Toronto High School - Viking Yearbook (Toronto, SD)
- Class of 1956
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S53 - 1956
Toronto High School - Toronto, South Dakota
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try IU the Parade of Talent
Last year's princess, Eilene
Martinson, ascends the
throne to crown her suc-
Diann Lunden Plays the
The novelty stand proves
a popular concession at the
Gary Thomas provides gay
music on his trombone for
t h e c o 1 o r ful festivities.
Mrs. Howard Bruflat is at
The Funtennial if
As students of Toronto Public Schools, we
are given access to many things: Work, which
consequently leads to wisdom and knowledgeg
fun, derieved from diverse sources, basket-
ball games, class plays, music programs. And
the main feature of all, the all-school Fun-
tennial. which gives access to both work and
Weeks ofintense planning goes into each
Funtennial. Royalty tickets must be made,
novelties bought and booths set up. Many
emotions are involved in the fun-fest. First
anticipation, then joy, triumph, and happi-
ness for the students chosen to reign over the
festivities . . . Excitement andjubilation for
the spectators, and contentment over the suc-
cess of the jubilee by the faculty and stu-
Follow us now to the land of glee, ex-
citement and magic as we reminisce through
the '55-56 school year of work and pleasure
which was headlined by the Toronto Public
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We Dedicate W
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Because of the important role he has played in school functions, and in the life of every student of Toron-
to Public School, we proudly dedicate the 1956 Viking to Superintendent Archie Hill.
Superintendent Hill's ingenuity is behind every school activity and it is his acuteness and zeal which en-
ables Toronto to gain the distinct honors awarded it in the three years he has been with us.
Every student of Toronto is in some way indebted to this admirable teacher. He performs each deed for
his pupils in such a manner that they often pass unobserved and the due recognition is not received.
With this in mind and with the deepest gratitude and admiration, we dedicate this yearbook to Superin-
ARCI-IIE N. HILL, Superintendent ELEANOR PRZYMUS, Principal
Mankato Teachersg General Beadle Sioux Falls College, Graduate Study
Graduate Studyg South Dakota State South Dakota State, Vocal Music
University of South Dakota Junior High English, English I, II and IV
Typing I and II
Business Management I and II
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Facu aul ance, nsplratlon
THOMAS, Morningside College C. E. GOLD, Valpariso University
University of South Dakota
Biology. Algebra, World History
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ROBERT C. THUROW
Grade and High School Athletics
South Dakora State
Board Gives Conscientious Support
School board members are an impor-
tant part of Toronto schools, a definitely
needed group. Many new opportunities and
improvements are brought about through
their co-operation and helpfulness.
Each year new features are added by
their conscientious and enthusiastic ef-
forts. This year their main project was
sponsoring the noon lunch program.
Adds New Features Each Year
L. S. ENSBERG
L. O. SEVERSON
Student Council Arranges
Each classhas representatives in the council, the
student governing organization. Student body
president, Eugene Pletcher, presides at the bi-
monthly meetings. The group arranges for school
activities including the Funtennial and many of
the parties and social functions held throughout
the school year. Shown above, standing, left to
right, Eugene Pletcher, president, Robert Hanna
and Diann Lunden. Seated, Barbara Thurow, sec-
retary and treasurer, Carol Martinson, Sandra
Sommervold, Donna Kautz and Nancy Nelson,
Hungry at Noon?
See Mrs. Quickstad
When it comes to feeding the
students of Toronto you can be
sure that Mrs. August Quickstad
is on the job to fulfill her duty
with the utmost of skill and
is Right on A
the Job .
When anything needs repairing our very able
janitor Pete Emerson is right there to take
over. Pete has been the janitor for Toronto
schools for the past 14 years. A friend to all,
he does much to keep us as comfortable as
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Senior Play 4g Softball 3,4g Soloist 3,43 Student
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Softball 1,2,3,4g Class President 35 Senior Play
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Various student activities necessarily require an income and ex-
penditure of money. Students are given the responsibility in
part of keeping records, Curtis Oseby and Wayne Thompson
assumed this job this year. Any samples today fellows?
Typing news stories, stenciling and
mimeographing for the school paper
are correlated with business educa-
tion courses. Here headliner Sallie
Thompson and editor Shirley
Thompson look over a stencil ready
for the press.
