Stewart High School - Gopher Tales Yearbook (Stewart, MN)
- Class of 1955
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SCHOOL BOARD Louis Fenske, Frank Mesenbring,
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MISS BETTY LOU FOERSTER
MRS. RAY BUHR
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MRS. KENNETH GULBRANDSON
Typing and Phy. Ed.
MISS JOAN ULWELLING
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MISS BETTY PEDERSON
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MISS EVELYN KOCH
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Kay Bethke, v pres
and Mavis Fenske, treasurer
The class of 1955 began their high school education in
September of 1950 The Freshman class began with 25 pupils
Our first big event was initiation It seemed cruel at the
time, but we had a lot of fun LaAnna Miller was our Home
coming attendant this year
During our Sophomore year, we initiated our underclass
men what fun' Eight of our classmates were waiters and
waitresses for the Junior Senior banquet They were Diane
Vacek, Kay Bethke, Bernice Becker, Earl Stockman, James Kir
choff, Arlen Kirchoff, and Duane Pagenkopf
We were Joined in our third year by Melvin Victorian
transferring from Brownton, and later by Donald Streseman,
moving from Hutchinson Diane Vacek was selected as Home
coming attendent This year was full of events for us O
November 12 and 13, we presented "Teen Time, our class play
This was a huge success A few weeks later our class rings
arrived, which we term as 'tops In April, we sponsored
the first Junior Senior prom ever given at S H S, with which
everyone was well pleased On May ll, our class honored the
seniors at a banquet following a "Moonlight and Roses
theme. This year will long be remembered.
Our final year is considered the bestl Our graduation
pictures, senior class play, annual, trip, and graduation
all sum up a year that is successful in many ways.
Twenty two of us are awaiting graduation from Stewart
High School in 1955, some eagerly, some reluctantly, thus
making our high school education complete.
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HI was once caught studying, but
I've almost lived down the dis-
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Basxetball 2,3,h3 Football hg Track 2,hg
Baseball by Class Play 3.
HClass periods should be 10 min-
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Band 3,53 F.F.A. l,2,3,hg Chorus l,2,hg
NA very delightful friend, not
quiet, not noisy, but a pal to
Chorus l,2,33 Girl's Glee Club 2,3,hg
Class Secretary 3,h3 Student Council
Rep. 25 Class Play 35 G.A.A. 35Pep
Club 1,2,3,u, School Paper Mg Ass-z Ea-
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hg Band l,2,3,h3 F.H.A. 33 Cheerleader
l,2,3,h3 Class Play 35 G.A.A. 33 Pep
Club l,2,3,h5 School Paper hg Declam lg
Homecoming Queen hg Class V. Pres. 3,b3
Student Council Treas. b.
M LVIN VICTORIAN
HS1ze doesn't matter, what a man
can dog Napolean was only 5'2H.H
Baseball 3,h3 F.F.A. 33 Class Play 3. YQ
HDon't recite so loud, I want to
Chorus 3,hg F.F.A. l,2,3,h3 Football 5,
Class Play 33 Lettermen Club b.
Hwork never bothers me, I could
lay down next to it and go to
F.F.A. lg Track 35 Baseball lg School
Paper by Annual Staff by
HSuccess is a big step up, but
I've got long legs.H
Transferred from Hutchinson 35 F.F.A.
3,hg Student Council Rep. bg Basketball
3,h5 Football 3,hg Track 3,b5 Baseball
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HI'd do great things, but it's
too much work.H
Chorus 1,23 F.F.A 1,2,3,h3 Basketball
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LOB JEAN ABRAM
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happy and ta1l.n
Band l,2,3,hg Girls Glee Club by Class
Play 35 G.A.A. 3s Pep Club 1,2,3,hg
NHe studies, otherwise he's per-
Mixed chorus 1,35 Band 1,z,3,L,, F.F.A.
l,2,3,h5 Class President 3,h5 Class V.
