Stoughton High School - Yahara Yearbook (Stoughton, WI)

 - Class of 1955

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Foreword This year our theme for theYahara is construction. We have chosen this topic because of all the additions and remodeling of our high school building. Some of the improvements that are being made are that the science, biology, physics, and general science classes will have new rooms. There will be also, adequate classrooms, and a new library. The health and administration offices will be on the first floor. On each floor there will be restrooms for both boys and girls. All of the construction is expected to be completed by early next summer, and the facilities will be used early in the fall of 1955. Our school will be better because it will help to give better instruction through better facilities. It will relieve the crowded conditions and remove the need for substandard class rooms. We therefore look forward to a better and happier school life. 2Dedication This year the Yahara is dedicated to our former Home Economics teacher, Mrs. Thompson. She was a gracious lady, who contributed much to Stoughton High School and did much to advance our Home Economics department. 3Table of Contents Administration.................5 Students......................11 Athletics.....................41 Organizations.................57 Snaps........................ 67 4Mr. Moldenhauer Administration There are three governing organizations in the school. They are the Student Council, Youth Council, and the Athletic Board. The Board of Education heads the whole school, and consists of a president, Dr. Smedal, a treasurer, Mr. Stelzer, and a clerk. Dr. F. Henderson. There are also four other members, three from the first three wards and a representative from the rural area. The Youth Council, under the supervision of Mr. Thompson, sponsored the Saturday night recreational activities, and kept the Youth Center open. The officers were: president, Dave Utter; vice president, Darlene Jacobson; secretary, John Halverson; treasurer, Janice Gretebeck. The Athletic Board is composed of four seniors and one person from each of the other classes. Their two most important jobs are to approve the cheerleading uniforms, and to okay the letters for sports. Officers chosen were: Robert Wersland, president; Russell Hanson, vice president; Janet Johnson, secretary and treasure r. The Student Council, advised by Mr. Gibbon, is composed of the vice president of each club and two representatives from each class. The officers this year were: Barbara Olson, president; Thea Holtan, vice president; Susan Hough, secretary; and Joan Ehle, treasurer. Mr. Booth Row 1: M. F. Stelzer, Dr. F. B. Henderson. Dr. A. T. Smedal. Mrs. F. A. Torgerson, Mrs. O. A. Hggleson. Row 2: W. R. Marquart, A. Holton. 6ATHLETIC BOARD Row 1: Mr. Reighard, R. Hanson. R. Wersland, P. LaFleur, R. Larson. K. Slinde, D. Larson. Row 2: Mr. Netterblad, Mr. Oscar. Miss Reek, J. Johnson, Mr. Schnurr, Mr. Matthias. STUDENT COUNCIL Row 1: E. Johnson, S. Dahl, K. Cook, S. Hough, B. Olson, T. Holtan, J. Ehle. Row 2: C. Haley, J. Lamers, G. Greig, C. Everson, G. Gibbon, J. Johnson, A. Nordholm, Mr. Gibbon. Row 3: P. Hawkinson, F. Maly, N. Waag, D. Jacobson, D. Hestnes, R. Hanson, M. Hanson, D. Schaefer. YOUTHCOUNCIL Row 1: B. Janes, K. Mangan, C. Reese, A. Nordholm, S. Olson, K. Cook, L. Lockwood, E.Rideout, S. Hough, M. Smedal, D. Jacobson, J. Gretebeck, D, Utter, M. Bovre, P. Hvam, S. Halverson. Y. Ehle, K. Gjetson, B. Springer. Row 2: N. Hoel, M. Johnson, A. Johnson, S. McKercher, S. Dahl, L. Weston, G. Wene, B. Olson, M. Kirby,S. Harried, M. Nelson, C. Gerard, K. Kilen, D. Doane, R. Jacobson, D. Nygaard, P. Hanson, K. Spangler. Row 3: A. Page, B. Hyland, S. Nelson, P. Aaberg, J. Ehle, S. Ortman, S. Brekke, E. Sperloin, L. Utter, C. Gunsolus.L. Veum.J. Amundson, D. Keenan, P. Nelson, M. Nelson, M. Hanson, D. Norberg, P. Dalsoren, J. Johnson.- Row 4: M. Holtan, S. Felland, E. Havey.J. Burlingame, V. Schaefer, D. Schaefer, K. Gusloff, E. Mjelde, T. Holton, J. Christenson, R. Nelson, M. Thorsen, D. Kittleson, F. Skinner, B. Rothermel. Row 5: G. Karberg, N. Nelson, C. Nitzsche, T. Asleson, D. Peterson, R. Gjermo, R. Larson, R. Wersland, P. Oren, R. Brunsell, M. Hanson, O. Brekke, P. LaFleur, T. Renvick, H. Streeter, C. Rothermel. Row 6: C. Henderson, D. Hanson, R. Holton, R. Ehle. 7MISS ANDERSON "Now is the Time" . . . Shorthand . . . Typing . . . Bookkeeping. Faculty MISS BENSON "Let'sGet to Work" . . . Geometry . . . Philo. . . Algebra . . . Advanced Math. MR. BREJCHA "Five Minutes More" . . . General Science . . General Math . . . Drivers Training . . . Track Coach . . . Visual Aids. MRS. BRUDER "Assignments Are Due" . . . English 3 . . . Parrot. MR. DAVIDSON "In Physics You Have to Use Your ...I”.. . General Science . . . Physics . . . Chemistry . . . Science Club. MR. DOERING "And the Bus Broke Down" . . . Agriculture . . . F. F. A. MISS ELLIKER "Open Wide and Say Ah" . . . School Nurse. MRS. GATES "Pick up your Milk First" . . . Home Ec. . . . Home Management . . . Cafeteria. MR. GIBBON Due on Friday" . . . Student Council . . . Citizenship.MR. MATTHIAS ... "When I Was a Marine"... American History...Assistant Coach. MISS Me NETT ... "asdf ;lkj"...Typing ... Ad va nee d S tenog-raphy. MR. NETTERBLAD... " Now The Stamp Book Works Like This" ... General Shop Printing ... Ushers Club. MR. OSCAR..."Take Them and Don't Bring them Back"... Citizenship... Assistant Coach... Social Problems. 9MISS REEK ... "I’m Busy See Me Later" ...Phy. Ed....G.A.A. ...Norwegian Dancers. MR. SCHNURR... "Tomorrow is Homecoming... "Phy. Ed. ...Head Coach. MISS STROMMEN... "Feet on the Floor" ...A Cappella. MR. THOMPSON... "What's Your Excuse THIS TIME?"... Social Problems ... Youth Council. MISS VAN SLOC- MISS WISLINSKY... TEREN ... "I'll Let "Beetles and Bugs" You in This Time"........Biology. English 1...Elementary Music...F.T.A. 10RICHARD QUALE, "Point of Order" Boxing 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2; Forensics3; Class Play 3; Discussion 3; Prom Committee 3; Class Officer 4. PRESIDENT DALEBOSTRACK "In My Bouncing Tibia" S-Club 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3; Class Officer 4; Golf 1,2,3, 4; Letterman 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2. SYLVIA FELLAND "Junior Miss" Badger Girls State 3; Parrot 4; F.H.A.1,2,3.4; Sec. 3; Pres. 4; Philo 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pres. 4; Holder of Spoon 3; Prom Committee 3; Youth Council 4; National Honor Society 3; Class Play Committee 3; Class Officer 4. TREASURER GEORGIA WENE "You You You" A Cappella 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Class Play Committee 3; Philo 3,4; Prom Committees; Youth Councils,3,4; Yahara4; G. A. A. 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 4. SECRETARY 12LORRAINE ARNESON "Bye Bye Blues" Class Officer 2; F.H.A. 4. THOMAS ASLESON "Hey There" Prom Committee 3; Youth Council 4; Football 1, 2; Forensics 3,4; Class Play Committee 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Letter-man 2; Basketball 2,3, 4. CAROL AST "A Cheerful Little Earful" G.A.A. 2,3,4; Librarian 2,3,4. BARRY BESKE "Slowly" Basketball 2. DAVID BJERKE "It’s My Lazy Day" Prom Committee 3; Student Council3; Band 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. SHIRLEY BRANDT " The Typewriter" G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Class Play Committee 3; Philo 3,4; Prom Committee 3. LOIS BROUGHTON "Ifl Didn’t Care" Junior Red Cross 3,4; Vice President3; Class Play 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3.4; A Cappella 1,2,3,4; Secretary 3, President 4; Philo3; F.H.A. 4; Student Council 3; Prom Committee 3. ROLLAND BRUNSELL ’Surrey With the Fringe onTop"F.F.A. 1, Class Plays 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Parrot 1; Science Club 4; President 4;Band 1,2,3,4; ACap-pella 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Wrestling 3; Youth Council 2,4. 