Armstrong High School - Tiger Yearbook (Armstrong, IA)

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THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1959 ARMSTRONG COMMUNITY SCHOOL ARMSTRONG, IOWA PRESENTS . . . Law 5 VN 'Lf X X adn V, ' x " ' ,Vx X X. V, R . X T C X5 - ' A X ' K N, . Xi w . K , S - xx gf iw ' 4 . X ' - 'A M X X xx F , ,,,Qff' ' A , . , .i , , -f' N -. '. , - ' - 'Y pf ' , N 3-,q.Q Y mf: 1. 4 5' -if ' X ' T ' - fitffgl ' ,, , " -l. .xlxuix S ' - I, , I ,bi A ' ,Y ' N , f 'gl , X . fl xr- . -5 I f' l ku jf A 1 X. X. I ' " M l -ptrf NU , 'V ,Vt I .T . 1 - v ... A ' .- .rj-,oe -.VN J -,. I , . . N., I-, -ii. Q. ""' L"vv"f's, 3.12.-m4sZ"f, Y inP,fY".'T" T A M-1... ., V K .- -- ,S -, 1 1 W"i",. . A 1' VV-v ,,. X v,, r A' .1 ,f . 4 ' 1 A . , ,I ,K if Y' ' ' 4. 5 'Lam'-P4!f "" . V ' . - f U56 2 re' av DEDICATION Mr Nally we the senror class dedrcate to you the 59 Trger Thls 15 wtlled rn our smcere grautude for the three years that you dutrfully and Joyously molded the mrnd and manner of our adolescent youth As the four prllars on the front cover represent the four years of hrgh school these blocks also represent four characterrstrcs of your lrfe pattence frrendlrness, love and encouragement whrch you have grven to the senror class For your expert gurdance we express our apprecratron by thrs small token May thls year book brlng pleasant memorrcs of the class of 59 2 of P iff 2 Q . 'Y d 5171- 'J r 5' 7 Q .f-,', : , ., ' - V , ','.'---,'.'r, ' , ' - . ,,,."-.,,- ,'-,ff . ' ,.j.,f-QQ 5 ' , ' VQQQL--.,.j.jj,-'-QZflii' s , I it ., ,I ...,,, 4, H '-qty, --5.15 ., 4 'Q lv .. .. pg- 12113: ' ' " , . V - 4- 1--, .- pf, -, 1, -, fl A ---.. ,. f, f - - -- ' ,?gv,'.s.f?f.,.lff .V ' ' , . . ' -f',s'.,f?21'ggg: s .I A -. . I I A I' ff-,fry .A , V A '- P , ' . .,3..,L.f:fL5-:,?f, f , -, g ' 'L , - . . . - . 3 . , . . , W. A. ORTMEYER SUPERINTENDENT MESSAGE TO SENIORS "By their fruits ye shall know them." Jesus made this statement when he was teaching the people of Galilee. It is true today. Every person is known, either favorably or unfavorably, by what he does. To have a successful life and be a good citizen an individual must bear three kinds of fruit. First, he must make an economic contribution. To get this done he must do some constructive, worthwhile work that is a con- tribution to the general economy of the world. Everyone who is physically and mentally able to work should bear this kind of fruit. Second, he should be of some service to his fellowmen. All who are in a worthy occupation serve others. Jesus said, "If a man ask you to go with him one mile, go with him two." lt is this extra or additional service that is most fruitful. Third, the most important fruit is fellowship with God. Every individual is different and no two persons seek and find God or walk with the Almighty is easily recognized by the fruit that he bears, Ifl could live my life over again I would try to have a more fruitful life. May I encourage you to so plan and conduct your life that you will bear an abundance of the three kinds of fruit I have mentioned? SCHOOL BOARD LEFT TO RIGHT: Art Cassem, Oscar Solberg, f Everett Erickson, Claire Lindholm, President, Leon Looft, Clarence Hovey, Secretary. T.. CARROLL S. BOGARD PRINCIPAL MESSAGE TO THE SENIORS The youth of today have the basic qualities which will respond to the present urgency for an increase in both quality and quantity of achievement. The future will require greater competence from