Turtle Lake High School - Trojan Yearbook (Turtle Lake, ND)
- Class of 1952
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TURTLE LAKE HIGH SCHOQL
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Jake Schlafmann Jerold Hanson, Pres. Julius Haas
Board of Education
Geo. L. Falkenstein, Sup't.
Virn A. McElwain
Principal k Band
L60I1aI'd W5-Ck Leona Anderson Roy Hovey
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6th 5 Bth Grades
Betty Vander Vorste
,QB Alfred Schock
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Vice President l
Trojan Staff M
Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-M
Boy's Quartette 3-L
Class Play 3
King Candidate 3
Football Captain M
,... Football 1-2-3-A
Alfred Schock, President
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Senior Cla O
Richard Huston, Treas. Mr. McElwain, Advisor James Sellon, V. Pres.
Alfred Schock, Pres. Lillian Yesenko, Sec.
James Sellon Vice President R' h d H st T 1
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Class Vice President 3-A Student Mgr, 2
Student Council 5 Football A
Trojan Staff M
Carnival King A
Second All County
Football Team 3
Lillian Yesenko, Secretary
Class Treas. A
Boy's State 2
Trojan Staff M
Pep Club 2-3-M
Class Treas. 2-
Office Typist M
Class Play 3
Trojan Staff M
Class Play 3
Pep Club 1-2-3-LL
Grade Reporter M
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Pep Club 3-Q
Trojan Staff A
Mixed Chorus 3-Q
Class Play 3
Trojan Staff M
Student Council M
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Class Play 3
Boy's State 3
Cheer Leader M
Pep Club 1-2-3'U
Lp-H Club 1-2-3-LL
Trojan Staff L
Class Play 3
Pep Club l-2-A
Mixed Chorus 2-3-M
Class Play 3
Pep Club l-2-3-M
Trojan Staff A
Class Play 3
Pep Club Treas.
Trojan Staff A
Class Play 3
Student Council 1 0
Pep Club l-2-3-
Lunchroom Bkkg. 3 M
Girls State 3
We, the :raduating class of 1952, wish to present to you at this time a syno-
psis of our trials and tribulations up to this time.
Most of us started school in about LVQO. we managed to get through the first
eight years despite the usual difficulties.Such as sickness and keeping the teach-
er after school now and then. After overcoming these difficulties we were ready to
enter high school.
During the Freshman year there were twenty-six of us including the following:
Alfred Schock, James Sellon, Loretta Grosz, Luella Grosz, Lillian Schlaht, Ruth
Preisinger, Rueben Bergit, Richard Huston, Meinhardt Flemmer, Ardella Schon,Arlene
Schumacher, Alvin Schock, John Hawley, Clinton Jesser, Raymond Sanderson, Kenneth
Sandberg, Oscar Corum, Gordon Torkelson, Donald Belsheim, Meinhart Schock, Laura
Kvale, Leona Presser,Arliss Ockert,Ann Sandberg,Delano Repnow, and Richard Heinle.
In our sophmore year Lillian Yesenko joined our class and the following left:
Kenneth Sandberg,Oscar Corum, Gordon Torkelson, Donald Belsheim, Meinhardt bchock,
Lillian Schlaht, and Laura Kvale, leavin
At the beginning of our junior year
class. Clinton Jesser, Richard Heinle,
total number was now 15.
At the beginning of our Senior Year
lies Ockert, Delano Repnow, Wesley Helm,
left with lk members. I
James Sellon and Richard Huston att
Ruth Preisinger went to Otis Uistri
years of high school were spent at Turtl
Alfred Schock went to Turtle Lake
remainder of his grade school was spent
of high school were attended at Turtle L
Loretta Grosz attended schodlat Lak
g our class with l9 students.
Barbara Harmon and Wesley Helm joined our
Ann Sandberg, and Leona Presser left. Our
we lost four more members, including: Ar-
and Raymond Sanderson. Our class was then
ended all 12 years at Turtle Lake.
ct foO for her first eight years. Her four
Public school for his first 5 years. The
at wise School District?36. All four years
e Margaret Districtyoh for her first eight
years and then came to Turtle Lake for her high school.
Meinhardt Flemmer received the firs
522 and came to Turtle Lake for his four
Lillian Yesenko wentto Nelson Distr
Her first year of high school was spent
ing three years at Turtle Lake.
John Hawley went to Rueter schoolfl
were spent in Turtle Lake.
t eight years of his education at New Home
years of high school.
ict?67 for ha-first eight years of school.
at Benedict, North Dakota, and the remain-
for his first 6 years of school. The rest
Arlene Schumacher went to school in Turtle Lake for her first grade. Her se-
cond through the fifth grades were spent
years at Turtle Lake.
Alvin Schock attended his first se
rict WBA. His high school was spent in
Luella Grosz went to Lake Margaret
school at Palmburg F66 for the remaining
for her four years of high school.
Barbara Harmon attended Otis Distri
to Velva for her first two years of hig
Rueben Bergit receivedhis gradescho
in Seattle, Washington,and the remaining-
ven years of school at Lake Margaret Dist-
for her first year of school, she attended
seven years, then she came to Turtle Lake
ct WSC for her first eight years. She went
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He came to Turtle Lake for his high school.
Ardella Schon went to Holmes consol
Her sixth grade she spent at Mercer and
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Our first important class activity
edy, entitled, nThanks Honey.n
On May 1, 1951 we gave a banquet fo
idated District 653 for
again her seventh grade
her first 5 years.
at Holmes District
ducation she received at Turtle Lake.
was our Junior Class Play,a three-act com-
r the Senior Class of 1951. We had a May
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We, the graduating Seniors of '52, of the institution of secondary education,
known as Turtle Lake High School, being of sound mind and memory do hereby make,
ordain, publish,and declare this to be our last will and testament, to the undeci-
ded, unprepared lower classmen of the Turtle Lake High School.
