Storden High School - Tiger Yearbook (Storden, MN)
- Class of 1957
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Text from Pages 1 - 86 of the 1957 volume:
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In grofeful recognlfron of mony yeors of servnne ons snncere lnreresf an
your work of Sforden Hugh School we, The Sensor Closs Jeducofe Tins, The
1957 Tiger Your puncfucxlzfy pohence, understanding ond effncnency
Q leove nofhing To be desired We nope that These wows IH o srnoll woy ex
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L A CRIST Clerk RALPH MEYER Treasurer
EVERETT KUEHL Director GERALD THOMPSON Dlreclor NEAL SWENSON Dlrector
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MRS THOMPSON EMMA H -XLVORSON and VIOLET WITT
Offrce Secremrv Cooks
Bernard Parker Ham Sharrer, Ruabell Xarger, and Elmer Engelson
H XRVEY IVERSON and CARLTON IVERSON 4 ABSENT Delbert Chruleuson and Jesne Sundalxl
Jaurtors Bus Drrxers
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DON PHILLIPS LEWIS PETERSON
-IUWOV H'9l'1 En9l'5I' -IU""0f HIQII SOCIUI 5tUd'eS Buslness Educatnon and Basketball and Baseball
and Speech Coach
Industrual Arts and
Vocal and Instrumental
HAROLD LEROHL PEARL PARKER
Science Math Physical Education Senior High English and Librarian
and Football Coach
ROBERT E. WANK
Junior High Math
Junior High Science
Junior High Sports
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his game of football and basketball. "
Class Play 3, 4, Band 2, letterman's Club
3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Basket
ball 2, 3,4, Class President, Tiger Staff 4,
Business Manager, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4.
"Erdyne"--"Sometimes she's quiet but often
she's a riot."
Chorus 2, 3. 4, Band 2, 3. 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4,
Instrumental Ensemble 3,4, Declam 4, Echo
Staff 2, 3, 4, Editor, One Act Play 3, 4, Class
Play 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Queen Can-
didate 4, Queen Attendant 3, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4.
LELAND BONDHUS JEAN CHRISTENSON
"Connie" -"Her winning smile and quiet
ways will bring her luck through all the days. "
Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 1,
Echo Staff 2, 3, 4, Vocal Ensemble 3, 4, Queen
Attendant 2, Accompanist 3, 4, Tiger Staff 4,
Class Secretary, Instrumental Ensemble 3, Class
Play 3, 4, Honor Roll 2.
"I never let studying interfere with my
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Boy's Chorus 3, 4, Boy's Quartet
3, 4, Octet 2, Instrumental Ensemble 2, 3, 4,
Instrumental Soloist 3, 4, Vocal Soloist 4.
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CONSTANCE EINERTSON MARK FOSS
CLASS MOTTO: "Our knowledge is our power, and God our strength. "
"Ernie "--"He puts his troubles in the pocket
with a hole in it. "
Battle Lake 2g Chorus 3, 4, Boy's Quartet 3, -lg
Tiger Staff -lg Baseball 4, Honor Roll 1, Boy's
Chorus 3, 4.
"A quiet well liked girl who can make more
M noise than we think."
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 2, 3, 4,
Homecoming Queen, Cheerleading 4, Instru-
mental Ensemble 3, 45 Tiger Staff 4, Echo
staff 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, -4.
ERENST IVERSON LEANN IACKELS
"Satch "- 'He appears quiet, but looks are
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Tiger Staff 4, Boy's Chorus
3, 4, Class Play 3, 4.
"Denny"--"I never sleep comfortable except
when I'm in class."
DARREL KEUHL DENNIS LIDTKE
"Blond hair, sparkling eyes, happy, human
she's a prize. "
Chorus 2, 3. 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Vocal En-
semble 3, 45 Soloist 2, 3, 45 Declatn 45 Class
Play 3, lg One Act Play 45 Tiger Staff 45
Echo Staff 2, 3, 45 Librarian 2, 3, 4: Queen
"The best way to lengthen your days is to
steal a few hours from the night. "
Chorus 25 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Letterman's Club
3, 45 Class Play 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Football
2, 3, 45 Echo Staff 45 Tiger Staff 4.
