Clear Lake High School - Echo Yearbook (Clear Lake, WI)

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HOAG Bachelor of Education Superior State Teachers Mathematics English 9 facu lt GORDON H. GRILLEY Bachelor of Science River Fall Teachers Science Physical Education n, ,af-, .1 JAMES W. LARSON Bachelor of Arts Northland College Social Science .5 'L A ALLEN LINSTER Bachelor of Science River Fall Teachers Agriculture' MARJORIE CARTWRIGHT PORTER Bachelor of Science University of Minnesota Home Economics IIACU lt 1 V. M. PAYNE Bachelor of Education Mankato State Teachers College Commercial 1 1, V .,, J 'F 'Vin ., P KATHERINE HOUG TABER Bachelor of Science Central State Teachers College English i i 1 ! I -'ij MOTTO "Our Future Is COLORS Blue and White FLOWER White Rose EHIUV5 'B c O on 'S 1 alling, Will We Answer?" Mr. Larson, Joan, Alice, and Andy rm ! Q il s YTQT' li 'jr U Z3 " Q? Q, 1 . - E ' 'Y-'Q A 1 4 f 5-4 2 1:1 is j A K x Vi gjligi gt. ii I- spit, 3 DAVID BEYL DUANE BJORGUM RHEA BLIESE "Here I am now girls, "I am myself-I am sat- f'Rhea looks sweet and don't crowd." isfied." shy, but just let her out FOOtball 3-4 FFA 1-2-3-4 with that certain guy." Basketball 2-3 Baseball 2-3-4 FHA l-2-4 C Club 3-4 Choir 3-4 Choir 4 Pep Club l-2 Crier 3-4 Library 2-3 Choir l-2-3-4 Boys Glee Club 4 Annual Staff 4 Crier 1-2-3-4 Reporter for FFA 4 Girls Glee Club 4 Editor -4- Co-editor-3 Boys Glee Club 4 Annual Staff 4 Class Secretary 3 Student Council 3 il ffl- if DEAN CHRISTISON "Unheard but not for- gotten." Basketball 2-4 Baseball 3-4 FFA l-2-3-4 "ef . ii .- sz-'eg A' 151 X "X 1 ANDREW DADO "He has more efficiency in one finger than most have in both hands." FFA l-2 -3 -4 FFA Secretary 4 Band l-2-3-4 Class Vice- President 3 -4 LQiifg?'fi lv' -v l ELEANORE FRIEDRICK "An odd character, she studies." FHA l-3-4 FHA Vice-President 4 Pep Club l Choir l-2-3-4 Crier 3-4 Glee Club 3-4 Library l-2 Triple Trio 3-4 Annual Staff 4 Class Secretary 2 Forensics 3 72 ,, - we. EUGENE GULLICKSON "He had a far away look in his eye, he was look- ing at his feet." Football 3 Basketball 2-3-4 C Club 4 Baseball 2-3-4 Choir 3-4 Junior Class Play 3 Boys Glee Club' 4 Crier 4 f-cf? DOLORES HANSEN "Give her enough rope and watch her skip out." 4 FHA 1-2-3- Pep Club l- 3 Choir 3-4 Girls Glee Club 3-4 Library l-2-3- 4 I f 1 5 : 'gui' . 5 2 f Qin? JIM HALLEN "If football were music, Jim would be the whole brass band." Homecoming King 3 Annual Staff 4 X Crier l-2-3 Football I-2-3-4 Basektball l-2-3-4 Baseball l-2-3-4 Pep Club l-2 C Club 2 -3-4 Choir l-2-3 -4 Boys-Glee Club 4 Football Co-Captain 4 C Club President 3 'J Club Vice President 4 I . .5 3.- Ni- 1 LLOYD HANSEN "Never do today what you can put off till tomor- row." FFA I-2-3-4 Football 1-2-3 Baseball 2 N Qi I ii 7 f or 12 IQ A M'-12 4 - A f .- Yi Ki L. Li - ' 1 ' ,Qt iii J . - -ff? I , sg L W W ' if MORRIS HAMMONS "If you need a truck I think I can get ours." Junior Class Play 3 is " ly k- " s ,. W M M 3 , ,.. 5 jj v P 5 wig, l if ' 411 ff 34 U V - ' veg fr Q31 '5 f GEORGIA HEYER "Just like a little star- Out every night." FHA 3-4 Pep' Club 3 -4 Choir 3-4 Crier 3-4 Library 3 Annual Staff . 4 Junior Class Play 3 Girls Glee Club 3-4 D W w WE mm -N wil W mu W--in Q 4 M A N - M M M - :- 5 W! A f-as W, MC ' . g f .cf es- ! 3 at J PATRICIA JOHNSON "She appears as though she might be shy, but appearances do some- times lie." FHA l-3-4 Pep Club 3 Choir l-3-4 Girls Glee Club 2-4 Library l-2-3-4 Junior Class Play 3 1 "H 1 .- -gf , ESTHER KNOLL "She is quiet, but we all agree, she is nice to know and nice to see." FHA l-2-3-4 Pep Club 4 Library 4 1 5.4 GEORGE KENNETZ "He was nearly killed once, by a train oi thought running through his mind." FFA l-2-3-4 .7 3 JFK 11 T N 'H 3 VA fl f ,-ff i ARTHUR KUHN "There are four great men in history, Ceasar, Napoleon, Lincoln, and I." Band 2-3-4 Choir 4 Boys Glee Club 4 Annual Staff 4 Junior Class Play 3 Class President 3 Student Council 3 Band Treasurer 3 JO ANNE KLATT "She is an upright, down- right, all right girl." FHA 1-2'-3-4 Pep ciub 1-2-3-4 Library l-2-3-4 Junior Class Play 3 Crier Staff 2-4 Annual Staff 4 Choir 3-4 Girls Glee Club 3-4 Band 1 Forensics 2 '83 Y'-ri JOAN LUCHT "Work doesn't bother her, she can lay right down beside it." FHA l-2-3-4 Pep Club l-2-3-4 Choir l-2-3-4 Crier Staff 2-3 Girls Glee Club 3-4 Library l-2 Triple Trio 4 Annual Staff 4 Junior Class Play 3 FHA Treasurer 3 Class President 2-4 Student Council 4 ,aw ,-52 FK ' ' 2 3 1Z'5f ' 5 Av.-gf, V 'X by RONALD MELBY "Not too bold, not too shy, in fact he's just right." FFA l-2-3-4 Football l-2-3-4 C Club 2-3-4 Class Treasurer l YU! ALICE NORDBY "Put that ring on my finger." FHA 2-3-4 Pep Club 4 Choir 4 Crier 4 Girls Glee Club 4 Library 3 Annual Staff 4 Junior Class Play 3 Class Secretary 4 Class Treasurer 4 , , Z 'Q if ,ZA ' 4:5 'Y 3' S- . R. VL.