RICHARD HUSTON wills his position as left-end on the football team to MARJEAN
BROWN in hopes that she will be of benefit to the Trojan football squad. RICHARD
wills his dark beard to JAMES SCWWMAGHER to go with his blonde hair.
ARLENE SCHUVACHER wills her job at the cafe to GLORIA PETERSON so Gloria can
meet a variety of the opposite sex. ARLENE wills her long claws to DARLENE LIND-
TEIGEN to complete her ll!! personality.
VEINHARDT FLEMMER wills his ability to talk during school time and not get
caught to RICHARD GOVEN. MEINHARDT wills his soft and timid laugh to JEANNE FIS-
CHER in hopes that she will use it as often as he did.
LORETTA GROSZ wills to RANONA KVAMME all her debates she had with Mr. Wick,so
they get settled. LORETTA wills to MIKE GUTENSOHN her ability to stay in her desk
in the assembly so he won't wear a teacher out.
LILLIAN, ARDELLA, and ARLENE will an alarm clock to DORIS KECK, we sincerely
hope that she will put it to better use than they did, especially in getting tosc-
hool on time in the morning.
ARDELLA SCHON wills her height to LOIS BERGO so she won't feel so self cons-
ious at certain times.
ALVIN SCHOCK wills his ability to go down town during school hours without -
getting caught to ARYCLE BORG. ALVIN wills his masculine build to AHART HOFER.
RUTH PREISINGER wills her ability to argue "Present-Day-Problems" to HENRY
BIBELHEIMER. RUTH wills her ability to mind her own business to CLARICE OCKERT.
ALFRED AND JIM will to the rest of the basketball boys their calm,easy going
manner in the dressing room before a game.
LUELLA GROSZ wills her job in the office to LOIS OLSON, so Lois won't have to
work so hard to find out the latest happenings. LUELLA wills her forward position
on the "Phy Ed" basketball team to EARL ALEXANDER.
JAAES SELLCN wills his Mercury to MR. WICK so he won't have to worry abgut u1e
Chevy starting and being late for a game.
ARLENE wills her ability to go steady to DELTON HOFER.
LILLIAN YESENKO wills her graceful step to LAVERNE HAAS. LILLIAN wills her
old comic books to LARRY LEVI to make sure his supply lasts over the next school
JAMES SELLON wills his basketball jersey number 26 to LOIS BERGO so the fu-
ture Seniors can take first place in the girls basketball tournament next year.
JAMES wills DARLENE to EARL ALEXANDER for safe keeping next year.
ARDELLA SCHON wills her glasses to MYRON CARR so he won't overlook the finer
things in life. ARDELLA wills her ability as grade reporter to the future report-
ers so Clarice won't have to tell tell everyone how to do it.
RUEBEN, MEINHARDT, and JOHN will their ability to mix chemicals and still be
around to tell about it, to MR. FALKENSTEIN.
LUELLA wills to MARJORIE LOVE some thread and a needle, so she won't have to
come to school with an l5-inch slit in the back of her skirt. LUELLA wills her
genuine and warm-hearted smile to ARDITH BEGGS to replace her sober expression.
RICHARD wills his job in the lunchroom to NORMAN SCHLAWNANN in hopes thatrun-
ning down town after groceries will keep him in shape.
ALFRED SCHOCK wills his left half back position on the football team to JN ES
SCHUMACHER so that Turtle Lake will keep its winning ways in football.
ALVIN SCHOCK wills his '28 Pontiac to DONNA BRAUN so she can get to Butte
when she wants to.
LORETTA GROSZ wills to RICHARD GOVEN her ability to get along with the telchr
ers, especially in the assembly. LORETTA wills her smiling disposition to GERALD
PRESSER so it will stay in school.
ARLENE wills her dancing ability to BERNICE SCHAUER, whom we feel is so bad-
ly in need of it.
ALVIN his ability to argue to DONAVAN LELM.
BARBARA HARMON wills her ability to control her temper to VIRGINIA SELLON.
BARBARA wills her remarkable ability to remember names to VERDEEN BERGO, so she
won't feel embarrassed when the occasion arises.
JAMES wills his red hair to LOIS OLSON so she can put it to good use in her
MEINHARDT wills his cowboy boots to MARJEAN BROWN, since she is so short.
LORETTA wills her long locks to RUSSELL STADLER.
JOHN HAWLEY wills his bow ties to DOROTHY BIBLEHEIMER. JOHN wills his at-
tractive figure to FRANCES REMMEN.
BARBARA wills her chewing gum to BERNICE SCHAUER.
BARBARA wills to JERRY PRESSER and ROSCOE GOVEN her keen eyesight, so they can
tell the difference between the men's and women's ? ? ? ? ?
LILLIAN wills her position as class secretary to MARDELL SCHLICKENMAYER, so
Mardell can put her shorthand ability to good use.
JOHN wills his cowboy boots to DONNA LINDER to complete her cowgirl ensemble.
RUEBEN wills his athletic ability to GERALD WALCKER.
ALFRED wills his handsome and gracious character to JAMES FREBORG SJJim will
appear more attractive to the opposite SSX.
LUELLA wills her natural blond curls to KEITH NELSON.
LILLIAN wills some bobby pins to JACKIE LAKADUK, to hold down his H Toni H,
The Senior girls will their ability to get along with their classmates umthe
The Senior boys will the Hawley residence to the Junior boys, so they, tocan
raise cane after school like the Seniors did.
