Miller High School - Rustler Yearbook (Miller, SD)

 - Class of 1952

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' 'Y' 3 , WW- , N and Cooks are going to do theh e' 1 i 5 K 0 - ai9" v4 LA: 44" lk, CT ff f ,N I 7 ' 1 'IZ , K... X, 1 bl Y,-X -4 L . . Q 2 . i -8 ' V1 1 " ' 9- ,fs-X ge Lcafaon To our parents whose 1nsp1rat1on and encouragement have been exceedmgly helpful we dedlcate thls 1952 Rustler annual We hope ln thrs small way to express our appreclatxon for the xnterest they have shown 1n our studres and actnvxtxes throughout our school years W shall try to lxve up to the hxgh standards they have set for us Donald Testerman who was taken from our m1dst 1n a tractor accr dent May 1 1951 was an actxve mer ber ofFFA and class vxce pres: dent he was a popular member of hrs class and paructpated m many act1v1t1es durmg h1s two years at vhller lllgh School I2 I7Z6I7ZUlZlLlI72 fly bi, Qs f X ,lf 6X ' A 1 1 N f f A . A Q . . . 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F eb Sept 4 Sept 24 Sept 25 O t 8 11 .O t 11 12 O t 12 13 Oct 20 Oct 24 2C Oct 27 Oct 30 Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec C 21 .ja 8 9 .Fe .11 FFA Parent-Son Banquet . . . .... .... N1 ar 5 Sectional Basketball Tournament OX innerj .... Mar. 7 Local Music Contest . ........... . State Basketball Tournament Uwlitchellj . . . . . .Mar. 12 .Mar. 13-15 District FHA Meeting Cpierrej ...... . . . . Mar. 20 State Amateur Boxing Tournament Clilillerb . MusrcConcert............ . AmateurContest Mar. 19-'71 . Mar 26 . . . Mar. 28 Senior Career and College Day fllurfnb ...... Mar. 31 Regional Music Contest fAberdeenJ . . . . . . April 3-4 State FFA Convention fBrookingsJ ..... SeniorPlay .. ..... . Homemaking Style Show .... . . . . junior-Senior Prom . . ...... . . . . Baccalaureate Services ...... . . . Senior Breakfast .... Class Day Activities .... . . . . . . Commencement Exercises . .... . Semester Tests . . . .... . . . . April 7 Senior Tea ..... ........ ...... .April 21-22 . . April 23 . . . May 2 . . May 6 . . . May 18 .. May2l . . . May 21 . . . May 22 - May 22-23 i ""'h. f-QP! A Dui Lffcfzcfzz sian! ,cm fu me: cz V645 gal fr Gly'-'lm 5? W 1,770-9 'fs ff 1 5 it ' W I gf- ' , 7 fuk A B .I 'FZ 5 Aj, C ...piezficiczztzs K , A Q: I 2 -1 l Q35-. BOARD OF EDUCATION: SEATED - Dwight Leyson, Irene Glennon, Dollie Bushfield, Alice Cahalan, R. ll. Murray. STANDING - William Beaner, E.M. Kindred, Art Ilibbison. These dieticians work hard to make our menus well balanced and flavorful. Their careful thought and at- tention each recipe enable our school to rank high among the schools in the state. ' K 3 . I 'I 'fc' A - ,, . ,J 7 " '44 i W- ukfif C'-:bin svzfyru, Ciiaefii Up.,,,L,,, ,'L1..4 . - Q S hav 5 5 W QF ' -,X . lZffffff6fg,MUgfA'y ' UPE TENDENT B. S. Nort.h ri tate Teac ers College M. A. University of South Dakota World History G1-1idaHCe I Freshman Adviser BOXIIIS Boy Scouts JOSEPH HAFNER PRINCIPAL B . A. University of South Dakota Chemistry Senior Guidance junior Adviser ssisfamf M rl" ROBERT Clv 5,2 X un lor Busxness Phys ncal Educatlon RUTH SICKLES HOMEMAKING B S Dakota Wesleyan Unxverslty M S Colorado A and M College Homemakmg I ll III General Scrence FHA jumor Adv :ser VEDA MILLER COMMERCIAL B A Unrversrty of South Dakota Bookkeepmg Shorthand I II Ty mgl II N H Socxety Sennor Advnser WILLIAM THAL I IAL SCIENCE B S Valleyfllty tate5Te College Amerxcan H to Ill fSpeechJ Problems of 1 m cra ibe ts ournalxsm Declamatron Sophomore Adv Iser ARDEN GRONLUND AGRICULTURE Southern Normal B S South Dakota State College Vocat1onalAgncultureI II III IV FFA Asslstant Boxmg Coach I umor Advlser HAZEL IIARGENS OFFICE SECRETARY Y fly, e IQ W" ' ' C5 7 .-x 1 Y , Al! if A Q , . L C- . ff, ,gvflw - I ...bk . . I ks . ,I .J , . F ai. m ,V xi i Y I ' ' I 'S . . ' ' D l .1 ""t fr p' , . . ' I , - I ' x , . D . A. ,l e , l' is I ' - 1 te ' 1 " All ' I ,lftwify , J . I I f sl ' K -rj I 'V S BFAU1vsty ROBERTfBE KMMS C f 9 Band Vocal Mus nc OPAL CAMPBELL ENGLISH B A Wnlllam ewell College Englxshl II IV Llbrary Sophomore Advlser MA RY BRISCOE MATHEMATICS B A College of St Teresa M A Colorado State College of Educauon Plane Geometry Algebra I General Mathematlcs Engllsh III fLllCf3Il.lIC, Annual Freshman Adviser DONALD IIENRICKSON SCIENCE B S South Dakota State College Physics Bnology General Science Senxor Advlser Aud 10 vxsua I Ed ucatlon 62... Nff-Q gn Wil .-E?-7-lr- ..,.4" gEi 1 UI 9 3"'x STUDENT COUNCIL LLF'l TO RIGHT T Ihnes presndent Mr Murray advlser W Sltmner omore representauve R Smrth freshman representatrve B Ha senlor repre e ner advxser The Cooks are elected by the student body to repre ent lf 1n strrrmg up the rrght mgred lents 1n the mnxmf, bowl Thrs year they helped select and m1x the batter that made the hon e commg a great success A reclpe IS bemg concocted now so that homecommg wlll be even more successful next year The chxef cook and two of hrs assxstants helped the cnty st1r up tle Halloween act1v1t1es consrstxrg of a party a dance ard a show A new reclpe was made up by these vullmg coolts so there could be more schoolpartles of dxfferentmuttures These partles v ere held once a montl from November through Aprll Each party was put on by a dxfferent sponsor Another gdea cooked up by the student councrl was that of havmg each student pay twenty fxve cents for a year s subscrxptxon to the Rustler Hoofbeats Homccomnn clwool Apavloti Q Conkuil 0 WWW ff 8 T 4 rr T' z if W . ww I Q T' 'J . N A If 7 - T l f'4: 2 . 