Redfield High School - Pheasant Yearbook (Redfield, SD)
- Class of 1951
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Text from Pages 1 - 64 of the 1951 volume:
REDFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
For servlce a ve an y
1950-51 Pheasant to a man who has served our school for the past s1x years as a better than
average coach and as a fnend
Standmg up agamst the usual cntxclsm of a coach, th1s man has produced several champlon
shlp teams wlth no other reward than the satxsfactlon of domg a good Job We hereby ded1cate
this annual to Mr. Kenneth Greeno our coach
' bo d be ond the call of duty, we, the annual staff, wish to dedicate the
The series of experiences which have been a part
of this eventful school year become living memories
ll you open the pages which follow. All that have
been your school life remembrances are many.
Successes have been frequent! Above all, rubbing
shoulders in a common cause has brought us a finer,
Pheasant Spirit, it has made us bigger and stronger.
May this yearbook be your reminder of a pleasant
school year for 1950-51.
A. P. Sonstegard
I have heard it said, "We must be on the alert.
The enemy is ever on the alert." The theme of our
yearbook supports the idea of watchfulness. Early,
honorable, strong but kind, loyal but good, and ever
ready to fight a good fight of faith. May this book
testify to you that in that kind of living you will
find real joy, satisfaction and glory.
Congratulations and best wishes.
Iver C. Berg
Board of Stroteoy'
Seated, Left to Right: G. M. Cole, President: Ralph
Syverson, and Ollie Myrum. Standing: W. O.
Lothrop, Kenneth Parsons, and Mr. Sonstegard.
Absent: R. W. Willis.
Edith Cole, School Secretary
Enghsh Vocal Mus1c
Blology Assistant Coach
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MARIAN LYLE ROY MORGAN
Home Econonrucs General Sclence Chemxstry
ARVILLAMAE NELSON JEAN PRICE
Enghsh Dramatlcs Commerclal
FLORENCE PUDER WARREN SCHIMNOWSKI
School Nurse Socxal Science Music
MAYO WEISFLOCK LAUREL WINJUM
Left to Rlght Mary H111 B111 Bacon, Kay Schmttgrund, Frank Hoff Joanne Jara
oske, Eugene Littel, Bill Syverson Leroy Stapp Vu'g1n1a Barnes James Carter
ennle Drown Adviser Mr Sonstegard
After a three month furlough the Student Council began 1tS year s work At Halloween time
the Counc1l sponsored its first all-school party another was held th1s Spring Eugene L1tteL as
Presxdent d1d a splendid Job as head of this year s Councll Dur1ng the last s1x weeks a very
as V1ce-pres1dent and Shirley Gavette servmg as Secretary Treasurer W1th the Company m
such hands, we have no worries as to the coming yea.r's events
New othcers Benny Drown Shxrley Gavette Our ever-smlllng Student COUIICI1 Presl
and Gale Flsher dent, Eugene L1tteL
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exciting election was held. As a result we have Benny Drown as the new President, Gale Fisher
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Quiet' I thmk he s gomg to speak.
I hops' all the boys dont get
Chorus 1 2 3 4 Gxrls Glee Club
1 2 3 4 Vocal Ensemble l 2 3
Solo 3 4 Junlor Play Student
Councll 4 Keyettes Nat1onal
It rattles but It runs
Football 3 4 Basketball 1 2
V1SU81A1d 2 3 4
Put your troubles in a pocket with
a hole in it.
Aw! Don t you love me any more?
Football 1 2 3 4' Basketball 1
2 Trackl 2 3 4' R Club3 4'
Chorus 1 2 3 4' Boys Glee Club
1 2 3 4gSolo-4gBand 1,2 3 '
orchestra 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2,
There IS TNT Ln those f1sts!
Boxlng 3 4 Track 4
Dependable IS the Word.
Seruor Play Chorus 1 Boys Glee
Club 1 Declam 3 Keys
I nught not always be rlght but
I m never wrong
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2 3 4 Juruor Play Chorus 1 2
Boys Glee Club 1 2 Student
Councxl 1 3 Pheasant Call 1 2
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On the ladder of 'success h
have a place among the best.
Basketball 4' Keys
After men came women and she s
been after them ever smce.
Junior Play' One Act Play 2'
Girls Glee Club 23 Keyettes' Of-
fice G1rl 3' Alternate Girls State'
Annual Staff 2, 3 43 National
Honor Soc1ety 3, 4.
,mack 2.3: 4:9,,R,, Club 2' 5, 4? Football 1, 2, 3,.4g Baslietballul,
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I dont 11ke to brag folks but I
really am good
Football 3 4 Basketball 2 3
Jun1or Play Band 3 Key Club
There s a Ford 1n h1s future
Basketball 2 Senlor Play A
Chorus 2 3 4 B Chorus 1 Boys
Glee Club l 2 3 4 Band2 3 4
Pep Band 2 3 4 Key Club
VIRGINIA EIDSN ESS
Shes w1se shes pretty shes 1n
love what a p1ty
A Cheerleader 3 B Cheerleader
1 2 3 Dec am 3 Class Presl
dent 1 Keyettes L1brar1an 3
Annual Staff 2 3
Wake me up when the bell rmgs
Come on down and well have a
Senlor Play Keyettes
Ah C8111 t go fellahs a hm broke
Football 3 4 Basketball 3 4
Track 3 4 Boxmg 3 R Club
MARY LOU EDGAR
Very qu1et but of a surmy d1Sp0Sl
Keyettes Usher 3 4
MARY ANN FERGUSON
It s mce to be natural when you re
Jun1or Play B Chorus 1 G1I'lS
brarxan Z 3
A qulet tongue shows a wise
Football 2 3 4 Basketball
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Where can I fmd a gxrl my size?
Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1
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Club 2 3 4 Band 1 Key Club
Class V1ce Presxdent 1 Student
Councll 2 Class Treasurer 4.