each of us and the youth will have the capacity and the willingness to achieve this added skill and knowl- edge. The road will not be smooth, neither will it have direction. You will have to break off the cor- ners, the rough edges and give it shape and direction. Then you must light it well to make it more suitable for your own life. Learning is a most cherished abil- ity, take it forever, keep its torch burning. It is my wish that each member of 1959 will turn the wheel of fortune and live a full life. Good luck, it has been nice working with you. STUDENT COUNCIL I STANDING: Barbara Wegner, Avis Wadsworth, Joe I-Iaisman, Calvin Long and Ardis Manzke. SEATED: Jim Brandenburg, President, Gary Schumacher, Betty McCorkle, Robert Cheever and Mr. Bogard, Advisor. 'M' . 9, Zz' ' ""'ffW'. Q q x Dyk -..K-. 1,3 , ,,. nf i ' :- 4 'nr p .-:fa eniorri Iv BACK ROW: Betty Ann McCorkle, Roger Larson, Jack I-lirt, Dale Rasmussen, Ray Duitsman, Larry Red- ing, Jerry Johnson, Milton Smith, Bob Henriksen, Bob Troff, Jim Richmond, and Barbara Booth. MIDDLE ROW: Nancy Pehrson, Robert Cheever, Carl Anderson, Dick Schreiber, John Sturm, Jim Brandenburg, Julius Ir-miter, Louis Gaedke, Earl VonBank, Harvey Cheever, David Krumm, and Carol Corderman. FIRST ROW: Helen Anderson, LaDean Craig, Marlys Willson, Sue Anderson, Beverly McElwee, Karen Larsen, Joan Irrniter, Sandra Slaba, Joyce Niemann, Betty Mclntire, Betty Lou Fretty and Bonnie Barber. SEATED: Alice Burkhead, Editor, Mr. Olson, Advisor, Lola Jones, Co-editor. Mr. OLSON ANNUAL STAFF Editor ,,,, , Alice Burkhead Assistant Editor . . . Lola Jones Business Manager . . . . Roger Larson Sales Manager .... . . . . Betty Mclntire Seniors and Underclassmen Editor . . Jim Richmond Music Editor . . . . . Betty Lou Fretty Sports Editor ..... . . Jim Brandenburg Our Activities Editor . . . . Carol Corderman Jr. High and Grades Editor . . . Helen Anderson Advisor . . . . Mr. Olson 6 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Jim Richmond, Treasurerg Joyce Niemann, Secretaryg Earl VonBank, Vice-Presidentg and Bob Troff, President. CLASS OFFICERS MOTTO . . . "The past forever gone, the future still our own." COLORS . . . Powder Blue and White FLOWER . . . Red Rose ROBERT TROFF "This very lad is a serious oneg but still he has his share of fun." '--f-4' CARL ANDERSON "When once I leam a thing, I remember itg the trouble is with the once." U5N"" f f sf' ,fl HELEN ANDERSON "You can manufacture blondesg but redheads come naturally." SUE ANDERSON BONNIE BARBER "Take care ox the minutes and the hours will "1 was born with the giggles and giggling will 1 take care of themselves." die." re- w--0' gg, 'I BARBARA BOOTH "Do good to thy friend to keep him and thy enemy to gain him." 47, 'und' X I 1 iw-14 4 .IIM BRANDENBURG "Neat, handsome and dark, he's quite the boy, the girls remark." ' ALICE BURKHEAD HARVEY CHEEVER "l can live without poetry, music, or walkingg "Here I am girls--don't crowd." but who in the world can live without talking." 'VND tk .- 1 J. .i ' , gi. tln4..,o gi ROBERT CHEEVER CAROL CORDERMAN "A mighty warrior on the grid, but modest "A cheerful blonde with a ready smile. in what he did." LADEAN CRAIG RAY DUITSMAN "I-Iere's a young lady good as goldg she's never "Bless the girlsg I love them all." shy, nor is she bo1d." .lt DAVID KRUMM "His physical stature is small, but his mis- chief record is large." L.. 