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Page 20 text:
We the Semor Class of 51 ' belng
of sound m1nd and body do make
th1s our last w1ll and testament
To the Junlor class we w1ll our h1gh
I Q s as we w1ll no longer need them
and our capable adv1sor Mr Lund
I Arlya Fae Bresl1n w1ll my love
for danc1ng to Roslyn W1enberg
I Glor1s Buckner w1ll my pleasant
qu1et nature to JoAnne Klatt
I Charles Clark w1ll my Al Jolson
1m1tat1ons to J1m Hallen
I Darleen Eggert w1ll my last name
to Raymond Wood
I Jack1e Erlckson w1ll my pos1t1on
as head majorette to Robert Grossen
I Berdean Fouks w1ll my love of
bookkeep1ng to anyone who rmght l1ke
I Allen Frank w1ll my trxps to the
c1t1es to Anor Ohl1n and Cass1us
I Bruce Fnsendahl w1ll my tact
w1th women to Lester Frank
I Earl H1ama w1ll my careful
dr1v1ng to 'led Olson
I Raymond Hammelman w1ll my
stature to Pat Johnson
I Margaret Johnson w1ll my Jolly
laugh to Mary Anna Nelson
I Marlene Kl1en w1ll my pos1t1on
1n Tr1ple Tr1o to Crystal Tulgren
I Laverne Josephson w1ll my stack
of books to George Kennetz
I Dor1s Knoll w1ll my happy mem
or1es to my s1ster Esther Knoll
I Edna Knutson w1ll my love for
poht1cs and soc1al sc1ence to Lloyd
Hansen and Darlo Stensvold
I Mar1e L1ll1e w1ll my n1ght l1fe
to Dean Chr1st1son
I Beverly Llnden w1ll my m1ddle
name Gladys to Dav1d Beyl
I Patrlck Mara w1ll my black ha1r
to B111 Rub1r
I Roberta Mlnor w1ll my v1s1ts to
Reeve to Dale Kuhl
I Norma Moe w1ll my best fr1end
Roberta to Morr1s Hammons
I N1cholas Muchle w1ll my roller
skat1ng ab1l1ty to Joan Lucht
I, Laurel Nelson w1ll my pos1t1on
as mall carrler to Georgla Heyer and
I Anne Newvllle w1ll my 1nterest 1n
Home Econom1cs to Duane Bjorgum
and Ronald Melby
I Jerry Newv1l1e w1ll my loud V01Ce
to Jarnes Moore
I John Ohhn w1ll my ab1l1ty to get
along w1th teachers to Fred Tob1as
and Al1ce Nordby
I V1rg1n1a Peterson w1ll my he1ght
to June Ostenson
I Berdenne Sempf w1ll my ablllty to
talk to Eleanore Fr1edr1ck and June
I Wanda Shane, w1ll my love for
Chem1stry to Eugene Gulhckson
I Frank Sommerfeldt w1ll my Ford
P1ck up to Rhea Bl1ese
I Mary Jane Stensvold w1ll my sen
1or years scho1ast1c ab1l1ty to And
rew Dado and Arthur Kuhn
I Anna Mae Swanson w1ll my drum
to Delores Engebretson
I, Robert Wr1ght w1ll my ab1l1ty not
to go steady to Kerm1t Thompson
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Page 19 text:
C ASS PROPHECY
Charles Clark the only retrred member
of the Senror Class of 1951 has called a re
unron of the class at hrs estate As we enter
the huge mansron we are amazed at the
beauty and spacrousness of rt We are sur
prrsed to learn that the rnterror decoratrng
and landscaprng wasdone by Mary Jane Sten
svold and Berdean Fouks who are co owners
of therr own landscaprng rnterror decoratron
busrness Robert Wrrght afamous and expert
carpenter drd the carpentry work
Jacquelyn Errckson arrlrne executrve has
hrred two members of the class as arrlrne ste
wardess They are Marre Lrllre and Glorrs
Buckner We notrce frrstly how trrm and
nrce they look rn therr unrforms made espec
rally by the Home Ec teacher Anne New
vrlle Anne rs leadrng a double lrfe due to
the fact that she rs also happrly marrred
The other marrred members of our class who
have become farmers LaVerne Josephson
Bruce Frrsendahl and Ray Hammelman are
sard to have three of the fmest farms rn the
country Charles tells us they shrp frurts and
vegetables rn to hrm by Pat Mara s Transfer
Truck System whrch Pat owns and operates
wrth the ard of Earl Harma executrve man
ager The trucks are of frnest qualrty b
cause Jerry Newvrlle Agrrculture professor at
the Unrversrty of Clear Lake tested and rm
Oh yes there on the couch fully relaxed
rs Nrckolas Muchre the ambrtronless farmer
Next to hrm we see drgnrfred John Ohlrn
who has just recently recerved hrs Bachelors
degree from the Unrversrty and rs undertak
rng hrs prrvately owned busrness of berng an
undertaker He has hrred Margaret Johnson
to do hrs offrce work
FrankSommerfe1dthavrng chosen the serr
ous professron of berng a bum has caught
'the rnterest of several members of our class
by tellrng of some of hrs experrences Srt
trng besrde hrm on hrs rrght rs Beverly
Lrnden who rs a trarned nurse at the Clear
Lake Hosprtal Next to her rs another nurse
who rs also workrng at the Clear Lake
Hosprtal She rs none other than Laurel
Nelson At Frank s left we see Arlya Fae
Breslrn who has become a world famed
beautrcran Charles hrres her at rntervals
to apply her great abrlrty Next to Arlya
Fae rs Marlene Klern who rs a clerk rn a
store rn Los Angeles Calrfornra Seated
across from Marlene rs Allen Frank look
rng very superrorrnhrs Army General s unr
form Wrth hrm rs hrs charmrng wrfe
Roberta Mrnor and Norma Moe hrgh
school companrons are seated next to the
frreplace brrngrng back old memorres of
hrgh school days Roberta rs a famed
artrst dorng unusual parntrngs whrch sell
at hrgh prrces Norma we learn rs un
marrred consrdered an old mard and owns
numerous orphan homes all over the country
The marn branch rs located rn her home
town whrch would
now be hardly recog
nrzable as the small town of Reeve Dur
rng the past years rt has grown rnto a large
metropolrs wrth a populatron of over a
Charles reacquarnts us wrth hrs effrcrent
secretarres Anna Mae Swanson and Vrr
grnra Peterson who keep hrs numerous
records and frles for hrm They have done
a great deal toward makrng thrs reunron
What s thrs? Charles rs strollrng over to
hrs TV Radro set and turnrng rt on Why
rt s Edna Knutson grvrng one of her
famous polrtrcal speeches She rs one of
the most noted polrtrcrans
As we are about to leave tears rn our
eyes memorres of the past are lrngerrng
rn our mrnds We thrnk wrll we ever see
them all agarnz It was wonderful havrng
at least for the short trme that rt was hrgh
school memorres never to be forgotten by
the Senror Class of 1951
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Page 21 text:
Laurel and MBFCI3 John
Norma Jackre Marlene Wanda
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