Storden High School - Tiger Yearbook (Storden, MN)
- Class of 1950
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Text from Pages 1 - 54 of the 1950 volume:
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This annual the third edxtxon of the Stordonxan IS dedicated to the Storden School S1nce
the organlzatxon of Dxstrxct 50 ln 1880 when the school was located on the lot where the Torrls
Bondhus house now stands xt has always offered many opportumtxes for a fme education Each
year a maJor1ty of the graduates have gone on to college and are fmdmg places for themselves
ln the world The present school was bullt ln 1021 Smce then the enrollment has been greatly
enlarged by the closing of many country schools ln the surrounding area
The school has been studying a reorgamzatlon plan for the past two years A consoh
datlon xote IS expected to come about late thls summer
In order to pros lde Home Economxcs and Industrial Arts plans are now underway toward
bulldmg a S40 O00 add1t1on to the north end of the present buxldmg It IS to be ready for use
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Class Wzll of 1950
We the Seniors of Storden I-hgh School ln the county of Cottonwood and xn the State
Mmnesota possessmg a sound mmd and body declare thzs to be our last wxll and test
As we leave this magmfieent work of art commonly known as Storden I-hgh School xt
comes to our mmd that we have certaxn assets whlch wlll benefit the underclassmen
Fxrst We the Seniors bequeath all of our experiences of varlous nature during school
to the juniors
Second We the Semors bexng the smartest class 1n school bequeath to the juniors our
mental abxhty so they may become as brxlhant as we are
I Waverly Arden Engeswlck do bequeath my horse sense to Norrls so that he may have
more sense than a horse
I Arla janet johnson w11l my flgure to Fern Wehmeyer ln the hopes that she may have
more boy frxends than I have had
1 Russell Harry Larsen do bequeath to Denms Olson my he1ght so that he wxll play a
sterlxng game at center for the basketball team
I Keith Orlando Olson do bequeath to Neal Swenson and Robert Gebhard my languld con
versatxons with a long lxst of gurls
I Myrtle Elleen Oleson do bequeath upon Arlene Larsen my ab1l1ty to go steady wlth two
different boys at the same tmme
I john Edward Donahue will my abllxty to stand up under a Robert Burns cxgar for half
an hour to B111 Kuehl
I La Moyne Darrel Madson do bequeath to jack Potter and Vernell jackels my quxck
passmg expert ball handlmg and good eye for the basket
I jean Burnette Hedman w11l my shapley fzgure to JoAnn Lohre m hopes she may snare
a man sometxme
I Robert Franklm Stahl j do bequeath to Dorayne Peterson my chm so that she w1ll
have eight of them
l Myrtle Exleen Oleson do bequeath upon Luczlle Swenson my legs so that she can add
them to her well rounded figure
I john Edward Donahue wlll to Algona Henkel my one hundred and mnety two pounds
she may welgh an even flve hundred at the begmnmg of football season
I Kemth Orlando Olson do bequeath to Neal Swenson my drlbblxng ab111ty so he wlll make
more of those layups
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I, Elwin DeVere Shaner will my long, wavy hair to Bob Beck and Neal Swenson as they need
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We the boys of the Semor Class w1ll to the jumors our basketball abxlnty so they may
wm the class tournaments next year
1 Russell Harry Larsen do bequeath to Norrxs Engebretson my good grades ln the hopes
he w11l raxse hxs average
Wxtnessed this 24th day of May nineteen hundred and flfty by
the WILD GOOSE
SHOE SHINE BOY
Class H :story
On a bright September day whrch matched the nntelllgence of thxs class m 1938 s1x
pupxls came to Mxss Gxlmore and sand We are the new flrst graders They were
Elwm La Moyne Norris Russy ElRoy Ida Marie and Harry After the seats had been
