Alden High School - Blackhawk Yearbook (Alden, MN)
- Class of 1967
Page 1 of 80
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1967 volume:
1, Photograph Reaches New Heights-This photograph was
taken from an altitude of 475 miles during the Gemini I0
space flight of astronauts john W. Young and Michael Collins
in july of 1966. Gibraltar appears in the upper right.
8, Surprised Miss America-Pretty 19-year-old jan jayroe, Miss
Oklahoma, expresses surprise and happiness in the same
gesture upon learning that she was Miss America 1967.
9. Pat and Luci-Mr, and Mrs. Patrick j. Nugent walk down
steps of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception
in Washington on August 6th following the wedding of Nugent
and the daughter of President Lyndon B. johnson.
10, Strikeout King Retires-Lefthander Sandy Koufax of the
Los Angeles Dodgers announced on November 18th that he
was retiring from baseball due to an arthritic elbow. Winner
of the Cy Young Award three times, Koufax set an all-time
record of 382 strikeouts during the 1965 season.
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11, Speaks Up For GOP-Senate Minority Leader Everett Dirk-
sen answered President johnson's accusations that the GOP
is a party of fear by declaring that "the President's statements
actually spell out the most damning self-indictment in modern
12, White House Pickets-In August, these sign-carrying pickets
marched up and down in front of the White House in protest
to the probe of their anti-Viet Nam war activities by the House
Committee on Un-American Activities.
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THE 1966-67 ALDEN ANNUAL STAFF
WITH THE SPIRIT GF ,67
"l have had playmates, I have had
In my days of childhood, in my joy-
ful school -days.
All, all are gone, the old familiar
Dedication .............. . . .
Athletic S ......
Unde rclas smen ....
We, the Senior Class of 1967, hereby dedicate this year's Black-
hawk" to Mr. John Lautigar. Under his helping hand as our claw
advisor we produced a successful Junior-Senior Prom and continued
with our success throughout the years. For the past four years we
have enjoyed having him as our math teacher and coach. On be-
half of the Senior Class, we would like to express our deep gratitude
and sincere appreciation for the loyalty he has shown to us. He
shall long be remembered in the minds of the Seniors of 1967.
MARLENE MILDRED ALLEN
"l agree with you--but I must admit
you're wrong. "
Chorus 3,43 Glee Club 3,43 Class Pres'
ident 33 Annual 2,3,43 Co-editor 43
Cheerleader 3,43 F. H. A. 4.
SUZANNE MELBA AUSTIN
"Every inch, her height is pure de-
Annual 3,43 Chorus 3,43 Glee Club 3,
43 F. H. A. 43 Art 4.
MERLE ALLAN BEHR
"He had so many bright ideas, his hair
E IORS CONCER ED
MARK HARLAN BRUMMER
"I'm not bashfu13 just conservative. "
JAMES ROBERT CONN
"I am what I am. "
Wrestling 2,45 Track 23 F.F.A. 1,2,
IOANN KAY INDRELIE
"Greater women than I have lived, but
they're all dead now. "
Annual 25 Band 1,2,35 Chorus 3,45
Glee Club 3,45 Cheerleader 3,45
Newspaper 3,45 Class Play 35 Musical
WITH THE FUTURE
NANCY KAY JACOBS
"You're only young once, after that you
have to find a better excuse. "
Annual 2, 3,45 Chorus 45 Glee Club 45
Home Ec. Club 2,35 Musical 45 F. H.A. 45
Art 45 Library Club 3, 4.
GAYLE STEVEN JOHNSON
"If he 's a sample, we'll take a dozen."
Class Vice-President 25 Baseball 1, 2, 3,45
Basketball 1,2,3,45 F. F. A. 1,2,3,4.
RONALD DEAN DRESCHER
"The harder I try, the gooder to be,
the worser I is. "
Track 15 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4.
SUSAN ANNETTE HENSCHE
"She 's like a star, out every night. "
Home Ec. Club 15 Glee Club 3,45
Chorus 3,45 Class Secretary 35 Band
1, 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Queen 4.
JAMES MICHAEL JOHNSON
"His eyes spell mischief, his smile
spells "Hi!" We all like him, he's one
swell guy. "
Student Council 3,45 Football 1,2,3,4,
Basketball 15 Baseball 2, 3,45 Home-
coming Royalty 45 Audio Visual 3.
