Storden High School - Tiger Yearbook (Storden, MN)
- Class of 1953
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Text from Pages 1 - 36 of the 1953 volume:
We the SCHIOTS of 1953 dedmate
th1s the sxxth ed1t1on ofthe Stordon
lan to our parents IH appreC1at1or1
for the educahonal opportunltles
homes and love whmh they have gw
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Junior and Senior High
SEATED Mrs Donald Phlllrps MUSIC Enghsh Mrs Robert Grundsted Home Economxcs O A Roberts Sup
ermtendent Algebra Geometry Mrss Amy Johnson Enghsh Scrence Mrss Veda Wrllrams Commercral
STANDING Leon Schrmbeno Jr High Teacher Assrstant Coach Phys Ed Donald Ph1111ps Jr Hrgh Teacher
Robert Grundsted Drrver sTra1n1ng Industrral Arts Harold Lerohl Scrence Coach Alf Larson Soc1a1Sc1ence
Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4g Mixed Chorus
2,3,4g School Paper 2,3,4g School An-
nual 4g Class Officer 3,4g Ensemble
Member 4g Play Cast3g Band 3g Home-
coming Attendant 3.
Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Mixed Cho-
rus 1,2,3,4g School Paper 1,2,3,4g
School Annual 3,4g Class Officer 2,4g
Ensemble Member 3,4g Play Cast 3,4g
Perfect Attendance 3g Cheerleader 1,
3g Band 3g Homecoming Attendant
"Today we launch,
Where shall we ancho
Purple and Gold
Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3g Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3,4g School Paper
1,2,3,4g School Annual 4g Play
Cast 3,45 Class Officer 4g
Homecoming Attendant 4.
Girls' Glee Club 1,2,4g Mixed
Chorus 1,2,4g School Paper 1,3,
4g School Annual 44 Ensemble
Member 4g Fastest Typist 2g
Play Cast 3,4.
Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,
2,3,45 Baseball 2,35 Boys' Glee
Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 1,2,35
45 School Paper 2,45 School
Annua145 Class Officer 15 Play
Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Mix-
ed Chorus 1,2,3,45 SchoolPaper
Class Officer l,3,45 Ensemble
Member 3,45 Soloist 2,3,45 De-
clamation 2,3,45 Cheerleader
3,45 Band 3,45 Majorette 1.
Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Mixed Cho-
rus 1,2,3,45 School Paper 1,2,3,45
School Annual 3,45 Class Officer 2,
45 Ensemble Member 45 Typing Ac-
curacy 2g Play Cast 3,45 Honor Roll
25 Homecoming Queen 4.
Girls'Glee Club 2,3,45 MixedChorus
1,2,3,45 School Paper l,2,45 School
Annual 45 Class Officer 35 Student
Play Director 3.
Girls' Glee Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus
1,2,45 School Paper 1,2,3,45 School
Annual 2,3,45 Class Officer lg Play
Basketball lg Boys' Glee Club lg Mix-
ed Chorus 1,3,4g School Annual 2,45
Class Officer lg Play Cast 4g Ensem-
ble Member 4.
Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,4g
Baseball 3g Boys' Glee Club lg Mix-
ed Chorus 1,45 School Paper 2g School
Annual 2,4g Play Cast 3,4g Projector
Operator 1,2,3g Ensemble Member 4.
Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4g Mixed Chorus
l,2,3g4g School Paper l,2,3,4g School
Annual 3,4g Class Officer 24 Ensem-
ble Member 3,4g Soloist 1,2,3,4g
Ticket Handler 2g Play Cast 3g Dec-
lamation 1,2,3,4g Perfect Attendance
1,3g Cheerleader l,3,4g Honor Roll
1,2,3p Band 4g Majorette l,2,8,4g
Piano Accompanist 3,43 Student Li-
Football 1,25 Basketball l,2g
Baseball 2,3g Boys'Glee Club
lg Mixed Chorus 3,4g School
Paper 35 School Annual 2,3,4g
Class Officer 2g Ensemble
Member 3,4g Play Cast 3,4g
Projector Operator l,2,3.