asslgned they sat and stared lCl1y at the lntelllgent teacher Havxng been ln school a few
weeks they became aware that Mass Gllmore was the law and order of the room Thls was
most vlvxdly engralned ln the minds of the boys especially Russ and Norrxs who frequently
made trxps to the teacher s desk to have thelr hands slapped wlth a ruler
In the second grade we added Milan Wxlson joyce Kramer and Russell Schnormexer
Norrme decxded to stay wxth the flrst grade another year as he figured we weren t good enough
for hmm Remember our orange crate library? Russy was S1Ck one day and stayed up for
recess Mrss Gllmore told h1m he could exercise h1s pamtmg talent and work on the lxbrary
equipment When recess was over we couldn t declde whxch Russy was better talented for
pamtmg hzmself or the lxbrary tables and chazrs Mlss Gxlmore cleaned hxm off with gasolme
and xt was some tlme before he pamted agam Harry Benjamm also left us during the year
At the start of the thxrd grade Milan Wnlson left us and went to Westbrook Thxs left
seven ln our lxttle class Thzs IS the year we had Mxss Rongstad as our teacher The most
memorable event of the year was the tlme E1Roy turned around and slapped joyce Kramer rn
face He said she was pokxng penclls ln h1s back? 'P 'U
At the begmnmg of the fourth grade Ida Marxe johnson left but Keith Olson came
our class remaxned the same in sxze Thxs was the year our tonette band stepped mto the
lurxellght w1th Russy as xts dxrector More fun Oh and remember those fights between
Keith and Norrxe'7 Wow At the end of this year joyce Kramer moved to Wxndom
In the flfth grade we got three new glrls and two new boys namely Fern Wehmeyer
Grace Hanson Mary Lou Bean Leo Thorsness and Merton Scharr Our l1tt1e group was now
increased to ten three gxrls and seven boys Our teacher thxs year was Mrss Noble About
the only xmportant happenxng was the scrap 1ron contest Our v mmng entxtled us to a valentxne
party sponsored by the sxxth grade
In the sixth grade we left Fern Wehmeyer behmd us but later lh january john Donahue
jomed us Durmg the year Russell Schnorme1er left us and went to Lamberton
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By the beglnnmg of the seventh grade Merton Scharr had also left us to go to Lamberton
but Bob Stahl jomed us he came from a country school Miss Rongstad was our teacher at
seems that fate had placed us ln the same room again as she had prevxously been our teacher
in the third and fourth grades Nothing of importance happened thls year except the flrst
Sadie Hawkins Party Remember that? Outstandmg rn our memornes because the class was
more stud1ous than usual
Durmg the elghth grade Mary Lou Bean Grace Hansen Bob Stahl and Leo Thorsness
left our httle group Durmg the middle of the year Myrtle Oleson and Barbara Earp jomed us
so there were now eight of us ready to start high school
When we started school the next fall we pxcked up three more students from country
schools namely jean Hedman Arla johnson and Waverly Engewwxck Thls brought the class
total to eleven which is consldered a very small class even for Storden but what we lacked
ln number we supplemented m mtelhgence
ln our Sophomore year our class made a definite showmg of zts athletzc abxhty as we
were runners up 1n the class tournaments At rmdterm Bob Stahl again joined our ever de
To start the jumor year we had lost two more members of our class Barbara Earp and
ElRoy Nerness We had had twelve but now there were only ten of us left We remained thus
year he left ul. and went to Westbrook to complete h1s Semor year This was the year of our
'play and the junlbr Senxor Banquet both under the dlrectxon of Mlss Estlll They were both
We are now a class of ten gettlng ready for our class play Tlsh dlrected by Mr
Parsons As usual we have borrowed some glrls from the other classes We are also pa