4 1 J I 9' ' V D g- Q If a ,. ' ' Q 5 dui r' - V - ' ' ar. f, ' 'Lf' - is -I secretary-treasurerg Ufen, vice-presidentglj. Bludher, juniorlrepresentatilveg A. Herman, soph: , ' 5 . ' , ' 3 . ll, ' s ntativeg Mr. Hat- I 1: V' Y SX f I f lx? K X df 2 A I T' 'x X 1 JB lll lla ll A Af Q wed czzzc mm logel 161 i 3 ,gf gif gif ww - ,f- .15 mm Ek 'V I .1 um 5' lf 5' 5 I , Q Q IQQTL "'f?,' f N: I "5 ,,-'Z ff' .JZ DONNA JOHNSON JOHNS Don t argue wrth me Nlured Chorus 12 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 Operetta 2 FHA l Lxbrary Club 2 3 4 Hoof beats 3-4 CLAYTON SISK CAKE Constantly carefree and casual Class Vlce Presxdent 1 Bas ketball 2 Track 2 Phys Ed 2 Prolectxon ub 4 Code Claiy ? LA' y 7 U- "fQ 'J I F wa, LV 'Ll P MARY ELLEN WANGS S J Earnest and efxcre she always does her bes St Teresa, Huron 1 Huron Hngh 2 St Anthonys Long Beach Cal1forn1a 3 Glee Club 1 23 4 Nlrxed Chorus 4 Operetta 4 Varrety Show 4 Spamsh Club 2 Hoofbeats PATRICK JOHNISON PAT Underneath those curls there s a bram FFA l 2 3 4 Junlor Play 3 Phys Ed 2 Football l 3 Glee Club 1 Mnxed Chorusl LINN WEL LINN A fxne boxer modest but very mzschremous Football 4 Basketball 2 Phys Ed 2 Boxxng 3 4 Track 2 FFA 12 34 FFA Trea surer 4 Hoofbeats 4 ne quart ROLLANTD NIELSEN ROLLIE Hes always wrllrng to bel Cumberland Wnsconsm 1 PhsEd12 FFA1234 Hoofbeats 4 GLEVA NIELSEN GLEVA Her heart belongs to another FHA 13 Llbrary Club lloofbeats 4 ROBERT FAWCETT BOB Wh: e we lzue let s really nt COllnCll 1 Class resldent 23-4 Foot Phys Ed 2 Track 2 Football Captam 4 Nl Club 2 3 4 Mxxed Chorus 3 4 Glee Club 3-4 Varxety Show 4 Pro JCCIIOI1 Club 2 3 4 Hoofbeats 4 ueen Escort 1 FFA 1 2 3-4 FFA Treasurer 3 FFA Presrdent 4, Best Spooner 3 LORANDA ME LHOFF PICKLE Gentle ways and a tmy voice Glee Club 1 2 3-4 Mxxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Operetta 4 Lrbrary Club 3 Hoofbeats 4 Gregg Club 4 FHA 1 WARREN SKININER SKINNIY Ile laughs and the world laughs wrth htm FFA 12 3 4 FFA secretary 3 4 FFA Natxonal Chorus 4 Phys Ed 2 Glee Club 1 3-4 Mtxed Chorus 13 4 Solorst 4 Operetta 4 Varxety Show 3, Hoofbeats 4 Student Coun cxl Secretary Treasurer 4 Class Ntce President 2 Class Secretary Treasurer 3 National Honor Society 4 J w u n 1 A L ' ' Il 11 L l - - Q 1 - - I ' ' Q Q P. l ' ' Q ' .. . 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Glee Club 1-2-3-43 Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-45 Boys Quartet 2-3-45 Vocal Solo 2-3-49 Va- riety Show 4' Hoofbeats Play 2'Operetta 2-4' Student Coun- cil 3' Hoofbeats 4' FFA 1' Cheerleader 4 VINCENT DE ROUCHEY VINCE Ile makes up or hzs szze zn vozce Phys Ed l 2 Football 1 2 4 HELEN STUBSTEN STUBBY' She s small hut that doesn t hinder her any Class President 2 Glee Club 2 Mixed Chorus 2 Operetta 2 FHA 1 Annual 1234 Office 4 Girls State 3 Gregg Club 4 Gregg Club Secretary KENNETH DARNELL BOON An zmpresszonable young man B ' Basketball 1 2 Phys Ed 3 FFA 1 2 3-4 Projec t1on Club 2 3 4 Class Presi PATRICIA CANIPBEL L PAT A sparklmg personalzty bubblmg over wzth enthuszasm Mixed Chorus 1 2 3-4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Girls Sextet 3 4 Vocal Solo 4 Library Club 4, Office G1rl 3 Annual 3 4 Rustler Editor 4 umor Play 3 Variety Show 4 Op eretta 2 4 National Honor Society 3 4 FHA 1 Projec tron Club 4 Best Mixer 3 District President of SDHSPA 4 DAR Candidate 4 LARRY HEINZERLING " LARRY' ' Full of fun, serious as well. FFA 1-2-3-45 Phys Ed 1-2. BONNIE HALL BON She could laugh her way out of anylhmg Band 1234 Pep Band 3 Swing Band 4 Band Secre tary 4 Variety Show 3 Stu dent Representative 4 Gregg Club 4 Gregg Club President 4 Library 23 Annual 4 Girls State 3 Queen Candi date 1 Rustler Queen 4 KEITH RE NSHAW KEITH Shortness only adds to hrs personalzly St Lawrence 1 2 Glee Club 2 Hoofbeats 4 SHIRLEY MENNING DIMPLES Trs better to be hash ul than bold Glee Club 1 Library Club 2 FHA 1 THOMAS IIINES TOWHY Hrs leadershzp wms the respect o everybody Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 Nl Club2 3 4 National Athletic Honor Society 3 4 Boxing 34 FFA 1234 FFA Pres 3FFA Vice President 4 Class President 3 Class Secretary 2 Student Council Vice President 3 Student Council President 4 Projection Club 4 Code Class 4 Nauonal Honor So crety 3 4 Queen Escort 4 Boys State 3 7 1 1 7 Y Y . me 11 L A L , . 1 ' 1 1 ' II ,I n Q 1 ' ' 1 1 1 - 1 Y - . . f 4 , - 1 . 5 - - . '1 1 ' 1 1 , - Q e J. I' I rr 11 I 1 , . . . . . 1 . 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X V nf Q. 4,-Q JAMFS LEWIS LOIJIE Basketball s greatest asset Student Councnl Secretary 5 Class Presldent 4 Natrona Athletic Honor Socxety 2 Queen Escort 4 unnor Play 5 Operetta 2 Annual 5-4 ProJect1on Club 4 Band 1 Mlxed Chorus 125 Glee Club 12 5 Basketball 12 5-4 Football 254 Trac N1 Club2 -4 JACQOFLINF PORTER JACKIF A frzend she wlll be for ever Glee Club 5-4 Offlce 4 FHA 1 2 5 4 FHA Reporter 4 GFRALD BOYD JERRY Serrousness zs not one 0 his vzrtues Huron 1 2 Glee Club 2-4 Mixed Chorus 24 Operetta 2 4 Varlety Show 4 ProJec tlon Club 4 Code Class 4 Intramural Basketball 12 Phys Ed 1 JEANNE RODMAN JEANNIE prone to mzschze Hntchcock 1 2 Nhxed Chorus 5 4 Glee Club 1 2 5-4 Solo 1st 1 2 5-4 Sextet 5 4 Quar tet 1 2 Cheerleader 1 2 5 Annual 1 Declam 1 2 Phys Ed 1 2 Cntrzenshxp Award 1 2 Operetta 4 Queen Can drdate 4 BERNARD HOOGESTRAAT BERNJIE Look out Ill do some thing sensational yet' Football 1 2 5-4 Basketball 12 5 4 Track 2 5 Nl Club 2 5 4 Band Lrbrarxan 1 Glee Club 1 2 5 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 5 Band 1 2 5 Boys Qua tet l 2 5 Sax Solo12 5 Sax Quartet 12 5 Pep Band 1 Bohemxan Band 1 2 3 lUfll0l' Play 5 Operetta 2 Vanety Show 4 Code Class 4 Queen Escort 4 Natxonal Athleuc Honor Socrety 2 3 4 Natwnal Honor Socxety 3-4 Annual 5 4 Hoofbeats 2 ne pmt