CAROL MEYER KEITH MADSON
"The harder Itry the gooder to be, the
worser I am."
Baseball 2, 3, 45 Declam 3, 45 Class Play 3, 45
Echo Staff 2, 3, 45 Tiger Staff 45 Business
x Manager5 One Act Play 3. 45 Chorus 2.
"Here is the boy who gets around5 without
his mercury he's seldom found."
Chorus 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Football 25 Boy's
Chorus 35 Tiger Staff 4.
FRANK MARONEY DUWAINE SELL
"Why worry? The more we study the more
ignorance we discover. "
Class Play Lg Basketball 2, 3g Tiger Staff 4.
"Jan"--"As a friend she ranks among the best,
in knowledge she ranks above the rest. "
Band 3, 4g Chorus 2, 3, lg Glee Club 2, 3, lg
Echo Staff 2, 3, lg Instrumental Ensemble
2, 3, 4g Quill and Scroll 3, A-lg Declam 4g Class
Play 3, 4, Pep Band 3,4g Tiger Staff 3, 4g
Editorg One Act Play lg Honor Roll 2, 3, -L.
ARLO SELL IANICE SHANER
"Pete"--"l'm a woman hater, but the Bible
says, 'Love thine enemies. "
Basketball 2, 3, lg Football 2, 3, 4, betterman's
Club 3, fig Vice President, Honor Roll 2.
"Donna" -"Her mind is like a pin cushion,
stuck full of things to do."
Chorus 2, 3, 'lg Majorette 2, 3, -lg Echo Staff
2, 3, -lg Tiger Staff sg Glee Club 2, 3, -lg
G. A. A. lg Class Play 3, 4g Cheerleader 4g
One Act Play lg Vocal Ensemble 3g Quill
and Scroll 3, 'ig Honor Roll 2, 3, L.
Compliments of THE STORDEN TIMES
LA DONNA WOLFE
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We only learn what we teach ourselves. . . .
Compliments of PETERSON JEWELRY
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Complnments of ALMA S LADIES READY TO WEAR
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Complnments of STORDEN GRAIN CO
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FIRST ROW: L. Bondhus, D. Weyhmeyer, L. Donahue, R. Peterson, D. Egenes, D. Shaner, D.
Deutschman, G. Natterstad, M. Lohre. SECOND ROW: E. Graham, R. Pederson, J. Radar, V.
Bemtson, L. Larson, M. Barrons, D. Leopold, M. Natterstad, K. Sykora. THIRD ROW: H. Olson,
C. Davies, G. Einerrson, M. Meyers, D. Johnson, R. Jackels, R. Meyers, TEACHER: Mrs. Holck.
ABSENT: J. Sorenson.
FIRST ROW: B, Peterson. A. Johnson, S. Holck, C. Egenes, K. Johnson, S. Einerrson, E. Darher. J. Jasperson.
K. Parker, N. Herbst. SECOND ROW: W. Herbst, B. Schmidt. S. Anderson, S. Holland, D. Brouhard, G. Boaz
C. Taylor. J. Rupp, D, Peterson, P. Sacken, THIRD ROW: P. Nerhus, K. Larson, D. Heclman, S. Sundahl, D.
Schmidt, G. Solomonson, C. Jackels, G. Polk, M. Kuehl, TEACHER: Mrs. Brennan.
Compliments of PETE'S CAFE
FIRST ROW: P. Eickner, M. Johnson, C. Solomonson, N. Taylor, S. Doten, D. Shaner, R. Gustad, D.
Sundahl, L. Lehnoff, R, Tibodeau. SECOND ROW: J. Olson, E. Bakke, N. Johnson, A. Johnson, K.
Schauer, B. Gentry, G. Hoffman, D. Roy, L. Grams, S. Berntson. THIRD ROW: R. Hendrickson, N.
