Ramsey Jr High Ninth Grade PhotoJean Lindgren Moskalik unearthed this gem.
If you were a Ramsey Jr High student, do you remember standing on the bleachers in 1961? You will be amazed how many faces you'll recognize in this photo.
Click here to view the Ramsey Jr High Ninth Grade Photo
The Grist was our school newspaper and was named after the huge stone wheel used to grind wheat into flour during the milling process. The Grist presented world events from a student perspective and covered student issues, activities and humor. It was staffed by students under the direction of a faculty advisor.
Special editions of the Grist have been produced to commemorate school anniversaries, and the pdf files can be downloaded here.
Click here to view 50th Anniversary Grist - 1976
Click here to view 70th Anniversary Grist - 1996 (pages 1-14 of 20)
Click here to view 70th Anniversary Grist - 1996 (pages 15-20)
Click here to view 75th Anniversary Grist - 2001
The final Grist published before our graduation was dedicated to the Class of 1964.
Click here to view the June 9, 1964 Grist
Every April Fool's Day the Wathhburn Gritht was published.
Click here to view the April 1, 1964 Wathhburn Gritht
Every graduating class created a Last Will & Prophecy. This was ours.
Click here to view the June 8, 1964 Last Will & Prophecy
Here are programs from Take Her, She's Mine and the 1964 Millwheels production.
Click here to view Take Her, She's Mine program
Click here to view 1964 Millwheels program
Here is our Commencement program in two parts. When folded it measured 5.5 x 8.5, but when unfolded measures 11 x 17.
Click here for Commencement Program, part 1
Click here for Commencement Program, part 2