WANELDA SLUWECKA WANELDA A blue eyed blonde wzth wmnmg nays Glee Club 1 2 5 4 Mnxed Chorus 2 5 4 Operetta 4 Annual 5 4 Gregg Club 4 Gregg Club Correspondmg Secretary 4 FHA 1 ueen Candrdate 4 ROBERT WHARTON BOB Quiet but very ef ectwe FFA 1 2 5-4 Hoofbeats 4 ProJect1on Club 2 4 VIRGINIA MC KAY GINNY Good nature is only one o her wrtues Orrent 1 2 5 Glee Club 1 2 5 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Operetta 4 jr Sr Play 5 Clarron Paper Staff 5 Annual 2 Declam 5 Student Councxl Secretary Treasurer 5 Class Vxce Pre srdent 5 ueen Candldate JAMES JOHNSON JIMMY ' Hear me for I will speak Band 1 2 5 4 Swmg Band 4 Swmg Band Treasurer 4 Glee Club 1 2 5-4 Mlxed Chorus 1 2 5 4 Boys Quartet 2 5 4 Brass Sextet 4 Cornet uar tet 5-4 Vocal Solo 1 5 4 Pep Band 2 5 FFA Bo Quartet 2 5 4 Operetta 2 Nlattonal FFA Chorus 4 Bas ketball 1 2 Declam 2 5 'Q I Jn Debate 5-4 Annual 5 4 Pro ll Jectxon Club 2 jumor Play 5 Pageant 5 FFA 12 5-4 JOHN DAVIS CACTLS He chooses has own school time B Band 1 Glee Club 2 F 1 2 5 Phys Ed 1 2 ProJect1on Club 2-4 Bonng is R 1 "Xl, N A' 'J te 1 n . 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' J Z i ' 5 4 9 V , , ' , n 1 Ll I2 conceal DLAWE ROBISON ROBBY He doesn I mma' schoo rt s the studying Glee Club 2 Nhxed Chorus 2PhysEd2FFA1234 Hoofbeats 4 Proyectlon Club HAYVARD DE LTER DUDE A football team s :deal Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Track 5 4 Phys Ed 1 2 N4 Club 2 5 4 Hoofbeats4 JO DEAN ESCHE NIBAUN4 Yes talkzng rs one thzng I do well Glee Club 1 2 5 4 Mrxed Chorus 2 5 4 Sextet 5 Hoof beats Play 2 Operetta 2-4 umor Play 5 Varrety Show 5 4 Class Secretary Treasur er 1 Annual 54 FHA 1 2 FHA Vlce Presxdent 2 L1 brary Club 2 5-4 Lrbrar Club Secretary Trefyiff' 4X LE ROY WANGSNJESS LE ROY He lakes music Oldsmo bzles and girls Football 1 2 5 4 Basketball 1 2 Track 2 Glee Club 1 2 5 4 Band 1 2 5 4 Nhxed Cho rus 1 2 3 4 Band Presrdent 4 Instrumental Solo 2 5-4 Pep Band 1 2 5 Swmg Band 4 Swing Band Secretary 4 All State Band 5-4 Nlatronal FFABand 4 FFA BoysQuar tet 5-4 Boys uartet 2 5 4 Operetta 2 4 Cheerleader 4 Nlatlonal Athletrc Honor So crety 2 5 4 Code Class 4 Projection Club 4 INORMA SAVILLE NIORMA She just can I make er eyes behave Palm Sprmgs Callfornla 2 1 5 FHA Hlstorlan 1 Gregg Club 4 Gregg Club Vrce Presxdent 4 unlor Play 5 ueen Candldate 4 JAMES Yosr CLEO Ile woke up or a whzle thzs year Glee Club 1 2-4 Nhxed Cho 1 4 1-ootball 1 5 as -ff tbll12T k12 Ph PIOICCIIOD Cl b 4 Cgglcf C 3 IHC yS Class 4 .JN J ft! Ed 2 Varnety Show 4 Oper J-1 etta 2 4 HARLEYNHEDIGFR JCORE NE MIESSNER REDIGEB A boy wzth a me uture Glee Club 4 Mlxed Chorus 4 Operetta 4 Phys Ed 2 FFA 1 2 5 4 MARILYN SLUNECKA NIARILYNI 4 ready smxle makes her an all around pal Nhxed Chorus l 2 5 4 Glee Club 1 2 5 4 Operetta 2 4 Guls bextet 5 FllAl 2 FHA Secretary 2 Lxbrary Club 2 5-4 lloofbeats 5 4 Hoof beats Play 2. CONINTIE School does fill that gap between euenmgs Nhxed Chorus 2 5 4 Glee Club 1 2 5-4 Operetta 4 L1 brary Club 5 4 FHA 1 Hoof beats 2 5 4 ORVIN BERTSCH BERTSCH A happy combznatzon fun and good sense Glee Club 4 Nhxed Chorus 4 Varrety Show 5 4 Operetta 4 ueen Escort 4 FFA 12 5 4 Class Secretary Treasur er 4 ful, nf' 3 M 425: sl Q:?"7 35: -sn " 29' nhl' ru C3 N' I3 O Y ,L 11 Y! . , I . V - v xt rr ' ' ' . s Q, 1 - g -,g Q 1? .,' ' ' 1.. - - - 4 -F gg ff " ' . - 4 s n - - -f , -' , 5 . - -Q - 2 1 fl . 1.. - - - I - - - 9 H v' J r 9 I . 1 - 4 vs . .JW . Q . ' fi- - fs 'f ' ' a - -'jg3.:: ,F 2. . - . 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'-C X Y - 9 1 , ' ' K , nd 3 F7 'vu T .J Q7 Q we ve ounces im JOAN HE KIMINGSON JO A vwacrous person over lowzng wzth energy Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 2 3-4 Operetta 2-4 FHA 1 Gregg Club 4 Gregg Club Reporter 4 Hoofbeats 4 ROBERT NIE LSEN NIELSEN Always rrendly be s tbere when you need bun Cumberland Wrsconsm 1 Phys Ed 1 2, Intramural Bas ketballl FFA 1 2 3 4 Hoof beats 4 DAVIS SLTTON DAVE He was born with music m bam Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football 2 3-4 Track 2 3-4 Club 234 umor Play 3 Varrety Show 5-4 Operetta 2-4, Prolectron Club 4 Boys State 3 'rlatronal Honor So crety 4 Nlatronal Athleuc Honor Soclety 2 3-4, Band 1234 Glee Club 123-4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Boys Quartet 2 3-4 Vocal Solo 2 3-4 Instrumental Solo 1 2 3 4 Pep Band 1 Brass Sextet 1 2 3 4 Band Vrce Presrdent 4 Bohemnan Bandl 2 3 Band Llbrarran 2 Swing Band 4 Swxng Band Presrdent 4 on lA WILSON JANE 5 Slow to speak but quzck JJ to smzle FHA 1 Hoofbeats 4 i SEWIORS HERE 12 YEARS ROV. 1 H. Stubsten, P. Campbell, Porter, C. 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Q NV. . 3 , ' 1 2' l Q f - R 1 ,f l' ' V , N 'K A 3 , 3' la. , ' I I 7126 quafzi !eac!e9zsfup 3-,V Spb U ne faMesp00n youilz EIGHTH GRADE ROW 1 Vemon Schrllmg Everette Prostrollo Eugene Stubsten Lowell Warren R mona Slvertsen Carolyn Koeck Dons Schultz Betty Bertsch ROW 2 Thomas Wmsell Donald oy Imelda Campbell Audrey Sommer Darla Lewellen Arlys Hemmmgson Patrxcxa DeRouchey Keith Fulton ROW 3 Mr Henrlckson teacher Merle Bertsch Donald VanRosendale LeRoy jones Mary Arens ja nxce Walker Pearl Aanenson Rrchard Byrum ROW 4 Robert Frsher erry Yost jack jones Bertns Aanenson Clarence Mennmg M1chaelStoudt Kelth Huey SEVENTH GRADE ROW 1 Bonnie Srvertsen Dwame Haeffner Frank Trotman erry Hem Ronald Jennings Larry Hancock Doyle Arbogast ROW 2 Dona Bertsch Mary jane Gabriel Sharon Bancroft DeMans Sorensen Anna Louxse Larry Mxchael Slsk Rosemary Morgan jane DeRouchey Barbara Van DerWerff Dana Lee Kuestermeyer ROW 3 Patsy Nuhrxng Maryean ones Jeannette Schllchte Marran Kxttelson Nma Borah Richard Moen ohn Meek Gene Haeffner Russell Davis ROW 4 Mrs Har teacher Sandra Harden Sharon Ebel Donna Trtus Edwrn Speck Francrs Srsk Leon Crossman Gary ll! f wi 94 "I f V ' 1 fx ,Q . ' QA r . . - , 3 lb - QQ I I N. .. f X V Y L.. L .. 