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1977 BRONCO 1978
Alsen Public School
Alsen, North Dakota
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Classes . .
Mr . Fera gen
Music . . .
Sports . . .
WE, THE ANNUAL STAFF OF 1978,
PROUDLY DEDICA TE OUR
BRONCO TO YOIL
MRS. I VERSON
As a teacher and friend you have made our high
school years full of excitement and enrichment.
You have been beside us listening, guiding, and
supporting all the wa y. We deeply appreciate 5
each helpful moment which you have contributed
to our academic development. In our memories,
,we will cherish the Wisdom which you have shared.
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SENI ORS OF 1978
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all I Stan "The Man"
ABOVE PHOTO: CLASS OFFICERS: President-
Stan Iverson, Sec.lTreas. -Deb Nelson, and
Student Council Rep. -Kel Peters. LEFT PHOTO:
Life has its ups and downs for Kel. RIGHT
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Al-"Here I am. . . at your
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PHOTO: Lori and Connie-
"Only 39 pages to go!"
SOPHO MO RE C LAS S
Vice-Pr esident -Kirby Unruy
Sec. fTreas. -Phil Toews
Student Council R ep. -Kirby
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Student Council Rep., Sue Klein-Vice-
Susan Klein Rennie Kreklau Lori Lundquist Derrall Myers P1'eSident, and Lori Lundquist-Sec.fTreas.
The reenactment of the Grand Teton Dam Disaster! ! ! CLASS OFFICERS: Secretary Marcia Nelson, President
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A: Tim Schmiess-"Aren't I cute?"
B: The 7th and 8th graders took
time out from their busy schedule
to help reorganize the library.
LEFT PHOTO: Cheri Roppel -"Why
RIGHT PHOTO: Lisa and Sam-
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Dean Hoiland Lana Klein julie Nelson bv the Students added an aff Period
and much color to the classroom.
B: Holidays. . . A time for fun,
FO I I I I K games, shouting, and too many
goodies to eat!
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RIGHT PHOTO: Their poster may only
have rated 2nd in the Bronco Booster
Contest, but surely these kids rank lst in
LOWER RIGHT PHOTO: Introduction to
school begins with an eight week kinder-
garten session. The half days are filled
with lively activities--fingerpainting,
nursery rhymes, the alphabet, colors,
numbers, letter sounds, printing one's
name, and best of all, the milk and cookie
KINDERGARTEN CLASS OF 1978--Back
Row: L to R: Tracy Klein, Peter janzen,
and Teacher-Mrs. jean Klein. Front Row:
L to R: Susan Lundquist, Lori Skjerva, and
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GAYLE FERAGEN- LYDIA SEVERSON -Grades HELEN SAXLUND -Grades DAVE PORTER-7 S 8
Elementary and Basic 1, 2, and 3 4, 5, and 6 English 8 Math, 8
Skills Elementary Music
KATHY PORTER-I-ligh NORA SCHAAF-
School English and Music '78 Busincs
SCHOOL BO RD
Back Row: L to R: 'I'om Mann, Elmer Wiens, and Lawrence i
Klein. Front Row: L to R: Bob Albrecht, Robert Iverson, and
Arvelda Wicns. Q
6 '77 SCI-IOOI BOARD President Robert Iverson, Clerk Arv
Tom Mann Elmer Wiens Lawrence Klein md Alvm Bartel
Elmer Wiens, Alvin Bartel, Bob Albrecht, and Bruce Severson
VERN I-IUBER -' 78 Social
Business and '77 Principal
ALAN FERAGEN -SCi0nCeS
and '78 Principal
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'77-'78 sciaoor BOARD? President -Roberg Iverson, Cler'k-Arvelda wiens,
RICK SCI-IAAF-Math and
The tantalizing aromas floating
down the AHS hallways can be traced
to the kitchen where our cook, Irene
Feil, prepares many of our favorite
foods. Buttered noodles, pizza, chili,
peas on toast, and "Big Meal Day" are
among our favorites.
The girls' bathroom in its usual state!
In the Search for bus drivers, the Alsen
School had a rather unusual applicant--
unfortunately his legs couldn't reach the
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ABOVE PHOTO: Fred Klein-Custodian
LEFT PHOTO: Rose Klein-Second-in-
Command in the custodian department.
Fred and Rose are kept busy polishing
away the dusty footsteps of AHS students,
besides their regular routine of long hours
spent keeping the school more comfortable
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"What To Do With 8 Pairs Of Shoes" by
Linda Wiens and Connie Klein.
LEFT PHOTO: The girls' bathroom AFTER
Rose Klein cleans it!
The Alsen School received the
services of two Cavalier County
specialists in the 1976-1977 school
year. They were: David Anderson,
S.L.D. Consultant, and Ray Crea,
Speech Therapist. Martha Krav-
winkle from Ramsey County was
the Speech Therapist during the
1977-1978 school term.
