Union Free High School - Terrace Memories Yearbook (De Forest, WI)

 - Class of 1949

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Co Editors Arlene Brooks Phylhs Gasman Busmess Managers Lloyd Jennrngs Roger Knleff Advisors Mlss Landberg Mr Glynn Union Free Hugh School Frederuc Wnscon sm llllllllilllll Wisdom as our class advisor humor in his teaching and a friend to each of us in the class of 49 these are fitting reasons why Kosy Those of us who were members of his commercial and bookkeeping classes because of his good humor and frequent pokes con sidered our studies a pleasure rather than a duty ln addition Mr Kosy was our class ad visor since our Sophomore year and in this capacity guided us in planning a successful Prom and other activities Prior to his teaching here at Frederic Mr Armored Division During his service in the war he received several medals among them two Belgian decorations and the American Bronze Star and Purple Heart lt is no wonder then that you Mr Kosy have inspired our theme and induced us to dedicate this MAGNET to you -4 is we are dedicating this annual to Mr. Eugene Kosy had served as a captain in the U.S. Third ABS Cl IH IICUII JW 1' 111 1 'ff Y L7 if 20 .0 A I 1 , :Q A1 'fu Z5 0 154 Aj, Mfg! fl xy .E 'Z7 1 25 1!.f 6 Z! 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' X r 3 I at X ,- 4 I e . 4Axk 1 2 ' . ff 1' DARLENE ALDEN She puts her worrues ln a pocket with a hole ln lt' Cholr 1234 Band l 2 3 4 Magnet 24 Golden Nu get l 2 Offnce l Class Play 3 aim "uf EDNA BORUP Charm strikes the sught but ment wins the souls Choir l 2 3 4 Magnet 3 4 Lubrary l 2 3 .1444 43 HAZEL AMUNDSON The postman s dally trud Qe"Y Magnet 4 Lubrary l 2 3 F H A 2 3 4 19 .47 4 , AMIL BAKER He s the sort of man who huts the nall squarely on the thumb DU WAYNE BRABEC ARLENE BROOKS l often wondered what Ta ent IS a glft tact as sort of woman I would sk have made Cholr l4 Magnet 34 Chour l 2 3 4 Band l 2 3 Golden Nugget 2 3 4 4 Class Play 3 Forensics 3 4 Offuce 2 3 FHA I2 Class Play 3 ELINOR DAEFFLER Snlence IS more musical than any song 3 5 Choir 34 Magnet 4 Q x Photo Club 3 FHA 4 DENNIS BOHN Hrs smlle IS a whisper of a laugh Cholr 2 3 4 Photo Club 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 3 Boy Scouts 2 DONOVAN CHRISTENSON East rs East and West as Grantsburg Chonr l 234 Band l 2 3 4 Magnet 24 Golden Nugget l Photo Club 3 Class Play 3 Football l 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 F Club l 2 3 4 e ball 2 3 4 A 1 ' L bl 1 1- , 1 l . 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PHYLLIS GASMAN Accuracy IS the twln bro ther of honesty Band l 2 3 Magnet 2 3 4 Golden Nugget 23 4 Ice l FHA 2 Class ottucer fSec Treas ll Homecomnng Queen 4 xr I-C' fwz 'B BARRY JOHNSON Its better to wear out than rust out Choir 234 Magnet 4 FFA l 2 Football l Bas ketball l 2 f' 1, me 1' ' yyll I y 1 T2 "' 1 V fi ' 1.4 If . s 'TMJ' fl-9 "' 1 1, 3 V 1 ' 1 1,1 ,V ,Lys x . . - I I . - d . . . , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 - 1 1 1 Llb 1 1 1 I ' I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Off A1 13141 1 1 ' ' ' alnsnw nl ' !,. t1v-. Y Q 1 -: I 1- - I ww' ' I 1, ""'... "' 'rv ,K sa, "iff , P54122 ' . I - I I l , - 1 ' I - I 1 1 I I 1 I I . 