'S 1 l r -. . : u , - - v v ' . ' a- 1 1 p .1 'T I 1 . .I 1- 1 1 1 1 ' ' - ' 1 1. 1 . 1 1 1 '- 1 . 1 I ' . " 1 J 1 1 7 1 7 ' l 1 " ' ' , ' , , ,l ' , . 1 1 - . " a 1 v U 3 I . . U Y . ' . 1 . . - " v J - . 1 . , , , J . , I , I , - -- - gh. . R . Y I 9 Y I Y Nledefal-ICI, Defwlfl Hefman- Not pictured: Mavis Vens. ' l ' , T L ul? ' ' J : if , . A ' 'A N " N " '- il- , - . K . I ' n" ' ' V , ' 1 .. 1 .. . X vi . i , f ' ' ' ,Q ' 1 ff , . I r' 9 v - I ' by - I ' v , - . . . - - ' , - 3 1 X , E' 1 5. - 1' 5 L A - - g , 4 . I l P I Y , 1 ' C ' I ' 1 A, 6' ' Y, ' ' ' 2 .1 2 . I , I ' - 1 ' - . .. Teachers 5 4 6 Busy beavers phySlCS lab Is xt bor1ng7 Crayfxsh cutups jeannxe Sweet stuff' 'Ieachers 2 3 1 ni CM Zofs C2fS6ClSUI1l.l2g iwgeifzez wilfl 435- 5' SPO R 5,1 'Q 5 vi Q X ' Y f -1 ini ff W C, fig 4' .xy Q! '. ihfzi 1 "" ' k Q 41 6ff, 1 ' ' 0 1 f 1 ' , Cwowz pouncfs cfwzahifify FOOTBALL-"A" AND "B" TEAMS: ROW. 1-L. Swaney, T. Hines, M. Deuter, D. Sutton, B. Hoo- gestraat, L. Wangsness, R. Winsell, j. Lewis, R. Ufen, R. Fawcett, K. Hall, D. Robinson, D. Schultz. ROW 2-V. DeRouchey, J. Knrppling, D. Walker, T. Fulton, L. VanRosendale, R. Werdel, L. Neu, B. Black, W- H0Chh81ter, M. johnson, R. Campbell, R. Wangsness, J. Blucher, L. Baker, E. Hanks, W. McKown. ROW 3-Coach Schroeder, Assistant Coach Henrickson, R. Terry, R. Davis, D, joy, K. Wer- del, G. McKay, G. Damell, L. Porter, A. Rosemore, R. Sorensen, L. Warren, K. Huey, R. Witte. The 1951 Miller Rustler football team experienced a very successful year. With eleven returning legrmen and other capable players, Coach Bob Schroeder developed another C. S. D. C. championship team. 'Ihe only conference game in which the Rustlers did not achieve victory was a tie with Mo- bridge , 13-13. The top game of the season occurred when Miller met the powerful Faulkton Trojans, with the Rustlers emerging victorious by the score of 13-0. Graduating lettermen are: T. Hines, D. Sutton, R. Fawcett, j. Lewis, L. Wangsness, B. Hooges- traat, M. Deuter, V. DeRouchey. Coach Henrickson's "B" team showed the will to play good football, defeating Wessington Springs 14-7, while dropping two contests to Redfield by the scores of 20-15, 12-0- Miller may look forward to a fairly strong team next year with twelve returning lettermen. THERE HERE OPPONENT DATE WE THEY OPPONENT DATE Huron Sept. 14 6 25 Ipswich Sept. 28 Gettysburg Sept. 21 32 12 Highmore Oct. 5 Faulkton Oct- 19 13 0 Pierre Oct. 12 Mobridge Oct. Z6 13 13 Onida Nov. 2 Totals Average score: Miller 19.13 Opponents 8. Individual scores for the year are: Schultz-63 Deuter-S8 Winsell-18 Lewis-7 Hoogestraat-6 Ufen-1 24, THEY 0 7 7 O 64 gg. -1 3.5 , .Q ,055 49' 5 1 "yr - '4"? 53 ff. - ... .-w 1 K X Han Hoo9csfraa1 McKay SCL uff ,y r f ocfllza-Ifer fhlfon 'sa .N we pzzzis spmfsznmzs up The Rustlers, built around a core of five returning lettermen, had a very successful season, with a record of sixteen victories and five losses. In conference play, Miller tied for first place with Onida, each team having won seven games and lost one. In the sectional tourney at Winner, the Rustlers defeated Winner in the first round but lost to lluron 51 to 58 in the second round. Graduating lettermen are j. Lewis, 15. lioogestraat, and D. Sutton. OPPONENT WE Parkston 53 Wes. Springs 54 Flandreau 38 Nlobridge 49 Redfield 412 Lemmon 59 Faulkton 44 Ipswich 52 Iiighmore 64 Onida 4-'l lluron 57 Gettysburg 56 Pierre 44 llighmore 49 TIlliY OPPONENT WE THEY Hagltg Platte 62 42 Winner 30 35 Cheyenne 69 .18 Parkston 57 41 CSDC TOURNAMENT Onida 41 47 SECTION.-XL TOURNAMENT KX inner 55 541 lluron 523 51 Average score: Miller -49.7. Opponents 42.1. W'nscll Lewis Su Cf' - Jouifeen cups pmcizce H Yi' S2 'V' 1, f r- .N .Y 1 1' ' ff' . ,, 'S ln Q 1 CSCDVEEL9, 1 QSZEQJ V GSBEQ Q9 gc. .I 43. k ' , -T Q -. , A I 7: :S x' , J g ' A 1 4 ' V7 n . 1 , 6 X V f 7 5 ,v A SQ ' - g f -gi 430, , , f.,g.SE5 T ' Nl . . 31 ': .. , Lux f .DJ " I ,L 1 ..,- , .Ek Y ,D VA K I 1 , . :Q fx , A M I:f:.11"g', be R H.-.1 Q' --, - IEC "B" BASKETBALL: ROW 1-- W. Hochhalter, R. Werdel, R. Sorensen, G. Darnell, S. Irwin. ROW 2-- K. Werrlel,R. Terry, L. VanRosenda1e, L. Porter, J. Knippling. ROW 3-- T. Fulton, E. Hanks, R. Campbell, D. Walker, M. johnson. , , Wal l T ix. lg, 1' ' -F A l -l'-1 Cfowzteen howls puncz BOXERS: ROW 1-- G. Pollock, A. Wheelhouse, C. Hargens, T. llines, B. Dixon, L. Neu, R. Ae- soph. ROW 2-- R. Slunecka, D. Biddle, R. Witte, R. Wangsness, L. Zemlicka, D. Simons, J. Dix- on, Mr. Gfonlund, coach. Not pictured: Mr. Murray, coach. The Miller boxers, coached by Mr. Gronlund and Mr. Murray, took part in five tournaments this year: Mitchell Golden Gloves, jan. 23-24, Pierre Card, jan. 29gSioux Falls Golden Gloves, Feb. 4, Sioux City Regional Golden Gloves, Feb. ll-13, South Dakota Amateur Boxing Tournament at Miller, March 19-21. Participants in Sioux City Golden Gloves, as pictured below, were R. Dix- on, C. liargens, T. Hines, and L. Neu. Trophy winners were: R. Dixon, flyweight champ, Mitchell, T. Hines, lightweight champ, Sioux Falls, C. Hargens, bantamweight champ, Sioux Falls. The team also won the sportsman- ship trophy at Sioux Falls. gash of I.769ZS6U8lZClVZC6 Lmfx -1' TRKCK ROW I Knrpplxng D Walker R Campbell L Porter R Sorensen V Ilochhalter ROW 2 R Terry T Fulton D Schultz D Sutton D Robinson K Hall R Ufen R Wrnsell j Blucher E Hanks Not