Girls' Glee Club 1,2g Mix-
ed Chorus 1,2,3,4g School Pa-
per 1,2,3,4g School Annual 4g
Play 3,4g Honor Roll 25 Band
3,43 Class Officer 3.
Mm 1953 Senlor Class Hlstor Pam'
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On a gloomy, dull September mornrng twenty one students greeted our teacher
Mtss Sturgess wrth a mtxture of half afratd and half anxtous looks They were as
follows Floyd Ptetz, Arlyce Shaner Shuley Earp Betsy Hanson Leona Polk Joan
Engelsen LaVonne Jensen borean Shaar Jean Parker Wrllard Thompson Jack Od
dtng Carlyle Hanson Arol Larson Gerald Grapevrne Roger Smestad Merlyon Thy
nes,Walter Johnson, Roland Hanson Drxte Colemeyer Corrrne Schnormtet and Gor
don Flatabo Floyd, Wrllard Gerald and Walter were left overs from the year be
In the second grade the teacher was the same but a few of the students left us
they were Drxre Corrrne and Gordon Remember Snow Whrte and the Seven
Dwarfs? That was our Chrtstmas operetta that year Roland decxded he ltked the
second grade so he stayed there for another year
Our class kept gettrng smaller every year Walter Lorean Leona and Jack all
left somettme that year and Carlyle stayed behrnd Mrs Rexneer was our teacher
A book worm Jorned our class thts year none other than Merlxn Hansen Cherall
Musland came thts year also
A storm lut our class when we were rn the fourth grade Her name was loA
Rersrng Mlss Krerdaman had rule over us thrs year Cherall left us
Cherall dectded we couldn t get along wrthout her so she rejorned us in the frfth
grade Mrss Anderson had charge over our lxttle tube Remember those trted and
true rectpe books? Wonder rf anyone ever used them?
Our class rematned the same tn the stxth wtth the same teacher Thrs was the
year Jean had her plg talls whacked off'
Myron Jensen Stanley Olson Myrna Donahue, and Ardella T Jentland helped our
class grow a btt Remember V E R and L P M ? Our frrst school carnxval was thrs
year The womanless weddrng was qulte successful
In the erghth grade we garned LeRoy Egenes who was there the year before Ar
drs Swenson and Patrtcta Hedman also Jorned our class Myrna left us Mrss Rong
stad was our supervrsor agatn thrs year
Our freshman year started wttha bang for mrtiatton was thts year' Evelyn Lohre
Gladys Errckson, and Leon Mrschke Jotned our clan Gordon Fuller Jorned us toward
the end of the year
Arxds dectded she drdn t ltke school so she left rn our sophomore year Myrna
Jorned us agarn Drtvers tratntng was started th1s year and belreve tt or not there
was stxll a car left'
Our busy year was our Juntor year Gwen Lrke and Curtrs Foss came but Gwen
left tn December Thts year we gave The Nutt Famrly as our class play In Jan
uary we were grteved by the passtng away ofour classmate Arlyce Shaner Our
Jr Sr Banquet wrth the theme Moonlrght and Roses was a great success
Fourteen students remarn rn our Senror class Curt hked Wlndom better so he
left to attend school there Arlo dectded he dldn t hke school so he qutt We are
now looktng forward to musxc festrval class play skip day class nrght banquet
baccalaureate prcntc and last but not least, Commencement
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Prophecy of 1963 '
I am Madam Patrrce I fortell the future As I gaze rnto my cry
stal I see a mrst Ah the mrst lrfts The scene rs strange It rs 1963