- I ., , X ,fl 5 1-fy,-1. . rr T' f 55 -Q - f .ff I ,' ' .g" 11 'fl' "' I ' "H: '- 1 -2 J.ff'4.2x" , ' " 1' f IW' 7 V-' 1'-f 1. -V ,1,V.1"f""5',A JAMES MOORE "As merry and free as the wave in his hair." FFA 1-2 Football 4 C Club 4 Choir 4 Is, 'nf' V""" MARYANNA NELSON "Here's one of those few whom no one knows any- thing about." FHA 1 Pep Club l Choir 4 Crier 3-4 Girls Glee Club 4 Library 1-2 Annual Staff 4 4 3 1 if J t,Qie ,. Q , .xx i C y ANAR OHLIN TED OLSON ' 'Worrying causes wrink- les, and he hasn't any." 1 FFA Basketball Band 2 - 3 -4 Choir 3-4 Forensics 3- Boys Glee Club "If he has the speed in life he has in a car, he'll go places." FFA l-2 -3 -4 Football l-2-3-4 C Club 3-4 Crier 3 President FFA 4 Reporter FFA 3 JUNE OSTENSON "I'm quiet, but don't try to step on me." FHA 4 Library 4 .1 1 W -,:1 ,f ,. 6' ' .- iff" ., 'W ow -F' , qv: ,v ,X BILL RUBIN "Bill is one of the best with a basketba1l--- but even better with a girl in the hall." Q, , B-:N if Football 3 -4 C0-Captain 4 Basketball 2 -3-4 C Club 3-4 Baseball 2-3-4 Pep Club 2 Choir 4 Annual 4 Class Play 3 Class Vice-President 2 C Club President 4 Boys Glee Club 4 Prom King 3 fnf"7' ALBERT PATROS "Tall, dark and hand- some. What more could a girl want? " FFA 4 DARLO STENSVOLD "I like work, it fascinates me--I can sit and look at it for hours." FF A l-2- 3-4 Football 3-4 1 41 qw N MMT 4' as 'Y' ' 'E 55? C ,, F A 4 JUNE PAULSON "I love the boys from A to Z--but Teddy is the only boy for me." FHA l-3-4 Pep Club l Choir 3-4 Crier 3-4 Glee Club 3-4 Library l-2 Annual 4 Class Play 3 FHA Secretary 4 : - i 5 tl W ix, A 4 i S .. 3 F. At E, .f -x f E' KERMIT THOMPSON "Lots of fun and a good sportg Kermit prefers his girlfriends short." FFA l-2-3-4 Football 3-4 FFA treasurer 4 W 35525: :ES-Am hm M ii -I Q I - W - - 6 O W: :H - A W, W - A W 1 Z A- Ei-- W5 m-E -4 - .A M M M Y- k -W l - 3 6 - it ? A :E mm MEM ,Z Ei b gg Ai 1 E? A-55 u W - Q 1--:mm w A -5 W M W E -2 -I M - - limi Y M: J 'fvlw' CASSIUS VANDERHOOF ".As a member of the FFA he raises "cane" and al- falfa hay." FFA l-2- 3-4 Football 3-4 C Club 3 -4 Junior Class Play 3 FFA Vice President 4 Homecoming King 4 .Qt 1 , ,YM , 1- SU O UJ F' P4 Z P1 Z CU Fl SU Q t 'U A en. EQ i "A1l the world's a stage, and I do my part in cut- ting up," Pep Club l-2-3-4 Band 1-2-3-4 FHA l-2-3-4 Choir 3-4 Crier l-2-3-4 Girls Glee Club 3-4 Junior Class Play 3 Forensics l-2 Library 1-2-13-4 Annual Staff 4 F -Pk, A ef- T 3 ' - wal, .,.W, C '5 A. RAY w OD O "1'm not really as bash- ful as I seem-" FFA l-2-3-4 Q..- T7 PHYLLIS WILLERT "True to her words, her work and her friends." 1 FHA . Pep Club 1-4 Band 2 Choir 2-3-4 Crier 3-4 Girls Glee Club 3-4 Library B 3 Homecoming Queen 4 A L .T ....-EW' .A -..--...,.................,..t, ,:f...-,A... , W, :,,,, ,-.l.'-'--"--"----if:- HQNORS VA LEDICTORIAN BA L4U'l'A'1'UH1A.N Eleanore Friedrick Joan I-IUCN HONOR STUDENTS Maryanna Nelson Andrew Dado Arthur Kuhn June Paulson Dolores Hanson Roslyn Wienberg David Beyl Fred Rubin Kermit Thompson ,, ., .. . .. .,. .,..V., ., ... .. ....,. M., ,...v.... .. .........,.v ... .. v- Y . A , ...-.....l......,, , . , -, v l'LI" " Z1:.'IJflQ ""'2 '1 ,T .7 'l m "IIZ2,lYT l:" " "-: """ Ti" " .Z 2"lfJ.':"lI,L1.'f'I "".-" 'E" "Z'1 """""' , , , ....-. , .......,...,.. ,....... ,.................................. ,... .,.....,...--.,.............,-,-.. , ,, F , . , , ...'T t. pnophecy class In alarge penthouse apartment in the better section of Clear Lake, we hear a clock slow- ly ticking away the minutes. The date is June 16, 1962. The time is 2:30 P. M. Patricia Johnson, who has just divorced her third husband, is writing letters to some of her former classmates. She suddenly gets anideato go on a tour and gather all her classmates together for a reunion banquet at the "Clear Lake De-Luxe Club." tPat, by the way, is the 5th rich- est woman in the worldj She calls her secretary, June Ostenson, and her maid, Esther Knoll, to tell them of her plans. They are both overjoyed as they will accompany their mis- tress. Reservations are made at the "De-Luxe" for July 28th. Plans are devised as to where to go first. After much discussion they agree to find all the "52" graduates that are still in Clear Lake and send invitations to the rest. Bright and early the next morning a taxi is waiting outside the apartment house, Pat and her servants are all ready to leave and hasten down to the awaiting taxi. As the door is op- ened for them they notice a familiar face. June recognizes Kermit Thompson, and everyone says "hello" and asks questions until finally they are off to the University of Clear Lake. As the taxi drives up to the campus Pat says, "Lets stroll over to the football field. There is a game going on." They all purchase tickets and are seated when a blue and white clad player steps back to throw Va pass. "No one but Jim Hallen could pass like that," says Kermit. "And look at that fullback