Tyler High School - Tylerian Yearbook (Tyler, MN)

 - Class of 1957

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g U ' bedication The Sensors of T er Hugh School dedncare rhe l957 T enen fo Mr Herald Pefersen who has been Supennfendenf of fhe Tyler School smce I932 We pomi wufh pnde 'lo fhe progress accomplished dunng Profs long end dushnguushed servuce The following pages of our yearbook ere happy reminders of whei' Mr Peiersen has meenf fo fhe Tyler School Our School SCHJOL HISTORY THEFIR81'CLA5SESOFT!LE'lHIGISCIDOLWHlEHEIDINWHAT I8lDWTHEPRESEN'I'JUNIOBHIGHBU1'.LDIlll. THSALLTOOKPLACE m1903. THEHIGHSCHJOLWAS LOCATED ONTHESFIIOND FIDOR, ANDWASTlIER.EUN1'IL1918,WHFNTENEWHICHISCHJOI.HIH.DING WASHIILT. IN 1952, THE BEGAN T0 USE THE BRAND NEW ELEMENTARY M11-DDD. 'IHS ADDITION WAS BUILT T0 ACGONDDATE THE NEB GRIHDIG ELHEWAIU EIROLLHHIT. THE S'1'UDB21T BOD! HAD BEEN STEADILI INCREASING UNTIL THIS IBARTHEElROLLlHTIS620. THHlEARE38PUPH.SINTB,ECE2.AD- UATIIIICLASSTHISIEAR. sUP"r. H. A. Pmnaszu, 1932. mm: mvx am sn SUPERINTENUENTS IN 'ms H1s'1-om: or 'mn msn SCHOOLS. 'rr-my INCLUDE SIP'TS. noanisou, s.B. mucxsou, SIVERSON,AL swvumn, TASALAND,AND H. A. Pwsasnl. nnss ummm, 1932. lass ummm cms 'ro 'rum IN 1929. sn: ns uns PRINCIPAL ar lm. PETERSBI IN 1932, um mn ms Pos? mmm. 1952. sms IS mummy IN mm 29th mn AT msn. Adminisfrafion FIRST ORGANIZED STUDENT CCIINCIL UF TYLER HIGH, 1932. 'NIS STUDENT COUNCIL IAS ORGANIZED HIRING HR. PETERSEN' S FIRST YEAR AS SIPERINTENDENT AT TYLER. Row one: VERGIL NEIIIAN, PHYLLIS EHRET, IDUGLAS FREURICXSEN, AND LEWIS VADHEIH. ROI 1710: IRENE PEDERSEN, GEORGE HARPERfFacu1tyQ AND HARRIET CHRISTENSEN. , gmfly, -Q THE PRESENT PRINCIPAL SYSTEM IAS SET UP IN 1936, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF HR. FLA. PETERSEN. THE PRESENT STAFF INCLUDES HR. MONTE SHANKS, JUNIOR HIGHg KISS JUSTINE NBJFELD, GRADE SCHOOI4 AND MR. KENNETH KRAGH, SENIOR HIGH. HARLLD A PETERSEN HELEN OLSEN Superintendent Secretary RARDND SOREIBEN BEVERLY GUNNISON 131,339 50301230 RUTH JOHAEEN Agriculture Commercial Imjugtrial Art, J H English in-'S li GRADE mcannsf seated, mmm mason, FOURTH, LEONA x ommzn, FIRST3 Jusmm mmm, ERE Il5'Fmic1PALg Baumer: JULIAR, Frrra Ann sxrrn, standing ALICE FITUERALD, nasr, uvoums nmson, smconn, mu Bownzn, romrru, may Jourson, THIRD, cum-:N Joarson, mum, Bmmzcs Jxcoaszn, sim, Ann mmm PEDERSEN, ssooun lid WNTETH KBJFF S H Prlnclpal Math VIOTVT ULRECH Consumers Vducatlon PhVS1C31 Educatlon Boolfkeeplng GWENDOLYN MAGANDY Llbrary Soc1a1 Studles Guldance Dlrector ,,.....w MJNTE SHANE ,ld HL 5, Dfvmn ALLN' Coacn J H 1 -W1 3 nrtgcl a YI' H1 n nvllsh MTE' 1 a Phys1caT dum tlon QCIEDCS .IDU '19 g.