Stillwater High School - Kabekonian Yearbook (Stillwater, MN)

 - Class of 1950

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'NA fm ,QQ e T' A 'W fb A A + 'N AA A Ivx ffy ,xjvv KABEKGN IAN Presented by 1 The Senior Class of Nineteen Hundred ancl Fifty i Q.-- ETX Stillwater High School Stillwater, Minnesota S 'X 5l.'l01 at OJ. x ,I ' W 33 Q 4 WA. 3 S f fe faq 3 ' S3 if - Z 3 . I 2 Q ,-M.. 4, I ,,A,, My 'iW4114"9iilP'Y'-N-'-A Wwgvfrwwwwvwmiww , ' wwf 5 A sf!Mg,,. .g g lei. A , 5 4 f f .1- x ,- ' A .4 K , 4.24 , is S s 5 . A A 1 Q- or S Jgiffl 5 EQ .. k. ,, f -f 1- -EA. Y -Y 4' ',.,, T. N 'f:LQ, I. " -..., . ' ' - v.. A " A-ak V ..- A 4 'HlJ'.I,v M X Q '- gy milllfi ,.-,N ,- - Qwgmmw -' -, X KMQN M 1 "-N-W OPQLUOI' To everyone There ore cerfoin cherished memories of our high school coreer Tho! will live on forever. They moy be The highlights of our school life or neor coTosTrophies, but in either cose we present This our yeorbook To serve os ci Trea- sure Chest of These memories. xx A -Sli ,Z yx Je-, - .-iz, 1 ,' FXR .X , . - il ' ,i ,r. gy 'I -F-12 k :try xffllwlgj c ll VXI, Cw'L3L.'.1 50" "YQ ' Hd N -if vrff4'.f2t 'i .:---. l l ' fi X r ' i' X7 ll l f e l 'I 1' X Z lv, -af -7 '-XV -"' A --A l r l "1 A. '.. ' iff' N Q ig "' f 4, I ":"' 1 'V' , Z - flu-ef' " l 3-E -X - ef ' lx "YQ 2 .gf fi: 1 SSX P4 F' 5, lx X gli-:bi Y' X rt ,ff ,ss-,flnvfr x a .g gs ns - 4- :ji " Life "N "ieZ'Z1-5'-F-"1--I-gee" 'gc , Q, J aw-,in ,Mn ' NNQX f .f't-Qqhopjil ll s f K f K .gi S 3 XXQ 5' N Q e w W XX M. 5-10 ,..4,.A.11-34 ......67-80 81-87 x X BOARD OF EDUCATIO Robert S. Davis, J. E. Slaughter, Lois M. Tolen, Harry A. Swanson, Clarence Coyou Representing the town of Stillwater in the aftairs concerning our educational system is the duty of our school board. The members meet once a month with Mr. Vitalis, and attend to the business matters of the school. Since Stillwater took advantage ol the law that enabled us to become an independent school district, another school board member was needed, and Mr. A. R. Schwantes has been appointed until an election takes place. The members of our competent board are Mr. J. E. Slaughter-president, Mrs. Lois M. Tolen-vice president, Mr. Harry A. Swanson-secretary, Mr. Clarence C. Cayou-treasurer, and Mr. Robert S. Davis and Mr. A. R. Schwantes-directors. my -.-. A 5 N . :Q 1 X 54 Sf l z Q Eg 0 V , ,f 'ff I, fm E-L-3555 I i 3 If ,i i l - 1 nrqf-'!4'..,h , p. , 1. .., a MISS MARION CARLSON, Secretary MYRON C. MYERS PRINCIPAL As principal of S.l-l.S., Mr. Myers maintains the discipline and order that make our school more enioyable and more profitable. His friendliness and understanding attitude have helped many of us over the hurdles that we have faced as students. Among his many duties are helping the student council formulate its policies, giving advice to individual scholars, and maintaining a school of which we all can be proud. Did you find a pair of green mittens? Could I have some absence slips? Will you sign my pass? Who answers all of these many daily inquiries? Why of course, it's Miss Carlson, more commonly known as Marion. Her more-than-active interest in school affairs and her friendliness towards all make us really appreciate the fact that being secretary for our senior high school is one big iob. X, N' 4' J QM 'vs' 1, i f .T fi Aa Y J b , W, 7, W ix 515' Mme.: vifwz' X,.L. 3 ., f Seb f gf if l I ' , , :4, Q ' ,, 'L Af V 'W ss ' 5? 9 ' Q 5 ' 1 b v 4 "" Q 3 ,...--.,-.-.-,.......,,g W VJ H V Hg 'hw ,W V 1 X W. A , . .N f Social Studios-Mr. Ellingaon, Miss Eilzolond, Mia Skillon, Miss Kno- ff 'DW 570.4 Mr. Ellingson-American History, Social Science XII, De- bate., Miss Eikeland-American History, Kabekonian. Miss Skillen-World History, Guidance Director. Miss Knoblauch-World History, English IX, Social Science IX. Mr. Windmiller-Social Science XII, Assistant Foot- bcll Coach, Basketball, Track. Phniocl Education-Miss Vogelpohl, Mr. Arnold lljafu pfalfe Miss Vogelpohl-Physical Education, Cheerleaders, G. A A., Girls' Intramural Sports. Mr. Arnold-Head of Physi cal Education Department, Football, Assistant Basket ball Coach Mr. RegisQBand, Instrumental Music. Miss Saugstad- Vocal Music, Christmas Pageant, Operetto. Music-Mr. Regis, Miss Sougstad -link.. .. 4 ... N., ' I ll 'l'l.0llll g f ., Q, 5 3 ' 1 i 5 E 5 School Nurse-Miss Madden Commercial Department--Miss LYSUCJ Mr. Olson, Miss Lcvgren .911 Qui' reaziure Ckedf of Wemoriea Mr. Barski-Sheet Metal, Junior High Shop, Junior High Miss LysneHTyping, Bookkeeping, School Accountant. Mr. Olson-Stenography II, Typing, Oltice Training. Miss Lovgren-Stenography I, Typing, Commercial Club, Sophomore Class Adviser, Junior One-Act Play, Decia- mation. Basketball. Mr. Brown-Woodshop, Drafting, Junior High Shop, Hockey, "B" Squad Football. Mr. Jacobson Home Economics. The "Arts"--Mr. Barski, Mr. Brown, Mr. Jacobson, Miss Dirks, Miss Walker -Related Occupations. Miss Dirks-Art. Miss Walker- .gzqanfzafefi ...gf-4"" Q X Y N X Q I 'vs 'U Douglas Ames-Advisor SENIORS Back: Benjamin Welshons-Class Council, Ronald Sched- Class Council. Front: James Cerellc-President, Patricia Mossicotte-Treasurer, Carol Steindorft-Secretary, Lyle Elmquist-Vice-President. Looking back on the last three years, it seems hard to believe that we seniors have spent our last year in SHS. No longer can we visit with friends at our lockers, try to get up or down the third floor stairs in three minutes, or wait for the bell to ring at 3:36. When we entered this school, the halls seemed barren, but now that graduation is here, the same halls seem so friendly that we are reluctant to leave. Winning the one-act play contest, having fun at the "Farmyard Frolic," enjoying ourselves at a roller skating party, and getting used to our new sur- roundings occupied moslt of the time in our sopho- more year. As juniors, we no longer trod in unfamiliar halls, therefore we took a more active interest in our school affairs. For those of us who liked to use our vocal cords, there were both debate and declomotion. We were also interested in journalism, as shown by the fact that all the associate editors of the Arrow and many of the staff members were our fellow class- mates. Athletics took its share of the more able- bodied boys, and for those girls who also liked a little physical exercise, there was G. A. A. Two of the major events of our junior year were the class play, Uncertain Wings, which we enjoyed very much, and the annual prom, which lived up to its theme, "Moon- light and Roses." Our senior year was probably the most eventful in our stay at SHS. As before, we showed ability in athletics, speech, dramatics, music, and in the editing of the three publications. Homecoming, the class play-The Great Big Doorstep, senior crazy day, the class picnic, and finally, graduation were some of the highlights of our last year in senior high. No longer shall we enjoy the opportunities or fel- lowship we have had here in school, but we know that as we go on our way through life, the events of these years will always find ci place in our "treasure chest of memories." WILLARD ALBERTSON-Football B-Squad 2, 3, Track 3, 4, Intro- mural Sports 3, 4, Class Ploy Production Staff 3, Debate 4, Arrow Stafl 3, 4, Kob Staff 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Brass Sextet 4, Discussion 4, Declamotion 4, National Honor Society 4. BETTY ANDERSON -Siren, Wisconsin 2, 3, Related Occupations 4. FRED ANDER- SON-Football B-Squad 3, Track 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. JO ANNE ANDERSON-Vice-President of Home Room 2, Sec- retory of Home Room 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Class Play Production Staft 4, Director in One-Act Play Contest 4, Koh StaH 4, Thespions 3, 4. I MAXINE Anderson-Prom Com. 3, Treasurer of Commercial Club 4, Choir 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4. RAYMOND ASP- Vice-President of Home Room 4, Football A-Squad 3, 4, FootA ball B-Squad 2, Hockey 4, Track 3, 4, Chairman of Hall and Building Com. 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4, Hall and Building Com. 3, 4. DIANE BALFANZ-Student Council 4, Secretary of Home Room 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 2, 3, 4, Chair- man of School Christmas Decorations 4, Class Play Production Staff 4, Arrow Stall 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Office Girl 2, ROBERT BARDON-President of Home Room 2, Vice-President Home Room 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Hall and Building Com. 2, Related Occupations 4. ALICE BARNHOLDT-Honor Roll 4, intramural Sports 3, G.A.A. 2, 4, Prom Com. 3, Noon Hour Corn. 4, Debate 2, 3, 4, National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, Business Manager of Kab 4, Vice-Presi- dent of Chemistry Club 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Brass Sextet 2, 4, Discussion 4, Quill 8. Scroll 4. JO ANN BAUER-G,A.A. 2, 3, 4, Noon Hour Com. 4, Homecoming Com. 4, Class Play Production Stal? 3, 4, Art Editor of Kab 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. JANET BELL-G.A.A. 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, Prom Com. 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Related Occupations 4. BARBARA BENSON-Honor Roll 4, Prom Com. 3, Class Play 3, Director in One-Act Play Contest 4, Thespians 3, 4, Finance Com. 3, Choir 3, Glee Club 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Related Occupations 4. t Q' gt! if sta ls" ns. s 1r--- ' 6 li '7T?vl V T DONALD BERG-Related Occupations 4. DONALD BERGLUND- President of Home Room 2, Treasurer of Home Room 3, Track 2, Intramural Sports 3. BRUCE BEUTEL-Student Council 2, President of Home Room 3, Football A-Squad 3, 4, Football B-Squad 2, Basketball B-Squad 2, 3, Hockey 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, "S" Club 2, 3, 4, President of "S" Club 4, Noon Hour Com. 3, Chairman of Noon Hour Com. 4, Prom Com. 3, Lost and Found Com. 2, Ping-Pong Club 2, Kab Staff 4, National Honor Society 4. JEANNETTE BIXBY-Choir, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Related Occupations 4. HELEN BROCHMAN-Intramural Sports 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, Y-Teens 2, Choir 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Related Occupations 4. PATRICIA BUCKLEY-Intramural Sports 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer of G.A.A. 4, Prom Com. 