Pres. 23 Student Council Pres. hg Class
Play 35 School Paper hg Annual Editor h
JAM S KIRCHOFF
NHe's little, but so is a stick
Chorus l,2,3,b3 F.F.A. l,2,3,h3 Bas-
chorus 1,2,3,hg F.F.A. l,2,3,hg Basket-
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1,2,3,hg Baseball l,3,hg Lettermen Club
2.3,h: Homecoming Kina hz
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coming Attendant lg
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Girls Glee Club hg Class Play 33 Pep
HI could never decide which were
harderr the seats or the assign-
chorus 1,2,3,hg Band 1,25 F.F.A. 1,2,3,
bg Football 2,b3 Track 23 Camera Club h
HGreat men are dying every day
and I don't feel so well myself.
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Basketball 1,2 3,hg Football l,2,3,b3
Baseball 1,2,3,L3 Track 3,h3 Class Play
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HShe .has a ring around the fu-
Class Play 33 Pep Club l,2,3,h5
Fond of fun and merriment, ever
ready for a laugh.H
Class Play 33 G.A.A. 35 Pep Club l,2,3,
hg Annual Staff Mg School Paper bg
HHe was cut out to be an angel
but someone lost the pattern.H
Chorus l,2,h3 Band l,2,3,h5 F.F,A, 1,2,
3,h3 Student Council Rep. 33 Basketball
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Class Treas. 1,2,3,h3 Student Council
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F.H.A. 33 Student Council Rep. 3,h3
Class Play 33 G.A.A. 33 Pep Club l,2,35
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HLaugh and I'll laugh with you,
study and you study alone.H
Student Council Sec. hi Student Council
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Class Play 33 Camera Club U3 Lettennen
Looking at my calendar, I find it is now May 27, 1965, 10 years since I have
graduated from Stewart High School. I, Mavis Fenske, in my position as private
secretary and agent to Diane Vacek, head of the TWA, find myself traveling about
the country a good part of the time.
While going through Pasedena, California, we stopped to see the famous Rose
Bowl game. There we saw Kay Bethke leading the crowd in Go-you-Gophers, and we
noticed she was especially yelling for Jim Karg, the famous pro-football player.
During the half, we noticed a Jet doing air writing for advertising. The writing
was HYou get the best when out west, eat at Poncho's Place.H We went to the cafe
after the game and we found two of our classmates, Melvin Victorian, the pilot of
the plane, and James Kirchoff, proprietor, serving California hamburgers. After
a refreshing meal, we called for a taxi from the HHusey Cab Co,H now the largest
cab company in the west We were very thrilled to see the owner himself driving
fly back to our home town of
the cab He was none other than Alson Husfeldt We decided to spend three or
four days in Los Angeles to improve our culture and see the sights As we plan
to go abroad in the
we studied German
professor For our
how to mambo, so we
one time classmate,
near future, we enrolled in 'Schulze's German School, where
Imagine our surprise at seeing William lBuddyJ Schulze as
evening enjoyment we decided to go dancing We d1dn't know
entered Dink's Dance Class It was being conducted by our
Duane Pagenkopf After seeing the sights, we found a little
French studio, HLa Plan te and decided to have our portraits painted The fa
mous artist was Richard LaPlante
We then boarded the plane for Texas, where Miss Vacek had an important
appointment Before departing on our business trip we visited a night club
'Chr1sty, King of Jazz was featured with a baritone solo We were quite sur
prised to find our old friend, Paul Christensen
So we continued, and as we were driving through Texas, we passed by the new
Drake Hotel, which was being built by the now famous engineer, Donald Streseman
After two more miles we came upon the L and L Rest Home, which was run by the
former LaAnna Miller She invited us in to see her newly acquired husband, Lloyd
Perry, who was keeping the place going fHe was doing the resting D
As we were walking down the corridor of their building, we came upon the
nurse's office, where Betty Husfeldt occupied a big
We left there and finally reached the place
where Diane Vacek placed a call to Arlen Kirchoff,