"Skippy", THS seniors' piggy bank,
reposed in the office all year receiv-
ing contributions from pennies to
quarters. Money collected was used
on senior skip day, hence , the name,
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American government gives us a better under-
standing and appreciation of how our nation
runs. Larry Schnoor and Robert Hanna find
interesting clauses on a copy of the Consti-
Shorthand was added to our course of study this year.
Below: Wylla Hicks transcribes, as "boss" Nancy Nelson
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Highlight of every junior':
year is the play its class put:
on each fall. This class o
jovial juniors presented the
play, "Whittlin"' last October
Spring brought the annual jun-
Juniors shown to the left, top
Marvin Kruse, Gordon West-
ley, Diann Lunclen and Richarc
Glazier. Bottom: Larry Nel-
son, Carol Martinson, Eugene
Pletcher and Jean Emerson.
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All juniors at Toronto choose typing as part
of their curriculum. Marvin, Dick and Larry
practice to obtain more skill at typing shown
in the left picture. Pictured at the right are
lean, Carol and Eugene.
A Versatile C ass
The sophomores, among other things this year, contrib-
buted two cheerleaders: other members are active in
other phases of school life: music, journalism and
sports. Top row: Susan Emerson, Eugene Sommervold,
Patricia Dailey. Middle row: Joann Bergjord, Rose
Westley, Janet Hicks. Bottom row: Sandra Sommer-
vold, Duane Mathison, Arlyce Horner.
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mentals. Here Janet and Susan diagram sentence F
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work goes with every science
class at THS. Sandra, Rose and
Arlyce work with the scope as
part of the biology require-
Here They Are: The 7 Frolicsome
Shop is taught to all freshmen and
sophomore boys and offers know-
ledge in creating many crafts. Dale,
Chip, Donnie and Sophus are shovm
working under the watchful eye of
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Seven freshmen contribute to the en-
largement ofschool spirit at THS, Top
row: Dale Kruse, Diann Jorgenson,
Sophus Mathison, Charles Dailey.
Bottom row: Vincent Pletcher, Donna
Kautz, and Donald Klapprodt.
Algebra is the first step of ma the matics in high school
Here Donna and Diann illustrate an algebra problem
for the rest of the freshmen.
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Students from the fourth grade and
up starred as the Vi-Kids, the grade
basketball team, this year. Back:
Duane Eastman, Bobbie Vernlund,
Tommy Shadeward, Gene Estenson,
David Westley, Allyn Martinson,
Roger Jorgenson, Front: Wayne
Ne ls on , Harold Erickson, David
Sorenson, John Mersh, Mr. Thurow,
Sharp in their cheerleading outfits,
these four girls gave added color to
the grade basketball season. Back:
Joan Bergjord, Judy Storry, Janet
Bergjord, Bonnie Svennes.
Soon They'II Take
Grade school days will soon be left behind for these good-natured grammar room students Back- Sharon
Rye, Tommy Shadewald, Bonnie Kautz, Bobbie Vernlund, Janet Begjord Roger Jorgenson. nlvliddle- Carol
Kruse, Billy Horner, Judy Storry, Gene Estenson, Bonnie Svennes, David 'Westley, Allyn Martinson: Front:
Mr. Robert Thurow,teacherg Joan Ber 'ord J k' l '
gj , ac 16 Jeg um, Mary Ellen Rye, Karen Dailey, Brenda Westley.
dents in the intermediate room heiped make the Funtenniai a success. They appeare
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tty Horner, Duane Eastman, Saiiy Bergiord, Eunit
Richard Thorson, De anna Friesta
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Shirley Thompson, Jean Emerson, Wylla Hicks, Diann Lunden, Rose West ey. .
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Band members increased from six to nineteen this year, Individual lessons were given to
each member, An organized band was started in February. Students have demonstrated
a great deal of interest in band work.
Instrumentalists include, back row: Gary Thomas, instructorg Dale Kruse, Vincent
Pletcher, Duane Mathison and Curtis Oseby, Middle row: David Westley, Shirley
Thompson, Nancy Nelson, Susan Emerson, Carol Martinson, Dianne Jorgensen and Thomas
Shadwald, Seated: Cleo Westley, Robert Verlund, Sandra Sommervold, Jean Emerson,
Diann Lunden, Allyn Martinson and Karen Dailey.
