Webster High School - Bearcat Yearbook (Webster, SD)

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Clara Ornes, Secretary to the Superintendent and Clerk ef Board of Education. 1 4 HARVEY NEWMAN Superintendent HAROLD ASHBAUGH Principal Band 1, A ER if X W F 4 , ,Z y fd F? 54-,UM 6 A N I, if 24 'i in "l.4... , t ' ,yn f X - L- N' qfysgifaz Scgoof if ' ' Q7 1 I -V -i in ' fwkafgg xy ' . 1 ff ,fy QW ! I iff 6 W Vx? L0 E7 , Y 7 ' C 'S 02:3 nf W 4 'P Q-E "L , f Q' ff 6 . r XXX 5 4 n X ' ' 1 -Sz W "X- :- X f X , S X V' Z Hu ' - 1 . ": Wx-f' X , if cb 5 Q25 Q1 , X I YZ-Q 'Q 'lx Q7 s v ' f f fb . T-Eivi. , X - 5-' ..-QQ Xifggfif' f Q 23" Six- - 69, H m-gg 4 1. X Q". P fl' ' 'X - .1 fi ' Q N ' 4. PQ. S. XX 10:5 ,r 'a Q' ' 7 r " f w f 1 ' 'H ,T L15 'U f 2? I ,W X 5 . 'I S M 1 C Q .uw new kv- aww, HALTN SMITH Chewistrv pw-S165 ' FLORENCE OLSON Advanced Mathematics Enmlish I Second Wand EDU11Sh II MRO. LAURA UWDWRNOWD Wookkeepinn Sooioloqy TYD1n2 ERNEST CHRISTQNSEN Shorthand A Q Commercial Law Uricultur' 6 aww, LAWHENCE L. FROTN CHARLOTTE BARTON American Government 51SBbTl Economics G00m0tPF World History American History International Relaticns TAYLOR snow Biology ELIZABETH cAcAvAs General S010n0e Home Economics LORRAIWT DYSARD Vocal Music JOHN R. BRUYWWR Industrial Arts Uusinqss Relations GW FHEBHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President ---------------------------- Duane Sudman Vice President -------- ---------- Robert Estwick Secretary k Treasurer ------------- Mary Lou Riddle Class Advisors--L. A. Underwood and J. R. Brunner BOPHOHORE CLASS OFFICERS president ....... .... . ---Norman Soyland vice President ------ - ---Veryl Peterson Secretary 8: Treasurer " "" JOYCE? A851500 Class Advisors ,,,,,,, ---L. DySard and G. Houk JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 1 I Q 5 President ----------------------- -Edwin Majeske Vice President ----------- ---- ---Carol Witt Secretary R Treasurer ------ ----- --Marie Sandal Class Advisors---E. Cacavas and E. Christensen 3 7114 Seniafz ew , ... a gggi Q . xlf CLASS OFFTCERS President ------------ Pirman Trautner Vice President- ----------- Donna Bohn Secretary H Treasurer--Robert Riddle Class Motto: HOf a wood beginning comes a sooo emu. Class Colors: Green and Silver Class Flower: Talisman Rose Left to right: Robert Riddle, Donna Bohn, Pirman Trautner m- QQQQ. lf . ,'f5 :fi Elie is ff: New A ' ', ADVIQORS Mr. Harold Ashbaugh Piss Ruth Deetz IO FRANCES AMUNDSON 'A Lass of few words.' Junior Play, Chorus, Glee Club, MARTHA ANDREJEIK 'Silence is no crime.' Transferred from Belle Valley High School, Ohio. Junior Play, Glee Club. JACK EEDESSEM 'The barber's little shaver.' Basketball, Football, 'W' Club, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus. LOIS BERG 'Her interests are many, her friends are too.' Band, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Websterian, Bearcat Editor, Student Council, Majorette, Queen Candidate JERALD BIERSCHBACH 'We like him still-the stiller the better.' F.F.A., Junior Play. LOIS BIERSCHBACH 'I dream of Genie--' F.H.A., Librarian. DONNA BQHN ,, 'A Queen in all our hearts. Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, F-H-A-- C1853 officer, Bearcat, Websterian, Queen. .- JOHN BOIK 'Beware, I may yet do something sent1menta1.' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus. ,JW W' RITA BRESKE nOh these men, why don't they leeve me elone?n Band, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Websterian, F.H.A. BMRION BROLIF nNot all of her interests are in schoo1.H Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, F.H.A. FLRN MAE BURY nPersone11ty is one of the qualities she possesses.n Websterien, F.H.A. BORGHILD BYE nShe knocks him for e 1oop.' F.H.A., Glee Club, Mixed Chorus. PATRICIA CAFLIS HRusse1 right along.H Clee Club, Mixed Chorus, F.H.A. websterian, Queen Candidate. DALE CARR HFunny, seems like I just went around this corner a minute ag0.n Junior Play, F.F.A. NELDA CHRISTENSON nVerset11e gel.' Ensemble, Sextet, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Band, F-H-A-p Junior Play, Cheerleader, Queen Candidate. EUGENE CZMOWSKI Agricultural economist of Highland Township.n F.F.A. YI GS? . DONNA DARMODY nS1lence is golden, that's why I'm so poor.u Transferred from Holy Rosary High School, Detroit, Michigan. Glee Club, Bearcat, Student Council, Junior Play, Co-Editor of Websterian, Queen Candidate. FORREST FADNESS nThere are better things to do than going to school.N Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, F.F.A. HARTNEY FARMEN HI'll spend my life farmin' and dancin'.n Basketball, NWN Club. NORA FINLEY ' Uwe like her for what she is.' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, F.H.A. JUELLA GUTORMSON H 'Our gift to Eden. Glee Club, Band, Websterian. HARVEY HANSON uI'm in love--Witt me.n Student Council President, Class officer, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Basketball, Football, Track, F.F.A., Boys State LOIS HANSON HA good word and 11 Bearcat, F.H.A. B sm e for 8ll'n VERN HAUGIK Wfell, Wells--Oopsn Glee Club, F.F.A., Junior Play aff' M eniou ELEANOE HELMIG HHothing in life is compl1cated.n Vebsterien, Librarian, F.H.A. VIOLET HELWIG uShe's quite a cut-up at her job.n F.H.A. AHLEEN JOHNSON HI'm e eompetent typiet--when I don't make mistakes.n Websterien, F.H.A. BETTY JOHNSON HMan shortvge? I don't believe it.' F.H.A. DELORES JOHNSON HI live to 1eern.' Websterian, F.G.A. Bearcat DONNA JOHNSON nThe little gal who has e,He-men to take care of her.n Band, Glee Club, Websterian, Librarian, F.H.A. 'When I et lonely, I look up e Friend Sextet, horus, Glee Club, Madrigal, Band, Cless officer, Student Council, Bearcat, Co-Editer of Websterien, Junior play, F.H.A. YVONNE JOHNSON DURWOOD KENNEDY nNo permanent for me.N F.F.A. Seniau MARY ANN KUICKER nlf there's any mischief brewing, she's vt the bottom of 1t.' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Librerien, P.H.A.. Junior Play. SHIRLEY LOHNLR niverything is looking Rosy.u Transferred from Weubay, F.H.A. DVELYN LOSITH nThe new look spoils everything.' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Bend, Mejorette, Websterien, Beercet, Student Council, Junior Play, Cheer1ePd6P- LAWRENCE LUTZ nI'm not afraid of work, I can lay right down beside it and go to sleep. Band, Glee Club, Mired Chorus, F.F.A. If EUGENE MARTIN HNeed more be seid?n Transferred from California Football, Junior Play. ELLSYURTH MUNSON NHe hrs e studious look, but sometimes ,mr looks are deceiving.H MA' Trvnsferred from Langford. F.F.A., Junior Play. LUIS PALM HA fisherwomen et herrt--lines strung out ell over.n Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Vebsterien, Student Council, Cless officer, Junf Cheerlevder, Queen Cendidnte. DCBIS PLSALI WI hope to someday no throuvl the stete of mntrimonv.n 5 Transferred from Mt. Marty's, Yenkton, ,, Glee Club, F.H.A. fx i JOYCE PRIEB 'Quiet and reserved,' Band. DONNA RLLTZ School days are intolerable without moonlight nights.' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Bearcat, N P I Pu, ff il 'HnF,g5 zuk W 3 1 i '.H.A., Parliamentarian, Third Vice President of State F.H.A, ROBERT RIDDLE 'A man among men--and women.' F.F.A.,'W' Club,Class Officer, Student Council, Football, Track,Basketball. AUDHEY ROMMEREIM nAlmost on time today.' Band,Glee Club, F.H.A. Websterian. ETHEL SANDhLL 'Study Hall, my favorite subject.' F.H.A. ROBERT SANNES 'I'm in favor of 7-day weekends.' Glee Club,'W' Club,F.F.A., Junior Play,Football. DARLBNE SECK 'Mho shall I po with tonight?N Librarian,F.H.A. RODNEY SOYLAND ' Record makergrecord breaker.' Football,Basketball, 'W' Club, Student Council, Marshal. David Sveum 'Experience overcomes beshfulness.' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Octet, P.F Carl Tessin 'Hot 11ps.' Transferred from Milbank. Basketball, Track, Football, 'M' Club, u' club. Pirmin Trautner 'I don't think much of the house, but I sure like Ar-lean. Transferred from St. John's Collegeville, Minnesota. Class Officer, Student Council, 'H' Club, Football, basketball. Marvin Walton 'The only owner of a jet-propelled lodel A.' F.F.A. Joan Wells 'What will they do when l'm gone?' Band, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Ensemble, Sextet, Junior Play, Bearcat, Webaterian, lagorette, Class Officer, Student ouncil, Queen Candidate, Representetive to G1rl'a State and Girl'a Nation. James lain "1n'. Woman, and song, that'a ay apeo1alty.' P-F-I. Junior Play. gzlen Williama moat pleasant girl in ever a .' F.H.A. Bearcat Editor, Debate? W y Claaa Officer, Student Council. lary Wika . 