'FH-r KAREN LARSEN "Here's a girl who's always quiet Why don't some of us try it." ROGER LARSON BETTY ANN MCCORKLE "Not a ladies man, but a lady's man," "She that makes one basket can make a 'LQ-' Q? hundred. " f' fam. 4. BEVERLY McELWEE "It's nice to be natural,whenyou're naturally nice." JOYCE NIEMANN NANCY PEHRSON "Dark hair, sparkling eyes, happy, human she'S So qu1et wu hardly know she's around but a a prize." better fnend cannot be found 'x -,ui Qi JOHN STURM EARL VONBANK "l love all the days of the week, especially "In football he has earned a nameg to play Saturday and Sunday." well was his aim MARLYS WILLSON "Not bold, not shy, not short nor tall--she's a rc of them all." pleasant rnixtu SANDRA SLABA KFIISI Semester Seniorj "In her you'll find a loyal friend, for she 'll stay with you to the end." Ni 'QNX my CAST STAINDING Lola Jones Marlys Wrllson, Robert Cheever, Barbara Booth Bob Troff Jerry Johnson, Jrm Brandenburg, Bonrue Barber, Carol Corderman, Jxm Rlchmond Drck Schrerber and Bob Hennksen SEATED Roger Larso Betty A n McCork1e Helen Anderson, Ahce Burkhead Betty Lou Pretty and Betty Mclntrre ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN Reverend Spence Hope Spence Erleen Spence Hartzell Spence Dr Romer Lourse Molly Ronny Marra Lettv Mrs Cambrrdge Mrs Jellrson Mrs Drgby Georgre ..... Mrs. Sandow . . . Major Cooper . . Bishop Sherwood . . . I arrator . . . Roger Larson Marlys Wrllson Lola Jones Robert Cheever Robert Henrrksen Barbara Booth Betty Mclntrre Jrm Rlchmond Betty Ann McCork1e Carol Corderman Betty Lou Pretty Helen Anderson Alrce Burkhead Rrchard Schrerber Bonnie Barber Jim Brandenburg Jerry Johnson Bob Troff Pretty fast steppers, 9 aren t they. "Got him with an uppercut! " 17 BACCALAU REATE REVEREND JoHNsToN oeuveks CLASS SERMON N K Xue G. lc S., o 'They say, 'Practice makes perfect'." GIRLS' SEXTET L. TO R.--Betty Mclntire, Marlys Willson, Alice Burkhead, Karen Twedt, Judy Sturm and Becky Johnston. BOYS' QUARTET BRASS QUARTET COMMENCEMENT Dr. OSCAR Tl-loMPsoN, ISTC PROFESSOR, ADDRESSES SENIOR CLASS "Congratulations " Marlys Willson Joan Irmiter, Elizabeth Kinnander, Karen Larson. "On Life's Highway" DOUBLE MIXED QUARTET "The Halls of Ivy" "Ko11ege Kapers" ll' ,-'ggi 1 Q E Robert Henriksen "I'11 Walk With God" 1 gig? LEFT TO RIGHT-- Robert Henrilsen, ' Lowell Cassem, Marlys Willson, Betty Mclntire, Alice Burk head, Judy Sturm, Joe Verbrugge, and Jerry Johnson. gsuag 1. "Sleep Tight, Baby Doll! " 4. "I'm pooped!" 2. "Pick one out, Joyce." 5. "How many more miles?" 3. "Someone else missed some s1eep." 6. "Oh, that was before the party 20 J. x clvvu n74.fa Un alercfafidmen .fi-- . BACK ROW: Douglas Nutt, Merlin Leiding, Noel Gochanour, Calvin Long, Marlin Leiding, Bill Duitsman Ronnie Grabineski, Henry Sage, Chris Fetters and Russ Schreiber. MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Hinkley, Marjorie Eisenbacher, Patricia Roalson, Karen .Jean Twedt, Nancy Krough, Patricia Brown, Marlys Harris, Judy Sturm, Carolyn Hovey and Alice Picht. FIRST ROW: Ardis Manzke, Bob Bannister, Pat Carson, LuVeme Fries, Becky Johnston, Jerry Daries, Sharon Manley, Arlo Manzke and Mary Guerdet. JUN IORS Mr. HINKLEY ilk 5 ,gk f:rgL?.3' I 'N'- .,,l O' YA T 1. N: ' I a f 9' ,, 8 tal STRANGER IN THE NIGHT Sylvra Lee Mable Crane Grant Terry J T Rutledge Velda Stevens Clrfford Newlurk Eddre Beach Rose Jordan Sam Frsk Marcella Bender Sandra Krng Pohce Offlcer JUNIOR PLAY CAST Judy Sturm Mary Guerdet Douglas Nutt Dav1d Vrgdal Marlys Harns Noel Gochanour Bob Banmster Pat Roalson LuVeme Fnes Karen Twedt Pat Brown Russell Schrerber 23 Nona Pollard ......................... Rebecca Johnston J s rl: E N I 3' , 0 o R R . lrf l'l"l'e"4!lIl5 Teenage band provides music. M x9 L .fs S' The reception line. H Hostesses and Hosts Everyone enjoys the dancing- Waitresses and Waiters. 