pictured K Warren H Hochhalter R Hanson I'he 1951 track team though rather rnexpenenced showed promnse The team consrsted of twenty-nme members mcludtng seven returning lettermen The team entered four track meets the Aberdeen Relays Aprrl 27 Conference at Prerre May 4 Regronal at Huron May 12 State at Huron May 18 and 19 D Schultz and D Sutton represented the Rustlers at Huron n he state meet entermg the hrgb yump and mxle run respectrvely Graduattng lettermen were H Hochhalter and lx Warren N C1111 8151117 T limes 17 Sutton D Robxnson R Lfen D Schult7 X1 Ueuter STKNDING Coach Nc roeder I Swvmex Blucher lxnxpplxng, R C lmpbell L Baker N1 ohnson 1 Vangsness lewns Hoogestraat h H H R I-avtcett R Vmsell X! Hochhalter W Wade V DeRouc e N1 C lub rs an organrzatnon CODSISIIDQ, of twenty one members each havrng eametl at least one letter rn a mayor sport This tlub has been formed for better understandmg letween team-mates f - A T 1 ' T- H V' , i . ' I 1 1 7' ft , 1 y ,Kr l ' :P ' -. Air- 't W - ' " 4 A ,l f rf ' t , , - 1 1. , . ,. . 7 D ' ' I A , ' 9 ' ,- 5 ' ,- L , - N K- A 4 xL'T- : .q -5 RM ' Y . . 1 I y. Q I , 'T I x N 9 . ,- Q'r1"pJ1:q-111--.' t. , .' . .'--,I .h 3.5. ,j. If, ,r.j . ,j.- ,, fs. hy. . A T K, . 1L L I - . .T . I l - I --1 -v , golf? ZLC1!JX6SjJ0OIZS energy Q., v X I CHEERLEADERS: L. Wangsness S ,'r,i. Q ,AB . j. Weaver, M. Trotman, G. Carr r' w :ty - N I Q NN 'Thu I mf-Gu ...- -.. For the first time since 1948, boys are serving as cheerleaders at Miller lligh School. The stu- dent body elected Gene Carr and LeRoy Wangsness to assist Mari- lyn Trotman and Janice Weaver, who are leading students in yells for their third year. TWIRLERS: B. Hall, R. Glennon, S. Bushfield, S. Leyson. O Px P K Q .I . ,X T J h Y -If fm.-. S, . 'l 1 .fm ,Q eczf mzc 9 em 'X wail ufmosi cafze K - X 11 JA QQJ Q .ff iff j I 1 wh W. - f x, y X L x I 1 I? V xx If 'Q -. Nkzfl ' ' , Q . ff .,- X xl' ,. X A' 1 fx Y: jf , , K Y K. lex K D D , N N x I 11 4 2 f 4+ -A' -A -1 1 - M' Al ,J , 'V - ' I 1 if 5 Q ZX HZQCISUYFS "A" BAND: TWIRLERS: S. Bushfield, S. Leyson. CLARINETSZ ROW l-- Barbara Hall, D Haefs, M. Sisk, K. Campbell. ROW 2-- D. Halbig, D. Wilson, R. Sorensen, R. Campbell, j. Blu- cher, A. Raske, M. McCool. ROW 3- L. Wheelhouse, j. Morris, J. Walker, D. Sorensen, N. john son, M. Scott, A. johnson, B. jacobson. DRUMS: Campbell, A. joy, P. Fisher, M. Karst, R. Fisher. FLUTES: 1. Weaver, M. Reiman. SAXOPHONES: Bonnie Hall, Y. Fawcett, B. Faw- cett, R. Glennon, A. Herman. CORNETS: D. Sutton, j. johnson, A. Diede, D. Arbogast, D. Titus, R. Terry, S. Harden, R. Moen. FRENCH HORNS: S. Ames, K. Yost. TROMBONES: D Walker, S. SChWCigCfdf, M. Haberling, M. Vens, H. Mossholder, M. johnson, H. jones. TUBAS: E. Rombough, L. Baker, D. Throop. BARITONES: R. Wangsness, D. Robinson, L. Wangsness, D. Morris. TYMPANI: T. Winsell. GLOCKENSPIEL: D. Campbell. "B" BAND: ROW 1-- G. Wallman, L. Hancock, S. Irwin, B. Black, S. McCool, C. Arbogast, S Bushfield, J. Quirm, I. Campbell. ROW 2-- L. Boren, M. jones, A. Hemmingson, M. Campbell, S. Leyson, A. Sommer,D. Throop, j. Bell, B. McDonald, J. Hatch, L. Hanks, V. Rosemore. 0 of flaw! wnlfx' "A" band is one of the hardest working organizations in the music department. They meet each school day from 8:00 to 9:00 A.M. and play at all pep meetings as well as at home football and basketball games. The band presented concerts during the year and took part in the regional music contest in Aberdeen. "B" band is made up of students who are training for "A" band. OUTSTANDING BAND MEMBER D. Sutton WINNING SOLOISTS IN 1951 MUSIC CONTEST: D. Sutton, L. Wangsness, D. Danburg, G. Carr, johnson. Not pictured: J. Vosburgh, D. Story. .pf X. 33 our cimnzs me Ocy rf 6 Q nn ooeo I ",:."-ff--L-TE-CJ GIRLS GLEE CLLB ROW1 'Nl johnson lx Yost D Beaty N4 Rerman B Hall L Rosemore termeyer S Davrs V VcKay J 'McKay N1 Drede B Langer j Niorrxs D Campbell Dorothy VanDerWerff NI Scott ROW 3 VI Slunecka A Dxede B Fawcett 1 Weaver NI Haeffner A ohnson Ix Campbell -I Schwergerdt j Hemmmgson L Nlelhoff D Halbxg D Xlorrrs ROW 4 D Danburg 'xl Haberlmg H Nlossholder A Herman NI Slunecka D Haefs ,I Lschenbaum R Wangsness D johnson D Vhlson NI Vlangsness P Campbell S Ames Not prctured C 'xhessner D Droz D 'vhessner Thrs glee club rs composed of the more expenenced smgers They sang at the Chnstmas concert and mus1c contest at Aberdeen and also combmed wlth the boys glee club to make up the mxxed chorus The band parents purchased grey robes to be worn by the musrc groups OUTSTAINDINYG GIRLS GLEE MEMBER J Rodman GIRLS SLXTETS ROW 1 D Morns 1 Rodman M Trotman Weaver P Campbell R Wangsness ROW 2 NI Relman A Dlede K Campbell I3 Fawcett A Herman D Wxlson wlf 34 Y - - X I 5 Q' Q Q I ' A ,-. 5 .I , , V. , -F A . I 3' Y 0 ' Q . , . . A - I Y' - 'Y J N ., 0 v I 1 ' ' V .-10 C W 1 If 1 XA V 'K I v . X . J ' X ' f I P , A h ,. .If 1 Q- . -L., e...R"h' """ I ,Q "' A 1 X A . Ps. "I I - ' I -4 '! ,Q 5 V ' A . -'x-I . I I - J - ' I 4 I I I V " I I I , 'I . I ' , I I . , I , I , j. Rodman, R. Cmlennon, Donna VanDerWerff, Mr. Beck, dlrector. ROW 2-- M. Trotman, M. Kues- , I , I I, , I I I, I I , I ' , I I' , I , I I I ' , I . . " I , . , . , . , I . , . f-, ' I - . , I . , . I , . , I . , . , . , I I- , . - . , . , . , I . , . , . . : . I , . , . I . I K g I ,, n QI W ' 'A 1 5 : . , l , U . . . . . , . , I I , , . , , . . I " I I , I , I , I , I , . . .