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"Who ordered the ham on rye without pickles?"
"Go to your room!"
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. . . I always get plenty of rest . . . I'm never suspicious
. . . I never get lost in a crowd
. . . I can Ioilow
. . . I have compleie control of
I d0n't get eeld feeI . . . I never lose my temper , . . l'm never afraid
. . . I can actually understand Mr. Horton's class
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the weight of a guinea pig heart.
Together, The Burdens
Can Be Lifted
In Mr. Colvin's very organized history classes, students were ex-
pected to behave as adults.
Social Studies and MathfScience teachers plotted ways to burden students - but never without "fair warning."
The road is long
With many a winding turn
That leads to
Who knovvs where?
Who knows where?
But l'm strong
Strong enough to carry on
l-le ainlt heavy,
He's my brother
So on we go
His welfare is my concern
No burden is he
We'II get there
- Russell and Scott
Learning how to relate required momemts of introspection.
Every relationship required an occasional violent confron-
Mary Blair contemplated the fate of humanity over an
"Farewell to you and the youth I have spent with you '
Your children are not your children.
They are the sons and daughters ot Life's longing for it-
They come through you but not from you,
And though they are with you yet they belong not to you.
You may give them your love but not your thoughts,
For they have their own thoughts.
You may house their bodies but not their souls,
For their souls dwell in the house of tomorrow,which you
cannot visit, not even in your dreams.
You may strive to be like them, but seek them not to make
them like you.
For lite goes not backward nor tarries with yesterday."
The Class of 1972
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"Your children are not your children."
"For lite goes not backward nor tarries with yesterday
There are golden apples to be picked
and green hills to climb
and meadows to run when you're young
There are roaring rivers to be crossed
and bridges to build
and wild oats to sow as you grow.
But later on the other side of time
the apples no longer taste sweet.
Bridges tall down. Meadows turn brown
as life falls apart
in a little room on Stanyan Street.
g - Rod McKuen: Stanyan Street
"Where have all the young girls gone?"
Fall Homecoming Royalty, 1971: Debbie Kent QSoph.j, Joyce Neuman CJr.J, Judy Mueller CSr.J, Queen Karen Dahlberg CSr.J, Cindy Cout-
ure CSLJ, Gwen Hougen QJr.j, Sandy Ramsay CSoph.j.
"Being Homecoming Queen was exciting,
butterflies in my stomach, smiling, crying,
happy, sad, and a little bit of hassle.
Those two weeks of homecoming have
made a big impression on me. I was getting
so much attention - it made me feel guilty
Now things have settled down and pretty
soon everyone will forget about Homecom-
ing, but I won't. All the people around here
have given me a Homecoming I will never I 1
- Queen Karen Dahlberg
"What is it like to be the escort ofthe Home-
coming Queen? Well, all I can say is that I'm ,i
very proud ot Karen, and happy to share in
the experiences she had as Queen. I had a
- Escort Steve Merrick I
"Your time has come to shine,
all your dreams are on their way."
1971 Fall Homecoming Queen, Karen Kay Dahlberg
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A sixth hour assembly on Homecoming Friday after-
noon, October 15, kicked off the fall football festivities.
Al Sorenson and Tom Bonnell serenaded Karen at her
Coronation ceremony during the assembly.
Anoka "kicked the charge out of Kellogg" as the
homecoming slogan predicted, with a score of 14-13
ending the game Friday night. During halftime the
Anoka band saluted Karen as her father and Drum
Major Jon Hegvik escorted her across the field. The
"Fabulous Flippers" played at the dance following the
game. Karen and her escort, Steve Merrick, danced
the first dance alone as Homecoming celebrators
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dedicated "You've Got a Friend" to Queen Karen at the
The band salutes Queen Karen as she is escorted by her father and
Drum Major Jon Hegvik across the field.
K e I I O g g 0 "Aw, c'mon, Mr. Hass - you always give us homework the night of a game!
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Anoka Tornadoes "kicked the
charge out ol Kellogg" in a 14-13
AHS Talents Band Together To Place 3rd
Anoka displayed excellent marching formation at LaCrosse.
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LaCrosse, Wisconsin. Fifteen midwestern high school bands
competed for high scores in three catagories: marching pre-
cision, musical quality, and general effect of the band. Each
band had to march a three-mile course while playing several
songs and keeping perfect line formation. Directed by Mr.
Charles Olson, the Anoka band played three songs -
"Swing March," "March of the lvlajorettesf' and the ASH
After winning first place for three consecutive years, Anoka
band members were not too disappointed with a third place
rating, as their comments after the competition pointed out:
"lt takes a one and a two added together to make a
"Well - out of fifteen bands!"
"There's always next year . . .'
"I thought I was crazy when l got done marching," sighed
senior clarinet player Lynn Johnson. "We were so tired
when we finished we couldn't move - but still, it was fun."
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Far Lett: Tom Bonnell asked the musical
question: "WhereYs the bathroom?"
Lett: "Down this street and to the left," an-
swered Kathy Kopecky.
On November 20 and 21, Anoka Senior
High School presented its first play in the
new school building. A cast and crew of
150 worked together for many long
hours to make the musical "Hello Dolly!"
a success. This was evident as the play
received standing ovations both nights it
was presented. "Hello Dolly!" will go
down in Anoka's history as a very memo-
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Mrs. Dolly Levi . . . . . .Sue Geslin
Ernestine .......... . . .Kim Hedquist
Ambrose ............. Loren Johnson
Horse ..... Betty Blesi and Meg McCoy
Horace Vandergelder . . .Randy Greenly
Barnaby Tucker .
Irene Molloy . . .
Minnie Fay .....
Mrs. Bose ....
Court Clerk . . .
First Cook .....
Second Cook . . .
Policemen . . .
Choreography . .
. . . . . .Michelle Amble
.... ....Al Sorenson
. . .,.. Julie Ellingson
. . . .Laurie Wyatt
. . . .Connie Culver
. . . . .Mike Kovar
. . . .Mike Houser
. . . . . .Mike Youso
. . . .Gary Danielson
. . . .Warren Collen
. . . .Mike Hirschi
. . . . . .Jim Scott and
. .Nancy Cardinal and
. . . .Ruth Hallenberg
. . . . . . .Bonita Melting
. . . . .Dolly Prochaska
Business Manager ........ David Mork
Behind the scenes, Meg McCoy helped Julie Ellingson with her make-up.
Jeff Olson and Laurie Wyatt led
the opening scene parade
through the auditorium.
Randy Greenly, as Horace Vandergelder, and
Sue Geslin, as Dolly Levi, shared a duet.
Director Miss Paul and student director Nancy Cardinal enjoyed a rehearsal, The cast anxiously awaited the verdict of Horace Vandergeldefs
A member of the cast con-
Randy Greenly "swept" the audience off its feet as he displayed his vocal talent. Qfamated June Emngson for
her performance as Irene Mol-
To learn, one must create - images, dreams, philoso-
To create, one must first learn the basics - for the
potter, how to model clayg tor the mathematician, how
to program a computerg for the musician, how to read
music - and then learn to express personality through
one's own creations,
Learning is creatingg creativity is learning.
"lt's supposed to be a flowerpot - why isn't it looking like a
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"I just know if I blow on this thing
long enough, some noise is bound
to come out!"
Man expresses himself through his hands - in his artwork,
his drama, his industry, and his music.
Through mastery of his hands, man has developed technical
and esthetic skills that create the machinery of knowledge.
Man creates for himself today what can serve him better to-
morrow - or, as the poet Omar Khayyam said in his Ru-
baiyaf, "Think then you are today what Yesterday you were
- Tomorrow you shall not be less."
"l got it, I got itl"
"Did l only have four fingers when I came in here?"
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Steve Blewett and Tom Prody tried to understand Mr. Je-nsen's mathematical
Do you know what S going on? I don't know what's going on. Do you know whafs going on?"
"Ahhh . . . you ShOuldn't have!"
Band members were required to genuflect in front of Mr. Olson's office.
Communication is discussing politics over a math
Communication is being able to understand without a
Communication is solving traumatic problems between
Communication is a smile.
Communication is waving through a window.
Communication is not saying a word but knowing
Communication is creating awareness.
"Say no+, "l have 'Found 'rhe +ru+h,"
buf ra+her, "l have found a +ru+h."
Say no+, "l have found +he pa+h of +he
Say ra+her, "l have mel' +he soul walking
upon my pa+h."
For +he soul walks upon all pa+hs.
The soul walks nol' upon a line, neilher
does il' grow like a reed.
The soul unfolds ilself, like a lo+us of
- Kahlil Gibran
"Tee hee "
n't like being on the other end of the camera.
Yearbook photographer Deb Stone d
School was a delight for many enthusiastic There are times when things look more encouraging after an hour-long nap
"Is that a camera I see before me?"
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Poe+ry is noi' enough and rhyme
no subs+i+u+e 'For reason
Ye+1'o every man a 'I'ime and 'ro
every fhing a season.
And you can bei your Bible,
You'll one day ge+ your +urn for
if you're seeking more +han
ii' doesn'+ 'rake a fool +o learn
fhai' poe+ry is noi enough and
rhyme no subs+i+u+e for reason
yef +o every man a 1'ime
and 'ro every +hing a season.
School is and should be much more than educaf
"It's nice . . . I don't know what it is, but it's nice
"And the music goes round and round . . . and it comes out here!" Aw, C'mon - it can't be that bad!
"What was the purpose of all those moles, anyway?"
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Mrs. Morris was besieged with work.
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a man misundersfands wl1a+ he
learns, provided he only s+rives +o
undersland ou+ of his love for learn-
- Baal Shemlov
It all adds up in the end, "Now can I breathe? Now? Now?"
My love shall
in my verse
live ever young
"Devouring Time, blunt thou the lion's paws
And make the earth devour her ovvn sweet brood,
Pluck the keen teeth from the fierce tiger's jaws,
And burn the long-lived phoenix in her blood,
Make glad and sorry seasons as thou fleet'st,
And do vvhate'er thou wilt, svvift-footed Time,
To the wide world and all her fading sweets,
But I forbid thee one most heinous crime:
O, carve not with thy hours my love's fair brow,
Nor draw no lines there with thine antique pen,
Him in thy course untainted do allovv
For beauty's pattern to succeeding men.
Yet do thy vvorst, old Time: despite thy wrong,
My love shall in my verse live ever young."
- William Shakespeares Sixteenth Sonnet
"I, Tom Norbie, crown thee, Peggy Luke . .
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And the 1972 Winter Homecoming Queen is Peggy Luke'
Karen Dohlberg gave King George Bancroft a congratulatory kiss.
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1972 Winter Homecoming Royalty: Steve Allen and Barbara Klein, Ken Knowlte and Vicky Frank, King George Bancroft and Queen Peggy
Luke, Brad Morrow and Sue Wanamaker, and Torn Bonnell and Becky Perouich.
Chuck Skiewski and Mike Kovar serenaded Tornado Daze Royalty
at the Friday afternoon assembly.
Tornado Daze King and Queen - George Bancroft and Peggy
Farmer Morp lAncl NHS, Threw
A Barn Dance.
"Farmer Morp's Barn Dance," sponsored by the ASH chapter of National
Honor Society, brought the 1972 Tornado Daze activities to a close Friday,
March 3. The costume country dance began at nine o'clock Cafter the bas-
ketball gamej in the ASH cafeteria.
Wagon wheels, milk cans, hay bales, lanterns, and a buggy - minus the
horse -- scattered around the dance floor gave an authentic atmosphere to
the festivities. Art and .Joels Polka Band, led by ASH students Artley Skenne-
dore and Joe Williams, played polkas, schadishes, and butterflies for the
crowds of students packed into the cafeteria and commons. "Sheriffs" Dave
Enge and Arthur Dussl periodically interrupted the music to announce their
"arrests of criminals." Victims were sentenced to perform in front of the
crowd -the most talented by popular consensus, was Jeff Sampson's infa-
mous rendition of a dying cow.
The dance was declared a tremendous success by Honor Society members.
Adviser Miss Helen Story said that, more important than the money raised,
"the kids had fun."
Art and Joe's Polka Band enthusiastically played music for Farmer Morp's Barn
"Roll out the barrel . . . "
"Hey - wait a minute , . . I forgot how to
dance a butterfly!"
The Salem witch hunt - a grisly little chapter in Colonial
America - was a rise ot mass hysteria and intolerance
when several children, in order to cover their nude dancing
at night in the woods, pretended to have seen evidence of
witchcraft and a reign of terror ensued. "Guilty by associa-
tion with the devil" brings a whole community ot innocents
to trial and condemnation to be hanged.
Sometimes the scales of justice are overbalanced and the
court is seen as so bloodthirsty that the malicious accusers
pale by comparison. The drama spirals in from the story ofa
community whose repressions invite mass insanity, to the
tiner struggle of one man with his conscience.
Betty Parris ttt......
Reverend Samuel Parris
Abigail Williams .....
Susanna Wallcott . . .
Mrs. Ann Putnam . . .
Thomas Putnam ....
Mercy Lewis ......
Mary Warren .t..
John Proctor . . .
Rebecca Nurse .... 4.
Giles Cory .......,,.
Reverend John Hale . . I U
Elizabeth Proctor .....
Francis Nurse . .
Ezekiel Cheever . .
John Willard .........
Judge Hathorne ......
Deputy-Governor Hanforth .t.. . .
. . .Rita Jochum
. . . .Cathy Free
. . .Meg McCoy
. .Bonnie Bielen
. . . . .Jim Harris
. . .Debbie Krull
. . .Linda Hales
. . .Paul Hagen
. . . .Pat Houck
. . . .Jett-Olson
. . . .Tom Engel
. .Mike Hauser
Sarah Good ....... ...... .... D e nise Fuller
Hopkins ,.... .Nels Peterson
Director ......... .... M rs. Marjory VanNostrand
Technical Director , . ..... Miss Mary Westerberg
Makeup Director .... .... M rs.. Mary Alexander
Student Director ....................... Colleen Frey
The Crucible was still in production when we met our last
deadline. Therefore, pictures of the play will appear in the
Because I know +ha+ +ime is always
And place is always and only place
Ancl wha+ is ac+uaI is ac+uaI only 'For
And only for one place
I rejoice +ha+ 'rhings are as +hey are
I renounce +he blessed face
And renounce I'he voice
Because I canno+ hope 'ro Iurn again
Consequenily I reioice having Io
Upon which 'ro reioice
T. S. EIio++
That certainly was not one of Mr, Mork's jokes.
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"Why don't you come up and see me sometime?"
"Well, l'm busy Friday night, but Saturday . . "
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Standing upon the shore of all
We linger for a moment-
Then with a song upon our
, lips, sail we
Across the harbor bar - no
chart to show, V
No light to warn us of rocks
which lie below, V
But let us yet put forth
Although the path be tortuous
Although it bristle with a
To hopeful eye of youth it still
A lane by which the rose and
We hope it may beg would that
we might know!
Would we might look into the
Great duties call -the e
More grandly dowered than
those which came before,
Summons - who knows
what time may hold in store,
Or what great deeds the
distant years may see,
What conquest over pain and
What heroes greater than
were e'er of yore!
But if this century is to be
Than those before, her sons
must make her so,
And we are of her sons, and
we must go
With eager hearts to help
mold well her fate,
And see that she shall gain
such proud estate
As shall on future centuries
"At Graduation 1905"
by T. S. Eliot
Little boy go ride ,
the pale horse in the park.
Count the golden butterflies
and stay out 'till dark.
Never mind the grown-ups
who sing their old songs,
so long, stay well
love was here and gone.
Little boy you're older
keep life while you can.
Happy days and holidays
so soon escape man.
Soon you'lI be grown-up
and sing your own song,
so long, stay well
love was here and gone.
Some other autumn
we'll right the wrongs,
so long - stay well
love was here and gone.
Little boy your youth
and the summer is done.
You have got the sunset
though you've lost the sun.
Now you are a grown-up
so sing your old song,
so long, stay well
love was here and gone.
"So Long, Stay Well
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Running hard, Steve Anderson showed the endurance a cross-country runner
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son, Dave Manke, Curt Taylor, Loren Erickson, Chris Benko, Mike Carlson, Dave Lilligren, John Leervig, Coach Bruce John-
"Gee, fellas, what can l say . . . we did it again!
The cross country team, coached
by Mr. Bruce Johnson, had its best
season this year. Highlights of the
season began at the Early Bird
Meet, first meet of the year. There,
Anoka took first place out of fifteen
schools. The team also won their
second conference championship
and the District M16 Meet for the
seventh straight time. They tied for
second place in the Region IV
Meet, but were denied the chance
to compete in the State Meet by a
region ruling. The only individual
qualifier for the State Meet from the
team was senior, John Erlandson.
l-le went on to take seventh place in
With this year's successful record,
the team is looking forward to a
promising season next year.
After winning the District 12216 Meet, Tim Hanley's only
comment was, "What a way to go!"
Coach Johnson repeatedly assured his team, "It's as simple as this . .
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Christian, Mari Boggs, Mary Kay Ghostiey.
"Stars" Led Anoka To High Conference Finish
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First Row: Dave Wallace, Chuck Lines, Ricky Wesp, Joe Williams, Capt. Pat Ward, Capt. Tom Prody, Vince Elleraas, Bill Merritt, John Red-
mann, Tom Spencer, Greg Sorenson, Rick Rahn, Jerry Blaine, Second Row: Dan Larson, Dan Batters, John Zimmerman, Mark Johnson, Bob
Larson, Dave Enge, Craig Gilbertson, Tom Branger, Scott Soterberg, Rick Hiltz, Capt. Steve Alley, Ted Buzzeli, Kevin Peterson, John Krenn,
Third Ffowx Bill Lester, Ron Kent, Terry Wall, Larry Helm, mgr,, Mr. Pearson, Coach Parker, Coach Nelson, Coach Idstrom, Coach Jeppson,
Jim Davidson, mgr., Doug Nickel, mgr., Tom Stover, Rick Johnson, Fourth Row: Bob Boyum, Larry Heinrichs, Tim Snell, Dan Peterson, Lee
Sage, Curt Snell, Doug Boese, Darwin Johnson, Bryan Rohs, Mitch Omer, Art Skenandore, Mike Leadens, Greg Schneider, Jeff Sampson.
Coach Stan Nelson and his 1971 tri-captains Tom Prody, Pat Ward
and Steve Alley.
Impressive Defense Battled The Opponent
All-Conference linebacker, Dave Enge, made a crushing open field tackle against the Kellogg Chargers.
Coach Stan Helson nicknamed the 1971
Tornadoes his "Star Team." "This was a
team with a lot of spirit and determination, a
fun team, one that was very easy to com-
municate with," stated Coach Nelson.
