North Dakota State University - Bison Yearbook (Fargo, ND)
- Class of 1948
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FROM THE GOVER 0R'S DESK
"It is always a pleasure to extend a word of encouragement to the work that is
being done at our colleges in North Dakota, Because of the fact that North Dakota
is an agricultural state the position of the North Dakota Agricultural College is of
paramount importance. The social, economic and political future of our state is very
much dependent upon the quality of leadership that is developed in our colleges. The
North Dakota Agricultural College, in the fine work that it is doing, has a wholesome
and constructive influence upon the student body. I extend my appreciation to the
faculty and the student body for the cooperation that they have given in the task of
building good citizenship.
You have my best wishes for continued success and achievement in attaining the
high objectives for which you are working."
Fred G. Aandahl
LUH A F A "'iVf-V1.1 KL-JVV: T"-Ay, vvesth 5 is
rnason, Commwsioner of H' L. O. Fredrickson, Pekin-Ope Fred I' TV3-YIl01', Devils .
lgher Educat' , , R. A. Trube F Lake, A, S
ion, Bismarck. Y' al-goi ROY .lohnson Cas l
STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Numbered among our most precious and valuable resources are the potential
abilities of our young people. The North Dakota Agricultural College is one of the
facilities provided by our State through which students have the opportunity to launch
successful careers and prepare themselves to accept the challenges and responsibilities
Through education it should be our aim to develop our human resources to the
end that present and future generations may be adequately equipped for the great
business of living. We must seek to develop productive skills, increase vocational
competence, improve administrative aptitudes and train for the professions. Irrespective
of individual aims, an alert and competent citizenry, trained to think straight and speak
the truth is the common good we must seek to achieve.
PE RL DINAN
Dean of Women
Through the office of the Dean of Women passes every Woman
student on matters financial, social, and personal. In addition to
her duties as Dean, Miss Dinan is advisor of the Panhellenic Council,
Women's Senate, Senior Staff, and YWCAg she also acts as super'
visor of all living quarters for women students as well as consultant
in matters of partftime employment.
Directly after her graduation from the University of Wisconsin
she became a member of the English faculty here, and upon the
resignation of Dean Myrtle Cole in 1927, received the position of
Dean of Women.
Since her inauguration as Dean, she has engineered major im'
provements in the vvomen's dormitories and has raised the standards
of rooms for offfcampus residents.
CHARLES A. SEVRINSQN
Dean of Men
This office is unique in that it is made up of three parts: the
Dean of Men, Assistant to the President, and Veterans' Education.
The Dean of Men concerns himself with all of the activities for
men on the campus. It may include housing, a place to board, health
services, and the finding of partftime employment. As assistant to
the President many activities involved with the administration of
the institution come into this office. Veterans' Education is one
which helps the returning veteran adapt himself to college life.
LFRED H. PARROTT
Director of Admissions and Records
As Director Mr. Parrott passes on the admission of each appli'
cant and with the help of an efficient staff maintains a record of
achievement, term by term, of each student, finally approving their
graduation with degrees. He organizes the entire machinery of
registration and recording, edits the College Catalog and the College
Mr. Parrott also organized the American Association of Col'
legiate Registrars and is president of the MidfWest Regional Asso-
ciation of Collegiate Registrars.
FORREST F. SKINN ER
The office of secretarytreasurer is custodian of all college prop'
erty, state appropriations, and federal allotments for the college,
experiment station, and extension division.
Various campus groups turn to him for their share of the stu'
dent activity fee each term, and paychecks for all college employees
are issued from this office. The college treasurer will be in charge
of approximately 375 units of housing by the end of this fiscal
year, as well as the student banking program with its 800 depositors.
CARL H. SCHMIDT
Director of Personnel
The Department of Personnel is under contract with the Vet'
erans' Administration to give all tests to veterans coming through
For NDAC students is gives all placement tests and interprets
them to the student and faculty as required. The two psychologists
in the department are especially trained in counselling, and assist
students in solving problems of adjustment. Students come of their
own volition, or may be referred by any of the various deans.
STAFFORD .ORD HL
This office's connection with the NDAC is primarily that
of liaison between the Veterans' Administration, the college, and
the veteran in attendance.
In addition, it has certain supervisory functions relative to
Public Law 16 and Public Law 346 veterans.
A Public Law 16 veteran is one who is receiving compensaf
tion due to a service connected wound, injury, or sickness. A Public
Law 346 veteran is one who has received an entitlement to attend
college by virtue of his having served in the armed services. Both
groups of veterans come under the supervisory functions of this
9 FRONT ROW: Mrs. Clay Smith, William Toussaint, Mrs. Sidney Bjornson, Iim'Baccus. 9 SECOND ROW: Hal Stephanson
Warner Littcn, Williain Guy, Carl Rorvig, G, Halbeisen. ,
The NDAC Alumni and Former Student Association was able during 1947 to throw off its warftime shackles
and begin its return as an effective organization. It employed an alumni director Jim Baccus, who also serves the
college as public relations director, and office secretary, and a fullftime field organizer, Merle Nott, who was graduated
at the close of the 1947 fall term. Mr. Nott, who began his duties February 1, 1948, was launched on the important
task of organizing local alumni chapters in every county in the state and in the cities of the nation where former
students reside. A
I The board approved a move which transformed the
Alumni Review Quarterly into a monthly newspaper,
filled with upfto-thefminute news of interest to alumni.
It aided in the purchase of new instruments for the Gold
Star Band, launched a financial campaign on behalf of the
Student Union, and in company with other schools di'
rected a program recommending the passage of a mill levy
bill to create' a state building fund. Mr. Baccus became
a member of the American Alumni Council working
with directors all over the nation for the general good
of higher education.
The reorganized board of directors is aware of its
tremendous opportunity for service to NDAC and intends
to strengthen its organization in every possible way.
Baccus 21115 Note'
The college library offers the students and faculty members on the NDAC
campus the full use of its collection of about 62,000 books. As acting librarian,
Miss Alice L. Craig supervises the circulation of books to nearly 250 students who use
the library each clay. Mrs. 0. H. Sellancl and Miss Helen L. Strasser, instructors in
library usage, are also in charge of the Reserve Library and the order department.
Student assistants in the library are Barbara Christensen, Jo Ann Herigstacl, Robert
Howe, Rosemarie Lohse, Bertel Olson, Vernon Pepple, and Maryrose Redman.
CORRESPO DENCE DEP RTME T
The Supervised Study Program
is a true North Dakota plan to
guarantee good high school op'
portunities to every pupil in the
state on a lowfcost basis. Under
the statefwide supervision of T.
W. Thordarson, this department
offers definite services that the
fixed school system cannot give.
It makes the whole system more
effective for each individual
The film library maintained by the
Correspondence Department has a cirf
culation covering North Dakota, South
Dakota, Minnesota, and the surround-
ing territory. Films of the silent
or speaking type, films of black and
white or colored nature, are being
purchased all the time, and are avail-
able to any organization desiring to
use them. The rental fee applies over
a twofday period.
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centers in the country,
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The resident nurses, Miss Cox,
Mrs. Lloyd Stein, fpietured
rightj and Miss Golliet care for
all minor illnesses, supervise im'
Inunizations, and in general,
safeguard student health. The
modern building includes wait'
ing rooms, wards for men and
Women, a kitchen, a doctor's
office, a pharmacy and the
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We Wish to thank the following members of the committee composed of faculty
C. A, Sevrinson
W. C. Hunter, Chairman
f l't haracter, scholarship
for selecting seniors of 1948 Who, onthe basis o persona 1 y, c
and school activity, were elected as most representative of their class.
May we present- Q
CLASS OF l948
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' JANE ACKER, AAS, Faro, Transfer from Creighton U., Omaha,
Nebr. . GWEN AKASON, HE, Hillsboro, ISA, Tryota, YWCA, 4'H
Club, Ceres Hall Council. 9 BYRON ANDERSON, AAS, Kindred,
Transfer from Carrol College, Helena, Mont., U. of Colorado, Boulder,
9 MARGARET ANDERSON, HE, Arnegard, ISA, Phi Upsilon Omif
cron Sec., Tryota, LSA, Ceres Hall Council, Senior Staff, Guiclon, Dakota
Hall Club Pres., Treas., Women's Senate Pres., Danforth Fellowship, jr.,
Alba Bales Scholarship, Homecoming Queen, 1946, Who's Who in
American Universities and Colleges. 9 ALFRED AUNE, AAS, Lang'
don, Sigma Chi. 9 LA DONNA ARCHER, HE, Maddock, Phi Mu,
Tryota, YWCA, Mixed Chorus.
0 DELORIS BARKER, HE, Harwood, ISA V. Pres., Sec., Senior Staff
Pres., Phi Upsilon Omicron Sec., YWCA, Who's Who in American
Universities and Colleges, LSA, Inter-Religious Council, Art Club,
Board of Music, Danforth Award, Fr., Elk's Local, State Scholarships,
Band, LCT production, Mixed Chorus. 9 MARION BARNES, AAS,
Valley City, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Alpha Phi Gamma Pres., Camera
Club, Riflery team, Spectrum reporter, proofreader, Transfer from
Valley City State Teachers College. 9 WILLIAM BARR, Chem Grad,
9 RITA BASTYR, Ed, Mahnomen, Minn., ISA, YWCA, Newman Club,
Transfer from MSTC. 9 DONALD BEARDSLEY, Pharm, New
Rockford, Kappa Psi, Pharmacy Club. ' MAURICE BERGH, ME,
Moorhead, Minn., Sigma Phi De'ta V. Pres., ASME, Engineers' Club.
9 PAUL BIBELHEIMER, AAS, Linton, Alpha Tau Omega Rush Chm.,
Blue Key, Student Commission, Commissioner of Music, Baptist Youth
Fellowship V. Pres., Treas., LCT cast, Bison Brevities '47, Rifle team.
9 JEAN BJORKLUND, AAS, Fargo, Kappa Kappa Gamma Cor. Sec.,
Guidon, Spectrum reporter, Bison Ed. Staff, YWCA, Bison Brevities
'47, Orchestra. ' ARNOLD BJORLIE, Agr, Pekin, ISA, Cofop House
Pres., LSA, YMCA, Saddle E? Sirloin, Debate team.
9 BRUCE BJORNSTAD, Arch Eng, Oakes, Theta Chi Pres., V. Pres.,
Alpha Phi Omega Pres., Kappa Kappa Psi, Atlier Chat Noir, Interfrat.
Council, Band, Bison Brevities '47. ' CHARLES BJORNSTAD, CE,
Arnegard, ASCE Sec., Treas., Trailer City Mayor, Band, Bison Brevities
'40. ' EDSEL BOE, Agr, Cooperstown, Theta Chi.
9 WILLIAM BOGENRIEF, Eng, Fargo, Alpha Tau Omega, AIEE,
Engineers' Club. 9 JANE BOHLIG, HE, Minnewaukan, Kappa Delta,
YWCA, Newman Club, Tryota. 9 IONA JEAN BOLTON, AAS,
Fargo, Kappa Kappa Gamma Pres., Rush Chin., Cor. Sec., Senior Staff,
Panhellenic Council, Alpha Phi Gamma Pres., YWCA Fr. Comm.,
Bison Editor, Assoc. Editor, Board of Publications, LGT production,
Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges.
9 LUCILLE BOOK, AAS, Rugby, ISA, YWCA Cabinet, Girls' Glee
Club, Mixed Chorus, Oxford Club, LaVerne Noyes Scholarship, Bison
Brevities '47. 9 BRUCE BORMAN, AAS, Fargo, Alpha Tau Omega
Pres., Interfrat. Council, ISAAC, Bison Brevities '47, Bison Bus. Staff
'41, '46, International Relations Club. 9 FRANCIS BOSCH, Agr Ed,
Linton, Saddle Ea? Sirloin, FFA, Newman Club.
9 JOHN BOTTS, ME, Aberdeen, S. Dak., Theta Chi V, Pres.,
Interfrat. Council Treas., ASME, Band, Engineers' Club, Methodist Stu'
dent Foundation. 9 GERALD BOWER, Agr, Galesburg. 9 ALFRED
BRAASCH, CE, Ryder, ASCE.
9 JACQUELINE BRADY, AAS, Fargo, Kappa Kappa Gamma Rec.
Sec., Cor. Sec., Bison Ed. Staff, Spectrum Ed. Staff, Mixed Chorus, Band,
LCT cast, Bison Brevities '47. 9 LORRAINE BRADY, Chem Tech, Moor-
head, Minn., ISA, Chemistry Club Sec., International Relations Club,
Newman Club, Norman E. Black Scholarship, Phi Kappa Phi. 9 MYRON
BROSCHAT, EE, Cathay, Alpha Tau Omega, AIEE Pres., Secntreas.,
Engineers' Cl.ub, Phi Kappa Phi, Transfer from Michigan State College,
9 PAUL BROSTROM, Ed, Valley City, Theta Chi Pres., V. Pres.,
Student Commission, Commissioner of Military Affairs, Blue Key, Scab'
bard and Blade, Lcttermerfs Club, Varsity basketball, Captain '47, All,
Conference Center '47, Who's Who in American Universities and Col'
leges. 9 INIIARIAN BRUNSMAN, HE, I.aMoure, Phi Mu Rush Chm., Try'
ota, YWCA, ISAAC, Methodist Student Foundation, Mixed Chorus, Lilac
Festival. 9 RAYMOND BUCHANAN, Agr, Fargo, ASAE Pres., Sad'
dle Ee' Sirloin, Alpha Zeta.
9 EDSELL BUEN, ME, Hatton, Theta Chi Sec., ASME, Scabbard
E3 Blade. 9 LAWRENCE BUSHEY, Agr, Kenmare, Alpha Gamma Rho,
Saddle E? Sirloin, FFA Pres., Vice Pres., Sec., YMCA. 9 WAYNE
CANDOR, Arch Eng, Fargo, Alpha Tau Omega, Atlier Chat Noir,
9 LOLA CARD, HE, Fingal. 9 ARTHUR CARLSON, Agr, Oakes,
Theta Chi, Saddle Es' Sirloin. 9 THOMAS CHALLONER, ME, Fargo,
Sigma Chi V. Pres., Blue Key V. Pres., ASME, Engineers' Club,
Newman Club, YMCA, LCT cast, production, Bison Brevities Ticket
Sales Mgr., N. D. State Engineer Ed. Staff, Who's Who in American
Universities and Colleges.
9 WILLIAM CHAMBERS, EE, Neche, AIEE: Engineers' Club.
9 JOHN CHRISTENSEN, Chem, Fargo. 9 LLEWELLYN CHRIST-
ENSEN, Agr Econ, Kenmare, Alpha Gamma Rho Pres., Sec., Saddle 6?
Sirloin, Blue Key, FFA, Bison Furrows, Varsity football.
9 YVONNE CHRISTENSON, HE, Moorhead, lNIinn., Kappa Delta Pres.,
Art Club, Tryota, YWCA, Band, Mixed Chorus, LSA. 9 WAYNE
COLBERG, Agr Ent, Fargo, Alpha Zeta, Natural Science Club Secs
treas. 9 MARILYN COLLETTE, HE, Moorhead, Minn., Gamma Phi
Beta V. Pres., Rush Chm., Art Club Pres., Guidon Pres., Edwin Booth
V. Pres., Phi Upsilon Omicron, Tryota, YWCA, Women's Senate,
Student Commission, Commissioner of Public Programs, Panhellenic Counf
cil, Bison Brevities '47, Homecoming queen attendant '47, Who's Who in
American Universities and Colleges.
9 FREDRIKA COOPER, HE, Kenmare, Kappa Kappa Gamma Rec. Sec.,
YWCA Soph, Comm., Women's Senate, Tryota, Band, Bison Ed. Staff.
9 THOMAS CORRIGAN, Ed, Bemidji, Minn., Varsity basketbal,
Transfer from U. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 9GLORIA CREWS,
Ed, Neche, Phi Mu, Ceres Hall Council Sec., YWCA, LSA:
Band, LCT cast, production, Mixed Chorus, Spectrum Ed. Staff, Bison
Ed. Staff, WOIDGHSS Senate, ISSAC, USNSA Regional Sec., Interna-
tional Relations Club, 4'H Club, Edwin Booth.
9 HELEN CREWS, HE, Neche, Phi Mu Pres., Sec,, Rush Chm., YWCA,
Art Club, Tryota, LSA, Panhellenic Council Pres., Phi Upsilon Omicron,
Band, Bison Brevities '47, Spectrum Ed. Staff, Bison Ed. Staff. 9 HAR'
OLD CROSBY, Arch Eng, Fargo, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pres., Atlier
Chat Noir Pres., Interfrat, Council, Kappa Tau Delta competition, first
prize '41, Bison Brevities '47. 9 CHARLOTTE CUTLER, AAS, Cayuga.
9 ELLEN DAVIS, Pharm, Monango, Alpha Gamma Delta Rush Chm.,
Kappa Epsilon, Pharmacy Club V. Pres., YWCA, Papyrus Ebers staff,
Lilac Day attendant. 9 KERMIT DAVISON, ME, Grafton,
ISA, ASME, YMCA, Engineers' Club. 9 DOUGLAS DETTMAN,
Agr, Judson, Alpha Gamma Rho Treas., Alpha Zeta Treas., Saddle 3
9 LOIS DICKSON, HE, Hunter, Kappa Delta, YWCA, Mixed Chorus,
Girls' Glee Club, Tryota, Student Commission, Asst. Commissioner of
Finance, Dreamline Girl of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 9 DONALD DOMEK,
Pharm, Hancock, Minn., Kappa Psi V. Pres., Pharmacy Club. 9 JOHN
DONNELLY, Agr Eng, Grafton, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pres., Alpha Zeta,
Blue Key, Saddle 'Es' Sirloin, Newman Club, Interfrat. Council, Danforth
Scholarship, LCT cast.
9 EINAR EIRIKSSON, Pharm, Cavalier. 9 RAYMOND ERWIN,
Agr Ed, Minot, Alpha Zeta, Saddle EQ? Sirloin, Alpha Phi Gamma, Bison
Furrows Editor, Methodist Student Foundation, YMCA, Camera Club
Pres., Treas., Board of Publications, Sears Roebuck Fr. Scholarship, Bison,
Spectrum, Bison Furrows Photographer, Wlio's Who in American Uni'
versities and Colleges. 9 DONNA FISK, HE, Hunter, Tryota, Art Club
Pres., Phi Upsilon Omicron, YWCA, Methodist Student Foundation,
9 VIRGINIA FITCH, HE, Hettinger, Alpha Gamma Delta, Tryota,
Transfer from Macalester College, St. Paul, Minn. 9 BETTY ANN
FOSTER, HE, Minot, WAA Pres., Dakota Hall Council, Tryota,
Transfer from Minot State Teachers College. 9 ELMER FRAGODT,
9 FLOYD FREDENBURG, Agr, Edgeley. 9 NORMAN GARY,
AAS, Takoma Park, Md., Natural Science Club Pres., Transfer from U.
of Maryland. 9 LEONARD GEISZLER, Arch Eng, Ashley, Kappa
Sigma Chi Sec., Atlier Chat Noir.
9 JUDITH GESSNERQ AASg Fargog Kappa Kappa Gamma V. Pres.g
Tryotag WAAg YWCA Cabinet, Soph., Fr. Comm.g Guidon Sec.g Board
of Financeg Women's Senateg Barn Dance Queen '45'g Homecoming
queen attendant '4'7g LCT productiong Bison Brevities '46g Who's Who
in American Universities and Colleges. 9 ROBERT GETZQ Pharmg
Grand Forksg Kappa Psi Treas.g Blue Key Sec., Treas.g Interfrat, Councilg
YMCAg Pharmacy Clubg Who's Who in American Universities and
Colleges. 9 JEROME GLEESINGQ Agr Edg LaMoureg Alpha Gamma
Rhog Alpha Zeta Sec.g Saddle E5 Sirloing FFA.
9 ROY GORDONg Chem Tcchg Fargog Chemistry Club Sec.g Scabbard
fe? Bladeg Iohn Robinson Clubg Intramural touchball, softball. 9 RUTH
GORDONg HEg Fargog Kappa Delta Rush Chm,g YWCA Cabinet, Soph.
Comm. Sec.g Women's Senateg Tryotag Methodist Student Foundation.
9 PARNELL HAGENg Agrg Aneta.
9 ELIZABETH HAGGARTg AASg Fargog Kappa Kappa Gammag
YWCAg Panhellenic Council. 9 BARBARA HAMMERg HEg Fargog
Kappa Kappa Gamma House Pres.g Phi Upsilon Omicron Rec. Sec.g
Tryotag Lincoln Clubg YWCAg Soph. Class Playg LOT production.
9RACHEL ANN HANSENg HEQ Valley Cityg Phi Mug Tryotag YWCAg
Sr. Class play.
9 RALPH HAR.MONg Agrg Carringtong Alpha Gamma Rhog Bison
Furrows Editorg Saddle E3 Sirloin. 9 LOIS HARRINGTONQ HEg
Mayvilleg Kappa Delta. 9 MARY HARRINGTONg HEg Fargog Kappa
Kappa Gamma Treas.g Phi Upsilon Omicrong Art Clubg Bison Brevities
'46g Soph. Class Pres.g Mixed Chorus. ,
9 WILBUR HAUGENg CEg Staples, Minn.g ASCEQ Engineers' Club.
9 HAROLD HELFERICHg AASg Hebrong Alpha Tau Omega. 9 RUS'
SELL HENDRICKSONg Chem Techg Finleyg Chemistry Club V. Pres.g
ISAg YMCAg LSA.
9 HAZEL HIEMSTRAg AASQ Iamestowng LSAQ YWCAg Ceres Hall
Council Pres. 9 DONALD HOFFg Pharmg Fargog Kappa Psi Pres.g
Blue Keyg Pharmacy Club. 9 LLOYD HOLMg Agr Engg Watford Cityg
Kappa Sigma Chi Scc.g YMCA: LSAQ ASAE.
9 DONALD HORNE, Agr, Penn, Alpha Tau Omega Pres., Saddle Ea'
Sirloin, YMCA, ISAAC, Interfrat. Council V. Pres., Bison Eurrows
Staff, Board of Publications Sec., Student Commission, Blue Key, Intra'
mural basketball, football. 9 JOYCE HUDSON, HE, Fargo, Kappa
Alpha Theta Pres., Treas., YWCA Cabinet Sec.,
Jr. Class Pres., Senior Staff, Tryota, Panhellenic
Chorus. 9 GEORGE HUFFMAN, Chem Tech,
Club V. Pres., Phi Kappa Phi, Transfer from
Fresh., Soph. Comm.,
Council, Bison, Mixed
Minot State Teachers
9 PAUL HUMPHREYS, Eng, Fargo, ISA. 9 EUNICE HUSO, HE,
Aneta, Tryota Pres., V. Pres., Vv'ornen's Senate V. Pres., WAA, YWCA,
Lilac Day Queen '46. 9 RICHARD ILSE, Agr, Mandan, Staff E-?
Notes Club Pres., Natural Science Club, Camera Club, YMCA, New'
9 ARDIS INGWALSON, HE, Buxton, Phi Mu Treas., Tryota, YWCA,
LSA, Transfer from Long Beach City College, Long Beach, Calif.
9 ORVILLE JACOBSON Agr, Fargo. 9 CHESTER JENSEN, AAS,
Winger, Minn., YMCA, Camera Club, ISA.
9 ROBERT JEPSON, Chem, Fargo, Chemistry Club, Intramural soft'
ball, basketball. 9 WALTER T. JOHNSEN, Arch Eng, Fargo, At'
lier Chat Noir. 9 ARDEE JOHNSON, Agr, Gwinner, Alpha Zeta, FFA
Treas., Saddle E? Sirloin,
9 ELLEN JOHNSON, HE Ed, Fargo, Alpha Gamma Delta Pres., Rec.
Sec., Guidon V. Pres., Panhellenic Council Pres., Phi Upsilon Omicron,
Tryota, Board of Publications Pres., Sec., YWCA Cabinet Treas., Soph.
Comm. Pres., Fr. Comm. Sec.'treas., Senior Staff, Bison, Bison
Furrows, Mixed Chorus, Women's Senate, LSA, Panhellenic Scholar'
ship. 9 RANDELL JOHNSON, Agr, Horace, Kappa Sigma Chi
Treas., Alpha Zeta, Saddle Ea' Sirloin, Judging Team. 9 RHODA JOHN'
SON, HE, Hawley, Minn., Alpha Gamma Delta Rush Chm., Art
Club, Tryota, Women's Senate Sec., Treas., YWCA.
9 WALTER E. JOHNSON, Pharm, McVil1e, Kappa Psi Sec., Pharm'
acy Club, YMCA, Intramural sports. 9 WILBUR JOHNSON, AAS,
Moorhead, Minn. 9 PAUL JONES, AAS, Fargo, Sigma Chi.
9EVERETT KANGAS, ME, Astoria, Ore. 9 WALLACE KAPAUN,
Ed, Fingal, ASCE. 9 DALY KING, AAS, Park River, Theta Chi Pres., V.
Pres., Pledge Tr., Student Commission Pres., Lincoln Club Pres., Inf
terfrat. Pledge Council Pres., Blue Key, ISSAC Chm., Board of Publicar
tions, Bison Bus. Mgr., Varsity football, Debate, Who's Who in Amer'
ican Universities and Colleges.
9 LEONARD KING, ME, Fargo, Sigma Chi Pres., Sec., Pledge Tr.,
Blue Key, Scabbard Ei Blade, Tau Delta Pi, ASME, Engineers' Club,
Men's Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Bison Brevities '41, '42, N. D, State
Engineer. 9 CLAYTON KINGSTON, Agr, Pillsbury, Kappa Sigma
Chi House Mgr., Alpha Zeta, Saddle Es' Sirloin Sec., Phi Kappa Phi,
9 WARREN KNAUSS, Agr, Mandan. f
9 CALVIN KONZAK, Agr, Devils Lake, Alpha Gamma Rho, YMCA,
FFA V, Pres., Alpha Zeta, Natural Science Club Sec., Band, Bison Fur'
rows Bus., Ed. Staffs, Sears Roebuck Scholarship, Burpee Award, WNAX
Scholarship. 9 PETER KONZAK, Agr, Devils Lake, Alpha Gamma
Rho, Farmers Union, FFA, Saddle Er? Sirloin. 9 ROBERT KOSHNICK,
9 HARLAN KRAFT, Pharm, Hoople. 9 BEVERLY KRISTJANSON,
Pharm, Rugby, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Epsilon Sec., Pharmacy Club
Cor. Sec., Dakota Hall Pres., Women's Senate V, Pres., Papyrus Ebers,
Guidon, Transfer from U. of N. Dak. 9 NORBERT KUZEL, Pharm,
Angus, Minn., Newman Club Treas., Rho Chi, Phi Kappa Phi,
Pharmacy Cluh, Camera Club, International Relations Club, YMCA,
Natural Science Club, Blue Key Master Junior Award, Rho Chi Award,
N. Dak. Pharmaceutical Assn. Award.
9 DELORIS LAMB, HE, Glyndon, Minn., Phi Mu Pres., Treas., Tryota,
YWCA Soph., Fr. Comm., Phi Upsilon Omicron, Soph. Class V. Pres.,
International Relations Club. 9 ROBERT LAMBOURN, Agr, Amidon,
Alpha Gamma Rho, 4-H Club, LCT, LSA, Saddle Eb' Sirloin, Bison
Furrows, Little Int'l. 9 KENNETH LARSON, EE, Fargo.
9 ROBERT LEE, Pharm: Fargo. 9 LEO LeFEVRE, ME, James'
town, Newman Club, ASME, ISA, Men's Glee Club, Engineers' Club.
9 WARREN LEVASSEUR, Pharm, Chisholm, Minn., Pharmacy Club,
Men's Residence Hall Council Pres., Varsity football.
9 ELIZABETH LEWIS, Pharm, Bismarck, Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa
Epsilon, Women's Senate, Pharmacy Club, YWCA, Ir. Class Treas.,
Mixed Chorus, Bison Brevities '46, '47, Spectrum reporter, Papyrus Ebers
reporter, Irene Liembacher Award, Who's Who in American Universities
and Colleges. 9 MERLE LIGHT, Agr, Center, Alpha Zeta, FFA Sec.,
Saddle Es' Sirloin, Little Int'l, Livestock Judging team. 9 CURTIS LINDf
BERG, Arch Eng, Fargo, Sigma Phi Delta, Engineers' Club, Atlier Chat
Noir, Gamma Delta, N. D. State Engineer.
9 LOREN LINDER, EE, Goodrich, Sigma Chi Pledge Tr., AIEE V.
Pres., Engineers' Club. 9 ARNE LOCKEN, Agr, Oslo, Norway, Co'
op House, YMCA Board. 9 ROBERT LITHERLAND, AAS, Moor'
head, Minn., ROTC Rifle Manual Award '43,
9 DONALD LODER, AAS, Cooperstown, Theta Chi. 9 THOMAS
LOFTHOUSE, AAS, Fargo, Sigma Chi Treas. 9 LAWRENCE
LUDTKE, Agr, Lakota, Kappa Sigma Chi, FFA, Saddle 8? Sirloin,
LSA, Sears Roebuck Scholarship.
9 ALEXANDER MACGIBBON, AAS, Fargo, Sigma Chi, Edwin
Booth, Blue Key Cor. Sec., LCT casts, Spectrum Ed. Staff, Bison Bus.
Staff, Editor '47, YMCA, International Relations Club, Barn Dance King
'46, Alpha Phi Gamma V, Pres., Bison Brevities '40, '46. 9 LUCILLE
MANNING, Pharm, Fargo, Kappa Epsilon Pres., Sec., Rho Chi,
Pharmacy Club Cor. Sec., Papyrus Ebers Ed. Staff, Phi Kappa Phi, Wo'
men's Senate Award, Senior Staff Award, PEO Award, Knights Templar
Scholarship, Kappa Epsilon Nat'l Award, local award, Am. Foundation
of Pharmaceutical Educ. Award, N. D, Pharmaceutical Assn. Award,
Band. 9 THOMAS MARTINDALE, Agr, Bathgate, Kappa Sigma Chi
Treas., Saddle E-1' Sirloin Treas., Alpha Zeta, YMCA, Wesley Foundaf
9 FORTUNE MARTINEAU, Pharm, Cando, Kappa Psi, YMCA,
Pharmacy Club, Newman Club, Intramural basketball, volleyball, softball:
ROTC Rifle Team '41, '42, 9 DOLORES MARTINSON, AAS, Fargo,
Kappa Alpha Theta Cor, Sec., Sec., YWCA Cabinet, Soph., Fr. Comm.,
Art Club Treas, Edwin Booth Sec., Treas., Guidon Treas., International
Relations Club Sec., Senior Class V. Pres., LCT casts, production.
9 HOWARD McCAULEY, CE, Fargo, ASCE, Newman Club,
Phi Kappa Phi,
9 WESLEY MCCOY, Agr, Kempton, Alpha Tau Omega Pledge Tr.,
Saddle Ea' Sirloin, 4fH Club, Sears Roebuck Fr. Scholarship. 9 MAR'
IORIE McDONAGH, HE, Amenia, Alpha Gamma Delta Chaplain,
Guidon, Women's Senate, Tryota. 9 PERCY McLEAN, Agr, Sarles,
Alpha Gamma Rho V. Pres., Sec., Saddle S? Sirloin Pres., Blue Key,
Interfrat. Council, Bison Furrows, Intramural, Little Int'l Mgr. '47, Who's
Who in American Universities and Colleges.
9 LANE MILDEg ME, Maddock, ASME, Engineers' Club.
9 CHARLES MITCHEL, Agrg Mott, YMCA, Men's Glee Club, Mixed
Chorus, Saddle Q Sirloin, 4fH Club, Bison Brevities, ISAAC. 9 ROBERT
MOLLAND, AAS, Fargo, Theta Chi, Transfer from Iowa State College,
9 CLIFFORD MONTPLAISIR, EE, Fargo, AIEE, Engineers' Club, Ra'
dio Club, Newman Club. 9 PATRICK MORRISSEY, Eng, Cooperstown,
Theta Chi, Newman Club, ASME, Intramural basketball, football, volley'
ball, golf. 9 DALE MORRISON, Agr, Neche, Kappa Sigma Chi Pres.,
Treas,, 4-H Club Pres., Interfrat. Pledge Council V, Pres., Interfrat.
Council Treas., Saddle E? Sirloin, Blue Key, Alpha Zeta.
9 DONALD MORROW, ME, Fargo, ISA, ASME, Engineers'
Club, N. D. State Engineer, Intramural basketball, softball. 9 WILLIAM
MUSSELMAN, Agr, Casselton. 9 EDVVIN MYERS, Arch Eng, Fargo,
Atlier Chat Noir.
9 DONALD NELSON, EE, Fargo, AIEE, Engineers' Club, Radio
Club. 9 LOIS NELSON, HE, Milnor, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Tryota,
Transfer from Valley City State Teachers College. 9 LYLE NELSON,
Agr, Donnybrook, Alpha Gamma Rho Sec., Oxford Club, Saddle E! Sir'
loin, Alpha Zeta Pres., Natural Science Club Pres., Bison Furrows,
Sears Roebuck Fr. Scholarship, Who's Who in American Universities
Cliff al 48
9 NELS NELSONg Pharmg Rolette. 9 FLORENCE NEWMANg HEQ
Bismarck, Tryotag Newman Club, YXVCAQ ISAg Dakota Hall Clubg Phi
Upsilon Omicrong Bison Brevities '47g Transfer from Bismarck Jr. College.
9 FRANCES NEWMANg HE, Mandang Tryotag Newman Clubg ISA,
Dakota Hall Clubg Mixed Chorus, Bison Brevitiesg Transfer from Bisf
marck Jr. College.
9 PHYLLIS NICKESONg HE, Langdong ISAg Tryotag YWCAg Ceres
Hall Club. 9 JAMES NOONANg Edg Fargog Alpha Gamma Rhog
Intramural Athletic Board Pres., Newman Club, Varsity football, basket'
ball, baseball, track. 9 CLEONE NYBECKg HB4 West Fargo, Phi
Mu Rush Chm., Pledge Tr.g YWCAQ Tryotag Drum Majoi'ette.
9 CHARLES NYMONg MEg Fargog Men's Glee Club, Mixed
Chorusg Engineers' Club, ASME. 9 ANN OI..SONg Pharmg Minne-
waukang Pharmacy Club, Kappa Epsilon Historian, Chaplain, Transfer
from Jamestown College. 9 CLARIS OLSON, Pharmg Sharong Kappa
Psig Pharmacy Club,
9 GRACE OLSON, Pharmg Minnewaukang Kappa Epsilon reporter,
Pharmacy Clubg Papyrus Ebers reporter. 9 HOWARD OLSON, Agr
Engg Sheldong Alpha Gamma Rhog ASAE Pres.g Alpha Zetag Saddle Ei?
Sirloing 4fH Clubg YMCA, Bison Furrowsg Spectrumg Transfer from
Tulane U., New Orleans, La. 9 VIVIAN OLSONg HE Edg Amidong
ISAg LSA, Tryotag YWCA, Transfer from Concordia College.
9 JEANNE PALMERg HE, Devils Lakeg Tryotag 4-H Club Sec.g ISA,
Transfer from Wheaton College, Wheaton, Ill. 9 DOLORES PATTER-
SONg AAS, Fargog Alpha Phi, Kappa Delta Affiliateg LSAQ Mixed Chor'
usg Spectruxng Bison Brevities '4-6, '47g Sigma Alpha Iotag Transfer from
U. of South Dakota. 9 MARGARET PAVLIKg HE, Buffalog YWCA
Cabinet Treas.g 4fH Clubg Tryotag Westminster Student Foundation
Treas.g Ceres Hall Club, ISA.
9 CARL PERRSONQ Agrg Edgeley. 9 IRL PICKETTg EE, Fargog
AIEE Pres., V. Pres., Radio Club. 9 DONALD PILEg MEg Candog
Alpha Gamma Rho, ASMEg Engineers' Club.
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9 GORDON POTTERg AASg Valley Cityg ISAg YMCA Jr. Cabinet
V. Pres.g 4fH Clubg LSAg Bandg Mixed Chorusg Men's Glee Clubg Inf
tramural softball, football, volleyball, bowling. 9 LESLIE PRICE: AASQ
Dickinsong golf '47. 9 MIKE PRISTASHg MEg Cleveland, Ohiog Sigma
Phi Delta V. Pres., Pledge Masterg Engineers' Clubg ASMEg Intramural
Athletic Board Secntreas.: Interfrat. Council, Intramural bowling, softball.
9 MILDRED QUAMg HE: Fargog Phi Mug LSA. Tryotag YWCAQ
LCT production. 9 JEROME REINANg Agrg Blanchardg Sigma Alpha
Epsilon Treas.g Saddle S' Sirloing Board of Athletic Controlg Men's
Glee Clubg Mixed Chorusg YMCAg Little Int'lg Intramural sports.
CHESTER REITENg Agrg Hastingsg 4fH Club Sec.g LSA V. Pres.g Cofop
House V. Pres.g YMCA Cabinetg Livestock judging team '46,
9 CLAIR RICEg CEQ Soleng Theta Chig ASCEg LaVerne Noyes
Scholarship. 9 MARY ANN RINGWALLg Edg Columbus. 9 HAR'
OLD RINTOULg MEg Fargo.
9 FLOYD ROBBg AASg Mohallg Scabbard G? Blade Treas.g ISAQ New-
man Clubg Men's Residence Hall Council V. Pres.g Intramural sportsg
track, 9 ROBERT ROSEQ Pharm: Thief River Falls, Minn.g Kappa
Psig Alpha Phi Omegag Pharmacy Club, Papyrus Ebers Bus. Mgr.g Bison
Brevities '42. 9 LAWRENCE ROTVOLDg AASQ Halstad, Minn.g
ISAg YMCA Cabinetg Intramural sportsg Transfer from Wahpeton
9 WAYNE ROWEg Agrg Grand Forksg Cofop House V. Pres.g Farmers
Union Sec.g FFA Pres.g YMCA Cabinetg ISAg Student Commission,
Commissioner of Financeg Fr. Class Treas.g Alpha Zetag Blue Keyg Bison
Furrows Assoc, Ed., reporterg Sears Roebuck Fr. Scholarshipg LaVerne
Noyes Scholarship. 9 ROBERT RUSTADg Agrg Fergus Falls, Minn.g
Alpha Zetag Saddle Ei Sirloing Natural Science Club. 9 LESTER RYGGQ
AASg Moorhead, Minn.g Alpha Tau Omega.
9 WESLEY SAMSONg Agr Engg Fairdaleg Theta Chig ASAE.
9 GLADYS SATHERg HEg Starkweatherg ISAQ LSA Pres., Sec.g Tryota
Pres., Sec.g Art Clubg Phi Upsilon Omicrong Senior Staff Treas.g Who's
Who in American Universities and Collegesg WNAX Scholarship.
9 MARY SCHERLINCQ AASQ Fargog Kappa Deltag Tryotag YWCA
Soph. Comm. I
9 ROBERT SCHMITT, AAS, Sykeston, ISA V, Pres., Treas., Scabf
bard Ea? Blade Treas., ROTC, Intramural sports. NAOMI SCHURICHT,
HE, Hillsboro, Tryota, Art Club, Alpha Phi Gamma Treas., Gamma
Delta Sec., Ceres Hall Club Council Pres., Spectrum, Bison, Bison Fur'
rows Ed. Staffs, Wlio's Who in American Universities and Colleges.
9 BERYL JEAN SCHWARZ, AAS, Fargo, Kappa Delta, Spectrum,
Bison, Mixed Chorus, Transfer from U, of Minnesota, Minneapolis,
9 MARIORIE SEBENS, AAS, Fargo, Gamma Phi Beta Pres., Bison Ed.
Staff. 9 GLORIA SEIDEL, HE, Fessenden, Sigma Alpha Iota Sec.,
Tryota, Ceres Hall Club Treas., YWCA, LSA, 4'H Club, ISA, Bison
Brevities '47, Girls' Glee Club. 9 VERN SETTERLUND, Pharm,
Hamberg, Kappa Psi, LSA.
9 NORMAN SEVERSON, Chem Tech, Arthur, Blue Key, Chemistry
Club. 9 DONALD SHOLTS, Agr, Walker, Minn., Alpha Gamma Rho,
Saddle Ei Sirloin, Little Int'l Mgr. '48, Livestock Judging Team '47,
9 JEROME SHRAWDER, EE, Fargo.
9 EINAR SIGGEIRSSON, Agr, Reykjavik, Iceland, Natural Science
Club, Alpha Zeta, Saddle EG? Sirloin, ISA, YMCA. 9 KENNETH
SILL, ME, Beach, Kappa Sigma Chi. 9 STANLEY SIMONS, Agr
Ed, Cavalier, Sigma Alpha Epsilon V. Pres., FFA, Mixed Chorus, Fr.
Class Treas., LCT production, Intramural sports.