RIGHT PHOTO: I. to R: BUS
DRIVERS: Fred Klein, Rick Schaaf,
and Ken Heppner. Substitute jack
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1977 CLASS OFFICERS
RIGHT Pl-IOTO: Back Row: L to R: Randy
Unruh, Kent Klein, jan Schmiess, and
janet Scott. Middle Row: L to R: jay
Klein, Linda Wiens, Al Albrecht, Tom
Klein, Wayne Rosland, Mary jane Mann,
and Kelly Peters. Front Row: L to R:
Bruce Lundquist, Sandy Albrecht, Connie
Klein, Michelle Fohr, and Derrall Myers.
LIBRAR Y STAFF OF 1977
PHOTO BELOW: Standing L to R: Lori
Lundquist, Marcy Moore, janet Scott,
Tara Krelclau, jerry Klein, Randy Unruh,
and Librarian-Mrs. Porter. Sitting: Lee
Driver's Ed. or "Whiplash Class" ??
To become qualified drivers, AHS students are
required to take thirty-six hours of driver's education.
Thirty of these hours are spent in the classroom. The
other six hours of instruction are "behind the wheel".
NEWSPAPER STAFF - 1977
1977 Standing L to R Bryan Slqerva, Tim Bartel
Kirby Unruh, and Bruce Lundquist Sitting L to R
Michelle Fohr, Connie Klein, Lori Nelson, a
1978: Standing L to R: Instructor-Mr. Schaaf, Tim
Schmiess, Lisa Kreklau, Kevin Scott, Lori Lundquist,
Rennie Kreklau, Sandy Albrecht, Sue Klein, Cheri
Roppel, and Scott Spenst.
Back Row: L to R: Al Albrecht, jerry Klein, and Sheldon
Schmiess, Middle Row: L to R: Wes Lampson, Terry Roppel,
jan Schmiess, and janet Scott. Front Row: L to R: Linda Wiens,
Thorval Iverson, and Advisor -Mrs. Iverson.
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1977 STUDENT COUNCIL: Back Row: L to R: Michelle
Fohr, Sandy Albrecht, Derrall Myers, Bruce Lundquist,
and Tom Klein. Front Row: L to R: Sheldon Schmiess,
Marwood Klein, Randy Unruh, Kelly Peters, and jay
, aan up , Stan Iverson, struggling to "lay-out"
a dummy sheet.
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LEFT PHOTO: Standing L to R: Advisor-Mrs. Feragen, Kelly
Peters, Debbie Nelson, and Stan Iverson. Sitting L to R: Tom
Klein, Linda Wiens, and Marwood Klein.
1978 ANNUAL STAFF
What an annual! . . . a new advisor and
staff! 3 ! . . . a successful ad collection. . .
hours and hours of trying to figure out picas,
copy, and layouts--but most frustrating was the
completion of a copy sheet, in triplicate yet,
and finding an error! I ! . . . missing 2 dead-
lines, pictures, sleep, and favorite T.V.
programs. . . fun, friendship, and knowledge
grew, as did the pride of accomplishing an
annual that is a job well done!
A special "THANK-YOU" to Mr. Feragen
for the long and painstaking hours that he spent
as our photographer and darkroom expert.
1978 STUDENT COUNCIL: Standing L to R: Brian Klein,
Kirby Unruh, Rennie Kreklau, Sandy Albrecht, Kelly Peters,
Marcia Nelson, Tim Bartel, and Derrall Myers. Sitting L
to R: Advisor-Mr. Feragen, Stan Iverson, Tom Klein, and
Wir essen. Wir singen. Arbeiten
A: The German Serenaders entertaining
many people with their traditional . M
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Germvgnilasslwmtto: GH? Us Any Day! Peters, Fraulein Connie Klein, Lehrer- ' A v 3 ' 4'
And e Ce ebrate It. . . Herr Feragen, and Fraulein Linda Wiens. ti
NEW STUDIES BEGI . . .
CAREERS AND COMPUTERS. . . These 2 new programs
began at AHS during the '77-'78 school year with money
available from government grants. Mr. Feragen, the
director of each program, wrote and submitted the 2
program proposals for government approval. When
approved, Mr. Feragen incorporated the programs into
A: The 5th and
6th graders study
from the career
B. Careers are a
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academic studies. Further appreciation of
the "Computer Age" will occur at AHS
since the school has purchased their very
ABOVE PHOTO: Kirby Unruh ran the
computer's "Tic Tac Toe" game and
entertained many people at the
science fair. RIGHT PHOTO: The
4th-6th grade learn that the com-
puter does more than "fun and games"
as they plan their programs with Mr.
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SCIENCE STUDENTS EXCEL
In 1977 five Al-IS students participated in the Nekoma
Invitational Science Fair. The 5 were: Tim Bartel, Tara
Kreklau, Marcy Moore, Phil Toews, and jay Klein. Tim
Ba1'tel's and Jay ,K1ein's projects were chosen to represent
AHS at the 1977 Northeast District Science Fair.