-.ga GERALD JCHN5m DQUP r'rm1g1"'1r5 J DY-Il'P.LY I JIXEEN H1st,0y-y mv-u ulrfwtor 1 "' Hlstry rngll h 4 la Sclence 9 J H Coach 5101053 'J-IJJ W LQDLIE LYON D LL YD Engllsh J HSL LMC ,gfldlps 'cLL.EN mm Cach Band Home Economcs , I l - - , ... , ' J 1 Q4 ' f' ' ,, .4 X V A ' V . 1 X .1 , 4 X ff xi l K X 'A x ,V 'M .-. ,A LLf'T 'Iii-it-I V-' -' , --f - - Y . . or 'I I-f 'h , . . rl p ',.n::, ", HMM, , '. o . L .1 U ' " ' ,. 3. '1 ' A ' v. fffjU2lLff' I A A gs A ,. h - . . 'Q yi.- ' .22 H ' ,Q 'Z M' 3' E7 Q 2 1' Q x 4 . , y , X 4 , ji Q ,X . 14 2 5 x X fx .LM v " T P- - TV H ' F' 1 ff Mu 1 VA-, . 4.4 -1... ..' ..4. - J . ' ' . ' Q2 ' 5 "' 4 , CAL! .J . - - .. 's J.I.. th . I I 1' C ' 17, v ' 5 'I , 4' f ' a , vi' ' I C7 7 Lv " ,A-f 2 1 - 1 A -rf V. If I - K A' I x , , I x..:U ' f ,V , ' N3 , ff ' .HQ wg' L 5 .1 1 K 'A 'A 'mm , I ' 1' " . . ,, 'F 1 ' - . , JOC. : - ' l F 5 I I n J ' SEATED: MAVIS U., BRENDA S., SEC-TR.EASg ROBERT J., PR.ES.3 JUDY N. VICE-PR.E5.g MR, KRAGH, ADVISOR ROW 2: CARROL K., PAUL E., PETER J., RICHARD H., COLLEEN L., JANICE J., EECIK H. RON 3: JOHN E., VIREL N., LESLIE H., BILL D., HOLLAND J., DWIGHT B., PERVYN P., CURTIS E. Student Council and School Board , A, . P4-5 23" ., A lo, SEATED: SUPT. HARALD PETERSEN, MABIDWE JOHAISEN, VERNER CHIRSTEISEN, HARRY JOHIBON, IVAN UTOFT, THERKEL JORGEIBEN, AND GORDON LDRGARRD. Cooks THE Ho'r LUNCH PROGRAM STARTED IN DEC or 19146 AT mn' TIME mERE WERE om iwo oooxs THE NEXT ma Form mm-: WERE EIHED Now THERE Am-: Form oooxs AND wo HELPERS MRS FAULDS, HRS OLSHI, MRS GUIDA, MRS EICKELSHJ, MRS OSTERGAARD, AND MRS PETERSEN Cusfodians CHAHJE CAHETO TYLER Il 1933 HE HAS BEEN AT 'I'ILERFOR214IEARS. THISIEAR HEHAS RE- 'HRHJ SORNIE HAS BED! HERE FOR 8 YEARS CHRIS HAS BEEN HERE SINCE 'HIE HEY ELEIENTAIU BUILDING HAS COMPLETED IH 1951 SORNIE- CHRI S-CHA HJ! ,ll Q' lpullls Drlvers 'IHE FIRST BUSES S'1'AR'ED IH 1918, THE! WERE DRAUN BI HORSES AND LETER SVITCHED TO 'HJDEL T'S" AT THAT TIME 'HERE WERE FOUR BUSES AT THE PRBDIT TIME THERE ARE SEVEN HJAHNE, SHERMAN, SAM, MIKE, RDS KENNY NOT SHUJH IS AAGE C X .1 lil l lil ,,,..