of all mechanics for TWA planes
After completing our business, we decided to
of our business appointment,
who is now head man in charge
Stewart En route, we stopped off in Wisconsin to inspect a dairy products fac
tory We found our old friend, Earl Stockman, who had used his nickname as a
tradename and he is now known the world over for making top quality Butter balls
We started for Stewart and were near our destination when we began havin
plane trouble We were forced down in a big hay field Emerging from the plane Q
we found the Johnsons putting up hay, and we recognized our former classmate,
Diane Martin with a pitchfork in her hand While talking with her, she told us
she often visits with Mrs Eugene Knick, nee Bernice Becker They offered us a
ride to Stewart where we saw our old school, which reminded us of all the good
times we enjoyed ten years ago We definitely felt that the class of 55 h d
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We the Senior Class of Stewart High School, being of sound
minds, do hereby, on this twenty seventh day of May, nineteen hun
dred and fifty five, declare this to be our last will and testa
ment To the members of the class of '56 we bequeath the follow
Larry Lade wills his cowboy boots to Darlene Blum, so she can help with the
last round up
Diane Vacek wills her ability to be heard to Donald Trettin
Lor Jean Abram wills lO inches of her height to Marlowe Mueller Laker's
ere I come
Bernette Sieg wills her quiet ways to Carleton Hahn It s going to be pretty
d ad around here next year
Paul Christensen wills his leadership ability to Donald Beich HThe meeting
ill come to order
Donald Streseman wills his front seat in every class to Jerry Barney
Duane Pagenkopf wills his graceful manner of dancing to Maynard Boelter
other Arthur Murray boy
Bernice Becker wills her'one track mind concerning one man to Gladys Schulze
Diane Martin wills her self control and even temper to Linnea Wacker
Bernice Becker wills her serious manner to Cecelia Koenig
Mavis Fenske wills her close friendship with Jane Doerr to James Friedrichs
Lloyd Perry wills his ability to go steady with a girl to Wayne Black
Betty Husfeldt wills her quiet dignity to Milan Klitzke
Arlen Kirchoff wills his athletic ability to William Bethke Stewart can
use you, kid'
Larry Lade wills his ability of getting through school without reading books
to Tootsie LaPlante
Alson Husfeldt wills his good natured ways to Jerry LaPlante Lucky Joanne'
Kay Bethke wills her ability to stay on a run a way horse to Joanne Martin
Richard LaPlante wills his drawing pencil to Carol Remus so she can do a bet
ter Job on the teacher's faces
Melvin Victorian wills his small feet to Betty Anderson 'No more tnuming
Earl Stockman wills his history notebook to Jane Doerr You'll have plen
ty of paper next year, because it hasn't been used
Jim Karg Wills his heinie tO Lawrence Lewin Now you'll be able to see your
LaAnna Miller wills her ability to make coffee for the teachers to Lois Boel
James Kirchoff wills his wavs with women to Rodney Paul Another Casanova
Diane Vacek wills her Light and Bright to Genevieve Sullivan
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mus, v.pres.5 Lawrence Lewin, sec'y.g and Donald
September, l95M, was the start of a very busy year for
We regret very much to say that our class of 29 was
decreased to 26 in our Junior year This however, has not
hindered us from being an outstanding Junior class
One September day a salesman came in during English
class, carrying a uitcase, that contained samples of class
rings from which we could choose We were very happy that
we received our class rings before the presentation ot our
c ass play, 'F ther Knows Best '
Some of the boys took part in football and basketball
All the girls belong to Pep Squad, and most of them belong
to the Girls Glee Club
Now that we are nearing the end of our school year, we
are busily planning for our Junior Senior banquet and prom,
to be given sometime in May
We are sorry to think of the Seniors leaving us, but
we are looking forward eagerly to our Senior year and our
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president, Arlene Stockman, sec'y-treas,
and Audrey Wacker, v. president.