ten years from now
What rs thrs? Why rt s Shrrley Earp She always drd love school
and so she has become Superrntendent of Schools
Nowlsee a lot of chrldren Who rs thrs they are callrng mama? Why
rt s Gladys Errckson lt looks as rf she agreed once to often
It looks as rf Joan Engelsen has rnherrted her father s mechanrcal
abrlrty and so has created a new vehrcle the Jrmmymobrle
The scene changes I am now rn Madrson Square Garden why rs
everyone cheerrng? Oh look there s Mr Phrllrps our old play drrec
tor coachrng hrs wrfe Mrs Phrllrps who rs now a famous lady wrestler
Now I m rn New York crty outsrde a doctor s offrce The srgn says
Dr E G Lohre Plastrc Surgeon She always wanted a new nose her
self and so she has gone rnto the busrness
My crystal blurrs Now rt clears I seem to be rn Hawarr On the
beach there are dancrng grrls Among them 15 LaVonne Jensen who rs now
a professronal dancer
The crystal 1S turnrng green why there rs Stanley Olson busrly at work
wrth hrs newly rnvented money makrng machrne He decrded he was gorng
to get money one way or another
It looks lrke Ardelle T1entland rs strll rn the krtchen workrng busrly on
her 4 H cannrng project
Mr Schrmbeno rs now the manager of the world famous team Shorty s
Sharpshooters Who do you thrnk he has for a cheerleader? None other
than O A Roberts a loyal supporter of the team
It seems Betsy rs workrng as a hrgh pressure saleswoman for Chevrolet
and rn her spare trme takes trme out to do the Charleston
Leon Mrschke rs hrs same lazy self l-le tests mattresses durrng the day
and teaches Englrsh at a nrght school
Mrss Johnson rs one of hrs most able students who rs wrrtrng a novel en
trtled Get That
I see Alf Larson standrng on the coast of Norway sellrng Bullheads as
What rs thrs? It s a shop rn Parts Mrss Wrllrams has a dress shop for
Veda Orrgrnals Myrna Donahue rs her model
Why look at Merlrn Hanson He s rn Arabra surrounded by a whole har
em of beautrful women Lucky boy
The scene IS changrng I see Albert Ernstern and Harold Lerohl They
are workrng together on a great atomrc project Atomrc Frre Crackers' I'
Merlyon Thynes rs a wealthy proprretor of the Greenhrll Shrrt Shop fea
turrng flashy shrrts and hand tooled boots
Jean Parker rs workrng as a trapeze artrst for a crrcus She rs featured
as Jean the Aerral Queen
l see Mr and Mrs Grundsted on a lrttle chrcken farm rn Wrsconsrn
They lead a very happy lrfe there wrth Mrs Grundsted feedrng the chrckens
and Mr Grundsted takrng care of the household dutres
Maybe you d lrke to know why l became a fortune teller? Well back
rn hrgh school I knew so much about hrstory I decrded l wanted to know
somethrng about the future too
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SCHIOI Class Wlll
We the Senrors of Storden Hrgh School of 1903 belng of sound mrnd and body
do declare th1s to be our last wxll and testrmony
Flrst We bequeath to the Jumors our abrllty to behave 1n class rf they solemn
ly promrse to have as much fun as we have had
Second We bequeath to the teachers all the notes we passed durlng classes rn
hopes that they may enjoy readlng them as much as we enjoyed wrrtrng them
Thrrd We bequeath last of all to the Junlors our honorable name Senlors
hoplng they may become as drgnrfled as we
