Anoka High School - Anokan Yearbook (Anoka, MN)

 - Class of 1955

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W 55 1 f xlf K As the editors of the 1955 Anokan, we have sincerely attempted to capture the memories of the many varied activities which comprise an average school into a permanent record. This would not have been possible without the utmost and sympathetic cooperation of the .H X David Bank Studios, Greene En- graving Company, North Central Publishing Company, our business managers, Ronnie and Mary, our adviser, Mr. Johnson, the Anokan staff, and the students and ad- ministration who in so many ways helped make this publication a suc- cess by giving us the opportunity to present to you the 1955 Anokan. 4 Q A' 1' .5 ,JM . - 'scifi t bovis , 3 E '99, 3 wiifiigtgs SNS N A 3 Q WM!-Tm 'tgqasssaw - r wi Viv,-rggme r .W '51 4, ZW. if V . .I g f 3- 311- .As 1 . Q -. J' 7 Sr Uv s 5:42 Sq W .K 3 Q . E 1 Z , is fi ,s-, -t W .5 51 JMJJNJ Q' Www ' C ww!-40797 M WW ll . J, X 5:7 -'-5.5 ll ' UN-JJLJ L. 1 n1J.fvv'U-V M5355 WWI? ,W .IL M . Wa uw wJ fx' M . I X . 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Since l9-43 when Morris Bye became our superinTendenT, he has noT only supervised The building of The new high school buf also The consTrucTion oT several elemenTary schools, among which are The Lincoln School, The Wash- ingTon School, and an addiTion To The Franklin School. In addiTion To coordinaTing The decisions of The Board of EducaTion wiTh The policies of The individual schools ThroughouT The disTricT, Mr. Bye has had an imporTanT parT in deTermining The educaTional policy of This sTaTe. As The TirsT graduaTing class oT The new Anoka Senior High School, we pay TribuTe To This eTTicienT adminis- TraTor and able leader. Behind The scenes in The adminisTraTion of DisTricT Nc. 220 are The six members oT The Board of EducaTion, These public minded ciTizens devoTe much of Their Time To The managemenT and improvemenT of school facili- Ties ThroughouT The school disTricT. The mosT ouTsTanding and mosT recenT of Their accomplishmenTs is The success- Tul compleTion oT The new Anoka Senior High School. The Board oT EducaTion, which is comprised of local ciTizens who are prominenT noT only in The Tield of edu- caTional managemenT buT who are leaders in oTher com- muniTy aFFairs, consisTs of Fred H. Moore, PresidenT, H. G. Haugland, Vice PresidenT, Raymond K. Nelson, Secre- Tary, L. O. Jacob, Treasurer, and John Higgins and Fred J. GhosTley, DirecTors. The man responsible for the day-by-day functioning of the senior high school is our principal, Gerald E. Huston. Although he has many important decisions to make and matters to attend to, he is never too busy to listen to the problems brought to him by members of the student body. Mr. Hus- ton strongly supports the theory of student government and sets his belief into practice through his close co-operation with the Stu- dent Council. Although most of his time is occupied with school activities, he does find time to be an ardent golfer lwith low scoresi, and fisherman. The students of Anoka High School feel fortunate in having him as their principal and friend. We of the graduating class know from experience that we are leaving the school in good hands. Hats off to you, Mr. Huston, for another successful year. Vv'ith the moving of the three senior high school classes into the new Senior High School building, Mark Klonowski, who is in his second year as Junior High School Principal, assumed the sole responsibility for the supervision of the entire junior high. His pleasing smile and cordial manner ease out the rough spots in many difficult situations. His popularity with the iunior high school students is evidenced by the rousing applause he receives when he puts in his appearance at the assembly programs. lvlr. Klonowski's favorite pastimes are golf, square dancing, and volley ball. Members of the Square Dance Club will remember that he finds time to be their very versatile square-dance caller. Earl E, Olson, who is in his second year as business administrator, has taken over many of the financial details of the school administration. His many duties include the Eupervision of the school lunch program and auditing the i s. Although few students have the opportunity to come into direct contact with Mr. Olson, when they do, they are met with a cordial smile and the willingness to lend a helping hand wherever it is needed. Page eleven FACULTY James W. Alley-Physical Education, History, Sci- ence, Hockey, Ass't, Football Coach . . . B.S., M. Ed., Univ. ot Minn., St. Olaf. John C. Amstutz-Mathematics . . . B.S., Univ. of Minn., St. Paul Bible institute. Erma L. Anderson-Shorthand, Ottlce Practice . . . B.A., Oustavus Adolphus, Univ. of Minn., Minne- sota School ot Business. Frayne D. Anderson-English . . . P.Ph., Univ. ol No. Dak., No. Dak. Ag. College, Univ. ot Missouri. J. Paul Bell-Social Science, American History . . . B.S., Moorhead State Teachers College. Evelyn Berg-Librarian . . . B.S., Bemidii State Teachers College, Univ. ot No. Dak., Univ. ot Minn. Sam A. Blondell - Art . . . B.S., Winona State Teach- ers College. l.yle Bradley-Biology, Consumers Science . . . B.S., Iowa State College, Univ. ot Dubuque, No. St. Teachers College, Univ. ot Iowa, Tulane Univ., Univ. ot Minn. Joseph Brazil - Business Relations . . . B.S., St. Cloud Teachers College, Univ. of Minn. Gertrude K. Bowers-General Science Ill . . . B.A., St. Olat, Univ. ot Minn. Orville A. Buehler- Industrial Arts . . . A.B., Peru, Neb. State Teachers College, M.A., Univ. ot Minn., Univ. of Neb. John L. Campbell-Modern History, American His- tory, Basketball Coach . . . B.A., Hamline, Univ. of Minn. Frances A. Cochran- Bookkeeping, Typing . . . B.S., Univ. ot Minn. B. M. Dahlman -Art . . . B.S., H.Ed., Univ. ot Minn., St. Paul School ot Art. Kenneth L. Davenport- Instrumental Music . . .B.A., Hamline, M.M., Minneapolis College ot Music, Macalester, Univ. ot Minn., MacPhail School ot Music. James W. Alley John C. Amstutz Erma L. Anderson Frayne D. Anderson J, Paul Bell Evelyn Berg Sam A. Blondell Lyle Bradley Joseph Brazil Gertrude K Bow Orville A. Buehler John L. Campbell Frances A. Cochran B. M. Dahlman Kenneth L. Davenl anal Ruth M. Finneman Helen Fleischmann Darwin Follrafh Gail Foster Carol Freeburg Marvin Gilberfson Rufh Goodner Dorace S. Goodwin Bertha M. Gow William H Grefe Ruih l. Hullenberg Henry Hammer Harold H. Hoag Hazel M. Hoglund C. W. Holfzman .l Ruth M. Finnemcin - Home Economics . . . BA., ST. Bertha M. Gow - English . . . Grad., ST. Cloud Olaf. Helen Fleischmann - English, Laiin . Olaf, Univ. oi Minn. Darwin Follrath-Ari . . . B.S., Univ. of Minn., Min- neapolis School of Ari. Gail Foster-Mathematics . . . Grad., Sf. Cloud Teachers College, Univ. of Minn. Carol Freeburg-Geography . . . B.A., Hamline. Marvin Gilbertson-Geography, Aihlefic Equipment Manager . . . B.S., River Falls Staie College, Univ. of Minn. Ruth Goodner-Librarian . . . BS., Univ. of Minn., ST. Cloud Teachers College. Dorace S. Goodwin-General Science . . . B.S., Univ. of Minn., Duluih Branch. . . B.A., ST. Teachers College, Univ. of Minn. William H. Grefeelndusirial Aris . . . B.S., ST. Cloud Teachers College, Mankaio Slate Teachers College, Univ. oi Minn. Ruth I. Hallenberg-Vocal Music, Choir . . . B.S., Moorhead Siaie Teachers College, Minneapolis College of Music, MacPhail School of Music, Chris- Tiansen Choral School. Henry Hammer-Agriculture . . . B.E., ST. Cloud Teachers College, B.S., Univ. of Minn., Ohio State Univ., Univ. of Minn. Grad. School. Harold H. Hoag-Maihemaiics . . , B.S., Wisconsin Sfafe College, U.M.D., Oka. A.8.M. Hazel M. Hoglund - Speech, Rudimenis of Music . . . B.S., Univ. of Minn., MacPhail School of Music. C. W. Holtzman, Jr. -Mathemaiics ll . . . B.S., Univ. of Minn., Univ. of Minn. Grad. School. Page ihirieen Mary C. Hunt-English, Latin, Spanish . . . B.A., Rosary College, River Forest, Ill., St. Cloud Teach- ers College, Univ. of Minn. Victor Jacobson-English, Debate . . . B.A., Mac- alester College, Univ. ot Minn. Carroll N. Johnson-Social Science, Anokan . . . B.S., M.A., Univ. of Minn. John S. Johnson-Geography . . . B.S., Bemidii State Teachers College, Univ. of Minn. Morris E. Johnson-Band . . . B.M., Minneapolis College of Music, M.M., Univ. ot Minn., Vander Cook, Chicago. Bernard R. Julkowski-Drivers Training, Consumers Science . . . B.S., Univ. of Minn. Ellen Donnelly Jurek- Dean of Girls . . . B.A., Col- lege ot St. Catherine, Univ. of Minn. Joan Knutson-History . . . B.A., St. Olaf. Garth Lappin-Boys Counselor, Wrestling, Ass't. Football . . . B.S., M.Ed., Univ. of Minn., North- eastern Univ., Boston. Marian Leman-Senior Mathematics, Solid Geome- try, Trigonometry . . . B.S., Lawrence College, Ap- pleton, Wisconsin. Marion A. Lemberg-Typing . . . B.A., Gustavus Adolphus, Univ. of Minn., Univ. of Wisc., White- water State Teachers College, Whitewater, Wisc. Donna Lillarcl-English, Anokahi . . . B.A., State Univ. ot Iowa, Winona State Teachers College, Univ. of Minn. Shirley Linden-Mathematics . . . B.S., Univ. of Minn. Mary Ann Lyons- English, History, Geography . . . B.A., M.A,, Univ. of So. Dali. George L. Maidl- industrial Arts, Mathematics . . . B.A., Stout Institute, Menomonie, Wisconsin, Univ. of No. Dak., Grad. work. Mary C. Hunt Victor Jacobson Carroll N. Johnson John S. Johnson Morris E Johns Bernard R. Julkowski Ellen Donnelly Jurek Joan Knutson Garth Lappin Marian Lemal Marion A. Lemberg Donna Lillarcl Shirley Linden Mary Ann Lyons George L Mal nald R. McKibben Lois Melby Donald L. Melro Ph . M se urrey ortenson Thomas Robert Mullaney ltanford Nelson Clara Paulson Viola Pavlisin Patricia Petraborg Merrywayne Ridge Lillian Rollins Andrew L. Rubis L. C. Severson Mariorie Small Russell E. Stende Donald R. McKibben - Industrial Arts . . . B.S., Stout Institute, Menomonie, Wisconsin, St. Cloud Teach- ers College, lovva State College, Univ. of Mo. Lois Melby- English . . . B.S., Univ. of Minn., Univ. of Wisc. Donald L. Melrose-English . . . B.S., Eau Claire State Teachers College, Coe College, Univ. of Minn. Phurney Mortenson-Algebra, Mathematics . . . B.S., Univ, ot Minn., St. Cloud Teachers College. Thomas Robert Mullaney-Geography, Ass't. Foot- ball, Basketball Coach . . . B.S., Univ. of Minn. Stanford Nelson-Physical Education, Head Foot- ball Coach, Baseball Coach . . . M.Ed., Univ. of Minn., Augsburg College. Clara Paulson - School Nurse. Viola Pavlisin-Home Economics, English . . . B.S. Southern lllinois University. 1 Patricia Petraborg-History . . . B.A., Hamline. Merrywayne Ridge - Physical Education, G.A.A. . . A.A., B.S., Univ. of Minn., Cottey College. Lillian Rollins-English . . . B.A., Concordia, Univ ot Minn, Summer School. Andrew L. Rubis - History, Ass't. Football Coach . . . BA., Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, lowa, Univ. ot Minn. L. C. Severson-Basic Business . . . BA., B.S., Univ. ot Minn. Marjorie Small-Home Economics . . . B.S., North Dakota State, George Washington University, Univ. of Minn. Russell E. Stende-Science . . . B.S., North Dakota State. Page fifteen Earl W. Stimmler - Audio-Visual Director . . . B.E., St. Cloud Teachers, Grad. School, Univ. ot Minn. Helen Story-English . . , B.A., St. Olaf, Univ. ot Minn. Nancy Swanson-Home Economics . . . B.S., Univ. of Minn. James Swenson- Physics, Chemistry, Consumer Sci- ence . . . B.S., Winona State Teachers College, Univ. of Minn. Gerald Thompson - Dean ot Boys . . . A.B., St. Olaf, M.Ed., Univ. of Colo. Gladys D. Untiedt- Business Education, English . . . B.S., Mankato State Teachers College. Jerome Wagner - Biology, Ass't. Wrestling, Football Coach . . . B.A., Macalester. Leslie F. Wagner-Industrial Arts . . . B.S., Moor- head State Teachers College, Univ. ot Minn. Earl W. Stimmler Helen Story Gladys D. Untiedt Jerome Wagner Gladys Williams Nancy Swanson Leslie F. Wagner Oscar O. Wilcox W. R. Wanamaker - American History, Track Coach, Ass't. Basketball Coach . . . B.A., Hamline. Virginia Ward-Physical Education . . . B.S., Col- lege of St. Catherine. Gladys Williams-General Science . . . B.A., Morn- ingside College, Sioux City, Iowa, Univ. of Minn. Oscar O. Wilcox - Plane Geometry, Higher Algebra . . . B.S., Univ. of No. Dak., B.S., No. Dak., Ag- riculture College. Charles A. Zwiener- Physical Education, Golf Coach, Ass't. Football, Basketball Coach . . . B.S., Univ. ot Minn. Not pictured: Katherine Castle -Junior High Girls' Counselor. Violet Towley - English . . . B.A., Gustavus Adolphus, Univ. of Minn., Winona State Teachers College, Two-year Advanced, Summer, Univ. of Minn. I James Swenson Gerald Thcmpsi W. R. Wanamaker Virginia War: Charles A. Zwiener SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE GIRLS COOKS JANITORS Bonnie Swing, Donno Holmes, Violo Brock, Moble Erickson, Cloro AI HinTgen,BoloJol1nson, New- Jeonne Brolws, Marjorie Collins Bune, Helen Erickson, Lydici Erickson ton Anderson,Arnold Bickford, Horold Spence, Tommy Beck, 1 ,, Roger Dickenson -0.6411 2 , F I A 1 Maj! Z ,Wow 7!6,wLW fda whiff C7 fam ,ELA J ,, I f 4'1fvxf'14 'Q' VV7 ' F 'I r QOL 'C C' ffo 617040 174 fy.,-ovvgf lgxfxlvk fm zA,,,7 jjg ji ,uv yd .,,. af-fb! fvujcff 721W , f?Z'd'7' fav-C Cfevn ' ' A'9'Wl.2, Qggeg 060-4444, X pmrgg ,Iffiiib 'E f ix uzfvl JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE GIRL COOKS JANITORS Marilyn Bush Elsie Opem, Helen Emmons, Ed Grcifon, Ole Somuelson, Elmo Lehn Bernie Risfow, Al Bouley, Clyde Erickson, GeorgeCord CLASSES it , - z f .- my f Q gg? ' 5' 5 y ' VZi.w- ..,fV'f1JW5Xf- - k ,iff FV'-5?.f5fFf'1' s ' f 1 1 W A-Wf f A 2 Q Q X if 2,31 gif X 1 L -I Q , N ww W r W a? M f - . M M 5 13 . .MZ y lk SENIORS CURTIS ADKINS, Pete Easy to get along with GARY ALLEN A happy-go-lucky fellow Thespian Society 3, 4, Under the Gaslight 3, Room for One More 3, State Fair 4 CARL ANDERSON, Sonnie Never without a remark Intramural I, 2, 3, FFA 4 11 JOAN ANDERSON, Jo What a shame there will be talking in Heaven GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Rooter's Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, GAA Secre- tary 4, Anokahi 3, Anokan 4 MARITA ARING The best part of beauty is that which no picture can express Band 4, Honor Student 4 PAT BAHR l might be quiet in school, but you should see me at home Thespian Society 3, 4, Thespian So- ciety Treasurer 4, Room for One More 3, Under the Gaslight 3, One-act play 3, 4 Page twenty bw ? 1 5? iss H, ,N-,W , ROG BANTA, Red My moito is, 'Don't study until you are called on to recite' Student Council 2, South High, Dance Council 3, South High, Teen Council 3, South High, Intramural Sports 4, Sno King Candidate 4 SALLY DEANNA BARKER The only way to make a friend is to be one GAA 2, Root'er's Club 2, One-act Play Contest 3 VERNON BARKULOO, Vern Happy-go-lucky DONALENE BARRETT, Donle A song, and a smile make lite worth while GAA I, 2, 3, -4, Teen Town Council 2, Teen Town Council Co-Chairman 2, Rooter's Club I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club I , 2, 3, Junior Cheerleader I, District Music Contest 3, Anokahi 3, Anokan 4 JOEL W. BAUMGARTNER, Professor What would I do without my scien- tific brain? Academy of Science I, 2, 3, 4, Sci- ence Club I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4 WENDELL BECKMAN, Wendy Ability, friendliness, a lot of pep, for being clever he's gat the rep. Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Octet 4, Mixed Octet 4, Mixed Ensemble 3, Soloist 3, 4, Anokahi 3, 4, Anokan 4, Teen Town Council 2, 3, Thespian Society 3, 4, Thes- pian Society Treasurer 4, Room for One More 3, Under the Gas- BYRON BEIHOFER The lite of his class, but the death of his teachers Football 2, 3 BETTY JANE BERG, Bets She is gentle, she is shy, but there is mischief in her eye Christian Fellowship l, 2, 3, Cam- bridge Band I, Cambridge GAA 2, Cambridge Glee Club 2, 3, Cam- bridge Spanish Club 2, 3, Cam- bridge Chorus 3, Spanish Club 3, Anokan Gregory Bergeron, Birdie His way is pleasant, his smile is gold. His friendship's lasting, so l've been told. Football I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, A Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, National Athletic Scholar- ship 2, 3, 4, National Honor Soci- ety 3, 4, Anokan Co-Editor 4, Hon- or Student 4 JIM BERNSTEIN God loves them all, so do l Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 2, 3, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Vice-President 3, Square Dance Club 2, 3, Student Council Treasurer 4 JOHN DAVID BILLSTROM He is popular with everyone, hand- some, ambitious, and full of fun Junior High Student Council l, Chor- us I, 2, 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club I, 2, 3,, Band Soloist 4 BEVERLY BLASKA, Bev Her heart is a true one GAA I ROBERTA BLASSINGHAM, Bobby A girl with a snappy comeback Debate 4, Intramural Sports 4 JACK BLESI, Bliss Possibly they could run the school without me A Club 2, 3, 4, A Club Secretary 4, Golf l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, National Athletic Scholar- ship Society 3, Basketball 2, Thes- pian Society I, 2, 3, 41 Tom Sow- yer l, Cheaper by the Dozen 2: Under the Gaslight 3, Room for One More 3, State Fair 4, When the Little Angel Sang 4 MICHAEL J. BLOMGREN, Mike Taunting Smile Wrestling 3, FFA 3, 4, Truck 4 BOB BOARD A man among men, and a true athlete Thespian l, 2, 3, 4: AUOICUY1 4: Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4, AAU Champion 3, A Club I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling Cap- tain 4, Athletic Honor Society 4, State Wrestling Champion 4 RAY BODICK His devious way is lined like the Mississippi River -- with blulTs Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4 ARDITH BONDE A sweet and quiet lass. A pleasant addition to the class. Home Ec Club I, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Honor Student 4 Pag-e twenty-one BETH BONDE Silence is the key to contentment Home Ec Club I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 4 BILLYE BOWEN Good natured and good hearted JOANNE GAIL BRATSCH, Jo Bursting with persistence GAA I, Ramsey, Quill Club 2, 3, Washburn, GAA 2, 3, Washburn, German Club 2, 3, Washburn, Silver Trio 2, Washburn, Blue Trio 3, Washburn, Junior Achievement 3, Washburn, U. C. Club 3, Washburn DONALD S. BREYEN, Don He's a man who doesn't tell all he knows FFA 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 3 COEN BRON, Coonie Front of knowledge Soccer Club 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, Table Tennis 2, 3, 4, School Paper 3, Square Dance Club 4, Band 4, ln- tramural Sports 4, Honor Student 4 ARLENE MARILYN BROWN, Lyn Here is a Miss with a cheerful smile, to meet her would be worth your while Rooter's Club I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, Library Club 2, 3, Christian Fellow- ship I, 2, 3, 4 Page twenty-two CAROL BUCHOLDT, Bucky At school silence rules Home Ec Club I, 3, 4, Christian Fel- lowship 3, 4, Christian Fellowship President 4, GAA 2, 4, Future Home Makers of America 3, Patrick Henry JANET BURKE, Burkie A sweetness all her own Band 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Anokan 4, Home Ec Club 3, Honor Stu- dent 4 DALLAS BU RNS Some people prefer to be blonde and small. I prefer to be dark and toll Band I, Lincoln Jr. High, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club I, Lincoln 2, North, Science Club 3, Student Council 3, Honor Student 4 ROSALIE BURTON She's small, but oh my Rooter's Club 2, 3, Home Ec Club 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2 JOAN CARSON, .loanie Quiet and sincerity is her familiar- ity Junior Band I, Evansville High School Paper I SHIRLEY MAE CARLSON, Shirl A peppy girl with big brown eyes, and personality twice her size Square Dance Club I, 2, 3, Intro- mural Basketball 4 VIRGINIA CHASE, Gina A maiden petite and very sweet Square Dance Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Spanish Club Treasurer 3, Science Club 3, 4, Science Club Secretary 4, Junior Academy of Sci- ence 3, 4, Junior Academy of Science Secretary 4, Debate 3, 4, Anokahi 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, GAA Treasurer 4, Rooter's Club 3, Christian Fellowship 3, 4, Intramural Sports 4, Junior Red Cross 3, 4, NFL 3, 4, DAR win- ner 4, Honor Student 4 PHYLLIS CHRISTENSEN, Phyl She is everyone's friend Glee Club I, 2, Chorus 3, 4, SAS I, 2, Big Lake DONNA CHRISTENSON She's got a twinkle in her eye GAA 2, 3, 4, Rooter's Club 2, 3, 4, Home Ec Club 2 BILL CLARKE, Wee Willie Happy am l, from care l'm free, why aren't they all contented like me? FFA 2, 3, 4 VYONNE VOLE, Von Smiling face and twinkling eye, you simply cannot pass her by Home Ec Club 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4, Anokan 4 MARLYS M CONGER If giggles were unlawful, I'd spend the rest of my lite in iail GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Rooter's Club l, 2, 3, 4, Teen Town Council l, 2, 3, GAA Council 3, 4, GAA Vice Presi- dent 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Anokahi 3, 4, Anokan 4, Hi C Club 4, Sci- ence Club 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, ln- tramural Basketball 4, Under the Gaslight 3, Basketball Attendant 4, Honor Student 4 JIM COUNTRYMAN, Jack A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men Band l, 2, 3, 4, Band Council 2, 4, Band Soloist 3, 4 HELEN COX A brownette who really belongs in the set Home Ec Club l, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec Treasurer 2, Home Ec Club Secretary 3, Square Dance Club 3 CHARLES DUANE CRANDALL, Chuckles My mind is set on greater things than women's smiles and engage- ment rings Intramural Bowling Championship Team 3, 4, Debate 4, Anokan 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Teen Town Council 2, 3, Chorus I, Golf 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Band Drum Major 4, Band Soloist 4, State Music Contest 3, 4, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club l, 2, 3, 4, State Bowling Team 4, Student Coun- cil 3, 4, Junior Class Treasurer 3, Honor Student 4 MARILYN M. CROWE, 90 Proof She has no time for boys or fame, a mere diploma is her aim Home EC Club 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, Anokahi 3, Scholastic Art Award Winner, Honor Student 4 MARLENE DAHLEN, Marl A girl so fair with never a care Home Ec Club l, 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, Square Dance Club 3, Rooter's Club 3 BOB DAVIS Calm and cool-at least in school Page twenty-three CATHERINE DAVIS, Cathy It's tranquil people that accomplish much Home Ec Club 2, 4 LAVINA DEHN, lee Our singing, dancing girl Science Club 3, 4, Academy of Sci- ence 3, Thespian Society 3, 4, One Act Play Contest 3, Red Cross 3, 4, Library Club 4, Home Ec Club I, 4, Speech Contest 4 DENNIS MICHAEL DE MARS, Denny Reckless rascal Square Dance Club l, 2, 3, 4, FFA 2, 3, 4, FFA Treasurer 2, FFA Vice President 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, A Club 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Hockey Co-Captain 4 MARGEL DRISCOLL, Marge No one but herself could be her parallel Square Dance Club I, 2, Home EC Club 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, Anokahi 3, 4, Anokan 4, District One Act Play Contest 3, State Fair 4, Thespian Society 3, 4, A Child ls Born 4, Honor Student 4 Junm-I A. DUNN, Judy True in her friendship, always so IwPPv Home Ec Club I, 2, 3, 4, GAA 2 JUNE EATON, Honey Did you notice? Third finger, left hand? Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Christian Fellowship I, 2, Honor Student 4 Page twenty-four CONNIE ELLIS Always cheery and pleasant to meet, her smile just can't be beat ELAINE MARLYS EMMANS, Emme A quiet tongue shows a wise head GAA l, 2, 3, Home Ec Club I, 2, 3, 4 BOB EMMANS, Emmy He's small, but so is a stick of dynamite Film Operator 2, 3, FFA 2 BOB ERICKSON I spoke to a woman once, my mother Erie Basketball 3, 4, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, FFA 2, 3, 4, A Club 4 LOIS RUTH ERNST A blush is beautiful, but often in- convenient GAA 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Anoka- hi 4, Honor Student 4 DONALD FISHER, Don There is an advantage in being small, the bigger you are the harder you fall Intramural Sports 4 ERNEST FISHER, Ernie Give me the simple life JERRY FRAZEE, Jer Made to 'male' order Football l, 2, 3, Sno King 4, Intra- mural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, All School President 4, Class President I, Stu- dent Council l, 2, 3, 4, FFA 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club l, 2, 3 BERNARD FROBERG, Bernie A good fellow among fellows Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2 MERLE GAMM, Squirrel Work is my recreation, l'lI make a million before I take a vacation Band l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Band Soloist i, 2, 3, 4, Champion Bowling Team 4 MARIE GEMMILL, Toni If silence were golden, I'd be a millionaire RONALD GETCHELL, Ron A ready smile Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Octet 4, Band Council 4 GAYLE M. GILLETTE, Gay Her heart is as much from study as Heaven is from earth GAA 2, 3, Home Ec Club 2, Rooter's Club 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4 KATHLEEN GOODSPEED, Kathy The world may move or stand still, l don't care a bit GAA i, 2, 3, Rooter's Club l, 2, 3, Home Ec Club 3, The Emperor's New Clothes I, Under the Gas- light 3 SHARON GOSS, Gus Likeable and straightforward GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Rooter's Club l, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec Club l, 2, Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 4 FREDDIE GUNDLACH, Ferdy Strong, silent type Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Golf l, 2, 3, 4, Stamp Club 3, ln- tramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4 BERND HACK Quick with a camera In Friedrick Ebert School Photog- raphy Club 3, Soccer Team 2, Ten- nis Club l, 2, 3, 4, Stamp Club l, 2, 3, 4, America Club, Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Honor Student 4 MlCHAEL HAGEN, John He acts shy, but don't let that fool you Band I, 2, 3, 4, Band Soloist 3, 4, Chorus 4, Square Dance Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Boy's Octet 4, Band Council 4 Page twenty-five JIM HANEY TalI and talkative Intramural Sports I, 2, 3 GENE HANLEY, Ubangi A humor that's killing, a spirit that's willing CLIFFORD HARVEY, Cliff The silent men are after all the best men'f St. Paul Central Rifle Club I, Intra- mural Sports I, 2, Ski Club 2 JOYCE MARLENE HAUCK, .Io The senior girl with the natural curI GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Rooter's Club 2, 3, 4, Thespian 3, 4, Home Ec Club I, Girls' State 3, Football Queen At- tendant 2, Square Dance Club 2, 3, Anokahi 3, 4, Anokan 4, Sno Queen Attendant 4, Teen Town Council I, 2 RUTH HAYEK, Zeke Her sunny disposition, her humor- ous inclination, her studious reputa- tion, have won much admiration Thespian Society I, 2, 3, 4, Nation- al Honor Society 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Library Club 2, 3, Home Ec Club 2, 3, Secretary ot Thespians 4, Anokahi 3, 4, Anokahi Co-editor 4, Speech Contest I, 4, Anokan 4, When the Little Angel Song 4, State Fair 4, The Plum Tree 4, When Bunny Came to Town 3, Honor Student 4 MARILYN SANDRA HEDFORD One of the earth's laughing crea- tures with the earth's sunshine on her features Hi C Club 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Anokahi 4, Square Dance Club I, 2, 3, Rooter's Club 3, GAA I, 2 Page twenty-six RICHARD HELFENSTEIN, Half He takes the world as it goes Intramural Volleyball 4 MARY HENNING She has a way with everyone Spanish Club 3, 4, Spanish Club Vice President 4, Science Club 3, 4, Junior Academy of Science 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, 4, Debate 2, 3, Anokahi 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 4, In- tramural Sports 4, Library Club 3,4, Co-business Manager of Anokan 4, Christian Fellowship 4, Honor Stu- dent 4 GERALD ALAN HERBERG, Herbie Woman came after man, but man has been after woman ever since Band I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling I, 2, 3, Football 2, Class Vice President 2, Junior High Student Council I, Band Council 3, A Club I, 2, 3, 4, A Club Vice President 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Athletic Schol- arship Society 2, 3, 4, Band Soloist 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, 4, Trumpet Trio 3, 4, State Bowling Championship Team 3, Honor Student 4 BEVERLY HILLER, Bev Could she be nicer? Christian Fellowship I, 2, Home Ec Club 4, Chorus I MYRTLE HOFFARTH, Myrt Sweet and serious Home Ec Club I, Rooter's Club 3, Spanish Club 3, 4 KENNETH HOKANSON, Ken Quiet and shy, but not wry Speech Contest 4 GAYLE W. HOMLBERG She's pretty to walk with and witty to talk with WILLIAM HORBAL, Bill He's got the physique and a car that is chic Football 2, 3, 4, All Conference Honorable Mention 4, Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4, Runner-up in State 3, Na- tional Athletic Scholarship Society 2, 3, 4, A Club 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Football Co-captain 4, Square Dance Club 3, 4, Senior Class President 4, Student Council 4 DENNY HOVIND, Jacko Enioy life ere 'tis fled-for when you die, you are a long time dead Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball I, 2 GERALD LE ROY HUGHES, Butter Balls An all around good man, and itls a long way around, too Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Foof. bent in ,,f2,ciCf.Sw Q elbblm X V! A MARGARET L. HUNT, Mag A lady in every sense of the word Library Club 2, Home Ec Club 3, Anokahi 3, 4 BARBARA JACOBSON, Barb She's worth remembering Intramural Sports 4 VIRGIN IA JACOBSON, Ginny Woman is entitled to life, liberty, and the pursuit of men Speech Contest I, 2, 3, 4, Debate i, 2, 3, 4, National Forensic League 3, 4, NFL President 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Teen Town Council 2, Teen Town Council Co-Chairman 2, Root- er's Club 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, 4, State Debate Tournament 3, Thespian Society I, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Clarinet Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Soloist 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Ano- kahi 3, 4, Room for One More 3, One Act Play Contest 2, Science Club 3, Anokon Co-editor 4, Stu- dent Council 4, Student Council Sec- retary 4, Scholastic Art Award I, National Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Student 4 JAMES JENNISON, Jim When l grow older, then l'll be bolder Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 RUBY JENNISON A worker doing her level best CAROL L. JOHNSON, Lee Lee She has pleasant ways DALE JOHNSON, Johns He who blushes is not bold Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, State Fair 4, Science Club 4, Junior Academy of Science 4, Chorus 4, Honor Student 4 DEAN JOHNSON, Bones Speed is all right, but the tortoise beat the hare Page twenty-seven KORYNE KAN ESKI GIamor has she and style too - she does what she sets out to do Student Council I, 2, 3, Anokahi 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, GAA Council 3, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer of Band 4, Saxophone Quartet 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4, Thespian Society 3, 4, Intramural Sports 4 JOANNE KARI, Jo Her wit is more than man's GAA 2, 3, 4, Rooter's Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3 PHILIP KEILLOR, Phil He studies, but he's normoI Intramural Sports 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Science Club 4 MARILYN KEILLOR A blonde with a smile is a blonde worth while Library Club I, 2, 3, Home Ec Club 3, Anokahi 