Beresford High School - Watchdog Yearbook (Beresford, SD)

 - Class of 1948

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QUSTY, a colorful character--his favorites being purple and gold--represents fall, the season when the only green things are the freshles. Rusty's seasonal highlight is foot- ball climaxed by homecoming with journalism, library, declamatory and cheerleading passing in review, Hgliding merrily down an icicle, FROSTY, the rosy-cheeked elf, personifies winter. His laughing eyes twinkle as he anticipates the thrills of basketball, with the added sparkle of the twirlers and pep band. The fairer sex also demonstrate their athletic Ntendencies through GAA activities. Enagically floating to earth on a warm spring breeze the carefree young elf, Bud, dances gayly with your heart as he typifies spring. Spring--ah, the season of light-hearted, social whirl with the banquet and prom, music contests and graduation gaieties. .gl Vw -Q Q 'f 4 'V Sw V iff g ,- 3?,Slf1l' f1 Q Q9 Uv W -ffu i' . v ifiw 'W 'Wa Mwm -X 1 1 . nf . 1 1 Q JZ ? 2 'K , 2+ J! 2. 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A ui E A. 5, BA ,Q A k N, ia f , vs, ni X 'f 1 1'5- A Mx Y f X ,K . -fr- Q " x x 55+ 5 wwf: 1 , ' .Q au rg nfl I, Q f " ye , A,fL1 S1 'Q- A " wir' Ll -n... ,Ka-SM .aw ,gm 1 f W wi, :N N W , Ew it , C my ' Li , 2 in if as :ll Mr ' ,QE gt , 1 1 , , , 48 X, ff -2 - 'LIN . Mi 1? Q M FF wr I4 A A' v .1 :- Y 4 l w Q 1 X n K 9' N Sf .. M- '-Yay' .- ' . 141 Vamp Q .K ru iv, kgs. , W 295' u Q- N , ww is 4 v4 Q. 'Q ...x 3 I ,sv A-ai ui.?"5f'v X" 1- S,-L" . ye L A . 452 -F-r' 4 ,fu I r A -X ,Q Y -1, 4 4 .X-NK ., H n Y. Qi i WSHTEEENNISS HSI ! nter of attraction at the beginning of each .D AJ 48: 1. If scnool year seems to be the bewlldered freshmen These puzzled people are the object of many an up- per classman's comment. "The poor guys, I 1-emem- ber when--," sympathize the sophomoresg "Get a load of the innocent faces," jest the juniors, "They get smaller every year," say the seniors. Rm I: Ethelyn Anderson, Raymond Anderson, Bonnie Boden, June Briggle, llarvin Carlson, Ardis Clay. Row II: Cecil Clay, Delores Colcord, Robert Corey, Mary Dailey, Frank Determan, Delores Duncan. Row III: Robert Dvorak, Olrenneth Erickson, Veronica Fitzgerald-I-, Janice Graham, Leon Hansen, Jimmy Han- son. Row IV: Robert Hanson, Darrel Hedeen, Jay Clark, Leo Hubert, Leland Hult, Audrey Hybertson. Row Vx David Inberg-u-, Arthur Johansen, Dalton Johnson, Stanley Johnson, Joyce Kei'- fer-I-, Robert Kennedy, John Landon, Robert Lantaff, Norma Lar- son, Betty Leist, Connie McAth1e, Gerald McGuire. Rmr VI: Elizabeth Nelsen, Madonna Nordquist, Douglas Nygaazwd, Paul Quinn, Darlene Rise, Corrine Scheuring, Daryl Schoen, Delano Seglem, Melvin Smith, Robert Smith, Rodney Soderstrom, Gwyn- neth Stalheim. Row VII: Donna Stephenson, Ardell Sundstrom, Euneva Sveeggen, Charles Slfanson, June Tschudy, Marlys Voeg- eli, Duane Walker, Marlene Welch, Charlotte Howard. az- Class officers . R. G. SWEELEY American History World Geography Bookkeeping Civics Debate Declamation, Oratory Freshman Class Adviser ? gm. J g K Q HJC M , ,,,,.,. 1 5 19 , ' x nq,.Mz --g- ..f,f:. , k fff5?ii'Zf" g , ' ' ' i f 152i -an f Q ,X f S J s a .:.:.,,.,,.a,,. , HH .sq-I' .Q 1 'gg 4 'Q V 1, , fx , . Q 'gf' C 1 em wang Q ,M PHUHHISSFS N . . A Y is A NN.. ',.. 1 yrxk M A . " :W A 1,4 " -9 Q - A i A K Q , fm ' 3' l ' ,JV 1 if if f K 1 ww ,, -A 'A A i i L' , it 1' 't 1 pf '. A Q 5 . ,,, Q: 5. ,fx 4 , 5 wtf sf -.-' ff ffW 'f: 4' 'X 2 .3 4 V4 g l A D b E V, N f -G mv, 5' X J J F A A- 1 ' 'f 3449? K1 ,Q f fA .Al fi In K F J gif J Y W ' g 1 I Q :.,- , ' L , Y vw., A x K 9 E 'K ,livin 111' E' 43, ' xy f . , z ,,., ., ff Hi.wY.a 1 f ' i ywaeff 47 Z ig ! , K JS.: 'In - W rg, F "6 '32 'G is Q. n Q ' 96- -2.8 - . 4- 'EP ., ,yt-0 . . 5 3 , 4 IE Q ,w i ! 'sr ,114 We M it s 1. , ff W, -. v W ,,' 'Qi . V j ..,, 'Q A4 f 1 , 'RW i ,Q W' an fm ' , 3: gt ' 'f1..Ns.f,S ' ,A 4 W ' fr 5, s 4 , at V M. f . f f 1 f wwf' 4 4 SHHHH HI IIHHMPIHNSHIP Azure s k 1 e Q russet lea- ves mingled with the cheering crowds provide a background for the pulsepounding excite- ment of a touchdown. No season but autumn could quite capture the tantilizing virile, spirit of football! And no other figure could introduce this color as well as our own whim- sical Rusty. Twenty-four hard earned little shining gold footballs dangling proud- ly from the necks oftwenty-three letter- winning champs and one very proud coach tell the story of a rough and tough, rack- 'em and stack'em football season in which the eager beaver Watchdogs copped the Big Seven conference. The Watchdogs rugged line and alert back- field shut out conference competition this sea- son by not once alowing them in scoring territory leaving total scores at 70 to O. The case history of these champions reveals that they started the season with a slightly green look but steadily improved as they defeated the Viborg Vikings 12-O, edged out Parker 7-O, and trounced the Canton C-Hawks 26-O. On the BHS Homecoming day they held their own xathey battled to a scoreless tie with the Hurley Bulldogs. Midst mud and rain they cleaned the Lennox Orioles 12-O, leaving only unbeaten Center- ville between the Watchdogs and their gold footballs. With the championship at stake and the gold footballs in mind the Watchdogs went to tangle with their traditional rivals, the Centerville Tornadoes. Defeating them 13 to O they brought home their championship. HHIHMN IHHHY 'R In non-conference competi- tion they defeated the Elk Pointers 18 to 6, but were stopped by Vermillion 2 toO and by the Akron Raiders 7 to O. Individuals placing on the all conference honor squad were Robert