We started our Sophomore year with 38 students, however
in December, Carol Lambertson quit school, leaving us with
Late in September, we initiated the Freshman class, and
had a party for them in the evening Shirley Ann Kottke was
chosen Homecoming attendant in October
We are very active in sports and school activities
Eight members participate in band, most of the girls are in
Glee Club and quite a few boys are out for athletics Others
are in Camera Club, FTA and etc
Mr Eskelson is our class
advisor, and at Christmas
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MLSS EVELYN KOCK, teacher. fl. to Inj Row 1: Marlene Baysinger,
Alan Jerabek, Willard Carlson, Charles Olesen, Karen Abram, David
Lade, and Paula Lambertson. Row 2: Kenneth Lace, Allen Ebent,
Carol Boelter, A1lenRahn, Dwight Barney, Ronald Stoclcman, Ray Kott-
ke, and Ruth Krienke. Row 3: Steven Twite, Richard Barnes, Elroy
Knaak, Alvin Knaak, Robert Streich, Judy Wick, Mary Larson, and
Roger Paul. Not pictured: Darlene Stuber and Shirley Stuber.
MRS. DUNALD SCHAEFER, teacher. Cl. to r.D Row 1: Lyle Penk, Gary
Hoffman, Mary Ann Remus, Carol Trettin, Sandra Lenz, Barbara Carl-
son, LeRoy Schulze, Richard Twite, and David Werner. Row 2: Adrian
Hagen, Jerry Kloempken, Charles Eichelberger, Deloris Beich, Janet
Remus, Ronald Penk, Janet Wieweck, Carol Remtman, Judith Klitzke,
Billie Fetters, Delmer Zieman, and Leeland Sifferath. Row 3: Tyrone
Wacker, Gary Kircboff, Marleta Schulz, Gary Meier, Marjorie Kloemp-
ken, Gary Zieman, Larry Meier, Warren Nelson, Brenda Wacker, Sheryl
Zieman, and Ralph Larson. Not pictured: Carol Stuber, Judith Hahn,
muglas Proehl, and Allan Woller.
LES. HAROLD DISRUD, teacher. Cl. to r.J Row 1: Beverly Wacker, Mary
Lipke, Donna Blum, Myrun Redrvann, Sarah Guerrero, Gary Dettmann,
Billie Lambertson, and Donalc Lenz. Row 2: Barbara Hahn, Kenneth
Chatfield, Lawrence Rettmann, Duane Opitz, Joanne Klitzke, Elaine
Peetsch, Marcene Burke, Joan Klammer, Karen Paul, Randall Zieman,
Grant Lade, Judy Decker, and Larry Roepke. Not pictured: Nancy
Doerr, and Ralph Blum.
MISS LAVONNE PETERSDN, teacher. Cl. to r.J Row lg Bert Bauer, Aud-
rey Stockman, Stuart Penk, Roger Ranzau, Burton Kottke, Dale Bu-
boltz, Ronald Kirchoff, and Kathleen Meier. Row 2: Warren Witte,
Marcia Proehl, Ponald Hahn, James Blum, Judy Woller, Sandra Kottke,
Gary Brede, Gene Dabson, Gerald Remus, Larry Penk, Gary Wieweck,
and Stanley Krienke. Not pictured: Eileen Inselmann, Marlyes Stu-
ber, Sharon Ahlers, Renee Lade, Roger Tettmann, and Dorann Eggert.
Not pictured: Nancy Doerr, Ralph Blum.
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MISS BETTY PEDERSGN, teacher. fl. to rJ Row 1: Warren Klarnmer
Gerhard Ziemann, LeRoy Winterfeldt, Paul Doering, Ronnie Kirchoff,
and Dennis Daniels. Row 2: Barbara Hanson, Floyd Krienke, Kristine
Wick, Tommy Werner, Richard Hahn, Sharon Carlson, Laverna Redmann,
Steven Doerr, Don Burke, Virginia Hubin, Diane Shreiner, Carolyn
Cass, and Rosalee Schulze. Row 3: Anna Brede, Larry Baysinger, Geh-
lan Ebent, Daryl Lade, Shirley Kloempken, Mary Lou Trettin, Loren
Roepke, and Arlen Bielke. Not pictured: Phyliss Eggert.