-4, , I 3 .. .. - W I .. K I . . Q l I . x K I x I 2 . I ' ' ' ' sl fzee oczfcwes cvzmony 538 if I S 5-1 D Robmson H Blachford R Dnxon B Black R Aesoph ROW2 T Rogers R Srsk J Yost jones D Sutton Byrum A Wheelhouse R Frsher A Stensland G Pollock R Sorensen ROW 3 j Blucher G Carr L Wangsness R Fawcett W Wrllrams R Campbell D Walker G Boyd R Ufen -I johnson W Skmner O Bertsch Not pxctured H Redrger R Marshall Thns group 1S composed of boys who are mterested rn muslc and who wlsh to rmprove then' smgmg abrlrty They sang at vanous concerts and partncrpated rn the reglonal musrc contest rn Aberdeen OUTSTANDING BOYS GLEE MEMBER D Sutton BOYS QUARTETS ROW1 G Carr D Robmson VC Skmner O Bertsch ROW 2 L Wangsness R Ufen D Sutton j johnson 35 F -' 7 5 f Q - 'f S, 1 A ' 5? off R' 9 ' V I T r Y- if 44 3' 1 1 D. L 3 I 1 Q -. A - 'A EQ -LLS gl Q Lg ' n A F W A T it l BOYS GLEE CLUB: ROW 1-- Mr. Beck, directory W. McKown, V. Black, G. Wilson, 1. Knippling, . : --B . I , . V' , '. V V H 'L'-I 'ffl' V I 1 R .V V N Q A l I 4 A l. A l . A X, j' gum pelvis counfefzpoini emit" - 0 6 T X GIRLS GLEI: CLUB MILMBI- RS NOT IN MIYED CHORUS ROW 1 P Aesoph L DeRouchey M johnson I: Ilalblg C Schwenn Mr Beck dlrector ROW2 M Campbell S McCool P Fraser M Dxede L Wheelhouse A Sommer ROW 3 Porter L Boren S Schwexgerdt D Wheelhouse B Porter I Campbell J Walker J nsher Grrls In thls group hope to gam experrence and tram mg so that they may become members of the more ad vanced glee club next year TTY T "Ives, SWIING BAND ROW I Bonnxe Hall j Weaver K Campbell Barbara Hall lrbrarlan D Halbxg lxbranan O Bertsch ROW 2 L Wangsness secretary M Haberlmg J johnson treasurer D Sutton president M Karst The swmg band ns an orgamzauon consxsung of se lect members of the A band They have a repertolre of old ume and popular musrc Thxs group plays for school partres and other occasxons 3 ' . ,. A . .Q J ,- -. A 5 V , Q- V ', ' , 1 fy ll -- -,f 1' ,' N , . I as 'Q -V 'z " ' " I f H- xx N , .. . 1 1 , - . - I I, - - - - . . . . , . 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Sutton CBill Blakej. STANDING- A. Herman flelindaj, J. Weaver Cllenrietta Whipstitchj, R. Aesoph, W. McKown, D. Robinson CArchie Fitzgibbonsj, D. Danburg Cjewelj, D. Beaty, M. Kue- stermeyer, M. Haberling, G. Boyd, D. Campbell, S. Davis, J. Knippling, L. Rose.-more, K. Yost, G. Wilson, D. Miessner, R. Campbell, j. Yost, R. Soren-sen, A. Wheelhouse, V. Black, B. Black, O. Bertsch, M. Reiman, W. Skinner, M. Haeffner, T. Rogers, D. Wilson, H. Rediger, J. Blucher, M. Trotman, R. Fawcett, R. Wangsness, accompanist, P. Campbell CMrs. Horace McCannb, B. Fawcett CElsa McCann J, J. Rodman CAnne Blackwellj. I.. Wangsne-ss CCaliph Hassan lilCaribD is pictured below, seated on his throne. W biz: Uzqffzmzsfzf. QZCIC LIC! if CIC C UIQ ' Ain: ewan fm ki" 11z 111, Ff Q L51 fi lf ,J L " ,r ive scoops abifiiy PAPER STAFF: SEATED- Dean Robinson, sports writer, W. Skinner, sports writer, V. McKay, feature editor P. Lilly, assistant editorg M. llaeffner, editor, j. Weaver, feature editorg Duane Robison, sports writer, G. Carr sports writer. S'I'ANDING-- M. Wangsness, M. Bancroft, grade news editorg C. Miessner, j. llemmingson, D. Johnson, N. Wilson, G. Nielsen, exchange editor, J. llare, grade news editor, M. Slunecka, L. Melhoff, R. Whar- ton, K. Renshaw, R. Fawcett, L. Neu, Robert Nielsen, M. Deuter, Rolland Nielsen, Mr. Thal, adviser. This dependable group,guided by Mr. Thal, keeps the students well- posted on events that take place in Miller lligh School. Every other Tuesday the students receive their copies of the Rustler lloofbeats, published by the local printing office l-'veryone gets a chuckle when reading the Spurs and Cxhuckhouse Chatter columns written by members of the staff Mable llaeffner Pat Lilly and jane llare attended the SDIISPA meeting at Brookings in October wo Lcwzefs ejffofzf ANNUAL STAFF: SEATED- J. Morris, assistant editor, P. Campbell, editor, ll. Stubsten, typist, W. Slunecka, typist. STANDING-- A. johnson, artist, D. Droz, proof reader, A. Hemman, sophomore editor, D. Wilson, assist- ant business manager, Miss Briscoe, adviser, M, Trotman, typistg J. johnson, music editor, K. Hall, assistant sports editor, L. Wheelhouse, typistg R. Wangsness, freshman editor, Barbara Hall, assistant artist, B. llooges- traat, photographer, Bonnie Hall, proof reader, J. Eschenbaum, business manager, J. Lewis, sports editor, J Schweigerdt, assistant photographer. With Miss Briscoe as adviser, the 1952 Rustler staff worked during free periods and after school, in addition to the three regular Class periods each week, to complete the material in time to meet the dead- line. All staff members have specific duties for which they are trained. The Rustler staff was represented by six members at the SDHSPA meet- ing held at Brookings, October 20, 1951. Pat Campbell served as presi- dent at the jimmissouri district meeting held at Miller. gilmee cups omeszficiig Q Q - mu, 'Q FHA: SEATED-- D. Wheelhouse, treasurer, J. Porter, reporter, P. Aesoph, his- toriang B. Fanger, president, Mavonne Diede, secretary, Marjean Diede, vice- Pffsif-lQUl9 N- HCQZCI1, parliamentarian. STANDING- ll. Schilling, C. Diede, Miss Sickles, adviser, Hudson, Kerber, M. Scott, E. Schilling, A. Creager. The Future Homemakers of America, consisting of girls who have taken or are taking homemaking, are under the guidance of Miss Sickles. , There are three degrees of achievement for active member- ship: junior Homemaker, Chapter Homemaker, and State Home- maker. The aim of this organization is to make the homes of America better and life in these homes more pleasant. A Marjean Diede, pictured at right, attended Western Training School of FHA in june, 1951, at Estes Park, Colorado. She is the first girl from Miller to attend a national FHA meeting. .,gg, 1 . YF' .15 'sh' Q Vg I V' v-.