I Myrna Gertrude Donahue M1111 my talktng abllrty for getung rnto trouble to
Carol Ernertson I also w1ll my hetght to Elmer Oleson
I Sh1rley Florence Earp vull my abtlrty to go steady to Harrret Egenes rn order
to keep rt rn the famrly and my deep love of uearrng slacks to school to Martlyn
I Joan Ellzabeth Engelsen w1ll my Jrmmres to Judy Larson so she ll have more
I Gladys Jeanette Errckson wrll my agreeableness to Xlrlfred Eckhardt and my
ab1l1ty to do chemrstry to Charles Peterson
I Patrtcra Lee Hedman w1ll my blushes to Mary Ann Oleson and my abrllty to
go steady to Betty Grapevtne
I Merlrn Duane Hansen w1ll my abtlrty to go Wllh many grrls to Gred Henkel
and my scholastlc ab1l1ty to Roger Wehmeyer
I Betsy Karen Hanson w1ll my abllrty to do the Charleston to Elvera Donahue
I also W ll my freckles to Allce Dather
I LaVonne Edna Jensen w1ll my ab1l1ty to go wlth a drfferent boy every mght
to Marilyn Jackels I w1ll my qutetness to Robert Swenson
I Evelyn Geraldlne Lohre wrll my deep volce to Jack Lrljenqurst so he w1ll re
cetve an A on hrs solo next year I w1ll my slender frgure to Floyd Pletz
I Leon Emll Mrschke w1ll my good grades to Margaret Kuehl and my athletlc
ab1l1ty to Donald Anderson
I Stanley Engvold Olson WVIH my abrlrty to be out every mght to Roland Hanson
I Jean Marlene Parker w1ll my ab1l1ty to get along wxth the teachers to Dean
Frshel and my majorette abrlrty to Arhss Madson
I Merlyon Elgene Thynes w1ll my abrllty to make my class rrng smaller to
I Ardella Joan Tjentland w1ll my studtousness to Myrna Davtdson and my Frrst
Charr Clarrnet to Mar11yn Roberts so she may get out of the back row
Wttnessed thrs Twenty frrst day of March 1n the year of Nlneteen hundred and
frfty three by
Ltttle Bo Peep
Lrttle Boy Blue
Lrttle Mlss Muffet
Lrttle Red Rrdlng Hood
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FIRST ROW Marllyn French Mary Ann Oleson Marllyn Roberts Floyd PISIZ B1ll Eckhardt
Dean Ftshel Roland Hanson Robert Swenson SECOND ROW Mrs Grundsted Judy Larson
Arlxss Madson Gerald Grapevxne Donald Anderson Charles Peterson Margaret Kuehl Betty
Grapevme Marllyn Iackels Mrs Phlllxps THIRD ROW Elvera Donahue Myrna Davtdson
Alrce Dather Elmer Oleson Fred Henkel Jack Ltljenqutst Roger Wehmeyer Harrtet Egenes
The Junlor Class presented Every Thlng Happens To
Us on November 19th and 20th of 1952 Mr and
Mrs Phtllrps were the dtrectors lt was a comtc play
conststmg of three acts Wllh twelve characters The
play centered around the oldest Ross son Rhett who
was to marry a mxlltonalre s daughter so the fam1ly
declded to remodel the house They h1red a matd
who tn the end turned out to be the g1rl Rhett lS to
FIRST ROW: Jerry Thompson, Myron Swenson, Wallace Hedman, Duane Peterson,
Kornell Kuehl, Jim Davidson,
SECOND ROW, Mr. Lerohl, Petra Paul, Helen Peterson, Carolyn Carey, LaVonne
Sabolik, Arlene Donahue, Norman Kuehl.
THIRD ROW, Marlene Gentry, DeAnn Natterstad, Wayne Bondhus, LeRoy Lohre, La-
verne Jackels, Carolyn Berntson, Delores Schmitz.
FIRST ROW: Laura Jane Davies, Barbara Wagner, Patty Egenes, Jeannine Meyer, Ruby
Wehmeyer, Orleen Roberts, Sandra Larson, Rachel Schauer.
SECOND ROW: Karen Huso, Marcella Carey, Carlo Tjentland, Kathleen Sorenson, Mar-
lene Kuehl, Janet Peterson, Miss Johnson.