- 1 X X up-1 I llf ,n VICE PRJSID N'T' CARROL WL lib, I.,O,...,,,r PRESIDWNT BI LL DRESSVN Ld" RODNEY ANDERS EN NO MATTER WHAT THE DISCUSSION MAY BE, I ALWAYS FIND REASON TO DISAGREE BARBARA BIDMBREN LIGHT EADED? IIB VERY LIGHT HEADED! IN FACT SI-IE'S A BLONDU SEC TILA.: GARNET JEBE N WI? ADVISOQS IIISS PAGANDY MISS GUNNISUIN. ANICER BRANDT CAESAR WAS SHORT, NAPOLEON WAS SHORT, AND I'M NOT SO TALL MYSELF!! ARNOLD DASS A GOOD MANY THITBS GO AROUND IN THE DARK BESIDES SANTA CLAUS! MILTON FAULDS THE MOST I WALT TO GTT OUT OF SCHOOL IS MYSELF MAUREEN HALLIIB DOUNTOOTHEIE BEFORETHEYHAVEA CHANCETODOUNTOYOU q WILLIAM DRESSEN BILL BASKETBALL IS MY FAVORITE SPORT, BUT KAE IS MY SPECIALTY ALLEN FAABORG 'ARCHIE' ,M!nonGE,ANDMyPooL CUE '23 LI NDA JA COBSEN FAD ME NOT INTO TEMPTATION, BUT QHON ME WHERE IT IS SHARON JAGT DON'T LET THAT INNOCENT LOOK FOOL YOU WANDA J OHIBON SHE LOOKS QUIET AND DEMUR--BUT THEN I WOUI.DN'T BE TOO SURE. JANICE JOUVBTFLA GIGGLE AND I' LL GIGGLE WITH YOU STUDY AND YOU' LL STUDY ALONE A CARROL KF-'LLEY CHAS I' GIRL: I'M FULL OF FUN' NO VII. CAI HArP:.N TO A GOOD Im!!! GARNET JENSEN LITTLE FCLIS ARE NOT AFRAID OF BIG 'T'T!'ff'Tl.' . ROBERT JEIBEN "Bos" IF I EVER FIND LOVE I'LL ANALYZE IT IN A TEST TUBE. PETER J OUVS TRA PETE IT'o NOT THAT PE LIKFS 'IO DO IT IT'S JUST THAT HE LIKFS 10 GET BY WITH IT DFITNI S VI F JFOW PE THE GUY THAT UAT .JNEFZE BETTER THAN I LUBERTUS KOS TF' Q BERT NO CIVILIZED PERSON GOES TO BED THE SAME DAY HE GETS UP .LAI ...'-:LCN rf' 1131-11 PVOPLL HAv rr' 1 1, .L 'THAT DOE.vN"T ...AI A THING DONALD MAI LE I TURN CORNERS ON TWO WHEELJ TO 'AVE ON TIRES JANI CE MICKELSEN ONEOFTHLFEV IIPDSTUIIIES HARD PROOF IS FOUND UPON HER CARD G ARLEEN LARSON I CAN HEP A 'PCRET BUT THE FRIENDS I TELL f'AN'T PHYLLIS IDCKHAQT YOU LEARN SOMETHIINIE 'NEW EVERY DAY SOMEONE TOLD ME PEOPLE SLEEP AT NIGHT DICKIE PORTLAND NO COMMENT! DAVID NIEISEN A CLOSED PDUTH CATCHES NO FIJIES. ARLE RASMUSSEN TO SEE IEE BLUSH YOU MIGHT THINK HER SHI'---BUT OH MY. RUTH SEERSEN LIFE WITI-DUT MUSIC WOULD MEAN NOTHING '10 ME. DARRELL SVENIBEN "hDODY"' SO LIVELY WAS HIS LINE THAT HIS FUSE BURNT OUT DORIS TIDOFT SHE MAY BE LITTLE, SHE MAY BE SHI, BUT SHE'S FOUND IERSELF A NICE GUY LORETTA O' TOOLE 'I'M IN FAVOR OF A SEVEN DAY WEEK-END. LEON ITSZPSEN n PETE n YOU DON'T HAVE TO TAKE MATH 'IO KMJW THE CUTE LITTLE NUMBERS I DO. SHARRON SKORCZEKSKI LATE HOURS AREN'T GCXDD FOR ONE, BUT ARE GOOD FOR TWO BRENDA STEFFEN SHE'S LIKE THE STARS-SHE GOES OUT AT NIGHT PEARLI NE THORS TENS EN SHE CAN PROBABLY TELL PLENTY BUT SHE AIN'T TALHN' . MAVIS UTOFT