MARY ELLEN JOHNSON
"The word "impossible" is not in my
Chorus 45 Glee Club 45 Annual 2, 3,45
Co-editor 45 Library Club 45 Audio Vi-
sual 45 junior Class Play-Student Di-
rector 35 F. H. A. 45 National Honor
Society 2, 3, 4.
the best. "
Band 1,2, 35 Annual 2, 35 Audio-Visual 3,45
National Honor Society 3,4.
CHERILYN KAY IADWIG
"Of all my family's relatives, I like myself
"SWI GER" ELECTED
SUZANNE FAY LEE
"Small and trim, pure and primg He likes
her and she likes him. "
Library Club 25 Audio Visual 35 Annual 35
Art 45 Chorus 45 Glee Club 4.
DOREEN CAROL MORGAN
"She's just the quiet kind whose nature
never varies. "
Annual 2, 35 Audio-Visual 3,45 Vice Presi-
dent 45 Treasurer 1.
MICHAEL DEAN NELSON
"I'd rather hug a basketball than any-
L one---almost. "
, Baseball l,2,3,43 Football lj Football
Manager 23 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Track
3,43 Musical 43 Class Secretary 23
Class Treasurer 43 Homecoming
BEVERLY ANN NESJE
3 "Late hours are bad for one , but al-
' right for two. "
Chorus 3,43 Glee Club 3,43 Annual 2,
- 3 3j Newspaper 43 Speech Contest 33
l 3- 3 Musical 4.
BARBARA IRENE PAULSON
"She looks like an angel, She acts like an
angel, But who knows what an angel might
Band 1,2, 3,43 Class President 23 Newspaper
3,45 Girls' State Representative 33 Class
Play 33 Chorus 43 Glee Club 43 Student
Council 43 Musical 43 Homecoming Royal-
ty 43 National Honor Society 2, 3,4.
AS CLASS RI G
ALBERT MAYNARD PURDY
"He is wise who saith but little. "
E.F.A. 1,2,3,43 Basketball Manager 3,45
GARY DONALD RASMUSSEN
"He and his car are inseparable. "
Football 1, 3,45 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Baseball
43 Track 1,2,3.
MARK ROBERT RASSMUSSEN
"lt's great to be a Senior, but a Soph-
omore has my heart. "
Football l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25
Track 1,2, 3,45 Wrestling 35 Musical
LYNETTE JANE REDMZAN
"Not too tall, not too small, she's a
gal tl1at's liked by all. "
Annual 35 Chorus 45 F. I-LA. 45
JOAN MARTHA REINDAL
"I hurry not, neither do I worry. "
Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 3,45 Glee Club
45 Audio Visual 35 Majorette 3,45
Newspaper 45 Annual 35 Class Play 35
Class Vice-President 15 Homecoming
JOYCE LORENE REINDAL
"Keep busy, to keep happy. "
National Honor Society 45 Cheerleading 2,
45 Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 45 Glee Club 45
Home EC. Club 2,35 F.H.A. 45 Class Play
35 Musical 45 Audio-Visual 3.
CAROLYN JOY RICHTER
"She studies all mankind from one reliable
Band 1,2,3,45 Annual 2, 35 Musical 45
Chorus 45 Glee Club 4.
SENIOR YE R BRIMMING
CARLA CLAUDIA SAUER
"Why worry about life---you never get
out of it alive anyway. "
Band 1,2, 35 Chorus 3,45 Newspaper
co-editor 45 Newspaper 2, 3,45 Camera
ITH ME ORIE
DUANE PERRY SAUKE
"He's not only a scholar-5 but a gentleman
and a good fellow. "
Band 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track
1,2, 3,45 Baseball 35 junior Class Play5
Musicalg Chorus5 Newspaper 4.
ALLEN CARL SCHMIDT
"Behind his Sunday School face there are
Saturday night ideas. "
Football 1,2, 3,45 Basketball 1,25 Wres-
tling 45 Track 1,2, 35 Student Council 1,2
AMELIA GRACE RYE
"She's not as fast as lightning, but
she gets there. "
Cheerleading 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 43
Glee Club 45 Audio Visual 3, 45 -
Home Ec. Club 2, 35 F.H.A. 45C1ass
Secretary 45 Student Council 3, 45
Musical 45 Library Club 45 Home-
coming Royalty 4.