go with that ball. I bet its Bill Rubin. " So after the game they all go down on the field to talk to the two players. "Are you guys still in college?" in- quires Esther. "Yes, we both entered in '58," explained Bill. "You see Uncle Sam had us for four years." Pat informs them about the banquet and tells them to be sure and come. They both accept the invitation and are about to leave when Pat asks, "Are any of the other '52 graduates here at the 'U'?" There are a couple of them here teaching. They would be inside by now, " says Jim. So the group enters the college. As they pass the gym they hear --position, move, ready, exercise. One, two, three, four, one, two etc. "Whats that?" asks Kermit. "Sounds like a gym class to me," says June. "Lets see." Sure enough as they enter the gym they recognize JoAnne Klatt instructing a group of girls. "l see you got to be a Phy. Ed. teacher any way, " says Esther. "Oh, yes, I have been here for four years now and I like it better every year." They all exchange news and greetings, and Pat tells JoAnne about the reunion. "I'll be glad to come" she replies. When asked if there are any more classmates in the college, JoAnne tells them, A.ndrew Dado is the Professor of Agri- culture, but that he isn't teaching at the present. She is asked to inform him of the banquet and the rest of the group bid their good-byes and take leave. "l'm tired, " says Pat - "Lets stop and see a movie." So they stop at the Glare -De -Leu theater andbuy tickets to the play, "Lover Come Back To Me," starring Darlo Dare, Geor- gia Hayes, and Gene Jolson. The 3 girls recognize the stars as former classmates and leave word at the theater about the reunion and return to the taxi. As they walk toward the taxi they notice Kermit talking to Ray W. and Morris H. "They are partners in a large dairy farm 22 miles out of Clear Lake, and are in town for groceries," Kermit tells the girls. He also has told those fellows of the banquet, so they drive on 'till they come to a large bub- ble gum factory. "Lets stop and look through the building," says Pat. They all go inside the huge build- ing and are introduced to the owner and manager. To their surprise he is Fred Tobias. They all shake hands and Fred proceeds to show them through the building. Just as they start out they see someone blowing a large bubble. "PoP" I" and there stands George Kennetz. Fred tells the girls that George is the best bubble gum tester that he has had on his staff. The tour through the building is completed and Pat tells the two men of the big June 28th cele- bration. They are overjoyed at the idea and tell her they will be glad to attend. As, they drive on they see a large sign saying "Kuhnart the Great, "-Beauty Salon. "I'd like to have my hair waved. " says Pat. So once again they stop. June and Esther decide to walk around abit so they leave the taxi and go across the street. After walking about 3 blocks they notice two factories. One has a large neon sign reading "Softasilk Diapers Inc. " owner- Jim Moore. "Lets go in and see Jim," says June. As they are going towards the elevator they notice Jim standingbyhimselfbythe elevator door. They exchange greetings and Esther asks about the factory next door. "Oh, that's Ted Olson's Beauty Products factory," Jim announces. "His wife demonstrates the products for him. At the present however their fac- tory is closed down. June, his wife, is quite ill." "Oh, did he marry June Paulson after- all?" asks Esther, and Jim replies, "Yes, they have been married about three years now. Esther looks at her watch and tells June they had better hurry back to the taxi. So they tell Jim about the reunion banquet at the "De Luxe" and ask him to notify Ted and June. Jim thanks The class of 1952 began highschool in September, 1948, with an enrollment of 45 students. We became full-fledged high-schoolers after being initiated by the sophomores. We returned as sophomores in the fall of 1949. The initiation of the freshmen was the highlight of that year. We started the year with an enrollment of 46. In the junior year 37 students were enrolled. The outstanding events of this year were: receiving our class rings, presenting our class play entitled "Bolts St Nuts," and sponsor- ing the prom, "Hawaiian Sunset." This being our senior year we have many important events such as: class pictures, pub- lication of our annual, class play, and the final highlight for each of the 34 students GRADUA- TION. the girls for stopping in and they leave. When June and Esther reach the cab, Pat is waiting for them. She quickly tells them that Art Kuhn is the Beauty Salon operator. And the girls tell Pat about Jim Moore and Ted and June Olson. "David Beyl is managing an airport just outside the city limits" says Kermit, "would you like to go out and see'him?" "Why don't you take June and Esther out to see him while I stop over