-.yn -sr -X 1-x 0126 DLLSAQZ A0756-561156 'M-. FFA: ROW 1-- Mr. Gronlund, adviser, W. Skinner, secretary, T. llines, vice-president: R. Fawcett, president, R. Winsell, sentinel, R. Ufen, reporter, L. Neu, treasurer. ROW 2-- W. Beaner, G. Darnell, J. Dixon, V. Black C. Hargens, T. Fulton, K. Werdel, G. Wilson, ll. Blachford, R. Dixon, B. McDonald. W. McKown, R. Aesoph: S. lrwin. ROW 3-- J. Pfiefer, T. Coyle, T. Rogers, R. johnson, N. Arens, L. W3ngSnCSS , Rolland Nielsen, R Slunecka, L. Baker, D. Biddle, R.Caffee, E. Rudd, G. Pollock. ROW 4-- O. Bertscn, B. Canham, R. Wharton G. McKay, J. Knippling,ll. Rediger, R. DeGeest, R. Witte, ll. Schilling, D. Simons, R. joy, B. Black, A. Wheell house, D. Geiver. ROW 5-- L. Zemlicka, D. Canham, R. Marshall, W. Wade, L. Swaney, j. Blucher, M. johnson R. Wangsness, K. Darnell, Robert Nielsen, W. Williams, Dean Robinson, P. johnson, J. johnson, D. Throop, M. llarrell. Not picturedg L. Heinzerling, Duane Robison. 'Uwe Future Farmers of America is a very active organization of high school boys interested in agriculture. Bill Canham, LeRoy Baker, Robert johnson, and Linn Neu, in back row at lower left, were delegates to the National FFA Convention held at Kansas City, October 8-12. Pictured in the bottom row are Warren Skinner, Dean Robinson, LeRoy Wangsness, and james johnson. Warren and jimmy sang in the National FFA Chorus at Kansas City, LeRoy and Dean were in the National FFA Band. Each year the FFA boys participate in several judging contests and sponsor a parentson banquet. ive quafzfs sc ofafzs ip NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY LEFT TO RIGHT D D102 V McKay H Stubsten W Skrnner B Hooge straat D Sutton Mr Hafner prrncrpal T Hxnes M1ssMrller advrser P Campbell M Haeffner D Ro brnson Three yumors and seven senrors make up the Natxonal Honor Socrety B Hoogestraat T limes and P Campbell were mruatcd rnto the so crety rn therr punror year The other seven were chosen thus year The students are selected by the faculty on the basrs of scholarshnp leader shrp character and servrce The group chose a proyect to work on durlng the year and held meetrngs once a month GREGG CLUB LEFT TO RIGHT Mlss Muller advxser L Melhoff treasurer J Hemmrngson reporter N Savxlle vtce prestdent B Hall presrdent H Stub sten secretary W Slunecka correspondmg secretary Wrth Mrss Mrller as therr advxser these Shorthand II students devote one Fri day a month to the study of offrce procedure The gn-ls take then' turns at pre sentrng toprcs at the meetrngs LX pants cfepenclabalzfy LIBRARY CLUB ROW 1 j Kerber N johnson S Ames P Fraser j Morrxs vrce president L Wheel house M Campbell A Raske B Fanger B Parmely ROW2 Mrs Campbell advrser M Drede D Danburg S Schwergerdt R Vlasek M McCool E Schrllmg A Yost J Hudson D Campbell C Schwenn ROW3 P Frsher M Wrlson C Drede B ohnson P Lrlly P Campbell Staufer A Drede B Fawcett presrdent A joy K Campbell G Nrelsen ROW4 M Smrth E VanDenBerg M jones D Droz D Haefs Eschen baum secretary-treasurer D johnson M Haeffrlel' C Mressner N Heezen A Herman M Slunecka The lrbrary club composed of sophomore junror and senlor grrls under the supervnsron of Mrs Campbell do volunteer work durmg therr free perrods ,ff PROJECTION CLUB SEATED W Skrnner R Wharton J Eschenbaum P Campbell E Hanks C Srsk STANDINC Mr Henrrckson advrser K Darnell T Hmes G Carr J Davrs L Wangsness D Sutton 1 Lewrs K Hall B Hoogestraat R Fawcett G Boyd At the begrnnmg of the year seventeen boys and grrls leamed how to run the movre proyector Durmg then free perrods they have shown movres to grade students and varrous hrgh school classes Lxfeen cu es e oquence Dd Campbell M Marshall A Yost L Wheelhouse S Schwergerdt ROW3 Johnson D Robmson Mr Thal a vrser The thrrteen students who reported for declam rn the fall are as follows Poetry B Parmely M Camp- bell A Yost D Morrrs Morrrs and L Wheelhouse Oratory 1 ohnson M Marshall R Smith andS Schwergerdt Dramatlc D Campbell Humorous D Robmson and R Glennon Wrnners at the local contest were B Parmely J ohnson D Campbell and D Robmson Mrller placed thrrd m the drstrxct contest at Fort Prerre johnson and D Robmson recerved ratmgs of excellent whxle B Parmely and D Campbell were rated good CODE CLASS ROW 1 Mr Henrlckson advrser T Hmes j Eschenbaum C Slsk ROW2 L Wangsness G Boyd B Hooge straat D Sutton Thls class ts made up of seniors who learn the Morse code durmg their free perxods M Henrlckson thelr super vrsor makes recordings at varynng rates of speed and the students tran slate the code from these recordmgs Thxs system enables them to progress as swrftly as possible '55 L. - ,.. L L cv 1 , K ,. L, sp - K Q. . V, 0 Y 1 q W -B' 1 A ' . 1 4 Y Q , . .1 ! l "K E ,fa - 1' A l S' L : gf DECLAMATION: ROW 1-- M. Campbell, D. Morris, J. Morris, B. Parmely, R. Smith. ROW 2-- R. Glennon, ,.. ,,. ",j. ',. . gl --.j , . ,. ', . ' : . , . J , . , . ' . ' ' . r. 46 en fa espoons fa en ,ff Yn- JUNIIOR PLAY CAST STANDING R Ufen fllerculesl M Karst CDL' Cwoochj W Wade fBadge Burnesj Mrs Ward dxrector P L1llyfMrs Maxwellj K Hall fMr Maxwellj D Robinson fwlllbllfj SEATED J lludson CGladys Goochl 'l Relman fBernad1nej J Weaver fBetty Louj R Wmsell CBFHIDSD M Trotman CConn1eJ and student dxrec or N1 Dlede CAunt Mary! SENIIOR PLAY CAST: ROV 1-- W. Skmner fAugustusJ H. Stubsten QKIIIYF M. WangsnessfBr1dgetjj.llemm1ng son fGhost Girlj . Rodman Clonaj Nl. Saville CDianel T. Hines QGhost Boyj. ROV 2- . Eschenbaum fpeach- iej L. Wangsness fOttob G. Carr CTommyJ B. lioogesrraar CLevij J. johnson Qlximl P. Campbell fAunr Nia- rillaj. LU6 FCZC Mrller H1 Schools homecommg was as thrrllrng and excrtrng as ever The frve can drdates