'In my heart I'm a Kuacker. F.H.A. Librarian. OAI . I it it 53? We am 4 fx it -,,. K e sk aw- X 60 it A NFAWX, I wi ui fc-5' Uh- 'Q' Y 'ie RQ h if m X fade gr-rg, K X JZ- f Q 255 f A 2 ly' N1 X W' Q XL fl 5 la.f 11 William Woodworth 8 Harvey Hanson was Web- sters representative to Boys State which was held at Aberdeen in June. He was chosen mayor of one of the city governments at Boys State. J HARVEY HANSON Joan Wells represented Webster at Girls State which meet nt Mit- chell in June. She was chosen one of two girls to represent South Dakota at Girls Nation in Washing- ton D.C., in August. ,mm wmLLs 1 fs 'If I could only be Edison or Einste1n.n Band, Junior Play, Class Officer. DONNA HEETZ Donna Reetz was elected the 5rd Vice President of the Future Home Makers of America held at Huron in October. She will pub- lish an issue of the Teen Tides, a FHA publication. 'Glen Row 5--Folk, Haven, Keehn, Cooper, Berger, Buhler, Gast, Kanago, Alwin,lBartell. How 52--D. Johnson, Forbes, 5- on, Anderson, Houde, Kettler, Mr. Christensen, Ellig, Coils McCarlron, Foss, Hallstrom. How l--C. Jonnson, E. John- son, F. Anderson, D. Hanson, B. Anderson. Row 3--Schlotte, Magee, Ornes, Peters, Wendt, Majeske, F. Opitz, Mathiason, Senske, Willie. dow 2--Pfister, Witt, Waller, Rathbun, Osman, Miss. Cacavas, Soyland, Mjolness, Sandal, Opitz, Wein. How 1--Sakariason, Watters, Parks, Rydoerg, Williams. 5 0244 Rf' now 4--Fisher, Brosted, dutle, Grebner, Burns, Kirch- meier, Farness, Helland, Becht, Boik. Row 5--Helwig, W, Johnson, A. Hecht, Kuecker, Krogstsd, Bjerke, Herr. Row 2--Carr, Hanson, D. Forbes, Hagen, Mr. Houk, Kennedy, D. Forbes, Hawklnson, Kwasniewske, Blers:hbach. How 1-- Grosek, Hough, Aadnon, Backus, Berg, Aadland, Hlnze, Holland, L. Helwig. - - D. 5 in .. A e Row 4--Lee, Wlka, Peenll, Washenbergor, Wagner, Lewno, Martin, Nicoley, Solsee, Miller, Williams, wdltmyre. How 3--Tvssln, N. Lewno, Martinson, Soyland, Peterson, Nelson, Lomdahl. Mow 2--Weln, Wenner, Nordvedt, Storly, Miss. DySzrd, Olson, Petereon, Naddel, Strommen. Row 1--Rye, SolkHs, Moir, daller, Perkins, Opperud, Seek, Welton. 4 81644 Row 3--Buittner, Breske, Ahlers, Hanson, Dedrickson, Cooner, Est wick, Eszet, Bohn, Johnson. Row 2--Hemmnh, Czmowski, Fisher Bates, Henrickson, Mrs. Underwood, Kies, Eelzeson, C. Johnson, Aadlend, Dple. L- 2 Row 3--F. Opitz, Kirchmeier, Reeder, D, Martin, Malloy, Nelson, Levno, Soule, Schenemen, Lange, Osman, Wells. Row 2--Mohs, Mor- tin, Schmidt, N lson, Lee, Koenig, Mr. Brunner, Schenecker, M. Opitz, Sudman Iremus, Miller. Row 1--A. Lee, Stee, Syhre, C. wnller, Riddle. Crownbearer, Archie Stut- enrothg Flow- erqirl, Carol Cooper. Front Row: Lois Berg, Joan Wells, Lois Palm, Nelda Christ- ensen, Patri- cia Carlis, and Donna Darmody. Top Row: Queen Donna Bohn. 22 7am 7am lay MARSHAL RODNEY SOYLAND QUEEN DONNA BOHN October 17, 1947 lf' 1",,,:ff ,,aA.. ELLE N RQ? 5,59 grief? , x?31n 5A3mi'uAYm .Pmsw+Mhm,,A for V III 1 .ff 50.4 -an 'N 'vii ' Fcxxwir, fin 1 A program was pre- sented between courses of the dinner with William Elliot acting as toast- master. The dance, featuring Ray Palmer and his or- chestra, furnished the remainder of the eve- ning's entertainment. 24 unicvz-Semin Banque! The WHS juniors gave their annual banquet and prom for the seniors on Saturday, May 17, 1947, at 6:30 in the auditorium The theme of 'Fairyland' was carried out in decorating the auditorium. One entered a starry world of minature castles and woodlands which formed a beautiful setting for a typical fsiryland. The wait- resses and waitors, dressed as fairies and elves, made their entrances from a large oak tree Punch was served from a vine covered cottage near a wishing well. lil! 