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Entering, thc district music contest at Brookings and performing for the Christmas program
were some of the various activities perfo d b h ' '
rme yt e Girls Glee Club. Pictured above
are, Back row: Diann Lunden, Joann Bergjord, Donna Kautz, Sallie Thompson, Patty
Dailey, Diann Jorgenson, Middle row: Shirley Thompson, Arlyce Horner, Jean Emerson
Barbara Thurow Susan Emerson Nanc Nel
, , A y son. Front row: Janet Hicks, Sandra Somrncrl
vold, Carol Martinson, Rose Westley, Wylla Hicks, Mrs. Eleanor Pryzmus, director.
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THS Journalists stole attendance honors last fall at the South Dakota High School Press
Association convention at South Dakota State College. Here the group receives last
minute instructions from their adviser, Archie Hill. Later in the day, the group learned
that its publications, the school paper and yearbook, had both received All-State awards ,
coming within an eyelash of taking a second sweepstakes award from the contest,
Vikin Hi-Lite: Tops Statewide,
V ik i n g Hi-Lite editor,
Sh ir 1 e y Thompson, left.
Her paper has taken three
All-Ame rican ratings in the
past two years in addition
to an international Honor
Achievement A a wa r d.
Associate e d i t o r , Diann
Lunden, is at the right.
These busy Hi-Liters take time out from their notebooks and typewriters long enough to pose for th
picture, Juniors and seniors comprise this group. Seated: Sallie Thompson, Jean Emerson, Car
Martinson, Diann Lunden,Shirley Thompson. Standing: Wylla Hicks, Nancy Nelson, Wayne Thompso
Barbara Thurow, Robert Hanna, Curtis Oseby and Larry Schnoor.
Fr e sh m e n a n d sophomore class
m e m b e r s contribute their writ-
ing ability to the Viking Hi-Lite,
too. Seated with Shirley Thompson,
editor, are Janet Hicks, Rose West-
ley, Joann Bergjord, Eugene
Pletcher . Standing Sandra
D o n n a Kautz, Duane Mathison,
S u s a n Emerson, Patricia Dailey,
E u g e n e Sommervold, and Arlyce
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famous musician Fred Warring at the
South Dakota Education Association
conventibn last fall in Huron.
Shirley served with the All-State
news staff, a group ofthe top 10 high
school journalists in the state.
This 1956 Vikin is one of the headline fe
ures ofthe senior class. Editor Sallie speaks
for the group when she says, "It was really
a lot of fun." Seated next to editor Sallie
Thompson are Wylla Hicks, art editorg
Robert Hanna, Shirley Thompson, photo-
grapherg Larry Schnoor. Standing: Nancy
Nelson, Associate editorg Barbara Thurow,
Business managerg Wayne Thompson and
'The PIay's The Thing'
'Whittlin' Was Fall Production
Junior classmen presented the
comedy play "WhittIin' " in October.
The Viking camera snapped these poses:
Mother Uean Emersonj: "If you have nothing else to
do you c an hold my yarn for me. Docflzugenej
Pletcherjz "Anything you say mother".
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just a dab more lipstick,
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acts for a shot. Back row: Mrs.
Przymus, directorg Eugene Pletcher,
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H. W. ROSS LUMBER CO.
Lumber, Paints and Buildin Materials
John Mersch, Mgr.
Toronto South Dakota
BEST OF EVERYTHING T0 A FINE SENIOR CLASS
P, B, Emerson, Janitor
Sidney Ensberg, IOFT
C. E. Gold, High School
Ardith Hampton, Intermediate
Archie N. Hill, Superintendent
Gena Quickstad, Cook
Eleanor Przymus, High School
Bernice Smith, Primary
Gary Thomas, High School
Bob Thurow, Grammar
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Mr. 8: Mrs. V. Westlund ....... Mitchell
Joyce's Cafe .......... .... T oronto
Casey's Place ...... . Toronto
Sommervold's Garage . . . .Toronto
G.T.A. Elevator ...... .... T oronto
Gena's Cafe ....... . Astoria
Astoria Cafe ....... . Astoria
Gambles 8a Groceries . . . . . .Astoria
Dorn's Beauty Shop . . . Hendricks
Thomsen's Service . . . .... Hendricks
Ben Franklin ...... .... H endricks
Dr. Gross ........ . . . Gary
O.K. Barber Shop . . . . . . Brookings
Jackson's Jewelry . . . Brookings
Kenda1l's Drug ...... Brookings
Hayes Lucas Lumber .... . . Brandt
White Leader ....... . . .White
C r Compliments of
LAW 8. LAW
Buy for Less Aho""'Y5
Hef1dl'iCkS Minnesoiu Clear Lake South Dakota
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HENDRICKS CLINIC I
Grain - Coal - Feeds - Seeds
H. Hinderaker, Manager
Astoria South Dakota I Hendricks Minnesota
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Gas - Repairs - Tires
Phone - 2482
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DEUEL COUNTY FARMERS
UNION OIL COMPANY
THIS IS YOURS
"Our Profits are your Dividends"