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Whats work for some for her IS
slay she knows her lessons every
Jumor Play A Chorus 3 4 GITIS
Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Solo 2 Band
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c estra 1 2 Debate 2 Declam 2
3 Qu1l1 and Scroll Keyettes Gxrls
State Annual Staff 2 Natlonal
Honor Soclety Sec Treasurer of
A qulet boy but qu1te a boy
Boxmg 4 Key Club Natlonal
Lxfe IS short so lets be merry
hfe s no fun ln a cemetery
Semor Play B Chorus 2 Usher
3 4 Keyettes
Hrs frlends are many HIS foes
are there any?
Football 1 3 Boxmg 2 3 4 R
Club 2 3 4 Orchesga 1 Key
Club Vlsual Ald 2 4 Boys
State Natlonal Honor Soclety
Class Representatxve 3 Student
ROBERT MA'I'I'I-IEW S
I hke to stuay m the mornmg but
I always forget to get up
Football 1 2, Basketball 1, 2,
grzck 1, 2, Boxxng 43 "R" Club 2,
Hes runnmg cornpet1t1on wxth
Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3
Track2 3 4 R Club2 3 4
Jumor Play Key Club Usher 4
V1sualA1d 3 4 Boys State Class
Presndent 3 Student Councll
Shes full of amb1t1on and music
Cheerleaderl 2 Semor Play A
Chorus l 2 3 4 G1r1s Glee Club
Pep Band 4 Solo 4 Sextette 4
Not green Rlpe ' '
Football 1 2 3 4 Boxlng 3 4
R Club 3 4 Senlor Play A
Chorus 4 B Chorus 1 Boys Glee
Club 1 3 4 Solo 4 Band l 2
3 4 PepBand12 3 4 Cass
Presxdent 2 Student Counc1l 3
Pheasant Call 1
I favor a flV8 day weekend
A Chorus 2 3 G1I'1S Glee Club 1
2 3 ep Band 1 2 Class Vxce
Preadent 4 Annual staff 2 3
Dont ask foollsh questxons you
know I can t answer them
Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 2
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Boxugg 2, 3:
"R" Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Jumor Play:
One Act Play.
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LA VONNE MILLER
There s a ring on her finger
Senior Class Play Usher
4 Keyettes Librarian 4 Office
G1r13 Annual 1 2 3
One Act Play 2 Chorus 1 2 3
Girls Glee Club 1 2 3 Class
President 4 Keyettes 4 Office
National Honor Society 4
I 11 give you a clue
One Act Play 2 Senior Play
Chorus 1 Declam 3 Keyettes
Office Girl 4 Usher 1 2 3 4
Annual Staff 1 2
No future in worryin .
Football 1' Track 1 3' Visual Aid
Le s have a watermelon fight.
Senior Play, Girls Glee Club 2,
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ettesg Office Girl 2, 33 Librarian
3, 4, Azmual Staff 2, 3, 4.
When work mterferes with love
affairs forget the work
Footballl 2 3 4 Track 1
Lettermens Club 2 3 4
He has a sixth sense common
Football 3 4 Basketball
'I'rack 3 4 Lettermens Club
4 Boys Glee Club 3 4 Soloist 3
4 Keys National I-fonor Society
Im sorry professor but you re
Student Manager 2 3 4 Letter
mens Club 3 4 Jumor Pla
One Act Plays 2 Senior Class
Play Chorus 1 2 3 4. Boys Glee
Club 1 2 3 4' Soloist 2' Band
1 2 3 4' Orchestra l 2 3' Debate
4' Declam 3' Pheasant Call 3 4
Keys' Boys State' Pheasant Staff
A smile for everyone
B Chorus 2' Keyettes' Ushers
Please ladies you re just wasting
Boxing 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 4,
Chorus 1, 23 Boys Glee Club 1, 23
Keys, Visual Aid 1, 2, 3, 4.
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B Chorus 1 2 Band 4 Pep Band
4 Keyettes Usher 2 3
If silence were golden shed be a
Senior Play Keyettes Office
Gxrl 4 Usher 1 2 3
Late hours arent good for one
Cheerleader 2 B Chorus 1 Girls
Glee Club 2 4 Mayorette 2 Class
Secretary 4 Keyettes
Small, but so is a stick of dy-
Footballl 2,3 4'Track2 3 4
Boxing 4' 'R Club 2 3 4' Key
You don t appreciate her until
you get to know her
Girls Glee Club 1, 2 3 Band 1
2, 3 Pep Band 2 3 Keyettes' or-
nee Gil- 3, 4,
A fnend of everyone
B Chorus 1 2 Band 4 Pep Band
4 Keyettes Usher 2 3
Race you to the door
A Cheerleader 2 3 One Act Play
2 A Chorus 1 2 3 Girls Glee
ubl 2 34 Bandl 2
Not tonite fellahs dance
Football 4 Basketball 2 3 4
Track 1 2 3 R Club 4 One
Act Play 2 A Chorus 2 3 4
B Chorus 1 Boys Glee Club 1 2
3 4 Band 2 3 Key Club Visual
A1d 3 4.