9 PAUL SINNER, AAS, Fairmount, Alpha Tau Omega, Intramural
sports. 9 AMES SKOLNESS, Agr, Valley City, Cofop House Pres., ISA
Pres., YIVICA Sr., Er. Cabinets, ISSAC, FFA, LSA, Saddle E? Sirloin,
Farmers Union, Blue Key, Intramural sports, Who's Who in American
Universities and Colleges. 9 RAYMOND SKORHEIM, Agr, Adams,
Alpha Gamma Rho, FFA, Saddle E97 Sirloin, Alpha Zeta, Phi Kappa Phi,
Mixed Chorus, Men's Glee Club, Little Int'l, Bison Brevities.
9 HAROLD SLETTEN, ME: Churchs Ferry: Sigma Phi Delta,
ASME, Engineers' Club Sec., Phi Kappa Phi, Intramural basketball.
9 MARGIE SLINGSBY, HE Ed, Argusvile, Tryota, ISA, YWCA,
LaVerne Noyes Scholarship, Basketball. 9 LYDIA SMITH, HE, Ken'
mare, ISA, Band, Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, 4-H Club, Tryota,
Dakota Hall Club, LSA, Bison Brevities '47.
9 SAMUEL SMITH, Pharm, Fargo, Rho Chi Secxtreas., Pharmacy
Club. 9 INGMAR SOLLIN, Chem Tech, Rugby, ISA, LSA, Chemistry
Club Pres., Intramural sports, Transfer from Minot State Teachers Col'
lege. 9 HARRY SOMSEN, Agr Ent, Fargo, ISA, Natural Science Club,
john Robinson Club.
9 KENNETH SORVIK, AAS, Moorhead, Minn., Mixed Chorus,
Men's Glee Club, Bison Brevities '46, '47. 9 HOWARD SPAULDING,
Agr, Sherwood. 9 ALICE SPRINGER, HE, Wyndmere, Phi Mu V.
Pres., Sec., Tryota, Mixed Chorus, 4fH Club, International Relations
Club, Phi Upsilon Ornicron V, Pres., Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, Bison
Brevities '46, Transfer from Minot State Teachers College.
9 MERRILL STENEg AASg Fargog Theta Chi. 9 FLOYD STEVENS
Edg Esmond. 9 HARRY STORMONg AASQ Devils Lakeg Theta Chi.
LSAg AlEEg Transfer from U. of Wyoming, Wahpeton Science.
9 LELAND SVEUMg Chem Techg Enderling Chemistry Clubg Intra'
mural softball, basketball. 9 CHARLES SWANSONQ AASg Fargog
Natural Science Clubg Phi Kappa Phi. 9 WALLACE SWEENEYg Agrg
Larimoreg Lincoln Clubg Saddle E? Sirloing Newman Clubg FFAg lSSACg
Sears Roebuck Scholarship.
9 BERNICE SWENSONg HEg Wahpetong LSA: Tryota. 9 LORETTA
SWISHERg AASg Fargog Kappa Delta Treas.g Women's Senateg Mixed
Chorusg Girls' Glee Clubg YWCA Pres., V. Pres., Soph., Fr. Coming
Westminster Student Foundation V. Pres.g Bison Brevities '46, '4'7g
Soph. Class Play. 9 MARIAN TEICHMANNg AASg Mixed Chorusg
Girls' Glee Clubg Art Clubg Bison Brevities '46, '47,
9 JOHN THARALDSONg AASg Osnabrockg Mixed Chorus. 9 RUS-
SELL THOMPSONg Agrg Glenfield. 9 SIDNEY THOMPSONg Agr
Edg Litchvilleg Alpha Gamma Rhog Alpha Zetag Saddle Ea' Sirloing
9 HARRIETTE THORLEIFSONQ HEg Bottineaug Alpha Gamma Del'
tag Tryotag Mixed Chorusg Girls' Glee Club. 9 THEODORE TIEGENg
Pharmg Grenorag Kappa Psig Intramural softball, basketball. 9 MARLYS
TlMMg HEg Jamestowng Tryota Treas.g ISAQ Phi Upsilon Omicron
Treas.g 4fH Club Treas.g Westminster Student Foundation Sec., V. Pres.g
Art Clubg YWCA Cahinetg Ceres Hall Clubg Sam Dobervich Memorial
Hellowshipg Women's Club Scholarshipg 4-H Club Scholarshipg LCT pro-
9 KENNETH TOMPTg EEg Steeleg Sigma Phi Delta Pledge Treas.g
YMCA Fr. Cabinetg Engineers' Club Treas.g AIEEQ N. D, State
Engineerg Intramural sports. 9 IOSEPHINE TORSONg HEg Moorhead,
Minn.g Kappa Delta Treas.g YWCA Fr. Comm.g Panhellenic Council
Treas.g Women's Senateg Tryotag LCT productiong Cheer leader.
9 JOYCE TRETTg Pharmg Oakesg Kappa Psig Pharmacy Clubg ln'
9 LOIS VANGRUDg HEg Georgetown, Minn.g ISAg LSAg Tryotag
Transfer from MSTC. 9 SOLVEIG VANVIGg HEg Sentinel Butteg
LSA Sec.g 4--H Clubg ISAg Dakota Hall Clubg Tryotag Transfer from
Concordia College. 9 VERNON WAGNERg Pharmg Golden Valleyg
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Treas., Pledge Tr.g Rho Chi Pres.g Pharmacy Club
V. Pres.g Gamma Delta Pres.g N. D. Pharmaceutical Assn, Awardg Am.
Foundation for Pharmaceutical Educ. Award.
9 HUGH STOTTSg Pharmg Minot. 9 LUELLA STROTHERg HEg
Bismarckg Phi Upsilon Omicrong Transfer from Bismarck Ir. College.
9 FREDERICK SUNDSTADg Engg Perley, Minn.g Sigma Phi Delta'
9 LEON WARNERg Agrg Ryderg Co'op House Sec.g Farmers Union
V. Pres.: FFAg Trailer City Mayorg ISAQ YMCAQ Camera Clubg Soph.
Class Pres.g Bison Furrows Assoc. Ed. 5 JOYCE WATSONg HEQ
Valley Cityg Phi Mug Tryotag YWCAQ Women's Senate. 9 MILES
WHITEg Agrg Ellendaleg Theta Chi House Mgizg YMCA Pres.g Saddle
' CLIFFORD WIESEg Agrg Fargog 4fH Clubg Saddle EJ Sirloing FFAQ
LSAg Football. LaVERNE WIESEg AASQ Fargog Kappa Deltag LSA.
9 EUGENE WIESTg Pharmg Wishekg Kappa Psig Pharmacy Clubg
YMCAg Transfer from Ellendale State Normal and Industrial School.
9 RUTH WILHANg HEg Fargog Kappa Kappa Gamma Pledge Tr.g
Senior Staff V. Pres.g Phi Upsilon Omicrong Art Clubg Women's Senate
Treas.g Edwin Booth V. Pres.g Phi Kappa Phig LCT castsg Who's Who
in American Universities and Colleges. ' JAMES WILKINSONQ AASQ
Trentong Kappa Sigma Chi V. Pres., Sec.g Blue Keyg Mixed Chorusg
MEll.S Glee Clubg Wesley Foundationg Interfrat. Councilg YMCAQ Spec'
trum, Bison stafisg Intramural volleyball. 9 JOHN WILLIAMSg AASQ
Fargog Theta Chig International Relations Club V. Pres.g Scabbard E?
Bladeg Bison Ed. Staff.
5 HAROLD YOUNGg ME: Hillsboroq Sigma Phi Delta House
Mgr.g Alpha Phi Omegag Engineers' Clubg ASME: Interfrat. Pledge
Council: Interfrat. Councilg N. D, State Engineer Photographerg Intra'
mural basketball. ' NORBERT ZWEBERQ Pharmg Rice Lake, Wisc.g
Kappa Psi Sec., Pres.g Blue Keyg Scabbard EZ Blade: Pharmacy Club Pres.g
Newman Clubg Papyrus Ebers Adv. Mgr.g Intramural bowling.
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Although the main ai1n of the School of Agriculture is to
prepare men for the management and operation of farms, gradf
uates may also qualify as research Workers, extension agents,
teachers, grain graders, and market specialists. This school is
composed of a large number of separate departments: animal,
dairy, and poultry husbandryg veterinary scienceg general agri-
cultureg agriculture economics, education, engineering, and
entomologyg agronomy, bacteriology, horticulture, and forestry.
Dean H. L. Walster
Horse judging in the
animal husbandry class.
th Dakota Wool Pool giving some instruction
Al Bjechar, secretaiy of the Nor
in Dr, Schickele's marketing class.
9 FRONT ROW: Monson, Dzunford, Sather, Stine, Daniels, Swanke, Pile, Olson, Dordabl, Markwardt, Donnelly. ' SECOND ROW
Larson, Samson, Holm, Buelow, Runestrand, Haverluck, Wiger, Promersberger, Paulson, Henderson, Hagen, Chambers, Seelig, Evans
' THIRD ROW: Becker, Witz, Froemke, Grant, Overvold, Comford, Lochen, Wodnik, Andrews, Scheel, Hansen, Pratt, Kitterman
The basis on which the American Society of Agricultural Engineers was founded was to acquaint the student
with his profession and to create an interest in the fields of farm power and machinery, structure, soil and water conf
servation, and rural electrification. The organization is composed of all students enrolled in agricultural engineering,
and is a local branch of the national society which was founded in 1936 with fourteen members. The club now
boasts a total membership of sixty-seven.
The members of ASAE are deeply interested in the consolidation of the more technical aspects of engineering
with practical farm problems. Proof of this interest is evident in their activities which include an annual banquet
and a display at the Little International. They also participate in the annual ASAE convention and sponsor many
outstanding speakers. Meetings are held the first and third Thursday of every month in the Engineering Building.
Programs include outside speakers and films.
Harvard Olson was the head of this combine for the year with Vice President Dash Comford helping thresh things
out. At the same time Eugene Paulson acted as scribbler, Carl Lee kept track of the scheckels, and Fred Grant
' FRONT ROW: Timm, Kirk, Lyman, Durbin, Hembroff, Seefeldt, Peterson, Kummeth, Grommesh, Archer, Drake, Perkins. ' SEC'
OND ROW: Lawrence, Calderwood, Knight, Coe, Palmer, Holcomb, Vifinslow, Kristjanson, Hintzman, Bultema, Sundstrorn, Beine,
Sanderson, Rilling. 5 THIRD ROW: McKenzie, Fog, Legler, Anderson, Olson, Maetzold, Olson, K. Maetzold, Tewksbury, Palmer,
Daniel, Johnson, D. Calderwood.
The college 4fH Club began in 1938, when a group of NDAC students active in 4fH work became interested in
starting a club for former and present student members on the campus. The club, however, wasn't formally organ'
ized until March, 1947. One of the major annual functions for these health, home, heart, and hand students is to give
assistance to new students during fall registration. They also aid the state extension office when the annual 4'H in'
stitutes are held. Social functions averaging three a year also are scheduled, one of them being their spring picnic.
This healthy organization has an excellent background in its prefcollege 4fH Club, the members range from ten
to twenty years of age. The requirements for membership ask that each youth complete a project each year: the
boys with something pertaining to agriculture, such as work with crops, cattle, the girls in the field of home economics.
These projects are entered in competition, first in the county heat, from which the winners are entered in the state
heat, and then on to the national. The supreme prizes are: first, a trip to the summer camp in Washington, second,
a trip to the national congress in Chicago.
Russell Calderwood had his way as president of the group, seconded by Jeanne Palmer as secretary. Mary Mar'
garet Coe played old "money bags", LeRoy johnson kept tab on scoops as reporter, and Marlys Timm and Donald
Calderwood were the social committee. Two other officers were members at large: Solveig Vanvig and Henry Mc'
' FRONT ROW: DeAlton, Light, Sweeney, A. Johnson, Bushey, Warner, Vossler, Owen.
Thorsgaard, Peterson, Trageton, Weber, Carlson, Matteson, Konzak, Johnson, Ludtke, Holwell. 9
derud, Bishop, Norbo, Bosch, Gleesing, Skolness, Wiese, Baumler, Bruhn.
Purposing to train and provide for prospective FFA
chapter advisors, the North Dakota Collegiate Chapter
of the Future Farmers of America provides an opportunity
for future farmers attending NDAC to continue their
activities in FFA and to assist in advancing the program in
North Dakota. They also aim to familiarize students in
agricultural education with the functioning of FFA so that
they may he able to council and extend services to local chap'
ters. A display booth for the Little International Live-
stock Show was also on the calendar for the year. Meetings
are held twice a month in Morrill Hall. allflce S
delega tes d F1-anal.
Lawrence Bushey was the president for the year while
Vice President Williani Stark played second fiddle. Other
officers were: Merle Light, secretary, Ardee Johnson, treasf
urerg and Wallace Sweeney, reporter.
' SECOND ROW: Erwin, Evenson
THIRD ROW: Griswold, Hegg, Aan
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ROW: D. Calderwood, Griswold, Freeh, Calderwood, Iohnson, Skadberg, Tewksbury, Almen, Dietz, Reiten, Bultema, Sundstrom,
Stangler, Knauss. 9 THIRD ROW: Ludtke, Fredenburg, DeKrey, Anderson, Nelson, Bushey, Skorheim, Gleesing, Olson, Astrup,
Nystuen, Wischow, Trautman, Knoefle, Woods.
Saddle and Sirloin is the official club of the School of Agriculture. It is one of the most active school clubs
' ' h l .rr out the huge tasks that it sets forth for
on the campus, having one hundred forty ambitious members to ep ca y
itself every year.
Their major project, one of the main events of the school year, is the Little International Livestock Showg it is
patterned somewhat after the large "International" held in Chicago every year. It receives widespread attention and
attendance from the state of North Dakota, and the
feature events thfowa in, such as the milking conf
test and pig driving event, assure a full house from
student body and the city of Fargo itself. Other
features of the show are the student livestock judgf
ing contest and the Hall of Fame Banquet where
all awards of the show are presented. Another an'
nual event which Saddle and Sirloin sponsors is
the popular Barn Dance which is held in the spring.
Percy McLean presides over the club meetings
which are held on the second Tuesday of each
month. Other officers are: Melvin Kirkeide, vice
presidentg Clayton Kingston, secretaryg Thomas
Martindale, treasurer, William Stark, reporterg Ray V
Erwin, historiang and M. L. Buchanan, faculty ad'
yer Sta If .
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pplied Arts and Sciences
The major purpose of the School of Applied Arts and
Sciences is to provide a basic and wellffounded foundation for
further training in the other schools which compose the college.
Its intended subservience has long since been cast aside, how'
ever, for it now has more enrollees than any other school on
the campus. It subdivides itself into the following depart'
ments: botany, education, psychology, English, philosophy,
geology, geography, social science, mathematics, modern lang'
uages, music, speech, and Zoology.
Dean A. E. Minard
Wo1'k on practical problems in
the residence architecture and W A' 1'
home furnishing class in the art - ,.
Late work in the botany lab
Dean R. E, Dunbar
Graduate student Marshall Will'
son and Dr. Bosch running the
gloss meter for testing paint film.
The School of Chemical Technology has the duel respon-
sibility of training professional chemists for industry and of
providing a foundation in chemistry for students enrolled in
the other schools of the college, which regard it as essential
background for majors in other fields. It also takes special
pride in its department of paint and varnish, which is one
of the oldest and most highly regarded in the country.
Dr, Wendland preparing ether.
' FRONT ROW: Smallwood, Springer, Sollin, Brome, Nelson, Jones. 9 SECOND ROW: Gale, Christison, Dunbar, Bristol, Hab
las, Brady. 9 THIRD ROXV: Barr, Webster, Leary, Sorenson, Kingdon. Fallgatter. ' FOURTH ROW: Wangness, Sveum, Garven
Jepson, Gordon, Huffman. 5 FIFTH ROW: Rhode, Fleetwood, Montgomery, Klundt, Wischow, Hendrickson. 9 SIXTH ROW
The Chemistry Club is the official organ of the stu dents enrolled in the School of Chemistry, although it is
not thus limited. Any student or faculty member who professes an interest in chemistry will be admitted to the
fold. This organization was founded in 1922 and has been functioning in a progressive manner ever since.
One of the events that it sponsors is a series of seminars presented by the various faculty members and visiting
speakers. These seminars come off about once a month on Thursday afternoon at 4:00. Other activities include
a dance in the winter term and an open house in the spring during the May Festival. They also have the usual
array of sleigh rides and picnics. '
It is interesting to note that the Chemistry Club revolves around one of the most nationally known schools
on our campus, which boasts of one of the oldest and best departments of paint chemistry in the world. This def
partment has made a flourishing postwar renaissance under the direction of Dr. Wouter Bosch, a native of Holland,
This organization lists as its official purpose the promotion of an interest in chemistry and the providing of an
opportunity for those interested in chemistry and its related fields to be bonded together by union of common
Ingmar Sollin was elected president for the past year. George Huffman was vice president. Lorraine Brady
dropped her buns-en burner and recipe for mixing molecules long enough to take notes as secretary, and Blair
Smallwood was treasurer. C. W. Fleetwood of the faculty chipped in with some sage advice and wisdom as faculty
Dean R, M. Dolve
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The School of Engineering with its six departments,
physics, architecture, agricultural, architectural, mechanical,
electrical and civil engineering, provides students with a
thorough foundation in their specific field. The school,
which is equipped with necessary facilities and a wellftrained
faculty, also gives students experience in working on prob'
lems which will be met in professional practice.
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TLIER CHAT NOIR
9 FRONT ROW: Rosvold, LaMuro, Rutter, Olsen, Bishop, Krenelka, EVHHS, Hellel-zsen, Schoen, Speers, Allensvvorth, Maasen
9 SECOND ROW: Blomquist, Malmin, Uthus, Amborn, Bjorlie, Sherman, Joyce, Iverson, Zimmer, Klug, Froeschle, Boriin, Oakes
0 THIRD ROW: O'Leary, Harris, Tavis, Kegel, Bohrer, Staszko, Johnsen, Beals, Myers, Crosby, Kline, Gjerstad, Fougner.
Some of the gayest, most elaborate, and spectacular annual balls ever to hit the campus were the old Beaux Arts
Balls given every spring by Atlier Chat Noir. These were costume balls patterned after the original balls of the Beaux
Arts Institute of Paris, a foremost school of architecture. They would remodel the interior of Festival Hall almost be'
yond recognition and clothe themselves in outstanding dress. That, however, was before the war. Since then tradif
tion has had a hard time asserting itself and the ball has not yet been revived.
Atlier has begun, nevertheless, to function in a manner conductive to great activity. It has irregular meeting
dates, often once a month, during these meetings the theory of architecture is discussed, movies and slides are shown,
and speakers are often presented. The organization is also responsive to requests for posters by other organizations
for various functions throughout the year.
The headquarters for this group is in the attic of the Engineering Building. It is here that architectural interests
are pursued and work is produced.
Richard Tavis touched the gavel to the administrative desk as president for the past year. He was seconded by
William Harrie, vice president. The secretary and treasurer were David La Bau and Robert Fredrickson respectively.
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' FRONT ROW: M. Broschat, Linder, McLeod, Lokke, Bosanco. SECOND ROW: Olson, Classon, Jeffery, Pederson, Moir, Steen,
The AIEE is composed of the electrical engineers on our campus, and is a part of the National American Institute
of Electrical Engineers. It likes to mention its national founding in 1884, but really boasts about being one of the
first student organizations on the campus, which has grown to its present membership of thirtyfeight. Each college
group forms what is known as the student branch of the organizationg however, upon graduating each member is
eligible to join the parent organization.
Group meetings are held each month in the Engineering Building, one of which is a coffee hour meeting when
movies are shown and guest speakers appear. Other activities for the year include the annual inspection tour to Chi'
cago, usually taken for a week in the spring, the annual spring picnic, and a little assistance with that old standby,
the Engineers' Ball.
The supreme power for the year was Myron Broschat, Loren Linder ran a close second as vice president, and
Bert Thompson took charge of ink and clink as secretaryftreasurer.
' FRONT ROW: Stokka, Barnes, Buen, Bakken, Erickson, Botts, Milde, LeFevre, Challoner. ' SECOND ROW: Broschat, Morrow
Kangas, Deyoe, Howe, Bergh, Pile, Sletten, Beglau, Reichert. h
ASME, short for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, is the official professional society for those en'
gineers who specialize in the mechanical end of engineering. It helps create professional interest among the members
and aids in enlarging their education through group cooperation toward a goal with discussions of vocational advance'
ments and problems. This unit is but one of the many from schools throughout the nation which merged together to
form one strong national group. These collegiate chapters are regarded as a stepping stone to an even stronger unit,
the national ASME to which all college ASME men are eligible to join upon graduation.
Meetings are held once a month in the Engineering Building. These meetings consist of a business meeting and
occasionally movies of slides on pertinent data. The group's activities for the year include participation in the affairs
of the School of Engineering, such as the Engineers' Ball, the annual Open House in the Engineering Building, and the
publishing of the North Dakota State Engineer. It also plans field trips to industrial developments in the vicinity.
Head slidefruler for the year was Wally Erickson. Lloyd Stein stood at hand as vice president, and Robert Beglau
did the pencil pushing as secretaryftreasurer.
ENGI EERS' CLUB
9 FRONT ROW: Sigurdson, Archer, Bergh, Deyoe, Kinsala, Hill, Barnes, McLeod, Blomquist, Erickson, Pile, Milde, Buen, Botts,
Kangas. 9 SECOND ROW: Tate, Dunford, Cleven, Silsand, Little, Jacobson, Maier, Steen, Gilbertson, Dittus, Tompt, Holman, Sletten,
LeFevre, Beglau, Challoner, Howe. 9 THIRD ROW: C, Deyoe, Sather, Wiger, Rogness, Peterson, Tokach, I. Sigurdson, Don Kinsala,
Lien, Resvick, Weigel, Gruebele, Morrow, Linder, Broschat, Reichert.
The Engineers' Club is a composite of all the students enrolled in the School of Engineering and the central hub
about which revolve the separate organizations: ASME, AIEE, ASAE, and Atlier Chat Noir. It is the Engineers'
Club which sponsors the Engineers' Ball and the annual Open House, yet it is 'aided considerably by these other groups,
whose members are also the backbone of the central organization.
Meetings are held once a month in the assembly room on the second floor of the Engineering Building. Like
the other groups it also sponsors speakers and shows movies and slides, which are both educational and interesting.
The Engineers' Ball, which this group sponsors, has traditionally been one of the best parties of the school
year. It is a strictly formal affair which features a topfnotch band and an uptown ballroom. Dale McLeod pounded
the gavel upon the mass of the table with sufficient acceleration during the year, followed up by assistant gavel
wielder Myron Broschat. Elmer Dittus put his drafting pencil to good use keeping notes on all the meetings, and
David Tokach put all that math to good use as club treasurer.
The drapery class in action.
Although one of the primary objectives of the School of
Home Economics is to turn out future homemakers, it also prof
vides professional training for students interested in teaching,
dietetics, commercial food work, extension work, and research.
The five curricula offered by thc school are: general home
economics, clothing and textiles, foods and nutrition, home
economics education, and pre-occupational therapy. Each of
these departments graduates students trained for professions
in the expanding fields of home economics.
Dean Leita Davy
Fall term residents of the Home
Management house p 0 s e with
their guest Colonel Balke after
a formal dinner.
' FRONT ROW: Watschke, D. Barker, Sommerdorf, Madsen, Hembroff, Swift, Peterson, Barker. 9 SECOND ROW: M. Anderson,
Sather, Fitch, Jensen, Brodek, Lo-ucks, Drake, Abrahamson, Ingwalson. ' THIRD ROW: Seefeldt, Kallestad, Woodworth, Gal'
breath, Possum, Malstrom, Myral, Olsen, Bernhoft, ' FOURTH ROW: Skerik, Kristjanson, Skonnord, Swenson, Brochert, Olson, Mc'
Tryota, the energetic organization which unites all students of home economics on the campus, was founded over
twenty years ago, in 1926 by the members of Phi Upsilon Omicron and was first directed by Lucille Horton.
Armistice Day marked the beginning of the year's festivities, when new members were initiated into the group.
Another function for the year was the dessert luncheon that was given in March. The last big event, and probably the
' FRONT ROW: Bork, Thompson, Christensen, Herigstad, Roberts, Zimmerman, Larson, Crews. 9 SECOND ROW: Spilman,
Harolclson, Frances Newman, Naumann, S. Bang, Morrison, Marchand. 5 THIRD ROW: I. Anderson, Anderson, Vangrud,
Nelson, Johnson, Mickelson, Prince, Wicklander. ' FOURTH ROXV: Bang, Grondale, Jane Winslow, Newman, Eastman, Winslow,
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Students graduating in the NDAC School of Pharm'
acy will have a wide field from which to choose upon grad'
uation. They are qualified to teach, to Work in industry,
to be government inspectors of food, or to practice pharmacy
as a druggist. This school has leading national recognition
and assurance of good positions for its graduates. It is
located in Francis Hall, the second oldest building on the
Lab students exchanging
Officers Browning, Clay, Andreson, Wagner, Kristjanson.
PH RMACY CLUB
Pharmacy Club is the second oldest organization on the campus. It looks back to 1902 as its founding dateg since
that time it has been meeting monthly to discuss the problems of students in pharmacy and to listen to guest speakers
discuss related fields.
One of the major functions of the club is the publication of Papyrus Ebers fwhich was first the name of a pub'
lication in ancient Egyptj a quarterly which keeps students informed on the latest pharmaceutical developments, and
shows pharmacists throughout the state the progress that is being made here. Other functions of the club include an
annual picnic and banquet and regular meetings. Steering the club on its track of fostering interests of pharmacy,
socially and professionally, was President Sheldon Clay. His rightfhand man and counselor was Vernon Wagner.
Other officers were Evangeline Browning, secretaryftreasurer, and Beverly Kristjanson, corresponding secretaryg Clark
Andreson was the faculty adviser for the year.
The Fargo School of Religious Education is operated and
controlled independently by El board of twentyffive Fargo citif
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phase of Bible history.
Zens. It was set up to provide the students of this campus with
Z1 constructive curricula in religion. The courses of the school
fall into two categories: those taught by the dean, the basic
fundamentals of religiong those taught by Fargo pastors on def
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Alpha Phi Gamma, composed of those who firmly believe that they can get more out of a typewriter than noise,
makes staunch members out of the local news reporters, news writers, and business handlers. Organized at Ohio
Northern University in 1919 for the purpose of recognizing individual ability and achievement in journalistic pursuits in
college and universities, it serves to promote cordial relationships between the students and members of the profession,
and to unite in a fraternal way congenial students interested in journalism-all of which sounds like enough to kill off
any college man or woman-but not so. They found themselves responsible for the series of moneyfraising turtle races,
which combined with dances, were held in the ballroom of the Y. Even a lack of turtles couldn't stop them-they ran,
rather hopped, with frogs in their place. The other project was the proposed revival of the traditional college humor
magazine, College Humis.
Membership is open to upperclassmen, who come under the heading of journalism, and who meet the require'
ments of service, scholarship, and quality of product. While stopping to hold riotous sessions twice a month in the Y,
at the same time devouring large quantities of food, they listened to wild dissertations by Mr. Nelson and Miss Tindall.
One of the major difficulties of the year was the high ratio of officers leaving college. Marian Barnes succeeded
Jeanne Wallerius as president at midfyear, Ardyce Toohey succeeded Betty Sue Armstrong as secretary at the same
time, but Vice President Joyce Tindall and Treasurer Donna Jean Nellermoe managed to stick it out for the year.
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5 FRONT ROW: Swenson, Preszler, Christensen, Froeschle, Stein, Cutknecht, Smallwood, Marquardt. 9 SECOND ROW:
Hinkle, Davis, Biggs, Alander, Sherman, French, Carlson, Ketterling, Collis, Krabseth, Knutson, Palmerson, Barr. ' THIRD
ROW: Archer, Johnson, Rounds, Runice, McIntosh.
Doing a good deed daily has been expanded by Alpha Phi Omega, national scouting service fraternity, which
serves the school the year around. It was established at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania in 1925 to enable former
Boy Scouts to continue their worthy pursuits in a more grownfup manner.
Since its post war revival in 1946 Alpha Phi Omega has grown to thirty-five members, and now rivals Blue
Key for ushering privileges at local events. These good scouts make their annual Spring Sing the big splash of the
year. Then, on top of all that, they also give bits of wisdom on "how things were done when we were young"
to the local Boy Scout groups. This can only be the result of a high goal, which reads something like: "to assemble
college men in the fellowship of the scout Oath and Law, to develop friendship and to promote service to the
college and humanity."
Filling the bill as faculty Scoutmasters were Professors A. Glenn Hill and B. C. Stein. Edgar Gutknecht presided
over their bifmonthly meetings which were held in the YMCA, aided by Roland Froeschle as vice president. Other
officers included Blair Smallwood, secretary, C. B. Christianson, treasurer, and Don Froeschle, historian.
' FRONT ROW: Best, Ellerbusch, Siggeirsson, Bryant, Iohnsgard, Walster, Churchill, Buchanan, Mayoue, Rowe, Light, Conlon, Ma1'tin
dale. ' SECOND ROW: Donnelly, Dettman, Sweeney, Anderson, Persson, Seelig, DeKrey, Knecht, Konzak, Fredenburg, Witz, Mussel
man, Stangeland, Morrison, Hagen. 9 THIRD ROW: Olson, Colberg, Dietz, Toussaint, Gleesing, Haverluck, Rustad, Johnson, Buchanan
Skorheiin, Kingston, Stine, Thompson, Bauinler, Sholts, Nelson.
Alpha Zeta consists of the cream of the School of Agriculture. This national ag honorary was formed at the
University of Ohio in 1897, with Dakota Chapter coming here in 1910. Fostering and developing standards of
scholarship among students interested in agriculture as a profession stands out as its primary function.
Inscribed upon Alpha Zcta's scholarship plaque
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man scholar in the school is Lester Stine's name.
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contest among freshman agriculturists and survey'
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chapter interest during the year.
The officers for the year, pictured left, were:
Lyle Nelson, presidentg Clayton Kingston, vice pres'
identg Jerome Gleesing, secretary, Douglas Dettf
man, treasurer, and Ray Buchanan, historian.
9 FRONT ROW: Anderson, Crews, Sheffield, Fisk, Aas, Bachman, Lee. 9 SECOND ROW: Martinson, Sandbeck, Schuricht, Nem
Zek, -lunge, Zimmerman, Nilles, Conmy, Rulon, Teichmann, Wenner, Collette, Wicklande1', Stange, Greenheck.
Art Club, composed of talented artists who have been successful in the fields of paints, pencil sketching, and
designing, is a local honorary which functions in the attic of Science Hall. The promotion of a greater appreciation
of art in the students on the campus is the main aim of the members.
These girls with an artistic flare keep busy by making things to sell at bazaars and general Art Club sales held
throughout the school year. Some of the items that are sold are carved wooden objects, printed hand printed hand'
kcrchiefs and scarves, and scores of other hand painted items. E
Another major function is the Bohemian Dinner held annually every spring, where selffdesigned hats walk away
with prizes. They meet regularly once a month for potluck and business meetings with a little individual art work
on the side. Members are selected by the chapter on the basis of art record and interest.
The wheel in the group for the past year was Donna Fisk, seconded by Vice President Gloria Bachman. The
secretary was Meta Lou Sheffield while Gloria Aas ruled the financial end.
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9 FRONT ROW: Brostrom, Dawson, King, Nott, Hoff, MaCGibbon. 9 SECOND ROW: Pettee, Pull, Zweber, Horne, Christensen,
Bristol Oakey, Winchestei', McLean, Getz, VanVlissingen, Martin. 9 THIRD ROW: Hillier, Severson, Challoncr, Donnelly, Hunter
Always available for any cause which is regarded the least bit worthy are the Blue Key members, ushers deluxe.
Blue Key is short for National Blue Key Honorary Fraternity, founded at Florida University in 1924 to cofordinate
activities on the campus. Their byfword here, as elsewhere, is "Service"
The main Blue Key function on this campus is the annual Bison Brevities, which is sponsored and managed by this
group of BMOC's. This gathering of whitefsweater men presents a scholarship every year to the freshman student
considered the most deserving. In addition they are always available for any college activities, and spend their Bison
Brevities proceeds for campus improvements.
Members are selected for their achievement in extrafcurricular affairs and attainment in scholarship. Juniors and
seniors are admitted, the new candidates being selected by existing members. As a precaution-to be sure that sage
wisdom is kept in the ranks-three faculty advisors also serve, namely :- Dean C. A. Sevrinson, Ernst Van Vlissingen,
and Dr. W. O. Hunter. Raising the mighty gavel is Bob Getz with Tom Challoner as rightfhand man. John Donnelly
and Jim Wilkiiisoii fall in line as secretary-treasurer and corresponding secretary respectively.
9 FRONT ROW: Lamb, Fisk, Enlow, Gackle, Crews, E. Johnson, Hudson, Swisher. ' SECOND ROW: Cutler, Bastyr, Ringwall
' THIRD ROW: Sweeney, Rognlie, Corrigan, Skorheim, Ehli, Johnson, Jacobson, Sevrinson, Iverson, Light, Erwin.
KAPPA DELT QPI
Kappa Delta Pi, an honor society in education, is a gathering of the futurefhierarchy of the schoolfteaching world.
Organized on the NDAC campus in 1931, the chapter flourished until the advent of the war when it became dorf
mantg the only members of the group on the campus at that time were P. J. Iverson, Dean C. A. Sevrinson, and Glenn
Walrath of the faculty. 1948 found Kappa Delta Pi leaping into activity with the reorganization of the chapter
and the installation of twenty new members.
Noble aim of Kappa Delta Pi is . . to promote a closer bond among students of Education and to enter into
more intimate fellowship with those dedicated to the cause of teaching as a profession." Membership in this agref
gation of brainpower requires a full junior collegiate standing or above, and a general scholarship grade above the
upper quartile of the institution. Nine completed credit hours of work in education is required for junior applicantsg
senior hopefuls need a total of eighteen hours of work in the education courses. Kappa Delta Pi gets its highfpowered
heads together on the second Tuesday of each month when it pores over the minutes and matters that are peculiar
to an education honorary. Wallace Sweeney was chosen chapter delegate to the national convocation and represented
his group at Atlantic City, February 24f26.
Officers for this year were: President Gloria Crews, Vice President Ardee Johnson, and Secretary Loretta Swisher.
More officers are: Tom Corrigan, treasurerg Ray Erwin, historianfreporterg and Glenn Walrath, counselor.
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' FRONT ROW: Martinson, Nellermoe. ' SECOND ROW: Anderson, Larson, Kristjanson. 9 THIRD ROW: Wallerius,
Aas, Bjorklund. ' FOURTH ROW: Thompson, Vlficklander, Collette. ' FIFTH ROW: McDonagh, Cessner, Prince, Gackle.
Adding to the bright lights of the military department is this official honorary auxiliary to the ROTC, founded
at Vermillion, South Dakota in 1928. Membership in this chapter is based on scholarship, leadership, personality,
and activities, with no little emphasis on glamour in this group of healthy American girls. Their bright green capes
with yellow lining tossed over white dresses add sparkle to many parades and military activities.
They are officially known to the military department, in traditional military doubleftalk, as B Company, and
Wear themselves into shoppingfspree exhaustion by drilling every Blue Monday afternoon. Whether they are
responsible for the increased parade attendance since their formation on the campus has not been determined, how'
ever, even their officers are given army titles just to prove that they're wholehearted about this thing. No doubt
one of the most beautiful Lieutenant Colonels in the world is Marilyn Collette, who shared leadership at the Military
Ball. Also wearing brass hats are: Major Ellen Johnson and First Lieutenant Judith Gessner. Down in the ranks
but rather high up at that are two not very crusty Sergeants, Dolores Martinson and Margaret Anderson.
9 FRONT ROW: Maniiing, Ollenhurger, A. Olson, Phillips, Davis, Lcwis. ' SECOND ROW: Feuling, Kristjanson, Browning
Howard, Olson, Schmidt, Vukelic, Geyer.
K PP EPSILON
Kappa Epsilon is a national honorary fraternity for women interested in pharmaceutical pharmacology. The
whole thing began at the University of Iowa in 1921 with Iota chapter coming here in 1930. This fraternity for
dilligent damsels serves to unite women in pharmacy primarily. It holds as its purpose the stimulation of higher
scholarship, the fostering of professional consciousness, and the assisting in the advancement of education pertaining
to the field. Sessions are held twice a month with wget acquainted teas" for the new women students in the school
held during the year. They also throw a Founders Day Banquet and a picnic every year.
The national convention for 194647 was held at the University of Wisconsiii with Mary Jane Gall and Ann
Olson acting as delegates. For two successive years Iota chapter has had in its possession the national trophy cup
for the highest scholastic rating of the fourteen active chapters. Swinging a wicked gavel at their meetings was
Lucille Manning, seconded by Vice President Delva Howard. The scribe for the year was Beverly Kristjansong
Evangaline Browning had her fingers in the finances, Ann Olson had to be both chaplain and historian.
9 FRONT ROW: Kereluk, Christensen, Engen, Askew, Peterson. 9 SECOND ROW: Thonn, Vossler, Hanson, Wagner, Kornberg
KAPPA KAPPA PSI
Kappa Kappa Psi, national honorary band fraternity, is an organization made up of musicallyfambitious campus
bandsmen. NDAC's chapter, Alpha Mu, was established in 1935 g Oklahoma A Ei M saw the founding of the national
group in 1919,
Since its postwar reactivation in 1947, Kappa Kappa Psi has striven for several goals. A recently accomplished
aim was the procurement of bright new uniforms for the band. Kappa Kappa Psi also has an eye to the maintenance
of discipline at all band functions and lends assistance to the band director. Membership is open to all musicians
of good character and leadership. This group is also interested in fostering goodfneighbor relations with other musical
organizations. Meetings are held weekly following a dinner in Ceres Hall.-
The year's president was Jack Askew, aided by Stanley Peterson as vice president. john Engen was secref
tary and C. B. Christianson was treasurer.
9 FRONT ROW: Stevens, Anderson, Kaiser, Brady, Manning, Wilhan, Lamb, Barker. 5 SECOND ROW: Munro, Swanson, Nelson
McCauley, Sletten, Gary, Skorheim, Broschat, Kiuzel, Kangas, Kingdon, Challoner, Wagner.
PHI KAPP PHI
Phi Kappa Phi contains a large portion of the upper strata of NDAC intelligents. It is a composite of high'
average students from every school on the campus and is most representative of the upper ten percent of the senior
class from which members are selected. Founded in 1897 at the University of Maine, the local chapter installation took
place in May, 1913.
With the primary purpose of recognizing and encouraging superior scholarship in all fields of college study, Phi
Kappa Phi members are selected on the basis of scholarship, character, and leadership. Phi Kappa Phi makes a local
award to the outstanding member elected each yearg the national society quarterly awards fellowships to outstanding
graduate students of the various chapters.
Officers are elected from among the faculty members each year, who in turn select the new student members. One
third of the membership is filled in the fall term, one third in the winter term, and the last third in the spring. Dr.
J. A. Munroe served as president for this past year, aided by Miss Minnie Anderson as vice president. The sec'
retaryftreasurer was Miss Ivladeline Kaiser, with Professor O. A. Stevens as recording secretary.
9 FRONT ROW: Springer, Timm, Chaska, Barker, M. Anderson, Sather, Crews, U SECOND ROW: Swift, Zimmerman, Lamb, Bork,
Johnson, Marchand, Watson, Anderson. 'THIRD ROW: Nelson, Roberts, Wallerius, Strother, Newman, Brochert, Collette, Herigstad,
PHI UPSILO OMICRO
Phi Upsilon Omicron, national honorary home economics fraternity, has been the acme of extrafcurricular activities
in the school for future homemakers since 1914, when it was founded on the campus. Members are selected from the
junior and senior girls on the basis of scholarship, character, and professional attitude. Among their many activities ap'
pear teas for high ranking upperclassmen, apron sales, and handicraft exhibits which are sent out into the various
schools about the state. The Alba Bales scholarship finds its sponsorship in the group, as does the project of making
stuffed animals for juvenile hospital patients.
In order to be so thoroughly functional these girls meet every two weeks, now and then in that "Southside" home
ec building, the Wilhan residence. Here they plot and plan and spring out with more ideas on how to find more things
for themselves to do. Q
This year's president of "Phi U" is really a queen-Margaret Anderson. Aiding her as vice president is Alice
Springer with Deloris Barker and Barbara Hammer as corresponding secretary and recording secretary respectively.
Other officers include Marlys Timm, treasurer, and Ruth Wilhan, chaplain.
9 FRONT ROW: Manning, Wagner, Smith, Gall. 9 SECOND ROW: Andreson, Kuzel, Miller.
Rho Chi, national honor society for men and women pharmacists, was founded at the University of Michigan in
1922, with the installation of the Kappa Chapter taking place six years later in 1928.
These mortar and pestal grinders have as their main objective the advancement of pharmaceutical sciences through
the encouragement and recognition of outstanding scholarship. The stated qualifications for membership in this or'
ganization are: proficiency in art and pharmacy and allied services, character, and leadership. New initiates are
taken in during the winter term of the junior year. To be initiated in the winter term, the applicants must attain an 85
percent average during the fall term.