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Groceries - School Supplies
Dry Goods - Gents Fumishings
Buy and Save
L. S. ENSBERG, Prop.
Toronto, South Dakota
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ROM THE SOUTH
BROOKINGS BOTTLING COMPANY
Brookings South Dakota
RED OWL AGENCY
Quality Foods for Less
.Ioe and Milan Larson
Toronto South Dakota
1 RED OWI. AGENCY
Beekman Mobile Station
Ed Musolt Berber Shop
Farmers Slate Bank
Gambles CAN BY
I'IoffeIt's Dnngs Coast to Coast
Parenteou and HoI'IeIts Otter Tail Power Co.
BRANDT GRAIN CO.
"The Farmer's Friend"
R. Anderson, Prop.
Brandt South Dakota
Cash Buyers of
Cream, Eggs and Poultry
Manufacturers 0fLily Brand Butter
Y M. Engen, Prop.
Brandt, South Dakota
Clnemascope, Wlde Screen
The "Best" in Picture Entertainment
Wm. Flieder, Owner
Estelline South Dakota
one 'V ARE
Heatin9 ' Poms
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For All Your Trucking Needs
THE BUDAHL BROS.
You Call We Haul
Toronto, South Dakota
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Clear Lake South Dakota
JOHNSON MOTOR COMPANY
See U s For
Auto Parts Used Cars
Accessories - Painting
BEST WISHES T0 THE
CLASS OF '56
PAUL S STUDIO
SAND'S REPAIR SHOP
BLACKSMITH and WELDING
Toronto South Dakota
CANBY COLOR CENTER
G. H. Cummings, Owner
Draperies, Hobby Craft
Canby, Minnesota Phone I4I
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CREAM, EGGS AND POULTRY
C U I Q I Q O
For the Finest in Foods
Plenty ofparking Space
Joe and Dorothy
Clear Lake South Dakota
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THE SECURITY NATIONAL BANK
Greetings to our friends in Toronto
Brookings South Dakota
FASBENDER and EISNACH, INC.
Farm and City Gas 'I
Ford Sales and Service
Marvel Gas for Heating
Refrigeration - Tractor Fuel
Estelline, South Dakota
Phone 74 I
GUNDERSON AND GUNDERSON
COMMUNITY OIL COMPANY
Gasoline and Oils
Attorneys at Law A-SLELIEIZQ
Clear Lake South Dakota Phone Collfcglfor Service
Estelline South Dakota
HARDWARE slLvERsoN's DRUG sToRE
Hendricks Minnesota P rescriptions Our Specialty
Geneva Kitchens Westinghouse Laundries
Farm Water Systems
Pump and Fumace Repair
CIear Lake South Dakota
Carpets - Linoleum - Radio
Sales and Service
RCA Victor TV
B. 8. J. WHOLESALE
l28 Main Avenue
Brookings of South Dakota
SCHRAFFT'S FANCY CHOCOLA TES
IIACVOI DIVISION f MIIWAUKII I. lI.S.A.
"It's Easy to Deal at Lovre's"
LUVRE MOTOR AND IMPLEMENT
Brookings Sou-th Dakota
F. M. HEINSEN
Clothiers and Tailors
Smart Styles For Everyone
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Hardware Appliances Equipment Appliance'
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Pontiac Cars Refrigeration
Farm Equipment Intemational Tmcks
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RAY'S DRUG STORE
Complete Nursery and Landscape Service See Us For
Brookings South Dakota
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Super Valu Foods
Glenn E. Kurth, Owner Fin' Furniture
Watch Repairing Clear Lake South Dakota
M. W. THOMPSON
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THE DEUEL COUNTY BANK i T
Clear Lake South Dakota
Toronto W South Dakota
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Toronto, South Dakota
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