1 5 I ' l, Q l,2,3. h . 1 - J . 1 E 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 k - ball l. . ' 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 I 1 1 3,4. BEI IY JOHNSON MARIE JOHNSON Boys are bothersome but Dates are my favorute I dont mind benng both fruit ered Chour I 2 3 4 Band I 2 Choir I 2 3 4 Band I 2 3 4 Magnet 3 4 Golden 34 Magnet 4 Golden Nugget I2 Nugget 4 FHA I 2 3 4 Cheerleader I 2 3 4 Ma jorette I 2 3 4 all ffl ORVAL JOHNSON I thunk I could be good Magnet 4 Photo Club 3 Forensics I FFA I 3 Bas ket all I3 Baseball 2 ROGER KNIEFF We have but one polnce force the American women Choir I 234 Band I2 34 Magnet 34 Photo Club3 Basketball I Boy Scouts I 23 Homecom :ng Kung 4 Class otfncer I3 lPresudentI I Vnce Pres 3 IO SHIRLEY LAATSCH We do It dlfferent out our way Magnet 4 Lubrary I 2 3 4 FHA I 2 3 4 ln' ft DELORES LARSEN The Unspoken word does no harm Magnet 4 Golden Nug get 3 4 Lubrary 2 3 GLORIANN LINDQUIST If I can t do great thangs I can do small things In a great way Cholr I 23 4 Band I2 3 4 Magnet 4 Golden Nugget 3 4 FHA I 2 3 4 MARIE JORGENSEN l have room nn my heart for every joy Choir I 2 Magnet 4 Gol den Nugget I Lrbrary 2 3 FHA I 2 3 I --'R ROBERT LARSEN Has smile IS like turnlnq up a lamp Magnet 4 Golden Nugget 3 Photo Club3 FFA I 2 34 Football I 24 Bas ketball I 2 3 4 F Club 4 Baseball 2 3 4 HQ g ,,.. ,g I X '.p A 3 A 4 ' A I I . 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"Aa is - 1 111 1 ' 1 1111 ll 1 111' 1' 1' 1 1 11 11 11 11 111 ' 1 1 1111 1 111 ' 111 1 1 1 1 . 1 1111 11 ' 11 1 11 111' DENNIS MATTSON I get too much competl tnon when I talk 'f' Cl " JANICE NELSON Im as free from gullt as a dollar watch Forensics I 4 FHA I 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Cholr I 2 3 4 Magnet 3 4 RUSSELL MELLGREN For two weeks nn the hos pxtal I lnnger between Lute and Esqunre Cholr I23 Photo Club 3 Football I 24 Basket bal I2 Track 34 oy Scouts I 2 3 'UPG T MARION PETERSON We women talk too much but even then we dont tell half we know Choir I 2 3 4 Magnet 3 4 Golden Nugget 2 3 Llbrary I Class Play3 KENNETH SAHR lm gettmg along fine w I t h everythung b ut school Choir I23 Football I Basketball I 2 4 Baseball 483-1 'w"7 GERALD MO'l'I' He Isnt sharp he Isnt flat he s just natural Magnet 4 Forenslcs I FFA I Class Play 3 Bas ketball I 4 Track 4 afi- SAMMUEL PFLUGER To llve long It IS necessary to move slowly Cholr I 2 3 4 Magnet 4 FFA I 234 Football 2 3 4 Basketball I 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 'FF 11' 'rt ips EMMA NELSON To be strong :sto be hap Golden Nugget 3 FHA 234 Chonr I T' LOLITA RICHTER lm a little pralrle flower growung wslder e v e r y hour Magnet 4 Golden Nugget 4 Library 2 3 Forensics 3 4 FHA 2 3 4 Il fly, g Q ' f 11 I . 