In the field of services and great causes the society awards every year the United States Pharacopoeia to the
most outstanding freshman in pharmacy. The National Formulary goes to the next highest freshman. Another
worthwhile project sponsored by Rho Chi is a series of seminars given by instructors on various phases of pharmacy.
These seminars are given twice a term for senior pharmics, although they plan to later enlarge them to include
freshmen who might be interested.
Officers for the year were: Vernon Wagner, president, Mary Jane Gall, vice president, and Samuel Smith, sec'
retary. This setup really puts the executive committee in power, too, as it leaves Norbert Kuzel, Lucille Manning, and
Clark Andreson as the only members not holding office.
9 FRONT ROW: C, Johnson, Korsmo, Williams, Owens, Schmitt, Best. 9 SECOND ROW: Balke, Buen, johnson, Ness, Dickens,
Sparks 9 THIRD ROW: Ritchie, Lee, Brostrom, Robb, Bergdahl.
SCABB RD AND BL DE
The National Society of Scabbard and Blade, cohort to Guidon, saw the first light of day at the University of
Wisconsin in 1905, to local militarists it's known as just plain ol' Company M, Third Regiment. Its purpose is to
raise the standard of military training in American colleges and universities, to unite in closer relationships their
military departments, to encourage and foster the essential qualities of good and efficient officers, and to promote
good fellowship . . . whevv!
This chapter, which consists of some of the brassiest hats on the campus, was reorganized after dormancy during
the war years, and has kept well the traditions of the organization since then. Their big social splurge is the ravishf
ing Military Ball, which they throw with the welcomed assistance of Guidon.
The qualifications for admittance are excellency of character, proficiency in the pursuit of military science and
tactics, and qualities of leadership and honor. Ceorge Washington is probably an honorary member. Giving "top
secret" commands are: Captain Robert Owens, First Lieutenant Lyle Ritchie, Second Lieutenant Floyd Robb, and
Sergeant Jack Williams.
'FRONT ROW: Barker, Harrington, Johnson, Hudson. ' SECOND ROW: Willizlii, Gall, Anderson, Sathcr, Bolton.
Nlembers of Senior Staff, NDAC's Mortar Board equivalent, are an exalted few who play a great part in keeping
homecoming activities in order. They give luncheons for the queen, decorate her car, and aid her attendants. Besides
that they throw several allfeollege dances, one of which is the famous Spinster Skipg and provide two scholarships each
year, one to a senior girl, another to a freshman girl.
New members, selected ever sarinv from the 'unior Girls who meet the ri id re uirements of scholarshiu service,
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and personality, are serenaded the evening of their selection by the retiring group. They are then taught the ropes so
that they can take over for the forthcoming year. Calling meetings to order was Deloris Barker with Ruth Wilhan
second in ehargeg Mary Jane Gall took minutes mentally while Gladys Sather counted fivefdollar bills to keep busy.
' FRONT ROW: G. Seidel, Smillie, Vogel, Anderson, DuVall, Johnson, Seidel, Gackle. 5 SECOND ROW: Torgerson, Fuller, Town
send, Mickelson, Schulz, Whilling, Biggs, Lundquist, Gall, Simpson, Holland, Olson.
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA
Omicron chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota envelops the most musical women of two local campuses: NDAC and MSTC.
This national professional music fraternity began its career at the University of Michigan in 1903 with the purpose of
supporting the music of both America and the world, striving to relate the art of music to the art of living.
These prima donnas have all met very stiff requirements. Each truly has bells on her toes, making music wherever
she goes, whether singing or playing on instrument. For further proof of their high standards they point to star alums
Lily Pons, Kirstin Flagstad, and Gladys Swarthout. To help keep their activities working in harmony and to prove
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that the 're more than a group of social Madame Butterflies, they meet twice a month for business, throw a gala musica
for themselves every month, and present programs at the Veterans' Hospital. Much credit for the local success 1S to
be given to the local alumnae chapter and its aiding patroness group, whose contributions to both meetings and musicals
have proved inspiring and helpful to the younger set.
A P idin over this ardent group of Spitalny material for the past year was Joyce Gackle. Filling the vice presif
dential position was a coed of notes from across the river Shirley Holland, with Gloria Seidel of NDAC keeping
rhythm with a quill pen playing the role of secretary.
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0 President PERCY MCLEAN
0 Vice President DELGRES MARTINSON
o S ecre tary j0I-IN BOTTS
o Treasurer RUTH WILI-IAN
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JACOBSON, STINE, NELLERMOE, OWENS.
President ROBERT GWENS
Vice President WARREN JACOBSON
S ecre tary DAN STINE
Treasurer DONNA JEAN NELLERMOE
BERTEL, JOHNSON, LUNDQUIST, ENGER.
o President ROY JOHNSON
o Vice President JACK ENGER
o S ecre tary EUNICE LUNDQUIST
o Treasurer CHARLES BERTEI.,
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Co-Presidents HARRY BRISTOL and LaVERN FREEI-I
Vice President RALPH IVIUTCI-ILER
Secretary WALTER BIGGS
Treasurer RICHARD IVIGEN
THE STUDENT COMMISSION
9 FIRST ROW: Fog, King, Collette. . SECOND ROW: Conmy, Horne, Brostrom, Bibelheimer, Erickson.
Plunging into the year's activities with a spanking new constitution, the Student Commission scrutinized its
agenda and found it bulging with all sorts of work. On top of the pile of tasks was the putting into effect of the
rules laid down by the new constitution. Not far below were the growing pains of the Student Union and more regular
jobs concerning the governing of the student body.
The Student Commission had a hand in the gala festivities that are a vital part of every homecoming, they provided
for the reception of visiting dignitaries, planned the rooting and routing of the parade, and saw that the bonfire was suffif
ciently inflammatory. Some other knotty problems that appeared at this year's meetings were the sponsorship of the
WSSF drive, the yes or no decision on the ratification of the National Students Association, and the apportionment
of student convocations. Daly King reigned as presidentg able assistance in the secretary seat was furnished by Peter
Fog. Faith Conmy put forth her efforts as head of Campus Affairs, while Paul Brostrom hupfhupped the Military
end. Public Programs came under the shapely wing of Marilyn Collette and Paul Bibelheimer conducted the Music
Board. Don Horne demonstrated his sagacity as commissioner of the Board of Publications. Currentfcy problems
fell to Wallace Erickson as pilot of the Finance Board, and Kirk Bellows persevered as Commissioner of Athletics.
Formulnting plans for the new Student Un'
ion are the following members of the Student
Union Board of Directors: 9 FRONT
ROW': Mrs. Ralph Welclm, Dr. Longwell,
Deloris Barker. ' SECOND ROW: james
Wilkinson, A, Glenn Hill, Daly King, Dr.
Miller, Lyle Nelson.
Local delegates to the National Student Assof
ciation meeting held in Madison, Wisconsin,
last fall were Daly King, Student Commission
president, and Gloria Crews, regional chair-
man of the North DakotafSouth Dakota area,
The model for the proposed Student Union.
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CARD OF ATHLETIC CCNTROL
Bjornson, Cook, Brostrom, Finnegan, Churchill, Bellows, Henning, Halbeisen.
Authorities on all things athletic, members of the Board of Athletic Control convene on dates determined by their
president, and discuss topics dealing with athletic schedules, awards, and plans for the furtherment of physical education
on the campus.
These advocates of educated brawn effected a big accomplishment this year by the addition of a major in physical
education to the curriculum. Besides this increased emphasis on its function, the board supervises the expenditure
of funds for athletics, chooses the worthy recipients of awards, and determines the admission price for all performances
held under the auspices of the Athletic Department.
Participating in the mental gymnastics of the board are eight members: three faculty appointed by the President,
three student members elected from the student body, and two active alumni who are recommended by the NDAC
Alumni Association. Found on the gym trapeze this year were: C. C. Finnegan, athletic directorg Kirk Bellows, Jerome
Reinan, and Dale Brostrom, student membersg Dr. O. O. Churchill, Knute Henning, faculty advisorsg and Dr. Ben Bjorn'
son and J. G. Halbeisen, alumni members.
BOARD CDF CAMPUS AFFAIRS
Kaiser, Stein, Schollander, Lee, Conmy, Fog, Baccus.
The Board of Campus affairs gets its efficient hands into a majority of campus activities. Besides having the mounf
tainous task of compiling the eligibility statistics on all candidates for school posts, the board also keeps itself more
than busy arranging, watching over, and trying to create interest in campus elections. Relocation of polling places this
year followed a board analysis of student turnout at elections. The establishment of two voting spots, as against the old
setfup of one, failed to effect a material increase in the volume of ballots. However, the board has a whole stack of
cards up its sleeve and is determined to increase the voting response at elections. As if this weren't enough to make
a congressman cry, the board also dabbles its digits in homecoming activities and tops off this superfsundae of activity
by preparing a list of all members of recognized campus organizations.
Furrowing her fair brow at this year's stack of doings was Faith Conmy in the role of commissioner. Junior mem'
bers who gave their all were Peter Fog, Keith Schollander, and Pat Lee. Jim Baccus and E. E. Kaiser furnished the
faculty assistance. A
OARD OF FINANCE
9 FRONT ROW: Grimes, Pettee, Skinner. 9 SECOND ROW: Erickson, Gessner, Johnson, Nellermoe,
Organized last spring under a new constitution, the Board of Finance Control casts a judicious eye over all the
student funds and accounts and decides in which direction the disbursements shall escape. The board is required to
rustle up a financial report at the end of each term on all organizations receiving student activity fundsg it then must
submit the gatherings to the eaglefeyed scrutiny of the president of the Student Commission.
The group numbers seven and consists of members from both the faculty and student body. Ernest Johnson
represented the sophomore class and Donna Jean Nellermoe hailed from the junior stratum. Giving their all for the senior
class were Judy Gessner and Wallace Erickson. Faculty positions were ably filled by E. F. Skinner, Dr. Pettee, and
Miss Ruby Grimes, who were appointed to the Board of Finance by the president of the college. These budding Morgenf
thaus convene the second Week of each month and spend most of their time staving off requests from hardfpressed campus
BOARD OF MUSIC
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9 FRONT ROW: Bibelheimer, Gackle, Thonn. ' SECOND ROW: Van Vlissingen, Schroepfer.
An offspring of last year's constitution revision, the Board of Music control is vested with the advisory power
over all campus musical activities. This places the board in a position to toot their collective horns in matters concernf
ing dancing, concerts, chorus work, and glee club activities. Mediation of discrepancies in places assigned for musical
productions is another board function. A performance of NDAC's Gold Star Band in March was supervised by the
board. The fact that the group was organized recently accounts for its somewhat limited scope of activities at the
present time, nevertheless, the Board of Music is progressively increasing in range and, in the future, will undoubtedly
be behind many campus musical productions,
Paul Bibelheimer tinkled the top notes on the board for this year in his position of president, while Deloris Barker
added her accompaniment as vice president. Running the scales as secretary was Joyce Gackle, and Paul Thonn ap'
praised the Music Board's shekels as treasurer.
OARD OF PUBLICATIONS
' FRONT ROW: Hastings, Chapman, Horne, Bolton. 9 SECOND ROW: Sackett, Toohey, King, Erwin, DeKrey, Hill,
Ellen Iohnson, president,
Assisting campus publications, the Boards of Publications exercises its
journalistic judgment on disbursements., appointments, and authorizations per-
taining to the Bison, Spectrum, and Bison Fiwfrows. Meeting twice a month,
it formally elects the editors and business managers of all student publi-
cations carrying advertising and sees that funds for the publications are given
the proper direction.
The board is vested with power to form such regulations as it deems
necessary for the proper governance of its appointees. Those active in this
year's sessions were faculty members Jessie Phillips, A. Glenn Hill, Leonard
Sackett, and James Baccus. Members at large were Ellen Johnson, Don
Horne, Bob Hastings, and Don Wischow. Representing the Spectrum were
Dan Chapman and Ardyce Toohey, with Iona Bolton and Daly King from
the Bison. Members from the Bison Furrows were Ray Erwin and Lester
BOARD OF PUBLIC PROGRAMS
'C Wallerius, Enlow, Bertel, Collette
The impressive title of the Board of Public Programs is entirely selffexplanatory as to its function. Springing out
of the rearrangement of the student government constitution last year, the Board of Public Programs digs deep in its bag
of entertainment to find topfflight performers for campus programs. Their dexterity at this difficult task has been
continually exemplified by the plethora of great artists who graced this year'slyceu1n parade. The appearance of Hazel
Scott early in the season brought a great deal of pleased approval from lyceum attendeesg Festival Hall literally creaked
under the strain of crowds who took in the later performances of artists like Susan Reed, Fritz Kreisler, and john
The members who arranged the fine lyceum series are seven in numberg four members are from the student body
and three are faculty. Helen Enlow was under the presidential spotlight this year with Marilyn Collette sharing the
light as vice president. Jeanne Wallerius reigned as treasurer until she transferred schools in january, when Dolores
Martinson took over. Charles Bertel served as secretary. Faculty assistance came from A. G. Arvold and Constance
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9 FRONT ROW: Skolness, Anderson, Bjorlie, Stegner. 9 SECOND ROW: Olson, Ault, Martin.
CO-OP HOUSE BOARD
Affiliated with a cooperative league of over two thousand member organizations, NDAC's Cofop House works
hard to promote the cooperative philosophy. The Cofop House Board sets as its goal "the accomplishing of an under'
standing of cooperative philosophy by living and practicing it." Purchase of a lot just east of the college HYM by
the board was made with the intention of erecting a large, modern Cofop House. However, the rise in construction
costs made this plan unfeasible for the present, and the Board purchased a house in north Fargo where twentyfone
members of the cofop now live, and forty students take their meals,
Members of the Cofop House Board
hold meetings once at week and, besides the
usual run of business discussion, listen to
speeches on the various phases of cooperaf
tive work. The presidential duties for this
year were handled by Arnold Bjorlie. Bill
Provance served as vice president, and the
secretaryftreasurer office saw action from
The Cofop House fellows gang
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Panhellenic was 'off to a flying start this year with the first allfcollege dance sponsored by the council during
orientation week. Besides arranging dances, Panhellenic finds itself busy governing the women's sororities in matters
pertaining to rushing, scholarship, and social activities.
Part of the council's work for this year has been the revision of its constitution. The Charity Ball, annual girl'
takesfboy affair, was Panhellenic arranged, the proceeds from the ball going into a fund to provide a scholarship to a
deserving upperclassman. Located in the Crystal Ballroom, the Charity had the spirit of V alentine's day as its theme,
the dancers glided along under frilly arches and the music was furnished by the Statesmen who were seated at the
base of a huge, red heart. Panhellenic honors highfaverage women students each spring by promoting a scholarship
recognition service to give awards to those who have achieved high scholarship. Distribution of campus and sorority ac'
tivity bulletins to high school girls throughout the state is another council function. Helen Crews presided as presif
dent this year with the secretarial duties handled by Helen Enlow. Josephine Torson gripped the purse strings as treas-
urer and faculty advisor was Dean Pearl Dinan. A
9 FRONT ROW: Christensen, Horne, Peterson, Hillier, Botts, Domek. ' SECOND ROW: Wilkinson, Bolmeier, Bertel, Lannoye,
Zweber, Bergh, Little.
I TERFR TER ITY COUNCIL
Established on the NDAC campus back in 1917, the Interfraternity Council has come a long way in the pursuit
of its avowed objective of "the advancement of the interests of the men's 'fraternities and of the college." As the
name implies, the Interfraternity Council concerns itself with matters pertaining to activities among the fraternities,
and, specifically, the regulation of scholarship, rushing, and pledging.
Meeting twice a month, the council holds every other meeting at a fraternity house for dinner. Interfraternity
also sponsors the Interfraternity Ball in the spring quarter and provides a scholarship trophy which is awarded to
the fraternity with the highest average. The award goes from frat to frat as each one triumphs over the otherg how' i
ever, if a group wins it six times in a row it becomes the property of the fraternity trophy room and a new award is "
obtained. Lloyd Hillier held down the presidents chair this year with Don Horne in the vice president seat. Sec' 4
retarial duties fell to Randy Peterson and John Botts served as treasurerf
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Collette, Gacklc, Wilhan, Martin, Lewis, Conmy, Wiiislow, Hanson, Lee.
Composed of representatives of all campus women's organizations, the Women's Senate gathers once a month in
the comfortable chairs in Dean Dinan's lounge and concerns itself with the activities and meetings of cofed organizations.
Senate activities for this year included a studentffaculty Christmas tea which was held in Old Main lounge, dec'
orated by tinscl and paper draping delegates from the Women's Senate. With Christmas carols floating sweetly
about, the members gathered around a gailyflighted yule tree and indulged in some very unfsenatorial conversation as
they sipped their Christmas tea. January saw the-presentation of the Senate's annual benefit hop, proceeds from the
dance being vested in a scholarship for a worthy junior girl.
Woineii transfer students have a tea given in their honor by the Senate, which busy outfit also arranges a dinner
for all the women in each college class, and keeps an eye on the maintenance of the rest rooms in Science and Ceres
Halls. Presidential duties for this year were fulfilled by Beverly Marchaxid, and directives from the vice president
corner were penned by Eunice Huso. Rhoda johnson and Ruth Wilhaxi ran the Senate in regard to secretary and
treasurer capacities, and sage faculty advice came from Pearl Dinan.
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parties filled the freshman's schedule early last fall.
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above. Left, some K.D. float passengers pause
for a moment before the parade.
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display for the crowd
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Mayo Kucera takes over with his onefman show.
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Blue Key's 1948 production of the Bison
Brevities appeared April 12, 13, and 14, at
Festival Hall. The production, which inf
cluded such diverse entertainment as burlesque
and ballet, a minstrel show, and a humorous
satire on fraternal groups, was a departure
from recent Brevities in which musical com'
edies from the professional stage were pref
sented. Five Fargo residents with no campus
associations acted as judges: Mrs. Morris john'
song Ken Kennedy, WDAYg Mrs. Al Osborn,
J. E. Pyle, manager of ,Armour and Co., and
P. W. Lanier, Jr., attorney. judging was
based on several factors, of which entertain'
ment value and appropriateness to the show
figured most importantly.
The production staff included: Charles
Dickens, student directorg Don Horne, busi'
ness manager, Ernst Van Vlissingen, producf
tion advisor, Fred Bristol, publicity director,
Dan Stine, ticket sales chairmang and Bob
Getz, Tom Challoner, John Donnelly, and Jim
Wilkiiison, executive coordinators.
Gamma Phi's chorus and dance group strike a pose.
Blue Key production managers: Challoner, Donnelly,
Wilkinson, Stine, Horne, Dickens, Getz, Van Vlissingen.
Organizations which submitted the winning
Alpha Tau Omega
Gamma Phi Beta
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Kappa Sigma Chi
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Alpha Gamma Rho
. Kappa Delta
Kappa Kappa Psi
I. E. Pyle, P. W. Lanier, Ir., Ken Kennedy,
Mrs. Morris Johnson, and Mrs. Al Osborn.
The SAE extravaganza.
The Sigs angi their minstrel show
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little masculine hep
while the band plays o
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Formally attired couples danced to the elegant music of the Statesmen
on December 6th . . , honorary commissions were awarded to Guiclon
hierarchy , . . flags of all nations colored the ceiling and soft daven'
ports and comfy chairs provided occasions for relaxation . . . this
lavish affair was a tremendous success due to the combined efforts
of Guidon and
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A group of high school students per'
formed a waltz number for the enjoy-
ment of all.
Ball leaders Mr, and Mrs. Paul Enlow
Helen Crews and Russ Hcnningsgarcl
Manlyn and Melzar lookmg happy.
Dr. and Mrs. Schickele chatting with
Dr. and Mrs. Longwell.
Come on Marian and Blanche,
make them dance.
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Jean and Doug enjoying the well
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Greeks ...... ..,.,.....,,..... J EAN HOVERSON, BERYL Athletics ..... ....... G EORGE NOONAN, ROBERT
JEAN Sci-1wARz, JOAN EDHLUND JORDHEIM, JUNE COCHRAN
,GLORIA Cm-gws Staff Assistmmrs ...... .,.... M ARY ANN FOSSAY, CAROLYN
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Business Mcmagev ..... .......... D ALY KING
Advertising Mfmagev .. ....................... JERRY BOLMEIER
Solicitors ................................ BILL LIVELY, STAN LARSON,
DONNA JEAN NELLERMOE, MARY RANNEY,
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TRONG, BETTY JEAN NELSON
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Managing Editors N.,.,,A.,.,, VJALLACE ANDERSON, JEANNE
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Sports Editor ,,,,.., ,,..,,..,.,.,,,..,,,,.,...,, J OHN PAULSEN
Photographers ...... ...... R AY ERWIN, DON CI-IRISTENSEN
Cartoonists ..... ....,......,,., D ICK TAVIS, ED GRABER
Drama Critic ...., .....,.............................. J OYCE TINDALL
Sports Writer-s ..... ..... E ARL ANDERSON, JIM ANDERSON,
Feature Writers ..... .,.. P OLLY EDHLUND, JACK WERRE,
PAT O1LEARY, BOB SCHREINER,
BERYL JEAN SCHWARZ
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JANE SHEA, DONNA JEAN NBLLERMOE,
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' FIRST ROW: Palmberg, Engel, Torgerson, Coward, Gerber, Stegner, Kurtz, Erwin. ' SECOND ROW: Hill, Hansen, Ander'
son, Tollerud, Christensen, Kuzel, Joyce, Keithan, Theobald, Griswold.
Celebrating its first birthday on our campus is the "Y" Camera Club, which was organized February, 1947.
This organization is a sponsored activity of the YMCA.
The club started out in a crowded corner in an inside room at the Y, but finding it too hard to develop they blew
fuses and got themselves a dark room. The dark- room now occupies an entire room, complete with special wiring, a
sink and most of the equipment and facilities for photoffinishing work. The club of film fiends, along with many pic'
tures, has been well developed in its one year of existence.
Since the organization the group has met once a month to exchange hints and ideas, display mounted prints, and
listen to short lectures given by others more advanced in the photographic field. Membership has been open to all
those interested in the art of photography, whether their camera is a 'LBrownie", "Speed Graphic" or an 8 mm movie
Many of the club's members have gone further into the profession of photography. One of its former mem'
bers has gone on to a photographic school and others include Bison and Spectrum photographers.
Chief lightfswitcher in the dark room is President Ray Erwin. Understudy to Ray is Vice President Rueben
Torgeson. Ann Stegner makes photographic copies of her secretary's notes, while Hugh Hansen treasures the money.
Bob Brown verifies the good publicity which the club gets from the able work of Marion Barnes, publicity chairman,
with snappy programs.
I TERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB
9 FRONT ROW: Voll, Martinson, Smoot, Newman, Aune, Ringwall, C. Dickens, Ware, Hunter. 9 SECOND ROW: Dickens
Krzyzaniak, Low, Jacobsen, Zimmerman, Ervin, Smith, Nassif, Serrano, Siggeirsson, Lamb, Huebner. ' THIRD ROW: Treumann
Lochen, Williams, Crews, Gedeon, Anderson.
Taking care of CARE this year was the International Relations Club who sponsored a United Nations dance, the
proceeds of which went to CARE for the purpose of remitting food parcels to Europe. Pride and joy of the group is
their affiliation with the Collegiate Council of the American Association of United Nations. A banquet was held with
this group when many authorities on world affairs aired their views.
The Carnegie Endowment for World Peace, sponsor of International Relations Clubs all over the world, supplies
the school library with books on world affairs which are placed on the International Relations Club's book shelf in the
East Room of the library.
The club gobbled and gabbled over dinner plates once a month at a banquet where President Fred W. Dickens,
jr. was in charge of second helpings. Vice President Alfred O. Aune acted as head waiter at these feastffests. Keep'
ing track of the aforefmentioned second helpings was Secretary Delores Martinson, and too busy counting money to eat
was Mary Jane Low, treasurer,
Any student or faculty member who has a keen interest in international relations may belong. The club meets
on the first and third Wednesdays of every month.
Q FRONT ROW: Nickeson, Clocking, F. Olson, lane Winslow, Akason, Winslow, Pavlik, Low, Oslund. 9 SECOND ROW:
Biggs, O'Day, Maetzold, Robb, Kristjanson, Sanderson, Schuricht, Hendrickson, Olson, C. Winslowv, Fleck. 0 THIRD ROW: Rotvold,
Blume, Erdman, Neumann, Miller, Keithan, Mclanson, Krivosha, Timian.
Popularly known as the ISA, the Independent Students Association is an organization for nonfsorority and non'
fraternity students. The only cofed social organization on the campus, the ISA has a threeffolcl purpose, namely:
to serve as a channel through which students may seek and find selffexpressiong to give members of the group repre'
sentation and positions of influence in the elective offices of the college and other student activities, and to foster a
spirit of cooperation among the students and members of this group.
' FRONT ROW: Olson, Grommesh, Bednar, Watschke, Smith, Swift, Sather, Barker, Knight. 3 SECOND ROW: Sommerdorf,
Boardman, Watlalld, Signrdson, Fleener, Larson, Chapman, Myers, Anderson. 0 THIRD ROW: Paper, Broschat, Neumann, Mar'
tin, Wodnik, Wiger, Bergdahl, Maetzold, Palmerf Nelson.
The officers of ISA were: ' FRONT ROW: Biggs, Martin, Timian, Winslow. Chapman. 9 SECOND ROW:
lvlycrs, Barker, Krivosha. Q
The annual allfcollege Hobo Hop was ISA sponsored, and it provided funds for three S25 scholarships, part of the
dividends from the Hobo Hop went into a donation to the Student Union Fund. The scholarships were awarded to
three students with the most outstanding record in scholastic achievement, contribution to the student body as a whole,
and for service to the ISA.
Reinstation of the NDAC Independent Students Association to the national organization, which has its head'
quarters in Austin, Texas, followed the end of the war. ISA sent representatives to the national convention which
was held at Iowa State, May 7 and 8 this year. Highlight of the fall term was an all-college Lawn Dance, which was
the first of its kind on the campus. Other ISA entertainment and social functions have included toboggan parties,
dances, bingo, basket socials, picnics and many other springboards for diving into the social swim. Intramural sports
also felt the influence of ISA, which contributed a number of teams to the tournaments.
ISA president for the year was Roland Timian, with Deloris Barker doing the honors as vice president. Jeanne
Wiiisloxv served as secretary and the duties of historian were handled by Joy Reitan.
Scene at one of the gay
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9 FRONT ROW: Sanderson, jaster, Fredeen, Hofmann, Iverson, Skonnord. ' SECOND ROVJ: D. llse, Ilse, Miklcelsoii, Cunf
ningham, J. Schwcr, Moen, Kristjanson. 9 THIRD ROW: Schwer, Irvine, Greenheck, Schoen, Noonan. 9 FOURTH ROW:
Lawson, Bachman, Sorlic, Borland. 9 STANDING: Mrs. R. Croal, M1's, W. S. Shaw, Miss Beard.
STAFF AN NOTES CLUB
This organization was founded to stimulate musical interest and to meet the musicallyfminded students on the
campus. They meet every first and third Tuesday of the month, during these meetings the members browse through
records, do research work, and make plans for musical performances on the campus. Their aim is to increase their
understanding and skill in their chosen fields of music. These meetings are held in the music room at Festival Hall, and
the club is open to any student on the campus who is interested in music. Faculty members and guest artists from
outside the school have graciously appeared on the programs during the year.
The man with the baton is President Dick Ilse, who sends the members through their paces twice a month.
Assistant baton wiclder is Dwain Belcher who has to direct when Dick is not present. Filling her secretary book
full of notes is Carolyn Fossay, and putting money in the melody is Treasurer Lois Dickson. The girl that makes
up the programs is Lara Kristjanson, and chief director of getting acquainted is Ruby Anderson, social chairman.
Making the club known to other people is the job of Marlene Greenheck, publicity chairman.
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9 FRONT ROW: Timm, Gessner, Pavlik, Swisher, Quick, Barker, Mrs. Olson. 9 SECOND ROW: Toohey, johnson, Conmy, Hover
son, Haroldson, Marcliand, Cocking, Book.
Keeping up a busy program this year was the YWCA, a Christian service organization for all women stuf
dents on the campus. The busy bees of the group, known as the officers, are chosen from the general membership
and keep the rest of the "LivefYfers" under control through the JuniorfSenior Cabinet and the Sophomore and
Fun and food for the freshmen was the work on the first part, a Campus Sister Party held in the Log Cabin.
Next on the agenda was a Freshman Mixer which was given by the Cabinet. YWCA'ers were first to hear Jan
Bennison speak of her experiences at the annual YW breakfast. These together with many other interesting ac'
tivities were highlighted by a celebration marking the seventyffifth birthday of the Y.
During the Christmas holidays a YMfYW Kiddy Party was held, after which the students attended vesper
services. President Loretta Swisher presided throughout the year assisted by Vice President Donna Fisk, Secretary
Anita Quick, and Treasurer Margaret Pavlik. Guidance and council was given by Mrs. Clarence Olson who came
to the campus in November.
9 FRONT ROW: Iastcr, Cunninglmln, Nelson. 9 SECOND ROW: Vossler, Sonju, Erickson, Barker, Critchficld, Hunter, Fossay
9 FRONT ROW: Jester, Lundquist. 9 SECOND ROW: G. Anderson, Grasser, Almquist. 9 THIRD ROW: Woodwortlm
Anderson, Sandbeck, Carlson.
9 FRONT ROW: Vergin, Wayne, L. Strother, Dale, Irvine, Woodward, Marshall, Schoen. 9 SECOND ROW: Bishop D, H. Atwill,
Schwer, G. Strother, Sherman, Runice, Bristol, Hinlcle, Saumweber, Baldwin, Mikkclsen, Frank T. Balke, Dean Arthur H. Barnhart.
To have a better understanding of the faith and practice of the Episcopal Church is the aim of the Canterbury
Club, the religious organization of the Episcopal students on campus. They strive to serve the mission of Christian'
ity in higher education through the fostering of good will and friendship among the students and promoting ben'
evolence with other similar clubs of the church throughout the country.
Never a dull time is had at the club rooms of the Canterbury Club, when members gather for a meeting.
At one meeting Arne Lokken and other members of the International Relations Club came and spoke to the group
about their experiences and life in other countries. A sleigh ride was held at the onset of winter with snow and
sleighs presiding over the occasion.
Reigning supreme over the group this year was Dorothy Irvine, president of the club, with Harry Bristol off
ficiating in her absence. Copying the activities of the club in his little book was Jack Schwer, and chief of the
moneyfbags was John Hinkle. The Very Rev. Arthur C. Barnhart is director of the club, while faculty members
included Lt. Col. Frank T. Balke and Miss Eleanor Vergin.
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9 FRONT ROW: lngwalson, Dahl, Thompson, Grondale, I. Anderson, Ingulsrud, Swift, Barker, Rawson, Knutson, I. Nelson, Mickel-
son. ' SECOND ROW: L. Olson, Wyngarden, Dunsord, Zube, Wiger, Melhus, Trageton, Overboe, McGauvran, Skerilc, Eike, Anderson,
Holzman, Barker, DeGross, Olson. 5 THIRD ROW: Sigurdson, Vangsness, Hansen, Ketterling, Halverson, Jacobson, Stegner, K. Maetzold,
lwiaetzold, Nelson, Erdman, Olson, Knutson, Judd, Grothe, Netzer.
LUTHERAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATIO
The purpose of LSA is to strengthen and sustain Christian students in their faith through Christian fellowship.
On the agenda for LSA are weekly Sunday morning Bible studies and breakfasts, Sunday evening meetings, Thurs-
day noon "ChowfChats", and Tuesday evening poster parties. Friday evenings on alternate weeks is the time
for recreational parties in the LSA center.
This year has seen the incorporation of the Lutheran Students Foundation to assist the work of LSA. Through
efforts of this foundation a center for all Lutheran students was started. The center is located in the basement of
the college Y. It not only serves NDAC students, but also those from MSTC, the Nurses' Guild, and the business
college students. The center, which consists of a kitchen, workroom, office and lounge, is the scene of constant ac'
tivity, housing all the events and meetings.
The activities of LSA are planned by the council. Members on the council this year were Gladys Sather, Iona
Vossler, Chester Reiten, Solveig Vanvig, Alfred Steinke, Allen Temanson, Bill Provance, Karl Kereluk, Julius An'
derson, Deloris Barker, and Peter Fog. Counselor for Lutheran students is. Betty jean Halvorsen. Faculty advisors
are C. A. Sevrinson and Rudolph Ottersen. Dr. Selmer A. Berge is pastoral advisor.
' FRONT ROW: Halverson, Foster, Spilmzm, I. Vossler, Sather, Fankhanel, Boldt, Oslund, Nydahl, D. Anderson, Sandbeck, Anderson
Eissinger. ' SECOND 'ROW: Kristjanson, Meyers, Fragodt, Bruhn, Nayes, Vangerud, Olson, Hansen, Stenehjem, Mattson, Anderson
Schmidt, Stine, Vossler, Landblom, Cunningham. ' THIRD ROW: Steinke, Swenson, Krabseth, Kyllo, Nelson, Reiten, Steen, johnson
Holman, Leno, Watland, Miller, Astrup, Norstog, Griswold, Provance.
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5 SECOND ROW: R. Caldcrwood, Kloubec, Schwinkendorf, Botts, Forthun, Fleener, Edin, Dew, Daniel, D. Calderwood, G. Mar'
guardt, Leizer. 9 THIRD ROW: Lindsay, Haugen, Boardman, Matheson, Aamodt, Lavely, R. Parsons, Nordstrom, Barnes, R. Parsons,
METHODIST STUDE T FCDUNDATIO
The Methodist Student Foundation is a part of the National Methodist Student Movement and is one of
the 475 local foundations ministering to the 300,000 Methodist students in the various state colleges and universities
of America. Its purpose is to conform to the Methodist students and to help them to interpret the true Ineanf
ing of religion. The Foundation has developed a program held at the First Methodist Church every Sunday evef
ning. A social program is sponsored and its center is at the Methodist club rooms in the YMCA.
Governing theforganization is a council composed of eleven members and presided over by the president. The
Rev. Lloyd D. White acts as fullftime director of the Foundation and Rev. R. G. Hohn is the church pastor.
Many fellows and girls wielding gavels and such keep things running smoothly in the Methodist Student counf I
cil. Topping the list of officers is President Auggie Aamodt. who raises orchids when his presidential duties cease
for a moment or two. Stepping in as president in the absence of Auggie is Myrtle Johnson, vice president. Pushf I
ing the pencil and collecting coins is Secretaryftreasurer Wanda Roberts. Chief recruiting agent for MSF is Robert
Kloubec. Backing up Robert's program with a bit of publicity is Roberta Hartwell. The new members having signed
on the dotted line are kept busy by Loretta Thomas who whips up projects and Gloria Bachman who takes care of
publications. All work and no play, however, makes Jack a dull boy, so Sarah Zimmerman stirs things up with a
bit of recreation.
' FRONT ROW: Naumann, Trautman, G. Bachman, B. Roy, Lyman, Malstrom, Enzinger, Watschke, Bagley, Strada, Cusey.
' SECOND ROW: F. Biggs, Allen, Hamre, Lindsay, Ellis, Iaster, Sanderson, Hunter, Martin, Johnson, Sheldon, Dew, Holm,
' THIRD ROW: Biggs, Bogenrief, Page, C. Bachman, DeKrey, Tewksbury, Graber, Roy, Linde.
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ROW: Smoot, Brown, Began, Vv'eigel, Sauvageau, Kuzel, Leary, Tessier, Keltgen, Vogel, Mikkelson. 5 THIRD ROW: Lantz,
Myers, M. Jones, jones, Mergens, Donnelly, Vogel, Keltgen.
The Newman Club is designed to promote the spiritual, intellectual, and social welfare of students. The aim
is to bring Catholic students into closer Contact with each other, to keep its members in touch with their religion,
and to provide recreation and entertainment for them. On the Newman Club calendar every year is an allfcollege
skirt and sweater dance. The members have a communion breakfast every quarter, and later in the year they hold a
Presiding over the group was Jerry Sauvageau. Mickey Jones played the role of vice president, while Norbert
Kuzel counted coins in his duty of treasurer. Old business, new business, elections and social affairs are discussed and
planned at meetings which are held every two weeks in the club rooms of St. Mary's Cathedral.
9-FRONT ROW: Morsch, Timko, Herbison, Wallerius, Chaska, Tullius, Orth, Vogel, Durbin, O'Hearn, Kummeth. 9 SECOND
ROW: Ranney, Beky, Morrow, Vande Walle, Puhr, Ioos. Kline, Grommesh, Bedrxar. 9 THIRD ROW: Perusse, Moe, Hughes,
Bosch, De Cores, Vettel, Kuffel.
9 FRONT ROW: Winslow, Tjaden, Sommerdorf, Timm, Hembroff, Hammerud, Nelson, Fossay, Schollander. 9 SECOND ROW: i
Chambers, Kloubec, Carroll, lane Winslow, Buchanan, Olson, Winslow, Bernhoft, Meisner, Robinson. ' THIRD ROW: Engle, Dawson,
johnson, Monroe, Robinson, Baillie, Sieber.
WESTMINSTER STUDE T FOU DATIO
This year marks the second anniversary of the Westiiiiiister Student Foundation on the campus. Students at'
tending the college have had an active fellowship with others of this group, with Rev. Reuben Tjaden as their director.
The present membership of the group now consists of 225 students of NDAC, who meet every Sunday for worship
and discussion. A supper is served at six o'c1ock, followed by a worship service. Recreation is available for all those
who care to participate in various social games. Social fellowships are held once a month, featuring sleighrides, picnics
and parties. A Gospel team conducted services in Fargo and surrounding territory to promote a Christian feeling
During the year the Westminster Club was privileged to hear many interesting talks by wellfknown men of
varied occupations. Professor Carl Schmidt spoke on "A Quest for Larger Life", and Police Chief Jester gave the
group some important facts on "Good Citizenship." Later in the year Rev. Studer, director of Religious Education
on the -campus, spoke on "A Major Religion", and Dean Barnhart, director of the Canterbury Club, presented the
topic S'Preparing for Marriage."
President of the organization was Charles Winslow, with Mzirlys Timm acting as vice president. Florence Olson
made marks in her secretary book and also acted as treasurer.
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Now share their suite with two other bridge clubs-
very suite thing to do.
Salaam Ellen johnson, their supreme powerg also
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of Pub's president.
Strive to keep pace with Barbara Jo Wzilker, Miss
America of 1947. '
Try their durndest to talk as fast as most repref
sentative alum Aunt Fannie of the Breakfast
Steam about being founded in the same decade as the
Stanley Steamer, and arriving on this campus
along with hard times in 1930.
Snagged the largest sorority pledge class since the
inaugural of the quota system. '
Keep pushing their activity girls-Bev Ivlarchancl,
Shirley Prince and jo Ann f"I've been secretary
so often my fingers are worn to the bonevj Her-
igstad-finto everything possible.
Tried hard to take in some pledges this year who
weren't named Johnson,
Draw lots to see who will be cigarette girl at their
annual Nite Club party in April.
Wish they all had blonde hair.
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Christensen, and Virginia
Fitch ready to greet you
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9 FRONT ROW: Nelson, Eike, Biggs. 9 SECOND ROW: Schoen, Tullius, Carroll, Hunter McGauvran
Gronos. ' THIRD ROW: Thompson, Sarsten, Pratt, Brockmeier, Fossay, Lindberg, Madsen, Sonju Boldt
LPHA GAMM DELT PLEDGES
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Toussaint Bean Molland, Cooke.
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Hey, gals, where did you get those gains?
We gamma 1952...
Sadly miss their Mole's Hole and the peeping toms
Wiiice under prexy Seben's stern gaze.
Are proud of Joyce Bolmeier with her ten talented
toes, who also plays the Xylophone with her
Receive a hip and usually a hooray from Audre
Remme, Mary Ranney, Meta Lou Sheffield of
the cheering squad.
Practice for weeks with trainer and coach for the
annual Bromo Bowl with ATO, whom they
really took to the cleaners.
Flutter their fake eyelashes at Marilyn Collette of
Board of Public Speaking, Art Club, Phi Upsilon
Omicron, Guidon president, and an honorary
member of Theta Chi.
Brag about Jeanne 'Tm beginning to look like a
Spec" Wallerius, who also marches with Guidon,
is a Phi-U member, and belongs to Alpha Phi
Entertain every year with their Gay Nineties which
usually ends up to be a Cay Nighties.
Think they are the only ones that have weddings.
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. . ow ers 0 ing
up the men for the picture,
Sigma Chi, and engaged to one, rightfully so.
Never go out without money tucked in their stock-
ALWAYS LOOK SLICK . . . by opening bottles
with their teeth.
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Live in a discarded snuff box and are constantly
worrying about it having shingles.
Are babies on our campus even though their family
tree branches back to 1870.
Are built around Joyce Hudson, madam president of
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Think Do Martinson is running pretty close com'
petition with Mr. Arvold in LCT, as secretary
of Edwin Booth-to say nothing of her activities
in Guidon, Y Cabinet and Art Club.
Required their pledges to see "Song of Bernadette"
25 times all because Jennifer Jones is a Theta.