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Arrow Typist 2, 3. YQFN , . fb- ' kv Q,-vv K cg ii 3 . DOLORES BURRELL-G.A.A. 2, 4, Declamation 2, 4-. JOHN CAMERON-Intramural Sports 3,1 Canteen Com. 4, Class Play Production Staft 3, 4, Visual Education 2, 3, 4, Arrow Staff 2, Model Club 3, Declamation 2, Movie Proiectionist Club 4, Bays' Glee Club 3, 4, Choir 3, 4. RICHARD CASE-Waseca, Minnesota 2, President of Home Room 4, Football A-Squad 3, 4, Basketball A-Squad 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, "S" Club 4. VIRGINIA CATES-Honor Roll 4, Secretary- Treasurer of Home Room 4, Welcome Com. 2, Prom Com. 3, Declamation-3, Choir 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, Related Occupations 4, JAMES CERELLO-Student Council 3, President of Class 4, Sec- retary-Treasurer of Home Hoom 2, Homecoming Com, 4, Pep Corn. 4, Class Play 3, Class Play Production Staft 4, Director in One,Act Play Contest 4, Tliespions 3, 4, Tusitala Staff 2, 3, Art Editor of Tusitala 4, Kab Staff 4, Co-Chairman of Prom Decora- tion Com. 3. CHARLES CIESMAN-Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Related Occupations 4. PATRICIA CLUM-Y-Teens 4, Commercial Club 4, Girls' Sextet 4, Choir 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4. JOANN COLEMIER-Choir 3, Related Occupations 4. KATHLEEN COLOMBO-RICHARD CONVERSE-Honor Roll 4, Football A-Squad 4, Football B-Squad 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 4. YVONNE CRAWFORD-Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4. WILLIAM CRAIG-St. Paul Park 2. TERENCE CROMBIE-North St. Pcul 2, President of Home Room 3, Class Play 3, One-Act Play Production Staff 4, Sports Editor of Arrow 3, Quill 8. Scroll 3, 4, Football B-Squad 3, Tusitala Staff 4. .IOANNE CRONK-Y-Teens 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4. MARY CUSHNER-Honor Roll 4, Student Council 3, Secretary of Home Room 2, Canteen Com. 3, Pep Com. 4, Class Play Pro- duction Staff 3, 4, Business Manager of Arrow 4, Arrow Staff 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Treasurer of Y-Teens 3, President of Y-Teens 4, Co-Chairman of Prom Program Com. 3, National Honor Society 4, Quill 8. Scroll 4. ROGER DAHL-Treasurer of Home Room 2, Intramural Sports 2. 3, 4. JEANNE DENNIS-Intramural Sports 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Commer- cial Club 4. ROBERT DIETZ-Band 3, Related Occupations 4. Will' 'ik l mi ,- 1 .1 5, ROLAND DIETZ-AUDREY DRUSCH-Honor Roll 45 Prom Com. 35 Choir 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. MAYNARD EDER-President of Home Room 25 Student Manager of Baseball 35 Christmas Pageant 2, 35 Choir 2, 3, 45 Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA EDER-Treasurer of Home Room 2, ln- tramural Sports 35 G.A.A. 45 Choir 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 3, 45 Y,Teens 2, 3, 45 Co-Chairman Prom Program Com. 3. MOLLY ELLIOTT-Colorado Springs, Colorado 35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Choir 25 G.A.A. 2. LYLE ELMQUIST-Honor Roll 45 Student Council 45 Vice-President of Class 45 Vice-President of Home Room 35 Noon Hour Com, 45 Welcome Com. 45 Chemistry Club 45 Class Play Production Staff 3, 45 Kab Staff 45 Junior Academy of Science 3, 45 Prom Com. 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Football A-Squad 3, 45 Football B-Squad 25 Track 2, 3, 45 "S" Club 3. 4. MARVIS ELMQUIST-Class Play Production Staff 35 lntramural Sports 35 G.A.A. 35 Related Occupations 4. DONNA ERLITZ- G.A.A. 25 Y-Teens 25 Related Occupations 4. CARL ERMISCH-Track 25 Student Manager of Track 3. RICHAD ESTELLE-Student Council 25 One-Act Play Production Stafl 45 Tusitala Stott 35 Co-Chairman Prom Publicity Com. 35 Finance Com. 35 Ping-Pong Club 25 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 45 Co-Editor of Tusitala 45 Quill 81 Scroll 4. MARY ROSE FAZENDIN-Secrr tary of Home Room 45 Class Play Production Staff 3, 45 Intra- mural Sports 35 Senior Chairman of Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 45 Prom Com. 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Choir 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 35 Class Council 35 Homecoming Attendant 4. ALFRED FELLERMAN. GRETCHEN FENSKE-President of Home Room 4, Vice-President of Home Room 3, Secretary of Home Room 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, One- Act Play Production Stal? 4. ROBERT FLOTTEN-Stephen, Min- nesota 2, Honor Roll 4, Treasurer Home Room 3, Class Play 3, 4, Director in One-Act Play Contest 4, Advertising Manager of Kab 4, Thespians 3, 4, President of Thespians 4, Golf 3, 4, Intramural Sports 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4, Band 3, 4, Quill 8. Scroll 4. DAVID FOLEY-Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. MARION GLASGOW- Class Play Production Stott 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, One-Act Play Pro- duction Stat? 4, Choir 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, Related Occupa- tions 4. - DENNIS GOIIMAN-Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS GOWAN -Class Play 4, Intramural Sports 4, G.A.A. 4, Y-Teens 4, Choir 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3. 4, One-Act Play Production Stal? 3, 4. JAMES GREEDER-President of Class 2, Dance Com. 3, Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4. WILLIAM GUNDERSON-Class Play Production Staff 3, 4, Visual Educa- tion 2, 3. 4. HELEN HANSEN-Honor Roll 4, Class Play Production Stal? 3, 4, Declamation 2, Debate 2, 3, 4, Write-Up Editor of Kab 4, Junior Academy of Science 2, 3, 4, National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, Prom Com. 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Valedictorian 4, Quill 81 Scroll 4, Discussion 4, National Honor Society 4. JOHN HARRIGAN-Class Play Pro- duction Staff 4, Arrow Stat? 2, 4, Prom Com. 3, "S" Club 4, Golt 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Ping Pong Club 2. CARLENE HEDSTIOM-Commercial Club 4. ALLENE HICKLE- Y-Toons 3. -'lu 'bf W-ur THEODORE HOLMES-President of Home Room 3, Hall and Building Com. 4, Class Play 3, 4, One-Act Play Contest 2, Homecoming Com, 2, Hockey 3, 4, Track 2, Baseball 3, Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, "S" Club 3, 4. JAMES HOOLEY-Chairman of Scenery Com. 4, Welcome Com. 4, Flag Corn. 2, Class Play Production Stat? 3, 4, Kab Stott 4, Football A-Squad 3, 4, Foot- ball B-Squad 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 4, Ping Pong Club 2. ALBERT HOYOSS-Student Council 4, President of Home Room 2, Vice-President of Home Room 3, Prom Com. 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Octet 4, Boys' Octet. SHIRLEY HUFF-G.A.A. 4, Y-Teens 3, Band 4. JAMES ILLA-Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Related Occupations 4. ROBERT JENSEN-Vice-President of Home Room 2, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Related Occupations 4. WILLIAM JESSE-Hall and Building Com. 3, Class Play Produc- tion Staft 3, Football B-Squad 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3. PATRICIA JEWELL-Secretary of Home Room 2, Class Play 3, One-Act Play Contest 4, Photography Editor of Kab 4, Arrow Stat? 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Thespians 4, Declamation 4, Quill 8- Scroll 4, Student Director of Class Play 4. RONALD JOHNSON-Menomonie, Wisconsin 2, Class Play Pro- duction Statt 4, Vice-President of Bolsa Butcher's 3. SUSAN JOHNSON-Honor Roll 4, Noon Hour Com, 4, Welconte Com. 2, Class Play Production Staft 3, 4, Declamation 3, 4, Co-Editor of Arrow 4, News Editor of Arrow 3, Arrow Staft 3, Quill 8- Scroll 3, 4, Co-Chairman Pram Program Com, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 4. SALLY JOHNSONfStudent Council 2, 3, Secretary of Class 2, Secretary of Home Room 4, Chairman of Dance Com. 4, Canteen Com. 4, Student Stat? Day Com. 2, Class Play 4, Class Play Production Staff 3, One-Act Play Contest 3, Lay-Out Editor of Kab 4, Arrow Stalt 3, Prom Com. 3, Cheerleader 4, Intramural Sports 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 3, I.C.C. Representative 4, Home- coming Attendant 4, Ottice Girl 3, One-Act Play Production Staff 4, Thespians 4, Quill 8- Scroll 4, National Honor Society 4. JAMES JORGENSON-Intramural Sports 3, 4. JOHN JUNKER-Football A-Squad 3, 4, Basketball A-Squad 3, 4, Basketball B-Squad 2, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, lntromural Sports 3, "S" Club 2, 3, 4, President of Home Room 2, 4, Vice-Presi- dent of Home Room 3, Welfare Committee 3, Homecoming King 4.JEAN KAPHING-Prom Com. 3, Commercial Club 4. THOMAS KEECH-Class Play Production Stal? 3, 4, Kab Photographer 4, Visual Education 2, 3, 4, President Proiectionist Club 4. BEV- ERLY KIESOW-Class Play Production Staff 3, 4, Kab Staff 4, Prom Com, 3, Old Time Dance Club 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Library 2, 3, 4. MARY ELLEN KILKELLY-Student Council 3, Treasurer of Home 2, Assembly Com. 3, Canteen Carr. 3, President of Canteen Club 4, Class Play Production Stott 3, Prom Com. 3, Intramural Sports 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 3, 4, KATHERINE KLEIN-Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Treasurer of Y-Teens 4, Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 3: Arrow Typist 4. ROGER KNAPP-Vice-President of Home Room 4, Intramural Sports 2, Related Occupations 4. WILLARD LA MERE-Football A-Squad 3, 4, Football B-Squad 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2. 3, "S" Club 4, Related Occupations 4. GEORGE LE MAY-DIANE LIND-Intramural Sports 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, Related Occupations 4. MAY BELLE LINDABAUER-Class Play Production Statt 3, Y- Teens 4, Commercial Club 4, Choir 2, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 4, JOHN LINDELL-Vice-President of Class 3, Vice-President of Home Room 2, Secretary-Treasurer of Home Room 4, Treasurer ol Home Room 3, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 2, 3, 4. JOYCE LINDELL-Honor Roll 4, Class Play Production Stal? 3, 4, Declamation 3, 4, Arrow Staft 4, .lunior Academy of Science 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Reporter for Chemistry Club 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Salutatorian 4, D.A.R. 4, Tusitala Stat? 4, National Honor Society 4. WILLIAM LOHMEIER-Honor Roll 4, President of Home Room 4, Assembly Com. 3, Noon Hour Com. 4, OneAAct Play Contest 4, Sports Editor of Arrow 3, Quill 8- Scroll 3, 4, Old Time Dance Club 3, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Football A-Squad 4, Football B-Squad 2, 3, Student Manager of Baseball 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 4, Tusitala Stafl 4, National Honor Society 4. ROY LUNDSTROM-Class Play 4, Intramural Sports 3, Related Occupations 4. JOHN McDONALD-Track 2, Intramural Sports 2, Related Occupations 4. DIANNE McGARRY-Honor Roll 4, President of Class 3, Presi- dent of Home Room 2, Canteen Com. 2, Chairman of Pep Com. 3, 4, Christmas Decorating Com. 4, Class Play Production Staff 3, 4, Feature Editor of Arrow 3, Co-Editor of Arrow 4, Arrow Staff 2, Quill 8. Scroll 3, 4, Junior Academy of Science 2, 3, 4, Prom Com. 3, Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Choir 4, Old Time Dancing Club 3, Declamation 2, National Honor Society 4. JOANNE McGONlGAL-Homecom- ing Com. 3, Chairman of Homecoming Com. 4, Class Play 3, Class Play Production Staff 4, One-Act Play Contest 4, Declama- tion 3, Art Editor of Arrow 3, 4, Tusitala Staff 2, 3, 4, Prom Cam. 3, Intramural Sports 3, G.A.A. 