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1966

Mankato High School

Mankato, Minnesota

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The sound o f the bell, Robby’s, bridge in Mr.

H a kes’ room, Oreos, pep (? ) fests, the candystand

mob, Tannigans, the ballroom, June 10th

. . . Tim es to remember; times to forget.

Route 66, a time o f events, people and purpose.

M ore than ju st a direction, Route 66 symbolizes

a particular phase o f our life which we go

through only once. T his is Route 66, a unique

time in our lives fo r the unique way we are.

C O N T E N T S

Academics 8

Student Life 34

A ctivities 54

Sports 80

Classes 98

Index 149

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Scarlets— score

Students— swing



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C A N D Y CURTIS TRIES h e r lu c k a t o p e n in g h e r lo c k e r fo r th e firs t tinne w ith

th e a s s is ta n c e o f h e r m o th e r.

MRS. LUCILLE F IT Z S IM M O N S in tro d u c e s n e w s e n io r p re - c o lle g e E n g lis h

stu d e n ts to th e ir te x tb o o k s , w h ile th e ir g u id e s lo o k on.

N ew students oriented to M H S

I N C O M IN G sophom ores and new tra n sfe r students had the

chance to get a cquainte d w ith M HS and to meet th e ir teachers

d u rin g the a n nual O rie n ta tio n O pen House held on Sept. 3.

A fte r a mass in tro d u c to ry m eeting in the a u d ito riu m , the students

and th e ir parents w ent th ro u g h the schedules o f classes fo r the

com ing ye a r. They w e re given 10 minutes in each class, d u rin g

which tim e the teachers e xp la in e d the course. Junior and senior

guides w ere posted in the halls re a d y to give assistance in fin d ­

ing teachers and th e ir respective room s. A fte r the " d a y " was

c o m p le te d , refreshm ents w e re served in the ca fe te ria .

L Y N N EDDY DIRECTS D u a n e M a n th e a n d his p a re n ts to th e r ig h t

ro o m .

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Sophs experiment with English 3200

H UCKLEBERRY Finn, research p a p e rs, a n d b o o k discussions —

these a re just a fe w o f the o b stacles th a t each M H S student faces

in his study o f English d u rin g his three y e a rs o f the subject. He

can choose fro m p re -c o lle g e , s ta n d a rd o r p ra c tic a l, d e p e n d in g

upon his purpose.

A new a p p ro a c h to g ra m m a r w as used fo r the firs t tim e in som e

o f the s o p h o m o re classes. The p ro g ra m , c a lle d English 3 2 0 0 ,

a llo w s the p u p il to g o a t his ow n ra te a n d to co n ce n tra te on his

ow n w e a k spots. A lo n g w ith th e ir study o f lite ra tu re o f the

M e d ie v a l A g e , a fe w se n io r sections sang O ld English B a lla d s to

the a c c o m p a n im e n t o f a g u ita r.

L e a rn in g h o w to w rite co n cise ly a n d to be c ritic a l students o f

news m e d ia w as the a im o f jo u rn a lis m classes. The students also

studied the n e w sp a p e r a n d y e a rb o o k in o rd e r to p re p a re fo r

p o sitio n s on the school p u b lic a tio n staffs.

E N G L IS H T E A C H E R J O Y C E L a rs o n p a u s e s to a n s w e r a s tu d e n t's q u e s tio n .

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O U R N A L IS M S T U D E N T S JERRY G r o n a u , J e a n n e W a r n e r a n d B a rb S m ith p o s e w ith U .S . S e n a to r

W a lt e r M o n d a le d u r in g h is p re s s c o n fe r e n c e a t th e In n T o w n e m o te l.

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ART STU D E N TS USED v a r ie d m a te ria ls in th e ir c o u rs e o f s tu d y . H e re , a s tu d e n t c o n te m p la te s h e r w o rk .

Art develops creative talents

A RT students a t M a n k a to high keep up w ith an active schedule

th ro u g h the school year. They a re ca lle d on to use th e ir talents in

va rio u s fie ld s, such as d ra w in g posters, w o rk in g on Ju n io r Class,

O ne-A ct, a n d S enior Class p lays and m aking signs.

A rt I is a study o f design, e xposing students to a ll m edias o f art.

A rt II and A rt 111 s p e cia lize in c e rta in fie ld s o f study. A rt II is a

survey o f sculpture, ceram ics and je w e lry. A rt III is a study o f

m odern a rt, som e sculpture and oils and a d ve rtisin g . A lso, A rt

III students, to r the firs t tim e, to o k on a m a jo r p ro je c t o f each

person's choosing.

J U N IO R M ARY J O V A A G m a ke s a p ie c e o ( je w e lry in a r t d o s s .


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W H IL E L O O K IN G O V E R h e r s h o u ld e r , P e g g y B o lle n b a c h e r c a r e f u lly ste e rs h e r c a r b a c k w a rd s .

H ISTORY classes to o k a d v a n ta g e o f visual a id s in a d d itio n to

th e ir re g u la r te xtb o o ks. N e w film s a n d film strips w e re a d d e d to

the te a chin g p ro g ra m a lre a d y in use.

M H S e m p lo y s e ig h t teachers to teach its students a b o u t the

h isto ry o f the U nited States a n d the w o rld . S eniors study in depth

the U nited States g o v e rn m e n t a n d so cia l p ro b le m s. Juniors study

W o r ld H is to ry , a n d so p h o m o re s, the h isto ry o f the U nited States.

C A R O L A D A M S A N D T u rk A n d e rs o n ta k e a d v a n ta g e o f a s tu d y

p e r io d in K a rl A d o lp h s o n 's W o r ld H is to ry cla ss.

TH E V IET N A M s itu a tio n is th e to p ic t o r d is c u s s io n in B ill Sch im -

m e l's S o c ia l S c ie n c e cla ss.

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Experimenting

T O D D K E N W A R D PERFORMS a n o il d r o p le t e x p e rim e n t in his p h ysics class.

M IK E PATTER SO N D ILIG E N T LY w o rk s on w r itin g a g o o d C h e m S tu d y te st.

A D V A N C E D B IO L O G Y STU D E N TS H a r o ld Evans a n d John

A d o lp h s o n d o a g ra m s ta in u n d e r th e s u p e rv is io n o f H e r

shel S ie b ra s s , th e ir in s tru c to r.

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timulates thought

BRUCE D e P E W ILLUSTRATES th e s tru c tu re o f a skew q u a d r ila t e r a l to

s o p h o m o re s L o rry F re d ric k a n d S h a ri O liv e r.

W ITH m ore em phasis p la c e d on e x p e rim e n ta tio n , the A d ­

vanced B io lo g y course e x p a n d e d into a tw o-class re a lity this

y e a r, A new te x tb o o k , the second o f the BSCS series, e xte nded

the a re a s o f study co v e re d in the firs t y e a r. B io lo g y in tro d u ce d

its students to the science o f life a n d to som e o f the fu n d a m e n ta l

la b o ra to ry p ro ce d u re s.

W h ile chem istry students s tru g g le d to m e m o riz e sym bo ls a n d

e q u a tio n s, C ham S tudy classes w e re fa c e d w ith the c h a lle n g e o f

o p e n -b o o k tests. These tests, d e sig n ed to p ro d u c e th o u g h t in ­

stead o f facts, p ro v e d to be h a rd to g e t used to fo r m any students.

In physics the tre n d w as to w a rd the PSSC course as tw o m ore

classes o f it w e re a d d e d to the cu rric u lu m . The basis o f the

c ourse w as e xp e rim e n ts in v o lv in g p o ra la x , tria n g u la tio n and

o th e r basic m ethods.

In the m ath fie ld , tw o types o f courses a re o ffe re d a t M H S.

S M S G p ro v id e s the student w ith the m o d e rn a p p ro a c h , w h ile the

s ta n d a rd m aths present the tra d itio n a l a p p ro a c h .

TH E M A T H TEST m u st h a v e b e e n h a r d b y th e lo o k o n R a y R a p p 's fa c e as h e h a n d s in h is p a p e r to J a m e s H a n n e m a n .

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D IS C U S S IO N S PLAY A b ig p a r t in th e H u m a n itie s cla sses. H e re D a n A k e rs o n exp re s s e s his v ie w s o n P la to 's

D ia lo g u e s , w h ile Lee S p e lb r in k a n d M e re d ith N e ls o n lis te n .

Fine Arts enrich

A select g ro u p o f seniors in five classes studied the H um onities,

w hich asks and tries to answ er basic questions and challenges

students to think up th e ir ow n answers.

For the first tim e, speech students gave talks on closed circuit

television. This e n a b le d them to better observe themselves.

Latin I students b a sic a lly le a rn e d g ra m m a r, w h ile Latin II students

read a b o u t C a esar and studied m yth o lo g y. C ice ro 's Letters

and O ra tio n s and O v id 's M eta m o rp o se w e re read by th ird

y e a r students. In G e rm a n classes, students m ade and b ro u g h t

G e rm a n fo o d s such as the pastry, Stollen.

Two new spapers, B onjour and C hez N ous, w hich had records to

go a lo n g w ith them, w e re used to r the first tim e in French classes.

First and second y e a r Spanish students co ncentrated on v o c a b ­

u la ry and g ra m m a r, w h ile th ird y e a r students d iscovered the

lite ra tu re o f S panish-speaking countries.

FOR HER H U M A N IT IE S p r o ie c t, K ris B e rg serves a G re e k b a n q u e t to h e r

cla ss. E ve ry s tu d e n t m ust d o o n e p ro je c t d u r in g th e y e a r.


J O H N FO RTIER A N D S u e B o o n s fro v ie w a n e x a m p le o f R o m a n

a r c h ite c tu r e in t h e ir L a tin c la ss.

high school life

G

E T T IN G FR O M th e r e g u la r c la ss r o u tin e , J o le e n

H e n d le y oncJ D a n a W o o ld ric J g e s a m p le F re n c h fo o d s .

SPEEC H S T U D E N T J A N G r e e le y c o n c e n tra te s o n g iv in g a g o o d t a lk .

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T Y P IN G classes used a speed and accuracy a p p ro a ch . They

have 0 new te x tb o o k calle d T w e n tie th C e n tu ry T y p e w ritin g . It

is on experim ent in directions. Instead o f receiving them fro m the

teacher, the directions a re in the b o o k. G e n e ra l cle rica l and

secretarial o ffic e classes had a w eek o f d a ta processing a d d ed

to the courses. S horthand II had a new te x tb o o k which has the

revised fo rm o f G re g g shorthand. B o okkeeping teaches p rin c i­

ples, ca re fu l thinking, neatness, budge tin g and business.

Interested in M HS and v o ca tio n a l students, the guid a nce d e ­

p artm ent is alw ays re a d y and w illin g to counsel them. Seniors

e specia lly need help concerning co lle g e and future plans. Test

scores and scholarships com e through the guid a nce o ffice .

In o rd e r to help teachers c a rry out th e ir p ro g ra m s, the lib ra ry

now has 1 0 ,500 volum es and 2 8 0 p h o n o g ra p h records. Twelve

students volunteered th e ir services as assistant lib ra ria n s d u rin g

th e ir study hall each day.

C H U C K M A L W IT Z SEAR CHES to r a b o o k to s u it h is o w n in te re s ts .

E LTO N S C H O E N R O C K KEEPS a w a tc h fu l e y e o u t f o r h u n t-a n d p e c k ty p is ts .

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Textbooks present new methods

M IS S C A T H E R IN E P IN N E Y g iv e s a s s is ta n c e to C h ris J o h n s o n c o n c e rn in g c o lle g e p la n s .

P E N N Y S A IK I L O O K S t h r o u g h c o lle g e c a ta lo g u e s f o r in fo r m a tio n r e g a r d in g n e x t y e a r 's c o lle g e p la n s .


D U R IN G PHY. ED. cla ss, s o p h o m o re J e a n K o w c e u n c a r e f u lly a im s h e r a rro w , h o p in g fo r a b u ll's e y e .

Where the action is!

A IM IN G to w a rd the g o a l o f m aking every student m ore physic

a lly fit, the physical educatio n d e p a rtm e n t o ffe re d a v a rie ty o f

sports and activities. In the g irls ' classes m ore em phasis w as put

on d u a l sports, such as tennis and b a d m in to n , in a d d itio n to the

re g u la r team sports. W h e re a s in o th er years the classes trave le d

to the b o w lin g a lleys to r th e ir b o w lin g unit, this y e a r special

a rra n g e m e n ts w e re m ade so that students could b o w l in the

gym nasium .

Stressing consum er b u yin g and hom e m anagem ent, the home

econom ics classes w e re a id e d in th e ir studies b y fie ld trips to

fu rn itu re , g ro c e ry and y a rd g o o d stores.

The second y e a r o f re q u ire d health classes saw a ll o f the sopho

m ores ta k in g the subject. W ith much o f the course co ncerning

m ental health, a select g ro u p o f students, under the d ire c tio n o f

M rs. H a rrie t T hornby, to u re d the State H osp ita l at St. Peter.

BILL T H O M P S O N A N D D e n n is B o d e d e m o n s tra te a

n e w a ir s p lin t to f e llo w h e a lth cla ss s tu d e n ts .

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AT L A N D K A M E R 'S FU R N IT U R E s to re in d o w n to w n M a n k a to , M a rle n e W i l ­

son a n d L in d a A lle n e x a n n in e d iff e r e n t g r a in s o f w o o d .

P E G G Y A N D E R S O N C H E C K S th e le n g th o f a s k irt to g e t th e c o rre c t

m e a s u re m e n t f o r a H o m e Ec. p r o je c t.

M IK E R E IL A N D H A S a to p s y - tu r v y v ie w o f P h y. Ed.

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D R A F T IN G CLASSES C O VER m a n y a re a s o f s tu d y . B ra d N o rd g re n c o n c e n tra te s on a b lu e p r in t in a r c h ite c tu r a l d r a w in g .

A B O V E - D A V E R O D E N w o rk s a t a lo th e , w h ile h is in s tru c to r,

N o r b e r l S c h o e tu o c k , a d v is e s , LEFT Toni H o k a n s o n , a w e ld in g

s tu d e n t, a p p lie s h is s k ills , R IG H T R o g e r P a n z e r s te a d ie s th e

w h e t'l os he le a rn s to a lig n w h e e ls in h is a u to m o tiv e c ourse.

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Vocational school awaits move

A M O N G plans fo r cu rric u lu m changes a re those fo r b u ild in g a

new a re a V o c a tio n a l school. A t the present tim e th e re a re 4 1 2

high school students e n ro lle d in d a y -tim e courses. The v o c a tio n a l

d e p a rtm e n t is a lso in c h a rg e o f H om e Econom ics a n d O c c u p a ­

tio n a l Relations.

A citize n 's a d v is o ry com m itte e , a p p o in te d b y the b o a rd o f e d u ­

c a tio n , has re co m m e n d e d th a t an e n la rg e d school be b u ilt. It

w o u ld be a V o c a tio n a l-T e c h n o lo g y school fo r post high school

students. If a n d w hen the o ld b u ild in g is re lie v e d o f the c ro w d e d

situ a tio n it is n o w fa c e d w ith , m a n y changes w ill ta k e p la ce . The

in d u s tria l arts a n d o th e r s im ila r d e p a rtm e n ts w ill e n la rg e . A lso ,

the high school A u d io -V is u a l d e p a rtm e n t, lib r a ry w o rk ro o m ,

a n d p o s s ib ly som e a d m in is tra tiv e o ffic e s w o u ld be m oved to the

o ld v o c a tio n a l b u ild in g .

S ta rtin g this y e a r, v o c a tio n a l students w e re o ffe re d an in d u s tria l

arts course w hich m et o n ly o n e h o u r p e r d a y . T here w e re also

tw o m o re classes o f p o w e r m echanics.

J U D Y N IE L S E N , T A K IN G p a r t in th e O c c u p a t io n a l R e la tio n s p r o g r a m ,

h e lp s o u t in K a to h ig h 's A u d io V is u a l d e p a r tm e n t.


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S u p e r in te n d e n t o f S chools

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M H S auditorium

S C H O O L B O A R D -S E A T E D ; M rs., C. D. N e ls o n , V e rn a rd L u n d in a n d E lm e r F ritts . S T A N D IN G ; W illia m N ig g ,

T hom a s A d a m s , K e lto n G a g e , E w a rd B u d d e a n d E u g e n e B e n son.

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L U V E R N E BJERKE

D ire c to r o f A u d io -V is u a l Educ

a tio n

F R A N K K A L IN

D ire c to r o f V o c a tio n a l S ch o o l

A . A . S C H W IE G E R

Business M a n a g e r

L O O K IN G LIKE HER s tu d e n ts , E n g lis h

te a c h e r M rs. M a ry H a u g e n g e ts in to

th e s w in g o f H o b o d a y .

DR. J A C K S JO S T R O M

C u rric u lu m C o o rd in a to r

A L V IN V IC K

A d m in is tra tiv e A ssista nt

J O H N V O T C A

C o o r d in a t o r o f V o c a tio n a l

S ch o o l

JA M E S A D A M S

A rt

KARL A D O L P H S O N

W o r ld H is to ry

mrsts its seams

B A C K A C H E S b e ca m e a co m m o n c o m p la in t this y e a r os assem ­

b lies a n d lyceum s w e re held in the g ym n a siu m instead o f the

a u d ito riu m . For the firs t tim e students h a d to ta ke c e rta in routes

d o w n to the g ym to a v o id co n g e stio n in the halls.

E n ro llm en t in crease d fro m 1 ,1 9 8 to 1 ,2 6 0 this y e a r. A ll three

classes surpassed the 4 0 0 m a rk , w h ile the se n io r class h a d the

g re a te st increa se w ith a b o u t 5 0 tra n s fe r students. The school

d is tric t is c o n s id e rin g b u ild in g a second high school.

W ith cla ssroom s used e v e ry h o u r o f the d a y , teache rs w e re

chased o u t o f th e ir cla ssroom s d u rin g fre e p e rio d s .

Luverne B je rke re p la c e d C. J. A rn o ld as D ire c to r o f A u d io -V is u ­

a l e d u c a tio n fo r the system.

W illia m N ig g , as s u p e rin te n d e n t o f D istrict 7 7 p u b lic schools,

saw the c o m p le tio n o f H o o v e r e le m e n ta ry school.

H A R O L D A G A

A u to M e ch a n ics

V ID A A L E X A N D E R

O c c u p a tio n a l Relations,

English, M D V C

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Administration adds four new

LeROY ASCHE

G uid a n ce

W A L D O ASP

H um anities

LEE BALL

D ire c to r o f Physical Ed-

ucatio n. Health

JA C K B E N G T S O N

Business Education

MRS. IN E L LA BU R N S

English

M IS S BERTRAM

C A N N A D A Y

E n g lis h , S e n io r C la s s

A d viser

JAM ES BERG

O rche stra

M IS S ELEO N O R

BIEBL

M ath em a tics

MRS. V IR G IN IA BIRD

English, Spanish

M IS S BETH B IS H O P

M ath em a tics

MRS. J O A N

C H R IS T E N S E N

B io lo g y

MRS. A D A D E N N IS

U.S. H isto ry, English

BRUCE D e P E W

M o th e m a tics, IRO

S C O T T N E L S O N LO O K S o v e r a te st fo r his jo u rn a lis m s tu d e n ts

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caching positions

A l t h o u g h o n ly fiv e fa c u lty m em bers w e re re p la c e d this

y e a r, a to ta l o f 10 w e re a d d e d to the staff. G o rd o n Fuller w as

a d d e d to the counselin g sta ff, a n d N o rm a n G u llic k s o n becam e

A u d io -V is u a l c o o rd in a to r.

M RS. M ARY

DIC K M E YER

G irls ' P hysical E ducation

M RS. LUCILLE

F IT Z S IM M O N S

English

The lib r a ry sta ff w a s in crease d b y M rs. Ruth M a x e y . W a ld o A sp

to o k o ve r M a rtin W iltg e n 's p o sitio n as hum anities in structor.

M rs. V irg in ia B ird , M iss Jo yce Larson a n d Ken R ockvam w e re

a d d e d to the English d e p a rtm e n t. Roy Stephens to o k a y e a r's

leave o f absence, w h ile D uane M e ttle r to o k his p la ce as d riv e r

e d u c a tio n in stru cto r. T w o b io lo g y teachers w e re h ire d , M rs.

Joan C hristensen a n d R ichard R ohloff. M r. R o h lo ff a lso teaches

phy. ed. a n d coaches sw im m ing.

K E N N E T H R O C K V A M IN S T R U C T S h is s tu d e n ts fro m a c o m fo r ta b le s ittin g p o s itio n .

R O G ER FR A N K E

S peech, S e n io r G loss

P lay, D e clam , Thespians

t : . yifs

G O R D O N FULLER

G u id a n c e , S t u d e n t

C o u n c il A d v is e r

ROBERT G A A R D E R

E co nom ic G e o g ra p h y ,

S o c ia l Science, Basketb

a ll

N O R M A N

......r s -

io r C lass A d v is e r V isual B a s k e tb a ll, M c lu b

N O R D E E N E

JA M E S H A N N E M A N

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MRS. M ARY H A U G E N

English

PAUL HERZBERG

C h em istry

M ISS M ARG AR ET

H O B A R T

L ib ra ria n

PH ILIP IVERSLIE

S o cial Science, Senior

C lass A d viser

ED W A R D J O H N S O N

S a fety, Physical Education,

Recreation

--

M IS S LUCY JO YCE

Latin, JCL, S o p h o m o re

C loss A d viser

Arnold retires

LU VER NE KLAR

P h y s ic a l E d u c a tio n ,

W re s tlin g , Baseball

D U R IN G TH EIR FREE p e r io d , J o c k B e n g ts o n , K a rl

A d o lp h s o n , a n d J o h n Larson e n jo y r e a d in g a c u rre n t

m o a a z in e in th e m e n 's lo u n g e .

M E L V IN K N U T S O N

V o c a l M usic, M usic C o ­

o rd in a to r

R E U B EN K O E N IG

Physics

J O H N LA R S O N

U.S. H is to ry , B a seball


M IS S JO Y C E LA R S O N

English

M RS. ELOISE L A Y M A N

H o m e Econom ics

R IC H A R D R O H L O F F G O E S in to h ib e r n a t io n a f t e r a n e x h a u s tin g h o b o d a y .

from long M H S career

M RS. M A R IO N

L IT C H E N B E R G

G irls ' P hysical E d ucatio

n , G irls ' S p orts

T HREE M H S te a chers to o k a b re a k fro m te a c h in g this y e a r to

fu rth e r th e ir e d u c a tio n in each o f th e ir respective fie ld s . M ik e

N a y lo n , b io lo g y in stru cto r, a tte n d e d State C o lle g e o f Io w a in

C e d a r Falls on a N o tio n a l S cience fo u n d a tio n g ra n t. Receiving a

John H a y F ellow ship to the U n iv e rs ity o f C h ic a g o w as hum anities

te a c h e r M a rtin W iltg e n . A ls o g o n e fo r the y e a r w a s Ray S tephens,

d riv e r e d u c a tio n in stru cto r. C. J. A rn o ld re tire d fro m his

p o s itio n as D ire c to r o f A u d io -V is u a l E ducation a fte r 41 y e a rs at

M H S . A n o th e r le a v in g the M H S fa c u lty w as M rs. R osalie T ru a x,

M RS. R U TH M AXEY

L ib ra ria n

so p h o m o re English te a cher.

D U A N E METTLER

D riv e r T ra in in g

W IL L IA M M IC K E L S O N

B u s in e s s E d u c a tio n ,

F o o tb a ll, B a s k e tb a ll

D O N A L D M ILLER

M a th e m a tic s , F o o tb a ll,

G y m n a stics

R A G N A R M O E N

M a c h in e S hop

H A R O L D M O N T Z K A

E lectron ics

MRS. LORETTA

M U L R O O N E Y

French

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Karl Aaberg presides over SW M E A

SCOTT N E LS O N

E n g lis h , J o u rn a lis m ,

O to k n a m , H igh News

MRS. BE U LA H N O E L

H om e Econom ics, FHA

ROBERT

N O R T H E N S C O L D

Band

M RS

LUCILE

N O R T H R O P

Speech C o rre c tio n

TEACHER S PREFER S T A N D IN G d u r in g lyce u m s to s ittin g o n th e h a r d b le a c h e rs .

M IS S C A T H E R IN E

P IN N E Y

G u id a n c e

MRS. M A R IO N

PO W ER S

ROBERT R ENNER

English, J u n io r C lass MRS, EVA Q U IR A M In d u s t r ia l D r a w in g ,

Play, D e clom , Thespians N u rse G e n e ra l M e ta ls

LYLE ROBERTS

W o r ld H isto ry

K E N N E T H R O C K V A M

English, D e bate

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M A N Y M H S teachers have a tte n d e d n o ta b le schools. Som e o f

them in clu d e D ra k e unive rsity, Eastman S chool o f M usic, M id -

d le b u ry c o lle g e . N o rth w e ste rn unive rsity, a n d W illia m and

M a ry co lle g e . N o rm a n G u llic k s o n a tte n d e d the U n ive rsity o f

A la s k a , a n d he a lso ta u g h t in A la s k a . A p p ro x im a te ly 75 p e r

R IC H A R D R O H LO FF

B io lo g y , B oys' Physical

E d u catio n , S w im m in g ,

F o o tb a ll

M RS. S A R A ROSE

L ib ra ria n

H A R A L D S A N D H O F F

A g ric u ltu re , Farm S hop,

FFA

cent o f the te a chers have ta ke n e ith e r u n d e rg ra d u a te o r g ra d u ­

ate courses a t M a n k a to State co lle g e .

The S outhw est M E A co n ve ntio n e lected K arl A a b e rg , Chem

S tudy te a c h e r, as its p re sid e n t fo r 1 9 6 6 a n d 1967. This y e a r's

ra lly w as held in M a n k a to . A t the fin a l g e n e ra l a ssem bly the

M H S c h o ir g a v e a concert.

In th e ir s p a re tim e, fa c u lty m em bers ta k e up v a rie d h o b bies

and interests. M rs. Lucille FitzS im m ons d irects a g ro u p o f her

nieces a n d nephew s w hich is c a lle d the "F itzse xte t. H o b b ie s

in clu d e h o rs e b a c k rid in g , sportsca rs, rose plants, a n d g o in g to

the Tw ins a n d V ik in g s gam es. A m o n g the v e ry fa v o rite s a re

fis h in g , p o litic s , g o o d co n ve rs a tio n a n d m ost o f a ll g ivm g tests!

W IL L IA M S C H IM M E L

S o c ia l Science, C ross

C o u n try

H E L P IN G C O A C H D O N M ille r ( r ig h t ) e a t his h o t a f t e r a F r id a y m o rn in g p e p fe s t, a r e ( le f t to

r ig h t ) G o r d y H a k e s , B ill M ic k e ls o n , a n d R ic h a rd R o h lo ff.

ELTO N

S C H O E N R O C K

Business E d u catio n , Tennis

N O R B ER T

S C H O E N R O C K

C a b in e t M a k in g , A rc h i­

t e c t u r a l D r a w in g ,

W o o d w o rk in g

H A R O L D

S C H U C H A R D

B u s in e s s E d u c a tio n ,

Yell C lu b

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MRS. M ARG AR ET

S C H W A N K L

A rt

ORVILLE S C H W A N K L

U.S. H isto ry, A thletic

D ire cto r

KARL A A B E R G LO O K S lik e fo r o n c e he has a g o o d set o f p a p e rs to c o rre c t.

MRS. PHYLLIS

SEABERN

English, Yell C lu b

D A V ID SHAFFER HERSHEL SIEBRASS ROBERT S IN G E LS T A D

G e rm a n B io lo g y , Science C lu b G u id a n c e

MRS. HARRIET

T H O R N B Y

H e alth

M IS S SYLVIA W EESE

Business Education

ROGER V^ILKER

English, S oph. D e bate

CLETU S Z IT Z M A N N

English. F o o tb a ll, Bask

e tb a ll

CLETE Z IT Z M A N N ta lk s to L o w e ll W illo c k d u r in g a n o o n h o u r g o b session.

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Staffs cater to student needs

C O O K S - M R S . C L E O F ra n c is , M rs. O lg a S to lt, M rs. V e rn a W a s h a , M rs . E v e ly n

E ric k s o n , M rs . V i M ille r , M rs. V e rn a R a sm usse n, M rs. L y le G ille t te .

C U S T O D IA N S — C R O U C H IN G : B O B Sim m oncJs, N o r b A n d e rs o n , M a rv K im b le . S T A N D ­

IN G ; G e o r g e K r e u tz e r , Les B e a v e n s , A r n ie R u d e n ic k , R a lp h A lle n , LADDER: LEFT T O

R IG H T , A r t N e w s tra n d , G e o r g e Z u e h lk e , J e r ry E d w a rd s . SE C R ETA R IES: M rs. M a v is

V e r d o o r n , M rs . N e ll S u lliv a n , M rs . R o s e m a rie E ic h e rs , M rs. D o ro th y P a v e y , M rs.

M a r g e T o m lin s o n , M rs. R uth Loe , M rs. S h ir le y G ru n d m e ie r , M rs. A u d r e y W a k n itz ,

M rs, V e lm a J o n e s o n , M rs . M a r ia n Lee.



S T U D E N T L IF E

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'V ‘ '.' ■!! i

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Queen M ary Cummiskey


Coronation highlights Homecoming

Q U E E N M A R Y ' 'S a t t e n d a n t s w e re L ynn L o o n e y , B e tta O w e n s , D a r la S w e n so n a n d K a th y W o o d . 37


S U R R O U N D IN G Q U E E N M ARY C u m m is k e y a n d h e r e s c o rt, M a rty T h o m p s o n , a re c o u rt "le m b e rs , D a n Jo h n s o n ,

L r l a S w enson , J a y B o g e n , Lynn L o o n e y , B e tta O w e n s , G a ry D a te , K a th y W o o d a n d N o rm a n N .tz k o w s k ,.

The r in g - b e a r e r is D a v id M ille r , son o f C o a c h D on M ille r .

Homecoming activities keep

E XCITEM ENT m ounted and studies w e re cast aside as everyone

put in long hours striving to m ake H om ecom ing '6 5 the best

ever.

O n Thursday the halls fille d w ith chaos as g irls in C. P. jackets

and boys w ith "g re a s e d -d o w n " h a ir p a rtic ip a te d in H o b o d a y

activities.

