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Back row David Mathlson, Stanley Westley, James Jeglum, Harriet Sand,
Dorothy Nordqulst, Ruth Nordquist, Irene Mathison, Mavis Bergjord, Betty Glazier,
and Dorothy Westley Front row Vinton Bruflat, Hildegarde Skage, Bonnie Engen,
Lois Hanna, Mary Quam, Avis Vernlund, Lois Ramynke, Betty Skarloken, Betty Lou
Svennes, and Miss Mary Harkins CAdviserD Last year the Viking Hi Lite received
a first grade rating from the SDHSPA and also from the Quill and Scroll Society
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The Viking staff is composed of the members of the senior class and juniors
who belong to the Quill and Scroll Society.
Standing are: Avis Vernlund, Harriet Sand, Ruth Nordquist, Betty Glazier,
BettyXSkarloken, Mavis Bergjord, Irene Mathison CArt Editori, Miss Mary Harkins
CAdviserJ, Betty Lou Svennes, and Arnold Lovre.
Seated at the table are: Lois Ramynke iEditor in Chiefb, Richard Bjerke
CAssistant Managerj, Eugene Anderson, and Dorothy Nordquist CManagerJ.
Last year 'The Vikingn won a first grade rating in the SDHSPA contest.
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Ole and Olga got a big kick out of the senior class play nThe Big Potatou.
They went to all of the rehearsals and acted as Hstand-insu for Gramp and Mike
when they missed practice. These two characters were played by two members of the
junior class--James Jeglum and Alton Nelson. Olga laughed heartily at Ole when he
played nGrampsn. One day she said, NVell, Ole, I must say you vas some spud .
They both enjoyed the way Gene Anderson played the part of aaron Butterfield
and the way Emma Butterfield Clrene Mathisonl could handle him. orothy Nordquist
as Janie and A. K. Lovre as Tom y made them both laugh and cry. Ole Said he
Halmost popped his buttons offn when Banker Lushbags KRichard Bjerkej, Aunt Sophie
KBetty Skarlokenl, and rich Mrs. Terwilliger CLois Ramynkeb came in dressed n
exaggerated farmer costumes and tried to enter the potato contest. I
NMiss Mary Harkins, de director, and Lois Ramynke, de coach S helpgr. VST
funny side up many times ven dey showed Aaron, Mike, and Grmnps how to act 1 S812
Ole. nThey think we are big stuffu, said A. K. Lovre, this is a Hollywood play.
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The visitors from Norway thought that HBolts and Nutsn, the hilarious junior
class play, was one of the highlights of the year. It was run on November 5 and 4,
and was put on with a double cast so that all class members could participate.
Then Betty Lou Svennes had an appendectomy and was left out of it anyway.
The play centered around Rebecca Bolt !Ruth Nordquistl, a spinster who was
running a sanitarium for mental patients and also hunting for the money that had
been hidden in the house by her deceased brother. Betty Glazier played the part
of Benita Bolt, Rebecca's niece. Avis Vernlund was Lutie Spinks, the maid who
winked, James Jeglum and Lyle Squires alternately played the part of Lawyer Plun-
kett. Alton Nelson as Dadwalleder Clippy, a patient with catphobiag and Percy
Konold as Henry Goober, a negro porter afraid of lunatics, kept the audience
roaring. Harriet Sand was Martha Grubb, the melancholy cook, Ronald Hanna was
Dr. Hippocrates Joy, a would-be psychiatrist. Vinton Bruflat was Twink Starr,
Ben1ta's fiance who pretended to be Julius Caesar. The part of Jack Gordon, a
young interns, was played by Neil Ohman and Duane Vik. Mavis Bergjord was Gertie
Glossop. Best of all, Olga enjoyed seeing Larry Nelson and Bud Thompson, fifth
graders, do the part of Wilber Glossop, Gertie's brat who insisted on having his
cat around and his sling shot handy.
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