The Senior's will to the Sophmore's the inability to do our work, tardiness,
forged excuses, chewing gum, and anything which may prove of no value to them.
The Senior girls will their ability to judge good color combinations to the
Freshmen girls, in hopes that the Freshmen will forget their flashy colors.
To the freshmen, we also will our exciting experiences as Seniors.
In Witness whereof, we.have hereunto subscribed our name and declared this to be
our last will and testament.
The Seniors of Turtle Lake High School
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As I was walking to work one bright and sunny morning in 1962 at New York Citg
a messenger boy approached me and asked if my name was Barbara Harmon. I told him
that it was and he immediately handed me a telegram from Fresno,California. I hur-
riedly tore it open, wondering who it could be from and what about. In a few mo-
ments I found that it was from a friend of mine, Ruth Preisinger, who was employed
as a secretary at a large firm there, asking me if I could take leave for a--while
and visit her. She said that she may have a story for me. I, being a reporter was
naturally quite curious, also anxious for the vacation. I called my boss at theof-
fice of the New York Times and he said to go ahead. I decided to take my time tra-
veling as I wanted to enjoy the trip.
I was scheduled to leave on the Northern Pacific in about 2 hours. As I pack-
ed a few things I stopped to turn on the television set. A ball game was being dm-
yed between the New York Yankees and the Philadelphia Phillies. Just as I was about
to switch to a different station I heard the announcer say, next batter Alvin Dale
Schock, who plays centerfield for the Yanks. I was amazed because even though liv-
ing in New York, I had not known this. I listened and watched carefully. Strike
one---way out in the field. He got to first, second, third and home. He had made
a home run and I felt really proud of him.
A glance at the clock then showed me that it was time to leave for thestation.
I soon stepped on the train and went whizzing on through much beautiful scenerymur
til we made our first stop, which was at Pittsburgh,Pennsylvania. As Iwas getting
off the train I saw a girl in a Wac's uniform getting on. Looking more closely I,
recognized Ardella Schon. She told me that she was still in training and that she
liked the work very much. She was now on her way to the West Coast for more train
ing. Feeling very happy that I'd met her I walked down the street into the nearest
drugstore to the phone to call my friend,Lillian Yesenko, who was a fashion editor
for the Seventeen magazine. She told me that she was not too busy and asked me to
come and see her for awhile. I did and we talked over old times until it was soon
time for my train to leave. Lil said that she'd walk to the station with me. As
we were waiting, a poor bum came up to us and asked us for a dime so that hecould
buy a cup of coffee. I exclaimed, why, Jack Hawley, by this time he fished out his
glasses. He told us that he'd been a bum ever since he was out of high school. We
gave him a dime and then he sauntered off. Just about then I heard the conductor
shout,"All Aboard" so I rushed into the train. I found a comfortable seat and pick-
ed up a magazine. As I was looking very intently at it, I felt a tap on my should-
er and someone said "Hi". I turned around and looked into the face of Loretta Grosz
I went back to where she was sitting, took a seat beside her and started talking.
Loretta was travelling to the slum district of Chicago as a social worker.She said
that she really felt like she was doing a worth-while job, spreading the gospel to
the poor and unchurched.
Our next stop was at Chicago so I bid Loretta good-bye and once more left the
train for a town in which I thought I knew no-one. As I walked down the street, I
kept my eyes open for a hotel. I had to find one as my next train wasn't leaving
until 10:30 the following morning.
As I was waiting in the luxurious lobby of a hotel I had located, I picked up
the evening paper and glanced through it. As I turned the next page, I saw an art-
icle headed, Richard Huston, Chicago Millionaire, back from vacation. I was quite
surprised to see this and I decided to look him up the following morning.
I asked a policemen to direct me to the home of the Chicago Millionaire and I
soon found myself in a very exquisite home in the suburbs of Chicago. Richard se-
emed very happy and told me all about his good luck with North Dakota oil.
I left Chicago the next morning feeling very lucky to have met so many of my
I was getting quite tired when the train stopped at
stopped outside of a small drugstore I caught sight of a
and rabbit tails and a uJust Marriedn, sign. Then I saw
the bride be, but Luella Grosz. I stopped and talked to
Kansas City, Kansas. As I
car decorated with thicans
the couple and who should
them for a-while. Luella,
looking very happy, told me that she and her husband were honey-mooning in Kansas,
but planned on making their home in Turtle Lake. They asked me to come to lunch
with them, so we walked into the drugstore for lunch and whom should wesee butMdn-
hardt Flemmer standing at the counter. After he had greeted us he told us that ne
was a scientist, working on a wonderful cure for one of America's dreaded disease.
He then said, goodbye, because he had to hurry off as his scientist friendfs were
waiting for him to help them on an experiment they were about to conduct.
I said goodbye and left, for it was time for me to continue with my journey.
The conductor told me that the next stop was at Jackson Lake, Wyoming. I gazed out
the window and saw a large ranch. It was then I remembered that this must be Jim
Sellon's ranch, as I'd heard that he had a ranch near Jackson Lake, Wyoming. As we
came closer I saw the large sign that read, nSellon's Double Bar Ranch.n I knew I
couldn't miss this opportunity to see Jim so I asked the conductor to do me a fava'
and drop me off here. This he did and I walked up the path to the huge house and
rang the doorbell. To my surprise the
quite surprised also, told me that he
himself, then appeared, looking about
cutest little redheads I'd ever seen,
the same as
door was opened by Alfred Schock. Alfred,
here on Jim's ranch. The rancher
ever. Behind him were four of Us
looking just like Jim. As I looked around at
the very luxurious furnishings, Jim smiled and told me that he had profited quite-
a bit on his thousand head of full-bred cattle. I
told the boys that I didn't have
very long to stay, but I was really pleased that I had had a chance to come and mn
them. At this Jim said that his private airplane would take me to my destination s
which I told him was at Cheyenne to meet my train. After a very
ride, I was once more on my way home.