Meyer, J. Oanes, D. Johnson, H. Grote, R. Einertson, J. Sorenson, L. Matzke, J. Christensen. TEACHER:
FIRST ROW: W. Rupp, I. Sundahl, S, Beldt, L. Johnson, R. Larson, R. Pietz, L. Egenes, D. Marquardt. SECOND
ROW: A. Nerhus, M. Berntson, R. Roy, B. Bondhus, L. Graham, B. Natterstad, T. Anderson, J. Christensen, T.
Doten. THIRD ROW: R. Imhoff, S. Nelson, L. Thompson, L. Speckmeier, J. lessen, K, Maroney, A. Solomonson,
D. Thompson. TEACHER: Miss Natterstad.
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FIRST ROW: R. Boaz, R. Schmotzer, S. Iverson, G. Deurschman, K. Hinds, J. Olson, J. Olson. SECOND
ROW: L. Einertson, L. Johnson, B. Sykora, S. Sackett, N. Dather, D. Hanson, S. Anderson, L. Leopold.
THIRD ROW: B. Roy, S. Iverson, W. Holck, A. Martinson, B. Holland, C. Lehnhoff, C. Solomonson.
TEACHER: Miss Natterstad.
FIRST ROW: R. Pulcher, L. Marquardt, B. Paulson, L. Nelsen, B. Eickner, B. Doten, M. Hedman, S. Bemtson, L.
Thorstad. SECOND ROW: C. Thompson, B. Peterson, L. Pierz, B, Lohre, B. Hinds, S. Kuehl, D. Bemrson, D.
Johnson, N. Nelson, R. Natterstad. TEACHER: Mrs. Benson.
Compliments of ELVlNA'S PAINT SHOP
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FIRST ROW: Mrs, Phillips, B. Vosberg, M, Tibodeau, S. Lehnhoff, K. Villa, G. Busswitz, F, Egenes, R, Springer, L. Jessen, D,
Erickson, T. Tighe, J. Leopold, D. Johnson, B. Imhoff, J, Parker, K. Solomonson, H. Matzke, C. Crist, SECOND ROW: C. Maroney
J. Matzke, F. Roy, J. Steinhoff, M. Sell, D. Hoffman, B. Vosberg, J. Thompson, P. Natterstad, C. Schauer, R. Steinhoff, M.
Eckhardt, C, Oanes, C, Swenson, B. Natterstad, E, Anderson, J, Kuehl, THIRD ROW: R. Busswitz, J. Johnson, M. Bass, L. Pulcher,
J, Schmidt, B, Madson, O. Grams, N, Herbst, S, Iverson, M, Dather, R. Schuknecht, G, Olson, R, Nerhus, A, Eickner, K. Bjornstad,
L. Carey. FOURTH ROW: D, Kleve, D. Koenders, G. O'Brien, R. Hanson, J. Parker, J. Taylor, J. Parker, D. Phillips, D. Jasperson,
J. Christenson, R, Herbst, G. Eickner, R, Kuehl, J, Solomonson, B, Peterson, S, Lendtvedt.
FIRST ROW: B, Peterson, A, Eickner, S, Holck, J. Oanes, W. Herbst, D. Leopold, G, Polk, D. Shaner, J, Sorenson. SECOND ROW:
D. Hedman, A. Johnson, L. Pulcher, M. Bass, N. Johnson, P. Nerhus, D. Johnson, J. Rupp, B. Schmidt, R. Einertson, E. Bakke,