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Colors Green and White Flower Llly of the valley Motto Advancmg Forty nmers ,333 , . f 1, I . V ' I 1 I its A iQA'53v . . - . b d . . . . . . . . .- ' , , , Q - ' . D 1 H 1 T 2 - I I I ' 1 1 ' 1,112 I I I I 1 611,11 1 I I ' F , , , g Bas - 2,3, g F ,3,4g D , , 5 g , , I N qt ii as I we YT", 7 tm! nl 1 U - 1 1 ' is ' ' ' - 5 , , 1 - I t' k llll, I 2 ll Il , , , 1 1 I lub , 1 F 1 b 4: 1: Clbz ,,3,4, I ,Q ,Q , :IFN . I I K I I I I I I I I I I ' I I I I I 4. 12 A - D L L BACK ROW! Roland Shull, Edward GlOCl4Zif1, Donald Dahlberg, Dorothy Olson, Goldie Peterson, Shirley Carey, Rayola Anderson, l'l3Vl-an Eflgenf Be"l4l9Y LBVSOVM l-l0YCl Mielke, Robert Al'1deVS0l'1, Helen Fischer, Mary Lou Peterson, Betty O'Donnell. FIRST ROW: Elwood Erickson, Mark Dahlberg, Alan Espelien, Lyle Johnson. Claudia Denn, Beverly Lundquist, Julia Konvalin, Elizabeth Colvin, THIRD ROW: Allen Johnson, Barbara Jonei, Dale Gr0SS, Brufie Mary Lou Elfstrorn, David Anderson, Thorsten Moline, Carol Dit- Johnson, Lois Williams, Lois Formell, Ruby Bishop, Tom Lemieux, lefsen, Joan Jorgensen, Jean Jorgensen, Delores Lindfield, Dorothy Dick Wilder, Nolan Baker, Buelalt Dahlberg. SECOND ROVV1 Bar- Berglind, ABSENTj Janice Wilkinson, bara Pfluger, Georgia Auld, Irene Schroeder, Elaine Carlson, llll.lllSll lil lllliS Colors: Silver and Blue V Flower: American Beauty Rose Motto: After today, tomorrow BACK ROW: Dewey Hill, Robert Madsen, Wayne Brooks, David Knieff, Donald Honnef, Morris Matthews, Daniel Java, Clarence Fenton, Raymond Stoklasa, Ellsworth Fleming, Alvin Mork, Grant Anderson. FOURTH ROW: Patricia Stower, Helen Jensen, Lowell McFetridge, Carroll Erickson, Joan Malinovsky, Kermit Anderson, Roger W. Johnson, Caroll Fischer, Verna Deane Fees, Charles Spencer, Jaye Jensen, Greta Wiseman, Eleanore Domagola. Tl-llRD ROW: Lois Anderson, Duane Pratt, Richard Gustafson, Mary Denn, George Hunter, Georgia Brethorst, Audrey Johnson, Jerome Grean- Clllllll l er, Louise Daeffler, Dennis Frandsen, Donald Leisch, Leland John son. SECOND ROW: Margy Taylor, Walter Brown, Jo Ann Peter son, Durae Erickson, Bonnie Mellgren, Mary Ann Sauerbrey, Helen Borup, Carol Friberg, Frances Peterson, Shirley Hanson, Richard Anderson, FIRST ROW: Joan Foltz, Faith Erickson, Trevor Lun- deen, Roger E. Johnson, Oscar Schmidt, Harold Carlson, Kenneth Peterson, Arthur Johnson, Robert West, La Verne Johnson, Pat- ricia Mack, Jean Lundequam. l lllllS Colors: Gray and Gold Flower: Yellow Rose Motto: Forward Ever, Backward Never BACK ROW: James Pfluger, Robert Mack, Allen Larson, Earle Trumble, Harold Anderson, LeRoy Bosak, Jerry Hunt, Rodney Mott, Herbert Colvin, Reynold Peterson, Lowell Branstad, Arthur Kolander. FOURTH ROW: Dorothea Fenton, Audrey Anderson, Patricia Nelson, Janet Kammer, Charlotte Schmidt, Joanne John- son, Alfred Moline, Lloyd McClay, Mary Grace Moses, Lois