Tension v\/as a p p a re n t a m ong m any students as they file d mto

the gym nasium on F riday to w atch the co ro n a tio n o f their

H om ecom ing Q ueen. The suspense w as fin a lly b ro ke n as John

A d o lp h so n , Yell club president, p laced the crow n on M a ry Cumm

iskey's head. M a ry and her escort, M a rty Thom pson, a lo n g

w ith Kathy W o o d , Betta O w ens, Lynn Looney, and D a rla Swenson,

and th e ir escorts, N o rm a n N itz k o w s k i, G a ry Date, Jay

Bogen and Dan Johnson, reigned o ve r the p a ra d e , gam e and

dance.

A fte r the g am e students d anced to the music o f M y ro n Lee and

the C a d d ie s in the gym nasium .

C A R O L B IE D S C H E ID A N D P a l M c C o n v ille " w o l t i a r o u n d " a t th e H o m e c o m in g d a n c e

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J A C K B E N G T S O N 'S H O M E R O O M " w h ip s " th e re s t w ith its H o m e c o m in g f lo a t .

students on the go

STEVE W E IM E R T A N D B ru c e V ^ o te rs to n p la y a r o u n d o n H o b o d a y .

BLAIR FO W LE R , J O H N L u n d a n d T u rk

A n d e rs o n g e t a l l w o rk e d u p o v e r th e

e x c ite m e n t o n H o b o d a y .


D O ES LARRY KUDRLE th in k h e 's D a is y M a e ?

STEVE L U N D A N D M a rth a K ro o n " b o p it u p " to th e G e s tu re s ' m usic.

M ARY JO CASV^ELL a n d Rick E kstam g e t " h itc h e d " in a m a r r ia g e c e re m o n y p e r fo rm e d b y R o g e r F ra n k e .

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T O RAISE M O N E Y f o r a n IR O p r o je c t, M e re d ith N e ls o n a n d B a rb S m ith w o rk a t a b a k e s a le .

Organizations sponsor dances, sales

TH E S T U D E N T C O U N C IL s p o n s o re d m a n y a f t e r g a m e d a n c e s

w h ic h w e re h e ld in th e g y m .

S h o u t s w e re h e a rd as D a isy M aes d ra g g e d th e ir Li I A b n e rs

in to the Y M C A g ym fo r the S a d ie H a w k in 's d a n ce, w hich w as

sp o n sore d b y the Y-Teens. It w as the firs t o f its k in d to be held

fo r M H S students.

U pon e n te rin g , e v e ry o n e re ce ive d a c o rn c o b p ip e . The d e c o ra ­

tions consisted o f h a ystacks a n d an o uthouse, not to m ention a

still w h e re M o u n ta in D e w w as served.

For those w h o w e re w illin g , R oger F ra n ks, b e tte r know n as

M a rry in ' Sam , w as on h a n d to p e rfo rm a m a rria g e c e re m o n y

co m p le te w ith a license a n d rin g.

H ig h lig h t o f the e ve n in g w as the selection o f the b o y a n d g irl

w h o lo o k e d m ost lik e D a isy M a e a n d Li'l A b n e r. Rose C h risto -

pherson a n d Bill L a ra w a y w e re chosen to receive this "h o n o r

fro m a m o n g 12 fin a lis ts a t the dance.


~ 1 -

DO TTY RYDELL SLAPS J o h n T in g le y , h e r h o n e s t so n , fo r b e in g such a f a ilu r e .

‘Best of Broadway’ consists of \

KAREN N O R T H E N S C O L D PLAYS th e p o r t o f

a y o u n g b o y in "T h e O ld P iz z a M a k e r.

D IA N E S A B IN TRIES in v a in to fin is h h e r

h o m e w o rk d u r in g p la y r e h e a rs a l.


THE ENTIRE C A ST show s its a p p r e c ia t io n f o r th e a u d ie n c e in th e f in a l n u m b e r

18 skits and many laughs

IN "T H E A R T S " K a re n N o rth e n s c o ld , K a th y N e ls o n a n d Sue B e rg e x p re s s

e x tre m e c o n c e rn o v e r t h e ir sons' o c c u p o tio n s .

O ver 5 0 ju n io rs p a rtic ip a te d in this y e a r's Ju n io r C lass Ploy,

"T h e Best o f B ro a d w a y ," w h ich w as u n d er the d ire c tio n o f M rs.

M a rio n Pow ers a n d K athy K leinbeck.

.lit

The p la y , pre se n te d N o v. 1 1 -1 3 , consisted o f 18 skits w hich

w e re selections fro m v a rio u s B ro a d w a y p ro d u c tio n s . The m a ­

jo rity o f these skits w e re h u m o ro u s, such as "T h e A rts ", w h ile

others lik e "L o v e 's the S hortest D is ta n c e ," w e re on a m ore s e rious

side. M a n y o f the skits c o n ta in e d sin g in g a n d d a n cin g .

The e n tire cast p a rtic ip a te d in "L e t M e W a lk U n d e r Y o u r U m ­

b re lla W h e n it R ains," a n d in "T h e A u d ie n c e " not o n ly the e n tire

cast b u t a lso the stage hands to o k p a rt.

"T h e Best o f B ro a d w a y " w as the la rg e s t p ro d u c tio n ever

put on b y a J u n io r C lass a t M a n k a to high.

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U P O N E N T E R IN G THE d a n c e , g irls v o te d t o r t h e ir c h o ic e f o r J a c k o f H e a rts fro m c a n d id a te s B o b H o ffm a n , B o b B ig e lo w ,

B ill L a ra w a y , B ru ce P a ra d is , a n d C h ip U lr ic h , w h o w e re p re v io u s ly s e le c te d b y th e Y-Teens.

Looking glass reflects ‘Jack in Wonderland’

THE M A D H A T T E R S , F IT T IN G in w e ll w ith

th e th e m e "J a c k in W o n d e r la n d , " fu r

n is h e d m usic fo r th e d a n c e .


B O B B IG E L O W N E W L Y c ro w n e d J a c k O f H e a rts , a n d his d a te S a n d y

F lu g g a sh o w p le a s u r e a t th e o u tc o m e o f th e c o r o n a tio n .

STEVE TR Y H U S A N D C r a ig C u lle n ,

e n te r ta in m e n t p r e c e d in g th e c o r o n a tio n .

k n o w n a s th e G re e n b r ie r s , p r o v id e d

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" W -

BO YS d re s s e d in C.P, ia c k e ts a n d w h e a t je a n s c a n b e seen e v e ry w h e re .

Fashions, fads at M H S prove students

E V E R Y T H IN G SEEMS TO b e p a is le y th is

y e a r. H e re , K ip A le x a n d e r is w e a rin g a

p a is le y s h irt a n d Jim R o d e m a c h e r is

a d ju s tin g his p a is le y tie .

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P E N D A N T W A T C H E S IN m a n y s ty le s , s iz e s a n d s h a p e s

w e re p o p u la r a m o n g M H S g irls .

ire ‘in’

BELL B O T T O M S W ER E v e ry p o p u la r th is y e a r as sh o w n b y C a n d y C u rtis a n d G e o r g ia

K o ch w h ile th e y w a it f o r a b u s w ith K e ith B o e g e r.

DRESSED IN P O O R b o y s w e a te rs a n d h ip s te rs . S u e T h o m p s o n , S a lly Eva ns a n d B a rb S m ith lo o k th ro u g h

a lb u m s o f c u r r e n tly p o p u la r so n g s.


M H S students J

/ /

/

J IM ROY TAKES G a il S tje rn s tro m on a ty p ic a l d a te .

THE K A T O B A L L R O O M Is a fa v o r ite s p o t fo r S u n d a y n ig h t d a n c e s .

H e re a re D ick C a rls tro m , Tom O lm s c h e id , B a rb S h e rrill, D o n n a J o h n ­

son a n d S teve A n d e rs o n .

JO E D O T S O N , KAREN H a n s o n a n d A n n e T o lin g e t a b ite to e a t a t th e C o u n try K itc h e n , a fa v o r ite h a n g o u t fo r M H S stu d e n ts .

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swing through the year

" W H A T N O W ! " E X C LA IM S J a n e C o rls tro m os she a tte m p ts a k ic k

tu rn . J a n e is t y p ic a l o f th e m a n y M H S ski e n th u s ia s ts .

LIKE M A N Y M H S s tu d e n ts , P a u l K ro u b e tz e a rn s e x tra m o n e y b y w o rk in g p a r t-tim e .

H e re h e d is p la y s s h irts a t F is h e r's c lo th in g s to re .

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I

Point system

SE N IO R S S T A N D W IT H p r id e in fr o n t o f th e ir snow

s c u lp tu re w h ic h w o n fir s t p riz e .

A LARGE S N O W c a s tle s ta n d s in th e c e n te r o f th e g y m c a r ry in g o u t th e th e m e o f " R h a p s o d y in Ic e " a t th e d a n c e .

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ncites competition between classes

S N O W K IN G A N D Q U E E N c a n d id a te s fro m e a c h c la ss a w a it th e f in a l c o r o n a tio n . T h e y a r e s e n io rs D a n J o h n s o n

oll^d J ^ n n y J o h n s o n , iu n io r s J im F re d ric k s o n a n d E la in e T osch , a n d s o p h o m o re s M a ry M o th .s a n d J o h n L u n d .

BILL S C H IM M E L , a m e m b e r o f th e A ll- S t a r f a c u lty te a m , o u t-to s s e s th e

A ll- A m e r ic a n in th e S n o w W e e k b a s k e tb a ll g a m e .

S H O U T S O f " O r e o s !" “ Fruit L o o p s !" a n d "S e n io rs !" c o u ld be

h e a rd th ro u g h o u t S now W eel< os students co m p e te d in v a rio u s

a ctivitie s to w in points to r th e ir class. The p o in t system w as

som ething new a t M H S this y e a r a n d in cite d much co m p e titio n

betw een the classes. Points w e re c o m p ile d b y the ju d g in g o f the

snow scu lp tu re , the n u m b e r o f tickets sold fo r the g a m e , a n d the

ou tcom e o f the snow races.

A d a n ce in the g ym on S a tu rd a y n ig h t started S now W e e k o ff.

O n T ue sd a y n ig h t e v e ry o n e g a th e re d on the fo o tb a ll fie ld to

s u p p o rt his team in the snow races. This w as fo llo w e d b y a

W o r ld Series b a s k e tb a ll g a m e in -w h ic h fa c u lty m em bers c o m ­

peted a g a in s t A ll-S ta r athletes. T ale n te d students g o t th e ir

chance to p e rfo rm in the h o o te n a n n y on T hu rsd a y. Eight senior

boys dressed lik e g irls stole the show as they co m p e te d in the

Miss A m e ric a contest.

The w e e k cam e to a close on F rid a y m o rn in g w hen the fin a l

p oints w e re a n n ou n ce d a n d Jenny Johnson a n d D an Johnson,

c a n d id a te s fro m the se n io r class, w e re cro w n e d .


C O M P E T IT IO N IS G REAT as s tu d e n ts s triv e to w in p o in ts t o r th e ir classes in th e snow ra ces.

STEVE TR YHUS A C C O M P A N IE S h im s e lf o n th e g u ita r in th e h o o te n a n n y .

Mighty seniors crumble


C L IM A X IN G TH E S E N IO R v ic to r y w a s th e c o r o n a tio n o f s e n io r c a n d id a te s

D a n J o h n s o n a n d J e n n y J o h n s o n as S n o w K in g a n d Q u e e n .

Oreos, Fruit Loops

S IN G IN G H IS V E R S IO N o f " T h ro w M e a N o n n e r ," is

" S u g a r P lu m " B ro a m , w h o w a s c ro w n e d M iss A m e ric a .

A T THE

H O O T E N A N N Y , th e a u d ie n c e ta k e s p a r t b y c la p p in g a lo n g .

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STUDENT C O U N C IL — FRONT R O W ; M . C a s w e ll, C. B e n z ie , D. G ild e m e is -

te r, L. S o re b o , L. Frost, B. L u n d , D. H u n te r, C. Z u e h l, L eve rson . S E C O N D

R O W ; M . C u m m is k e y , S. O d e g a a r d , C. M o llo y , J. V ia la r d , R. L o re n tz , T.

W o o d , K. B u rc h e d e a n , J. D e z o te ll, S h e rry S h e llh o rn , B e th H a u g e n . THIRD

RO W ; H. H o le ts , J. B a rts c h , G . P ric e , B. S h e llh o rn , G . S a n d s, T. F o rd , J.

A d o lp h s o n , J. F re d ric k s o n , J. M e rlin s k i, S. L u n d , E ric P a u l. FOURTH ROW ;

R. C h e s le y , K. F ish e r, J. T in g le y , B. B ig e lo w , J. E llis , P. K ro u b e tz , D. V a n -

S te lte n , B. S te in e r, S. S w enson , D. K e lle y , B. S u g d e n , B. J ohn son.

Student Council initiates eight o’clock ;

S t a r t i n g out w ith a new adviser, G o rd o n Fuller, and plenty

o t new ideas, the M a n k a to high school student council began

a n o th e r y e a r w ith sophom o re o rie n ta tio n . It w as fo llo w e d by

tra d itio n s such as the c h a rity tree. In te rn a tio n a l D ay and Snow

W e e k. N e w activities in tro d u ce d w ere n o on-hour sock hops m

the gym and live -b and dances. A new system o t fin a l election o f

Snow W e e k king and queen candidates w as intro d u ce d . Classes

w ere given points fo r w in n in g in snow races, snow sculptures

and adva nce d ticket sales.

In a d d itio n to the o n e -h o u r-a -w e e k m eetings, 8 a.m. meetings

w e re held every o th er Tuesday. A suggestion b o x was set up in

the a ll-p u rp o s e room and the a p p le m achine w as fa ith fu lly

visited. The supply shop w as a g a in located in the student council

o ffice .

The 19 6 5 -6 6 student council, consisting o f 4 6 m em bers, w as led

b y Steve Lund, president; Linda S o re b o and B ria n Sugden,

co-vice presidents; Rosem ary Lorentz, secretary; and D ianne

G ild e m e is te r, treasurer.

STU D E N T C O U N C IL O FFICER S R o s e m a ry L o re n tz , B ria n S u g d e n , L in d a

S o re b o , Steve L u n d a n d D ia n n e G ild e m e is te r p r o v id e d le a d e r s h ip a n d

g u id a n c e fo r a succe ssfu l c o u n c il.

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M A R T H A CARR O PER ATES th e S tu d e n t C o u n c il S u p p ly S h o p

e v e ry d a y b e fo r e sch o o l a n d d u r in g lu n c h .

S T U D E N T S G Y R A TE T O s o u n d s o f r e c e n t h its a t n o o n -h o u r s o c k h o p s .

meetings

N E W S T U D E N T D A N A W id b o o m (c e n te r) is in tr o d u c e d to M r. S c h u c h a rd b y Jim

F re d ric k s o n , a m e m b e r o f th e h o s p it a lity c o m m itte e .

■- - V . • -

M EM BER S O F TH E S n o w b a ll d a n c e c o m m itte e w o rk th ro u g h d e b ris .

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Audubon, Science clubs show outdoor interests

S c ie n c e d u b kicked o ff its year's a g enda w ith a p izza p a rty

in N ovem ber. O th e r fun excursions included a to b o g g a n and ice

skating p a rty in February and a cam p in g trip in M ay.

C oncerned w ith m ore educatio n a l goals. Science club members

b o a rd e d buses on a January m orning and to o k o ff fo r a to u r o f

the M a y o clinic in Rochester.

Speakers w ere an im p o rta n t p a rt o f the club's e ffo rt to learn. A t

one m eeting Dr. W illia m Perendy, a noted p o d ia tris t in M a n k a ­

to, w as guest. A lso, a man fro m the M innesota A cadem y o f

Science spoke to interested m em bers a b o ut bio-physics.

P residing over this y e a r's A u d u b o n society w ere Brad N o rd g re n ,

president; Robin W rig h t, vice-president; and M a rth a Kroon,

secre ta ry-tre a sure r, w ho w ere elected at a club-sponsored

sw im m ing p a rty last June.

A dvisers Hershel Siebrass and Richard R ohloff headed the

y e a r's activities w hich included everything fro m a skiing trip in

m id -w in te r to a canoe trip last spring.

A U D U B O N M EM BER S MEET a t lu n c h -tim e to discuss fu tu r e trip s .

AT O N E o f th e m e e tin g s ,S c ie n c e c lu b m e m b e rs ta k e a h u m a n m a n ik in a p a r t to e x a m in e it m o re c lo s e ly .

W H IL E

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H l-Y O F F IC E R S : G L E N N A rn e s e n , c o -v ic e p r e s id e n t; N o rm N itz k o w s k i,

tre a s u r e r ; L a rry K u d r le , c o -v ic e p r e s id e n t; D e n n y K a u s , C h a p te r p r e s id e n t;

B r a d N o r d g r e n , s e c re ta ry ; B ill H a s e m a n , c h a p la in ; J o h n E llis , A ll c ity H i-Y

p r e s id e n t.

Over-nights provide fun, little sleep

H l-Y , s p o n sore d b y the Y M C A , h a d th re e ch a p te rs a t M a n k a to

high. These g ro u p s fu n c tio n e d in d e p e n d e n tly o f each o th e r, but

w e re c o o rd in a te d in th e ir a ctivitie s b y the H i-Y C o u n c il, w hich

a lso h a n d le d a ll new m em berships. S le e p -o vers a t the Y M C A

d u rin g O c to b e r, J a n u a ry a n d M a rc h w e re o p e n to a ll m em bers.

P a rticip a n ts p la y e d b a s k e tb a ll, sw am a n d ra re ly slept.

C h a p te rs ra is e d m oney b y h a vin g b a k e sales a n d c a r washes.

S ervice p ro je c ts , h a y rid e s , a n d a ca n o e tr ip p la n n e d fo r this

sum m er h e lp e d reduce the b a la n c e . Presidents this y e a r w e re

D ick C a rls tro m , B ra d N o rd g re n a n d D enny Kaus.

m e m b e r s O FFER S U G G E S T IO N S f o r th e u p c o m in g o v e r n ig h t.

H l-Y C L U B E N T H U S IA S M c lim b s to g r e a t e r h e ig h ts .

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‘Friendship’ chapters

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M a n k a to high's nine Y-teens chapters w ere active in several

areas. The g roups met in d iv id u a lly fo r m onthly meetings to plan

and c a rry out th e ir own activities, but com bined to give two

g irl-a s k -b o y dances: "S a d ie H a w kin s," held dogpatch style in

N ove m b e r and "J a c k -o f-H e a rts " in February. The groups also

conducted S a tu rday m orning p la y sessions fo r u n d erp rivile g ed

children and helped w ith the snack b a r at St. Joseph's hospital.

To finance Y-teens, service projects m em bers sold b a llo o n s at

fo o tb a ll gom es and fo o d at w restling meets.

Y-teens chapter m eetings w ere alw ays preceded by potluck

suppers. The g ro u p s held bake sales at noon and e arned m oney

w hich they used fo r their ow n com m unity projects and reducing

the e xpenditures to r th e ir entertainm ent. C lub m em bers had fun

p a rtic ip a tin g in such diverse activities as a trip to the cities, a

fo ru m on boys' o p in io n s o f g irls, horseback rid in g , to b o g g a n ­

ing, and ice skating.

P A IN T IN G POSTERS AS a d v e rtis e m e n t fo r th e Y -T ee ns' J a c k o f H e a rts

d a n c e o re G w e n Lenz a n d C a ro l Z u e h l.

C h a p te r presidents fo r this y e a r's Y-teens chapters w ere: Sandy

Flugga, Freundschaft; Linda A b b o tt, V enskab; Judy W illia m s ,

K o inonia; M a rth a Smith, Yujo; M a ry C um m iskey, A m ic iz io ; C a ro l

Keltgen, A m icito ; Karen Stier, A m itie; Kathy M cG o w a n ; V anskap;

and N icki Dudash, Bauta.

S IG H U L T IN BU YS h e r " S a d ie H a w k in s " tic k e t fro m Jo y c e J e n n in g s .

K A R E N STIER SELLS a v ic to ry b a llo o n to K a th y N e ls o n a t a f o o t b a ll g a m e .

B a llo o n s w e re re le a s e d a t k ic k o ff.

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ypijied by monthly potlucks, garrulous girls

C O U N C IL , a d v is e d b y M rs. J a c k B e n g ts o n , m e e ts to p la n d e t a ils o f tfie S a d ie H a w k in s d a n c e .

TH E Y -T E E N S

F A L L IN G O FF A s a u c e r a t th e b o tto m o f th e

h ill seem s to b e fu n f o r Y -te e n m e m b e rs

N a n c y B je r k e a n d L in d a B e rtra n d .

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High news goes ‘offset’

A big change was m ade in the publica tio n o t the High News

this year. Previously, p rintin g was done by ro llin g p a p er over an

ink fo rm fille d w ith the type and engravings. This method is

calle d letterpress. For the first tim e this y e a r the p a p e r was

p rinted by the p hoto-offset process, based on the fa ct that w ater

and o il d o n 't mix.

Staff m em bers w o rk e d in co -o p e ra tio n w ith Schuldt Printing

com p a n y, which purchased a special cam era to m ake offset

possible. S taff m em bers had to re a rra n g e the previous year's

schedule to fit the c o p y and paste-up deadlines fo r each issue.

To keep the student b o d y up to date on school and w o rld news

w as the m ain objective. An issue cam e out every tw o to three

w eeks and w as tille d w ith news, features, e d ito ria ls , cartoons

and a ctio n -p a cke d pictures.

S pecial e ditions w ere put out at H om ecom ing and C hristm as fo r

e very student. The last issue o f the y e a r w as dedica te d to the

g ra d u a tin g seniors. This year's H igh News staff included N ancy

Roth, e d ito r-in -c h ie f; S andy Flugga, m an a g in g e d ito r; C heryl

N ere, news e d ito r; Karen H a rtw e ll, e d ito ria l page e d ito r; Linda

Enke, fe a tu re e d ito r; Dick B eerling, sports e d ito r.

L IN D A EN KE, KRIS B e rg , N a n c y Roth a n d C h e ry l N e re w o rk on th e ir p a g e

a s s ig n m e n ts fo r th e H ig h N e w s.

A C T IV IT Y TICKET HO LD ERS re c e iv e p a p e rs d is tr ib u ­

te d b y H ig h N e w s s ta ffe rs .

D IS C U S S IN G E A C H P A G E , s ta ffe rs re v ie w a re c e n t issue o f th e H ig h N e w s.

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ED ITO R BETTA O W E N S , f la n k e d b y a s s o c ia te e d ito rs L in d a D ic k h o ff a n d D a r la S w e n son,

e x p la in s la y o u t ru le s to K a th y H ic k s te in a n d K a re n H a n s o n .

S E A R C H IN G FO R N E G A T IV E S in th e d a r k r o o m a r e C h ris

J o h n s o n , J e a n S c h u ld t a n d H o lly H o le ts .

Candy wrappers, empty boxes clutter 205

T hose h a ra sse d , g ro g g y -e y e d , c a n d y -m u n c h in g b e in g s seen

s c u rry in g a b o u t the h a lls, e s p e c ia lly d u rin g fo u rth h o u r, w e re

a c tu a lly o n ly m em bers o f the y e a rb o o k staff. Pages o f the b o o k

w e re sent to the p u b lis h e r to m eet fo u r d e a d lin e s , w hich d e ­

m a n d e d co n tin u e d e ffo rt a n d lo n g hours. A su p p le m e n t to the

'6 6 a n n u a l e d itio n o f the O to k n a m is put o u t in the sum m er.

As in o th e r y e a rs, the sta ff sold c a n d y e v e ry d a y a t noon to

d e cre a se cost o f the b o o k . Students re c ip ro c a te d b y p la c in g

o rd e rs fo r o v e r 1 ,1 0 0 O ta k n a m s , b re a k in g o il sales reco rd s.

a c a d e m i c s ED ITO R S BA R B L u n d , P a u la W o rn s o n e n d M a rk D ru m r e la x

f o u r th h o u r d u r in g t h e ir in fr e q u e n t s p a re m om e nts.

STAFFERS G E O R G IA K O C H , A n n e T o lin , B a rb T h o rn b y a n d B e c k y G e o r g e sell

c a n d y to s u p p le m e h t th e cost o f th e O ta k n a m .

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Broadcasts inform public of M H S news

O h , no! Is that w hat I re a lly sound like ? " This was one of the

m any reactions o f Radio W o rk s h o p mem bers as they heard their

voices com ing over the ra d io . O ne o r tw o mem bers taped p ro ­

gram s o f music, jokes and news on Tuesdays. O n the fo llo w in g

Thursday, the p ro g ra m was p la ye d over KYSM at 10;30"p^m. on

S carlet D ow nbeat. Special p ro g ra m s w ere p re p a re d fo r h o lidays

and Snow W eek.

Five-minute p ro g ra m s w ere given over KEYC by m em bers o f TV

w orkshop. The p ro g ra m s, held on Fridays at 3 :3 0 w ere presented

live. M em bers p re p a re d th e ir own presentations consisting

o f interview s and news items.

PAM T H O M P S O N TELECASTS a fiv e -m in u te p ro g ra m o f S n ow W e e k events

a t th e KEYC s tu d io .

'G U E S T ' K A R E N H A N S O N te lls a jo k e on S c a rle t D o w n b e a t, h o s te d th is w e e k b y H o lly H o le ts a n d P e n n y S a ik i,


E R IC A U E L A N D , M A R K S p rin t, K a re n N o rth e n s c o ld , B ill M o rris a n d S te ve F a n d re p r a c tic e lin e s f o r th e o n e -a c t p la y .

Thespians, A rt Club breed creativity

T H ES PIA N S c lu b w a s fo rm e d to re p la c e tw o p re vio u s o rg a n ­

iz a tio n s , the D ra m a a n d S tage clubs. M e m b e rs, w h o must have

e a rn e d 10 points b y a ctin g o r w o rk in g on lig h tin g , m ake -u p , o r

costum es, e lected M a rk D ru m , p re s id e n t a n d K athy H ickstein,

v ice -p re sid e n t. The c lu b saw a p la y in M in n e a p o lis .

The A rt clu b , also n e w ly -o rg a n iz e d , vo te d C liff Fisher, p re s i­

dent; M a rc ia A n d e rs o n , vic e -p re s id e n t; a n d C h ris Berkness,

s e c re ta ry -tre a s u re r. The g ro u p visite d the a rt museum a n d w as

re s p o n s ib le fo r the p a p e r tre e a n d p a in te d w in d o w s in the

lib r a ry a t C hristm as.

M A U R E E N LU TH E R , J A N E C a rls tro m , C a s s ie H a p k e , L o rry B la c k s ta d a n d

D ic k C a rls tro m m a k e o n e -a c t p la y s c e n e ry .

ART C L U B M E M B E R S C l if f F is h e r a n d M a rc ia A n d e rs o n h e lp p a in t w in d o w s in

th e lib r a r y a t C h ris tm a s tim e os a c lu b p r o je c t.

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DEBATE MEM BERS STEPH A N IE U le n ,

S co tt S h a w , C a ro l Z u e h l a n d M a rio n

S tav w o rk on th e ir d e b a te s in th e lib r a r y

c o n fe re n c e room s ix th h o u r.

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Students debate, speak for N F L honor

M EMBERS o f D ebate team this y e a r had to contend w ith this

statement — "R esolved; The fe d e ra l governm ent should a d o p t a

p ro g ra m o f co m p u lso ry a rb itra tio n in la b o r m anagem ent d isputes

in basic industries." O n most S aturdays one o r m ore

teams, consisting o f tw o persons on the a ffirm a tiv e side a n d tw o

on the negative side w ere sent out to local tournam ents to d e ­

bate this topic. In a d d itio n the D ebate club p la y e d host at the

M a n k a to In vita tional in D ecem ber. Then in e a rly spring it tra v ­

eled to W o rth in g to n to attend the T rojan Tournam ent. The

elected secretary o f D ebate team was S andy Paulsen.

The N a tio n a l Forensic League is an h o n o ra ry club w ith membersh

ip e a rn e d by w in n in g 25 o r m ore points th ro u g h d e b atin g ,

p a rtic ip a tin g in speech contests o r p u b lic speaking. This y e a r

NFL m em bers w ere h o n ore d at a banquet given in the spring.

NFL — FRONT R O W : L. A n d e rs e n , N . B je rk e , R. W r ig h t , D. P e sta, S. U le n , B.

B a llm a n , D. D a h l, S. P a u ls e n . R O W T W O : J. T h ie sse, C. Z u e h l, M . S ta v, M .

E rickso n , T. H e a b e r lin , T. S ta th a m , E. S p o n b e rg , B. H o lle n b a c h , C.

S c h m id t, M . M c L e a n . R O W THREE: L. T ro u th , C. R o s e n g re n , P. C o rle tt, V.

W e n z la ff, S. S h o w , K. G ilm a n , L. E n ke, R. C h ris to p h e rs o n , J. Evenson.

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JC L — FRONT R O W : M . K v ite k , J. T h o m a s , K. S ig a fu s , L, O d e g a a r d , L.

E d w a rd s K J o h n s to n . R O W T W O : D. H a ro ld s o n , C. A lle n , S. O d e g a a r d , S.

M a llis o n ! P. T h o m p s o n , M . S ta v , C. F e n s k e . R O W THREE: T. P a lm e r, B.

K e h n e r, N . M a d s o n , B. C h e s le y , P. L o r le t l, M . B a lc e r z a k , 5. A n d e rs o n , L.

Frost.

Olives, grapes, dominate Latin meetings

T HE M a n k a to H ig h school Latin clu b is c o m m o n ly know n as ttie

J u n io r C la ssica l League, o r JCL. This y e a r the JCL m em bers

a tte n d e d a state co n ve n tio n A p ril 16 w hich w a s h e ld in St. Louis

Park. The clu b , w h ich is p a rt o t a n a tio n a l o rg a n iz a tio n , also

p lans to a tte nd the A u g u st co n ve n tio n in Kentucky. P a rticip a n ts in

JCL a lso tra v e le d to W in o n a this s p rin g to r a w e e k-e n d c a m p

o u t a n d a t the end o t the y e a r the J u n io r C la ssica l League a g a in

held a g re a t fe a st a tte r w hich the pits a n d seeds w e re p ic k e d up

b y the d u tifu l slaves.

Ju n io r C la ssical League o ffic e rs to r the y e a r w e re: R obert

Kehner a n d D ia n e H a ro ld s o n , co-consuls; M a rk B a lc e rz a k ,

p ra e to r; C y n th ia A lle n , scrib e; Jayne Thom as, q u a este r; and

Pam C o rle tt, B ob C hesle y a n d John S exton; a e d ile s.

JCL O FFIC E R S — FRONT R O W ; D ia n e H a ro ld s o n a n d R o b e rt K e h n e r

c o -c o n s u ls . R O W T W O ; Pom C o r le tt, a e d ile ; J o h n S e x to n , a e d ile ; M a rk

B a lc e r z a k , p r a e to r ; R o b e rt C h e s le y , a e d ile ; C y n th ia A lle n , s c rib a ; J a n e

T h o m a s , q u a e s to r .