CHARLES DEAN SAILOR
"lf school is liberty, give me death. '
Football 1,2, 3,45 Wrestling 45 Track
ROSANNE ELAINE STALOCH
"Some say she is quiet, but there are
others who know. "
Annual 2,35 Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 45
Musical 45 Speech Contest 35 F. H. A.
SONJA ELAINE STEELE
"My chief joy and accomplishment is
conversation, especially with the oppo-
site sex. "
Band 1, 2, 3,45 Junior Class Play 35
Musical 45 Wrestling Cheerleader 3,45
Football Cheerleader 3,45 Majorette
3,45 Newspaper 2, 3,45 Newspaper co-
editor 45 Student Council l,2, 35 Class
Treasurer 35 Homecoming Royalty 4.
ELIZABETH MARY STREYLE
"She considers her studies a lark, yet she'd
die if she got a poor mark. "
Band 1, 2, 3,45 ,Class President 15 National
Honor Society 2, 3,45 Chorus 3,45 Glee
Club 3, 45 Newspaper 3,45 junior Class Play
35 Musical-Student Director 45 School Band
of America 4.
E IOR HELP ITH
JAMES MONROE SWENSON
"You're a long time in the tomb, so while
you're alive ZOOM! ZOOM!ZOOM!"
SHARON CAROLINE THEOBOLD
"She works with the best of 'em and has
fun like the rest of 'em. "
Annual 2,3,45 Home Ec. Club 3,45 Cho-
rus 3,45 Speech 35 Library Club 3,45 Glee
Club 3,45 F. I-LA. 4.
JERILYN ANN THOMAS
"A laugh is showing in one place, the
way you feel all over. "
Newspaper 3,43 F. I-LA. 43 Glee Club
43 Chorus 43 Library Club 43 Musical
IEANINE SHARON THOMPSON
"If giggles were golden, she'd be a
millionaire ! "
Band l,2,3,4j Chorus 3,43 Newspaper
2, 3,45 Camera Club 23 Class Play 3.
MARLIN FRANCIS VOIGT
"Al1 bad weeds grow tall, that's why
I'm so short. "
Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,25 Bas-
ketball Manager 3,45 Baseball 2, 3,43
Homecoming King 4.
FIRST MUSIC L
JEFFREY MARK WEYRUM
"Women disturb me not. "
Baseball Manager 2, 3,43 Football
Manager 43 Wrestling Manager 43 Band
3,43 Camera Club 1,2,3,45 Class Play
33 Musical 4.
PAUL FREDR ICK WICHMANN
"Manly in bearing, honest and trueg
the world hath need for men like you. "
Football 1,2, 3,43 Wrestling 2,33 Track
35 Class Play 3.
SYDNEY DOUGLAS WILLIAMS
"Learning in school never did any
harm, but I feel safer on the farm. "
Football 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 3, 45 Track
35 F. F.A. 1.
JAMES EDWARD HANNEGREFS
"I'm here, even if I don't tell any-
Transfer from Williston, South Dakota.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS:
President: Duane Sauke
ViCE2 -President: DOISGII Morgan
' Secretary: Amelia Rye
Red Rose Treasurer: Michael Nelson
Student Council: Barbara Paulson
"Grant us the knowledge to know what is
right, and the courage enough to do it. "
xx 11 Burgundy and White
The class of '67 proudly
received their rings in
MARY JOHNSON BARBARA PAULSON
Grade Point 93. 47 Grade Point 93.06
19 Credits 19 Credits
Grade Point 93. 83
Grade Point 92 . 05
Grade Point 91. 63
The School Board Policies Handbook for District 242 prescribes that students gradua-
ting Within one point of each other will share valedictorian or salutatorian honors.
Two additional students will be Honor Graduates having a scholastic average of above
90. 00. They are Beverly Nesje, grade point 90. 72, and Joyce Reindal, grade point
90. 2 l.