tiently awaiting Sklp Day and the fun it will bring Another thmg for which we are patlently
wanting IS graduatxon and the many social functxons whxch wxll rnark the end of the year and
the end of our years nn Storden High School
The Semors of 1950 have dxstmgulshed themselves we believe ln many ways members
of the class have played promment parts in athletics and other actlvxtxes of the school We
hope we have played our role as leaders successfully and we extend our smcere good wishes
for success to our successors the jumors
veryone of the Storden Seniors has had their ups and downs these past years so now that
the end o' our high school days have come we would llke to relate some of them
We ll begin wxth jean the brains of the Senxor Class jean has never paid too much
attention to men as she says you can t trust them any further than you can see them Although
she has gxven up her policy to certain boys such as E1Roy Nerness Allan Math1ason and Mervm
until the second semester of this year. when Lawerence Liepold joined us. At the end of the
Russy our tall basketball center has always believed an the Good Nexghbor Policy How
ever the junior Senior Banquet of 1949 and his trip to Redwood Falls with Lucille proved to be
quite mterestmg Lately his interests have been centered In the Freshman Class with none
other than joan Engelsen
Keith Olson s lovelife is probably the most eventful of all Wtndom has been the focusing
point with Sherry Gustafson one of his first interests His mterests have also shifted to
Westbrook and Lamberton and now back to Storden where Lucille is the main attraction
And then there is Bob Stahl We don t know too much about Bob s romances in his
Freshman and Sophomore years as he spent them in Westbrook But as for his junior and
Semor years his little hikes to Bunker Hill have proved to be quite interestmg Since the junior
Class play his interests have also shifted to Wxndom where the attractxon is none other than
Little Arla is the quxetest Semor and therefore hasn t revealed her lovelife That leaves
us to guessing that maybe she and Waverly have a silent romance After all they attended
country school together We will always remember Arla when she appeared in red underwear 1n
the Senior Class play
Currie and jeffers have seemed to occupy his time john wxll always be remembered for his
hearty laugh The fameless saying heard when a good joke is told to john is that the joke
registered because he always responds with a laugh
Myrtle Oleson is the most unpredictable of the Seniors Her interests have been scattered
from Lamberton Worthington Westbrook and Storden ln her Freshman year Cliffs trucking
business was the mam attraction Myrtle doesn t like window peekers but she says if they have
to look whe wished they would wait until after she had flxed her hair At least that s what
Myrtle relates in her story of what happened at the State Basketball Tournaments in 1949
Everyone is wondering what Waverly does during the nine months that Nancy is at her
home in Little Falls Horses are better than girls anyway aren t they Wave? ?
Elwm carries on his romances in wrxting with certain Hawaiian girl I guess he thinks
you can convey your thoughts just as well by correspondence He certainly believes in pzckmg
them far away anyway
Last but not least we have that boy with the athletic ability La Moyne Madson He is
known for his many trips to Comfrey with Donald Larsen and his acquaxntance with Mary Ann
Williams His interests this last year have centered on a certaxn cheerleader
Now that we have snooped and pryed into everyone s private affairs we are sure that
some people are thinking that some secrets sould not have been revealed But we want to get
serious for a moment to think of all the memories that Storden High School has provided to
make our high school days interesting and enjoyable for all of us I am sure we will all miss