THIRD ROW: Laurel Johnson, Parnell Donahue, Wayne Mischke, Duiane Mischke, Dean
FIRST ROW: Mark Foss, Keith Madson, Connie Einertson, Joyce Reinitz, Janice
Shaner, Paul Steen, James Tighe. SECOND ROW: Vivian Paul, Jean Christenson,
Leland Bondhus, Vincent Potter, Darrel Kuehl, Mr. Phillips. THIRD ROW: LeAnne
Jackels, Arlo Sell, James Natterstad, DeWaine Sell, Carol Meyer, LaDonna Wolfe.
FIRST ROW: Stephen Hedman, Kathy Berntson, Rochelle Natterstad, Mary Knudson,
Donna Jackels, John Springer. SECOND ROW: Leonard Donahue, Ralph Herbst, Larry
Schauer, Larry Grapevine, Norman Paul, Gerald Grams, Mr. Schimbeno. THIRD ROW:
LeRoy Schmitz, Ronald Barron, Roger Schmidt, Lewis Larson, Dennis Parker, Harold
Vaupel, Maynard Solomonson.
FIRST ROW: Gordon Thompson, Carol Johnson, Bert Crist, Stanley Johnson, Judy
Pulcher, Stanley Egenes, Ralph Wehmeyer. SECOND ROW: Melvin Schmitz, Jean-
ette Natterstad, Ronald Tibodeau, Phyllis Kuehl, Dale Nelson, Gordon Schmidt,
Kathleen Valen. THIRD ROW: John Grapevine, Charles Madson, Kenneth Huso,
Ronald Christensen, Twila Sell, Lowell Tjentland. FOURTH ROW: Tebecca Sun-
dahl, Kenneth Barron, Darrel Johnson, Joyce Springer, Jack Tibodeau, STANDING:
Lyle Swenson, Miss Kremin.
FIRST ROW: Jeanette Pohl, Patricia Tighe, LaDonna Kuehl. SECOND ROW: Derald
Parker, Sharon Parker, Linda Schauer, Verne Carey, Donna Olson, Gilbert Foss. THIRD
ROW: Willis Roberts, Judy Nelson,Calvin Davies, Dallas Larson, Robert Meyer. FOURTH
ROW: Gerald Parker, Marlyne Knudson, Curtis Nelson, John Sorenson, Joann Dickey.
FIFTH ROW: JoyceSolomonson,PaulOlson, Stuart Potter. SIXTH ROW: Donald Schmitz,
Marjean Herbst, Larry Pederson, Trent Schmotzer. STANDING: Carolyn Wolfe, Miss
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FIRST ROW: Marlys Reinitz, Marlene Sell, Ronald Springer, Brenda Wagner, David
Jasperson, Patricia Natterstad, Bernard Paul. SECOND ROW: Delbert Phippips,Gor-
don Eichner, Mary Louise Dather, Betsy Madson, Mary, Lou Tibodeau, Janet Thomp-
son, Janice Kuehl. THIRD ROW: Lylc Melson, Joan Matzke, Jimmy Parker, Dor-
othy Cornelison, Nydeenl-lerbst, Jean Schmidt, Jack Taylor. FOURTH ROW: Rober
Herbst, Jackie Parker, Franklin Egenes, Robert Hanson, Orlando Grams, Charles
Schauer. STANDING: Miss Snare. ABSENTg Jay Christenson, LaVonne Pulcher.
FIRST ROW: Helen Matzke, Gary Einertson, Janet Parker, Marvin Meyers, Lillian
Schmitz, Dennis Johnson. SECOND ROW: Leland Dather, Audrey Eichner, Sharron
Lehnhoff, Kathryn Solomonson, Evon Anderson, Carolyn Swenson, Thomas Tighe, Bar-
bara Natterstad, Jesse Leopold. THIRD ROW: Carol Crist, Carol Nelson, Gary Olson,
Lavonne Carey, Cheryl Iverson, Carolyn Malde. FOURTH ROW: Carolyn Oanes, Jean
Johnson,Mary Beth Eckhardt. TEACHER Miss G. Natterstad. ABSENT: Billy Peterson.