WHO? WHO IS HE? WH.AT'S HIS NAIXE2' JAMES NELJON JIM LEFT T15 TO JCIIX. THE NAVY DONALD VAN WYK 1 WY-K I WHY WORK AND MAKE MISELF LOOV FOOLISH? HELEN NI CHERN .AN ALIVE ""HAT'S ALL HIP ED TO BE! ALIVE!! JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT MISS MORAN ADVISOR VIRGIL NIEISEN PRES , LOIS THOVPSEN VICE PRES , SHARON SI-RIVER-SE AR JOHN O' NEAL TREAS , MR SCHOTZIND DVISOR it 'E n 'S i 1 ,-Sa. Jn. 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W' 1 Baseball 04. ,,,, J ' "g::r.u:f:'-f-7-,,, ,. v -.- M N , - , ,, ,..,,-f ww. Q .5 1' .I A xi I K, 'KJ 429 4 L YE ,JL 111- Q, Rowl 1'ERRYR,BoBJ,Lo11ENF,BERTK,Dom1nR,fcrCHARDJ, Rowe coAcH Don ALLA11, DARRELLS PAULL DAVIDS ,DQNALDP , LFSLU-:H L1:,ONP,JOHNE WQL ..-SEL? f Wi ifxivi-an " """' ,.a 'WY . . Wil 54"i'E-I -.ff-f N 'ff' .f-IK wg Y if 'K ,vi -QS W6 fi 3 gee' f J vw f 1 E2 E , 'P . ,wg ,Q I wk, .- 9, Q 2, 5 ww WM ur 1 5 , C I , O I ' 4. , Mascot IIB n TEAM CHEERLEADERS Pep Club THE PEP-US CLUB WAS FORMERLY CALLED BOOSTER CLUB AND SBR- VICE CLUB. EACH MEMBER SEHVES AND USHEIE AT BASKETBALL GAMES PLAYS, AND OTHER SCHOOL ACTIVI- TIES. IT WAS STARTED BY MISS MAGANDY. -,S Home- Coming Us H: ' f7ff.f5f399' X THE ROYAL PART! KIK3 BILL, QUEEN BRENDA 8: BOB GERMAN BAND N BOIFIHE 4 FACULTY BLlD??? COURT JESTERS f4 PUSH--RICH ff-W v---fy-v 1-,T-v , L.. JAI. ::'.LL1..A1'.r. 4 fm WORDS ????? Initiation mmm HURRAH! wao LEAD ms SCHOOL IN A amnn o1.n un, mn us nm 1ow1.r somownrs. Down on oun mms WE my ro PLEASE THE smuons. mms, wx: Pauss THE HIGH mn mam ssmons. W, Y m.f- 595 i ki' A SOI.O???? SIIG--IDU SOPIDIDRIS GUILTY? YES RIDE 'Ein Q- --M- oo, Mmoo WHO IS IT? Music Department 'PHI ISM-E IWILJGV' PUB O 1932 33 IT FOTNEI51 J O F'IF'I"W'TI GIIUQ 'C' NOv HAV' A HOQUJ 'W aIfTY my -5 'FFT EAI? 2-33. QU? 1315 Cgxbzsms FUI!-TIVQ V. ,. fx ....4.-.....a. THIS IS THE SPHOOL ORCHESTRA OF 1932 33 va. NOV HAH DISBANDED f 4 IW! M Pu-an Row-.IANICE J., ELAINE s., BARBARA N., CARDLIN s., JEANNE J., mms G., NARLENE F., SHARON J., MARION J., JANICE M., SHIRLEI H., ILONA J., DEANNA w., DEANNA D., second Row-JUDY w., ARLEEN L., JUD! N., SANDY s., RUTH s., HYRNA L., COLLEEN L., JUDY J., AUDREI J., BARBARA B., EAE J., BONNIE B., JANE L., ARLIS R., nm-d Row-ALLEN c., ARDHT M., DALE s., SANDRA R., BRENDA s., HAVIS U., DARRELL s., ROGER F., LEDN P., LESLIE R., EUGENE s., RDLLAND J., .DHN s., ROBEM' J., Pmmh Row-ALLEN c., PEIER J., ANKER B., CARROL K., Roan J., DENNIS lc., DENNIS