24 B QP oak o U M E T Time out! A pleasant smile in exchange for a coat. .15 , 2 0 ' gr , r ai! Before the banquet. '-' t 'W a1W'f4' J ff ' 'Qi : 'Z - G tv N fr If lf' I V T Q .5355 X I ff W ' . Liu 41 H . ...P fall" - 6 Let's eat' Guests at the head table. Rf rv' BACK ROW: Jeff Hanover, Elward Picht, Joe Verbrugge, Jim Robinson, Gary Rieffer, Terry Holms, Jim Larson, Duane Carlson, Bob Godfredsen, Tom Trenary and Clarence Cheever. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Fatka, Margaret Rezac, Marian Paulson, Mary Jane Dundas, Judy Corderman, Beverly Troff, Elizabeth Kinnander, Ann Burkhead, Avis Wadsworth, Carol Long and Linda Thackery. FIRST ROW: Ronnie Porter, Lowell Cassem, Faye McCorkle, Lanny Kinnander, Sharon Hall, Don VonBank, Charlene Anderson, David Pederson Virginia Bannister and Sylvester Eisenbacher. SOPHOMORES Mrs. FATKA BACK ROW: Earl Dorf, Ronnie Roalson, Ronnie Hansen, Don Carlson, Kenneth Madison, Joe Haisman, Bill Looft, Jim Walters, Jim Cecil, and Jim Manzke. MIDDLE ROW: Cherie Schwartz, Barbara Wegner, Marjory Dunn, Starlene Mix, Pauline Smith, Sharon Oleson, Ellen Larson, Vera Quinn and Paula Gaarde. FIRST ROW: Judy Weisbrod, Sharlene Gram, Jean Dimdas, Dave Helgason, Donna Lindell, Chuck Booth, Beverly Corderman, Jane Corderman and Margaret Engesser. FRESHMEN Miss HAYEK JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Calvin Long, Presidentg David Vigdal, Treasurerg Judy Sturm, V. Presidentg Jerry Daries, Secretary. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Ann Burkhead, Secretaryg Joe Verbrugge, Treasurerg Faye McCorkIe Vice-Presidentg Lanny Kinnander, Pres. -gvfz FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Bill Looft, Presidentg Donna Lindell, Treasurerg Jim Manzke, Vice- Pres.3 Beverly Corderman, Secretary. 28 r... jg,-N L , Q .' t udic I I ' Q :ii Q uf xi, , U -W NWAQA i 1 Q, V 8 , 'g,."'+s.,' 'Z' -4 5, Qi .DA QR ax. X x J. -.xixfli . 'gl Ax 'Ka 6. f FEW ROW ONE: Betty Ann McCork1e, Betty Mclntire, Joan Irmiter, Margaret Engesser, Glenda Johnson Barbara Booth. ROW THREE: Kathleen Erickson Engesser, Janet Wegner, Janice Haisman, Janice ter, Karen Twedt, Mr. Krafft and Kenneth Madison Mr. KRAFFT 'ff I mf - it - -wifi. , 5 Tv 1.3,-EQ so 53 X ig -.-eg 1 , 5.-A, If ROW ONE: Peggy Blekfeld, Kathy Loftis, Carol Henriksen, Beverly McElwee. ROW TWO: Alice Burkhead, Marilyn McElwee, Earl Dorr, Myma Pierce, Judy Corderman, Sandy Slaba, Cheryl Schwartz. ROW THREE: Jim Robinson, Paula Gaarde, Ann Burkhead, Bill Looft, Barry Miller, Jolene Hansen, Jerry Johnson, Lowell Cassem, Bob Henriksen. ROW FOUR: Becky Johnston, Carolyn Hovey, Faye McCork1e, Gary Schumacher and Avis Wadsworth. 1 'iran - is -,Qs A g ' if - - ' -- - - ---ff i QQ ': Q . 0 - ' ., M ., 1: P pg T Q T "-I rv' - Q e 9 K L , -rv ,' wi V ,lu pri 5 V 7 ' -un, ' ,. , I . A " alngpne-pa.