the halls of Storden High next year and we hope you will miss us as well
john Donahue's lovelife has also been quite secret, although we believe that the girls in
One nice january afternoon I started off from my home In Des Moines Iowa an my new
Jet propelled plane I had declded I would vxsit some of my classmates from Storden I-hgh
School of 1950 Up to the present I had been teachmg school but thxs year I decided that I had
enough money put away so that I wouldn t have to teach
When I got to the home town of Storden I decxded I would look around and see if any of
the class was left there La Moyne was the first one I found La Moyne ns now a family man
there were so many kids I couldn t count them I figured that there were about ten or twelve
He IS now lxvmg an the old hall over Larsen s Hardware He had just taken over the job of
chxef of police that week
I found Russell also stxll faxthful to the old town I-Ie had trxed his luck in many occupa
txons but had not succeeded in them At present he owns and operates hzs grandfathers hard
ware He was busy taking mventory and was two weeks behmd so I decided I would continue
on my way
I slzpped and fell commg out of the store and wrenched my back and had to go to a
chiropractor A beautlful nurse took me to the Doctor s mam office of Robert Stahl I was
quite surprlsed to see that Bob was turnxng very gray he zs stall tryxng to catch Maman Ta sler
In has spare time he has a l1ttle plot of land on the edge of town where he has a garden and three
cows and a few pzgs He said lt was cheaper than buyxng the meat milk and vegetables
I stopped at Sanborn corners for my dinner and whll eating I overheard some people
tallung about Elame Anderson and that she was now married I decided I would go to her
house as long as I was so close I found her on top of the roof laymg shlngles in a pazr of
coveralls You see she and her husband were bulldlng thexr own home trymg to save a few
Drwmg back to the airport where I had left my Jet propelled plane I heard an awful noise
I pulled over to the slde of the road and who do you suppose xt was? None other than Mr
W1lson head of the Mxnnesota State Patrol Of all thlngs he claimed that I was speedmg After
all I was only gomg one hundred and sixty flve rrnles an hour ln the jet propelled cars Umted
States are xmportmg from England whxch they were workmg on in our h1gh school days Mr
Wxlson told me that he also owned bowlmg alleys all over Mznnesota and that he had the highest
bowlmg score ln the world of three hundred
From here I decxded that I would go to Mlssourl the you show me state and spend a few
days One afternoon whxle I was there I decided I would v1s1t thelr school When I came Into he
offxce of the supermtendent s office I nearly fell from shock when I Saw J0hl'l Donahue slttmg
behmd the desk Whlle I was talking to hlm who should come ln but Mxss Estlll who was the
prxnczpal I asked hmm how he got along wnth her and he sand just fxne and she xs the smartest
teacher he had ever had there
I went north and west from he re lnto Montana where I found Kexth spending hls lexsure txme
sleeping and he also had a llttle patch of land and a few plgs When questxonmg lum how he made
a lxvmg he sald why haven t you heard I owned a whole chaln of gas statxons throughout the United
States and had made a fortune so he had decided to retxre here where xt doesu t cost much to
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About ten miles from Keith was Waverly on his big ranch For hired help he had Mr
and Mrs Ray Lxndstrom and their seven chxldren I couldn t see that the children were much
help Ray s spare mxnutes had been spent wxth commercial art and he had recexved a fabulous
In Hollywood I found Mlss Beck She started in a partnershnp dress shop when she first
left Storden At present she is deslgmng costumes for Betty Grable
Once agann I got unto my Jet plane and started for Los Angeles where Mr Parsons xs
