Vol.2..Norwegian Farmer’s Son..April 24th

April 24th……..“DID YOUR MINNESOTA HIGH SCHOOL HAVE AN ANNUAL YEARBOOK”? “WHAT WAS IT CALLED”?

POEM – “Rambling Through The Rambler” by N. Elliott Noorlun

Elliott’s big sister Rosemary. Born May of 1946 till July of 1989. ><>

In the velveted vernal veil of time,

Month of May to be precise,

There came to this world, Upon a pink cloud,

The essence of cuteness and nice.

Rosemary and big brother, Lowell, sure had a lot of fun together as they grew up on the Noorlun farm!!! πŸ˜‰

As years went along, Enjoying life’s song,

Our big sister was up for the joy!

She and her brother, Shared many a laugh,

Even though he was just an old “boy”! πŸ˜‰

Rosie made a new friend, Around every bend,

As her fun Grade School years flew on by.

But when High School began, She was really a fan,

With her buddies, She really could fly.

Elliott’s lovely big sister, Rosie, is the dark-haired gal in the center of this Girl’s Athletic Association gathering at Kiester High School in Kiester, Minnesota. Class Year 1960 – 1961.

To capture each year, Came a book full of cheer,

Stocked with photos to capture each treasure.

Times at games, Or in class, For each lad and lass,

Golden moments beyond any measure.

Rosemary’s Graduating Year “Rambler” Yearbook.

Rambling through the “Rambler”, Was so full of fun,

For all “Bulldogs”, No matter the gender.

Golden memories made, Throughout every school Grade,

Brought out pens to record every lender,

One of many autograph writings in Rosemary’s “Ramblers” over the years.

Pens and pencils were shared, By each classmate who cared,

To write down moments that touched their own heart.

And as years flew on by, Each “Bulldog” gal n guy,

Mused on memories where good times did start.

So as we all ponder, Upon times back in yonder,

Old days that seemed a moment ago.

We’ll read all those writings, And the photos of sightings,

When fun youth-filled memories’d flow!!! πŸ˜‰

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