at the hospital?" offers Pat. "Okay", says Kermit and they start off. Pat enters the hospital and immediately she notices a familiar face. "Hi Rozy" says Pat." "Hi there," says Roslyn. The two women walk through the corridor and Roslyn tells Pat thatAlPatros is an interne at the hospital, also Rhea Bliese is an occupational therapist. Pat is glad to hear the news and tells Roslyn to inform them of the banquet which is to be given the 28th of June. Then she bids good-bye and hurries off to do some shopping before Kermit and the two girls get back. Half-hour later the taxi is waiting for Pat as she hastens through a revolving door in a large apartment store. Her arms heavily laden with bundles are soon emptied as she gets caught in the door. After she is given the aid of servants and Kermit they are on their way back to the apartment. Pat pays Kermit and tells him to be sure and come to the banquet. "Well, now we will have to write the rest of our classmates" says Pat. "l'll read the list Ihave. " Phyllis Willert, Rose bowl Queen of '62g Ronald Melby, owner of a Modeling School, andAliceNordby, one of Ronald's models, are all in Hollywood California. , Joan Lucht first womanpresident3Dolores Hanson, president's secretaryg Eleanore Friedrick, attending col- lege for her Masters degree, Duane Bjorgum, owner of a Service Station, Anar Ohlin, mini- ster for the United Nations Church are in Washington D. C, and Maryanna Nelson, the owner of a pet shop in Florida. Letters are written to each person, addressed, and sent down to the lobby to be mailed. The big day arrives and everyone is present,at the "De Luxe. " A good time is enjoyed by all and manytears are shed as they all bid goodbye. "Here's hoping we all meet again" says Pat as she bids goodbye. Everyone thanks her for the lovely banquet and extends goodbyes. C LASS HISTORY OFFICERS: FRESHMEN OFFICERS: SOPHOMORE Advisor -------------- M iss Hanson Advisor ------------ Mr. Peterson President ------ -Charles Va.nRuden President --- --- ---- Joan Lucht Vice Pres. -- ---Harold Waterman Vice Pres. ------------- Bill Rubin Secretary- - --------- Jean Oas Secretary ------ Eleanore Friedrick Treasurer ---- ---- R onald Melby Treasurer --------------- J ean Oas OFFICERS: JUNIOR OFFICERS: SENIOR Advisor ---- --- Mr. Larson Advisor ---- --- Mr. Larson President--- --- Arthur Kuhn President ---- --- Joan Lucht Vice Pres. -- ---- -Andrew Dado Vice Pres. --- ---Andrew Dado Sec -Treas. - - ----- David Beyl Sec-Treas - - ---- A lice Nordby E class Wlll Georgia Heyer, leave so the male population can stop panting. JoAnne Klatt, leave for college to get--well, what do most girls go to college for? Phyllis Willert, leave to see if there are any more "Milts" in this world. ' June Paulson, leave, but not without Teddy. Eleanore Friedrick, leave my sweet smile to anyone who needs that sweet innocent look Patricia Johnson leave my "giggles" to Elaine Kuhn. June Ostenson, leave quietly. Maryanna Nelson, leave my magnificent brain to Phyllis Fox. Fred Tobias, leave and I'm hoping I don't have to return next fall. David Beyl, leave, oh girls, don't take it so hard. Cassius Vanderhoof, leave to get a bigger truck to haul all my fans Cgirlsl in. Morris Hammons, leave Laura. Fred Rubin, leave Nanna, but heaven help anyone who tries to take her. Jim Hallen, leave, after alll graduated. Lloyd Hanson, leave a bag of peanuts under my study hall desk. Teddy Olson, leave so pedestrians can once again walk safely. Anar Ohlin, leave so the band can rest in peace. Darlo Stensvold, leave my quiet nature to Jerry Barthman. Duane Bjorgum, leave my ability to draw "pictures" to LaMoyne Emerson. Eugene Gullickson, leave--now who will give the Clear Lake girls a thrill? George Kennetz, leave my Atlas build to John Campion. Art Kuhn, leave to be a politician. Ray Wood, leave if I have the energy to. Jim Moore, 'leave my curly hair to anyone unfortunate not to have any. Ronald Melby, leave my football ability to Charman Budd. Albert Patros leave, and it wasn't easy. Kermit Thompson, leave myself to anyone that wants me, but lets not Alice Nordby, leave to take up my M, R. S. degree. Rhea Bliese, leave so I can spend more time with the DeBoers. Andrew Dado, leave my girl chasing ability to Dick Humpal. Roslyn Wienberg, leave my tumbling ability to Nanna Vanderhoof. Joan Lucht, leave my Miss America figure to Evie Swanson. Esther Knoll, leave my man getting ability to Rosie Vanderhoof. get rough. Dolores Hanson, leave for St. Paul where you can meet so many interesting men- people. Dean Christiansen, leave my noisy nature to Dicky Moe, 13 YEAR STUDENTS FIRST ROW: June, Maryanna, JoAnne, Roslyn. SECOND ROW: Art, Jim, George, Ronald and Dean. -oops! JUDIORS FIRST ROW: Marjorie Peterson, Rose Vanderhoof, Natalie Vanderhoof, John Campion, Ela.ineKuhn,BertieBulman,RoxieThomas, andGlorisLarson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Allen, Janet