Uecker, endg Daryl McVay and Dick Merrick, tacklesg and Robert Pesicka, guard, v b, ' ' on J'ac.K la we we IIHHEH PHHHH HF IIHHMPIUNS FOUIBALL SQUAD Row I: R. Bjorneberg, D. Olson, B. Hygaard, R. Carlson, G. Tocnberg, A. Pfeifle, R. Neuroth, H. Snowy, G. Lar- kin, C. Kennedy, H. Bickett, ll. Nelson, L. Anderson, J. Kennedy, Coach christopherson. Ron II: C. Clay, H. Dvorak, R. Soderstran, R. Kennedy, D. Nygaard, R. Orr, R. Uecker, R. Pesicka, R. Merrick, D. llcVay, J. Swedel- son, C. Sxndstrom, J. Wickstrcm, L. Narum, T. Lietzke, L. Thompson, B. Blankeximrg, H. Clay, D. Dimerg. mlb., COACH ll. E. CHRISTOPHERSON Physics Chemistry International Relations coach Physical Educaticn eo Allan Lee Jamef Th, Uqfckclo Editors: Iois Filson, Lilio Ann Larson, La.Jell Miller. ies K R. H. SMART Donning his press card, Rusty scurries through Englidulll, IV the fall months, nosing out the news in true re- Journalism porter style. Beresonia.u.Adv'iser Xmnwl Ad'1S8P The Beresonian staff is composed of twelve of I . Junior C1283 Adu-Sm' - ,MV last yea.r's "left-overs"' spiced with fourteen Hmecfming lay ' cub reporters who gained their position on the f f MW staff by averaging an A in journalism. Vw ,W The Beresonian received an excellent in the SDHSPA ratings and last year played host to the X Dakota Press Convention which is held annually . flxilfls -Mm. Fei Z ,Ch 4Q'1.."474v- B. Hult, L. Larson, E. Quinn, P. Dalgaard, P. Mc- Gillen. Row II: H. Jensen, ll. Tornberg, L. Mil- Bruehler, P. Inberg, L. Wevlk, D. Erlander. Ron - A. Young, L. Wilson, R. Sundstran, S. Smith, J. 1 J. Determan, D. Blumer, G Hulse. W fefegffafv We Roar I: L. Dullerud, Donald, L. Larson, J. 1815 Do Johnson, Jo III: G. Henriksen, Graverson, M. Henle, 44.4 QQ. Q1 A110 ALJ. p The previous night, as the twirlers formed a silver EUlHHHIlHHMlEHMINB HIVHlSFHllSPHNHHHS me Autumn was dressed in one of her most beautiful gowns, October 12, in honor of BHS annual Homecoming day. The sun shone brightly on each lingering patch of green grass, and a warm breeze ruffled the leaves which Rusty had not, as yet, painted and scattered on the ground. arch and the haired Benny crowned king ities. Attendants white, were Johnson, who King Benny's royal call of the trumpet sounded, wavy Nygaard and radiant Norma Engstrom were and queen to reign over Homecoming festiv- to the queen, who was dressed in sparkling Jo Bruehler, Pauline Inberg, and Darlene were attired in dainty pink in contrast to purple robe and the dark suits of his at- tendants Daryl McVay, Larry Anderson and Dale Ende. Homecoming festivities added to the beauty of fall, with a colorful parade of gay floats, marching twirlers and the band forms. decked out in their new black and gold uni- !! ' R A hilarious comedy, Bachelors Wife, had the audience roaring in the Legion hall that night. The dance, after the play, topped off a glorious Homecoming with the king and queen leading the grand march. HOMECOMING ROYALTY: Row I: Jo Bruehlerx Norma Engstrom, Pauline Inberg, Darlene Johnson. Row II: Larry Anderson, Dale Ende, Benny Nygaard, Daryl McVay. I 'B 5' gi fx M w..r'. HOMECOMING PIAY CAST: G- Henriksen, R. Dolan, M... N -M- fg E 4:49 ,K QM f -ff .SMS " 7,1 ' ,E 133113 4 ' x ?" W M M P. Lass, G. Erickson, L. Anderson, P. Inbefrg, G. Holse, S. Henderson, P. McDonald, R. Bjorneberg. ICDIG BENNY xr, ' Q65 5 ,r M s- z 2 Q W ff? ?s 5 5 it 5 X ,fry , W Y 1 5 N k,4mxM.wtsags ..,. Q X l X 4' W ,W Carolyn, Eileen, Joyce VIVHEIHIISHHISHHH wweape with ya, boys, we're with ya. Whether ,, , u r ,- s a as ya win or whether ya lose, we're with YH. b0YS, welre with yaln vibrates the autumn air, as the cheerleaders lead a loyal and excited crowd at each sporvs event of the season. BHS chose six energetic pretty girls to not as junior and senior cheerleaders this year. They took over many responsibilities, including that of directing the pep meetings held before each game. Senior cheerleaders are Marge Tornberg, jun- ior, Delores Ronan, Phyllis Sundstrom, sopho- mores. Junior cheerleaders are Carolyn Deter- man, Eileen Dolan, sophomores, and Joyce Kof- fer, freshman. The picture in the circle was taken during one of this year's hilarious pep meetings. A riotous skit entitled n01d Women's Sewing Cir- cle Helps Out' was presented to show those 'young Robert-Stockings' how to boost pep' and push the boys on to victory. Pictured are left to right, Glenn Holse, Dor- othy Muller, Darlene Erlander and Letha Larson, seniors. Wu. R , Mgrgg -FQ!! B575 Delov-E. SEQ? M WM lv Nc IME- 41 dHKl I whim ,ivics Sociology Elementary Business World History Algebra Declamatiow, Humorous Dramatic Tuning his tonsils in the invigorating aut- umn air, Rusty tries his hand as an oratorin keeping with BHS declaimers who this year copped second place in the district declam contest. Representing Beresford were Glenn Holse, senior, rated as superior, Pauline Inberg rated as excellentg Melvin Nelson rated .ex- cellentg and Polly McDonald who rated good. Humorous, dramatic, oratory and poetry were the respective divisions of the above con- testants. In the regional contest Glenn placed with an excellent while in the Mid-West Speech tournament he was ranked third in the finals. ALL DECLAIMERS Row I: P. Inberg, G. H01se, P. McDonald, L. Larson, L. Lass, G. Walters, G. Erick- SOH. Row II: S. Nissen, M. Nelson, M. Nelson. 