Celebrated their first birthday this year and adopted
the name 'lYearling" in tribute to the book of
the same name written by an alum Marjorie'
Watch with pride at the way D. J. Nellermoe
charms men with her dark eyes.
Fly kites for their queen candidates, but never get
Look bedraggeled for weeks after baking all the pies
for their annual pie party.
LCOK SMOCTH . . . by wearing vanishing cream
to class when they haven't studied.
D. I. Nellermoe gives us her ol'
Hey, Smoot, whafs the joke?
9 FRONT ROW: Forbes, Lohse, Woodward, Sittauer, Lien, Cunningham. 9 SECOND ROW Whitman
Morris Boigstiom Chisholm, Lindemarm.
K PPA ALPH THET PLEDGES
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The pledges break out into joyful song-
pleclge lesson, you know!
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Had thought about buying a club car from the
N. P. to hold their KD Diner in this year.
Are led around by their noses by prexy Slim Christ'
Gurgle over the SAE's who send them flowers
Are very smug about being the first sorority on the
Feel pretty old this year celebrating their Fiftieth
Anniversary, but don't show it at all.
Blink their black eyes at Mary Jane Shurr: Senior
Staff, Pharmacy Club, Phi Kappa Phi, and now
Mrs. Art Gall.
Think they have a winner in Loretta Swisher, YW
Pass candy quite often, but not often enough.
Shed bitter tears when the two coffins had to be
Can't see for looking now that they won the float
trophy again this year.
Are glad they have Lois Dickson, SAE Dreamline
Girlg she's good for blind dates now and then.
Are sometimes known as the cute but dumb girls-
now do you believe that?
Have Norma Cummins warble for them at all par'
tiesg she also belongs to SAI along with Mary
Have such a complicated ancestry with their mothers
and daughters that the pledges don't know who's
ALWAYS LOOK SLICK . . . by wearing cast iron
K, D. K. P. duty.
Come on, gals, it can't
be that bad.
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bl k with red
Live in a mona
Hoot hilariously when someone mentions the Hard
Times Party given during rushing.
Wonder if B. Sue Armstrong wakes up to g
Collected H4 out of 6" signs
Week in tribute to their queen and three
' during Fire Prevention
Are serenaded periodically when members get
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Point with well manicured nails at
. 'ijoanmg also of Phi- Kappa Phi,
better known as
Edwin Booth, Senior Staff, and Phi U.
just love the way Mary HHf1'i11gtO1liS nose turns up
at the end.
Are famous for
Have been waiting
through Liz Haggart.
Are headed by Iona Jean Bolton
uite a personality in Jean
their open door and luring
to inherit a station wagon
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coming Queen, Y Cabinet, and Community
Rave about the way Rosemary Sullivan does the
and Joyce Tindall
orried about jackie Brady
d of. the seniors that they give
Are so glad to be ri
them a breakfast in the spring.
weai in mud
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cl Selma Andersson, most out'
Bren a .
standing chapter personality.
A rare moment when the Kappas
were caught playing bridge.
9 FRONT ROW: Sidener, Hale, Codding. ' SECOND ROW: Bystol, Severson, Willmlng Davcul Hart
well Schwer K Herbison, Cooper. ' THIRD ROW: Hook, Herbison, Kibler, Smith, Ackerman Chnstensen
KAPPA KAPPA GAMM PLEDGES
Mary Ann Bystol
Mary Jo Sidener
Ann Gaye Smith
Knutsen, Allen, Brunsvold, Fankhanel, Rousch, Archer, Woodwortlm, Jensen.
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These Creek gals strike a signi
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Live in ai 1
Practice "You Allingu in proof of their Southern
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Have a Senior Breakfast in hopes
' ' f chaperons for
Look all over
h ' term parties.
for the right kind o
Still revolve around the Crews girls-won't they
Turn all their parking tickets over to Gwen Jester,
' ' h "da beeg boss."
who has direct contact wit
Pass candy constantly for one reason or another
-diamonds and pins that is.
on a man yearly by naming him
Get a monopoly
"Sweetheart of Phi Mu."
Won't worry if gas rationing comes back because
they have a standing invitation from Lois Alex'
ander to come in and get gassed any time.
Keep their pledges busy scrubbing their new white
Helen Crews to Panhe
ll once a week to act
H the most stared at girl on campus-Cleone
Nybeck, drum majorette.
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plays a sparkling p
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Live in ,an establishment built around a "quick
Have a monopoly on class presidents: LaVern Freeh,
freshman classg Roy Johnson sophomore classg
and Percy McLean, senior class.
Carry their good neighbor policy with the Theta
Chis to the extent of exchanging dates on a
Have a double for exfgovernor Stassen in Melvin
Make the Pied Pipers shiver when their quartette,
made up of Vic Horne, Kyle Miller, Dean
Arnsden, and Dixon Best, give out with the
Have a trap door in their huge fireplace to catch
pledges during rush week.
Think Roy Johnson is the smoothest man on campus.
Know Rufus Johnson has the weird power to sway
masses through his cheerfleading ability.
Chuckled quietly while Kyle Miller stole last' year's
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, Alice Springer.
Can relate their entire history by tracing back
through Bill Toussaint's family tree.
Walk around in their stocking feet to get the feel
of their new rug.
SAVE TIME . . . by carrying their books in a
Lee Christenson, gavel wielder
for the past year.
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Where are you off to, Bill?
FRONT ROW: Dahlin, Arnold Dordahl, Skadberg, Quarne, Wischow, Dietz., Dordahl, Mclean, Markwardt, johnson.
5 SECOND ROW: Nesheim, Stewart, Freeh, Mutchler, DeKrey, Keating, Nystuen, Tollerud, Hendrickson, Hansen, Reitan,
Strong, Almen, Stangler.
LPH G MM RHO PLEDGES
9 FRONT ROW: Benson, Bredahl, Pratt, Berdahl, Blanchard, Thonn, Donnelly, Benshoof, 9 SECOND ROW: Law,
Hart, Kurtz, Dwyer, Moen, Flashe, Seeba, Dittus, Gustafson. 9 THIRD ROW: Porter, Thompson, Brandt, Knudsen, Pitsen-
LPHA TAU OMEG PLEDGE
Alpha Tau Omega
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Live in a vault of vice with a veranda.
All speak with a southern draivvl because
chapter was founded in Richmond, Virginia.
Elected Don Horne president, because it was the
only name they could pronounce.
Are glad they have Paul Bibleheimer, Blue Key
and Student Commission member, who acts as
liaison man to the feminine set.
Have Wes McCoy, pledge trainer, cracking the
whip over pledgesg and Red Frank, who has the
thankless job of being house manager.
Think Dick Thompson is the smoothest man on
Prepare for weeks for that perennial headache to
college authorities, the Sadie Hawkins Day party.
When double dating always take a fifth along . . .
this is usually the chaperon.
Tremble when Ed Graber, social chairman, threatens
to join Alcoholics Anonymous.
Think that Nick Vujovich has a knack for acquirf
ing varsity letters, both football and basketball.
Know that Paul Thonn, leader of the Statesmen,
is the saxiest man on campus.
Live for revenge after losing the 1947 Bromo Bowl
SAVE TIME . . . by not sending their dates home
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Live out of the high rent district in a pill box on
a "half street."
Eat beans every Monday night in honor of their
national headquarters in Boston.
Chief pastime is brewing denatured alcohol in chem
lab for later experiments.
Like secluded parties . . . at some other house.
Think Charles Goetz is the smoothest man on
Know that Marty Trett's prescriptions for a good
time are the best.
Are proud of Theodore Tiegc-:n's ability to smuggle
benzedrine out of lab for "exam crammersv.
Hold three parties a year . . . but won't tell what
kind they are.
Witnessed a fight between Fortune Martineau
Gaylord Setterlund over which of the two had
first removed the burp atom from liquids.
Prescribe boosting one's vitality by taking shots . . .
preferably from a hypoderrnic needle.
Give their girl friends perfume from
desk of Robert Rose, sold under the caption,
"For A Nose, by Rose".
Wonder if the universal solvent comes in cans or
SAVE TIME . . . by setting their watches back.
cY, bob, could this be an act,
lim Craven, making use of
his little "Black Book."
Bill Gardner busy picking
up some beauty sleep.
' FRONT ROW: Krueger, Lantz, Biever, Arenson, Schmidgall. 9 SECOND ROW: Zweber, Skxbness Leathart
Askerooth Bolmske, Moe, Nelson, Wolf. 9 THIRD ROW: Solvie, Wolpert, Blackburn, Wendt Jensen
KAPPA PSI PLEDGES
' FRONT ROXV: Brunsvold, Chambers, Walluood, Ness, Miller, Symington, Nayes. ' SECOND ROW: Peterson,
Clairmont, Sad, Larson, Strom, O'Toole, Lindemann, Brun. 9 THIRD ROW: Daniels, Calderwood, Moum, Duncan, Hen'
ningsgard, Legler, Caldcrwood. 5 FOURTH ROW: Astrup, Buelow, Zimmerman, Weber, Haverluck, Seelig, Lalum,
KAPPA SIGMA CHI PLEDGES
Kappa Sigma Chi
47142 Kaffe 5175. ..
Live in the shadow of the Sigma Phi Delts but
have a house number to prove they a1'en't an
in chemistry beca ' Dunbar
Are all enrolled
is a Kappa Sig.
Think their president, Lloyd Hillier should get
another Toni. y
Take pride in mentioning jim Carlson, president ,
' Ous enskaya fan club.
of the Marie p
Have Kenny Sill, the only man attending two
colleges at one time with night duty at Con'
cordia's Fjelstad Hall.
Think that the Hanson brothers are the smoothest
men on campus.
on this campus ' d s
back in the ay
when men were men.
Are glad they pledged Clayton Kingston, who is
now house manager, Phi Kappa Phi, Who's
Z , and Saddle and Sirloin
Who, Alpha eta
Keep the piano keys dusted for the fingers of jim
Wilkixison, Kappa Sig's Eddy Duchin.
Wonder about jack Soeby, who drives a 16 cylinder
Stutz Bearcat and whose mother was scared by
a manure spreader.
SAVE TIME . . . by chewing coffee beans as they
race to class.
Hey, fellas, does tl
Blink again, they
uldn't be that ba
Akin Sigma Alpha Epsilon Baillie
Bob Nassett doing his pledge work
for the day. Total cost 14c. I
Managed to get off campus 'with their clapboard
Call their place Sing Sing because of Buck Mc'
Clintock's vocal talents.
Have warden Randy Peterson wielding the gavel
at all gang meetings.
Think they are southern belles because of their
Escape from reality by picking a Dreamline Girl
Think Bro Crosby is the smoothest man on campus
. . . and he is.
Like picnics with cold milk and hot blondes.
Inherited Clink McGeary from Minnesota U.
Are mighty proud of their one, lone convertible.
Lure dates into Les WHgl1EfqS darkroom.
I-Iaven't been able to pull their noses out of the
air since they won both trophies for Homej
coming. . I
Holler about Bob "The Spectre, who writes the
Spectator in the Spectrum" Schreiner.
Pose for all etchings drawn by Dick Tavis.
Are crazy about the KDs, send them flowers and
stuff. A ,L-
Have their laundry done at Curt Ramberg's Laun-
SAVE TIME . . . by riding jet-propelled
pogo sticks to school.
Make yourself at home Roy.
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Jerry Reinan d o e s
the honors for the
"Dreamline G i r l"
at the term party.
9 FRONT ROW: Clarence Peterson, Kenneth Deery, David Litten, William Schwader, Marshall Moore, Victor Henning, James
Anderson, Russell Parsons. 9 SECOND ROW: Gerald Thurnau, Charles Hughes, Victor Sorlie, August Aamodt, Marvin Dagget, James
Croal, Jens Tennefos, Vernon Gores, Jerry McCarthy, Frank Hayashi.
SIGMA ALPH EPSILO PLEDGE
9 FRONT ROW: Earl McClintock, Robert Fitch, James Crosby, Jerome Peckskamp, Virgil Holden, Robert Schoener, Jerry Joyce, Rich-
ard Sorlie. 9 SECOND ROW: William Chambers, Jack Von Bokern, Jack Kreiger, Dean Barr, DeWayne Peterson, Charles King, John
Styles, Paul Green. 9 Not pictured are: Charles Breyer, William Byerly, Robert Clark, Duane Grignon, Al Groethe, Robert Hastings,
Robert Heine, Bruce Johnson, Otto Kruger, Wesley Larson, Robert Ludwigsen, Eldon Melhus, Rohert Nassett, Frank Page, Curtis Ramberg.
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Borland Roel ones, Campbell, Christenson, 9 THIRD ROW: Olson, Enlow, Wickrnnn, Quzmdt, Lavelle, Voll Sandvig Law Dittus
SIGMA CHI PLEDGES
Jack N orby
Somebody is giving somebody an argument
at the Gamma Tau picnic.
We cgzgs. ..
l d in a hut on Twelfth Street, but look
to their prexy Fred Bristol to find them a
Eagerly await their annual blow of the year, the
big Loquacious Ball, when Ray McLaughlin
Point with pride to Fred 'iMy uptake is slow but
my hair is curly" Hagen.
Brag about their Blue Key members: Fred Bristol,
Sandy MaeGibbo11, Phil Swanson, Tom Chalf
loner, Bob Dawson, and John Dady.
Think Dave LaBau is the smoothest man on
Paint signs all over their house advertising their
Are crazy about girls . . . just ask them.
alore about L'Steve Canyon"
Have funny books g
all because Milt Caniff is a Sig.
Have a spring term party at Detroit Lakes, providing
they all can get dates and cars and . . .
d id handcuffs to get a fine
Fixed their trap oors ai .
pledge class to help build their house.
Gaze longingly at John Paulsen, Spec Sports Ed.g
John Korsmo, Kfdet Kernalg and Sid Cichy . . .
you know why.
Appointed Bob Fredrickson, social chairmang now
he feels responsible for all the girls they en-
SAVE TIME . . . by reserving the big booth in
Time out for a sun tan.
No, this is not the regular meeting place
Sigma Phi Delta
"Then the wee small bear said to
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Resicle in a ric
the dozens in tribute to
Eat oranges by
Are good on a toboggan party because they know
all the slide rules.
hines, blondes, brunettes, or
Are interested in mac
S ark the calendar with a high voltage social event
ACers as the Engineers' Ball.
known to ND
' inv to Little Duane
Sit' fascinated by the hour listen D
play his harp.
Hope Roger Peet will encase their house in plastic.
Think William Barr is well builtfin.
' and plenty of punch
Promise free cigars for lathes
at the Bowery Brawl.
Think Guts Gilbertson is the smoothest man on
s from Park River
Like to have the Kinsala brother
pay their dues in potatoes.
Say that Mike Pristash is still looking for a pair
of earmuffs big enough for his engineers.
SAVE TIME . . . by greasing their slide rules
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9 FRONT ROW: Sather, Sigurdson, Sundstad, Anderson, Staska, Wefald, Gall, Judd. ' SECOND ROW: Gruebele Vwfeigel A
Holman, Wiger, Rogness, Silsand, Dunford, Deyoe, Konzak, Christian. 9 THIRD ROW: Peterson, Bloomquist, Holman C hrxstenscn
Douglas Kinsala, Kinsala, Lien, Maier.
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Are entertained for hours by Newell Anderson,
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Wonder if Jim Sparks?-?
Think Frank Sinatra has a rival in Bubby Hazel.
Are proud of their basketball players: Red Bros'
trom, Dale Brostrom, Jim Johnston, Whitey
Turner, and Bob Murie.
Have the sweetest house mother Mrs. Reed.
Think Jack Williams is the smoothest man on
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contest during hell week.
Are fascinated by Bob Roach's piano plinking.
Contribute a nickle a week to Don Byrne's coffee
A "Nl.issing" Perrsons.
till looking for
Pop buttons when Daly King
Get out of their scholastic jog long enough each
year to hurl their Pig Banquet '
Have parties galore with the approval of both deans.
SAVE TIME . . . by digging a tunnel to the
prospective Panhell house early.
Professor Kucera and President King take
of their busy lives to pose
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ROW: Olson, Nickeson, Akason.
9 FRONT ROW: Hale, Borderud,
Woodward. ' SECOND ROW:
Hansen, Olson, Hull, Daley, Myrdul,
N. Westmzm, Westnian, D, Geyer,
Geyer, Jane Winslow, Carroll, Wiluf
9 FRONT ROW: B. Bednur, Snthf
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sley. ' SECOND ROW: Browning,
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' FRONT ROW: Princc, Cadicux, Duenow, Coe
Puvlik. 9 SECOND ROW: Christensen, Hcrigstad
Sanderson, Grieve, L2ll'SOl'1.. THIRD ROW: Wick
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son, Howard, Schmidt, Nelson, Knut'
9 FRONT ROW: Hill, Iensen, Tollerud, Peterson, C. Dickens, Dickens, Barrie, Carlson, LeFevre. 9 SECOND ROW: Rounds, Korb
Lunde, Kloubec, Ormberg, N. Moen, Gustafson, Moen, Flaten. 9 THIRD ROW: Stuckle, K. Lemm, Lemm, Skrien, French, Brunsber, Askew
Lee, Nelson. 9 FOURTH ROW: Triebold, Anderson, Albertson, Berg, Winge, Ford, Rosendahl, Barnum, Severson.
MEN'S RESIDENCE H LL
Mr. and Mrs. Moberg enjoy the coffee hour.
The burning of midnight oil is the rule rather than
the exception in the busy rooms of MRH. Members
of the dorm actively participate in all intramural
sports on the campus, and a social committee does all
it can to provide dorm members with an attractive
dance every quarter, it also enters a float in the
A dorm council was under the presidency of
Charles Dickens, with Erving Tedin as vice president
and Dale Brostrom as secretaryftreasurer. Mrs.
Alyce NVarncr keeps records straight as the dorm
secretary. Those watchful "checkerfuppe:rs", other'
wise known as proctors, included: jim Martin, Ing'
mar Sollin, Warreii Levasseur, George Vsforle, Bob
Schmit, and Charles Dickens.
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ning snack at the Commissary
which is inanagecl by Wally
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9 FRONT ROW: Almen, L. Johnson, Undhjem, D. Hendrickson, Kinsala, Fedje, Berg, Lindstrom. 9 SECOND ROW: Palmer, Maetf
zold, Moir, Griswold, C, Neumann, Miller, J. Sigurdson, Sad, Hendrickson. 9 THIRD ROW: Trautman, Dunford, Sigurdson, Heine,
Wiselmow, Larson, McGill, O'Toolc, Ormberg, Broschat. ' FOURTH ROW: Hintzman, Neumann, Winslow, Anderson, Langemo, Davis,
Iohnfon, Lnlircn, Smallwood, Sicber.
9 FRONT ROW: Carriere, Bly, Chaput, Herman, H. Olson, Hoversten, Richter. 5 SECOND ROW: Lindgren, Rypl-ca, Larsen, Bom
stad, Iagim, Bring, Maetzold, Borin, Timian. ' THIRD- ROW: Ivlontgomery, Kurtz, O'Day, Sonnenberg, Robinson, Hagemeister, John
son, Scott, Olson. ' FOURTH ROXV: Larson, Simpson, Paul, Webster, Iondahl, Grotlimann, Weber, Robb, Christensen.
Studying is an ezxtrafcurri-
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TR ILER CITY
Trailer City council: Leon Warner, Katherine Mclvlorrow,
Ruth Robinson, Second row: Alex Cvervold, John Knagg,
Ed Ehli, Larry Bushey.
One of the fastest growing communities
in the northwest is Trailer City, located on
the campus and surrounded by the lVIen's
Dorm, the Student Health Center, and the
The trailers are of several typesg some are
ordinary mohile jobs sans wheels, while others
have had wings added to the sides to give
them a more solidly-rooted look and to make
it easier for the people living therein to carry
on their domesticities without knocking each
Although these trailers wouldn't be cited as the best place possible to hold a foot race, they nevertheless are smack
dab on the campus and can be fixed up to be quite comfy and livable, say the people who live in them and who ought
to know. I
The total number of dwellings in the NDAC Trailer City is 172, a figure that would make some of the outlying
communities in North Dakota look like whistle stops compared to it. Seventyfnine of the structures are privately owned
and the other nintyfthree belong to the school. With a population of nearly five hundred, Trailer City can well be
classified as a town within a town. The residents of Trailer City, for the 111OSt part, have to get along without tele'
phonesg however, the handy location of the community makes it ideal for students who have just a hop and a skip to
any of their classes.
A mayor and the Trailer City council represent the residents and govern the community. The city is divided into
six wardsg elections are held every term for aldermen. Other offices that are refelected every quarter are those of
mayor, secretary, treasurer, social chairman, and publicity chairman. T ,
Like any other bona fide city, Trailer City has formed many social clubs such as the Won1en's Club, and the hub'
bies from the town have had active participation in their own sports organizations. Current mayor of Trailer City is
' FRONT ROW: the Bill Johnsons, Merle Mclvforrows, Ray Skorheims. 9 SECOND ROVV: the Russ Chambers, Cliff Wieses,
Don Mattesons, Franklin Ellingsons, Robert Roses.
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5 FRONT RCW: Crews, Martinson, Dickens, lunge, Enlow. ' SECOND ROW: Hesse, Spaulding, Johnson, Schreiner, Allen,
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EDWI BOCDTH CLUB
Founded in 1907 by A. G. Arvold for the purpose of stimulating a greater interest in dramatics on the campus,
The Edwin Booth Dramatic Club celebrates its fortieth anniversary this year. During the school year Edwin Booth N
sponsors three plays produced by the Little Country Theater, performances sponsored by the club this year were: 'ljoan
of Lorraine", "Years Ago", and "The Great American Family".
Membership is limited to fifteen upperclassmen, who are chosen on the basis of outstanding dramatic achievement
and scholarship. The club is headed by Charles Dickens, with Ruth Vxfilhan as vice president, and Delores Martinson as
secretaryftreasurer. Among the most notable of the honorary members of the organization are: Cornelius Otis Skinner,
Lawrence Tibbet, and George Bernard Shaw.
The Lincoln Log Cabin, nestled among the top rafters in Old Main, serves as the club's meeting place once a month
when members get together at a luncheon to discuss the dramatic program for the year. Also during the year the Edwin
Booth Dramatic Club entertains the visiting artists of the Lyceum series and other outstanding personalities. Members
not included in the picture are: Fred Dickens, Ruth Wilhan, Sandy MacGibbon, and Jean Hoverson.
' FRONT ROW: Iacobson, Lochen. 9 SECOND ROW: Kucera, johnson, Voll, Bloom, Netzer.
Concerned primarily with the sponsorship of campus debate, the Lincoln Club is also noted for its ability to
mix in with any form of verbal exchange. Top topic for the year was, appropriately enough, "Resolved: That a World
Federal Government Should be Established."
This year's agenda of debate tournaments took the Lincoln Club to various parts of the midwest, where repartee
and rebuttals were exchanged with colleges and universities at Grand Forks, Moorhead, St. Paul, and Bozeman,
Membership in the Lincoln Club is open to all interested students who can meet the forensic qualifications.
Not all of the Lincoln Club's verbal adventures are carried on in the stiff collar and card index tradition, many
a pertinent problem is hashed out over a cup of coffee in the soothing atmosphere of the Lincoln Log Cabin. Range
of discussion in the club is also not limited to the confines of a single 'LResolved"g rather, debates may focus on
any subject of any degree of significance. i
Student director for this year's Lincoln Club was Mayo Kucera. A. G. Arvold was faculty sponsor.
9 FRONT ROXV: XVhitman, Hadlcr, Molland, Anderson, Brrua, Kercluk, R, Frocschle, Hinkle, Christenson, Bcrdahl, Schockley, I-lor'
locker, Froeschle, D. Vossler, McCarthy, Thonn, Parson, Crews, Bovaird, Sorley. ' SECOND ROW: Zimmerman, Roash, Babinski,
Thingstad, Askew, Parsons, Klefstad, Kornbcrg, Bcardslcy, Overboe, W. Biggs, Preszler, D. Anderson, Egerstrom, V. Vossler, I. Barker,
Barker. 9 THIRD ROW: Kitterman, Smith, Palmer, Vangeruud, Stewart, Thompson, Stoa, Mensing, Kingdon, Hanson, Matteson, Pile,
Hill, Lindemann, Biggs. 9 FOURTH ROW: Nybeck, Amsden, Halvorson, Palmer, Fort, McCalley, Seiner, Wagner, Olson, Tate
Carlson, Moe, Engen, Ackerman, Nelson, Schroepfer.
For more than forty years the NDAC Gold Star Band has put the PEP in pep rallies, tootled their best at the
athletic events, and provided a whale of a lot of music both on and away from the campus. Numbering seventy, the band
literally popped out in brand, spanking new uniforms of green and gold, this gala garb arrived just before homecoming
and said festivities found the group looking and playing their best.
Besides being on hand in rain or shine for all the home football games, the Gold Star Band also performed at the
basketball encounters. Most of the band's numbers were stirring marchesg some variations were martial music with a
swing beat and solos and duets by band members,
In early March the band scooted out to Carrington, N. D., to play at a seed conference. During the Easter vaca'
tion an extensive tour was made including Barnesville, Wahpetoii, Forman, Lidgerwood, Oakes, Ellendale, Enderlin and
LaMoure. The man with the baton who has given his inspiration and energy to its success is Edward J. Schroepfer.
MEN'S C-JLEE LUB
O FRONT ROW: Huber, Geston, Zwcber, Bartlxolomay, Nelson, Best, Mi.ler. 0 SECOND ROW: Blume, Sorlie, Horne, Brown,
Ganung, Maetzold, Legler, Van Vlissingen. 9 THIRD ROW: Legrid, Anderson, Amsden, Grant, Skorheim, DeKrey, Dublin.
The MEIISS Glee Club started from scratch this year, having been inactive throughout the war years. Despite this
handicap, the glee club now includes thirty members and has given performances at the YMCA Kickoff club and at
the Little International, Saddle and Sirloin's annual extravaganza.
Ernst Van Vlissingen, glee club director, emphasizes the fact that it sometimes takes two or three years to bring a
vocal group, reactivated as recently as this one has been, up to a. former level of top performance. With this in mind,
Van Vlissingen has started the group off on light works like Negro spirituals and popular numbers. The future will
undoubtedly find the glee club making tours as it did before the War and performing with the prefvvar strength that
made it wellfknown and appreciated in this area.
' FRONT ROW: Torgerson, Eike, Low, Erickson, Marquarclt, M. Mickelson, L, Bang, Swisher, E. Johnson, I. Olson, Bang, Schwarz
Thorlicfson. 9 SECOND ROW: Teichmann, Cunningham, Hull, Mickelson, Nelson, Schmierer, Van Vlissingen, Newman, Bednar
Kristjansen, V. Olson, Book, Iaster. ' THIRD ROW: Iohnson, Hulebak, Humphrey, Bailey, Cocking, Dyste, Olson, Smith, Carlson
Brun, Dahlen, Bakke, Fleck. ' FOURTH ROW: Meiising, Vangeruud, Legrid, Brown, Porter, Nasset, Grant, Vick, DeKrey, Maetzold
Under the able direction of Ernst Van Vlissingen, the NDAC Chorus has risen from its origination in 1939
to the competent, expressive group that it is today. Students who attended the Christmas convocation last December
were thrilled by the power and virtuosity displayed by the chorus which presented a group of arrangements especially
suited for the Christmas season. To show that it was not a staid old group, the chorus pranced through a jolly version
of "jingle Bells", Van Vlissingen asserted that the Chorus kept continually breaking into this piece at practice and
so he was going to let them have their way.
Baccalaureate exercises in the spring found the Chorus presenting their program which is a part of every
year's graduation exercises. The Chorus had a chance to spread their talent around somewhat when they went on
a tour last March. Their travels took them to Carrington, New Rockford, Leeds, Rugby, XVashburn, and Bismarck.
The trip was negotiated by bus and the choristers had a good time, a group of trained singers on a bus couldn't
have anything else, Both secular and sacred numbers were included in the Chorus program for the tour. Among
the secular numbers were arrangements used by the Fred Waring chorus, Van Vlissingen testifies as to the diffif
culty of the Waring arrangements, many of the passages would give trouble to an expert soloist. Besides their campus
and tour performances, a sextette from the chorus performed on numerous occasions in the Fargoflvioorhead area.
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Commanding NDAC's RCTC unit is Lieutenant
Colonel Frank T. Balke, Professor of Military Science and
Tactics, native of Cincinnati and veteran of two World
Greatly expanded this year, NDAC's Military Def
partment now has 475 cadets training in the infantry,
air, and armored cavalry sections. Assisting Colonel Balke
are a staff of seven officers and ten nonfcominissioned
officers: Majors Burke and Davisg Captains Ebrey, Solem,
Heikkinen, and Bordeng Lieutenant Freclerickg Master Ser-
geants Coleman, Willson, and Butcherg First Sergeants
Beecher and Butler, Technical Sergeants Olsen and Nanco,
Staff Sergeant Beck and Sergeant Brown.
Maj, Davis Maj. Burke Capt. Heikkinen Capt. Solem Capt, Ebrey
Capt. Borden A Lt. Frederick lfsgf. BCCCllCf lfsgf- Butler Mfsgt' Gay Mfsgt W
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Brostrom, Owens, Knauss
Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Robert Owens commands the Battalion Staff with Cadet Major Paul Brostroin, ex-
ecutive officer, and Cadet Captain Wztrreii Knauss, assisting. Cadet officers are juniors and seniors in advanced
ROTC working toward commissions as second lieutenants in the organized reserves or regular army or air force. Com'
panies A, B, C, and D are headed by Captains Lyle Ritchie, Wallace Bcrgdahl, Floyd Robb, and Carl Lee. WXO
Ronald Moii' connnands the band unit. Meiiibers of the Color Guard are Sergeant Major Donald Wiscliow, Teehnif
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Bredell scored in less than a minute of play by scooping up a
Bison kickoff in the end zone. Minutes later Bob Heer hit Bredell
with a pass on the 25 yard line, Bredell going over, standing up.
After the kickoff Heer again completed to Bredell for 30 yards,
Drews then went off tackle from the 18 yard line to scoreg Goral
converted to 2010.
Kostka's men journeyed to Iowa City, hopeful of doing as well against the Hawkeyes as they had in 1946.
The loss of Cliff Rothrock, Little AllfAmerican, however, was too much and Iowa swamped the Bison 59f0 before
a crowd of 31,050.
The first game of the '47 Bison home season was with Gustavus Adolphus of St. Peter, Minnesota, last year's
f h 'ons The ame sponsored by the newlyfformed 'LDowntown Quarterback Club," drew a record
con erence c ampi . g ,
crowd of 7,500, largest to see an opening game at Dacotah Field. The Gusties drew first blood in the second quarter
on a march from their own 17 yard line, and in six consecutive plays scored on the Herd. A wide place kick gave
the St. Peter men a 6fO lead.
Don Bredell, stellar halfback of the Bison, put the Herd bac: into e g y
a "T" formation play. "Red" Malcolm, Gustie place kick specialist, converted after a drive from the Custie 35 yard
' ' ' three' ear eriod.
line, to give the Gustavus Adolphus gridders their twentyffourth straight victory over a y p
Playing a hardffought game with ISTC, the Herd, through the efforts of Bobby Heer's passing and running ability
and the line thrusts of Dennis Drews, carried the Bison attack through the first half with Iowa leading 716.
l th ame b running 70 yards to score from
by C . , stellar Vhalfback lc I
1 aptam Paul Moores after aoghglxgiioux, brought down
in around I-ight en
Bobby Heer, Bison quarterback, brings down Fred Halpin, NDU
halfback, who scores. Don XVeaver, freshman left halffback, and
Merle Welsli of NDU watch the progress of the play.
Going into the fourth quarter with a fivefpoint
lead, the Herd was confident of victory. The
Teachers coming back strong with Paul De Van,
Negro flash, and Bob Williams, leading the way,
managed to punch over a final period score giving
Buck Starbuck's men a 1342 win.
Favored by many sport writers to beat the South Dakota Coyotes, the Bison were upset by a 13f7 score in a game
played on Dacotah Field. Stan Kostka's charges came out in the third quarter to score a touchdown, five minutes
after the opening kickoff to make the score 7f6 after Cichy's conversion. With three minutes gone in the fourth
quarter, the Coyotes passed to score another touchdown and ran the end zone for the extra point to give a 13f7 win
for South Dakota University.
For the two North Dakota schools the "game of the yearn was played before a disappointed, yet spirited crowd
of 5,4-50. Each team tallied in every period scoring in a seefsaw fashion. The pep talk given Red -Iarrett's men during
the half must have been convincing for the Sioux set Joe Silovich running wild, scoring another touchdown giving the Uni'
versity a 19-14 lead, The Herd tried four desperate passes to Nick Vujovich, the Bison right end, but they fell short of
their mark. The gun sounded moments later to a 2520 final score.
After leading the Augustana Vikings 7f6 for three quarters Stan Kostka's Bison faltered in the last five minutes
of play and the Vikings pushed over another touchdown to eke out a 13f7 victory. The lone Bison tally came near
the end of the second quarter with Bobby Heer throwing a fifty yard aerial to Don Weaver.
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l.'n'dciztificd SDU player about to talzc
Two Bison tacklers bring, clown off for pay dirt, but there are 21 lor of
a SDU phycr with McGeury Bison in his way,
eoming up fast to lend assistance
Bobby Heer about to take a
shot at a Gustavus Aclolphus
player, with Alvie Lund comf
ing up from behind.
Dennis Drews wient over from the twofyard line to score and Alvie Lund placefkicked the extra point to give the
Bison a 7f6 advantage. Late in the fourth quarter, with the ball on their own 20 yard line, the Vikings began a drive
which ended in pay dirt, due to the line smashes of Dick Lutz and the end runs of Hanson. Hanson scored on an end
run from the 13 yard line, with Grotewold converting to make the score 13f7,
South Dakota State's Dudley Melichar pulled a Frank Merriwell stunt in the final seconds of play to give the
Jackrabbits a '7f0 victory over the Bison. The Herd played its best defensive game of the year, as the Jackrabbits could
not complete a pass against the alert Bison.
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by a host of Bison
tacklers led by Paul
Moores and Jerry
Resvick and Dick
Hanson come up
fast to lend assist'
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Dick Hanson brings down Vern Huber after a short gain.
O Iowa University
7 Gustavus Adolphus
12 Iowa State Teachers
7 South Dakota University
20 North Dakota University
O South Dakota State
Coach Stan Kostka congratulating Dennis Drews
upon his selection as Most Valuable Player.
Bobby Heer heads
for the goalfline,
but is stopped short
of a touchdown by
a NDU player.
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on Loepp, NDU captain, brings down Bobby Heer after anti' of goojxnflboup to t
a short gain around right end. 1nte1'fere12ce aki Off arou
H ead of Hd end ,
A powerful Baby Bison football team, coached by E. E. Kaiser, proved that it had some potential varsity material
on its squad, when it won four out of six scheduled games. Victories were recorded over Wahpeton and Concordia
B squads twice, and the MSTC B squad. The two defeats were at the hands of MSTC and the University of Manitoba.
The Baby Bison, in their game with the University of Manitoba, played before one of the largest crowds ever to
see a University of Manitoba football game, the attendance was estimated to be well over 9,000 spectators. The Baby
Bison who are expected to perform for the varsity next year are: Marv Flatten, Roy johnson, Dick Archie, Bob Gauche,
Louis Borcuk, Frank Noice, Alex Koich, and Kermit Odegaard.
Chalky Reed, a Moorhead boy and a former Concordia
College star, led the Bison basketball squad again this year.
Chalky has previously coached at East Grand Forks, Albert
Lea, and Fairmont high schools. Although Reed's basketball
has had a mediocre season, prospects for a good season next
year are very promising. Chalky's other duties include
football line coach and physical education instructor.
Starting basketball drills in early November, Coach
"Chalky" Reed had eleven letterxnen returning to base his
new squad. Returning lettermen included Nick Vujovich,
Paul Brostrom, Jim Johnston, Tom Corrigan and Bob Geston.
C. P, Reed Packy Schafer of Hibbing, Nlinnesota also was added to the
squad. Bill Toussaint and Dick Hanson, lettermen of the
1945 season completed the squad.
The Bison opening their basketball season against Concordia, were trounced by the Cobbers with a close score of
5553. Jake Christianson's strategy in starting his second team proved to be effective as the Cobbers outfran and outf
scored the Reedmen. Mr. Reed's charges were once again denied victory in their second game by MSTC's Dragons by
a score of 66f49. McDo11ald proved to be too much for the Bison.
Meeting Lawrence Tech early in December, the Herd held a 37f29 halfftime lead, but the Detroit cagers led by
Norm Hankins, national collegiate scoring leader, outscored the Bison in the second half and went on to win 6lf47.
Opposing the Herd on the hardwood floor of the Field House, the Bismarck Phantoms spirited on by Jim Fletcher
and Russ Anderson, both former NDAC stars, picked up a lead at the start of the game and held it throughout the
remaining periods, going on to win 4365.
The Bison scored their first win of the season, as they soundly whipped the Wahpetoxi Wildcats 6264. Red
Brostrom and Tom Corrigan played outstanding ball for the Bison.
The cheerleaders ready for the locomotive yell. The crowd experiences a tense moment while a free throw is shot.
Vxfhat goes up, surey
l must come down."
uslu and wc'll
all get up there."
Bill Toussaint shoot
in one of the
s a freefthrow
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Captain Nick Vujovich
Art Bredahl, the Superior, Wisconsin lad, out-jumps MacDonald of MSTC.
Paul "Red" Brostrom
The Bison scored their second consecutive home
win at the expense of the Miiiot State Teachers
During the Christmas holidays, the thundering
Herd played in the North Dakota Intercollegiate
Tournament in Grand Forks. The Herd suffered
defeat in the first game against Dickinson Teachers
College, 41135. The Bison came through with a
5'9f46 victory over Ellendale Normal, enabling the
Bison cagers to play the Minot State Teachers Col'
lege Beavers for the consolation championship.
The Beavers nipped the Reedmen 42-41 avenging
an earlier defeat.
Chalky Reed's cagers continued their winning
streak at home, as they tripped Concordizfs Cobbers,
54'41 before a capacity crowd. Playing their first
conference game, the Bison lost a thriller to the
SDU Coyotes, 3968, in the Field House. In a
return match on the Bison court, the Herd played
superb ball to beat the MSTC Dragons 54f46,
retaliating for an earlier defeat. Jim McDonald
and Paul Brostrom were high scorers of their
Iim Johnston IerfY DHVQUPOW Art Bfedahl
The State College eagers went on their first
road trip into conference play, losing to Iviorningf
side 59-47. Traveling on, the Reedmen played
Iowa State Teachers College and lost a lowfscorf
ing game hy a score of 4029. 'The following
weekfend the Bison stopped at Sioux Falls, S. D.,
playing the Vikings of Augustana. They held a
halfftime lead, but falterecl in the second half, los-
ing to the Vikings, 5347. The following night
at Brookings, S. D., the Herd ran into difficulf
ties with SDS's L'Sunny Jim" Schmidt, who led
his teammates with 27 points. Red Brostrom once
again proved to he the high scorer, netting 25
points for the Bison.
After two disastrous road trips, the Bison came
home and played Augustanag Reed's boys were
tired of losing and shellacked the Vikings, 57139.
Jamestown College, led by Keith Ingstad, was the
next victim of the Bison machine, falling by a
score of '74f49 in the Field House. Before a small
crowd for the MSTCfNDAC charity game for
the Infantile Paralysis Fund, the thundering Herd
came through for its second win of the season over
Roy Domek's cagers, 53151.
Vujovich and MacDonald battling it out
Red Brostrom comes through with another leftfhander.
Playing before a near capacity crowd, SDS
spoiled the evening for the Bison, as they tripped
the Herd 5347.
The opening game of the annual series found a
superior Sioux squad eking out a 3786 win over
a jittery Herd quintet. Don Meredith, freshman
from Valley City, led the Sioux scoring with 11
points, teaming with Ed Weber to tie down Red
The following night was a different storyg
Chalky Reed loosened the strings on his eagers
to trounee the University 63f4'l. Brostrom, held
scoreless in the first half, hooked in 16 points to lead
the scoring. Tom Corrigan, who played two
very good games had 10 points in the first half.
Jim Johnston had 11 and Art Bredahl had 10 to
round out a wellfhalaneed attack.
In Grand Forks the Herd was in rare form
and lashed out IL 66f61 victory.
Saturday night the University capitalized on
a eouple of breaks to win a 46f42 tilt. The pair
of games also ended the 1948 Bison-Sioux series
with an even division.
jerry Johnson Dale Brostrom
1947f 1 948 SEASON
Concordia 5 5'
Lawrence Tech 61
Bismarck Phantoms 43
Walmluctoim Science 34
Minot Teachers 42
Dickinson Teachers 41
Ellendale Normal 46
lvlinot Teachers 42
South Dakota University 39
Morningside S 9
Iowa State Teachers 40
Augustana 5 3
South Dakota State 76
Jamestown College 5 4
MSTC 5 1
South Dakota State 543
North Dakota University 37
North Dakota University 42
North Dakota University 61
North Dakota University 46
"Fair Robert" squeezes into the play
Tom Cvrrigan Bob Gaston
The "Scarlet Knight" goes up and tips the ball
to Art Brcdahl, NDAC forward.