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 2, 3, Thespians 4, Band 2, 3, 4. MARGERY McLAUGHLIN-Student Council 4, Secretary of Home Room 3, Hall and Building Com. 2, Noon Hour Com. 3, Ex- change Editor of Arrow 3, Arrow Staff 2, Quill 81 Scroll 3, 4, Co-Chairman Prom Orchestra Com. 3, G.A.A. 2, Y-Teens 2. WILLIAM MADLINE--President of Home Room 3. JOHN MARIANA-President of Home Room 2, Vice-President of Home Room 4, Scenery Com. 2, Noon Hour Com. 3, Football A- Squad 3, 4, Football B-Squad 2, Basketball A-Squad 3, Basket- ball B-Squad 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 3, Vice-President of "S" Club 4, PATRICIA MASSICOTTE- Honor Roll 4, Treasurer of Class 4, Secretary-Treasurer of Home Room 3, Class Play 3, 4, Kab Stat? 4, Thespians 4, Co-Chairman of Prom Invitation Com. 3, G.A.A. 3, 4, One-Act Play Produc- tion Staft 4, Girls' Glee Club 4, Choir 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Declama- tion 4. DANIEL MASTERMAN-Class Council 3, Secretary of Home Room 2, Class Play 4, One-Act Play Production Staff 4, Prom Com. 3, Football A-Squad 4, Football B-Squad 2, 3, Basketball B-Squad 2, 3, Intramural Sports 3, 4, "S" Club 4. JEAN MAYERfClass Play Production Stafl 4, Intramural Sports 2, G.A.A. 2, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 4, Choir 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, 4, Sadie Hawkins Dance Cam. 4. li BARBARA MEFFERT-Arrow Staff 2, Kab Staff 4, Prom Com. 3, Intramural Sports 2, G.A.A. 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Old Time Dancing Club 3, Girls' Glee Club 4, Choir 4. MARY ANNE MILLER-G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Ottice Girl 2, 3, 4, Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 3. RICHARD MOCKLER-Treasurer of Class 2, One-Ace Play Contest 2, Ping Pong Club 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. LOIS MOELTER-Student Council 2, Hall and Building Com. 3, Chairman of Welcome Com. 4, Class Play Production Staff 4, Kab Staff 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 3. JEANNE MOULTON-Intramural Sports 3, Y-Teens 4, Chemistry Club 4, Choir 4, Girls' Glee Club 4, JOANNE MOULTON-Honor Roll 4, Student Council 3, 4, Vice-President of Student Council 4, Class Play Production Staff 4, Declamation 3, 4, Arrow Staff 3, Kab Staff 4, General Chairman of Prom 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, President of National Honor Society 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 4, Girls' Sextet 4, Girls' Glee Club 2. 4. BERNARD NADEAU-Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Related Occupa- tions 4. BERNICE NIELSEN-Class Play 3, One-Act Play Contest 2, Director in One-Act Play Contest 4, Declamation 3, Thespians 3. 4, Prom Com. 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. CAROL NIELSEN-Honor Roll 4, Vice-President of Home Room 2, Canteen Com. 4, Class Play Production Staft 3, Kab Staff 4, Intramural Sports 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary of G.A.A. 2, Presi- dent of G.A.A. 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4. HELEN NORTHFIELD-Class Play 3, Chemistry Club 4, Girls' Sextet 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Choir 3, 4. RICHARD NOVETZKI:-President of Home Room 2, 3, Assembly 2, Dance Com. 4, Class Play Production Stott 4, One-Act Play Contest 2, Prom Cam. 3, Homecoming Com. 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Football B-Squad 2, 3. ROBERT NYGREN-Prom Com. 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Bolsa Butcher's Club 3, Re- lated Occupations 4, lil rx tm?- 'VJ' ,J A ff' "M,-...Q ' ' . -i-"1-'I' E W J i 7 Q'i 1 .Ap-L. , he 21 I ,,-.14 vw 4 . I F 311 Y' is...D" har an ge' :ag 'VX '!I"'? fir ,,,,4:' 5' H I " .i -fs' I 1 ELAINE O'BRYAN-LAKLETON OLSON-Student Council 4, Vice- President of Home Room 3, Class Play 3, 4, Director in One-Act Play Contest 4, Tusitala Stall 3, Thespians 3, 4, Football A- Squad 4, Football B-Squad 3, Basketball B-Squad 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4, Honor Roll 4, Declamation 4, Business Manager of Tusitala 4, Quill and Scroll 4, - ROLAND PABST-F,F.A. 2, LAWRENCE PETERSON-Honor Roll 4, Junior Academy of Science 2, Football B-Squad 2, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Related Occupations 4. MARLENE PETERSON-Honor Roll 4, Secretary-Treasurer of Home Room 2, Class Play 3, 4, Co-Chairman ot Prom Refresh- ment Com, 3, Commercial Club 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, Choir 3, 4, Thespians 4, Y-Teens 2, PATRICIA PETERSON-Honor Roll 4, Secretary of Class 3, President of Home Room 4, Treasurer of Home Room 3, Assembly Com. 4, Thespians 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice-President of Y-Teens 2, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Canteen Com. 2, 3, 4, Election Com. 3, Class Play 4, Class Play Production Staff 4, One-Act Play Contest 2, Declamation 4, Copy Editor ot Ar- row 4, Arrow Staff 3, Junior Academy ot Science 2, 3, 4, Prom Com. 3, Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 2, National Honor Society 4, Quill 8- Scroll 4. JOHN POMINVILLE-One-Act Play Contest 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Student Manager of Football 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 2, 3, 4, Thespians 4. PAULINE PONATH-Class Play Production Stat? 4, Intramural Sports 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3. 4: Visual Education 2. 3. MARION REDPATH-Student Council 2, President of Home Room 2, Secretary-Treasurer of Home Room 3, Welcome Com, 4, Re- ception Com. 3, Co-Chairman of Prom Orchestra Cam, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Intramural Sports 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, ROBERT RADUENZ- One-Act Play Contest 3, Christmas Decorations Com. 4, One-Act Play Production Staff 4, Prom Com. 3, Football A-Squad 4, Foot- ball B-Squad 2, 3, Basketball B-Squad 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4. CLAIRE REESE-Junior Academy at Science 2, Prom Com. 3, Commercial Club 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY REIER-Choir 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, Related Occupations 4. his LOLLA RICE-Honor Roll 4, Hall and Building Com. 3, Class Play Production Staff 3, 4, Kab Stal? 4, Junior Academy of Science 2, 3, 4, Prom Com. 3, Intramural Sports 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4, Band 3, 4, National Honor Society '4. HERBERT ROETTGER-Football B-Squad 2, 3, Track 3, 4. CHARLES ROLOFF-Treasurer of Home Room 2, Noon Hour Com. 4, Welcome Com. 4, Ping Pong Club 2, Football A-Squad 4, Football B-Squad 2, 3, Student Manager of Basketball 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 4. ANNE SAMPAIR-Vice- President of Canteen Club 4, Class Play 3, Co-Editor of Kab 4, Arrow Staff 3, Co-Chairman of Prom Refreshment 3, Visual Edu- cation 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer Proiectionist Club 4, Choir 4, Girls' Glee Club 4, Quill Bi Scroll 4, DONNA MAE SANDQUIST-Honor Roll 4, Class Play Produc- tion Staff 4, Student Director of Class Play 3, Kab Staff 4, Junior Academy of Science 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary of National Honor Society 4, G.A-.A. 2, Commercial Club 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Brass Quartet 2, Brass Sextet 2, 4. RONALD SCHAD-Student Council 3, President of Home Room 2, Class Play 3, One-Act Play Contest 3, Kab Stal? 4, Co-Chair- man of Prom Clean-Up Com. 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Football A-Squad 3, 4, Football B-Squad 2, Basketball B-Squad 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Boys' Octet 4, Mixed Octet 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Band 2, Class Council 4, Secretary of "S" Club 4, Treasurer of Class 2. JAMES SCHMIDT-Golf 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, Related Occu- pations 4. VIRGINIA SCHRADE-Class Play Production Staff 3, 4, Arrow Staff 3, 4, Kab Staft 4, Prom Com. 3, Old Time Danc- ing Club 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Brass Sextet 4, Choir 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, G.A.A. 2. JOHN SCHWARTZ-Track 2, Golf 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 4, Old Time Dancing Club 3. DAVID SKEIVIK-Prom Com. 3, Old Time Dancing Club 3, Bolsa Butcher's Club 3, Re- lated Occupations 4. DONALD SMITH-F.F.A. 2. JACQUELINE SOCKNESS-Secretary Treasurer of Home Room 4, Reception Com. 3, 4, Prom Com. 3, Intramural Sports 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. ,ly ,gk JEAN STEFFEN-Osceola, Wisconsin 2, Secretary of Student Council 4, Class Play, Production Staff 3, 4, Co+Editor of Kab 4, Band 3, 4, Brass Sextet 4, G.A.A. 4, Honor Roll 4, Declamation 4, National Honor Society 4, Quill 81 Scroll 4. VIRGINIA STEIN- BAUER-Commercial Club 4: Choir 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4. CAROL STEINDORFF-Secretary of Class 4, President of Home Room 4, Vice-President of Home Room 2, Secretary of Home Room 3, Co-Chairman of Hall and Building Com. 3, Chairman of Reception Com. 4, Pep Com. 2, Class Play Production Staff 4, Arrow Stafl 2, 4, Kab Staff 4, Prom Com. 3, Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Queen 4. NANCY STEINMETZ-Honor Roll 4, Student Council 3, Vice-President of Class 2, Treasurer of Home Room 2, Hall and Building Com. 4, Chairman of Assembly Com. 4, Noon Hour Com. 3, Dance Com. 2, Class Play Production Staff 3, 4, Arrow Stat? 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, Intramural Sports 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Prom Com. 3, Christmas Formal Com. 2, Sadie Hawkins Com. 