The next stop was at Salt Lake, Utah. Taking a taxi to a hotel we ran into
a dog catcner's cab causing a slight smash-up and
catcher step out of the cab who should it be, but
good laugh at our strange meeting he told me that
was married and had two lovely children.
The next morning the train left for my final
After what seemed an eternity I was finally there
Lo and Behold
he was living
as I saw the dog
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in Salt Lake City,
destination, Fresno, California.
and in a cab headed for Ruth's
house. She told me that my trip had taken so long that she hardly expected me any
more. That evening, she suggested that we go to the nDomen Ballrooms,there was to
be a dancing act that starred Arlene Schumacher. Arlene was wonderful, after her
act was finished, we went back-stage to see the star in person. She was the same
gay Arlene, Just as friendly as ever.
After a few days of being with Ruth my vacation was over and I realized that
I would have to get back and on the job.
At home my boss asked me if I had enjoyed the trip and I told nim of the good
fortune and strange co-incidence of seeing all my classmates of n52n in this ghgpt
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In this roster of girls Loretta is first,
She may not be best, but she isn't the worst.
Then comes Arlene, a waitress right now,
We think she'll nlook aheadn and advance somehow.
with her sense of humor, we find Lillian,
She should have no trouble catching a man.
Next comes Luella, a fashion plate on feet,
You can bet when you see her that she's always neat.
Barbara is next in this line up of gals,
when she leaves this school she'll leave plenty of p
Ruth is next, she's the quiet, shy sort.
She never says much, but we know she's a good sport.
Ardella is last, the smallest one,
You know, if you've met her, that she's lots of fun.
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First is Mac, our advisor so stern,
His job is simple, just help us to learn.
Alfred is next in this roster of boys,
He's our class president by popular choice.
After Alf comes Jim, our basketball star,
He's everyone's palg we think he'll go far.
Then comes Richard, the clown of the class,
what he wants to know is, nwill I pass?n
I guess I had better put Rueben in here,
He's a real nice guy and we all hold him dear.
Alvin is next, we think he'll go places,
If he drives his old car he'll come home with braces
I had better put Meinhardt in here pretty soon,
He's our mad scientist, wants to fly to the moon.
Last is the poet, thats me Jack,
If all goes well I won't be back.
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Bottomzlla Mae Gutensohn,Shir1ey Lindteigen,Caro1 Crawford,De1oris Arne,
Beverly Grabinger,Louise wa1cker,Mar1ene Sohad1er,Jean Volitarsky, Second:
Mrs. Heok1er,Duane Huaton,Bobert Fandrick,Verna Bentz,Vera Bentz,Mar11yn
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Bottom:Lil1ian Schock,Wanda Boger,Ann Falkenste1n,Loetta Renfrow,JoAnn
Miller,Wanda Schlickenmeyer, Second:Miss Lynne,Richard Belsheim,Ear1
Goven,O'Dean Remmen,Doug1as Hanson,G1en Lelm,Les1ie Crawford, Third:
Rodney Hofer,Gary Borg,Jackie Heinle,Vernon Keel,Gary Levi,Dona1d
Bottom:Edith Hanson,Diane Mitchel1,Prisci1la Hanson,Donna Lindteigen,
JoAnn Sundby,Ruby Jean Schock,Claudette Zwicker,Phy1lis Schell, Second:
Miss McLaugh1in,Arde1la Mi1ler,Mar1o Le1m,Russe11 Ne1son,Char1es Phil-
brick,Richard B1umhagen,Duane Thei1en,G1en Freberg, Third:Car1 Hanson,
Bruce Bergo,Tommy Gunderson,Virgi1 Bentz,Rodney Hanson,Vernon Ockert,
Ronald waltz,Gene McKeeff,Dickie Gutensohn
Bottom:June Kerzman,Louise Helm,Janet Bauer,Donen Sorenson,Phyl1is
Engberg,Dar1ene HcKeeff,Ramona Hein1e,Ethe1 Schook,Jerriann Hofer,
Second:Miss Fischer,Leon Anderson,Larry Renfrow,Sharon Ni11er,Marion
Bauer,Peggy Be1sheim,Linda Anderson,Robert Crouse,Ted6y Klungvedt,
Jerome Reiser, Third:Russe11 Gesse1e,Raymond Haas,Donald Huston,
Robert Boger,Bruce Sche11,Burnette Koebernick,Loran Corum, Gary
Bottom:Sharon Sch1afmann,Mary Ann Arne,Kath1een Virtz,Sharon Klungvedt,
Arlene Hanson.Louise Hanson,Shir1ey Kem it,Betty'Schad1er, Second:Mrs.