all from the senror class were Nomma Savxlle eanne Rodman Wanelda Slunecka Bon me Hall and Vnrgmna McKay Precedmg the crownmg of the queen on Thurs day mght October 11 the Horse Opera was presented under the drrectxon of Mr Beck As the curtams opened Mary Sommer the 1950 Rustler queen was seen on the throne Followmg a trumpet fanfare the queen candr dates and their escorts approached the throne curtsred and bowed to the queen and took their places to awart the announcement of the result of the student body vote Qcroll reader Robert Werdel declared Bonnxe Hall Rustler Queen of Mary Bonnxe took her place on the throne and was presented a bouquet of red roses Follow mg a cheer for the queen the students snake danced to the school grounds where Bonnxe rexgned over the pep fest around the bonfnre Frrday evenings HCIIVIIICS were given a grand begmnmg at the football game when the Mtller Rustlers defeated the Pxerre Governors 19 7 l medrately followmg the football game a carnrval and dance were held at the audrtorlum completing the homecomnng festxvntxes ages eauiy if LORONATIOIN GROUP llI'l FO RIGHT D krbogast A Dnede, D Sutton avr e M Reclr Carr, ll Slunecka, S johanson, T limes, B Hall, O Bertsch, M Sonrner j Hatch B lloogesuaar V McKay, j Halbxg, j levus, j Rodman, R llerdel 48 . , . . . . . I . - , ' , J l N , . - KJ, , ' If YY - -I ! -1 4 ' ' Az'-wk" if' 17 , - 1951. After receiving a jeweled crown from h ' - . m- i ii IE.. -Ciflfn ' Fx lu '4 I ,. """"f'r, '22 II Xgi 11. .Z 5 -V. N,- - 1 Q K. I W 4 P ! O' L me Cay Ofpowei GOVERNMENT DAY: ROW 1-- W. Skinner, county agent, P. Campbell, assistant register of deeds, N. Sa- ville, county nurse, H. Stubsten, assistant auditor,D. Robinson, assistant justice of peace, T. Hines, coun- ty judge, A. johnson, home extension agent, A. Herman, assistant treasurer, A. joy, assistant sup't of schools, Barbara Hall, welfare director, M. Trotman, register of deeds, Bonnie Hall, county nurse, J. john- son, commissioner, V. McKay, assistant clerk of courts. ROW 2-- K. llall, sheriff, j. Knippling, commis- sioner, O. Bertsch, highway sup't, G. McKay, commissioner, D. Schultz, justice of peace, R. Ufen, state's attorney, D, Sutton, assistant state's attorney, B. Fawcett, treasurer, j. Weaver, clerk of courts, j.Eschen- baum, supk of schools, D. Wilson, assistant coroner. ROW 3-- L. Wangsness, assistant county judge, B lloogestraat, commissioner, R. Wangsness, highway sup't,j. Lewis, commissioner, R. Fawcett, deputy sher- iff, R. Campbell, welfare director, M. Katst, coroner, J. Schweigerdt, auditor. In order to further the students' knowledge of the duties of citizenship, the idea of Government Day was introduced into our school for the first time last year. The students sign petitions, campaign for their can- didate, and elect their own officers in exactly the same fashion as the officers of the town, county, or state are elected. Posters, pep fests, secret party meetings, slogans, and party buttons all add to the fun. of after the primary and general elections, the town and county officials cooperate in teaching the students the duties of their respective offices. learning. Then, ,I ' . r i 1 O O I ,ilg ' 'ffrh if '.. i mfg'-ia., 4 ': 3 i Q l is 0 I XQCVVZQZ Offlll 4.4 Autographs Seemg xs belxevmg Are they real? Hard at work Se e my boot Pm up Fun huh? CCf1IlPCdC7 B li.. M U U t evenly units loyalty The Rustler staff is deeply grateful to the following business places in 'Hiller We ope youll be as loyal to them as they have been to Abbotts Grocery Ben Franklrn Store Brddles Cabms Boren s Machme Shop Botsford Lumber Company Bertschs Servrce Statron Bertsch Prop Paul Burke Attorney ohn P Bushfreld Equrtable Lrfe Assurance Representatrve C N1 Carroll Lawyer Cnty Meat Market Coast to Coast Store Hy C Glessner Owner Coffee Cup Cafe Roger and Velra Kelly Prop Crossman Hatchery Deluxe Cabms Dew Drop Inn DX Servrce Statron Farrmont Foods Company Farmer s Elevator Company Frrst Natronal Bank Furmture Mart Gamble Store Dr R P Glennon Dentrst Graham and Son jewelry Store Green Lantern Cafe Habrcht Department Store Hall s Supply Store Hand County Bank Hand County Gas and Implements Hayes Lucas Lumber Company Herbert A Herdeprrem Attorney at Law C E Hull Insurance and Real Estate Istas Brothers Miller Bakery ones Drug Store W ohnson Department Store Kmdred Garage Nlagness Hotel Nlarshall Wells Store Nhller Nlrller Nlxller Nhller Nhller Nhller 'Shller Nlrller Beauty Shop Community O11 Company Freezmg Plant Rexall Drugs Livestock Auction Company Motor Company Press Produce Murphy s Barber Shop N and W Implement Company Geo W Nrederauer and R E Walker Prop M W Pangburn M Pantry Lunch Parsen s Electrrcal Sales C Penney Company Porters Gas and Applrance Prmcess Theatre Pugh s Flectrrc Quality Cleaners Claud Harrrs Owner Recks Furnrture Store and Funeral Home Red Owl Store Geo P Sexauer and Son Coal Gram and Feed Sllver Grrll S and G I'ood Store S and II Implement Company Standard Servrce Statron Stobbs O11 and Sales Company TrrStare lnsulauon Company Trtus Trotman Implement Company Wrlber s I-eed and Seed Company B llrlkln on O Lergler Motor Company lens and Campbell Locker Each mdrcates the purchase of one annual 1952 Rustler express our We of the Sta f wish thanks to Lee the rllustratrons our book This year Lee has supplred prctures s studio or appearmg rn rs the erghth for Mrller annuals The foregomg rngredrents added rn varred amormts and mrxed rn surroundrngs such as Miller Hugh School offers will undoubtedly produce a all around student If 'ruulbf 4.1 L..-J . . h ' us. 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