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Old Time Dancing Club 3, Oftice Girl 2, 3, Tusitala Staff 4. JAMES STEVENSEN-Intramural Sports 2, 3, Related Occupa- tions 4. STEPHANIE SWENSON-Vice-President of Home Room 4, Class Play 3, 4, One-Act Play Contest 2, Director in One-Act Play 4, Co-Editor of Tusitala 4, Tusitala Staff 2, 3, Arrow Stafl 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, Co-Chairman of Prom Decoration Com. 3, Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 2, Y'Teens 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Attendant 4, Class Council 3: Quill Si Scroll 4. JOANNE THENN-Honor Roll 4, President of Home Room 2, Hall and Building Com. 2, Class Play Production Staff 4, News Editor of Arrow 4, Arrow Staff 3, Tusitala Staff 3, 4, Quill 8. Scroll 3, 4, Intramural Sports 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Co-Chairman of Prom Invitation Com. 3, Christmas Formal Com, 3, Sadie Haw- kins Dance Com. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Old Time Dancing Club 3, Declamation 4, Quill 8. Scroll 4. CAROLE THIEI.-Re- ception Cam. 4, Class Play Production Staff 3, Prom Com. 3, Homecoming Com. 4, Old Time Dancing Club 3. BEVERLY THOMAS-Secretary of Home Room 4, Class Play Pro- duction Stafl 3, 4, Arrow Stat? 2, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Prom Com. 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Sadie Hawkins Dance Com. 3, 4. GERALD THOMPSON-Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Related Occupations 4. KATHRYN THUESON-G.A.A, 4. WARREN UTECHT-Noon Hour Com. 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Related Occupations 4. JAMES VEDDER-Honor Roll 4, President of Student Council 4, Treasurer of Class 3, Vice-President of Home Room 2, Hall and Building Com. 3, Chairman ot Welcome Com. 4, Class Play Pro- duction Stall 3, 4, Junior Academy of Science 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Visual Education 4, Chemistry Club 4, Declamation 4. MARGARET VOGT-Choir 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, Related Oocpuation 4. IIV WALDOW-FLQIAN IENJAMIN WELSHONS-Student Council 4, Treasure of Home Room 2, Hall and Building Com. 2, Chairman of Flag Com. 4, Class Play Production-Stott 4, Prom Com. 3, Football A-Squad 3, 4, Football BSquad 2, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 4, Class Council 4. JOHN WESTPHAL-Noon Hour Com. 4, Class Play Production Staff 4, One-Act Play Contest 4, Football A- Squad 3, 4, Football B-Squad 2, Basketball B-Squad 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Tliespians 4, Mixed Octet 4, Boys Octet 4. EBERT WHITE-Football B-Squad 3, Track 2, 3, 4, KENNETH WIEDEN-Student Council 2, Treasurer of Home Room 4, Hall and Building Com. 2, 3, Football A-Squad 3, 4, Football B- Squad 2, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 2, 3, 4. EILEEN WILMES-Student Council 3, President ot Home Room 3, Canteen Com. 2, Class Play Production Staff 3, G.A.A. 2, Prom Com. 3, Y-Teens 2, 3. EUGENE WRIGHT-Flag Com. 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Related Occupations 4. -.1 ix Ju. 4 : r 251 1 rg , .4 ez. ' " Eu' n...... ...J 1 1 ff W- n 'K Q. ' Q l."1. ' H-M - wwf-,.. . Q..-.-.W nfs' S , Q 1 Q ,, . A QS 51: A X .. .f K E xr-,, 1.4 1. 1 ,.. - 1' in ,-.- .- . ,. . X5-J 1-' , ., 415 X" S K HS ? 1 -dom 'Wm 'O ,Al- Q-at-.5 Miss Cecilia Morquordt-Adviser M41 s JU IORS . Back: Timothy Kilty-Class Council, David Thomas-Class Council, James SchwartzwTreasurer. Middle: Jerry Thie- bert-Vice President, Sally Smith-Secretary. Front: Susan Rowland-President. We juniors, no longer to be classed as timid sopho- mores, and not yet ready to reach the realms of the seniors, returned to school last fall full of high spirits, ready and willing to assume the responsibilities left to us by the juniors of the previous year. Many new- comers joined our ranks and they also have taken on active part in our various school functions. Ten junior boys made the football "A" squad and those who were on the "B" squad showed that by next year they will be ready and able to fill any va- cancies left by the seniors. Basketball took its share of juniors as six of our cagers earned a place on the "A" squad. Golf, baseball, and track also claimed the interests of many juniors, not only of those who participated but also of the onlookers. For many junior girls Tuesday night was a big day of the week, for it was then that they could exercise their muscles in G.A.A. The class of '5l showed great promise in journal- ism. Every sixth period found many of us in the Ar- row oftiice, where we did such things as working on the feature page, reporting on the last basketball game, rewriting articles, typing the finished product, or doing any of the various things that must be clone in a newspaper office. The Kab and Tusitala also found a place for many of our future journalists. Dramatics haven't been neglected by the juniors. As sophies we won the one-act play contest with our entry, "The Greener Grass," This year we also en- tered the contest and our play, "Box and Cox," showed that we had acting talent in our class. Chorus and band opened their arms to our mu- sicians. Solo positions in both activities were partially filled by juniors. We also took an active part in de- bate and declamation. All these activities have been eagerly entered into by our class and as seniors we shall endeavor to do even more things of which we can be proud. G .. f ff A " WB". z' . X .Q vi, K I , Ll - V , ' ,, ,Lg -.W , vw - "" .Q 1 vol' ll .- W an . 4- mu A ci x?f4f'A , j ji. fwfi aff " "' 'i f 5, i 'ff :SA .1 EM -ff ea S Q - J Q , 5, . ' - - 3159 f , v v W Q9 2 ID 3' I 5 ' e 'Qing ' 2 'f . I IW V 2 2:3 'Ugg v m2 2 --Lal ' l l ll ' 25 il ll fi , ' , -W' , M, VL WWE, . - 7 5 , V .5 1.1 ' 0-Mums 5,43 9 K 'R WM-mm lf-:f ""'.13s.6. 1 as 1- 'mi 'VJ vf. vw t V I A .1 v 1 'f 3 'Q . J I W 2 ' . vf , M' ' is "' Q m 'D -ei . fb '53 R 28 I' lg ,Q I I l I Q SF ll -. K.2'-1 'F QQ .3 W 1 Wa, il ' !.. Q Q, l 'ff is ,li 5 kg -Q -.. .," rx'-'i f Q, an f , I, ni qs,- i 7 B123 :LL .X m 54 f 4 1- ,.,., . Y: 3, We 1.1 ' 535 4 vi. Cir fi? -:Qt SOPHOMORES ,raw 'T 'FQ Back: Joseph Brockmon-President. Front: David Junker SUFST, Coming into SHS life was an exciting and amazing adventure for the sophies. We didn't stay aghast long, for curiosity quickly overcame our shyness, and we soon became acquainted with the various fields of activity in our new school life. Last fall many young grid stars came out for long, hard practice hours, then, when school started, the "B" squad took its share of excited and ambitious Miss Geraldine Lovgren-Adviser new-comers. The season was hard for These football men, for the juniors and seniors were out to put us in our place, but a few made the grade and showed that they were here to stay. Basketball captured more of our athletes as three sophomore cagers made the "A" squad. Six up-and-coming boys put in their bid for "B" squad competition. To show their athletic ability, the girls turned out for G.A.A. A few bumps and bruises were produced when they participated in such sports as volleyball and basketball, but no girl would quit or give up the fun that G.A.A. gave them. The sophies were eager for dramatics. Many turned up in Mrs. Kelley's room to try out for "The Happy Journey," which was our choice for the Thespian Drama Night Contest. The acting done by the cast captured first place among the three entries. The Arrow also saw some good sophomore talent as the list of sophie hopefuls in news and feature writing grew quite long. We showed our initiative by securing the most P.T.A. memberships, and this enabled us to have a party at the expense of the P,T.A. We chose Feb- ruary lO as the date, and everyone had a gay time. After a year of excitement and adventure in senior high, we are ready and willing to display our other sundry talents to the upper-classmen, we are pre- pared to settle down for the two promising years that are yet to follow. Vice-President, Suzanne Johnson-Class Council, Donna Berquist-Class Council, Roger Larson-Secretary Treo na -nu! . I 0'9" ,Q ,' -elif' A V, hmm' ,.,,h X yy , ??K T2 fn ,A 1 g , . X m 1 Y . - 3lQEQTffg Q K i, .jf , a -5- : .2 o , . ,W 1, IU th l! QIQWQ 4.4 ,-.W-w..4.. ll l ll an .rg fi: ' .,g,.w 1 ,fx m,, ., x .,.f,.., X ', y A - .5'..,, ' ics I 57 , k ' - ml me . bs. N Q .71 I if 'T -4 '4 i N A 3 rim, -i- XJ' ' m 5 . Q .. Vg . " 'v"SSsSa hii 1 1. E Ng, l ,gs Lfgf -D l I ' , , 1 WA.. If I ff 1 .9v:':::5 " ll ,gn VN, ,X ,W Rl uij ,PLT M .91 ,HAH sz? Rfb - N w 151' , A. QQ l , 3 Fl - nt 4 -.lm is 'Q QU ia 1: 51 NE' K k VR . lb Q 1,9 3 F .-I " ". -ng ' P' Q. L X -.1 ggi? reafmre uni " 0 Nw JY' 4 2 A ' -3 .SQ X Simi- Q Q 0 E "' ' ooo 6 OUR STUDE T CGUNCIL ff Q r . -D 0 ! lock: Thomas Eddy, Carleton Olson, Albert Hoyoss, Beniomin Welshons, Kenneth Schad, David Seggellce, Paul Glaser, Nick Nelson, Roger Roett- ger. Middle: Bruce Bergen, Mary Lehrer, Lyle Elmquist, Joanne Moulton, Margery McLaughlin, John Slaughter, Diane Ballanz, James Vedder. Front: Joan Cosgrove, Jean Steffen, Glenice Jor- dohl. Roberta Meister. Yop: President James Vedder, vice-president Jo- anne Moulton, and secretory Jean Steffen give some serious thought to the problems confronting the student council. Bottom: Diane Balfanz and Tom Eddy consider plans for future council pro- iects. emocracy in .xdcfion Under the capable direction of James Ved- der, the Student Council started the year with its first big project, the selection of committee chairmen for the coming year. The council's meeting once a week, or more often if required, was not in vain. Let's briefly review some of the accomplishments of our council. Do you remember our successful Home- coming, the large audience at the Christmas Pageant, the gaily decorated halls at Christ- mas, and student staff day? These and many more can be mainly attributed to the efforts of our student council. Another big project was the sale of pencils by the council for the stu- dents' convenience. Probably the most anxiously awaited day was student staft day. This was the day that we students shone as teachers, and Jim, with his capable secretary Jean Steffen, took over the operation of the school. All in all, with the co-operation of Mr. Myers, the student council has had a very worthwhile and successful year. James Vedder and Glenice Jordohl confer with Mr. Myers, the