Vander Vorste,Vernon Ky11ingstad,Sandra Freberg,Sandra Ockert,Meri1yn
Erdman,Leatrice Renfrow,Ro11inda Reich,Roger VanHorn, Third:David
Se1tveit,Jerry Gunderson,Da1an McKeeff,Duane Mi1ler,Edwin Simonson,
Charles Gutensohn,Curtis Rath
Bottom:Jarvis Sch1afmann,Bonita Franke,Joan Hanson,G1oria Schock,C1audia
VenHorn,Deanne Zinther,Bonnie Gartner,Mar1ys Koebernick, Second:A1an
Sundpy,EQaine Mitchell,Berneice McKeeff,Ana Hein1e,Sandra O1son,Jeffery
Herr1ng,hart1n Schock, Third:Joseph Gottsoha1,Rona1d Bauer,Darrel1 Hanson,
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Irene Helm, SecondzMiss Mehrer,Mari1yn Haas,LeeAnn Ky11ingstad,Betty
Engberg,Virginia Phi1brick,Diane Rath,Bonnie Sch1afmann,Vio1et McKeeff,
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Eclarinetl, Billy Presserfclarinetl, Micky Falkensteiniflutel, Doris Keck
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saxj, Delores FuellerlTenor Saxl, Patty HansonfAlto Saxl, Gloria Peterson
Cclarinetl, Ronald SchlafmannCCornetl, Donald KlingerfTrumpetD, Jimmie Fre-
borgCTrumpetD, Keith Ne1sonlCornetJ, Lavern HaasCTrumpetJ, Lois BergofDrumJ
3rd row, Gordon Sch1afmannlTenor saxl, Lois OlsonKAlto saxb, James Fandrick
fMellophoneJ, Glenn LelmCMel1ophoneD, Vernon Kee1CMe1lophoneJ, Fredrick
Fischerlbass hornl, Norman SchlafmannfTrombonel, Gordon BergoITromboneJ,
hth row, Rolett LelmCBaritoneJ, Douglas HansonCBaritoneJ, Alfred BergolBar1
tonel, Delton HoferCBaritoneD, Larry LeviKBassD, Gary FalkensteinCTromboneJ
Glenn HansonCTrombonel, Janice SackmanCGlockenspielJ, .
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Patsy Gutensohn, Lois Bergo, Verdeen Bergo, Joyce James, Janice Sackman, Ramona
Kvamme, Frances Remmen, Jeanne Fischer, Ardith Beggs.
left to right: Arlyce Borg, Patty Hanson, Loretta Grosz, Eleanor Corum,
Harmon, Marla Gaye Ockert, De1Vera Fueller, Alvina Grosz, Helen Walcker,
lcker, Doris Rath, Joyce James, Clarice Ockert, Ruth Preisinger, Gloria
Miss Anderson, Lois Olson, Naldean Borg, Marjorie Love, Claudia Crouse,
Schon, Irene Anderson, Virginia Sellon, Luella Grosz, Darlene Lindteigen,
Schauer, Romona Kvamme, Doris Keck, Donna Braun, Lois Bergog
Ardith Beggs, Mardell Schlickenmeyer, Carolyn Lindteigen, Maureen Nelson
Schock, Delores Fueller, Doris Hienle, Joan Schumacher, Frances Remmen,
Bafoara Harmon, Carol Goven, Patsy Gutensohng
Mtn row, Verdeen Bergo, Florine Schumacher, Marjean Brown, Donna Linder, Arlene
Schumacher, Janice Sackman, Dorothy Bibelheimer, Jeanne Fischer, Lillian Ygsanko,
Front row, left to right: Miss Anderson, Meinhardt Flemmer, Alfred Schock, Wil-
bert Fueller, Donavan Lelm, Keith Nelson, Gerald Walcker, Byron Zingg, Rolett
Lelm, Ronald Freborg, Virgil Walcker.
Middle row, Billy Presser, Alfred Bergo, Gerald Presser, Earl Alexander, Gary
Falkenstein, LaVern Haas, Delton Hofer, Norman Schlafmann, Russell Stadler, Gor-
don Schlafmann, Gordon Bergo, Richard Klain.
Back row, Mike Gutensohn, Richard Nathan, Jimmie Schumacher, Ervin Feldler, Rus-
sell Grabinger, Myron Carr, Kenneth Grabinger, Leonard Klain.
First row, left to right: Miss Anderson, Frances Remmen, Gloria Peterson, Joan
Schumacher, Darlene Lindteigen, Bernice Schauer, Jeanne Fic
First row, left to right: Miss Anderson, Frances Remmen, Gloria Peterson, Joan
Schumacher, Darlene Lindteigen, Bernice Schauer, Jean Fischer, Arlyce Borg, Lois
Olson, Joyce James, Mary Lou Harmon, Barbara Harmon, Patsy Gutensohn.
Middle row, Rueben Berget, Keith Nelson, Alfred Bergo, Gerald Presser, Verdeen
Bergo, LaVern Haas, Lois Bergo, Janice Sackman, Dorothy Bibelheimer, Ardith Beggs,
Back row, Gordon Schlafmann, Gary Falkenstein, Wilbert Fueller, Dalton Hofer, Al-
fred Schock, Norman Schlafmann, Russell Stadler, Gerald Walcker, Gordon Bergo.
High School Junior Class
Alfred Schock Gordon Schlafmann LaVern Haas Keith Nelson
Delton Hofer Norman Schlafmann Delton Hofer Norman Schlafmann
Cheerleaders: Verdeen Bergo, Carol Goven, Patsy Gutensohn, Arlene Schumacher.
lst row, Patty Hanson, Loretta Grosz, Eleanor Corum, Mary Lou Harmon, Marla Gaye
Ockert, DelVera Fueller, Alvina Grosz, Helen Walcker, Viola Walcker, Doris Rath,
Joyce James, Clarice Ockert, Ruth Preisinger.
2nd row, Miss Anderson, Lois Olson, Naldean Borg, Marjorie Love, Claudia Crouse,
Ardella Schon, Irene Anderson, Virginia Sellon, Luella Grosz, Darlene Lindteigen,
Bernice Schauer, Romona Kvamme, Doris Keck, Miss Fischer.