I can waste more time in half an
hour than most people can in a
Football 1 2 3 4' Basketball 3
Track 1 2 3' Boxing 3' R Club
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Valedxctorxan Mary H111 Co Salutaionans Eugene L1tte1 Charles Parsons
Top to Bottom: Harley
Hansen, Treasurer, Mary
Lou Newman, Presldent,
Donna Marlow, Vxce
Pres1dent, Shlrley Smlth,
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Front Flow fLeft to Rlghtj Anita Badger Violet Hormann Beverleye Cntes Dorothy Hardle 14015 Hoffman Lucille Jandel
Arlene Gabriel Second Row Adviser Mlss Lyle Darlene Brown Lue Ann Jungwxrth Pat Cunnlngham Shirley Gavetfe
Connie Jessen Gary Blaedorn Gale Fisher Thurd Row Bruce Backer Clifford Hagen Keith Hardle Duane Day Allen Fisher
David Hanson Ronnie Betfen James Carter Bennie Drown Mrs Gotaas Advlser
Squad Leaders Bill Syverson V1cePres1dent Lue Ann
Jungwirth Secretary Treasurer Daelyn Sanger Presldent
Front Row CLeft to Rnghtj Mary Lou Rausch Nlaxlene PG ter Kwthermr Kvllmr Karlene Texxell June Sprague Joan Mather
Bcltv Padnanen Jean Yada Second Row Adxl CI M1 s lvl on I nhfu a Icc-sch Ruth Nllllfl Anna Mae NlCklSCh Juan IX C
Carlv Jean Ruhc Pcrnqdlne Pfnstcr 'Vlirlon gttllllll XX lnm kr nnu .Im an Klothm Bob Van Xlut Thnrd Row B111 Syxerson
Marxm Marlette Mllton Maxdnn .Hines Younpxnth Groxgg Lgnsen Daelyn 5dng,Lr Arnold Larsen Jack Larsen Gordon
Muellenbexg Adviser Ml Buvk
Front Row fLeft to Rightj: Nonnan Johnsen Jeraldine Clark Karen Jackson Maxine Appel Irene Heppler Berwyn Crook
Delvin Ellis Joan Einspahr. Second Row: Adviser Mr. M. Weisflock' Elizabeth Jensen, Darlene Boyd, Donna I-lllkemeier
Marilyn Badger, Sally Afdahl, Arline Ferguson Diane Guile, Norma Haskell Imajean Heppler. Third Row: Darlyce Johnson
Marvel Fitzgerald Marlene Friese Donna Herren Shirley Freeburg, Nadine Esser, Herbert Afdahl David Esser, Jesse Hansen
Larry Appletoft Larry Dennison. Fourth Row: Wayne Jensen, Roger Ferguson Wesley Clark, Wayne Fisher Kenneth Blnger,
Gordon Johanneson Charles Hill, Duane Hoffman John Bottum, Roger Dubois Delbert Boyd Comellus 'Fink' Adviser Mr.
Squad Leaders fLeft to Rnghtj Vice President, Merle
Muellenberg Secretary Treasurer Betty Norbeck Presi
dent Robert Newmar-
Front Row fLeft to Rughtj Beverly McKay Lois Noy June Wall Madonna Llttel Marlis Newman Donnne Prmdle Shirley
Schwartz, Betty Norbeck Vxrgie Reihe Beverly Jorgenson Dons Mommer Colleen Mxchels Second Row Adviser M1ss L
Wlmum Delbert Weiss Mary Ann Zens Darlene Orrock Verna Oechsle Sharol Olson Lydia Wllhelm Doris Vetter Marjorie
Lee-sch Kay Schruttgrund Phyllis Leonard Manorle Stemper Valerla Marlette Leota Stemper Third Row Richard Mueller
Gene Maher Merle Muellenberg Robert Newman James Jungwirth Duane Richmond Ray Schoenlield Reinhold Magel-
Gllbert Watson Jack McDermott Fordyce Yada Roger Sanger Adviser, Mrss E Crouch
First Row fLeft to Righty Donald Gommer Roger Herkdle LeRoy Gardner Joyce Gabriel Jean Halder DaVonna Klebsch
Norma Davis Bonnie Blaedom Jerry Hardie Terry Gxlbert Second Row Jack Enstrom Duane Chrlstman Roberta Albrecht
Darlene Hoffman Shlrlee Goodell Mary Ann Clausen Phyllxs Koester Patty Day Dallas Fogelsong LaDel Hart Merilss
Fitzgerald Third Row Richard Carrlco Donna Blume Janet Grllette Mary Hxnzel Gale Hagen Donald Hansen, Henry
Gibson, Bill Bacon, Bill Badger Lyle Gardner, Lonme Fzsher Dons Ehnch Adviser Mr Sclnmnowski
Squad Leaders Janet Gillette Vice President Don Han
sen, President and Joyce Myrum Secretary Treasurer
Flrtt Row QLeft to Rughtl Gale Mord, Joyce Myrum, Faye Snyder, Emma Lee Myers, Marlene Taylor, Shirley Zens, Beverly
Tubandt, Beverly Rausch, Maxine Sumner, Joan Mason, Lyle Paske Second Row Dons Oechsle, Valeria Mager, Barbara Rice,
Sandra Motley, Joan Sprague, Virg1e Slsson, Jerry Ruddy, Mavrs Thomas, Shu-ley Matthews, Charles Van Vleet Thard Row.
George Welkum, Manly Olsby, Roy Myer, Reuben Miller, Conrad Stemer, Charles Rhelms, Bob Williams, Allen Maddox,
Rodney Manz, Dennis Relnmuth, Lyle Wxlbelm Standing ln back, Adviser, Mr Morgan
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First Row lLeft to Rightl: Bennie Drown, Marvin Marlette, Gordon Muellenberg, Bob Anderson,
Bob Van Vleet, David Esser, Bill Syverson, LeRoy Stapp, Gary Weiss. Second Row: Bob Clark,
Marvin Newman, Lyle Michels, Roger Denker, Ronald Day, Edward Buchholz, James Carter, Allen
Fisher, Marlan Stahl, Roger Ferguson. Third Row: Gordon Larsen, Forrest Gibson, Max Downs,
Frank Hoff, Harley Hansen, Alfred Noren, Ronald Betten, Gilbert Watson, Gordon Larson.
Football Co-Captains: LeRoy Stapp, Gary
These five tough looking individuals are: Gary Weiss, Marvin Newman, Roger Denker, Bob Clark,
Redfield B Wess Springs B
First Row lLefi to High!! Wayne Fisher Roger Ferguson Marlen Brown Merten Pfister Gale
Ha en Wesley Clark B111 Bacon Don Hansen Jack Larsen John Bottum Second Row Mr Hoshor
Jac McDermott Bob Newman Delbert Weiss Roger DuBo1s Duane Day Duane Hoffman Cliffo
Hagen Mr Kempf Third Row Gordon Gavin Norman Wall Gene Mahar Merle Muellenberg,
Denms Reinmuth, Reuben Miller Lonnie Fisher Marlen Sterud John Blackburn.