S. Anderson, B. Gentry, R. Gustad, L. Donahue, A. Johnson. THIRD ROW: K. Johnson, M. Kuehl, D. Phillips, B. Peterson, D.
Schmidt, L, Bondhus, S, Lendtvedt, H. Grote, G. Olson, B. Peterson, G, Einertson, R, Peterson, J, Leopold, K, Sykora. FOURTH
ROW: L. Carey, K. Schauer, K. Larson, D. Peterson, J. Solomonson, Mrs, Phillips,
At the beginning of the T956-I957 school year, seventeen new members were added to the band to
make up for those who graduated the previous spring. Now the band consists of 58 pieces
Fall brought the anticipation of marching at Lamb Day at Lakefield and playing concerts at the
Dedication of our new school building and at the reunion of all of the classes that have graduated from
Storden High School. Then one October morning at 4:00 A.M., we drowsily climbed into two packed
buses and started the long, tiresome trip to Minneapolis to attend The High School Band Day. After
practicing, receiving instructions and eating sack lunches, each band marched around the stadium. At
the half all the bands present marched onto the field and played several pieces together. Shortly after
the half it began raining and continued in short showers throughout the afternoon. Nevertheless, the
Minnesota-Northwestern game was played and it ended up a 0 to 0 tie. The whole day was a real thrill
for everyone, especially for the new members of the band. About 4:00 P.M., wet and weary, we
climbed aboard the buses, waited for a few stragglers and headed home.
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Just before Christmas vacation it was rumored around that we were going to play "Symphony in D
Minor" by Franck for the contest. Mrs. Phillips gave the clarinets and the flutes their parts earliest
because they were the most difficult. The new members were a little scared at first, but they rapidly
made progress and were able to play it. After vacation we really went to work, we wanted the third
consecutive State "A" for our band. We knew we could get it through a lot of hard individual prac-
tice and sectional rehearsals. The contest was a real thrill and the spring concert was as beautiful as
ever, with the girls wearing formals and the boys wearing suits.
The last appearance of the band during the school year was at graduation playing the familiar
strains of "Pomp and Circumstance" as the seniors marched unto the stage. This year was a wonderful
year for the band. Although the band will lose seniors they will be replaced by new members, but
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Carol Crust, Llnda Schauer, Janice Kuehl Lewis Larson, Maynard Solmonson, Carol
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Edltor Steven Hedman
Busrness Manager Lee Bondhus Advrsor Mr Peter on Busrness
Managers kerlh Madson and Frank Maroney
After long hours of hard work the annual staff fmally completed the 57 Trger
It wasn t an easy chore typing, takmg pictures, and make up meant long
hours after school or worklng In so called Study periods the biggest problem
was meeting the deadlines, the flnal deadline was March I5 and the reward for
all our hard work came wnen the students of S H S received the fmal flmshed
Complnments of MARQUARDT'S BLACKSMITH SHOP
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For the frrst time srnce T942 the Tigers walked off wrth the Red Rock Conference title
The Orange and Black rolled up an Impressive total of 228 points and allowed therr opponents but 38
Hlghpornt of the season was Storden s vrctory over Comfrey by the score of 20 6 Comfrey was unde
feated up to that tame
Thus was the frrst year of playmg eleven man and seemed to be to the Tigers lrklng
Contrlbutmg the most to the Tlgers Impressive season was the smart quarterbacklng of John Springer,
the hard running of John Grapevine and Keuth Madson, the frne defensrve play of Lee Bondhus and Larry
Schauer, and the best ends nn the conference rn Paul Steen and Chuck Madson
And to the rest of the Tiger squad and nts coaches, we salute you for your envnable record
Complnments of MILLER S GROCERY STORE
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Homecoming was made complete by a 5l-O rout over a hapless Westbrook team.
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Candidate: Jean Cbristenson Queen LeAnn Jackels Candidate: Carol Meyer
The Homecoming celebration began with the coronation of Queen LeAnn on Thursday evening, October lesth in the High bchool
Auditorium. After the coronation a short pep lest was held at the baseball dianionddnring the bonfire. Next the cheerleaders led tne
students in a snake dance up to the middle of main street where they led a tew cheers.
School was let out on noon of Frida ' so the floats conl' iw- fi ish d f E. d
y o c ns e or t e para e Ilia! afternoon. Ont band led the parade followed
bythe grades, the Westbrook band, the floats, and last of all the Queen! float.