With a nucleus ot only two returning regu-
lars, the team showed steady improvement
from week to week. lt was a team noted for
its defensive ability rather than tor its offen-
sive power. Tri-captain and All-Conference
linebacker Pat Ward and Terry Wall, the two
hard running backs, received excellent
blocking from the forward wall. This was led
by All-Conference players Tom Prody, Dave
Enge, and Mike Leadens.
Bill Lester proved to be king of the defen-
sive secondary by intercepting eight pas-
ses, while Tom Branger led the charge of
the defensive line.
The kicking game was highlighted by the
punting of Rick Johnson and the place kick-
ing of Curt Snell.
The Tornadoes split their two opening non-
conference games with a one point victory
and a one point defeat.
The Pumpkin Bowl proved to be a tremen-
dous success with a 28-O victory over
In conference play, a second place 4-2 rec-
ord was highlighted by a 13-O victory over
Coon Rapids, and a Homecoming victory of
14-12 over Kellogg.
With eighteen returning lettermen and an
undefeated "B" squad team, the outlook for
1972 is extremely promising.
The Tornadoes' defensemen swarmed Columbia Heights ball carrier as he headed for
the goal post.
Tri-captain, Pat Ward, battled his way through the Columbia Heights line as he at-
tempted to gain yardage for the Tornadoes.
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First Row: Jon Rounsvile, Mark Jansen, Tom Toohey, Mike Spencer, Dave Nelson, Kevin Ward, Tim Flynn, Rick Duclos, Gary Morical, Ar
Schumacher, Gary Peterson, Dave Sorenson, Paul Steiner, Second Row: Tim Ward, mgr., Esdon Lehn, Dave Durst, Rick Chounard, Claytor
Vnuk, Mike Schmitt, Capt. Paul Newell, Capt. Jeff Miller, Dan Geier, Dick Plant, Larry Olson, Don Smith, Kevin Baumg Third Row: Coach Dor
Kropp, Don Trester, Capt. Bob Olson, John Hutchinson, Ron Jackson, Tom Alley, Brian Kraabel, Dan Voss, Dan Kovar, Darryl Russell, Kevir
Wolter, Steve Erickson, Coach Oscar Blegan.
The "B" Squad Football team, under the leadership
of Coach Kropp and Coach Blegan, completed an
undefeated season with an 8-O record.
The team could best be characterized as a high
spirited team with a burning desire to vvin. They had
an explosive, free wheeling offense and a defensive
team which liked to hit.
The highlights of the season would have to be their
28-O vvin over Coon Rapids and the 34-16 victory
over the strong Columbia Heights team.
These players should help build a strong varsity
Anoka's impressive defensive lineup prepared to attack. Team in 1972.
Rick Chounard dropped back to make a successful pass in the Torna-
does' victory game over Columbia Heights. '
Cheerleaders Put' Forrh Grea+es+ Effor+s
To Show Team Support'
"A" Squad Football Cheerleaders: First Row: Cindy Buyse, Gwen Haugen, Second Row: Marilyn Bindahl, Sue Wanamaker, Mickey Dalbec
Third Row: Cathy Peters, Peggy Luke, Nora Becker.
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Karen Maagg Second Bow: Laurie Birrenkott, Julie Anderson, Sue Anderson, Liz Dietz, Third Bow:
Newly Organized Soccer Team
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"A" Squad - First Row: John Cameron, Tom Pfleider, Joel Gregory, Gene Newell, Tess Sheferaw, Tom Miller, Capt. Tim DeJongg Second,
Row: Cory Anderson, John Wingard, Brad Morrow, Niels Anderson, Greg Morrell, Tom Wingard, Coach Hooshang Yasseri.
Coach Yasseri gave his team essential instructions just before the
Anoka's first year soccer team completed its suc-
cessful season vvith an undefeated record of 5-O.
Coach l-looshang Yasseri described his team as
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'the ball down the field. skill at dribbling as he advanced the
ball toward the goal.
"B" Squad - First Row: Brian'WickIund, Allen Kangas, Craig Winsleth, Paul Legrid, Brian Lappin, Chuck Durham, Kevin Kishg Sec-
ond Row: Tim McCarty, Roland Thompson, Steve Bentz, Mike Givens, Paul Gerster, Craig Vielguth, Coach Hooshang Yasseri.
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First Row: Cozy Kuno, Vicky Ward, Deb Bouten, Sally Adkins, Jean Wagner, Cindy Trombley, Carla Turnbom, Lori Johansen, Beth Pin-
ney, Second Row: Coach Ann Knuti, Nancy Ajax, Diane Schmeider, Diane Zunker, Kristie Bylund, Lauren Groustra, Maureen McCoy
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"But girls, I keep telling you . . . you swing the club from this end!"
Coach Knuti got into the swing of things!
Tennis Team Netted Up Great First Season
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First Row: Linda Egelkraut, Debbie Lindgren, Terry Madden, Janis Sanasac, Jean Deuel, Janet Macheledt, Sue Nelson, Michelle Fedje
Sue Miller, Delores l-lerrboldtg Second Row: Nancy Lundgren, Ellen Tennison, Kim Horn, Beth Huntley, Laurie Peterson, Kathy Koopman
Dana Lindley, Donna Lind, Cheryl Newschander, Coach Peden.
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'he competitive spirit of number one player, Jean
Deuel, was displayed as she aced her opponent,
Girls' Swim Team Plunged Into Action
First Flow: Kathy Stack, Mary Leidal, Jan Dobratz, Paula Way, Laurie Schuh - Capt., Gwen Hand, Second Row: Debbie
Nutter - Capt., Jan DeAcevado, Pam Bentz, Ellen Hadley, Mary Kay Dehen, Wendy Berghorstg Third Row: Lisa Johnson,
Vonnie Bennett, Mary Connell, Mary Bennett, Sharon Albro, Laurie Geskog Fourth Row: Coach Colleen Welch, Pat Burku-
loo - Mgr., Deanne Becker, Kim Eickstadt - Mgr., Jane Hammer, Cindy Wilberg, Barb Yelle.
Coach Welch gave the girls last minute pointers just before their meets.
"Look out belowl!!"
ASH Swimmers Were All We+
Busy though swimmers were, they always had time to smile for the camera.
Gun - And Won!
ln spite of inferior facilities, Anoka tankmen
were confident of success throughout their
Since AHS had no swimming pool, swim-
mers were forced to use the State Hospital
and Centennial High School pools.
"lt has taken six years to develop swimmers
that realize that to be successful it takes self
sacrifice and dedication in order to put in
5000 yards plus," Coach Wanstrom confi-
dently stated. "The Anoka swim team has fi-
nally reached this pinnacle of under-
Tom Norbie and Paul Cravens co-captained
the '72 tank team, and "did good," accord-
ing to swimmer Mark Rosenwinkle.
Swimming Timers: Holding Sign: Patty
Hitchcock, Linda Oppegard. On Lock-
ers: Claudia Dussl, Betty Blesi, Kathy
Stack, Kathy Olson, Mary Mitchell,
Sandy Titterud, Jane Rasmussen, Deb
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Bergsten, Tom Spencer, Paul Cravens, Lee Rock, Charles Weaver, Darwin Durant, Lee Cravens, Steve Bentz, Mark Rosenwikleg Third Flow:
Steve Barker, Scott Mitchell, Ross McCrady, Doug Sather, DeMar Wanstrom, Bryan Kufus, Don Vry, Tom Norbie, Steve Sanasack.
Mild-mannered Joel Sloth turned into Superman at will.
Cagers Won Impressive Viclories Over Powerful Cpponenls
"A" Squad - First Row: Terry Castle, Curt Taylor, Tim Talbot, Doug Boese, John Krenn, Vince Elleraasg Second Row: Loren Erickson
Capt. Jim Hennesey, Gary Asfaly - mgr., Coach Bill Wanamaker, Lee Sage - mgr.
Bryan RODS, GYGQ Kettief- JUfll0f Cemefl GVSQ Kei' Junior fonivard, Bryan Flons, battled lor possession ol the ball under the opposi-
tler made anolner two points for the Tornadoes. lion basket,
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Junior center, Loren Erickson, grabbed the ball from
The 1971-72 Anoka Basketball Team started inexperienced but with great
potential. It was the tallest team in Anoka's history and one of the biggest
teams in Minnesota.
Led by hard-working captain, Jim Hennesey, the team was rated among
the top 10 in Minnesota most of the year, only losing games to other highly
rated teams. The team won impressive victories over powerful Alexander
Ramsey and Mounds View to place second in the powerful North Suburban
Conference. lt was also rated ir1 in Region G. and favored to again repre-
sent Anoka in the State Tournament.
'Among the top players were seniors, forward Jim Hennesey and guard,
Terry Castle. Junior starters were Greg Kettler, Bryan Ftohs, Loren Erickson
and Doug Boese. Remaining juniors with great potential were Tim Talbot,
Vince Elleraas, John Krenn, and Curt Taylor.
Greg Kettler, 6'7V2" center, leaped toward the basket to score.
Junior center, Doug Boese, shot over the heads of his opponents.
Bryan Rohs reached just a little higher for another two points,
Basketball Cheerleaders - Left to Right: Gwen Haugen, Sue
Wanamaker, Mickey Dalbec, Marilyn Rindahl.
JV And "B" Squad Baskefball Teams
S+re+ched Their Effor+s For A Successful Season
"B" Squad - First Row: Dave Nelson, Brent Bostrum, Paul Newell, Rick Chounard, Jim Hintgen, Kevin Ward, Second Row: Tom Wingard,
Dave Lilligren, Steve Erickson - mgr., Coach Mike Parker, Ted Sage - mgr., Dan Voss, Bob Maueg Third Row: Randy Sutton, James Mill-
ner, Ron Jackson, Brian Krabel, Jim Swanson, Dave Olson.
"JV" Squad - First Flow: Brian Johnson, Terry Wall, Dick Merritt, Chuck Bemey, Mark Johnson, Second Row: Coach Dale Bahn,
Pete Dunn, Jeff Olson, Art Skenandore, James Norman.
Rand And Branger Captured Fourth Place In The State
At 132 lbs., senior captain, Randy Rand, took control of the situation and attempted to put his opponent on his back.
Heavyweight, Tom Branger, applied the pressure to force his man into a pin.
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The wrestling team, led by Captain Randy
Rand, experienced a season of highs and
lows. The biggest disappointment of the
season was in placing second to Coon Rap-
ids in the North Suburban Conference. ln
spite of this setback, the team was able to
display their superiority over Coon Rapids in
the District, Region, and State Meets. There,
Anoka placed 4th, 6th and 9th respectively.
Outstanding accomplishments for the team
were winning the White Bear Tournament
and the Grand Rapids Invitational, placing
9th in the State Meet, and in many out-
standing dual meet performances.
individual achievements went to All-Con-
ference selections - Greg Norton, Capt.
Randy Rand, John Redmann, Joe Williams,
Rick Hiltz, and Tom Branger. Randy Rand
received the Outstanding Wrestler Award
while Tom Branger received the trophy for
the most pins. Bill Way received the Gary T.
Nelson Memorial plaque for outstanding
contribution to wrestling.
These accomplishments coupled with en-
thusiastic support ot our outstanding cheer-
leaders and pep club made 1971-72 a most
rewarding wrestling season.
Junior, 138 pounder, John Redmann, attempted
a takedown for two points.
167 pound junior, Rick Hiltz, recei
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Holmbo, John Talbot, Doug Nickel, Mike Beckman, Fred Warhol, Second Row: Dan Bauer, Mike
Jim Rudlong, Craig Giibertson, Ted Buzzelig Third Row: Steve Roach, Brad Moreau, Warren Dehn, Chipper Hilgevs.
Pucksiers Cap+ured Disirici I6 Championship
"A" Squad - First Row: Ellen Hadley - scorekeeper, Craig Miller, Rick Wesp, John Cameron, Ross Omdahl, Tom Hedberg, Tri-Capt. Bill
Lester, John Erlandson, Rick Johnson, Nan Albro - scorekeeper, Second Row: Coach Mark Ryman, Tom Hostettler, Tom Alley, Kevin Wol-
ters, Tim Mullowney, Jeff Hymanson, Tri-Capt. Brad Morrow, Jim Kappelhoff, George Bancroli, Mike Ekmark, Mike Spencer, Paul Douglas,
Tri-Capt, Steve Alley, Mike Kovar - mgr,, Coach Joe Poole.
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Senior Rick Johnson maneuvered the puck around the net and Anoka's games were always fast and furious and the tempo o
charged down the ice toward the opposition's goal. action was always rapid and exciting.
The concentration involved in hockey was shown here as junior, Rick Wesp, took another shot on goal.
Tri-captain, Steve Alley, excellent senior center, aimed at the The Tornadoes shook hands with their opposition, Columbia
goal before taking his slapshot. Heights, alter beating them 15-1.
Hockey Team Had Best Season Ever
Excitement occurred every time a Tornadoes shot went into the net. Junior wing, Rick Wesp, and sophomore center, Tom Alley raised their
sticks to prove that point after Rick scored against Columbia Heights goalie.
Under the excellent leadership of tri-
captains center, Steve Alley, wing, Bill
Lester, and defenseman, Brad Mor-
row, the Tornadoes placed lst in the
North Suburban Conference with a
record of ll wins and 1 loss and also
captured the District H16 champion-
"This has been the best hockey
season ever," said Coach Joe Poole,
"This has been one of the finest
groups of young men that I have ever
worked vvith. The team played as a
unit rather than as individuals."
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Hockey Cheerleaders - First Row: Debbie DeGrootg Second Row:
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Cindy Buyse, Laurie Birrenkott, Merry Dehen.
B" Squad - First Row: Tom Hostettler, Art Schumaker, Craig Stromgren, Mike Spencer, Gary Peterson, Tom McKann, David KanDD5 Sec-
ind Row: Brian Beckman, Keith Katnas, Stuart Bolduc, John Erlandson, Al Lundstrom, Kevin Wolters, John Cameron, Coach Mark Ryman.
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"Look Mom - one hand!"
"This is the most improved gymnastics team Anoka's had in tour
years," said Coach Buerkle at the beginning of gymnastics sea-
son. t'EspeciaIly since we lost eight lettermen last year."
The team recovered nicely, though - rated sixth and seventh in
the state and second in the conference, Anoka was beaten only
by White Bear, who was rated second in the state.
Medal winners from gymnastics tournaments included: Mike Wil-
, ber on rings, Curt Ziebarth on trampoline and tumbling, Bruce
l Bennett on the high bar, and Walt Leu on the side horse.
"Quick - where's the trampoline?"
Gymnastics Team - Row One: Jay Hegvik, Dave Larson, Brien Bennett, Mike Wilbur, Don Strand, Jim Elliot, Steve Schwartg Row Two: Mike
Kohout, Bruce Bennett, Wayne Bass, Curt Ziebarth, Walt Leu, Ken Jensen, How Three: Coach Buzz Buerkele, Bob Paddock, Brad Daniel-
son, Sam Mappson, Doug Weikert, Randy Benson, Bob Sannerude.
Whats the floor doing
way down there?"
Gymnasts' Talent' Overwhelmed
Minor Obstacles In '72
1972 returning lettermen included Mike Wilbur on the rings, Bruce
Bennett and Brian Bennett on the parallel bars and the high bar,
Mike Kohout on the parallel bars, Curt Ziebarth on tumbling and
free exercise, and Ken Jensen, Doug Weikert, and Brad Danielson
on the horse.
New equipment seemed to be more of a hindrance to the team
than an aid. ln describing their new facilities, the team often used
the term "rickety"
Second-year B-squad coach Dan Schyrna "liked what he saw" of
this year's gymnasts.
Practice for meets was held in the field house, which many gym-
nasts felt was a disadvantage.
"Before every practice we had to set up all the equipment, and
afterwards we had to take it all down again," complained senior
Minor difficulties, such as equipment and environment, did not
worry Coach Buerkle too much. His concerns centered on the stiff
North Suburban Conference competition.
"Last year's team definitely made a name for Anoka gymnastics,"
said Buerkle, "but we can win without our lettermen this year."
Mike Wilbur held the world's record for a handstand on
the rings - 3 years, 4 weeks, and two days.
"The lack of gravity around here is astounding!"
Squad - Row 1: Terry Olson, Dave Buday, Dave Honebrink, Tim Laqaer, Scott Larkin, Row 2: Coach Dan Schyma, Ned Olstad, Steve
oany, Jack Peterson, W. Waldorf, Jack Johnson, Bob Snyder.
Girls' Gymnastics Attracted Much Attention
First Row: Kathy Boggs, Julie Shear, Patty Barkaloo, Judy Hall, Nancy Olson, Paula Way, Arlys Mead, Nora Becker, Kim Patterson,
Mau, Mari Boggs, Lori Lindsey, Second Row: Mary Gaslin, Peggy Luke, Pat Midlo, Kathy lngman, Mickey Dalbec, Kris Bune - mgr.,
Graham, Coach Gustafson, Claudia Dussl - mgr., Terry Price, Sue Miller, Sue Kline, Janice Sanasac, Linda Stoeng Third Row: Sue
Debbie Feibelcorn, Judy Klammer, Cecelia Nelson, Linda Bother, Terri Spence, Daviann Olson.
Leading scorers were Linda Stoen, Sue Geslin, and
Grace, poise and balance was demonstrated on th
senior, third-year gymnast, Nancy Olson.
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irls' Basketball Bouncecl Through Successful Firsl' Year
"A" Squad - First Row: Lisa Sangrene, Mary Kay Ghostley, Becky Tesch, Debbie Nutter, Pam Miller, Second Row: Debbie
Lundberg, Colleen Dahlheimer, Sharon Horn, Kathy Brennan, Barb Adams, Diane Theiseng Third Row: Coach Knuti, Donnie
Lundberg, Lynne Oslin, Kathy Kelly, Robin Fults, Terry Madden - mgr.
"B" Squad - First Fiow: Dawn White, Rita Carlson, Cara Beth Peters, Jean Nicholson, Sandy Bouley, Julie Undem, Sue Henderson, Sue
Luger, Second Row: Wanda Ankeny, Sandy Martin, Anna Dehen, Mary Paul Johnson, Jolene Olberg, Pam Bentz, Cordelia Anderson, JoAnn
Dehng Third Row: Terry Madden - Mgr, Liz Lilligren, Winnie Stack, Patty Johnson, Ruth Steffenson, Loretta Fields, Dana Lindley, Joan
Boyum, Coach Knuti.
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Like a child I just sat in the sunlight
andplayed with the minutes as they went
running by. I
Like a child who had never known sorrow
I didn't hurry tomorrow I just looked at
While the Clouds went on endlessly passing
All the clouds on their long voyage home
seemed to say that youth is everlasting
but a rose cannot grow alone.