4, Anokan 4 COLLEEN KERNS, Col RoIlicking, snappy, always gay, o carefree girl with a carefree way Junior Cheerleader I, Rooter's Club I, 2, 3, 4, Teen Town Council I, 2, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, GAA Council 3, Senior Cheerleader 3, 4, Thespian Society 3, 4, Thespian Treasurer 3, Anokahi 3, 4, Doyton's Teen Board 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 4, Ano- kan4 KEITH KIMBERLY, Rosebud A rosebud set with little willful thorns Band Soloist 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Sci- ence Club 3, 4, National Athletic Scholarship Society 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, 4 Page twenty-eight -, 5, , ,i ,ogg ,H wil ,W EARLE KLOSE Fun for all- all for fun Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, I-lockeyl ROBERT N. KOONS, Bob Yes, our Anoka days have their de- light, but they can't compare with Osceola nights! Hockey I, Stamp Club I, 2, 3, In- tramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4 IVY KOUSSOUNI, Evaki lt's from Greece that she hails and we will be sorry to see her again sail GAA 4, Rooter's Club 4, Greece, Commercial School, Volleyball, Hon- or Student SALLY L. KUKAR Quiet and sweet and exceedingly neatu Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Library Club 4, Anokahi 4, Ano- kan 4, Rooter's Club 3 MIKE KURILLA Time tells on a man - especially a good time Football I, Square Dance Club 2, Basketball I, Intramural Sports I, 2,3 AKIKO KUROIWA, Alto Dark eyes, dark hair, can you ask for more? Japan, Art Club I, English Speak- ing Society 2, 3, Anoka, GAA 4, Honor Student 4 STEWART W. LAIRD, Stew Quiet, but oh so nice Chorus 2, 3, 4, Under the Gas- light 3, Room for One More 3, State Fair 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club Presi- dent 3, 4, Junior Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Vice Presi- dent 2, JRC Treasurer 4, JRC Coun- cil 3, Anokahi 3, 4, Anokan 4, Class President I KENNY LANDBORG A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men Football I, 2, 3, A Club 3, 4, FFA 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Hockey Co- captain4 DARLENE KAY LANGSETH, Jess'e ln her manner lies her charm Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Chorus I, Christian Fellowship I, 2 DAVID JOHN LARSON, Lars Expert in so many ways, his lead- ership we'lI remember all our days Chorus I, 3, 4, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, State Championship Bowling Team 3, Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4, All School Vice President 4, President Junior High Student Coun- cil I, Student Council 3, 4, Vice President of Student Council 4, Jun- ior Red Cross 3, 4, JRC Treasurer 3, JRC Vice President 4, Anokahi 3, 4, Anokahi Sports Editor, Business Manager 4, Anokan 4, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Thespian Pres- ident 4, Under the Gaslight 3, Room for One More 3, State Fair 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Student 4 LORAN E. LARSON, Lars 'fl'lI get by Intramural Sports 2 Rocca LARsoN, nog Men of few words are the best men Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4 ARLENE LASKA, R Life is but a dream Spanish Club 2, 4 MARIE A. LA VIGNE, Maggie That she doesn't talk is no sign she has nothing to say Spanish Club 2, 3, Library Club 4 WILFRED LEGER, Willie Tall, clark, and handsome TIM LEHN To worry is folly Let's all grin and be jolly Track 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Stamp Club I, 2, 3, Foot- ball 2, 3 RICHARD LEWIS, Louie English isn't everything Stamp Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4, Junior Academy of Science 4, In- tramural Bowling 4, Honor Stu- dent 4 THOMAS LIBBY, Tom Why study? My time is valuable Science Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3 Page twenty-nine ERNA JEAN LINCOLN, Jeannie Always ready, always there, al- ways willing to do her share GAA I, 2, Home Ec Club I, Anokahi 4, Rooter's Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3 ROSEMARY LINDBERG, Rosie Beauty is only skin deep, but who wants it any deeper? Girls' Glee Club I, Chorus I, Basket- ball Queen Attendant 3, Home Ec Club I JANET LIVGARD, Jan She smiled and the shadows de- parted Spanish Club 2, 3, Spanish Club Treasurer 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Library Club Treasurer 4, Chorus I, Anokahi 3, 4, Anokan 4 JOHN O. C. LOOK Kind and considerate to all' Band I, 2, 3, 4, Band Soloist 2, 3, 4, Cornet Trio 4, Track 2, 4, Golf I, Christian Fellowship I, 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4, Junior Acad- emy of Science 2, 3, Science Club 2, 3, Debate I, 2, 3, 4, Regional Debate Tournament I, 2, 4, Intra- mural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Stu- dent 4 MURIAL MAC ALLISTER A genial disposition brings its own- er many friends JEAN MAC GLOVER A worker, always attenclin to her 9 own altairs and doing her level best Home Ec Club 4 Page thirty WILLIAM W. MAGERS, Mage Genius is the ability to evade work Intramural Sports I, 2, 4, Golf 2, Football 2, Basketball 2, A Club 2 DONALD MALM, Don Worry and I have never met FFA 2, 3, 4 LEROY MARTINSON, Marty There's more to life than school DAVID MASON, Mase The president's seat needs ingen- ious men like Roosevelt, Hoover, and me Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Octet 3, 4, Solo 3, 4, Track I, 2, 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4, Intramural Bas- ketball 4, A Club 4, Teen Town Council 2, 3 HENRIETTA MASON, Hank True as steel WILLIAM MATSON, Bill Get things done quietly, but get them done PAUL E. MAYO, Dynamite Our good-humor man Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Under the Gaslight 3, Basketball 2, Intra- mural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Oc- tet4 LEROY MC ADAM, Mac Steady labor is his achievement B Squad Basketball I, B Squad Manager 3, A Squad Manager 4, Intramural Sports I, 3, 4, Intra- mural Basketball 2 tSouth Highl CALLISTA MC CAULEY, Kay She puts a nightingale to shame Under the Gaslight 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus Soloist, Girls' Sextet, Girls' Octet, Girls' Trio, Mixed Oc- tet, Mixed Quartet, Mixed Quintet, Mixed Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, National Forensic League 3, 4, NFL Vice President 4, Debate I, 2, 3, 4, Anokahi I, 2, 3, 4, Anokan 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Rooter's Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, Library Club 4, Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Junior Academy of Science 2, 3, 4, Honor Student 4. GAEL MC DEARMON, Gay A form more fair, a face more sweet, never has it been my lot to meet Spanish Club 3, 4, Spanish Club President 3, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, GAA Council 3, Rooter's Club 3, 4, Chor- us I, 2, 3, 4, Anokahi 4 Under the GasIight 3, Football Queen Attendant 3, Square Dance Club I, 2, Sno Queen Attendant 4, Intramural Sports 3, 4 FRANK MENTER, Elmer They always think who never talk Square Dance Club 2, Wrestling 3 ELEANOR V. MEYER, Ellie Never too busy to help others Thespian Society I, 2, 3, 4, One Act Play Contest 2, Speech Contest 3, Under the Gaslight 3, Room for One More 3, Christmas Plays 3, 4, Science Club 3, Anokahi 3, 4, Ano- kan 4, Student Council 4, Square Dance Club 4, National Honor Soci- ety 3, 4, Rooter's Club President 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 4 GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 4, MARILYN MEYER To twirl a baton is her greatest pride-her skill in this is nothing to hide Band I, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 4, Baritone Trio 2, 3, Baritone Solo 3, 4, Rooter's Club I, 2, 3, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club I, 2, 3, Science Club 4, Junior Student Council I, High C Club 4, Intra- mural Sports 4, Honor Student 4 JANET MILLER, .Ian Beauty is the gift of God Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Home EC Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Class Secretary 3, Christian Fellowship I, 2, Foot- ball Queen Attendant 4 JEANETTE MILLER To know her is to like her GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, Junior Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec Club I, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec Club Treasurer 3, 4, Football Queen At- tendant I, Class Treasurer 2 JOANNE MILLER, Jo Quiet, sincere, and true, here's a girl who is never blue Chorus I, Home Ec Club I, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec Club Vice President 3, Home Ec Club President 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, Student Council Secretary I, Student Council I, 2, Library Club 3, 4 MARILYN MORRISON A true friend is forever a friend Home Ec Club 2, 3, 4 KATHLEEN RAE MURNEY, Kay A daughter of the Gods, divinely tall and most divinely fair Home Ec Club I, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Library Club President 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Anokahi 3, 4, Anokan 4, Page thirty-one PHYLLIS MURPHY, Phyl Naturally nice Hi C Club I, 2, 3, 4, Co-president of Hi C Club 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Home Ec Club 3, 4 DARLENE NOLL, Mood She looks at the world with beau- tiful eyes GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Rooter's Club 4, Science Club 3, Square Dance Club 2, Sno Queen Attendant 4, Intra- mural Sports 3, 4, Basketball Home- coming Queen 4, Teen Town Coun- cil 2, Library Club 4 DEANNA NOLL, Dee Not very tall, but good and sweet and liked by all Junior Red Cross I, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, 2, Silver Trio I, Blue Trio 2, Gym Assistant 2, Ecli- son, Thespian Society 3, 4, Under the Gaslight 3, Anokan 4, Anokahi 4, GAA 4, Rooter's Club 4, Sno Queen Attendant 4 THOMAS NOON, Albert Handsome, toll, and congeniaI Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4 CAROL L. NORDSTROM Why worry? Tomorrow is another day!! NANCY NORLUND, Nanny She is very quiet but has a sunny disposition Home Ec Club I, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 4, Christian Fellowship 4, Sci- ence Club 4, Anokahi 3, 4, Honor Student 4 Page thirty-two WILLIAM NORLUND, Bill AlI I ask is to be lett alone Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 2, Science Club 4, Junior Acad- emy of Science 4, Anclcan 4, Un- der the Gaslight 3, Track I WILLIAM NOVAK, Bill With life and all in it he seems content GLEN E. NYGARD In quietness and confidence shall be strength Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4 MAUREEN O'CONNOR She's a girl we'Il miss a lot Junior Academy of Science 3, Sci- ence Club 3, 4, Library Club 4 DWINA ODSON Fond at fun and merriment and ever ready to laugh GAA I, 2, 3, Rooter's Club l, 2, 3 COLLEEN O'KEEFE, Col Her smile is as contagious as her ever winning ways GAA I iCathedraIl, Home Ec Club 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, 4, When the Little Angel Sang 4, Football Queen Attendant 4 JOANNE OTTENSTROER, Jo Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well Science Club 3, 4, Junior Academy of Science 3, Library Club 4, Honor Student 4 RUTH PALMER, Ruthie A good listener Home Ec Club I, 2, 3, 4, Christian Fellowship 4, BEVERLY PAUL, Bev She's Jolly and cute and clever to boot GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club I, 2, 3 HONORE MARIE PAULSON, Mi Mi A classy little lassie with a classy little chassis GAA 3, 4, Rooter's Club 3, 4, Stu- dent Council I, Chorus I ROSE PAYETTE, Rosie Business before pleasure-some times GAA I, 2, 4, Home Ec Club 4, Root- er's Club 3, Cheerleading Alternate 3, Cheerleader 4 MARILYN PEEK True worth will win in the end Square Dance Club I, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Home Ec Club 2, 3, 4, Ano- kahi 3, 4, Anokahi Co-editor 4, Girls' State 3, Anokan 4, Honor Student 4 LAWRENCE PEKULA, Larry He cares not to be great FFA lBufIolo High Schooll LYLE A. PETERSON Shy? Just quiet and reserved Band I, 2, 3, 4 NORMA PETERSON, Norm Not only good, but good for some thing Spanish Club 4, Anokan 4 CECIL PETTYGROVE His only sin is a happy grin ROBERT PIKE, Bob Beauty attracts us men FFA 3, 4, FFA Secretary 3, Intra- mural Basketball I, 2 PHILIP PIPENHAGEN, Snooze Box He takes core of all business, even monkey business Basketball 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball I, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, A Club 3, 4, National Athletic Soci- ety 4, All Stars 3, 4 Page thirtyethree ROBERT POTTER, Pots As likeable as lookable Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Octet 2, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Boys' oder 1, 2, 3, 4 GARY RASMUSSON Home is where the heart is and his is in Elk River Bowling I, 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4 MYRTICE SUSAN REED, Myrtle Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on others without getting a few drops on yourself GAA I, 2, 3, 4, GAA President 4, GAA Council 4, Rooter's Club 2, 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross I, 2, State Music Contest 3, Anokahi 3, 4, All District Band 2, 3, 4, Honor Student 4 DAVID W. REYNOLDS, Dave If trouble knocks, let it knock JO ANN REYNOLDS, .Io A shape that's neat and dancing feet GAA I, 2, 3, 4, GAA Council I, 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Rooter's Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Anokahi 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 4, Square Dance Club I, 2, 3, 4, Teen Town Council I, 2, 3, Teen Town Council Secretary 2 MICHAEL REYNOLDS, Mickey Like a cloud that moves on silent feet Basketball 2, 3, 4 Page thirty-four ROBERT RITHER, Skip Our three-star fellow- looks, per- sonality, and sports Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Soloist 4, Mixed Octet 4, Boys' Octet 2, 3, 4, Ano- kan 4, A Club 3, 4, Thespian Soci- ety 3, 4, Thespian Vice President 4, Under the Gaslight 3, Room for One More 3, State Fair ' 4, Christ- mas Plays 3, 4, Student Council 4, Class President 2, 3, Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club President 2, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Football Captain 4, All Conference Football 4, All State Honorable Mention 4, Track 3, 4, National Athletic Scholarship Society 3, 4, Intramural S orts I 2 3 4 72 , , , Fi BERT RUNQ IST, Dirty Bert Although in studies he does not do too well- in hunting and fish- ing he excels IRENE ANN RYBAK, Rene lt's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice Home Ec Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross I, GAA 2, Suqare Dance Club 2, 3 JIM, SAMBORSKI, Sam He has a store of knowledge that he never got from books Football I, 2, Basketball I, Intra- mural I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President of Student Council 2 E. L. SCALES, Larry The first hundred years are the hardest Chess Club 3, Intramural Bowling 4, Science Club 4, Junior Academy of Science 4 SALLIE SCARBOROUGH, Sal A queen in life as for a day Band I, 3, 4, GAA I, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, 4, Rooter's Club 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Library Club 4, GAA Council 4, Football Queen 4, Under the Gaslight 3, Anokahi 3, 4, Anokan 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports 4 NAUCY SCHLAFGE She stands in the light of her own success NFL 3, 4, NFL Secretary 4, Science Club 3, 4, Science Club President 4, Junior Academy of Science 3, 4, Junior Academy of Science Secre- tary 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Spanish Club Vice President 3, Spanish Club President 4, Square Dance Club 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, GAA Council 4, Ano- kahi 3, 4, Bausch 8- Lomb Winner 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Student 4 EUGENE SCHLOSSER, Gene Never mind, don't you fret, you'll show your teachers you'll get there