-a-gg I y ,n 5 . , 6 mn- A - , --, - -...IA 1. . . .V , QTL, 1 Q fs.. s, ' f -.x ROW 1: Betty McCorkle, Jerry Johnson, Bill Looft, Carol Henriksen, Sandra Slaba, Avis Wadsworth, Joan Irrniter, Janice Rankin, Ann Burkhead. ROW 2: Jolene Hansen, Arlene Burkhead, Paula Caarde, Earl Dorr, Virginia Bannister, Glenda Johnson, Janice Haisman. ROW 3: Marlys Willson, Karen Twedt, David Pedersen, Alice Burkhead, Kathy Loftis, Jim Robinson, Faye McCorkle, Liz Kinnander, Janet Wegner. ROW 4: Barbara Booth, Lowell Cassem, Barry Miller, Bob Bannister, Judy Corderman, Becky Johnston, Karen Larsen, Andrea Stefanski. ROW 5: Bob Henriksen, Kenneth Madison, Beverly McElwee, Cheryl Schwartz, Carolyn I-lovey, Betty Mclntire, Margaret Engesser and Terry Holms. MARCHING BAND f , BRASS QUARTET: Paula Gaarde, Ann Burkhead, Bob TROMBONE QUARTET: Bob Henriksen, Lowell Henriksen and Lowell Casem. Cassern, David Pedersen and Jerry Johnson. INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL GROUPS VOCAL SOLOISTS: Elizabeth Kinnander, Marlys Will- son, Betty Mclntire, Alice Burkhead, Lowell Cassem, GIRLS' SEXTET: Betty Mclntire, Marlys Willson, Sandra Bob Henriksen, Jerry Johnson, Joe Verbrugge. Slaba, Alice Burkhead, Judy Sturm, and Becky Johnston. E I CLARINET TRIO: Joan Irmiter, Karen Larsen, and Elizabeth Kinnander. TRUMPET TRIO: Ann Burkhead, Paula Gaarde, and Bob Bannister. DRUM ENSEMBLE: Becky Johnston, Karen Twedt, Gary Schumacher and Carolyn Hovey. FLUTE QUARTET: Peggy Blekfeld, Kathleen Loftis, Carol Henriksen and Beverly MeElwee. girl CLARINET QUARTET: Irene Pehrson, Kathleen Ericleon, Glenda Johnson and Margaret Engesser 33 luur x X A an R BACK ROW: Judy Corderman, Pat Brown, Starlene Mix, Sharon Oleson, Marlys Willson, Betty Mclntire, Bonnie Barber, Barbara Booth, Cherie Schwartz, Paula Gaarde, Judy Sturm and Karen Twedt. MIDDLE ROW Alice Picht, Pat Roalson, Nancy Pehrson, Mary Jane Dundas, Jane Corderman, Carol Kooker, Elizabeth Kinnander, Marlys Harris, Sandra Slaba, Carolyn Hovey and Becky Johnston. FRONT ROW: Ardis Manzke Sharon Manley, Sharlene Cram, Jean Dundas, Beverly Cordcrman, Pat Carson, Carol Long, Donna Lindell, Margaret Engesser, Mary Cuerdet, Carlo Corderman, Lola Jones and Miss Kreul. Accompanist: Alice Burkhead. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Miss KREUL " " va,-f ' Q73 ' ii, "7 34 BACK ROW: Kenneth Madison, Joe Verbrugge, Louis Gaedke, LuVerne Fries, Noel Gochanour, Earl Von- Bank, Jim Richmond, Terry Holmes, Jerry Johnson, Bob Henriksen, Robert Cheever, Joe Haisman and Lanny Kinnander. FRONT ROW: Miss Kreul, Director, Earl Dorr, Chuck Booth, Bob Bannister, Lowell Cassem, Jeff Hanover, Bill Looft, Jim Robinson, Elward Picht, Don VonBank, Jim Cecil, David Helgason and Alice Burk- head, accompanist. BOYS' GLEE CLUB BOYS' QUARTET: Lowell Cassem, Joe Verbrugge, Bob Henriksen and Jerry Johnson. 35 11 a - n ' " ' ROW ONE: Faye McCorkle, Karen Twedt, Carolyn Hovey, Earl Dorr, Myrna Pierce, Judy Corderrnan, Sandy Slaba, Cherie Schwartz, Elizabeth Kinnander, Karen Larsen, Joan Lrmiter, Betty Mclntire, Betty Ann McCorkle, Max-lys Willson, Becky Johnston, Gary Schumacher, Avis Wadsworth. ROW TWO: Mr. Krafft, Janice Haisman, Janet Wegner, Janice Rankin, Bob Bannister, Jim Robinson, Paula Gaarde, Ann Burkhead, Margaret Engesser, Glenda Johnson, Beverly McElwee, Kathy Loftis, Carol Henriksen, Kenneth Madison, Virginia Bannister. ROW THREE: Alice Burkhead, Judy Theesfield, Arlene Burkhead, Bill Looft, Barry Miller, Jolene Hansen, Jerry Johnson, David Pedersen, Lowell Cassem and Bob Henriksen. PEP BAND MAJORETTES LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Booth, Karen Twedt, Marlys Willson and Betty Ann McCorkle. V. if gf XV' I A ,JR Q "N f 'D 4 Q ff-f""1NQ x E- 4-" Y. Sporfd xy X Y 1 S14 FIRST ROW Lola Jonas Betty Mclntlre SECOND ROW Bonme Barber Carol Corderman Carolyn Hovgy THIRD