13 THERESA BALLWEG ’ Little Things Mean A Lot" Class Play Committee 3; F.H.A. 3,4; Junior Red Cross 4; A Cappella 3,4; G.A.A. 3; Parrot 4; Middle-ton High School transfer 3. ARLOBREDESEN "For Me and My Gal" Prom Committee 3: Football 1,2,3,4; Letterman 2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Letterman 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Letterman 2,3,4; Track 3; Letterman 3; Athletic Board 1; Golf 1,2; Letterman 1,2; Boxing 1; S-Club 2,3,4.DAVID CHRISTENSON "This Reckless Age" Band 1,2; Student Council 1; Football 1; Basketball 1,2,4; Tennis 2; Letterman 2; Baseball 4. DONNA BRUSEGAR "Little People Do Big Things" S-Teens 3; Parrot 1; G.A.A. 2,3,4; F.H.A. 2,4; Class Play Committee 3. KAREN BURCHADEAN "Tell Me a Story” YouthCouncil 4; G.A. A. 4; Transferred from Hudson, Wis. 3. KAREN COOK "Love at Lunch Time" Librarian 3; Homecoming Att. 4; Band 1,2,3, 4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; N. H.S. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Parrot 3,4; Exchange Ed. 3; Co-Ed. 4; Philo 3,4; V. pres. 4; F.H.A. Sec. 2,4, Pres. 3; One Act Play 3; Class Officer 2; Youth Council 2,3,4; Sec. 3; Class Play 3; Stud. Council 4. SYLVIA DAHL "Promenade" Norwegian Dancers4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4; Secretary4; Youth Council 3,4; Treasurer 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 4; F. H.A. 4; Class Play 3; Forensics 3,4; Prom Queen 3. NOLAN DALEY "Milk Bucket Boogie" Intra-murals 1,2,3,4. ROGER ERDAHL "Trumpeters Lullaby" One Act Play 3; A Cappella 1,2,3,4; Band 3,4; Wrestling3; Class Play 3; Intramurals 1, 2,3. KATHRYN EVENSON "Why” Class Play Committee 3; Junior Red Cross 4; F.H.A. 4; S-Teens 3. CAROL EVERSON "Sleep" A Cappella 4; Band 2,3,4; Class Play 3; Junior Red Cross 3,4; Vice president 4; Student Council 4; G. A. A. 1,2,3,4; Philo 3. PATRICIA FARR "Five Foot Two” Class Play Committee 3; Junior Red Cross 2,4; A Cappella 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; F.H.A. 3; F.T.A. 4; Transferred from Cambridge 2. sDIANE FOSS "Tailor Made Woman" ACap-pella 3,4; Band 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; Junior Red Cross 4; Transferred from Par-deeville 3. MICHAEL FITZGERALD "You Just Better Not Do That” Science Club4; Wrestling 3,4; Transferred from Queen of Apostles in Madison 3. ROSE ANN FITZGERALD "Till We Two Are One" A Cappella 2,3. JOHN GERBER "Louise" Intramurals 1; F.F.A. 2,3,4; Secretary 4. JANE GIBBON "It’s a Womans World" Junior Red Cross 1,2,3,4; Pres. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4; One Act Play 3; Forensics 2; Band 2,3, 4; Class Play Committee 3. RICHARD GJERMO "For He's A Jolly Good Fellow" Intramurals 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 2,3.4; Prom Committee 3; Band l,2,3,4;ClassPlay 3; A Cappella 3,4. MARVIN GJERTSON "All Night Long" Football 1; Wrestling 3; A Cappella 1,2. GERALDGRAFFIN "I'll Be Seeing You" Intramurals 1,2,3,4; F. F.A.2,3,4; Baseball 3, 4. GAIL GREIG "Together" Class Play 3; Forensics 3; Junior Red Cross2,3,4; Treas. 2, Pres. 3; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4; Philo 3; Discussion 1,2; Debate 1,2; Youth Council 2; Student Council 3,4; Treas. 3. CARMEN HALEY "Stay As Sweet As You Are" Class Play 3,4; Forensicsl,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Student Council4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4; Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Parrotl,2,3,4; Co-Editor 4; Class Officer 3; F.T.A. 2,3.4; Pres. 3; One Act Play 3; Discussion 2,3.1 RUSSELL HANSON "The Greatest Inventor of Them All” Parrot 1; Student Council 4; National Honor Society 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Class Plays 3,4; Golf 2,3,4; Letterman 2,3, 4; Athletic Board 4; Prom Committee 3; A C a ppe 11 a 4; Intra-murals l,2,3,4;S-Club 3.4. DUANE HESTNES "Watermelon Weather" Discussion 3,4; Student Council 4; Prom Committee 3; Debate Squad 2; Class Play CQmmittee 3,4; Band 2,3,4. DONALD HALVERSON "Little Brown Jug" Prom King 3; Intra-murals 1,2,3,4; Boxing 1,2; Letterman 1,2; Prom Committee 3; S-Club 2,3,4. FRANCIS HAM MEN "Piano Boogie" Holder of Spade 3; Badger Boys State 3; Debate Squad 2. CARL HELGERSON "Slow Poke" Intra-murals 1,2,3; Baseball 2,3,4; Letterman 2,3; Boxing 1; Football 2; Basketball 3; Track 2. MARGARET HELGERSON "Easy Does It" Transferred from Rhinelander High School 3. JANICE HILL "Home Cooking" Forensics Club 2; Transferred from Fall River 2. ROBERT HILL "Drummers Patrol" F.F.A. 1, 2,3,4; Boxing 1,2; A Cappella 4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Baseball 1,4; Track 3. 16 DARRELL HAUGE "Man of Perfection" Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; ClassOfficer 3; F.F.A. 2; Boxingl; Basketball l,2;Tennis 1,2,4; Track 2. ROBERT HEYDON "Tubby the Tuba" A Cappella 4; Band 2,3, 4; Baseball4; F.F.A. 1, 2,3,4; Vice Pres. 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 3; Football 1.GARY HODGE "Horns Blow at Midnight" Youth Council 4; Transferred from Oregon, Illinois 4. MARLENE HOLTAN "Sunday Driving" G. A.A. 3,4; F.H.A. 4; Youth Council 4. JOHN HOLVERSON "I'm Moving On" Intramurals 2,3,4; Youth Council 4; Secretary 4; Baseball 3; Letter -man 3; Transferred from Madison East 1. SUSAN HOUGH "Going Steady" Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Attendant 4; Student Council 4; F. H.A. 3,4; Philo 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Youth Council 3,4; Transferred from Morton, Illinois 3. RUTH ANN JACOBSON "I Love Life" Librarian 4; G.A.A. 1. HATTIE HORTON "Always". EMILY JOHNSON "It's A Wonderful World" OneActPlay 4; F.H.A. 4; Philo 4; G.A.A. 1,3, 4; Parrot 1,3,4; Student Council 4; Prom Com. 3; Class Play Com. 3, 4; Librarians Club 4; Vice Pres. 4; Forensics 3,4; A Cappella 3,4. MARVIN JOHNSON "You're Driving Me Crazy" Band 2,3,4; Football 4; Baseball 2, 3,4; Letterman 2,3; Basketball 3; S-Club 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. 17 MICHAEL JOHNSON "I Wanta Be Evil” Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2; Boxing 1,2; Letterman 2. JANET JOHNSON "Counting My Money" A Cappella 1,2,3,4; Athletic Board 4; Sec-Treas. 4; G.A.A. 1.2, 3,4; Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 4; Class Play 3; Student Council 4; Prom Com. 3; Philo 3, 4; F.H.A. 4; Jr. Red Cross 3.DELORIS KLEVEN " Whispering” Prom Committee 3; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Tre asurer 4; Youth Council 2. ELLEN KANE "Never Alone" Transferred from Seneca High School 2. MARY LOU KIRBY "Locomotive Let Her Go’ Band 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3; Forensics 2,3, 4; Prom Com. 3;Cheer-leading 1,2,3,4; Youth Councill,2,3.4;G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; One Act Plays 3,4; Philo 3,4; Norwegian Dancers 2,3,4. RICHARD KREUGER "I Spoke Too Soon" Base -ball 4; F.F.A. 2; Prom Committee 3. MARGARET LANG "Sweet as Apple Cider" Junior Red Cross 4; F. H.A. 4. ROBERT LARSON "Dawn Patrol" Athletic Board 4; Track 2,3; Basketball 3; Football 2,3,4; Letterman 2,3; Boxing 2; Letterman 2; Norwegian Dancers 3, 4; Youth Council 3,4; Prom Com. 3; Class Play 3; Intramurals 2, 3,4; S-Club 2,3,4; Transferred from Oregon High School 2. JOAN LUND "The AUDREY LUNDEBERG Things We Did Last "Among My Souvenirs" Summer" Prom Com- F.H.A. 4. mittee 3; G.A.A. 1,2, 3.4. 18 SALLY KNUDSON "And The Band Played On" Band 1.2,3.4; A Cappella 3,4; Class Play Com. 3,4; Forensics 3,4; One Act Plays 1,2,3,4; Philo 3,4; Prom Com. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4; Jr. Red Cross 3; Tre as. 3. LA VON LOCKWOOD "Long Distance Love" Forensics 1,2,4; Prom Com..3; Youth Councils ; Band 3,4; Class Play 3; Philo 3.4; Tre as. 3; Parrot 4; G. A.A.2,3,4; Transferred from M adison East High School 1.FLORENCE MALY "Too Young” Philo3,4; Sec. 3; G.A.A. 2,3.4; Vice Pres. 4; Class Officers; Treas. 3; Class Play Com. 3; Prom Com. 3; StudentCoun-cil4; Transferred from Sun Prairie High School 2. LARRY LYNCH "This is the Thanks I Get" F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3. WAYNE MAERZ "Slow But Sure" Intramurals 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 4. WILLIAM MARTAIN "Music,Music, Music" Band 1,2,3,4; Badger Boys State 3. CHARLES MOE "Make Her Mind" Youth Council 4; F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3. DONALD MATSON "Edgerton Bound" Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; Youth Council 1; Band 1,2. IRVING McLEOD "Don't Be That Way" Transferred from Norris Farm 4. SAMUEL MOE "Silent Sam" F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. RICHARD MULLEN DAVID MUNSON "Bell Bottom Blues" "Danger Signs" Trans-Band 3,4; Track 3,4; ferred from Milwaukee Wrestling 3,4; Trans- Lutheran High School ferred from Bloomer 2. High School 3. 19RONALD NELSON "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" S-Club2.3. 4; Intramurals 1,2,3; Athletic Board 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Letterman 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3.4; Football 1,2,3,4; Letterman 3,4; Boxing 1.2; F.F.A. 1,2. SONJA ORTMAN "We’ll Meet Again" From Committee 3; Youth Council 2,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 2,4. NANCY NELSON PAUL NELSON "The "Nancy With the Quiet One" F.F.A. 4. Laughing Eyes" Band 1,2; Class Play Com. 3; Prom Com. 3; G.A. A. 1,2,3,4;Youth Council 4; Philo 4. BARBARA OLSON "To Each His Own" A Cap-pella4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Philo3,4; Homecoming Attendant 1; Class Play Com. 3; Norwegian Dancers 3,4; Prom Com. 3; Stu-dentCouncil 3,4; Vice Pres. 3; Pres. 4; Youth Council l,2,3,4;Yahara 4. JOAN OLSON "Queen of the Amazons" One Act Play 1,2,3,4; F.H. A. 3.4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; ACappella3,4; Sec.4; Band 1; Class Play Com. 3; Prom Com. 3. PHILLIP OREN "You Belong to Me" S-Club 3,4; Class Play Com. 3; Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1, 3,4; Letterman 3,4; Youth Council 1.2,3,4; Class Officer 1; Prom Com. 3; Intramurals 1.2,3,4. DONALD PETERSON "Norwegian Polka" Norwegian Dancers 3, 4; F.F.A. 3,4; Youth Council 4. 20 MARY PETERSON "My Heart Sings" A Cappella 4; One Act Play 4; Forensics 4; G.A.A. 4; Philo 4; Transferred from Soldiers Grove High School 4. BESSIE PAULSON "Count Your Blessings" S-Teens3; G.A.A. 2,4; Youth Council 3,4; Transferred from Beloit High School 1.ARLENE PICKARTS "I'll Get By” Librarian 1.2,3,4. THYRA PIEPER "Hold My Hand" A Cappella 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1.2.3.4; F.H.A. 4. HARRY REESE "I'm Walking Behind You” Football 3,4; Letter-man4; Boxingl; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4. NORBERT PREIN "Bumming Around" Track 1,2,3,4; Letter-man3;Basketball Manager 2; Wrestling 3,4; Football Mgr. 2; Prom Com. 3; Band 1. BERNIECE REIERSON "Wedding Beils" G.A. A. 1,2,3,4; Philo 3,4;' Pres. 4; Discussion 2; Student Council 1; Prom Com. 3; Debate Squad 2; Class Play 3; Forensics 1,2. WILSON ROSSMAN LLOYD ROWLEY "Mr. "Gone Fishing" Trans- Sandman" A Cappella ferred from Deerfield 4; Class Play 3; Prom High School 4. Com. 3; Intramurals 1, 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Youth Council 1; Ya-hara4; Parrot 1,2; Golf 1,2,3,4; Letterman 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1; Football 1,4. 21 EDITH RIDEOUT "Paper Dahl” Band 1.2,3,4; G.A.A. 1.2,3,4; A Cappella 4; Class Play Com. 3; Youth Council 2,3.4; Prom Com. 3; HomecomingQueen 4; Yahara 4.GRANT SCHROEDER "Side By Side” Football 1,2,3,4; Letterman3,4; S-Club 3,4;Intiamurals 1.4. WANDA RUDD "Teddy Bears Picnic” A Cappella 1,2.3,4; Class Play Com. 3; Parrot 3, 4; G. A.A. 2,3; Jr. Red Cross 4; F.H.A. 4; Transferred from Madison West High School 2. VIRGINIA SCHAEFER "InMy Merry Oldsmo-bile” G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Discussion 3,4; Youth Council 4; Debate Squad4; Forensics 3,4; Class Play Com. 3; Librarians 4; Prom Com. 3. CHARLES SEFFENS "Only Trees Grow Tall" S-Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3; Wrestling 3,4; Football 1,2, 4; Basketball 1; Boxing 1,2; Letterman 2. EDDIE SEILS "If You Knew Susie" Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Boxing 1,2; Letterman 2; S-Club 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Prom Com. 3; Youth Council 3; Student Council 3. BEVERLY SEVERSON "SittingPretty" F.H.A. 4. ARNE SIME Tm Sitting on Top of the World" F.F.A. 2,3,4; Football 1; Intramurals 1.2,3,4. HOWARD SKJOLAAS "Barnyard Blues" Football 2,3,4; Letterman 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 . Intramurals 1,2,3,4; S-Club 3,4. PATRICIA SLATER "With My Eyes Wide Open" G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; S-Teensl; Prom Committee 3; Librarian 2, 3; Youth Council 4. CORA SKJOLAAS "Tell Me Why" Parrot 2; S-Teens 3; G.A.A. 1,3; F.T.A. 3; F.H.A. 1.4. 22MARGIT SMEDAL "I Don't Want to See You Crying” Youth Council 1,2,3,4; G. A. A. 1,2,3,4; Philo3,4; One Act Play 3; Yahara 4; Prom Com. 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Forensics 3; Class Play Com. 3; A Cappella 4. DERETTA STREETER "PutYourArms Around Me" Junior Red Cross 4; Transferred from De Forest High School 2. MICHAEL THOMAS "Music Maestro Please" Band 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3; Prom Com. 3; Golf 2,3,4; Badger Boys State 3; Yahara 1,2,3,4; One Act Play 1,2; Student Council 3. DAVID UTTER "The High and Mighty" In-tramutals i,2,3,4; Class Play 3; Prom Com. 3; Youth Council4; President 4; Class Officer 2; F.F.A. 2,3; Athletic Board 1; Baseball 1,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Let-terman 2,3,4; Boxing 2; Norwegian Dancers 3,4; Wrestling 3,4. HOWARD VENDEN "More and More" Band 1; Intramurals 1,2; Golf 1.2. MAYRE THORSEN "I Love to Polka" Class Play Committee 3; G. A. A. 1,2,3,4. ROBERT WERSLAND "Down By the Riverside" Prom Com. 3; Class Officer 3; Youth Council 4; Class Play 3; S-CIud 2,3,4; Pres. 4; Norwegian Dancers 3,4; Football 1.2.3.4; Letterman 2,3,4; Basketball 1.2; Track 1,2, 3,4; Letterman 3,4; Athletic Board 4; Pres. 4. LOIS WESTON "Forgive Me" A Cappella 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Youth Council 3,4; Yahara 4; Class Play Committee 3. CHARLEEN WEUM "This Is the Beginning of the End" Prom Committee 3; Philo 3. 