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PHA — SEATED: J. N itz k o w s k i, J. L o re n tz , C. B e a v e r, C. H in ik e r, C. A n d e r ­

son. S T A N D IN G : J. Thom a s, M . S e vern s, L. A n d e rs o n , P. M o rro w , R. S te in ­

b e r g , C. P e te rs o n , M . B a u e r, L. W e lc o m e , C. H a rt, D. H a a c k , K. S o re b o , L

S e xe , C. H a le , M . K v ite k , K. B e c k e l.

Future homemakers, farmers, sew, reap

V lE W IN G a style show o f fa ll fashions, serving ot the M D V C

banquet and m aking tra y fa vo rs fo r an o ld fo lk s home w ere just

a te w o f the activities c a rrie d on by m em bers o f Future H om e­

m akers o f A m e rica. O ffic e rs o f FHA included S a lly Jackson,

president; Kathy H in ike r, secretary; C a n d y Beaver, trea su re r;

Joan Thom as, historian; C onnie Peterson, p a rlia m e n ta ria n ;

and M a rle n e Severns, recreation.

FFA m em bers held m eetings once a month. A fe w o t the clubs

activities w ere: sw im m ing parties, b uying trees to r w ind breaks

and raising pheasants. FFA o ffice rs pre sid in g o ve r this year's

activities w ere: C ra ig A nderson, president; Bruce A nderson,

vice president; Roger Timm, secretary; L a rry M ille r, treasurer;

Jim H aefner and L a D a ryl Fischer, sentinels.

C A R O N LEIN ES PAUSES to th in k o f w h a t to d o

n e x t on h e r s e w in g p ro je c t.

FFA FRONT R O W : L, F re d e ric k , K. K ru e g e r, C

G o e ttlic h e r , J, H o e fn e r, J. M e rlin s k i, M , B isch, K

H a e fn e r. R O W T W O : M , R e e d , N . P e p p e r, D

P o s b rig , B. A n d e rs o n , R. T im m , L. M ille r , R

S c h e u re r, J. G in tn e r , R O W THRliE: L. F ischer, J

R e in b o ld , H, H a e fn e r, A, S c h e u re r, C. A n d e r

son, D- L e n e rtz , M , H a e fn e r.


IR O arouses international interests

T HE In te rn a tio n a l R elations O rg a n iz a tio n , co m m o n ly re fe rre d

to sim p ly as IRO, w as p ro u d to have tw o fo re ig n students as

m em bers this y e a r. The p a ir, Joelle V ia la rd , w h o cam e fro m

France, a n d Jo rg e M e rlin s k i, w h o is fro m U ru g u a y , g a ve the

clu b 's o th e r m em bers insight into h o w p e o p le o f o th e r countrie s

live a n d w h a t they a re re a lly like . John A d o lp h s o n , w h o spent

last sum m er in the P hilippines, a lso re la te d his e x p e rie n ce s fo r

the e n lig h tm e n t o f the IRO g ro u p . The IRO c lu b h a d a p ro g re s ­

sive d in n e r a n d held a p o tlu c k supper, w hich w e re both fa v o re d

w ith dishes fro m a fa r. As a m oney ra is in g p ro je c t, the IRO

sponsore d c a n d y sales th ro u g h o u t the y e a r. The p ro fits , w hich

to ta lle d m ore than $ 5 0 , w e re sent to R adio Free E urope. O ffic e rs

to r the y e a r's In te rn a tio n a l R elations O rg a n iz a tio n w e re M a rily n

M cLean, p re sid e n t; M e re d ith N e lso n , vice -p re s id e n t; E laine

Tosch, s e cre ta ry; a n d B a rb Sm ith, trea s u re r.

F O R E IG N E X C H A N G E S T U D E N T S J o rg e M e rlin s k i

a n d J o e lle V ia la r d p r o u d ly sh o w th e ir n o t io n a l

f la g s o f U r u g u a y a n d F ra n c e .

J O H N A D O L P H S O N BRAVELY ta s te s a c re p e suz-

e tte m ix tu re p r e p a r e d b y J o e lle V ia la r d .

IR O - F R O N T R O W : P. S a ik i, M . N e ls o n , M . M c L e a n , P. LincJ D_ D a h l, M

C u m m is k e v J V ia la r d , J. S a ik i, J. C h ris te n s e n , J. F ro st, D. S e x to n , C

M u ts c h . R O W T W O : B. S m ith , J. C a rls tr o m , G . O tto , L. D iliv , K.

L. S o re b o , S. S o re b o , B. H a o g e n , M . K ro o n , J.

E llis A O w e n s , S. H u n te r, G . F e n to n , V . L e v e rs o n . R O W THREE: C. B e n z ie

E T osch , W G o s e w is c h , K. H ic k s te in , S. K ro o n , N . D u d a s h , M . J o v a a g , M

B a rts c h , R. C h ris to p h e rs o n , T. W o o d , S. M a llis o n , E. U e la n d , N . Je n se n .


O R C H E S IS -F R O N T ROW : P. T h o m p so n , C. H a p k e , G . H a -

b in q e r , L. C a rp e n te r, C. K o o is tra . R O W T W O : M . C u m m iske

y, S. W ilb u r , S. D u tfy , L. B irc h , V . Leverson, J. D e z o te ll,

M . P a tte rs o n , K. S ig a tu s . R O W THREE: L. L in c o ln , M . R a d i-

c h e l, L. A d a m s , D. L in d b lo m , M . K e a rn e y , J. T h o rn b y , S.

T a n n e r, J. Y o u n g , C. C u rtis .

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V IC K I LE VER SO N , SHERRY N e ls o n , L in d a B e rtra n d , S a lly T a n n e r a n d J o a n

T h o rn b y p r e p a r e fo r th e ir D o lp h in n u m b e r " O T a n n e n b a u m " .

Dolphins, Orchesis, strive for

D O L P H IN S -F R O N T R O W : L. D ic k h o ff, K. B e rg , M . K ro o n , D. M a n e c k e , V.

L e ve rson, J. C a rls tro m , D. N e ls o n , C. M c C o n v llle , C. S tie r, D. S e x to n , M .

M a th is , J. T h o rn b y , V . L o u ru h n . R O W T W O : S. N e ls o n , R. H ib b a r d , D.

E w a lt, J. Y o u n g , L. B e rtra n d , L. D illy , S. R e a s n e r, Y. F e rg e s o n . R O W THREE:

J. S a ik i, M . R a d ic h e l, R. Z e ll, S. T a n n e r, M . K e a rn e y , S. K e lle y , K. N o r-

th e n s c o ld , J. H e n d le y , M . S tevens.

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O R C H E S IS C O -P R E S ID E N T S BA R B T h o rn b y a n d K a th y H ic k s te in le a d th e

g r o u p th ro u g h a p r a c tic e t o r " A l l T h a t J a z z .

fitness, poise

B U IL D IN G m uscles, c o -o rd in a tio n a n d poise w e re the m am

o b je ctive s to r D o lp h in s a n d O rche sis this y e a r. M ee tin g s w e re

held eoch w e e k a t w h ich m em bers e xe rcise d a n d w o rk e d on

th e ir in d iv id u a l a n d g ro u p num bers fo r the shows. In D ece m b e r,

the D o lp h in s held a show e n title d "C h ris tm a s A ro u n d The

W o r ld " a n d in M a rc h staged a show w ith a " H o lid a y s them e.

The O rche sis clu b g a ve p e rfo rm a n c e s o f " A ll That Ja z z on

F eb ru a ry 2 2 a n d 2 3 . Each clu b held try o u ts in the s p rin g a n d fa ll

w hich w e re ju d g e d b y the o ffic e rs . D o lp h in o ffic e rs w e re c o ­

p residents Kris B erg a n d M a rth a K ro o n ; s e c re ta ry , Jane C a rlstrom

; a n d p u b lic ity c h a irm a n , K aren N o rth e n s c o ld . O rche sis

le a d e rs w e re K athy H ickstein a n d B a rb T h o rn b y , co -p re sid e n ts;

M a rily n M cLean, business m anager,- a n d S a n d y F lugga, p u b lic ity

ch a irm a n , a ll se n io r m em bers.

S C A R LA F IN O FFIC ER S - C H R IS Jo h n s o n a n d J u d y M e r r itt, c o -p re s id e n ts ,

a n d S a n d y H u n te r, tre a s u re r.

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Girls build muscles, ;

T HE G irls Recreation A ssociation met every Thursday a fte r­

noon to exhaust its m em bers w ith such activities as v o lle y b a ll,

bo w lin g , baske tb a ll, badm inton, tennis, a rch e ry, and softball.

GRA o ffice rs Sue M utch and S andy Kelley, co-presidents; Pat

M o rro w , treasurer; D o ro th y H unter, p u b lic ity ch a irm a n ; and

S ally Jackson, secretary determ ined their objective fo r this ye a r

to be to have fun and com pete at the same tim e. D uring the

Christm as season the g ro u p sang caro ls at the O a k la w n Rest

Hom e and the M a n k a to House, and also held a skating p a rty at

the in d o o r rink. Later in the ye a r, m em bers p a rtic ip a te d in a

"B ig N in e " p la y d a y , besides attending sm aller p la yd a ys held on

o ccasional S aturdays.

T um bling club, also m eeting on Thursdays, a im ed to p ro vid e its

m em bers w ith an o p p o rtu n ity to becom e fa m ilia r and a d e p t on

the gym nastic equipm ent. In the begin ning o t the ye a r, the g ro u p

concentrated on a p ro g ra m o f fre e exercise, w hich m eant that

the tum blers used o n ly mats and such other sim ple im plem ents as

b a m b o o sticks to pra ctice w ith. From these, the g ro u p g ra d u a te d

to the use o t o il o f the equipm ent such as the rings, p a ra lle l bars

and tra m p o lin e . The o ffic e rs w ere Lynn Eddy and C athy W y a tt;

co-presidents; Joy DeRosier, secretary; B arb Lund, treasurer

C O N N IE N E A L W O R K S -O U T on th e p a r a lle l b a rs a t T u m b lin g c lu b .

and M a rth a Rankin; p u b lic ity chairm an.

T U M B L IN G - B O T T O M R O W ; G .

V a n d e w e g e , K. S te ir, M . E llis , G .

S p a n g e n b e rg , L. Z ie g a h n , S.

C a s e b e re , C. N e a l. R O W T W O :

K. J u b e ria n , M . J o v a a g , J. De

R o sie r, M . R a n k in , S. S lo cum .

R O W THREE: D. P e sta , K. W y a tt,

L. E d d y , K. B e c k e r.

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co-ordination in GRA, Tumbling club

G R A — O FFIC ER S: PAT M o rro w , S a n d y K e lle y ,

S a lly J a c k s o n , S a n d y H u n te r, Sue M u tsch .

D ID S O M E O N E H A P P E N to s a y s q u a s h ?

H IT T IN G TH E BALL seem s to b e th e b ig g e s t p r o b le n

fo r g ir ls in G R A v o lle y b a ll.

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ORCHESTRA DIRECTOR JAM ES B e rg c o n d u c ts his g ro u p

th ro u g h p ra c tic e d u r in g a cla ss p e rio d .

O R C H E S T R A -F R O N T RO W : H. Evans, K. B u rc h e d e a n , K. S im p s o n , P

M o rg a n , B. H a u g e n , L. C a rp e n te r. R O W T W O ; S. J a c k s o n , M . Rasmus

sen. L. M ille r , P. M o rro w , T. K e n w a rd , B. R o b e rts, M . C a s w e ll, S. G ru

b e r, S. L u n d , K. N o rth e n s c o ld , A . K e n w a rd , M . K ro o n , K. L u n d h o lm , C

J o h n s o n , T. M o rg a n , G . O tto , C. K o e p p e n , D. L in d b lo m . R O W THREE; J

M e r r itt, C. C u lle n , S. B e rg , J. A d o lp h s o n , B. H u g d a h l, T. S e w a rd , D

E w a lt, P. W ils o n , B. B a llm a n , L. O d e g a a r d , D. M a n e c k e , D. H e a th , M

D ru m , M r. J. B e rg , S. S h o c k m a n .

Christmas concerts create

C H O R U S -F R O N T R O W : V . H o m e r, B. S h e r r ill, V . L eve rson, M . K e n w a rd , M .

M a th is , R. S te in b e r g , M . C a rr, L. S c h e u re r, D. M u e lle r , P. C ra y , C. A u r-

in g e r , M . Leas, D. S e x to n , S. T h e is s e n , C. S p e n c e . R O W T W O : J. H a n s o n , K.

B u rc h e d e a n , J. T h o rn b y , S. T a n n e r, S. R e a s n e r, D. H a a c k , J. K o w c e u n , C.

D a u g h e rty , W . O k in c z y c , J B a rts c h , K. S im p s o n , D. E w a lt, S. G ru b e r, R.

B a rn e s , J. S a ik i, M . W id b o o m .

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festive mood

T HE G irls C h o ru s o n d O rc h e s tra p e rfo rm e d fo r a S prm g

co n ce rt in M a y a n d B a c c a la u re a te in June. Both g ro u p s p a rtic i­

p a te d in the C h ristm a s conce rts in w h ich the select b a n d jo m ed

the o rch e s tra fo r c e rta in num bers.

The O rc h e s tra , u n d e r the d ire c tio n o f Jam es B erg, a ls o p a rtic i­

p a ted in the Big N in e music fe s tiv a l a t N o rth fie ld M a y 6.

O n Dec. 14 the o rc h e s tra g a ve a co n ce rt fe a tu rin g solist H a ro ld

Evans a n d . a n u m b e r on the h a rp s ic h o rd b y Kenneth G e rtje -

jansen.

S H A W N S H O C K M A N FIDDLES a w a y h is tim e d u r in g fir s t h o u r.

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B A N D R O S T E R -J . A d o lp h s o n , C. A n d e rs o n , B. B a llm a n , J. B a rts c h , K.

B e rg , S. B e rg , B. B e rtra n d , L. B e rtra n d , R. B ig e lo w , C. B irk h o lz , P. C a seb

a re , M . C a s w e ll, J. C h ris te n s e n , C. C u lle n , M . C u m m is k e y , K. C u tts , L.

D ic k h o ff, L. D illy , M . D ru m , M . D u a n e , K. E lk e , J. E n ke, D. E w a lt, S. F a n d re ,

B. F e n to n , R. F la te q u a l, T. F o rd , J. Frost, H. G o ff, W . G o s e w is c h , L. G ru n d -

h o v d C. G u n d e rs o n , G . H a ll, D. H a n k e , L. H a n k e , D. H e a th . C. H e d -

strom ', A . H e lg e s o n , J. H e n d le y , R. H ib b a r d , R. H o ffm a n , B. H o lm g re n , B.

H u g d a h l, J. H u g h e s , T. J a h r, K. J o h n , B. J o h n s o n , B. J o h n s o n , C. J o h n s o n ,

J. K a m m e rd ie n e r, M . K e a rn e y , M . K e n w a rd , K. K le in b e c k , C. K o o is tra , L.

K o ttk e , M . K ro o n , S. K ro o n , S. L a n z , D. Lee, A . L e q e n h a u s e n , C. Ley, T.

L lo y d , S. L o w ry, S. L u n d , T. L u n d , M . L u th e r, M . M c D o n o u g h , R. M a g n u s , P.

M a n d e r fe ld , D. M a n e c k e , J. M e r r itt, J. M e r r itt, P. M e y e r, R. M o e ri, W .

M o rris , D. M u e lle r , J. M u e lle r , M . M u e lle r le ile , G . N e ls o n , C. N e re , B.

N o rd g re n , K. N o rth e n s c o ld , L. O d e g o a r d , S. O d e g a a r d , C. O ls o n , G .

O rc u tt, R. O tto , V . O tto , M . P a tte rs o n , S. P a u ls e n , D. P ro k o p e c , J. R a dem

a c h e r, S. R icke , R. Roy, S. S a m u e ls e n , S. S a m u e ls o n , D. S c h u m a c h e r, T.

S e w a rd , S. S h o rtr id g e , G . S tje rn s tro m , T. S w e n son, R. T a n n e r, J. Thiesse, J.

Thom , K. T ig n e r, S. T c w n s e n d , S. T ry h u s , P. V o g e l, J. W a r n e r , P. W a te rs , D.

W e b e r , L. W e b e r , V . W e n z la ff, P. W ils o n , V . W in g e , D. W o o ld r id g e , N .

W o rn s o n , R. W r ig h t, K. W y a tt, L. Y e tte r.

Band, choir entertain public

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T HE M a n k a to high school c h o ir, u n d e r the d ire c tio n o f M e lvin

Knutson, b e g a n its y e a r b y sin g in g a t the M in n e so ta S tate Fair

Sept. 6. O th e r a p p e a ra n c e s in c lu d e d a p ro g ra m on KEYC,

concerts to r W o m e n 's M usic c lu b , K iw on is a n d R o ta ry clubs, a

p u b lic C h ristm a s c o n c e rt a n d a C h ristm a s co n c e rt to r the student

b o d y . T hey a lso sang a t the Big N in e music fe s tiv a l a t N o rth fie ld ,

the a n n u a l S p rin g C o n c e rt a n d com m encem ent.

O n e m e m b e r o f the c h o ir, R oger K a m m e rd ie n e r, w as chosen to

sing in the ] 9 6 5 -6 6 A ll-S ta te c h o ir.

R obert N o rth e n s c o ld led the b a n d th ro u g h the y e a r. H ig h lig h ts

w e re b a n d d a y a t the U n iv e rs ity o f M in n e s o ta , a p o p co n c e rt in

F eb ru a ry , p la y in g a t a G o p h e r b a s k e tb a ll g o m e a n d a S p rin g

co n ce rt in M a y .

C H O IR — FRONT R O W ; L. O a c h s , C. B e rk n e s s , L. K u la c k , K. K le in b e c k , J.

E ve n son, K. C u tts , D. A n d e rs o n , K. S m e s ru d , K. G a z d ik , S. C a s e b e re , S.

W a n d e rs e e , B. H a s e m a n , S. K lie s t, W . M ic h e ls , M . H a e fn e r , T. F e n g e r, S.

S c h o e p h e rs te r, J. S c h n a b e l. R O W T W O ; D. N e ls o n , C. N e a l, J. P e n n e , A .

T o lin , M . M u e lle r , S. B e rg , S. S c h a ffe n b e r g , B. M ille r , L. E d d y , B. S tru sz, L.

H e n ry , C. C u lle n , J. R a d e m a c h e r, J. H u g h e s , R. K itt, S. F a n d re , S. R om e.

R O W THREE; P. T h o m p s o n , M . R a n k in , L. B irc h , D. S c h u m a c h e r, S. S lo c u m ,

P Z e ll B. S t e in b e r g , B. T h o rn b y , M . L u th e r, M . D ru m , B. H u g d a h l, D.

M o a k e s ta d , P. K r o u b e tz , D. G e n s , O . F is h e r. R O W FOUR; K. S ig a fu s , W .

S c h u ltz , K. H u g d a h l, M . P a tte rs o n , J. V ia la r d , J T h o m , C. V a n d e w e g e , C.

H e lle k s o n , N . J e n s e n , K. N o rth e n s c o ld , J. J a n s , P. D a h l, G . O rc u tt, M .

T h o m p s o n , B. E ric k s o n , B. S te in e r , J. E llis .

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Yell club adds pep to pooped cheers

T HE Yell club undou b te d ly had the largest num ber o f members

o t any existing club in M a n k a to high school. Its rosters fo r this

ye a r showed o reco rd e d m em bership o t a little over 5 0 per cent

o f the student body.

M em bers o t Yell club had the re sp o n sib ility o f electing Yannigan

cheerleaders in the ta ll, to lead cheers at the " B " gam es, and

choosing, in the spring, the varsity cheerleaders fo r next year.

A ll pep assemblies th rough the y e a r w ere a rra n g e d and conducted

by the Yell club. In a d d itio n , this g ro u p a rra n g e d bus

tra n sp o rta tio n fo r those students w ho wished to attend o u t-o f-

tow n gam es and meets and to lend ro o tin g support to the Scarlet

teams.

H ow ever, p ro b a b ly the largest function attended by the Yell club

w as the annual H om ecom ing. C om m ittees that handled the

selling o t buttons and the m any p re p a ra tio n s essential to the

1965 co ro n a tio n festivities and the dance that fo llo w e d w ere

com posed o t m em bers o f the Yell club.

YELL C L U B PR ESID ENT J o h n A d o lp h s o n g e ts a b o o s t fro m D a n Jo h n so n ,

v ic e -p r e s id e n t a n d K ris B e rg , s e c re ta ry .

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JERRY D E H N PROVES th a t b e in a s h o rt d o e s n 't m e a n a th in g in SML.

R IC K E K S T A M ATTEM P T S a f ie l d g o a l f o r h is SM L te a m .

Boys show talent in S M L

T HE S a tu rd a y M o rn in g League is a b a s k e tb a ll co n fe re n c e w ith

m e m b e rsh ip o p e n to a ll b o ys a tte n d in g M a n k a to high a n d not

on the Y a n n ig o n o r V a rs ity squads. Each o f the nine team s, the

Fiendish Things, the Benchies, the S ch m a ltz, the 4 0 9 e rs , the

Jokers, the B arons, the Little Boys, the T e d d y B ears, a n d the

B earcats, co m p e te d re g u la rly S a tu rd a y m o rn in g s fro m N o v e m ­

b e r th ro u g h F e b ru a ry a n d d u rin g C h ristm a s v a c a tio n .

The team s, in p la y in g th e ir 16 g a m e s, fo llo w e d the sam e re g u ­

la tio n s a n d rules os those used w hen p la y in g v a rs ity b a s k e tb a ll.

A t the end o f the season the te a m s' best p la y e rs w e re chosen to

p la y in the A ll-S ta r in F e b ru a ry.

SML w as sp o n s o re d b y the S a fe ty a n d R ecreation D e p a rtm e n t,

w ith Ed Johnson serving as c o -o rd in a to r.

B A L A N C IN G THE BALL seem s fo b e o n e o f th e tric k s f o r "S M L e rs "

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KA TO G R ID M E N — FRONT R O W : B. B ig e lo w , S. A n d e rs o n , D. O n e y , B.

H o ffm a n , G . K ra tz k e , P. N e ls o n , B. H o lm g re n , T. S c h in d le , L. K u d rle , D.

P e rkin s, B. C a m p b e ll. R O W T W O : L. S p e lb r in k , P. M e y e r, D. K a us, J.

R o d e m a c h e r, J. H a e d t, A . Jones, G . A rn e s e n , C. N e ls o n , L. B a rn e s , S.

A n d e rs o n , B. Thyse , B. H o y t. R O W THREE: B. O v e rm y e r, J. Roy, M . S o n ta g ,

M . P a tte rs o n , G . O rc u tt, S. L ow ry, L. W illo c k , J. N ig g , S. N e re m , B. P la te -

q u a l, J. B a rn e s , K. P e te rso n . R O W FO UR: c o a c h e s D. M ille r , G . H a k e s , B.

M ic k e ls o n , D. R o h lo ff, C. Z itz m a n n .

T O M S C H IN D L E , M A N K A T O c e n te r, uses a c h a lk b o a r d to

show c o a c h D o n M ille r w h e re h is m a n is p la y in g .

O N L Y TIME C A N te ll if th is e n e m y pass p lo y w ill s u rv iv e K a to 's p u rs u it.

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Northfield

St. Cloud

Faribault

Austin

Albert Lea

Rochester

Winona

Red Wing

Owatonna

H A L F B A C K SC O T T A N D E R S O N seem s to b e g e t tin g a p u sh

on h is w a y to a lo n g g a in e r f o r th e S c a rle ts .

Gridders stop St. Cloud’s win streak

T HE S ca rle t fo o tb a lle rs w e re up, then d o w n as the 19 6 5 season d re w

to close. A fte r w in n in g its firs t th re e gam es, the team w as held scoreless

b y o p p o n e n ts fo r 18 consecutive q u a rte rs b e fo re fin a lly b re a k in g the

spell b y ty in g Red W in g 14-1 4 in a h a rd -fo u g h t contest.

A lth o u g h h a m p e re d b y a la c k o f e x p e rie n c e , the S carlets w e re a b ly

led b y c o -c a p ta in s B ob H o ffm a n a n d L o rry K udrle. O n ly 13 seniors

p a rtic ip a te d in w o rk o u ts w hich in clu d e d o n ly 3 3 v a rs ity m em bers.

S eniors p la y in g u n d er head coach D on M ille r, b o c k fie ld coach Bill

M ic k e ls o n , a n d new coach D ick R o h lo ff, in clu d e d B ob B ig e lo w , B ob

H o ffm a n , L a rry K u d rle , Steve A n d e rs o n , Lee S p e lb rin k , D u W a y n e

O n e y D on O lsen, L ow ell W illo c k , D enny Perkins, Bruce H o lm g re n ,

Scott A n d e rs o n , Paul N elson a n d B ob C a m p b e ll. S couting duties w e re

c a rrie d o u t b y B squad coach C letus Z itzm a n n a n d D ick R ohloff.

A lth o u g h they had a losing season w ith th re e w ins, fiv e losses a n d a tie,

the S carlets p ro v id e d fans w ith m any th rillin g m om ents. A fte r an

o p e n in g g o m e w in o ve r N o rth fie ld , the S carlets b e a t St. C lo u d Tech,

9 -6 a n d e n d ed th a t te a m 's 2 6 -g a m e w in n in g streak. An e le c trify m g

th re e to u chd o w n s in th re e m inutes p ro v id e d fans w ith a n o th e r b ig th rill

in the F a rib a u lt gam e.

S E N IO R BR U C E H O L M G R E N w re s tle s th e St. C lo u d Tech q u a r te r

b a c k to th e t u r f D u W a y n e O n e y , B o b C a m p b e ll a n d M ik e P a tte r

son g u a r d a g a in s t e s c a p e .

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FO OTBALL BOMBERS - FRONT RO W : B. S h e llh o rn , D. V a n S te lte n , B.

Evans, B. Jo h n s o n , D. B e rg m a rk , F. H a g e r, D. N e u b e r t, T. N u n n , D.

G e n s, C. T h ie m . R O W T W O ; T. L lo y d , S. Z ie s m e r, D. G ir o u x , T.

M a c F a rlo n e , M . L e w e lly n , R. W ie h r, M . D u a n e , D. P h e lp s , L. A lle n .

R O W THREE: O . H u ltin , J. P e n n , J. R a ssie u r, D. K e lle y , M . W o lv e rto n , J.

U llr ic h , L. S w a n so n , D. Jo h n s, J. L u n d , C. M a lw itz . R O W FOUR; m a n a g e r J.

Lenz, c o a c h e s C. Z itz m a n n , D. R o h lo tf, M . B a ile y .

M ANKATO

30 29 Rochester

17 42 Albert Lea

6th

St. Olaf

18 38 Richfield

18 40 Faribault

40 20 Northfield

33 24 Kellogg

6th

Duluth Inv.

43 17 Austin

3rd

Big Nine

1st

District

1st

Regional

9th

State

S T E P P IN G H A R D , T O M Lund runs w in d s p rin ts to g e t h im s e lf in to s h a p e fo r

th e seaso n. Tom w a s K a to 's n u m b e r o n e ru n n e r.

C O -C A P T A IN B O B N e ls e n le a d s th e p a c k in th is u p h ill p o r tio n o f a ra c e a t

S o u th v ie w C o u n try c lu b .

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Harriers take district, regional honors

FRONT R O W - B. N e ls e n , D. A k e rs o n , B. B o d e . R O W T W O : c o a c h L. T rits c h , S. K o s b e rg , G .

H e n d ric k s o n , G . G a tc h e ll, S. B e a tty , T. L u n d , B. B illin g s , D. B o d e . R O W T H R E E ^ . S h a w , J.

T in g le y C O 'B r ie n , M . J o h n s to n , B. N o r d g r e n , T. F o rd , M . S to tt, K. H e d . R O W FOUR: K.

C e d e r g r e n , C, B u rn s . J, R o b e rts , M , A lle n , R, t-J o rla n d , M . S c h m id t, D M u lle r le ile , J. S c a rle tt,

T L id s tro m B. S ig a fu s . R O W FIVE: c o a c h W . S c h im m e l, C. P e te rs o n , D. E lia s , J. B a sse tt, T.

S e v e rn s M . C h u rc h m a n , B. B o e v e rs , D. E n g e ls ru d , R. B o y e r, E. S c h u ltz , R. J e n s e n , J. J o rd o n .

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LEN T R IT S C H , C R O S S c o u n try c o a c h , u rg e s h is b o y s to g iv e 1 00 p e r c e n t

in t h e ir ra c e . B E L O W LEFT: T he s c o r e b o a rd te lls th e s to ry as ju n io r Tom

L u n d ta k e s f ir s t in th e B ig N in e m e e t. T h e te a m to o k t h ir d in th e m e e t

Key w o rd s o f the 1965 cross c o u n try squad w e re "p ush y o u r­

s e lf" and "g iv e 100 per cent." W ith these w o rd s in m ind the

runners p ro d u c e d , and the season w as one o f the best at M a n ­

I '

A t the outset, a lth o u g h not expecte d to be o m a jo r p o w e r, the

Scarlets held th e ir ow n th ro u g h o u t the season. Late season

im p ro ve m e n t resulted in w in n in g both the D istrict and R egional

and p la c in g ninth in the state m eet a t the U nive rsity o f M innesota

k a to high school.

S; : g o lf course.

ms

The 1965 season m a rk e d the firs t tim e S outhview C o u n try club

w as used fo r the hom e course. A la rg e increase in fa n support

u rg e d the S carlets on.

C o a ch Len Tritsch a n d assistant coach W illia m Schim m el u rged

the M a n k a to runners to a th ird p la ce in the a nnual Big N ine

co n fere n ce meet. Kris Berg, senior, re ig n e d o ve r the 1965 M a n ­

k a to In v ita tio n a l as the Scarlets to o k fo u rth a m o n g nine teams.

In d iv id u a l e ffo rt w as shown by Tom Lund's re c o rd -b re a k in g

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D istrict a n d R egional runs and his sixth p la ce in the state meet.

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A B O V E — A K A T O g y m n a s t is n e a r c o m p le tio n o f a k ip p o s itio n . T he k ip

c a n b e a s ta rtin g p o s itio n fo r m a n y o th e r m oves. R IG H T — The h o rs e , o n e o f

th e h a rd e s t a p p a r a ti in g y m n a s tic s , is m a s te re d h e re b y J e ff R o b e rts.