Red Brostrom and Jack Garrett of MSTC get
set to soar up into the stratospherc.
Tom Corrigan shoots as Red Brostrom watches the flight of the ball.
Jim Johnston comes in for the rebound.
15 5 gfbwz
The "Baby Bison" basketball team coached by Stan Kostka enjoyed a rather pleasant season by winning 18 games
and losing only 6. Their record included wins over local independent teams, high scoring intramural squads, and out'
standing local high schools. In their one meeting with the University B squad this year, the Baby Bison were defeated
decisively. A scheduled return game with the Sioux at Grand Forks was cancelled due to a snowstorm as the team
could not make the trip. The Baby Bison played only five games away from home this year and they were: Walipetoii
School of Science, Valley City Teachers, Concordia B squad, MSTC B squad, and an independent team from Perf
Ivlinnesota. The final game of the year was the game with the Independent All-Stars of Perham, Ivlinnesota.
companied the team and was well pleased with the B squad as they came through with
next year are: To
elk Reed ac'
' ' Jositions
' vton, Bu
Varsity coach Cha y
a 48f28 victory.
Outstanding men on the squad who are expected to make a strong bid for vaisity 1
Dittus, allfstater from Dickinson, Duane Grignon, former Fargo High School star, Alfred Keating of Wfilipe
' vo Lyle Gilbertson of Michigan, N. Dak., Bill Windoni of Fargo, and Bob McMahan of Perha
ort of Farg ,
Serving thirteen years as an athletic director in
Fargo's city schools, Erv Kaiser came to North Da'
' kota State in 1942. After introducing a minor in
physical education last year, Mr. Kaiser has gone one
step further this year, by adding special classes to
qualify both men and women for a major in the
field of physical education.
Opening one of the most successful intramural
seasons in recent years, ten touch football teams
representing fraternities and independent organ'
izations participated in a double bracket competif
E. E. Kaiser tion. Theta Chi fraternity, an early favorite, cap-
tured the touch football crown by going through
the season undefeated and unscored upon. The
Theta Chis, boasting one of the most powerful intramural teams in recent years, picked up a total of 178 points.
Much of the credit for the Theta Chi's fine showing must go to Daly King's outstanding passing and to the top
receivers, Whitey Turner and Jim Johnston.
As the playoffs started, Theta Chi and Kappa Sigma Chi were safely entrenched as representatives of the first
bracket. In the lower bracket a threefway tie developed among Alpha Gamma Rho, the Independent Students Associaf
tion, and Alpha Tau Omega. In the playoff ATO was eliminated, leaving AGR and ISA as representatives of the
In a hardffought but decisive final game, Theta Chi proved its right to the championship by a 3OfO victory over the
AGRS. Theta Chi succeeds ATO as the intramural football champs. Last year the ATCs defeated Theta Chi in the
Theta Chi, winner of the
intramural touch football
A great amount of interest was shown this year in intramural basketballg twentyfseven teams were entered by fraf
ternities and other independent campus organizations, and because of the large number of teams, four brackets were
formed. The competition was very stiff in each bracket due to the large number of independent teams.
Eight teams competed in the playoffs. The HookfEmfCows defeated the McLean County All Stars, and Theta
Chi defeated the ATCs in the semiffinals. This placed the HookfEmfCows and the Theta Chis together for the championf
ship match. A mighty battle ensued which remained close till the final seconds of play. The HookfEmfCows nipped
Theta Chi, 3867, to take the basketball crown. Freddy Trowbridge's timely long field goals coupled with Bill Gal'
lagher's floor play proved to be too much for the Joy Boys. Whitey Turner and Bob Murrie played standout ball for
Theta Chi. The HookfEmfCows are the second independent team in intramural history to take the trophy. They sue'
ceeded the Privateers, last year's championship team.
Ten confident teams put in their bid for the volleyball crowng the play consisted of a roundfrobin tournament.
Going into the finals were the Kilroy Kids with a record of 9 wins and no defeats, Sigma Chi, Independent Students
Association, and Kappa Sigma Chi all with a record of 6 victories and 3 defeats. Wlieii the smoke of battle had cleared,
the Kilroy Kids emerged triumphantly without a loss.
The ATO basketball team which reached the SCIY1l'l1U3U5-
Introduced this year on the roster of intercollegiate sports, hockey has produced some very welcoming results.
Under the direction of Don Bredell, the team has ripped through the season with a record of five wins and two defeats.
The Bison pucksters piled up a season score of 37 to 29. Team members are: Lloyd Armstrong, Don Bredell, Richard
Christenson, Leland Delger, George Effinger, Lloyd Forness, Dick Goehl, Bob Johnson, Paul Jones, Ken Larson, Fortune
Martineau, Roger Meiiitzer, Ken Melin, Robert Olson Hugh Porter, Doug Schnell, Robert Shanks, Robert Zehern, and
Bison 2 Bemidji 1 Bison 9 Bemidji 3
Bison 10 Iamestown 1 Bison 6 Congo,-dia 1
Bison 4 St. Cloud 6 Bison 6 NDU 17
Under the direction of E. E. Kaiser, the Bison squads competed in intercollegiate gymnastics. Participating in
three meets, they won a decision over ND University 2827, and in the TrifCollege Meet at Minneapolis, the Bison fin'
ished second with 21 points, the University of Minnesota gained a top 49 and ND University had 10. At the Northwest
Gym Meet, the Bison finished third in Class "B", with Colorado University gaining first and North Dakota University
coming in second. Top man at the Northwest Meet and winner of the allfaround medal for Class "B" was Jim Minette
of the Bison. With Minette team members included: Lee Ebsen, Floyd Stevens, Richard Engebretson, and Harry Gellar.
C. C. Finnegan pointed out earlier in the season that one of the aims of the athletic department was to encourage
those interested in boxing to learn the fundamentals and to give them a place to work out. Boxers who showed piriifi
ciency in practice workfouts were given the opportunity to participate in the intercollegiate meets. Don Chambers
handled the training in the pre-holiday workfouts, while Kirk Bellows assumed his coaching duties during the winter term.
Squad members included: Frank Page, Wallace Linde, Dennis Drews, Bob Dobervich, john Kleijan, George Moilanen,
and jerry Sauvageau.
AS E B L L
Finishing the 1947 season with a five won, three lost average, Bison baseball looked forward to a bigger schedule
during the spring--one that included home and home games with the University of Minnesota. Bison baseball was tuf
tored in the initial drills by Bobby Heer and was taken over later by Stan Kostka at the termination of spring football
practice. 1947 game results were:
Bison Concordia Z Bison Wahpeton Z
Bison Mayville O Bison MSTC 9
Bison MSTC 6 Bison lvlayvilfe 2
Bison Concordia 1 Bison Wahpeton S
' FRONT ROW: Christensen, Skerlund, Lochen, Neby, Torgerson. 5 SECOND ROW: Larson, Dale, Severson, Askegaard
Thacker, Lawson, Sampson.
Organized in December last year, the NDAC Ski Club has proven to be a muchfawaitecl and popular group for the
slatfsliders which are so prevalent in this part of the country. The original idea for the club came from Clink Mc'
Cearyg Arne Lochen, Norwegian student, instilled his teaching ability into the idea and the result was a club that
now numbers over thirty.
Catering to beginners, the Ski Club is a good place for wouldfbe slalomers to cut their skiing teethg novices who
joined the club at the start are now sporting some good skiing technique. The Ski Club meets at the College Y Wediiese
day afternoons at four. On Saturday and Sunday the members adjourn to the wooded area southwest of the El Zagal
golf course where they get downftofearth contact with the finer points of managing the hickory. The Ski Club has also
journeyed to Hawley, Minnesota, which is enamored of the rolling, hilly type of terrain that is ideal for slalom and
The archery class
Class work was designed to appeal to individual interests and to promote a greater appreciation for skill in sports.
The WO1HC!llS Athletic Association, an organization sponsoring physical activities in the form of recreation, is open to
any woman student who desires to participate actively in recreation outside of class. Sweaters and letters are awarded
each year for evidences of outstanding athletic proficiency.
The girls' basketball team traveled to Grand Forks to tic the University's team early in March. Doris Thompson,
who tossed in a basket with twelve seconds to play, saved the day to make the final score 17f1'7. The lineup included
Faye Tallackson, Doris Thompson, Ruby Anderson, LaVernc Zable, Mary Kummeth, Muriel Glson, Dora Dyste, and
Winnie Wayxie. At the same time the badminton team made it four wins and four losses to tie the University
team in a series of games played in Grand Forks. Playing on the AC team were: Doris Thompson, Shirley Schultz,
Mary Ranney, Pat Lee, Rosemary Sullivan, Margo Brunskill, Eunice Lundquist, Jane Grcenshiclds, Delva Howard,
Mavis Knutson, Gloria Anderson, Beverly Sandbeck, Mary Kummeth, and Mildred Bednar.
The badminton class relaxes
while the cameraman takes over.
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The Bison wishes to acknowledge its indebtedness to the following Fargo and Moorhead business firms whose fi'
nancial support has helped make possible the publication of the book. These firms who have helped us in this manner
are deserving of the patronage of all the AC student body, the faculty and friends. We urge you to trade with them.
Allis Chalmers Mfg. Co. 302 N P Av .,............ 4239
Dakota Tractor Eff Equipment Co. 610 N 13 .... 6494
Fargo Implement Co. 715 4th Av N ..........,.,..... 2f1627
International Harvester Co. 804 lst Av N ........ 6436
Myhra Equipment Co. 1425 Front ......,............. 6663
W. W. Wallwork Inc. S20 N P Av ................ 7373
625 Center Av Mhd..3f1541
Tip Top Baking Co. 310 N P Av ......... ........ 2 '0385
Dakota National Bank 51 Bdwy ............. ........ 2 '2458
Fargo National Bank 52 Bdwy .........,...,.. ..... 4 214
First National Bank E? Trust Co. of Fargo
15 Bdwy ..........i.........,. 2f2421
BARBER Ee? BEAUTY SHOPS
Malchow 3 Fretland's Barber E5 Beauty Shop
102 Bdwy ................ 7589
Grand Recreation Parlor 620 lst Av N ............ 755 8
BUILDING ff? LOAN ASSOCIATIONS
Gate City Building E? Loan Assn. 73 Bdwy ...... 5328
Interstate Business College 114 Robts ................ 2-2477
Northern Transit Co. 216 N 11 ......... ..... 6 493
CIGARS E? CANDY
Frank McKone Cigar Co. 628 1st Av N ............ 4261
Bon Valet Cleaners 527 Bdwy .........,................,. 2'1846
924 lst Av S Mhd ............ 3-0112
Reed Cleaners 63 Roberts .............,............ ..... 6 376
1233 N 13 .............,........ ..... 5' 700
324 1st Av N Mhd ......... ..,..... 5 '1437
Dakota Clinic 702 1st Av S ........ .,... 6 466
Fargo Clinic 807 Bdwy ........... ..... 7 341
B.P.O.E. No. 260 102 N 3 i,A,-,. .-,, 7 S09
COAL E99 COKE DEALERS
Oscar H. Kjorlie Co. 220 N P Av ,.,,.,, Algl 6 407
Cass Clay Cofop Creamery Assn.
902 lst Av S Mhd ............ 311385
Fairmont Foods Co. 101 N S Mhd ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 11511
deLendrecie, O J Co. 620 Front ......,.,. .,,, 6 453
Grant, W T Co. 108 Bdwy ..,.,,,,...,.. ,,,, 7 397
Kresge, S S Co. 54 Bdwy ...... .... 6 395
Moodyls Bdwy Es? Front St ......... ..., 7 331
S fr? I., CO. 9 Bdwy ........,.,,.,., ,,,, 4 908
Broadway Pharmacy 74 Bdwy .,...,.... ,,,, 7 371
Fargo Drug Co. 608 Front ............. .... 4 241
Foss Drug Co. 23 Bdwy .................... ..., 6 679
Postal Pharmacy 641 1st Av N ........ ..., 6 461
Service Drug Store 524 Bdwy .......... .,.. 4 417
Smith Follett Ee? Crowl 309 Robts ..........,,.......... 24048
ELECTRIC LIGHT 6? POWER COMPANIES
Northern States Power Co. 612 N P Av ............ 5 311
Briggs Floral Co. 721 Center Av Mhd .............. 3f1373
Fargo Floral Co. 635 lst Av N .................. .... 6 401
Shotwell Floral Co. 3 S Bdwy .......... .... 6 603
Fargo Food Es? Equipment Co. 503 N 8 ............ 5583
Hoenck Fur Store 57 Bdwy .............. ........ 5 454
Papermaster Furriers 223 Bdwy .......... ....... 2 '2034
Bergstrom E? Crowe Furniture Co. 208 Bdwy .... 4747
Levitz Furniture Co. 414 Front .......................... 7571
Luger Furniture Co. 12 Bdwy ............................ 5363
Weisman Furniture CO. 713 FrO11f ..,..---. --.----- 2 '3231
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Red Owl Super Market 12 S Bdwy
Vic's Market 502 N 13 .......................
Carlisle EL? Bristol 67 Bdwy .......,.........
Harrington E? Houghton 4 S Bclwy ,........
Scheel's Hardware 212 Bdwy ............... ...,.... 2 f2119
Graver Hotel 123 Robts ...... .... 5 551
A W Crary Agency 20W Bdwy ......... .... 6 644
Martinson's Jewelry 4th E? Center Av Mhd .... 3f165 4
W1mH1C1',S Jewelry 610 Front ...........,..............,. 2'2008
Model Laundry E3 Cleaners 633 N P Av ............ 7578
Fargo Linoleum Co. 616 2nd Av N .................
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HawkinsonfSoll5erg Co. 514 Front ...,.,,.........,... 4596
Howards Clothing 119 Bdwy ..............,..........,.. 5834
Palace Clothing House 410 Center Av Ivlhd .... 3f145 2
Stern, Alex Ed? Co. 22 Bclwy ...........................,.... 2f2505
Straus Company, The 70 Bdwy ..........,....... .... 4 675
Waldo11's Clothing 404 Center Av Ivlhd ............ 34384
Fargo Forum 101 N 5 ........ .... 7 311
Whitiiig Office Supplies 612 lst Av N .,..,,,,,... 5050
Fargo Paper Co. 26 N 8 ......... .... 4 251
Dakota Photo Engraving Co. 303 Robts .......,.. 2f05 87
McCracken Studio non Bdwy .......... ...,,.. 2 fO645
Scherling Studios Inc. HSM Bdwy ....,.,,, ,,,, 2 4293
Voss Studio 313 Bclwy ............,,..,,.,,,,,., -,,, 6 523
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Epko Film Service 631 N P Av ........................ 5045
Sornsin Co. 116 Robts .......... ..... 4 429
Knight Printing Co. 619 N P Av .....,.. ..... 7 359
Pierce Co., The 1019 Ist Av N ........ ......... 5 586
Ulsaker Printing Co. 315 Bdwy ......,....,,...,...,... 24146
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WDAY Inc. 8th Flr Black Bldg ....................,.,. 5357
A C Hasty Tasty 1211 N 13 ........ ......,.. 4 535
Ceres Hall Cafeteria 1216 N 13 .,... ......... 2 2032
Fargo Cafe 65 Bdwy .....................,....v........ .i.... 8 842
Gopher Grill 418 Center Av NIhd ......,............. 3'O613
Grand Recreation Parlor 620 lst Av N ......,r.... 7558
Graver Hotel Coffee Shop 119 Rohts ........,....... 5403
Knerr, Frank O., Cafe EL? Ice Cream Store
604 Front ................ 2f2664
Rex Cafe 202 lst Av N Mhd ............................ 3-1245
Silver Moon Cafe 304 Ist Av S Mhd ........,......, 3'2295
Smoke Shop Cafe 507 N P Av .............,..... ..,,.. 6 459
YfDugout 1203 N 13 ............... ,..,,. S 467
A C Book Store NDAC Campus .................... 6411
Northern School E? Equipment Co. 17 N 8 ........ 2f25 27
Interstate Seed Eff Grain Co. 417 Front .............. 4431
Magill Eg? Co, 8 S Bdwy .................... ...,.. 6433
Erickson's Standard Service 604 6th Av N ...,,... 24963
Long's Oil Co. 815 Bclwy ,..............................,..,. 6370
706 Service 715 N P Av ...,..... ..,... 6 471
Cook Sign Co. 1418 Front .....,... ...... 5 323
Aquarium 25 N 4 Mhd ...,.................... ......,., 3 4389
Bill's Club 408 Center Av Mhd .,...,,. ,...,..,. 3 -1732
Bison Tavern 20 Bdwy .....,.,,.,.,,...,,. ,,,,,,,,, 5 509
Waldorf 708 Front .............,...... ,,,,,.,,, 2 12,463
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Hughes Store 222 Bdwy ...,,......,..,.,,,., ,,..,.,,, 2 fO686
Rose Shop 627 lsr Av N ..,,,.,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 2,1351
Store Witliout A Name Walker Bldg ,..,.,, .,.,. 4 263
STUDE T DIRECTORYI DE
Aadlund, Wallace fAASfSophj Moorhead, Minn.
Aamodt, August fAASfFrJ Fargo, 146, 184, 223
Aamodt, Marjorie Ann fl-lEfSophJ Fargo, 156
Aanderud, Claribel fHEfSophj Fargo, 65
Aanderud, Wallace QAgrfFrJ Fargo, 51
Aas, Conrad QEE-Jrj Fargo, 186
Aas, Gloria fAASfJrJ Fargo, 75, 78, 103, 129, 156
Arntson Cortland fAgr-Gradj Fargo
Arnquist Willard fMEfSophJ Hoffman, Minn.
Asker, Donald fEEfJrJ Fargo
Askerooth, Rex fPhfSophj Battle Lake, Minn., 178
Askew, Jack fArchEngfJrJ Fargo, 80, 215
Askew, Robert fAgrfSophJ Casselton, 200
Askland, Odean fAgrfSophJ Argusville
Astrup Donovan QAgrfFrJ Grenora, 53, 145, 179, 223
Astrup, Leonard fPh'JrJ Grenora
Aasen, Lynn fAgr'SophJ Alexander
Aaser, Joy fHEfFrJ McVille, 65, 199
Aaser, Martin fAgrfFrJ McVille, 222
Aasmundstad, Harold fAgr-Sophj Devils Lake, 203
Abrahamson, Dorothy fHEfJrJ Walupeton, 65, 199
Abrahamson, Margaret Belfield, 154
Acker, Donald fAdEngfJi-J Fargo, 186
Acker, Mrs. Jane Skinner QAAS-Srj Fargo, 34
Ackerman, Harold fAgrfFrJ Wishek, 222
Ackerman, Betty Lou fAAS'FrJ Fargo, 166, 215
Ackerman, Robert fAASfFrJ Fargo, 224
Adams, Max fAASfFrJ Park River
Akason, Gwen fHEfSrj Hillsboro 34, 65, 134, 196
Akin, Phillip fEEfSophj Moorhead, Minn., 182, 221, 223
Alander, Robert CArchEngfSophJ Minot, 73
Albertson, Vernon fEE'SophJ Twin Valley, Minn., 200, 221, 223
Aldrich, Harlan fEEfSophJ Moorhead, Minn.
Alexander, Lois QAAS-Sophj Fargo, 168
Alexander, Walter fAgrfFrJ Spring Rock
Allen, Carolyn fAASfSophj Fargo, 155, 212
Allen, Marilyn fHEfFrJ Goodrich, 147, 167, 199, 212
Allen, Roger fCEfFrJ Fargo
Allensworth, John fArchfFrJ Linton, 59
Alm, Carol QHEfSophJ Fargo
Almen, Lennart fAgr-Sophj Park River, 53, 172, 201
Almquist, Lorraine fHEfSophJ Fargo 141, 152
Amborn, Kenneth fArcl1EngfSophJ Wlieaton, Minn., 59
Amsden, Dean fAgrfJrJ Lodgepole, S, Dak., 52, 170, 216
Amstrup, Harold fAgrfSophJ West Fargo
Amstrup, Robert fAgrfSrj Fargo, 52
Amundson Ra Arch' r Far o
, Y f 1 1 g
Alice fHE'SophJ Cooperstown, 65, 134, 196
Anderson, Birger fMEfSophJ Fargo, 190
Anderson, Byron QAASfSrj Kindred, 34, 200
Anderson, Daryl fAgr'FrJ Reede1', 222
Anderson, Donald fAASfFrJ Litchville
Anderson, Dorothy fHEfSophj Fargo, 65, 145, 162
Anderson, Earl A, QAAS-Sophj Fargo, 133
Anderson, Earl L. fAgrfJrJ Buffalo, 102
Anderson, Earl W. fArchfFrJ Fargo
Anderson, Eunice QHE-Jrj Amenia, 64, 82, 158
Anderson, Gerald C. QAAS-Frj Leeds
Anderson, Gerald O. fEE'SOpl1J Ft. RHHSOIII
Anderson Gloria fHEfSophj Fargo, 65, 75, 105, 141, 145, 162
Anderson, Gordon fPhfFrJ Minot, 143, 216, 222
Anderson, Harlan fPhfFrJ Fargo
Anderson, Irene QHE-Jrj Ray, 64, 86, 144, 198
Anderson, Jacqueline fHEfSophJ Aneta, 164
Anderson, James E. fPhfJrJ Aberdeen, S. Dak., 201
Anderson, James H, fAASfFrJ Fargo, 184
Anderson, Julius fAgrfSrJ Fargo 139, 145
Anderson, Kenneth fChfSophJ Fargo
Anderson, Lyle fPhfSophj Minot
Anderson, Malcolm fAgrfSophJ Center, 74
Anderson, MargaretfHEfSrJArnegard, 23, 34, 64, 78, 82, 85, 199
Anderson, Marvin fPhfJrJ Hoffman, Minn.
Anderson, Maurice fAgr-Sophj Upham, 53, 102
Anderson, Newell fAASfFrJ Davenport, 192
Anderson, Norman fPhfFrj Forman
Anderson Orren fAgr-Frj Brocket, 50
Anderson, Robert C. fAgrfFrJ Mahnomen, Minn., 198
Anderson, Robert J. fArchEngfJrJ Fargo
Anderson Roy fPhfJrJ Minot
Anderson, Ruby QHE-Sophj Petersburg, 65, 105, 141, 144, 152
Anderson Thomas fArchEngeSophJ Jamestown
Anderson, Vernal fAgrfSophJ Gwinner, 52
Wallace fAASfSophJ Moorhead, Minn., 125, 128
Clark QPhfGradj Minot, 83
Augustad Maxine QHE-Sophj McClusky, 65, 168, 198
Ault, Robert fAgrfFrJ Cavalier, 102
Aune, Alfred fAASfSrj Langdon, 34, 133
Aune, Duane fAASfSophJ Langdon, 191
Aune, Herbert QAAS-Sophj Fergus Falls, Minn,
Babinski, John fAgrEng-Frj Voss, 215, 224
Babitzke, Douglas fPhfSophJ Wisluek, 203
Bachman, Clyde fAdEng'Jrj Fargo, 147
Bachman, Gloria fHEfJrj Fargo, 65, 75, 137, 147
Baenen, Eugene fAgr'Sopl1J Jamestown
Baer, La Moyne fAASfFrJ Gackle, 223
Baglien, David fAAS'SophD Leeds, 203
Chan fAASfSophj Bemidji, Minn., 228
Glenn fEEfSophj Fargo, 149, 182, 217, 222
Baker, Leo fAgrfFrj Ada, Minn.
Bakke, Donovan fEEfJrJ Fargo, 204, 217
Edgar fMEfJrJ Fargo
Baldwin, David fAASfSophJ Fargo, 142
Peter fCE'FrJ Hillsboro, 191
Banasik, Orville fChfGradJ Langdon
Bang, Lois fHE'SophJ Oakdale, 64, 158, 217
Bang, Shirley QHE-Sophj Oakdale, 64, 158, 217
Barbee, Alfred QAAS-Sophj Fargo
Barker, Deloris fHE'SrJ Harwood, 32, 34, 64, 81, 82, 85,
95, 134, 140, 215,
Barker, Joyce fHEfSophJ Harwood, 65, 144, 215
Barker, June fHEfFrJ Harwood, 64, 141, 144
Barnes, Marion QAAS-Srj Valley City, 34, 72, 164, 196
Barnes, William fMEfSrJ Fargo, 61, 62
Barney, Milton fAgrfFrJ Petersburg
Charles fPh'FrJ Glencoe, Minn., 200
Barr, Burton KAAS-Frj Cooperstown, 73, 223
Barr, Dean fAASfFrJ Fargo, 184
Barr, William fCh-Gradj Cooperstown, 34, 57, 188
George cCl1ElH'JfJ Fargo
Barrie, Ed fMEfFrJ Fargo, 200
Barstad, Ralph CAAS-Frj Fargo
Barstad, Torlief QEE-Sophj Almont
Bartholomay, Tom fAgrfSophj Leonard, 52, 216, 223
Basch, Charles fAASfFrj So. St. Paul, Minn,
Bast, William fAgr-Frj Steele
Bastyr, Rita CAAS-Srj Mahnomen, Minn., 34, 77, 198
Bata, Joseph fEEfFrJ Dresden, 223
John QAASfSrJ Fargo
Baumler, Edwin fAgrfSophj Wheatland, 51, 52, 74
Richard fMEfSophJ Fargo, 191
William QEE-Sophj Tower City
Beals, Duane fAgrfFrJ Thief River Falls, Minn,
Beals, Robert fArchfSrj Fargo, 59
Bean, Mavis QHE-FrJ Fargo, 155
Bean, Rodney fAdEng-Sophj Fargo, 185
Beardsley, Donald fPhfSrJ New Rockford, 34, 176
Beardsley, William fPh-Sophj New Rockford
Wesley fAAS'FrJ Fargo, 223
Beck, Connie fHEfFrJ Fargo
Beck, James fAASfJrj Fargo
Beck, Lyle fAgr-Gradj Fargo
Becker, Clarence fAgEngfGradJ Fargo, 49
Becklund, Thornton fEEfFrJ Almont
Beckstrorn, Victor fEEfSophJ Fargo
Bednar, Blanche fHE'FrJ Lidgervvood, 65, 196
Mildred QHEfSophj Lidgerwood, 65, 134, 148, 196, 217
Robert fEEfSophJ Fargo
William fAASfFrJ Fargo
Russell fMEfJrJ Jamestown, 61, 62
Behlmer, Norman fAASfSophj Fargo, 222
Andrews, Mark fAgrEngfSrJ Fargo, 49, 53
Archer, Elizabeth QHEfFrJ Finley, 50, 65, 146, 167, 197
Archer, LaDonna QHEfSrj Maddock, 34, 168
Archer, Ralph fMEfFrj Finley, 62, 73, 222
Archie, Richard fAdEngfFrJ Hibbing, Minn., 185, 223
Arenson, Merlyn fPhfFrJ Hoffman, Minn., 222
Arlien, Osborne fAgr'Fl'2 KHOX, 7-19
Armstrong, Betty fAASfSophJ Fargo, 72, 126, 129, 164
Armstrong, Lloyd f1vlE1FrJ Fargo
Arneson, Allen fAAS-Sophj Hillsboro, 191
Arneson, Edith fHEfJrJ Moorhead, Nlinn.
Arneson, Helen QHE'Frj Moorhead, Minn., 65, 155
Beine, James QAgr'FrJ Reynolds, 50, 222
Belcher, Dwain fMEfSophJ Grandin
Bell, Arnold fAgrfFrJ Lark
Bellows, Kirk fAgrfSrJ Churchs Ferry, 32, 96
Bemis, Rowland fAdEngfJrJ Fargo, 186, 222
Bengson, Wendell fAASfFrJ Esmond
Bengtson, Carl fAgrfSophJ Battle Lake, Minn
Bengtson, Richard fAAS'SophJ Fargo
Bennett, Paul fMEfJrJ Milnor
Benno, Robert fPhfJrJ Minot, 174
Benshoof, James fAASfSophJ Fargo, 173
Benson, Leland fChfSophJ Milton, 173
Bentz, Gordon fAgr'FrJ Harvey
Berdahl, Richard QAASfFrJ Fargo, 215
Berg, Arnold fArchfSophJ Hawley, Minn.
Berg, David fPh'SophJ Middle River, Minn., 201, 223
Berg Gordon QAASfFrJ Pekin, 102, 139, 222
Berg, Jerome CAAS'Frj Hatton
Berg, Lloyd fAAS'Frj Fargo, 223
Berg, Robert J. fArchfFrJ Moorhead, Minn.
Robert L EE So h Twin Valle Minn 200, 221
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Bergdahl, Wallace QAAS-Sophj Cando, 84, 134, 222
Berger, Donald CArch'FrJ Oakes, 222
Bergh, Maurice fMEfSrJ Moorhead, Minn., 34, 61, 62, 104, 188
Beringer, Robert QEE-Jrj Hunter
Berky, John fAAS'JrJ Fargo, 223
Bernhoft, Doris Cavalier, 64, 149, 197
Bernhoft, Orval QPhfFrj Cavalier, 223
Bertel, Charles fAASfSophj Fargo, 92, 101, 104, 186
Bertelsen, Keith fPh'FrJ Steele, 222
Best, Dixon fAgrfJrJ Walhalla, 52, 74, 84, 170, 216,
Best, Naomi fAASfSophJ Walhalla, 199
Beynon, Gwendolyn fAgrfSophJ Fargo
Beynon, Mervyn fAASfSophj Fargo
Bibelheimer, Paul fAAS'SrJ Linton, 34, 94, 99, 174
Bickler, Leo fAdEng'SophJ Linton
Biddick, Bruce CPhfSophJ Thief River Falls, Minn.
Biever, Richard fPhfSophJ Harvey, 178
Biggs, Florence fHEfFrj Fargo, 65, 131, 147, 154, 215
Biggs, Walter QAgrfSrJ Fargo, 73, 215, 224
Biggs, Walter QAgrfFrj Fargo, 93, 147, 185
Bilden, Paul fPh'FrJ Northwood
Bird, Betty QAAS-Frj Bismarck, 198
Bishop, Charles fArchfSophJ Pequot Lakes, Minn., 59
Bishop, Frank fAgr-Sophj Bisbee, 51
Bishop, Keith fAASfSophJ Fargo
Boyer, Clyde fAgrfSophJ Leeds
Boyle, Bette CAASfFrJ Fargo
Braasch, Alfred fCE'JrJ Fargo, 35
Bracht, Bud fME'SophJ Chaffee, 102
Brady, Jacqueline fAAS'SrJ Fargo, 35, 164
Brady, Lorraine fChfSrj Moorhead, Minn., 35, 57, 81
Bransted, Cecil fAgrfSophJ Amenia
Brandt, Fred fAgrfFrj Minot, 173
Brandt, Owen CAAS-Sophj Fergus, Falls, Minn.
Brannan, Leo fAAS'Sophj Fargo
Bredahl, Arthur fMEfSopl1J Fairmont, 173, 237
Bredell, Don fAgEngfJrJ Fargo
Brehmer, Hilmer fAASfFrJ Fargo
Brey, Richard fPhfSophJ Minot
Breyer, F, Charles fAASfSophJ Fargo, 223
Breyer, N. Paul fChfSophJ Fargo
Brezina, Gerald fCEfFrj Osnabrock, 222
Bridgeford, Jerome CAAS-Frj Fargo
Brierly, Bryan fAASfSophJ Fargo, 186
Briggle, Leland fAgrfSophJ Kenmare
Brightbill, Dalton fMEfFrJ Cando, 223
Brigl, Clemens fAgr'SophJ Huff, 52
Bring, Harold fAgr'Frj Galesburg, 202, 222
Bristol, Fred fChfJrj Fargo, 57, 75, 142, 186, 222
Bristol, Harry fAAS'FrJ Fargo, 93, 185, 222
Brittenham, George fEEfSophJ Georgetown, Minn.
Brockmeier, Patricia CHE-Sophj Jamestown, 154, 198
Brodek, Louis fHE'FrJ Fargo, 64
Brome, Marion fAASfFrJ Kulm, 57
Brophy, James QME-Jrj Fargo
Broschat, Myron fEEfSrJ Cathay, 35, 60, 81, 174
Broschat, Richard fMEfJrJ Cathay, 61, 62, 134, 201
Brostrom, Dale fAASfSophJ Valley City, 96, 238
Brostrom, Paul QAAS-Srj Valley City, 25, 35, 76, 84,
Bjelland, G. Elaine CHEfJrJ Jamestown
Bjelland, Leo fCh'GradJ Jamestown
Bjore, Orton fArch'Sophj Fargo
Bjorgen, Ruth fAASfFrJ Fargo, 164
Bjork, Lila fAAS'FrJ Fargo
Bjorklund, Jean fAA8fSrJ Fargo, 34, 78, 164
Bjorlie, Arnold fAgrfSrJ Pekin, 34, 102
Bjorlie, Peder QArch'FrJ Pekin, 50
Bjorneby, John fAgrfFrJ Grafton, 191
Biornstad, Bruce fArchEngfJrJ Oakes, 34, 192
B'ornstad Chazles CE Si Arne aid 34 204
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Bjornstad, Lawrence fCEfFrJ Fargo, 223
Blackburn, Harvey QPhfFrJ Miles City, Mont., 178
Blake, Leslie fArchEngfJrj Underwood
Blanchard, Donald fCh-Frl Fargo, 173
Blanchard, Kenneth fAAS-Gradj Fargo
Bleese, Hubert fAgrfFrJ Enderlin, 222
Blegen, Joy Fargo
Blomquist, Curtis QEE-Sophj Kulm, 62, 188
Blornquist, Jim fArch'Eng'FrJ Minot, 59, 190
Blume, Harold fAgr'Frj Glenburn, 102, 134, 143, 2
Bly, Mahlon QAgrfSophJ Madison, Minn., 202
Boardman, Robert CAgrfFrJ Dunseith, 134, 14-6
Alvin AAS So h Coo erstown 192
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Boe, Edsel fAgr-Srl Cooperstown, 34 ,
Bogan, George fAAS'SophJ lvloorhcad, Minn., 192
Bogenrief, W. Robert fF.EfSrJ Fargo, 35, 174
Bohlig, Jane fHEfSrJ Minnewaukan, 35, 162
Bohne, Alvin fPhfSophj Staples, Minn.
Bohrer, Walter fArchfJrJ Stanton, 59, 174
Boldt, Bonnie fAASfFrJ Fargo, 143, 154
Boldt, Delores fHEfSophJ Jamestown, 145, 197
Bolinske, Earl fPhfJrJ Rugby, 178
Bollingberg, Berdeal Bremen
Bolmeier, Gerald fAAS'JrJ Absarakee,
Bolmeier, Joyce fAASfJrj Fargo, 129, 156
Bolton, Iona Jean fAASfSrJ Fargo, 24, 35, 72, 85, 100, 103,
Bomstad, Allen fAASfFrj Kenmare, 202
Book, F, Lucille fAASfJrJ Rugby, 35, 140, 217
Booth, George fAASfJrJ Fargo
Borchert, Eleanor Valley City, 64
Borcuk, Louis fAASfFrJ Windsoi', Vt.
Borderud, Virginia QHE-Frj Davenport, 65, 155, 196
Borge, Donald fCEfSophJ Flasher
Borgstrom, Nita fHEfFrJ Fargo, 160
Boriin, Ralph fArchEngfSophJ Chisholm, Minn,, 59, 202
Bork, Dorothy Ann CHEfJrj Edgeley, 64
Bork, Ervin fMEfJrJ Edgeley, 180
Bork, Melvin fAgr-Sophj Edgeley, 52, 170
Borland, William fAAS'FrJ Albert Lea, Minn., 137
Borman, Bruce fAASfSrJ Fargo, 35, 174
Borman, Donna fHEfSophJ Fargo
Bosanco Eu ene EE r Mott 60
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Bosch, Francis fAgrfSrJ Linton, 35, 51, 53, 102, 14-8
Botts, John fMEfSrj Aberdeen S. Dak., 35, 61, 62, 90,
Bovaird, Mawellc fHEfSophJ Hillsboro, 158, 215
Bower, Gerald fAgr'Srj Galesburg, 35
13, 216, 222
Mont., 104, 126, 192
192, 221, 236
Brovold, Everett fPhfSophj Portland
Willard fCEfFrJ St. Thomas
Donald fEEfSophJ Oakes
Doris fAASfFrj West Fargo
Glenn fPhfSophJ Halstad, Minn., 176, 216, 217
James fAASfSophJ Hope, 186
Brown, Leslie QChfFrJ Nisswa, Minn.
Brown, LeVerne fCh'JrJ Medora, 148, 192
Brown, Robert fCEfFrJ Jamestown
Brown, Robert L. fAgrfSophj Spicer, Minn,
Browning, Evangeline fPhfJrJ Fargo, 67, 79, 196
Browning, Walfred fAgrfFrj Anamoose, 143, 222
Brua, Philip QME-Sophj Fargo, 80
Brua, Shirley fHEfSophJ Fargo, 128, 162
Bruce, William fCEfSophJ Dallas, S. Dak.
Bruhn, Harry fAgr-Sophj Elgin, 51, 130, 145, 170
Brummond, Dewey fChfSophJ Denbigh
Brun, Robert fMEfFrj Enderlin, 179, 217, 223
Brunsberg, Lloyd CPhfJrj Fertile, Minn., 200
Brunskill, Margaret QHE-Sophj Fargo, 154
Brunsman, Marion QHE-Srl LHIVIO-Ll1'B, 35, 168
Brunsvold, Homer fME-Frj Alexander, 179, 223
Brunsvold, Joanne KAAS-Frj Fargo, 167
Brush, Dewey fAASfFrJ Fargo
Bryn, Kenneth fAgrfSophJ Devils Lake, 170, 203
Buchanan, Irene QHE-Sophj Hazelton, 149, 197
Buchanan, Raymond fAgrfSrJ Fargo, 35, 52, 74-
Buck, Richard CAAS'SophJ Fargo
Buehler, Donald CAAS-Sophj Washburn
Buehler, Paul fAASfSophj Washburn, 221, 222
Buelow, Frederick fAgEngfSophJ Drake, 49, 143, 179, 221
Buen, Edsell fMEfSrJ Hatton, 35, 61, 62, 84, 192
Buen, Ellsworth fAASfSophJ Hatton
Bultema, Richard fAgrfFrJ Wimbledon, 50, 53
Bundtzen, Robert fEEfFrJ Kindred
Bundy, James fAgrfSophJ Fertile, Minn., 191
Burns, Tom fAASfSophj Hawley, Minn, 223
Bushey, Lawrence fAgrfSrJ Kenmare, 35, 51, 53, 170, 204
Buswell, Ronald fAAS'SophJ Tower City
Butler, Aubrey KEE'SophJ Dilworth, Minn,
Bye, Eugene fArchfJrJ Fargo
Byerly, Russell fAAS'SophJ Bismarck
Byfield, Tom fAASfSophJ Fargo, 182
Byrne, Don fArchEngfJrJ Fargo
Bystol, Mary Anne fHE-Frj Fargo, 166
Cable, Robert fAgrfFrj Hillsboro, 222 '
Cadieux, Barbara fHEfFrJ Jamestown, 65, 197
Calderwood, Donald fAgr'SophJ Crary,
Robert R. fAASfFrJ Bemidji, Minn.
50, 53, 146, 179
Calderwood, Russell fAgrfJrJ Crary, 50, 53, 146, 179, 180
Calhoun, Malcolm fArchEngfJrJ Fargo
Call, Alfred fPh'SrJ Fargo
Campbell, Colin fAASfSophJ Dickinson, 185
Campbell, James fCh'Frj Fargo, 223
Cameron, Frank fAgrfSophJ Antler, 222
Candor, Wayne CArchEngfSrJ Fargo, 35
Card, Lola QHE-Srj Fingal, 35, 65
Carlson, Arthur QAgr-Srl Oakes, 35, 192
Harold Ph So h Kenmare, 217
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Carlson, James fPh-Jrj Bezlch
Carlson, Lloyd QAAS-Frj Mclntosh, Min11,, 223
Carlson, Maxine fHEfSophj Washburn, 65, 141, 196
Carlson, Stanley CAASfFrJ Washburn, 73
Carlson, Vernon QAgr-Jrj Antler, 51, 200
Carriere, Rene fAgr-Frj Walhalla, 202
Carroll, June QHEfFrJ LaMoure, 65, 149, 154, 196
Carter, Gerald QEEfFrj Pekin
Carter, John fAASfSophj Fargo, 191
Carter, Lloyd fAgrEngfFrJ Tintah, Minn., 223
Casey, Hugh CPhfFrJ Chisholm, Minn.