Graese, Charman Budd, LaMoyne Emerson, Richard Moe, Norval Pittman, Dennis Lundberg, Phyllis Fox, ShirleyOlson, and Mr. Grilley. THIRD ROW: Doris Wienke, Donna Hunziker, Sy1viaClark, Maxine Johnson, BarbaraNewville, Barbara Paulson, Vivian Shafer, Evelyn Swanson, and Mary Mitchell. FOURTH ROW: Donna Mae Olson, Donald Paulson, Dale Hanson, Neil Olson, David Olson, Jerry Barthman, Richard Humpal, Donald Jones and Helen Netta Monson. .v Class Officers SEATED: Mr. Allen, Billy, Elaine, Nata- lie. STANDING: Dale and Mr. Grilley ,l - SODHOITTORGS FIRST ROW: Louella Harnmelman, Morton Melby, Lois Anderson, Beverly Austinsoh, N:-mcyRosen, MaryAnderson, Mary Moore, Wayne Kazmarski, Donald Christensen. SEC- OND ROW: Mr. Gorr, Lois Lucht, DeWayne Minor, James Titel, Kirt Smith, Robert Thomas, Eugene Frankson, Richard Wallberg, Shirley Swager, Waneta Waterman, Mr. Payne. THIRD ROW: Robert Rubin, Donald Flanurn, Wayne Shane, Ilene Thompson, Pat- ricia Moore, Sylvia Eggert, Donald Lark, Jeannene Orner, Ernest Ostenson, Niles Ellingson. FOURTH ROW: Jean Gleboff, Darrel Lein, James Fouks, Irvin Yelle, Raymond Grossen- backer, Allen Gullickson, LaVern Gilbertson, Morris Ohlin, Kenneih Witthoft, Dale Bliese. G: ass Officer Jean, Mr. Payne, Kirt, Robert Lois, Mr. Gorr. F- W W W fneshman i 6 . FIRST ROW: Laverne Wallberg, Paul Streif, Rosie Frank, Shirley Lillie, Carol Hemauer, Opal Bulman, Myrna Smith, June Olson, Maxine Hansen, James Gleboff, Norman Johnson, Jack Steinberger. SECOND ROW: Mr. Hoag, Yvonne Gilbertson, Marlene Frohreich, Suzanne Swanson, Shirley Edwards, Oveila Emerson, Russell Christensen, Jerry Myrdal, Dennis Paulson, Mildred Fouks, MaryAnn Gleboff, MaryAnn Hairna, Shirley Paulson, Mrs. Porter. THIRD ROW: Allen Anderson, Joanne Paulson, Mildred Edwards, Jack Erickson, Robert Hammons, Robert Witthoft, Trudy Bettsinger, Herbert Josephson, Ralph Hawkins, Gwen Martin, Margaret Mara, Raymond Schultz. FOURTH ROW: Richard Rivard, Gaylord Pittman, John Austin, Edgar DeBoer, Marlene Hansen, Franklin Leisz, Maynard Newville, Marlin Hahn, Allen Wienke, Miles Schustedt, Lowell Nelson, Jerry Heyer. Glass Qlffifers Mr. Hoag, Richard, James, Joanne, June, Mrs. Porter. FIRST ROW: Miss Ballou, Gerald Austinson, Jerry Rosen, Wayne Logan, Carole Paulson, Patricia Witthoft, Phyllis Austinson, and Sharon Asp. SECOND ROW: Joan Bulman, Janis Heyer, Rodney Wittstock, Dale Schuno, Grace Titel, Shirley Lillie, Gary Danial, Harvey Thomas, James Christisen, and Marian Walberg. THIRD ROW: Jerry Johnston, Beverly McLean, James Shane, Caroline Byle, David Clemens, Patsy White, Larry Swager, Cleo Priebe, and Barbara Klatt. FIRST ROW: Frederick Hanson, Larry Breeden, Louis Madden, Wayne Moore, Maria Christiansen, Roy Flannum, and Miss Tate, SECOND ROW: Jack Mayalo, Elsie Junkans, LeRoy Lark, Douglas Rue, David Ohlin, Lois Daniel, Beverly Lillie, and Duane Moore. THIRD ROW: Karen Fox, Lorna Sempf, Carl Paulson, Eugene Schuna, Gale Waterman, Cordelia Kuhn, Jean Vanderhoff, Louis Titel. FIRST ROW: Wendell Paulson, Sandra Kuhn, Phillip Anderson, Carol McLean, Jack Holli- day, Mary Jo Nordahl, and Mr. Bradley Bentson. SECOND ROW: Marlene Church, Dick Locke, MarvinChristensen, RodgerSwanson, Mary LouSias, Becky Kuhn, Marlene Johnson, and David Austin. THIRD ROW: Duane Klatt, Lee Anderson, Gary Lenselink, Marlene Martin, Jane Hoese, Jerry Kuhn, Judy Harmon, and Caroline Benson. on A0 es KINDERGARTEN Phyllis Williamson FIRST GRADE Ardis Frank SECOND GRADE C athe rine Johns on THIRD GRADE Alice A . Johnson SECOND AND THIRD GRADE Gloria Levin FOURTH GRADE Marion Hawksford FIFTH GRADE Frances G. Fleck ZMMCD homecoming H 4 ifggx fx f, ' N Xl. N f li' -Q. 427' W n R ' x ,i ,, j x I - ..l V m-rriiw homecoming X , 1 V M 'K :'5"f. 7 5 S gag, 1. gg, 'V , , x u, ' , 'HH' L4 ig Q .W Q s 3 ,, E W Y .M 5.55 ,,.. ,, v, f 4. I . 5 L-..,.AfX-' 'i A - -' X 3 'NM 'f ' ' "M" - ,Q gy. vw. N .,, M I J 'bf' ., JL . H K is-. :uv ' fy, ,gg --'QL' ,gg -:ww-L, ,w-W I 352. W N S Hi' f N : ,- ,sf A Q Q ' ' '4 -it ,gk A ww. i ' .dl rfa.,.A 1 -M. 6-qi 4 11 1 1 ,N . . f? H g . 4 , ' - W, ,J t ' 5"T"'f .- -r nf. .1-aw, ' 4 'V -X - km . ,, f. , fl .Y 'r "'1'Tf?Zif'T3iQ 1 1 ww- V1 ' ' Les' W ' - Q M. M3353 f Af 35 in 1 M wa. 