yep, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball I, 2, Film Operator I, 2, 3, Junior Academy of Science 3 CAROLYN SCHWAB A smile is currency in any coun- try Red Cross 3, 4 MARGE SCHWANDT Laughter and chatter are healthful exertion Junior Red Cross I, Junior Cheer- leader I, Junior Student Council I, Glee Club 2, Teen Town Council I, 2, Senior Cheerleader 3, 4, Thespian Society I, 2, 3, 4, Rooter's Club I, 2, 3, 4, Anokahi 3, 4, Anakan 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, GAA Council 4, Student Council 4, Square Dance Club I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basket- ball 4, Under the Gaslight 3, Room for One More 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Student 4 AFRED SCOTT, Bud An all-around good guy Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4 JEANNE SCOTT I'lI steal through life in my own quiet way Home Ec Club I, 2, 3, Junior Red Cross MARLENE SLOAN Nice to know Library Club 4 GEORGE W. SONTERRE, Boosey Not that I don't like study, but I like fun more FFA 2, 3, 4 SHIRLEY SPENCE, Shlrl Strictly on the beam Home Ec Club 3, Band 3, 4, Intra- mural Sports 4 DICK SPICER, Spice Two-fifths of him fun, three-Hfths of him sheer genius CONNIE JEANNETTE STAFFORD Though quiet, she has a smile for all GAA 2, Rooter's Club I SHIRLEY STITES, Shirl Nothing is more admirable than a friend Spanish Club-Albuquerq ue Page thirty-tive RONALD PHILLIP STRAND, Ron Who cares if Napoleon and Wash- Ing.on are dead, I'm still here Square Dance Club I, 2, 3, 4, Thes- pian Society I, 2, 3, 4, FFA 2, Sci- ence Club 3, Student Council 4, In- tramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, State Championship Bowling Team 3, State Tournament Bowling Team 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Anokahi 3, 4, Anokan Co-Business Manager 4, Honor Student 4 PAUL SUTTERER, Sutty He seldom hurries Football I, 3, 4, Wrestling 4, A Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, Basketball I, 2, All Stars 3, 4, National Athletic Scholar- ship Society 3, 4 CAROL SWANSON Silence is the greatest art of con- versation GORDON B. SWENSON, Gordy We all know he's hard to beat, both as a friend and an athlete Band I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club I, 2, IPrincetonI, Choir I, 2 iPrincetonI, Football Man- ager 2, lPrinceto-nl, Basketball 3, In- tramural Volleyball 3, 4, Trombone Quartet 4, Trombone Soloist 4, A Club 4 BERNIE SWING A true queen of the out of doors Chorus I, Anokan 4, Home Ec Club 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, Rooter's Club 3, Square Dance Club 3 CECIL TALBOT Schooling is a necessary evil Page thirty-six DONALD M. TALBOT, Speed Human speech is a clumsy thing anyway FFA 4, Stamp Club I ANNELI TAMMI, Annie Her artistic ability is hard to sur- pass Spanish Club 2, 3, Anokahi 3, 4, GAA I iGreat Neck High Schooll, Intramural Sports I iGreat Neck High Schooll PATTY TANNER, Pat A light heart lives Iong Intramural Sports I, 2 TERRY TAYLOR Worry and I have yet to meet FFA I iEast Troy, Wisconsinl, Intra- mural Sports 3, Football 4, Wrest- Iing4 MARNETTE TIGUE A personality that makes all hearts her own GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Queen's Attendant 2, Student Council 2, 4, Sno Queen 4 MILDRED TISCHMANN, Millie She says little but thinks much Library Club 2, Rooter's Club I, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4 JEAN-JAUL MARIE URAGO He's like a machine-always wound up and going Boy Scouts of France, Tourist Cycling Club I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Intra- mural Sports 4, Student Council 4, Class Vice President 4, Red Cross 3, Spanish Club 2, Chorus Soloist 4, Square Dance Club 4, Stamp Club 4, Honor Student 4 DARA LOU VAN DAKE, Dar A hard working gal is this lass- the most energetic in all our class Girls' State Alternate 3, GAA I, Debate 3, 4, Speech Contest 3, 4, Chorus I, Christian Fellowship I, 2, Under the Gaslight 3, Junior Red Cross 4, Anokahi 4, Anokan 4, Hon- or Student 4 JIM VAUGHT, Vaughty Oh, glorious night, thou were not meant for slumber Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, A Club 2, 3, 4, A Club President 4 DONNA MAE VOSS Donna is quiet and sincere-a very nice girl to always be near Library Club 4 DORIS WALTON As loyal as school days are long Home Ec Club I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Octet 3, 4, Girl's Sextet 3, Girls Triple Trio 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 3 JAMES WARGIN, Slim Jim For silent men are after all the best of men DONALD C. WEBSTER, Boxey Work amuses me-I can sit and watch it all day Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 2 JOSEPHINE WECKWERTH, Jo She worries not of tomorrow Home Ec Club 4 VERNON WELCH Life is too short for anxieties Intramural Basketball 3, 4 DALE WELLMAN He is timid - only at times JACQUELINE WERNER, Jackie To be merry best becomes you GAA 2, 3, 4, Home Ec Club 2, 3, 4, Hi C Club 4 BARBARA WEYHRICK, Barb Slender, tender, and tall GAA I, 2, 3, Rooter's Club 2, 3, Honor Student 4 Page thirty-seven STAN WILSON, Mouse, Killer I want to be bashful, but the girls won't let me Wrestling I, 3, 45 Football 3, 4, A Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3,4 I , , A ALDEN YUNGNER him Not Pictured SHIRLEY JEAN TELSCHOW, Snooks Quiet and modest, a girl whose friendship is valued Part Time Program-St. Cloud 4 LELAND HULEGARD 5 Class should be ten minutes long, fr j X AQ tive to come, and fiive to go 'ATLZIQ' fag, je as . V if f 4 .1 Z f In September, '52, 296 students again entered A.H.S. as masters of the lower halls. The officers that year were Stewart Laird, Jerry Frazee, Beverly Swanson, and Dave Adolfson. Jeanette Miller attended the queen in football and Darlene Noll was basketball attendant. The highlight of the year was our class party. The following year we chose Skip Rither, Jerry Herberg, Jeanette Miller, and Marnette Tigue as officers, Joyce Hauck and Marnette Tigue as homecoming attendants. Both Jo Ann Reynolds and Sharon Goss represented us as senior cheerleaders. In our junior year the selection of our class ring created quite an uprising, but we finally decided upon Number 3 . Skip Rither, Jim Bernstein, Janet Miller, and Chuck Crandall were the officers this year. Gay McDearmon and Rosemary Lindberg attended us at the homecoming festivities. The year came to an end with working on our beautiful prom Ebb Tide, which we will always remember as a great success. Our big year began in our new high school as the graduating clas sof l955. Bill Horbal, Jean Paul Urago, Nancy Schlafge, and ,Ellie Meyer were chosen our class officers. Jerry Frazee led our school as all-school president. Something new was added this year at our football homecoming program, it was held on the football field. Sally Scarborough reigned as our lovely queen, attended by Colleen O'Keefe and Janet Miller. Jerry Frazee and Marnette Tigue were crowned as Sno King and Queen. Queen Darlene Noll and King Bob Potter made our basketball homecoming the best ever. Our two pretty attendants were Koryne Kaneski and Marlys Conger. Nancy Schlafge received the Bausch 84 Lomb award, and Ginny Chase receved the D.A.R. award. Bob Board made us proud by bringing home the State Wrestling Championship. The year was climaxed by baccalaureate and finally graduation leaving us with many wonderful memories. In closing we would like to tell all underclassmen: have fun, but work hard, tool 'P Page thirty-eight Everyone who knows him likes Intramural Sports I 2 3 4 SENIOR OFFICERS Nancy Schlafge, Secretory Jean-Paul Urago, Vice-president f Ellie Meyer, Treasurer - t I K , 1 1 fgfifl Mfr!!! 7 X I IX' Bill Horbal, Preside I IIJIXQZI' L,-I, ff, If gf' 41 I UA, fy vi Of? 1, I I ff ,ffl flew yw. VI' I fffl 61 IH Cf OJ' If ,Iii f ,M -rr'7 QL I ZW' ' X ,f fQf 4,241- 5 fi '71 U f I D! I f fl If ,ff' - I K, y i fr I' J' f f f fr , 7--fi y All be fl I 'PK if IW' ' M' S L. ,, . I JUNIOR OFFICERS Curt Schaafsma, President Joanne Belirand Vice-president Judy Herberg, Secretory Ricky Duerr, Treasurer SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Chuck Wennerlund, President Jackie Moran, Vice-president Claudia Bauer Secreiory Joan Moe, Treasurer ffcl: ,ri f I ' yflf,.,zf'ff7' I, wr' CLASS OF '56 Fifth row: V. Woolgar, M. Erickson, S. Hanson, C. Schaatsma, L. Johnson, L, Erickson, G. Crandall, Fourth row: K. Pospisil, L. Johnson, M. Peterson, M. Auspos, D. Janssen, D. Biros, P. Roberts. Third row: D. Van Doke, J. O'Donnell, J. Hebert, K. Dahlman, VV. Couture, D. Reinking, R. Stricker. Second row: J. Larson, J, Beltrand, Y. Neisius, R. Galloway, G. Hawkinson, A. Kent, S. Opem, B. Anderson. First row: S. Micheau, R. Miller, J. Trowbridge, J. Barstow, M. Dahlheimer, D. Bouley, G. Peterson. Fifth row: B. Loucks, T, Breckenridge, S. Swanson, B, Clark, D. Look, J. Soderquist, P. Eliett. Fourth row: B. Blesi, D. Larson, D. Borgeson, L. Nisun, R. Gabel, K. Peterson, P, Peort, C. Nordberg, Third row: S, Sallberg, S. Guy, P. Handstad, G. Stott, C. Redmann, L. Douglas, C. Johnson. Second row: A, Getchell, L. Lappe, L. Skolte, C. Berg, Y. Erickson, A. Cudd, L. Peterson, J. Haemig. First row: M. Pinney, M. Mack, D. Bulen, J, Herberg, S. Lindstrom, K. Anderson, H. Garvey. Fifth row: R. Sawyer, S. Lehman, K, Bauer, H. Anderson M. Hanson, R. Ridge, F. Peterson. Fourth row: N. Gui mont, R. Duerr, L. Ridge, D. Overbaugh, S. Weeks, J Schauveller, M. EriCl4SOf1, T. Ashley. Third row: V. Arvid- son, J. Chouinard, D. Bagaus, J. Kline, R. Engstrom, J Besch, M. Hess. Second row: J. Mead, B, Vevea, G Zubulake, L. Buehler, J. Steele, M. Sawvel, C. Holm, Y Pike. First row: M. Hoppe, K. Breyen, C. Lofgren, M Hunt, M. Crapser, C. Schneider, S. Larson. Fifth row: M, Lincoln, K. Stites, R. Szyplinslci, R. Betlach, J. Armstrong. Fourth row: D. Beckenbach, E. Wagner, P. Foster, M. LaBonne, R. Board. Third row: S, Talbot, P. Vetsch, L. Armstrong, A. DeJarlais, J. Cater. Second row: A. Gamble, N. Broderson, G. Ellis, P. Vexea, R. Jones, N. Wells. First row: C. Olson, M. Ringhand, P. Stevens, J. Gardner, B. Maness. Fifth row: J. Prodahl, B. Breyen, D. Kittelson, D. Erick- son, G. Jenson, J. Helland, G. Gillund, Fourth row: B. Eggleston, D, Smith, S. Talbot, J. Lawrence, P, Noll, M. Landru, M, Ekstrum, L. Siodin. Third row: D. Moline, J Quigley, P, Word, V. Reilley, B. Peterson, M. Johnson, D. Lindtors. Second row: B. Lindquist, P. Kirchner, M. Peterson, N. Stites, J. Poisson, D. Bray, P. Paulson, B. Gilbertson. First row: D. Blaska, S. Peltzer, M. Carlson D. Bodlck, C. Dehn, D. Sutherland, K. Mattson. 1 Fifth row: C. Dwinells, B. McGonagle, S. Angle, J. Joslyn K. Hansen, R. Adrian, R. Boll. Fourth row: J. Hogan, J Gleason, J, Abbott, K. Gelle, G. Rogers, B. Bouley, W Bengtson, V. Erickson. Third row: P, Miller, D. Noyes, R. Schumacher, J. Larson, N. Iverson, T, Carroll, E. Johnson. Second row: L. Lehmann, L. Lorson, N. Pierce, M. Orgon, G. Ellingson, N. O'Connor, B. Hovind, E. Anderson. First row: D. Moyer, D. Flint, J. Harrington, J. Epps, L. Brabonder, J. Thorner, D. Hoggott. f Fifth row: E. Moore, S. King, R. Swanson, P. Eaton, R. Ness, G. Olson, C. Mulroy. Fourth row: F. Boyer, G, Lind, L. Gregory, A. Johnson, J. Sonterre, B. Sweet, R. Smith, B. Krause. Third row: M. Davis, J. Mennengo, J. Keillor, M. Strchmoyer, R. Gott, D. Rickaby, J. Ernst. Second row: D. Berg, C. Johnson, M, Horvoth, M. Melf berg, C. Chorest, L, Alt, J. Boos. First row: l. Evans, P. Mullen, V. Fischer, J. Crosby, J. Barstow, E. Kost, P. Breyen. Fifth row: J. Vanclecar, B. Carlisle, J. Purmort, G. Witte, D. Pedersen. Fourth row: M. Peterson, M. Scheurer, J. West, N. Homrin, J. Londroche, J. Winch. Third row: M. Weidenbach, I. Chouinard, L. Boushek, N. Shaw, K. V Springer J Sutherlin R Johnson First row M John- on, J. Edwards, R, Lage, F. Kline, Y. Thoreson. Broclc.T5econd row: L. Atanasoft, B. Johnson, M. Blesi, s Page forty-one CLASS OF '57 Fifth row: M, Wickershom, R, Ness, S. Moore, R. Edberg, J. Hagen, L, Lappe, E. Kochton, T. Ball. Fourth row: K. Weeks, B. Witte, D. Beouchaine, L. Koehler, S. Saari, J. Olson, J, Tainter, J. Welch, V, Stevenson. Third row: S. Hall, C. Anderson, B. Kohler, J, Kuiawa, J. Rippel, T. Pease, A. Ottenstroer, C. Bauer. Second row: K. Hanley, J. Kutawa, S. Appleby, J. Dufeck, M, Hunt, J. Banta, C. Hoppe, K. Barrett, J. Wraloek. First row: J. Engles, K. Brindle, B. Fields, T. La Bonne, R. Provost, V. Canfield, K. Stewart, R, Traver. Fifth row: G. Gilson, J. Baumgortner, B. True, L, Nor- gren, J. Anderson, J. Peterson, P. Warning, Fourth row: R. Adler, J. Lea, H. Johnson, M. Beck, B. Dahl, J. Irwin, D. Larson, M. Price, L. Goss. Third row: B. Rankka, G. Villiwock, L. Schmidt, S. Mead, S. Stephen, B. Hucken- poehler, M. Brockmeier, S. Makowsky. Second row: N. Hall, B. Egan, R. Howell, V. Brock, J. Schiefter, B, Jack- son, A. Wolfe, J. Thoe, J. McCall. First row: D. Donner, M. Pulley, C. Larson, C. Pariseau, B. Gabel, N. Biehotter, M. Patrick, K. Osborn. Fifth row: J. Hall, L. Griep, D. Grefe, R, Betlach, L Murney, R. Cox. Fourth row: B. Day, R. Caswell, J. Epps, D. Davis, A. Morphew, M. Johnson. Third row: J. Moe G. Jude, M. Frischmon, M. Langseth, D. Millard, D Leitte. Second row: H. Hyden, V. Fisher, E. Peterson J. Hunt, B. Hume, D. Adolphson. First row: P. Endeward D. Fisher, J. Israel, D. Muth, D. Frederickson, T. Wollters 1 Fifth row: K. Davis, D. Hassell, G. Wennerlund, B. Mark D, Strandberg, L. Trombley, W. Hunt, Fourth row: D. Jacobson, V, Leger, E, Hotifarth, V. Gaupp, G. Gustaf- son, E, Vaughn, C. Budau, L. Bauers. Third row: E. Schnarr, R. Lambrecht, L. Parkinson, B. Schirmers, L. McLaughlin, J. Rydholm, M. Bauer, N. Meyers. Second row: D. Hunt, N. Britton, M. Dammor, J. Witte, F. Niven, D. Kohler, R, Woltgram, E. Brown, S. Johnson. First row: R. Brockmeier, D. Johnson, S. Huss, D, Koivula, M. L. DeMars, E. Ohrnan, D. Kruse, J. Frantz, B, Nelson. Fifth row: D. Erickson, R, Rootes, R. Castle, D. Schul- strom, J. Lee, M. Guimont. Fourth row: B. Gunther, B. Wennerlund, R, Cooper, G. Johnson, H. Harmon, P Dahlen, L. Frank, Third row: C. Buzzell, D. Daly, J Brauch, D. Lang, R. Kari, B. Hedtke. Second row: G. Jacobsen, R, Berthiaume, J. Thurston, I. Bahr, P. Robin- son, J. Bailey, R, Wolff. First row: D, Hesli, L. Graleske, K. Peterson, B, Daml, T. Chouinard, M. Mayo. Fifth row: M. Douglas, K. Peterson, R. Belisle, A. Sweezo, D. Felix, J. Janke, R. Wilson, D. Schollian. Fourth row: G. Palmer, G, Boelter, L. Myers, N. Hall, M, Russell, E Quigley, L, V, Grosser, K. Sioberg, K. Klose. Third row: J, Olson, C. Ricker, G. Gilleen, B. Miemietz, P. Hart- fiel, C. Greene, C. Gale, B. Fietek. Second row: S. Hentges, M. Poisson, L. Hegarty, S. Nelson, J. Frederick- son, B. Rand, N. Kinney, D. Schoenrock, C. Warn. First row: M. Leider, D. Jones, D. Norquist, S. Blomgren, S. Martin, E, Swenson, K, Braucht, D. Bellows. Fifth row: J. Nelson, M. Foster, J. Sutherlin, L. Green, L. Nash, D, Wolff, D. Russell, L, Reid. Second row: W. Bebeau, T. Frazee, D, Brellenthin, S, Scarborough, G, Engels, T. Bogren, F. Bowers, C, Durbin, S. Mickelson Third row: D. L. Harmon, P. Reid, J. Headley, A. Ber- thiaume, B, Peterson, L. Brabander, P, Gay, C, Gale Second row: N. Paul, P. Dickenson, M. Tammi, J. Blas- singham, K. Macko, J. Ferkingstod, M. Tammi, V. Kish, M. Runquist. First row: B. Edwards, J. Sower, J. West- lund, K. Pettiiohn, K, Pettijohn, M. Beltrand, M, Burke V, Lewis. r Fifth row: M. Richmond, D, Tollette, B. Ostrem, R. Peter- son, E. Shank, R. Atkins, D. Pust, R. Kendall. Fourth row: G. West, K. Hughes, R, Bucholtz, G. Anderson, L. Yonts, R, Adrian, A, Frederick, J. Daly, E, Alorcon, Third row: D, Swanson, J. Bebeou, D. Tatge, C. Gelle, J. Randall, M. Heilman, C. Wilson, M. L. DeMar. Second row: J. Heatherly, J. Hanson, P, Palmer, J. Loewenstein, G. Schake, D. Fournier, P. Francen, P. Thedens, C. Meister. First row: M. Reed, J. LaVigne, J. J. Inman, M. Barker, J. Moran, E. Peterson, B. Fisher, M. Bouley. Page forty-three JUNIOR HI-LITES The opening of the school year found us a bit awed over the new responsibilities we had to assume. For the first time, we, the Junior High S-chool, wouldn't have the Senior High students to guide us and to lead most of the school's activities. We were on our own! Of course, we felt proud and happy over this new venture - looking back now in the school year, we think we did a pretty good job and had a lot of fun at it, working out the many problems that beset us from the very start. At the outset, we discovered we had a good friend in our principal, Mr. Klonowski. His guiding hand and sage advice smoothed over many difficulties. And often there was the very helpful faculty to which we could turn. Before the school year was very old, each class had a slate of officers chosen to supervise each grade. They formed the core of the Student Council whose iob was to assist the administration in every way possible. Through them we discovered that a good school is one in which the pupils work in a democratic fashion with the faculty.. To keep the student body well informed in all the school's activities, a newspaper was begun, The Junior Hi-Line. Louella Edwardes became its first editor, assisted by Harriet Kimberly. George Duffy was its business manager. Wasn't it exciting to read our very own paper? A The Junior High is not all study. Throughout the year many social events highlighted the year. Each class had a party complete with program, games, and refreshments. .ln December the Rooter's Club sponsored the first all-school dance. ln February the Student Council took its turn. Maybe the boys lost a bit of their shyness once they got out on the floor. - Once during the year the Senior High Band played a concert for us. But don't forget that we had our own band directed by Mr. Davenport and that 21 freshmen go to the Senior High each day. They just can't get along without us! We had pep fests during the football season with our own peppy cheerleaders and Rooter's Club. And to give more pupils a chance to participate in athletics, a well-planned intramural program of basketball, volleyball, and bowling. Needless to say the Talent, Library, Home Economics, Science, Square Dance, Christian Fellowship, and Rooter's Club all helped to make the school year both interesting and profitable. Well, the time has come to say goodbye to that mighty fine class, the Freshmen. Next year they will give their talents to the Senior High But although we shall miss them, we know that this year's seventh and eighth gfide stlnd ready to do an. dven betteg gdb pnd to welcomefa cgjup of e ud fllltfeim lint, il' fi . Wkwwlywy MMA if fy Arlene .it Wi Xllygyljdiiwb-U. OLNW 521 O X My 't . M, is V Fi is fit- f df? if FRESHMAN OFFICERS President, Robert Ridge Vice p 'd t, T G ey Sec I y Sandro MII Treo er, Dick Johnson X 4 5' Lv , -ff' ww IW 5? fvkx-I! JJ' Hin! XxQ!,f5LYV IN bhfiy A , , IPF I ,V YA-2 Q I fx B ,J 'WG I ILM VC' P' , ' ' II ij' I Du 1, jx rfy ,, fyfiix If A 'iv 3 8TH GRADE OFFICERS Presideni, Moe Dorhoit 621 Vice p s d 1, Dunne Blosko N ujyfi x Secr June Hull ,V LA! I Treo I eii, CI1ristWfIJgrj9V L Q' WV I 1 if ' f I if I I 0b,IW,,DI i 6 ff .J ' VA' W I, ' V M 0 fly UI X W, JLJWJ X n, 4 , I If I fffifif' I I ' , If I I f IL L ' 'J I-fify AIVIV MX' . ,Ut 3iI 1. If If I Jw-II If , f' 7TH GRADE OFFICERS Presidenf, Sue Kukiish V' pre 'cf I CoroI Hormo S c I y B b G I-Iorrn T P nyi P ny Pgftyf' If IXJJI CLASS OF '58 ll. Fifth: S. Guy, A. Cook, C. Biore, R. Brown, E. Totf, K. Ostlund, S. Krszizaniak, J. Lund, Fourth: E. DeJar- lais, A. Rierson, B. Patchin, A. Brellenthin, A. Runnels, B. Chapman, M. Blaska. Third: N. Jackson, B. Hobart, K. Ross, T. Eckman, R, Christopher, D. Durbin, F. Griep, C. Olson. Second: M, Carlson, S. Anderson, G. Sunde quist, B. Weese, E. Olson, R. Ball, D. Berthiaume. First: J. Nygaard, M. Bennett, R. Gaydo, H. Gustafson, S. Rohl, V. Nelson, B. Beckman, M. Nord, Fifth: B. Weeks, C. Johnson, B. Martin, A. Pearson, H. Kimberly, M. Mayo, D. Godbow.Fourth: M. Simon- son, E. True, C, Roseland, L. Rodgers, W. Smith, J. Rand, J. Koslowski. Third: M. O'Keete, C, Thorner, J. Rohl, L. Magnuson, L. Sogge, E. Myer, J. Blaska, D. Smith. Second: J. Swanberg, N, Chouinard, V. Crysler, B. Cudd, C. Hazen, P. Bisek, J. Howell, First: D, Ashe, D. Gardinier, B. Lanning, R. Ranick, M. Anderson, J. Schultz, G. Sodrnan, D. Wesh. Fifth: K. lsaacson, C. Wellman, G. Lehn, J. Bengston, V. McGonagle, A, Axelson, J. Frisk, R. Hostetler Fourth: K. Kober, J. Smith, B. Skinner, G. Shannon, B. Kinney, A. Bethke, W. Fredericks. Third: C. Smith W. Swanson, S. Krszizaniek, W. Larson, G. Cooper M. Lofgren, R, McGuine, J. Moey. Second: C. Watson G. Johnson, I. Walton, A. Ness, D. Soley, S. Rippel M. McAdam. First: D. Schneider, J. Howell, J. Reno B. Owen, S. Miller, B. Gerber, S. Kirchner, J. Good rich. Fifth: T. Grey, R. Ridge, J. Johnson, D. Mollum, M Christianson, N. Gregory, G. Schaufel, N. Erickson Fourth: J. Corbin, L. Madison, H. Kovar, V. Jacobson W. Weiss, D. Adams, C. Larson. Third: G. Fleury M. Adams, R. Froberg, F. Gillilund, L. Frederickson S. Allen, R. Gustafson, M. Bruno. Second: M. Branson M. Conway, R. Lehman, D. Jones, N. Bulen, B, Evans J. Eaton. First: R. Lahn, T. Paulson, B. Carey, D. Stey ens, D. Correlius, J, Bauer, A. Headley, J. Torgerson Fifth: J. Melberg, C. Ball, G. Engels, C. LeRicheux R. Dickenson, J. Norquist, J. Webster, D, Freeby. Fourth: K. Wiggs, D. Erickson, D. Brodhead, C. Hoel M, Dingman, V. Atwood, D. Barnet. Third: E. Rootes A. Mortinson, L, Bray, S. Nicklow, J, Skaalerud, M. Bennett, M. Prauss, G, Olson. Second: M. Boelter, D. Stott, J. Harmon, T. Garvey, C. Hendricks, N. Pitchtord, J, Rouillard. First: J. Johnson, R, Johnson, L. Syplinski, E. Peek, L. Rubis, D. Jennison, G. Gale, B. Erickson. Fifth: M. Freer, J, Bledsoe, D. Hoalson, P. Erickson, F. Wellhausen, R. Kulenkamp, E. Wallick, C. Wiberg, Fourth: N. Makowski, A. Lindquist, L. Christison, S. Sonterre, B. Robinson, E. Nemeth, D. Winch, Third: S, Johnson, D. Richerson, S. Nordstrom, C. Stanley, R. Cohistro, J. Eaton, E. Hampton, B. Johnson. Second: E .Hulegaord, S. Mills, L. Schmelzer, D. Bennett, J Hogan, M. Pierce, FirsT: R. Martin, J. Olson, T. King K. Driscoll, K. Hawkins, J. Erfckson, C, Anderson R. Swenson. r Fifth: H. Ruscher, D. Anderson, T, Lyke, D. Poote, G. Bernhagen, G. Nold, J, Janiok, W. Doyle, J. Wal- ters. Fourth: L, Edwards, J, Bowers, B. Bodick, R States, J, Herberg, S. Syring, J. Lindgren, B. Bacon Third: C. Clark, M. Olson, D. Johnson, P. McDaniel T. Gilbertson, R, Hunt, J. Ptleider, C, Granstrom L. Opem.Second: J. Price, R. Tilterud, E. Miller, S Scales, D, Koons, M. Elliott, H. Bauer, J. Reilley. First: T. Josephson, P. Davis, R. Pearson, D. Reuter, W Engen, L. Sandbcrnk, ,J. Guy, J. Koiyula, D. Erickson Fifth: G. Englen, J. Kolk, R. Giddings, J. Charest, M, Hunt, G. Beyer, G. Horbal, A. Carlson, W. Johnson. Fourth: J. Peterson, A. Krogh, F, Williams, J, Gay, G. Duffy, A. Parent, M. McDearrnon, D. Anderson, L. Watson. Third: T. Maker, L. Buehler, R. Swanson, R. Chamberlain, C. LeDaux, R. Bickford, P, Landborg, E. Harves, R. Beckenbach. Second: P. Chamberlain, M, Frontz, G. Norberg, R, Smith, L, Nutter, C, Schwab, F. Scherber, J. Cox, First: K, Ellis, J. Millard, T. Bouley, K. Lage, G. Heindenreich, M. O'Connor, D. Yunger, R. Janke, K. Blahosky. Page forty-seven 1 CLASS OF '59 Fifth: J. Szyplinslci, L. Swing, W. Brock, R. Wotson, H. Sheppard, R, Erickson, M. Huston, T. Krohne. Fourth: J. Richardson, J. Spartt, R. Wiele, C. Nerneth, T. Gadbaw, D. Hill, M. Watson. Third: J. Palmer, Weatherly, M. Bickford, L. Michaelson, C. Gibson, C. Koons, G. Lambert, D. Hyrop, Second: J. Bordeaux, G. Cooper, L, Cutter, J. Maolson, C. Roseland, K. Ernst, J. Stewart. First: L. Eckmon, P. Douglass, L. Gadola, C Hayes, C. Scharber, E. Shaw, S, Saathott, J. Ham- S. mond. Fifth: H, Ferry, W. Hollorm, A. Elletson, G. Martinson, R. Born, J. Prestin. Fourth: T .Murpl'iy, P. Lomrnen, J. Peterson, P. LaBonne, M. Richmond, D, Emmons. Third: L. Greenlee, T. Nyberg, V, Berry, A. Rogers, B, Krouse, G. Grant. Second: P. Bucholz, P. Schenk, J. Blesi, G. Nelson, D. Chapman, M, Tommerclohl. First: D. Zopfi, A. Strohmayer, J. Cline, K. Slyzulc, M. Ziegler, C. Tischmonn. Fifth: G. Fideldy, L. Wolfe, K. Kost, R. Altenweg, N, Bonde, A. Hyatt, B. Hill, P. Dahlgren, Fourth: L. Sonterre, M. Woiciechowski, M. Spencer, R. Longe, D. Livgard, L. Seloeclc, M. Cass. Third: A. Tilterud, P. Lawrence, B. Larson, C. Corlson, D. Lenz, D. Colli- son, R. Rybolc, D. Rond. Second: D. Berg, D. Rogers, S. Chapman, N. Woltt, M. Bulen, B, Rogness, C. Cart' wright. First: P. Turner, J, Cottingharn, L. Boldt, D, Hintgen, L, Bisek, J. Fredrickson, S. Lindberg, R. Stevens. Fifth: C. Stegora, R. Mallory, J. Edgarton, D. Powell J. Moore, K. Dohlmon, L. Carlson, J. Eyrich. Fourth G. Ostlund, R. Wilson, P. Anderson, L. Bonde, K. Hus ton, J. Strouse, F. Lewis. Third: J. Wurzinger, G Schwab, A. Tillstrorn, B. Olexa, M. Peterson, G. Foell L. Daml, J. Matthies. Second: P. Leitte, R. Niven M. Dorholt, C. Tainter, P. Foster, D. Hunt, B. Runnels First: B. Kolc, D. Potter, G. Lambert, G. Nelson, M Jones, M. Roden, K. Nelson, D. Olson. Fifth: L. Palmer, S. Davis, C. Johnson, R. Sunderlin L. Hoggatt, A. Springer, E. Gustafson, D. Castle Fourth: L. Peterson, J. Tammi, D. Salter, W. Mathews M. Pekula, C. Erickson, M. Blood. Third: W. Spidahl D. Milner, J. Prodahl, H. Strohmayer, R. Provost D. Ness, L. Bebeau, D. Bearl. Second: T. Peterson J. Sawdy, D. Wold, E. Brockmeier, C. Hansen, M. Carl son, J. Tenneson, First: P. Follrath, E. Thurston, S Burton, M. Eden, L. Brabaneler, S. Besch, E. Bellows B. Karsikas. Fifth: W. Sander, S. Herdine, R. Englund, L. Park- hurst, D. Meister, M. Goodrich. Fourth: Y. Hebert, D. Rydholm, L. Berry, A. Huston, L, Merhiy, R, Siodin. Third: S. Shultz, J. Hall, W. Sonterre, A. Palmer, L, Dady, E. 'Amies, Second: M. Meyers, M. Waddell, P. Rustad, J. Schultz, L. Hoel, D. Christison, M. Can- tield. First: D. Ortell, G. MacGlover, M. Isaacs, C. Peterson, R. Frantz, R. Palmer, Fifth: J. Lund, L. Berry, A. Hahm, J. O'Connor, M. Hokanson, R. Tutford, J. Looyan, R. Lowe. Fourth: W, Bush, E. Lee, R. Schoeben, J. Hodgkins, D, Holmlzerg, D, Blaska, R. Jennison. Third: D. Rydell, G. Hudson, J. Pearson, J, Shelton, H. Hcvind, D. Boyer, W. Ander- son, C. Wagner. Second: D. Uebel, G. Gardinier, G. Alexander, G. Maag, D. Forsberg, T. Hesli, J. Luedtke. First: R. Breyen, J. Hoffarth, W. Luedtke, E. Guzik, D. Schumaker, R. Swanson, A. Duerr, T. Heil. Fifth: N. Hovind, A. Jaworski, R. Atchcson, J. Erick- son, G. Wellberg, A. LaPlant, M. Butler, E. Bowlloy. Fourth: N. Page, S. Luke, A, Hagen, S. Larson, S. Nelson, J. Jacobson, K. Nelson. Third: R. Roberts, D. Quigley, J. Beltrand, C. Day, R. Olson, M. Nutter, G, Bauer, R. Cartentier. Second: P. Schnarr, S. Gre- gorson, S. Kohler, G. Magnuson, P. Ellingson, J. Stroh- mayer, G. Kuss. First: J. James, A. Pearson, M. Brock, R. Gardin, J. Grossnickle, G. Hughes, E. Petty, A. Charette. Fifth: J. Haney, K. Leicler, R. Christopher, W. Shores, J. Johnson, D. Boehlke, G. Knudson, G. Thurber. Fourth: J. Bauer, K. Anderson, T, Wellhausen, S. Schultz, J. Morphew, R. Schlagel, R. Dehn. Third: R, Granger, S. Scott, C. Craig, D. Ladley, B, Dill, J. Keillor, G. Bauer, R. Carpentier. Second: M. Hanson, R. Montague, N. Wolff, S. Smith, D. Hathaway, B. Gingery, W. LaBounty. First: J. Grant, C. Jones, G. Gerber, R. Bebeau, D. Samborski, M. Moberg, J. Cook, R. Spano. Page forty-nine CLASS OF '60 3 l Fifth: R. Dehn, D. Kulenkomp, D. Meyer, T. Kurilla, J. Lambrecht, M. J. Jost, K. lsaacson,. Fourth: M. Fox, S. Gertz, D. Brown, B. Dehkes, G. Davis, D. Gustafson, R. Bell, R. Blesi, A. Thompson. Third: B. Lufsky, D. DeForest, T. Freer, J. Cropser, G. Engstrom, B. Huber, S. Wilda, L. Brisbin, Second: R. Bouley, L. Scholliam, P. Antolick, J. Sundeen, D. Carroll, M. Collins, S. Houghton, M. Bucholz, E. Peterson. First: R. Crapser, P. Chouinard, E. Lo Vahn, R. Higgins, F. Lehman, J. Ashmead, R. Ficleldy, R. Anderson. Fifth: J. Green, K. Brown, L. Blesi, T. Stuck, S. Stroud, W. Pedersen, T. Barstow, P. Hanson. Fourth: B. Har- mon, G. Stenglein, D. Peterson, C. Guntzel, R. Gustaf- son, J. Witte, J. Draheim, M. Peterson, D. Carter. Third: E. Johnson, J. Wilson, R. Brown, C. Stickney, M. Richeson, C, Strouff, J. Olmscheid, C. Samuelson. Second: R. Sullivan, P. Weiss, T. Corpentier, M. San- den, B. Laska, T. Price, J. Reieson, W. Lee, M. Nemeth. First: R. Mead, J. Eckman, L. Donner, F. Hein, H. Engen, P. Ashe, P. McQuire, B. Trombley. Fifth: C. McKusick, B. Scharber, R. lngledue, J. Swan- kier, D. Worn, K. Compton, R. Pierce, G. Gustafson. Fourth: G. Warble, C. Mead, T. Keillor, N. Kirchner, J. Pike, E. Swenson, P. Smith, J. Legg, J. Peterson. Third: B. Weber, A. Taylor, R. Sweezo, N. Mattsom, W. West, W. Charette, A. Brock, J. Zaiic. Second: G. Scindbank, D. Janke, P. Neisius, R. Bumgarner, J. Miller, J. Swenson, J. Olson, S. Hawkins, D, Dean. First: F. Hotfarth, R. Eaton, R. Gilbertson, J. Poate, H. Nelson, F. Bruno, K. Smith, L. Granstrcm. Fifth: V. Jett, K, McCall, D. Frank, D. Erickson, E Adams, P. Dwinells, M. Lewis, H. Chouinord. Fourth R. Bauer, V. Stanton, J. Siobeck, C. Jackson, H. Mor phew, J. Campbell, D, Schultz, J. Bryan, E. Ness Third: B. Eychaner, B, Sorteberg, D. Flor, G. Gilleen A. Rundle, M. Peterson, J. Chrisenson, R. Gamm Second: C. Beckenbach, R. Hammond, K. Moran, M Kraus, J. Mead, R. Hagen, J. Huebner, A. Follrath S. Bcikken. First: G. Hoff, J. S. Peterson, J. Blesi D. Turner, M. Taylor, R. Nordberg, L. Peters, D Ekerholm. Fifth: C. Hutchinson, M. A. Kohout, F. Strohmeyer, V Peterson, S. Redlinger, R. Hayford, A. Westlund, D Olsen. Fourth: N. Brauch, J. Huston, J. Kubenski, B Chapman, J. Dwinells, J. Gertz, K. Erickson, K. Peter sen, M. Kemski. Third: J. Rustad, J. Strohmayer, K Wollum, A. Doberstein, R. Erickson, D. Reierson, J Petersen, J. Christenson. Second: D. Mentor, J. K Anderson, W. Hotfarth, G. Kral, R. Paddock, M. Stahl- Wolfe, D. Koivula, R. Peterson, T. Eychaner, L. San- berg, D. Erickson, C. Nold, K. Strohmayer. First: A tine, N. Sawvel, M. Larson, T. LoVigne. Fifth: M. Fideldy, D. Wennerlund, M. Titterud, G. Mark, S. Larson, K. Seibert, B. Pierce, Second: D. Tit- terud, S. Hiulberg, B. Paulson, D. Mattson, J. Jor- genson, J. Moore, K. Stone. Third: D. Hyatt, M. Dicken- son, J. Benson, G. Larter, M. J. Bucholz, C. Schoen- rock, S. Beckensten. Second: P. Shepard, S. Eggleston, V, Rubis, S. Huston, P. J. Petty, M. Gunther, J. Ja- worski, C. Ashenbrenner. First: V. Torgerson, J. Bour- deaux, S. Sundloerg, J. Jordan, D. Moyer, J. Thoresin, J. Wiggs. Fifth: R. Moran, J. Collison, D. Richeson, G. Martinson, J. Weeks, T. Woodward, M. A. Iverson, E. Blesi. Fourth: C. Harmon, C. Pratt, R. Jackson, R. Hollom, S. Allen, C. Baker, S. Kuklish, D. Helsel, R. Looyen. Third: G. Beckman, J. Pulley, S. Harrier, D. Peterson, M. Shadick, T. Kuhlmey, C. Bromley, R. Wolff. Second: J. K. Anderson, D. La Bonne, R. Gale, T. Hermes, T. Tronson, D. Jergenson, E. Merhiy, K. Orttel, G. Ben- nett. First: D. Londroche, S. Guzik, R. Peterson, C. Noble, F, Sanford, J. Schmidt, M. Rhol, S. Davis. Fifth: W. Goss, M. Rudnitski, M. Carlisle, A. Brown, S. Parkhurst, C. Schilstrom, C. Daniels, l. Smith Fourth: B. Larson, M. Sanden, M. Cameron, C. Johnson R. Lehn, M. Sundquist, J. Moey, C. Norberg, T. Guimont. Third: L. King, M. Hein, G. Edwards, G Burchett, K. Blesi, G. Lindstam, R. Trebus, R. Brown. Second: A. Maxhimer, M. Atwood, G. Beltrond, B. Hughes, W. Nelson, D. Hovind, H. Ellefson, R. Selin A. Kisor. First: L. Sonterre, B. Erwin, W. Ellis, T. Stan- ley, S. Haugland, D. Murrell, T. Tennison, J. Dedrick f f Fifth: K. Nelson, H, Selx, G. Carlson, J. Larson, E. Stott, B. Lopinski, G. Edwards. Fourth: W. Lyke, D. Johnson, E. Belisle, L. lsaocs, D. Bickford, B. Ja- cobson, S. Bergquist. Third: R. Buda, E. Wilson, J. Sallloerg, K. Lasley, G. Green, J. Beauchaine, S. Brellenthin. Second: G. Howe, J. W. Peterson, A. Goudy, D. Schommer, R. Richardson, L. Peterson, W. Dill. First: B. Olson, V. Leight, P. Murphy, E. Crassen, S. Loewenstein, D. Peltzer, G. Cleveland. Page Hfty-one 'Q 1 P ' i f' 'fm' KQV, C . Q EW? 2' Ag: p 4 ig'-ygrzfgk , XF f A My W'q.,,'fip4pAA,'3WgQ, 3Ix,,gLM'b,gsp I 'E Q rv Q f 5 v V X J 'O V A Acnvme ?' QQ ff Q M M957 - VW ?fgWQ,7W f 4' 'lfffg M aJ2xJ'SZffMu dug I LW U 51.11 wg.,mUdLL:M., M1M1wwmM,fmg2.wM, , 'PAW 'Q EQ 4450? aw M M , ww ' M STUDENT COUNCILS This year's Senior High Student Council with President Jerry Frazee, Vice-president Dave Larson, Secretary Ginny Jacobson, and Treasurer Jim Bernstein had a tremendous job setting up a student governing body tor the new Senior High School. At the outset these three purposes were formulated as goals to achieve and to serve as guides in succeeding years: To help give the students a voice in the governing ot their school, To create better taculty-student relations, and To lay a solid foundation on which to build tuture governing bodies. Planning two homecomings, arranging tor several good assemblies, and supervising a school program ot activities helped to realize these objectives. Credit tor the success ot these undertakings is due to the representatives who made up the body of the Student Council and who were chosen at large trom the Honor Society and from each of the tweltth, eleventh, and tenth grades. To this organiza- tion, we tip our hats tor their program Democracy in Action. Mr. Huston, Mr. Thompson, and Mrs. Jurek advised the organiza- tion. For the first time the Junior High Council was a separate organization and on its own. Its high ideals and competent leadership proved a valuable asset to the school it served. Its othcers were President Bob Ridge, Vice-president Mae Dorholt, Secretary Susan Scales, and Treasurer Janet Hall. Miss Berg and Mr. Lapin supervised its activities. SENIOR HONOR STUDENTS First row: M. Schwandf, L. Ernst, M. Crowe, J. Ottenstroer, J. Burke, N, Schlafge, E. Meyer, V. Chase, M. Henning. Second row: R. Strand, l. Koussouni, A. Bonde, M. Reed, R. Hayek, V. Jacobson, M. Conger, M, Driscoll, J. Eaton. Third row: D. VanDake, C. McCauley, B. Hack, M. Peek, G. Bergeron, N. Norlund, A. Kuroiwa, G. Herberg, M. Aring. Fourth row: M. Meyer, B. Weyhriclw, R. Lewis, C. Crandall, J. Urago, J. Look, D. Larson, C. Bron, D. Burns. i a . 1 V I K1 A x he 'L Q . x 1 4 x X ' N CVT . X y x x ' x 1. I i x L'- lf A yi V A I ' I , . V. . 'All l Page filly-five r fl e ' x - LA C i x l A X Work on the onnuol storted soon ofter groduotion with o Trip to the Greene Engroving Compony of St. Poul. Here Greg ond Ginny were presented with o dummy o book the some size of the onnuol used for the first rough drouft of The book. About October The senior pictures were scheduled ond soon ofter the Anokon photogrophy secr- son wos in full swing.The lost few doys before the tindl dectdline were recilly hectic but The book mode it in on Time. Mory dnd Ronnie were the Endn- ciol broins of the ounnuol. l-fondling The neorly 55,000 involved in The Anokon wos no smoll Tosk. But never once did it seem hopeless to them. There were some bod moments like the time Greg wos responsible for The ruin of Twenty senior pictures ond Ginny blithely cut the full poge homecoming spreod of Dorlene ond Bob on inch too short. But everything come to ci successful completion, ond Mr. Johnson bore up wonderfully under The stroin. To help in the mony duties involved, committees were formed such os the one on Seniors, Activities, Sports, Administrotion, Closses, ond Stenogrophic. Morge Schwondt heoded The Senior Committee con- sisting of Ruth I-loyek, Chuck Crondoll, Wendell Beckmon, ond Joyce Houck. These you con thonk for the cute soyings, Morilyn Meyer, Mickey Pipenhogen, Goy McDeormon, Dollos Burns, Deonno Noll, ond Joon Anderson did cill the work of the Activities section, identifying club members under choirmon Ellie Meyer, who hod o terrific time identifying the seventh grode girls. Jock Blesi, our oce reporter on the locctl poper, heoded up the Sports section working with Colleen Kerns, Skip Rither, Bob Boord, Dove Lorson, ond Bill Norlund. Kay McCouley os choirmorn ond Scully Scorborough ond John Look got oll the vitol stdtistics obout those very necessdry teochers, while Dorlo Von Doke, Dono Borrett, dnd Stewort Loird, choirmon, took core of identifying cull the closses. All copy, ond there wos o lot, wus typed by our steno- grophic committee with choirmon, Vyonne Cole, dnd Doris Wolton, Jonet Livgord, Jonet Burke, Morilyn Peek, Morlys Conger, Bernocleno Swing, Solly Kukoir, ond Morgel Driscoll. And let's not forget the mony seniors who helped Ronnie ond Mory get subscriptions, sell hot dogs on cold footboll nights, ond popcorn during bosketbdll seoson. IT would be a hard iob To re- member The day when Marilyn Peek or RuTh Hayek, The co-ediTors of This year's Anokahi, didn'T have a pass To geT ouT aT school To do someThing Tor The paper. Marilyn ard RuTh, wiTh The help oT David Larson, Their business manager, vorked hard To geT ouT The nine issues. PaT ElieTT was The exchange ediTor in charge of geTTing The paper To oTher schools. Mrs. Lillard gave valuable assisfance during her hrsT year as adviser. This year's paper had The larg- esT sTaTT of TeaTure wriTers iT has ever had. Colleen Kerns, Marge SchwandT, and JoAnn Reynolds Took care of The gossip and The laTesT jokes in Their column, Comio Camics ', Ellie Meyer and Dee Noll wroTe original want ads Tor Their column, Deel's Classified Ads , Margel Driscol and Marlys Conger inTroduced The seniors To us in Senior SeT , Joyce l-lauck and Gay McDearmon Tound ouT The opinions of The sTudenTs in Roving Re- porTer , Kay McCauley provided us wiTh loTs oT laughs in Non-Sense , while Nancy Schlafge and Ginny Chase capably handled a column on The laTesT in The liTerary and plaTTer world, Books and Records. The sporTs wriTers, Ricky Duerr, Bill Blesi, Tony Larson, Richard Reynolds, STewarT Laird, Wendell Beckman, and Ronnie Strand, did a commend- able iob of covering The games and oTher sporTs evenTs. The highlighTs oT The newspaper year were The inTroducTion of The sTudenTs To The new school, a special homecoming ediTion, exclusive inferviews wiTh award winners, and a special poll of The seniors To pick The ouTsTanding members of The class. In addiTion The paper was one column wider Than lasT year's and iT had more and beTTer picTures. All of This wiTh The Hne iob done by The reporTers, Ann Tammi, Erna Lincoln, Myrfice Reed, Koryne Kaneski, Nancy Norlund, Mary Henning, Sallie Scarborough, Sally Kukar, Ginny Jacobson, Marilyn Keillor, Gail PeTerson, JaneT Livgard, MargareT l-lunT, LoreTTa PeTerson, Sharon Opem, Marilyn Dahlheimer, Mardeen Johnson, Margo Pinney, Carole Johnson, Marilyn Hedford, and Darla VanDake, made This year's paper one of The best ever. ANOKAHI .J BAND Nlklnnnu -.. --... ,, REED ENSEMBLES ,PN .N BAND couNclL ht fs,-1, ENSEMBLES TWIRLERS, FIELD GENERAL. DRUM MAJOR . .1 f i sg its L A IX: L Q, . Wow! What a band! You may have heard someone say this or said it yourself about this year's terrific Anoka High School Band. lt may have been after a football game when they did some fancy maneuvering, after a basketball game when they pepped up the team and the crowd, or perhaps after the pop concert when they put you in the mood for eating all those delicacies. On every occasion the band won well-deserved applause and merited praise. W Mr. Morris E. Johnson, led the band and helped make it better than ever this year. lt was he who figured out those difficult formations for the marching at football games, and it was he who did the sweating to make the band sound its very best for the concerts. Mr. Johnson was assisted with some of his problems by a council of seven -the band council. It consisted of Mike Hagen, president, Jim Countryman, vice-president, Koryne Kaneski, secretary-treasurer, Gordon Swenson, senior representative, Dave Baugaus, iunior representa- tive, Dick Erickson, sophomore representative, and Dick Johnson, freshman representative. Their responsibility was to collect the money during the magazine drive and to supervise the pop concert. Enough said! They did a swell iob. A football game doesn't start until the band has per- formed its pre-game show. The visiting team's school song is played after which two lines are formed and Anoka Fight is sounded while the team appears. A horse-shoe is then formed with the playing of Tornado Rag around the team. The drum roll sounds at the kick-off, the game is under way. During the half, the band did its best high stepping and tricky marching! At one game it was to introduce dif- ferent instruments, and another time to introduce the team's fathers on Dad's Night. At half time the band put on a special show for Queen Sally and the visiting alumni. Halloween was another busy time for the organ- ization. During the afternoon parade, they marched through falling snow and at the night parade and foot- ball game over the wintry snowy ground, but high spirits and some iumping around kept them warm. During marching season, the band also took two trips. In September, they went to a University of Minnesota game where they marched and played with the other bands attending. ln October, they traveled to the White Bear game where they entertained the crowd at half'time and did a bit of cutting-up after the game. During concert season, everything started to hum. Marches had to be learned for the basketball games and over- tures had to be practiced for the different concerts given by the band. Contest time was another most important event. At the music Festival and the District Solos and Ensembles Con- test, which were held at Anoka this year, the band mem- bers outdid themselves. Later at the State Music Contest, the long hours of practice paid off amolv. CHORUS V H ' I , ' ' 'N ,,:, - .. E ,V .f,,,.:. . - 1 i I ff? V ,az-ll 5 GIRLS OCTETTE CHESTS OUT GIRLS!! !!! This is a familiar phrase which echoes from the music room during the first hour. The order is from director, Miss Ruth Hallen- berg, to the chorus or to the many smaller en- sembles drawn from the larger group. One hundred and five members make this year's organization the largest Anoka High School has had. Starting the year off, the chorus presented their first concert in the new school as the annual Christmas concert held on Saturday, December 12. In a scene of lighted trees, they sang a Christmas cantata, The Nativity, accompanied by Helen Garvey. Dave Mason and Kay McCauley were the soloists in O Holy Night, and Dave Mason, George Zu- bulake, and Bob Potter sang the three wiseman parts in We Three Kings. The mixed octette, the girls' triple trio, and the boys' octette also contrib- uted talents to this beautiful program with such selections as: This Christmas Morning, Mary's Lullaby, A Flemish Carol, Bring A Torch, Jeannette, lsabella, All Blessing, Honor, Thanks, and Praise, and Hear Thou Our Prayer, O Lord. During the week preceding Christmas vacation the holiday spirit was created by carolling in the halls during the first and sixth hours. On the last day, the entire chorus repeated their Christmas concert for the entire student body. Everyone thought it an appropriate send-off to the holiday season vaca- tion. In keeping with the season, a few members of the chorus carolled at the Anoka State Bank during Christmas vacation. Busy shoppers took time. off to listen to age-old carols piped out into the streets by a loud speaker. In April Anoka became the host to District 16's an- nual music contest. Each band and chorus was critically iudged and soloists had an opportunity to show the results of their long hours of practice. Win- ners from this contest went on to the state where Anoka, as expected, received its share of the cov- eted A's. But the season was still not over. In April the chorus presented the annual Spring Con- cert where they sang Happy Wanderer, Praise We, Sing to Thee, Rise, Arise, Born to be Happy, and Nobody at Home, u QI HOME EC CLUB President, Joanne Millerf Secretary, Sharon Guy, Vice president, Karen Mattson, Treasurer, Jeannette Miller Adviser, Miss Finnernan. Fifth row: J. Larson, l. Choui nord, H. Johnson, V. Cole, l. Rybak, S, Moore, M. Lan dru, M. Ekstrom. Fourth row: N, Hall, B. Krause, M. Driscoll, J. Hagen, V. Springer, J. Lawrence, J. Ryd- holm, M. Beck. Third row: J. Larson, B. Gayda, B, Huck enpoehler, B. Jackson, J. Miller, J. Miller, P. Gay, V Lewis, Second row: M. Frischmon, C. Hoppe, D. Larson C. Reclrnan, D. Blaska, K. Mattson, C, Leider. First row M. DeMors, K, Barrett, J. Sower, V. Brock, M. Peterson M. DeMars, S. Huss, D, Fredricks. ROOTERS CLUB President, Ellie Meyer, Vice-president, Eunice Anderson Secretary-treasurer, Jean Wrabek. Fifth row: D. Gleason S. Moore, P. Eliett, C. Peterson, E. Kochton, S. Saori, L Lappe, V, Jacobson, P. Peart. Fourth row: E. Wagner C. Nordberg, E. Johnson, M. Conger, H. Paulson, G McDearmon, M. Reed, E. Ricker, J. Wrabek, J. Ander son. Third row: S. Opem, M. Pinney, l. Koussouni, K Kaneski, E. Bauer, M. Johnson, N. Paul, J. Fredrickson K. Hanley. Second row: B. Rand, D. Fournier, V, Kish J. Engels, P. Gay, S. Scarborough, M. Sawvel J. Rey' nolds, M. Schwandt, M. Runquist. First row: D. Noll, D Noll, M. DeMars, K. Braucht, M. Barker, J. Moran, D Bulen, G. Dern, M, Burke. Page sixty--two F.F.A. President, Jim Gleason, Vice-president, Mentred Peter- son, Secretary, Clif? Gillund, Treasurer, Gene McCall, Reporter, Gene Witte, Sentinel, Neil Guimont. Fifth row: G, Sonterre, D. Breyen, R. Rootes, B. Loucks, M. Erickson, L. Johnson, G. Witte, B. Erickson, N. Guimont. Fourth row: J. Frazee, W. Leger, D. VanDake, K. Gelle, M, Peterson, D. Breyen, L, Hulegaard, W. Clarke, D. Vialm, K. Peterson, Third row: G. McCall, L. Griep, B. True, V. Leger, T, Frazee, R. Kendall, D. Russell, J. O'Donnell, D, Schollian, L. Bauers. Second row: R. Lage, W. Bengston, A. Sweezo, E, Cox, J. Bailey, M. Blorngren. A. Scott, G. Palmer, G. Boelter, R. Berthiaume. First row: J. Randall, D. Millard, A. Berthiaume, V. Veyea, C. Gelle, R. Hughes, G. Boos, P. Thedens, Mr. Hammer. JUNIOR RED CROSS President, Sandra Saari, Vice President, Daxe Larson Secretary, Carol Warn, Treasurer, Stewart Laird, Advis- er, Miss Melby. Fifth row: S. Laird, D. Larson, D. Gilson P, Warning, R. Adler, R. Edberg, J. Nelson, B. Schir: mers, L. Dehn. Fourth row: N. Hall, L. Meyers, S. Saari C. McCauley, D. Van Dake, G. Gilleen, S. Guy, P. Gay Third row: J. Miller, J. Miller, M. Frischmann, J. Wrabelc C. Warn, V. Lewis, B. Rand, V. Chose, N. Schlafge Second row: K. Macko, B. Bonde, M. Dammar, H. Hyden P. Mullen, S, Micheau, D. Lindfors, M. Mack. First row J. Thorner, A. DeJarlais, J. Cater, B. Lindquist, Shoenrock, V. Brock, J. Herberg, G. Peterson, S. Larson Hi-C CLUB Co-Presidents, Phyllis Murphy and Carol Bucholdt, Sec retary-Treasurer, Sharon Opem. Fourth row: M. Meyer P. Murphy, J. Look, S, Soari, N. Norlund, J. Keillcr Third row: M. Conger, M. Hedforcl, J. Werner, R. Palm er, S. Opem, C. Buchaldt. Second row: M. Dammar, M Tischmann, M. Pinney, V. Chase, N. Schlafge. First row D. Adoltson, C. Warn, B. Edwards, J. Sower, D. Walton D. Schoenrock. LIBRARY CLUB President, Kathleen Murney, Vice President, Margo Fin ney, Secretary, Pat Elieft, Treasurer, Janet Livgard Adviser, Miss Goodner, Fifth raw: P. Elieft, J, Johnson K. Peterson, M, Hedford, V. Cole, M. Landru, R. Edberg K. Murney, B. Day. Fourth row: M. Lincoln, L. Dehn, C McCauley, S. Saari, L. Lappe, J. Hagen, M. Peek, N Norlund, J. Livgard. Third row: J, Headley, P. Reed A. Morphew, P. Dickenson, M, Sloan, M. De Mars, J Hanson, M. Henning, M. Beck. Second row: J, Miller M. O'Connor, B. Lindquist, M. Carlson, D, Voss, C