Robert QAAS'SophJ Fargo
Thomas MEfSr Fai o 26 35 61 62 76 81 186
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Chambers, Curtis fAgrEng-Sophj Crystal, 49, 149, 179, 203
Chambers, Russell fEEfSrJ Neche, 35, 205
Chambers, William fAgr'Frj Hawley, Minn., 184
Chapman, Daniel QAASfJrJ Fargo, 72, 100, 127, 134
Chaput, Ronald iPhfSophj Walhalla, 202
Chaska, Shirley CHEfJrj Fargo, 65, 82, 128, 148
Chezik, Fred CArehfSophJ Fargo
Chisholm, Maureen QAAS-Frj Fargo, 160
Christian, Gordon fMEfFrJ Fargo, 190, 224
Christensen, Barbara fHEfJrJ Glenfield, 64, 152, 196
Christensen, Cyril, fCEfSophJ Fargo, 73, 80, 182, 215
Christensen, Don fCh'FrJ Fargo, 128, 132
Christensen, John QChfSrJ Fargo, 35
Christensen, Kenneth fAASfJrJ Moorhead, Minn.
Christiansen, Leo fEEfFrJ Rothsay, Minn., 223
Christensen, Llewellyn CAgrfSrJ Kenmare, 35, 52, 76, 104,
170, 228, 230
Christensen Myrna fAASfFrj Kenmare, 166, 199
Christensen, Ralph QAAS-Frj Minot, 185, 223
Christianson, Richard iArchEng'SophJ Fargo
Christensen, Robert fEEfSophJ Glenfield, 190, 202
Christensen, Verne fMEfSoph'p Fargo
Christianson, Vernon CCE-Frj St. Thomas
Christensen, Walter fAgrfFrJ Kenmare, 52, 170
Crews, Gloria fAAS'SrJ Neche, 36, 77, 95, 103, 125, 133,
Crews, Helen fHE'SrJ Neche, 32, 36, 64, 75, 82, 103, 122,
124, 168, 215
Critchfield, Nlargaret fAAS'Frj Fargo, 124, 128, 141, 155
Croal, James fAASfFrj Fargo, 184
Crockett, Duane fAgrfSophJ Langdon, 170
Crosby, Harold CArchfSrj Fargo, 36, 59, 182
Crosby, James fAASfFrJ Fargo, 184, 224
Crummy, Eugene fAgrfFrj Argyle, Minn., 148, 222
Cullen, Lawrence CAASfSophj Fargo
Cummings, Kendal CEEfJrj Fargo
Cummins, Norma fl-IE-Sophj Fargo, 162
Cunningham, Joyce fHEfFrJ Turtle Lake, 65, 141, 145, 161,
Cunningham, Lois fAASfFrJ Brocket, 199, 137, 160
Currie, John iMEfSophJ Cando
Curtis, Carl fPhfSophJ Baudette, Minn., 223
Cutler, Charlotte fAAS'Srj Cayuga, 36, 77
Cysewski, Derroll fAASfFrj Fargo, 191
Dady, John fAASfSrj Fargo
Daggett, Marvin fAASfFrj Frazee, Minn., 184, 223
Dahl, Joyce fAASfFrJ Alfred, 144, 196
Dahl, Ernest fEEfSophJ Fargo, 223
Dahl, John fAgrfFrJ Chaffee
Dahl, Norman fAgr'FrJ Cooperstown, 222
Dahlin, Lyle fAgrfFrJ Amenia, 52, 172, 217, 222
Dale, Adeline CAAS'GradJ Fargo, 142, 245
Dale, Mason fPhfJrJ Starkweather
Daley, Betty fChfFrj Grafton
Daley, Clarice QCh'Frj Grafton, 196
Daniels, George fAgrEng-Sophj Crary, 49, 50, 146, 179
Danielson, Vernon fAgrfSophJ Abercrombie
Daveau, Joan fHEfFrj Fargo, 166
Davenport, Charles fArchEngfFrJ Fargo
Davenport, Jerry fPh-Sophj Bismarck, 237
Davenport, Ward fAAS'SophJ Fargo
Christiansen, William fAASfSophj Moorhead, Minn., 182
Christenson, Yvonne fHEfSrJ Moorhead, Minn., 36, 162
Cichy, Sidney QAAS-Srl Fargo, 32, 228
Clairmont, William iAgrfFrJ Vkfalhalla, 52, 179
Clarey, Gerry CAASfSrJ Fargo
Clarke, Nlargaret fAASfSopl1J Fargo, 125, 164
Clark, Robert A. fAASfSophJ Mohall
Clark, Robert W. fEEfSophj Fargo
Classen, Leo CME-Sophj Mandan
C'asson, Niel fAdEngfJrJ Fargo, 60
Clay, Sheldon fPh-Jrj Park Rapids, Minn., 67, 176
Cleary, David QAAS-Sophj Fargo
Cleven, James fMEfFrj Hunter, 62
Cochran, June fAASfFrJ Fargo, 125, 155
Cockerill, Margaret fHE'FrJ Mapleton, 65, 146, 199
Cocking, Marcia fAASfJrj Pelican Rapids, Minn., 134, 140,
Codding, Blanche fHEfJrJ Detroit Lakes, Minn., 65, 166, 197
Coe, Mary QAASfSophJ Crary, 50, 162, 197
Coen, Douglas fAgrfFrJ Finley
Colberg, Wayne fAgrfSrj Fargo, 36, 74
Collette, Marilyn QHE-Srj Moorhead, Minn., 27, 36, 75, 78, 82,
94, 101, 103, 105, 110, 156, 212
Collings, Lloyd QAAS-Frj Lidgerwood, 224
Collis, Lester fAASfJrJ Bismarck, 73
Colliton, James CEEfFrj Kent, Minn., 223 '
Comford, Dash CAgrEng'JrJ Grenora, 49, 170
Conlon, Thomas CAgrfSrJ Dickinson, 74
Cammy, Faith qHEf1f5 Fargo, 75, 94, 97, 105, 110, 140, 164
Connelly, Riley fAA8fSophj Fargo
Cooch, Robert iEEfSophJ Wimbledon
Cooke, Joan CHE-Sophj Fargo
Cook, Patricia CHEfSophj Fargo, 164
Cook, Robert CEEfJr5 Fargo, 96, 223
Coombs, Chadwick fMEfFrj Fargo, 217
Cooper, Fredrika fHEfSrJ Kenmare, 36, 164, 199
Cooper, Margaret fAASfFrj Kenmare, 166, 196
Corneliuson, Philip fAgrEngfFrj Fargo
Cornell, Keith fAASfFrj Fargo
Cornforth, Donald fAASfFrj Fargo
Corrigan, Mark fPhfSophJ St. Cloud, Minn.
Corrigan, Thomas QAAS-Srj Bemidji, Minn., 36, 77, 239
Cosgriff, John fAASfJrJ Fargo
Cossette, Clifford fAAS'SrJ Fargo
Cossette, Roger fArchfSophj Fargo
Cowley, Irwin fAgr-Frj Oregon City, Ore.
Craig, Donald fAASfSophD Fargo
Craik, Leonard iMEfFrJ Fargo, 223
Craik, Milo QMEfFrj Fargo, 223
Craven, James fPh'Sophj Carrington, 176, 224
Davidson, Lloyd fEEfSophJ Fargo
Dorne CCh-Sophj Fargo
Davis, Earl KME-Sophj Ogema, Minn., 73
Davis, Ellen fPhfSrJ Monango, 36, 79, 152
Davis, Marlys fAASfSophJ Fargo
Davis Raymond fCEfJrJ Fargo
R, Melzar fAgrfSophJ Ambrose 201
Davison, Kermit iMEfSrj Grafton, 36, 222
Davnie, William fPhfSophJ Hallock, Minn,
Daws, James CAgrfFrj Michigan
Dawson, James fAASfSophJ Fargo, 149, 186
Dawson, Robert fAASfJrJ Fargo, 75
Day, William CAgr'Sophj New Rockford, 222
Deery, Kenneth fAASfFrJ Jamestown, 184, 223, 228
Dehlin, Glenn fPh'SophJ Graceville, Minn., 216
Deike, Marvel fCE'J1'J Detroit Lakes, Minn.
DeKrey, Lester fAgr-Jrj Pettibone, 53, 74, 100, 131, 139, 147,
170, 216 A
DeKrey, Warren fAgrfFrJ Pettibone, 52
DeKrey, Willard fAgrfFrJ Steele, 172, 217, 222
Delger, Leland fCEfFrJ Fargo
Demke, Willis fCEfSophJ Goodrich, 186
Desmond, William QAAS-Frj Kindred
Dettman, Douglas fAgrfSrj Judson, 36, 52, 74, 170
Devitt, Clayton fEE-Frj Milnor
Deyoe, Charles iMEfFrJ Fargo, 62, 190, 223
Deyoe, Charles R. fMEfSophJ Farmington, Ill., 61, 62, 188
Deyoe, Douglas fEEfSophJ Fargo, 188, 222
Dickens, CharlesfAASfJrJBuenos Aires, Argentina, 133, 200, 212
Dickens, Fred fAASfJrJ Buenos Aires, Argentina, 84, 133, 200
Dickinson, Robert QAAS-Gradl Minot, 139
Dickson, Lois Ann KHE-Srj Hunter, 36, 162
Diederich, Warren fArch'SophJ Fargo
Dietz, John CAgrfJrJ Wahpeton, 53, 744-, 172
Dietz., William iAASfSophJ Wahpeton
Disse, James fAAS-Sophj Barnesville, Minn.
Dittus, Elmer flw1E'SophJ Fredonia, 62, 188
Dittus, James fCEfSophJ Dickinson, 185
Dittus, Thomas QAAS-Frj Dickinson, 173
Dobberstein, Jack fMEfSophJ Detroit Lakes, Minn,
Dobervich, Eli fCh-Sophj Fargo
Dobervich, Robert fAgr-Sophj lronton, Minn.
Dolezal, Jean fHEfFrj Killdeer, 65, 198
Dolyniuk, Andrew iCEfSophJ Belfield
Domek, Donald CPhfSrj Hancock, Minn., 36, 104
Donnelly, Bernard fCEfSophJ Ray, 148, 173
Donnelly, Dorothy Webb fAASfSophj Memphis, Tenn., 158
Donnelly, John S. fAgrfSrj Grafton, 36, 49, 52, 74, 76, 182
Doran, L. Francis fAASfSophJ Fargo
Dordahl, Alvin fAgEngfFrJ Hanks, 49, 172, 223
Dordahl, Arnold fAgrfFrJ Hanks, 52, 172
Dorothy, Wesley fEE'Sophj Pillsbury
Dragland, Chris fAASfFrJ Kloten
Donna QHE'FrJ Ada, Minn., 50, 64, 148, 199
Dreblow, George fAASfJrJ Fertile, Minn.
Drews, Dennis fAASfJrJ Dent, Minn., 228, 229
Driscoll, Keith CAgEngfFrJ East Grand Forks, Minn., 49, 223
Drummond, William fAgr-Sophj Oberon, 52, 102
DuBe, Henry fArchfSophj Fargo
Duenow, LuVerne CHEfFrJ Pembina, 197
Mary Therese fAASfFrj Dilworth, Minn., 148, 167
Duncan, James fAASfJrJ Neclie, 179
Dundas, Robert fAAS'SophJ Watford City
Dunford, ThomasfAgEng-SophjOsnabrock, 49, 62, 144, 190, 201
Dunnigan, Lorn CAgrfFrJ Walhalla, 52, 179
Durbin, Doris Anne fHEfFrJ Burlington, 50, 65, 148, 167, 197
Walter fAAS'JrJ Fargo
Dustrud, Philip QAdEng'SophJ Fargo
Dorothy fAASfSophJ Jamestown, 86, 158
Gene fCh-FrJ Fargo, 173
Dora Jo fAASfSophJ Forman, 196, 217
Early, Patricia Lou fHEfFrl Billings, Mont.
Eastman Ph llis HEfSo h Milnor, 64, 105, 199
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Doran fAAS'FrJ Jamestown
James fMEfJrj Fargo, 186
Louis CEEfJrJ Fargo, 186
John fAASfSophJ Hague
Henry fAASfSophJ Fargo
d, Joan fAASfJrJ Fargo, 124, 128
Edin, Glenn QAgrfSophl Staples, Minn., 52, 146
Edwards, Lloyd, fPhfSophJ Fargo
Effinger, George CPhfSophJ Thief River Falls, Minn.
Egeland, Shirley fHE'Sopl1j Fargo, 168
om, Marjorie fHEfFrJ Kerkhoven, Minn., 65, 215
Eleanor fAASfFrJ Moorhead, Minn.
dward fAASfJrJ Fargo, 77
Ehni, Robert QAASfFrJ Fessenden, 191
Enchhorst, Robert fAASfFrj Falkirk, 223
Eid, Alan fME'FrJ Gary, Minn.
Eide, Constance fAASfSophj Fargo, 158
Eike, Ardith fHE'FrJ Fargo, 64, 144, 154, 217
Eiriksson, Einar fPhfSrJ Cavalier, 36
Eisenach, Ralph fPh-Sophl Duluth, Minn,
Eissinger, Richard fAgr-Frj Medina
Eissinger, Verna fHEfFrj Wishek, 65, 145, 198
Ekern, Carl QCE-Srl Fargo
Eliason, Roy CMEfSophJ Glenwood, Minn.
Elijah, Carroll fChfFrJ Lisbon
Ellerbusch, Donald fAgrfJrJ Fargo, 74
Ellingson, Franklin CPhfJrJ Kintyrc, 205
Ellingson, Marvin fAASfFrJ Fargo
Clayton fMEfFrJ Fergus Falls, Minn.
Ellsworth, Coleman fCheFrJ Tunbridge, 143, 222
n, Matelen fMEfSophJ Chaseley
Enander, Inez fHEfSophJ Stanley, 65, 1.96
James fArchEngfJrJ Devils Lake
Engebretson, Richard fAASfFrJ Fargo
Kermith fAgrfSophJ Anamoose, 132, 203
Engen, Alfred fCEfFrJ Fergus Falls, Minn.
John fEEfJrJ Fargo
Jack fCE'SophJ Oakes. 92, 223
Charles fAAS'SophJ Thief River Falls, Minn., 149, 182
Helen CHEfSrJ Fargo. 32, 77, 101, 103, 122, 212
Enlow, Paul fEEfFrJ Fargo, 122, 185
Enright, Martha fHEfJrJ Garrison, Minn., 65, 161
Erdman, Leonard fME-Frj Willow City, 102, 134, 143, 144
n, Donald fPhfSophj Bismarck
n, Edward fAASfFrj Bowbells
n, Ellen fHEfFrJ Tower City, 198
n, James CAASfFrJ Fargo
n,2lffI7arcia Ann CHEfFrJ Pelican Rapids, Minn., 65, 161,
Erickson, Merle fME-Sophj Fargo
Erickson, Oscar fEEfSophJ Hallock, Minn.
Erickson, Rueben fAgrfSophj Mclntosli, Minn,
Erickson, Sharon fAASfFrJ Fargo I
Erickson, Wallace fAdEngfJrJ Fargo, 61, 62, 94, 98, 182
Erwin, Raymond fAgr-Srj Minot, 36, 51, 72, 77, 100, 125,
130, 132, 139
Evans, Marcus fAASfFrJ Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Robert fArchfFrj Albert Lea, Minn., 59
Evanson, Donna fHE-Jrj Fargo, 156
Evenson, Torfin fAgrfJrJ Grafton, 51
Evenstad, Wallace fAASfFrJ Fargo
Evjen, Russell fCEfFrj Fergus Falls, Minn.
Fahlsing, Duane fAgrfSophJ Lisbon
Fallgatter, Wayne CCl1-Gradj Kintyre, 57
Fankhanel, Earl fAASfSophJ Hillsboro, 186
Fankhanel, Lois fHEfFrJ Hillsboro, 65, 145, 167, 186, 197
Farnham, James CAAS'SophJ Arthur, 222
Farrell, John fPh-Sophj Sleepy Eye, Minn., 223
Farstveet, Marjorie fAASfFrJ Beach, 199
Fedje, Sheldon fAASfFrJ Hoople, 201
Feeney, Robert QAAS-Sophj Fargo, 186, 222
Feil, Clifford QPhfSophj Hebron
Felde, Philip fCEfFrJ Fargo, 223
Fercho, Calvin QAAS-Jrj Fargo
Ferguson, Gordon fAgrfSophJ Park Rapids, Minn.
Fernandez, Marcos QAgrEngfSophJ Narvarte, Mexico
Fernow, Betty fHEfJrj Enderlin, 65, 196
Ferrin, Frederick fChfGradj Mantorville, Minn.
Feuling, Richard fPhfFrJ Watertown, S. Dak,
Fevig, Eunice fHEfSophj Ulen, Minn.
Finnegan, Charles KAAS-Frj Fargo, 191, 223
Finnegan, Jean fAASfSrJ Fargo
Finsand, Gordon fAASfJrJ Fargo
Fischer, Robert QAgrfJrJ Fargo
Fischer, William CAAS'FrJ Fargo
Fish, Daphne fHEfFrJ Rolette
Fisk, Donna fHEfSrJ Hunter, 33, 36, 75, 77
Fisk, Garry fCEfJrJ Hunter
Fitch, Robert fAASfFrJ Hettinger, 184
Fitch, Virgina fHEfSrJ Hettinger, 36, 64, 152, 199
Flashe, Gerald fAASfSophJ Fargo
Flashe, Thomas CAAS-Frj Fargo, 173
Flatau, Donald fAgrfFrJ Edgeley
Flaten, Marvin fAgrfFrj Park River, 191, 228
Flaten, Feder fAgrfSophJ Hoople, 191, 200
Fleck, Glenn fAgr-Sophj Rugby, 134, 217
Fleck, Robert CPhfJrJ Virginia, Minn., 176
Fleener, Frederick fAgrfFrJ Lengby, Minn., 134, 146
Floyd, James fAASfSophJ Fargo
Flynn, Donald fAgrfFrJ Eckelson
Flynn, Lloyd fEEfSophJ Fargo, 221
Fog, Gunnar fMEfSophJ Lisbon, 102, 139, 223
Fog, Jorgen fMEfFrJ Lisbon, 102
Fog, Peter fAgr'Jrj Lisbon, 50, 94, 97, 102, 139
Folger, Carolyn fAASfSophj Moorhead, Minn.
Folger, Earl KEE-Sophj Moorhead, Minn.
Folk, Donald fEEfFrj Hunter
Folson, Donald fAgrfJrJ Hoople, 192
Forbes, Beverly fHEfFrj Moorhead, Minn., 65, 160
Ford, June CPhfJrj Minot, 196
Ford, Harlan fAgrfSophj Park River, 180
Forness, Lloyd fAgrfSophJ Fargo
Forrest, Harvey fMEfFrj Fargo
Forthun, Melvin fEEfFrJ Fargo, 146, 215
Fossay, Carolynn QHE-Jrj Moorhead, Minn., 103, 141,
Fossay, Mary QHE-Frj Moorhead, Minn., 65
Fossurn, Gladys QHE-Jrl Maxbass, 64, 124, 130, 199
Foster, Betty fHEfSrJ Minot, 36, 198
Fougner, Robert fArchfSophJ Williston, 59,
Fragodt, Elmer fAgr-Srj York, 36, 145
Francis, Alice Mae fAASfFrJ New Rockford, 198
Frank, Robert fPhfJrJ Powers Lake, 174
Frankowski, John fMEfFrJ Chicago, Ill., 191
Freborg, John CAASfFr'J Underwood
Fredeuburg, Floyd fAgr-Srl Edgeley, 36, 53, 74'
Fredrickson, Ronald fCh-Sophj Fargo, 186
Fredrickson Robert CArchEngfSophJ Fargo
Freeh, LaVern QAgrfFrj Harvey, 53, 93, 172, 228
Freeman, Theodore fAgrfJrj Bottineau
French, Ernest fEEfFrJ Osnabrock, 73, 200, 223
Frendberg, Lynn QEE-Jrj Fargo
Fretland, Don QAAS-Frj Fargo, 191
Fridland, Robert CAASfFrj Barnesville, Minn.
Friese, Robert fChfJrJ Fargo
Fritz, Glenn fAASfFrJ Wilton
Fritz, Randall fAASfFrJ Wilton
Froemke, Virgil fAgrEngr'Frj Lisbon, 49
Froeschle, Donald fArchfSophj Hazen, 215
Froeschle, Roland fArchEngfJrJ Hazen, 59, 73, 215
Fugle, Thomas fEEfSrJ Fargo
Fuhrman, Elaine KHE-Frj Robinson, 65, 198
Fulks, Douglas fEE'SophJ Fargo
Gackle, Joyce fAASfJrJ Kulm, 77, 78, 86, 99, 105, 110, 164
Gainor, Harry fAASfFrj Milnor
Galbreath, Lois fHEfSophJ Enderlin, 64, 198
Gale, John QChfJrJ Fargo, 57
Gall, Arthur fEEfSophJ Wishek, 190
Gall, Mary Shurr fPh'Srl Lansford, 83, 85, 86
Gallagher, Robert fAASfSophj Milnor, 170, 223
Gallagher, William fAAS'JrJ So. St. Paul, Minn.
Galloway, George fAASfJrJ Fargo
Ganung, Harlan KEE-Sophj Edgeley, 216, 222
Gapp, Christina fHEfFrJ Fargo, 148
Gardner, Robert fArchEng-Sophj Lisbon
Gardner, William fPh-Jrj Dickinson
Garguilo, Jerry QMEfSophJ Cairo, New York
Garske, Marvin fAASfSophj Devils Lake
Garven, Floyd QCh'Srj Barnesville, Minn., 57
Gary, Norman QAASfSrj Fargo, 36, 81
Gast, Elaine QHE-Frj Fairmount, 65, 143, 196
Gauche, Robert QAAS-Frj Lisbon, 223
Gaughan, Robert CCE-Frj Verona
Gebeke, Jean fAAS'FrJ Fargo
Gedeon, Alfredo fCEfSophJ Cartagena, Col., S. Ame1'ica, 133
Geer, Madrona QAASfSophj Rolla, 158
Gehring, Robert fAgrfFrj Kenmare
Gehringer, Joseph CCE-Frj Mohall
Geiger, Joseph fAgrfFrj Bismarck
Geiszler, Leonard fArchEngfSrj Ashley, 36, 180, 222
Geiszler, Milton QPh-Sophj Hebron
Gentzkow, Marvin fAgrfJrj Fargo
George, Clarence fPh'SophJ Ashley
George, Vane fAASfJrj Bismarck'
Gerber, Clarence fEEfSrJ Hazelton, 132
Gerig, Wayne fAgrEng-Sophj Brinsmade
Gerlitz, Waldo fPh'Jrj Goodrich
Gessner, Judith fAASfSrJ Fargo, 33, 37, 78, 98, 103, 110
Geston, Robert fAgrfSophj Gardar, 170, 216, 222, 239
Getz, Robert fPhfSrj Grand Forks, 37, 76, 176
Geyer, Fern fHE'SophJ Sheldon, 196
Geyer, Doris fPh-Jrj Sheldon, 196
Gilbertson, Arlan CCE'FrJ Halstad, Minn., 223
Gilbertson, Harry fEEfSophJ Fargo, 62, 188
Gilbertson, Lyle fChfFrJ Michigan, 224
Gilchrist, Kenneth CAAS'FrJ Cando, 222
Gilderhus, Raymond QAASfFrj Larimore
Gisvold, Marvin QAAS-Frj Galesburg, 222
Gjerstad, Eugene fArch-Jrj Crookston, Minn., 59
Gleesing, Jerome fAgr-Srj LaMoure, 37, 51, 53, 74
Goehl, Richard fArchF.ngfSophj Fargo
Goetz, Charles fPhfSophj Kulm
Gornpf, James fAAS-Frj Fargo, 191
Goodwin, Glen fAgrEngfFrJ Walhalla
Gordon, Roy QChfSrj Fargo, 37, 57
Gordon, Ruth fHE'SrJ Fargo, 37, 65, 162
Gores, Vernon CCE-Frj Fargo, 148, 184
Gorman, George QME-Sophj Fargo
Gorman, Norbert fAASfSophJ Fargo
Gorman, Phyllis Fargo
Gough, Robert CAgr-Fry Fargo
Graber, Edwin fAdEngfJrj Fargo
Grabarkewitz, Paul fAASfFrJ Elizabeth, Minn.
Gragert, Jack fPh-Sophj Twin Valley, Minn., 221, 222
Graham, John fMEfSophJ Tyrone, New York
Grahek, William fAASfJ1'j Fargo
Granner, James CAASfSophj Fargo
Grant, Fred fAgrEngfJrj Fargo, 49, 216, 219
Granum, Robert CPhfFrJ Fargo
Grasser, Rhea fHEfSophJ Devils Lake, 141, 199, 152
Green, Louis QAAS-Sophj Fargo
Green, Paul fEEfFrj Fargo, 184 ,
Greenheck, Marlene fAASfSophJ Fargo, 75, 137, 14-6, 168
Greenshields, Jane QHE-Sophj Fargo
Gremsgard, William fPh'Sophj Fargo
Grier, Duane QEE-Sophj Moorhead, Minn.
Grieve, Shirley QAAS'Frj Buffalo, 197
Grignon, Duane QAAS-Frj Fargo
Grina, David fEEfSophj Barnesville, Minn.
Grinde, Lyle CAgr-Frb Portland, 222
Griswold, Kenneth fAgrfSophJ Langdon, 51, -53, 130, 132,-
145, 170, 201 ' '
Groethe, Alfred fEEfSophj Kindred, 144, 182
Grommesh, Rose fAASfFrJ Barnesville, Minn., '50, 134, 148,
Grondale, Helen QHE-Jrj Ray, 64, 144, 198
Gronos, Ramona fPh'Sophj Williston, 154,, 198
Grothmann, Herman QAAS'Frj Blanchard, 143, 202, 223
Grosz, John fAASfSophj Fargo
Grosz, William QEE-Frj Fargo
Grove, Starkey fCEfSophj Fargo, 186, 223
Gruebele, Aaron fCEfSophj Greenway, S. Dak., 62, 190
Grund, Burton fArch-Frj Fargo
Gruneicb, Edwin fEEfSophj Buffalo
Gullickson, Vernon fPh-Jrj Portland
Gully, Clifford fAAS'JrJ Lidgerwood
Gunderson, Allen fAASfSophJ Enclerlin
Gunthorpe, David fMEfJrJ Fargo, 174
Gust, Eloda CHEfJrj Fargo, 65
Gustafson, John fChfSophj Brownsville, Texas
Gustafson, Neil fAgrfSophj Adams, 173, 200
Gustafson, Phyllis Marshall, 131, 158
Gutknecht, Edgar fCEfSophJ Hazen, 73
Gysland, Rudolph CAgrfJrJ Gary, Minn.
Haack, Cecil fArchEngfFrj Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Haagenson, Verona QHE-Frj Colgan
Haagenstad, Henry fAgrfFrj New England
Haakenson, Philip fPhfSophJ Hatton
Haagland, Lowell fArchfFrJ Ada, Minn.
Haarsager. Marlys qHEfJfp Lfrchville, iss
Haavig, Neland fAASfSophJ Noonan
Hablas, Mary fCh-Jrj Fargo, 57, 148
Hadler, Priscilla fHEfJrj Egeland, 158, 215
Hagemeister, Morris fEF.'Frj Cathay, 202
Clarence fChfGradj Fargo
Clifford QAgrEngfSophj East Grand Forks, Minn., 49
Fred QAAS-Jrj Fargo, 186
John CEE-Jrj Moorhead, Minn.
Parnell fAgrfSrj Aneta, 37, 52, 74
Raymond fAASfSophJ Aneta, 222
William fEEfSophj Fargo
Haggait, Elizabeth qaasfjn Fargo, 37, 164
Donald .KCE-Frj Fergus Falls, Minn.
Hagman, Wayne QMEfSophJ Barnesville, Minn.
Hahn, Albert QMEfFrj Devils Lake
Hahn, Delores CAAS-Frj Alice, 198
Haibeck, Jeryl QME-Sophj Fargo 180
Hale, Marjory fAASfFrJ Chicago, Ill., 166, 196
Halgrimson, Edwin fEEfSophj Leeds
Hall, Donald fAgrfSophj Grandin
Hall, Leo fPhfFrj Cass Lake, Minn., 224
Halverson, Curtis fAAS'FrJ Northwood, 144, 215, 224
Hammer, Barbara fHEfSrJ Fargo, 37, 164
Hammerud, Marilyn fHEfSophJ Fargo, 149, 156
Hamre, Roger QAASfSophj Northwood
Hamish, Robert fAASfSophj Fargo, 228, 231
Hannaher, Thomas fAASfJrJ Moorhead, Minn., 182
Hansegard, John QEE-Frj West Fargo
Hanson, Adelbert lAgrfJrJ Fargo
Hanson, Betty fAAS'Sophj Devils Lake, 199
Hanson Clifford fAAS'SophJ Fargo
Hanson Donald fAgrfFrj Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Hanson Dorothy fAAS'Sophj Fargo, 105, 168
Hanson Duane fAgr'FrJ Detroit Lakes, Minn,
Gordon B. fAgr-Sophj Aneta, 52, 170
Gordon D. fAgrfFrJ Valley City, 172
Harold fAASfJrJ Hillsboro
Howard fAgrfJrj Valley City
Hugh fAgrEngfSophj Kintyre, 49, 132, 145, 180
Kermit fEEfJrJ Mayville
LeRoy QAgrfSophJ Wildrose, 52, 144
Hansonz Lois fHEfJrJ Hillsboro, 196
Hanson Orville fAASfJrj Moorhead, Minn.
Hansen, Rachel fHEfSrj Valley City, 37, 168
Hansen, Ralph fEEfSophJ Kintyre, 180
Hanson Richard fAAS'FrJ Valley City, 170, 240
Vv'arren QAgr-Frj Valley City
Hanson, William fMEfFrJ Fargo, 223
Harding, Roland fPhfSophj Valley City
Harju, Otto fAgr-Sophj Wing, 52
Harmon, Ralph fAgrfSrj Carrington, 37, 53, 170
Haroldson, Jeanette Jamestown, 64, 140, 152, 198
Harrie, William fArch-Jrj Jamestown
Harrington Lois fHEfSrJ Mayville, 37, 162
Harrington, Mary QHEfSrJ Fargo, 37, 85, 164
Harris, Bruce fAASfJrJ Wilmot, S. Dak.
Harris, Wilbur fArchfSophj Oakes, 59, 203
Hart, Clayton fAgrfSophJ Chaseley
Hart, Dale fAgrfJrJ Fargo, 185
Hart, Donald fAgrfSophj Fargo, 173
Hartje, Crval fCEfFrj International Falls, Minn.
Hartman, Charles fAgr-Frj Litchville, 222
Hartmann, John fArchF.ng-Frj Washburn, 222
Hartman, Ronald fAASfJrJ Langdon, 192
Hartwell, Roberta fAAS'FrJ Fargo, 166
Harwood, Esther fAASfSophJ Moorhead, Minn.
Haskell, Richard fMEfFrj Fergus Falls, Minn., 223
Haslerud, Edwin fAgr'Sophj Fargo
Haspert, Edward fPhfJrJ Richardton
Hass, LaVerne QArchEng-Frj Anamoose, 222
Hastings, Robert QAgr-Sophj Fargo, 100
Hatlen, Harry fAASfFrJ Fargo
Hauge, Trygve QEEfFrJ Fertile, Minn.
Haugen, Clarion fAgrfFrj Petersburg, 222
Haugen, Robert fAgrfFrj Churchs Ferry, 146, 222
Haugen, Wilbur fCEfSrj Staples, Minn., 37
Haverluck, Lawrence fAgrF.ng-Jrj Douglas, 49, 74, 179
Hawkins, Allen fPhfSophJ Fargo
Hawkins, Donald QAAS-Sophj Fargo
Hayashi, Frank fArcb-Sophj Carr1ngt011, 184
Hazel, William fAASfSophJ Oakes
Heer, Robert fCEfJrJ Fargo, 228, 230
Hess, Curtis fAgr-sopln Kempton, 51, sz, iso, 223
Heglie, Gustave fPh-Sophj Greenbush, Minn.
Heiberg, Kristen QEE'SOpl1l Dilworth. Minn.
Heine, Allen fAASfJrJ Morris, Minn., 143, 201
Heine, Merle fAASfFrJ Morris, Minii.
Heine, Robert QAgr'SophJ Grand Forks, 52, 182
Heisler, Robert fArchfSophJ Fargo
Heldt, Donald fCh-Frj Sarles
Helferich, Harold fAAS'SrJ Fargo, 37, 174
Helferich, Raymond CAASfFrj Fargo, 219
Helland, Warren fAASfJrJ Arthur
Hellander, Arthur fCh-Sophj Fargo
Helleksen Alden fArchEng-Frj Albert Lea, Minn,, 59
Heller, Michael fAASfSophJ Fargo
Heller, Patricia fHF.fSophJ Fargo, 65
Hembroff, Mabelle fHE'SophJ Souris, 50, 64, 149, 167, 197
Hemphill, Wayne CAAS'FrJ Fargo
Henderson, David QAgrEngfSophJ Fargo, 49, 222
Hendrickson, Don fAgrfFrJ Grand Forks, 52, 172, 201, 222
Hendrickson, Vernon fEngfJrJ Fargo
Hendrickson, Ellsworth CAAS-Jrj Christine, 174
Henning, Gordon fAASfSophJ Fargo
Henning, Victor QCEfFrJ Fargo, 184
Henningsgard, Russell fArchfSophJ Fingal, 122, 179, 180
Hensel, Jane fAASfSophJ Fargo, 158
Hendrickson, Russell fChfSrJ Finley, 37, 57, 134
Henry, Robert fPh'SophJ Oakes
Herbison, Kathleen QHE-Frj Fargo, 65, 166
Herbison, PatriciaCHEfFrJBrainerd, Minn.,65, 125, 128, 148, 166
Herigstad, JoAnn QHE-Jrj Cooperstown, 64, 82, 152, 197
Herlick, Stanley fME'SophJ lvloorhead, Miiin.
Herman, Raymond fArchfSophJ Wilton, 202
Hess, Philip fEEfSophj Fargo
Hesse, John 1AASfSophJ Fargo, 212, 222
Hest, John fAgrfJrJ Perley, Minn., 188
Hctzler, Karl fMEfJrJ Fargo, 204
Hetzler, Robert fAAS'SophJ Fargo
Heuer, Carl fAgr-Frj Davenport, 52, 222
Heupel, Norman fAgrfFrJ Medina
Hewitson, Judd fAASfFrJ Osnabroek, 223
Hiemstra, Hazel fAASfSrJ Jamestown, 37, 196
Hilden, Richard fPh-Sophj Moorhead, Minn.
Hildreth, John fAAS'SophJ Fargo
Hill, Don fAAS'FrJ Towner, 132, 200
Hill, Kenneth QME-FrJ Roseglen, 62
Hillier, Lloyd fMEfJrJ Hoople, 76, 104, 180
Hinkle, John fAASfSophJ Fargo, 73, 142, 186, 215
Hintzman, Marvin fAgrfFrJ Grand Rapids, 50, 201
Hirsch, Oscar fCEfFrJ Bowman
Hitterdal, Donald fAgrfFrJ Hitterdal, Minn,
Hjornevik, Wesley fAAS'SophJ Fargo
Hjortland, Jay fCEfSophJ Fargo, 174
Hjortland, Marthana fHEfFrJ Fargo, 198
Hobbis, Charles KEE-Frj Fargo, 223
Hoberg, Clair fAgrfJrJ Burnstad
Hochhalter, Roland fAASfJrJ Napoleon
Hoclenfield, Curtis fAgrfFrJ Ray
Hoeck, William fAgrfFrJ Beach, 102, 222
Hoff, Donald fPh'SrJ Fargo, 37, 76, 176
Hoff, Glenn fAgr'FrJ Ashby, Minn.
Hofmann, Barbara fEdfJrJ Fargo, 137, 148
Hoffman, Syretta fHEfSrJ Fargo
Hofstrand, Marvin fArchfSophJ Brinsmade
Hogenson, John fCE'Frj Cooperstown
Hoglund, Robert fAASfFrJ Fargo, 223
Hohncke, James fCE'Jrj Fargo
Hohenhaus, Harold fEE'FrJ Jamestown
Hoium, Duane fArchfSophJ Moorhead, Minn.
Holcomb, Shirley fHEfFrJ Luverne, 50, 65, 198
Holden, Virgil QAAS-Sophj Page, 184, 203
Holgate, William fAAS'SophJ Moorhead, Minn.
Holgerson, Harold CAgrEngfSophJ Wing
Holkesvik, Roger fAASfJrj Bismarck
Holland, Leland fAASfSopliJ Moorhead, Minn,
Holland, Neal fCEfFrJ Halstad, Minn, 223
Holly, Harlan QAASfFrJ Fargo, 185, 223
Holm, Avonelle fHEfJrJ Moorhead, Minn.
Holm, Harry fChfFrJ Fargo.
Holm, Lloyd fAgrEng'SrJ XVatford City, 37, 49, 180
Holman, Albert fEE'FrJ Hatton, 62, 190, 223
Holman, Clyde fAAS-Sophj Fredonia, 145
Holman, Ervin fArchEngfSophJ Hatton, 190
Holmes, Paul fAASfJrJ Wahpeton
Holte, Harold fAgrfGradJ Voltaire
Holwell, James fAgrfJrJ Fargo, 51
Holzman, Doris fHEfSophJ Reeder, 65, 14-4, 199
Hom, Duane, IEE-Frj Forman, 223
Honl, Hubert fAASfFrJ Lidgerwood
Hook, Ann CAAS'FrJ Fargo, 166
Hooper, Lois fAAS'SrJ Fargo, 158
Horlocker, Douglas CAAS'FrJ Fargo, 215, 224
Hornberger, Wallace fPhfSophJ Minot, 174
Horne, Don fAgr-Srl Penn, 38, 52, 76, 94, 100, 103, 174
Horne, Victor fAgr-Sophj Penn, 52, 128, 170, 216
Horner, George fEEfJrJ Linton
Horner, Oscar fAASfFrJ Burnstad, 222
Hotchkiss, William fEE'FrJ Fargo
Houkom, Glenna fAASfSophJ Horace
Hought, Robert fAAS'FrJ Zahl
Hoverson, Jean QAAS-Jrj Fargo, 110, 125, 129, 140, 164
Hoversten, Theodore fAgrfFrJ Noonan, 202, 222
Hovey, Roy CAgr'JrJ Farshal, 223
Howard, Delva fPhfSophJ Beach, 79, 199
Howard, Lloyd QAAS-Frj Grandin
Howe, George fAgrfSophJ Fargo, 186
Howe, Howard fMEfJrJ Minot, 186
Howe, Robert fMEfJrj Fargo, 61, 62, 203
Hoyum, Audrey CHE-Frj Fargo, 158
Huber, Arthur fPhfSophJ Halliday, 216
Hudson, Joyce QHEfSrJ Fargo, 38, 77, 85, 158
Huebner, Wayne CAASfSophJ Moorhead, Minn., 133
Huffman, George QChfSrJ Sherwood, 38, 57
Huffman, Lorraine fAASfJrJ Minot
Hugh, William fAASfSophJ Fargo
Hughes, Charles QAAS'FrJ Fargo, 148, 184, 222
Hulebak, Beverly fHEfJrJ Fargo, 162, 217
Hulebak, James fAAS-Sophj Fargo, 186
Hull, Nellie fAAS'JrJ Casselton, 196, 217
Humphrey, Clifford fAASfFrJ Grandin
Humphrey, Thomas fAASfSophJ Grandin, 203, 217
Humphreys, Paul QME-SrJ Fargo, 38, 203
Hunsader, William fAASfSophJ Fargo, 186
Hunt, Frank QAAS-Sophj Glenwood, Minn.
Hunter, Marcia IAAS-Frj Gardina, 141, 147, 154, 198
Huntley, Willai'd fEEfFrJ Hancock, Minn., 223
Huso, Eunice fHEfSrJ Aneta, 38, 65, 105
Hutchinson, Earl fMEfFrJ Ayr
Ilse, Richard fAgr-Srb Mandan, 38, 137, 204
Ingulsrud, George QAASfFrJ Edmore
Ingulsrud, Maida fAAS'FrJ Edmore, 144
Ingwalson, Ardis fHE'SrJ Buxton, 38, 64, 144, 168, 198
Irvine, Dorothy fHEfSophJ Lidgerwood, 65, 137, 142, 198
Isaacson, Maurice IEE-Frj Towner
Itrich, Jack fFh'SophJ Hebron
Ernest fPhfJrJ Hillsboro, 192
Harold fPhfSophJ Mahnomen, Miiin.
Iverson: Kenyon fArch-Sophj Williston, 59
Iverson, Richard fAASfSophJ Scranton, 137
Robert fAASfSophJ Moorhead, Minn.
Russell QPhfSophJ Hillsboro, 192
Barbara fAASfSophj Fargo
Jacobsen, Charles fAASfJrJ Sharon, 72, 77, 91, 129, 192
Jacobson, Constance fAAS-Q5 Fargo, 146, 154
Jacobson, Gerald fMEfSophJ West Fargo, 62, 144, 224
Jacobson, Howard fAASfJrJ Fargo, 133, 213
Jacobsen, Kenneth fMEfSophJ Starkweather
Jacobson, Orville fAgr'SrJ Fargo, 38
Jagim, Kenneth fAgr-Sophj Scranton, 202
Norine KHE-Frj Rock Lake, 65, 197
Jaster, Corral QHE-Frj Enderlin, 65, 137, 141, 147,167, 197
Jebh, William fCEfFrJ New Salem, 223
Jeffery, Emmett CEEfJrJ Fargo, 60
Jelinek, Stanley fPhfSophJ Staples, Minn,
Jendrick, Florian fMEfSophJ Superior, Wisc.