The Redf1eld High School football season was successful because of the excellent
teamwork the Pheasants showed With this continued playing Webster beat the Golden
Pheasants only by a slight margin but everybody felt defeated as this was our Home-
Highest score of the year was Lyle Michels with 75 points Bob Anderson followed
with 44 points Harley Hansen and Roger Denker respectively had 31 and 25 pomts
B Football Schedule
Wess Springs B
A Football Schedule
Wess. Springs --
The first football game of the
year was between Redfield and
Wessington Springs. Here we
caught a picture of Coach
Greeno with his brother, Rolly,
who coaches the 'Wessington
Awid football fans at one of our
home games are Cleft to Tlghtl
Dr Perrw M1 and Mrs Sjodin
and Laurel Winjum Must be
something going on out there'
Mr Schimnowski had charge
of the PA system for all foot
ball games Here We see Paul
Baxter Mr Schimnowski and
Daelyn Sanger holding down the
broadcasting booth w1th two
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Left to Right Benme Drown B111 Syverson Jack McDermott Gllbert Watson Forrest Glbson Alfred Noren
Harley Hansen Max Downs Ronnle Betten Roger Denker Bob Clark Marlan Stahl
The Pheasants had an up and down season but showed unusual sklll 1n marupulatlng
They won the D1Stf1Ct Tournament at Conde by defeatlng Mellette 85 35 and came
w1th1n elght po1nts of w1nn1ng the Regwnal Tournament at Hlghmore Our opponent
by the way was Harrold who took the State Tournament
Redfleld lost 7 out of 23 games and ended the year w1th an average of 52 pomts per
game The average of all our opponents was 42
Basketball Co Capiains for the year
Roger Denker and Harley Hansen
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Loft to Right: Dennis Reinmuth, Lonnie Fisher, Marlan Sterud, David Esser, Roger Ferguson, Jack McDer-
mott, James Carter, Donald Hansen, Bill Bacon, Wayne Fisher, John Bottum, Milton Mayden, Coach Kempf.
"B" Basketball Schedule
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Redfield B's were the 1950-51 Northeast B
Champs with an undefeated season of 6 wins
and no losses.
Redfield B's ended in fifth place in the Sun-
shine conference standings with a 3-5 record
for a .375 percentage.
With the experience these players gained
this year, many of them will be able to ade-
quately replace the seniors of the A team.
gives a word of
advice to his
"Ag" B.B. team.
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First How lLeft to Rlghtl Charles H111 Gordon Larson Robert Matthews Dxck Jackson Daryl Schultz
Eugene Llttel B111 Bacon Second Row Denms Remmuth Charles Van Vleet Gordon Muellenberg Gene
Maher Roger Appel Berwyn Crook Delbert Welss Reuben M111er Dallas Fogelsong Ga11 Fxsher Coach
Boxmg was the same as usual a httle messy For those who could stand to watch,
they were glven excellent performances Congrats to you boxers who have to take such
a beating whether you w1n or lose
At the r1ght are the two Co Captams, Roger
Appel and Eugene L1tte1
At the left, Roger Appel takes a punch at
one of h1s many defeated opponents.
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ggxagiogulgiftlio Sight! Cornellus F1r1k B111 Syverson Robert Van Vleet Roger Appel Eugene Llttel,
o z arles Parsons Benme Drown Coach Greeno Second Row Dav1d Esser Duane Day
Marlan Stahl Marvm Newman Ronald Day Roger Denker Daryl Schultz Gordon Larsen Bob Clark.
Third Row Gordon Mullenberg Delbert Boyd George Larson Forrest G1bson Alfred Noren Harley Han
iglttllim Downs Ronnie Betten Allen Flsher Marvm Marlette Gllbert Watson Milton Mayden Robert
The Lettermens Club 1S composed of boys who have lettered ln any one of the
varlous athletlcs 1n whlch they competed Thls year the lettermen sold enclls
wlth the basketball schedule prlnted on them These were a favorlte among the
students Also th b d
e oys serve as ushers at the basketball tournaments th1s was done
as a courtesy to the v1s1tors Headlng the Lettermens Club were Alfred Noren
Presldent Forrest G1bSOH VICE Presldent and Roger Denker Secretary Treasurer
Plctured at the left IS Chuck Par
sons who has been Student Manager
for the past three years We feel that
lt 1S about t1me he was glven a l1ttle
recog'n1t1on for h1s deeds Chuck
has not only helped the boys at the
varlous games, but he has kept the
equlpment ln shape and ready to go
for the next season So we feel that
"Chuck" deserves a Good Conduct
Medal for hlS servlce
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Declam Students - Seated. left to right: Dorothy Hardie, Katherine Keller, Gale Fisher, Shirley Gavette,
Ruth Miller. Standing. left to right: Jean Yada, Jerry Ruddy, Darlene Hoffman, Doris Ehrich, Juan Mc-
Carty, David Hanson, James Carter, Bernadine Pfister, Lois Hoffman, Lue Ann Jungwirth, Marlene Pfister.
The pro's and con's of "Should America
Reject the Welfare State" were heatedly
argued most of the season by debaters. For
most of them this was a new experience, but
after nightly sessions and study hall periods
they Won the district and regional tourna-
ments. To keep things from getting too dull,
they were snowbound for a day in Mitchell.
Miss Nelson, as coach, patiently bore with the
debaters all through the season.
As November 15 drew near, Miss Nelson
began to sigh, despairing over unlearned
declamations, because that fatal date marked
the evening of the home declamation contest.
The students in the contest got up with chat-
tering teeth and shaking knees to deliver
their selections. The winners, Shirley
Gavette, Gale Fisher, Dorothy Hardie and
Ruth Miller, accompanied by Miss Nelson and
the rest of the class, went to N orthville, where
the district contest was held. Red.field's con-
testants all received third place honors.