In 1978, under the direction of Mr. Feragen, AHS
hosted a Tri-School Science Fair on March 14th. Fifteen
projects by AHS students were selected to represent Alsen
at the Northeast District Science Fair in Grand Forks on
April lst. The 15 winners were: Lane Klein, Robin Klein,
Jodi Schmiess, Brian Klein, 'Todd Klein, Tim Schmiess,
Cheri Roppel, Sue Klein, Derrall Myers, jim Albrecht,
Phil Toews, Tim Bartel, Stan Iverson, Kelly Peters, and
Four AHS students continued on from the District Fair
to represent Alsen and the Northeast District at the N.D.
State Science Fair on April 7th at Devi1's Lake.
Lana Kleinfs "How Does Skin
Protect You, " Jodi Schmiess's
"Oxygen Production by
Plants," and Robin Klein's 7 '
"Recycling Paper" were the
3 elementary projects selected
to attend the District Fair.
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new metric materials a
Fair's Metric Booth. Rl
The 4th grade entry of
at the AHS Fair.
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Stan Iverson went on to the State
Science Fair with his project, "Effects
of Impurities on Dendritic Crystal
Formations." At the District Fair,
Stan was the recipient of the "Best
Chemistry-Physics Award" and the
"Kodak Photography Award."
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Eras of the Earth" won a blue ribbon
A: For his project, "Black Holes," Tom Klein
received the "Best Physics Proj ect" and the
"U.S. Air Force Award" at the District Fair.
Torn also attended the State Science Fair.
Cheri Roppel's project, "A Caloric
Comparison of Possible Fuels," was
selected to represent Al-IS and the North-
east District at the State Science Fair.
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L to R: Viola Rosland, Al Feragen, Verna Supervisor, San-,P1eS th
Kreklau, and Sam Kreklau carve the 12 Savory meats.
is hS" i 5 hams and the 12 turkeys for the smorgasbord.
Arvelda Wiens brings
in another load of
Coffee's On! Roland and Bernice Spenst
check on the supply and the many high
school boys who will serve it.
LEFT PHOTO: L to R: Ioan Scott and
Ann Roppel wash hundreds of lmives,
forks, and spoons in the shower room!
PHOTO BELOW: Verna Kreklau,
Vange Bartel, Betty Skjerva, and
Ruth Klein tackle the pots and pans
in the kitchen. LOWER LEFT PHOTO:
Marlys Loewen, only one of the
many Workers who make each
P,T ,O. activity a success.
Who could pass up all this delectable food? The
P.T .O.'s menu for the smorgasbord is: I-Iam,
Turkey and dressing, Potatoes and gravy, Meat-
balls, "Kumla", "Vereneka", "Pigs in a
Blanket", Corn, Salads, Relishes, Rolls, and
Sweets. This variety was certainly enough to
satisfy a hungry crowd of nearly 600 people! ! !
ABOVE PHOTO: AHS students stuff themselves
with their smorgasbord favorites. RIGHT
PHOTO: Joyce Klein is one of the many
reliable P,T.O. workers. Unfortunately, there
is not enough space to list all the hard workers
who make the P.T ,O, a very successful organi
zation. PHOTO BELOW: Diane Hoiland, Evelyn
Toews, Carolyn Klein, and Walter Scott pack
away all the borrowed items that helped serve
the hungry crowd.
1977 P.T.O. Officers
President. . . . .Melvin Klein
Vice-President . . Richard Hoiland
Secretary. . . . .Evelyn Klein
Treasurer . . . . Ann Roppel
1978 P.T .O. Officers
President. . . . ,Richard Hoiland
Vice-President . . Ronnie Loewen
Secretary. . . . .Barb Klein
Treasurer. . . . .Joyce Klein
ABOVE PHOTO: Richard Hoiland and
crew stack the hundreds of folding
chairs. RIGHT PHOTO: Clara Mae
Nelson--"Only 4 more chairs to go!"
A "lighter moment" amidst
the work--Gayle Feragen and
Nora Schaaf caught by the
Heave Ho! Tommy Mann
helps take down the tables.
PHOTO BELOW: L to R: Fred Klein, Derrall Myers,
Cal Myers, and Al Feragen form the "Mop Brigade"
to remove the last signs of the smorgasbord.
"Lori, keep your eyes on the copy!"
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Poor Al. . . but which one??? "Is the coast clear?"
"I-Iey! Wait a minute! You nee
your class! ! !"
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activities during their school years at Alsen.
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them enrolled in other schools and activities, ' Vyi
We wish to give them recognition as an
integral part of our school years. Wayne Rosland
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We, as a school, would like to thank
Linda Wiens for her dedicated work in the
AHS music department. As a pianist, she
has practiced for innumberable hours on
various accompaniments. She has spent a
great deal of time, both during and after
school, coordinating these accompaniments
with their adjoining solos and ensembles.
So to Linda, a sincere expression of
appreciation for the tireless dedication to
our music program. THANKS, Linda! !
P RFOR ERS
Madrigal 'Sing We And Chant lt'
Boys' Chorus "What Shall We Do With
The Drunken Sailor
Tom Klein 'When I Think Upon The
jan Schmress "Art Thou The Christ?"