ROW Bz1rb1ra Booth ff,-4. LEFT TO RIGHT Bctty Mclntxre Carolyn I-Iovey Barbara Booth Carol Cordcrman Bonme Barber and Lola Jones '58 -T CHEERLEADERS FOURTH ROW Chuck Booth David Helgason Elward Picht Duane Carlson, Kenneth Madison, Jeif Hanover Earl Dorr, Jim Cecil THIRD ROW Mr Ixolan Mr Stowell Joe Haisman Jim Brandenburg Terry Holms Mer lin Lerdmg Ray Duitsman Bob Henriksen Bob Troff B111 Duitsman, Gary Schumacher Julius lrmrter LuVerne Fries, manager SECOND ROW Robert Cheever Marlin Leidxng Louis Gaedlte Jack Hirt Diclt Schreiber Roger Larson, Earl VonBanlt Calvin Long Chris Fetters FIRST ROW Lowell Cassem Harvey Cheever Russ Schreiber, David Krtunrn B111 Looft, Lanny Kinnander, and David Pedersen FOOTBALL Tlgers End Perfect Season, Are Conference Champions Every so often a group of young men have an opportunity to be a part of an undefeated team This year the Tigers did have such a season and it was also the first unbeaten team in the school s history This was an outstanding team composed of players who did their job regardless of the obstacles lt was truly a team with even player a star Xue coaches could not have expected nor received more than was given bt the squad lt was indeed a priviltbt and an honor to be associated with this fine squad Sprinb pradmtion will ltaxt mam a tat ant of the seniors Set eral Tigers received recobnition of their plat durin tht sta wn Earl Xfonbank lst X11 North West 4th All State Robtrt C htever 4th All North West llonorablr Mention All blllw. Dick Schreiber llonorablt Mtntion Ixorth lust llonorsiblt Mention All State Roger Larson llonorablt Mtntion All State Jim Brmdcnhurt, llonor iblt Mention All St lit ce Bari llgers Overcome gal' 21009 Terrll Hurdle 0 d'f fxhgets ligers Q-vnmlp bw ea Llty 1:1146 on : 7 ' 7 . D I 1 . . . , , , s . . .. . . . y . . Y . , ., .P y - ' 3 3 I !- - ' 1 1 ' : l t Y 3 r ! I 7 1 V 5 5 . . P? ' . ' . 1 ' ' , . O O 0 4 Y Y .7 ' ' y s - K . 1. s ' is ' -' -. vs ' ' ' ' V . . ' ' ., 7 K ' .' sf 1-s . , .. spot, but the underclassmen have a tradition to follow, and will do their best to fill the shoes y s ' fs s s' ' s 7 ' ' s' I' ' 8 I s - s SK A ' 1 - v-- g - 1 ' I L 1 r, T- , ,. I S J1. U V f ' 1' 71 x' ' .ls l'l Qlf'9l'lC2 Earl Dave 1 Julxus 6 ampd ' Coach ' Bud Qiffi--'x-Af-xaxaxgk XRMbTRONb ARMSTROIXC1 ARMQTRONG A RMQTROD. G ARMSTROINCJ ARMSTROING 'XRMSTRONL1 . ' lIHarv1! ' li BURT TLRRILL T11 OINIxA GRAETTINGER RAKL THOMPSON RUTHVEIN Ray 'Ng,. 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I ' 'Vx t W 1' I .N N., 1 'S 'N I , N NX X g K 9 W T X31 , ff b 5 K ' ' I H It xt V I 'Vx ! llJ1mll Y K J I j E x ll II y 4 Af ' ' HROSH , A f f x uBobn 1 ' 4 K YR as bw TRACK TEAM SECOND IN CONFERENCE " ru: -v Q 'Nun- xv 0 -1 W xw MEF THIRD ROW, Left to Right Jim Cec11, Joe Halsman, Calvxn Long Chrrs Fetters Bob Troff, Jerry Johnson Terry Holms, B111 Durtsman, Gary Schumacher and Coach Nolan SECOND ROW Russ Schrelber Marlm Leldmg, Roger Larson, Merhn Lerdrng, Dlck Schrerber, Jack Hrrt, Harvey Cheever, Robert Cheever and Lu Verne Frres, Manager FIRST ROW Lowell Cassem, B111 Looft, Davrd Pedersen Earl Dorr Davrd Krumm Jlm Walters, Davrd Vxgda and Davld Helgason SENIOR LETTER WINNERS 'Y 09 THIRD ROW, Left to Rrght John Sturm, Jrm Rlchmond, Bob Henriksen, Julius Irmxter, Carl Anderson, Har Vey Cheever, and Drck Schrelber SECOND ROW Bob Troff, Roger Larson, Robert Cheever, Louls Gaedke, Jack I-Ixrt, Ray Dultsman, and Earl VonBank. FIRST ROW Davrd Krumm, Joan Irmrter, Beverly McE1wee, Marlys Wrllson, Betty Ann McCorkle, and Jrm Brandenburg I I C! i V ,,. L ' - , by-4',.,,. it 11: V .LW , -P ' ' ' 7 . ,. O 1 'l I 1 x 1 f. 1 1' I T I 1 K T I 1 V - E I D ' A . V O. , E' 1 'T I ' Q lv X X , s- 1 1 M . 