MIG. ROBERT ESKELSGN, teacher. fl. to r.Q Row 1: Connie Kietzman, James
Berger, Deanna Schledewitz, Janet Klitzke, Jean Hahn, June Hahn, Cyn-
thia Boepke, Dicky Inselmann, Jane Hahn, Gerald Hahn, Susan Fenske, and
Terry Chatfield. Row 2: David Husfeldt, Kevin Barney, Randy Friedrichs
Mary Schloendorf, Susan Jerabek, Norbert Doerr, Teddy Burke, Marlowe
Kottke, Linda Schreiner, Stanford Hahn, and Merril Zieman. Not pic-
tured: Bonnie Dettman.
MISS CLARA SABHDWSKY, teacher. Cl. to r.J Row lg Juanita Guerrero,
Terrance Lade, Kathleen Kruse, Warren Schuft, Allen Lipke, James
Stockman, Duane Lenz, Douglas Kreinke, Byron Wacker, Junace Gehrke,
Nonman Peetsch, and Jolene Wacker. Row 2: Susan Penk, Roman Lenz,
Jean Lipke, Micheal Kirchoff, Carol Leistico, Dean Klitzke, Richard
Larson, and Gary Redman. Not oicturedg Curtis Zieman, Carlene Stu-
ber and Phillis Stuber.
Grade School Operetta
Grades one through six of Stewart Public
School presented "Red Candles" as their
Christmas operetta. It was held on Thursday,
December 16, in the auditorium.
The story involves a Mrs. Nansen and her
two children, Gilda and Jibby, who came to
this country from Norway and were separated
from one another shortly after'their arrival.
The Climax of the story comes when the moth-
er and children are reunited on Christmas
Fifth Grade--Their Movie Project
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Third Grade---Miss Peterson
Second Grade Music
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OFFICFFS-Seated Kay Bethke, treasq and Arlen
Klrchoff, sec , Stand1ng Paul Chmstenaen, pres.,
and Mavls Fenske, v pres
The Student Councll serves as a llnk between students and the ai
m1n1strat1on Under the superv1sion of Mr John Plerson, the Councll
functlons for the betterment of Stewart High Officers are elected by
the entlre student body and two representative: are selected from each
The act1v1t1es which the Councll undertook are Fomeoomlng, the
Chrlstmas dance, and the all-school picnlc
In November, four students were sent to a student councll cl1n1c
at Hector They were Kay Bethke, Paul Chrlstensen, Jane Doerr, James
Friedrlchs, and Rodney Vacek
QPPRESENTATIVE-Seated Bobby Werner, Rodney Vacek, Shirley Ann Kottxe,
Dlane Vacek, Donald Streseman, Jane Doerr, and James Fr-iedrichs Standing
'r John Pierson, adv1sor, John Llpke, Carolyn Martin, Helermnn Mayer, Donna
Lehmen, and Gary Dawson.
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Ass't Fdltor Diane Martln Features Llnnea Wack r, Jane Doerr,
Busmess Mgr Betty Husfeldt Mavls Fenske, Dlane Martln
Sales Mgr M3V1S Fenske Sports -J1m Frledrlchs
Sports Donald Streseman Artlst Rlchard LaP1ante
Art st -Rlchard LaP1ante Reporters -Jullette LaP1ante Betty
Husfeldt, Lor Jean Abram
Typlsts -Shorthand II class
Make up Ed1tOI'S -Shorthand II
Advlsor M135 Po rster
Left to rlght fseatedl Llnnea Wacker, Jullette LaP1ante
Mav"s Fenske, Kay Bethke, Joanne Martln, Jane Doerr, and
James Frledrlchs Cstandlngl Mlss Foerster, Paul Chnsten-
Sef, arleton Hahn and Diane Mal o1n
Row l: Bobby Gilhoi, Kay Twite, Shirley Kirchoff, Deanna
Fenske, Bonnie Chatfield, VirJean Schulze, Duane Pagenkopf,
and Norman Hahn. Row 2: Deloris Schulze, John Lipke,
Kathleen Chisholm, Kay Bethke, Arlis Husfeldt, Patty Barnes,
Dwight Barney, Gary Dawson, Dickie Barnes, and Dennis Lade.