23Senior Prophecy Hi there, this is Bob Wersland your master of ceremonies welcoming you to the show "It's a Great Life" sponsored by Nolan Daley Vitamins. I am so glad to see all of our classmates back again for our reunion this June 10, 2005. On such an important occasion it is only right to introduce our Governor Russ Hanson. Who is that we see in the front row? It is none other than Gorgeous Dave Utter the wrestler. Next to him we see Gary Hodge the designer of the Supersonic "8" and his best salesman Don Matson. What is that strange noise we hear in the background? Why it's the MUSIC of Rocky Hill and his Pebbles; Rollie Brunsell, Roger Erdahl, Duane Hestnes, Bob Heydon, Sally Knudson, Dick Mullen, Mike Thomas and Bill Martin. They have a new member tonight, Howard Venden, the singing cowboy. As our spotlight is again turned to the audience we see Willy Rossman the coach of the McFarland Marvels and three of his stars, Carl Helgerson, Ronnie Nelson, and Arlo Bredeson who was recently acclaimed number one best dressed man. Who are those two fellows sleeping in the back seats? Oh! it's just John Holverson and Dick Kreuger sleeping as usual. No, it can't be--here comes "Sure Shot Hough" back from her hunting trip in Africa for four foot rabbits. Look at the guy with the test tubes in his pockets. It's Duck Halverson, recently returned to S. H. S. to become the chemistry teacher. Time out for the commercial and here comes our dancing girls--Donna Bruesagar, Karen Burchadean, Bev Severson, Jean Skojolaas, Thyra Pieper, and Lois Broughton. As the girls bunny hop off the stage, a new attraction comes into the spotlight. It is "Poker Faced Oren" the highest paid comedian. After he has performed for only a few minutes, his manager Eddy Seils will hurry him off the stage to collect his ten percent. This is really impossible--but here is Dick Gjermo, the flag pole sitter, who has come down for the occasion. All of a sudden the entrance doors fly open and who do we see but Larry Lynch--late as usual. As I wander through the audience, I see Dale Bostrack, owner of the HER-KIE FUDGE CANDY COMPANY. Over there we see Bob Larson who is now a radar specialist on jet planes and his crew of service men, Marvin Gjertson, Micky Johnson, Dave Christenson, and Dave Munson. Now we see another sight it is Joan Olson bouncing her basketball down the aisle. We are now ready for another performance and as our spotlight centers on the stage we see Pat Horton and her ballet troupe consisting of--Margaret Helgerson, Kathryn Evenson, Pat Farr and Joan Lund. Again we come to the commercial for this program. At this time samples of our Daley Vitamins will be given you by the Happy Healthy Hostesses--Pat Slater, Audrey Lundeberg, Jane Gibbon, Janice Hill, Ellen Kane and Terry Ball-weg. That strange sound that you now hear is Bessie Paulson demonstrating the whistle she patented, called the Bessie Giggle. Now we will have a few words from the next Democratic nominee for the presidency--Berniece Reierson, who is accompanied by the candidate for vice-president, Lois Weston. Norbert Prein, who pole vaulted 90 feet on the moon, has just fainted due to the low altitude. Barbara Olson, LaVon Lockwood, and Lorraine Arneson and 24Virginia Schaefer registered nurses, rush in with their bottle----of smelling salts and revive him. For your entertainment we will now have a fashion show with world famous models, Margit Smedal, Janet Johnson and Sonia Ortman. All you lovely ladies can have figures like these if you go to Madame Georgia Wene's Reducing Salon, where Jim Quam the zoo keeper takes his pet elephant. Will the four ladies, Rose Ann Fitzgerald, Delores Kleven, Wanda Rudd, Arlene Pickerts, please remove their rings for the flashes are hindering T. V. reception. Don Peterson who recently bought out Arthur Murray, and his two assistants, Nancy Nelson and Sylvia Felland developed a new type of old-time dance, called a mambo. Lloyd Rowley, famous engineer, who dug a hole to China to see Mary Peterson, a teacher of Chinese music, is now trying to buy out half-interest in Francis Hammen's patent on the wheel. Francis is sponsored by Barry Beske, the universe's first quatramillionaire. Having parked their tractors out in front, Paul Nelson, John Gerber, Wayne Maertz, Harry Reese, Arne Sime, Darrell Hauge, and Gerald Graffin, co-inventors of the elevated farming system where you plant on both sides of the ground, have arrived. Having arrived to give a short talk on Marsmatics are Emily Johnson, Carol Everson, and Gail Greig, teachers of the primitive Martians. Also along for the trip are Ruth Jacobson and Carol Ast. Librarians on Mars. Two teeth-pickers, Sylvia Dahl and Mary Lou Kirby, have arrived in their flying dentis chairs to give us instructions on how to prepare false teeth that don't come out at night. Already a line is being formed to get these new teeth. They are Grant Schroeder, Chuck Moe, Deretta Streeter and John "Ed" Porter. Flash! Marv Johnson has a special announcement. Detective's Irv McLeod and Mike Fitzgerald have just raided the Club Kegonsa, owned by Dave Bjerke and Sam Moe. You can read all about it in the Nosey News morning edition, coedited by Carman Haley and Karen Cook. Squealing up to the curb in their hotrods are Charlene Weum, Marlene Holtan and Mayre Lou Thorson, famous stock car drivers who just came from the Mexican Road Race. Judges for the Mexican Road Race were Howard Skjolaas and Tom Asleson. Tonight we reserved a whole section of seats for "Re" Rideout and her F. E. S. P. K.'s. We notice that her litter has increased considerably since "55". Richard Quale phoned in to say that he is watching the program on the floor to ceiling T. V. set that he recently developed. We'd like to give an acknowledgement to Florence Maly and Shirley Brandt who prepared the script on their electronic, 1,000 word-a-minute typewriters. This is station S. H. S. T. V. signing off, having brought you wonderful glimpses of the class of "55". 25 Sylvia Dahl Mary Lou Kirby Russ HanSonClass Will Lorraine Arneson leaves her comb to Betty Hyland Tom Asleson leaves all the girls broken hearted Carol Ast leaves her sister Mary to take her place Terry Ballweg leaves without a word Barry Beske leaves quietly David Bjerke leaves the freshmen girls Dale Bostrack leaves Miss Glocke without an errand boy Shirley Brandt leaves her typewriter to Harvey Anderson Arlo Bredeson leaves his blondes all alone Lois Broughton leaves to find Jerry Rollie Brunsell leaves his inherited "gold bricking" in band to Kale Nichols Donna Brusegar leaves her height to Donella Manson Karen Burchadean leaves her sweet ways to Enola Waag David Christenson leaves; Miss Ransom can rest in peace Karen Cook leaves in her Nash, chasing a Chevy Sylvia Dahl leaves for her life as a career girl Nolan Daley leaves his bright red hair to some freshman as a guiding light Roger Erdahl leaves his walk to Donald Weum Kathryn Evenson leaves her dark hair to Audrey Johnson Marlene Holtan leaves to give a party Pat Farr leaves her study habits to George Waag Sylvia Felland and Nancy Nelson leave for Marlene's party Mike Fitzgerald and Irving McLeod leave to becpme private detectives Rose Ann Fitzgerald leaves for her diamond mine John Gerber leaves with a hoop and a yell Jane Gibbon leaves as first of the Gibbon sisters Richard Gjermo leaves Mr. Vike's bus without a vocalist Marvin Gjertson leaves for bigger and better things in the world Gerald Graffin leaves his hair to Mr. Lee Gail Greig wills two inches of her height to Neil Hendrickson Carmen Haley leaves her wisecracks to Rita Sperle Donald Halverson leaves two seats in the back row of the "Palace" to any Junior lovers Francis Hammen leaves his spade to any ambitious junior boy Russell Hanson leaves Miss Kelly with fond memories of her Senior English Class Darrell Hauge leaves his books, badly damaged from studying, to Ken Carpenter Carl Helgerson leaves his good looks to Dale Gjermo Margaret Helgerson leaves after her brother Robert Heydon leaves his bass to Jim Robertson Janice Hill leaves for "Hili's Cafe" Bob Hill leaves Rodney Spangler as a memory of "Rocky Hill and His Pebbles" Gary Hodge leaves so pedestrians can walk safely again John Holverson leaves to go home and sleep Pat Horton leaves for Edwards Park Susie Hough leaves in pursuit of her three foot rabbit Ruth Jacobson leaves her smile to any grumpy junior Emily Johnson leaves her quiet dignified way to Jeanne Fosdahl Janet Johnson leaves the Athletic Board without a right arm Marvin Johnson leaves his seat in band to A1 Mattison Michael Johnson leaves for the thirteenth time Ellen Kane and Delores Kleven leave for important engagements 26Mary Lou Kirby leaves as last of the Kirby Klan Richard "Bugs" Kreuger leaves with the boys Margaret Lang leaves for the wild