3rd row, Ardith Boggs, Mardell Schlickenmeyer, Carolyn Lindteigen, Maureen Nelson
Loretta Schock, Delores Fueller, Doris Hienle, Joan Schumacher, Frances Remmen,
Barbara Harmon, Donna Braun, Lois Bergo.
hth row, Joan Schumacher, Marjean Brown, Donna Linder, Janice Sackman, Dorothy
Bibelheimer. Jeanne Fischer, Lillian Yesenko.
Left to Right
Arlene Schumacher, Carol Goven, Patsy Gutensohn, Verdeen Bergo.
Left to Right
Joan Schumacher, Claudia Crouse, Lois Olson.
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'Opener from Trojans Turtle Lake Upsets
Riverdale ........... 2 0 1.000
Elbowoodx .....2 0 1.000
Garrison . . . . .... 1 0 1.000
Wilton . . 1 .... ...., 1 1 .500
'rurue Lake z .333
Washburn .... .. .... 1 2 .333
Underwood 3 .000
' Special to The Tribune
, GAREISON-Garrlson's Troopers
irolled fn its first McLean county
ioonference football victory here
Friday night as it scored a 44-7
win over Turtle Lake. - ,
The game was a feature of the
dedication of .new football lights
here. ' '
Coach Al Keck's squad rolled up
Wperiod leads of- 6-0, 25-0 and 37-0
'in notching the win that put it in
fthe undefeated bracket with River-
dale and Elbowoods.
i Elmer fBudl Keclgrbrother of Al,
i paced the winners with three touch-
downs. Ernie Sayler, Lee Robinson!
iBob Putz and Harold Krausert
iecored the other Garrison touch-
i Alfreia Schock went over for
'Turtle ke's fourth quarter mark-
icards 'Drop Game
To Turtle Lake
i In the opening game of the foot-
'ball season Friday afternoon of
last week, Woznk:k's Wash-burn
Cardinals lost to the Turtle Lake
Trojans by a score of 7-0.
Turtle Lake Trojans white-
washed Underwood, 21-O, here
The win moved Turtle Lake
I3-23 into third place in the Mc-
Lean County conference ahead of
Garrison C2-25 which dropped
a game to Charging and Co. at
Pacing the visitors' attack was
the passing and running of Al-
fred Schock, a senior who scored
once, passed for another tally and
set up the third marker.
After a scoreless first quarter
Schock ploughed over right tack-
le from the three. Norman
Schlafmann dived over from the
two for the second 'touchdown
minutes later. The pass from
Schock to Jim Sellon was com-
plete for the extra point.
Schock fired a 20 yard aerial
to LaVerne Haas in the end zone
if for the final TD in the third
i quarter. The Trojans picked up
their final two points when Un-
derwood fumbled in their own
end zone, recovering but being
downed for a safety.
Loft haltbaick Alfred Schoclrs
VDO-yard reverse l'n the first quar-
ter was the only touchdown made.
.Fullback Norman Schlafmann add-
ed the extra point with an end
Jim and A1
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Special to The Tribune
" TURTLE LAKE - Turtle Lake
istruck through the air for a pair of
itouchdowns here Friday to upset an
Iillbowoods eleven that was minus
,ite we back, Arnold Charging.
1 'The score was 14-'Z for Coach
jlleonard Wlck's' Trojans in the Mc-
Lean county football game.
Charging, who paced the
Warriors to three :tn-ight con-
ference vlcwrles, dislocated e
i couple of toes last week against
Underwood. He is expected to be
back in the lineup soon. I
Turtle Lakes winning pass com-
bination was Alfred smack w .nm
.3ellon: The duo collaborated hor- a
touchdown in the first period, the
play covering 35 yards. Schick went
wide on a lateral to get the extra
' It was the same combination that
1 set up the second touchdown in the
isecond quarter. Schock plowed over
from the 9 after his 30-yard pass to
Sellon set up the marker. A Schock
to Sellon pass was good for the
Turtle Lake dominated play
in the first half, getting seven
of its nine flrst downs in the
first two periods. Elbowoods
b took over in the second half
but was able to score only one
touchdown and that with about
two minutes left ln the fourth
Leonard Eagle plunged over for
the touchdown from the 2 and Al-
'fred Cross scored the extra point.
Elbowoods piled up nine first downs
in the game, six in the second half.
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wmrbum . ...... 1 5 .167 1
Underwood ...... 0 5
pi Win Over Turfle Lake
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. Riverdale . .......... 2 0 1.000
1 lvilton ...... . . . . .1 0 1.000
Elbmmods . . . . . . . . . .1 0 1.000
Turtle Lake . . , ..... 1 l .500
Garrison . . 1 . X. . . . .0 0 .000
Washburn ....,..... 0 2 .000
Underwood .......,.. 0 2 .000
' Special to The Tribune
TURTLE LAKE. - Riverda1e's
.Knights racked up their second,
,McLean county conference football
ivictory . here Fridayh smashing
:Turtle Lake, 27-6.
, Coach Leo Stumpf's eleven rolled
up period leads of 7-0, 13-0 and
13-0 in handing Turtle Lake its
first loss ot the season. The Tro-
jans won their opener from Wash-
Robin Parke, speedy Riverdale
halfback, scored three of four
touchdowns for Riverdale. Gene
Launt went over for the other one.
Riverdale rolled up 12 first clowns
and held Turtle Lake without a'
first down until the fourth quarter. 3
Turtle Lake took to the air then
and.rol1ed up three first downs be-
fore pushing over its touchdownf
Alfred Schock passed to Jim Sei-i
Ions for the marker. I
Front row, left to right: James Sellon, Harland Hofer, Alfred Bergo, Russell
d S hl f Ahart Hofer Richard Huston.
gZ2i1igw,GiEVZ?n gaag,mg2?ald Walcker, german Schlafmann, Alfred Schock.