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Raising money for the all important junior-senior banquet in the spring has prime emphasis. Magazine sales, which totaled 51,215 this year and broke all revious BHS records is the financial source of the fall season. P . The juniors earned a commission of S450 in this taking place in the winter is another important Rm I: Avis Young, Gerald Birkeland, Bob Bossman, Clyde Dolan, Lila Dullerud, Donna Duncan, Joan Edbloom, Mildred Joan Gillen. Rmr II: Joyce Graverson, Lowell Grottveit, way. The junior play class event. Boyd, Richard Clay, Robert Fitzgerald, Virgil Folrles, Harlan Hagen, Darrell Han- son, Roger Hedeen, Beverly Hult, Elaine Hustrulid, Rose Nell Jacobson, Charles Ken- nedy, Helen Jensen, Darine Johnson, Doris Johnson. James Breen. Row III: Leland liostergaard-ns, Lily Ann Larson, Rodney Jennings, Louis Lass, Leland Lien. Rom IV: John Lyle, Janice Mcllillan, Gene Mcllullin, Roger Messler, LaDell Miller-4. Row V: Leo Narum, Raymond Neuroth, Delmar Olson, Roger Orr, Edith May Quinn. Row VI: Delores Raamsell, Phyllis Reinartz, Phyllis Severson, Ruthie Sundstrom, Darlene Slraznson. Row VIIx Pat Slanson, Marjorie Tornberg-l-, Milton Tendler, Charles This.-sell, Robert Uec- U 42:53 ' Cz wwf' lcer, Marlys Welch, Loretta Wevik, Lois Wilson. - he f fe 4 Cla.-as Officer. X Cast. Seated. f' B. Hult, H. Jensen,jX L. Miner, L. wevik, ll' .. l,f J. Graverson. Stand- y J ing. L. oremveiqe ,A R. orr, L. nlsonygl' U ' 7 c. Thissen, uurornl . H My ,V berg, R. Dolan, R.'KV if llessler. xy I -Q 4 ws.. ,M at W, I' Strom Arma. Laura, S0-ng BQAHMOJX H dna-CYSOV' 4 L' .30 4. pa DQ Vs"- MuHer Davwne ltiurxv-A Swanson an 'sf 15 , xy. 'Sf , i M vs--' HHHHHIHNS, UHIEE WUHKIHS HIH FHIIHHY Now, in the last flaming days of autumn the evenings stretch out into hazy, golden periods of relaxation and reading--if homework doesn't interfere. To provide this reading matter the library, under the supervision of C. C. Seeger, is well stocked with nearly 2,000 books, several time- ly magazines and daily newspapers. The library action shot features Marge Torn- berg and Lillie Ann Larson wh b o egan wo rk as librarians second semester. The office workers pictured below ar e Lois Bachman, DeVona Carlson, Letha Larson, Mary Ellen Henle, Jo Bruehler, and Grace Anderson. g,,w+-f--s.,,,M are QV? ,K S , H, 4, 'fun Sb Q wh A We JT lo gf' Q 3 . ' 73, 'g I 3 QW 'Q Q1 X- 4 Sf AL, lay ""Pl 3 ,ww ymw X: M fm ,-anvw' ,....,f I 'I dig il 'vu A ll 1 41 K .ff - f fem? exif 9:51 f , ' ,. ,Q 'ivw F 3 0 f ,AQ is 1 W I W iT""' HIIHVI SHPHHMHHE HHSS IIUNIHIHU IHHNI HS Qlift of . 4 f 3 iv v 55. K ,N N J K, rs- 'B kr, 'UQ 4 y E 3, an ' n "M no ldle f EE sa V' v 'Wg ill ta qw 5 , fx, Q Winter, the majestic sophisticated season, naturally represents the sophomores. After one year as a ngreenyn, high school is just nold stuffn to these experienced personages. This year's class of sophs has provided BHS with many talented students participating in such extra curricular activities as bas- ketball, football, twirling and glee club. WWWZ7 V , A are 1 niifgww General Science Physical Education Assistant GAA Adviser Sophomore Class Adviser Row I: Arlys Abraham, Leo Anderson, Marjorie Anderson, Anna Laura Bachman, Ernest Bickett, Mary Bickett, Bill Bla nkenburg, Burdette Blu- mer, Jerry Boller, Paul Carlson, Kelvin Dan- ielsonx, Caroline Determan, Eileen Dolana-, William Dolan, Roger Dullerud, John Edbloom. Rom II: James Eide, Darrell Graverson, Ed- Iemd Gross, Claretta Gunderson,Luci11e Henle, Dorothy Heg1in,J0yce Henriksen, Betty Lanham, Beverly Larson, Patty Lass,Betty Latendresse, Virginia Leist, Marilyn Lien, Tom Lietmke-x-, James Lundeen, Nona Revay. RowIIIx Keith Herrick, Delores Meyer, Charlene Nase, Melvin Nelson, Anthorv Neuroth, Cleo O'Oonnor, Patsy O'Connor, Roger Olson, Ruby Pesicka,Na.ncy Pe- terson, Allan Pfeifle, Delores Rhea, Delores Ronan, Diane Scruggs, Gwedolyn Stllheim, Den- nis Stephenson. Row IV: Phyllis Sundstrom, Lomell Thompson, Comie Tollefson, Ruth Torm- berg, Beverly Tuntland, Georgia lhltera. John Wickstrom, Joyce Young. an Clams Officers. X 1 S .9 5 ,L F, X fff . of s-sfo -., X.. do ixfff LW A '1 mferson ' 'at ' 'Ham LQJQWQ ' safest QRFF s?fW 4 4' :tiny 'f ,lj is Gordon Tbrnbor ft Q Q-so H 'Glas HSKHHHH HHINHS The BHS Watchdog athletes made two additions to the trophy case this year. Besides the football championship tro- phy they also earned the runners up title and trophyin the district l9class B basketballtnurnament,downing Worthing 87 to 8, Alcester 56 to 35 and then losing to the rangy Parker team 56to47. Seventeen young hopefuls who lacked in experience and height started out the season and with the guidance of their coach, M. E. Christopherson, de- veloped a squad that was alert and on the ball. J-ack Swedeison Chev-U35 Ktnneofcej Allan 'Pfesfie WINHH IHHIHS HI Summing up the entire season, includ- ing the Flandreau invitational and the district tourneys the Watchdog quintet won 15 out of 24 games and outscored their opponents 906 to 825. Larry And- SP erson, and Gordon Tornberg were the sharp shooters making 208 and 207points respectively. In conference play the BHS cagers slipped to the sixth place, Parker tak- ing the championship. Considering their handicaps the Watchdogs made a good record, by show- ing good team work, definite improve- ment, and most important, excellent team spirit. mfg f ,sf I if ,fe Fifi , A x BASKEIBALLSQUAD Row I: G. Iarkin, C. Kennedy, G. Tornberg, J. Sredelsm, L. Andersm, A. Pfeifle, H. Snoaay. Bow II: R. Clrr, B. Kemndy, R. Clay, T. Lietsko, D. Nygaard, B. Blankenburg, R. Corey, I.. Thmpson, Coach Chriatopherson. X , L .well nom S071 Q3 5 F swf xi SL 'M ff xflkg JEYQQA 5' 42251 I V K W AW Grand' L eu-Kin W .,. . ' i i ,ww 1-3? ,gg ' :un-use-si -'-ks y , V.