Ander- son, Carol Lundeen, Nina Borup, Delores Domagala. THIRD ROW: Rose Van Pelt, Allan Fredericks, Merle Root, Hila Jeffery, Mary Lou Johnson, Lavone Krumm, Jean Anderson, Eileen Johnson, Joanne Wilder, Virginia Huser, Dale Erickson, Robert Turnblom. SECOND ROW: Donna Auld, Eleanore Wedin, Betty Rasmussen, Larry Espelien, Betty Anderson, Grayce Dinger, Carol Jensen, Allison Shull, Bernadine Jones, Therese Runblade, Herman Schmidt. FRONT ROW: Inez Smith, Dorothy Lockett, Betty Griep, Norma Ahlgren, John Jorgensen, Gary Glynn, Claud Wait, Ernest Trom- berg, Alice Griffin, Grace Hagen, Virginia Annett, Delores Boe. ABSENTEES: Donald Cockerham, JoAnne Graf, Kenneth Java. llllllllllil lllllS Colors: Blue and Silver Flower: Red Rose Motto: We're not at the top but climbing 4 .-v' B0 BDSM TRUSTEES Juniors M TOM LEMIEUX President Sophomores 'ini 4 KENNETH PETERSON Presndenf Freshmen X- 'F- 4 . M JERRY HUNT President I6 ALAN ESPELEIN Vnce Presldent -CS LAVERNE JOHNSON Vice Presndent 'aa-'G' if S HAROLD ANDERSON Vnce Presfdenr Af DOROTHY BERGLIND Secretary Treasurer PATRICIA MACK Sec retary Treasurer GRAYCE DINGER Secretary Treasurer .fix .5 2 U cf I ,t V-' F N . , l md' J If , qi 4 YW I J a . .1 5 " , ' ' 3 .Y 5 :Y 1: Q x. T A ff, A f 4, ff , A ?5 A V M vb. wwf, 61: . -N if f If W A . "'-href Y:-Eff? W ' S :Ti wh, i . As ,fx X Y- -T I 'T 1 Q f i 1 V 5, 1 07 v it I Y ,cf W . l K ML , L 'Tr W ' flaw . 1 fx ,h I f ' ' Q , I X f n I II l ,- R P GLYNN B Ed Whntewater Economics Driver Training Math Ci! Le .4-nv""""r s c ose The door and get Q0"'9 f can r be that bad Jerry: econonmsts e Goodness W ha, IS max wh-HQ Why sfudents get gray Y EUGENEJ KOS B E Whatewafef SS I BUSIUE Genefa HQ Bookkeepmg Typ' md Bon P aqsY H19 'V Uhde r fo' Carlso xi am u5mQ S y how do you spell .armdfs esrabllshmentar:amam9 UDO flrne c 'W 'i-f Mr Rwedasch th Looking 'O' 'he an mkS ns e we aSY bm dOnT Q Swer Trevor7 T DONALD W RIEDASCH B S Superior State Englash World Hastory Ll oyd Vofunfeers Ha R h aria f 4.4 If-,d LQ! 4331 MRS BETTY AMUNDSON B S Stout Institute Home Economics qaste hkel' n ef what W o rew the fa fs- Am u ndson ,S d 'Yer' Derrs' W I I at less I they '7Of ri . D Ping out Seams ORVILLE FINDRENG A Upper Iowa University Hnstory Bnology Geography Athletucs B X01 xX Wa cuce Flunk 9 a"Y and avoad the rush nd Wulbur knows W5 way you Xntenof Dev affment W MW Be Cafeful mth t BY mach' OQYXIUQ xod if WILLIAM F JOHNSON B S Stoute Institute Industrial Arts and " essed up -1- Nx df LQQKS CBSY WI-,a e ma He,-I C Iaudexwo I fl I' Ph e me SP-arp X BRUCE SHATTUCK B E Whitewater Science College Algebra Athlehcs Ph ysucs Lffffe of does If f ww? GENIUS Ss zero 15 nolhmg To Us 3 How rnar1Y Pounu A Here ef we hve O r lasy mght M ary LOU! thx iv' MISS LOIS LANDBERG B S River Falls H tor Library English World IS y Bac li 'fl Order: Len Cl rw g a h6fp,n Q hand K 0' gf-uv., W xx-. N, . M., ,- WALTER STEN EMAN B S River alls Agriculture Algebra av" 'A foux