teachlng school In hxs spare tu-ne he ns designing women s shoes Livmg next door to hxm
Gerda Natterstad She has finally settled down in seclusion wnth her Pekmese, Nucky
I had always been told that the I-Iawuan Islands were a beautiful place so I crossed the
ocean I found Elwxn Shaner He had moved to I-Iawan an 1951 and married hls pen pal that
he was writing to nn high school
From here I went to the home of my ancestors Norway I found the secretary to King
Haakon to be llttle Arla She had heard there was a shortage of secretarzes there and had left
her job of acting on the stage 1n the Unxted States to help relieve the shortage
There is one place I had always wanted to go and I declded now was the tune and place
When I arrxved ln a lxttle village m Africa I found Elsxe Natterstad teachnng the plgmxes She
has succeeded teachmg them that hens lay only one egg a day She moved to Afrxca because she
As long as I was th1s far I decided to go around the world I landed in New York and
found our Engllsh teacher Miss Kraulxk teachmg piano to Arthur Rubenstein She has three
cars now so when somethmg happens to one l1ke runnxng mto guard raxls she would have
Managlng the New York Yankees we fmd Mr Lerohl and the water boy IS Robert Lerohl
Mrs Lerohl sand she doesn t see too much of Coach anymore She stays at home wxth their su:
glrls and does a lot of entertaining m thelr fourteen room house
Mxss Hovland IS marrled and has triplets and has advanced to cluef secretary of the New
York Llfe Insurance Company She has been tutormg two typmg students and ln her spare t1me
she paints pictures
There was now only one left and I found hun ln Malne Mr Roberts has traveled to many
places smce he left Storden and IS promoting the bulldxng of gyrnnasxum s and other addxtxons
for schools because he had done so well an Storden
When I arrxved m Pennsylvama I found out I had forgotten one and I don t see how I could
have ever done that In the Lehigh Valley I found jean not letting an embarrassment go by she
had started a new busmess manufacturing sky hooks and cement softner She seems to be
runnlng close competxtlon because she has her buddlng rxght next to a cement factory
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FIRST ROW jo Ann Lohre Fern Vl ehmeyer Stumpy jackels Nor rls Fngebretson Dennis Olson
Algona Henkel Lucy Swenson
eterson Robert Gebhard Bob Beck jack Potter Bill Kuehl Neal
SFCOND ROW Dorayne P
Swenson Arlene Larsen Mr Lerohl
FIRSI' ROW Beverly Donahue umor Madsen Betty Paulson L,aDe1le Olson Anna Ola-son
Fugene Wall Darlene Olson
SI-'COND ROW Roxann Stahl Fay Wehxneyer jim Schmxdt Ruth Madson Leroy Hanson Delores
Kuehl Miss Hovlnnd
Arlyce Shaner Stan Olson Evelyn Lohre Fat Thyness Pat Hedman Merlin Hanson
joan Engelesen Arlo Larsen Shirley Earp
La Von jensen Ardls Swenson Gerald Grapevme Ardelle Tjentland Jean Parker
Betsy Hanson Leon Mxsche Gladys Erickson Miss Kraulik
Rusty Oleson Harriet Egenes jack Lxljenquist Carol Emertson Robert Swenson
Alice Dather Roger Wehmeyer Elvera Donahue
Myrna Davidson Fred Henkel Marilyn French Don Anderson Margaret Kuehl
Charles Peterson Judith Larson Mr Wilson
Betty Grapevine Dean Fxshel Alfred Iverson Marilyn Roberts Floyd Pextz Mary
Ann Oleson Billy Echardt Roland Hanson Arliss Madson
L.eRoy Egenes Marilyn jackels Leo Schmitz Marcella Schmitz Genevieve Fuller
L.eRoy Lohre. Carlton Iverson. De Ann Natterstad. Wayne Bondhus, Carolyn
Berntson, jerry Thompson. Laura jane Davies, Merle Sykora, Laurel johnson. Dean
Larsen, Patty Egenes.
Karen Huso. jim Davidson, Marcella Carey. Duane Peterson, Carolyn Carey.
Darwin Cvempler. Orleen Roberts. Cornell Kuehl, janet Peterson. Wallace Hedman.
Ruby Wehmeyer. Norman Kuehl. Marlene Kuehl. Myron Swenson. june Olson.
Carol Tjentland. Petra Paul, Kathleen Sorenson. La Vonne Sabolik.
Barbara Wagner. Deloris Schmitz.