council adviser, about an amend- ment tc the constitution. '11 t 'Q fi Q? .Sian ing ommiffeefi . . . Top Left: Keeping order in the halls during the day is the duty of the Reception, Hall ond Building Committee. Bnclc: Richard Brostrom, John Westphal, Raymond Asp, Manning LeClaire. Front: David Junker, Glenice Jordahl, Carol Steindorfi, Eugene Lescarbeau, Theodore Holmes. Top Right: Cooking our delicous meals is the daily accomplishment of Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Brown, and Mrs. McGarry. Middle left: An efficient staff of ianitors keeps our school ship-shape: Lyle Cran, Erwin Bartlcey, Henry Sandquist, Russell Mechelke. Middle Right: Noon Hour Com- mittee-This corps of students maintains order in our halls during the noon hour. Bock: Roy Richardson, Harry Barnholdt, Charles Roloft, William Lohmeier, Lyle Elmquist. Front: Alice Barnholdt, Susan Johnson, Bruce Beutel, Mr. Jansen. Left: Flag Committee- "Long shall our flag wave" is the theme of these students: Ken- neth Schod ond Beniomin Welshons. . . . c often y .szwlenf Gounci . . . Right: Welcome Committee-"Welcome to SHS. May we help you find your way around school?" Back: Marian Redpath, Lyle Elmquist. Front: David Johnson, Floreen Fazendin. Middle Left: Scenery Com- mittee-What would our plays be without scenery? John Roettger, James Hooley. Middle Right: Homecoming Committee-Hard work and careful planning bi' this committee assured the success of our 1949 Homecoming. Back: Richard Murphy, Joanne McGonigal, James Cerello, Jacquelyn Frye. Front: .Geraldine Lindbloom. Bottom Left: Pep Committee-Diane McGarry, James Cerello, Mary Kay Frawley, and Mary Cushner are hard at work planning our next pep fest, and at right-the result of one of the pep committee's long consultations. M. C. Cerello asks Mike if he knows who Mr. and Mrs. Sheh-hh are. l x 1. Qw- gav- ...J X. 39 Q D lf u .f I- E C. V3 4,9 gl A 31 f ,gg 513 -- 4 5:2-aw-Q ,N-. J x - v . ,fm 'I : f b Q5 l,z,e'v'? " X uv Q. 1 u Ng, l fe c ff fx Y, s'?v . xvvkxwrj x fs: E xegw ,gf .- ., W.. '17"i:yi:Ef!'iy-n-- I, if ,H , lf! 1 X ' - K 5 fo Yn- ,,- .1 - Bock: Valri Patton, Charlotte Nelson, Betty Pechuman, Ervin Roten- Katherine Reichkitzer, Shirley Huff, JoAnn Cronk, Gloria Plaster, berry, James Underhill, Mr. Regis, Keith Johnson, Gale Lueclc, Jean Alice Barnholdt, Donald Reichlcitzer, Arnold Schneider, Lolla Rice, Steffen. Middle: Mary Kay Frawley, Ruby Erlitz, Shirley Mulvey, Joan Jackson. Front: Joanne Moulton, Joanne McGonigal, JoAnne OUR SHS BAN An essential part of school life with its neat uni- forms and excellent music is our SHS Band under the inspired leadership of Mr. George Regis. A maior part of every pep fest, the band also played for all home football and basketball games, class plays, assemblies, and other school activities. "The Little Red School House," Santa's arrival at Christmas, and the winter "Ice Cream Social" claimed performances by our high school musicians. For the District Contest at Mahtomedi the selection chosen was "The Jolly Robbers Overture." The brass sextet and solos by Eleanor Harvey-flute, Ervin Roten- berry-sousaphone, Kay Reichkitzer-alto saxophone, Alice Barnholdt-baritone, Joanne Moulton-piano were also entered. Long hours of practice under Director Regis' baton made the spring concert a brilliant success. The band will be hard hit with the graduation of eleven seniors. Their familiar faces have been the mainstay in the organization for the past few years. To fill these vacancies a promising group of 60 young musicians was started this year. These students are working eagerly to eventually fill in the ranks of the SHS Band. 2 I? 2. ,, 5 Schaffer, Eleanor Harvey, Reta Thelen, Robert Flotlen, Virginia Schrade, Donna Sandquisv, Willard Albertson. DISTRICT I4 MUSIC CONTEST RESULTS Band ...., , . , ..,,.., Brass Sextet ..,. ... .. ..,. Eleanor Harvey, Flute Solo I . ..,. ..,.... . Alice Barnholdt, Baritone Solo , I , ., ., .. , Katherine Reichkitzer, Alto Saxophone Solo Ervin Rotenberry, Sousaphone Solo , ...... Joanne Moulton, Piano Solo ,. 9 F Us 4 1 I L QI 3 or I I 1 . I 2 DIRECTOR GEORGE S. REGIS R. ,I :I I .: L. v Y W! ,z . . 159 553' W' J A " 0 K v M N A X -5 . V f QA- f " A.. ' 1 mi at , 1 f - v ,- ' V as ,f 'ggi A 'X .. ' ' L Q r 41 ,. f A Q g X , .f 3 ' A V 'ii LQ.- Y lg ' X Q ',:,,i Bi, 'f:72k?g, , X? ur I I ' 7 9,52 . If Q XR fi :XJ " 4 s ,Q xg . ,W . X l...S if . P S1 I-7 V I ,' 5 K ' 5 ' - X I . I K XX 1 K Q .. 4, Q f-'00 z '52 053 YQ? , is' i sg: P92352 1 5 isa fa? x iii fig? iiigii- ix 4' . P r I In 2. X 1 v1 Girls' Sextet-Buck: Helen Northfield, Jo' Anne Moulton. Middle: Pcitrlfia Clurn, Mary Gower. Front: Geraldine Lindbloom, Audrey Bruette. Ann Marie Saugstad, Director Row 5: Maynard Eder, Jack Cameron, Ronald Schod, John Westphal, Robert McGarry, Harry Barnholdt, Thomas Eddy, Albert Hoyoss, James Haak, David Kelley, Robert Nolde. Row 4: Barbara Meflert, Joyce Erickson, Anne Sampoir, William Lohmeier, Timothy Kilty, Kenneth Kaiser, Allen Paul, Virginia Steinbauer, Marlene Kniebel, Mary Gower. Row 3: Nancy Hall- quist, Jeanne Moulton, Neoma Streich, MayBelle Lin- dabauer, Carol Nielsen, Joanne Thenn, Yvonne Craw- ford, Faith Nelson, Patricia Massicotte, Joyce Scullen, Eleanor Smith, Marilyn Turnblad, Row 2: Mary Swan- son, Joyce Lindell, Helen Northfield, Gail Schwantes, Ann Dewhurst, Darlene Penlc, Erntly Miller, Patricia Eder, Beverly Kiesow, Phyllis Gowan, Geraldine Lind- bloom, Susan Tobisch. Row 1: JoAnne Moulton, Mar- lene Peterson, Helen Hansen, Patricia Clum, Peggy Houston, Audrey Bruette, Anna Crotton, Marian Deaner, Jean Mayer, Audrey Drusch, Barbara John- son, Lois Godfrey. MIXED CHORUS Under the capable direction of Miss Ann Saugstad, the vocal music department has built up a hne reputa- tion. Everyone at SHS likes to sing and when the call for try-outs was given, the response was overwhelming. After the final testing, about eighty students found places in Mixed Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, Girls' Glee Club, Boys' Sextet, Girls' Sextet, and Mixed Octet. The hrst date on the busy calendar was an assembly, an interesting and varied program by all vocal groups. The traditional Christmas Pageant, a beautiful and artistic performance, highlighted that season of the year. Groups contributed frequently to local public functions, such as, The World Day of Prayer, at which time the Girls' Glee Club sang. The maior event of the year was the colorful operetta, "A Waltz Dream" by Oscar Strauss. With Miss Saug- stad directing the musical score and Miss Cecilia Mar- quardt, the libretto, the group turned out a superb per- formance. Members of the cast were John Westphal, Audrey Bruette, Robert Flotten, Tim Kilty, Gerry Lindbloom, Joyce Erickson, Paul Gillis, Joyce Scullen, Kenneth Kai- ser, David Kelley, Ronald Schad, Tom Eddy, Joanne Bauer, and Phyllis Gowan. Joanne Moulton and Mary Swanson were the accompanists, Joanne Thenn, student director, Tom Eddy, scenery chairman, Anne Sampair, ticket chairman. The Spring Concert, Baccalaureate, and Commence- ment completed a very successful year in vocal music. -5 .ff ' - J" 'K .ll :':nv', 215:-4,1 v " , us . '.44, I' . nl' -xt U, ys.. . ,A Xl' r fN A fef4"""" rv KALLJ an rganizafiond . . Commercial Club-Row 4: Joan Cosgrove, Hazel Bodlovick, Emily Miller, Virginia Steinbauer, Donna Sandquist. Row 3: Neoma Streich, Marion Seeger, Patricia Clum, Marion Deaner, Marilyn Turnblad, Jean Kaphing, Claire Reese MayBelle Lindabauer. Row 2: Elaine Hauer, Peggy Houston, Carlene Heclstrom, Gloria Plaster, Margaret Plourde, Phyllis Gowan, Anna Crotton, Marlene Peterson. Row 'l: Eleanor Smith, Gloria Blair, Carol Marlcgral, Marcia Meinke, Maxine Ander- son, Miss Lovgren, adviser. Omce Girls-Back: Mary Ann Miller, June Schifsky, Front: Mary Hagberg, Emily Miller, Helen North- field. C.amera Shy: Anna Crotton. Chemistry Club-Standing: Ronald Rimer, Kenneth Kaiser, Hugh Barclay, Robert Flotten, Audrey Bruette, Lyle Elmquist, Helen Johnson, Ervin Roten- berry, Valri Patten, Gale Lueck, Katherine Reich- kitzer, Paul Gilles, Thomas Zaczkowslci. 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E -f' XX If XJ x 1, 'CfJf led E. Que T 'fs QQLQQ I Q .Ei 2 5 vi 2? , 4- . 5 x A ff i v W ,,..J.-- if -5. azvnww fits E? Q S vf .gm 4. Y ,F ., 3 3 zz rx tfw i K, awww I 1 ,..-.D'-I 7-nl-ul Q-lvl' sQiN.,,,,X X .1 My ' .. Ek' ,:e.',,-35 1 1 1, ' : ..W.rz21 F , k,.: -- x- W wa R 'K 3 if Standing: James Cerello, Miss Hedberg, Carleton Olson. Seated: Stephanie Swenson, Richard Estelle, Joanne McGonigal. This year marks the turn of the halt century, there- fore, it will be most appropriate to look back into the history of the "TusitaIa." The "Tus" was Hrst initiated about twenty-five years ago by the principal to encourage the students in liter- ary creations. The title, "Tusitala," meaning "teller of tales" was the appelation endowed upon Robert Louis Stevenson by the natives of Samoa Island where he spent the last days of his life. Each year the students of the senior high school have a chance to display their literary talents by contributing poems, stories, and essays for publication in the "Tus." Roger Moulton, David Kelley. TUSITALA To carry out the theme, the title chosen was "ln The Good Old Days." The cover and illustrations blend in well with the theme. The success of the "Tusitala's" issuance is due to the dynamic advisership of Miss Irene Hedeberg. Encour- agement in literary creation, given to students by the English department, has greatly enriched the publica- tion. StafT members for the T950 "Tusitala" are as follows: senior editors, Stephanie Swenson and Dick Estelle, junior editors, Joyce Erickson and Audrey Bruette, sopho- more editor, Bonnie Newman. Art editor is Jim Cerello, whose staft is Joanne McGonigal, Joanne Thenn, Terry Crombie, Jacqueline Frye, Susan Rowland, and Arlene Moris. The business staft, whose manager is Carleton Olson, includes, Bill Lohmeier, Tim Kilty, Hugh Barclay, Roger Moulton and David Kelley. Standing: Nancy Steinmetz, Joanne Thenn, Jacquelyn Frye, Joyce Lindell, Susan Rowland, Hugh Barclay. Seated: Carleton Olson Audrey Bruette, Stephanie Swenson, Richard Estelle, Joyce Erick son. Camera Shy: Timothy Kilty, Bonnie Newman, Arlene Mons Speech Coaches-Back: Mrs. Gower, Mr, Elling- son, Miss Lovgren. Front: Miss Denison. The varied speech activities offered at SHS are open to all who wish to take part. This year marked one of the largest groups ever to take advantage