here mexhH'1Q o here 5 5 S bake well r,...f""'A.?f before U s Ing 5 DU5Y EQEVYO Fa rrnef RUSS :IA KI Dr o ef XOY Business Links Activities ,ff x Q ff 3 RICHARD LAURSEN University of Wisconsin Band and Choir llllll BACK ROW: ShirleY Carey, Charles Spencer, Alan Larson, La Verne Johnson, Lyle Johnson, Berkley Larson, Grant Anderson, Herbert Col- vin. FOURTH ROW: Du Wayne Brabec, Margy Taylor, Donovan Christensen, Jerry Hunt, Roger Knieff, Lloyd Jennings, Mary Grace Moses, Darlene Alden, Delores Lindfield, Mary Lou Elfstrom. THIRD ROW1 George Hunter, Ellsworth Fleming, Virginia Annett, Dale Gross, Charlotte Schmidt, Carol Jensen, lrene Schroeder, Lowell Branstad, Joan Foltz, Shirley Hanson, Greta Wiseman. SECOND ROW: Ruby Bishop, Helen Fischer, Jim Glockzin, Gloriann Lindquist, Durae Erick- son, Caroll Fischer, Donna Auld, Lois Anderson, Helen Jensen, Alli- son Shull, Dorothea Fenton. FRONT ROW: Bernice Johnson, Delores Boe, Jean Lundeouam, Ernest Tromberg, Betty Johnson, Marie Schroe- der, Marie Johnson, Alice Griffin, Verna Deane Fees, Dale Erickson. G gf . 'EA . 5 A pl g Q' s1s4e3.a'e,3,?3i-vs 'Q 'Q .,,,'sviIVv94"' oyv, X , - !!",H' "M' fn" ll v Y Y V Y v v N7 1 Q! ' .. 1 .L . W , Wi? 'A sw QQ IVIABNH 244 BACK ROW: Lolita Richter, Joanne Johnson, Mary Grace Moses, son, Goldie Peterson, Elaine Carlson, Irene Schroeder, Bonnie Mell- Charles Spencer, Robert Hahn, Ellsworth Fleming, Caroll Fischer, gren, Carol Friberg. FRONT ROW: Frances Peterson, Phyllis Gas- Lois Anderson, Greta Wiseman. SECOND ROW: Lavone Krumm, man, Margy Taylor, Arlene Brooks, Lois Forrnell, Gloriann Lind- Durae Erickson, Betty Johnson, Mary Ann Sauerbrey, Audrey John- quist, Mr. Kosy, Julia Konvalin, Gary Glynn. llllllllll lllllillll B BACK ROW: Gloriann, Lois, Arlene, Editors. SEAT- ED: Phyllis Gasrnan and Mr. Kosy, Advisory Board. 3l O 063 b J l. BACK ROW: Lois Anderson, Joanne Johnson, Dorothy Olson, Mary Grace Moses, Shirley Carey, Verna Deane Fees, Lois Williams, Gloriann Lindquist, Caroll Fischer, Joan Malinovsky, Elinor Daef- fler, Betty Fox, Lolita Richter, Greta Wiseman. FOURTH ROW: Eleanore Domagala, Hila Jeffrey, Georgia Brethorst, Bonnie Mell- gren, Mary Ann Sauerbrey, Lois Anderson, Helen Fischer, Janice Nelson, Rayola Anderson, Audrey Johnson, Patsy Stower, Charlotte Schmidt, Mary Lou Peterson. THIRD ROW: Joanne Wilder, Pat- ricia Nelson, Louise Daeffler, Joan Jorgensen, Carol Ditlefson, Jo- anne Peterson, Helen Borup, Luella Schmidt, Durae Erickson, Carol 2 -Ev X l n-.1 x . H. A. 33 Friberg, Hazel Amundson, Carol Lundeen, Mary Lou Johnson, De- lores Domagala. SECOND ROW: Dorothea Fenton, Betty John- son, Delores Lindfield, Jean Jorgensen, Jean Anderson, Allison Shull, Nina Borup, Frances Peterson, Shirley Laatch, Margy Tay- lor, Eleanor Wedin, Bernice Johnson, Shirley Hanson. FRONT ROW: Patsy Mack, Phyllis Gasman, Barbara Pfluger, Betty Rasmas- sen, Emma Nelson, Bernadine Jones, Rose Van Pelt, Beverly Lund- quist, Betty Jo Anderson, Lavone