FIRST ROW: Larry Bondhus, Richard Meyer, Andrew Olson, Charles Davies, James
Sorenson, Marilyn Barrons. SECOND ROW: Sidnew Paul, Marjorie Natterstad, Mark
Malde, Doris Leopold, Keith Sykora, Shirley Nelson. THIRD ROW: Wendell Plucker,
Mary Malde, Leo Donahue, Linda Larson, Ronald Jackels, Verginia Berntson, Howard
Olson. FOURTH ROW: Gary Natterstad, David Egenes, Dale Wehmeyer, Harvey
Herbst, Ronald Peterson, Dean Shaner. TEACHER: Miss E. Natterstad.
FIRST ROW: Stanley Anderson, Minerva Derickson, Robert Hanson, Nancy Herbst, JoAnn
Jasperson, Wandalee Herbst. SECOND ROW: Dana Brouhard, Charles Tayler, Gary
Nelson, Sandra Holck, Cheryl Egenes, Karen Larson, Dennis Schmidt, John Natterstad.
THIRD ROW: Diane Peterson, Beverly Schmidt, Sheila Sundahl, Nancy Giese, Myrna
Kuehl Diane Hedman, Curtis Jackels, Gary Solomonson. FOURTH ROW: Paulette
Sackett, John Boyd, Edith Dather, Clara Belle Cornelison, Jerome Rupp, Geral Boaz,
Dale Reinit - Barbara Peterson, Kathleen Parker. TEACHER: Mrs. Benson.
FIRST ROW: Evelyn Lohre, Shirley Earp, Judy Larson-Ass't. Ed., Jean Parker-Ed.,
Patsy Hedman, LaVonne Jensen, Gladys Erickson. SECOND ROW: Miss Williams-
Advisor, Betsy Hanson, Ardelle Tjentland, Floyd Pietz, Merlin Hansen, Leon Mischke,
MerlyonThynes, Stanley Olson, Myrna Donahue, Joan Engleson. THIRD ROW: Alice
Dather, Betty Grapevine, Roger Wehmeyer, Jack Liljenquist, Mary Ann Oleson,
Marilyn Roberts, Margaret Kuehl, Arliss Madson, Elmer Oleson, Myrna Davidson,
FIRST ROW: Sandra Larson, Carol Einertson, Mary Ann Oleson, LaVonne Jensen, Evelyn
Lohre, Joan Engelsen-Ed., Arliss Madson-Ass't. Ed., Marilyn French, Myrna Davidson,
Judy Larson,Jean Parker. SECOND ROW: MissWil1iams-Advisor, Marcella Carey, Myrna
Donahue, Ardelle Tjentland, Betsy Hanson, Merlin Hansen, Floyd Pietz, Patsy Hedman,
Gladys Erickson, Marilyn Jackels, Shirley Earp. THIRD ROW: Elvera D0nahue,Alice
Dather, Betty Grapevine, Roger Wehmeyer, Jack Liljenquist, Marilyn Roberts, Margaret
Kuehl, Elmer Olson, Arlene Donahue, Harriet Egenes, Rachel Schauer.
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Joan Engelsen, Judy Larson, Myrna Davidson, Carolyn Carey, Mary Ann Oleson, La Vonne Jen
FIRST ROW: Myrna Davidson, Betty Grapevine, Gladys Erickson, Judy Larson,
LaVon Jensen, Rachel Schauer, Arliss Madson, Janet Peterson, Margaret Kuehl,
Mary Ann Oleson, Bill Eckhardt, Merlin Hanson, Dean Fishel, Myron Swenson,
Wayne Bondhus, Lavern Jackles, Marilyn Roberts, Carolyn Carey, Petra Paul,
Joan Englesen, Myrna Donhue, Alice Dather. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Philips, Mar-
cella Carey, Helen Peterson, Marilyn Jackles, Arlene Donhue, Lavon Sabolik,
Marlene Gentry, De Ann Natterstad, Floyd Pietz, Merlyon Thynes, Leon Misch-
ke, Stanley Olson, Jim Davidson, Leroy Lohre, Jack Liljenquist, Norman Kuehl,
Betsy Hanson, Ardelle Tjentland, Patsy Hedman, Evelyn Lohre, Shirley Earp.