Thorval Iverson . . Passing By'
As a result of long hours of practice, five
numbers were given star ratings at the District
Music Contest The above numbers ceeded
on to represent Alsen in the State Music Com-
Mixed Chorus Of 1977
RIGHT PHOTO: Back Row: L to R:
Jim Albrecht, Al Albrecht, Mai-wood
Klein, Thorval Iverson, Lee Bartel,
Tom Klein, jay Klein, Tim Bartel,
and Stan Iverson. Middle Row: L to R:
Director- Mr. Porter, Marcy Moore,
Connie Klein, Lori Nelson, Jan
Schmiess, Debbie Nelson, Cleo Lund-
quist, Linda Wiens, janet Scott, and
Director- Mrs. Porter. Front Row:
L to R: Cheri Roppel, Michelle Fohr,
Lisa Kreklau, Sue Klein, Lori Lund-
quist, and Sandy Albrecht.
Boys' Chorus Of 1977
ABOVE PHOTO: Back Row: L to R: Marwood Klein,
Thorvl Iverson, Lee Bartel, and Tom Klein.
Front Row: L to R: Director- Mr. Porter, jim Al-
brecht, A1 Albrecht, Tim Bartel, and Stan Iverson.
Girls' Chorus Of 1977
LEFT PHOTO: Back Row: L to R: Marcy Moore,
Connie Klein, Lori Nelson, jan Schmiess, Debbie
Nelson, Cleo Lundquist, Linda Wiens, janet Scott,
and Director- Mr. Porter. Front Row: L to R: Cheri
Roppel, Michelle Fohr, Lisa Kreklau, Mary jane
Mann, Rennie Kreklau, Sue Klein, Lori Lundquist,
and Sandy Albrecht.
Madrigal Photo was not available. This goup 9 1
consisted of: Lee Bartel, Jan Schmiess, janet
Scott , Tom Klein, Linda Wiem, Mai-wood 1
Klein, Debbie Nelson, Stan Iverson, Connie '
Klein, jim Albrecht , Tim Barrel, and Rennie. 1,
Kreklau. S t ' A'
The 1978 Madrigal
RIGHT PHOTO: L to R: Sam Klein, Sue Klein, Marwood
Klein, Rennie Kreklau, Stan Iverson, Lori Nelson,
Connie Klein, Linda Wiens, and jim Albrecht.
The 1978 Boys' Chorus
PHOTO BELOW: L to R: Stan Iverson, Al Albrecht,
. Tom Klein, Marwood Klein, Todd Klein, jim Al-
brecht, Tim Bartel, and Sam Klein. Pianist- Linda
The 1978 I
RIGHT PHOTO: Back Row: L to R:
, Director-Mrs. Porter, Sam Klein,
Stan Iverson, Al Albrecht, Tom
Klein, Marwood Klein, Todd Klein,
Tim Bartel, and Jim Albrecht. Front
Row: L to R: Lori Lundquist, Marcia
Nelson, Lori Nelson, Debbie Nelson,
Sue Klein, Connie Klein, Rennie
Kreklau, Lisa Kreklau, Sandy Al-
brecht. Pianist- Linda Wiens.
The Musical Stooges: Mardy, Al, Tom,
The 1978 Girls' Chorus
LEFT PHOTO: Back Row: L to R: Lori Lundquist, Lisa
Kreklau, Sue Klein, Debbie Nelson, and Lori Nelson.
Front Row: L to R: Marcia Nelson, Sandy Albrecht,
Rennie Kreklau, and Connie Klein. Pianist- Linda
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L to R: Debbie Nelson, Sue Klein, and Rennie
L to R- Jim Albrecht, Tom Klein, Sandy Albrecht, and Al
Standing L to R: Tim Bartel, Lori Nelson, Linda Wiens, and Lisa
Kreklau. Sitting L to R: Dean Holland, Cheri Roppel, and Marcia Y W L VY U
Nelson. L to R: Julie Nelson and Greg Klein.
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The 1977 Band
She really knows how to conduct herself!
Back Row: L to R: Jim Albrecht, Stan
Iverson, Tom Klein, Tara Kreklau, Jay
Klein, Marwood Klein, Al Albrecht, and
Lee Bartel. Middle Row: L to R: Rennie
Kreklau, Lori Nelson, Lisa Kreklau, Sandy
Albrecht, Marcia Nelson, Cheri Roppel,
Tim Bartel, Jan Schmiess, and Linda
Wiens. Front Row: L to R: Director- Mrs.
Porter, Mary Jane Mann, Debbie Nelson,
Thorval Iverson, Sue Klein, Robin Klein,
Michelle Fohr, and Connie Klein.
ABOVE PHOTO: Kelly
Peters- Our AHS Musical
LEFT PHOTO: Stan Iver-.
son presents an oral in-
terpretation at our Christ
Jim-"But. . .It sounds better this Way!"
L to R: Lisa Kreklau, Lori Nelson, Tim Bartel, and Linda Wiens.
FRO TONE TTES TO TR UPHIES
ELEMENTARY MUSIC-GRADES 1 G 2: Back Row: L to R: Direc
tor- Mr. Porter, Randy Klein, Todd Lundquist, Kristi Albrecht,
Cami Hoiland, and Shawna Huber. Front Row: L to R: Bobby
Lundquist, Kapra Huber, Carla Moore, Kevin Loewen, and
Michelle Fohr achieved the AHS trophy for the
Best Soloist of 1977-1978.