Row 3: June Callier, Mary Larson, Jerry Barney, Paul Chris-
tensen, Arlo Bussler, Lloyd Perry, Mildred Navara, Robert
Streich and Dennis Lenz. Standing: Alson Husfeldt, Valeria
Remus, Virgie Brecht, LorJean Abram and Mr. Culp.
Kneeling: Marcella Rath, Standing:
Diane Lade, Dorothy Kirchoff, and Pat-
ty Barnes .
MR. IIJNALD CULP
Direct-on of Instrumental and
Row 1: Helen Maiers, Kay Twite, Linnea Wacker, Juliette
LaPlante, Diane Lade, Lois Boelter, Shirley Kirchoff, June
Callier, Bonnie Chatfield, and Dorothy Kirchoff. Row 2:
Joanne Martin, Carol Remus, Virginia Kloempken, Kay Bethke,
Theresa Krippner, Shirley Kirchoff, Patty Barnes, Kathleen o 9
Chisholm, Carol Fetters, Diane Martin, Diane Vacek, Marcella
Rath, and Mildred Navara. ROW 3: Betty Anderson, Virge
Brecht, Valeria Remus, Lo!-Jean Abram, Bernette Sieg, Jane
Doerr, Margaret Streseman, Betty Husfeldt, Darlene West-
phal, LaAnna Miller, Beatrice Blum, Gladys Schulze, Gene-
vieve Sullivan, and Mavis Fenske. Director: Mr. Donald
Row 1: Mary Villerreal, Darlene Opitz, Deloris Schulze, Valerie
Roepke, Marcia Bauer, Marjorie Eitel and Arlis Husfeldt. Row 2: lr.
Culp, Lloyd Perry, Norman Hahn, Bob Gilhoi, Lavonne hedmarm, Kathleen
Chisholm, Virginia Kloempken, Darlene Lade, Joanne Husfeldt Kay
True, Arnold Blum and Roland Ebenr. Row 3, Roger Mille,-, Diane
Pagenkopfs Jen? Barney, V5-T816 Brecht, Valerie Remus, Betty Hus-
feldt, LaAnna Miller, Janice Zieman, Sandra Proehl, Carolyn Martin
Lois Schulze, Lowell Lewin and Dennis Lenz. ,
Row 1: C. Hahn, D. Streseman, P. Christensen, L. Lewin, J.
Fredriehs, D. Pagenkopf, J. Kirchoff, A. Husfeldt, L. Perry, and
A, Koenig. Row 2: Mr. Cranston, J. Barney, T. Lindemah, J. La-
Plante, A, Lade, L. Karg, R. Vacek, A. Bussler, D. Beich, M.
Boelter, D. Trettin, N. Hahn, A. Buss, K. Callier, and B. Warner.
Row 3: M. Mueller, A. Korson, J. Trettin, W. Stockman, D. Fen-
ske, E. Stockman, M. Roeoke, M. Klitzke, R. Paul, J. Krippner,
J. Vacek, B. Bethke,G. Paehlkeand D. Zieman.
The FFA is an organization of boys enrolled in Vocational Agriculture. There are forty-
three members listed. Officers were elected in the spring of '5h. They were: Donald Strese-
man, pres.g James Kirchoff, v.pres.g Paul Christensen, seclyg Duane Pagenkopf, treas.g Alson
Husfeldt, reporterg and Lawrence Lewin, sentinel.