Jensen, Chester fAASfSrj Winge1', Minn., 38, 200
Jensen, Landes fAASfFrJ Forest River, 191, 223
Lillian Borup, Minn., 64, 167, 198
Marvin fMEfFrJ Borup, Minn.
Roger fFhfFrJ Luverne, Minn., 178, 222
Jentz, Marvin fAgrfFrJ Gwinner
Jentz, Raymond fAgrfFrj Gwinner
Jepson, Robert CCll'S1'J Fargo, 38, 57
Jester, Gwen fAASfSophJ Fargo, 168, 141
Johansen, Robert fAgrfJrJ Edinburg
Johnson, Ardee fAgrfSrJ Gwinner, 38, 51, 53, 74, 77, 204
Johnson, Bruce CAAS-Sophj Fargo
Clayton KAAS-Frj Minot, 173
Johnsoni Curtis fEEfJrJ Fargo
Johnson, Donald fCEfSophJ Finley
Johnson, Duane fAASfJrJ Texarkana, Texas, 186
Johnson, Earl CAgrfFrj Christine
Johnson, Earle fPh-Srl Genwood, Minn., 176
, Elizabeth fHEfJrJ Fargo, 65
Ellen KHE-Srj Fargo 33 38, 77, 85, 100, 152
Johnson: Emmons fAgrfSophJ Fargo
Johnson, Ernest QAAS-Sophj Fargo, 98, 174, 212
Johnson Everett fAgr'SophJ Christine
Johnson: Garfield fPhfSophJ Fargo
Johnson, Gerald fPhfSophJ Harvey, 145
Gerald R. QEE-Sophj Ambrose, 238
Johnson: Glenn fArehEngfJrJ Wzitertrywn, S. Dak., 1.92
Johnson, Harold L. fCEfFrJ New Rockford
Johnson, Harold lvl. fAgr'JrJ Fargo, 52, 204'
Henry fAASfFrj Albert Lea, Minn.
Johnson, Herbert fMEfJrj Moorhead, Minn., 84
Johnson, Curtis fAASfJrj Nioorhead, Minn., 84, 186
Johnson, James fAgrfFrj Brocket
Johnson John fCEfSophJ New York Mills, Minn., 202
Johnson Kenneth fArchEng-Sophj Fargo, 186
Johnson Lawrence fAgrfSophJ Petersburg, 51, 180
Johnson LeRoyfAgrfSophJValley City, 50, 53, 131, 172, 201,224
Johnson Marvin fPh'JrJ Wilton
Johnson Maurice fArchfSophj Fargo
Johnson Myrtle QHE-Frj Cando, 65, 147
Johnson Norris fAASfFrJ Moorhead, Minn,
Johnson Olaf CAASfSophj Noonan
Johnson Ralph fAgrfSrJ Casselton, 33, 228
Johnson Randel fAgrfSrJ Horace, 38, 52, 180
Johnson Rhoda fHEfSrJ Hawley, Minn., 38, 152
Johnson, Richard fEEfFrJ Fargo, 191
Johnson Robert fAAS'SophJ Fargo
Johnson Robert L. fAgrfSophJ Foxhome, Minn.
Johnson, Robert LeRoy fPh-Sophj Cooley, Minn.
Johnson, Robert S, fArchfSophJ Wahpeton
Johnson, Roy fAgr-Sophj Casselton, 52, 92, 170
Johnson, Ruby fHEfJrj Fargo, 64, 82, 152, 217
Johnson, Wallace fPh'SophJ LaMoure, 149, 201
Johnson, Walter E. fPh-Srl Fargo, 38, 176
Johnsen, Walter T. fArchfJrJ Fargo, 38, 59
Johnson, Wayne fAASfSophJ Wheaton, Minn.
Johnson, Wilbur fAASfSrj Moorhead, Minn., 38
Johnson William CEEfSophJ Fargo 73, 191, 223
Johnston, James fAgr-Jrj Forest River 192, 237
Johnston, Sarah CAASfFrJ Fargo
Jondahl, Philip fAgrfFrJ Galesburg
Jones, Beatrice fAAS'JrJ Fargo, 156
Kingdon, Frederick fChfSrJ Wahpeton, 57, 81, 215
Kingsley, Yvonne fHE'FrJ Wheatland, 196
Kingston, Clayton fAgr-Srl Pillsbury, 39, 52, 74, 180
Kinsala, Don QMEfSophJ Park River, 62, 190
Kinsala, Douglas QME-Sophj Park River, 62, 190, 201
Kirk, Evelyn fHEfJrJ Devils Lake, 50, 65, 196
Kirkeide, Melvin fAgrfSophJ York, 52, 170
Kittelsrud, Marcus fAdEng'Jrj Fargo
Kitterman, Robert fAgEngfSophJ Devils Lake, 49, 170, 215
Kjos, Harold CAgr'FrJ Mahnomen, Minn., 222
Klefstad, Harlan fAAS'FrJ Forman, 215, 224
Kleinert, Joan fHE'FrJ Fargo, 65
Kleinjan, John fAgrfFrJ Bentley, 222
Kleppe, Warren fMEfJrJ Kintyre
Klette, Vernon QEEfFrJ Fargo, 224
Kline, Robert fArch-Jrj Buffalo Springs, 59, 148, 182
Klingbeil, Robert fPhfFrJ Jamestown, 223
Klontz, Mayo QAAS-Sophj Fargo
Klosterman, Harold CChfGradj Fargo
Kloubec, Robert fAgrfSophJ LaMoure, 102, 146, 149, 200
Klubben, Lyle QAgrfSophJ Cooperstown, 180
Klndt, Kermit fAASfSophj McClusky
Klug, Jennings CArchEng-SophJ Barnesville, Minn., 59
Klundt, Waldemar QChfFrj New Salem, 57
Kluvers, Harvey fAgrfSophJ Litchville, 222
Knagg, John fArchfSophJ Chicago, Ill.
Knapp, Royce fAgr-Gradj Fargo
Knauss, Warren tAgrfSrj Mandan, 39, 53, 170, 221
Knecht, John fAgrfJrJ Wimbledon, 52, 74, 206
Knight, Jeanne fHEfSophJ Casselton, 50, 134
Knoefle, Howard fAgr-Sophj Fargo, 53
Knoll, John fAgr'FrJ Cogswell, 223
Knott, Don fAASfJrJ New Rockford
Kent fAgrEngfSophJ Garske
Laverne fPhfSophJ Towner, 222
Marvin H. fChfFrj Moorhead, Minn., 57, 185
Marvin T. fAgr'FrJ Wyndmere
Merton fAdEng'Sophj Fargo, 186
Owen fPhfSophj Elbow Lake, Minn.
Paul fAASfSrJ Fargo, 38
William fAASfSophJ Fargo, 148
Knudson, Brenton fEEfJrJ Fargo
Knudson, DeRicci CAAS'FrJ Fargo, 148
Kn.udson, George fAASfFrJ Fargo, 223
Knudsen, Melvin fAgrfFrJ Marion, 222
Richard fArchEngfSophJ Brainerd, Minn., 173
,John fChfJrJ Fargo
Knutson, Gertrude fAASfJrJ Moorhead, Minn., 167
Knutson, Mavis fHEfSophJ Nielsville, Minn., 65, 144, 199
Joos, Alan fAgrfFrJ Wimbledon
Joos, Kenneth QAASfFrJ Fargo, 148
Jordheim, Robert fAASfSophj Fargo, 174
Jornlin, Robert fArchfSophJ International Falls, Minn,
Jornlin, Mrs. Robert fHE'SophJ International Falls, Minn.
Joyce, James fArchEngfSophJ Minot, 59, 102, 132
Joyce, Jerry fAAS'FrJ Crosby, 184
Judd, Earl fArchfSophJ Cando, 190
Judd, Thomas fAgrfFrJ Ray, 144
Junge, Herman QEEfSophJ West Fargo
Junge, Lota QAASfJrj West Fargo, 75, 212
Just, Virgil fME'SophJ Judson !
Kahl, Ley fAgrfJrJ Moorhead, Minn.
Kahle, Lloyd fAAS'SophJ Detroit Lakes, Minn., 191
Kalland, Irvin fMEfFrJ Hannaford
Kallestad, Krystal fHEfSophJ Leith, 64, 161, 197
Kangas, Everett CMEfSrj Astoria, Oregon, 39, 61, 62, 81
Kanthack, Earl fCEfSophJ Beulah, 174
Kapaun, Neal QAAS-Fr-J FargO, 223
Kapaun, Wallace CAASfSrJ Fargo, 39
Kapsner, Claude fPhfJrJ Proctor, Minn.
Kargleder, Dorla fPhfFrJ White Rock, S. Dak., 199
Kastelle, Carroll QAA8fFrJ Ferg-us Fa1ls, Minn.
Kaye, Richard fAASfFrJ Moorhead, Minn.
Keating, Alfred fAgr'FrJ Wahpeton, 172, 222
Keena, George QAgrfSophj Knox, Indiana, 223
Kegel, Fred fArchfJrJ Fargo, 59, 182
Kegley, Milton fMEfFrj Rugby
Keithan, J. William fAASfSophJ Sunbury, Penn., 132, 134
Kellerman, Calvin fAgr'FrJ Davenport
Keltgen, Jeanette fHEfFrj Fargo
Keltgen, John CME-Sophj Fargo. 148
Keltgen, C. William fAAS'Sopl1J Fargo, 148
Kennedy, Patrick fAASfJrj Fargo
Kenner, Harris fAAS'FrJ Leeds
Kepner, Douglas fPhfSophJ Sheyenne, 176
Keranen, Adrian QEE-Sophj Rocklake
Kereluk, Karl fAASfJrj Fargo, 80, 182, 215
Kerigan, William fAASfSophJ New York, N, Y.
Ketterling, Edgar fAgrfSophJ Carson, 73, 102, 144
Keyes, Jerome CArchEngfFrj Drayton
Kibler, Beth QAAS-Frj Fargo, 166
Kieffer, George fEEfJrJ Cayuga, 102
Kieley, Donald CEEfSophJ Grafton
King, Charles fAgrfSophJ Starkweather, 52, 184
King, Daly fAASfSrj Park River, 28, 39, 94, 95, 100, 126, 192
King, J. Leonard QME-Srl Fargo 39, 76, 186
Knutson, Maurice fAgrfFrJ Alamo, 73, 144, 224
Kocak, Steve fAASfFrJ Moorllead, Minn.
Koich, Alexander CAASfFrj South St. Paul, Minn.
Kolbe, Norman fAgrfGradJ Moorhead, Minn.
Kollman, Eldred CCE-Sophj Bisbee
Konzak, Calvin fAgrfSrJ Devils Lake, 39, 51, 74, 130, 131, 170
Konzak, Peter fAgrfSrJ Devils Lake, 170
Konzak, Richard CAgrfFrj Devils Lake
Konzek, Robert iMEfSophJ Jamestown, 190
Koppang, Kenneth fChfFrJ Fargo, 223
Korb, Harvey fAgrfSophJ Calio, 200
Kornberg, B. Paul fCEfJrJ Fargo, 80, 186, 215
Korsmo, John QAAS-Jrj Fargo, 84
Koshnick, Robert fAASfSrJ Fargo, 39
Kostka, Harold CEEfFrj Inver Grove, Minn.
Kounovsky, Edward fMEfSophJ Minot
Krabseth, John QAgr-Frj Alamo, 73, 145, 222
Kraft, Edward fAASfSophJ Fargo
Kraft, Harlan fPhfSrj Hoople, 39
Kragrud, Duane CMEfSophJ Oberon
Kreklau, Elmer fAgrfJrJ Alsen
Krenelka, Paul fMEfJrj Hitterdal, Minn.
Krenelka, Robert fPhfJrj Hitterdal, lviinn,
Krenelka, Thomas fArch'FrJ Kenmare, 59
Krischuk, Walter QEE-Fry Cando
Kristjanson, Beverly fPh'Srj Rugby, 39, 67, 78, 79, 158, 197
Kristjanson, Lara fHEfSophJ Crystal, 50, 64, 134, 137, 145, 217
Krivosha, William fCh'JrJ Williston, 134-
Krogh, Jerome fPh-Frj Kloten
Krogstad, James KAAS-Sophj Fargo
Krom, Thomas fAdEng-Sophj Nekoma
Krueger, Donald fPhfFrJ Taylor, 178, 224
Krueger, Henry CAgrfFrJ Niagara, 143
Krueger, Walter fCh-Jrj Fargo, 143
Kruger, John fAAS'FrJ Williston, 224
Krzyzaniak, Dennis fChfGradj Wahpeton, 133
Kubler, Edwin fAgrEngfJrJ Streeter
Kucera, Mayo fAASfJrj Fessenden, 192
Kuchar, Stanley QPhfJrJ Edmore
Kuffel, George QAASfFrj Fargo, 148, 222
Kuhn, Aloys CCE-Sophj Fargo
Kukla, Paul fAgrfFrJ Killdeer, 219
Knmmeth, Mary QI-IEfSophJ Cogswell, 50, 65, 148, 198
Kurtz, Calvin QAgrfFrJ Hazclton, 132, 173, 202
Kuzel, Norbert fPhfSrJ Angus, Minn., 39, 81, 83, 132, 148
Kvale, Jack QPh-Frj Fargo, 222
Kvam, Howard QAASfJrj Fargo
Kvamme, Orville QChfGradJ Egeland
Kyllo, Gordon fAASfFrJ Blanchard, 145
Kyllo, Lester fAgrfFrj Galesburg
Wesley Morris fAgr-Sophj Fargo
au, David QArcli'Sophj Ridgewood, N. J., 186
LaFournaise, Mrs. Thordis fHEfJrJ Colfax, 65
Lage, Albert fMEfSophJ Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Lahren, Joseph CAgr-Sophj Davenport, 201
Lalum, Robert fAASfSophJ Maddock, 179
Lamb, DeLoris CHE-Srj Glyndon, Minn., 39, 82, 77,
Lambourn, Robert fAgrfSrJ Amidon, 39, 53, 170
LaMuro, Gennaro fArchfSophj Brooklyn, N. Y., 59
Landblom, Hermoine fHE'SophJ Fargo, 65, 145
Laney, Howard QME-Sophj Verona
gemo, Howard fAgr'Jrj Fingal
Lannoye, Merlind QAgr-Jrj Churchs Ferry, 52, 104, 170
Lantz, Richard fPhfSophj Richardton, 148, 178
Laraway, Donald QCEfSrj Jamestown
Larson, Allen fCh'Frj Enderlin, 223
Larson, Delmar QPhfJrJ Fargo
Larson, Delores fHEfJrJ Moorhead, Minn, 78, 162
Larson, Don fAASfSophj Fargo
Larson, Glenn QAgr'FrJ Ada, Minn.
Larson, Gloria CHEfFrJ Kloten, 64, 198
Howard fAgEngfSophJ Enderlin, 49
Larson, Irvin fAASfFrJ Maddock, 179, 202
Larson, John fPh-Srl Keene
Larson, Keith CCh'SophJ Fargo, 223
Larson, Kenneth fEEfJrj Fargo, 39
Larson, Leland fAAS'SophJ Kennedy, Minn.
Larson, Lewis fEEfFrJ Milnor, 202
Larson, Marilyn Kindred, 65, 197
Larson, Norma CAAS-Jrj Fargo
Raymond fArchEngfSophj East Grand Forks
Larson, Russell fAgrfSophJ Fargo
Larson, Stanley fAAS'Sophj Fargo, 126, 191
Larson, Wendell QAgrfFrJ Bremen, 222
Larson, Wesley J. fEEfSophJ Fargo
Larson, Wesley Maynard fAASfSophj Grenora
Lindeniann, Sallyjane Moorhead, Minn., 65, 160
Lindemann, A. Willis fEE'SophJ Enderlin, 179, 180
Linder, Loren fEE'SrJ Goodrich, 39, 60, 62, 186 .
Lindgren, Oscar QAAS-Frj Grandin, 222
Lindstrom, Robert fPhfSophj Minot, 201
Lindvig, Andrew QAASfFrj Fargo
Lipp, William fPhfFrj Kintyre
Lippert, Paul fMEfFrJ Jamestown, 222
Litherland, Donna fAASfJrJ Moorhead, Minn., 160
Litherland, Robert fAAS'SrJ Moorhead, Minn., 39
Litten, David fEEfFrJ Fargo, 184, 223
Little, Duane QEE-Jrj Wyndmere, 62, 104, 188
Littlejohn, Glenn CEEfSophJ Fargo
Lively, William QAASfFrJ New Rockford, 191
Lochen, Arne fAgEng'Spec.J Oslo, Norway, 39, 49, 102, 133,
139, 213. 245
Loder, Donald fAASfSrj Cooperstown, 40, 192
Loder, Leroy KAAS-Frj Cooperstown, 192
Lofthouse, Thomas fAAS'Srj Fargo, 40
Lohse, Rosemarie fAASfFrJ Fargo, 160
Lokke, Gordon fEEfJrj Fargo, 60
Lommen, Marvin fPh'JrJ Fordville
Loucks, Helen fHEfFrj LaMoure, 64, 198
Loveland, Edwin fAASfSophJ Wilton, 191
Low, Mary CAASfJrJ Bismarck, 133, 134, 199, 217
Lowitz, Clemith fCE'SophJ Milbank, S, Dak.
Lubeck, Raymond fEE'SophJ Jamestown
Lubke, Lorraine fHEfFrJ Oakdale, 65, 198
Lucier, Thomas fAASfSophJ Fargo
Lucke, Lester lAgrfFrJ Wolverton, Minn,
Ludtke, Lawrence fAgrfSrJ Lakota, 40, 51, 53, 180
Ludwigsen, Robert QChfJrJ Fargo
Lueneburg, Milton CPhfSophJ Herman, Minn., 223
Lund, Alvin fAASfSophJ Moorhead, Minn.
Lunde, John fAASfSophJ Fargo, 192
Lunde, Nuell fAgrfSophj Silva, 200
Lundquist, Eunice KAAS-Sophj Fargo, 86, 91, 105, 141, 156
Lusk, C. Claud fAASfJrJ Fargo
Luther, Henry fAASfFrJ Underwood
Laschkewitsch, Gid fAASfSophJ Goodrich
Lasley, Earl fAgrfGradJ Moorhead, Minn.
Lautz, Robert CPhfSophj Taylor, 176
Lavelle, George fAAS'FrJ Fargo, 185
LaValley, Gordon QME-Frj Fergus Falls, Minn., 223
Law, Robert fAASfSophJ Fargo, 173
Law, William fAASfFrJ Dickinson, 185
Lawrence, George fAAS-Sophj Fargo
Lawson, Kenneth fMEfSophj Albert Lea, Minn., 137, 186, 245
Leach, Edward fAASfJrJ Havana
Leahy, Duane fAASfFrj Fargo
Leary, James fChfJrJ Fargo, 57, 148
Leathart, John fPhfJrJ Fargo, 178
Lechner, Robert fEEfFrJ Washburn, 143, 223
Leek, Robert fAASfFrj Chicago, Ill,
Dale fPhfSophJ Fergus Falls, Minn.
Vernon fCE'JrJ Pillsbury, 174
Lutness, Waldemar fEE-Sophj Enderlin
Lybeck, Loren fAASfSophJ Moorhead, Minn.
Lykke, Maurice fAgr-Sophj Fargo
Lyman, Marilyn CHEfFrj G1'ace City, 50, 65, 147, 198
Lyngstad, Merlin fAgrfFrJ Christine
Maasen, Robert fArchfJrj Bismarck, 59
Madsen, Jeannine fHE'FrJ Battle Lake, Minn., 64, 154, 199
Madson, Emil fPhfFrJ Charlson
, Harold fME'Jrj Fargo
Orrin fAgrfSophJ Dalton, Minn., 102
Carl fAgEng-Jrj Ypsilanti, 84, 170, 223
Lee, Donald fPl1fSophJ Dunn Center
Lee, Eldon fPh'SophJ Fergus Falls, Minn.
Lee, Gloria fHEfFrj Fargo
Lee, PatriciafAASfSophJ Moorhead, Minn., 75, 97, 105,
Lee, Richard fCE-Sophj Twin Valley, Minn.
Lee, Robert fPh'SrJ Fargo, 39
Lee, Vernon fPhfSophJ Minot, 174
r, Clarence QCE-Frj Colfax
rvig, Lawrence fPhfFrj Fosston, Minn.
LeFevre, John CAASfFrJ Jamestown, 223
LeFevre, Leo fME'SrJ Jamestown, 39, 61, 62, 200
Legler, Victor fAgrfFrJ Jamestown, 50, 52, 179, 216
Legrid, Donald fPh-Sophj Appleton, Minn., 216, 217
Lein, Charles fAASfFrJ Arthur
Lemm, Duane fMEfFrJ Hillsboro, 200, 223
Lemm, Kenneth fEEfFrj Hillsboro, 200, 223
o, Manfred fAgrEngfFrl Tuttle, 145
Letofsky, Elaine fAASfFrJ Fargo
Levasseur, Warren fPhfSrJ Chisholm, Nlinn., 39, 228, 231
Maetzold, Kenneth fArchfSophJ Crary, 50, 134, 144, 201
Maetzold, Richard fAgrfFrj Crary, 50, 134, 144, 202, 216, 217
Maher, George fChfGradJ Fargo
Maher, John fAgr-Jrl Morristown, S, Dak., 102, 205
Maher, Shirlee fHE'SophJ Fargo, 164
Mahlum, Dale fPh'Sophj Fingal
Mahoney, Joseph fME'SophJ Fargo
Maier, Gilbert fCE'JrJ Linton, 62, 143, 190, 224
Malcheff, George fAAS'SophJ Chicago, Ill., 191, 228
Mallick, George fAASfFrJ Moorhead, Minn,
Malmin, John fArchEngfFrJ Edmore, 59, 222
Malmin, Palmer fAgrfFrJ Edmore
Malmskog, Oliver fAgrfFrJ Ulen, Minn.
Malpert, Rudolph fAASfSophJ Straubville
Malstrom, Doris fHEfF1'J Mapleton, 64, 147, 199
Mandt, Sherman fAgrfSophJ Mclntosh, Minn., 222
Manning, Lucille fPhfSrJ Fargo, 40, 79, 81, 83, 199
Manson, Robert fChfSophj Fargo
Marchand, Beverly QHEfJrJ Rolla, 64, 82, 105, 152
Markovich, Patrick fAASfSophj Ely, Minn,
Markwardt, Stanley fAgrEngfSophj Bisbee, 49, 172, 203
Level, Burt fEEfSophj Dilworth, Minn.
Leverson, Chester fCE-Sophj Fargo
Leverson, Harold fCEfJrJ Fargo
Levin, James fAASfFrj Park River, 223
Lewis, Elizabeth fPhfSrj Bismarck, 39, 78, 105, 156
Liedl, Donald fArch'SophJ Fergus Falls, Minn,
Lien, Leonard fAgrfFrJ Sarles, 190, 222
Lien, Lester fAAS-Sophj Grenora, 182
Lien, Llewellyn fME-Sophj Park River, 62
Lien, Marilyn fHEfFrJ Fargo, 160
Lien, Robert CPhfSophl Hillsboro
Light, Merle fAgr'SrJ Center, 39, 51, 53, 74, 77
Linberg, Eugene fMEfSrJ Fargo
Lind, Wilmore fAAS'FrJ Fargo
Lindberg, Curtis fArchEngfSrJ Fargo, 39
Lindberg, Ollie CHE-Sophj Jamestown, 154, 198
Linde, Percy fAAS'FrJ York, 223
Linde, Wallace fAgrfFrj York, 147
Marquardt, Gerald QAAS-Frj Fargo, 73, 146, 223
Marquardt, Lois fAASfFrJ Fargo, 146, 217
Marshall, Betty fAAS'SophJ Fargo, 142
Marshall, Dwight fCEfFrJ Fergus Falls, Minn.
Marshall, Lyndon CCEfFrj Forbes
Martin, Annette fAASfJrj Hettinger, 105, 164
Martin, Bonnie QHE-Srj Bottineau
Martin, Calvin QAgrfSophJ Chaffee, 52, 102
Martin, Clifford CCE-Frj Fargo, 223
Martin, James fPh-Sophj Pleasant Lake, 134, 203
Martin, Raymond fAgrfSophJ Fargo
Martin, Robert fEEfSophJ Fargo, 174
Martin, Walter CCE-JrJ St, Thomas
Wesley QAgrfFrJ Chaffee 102
Martindale, Thomas fAgrfSrJ Bathgate, 40, 52, 74, 180
Martineau, Fortune fPh'Srj Cando, 40, 176
Martineau, John fPhfJrJ Cando
Martinson, Delores fAASfSrj Fargo, 40, 75, 78, 90, 133, 158, 212
Mastapeter, George fAASfSophJ Martinsville, N. J,, 192
Masten, David QEEfJrJ Fargo, 174
Matheson, Leslie CMEfFrJ Fairmount, 146, 222
Mathews, Ethel fHEfSrj Moorhead, Minn.
Mathisen, Art fAASfFrJ Jamestown
Mathisen, James fAASfJrJ Fargo
Matson, Donald fAASfSophJ Fargo
Matteson, Donald fAgrfJrJ lnkster, 51, 204, 205, 215
Matthews, James fAgr'FrJ Willow City, 102
Matthews, Robert fPhfJrJ Battle Lake, Minn.
Mattila, Howard fAASfSophJ Farwell, Minn.
Mattson, Walter fAgrfFrJ Outlook, Mont., 145
Matz, Marvin fMEfJrj Fargo
Mauer, Ronald QPhfFrJ Hankinson
Mayer, Eugene fAASfFrJ Underwood
Meintzer, Roger fChfSophJ Fargo
Meisner, James fArchEng-Frj Bismarck, 149, 224
Melanson, Lawrence fEEfJrj Marion, 134
Melhus, LeRoy fAgrfSophJ Mayville, 139, 144
Melhus, Wallace fMEfFrJ Mayville
Melin, Kenneth fAASfFrJ Red Lake Falls, Minn.
Mell, Gerald fPhfFrJ Jamestown
Melroe, Irving fAASfFrJ Gwinner
Melroe, Stanley fAASfFrj Cogswell
Mensing, Wayne QAASfFrJ Fargo, 185, 215, 217, 224
Mergens, Daniel fAAS'SophJ Fairmount, 148
Merrick, Donald fAAS'FrJ Kent, Minn,
Metcalf, Fred fAASfFrj Fargo
Metheny, Lowell fMEfSophJ Plymouth, lnd,
Meyers, Robert fAASfJrJ Fargo
George fAgrfSophj Fargo
Mueller, Robert QEEfFrJ Calio
Gerald QMEfFrJ Moorhead, Minn.
Munson, Carl fAASfFrj Bismarck, 191
Robert fAASfFrj Langdon, 191
Murphy, Denis fEEfFrJ Sidney, Mont.
Murphy, Joan fHEfSophJ Fargo, 148, 164
Murray, Jack fAgrfFrJ Casselton, 222
Musselrnan, William fAgrfSrJ Casselton, 40, 52, 74
Mutchler, Lynn fCE'FrJ Northwood
Mutchler, Ralph fAgrfFrJ Northwood, 93, 172, 224
Mutsclmler, Dale QAAS-Frj Goodrich
Myers, Claude fMEfSophJ Fargo, 134
Myers, Edwin fArch'SrJ Fargo, 40, 59
Myers, Richard fAASfFrj Fargo, 148
Myhra, Dale fCEfSophJ Fargo, 186
Myller, Allen Le.e fMEfSophJ Moorhead, Minn., 188, 22:1
Myrah, James fAASfFrJ Verona, 222
Myrah, Marilyn Verona, 168
Myrdal, B. John fAgrfFrJ Edinburg, 170
Myrdal, Donald QCEfJrJ Edinburg, 192
Myrdal, Norma QHE-Jrj Edinburg, 64, 196
Myrdal, Robert fMEfFrJ Edinburg, 191, 224 V
McAnulty, Robert CAASfFrJ Red Lake Falls, Minn,
McCalley, Norman fAgrfSophJ Fargo, 186, 222
McCalley, Russell fAASfFrJ Fargo, 215
McCamy, Frank fAASfSrJ Fargo, 182
McCarthy, Jerry fAASfFrJ Fargo, 184, 215, 224
McCaul, Joyce CHE-Sophj Fargo, 65, 162
McCauley, Howard fCE'SrJ Fargo, 40, 81
Mickelson, Marilyn fHEfSophJ Davenport, 64, 217, 145, 199
Mickelson, Patricia CHE-Jrj Fargo, 86, 217
Mikkelson, Walter fAASfSophJ Oakes, 191
Mikkelson, William fAASfSophJ Fargo, 137, 14-2, 148, 222
Milde, Lane CME-Srj Maddock, 40, 61, 62
Miller, Darwin fAASfFrJ Fargo, 222
Miller, Donald fCEfFrj Hillsboro, 191
Miller, Harrison fMEfFrJ St. Thomas, 145, 179, 223
Miller, James fAgr-Fri Forest River
Miller, Karmen fAgrfSophJ Fargo
Miller, Kyle fAgrfSophj Towner, 52. 131, 170, 216
Miller, Raymond fAgr-Sophj Valley City, 134, 201
Miller, Robert CEEfSopl1J Fargo
Minch, Adrian QAAS-Si-J Cleveland, Ohio, 203
Minch, Elna fAASfFrJ Cleveland, Ohio
Minch, Virgil CCE-Jrj Cleveland, Ohio, 203
McClintock, Earl fMEfFrJ New York, N, Y., 184
McCoy, Wesley fAgrfJrJ Keinpton, 40, 53, 131, 174
McCracken, Don fAAS'JrJ Fargo, 40
McDonagh, Marjorie fHEfSrJ Amenia, 78, 152
MacDonald, Alex fAASfSophJ Davenport, 223
MacDonald, John fAASfSophj Cando, 222
McDonald, Malcolm fAASfSophJ Hope
McDowell, Donald QAAS-Frj Fargo, 186
MacFarlane, Neil fAgrfFrJ Grandin
McGauvran, Marlys fHEfFrJ Minot, 64, 144, 154, 199
McGeary, Clarence QAAS-Jrj White Bear Lake, Minn., 228
MacGibbon, Alex fAAS'SrJ Fargo, 33, 40, 76
McGill, Ward fMEfJrJ Williston, 201
McGovern, James fAASfSophj Fargo
McGregor, Maiy fAAS'Frj McGregor, 199
McGuigan, Dan fAASfJrj Fargo, 174
Minch, Wilbur fCEfFrJ Cleveland, Ohio, 222
Minette, James QEE-Frj Fargo
Mitchel, Charles fAgrfSrJ Fargo, 40, 102
Moberg, Carl fMEfFrJ Mapes
Mock, John fArch'SophJ Fargo
Moe, Ardell fPhfFrJ Stanley
Moe, Harry fAASfFrJ Fargo, 148, 222
Moe, Robert fPhfFrJ Halstad, Minn., 178
Moeller, Lawrence fAgrfFrj Fargo
Moen, Arne fAdEngfSophJ Fargo
Moen, Glen fAgrfSophJ Park River, 173, 200
Moen, Neil QCE-Frj Park River, 200, 224
Moen, Richard QAAS-Frj Fargo. 137, 191
Mogen, Morris QPhfFrJ St. Hilaire, Minn.
Mogen, Roald fPhfSophJ Charlson
Mohr, Frederick CAASfSophj Fargo, 186
Moilanen, George fAgrfFrj Brocket
Mclntosh, Glen fAdEngfJrJ Fort Totten, 73, 102, 203
Wallace CAASfSophJ West Fargo
Willis QME-Frj Pillsbury, 222
McKenzie, Henry fAgr'JrJ Kempton, 50, 52
ie, James fAgEngfFrJ Grandin, 223
Frank fAASfSophj Westfield, N.
McLain, Myrle fCEfSophJ Mohall
McLaughlin, Eugene CPh'JrJ Brainerd, Minn.
McLaughlin, Kenneth CEEfJrJ Fargo
McLaughlin, Ray CAAS'JrJ Fargo, 186
McLean, Barbara fAASfFrj Wheatland, 199
McLean, Gordon QCE-Frj Sarles, 52, 172, 223
McLean, Keith fCEfSrJ Fargo
McLean, Percy CAgrfSrJ Sarles, 29, 40, 52, 76, 90, 170
McLeod, Dale fEEfJrJ Erie, 60, 62, 188
McLernan, Philip fArch'SophJ Fargo
1vIcMahan, Robert fPhfSophJ Perham, Minn.
McMahon, Vincent fEEfFrJ Fargo
Moir, Ronald fEEfJrJ Kent, Minn., 60, 201, 224
nd, Jean fAASfFrJ Fargo, 155
nd, Robert fAASfSrJ Fargo, 40, 192
Mondry, Cyril CAgrfFrJ Ardoch, 222
Monroe, Roderick KME-Frj Wilton, 149
Monson, Donald fPhfFrJ Hunter
Monson, Gordon fAASfSophJ lvloorhead, Minn.
Monson, Jack fAgrEng'Frj Watford City, 49
Montgomery, Morris QCh'FrJ Bismarck, 57, 202, 223
Montgomery, Robert fAgrfFrJ Bismarck
Montplaisir, Clifford fEEfSrj Fargo, 40
Montplaisir, Patrick fEEfSophj Fargo
Montplaisir. Robert QEE-Sophj Fargo
Moomaw, Philip fAgrfFrJ Dickinson, 52
Moore, Marslwall fCE'FrJ Fargo, 57, 184, 223
Moore, Ronald fArchfSophj Fargo
Moore, Stanley QAgrfFrj Ulen, Minn,
Moores, Paul CAAS-Srl Jamestown, 228, 229
Morken, Clifford QAAS-Jrj Detroit Lakes, Minn , 102, 203
McManus, Robert fEEfSophj Dilworth, Minn.
McMillan, Howard fAgrfFrJ Wimbledon
McMillan, Russel fAgr'Frj Vkfimbledon
McMorrow, Merle QCEfSophJ Fargo
McMullen, Dennis fAASfFrj Fargo
McNeese, Ann fHEfFrJ Fargo, 115, 128
McNeese, 'Thomas fAASfFrj Fargo
McNutt, Jim fAASfGradJ Roseau, Minn.
Nasset, Robert fAgrfJrJ New England, 52, 217
Nassif, William fAASfFrJ Pollock, S, D., 135
Nathan, Harold fMEfSophJ New Rockford
Naumann, Helen fHEfFrJ Temvik, 64, 147, 198
Nayes, James 1AgEngfFrJ Fingal, 52, 145, 179
Neeb, James CChfSophJ Fargo
Morris, Donna KAAS-Frj Fargo, 160
Morrison, Azeline Cavalier, 64, 196
Morrison, Irvin fAgrfSrJ Neche, 40, 52, 74, 180
Morrissey, Patrick fMEfSrJ Cooperstown, 40
Morrow, Donald CMEfSrJ Fargo, 40, 61, 62, 148
Morrow, Robert fAgrfFrJ Erie, 223
Nlorsch, Helen fChfJrj Enderlin, 148, 196
Morse, Shirley Ann fAASfSophJ Moorhead, Minn.
Morud, Gordon CAASfFrJ Fargo
Mott, Henry fCEfSophJ Grafton, 228
Moum, Richard fCEfJrJ Rolla, 179
Nellermoe, Donna CAASfJrJ Fargo, 77-, 73, 91, 93, 17-3 158
Nelles, Dale fAAS'S0phJ FPIFEO
Nelson, Alfred fArchfJrj Fargo
Nelson, Barbara QAAS-Jrj Washburn, 149, 152, 217
Nelson, Betty fAASfJrJ Fargo, 103, 158
Nelson, Dennis fArchEngfFrJ Bismarck, 224
Nelson, Donald B. fAAS'l1'l F3180
Nelson, Donald H. CEE'S1'l FRIED, 40
Nelson, Dwaine fAASfFrJ Coteau
Nelson, Earl fCEfSrJ Fargo
Nelson, Edsel QCEfFrJ Fargo
Frances fHF.fJrJ Fargo, 65
Nelson? Frederick fAAS'Frj San Gabriel, Calif., 128
Gordon QAASfFrj Veblen, S. Dak., 145
lna fHEfSophJ Oslo, Minn., 64, 199
Joel fPhfJrJ Grafton
John fEngfSophj Bisbee, 200
Kermit fME'FrJ Fargo, 223
Leo QEE'SophJ Fargo
Lois QHF.fSrJ Milnor, 40, 82
Lyle QAgrfS1'J Donnybrook, 30, 40, 53, 74, Sl. 95, 170
I Nels fPhfSrJ Raises, 41
, Norman fAASfFrj Veblen, S, Dak.
Phillip fAgrEng-Sophj Lake Park, Minn., 49, 182
Richard QPhfFrj Sharon, 178
Ronald L. fMEfJrJ Bisbee, 144, 216 '
Ronald W, QF.F.fFrJ Bucyrus, 134, 143. 188
William fMEfSophj Fargo
Nelson, Zoe fChfFrj Mandan, 57, 141, 154, 196
Nemzek, Paula fAAS'JrJ Moorhead, Minn., 75, 156
Nemzek, Robert CChfSophJ Moorhead, Minn.
Nesheim, Peder fAgr-Sophj Van Hook, 52, 172
Ness, Bernard fAdF.ngfJrj Fargo, 84, 186
Ness, Walter QAgrfFrJ Edmore, 52, 1.79
Nesset, Oscar fAgrfJrj Fargo
Netzer, Ambrose fAAS-Sophj Hazen, 213, 223
Neumann, Bernett fPh'FrJ Gackle, 134, 201
Neumann, Cordell fME'Sophj Gackle, 201
Newman, Florence QHF.fSrJ Bismarck, 41, 82, 133, 134, 198
Newman, Frances CHF.fSrj Mandan, 41, 64, 198, 217
Nickeson, Phyllis QHE'Srj Langdon, 41, 65, 134, 196
Nicolai, Alfred QME-Frj Milnor, 222
Niebels, Mary fHEfSophJ Fergus Falls, Minn., 156
Nielson, Peter fAASfSophJ Fargo
Nancy QHEfJrj Fargo, 65, 75, 148, 156
Frank fAASfSophJ Lisbon, 174
Noltirnier, Ralph fAgrfSrJ Valley City
Noonan, George fArchfSophJ Pasadena, Calif., 125, 137, 185
Noonan, James fAASfSrJ Fargo, 41, 170, 203
Norbo, Marvin fAgrfSophj Hatton, 51
Norby, Barclay fAASfFrj Fargo, 185, 223
Nord, Elmer QPhfFrj Fosston, Minn,
Nordine, Roland fCh'GradJ Hallock, Minn.
Nornes, George QAgrfSophJ Mclntosh, Minn.
Norstog, Konrad QAgrfFrJ Watford City, 223
Noss, Richard fAAS'FrJ Harvey
Nostdahl, Ward QAgr'Jrj Bottineau
Nott, Merle fAASfSrj Fargo, 33, 72, 76
Novaria, Don CAAS-Srj Fargo
Nowak, Robert fEEfSophJ Moorhead, Minn,
Nowak, Thomas QEEfSophj Moorhead, Minn.
Nudell, Dale QAAS-Jrj Buffalo, 204
Nybeck, Cleone QHE-Srj West Fargo, 41, 168, 215
Nydahl, Joan fHE'FrJ Fargo, 65, 128, 145, 166
Nymon, Charles fMEfSrJ Fargo, 41
Nystuen, Walter QAgrfFrj Corinth, 53, 172, 223
Oakes, Harry fArchEng'FrJ Moorliead, Minn., 59
O'Daniels, Hugh fF.EfSophj Fargo
Odegaard, Harold fAgrfSrJ Fargo, 53
Odegard, Glenn fMEfFrJ Velva
Odney, Robert QPhfSophJ Grand Forks
O'Hearn, Virginia CHEfFrj Minot, 65, 148, 197
O'Leary, Patrick fArchfJrjDilworth, Minn., 59, 72, 124, 128, 186
Olgaard, Kermit QEEfSophJ Cooperstown
Olig, Herman fPhfSophj Napoleon, 176
Oliver, James fEE'JrJ Fargo
Ollenburger, Maelon Backman fPhfJrJ Wilton
Olmstead, Allen fCF.'FrJ St. Thomas
Olslund, Gayland fPh'JrJ Fargo
Ann fPhfSrj Minnewaukan, 41, 79, 199
Bertel fCEfJrJ Grand Forks, 102, 134
Biorn fArch-Sophj Moorhead, Minn., 59
Charles CAgrfSophJ Hawley, Minn., 222
Claris fPhfSrJ Sharon, 41, 176
Dale CAASfFrj Litchville, 223
David fPhfFrJ Fosston, Minn., 223
Dora fAAS'JrJ New Rockford, 144, 196
Florence fHEfJrJ Barrett, Minn., 64, 134, 149, 196
Gerald fEEfFrJ Brocket, 222
Grace fPh'SrJ Minnewaukari, 41, 79, 199
Harold fEEfJrJ Fargo, 202
Howard fPh-Jrj Enderlin, 41
Howard M, CAgrEngrfSrj Sheldon, 49, 74, 170
James fAgrfJrJ Maddock, 52, 170
Joe fAgrfFrj Valley City, 50, 102
Kathryn fHE'Sophj Fargo, 152
Kenneth R fMEfFrJ Brocket, 144
Kenneth S. fAgrfSophj Plaza, 50, 53, 130,
Lee fEEfSophJ Fargo
Leila fAASfSophj Dickinson, 217
Leone fAASfJrj Amidon, 144, 198
Olson, Marion fHEfSophj Milnor, 65, 198
Olson, Marriam QEF.fJrJ Fargo, 60,204
Olson, Marvin fAASfSophJ Fargo
Olson, Muriel fHEfFrj Buxton
Peter fCEfFrj Bismarck, 185, 202, 224
Robert O. Pekin, 102, 139
Robert R. QF,EfFrj Fargo, 192
Olson, Theodore fEE'SophJ Moorhead, Minn.