4' 1 11 A L ' I Q ' I KX ' A 1 7 :' ' I ' g ' , , .px ,. w I-eg 1 n .' I N" H I V 'l V if I I " LQ ' . ,Q '-,, . ,, I I ., M ' Iffelil- Q H . ' 2 I F K sv D '. , ff I , 7 - - of TY :. ': H ,A 1 Y ' xA, ' ' l K 1 ' ' ' I y f V A, 1 7 X X BACK ROW Carol Kooker Manager Sharon Hall Charlene Anderson, Paulrne Smrth Coach Jack Stowell Pat Brown Vlrglnla Bannlster Margaret Engesser Chaperon Gladys Parry FRONT ROW Margaret Rezac Donna Lrndell Paula Gaarde Judy Sturm Beverly Mclilwee Joan Irmrter Ann Burkhead Marlys Wrllson Betty Ann McCorkle Cherre Schwartz Ahce Pxcht Faye McCorkle GIRLS BASKETBALL COACH STOWELL The glrls basketball season was drvrded tnto two halves They had a very credrtable team after Xmas wrnnrng 8 and losrng 5 Each of the o losses were by narrow margrns Hrghltghts ofthe season were perhaps the tremendous defensrve effort by the guards rn hold mg down the htgh scormg all state forward from Grux er the tremendous offensrve battles wlth Sentral and a trophy wrnner rn thc Sectronal We had hoped to get off to a better start but desprte the poor begrnnrng the grrls settled down and showed others that they were a team to be reckoned wrth We are proud of our sen tors guards Joan lrmtter Marlys Wtlllson and Beverly McElwee who recerved honorable mentron all state and forward Betty Ann McCork1e who recerved honor able mentron all state Betty Ann also set several school scorrng records Underclassmen who recerved letters were Judy Sturm Paula Gaarde and Faye Mc Corkle The rest of the squad worked hard and wrll try to rmprove the record next year W . , .. . ff YM M - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' . , . . . . 1 . . . - Y 1 1 . . . . V 1 1 1 1 ' 1 , - 1 - 1 -21: TOP ROW Ann Burkhead A11ce Pxcht, Margaret Rezac, Donna L1nde11 Chene Schwartz and Faye McCork1e BOTTOM ROW Mr Stowell, Betty Ann McCork1e Paula Gaarde Judy Sturm, Marlys W111son, Beverly Mclilwee ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG BURT 39 RINGSTED 32 THOMPSON 49 LEDYARD 53 SENTRAL 52 WEST BEND 47 TITONKA 61 DOLLIVER 33 LAKOTA 32 SENITRAL 80 AYRSHIRE 63 THOMPSON 36 SENTRAL 58 GRUVER 44 RINGSTED DOLLIVER 28 1 - al Zu r? " " - " 2 BACK ROW LuVeme Fries, Manager Earl Don' Lanny Kinnander, Jim Cecil Joe Verbrugge Gary Schu macher, Terry I-lolms Coach Nolan Jlrn Robinson Joe I-laisman, Bill Looft Donnie Carlson, Lowell Cas sem, Chuck Booth and Carl Anderson, Manager FRONT ROW Roger Larson, Russ Schreiber Chns Fetters Harvey Cheever and Dav1d Krumm BOYS BASKETBALL COACH NOLAN The Armstrong Tigers had a mediocre season winning 10 and losing 8 They were short in stature the average height being o 9 1f2 The team had four retuming lettermen They failed once more to beat their biggest rival Ringsted but came the closest in many seasons During the second encounter between the two teams the lead changed many times with Armstrong going ahead in the final minute but Ladv Luck was with Ringsted and in the final second Ringsted scored the winning basket Even though the Tigers didn t have an exceptional season we can be proud of their determination and fine sportsmanship However next season will bring us renewed energy and with teams around losing so many letterwinners possibly even a defeat of Ringsted Regardless thcv are lool' ng fort ard to a wonderful season 44 X X, N Z 1 3 34 Z0 O 2 K is . xi l ' ' 2 l S 1 l I l 1 7 ' Dick Schreiber, John Sturm, Bill Duitsman, Raymond Duitsman, Jack Hirt, Jim Richmond, Louis Gaed.ke,, 7 -... V -1 .a-A J We M in TOP ROW B111 Du1tsman, Ray Du1tsman, Jack I-hrt, John Sturm, J1m Rlchmond, D1ck Schrleber FIRST ROW Mr Nolan, D3V1d Krumm Harvey Cheever, Russ Schneber, Roger Larson, Chns Fetters and Louxs 1111 .1 . A ..L-.