J., RDDNEI A., ROBERT c., CARLTON E., LYLE P., DON v. w., DDNALD P., ADHN o., mm P. Advisoh-MR. CHRISTENSEN mn Row-JANF1' E., LINDA H., .nm D., DIANE U., .mm L., JAN1cE P., VALERIE A., mm: D., LADONNA H., smnou P., DEANNA s., mm J., JEAN J., CARDLIN c., JANET c., ONALLEE s., CLE!!! E., JANE: L., LINDA J., second Raw-JEAN K., BECK! s., nerr! R., KARU J., Rum L., mmm w., CAROLIN N., LANA J., BEl'I'Y D., PAULA L., HAR! u., sonn E., SANDRA N., .mos J., wma o., smnon o., NAR! A., DIANE J., 'rim-A Row-JUES J., sm.: x., RICHARD J., ERIC E., NIDEAEL D., DENNIS P., DENNIS P., LESLIE s., nm n., mum o., mrs R., DDNALD R., RICHARD n., CURTIS D., mam w., .nan L., DAR! U., Advioomvlil. cmusrmsss ar 17' A ...l 5 BAND DIRECTOR f Z X 5? CLARINETS CONNIE LARSEN SANDRA STEFADEEN CLEO KELLER KAREN BARKLEY BONNIE BLOMEREN JUDY JACOBSEN ONALLEE SOREIXEEN BARBARA SINDIN3 JUDY LUND CURTIS I-IOLMQUIST JANICE FREDKICKSEN DONNA DALHBERG BASS CLAKI NET COLLEEN LARSEN SOPHUS LUND MR. LUND HAS BEEN BAND DIR- ECTOR IN TYLER FOR ELEVEN YEARS. FOR TEN OF 'IHESE YEARL THE BAND HAS RECEIVED "A" IN DISTRICT AND REGIONAL CONTESTS. FLUTFS BARBARA BIDMSREN LI NDA J OHIB O N ELI ZABETH BRUC HMANN JEIB REI IEETH SAXO PHONES SHARON JEIXSEN HYRNA LARSEN TENOR SAXOPHONE JEAN JENSEN BAFI TONE SAXO PHONE KAE JOHINBON . gg 'Z , fl Yi: ff Q - I 'A if :mf s X f f 'A f b 9 , ,ff 1 , H if f ' fi' 'af' r"""" ' 4. nr " . 4 'Q ,Q ,E , .v , ff f 1-if af' 'mf '91 A , A ' ff ,i ' ..' Q. . 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AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT nmAmummmmEDmmmm mwmsommmzmim 1951 UN ER THE DIRECTION OF Mm. PDTERSEN WITH MD. IDN NELSON, THE FIRST INSTBJUCTOR. MR. NELSON ACHIEVED GREAT SUCCESS WITH EIS AGRICULTURE CROP-JUDGING AND OTHER CXJNTEST TEAMS. '51 COMMERICAL DEPARTMENT THE COMIERCIAL DEPARTTEIIT WAS ONE OF THE FEW DEPARTMENTS STARTED BEFORE MR. PETERSEN CAME. IT WAS FIRST PLACED IN WHAT IS NOW THE IIBRARY. THEN IT WAS IVDVED TO WHERE THE MAIN OFFICE IS. FROM THERE IT WAS MOVED TO THE NEW HOPE ECONOMICS ROOM AND FINALLY IT WAS IDVED TO WHERE IT IS NOW. .X Class Plays C1908-19095 THE FIRST GRADUATING CLASS CONSISTED OF ONLY ONE PUPIL, CLARA PETERSON IN THE SECOND CLASS 'HERE FOUR: ESTELLA GRONLUND, SIDSEL NIELSON, ELEAIDRA HENRICKSEN, AND DAGMAR PETERSON. THESE FOUR GIRLS SHOWED THEIR TALENT IN WRITING THEIR CNN CLASS PLAY, "THAT HORBIBLE EXAM". ,,,.,, f.x .Q'xLf1 , .,,. ss .,,s -. ss --- W , ,.-,.Qx-.- ......