Krumm, Joan Foltz, Grace Hagen, Betty Griep, Jean Spores. Q :Lg t , 1 Af l ':, as In In Ao BACK ROW: Lowell McFetridge, Roland Shull, Bob Larsen, Bob son, Sam Pfluger, Frank Weiser, Robert Mack, Duane Pratt. FRONT Weinzierl, Mr. Steneman-Advisor, Donald Honnef, Harlan Engen, ROW: Dale Erickson, Roger E. Johnson, James Pfluger, Kenneth David Knieff, Bruce Johnson, Harold Anderson. SECOND ROW: Peterson, Oscar Schmidt, Alan Ff9d9flCkS, Herman Schmidt, Merle Thorsten Moline, Dennis Frandsen, Allen Johnson, Reynold Peter- Root, Alfred Moline. , 4, 71' BACK ROW: Mary Lou Peterson, Helen Jensen, Richard Gustaf- Margy Taylor. FRONT ROW: Janice Wilkinson, Carol Jensen, La- son, Lois Formell, Robert Hahn, Verna Dean Fees, David Ander- vone Krurnm, Eleanore Wedin, Nina Borup, Dorothy Berglind, Hila son, Lolita Richter. SECOND ROW: Goldie Peterson, Arlene Jeffery, Betty Rasmussen. Brooks, Janice Nelson, Patsy Stower, Audrey Johnson, Mary Denn, 'I Hllll SIDS Miss Landberg and Mr. Riedasch, Directors. 33 an a 4 1 2 f i 2 BACK ROW: Ruby Bxshop, Mark Dalwllucrg, Bob Anderson, Edward dcrson. FIRST ROW. Betty O'Donncll, Rayola Anderson, Elaine Glockzrn, Roland Shull, Mr, Rrcdawh SECOND ROW: Shmrlcy Carlson, Goldre Peterson, Dorothy Bcrglind, Delores Lnndficld. Carey, Bruce Johnson, Lora Forrncll, Thomas Lcrnlcux, Davrd An- "llll Bllllllll li HllllSl lllllCH" Junior Class Play , 9 fl 1 - 1' ' . 5 1, ,5 , 11.3141 g 'Q A., 5 X1 ' V I - H X ' fri, 5. fi l 1 A Q N Q 4 '1 r :XA K l w fr Y li' -'A O f ' - r . D' 'QA , " .. V A 55, , 1 Q ' p x h I ," A H tv . T . 2 34 Business Links S ports 26 So Wm XX QVC YH! R W, , we 5 If NUM., V Tw ,,V, mqwm ,TS Y 4 NG' If F ,Mini X f .f -J . .6 A, - l C , . - nf x X -1 Y i., "' Frederic Frederic Frederic Frederic Frederic Frederic Coach Findreng tells Coach Shattuck, "THIS is a football." 31 BACK ROW: Coach Shattuck, Kenneth Peterson, Harold Carlson, Earle Trumble, Claude Wait, Dewey Hill, Wayne Brooks, Elwood Erickson, Le Roy Bosak, Morris Matthews, James Pfluger, Jerry Hunt, Oscar Schmidt, Coach Findreng. THIRD ROW: Dennis Frandsen, Mark Dahlberg, Herbert Colvin, Richard Gustafson, Don- ovan Christensen, Raymond Staklasa, Allen Johnson, Merle Root, 36 llllllllllll ,-,------13 Milltown --,,---- 0 ,,,-U--- 0 Amery --. ------30 W, ----... 27 Luck ........... 7 ,-------.. 0 St. Croix ---------'l2 ------, A- 7 Osceola ------, -21 ,--------27 Grantsburg ------- 0 3 x 35? f-l' . xbnxg 3 'T Ernest Tromberg, Rodney Mott, Carroll Erickson, Bruce Johnson Tom Lemieux. SECOND ROW: Lyle Johnson, Dan Java, Morris Fortmann, Neal Wilcox, Bob Larsen, Alan Schartner, Co-Captain, Loren Sawyer, CoeCaptain, Bob Weinzierl, Frank Weiser, Bob Flani- gan, Sam Pfluger. FRONT ROW: Bob Anderson, Arthur Johnson -Managers. 'D GNN SAM LARROLL SCAR G JERR Ni BRUCE 1 FORTMANN X. 265, k MARK GUSSIE DAN WEINZIE PETE iW32i?x.E'V2Af . ivxi., znxf 1 Q f, 5 J ' . K K 4 ,A , A , 1 KE M .n , PQ'-'f K' uf? M V 7m JI , Q I ,t If , , , , , , . , x W u U 5 ' 7 X, X A 3 I s 1. k TY! 94 'Lx X Q ' .. 