Like a child I would listen in silence
to the soft sound of evening as it caught
up the day,
till you were there in the gathering
and we found that our green years had all
Now the clouds are going forever
here awhile then gone evermore
and a child on the far side of never
has to run when time closes the door.
Then take my hand and as children we'Il
all alone through the thundering crowds.
Take my hand and together we'll look now
like a child for the little lost clouds.
'Like a Child"
by Rod McKuen
Advisor Miss Story gave Honor Society members last minute instructions.
N.H.S. - An Honor To Look Forward To
With a senior membership ot over titty students, the 1971-72 dents, They held their traditional book fair just before Christ-
Anoka chapter of National Honor Society was one of the mas. And they sponsored Morp in March, with a barn dance
largest ever. Under their advisor, Miss Story, and President, theme. New junior members were welcomed into Honor So-
Tom Bonnell, Honor Society was especially active this year. ciety in the spring with a special initiation ceremony and re-
Members provided a tutoring service to aid their fellow stu- Ception.
Row 1: M. Johnson, J. Sanasac, P. Hill, J. Ouinlan, K. Dahlberg, A. Nordvik, D. Olson, P. Joslen, R. Dvoracek, B. Klein, J. Undem, J.
Johnson, L. Johnson, L. Helfinstine, Row 2: P. Luke, K. Olson, E. Hadley, M. Dehn, B. Olson, D. Becker, C. Hubbard, S. Bock, C. Mil-
ler, D. Feist, L. Erickson, D. Strand, C. Dietz, Row 3: D. Fleissner, Fl. Hadley, M. Soine, T. Castle, T. Spencer, T. Bonnell, C. Nelson, M.
Anderson, K. Jenson, E. Gath, K. King, J. Wood, M. Pauleyg Row 4: J. Essig, B. Hagmo, D. Enge, N. Anderson, G. Anderson, S. Ewald,
C. Snell, S. Mitchell, S. Atley, J. Abeler, B. Merritt, B. Kutus.
Student' Council - The 'Political Side' Of ASH
Seated: M. Boggs, M. Leadens, S. Blewett, P. Luke, D. Miller, N. Albro, G. Ziegler, J. Strand, L. Beltrandg Standing: C. Weeks S Prezdzieck
B. Laddin, T. Stover, T. Shiferaw, D. Trester, K. Dahlberg, B. Strand, V. Frank, N. Anderson, J. Williams, S. Ramsay M Tranby
Senior representative Deb Miller addressed
the student body at a pep fest.
Representing a majority of ASH students, Student Council,
under their President, Steve Blewett, attempted to establish
a formal link between students and the administration. By
establishing open Council meetings they hoped to give all
students a voice in their decisions. Council members worked
hard on a long list of activities throughout the year. They
played guide at the schooI's open house in the fall, and
chose furniture tor the lunchroom patio. They sponsored
Fall Homecoming, Tornado Days, Teacher Appreciation
Week, and the annual winter canned goods drive, along with
continuing one of their most important projects -the week-
ly student trips to Cambridge State Hospital.
"When I grow up
I want 'ro be President"
With the advent ot the eighteen year-old vote student politi-
cal organizations have become more important than ever
Student Congress members, under their advisor Mr. Gam-
ble, were given the opportunity of simulating actual congres-
sional activities. Members drew up bills in the correct form
and presented them to either the "Senate" or the 'll-louse"
at the meets held with various neighboring schools through-
out the year.
Both YDFL, under Mr. Bell and YGOP, under Mr. Colvin, en-
couraged their students to take an active part in their politi-
cal party, They worked in the 1972 campaigns through the
state-wide student party associations.
Governor Wendall Anderson visited
AHS on opening day to spark interest in
Seated: D. Olson, D. Witt, M. Amble, L. Beltrand, G. Ramsey, Standing: G1 Danielson, W. Volenant, T. Newton, Mr. Gamble
Mr. Bell, H. Peterson, D. Sundeen, Fi. Nonr, K. Farrier, S. Hackbarth, S. McCarthy.
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Row 1: J. Abeler, D. Feist, K. Jenson, S. Phillips, A. Borrud, A. Bonnell, K. Larson, Row 2: Mr. Colvin, S. Ewald, L. Sage, S
Mariin, D. Enge, T. Sage, T. Bonnell, L. Erickson, B. Shepson.
Young Americans Looked Toward The Future
THE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA was a
growing success throughout the school year. New
members were welcomed to the club with an introduc-
tory coke party.
Activities during the year were varied: FHA along with
FFA entered a float in the Pumpkin Bowl parade, trick
or treated for UNICEF, participated in a macrame and
fondue demonstration held at the Anoka Electric Co-
op, and attended the District 12 convention at Shako-
pee. This year, Anoka's FHA sent four delegates to the
state FHA convention in Minneapolis.
At the district convention, Holly Hartje was elected
Secretary-Treasurer of the district. She will represent
the state of Minnesota at the national convention this
summer in Los Angeles, California.
FHA succeeded in helping AHS girls leave behind the
things of a child and assume adult responsibilities
through preparedness for the future.
Before ASH even opened its doors to the 1971-1972
student body, FFA members were hard at work.
THE FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA sponsored the
Fabulous Flippers band for the Fall Homecoming
dance. Later in the fall, 250 mallards were raised,
tagged, and released by FFAers, and returning ducks
were studied by the potential farmers. As a service to
the community, FFA has sponsored a snowmobile
safety class that certified 248 new snowmobile opera-
tors for the winter season.
FFAers agricultural interests were whimsically dis-
played by the cheerful red poinsettas placed on lock-
ers and winter ledges in the student commons at
New AHS building spurred students to philosophical thoughts about their
Fu+ure Homemakers Of America
No Order: K. Collins, M. McCoy, L. Sorterberg, E. Tennison, M. Deschene, M. Bennet, D. Causin, C. Briggs, T. Nordstrom, L.
Nauman, S. Hagen, J. Husen, L. Bauer, V. Vickstrom, C, Free, D. Mollner, S. Wanous, P. Hitchcock, B. Blesi, C. Sytle, Ft. Carl-
son, S. Hartje, S. Shorma, K. Givens, J. Reichert, D. Tangen, P, Bentz, C. Walburn, L. Swanson, H. Hartie, D. Sherburn, S.
Wallace, V. Olmstead, D. Sherburne, B. Rahn, A, Frisk, M. Hartje, Mrs. Nesheim.
Future Farmers Of America
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Row 1: J. Larkin, M. Durst, D. Bonnenbaum, P. Dahlheimer, J. Demars, E. Eden, F. Hughes, K. Smith, D. Danum, J. Flor, M.
Bray, R. Sellheim, P. Levinhagen, B. Malamen, B. Walters, S. Pfrannenstein, S. Larkin, P. Christian, Mr. Hammer, Row 2: N.
Pratt, D. Heiselberger, M. Talbot, G. Zopti, L. Green, D. Guimont, S. Sawyer, A. Bergman, J. Altenweg, D, Wanous, B. Hadley,
G. Crowe, B. Longfield, L. Umbreit, D. Sundeen, M. Sterry, J. Forslound, J. Boyum, P, Schendelg Row 3: J. Breiwick, B. Fel-
lows, D. Born, E. Mortenson, W. Davis, J. Banallo, W. Olson, D, Scharber, J. Katnis, C, Dahlheimer, D. Machaud, B. Gustaf-
son, J. Dehn, R. Johnson, R. Anderson, R. ,oeiegbaierg Row 4: B. Morrow, B. Jochum, D. Olson, C. Castner, H. Edeburn, L.
Oman, R. Girourd, K. Gallagher, T. Freyholz, Ft. Ploog, D. Dargis, T. Anderson, J. Blue, S. Schendel, D. Welsome, G.
Sundberg. Row 5: T. Carlson, B. Rooter, M. Veavea, Ft. Bartels, J. Backowski, D. Anderberg, G. Kettler, L. Sage, C. Fields, G.
lllg, L. Bindricks, C. Holaz, E. Bancroft, M. Larson, B. Boyum, D, Mueller, T. Mullowney.
The four language clubs united this year to
form the French-Latin and German-Spanish
association, or F.L.A.G.s. Their purpose
was to bring students ot all of the languages
together to compare and relate to the differ-
F.L.A.G.S. members had their traditional
Christmas party, incorporating international
Christmas customs into it to make the party
educational as vvell as tun.
With the help of the three Amity Aids who
were at our school this past year, F.L.A.G.S.
members had a chance to learn about, and
to understand, the life-styles and languages
ot the French, Latin, German, and Spanish
Flow 7: M. Hartje, K. Hennes
seyg Row 2: S. Atkins, L. Far
wick, L. Bergstedtg Row 3: K
Sonsteby, C. Neary, M. Amies,
Flow 4: Mrs. Wrobel, C. Turn
bomg Standing: C. Dussl,
Language S'ruden'rs Lei'
Row 1: C. Perrin, D. Etnier, J. Stone
A. Ness, K. Blasyck, G. l-lartfield
Miss Gust, K. Givens: Row 2: P
Krull, J. Braastad, S. Braastad, M.
Cloutier, L. Hendrickson, M. Des-
cheneg Row 3: J. Freeburg, K
Engdahl. J. Boese, A. Nettleton, S
Rock, L. Sorterbergg Row 4: J. l-lale,
C, Perovich, D. Witt, B. Norbie, T.
Houle, Flow 5: D. Schafouch, M.
Bennet, W. Wendt, L. Lilligren, D.
Krull, S. Titterude.
song Standing: C. Simpkins.
Their Voices Be Heard
Row 7: L. Hales, Mrs. Wimer, N. Lanz, Row 2:
C. Lundgren, L. Troseng Row 3: S. Marin, M.
Boros, N. Overdickg Flow 4: M. Denen, S. Wil-
Row 1: M. Skoglund, B. Larson, A.
Helm, D. Harrington, S. Draabelg
Row 2: E. Tennison, K. Jendro, A.
Borrud, J. Olson, L. Erickson, T.
Pawlik, Row 3: C. Buyse, K. Collins,
D. Tangen, T. Pawlik, T. Sage, Row
4: P. Dunn, S. Mickelson, D. Sun-
deen, K. Simonson, R. Benson,
Standing: T. Spencer, M. Tranby, P.
Askrin, Mr. Szymzcak.
Instructional Materials Center:
'Out' with The old,
in with the new'
From library to IMC, from Library Club to Media Club. This
year's library has definately changed. With a larger area in
the new building the library was able to offer a wider variety
of services to students. New books and magazines were
added, along with a microfilm magazine library to aid stu-
dents in their research. The Audio-Visual service in incorpo-
rated into the lMC facilities, allowing students to view films or
filmstrips, or hear tapes individually, as an aid in their
studies. Music tapes were also available to students in the
The Media Club is a service organization, made up entirely
of volunteer students under the supervision of Mr. Hysjulien,
Mrs. Carlson, and Mr. Faust. The members are given the job
of assisting the librarians by stamping books and helping
other students find materials in the new library.
Row 1: D. Johnson, L. Warian, L. Oppegard, D. Sherburne, S. Wanous, L, Parker, V. Vickstromg Row 2: S. Martin, L. Mao, P. Swanson,
P. Bentz, D. Lundberg, D. Sherburne, V. Kisrowg Row 3: L. Farrier, N. Overdick, Ft. Fults, M. Rinehart, B. Snyder, L. Olson, J. Janikow-
skig Row 4: S. Baker, B. Yelle, K. Grabers, J. Kreor, D. Via, M. Skoglund, L. Parker, T. Ftoden. Advisors: Mrs. Carlson, Mr. Hysjulion, Mr.
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Ffow 1: L. Spain, L. Lick, M. Spain, K. Macheledt, L. Pavin, S. Ward, D. Harrington, V. Glesner, N. Tamblyng Row 2: C. Free, J. Hauck,
C. Pemin, C. Laurltsen, F. Michaud, S. Hershey, Ft. Nohr, C. Keyser, M. Stimpsong Row 3: S. Heckler, J. Ranke, L. Schanhaar, S. Ca-
marata, S. Boettcher, J. Macheledt, K. Mattys, J. Gillespie, P. Bickner, M. Fedjeg Row 4: J. Hoskins, S. Wilson, L. Deurr, D. Gustafson,
B. Larson, M. Hirsch, B. Larson, K. Larson, S. Dean, M. Johnson, S. Brettschneider.
I972 ASH Publications
YEARBOOK STAFF: Pow 1: K. Blascyk, T. Hill, C. Simpkinsg Row 2: D. Olson, M. Mullowney, D. Peterson, J. Rudrud, C. Dietz, B. Perovich, D.
Stone, J. Stone, G. Ziegler, P. Way, D. Feist: Row 3: D. Foote, V. Olmstead, M. Fritzke, J. Quinlan, P. Hill, D. Harrington: Row 4: M. Thoe, S.
Hartie, G. Vetter, M. Hartje, D. Fiebelkorn, K. King, M. Blaskey, C. Dussl, L. Oppegard, L. White: Row 5: J. Mueller, K. Ward, G. Ramsay, D.
Hardy, D. Anderson, H. Peterson, N. Overdick.
What can you say about a yearbook once you've worked on
That it was frustrating, exciting, and hard vvorkg
That it loved new ideas, poetry, and then tradition Cin that
That it faced insurmountable difficulties, but found solutions,
That it missed deadlines, lost pictures, and misnumbered
But that it had a staff that tried.
Working on the yearbook means never having to say
"Hey, Mrs. Brown - I think we did it right!"
BUSlNESS STAFF: Seated: R. Shultz, Mr. Nordberg, C. Anderson,
Standing: S. Rock, S. Larson, C. Neushwander, S. Martin, L. White, L.
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STAFF: Row 1: E. Hadley, M. Wilber, D. Stone, C. Perovich, C. Lynch, Row 2: Mrs. Jorissen, D. Lester, L. Benson, B. Nelson,
Wilber, L. McClay, D. Redepenning, B. Perovich, Row 3: L. Helfinstine, K. Finnemore, M. Heidelberger, C. Simpkins, S. Meyer, V. Glesner,
McCoy, J. Quinlan, P. Way, P. Hill, Row 4: K. Meyer, D. Sundeen, J. Sampson, J. Tonding, T. Talbot, C. Snell, D. Johnson, D. Petter, D.
Anokahi editor-in-chief Deb Ftedepenning and assistant editor
Becky Perovich rejuvenated the All-American award-winning
Anokahi of 1971 to a more creative, modern, and relevent twice-
The school paper began publishing new columns and series by
experienced staff writers to appeal to the varied personalities at
ASH - Jon Essig fthe Tony Randall of the Sports Worldj wrote
humorous sports analysis, Cheryl Lynch compiled a three-part se-
ries of statistics on teen-age marriages, and Julie Quinlan contrib-
uted a series of in-depth research articles illustrating the religious
controversies of the past decade.
Despite problems involved in making deadlines, the Anokahi man-
aged to put out very successful issues - due in part to their new
darkroom facilities and also to their hard-working, enthusiastic
'aff' 'Q Co-editors Bedepenning and Perovich with the finished product.
Work Programs Allow
Minnesola Office Ecluca+ion Associalion
Sitting: T. Buzzelli, L. MoCrady, S. Riggs, D. DuSchar1e,C. Camp, C. Eoklund, W. Hruden, B. Holen, L. Waldooh, G. Russell, J. McEw
en, N. Hassler, V. Anderson, Standing: Mr. Crose, D. Herala, D. Olson, K. Nels, J. Hettwer, P. Drysen, P. Harmorniok, D.Torgrimsor1, K
Carithers, J. Medin, B. Nunnelle, B. Lester.
Vocalional lncluslrial Clubs Of America
Sitting: R. Bebeau, J. Loren, H. Anderson, D. McCormick, G. Strande, B. Goldenstern, D. Deans, J. Chounard, P. Hills, M. Chaffee
Standing: Mr. Wagner, T. Neary, D. Rust, V. Randle, M. Striklund, R. Beck, M. Berger, B. Coop, N. Klersy, P. Teeselink, G. Knudson, M
Washburn, C. Theisen.
Sludenls To Be 'On Their Cwn'
Dislribulive Education Clubs Of America
Sitting: D. Durham, Miss Case, E. Wyskocil, D. Schroeder, A. Domino, D. lmholte, D. Beumer, L. Lacy, Standing: D. Landowski, J. Lar-
kin, M. Bechenbach, P. Spohn, J. Wolf, K. Girouard, L. Sorterberg, L. Hovind, L. Makz, P. Chicoine, C. Adrians, B. Bulen.
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This past year seniors were allowed to participate in
a learning experience other than the traditional
classroom one. As a member of either VICA, DECA,
or MOEA each of these students spent two hours of
his school day in "on the job" training under the su-
pervision ot Mr. Wagner, Miss Case, or Mr. Crose.
Putting their training in business or office practices
to work, students chose employment in an area they
were especially interested in.
To Dance ls To Live
Tornado Twisters, under the direction of Mrs. Gus-
tafson, performed at pep tests and sports events
throughout the year. The girls also participated in
two dance clinics held at Jefferson and Columbia
Heights. The biggest event this year for the dance-
line was entering the Minneapolis Aquatennial in
Part of the danceline's duties was trying to arouse
interest in sports by making good luck signs to put
on the lockers of team members. "That's what Mrs.
Gustafson did when she was in high school," said
danceline members Susie Sell and Sue Kuelbs.
Danceline co-captains Judy Klammer and ,
F?ow1 T Tarbert C Eidem K Dahlberg S Ramsay R Dvoracek D Gerlach J Skaiewski Row2 M
L Stoen K Eidem S Sell M Clayton S Kuelbs D Olson J Neumann ROW3 W Shonts J Klammer N Albro
Nelson D Klammer S Stefanski V Frank D Paulson C Camp
Danceline performed during half time at Anoka football games
G.A.A. Builds S+rong Bodies I2 Ways
1. "GAA relieves my tensions after a hard test."
2. "You can do whatever you like to do."
3. "I like it for the chance to make new friends."
4. "lt's different!"
5. I'lt gives me the chance to get more exercise with
6. "Girls have the time to learn new activities and not have to
7. "It gives me a chance to explode!"
8. "I like it because I can goof around and have fun with
9. "Everyone has a wonderful time."
10. "I like it for chance to have a good time with girls I know
and Mrs. Abraham."
11. "lt gives girls who don't go out for sports a chance to do
12. Ml like football, volleyball, basketball, bowling, and all the
other activities we participate in."