Baccalaureate service and Commencement signify the completion of the 1967 seniors'
GRADUATIO . E STAGE OF
LIFE' JOUR EY OW COMPLETED
On Sunday, May 21, 1967, the senior class of Alden I-Iigh
School attended Baccalaureate Services held in their honor at
the Alden gymnasium. Rev. Roy E. Lockhart gave the Bacca
Commencement Exercises were held on Thursday, May 25th,
1967, at the Alden Gymnasium. The high school band and
choir performed the musical portion of the program while the
seniors presented the commencement address.
jo Ann Indrelie spoke to the audience about
some of the things that had happened to her
class throughout their school life.
len, J. Remdal, S. Steele, A. Rye, S. KIVICIIITIHIIII, I. Indrehe, J. Solum, J.
Koehler I. Sprenger
A Rye I. Reindal M. Allen
J, Solum S. Wichmann
Abbe D. Pedersen L. Theobald P. Peter- ROW 12 A- Newman. K- Svenninssen- ROW 22
, D, Qreamer, W, fsestoriousu ' 1. Smith, M. Boeck, 1. Raines, B. Rasmussen.
THESE ARE THREE
Sonja Steele, JoAnn Indrelie, jean Schmidt.
THE GOAL OF THE 6TH GRADE BAND
SIXTH GRADE BAND-ROW 1:M. Stoneback, D. Nelson, D. Lee. ROW 2: R. Doppelhammer, D. Lindeman,
K. Sauke, R. Wittmer, M. Wittmer, J. Opdahl, D. Seipp, M. Elvebak, S. Seipp, M. Carlson. ROW 3: A.
Wichmann, D. Walker.
ROW 1: J. Sprenger, I. Schmidt, I. Reindal. ROW 2: V. Babbitt, B. Thorson. ROW 3: S. Steele.
THESE ARE OUR MAJORETTES
Besides leading the band in parades
the majorettes performed during half-
time at home football games and during
the half -time of one basketball game
During summer vacation the ma-
jorettes sold candy bars to buy material
for new uniforms besides practicing new
IS OUR DRUM MAJOR
ALDEN HIGH SCHOOL BAND
GOAL OF JU IOR BAND TO
PARTICIPATE I MARCHI G BAND
JUNIOR BAND: ROW 1: C. Scrabeck, L. Wittmer, B. Rasmussen, M. Toenges, A. Newman, ROW 2: J.
Smith, P. Peterson, C. Opdahl, P. Peterson, L. Reindal, D. Behr, J. Ahnemann, W. Pestorious, K. Peder-
sen, C. Steele, S. Krueger, C. Behr, J. Geeseman, L. Dale. ROW 3: E. Carlson, D. Pedersen, L. Roberts,
T. Nelson, R. Christenson, D. Lockhart, D. Abbe, G. Steele, P. Henshe, K. Schmidt, J. Paulson, D. Wich
mann, K. Schmidt, D. Breamer, L. Theobald. ROW 4: W. Wichmann, M. Ahnemann, O. Wittmer, R. Bab
cock, C. Thomas, I. Guanella, D. Bryson, R. Martinson, G. Lutteke.
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ROW 1: S. Elvebak, K. Bell, M. Wichmann. ROW 2: M. Anderson, W. Bryson, D. Behle, S. Steele, A.
Steele. ROW 3: A. Walker, B. Paulson, I. Pestorious, C. Richter, R. Staloch, N. Pedersen, J. Reindal, D.
Weyrum, B. Behr, V. Babbitt, K. Meyer. ROW 3: I. Dale, D. johnson, S. Wichmann, I. Rasmussen, I. Wey
rum, H. Pieper, T. Wetzell, L. Sauke, D. Sauke, R. Streyle.
FOR THE FUT RE
"Everything seemed to fall in
place this year in band. We
have a fine bunch of young mu-
sicians who are all eager to
learn. Some of our veterans
have done a great job coaching
our younger members along.
Spirit, dedication, and imagi-
nation are all essential ingred-
ients in music -making. Our
band, this year, abounds in all
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NEWSPAPER: ROW 1: C. Saucer, S. Steele, L. Stmeyle, S. Wichmann, B. Paulson, J. Thompson.