Captains Fenger, Thompson lead gymnasts

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G Y M N A S T IC S -F R O N T R O W D O tto , T S w e n so n , S. T ry h u s , J. S c h n a b le , P ic k e tt, D. P lo c h e r, R. N o r la n d , B H o v e , B. G ro th , C. C u lle n ,

E. P a u l, T S e w a rd , R T h o m p s o n , G . N e ls o n , J, H e rrle y . R O W T W O : C. F e n g e r , c o a c h D, M ille r .

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A la c k o f d e pth to ld the sto ry as the M a n k a to high gym nastics

team fa ile d to w in a meet. A to ta l o f 18 gym nasts fin ish e d the

season, in c lu d in g fo u r seniors. They w e re Tim S e w a rd , Rick

T hom pson, B rian H ove, a n d Tom Fenger. O u tsta n d in g juniors

w e re Eric Paul, D ave P locher, a n d B rad G ro th . H ead fo o tb a ll

coach D on M ille r co a ch ed this y e a r's gym nastics team .

K ato gym nasts w ith the highest p o in t to ta l w e re D ave Plocher

54V2, Eric Paul 52V2, a n d Rick Thom pson 37.

S T R E T C H IN G H IS W A Y to a h a n d

s ta n d . D o v e P lo c h e r trie s to score

m o re p o in ts f o r M a n k a to .

Miller Jills in for Wiltgen

M A N K A T O

38V2 11 66V2

A ustin

35 1 1

Albert Lea

49 11 55 N ew Ulm

25V2 11 75V2 Albert Lea

44 New Ulm 1\

I2'/2 I1 9 2 ‘/2 Fairmont

57 11 53 Austin

C O -C A P T A IN T O M F e n g e r e x h ib its h is fo rm w h ile h e e x e c u te s a Sw ecfish

d r o p , a b a s ic g y m n a s tic m o ve.

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A g re a tly-im p ro ve d M a n ka to high school swim m ing team took

to the p o o l fo r the 1 9 65-66 season. This was the third ye a r of

swim m ing at M HS, and Dick Rohloff was the third coach. Forty

boys re p o rte d at the beginning o f the season and few had e x­

perience. The team im p ro ve d , how ever, and beat Shattuck fo r

one o f the highlights o f the season. O utstanding p erform ers fo r

the Scarlets w ere L a rry Engelsrud, John Tingley, and Tom

Schindle. M r. R ohloff cited Scott Shaw as the most im proved

sw im m er and as having outstanding potential.

S T R E T C H IN G IN T O H IS d iv e is v a rs ity d iv e r

B re n t H u g d a h l.

T O M S C H IN D L E LEAPS to c o n tin u e in th e r e la y w h ile J e rry E lia s to u c h e s a t

th e e n d o f his s tin t.

C A T C H IN G THEIR BREATH a f te r a to u g h ra c e a re s w im m in g le tte rm e n

S co tt S h a w a n d J e rry E lia s .


S W IM M E R -F R O N T R O W ; R. S to c k , J. K u d r le , M . A n d e r s o n , J. S c h m d le , R.

W ie h r , B. J o h n s o n , D. J o h n s o n . R O W T W O ; T. S c h in d le , R. E l.a s , S. S h a w ,

J. T in g le y , J. N ig g , B. J o h n s o n , B. N o r d g r e n , F. H a g e r , T. L a n d e r, c o a c h K.

R o h lo ff, m a n a g e r R. M y e rs . R O W THREE: B. S u g d e n , L. E n g e ls ru d , J. E lia s ,

C. H e d s tro m .

Rohloff takes helm as third swim coach

1 M A N K A T O S W IM M E R in la n e tw o te n s e s b e fo r e th e s ta rtin g g u n fire s .

35 1 1 60 Hutchinson

16 1 1 93 Rochester

26 11 69 Shattuck

28 11 67 Winona

20 \ 1 75 Austin

37 \ 1 58 Rochester

74 11 10 Northjietd

33 \ 1

Hutchinson

31 1■ 64 Winona

55 \ 1 40 Shattuck

74 11 21 Northfield

30 11 65 Austin


M AN K ATO

53

62

72

80

63

70

39

66

52

49

70

59

64

77

49

60

61

46

62

73

53

59

51

78

70

65

42

66

65

51

59

44

Luverne

Fairmont

Faribault

Northfield

Owatonna

Breckenridge

Albert Lea

Rochester

Winona

A ustin

St. Peter

Red Wing

Windom

Owatonna

Cokato

Albert Lea

BALL C O N T R O L IS e x h ib ite d b y T e rry Ness as he b re a k s a w a y fro m a n

o p p o s in g F a r ib a u lt p la y e r .

Scarlets meet tough conference foes

SCARLET C A G ERS — FRONT R O W : S. A n d e rs o n , L. K u d rle , B. H o ff

m a n , B, B ig e lo w , B. N e ls e n , T. Ness. R O W T W O : J. Roy, D. Kaus,

G . K ra tz k e , P. M e y e r, G . A rn e s e n , D. M u lle r le ile . R O W THREE B.

H o y t, V . H o n s o n , B. M o rris , A. Jo n e s, L. Resner. R O W FOUR c o a c h B.

M ic k e ls o n , m a n a g e rs L. S p e lb r in k , G . O rc u tt, c o a c h G . H a k e s .

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A la ck o f e x p e rie n c e h a m p e re d the 1 9 6 5 -6 6 b a s k e tb a ll team .

O n ly tw o seniors, B ob N elsen a n d B ob H o ffm a n , saw much

a ctio n as ju n io rs. H o w e ve r, the S carlets, led b y le a d in g scorers

N elsen a n d H o ffm a n , had b y no m eans a d ism al season. O n e o f

the m ost sa tisfyin g gam es, a c c o rd in g to coach G o rd y H akes,

w as w ith N o rth fie ld , a team ra te d as a c o n te n d e r fo r the Big

N in e c o n fe re n ce c h a m p io n sh ip . A c h a ra c te ris tic o f this y e a r's

team w as even s co rin g b y a ll starters th ro u g h o u t the season.

Eight seniors p la y e d th e ir last c o n fe re n ce b a s k e tb a ll this year.

They w e re c o -c a p ta in s B ob B ig e lo w a n d Bob N elsen, Bob

H o ffm a n , T e rry Ness, L a rry K u d rle , Scott A n d e rson, D a rre l

M u lle rle ile a n d Bill M o rris .

A w in te r sports a c tiv ity in its second y e a r a t M a n k a to high school

w as w e ig h t tra in in g , co a ch e d b y Len Tritsch. The s p o rt w as

in te n ded fo r b o ys w h o w e re not co m p e tin g in a w in te r s p o rt and

w a n te d to g e t in shape fo r s p rin g sports. Boys w h o just w a n te d

to g e t in to g o o d c o n d itio n fo r n o n -co m p e titive reasons w e re also

w e lco m e to e n g a g e in w e ig h t-liftin g activities.

C O A C H G O R D Y H A K E S g iv e s th e S c a rle t n e tm e n a te w tip s b e fo r e th e y re s u m e p la y .

A DR IBBLE T O th e c o rn e r a n d a h ig h , a r c h ­

in g ju m p s h o t p ro v e d a co m m o n p o i n t g e tte r

( o r B o b B ig e lo w th is y e a r.

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LARRY KUDRLE E N G A G E S a W in o n a p la y e r in a s c ra m b le fo r th e b a ll as

B o b N e ls e n ( r ig h t) a n d B o b B ig e lo w lo o k on.

SCARLET CENTER B O B H o ffm a n uses th is u n o rth o d o x p o s itio n in a n

a tte m p t to b r in g d o w n a re b o u n d .

Tannigans show much promise with fine record

Y A N N IG A N S - F R O N T R O W ; J. P e n n , T. N u n n , T. H o ffm a n , G . H e n d r ic k ­

son, O . H e rm e l, T. H o llin g s w o r th , D. P h e lp s , C. O 'B r ie n , L. H a n k e , S.

P e te rs e n , B, D ic k m e y e r, R O W T W O : m a n a g e r T. S ta th a m , R, S to tk a , D.

M a o k e s ta d , D, N e u b e r t, D. K e lly , C, T h e im , M . W o lv e rto n , D. M u e lle r , T.

B ra n d , J. R a s s ie u r, B. K irb y , m a n a g e r J. M e y e r. R O W THREE: c o a c h B.

G a o r d e r , P. J o h n s o n , B. S te in e r, J. L u n d , J. S c a rle tt, D. V a n S te lte n , B.

Evans, B. C h ild s , B. M ille r , J. W e b e r , C. M a lw itz , c o a c h C. Z itz m a n n .


Inexperienced wrestlers have building year

W RESTLERS — FRONT R O W : S. Eva ns, L. T e r r e ll, M . H a lv e rs o n , B. B illin g s , c o a c h L. K la r,

R O W T W O : G . R u d e n ic k , O . H u lt in , D. S to lt, B. B e rtra n d . R O W THREE: M . P a tte rs o n , D.

G e n s , B. T h yse , D. Roy.

B R A D TH YSE C O N G R A T U L A T E S D a le S to lt a f t e r D a le 's

v ic to ry o v e r h is W in d o m o p p o n e n t.

37

I I

30

17

13

15

M A N K A T O 9

13

32

15

24

30

21

11

33

16

33

30

35

31

36

12

21

26

13

21

Madelia

Faribault

Windom

Morthjield

Owatonnn

Albert Lea

Blue Earth

Rochester

Red Wing

Winona

St. James

Austin

St. Peter

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A B O V E ; G A R Y R U D E N IC K , c o - c a p ta in , m uscles h is w a y to a v ic to ry . B E L O W ; D o le S to lt a tte m p ts to b r in g d o w n

a n A lb e r t Leo g r a p p le r .

I T was d e fin ite ly a b u ild in g y e a r fo r the M a n k a to high w restling

team in 1 9 65-66. C oach Luverne K lar had o n ly three returning

letterm en, w hile over half o f his A and B squads w e re m ade up

o f sophom ores. The in experience o f the team w as the result o f

the g ra d u a tio n o f 13 seniors the p re ce d in g year. A t the b e g in ­

ning o f the season there w as a lim ited num ber o f seniors and

juniors but the w restling e n ro llm e n t in the ju n io r highs increased.

The most satisfying meet, a c c o rd in g to M r. K lar, w as the St.

James dual. The Scarlets lost b y tw o points, but St. James was

rated h ig h ly in the state.

C o-capta in s G o ry Rudenick and B a rry B ertra n d m aintained

undefeated records to stand w ith the best ever at M a n k a to high

school.

Two other seniors, D oug Roy and D ale Stolt, had o n ly seven

dual meet losses betw een them.

The 1 9 6 5-6 6 Big N ine conference race w as w on by A lb e rt Lea

w hile M a n k a to w as tied fo r seventh place.

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Rudenick, Bertrand wrestle undefeated

LEFT: J A C K B E N G T S O N p o in ts o u t a n e w m a n e u v e r to c o a c h L u v e rn e K la r.

A B O V E : C o -c a p ta in B a rr y B e rtra n d , R IG H T : m a n e u v e rs f o r a ta k e d o w n .

B S Q U A D - F R O N T R O W . G . S .o l,, B. L o w e , K. H o e fn e r , G . W o s s , J. M o o re . R O W T W O : R.

M a n th e , P. K o z itz o , B. F o w le r. R O W THREE: R. D a v e y , W . R u d e n ic k , T. L lo y d , B. O v e rm y e r, H. G ra z e r.

FOUR:

H a e fn e r , L. W il la r d , K. F is h e r, c o a c h A . Russ.

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A S Q U A D C H E E R L E A D E R S -T O P ; Lynn L o o n e y , G in n y O tto , D e b b y M a n e c k e . LO W ER; P a t V o g e l, Sue S o re b o

Cheerleaders work for scarlet victory

B S Q U A D CHEERLEADERS — M o r g o r e t R a d ic h e l, D e b o ra h L in d b lo m , M a ry M a th is , Pam W a te rs .


M -C lub exemplifies unity of all sports

W o r k , w o rk , w o rk . That's w h a t goes into ch e e rle a d in g , and

the M a n k a to high ch e e rle a d e rs d id just that. N o t o n ly d id they

g o th ro u g h the stress and strain o f num erous sp o rtin g events

but they also m ade countless signs in b rig h t red letters to urge

Koto athletes to d o better. This y e a r's ch e e rle a d e rs w ere

c h a ra c te riz e d b y a v ita lity that kept s p irit up even if the team s

w e re dow n.

M club w as a d vise d a g a in this y e a r b y head b a s k e tb a ll coach

G o rd o n Hakes. Each b o y w h o e a rn e d a v a rsity letter a w a rd

w as a u to m a tic a lly a m em ber o f the club.

LEFT J U N IO R G A R Y KR A TZ K E e x h ib its th e M H S le tte r ja c k e t. A v a rs ity

v ^ in n e r o f a le tte r in a n y s p o rt m a y p u rc h a s e a ja c k e t.

M -C L U B o f f i c e r s S C O T T A n d e rs o n , B o b H o ffm a n , L a rry K u d rle , a n d Tom L u n d a d m ir e a M a n k a to h ig h s c h o o l

tro p h y .

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C L O W N IN G A R O U N D AT M in n e o p a p a r k a re s e n io r cla ss p r e s id e n t J o h n E llis a n d v ic e -p r e s id e n t D e b b y

M a n e c k e , w h ile tre a s u re r Lee S p e lb r in k a n d s e c re ta ry M a ry Jo C a s w e ll sh o w th e s e rio u s s id e

John Ellis, Debby Manecke head class of ’66

R EFLECTING on the post three years spent at M H S, seniors can

recall m any u n fo rg e tta b le events.

Entering as the largest class in school history, m any changes had

to be m ade to a ccom m o d a te the ove rsize d student body.

As juniors, the class revived the ju n io r-s e n io r banquet. Prom was

m oved to the Koto b a llro o m in o rd e r to p ro v id e enough room

fo r the dancers. A fte r seeing a spring flo o d that gave them an

e xtra long spring va ca tio n , the class lo o k e d a n xio u sly a h e ad to

the fin a l y e a r o f high school.

S liding th ro u g h Snow W e e k by c o m b in in g th e ir e ffo rts, seniors

g a in e d 100 points in the snow sculpture co m p e titio n b y the

construction o f a 2 0 -fo o t high te d d y b e a r, resem bling the

school's m ascot, and b y selling the most tickets to the A ll-

A m e rican b a ske tb a ll gam e. In the spring the senior class p ro ­

duced its p la y , " ffa r v e y ," w hich fe a tu re d an im a g in a ry ra b b it.

Seniors w e re kept busy d u rin g most o f the y e a r w ith readin g

S hakespeare, d o in g a u th o r studies, w o rk in g a fte r school and

p a rtic ip a tin g in e x tra -c u rric u la r activities. W a n tin g to m ake this

a tru ly unique class, tra d itio n a l g ra y caps and gow ns w ere

changed to an " o f f " scarlet fo r the " in " seniors.

K X )


L IN D A A B B O T T - A u d u b o n 1; JCL 2, Yell clu b 1,2,3;

Y-Teens 1,2,3. J O H N A D O L P H S O N - A u d u b o n 2;

Band 1,2,3 ; "B y e Bye B ird ie " 1; IRQ 1,2,3; JCL l j u n i o r

C lass P loy 2; O rc h e s tra 2 ,3 ; Pep B and 1,2,3; Red C ross

I; Science clu b 1,2,3; Student C o u n c il Rep. 3; Tennis

1,2,3; Thespians 2 ,3 ; W re s tlin g 1,2; Yell clu b 1,2,3.

D A N A K E R S O N - B a s e b a ll 2 ,3 ; C ross C o u n try 1,2,3;

JCL 1,2,3; M -c lu b 2 ,3 : Science clu b 3; Student C o u n cil

A lt. 1,3; T ra c k 1; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3.

S H A R LE N E A L E X A N D E R . DALE A L T E N B U R G . C A R O ­

LYN A N D E R S O N — A rt C lu b 3; C h o ir 1; FHA 1,2,3;

G R A 1; O rche sis 1,2; Y e ll clu b 1,2,3.

Honor Society vote limited to faculty

C R A IG A N D E R S O N — FFA 1 ,2 ,3 ; S cience c lu b 1 ,2,3 ;

Yell c lu b 1,2,3. D O N A N D E R S O N - W r e s tlin g 1,2.

D O N N A A N D E R S O N — C h o ir 1,2,3; G R A 1,2; IRO 3;

Y e ll c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1,3.

L IN D A LEA A N D E R S O N - G R A I ; O rc h e s is 1; Red

C ro ss 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2 L IN D A LEE A N D E R S O N - R e d

C ro ss 1,2; Y e ll c lu b 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3. M A R C IA A N D ­

E R S O N — A rt c lu b 3; FH A 3; P rom C onnm ittee 2; Y e ll

c lu b 1,2,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3.

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SCOTT A N D E R S O N - F o o tb a ll 1,2,3; Hi-Y 2,3; JCL 2,3; M -club 1,2,3;

Prom C o m m ittee 2; Science clu b 1,2,3; Student C o uncil A lt. 1,2; Track 1,2,3;

Y ell clu b 1,2,3; B a sketball 1,2,3. STEVE A N D E R S O N - A u d u b on Society 2;

tHi-Y 1,2,3; Science clu b 2, Tennis I; W re s tlin g 1; Yell clu b 2,3, STEVE C.

A N D E R S O N - F o o tb a ll 1,3; Hi-Y 1,3; M -clu b 3; SML 1,2,3; Yell club 1,2,3;

W e ig h t tra in in g 2,3.

S U S A N A R IO — A u d u b o n S ociety 1; D olp h ins 2 ,3 ; IRC 1; S ccrlo fm s 1

Student C o u n cil Rep. 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3. JU D Y A S L E S O N -G R A 1,2; IRQ 3

Yell clu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,3. REX AVERILL - F o o tb a ll 2 ,3 ; G o lf 2 ,3 ; Hi-Y 1

M -c lu b 2,3 ; Science clu b 1; Student C o uncil Rep. 2; Tennis 1; W re s tlin g 2,3

Yell clu b 3.

Lund, McLean and Swenson

DARLENE BA C H M E Y E R . M ARY B A C K H A U S - M D V C

3. G A R Y B A H R - R a d io W o rk s h o p 2,3 ; Red C ross 2;

Yell clu b 2,3.

C A T H Y BAIER - M D V C 3; Yell clu b 3. B O B BAR-

N U M - R a d io W o rk s h o p 2; Red C ross 2. Y ell clu b 1,

2,3 BILL BASSETT.

LARRY BATZLO FF F o o tb a ll 2; W re s tlin g 1,2 BARBA

RA BAUER - G R A 2; Y e ll c lu b 3 J O H N B E A L - T r o n s -

1,-r fro m L o y o la ; R a dio W o rk s h o p 3; Thespians 3,- Yell

c lu b 3,


M A R Y BE C K EL — A u d u b o n S o c ie ty 3; l^ed C ross 1,2,3 ;

Yell c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 3. B A R B A R A BE ETC H - R o dio

W o rk s h o p 3 ; Red C ross 2; S c a rla fin s 1, T u m b lin g 1, Y e ll

c lu b 1,2,3 ; Y-Teens 3. LE O N E TTE B E N N E T T - A u d io -

V is u a l 1,2,3 , G R A 1,2, IRO 3, R a d io W o rk s h o p 1,2,3;

Red cross 2 ; Science c lu b 1,2,3; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 ; Y-Teens

1,2,3.

M A R S H A L L B E N N E T T - H i- Y 1; Y e ll c lu b 2. KRIS

B E R G - D o lp h in s 1 ,2 ,3 ; H ig h N e w s 3; IRO 1,2; JCL 1;

J u n io r C lass P lo y 2; Q u ill & S c ro ll 2 ,3 ; O rc h e s is 1,2;

Pep B ond 2 ,3 ; R a d io W o rk s h o p 2 ,3 ; Red C ross 1; Stud

e n t C o u n c il A lt. 3; S tudent C o u n c il Rep. 1; Y e ll c lu b

1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2. C H R IS T IN E B E R K N E S S - A r t c lu b

3 ! C h o ir 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 3.

tour Europe and Russia

BARRY B E R T R A N D - B a n d 1 ,2 ,3 ; B a s e b a ll 3; "B y e Bye B ird ie " 1;

F o o tb a ll 1; G o lf 1; H i-Y 2 ,3 ; M -c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Pep Band 1 ,2 ,3 ; Student

C o u n c il Rep. 2; T ra c k 2; W re s tlin g 1 ,2 ,3 ; Yell c lu b 1,2,3. SHIRLEY

B IC K E L — O rc h e s is 1; Red C ro ss 2; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3.

B O B B I G E L O W - B a s k e tb a ll 1 ,2 ,3 ; B a nd 1 ,2 ,3 ; F o o tb a ll 2 ,3 ; Pep

B a nd 1; Student C o u n c il Rep. 3; Tennis 1 ,2 ,3 ; M -c lu b 1,2,3 . M IC K -

EAL B IS C H - F F A 1,2; Yell c lu b 3. D O U G L A S BISTRUP - C h o ir 2;

Hi-Y 1,2,3 ; M D V C 3; Science c lu b 3; Yell c lu b 3. SUE BJERKE - A u ­

d u b o n 2 ,3 ; IRO 1,2; Red C ross 2, S c a rla fin s 1, Y ell clu b 1,2,3,

Y-Teens 1,3. LARRY B L A C K S T A D - H i-Y 1; J u n io r C lass 2 ,3 ; Red

C ross 2; Tennis 1; Thespians 2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3. A LLE N B L IS S -

T ra n s fe r fro m N e w P ragu e; G o lf 2 ,3; Science c lu b 3.

103


B O B B O D E -C ro s s C o u n try 1,2,3, Hi-Y 1; M -c lu b 1,2,3; Radio W o r k ­

shop 1,3; SML 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Yell club 1,3. KEITH B O E G E R -

Science clu b 1. JAY B O G E N — A u d u b o n 3; H o m eco m ing Escort 3;

Tennis 1,2; Yell clu b 1,2,3.

G A R Y B O R N . PAT B O R N - R adio W o rk s h o p 2; Red C ross 2; Thespians

I ; Yell clu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3. RO GER B R A A M - A u d u b o n 1,2,3;

B a seball 1; H i-Y 2,3; Science clu b 1; SML 2; W re s tlin g 1,2.

Rex Averill and Barb Lund head N H S

D A V ID B R O W N - B a s e b a ll 2; B a sketb a ll 2. T O M B R U N Z — Tennis

1; Yell clu b 1. SUZETTE B U C K M ISTE R . J IM B U E S IN G - H i- Y 1,2,3;

Red C ross 1, Science clu b 1,2 ,3 ; Yell c lu b 2,3.

BARB B U L A N D - R o d io W o rk s h o p 2,3 ; Red C ross 2; S c o rla fin s 1;

T um blin g 2 ,3 ; Yell c lu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3. T IM B U R N S - S M L 3;

Y e ll c lu b 3. V IR G IN IA B U R T -Y -T e e n s 1,2,3. B O B C A M P B E L L -

F o o tb a ll 1,2,3; Hi-Y 1; JCL 2 ,3 ; M -c lu b 1,2,3; Q u ill & S croll 2 ,3;

O ta k n a m 3; T ra ck 1,2,3; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3.

104


R E H E A R S IN G TH EIR “ B A T M A N " n u m b e r fo r

th e O rc h e s is s h o w a r e P a m T h o m p s o n , H o lly

H o le ts a n d S u e M c D u ffie , d a n c in g th e p a r t

o f th e " c a p e d c r u s a d e r " .

Seniors finish year in red

LEE C A R L S T R O M — G o lf 1; Y e ll c lu b 1,2. D IC K CARL-

S T R O M — H i-Y 1 ,2 ,3 ; R a d io W o rk s h o p 2 ,3 ; Thespians

2 ,3 ; W re s tlin g 1; Y e ll c lu b 1,2. LA U R E L C A R P E N T E R -

C h o ir 1; S c a rla fin s 1; T u m b lin g 1,3; Y e ll c lu b 2 ,3 ; Y-

Teens 3.

S U S A N C A S E B E R E - C h o ir 1 ,2,3 ; T u m b lin g 2 ,3 ; Yell

c lu b 1 ,2,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2. M A R Y J O C A S W E L L -B o n d

1 ,2 ,3 ; G loss o f fic e r . S e c re ta ry 3 ; IRO 1; J u n io r G loss

P la y 2; O rc h e s tra 2 ,3 ; Pep B o nd 1 ,2 ,3 ; S c a rla fin s 1;

S tudent C o u n c il A lt. 1,2; S tudent G o n c il Rep. 3; Tum ­

b lin g 1,2; Y e ll c lu b 1 , 2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens C o u n c il

P re sid e n t 3. M A R K C E D E R G R E N - A u d u b o n 1 ,2,3 ; Hi-Y

1; J u n io r G loss P la y 2; S cience c lu b 1,2; T h e spia n s 2 ,3 ;

Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 .

JERRY C H A S T E E N — B a s e b a ll 1,2,3 ; F o o tb a ll

1; SM L

2 ,3 ; W re s tlin g 2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 2 ,3 . M A R G A R E T

C H R IS T - A u d u b o n 1 ,2 ,3 ; " B y e Bye B ird ie " 1; D e cla m

1. D o lp h in s 1,2; A r t c lu b 3; J u n io r G loss P loy 2 ,3 ; R a dio

W o rk s h o p 2 ,3 ; Red G ross 1; T hespia n s 1,2,3 . L IN D A

C H R IS T IA N S O N — H ig h N e w s 3; IRO 2; Red G ross

1,2; Y e ll c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3.

105


ROSE C H R IS T O P H E R S O N -A u d u b o n 2,3, D e bate 2,3 ; D eclom 2;

D o lphin s 3; G R A 3; IRQ 2,3; Junio r C lass Play 2; NFL 2,3; Prom

C o m m itte e 2; Science clu b 1,2,3 ; Student C o u n cil A lt. 3; Thespians

3, T O M CLARK — T ransfer fro m L o yo la ; S w im m ing 3; Yell clu b 3.

D E B O R A H C L IN E - R e d Cross I. V IC K I C O N N E R -R e d Cross 2;

S ca ria fin s 2; T u m bling clu b 2; Yell clu b 2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 2,3.

C L A U D IA C O O P E R — Red C ross 2; Yell clu b 2 ,3; Y-

Teens 3. SYLVIA C O O P M A N - F H A I ; O rchesis 1,2;

Red C ross 1; Yell clu b 3; Y-Teens 3, G L E N N C O T T O N

— A u d u b o n 1; Red C ross 2; Yell club 2,3.

K A T H L E E N C O X -Y -T e e n s 1,2. S U Z A N N C R A M -

C h o ir I, Red C ross 1,2; Yell C lu b 2,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3.

C Y N T H IA CRAM ER — M D V C 3; Red C ross 1,2; Yell clu b

1,2,3.

B A R B A R A C R A N E - Y e ll clu b 2. M ARY C U M M IS K

E Y - B a n d 1,2,3; H ig h N ew s 3; H o m e co m in g Q ueen 3:

IRO 3; N o lio n o l Q u ill & S cro ll 2,3 ; O rchesis 3; Pep Band

3; Red C ross 2; S c a ria fin s I; Student C o u n c il Rep, 2;

T um bling 1; Yell c lu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3. T O N Y CUR

TIS A u d u b o n 1; C ross C o u n try 2; Red C ross 2;

Science c lu b 1; S w im m ing l,2 ;T r o c k 1

106


K A T H Y C U T TS — A u d u b o n 3 ; B a nd 1,2,3 ; "B y e Bye

B ird ie " 1 .'C h o ir 1 ,2 ,3 ; IRO 3: Pep B o nd 2; T a x id e rm y 1;

T u m b lin g 2 ; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3. G A R Y

DATE — H o m e c o m in g Escort 3; SM L 3; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3.

D O N N A D A U G H E R T Y — C h o ir 1; G R A 1; Red C ross

1,2; S c a rlo fin s 1; T he spian s 2; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3.

C A R L D A V ID S O N — W re s tlin g 1,2,3. S A N D R A D E C K -

E R - F H A 3; G R A 1; S U S A N D E C K E R - G R A 1,2;

M D V C 3.

D A R award presented to Linda Sorebo

J O Y DE R O S IE R -T u m b lin g 2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 2 ,3 ; Y-Teens

3 L IN D A D IC K H O F F - A u d u b o n 3; B a nd 1 ,2 ,3 ; D e b a te

2- D o lp h in s 1 ,2 ,3 ; G R A 3; IRO 1 ,2 ,3 ; JCL 1; J u n io r Gloss

P loy 2 ; NFL 2 ,3 ; Q u ill & S c ro ll 2 ,3 ; O rc h e s is 1,2,3;

O ta k n o m 3 A s s o c io te E d ito r; Pep B and 2 ,3 ; Prom C o m ­

m ittee 2 ; T a x id e rm y 1; T he spian s 3; T u m b lin g 1,2; Yell

c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3 . G A R Y D I N G L E R - C h o ir 2;

IRO 1,2; Y e ll c lu b 1.

JO E D O T S O N - T ra n s fe r fro m L o y o la , H i-Y 3; Y e ll c lu b

3. S T A N D R E Y E R -G y m n a s tic s 1; M D V C 3; T ra c k 1,2,

3- Y e ll c lu b 3. M A R K D R U M - B a n d 1,2,3; C h o ir 2,3 ;

JCL 1; J u n io r C la s s .P la y 2; Q u ill & S c ro ll 2 ,3 ; O rc h e s tra

2 ,3 ; O ta k n o m 3; Pep B a nd 2 ,3 ; Prom C o m m itte e 2;

T h e spia n s 2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3.

107


L O O K IN G OVER A b u lle t in b o a rd on S h a k e s p e a re a re

C o n n ie N e a l a n d M a rty T h o m p s o n ; H a m let a n d M ocBeth

w e re r e q u ire d r e a d in g in s e n io r E n g lis h .

^Double double, toil and

L Y N N E D D Y -A u d u b o n 1; C h o ir 1,2,3; D o lp hin s 2; J u n io r Gloss

Play 2; O rchesis 2, Red C ross I ■, Student C o u n c il A lt. 3; Thespians 2;

T u m blin g 1,2,3 ; Yell clu b 1,2,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3, PAT EDER. L IN D A

E D W A R D S - C h o ir I; IRQ 2 ,3 ; JCL 1,2,3 ; O rchesis 1,2; Red C ross

1,2; Science clu b 2; Thespians 2; Yell clu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3.