-,.A. .,... ,. VAJL. 1s,. "Daffy DiIIs" . 'A .ul -- ul " " ij ,P 1. 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CharIie's f 'fn If if Publlcahons EDITOR ASSISTANT EDITOR HISINESS UANAGER ASSISTANT HISINESS IAHAGER ART EDITORS VIVIAH KELSI, ELKA BISBALLE, AND CLASS EDITORS SINIOR ANI TA VADHEII , JUNIOR SJPFKMORE FRESIIEN SPORT ITOR IUSIC EDITOR HUIOR EDITOR IARTHA JEHSBI EIIUHD RI! IOIRAD JEKSEI BHIEST TFXMSEH KLNA JOHANSEN ELINORE IDNGREI ALICE CDNNORS IDHIS NELSEN PHYLLIS EHHET IVAN UTOFT ELEANOR RI! ARLIN BRANUI' SCHOOL EVENTS EDITORS IAIUARET CIDSTOH , INGA JOHANSEN PHOTQXIRAPHIRS JAIES OLSEN, PAUL SNK TYPISTS KATHERINE SHEET, FIDRDICE JAOOBSEN, AND THEIIA IDT! ADVISRS HR H A PETERSEN, KISS G UAGANUY THE FIRST ANNUAL EVER TO BE PUBLIS-IED BY THB TYLEW. SCHOOLS IAS PUBLISHED IN 1932, UNDERTHE DIRECTICN OF IR H A PITHSEN AND IISSG IAGANDI TIHTI FIVE YEAH IATDI, 'TILHXIAN' OF 1957 HAS CZITRIBUTE T0 THIS FROGRES WITH THESE 'PIRST8 " THE FIRST HARD-DCD min T0 APPEAR G A TYLER IEARHJOK THE FIRST SIITI PAGE Al EVElPUBLISHEDATTII.B7. THEHBSTTIIIHIIHQERHUAKDPASTACI IVITEHAVEBElmSSB'l'lDIlA'1TLQ!ZABHXJK ANNUAL STAFF OF THE "TYLERIAN" 19314-35 sl Vlfuflr' 4 ,iff Y' , ' v ' .., ' f , 1 TW 81' gf ,:'F",.f ""' .,,l 'Q 5 H As N A, . 1-W1 af ' I I A if nf" if gjxJ3'fgWix NYG 'iii B . 6 A Y M! M. A ---W. izisfwgf .7--ag il W-gf ,A Mass Gwendolyn Magandy lv JS' IT IS A PLEASURE TO HONOR MISS GVEN IVIAGANDY WHO HAS SPENT TJRNTY NINE YEARS IIX THE TYLER. SYSTET' SHE WAS OTE OF THE FIRST PRINCIPAIS IN THE TYLER SCHOOLS AND HAS SHOULDER.I?.D THE PROBLEMS OF THOSE WITH WHOM SHE HAS EIWN ASSOCIATED IN THE PAST YEARS G1'f'N'S SRPVICE TO THE STUDENTS AND TO THE SCHOOL CAN ONLY BE PEASURED IN 'FERNE OF TIIIBUTSS PHD BY GP.ADUATFS YEAR AFTER YEAR. O If ,iv I: - Vg ' , V x 4 I ' . , 'fx xx . -Z, 5 . VY in ,iv . V. li 1 K , - 3? zfiw ,aff Q- , . 1 ' ...J - l ' Y F , AJQ 1 L I vii-4. -A u F. H. Club Lettermen's Club .JOHN K., CARROLL N., LDBEN P., DENNIS N., PETER J., BDBERI J., Boom F., BDBBBT P., DARRELL S., BERT N., DENNIS o., RICHARD A. VIRG11 N., DAVID S., JANS K., JOHN E., DANIAL c., ALLAN F., DON ALLAR-ADVIS'JR., DONALD P., BILL D., LESLIE H., LEDN P., CECIL c., DARRELL s. THIS CLUB WAS ORGANIZED BY HR. ALLAR. ILDNA J., BDNNIE B., KATHY N., ALBER'.l'A w., LAvoNNE w., MAUEEBN H., SHARON S., ooNNIB L., MAVIS o., BARBARA N., KATHY D., DONNA D., LINDA J., CAROLIN S., ELAINE S., HYRNA L., JUDY w., EVONNE S., BEVERLY w., MARJDRIE J., KAREN v., CAROL S., IONA S., mss mam- ADVISDR,,MARION J., MARLENE F., -DICE B., mrm J., BEVERLY L., GOLLEEN L. Photography Club GENE N., BERT B., PDM D. H., MR. PETEBSBN.ADvISoB THIS CLUB wAS ORGANIZED BY MB. PETERSEN. 