ROW 2: A. Katzung V. Johnson I. Solumn, L. Reindal, J. Reindal, J. Pestorious, L. Wichmann,
K. Koehler. ROW 3,1 J. Sprenger,, R. Opdahl, C. Purdy, M. Meyers, A. Heine, I. Inderlxe, I.
Wittmer. ROW 4: J. Baer, B. Nesje, D. Sauke, D. Johnson, P. Frantum, I. Thomas, Mr. Lee.
THE SIGNIFICANT EVENTS OFTHE D Y
AND OF THE YE R ARE COMPILED
BY THESE T O ORGANIZATIO
ANNUAL STAFF PREPARES YOUR AHS YEARBOOK: ROW 1: C. Mattson, M. johnson, Mr. Gromatka, M. A1-
len, O. Sorenson. ROW 2: D. Sorenson, V. Babbitt, K. Meyer, J. Rasmussen, B. Katzung, K. Somnis, S.
Austin, S. Newman. ROW 3: K. Raines, S. Crom, S. Elvebak, I. Reindal, S. Theobald, N. Jacobs, K.
Stillwell, D. Katzung. ROW 4: D. Newman, D. Thunstedt, N. Pedersen, P. Behr, D. Pedersen, A. Wich-
mann, B. Hendrickson, I. Schmidt.
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Sailor, I. Behr, M. Wittmer.
U DERSTA DING COMES THROUGH
BOOKS A D FILMS
LIBRARY CLUB: ROW 1: V. Johnson, N. Jacobs, Mrs. Schwartz, S. Theobald, I. Thomas, K. Bell. ROW 2:
. . ' . R b 1 ' I. J hnson C. Sailor.
M. johnson, A. Rye, P. Frantum, I Behr, M Wmttmer, I e e e1n, o ,
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY PROMOTES
The object of the Alden Chapter of the National
Honor Society shall be to stimulate a desire to
render service, to promote Worthy leadership, and
to encourage the development of character in Stu-
dents of Alden High School. Candidates eligible to
election to the chapter shall have a scholastic aver-
age of B, or 904725, or its equivalent.
Mary Johnson lights the candle of leadership.
Dick, you can put your eyes
P1 y bring out the students
Tis' the devil you say! ! !! I
Don't be scared, Pam, 1t's only
ITS A PROM
It takes co-operation to have a good Prom.
This is the final product.
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Captains A1 Schmidt and jim Johnson review this season's victories with coaches Hintz, Grarnling and Lautigar
"With the guidance of head coach
Gramling and the assistant coaches,
Hintz and Lautigar, We were able to
accomplish an undefeated season.
6 As captains, We wish to thank the
coaches, the fellows who partici-
pated, the fans, support in making
this 1966 season a wonderful suc-
cess We hope the coming years are
jim and Al
ROW 1: C. Reindal, C. Sailor, G. Rasmussen, M. Voight, P. Wichmann, M. Rasmussen, J. Johnson, S.
Williams, A. Schmidt, A. Lindeman. ROW2: Coach Gramling, M. Richter, W. Greenfield, C. Nelson,
P. Tasker, A. Mortjnson, R. Peterson, R. Jacobs, S. Sorensen, K. Van Deer, G. Mathiason, C. Ras-
mussen, Coach Lautigar. ROW 3: R. Newman, S. Schmidt, T. Wetzell, A. Jacobs, E. Lutteke, K.
Raines, F. Purdy, S. Peterson, S. Steele, K. Williams, C. Gold, S. Scrabeck. ROW 4: L. Jacobs, R.
Wright, J. Larson, A. Behr, R. Nelson, R. Swenningsen, R. Hemmingson, B. Hitchcoack, D. Wichmann,
D. Opdahl, T. Guanella, M. Lee, Coach I-Iintz. Won 9 Lost O
VARSITY SET GOOD EXAMPLE
FOR ,JUNIOR VARSITY
Won 2 Lost 4
ROW 1: T. Wichmann, D. Johnson, R. Martinson, W. Tasker, J. Wayne, G. Steele, W. Wichmann, S.
Voight, D. Peterson, R. Christjanson. ROW 2: D. Bryson, manager, T. Nelson, D. Purdy, D. Mattson, L
Dale, G. Lutteke, J. Behle, O. Wittmer, J. Guanella, T. Guanella, manager. ROW 3: P. Hensche, F.
Lee, D. De Poppe, S. Haul-zoos, D. Redman, D. Lockart, Coach Lautigar.