The big project has been the Gilt Ring. Seven gilts were contracted to boys with the
understanding that after farrowing, the litter will be divided between the boy and the FFA.
Several contests were held during the year in different fields. James Kirchoff won the
Cow Clipping Contest and Paul Christensen won the Public Speaking Contest. A Farm Mechanics
team and Dairy Judging team were also chosen and all of thesevvinners entered district competi-
On February 9, the annual Parent-Son Buffet Supper was held in the shop.It was a big
success with about 100 people in attendance.
Mr. Cranston is the advisor.
HI HT: One of the FFA gilts.
BElOW: Head table at the Buffet Supper.
Norman Hahn clipping a cow.
ROW 1: Marcia Bauer, Valeria Roepke, Lois Schulze, Marjorie Eitel,
and Beverly Peetch. Row 2: Mr. King, advisor, Joanne Husfeldt. Betty
Andersin, Carol Remus, Carolyn Martin, Sandra Proehl, Janice Aieman,
Julia Blum, Marilyn Schmidt, ArleneStockman, and Phyliss Eichelburger.
Row 3: Lawerence Lewin, Maynard Baelter, Donald Trettin, Carleton
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The Camera Club met weekly and had twen-
ty-five members. At their meetings they dis-
cussed taking of good pictures with
lighting and background. They also
how to develop pictures and use the
enlarger. The school has purchased a
developer, and an enlarger and the
used this equipment. Mr. King is the
The Future Teachers of America is an or-
ganization of students interested in making
teaching their future profession. They
learned different methods of teaching
ter helped the grade school teachers with
their reading classes. Their advisor is Mr.
Seated: Darlene Westphal, Margaret
Streseman, and Beatrice Blum. Stand-
ing: June Callier, Carol Fetters, and
Left to r1ght Mavls Fenske, LaAnna M1l1er,
Lor Jean Abram, and Kay Bethke.
Th debate team made 1ts first
appearance 1n November when they
debated for PTA on WWhy We Need A
New School They have worked out
several other debates ln speech
class They also observed the state
debate meet Mr Fskelson 1S the
OFFTCERS Diane Martin, pres , Betty Husfeldt, v pres ,
Linnea Wacker, sec , Shirley Klrchoff, treas , and Mrs
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Homecoming was once again celebrated this
by the students of Stewart High. It was held
on Octcber8 when Sacred Heart played here. The
theme was Uvex the Vikes.W
Activities began on Thursday night, October
7, with a snake dance winding its way through
town. Following this, a pepfest was held by
the bonfire, during which the Homecoming royal-
ty was crowned. James Kirchoff and Kay Bethke
were crowned king and queen respectively, and
Donald Streseman, James Karg, D ane Martin and
Mavis Fenske were named attendants.
Friday's events began with a pepfest and
program in the auditorium at ll a.m. The pa-
rade followed at 1 p.m. The band led the way
Head table at the banquet Football players at the banquet.
Queen and King Front: Donald Streseman, Mavis Fen-
ske, Diane Martin and Jim Karg.
Back: Kay Bethke and James Kirchoff
followed by the various floats and grade school
marchers and banner bearers. The Senior float
took first place in the float competition.
The traditional gridiron battle, played at
2:30 p.m, saw the Gophers fight to a 7-7 dead-
lock with the Vikings.
At 6 p.m, the homecoming banquet was held in
the high school gym for all the students, alum-
ni, parents, and townspeople.
Activities were concluded with a dance in
the gym following the banquet.
All plans and arrangements for this memorable
occassion were in the hands of the Student
Council. They are to be commended on the fine
job they did in planning and working on this
At the dance.
The Senior's winning float. The band leading the parade.