Seated. left to right: James Carter, Virgie Sisson, Jean Haider, Marjorie Leesch, Joan Sprague, Ruth Miller.
Standing, loft to right: Dennis Reinmuth, Jack Enstrom, Charles Parsons, Gale Fisher, Wayne Fisher, Jack
McDermott, Bennie Drown, Miss Nelson.
Seated tLefi to Rxghil Janet G1llette Phyllls Koester Jerry Ruddy Marvel Fltzgerald Bob Clark,
Mary H1ll Marlon Seeman Shlrley Gavette Beverleye Crltes Conn1eJessen Second Row Colleen
M1chels Maxme Sumner Beverly Rausch MCFUSS F1tzgerald Dlane Gu1le Roberta Albrecht Faye
Snyder Emmalee Myers Norma Haskell Sally Afdahl Nadlne Esser Mary Ann Zens Third Row
Darlyce Johnson Sh1rley Freeberg Betty Norbeck Mary Hlrtzel Marjorle Leesch G1lbert Watson,
Arnold Larsen Arlene Ferguson B111 Syverson Jack McDermott Gale F1sher Charles Parsons
Top ed1tor1al pos1t1ons on the Pheasant Call are usually ap-
pomted on the baS1S of a year s experlence Ed1tor 1n Ch1ef tlus year
was Mary H111 news edltors were Marlon Seeman and Marvel Fltz
gerald feature edltor was Shlrley Gavette and sports edltor was
The Pheasant Call dates back to 1928 for ltS beglnnmg and has
a perfect record of not rrussmg an ISSUE The goal for staffers IS to
rece1ve memberslup ln the Qulll and Scroll Soctety Four Jumors
and one sen1or were accepted th1s year
The S D H S P A DlStrlCt meet1ng held 111 Conde was attended
by Marlon Seeman Conme J essen Beverleye Crltes and Shlrley
Gavette They secured many helpful hlnts and were entertamed
w1th two mov1es Next years meet1ng w1ll be held 111 Bath, and
attendlng w1l1 be Jumors of the Pheasant Call
, JESSAMINE COOLIDGE
Year after year each Fresh-
man Class each Pheasant Call
Staff each student in English
I each seeker in the library
each co-worker on the faculty
has found ein you a willing
adviser an enthusiastic helper
and a generous friend.
Clarinet: Charles Parsons, Mary Hill, Bernadine Pfister, Darlene Brown, Joanne Jaragoske, Joan Shaffer,
Betty Jane Paananen, Roberta Albrecht, David Sonstegard, Beverly McKay, Terry Ann 'I11eber, Diane Guile.
Horn: Marilcfn Schultz, Marion Schultz, Shirley Matthews, Elizabeth Jensen. Saxophone: Mary Hirtzel, Bev-
erly Tuban t, Donald Gommer, Norma Haskell, Mary Lou Rausch. Corners: Gordon Johanneson, Charles
Hill, Dennis Reinmuth, Kenneth Binger, Gordon Gavin, Bruce Backer, Gary Holman, Patty Day. Tuba:
Duane Hoffman, Donald Hansen. Baritone: Gordon Larson, Lyle Wilhelm, Bill Syverson. Trombone: Ron-
nie Dagi Jack Enstrom, George Norbeck, Barbara Leesch. Cymbals: Darlyce Johnson. Drums: Dale Drown,
Joyce yrum, Kay Schnittgrund, Marjorie Leesch. Band Director. Mr. Mayo Weisflock.
COMPANY MAJ ORE'I'I'ES
Left to Right: Marlene Taylor,
Jerry Ruddy, Lois Hoffman, Janet
Gillette, Faye Snyder Maxine
Pep Band and Ensembles
Fust Row iLeft io Rxghil Davxd Sonstegard Joanne Jaragoske Darlene Brown Mary H111, Patty
Day Dennls Re1nmuth Charles H111 Gordon Johanneson Second Row Mary H1rtzeL Beverly
Tubandt Shrrley Matthews Betty Jensen Manlyn Schultz Marlon Schultz Darlyce Johnson Joyce
Myrum Thud Row Lyle Wxlhelm Gordon Larson Duane Hoffman Romue Day Jack Enstrom
George Norbeck Barbara Leesch Dale Drown.
Seated CLeft to Rxghtl Gary Hol
man Patty Day George Norbeck.