blue yonder Bob Larson leaves his jokes to Dana Knaak LaVon Lockwood leaves Mr. Lee without a "heckler" in band Joan Lund leaves her basketball ability to Thea Holtan Audrey Lundeberg leaves for the restaurant Larry Lynch leaves the freshman girls without a chauffeur Wayne Maerz leaves--destination unknown Florence Maly leaves the rest of the work to Miss McNett Bill Martin and Sally Knudson leave playing a duet Donald Matson leaves for the garage Chuck Moe leaves Norman to drive his souped up Ford Sam Moe leaves his pleasant ways to John Gullickson Richard Mullen leaves on his motorcycle David Munson leaves his love for school work to Jerry Peterson Paul Nelson leaves Stoughton without a "Silent Sam" Ronald Nelson leaves Mr. Oscar with a quiet study hall Barbara Olson leaves for a slumber party with the F. E. S. P. K's Joan Olson leaves Evansville to Patty Aaberg Phil Oren leaves his curly hair to Mr. Matthias Sonia Ortman leaves her sisters to carry on that famous name Bessie Paulson leaves giggling Donald Peterson leaves his old time dancing to David Larson Mary Peterson leaves with a pile of books Arlene Pickarts leaves with few regrets Thyra Pieper leaves looking for her last years graduate John Porter leaves for Cooksville Norbert Prien leaves his hot rod to Kenton Onsrud Richard Quale leaves his presidential duties to next years senior president Jim Quam leaves for Indian Ford to visit Ron R ? Harry Reese leaves his bashful ways to Richard Holtan Berniece Reierson leaves Philo without an able president Re Rideout leaves her Homecoming crown to next years lucky queen. Wilson Rossman leaves for the fish camp Lloyd Rowley leaves carrying Mary Peterson's books Wanda Rudd leaves to accompany a singer Virginia Schaefer leaves in her Oldsmobile Grant Schroeder leaves Carol with a sign "Hands Off" Ronnie Seffens leaves, still in a wrestling hold Eddy Seils leaves in pursuit of Susie Beverly Severson leaves without a sound Arne Sime leaves his busy ways to Leo Thorsen Cora Skjolaas leaves as quietly as she came Howard Skjolaas leaves with his International hitting on all six Pat Slater leaves for the Jayaness Margit Smedal leaves in a dark green Ford Deretta Streeter leaves for the W. A. F.'s Mike Thomas leaves his vocabulary to Dick Ayen Mayre Thorsen leaves for a dance at Edwards Park David Utter forgets to leave because he fell asleep Howard Venden leaves with his guitar to find Dick Johnson Georgia Wene leaves for the Jayaness to wait for the guards Bob Wersland leaves his Athletic Board troubles to some lucky junior Lois Weston leaves for the post office to mail a letter Charleen Weum leaves to see if Edgerton is booming Duane Hestness leaves last so he can hold the door for the rest 27ROW fc M. Berge J. Burlingame, C. Busch, Y. Anderson, M. Ast. ROW 2; N. Anderson, R. Ayen, H. Anderson Bruce Barr, K. Anderson, J. Almond. ROW 3: L. Dahl, R. Bowen, L. Anderson, S. Cook, P. Caves. Juniors ROW 1: S. Erdahl, D. Gunsolus, J. Gretebeck, G. Gibbon, E. Havey. ROW 2: L. Hanson. A. Halverson, K. Gus-loff. K. Gjesrson, L. Gunderson, B. Farr, S. Fairman. ROW 3: S. Daley, R. Drogsvold, R. Hanson. D. Goodwin, M. Hanson, B. Doane. 28ROW 1: K. Kloften, B. Hocking, A. Johnson, D. Jacobson, B. Hyland. ROW 2: D. Knaak, S. Lund, R. Jerdee, K. Klinefelter, G. Hove. ROW 3: M. Johnson, J. Johansen, J. Lamers, T. Holtan, L. Kittleson, D. Hoverson. ROW 1: A. Nelson, S. Nelson, G. Miller, P. Aaberg, D. Olson. ROW 2: Mary J. Olson, R. Nelson, B. Nelson, C. Olson, L. Olson, C. Nelson. ROW 3: C. Lunde, D. Manson, F. Leikness, D. Leikness, J. Lecy, E. Mjelde, S. Mc-Kercher. 29ROW 1: R. Gullickson, K. Onsrud, R. Schluter, K. Rambo, J. Robertson. ROW 2: V. Skjolaas, D. Schaefer, M. Solheim, V. Parr, C. Segebrecht, F. Sawyer, Mary L. Olson. ROW 3: J. Skoien, R. Nelson. R. Rutlin, K. Sllndei T. Pliner, D. Skavlen. ROW 1: N. Zemke, C. Strommen, D. Wersland, M. Woodstock, N. Starks. ROW 2; R. Sperle, R. Young, S. Straa-valdson, N. Swenson, B. Streeter. ROW 3: S. Solheim, R. Spilde, J. Tamblingson, R. Spangler, B. Sprenger.Prom At the 1955 Prom, the promenaders danced to the theme "In Apple Blossom Time". The gymnasium was decorated with pastel pink and green. King Harvey Anderson and Queen Susan McKercher reigned over the promenaders. Everyone danced to the smooth music of Wally Stebbins and his orchestra. 31ROW 1: R. Boyd, J. Amundson, D. Bjerk, S. Brusegar, W. Aaberg. ROW 2: R. Crawford, R. Bringa, E. Ayen, J. Broughton, H. Brandt, J. Christopherson. ROW 3: S. Brekke, M. Anderson, W. Atkinson, E. Anderson, K. Carpenter. Sophomores ROW 1: C. Doering, S. Felio, D. Halverson, A. Davis, M. Danks. ROW 2: D. Doane, J. Ehle, C. Gunsolus, C. Gerard, B. Gerber, P. Dalsoren. ROW 3: D. Gjestson, M. Grefshiem, S. Everson, S. Fosdahl, R. Giddley, C. Gunderson, R. Grady. 32ROW 1: D. Holtan, S. Anderson, L. Halverson, R. Kittieson, F. Augustine. ROW 2: H. Harried, L. Ingraham, J. -Gullixson, S. Haried, R. Horner, R. Asleson. ROW 3: D. Keenan, J. Buhk, J. Hoveland, C. Hildy, S. Halverson, P. Hawkinson, M. Hanson. ROW 4: M. Fosdal, D. Hoffman, R. Bothum, R. Anderson, L. Jacobson, G. Herman-son. ROW 1: N. Larson, Marilyn Nelson, Margaret Nelson, P. Nelson, M. Mikkelson. ROW 2: N. Leikness, M. Moe, L. Kleven, C. Maerz, N. Moe, A. Mattison, K. Nelson, K. Kilen. ROW 3: S. Leikness, P. Hanson, K. Nichols, D. Larson, D. Moe, R. Kluever, C. Munson, D. Kleven. 33ROW 1: N. Olson, J. Simpson, J. Rucks, V. Olson, B. Richter. ROW 2: M. Peterson, L. Phillips, J. Quale, M. Skjolaas, P. Nysather, M. Olson, Y. Rudd. ROW 3: P. Olson, A. Page, C. Nitzsche, E. Mennes, R. Piepe'r, J. Robertson, C. Overland. ROW 1: J. Woodstock, R. Skau, F. Sundby, D. Stolen, J. Stokstad. ROW 2: J. Usher, S. Smithback, E. Sper-loen, L. Veum, S. Weum, L. Thorsen. ROW 3: P. Tofte, H. Vike, G. Waag, L. Vingum, L. Utter. ROW 4: J. Turner, D. Weum, P. Turner, A. Vick. 34ROW 1: P. Carpenter, A. Dalsoren, P. Christopher, C. Brekken, J. Christenson. ROW 2: C. Crary, G. Anderson, B. Bullard, F. Amacher, M. Bovre, B. Blandford. ROW 3: C. Cook, K. Bryant, R. Deeneen, J. Bitter, O. Bjugstad, O. Brekke. ROW 4: H. Boersma, C. Curless, L. Browne, B. Bell, j. Brophy, S. Armstrong. Freshmen ROW 1: N. Fosdal, K. Gre.fsheim, R. Ehle, M. Fairman, N. Erickson. ROW 2: G. Gryttenholm, G. Haas, F. Gibbon, R. Gullickson, L. Hack, L. Edwards. ROW 3: J. Fosdahl, Y. Ehle, N. Freund, S. Erickson, M. Halverson, R. Doxtator. ROW 4: A. Hack. J. Halverson, D. Edwards, D. Fredenberg, R. Elliker, D. Gjermo. 35ROW 1: J. Johnston, N. Hoel, P. Johnson, N. Jacobson, B. Janes. ROW 2: N. Henrickson, G. Karberg, R. Johnson, P. Hvam, S. Halverson, R. Jacobson, R. Jarman. ROW 3: R. Hoff, R. Holtan, D. Hanson, R. Jackson, P. Hanson, D. Hauge. ROW 4: M. Hanson, K. Hodges, J. Hanson, J. Hough, C. Henderson. ROW1: E. Midthun, S. Natvig, R. Moe, R. Mauer, J. Lovick. ROW 2: K. Mangan, D. Kittleson, D. Nordberg, J. Lester, P. Leikness, B. Martinson, J. Maly. ROW 3: M. Murkve, B. Monson, J. Lecy, A. Nordholm, A. Larson, P. Nelson. ROW 4: L. Kittleson, M. Lenzer, P. LaFleur, F. Lang, H. Kind, M, Nelson. 36ROW 1: D. Quale, M. Olson, D. Nygaard, S. Peterson, J. Ortman. ROW 2: D. Serch, D. Olson, J. Nordness, C. Reese, J. Olson, J. Peterson, M. Sime. ROW 3: C. Rothermell, R. Obrecht, E. Ring, T. Renvick, P. Poffinbarger, L. Platt, R. Seffens. ROW 4: P. Severin, S. Showers, B. Rothermell, R. Quamme, P. Noyce, S. Olson, S. Nor-garen. ROW 1: B. Wells, M. Strand, R. Straavaldson, K. Spangler, H. Trieloff. ROW 2: A. Swenson, D. Wick, R. Thompson, J. Skavlen, J. Strommen. ROW 3: F. Skinner, J. Witzel, C. Tomlin, M. Thompson, H. Stockstad, N. Skoien. ROW 4: D. Streich, H. Streeter, E. Swangstu, J. Udstuen, R. Thurner, D. Weston. 