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Roger Herbst Mary Loulse Dather Frankie Egenes Chuck Schauer Bernard
Paul Helen Matzke Robert Hanson, Glorla Wolfe
Patsy Natterstad Lyle Nelson Karleen Spaldmg joAnn Benson Betsy Madson
jack Taylor La Vonne Pulcher
Mrs Lmdstrom Gordon Echner Brenda Wagner jlm Parker jamce Kuehl jay
Chrxstenson jean Schmxdt Orlando Grams Mary Lou Txbodeau
Nydeen Herbst jackxe Parker Marlys Rexnltz Marlene Sell janet Thompson
Larry Pederson Robert Meyer Davxd Nerhus joyce Solomonson Verne Carey
Davxd Nelson james Vxlla Prxsczlla Andreasen john Sorenson judxth Nelson
Sharon Parker Gerald Parker joAnn Matzke Alfred Anderson Kenneth Guddal
LaDonna Kuehl WIIIIS Roberts Patty Andreasen Dallas Larson
Lxnda Schauer Calvln Davxes joAnn Bigelow Derold Parker Paul Olson Curtis
Nelson Marjean Herbst Trent Schmotzer Carolyn Wolfe Stuart Potter Mxss
Patty Herthel Bert Crist jeanette Natterstad judy Pulcher Ralph Vtfehmeyer
Bllly Andreasen Lowell Tjentland john Grapevxne Ronald Tlbodeau Gordon
Schmxdt Ronnle Christensen Kathleen Valen
Stanley johnson Lyle Swenson Gordon Thompson Chuck Madson Kenneth Huso
Kenneth Baron Dale Nelson Doyle Wolfe Dale Iverson Miss Beck
Melvm Schmltz Twxla Sell Catherme Guddal
FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADES
Dennxs Parker Loren Hedman Rochelle Natterstad Ralph Herbst Carol Meyer
Larry Schauer Kathy Bernstson Roger Schmldt Stephen Hedman Ronald Baron
Larry Grapevme Derold Kuehl Phyllls Gempler Vmcent Potter Leland
Bondhus jlmmy Natterstad Duane Sell Kexth Madson
LaDonna W olfe Arlo Sell jean Chrxstenson Ernest Iverson jamce Shaner P ul
Stem jerry Grams Conme Exnertson Lewxs Larson LeAnn jackels Mlss
Norman Paul Vxvlan Paul Lems Nelson joyce Rlenxtz Charlotte Fuller LeRoy
Schmidt Donna jackels
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FRONT ROW Arlo larsen juntor Madson Leroy Hansen Gerald Grapevine jim Schmidt Norris
Engebretson Fat Thyness Merlm Hansen Stan Olson and Eugene Wolf
BACK ROW Coach Lerohl Bob Stahl Waverly Fngeswxck jack Potter Russy Larsen Bob Beck
La Moyne Madson Neal Swenson and Vernell jackels
FIRST ROW Arlo Larsen junxor Madson Stan Olson Gerald Grapevxne Merlin Hansen Eugene
Wolf and Manager Rodger Wehmeyer
SECOND ROW Norrls Engebretson Bob Stahl jack Potter Russy Larsen Bob Beck La Moyne
Madson and Coach Lerohl
THIRD ROW Merhn Thyness Leroy Hansen Kexth Olson Robert Gebhard Waverly Fngeswxck
Neal Swenson Vernell jackels and jxm Schmldt
The football team had a very successful season thls year wxnnmg seven whxle losxng one
This lone loss was to Westbrook who won the conference champlonshxp wlth a seven to rero
Two players were named on the all conference team They were La Moyne Mad on at
halfback and jack Potter at end Norrxs Engebretson won honorable mentlon
The squad outscored themr opponents three hundred and nme to one hundred and fxftu
three and had a very devastatlng scoring punch as they averaged 38 6 points a game to themr
opponents 19 1 polnts a game
The Txgers also
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wound up a very successful basketball season wxnnmg fourteen whzle
edged out by VN estbrook ID the seasons play and had to play ln the Sub
they won At the D1str1ct they gamed a fourth place ratmg
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In the class Tourney the oenxors won
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Heron Lake 58 ------ 39 Wkmtbrook 31 ------ 34
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La Moy ne Madson
Storden scored elght hundred and sexenty elght points nn basketball for a 43 0 point axer
age a game Thelr opponents with sexen hundred and twenty sexen po1nts axeraged 36 35 points
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F.G. F. F.T. . . .. T.P.