of this op- portunity. An outstanding coaching staff, headed by Miss June Denison, included Mrs. Gower, Miss Lovgren, and Mr. Ellingson. At the sub-district and district declamation contests held at South St. Paul on March l3, Stillwater was ably represented by l7 members of the speech department. Eight students, Gail Schwantes, Pat Jewell, Alice Barn- holdt, Eugene Mechelke, Joanne Moulton, Willard Al- bertson, Joanne Thenn, and Joyce Lindell, received an average above 5 points which enabled them to go on to the district finals. Joyce Lindell and Joanne Thenn received ratings of excellent. Gail Schwantes received a superior rating for her humorous selection entitled, "Gertrude, the Governessf' Gail's superior rating en- titled her to go to the regional contest at Hastings. Under the careful guidance of Mr. Ellingson, the Stillwater High debate team finished a successful year with a record of l2 wins out of 24 debates, at tourna- ments held at Eau Claire, Hastings, and White Bear. This season was climaxed with the team's appearance at the regional at White Bear, where they finished in third place. SPEECH Discussion Group-Clocllwise: Shirley Rude, Alice Barnholdt, Eugene Mehleke, Helen Hansen, Mr. Ellingson, adviser, Willard Albertson, Paul Gilles. Debate-Clockwise: Ronald Rimer, Eugene Mechel- ke, Alice Barnholdt, Helen Hansen, Willard Albert son. Declamation-Row 5: James Ved- der, Willard Albertson, David Kelley, David Skramstad. Row 4: Gail Schwantes, Susan Gran- quist. Row 3: Joyce Lindell, Do- lores Burrell, Patricia Mcssicotte, Jean Steffen. Row 2: Susan Rowland, Joanne Thenn, Susan Johnson, Joanne Moulton. Row 1: Helen Johnson, Patricia Jewell. Tho Crochet family in front of their house: Topal Crochet, Sally Johnson, Arthur Crochet, Ted Holmes, Fleece and Elna, Pat Massicotte and Marlene Peterson, Mrs. Crochet, Stephanie Swenson, Mrs. Beaumont Chochot, Loroda Ma and Pa Crochet comfon son, Arthur. 4. - fi we greaf l-looney, the Commodore, Carleton Olson, Dowoy, Don Masterman, Mrs. Dupre, Phyllis Gowon, Tobin, labor! Flotteng Tayo, Roy Lundstrom, ilmoollngi Ewio, Pat Pohh Committee heads discuss last minute details for tho class play. Front: Pat Jewell, student directory Joan Stefian, properties, Jody Bauer, art work, Joonno Thonn, tickets, Boniy Wolshonn, scenery. 00l'5 fep Grass Margin, Louisiana, a small, typical Southern town, was the scene of this year's Senior Class Play, "The Great Big Doorstep," by Francis Goodrich and Albert Hackett. The plot centers around the Crochets, a poor but ambitious family. Their home, a delapidated shack, was adorned with a splendid white doorstep. Commodore Crochet, his wife, and their five children are dissatisfied with their home, and want a house to go with their doorstep. However, the Commodore being lazy, does not succeed in getting one for his family, nor does his brother Dewey who attempts to help them. It is Mrs. Crochet who finally earns enough money by selling water lily bulbs to a big-city florist, Mrs. Beaumont Crochet, who turns out to be a distant relative. Miss June Denison did a superb job in directing this, one of the most successful productions in recent years. ncerfain D195 "Pop" Riley, the friendly proprietor of a small town Malt Shop, was the center of attraction in the Junior Class Play, "Uncertain Wings," by Robert Hill and Floyd Crutchfield. Margaret, the most sophisticated of the teen-agers who used the Malt Shop as a meeting place, is mis- understood by her friends until they discover that a play she has written became a success. Committee Chairmen: Sally Johnson, make- up, Jean Steffen, publicity, Helen Hansen, properties, Pat Peterson, tickets. Humor was provided by Tubby, who brought her many troubles to the Malt Shop for discussion. Student director was Donna Sandquist. Willard Al- bertson was in charge ot scenery and Helen Hansen, properties. Jean Steften was chairman of publicity with Pat Peterson on tickets. Sally Johnson, Beverly Thomas and Loreda Heaney took care of make-up, and art work was done by JoAnne Bauer, Loreda Heaney and JoAnne McGonigal. Student directors, Pot Jewell and Donna Sandquist, get advice from Miss Denison, the director ot both clan plays. 4 Cast, "Uncertain Wings": Bernice Nielsen, Dolly, Jim Swenson, Mqrggrgt, Camera Shy: Joanne McGonigal, Cerello, "POP": Teddy l'lOlfT1eS, Jel'VYr TGVVY Cl'0mbie, Lola, Robert Flotten, Bob. Extras: Ronald Shad, Helen Tyler, Barbara Benson, Tubby, Joanne Anderson, Alice, Northfield, Marlene Peterson, Warren Utecht, Patricia Pat Massicotte, Ethel, Carleton Olson, Jack, Stephanie Jewell, Anne Sampair. .5 J - -iv" ,,.r-M. .... , ..,- I, . .. W 4 .-f...--..-'.i.'1 ,.,--1 ---1 Tha Ctmnd March clrmoxes an evening of "Moonlight and Roses," the '49 Prom. Top left: Carol Markgraf, Susan Granquist, Beverly Thomas, Barbara Meftert, Betty Pechuman, and Janet North reveal some of the latest fashions of Lower Slobbovia. Top Right: Snowdrifts abounded at the Sadie as proven by these snowed-in mannequins. Bottom Left: Daisy Mae and L'l Abner of 1949-Sally Merrill and Ray Asp. Bottom dancers seemed to mind it. Right: Although the atmosphere in Lower Slobbovia was rather frigid, none of these ai- Gathered around Barbara Benson and her typewriter are Mar- garet Vogt, Virginia Cates, Jeannette Bixby, Helen Brochman, and Marvis Elmquist. Right: I wonder if these boys know the parts of the carburetor. They are James Stevensen, Eugene Wright, Robert Dietz, Willard LaMere, and John Heimann, RELATED OCCUPATIONS Did you ever try to do two things at once? A group of 33 SHS seniors who take Related Occupations are doing iust that. These ambitious students attend school in the morning and then work at their respective iobs in the afternoon. In this way they are able to combine their formal education with practical exper- ience. i su tlll Cllllli "MSP Business heads f Roy L O '0morrow, R bend 38333-oryi, Lawrence Peteililedcsrudents-James Sch ld usY over their insumncg pgggles Ciesmgn' Ondmggrolmoryin Uyecm ies. Under the expert guidance of their co- ordinator, Mr. Jacobson, the classes learn such useful information as what kind of insurance to buy, howto apply for a job, where their income tax deduction goes, and how to manage their money. Any personal problems that may arise in re- spect to a student's job are handled by Mr. Jacobson, who devotes about two hours a week to each individual. c moi- Plucmtt xl fr Studying business forms are Robert Bardon, Bernard Nadeau, Rob- ert Jensen, Savid Sheivik, and Roger Knapp. f Learning the operating principles of a stroke cycle engine are David Skeivik, Roger Knapp, John McDonald, Robert Nygren, and Donald Berg. Ompson- J I r 44 1: x' .-4 .. L. ... In . ls jf 1 J . 'JMR fi ,I 3 J gag wfv u "' V ' 5 K Y sf: li iw g :tx E gxF igf.? M5353 kLLA.L ww 1 5 K DQ E -' S' K . if 1 X, 1 , .Q -7 MQ- 4 is ,Q A W, if 2 A-L'- .. 'If , ' . Nm ,M i i Jax' 2 Si W 53 sp 5 AW H I i X51 5 K J 43 ini? I - 55' M ,A w haul xl K gf A fi Q Qi . ' 'Li .. K N K x x - f 5, gk .,' Q' 55 . Q X u Qi i .Q . ' - wr,-W , K 1 'vi -Q I xsi' xt, X ' -ll air . ,. ' K' . j e 4' iv is K REQ? Q , 5g5i5i if ASSEMBLIES 1. "Barley Woo-Woo Chestus," as portrayed by Susan Gran- quist, tells M, C. Tom Eddy about life on a football field. 2. "Little Orphan Agnes" Erickson seems highly amused as "Killem- somora" Hoak threatens her with a large sword. 3. While Mr. Regis and the band furnish the musical background, Miss Saug- stad directs students and faculty in community singing. 4. Joey Brochman, sophomore class president, puckers up for o loving kiss on the trophy awarded to that class for cheering the loudest at the last pep fest of the year. 5. Coach Windmiller orders the basketball squad to get home to their poached eggs on toast as the enthusiastic iuniors look on. 6. Jody Bauer, Pat Jewell, "Poochie" Pominville, and John Westphal prove Mary Berry's statement that anyone can play a marimba. 7, Bob Robertson shows the student body how to beat some rhythm out of his drums. 8. "Going-Going-Gone!" Bob MCGarry sells another box of food at the auction sponsored by Miss Denison's home room. 9. An enioyable assembly of favorite songs was presented by the Stokes' Halleluiah Quartet. 10. Mr, James Montgomery shows us the shrunken head he got from some ex-headhunters in the South American mountains. ' x E-2.5 o n-. Q: +E':'s':21. -1: 3 ' 5 it - 519 Y, gr' A 5 ' - "' i 5 5 B rf- ca i V -1 xi , . C9 .ca ' 5 Ronald Schad Lyle Elmquist ,4 few Kenneih Wieden HOME Jack Junker John Mariana Left: The Homecoming pep fest skit was something new this year, being o Take-of? on The Olson and Johnson program. Arguing over where io build their Conirapfion are Benjy Welshons and Bob Raduenz. Meanwhile, Jim Cerello is reading a summary of post Homecomings. COMIN Carol Steindorff Stephanie Swenson Right: After 0 long snoke dance down from The high school pep fest, the cheerleaders Ie-od The student body in song-in front of o rooring bonfire. Leczding Care Mory Gower, Morlyne Kniebel, Tino McDonald, and Joyce Erickson. The King, Queen, ond ot- fendonfs woich from ccnrs in the background. Mary Rose Fozendin Sally Johnson Marion Redpcnh ,amd i-:vii i 'W'- Top Left: JoAnne Bauer puts finishing touches on the Homecoming sign. Top Right: Coach Arnold gives Tips on how to bowl. Middle left: Mr. Wind- miller gives "his boys" 0 pep talk during the half at the Anoka game. Middle Right: Donna Sondquist and Bob Flotten try to convince Mr. Regis that they have been practicing. Bottom: Gruesome but real is this shrunken head. a 9 .Q ff . -its 4 -E gg' f Q.. 1 Q91 4' a 1 6 g' Lx. Ns D E 5 lim, -1 '3'XX 1 - 1 S 8. 2 13 i' S N M -X s 'EQ X5 2 f -gf- ,,. 4? V. nm nn 4,1 ,viii QQ! f .6' 1 w s 1 'Wx Jxx br' .Q - X M -qnpvf-QM WY ,,, ,Af X, . I 1 1 ji' 5? r . . 'PV K W Tix.: V -' 1 jf. wi f 43 Ry. HQ, fy ll' gig. . , , zkmwz ' '.. Nga- L Mi. lk ' fx .. L G 59' ---:qw-rm. -.neun-3 "' 'GA 04' gf J W., L gk ea Ugri N5f5' 1:1 R. Asp B. Beufel R. Case R. Converse .L Hooley . ,:.. E . 