'V -' Xiu- 1- a U 47. -rm ml, C , V , 5542 : '21, FM, B ini? C n ff ,Mi lg247d'Wg?i eerf ,y rgfh WEB r W 1 X eg, Henry Mason -------------- --Wm. Woodworth Dr, Nicolas ------------- ----- Vern Haugen A Policeman ---- ------------- --D810 Carr Mr. Dooley ------ ----------- Bob Saanes Not Pictured: Mrs. Dooley ---- ---Colleen Paulson o 3Ql FQ? 555 Seated: Edith Fisher--Yvonne Johnson, Hennie Fishere--Lois Palm, Orland Todd--Jack Bedessem, Bennie Fisher-Donna Darmody Standing: Cornelia Todd--Joan Wells, Clifford Henderson ----- Jerald Bierschbnch. Not pictured: Sally Brown. J W J Spike --------------- J. wein we Daisy Bushby-R. Christensen A Ada Bushby ----- ---E. Loseth V Glory Bushby ---- F. Amundson 5 Mrs. Bushby ------ M. Kuecker Presented March 28, 1947 Director Miss Deetz Nw THE BLACK VALISE EVERYTHING NICE NOBODY SLEEPS Sfuienl eaancif 9 SFATBD: Darmody, Mr. Ashbaugh, Henson, Gast, Hallstrom. STANDING: Wells, Williams, Troutner, Berg R. Soyland, Alwin Sudman, N. Soyland, Mejeske, Tessin, Hagen, Nelson. ' Members of the Student Council are elected by the classes et the first class meetings in the fell. It consists of sixteen members: four seniors, three juniors, two sophmores, one freshmen, the presidents of each class and honorary members, Boy and Girl Staters. They plan the yeer's activities which consists of parties and the managing of the Youth Canteen. Mrv Smith's Chemistry Class et work. u5inS 0 a and wks co Hd his aunts' ers ' sist 'It was the cnt!" K . . A Director Lorraine DySard Assistant Ruth Deetz 'G Staging L. L. Brown F H 1 5 5 'softly stealing 'le sail the ocean blue' 'For he is an Englishman P 425 ks if . , I Golden, Schmidt 'il' Y' a ,K l U 'A P1 . 1, Q iefs . ir. Gvst, C. Johnson, Hellstrom tak tt Bedessem,Hanson Chi1son,Sudman Alwin Most Representative Most Popular -------- Cutest Freshmen ----- Cutest Sophomore ---- Cutest Juniors ------ Cutest Seniors ------ Most Glamorous Girl- Most Devoted Counle- Prettiest Eyes ------ Most Conceited ------ Best Dancers------- Best Athletes ------- Wittest ----------- -- Teecher's Pets ------ Best Talkers -------- Best Boy Friends ---- Prettiest Leps ----- Biggest Wolf -------- Biggest Gossip ------ Most Studious ------- Cutest Figure ------ - Best Dressed -------- Biggest Bluff ------- Best Personalities-- Best Musicians ------ Best All Around ----- Studer Smartest ----------------- - Biggest Tease ------------ - Gold Digger -------------- - 5 f .... - ..... . Biggest Xol ess uw. D mh1er.SPndH1 Tessin,Forbes Twins Bojk -Rodney Soylend- -V. Peterson ---- -Carol Witt ----- -Y. Johnson ---- -Hoppy Hanson--- -Evelyn Loseth -Dean Malloy -Y. Johnson-- -D. Johnson-- -D. Darmody-- -Joan Chilson -Y. Johnson-- -Marie Sandal -M. Rathbun-- D Johnson Rathbun D.Johnson, Joan Hells-------Hervey Henson Marie Sandal -------- Gene Alwin K. Schmidt --------- Lnrl Golden Avnnnel Hough ------- Anton Boik Marie Sandal ------- Bill Buhler Donna Bohn ------ Fodney Soyland Donna Darmody M. Carr --------- Jim Dedrickson -Corrine Johnson Hazel Holland-- Y. Johnson ----- ---B111 Buhler - ----- H. Hanson -----H. Forman --Forbes Twins ----N. Soylend --Duane Sudmpn Fred Hallstrom -Jack Bedessem -------K. Herr ----D. Johnson ----R. Soylend -Jack Eedessen ---Carl Tessin --------Louie Gest ------F. Hallstrom -Marie Sandal -------- Louie Gest -Carol Witt-- -Y. Johnson-- -Patty Watters -Yvonne Johnson ------Buvne Sudmen ----Jim Tessin Genie!! 41-.. me we-of if XXX, fl Dedr1ckson,Carr Loseth,Darmody . A',, A- -S A 4' . "V" X tllllr Q 'Y "'7U'? 1 I 1 Bohn R.Soyland Wells Soyland Hou h A n , F Tefsinv Y"TOhnSOn'F' mmm Holland,Malloy, Watters '55 How 1--Jey Wein, Neessig, Lutz, Wagner, Senske. Row 2-- Whitmyre, Berg, Bjerke, Sveum, G. Kirchmeier, Mnthinson, Fr. Opltz, Mr. Christensen, Becht, Reeder, Lange, Bohn, Anderson, Williams. How 5--D. Johnson, Schlotte, W. John- son, Weshenherger, Haugen, Monson, D. Martin, Buhler, L. Martin, Lehnn, Osmnn, Nichley, Bnrtell, F. Opitz. Row 4- Ahlers, Geo. Kirchmeier, Kuecker, Fadness, Grebner, Berger, Dedrickson, Kennedy, Carr, Sennes, Hagen, Bierschbnch, H. Lnnson, J. Wein, Czmowske, Waltwn. P M 5 Q 9 ,W fffmxg If-W. P f 1,n.u...,. .., .... . . ' IH-- ' ".L' L. - 147 Q President--Lawrence Lutz Vice President--Carlyle Secrebery--Loren Wngner Treasurer--Jey Wein Reporter--George Senske Standing--Senske, Lutz, Seated--Wagner, Wein. Naessig Naessig, it-J hx 4.