Siandmg Gordon Larson Duane
Hoffman Betty Jensen
Trombone Quartet A
Left io Right: Ronald Day, Jack
Enstrom, Barbara Leesch, George
Fu-si Row lLeft io Rxghtl Beverly McKay Lols Noy Marxlyn Badger Shlrley Schwartz Vlfgle Szsson, Betty
Norbeck Dorxs Ehrxch Faye Snyder Beverly Tubandt Joanne Jaragoske Joyce Myrum V1rg1n1a Barnes
Betty Jane Paananen Maxme Sumner Second Row Emma Lee Myers Madonna L1tte1, Lydia Wllhelm
Mary Hlrtzel Kay Schmttgrund Shlrley Gavette Mary H111 Janet Glllette Pat Cunnmgham Juan McCarty
Drown B111 Syverson Marlan Stahl Bob Wxlllams Duane Day Dale Drovsm Gordon Larsen Ray Schoen
fleld James Carter Jack Enstrom Dennls Remmuth Donald Gommer Manly Olsb Fourih Row Ronme
Day Charles Parsons Davld Hanson George Larsen Charles H111 Alfred Noren mold Larsen Harley
Hansen Gordon Johanneson Ronnle Betten Donald Hansen, Jack McDermott, Bob Newman Lonrue Flsher
ThlS year the A Chorus presented a very beautlful Chr1stmas program The
stage scene was made up of angels, shepherds Mary and Joseph Superb hghtmg
effects added to the beauty of the presentatlon
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R h M Sch owski Donald Gommer Robert Newman Jack Enstrom, B111 Syverson,
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Duane Day Davxd Hanson Charles H111 Plamst Beverly McKay Second Row Manly Olsby Lonnle Flsher
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Donald Hansen Jack Larsen Marlen Stahl Ronald Day Charles Parsons or on a se ry
Thud Row Denn1s Remmuth James Carter Jack McDermott Dale Drown Bennle Drown Bob Wllhams
George Larsen Arnold Larsen Fourth Row Ray Schoenfxeld Gordon Johanneson Alfred Noren, Harley
Hansen Ronme Betten
Due to the fact that the negatlve of the Glrls Glee Club plc
to g1ve you one
Left io Right Madonna Lxttel, Shlrlei Freeburg Barbara
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Fxrst Row lLeft to Rxghtl Beverly Rausch Joan Emspahr Colleen M1Ch91S Karen Jackson MarJor1e Stem
per Devonna Klebsch Leota Stemper Dor1s Momrner Second Row Joan Mason Shxrlee Goodell Donna
Blume Shlrley Matthews Joan Sprague Mavls Thomas Jean Halder Instructor Mr Schunnowskl Thurd
Row Gall Mord Mary Ann Zens Nadlne Esser Ruth M1ller Donna Herren Norma Haskell MEITISS Fxtz
gerald Dor1s Vetter Reuben M1ller Fourth Row Herbert Afdahl Jerry Ruddy Sandra Motley Phyllls Koe
ster Sharol Olson Drane Guxle Jera1d1ne Clark M3.f1lS Newman Roger Du Bols
Solo1sts Joanne Jaragoske
Alfred Noren and Vlfglnla
Barnes all recelved F1rst Place
honors 1n the Reg1onal MUSIC
M1ss Crouch IS the person who
IS to be glven the credlt for
produc1ng such a fme chorus
and glee club
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Look no legs' Here are the cheerleaders who kept the A games
peppy and cheered the boys on to v1ctory They are left to
rlght Sally Afdahl Juan McCarty Kay Schmttgrund Mar11yn
Badger Dorr1ne Prmdle Below are the cheerleaders who led
the B game cheermg fans They are Beverly McKay Dor1s
Ehr1ch Vlfgle Srsson Bemadme Pf1ster Lucrlle Jandel
Grade School Gfflce G1rls
Sealed lLeft to Rxghtj Emma Lee
Meyers Arlene Larson Mary Lou
Edgar Mona Oechsle La Vonne
Miller Dor1s Oechsle Mary Ann
Zens Siandm Anna Mae
NlCk1SCh Verna gechsle Mertxss
Fltigerald Valerle Marlette Mar
11s Newman Beverly Jorgensen
Hioh School Gffice Girls
Seated lLefi to Rxghtl Nadine
Esser Jean Klothe Conme
Jessen Marlon Seeman Shlr
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lene Tewell Marlene Pflster
Katherlne Keller Marvel FltZ
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Seated QLeft io Rxghtlz Juan Mc
Carty, Mona Oechsle Standmgz
Lue Ann J ungwlrth, Pat Cunnlng
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Seated fLeft to Righty: Joanne Jaragoske, Pat Cunningham, Lue Ann Jungwirth, Lois Noy. Front Row: Lucille Jandel, June
Wall, Nadine Esser, Shirley Freeburg, Mary Ann Zens, Beverly Jorgenson, Maxine Sumner, Joan Mason, Arlene Gabriel,
Shirley Zens, Beverly Rausch, Joan Einsphar, Jean Yada, Leota Stemper, Jean Haidcr. Second Row: Juan McCarty, Madonna
Littel, Marlys Newman, Jean Reihe, Donna Hilkemeier, Dorrine Prindle, Beverleye Crites, Wilma Keamey, Ruth Miller, Irene
Heppler, Virgie Sisson, Shirley Matthews, Karen Jackson, Patty Day, Dorothy Hardie, Joyce Gabriel, Emmalee Myers, Faye
Snyder, Joan Sprague, Shirley Gavette. Third Row: Miss Lyle, Valerie Marlette, Marjorie Stemper, Sharol Olson, Colleen
Michels, Doris Mommer, Marlene Taylor, Roberta Albrecht, Darlene Hoffman, Jerry Ruddy, Imajean Heppler, Virgie Relhe,
Norma Haskell, Phyllis Leonard, Valeria Mager, Barbara Rice, Norma Davis, Connie Jessen. Fourth Row: Karlene Tewell,
Barbara Leesch, Marvel Fitzgerald, Darlyce Johnson, Doris Ehrich, Darlene Boyd, Virginia Eidsness, Marion Seeman, Bemadine
Pfister, Marjorie Leesch, Jeraldine Clark, Phyllis Koester, Donna Blume, Arlene Ferguson, Sandra Motley, Shirlee Goodell,
Beverly Tubandt, Mertlss Fitzgerald, Joan Mather, Lois Hoffman.
i The Home'Ec .Club was a newly estab- The F.F.A. Club, under the direction of
lished organization this year, but never- Mr. Larsen, was again a very active one.
theless much was accomplished. Many They attended various judging meets and
parties were held from the cornbmed agriculture meetings and brought home
efforts of the Home Ec Club and the their share of "blue ribbons."
F. F. A. CLUB
Front Row fLeft to Righty: Lyle Paske, Bob Van Vleet, Reuben Miller, Eugene Littel, Rodney Manz, Ladell Harr, Jerry Hardy,
Berwyn Cnook, Delvin Ellis. Second Row: Larry Dennison, Wayne Jensen, Roger Sanger, Paul Baxter, Norman Johnsen, David
Esser, Dallas Fogelsong, Bruce Backer, Keith Hardy, Gordon Muellenberg, Charles Van Vleet. Third Row: Cornelius Fink.
Roger Appel Gene Mahar M l M ll '
, I , er e ue enberg, Dale Drown, Bud Yada, Allan Maddox, Marvin Newman, Daryl Schultz, Marvin
ggette, Gale Hagen, Bill Badger. Fourth Row:. Mr. Larson, Delbert Boyd, Eddie Buchholz, Duane Hoffman, Duane Richmond
ord Hagen, John Bottum, Daelyn Sanger, Roger Du Bois, Henry Gibson, Dick Jackson, Wallace Anderson, Marlan Stahl:
Warren Rice, James Youngwirth.