37LIONS AWARD: ROW 1: S. Felland, B. Reierson, S. Brandt. ROW 2: J. Gerber, W. Martin, R. Hanson. The awards mentioned on these pages are given to students who have accomplished much in their high school careers. The awards were chosen by a faculty committee. The National Honor Society award is given for scholarship, leadership, character, and service. The Rotary Jr. Service award is given on the grounds of service to the school and community. The Good Citizen award is given on the basis of honesty, friendliness, and consideration for others and service to the school A sports award GOOD CITIZEN AWARD: ROW 1: J. Gibbon, V. Schaefer, L. Arneson, N. Nelson, D. Kleven. ROW 2: C. Ever son, R. Wersland. D. Utter, B. Beske, D. Matson, J. Johnson. 38LEGION AWARD R. Nelson ROTARYJUNIORSERVICEAWARD: ROW1: C. Hajey, M. Peterson. S. Dahl. ROW 2: S. Brandt, L. Rowley, A. Bredeson. is given to a senior boy who has been outstanding in sports in high school; this is the American Legion award. Each year the Lions Club presents an award in every field of study offered by our school. These awards are given to the students who have taken all the subjects. The D. A. R. award is given to a senior girl on the basis of good citizenship. This award makes her eligible for another D. A. R. award given to the state winner. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: ROW 1: M. Kirby, L. Lockwood, ,F. Maly, S. Felland, C. Haley, B. Reierson, G. Gibbon, M. Peterson. ROW 2: D. Olson, J. Johansen, S. Brandt, S. Knudson, M. Thomas, W. Martin, L. Rowley, R. Hanson, B. Olson, M. Solheim, K. Cook. 39Spoon Each year one of the six highest scholastically averaged Junior girls is chosen by her classmates to receive the spoon. The Junior Class has chosen this year's receiver to be Mary Sol-heim. Spade As in the case of the spoon, from the six highest scholastically averaged boys in the Junior Class, one is chosen by his classmates to receive the spade. This year Lowell Dahl received the spade. 40A Team ROW 1: P. Oren, E. Seils, R. Wersland, R. Nelson, J. Quam, D. Utter, H. Sjkolaas, A. Bredeson, G. Schroeder, R. Larson. ROW 2: G. Peterson, H. Reese, T. Pliner, W. Doane, D. Hoverson, P. Caves, K. Slinde, L. Rowley, P. Barber. ROW 3: Mr. Matthias, R. Seffens, L. Kleven, D. Hoffman, M. Johnson, N. Moe, A. Davis, R. Horner, D. Gjestson, Mr. Schnurr. Football This year our team had as returning lettermen, Captain Bob Wersland, Ed Seils, Ronnie Nelson, Phil Oren, Bob Larson, Dave Utter, Bill Doane, Terry Pliner, Don Hoverson, Grant Schroeder, and Keith Slinde. Three of the boys made all-conference: Phil Caves, Dave Utter, and Don Hoverson. Although we had good material this year they did not seem to work together and thus did not win all of the games because of the fine teams of our opponents in the Badger Conference. Many of the team's outstanding members were seniors and though we are losing them we hope that both old and new members of the 55 - 56 team will do equally well or better. 42B Team ROW 1: G. Gryttenholm, S. Grady, J. Strommen, R. Holtan, J. Quale, P. Nysather. ROW 2: R. Ehle, F. Sundby, R. Obrecht, H. Boersma, E. Ring, D. Stolen, N. Skoien, D. Gjermo. ROW 3: M. Hanson, T. Renvick, S. Armstrong, D. Kleven, G. Turner, L. Jacobson, D. Larson, D. Holtan, O. Brekke. ROW 4: P. UFleur, L. Kittleson, D. Edwards, H. Fossen, P. Turner, J. Hanson, D. Moe, E. Swangstu, P. Poffinbarger. Stoughton 7 Jeffer son 27 20 Lake Mills 6 13 Middleton 14 12 Monroe 26 27 Milton 13 6 Fort Atkinson 20 13 Evansville 12 7 Edgerton 18 43A Team ROW 1; B. Barr, H. Anderson, K. Slinde, D. Hoverson, R. Nelson, A. Bredeson, J. Peterson. ROW 2: P. LaFleur, J. Broughton, R. Kluever, P. Hawkinson, E. Swangstu, Mr. Schnurr. Basketball This year the team, with returning lettermen, Don Hoverson, Arlo Bredeson, Ronnie Nelson, Harvey Anderson, and Keith Slinde started out the season with a losing streak but came back with some very tough competition for our opposition who also had very good teams. They showed us their stuff when they put up a good fight at the sectional tournament. The team was led by their outstanding captain, Arlo Bredeson. The competition held our team down to their minimum wins, but they did their best and we are grateful to them for it. Our B team also had good material this year and came through to win almost equally as many as the A team. 45B Team ROW 1: N. Skoien, O. Brekke, S. Armstrong, W. Atkinson, D. Edwards, E. Swangstu, C. Gunderson. ROW 2: S. Grady, T. Renvick, L. Browne, E. Browne, P. Poffinbarger, P. LaFleur. Basketball Edgewood 82 Stoughton 62 Jefferson 64 »1 51 Madison West 79 It 52 Milton 44 II 66 Middleton 77 11 65 Fort Atkinson 53 11 61 Monroe 69 II 55 Edge rton 69 11 64 Milton 44 1 1 50 Edgewood 62 II 64 Middleton 70 II 65 Jefferson 51 11 67 Evansville 47 II 61 Lake Mills 64 II 62 Wisconsin High 70 11 48 Lake Gene a 77 II 88 46Wrestling ROW 1: R. Quale, R. Seffens, N. Prein, R. Erdahl, P. Nysather, G. Gryttenholm, K. Onsrud. ROW 2: P. Barber, A. Davis, R. Mullen, D. Utter, V. Deneen, M Hanson, D. Kleven, H. Boersma, Mr. Matthias. This year for the first time, wrestling was included in the athletic program of Stoughton High School; this is definitely proved by the number of boys who went out for the sport and their enthusiasm. The boys did well under the excellent coaching job of Mr. Matthias in their competition with other schools. They had to work hard to do the fine job they did. At the match between Stoughton and Prairie du Sac the entire student body was able to seethe wrestlers. We are all looking forward to a fine wrestling team to represent Stoughton High next year. 47ROW 1: D. Quale, G. Gryttenholm. ROW 2: R. Rutlin, M. Johnson, R. Nelson, L. Anderson, D. Hoverson, H. Anderson, D. Christenson, D. Hauge, L. Brant. ROW 3: R. Homer, R. Kreuger, J. Woodstock, L. Kleven, M. Hanson, A. Bredeson, C. Helgerson, W. Doane, M. Nelson, H. Vike, D. Kleven, R. Grady, R. Jackson, Mr. Matthias. Baseball Track ROW 1: Mr. Oscar, J. Witzel, P. Nysather, S. Anderson, D. Gjermo, A. Davis, J. Quale. ROW 2: R. Seffens, P. LaFleur, R. Wersland, T. Pliner, B. Beske, P. Poffinbarger, R. Heinzeroth. ■18Mr. Schnurr, M. Thomas, E Mennes, P. Turner, R. Hanson, D. Bostrack. Golf Tennis ROW 1: J. Strommen, J. Gullickson, O. Brekke, G. Peterson. ROW 2: J. Christopherson, G. Hass, C.Curless.J. Lecy, Bruce Barr, Barton Barr, L. Vingum, M. Anderson, Mr. Reighard. 49M. Kirby, M. Solheim, S. McKercher, D. Matson, J. Johansen, J. Ehle. Cheerleaders ROW 1; L. Utter, E. Sperloen, C. Gunsolus, K. Bryant. ROW 2: S. Harried, R. Jacobson. 50fi£D-C o5S ORGHNIZRTION Mrs. Jensen C. Overland, T. Holtan, A. Nordholm Michael Thomas Yahara The Yahara Staff meets every Wednesday night in room H 205. Little does one realize the immense amount of work that goes into putting out a publication such as this. It is accomplished by long hours of tedious work. Plans have to be made for pictures and copy work. Therefore, first they work on a calendar and then proceed to special headings or individual write-ups. One of the greatest jobs is proofreading. These are just a few of the numerous editorial tasks. Our main aim is to print a book that in future years will bring memories of high school days. Teams, organizations, classes and snap shots are printed here to preserve for you a record of happy high school activities. ROW 1: K. Mangan, N. Freund, J. Lamers, C. Rothermell. ROW 2: J. Hough, K. Bryant, L. Rowley, E. Rideout. ROW 3: E. Mennes, L. Weston, G. Wene, B. Olson, K. Anderson. ROW 4: S. Olson, D. Fredenberg, M. Smedal. 