VVal'n, S. Kukar, S. Scarborough, M, Pinney, D. Noll First row: J. Sower, J, Ottenstroer, J, Haemig, H, Hy- den, J. Herberg, S. Ellingson, M. Bculey, M. Lo Vigne D, Fredrickson. Page sixty three 1 IIAII Fourth row: M, Peterson, B. Potter, C. Wennerlund, K Kimberly, P. Sutterer, S, Lehmun, P. Moyo, R. Sowyer, A. Dohline. Third row: G. Herberg, J. Bernstein, R. Gott, G. Swenson, R. Toilette, S. Swanson, C. Gillund, G Witte. Second row: M. Weidenbcich, A. Scott, K. Lond borg, R. Duerr, G, Bergeron, D. Moson, S. Wilson, R. Rither, W. Horbol. First row: E. Brown, R. Wilson, G. Ellis, D. DeMors, L. McLoughlin, J, Bowers, J. Meod, T. Larson, C. Buzzell, JUNIOR ACADEMY OF SCIENCE Fourth row: W. Norluncl, L. Johnson, G. Jensen, S, Swanson, Third row: R, Lewis, D. Johnson J. Nelson, D. Look, T. Breckenridge. Second row: B, Sweet, S. Soori, C. McCauley, R, Duerr. First row: C. Johnson, M. Hen- ning, J. Hoeniig, V. Chose, N. Schlutge. .Q Q fwfr SCIENCE CLUB Fourth row: N. Homrin, P. Keillor, W. Norluncl, L. John son, G. Jensen, S, Swanson, K. Kimberly, M. Auspos Third row: R. Gott, L. Nisun, R. Lewis, D. Johnson, J Nelson, D. Look, T. Breclzenridge, M. Meyer, N, Nor lund. Second row: L. Meyers, L. Dehn, Bill Sweet, S Soori, C. McCouley, R. Duerr, A. Getchell, T. Bogren First row: Y. Erickson, M. Conger, L. Lopgie, C. Johnson M. Henning, J. Hciemig, V. Chose, N, Schlofge. THESPIANS Fourth row: C. Kerns, G. Allen, R. Rither, D. Larson. Third row: M. Driscoll, V. Jacobson, S. Saari, W, Beckman. Second row: M. Strand, R. Hayek, K. Kaneski, L. Dehn. First row: M. Schwandr, D. Noll, J. Houck, E. Meyer. fx, NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Fourth row: C. Crandall, M. Gamm, B. Eggleston, Look, S. Swanson, T. Breckenridge, J. Look, D, Larso S. Laird, G. Jensen, W. Norlund, D. Burns. Third row M. Peek, S. Guy, S. Sallberg, G. Bergeron, C. Peterso P. Eliett, G. Herberg, M. Hagen, W. Beckman, R. Rithe M. Meyer, Second row: G. Zubulake, M. Sawvel, l Kaneski, M, Reed, R. Hayek, V. Jacobson, M. Drisco M. Conger, C. McCauley, J. Livgard, N. Norlund, is Hedford. First row: D. Noll, M. Schwandt, H. Garve' E, Meyer, E. Anderson, N. Schlafge, V. Chase, B, Lim quist, S. Opem, M, Henning, R. Strand. NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY Fourth row: T. Breckenridge, K. Kimberly, G. Witte, S Lehman, B. Potter, P, Sutterer, A. Dahline. Third row B. Horbal, R. Rither, J. Gleason, B. Eggleston, C. Wen nerlund, S. Swanson, D. Toilette. Second row: T. Larson J. Herberg, G. Bergerson, B. Goff, B. Board, J. Blesi R. Duerr. First row: G, Zubulake, E, Brown, W. Cature J. Bowers, L. McLaughlin, J. Ernst, D. Board. Not pictured: Robert Erickson and Dick Erickson. C7 Q u' E to V 4 Q K SPANISH I President, Pot Peort, Vice President, Keren Barrett, Sec- retary, Berniece Fields, Treasurer, Judy Hogen, Adviser, Mrs. Hunt, Fifth row: C. Bron, S. Moore, S. Anderson, P. Miller, B. Witte, K. Weeks. Fourth row: C. Anderson, L. Loppe, J. Weeks, J. Keiiowo, B. Kohlen, P. Peort. Third row: J. Keillor, B. Hock, C. Norberg, J. Ripple, V. Stevenson, J. Hagen. Second row: S. Appleby, K. Barrett, N. Soupe, V. Lewis, J. Epps, B. Fields. First row: M. Stites, K. Stuart, G. Peterson, H. Garvey, E. Smith, P. Trover. SPANISH II President, Noncy Schlcitge, Vice President, Mory Hen- ning, Secretory and Treasurer, Joon Hoening, Adviser, Mrs. Hunt, Fifth row: A. Getchell, J. Prodohl, J. Urcigo, D. Bongeron, Fourth row: C. McCauley, J. Eoton, C. Johnson, V. Erickson. Third row: M. Henning, B. Linol- quist, S. Peltzer, M. Corlson. Second row: A. Loske, H. Poulson, K. Mattson, S. Scarborough, G. McDec1rmon. First row: J. Hoening, N. Schlofge, D. Broly, S. Lind- strom. WM gwxfffyf yr . ,W WWW ,,7W!,,f,,,W rwifrrf if ,,fW'. M Page sixty-six DEBATE CLUB President, Virginia Jacobson, Vice President, K. Mc- Cauley, Secretary, Phyllis Gay, Treasurer, John Look Fifth row: D. Look, R. Adler, R. Peterson, R. Edberg J. Nelson. Fourth row: J. Look, C. Crandall, N. Hall C. McCouley, L. Lappe. Third row: R. Lambrecht, B. Blassingham, S. Saari, V. Jacobson, P. Dickenson Second row: P. Gay, J. Blassinghcim, V. Chase, K. Macko, S. Guy. First row: C. Warn, J. Whitte, M. Dalhiemer, M. Burke, L. Lappe. SQUARE DANCE CLUB President, Judy Reno, Vice President, Gail Shannon Secretory-Treasurer, George Dutty, Fifth row: K. Ross G, Shannon, D. Barnett, C. LeRiCheux, A. Parent, G Dutty, R. Pierce, J. Bengston, G, Bernhagen, G. Bever P. Dahlgren. Fourth row: J. Smith, B. Ridge, J, Pfleider H. Kovar, F. Williams, B. Skinner, J. Moore, B. Kinney M. Freer, N. Gregory, C. Biore. Third row: D. Soley, M Olson, L. Fredrickson, S. Nicklow, N. Jackson, M. Carl- son, N. Page, L. Beuhler, E. Rootes, E. Peek, C. Glo waki, J. Corbin, Second row: J. Madsen, M. Roden, B Dill, J. Bauer, B. Gingery, L. Hoel, A. Martineau, B. Patchen, M. McAdams, L. Bray, A. Ness, D. Durbin First row: R. Rarick, M. Bennett, J. Reno, D. Koons, M Conway, B, Harmen, J. Sallberg, M. Sunquist, B. Pauli son, P. Petty, D, Wennerlund, M. Sanden, J. Schultz. SQUARE DANCE CLUB Sixth row: P. Erickson, N. Erickson, B. Weekes, A. Krough, D. Giddings, D. Poate, J. Lund, G. Horbal, G. Janiak, J. Walter. Fifth row: H. Kimberly, L. Hoggatt, A. La Plant, B. Martin, S. Krszizaniek, G, Schoutel, T. Krohne, D. Blaska, M. Bennett, B. Bodick. Fourth row: S. Nelson, C. Gibson, R. Swenson, J. Bauer, J. Swan- loerg, J. Rouillord, C. Thorner, B. Bacon, J. Cox, D. An- derson. Third row: M. Elliot, J. Hogan, D. Richeson, S. Rohl, M. Adams, G. Sunquist, L, Sogge, B. Johnson, A. Runnels, S. Krszizaniek. Second row: J. Weekes, M. Sanden, E. Petty, S. Gregorson, D. Olson, G. Gale, R. Gayda, K. Krough, A. Hagen, J. Erickson. First row: D. Reuter, J. Price, N. Pitchtord, D. Johnson, A. Duerr, W. West, R. Gardine, J. Stewart, J. Millard, L. Szyp- linski, D, Stevens. Page sixty-seven 1 CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP President, Judy Peterson, Vice President, Dorothy Koons Secretary, Betty Gerber, Treasurer, Eldon Miller, Ad viser, Mr. Johnson. Third row: S. Allen, R. Gustafson D. Erickson, C. Granstrom, E. DeJarlais, B. Kinney, L. Rodgers, J. Moore, J. Bledsoe. Second row: M, Collins, B. Runnels, C. Watson, D. Erickson, E. Miller, C. Clark J. Peterson, E. Lewis. First row: G. Gerber, J. Jepson, K Erickson, S, Miller, I. Walton, B. Gerber, D. Koons, M. Lewis, C. Schoenrock. TALENT CLUB President, Eldon Miller, Vice President, Gary Cooper Secretary, Susan Scales, Treasurer, Darlene Hathaway Adviser, Miss Pefraborg. Third row: C. Clark, D. Soley, F. Lewis, L. Christison, L. Edwards, G. Cooper, B. Martin J. Ben ston Second row: N Sawyel, R. Johnson M. Q . . , Conway, C. Gunzel, D. Hathaway, S. Scales, K. Nelson E. Miller, R. Gayda. First row: A. Wolfe, J. Cottingham C. Jones, P. McGuire, D. Peltzer, D. Ladley, E. Merhiy G. Krol. Page sixty-eight SCIENCE CLUB President, Daniel Bennett, Vice President, Mike Ereer, Secretory, Martha Conway, Treasurer, George Dulty Adviser, Mrs. Bowers. Third row: B. Weeks, M. Ereer C. LeRicheux, G. Dufty, N. Erickson, D. Peat, G. Horbal Second row: R. Swenson, M. Adams, R. Eroberg, E De Jarlais, E. True, L. Edwards, C. Larson. First row D, Reuter, R. Lahn, M. Conway, C. Watson, D. Richard son, L. Bray, D. Youngner, J. Bauer. ROOTERS' CLUB President, Vern McGonagle, Vice President, Mary Wat- son, Treasurer, Judy Erickson, Secretary, Jim Pfleider. Eighth row: K. Ross, B. Ridge, G. Shannon, D. Durbin T. Eckman, D. Soley, S. Nicklow, J. Solberg, M. Sund quist, J. Bauer, G. Bever, M. Rodent, J. Mattson, J Shultz. Seventh row: T. Price, N. Page, D. Koons, A. Reynolds, J. Reno, P. Foster, A, La Plant, J. James, B, Johnson, G. Gale, B. Martin, M. Elliot, J. Hogan, M. McAdams Sixth row: J. Price, J. Goodrich, C. Gibson S. Rohl, J. Hodgkins, J. Weeks, D. Olson, S. Gregorson C. Moran, M. Bennett, B. Bodick, J. Corbitt, K. Kragh R. Gayda Fifth row: M, Carlson, J. Moore, J. Peterson S. Nelson E. Petty, B. Braucht, R. Bickford, P. Erickson J. Johnson, H. Kimberly, C. Hendrick, J. Millard, D Frank, M. Latgren. Fourth row: B, Gerber, C. Granstrom S. Miller, W. La Bohn, M. Dorholt, A. Hedley, F. Wel hausen, G. Martinson, S, Johnson, D. Stott, J. Walters, W. Blaska, A. Perrent, G. Duffy. Third row: J .Smith, L Edwards, S. Mills, M. O'Keefe, E. Hulegard, A. Hagen P. LaBonde, B. Larson, A. Hutson, G. Sodman, E. Olson S. Ripple, B. Owens, N. Buleri. Second row: B. Skinner M. Cass, C. Anderson, J, Jepson, E. Bellows, R. Mon tague, J. Hall, S. Luke, C. Stagora, B. Olexa, R. Schla gel, C. Smith, S, Scales, S. Dingman. First row: M. Lar son, B. Olson, L. Opem, S. Syring, K. Ostlund, V, Mc Gonagle, M. Watson, J. Pfleider, J. Erickson, B. Pierce J. Mead, B. Weber, G. Stenglein, J. Lund. I TALENT CLUB President, Eldon Miller. Vice President, Gary Cooper Secretary, Susan Scales, Treasurer, Darlene Hathaway Adviser, Miss Petraborg. Third row: C. Clark, D. Soley F. Lewis, L. Christison, L. Edwards, G. Cooper, B. Martin J. Bengston. Second row: N. Sawyel, R. Johnson, M Conway, C. Gun , Hathaway, S. Scales, K. Nelson E. Miller, R. G als irst row: A, Wolfe, J. Cottingham C. Jones, P. Gui' efUD. Peltzer, D. Ladley, E, Merhiy G. Krol. X L ' if U. ' A ' ' N. L U f i 1 'X i M ' lf iq ffl' EQDEJWJGE U6 VX! A db Q1 V W4 if i it Q if A Q. Vit J ,fe X, WVU l A 1 X W f i' ' X L ,, ,if f i 'K Hoiins sc tlus Advisor, Mrs. Small. Third row: T. Woodward, R. Mal- lory, J. Morphew, L. Bray, M. Adams, S. Davis, M. Bruno, E. De Jarlais, J. Kozlowski, N. Bonde. Second row: M. Wadell, J. Jorgenson, M. Sanden, S. Kuklish, M. Peter- son, M. Olson, B. Hobart, J. Keillor, E, Amies, K, Nelson. First row: P. Petty, M. Bicktord, V. Chrysler, R. Paddock, R. Martin, M. Sanden, R. Palmer, E. Petty, D. Hunt, J. Breyen. Page sixty-nine if Q ' . , ' - Ls- y fa-5. ' Qi' i L5 my ,gn .-,,'ff,23 -n L. af I K q fig! X plus QM W . Q. , Q,jqxJ'if 4 -Q54 7513? fx. , - ? ?,25'Wffv ga X Ziff f W2 sh 3 1 i 3 i 2 5 rg s 'Dwi-A Q Ly .wa :5 f fee mi' Xwkwk- V ii-259 a iffy: QIQA , 1 21 H Q vit? K , fl f 'fiiiif V 1 . Qyxfx 7,53 Yf V' E I N? Y. Q i 'Q f ,iwfwp S 5 .l f .1 QI 'V I ' rf 'IM 4 'lv ,Z f 5, 1' ' 1 rv f L' :W 2 -A z 5 if ,X A ,,L, W A ! I 1, fig 5- - J XV fl 51 'le J 1 Y , 3' Sf 1.-3, -- f ew .- N ' lfvf -s ' '.,1v fl, 5, W . 1 'V 5. 5 11 kjgf 3,!'a! if sf' ' . 'FV a K Q H Q K 3,39 f fi JE sg 2 J - c- 2 1 5- f ? gf Kgs 3. 3, , wi, 1.3, x My f I Q f , H 51 f'7XH y 1 1 4 4. , L 9 , gftigjiyl iff-' , VfEf'xf EfX xfHff w 1. X .X Qi F1 ' f 52195 W rigs 52' Ay 5: R 3 'X 1 X ji 13 4 i? Q F 1 . t . 3, V , ,i , 3 3 5 Vg 2. enxgfyxxzxf jx X X ' f A TT' ' ' K 17 1 1 , f 1 Q 1 f A,Q ii' 1 is tg? X x:.g Ak Ky!! Q Q 5 2 g im- f HMV A S 5 S fT'i5siL L 2 'f , i , y V pw L, ,A wx I Lil 1 E Y 5 X Vffrfjfiiii, ,.', A '1 15352232 A 5 ! f A n I ' an kwKu,1iV.f1'4f' ,f 1 1 3 , SgN E 2 I . LQ if L was H s K MCJVVC1 5GWvel Snoron Goss Joonne Reynolds Christine Greene Colleen Kerns Rosie Poyeife Moriorie Schvvonclf CHEERLEADERS Anito DeJorlis Jeon Wrobek Deonno Flint K' , I, X - ,' Y , , Y V. - ,, 1. .A., v lNTRAMuRA L svoms .hxt , ,X , V, , u K PX cfjfyu 1 v, My U QW f +1 mv X .L KHP 1: NI K G. A.A. The Girls' Athletic Association, or just plain G.A.A. as it is usually called, is a reminder to most of the girls in Anoka High School of sports and fun. Under the guidance of Miss lvlerrywayne Ridge, the physical education teacher, and the leadership of Myrtice Reed, president, the G.A.A. had an activity packed year. ln the fall a council of fourteen senior high girls were elected to start planning the year's activities. The council with Myrtice Reed at its head in- cluded Ivlarlys Conger, vice-president, Joan Anderson, sec- retary, Ginny Chase, treasurer, Margo Pinney, soccer, Gail Gillet, health charts, Eileen Johnson, rhythm, Jean Wra- beck, minor sports, Katherine Peterson, basketball, Marge Schwandt, volleyball, Sally Scarborough, softball, Sharon Opem, bowling, Nancy Schalfge, roller skating, Elaine Kochton, swimming, and Pat Elieff, tennis. The season started with an informal initiation and mixer. All the girls that were initiated admitted they had never been so thoroughly messed up. Dancing proved to be one of the most popular G.A.A. activities, and every Monday after school, the cafeteria was filled with girls enjoying the polka, scottische, or a square dance. Did you get your eight hours of sleep last night? If you did, be sure and mark it on your health chart. These health charts helped the girls keep a check on many im- portant health habits. Twenty-hve points were received on completion of the chart. Jump ball ! is something you might hear coming from the gym after school during basketball season. There is always a good turn-out for basketball as it seems to be the favorite sport of most everyone. It was a tense and exciting moment when Jerry Frazee and lvlarnette Tigue were crowned Sno Ball King and Queen at the annual Christmas Dance, which its club spon- sored jointly with the boys' A Club. Eight teams to bowl after school were formed this year. Starting in December, they continued on through the spring months. Page seventy-four The various G.A.A. activities are financed through dues collected from members and the profits derived from selling refreshments at every other home basketball game. To climax the season, the annual Mother's and Daugh- ter's Banquet was held this spring, an event always looked forward to by the girls. The mothers are honored and the new girls are formally initiated. The big surprise of the evening came when the name of next year's president, a carefully guarded secret, was revealed. And thus ended another eventful year in the history of the G.A.A. of Anoka High School. Fourth row: P. Elieh, K. Peterson, E. Kochton, E. Peter-A son. Third row: M. Conger, C. Peterson, S. Sallberg G. Gilleen. Second row: M. Reed, S. Opem, J. Wro: beck S Scarborough J Anderson First row M Pinne 1 - , . . : . y, V. Chase, N. Schlaige, M. Schwandt. President, Myrtice Reed, Vice-president, Morlys Conger Secretory, Joan Anderson, Treasurer, Virginia Chase Fifth rcw: D. Gilson, S, Moore, M. Blesi, M. Landru, P Eliefi, K. Peterson, E. Kochton, P. Peart. Fourth row: L Wagner, C. Nordberg, M. Conger, S. Sallberg, Y, Thore- son, C, Johnson, M. Paulson, J, Headley, C. Ricker, G Gilleen, S. Guy, Third row: P. Gay, J. Engles, D. Four' nier, K. Kaneski, S. Scarborough, G. McDeorman, S Opem, E, Alarcon, M. Pinney. Second row: E, Anderson C. Warn, B. Rand, K. Hanley, J. Fredrickson, N. Paul M. Johnson, C. Bowers, M. Runquist, V. Kish. First row J. Haemig, A. Gamble, D. Schoenrock, M. Dahlheimer D. Bulen, B, Anderson, M. Ringhond, M. Burke, M. Bork er, D. Noll, P. Harttlel. Fifth row: M. Landru, C. Kerns, J. Kari, N. Hall, B Krouse, M. Price, D. Ostlund, C. Peterson, S. Hall Fourth row: M. Mayo, J. Weaver, S. Guy, S. Sallberg J. Cater, K. Lindfors, A. DeJarlais, D. Blaska, C. Red- man. Third row: C. Bucholclt, E. Anderson, J. Hauck, K Brindle, D. Barrett, B. Paul, S. Appleby, S. Talbot, B Hovind. Second row: P. Vetsch, C. Greene, P. Mullen J. Rydeholm, B. Huckenpoehler, B. Jackson, C. Warn M. Leicler, V. Chase. First row: N. Schlafge, A. Gamble G. Shake, B. Fields, J. Herberg, M. Ringhand, D. Adolph- son, A. Wolfe, L, Ernst. r Page seventy Eve N C 1 X' - Q I If U 'Q QW' J, .W my rw W f T' Wa I4-1 ff fs! X Z3 3' 45 Q' 0 X ig -zg' 1 'Nr X 1 q,Qg , K , H aw., -.Mu That loud crock you heard from the football field on one of those hot, sticky, and humid August days was one of the backs being slaughtered by a huge swarm of hard- working linemen. Football practice was in session in preparation for a new season. The little fellow who seemed to be just about everywhere on the field was Coach Nelson whipping his boys into shape for the first game with the assistance of Lifesaver Mullaney and Mr. Lappin, re- splendant in bright red pants. After a period of hard work which included several scrimmages with other schools, the