonstration by John Sloan 9 10 Homecoming activities 1 Twins crowned Queensl 10 Wildcats defeat Mills 16 Sebeka defeats Mills 21 Student body travels to see Bertha defeat Mills 23 24 MEA-,no school tY1ppee J 31 Lions Club gives Halloween party November Students hear speech on narcotics Senior home room gets new pencil sharpener First movies in series given during Basketball practice starts Two men from state employment agency see seniors Junior Class Play I Clementine l Seniors draw names for Christmas School lets out early for Thanksgiving vacation December 1 Back to school after stuffy vaca tion 5 Seniors start I. Q. tests. 11 Tex Ziegler tells of adventures in Alaska. 15 Seniors recieve pictures Chard on bill- folds, and how!!J Grades give operetta. James Juvrud crowned poet laureate in Physics. School lets out for Christmas vacation arole H receives r1ng" January Back to school again tOhhhhhhhJ Juniors actually get their rings Bad blizzard no school Marion gets married February Band goes to Brainerd receives A rating Evans have daughter tcongratula tions J Galen Harvey musical program Mixed Chorus and Glee Club go to Little Falls 24 25 Sub district basketball tourna ments at Staples March Une Act plays in Altklll District declamation contest in Wade 24 Solo and ensemble groups go to Pequot April 15 Musical trio from U 15 Senior Class play May J unxor Senior Prom Skip Day District track meet Baccalaureate The Big Day Graduation JACK KAMPSULA HI WAY AUTO AND IMPLEMENT 8 18 11 Y 12 19 ' 1 . 19 - . 22 ' 24 C . ' ' .. 24 .. . . . H 5 I ' 1 as 5 Q . ' . 2 ' ' 15 ' , . - 17 ' ' . 3 ' . 8 . . . . . 7 ' , ' u n , 11 ' - - s, 17 ' . 18 ' 3 ' . 14 ' ' ' ' . 3 ' ' 17 ' ' ' ' - . na. 4 . . . . . . noontime. Lakes, 10 ' . . 18 ' ' H Y! 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