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Ten bewildered, green crew members boarded the ship at Port 1946 to
set out upon a new course which they would follow, with brief stops, for
the next four years Our crew consisted of ten members Eugene Glazier,
Eugene Anderson, Donald Berg, Wilford Lovre, Arnold Lovre, Rlchard Bjerke,
Irene Mathison, Dorothy Nordquist, Lois Ramynke, and Betty Skarloken Our
Captain was Supt N N Be g Our lst Mate was Miss Harkins, 2nd Mate,
Mrs Tietge, 5rd Mate, Miss Gertrude Jeglum, and 4th Mate, Mrs W Emerson
Miss Harkins was also our navlgator
After a summers vacatlon the crew members, under the name of Sopho
mores, resumed their course from Port 1947 Three members, Donald Berg,
Eugene Glazier, and Wilford Lovre, did not board ship We had a new cap
tain, Supt H Stallbaum lst and 2nd Mates were Miss Harkins and Mr
Esther lonshaugen Our navigator was Mrs Ronshaugen
As we boarded ship at Port 1948 our crew and officers remained the
was very eventful One important event was the annual banquet held on
board for members who had continued their course through three or four
years As this was the anniversary of the gold rush we chose as our theme
e 49 ers
Knowing that their journey was soon over, the crew members and their
navigator, Mr Stallbaum, grew a bit sorrowful as they boarded the ship at
Port 1949 Our lst Mate was again Miss Harkins and our 2nd Mate was Mr
Warren L Reeves One member d1d not board The crew members to land at
Port 1950 in May are Eugene Anderson, Arnold Lovre, Richard Bjerke, Irene
Mathison, Dorothy Nordquist, Lois Ramynke, and Betty Skarloken
As they bade farewell to the ships' officers, the members of the crew
expressed thelr appreciatlon for their tireless efforts ln guiding the ship
through storms and difficulties to its final port
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same except for the addition of one new member, Marlys Exe. The journey
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PERCY KONOLD ALTON NELSON AVIS VERNLUND VINTON BRUFLAT RONALD HANNA
JAMES JEGLUM DUANE VIK RUTH NORDQUIST LYLE SQUIRES NEIL OHMAN
MAVIS BERGJORD BETTY SVENNES BETTY GLAZIER HARRIET SAND
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