THIRD ROW: Jean Parker, Carol Tjentland, Orleen Roberts, Sandra Larson,
Jeannie Meyer, Laura Jane Davis, Ruby Wehmeyer, Karen Huso, Kathleen Sor-
neson, Marlene Kuehl, Patty Egenes, Barbara Wagner, Elvera Donhue, Marilyn
French, Carol Einertson, Harriet Egenes, Carolyn Bernston.
FIRST ROW: Carolyn Berntson, Gladys Erickson, Marlene Gentry, Deanne Natterstad
Patsy Hedman, Joan Engelsen, Alice Dather. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Phillips, Myrna
Judy Larsen, Lavon Jensen, Jean Parker. THIRD ROW: Arlene Donahue, Lavon Sabo
lick, Margaret Kuhel, Mary Ann Oleson, Marilyn Roberts, Betsy Hanson, Mvrna Dona
hue , Marilyn Jackles.
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Davidson Betty Grapevine, Arliss Madson,Helen Peterson, Carolyn Carey, Petra Paul,
FIRST ROW: Karen Huso, Marilyn Roberts,Orleen Roberts, Sandra Larson, Kath-
leen Sorenson, Mark Foss, Marcella Carey, Leland Bondhus. SECOND ROW:
Ardelle Tjentland, Janice Shaner, Lewis Larsen, Carolyn Carey, Carol Tjent-
land, Arlene Donahue, Carol Einertson, Jimmy Tighe, Arliss Madson, Helen
Peterson, Joyce Reinitz. THIRD IEW: Jean Parker, Connie Einertson, LaVonne
Jensen, Janet Peterson, Darrel Johnson, Billy Eckhardt, Rachel Schauer, Judy
Larson, Wayne Bondhus, Dean Fishel, Parnell Donahue, Mrs. Phillips.
Marilyn French,Orleen Roberts, Mary Ann Oleson,Jean Parker, Marilyn Roberts, Kar-
en Huso, Arliss Madson.
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FIRST ROW: Jean Parker, Mr. Grundsted, Marilyn Roberts, Charles Peterson, Petra Paul, Floyd
Pietz. SECOND ROW: Duane Peterson, Norman Kuehl, Lavonne Sabolik, Marlene Gentry, Mar
garet Kuehl, Elmer Oleson, Mary Ann Oleson, Jim Davidson, Merlin Hansen.
Office Girl The Cooks Janitor
Mrs. Thompson Harvey
Nora and Alma
FIRST ROW: Wallace Hedman, Dean Fischel, Gearld Grapevine, Merlyon Thynes, Merlin Han
son, Charles Peterson. SECOND ROW: Gerry Thompson, Myron Swenson, Norman Kuehl La
Verne Iackels, Donald Anderson, Floyd Pietz, Kornell Kuehl. THIRD ROW: Gordon Thompson
Coach Lerohl, john Grapevine.
FIRST ROW: Lu Verne Jackels, Merlin Hanson, Donald Anderson, Charles Peterson. Gerald
Grapevine. SECOND ROW: Coach Lerohl, Wayne Bondhus, Merlyon Thynes, Wilfred Eck-
hardy, Flody Pietz, Jerry Thompson. THIRD ROW: Norman Kuehl, Myron Swenson, Wallace
Hedman, Kornell Kuehl, Le Roy Lohre.