-.N N. Win .9 z' tg Q me Q gg .AH is , .NX -'N...,, , Hmmm N x Pwfwf 3: : 'K J, u 1 A f N, .vu 'nfl-W 7 , 4 ' Q " . ' 1 " A EX . , , f 2 4 ww K, ' - , 7 ffgy. R . ' , 5 . f-gs? 5 1 W .k In , ' ' fr"-. X r 3 A ? u . , if ' ex x ik. 3,39 fi F,-.. T X n .. wmsmfxSQS2SH X Standing--Johnson, Reetz, McCar1son, Seated--Carlia, Kuecker, Sandal. -- -- - .fax .- L Row 1--Cooper, Folven, A. Lee, Dale, Grosek, Houvh, Watters, Rre, Rydberz, Stes, B. Anderson, B. Williams, Opperud, Aadson, Backus, Walton, Lohner, Bye, Johnson, Holland. Row 2--D. Johnson, Syhre, Aadland, B. Johnson, M. Anderson, Waddle, Witt, W. Waller, Hinze, Miss. Cacavas, Solas, Perkins, Strommen, C. Waller, Czmowski, Flsner, Schmidt, Seek, Bury, L. Nelson. Row 5--Riddle, M. Aadland, M. Opitz, A. Bierschbach, C. Opitz, S. Anderson, Storley, M. Hanson, Carr, Delores Forbes, Doris Forbes, Nordveft, D. Hanson, Schenecker, Wein, M. Johnson, Warner, Carlis, McCarlson. Row 4--M. Nel- son, Reetz, Cbilson, L. Bierschbach, Hawkinson, Kettler, Kueckor, V. Waller, Bates, A. Olson, Koeniv, Kies, Peterson, Hagen, J. Lee, Houde, Sandal, Ellis, C. Osman, Palm, Ratrbun. fe. olfqnwuba B President--Marie Sandal Vice-President--Patricia Cerlis Secretary--Winifred McCarlson Treasure--Donna Johnson Parliamentarian--Donna Reetz Historian--Mary Ann Kuecker Reporter--Marian Ellig Quinn ,W I This picture re- presents one of the day's study halls in Webster High.There seems tobe both ambit- ious andndschie- vous students in it. 34 Lois Bierschbach, Sy1viaH1nze,Velda Waller, and Miss Devitt. The hot lunch pro- gram is carried'on during the winter months. The meals were cookedty Mrs- C, Gokey and Mrs. Engebritson. They were served byfour high school giI'15 - .Lwfwuf am! sw., ,aaa :QQ The above Room. Their hours. They nCustodyH for shooting pap DTTWNTION ROOM are Hinmatesu of the Detention "sentence" may be from 1X2 to ? are entrusted to Mr. BrownTS such misdemeanors as chewing gum r-wade, unnecessary noise, skip- ping school, being tardy, and a host of other things. In WHS as elsewhere--HCrime does not pay O H TYPING CLASS CO-FDITOTS QNN LOIS HELEN Wm L-Pecwcal Front row left to right: Y. Johnson, Witt, N. Sandal, H. Williams, L. Berg, J. Peters, D. Darmody, Back row: L. Hanson, Wells, Lee. Asst. editors ----- Mar ie Sa Business Mgr. ------------- Asst. Business Mgr. ------- Art editor ---------------- Asst. Art editors --------- Snap editors ----- Lois lla ns Senior class editor ------- Sports editor ------------- Asst. Sports editor ------- Feature editor ------------- Yvonne Johnson, ndal, Carol Witt --------John Lee --Norman Soyland --Donna Dermondy --Lucille Backus Deloris Johnson on, Velda Maller ------Joan Wells -----John Peters ----Tommy Miller Veryl Peterson Typists ----------- Lois Hanson, Joan Wells, C7 'mv' Donna Bohn Sitting left to right: Y. Johnson, C.Witt, M. Sandal, H. Williams, Berg, Johnson, T.Mil1er, Standing: Backus, Pete1son,I.Hanson, V. Waller, Miss Levitt, D.BBrmody, 4e1ls,Bohn,Ioseth, Peters,Iee, N.Soy- land. 5451! ,MAD The WEBSTTERHAN .HBL1E?.F.. 3 ,XqEgft.r 19 '- 11 ' A Lirclc Paper With Big Ideas Y.'1'E13L'1.,XZf.,.,.. .... .,.4 . - ,.., . .. . . - ....,... ,,.. .Q9109.b9.1I,. 29,4947 o ........- , V ECFARBCDCDK ED!-VMHTATLCVVF t I Tf'lDC l'.,fH7fT IM ml? Il fl Co-editors ------ Donna Darmody, Yvonne Johnson Sports editor ----------------------- Lois Palm Grade editor ------------------- Arleen Johnson News editor -------- Donna Bohn, Eleanor Helwig Feature editor ------------------ Fern Mae Bury Business and circulation mgr.-Fred Hallstrom Press ----------------------- Richard Peterson, Corwin Forbes Art editors---Deloris Johnson,Audrey Romerein Typists-Joan Wells, Rita Breske, Donna Johnson Advisor ------------------------ Miss Ruth Deetz and mctnods of makeup. 'MV Q " 'u'+'2iui , , sooo y one at a DLAY going: to get eats S A' c -r' F r E-irstFAaS1!hz-oc,-oct hgsidudik 'Qc t V farce coredy will be pre- ir OO? ,?p gerted by the juoior clasll r'A1ly m-ks tA1S Jn F'ldHy, November 14. Lween, , TOM ff Foss, Joan Chilson, Patricia, Jntfors, Fredrick Hallstrom Nobster's An QivWuri Cooper, Velda Walkr Day parg , Betty Lou Anderson, Marjory Berks, Laverne Gust, nSkipH Uctgbgr 11, J Pfister, George SENSKQ The ngrade L.1'lfl Mf1l'iOH Ruthbune gx- QQELUF gg The ploy is under the mcn frjm tk direction of Miss Ruth ouard gnitl Deejz , by the WHS DQCLAMATION UXURWAY bond some Work on dcclnmation has ful floats b.gun under the supervision Floats o? Miss Ruth Deetz, hnglish , were as and speodh instructor. School Declamntion contests are berutifu . . 