Tornadoes plunged into the regular season. The result of the first three games were discouraging, but a spirit of dig and die began to per- vade the squad and soon brought results. Four games in a row were now chalked up as Tornado victories. But then it happened! On o fateful October 32 Halloween game Alexander Ramsey flew in on their broomstick and swep Anoka for a 20 to I3 defeat. That beautiful Pumpkin Bovi trophy now rests in strangers' hands. Coach Lappin and Rubis trained the B squad consist ing mostly of sophomores and semi-iuniors. Although i lacked experience, it showed much promise in that it los only two of the six games played. That three A members, Co-captain Skip Rither, Bi Horboll, and Greg Bergeron were honored by beinq chosen for the annual Suburban League Conference is ni little recognition of the team's prowess. Throughout th season the boys of both squads played with the sam ideals and spirit of sportsmanship that are traditional i Anoka. il A ine group of scrappy freshmen and eighth graders, under the guidance of the coaches, James Alley and Charles Zwiener, formed a freshman football team. Al- though this football program was new to Anoka this year, there were altogether thirtyvfive boys on the squad. Using the Split'T system, the freshmen got off to a good start by sweeping three scheduled games. In the first game, which was considered the toughest, the Junior Tornadoes outfought a team from So. St. Paul to the tune of T4-6. The second game, with Alexander Ramsey, ended in the surprisingly fast, the Junior Anokans rolled over a tough little Moundsview team by the score of Qi-O. A few interesting facts resulted from this first season of freshman football. First of all, many boys proved them- selves to be good prospects for future varsity play. Sec- ondly, the team was never stopped on the line of scrim- mage. They made at least 3 yards on every play. And finally, they showed ability to dominate their opponents. The first experimental year of freshman football proved to be a tremendous success. cal score of I4-6, Finally, after having rounded into The Varsity squad boasts a two-hundred fifty pounder while the Bombers claim the pee-wee, who tips the scales at iust one hundred. But what this plucky group lacks in weight and experience they make up for in spirit and determination. Coaches Wagner and Mcliibbon saw to it that each boy was given the best chance to develop his Kwai ability. Between fifty and sixty players turned out each night to go through the arduous process of learning the essentials of team work. Although no scheduled games were played, the boys gained much by learning the basic principles. Page seventy-nine Sully Scarborough FOOTBALL HOMECOMING ind, Jcmef Miller, Colleen O'Keefe, Phyllis x ' 'A fa 'X RTP: N55 Ks, . 7 -:af W M2 M. .i?ZQ'EaQizg 1 . -.exig1Q.g41.YzJ'5: ' 1 -Q .-4 Lngrgwifql wmv, -M ? I 4 3 in 'm'4yf'f4z0 QfWf'ff'1f'T:i745i'f f, ft 1 im- 5 ,I 'Y , . 'li?fEfS.fr5iEfg , ' s3ii+5?Q: , g'is'f -- ' g it , . 'ffggw ' .V S , . 1, EN Q 'iii ' -we Q-Q52 -,if up ' ' A, f .. Af wid wif , ,gs ,A,, M E no e i . 5 'X V 1 V 5 w . X 5 7? Q if 3 4 my , 3 ,? 4 , K 4: ' g,,,53, H xi ., .' '. - -'IFS!i::fS:?5Zi:5!fi5SZsE-L J H' ' , . gs ,wk Q4 , , f , nf' , . ., M 13, 1,2 K A .L fig, , wf s1gfiIl45ffvs ' ' 4 s A, 7 , , A 1 X ' ' ' A iii A-Wiif' 435- N , f N4QVWQ1ff '?f'Q?4 ' . i , , V 1 yew N Q Y x ', S L 'f mx K .1 Y ' K lv lx V I ' 5 Q I fb vt- 4, ., A 3, , ,' . 'iw- w , H H 5 ,Ef i fxf I Z X' 'ff z f f. , ' ' ' - K. Y Zigi' 5 4, :isa 'Qi nj. I 1 .1 lk X 1 , 1 1 ' , sv 4 , 'ff ,, , ,.,. .,., . ,, W .1 f- f zz M 1. MB wr I eff? M, '-z 'v ' g,f,,f4zwwKs2 gy33 f - , ww' ,,. f f .-: .MW K ws. ' ., fin- 7. ,nk - U, f' is , zu ,xv 2 , . M, , , ,LV, Ufk, W L,,, L.,m,,,f1 ,y,iiQ,7,L ,L , 7 K, .,,,,,,,,.,,,4,,.. , Y HHN 1 an The T954-55 version of the Anoka High School Basket- ball Team made a creditable showing this season as they hnished with il wins and il losses, including District T6 Tournament play. in the Suburban Conference season, the Basketeers ended with a 7-7 record, which was good for Hfth place in the conference standings. They won twice from Alexander Ramsey and White Bear, split in two games with West St. Paul, Hastings, and Stillwater, and lost twice to Columbia Heights and So. St. Paul. In District io games, including the Tournament, the Tornadoes ended with 4 wins and 3 losses, as they beat Cambridge twice, handed Elk River and Braham one loss apiece, lost once to Ogilvie, and were set back twice to Milaca. The annual Christmas vacation game, played on December 28th with Coleraine, resulted in another setback by the score of 53-49. Although the season's record was average, there were many distinctive accomplishments made by our hard-work- ing cagemen. Chuck Wennerlund and Dick Erickson, Anoka's solid one-two punch, who are both just sopho- mores, played major roles in this year's chapter of Anoka basketball history. Wennerlund won the Suburuban Con- ference Scoring Championship and Erickson placed thir Bob Potter and Jim Vaught, the two starting seniors, al: got their share of points as they both played Hne bc throughout the season. Jim Bowers, another sophomor played very well at the other starting spot. The Tornadoes went all out in the last two games of tl regular season to obtain the admiration of a good mar people besides the regular Anoka fans. In the Homecomir tilt, they crushed White Bear to the tune of 55-24. lt wi one of the most one-sided games of the year and helps make the first Winter Homecoming in the new school huge success. And hnally, in the last conference game the year, the Tornadoes really came into their own. It wi the most thrilling game of the season as the Anoka cage fought out a 59-58 win, The victory was very sweet as not only evened the series between the teams on the yec but also knocked the Ponies out of the title race. Ano' won a lot of friends in Columbia Heights that night. All in all, it was a good season. Coach Jack Campbi did a fine job in developing one of the youngest tear Anoka ever had, We can look forward to some prospero years in the near basketball future of Anoka High Schof The road was a little rocky for this year's B squad, but they came out with 8 Wins and lO losses during the season, Under the capable leadership of Coach Bill Wana- maker, the team developed into a solid outfit as they proved themselves in the last game of the season. Aveng- ing a defeat at the hands of Stillwater earlier in the season, the Anoka cagers vvon a vvell-earned 48-47 battle over the pesky Ponies. lt was a real thriller as the Tornadoes outscored their opponents 4-3 in an overtime period. There vvere only two other teams in the Conference that suffered defeats at the hands of a hghting, but inexperi- enced Anoka troupe. Both Hastings and White Bear were handed tvvo losses apiece as Alexander Ramsey, Columbia Heights, West St. Paul, and So. St. Paul each tamed the Tornadoes tvvice, In District lo play the hoopsters defeated Elk River, Milaca, and Braham once apiece, and lost a very close game to Cambridge. Although on the surface the record does not shovv it, the season was successful. Coach Wanamaker accom- plished the sole purpose of o B squad, the development of future varsity players. Several boys received and made the most of much needed experience. Th roster included starters, Steve Scarborough, Chuck Buzzell, Ed Zurngable, Rudy Betlach, George Duffy, and Vern McGonagle. Gther boys who added much to the development of the team were, Dave Castle, Richard Castle, Les Nash, Jim Pfleider, Dick Tollette, John Walters, Bill Brock, Tom Pease, and Norman Peterson. Sophomores from the A squad sent to gain experience and to help out were Jim Bovvers, Steve Scarborough, Chuck Buzzell, and Rudy Betlach. On all of these boys rests the future of the varsity team. Their vast improvement has been very encouraging and there is every reason to believe that Anoka's basketball strength vvill be greatly improved in the next fevv years. nal' ,A -5 fm E.. 24:46. 11. , 'lifx'-W1 ' 'nafi Y 5' wt Y v A ' Fifa? ww J .. I V. c ,244 V. 'W' - 3 5 x 1 1 Q 55: Nm . -59 MW' My 'Q ffm , 'fi Z i I X x I BASKETBALL HOMECOMING Carole Meister, Lindo Sjodin, Janice Cater, Jecm VVrc:1bek, Koryme Koneski, Morlys Conger Bmw Qi. , GOLF TRACK Golf took on new light at Anoka in 1954 as the largest turnout of prospects in history, 30 boys, feed off under the direction of their new coach, Chuck Zwiener. Out of this large number, he picked his top eight boys, who in turn produced a 3-win, 5-loss record. The Tornadoes started their pitching and putting at South St. Paul, where they were defeated ll-4. Anoka played host to Ramsey and South St. Paul on May ll and defeated the first-year Ramsey team lOV2-4V2 but lost their second straight to South St. Paul, l5-3. Carn- The i954 Anoka thinclads enjoyed another successful season under their popular coach, Bill Wanamaker. The Tornadoes got off to a slow start dropping their first meet, a triangular, to Columbia Heights and South St. Paul. After this the team progressed rapidly and on May l2, the first home meet, Anoka downed Alexander Ramsey and Stillwater. The Maroon and Gray rolled up 56V2 points compared to l2amsey's 46V2 and Stillwater's 42. In the first annual Anoka Invitational, the Tornadoes finished i3 points behind first place White Bear, but well ahead of Mora and Princeton. Jim Bernstein led the way for Anoka with a first place in both the hurdle events. Other hrsts were won by Jim Gabrick in the high jump, Jerry Rogers in the 880, Chuck Buzzell in the mile and bridge came To Anoka The following clay and los? To The Tornadoes ll-4. On May T4, Anoka played a Triangular maTch and deTeaTed NorTh ST. Paul and losT To STillwaTer. Anoka losT Their lasT Two maTches of The season To STillwaTer and Ramsey. The Tornadoes finished Third in The Suburban and wenT on To capTure The DisTricT I6 TiTle, placing well ahead of Cambridge and Mora. Mr. Zweiner's firsT Tour men were Chuck Bowers, .lack Blesi, Dick WalTers, and Jim Pfleider. OTher leTTer winners included Jim Bowers, Dick TolleTTe, Chuck Larson, and John VValTers. . ff-v ernie Vevea and Larry Reid in The pole vaulT. AT The suburban meeT, held aT ST. Thomas, Anoka Took nurTh place wiTh Jim Gabrick gaining Anoka's only firsT la-ce. BernsTein, Bell, Rogers, Mor, Reid, and Vevea also laced. The Anoka cindermen broughT Their season To a success- il close aT ST. Cloud by capTuring The DisTricT i6 crown iTh a ToTal of 40 poinTs. CapTain, Fred Mor, was The pace- seTTer Tor The Tornadoes wiTh a HrsT in The 220 and a sec- ond in The lOO-yard dash. Buzzell, Rogers and Gabrick each earned a Tirsi place wiTh BernsTein placing second in boTh The high and low hurdles. Much deserved praise is in order Tor Mr. Wanamaker, a coach who believed in giving everyone a chance To prove wheTher or noT They had The capabilities To represeni Anoka. WRESTLING Tn order To be a wresTler of TirsT rank, one musT have To The Tullest degree The sTrengTh of a TooTball player, The speed oT a Track aThleTe, The agiliTy of a Tumbler, The co- ordinaTion of a conTorTionisT, and The bodily developmenf and physique oT a swimmer. The boys of The T954-55 Anoka wresTling squad possessed many of These qualifies which conTribuTed Toward building a sTaTe champion Team. On Tuesday, November 3OTh, The Anoka wresTling Team served noTice They were going To be one of The besT in The sTaTe by handing Robbinsdole iTs worsT deTeaT in many years 33-B. From Then on, Anoka Thoroughly Trouncec every opponenT wiTh The excepTion of a loss To OwaTonnc and winning a close one from VVayzaTa. In addiTion To a dual meeT record of eighTeen win: againsT one loss, The maroon and gray Grapplers wor Three Trophies-The Conference, The Regional, and The STaTe. These dual meeT records of The sfarling eleven indicaTe The Team's success. The Tremendous climax To a successful season was, of course, The courageous group of wresTlers who journeyed To MankaTo and came home wiTh The coveTed STaTe Cham- pionship Trophy. TT's a real TribuTe To Anoka's Three cham- pions To find each scoring more points in The sTaTe meeT Than any oTher wresTlers. Bob Board Topped all wresTlers securing T2 poinTs, Tollowed by Dick Board and Joe Kline each wiTh eleven. Blue EarTh champions each gaThered Ten. Page ninety Q Won-LosT-Tie Won-Los 95? E. Brown T7 T33ii B ScoTT T4 1 T033 H. Bird T8 T T383 B. Sodm'n 9 I TT23 J. Kline T9 O T453 S. Wilson T8 T T203 B. Board T9 O T544 B. Horbal T7 ' T27? D. Board T7 T T T65? T. Larson 5 HwT. .lim Mead 4 TT T HOCKEY BASEBALL When STan Nelson called pracTice lasT spring and looked over his squad, he Tound he had buT Two reTurning regulars. InsTead of giving up, he simply puT The Nelson Technique To work and moulded a fine Team of underclassmen ThaT gave Anoka iTs besT overall record in Tour years. The Tornado nine sTarTed The T954 season wiTh an impressive 5-3 vicTory aT Elk River. The nexT Three games Tound Anoka in a slump boTh oTTensively and defensively. Anoka momenTarily pulled ouT of Their slump and won very decisively i7-2 aT l-lasTings. The Tornadoes wroTe a successful ending To The Tinal chapTer of The Anoka baseball story by downing Their lasT Two opponenTs, Osseo I6-4 and STillwaTer 6-2. Anoka goT OFT To a good sTarT in The disTrTcT lo TournamenT by deTeaTing Cambridge 8-2, buT Then Tell vicTim To a good Elk River Team, 5-2. A record oT 7 wins and 7 losses broughT our baseball season To a close and leTT Ivlr. Nelson smiling happily yiTh nine reTurning leTTer- men Tor The 1955 season. 9, TQ. Q cm? The Anoka hockey Team had a Tairly successful season under The fine coaching of Mr. Alley. AlThough They are sTill relaTively unexperienced and had To compeTe in a Tough league, They gave an excellenT display of Their abiliTy and made consTanT improvemenT during The season. A number of games ThaT were losT in The lasT few minuTes would have been won if The Team had had enough pre- f vious experience. A new pee-wee hockey program has been sTarTed in The Junior High and should have a marked influence on nexT year's Team. ThroughouT The season The boys played To The besT of Their abiliTy and showed The high sTandards of sporTsman- ship TradiTional in Anoka. They ended The year by shuTTing ouT ST. Paul Park by 3-O. Page nineTy-one Not only their financial assistance but their friendly interest and good wish-es contributed in no small measure to the success of our book. A. C. 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Dedrick's Department Store De Luxe Cafe Don's Dairy Bar and Restaurant Downing Jewelry Duffy Lumber Company Ed and Ray's Skelly Service Ekwall Jewelers First National Bank Fr'ed's D-X Station Freeburg Fuel Company Frisch Department Store Gambles Goodrich Drug Company Green Insurance Agency Green's Cate-Greyhound Bus De Hastings' Shell Service HoFlman Electric Hoglund's Greenhouse Jackson Street Motors Jenson's Variety Store Board Grocery Beckenbach's Shell Station Birchview Motel Haytord Hardware, Plumbing and Johnson Drugs Leo's Super Market Page ninety-two ANOKA r, Inc. pot Zeig's Barber Shop CHAMPLIN COON RAPiDS Heating Jost Standard Service Larson's Confectionery Laundromat Self-Service Laundry Le Couq Studio Leo Finance Company Local Oil Company Main Motor Sales Company Mel's Barber and Beauty Shop Moyer's Grocery National Tea Nelson's Cafe North Street Cleaners Odegard's Olson Shoes Oswald's Cafe Patsey-Dawn Shop Paul La Plant, Bottle Gas Peterson-Pinney Company Peterson Pure Oil Peterson's Shoe Store Peterson's Standard Service Pierce Motel Quality Cleaners Ralph's Phillips 66 Red 81 White Store Red Owl Store Richard's Home Furnishings Rum River Lumber Company S 81 L Store Scarborough's Sparkl-e Cleaners State Bank of Anoka Taystee Food Shop Uptown Cafe Wally's Paint Supply Western Auto Winch-Milless Implement 8. 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