Date Opponent We They
Nov. 28 Okabena 33 - 40
Dec. 2 Sanborn 41 - 51
Dec. 5 Butterfield 43 - 72
Dec. 9 Jeffers 49 - 56
Dec. 16 Lakefield 37 - 35
Dec. 19 Lamberton 45 - '73
Jan. 6 Walnut Grove 47 - 59
Jan. 9 Westbrook 47 - 60
Ian. 16 Okabena 42 - 51
Jan. 23 Comfrey 42 - 50
Jan. 27 Fulda 42 - 60
Jan. 30 Westbrook 41 - 64
Feb. 3 Comfrey 55 - 61
Feb. 6 Butterfield 61 - 79
Feb. 11 Jeffers 52 - 55
Feb. 13 Walnut Grove 41 - 55
Feb. 20 Sanborn
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FIRST ROW: Vincent Potter, Parnell Donahue, Keith Madson, Laurel Johnson,-
Leland Bondhus, Wayne Mischke, Dean Larsen. SECOND ROW: John Springer,
Leonard Donahue,Jim Natterstad,Duaine Mischke,Norman Paul,Gearld Grams,
Stephen 1-ledman, and Coach Shimbeno.
FIRST ROW: Duaine Mischke,Laurel Johnson,Leland Bondhus, Wayne Mischke, Vin-
cent Potter, Parnell Donahue, Keith Madson. SECOND ROW: Coach Shimbeno, Nor-
an Paul Larr Gra evine Dean Larsen Jim Natterstad Larry Schauer Leanard
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Donahue. THIRD ROW: John Springer, Jim Tighe, Dennis Parker, Gearld Grams,
Stephen Hedman, Mark Foss.
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La Vonne Jensen, Jean Parker, Mary Ann Oleson, Myrna Davidson
Marcella Carey, Rachel Schauer, Janet Peterson.
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Storden Implement Co S
M1ller s Grocery Sl
John's Barber Shop S3
M L Knudsen Agency SZ
Farmers Market S4
Storden Cafe S
F1rst State Bank of Storden S10
Storden Electr1c 3
Thomas Bondhus S5
Herman Larson 3
W H Roemer Z
Alma Klarup Sl
Serv1ce Garage S10
Storden Hardware SZ
The Storden T1mes S
Bakkes Falrway Market S3
Ahl s Hardware S5
Farmers Co op Creamery
Farmers Gram Co 3
Arlans Tydol S2 50
Burt's Bulk SZ
Rusty's Cafe SZ 50
Moore s Garage S5
J C Anderson S 50
Em1l Thorsness Sl
Russel's "66 Serv1ce S3
Storden Feed M111 S
Carey's Body Shop S5
Storden Gram Co 3
Leonard Schmotzer S3
Grams Produce S3
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Edgar Madson Sl
Glenn Solomonson l
Coast to Coast Sl 50
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Hasle's Varlety Store SZ.
The Style Shop S
P R Gr1ebler Lawyer 1
W1ndom Reporter S
W A Llenke Lawyer
Wynne Hardware Z
Ronn1es Market Sl
Quevl1 and Co 3
Olson Jewelry Sl 50
Korner Cafe 1
LeRoy s Shoe Repa1r S
Westgor Realty Co S2
Anderson Chevrolet S3
Cottonwood County C1t1zen S52
Foss Sales S3
J V H1ebertCo Sl 50
Al T Anderson S2
Olson Mus1c Store SZ
Bob s Clothmg Store S3
Anonsen Wall Paper and Pamt Store
Schottle and Stempfley Hardware
Sampsons Shles EB
Olson Pharmacy S1
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W1ndom Bakery S
Ray's Cafe S
M1x Bakery Z
Peterson Jewelry SZ 50
Schwalbach Hardware S
Nelson Ice Cream Co S5
Drs Enge Frederksen S2
Bryon Standard Serv1ce S3
Cooperat1ve Elevator Co of Wlndom
Lloyd G Andrew Sl
Larned Nerhus Sl
Sharky and Mann Packard S2
Johnson Motor Co S1
Lady Lee Dress Shop S1
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Moede 8: Bjornsen Grocery SZ
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