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H fikf P41159 4' f ,-.1 5" ' 'J -' ,T T ' , f pep clue FIRST ROW: Marlene Frohreich, Shirley Edwards, Yvonne Gilbertson, Mary Ann Glebofi, Roxie Thomas, NannaVanderhoof, Rose Vanderhoof, Lois Lucht, Joan Lucht, Mildred Fouks, Oveila Emerson, Myrna Smith. SECOND ROW: Evelyn Swanson, John Campion, Georgia Heyer, Mildred Edwards, Richard Moe, Donna Hunziker, Shirley Olson, Sylvia Clark, Phy- llis Fox, Gwen Martin, Joanna Paulson, Donald Jones, Doris Wienke. THIRD ROW: Mr. Gorr,Shirley Lillie, JuneOlson, Shirley Paulson, Elaine Kuhn, Gloris Larson, Lois Ander- son, NancyRosen, Wanetawaterman, Shirley Swagger, Mary Anderson, Marjorie Peterson, Suzanne Swanson, Carol Hemauer, LaMoyne Emerson. FOURTH ROW: Phyllis Willert, Donna Mae Olson, Rosie Frank, Trudy Bettsinger, Alice Nordby, Rhea Bliese, Marlene Hansen, JoAnne Klatt, Roslyn Wienberg, Maxine Johnson, Louella Hammelman, Sylvia Eggert, Mary Mitchell, and Richard Humpal. PEP CLUB OFFICERS CHEERLEADERS MARY, ROSE, MARY NANNA, MR. GORR JUNE, NANCY ROXIE, LOIS, NANNA, ROSE K. II. A. FIRST ROW: Richard Rivard, Ralph Hawkins, Kirt Smith, Eugene Frankson, Jerry Heyer, Wayne Shane, Ernest Ostenson, Raymond Wood, Gaylord Pittman, Norval Pittman, John Austin, and Allen Wienke. SECOND ROW: Donald Jones, Darrel Lien, Morton Melby, MarlinKlatt, MarlinHahn, DonaldChristianson, Richard Moe, James Fouks, Wendall Klatt, Dale Bliese, Robert Hammons, LowellNelson, Donald Paulson, LaMoyne Emerson, and Mr. Linster. THIRD ROW: LaVerne Wallberg, Norman Johnson, Russell Christiansen, Dennis Paulson, AllanAnderson, Duane Bjorgum, Albert Patros, James Moore, Herbert Josephson, Kermit Thompson, Robert Thomas, Charman Budd, Paul Streif, John Campion, John Stein- berger, and Fred Tobias. FOURTH ROW: RichardWallberg, Teddy Olson, Dario Stensvold, BillJohnson, Richard Humpal, Andrew Dado, LloydHanson, Raymond Grossenbacher, David Olson, LaVerne Gilbertson, Dean Christiansen, Maynard Newville, Ronald Melby, George Kennetz, Dale Hanson, Cassiuzfanderhoof, and Edgar DeBoer. Future ifarmers of Amerina SEATED: Andrew, Kermit, Teddy, and Cassius. STANDING: Mr. Linster, Ron- ald, Norval, Dale, Billy, Duane, and Kirt. F. h. A. K A' 'K 'Q f' N ' .. ,4 ,,,, , J 334' Q1 FIRST ROW: June Olson, Pat Johnson, Vivian Shafer, Mildred Fouks, Yvonne Gilbertson, Joan Lucht, Suzanne Swanson, Shirley Paulson, Margaret Mara, Mary Ann Gleboff, Mildred Edwards, Ovelia Emerson, BeveralyAustinson and Patty Moore. SECOND ROW: Jeanenne Orner, Joanne Klatt, Donna Olson, Joanne Paulson, Shirley Olson, Doris Wienke, Donna Hunziker, Slyvia Clark, June Paulson, Eleanore Friedrick, Phyllis Fox, Gwen Martin, Georgia Heyer, Ilene Thompson and Janet Graese. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Porter, Marlene Florich, Carol Hemauer, Mary Moore, Rose Vanderhoof, Lois Lucht, Shirley Swagger, Elaine Kuhn, Shirley Edwards, Evelyn Swanson, Gloris Larson, Lois Anderson, Marjorie Peterson, Nancy Rosen, Opal Bulman, Shirley Lillie, and Myrna Smith. FOURTH ROW: Maxine Johnson, Barbara Paulson, Slyvia Eggert, Rose Frank, Dolores Hansen, Esther Knoll, Rhea Bliese, Marlene Hanson, Maxine Hanson, Barbara Newville, Roslyn Weinberg, Louellaliammelmen,HelenNetta Munson, Mary Mitchell, TrudyBettsinger and Alice Nordby. ifuture iliomemakers of Amerira Gloris, Phyllis, Patty, Eleanore, Shirley, June, and Mrs. Porter. CRIGR staff I FIRST ROW: Duane Bjorgum, Evelyn Swanson, Vivian Shaffer, Maryanna Nelson, Marjorie Peterson, Lois Anderson, Elaine Kuhn, Gloris Larson, Jeannene Orner, and Shirley Lillie, SECOND ROW: June Paulson, Georgia Heyer, Robert Rubin, Joanne Paulson, Ilene Thomp- son, Patricia Moore, Eleanore Friedrick, Gwendolyn Martin, Kirt Smith, Phyllis Fox, Shirley Olson, and Mr. Payne. THIRD ROW: Carol Hemauer, Mary Moore, June Olson, MyrnaSmith, Nancy Rosen, Shirley Swager, Waneta Waterman, Lois Lucht, Mary Anderson, Shirley Paulson, Suzanne Swanson, Beverly Austinson, and Roxie Thomas. FOURTH ROW: DonnaHunziker, SylviaClark, Mary Mitchell, Alice Nordby, JoAnne Klatt, Barbara Newville, Bill Johnson, David Beyl, Maxine Hansen, Roslyn Wienberg, Phyllis Willert, Donna Mae Olson, and Donald Paulson. PHYLLIS, MR. PAYNE, DAVID, andSI-IIRLEY i' " E-' ,- EW' C-CIUB FIRST ROW: Ronald Melby, Fred Rubin, Robert Thomas, Theodore Olson, Kirt Smith, Richard Wallberg, Robert Rubin, and James Moore. SECOND ROW: Donald Jones, Cassius Vanderhoof, David Beyl, Donald Paulson, Mor- ton Melby, Wendell Klatt, Allan Wienke, Kenneth Witthoft, and Wayne Shane. THIRD ROW: Mr. Grilley, Marlin Klatt, Ray Grossenbacher, LaVern Gilbertson, Eugene Gullickson, Jerry Barthman, James Hallen, and Mr. Bernardy. JERRY, BILLY, JIM and MR. BERNARDY 1. K' S, ,, LOOKING FOR A FUTURE! fHistory Class? LOOK INTERESTED DON 'T THEY? 7 lAgricu1tureJ 12x-35 K2xf3l 2 if KMathematicS7 6' fs, 77' FARMERS AT WORK? KFarm Shopl ' CAN THEY DRAW A STRAIGHT LINE? Undustrial Arts! SIXTY-FIVE WORDS A MINUTE, KIDS fTypingJ A A i Q. - - - - . . -.n- - - - - . 1-pu--fu-Q --.-v----v-T-...n-.1--1-1 - - - .Af . 1. -,4---A- - --.--.-Aw..-T- Q Y -- . , . if +-AQEEA-vez'-Q-, 9 .A nu Q - - -u. 1 --.1-f - - df :nu-v . - -.1 gn' 1--5----. .-.1-1--- --9--Q1 W V f-....-- v A . 