April 20, 1950 Spotlite
Dutch Theme Used At Junior-Senior Banquet Tuesday
Ardella Frahm and Vernon Godiksen were crowned queen and king of the annual
Junior-Senior banquet at the Legion hall on Monday evening. They were chosen by
popular vote of the junior class, and were crowned at the beginning of the
dance program by Stanley Frahm and Phyllis Jensen.
Stanley Frahm acted as master of ceremonies for the banquet served by members
of the Legion auxiliary. Marlene Lohmeier, president of the junior class,
extended the welcome, and Charles Fielweber, senior president, responded, Orville
W. Harris spoke briefly in behalf of the faculty.
A junior sextet sang for the group and Phyllis Jensen presented a humorous
lecture on good manners. Marilyn
Popp read the senior will and LaVonne Hargens,
the class history. Joann Wilhelm gave the prophecy.
Leon Hugeback, Dick Zerwas, Russell Spies, Roger Nielsen, Deanes Rowedder,
Joyce Stuhr, Lois Struve, Adele Gray, Mardelle Bonnesen,
and Genelle Kruse were sophomores acting as waiters. They were attired in Dutch
costume, and entertained with a dance and soundless movie.
Deanes Rowedder sang a vocal solo and Dick Zerwas played a trumpet solo.
Decorations for the event followed a Dutch theme.
Following the dinner, the group danced to the music of Earl Russell and his
orchestra. Faculty members were guests at the banquet, as well as all juniors