D A VE E IK E N B E R R Y -T ra n s fe r fro m W ils o n ; T ra ck 3. RICK

E K S T A M - A u d u b o n 1; B a seball 1,2,3; B o sketb a ll 1; Science

c lu b 1; S M I 1,2,3; Y ell c lu b 2,3. JERRY ELIAS - A u d u b o n 2; M -clu b

3; S w im m in g 2 ,3 ; Y ell c lu b 3. C H R IS E L K E - C h o ir 1; G R A 1; Red

C ross 1,2; T u m b lin g 3; Y ell c lu b 1,2,3. JEA N E TTE E L L IN G - C h o ir

1; G R A 1; Red C ross 2; Y e ll c lu b 2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 2,3.


J O H N E L L IS -A u d u b o n 1,2,3; Baskelboii 1; C h o ir 2,3;

Class President 1,3, Vice President 2: Football 1,2,3;

Hi-Y 1,2,3; IRC 2,3; Junior Gloss Play 2; Prom C om ­

mittee 2; Red Cross 2; Student Council Representative 2,

3; Tennis 1,2,3; Yell clu b 1,2,3, LARRY E N G E L S R U D -

Hi-Y 1; M -club 1,2,3; Red Cross 1,2; Swim m ing 1,2,3;

Yell club 1,2,3 L IN D A E N K E -C h o ir 1; Debate 1,2;

High News 3; NFL 1,2,3; Q u ill & Scroll 2,3; Prom Com ­

m ittee 2; Student C ouncil Alt. 1; Yell club 1 2 3- Y-

Teens 1,2,3.

D O N E N Z - M D V C 3. BRUCE E R IC K S O N -A u d u b o n

2; C h o ir 2,3; Science club 1; SML 3; Sw im m ing 1,3; Yell

club 1,2,3. HARO LD E V A N S - " B y e Bye B ird ie " 1;

O rche stra 1,2,3; Radio W o rk s h o p 1,2; Yell club 3.

trouble. . . ’ seniors study Shakespeare

JA N E E V E N S O N -C h o ir 1,2,3; Debate 2; High News 3; Science club 1;

Yell club 1; Y-Teens 1. TO M F E N G E R -"B y e Bye B ird ie " 1; C h o ir 1,2,3;

G ym nastics 1,2,3; Hi-Y 3; M -club 2,3; Track 1; Yell club 1,2,3. CLIFFORD

FISHER — "B ye Bye B irdie 1; C h o ir 2,3; IRO 3; Junior Class Play 2; Thespians

2,3.

D O N FJELD. S A N D Y F L U G G A -A u d u b o n 1; High News 3; IRO 1,2,3;

Q u ill & Scroll 2,3; Orchesis 1,2,3; Prom Com m ittee 2; Radio W o rk s h o p 2;

Red Cross 1,2; Student C o uncil A lte rn a te 2,3; Yell clu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3.

TERRY FORD — Band 2,3; Cross C o u n try 3; Hi-Y 3; Pep Bond 2,3; Student

Council Representotive 3; Yell clu b 3.

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N E A L F O R S Y T H -A u d u b o n ); W re s tlin g 1,2,3; Yell

clu b 1,2,3; Science club 1 JO YCE F O R S T -T u m b lin g

1,2; Yell C lu b 2,3. JEFF F O S T E R -Y e ll clu b 3.

CLAVER F R E D E R IC K -Y e ll clu b 3. BETTY FRIED

R IC H S - R e d Cross 3; Yell clu b 3. L IN D A F R O S T -

IRO 3; Red Cross 2,3 ; Yell clu b 2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 3.

JERRY F U L L E R -A u d u b o n 1,2; C ross C o u n try 1; IRQ 2;

J u n io r Class Play 3; Science clu b 1,2; W re s tlin g 1,2; Yell

clu b 1,2,3. PA M G ALLES - O rchesis 1; T u m bling 1; Yell

clu b 3; Y-Teens I. MERLE G A N S K E - G ym nastics 1;

Y ell clu b 2,3.

J IM G A T C H E L L -H i-Y 1,2,3; Y ell clu b 1,3. BECKY

G E O R G E -O T A K N A M 3; R a dio W o rk s h o p 2; Student

C o u n c il Rep. I ; Yell c lu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3. D IA N N E

G IL D E M E IS T E R -IR O 2; JCL 1; Student C o u n c il tre a s ­

u re r 3; Yell C lu b 2,3.

FORREST G IL L S O N A u d u b o n I ; B a seball 1; SML 1,2.

J O H N G IN T N E R -C ro s s C o u n try 3; FFA 1,2,3; Red

C ross 1,2; Student C o u n c il Rep. 3, JU D Y G RUBER -

M D V C 3; Yell clu b 3.

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DAVE G R U E N ZN E R . LIN D A GRU N H O V D - Transfer fro m Sheffie

ld , Iow a; G RA 3; Band 3; Yell clu b 3; Y-Teens 3. LA V O N N E

G U N D E R S O N -R e d Cross 2,3; Yell club 1,2,3; Y-Teens 3, DAVE

HAEFNER - SML 2; W re stlin g 2; Yell club 3.

M IKE HAEFNER --FFA 1,2,3; Yell clu b 2,3. M IKE H A G E B A K -

Tronsfer fro m Huntley, M inn. LYLE H A G E M A N N — Baseball 1; G o lf

2,3; G ym nastics 3; Hi-Y 1; SML 2,3. D O N N ELLE H A N K E - B a n d

1,2,3; IRO 2; O rchesis 1; Pep Bond 2,3; Yell C lu b 3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,

’66 Council introduces noon hour A-go-go

D O N A LD H A N N E M A N - Transfer fro m Searcy, A rk KAREN H A N S O N

A rt club 3; A u dubon 1,2; C reative W ritin g 2; IRO 1; Junior Closs Play 2

Q u ill & Scroll 2,3; Orchesis 1,2; O T A K N A M 3; Red Cross 1; Thespians 3

Yell club 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2, KAREN H A R T W E L L -A u d u b o n 1; GRA 1

H IG H NEW S 3; IRO 1,2,3; JCL 1; Q u ill & Scroll 2,3; Red Cross 1; Student

C ouncil Alt. 1; Tum bling 2; Yell C lub 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3; C reative W ritin g

2 ,

DICK H A S E M A N — G ym nastics 2; Tennis 1, BILL H A S E M A N — A udubon

1,3; C h o ir 2,3; Hi-Y 1,2,3; JCL I; Student Council Rep. 2; Yell C lu b 1,3.

BRENDA H A U G E N - H IG H -N E W S 3; IRO 2,3; Tum bling 1; Yell C lub 1,2,3;

Y-Teens 1,2,3,

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BARB H E D - T u m b lin g l; Y e llc lu b 1,2,3. SHIRLEY H E IT N E R -F H A

1; C h o ir 1; Yell c lu b 1. C A R O L H E L L E K S O N - C h o ir 1,2,3; Prom

C o m m itee 2; S ca rlo fin s 1; Student C o u n c il A lte rn a te 3; Yell clu b 2 ,3;

Y-Teens 1,2,3. ROGER HELLER — F o o tb a ll 2; Tennis 2; W re s tlin g

1.2.3. LOEL H E R M E L -S M L 3; S w im m ing 1,2. LARRY H E N R Y —

C h o ir 1,2,3 ; T ra ck 2; W re s tlin g 2, T O M H E S S IO N - H i- Y 1,2,3; Yell

c lu b 1,2,3. LARRY H E W IT T -T r a c k 1; W re s tlin g 1,2,3; Yell clu b

1.2.3. R O N A L D A H I B B A R D - A r t clu b 3; A u d u b o n 2 ,3 ; Bond 1,2,3;

D o lp h in s 1,2,3; IRO 3; Pep Band 2,3 ; T u m b lin g 2; Yell clu b 1,2,3;

Y-Teens 3, B O B H IC K E Y - Y e ll clu b 3. K A T H Y H IC K S T E IN - A u ­

d u b o n 1,2,3 ; C h e e rle o d in g 1; D o lp h in s 2; IRO 1,2,3; H ig h N ew s 2

J u n io r C lass Ploy 2; Q u ill & S c ro ll 2,3; O rchesis 1,2,3; O ta k n a m 3

Prom C o m m itte e 2; Student C o u n c il Rep. I ; A lt. 2; Thespians 2,3

Y ell clu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3. LARRY H IL D E B R A N D T - Y e ll clu b

2,3.

P L A N N IN G A H E A D FOR g r a d u a tio n , a lo n g w ith th e

re st o f th e s e n io r cla ss S u sie A r io a n d F o rre s t G ills o n

lo o k o v e r th e a v a ila b le s ty le s ' o f a n n o u n c e m e n ts

a n d n a m e c a rd s .


C A R O L H IN IK E R — FH A

1; R a dio W o rk s h o p 3,- Red

C ro ss 2 ,3 ; T he spian s 3; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 . K A T H Y H I N I K ­

E R - F H A 2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1. B O B H O F F ­

M A N - A u d u b o n 1 ,2 ,3 ; B a nd 1 ,2,3 ; B a s k e tb a ll 1,2,3 ;

"B y e Bye B ird ie " I ; S o p h o m o re V ic e -P re s id e n t; F o o tb a ll

1 ,2 ,3 ; H i-Y 1 ,2 ,3 ; M -c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Pep B and 1 ,2 ,3 ; SM L I ;

S tudent C o u n c il Rep. 1; T ra c k 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 .

H O LLY H O L E T S - A u d u b o n 1 ,2 ,3 ; IRO 1; O rc h e s is

1 ,2 ,3 ; O ta k n a m 3 ; Pronn Com nnitee 2; R a d io W o rk s h o p

3; Red C ro ss 1 ,2 ,3 ; S tudent C o u n c il R e p re se n ta tive 3;

Y e ll c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2. D E N N IS H O L L E - W r e s -

tlin g 1. D E N N IS H O L M — A u d io V is u a l 3; H i-Y 1,2;

S w im m in g 2; T hespia n s 2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 1,2.

T O M H O L M E S — A u d u b o n 1,2; B a s k e tb a ll 1,2; H i-Y

1 ,2 ,3 ; M -c lu b 2 ,3 ; S cience c lu b 1; SM L 1,3; Tennis 1,2 ,3 .

BR U C E H O L M G R E N - B a n d 1 ,2 ,3 ; B a s e b a ll 1,2;

F o o tb a ll 2 ,3 ; M -c lu b 2 ,3 ; Pep B a nd 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 1,

2 ,3 . B R IA N H O V E — F o o tb a ll 1; G o lf 1,3; G y m n a s tic s

1 ,2 ,3 ; M -c lu b 2 ,3 .

B A R B H U F F S T U T T E R -G R A 1; J u n io r C lass P lay 2;

R a d io W o rk s h o p 1,2; Red C ro ss 1,2; S tu d ent C o u n c il

A lte rn a te l ; Y e llc l u b 1 , 3 ; Y - T e e n s I . K A Y H U G D A H L —

C h o ir 2 ,3 ; J u n io r C lass P la y 3 ; T h e spia n s 1; T u m b lin g

1 ,2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3 . M EL H U G H E S —

B a s e b a ll I ; Y e ll c lu b 2 ,3 .

S IG N E H U L T IN — G R A 3 ; S cience c lu b 3 ; T u m b lin g 3;

Y e ll c lu b 3 ; Y-Teens 3. LARRY ITES. D A R Y L J A C O B ­

S O N .

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Senior class produces ‘Harvey’

S H A R O N JAM ES. JO YCE J E N N IN G S High News 3;

J unior C lass Play 2; Prom C o m m itte e 2; R adio W o r k ­

shop 3: Red C ross 1,2,3; Thespians 2; T u m bling 2 ,3; Yell

club 2; Y-Teens 1,2,3. N A N C Y J E N S E N — GRA I; Prom

C o m m itte e 2; Red Cross 2,3; T u m bling I; Yell clu b 1,2,3;

Y-Teens 1,2,3,

BILL JO E R G . KA TH R YN J O H N - A u d u b o n 3; Band

1,2,3; IRQ 3; JCL 2; Pep Bond 2,3; Yell club 1,2,3; Y-

Teens 1,2,3; CHRIS J O H N S O N — T ra n sfe r fro m Edino;

Band 3; G R A 3; O ta k n o m 3; S ca rla tin s 3; Student

C o u ncil A lte rn a te 3; Yell clu b 3; Y-Teens 3.

D A N J O H N S O N — F o o tb a ll I; H o m e co m in g Escort 3;

H i-Y 1; SML 2,3 ; S w im m ing 2,3; Y e ll clu b 2,3; J E N N Y

J O H N S O N — C h o ir 1; J u n io r C lass Play 2; Prom C o m ­

m ittee 2; Red Cross 1,2,3; S ca rlo fin s 1; Thespians 2;

Yell clu b 2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3, M ARY J O J O H N S O N -

Yell clu b 1,2.

PAM E LA J O H N S O N , R O N J O H N S T O N -F o o tb a ll 1;

SML 1,2,3; T ra ck 1 ; Yell clu b 3. SALLY JO JO N E S Red

C ross 1,2,3; S c a rla fin s 1; Yell clu b 2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1

S A N D R A A N N J O N E S S A N D R A LEE J O N E S E LIZA

BETH J O R D A N FHA I; Red C ross I,.’ - Yell c lu b 1,2,3,

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R O G ER K A M M E R D IE N E R - C h o ir 1,2,3 ; M D V C 3; W re s tlin g 1,2. B O B

K E H N E R - A u d u b o n S o c ie ty 3; JCL 1,2,3 ; J u n io r C lass P la y 2 ,3 ; Science

C lu b 1,2,3; S tudent C o u n c il Rep. 2 ; T he spian s 3; Y e ll C lu b 1,2,3. S A N D Y

KELLEY - D o lp h in s 2 ,3 ; G R A 2 ,3 ; IRQ 2 ,3 ; Yell C lu b 2,3.

T O D D K E N W A R D — O rc h e s tra 1 ,2 ,3 ; Red C ro ss 1 ,2 ,3 ; Tennis 1; Y e ll C lu b

1 2 3. PATTY KE R R — T ra n s fe r fro m M in o t, N o rth D a k o ta ; Y e ll C lu b 3.

STEVE K IL IA N — H i-Y 1 ,2,3 ; S cience 1,2; Y e ll C lu b 1.

RAY KITT — S tudent C o u n c il A lt. 1,2; W re s tlin g 1. V IC K I K IT Z R O W — C h o ir

1- G R A 1,2; IRO 2 ,3 ; Red C ro ss 1 ,2 ,3 ; S tu d e n t C o u n c il A lt. 3 ; T u m b lin g 1;

Y e ll C lu b ’ 1 ,2,3 ; Y-Teens 2 ,3. STEVE K L E IS T - " B y e Bye B ird ie " 1; C h o ir

2 ,3 ; W re s tlin g 1,2.

L IN D A K N U D S E N - Y e ll C lu b 3; Y-Teens 2 ,3 . G E O R ­

G IA K O C H — N a tio n a l Q u ill & S c ro ll 3; O ta k n a m 3;

Red C ross 2 ,3 ; T u m b lin g 2; Y e ll C lu b 2,3 . ERIC KO EP-

PE N .

LEROY KO TTKE - B a nd 1,2,3 ; C h o ir 1,2; Pep Band 2,3 ;

S tudent C o u n c il A lt. 2; W re s tlin g 1; Y e ll C lu b 3. L IN D A

K O T T K E - C h o ir 1; M D V C 3; Red C ross 2 ,3 ; Y e ll C lu b

3. J IM K O W C E U N - B a s e b a ll 1,2; F o o tb o ll 1

115


KAY KR O N C K E Yell clu b 3; Y-Teens 2,3 M A R T H A

K R O O N —A u d ubon 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3; "B ye Bye B ird ­

ie ." 1; Debate I; D olphins 1,2,3; IRO 1,2,3; JCL 1; Junio

r Class Play 2; NFL 1; O rchestra 1,2,3; Pep Band

1,2,3; Prom C o m m itte e 2; Radio W o rk s h o p 2,3; Yell

c lu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3. SH EILA KRUEGER - A u d u ­

bon 2,3; IRO 1; Red Cross 1,2; Yell clu b 1,2,3.

O RDELL K R U G E L -G R A 1; Red C ross 2; S ca rla fin s 1;

Thespians 2; Yell clu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,3. LARRY

K U D R L E -B a s k e tb a ll 1,2,3; F o o tb a ll 1,2,3; Hi-Y 1,2,3;

JCL 2; M -c lu b 1,2,3; SML 1; Tennis 1,2,3; Yell clu b 2,3.

L IN D A K U L A C K - A u d u b o n 3; C h o ir 2 ,3 ; D o lp h in s 2;

G R A 2; Red C ross 1,2; Thespians 1,2; Yell clu b 2,3.

J E A N KU LSETH. KEN L A N G - A u d u b o n 3; F o o tb a ll

1,2; M -c lu b 2,3 ; S w im m ing 1; T ra ck 1,2; W re s tlin g 2;

Yell clu b 2,3. BILL LA R A W A Y .

Seniors instigate sculpture

P E G G Y L A R S E N - C h o ir I; Red C ross 1,2; Student C o u n c il R e presentative

I. M IK E LA R S O N - C ross C o u n try 2; Science clu b 1,2;

T ra ck 1,2; Yell clu b 3. B O B LA R S O N . C A R O L L E A V E R -Y e ll

c lu b 3.

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M A R Y L E N E R T Z - F H A 3; T hespians 2;

Y-Teens 1,2.

G W E N L E N Z — C h o ir 1; H ig h N e w s 3;

IRO 1,2,3; J u n io r C lass P loy 2; N a tio n a l

Q u ill & S c ro ll 2 ,3 ; O rche sis 1 ,2 ,3 ; Prom

C o m m itte e 2; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 ; Y-Teens

1,2,3.

m a r k l i d s t r o m - C ross C o u n try 1,2;

J u n io r C lass P lay 2; M -c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; SML

2 ,3 ; T ra c k 1 ,2,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 3.

"IS T H IS REALLY th e w a y to a v o id th e n o o n h o u r c ro w d s ? " asks

J e ff M u n s e ll o f K a th y C o x .

G L O R IA L IM M E R -A u d u b o n 3; S c a rla fin s 1; Y e ll clu b

1,2,3. L Y N N L O O N E Y — C h e e rle a d in g 1,2,3; C h o ir 1;

D o lp h in s 1; H o m e c o m in g A tte n d a n t 3; IRO 2. Red Cross

1,2; T u m b lin g 1; Yell clu b 1,2,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3. ROSE-

M ARY L O R E N T Z - IR O i ,2; Red C ross 1,2; Student

C o u n c il S e c re ta ry 3; Thespians 1; Y e ll clu b 1,2,3 ; Y-

Teens 1,2,3.

K A T H L E E N L O U R IS - O R A 2. Y e ll clu b 2 ,3 . KEN

L U H R IN G — T ra n sfe r fro m L o yo la . ART L U N D — M D V C

3; W re s tlin g 1,2,3.

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BARB LUND — N a tio n a l Q u ill & S croll 2,3; O la kn a m 3;

Prom C om m ittee 2; Red Cross 2; Student C o u n cil Rep. 3;

T um bling 2,3; Y ell clu b 2,3; Y-Teens 2,3. STEVE

LUND Band 1,2,3; "B y e Bye B ird ie 1; D e bate I; G o lf

1,2,3; IRO 1,2,3; M -club 2,3; NFL 1,2,3; O rchestra 2,3;

Pep Band 1,2,3; Prom C om m ittee 2; Student Council

A lte rn a te I ; Representative 2; President 3; W re s tlin g 1,2.

MAUREEN LUTHER — A u d u b o n Society 2,3; Band

1,2,3; C h o ir 1,2,3; J unior Class Play 2; Pep Bond 3;

Thespians 2,3; Yell clu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3.

GERALDINE L U T Z -M D V C 3; Yell clu b 3. LINDA

M c C a r th y - G R A l . p a t McCONVILLE - Yell d u b 2.

MARY M c D o n o u g h — Band 1,2,3; H igh N ew s 3; IRO

2,3; Pep Band 2,3; Yell clu b 1,2,3. SUE McDUFFIE

T ra n sfe r fro m B lo o m in g to n ; O rchesis 3; Y-Teens 3. JO-

LEEN M cG O W A N — A u d u b o n Society 1,2; G R A 3;

IRO 3; Prom C o m m itte e 2; Red Cross 1,2; Yell clu b 2,3;

Y-Teens 3.

Steve Lund leads student body

KATHY M cG O W A N - A u d u b o n 1,2; IRO 3; Red C ross

1,2; Science c lu b 2,3; Y ell c lu b 2,3; Y-Teens 3. TOM

M cLAUG H LIN - SML 2,3; W re s tlin g 2; Y ell clu b 3.

MARILYN McLEAN — A u d u b o n S o cie ty 1,2; D e bate

1; IRO 1,2,3; JCL I; Ju nio r Gloss Ploy 2; NFL 1,2,3;

O rchesis 1,2,3; Prom C o m m itte e 2; Red C ross 1,2; Student

C o u n c il A lt 2,3; Thespians 2,3; Y ell clu b 1,2,3;

Y-Teens 1,2,3.

G AIL M AAH S C h o ir I; FHA 1,2; S c a rla lin s I; Yell

c lu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3. JAMES MADSEN Hi-Y

1,2,3; M D V C 3; Yell c lu b 3. HAROLD M ALLISO N Yell

clu b 2,3.

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JERENE M A L W I T Z - A u d u b o n 2; G R A 1; Red C ross 3; S c a ria fin s 1

T u m b lin g 1,2; Y e ll c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1- D EBBY M A N E C K E - Band

1 ,2 ,3 ; C h e e rle o d in g 1,2,3 ; S o p h o m o re C la ss T re o s u re r; J u n io r C lass

T re a s u re r; S e n io r C lass V ic e -P re s id e n t; D o lp h in s 1,2,3,- O rch e sis

1 ,2 ,3 ; Prom C o m m itte e 2; S tu d e n t C o u n c il Rep. 1; T u m b lin g 1,2,3;

Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3. J O H N M A R T E N S -R e d C ross 1.

RICK M A R T E N S . PAT M A T H IS — "B y e Bye B ird ie " I ; H igh N e w s 3;

O rch e sis 1; Red C ross 2; T u m b lin g 1; Yell c lu b 2; C re a tiv e W ritin g

c lu b 2. BILL M ATTE S. T O M M A T T S O N — T ra n sfe r fro m W ils o n

C a m p u s S ch o ol. SUE M E A D - R e d C ross 2; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3.

C A R O L M EES — FH A 1,2; Red C ro ss 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b

1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 2. L E N N Y M E L C H IO R - H A R L E N

M E N K - H i- Y 1,2; Y e ll c lu b 3.

JO R G E M E R L IN S K I — APS stu d e nt fro m U ru g u a y ; FFA

3- IRO 3; Tennis 3; Y e ll c lu b 3. J A N IC E M ERRITT —

T m n s fe r fro m A n o k a ; B a nd 3; IRO 3; Y-Teens 3.

LO R E N E M IC H A E L — A u d u b o n 3; Y e ll c lu b 2,3 .

119


STEVE MICHEL — T ransfer fro m L o yo la. TOM MICHELS — Yell clu b 3.

BARB MILLER- C h o i r 2,3; Red C ross 1,2; Yell clu b 1,2,3.

LARRY MILLER- B a s e b a ll 1,2,3 ; FFA 2 ,3 ; M -clu b 2; W re s tlin g 2,3 ; Yell

clu b 3. LIN DA MILLER - A u d u b o n Society 1; "B y e Bye B ird ie " 1; JCL 2;

O rch e stra 1,2,3; Prom C o m m itte e 2; Red Cross 1,2; Science club 1,2,3; Yell

c lu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1. THERESA MILLER - FHA 1 ;M D V C 3 .

GARY MITCHELL. JO H N MOLLOY - A u d u b o n Society 1; Band 1; H i-Y 1;

Pep Bond 1 ;S M L 3; S w im m ing 1 ,2 ,3 ; Tennis 1 . PAM M O R G A N - O r c h e s tra

1,2,3; Thespians 2; Yell c lu b 3.

Senior boys contemplate draft

B O B M O R G A N . C IN D Y M O R R IL L -C h o ir I. J IM M O R R IS - P e p B o n d 1 , 2 ,3 ; SML 1 ; S tudent C o u n c il A lt. 2 ,3 ; Thespians 3; Y ell

G o lf 1,2,3; M -c lu b 2 ,3; SML 3; Y ell c lu b 1,2,3. BILL M O R R IS B o nd c lu b 1,3; B a ske tb a ll 1,2,3,

1,2,3; B a seball 1,2,3; Hi-Y 1,2,3; J u n io r C lass Ploy 2; M -c lu b 2,3;

120


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S P E N D IN G T H E IR N O O N h o u r p la y in g b r id g e in M r. H a k e s 's ro o m a r e s e n io rs B o b N e ls e n , R o g e r B ra a n

D a r r e l M u lle r le ile , L a rry B la c k s ta d , B o b B o d e a n d L a rry W e b e r .

JE A N N E T T E M O Y E R — A u d u b o n 1,2 ,-G R A 1 . G E N E M UELLER — SML

3; Y e ll c lu b 2,3 . C H U C K M U L L E N B E R G - SM L 2 ,3 ; W re s tlin g 2, Yell

c lu b 3.

DARRELL M ULLERLEILE — B a se b a ll 1 ,2 ,3 ; C ross C o u n try l, 3 ; H i- Y 1,2,3;

SM L 1- Y e ll c lu b 2 ,3 ; B o s k e tb o ll 1,2,3. JEFF M U N S E L L -B a s e b a ll ;

F o o tb o ll 1,2; Y e ll c lu b 3. S U Z A N M U T C H - G R A 2 ,3 ; S c o rla fin s l; Y e ll

c lu b 2,3 .

LARRY M U T S C H . C O N N IE N E A L - C h o ir 1,2,3 ; J u n io r C lass P lay 2;

Prom C o m m itte e 2; Red C ross 1 ,2 ,3 ; S tudent C o u n c il

^

Thespians 3- T u m b lin g 3; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 ; Y-Teens 1,3; B O B N E LS E N

B a s k e tb a ll 1 ,2 ,3 ; C ross C o u n try 1,2,3; M -c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; SM L 1; T ra c k 1,2,3;

Y e ll c lu b 2,3.

121


L IN D A N E LS O N - T ransfer fro m Rochester, IRO 3; Yell

c lu b 3; Y-Teens 3. M EREDITH N E L S O N - A u d u b o n

1,2,3; IRO 1,2,3; JCL I; N a lio n o l Q u ill & S cro ll 2,3;

O ta k n a m 3; Prom C o m m itte e 2; R adio W o rk s h o p 2,3;

Red Cross 1,2,3; Yell clu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3, PAUL

N E L S O N - A u d u b o n 3; F ootball 1,2,3; Hi-Y 2,3; M -clu b

3; Science clu b 2 ,3 ; SML 1; T rack 1,2; Yell clu b 2,3;

B a sketball 1,2,3.

SCOTT N E LS O N - Baseball I ; F o o tb a ll 2; Red C ross 3;

SML 3; Sw im m ing 2; Yell club 3. CHERYL N E R E -B a n d

1,2,3; "B y e Bye B ird ie " 1; H igh News 3; IRO 2; N a ­

tio n a l Q u ill & S croll 3; Pep Band 2,3 ; O rchesis 2,3;

Student C o uncil A lte rn a te I, Representative 2; Yell clu b

1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3. TERRY NESS - Baseball 1,2,3;

M -c lu b 1,2,3; Yell clu b 1,2,3.

I S H A R O N NIC K ELS . C A R O L N IE L S E N -G R A 1;

I Yell clu b 2,3; A rt clu b 3. G LO R IA N IE L S E N -Y e ll club

2,3; Y-Teens 3.

JU D IE N IE L S E N -C h o ir I ; M D V C 3; Red Cross 2; Yell clu b 2,3; Y-

Teens 3. JE A N N IT Z K O W S K I - FHA 1,2,3; G RA 1; Yell clu b 2 ,3 ; Y-

Teens 3. N O R M A N N IT Z K O W S K I A u d u b o n I; G R A 1,2,3; H o m e ­

com ing Escort 3; Hi-Y 1,2 ,3 ; Science clu b I ; Yell clu b 1,2,3.

BRAD N O R D G R E N A u d u b o n 1,2,3; C ross C o u n try 2,3 ; F o o tb a ll 1;

Hi-Y 1,2 ,3; M -clu b 2 ,3 ; Pep Band 2 ,3; S w im m ing 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Yell

clu b 2,3. T O D D N U T T IN G , L IN D A O A C H S - ■C h o ir 1,2,3; O rchesis

1,2; Yell clu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,

122


L a V O N N E O C K W I G - Y e ll c lu b 3; Y-Teens 3. D O N O L S E N — B a se b a ll

1 ,2 ,3 ; B a s k e tb a ll 1; C h o ir 2 ,3 ; F o o tb a ll 2 ,3 ; M -c lu b 2 ,3 ; W re s tlin g 2 ,3 ;

K A T H Y O N E Y — G R A 1,2; Red C ro s s 1,2; S c a rla fin s 1; Y e ll c lu b 1,2 ,3 ; BETTA

O W E N S — H ig h N e w s 2; H o m e c o m in g A tte n d a n t 3 ; IRO 1; J u n io r C la ss P la y

2 ; N a tio n a l Q u ill & S c ro ll 2 ,3 ; O ta k n a m E d ito r 3; Prom C o m m itte e 1, R a dio

W o rk s h o p 2; Red C ro ss 1,2; S tudent C o u n c il Rep. 1,2; Y e ll C lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens

\ ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens C o u n c il 3 ; C h o ir 1.

TERRY P A L M E R - G o lf 3; JCL 2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 3. BR UCE P A R A D IS - T ra n s fe r

fro m L o y o la . STEVE P A R S O N S - In tra m u ra l sports 2 ,3 ; SM L 3. L Y N D A

P A T E R -Y e ll c lu b 2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 3. R O N P A TTE R S O N - B a se b a ll 1; W re s tlin g

2; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 . T O M P A U T S C H - B a se b a ll 1; FFA 2 ,3 ; G o lf 1 ,2 ,3 ; H i-Y 1,

S w im m in g 1; Yell c lu b 3.

Owens and Roth head publications

J A N E P E H L I N G - G R A 1; J u n io r C lass P lay 2; R a dio W o rk s h o p 2; Red

C ross 1,2; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 ; Y-Teens 1,3. D E N N Y P E R K IN S -F o o tb a h

1 2 ,3 ; M -c lu b 2 ,3 ; SM L 3; S tudent C o u n c il A lt. 1,2; W re s tlin g 1; Yell clu b

{,2. C O N N IE P E T E R S O N -F H A 1,2,3.