Row 1: P. O'Keefe, D. Nelson, I. Spain, J. Undem, V. Glesner, M. Spain, L. Egelkraut, C. Hinricks, D. Etnier, S. Kraemer, S. Steinlick, P. Miller,
Row 2: D. Sherburne, S. Bettschneider, J. Nihalson, J. Gillespie, J. Ranke, K. Bradish, D. Nutter, B. I-lix, L. Dalland, J. Braastad, P. McCus-
key, Flow 3: K. Brennen, J. Hawkins, A. Nettleton, C. Turnbom, D. Lundberg, D. Baldridge, D. Lund, D. Larson, D. Schneider, P. Larson, A.
Ness, G. Anderson, Row 4: W. Wells, M. Doss, S. Shorma, S. Kraabel, M. Mullowney, D. Boland, L. Faick, C. Dahleimer, S. Renstrom, K.
Steinlick, M. Bladine, S. Horn, PI. Fuls.
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Working in the principal's office, the counselors' office, and
the resource centers, Anoka High School girls provided an
important service to both students and faculty.
ln the principal's office, girls help the secretaries by picking
up absence slips from the classes and delivering messages.
ln the counselors' office, the girls also deliver messages and
do errands for the counselors and secretaries.
ln the various resource centers girls help students by finding
books and pamphlets for them.
Although they have never been given credit as an activity
before, the high school girls who vvork in the offices deserve
this commendation for the service they provide.
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Mrs. Essig had trouble keeping up her image as a tough superv
sor in the Language Arts Resource Cente
The secretaries in the counselors' office helped create an inviting atmosphere.
Aviation Club Completed A Successful First Flight.
Club members experienced sitting in an airplane cockpit.
The Aviation Club was formed this
year in conjunction with the Aviation
Science classes. The purpose of the
club is to promote interest in aviation.
Members of the club visited several
local airports throughout the year, and
guest speakers were invited to meet-
ings to explain the possibilities of a fu-
ture in aviation.
This spring club members were guests
of the Minnesota Sky Diving Club at
Howard Lake, where the University
jumpers have their facilities, and mem-
bers were allowed to go up with two
jumpers and a pilot and watch as the
parachutists "bailed out."
Visiting l-loleman Airfield, students learned how an airplane was operated
Chess Club 'Moved' Through A Great Year
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Chess Club was an Hunorganized organiza-
tion," formed to give interested students a
chance to play chess.
Meetings were not held, there were no field
trips or tournaments. The club existed only
to provide the materials and the space for
kids to come in and play chess whenever
they wanted to.
Concentration was an important part of playing
"Wha+ is service wi+h joy. Song.
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Tow 7: B. Jensen, K. Johnson, B. Norbie, C. Seaberg, O. Fenna, J. Bostrom, M. Schanhaar, L. Beltrand, J. Nelson, J. Hanshoe S. Hender-
on, M. Heesen, L. Birrenkott, D. Peterson, D. Kent, O. Huftg Row 2: K. Chamberlain, T. Erickson P. Brue, S. Przezdzieck D. Olson M. La
lere, M. Cramblitt, C. Perovich, P. Senn, J. Hammer, V. Buhs, D. Hoover, S. Kemp, B. Norbie, Merkel, L. Marker, C. LaSalle, Row 3: S.
louley, J. Sawyer, D. Sandgren, V. Lemke, D. Shorma, D. Sand, T. Hamm, P. Botz, W. Stack, S. Crisis, M. Youso, R Demarais, S. Curtis, T.
ladden, S. Nettleton, L. Axcig, D. Lindley, Row 4: J. Rudrud, R. Ehlen, K. Ramsay, J. Fisher, V. Pieri, M. Amble, L. Omer, S. Ramsay, D. Ku
sk, W. Wendt, D. White, K. Hayes, D. Moes, S. Neuschander, D. Loger, S. Forse, M. Meyers.
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The Boys' and Girls' Ensembles were made up of students These Seleeted QVOUDS also Deffeffhed at the district ehe
Chggen frgm the Cgngert Chgir by Miss Hanenbefg, The En- state music contests, and entertained many different organi-
sembles practiced each week and performed at the choir Zehehe ThV0UQh0UT the Yeef-
ooncerts in the winter and spring.
Girls' Ensemble - Row 1: L. Tronsen, L. Benjamin, L. Erlandson, J. Smith, K. Sjobeck, K. Stregeg Flow 2: C. Seaberg, J. Elingson, S
Weise, M. Pauley, J. Stende, M. Bergerud, S. Cartyg Row 3: M. Stodola, D. Bartz, M. Kummer, S. Geslin, M. Conger, Fl. B. Olson!
Boys' Ensemble - Row 1: M. Larson, M. Kovar, J. Hegvig, P, Rainbow, Row 2: T. Stover, C. Skajewski, R. Greenly, J. Olson,
Newcomb: Row 3: C. Gilbertson, S. Sonnenberg, G. Danielson.
The Mixed Concert Choir is made up ot eighty-
tvvo juniors and seniors chosen from choir
classes. They presented their annual Christmas,
spring, and pop concerts, and also performed at
Brookdale during the Christmas season. ln the
spring the choir entered the district contest and
the music festival, Soloists from the choir also
vvent to the contests.
The Concert Choir Council, consisting of three
students, elected by the choir, is instrumental in
making any decisions for the entire choir and
helps prepare tor their performances.
Concert Choir Council: President, Mark Lsrsong Representatives, Marlene Pauley
and Julie Ellingson. Advisor, Miss l-lallenberg,
Row 1: S. Ernst, H. Hartje, N. Larson, J. Ellingson, D. Krull, L. Erlandson, J. Smith, B. Olson, M. Danielson, K, Strege, M. Bergerud, M. Shep-
erd, D. Miller, J. Wise, C. Walburn, L. Trosen, D. Bartz, S. Wise, M. Stodolag Row 2: K. Leanard, M. Olson, A. Ness, M. Kummer, S. Geslin, L
Benjamin, S. Braastad, C. Brencgt, K. Sjobeck, M. Conger, L. Parker, C. Crandall, L. Lofgren, J. Kielblock, S. Titterud, G. Ziegler, A. Dehn
M. Carty, Row 3: N. Peterson, L. Helonbrecht, E. Warhol, C. Taylor, M. Lastovich, S. Alley, J. Newcomb, M. McDonald, C. Snell, P. Baonbow
M. Kovar, L. Johnson, C. Gilbertson, J. Shurrer, T. Stover, Fi. McLean, B. lngman, W. Knapp, S. Sonnenburg, D. Hardy, M. Blaskey, ROW4
W. Richey, K. Norton, J. Olson, J. Eilkins, L. Svare, D. Jones, W. Lundberg, B. West, N. Anderson, K. Wagner, M. Larson, J. Hegvig, B
Greenly, D. Jones, C. Skajewski, G. Danielson.
New Faces Meant New Friends For AHS
AFS, or the American Field Service club is a service organi-
zation which each year sponsors two foreign exchange stu-
dents who come to Anoka to attend school and become ac-
quainted with American customs. AFS also sponsors two
Anoka students each year who are given the opportunity to
live and attend high school in a toreign country for a year.
This year Neils Petersen, from Denmark, and Testaye Shiv-
era, from Ethiopia are staying at Anoka. The AFS club mem-
bers help these students to meet other people on a one tc
one basis during their stay at Anoka.
Denise Witt and Liz Lilligren were chosen to represent
Anoka by attending school in a foreign country next year.
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Seated: S. Ewald, S. Wallace, L. Erickson, B. Bradley, D. Feist, T. Shivera, T. Bonnell, N. Anderson, Standing: J. Hall, S. Sell, J. John-
son, J. Prezedcki, L, Beltrand, A. Bonnell, L. Bergstedt, S. Flock, J. Johnson, Mr. Colvin.
Emanuel de Vitton of France seemed to be
obsessed with American carpeting.
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Three Amity Aids Enrich
ASH Language Arts Department
District ll was privileged to have had nine young people visiting from France
and Switzerland, as well as from several Latin American countries to act as
Amity Aids to begin the year's second semester.
Three ot these nine came to Anoka Senior High School on Monday, January 24,
1922. They were: Esperanza Fiodriguiez of Colombia, l-lilda Echeverria ot Costa
Rica, and Emmanual de Vitton of France.
These aids volunteered their time in order to visit the United States and study its
educational system. The housing of aids was provided by families in the area
who volunteered room and board.
Esperanza Rodriguez stayed at the home of Principal Arthur Dussl, Hilda Echev-
erria stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Veiman, and Emmanual de Vitton resided
with the Dr. William Rock family.
ot Costa Rica
enjoyed a typical
The Anoka Senior High School Orchestra directed by Mrs. Bonita Melting
Directed by Mrs. Bonita Melting, the AHS
Orchestra highlighted its year by playing
at the all-school musical "Hello Dollylt'
and by presenting Christmas and Spring
'Barter," by Sara Teasdale, expresses
the orchestras philosophy very well:
"Lite has loveliness to sell,
All beautiful and splendid things, gf
Blue waves vvhitened on a cliff,
Soaring fire that svvays and sings,
And children's faces looking up
Holding wonder like a cup.
Life has loveliness to sell,
Music like a curve of gold,
Scent ot pine trees in the rain,
Eyes that love you, arms that hold,
And for your spirit's still delight,
Holy thoughts that star the night.
Spend all you have for loveliness,
Buy it and never count the cost,
For one white, singing hour of peace
Count many a year of strife well lost,
And for a breath of ecstasy
Give all you have been, or could be.'
Secret agent 44-619 disguised as a French
HS Dedication Cerem
The Anoka Senior High School Chamber Orchestra
directed by Mrs. Bonita Melting
uartet Number Two: Colleen Frey, Debbie Stone, Mananna Some, Pam Some.
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Junior Ensemble: Front: Nancy Lundgren, Wendy Berghorst, Cindy Perovich, Ken Wagner. Back: Craig Anderson, Karen Macheledt, Colleen
frey, Pam Soine, Laurie Gesko, Cheryl Lynch, Pat Helm, Sue Heckler, Jeff Olson.
ASH Sparks New Possibilities For Cid Clubs
Under their advisor Mr. Blaurert the 1971-72 Photography
Club became a little more involved with the school curricu-
lum and offered a lot of new advantages forthe students in-
terested in learning the art of photography. A complete dark-
room was made available to the club in the graphic arts sec-
tion, and club members were able to get actual experience
in developing as well as taking their own pictures.
The Electronics Club members, under the direction of Mr.
Magnuson, were also exposed to a large number of opportu-
nities for projects. The facilities in the new building gave stu-
dents not only more room to work in, but more materials to
ELECTRONICS CLUB: Row 1: F. Jenson, M. Larson, M. Hanson, D. Evens, R. Underdahl, A. Swenson, Row 2: M. Waldolf, D.
Irvin, J. Frid, R. Hill, G. Ziegler, D. Vicha, J. Whitehead, W. Blue, J. Swenson, B. Fugate.
PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB: Mr. Blaurert, D. Irvin, G. Vetter, R. Carlson, N. Overdick, B. Larson, B. Peterson.
Special activities are one of the most important ingred-
ients in forming students of Anoka Senior High School.
And one of the important things about activities is peo-
ple, so this page is reserved for people's reactions to
Row 1: L. Pederson: Row 2: J. Quinlan, H. Stodola, J. Gillespie, P. Cox, W. Danielson, G. Winters, G. Reynolds, R Johnson B
Bradley, S. Nettletong Row 3: C. Lungren, S. Danielson, J. Stone, A. Nettleton, D. Olson, S. Dehn, M. Youso, M. Thoe J Nies
Row 4: P. Hill, R. Klersy, L. Hovind, L. Hales, C. Lauritsen, P. Joslin, K. Stack, Karen, S. Shoten: Row 6: F. Leeski, K Norton K
Wagner, D. Reynolds, J. Johnson, R. Mjos, W. Blue, L. Peterson, E. Gath.
By 1972, the ASH biology club had evolved into an
ecology and camping prone organization with its
largest membership ever.
After initiating its hordes ot new members in Sep-
tember, the club held its Fall campout in Sand Dune
State Park. Biology teacher Lyle Bradley hosted the
club for a backyard campout later in the year.
President Pat Joslin led the club in planning for
spring clean-ups, campouts, and the District ll Ele-
mentary School Science Fair.
"l'm a biologist who happens to be a teacher," club
advisor John Boege often said. The examples of
such avid scientists as Mr. Boege and Mr. Bradley
spurred several club members to consider pushing
a career in science. Kathy Stack would have liked to
mix math and science in a technological science -
perhaps in the field ot space travel, Eldon Gath and
Dave Fleissner aspired to analyze the chemical con-
tent ot everything that ever existed, Ron Mjos was,
is, and always will be a paleontologistg and Patty
Joslin wanted to work with animals - 'lAnything, as
long as it's alive!" she exclaimed at a Fall meeting.
Biology club activities spurred classroom interest in Mi-
lt you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,
lt you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
But make allowance for their doubting toog
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
Or being lied about, don't deal in lies,
Or being hated, don't give way to hating,
And yet don't look too good, nor talk too wise:
If you can dream - and not make dreams your master
ll you can think - and not make thoughts your aim,
It you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
And treat those two impostors just the same.
It you can make one heap of all your winnings
And risk it on one turn ot pitch-and-toss,
And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss.
Il you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,
Or walk with Kings - nor lose the common touch,
It neither foes nor loving friends-can hurt you,
If all men count with you, but none too much,
li you can fill the unforgiving minute
With sixty seconds worth of distance run,
Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it,
And - which is more - you'll be a man, my son!
,gg Rudyard Kipling
This year "the top brass" presented a
new school to the students and to the
community so that from the first day
when we marched into carpeting and
color, to the day of formal dedication, to
a host of visitorsg the school, the admin-
istrators, the staff, and students were on
display - and it all went off well. There
was a friendly feeling that had not existed
before. Would you believe that students
even said "Hi" to administrators and had
the greeting returned - in this, the year
Lots of top brass here.
"Ask not what your school," quoth Mr. Dussl
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The ever-patient secretaries: Mrs. English, Mrs. Host, Mrs Nelson
and Mrs. Swing.
Mr. Boese was smiling!!
Rounds was glad! b h .
The '7I-'72 Squad:
Two Refurning Le+'rermen
Coach Says, "Off
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"VII take one bucket of Kentucky Chicken," ordered Mr. Bragg.
2400 S'ruclent!5 Counselors 2 ? Faces and ? Feet:
lf you had asked one of our counselors, he might have
summed up his day in the following way: some abuse from
teachers who were annoyed that he requested a student's
presence during class time, some abuse from a student be-
cause the interpretation ot test scores did not agree with the
"Well, it's like this," explained Mr. Stende.
Mr. Skinner is the most popular man in school.
students convictions about his own ability to do well on
tests, two million phone calls from irate parents, two phone
calls from the main office, Cbut those sufficient for any dayb,
and a little bit of praise that makes it all worthwhile - l'Boy,
you really gave me help when l needed it. Thanks!"
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Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Beyer were always ready to help.
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"Perhaps this is what you wanl," suggested Mr. Wangsness.
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A Work Of Art - The Department And The Idea
Mr. Follrath appreciated a rare moment for contemplation.
A line from the Talmud reads "Man is, in a sense, a creator,
and therefore, a collaborator with God." In Art Labs this
year, students were expected to be 'collaborators' in any
way they could express themselves. In everything from
drawing with crayons to contour cutouts, art teachers pulled
every kind of creative talent out of their art students.
More advanced art classes, such as Sculpture and Textiles,
stressed an individualized study and method. Developing a
personal medium and a personally distinctive method in that
medium formed the theme tor advanced art students.
Miss Prochaska liked to keep her students in creative agony.
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Mrs. Elnes sometimes found it hard to believe the subjects chosen
Mrs. Manning was always there to guide the unsure.
An Art In Business, Too
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"No, this is not the Anoka State Hospital, I think." Even Mr. Long
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As usual, Mr. Crose was happily doing whatever he was doing.
Display ls Business' Answer
A stroll through the business department took you into the
world of Adventure. Where else could you see a snowmo-
bile poised for flight manned by the friendliest of yellow
dogs, or overhear a round table discussion on how to in-
crease magazine subscriptions in one easy lesson? But all
of the above was meant to be only the beginning for the
business instructors who had as their goal the education of
efficient, knowledgeable office personnel of the near future.
Miss E. Anderson foundpointing sometimes helps.
Miss Lemberg always enjoyed her work.
Mrs. Vicklund's classes couldn't help but be enjoyed.
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Another fun assignment from Mrs. Doschades.
Cooks Deligh+ From
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Mrs. Thompson didn't seem as tall as her students.
Mrs. Nesheim seemed to appreciate Boys Chef.
Mrs. Byrum liked to find something to smile about.
Boys In Frilly Aprons
lrs. Tolkinen shared her enthusiasm for the new department.
"Now, this is how it works," explained Mrs. Panning.
Billy Boy baked cherry pies at Anoka Senior High, because
this year we had a new, exciting, revolutionary course called
Boys Chef. Mrs. Tolkinen and Mrs. Nesheim undertook to in-
struct five classes ot boys in the art of kneading, mixing, and
boiling to create the most talked about course of the year.
When the gentlemen were polled as to their reasons tor tak-
ing the course, the reply came quickly - "We like to eat!"
l'm not really mad," said Mr. Whittier.
Mr. Wagner found time to just sit and think.
"See, it's actually very simple," explained Mr. Blauert.
Mr. Magnuson got a charge out of his students.
"Come on, you stupid flea, jump!" coaxed Mr. Moehrke.
Mr. Buehler took time to cast a wary eye.
The industrial Arts Department enjoyed the new building
facilities, with more space and additional equipment availa-
ble than ever before. The curriculum was expanded to in-
clude graphic arts and a full program of auto mechanics,
power mechanics, and small engines. A wider variety of ex-
perience for students was possible because some classes
were offered on a semester schedule. The objectives of the
l.A. program was to provide students with a wide range of
experience related to industry and the world of work, which
provided the basis for the year's activities.
To Be An lndus+rialis'r
"lf you want it done right, you have to do it yourself," decided Mr.
Mr. Grefe encouraged a young man in his work.
Mr. Hammer used an overhead to project his point
"Today's announcements are as follows . . Mr. Lundblad stuck
to daily routine.
To Be, Or Not To Be . . . An English Teacher
"Today's menu is . . Another of Mrs. Bagenstos' special lec
"This is how you catch a basketball," demonstrated Mr. Erickson,
the Shakespeare student.
"Ooh, the answers some kids give," groaned Mr. Nabedriok. "Let's be a little intrigued," suggested Miss Story.
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Mrs. Van Nostrand was practicing teacher talents.
Mrs. L. Anderson stressed ner point. There was never a dull moment in Miss Kuppich's class.
Mrs. Brown was talking about literature?
Good ol' Mr. Granum.
You could always expect a warm smile from Mrs. Jorissen.