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A .A. fG4dfQf,4,, -' f7:f"Wf'ff4,f Af , MfQf.!!Wf Af W 6 5 JZZZQM WW ,f,fflizf?,f ,MLCK iffy- Q fwfffdgdd I ' .fan .A ' QM My Z MWWZWVWWJ J 40, ww 'Q' . i M 1. C fi, , 135 JZJM 'gywgmzzi footeall 515' FIRST ROW: Teddy Olson, Laverne Gilbertson, Robert Grossenbacker, Wayne Shane, Kenneth Witthoft, Jim Hallen, Bill Rubin, Jerry Barthmen, Dale Kuhl, Kirt Smith, Marlan Klatt, RobertThomas. SECOND ROW: Assistant Coach Grilley, David Beyl, Donald Jones, Teddy Pittman, Donald Christenson, LaMoyne Emerson, Jim Moore, Bob Rubin, Allen Wienke, Wendell Klatt, Cassius Vanderhoof, Billy Johnson, Dario Stensvold, Lloyd Hansen, Dennis Lundberg, Ronald Melby, Coach Bernardy. THIRD ROW: Wayne Karzcmarski, Donald Paulson, Morton Melby, James Fouks, John Austin, Dale Bliese, Norval Pittman, Lowell Nelson, Kermit Thompson, Maynard Newville, and Erland Banks. CLEAR LAKE CLEAR LAKE CLEAR LAKE CLEAR LAKE CLEAR LAKE CLEAR LAKE CLEAR LAKE FOOTBALL 51-52 CONFERENCE RECORD SENIOR PLAYERS Bill, Jim, Cash, Dave, Ted, Dale, Jim, Ronald. CHETEK 19 PRAIRIE FARM l3 NEW AUBURN 13 CLAYTON l4 SHELL LAKE 21 WEYERHAUSER 13 TURTLE LAKE O SGHIORS CO-CAPTAINS JIM BILL CASH DAVE JIM RONA LD TED V Q-lil QQ Qll. ' avlbf WHATS JIM Dome? ,Q' ' A l ,VZ , .gi lx fi 4:7 nf 'Y 2? ,er -.1 rw' PALM" fiihx ' gi gh ' mb 3' ','.1,'e Hs -245 fa '21 if? i ha f if 4mf if 'gg gig. 'b 'QL V - YT5!5?'W?.'-25594-'f'f3:73 35722 ' ME' 4' , ' 54. - 4-. .gf , 4 ,,44 .- A , am ww "H W "limi ' Q N ' f' Nw 516: in 'N 1 gk 55, . 'Q ' . If ff .W 1 Z: Hz. 1 '- Iv ':f'Ny..w Haj? , nf?if ,4 'N a.- mn 2 'ww , 4 1 gl iw f J . f ' x"A2".-5 " .ar zf,,g,3g?gg"l':1LQ 4. 2 4, .i , 4 -P91 H., - ' -,Q fzii'-1.3a"!"f 41 , . , ggg,L1.,, - ,ra , .Q 'F ,Jw 4 ,--x fi' Y ,, , it A 5 'sg Q 5? 4, .fi5,.ii' .wfrv- J 2. V. ,byfdgw , V, .vlfggiggaq N, ' 4 ff ' ' - t .1551 zfifwiig 1 v 1 I f sw ' ,,,, 6 V X1 ,WV W Q if ' 3' 13 'mf ix ffl, 'A Yfffht' Q' K! Y Q N. my J' -il 'K 11 ,f ' 'V s H' Qi. 1 'wifi x- ,W UF Q 1' 1,.N'i:' Q. r ,,, 53 5 , . ' . ' QQ' 3 ,ni ' ' 1,5 - 5. , .X fa 'rfffwl - FQ n f 3. ,Y ,,2.,P? 'Q 8 A u , 'gf .1 'f,ff"g ' fi wyfqf L 3 Mc IH K ,f '1 W -1 641 '- X-Tw: . , wg -Q ER. ST WEYERHAUS EPING IN AGAIN BILL RUBIN SWE BASKGIBAH 2 ...-11 S 1 3 t. ,T 5 L E FIRST ROW: Bill Rubin, James Hallen, Eugene Gullickson, Jerry Barthman, LaVerneGi1bertson, Richardwallberg. SECOND ROW: Mr. Grilley, Donald Jones, Dennis Lundberg, Dale Hanson, Neil Olson, Donald Lark, Robert Rubin, and Mr. Bernardy. semonz playens JIM EUGENE BILL dy 931,52 Ecjy, av Mfg , W wwf' M J' jp M' WW N W GJ QF! , Jw B W Tffbygfwijf . s I 'f E 'Wfif fi-ffMf7 if A ,SN L ' 6' M Jw mf W J 75 QW xijjjZVf'5fCw,j!gwfmpdJf0,wv9Jiz,v1!Ex , M 6? gf Af www x ix 'W?'W fw ff A My LX I W m x-Wim? JL Wj m f Wpyw 777 ,Q -' L FIRST ROW: LaMoyne Emerson, James Gleboff, Robert Rubin, Donald Lark, Robert Witt- hoft, Lavernwalberg, Jerry Myrdall. SECOND ROW: Mr. Grilley, Allan Wienke, Wendall Klatt, Morris Ohlin, Franklyn Leisz, Allan Gullickson, Marlin Klatt, John Austin, Mr. Bernardy. A successful grid season was witnessed this past season by Warrior fans. Despite their being under rated our team finished up with 5 wins and 2 losses in Lake- land conference play. The hard hitting Warrior line suffered a loss midway in the season when Ronald Melby, center, was stricken with a light case of polio, and failed to finish the season in play. The previous years homecoming loss to the Clayton Bears was avenged in the closing rninutes of play, when a slippery Warrior half-back, aided by smashing downfield blocking, raced 65 yards for the winning touchdown. Graduating lettermen are: Jim Hallen, Bill Rubin, Ronald Melby, Cash Vanderhoff, Ted Olson, Jim Moore, Dale Kuhl and Dave Beyl. CHGIGV w Cl6AR lake CIGAR lake VS. CHGTZGK i l CHOIR FIRST ROW: John Campion, Herbert Josephson, Donald Paulson, Jack Steinberger, Paul Strief, Dennis Paulson, Jerry Myrdal, Raymond Schultz, James Gleboff, Donald Christen- son, Miles Schusted. SECOND ROW: Niles Ellingson, Fred Rubin, Donald Flanum, Eugene Frankson, Richard Rivard, LaMoyne Emerson, Ralph Hawkins, Robert Witthoft, Robert Thomas, Duane Bjorgum, Jack Erickson. THIRD ROW: Mr. Allen, Kirt Smith, Kenneth Withoft, Robert Rubin, Norval Pittman, Irvin Yelle, John Austin, Dale Hanson, Jim Moore, EdgarDeBoer, Darrel Lein. FOURTH ROW: David Beyl, Morris Ohlin, Richard Humpal, LaVerne Gilbertson, Anar Ohlin, Arthur Kuhn, Gene Gullickson, Franklin Leiz, Jerry Barthxnan, Neil Olson, Allen Gullickson, and Jim Hallen. The Mixed Chorus, the largest in the history of Clear Lake High, numbering 115 voices can be justlyproud of the musical progress that has been made during the past school year. Last fall, as experienced vocalists viewed the unending line of applicants with looks that register- ed uncertainty, one's predictions for having a "singing" chorus of this size would have been negative, however the interest that the entire group showed as the year progressed made us feel as though we had a group of which any school of our enrollment could be proud. When the Christmas Concert was well received by those who heard it we had