'W af N 1' Y Wm 'li BEE o + M L if ,nr X 5 1 1 ,y 1 , A 'fu fy Y 4 f xg X lc ? N Y YQ' 1 ' ,ll l '1 , .2 "tx V -41 U' HUD W Q 1 15 VL A ' SAN X h e . 1 ' ll K W ' A 3 ' v- ' Q I l I ' "' , iw ' 1 I x x Q WILBUR A-R . HW .- 4-,v . .a -rj -, - I 3 1 ,ly v , 1 ' lr: x lIHSl llAM B SKllBAll Donovan Chrnstensen, Mark Dahlberg, Robert Flanigan, Lloyd Mrelkc, Neal Wilcox, Robert Anderson, Loren Sawyer. f ' X 1- , W ' 7' ' 'JS ,Q QL fl we? 'L' ' ' ffl- ' 4 f " M ,. A Q- 521 SEER U llAM BASKEIB ll BACK ROW: LaVerne Johnson, Larry Espelien, Harold Carlson, Donald Liesch, George Hunter, Alan Larson, FRONT ROW: Jerome Greaner, Jerry Hunt, Lyle Johnson, Carroll Erickson, Charles Spencer. si, 'V X. lem BOB PN 1 . W: aiu 2 c X X f ,L Q I f' if w Q he fe W Y ,EX n x, LL I K Zi I, If" , ,N KJ I 3 .. e N 5 if. T 9 J Wi' -'Q ca- I J BACK ROW: Jerry Hunt, Bob Anderson, Dan Java, Lloyd Mielke, Neal Wil- cox, Bob Flanigan, Mark Dahlberg, Bob Weinzierl. SECOND ROW: Carroll Erickson, Donovan Christenson, Bob Larsen, Lyle Johnson, Ray Stoklasa, Bruce Johnson, Tom Lemieux, FRONT ROW: Oscar Schmidt, Richard Gus- tafson, Morris Fortmann, Loren Sawyer, Sam Ptluger, Kenneth Peterson, Harold Carlson. " l "lIlllll ffai XWNNXNWM lf' ,249 '-"" Loan Mrs Fwemmg Cooks Mrs Wseman Mrs I 1 HOW We Q91 around The 5 LOIS Mack Secrefary ...ow trno Mary Lou Shirley an Delo S some the Lubranan and Betty C M55 Landberg and heerleader S TCS nnlS We must have won' I' and Mrs H3 mbone All ready and wamng il 5 Bob and Jean K.,- Fu fllre -E" -nav Ben ll 5. P,,,m R Y v Oya lry LOOXQUQ xokes ROQG' Blow H e for Some 'bw b Aw let us juggle the score lowr I VV IA M' qc. K1 , t l oeYS 4RE N' Maps 'VGA 0 N QC x ee llllll llllll September 7 October November December School began back to the old grnnd Football game at Amery Oh' what a way to start out Football game with Luck lnutvatuon Better look twnce they re really boys Osceola here we lost 2l 7 Teachers meet at Eau Claire Grantsburg here we won our Homecomnng 27 O Sensor class pnctures taken Look pretty Honey' Rayola Anderson rengns over Corn Huskrng Contest at Mull town Mxlltown Homecoming we won l3 O We lost to St Croux on Vuknng Freld l2 O Presudentnal electnon Democratnc vnctory F H A Harvest dance Swrng your partner End ot turst nune weeks Football squad sees Mrnnesota Purdue game Home Economncs classes see Frugndalre demonstratlon Football conference banquet at Mnlltown Eat hardy boys' F F A Hard tume dance F H A rally at New Richmond Ten F F A boys attend natnonal convention at Kansas Cnty Mr McBrude Ah thank you grrls and boys Basketball Balsam Lake Better luck next tnme Boys are excused three days for deer huntung George De Mott juggler Practnce makes perfect Basketball wnth Webster WE WON 31 27 Amery game We dnd nt again' Klnene s assembly program Very good Boardnng House Reach l thunk I ll knock yer block oft Grantsburg there pernod No luck at Luck F H A Chrlstmas party More presents less school Mllltown there l wonder who won7 Holuday rush X55 'Fe If my E Y - 2 4,-31.5, 17 . . . 