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HAWKS SCORE TO NET SECOND TROPHY
Name FGA. 7FG FTA. 7FT Fouls Vio. Reb. Pts. Ave. Games Qtrs
A. Lindeman 4087173 73751 39 31 234 397 20.8 19 75
R. Peterson 2297114 119780 45 41 280 308 17.1 18 72
M. Nelson 2507117 63738 69 53 102 272 14.3 19 75
G. Mathiason 1607 69 66735 48 36 193 173 9.1 19 75
G. johnson 997 36 37721 39 27 48 93 4.8 19 69
D. Sauke 247 7 127 8 7 13 26 22 1.5 14 2
C. Reindal 677 23 97 3 ll 21 14 49 3.0 16 41
S. Tenold 177 4 47 2 1 4 3 10 0.9 ll 15
A. Walker 297 7 107 6 2 2 27 20 1.5 13 21
J. Hannegrefs 07 0 07 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 6 6
K. VanDeer 67 3 07 0 0 3 5 6 0.8 8 8
C. Rasmussen 67 3 27 2 2 0 5 8 2.0 4 6
C. Gold 07 0 07 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 3 3
Team Totals 12957556 3987246 266 257 949 1358 71. 4 19 76
OPPOHSHFTOE- 12577471 3427202 1144 60.0 19 76
"This outstanding group of basketball players provided Alden with its best basket-
ball record in 10 years. Our goals are high again next year as many of the boys return
for another season. "
Neil B. Pierce
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER
ROW I: R. Hanson, K. Van Deer, G. Tongues, L. Sauke, A. Jacobs, M. Frantum, B. Breamer, B. Buendorf,
R. Tenold. ROW II: T. Wetzel, S. Steele, C. Rasmussen, S. Peterson, E. Luteke, F. Purdy, S. Scrabeck, C
Gold, L. Hemmingsen, B. Brummer, Mr. Nelson, coach.
Won: 16 Lost: 0
"The Bombers put together desire, ability and hard work to make a
championship season out of a possible mediocre season. I am sure their
talent, willingness to work and desire for victory will help Alden consider-
ably in the future years. "
MB" 8L "C" TEAMS FORM NUCLEUS FOR '68
"We felt at the beginning of the year we could go undefeated and this was
our goal, unfortunately New Richmond proved us to be wrong. "
7th Graders Won: 5 Lost: 2 Tied: 1 8th Graders Won, 7 Lost.
ROW I: S. Voight, D. Purdy, D. Slette, R. Stewart, D. johnson, E. Helland, P. Hensche, D. Lockhart.
ROW II: Mr. Paulson, coach, S. Haukoos, D. Mattson, C. Rebelein, K. Schmidt, G. Lutteke, R. Nelson,
R. Svenningson, L. Dale.
ROW I: J. Conn, A. Mortinsen, K. Williams, S. Schmidt, T. Guanella, S. Johnson. ROW II: J. Weyrum, man-
ager, L. Jacobs, F. Lee, L. Wayne, C. Nelson, F. Wacholz. ROW III: Mr. Hjalmervik, coach, R. Newman,
D. Tasker, C. Sailor, D. Jacobs, S. Williams, S. Sorensen, A. Schmidt, Mr. Lautigar, coach.
WRESTLING TEAM GAINS FIRST LEAGUE TROPHY
"Very fine wrestling was exhibited by the Alden Blackhawks throughout
the season. Their ability was recognized because seven were Border League
Championsg of these seven, five played at the District level. Greg Seltun
and Allen Schmidt were not eliminated until they reached the Regionals.
Highlights of the wrestling season were the meets in which captains
Allen and Syd led the team to victorys over Waldorf-Pemberton, 22-20,
Austin Pacelli 26-23, and Kiester 22-20, in these very close dual meets,
and led the team to the first wrestling championship. "
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Captains Al and Syd Admire First Wrestling Trophy
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THE BASEBALL AND TRACK TEAMS SOAR
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Gilbert Terry Richard
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Jacobs Koehler Larson
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Marilyn Cherilyn Julie
Riemer Scrabeck Smith
Ross Linda Michael
Svenningsen Theobald Tronstad
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Darlene Diane Jacqueline Ion Chfistine Debra
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Patricia Donald Eric Roger Allen Jacqueline
Blank Bryson Carlson Christensen Crom Ge es,-nan
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MRS. SANDRA CHRISTOPHERSON
General Beadle State College
Shorthand I, II
MR. LA MAR COURRIER
Mankato State, B. S.