CAST 1 to r LaAnna Mlller, Betty
Husfeldt, Kay Bethke, Bernlce Bec
ker, Lorgean Abram, D1ane Martln,
Dlane Vacek, Mav1s Fenske, Paul
Chrlstensen, Larry Lade, Arlen Kir-
choff, Earl Stockman, Don Streseman
CAST 1 to r Julliette LaP1ante,
BettyAnderson, Joanne Martln, Carol
Remus, Gen Sullivan, Jane Doerr,
Cecelia Koenlg, Linnea Wacker, Jer-
ry LaP1ante, Wayne Black, Jerry
Barney, James Frledrlchs, Arlo
Bussler, Carleton Hahn, and Donald
The sen or class presented "Aunt
Cath1e's Cat," on Apr11 lb and 15
It was a mystery comedy 1r1th 114 char
acters Dlane Martln and Don Strese
man were the lead characters and Mr
Eskelson, the d1rector
The 3un1or class play was entlt
led "Father Knows Best " It was pre
sented on December 1 and 2 It was
comedy with James Fnedrlchs Gene
veve Sulhvan and Jane Doerr playlng
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Row lg Billy Schulze, Alson Husfeldt, James Kirchoff, Arlen Kirchoff,
Larry Lade, Earl Stockman, Jim Karg, and Don Streseman. Row 2: Carleton
Hahn, Lawrence Lewin, Jerry LaPlante, Don Trettin, Maynard Boelter, James
Freidrichs, and Alvin Holler. Row 3: Dennis Lenz, James Trettin, Norman
Hahn, Tommy LaPlante, Rodney Vacek, LeRoy Karg, Arvin Buss, and Edward
Kirchoff. ROW hz Mr. Pierson, trainerg Mr. Eskelson, Ass't Coach, Mr.
Gulbranson, Coachg Donavon Mayersg Howard Victorian and Neil Palmer, mana-
gersg and Tom Koopman.
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JAMES FRIEDRI CHS
All-Conf. Honorable Mention
All-Conf. Honorable Mention
Stewart surprised Winthrop in the opening game by walloping the Warriors 33 to O. The
Gophers inaugurated the split-'I' in this game. In the second game Renville's co-champions beat
Stewart 20-7 after scoring two early touchdowns. Next came Danube and the Gophers got back to
scoring ways by defeating them bl to 6. Everyone in uniform got into the Stewart-Brownton
game as the Gophers won 31-6. Next came the homecoming game with Sacred Heart. Sacred scored
on a pass play to lead 7-O. On the following kickoff, Jim Kirchoff picked it up in the end
zone and returned it 103 yards for a touchdown. This run earned Poncho the State Prep of the
Week award for the longest reported run in the state. Hector beat Stewart 20-7 after building
a 20-O lead at the half. The co-champions were outscored and outplayed in the final half by
an aroused Gopher eleven. Next came the heart-breaking loss to Buffalo Lake 12-6. Jim Karg,
Don Streseman, Earl Stockman and several others were hurt in this game andtheir loss crippled
the Gophers as they dropped a 13-O loss to Bird Island. The final game found the Gophers fired
up for a "win it for the seniors" spirit and easily beating Silver Lake 18-6.
This season was the best since 1950 and earned Stewart a reputation as a hard-hitting and
dangerous football squad. All-Conference honors went to Jim Karg at fullback and Earl Stock-
man at guard. They also gained honorable mention on the All-State team. Don Streseman and
Jim Friedrichs earned honorable mention on the All-Conference team. Prospects are good for
next fall with a host of veterans to be led by Capt.-elect Jim Friedrichs.
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Stewart did not win a game this season as they dropped 19 games Lack of helght and
unch handicapped the team as they flnished in last place 1n the 212 Conference e
Gophers will have quite a few lettermen back for next year and that plus some fine material
from the freshnnn class should see Stewart on the way up 1n basketball
The B team had a. good year as they won 10 and lost 5 after the sophomores were included
on the team Previous to that, only freshmen appeared on the B team and they lost four games
while winning one
The C team was undefeated and won the 212 Conference Jr Hlgh title They won five a.nd
lost none, making a very fine year
In individual scoring, Don Streseman paced the A squad with 132 points while
led the B team with 93 points Bob Gilhoi was the leading scorer for the C team
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