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The Turtle Lake Trojans ended a fairly successful season with a record of
three wins and two losses.
The season got off to a good start when the Trojans defeated Washburn in
the Opening game 7-O.
In the second game the Trojans were defeated by the Riverdale Knights who
went on t0 win the county championship.
The most disastrous defeat was suffered at the hands of the Garrison Tr-
oopers in the third game.
The Erojans pulled the upset of the year by defeating a strong Elbowoods
team l -7.
In the fifth and last game of the season the Trojans had their way when
they rolled over the Underwood Comets 21-O.
tg The Graduating Seniors 1291,
gdtwpdw Jim Sellon Alfred Schock d gb
X009 50' Richard Houston Meinhardt Flemmer 'let
Front row, left to right: James Sellon, LaVern Haas, Russell Stadler, Alfred
Schock, Gerald Walcker, Norman Schlafmann, Richard Huston.
Middle row, Leonard Wick, Coachg Harland Hofer, Alfred Bergo, Meinhardt Flemmer,
Ahart Hofer, Gerald Presser, Gordon Schlafmann, Mike Gutensohn, Student manager.
Back row, Carlisle Ockert, Gordon Bergo, Larry Levi, Jimmie Freborg, Gary Falk-
enstein, Billy Presser, Jimmie Schumacher, Earl Alexander.
Games and Scores
Washburn here Sept. ln --- Turtle Lake 7 Opponent
Riverdale here Sept 21 --- Turtle Lake 6 Opponent
Garrison there Sept 28 --- Turtle Lake 7 Opponent
Elbowoods here Oct. 12 --- Turtle Lake 14 Opponent
Underwood there Oct. 21 --- Turtle Lake 21 Opponent
Coach Len wick
Front Row: left to right--Gary Falkenstein, Norman Schlarmann, Alfred Schock,
James Sellon, Captain, LaVern Haas, Gerald Presser, Gordon Schlafmann,
Back Howg left to right--Coach Len Wick, Caryle Ockert, Russell Grabinger,
Donovan Lelm, Russell dtadler, Gerald Walcker
GASKE TBAL Lf 55
TURTLE LAKE TOPS WILTON
T0 GAIN TIE FOR FIFTH
Special to The Tribune
TURTLE LAKE A Turtle Lake
scored a 58-4-8 win over Wilton
here Friday night to gain a tie
with the Miners for fifth place in
the McLean county conference.
Both hold 4-8 records. The game
Tuesday completed their regular
Turtle Lake jumped ahead right
at the start as it held period leads
Of 15-4, 32-17 and 51-32.
Jim Sellon counted 26 points to
pace the winners, Bob Ulrich net-
ted 11 for Wilton.
T. Lake fs: Wilton fz 't pf
Sr-hook 7 2 2 A. H'uzak 5 0 1
N.S'fmann 2 0 5 Andrusak 1 2 5
Ealldstlnc fl 1 3 L, Easton 1 2 2
Presser 3 0 3 Ulrich 4 3 3
Sellon 10 6 1 B. Easton 0 4 1
G. S'l'mann 0 0 0 M. H'uzak 1 0 0
Haas 2 0 2 Ozust 5 1 4
Freeburg 0 1 0 Engstrom 0 2 0
Lelm 0 0 1 Y- 2
UOIHIS 17 14 16
Totals 24 10 17
TURTLE LAKE EDGES
UNDERWOOD IN OVERTIME
Special to The Tribune
TURTLE LAKE - Lavem Haas
fliprpcd in the only basket scored in
an overtime period here Tuesday
night as Turtle Lake nlprped Under-
wood, 36-34. in a McLean county
conference basketball game.
Wilton led 19-15 and 29-25 at the
second and third periods after an
11-11 first quarter. The score was
tied at 34-all at the end of the
regulation playing time.
Jim Sellon led Turtle Lake with
13 points. Johnny Busch rolled up
16 for Underwood.
T'ur.Lakc IL: ft pf Unlwood fe ft pf
Svhorlc 1 2 0 Miller 0 1 3
N.S'fr1an1n 4 1 4 Swanson 0 0 1
Hans .2 0 4 Anderson 1 1 5
SC-Hon S fl 5 VVHKP 3 1 4
Presser 1 1 O Busch 7 2 5
G.S'fmann 0 1 2 Goefhnlne 1 0 1
Falldstc-in 1 0 3 Vnn'helde 2 1 4
'VOLFIIW 14 818 Totals 14 628
LaVern H. Jary
TROJANS OPPONENTS TROJANS OPPONENTS
55 ........ Butte ----------- 47 55 -------- Garrison -------- 56
49 -------- Independents ---- 48 54 -------- Washburn -------- 55
57 -------- Riverdale ------- 41 47 -------- Underwood ------- 45
62 -------- McClusky -------- 49 45 -------- Coleharbor ------ 29
41 .....--- Butte ----------- eo 42 -------- Wilton ---------- 44
51 -------- Garrison -------- 68 60 -------- Mercer """"" 52
45 -------- Mercer ---------- 25 57 -------- Washburn -------- 67
40 -------- Riverdale ------- 57 40 -------- Elbowoods ------- 70
56 -------- Underwood ------- 54 58 -------- WiltOY1 """"" 48
55 -------- Elbowoods ------- 80 C60 ------- - McCluSky """" 39
49 -- Co. Tour. Mercer ------ 29 47 --Dist. Tour. Elbowoods -- 57
42 -- Co. Tour. Elbowoods ---- 52 45 --Dist. Tour. Underwood -- 19
52 -- Co. Tour. Butte ------- 42 40 --Dist. Tour. Wilton ----- 44
58 -- Co. Tour. Underwood --- 59
TURTLE LAKE SCORES
60-32 WTN OVER MERCER
Special to The 'Tribune
TURTLE LAKE-'Ilhe Turtle Lake
Trojans rolled over Mefrce-r, 60-32.
in a non-conference basketball
game here Friday night.