9 2 '? G A.A Club Row I KATHY K., ILONA J , KAREN E LADONNA E , DIANE H , VALERIE A Eow 2 CAROLYN c. SHIRLEY H BONNIEB , JEANNEH, EEVEELEL ADVISOR, MISS ULEICH, SILVIA , RUTHJ , BARBARAN, SANDYS 'Tr 'fl 'sin if Q C x X 4 :Y-T f 1 M1 f5,11i,f,a 1f,f U wTP,T:h., "qw-7fN"-f 'Ww- , M-fMv11M""A ' K sp , 'BR - L fag, -' f"'4S.'g'5,X2, i,i,,, H 'WJ 'T yu V V v ni "-s..5-W --M Y --- ,H , -5--... ,gg -1 S... ' 'QQ-5--, 5-5 '-iqkx R 14ct1 1t1eA THE DARK ROOM FACULTY GERMAN BAND STUDENT SCFDOL BOARD LFBION AUXILIARY FLOAT SENIOR HOMECOMUG FLOAT "ELVIS" AND COMPANY AT FRESH!-IAN PARTY JANITORS FOR STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY SECRETARY--JUDY NYHUS COOKS FOR STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY ,wad Ill lllll AUXILIARY N .ffl-A ,J , 1 'Ns fi .lgglifr PICTURES OR WRITING?? MAKING PUNCH?7 BAND PICTURES! SINGER CALYPSO PETE Xf- LILL f5ff1i::T7"'W" 1 A Q I 4 Q WF: ,r ' o ox" 66 rw C ij' 'Eqg V "' X-. 1' Q ",f+-.-....e. .41 X44 , l 9 , I , .r...,...-' N -- .'T': 1 A' l L , 5 gl 41' 'T' :N T' T47 's 'X "N Q "' A.- ,-l.- 7' f.,-as - - - 'G . ' 'L' ' '- - Q7 ' 'Q T539 ' hm" . n . 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"FEI UHALLQG! 01" CHLIGX' Asst. Snpt. ot Schools, Souix Falls, South mk0f1l x 13 'OINLRD YB PKDPLES'-------------SIBILIU8 'YOU'LL NEVER WALK AIDN'E"---------IABING Tylsr High School lixod Qxorus, Brucs Chriatanson, Director Acconpmiod hy Janice lidolssn, Bath Johanson and Beverly Ounnison PRBSINTATIOH OF CLASS GITI'-FILLIAI DRBSE Accxmmcs or om---mann A. Psrsnsn -nmlcuoo - f AUDIHCI BElE'DIG'IOl--------REV. A. I. lmao! nscnssmm.-----mm .rorwlsn um BEVERLY OUIHISJI I - i-F Qilhq 1-unIJ af L We Ring time of the uture l -V ...VA 411' '.l. ,uri l H- , Y . ff-, ij,-,-,4,.,,,:,,,- . . H A . , , . -1 - ff. 4- .1 C. ,ww 4'.v'Z-0:1,,.,,, , ,-- 4. I JJ. . Q. Q, , . , , M x , g..,., 5. . .'......-.. g.g.f"'.,'k,V ' ' ,V . 'E , .. Y, ,, 1 I 3 .f , l. , 54 '55- in ' 7 L L' ,' VALBDICTOBIAI Janice lickolson SALUTATUBIAI Robert J onsen ' Pl' H FEET'T'IlE THE GAVEL TO THE NEW STUDENT CGUTTJIL PRESIDENT 'ix Dff The Y Cx k Recor Q Q 'E-g 'Tl . 