Back Row: L to R: Michelle Fohr, Jim Albrecht, and Deb
Nelson. Front Row: Lto R: Linda Wiens, Lisa Kreklau, Tim
Bartel and Sue Klein. These students received a medal , - - - - -
from the Alsen School for their instrumental abilities. Q531551fi2fji1'K?,ffj:goiinftigffigigefjfjlinfflijn'
Unfortunately, they didn't show an outstanding performance edged for their leadership abilities in the Alsen
for the Plcture' School Chorus.
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Linda Wiens received the AHS trophy for the ELEMENTARY MUSIC-GRADES 4, 5, G 6: Back Row: L to R: Di-
Best Musician of 1977-1978. In 1976-1977, rector- Mr. Porter, Jodi Schmiess, Clyde Myers, and Lana Klein.
the Alsen School also awarded Linda the Out- Front Row: L to R: Sherman Klein, Tracy Lundquist, Stacy janzen,
standing Musician trophy. Tammy Loewen, and Stacy Klein.
This organization consists mainly ot'
mothers whose children are enrolled in
music. Through various activities,
such as bake sales and a band carnival,
they have expanded the AHS music
collection and have inancially aided
students involved in competitions.
The Music Mothers who are not
pictured are: Ann Roppel, Danelda
Klein, Mary Mann, Arvelda Wiens,
Kathy Porter, Gayle Feragen, and
RIGHT PHOTO: L to R: Clara Mae
Nelson, Marlys Loewen, Dorothy
Kreklau, Violet Fohr, and Joyce Klein. H
Sitting: Sec. !Treas. - Wanda Iverson,
Standing: L to R: Vange Bartel, Evelyn
Klein, President- Carolyn Klein, Diane
Hoiland, and Marion Albrecht.
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held on November 13, 1976. It was filled with such fun ac-
and a beauty salon. However, the biggest money-making
project that night was the jailhouse. The evening was so suc-
cessful 'chat the Music Mothers were ab le to purchase a
stroboscope for the school.
Alsen's carnival, sponsored by the Music Mothers, was held
tivities as a cake walk, a spook house, a Bingo booth, a cafe,
The Boys' Chorus performing "Soon-Ah-
Will Be Done".
ABOVE PHOTO: Tim Bartel played
1978 STA TE MUSIC COMPE TITORS
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Rennie Kreklau achieved an excellent
rating on her solo, "E1egie," at the
received a star ,ating at bod, District and State Music Festivals.
District and State for their per-
formance of "I'l1 Walk With
Tom and Connie Klein ,
ABOVE PHOTO: Connie Klein performed
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Low: connie Klein, Linda wiens, Old Womans" Obtained H Sm LOW: Linda Wlens' Plwmg Prelufie and
and Rennie Kreklau achieved an ex- rating at both Disffict and Rondo' recewed an .excfeuent Hung for
Cement rating at District and State State. her performance at District and State.
for their performance of "Fire, Fire
My Heart" W
Michelle Fohr performed
We, the Alsen Boys' Basketball Team,
would like to express our gratitude to the
AHS cheerleaders for their dedication to
our team. We appreciate the large amount
of time and effort they spent strengthening
our support throughout the community.
CGLTS BURST WITH E ERGY
Z Back Row: Lto R: Dan Klein,
Sam Klein, Clyde Myers,
Todd Klein, Greg Klein, Gary
Lundquist, andDean I-Ioiland.
Front: L to R: Coach Schaaf,
Greg Desautel, Sherman
Klein, Stacy Klein, jason
Fohr, and Stacy janzen.
Kneeling: L to R: Cheerleaders
Marcia Nelson and Lori Klein.
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Back Row: L to R: Coach Schaaf, Dean Hoiland, Tammy Loewen, Clyde
Myers, Greg Klein, and Cami Hoiland. Middle: L to R: Tracy Lundquist,
Scherry Myers, Lana Klein, Julie Nelson, Kristi Albrecht, and Kevin
Loewen. Front: L to R: Todd Lundquist, Sherman Klein, Stacy janzen, jason
Fohr, and Randy Klein. The cheerleaders are L to R: Jodi Schmiess and
WHO' GOT SPIRIT?
' A s 2 Bronco "Bn Squads . .
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I , -I , I 'I f i The Bronco "B" Squads for the '76-'77 and
,Q QX!: - is A - '77-'78 seasons had many newcomers and young
y V y 1 T P S members. Everyone worked diligently and, al-
! L P QTT 2 ' ty, ' . though they didn't win a great majority of their
0 M 0 P' - games, they received much experience. lm-
1- 'f' g ' Y asa, fp provement showed in each season with every
A 'el" 'K fi W' . game they participated in, and many members
P advanced to play in several "A" Squad quarters.
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,76-'77 Boys' "BH Squad
Standing L to R: Phil Toews, jim Albrecht, Steve Klein,
Al Albrecht, jay Klein, Stan Iverson, and Brian Klein.