1' I .11 W. Lohmeier J. Mariana D. Mastermon C. Olson R. Roduenz Cr' 'D as F. Weckwerth B. Welshons J. Westphol K. Wieden T. Eddy 1 ,,,., l W. Kurth M. LeClaire R. Lee R. McGarry R. McPherson 1 S: 9 . in D. Thomas K. Sched B. Bergen J. Brochman E. Dornfeld J. Junker 1 , Coach Arnold Qseatedl, Assistant Coach Windmillor PO IES 0F I949 A. Firth R. Richardson J. Roettger Co-Captain Ronald Schad i Co-Captain Lyle Elmqm The Stillwater Ponies, who started with a light and inexperienced team, ended the season with a record of two wins and six losses. Although the Ponies of 1949 had a little trouble, next year's team will be one to watch. Under the direction of their new coach, Carl Arnold, the Ponies started the season off with a bang by win- ning over St. Paul Humboldt, 26-O. Touchdowns were divided evenly between Lyle Elmquist and Ken Wieden, as they each scored twice. Dick Case kicked two extra points. From the opening gun until the last minutes of the contest between Blake and the Ponies, Blake took com- mand of this game. By making four touchdowns, Blake totaled enough points to win by a sizable margin of 25-O. The Ponies showed much improvement in the game with Anoka, but the Tornadoes proved their worth by winning, 9-0. Stillwater 26 Humboldt ...,. ,. 0 Stillwater 0 Blake . . . .25 Stillwater 0 Anoka .,...., ..... . , 9 Stillwater 20 Hudson .. ., 12 Stillwater . , O Columbia Heights . .13 Stillwater 0 South St. Paul ....., 20 Stillwater 0 White Bear ,,...,...,,. 15 Stillwater, . . . 7 Hastings ...,,...,....., .33 After traveling to Hudson, our team returned home with a convincing 20-12 victory. The game was played on a wet field which prevented the Ponies from taking to the air. As the result of a long run, Jack Junker scored the first touchdown and "Casey" kicked the extra point. By running 28 yards Jack carried the ball over the goal line once more. John Mariana scored the final touchdown and once again Dick Case made the kick. Numerous penalties hampered both teams as the Ponies and the Heighters met on our gridiron. Two touchdowns in the second quarter gave Columbia Heights a sure victory as they won by a score of 13-O. The gala event of Homecoming was given a setback as the South St. Paul Packers rolled up a 20-O victory. The opening minutes of the game between the Ponies and the Bears predicted that this game was to be a real battle, but as the cold weather and the first snow of the season dampened the enthusiasm of both the spec- tators and the players, things slowed down. At the final gun the score was 15-O for White Bear. Ending the season, the team traveled to Hastings, only to be defeated by the Raiders, 33-7. John Mariana made the touchdown for Stillwater and Dick Case came into the game to make the conversion good. Scoring honors were almost evenly divided. Lyle Elmquist, Ken Wieden, Jack Junker, and John Mariana scored two touchdowns apiece for a total of 48 points. Dick Case, with his educated toe, accounted for the 5 extra points. 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II, j ff,-A 1' ' 5. sf I Q. , 'V ', if-5 J ,ik , - f I ' . A Q' K I If , 'f- ,, , ,ff 3 . ,. .1 I I' sg , .F I f' ff EI - 6 QI as Iv ,, 1' Y , I f 41 , I 9' Raj "' if L wg 1' x rn It M IM H fl L I1 R . - ff' I. I-, g , I, , ' k - .I . A , , II -' " ,,- 'I , X '- IQ. ,g hr, I ,gy .I ,, If . - ,S ,I gg . I . , I - f I . .. I I .I If f, .I ,. f - inf 'I , T" Arif , f' .. 39 'Q 'I .GI A I 5 ,Ir ' if - ' I ' T: Kmy' , Af ,I fgg-fggqs? QF 1, . -I I- If , .- - ' - ' I I . 3 5, ,,'..fr ,Y M f K. I .I I' 1 I fi' I' mg. If .Q II ' 1 r Q . ' A' - 2, If sv , f v .1 J' ,I " 95 r A ,1 v " 5 eh. i 5 N 'K W K v' t WJ A KIF' I1 , 1 Y ' If I+ Ip N , In. I I Whmscke ' ,73 S I I D B-Squad: Tom Eddy, Joe Brochman, Frank Gordon, David Thomas, Roger Roettger, Earl Dornteld, Pete Miller,- Paul Glaser, David Johnson, Coach Arnold. Playing one of The toughest schedules of any Team in The state, STillwaTer's Ponies won eight out Ol twenty starts and finished fourth in The Suburban Conference with a 4-6 record. Under the expert Studia! Managers: Charles Roloi and Ken Kaiser check equipment. coaching of Wes Windmiller, This year's team exhi- bited skill and aggressiveness, showing much im- provement over The Team of '49, We are looking Suffering a setback in The season's opener as Johnson of St. Paul defeated The Ponies by one point, 27-26, The hoopsters, under The leadership of Team Captain Harry Barnholdt, bounced back to take games from Northfield and Hastings by impressive scores. ln conference play, Anoka and White Bear were iinxes for the Ponies who lost two games to each team, however, the cagers broke even with Hastings and South St. Paul while defeating Columbia Heights on two occasions. In the upset of the season, the Ponies dumped South St. Paul, 45-43, as Barnholdt sank a 50-foot shot from mid-court, This was the first of three con- secutive close-margin wins for the Ponies. Sparked by Jack Junker they also hurdled Columbia Heights and Northfield in the closing seconds ot each game. in District I4 Tournament, Stillwater outclassed White Bear in The opening game, 4l-27. In the second round Farmington upset the Ponies, 33-32, to eliminate Stillwater from the tournament and put an end to the basketball season. Case obtained a berth an The All-District Team. Captain Bud Barnholdt finished third in the Suburban Conference scoring race with an average of l3.7 points per game. He also achieved The honor of be- ing named on the All-Suburban Conference Team. 5 Q t '. M -OJ' ' , ',l,,gQs 51' 4,2 ' ' vit A q 'Qffff' y ef 'll X X YW ff JP N in-Y ,Us ,S 2" S g +' :ga . . 2 L ,M wg 3 3 ifu, Mr pg ...l' i i .1172 iffila. 7 JW! Dean Cfl"'50"' O -I ' 6 8 low 3: Coach Brown, Manning LeClaire, Raymond Asp, Robert McPherson, Richard Brostrom. Row 2: Grant White imanogerl, Kenneth Wieden, Bruce Beutel, Eugene Lescarbeau, Robert Wier, Jerome Day lmanageri, Row I: Dean Carlson, John Lindell, James Greeder, David Lindquist, Bradley Ayers, Roger Larson, :ACLU fem aiu xlaerien ce nd Ken Wieden Conv North Si. Paul goalie' erge on 'M -.1 ,Dean Carlson and Ted Holmer drive for a goal. ax' - I 'ff 2 .M -.. J '55 F the Suburban Conference by a score of 508 to 536. 1 I -in Back: Henry Lentz, Jack Harrigan, Walter Schupp, Paul Gilles, Robert rlotten, Coach Hob- lit, Captain Tim Kilty. Front: John Schwartz, James Schmidt, David Zoller. Right: Coach Hoblit and Captain Tim Kilty discuss the fine points of golf. ogngdmen in midfricf Eid The year 1949 brought about the revival of competi- tive golf at Stillwater after a lapse of nine years be- cause of the war. The golf team, which was made up CGLF Baseball-Won 5, lost 2. entirely ot sophomores and juniors, was ably coached S'lllW"'e"'A """" """ 7 Anoka . Stillwater .......,...,...,..,. 8 No. St. Paul , , bY Mr' Afllfuf l-loblll' I Stillwater .... ,...... 6 White Bear .,,. . . The district and suburban matches were held simul- 5,,HwC,,e, vlll hlyvulgll 5 50. SL pw' llllll taneously at Anoka. The District title went to the Ponies Stillwater ,... ......... 3 Hastings ...,..,. .. . who had a score of 525, but Anoka beat the Ponies in 5'fllW'-'1'e'- ----e---' 6 C0lU"'biG HGFQNS -VVQ A Stillwater .......,..,........ 6 Faribault , Row 3: William Lohmeier, Manning LeClaire, James Strand, Kenneth Wieden, Kenneth Anderson, Jack lunker, Robert Miller, Richard Case, Maynard Eder. Row 2: Dale Broakman, Roger Kuhn, Donald Meyer, Ray Lohman, Richard Brostrom, Charles Simonet. Row I: Coach Ames, Richard Murphy, Eugene Lehmicke, Bruce Beutal, John Mariana, John Pominville. Front: Neil Junker. BASEBALL X . slhlif' , if 5 T . i L 25 lwiyfj 1' T N . , uggy K My , My M iq 1 y ixjfjfi fllt QQ ill' ls 5 c we ps" ,rs - L X ' w " N f T' I , g It in 1x0 Aff 5 S , Q xxx?-'Y 1 I my N .LM 'P lit' ANA, Ar,-, St, ware, ,hm Nc-reg X L Ml I l v- Row 4: Coach Windmiller, Carleton Olson, Earl Dornfeld, Glaydon Kern ,Roger Kuhn, Philip Simonet, TRACK Coach Bierhaus. Row 3: Robert Roduenz, Willard La Mere, John Westphal, Raymond Asp, Kenneth Kaiser, Louis Haak. Row 2: Lyle Elmquist, Kenneth Wieden, Theodore Wier, Kenneth Schad, Carl Johnson, Albert Firth, Ervin Rotenberry. Row I: Richard Converse, Fred Kane, John Ulrich, Richard Barstow, Harry Barn- holdt, Walter Kurth, Thomas Ammermon. ibb fricf ghamlao With the fresh spring air to set one's blood atingle, the members of the l949 track team started their sea- son, and a time season it was! A large number of enthu- siastic veterans and sophomores elected John Ulrich as their captain. The season got oft to a good start with a . he d in l A rx Ommns Lheihfiel Wye rf Ord U- ' xigtrill JA T20 Y victory over Murray. ln the Carleton relays, the team placed fifth in the Class M division, and then later moved on to take the Suburban crown by upsetting a favored Anoka squad in the Suburban meet. In the St. Thomas relays, the squad captured second in their class and then returned again to St. Thomas tor the district meet where they won the District I4 championship. Those members of the squad moved on to the regional meet, where they took second place, being surpassed only by the powerful Anoka squad. Those who qualified for the state meet were the 880 relay team: Lyle Elm- quist, Dick Barstow, John Ulrich, and Ken Wieden, Wally Kurth in the half-mile, and Ken Wieden in the 220 yard dash. Wieden and Elmquist finish o Close one-two in the Suburban century at St. Thomas. V421 G. A. A. On Tuesday when screams of excite- ment issue from the gym, one can be sure that the "girl athletes" of S.H.S. are at play. This year approximately one hun- dred girls have ioined in exciting games ot speedball, basketball, volleyball, soft- ball, bowling, or some other sport. Each faithful member has worked hard for awards based on the new point system set up by Miss Vogelpohl. The otiicers at G.A.A. are Carol Niel- sen, president, Nena Arnundson, vice- president, Floreen Fazendin, secretary, and Patricia Buckley, treasurer, Their "right hand men" are Joyce Lindell, points manager, Bernice Nielsen, bowling manager, Katherine Klein, volleyball manager, Lolla Rice, basketball manager, Alice Barnholdt, softball manager, Susan Johnson, social committee chairman, and Patricia Jewell, publicity committee chair- man. The bowling tournament, a G.A.A. as- -sembly, Splash Party, the annual Smor- gasbord, our "most valuable senior award," and the Valentine Party have been some of the highlights of the i949- l95O season. Top Right: OtTicers-Katherine Klein, Joyce Lindell, Bernice Neilsen, Patricia Buckley, Nena Amund- son, and Floreen Fazendin take charge of the various sports divisions, Middle Right: The top bowling team members-Eleanor Smith, Peggy Houston, Shirley Rude, Beverlee Swayze, Mary Hoy, and Elaine Hauer. Lower Right: G.A.A. of- ficers-Patricia Buckley, Floreen Fazendin, Nena Amundson, ond Carol Nielsen makes plans for the next meeting. Bottom: The highest individual bowling scorers of the season-Jane Haggerty, Ann Erlitz, Lorna Kutz, Patricia Jewell, Joan Cos- grove, Hazel Bodlovick, Helen Alcorn, and Po- tricio Buckley. i' 79 f xi " mfg 5 5 X 6 .A Q 1 0 1 AU ' I 4 ' v L? , , -a- 'K if 1 1! dx. , I ,I . 