9 1,-F' gl'- LI: K T 'K fl X! Quarter Century of Progress IN THE PRECEDING PAGES YOU HAVE COME IN CONTACT WITH OUR SCHOOL AND ITS ACTIVITIES YOU HAVE ALSO SEEN PICTURES OF STUDENTS AND ACTIVITIES DATING BACK MORE THAN TWENTY FIVE YEARS MOST OF THE PRESENT DAY ACTIVITIES TRADITIONS DEPARTNIENTS AND FACILITIES HAVE BEEN FOUNDED IN THE PAST TWENTY FIVE YEARS WE ARE PROUD OF OUR SCHOOL AND THE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES THAT IT HAS TO OFFER IN THIS YEARBOOK WE HAVE TRIED TO PAY HOMAGE TO NIR H A PETERSEN OUR SUP ERINTENDENT FOR WE FEEL THAT THIS QUARTER CENTURY OF PROGRESS IS DUE TO HIS HIGH REGARD FOR THE TYLER SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY WE HOPE THIS 1957 EDITION OF THE TYLERIAN' WILL BE A CONSTANT REMINDER OF PROF S DEVOTION AND CON TRIBUTION TO THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM OF TYLER AND THAT WE MAY NEVER FORGET OUR BELOVED SUPERINTENDENT MR HARALD A PETERSEN THE FOLLOWING IS A PARTIAL LIST OF THE EXPANDED SCHOOL PROGRAM WHICH HAS OCCURRED OVER THE PAST TWENTY FIVE YEARS DRIVER TRAINING JUNIOR HIGH PLAY DAY SPRING KINDERGARTEN ENLARGEIVIENT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT LIGHTED FOOTBALL FIELD GRADE PUPIL TRIPS SCHOOL SECRETARY BOY SCOUTS STUDENT COUNCIL SENIOR TRIPS TO CITIES HOT LUNCH PROGRAM INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT IMPROVED ACCOUSTICS IN AUDITORIUM HOME MAKING DEPARTNIENT SPOTLIGHTS FOR THE STAGE EXPANSION OF SCIENCE DEPARTIVIENT AUDIO VISUAL PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION SYSTEM PRINCIPALS HOMECOMING TROPHY CASE SCHOOL ANNUAL DARK ROOM SCHOOL PAPER PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB SEPARATE LIBRARY JUNIOR HIGH SPORTS UNIVENT TYPE OF HEATING ADDITIONAL SCHOOL PROPERTY SCHOOL BUS PROGRAM TENNIS COURTS COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES AT VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT SCHOOL AUDITORIUM DIPHTHERIA SHOTS FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN EXPANSION OF MUSIC DEPARTMENTS CHRISTMAS LIGHTING NEW ELEMENTARY BUILDING BEAUTIFICATION OF SCHOOL GROUNDS NEW ADDITION TO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ARCHERY CLUB FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA ROD AND GUN CLUB LOUNGE FOR TEACHERS FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA TEACHERS ORGANIZATION ON LOCAL LEVEL GRADE SCHOOL LIBRARY DEPARTMENT pEp CLUB PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM I . 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