J U D Y P O L IN S K I- O rc h e s is 1,2; S tudent C o u n c il A lte rn a te 3; Yell clu b

1 2- Y-Teens 1 2,3 . BRUCE PRICE - A u d u b o n 1,2; B a seball 1; FFA

r,2 ; G ym n a stics 1; Y ell clu b 1,3; L IN D A Q U A D A Y - T hespicns 2,3 ;

Y e ll clu b 3.

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DARL RAH - T r a n s fe r fro m C a lifo rn io . M A R T H A R A N K IN - C h o i r 3; Red C ross 2 ,3 ; T u m b lin g 2,3 ; Y e ll clu b

2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 2,3. R A N D Y R A S M U S S E N — Prom C o m m itte e 2; Red C ross 2 ,3 ; Thespians 2 ,3 ; Yell c lu b 1,2 ,3 ;

Y-Teens 1,2,3. CHAR LES REASNER - T ra n sfe r fro m L o y o la ; SML 3; Yell c lu b 3. P A U L REED. CHERYL

REVIER - Yell clu b 2 ,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3.

"E N T E R T A IN IN G JOELLE V IA L A R D a n d J o rg e

M e rlin s k i w ith A m e ric a n f o lk songs a re s e n io rs ;

D a rla S w e n son, B e cky G e o rg e , J o rg e , C h ip U l-

Joelle and Jorge

BILL R IT T E N H O U S E -F o o tb a ll 1; Hi-Y 1; B a sketb a ll 1;

Science clu b 1; SML 1,2,3; T ra ck 1; Yell clu b 1,2,3.

D A VE R O D E N - B a s e b a ll 1,2,3; G ym nastics 1,3; SML

2 ,3 ; Yell clu b 3. D O N R O D E N - B a seball 1,2; W re s ­

tlin g 1,2; Y e ll clu b 2,3.

STEVE RO M E - T ra n sfe r fro m Blue Earth; C h o ir 3,

CH AR LO T TE R O S E N G R E N - D e bate 1,2,3; NFL 2,3;

Red C ross 1; Y e ll c lu b 1,3; Y-Teens 1, G R E G ROSE-

V O L D - B a seball 1; F o o tb a ll 1,2; Hi-Y 1: R a dio W o r k ­

shop 1; Red C ross 2; SML 2; Y e ll C lu b 1,2,3.

N A N C Y RO TH A u d u b o n 2; D o lphm s 2; H ig h N e w s 2;

E d itor 3; IRO I ; JCL 1; Junio r C lass Play 2; N a tio n a l

Q u ill & S cro ll 2,3 ; Science C lu b 1,2: Thespians 1,3.

D O U G ROY F o o tb a ll 1.2 Hi-Y 1,2,3; M c lu b 2,3; Pep

Band 3; Red C ross 3; T ra ck 1,2.3; W re s tlin g 1,2,3: Yell

clu b 1,2,3, N IN A R U C H Y e ll clu b 1,2,3.


GARY R U D E N IC K - A u dubon 3, Baseball 1; Junior Class

President; F oo tball 1,2; Hi-Y 3; Junior Class Ploy 2; M -club

1,2,3; Prom C om m ittee 2; Science club 3; T rack 2,3; W re s ­

tling 1,2,3; State C h am pion 133 lbs. Yell club 1,2,3, VIC K Y

R U T T -Y e llc lu b 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3.

M A R Y A N N RYG - FHA l;Y e llc lu b 1,2,3, P E N N Y S A I K I -

A rt clu b 1,3; A u dubon 1,2,3; S o p h o m o re Class S e cretory;

IRO 1,3; Junior Class Ploy 2; O rchesis 1,2,3; Prom C o m ­

mittee 2; Radio W o rk s h o p 3; Red Cross 1,2,3; Thespians 2;

Yell C lu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3.

rich , Tom F e n g e r, B a rb T h o rn b y,. J o e lle a n d

D ove Roden.

join class o f ’66

S U S A N S A M U E L S E N -B o n d 2,3; O rchestro 2; Pep Band

2,3; Red Cross 2,3; Thespians 2; Yell clu b 2,3; Y-Teens 2,3.

SARA S A M U E L S O N -A u d u b o n 1,3; Bond 1,2,3; C h o ir 1;

Yell club 3; Y-Teens 1,2,3.

L IN D A SCHALLER — Transfer fro m V irg in ia , PAT

SC HILTZ — Yell club 1,2,3; Red Cross 3; Y-Teens 3.

G REG S C H M ID T — T ransfer fro m Loyo la.

STEVE SC HO EPHO ERSTER

S C H U LD T — A u d u b o n 2,3; IRO

Bond 1; C h o ir 2,3 ; JE A N

1; N o tio n a l Q u ill &

S croll 2,3; O to kna m 3; Red Cross 1,2; Tum bling 1 , Yell

clu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens I. ED S C H U L E R -G o U 1 2 Hi-Y 3-

Yell clu b 3.

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J O H N S C H U L L -B a n d 1,2; Yell clu b 3. D A V ID

S C H U L T Z — T ransfer fro m M a p le lo n . W E N D Y

S C H U L T Z -G R A 1; C h o ir 1,2,3; Yell clu b 2,3; Y-Teens

1,2,3.

A F S sends Adolphson to Philippines

D IA N E S C H U M A C H E R -B a n d 1,2,3 ; C h o ir 3; IRO 1,2,3, O rchesis

2,3; Pep Band 1,2,3; Red C ross 2, Y ell clu b 1,2,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3.

A L IS O N S E N S - B o n d 1; FHA 1; Y e ll clu b 3; Y-Teens 1,2; D IA N N E

S E N S - Y e ll clu b 1,3.G A IL SEVER SO N - T u m b lin g 1; O rchesis 1,2;

Yell clu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3. J O H N S E X TO N - A u d u b o n Society

3; D e bate 1,2,3; D e clom 3; JCL 3; NFL 1,2,3; S tudent C o u n c il Representative

3; Tennis 2; V \/restling 2 ,3 ; SHERRY S H E L L H O R N - D e­

b a te l IRO 2 ,3 ; Science c lu b 1,2; Student C o u n c il R epresentative 3;

Thespians 1; Yell c lu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 2,3 . L Y N D A S IE H N D E L - IR O

1; O rchesis 1; Red C ross 1,2; Y e ll C lu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3. S U S A N

S L O C U M - C h o ir 3; T u m b lin g 3; Y-Teens 3.

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STEVE S M A L L - B a s e b a ll 2 ; SM L 2 ,3 ,-T ra c k 3. D O N N A

S M E S R U D - C h o ir i ,2 ; JCL 1 ,2 ,3 ; RacJio W o rk s h o p 2;

Red C ro ss 1,2; T h e spia n s 1,2; Y e ll c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens

1 ,2 ,3 . M A R T H A S M IT H - D o lp h in s 1; IRO 1 ,2 ,3 ; JCL 1;

J u n io r C lass P lo y 2; Prom C o m m itte e 2; Red C ro ss 1,2;

S tudent C o u n c il A lte rn o te 1,3; R e p re se n to tive 2;

T he spian s 2 ; Y e ll c lu b 1,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3.

S H A R O N S M IT H . T O M S M I T H - H ig h N e w s 2; H i-Y

1,2,3 ; O to k n a m 2. Y e ll c lu b 3; S w im m in g I. M A R G E N E

S O L T - Y e ll c lu b 2 ,3 .

BILL S O L Y N T G E S — T ra n s fe r fro m L o y o la

ERIC S O R E B O

- W r e s t lin g 1; Y e ll c lu b 1. L IN D A S O R E B O - C h o ir 1;

J u n io r C lass S e c re ta ry , G irls State 2; IRO 1 ,2 ,3 ; J u n io r

C lass P lo y 2 ; Q u ill & S c ro ll 2 ,3 ; Prom C o m m itte e 2 ; R a d io

W o rk s h o p 2; S tu dent C o u n c il R e p re se nta tive 2, C o -V ic e -

P resident 3; Y e ll c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3 . G E O R G IA

S P A N G E N B E R G - C h o ir 1; R a d io W o rk s h o p 3; Red C ro ss

1; T u m b lin g 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3 . LEE

S P E LB R IN K — A u d u b o n 1; B a s e b a ll 1 ,2 ,3 ; S e n io r C lass

S e c re ta ry ; F o o tb a ll 1,3; H i-Y 1,3; B a s k e tb a ll 1,2,3 ; J u n io r

C lass P lo y 2 ,3 ; M -c lu b 2 ,3 ; Prom C o m m itte e 2; Science c lu b

1; SM L 1,3; S tu d e n t C o u n c il A lte rn a te 3; T he spian s 2 ,3 ; Y ell

c lu b 1,3. J IM S P E N G E R - B a s e b a ll 1; F o o tb a ll 1; SM L 2 ,3;

Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 . M A R K S P R IN T - F o o tb a ll 1; J u n io r C lass

P lo y 2- R a d io W o rk s h o p 2 ,3 ; W re s tlin g 1; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3;

O n e -A c t P lay 2 ,3 . G A Y LE S T A C K H O U S E .

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M A R IO N S T A V - C h o ir I; D ebate 1,2,3, JCL 2 ,3 ; NFL J ,2 ,3 ; Red

C ross 2; Science clu b 1,2,3; Thespians 1,2,3; Yell clu b 2 ,3 ; Y-Teens

1,2. C A R O L S T E F F E N S M E IE R -G R A 1,2; Thespians 2; Yell clu b

2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 3. KAREN STIER — C h o ir 1; J u n io r Class Ploy 2;

Rodio W o rk s h o p 3; Red C ross 2; T u m b ling 1,2; Yell c lu b 1,2,3;

Y-Teens 1,2,3. DALE STOLT - B a seball 1,2,3; W re s tlin g 1,2,3.

IRENE STOLT — Red C ross 2; Yell clu b 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3.

J IN N Y STREET — Junio r Class Play 2; S c a rla fin s 3; Yell clu b 3;

Y-Teens 3. B R IA N S U G D E N - G o lf 1,2,3; Hi-Y 1; IRO 3; M -clu b

1,2,3; Prom C o m m itte e 2; Student C o u n c il Representative 1;

S w im m in g 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; S tu d e n t C o u n c il C o -V ic e

P resident 3. C H IP S W E N S O N - F o o tb a ll 1.

D ARLA S W E N S O N — Band 1,2; C h o ir 1; H o m e co m ing

A tte n d a n t 3; IRO 1,2,3; Junio r C lass Play 2; Q u ill and

S croll 2 ,3 ; O rchesis 2 ,3 ; O ta k n a m 3, A sso ciate E ditor.

Y ell clu b 1,2,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3. LO REN S W E N S O N -

R adio W o rk s h o p

1,2; S w im m in g 1,2; T ro ck 1,2; Yell

c lu b 1,2,3; SC O TT S W E N S O N - H ig h N ew s a n d

O ta k n a m p h o to g ra p h e r; S tudent C o u n c il A lt. 2; Student

C o u n c il Representative 3. J O H N N E S Y V E R S O N - A u ­

d u b o n 2; Band 1,2; Science c lu b 1,2; Yell c lu b 1,2; Red

C ross 2. RICK T A N N E R - Bond 1,2,3; B a seball I;

G ym n a stics 3; Hi-Y 1,2; Pep Band 1,2,3; SML 1,2;

S w im m in g 1,2; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3. M ARTY T H O M P S O N -

B a seball 1,2,3; C h o ir 3; H o m e co m in g Escort 3; Hi-Y 1;

Science clu b 1,2,3; SML 2; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3.

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P A M T H O M P S O N - C h o ir 1,2,3 ; IRO 1 ,2 ,3 ; JCL 1,2 ,3 ; O rch e sis

1 2 3- R a d io W o rk s h o p 3; Red C ross 1 ,2 ,3 ; S cience c lu b 1; Y e ll c lu b

I 2 3 ; Y-Teens 1 ,2 ,3 ; TV W o rk s h o p 3. R IC K T H O M P S O N - A u d u ­

b o n 2; G y m n a s tic s 1 ,2 ,3 ; M c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; BARB

T H O R N B Y - A u d u b o n 1,2; C h e e rle o d in g 1; C h o ir 1 ,2 ,3 ; D o lp h m s

2- IRO 1 2- Q u ill & S c ro ll 2 ,3 ; O rc h e s is 1 ,2 ,3 ; O to k n o m 3; Prom

C o m m itte e 2 ; Y e ll C lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2. A M Y TILL - C h o ir 1 ;J C L

2 ; R a d io W o rk s h o p ; Red C ro ss 1,2; Y e ll c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3 ;

Y-Teens C o u n c il 2. R O G ER T I M M - F F A 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3. A N N

T O L IN - A u d u b o n 1,2; C h o ir 1 ,2 ,3 ; IRO 1,2; J u n io r C lass p la y 2;

O rch e sis 1; O ta k n o m 3; Red C ro ss 1,2,3 ; T he spian s 1,2; Yell clu b

1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3 ; LLO YD T R U E - R e d C ro ss 1,3; W re s tlin g 1,2;

Y e ll c lu b 3. S T E P H A N IE U L E N - C h o ir 1; D e b a te 1 ,2 ,3 ; IRO 2; JCL

1,2; NFL 1 ,2,3 ; Red C ro ss 2 ; Thespians 2; T u m b lin g 1,2; Y e ll C lu b

i !2 !3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3,

F out seniors attain Aderit Honors

J A N IC E U L L R IC H — T ra n s fe r fro m Des M o m e s, Io w a .

C H IP U L R IC H — T ra n s fe r fro m L o y o la . LA V E R N E UL-

M E N — FH A 1; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 .

C H A R L E N E V A N D E W E G E — C h o ir 2 ,3 ; G R A 3 ; Red

C ro s s 2 3 ; S c a ria fin s 2; T u m b lin g 3; Y e ll c lu b 3 ; Y-Teens

1,2,3 . JO ELLE V IA L A R D - A F S student fro m France;

C h o ir 3; IRO 3 ; R a dio W o rk s h o p 3; Y e ll c lu b 3 ; Y-Teens

3 R O N V O L K - F F A 1,2.

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R ICHAR D W A A G E - Y e ll clu b 1,2,3; D IA N N E W A G ­

NER - Yell clu b 2,3; D O N N A W A L T E R M A N N - M D V C

3; Yell clu b 3.

H O W A R D W A R D - Y e ll clu b 1,2,3. G ARY W A S S -

Baseball 1,2,3; Yell clu b 3. BRUCE W A T E R S T O N -

G o lf 1,3; M club 1,2,3; SML 1,3; Yell clu b 1,2,3.

LARRY W E B E R -B o n d 1,2,3; Pep Band 1,2,3; Track

1 3- Yell clu b 1,2,3; STEVE W EIM ERT - T ransfer fro m

L o yo la ; A u d io -V isual 3; SML 3; M ARY W E IN G A R T Z -

FHA 1,2; O rchesis I ; Radio W o rk s h o p 3; Y-Teens 2,3.

L IN D A W E LC O M E — A u dubon 1,2; FHA 3; JCL 1; Radio

W o rk s h o p 2; Thespians 2; Yell clu b 1,2,3. VE LM A

W E N Z L A F F — T ransfer fro m Pipestone. Bond 3; D e bate

3; D eclom 3; G R A 3; IRO 3; NFL 3; Pep Bond 3; Yell club

3; Y-Teens 3. J O H N W E S T O N .

JO D IE W IL A B Y W re s tlin g I JIM W IL B U R Baseball 1,2; Hi-Y 1,2;

Yell clu b 3 D O N N A W ILLAR D - C h o ir I; D eclam 2 ,3 ; FHA 1,2; Radio

W o rk s h o p 2; Thespians 1,3; Yell clu b 1,2,3.

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J U D Y W IL L IA M S - R e d C ro ss 2 ,3 ; Y e ll c lu b 2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 2,3 . L O W ­

ELL W IL L O C K - F F A 1; B a s e b a ll 3; H i-Y 1,2; M c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; T ra c k

1 2- W re s tlin g 1,2; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 . M A R L E N E W IL S O N - T r a n s fe r

fro m E a g le Lake ; Y e ll c lu b 3 ; Y-Teens 3. PETE W I L S O N - B a n d

1 2 3- "B y e Bye B ird ie " 1; C h o ir 1; Pep B o n d 1,2,3 ; R a d io W o r k -

s h o p ’ 1 2 ,3 ; T h e spia n s 2 ,3. J IM W I N C H - Y e ll c lu b 3. B O B

W O L D - B a s e b a ll 1; G o lf 2; SM L 3. K A T H Y W O O D - A u d u b o n

S o c ie ty 1,2; C h o ir 1; H ig h N e w s 3 ; H o m e c o m in g A tte n d a n t 3; Q u ill

& S c ro ll 2 ,3 ; R a d io W o rk s h o p 1,2; Red C ross 1,2; S c a rla fin s 1;

Student C o u n c il Rep 2; T hespians 2; Y e ll c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3.

TERRY W O O D - A u d u b o n 3; IRO 3; Prom C o m m itte e 2; S c a rla fin s

1; S tudent C o u n c il Rep. 3; T u m b lin g 3; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3

P A U L A W O R N S O N - A u d u b o n 1; O rch e sis 1 ,2 ,3 ; S tudent C o u n c il

A lt. 2; S tudent C o u n c il Rep. 1; Yell c lu b 1,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1,3; O ta k n a m

3 K A T H Y W Y A T T — A u d u b o n l; B a n d 1 ,2 ,3 ; T u m b lin g 1,2,3; Yell

c lu b 1 ,2 ,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2, D W IG H T Y A E G E R - F F A 1,2; Y e ll c lu b 3.

D U K N A E Y A N G — Tennis 1; T ra c k 2; W re s tlin g 1,2,

Seniors encounter College Boards

RO SY Z E L L - A u d u b o n 1,2; C h o ir 1,2,3 ; D o lp h in s 1,2,3; IRO 1.2,3;

P ° m C o l i t t e e 2; Y e ll c lu b 1,2,3 ; Y-Teens 1,2,3^ L IN D A Z I E G A H N -

C h o ir 1; IRO 2; T hespians 2; T u m b lin g 3; Y ell c ub ' ' J '/ ® ® " " ' ' 3 '

C A R O L Z U E H L - T r a n s fe r fro m B lo o m in g to n , M in n .; D e b a te 3; N rL j .

Y e ll C lu b 3; Y-Teens 3.

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N O W a veteran o f M HS, the ju n io r class fo u nd this y e a r fille d

w ith m any new responsibilities. P ooling its talents, the class

m anaged to p roduce an 18-skit p la y , 'Best o f B ro a d w a y .

M ea n w h ile , ju n io r g irls d isp la ye d th e ir co u ra g e as they p a ra d e d

through the halls in the latest g a rb , the g ra n n y dress.

Absences ran high the w eek term p apers w e re due, w hile

b le a ry-e ye d juniors typ e d 'til the wee hours o f the m orning.

As spring a p p ro a c h e d , juniors w ere busy snipping and pasting

a w a y, h u rryin g to com plete th e ir prom them e, h o p in g to m ake it

the most m e m o rable one.

W ith tw o years dow n and one to g o , juniors lo o k e d fo rw a rd to

a g re a t summer and th e ir upcom ing senior year.

T A K IN G TIM E OFF fro m th e ir m a n y r e s p o n s ib ilitie s , th e ju n io r cla ss o f f i ­

cers, N a n c y W o rn s o n , p r e s id e n t Jim F re d ric k s o n , K a re n N o rth e n s c o ld a n d

E la in e Tosch, e n jo y th e fir s t s n o w fa ll.

Fredrickson directs juniors

C a ro l A d a m s

P a t A d a m s

D e n n is A le x a n d e r

C y n th ia A lle n

L a rry A lle n

L in d a A lle n

M ik e A lle n

K a re n A lte n b u r g

Jam es A m u n d s o n

L in d a A n d e rs e n

B ru c e A n d e rs o n

D e a n A n d e rs o n

G a ry A n d e rs o n

T u rk A n d e rs o n

L a u rie A n d e rs o n

P e g g y A n d e rs o n

T e rry A n d e rs o n

V ir g in ia A n d e rs o n

S a n d ra A n n is

G le n n A rn e s e n

D a rle n e B a c h m e y e r

D o n n a B a c h m e y e r

D a rla B a k e r

M a rk B a lc e rz a k

Jam e s B a rn e s

L o rry B a rn e s

R a n d i B a td o r f

M a r g a r e t B a u e r

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R o s e m a ry B a y n e s

C a n d a c e B e a v e r

V ir g in ia B e ck

W in n ie B e ll

C h e ry l B e n z ie

C r a ig B e rb e rlc h

J u n e B e rb e ric h

S u z a n n e B e rg

K a re n B e y e r

C a ro l B ie d s c h e id

L a ila B irc h

C h ris tin e B irk h o lz

M a ry B la c k

D e n n is B o d e

P a u l B o h n e rt

L in d a B o ld t

M a r g a r e t B o lle n b a c h e r

J e ro m e B o rth

A la n B o ye

M a r s h a ll B rig g s

T o n y B ro w n

T h o m a s B u e s in g

K a re n B u rn e tt

C h a rle s B u rn s

J a n ic e Bush

C h ris tin e C a m in a ti

J a n e C a rls tro m

C o n n ie C a r p e n te r

L in d a C a r p e n te r

S te lla C a s p e r

D a w n C a s w e ll

R o s e m a rie C h a tle a in

R o b e rt C h e s le y

K a re n C h ris te n s e n

A la n C h ris te n s o n

P a m e la C lin e

J e a n C o o k e

J a n e t C o rd s

P a m e la C o r le tt

S c o tt C r o o k e r

Lynn C ross

W illia m C u lle n

P a m D a h l

A lle n D a llm a n n

W e s le y D a v e y

G e r a ld D e h n

J u d ith D e th lo f f

J a c q u e D e v e n s

R o n a ld D e v e n s

J e a n e tte D e V Ia e m in c k

M ik e D ic k m e y e r

R ic h a rd D ie d ric h s e n

P h illip D o rn

J e rry D o w n s

J o e d y D u b k e

S a n d r a D u fty

S tu a r t D u n c a n

K a th ry n E d e r

R o b e rt E kstam

R o g e r E lia s

J e n n ife r E n ke

S c o tt Eva ns

S te v e F a n d re

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B a rb a ra F en ton

Y vo n n e F erguso n

C a th y Pick

D a v id F ie ld s

Jim Fischer

L a D a ry l Fischer

Joe F itz p a tric k

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R o b e rt F la te q u a l

S h e ila F lynn

S h irle y F lynn

B o n n ie F o rtn e y

Je a n F ra n k

R ic h a rd F re d ric h s

Jam es F re d ric k s o n

J u d y F re n z e l

R ic h a rd F re n z e l

R o g e r F re n z e l

Joe F rie d ric h s

Louise Frost

S te ve n Frost

M a ry G a g

Jim G a te s

Pam G a u th ie r

K a th ie G a z d ik

G re g G e m io

M ic h a e l G e o rg e

R a lp h G im m e r

H a rle y G o tt

Juniors present

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C a s s ie H a p k e

D ia n e H a ro ld s o n

B ru c e H a r^A re ll

P e rs h in g H a s lip

K e n n e th H e d

C a m e ro n H e d s tro m

M u rie l H e in z e

L in d a H e is e

R o b e rt H e is e r

D a le H e lle r

C h a rle n e H e n d e rs o n

J o le n e H e n d le y

G a ry H e n d ric k s o n

K a th y H e n s e l

K a th y H e rio n

R o x a n n e H e rm a n

J e rry H e rrle y

R a m o n a H icks

R o n a ld H icks

K a th y H o e rr

B o n ita H o ffm a n

D ia n e H o ffm a n

R h o n d a H o g re n

J o h n H o ile n b a c h

T e rry H o m e r

R a n d y H o ve

B ria n H o y t

B re n t H u g d a h l

Jim H u g h e s

D o ro th y H u n te r

Tom H u n z ik e r

S a ily Ja ckso n

i d vf;

D o ro th y Ja ns

J u d ith Ja n s

C h e ry l Jense n

N a n c y Jense n

D o n J o h a n n s e n

B ra d Jo h n s o n

D a rry l Jo h n s o n

D o n n a Jo h n s o n

‘Best o f Broadway’

V ic k ie J o h n s o n

D ia n n e J o h n s to n

A la n J o n e s

G a il Jo n e s

M a ry J o v a a g

K a th y J u b e r ia n

T im J u b e r ia n

R ita J u h lin

D e n n y K a u s

R ic h a rd K e lly

C a ro l K e ltg e n

A n n K e n w a rd

J im K im b le

P a tty K im p to n

R ic h a rd K irb y

Tom K irc h n e r

K a th y K le in b e c k

Ron K le is t

K a th y K lin t

D a le K n o lle n b e r g

W a n d a K n o p ft

C a r o l K o o is tra

P a t K o z itz a

G a r y K ra tz k e

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G a ry K re u tz e r

V ic k i Krise

P a u l K ro u b e tz

D a v id K ru e g e r

C in d y K ru sm ark

Thom as L a n d e r

W e s le y L a n d w e r

P a u l L a n g e

S te ve n Lanz

L in d a Larson

B e cky Leas

A n n e Lee

A n n e L e g e n h a u s e n

C a ro n Leines

D e n n is L e n e rtz

H a ro ld L in d b e rg

Tim Loe

J e a n L o re n tz

“The Juniors are a whale of a class!’’

P a tty L o re n tz

S co tt Low ry

J u d y L u e g g e

J a n ic e L u h rin g

Tom Lund

D ia n a L u tte r

C la u d ia M c C o n v ille

D ia n n M c C u llo u g h

K a th y M c G a tt

S co tt M c G o w a n

N o la n M a d s o n

Pete M o n d e r fe ld

Tom M a n d e r fe ld

D u a n e M a n th e

Tom M a rk s

S teve M a rs h a ll

S a n d y M a th e w s

C h a rle s M a th w ig

Steve M a u s

P a tric ia M eeks

J u d y M e rr itt

P h il M e y e r

R ic h a rd M e y e r

R o b e rt M e y e r

H a ro ld M ille r

M e rri M ille r

R ita M ille r

R o g e r M o e ri

D e b o ra h M o h r

K a th y M o llo y

Jim M o o re

T h re a s a M o rg a n

N a n c y M o rris o n

P a tsy M o rro w

H a rv e y M o rs o n

B a rb a ra M u e lle r

M a r ia n n e M u e lle r

P a u l M u e lle r

S usan M u e lle r

D a v id M u e lle r le ile

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S teve M u n d a h i

K a re n M u rra y

C y n th ia M u tsch

R o y a l M y e rs

C h a rle s N e ls o n

D a rle n e N e ls o n

K a th y N e ls o n

K a th le e n N e ls o n

L a rry N e ls o n

S teve N e re m

C a rlto n N ic h o lls

J o h n N ig g

R o g e r N o r la n d

K a re n N o rth e n s c o ld

H o w a r d N u s s e r

S u san O d e g a a r d

B ru c e O ft e d a h l

L in d a O ft e d a h l

B e c k y O g le s b y

Tom O lm s c h e id

D ia n n e " D e e " O ls o n

D ia n n e O ls o n

S a n d y O ls o n

G re g O rc u tt

G in n y O tto

B ru c e O v e rm y e r

L a rry O w e n s

Lynn P a lm e r

D e n n is P a s b rig

M ic k e y P a tte rs o n

M ik e P a tte rs o n

E ric P a u l

S a n d r a P a u ls e n

Ja m e s P e irc e

J a n e P e n n e

C h a rle s P e te rso n

D a v id P e te rs o n

K e ith P e te rs o n

G re g P f e iff e r

C h a rle s P ic k e tt

D a v id P lo c h e r

S u z a n n e P o fa h l

R o g e r P o lle i

C r a ig P ro h a s k i

A n n P ro k o p e c

J im R a d e m a c h e r

M a ry R asm ussen

M ik e R e a d y

D ix ie R e ed

B ra d R e ic h e l

R o m a n R e ic h e l

J e rry R e in b o ld

W illia m R e in tje s

L a rry R e sner

S te ve R icke

J o h n Rist

J e ff R o b e rts

C a lv in R o ff

S u san R o senau

Jim Roy

R ic h a rd Roy

J a m e s R ya n

D o tty R y d e il

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D ia n n e S a b in

G e ra ld Sack

D e a n S a lte r

G a ry S a n d s

D e e A n n S a rg e n t

G ra c e S a y le r

J U N IO R GIRLS G A TH E R a f te r a F rid a y n ig h t g a m e f o r a n ig h t-lo n g g a b session.

Junior boys join varsity squads

S h a ro n S c h a fte n b e rg

N a n c y S c h e u re r

R o g e r S c h e u re r

D ia n n e S ch im e k

L e o n a rd S ch im ek

Tom S c h in d le

L in d a S c h m ic k in g

D ia n n e S c h m id t

M ik e S c h m id t

W a y n e S c h im d t

C la r a S ch m it

John S c h n a b e l

C o le e n S c h n e id e r

M ik e S c h o e p h o e rs te r

S h a ro n S c h u ld t

D a v e S c h u lte

T eresa S ch u m a n

G a ry S c h w itz e r

M a rly s S c rib n e r

M a rle n e S e vern s

Pat S h o in

G a ry S h a lh o o b

S co tt S h a w

S h a w n S h o ckm a n

S usan S h o rtr id g e

K a re n S h o uts

K a th y S ig o fu s

P a tric ia S la te r

Ricky S m a ll

B a rb E. S m ith

B a rb K. S m ith

D o u g S m ith

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D a le S o lt

B e v e rly S o ly n tje s

B o n ita S o ly n tje s

J e a n S o n to g

M ic h a e l S o n to g

S u e S o re b o

Steve S p o o rs

B ill S to p e lm a n

B a r b a r a S te in b e r g

M a ry S te v e n s o n

Rick S to ck

B a r b a r a S tre e tt

B a r b a r a S trusz

M a r ily n S tu rm

K a th y S ty e r

R ic h a rd S u n d h e im

Ron S w enson

H a r o ld S w o ffo rd

C h ris tin e T a ta r a k

J a n ic e T a y lo r

J e a n T h a v is

J a n e l T hom

J a n e T h o m a s

J o a n T h o m a s

S u san T h o m p s o n

B ill T h o m p s o n

B ra d T hyse

S a n d y T ie tz

K r is tin e T ig n e r

D a rw in T illm a n

S h a ri T im m e

J o h n T in g le y

M a rly s T o lz m a n n

R a y T o p p

E la in e Tosch

K a th y T ra s k

L in d a T ro u th

S te v e T ry h u s

E ric a U e la n d

D o n n a V a n la n d in g h a m

D a v id V a u b e l

D u a n e V a u b e l

P a t V o g e l

K a y V o lk

S u e W a n d e rs e e

J e a n n e W a r n e r

A lb e r t W e in a n d t

M ik e W e n d lin g

L in d a W e n d t

C la r ic e W e n k e l

R e n a e W h a le n

S u e W ilb u r

C a r o l W o lf

D o u g W o lla m

B e tty W o o d

G lo r ia W o o d

D a n a W o o ld r id g e

N a n c y W o rn s o n

R o b in W r ig h t

J u d y Y o u n g

V ic k i Y o u n g

S te v e Y u n g e r b e r g

Lynn Z e rn e c h e l

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S O P H O M O R E CLASS O FFICERS M ik e W o lv e rto n , p r e s id e n t B ill S te in e r, J e a n S a ik i, a n d D e b b ie L in d b lo m pose

fo r a p ic tu r e w h ile w a itin g th e ir tu rn to g r a b a q u ic k lu n c h a t R o b b y's.