52Parrot The Parrot is made available through the tireless efforts of the Parrot Staff. The editors-in-chief of the Parrot have a big responsibility in editing the paper. They have working under them, a news editor, a feature editor, an exchange editor, a business manager and a business staff, typists and columnists. The complete staff is advised by Mrs. Bruder. When ads and assignments are all handed in, they are proofread and then sent down to the Stoughton Courier Hub Office. It is up to the page editor to decide on the arrangements of the paper and the dummy is made. When the dummy is completed it goes to be printed, as a sample of the paper. It is finally proofread to eliminate every error. As soon as the copies are run off at the Hub, they are delivered to the school and then to you. The financial end of the Parrot is under the eyes of the business manager. The majority of the paper's income is derived through the adve rtising of the Stoughton business men. Most merchants place an ad, not to increase business, but to show their interests in the school. We hope they realize they are our sole source of income. The membership on the Parrot staff is on a voluntary basis. As you well see it is no easy task to put out a school paper. Mrs. Bruder Karen Cook Carmen Haley ROW 1: K. Mangan. B. Hyland, G. Gibbon, R. Sperle, W. Rudd. ROW 2: V. Skjolaas.V. Schaefer, D. Jacobson, J. Gretebeck, P. Aaberg, S. Nelson, N. Swenson. ROW 3 : C. Cook. D. Schaefer, P. Tofte, J. Johansen, A. Johnson, D. Bjerk.Y. Rudd, L. Lockwood. ROW 4: N. Larson, P. Olson, E. Mjelde, K. Gus-loff, Y. Anderson, M. Solheim, A. Nordholm. ROW 5: C. Lunde, T. Hohan, S. McKercher, S. Olson. J. Robertson, S. Fairman, C. Nitzsche, S. Halverson. 53Mt. Lee The Stoughton High School Band, which is under the direction of Richard E. Lee, had a very successful year. The band was very active, having performed at football games. The smaller pep band did an excellent job playing at basketball games. The bands helped further by playing at all pep programs. They made many of these programs a success. For the annual Homecoming football game, the band put on an oldfashioned "mellerdram-mer", the theme of which was the villain fighting with our hero for the farmer's daughter. Although there were few people at the football games because of the weather, those at the games enjoyed the bands performances very much. Each year Stoughton, Edgerton, and Fort Atkinson bands Band ROW 1: S. Knudson, M. Smedal, M. Johnson, B. Olson, K. Gusloff, P. Hanson, J. Amundson, J. Gibbon, E. Mjelde. ROW2: N. Larson,C. Nitzsche, K. Cook, C. Segebrecht, J. Usher, J Ehle, L. Weston, P. Dalsoren, E. Havey, G. Wens, S. Felio, G. Gibbon, V. Skjolaas, C. Cook, C. Tomlin. ROW 3: L. Veum, L. Utter, L. Lockwood, M. Johnson, A. Mattison, S. Halverson, D. Nygaard, J. Porter, R. Skau. A. Page, K. Anderson, B. Nelson, M. Thomas, L. Ingraham, K. Kloften, C. Gunsolus, C. Reese, M. Kirby 54perform at one of the other's games. This year our unit was invited to Fort Atkinson and was host to the Edgerton band. The band had many other activities. It performed in the Christmas program. Two spring concerts were held. Several of the band members played at a massed band concert held in Fort Atkinson. The two most important events of the year were partaking in the Whitewater solo and ensemble contest and spring music festival. At the music festival, the band was judged on marching, concert performance, and sight reading. Mr. Lee and the band should be congratulated on the fine work that they have done during the year. ROW4: A. Johnson, C. Lunde, E. Waag, M. Danks, E. Olson, K. Nelson, C. Everson, R. Erdahl, K. Onsrud, R. Spangler, S. Solheim, J. Broughton, R. Mullen, R. Gjermo, W. Martin, R. Brunsell, E. Rideout, E. Sper-loen, P. Nysather, M. Anderson, R. Grady, P. Turner, C. Overland, Janet Robertson. ROW 5: T. Holtan, Mr. Lee, D. Gjestson, L. Anderson, Jim Robertson, D. Bjerke, R. Heydon, K. Nichols. R. Hill, L. Rowley, S. Brekke, R. Hanson, M. Solheim, J. Johansen, M. Nelson, V. Olson, R. Sperle, S. Harried. 55Miss Strommen A Cappella This year the S. H. S. A Cappella choir consisted of 54 members under the direction of Miss Strommen. A beautiful float was made for Homecoming and received third prize. Another activity which Miss Strommen directed very well was the annual Christmas program. Its theme this year was A CHILD'S DREAM. Four sopranos, four altos, two tenors and a bass went to Whitewater and Jefferson to participate in Massec Choir concerts. Many solos and ensembles were entered in the contests in Whitewater this year. All did very well. The chorus gave a wonderful performance at the spring concert and did very well at the Music Festival at Whitewater, in which all of the members took part. The choir also sang at a few assemblies and gave an exchange concert with Fort Atkinson. Because of the increase of members in the choir, this year they purchased a pumber of new gowns. All in all, the A Cappella did an excellent job this year. ROW 1: D. Gunsolas, R. Jerdee, C. Busch, J. Olson, N. Starks, J. Buhk, E. Rideout, R. Straavaldson, M. Bovre, J. Gretebeck.M. Berge. ROW 2: T. Ballweg, W. Rudd, B. Hocking, L. Platt, V. Olson, S. Solheim, S. McKercher, L. Weston, C. Nelson, J, Usher, S. Nelson, L. Broughton, R. Gullickson, B. Hyland. ROW 3: N. Peterson, P. Farr, S. Peterson,J. Johnson, B. Farr, C. Everson, K. Gjestson, T. Holtan, M. Smedal, S. Knudson, G. Wene, B. Olson, D. Streich, J. Lamers, N. Swenson. ROW 4: J. Turner, P. Poffinbarger, R. Heinzeroth, R. Hanson, D. Fredenberg, R. Brunsell, R. Heydon, K. Anderson, R. Hill, R. Snyder, C. Overland, D. Gjestson, A. Mattison, R. Erdahl. 56ROW 1: D. Olson, Bruce Barr, C. Gunderson. ROW 2: Mr. Netterblad, R. Giddley, J. Skoien, Barton Barr, D. Skavlen, G. Hove. Ushers Red Cross ROW 1: Miss Kelly, F. Gibbon, P. Farr, J. Gibbon. R. Gullickson. ROW 2: R. Straavaldson, D. Streeter, W. Rudd, T. Ballweg, S. Peterson, C. Cook, N. Swenson. ROW 3: B. Munson, S. Smithback, K. Evenson, L. Olson, D. Wersland, C. Everson, S. Fairman, M. Lang. 57G. A. A Miss Reek This year, as in former years, the Stoughton High School girls have taken part in the Girl's Athletic Association, better known as G.A.A. Supervised by Miss Reek, the organization has as its purposes the development of skills, and the art of having fun. Each sport ended in keen competition between class teams. There are two groups of officers. The officers of night G.A.A. are: President, Sylvia Felland; Vice President, Janet Johnson; Secretary, Sylvia Dahl. Noon G.A.A. officers consist of President Carmen Haley; Vice President, Florence Maly and Secretary, Janet Robertson. The treasurer of 54-55 was Mary Solheim. There is a goal for each member of this organization to achieve. If a girl meets all the requirements during two years membership, she earns a letter. After four years of membership, she receives a G.A.A. pin. These awards are considered both honorable and satisfactory. ROW 1; K. Burchadean, L. Broughton, M. Bovre, B. Bland ford, B. Bullard. ROW 2: C. Ast,D. Bjerk, P. Olson, P. Aaberg, J. Amundson, C. Busch, M. Berge. ROW 3: V. Anderson, S. Brandt, S. Brekke, K. Bryant, N. Anderson, M. Ast. ROW 1: F. Gibbon, P. Farr, S. Felland, R. Gullickson, Y. Ehle. ROW 2: J. Ehle, G. Gibbon, J. Fosdahl, J. Gibbon, S. Er-dahl, S. Dahl, D. Doane. ROW 3: C. Gunsolus, N. Freund, J. Burlingame, J. Gretebeck, L. Edwards, P. Dalsoren, S. Felio. ROW 4: R. Deneen, C. Everson, M. Gre fshie m , C. Cook, B. Farr, K. Gjestson. 58ROW 1: B. Hyland, S. Harried, R. Jacobson, S. Halverson, L. Ingraham. ROW 2: E. Havey, A. Halverson, B. Hocking, M. Hanson, D. Jacobson, M. Holtan, C. Haley. ROW 3: B. Janes, M. Halverson, P. Hanson, S. Halverson, N. Hoel. ROW 4: D. Halverson, C. Hildy, T. Holtan, K. Gusloff, J. Hoveland. ROW 1:K. Kloften, M. Kirby, D. Kittle-son, G. Karberg, R. Jerdee. ROW 2: J. Johnson, M. Johnson, J. Johansen, A. Johnson, D. Keenan, K. Kilen. ROW 3: N. Larson, J. Johnson, J. Lecy, S. Knud-son, L. Lockwood, S. Hough. ROW 1: K. Mangan, M. Moe, B. Nelson, N. Nelson, K. Nelson. ROW 2: C. Nelson, R. Nelson, Margaret Nelson, Marilyn Nelson, Marilyn Nelson, B. Monson, S. Nelson, P. Nelson. ROW 3: C. Lunde, D. Manson, J. Lund, F. Maly, E. Mjelde, S. Nelson, C. Nitzsche. 