gained the confidence and musical bearing that we needed to carry us through the rest of the school year with sat- isfying achievement. Public performances by the chorus were the following: Christmas Concert December 20 Annual Vocal Clinic, Balsam Lake April 4 Spring Concert April 18 Spring Music Festival, Rice Lake April 26 Related groups from the chorus, including soloists, triple trio, and the Gir1's Glee Club, greatly aided in bringing to Clear Lake a fine display of vocal ability. CHOIR , agf l i 15 ' ., , F I as T 8 .Q ' 5 ,An ., ,fW9??9,Q 9'?9Q'9l? FIRST ROW: June Paulson, Doris Wienke, Elaine Kuhn, Nancy Rosen, Natalie Vanderhoof, Lois Lucht, Shirley Edwards, June Olson, Gloris Larson, Gwendlyn Martin, Joanne Paulson, Marjorie Peterson, Beverly Austinson. SECOND ROW: Shirley Lillie, Mary Anderson, Janet Graese, Georgia Heyer, Ilene Thompson, Jeanene Orner, Roslyn Wienberg, Sylvia Eggert, Phyllis Willert, Trudy Bettsinger, Joan Lucht, Dolores Hansen, Shirley Olson, Mildred Edwards, Phyllis Fox, Lois Lucht, Roxie Thomas. THIRD ROW: Eleanore Fried- rick, Bertie Bulman, Mildred Fouks, Marlene Frohreich, Yvonne Gilbertson, Evelyn Swanson, Suzanne Swanson, Shirley Paulson, Oviela Emerson, Margaret Mara, Mary Ann Gleboff, Vivian Shaffer, Mary Ann Hiama, Maryanna Nelson, Pat Johnson, Jean Gleboff, Mary Moore. FOURTH ROW: Shirley Swagger, Helen Netta Monson, Sylvia Clark, Mary Mitchell, Barbara Paulson, Maxine Johnson, Rhea Bliese, Alice Nordby, Marlene Hansen, Maxine Hansen, Barbara Newville, JoAnne Klatt, Donna Hunziker, Louella Hamrnelman, Rose Frank, Donna Mae Olson, and Patty Moore. TRIPLE TRIO I FIRST ROW: Eleanore, Elaine, Natalie, Joan, Barbara. SECOND ROW: Evelyn, Helen Netta, Shirley, and Marjorie. 1, J 13 W: ' I .-. D' , . ' L' J ,, f' 3' A L . .. xl, fxf..A 1 " -f- X .N xx . ' i X N "Q 5 Xi? , . -I 1 . :JA ' , - :X A ' 1- V 1 .. . ix ,F W xl D ' j pr," .MC- jb i, I , L, RL 5? 'N F V. .f X. 5. fiii Q " v. 'Q' : 5 :I ' .A xg " V f R ,, an AJWQ 4 4 ij, 4.11-fx f?fLCATIj4,c?'5,ipl71j ,W QQW BANG FIRST ROW: Phyllis Fox, Andrew Dado, June Olson, Joanne Paulson, Gloris Larson, Allan Gullickson, Niles Ellingson, NancyRosen, Marjorie Peterson, Mary Mitchell, Jack Erickson, Miles Schustedt, Carl Paulson. SECOND ROW: Helen Netta Monson, Lois Daniels, Morris Ohlin, Leroy Lark, Suzanne Swanson, Rose Vanderhoof, Douglas Rue, Cardelia Kuhn, David Ohlin, Dennis Lundberg, Shirley Olson, Arthur Kuhn, Evelyn Swanson, Natalie Vanderhoof, Mr. Allen. THIRD ROW: Neil Olson, Elaine Kuhn, Karen Fox, Shirley Paulson, 'James Gleboff, Robert Witthoft, Maryann Hiama, Raymond Schultz, Jerry Myrdal, Jack Mayala, Dennis Paulson, Irvin Yelle, Louella Hammelman, Donna Mae Olson, Shirley Swager, Lois Lucht, Mary Anderson. FOURTH ROW: Anar Ohlin, Barbara Paulson. MAJORETTES SAXOPHONE QUARTET Ban 0 it it r, l. j ,giefeblg r A Qi : . W, ciwmf tg. ,ga ' ,533 g gi? .1-H'u-3424!-gn., at 2 v ,m.. , - v,gyf:1,,:.:fy14- .Nam 'ff ' eg: H -. My w. f 'fu' mst Ww.' ' e. ' v ',""i .-t.3Yt"V.'LJ-i'ii1.f'?-i1:" ff N if LM" C L o 3 lv. " 1? 1 X 'i"':"9?:ff't U - ,fffcfvdfet was-L :ws-". 5 " i5'N2,Zfi ,-'31, .- tt, , N ,, ,, , ,, . 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LV v 5 , . fs QV , yzt5ifq.w31,,3fz ,. i, . af, W . i - .gg I ,f:,,y -' ' ' , 7 6 SSW.: ,fy y , af - g ffgf-avg , 9' . , . i as if , ,aalgylt , a .45 -me f - , " PP ' -A W, , N Q' f 7- ,lk 'if 2' ' " A ,ff , ' 35 g ' K Zfrv vk-5N,.gi. ,QQ 'LST' K it 52:4 ' - rams A, -3:5-tj-1,7 at t .., , ' -Q ,Q it . -1 3' ' . -1'1" -..'5JTZ.x: ' TheClear Lake HighSchool Band functioning as a marching unit in parades and football games as well as appearing in several concert performances has had a full and musically interest- ing year. Some of the highlights that will be remembered by those who took part in this year's activities were the Band Clinic held at Milltown and the Spring Music Festival which was held in Rice Lake. Eight bandsmen were selected to represent the Clear Lake band in an all star Band Concert held in conjunction with the Milltown Clinic were Arthur Kuhn, Andrew Dado, and Anar Ohlin from the senior class while Barbara Paulson, Phyllis Fox, Neil Olson, Marjorie Peterson and Helen Netta Monson were chosen to represent the juniors. Public performances by the band for the past year include the following: Homecoming Parade and Halftime show Armistice Day Concert at the Village Hall Farm Institute Concert Annual Clinic At Milltown Spring Concert Music Festival at Rice Lake Memorial Day Parade Several additional commendable perform- ances by various individuals and small en- sembles added greatly to many school and community gatherings throughout the school year. October 19 November 11 January 16 February 8 May 2 May lO May 30 SEATED: Helen Netta, Gloris, Marjorie, STANDING: Elaine, Mr. Allen, Barbara, and Nancy. 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