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M , 'EWR ."".'f, A, v L up ,mtivjuki , I Aw -g wgQ.. 5 ' 50:1 '-A4 Gull 1 as - Row 3: Robert Brown, Jon Carl- sen, Donna Richert, Patricia Die- thert, Audrey Johnson, Marcia Kin- sel, George Kohl, John LaCosse, Richard Landmesser. Row 2: Bonnie Johnson, Barbara Johnson, Mary LeClaire, Patricia Johnson, Beverly Benshoof, Sally Johnson, Sharon Arsenault, Alice Koenig, Shirley Mulvey, Karen Brodeen. Row 1: Jean Crimmins, Willis Bondeson, John Goulet, Ralph Junker, Sally Clark, Shirley Cates, Maxine Jo- sephson, Marilyn Klawitter, Judith Bacon. Camera Shy: Neil Gran- berg. Row 3: Rosella Wieland, James Massicotte, John Ponath, Thomas Juhl, Roger Schupp, Wayne Reed, Arlo McFarlane, Shirley Splinter. Row 2: Stanley Simkins, Sandra Led- better, Joanne Mechelke, Shirley Nielsen, Darlene Callahan, Marion Roepke, LaVonne Reed, Mary Peter- son, Clifford Nelson. Row 1: Donald Reichkitzer, Richard Lutz, Ronald Peterson, Helen Lawson, Barbara Schmidt, Mary Lou Sempel, Jerry Ryan, Thomas Page, John Monson. Camera Shy: Richard Fazekcs. Row 3: William Brown, Boyd Ehret, William Anderson, Frederick Duerr, Gregg Campbell, Floyd Anderson, Richard Westphal, Thomas Keller, Rollo Beebe. Row 2: Brad Ayers, Dean Beutel, Mary Stieger, Marilyn Nelson, Patricia Zahler, Georgia Converse, Mary Gelhar, Connie Wold, Johanne Bird, Robert Junker, George Hampton, Row I: John Cal- lies, Donna Wieland, Caroline Hei- fort, Joon Buckley, LaMae Pribnow, Joan Davidson, Orphy Srock, Mor- guerite Mortenson, David Dornfeld, Gerald Cook. Camera Shy: George Bailey, Henry ller. Row 3: Jean Mechelke, Marlene Peterson, Fredine Bird, Mary Briggs, Marcia Zoller, Donna Benson, Jeanne St. Marie, Nancy Ander- son, Mary LaCossee. Row 2: Kay Biorkmon, Joan Kulowatz, Fern Weckwerth, Barbara Anderson, Pa- tricia Miller, Betty Briggs, Shirley Behling, Kathleen Callahan, Patricia Conway. Row I: Deloris Paulson, Alice London, Katherine Juckel, Jean Reuter, Marlene Pribnow, Bar- bara Roepke, Eleanor Zeuli, Kay Nesbitt. GRADE Vlll Row 3: Richard Gower, Paul Fron- sen, Lorenzo Chrislenson, Daisy Bailey, Sylvia Berg, Edward Beig- ing, Earl Benson, Edward Pierre, Philip Colombo. Row 2: Gary Goetz, Nyla Waalen, Janet Brelcke, Mary Ann Clarke, Julie North, Mary Gatzke, Constance Donahue, Erma Schwartz, Leona Schiltgen, Maxine Grosskreutz. Row 'l: Gartield Clark, James Dietz, Patricia Brockman, Katherine Conley, Mary Wright, Marlene Reed, Catherine Tennant, Mary Dornfeld, Gerald Galowitz, Bernard Peterson. Camera Shy: lrv- ing Bloom, Kenneth Brunell, Ardis Gilbertson. Row 3: Marcus Maris, Daniel Kroen- ing, Pat Balk, Margaret Dietz, De- lores lckler, Mary Hagen, Judy Hen- ley, Shirley Haase, Shirley Jordahl, James Lowery, Bruce Lassen. Row 2: Ronald Bird, Barbara Jewell, Eleanor Hockstein, Bonnie Johnson, Carol Irvin, Iona Hestrom, Mary Ann Judlcins, Diane Jerry, Roger Benson, Robert Johnson. Row 1: Richard Goulet, Herbert Lawson, Reinhard Mousolf, Mary Zeller, Gaye Iverson, Cora Edgell, Jaan Reinchow, Beverly Lueck, Bruce Ehret, Neil Junker, Richard Pierre. Camera Shy: Roy Smith. Row 3: Jaan Pohl, Beverly Lassen, Bernice Schilling, Nancy Slaughtefff Marlys Nelson, Virginia Nielsen, Robert Roettger, Roger Wohlers, Peter Thueson, Sheldon Peterson. Row 2: Charles McGuire, Roland Kern, Josephine Navara, Mary Steindorff, Betty Morgan, Bernadine Grundhauser, Gail Kitelinger, Don- ald Swanson, Richard Thompson, Al- bert Balk. Row 'I: Richard Marlmgraf, Gale Pettee, June Ramsden, Mar- lene Lueck, Rosalie Lund, Mollie Linder, Carroll Kerr, Alberta Paul- son, Jerome Eder, Thomas Schwartz, James Mechelke. Row 3: Harold Nelson, Allen Sand- berg, Carl Lund, James Swanson, Jon Lehman, David Ponath, Roger Peterson, Ronald Wold, David Swanson, Marlin Huddle. Row 2: Randolph Turnblad, Mary Kern, Marie Randall, Barbara Palmer, Leah Schwantes, Barbara Miller, Elener Sachs, Jacqueline Shoe- fT1Oli9r, Carol Made, Winifred Mor- ris, Carol Simkins. Row 'l: William Bruncke, Shirley Semple, Nancy Junlcer, Verna Steffen, Pamella Nes- bitt, Eunice Rosenow, Corrine Nel- son, Joyce Loeber, Roger Monte- marno, Camera Shy: Dorothy Swan- son. GRADE VII Row 3: John Neemes, Clarenol Kutz, Robert Zaczkowski, Ronald Danielson, Merrill Kerr, Sandra Steindorf, Gayle Heitmiller, Anita Witzel, Sharon Krongard. Row 2: Gayle Lind, Gertrude LaCosse, Em- ily Eder, Marjorie Hasse, Susan Krog, Jean Langness, Phyllis Han- sen, Barbara Irvin, Robin Schaller, Terry Anderson, Lawrence Novall. Row I: Lorraine Grundhauser, Dar- lene Hanson, Darlene Johnson, Ar- lene Larson, Marlene Knetelkamp, Fred Reis, Craig Hoffbeck, Dale Kress, John Mechellce. low 3: Marlene Trombley, Barbara Nutting, Gerald Kern, Charles Un- derwood, Glen Schleusner, Donna Wilson, John Berschens, Gerald Windisch, Harold Lohmeier. Row 2: Robert Steindorfl, Rose Masteriohn, Mary Skramstad, Mary Lou Becker, Diane Smith, Eleanor Wilson, Anna Marie Holmberg, Ilene Waalen. Row 1: Hamilton Bird, Thomas Co- lombo, Richard Teeters, Deanna Peterson, Kathleen Welsh, Betty Watson, James Johnson, Dorothy Richert. Camera Shy: Robert Si- monds, Joanne Swenson, Greg White. low 3: Margaret Fantini, Martha Doyle, Carole Erickson, Mabel Giorvad, Eunice Cramblit, Sharon Glass, Patrick Hughes, Dale Bahr, James Gannon, Pierce Lind. Row 2: Donald Francis, Bradley Bacon, Jon Ermisch, Thomas Diethert, Helen Gatzke, Donna Bradshaw, Lois Doerr, Marlene Bieging, Shelia Evans. Row I: Philip Estelle, Robert Bowen, Pat Oriel, Richard Dew- hurst, Richard Croonquist, Karen Glasrud, Carol Anderson, Barbara Beggs. Camera Shy: Deanna Skram- stad, James Trupe. Row 3: Leonard Schrade, David Miller, Gayle Schiefelbein, Nancy Navrmtill, Gary Rosenquist, Warren Scullen, Patricia Maslowski, Beverly Reichert, Clarence Miller, Jeannette Murray. Row 2: Kenneth Opsall, Melvyn Larson, Beverly Payne, Phyl- lis Reese, Dorothy Kutz, Sandra Holsten, Shirley Schone, Paula Newman, James Sandahl. Row I: Janice Arvig, Carol Peterson, Yvonne Marlcgraf, Constance Mas- teriohn, Leona Ruline, Gene Schleus- ner, Donald Paulson, David John- son. Camera Shy: Carol Kilmer. 'JHC3 l ms 450 ws. up Q 3 , at 1 , gf: 5,,,5 ,,.f 3 0 2 my I A .,,A. ' 9-. QM L ' 7 L' ?'f ' ff f g . ,I ,,,. ' . ag . L Q K ,uf in SPONSORS We, the students of Stillwater High School, sincerely thank the business men of our community, whose loyal support helped make this fine yearbook possible. 'American Legion Post No. 48 """Andersen Corporation, Bayport 'Anderson Shoe Store "Andy's Super Market, Bayport Army L Navy Surplus Store Avery's Beauty Shop, Bayport B 8- B Garage, Bayport 'Bayport Garage, Bayport 'Bayport Valley Inn, Bayport Beers, George, Lake Elma Ben Franklin Store 'Berg Drug Store, Bayport "'Bluft City Lumber Co. 'Bowen Cafe 'Brekke Furniture Store Brookmon Garage, Lake Elmo Brookside lnn,'Marine Bud's Standard Service Station Candy Shop, The 'Carlson 8- Olson Grocery 'Carlson Bros. Service Station Carlsonfs Grocery, Bayport 'Corlson's Taxi 'Casperson Kaiser Frazer Motors, Bayport 'Chorlsen, Monty Coast to Coast Stores 'Commander Elevator Co. """Connolly Shoe Co. Consolidated Lumber Co., Marine Culligan Soft Water Service Deno's Food Market Dick's Electric Shop, Bayport 'Ed's Linoleum Store 'Elias, Sam, Tailor, Cleaner 'Erickson Furniture Co. Erickson Post Co. "Ermisch, C.orI R., Photographic Studio Estelle's Hat Shop 'Ewing's "Farmers 8- Merchants State Ban-lr 'Farm Service Store 'Fazendin's "'First National Bank 'First State Bank, Bayport Frank's Radio Shop Frosty Foods Lockers 'Goaloas, Peder, Inc. Gombles Gorey Bros. Service as i S 5 it S10 'Gazette 'Glaser Greenhouse 'Glozer Service 'Gordon lron 81 Metal Co. Gorman, Wm., Lake Elmo 'Goss, Frank 8. Co. 'Grand Cafe "Greene Engraving Co. "Hooley South Hill Meat Market Hugberg's Service Station, Bayport Huss Bakery, Bayport "Inter-State Lumber Co. "Jando, Louis, Co. Johnson Tobacco Co. "Jones Funeral Home 'Kohl Flower Shop 'Kearney Food Market 'Kilty Fuel Ca. "Kolliner's lnc. Lake Elmo Grocery Lake Elmo Hatchery 8. Produce Co. Lake Elmo Motor Larson Truck Line Lindell Barber Shop, Marine 'Linner Electric Co. Lohmer Poster Advertising Co. 'Lowell lnn Luhman's 'Lyle's Grocery, Bayport ' "' ' 'Maple Island lnc. McCarthy, M. W., Co. 'McGarry, R. W. L Son Agency Meeds, Clayton Meyer, G. A. Mercantile Co., Lake Elmo "Minnesota Mercantile Co. 'Maelter, Wm. R, Bi Sons 'Montgomery Ward 8- Co. 'Nolan Jewelers "North Central Publishing Co. "Northern States Power Co. North Fourth Street Store "Oak Glenn Farm Dairy 'O'son Transfer Co. Pat's Grocery Peters Truck Express 'Peterson Motors 'Post-Messenger 'Prince-Joy Agency 'Purity Beverage Co. 'Radio Cob Co. Reed Cut Rate Drug "Ringer St. Croix Co. 'Roettger, Roofing Ca. Roy's Cafe, Bayport 'St. Croix Bus Co. 'St. Croix Drug Co. St. Croix Granite Works Sooa's Food Market 'Schilling Confectionery lt Bait Stare Schwantes, A. R. Co. "Security Sta'e Bank, Marine 'Seven Corners Grocery "Shorty Cleaners "Simonet Singer Sewing Center 'Smith Oil Co. Smitty's Barber Shop 'Snowhite Hamburger Shop Snow Land Foods 'Spreeman, E, W., Jeweler Springsteen Standard Service, Marine State Bank of Lake Elmo 'Stenlund's Grocery, Bayport 'Stillwater Auditorium Co. "'Stillwater Book 8. Stationery Co. 'Stillwater Drug Co. "Stillwater Hardware Co. 'Stillwater Insurance Agency "Stillwater Manufacturing Ca. 'Stillwater Motor Co. 'Stillwater Recreation 'Stillwater Taxi 'Stillwater Woodworking Co. Stron-d's Store, Marine Streitt Garage, Lake Elmo 'Swanee's Sandwich Shop "Thompson Hardware Co. Uptown, The, Lake Elmo 'Veterans of Foreign Wars Walquist's Garage, Marine Washington County Credit Bureau 'Washington County Federal Savings 8- Loan 'White Pine Inn 'WSHB Radio Station- 'Zollclon Grocery Zoller Printing Co. it knife pig S15 kiii S20 trkik S25 To our many professional friends listed below, who also generously contributed to our yearbook, our sin- cere thanks. Blodgett, K. L., Optometrisr Brodeen, R. G., Dentist Bunce, Walter E., Dentist Carlson 8- McCorten, Physician and Surgeon Collinge, W. C., Dentist Darrington, T. M., Dentist Farr, W. W., Chiropractor Font, P., Den-tist 8 Hochalter, F. J., Optometrist Josewski, R. J., Physician 8. Surgeon Kalinott, F. P., Dentist Lindbloom, P. Milton, Attorney Magnuson, H. 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