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76 52 37 27 18,
64 51 56 53 184
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25 25 18 24 68
Vernie jackels 11 21 7 12 29
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Junzor Football Team
FRONT ROW Keith Madson Fred Henkel Lee Bonhus Don Anderson Rusty Uleson jlmmy
Natterstad and Roger Wehmeyer
BACK ROW Arlo Larsen Fat Thyness Merlm Hansen Gerald Grapevine Sian Olson Darwm
Gxmpler Alfred Iverson and Coach Lerohl
Junior Basketball Team
FIRST ROW' Wayne Bondhus. Keith Madson, jerry Thompson. Lee Bondhus, Kornell Kuehl,
jimmy Natterstad, Carleton Iverson, and LaVern jackels.
SECOND ROW: Coach Lerohl. Leon Mische. Fat Thyness, Stan Olson. Floyd Pietz. Gerald
Grapevine. Merlin Hansen, and Manager Roger Wehmeyer
THIRD ROW: Wallace Hedman. Don Anderson. Chuck Peterson. Arlo Larsen. Darwin Gimpler.
Alfred Iverson, Billy Elckhardt, Fred Henkel. and Elmer Oleson.
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FIRST ROW LaDelle Olson Ellwm Shaner joAnn Lohre Bob Stahl Lucille Swenson jean
Hedman Russy Larsen Myrtle Oleson Keith Olson and Arla johnson
SECOND ROW Miss Hovland Shlrley Earp Patrlcla Hedman Gladys Erickson Evelyn Ldhre
Delores Kuehl jean Parker Ardls Swenson Ruth Madson Betsy Hanson Roxann
Stahl and Arlyce Shaner
THIRD ROW Beverly Donahue Anxta Oleson joan Fngelsen LaVonne jensen junior Madsen
Arlene Larsen Leroy Hansen jlm Schmidt Fay Wehmeyer Fugene Wolf Algona
Henkel Betty Paulson and Darlene Olson
FRONT ROW Myrtle Oleson L41 Moyne Madsen Lucille Swenson Russy Larsen joAnn Lohre
Bob Stahl and jean Hedrnan
BACK ROW Darlene Olson Algona Henkel Fay Wehmeyer Elwm Shiner Kellh Olson ROXBYUI
Stahl LaVonne jensen and Mxss Hovland
Grrls Glee Club
FRONT ROW Betty Paulson LaVonne jensen Fay Wehmeyer Ardls Swenson jean Parker jean
Hedman Myrtle Oleson LaDe1le Olson Patricia Hedrnan and Miss Kraullk
SFCOND ROW Darlene Olson Arlyce Shaner Gladys Erickson Delores Kuehl Ruth Madson Arla
johnson jo n Engelesen Beverly Donahue and Shxrley Earp
Boys Glee Club
FRONT ROW Stan Olson Gerald Grapevine Elwm Shaner B111 Kuehl Bob Stahl Leon Mlsche
Merlm Hansen Fat Thyness and Miss Krauhk
BACK ROW Vernell jackels john Donahue La Moyne Madson Norrxs Engebretson Bob Beck
Leroy Hansen jxm Schmidt junlor Madson and Arlo Larsen
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Lucille Swenson joAnn Lohre Ardls Swenson I aVonne jensen Arlene Larsen
jean Parker jean Hedman Myrtle Oleson Anita Oleson Algona Henkel La Delle
Olson and Darlene Olson
Mlss Kraullk Arlyce Shaner Fxelyn Lohre Gladys Frxckson Betty Paulson Fay
Vlehmeyer Roxann Stahl Delores Kuehl Dorayne Peterson Betsy Hanson Ruth
Madson joan Engelsen Arla johnson Beverly Donahue Vatrxcla Hedman and
junior Madson Vernell ackels jxm Schmxdt Norrls Fngebretson john Donahue
Leroy Hansen La Moyne Madson Elwm Shaner Bob Beck B111 Kuehl Bob Stahl
Gerald Grapeune Stan Olson Merlin Hansen Fat Thyness Leon Mxsche and
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