- M Aw., s H 1 ' W ' y fip H . wk ibi ,W- AV Hff 'I A ages. lefQ'M?IS ' Q f ' H + Yiy fi f'5 Qggae bf? 5 ji Y W V' . ...., 'yi I V Q Y V Y tg: 1 " Q I If g D Limit K , fu H I V 4 5 " . ' X M11 Z' Dk 1, 1, 5 tg, jffl g ss 5 -9' Q . ,tb j Us g . Q X P. . E' M 5? DMA 2 fi 2. .L gg 5 ,I i 1 X 2 Ei it 5 awww Row I: M. Bickett, P. Lass, B. Lanham, J. Bruehler, P. McDonald, VDAW' J. Edbloom, D. Johnson, D. Rhea. Raw II: L. Larson, N. Peter- fv e son, R. Tornberg, J. Determan, L. Miller, C. Nase, A. Abraham, HW W1 HL .wtf Hollow to E, HN. of the bass drum, the twirlers add to the thrilling entertain- ment of basketball and football g8m6S. The spirited music of the pep band also adds to the excite- ment of home games. U - 5 : l-I z'.h1lxh 1 11 -l Row I: R.Sundstrom, M.Ne1son, P.Lass, D. Ho1se,B.DeLay,R.Cor- ey,J.Bo1ler,G.Ho1se, L.WBvik. Row II: E. Nordquist, J.Keffer, M.Corey,A.Sundstrom, M.We1ch, M.We1ch, G. Anderson, B.B1anken- burg,H.Jensen,S.Nis- sen,L.Wilson, V.Fow- les. -XX ,Q HHIHIIHIS INSIHH The soft strains of 'Silent Night, Holy Night" are soon to be heard as winter unfolds its downy blanket of snow in preparation for a white Christmas. As the Yuletlde rolls around a medievial toast is rememberd, 'This yule log burns. It destroys all old hatreds and misunderstandings. Let your envies vanish and let the spirit of good fellowship reign supreme for this season and through all the year.' In a world of distrust and hatred, the home, the school and most of all the church, play a vital part in instilling fellowship into the souls of Amer1ca's youth. Therefore, to gain a well rounded character, every eighth Perif-if 1011 Thursday, scores of BHS students flock to the church of their c o ce for religious education. Churches and ministers. Across: Emmanuel Lutheran Rev. V. Bierkeg NazareEE futheran, Rev. EL Erlanderg Brooklyn Evan- gelical Free, Rev. M. Nelson. Dom: Methodist, Rev. W. 1:11. dalg St. Teresa Catholic, Father F. McCabe, Congregational, Rev. Go TUl'Il6I'o ll? EHHN HUUNHS SHHHNIS IIHHHHIIHH Q museum' Q..-nn"""' ' 51 . X X X. . M 4,1 lfh-5,,f,..:-if '-1 V ,xr nf-1 ,MM iff' K A H Wk J . .1 I W 'V faq? his x K J- 1 Y--f 5,3 M WV Row I: D. Calcord, E. Nelson, P. McDonald, L. Larson, G. Stalneim, M. Tornberg, B. Lan- ham, D. Scroggs, V. Leist, D. Rhea. Row II: J. Edbloom, J, Bruehler, D. Erlander, M.Bic- kett, D. Johnson, N. Peterson, L. Dullerud, A. Bachman, J. Boller, L. Wevik, S. Hender- Son. Row III: B. I-Illlt, C. Howard, C.O'Con- ner, E. Quinn, B. Boden, C. Scheuring, C. Nase, B. Leist, P. Lass, A. Abraham, D. Mur- Rovr IV: L. Bach- ray, D. Heglin, J. Graham. man, S. Smith, R. Jacobson, L, Larson, P. berg, C. Determan, D. Ronan, Row V: J. Deteman, L. Henle, M. Lien, P. Swanson, J. McMillan, D. Carlson, M. Corey, L. Miller, N. Engstrom, P. O'Conner, D.Swan- 'L P,fyVjyf7!. f9gZZLgZjji?E 7Vy57 jyqfljj ,MW .mai Physical Education GAA Adviser son, C. McAthie, G. Stalheim, J. Briggle, D. Duncan, M. Dailey, P. Inberg. Smmdstrom, J. Henriksen, E. Dolan, R. Torn- Jo Keffer, J. Yonng, M. Voegeli, N. McVay, P. Dalgaard. WINHH HHINHS VHHIHY IH SPHHIS HI HHH Of the seventy-eight GAA members, twenty-one have earned their letter B by earning 900 points. Four points an hour can be acquired by participating in iarious activities. Freshmen GAA members were initiated by begging for money on main street to finance lunch for the GAA members. The new GAA girls good-naturedly en- dured hilarious stunts following the lunch. Sophomores captured the volleyball championship in the class tourneys by defeating the juniors who placedsecond and were followed by the seniors' and freshmen's team coming in third and fourth respect- ively. Captains of each class team were: Joan Determan, seniorg Marge Tornberg, junior: Carolynn Determan, sophomore, and Joyce Keffer, freshman. Class bowling and basketball tournaments were played in the spring completing GAA activities. GM L-,gl-TEWINNERS . HenderS0nJ n, 5 . B 11-er De JOYXHSO M. Tor-nbergj E1ioWoEcor1ier,oB'La:'han' D'ai:n??1 P. MCDOY'-Qld' f E, Dolan. p, Inberga Sxgldzgrogi Dalgaard' Ljaganfl. Bruehler, D. M cmafn, C.Deter-mam M-CO ' J gztermana R' Jacobson. LJOTOUI I Hn Margie Torn berg BQ f-103 Carobnpeierman Lass dn e 0 'c www A 'uf Y ! xg 'f ig. .155 Rm, SWHHHHHS HHHH IN HIH K H HHMHNEE Glistening snow flakes fell softly and lay brightly re- flecting the starlit sky as soft strains of music floated ff X out of the gayly decorated dba Legion Hall, the night of the annual BHS Valentine dance. Inside, the Valentine Coron- ation took place as Lois Wil- son, Beresonlan editor, crown- ed Pauline Inberg,senior,queen and Larry Anderson, senior, k1ng,to reign over the Valen- tine festivities. Attendants to the king and queen were: D. Stephenson, J. Keffer, D. Inberg, D. Nygaard, freshmen: B. Lanham, P. Sundstrom, A. Pfeifle, L. Thompson, sophomores: J. Edbloom, L. Miller, C. Kennedy, R. Uecker, juniorsg and J. Bruehler, and B. Nygaard, seniors. if--m Fl After the coronation cer- emony, grand march and dan- cing, a one-act play was presented ridiculing the Wglamour' advertisements on the radio. 7. 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Taking part in several invi- tational tournaments the de- baters also came through the Mid-West Speech Tourney win- ning seven out of eight de- bates. ace Hemf-3Kse.n Dov-o+'mj Muller Grace Henriksen and DOI'0thy Muller composed Beresford's lone negative team, while Pat Dalgaard, Letha Lou Larson, Lois Bachman, Glenn Hblse and Melvin Nelson, the only soph- omore debater, made up the in- terchangeable affirmative team. n wi, Lcflme. Lou Larsen 1 ,i n ' -3 ' -,,. Lois Baclmman Glenn WB eww Holes YEHHHUHK REVIEWS SEHSUN5 Well kids, here it ig your 1948 Watch- dog- N0 Spring is quite complete with- out students enthusiastically having Simply everyone' sign their yearbook. With spring publication in mind the annual staff, headed by Glenn Holse, ed- itor-in-chief, and Lois Bachman, typ- ist, worked throughout the winter mon- ths to bring BHS HTHE SEASONSn-- ff! f Q Y o wilson' xx. v 9 6 nbil, Gs YES., G. xrio-gi-ukefe Eyuap, Wggmggpfo 5099 5. Pauline Inberg, copy-editor, and LaDell Miller, general as- sistant, also contributed of their time and talents. Polly McDonald, photography editor, worked under the direction of M. H. Shennum. Helen Jensen did a notable job ofsoliciting subscribers for the annual. Joan Determan assisted widxthe typing and R. H. Smart was an- nual adviser. Also pictured are the Quill and Scroll members whocomposed an honorary journalistic soc- iety. Membership is granted for outstanding work on the Beresonian staff. pavhne Inberi fl- ' . so V 44 dn... 