Standmg lLeft io Rxghtl Mr Buck Robert Van Vleet Marlan Stahl Kenneth Blnger Daelyn Sanger
Arnold Larsen Rlchard Mueller Edward Buchholz Mr Larson Daryl Schultz Seated Roger Hekerdle
Manly Olsby Eugene Llttel
At the begmnmg of the year, Mr Buck
started to show some boys how to operate the
mov1e projector After a short apprentlce
sh1p these boys were ready to solo wrth the
mach1ne and courageously passed thexr flrst
movles w1th flymg colors plus Just a few
blackouts The operators gave up therr study
halls at varlous lntervals to brmg Joy to the1r
the f1ne Job they d1d Maybe somet1mes they
have trouble but after all there are a lot of
buttons on that pecul1ar mach1ne
An lrnportant part of the act1v1t1es of Red
freld Hlgh School 1S the D1str1but1ve Educa
tlon class whlch IS sponsored by Mr Ber
The students enrolled rn th1s class are grven
1nformat1on pertammg to salesmanshrp and
reta11 bus1ness operamon Each day one hour
IS spent 111 class and three hours are spent
dorng practxcal work 111 some Redfleld bus
Front Row lLeft to Rlghtl Shrrley Smlth Joan Shaffer Vlfglnla Barnes Betty Schwartz Arlene Larson.
Second Row Darlene Zens Mona Oechsle Marlon Schu1t7 Elma Hagen Maryann Ferguson Marllyn Schultz
Vrrglma Eldsness Barbara Dawson Thud Row Mary Lou Edgar Ed1t.h Roberts Robert Matthews Gordon
Larsen Max Downs Robert Clark Mary Lou Newman Donna Marlow Mr Berg
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Conme Jessen Shlrley
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Front Row KLefi to Riglul: Virginia Barnes, Joanne Jaragoske, Mar Hill, Barbara Dawson, Arlene Larson.
Second Row: Joan Shaffer, Shirley Smith, Elma Hagen, Maryann Fserguson, Mary Lou Newman, Marilyn
Schultz. Third Row: Edith Roberts, Mary Lou Edgar, Darlene Zens, Rita Schade, Mona Oechsle,-Virginia
Eidsness, Donna Marlow, Betty Schwartz, Marion Schultz. Advisers: Jean Ann Price and Jean Allison.
The Senior Girls of Redfield High School
organize every year to form the Keyette
Club. The Keyettes this year organized and
began holding monthly meetings, headed by
their President, Joanne Jaragoske. The
Keyettes are sponsored by the Business and
Professional Women's Club of Redfield.
The Key Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis
Club of Redfield, was very active this year
under the guidance of the boys' president,
Eugene Littel. During the year the Keys
were called upon to perform many tasks,
which they finished with success. Mr. Mor-
gan, the Key Club adviser, can be given much
credit for the success of the Key Club.
Front Row QLeft to Rightl: Dale Drovsm, Paul Baxter, Eugene Littel, Robert Denker, Robert Clark, Harley
Hansen. Second Row: Paul Cukurs, Marlan Stahl, Alf Noren, Richard Jackson, Forrest Gibson, Daryl
Schultz, Charles Parsons, Max Downs, and Mr. Morgan.
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Joanne and Flower Girls.
Front Row iLeft to Rxghtl Flower Gxrls and Crown Bearers Second
How Attendants Eugene L1ttel Vlfglnla Erdsness Barbara Dawson
Mary Lou Newman V1rg1n1a Barnes Third Row Harley Hansen
Frank Hoff LeRoy Stapp
Homecommg whlch xs one of the ilrst act1v1t1es 1n the school season started out with
stowed upon Joanne Jaragoske and Roger Denker
Followmg the coronat1on the cheerleaders took over 1n leadmg the assembly m some
roof ra1s1ng yells Such cheerlng IS yet to be heard
The followmg day dawned a wmdy sunny day but everyone was all ln the Splflt of
decoratmg floats and makmg the day a success The parade rolled off exactly at 2 00 and
was a colorful array of floats everyone felt that they had ach1eved a very successful
After the hubbub of the parade everyone went home to 3W3lt the evenmgs game
auth this Webster Bearcats ln whlch to everyones dlsappomtment, the Pheasants were
What IS a better way to end a gala affan' than to dr1ve out to the pavlhon for an
evemng of engoyable musxc by Lynn Dorseys bana'
the beautiful ceremony of the king and queen coronation. This year the honor was be-
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Seated., lei! 1 ' ht: Gail Fisher, Bernadine Pfister, Marion Seeman,
Connie Jesseg,rBi11 Syverson, and Bennie Drown. Standing: Duane
Da , Dael Sanger, Lue Ann Jungwirth, Jean Klothe, Katherine
Keller. anX1Shir1ey Gavette.
On the night of October 9, the Junior class presented "The Custer's Last Stand," directed by
Miss Lyle and Mr. Morgan. In the production, Bill Syverson and Bennie Drown find out that at
the cost of a little excitement they might lose their two newly found friends, Connie Jessen and
Others on the cast were Daelyn Sanger and Katherine Keller, Ernogene Custer, Lue Ann
Jungwirthg Esther Custer, Bernadine Pfisterg Terence Van Ayrsdale, Duane Dayg Lavinica and
Lavernia Platt, Shirley Gavette and Jean Klotheg and Georgy Little Bear, Gale Fisher.
The play cast looks a
little more human
without all the grease
paint and such.
Loft to Right: Arnold Larsen, .George Larsen, Pat Cunningham,
MBILXLOU Rausch, Beverleye Crltes, Jean Yada, Joan Mather, Lois
Hof an, James Carter, Bob Van Vleet.