MR. LOREN GRASDALEN
Mankato State College, B. S
Physics 11 , 12
MR. ROBERT GROMATKA
North Dakota State, B. S.
World History S , 11 , 12
INSTRUMENT OF K OWLEDGE
MRS. MARY GUENTHER
University of Minnesota, B. S
English 8, 9,10
Eighth Grade Advisor
MRS. SUSAN I-IALVERSON
Mankato State College
University of Minnesota
MR. WESLEY HINTZ
Mankato State, B.S.
Industrial Arts 7-12
Social Studies 9
MR. GARY HJALMERVIK
University of North Dakota, B S , M A
History 7, 10
Seventh Grade Advisor
GUIDES OF THE MIND
MR. JOHN LAUTIGAR
Winona State College, B. S.
MR. BERNARD LEE
Waldorf Junior College
Luther College, B. A.
Social Studies 9-12
Junior High Speech, Guidance
MR. JAMES NELSON
Minot State Teachers, B. S.
English 1 1 , 1 2
MR. JOHN NELSON
Iowa State, B. S.
University of Minnesota
MR. WAYNE PAULSON
Bemidji State B. S.
MIRS. FLORA PETERSON
Mankato State College, B.
Girls' Phy. Edg Health
Seventh Grade Advisor
MR. NEIL PIERCE
Gustavus Adolphus, B. S.
Boys' Phy. Edg Health
Eighth Grade Advisor
NUI. E. NED RASMUSSEN
St. Cloud State, B. S.
FURNISHERS OF KNO LEDGE
NERS. GWENDOLYN SCHWARTZ
University of North Dakota, B. S.
Mankato State College
MISS MARTHA SOEDER
University of Minnesota, B. S.
Home Economics 7-12
ALDEN COOK'S HELPERS:
ALDEN cooKs AND JANITORS: E. Vee, MIS. Frantum, Mrs. Nqlson,
Mrs. Walker, H. Svenningson. V
THEY PRC IDE FOOD FUR THO GHT
AND START THE WHEELS TURNING
CONGER COOKS AND ANITOR:
Mr. and MTS. Melvin Vgittmex., BUS DRIVERS: D. Hemmingson, R. Hem-
B - K . mingson W. Hemmingson, B. Hemmingson
ermce atmng E. Millhbuse, W. Wright, P. Carlson, K. J
THESE MERCHANTS SUPPORT US
LET'S SUPPORT THEM
Congratulations Class of "67"
ALDEN BARBER SHOP
Fred gl Marge Jensen
Meals and Lunches
Party Room Available
LARSON'S MIDTOWN MOTORS
General Repairs 8: Welding
Used Cars 81 Trucks
C. HANTHORN'S VARIETY
KIESTER FEED SERVICE
Phone 294 -3132
CONGER MEAT MARKET
AND LOCKER PLANT
EBERT HARDWARE -UNIT A
ALDEN OIL COMPANY
Mobil Service featuring
Mobilgas and Mobil Oil Products
Auto Service and Repair
R E A L T 0 R s
40080. Broadway 373-1473
The best place to come
when buying or selling
Albert E. Mattick
Groceries -Meat -Dry Goods
The "Home of Quality Printing"
PEOPLES NATURAL GAS
Serving a growing community
gtg Q, A-..
"Lilceness by NESS"
Portraits in Color Best Wishes To The Class Of '67"
F47 ALDEN OIL co.
I ' EBERT HARDWARE Mobil Service Featuring
V 1 1 UNIT 5 Mobil Gas and Mobil on Products
Alva Alden, Mlmfj Auto Service and Repair
Q-Q Slnce 1898 Phone 874-3166
Prom Time, Graduation TURNER-JANSMA MUSIC
Time, Or Anytime A tx Ay
Call WELLS FLORAL AND , , 53313 "Q 330 5, Broadway
GIFT Albert Lea, Minn.