Olson, Virgene Moorhead, Minn., 162
Vivian fHEfSrJ Amidon, 41, 64, 134, 198,
Warren QAgrfFrj Bowbells
O'Neill, Virginia QAASfSophj Fessenden
Onstad, Charles fMEfSophJ Fargo, 185
Ophejm, Clifford fChfSophJ Moorhead, Minn.
Opheini, Lewis CPhfJrj Bagley, Minn.
Opperman, Warren fAdEngfSophJ Fargo, 192
Opstad, Carl fAgr'SophJ Douglas
Ordalil, Kenneth QAgrfSophJ Dickinson
Hubert fAgr-Sophj Bottineau, 201
Otto fAgr'SophJ Bottineau, 200
Orth, Louise QAAS'SophJ Cogswell, 148, 196
Orthmeyer, Frank fCEfJrJ Hazelton, 102
Oslund, Charlotte fHEfSophj McVille, 64, 134, 145, 1.97
Ostby, Marvin QF.EfSophJ Georgetown, Minn.
Oster, Leland fAgrfFrj Beulah
Osterwind, Edwin fAASfFrJ Richardton
James fCh'SophJ Crystal, 179, 201, 223
Gerald QAgr-Frj Kindred, 52, 144, 224
James QEE-Jrj Detroit Lakes, Minn., 192
Overvold, Alex QAgrF.ngfJrj Fargo, 49
Owen, Paul fMEfFrJ Menoken, 51, 222
Owens, Robert fAdEng-Jrj Hawley, Minn., 84, 91, 186, 221
Oxley, Dan QAAS'FrJ Cogswell
Robert fEEfFrJ New Rockford, 222
Page, Frank QAgrfSophj Leeds
Page, John fAgrfFrj Hamilton, 147
Pahl, Fran QAASfFrj Lidgerwood, 198
Palmberg, Charles fAgr'FrJ Velva, 132
Palmer, Dwight CAgrfFrj Devils Lake, 50, 215, 224
Palmer, Glenn fAASfJrJ Fargo
Palmer, Jeanne fHE'SrJ Devils Lake, 50, 41, 65, 196
Palmer, Joyce fAASfFrJ Fargo
Lee, fAgEng-Sophj Devils Lake, 50, 134, 201, 215, 224
Palmerson, Peter fAgrEngfFrj McGregor, 73, 223
Paper, Harry fAASfJrJ Fargo, 222
Paper, Lewis fAASfSophj Fargo, 134
Pappas, John fAASfSophJ Fargo
Parisian, Douglas fAASfFrJ Mahnomen, Minn.
Parker, Charles fAASfSrJ Moorhead, Minn,
Parsons, Richard fAASfSophj Fargo, 146, 215
Parsons, Russell fAASfFrj Fargo, 146, 184, 215, 224
Patera, Beverly fAASfFrj Bismarck, 199
Paul, Herbert QAAS'Frj Edgeley, 202, 223 ,
Paulson, Eugene fAgrEngfSrJ Hoople, 49
Paulsen, John QAAS-Sophj Fargo, 72, 127, 186
Pavcsik, Gustav fArchfSophJ Pompton, Lakes, N, J.
Pavlik, Frank fAASfSophJ Buffalo
Pavlik, Margaret QHF.fSrJ Buffalo, 41, 65, 134, 140, 197
Peckskamp, Jerome QChfFrJ Fargo, 184
, Alden fAgr-Frj Northwood
, Donald K. fPhfSophJ Thief River Falls, Minn.
, Donald O. fEEfJrJ Moorhead, Minn., 60
, Oscar fAgrfJrJ Crosby
, Wayne QChfFrJ Fargo, 223
Peet, Roger CMEfJrJ Fargo, 188
Peltier, Joseph fAgrfFrj Arthur, 222
Pepple, Vernon fAgr-Jrj Rochester, Minn., 52
Perkins, Adeline fHF.fFrJ Wilton, 50, 65, 198
Persselin, Nathan QMEfFrJ Fargo
Persson, Carl fAgrfSrJ Edgeley, 41, 52, 74, 170
Persson, William CAASfFrj Fargo, 192
Perusse, Eugene fF.EfFrJ Fargo, 148, 222
Peske, Robert QAAS-Sophj Fargo
Clarence CMEfFrJ Fargo, 184, 223
Dennis fCEfFrj Fargo
DeWayne fAAS'FrJ Rothsay, Minn., 184, 223
Harvey fAgrfSophj Hastings
Leonard fCEfSophj Moorhead, Minn.
Lowell fChfFrJ Dazey, 179
Marvin fAgrfSophj Orleans, Minn., 62, 190, 200, 221,
Norman fCE'SophJ Alexander
Randolph fAAS'Jrj Fargo, 104, 182
Robert fAASfFrJ Moorhead, Minn.
Rodney fAAS'Sophj Fargo
Stanley Gwinner, 80
Virginia fHEfSophJ LaMoure, 50, 64,
Wilbur QAAS-Sophj Manfred
Pfliger, Joseph fAASfFrj Stanton, 223
Phillips, Mrs, Patrick Fehr fPhfJrJ Fargo
Pickett, Irl fEEfSrJ Fargo, 41
Pierce, James fAgrfSophJ Bismarck, 191
Pile, Donald fMEfSrJ Cando, 41, 61, 62
Pile, Roy fAgrEngfSophJ Cando, 49, 170, 217, 224
Pitsenbarger, Claire fAASfSophJ Moorhead, Minn., 173
Pladson, Verne fAAS'FrJ Fargo
Plemel, James CAgrfFrJ Starkwcather, 223
Polis, Dan fAASfSophJ Fargo
Pomeroy, Robert QMEfSophj LaCrosse, Wis.
Roberts, Wanda QHE-Jrj Fargo, 64, 82, 146
Roblnswh Arthur fAdEngfJrJ Pine City, Minn.
Robinson, Curtis fAgr-Sophj Stirum, 102, 149, 222
Robinson, Donald fMEfFrJ Stirum, 102, 149
Robinson, Gene CAAS-Sophy Hillsboro
Robinson, Ray fChfFrj Garrison, 202
Robinson, Stephen fAgrfEngj Williston
Roche, Kenneth CPhfFrj Thief River Falls, Minn,
Pope, John QAAS-Frj Fargo
Gene fAgrfFrj Hillsboro, 223
Paul CAASfFrJ Bismarck, 173
Gordon fAASfSrJ Rogers, 42
Potter, Thomas IEE-Sophj Fargo
Powell, Donald fArch-Frj Fargo, 187, 223
Powell, George fAdEngfSophJ Fargo, 186
Pratsc ner Joseph QCE Sophj Jud
h , f
Pratt, George QAgEngfSophJ Gardner, 49, 173, 203
Pratt, Jeanne KAAS-SophJ Grandin, 174, 197
Pratt, Raymond fPhfJrJ Northwood
Preckel, Howard fAASfFrJ Fargo, 223
Preszler, Donald CArchEng-Jrj Jamestown, 73, 182, 217
Price, Leslie fAASfSrJ Dickinson, 42
Price, Lewis fEEfSophJ Fargo
Prince, Shirley Regent, 197, 64, 78, 103, 172, 197
Pristash, Mike fMEfSrJ Cleveland, Ohio, 42, 188
Prody, Mark KEE-Sophj Kent, Minn.
Prody, Paul KEE-Sophj Kent, Minn,
Provance, William fAgrfJrj Cummings, 102, 139, 147
Pugh, William fAASfSophJ Fargo
Puhr, Alois QAgrfFrJ Fingal, 102, 1.48
Pull, Albert fAAS'SrJ Fargo, 76
Qual, Otis cAgF'JfJ Lisbon, 72
Quam, Don fAASfFrj Fargo
Quam, Mildred fHEfSrj Fargo, 42, 168
Milton fMEfFrJ Pekin, 102
Quanbeck, Sherman fMEfFrJ McVille, 222
Quandt, Robert fAASfFrJ Fargo, 187
Quarne, Erwin fAgrfFrj Grenora, 172
Quanrud, Helen QAAS-Jrj Bismarck
Quarve, William fMEfSophJ Britten, S, Dak,
Anita QChfJrJ Fargo, 178
Quinn, John fAASfJrj Fargo
Ramberg, Marvin CAASfFrj Fargo
Randall, Ronald fAAS'Frj Graceville, Minn.
Ranney, Mary fAASfSophJ Fargo, 117, 126, 148, 176
Rash, Francis QCEfJrJ New Salem
Rask, Allan fAASfFrJ Hendrum, Minn.
Rasmussen, Lowell QAASfSophJ Hettinger
Rasmussen, Robert fAASfSophJ Jamestown
Raszler, Raymond fAgrfFrj Beulah
Rau, Duane fAgrfFrJ Medina, 102, 224
Rausch, Curtis fEE'SophJ Elgin
Rausch, Rosamond fPhfFrJ West Fargo, 167
Rawson, Colleen fHEfFrJ Pettihone, 67, 144, 198
Rayburn, Robert fEEfFrj Havana
Reardon, Everett fMEfFrJ Jamestown
Redmann, Louis fEEfFrj Fargo, 224
Redman, Maryrose fHEfSophJ Heil, 197
Reeck, Bernard QAAS'FrJ Courtenay
Rehm, Raymond fChfSophj Hebron
Reichert, Haskell fMEfJrJ Moorhead, Minn., 61, 62
Reimers, Steve fAgr-Sophj Bordulac, 72, 170, 223
Reinan, Jerome fAgrfSrJ Blanchard, 42, 72, 182
Re.iten, Alton, fAgr-Frj Hastings, 147, 172
Reiten, Chester, fAg1'fSrJ Fargo, 4-2, 73, 102, 139
Reiten, Joy Steenson fHEfSophj Fargo
Remick, Daniel fPhfSophj Bagley, Minn.
Remme, Audrey fAASfJrJ Fargo, 117
Resvick, Jean fCEfFrj Devils Lake, 62
Resvick, Milton fAgrfSophJ Devils Lake, 72, 170, 228, 231
Rhode, John fAASfFrJ Fargo
Rhoton, Donald CAgrfFrJ Emerado, 222
Rice, Clair QCEfSrj Solen, 42, 192
Rice, Lorne fMEfSophj Elk River, Minn.
Richter, John fAASfFrJ Lidgerwood
Richter, Richard QAgrEngfFrj New Rockford, 202, 223
Rinde, Robert QAASfFrJ Hoople
Ringen, Leif fAgrfGradJ Kenmare
Ringwald, Donald QArchfFrJ Fargo
Ringwall, Mary QAAS-Srj Columbus, 42, 77, 133, 199
Rintoul, Harold fMEfSrj Fargo, 42
Rintoul, Robert QPhfFrj Fargo
Riskedahl, Jasper fAgrfSophJ Prairie Farm, Wis.
Ritchie, Alan fAAS'SophJ Buffalo
Ritchie, Lyle fAAS'Sophj Fargo, 84, 222
Roach, Robert QAdEngfJrj Fargo, 148, 217
Robb, Floyd fAAS'JrJ Mohall, 42, 84, 134, 202, 223
Rode, Donald fAASfJrJ Walker, Minn.
Rode, John fChfGradj Walker, Minn.
Rodenhizer, Bruce CPhfFrJ Powers Lake, 222
Roel, John fArchEngfSophJ Fargo, 187
Rogness, Richard CEE-Sophj Manfred, 62, 190
Ronan, Dale fAgreFrj Manvel, 222
Rosatti, Robert CAAS'JrJ Fargo
Rose, David fAASfFrJ Fargo, 222
Rose, Robert fPhfSrj Thief River Falls, Minn., 42, 176, 207
Rosendahl, Edmund QME-Jrj Kindred, 200
Rosendahl, James QAgrfFrJ Finley
Ross, John fAASfSophj Williston
Rosvold, Marvin fArchEngfFrJ Lakota, 79
Roth, Herbert QAgrfJrj Ashley
Rothrock, Clifford fAASfSrj Fargo
Rott, George fAASfSophJ Selfridge, 222
Rotvold, Lawrence QAAS-Srl Halstad, Minn., 42 134
Rounds, Kerry fPhfSophj Hazen, 73, 200
Rowe, Wayne fAgr'Srj Grand Forks, 42, 74, 102
Roy, Robert QAAS-Jrj Bayport, Minn., 147, 228
Rudolph, Duane QAAS-Frj Fargo
Rudrud, Merlin fArchEng'JrJ Hillsboro, 192
Rulon, Margaret QHEfSophJ Fargo, 72, 77, 164
Runestrand, Roger fAgrF.ngfSrJ Fargo
Runice, Robert QAAS-Frj Fargo, 73, 142, 223
Rush, Clayton fAASfSophj Fargo
Rust, Leo fAgr'FrJ Straubville, 222
Rustad, Kenneth fAASfFrj Hawley, Minn.
Rustad, Robert fAgrfJrj Fergus Falls, Minn., 42, 73, 74
Rustvold, Lowell Hendrum, Minn,
Rutten, Darrell fPh'SophJ Moorhead, Minn,
Rutter, George QArchfSophJ Michigan, 79
Rygg, Lester fAASfSrj Moorhead, Minn., 4-2
Rypka, Edward fEEfFrJ J-uanita 202
Saar, Gerald fAASfSophj Rogers, 223
Sad, Roger QAAS-Sophj Dazey, 179, 201
Sakshaug, Arnold fCEfFrj Sherwood
Sample, Thomas fCEfSophJ Fergus Falls, Minn.
Sampsel, Donald QPhfSophJ Washburn
Samson, Charles CAgrfFrJ Fairdale, 191, 223
Samson, Lyle QAgr-Sophj Fairdale
Samson, Wesley fAgrEngfSrj Fairdale, 42, 49
Sand, Jane QPhfSophJ Langdon, 199
Sandbeck, Beverly fHEfSophJ Fargo, 67, 141, 147, 162, 197
Sandbeck, Shirley fAASfFrJ Kindred
Sandberg, Alfred QEEfSophJ Fargo
Sandberg, William fEEfJrJ Fargo
Sander, Carl fAgr-Frj Edmore
Sanderson, Barbara QAAS-Frj Lisbon, 70, 134, 137, 147
Sandvig, Harold fCh'FrJ Albert Lea, Minn., 187, 203, 222
Sarsten, Marion CAAS-Jrj Valley City, 174
Sather, Gladys fHEfSrJ Starkweather, 33, 42, 64, 82, 87, 134
Sather, Paul fAgrEngfJrJ Fargo, 49, 62, 190, 223
Saumweber, Leslie fChfSophJ Fargo
Saunders, Robert fPh'SophJ Minot
Sauter, Clarence QEE-Sophj Fairmount
Sauvageau, Gerald fAASfJrJ Fargo, 148, 186, 228
Sauvie, Leo fAgr-Frj Forest River
Savage, Thomas QPhfSophj Cook, Minn.
Sawby, Julian fMEfSophj Fargo
Saxerud, Gerald fAASfFrJ Cooperstown
Saxerud, Marian CAASfFrJ Cooperstown
Schafer, Charles fAgr-Frj Hillsboro
Schafer, Marvin fAASfSophJ Hibbing, Minn., 238
Schamberger, Carroll QAgrfFrj Moorhead, Minn., 222
Schaubert, Vernon QAAS'FrJ Bowdon, 222
Scheel, Paul fAgrEng-Sophj Sheldon, 49, 130, 170
Scherer, James fAASfFrJ St. Paul, Minn.
Scherling, John fAASfFrJ Fargo
Scherling, Mary QAAS-Srj Fargo, 42, 162
Schlichenmayer, Daryl fPhfFrj Bismarck
Schmidgall, Floyd fPhfFrJ Hancock, Minn., 178
Schmidgall, William QEE-Frj Hancock, Minn.
Schmidt, Annabelle fPhfSophl Fergus Falls, Minn., 79, 199
Schmidt, Wayne fEEfSophJ New Salem,'14'7, 221, 222
Schmierer, Bettelu fHEfSophJ Fargo, 164
Robert CAAS-Srj Sykeston, 43, 84, 217
Schmitt, Roman fEF.fSophJ Fargo
Dale fAASfSophj Tower City, 223
Donald fEEfJrJ Frazee, Minn.
John fAgrEngfSophj Williston, 170
Schneider, Clifford iEEfFrJ Haynes
Schnell, Douglas QAASfSophj Fargo, 186
Schoen, Dick QArchEngfFrJ Ortonville, Minn., 59, 137, 224
Schoen, Eleanor fHEfSophj Ortonville, Minn., 65, 142, 154, 198
Schoenecker, Warren fPhfFrJ Fargo, 224
Schoener, Robert fChfFrJ Fargo, 149, 184
Schollander, Keith fAASfJrJ Fargo, 97, 186
Schonberger, Harold QAAS-Frj Wheatland
Schonberger, Leroy QAAS-Sophj Wheatland, 182
Schreiner, Robert fAASfJrJ Fargo, 128, 212
Schuld, John fPhfSophJ Richardton
Schulenberg, Wallace QCE-Frj Fargo
Schultz, Alton KAAS-Frj Albert Lea, Minn.
Schultz, Shirley QAASfJrJ Hillsboro, 196
Schulz, John fCh'SophJ Fargo
Schulz, Paul QEE-Jrj Fargo
Schur, Ronald QAAS-Frj Fargo
Schuricht, Naomi fHEfSrj Hillsboro, 43, 65, 72, 75, 130, 134,
Schutt, Irving fMEfJrJ Fargo
Schwader, William QEEfFrJ Fargo, 184
Schwalier, Al fAASfSophJ Fargo
Schwarz, Beryl fAASfSrJ Fargo, 34, 124, 128, 162
Schwer, J. W. fAASfSophJ Fargo, 137, 186
Schwer, Janet fAAS'FrJ Fargo, 137, 166, 217
Schwinkendorf, Myron QCh-Frj Mandan, 146, 222
Scofield, Arnold fArchEngfFrj Dilworth, Minn.
Scott, Robert QEE-Frj Arthur, 202, 222
Seals, William CAAS'FrJ Minot, 222, 228
Searles, Donald fAASfFrJ Dalton, Minn.
Sebens, Marjorie fAASfJrJ Fargo, 43, 156
Seeba, Laurence fCE'Srj Fargo
Seeba, Walter fArchEngfFrJ Fargo, 173, 223
Seefeldt, Audrey QHE-Sophj Grand Rapids, 50, 64, 168, 197
Seelig, Eldon QAgrEng'Jrj Fargo, 49, 74, 179, 180
Seidel, Gloria fHEfSrJ Cathay, N, D., 43, 65, 86
Seim, Norman fMEfSophJ Pelican Rapids, Minn., 204, 215
Sellent, Edward fEEfFrJ Durbin
Senich, Rudolph fPhfSophj Carson Lake, Minn.
Serrano, Angel CMEfSophJ Carolina, Puerto Rico, 133
Se1'rin, Pierce fArchfFrj Glenwood, Minn.
Setterlund, Vern fPhfJrJ Fargo, 43, 176
Severson, Helen fAASfFrj Fort Ransom, 143, 198
Severson, Lyle fPhfJrJ Park River, 200
Scverson Mary fHEfFrJ Fargo, 65
Severson, Norman fCh'SrJ Fargo, 43, '76
Shaheen, Mary QHEfFrJ Fargo, 65, 128, 161
Shaheen, Michael QHE'SophJ Fargo, 191
Shanks, Robert iAdEngfJrJ Fargo, 174
Shea, Ellen fAASfFrj Fargo, 128, 155
Sheffield, Meta QHE-Jrj Edgeley, 75, 155, 143, 156, 196
Sheffield, Robert KEE-Jrj Edgeley, 143, 203
Sheldon, Jane fAASfSophj Wheatland, 147, 1.68, 197
Shenko, William fAAS'SophJ Beach
Sherman, Frank fAASfSophj Moorhead, Minn., 142, 228
Sherman, Robert fArch-Frj Minot, 59, 73
Shima, John fPhfSophJ Montgomery, Minn.
Sholts, Donald fArgfSrJ Walker, Minn., 43, 52, 74
Shrawder, Jerome fEEfSrJ Fargo, 43
Sibley, Earl fCE'SophJ Devils Lake, 228
Sidener, Mary QHEfFrJ Fargo, 166
Sieber, Robert QArch'Frj Wolford, 148, 201, 223
Siggerisson, Einar QAgrfSrJ Reyhjavik, Iceland, 43, 74, 133
Sigurdson, John QME-Sophj Edinburg, 62, 190, 201
Sigurdson, Robert fPhfJrJ Bottineau
Sigurdson, Stephen KEE-Frj Edinburg, 62, 134, 144, 201
Sill, Kenneth QMEfJrJ Beach, 43
Silsand, Peter fCEfJrj Haynes, 62, 190
Simon, Roy fAAS'Sophj Napoleon, 182
Simons, Robert fAgr'Srj Cavalier, 43, 182
Ralph fAASfJrj Mapleton, 202
Sinner, Paul fAAS'SrJ Fairmount, 43, 174
Sittauer, Patricia fHE'Frj Fargo, 160
Skadberg, Marvin fAgrfFrj Carrington, 53, 172, 223
Skerik, Kathryn fHEfSophJ Hines, Minn., 64, 144, 199
Skibness Gerald fPh-Frj Fergus Falls, Minn., 178
Glenn QEE'Frj Hatton, 222
Skogen, Vernon fAASfSophJ Hillsboro, 192
Skolness, Ames fAgrfSrj Valley City, 33, 43, 51, 102
Skonnard, Shirley fHEfJrj Valley City, 64, 137, 197
Skorhcim, Raymond QAgrfSrJ Adams, 43, 53, 74, 77, 81, 170,
Skrien, Vernon Ulen, Minn., 200
Skurdahl, Elmer fEEfSophJ Aneta, 217
Sleight, Stephen fPh'SophJ Beach, 180
Sletten, Harold fMEfSrJ Churchs Ferry, 43, 61, 81, 188
Slingsby, Marge fHEfSrJ Argusville, 43, 199
Smallwood, Walter fChfSophj Minot, 57, 73, 186, 201
Smillie, Lorene CAASfSophj Fargo, 86, 156
Smillie, Marilyn fHEfFrJ Fargo, 155
Smith, Ann fAAS'Frj Moorhead, Ivlinn., 166
Smith, Dallas fAASfJrJ Williston, 133
Smith, Douglas fChfJrJ Fargo, 192
Smith, Harry fAgr-Frj Cogswell, 222
Smith, Kirk fAASfFrJ Cogswell, 223
Smith, Lydia QHEfSrj Kenmare, 43, 65, 134, 198, 217
Smith, Samuel fPh'SrJ Fargo, 43, 83
Smooth, Robert fAASfSophJ Fargo, 115, 133, 148, 223
Snyder, Robert QME'FrJ Underwood, 203
Solberg, Ernest QAAS-Frj Rolette, 102
Solien, Walton fMEfFrJ Twin Valley, Minn., 222
Sollin, Ingmar fChfSrJ Rugby, 43, 57
Solon, Harvey QAASfJrj Duluth, Minn., 228
Solvie, Ellwood QPhfFrJ Glenwood, Minn., 178
Sommerdorf, Marjorie fHE'FrJ Towner, 64, 134, 149, 167, 198
Somsen, Harry QAgrfSrJ Fargo, 43
Sonju, Audrey fHEfFrJ Hannaford, 141, 154
Sonnenberg, Lester fEEfJrJ Valley City, 202
Sorenson, David fChfJrj Moorhead, Minn., 57
Sorkness, Nancy fHEfFrJ Fargo, 166
Sorley, Meredith fHEfJrJ Fargo, 158, 215
Sorlie, Dolores QHE-Frj Churchs Ferry, 65, 137, 141, 155, 199
Sorlie, Donald QAclEngfSophj Fargo, 182
Sorlie, Richard fAdEngfFrJ Fargo, 184, 216
Sorlie, Victor fCEfFrJ Fargo, 184, 224
Sorvik, Kenneth fAASfSrj Moorhead, Minn., 43
Sparks, James fAdEngfJrJ Hannah, 84, 222
Spaulding, Howard fAgrfSrJ Sherwood, 43, 212
Speers, Harold fArch'SophJ Moorhead, Minn., 59
Spiller, Roy fPhfSrj Cavalier, 203
Spilman, Adeline QHEfSophJ Minot, 64, 145, 199
Spoonheim, Donald fPhfJrJ Williston, 176
Springer, Alice CHEfSrJ Wyndmere, 43, 82, 77, 168
Springer, Donald fCh'JrJ Valley City, 57
Stangeland, Sigurd fAgrfJrJ Juanita, 74
Stangler, Gerald fAgrfFrJ Lucca, 53, 172
Stark, William QAgrfJrJ Beach, 53, 170
Staska, John QME-Sophj Moorhead, Minn., 190
Staszko, Edward QArchfJrJ Omaha, Nebraska, 59, 174
Steen, Floyd fEE'JrJ Halstad, Minn., 60, 188, 224
Stegner, Anne QHE-Jrj Amidon, 131, 132
Stegner, William fAgrfJrJ Rhame, 52, 102, 131, 144
Stein, Lloyd QMEfSrJ Gladstone, Ore., 186
Steinl-re, Alfred fAgrEngfSrj Tuttle, 102, 145, 223
Stene, Merrill fAASfSrJ Fargo, 44, 192
Stenehjem, Orin fME'Sophj Hatton, 139, 145
Stevens, Floyd fAASfSrJ Esmond, 44
Stewart, John QAgr'SophJ Gilby, 172, 204
Stibbe, Marvin QCE-Frj Hunter, 222
Stine, Daniel fEE'FrJ Valley City, 91
Stine, James fAgrfJrJ Williston, 52, 74, 170
Stine, Lester 4Agf'SOPl1J Felton, Minn., 49, 145
Stoa, Theodore fChfFrJ Fargo, 215, 224
Stokka, Morris fMEfJrj Fargo, 61
Stoner, Ray CAgr'FrJ Outlook, Mont., 102
Stormon, Harry fAASfSrJ Devils Lake, 44, 192
Stotts, Hugh fPhfSrJ Fargo, 44
Stotts, Vernald fMEfSophJ Starkweather, 188
Strandemo, Robert CAAS-Frj Bismarck, 191
Strandemo, Vernon fAASfSophJ Mahnolnen, Minn., 228
Striegel, Curtis fAgrfFrj Leith, 102
Strom, Arnold tAASfSophJ Moorhead, Minn., 182
Strom, Joseph fMEfFrJ Fargo, 179
Strong, Hubert fAgrfSophJ Walhalla, 52, 172
Strong, Vernon fCEfSophJ Fargo, 192
Strother, George KME-Sophj Bismarck, 142
Strother, Luella fHE'Srj Bismarck, 44, 82, 142
Stroup, Richard fArchfFrj Little Eagle, S, Dak., 223
Stubsjoen, Harvey fArch-Sophl Fargo, 200
Sturlaugson, Vernon fAgr-Sophj Moorhead, Minn., 52
Styles, John fAgrfFrJ Bowesmont, 184, 223
Sullivan, Rosemary fAASfSophJ Fargo, 164
Sunclstad, Frederick fEEfSrJ Perley, Minn., 44, 190
Sundstrom, Paul CAgrfFrj Valley City, 53, 102, 222
Sveum, Leland fChfSrj Enderlin, 44, 57
Swanke, John fAgrEng-Frj Lakota, 49
Swanson, Charles QAASfSrJ Fargo, 44, 81
Swanston, William KAAS-Frj Fargo, 186
Sweeney, Wallace CAgr'Srj Larimore, 44, 51, 74, 77, 102
Swenson, Bernice fHEfSrj Wahpeton, 44, 64
Swenson, Earl fAgrEng-Frj McGregor, 73, 145, 223
Swift, May Adelle Glen Ullin, 64, 82, 134, 144, 199
Swisher, Loretta fAASfSrJ Fargo, 44, 77, 105, 140, 162, 217
Symington, James fPhfFrJ Neche, 179
Tallackson, Faye fHEfJrj Grafton, 65, 196
Tate, John fEEfJrj Fargo, 62, 215
Tavis, Richard CArch-Srj Fargo, 59, 182
Tedin, Irving QAAS-Sophj Oakes, 191
Teichmann, Marian KAAS-Srl Fargo, 44, 75
Teigen, Joseph fAASfSophJ Fargo, 176
Tennefos, Jens QCE-Frj Fargo, 184
Tenneson, Robert fCEfSophJ Fargo, 223
Tessier, Leonard fArchfSophJ Fargo, 148, 223
Tewksbury, Lewellyn fAgrfSophj Washburn, 50, 53, 147, 223
Thacker, Robert fAgrfSophJ Cavalier, 245
Tharaldson, John QAASfSrJ Wilton, 44
Theobald, lvlargaret fAAS'Sophj Raub, 132, 158
Thingstad, Morris QAAS-Sophj Hillsboro, 192, 215
Thomas, Clifford cPl1E!.1'111'Jl'J Breckenridge, Minn., 176
Thompson, Bert QEEfSrJ Hazelton, 60, 174
Thompson, Darlene QAASfJrJ Belfield, 144, 154, 198
Wald, LCG fAgr'Frj Medberry, 222
Vvalhood, Myron fAdEngfSophJ Leonard, 179, 180
XValle1'1us, Jeanne fHEfJrj Fargo, 72, 78, 82, 101,
Walster, James IAAS-Sophj Larimore, 174
Walfffss LSSECYA CAAS-Jrj Dickinson, 182
Wangsness, Irvin fCl1Ell1'Gl'HdJ Grafton, 57
Wunzek, Leo fMEfFrj Windsor, 223
Thompson, Donald fEEfSophj Minot, 173
Thompson, Doris QAAS'JrJ Hoople, 78, 196
Thompson, James fAASfFrj Cooperstown, 191
Thompson, Loreen fHEfFrJ Hoople, 65, 161, 196
Thompson, Margot fHEfSophJ Sharon, 64, 199
Thompson, Neil QAAS-Sophj Hazelton, 174
Richard CAASfFrJ Fargo, 224
Roger QAgr-Frj Underwood, Minn., 222
Russell QAgrfSrJ Glenfield, 44
Sidney fAgr-Srj Litchville, 44, 74, 170
rge fMEfFrJ Harvey, 203
vid fEEfFrJ Fargo, 173, 223
Thonn, Paul fMEfSopl1J Fargo, 80, 99, 174, 215
Thorleifson, Harriette fHE'Srj Bottineau, 44, 152, 217
Thorndal, Herbert QAgrfFrJ Fergus Falls, Minn., 222
Thorsgaard, Wallace QAgrfFrJ Northwood, 51, 222
Thorson, Gerald fAASfFrj Fargo, 223
Thurn, Ardyn fHEfFrJ Wishek, 65, 198
Thurnau, Gerald fMEfFrJ Fargo, 146, 184, 222
Tiegen, Florence QAASfJrJ Grenora, 158
eodore fPh-Srl Grenora, 44
land fAgrfJrJ Langdon, 134, 143, 202
Timko, Margie fHEfSophj Minot, 148, 196
Timm, Marlys fHEfSrJ Jamestown, 44, 50, 82, 140, 149, 196
Tindall, Joyce QAAS-Jrj Fargo, 72, 125, 164
Toepke, Kermit fAgrfJrj New Salem, 52, 170
Tokach, David QCEfJrJ St, Anthony, 62, 188
Tollerud, Gordon QAgrfFrj Esmond, 52, 64, 132, 172, 223
Tompt, Kenneth fEEfSrJ Steele, 44, 60, 62
Ware, Chnnis fAASfSrJ Moorhead, Minn., 133
Warner, Legm J. fAgr'SrJ Ryder, 45, 51, 102, 204
Warner, Oliver fPhfSophJ Minneapolis, Minn., 176
Wasmuth, Lowell fAgr'Frj Rothsay, Minn., 203
Warland, Harry iAgrfFrj Antler, 134, 145, 223
Warne, Claire QAAS-Sophj Hannaford, 191
Wursfhke, Betty fHEfFrJ Dunseith, 64, 134, 147, 198
WUf50D, Ruth fHE'JrJ Sykeston, 82, 152. 199
WMSO11, Joyce 1HEfSr1 Valley City, 45, 168
Wayne, Winne fHEfJrj Fargo, 142
WC3V91', Don CAASfFrJ Englevale, 222, 228
Weber, Carol fPh'FrJ Underwood, 143, 198
Weber, Marcin cAg1"J1'J Killdeer, 52, 202
Webster, Owen QChfFrJ Churchs Ferry, 57, 202, 203, 223
Welald, Knut fAg1'EngfSophj Hawley, Minn., 190
Weigel, Roy fCEfJrj Zeeland 02, 148, 190
Weiler, Lloyd fArchEng-Frj Fargo, 191
Welter, Margaret CAAS-Sophj Moorhead, Minn., 156
Wendt, Robert fPhfFrj Luverne, 178, 222
Werre, Jack QAASfSophJ Fargo, 128, 223
West, John fAASfFrJ Fargo, 185
Westman, Connie fHEfSophJ Aneta, 65, 161, 196
Westman, Nola fl-IE'Frj Aneta, 65, 161, 196
White, Miles fAgrfSrj Ellendale, 45, 53
Whitman, Anne fHEfFrJ Fargo, 65, 131, 160
Whitman, Kenneth QPhfFrJ Fargo, 222
Wichman, Dale fAASfFrJ Buffalo, 223
Wichmann, Arthur fAASfFrj Fargo, 185
W1CklHHdCf, DorothyfHE-JrJWashburn,64, 75, 78, 105, 162, 197
Toohey, Ardyce fAASfJrJ Fargo, '72, 100, 129, 140, 164
Torgerson, Jeannine fAAS'Sophj Hawley, Minn., 86, 217
Torgerson, Reuben fAgrfSophJ Parshall, 132, 245
Torson, Josephine QHE-Srl Moorhead, Minn., 44, 65, 162
Toussaint, Armond fAgrfSrJ Leonard, 52, 74
Toussaint, Jeanne QAASfFrj Fargo, 155
Toussaint, William fAgrfFrJ Fargo, 240
Tower, David fPhfSophj Staples, Minn., 222
Trageton, Oliver QAgr-Frj Northwood, 52, 51, 144, 222
Trautman, Arnold fMEfFrJ Cleveland, 203
Trautman, Ruth fAAS'SophJ Cleveland, 147, 198
Trautman, Walter QAgr'Jrj Cleveland, 53, 201
Trett, Joyce QPh-Srj Fargo, 44
Triebold, Arthur fArchF.ngfJrJ Valley City, 200
Trowbridge, Perry CAgrfSophJ Comstock, Minn., 52, 170
Tullius, Dorothy fHEfJrJ Valley City, 65, 148, 154, 197
Turner, David fAAS'SophJ Dickinson, 191
Ulrich, Darold fAgr-Frj Big Stone City, S. D., 222
Undhjem, Arlin fPhfSophj Plentywood, Mont., 201
Ungerecht, Sylvia fHEfFrj Glen Ullin, 65, 198
Unr.uh, Virginia fHE'SophJ Woodworth, 65, 199
Uthus, Earl fArchEngfSophJ Fargo, 59
Vande Walle, Virgil fAgrfJrj Noonan, 52
Vangerud, Thomas QAgr'FrJ Kindred, 52, 145, 215, 224
Vangrud, Lois QHEfSrJ Georgetown, Minn., 44, 64, 199, 217
Vangsness, Elmer fAgrfJrj Carpio, 52, 144
Van Tassel, Paul QPl1-Frj Wyndmere, 223
Vanvig, Solveig fHEfSrj Sentinel Butte, 44
Vaughn, Pat fAASfSopl1J Lisbon, 115, 164, 197
Vettel, Harold fAgr-Frj Cummings, 102, 148
Vick, Alan fMEfFrJ Banks, 217, 224
Vogel, Jane fHEfSophJ Fargo, 86, 148
Vogel, John QMEfSophj Fargo, 148, 222
Vogel, Lambert Fargo, 148, 223
Vogel, Paul fAAS'FrJ Granville, 223
Voll, Delores QAAS-Frj Fargo, 133, 143, 161
Voll, Eugene fAASfSophJ Fargo, 133, 143, 185, 213
Von Bokern, Jack fAASfFrJ Fairmount, 184
Vosseteig, Leroy cAgf'F1'5 Finley, 223
Vosseteig, Noral QAgr-Frj Finley, 222
Vossler, Iona fHEfSophJ Wishek, 65, 145, 198
Vossler, Leo QAgrfJrJ Wishek, 51, 80, 182, 215
Vossler, Viola fHEfFrj Wishek, 65, 141, 145, 198, 215
Vujovich, Nicholas QAASfSophJ South St. Paul, Minn., 174,
Vukelie, Emily fPhfSophJ Beach, 79, 198
Wagner, Charles fAdEng-Jrj Fargo, 80, 125, 182, 215
Wagner, Vernon fPhfJrj Golden Valley, 44, 67, 81, 83, 143, 18.2
Wickstrom, Donald fAAS'Frj Fargo, 223
Wiese, Clifford fAgrfSrj Fargo, 45, 51, 52, 205
Wiese, Mrs. LaVerne fAA8fSrJ Fargo, 45
Wiest, Eugene 1Ph'SrJ Venturia, 45, 176
Wiger, Alfred fAgrEngfFrj Ulen, Minn., 49
Wiger, Ned QEEfSophj Ulen, Minn., 62, 144, 190
Wiig, Allen QAAS-Sophj Fargo, 174
Wilhan, Ruth QHEfSrJ Fargo, 31, 45, 81, 82, 85, 90,
Wilkinson, James fAASfSrJ Trenton, 45, 76, 95, 104,
Williams, Cecil fCh'SophJ Fargo, 223
Williams, John fAASfSrj Fargo, 45, 84, 133, 223
Willming, Maiy QAASfJrJ Fargo, 166
Windmiller, Duane fAAS'Sophj Fergus Falls, Minn., 191
Winge, Ralph fAgr'FrJ Van Hook, 102, 200
Winslow, Charles fAgrfSophJ LaMoure, 52, 134, 149, 201., 228
Winslow, Dorothy Jane QHE-Jrj LaMoure, 50, 64, 105, 134,
Winslow, Dorothy Jeanne fHF.'JrJ LaMourc, 64, 134, 1.49, 196
Wischow, Donald QAgrfJrJ Sentinel Butte, 53, 170, 219
Wischow, Russell fChfFrJ Sentinel Butte, 57, 172, 201, 223
Witz, Richard, 49. 74
Wishek, Max fAASfJrj Ashley, 186
Wisted, Nyle QAAS-Frj Detroit Lakes, Minn., 191
Withiiell, Robert QAASfJrJ Moorhead, Minn., 223
Wodnik, Frank CAgrEngfJrj Williston, 49, 52, 134
Wohlwcnd, Donald fMEfFrJ Lidgerwood, 223
Wold, Grace fAASfFrJ Moorhead, Minn., 161
Wolf, Alvin fAASfFrJ Wishek, 203
Wolf, Wayne fPh-Frj Dickinson, 178, 222
Wolpert, Duane fFhfFrJ Steele, 178, 203
Wolskv, Wesley QAAS-Frj Nome, 223
Wood, Shirley fAASfSophj Fargo, 148
Woods, Robert fAgrfJrJ Forest River, 53
Woodward, Barbara CAASfFrj Lidgerwood, 142, 160
Woodworth, Patricia KHE-Sophj Fargo, 64, 143, 146,
Wyngarden, Eileen Q1-IE-Frj Tappen, 65, 144, 198
Yody, James fCE'JrJ Cleveland, Ohio, 203
Young, Harold 1MEfSrJ Fargo, 45, 188
Zabel, Laverne fAAS-Jrj Grafton, 196
Zeiszler, Helen fAAS-Frj Hazen, 168
Zimmer, Carl fArchEngfJrj Akron, Ohio, 59
Zimmerman, Albert fAASfJrJ New Rockford, 133,
Zimmerman, Jo Ann CHF.fJrj Casselton, 64-, 75, 82, 103, 162
199, 212, 215
Zimmerman, Sarah fAAS'FrJ Fargo, 161
Zube, Virginia fHEfFrJ Fargo, 65, 105, 144
Zweber, Harold fPhfFrj New Market, Minn,, 178, 216, 222
Zweber, Norbert QPhfSrj Rice Lake, Wis., 45, 76,
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