Read, Write, And Rewrite
This year Language Arts meant more than English classes
since the area included the Spanish, French, and German
classes. To all, the resource center meant new freedom to
pursue individual and group projects with materials right at
hand or quickly gathered by Mrs. Essig, who staffed the cen-
ter. ln addition, it was possible to receive help from a number
of teachers since their offices were adjoining tothe resource
center. One student summed up his positive feeling as "Bet-
ter than modular, since we all have a place in the plan of the
To the joy ofthe seniors, the new building did not mean that
all the old had been replaced. lt was still possible to hear Mr.
Erickson's famous stories, charge the monster Grendel,
sympathize with Billy Budd, and convince teachers that
sophomores had not learned everything in the book.
Good Grief! Mrs. Olson allowed Charlie in her class!
Mr. Hochstetter communed with Aristotle tor a moment.
Miss Westerberg gave attention to a problem with Mr. Webster
Miss Ulferts always had a briefcase full of goodies.
"LA" Resource Cenler - Language Arls
"All right, quiet over there." Even Mrs. Baker could be stern once Miss Paul remembered a happy moment before "Dolly" began.
in a while.
Mrs. Hoeft received assistance from student teacher, Miss Gust.
"This article is a lotta bunk," said Mr. Hall.
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Cheerlulness was a habit with Miss l-loglund.
There is no bug on that blackboard," said Mr. Joyce.
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Miss Wrobel liked io keep up with her bookwork. .wgrpr-,,,'Q,5
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While There's Life, There's Hope -
For Man And His Environment'
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read Mr. Holdridge.
Learning to effectively function in a democratic society by
practicing democratic actions in a classroom situation is the
basis upon which the new class, Man and His Environment
was built. One hundred and fifty juniors took part in this pro-
gram, designed as an alternative to traditional education.
Three separate classrooms were replaced by one, three sep-
arate teachers coordinated their efforts into a team teaching
situation, English, social, and business education were
blended together, and ninety students spent three hours a
day together, learning more about each other and the
subjects than they would have in one hour, This new con-
cept in education allowed for better understanding between
students and teachers and gave them a chance to build a
better working relationship with each other.
Students were given a broad variety of information on study
topics. Guest speakers provided more than one view to
problems. Personal research projects gave students a
chance to really get involved in a subject that interested
them. Their conclusions were based on personal experi-
ences in the community as well as on independent study in
By relating to others in a classroom situation, students
gained something more than a knowledge of facts from Man
and l-lis Environment.
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Try, Try Again - Nobody Gets Math The First Time
"Now just wait a doggone minute, there," argued Mr. Dahl.
All students agree that the new building didn't help to make
math any easier - now you were lucky it you could find
your way through the maze to the area itself, once you ar-
rived the computer was prepared to bite you, solid and trig
didn't move out ot your way, and the teachers didn't seem to
understand that the approach should be casual in an new
area. But the rewards - solutions to problems that con-
vinced you that you really were an Einstein, preparation for
college classes that you would need, and finally the ability to
balance your checkbook, were, from the student's point of
view, all worthwhile.
let me see, now, what comes next," wondered Mr. Swen
Mr. Malcolm relaxed alter a hard "Match"
"You put WHAT in my coffee?" asked Mr. Goodrlck.
"I didn't hear that last word." Mr. Schyma liked to keep an open ear.
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teachers have to eat to live, Mr. Bann proved.
"3 . . . 4 . . . 5 . . Not all Mrs. Abrahz-1m's days went
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Mrs. Zi9Q'ef h9'D9d in the IMC- "May I help you?" asked Mrs. Carlson.
Mr. Peterson got into the swing of things.
Sound, Sound, Sound
This Time l+'s Music
"Sing!" encouraged Miss Hallenberg.
Who played that crazy note?" wondered Mr. Olson.
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Shape Up Or
Ship Out - A
Motto For The
Phy. Ed. Dept.
Even if we are only counting mere
size, the Phy. Ed. department has
gone through its "biggest" change in
its history with the completion of the
field house and the surrounding area.
The field house made it possible to in-
crease curriculum offerings to such
subjects as tennis and archery. The
addition of much more outside training
area has also made it possible to make
firm the offer of a year different from
the others - ever done push-ups out-
side at 30 degrees? And don't forget
that the increased size of the area
made it possible for all of us to be
seated at assemblies - a first in a
"We're doing it my way,"
stated Mr. Kropp.
"Someone must know what this means," thought Mr. Alley.
"This is not a basebalI," explained Mr. Parker.
" v "You did that!" laughed Miss Knuti.
"Good try," thought Mrs. Gustafson.
"What was that?" asked Miss Hilderbrandt. "Who's missing?" asked Mr. Nelson.
Biology And Chemistry Learned To Co-Exist'
"lt's like this," explained Mr. Bradley.
"We're twins," laughed Mr. Buerkle.
"And these pollute," said Mr. Meyer.
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"The answer is here somewhere," Mr. Ohland maintained
'Very interesting," commented Mr, Johnson.
That's not how to do it," said Mr. Jeppson.
Mr. Boege was always efficient
"Careful," warned Mr. Shuckhart.
The most apparent change in the Science Department this
year was in Biology.
Emphasis in advanced biology divided into three fields this
year - microbiology, taught by Mr. Meyer, physiology,
taught by lvlr. Boegeg and paleontology, taught by Mr. Brad-
ley. Advanced Biology students spent twelve weeks studying
A new natural habitat study area, located in the swamps and
woods between the school building and the Mississippi
River, was developed by the biology teachers and their stu-
dents to give both advanced and general biology classes an
opportunity to observe flora and fauna as the naturally
Two new resource rooms - one growing plants and one
housing animals - gave students a place for keeping mate-
rials for botanical or Zoological projects. Student labs and in-
dividual experimental rooms were used for disections and in-
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Mrs. Flohs was pleased that no one was absent.
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Mr. Gamble mused about injustice.
"What?" asked Mr, Hass.
"Amazing people!" thought Mr, Bell. "Of course my beard is real," said Mr. Mork.
"I won't smile," thought Mr. Fausi who doubled as A-V Director
"My fish was this long," bragged Mr. Preston.
"Now what are they trying to do?" wondered Mr. Dorn
"i saw that," Mr. Milburn chuckled.
Always Making History
"It's simpIe," Mr. Moening asserted.
"I want exact answers," from Mr. Wanstrom's chalk.
"Take five," instructed Mr. Wanamaker.
Watch it kid," threatened Mr. Buss
"Sounds logical," agreed Mr. Eakin.
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"What can I do to improve them?" wondered Mr. Colvin
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year planned a progression ot learning through which the
student builds his understanding of past and current history.
By breaking dovvn class materials into specialized areas stu-
dents vvere given the opportunity of in-depth studies on a
subject that relates directly to society today. Educational films aided Mr. Smith's classes.
Will I make it?
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have I come a mile, or
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Sophomore cheerleader and District itil school officials
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adolescence and adulthood
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Tha'r you don'+ know wha'r you've go+ "fill i+'s gone.
Myron Aadland Tim Aadland James Abeler Sherry Adams Caron Adriaens
W Nanette Albro Steve Aleshire Steve Alley Larry Amundson Neils Andersen
Cory Anderson Glenn Anderson Greg Anderson Michael Anderson Richard Anderson
Florlald Anderson Steve Anderson Vicky Anderson Wanda Ankeny Kim Arey
Gary Arnold Gary Asfaly Philip Askren Vicky Aslagson Daniel Atkinson
Julianne Backhaus Jeff Backowski Edward Bancroft George Bancroft I Stephen Banke
Jackie Barcal Bruce Barnes Robbie Bartels Richard Barthel Jane Barthold
Morris Bass Wayne Bass Kevin Batko Doug Batters Allen Bebeau
liftandall Bebeau Renee Beck Mary Beckenbach DeAnn Becker Dennis Behr
Jon Bendix Bruce Bennett LuAnn Benson Linda Benton Allen Bergeman
Richard Bergman Leroy Berry Darlene Beumer Bonney Bielen Margaret Bird
Mary Blair Melissa Blaskey Stephen Blewett Karen Blood Jeffery Blue
Warren Boerner William Boettcher Debbie Bohanon Kathy Bohnen Stuart Bolduc
Thomas Bonnell Marilyn Boros Deborrah Bouten Patricia Bradish Robert Bragelman
Sid Brashears Arvin Breiwick Robert Bulen Kris Bune Kelly Burgess
Steve Burley Ronald Butts Antionette Buzzelli Sandra Camarate Joan Cameron
"As my fa+hers plan+ed for me,
so I do plant' for my children." - Taani+, 23.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Rochelle Foushee, Secretaryg Marypaul Johnson, Co-treasurerg Mike Kovar, Vice-
Presidentg Randy Rand, Co-treasurer, Gary Danielson, President.
"This time, like all other times, is i
a very good one - if we know
Wl'l6'l' 'ro do Wi'l'l'l i'l'." Edison
Cheryl Camp Kevin Carithers Christine Carlson
Mr. Colvin always managed to stress South Da-
kota's influence on 20th century events in his
Robyn Carlson Robert Carter Michelle Carty
Terry Castle Charles Castner Debra Causin Michael Chaffee Terry Chamberlain
Paul8iChlC0if1G Joe Chounard Guy Christensen Peggy Christian Diane Claypool
Warren Collen Donna Conger Mary Conger William Connett Barbara Coop'
Cindy Couture Michael Cramblitt Candie Crandall Gary Crowe Debbie Dahl
Don Dahl Ronald Dahl Karen Dahlberg Charles Dahlheimer Chuck Dahlheimer
Judi Dahlheimer Philip Dahlheimer Brad Danielson Gary Danielson Shelley Danielson
David Dargis Wayne Davis Sara Dean Douglas Deans Mike DeCamp
Cory Dehn Joe Dehn Mary Dehn Robert Dehn Tim DeJong
Jeffrey DeMarais John Denis Cynthia Dietz Annette Domino Tom Donnette
David Dosedei Paul Douglas Becki Draeger Steven Dreon Deborah Dryden
Peggy Dryden Colleen Dubisar Debra Durham Debra Duschane Joan Dusosky
Claudia Dussi Ronda Dvoracek Curtis Eastiing Connie Ecklund Ernest Eden
"lf a man does noi keep pace
wi+h his companions, perhaps
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Jerry Egge Sheela Ehrmantraut
Larry Edwards Lynda Egelkraut d n+ d m m e r . Q .
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Cheryl Eidem Steven Eidem
Julie Ellingson Mary Ellefson David Enge Glen Emery Debra Erickson
Dennis Erickson Kathleen Erickson Linda Erickson Michael Erickson John Erlandson
D Susan Ernst Linda Eskildsen Jonathan Essig Scott Ewald Catherine Farrier
Paulette Farwick Debra FeiSt Pam Fernandes Deborah Fiebelkorn Rose Fields
Kathy Finnemore Cindy Fischer David Fleissher John Flor Debra Foote
Patricia Forss Keith Fossen Walter Fournier Rochelle Foushee Viki Frank
TGVVY FVGYUOHZ Kevin Ganaghef Mary Gaslin Eldon Gath Katherine Geier
Lei' him slep +o 'rhe music
which he hears, however
- H. D. Thoreau
Debra Gentz Sue Geslin Susan Giddings
Steve Gilbert Teresa Gillan Kathryn Girouard
M? Senior Jenny Wood watched marching band
Janet Glasrnann, Bradley Goldenstein Margie Gominsky COWDGWOU HT LGCVOSSG-
Sheryl Grams Theresa Graves Randall Greenly Joel Gregory Dana Grosslein
Ronald Gustafson Debra Gustolson Susan Hackbarth Ellen Hadley Rebecca Hadley
Bradley Hagemo Dennis Hall Jean Halverson Don Hand Tom Hanish
Tim Hanley Dale Hanson Jeff Hanson Debra Hardy Lois Harmon
Renee HfiHT1OrF1iCK Scott Hi-lmdefl Dennis Harrington Jim Harris Gay Hartfiel
Nora Hassler Debbie Hathaway Douglas Haugen John Hawkins Robert Haywood
Wayne Heath Brian Heck Susan Heck Tom Hedberg Jon Di-leigvik
"I+ is in each of us 'rhal lhe peace of 'rhe world is
cas'r . . . from our hearls I+ mus'r spread ou+ 'ro l'he
limils of 'Hwe universe." -- Cardinal Sevens
Kim Hedquist Marlys Heidelberger Ann Heim Larry Heim Joan Heitzman
ise Helfinstine Larry Helmbrecht Steve Henderson Rose Hennessey James Hennesy
David Herrala Rick Hesli Jack Hettwer Paula Hewitt Pamela Hill
Dean Hills Lois Hills Richard Hills Dennis Hiltz Carol Hoffman
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WOI'ld9l'.H - Lawrence FerlingheH'i
Jay Hoffman Loreen Holland Paul Holland
Mr. Dussl, Governor Wendell Anderson and
Wayne Holm Dawn Holmstrom William Honebrink mm Qff'C'a'S addfessed the Student DOGS' l
Kenneth Hopper Judy Horn Mark Hoskins Pat Houck Linda Hovind
Wendy Hruden Carole Hubbard Robert Humphreys Peggy Huston Sheldon Hyatt
Debra lmholte Dennis Irvin Liz lsler Patricia lund Darrell Jamieson
Joanne Janikowski Diane Jedlicka Joann Jenkins Kenneth Jensen Kyle Jenson
Lorelei Johansen Cathy Johnson Janet Johnson Lynn Johnson Marypaul Johnson
Jennifer Johnson Richard Johnson Wayne Johnson Barbara Johnston Donald Jongquist
Patricia Joslin Y D John Kangas Greg Kapaun Lee Kappadahl James Kappelhoff
Mary Karpe Christina Kemp Ron Kent
Sandy Kent Judy Killmer Kathryn King
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ing Oueen Karen Dahlberg.
Carmen Kinsley Diane Kisler Judy Klammer
Barb Klein Nancy Klersy Brad Klick Leann Kliever James Klosterman
GGY Knudson Denr1iS Knuth Mike Kohoui Denise Konen Kathy Koopman
Brad Koskie Mike Kovar Debra Krull Bryan Kufus Gayla Kulenkamp
Marie Kummer Cozette Kuno Elizabeth Lacey Don Landecker Debbie Landowski
Julie Larkin Connie Larson Keith Larson Mark Larson Tom Larson
Thomas Larson Mark Lastovich Christine Lauritsen Mike Leadens William Lester
Debbie Lester Peggy Luke Debra Lundberg Suzanne Lynch Christina Leeb
Randy Leger David Legrid Douglas Leu Linda Lick Lisbeth Lilligren
Mark Lindberg Michael Lindgren Lori Lindsay Gregg Lockwood Timothy Loehlein
Robert Longfield James Loren Toni Maid Lou Ann Maki Margaret Mangan
Thomas Mangels Debra Marotte Barb Martin Sandra Martin Thomas Martini
Laffy McCaIIa Rosanna McCann Thomas McArdIe Steve McCarty David McCormack
There are no limits on your
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Lynanne McGrady Jane McEwen
Xrt students were forced to tolerate a few inadequacies during the first
veeks of school - the absence of chairs, for instance. Dan Mcparland Michael McLaughlin
Judy Medin Steve Merrick William Merritt Peggy Messner William Meuwissen
Debbie Meyer Jim Meyer Sherry Meyer Steve Mickelson Mike Midlo
Cheryl Miller Deborah Miller Thomas Miller Thomas Miller Dennis Minor
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Scott Mitchell Debra Mix
Greg MOIIHGF Dennis Moore
Headwaiter Pierre CMike Kovarj poured Dolly Levi CSue Geslinj another glass ,
of champagne in the tall production of the musical "Hello Dolly!" Thomas Moreau Greg Morey'
Bradely Morrow David Mortensen Greg Morton Mike Mudd Roger Muecke
Judy Mueller Tim Mullowney Terrance Neary Robert Negless Kenneth Neis
Brenda Nelson Ceclia Nelson Graig Nelson Vicki Nelson Pamela Nesset
Jonathan Newcomb Marlys Nicholson Pamela Nohr Renee Nohr Kenneth Nolte
William Noon Lyle Norberg Thomas Norbie David Nordin Jeffrey Nordling
Anita Nordvik Robert Nunnelee Patricia O'Keefe Janet O'Konek Sandra Olmstead
Beverly Olson Davi Ann Olson Dan Olson David Olson Kathleen Olson
Mary Olson Nancy Olson Laurie Olstad Robert Oman Ross Omdahl
Linda Omit Rodney Oppegard Richard Orvis Lynne Oslin LOr1r1ie Ostrom
Alane Ostrowski Charles Packer Robert Paddock Deborah Palmer Barbara Paschke
Tom Patchen Merlene Pauley Deborah Paulson Daniel Pederson Becky Perovich
Betty Peterson Bonita Peterson Bonnie Peterson Kevin Peterson Randy Peterson'
David Petter Greg Petterson Susan Pfannenstein Tom Pfleider Daniel Pinewski
Flon Ploog George Post Norman Pratt Tom Prody Dwight Pullman
Darlene Putman LouAnn Pyka Julie Quinlan Ted Raines Gail Ramsay
Randall Rand Tom Ftandall Vicki Randle Debra Fledepenning Mary Fledmann
Barbara Redmann Steven Reedstrom Joyce Reichert
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Chris Renko Carol Reynolds Theresa Richards
Senior Larry Helm took a moment between
CIEISSGS to COl'iTerT1Dl3tS. Charles Remy Sandra Riggs William Riley
Janet Robb Stacey Rook Carol Roemhild Doug Rogers Geno Ronallo
Dan Ronnebaum Jim Rudlong Jackie Rudrud Diane Ruhl Diana Rust
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Gary Ftydh Lee Sage Jeffrey Sampson Janis Sanasac Mary Sanborn
Dianne Saulter Steve Sawyer Jacalyn Schake Larry Schalo Phyllis Schendel
Steve Schendel Mark Schinkel Kathy Schmitt Gregor Schnetzler Dawn Schnickels
Diane Schroeder Ken Schroeder Laurie Schuh Paul Schuler Charles Schultz
Kathy Schultz Michael Schultze James Scott Phillip Seebach Sandra Severson
The nes'r is good
for noihing when
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- Jeihro Tull
Q A N MSW' Michael Shank Keith Shannon Rick Sharbonno
Tonja Shish Tesfaye Shiferaw Carol Shobe
Some seniors said Mr. Gamble never sat down
the ennfe Year' Suzan Shorma Randy Sidener Debora Sigfrid
Colleen Simpkins Charles Skajewski Debra Skjefte William Smith Curtis Snell
Gregory Snyder Maryanna Soine LeAnn Sorteberg Mary Spain Tom Spencer
Patricia Spohn Connie Sprouls Brigid Stack Sunday Stefanski Terry Steindel
Jeanne Stende David Sterry Robin Stewart Marge Stodola Greory Stolp
Debra Stone Deborah Strand Jeff Strand Gene Strande Mary Stroklund
Daniel Stromgren David Sundeen Marlette Sutherland Pam Sweeney Sandy Sweney
Sharon Sweney Mike Talbot Timothy Talbot Nancy Tambiyn Brian Tanner
Pam Teeselink Russell Terrell Deborah Thedorff Diane Theisen Dan Theusch
Marla Thoe Joseph Thorner Bruce Thrall Sandra Titterud John Tonding
Donna Torgrimson John Torseth Dorene Treichel Karen Trettin Cindy Trombley
Gregory Tronson Julie Undem Carol Underwood Darwin Upton Jane Veiman
Michael Vevea Dick Vielguth Sandra Vigen Betty Mansfield Don Vry
Ellen Vyskocil Jack Wagner Jean Wagner Linda Waldoch David Wallace
Michael Wallace Barbara Walters Susan Wanamaker Dale Wanous Karen Ward
Patrick Ward Glenn Warlol Marianne Washburn Paula Way William Way
Mary Weidner Douglas Weikert Ted Welse Ruth Wells Linda White
Wesley White James Whitehead Maureen Wick Sherri Wiese Mike Wilber
Molly Wilberg John Wingard Janet Wolf Jennifer Wood Clara Woodstrom
Robert Wright Kathleen Wyatt Randall Young Gary Yourzak Curtis Ziebarth
Gall Ziegler Gary Ziegler
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Senior Activity Incl ex
ABELELER, JIM: Honor Society ll, III, Biology Club I, Y.G.O.P, Band
I, F.L.A.G.S. III.