Kneeling is Coach Porter. Cheerleaders: L to R: Mary Jane
Mann, Connie Klein, Jan Schmiess, Lori Nelson, Debbie
Nelson, and Michelle Fohr.
ABOVE PHOTO: A Bronco
block by Phil Toews.
RIGHT PHOTO: Clayton
Hamann ready to "Sink It! "
'77-,78 Boys' "B" Squad
Back Row: L to R: Coach Porter, Todd Klein, and Brian
Klein. Middle Row: L to R: Sam Klein, Clayton Hamann,
Phil Toews, and Derrall Myers. Front Row: L to R: Lori
Lundquist, Rennie Kreklau, and Sue Klein are the cheer-
le ade rs .
Back Row: L to R: Assistant Coach
ing L to R: Lori Lundquist, Rennie
Kreklau, Sue Klein, Lisa Kreklau,
Sandy Albrecht, and Cheri Roppel.
Kneeling L to R: Michelle Fohr,
Marcia Nelson, Robin Klein, and
The '76-'77 "B" Squad was also
coached by Mr. Porter. No photo was
taken, but many of the faces are the
same in the '77-'78 "B" Squad and
some became regulars on the '77 -'78
Porter and Head Coach Huber. Stand-
'76-'77' A VERY GOOD YEAR!
"A" SQUAD '76-'77: Standing L to R: Mary jane Mann, Cleo
Lundquist, Debbie Nelson, jan Schniess, Lori Nelson, Tara
Kreklau, and Michelle Fohr. Kneeling is Coach Tollefson.
A1-dent Player Coach's Sweetheart
jan Schmiess Amy Tollegon
AHS BO YS RECORD
REGION III TOURNAMENT
Egeland 84 59 166141171116 67 48
Osnabwck 79 55 Valley 1-hgh 46 49
N-D-5-11 73 51 Rolla 61 53
St. Thomas 43 42
AHS GIRLS RECORD
AHS THEY AHS THEY
Hampden 47 22 ROLETTE INVITATIONAL
Maddock 41 39 Rolla 54 17
St. john 40 29 Hannah 47 30
Border Central 49 17 Rock Lake 49 50
Hannah 66 38 DISTRICT 'roURNAMr.N'r
Starkweather 49 18 Nekoma 65 6
Nekoma 79 16 Hannah 54 41
Egeland 44 40 Munich 27 25
Munich 46 37 REGION III TOURNAMENT
Lakota 20 47 St. Thomas 54 39
Rock Lake 39 44 Rock Lake 33 47
Walhalla 30 26 Minto 34 35
ABOVE PHOTO: L to R: The Bronco Bookkeepers: Linda
Wiens and janet Scott. PHOTO BELOW: "A" SQUAD '76-
'77: L to R: jay Klein, Wayne Rosland, Al Albrecht,
Marwood Klein, Lee Bartel, Thorval Iverson, Tom
Klein, Wes Lampson, Jim Albrecht, and Stan Iverson.
Kneeling L to R: Kent Klein, Coach Tollefson, and
jerry Klein. Cheerleaders: L to R: Mary jane Mann,
Connie Klein, Jan Schmiess, Lori Nelson, Debbie Nelson,
and Michelle Fohr.
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BRONCOS KEEP FIGH TI G IN '77-,78
Standing L to R: Michelle Fohr, Lori Lundquist, Sue Klein, Cleo Lundquist, Connie IGei.n, Lori Nelson, Debbie
Nelson, Tara Kreklau, Rennie Kreklau, Lisa Kreklau, Sandy Albrecht, and Cheri Roppel. Kneeling L to R:
Assistant Coach Porter, Student Manager- Julie Nelson, and Head Coach Huber.
SCORE 77- '78
WHS THEY AHS THEY
Starkwe ather 35 29 Munich 36 50
Walhalla 45 30 Rolette 25 43
Hannah 41 33 Lakota 39 50
Border Central 47 26 ROLETTE INVITATIONAL
St. John 25 36 Rolette 24 45
Hampden 77 32 Rock Lake 31 33
Nekoma 61 16 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT
Granville 35 60 Hampden 57 23
Lakota 39 50 Munich 28 54
Egeland 18 40 Starkweather 48 49
The "Unspillab1e "
The "Main 5"
Follies? L to R:
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Tara Kreklau For 2!!! "We Could Have Played A11 Night!!! 33
SPOR T SNAP
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n ' ' Tim Bartel was one of the many stu-
WHY to FU-111 2 PICUJTS, hm! dents that spent a Saturday skiing with
X! AHS faculty and parents at Walhalla.
We ARE proud to be Broncos!
What a stance, Al!
Happiness: The 1978 St. Valentine's Massacre! Slteve will take a break anY
t1me. . . any place!
Ron Loewen qpictured abovej A
and Leonard Klein greatly '-
aided our basketball games .
b - th b dt A few ofthe "A" Squad girls were able to
Y mnmng e Score Oar attend the 1978 Class "B" Basketball Tourna- A brief break for the 1977 Girls' "A"
ment at Minot and spent 4 days snowed in at Squad,
the R amada Inn.