24 - ' A N 30 ' ' ' - ' , ' . LZ l , , - . 7 8 r nr.. Nl - . 7mm I6 - ' , - . f l8 - A 5 I lm , ', . -, 22 22 ' ' - , - . 29 . ' ' ' ' - - . g y 5 A -ft W, V' 11- ,, V, I 7 5 A l I 2 A - .Q .,- x 9 . . 4 . , I lO ' . " , ,' l2 . . . - ' . l3 . . . ' . l4 , A . ' ' ' . I - 'Trl I - .11 6 6- F 18 - - ' . W, B 2l 4 n ' . W N 23 , . . V , 23 ' . , - , ' 2 , ' ' ' . lO - ' . l4 . l6 . . . ' . , . sxmx . Q A5133 3573 , , llgsgok' X: 17 A . 17 A f' l I 1 J x N A 7 4 r January 3 Back to school again February 22 24 March 2 3 April May N-1 e W ., L, Ice vacation Mr Liers and his otters Basketball at Osceola We won 41 21 Game at St Croix They won Csobll We beat Amery 52 35 Semester tests rough' s.XX Balsam Lake We DID have better luck t is time -2-'jj X Still no luck at Luck We beat Milltown again Freshman return party Osceola there Viking victory All Girls prom My Darling My Darling St Croix here Nuts whats two points? St Croix Valley Conference tournaments at Osceola We beat Grantsburg' F F A tournaments at Luck Frederic landed on bottom Class tournaments-Juniors win the Beanpot Family night Donut Dunking Donkey Basketball game End of third quarter Choir clinic at Luck League forensic contest at Grantsburg P' Tri State Scholastic Press Association Convention at Superior 6 Ross- Fire works and Fiestas of South America. K Senior Hams go on Stage- Our Hearts Were Young and ,- if HY- E, .CN ' 1 Prom-A an Espelien reigns In a Little Gypsy Tearoom. Baccalaureate. Class Night. Commencement-Amen. A CAMDV .ya QB f af '- ' ' s L. 1 J 5 A 9 1 ' 7V 4 ry,-""' ' 4 S - ' U .4 , 4 ' . 5 , ' ' . 7 . , - . 11 . ' , . . S " Li 1 F ig 21 . h' ' . "' Wx, 1 ' . 4 ' - ' A 8 1 11 - ' ' ' . I4 - v h 1 - I V '11 18 . ' . , ' , 26 . . . 4 ' . 8 . . . ,, . ,, l 7 11 , 5 x - 15 Local forensic contest. - ' 25 ' . 25 ' ' ' 4 29 ' . , M, . I .- . . . . . 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Frederic Food Locker Inter County Leader Texaco Station Carlson s Hardware Theatre Cate Winberg s Store Carey s Super Service Olsen and Son Frederic Clinic Dr H E Witte Friberg s Restaurant Binford S Confectionery Frederic Star i W ilill' George s Shell Station Amundson Shoe Shop Frederic Bakery Thomson s Variety Store Firestone Store Frederic Motor Company Frederic Auto Company Frederic Farmers Union Co-op Route s Food Market Hagberg s Federated Store Hagberg s Foodland Dick s Standard Service Farmers State Bank Frederic Bottling Works Frederic Beauty Shop lndianhead Cleaners Stokley Foods Inc N D Electric and Skelgas Co Ackerman Studio Early Oil CO Dr L .l St Angelo Kusler Radio Service Windus Apparel Shop Frederic Community Motor C ff I , I I I I , . . , , ff W A, dy, ' lg' , ill E, ,ur- C TORIA L YE BOOKS cusron MYERS P . A, 1 T 'K 1 : : I1 L llcolrolnll vornu. Ali. v


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