Wells, Minn- f "The Complete Music
13110116 553-3106 at Store" Phone 373-9331
"The best f0,0dS FARMERS UNION AGENCY
at HAZEL S Insurance of all Kinds
CASH STORE" John Emerson-Emmons
"Good Luck to Class Congratulations to
of 67" Class of '67
L. I. Christensen ALDEN BAKERY
THEY SUPPORT US, LET'S
CHARLES SPRENGER 8: SONS
Lumber, Building Material,
Drain Tile, Paint, and
THE RICHTER HARDWARE CO.
Phone COLfax 5-2100
MITCHELL'S STYLE SHOP at Wells
has styles for the Teens.
Sportswear: Fritzi, Russ,
Bobbie Brooks-Teen gl Missy's
sizes. Kelly Arden, Robbie
CONN REALTY CO. ,W .
126 E. Wm. Street S5?PEh?S1giA?t
Albert 3551, Minn. - V X TOWN CAFE
Greendale Stock Farm 12: . Whenlgggnre In
Alden, Minn. X ' -
- i A Congratulations
Class of '67"
DR. R. F. SCHMIDT
Wells , Minn.
Aiwnvs FIRST auAl.'n'v
CONGER COOP ELEVATOR CO.
"Our business, is your business"
Phone COLfax 5-2200
Associated Food Store
Leroy Behr, Prop.
We Buy and Sell Eggs 8: Poultry
Phone COLfax 5-2155
See the famous Touch 81 Sew
Sewing Machine at "SlNGER'S"
,204 W. Clark
Albert Lea, Minn.
THESE MERCHANTS SUPPORT US,
LET'S SUPPORT THEM
Best Wishes to the Class of '67"
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ALDEN
Congratulations to Class of '67"
Shop at Stevensons for the
Grain, Feed Fertilizer, Seed,
and other farm supplies.
Elevator Phone 874-3421
Mill Phone 874-3396
HOLLOWAY LUMBER CO.
Your dealer in
building material, paints
hardware, and fuel.
"You'll find it pays
to drive a Ways. "
VAN DEER'S FURNITURE
Plumbing, heating, appliances,
EBERT PLUMBING AND HEATING
Alden, Minn. Phone 874-3200
Congratulations Class of "67"
ALDEN BEAUTY SHOP
SECURITY INSURANCE AGENCY
Insurance of all Kinds
Chet Holton Cliff Peterson
126 S. Washington Avenue
Albert Lea Phone 373-6446
SANDER DRUG CO.
I've got it Coach!
That sounds very interesting tell
"Alright Mayor, we'l1 do it your way. "
I would like to present this trophy to the
best Drum Major.
Gig, Al and Syd are you
proud, or What? We're
Now for my next selection. .
just a little higher, Mike.
"Good morning students ! "
It didn t hurt a bit
l a 1
1, Communists Take A Walk-On October 12th, Soviet Bloc
UN delegates took their customary "walk" as Nationalist China
Ambassador, Liu Chieh, addressed the General Assembly.
2, First Lady Listens-Mrs. Ferdinand Marcos, First Lady of
the Philippines, listens to her husband, President Marcos, ad-
dress the UN General Assembly during a state visit in Sep-
3, Secretary Seeks Facts-During a fact-finding mission to Viet
Nam on October l0th, Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara
confers with U.S. Commander, Gen. Wm. Westmoreland. It
was McNamara's eighth visit to Viet Nam.
4, United Nations Chief Stays On-Secretary General U Thant
tells a news conference in September that he wishes to step
down, but will continue until a successor is found. Later, on
December 2nd, he agreed to another five-year term.
.,..,,. .-2 if
5, Goldberg Discusses Viet Nam-Following a long conference
with President johnson in September, Arthur Goldberg, U.S.
Ambassador to the United Nations, discussed prospects for
a Viet Nam settlement and said, "the door is open and we
see no evidence it has been closed."
6. jet Comes Home-A Phantom F4B glides onto a carrier deck
in the South China Sea after a mission over North Viet Nam.
7, Happy Filipinos-This flag-waving group of Filipinos greeted
President Lyndon johnson on October 23rd as he arrived there
for a Seven Nation Summit Conference.
8. Guest of Russian.:-During a December reception at the
Soviet Embassy in Paris, French President Charles DeGaulle
chats with Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin who was visiting
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