ADAMS, SHERRY: G.A.A. I, Student Council I, II, Ill, Spanish Club l,
II, Gymnastics I, II, Track I, ll, Broomball I, II, Ill.
ADRIAENS, CARON: Media Club I, M.O.E.A. III.
ALBRAO, NANNETTE: G.A.A. I, Media Club I, ll, Student Council
Ill, Spanish Club II, Tornado Twisters Il, III, Hockey Boosters Ill.
ALESHIRE, STEVEN: Intermural Basketball.
ALLEY, STEVE: National Honor Society II, Ill, A Club I, Il, III, Student
Council II, Football, Hockey, Baseball, Choir I, II, Ill.
ANDERSON, CORY: Baseball, Soccer.
ANDERSON, GLENN: V.l.C.A. III.
ANDERSON, GREG: National Honor Society Il, III, Latin Club I, ll,
Anokan Il, Band I, II, Ill.
ANDERSON, MIKE: National Honor Society ll, Ill, Band I, ll, lll, Ten-
nis, Hello Dolly Ill, One Act Play III, Speech Contest III.
ANDERSON, NIELS: Choir III, Student Council Ill, National Honor
Society III, Soccer, A.F.S. Ill, Track.
ANDERSON, RICHARD: Hockey.
ANDERSON, RONALD: Wrestling.
ANDERSON, STEVE: A Club ll, lil, TRACK, Cross Country.
ANDERSON, VICKY: F.F.A. II, D.E.C.A. III.
ANKENY, WANDA: Photography Club I, Cheerleader I, Pep Club I,
Art Club I, Yearbook I, Newspaper I, German Club Ill, F.L.A.G.S. III.
BACKHAUS, JULIANNE: F.H.A. II.
BACKOWSKI, JEFF: F.F.A., Intramural Basketball.
BANCROFT, ED: F.F.A. III.
BANCROFT, GEORGE: A Club I, II, III.
BARNES, BRUCE: Football, Track.
BARTELS, ROB: F.F.A. III, Media Club I, Aviation Science Club III.
BASS, MORRIS: Media Club I.
BASS, WAYNE: Band I, Gymnastics.
BEBEAU, AL: F.F.A. I. ll.
BEABEAU, RANDALL: A Club II, Ill, Biology Club Il, Ill, V.I,C.A. III,
Auto Club III, Baseball, Basketball, Football, Coachmen Race Club.
BECK, RENEE: Spanish Club ll, Ill, V.I.C.A. Ill, Girls' Gymnastics,
Band I, Choir I, ll, Cheerleading, Girls Track.
BACKENBACH, MARY: M.O.E.A. Ill.
BECKER, DEANN: National Honor Society II, Ill, Student Council I,
Latin Club II, Band I, II, III.
BEHR, DENNIS: Band I, II, III, Track.
BENDIX, JON: A Club Ill, Basketball, Golf.
BENNETT, BRUCE: A Club I, II, Ill, Auto Club, III, Band I, Gymnas-
BENSON, LUANN: Anokahi III, Wrestling Pep Club lll.
BENTON, LINDA: G.A.A. II.
BERGEMAN, ALLEN: F.F.A. I, III.
BERGER, MELANIE: Media Club I, V.I.C.A. III.
BERGMAN, RICK: Auto Club III.
BERRY, LE ROY.
BEUMER, DARLENE: O.E.A. III, B.A.T, Club Il.
BIELEN, BOHNEY: Spanish Club I, II, Ill, G.A.A. I, Biology Club I, Il,
Choir I, ll, Ill, Fall Play III, One Act Plays I.
BLAIR, MARY: G.A.A. I.
BLASKEY, MELISSA: G.A.A. I, Media Club I, A.F.S. I, Wrestling Pep
Club Ill, Batgirl I, Il, Anokan Ill, Choir I, ll, III, Girls Gymnastics,
BLEWETT, STEVE: Student Council Ill, Class Officer Il, Band I.
BLOOD, KAREN: F.T.A. I.
BLUE, JEFF: F.F.A. III.
BOERNER, WARREN: Football, Wrestling, Baseball.
BOETTCHER, WILLIAM: Baseball.
BOHANON, DEB: Orchestra Il, Band I, II, III, Choir I.
BOLDUC, STUART: Aviation Science Club III, Hockey.
BONNELL, TOM: Honor Society II, III, A Club I, II, III, A.F.S. I, Il, III,
Y.G.O.P. I, Il, Ill, Band I, ll, III, Basketball, Golf.
BORGEN, JACK: F.F.A. II.
BOROS, MARILYN: F.H.A. II, Spanish Club II, Ill, Biology Club I,
Choir I, Il, III.
BOYUM, JOAN: F.F.A. III.
BRANGER, TOM: A Club I, II, Ill, Student Council, I, Class Officers
I, Band I, II, III.
BREIWICK, ARVIN: Auto Club III.
BULEN, ROBERT: M.O.E.A. Ill, Band I, II.
BUNE, KRIS: Band I, ll, Track II, Ill, Ski Club Ill, Gymnastics I, ll, III.
BUTTS, RON: Orchestra I, Il, III, Debate I, Tennis, Speech Contests
I, II, III.
BUZZELLI, ANTIONETTE: D.E.C.A. III.
CAMARATA, SANDY: Media Club Il, Ill.
CAMERON, JOAN: French Club I, Il, Band, I.
CAMP, CHERYL: G.A.A. I,D.E.C.A. III, Tornado Twisters II, III, Girls
CARITHERS, KEVIN: "A" Club, F.F.A., D.E.C.A., Swimming III,
Cross Country I.
CARLSON, ROBYN: F.H.A. III: Photography Ill, Choir II, Ill.
CARTY, MICHELLE: Band I, II, Ill, Choir I, II, III, Girls' Ensemble II,
Ill, Mixed Ensemble II, III, Brass Choir II, Ill, Football Band II, Play
CASTLE, TERRY: NHS. II, Ill, "A" Club I, II, III.
CASTNER, CHUCK: F.F.A. I, Ill.
CAUSIN, DEBBIE: F.H.A. II, Ill.
CHAFFEE, MIKE: V.I.C.A. III, Track I.
CHICIONE, PAULA: Media I, II, III, M.O.E.A. Ill.
CHOUNARD, JOE: V.l.C.A. Ill.
CHRISTIAN, DIXIE: F.H.A. II, Media I, Girls' Track II.
CHRISTIAN, PEGGY: F.F.A. III, Cheerleaders I, Il, Ill.
CLAYPOOL, DIANE: Choir I, II, III.
COLLEN, WARREN: Band I, II, III, Choir I, II, III.
CONGER, DONNA: G.A.A. I, ll, Band I, II, Ill, Symphony II, Ill, Foot-
ball Il, lll, Band Council Rep. Ill, Track I, ll, Ill, Gymnastics I.
CONGER, MARY: Choir I, ll, Ill, Band I, II, Ensemble II, III.
CONNETT, BILL: Tennis II, III.
COOSP, BARBARA: V.I.C.A. III.
CRANDALL, CANDY: Choir I, II, III.
CRAVENS, PAUL: "A" Club I, Il, III, Swimming I, Il, III.
CROWE, GARY: F.F.A. I, ll, III, Band I, II, III.
DAHLBERG, KAREN: NHS. I, II, Media I, Student Council III, Anok-
an lll, Tornado Twisters ll, Ill, Prom II, Fall Homecoming Oueen Ill.
DAHLHEIMER, CHUCK: F.F.A.
DAHLHEIMER, PHIL: F.F.A. I.
DANIELSON, BRAD: "A" Club I, ll, III, Band I, Gymnastics I, II, III:
DANIELSON, GARY: Class Officer ll, III, Student Congress III, Banc
I, II, III, Choir I, II, III, Drama I, II, III, Boys' Ensemble I, ll, Ill.
DANIELSON, SHELLEY: G.A.A. I, Biology II, III.
DARGIS, DAVE: F.F.A. I.
DAVIS, WAYNE: "A" Club II, Ill, F.F.A III, Choir I, Il.
DEAN, SARA: Medial, ll, Ill, Biology I, II, Ill, German III.
DEANS, DOUG: V.I.C.A. I.
DEHEN, MERRY: Spanish I, ll, III, Track II, III, Gymnastics I, Il:
Swimming II, Ill, Cheerleading III.
DEHN, CORY: G.A.A. I, Spanish I, Girls' Track I.
DEHN, BOB: F.F.A. II.
DEHN, JOE: F.F.A. I.
DEHN, MARY, N HS ll. Ill, Band I, II. III, German III, Football Banc
ll: Woodwind Choir ll: Anoka Girl Ill, Play Orchestra Ill,
DEJONG, TIMOTHY: Soccer III.
DeMARAlS, JEFF: F.F.A. lllg Track II.
DENNIS, JOHN: Gymnastics I, Il.
DIETZ, CYNTHIA: N.H.S. ll, III: Anokan Illg Band I, ll, lllg Cheerlead-
ing I, ll, Ill: Wrestling Pep Club Ill.
DOMINA, ANNETTE: G.A.A. lg M.O.E.A. III, Girls Gymnastics I, Il.
DOSEDEL, DAVE: Band I, ll, Ill: Marching Band ll, III: Tennis Il.
DOUGLAS, PAUL: Track I.
DONNETTE, TOM: F.F.A. Ill.
DREON, STEVE: F.F.A. I.
DRYDEN, DEBORAH: Biology I: Jr.
DRYDEN, PEGGY: D.E.C.A. Ill: Choir II.
DURHAM, DEBRA: N.H.S. ll, III: G.A.A. I: French Club I, ll, M.O.E.A.
III: Y.D.F.L. ll, III: Literary Leaf ll.
DUSHANE, DEBRA: Media Club I, Il, D.E.C.A. III: Y.G.O.P. ll, Ill: Ski
DUSSL, CLAUDIA: Media lg A.F.S. I, II, Ill: Orchestra I, ll, Ill, Spanish
II, III: Anokan II, Ill.
DVORACEK, RONDA: N.H.S. Il, Ill: G.A.A. I: Tornado Twisters I, II,
III, Track I.
EASTLING, CURTIS: Chess II, III.
EDEN, ERNIE: F.F.A. ll, III.
EDWARDS, LARRY: Media I, ll.
EGLEKRAUT, LYNDA: G.A.A. ll, III: Band I, ll, III: Tennis III.
EHRMANTRAUR, SHEILA: G.A.A. Il, F.H.A. ll: Basketball II.
EIDEM, CHERYL: Tornado Twisters II, Ill: Wrestling Pep Club III.
EIDEM, STEVEN: Hockey I.
ELLINGSON, JULIE: Choir I, ll, Ill: Girls Ensemble ll, III: Carousel Il:
Hello Dolly III: Concert Choir Rep. III.
ENGE, DAVE: N.H.S. ll, III, "A" Club ll, Ill: Y.G.O.P. I, ll, Ill, Anokahi
III: Football I, Il: III: Track II.
ERICKSON, DEBBIE K: French Ig Biology I, Choir I, ll.
ERICKSON, LINDA: N.H.S. II, III: G.A.A. lg Media I, ll, III, Marching
Band ll, Ill: Y.G.O.P. Il, Ill, Band I, Il, Ill.
ERICKSON, KATHY: Biology I.
ERICKSON, MIKE: F.F.A. Il: Anokahi II.
ERLANDSON, JOHN: "A" Club I, ll, III, F.F.A. Il: Aviation Science II,
Cross Country I, Il, Ill: Track I, ll, III: Hockey I.
ERNST, SUE: Media Ill: Biology I, Student Congress III, Choir I, ll,
Ill: Drama I, ll, III.
ESSIG, JONATHAN: N.H.S. Il, III, A.F.S. lg Latin ll: Anokahi III, Band
I, II, Track ll, Ill: "Hello Dolly" Crew.
EWALD, SCOTT: N.H.S. II, III: A.F.S. I, ll, Ill, Orchestra ll: Y.G.O.P.
I, II, lllg Band I, II, Ill: Basketball I: Intramural Broomball II: Golf I, II,
FORNIER, CATHERINE: Spanish I, II, Y.D.F.L. Ill: Choir I, Il, III.
FARWICK, PAULETTE: Band I, II, Ill.
FEIST, DEBRA: N.H.S. Il, III: G.A.A. Ig Media I: A.F.S. III, Spanish Il,
Y.G.O.P. Il, III: Anokan III: Band I, Il, Ill: Football Marching Band ll,
III: Wrestling Scorekeeper Il, III: Wrestling Pep Club Ill.
FERNADES, PAM: The Cambridge Group Il, III.
FIEBELKORN, DEBBY: G.A.A. I: Orchestra I, ll, Ill: Anokan Ill, Girls
Gymnastics I, ll, III: Girls Track I, Il, III.
FINNEMORE, KATHLEEN: G.A.A. I, Il: Biology lg Anokahi II, Ill,
Track I, ll, III.
FISCHER, CINDY: V.l.C.A. Ill.
FLEISSNER, DAVID: N.H.S. ll, III: Biology I, Il, Ill.
FLOR, JOHN: F.F.A. ll, Ill.
FOOTE, DEBRA: Biology lg German III: Anokan Ill.
FORSS, PAT: Biology ll, Choir I, II, III.
FOURNIER, WALTER: Intramural Basketball I, Il, III.
FOUSHEE, ROCHELLE: N.H.S. ll, III, French I, ll, Class Officers I, ll,
FRANK, VICTORIA: Student Council III: Tornado Twisters I, ll, Ill:
Hockey Pep Club lll.
FRAYHOLTE, TERRY: F.F.A. lllg Intramural Football and Basketball
FULTS, DARRYL: Intramural Basketball I, Il, III.
GALLAGHER, KEVIN: "A" Club I, ll, III: F.F.A. Ill: Cross Country I,
ll, Ill: Track I, ll, III: Intramural Basketball I, ll, III.
GASLIN, MARY: G.A.A. I, ll, Ill, Media I, II: Girls Gymnastics ll, Ill,
GEIER, KATHERINE: G.A.A. I, Media I, ll: Class Officer I, Tornado
Twisters lg Girls Gymnastics I, II.
GENTZ, DEBBIE: French ll: Choir II, Ill.
GILBERT, STEVEN: Spanish I, Band I, Il: Aviation Science III.
GILLAN, TERRY: Girls Track II.
GILLESPIE, JANNA: G.A.A. lg F.H.A. I, Biology ll.
GIROURD, KATHIE: G.A.A. I, ll: Biology I, ll, III, M.O.E.A. III, Jr.
Achievement I, ll.
GOLDENSTEIN, BRAD: V.l.C.A. Ill.
GREENLY, RANDY: Choir I, Il, Ill, Musical I, ll, III: Ensemble Il, III.
GROSSLEIN, DANA: Band I, ll, Ill, Ski III.
GUSTAFSON, DEBBIE: Media I, Biology II.
GUSTAFSON, RON: F.F.A. I: Basketball ll: Track I.
HACKBARTH, SUSAN: G.A.A. I: F.H.A. Il: Orchestra I, ll, III:
Y.D.F.L. ll, III: Chamber Orchestra Ill, Hello Dolly Orchestra, Jr. Sr.
HADLEY, ELLEN: N.H.S. Il, Ill: G.A.A. Ig Media I, Anokahi Ill, Girls
Swimming III: Hockey Boosters Ill: Anoka High Reporter ll, III.
HADLEY, BECKY: N.H.S. ll, III: French I, Il: Choir I, Il, Ill.
HAGEMO, BRAD: N.H.S. ll, Ill: French Ill: Band I, II, III.
HALL, DENNIS: Band I, II, Goli I, II, III.
HANLEY, TIM: "A" Club III: Choir Il: Hockey II: Cross Country Ill:
Track Ill: Basketball I.
HARDY, DEB: A.F.S. I: Choir I, II, Ill.
HARMON, LOIS: Media lg Biology I, II, Band I, ll, III: Drama I, ll, Ill.
HARMORNICK: A.F.S. I: D.E.C.A. III.
HARNDEN, SCOTT: Tennis I, II.
HARRISON, DEB: Media I.
HARTFIEL, GAY: N.H.S. III: Media Ig French III: Prom Committee ll.
HASSLER, NORA: G.A.A. lg D.E.C.A. III, Girls Gymnastics I, II.
HAWKINS, JOHN: Electronics lg Ski III.
HAYWOOD, ROBERT: Spanish Ig Photography Ill, Choir lg Ski III.
HECK, BRIAN: Orchestra ll: Band Ill.
HECK, SUE: Spanish II.
HEDBERG, TIM: "A" Il, Ill.
HEDOUIST, KIM: G.A.A. lg Orchestra lg Band I, Il, III: Choir I, II, III:
HEGVIK, JON: Band I, II, Ill: Choir I, ll, III: Ski ll: Boys Ensemble I, llg
Intramural Basketball lg Intramural Broomball I, ll.
HEIDELBERGER, MARLYS: G.A.A. llg Anokahi II, III: Track I.