'rv V La Dah MiNer HHHHZ HHMEMHIHS ggfbvk an PHPHIH H PIHJ IN WIHH -vw ALETA GUI NDON I-lcxnemaldng Hanemaking Club Adviser 4 f Cm , Sunni 5 C-ye' FE 3 5,gr:a"'Ja' f' ,,.. V! 1 M J Y, ..,.. pa f 'J t Q R 1 I A P1471 M' W 1 -1 - if T? HOMEMAKING CLUB MEMBERS H1 I: JO Gillen, No Larson, Do Rhea, Mo G0 Stalheim, Mo Tocrnberg, In m1nm'udg D0 Rise, S. Henderson, D. Scroggs, M. Voegeli. Row II: J. Bdbloom, D. Erlander, M. Bickett, B. Bo- den, D. Schemting, D. Johnson, co NESS, Jo BOHCT, Do Murray, vo Fitzgerald, A. Snndstrcm, M. Wel- ch, B. Lanham, D. Johnson, J.Gra- ham. R1 III: JO Dekrmang Go Walter, E. Quinn, J. Henriksen, P. Sundstrcm, E. Dolan, R. Torn- berg, co Deteling D0 Rcnan, Jo Keffe-rg Go Ao son, E. Anderson, M. Dailey, J. Graverson. ROI IV: E. Sveeggen, B. Hult, P. Manson, A. Young, J. Mclxillan, D. Carlson, G. Henrik- sen, M. Corey, L. Miller, N. Eng- strcm, P. O'Connm'. D. Swanson, C. MCAthie, J. Briggle, D. Dun- can, D. Duncan, M. Welch. HHMHHHN HIHUMVE HI SHWV FFAIURBERS Row I: J. Landon, M. Danielson, J. Hanson, R. Dullernd, G. McGuire, K. Merrick, J. Edbloam, R. Clay. Row II: R. Graham, P. Carlson, C. Clay, L. Hubert, L. Hult, J. Clark, D. Johnson, F. Deternan, B. Blumer. RUF III: J. Eide, R. Soderstran, R. Pesicka, J. Wickstrom, D. Olson, W. Dolan, J. Lyle, L. Anderson. Roi IV: D. Merrick, R. Johnson, R. Bovill, D. Ende, L. Klostergaard, J.Kennedy, R. Wedeen. FFA Spring being the planting season, Bud gets out his seed catalog and in true 'man of the soil" style polishes his "'green thumb". The Future Farmers of America have been striving toward their motto "Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, living to serve.n Such activities as swine improve- ment, testing seed, supervised practice and co-operation were carried on. Raising of sheep, oats, corn, swine, and beef are pro- jects planned. FHA Looking out the window at the warm flowing sunshine, Bud blinks, yawns and dreams of the old fishing pond. It seems springfever just naturally occurs when house cleaning is mentioned. WPrepar1ng the American girl for her posi- tion in a changing world, is the general purpose of HomemaKing,n stated Aleta Guindon, Homemaking instructor, as she reviewed the units offered in this year's FHA course. Hath 'H -.. Gordon ,Tovnb .2 M , J Qt, FQ x Times Kean 'UF fl Dshnaf Olsen . "5 6 5 .N-V7 of N. lQv55fLl Carwxhtk ,v 4556? .gxe 'HRW K A N Pala Lvmld A. F. TONN 5 3. Agriculture -4 Manual Training ff? FFA Advisor A J uf , g g K . s 9' GLEE CLUB Row I: J. Bruehler, C. McCormick, J. Young, E. Dolan, M. Tornberg, L. L8-rson, P. Lass, D. Scroggs, S. Hender- son, M. Welch. Rolf II: S. Nissen, M. Nelson, L. Dull- erud, H. Jensen, D. Heglin, J. Boller, M. Voegeli, P. McDonald, J. Keffer. Row III: P. O'Connor, ll. Corey, A. Bachman, A. Sundstrom, G. Anderson, R. Tornberg, C. Determan, M. Welch, D. Erlander, C. Howard, C. Tollef- son. Rm IV: P. Swanson, B.Tunt1and, S.Smith, R.Sund- Strom, J. Graverson, P. Dalgaard, L. Bachman, D.Dunca.n, L. Wilson, A. Hybertson, D. Calconi, L. Wevik. VOCALISTS Row I: L. Larson, J. Boller, P. Dalgaard, S. Hender- son, M. Nelson, A. Bachman, R. Sunistrom. Row II: ll. Corey, D. Heglin, H. Jensen, A. Pfeifle, R. Dolan, ll. Nelson. Absent: L. DeLay, L. Wevik. TRIO Sally Henderson, Marjorie Nelson, Letha: Larson. SPHINH HHHH IIHHHHS SWHI MHHHHS 'Tis spring! Birds of every hue returning from their winter vacation "down South," twitter gleefully in harmony with sweet songs of love. The glee club, which has approximately forty members partici- pated in the district music contest at Yankton. They received an excellent rating in last year's contest. Mellow music, a blend of soprano, second and alto, floats, through BHS halls as the girls' glee club practice twice a week under the direction of Katherine Johnson. V lull!! - 4r lg 1. K7 ' ' . fy 1 SJ If n MJ N UW W ' Ac omo z Sally Nissegw X ll fy 'ill KATHERINE JOHNSON English I,, II Vocal Music Declamation, Poetry W Tvrirlers' Adviser MEXICAN CABARET Now, a year after one of the most spectacular high school banquets we again recall the Mexican Caberet with its vivid vineslrail- ing gracefully, its roman- tic candlelight, as focal point of the tropic theme, a gay senor and senorita who were strikingly sil- houetted against a lumi- nous red background. Adding to the Southern atmosphere were vocalists, Marjorie Melson and Sally Henderson, who in true Mexican style sang South American love songs. Marge and Sally together with Grace Kylling, graduate, composed the girls' trio which also provided enter- tainment. MEXIEHN HHNUHH ElIMBm8womm SPRING suclnl WHIHl TRIO 'EQ' A The traditional dinner speeches including a ndirt talk' and nProfecian, pro- phecy to non-Latins, were given by Gordon Tornberg, Larry Anderson, and Glenn Holse, now seniors, and Lois Lawless and Arn Orr who are now in the ranks of BHS alumni. Concluding an evening of true nF1esta', the prom provided Beresford High's annual social highlight. GRAND MARCH AT PROM INSIHHMENW EHNEHHS WIN PUHHE HEHHIM Raw I: M. Welch, P. Reinartz, M. Welch, P. Lass, M. Nelson, R. Sundstrom. Row II: D. Scroggs, H. Jensen, M. Tornberg, A. Hybertson, L. Wilson, S. Nissen, A. Pfeifle, G. Holse. ROW III: A. Sundstrom, L. Wevik, B. Tuntland, E. Nordquist, G. Anderson, R. Tornberg, R. Frieberg, P. Carlson, B. DeLay, J. Boller, C. Smith, R. Dolan, J. Whitman, R. Corey, P. Hy- bertson, D. Holse. Row IV: A. Boettcher, J. Keffer, M.Cor- ey, L. Larson, B. Blankenburg, T. Lietzke, E. Carlson,V.Fcw- les, C. Swanson. A. H. BOETTCHER Grade school principal Band Exceptionally well received this year, the band presented such con- certs as the Christmas and spring concerts and also made appearance at Homecoming festivities and grad- uation events. For the first time in years the Beresford high school band partici- pated in the spring music contest and in preparation for the great day the band serenaded the drowsy students suffering from spring fever. Clarinet Quartette: R. Sund strom, M. Nelson, H. Jensen M. Tornberg. Brass Sextet G. Holse, A. Pfgfffe, V. Fow- les, B. Blankenburg, G. And- erson, J, Boller. 1NI1 SU L SIHHY ll 'SPHINI UMW Valiantly struggling through difficult solos, BHS first chair musicians gave never thin the hadu in the hope of win Y 8 Y - nine a coveted first at the spring con- test. Eiyht soloists prepared to represent Beresford: four brass instrumentalists including Virgil Fowles, tromboneg Glenn Holse, cornetg Jerry Boller,baritoneg and Bill Blankenburg, bass. Woodwind solo- ists are Marjorie Nelson, clarinetg Gene Nordquist, French horng and Sally Nissen, flute. Not pictured is Mary Corey who prepared a drum solo. Also pictured are the three band offi- cers: Marge Tornberg, secretary-treasur- ery Allan Pfeifle, vice-presidentg and Sally Nissen, president. Brass Soloists: Virgil, Glenn, Jerry, Bill. Woodwind Soloistsz Marge, Gene,Sal1y. S m Officers: Marge, Allan, Sally it LOUIS LASS Mile A -. ,. . , Mile relay Cross country ROSCOE CARLSON. High hurdles Half mile relay e eiiism 220 yard dash Broad jump LOWELL UIOMPSON Freshman SO yaxd dash Half mile relay IN SPRING HIHHHSHIHNIHIHHEK BHS had a small 1947 track squad, with only 19 members in the Spring relay. Lowell Thompson, freshman, broke a record in the freshman fifty yard dash,speeding in,in six seconds. MEEVIN NELSON Freshman relay 11110 yard dash Louis Lass, freshman, won a me-.H third and fourth in the mile. -1"t,- Qi He also placed ninth in the , State Cross Country race. Roscoe Carlson, jun1or,p1ac- .1 M., ed fourth in the high hurdles S- giving BHS a total of fourteen points to place sixth in a seven team field. BOB UECKER ALLEN PFEIFIE Low hurdles Freshman relay High jump Freshman 50 yard dash Half mile relay Pole vault ' .'e, ,r,,. ' ig fi fqa ""l ""' . nfl TH ":' Efwglf X mr, ' si'-if y yesrao S H , if O 3 CHMUJB KEMWDY Half mile Mile relay hhO yard dash GORDON TOHNBERG Half mile relay Mile relay Pole vault Low hurdles Half mile Behinzafiun efvery spring bri many tomorrows, days. Of cours nge, along with its joys for gentle sadness for many yester- e, it is time for graduation-- time of liberation for some seniors, time of undisguised relief for others and to some it means only a few mqre moments to grasp at the happiness of the fleeting high school years. But no graduate is left unmoved by the solemn- ity of services iso in twelve the Baccalaureatte and Commencement this year, 1948, another class after years of "reading, 'riting and 'rithme- tic:'will receive those coveted diplomas which will be their passport to the ship, Success, that sails the ocean of Life. EV b hus, may every senior, not only of this year ut of all future years, realize their dreams, hopes, and ambitions and to the realization of their ideals we dedicate-- THE WATCHDOG OF 1948 Now, toward the end of the de- lightful spring season a touch of sadness as well as accomplishment blends with graduation to produce a combination only a senior can understand. The classof '48, under the sup- ervision ofC. C. Seeger, chose as their class colors, the striking combination of scarlet and gray, their flower was the lily of the valley and their motto, "Elevator to success not running, take the stairs." C. C. SEEGER SENIUHS lHHK IH HHHIH Class Officers: Charles Sundstrom, Grace Henriksen, Grant Larkin. Advanced Algebra Plane, Solid Geometry Senior Class Adviser Proving to be active in every field of extra curricula work, this class contributed their tal- ents to athletics, dramatlcs, mu- sic, journalism, and forensics. This year, the senior class chose as their officers Grace Henriksen, president, Grant Lark- in, vice-president and Charles Sundstrom, secretary-treasurer. X W V K 3 sq' LOIS BACHMAN LARRY GRACE ANDERSON ALDFRSON JOAN BRUEHLER GRACE ANDERSON: Homemaking Club-l,2, 53 Girls' Glee Club-l,2,3,h5 Mixed Chorus-l,2,33 Band-l,2,3,h5 Brass Sextetf-hp Office Assistant-h. LARRY AN ERSON: Class Officer-13 Home- coming Attendant-hi Boys' B Club-2,3, I4 g Basketball-1, 2 ,3 ,bg Football-1, 2, 3 ,143 FFA-15 Boys' Glee Club-23 Mixed Chorus-1,2,33 Band-1,23 Dramatics-3, L13 Valentine Court-2,33 Valentine Court King-L43 Boys' State-35 Vocal Solo-h. LOIS mmm: au-1,2,3,u5 Girls' B C155-5,55 Girls' Basketball Team-l,2,l45 Girls' Volleyball Team-1, 2,3 ,145 Homemaking Club-1,2,3 5 Girls' Glee Club-l,2,3,h5 Mixed Chorus-1,35 Girls' State-35 Dramatics-35 Debate- ug Photography-3,hg office Assistant- hg Anmal Editor-hy National Forensic League-by Vlho's Who-14. . A' Eakfr yew 1 ggi' 5 3:5- "V: 1: I- Q13 lQ,,g ,. ' K. R 3k'FQe' A 1 -3 RoBER'r BJORNEBERG HAROLD BICKETT X Ac-NES EX BICICETTT X DEVONA ELVINA CARLSON CARLSON :W-PM MJ awww A f NORMA ENGSTROM DELMO ROBERT BLUMER BOVILL afi AGNES BICKETT: H memaking Club-l,2,3,L. HAROLD BICKETT: B-'sys' '-'B c1u'Ehg Foosball-2,3,h. ROBERT BJoTzNTf'fsEc"': Bo-ys' B Club-hy Basketball-13 Football-13 FFA-l,55 FFA Officer- 23 FFA Judging Contest-23 Dramatics-hg Student Manager-h. DELMO BLUMER: Beresonian Staff-3,h5 Quill and Scroll-3,h. 