Turtle Lake was led by Jim Sel-
lon and Norman Schllalm-an with
16 and 15 points respectively as it
'posted period margins of 14-8, 27-16
and 41-25. Gene Singer scored 14
Willon Club Beals
Turtle lake, 44-42
Special to The Tribune
WXLTON - Wilton pulled out a
narrow 44-42 victmy over 'Turtle
Lake here Monday night in a Mc-
Lean county conference basketball
The Miners led 8-7 and 35-33 at
the first and third quarters but
trailed 19-23 to Turtle Lake at half-
F. Lake T41 ft p-f Mvrcor in ft pf .
SI.SchlaI'n 7 1 2SChell 0 1 5 Mme. I - j
:chock 5 1 0 G.Slnszer ss 2 0 Bob Ulrich hit 18 points to pace
Haas 1 0 Blflsfhvr ZZ 3 5 me Winners. A1 Sqhock Scored 17
Iellon 5 6 4StmblC 1 1 4 f Turtle Lake
Presser 2 1 3F,Kl1ne 2 1 2 01' Q
3.Sch1a'!'n 2 0 11-tckmvan 0 1 0 The summery,
Falkens'n 1 0 1 - - Wilton tx: fr MT- Lake fi! ff vf
Dckert o 0 2 Totals 12 816 A, wzak 2 1 1Sollon 3 2 3
itadler 1. 1 0 I-Lnzstrom 0 1 155-hor-k - J 2
Lelm 1 0 1 Andrusak 5 1 Zlrresser 0 0 1
-- -f 'A M. l-Vzak 0 0 1 N, 5'mann 6 1 3
Totals 25 10 17 Ozust 2 1 1 G, S'mann 0 0 1
B. Easton '2 0 1K'stein 1 0 3
Ulrich 9 0 3 Ai-
Fotals '20 4 11 Totals 18 6 13
The Turtle Lake Trojans ended a fairly successful season with ll wins and lo
losses including the tournaments.
ln the County Tournament the Trojans GJISBDCU the Mercer Bison by a score of
49-29. They lost to a fast Elbowoods team by a score of 56-42. Then the Trojans
lost again to the Butte Spartans 42-52. ln the final game that the Trojans played
in the tournament they lost to the Underwood Comets in a very close game my a
score of 58-59.
ln the District Tournament held at Riverdale the Trojms played the hlbowoods
Warriors in the first game and held them down until the last two minutes of the
game. when the Warriors broke loose to win by a score of 47-07. ln the second
the Trojans whipped the Underwood Comets by a score of 45-19. .ln the Consolation
Championship game the Trojans were defeated by the Wilton Miners 44-40. lt was a
slow game to start with becoming more interesting as the game progressed. Wilton
lad throughout the first half with the Trojans ahead for only a snort time in une
second half. The outcome was in question till the very end.
Left to Right: Russell Grabinger, James Freborg, Richard Nathan, Gordon
Bergo, Rolette Lelm, Alfred Bergo, Henry Bibelheimer, Harlin Hofer, Len
28 .......------- -- McC1uSky -----------"""' ' 17
25 .........------- Riverdale ------------ -' 24
31 .......--------- Underwood ------------------ 15
18 ...------- ----- Elbowoods ----------""'-" 27
27 ......---------- Underwood ----------------" 59
52 ....-.-- ---- Elbowoods ---- ---- -----" ' 44
55 -.-------------- Wilton ---------'-""""" 20
28 ..-------------- McC1uSky -------- --'-'-"' 55
The E-Squad put in e lot of hard work and got little glory. It is from this
group that our future players are drafted so a share of credit at least should go
to this team. There should be a scramble for positions next year.
The B-Squad ended their season with 3 wins and 5 losses. The first game and
th l, t a ' '
e as g me of the season were played with McClusKy with each team a victor of
Bottom How: Jerry Gutensohn, Duwayne Wacker, O'Dean Remmen, Glenn Hanson, Ronald
Schlafmann:Back How: Len Wick, Coach, Dickie Gutensohn, Rodney Hofer, Glen Lelm,
Do1g1as Hanson, Ronald waltz
GRADES OPPONENTS GRADES OPPONENTS
23 15 13 37
-------- BUttS ----------- ---- --- Garrison --------
17 -------- Riverdale ------- 22 18 -------- Washburn -------- 57
15 ----- -- Butte ----------- 23 22 -------- Coleharbor ------ lu
12 -------- Garrison -------- L8 15 ---- -- Wilton -.... -- 30
18 -------- Mercer ---------- 21 19 ---- -- Washburn -- --- 61
20 -------- Hurdsfield ------ 31 15 -------- Underwood ------- 2
17 -------- Mercer ---------- 23 21 -------- Mercer ---------- 2
Grade Cheerleaders: 11a Gutensohn, Louise Walcker, Jeanette Schock, Ann balkenstein
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Lake Theatre W. L. Brsun Insurance
Turtle Lake Motor Company
Equity Lumber Yard
First State Bank
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Turtle Lake Electric
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Zwicker Motor Company
Turtle Lake Cleaners
McLean Dairy Co-op Doctor Heinzeroth
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WE WISH TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO
THANK ALL OF THE BUSINESSMEN WHO HELPED
US TO MAKE THIS TROJAN YEARBOOK A SUCCESS.
THE SENIOR CLASS OF TURTLE LAKE HIGH
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