Above Gale Flsher and B111 Syverson are seen croomng to the crowd Left Even 1f Mary H111 does
look sleepy she 18 workmg very hard on the decoratlons Rxght The Sen1or glrls m all d1fferent
POSIUOIIS are colonng the background for the prom
The Senxor g1I'1S worked very hard to add to the success
of the Act1v1ty Prom The theme was Harbor Llghts,
On one wall you could see the sllhouette of the great clty of
Even lf It was snowlng the mght of the Prom everyone
had a wonderful tune dancmg to the muslc of Lynn Dorsey
and Ins orchestra
Everyone had such a ood tune that no one remembered
to take any plctures for time annual so consequently all we
can show you 18 the work that went mto the makmg of the
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Left to Right Eugene Llttel Barbara Dawson
Charles Parsons Mary H111 Alfred Noren Mary Lou Newman R1Ch8Td Jackson
The Qulll and Scroll IS an orgamzatxon for
the students who have won recogmtlon 111
Journahsm These are the students who
break the1r backs trylng to get that one and
only Pheasant Call out on tune The Qulll
and Scroll IS a natxonal orgamzatlon there-
fore, lt 1S a great honor to become one of 1ts
few honored members Membership 1n this
orgamzatlon 1S hunted that IS why only the
ones who work the hardest become members
of the Quill and Scroll
Character Leadership SCh012.I'Sh1p and
Servlce are the vlrtues stressed for member
ship 1n the Nat1ona1 Honor Soc1ety The So-
ciety this year started to prmt a student hand
book but due to the lack of trme It was not
completed On May 16.there were f1VE mem
bers of the J un1or class lllltlated into the
Redfield Chapter of the National Honor So-
c1ety They were Lue Ann Jungwuth Betty
Jane Paananen Ruth Miller, Benny Drown
and Daelyn Sanger
QUILL AND SCROLL-Left to Right Marxan Seeman Conme Jessen Shlrley Gavette Mary H111
Charles Parsons Beverleye Crxtes
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Here we see Student Council mem-
ber LeRoy Stapp making a tremend-
ous sale to Robert Clark.
Who could pose for a better picture
than our future members of the P. X.,
the eighth graders?
The Youth Center is a place where
one sees a great many Redfield High
and Jr. High students two nights out
of the week. Dancing, ping pong, and
checkers are the three most-liked
At the left we see two fellow class-
mates battling a checker game out to
Ping Pong, one of the favorite sports,
is being played here by Clifford
Hagen and an unseen opponent.
Week end Pass
Above Daelyn Sanger Toast
master grves out vnth one of
h1S Jokes Whxle B111 Syverson
1I'1V6St1g3.t9S a b1te
Rlght Mees and what a ter
r1f1c rneal It was'
Bglow Eugene Lmttel gnes
the Semor reaponse MISS
Crouch and Joanne Jaragoske
on erther slde of Gene
Tumor Semor Banquet and Prom
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CLASS MOTTO Each
tune 1n l1fe comes but
once make the most of It
Above 1Left to Rightl Attendants
Eugene L1ttel and Mary H111 Klng
Lel-toy Stapp and Queen Gmny E1ds
ness head the Grand March
Left Betty Paananen and Ronme Day
dance to the hltmq strams of the Lynn
Dorsey Orchestra She would have
sm11ed had she seen Chuck 1n txme
Below 1V11ss 1Jr1ce and Mr Holland
seern to be enjoylng themselves for
a couple of old sold1ers
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Seated on the floor are Lavonne Mlller and Arlene Larson On the davenport are Mona Oechsle Paul Baxter
Joanne Jaragoske Charles Parsons Elma Hagen, and Dale Drown Standmg m back are Alf Noren Gor
don Larsen Rlta Schade and Betty Schwartz
Lower left Lavonne and Arlene are trylng to see 1f they can plck up some pomters from a book on How
to Get Your Man that Betty has been usmg
Lower rxght Alf IS trymg to persuade the Sm1ths 1nto selhng the Old Rellable to h1s company for a
cons1derable amount of money
The Sen1or Play L1fe Wlth Mama was presented on May 22 Papa Smlth fCharles Parsonsl
was havmg trouble w1th a competmg cha1n store Mama Uoanne Jaragoskej was w1Ll1ng to help
but Papa dxdn t want her to So she went to Harry Hammond the local banker lPau1 Baxterj,
who 1nc1denta11y was her old beau and asked hun for a loan Hammond was wllhng to g1ve the
loan unt11 he and Papa got 1nto a f1ght over a sh1rt But the day 1S saved when Hammond wants
to buy some of the patent med1c1ne that Nancy the Sm1ths daughter CLaVonne M1llerJ and
Ramona fArlene Larsenl have mvented Kane Jerome fAlf Norenj a representatlve of another
cha1n drug company wants the locatxon of the Sm1ths store and 1S w1ll1ng to pa hlghly for It
It IS a good play w1th a touch of romance between the Sm1ths daughter L1ndafElYma Hagenj and
the Hammonds son fDale Drownj who elope 1n the end Also the pollceman QGordon Larsenj
and the Sm1ths boarder fR1ta Schadej
Medals of Honor
1 Harley Hansen recerves the Paul Schleher award It 1S bemg presented by Mrs Schle
her 2 Here we see Mr Sonstegard presentmg the Valedrctorran and Salutatorlan awards
3 MISS Wrnjurn presentmg the cheerleadrng awards 4 Barbara Leesch and Valerre
Marlette are seen recervrng the1r awards for havmg thelr poems pubhshed 5 Thrs long
string of R.H.S. boys is not the line-up"it is Coach Greeno presenting the athletlc
awards. 6. Mrs. Forsyth is presenting the B.P.W. award to Lue Ann Jungwirth.
Fifteen minutes to go, and
everyone .is waitmg anxlously
for the big moment.
Miss Allison guts a collar on
Maryann's ro e while Arlene
Daelyn Sanger and Shirley
Gavette lead the seniors on
their last trip into the audi-
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