WELLS? WELL! Orson Wells [sic] might not have been flattered, but the senior class night program was design[ed] as a possible imitation of his ideas. The audience was taken 2,000 years into the future and by means of radio and television, had a look back at the class of '43.
Bernhard Erling was master of ceremonies. The class history was read by Dwain Johnson, the class will by May Fosnes; music by Ralf Runquist on the oboe, vocal solos by Rosemary Le Vaque and Gordon Nelson. A skit, in the form of a take-off on a faculty meeting was presented by a number of the seniors. It must have been Orson Wells idea.
THE GUSTAVIAN WEEKLY, St. Peter, Minnesota, June 2, 1943