1 A node up of four divisions, most V humor, pcetry, orntoryg and dramatic. Th local contest Frtdrick Halls Volda Weller, and Delores atcry, John Rathbun, and Dromatics, Mar Marion Gross! land, Bonnie Joan ChiLson1 No definite huv2, as yet, Class Stunts. .'1 t'1 l sped, UQ, -.xxx ROW I: Witt, Rathbun, Perks, Johnson. ROW II: Hallstrom, Soyland, Miss Deetz, Peters, Mohs. Speech activities this year at W.H.3. included dec- lamation, original oratory and class plays. They were under the direction of Miss Ruth Deetz. The local Declamation Contest included competition in four divisions: poetry, Carol Witt and Delores Johnson: oratory, John Peters, Marion Rathbun and John Mohsg dramatics, Norman Soyland and Marjorie Parks, and humorous, Frederick Hallstrmn Rzthe Dis- trict Contest et Waubay, John Peters and Norman Soy- land won superior ratings which entitled them to compete at the Regional contest at Watertown. Carol Witt and Frederick Hallstrom won excellent ratings at the District Contest. Webster received the Dis- trict declemation trophy. John Peters won a second place at the Division Speech Meet at Watertown, with his original oretion, The Scandal of Our Highways. 1 HEAD FIRST Nov. 20, 194 Directed by Miss R James Barr ------------- Anne Barr ------- Larry Barr ------ Jody Barr ------- Marilyn Bain ---- Phil Darren ----- H. F. Downing ---------- Gertrude Downing ------- Mary Downing ---- Mrs. Klump ------ Warlow ---------- Jack Decker ----- Lester Finch ---- Lori ------------ 7 uth Deetz ---John Peters ----Carol Witt --Randall Foss --Joan Chilson -Patty Watters Fred Hallstrom Richard Cooper --Velda Waller Qett And rson -------A y e -------Marjorie Parks Luv,rne Gast "skip" Pfister -Georze Senske - ----- Marion Ratnbun il V I swrsrln W, ,, M f IJ , IJIIYIBLE l , VR" ULBU'-5 Stone UVLYQp IGN 01' Hg' H ,M E , , 5.355211 -' ' 2 A MW. e, ..,,,..-,,.,.,,.,,.o.,,.,......,.,.., H Ww"fFcp , Q- ?aas,,u g K,w,9""-5 'u1'4f3f13i, QAM' i , 'a..m,u 1 ,Univ - ,xt ,Q f f' 8 . . , L S ixyffi 7. 32. f V63 7114 Baal Row 1--Rathbun, Peters, Pfister, Gutormson, Somdahl, Sandal, J. Chilson, Fisher, Forbes, K. Herr. Row 2--Christensen, Garriok, Lee, Peabody, Wells, Avonne Olson, Berg, ljolsness, Ahlers, Prieb, Gandy. Row 3--Mnhlen, Card, Gilbertson, Johnson, Witt, Foss, Bolaas, Woodworth, Ahlers, Esget, Nelson, Arvin Olson, Blocker, Corum. Row 4--E. Loseth, Romerine, Flanders, J. Loseth, Breske, Boyland, Walton, Orness, Cooper, lr. Ashbaugh, Hagen, Hallstrom, C. Chilson, Rye, Paulson, Ellig, Galt. Additions to band since the picture. Clarinet: Carol Boheneoker, Earlene Folven, Gwendolyn Wein. Alto Clarinet: Myrene Aadland. Saxophone: Cynthia Kanago, Marilyn Bullert. Bass Horn: Donald Beoht. 40 f he 746 Eancf Clarinet--Marion Rathbun, John Peters, Skip Pfister, Juella Gutormson, Nelda Christensen, Jimmy Garrlck, John Jule Lee, Patrice Peabody, Maureen Mahlen, Virvlnia Card, Joyce Gilbertson, Maureen Johnson. Bass Clarinet--Randall Foss Wlute--Joan Chilson, Marie Sandal Oboe--Edlvn Somdahl Wrench Horn--Joan Wells, Avonne Olson, Lois Berg, Donna Johnson. Saxophone--Carol Witt, William Woodworth, Beverlv Solaas. Cornet--Kenny Herr, Corwin Forbes, Rodney Fisher, Lawrence Lutz, Jim Sandy, Joyce Prieb, Alonzo Ahlers, Irene Mjoslness, Jackson Herr, Carmen Jacobson, Glen Corum, Carol Blocker, Arvin Olson, Harry Nelson, Jerry Tsvet, Imovene Ahlers. Trombone--Laverne Sast, Marian Ellig, Raymond Paulson, Marion Rye, Charles Chilson. Baritone--Frederick Hallstrom, Beverly Hagen. Ease Horn--Richard Cooper, Arthur Orness. Rell Lvre--Rita Walton Drums--Evelyn Loseth, Audrey Romerlne, Qeverly Flanders, Jo Anne Loseth, Norman Soyland. Cymbals--Rita Breske. LA Row 1 Holland, D Hanson, Vrolin, Wresk , Valler, . Bohn, E. Johnson, Miller, Premus, sset, Christensen, Mir. Johnson, Row 2 R etz, B rp, Bohn, J wells, Y Johnson, Mjolness, B. Soy- lsnr, McCarlson, Chilson, Backus, Stromnen, Terkins, Rye. R w 5 U Vells, Carlis, Ratbbun, Kueck r, Sandal, Olson, Finley, Row 4 Lutz, Sv um, Peters, Mallov, Fast, Cooper, Dedrlckson, H. Hanson, Redessem, Peterson, N