Basketball A Wa rds
Rebounding . .
Best Defense. .
Free Throw 'Xu .
All-County . .
Free Throw X
"A" Squad Girls
LE TTERMEN IS
Back Row: L to R: Advisor- Mr. Tollefson, Kent Klein, Jim Albrecht, Al Al-
brecht, Steve Klein, Jay Klein, Sandy Albrecht, Cheri Roppel,and Lori Lund-
quist. Middle Row: Lto R: Vice-President- Wes Lampson, Sec. fTreas. -
Thorval Iverson, Tom Klein, Stan Iverson, Marwood Klein, Debbie Nelson,
Tara Kreklau, Michelle Fohr, and Lisa Kreklau. Front Row: L to R: President-
jerry Klein, Wayne Rosland, Lori Klein, Marcia Nelson, Mary Jane Mann, jan
Schmiess, Cleo Lundquist, Lori Nelson, and Lee Bartel.
A Night of Acknowledging Parents
Each letterman's mother receives a corsage in recognition
of Parents' Night.
Back Row: L to R: Mr. S Mrs. Charles Hamann,
Mr. S Mrs. Calvin Myers, Mr. S Mrs. Willard
Lundquist, Mrs. Velva Schmiess, Mr. 8 Mrs.
Clifford Roppel, and Nlr. S Mrs. Arnold Kreklau.
Middle Row: L to R: Mr. S Mrs. Harry Peters,
Mr. 8 Mrs. Clayton Klein, Mr. S Mrs. Leonard
Klein, Mr. G Mrs. jack Toews, and Mr. G Mrs.
Clinton Klein. Front Row: L to R: Mr. 8 Mrs.
Robert Albrecht, Mr. 8 Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs.
Violet Fohr, and Mr. S Mrs. Clifford Nelson.
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The AHS Lettermen, being an active organization, host a Letter-
men's Banquet annually. Its sole purpose is to acknowledge those
individuals who have accomplished certain feats throughout the ath-
letic season. Another yearly event is Parents' Night, in which the
Lettermen honor their parents.
The AHS Girls' Basketball Team
1977-1978 BASKETBALL A WARDS
Rebounding. . .Marwood Klein Rebounding , , , Deb Nelson
Most Valuable . n Marwood Klelh Most Valuable. . Deb Nelson
Best Defense . . .Tom Klein Best Defense, , , Lori Nelson
Most Improved . .Al Albrecht M0515 Improved , Michelle F01-yr
Free Throw 'Xu . .Stan Iverson Free Throw M, . , Tara Kreklau
All-Conference .Marwood Klein All-Conference . Tara Kreklau
Tom Klein Lori Nelson
Steve Klein Captains. . . . . Cleo Lundquist
"Is that all we get?"
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1978 LETTERMEN: Rear Row: L to R: Clayton Hamann, Sec.!
Treas. -Stan Iverson, Steve Klein, President- Tom Klein, Al Al-
brecht, Vice-President- Marwood Klein, Kel Peters, and Ad-
visor- Mr. Huber. Back Row: L to R: julie Nelson, Jodi Schmiess,
Lisa Kreklau, Robin Klein, Connie Klein, Sue Klein, Debbie
Nelson, and Linda Wiens. Middle Row: L to R: Cheri Roppel,
Marcia Nelson, Michelle Fohr, Lori Lundquist, Rennie Kreklau,
Sandy Albrecht, and Lori Nelson. Front Row: L to R: jim A1-
brecht, Derrall Myers, Sam Klein, Brian Klein, and Todd Klein.
At the 1977 Lettermen's
Banquet, Nlr. Tollefson
reminisced of his experi-
ences as an AHS coach.
Rob Leer, the WDAZ sports
announcer, was the guest
speaker at the 1978
1978 TRACK P RTICIPANTS
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"We can't run all the time!"
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The track program was
"Hark! Who goes there?"
set up for the first time in
Alsen under the direction of
Mr. Huber and with the as- X
sistance of Mr. Porter. Al-
most every student in high
school was involved in either
running or field events. For a
first year, it was full of ac-
complishments as AHS stu-
dents brought many ribbons
and medals home from each
K " If
Marwood Klein succeeded in
qualifymg for state competition
220, and 440 yard dashes While
at state, Marwood placed 4th 1n
the 440, and Sth in the 220
in the following events: the ,,100,
LEFT PHOTO: The AHS girls' relay
te am consists of: Sandy Albrecht,
Rennie Kreklau, Marcy Moore, and
VARIOUS AHS AWARD
1978 Bo s' State
1978 Knlgw Your State Winner Jodi Schmiess, Sandy Albrecht, Marcia Nelson,
and Robin Klein were the AHS spelling contest
winners for the past two school years. Both years
they succeeded in advancing to the County
Spelling Contest held in Langdon.
is-1131133 Sggte Lori Lundquist received a certificate of merit
1 for helping with library work.