Steiner proposes ‘fresh’ ideas

T HE new a d d itio n to M H S sw ept in w ith the "T o ta l L o o k ,"

b rin g in g the to ta l e n ro llm e n t to 1,260. These enthusiastic c re a ­

tures know n as sophom ores w e re united fro m three ju n io r highs

to com prise the class o f '6 8.

They soon becam e accustom ed to the m any aspects o f senior

high life. S ophom ores w e re fa c e d w ith a seem ingly endless list

o f e x tra -c u rric u la r activities fro m JCL to O rchesis. They o b ­

viously adjusted to these, fo r a so p h om o re hom e room had the

w inning H om ecom ing flo a t.

S ophom o re g irls w e re in tro d u ce d to the e v e r-p o p u la r, fo rm -fitting,

ta n k suits as sw im m ing becam e a re q u ire d p a rt o f physical

education.

Dissecting fro g s , w orm s and crayfish p ro v id e d v a rie ty to r those

ta k in g b io lo g y . "S ila s M a rn e r" and "H u c k le b e rry Finn" w ere

re q u ire d re a d in g in so p h om o re English.

A fte r w o rry in g a ll summer a b o u t high school life , sophom ores

fo u nd it w as a lot m ore fun than w o rk.

J o yce A b d o

G a ry A d a m s

L in d a A d a m s

L e s lie A lle n

P h y llis A lle n

C a ro l A n d e rs o n

D a v id A n d e rs o n

E d w a rd A n d e rs o n

M a ry A n d e rs o n

W illia m A n d e rs o n

C o ra A u r in g e r

J u lie A u s ta d

D a n ie l B a h r

B a rb a ra B a lijn a n

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D o v id B a rn e s

R a n a e B a rn e s

E d w a rd B a rn u m

J a n e B a rts c h

S te ven B e a tty

C a th e rin e Beck

K a th le e n B e c k e i

M a r lin B e c k w ith

Rex B e n ja m in

J a c k ie B ensch

D o n a ld B e n so n

T e rry B e n so n

A n n a B e re n ts o n

S te v e B e rg e

D a v id B e rg m a rk

L in d a B e rs a w

L in d a B e rtra n d

B o b B illin g s

Lynn B ils ta d

N a n c y B je rk e

J u d y B la c k

T e rry Bliss

K e n B o e g e r

Pam B o e ttc h e r

P a u l B o g e n

Jim B o h re r

S u san B o o n s tra

C h e ry l B o yum

J o h n B ra a m

D ia n n e B rig g s

R ita B ro s s a rd

N a n e tt B ro w n

T im o th y B ro w n

C a th y B ry a n

K a th y B u rc h e d e a n

R o g e r Busch

J o h n B u tz e r

R ic h a rd B u rto n

N a n c y C a rls o n

M a rth a C a rr

P o lly C a s e b e re

D a w n C a s s e tt

N a n c y C h a tle a in

B ill C h ild s

J u d y C h ris te n s e n

M a rk C h ris te n s e n

P a u le tte C h ris te n s o n

D o n C o y o u r

S a ra h C r a d d o c k

C a ro l C ra n e

P a tti C ra y

C a n d y C u rtis

D a w n e lle D a h l

W a y n e D a te

C a ro l D a u g h e r ty

Ron D a v e y

L in d a D e c k e r

R o b e rt D e c k e r

G e r a ld D e P y p e r

P h y llis D e V la e m in c k

D a v id D e z o te ll

J u lie D e z o te ll

B ru c e D ic k m e y e r

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B o n n ie D ie m e r

Lynn D illy

Tom D o y le

M ik e D u a n e

N ik k i D u d a sh

K a re n Eike

M a ry E ilis

M o rily n Erickson

B ria n Evans

S a lly Evans

Tom Evans

D e b b ie E w a lt

C a ro l Fenske

G e r a ld in e F e n to n

B ill F ie ld s

Lynn F ie ld s

Ken Fisher

C o n n ie F je ld

C h a rle s F lynn

J u lie F o rke y

J o h n F o rtie r

B la ir F o w le r

K a y F o w le r

L a rry F re d e ric k

M a rle n e F re d ric k s

B ru ce F re e b e rg

C a ro l F re e b e rg

T h e re s o F re u n d l

S teve n F re y b e rg

G a ry F rie d ric h s

G lo r ia F rie d ric h s

J u d y Frost

G o ry G a tc h e ll

D a v id G e n s

M ik e G e rm o

K a th ry n G ilm a n

D o n G iro u x

S u z a n n e G o e ttI

C h a rle s G o e ttlic h e r

S teve G o o d e ll

D e n n is G o o d ric h

L a n a G o sew isch

W e n d y G o sew isch

C h ris tin e G ra m s

C a s e y G r if f in g

D e a n n a G r if f in g

S a n d y G ru b e r

C o rin n e G u n d e rs o n

D o n ita H a a c k

S usan H a e d t

J e ro m e H a e fn e r

K e n n e th H a e fn e r

F re d H a g e r

P e n n y H a ll

C a rl H a llm a n

S u san H a n e l

Lee H a n k e

J o le n e H a n s o n

Tom H a n s o n

C h e ry l H a rt

T ho m as H o u c h

B e th H a u g e n

S teve H a y e s

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T e rry H e a b e r lin

D a le H e a th

S a n d r a H e d

D o n ily n H e e sch

A lic e H e lg e s o n

G e o r g e H e n d ric k s o n

S a ra h H e n ry

Tom H e rio n

O re n H e rm e l

L o w e ll H e w itt

L a rry H o e h n

M ic k e y H o ffm a n

Tom H o ffm a n

Tom H o k a n s o n

B a r b a r a H o lle n b a c h

B ry o n H o lle n b e r g

T e rry H o llin g s w o r th

V ic k ie H o m e r

Sophs bewildered by candy stand mob

G o r y H o ttin g e r

O r in H u ltin

S a n d y H u n te r

B a r b a r a In g w a ls o n

J e ff Iris h

B e c k i Is e n b e rg

D o n a ld Ites

J a n ic e J a e g e r

S te v e J a e g e r

Tom J a h r

M ic h a e l J a m e s

W a y n e J o b s t

D a v id Jo h n s

B ru c e Jo h n s o n

J a n ic e J o h n s o n

M a rk J o h n s o n

Pam Jo h n s o n

P a u l Jo h n s o n

K a th y J o h n s to n

M ik e J o h n s to n

V o le r ie Jo n e s

J a n e K a m m e rd ie n e r

J a n ic e K a s s u e lk e

J u d y K a w e ll

M a ry K e a rn e y

D a v e K e lle y

M ik e K e lly

S te v e K e n d a ll

M a ry K e n w a rd

B ru c e K irb y

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P a tric e K le b e l

Tom K lin g e l

C h ris tin e K o e p p e n

B ill K o o im a n

Steve K o sb e rg

J e a n Kow ceun

E liz a b e th K o z itz a

R ic h a rd K o z itz a

S a liy K ro o n

K e ith K ru e g e r

K e vin Kruse

K a th y K u til

M a ry K vite k

K a th y Lam b

C o n n ie L a n g lie

C o n n ie Larsen

J e a n Larson

V ic k i L a u ru h n

M o n a Leas

D e b b ie Lee

J a y Lenz

D e b b ie Leverson

V ic k i Leverson

M a rk L e w e lly n

C h a rlin e Ley

Tim L id stro m

L a n i L in c o ln

P a tric ia Lind

E lio L in d b e rg

D e b b ie L in d b lo m

D a v id Lischefska

Tim Llo yd

M ik e L o k e n s g a rd

B illy Lowe

M a rk Lowe

Sophs study ‘Silas Marner’

M ARY V /A L D O A N D K a th y Beck p a tr o n iz e th e S tu d e n t

C o u n c il-s p o n s o re d s u p p ly sh o p .

G e o r g e L u e g g e

J o h n Lund

R o b e rt L und

K a th y L u n d h o lm

C h a rle s Lyons

J o h n M c C a rth y

J o A n n M c C o n n e ll

S h e lle y M c D u ffie

K e v in M c G u ire

L in d a M c V e n e s

D a v e M a a k e s ta d

T ho m as M a c F a rla n e


B o b M a g n u s

S u san M a llis o n

C h u c k M a lw itz

C h a rle s M a n d e r f e ld

P a tty M a n s

J a n ic e M a s o n

P a tty M a s o n

M a ry M a th is

B e v e rly M a th w ig

K a th y M a tte s

S te v e M e lc h io r

Lois M e lv in

B e rn ie M ic h e l

J e ff M ic h e ls

W a r r e n M ic h e ls

B ru c e M ille r

D a v id M ille r

M a r ily n M ille r

M ik e M in g o

J o h n M o o re

P e g g y M o u s e l

M a r le n e M ro tz

D a v id M u e lle r

D e A n n M u e lle r

J a n e t M u e

M a r th a M u e lle r le ile

L ynn M u n s e ll

D a v id M u tc h

M ik e O u r a d a

A n ita O w e n s

D o n O w e n s

S te v e P a u ls e n

J o A n n e P e h lin g

J a c k P e nn

N e il P e p p e r

R ic h a rd P e rry

D e b b ie P e sta

S te v e P e te rs e n

Jim P e te rs o n

M ik e P e te rs o n

J u d y P fa r r

D a v e P h e lp s

G a ry P o lin s k i

G a r y P ric e

D e b ra P ro k o p e c

R ic h a rd Purves

D a v in a P u tz e

J a c k ie R a d e m a c h e r

M a r g a r e t R a d ic h e l

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R a ym o n d R a p p

J o h n R assieur

Susan R e asner

M ic h a e l Reed

S usan Reed

M ic h a e l R e ila n d

R e becca R o berts

D a v id Rogers

D a rre ll Rosin

R e becca R outh

S h irle y Ryg

M ic h a e l Sack

J e a n S a ik i

D ia n a Sassen

Jon S c a rle tt

P a tric ia S c h a b e rt

D ia n e S c h a e fe r

A la n S c h e u re r

L a u rie S c h e u re r

S te ve n S ch m a h l

K a re n S c h m id t

Jim S ch m it

P a u la S c h o e n ro c k

L a rry S c h o e ttle r

D a v id S c h u ltz

Tom S ch u m a n

P a u l S ch w ein

M ik e S cott

B e v e rly Sens

S u z a n n e S everns

Sue S e w a rd

Lee A n n Sexe

D ia n e S e xto n

B o b S h e llh o rn

B a rb a ra S h e rrill

C a ro l S im p son

Lon Skow

C h a rle n e S m ith

C r a ig S m ith

M ic h a e l S n y d e r

K a re n S o re b o

B a rb S p a rk s

Rex S p a rk s

C a ro ly n S p e n ce

E la in e S p o n b e rg

P a t S to c k h o u s e

Tom S ta th a m

C a ro l S te b b in s

R ita S te in b e rg

B ill S te in e r

R o b e rt S tie rle n

G a il S tje rn s tro m

G a ry S to lt

S y lv ia S to lt

M ic h a e l S to tt

Lon Sum m ers

E d w a rd S u tte r

Lon S w anson

W e n d y S w anson

Tom Sw enson

S a lly T a n n e r

L a rry T e rre ll

K a th y T h o tc h e r

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S a n d r a T h e is s e n

D a n ie l T h ie lb a r

C h ris T h ie m

J o lia n e T h ie sse

G a r y T hissen

J o a n T h o rn b y

M a ry T illy

B ru c e Tim m

S te v e T o m p k in s

S h e lle y T o w n s e n d

D a v id T ra sk

D a n a U le n

J o h n U llr ic h

D a le V a n S te lte n

P a u l V o n D ra s e k

S a n d r a W a k e f ie ld

M a ry W a ld o

P a m e la W a te rs

D o re e n W e b e r

J a m e s W e b e r

C a r l W e in a n d t

J a n e t W e in g a r tz

A l W e lle r

C a lv in W e is

V ic k i W e n d la n d

D o n a ld W e n d lin g

K e rry W e s tb e r g

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R ic h a rd W ie h r

D a n ie l W illia m s

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S id n e y W o o d

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Lois Y e tte r

C r a ig Y o u n g

K e n Z e rn e c h e l

S te v e Z ie s m e r

E rn e s t Z in k e

S h ir le y Z u e h l

L a rry Z o e h lk e

In M emoriam

N o m an is an isla n d , e n tire o f itself; e ve ry m an is a

piece o f the C ontin e nt, a p a rt o f the m ain; . . . a n y

m an's d eath dim inishes me, because I am involved in

M a n k in d .