Sovland, Forbes, Ahlers, Hallstrom, President-- Lois Perz. Secretaries-- Jean Perkins, Patty Carlis. Librarians-- Rita Rreske, Donna Johnson my qv.. Row l--Schmidt, Hanson, Brolin, Johnson, Waller, Breske, Christ- enson, Solaas, Watters, Holland, Anderson. Row 2--Waller, Dor- mody, Carlis, Nordvedt, Wein, D. Forbes, Mjolness, D. Forbes, Backus, Strommen, Aadson, Bye. Row 3--Reetz, Perkins, Wells, Y. Johnson, Storley, Olson, Soyland, McCarlson, Loseth, Aadland, Amundson, Palm, D. Johnson. Row 4--Berg, Moir, Bohn, Kuecker Rathbun, Finley, Sandal, Witt, Hagen, Peterson, Chilson. Row 1--Mohs, D, Johnson, Bohn, J. Miller, Premus, Esget, Forbes, Row 2--Helwig, Lutz, Sveum, Haugen, V. Hanson, Cooper, Soulo, Alhers, Wells, Solsaa, Lewno. Row 3--Hellend, Peters, Malloy, Gast, Nelson, Dedrickson, H. Hanson, Bedessem, Lehno, Peterson, Soyland, Hallstrom, Sudman. gpfaq Jw ning,-mx I The.Webster Hizh School Wand won lst place in the Gvnsv Dev ered . . P 9. Oct. 9. It was led by Lois, Joan, and Marion. They have led the band on various other occasions includ- inc Tom Tom Day and political rallies. 4.9. WAP uAJonmTrms--Lola Berg, uarion Bathbunn JOSH W'11" his vi he "- 4 1 -4 4 Ghemlealma Back Row--Nelda Christensen, - Frances Anderson Evelyn Loseth, Lois Palm. In front is Hazel Holland. The Webster Bearcats were cheered on to victory under the leadership of our five cheerleaders. Frances Ander- son was sel- ected as the new member of the squad. I aw 'FZ BOYS' OCTET W ---Q .K ,r dow l--Mons, Sud- W A 'V 3 ,Qa- spn. .' D3 Msn, Hallstrom. Row 2--N. Soyland Hanson, Cooper, Gert, Lutz. , f 9 '59 ,Aa fm BOYB' QUARTET , Row 1--Miss DySard J. Miller, Ahlers, Malloy, Dedrickson 3 41442: SOPHOHORE SEXTET Seated--Holland, A. Olson. Standing--Stroomen, E. Hagen, Solszr, Perkins, Fe trrs on. SENIOR SEXTET Seated--Chilson, Holland, Standing--Christensen, Wells, Jonnron, iutrbun, Yslr. ,ww l 'mf ..,::. P . x ,u a wif KM W M ,r 11,-..: A PM W Mm sr 2' WE VH K N .+ v 3 Websfer Bearcafs Win Third Consecufive Class B Tifle The Webster Bearcats, making their fourth appearance in the State Tournament, won the title for the third consecutive year. This is the first team to accomplish such a feat. The Bearcats had tough opposition at the tournament this year, but outscored the Miller Rustlers 42-56 in the opening game of the State Class 'B'. They next defeated the Phillip Scotties 61-45 before the battle of downing Eureka in the finals, 44-40. The team set a new 5-game scoring record by piling up 147 points for the 5-day contest. The previous record was held by Webster at 157 points made in 1945. Harvey Hanson and Rodney Soyland, both All-Staters, played steady ball throughout the tournament. Hanson scored 48 points' in the 5 games--25 of which came in the breath-taking finals. Soyland dropped in 51 points in the 5 games. Others on the starting line-up were Gene Alvin and Ed Majeske, who were placed on the reserve All-State team. These boys, including Lee Kanago, fought as Bearcats all the way. Alwin hit the net scoring 37 points in his 3 appearances, while Majeske scored 15 points. Play- ing as guard, most of his work was stopping scoring on the other side and starting our plays. A11 10 boys, when called upon, saw action in the State tournament and played good ball. Two members of the starting line-up, Hanson and Soyland are Sen- iorsg also Farmen, a reliable reserve. 47 1 5 U 4005460 f, v , X 5 . l P n .ga , ,:.4:,4 k q Jack Rod Bill , 1 1 ' 1 x an U rift msg Dean ii na. mffffw Q .ui np' vp H 3 . . , Q-ni f uv-' 1 , s .12 ing 'S '44 1 1 '43 'k- I Q L.. 46 The Northeast Conference Champigng of 1947. H if . ESQQVE , y W -4 Y 4- , " ? e N Bob X I A l 1 Q X w f Hoppe 'E Sk PM W 1 Q Q aff I ."v - jf- Tees X LJ W A Lyle Edcu 1, A we lghkklgn Q9 B. Souad Qaaiiall . A--Ha son Peters H61W5-S, Cooper, Naissifn Keehfl' ggqgin. gow 5--Hemman, Fisher, Weudb- Pfister, BT95K9' Haggis! 