'PoB'ER' T B-OVILL: Basketball-1,23 Football-lg FFA-1,2,3,hg FFA Judging Contest-33 FFA National Convention-L. JOAN BRUEHLERz Class Officer-lg Homecoming Attendant-hy GAA- l,E,, ,Eg Girls' B Club-3,243 Girls' Basketball Team-l,2,h3 Girls' Volleyball TeamF2,3g Homemaking Club-l,2,35 Girls' Glee Club-l,2,3,hg Mixed Chorus-33 Girls' Sextet-lg Ber- esonian Staff-3,143 Beresonian Editor-145 Quill and Scroll - 3,115 Dramatics-33 Librarian-2,35 Office Assistant-143 Val- entine Court-3,115 Twirlers-l,2,3,LL. DEVONA CARLSON: GAA- ROSCOE CARLSON 3,113 Girls' Volleyball Team-3,113 Homemaking CEE-I,2, 3 ,113 Girls' Glee Club-lg Office Assistant-h. ELVINA CARLSON: Girls' Glee Club-lg Band-1,2,3,h. Roscoa C1FE"6N:"Bo'ys"" B Club-2,3,hg Football-2,3,l43 Track-2, 5,55 FFT-E,E. MARY comm ou.-1,2,3,u5 Girls' B club-3,143 Girls' BasketUEII Team-l,2,h3 Girls' Volleyball Team-l,2,3,h5 Homemaking Club-l,2,3,h3 Girls' Glee Club-l,2,3 ,bg Mixed Chorus-2,33 Band-l,2,3,h3 Pep Band-l,2,3 ,113 Debate-lg Drum Solo- 3 ,hy Vocal Solo-lg. MARY PATRICIA LEE JOAN COREY DALGAARD DELAY DETERMAN 1 PATRICIA DALGAARD: GAA-l,2,3,h3 Girls' B Club-3,113 Girls' Basketball Team-l,f,E3 Girls' Volleyball TeanPl,2,3,h5 Homemaking Club-l,2,3g Girls' Glee Club-l,2,3,hg Mixed, Chorus-2,35 Girls' Sextet-23 Ber- esonian Staff-3,143 Dramatics-2,33 Debate-1,143 Librarian-L45 National Forensic League-hs Vocal Solo-3,h. LEE DELAY: Boys' B Club-hp Bas- ketball-1,hg Football-L13 Cheerlead?r':25 .Junior Cheerleader-lg Boys' Glee Club-23 Mixed Chorus-1,25 Band-lg Dramatics-23 Vocal Solo-hg Student Manager-3. JOAN DETERMAN: GAA-l,2,3,h3 Girls' B Club-3,h3 Girls' Basketball Team-I,f,E5 Girls' Volleyball Team-1,2,3,hg Junior C'neer-leader-lg Homemaking Club-l,2,3,hg Tvrirler-2,3,h3 Beresonian Staff-2',3,h3 Dramatics-2,33 Librarian-3,1u DALE ENDE: Homecoming Attendant-hp Basketball-1,23 Football-1,23 Track-Eg FFA-l,2,3,h3 FFA Officer-33 FFA Judging Contest-2. DARLENE ERLANDER: GAA-2,3,hg Girls' Basketball Team-2,35 Girls' Volleyball Team-I,f,3,h3 Homemak- ing Club-3,h3 Girls' Glee Club-l,2,3,h3 Mixed Chorus-2,35 Beresonian Staff-145 Dramatics-143 Annual Staff-35' Mono-Y-lg Bi-Y-23 Tri-Y-33 Latin Club-2. NORMA ENGSTRCM: GAA-3,h5 Valentine Court Queen-23 Homecoming Queenfn. DALE ENDE 1 1 U LLOYD gngbqc. RUSSEL omni: Track-3,115 FFL-3',hg FFA officer-by FFL Judging contest-by .V I-TA National comention-h. RONALD HANSEN. SALLY Hmnlznsom GAA-l,2,3,7-li Girls' Bl3k6fe ' ,JJ V -A ball Team-l,,2,l4g Girls' Volleyball Team-l,2,.3,fE Girls' Glee Club-l,2,3,h5 Mixed! Chorus-fx , l,2,3fg Band-1,25 Dramatics-3,143 Librarian-3-,kg Student. Council-lg Girls' Trio-l,2,3,l45' 'l Jjlp Girls' Sextet-I. MARY ELLEN HENLES Homemaking Club-152,35 Beresonian Sta-ff-31,145 Quilll, and Scroll-3,145 Librarian-55 Office Assistant-11. GRACE HENRIKSEM Beresonian Editor-3, hy, Class Officer-bg Homemaking Club-2,3,h5 Beresonian Staff-3,115 Quill. and Scroll-bg.Drm- WP matics-hg Debate-hg Declam-35 DAR Representative-by National Forensic League-L45 Whcvsw Nj Ml J' who-u. GLENN HOLSEx Boys' Glee Club-1,2,33 mea' crm-us.1,2,3'g Bam-1,2,3,hg Pep ami- .A f M l,2,3,l45 Brass- Sextet-l,2,3,hg Beresonian Staff-2.,3,h3 Dramatics-l,2,3,h5 Declan-l,2l,3, jj! 'L Q hgh Annual Editor-3,145 Annual Staff-25 National Forensic League-2,3 ,145 South Dakota De-O M! i MQ I' ' clamatory League-2,3 ,hy South Dakota Speech Association-35 Debate-l,2,3 ,145 Vocal Solo-2, j I, 33 Quill and Scroll-2,3,b5 Cornet Solo-hy Banquet Chairman-35 Who'a Who-la. LUTHER II-ILE: f 0 J pil Boys' Glee Club-1,23 Mixed Chorus-l,2,3. PAULINE INBERGz Homecoming Attendanfzng T- K 1 l,2',3,h5 GAA Officer-35 Girls' B Club-3,145 GRE' BasEtball Team-2,115 Girls' Volleyball 'fy ' 1-em-1,2,3,ug nomemaking Club-l,2,3g Homemaking club Officer-25 Beresonian smut-2,3',hs , Quill and Scroll-3',h5 Dramatics-3,143 Declam-3,145 Annual Editor-bg Valentine Court-3gVal- I entine Court Queen-hp Exchange Editor-3. DARLENE JOHNSON: Homecoming Attendant-hp GAA- WV U' l,2,3',hg Girls' B Club-3,115 Girls' Volleyball Team-L55 Girls' Basketball. Team-2,745 If 41,7 f fl G f Girls: Glee Club-lg Hanemaking Club-l,2,3,hg Beresonian Staff-3,145 Twirlers-1,2,3,h. l ,! RICHARD JOHNSON: Class Officer-33 Basketball-kg Track-35 FFL-l,2,3,l45' FFL Judging Con- , l A134 i .3-gi East-2 5 ' 'Q GRACE LLOYD RUSSELL RONALD SALLY FRIC K GRAHAM HANSEN HENDERSON RIKSHNT ,X JAMES KENNEDY! Boys' B club-Lv Basketball-l 2- Football- 11,3 ,Es Tra'c'k-1: FFA-1-,2,3-,h5, m off1cer.311,,2 1-FA Mg. ing Contest-1,2s Boys' Glee Club-1,2,3g Mixed chorus-.1,2', 1 sf ,L M do I 3. GRANT LAR.KINx Class Officer-Lp Bo s' B Club- - - , - kezbEII2I,E'TII', , 3 Football-l,2,3,hg, 1-1gck.1, 2 5 Bags' 3:23 f' Club-1,2,3s Mixed Chorus-1,2,35 nramtica-3. LETHA mn- B ' SON: GAA-3 ,143 Girls' Basketball Team-145 G11-1,T'-g7'o1E, 511 Team-145 Homemaking Club Officer-1,23 Homemaking Club- Al 1,23 Girls' Glee Club-l,2,3,h3 Mixed Chorus-l,2,35 Girls' 0 garish-152 Gigsll Tgis-hg Eand-3,143 Beresonian Staff-3,15 W ul an CTD ' 3 e ate- ' Declam ' Office hs Tvrirlers-3,115 Vocal Solo-l,2,3,h3-hiational Asgiietgglc gARg1IgN League-hs Exchange Editor-b. connELLn Mecomucm class Officer-lg Homecoming Queen-35 Homcom nh25mh lor Cheerleader-1,25 Girls' Basketball Team-1,25 Hqmemak.. 1118 Club-1,2,35 Homemaking Club Officer-3,145 Girls' Glee 'll-ub"la2a3 ,hs Milled Chorus-1,35 Girls' Sextet.