HEIM, ANN: Latin ll, Ill, Band I, Ill.
HEIM, LARRY "A" Ill: Electronics I.
HELFINSTINE, LOUISE: N.H.S. Il, III: Media I, Anokahi ll, III: Wres-
tling Pep Ill.
HELMBRECHT, LARRY: Choir I, ll, III.
HENDERSON, STEVE: Gymnastics ll, Ill.
HENNESSEY, ROSE: Spanish II.
HENNESY, JIM: "A" Club Il, III: Football lg Basketball I, ll, III: Base-
ball I, ll, Ill.
HERRALA, DAVID: D.E.C.A. III.
HESLI, RICK: Auto III.
HETTWER, JACK: D.E.C.A. III.
HEWITT, PAULA: G.A.A. lg Band I, II.
HILL, PAM: N.H.S. Il, III, Media I, II, Biology I, II, Ill, Anokahi ll, Ill:
Anokan Co-Editor III: Friends of the Earth II, III: Drama II,
HILLS, RICK: V.I.C.A. III.
HOFFMAN, CAROL: Media I.
HOFFMAN, JAY: F.H.A. II.
HOLLAND, LOREEN: Bowling.
HOLMSTROM, DARON: Cambridge Project I, II, Media II, Home Ec-
HOUCK, PAT: Student Congress, Y.D.F.L. II, Choir I, Il, III, Debate
HOVIND, LINDA: Biology I, Il, III, M.O.E.A. III.
HRUDEN, WENDY: D.E.C.A. III.
HUBBARD, CAROLE: N.H.S. Il, III, French Il, Biology I, Football
Band II, III, Band I, ll, III, Debate I, Windwind Choir I, II.
HUEBNER, STEVE: F.F.A. II, III, Intramural Basketball, Gymnastics,
HYMANSON, JEFFREY: Hockey I, Il, Ill.
INHOLTE, DEBBI: Media Il, F.H.A. ll, M.O.E.A. III.
IRVIN, DENNIS: Photography Ill, Electronics Ill.
IUND, PATRICIA ANN: Band I, ll, Ill, Winter Activities Band Ill, Brass
JANIKOWSKI, JONANNE: Media I, II, III, F.H.A. I, Biology I.
JENKINS, JOANN: Biology I.
JENSEN, KEN: N.H.S. ll, III, "A" Club I, Il, Ill, Y.G.O.P. ll, Ill, Band I,
Il, III, Debate I, Gymnastics I, ll, III.
JOHNSON, JAN: Choir Il, III, F.H.A.
JOHNSON, JENNIFER: N.H.S. ll, Ill, Media I, Student Council I, II,
A.F.S. I, II, III, Orchestra III, French I, Band I, II, III, Girls Gymnastics
I, II, Track.
JOHNSON, LYNN: N.H.S. I, ll, Latin Il, Biology Il, Band I, Il, III,
Marching Band II, Ill.
JOHNSON, MARYPAUL: N.H.S. II, Ill, G.A.A. I, A.F.S. I, Spanish I,
II, Class Officers I, Il, Ill, Anokan ll, Choir I, ll, III, Broomball II, III:
JOHNSON, RICK: "A" Club I, II, Ill.
JOHNSON, WILLIAM: Football ll.
JONOUIST, DONALD: Auto III.
JOSLIN, PAT: N.H.S. II, Ill, Biology I, II, III, Swimming Timer II.
KANGAS, JOHN: Orchestra Ill, Band I, II, Ill, Wrestling I.
KAPAUN, GREG: Aviation Science III.
KAPPELHOFF, JIM: Hockey II, Ill, Football I.
KARPE, MARY: Media II, Band I, Il, Ill, Football Band ll, Ill.
KEMP, CHRIS: F.H.A. I, Orchestra Ill, Cambridge Project.
KENT, RON: "A" Club III, Band I, Il, Football I, II, III, Track I, Intra-
mural I, II, III, Broomball Il, III.
KENT, SANDY: G.A.A. I, Spanish ll, Biology I, Band I, ll, III, Girls
KILLMER, JUDY: Band I, Track ll, Gymnastics Ill, Ski Ill.
KING, KATHRYN: National Honor Society ll, III, Anokan Ill, Band I,
Gymnastics, Track, Swimming, Cheerleading.
KINSLEY, CARMEN: G.A.A. I, Media Club I, Spanish I.
KLAMMER, JUDY: Tornado Twisters I, Il, III, Gymnastics, Track.
KLEIN, BARB: National Honor Society II, III, G.A.A. I, Spanish Club
I, Band I, ll, Ill.
KLERSY, NANCY: V.I.C.A. Ill.
KLICK, BRAD:'F.F.A. III.
KLOSTERMAN, JAMES: Football I, ll, Track I, Il, Ill.
KOHOUT, MIKE: "A" Club II, III, Gymnastics I, ll, Ill.
KONEN, DENISE: G.A.A. Il, Spanish Club ll, Ill, Gymnastics II, Four-
H I, II, Ill.
KOOPMAN, KATHY: Choir I, ll, III, Tennis.
KOSKIE, BRAD: "A" Club Il, III, Track I, ll, Ill, Cross Country I, II, III.
KOVAR, MIKE: "A" Club ll, Ill, Class Officers III, Choir I, II, Ill, Hock-
ey I, II, III, Golf I, ll.
KRULL, DEB: G.A.A. I, French Club I, III, Class Officers I, Choir I, Il,
Ill, Ski Club III.
KUFUS, BRYAN: National Honor Society II, Ill, "A" Club ll, III, Band
I, II, Ill.
KULSETH, JOHN: Student Council I, Latin Club I, Biology I
D.E.C.A. III, Choir I, III.
KUMMER, MARIE: A.F.S. I, French I, ll, Choir I, II, III.
KUNO, COZETTE: Golf Ill.
LACEY, ELIZABETH: Media Club II, M.O.E.A. I.
LANDECKER, DONALD: F.H.A. Ill, Football I, II, Intermural II, Ill
Broomball II, Ill.
LANDOWSKI, DEBRA: M.O.E.A. III.
LARKIN, JULIE: M.O.E.A. III.
LARSON, MARK R.: Band I, Il, Ill, Choir I, Il, Ill, Drama I, II, III.
LARSON, TOM A.: Auto Club Ill.
LASTOVICH, MARK: Choir I, II, Ill.
LARSON, TOM C.: Choir I, II, Ill, Baseball I, II, III, Intramural Basket-
ball I, II, Ill.
LAURITSON, CHRIS: Media Club I, ll, III, Biology Club I, ll, Ill.
LEADENS, MIKE: "A" Club I, II, III, F.F.A. III, Student Countil Ill.
LEGRID, DAVE: A.F.S. I, Y.G.O.P. I, Band I, ll, III.
LESTER, BILL: "A" Club III, Student Council ll, D.E.C.A. ll, Foot-
ball, Hockey, Baseball.
LESTER, DEBRA: Anokahi Ill.
LEU, DOUG: "A" Club III, Intramural Basketball, Broomball, Cross
Country, Track, Swimming.
LICK, LINDA: Media Club Ill, Choir I, Il, III.
LILLIGREN, LUZ: French Club I, II, Ill, Band I, II, III.
LINDBERG, MARK: Ski Club Ill.
LINDSAY, LORI: Gymnastics I, Il, III.
LOEHLEIN, TOM: National Honor Society ll, III, Golf I, II, III.
LONGFIELD, BOB: F.F.A. I, II, lll.
LOREN, JIM: V.I.C.A. III.
LUKE, PEGGY: G.A.A. l, Media Club I, National Honor Society ll, Ill:
Student Council I, II, Ill, Band I, ll, Ski Club Ill, Gymnastics I, II, Ill,
Prom Committee ll.
LYNDBERG, DEB: G.A.A. I, Il, Ill, Media Club ll, III, Biology Club I,
Track I, ll, Ill, Basketball III, Chess Club Ill.
LUNDSTROM, ALLEN: Hockey Ill, Golf ll, Ill.
MAKI, LOU ANN: M.O.E.A. Ill, Choir II.
MANGELS, TOM: Gymnastics I, Track I.
MANGAN, MARGARET: Media Club I, A.F.S. I, Orchestra III,
French Club II, Band I, II, Ill.
MANSFIELD, BETTY: Anokan Il, Band I.
MARTIN, BARB. .
MARTIN, SANDRA: G.A.A. I, II, Y.G.O.P. ll, Ill, Anokan III, Media
Club I, II, III, Basketball III, Prom ll.
MARTINI, TOM: Wrestling I, II, Baseball ll.
MASICA, ROSE: Choir.
MCARDLE, TOM: Band I, Intramural Basketball III.
MCCALLA, LARRY. '
MCCANN, ROSANNA: Band I, ll, Photography Club Ill, Gymnastics
I, Track I.
McCARTY, STEVE: T.D.F.L. I, ll, III, Electronics Club I, Il, Intramu-
rals Sports I, Chess Club ll, III.
MCCORMACK, DAVE: V.I.C.A. III.
MCCRADY, LYANNE: D.E.C.A. I, Latin ll, Orchestra Ill, A.F.S. II
MCEWEEN, JANE: D.E.C.A. III.
MCFARLAND, DAN: Hockey ll.
MCLEAN, TIM: Biology Club I, Student Congress I, Anokahi ll.
MEDIN, JUDY: D.E.C.A. Ill.
MERRICK, STEVE: "A" Club Ill, Anokahi III, Anokan ll, Ill, Intramu-
ral I, II, III, Baseball I, ll, Ill, Basketball I.
MERRITT, BILL: National Honor Society II, Ill, "A" Club III, Studen'
Council I, Orchestra III, Band I, II, III, Football I, II, Ill, Basketball I, Il
Baseball I, II, III, One Act Play Ill.
MESSNER, PEGGY: Broomball II, III, Guidance Office Worker I, II
MEUVISSEN, B. J.
MEYER, DEBBIE: F.H.A. III, Spanish Club I, Anokan II.
MEYER, SHERFKYZ Anokahi Il.
MICHAUD, DAVID: F.F.A. Ill, Media Club I, Il, III.
ICHAUD, FRANCES: Media Club I, ll, Ill.
ICKELSON, STEVE: Baseball I, Wrestling II.
IDLO, MIKE: F.F.A. I, ll.
ILLER, CHERYL: National Honor Society ll, III, Media Club lg
A.F.S. lg Band I, Il, lllg Debate Ig Jr. Great Books Ill.
ILLER, DEBBIE: Student Council Il, lllg Choir I, ll, Ill.
ILLER: TOM: Choir Il.
ILLER, THOMAS W.: Gymnastics.
INOR, DENNIS: "A" Club Il, Ill, Media Club Ig Auto Club Illg Biolo-
gy Club Ip Football I, Ilg Gymnastics I, ll, lllg Tennis I.
MITCHELL, SCOTT: National Honor Society ll, III: "A" Club II, Ill:
Biology Club ll: Swimming I, Il, Ill.
MIX, DEB: G.A.A. lg Band I, Il, III.
MOLLNER, GREG: Auto Club Ill.
MOORE, DENNIS: Intramural Basketball I, ll, Ill.
MOREAU, TOM: Football I.
MORELL, GREG: German Club III.
MORGAN, DAN: National Honor Society ll, Ill.
MORROW, BRAD: "A" Club I, Il, lllg F.F.A. Ill.
MORTENSON, DAVE: Band I, II, Ill.
MORTON, GREG L.: F.F.A. Ill.
MUELLER, JUDY: Spanish Club Ilg Anokan Ill.
MULLOWNEY, TIM: F.F.A. ll, Illg Choir I, II.
NEARY, TERRY: A.V. I, II, V.l.C.A. Ill.
NEIS, KEN: D.E.C.A. Ill.
NELSON, CECILIA: Tornado Twisters II, Ill, National Honor Society
Il, III: Gymnastics I, II, Illg Track I, II, Ill.
NESSET, PAM: Media Club ll, III.
NEWCOMB, JON: Band I, ll, Ill: Choir I, II, III.
NICHOLSON, MARLYS: Choir.
NOHR, PAM: Choir I, Il, Ill.
NOHR, RENEE: Media Club Ill: Y.D.F.L. Ill, Choir Ill: Prom Commit-
NOLTE, KENNETH: Football lg Tennis I, ll.
NORBERG, LYLE: Auto Club Ill.
EORDVIK, ANITA: National Honor Society I, Il, Ill: Orchestra I, ll, Ill:
hoir I, ll, Ill.
NORDLING, JEFF: Basketball I, ll, Baseball I, ll, Ill.
NUNNELEE, BOB: D.E.C.A. III.
O'KEEFE, PAT: G.A.A. ll, Ill, Spanish Club ll: Y.D.F.L. Ill.
OLSON, BEV: National Honor Society ll, lllg Band I, ll, Ill: Choir I, ll,
III: Hockey Boosters III.
OLSON, DAN R.: National Honor Society: D.E.C.A. Ill.
OLSON, DAVE: D.E.C.A. Ill.
OLSON, DAVI ANN: Anokan Ig Tornado Twisters Ig Girls Gymnastics
OLSON, DEBORAH: Media Club I, II, lllg Y.D.F.L. II: Student Con-
gress I, ll.
OLSON, KATHY: National Honor Society Il, III: Orchestra Il, III:
Band I, Il, III.
OLSON, MARY: Choir I, ll, III.
OLSON, NANCY: Spanish Club I, Il: Cheerleading ll, Girls Gymnas-
tics I, Il, Ill, Girls Track I.
OLSTAD, LAURIE: Orchestra l, ll, Ill.
OLMSTEAD, WENDY: Media Club II: Spanish Club ll: Choir I: Cam-
bridge State Hospital Il, III.
OMAN, ROBERT: Band I, Il, Ill.
OMAN, ROBIN: G.A.A. I.
OMDAHL, ROSS: "A" Club I, II, III, F.F.A. II, Ill, Hockey I, ll, Ill: In-
tramural I, ll, Ill.
OMIT, LINDA: G.A.A. lg Biology Club I, Il: Band I, II.
OPPEGARD, ROD: "A" Club I, Il, Ill: Baseball I, II, Ill, Basketball I, Il.
ORVIS, RICK: F.F.A. I, ll, III.
OSLIN, LYNNE: F.H.A. I.
PACKER, CHUCK: Wrestling.
PADDOCH, BOB: Football I, Il: Gymnastics II, Illg Auto Club Ill.
PALMER, DEBORAH M.: G.A.A. lg Spanish Club I, ll, Tornado
Twisters lg Ski Club Ill.
PASCHKE, BARB: Biology Club I, II, Band I, Il.
PATCHER, TOM: Band.
PAULEY, MARLENE: National Honor Society Il, Ill: Media Club lg
Orchestra Il, Ill: Biology Club I: Y.G.O,P. I, II, III: Band I, ll, Ill: Choir
I, ll, III.
PAULSON, DEBBIE: G.A.A. I, Orchestra I, Il, Illg Tornado Twisters I,
ll, Ill, Girls Track I, II.
PEROVICH, BECKY: G.A.A. Ip Media Club Ig A.F.S. Ig Anokahi ll, III:
Band I, ll, Ill, Choir I: Batgirl Il, Illg Wrestling Pep Club Ill.
PETERSON, BETTY: F.H.A. Ilg Y.D.F.L. Ill: Spanish Club I, ll, III,
Choir I, ll, Ill, Wrestling Pep Club Ill.
PETERSON, BONITA: Photography Club III: Band I, Il, Girls Gym-
nastics Ig Girls Track I.
PETERSON, BONNIE: Band I, llg Girls Gymnastics I, II, Girls Track I
PETERSON HAROLD: Y.D.F.L. Il, lllg Anokan III.
PETERSON KEVIN: "A" Club Ig Band I, ll, Ill: Football Ill: Tennis II,
PETERSON, RANDY: V.I.C.A. Ill.
PETTER, DAVE: Anokahi Ill, Wrestling Ig Basketball ll: Track II, Ill
PETTERSON, GREG: Choir I, ll, III.
PFANNENSTEIN, SUE: F.F.A. Illg Choir ll, Ill.
PFLEIDER, TOM: "A" Club I, ll, Ill: Anokan ll: Basketball I, llg Soc
cer III: Golf I, ll, Illg Intramural Broomball III.
PINEWSKI, DAN: Biology Club lg Band I, ll, III, Ski Club Ill.
PLOOG, RON: F.F.A. lllg Choir III.
PRATT, NORMA: F.F.A. Ill: Baseball I, ll, Ill, Football I, Il: Basketball
PRICE, REGGIE: F.F:A. I, Il, III.
PRODY, TOM: National Honor Society II, Ill, "A" Club ll, Ill: Football
I, ll, III, Baseball I, II.
PULLMANN, DWIGHT: F.F.A.
PYKA, LOU ANN.
OUINLAN, JULIE: National Honor Society Il, lllg Media Club I, ll,
Y.D,F.L. llg Anokahi Ill, Anokan lllg Friends ofthe Earth Il: One-Act
Play Contest ll.
RAMSAY, GAIL: A.F.S. I, French Club Ig Student Congress I, ll, Ill:
RAND, RANDY: "A" Club I, ll, Ill, Spanish Club I, Il: Class Officers
Ill, Anokan II, III.
RANDLE, VICKI: V.l.C.A. III.
REDEPENNING, DEBBIE: French Club llg Anokahi II, III: Wrestling
Pep Club Ill.
REDMAN, BARB: G.A.A.: French Club.
REDMANN, MARY: G.A.A. Illg French Club ll: Biology Club Il, Ski
Club Ill: Girls Gymnastics ll.
REICHERT, JOYCE: Media Club lg F.H.A. I.
REMY, CHARLES: Basketball lllg Track I.
RENKO, CHRIS: "A" Club Ill.
REYNOLDS, CAROL: Anokan ll: Choir I, ll, Ill: Spanish Club II.
RICHARDS, TERRY: G.A.A. I.
RIGGS, SANDY: D.E.C.A. Ill: Band I, ll.
RILEY, WILLIAM: "A" Club I, Il, Ill: Wrestling I, ll.
ROCK, STACEY: National Honor Society ll, lllg G.A.A. I, ll: A.F.S. I,
II, III: Orchestra Il, III: French Club I, ll, Ill: Anokan Ill.
ROEMHILD, CAROL: Debate II.
ROGERS, DOUG: "A" Club Ill: Football I, ll, Ill: Track I.
RONNEBAUM, DAN: F.F.A. Ill.
RUDLONG, JIM: Wrestling I, Il, Ill, Football I, II, Ill: lntermural Bas-
ketball I, III,
RUDRUD, JACKIE: Spanish Club ll, Band I, II, III.
RUDSTROM, STEVE: Spanish Club llg Band I, II.