15 I2ES?EiBE26 The 1947 Football season proved to be a 25 Bgitain O a very successful one for the Bearcats, as 0 51 Milbank O they were the 1947 Northeast Conference n 13 Sisseton 6 Champions. Members of the team were: n 25 Redfield 6 Hanson-left end, Sannes-left tackle, , OO Clark O Buhler-left guard, Bedessem-center, Kanago- n 45 Groton O right end, Soyland-quarter back, Burns- left half back, Alwin-right half back, Malloy-full back. n Pfister, a center, also played in n Z1 gggfggont 34 many of the games in place of Sannes. n 15 Watertown 15 Bedessem would play left tackle and u 15 Watertown 19 Pfister played center. A. Squad Row 1--Majesk , Tessen, Kanavo, Pfister, Buhler, Bedessem, Hanson Row 2--Alwln, Soyland, Malloy, Burns. l.....e.., H. , fihfuwl gamma A A. f as , K " " L I Vzbg ,,Z!, b f How 1--Johnson, Boik, A. Nelson, V. Hanson, Solsaa. Pesall Helwig BSPS- How 2-:Alwin, hajeSk6, Malloy, Burnsv H' Hanson, L, Nelson, Gast, Keehn. Tessin '7aack Aliin Wanson Alwln--placed lst in Pole Vault-2nd in the Redfield Relays, and is a Broad Jumper. Hanson-placed 2nd in Coni Discus and Shot Put and is a Mile Relayer. Tessin--is a transfer-lf4 Wilnr and Rnlnv Man- sm --ef' awww aww vm F1 X ! 1. Q J , X ,J , , . P 4' ,Q ,, H son ,E Q zu Maj ke A Soyland Q Kanego Conch George Houk Alwin 'Ver Row l--Student Manager N. Soyland, Farmen, Fisher, Kanago, Majeske Hanson, Gast, Wendt, R. Soyland, Alwin, Student Manager Forbes. How 2- Burns, R. Wendt, Breske, Helland, Bedessem, Buhler, Pfister, Foss Naesslg. Row 5--Malloy, Tessin, Nelson, Dedrickson, Peters, Ornes. BASKETBALL SCORES Vdebster 152. "'1"' 4Q Ipswich 24 H 49 Doland 19 W 49 Redfield 29 N 45 Brookings SO N 51 Eureka 37 H 71 Clark 59 H 52 Milbank 8 N 55 Watertown 50 H 5C Britton 52 H 55 Groton 55 H 50 Watertown ll N 51 Clark 50 H 59 Groton 24 H 57 Sisseton 59 Sisseton tourney ' 79 Milbank 18 N 52 Sisseton 51 Tourney at Webster ' 42 Clark 24 H 35 Sisseton 51 District Tourney at Groton " ev Bristol 22 ,mia ' 46 Andover 45 ' H 45 Grpton 56 Regional at Aberdeen ' 55 Claremont 27 ' 41 Sisseton 31 State 'B' Tournament ' 42 Miller 36 ' 61 Phillip 45 n 44 Eureka 40 NWI! Seated--Student Manager Miller, Farmen, Hanson, Burns, Boyland, lajeske, Alvin, Kanago, Xeehn. Standing--Mr, Houk, Pfister, Riddle, Peters, Bedessem, Trautner, Sannes Malloy, Buhler, Tessen, Wendt, Student Manager Forbes. Glad 99:1 Mr. Houk, Nelson, Cooper, Gast, Hanson, Fisher, Magee, Boik, Foss, Ahlers, Hem eh, Helwig 'D ! PW .-Sfmmfm Anderson Nursery Anderson and Fisher, Attorneys Arbach Store and Motel Dr. S. C. Atkinson, Dentist Bailly's Insurance Agency Batie Implement Co. Bechts Service Station Bedessems Barber Shop Best Motors Inc-Ford Parts and Service Bicknell and Holland, Attorneys Bloom Distributing Co. Bregels Style Shop Caldwell Hospital Coast To Coast Store Leo Cooper Plumber Community Oil Co. Cornwell Drug Co. Cresent Dairy Day County Motor Service Co. Dr. A. L. Deeble, Dentist Deluxe Dry Cleaners A. E. Distad, Registrar of Deeds Dr. R. L. Dowd D. C. Last Side Garage Elevator Store Elmer Engebritson, Lawyer Estwick Bros. Store Evan's D-X Station and Cafe Farmers Hatchery Farmers Supply Co. Fickler's Texaco Service Fiksdahl Funeral Service A. C. Flagstad, County Auditor Foss Electrict Co. Gamb1e's Store, George Wulff Prop. Gandy's Garage Frank Gellerman, Home Appliances E. E. Gelhaus General Mills Inc.-Farm Service Division Gerriets Radio Service Gray's Studio A. L. Gulstine, Better Clothes for Less Halbkat Drug Store Hammabacher Implement Co. E. M. House Insurance Hanson Plumbing and Heating Happe's Cafe Rex Harris, Attorneys D. J. Hedman and Co. Hellands Barber Shop Helmer Hoven, Treasurer Dr. Huber, Dentist and Surgeon Willard R. Hume, Clerk of Courts Knaprs Cafe and Bakery Krogstad Cleaners O Koenig Blacksmith Shop Lamperts Lumber Co. Lampert.Hnrdware Lanager Implement Co. Levy's Store Locke and Son Mahlen Motor Sales and Pontiac Service Majestic Cafe Marshall Wells Store Merry's Beauty Shop Mohs Furniture and Funeral Service Pete Monzel Co. Pop and National Tea Food Store Nelson Standard Service E. A. Nerger Co, North American Creamery Northwestern Public Service Al. O'Connel, County Extension Agent E. C. Opliger County Superintendent Pacific Grain Co. Peabody Clinic Peabody Memorial Hospital Pearson's Store E. H. Peters Herb Peterson Oil Co. Red and Vhite Market Red Owl Food Stores Remily's Beauty Salon Reporter and Farmer Herb Roth, Skelges Sanitary Barber Shop, G. 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