59ROW 1: D. Nordberg, D. Olson, Sonja Ortman, J. Olson, B. Paulson. ROW 2: M. Peterson, T. Pieper, Sharon Ortman, D. Nygaard, Mary A. Olson, S. Peterson, L. Olson, E. Olson. ROW 3: A. Page, C. Olson, S. Olson, B. Olson, A. Nord-holm, Mary J. Olson, V. Olson. ROW 1: B. Reierson, V. Schaefer, R. Sperle, P. Slater, E. Rideout. ROW 2: J. Simpson, Y. Rudd, S. Smithback, B. Skjolaas, C. Reese, F. Skinner. ROW 3: J. Rucks, D. Schaefer, B. Sprenger, E. Sperloen, B. Richter, M. Solheim, K. Spangler. ROW 4: C. Segebrecht, C. Strommen, K. Rambo, M. Smedal, J. Robertson, P. Severin. ROW 1: B. Streeter, S. Weum, R. Young, S. Straavaldson, R. Straavaldson. ROW 2: M. Thorsen, L. Utter, L. Veum, N. Swenson, P. Tofte. ROW 3: N. Zemke, M. Woodstock, N. Starks, M. Thompson, C. Tomlin, D. Wersland. ROW 4: D. Streich, E. Waag, G. Wene, L. Weston, J. Stockstad. 60ROW 1: M. L. Olson, S. Erdahl, W. Rudd, L. Broughton, C. Ast, D. Brusegar. ROW 2: D. Streeter, B. Severson, L. Arneson, D. Kleven, T. Ballweg, R. Straavaldson, D. Nordberg, M. Berge. ROW 3: S. Felland, M. Lang, A. Lundeberg, Y. Rudd, B. Streeter, J. Simpson, S. Felio, S. Brusegar, M. Moe, C. Gerard, M. L. Thorsen. ROW 4: C. Cook, J. Johnson, P. Tofte, R. Nelson, J. Stockstad, S. Ortman, J. Olson, P. Dalsoren, M. Hanson, K. Cook, S. Hough, M. Holtan. ROW 5: R. Jacobson, K. Evenson, D. Halvorson, S. Halverson, D. Streich, K. Rambo, D. Manson, M. J. Olson, J. Hoveland, V. Anderson. F. H. A. F. F. A. ROW 1: R. Heydon, H. Reese, W. Maerz, R. Hill. J. Gerber, H. Skjolaas, J. Porter. ROW 2: D. Peterson, S. Moe, A. Davis, L. Kleven, M. Skjolaas, F. Augustine, C. Brekken, A. Dalsoren, R. Moe. ROW 3: R. Tofte, R. Hanson, R. Spilde, M. Fosdahl, L. Jacobson, D. Kleven, K. Nichols. H. Brandt. ROW 4: L. Lynch, C. Moe, R. Gjermo, H. Fossen, A. Sime, G. Graffin, K. Fossen, P. Nelson, Mr. Doering. 61ROW 1:C. Ast, J. Johnson, V. Schaefer, V. Anderson, A. Nelson. ROW 2: B. Bullard, M. Murkve, A. Halverson, C. Rothermell, A. Pickarts, M. Moe. ROW 3: B. Rudd, J. Johansen, S. Halverson, K. Gjestson, M. Jacobson, S. Erickson. ROW 4: N. Welty. M. Ast, R. Jacobson, K. Rambo, K. Klinefelter, B. Sprenger. Librarians S-Teens ROW 1:R. Jerdee.R. Jacobson, J. Gretebeck, P. Aaberg, D. Olson, D. Jacobson. ROW 2: S. Smithback, E. Olson, K. Nelson, F. Gibbon, B. Blandford, D. Nygaard, R. Gullickson, B. Bullard, B. Hyland. ROW 3: B. Paulson, P. Severin, M. Harried,C. Rothermell,C. Tomlin. D. Bjerk, P. Olson, B. Sprenger, K. Spangler. ROW 4: C. Lunde, M. Halverson, P. Hanson, M. Thompson, S. Fairman, T. Holtan, S. McKercher, N. Waag, S. Nelson. 62ROW 1: N. Starks,L. Platt, P. Farr, N. Swenson. ROW 2: Mrs. Van Slocteren, C. Nitzsche, N. Welty, M. Smedal, D. Schaefer, C. Haley. F. T. A. Forensics ROW 1: S. Dahl, M. Kirby, D. Olson, L. Utter, J. Ehle, S. Harried, J. Lester, M. Bovre, R. Gullickson, C. Haley. ROW 2: G. Haas, F. Gibbon, C. Gunsolas, H. Sperloen, K. Mangan, R. Jacobson, S. Peterson, A. Nelson, R. Jer-dee, V. Schaefer, K. Cook, L. Veum, N. Freund, L. Lockwood. ROW 3: M. Thompson, C. Tomlin, D. Gjestson, F. Sawyer, P. Nelson, J. Johnson, B. Rudd, P. Tofte, C. Cook, D. Schaefer, B. Skjolaas, B. Martinson, B. Bullard. ROW 4: J. Amundson, C. Overland, J. Stockstad, R. Doxtator, C. Hildy, M. Woodstock, S. Halverson, A. Page, J. Johnston, C. Nitzsche, M. Solheim.J. Johansen, A. Nordholm, J. Turner. ROW 5: N. Larson, L. Platt, R. Quale, S. Olson, S. Brekke, R. Ayen.K. Anderson, T. Holtan, S. Knudson, M. Smedal, S. Fairman, D. Streich, E. Mjelde, M. Nelson, D. Keenan. 63ROW 1: F. Maly, B. Reierson, M. Peterson, L. Lockwood, G. Gibbon, R. Jerdee, N. Nelson. ROW 2: C. Haley, L. Hanson, A. Johnson, S. Hough, K. Cook, M. Kirby, B. Skjolaas, S. Felland. ROW 3: D. Schaefer, F. Sawyer, J. Johnson, D. Olson, M. Solheim, K. Gusloff, E Waag, M. Johnson, J. Johansen, Miss Benson. ROW 4: S. Brandt, S. Knudson, J. Robertson, C. Lunde, T. Holtan, M. Smedal, E Mjelde, G. Wene, B. Olson. Philo S-Club ROW 1: D. Bostrack, N. Moe, M. Johnson, D. Knaak. R. Seffens, G. Peterson. ROW 2: Mr. Schnurr, R. Larson, G.'Schroeder, P. Oren, P. Barber, E Horner, R. Wersland. ROW 3: H. Skjolaas, R. Hanson, A. Bredeson, E Seils, L. Kleven, A. Davis, R. Heinzeroth. ROW 4: L. Anderson, D. Halverson. J. Quam, M. Johnson, D. Hoverson, K. Slinde, R. Nelson. 64ROW 1: M. Peterson, A. Nelson, V. Skjolaas, K. Mangan, M. Kirby, J. Ehle. ROW 2: D. Knaak, N. Freund, J. Johansen, J. Olson, C. Olson, D. Olson, S. Harried. ROW 3: J. Broughton, M. Hanson, J. Turner, A. Nordholm, M. Solheim, R. Horner, R. Grady, C. Overland. ROW 4: S. Knudson, S. Olson, T. Pliner, M. Anderson, D. Utter, E. Mjelde, M. Nelson. One Act Plays School Personnel ROW 1:Lloyd Buskager. Mrs. Melvin Strommen, Mrs. Mary Nundal, Mrs. George Frei, George McFarland. ROW 2: Ralph Hanson, Howard Arneson, Lawerence Vike, Earl Trow, Harry Bavery, LeRoy Halverson. 65The Junior Class chose for their class play "Seven Sisters", a comedy in three acts. The play is centered around seven Hungarian sisters who are strictly disciplined by their mother. The sisters must be married off in the order of their birth according to custom. The Play takes place in the early 1900's. Very much credit can be given to Miss Glocke for her fine supervision and capable direction. The play was a complete success and an enjoyable presentation. All in all it was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone. Mrs. Gyurkovics . Katinka........... Sari.............. Ella.............. Mitzi ............ Terka ............ Liza.............. Klara............. Colonel Radviany Gida Radviany . . , Michael Sandorffy Toni Teleki . . . , Janko ............ Thea Mae Holtan . . Mary Solheim . . . Erica Mjelde Margaret Johnson . JoAnn Johansen . . . .Diane Olson . Audrey Johnson . Glenda Gibbon . . . . Terry Pliner . . .Richard Ayen . . . Keith Slinde . Keith Anderson . . Kenton Onsrud Class Plays Miss Glocke Junior Class Play ROW 1: J. Johansen, D. Knaak, M. Solheim, G. Gibbon. ROW 2: M. Johnson, D. Olson. A. Johnson, K. Onsrud, E. Mjelde. ROW 3: T. Holtan, R. Ayen, K. Anderson, T. Pliner. 66"Kind Lady" was used as their class play by the Seniors. Miss Glocke directed the play. This is a play of some distinction and requires more sustained acting than many plays. The story concerns a Miss Mary Her ries who is held prisoner in her own home by a man whom she has befriended. He and his henchmen are just about to gain complete control of her fortune when she finally gets the truth to the outside world. All parts were well done, both the dramatic and comedy parts. Mary Herries . . Lucy Weston . . , Rose........... Phyllis........ Mrs. Edwards . . Aggie........... Ada............. Henry Abbott. . Mr. Foster . . . . Mr. Edwards . . . Peter Stanford . . Gustiv Rosenberg Doctor.......... . . . Sylvia Dahl Margit Smedal . . Karen Cook Mary Lou Kirby .Carmen Haley . Lois Broughton . .Janet Johnson . Bob Wersland . . . Dick Quale . . Dick Gjermo . . . . Phil Oren . . Russ Hanson ... Bob Larson Senior Class Play ROW 1: J. Johnson, L. Broughton, M Smedal, K. Cook. S. Dahl, M. Kirby. ROW 2: R. Larson, R. Wersland, R. Gjermo, R. Quale, P. Oren, C. Haley, K. Evenson. 67ROW 1: T. Renvick, J. Skoien, S. Armstrong, L. Rowley, H. Boersma, E. Mennes, J. Witzel, N. Larson. ROW 2: Mr. Davidson, D. Hanson, R. Hanson, M. Thomas, C. Overland, M. Hanson, N. Swenson. Science Club Debate J. Turner, M. Hanson, C. Overland, H. Boersma. 68 5V Sahara, PICTU £ S TAK6M 1 HER.E ? SNfiPS76


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