RUSSELL, GAIL: D.E.C.A. III: Automotive Club Ill.
RUST, DIANA: G.A.A. I: Orchestral, Il, Ill: V.l.C.A. lllg Anokahi II, lllg
Speech Contest ll, III.
SAGE, LEE: "A" Club I, ll: F.F.A. Ig Latin Club I, llg Biology Club I,
Y.G.O.P. I, Il, Ill: Band I, II, Football I, Il, Illg Basketball I, ll, Ill: Golf I,
SAMPSON, JEFF: "A" Club lllg Anokahi Illg Football I, II, Ill: Golf I, II,
Intramurals I, ll, Ill.
SANASAC, JANIS: National Honor Society II, Ill, G.A.A. I, Ilg Wres-
tling Pep Club Ill: Girls Gymnastics I, ll, Ill: Girls Tennis Ill.
SANBORN, MARY: Anokahi llg Gymnastics I.
SAULTER, DIANE: Media Club I.
SAWYER, STEVE: "A" Club Ill, F.F.A. Ill: Auto Club llg Wrestling I,
SCHENDEL, PHYLLIS: F.F.A. III.
SCHENDEL, STEVE: F.F.A. III, Hockey I.
SCHINKEL, MARK: "A" Club I, ll, Ill: F.F.A. ll, Tennis I, ll, III.
SCHMITT, KATHY: Spanish Club lg Photography Club Ill: Anokahi
Ill: Choir I.
SCHROEDER, DIANE: M.O.E.A. Ill, Band I, Il.
SCHROEDER, KEN: Band I, Il, Ill.
SCHUH, LAURIE, Orchestra I, ll, Ill, Swimming I, ll, Ill, Track I.
SCHULER, PAUL: Media Club ll, Audio-Visual Ill.
SCHULTZ, KATHY: Media Club ll.
SCOTT, JIM: Orchestra I, Il, III.
SCHUMACHER, JAN: F.H.A. Ill: Choir I, ll, Ill.
SEVERSON, SANDY: Choir I, ll, Ill.
SHANNON, KEITH: Tennis I, ll, Ill.
SJIFERAW, TESFAYE: Student Council III: A.F.S. Ill.
SHISH, TANJA: G.A.A. lg Media Club lg Spanish Club III.
SCHOBE, CAROL: Media Club I: Gymnastics I.
SHOWERS, DAVID: F.F.A. Ill, Auto Club I.
SIMPKINS, COLLEEN: G.A.A. I, II, A.F.S. I, ll: Spanish Club I, II, III,
Anokahi Ill: Anokan Il: Broomball Il, Ill.
SKAJEWSKI, CHUCK: "A" Club I, II, III: Choir I, ll, Ill.
SNELL, CURT: National Honor Society ll, Ill, "A" Club I, ll, Ill: Choir
I, Il, Ill: Baseball I, II, Ill: Football I, ll, Ill: Basketball I, ll.
SNYDER, GREG: "A" Club Ill: Media Club I, Il, Spanish Club Ig
Chess Club I, Football I, ll, Ill: Wrestling I, Track ll, Ill.
SOINE, MARYANNA: National Honor Society ll, Ill: Orchestra I, ll,
SORTEBERG, LEANN: M.O.E.A. III.
SPAIN, MARY: G.A.A. III: Y.D.F.L. III: Media Club I, Il, Ill.
SPENCER, TOM: National Honor Society Il, III: "A" Club Ill, Or-
chestra ll, Ill, Latin Club ll, Ill, Band I, ll, Ill: Choir Ig Football I, ll, Ill,
Track I, Ill, Gymnastics I, Swimming I, Ill.
SPOHN, PAT: Band I, Ill, Y.G.O.P. I, II.
STACK, BRIGID: G.A.A. Ig Band I, II.
STEFANSKI, SUNDAY: G.A.A. Ig Tornado Twisters ll, Ill: Girls Track
STEINDEL, TERRY: Gun Club.
STENDE, JEANNE: Orchestra III, French Club II: Biology Club I,
Band I, II, Ill, Choir I.
STERRY, DAVE: F.F.A. I, ll.
STEWART, ROBIN: Gymnastics I.
STODOLA, MARGE: Media Club lg A.F.S. lg Biology Club I, II, Ill:
Anokan Ill: Choir I, ll, Ill, Friends of the Earth.
STRAND, DEBORAH: A.F.S. lg Media Club I: National Honor Socie-
ty Il, Ill, Band I, Il, Ill, Great Books Ill, Prom Il.
STOLP, GREGORY: F.F.A. I, II, III.
STONE, DEB: Orchestra I, ll, Ill: Anokahi lllg Anokan Ill.
STRAND, JEFF: Student Council.
STRANDE, GENE: V.l.C.A. Ill.
STROKLUND, MARY: V,I.C.A. Ill.
SUNDEEN, DAVID: Y.D.F.L. Il, III, Latin Club Ill, Anokahi ll, III:
Chess Club ll, Ill: Great Books ll, Ill.
SUTHERLAND, MARLETTE: Spanish Club I.
SWENEY, SANDY: G.A.A. I, Gymnastics I, II.
SWENEY, SHARON: G.A.A. I, Il, Ski Club Ill.
TALBOT, MIKE: F.F.A. I, ll: Aviation Club lg Football I, II.
TALBOT, TIM: Auto Club III.
TANNER, BRIAN: "A" Club I, ll, Ill, Latin Club ll.
TAMBLYN, NANCY: Media Club I, ll, III.
TEESELINK, PAM: V.l.C.A. Ill: Choir I.
THEISEN, CHUCK: V.l.C.A. Ill: Golf I, ll.
THEISEN, DIANE: Basketball III.
THOE, MARLA: Y.G.O.P. Ill, Band I, Il, Biology Club Ill: German
Club Ill: Anokan III.
THORNER, JOE: "A" Club Il, Ill, F.F.A. Ill: Spanish Club II: Aviation
Club III, Football: Swimming ll.
THRALL, BRUCE: Auto Club Ill.
TITTERUD, SANDEE: French Club I, Ill, Choir I, Il, Ill, Ski Club II
TONDING, JOHN: Anokahi Ill: Tennis I, ll, Soccer III: lntramura
Basketball I, ll, Ill.
TORGRIMSON, DONNA: D.E.C.A. III.
TORSETH, JOHN: National Honor Society ll, III: Orchestra I, I
Aviation Club Ill.
TREICHEL, DORENE: Media Club I, F.H.A. I.
TRETTIN, KAREN: Anokahi ll: Band I, II, III.
TROMBLEY, CINDY: Basketball lg Golf I.
TRONSON, GREG: F.F.A. ll.
UMBREIT, LARRY: F.F.A. I.
UNDERWOOD, CAROL: G.A.A. I, A.F.S. lg Choir Ill.
UNDEM, JULIE: National Honor Society ll, Ill: G.A.A. I, Ill: F.H.A. Il
Spanish Club Il, Ill, Biology Club 1: Anokan Il: Basketball III: Wres
tling Pep Club Ill.
VETTER, GREG: Photography Club Il, Ill: Anokan II, Ill.
VEVEA, MIKE: F.F.A. Ill.
VEILGUTH, DICK: "A" Club Ill, F.F.A. I.
VRY, DON: "A" Club I, ll, lllg Orchestra I, ll, III: Tennis I, ll, Ill, Swim
ming I, II, Ill.
VYSKOCIL, ELLEN: G.A.A. I: M.O.E.A. III, Prom Committee Il.
WAGNER, JEAN: French Club II: Photography Club Ill, Band I
Choir Il, Ill: Golf Ill.
WALDOCH, LINDA: D.E.C.A. Ill.
WALLACE, DAVID: Football I, ll, III.
WALTERS, BARB: F.F.A. I, Il, III: Band Ig French Club I, Gymnastic:
WANAMAKER, SUE: G.A.A. lg Band I, II, Ill: Cheerleading I, ll, Ill
WANOUS, DALE: F.F.A.
WARD, KAREN: French Club II: Biology Club lg Band I, II, Ill.
WARD, PAT "A" Club ll, III, Football I, Il, Ill.
WARLOF, GLEN: Choir lg Auto Club Ill.
WASHBURN, MARIANNE: V.l.C.A. Ill.
WAY, BILL: Wrestling I, ll, III: Soccer III: Football I, ll.
WAY, PAULA: G.A.A. II, Orchestra I: Anokan Ill, Anokahi Ill, Cheer
leading I, Swimming II, Ill: Gymnastics ll, Ill, Track ll, Ill, Pep Club III
Prom Committee Il.
WEIDNER, MARYELLEN: Gymnastics ll, Ill: Choir II, Ill.
WEIKERT, DOUGLAS: Spanish Club I, Il: Gymnastics I, II, Ill.
WEISE, TED: "A" Club I, Il, III.
WHITE, LINDA: G.A.A. Ig A.F.S. III: Choir Ig Anokan Ill, German Clut
Ill: Great Books Ill.
WHITE, WES: Orchestra ll: Band I, Il, Ill.
WHITEHEAD, JIM: Electronics Club Ill.
WICK, MAUREEN: Media Club I, ll.
WIESE,ASHERRI: National Honor Society ll, III: Media Club I, ll, Ill
Biology Club I, Choir I, ll, Ill.
WILBERG, MOLLY: Anokahi Ill: Band I, ll.
WINGARD, JOHN: Soccer I: Intramural Basketball Ill.
WOLF, JANET: M.O.E.A. Ill: Band I, Il, Choir lg Tornado Twisters Il
WOOD, JENNIFER: National Honor Society Il, III, F.H.A. I, Band I, II
Ill: Choir I.
YOUNG, RANDY: Intramural Basketball.
YOURZAK, GARY: Cross Country Ig Track I.
ZIEGLER, GAIL: G.A.A. I, ll: Student Council lllg Spanish Club ll,
Band I, ll, III, Choir I, II, III.
ZIEGLER, GARY: Electronics Club Ill, Spanish Club Il: Baseball I,
ll,llI: BAsketbaIl Ig Football I, II.
ZOPFI, GENE: F.F.A.
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Yearbooks really can't be appreciated from the outside. Being the people responsible tori
summarizing an entire year of the events, hassles, emotions and trials that make adoles-l
cents become adults is a heavyresponsibility and a nagging worry. ' E
We have tried to set aside our personal prides andprejudices to represent Anoka Senior?
High School fairly - we hope that our struggle has been successful. l
Most of the administrators, faculty members, and students did not comprehend the huget
scope of our job, but we would like to humbly thank the fantastic people who understood,
us missing their classes, spreading layouts around their rooms, and occasionally being5
enormously depressed. l
The following people have donated amounts of emotional support far above and beyond
human expectations, and if this yearbook has achieved anything at all, it is because of,
these people. l
Mrs. Karen Brown, our adopted mother l
Mr. Curtis Nordberg, who shouIdn't worry about it:
Mr. DeLoyd Hochstetter, who was lenient and beautiful beyond belief l
' A Mr. Charles Faust, the, MM-er King
The entire Social Studies' Department, who provided us 1
A ' with a shoulder and a second home .
Mrs. Kathy Jorrissen - who shared her room with us
Mr. Milton Hysjulien, King of Nothing
, ' "Doc" Milburn, for helping
Mr. CliffWilder, photographic genius of the world
The ASH Super Jock squad, just for not being there when we were
Mr. Charles Hass, just for being there although wenever were '
All of the very special little people - they know who they are l
And last, but extremely useful, the staff of the Anokan.
Student Life Seniors and Faculty.
Kathy Blascyk Underclassmen 'C' Deb Fiebelkorn
Teri Hill i'Gail Ramsay "'Greg Vetter
Marian Malowney 'i'Greg Anderson . 6 T - l
Sandy Hartje Judy Mueller . Photographers Q
. g Lori Peterson iigeb Sitorbe I 1
Sports au ia USS
i'Melissa Blaskey .Activities Paula WHY
Cindy Dietz 'iDeb Harrington
Deb Feist Linda Oppegardf ' ,
Staff Artists Dennis Harrington
:i?jZbg5I?gte Business Staff M A'
'3?fjigAeSG'g5 With love, admiration, and thanks,l
gggggfhnjgfson The Editors
Linda White Julie Quinlan '
,, C, , , - W r Pam Hill
Iam. I think. I will.
What must I say besides? These are
the words. This is the answer.
I owe nothing to my brothers, nor do
I gather debtsfrom them. I ask none
to live for me, nor do I live for any
others. I covet no man's soul, nor is
my soul theirs to covet.
What is my joy it aII hands, even the
Uunclean, can reach into it?
What is my wisdom, if even the tools
can dictate to me?
What is my freedom, if all creatures,
even the botched and the impotent,
are my masters?
What is my life, if I am but to bow, to
agree, and to obey?
summer of '72
Class Cf I972:
How strange Time is, and how queer we are!
Time has changed, and lo, it has changed us, too. It
walked one step forward, unveiled its ace, alarmed us and
then elated us.
Yesterday we complained about Time and trembled at its
terrors. But today we have learned to love it and revere it,
for we now understand its intents, its natural disposition, its
secrets, and its mysteries.
Yesterday we were a toy in the hands of Destiny. But today
Destiny has awakened from her intoxication to play and
laugh and walk with us. We do not follow her, but she fol-
Yesterday we tore down the temples of our souls and from
their debris we built tombs for our forefathers. But today
our souls have turned into sacred altars that the ghosts of
the Past cannot approach, that the fleshless fingers of the
dead cannot touch.
We were a tiny spark buried under the ashes. Today we
are a raging fire burning at the head of the valley.
Yesterday we were, and today we are!
"As long as there's another guy who feels as ridiculous as I do
it's not so bad!"
going to trip . . .
I just know it . . .
"1O:OO at the A and W. . .pass it On!"
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we were, and today we are!"
'72 salutorians and valedictorians: Jan Sanasac, S.g
Dave Enge, S.g Tom Bonnell, V.g Jim Abeler, V.g Cory
Anderson, V.g John Torseth, S.
Salutorian, Dave Enge, and valedictorian, Tom Bonnell, presented a dia-
logue on ideal lifestyles during the ceremony.
Honor student Deb Feist was one of many
seniors to receive a scholarship graduation
Audrey Nettleton and Doug Fransen, enveloped in the French
atmosphere created by the juniors, sat out a dance.
"Could I interest you in a polka or two, toots'?"
What a dream I had:
Pressed in organdy,
Clothed in crinoline
Ot smoky burgundy,
Sotter than the rain.
And when you ran to me,
Your cheeks flushed with the night,
We walked on frosted fields
Of juniper and Iampiight.
I held your hand.
Oh, I Iove you, girl.
HAS soon as that photographer leaves, sweetie, would you
like to see my etchings?"
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Boys Swung Into State, Caught 2nd Place,
Girls Threw Enthusiasm Into Game
The AHS Boys' Baseball Team won second place in state
competition June 14, 15, and 16. Their conference record
was 8 wins, 4 losses, Season record was 16 wins, 6
losses. Pitching statistics were: Mike Leadens, 9-3, Curt
Taylor, 4-1, Bill Merritt, 2-O.
The AHS Girls' Baseball teams, under the coaching direction of
Miss Knute, concentrated on fielding techniques and anticipated
improvements next season.
"Harve" Merrick knocked one into left field
1972 Girls Softball Team
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Sometimes it was hard to tell the coaches from the players.
Players Terry Castle and Rod Oppegard accept the 2nd place
1972 Boys A Squad Baseball
1972 Boys B Squad Baseball
Girls' Track Sent Two To State
Cindy Wilberg and Lee McCloskey were the two AHS jun-
iors that competed in the state track meets in the summer
of '72, Team member, Sue Noon said the girls were proud
of their representatives at state competitions, but more girls
might have been sent had more runners been on the team.
The AHS girls track team won only one meet this year, but,
said Sue, "we've improved."
Donna Conger's injured leg didn't stop her from running for
How Onex Terry Nordstrom, Judy Klein, Judy Hoskins, Aleta Ftorrud,
Ann Dehn, Ftita Carlson, Row Two: Donna Conger, Deb Nutter, Deb Ta
Patti Hitchcock, Beth Pinney, Linda Bergstedt, Gwen Haugen, Jo
mblyn, Sharon Horn, Sue Noon, DeeDee Molner, Cordie Anderson,
Edith Scully, Julie Schalo, Diane Johnson CMgr.J, Debbie Sonnabend, Laurie Ftauerg Row Three: Coach Hildebrandt, Kim Horn, Helen
Ftoemhild, Sherry Ftoeshars, Lorna Erickson, Kim Hedquist, Lee McClo
Ftenslow, Diane Kulick, Lynn Anderson, Robyn Carlson, CMgr.J.
sky, Janis Johnson, Libby Omer, Cindy Wilberg, Barb Yelle, Gwen
Anoka Trackmen Display
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Once again Anoka triumphed over Coon Rapids.
'F Unfortunately, a group track picture was unobtainable prior
to supplement submission,
New Courts Sent Rackets in Motion
Under the direction of new coaches Ohland and Peterson,
the '72 AHS tennis team utilized the new courts on the
school grounds for the first time.
According to one varsity player, "the new courts were a
definate asset. Last year we had to spend too much of our
practice time just getting to and back from the courts."
Outstanding varsity players included Keith Shannon, Mark
Schinkel, Don Vry, and Jeff L. Olson.
The secret of a great tennis game was having sexy legs.
1972 Boys A Squad Tennis
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The Crucible: One Man's Conscience
Alan Sorenson, acting for the first time in a school non-
musical, stole the show with his believable portrayal of one
man who refused to save himself with a lie. His "wife,"
sensitively acted by Pat Houck, gave in to the pressures of
the Salem witch-hunters and lied in vain to save her "hus-
band's" life. Meg McCoy, newcomer to the AHS stage,
gave perhaps the most surprisingly good performance of
the entire cast as the young seductress and accuser, Abi-
Linda Hales was outstanding as Mary Warren, the con-
fused girl whose testimony fluctuated from Abby's lies to
the truth and back again.
Strong and convincing supporting roles were turned in by
Greg Schnitzler, Jim Harris, Flob Haywood, Paul Hagen,
and Jeff Olson.
Leading lady, Pat Houck and her "husband,"
"You dirty old man, you!"
I told you, no autographs!" Funny thing about stage make-up - it never seemed to come off as well as it went on.
l The Anoka Senior High School Concert Band On The Capitol Steps In
Washington, D. C.
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T The AHS Concert Band left Anoka on June 10 for a week-
long bus trip to Washington, D. C.
The band played at Walter Reed Army Hospital, and gave
an open-air concert on the capitol steps.
Touring Washington with the band were AHS teachers
Dennis Colvin and Greg Bergeron, and Band Directors
Charles Olson and Ken Peterson.
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