J O H N D O N N E

D A R W IN H E W IT T

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1966 Otaknam Staff

Editor-in-chief

Associate Editors

Business M a n a g e r

A cadem ics

Betta Owens

Linda D ickhoft

D a rla Swenson

Ann Tolin

M a rk Drum

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Sports

Classes

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Bob C am pbell

M eredith Nelson

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Scott Nelson

Student Life

Karen Hanson

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Activities

H o lly Holets

C hris Johnson

Jean Schuldt

Students

Printing

A m erican Y e a rb o o k C om pany

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John Smith, representative

Abbott, Lindo —101

Abdo, Joyce —MO

Adoms, Corol —13, 132

Adorns, Gory —140

Adoms, Linda —69, 70, 140

Adoms, Potricio—132

Adolphson, John —14, 56. 69, 74, 76, 78, 101

Akerson, D a n ie l-16, 85, 101

Alexonder, Kip —46, 132

Alexander, Shariene —101

Allen, Cynthio —67, 132

Allen, Lorry —84, 132

Allen, Leslie —140

Allen, Lindo —21, 132

Allen, M ike-85, 132

Allen, Phyllis- 140

Altenburg, Dole—101

Altenborg, Koren —132

Amundson, Jomes—132

Andersen, Lindo—66, 132

Anderson, Bruce —68, 132

Anderson, Carol —76, 140

Anderson, Corolyn - 68, 101

Anderson, C raig-6 8 , 101

Anderson, David —140

Anderson, Deon—132

Anderson, Donold —101

Anderson, Donno —77, 101

Anderson, Edward —140

Anderson, Gory —132

Anderson, Laurie —132

Anderson, Lindo —68, 101

Anderson, Lindo —101

Anderson, Marcia —65, 101

Anderson. Mory —140

Anderson, Peggy —21, 132

Anderson, Scott - 82, 83, 90, 97, 102

Anderson, Stephen B -6 7 , 102

Anderson, Steven C. —48, 82, 102

Anderson, Terry - 132

Anderson, Turk —13, 39

Anderson, Virginia —132

Anderson. William A —140

Annis, Sandro —132

Ario, Suson —102, 112

Arnesen, Glenn - 54. 82, 90, 132

Asleson, Judy —102

Auringer, Cora 74,140

Austad, Julie 140

Averill, Rex - 102

Bochmeyer, Dorlene - 102

Bachmeyef, Darlene - 132

Bochmeyer, Donna - 132

Backhous, Mary - 102

Bohr, Daniel 140

Bahf, Gory 102

Baier, Cathteen 102

Baker. Darla - 132

Bolceriok, Murk 67,132

Ballman, Barbaro - 66, 74, 76, 140

Burncs, David 141

Barnes, James 82, 132

Barnes, Larry 82,132

Barnes. Ranae 74, 141

Barnom, Robert —102

Barnum, Edward —141

Bortsch, Jane--56, 69 74.76,141

Bossett, John —85, 147

Bassett, William S. —102

Botdorf, Randi —132

Botiloff, Lorry —102

Bauer, Barbara —102

Bauer, Margaret —68, 132

Baynes, Rosemory—133

Beal, John-102

Beatty, Steven-85, 141

Beover, Candy —67, 133

Beck, C a th e rin e -141, 144

Beck, V irg in io - 133

Beckel, K oy-72, 141

Beckel, Mory —68, 103

Beckwith, Marlin —141

Beetch, Barbaro —103

Bell, W in n ie - 133

Benjamin, Rex —141

Bennett, Leonette —103

Bennett, Marshall —103

Bensch, Jocquelin—141

Benson, Donald—141

Benson, Terri — 141

Benzie, Cheryl- 5 6 , 69, 133

Berberich, Craig —133

Berberich, June- 133

Berentson. Anno —141

Berg, Kristine —62. 70, 76. 78. 103

Berg. S uionne- 16. 43. 74, 76, 77, 133

Berge, Sieve— 141

Berg mo rk, David —84, 141

Berkness, Christine —77

Bersaw, Linda —61, 141

Bertrond, Barry —76. 93, 95, 103

Bertrand, Lindo —70, 76, 141

Beyer, Koren—133

Bickel, Shirley —103

Biedscheid, Carol —38, 69, 133

Bigelow. Robert- 44, 45, 56, 76, 82, 90, 91, 103

Billings, B o b-8 5, 93. 141

Bilstod, Lynn —141

Birch, L o ila -6 9 , 70. 77. 133

Birkholz. Christine - 69, 76, 133

Bisch, Michael - 68, 103

Bistrup, Douglas —103

Bjerke, Nancy —61, 66, 141

Bjerke, Susan —103

Block, Ju dy- 141

Black, M a ry - 133

Blockitad, Larry-65. 103, 121

Bliss. Allen 103

Bliss. Terry 141

Bode, Dennis - 85, 133

Bode, Robert -20, 85, 104, 121

Boeger, Keith 47, 104

Boegor, Ken - l4 l

Boettcher, Pamela 141

Bogen, Joy 38, 104

Bogen, Paul 141

Bohrer, Jim 14 1

Bohnert, Paul 133

Boldl. Undo 133

Bollenbocher, M orgoret- 13, 133

Boonstro, Susan —141

Born, Gary—104

Born, P o t- 104

Borth, Jerome —133

Boye, Alan —133

Boyum, Cheryl —141

Broom, John —141

Broom, Roger-53, 104. 121

Brand, Thomos —92

Briggs, Dianne —14l

Briggs, Doug —133

Brossard, Rito —l4 l

Brown, David —104

Brown. No nett —141

Brown, Tim—141

Brown, Tony—133

Brunz, Tom —104

Bryan, Catherine—141

Buckmister, Suzette—104

Buesing, Jomes —104

Buesing, Thomas—133

Buland, Barbara —104

Burchedeon, Kathleen —56. 74, 141

Burnett, Karen —133

Burns, Chorles-85, 133

Burns, Timothy —104

Burt, Virginia —104

Burton, Richard —141

Busch, Roger- 141

Bush, Janice —133

Butzer, John —141

Cominati, Christine —133

Campbell, Robert —82, 104

Carlson, Nancy —141

Corlstrom, Jane —49, 65, 69, 70, 133

Carlstrom, Lee —105

Corlstrom, Richard —48, 65, 105

Carpenter, Connie —133

Carpenter, Laurel —105

Carpenter, Linda —70, 74, 133

Corr, Mortho —57. 74. 141

Casebere, Polly —76. 141

Cosebere, Susan —72, 77, 105

Casper, Stella —133

Cossett, Dawn —141

Caswell, Down —133

Coswell, Mary Jo-4 0 . 56. 74, 76, 100. 105

Cedergren, Mork - 105

Chasteen, Jerry-- 105

CKotleoin. Noncy —141

Chotleain, Rosemarie—133

Chesley, Robert - 56, 67, 133

Childs, B ill-9 2 , 141

Christ, Margoret —105

Christensen, Judy - 69, 76, 141

Christensen, Karen —133

Christensen, Mork - 141

Christenson. Alon - 133

Christenson, Paulette - 141

Christionson, Linda —105

Christopherson. Rosemarie 66. 69, 106

Clark, Thomas 106

Cline, Deborah - 106

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Cline, Pamela —133

Conner, Vickie —106

Cooper, Claudio —106

Coopmon, Sylvia —106

Cords, Janet —133

Corlett. Pamela —66, 67, 69, 133

Cotton, Glenn —106

Cox, Kathleen-106, 117

Coyour, Don —I4 l

Craddock, Sarah—141

Cram, Suionne —106

Cramer, Cynthia —106

Crane, Barbara —106

Crane, C o ro l- 141

Cray, Potti —141

Crooker, Scott —133

Cross, Lynn-1 3 3

Collen, Craig -4 5 . 74. 76, 77, 86. 133

Cummiskey, Mory - 36, 38, 56, 69, 70. 76, 106

Curtis, Candy- 10, 47, 70, 141

Curtis. Tony — 106

Cotts, Kathleen —76, 77, 107

Dahl, Dawnelle -6 6 . 69, 141

Dohl, Pam — 77

Oallmonn, Allen — 133

Date, Gary —38, 107

Date. Woyne —141

Daugherty, Carol —74, 141

Daugherty, Donna —107

Dovey, Ronold —95, 141

Dovey, Wesley —133

Davidson, Carl — 107

Decker. Linda —I4 l

Decker, Robert —141

Decker, Sondro— 107

Decker, Susan— 107

Dehn, Gerold —79, 133

DePyper, Gerold - 141

DeRosier, Joy— 107

Dethloff, Judi — 133

Devens, Jacque —133

Devens, Ronald —133

DeVlaeminck, Jeonette—133

DeVlaemincW, Phyllis—141

Dezotell, Dovid —141

Dezotell, J u lie -5 6 , 70, 141

Dickhoff, Linda —63, 70, 76, 107

Dickmeyer, Bruce — 141

Dickmeyer. Mike —92, 133

Diedrichsen, Richard — 133

Diemer, Bonnie— 142

Dilly, Lynn- 6 9 , 70, 76, 142

Dingier, Gary —107

Dorn, P h ilip - 133

Dotson, Joe —48, 107

Doyle, Tom —142

Dreyer, Stanley —107

Drum, M a rk -6 3 , 74, 76, 77, 107

Duane, Mike — 76, 84, 142

Dubke, Joedy — 133

Dudosh, N ik k i-6 9 , 142

Duffy, S andro-70, 133

Duncan, Stuart—133

Eddy, L y n n -10, 72, 77, 108

Eder, Kathryn — 133

Eder, Potricio — 108

Edwords, Lindo —67, 108

Eikenberry, David —108

Ekstam, Richard —47, 77, 108

Ekstam, Robert — 133

Elias, J e r ry - 88, 89, 108

Elias, R oger-89, 133

Elke, C h ris tin e -108

Elke, K a ren -76 , 142

Elling, Jeanette —108

Ellis, John -56 , 59, 69, 77, 100, 109

Ellis, Mory —69, 72, 142

Engelsrud, L a rry -89, 109

Enke, Jennifer —76, 133

Enke, Lindo —62, 66, 109

Enz, Donald — 109

Erickson, B ruce-77, 109

Erickson, Morilyn — 66, 142

Evens, Brian —84, 92, 142

Evons, Horold — 14, 74, 109

Evans, Solly —47, 142

Evans, Scott —93, 133

Evans, Tom —142

Evenson, Jane —66, 77, 109

Ewolt, D e bbie-70, 74, 76. 142

Fandre, Steven —65, 76, 133

Fenger, Thomas-77, 86, 87, 109, 125

Fenske, C orolyn-67, 142

Fenton. Barbara —76, 134

Fenton. Geraldine —69, 142

Ferguson, Yvonne —70, 134

Fick, C a th y- 134

Fields, B ill-1 4 2

Fields, D a v id - 134

Fields, Lynn —68, 142

Fischer. Jim —134

Fischer, LoDaryl—134

Fisher, Clifford -6 5 , 77, 109

Fisher, Kenneth-56, 95. 142

Fitzpatrick, Joe—109

Fjeld, Constance —142

Fjeld, D o n - 109

Flatequal, Robert —76, 82, 134

Fluggo, Sandro - 45, 69, 109

Flynn, ChorleS- 142

Flynn, Sheila —134

Flynn, S h irle y- 134

Ford, Terry- 5 6 , 76,85, 105

Forkey, J u lie - 142

Forst, Joyce - 110

Forsyth, Neal —110

Fortier, John —17, 142

Fortney, Bonnie —134

Foster, Jeff - 110

Fowler, B la ir - 39, 95, 142

Fowler, K a y - 142

Frohm, Linda - 142

Frank, Jeon - 134

Frederick, Clover —107

Frederick, Lorry—15. 68, 142

Fredrichs, Richard —134

Fredericks. Marlene —142

Fredrickson, J im - 51, 56, 57, 132, 134

Freeberg. Bruce —142

Freeberg, Carol —142

Frenzel. Judy — 134

Frenzel, Richard —134

Frenzel, Roger—134

Freundl, H e le n - 142

Freund I, Theresa —142

Freyberg, Steven — 142

Friedrichs, Betty—110

Friedrichs, G ary— 142

Friedrichs, Gloria — 142

Friedrichs, Joe—134

Frost. Judy —69, 76, 142

Frost, Lindo —67, 110

Frost, Louise— 56, 134

Frost, Steven —134

Fuller, Jerry-110

Gog, Mory —134

Golles, Pomelo —110

Gonske, Merle —110

Gotchell, Gary —85, 142

Gatchell. J a m e s -110

Gates, Jim —134

Gauthier, Pam—134

Gozdik, Kothie —77, 134

Gemlo, Greg —134

Gens, Dovid- 7 7 , 93, 142

George, Rebecca - 63, 110, 125

George, Michoel —134

Germo, Mike —142

Gildemeister, Dianne —56, 110

Gil Ison, Forrest — 110, 112

Gilman, Kathryn —66, 142

Gimmer, Ralph— 134

Gintner, John —68, 110

Giroux, Don —84, 142

Goettle, Suzanne —142

Goettlicher, Charles - 68, 142

Goff, Harley —76, 134

Goodell, Douglas—134, 142

Goodell, Steve—142

Goodrich, Carol —134

Goodrich, Dennis—142

Gosewisch, Lana —142

Gosewisch, Wendy - 69, 76, 142

Grams, Christine —142

Greeley, JonneHe- 17, 134

G riffing, Casey —142

Griffing, Deanna —142

G riffith, Kathleen— 134

Gronao, Jerry —11,134

Groth, Brad-8 6 , 134

Gruber, Judy —110

Gruber, Sor»dy —74, 142

Gruenzner, Dave —111

Grunhovd, Lindo —76, 111

Gunderson, Cortnne —76, 142

Gunderson, LeVonne—111

Hoock, Donito —68, 74, 142

Hoack, John - 134

Hobinger, Goyle —70, 134

Hoedt, J e ff-8 2 , 134

Haedt, Susan —142

Haefner, D a v id -111, 134

Hoefner, James —68, 134

Haefner, Jerome —68, 142

Haefner, Kenneth-68, 95, 142

Haefner, Mourice —68, 77, 134

Haefner, Michael —110

Hogebak, Michael —11 1

Hogemann, Lyle —111

Hager, Fred —84, 89, 142

Hogge, Michael —134

Hole, CheryH —68, 134

Hall, Gregory —76, 134

Hall, Penny- 142

Hallman, Cor I —142

Holverson, Michael —93, 134

Honel, Susan - 142

Hanke, Donnelle-76, 111

Honke, Lee-76, 92, 142

Honnemon, Donald —110

Honsen, Maxine —134

Hanson, Jolene —74, 142

Hanson, Karen —48, 63, 64, 111

Hanson, Thomas—142

Hanson, Vernon —90, 134

Hapke, Cossondro —65, 70, 135

Haroldson, Diane —67, 135

Hart, Cheryl —68, 142

Hartwell, Bruce—135

Hartwell, Karen —111

Hoseman, Richard — 77, 111

Hosemon, William —59

Hoslip, Pershing —135

Houch, Thomas—142

Haugen, Beth - 56, 69, 74, 142

Haugen, Brenda —11 1

Hayes, Steve - 142

Heaberlin, Terry-66, 143

Heath, Dole —74, 76, 143

Hed, Barbara —112

Hed, Kenneth —85, 135

Hed, Sondra —143

Hedstrom, Cameron —76, 89, 135

Heesch, Donilyn —143

Heinze, Muriel - 135

Heise, Linda —135

Heiser, Robert—135

Heitner, Shirley —11 2

Helgeson, Alice —69, 76, 143

Hellekson, Carol —77, 112

Heller. D o le - 135

Heller, Roger —11 2

Henderson, Chorlene —135

Hendley, Jolene-17, 70, 76, 135

Hendrickson, G o ry - 135

Hendrickson, George —85. 92, 143

Henry, Larry —77, 112

Henry, Soroh —143

Hensel, Kathleen —135

Herion, Tom —143

Herion, Kathryn —135

Herman, Roxie—135

Hermel, Loel —112

Hermel, Oren —143

Herrley, Jerry —86, 135

Hession, Thomas —112

Hewitt, Darwin —147

Hewitt, Lorry —112

Hewitt, Lowell —143

Hibbard, Ronaldo - 70, 76, 112

Hickey, Robert- 112

Hicks, Ramona—135

Hicks, Ronald —135

Hickstein, Kathy - 63, 69, 71, 112

Hildebrondt, Lorry —112

Hiniker, Carol —67, 113

Hiniker, Kathleen - 113

Hoehn, Larry —143

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Hoerr, Kothy —135

Hoffmon, Bonifo —135

Hoffman, Dione —135

Hoffman. Mickey - 143

Hoffman, Roberf-44, 76. 82, 90, 92, 97, 113

Hoffman, Thomas —92, 143

Hogren, Rhonda —135

Hokanson, Tom —22. 143

HoleU. Holly - 56. 63. 64, 105. 113

Holle. Dennii —11 3

Hollei.boch. Barbara —66. 143

Hollenbach, John—135

Hollenberg, Byron—143

Hollingsworth. Tom —92, 143

Holm, Dennis —113

Holmes, Tom —113

Holmgren, Bruce —76, 82. 83, 113

Homer, Terry —135

Homer, Vickie —74, 143

HoHinger, Gary—143

Hove, Brion —89, 113

Hove, Randy —135

Hoyt, Brion —82, 90, 135

Huff stutter, Borb —133

Hugdohl, Brent —74. 76, 88, 89, 135

Hugdohl, Kay —77, 113

Hughes, Jomes —76, 77, 135

Hughes, Melvin —11 3

Hultin, O rin -8 4 , 93.94. 143

Hultin. Signe —60. 113

Hunter, Dorothy —65, 135

Hunter, Sandy-69. 71. 73, 143

Hunziker, Tom—135

Ingwalson. Barb —143

Irish, Jeffrey-143

Isenbery, Becky—143

Ites, Don —143

Ites. tarry - 113

Jackson, Sally-7 3 , 74, 135

Jocobson, Doryl - 11 3

Jaeger, Janice —143

Jaeger, Steve —143

Jahr. Tom-76. 143

James, Michoel —143

James, Shoron —114

Jans, Dorothy —135

Jons. Judy —77, 135

Jennings, Joyce —60, 114

Jens. Dove-8 4 . 94

Jensen, Cheryl —135

Jensen. Nancy —114

Jensen. Nancy —69, 77. 135

Jobst, Wayne - 143

Joerg, Bill —114

Johonnsen, Don —135

John, Kothryn —76, 114

Johns, Dave —84, 143

Johnson, Brod - 56, 76. 89. 135

Johnson, Bruce —76, 84, 89, 143

Johnson, Christine —19, 63. 71. 74. 76, 114

Johnson, Daniel - 38. 51. 53, 77, 114

Johnson, Darryl - 89, 135

Johnson, Donna —48, 135

Johnson, Janice —143

Johnson, Jennifer —51, 53, 114

Johnson, Mark —143

Johnson, MaryJo —114

Johnson, Pomelo - 114

Johnson, Pa mo line - 143

Johnson, Paul —92, 143

Johnson, Vickie - 135

Johnston, Dianne 135

Johnston. Kolhy - 67, 143

Johnston, Michael 85. 143

Johnston, Ronald —114

Jones. Alan 82. 90. 135

Jones, Gail 135

Jones, Sally Jo 114

Jones, Sandro lee 11 4

Jones, Sandy - 114

Jones, Valerie 143

Jordan, Eliiobeth 114

Jovaag, Mary - 12, 69, 72, 135

Juborian, Kothryn - 72, 135

Juberian, Timothy 135

Juhlin, Rilci 135

Kommerdiener, Jane —76, 143

Kammerdiener, Roger - 11 5

Kossuelke, Janice - 143

Kous, Dennis- 59, 82, 90, 135

Kawell, Judy-69, 143

Kearney, M ary-69, 70, 76. 143

Kehner, Robert - 67, 115

Kelley, Sandra —69, 70, 73, 115

Kelley, D avid-56, 84, 92. 143

Kelly, Michael - 143

Kelly. Richard - 135

Keltgen, Carol —135

Kendall, Steve —143

Ken word, Ann —69, 74, 135. 143

Kenward. Mary —69. 74. 76

Kenwa rd, Todd —14,74, 115

Kerr, Patty - 11 5

Kilian, Steve - 115

Kimble, Jim - 135

Kimpton, Patty —135

Kirby, Bruce 92, 143

Kirby, Richard —135

Kirchner, Thomas —135

Kit!, Raymond —77, 115

Kitzrow, Vicki —115

Klebel, Potrice —144

Kleinbeck, Kafhy-76. 77, 135

Kleist, Ron —77

Kleist, S te v e -115. 135

Klingel, Thomas—144

Klint, Kathy—135

KnoHenberg, Dole —135

Knopff, Wonda —135

Knudsen, Linda —11 5

Koch, Georgia - 47, 63, 115

Koeppen, Chris —74, 144

Koeppen, Eric —115

Kollman, Dick —144

Kooistra. Carol —70, 76, 135

Kottke, LeRoy —76, 115

Kottke. Linda —11 5

Kowceun, Jean-20, 74, 144

Kowceun, Jim —115

Kozifia, Elizobeth —l44

Kozitzo, P a t- 95, 135

Kozitzo, Richard —144

Kratzke, G o ry-8 2 . 90. 135

Kreutzer, G a ry - 136

Krise. Vicki —136

Kroncke. Kay —116

Kroon. Martha —40, 69, 70, 74. 76. 116

Kroon, Sally —69. 76, 144

Kroubetz, Poul 49, 56. 136

Krueger. Dove - 136

Krueger, Keith, 68. 144

Krueger, Sheila —116

Krugel, Ordell —116

Kruse, Kevin-144

Krusmark, Cindy—136

Kudrle, Larry - 40, 59, 82, 90. 92. 97. 116

Kulack, Lindo —77, 116

Kulseth. Jean —116

Kutil, K a thy- 144

Kvitek, Mary —67, 68, 144

Lamb, Kothy - 144

Lander, Tom - 89, 136

Landwer, Wes - 136

Long, Ken —116

Lange, Paul —136

langlie, Connie - 144

Lanz, Steve - 76. 136

Loroway. Bill - 44, 116

Larsen, Connie - 144

Larsen. Margo ref —116

Larson. Jean —144

Larson. Linda 136

Larson, Michael 116

Larson, Robert I ) 6

Lauruhn. Vickie 70, 144

Leas, Mona 74, 144

Loas, Robekah 136

Loovof. Carol - 116

Loo, Anne 136

li.o, Dobbio 76, 144

Logenhouson. Anne 76, 136

Luinos, Cnron 68, 136

Lenertz, Dennis-6 8 , 136

Lenertz, Mary Ann —117

Lenz, Gwen - 60, 69, 117

Lenz, Jo y-8 4 , 144

Leverson, Debbie —144

Leverson, Vicki —56, 69. 70, 74. 144

Lewellyn, M ark-84, 144

Ley. Charline-76, 144

Lindstrom, Mark —110

Lindstrom, Tim —85, 144

Limmer, Gloria —110

Lincoln, Loni-70, 144

Lind, Patricia —69, 144

Lindberg, Ella —144

Lindberg, Harold —136

Lindblom, Deboroh-70, 74, 96, 140, 144

Lischefsko, David —144

Lloyd, Tim -76, 84, 95. 144

Loe. Timothy —136

Lokensgard, Mike —144

Looney, Lynn —37, 38, 11 7

Lorentz, Jeon —67, 96, 116, 136

Lorentz, Patty —136

Lorentz. Rosemary—56

Louris. Kathleen —117

Lowe, B illy -9 5 . 144

Lowe. M o rk - 144

Lowry, Scott —76, 82, 136

Luegge, George —144

Luegge, Judith —136

Luhring, Janice —136

Luhring, Kenneth —117

Lund, Arthur —117

Lund, Barbara —56, 63, 11 8

Lund. John-39, 51. 84, 92, 144

Lund. Robert—144

Lund, Stephen-4 0 . 56. 69. 74, 76. 118

Lund. Thomas-76. 84. 85. 136

Lundholm. Kathleen-74, 144

Luther, Maureen —65. 76, 77, 118

Lutter, D ione- 136

Lutz, Geraldine —11 8

Lyons, Charles- 144

Moahs, Goil —118

Mookestad, D o v e -92. 144

MacForlane. Thomos —84, 144

Madsen, James —118

Madson, N o lan-67. 69, 136

Magnus, R o bert-76. 145

Mallison. Harold-118

Mo 11iso n, Susan —67, 69, 145

Molwiti, Chorles —18, 84, 92, 145

Malwitz, Jerene - 119

Manderfeld, Chas —145

Manderfeld, Pete —76, 136

Manderfeld. Thomas —136. 96

Manecke. Deborah —70. 74, 76. 96, 100, 119. 136

Mans, Patricia —145

Monthe. Duane —10, 95

Marks, Thomas—136

Marshall. Steven —136

Martens. John —119

Martens. Rickey —119

Mason, Janice —145

Mason. Patty —145

Mathews, Sondro —136

Mathis. Mary —31. 70. 74. 145

Mathis, Potricio —119

Mathwig. Beverly - 145

Mathwig, Chorles —136

Mottes. Bill - 119

Mottes, Kothy - 145

Moltsson, Thomos —119

Maos, Steve —136

McCarthy, John —144

McCorthy. Linda - 118

McConnell. Jo Ann - 144

McConville. Cloud.e - 38, 70. 136

McConville, Potrick 118

McCullough, Dionn 136

McDonough, Mary - 69, 76. 118

McDuffie. Shelly 144

McDuffie, Susan 105. 118

McGoff, Kothy 136

McGowon. Joleen 118

152


McGowan, Kathleen —69, 1)8

McGowon, Scott —136

McGuire, Kevin - 144

McLaughlin. Tom —118

McLean, Morilyn —66. 69, 118

McVenes. Linda —144

Mead, Sue —119

Meeks. Patricia - 136

Mees. Carol —119

Melchior, Lenice - 119, 145,

Melvin, Lois — 145

Menk, Harlan— 119

Merlinski, Jorge —56, 68, 69, 119, 125

Merritt, Janice —74, 76, 136

Merritt, Judy —71, 76, 136

Meyer, Jeff - 92

Meyer, P h n-7 6, 82, 89, 136

Meyer, Richard —136

Meyer, Robert—136

Michoel, Lorene —119

Michel, Bernord —145

Michel, Stephen —120

Michels, Jeff —145

Michels, Thomas—120

Michels, Warren —77, 145

Miller, Borbara —77, 120

Miller, B ruce-92, 145

Miller, D a v id - 145

Miller, Horold —136

Miller, Larry —68, 120

Miller. Linda- 7 4 , 120

Miller, Marilyn — 145

Miller, Merri —1 36

Miller, Rite —136

Miller, Thereso —120

Mingo, Michoel — 145

Mitchell, G ary— 120

Moeri, Ro'ger —76, 136

Mohr, Deborah —136

Mo Hoy, John —120, 145

Molloy, Kathy —56, 136

Moore, James —95, 136

Morgan, Pamela —74, 120

Morgan. Robert— 120

Morgan, Thereso —74, 136

Morrill, Cynthia — 120

Morris, James — 120

Morris, W illiam - 65, 76, 90, 120

Morrison, Nancy —136

Morrow, Patsy —68, 73, 74, 136

Morson, Harvey —136

Mousel, Peggy— 145

Moyer, Jeanette —121

Mrotz, Marlene —145

Mueller, Barbara —136

Mueller, David - 76, 92, 145

Mueller, D eAnn-74, U 5

Mueller, Gene— 121

Mueller, Janet — 76, 145

Mueller, Marianne —77, 136

Mueller, Paul —136

Mueller, Susan — 136

Muellerteile, David —90, 136

Muelierleile, Martha — 76, 145

Mullenberg, Charles —121

Mullerleile, Darrell - 121

Mundahl, Steven —137

Munsell, J e ff-1 2 1 , 117

Munsell, Lynn —145

Murray, Karen—137

Mutch, D a vid -9 5 , 145

Mutch, Suzan —73, 121

Mutsch, Cynthia —69, 137

Mutsch, Larry —121

Myers, Royal —89, 137

Naylon, Tom —145

Neal, Constonce —72, 77, 108, 121

Nelsen, Robert - 84, 85, 90, 121

Nelson, Carole —145

Nelson, Charles —82, 137

Nelson, Darlene —70, 137

Nelson, Greg —76, 86, 145

Nelson, Katherine —137

Nelson, Kathleen— 137

Nelson, Linda - 122

Nelson, Meredith — 16. 41, 69, 122

Nelson, Paul - 82, 122

Nelson, Scott —122

Nelson, Sherry —70. 145

Nere. C h eryl-62, 76,122

Nerem, Steven —82, 137

Ness, Terry- 9 0 , 122

Neubert, Dick —84. 92, 145

Nicholls, Carlton —137

Nickels, Sharon- 122

N ielse n,C arol-23, 122

Nielsen, Gloria - 122

Nielsen, Judith —122

Nigg, John- 8 2 , 89, 137

Nitzkowski, Jeon —68, 122

Nitzkowski, Norman —38, 39, 122

Nordgren, Brad - 22, 59, 76, 85, 89, 122

Norland, Roger —85, 86, 136

Northerscold, Karen - 42, 43. 65, 70, 74, 76, 77, 132, 137

Nunn, Tom -84, 92, 145

Nusser, Howard —137

Nutting, Todd —122

Oachs, Darwood —145

Oachs, Lin do-7 7 , 122

O'Brien, C ra ig -8 5 , 92, 145

Ockwig, LaVonne —^ 23

Odegaard, Louise —67, 74, 76, 145

Odegoord, Sue —56, 67, 76, 136

Oftedahl, Bruce —137

Oftedohl, Linda — 137

Ogee, John—145

Oglesby, Becky - 137

Oliver, S h a ri- 15, 145

Olmsheid, Thomas —48, 137

Olsen, Donald —123

Olson, Chuck-76, 145

Olson, Dee —137

Olson, Dionne —137

Olson, Sandy—137

Oney, DuWayne —82, 83

Oney, Kothy — 123

Orcutt, Greg —76, 77, 82, 90, 137

Orcutt, Mike —145

Otto, Richard-7 6 , 86, 145

Otto, Virginia — 69, 74, 76, 137

Ourodo, Mike — 145

Overmeyer, Bruce —82, 95, 137

Owens, A n ito -6 9 , 145

Owens, Betta —37, 38, 63, 123

Owens, Don —145

Owens, L o rry - 137

Palmer, Lynn —123, 137

Palmer, Terry —67

Panzer, Roger —23

Poradis, Bruce —44, 123

Parsons, Steven - 123

Pasbrig, Dennis —68, 137

Poter, Lynda —123

Patterson, M ichele-70, 76, 77, 93, 137

Patterson, M ik e - 14, 82, 83

Patterson, Ronald —123

Paul, E ric-5 6, 86. 137

Paulsen, Sondra —66, 76, 137

Paulsen. Steve—145

Pautsch. Tom —123

Pehling. Jone —145

Pehling, JoAnne —145

Peirce, Jomes —137

Penn, Jack —84. 92, 145

Penne, Jane —77, 137

Pepper, Neil —68, 145

Perkins, Denny —82, 123

Perry, D ic k - 145

Pesfa, Debbie —66, 72, 145

Petersen, Connie - 68, 123

Petersen, Steve - 92, 145

Peterson, Chuck —85, 137

Peterson, David —137

Peterson, Jim —145

Peterson, Keith —82, 137

Peterson, M ik e - 145

Pforr. J u d y - 145

Pfeiffer, Greg - 137

Phelps, D a v e '8 4 , 92, 145

Pickett, Charles - 86, 137

Plocher, David —86, 87, 137

Pofahl, Sue —137

Polinski, Gary —145

Polinski, Judy—123

Pollei, Roger —137

Price, Bruce - 123

Price, Gary —56, 145

Prohoski, Craig —137

Prokopec, Ann —137

Prokopec, Debro —76, 145

Purves, D ick- 145

Putze, Davina —145

Quodoy, Lindo —123

Rademocher, Jackie —76, 145

Rodemocher, Jim - 46, 77, 82, 137

Radichel, Margaret —69, 70, 96, 145

Rah, Dari - 124

Rankin, Martha - 72, 77, 124

Ropp, Roy- 115, 146

Rasmussen, Mary —74, 137

Rosmussen, Randy —124

Rassieur, John —84, 92, 146

Ready, Mike —137

Reasner, Charles —124

Reosner, Sue —70, 74, 146

Reed, D ix ie - 137

Reed, Mike —68, 146

Reed, Paul —124

Reed, S u e- 146

Rer-chel, B ro d - 137

Reichel, Romon —137

Reiland, Mike —21, 146

Reinbold, Jerry —68, 137

Reintjes, B ill-1 3 7

Resner, Larry —90, 137

Revier, Cheryl-1 2 4

Ricke, Stephen —76, 137

Rist, John - 137

Rittenhouse, Bill —124

Roberts, Jeff-8 5 , 86, 137

Roberts, Becky-69, 74, 146

Roden. D o v id -22, 124. 125

Roden, Donald —124

Roff, C a lv in -137

Rogers, David —146

Rome, Steve —124

Rose no u. Sue —137

Rosengren. Charlotte —66, 124

Rosevold, Greg —124

Rosin, Darrell— 146

Roth, Nancy —62, 124

Routh, Rebecco - 146

Roy, Doug —93, 124

Roy, James —48, 137

Roy, Richard —76, 95, 137

Ruch, N in a - 124

Rude nick, Gary —84, 93, 125

Rutt, Vicky-1 2 5

Ryon, James —137

Rydell, Dorothy - 42, 137

Ryg, Mory Ann —125

Ryg, S h irley- 146

Sabin, Dianne —42, 138

Sack, Gerald - 138

Sack, Michael —146

Saiki, Jean-69, 70, 74. 140, 146

Saiki, Penny —19, 64, 69, 125

Solfer. Dean —138

Samuelsen, Suson-76, 125

Somuelson, Sara —76, 125

Sands, Gory —56, 136

Sorgent, Dee Ann —136

Sossen, Diana—146

Soyler, Groce —138

Scarlett, Jon - 85, 92, 146

Schobert, Potricia —146

Schaefer, Diane - 146

Schalfenberg, Sharon - 77, 138

Schaller, Linda - 125

Scheuer, Nancy—138

Scheurer, Allen -6 8 , 146

Scheurer, Lourie —74, 146

Scheurer. Roger —68. 138

Schiltz, Pot - 125

Schimek, Dianne —138

Schimek, Leonard - 138

Schindle, Tom -82, 88. 89, 138

Schmohl, Steven—146

Schmicking, Linda —138

153


Schmidt, Dianne - 138

Schmidt, Gregory —125

Schmidt. Koren —146

Schmidt. Michael —85, 138

Schmidt. Wayne - 138

Schmit, Clara —66, 138

Schmit, Jim - 146

Schnabel, John —77, 86, 138

Schneider, Coleen —138

Schoenrock, Paulo - 146

Schoephoerster, Michael —138

Schoephoerster, Steve —77, 125

Schoettler, Lorry —146

Schuldi. Jean-6 3 , 125

Schuldt, Shoron —138

Schuler, Eddie—125

Schull, John - 126

Schulte, Oave —138

Schultz, David —126

Schultz, D a vid - 146

Schultz, W endy-77, 126

Schumacher, Diane —76, 77, 126

Schuman.Tereia-138

Schwman. Tom - 146

Schweim. Poul—146

Schwitzer, Gory - 138

ScoH, Michael —146

Scribner, Morlys—138

Sens, Alison —126

Sens, Beverly - 146

Sens, Dionne —126

Severns, Suzanne —146

Severns, Marlene —67, 138

Severson, Goil —126

Seword, Suson —146

Seword, Tim-7 4 . 76, 86

Sexe, LeeAnn-68, 146

Sexton, Diane —69, 70, 74, 146

Sexton, John-6 7 , 126

Shain, P o t- 138

Sholhoob, Gory —138

Shaw, Robert (Scott) - 66. 85, 88, 89, 138

Shellhorn, Robert-56, 84, 146

Shell horn, Sherry —56, 69, 126

Sherrill, Barbara —48, 74, 146

Shoe lemon, Shawn —74, 75, 138

Shortridge, Susan —76, 138

Shouts, Karen —138

Siehndel, Lyndo —126

Sigofus, Kothleen-67, 70, 77, 138

Simpson, Corol —74, 146

Skow, Lon - 146

Sloter, Potricio —138

Slocum, Soson -6 2 , 77, 126

Smoll, Ricky- 127, 138

Small, Stephen—127

Smesrud, Donna —77, 127

Smith, Bofboro —138

Smith, Barboro —11.41, 47, 69, 138

Smith, Chorlene —146

Smith, C r o ig - 146

Smith, Douglas—138

Smith, Mortho —127

Smith, Sharon —127

Smith, Tom —127

Snyder, Michoel —146

Solt, Dole - 139

So It, Margene —127

Solyntjes, Beverly —139

Solyntjes, Bonito —139

Sontag, Jeon - 139

Sontog, Michoel —82, 139

Sorebo, Eric - 127

Sorebo, Koren —68, 146

Sorebo, Lindo - 56, 69, 127

Sorebo, Sue - 69, 96. 139

Sporks, B o rboro- 146

Sporks, Rex - 146

Spongenbcrg, Georgia —72, 127

Spelbrink, lee 16, 82, 90. 100, 127

Spence, Carolyn 74,146

Spengrr, jomes 127

Sponberg. Eloine 66. 146

Spoors, Steven 139

Sprint, Mark 65, 127

Stackhouse, Gayle 127

Stackhouse, Potricio 146

Staplemon, Bill I 39

Stathom, Tom 66, 146

Stov, Morion 66, 67, 128

Stebbins, Carol-146

Steflensmeier, Corol —128

Steinberg, Rita - 57. 68. 74, 146

Steinberg, Borbora - 77. 139

Steiner, Bill - 56, 77, 92, 140, 146

Stevenson, Mary Jo —70, 139

Stier, Karen-62, 70, 72, 128

Stierlen, Robert—146

Stjerstrom, Goil - 48. 76. 146

Stock, Richord-89, 139

Stolt, D o le-93, 128

Stolt, G ory-9 5 , 146

Stolt, Irene —128

Stolt, Sylvia —146

Stott, Michael —85, 146

Streett, Barbara —139

Streett, Virginia - 128

Strusz, Borboro —77

Sturm, Marilyn —139

Styer, Kathleen - 139

Sugden, B rio n-56, 69, 89, 128

Summers, Lon —146

Sundheim, Richard —139

Sutter, Edward —146

Swanson, Lon —84, 146

Swanson, Wendy—146

Swenson, Cecil (Chip)-128

Swenson, D o rlo-3 7 , 38,63, 125, 128

Swenson, Loren —128

Swenson, Ronald —139

Swenson, Scott - 56, 128

Swenson, Thomas —76, 86, 146

Swofford, Harold —139

Syverson, Johnne —128

Tonner, Richard —76, 128

Tonner, Solly —69, 70, 74, 146

Totorak, Christine —139

Taylor, Jonice—139

Terrell, Lorry-93, 146

Thotcher, Kathleen- 146

Thovis, Jeanne—139

Theissen, Brad —147

Theissen, S a n d ro -74, 147

Thielbar, Daniel —147

Thiem, Chris-84, 92, 147

Thiesse, Julione —69, 76, 147

Thissen, Gory —147

Thom, J one l-76, 77, 139

Thomas, Jone - 67, 68, 69, 139

Thomos, Joon —139

Thompson, Marty —38, 77, 108, 128

Thompson, Pomelo —64, 67, 70, 77

Thompson, Ricky —86, 129

Thompson, Susan —47, 139

Thompson, Bill —20

Thornby, B o rbaro-63, 71, 77. 125, 129

Thornby, Joon-69, 70, 74, 147

Thyse, Brodley-82, 93, 139

Tietz, Sondro - 139

Tigner, Kristine —76, 139

Till, A m y- 129

Tillmon, Dorwin —139

Tilly, Mory —147

Timm, Roger-68, 129

Timme, Bruce —147

Timme, Shori —139

Tingley, John - 42, 56, 85, 89, 139

Tolin, Ann - 48, 63, 77, 129

Tolzmann, Marlys —139

Tompkins, Steve—147

Topp, Raymond —139

Tosch, E laine- 51, 69, 132

Townsend, Shelley —76, 147

Trask, David - 147

Trosk, Kathleen - 139

Trouth, Lindo - 66, 139

True, Lloyd 129

Tryhus, Steve - 45, 52, 76, 86. 139

Uelond, Erica —65, 69. 139

Ulen, Dono - 147

Ulon, Stephanie 129

Ullrich. Jonice - 129

Ullrich. John - 147

Ulmen,LoVoone 129

Ulrich, Chip 44,125.129

Vcindewoge, Charlene 72,77, 129

Vandlondinghom, Donno 139

VonStelten, D a le- 56, 84, 92, 147

Vaubel, David —139

Voubel, Duone —139

Violord, Joelle- 56, 68, 77, 125, 129

Vogel, Potti-76, 139

Volk, K a y- 139

Volk, Ronald- 129

VonDrosek, Poul —147

Wooge, Richord—130

Wagner, Dionne —130

Wokefield, Sandro —147

Woldo, M o ry- 144, 147

Woltermann, Donna —130

Wandersee, Sue - 77, 139

Word, Howard - 130

Warner, Jeanne —11, 139

Woss, Gory—130

Waters, Pom —76, 147

Waterston, Bruce —39, 130

Weber, Doreen —76, 147

Weber, Jim -92, 147

Weber, Lorry-76, 121

Weimert, Steve - 39, 130

Weinondt, Al —139

Weinondt, Corl —147

Weingortz, Jonet—147

Weingoftz, Mory

Welcome, lindo —68, 130

Weller, Al —147

Weis, C olvin-147

Wendlond, Vicki —147

Wend ling, Don —147

Wend ling, Mike —139

Wendt, Lindo —139

Wenkel, C larice- 139

Wenzloff, Velma —66, 76, 130

Westberg, Kerry—147

Weston, Dione —147

Weston, John —130

Whalen, Renoe— 139

Widbloom, Dona —57

Widbloom, Kothy —74

Wiehr, D ick-84, 89, 147

Wiloby, Jodie-130

Wilbur, J im - 130

Wilbur, Sue-70, 139

Willord, Don no —130

Williams, Dan —147

Williams, Judy —131

Willock, Anno —147

WIIlock, Lowell -3 2 , 82, 131

Wilson, Don —147

Wilson, Marlene —21, 131

Wilson, Peter-74. 76, 131

W inch,Jim ^l31

Winge, V icki-7 6 , 147

Winkler, Vern-147

Wold, B o b - 131

Wolf, Carol-1 3 9

Wolff, Jonet - 147

Wollam, Doug —139

Wolverton, Mike —84, 140, 147

Wood, B etty- 134, 139

Wood, Gloria —139

Wood, Kathy —37, 38, 131

Wood, Sidney —147

Wood, Terry—56, 69, 131

Wooldridge, Dona —17, 76. 139

Wornson, Nancy —76, 132, 139

Wornson, Poulo —63, 131

Wright, Robin - 66, 76, 139

Wussow, Noncy —147

Wyott, Kothy —72, 76, 131

Yoeger, Dwight—131

Yang, Duk Noe —131

Yetter, Lois—76, 147

Young, Croig - 147

Young,Judy —70. 139

Young, Vicki - 139

Yungerberg, Steve - 139

Zell, Rosalind -7 0 . 131

Zernechel. Ken - 147

Zernechel, Lynn—139

Ziegohn, Lindo - 72, 131

Ziesmer. Stove 84, 147

Zinke, Ernest 147

Zuehl, Corol- 56, 60, 66, 131

Zuehl, Shirley 147

Zuehlke, Lorry 147

154


Faculty

A a b e r g , K a rl — 2 5 , 32

A d a m s , J a m e s — 25

A d o lp h s o n , K a rl — 2 5 , 28

A g a , H a r o ld — 25

A le x a n d e r , M iss V id a — 25

A s c h e , LeR oy — 2 6

A s p , W a ld o — 26

B a ll, Lee — 2 6

B e n g ts o n , J a c k — 2 6 , 2 8 , 9 5

B e rg , J a m e s — 2 6 , 7 4

B ie b I, M iss E le a n o r — 2 6

B ird , M rs. V ir g in ia — 26

B is h o p , M iss B e th - 2 6

B je rk e , L u v e rn e — 25

B u rn s , M rs . I n e lla — 2 6

C a n n a d a y , M iss B e rtra m — 26

C h ris te n s e n , M rs. J o a n — 2 6

D e n n is , M rs. A d a — 2 6

D e P e w , B ru c e — 15 , 2 6

D ic k m e y e r, M rs . M a ry — 27

F itz S im m o n s , M rs. L u c ille — 10, 2 7

F ra n k e , R o g e r — 2 7 , 4 0

F u lle r , G o rd o n — 2 7

G a a r d e r , R o b e rt — 2 7 , 9 2

G is h , A r n e ll — 2 7

G o ilic k s o n , N o rm a n — 2 7

H a k e s , G o rd o n — 2 7 , 3 1 , 8 2 , 9 0 , 91

H a ld o r s o n , N o r d e e n e — 27

H a n n e m a n , J a m e s — 15, 2 7

H a u g e n , L o w e ll — 27

H a u g e n , M rs. M a ry — 2 5 , 28

H e rz b e rg , P a u l — 28

H o b a r t, M iss M a r g a r e t — 28

Iv e rs lie , P h illip — 28

J o h n s o n , E d w a rd — 28

J o y c e , M iss L u c y — 28

K a lin , F ra n k — 25

K la r , L u v e rn e — 2 8 , 9 3 , 95

K n u ts o n , M e lv in — 28

K o e n ig , R e u b e n — 28

L a rs o n , J o h n — 28

L a rs o n , M iss J o y c e — 1 1, 29

L a y m a n , M rs. E lo is e — 2 9

L ic h te n b e r g , M rs . M a r io n — 29

M a x e y , M rs. R uth — 2 9

M e ttle r , D u a n e — 2 9

M ic k e ls o n , W illia m — 2 9 , 8 2 , 9 0

M ille r , D o n a l d - 2 9 , 3 1 , 8 2 , 8 6

M o e n , R a g n a r — 29

M o n tz k a , H a r o l d - 29

M u lr o o n e y , M rs. L o re tta — 29

N e ls o n , S c o tt — 2 6 , 30

N ig g , W illia m — 24

N o e l, M rs . B e u la h — 30

N o rth e n s c o ld , R o b e rt — 3 0

N o r th r u p , M rs. L u c ile — 30

P in n e y , M iss C a t h e r in e — 19, 30

P o w e rs, M rs. M a r io n — 3 0

Q u ir a m , M rs. Eva — 30

R e n n e r, R o b e rt — 30

R o b e rts , L yle — 30

R ockvam , K en — 2 7 , 30

R o h lo ff, D i c k - 2 9 , 3 1 , 8 2 , 8 4 , 89

Rose, M rs. S a ra — 31

S a n d h o ff, H a r a ld — 31

S c h im m e l, W illia m — 3 1 , 85

S c h o e n ro c k , E lt o n - 18, 31

S c h o e n ro c k , N o r b e r t - 2 2 , 31

S c h u c h a rd , H a r o ld — 3 1 , 57

S c h w a n k I, O r v i l l e - 3 2

S c h w a n k I, M rs. M a r g a r e t — 32

S c h w ie g e r, A . A . - 2 5

S e a b e rn , M rs. P h y llis — 32

S h a ffe r , D a v id — 32

S le b ra s s , H e rs h e l — 32

S in g e ls ta d , R o b e rt — 32

S jo s tro m , D r. J a c k — 25

T h o rn b y , M rs. H o r r ie t — 32

T rits c h , Len — 85

V ic k , A lv in — 25

V o tc a , J o h n — 25

W e e s e , M iss S y lv ia — 32

W ilk e r , R o g e r — 32

W o lv e rto n , M . L. — 24

Z itz m a n n , C le tu s — 3 1 , 3 2 , 8 2 , 8 4 , 92

Organizations

A u d u b o n

A r t c lu b

B a n d

C h o ir

D e b a te

D o lp h in s

FFA

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