Storden's Homecoming opponent was the Westbrook Wildcats. The 'fam s
5 e vas xery exciting and the Tigers chalked up an easx
victory. The Tigers were so thrilled with their 'il to O victory that they tore down the goal posts after the final whistle blew.
The Coronation and all ofthe excitin r :nornents thron rhont the Homecotrzin festixities 'roreu to be lhrillin i and interestin-' lo
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Compliments of OLSON'S MUSIC STORE
The Storden Band The Queen s Float
The Junior Float The Erghth Grade Float
The Sophomore Float The Freshman Float
Compliments of JOHN S PHILLIPS' 66
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This year s Storden Trgers complled the frnest season record an comparison with any Storden
team rnthe past by rlnamg up I7 wms against 2 defeats Hrghllghts of the season Included a
wln over Worthmgton and the defeat of Sanborn rn the last game of the season The B Team
also had quite a record losmg but 2 games and wrnmng I7
The Tigers lost In the frrst round of Drstrrct Tournament play to Westbrook 64-62 Although
the Tigers held two wms over W stbrook IH regular season play, misfortune seemed to be on
therr srde as Westbrook snatched what looked luke certam defeat mto a vrctory In the last
half mmute of play
PROSPECTS FOR NEXT YEAR
Graduation will take three of the Tigers finest players Lee Bondhus, top rebounder and
scorer who In three years amassed a total of II2O points, Keith Madson, second hugh scorer
fme ball handler and defensive ace, Paul Steen, hardest worker on the team
Comrng back wlll be Gordy Thompson, a veteran of 2 years already Chuck Madson who
with I year of experlence behmd hum has all the earmarks of becomrng one of the Trgers
best Larry Schauer, a real scrapper wno always leads the way sn determmatron John Springer
Francis O Brien, Steve Hedman, Dennis Parker, and Gerry Grams wall probably compete for
the other starting berths
Although next year s team will be on the short side as far as height rs concerned, rt rs
certam the team will have other thrngs that are more Important such as desire, sprrlt, team
work and the wllllngness to work and tram all through the season
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FIRST ROW: S. ttedrnan, J. Springer, P. Steen, K. Madson, L. Bondhns, L. Schauer, I. Grams. SECOND ROW: D. Parker, F. O'Brien
C. Madsen, S. Egnes, K. B.rrron, K. Hnso. THIRD ROW: Coach Peteron, G. Thompson, G. Banse, D. Ixerson. J. Grapexine, R.
Tihodean. Coach Lerohl.
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The lettermen's Club is composed of athletes who have earned letters in either
football, basketball, or baseball. During the past year, the members ran the con-
cession stand in connection with our home basketball games. The group has several
get-togethers and promote a couple of projects during the year.
Compliments of CLAIR'S CONOCO STATION
FIRST ROW C Crlst C Iverson P OBr1en S Kuehl J Sprrnger I Pulcher B Sundahl K Valen K
Berntson L Grams A Exchner SECOND ROW Mrs Holck K Vrlla B Natterstad G Kuehl S Speckmrer
K Guslad T Sell R Kuehl D Jackels K Bjornstad THIRD ROW M Radar C Maroney R Kuehl L.
Pulcher E Anderson S Parker N Herbst B Madson J Schmrdt L Dather M Trbodeau FOURTH ROW
M Echardt I Thompson P Nauerstad C Wolfe M Sell D Hoffman C Swenson C Oanes V Carey
D Kuehl J Drckey
Thus year the G A A was two years old They have a
membershrp of forty-eight gurls from the seventh through the
twelfth grade Therr actlvltles mclude klttenball basketball
and volleyball as team actlvrtles and hukmg, bowling, bncy
clung, pmg pong, roller and :ce skating as mdrvudual actrvrtles
This year they had several socual events One hugh spot
was a basketball game and potluck supper at whrch they
entertained the Jeffers G A A Another high spot was their
trap to W A A Play Day at the Mankato State Teachers
They ended therr school year with a plcnrc for the boys Q
basketball teams Also an the sprung they each received thelr
awards for actrve partrclpatlon In G A A
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