-25 Libr-ar.. 19-11-2,3. POLLY McDONALD: Class Officer-2.3 GAA-1,2,3 ,145 Girls' B C1355 Glz-'ls' Basketball 'ream.1,2,1,5 Gi,-18' Volleyball Team-1,2,35 Homemalcing Club-1,23 Girls' Glee Cllfb-l,2,3,h5 Mixed Chorus-l,2,3g Girls' Sextet-lg Girls' TH0-hs Band-1,2,3g Girls' Triple Trio-15 Beresonian Staff 2,313-45 Quill and Scroll-3,115 Dramafbics-l,3,l13 Debate-lg Tieglgm-libs Photographer-1,2,3',h: Annual Editor-1.5 '1'vrirlers- 3 I , 0 I 1 GLENN LUTHER HOLSE I H1-E T3 q , fn-""? ' s uf JOHNSON I DARLENE Joxmsou If f I 1' X, v .. ,- .-kt, V RICHARD ' M A "ff R Y? .W -, J LETHA LAHSON '1... CORDELLIA M CORMICK QIVXJN. fu C 1 , I I POLLY MCDONALD PAULINE INBERG rx DARYL MGVAY: Homecoming Attendant-bg Boys' B Club-2,3,h3 Boys' B Club Off- icerh35 Football-l,2,3,h3 Track-lg FFA-13 Mixed Chorus-25 All Confer- ence-3,h5 Co-Captain-L. RICHARD M RRICK: Boys' R Club-3,h5 FOEEEEIII 3,53 Track-3,hg FFA-l,2,3,h5 All Con- ference-h. DOROTHY MULLER: GAA-l,2, 3,h5 GAA Officer-55 Girls' B Club-h, Girls' Basketball Team-l,2,h3 Girls' Volleyball Team-1,2,h5 Homemaking Club-3,h3 Homemaking Club Officer-35 Girls' Glee Club-33 Mixed Chorus-lg Girls' Trio-13 Beresonian StaffL3,h3 Beresonian Editor-3,h5 Quill- and Scroll-3,h3 Debate-bg Declam-33 Lib- rarian-2,h3 Student Council-1,23 Stu- dent Council Officer-25 National For- ensic League-h. I VM , un a? RICHARD' MERRICK DARYL McVAY L77 v I -1,1 on 'Qs' ,L IOOROTHY MULLER I L DARLENE MURRAY: GAA-1,2,3,hg Girls' B Club-by Girls' Basketball Team-I,23 OEIS' Volleyball Team-1,2,3g Hanemaking Club-1,2,3,h. MARJORIE NELSON: GAA-1,2,3g Girls' Basketball Team-1,23 Girls' Vo1Ie?EJI Team-1,25 Homemaking Club-1,25 Girls' Glee Club-1,2, 3,245 MixedCho1'us-1,2,3g Gi.r1s'Sextet-13 Girls' T1-ie-2,3,hg Mixed Quartette-25 Band-l,2,3,hg clarinet Quartette-1,2,3,h3 Pep Band-1,2,3,hg Dramatics-lg Declam-bg Vocal Solo-2,3,bg Clarinet Solo-bg whws who. LEO NEUROTH. ARDIS NEVDAL: Hcmenaldng Club- 1g Girls' Glee Club-TLT SIEIITNISSEN?-c1?5?Ufneer-23 Girls' Glee Club-l,2,3,bg Mi1ed"CT1E-u'1"2's- , ,3g Girls' Sextet-2' Bam-1, 2,3,hg Band officer-ng nremetiee-35 Debate-1,25 neelam-Lg Flute Quan-tette-19 Flute Solo-2,3,bg Aeeempanist-1,2,3,hg Pep Band-1, 2,3,lA5 Who's Who. EUGENE NORDQUIST: Band-1,2,3nlt5 Brass Sextet- 1,2. BERNARD NYGAAHU'-C1: iotfrrese cer-23 Boys' B Club-2,3,h3 Boys' GIee UI m Chorus-2,35 Dramatics-35 Valentine court-3,lu Valentine court xi -25 Homecoming King-kg Student Council-15 Bvys' B Club Officerilgg Basketball-13 Football-l,2,3, bg Track-lg Representative Boy-3. ELDON OLSON: Basketball-1,25 Football-25 Mixed Chorus-2. ROBERTPESICKK: Boys' B Club-1,2,3, hg FFA-1,3,bg FFA ofrieer-hp BFe1"B't!IWUffieer-bg Football-3, hi Track-1,2,3,hg All Conference-bg Co-Captain-lu DONNA HONAI. LAVOHNE norms. - Quai' 'i ,wwww 'Www 41" us., - RJORIE LEO ARDIS SALLY EUGENE 1, NELSON NEUROTH NEVDAL NISSEN NORDQUIST W SW JVM' f' I 1 .f M! l, x tw fx? f s SAN suns: Class offieer-1,25 GAA-hy Gu-Ie' Basketball Team- - ' iglfilfs' Volleyball Team-by Girls! Glee Club-1,2,3,h5 Mixed ' cms-2,35 Band-1,2,33 Beresonian Staff-lag Dramatics-33 Accen- J . anisb-33 Pep Club-l,2,33 Piano Solo-2,35 Orange Feelings Ro- ,, em-ter-2. VIRGINIA SMITH. Howm snoozye Boys' B club-by Bee- fy- - ketball-l,2"3"1F'F', , 5 coil?-2,3'l?"1'F'-FI., 3 ac - CHARLES SUNDSTRW: ' ee Officer-by Boys' B Club-3,245 Track-1,2"F-5 eotb'aT.l11172U, M' , My , Basketball-1,25 FFA-1,23 FFA Judging Contest-25 Boyl' Glee L C1 1,23 Mixed Ghonxs-1,2,3. JACK swmnmsom Boys' B Club-by than-1,2,3,hs Foetben-2 T15 . 'GURJJUN'ToRnBz-mc: cleee - er-1,35 Boys' B Club-2,3115 BaskFEI1'-1'2'3"lF, , 3 Football-1, jf ,3, 5 n-een:-1,3,hg FFA-1,2,3,hg FFA orneer-L, FFA .Judging xy , st-15 Mixed chorus-3. W I VIRGINIA 'lg M5246 4 MQ ? sUNDsTRoM JACK SWEDELSON wr, an 1229 ELDON OLSON DONNA RONAN LAVONNE RONAN .Mm 11" X iff f if ivy- U I, 41' I W HUMINISIHHI M.IL SHHUWM Superintendent Physics Photography Planning the finances of the school year, the Board of Education is deserving of recognition awarded them in a series of articles featured in theBeresonian entitled WMeet the School Board.n The pictures be- low, well illustrating the diverse occupa- tions of these members, also accompanied the interviews. With such important issues pending as that of a new school building, the board has completed a very active fiscal period. M. H. Shennum, heading the administration of BHS, has been very active in completing his numerous duties as superintendent. He also deserves a vote of thanks by the annual staff and the entire studentbody for his interest and cooperation in the photo- graphy for this book. Row I J. Nissen, J. Dolan. Hon II: A. Henderson, O Wevlk, H. Hof, L. Feathers, V. Jensen. fBERT'S CHEVROLET THE FOLLOWING HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF TI-IIS ANNUAL THROUGH- THEIR SUBSCRIPTIONS AL'S MARKET i BACHMAN MACHINE SHOP L. C. BALFOURfCO. BEAUTY VOGUE I B a E CORNER BEREsFoRD AUTO SALVAGE BERESFORD CLEANERS A., BERESFORD Co-ov OIL co. BEREsFoRD CREAMERY BERESFORD IMPLEMENT BERESFDRD LoCKERs A A BERESFORD LUMBER CO. BERESFORD MOTOR Co. ' BERESFORD REPUBLIC BETSYTRDSS MKT. BRUEI-ILER ef BRUEHLER -CARLsoN e.s.oN's 'X CARNES DRAY LINE Tw CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CITY BAKERY . COAST TO COIAST STORE . CORNER DRUG,sToRE DR. D. L. COTTON COUNCIL OAK STORE 'MARY DEWEY SHOPPE - G. G. DOERR DUITSMAN MOTOR CO. EDNA'S PLACE , -FAR.MER'S C6-or ELEvAToR FIRST NATIONAL BANK FL-UNKY SUNDSTROM GARAGE FRIEBERG LAW OFFICE BERNARD FIELD FRUEN-RASMUSSEN ELEVATORT' GAMBLE STORE N , - CARD cf BOYLEN BARBER SHOP DR, BGERDES. . I CERRY's BEAUTY sHoPPE GRAVERSON sTUDIo GREEN GLOBE CAFE . HANSDAHL SERVICE STATION DR. L. A. HAUC .Y HARDWARE SUPPLY Co. . HERB'S ALLEYS ., DR. 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