Tom Klein Marcy Moore
1977 BOYS' State Outstanding Student of 1977
1977 Know Your State Winner
National Merit Finalist
Family Leader of Tomorrow
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Lori Nelson received a certificate
in recognition of typing an aver-
age of 70 words per minute in a
5 minute timing with only 4 erro:
Mrs . Porter
Mr . Fez-agen
Mrs . Feragen
Mr . Feragen
Mr . 'Porter
Wayne-"YUCK! Make-up! "
A PICN C
THE P RK
The 2 elementary
rooms celebrated the end
of the 1978 school year
by each room having
their own picnic in the
park. Bruises and bumps
from the merry-go-round
and too much to eat
were the highlights!
"WILD ABO T HARR Y"
3 ACT COMEDY
Squeaky Rigley .... . .... Sheldon Schmiess
Plato Blair . ..... ...... . . .Tom Klein
Harry Hart . . . . .... Marwood Klein
Sarah Hart . . .... . .jan Schmiess
Mickie Hart . , . ..... Mary J. Mann
Su Roberts . . . ..,... janet Scott
Miss Fay ..... ..... I. inda Wiens
ABOVE PHOTO: "Excellent elec-
tricity, Sandy? Or was the momen-
tary black-out planned?" RIGHT
PHOTO: "Oh-O! Kissing Permelia
is going to make Su angry, Harry! "
MAY 13TI-I, 1977
Yoyo Bruno .........
Sandy Baxter . .
Mr. Squaffers . . ,
Mrs. Gleason ....
Sadie Harris . . . .
. . . . . .Kent Klein
. , . . . .Marcy Moore
. . . . .Debbie Nelson
.. . . .Alan Albrecht
. . , . .Cleo Lundquist
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ABOVE PHOTO: Dave and Thorval.
PHOTO: "Pomp and Circu.mstance," played
by Linda Wiens, escorted the seniors on and
off the stage. PHOTO BELOW: janet, Shel-
don, and Ian.
'Do You Know
Saturday, April 231-d
6:30 P. M.
Art Clare Motel
Devils Lake, N.D.
LEFT PHOTO: jan, Lee, Thorval,
and janet singing "The New
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Mixed Chorus y
Tom and Linda singing "Turn
Around. " Tom also sang the
banquet's theme song, "Do You
Know Where You're Going To ?"
23rd. " RIGHT PHOTO: Rev.
Charles Plaster from Faith Lutheran
Church was the guest speaker.
PHOTO BELOW: Debbie and Dave.
Lee- "The Bottomless Pit"
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TIME I A BOTTLE
junior-S enior Banquet
Saturday, April 29th, 1978
6:30 P. M.
Embers Steak House
Clayton Hamann and Marcy Moore Tracy Eitzen and Alan Albrecht
POEM TO THE SENIORS
Another year goes passing by
Another banquet is here
Mrs. Diane Huso was the guest To some this brings a joyous smile
speaker at Alsen's 1978 Junior- To others, brings a tear
Senior Banquet. She taught in Al-
For four years you have tread a path
sen for three years.
From dawn to setting sun
But now the path gets steeper
And the climb is just begun.
-T he Juniors
Banquet guests anxiously await the meal which
consisted of: roast beef, chicken, corn, peas,
baked potatoes, salad, and beverages.
Kelly Peters and Deanne Swin
Jim Albrecht and linda Wiens
ABOVE PHOTO: Stan lverson reading
the 1978 Class Prophecy. FAR LEFT
PHOTO: Karen Aafedt and Tom
Klein. LEFT PHOTO: Tom and
Linda sang "Photographs and
Memories. " Tom also sang the
theme song, "Time in aBottle. "
Tuesday, May 23rd
8:00 P M
Royal Blue and Light Blue
C lass Flowe r
Whit e C a.rn ati on
The New 23rd Mixed Ensemble
"Try to Remember" Tom IQei.n
Halls of Ivy"
BEGINNING A NEW CHAPTER
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The Merchants Association Of Devils Lake
Thanks You For Your Patronage And
Asks That You Continue To Make Devils Lake
Your Shopping Center In The Lake Region
Kellys Women's Apparel
Ramsey Drug, Inc.
Mann's Deparunent Store
Sears Roebuck S Co.
Ramsey National Bank
Bil1's OK Hardware
D .L. Rexall Drug
Credit Bureau of D .L. , Inc.
First Federal Savings 8 Loan
D .L. Equipment
Bell Drug Store
Barkers Smart Apparel
Wayne's Standard Service
Home of Economy, Inc.
Haverlock's Furniture City
Lloyd's Auto Shine
G1ickson's Mens Store
First National Bank
Bible, Book, S Gift Shop
Leevers Super Value
Devils Lake World
Our Own Hardware
Paint 8 Glass Supply
The Branding Iron
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PkAusherman Cylinder Bars
SALES SERVICE PARTS RENTALS
PlfRobertson Lumber Co. 951 ST FEDERAL
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Implement, Langdon, N.D.-Hampden CAFE, Hampden, N.D.-
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N.D .-MSI TASTEE-FREEZ, Langdon, N.D .
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Christie Motor Sales, Inc.,
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