-1 . N 1, ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARM STRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG YARMSTRON G ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG ARMS TRON G ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG XARMS TRON G ARMSTRONG -V W1 1, .-4, -. ,.., ,,, 3x,. A ,U -.-, , M . - . nw 'YTourney BURT RINGSTFD THOMPSON LEDYARD SWEA CITY SENTRAL WEST BEND TITONKA RAKE LAKOTA 'FLAKOTA SWEA CITY SENTRAL GRUVER RINGSTED BANCROFT FFEMMETSBURG DOLLIVER af ,rf ,uv , 4 ...A-:'? f- ' ,Ji - " 4- f'.v.v'f - -1 .1 1' -1-'.-'P -4 wr- " ff , QQ.. W ... - , ,nv ' WQK N-251: 'ii ' fi!- .A T.. . .f . N ,f.1' .-. r .f vi 1 ROW TWO, Left to Right--Coach Stowell, Lanny Kinnander, Dick Schreiber, Earl VonBank, Russ Schreiber Robert Godfersen, Jim Larson, Elward Picht, Donnie Carlson, and Jim Cecil. ROW ONE--Lowell Cassem, Marlin Leiding, Louis Gaedke, Jim Robinson, Ray Duitsman, Merlin Leiding, Jack Hirt, Bill Durtsman Roger Larson, and David Krumm. Managers: LuVeme Fries and Carl Anderson. I Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong I BASEBALL .. 4 Ringsted... .. . .. 7 Burt... .. ..15 Lakota.. .. ..0 Ledyard... .. ..16 Dolliver... .. .. 3 SweaCity.. .. .. 1 Sentral.. .. ..4 Lakota.. .. C5 UMW' .fdcfiuified ww i LSU, 1' 4' 1 HOMECOMING . . , , .4 A ly . . . ,'.:1x .',,.,,y 'Lg- 1 . A if 32 'ffifr'-rf .. ,VY ,A """',,,,-:- ,C 4- S I ON n . :yn ,U ,Nt ' 'Tl r 41,-u . 'mf' ii? 1: if . ' x v Ku , , Q' L x ,- .QQ . u gs if Ai' .Pl .f 5 A an Q "N " f Q Marlys Willson Barbara Booth BORING Bafbvf 5. Xa.. ,, x fi V 9 x 1 'X Q" .-.X ..- . . 'Q Wy., .4 , . .5 Q 1 f 'M 2 'fad ., M .f ,NNN 1 -A .5 .Lx K 't . -Y w QQ' .4 .H- JF' f . 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S I T N A N T E E R S Humorous, II at State Mary Guerdet Lola Jones From TOP, Left to Right: Jim Robinson, Bob Henriksen, Roger Larson, Helen Anderson, Bonnie Barber, Patricia Brown, Judy Cordcrman, Carol Corderman, Barbara Booth, Vera Quinn, Alice Picht, Betty Lou Fretty, LuVerne Fries, Bob Bannister, David Helgason, Alice Burkhead, Mary Guerdet, Mary Jane Dundas, Lola Jones and Sharon Hall. ill' GQQU, X- su -'Y R '1I11rl.- ' ROW ONE: Marlys Willson, Treasurer, Nancy Pehrson, Vice-President, Carol Corderman, President, Pat Brow Photographer: Joyce Niernann, Secretary. ROW TWO: Barbara Booth, Bonnie Barber, Carolyn Hovey, Pat Car son, Karen Larsen, Mrs. I-Iasbrook. ROW THREE: Carol Long, Alice Picht, Carol Kooker, Mary Jane Dundas Charlene Anderson, Ardis Manzke, Mary Guerdet, Becky Johnston, Sandra Slaba. ROW FOUR: Betty Lou Frett Judy Cordcrman, Elizabeth Kinnander, Marjorie Eisenbacher, Nancy Krough, Margaret Rezac, Sharon Hall, V ginia Bannister, Betty Ann McCorkle. ROW FIVE: Faye McCorkle, Avis Wadsworth, Marian Paulson, Linda Thackery, Ann Burkhead, Karen Twedt, Judy Sturm, Marlys Harris, Pat Roalson, Beverly Troff, and Sharon Manley. F. H. A. Mrs. HASBROCK ROW FOUR: Julius Irmiter, Joe Haisman, Dale Rasmussen, Milton Smith, Ronnie Grabianoski, John Sturm and Louis Gaedke. THIRD ROW: Don VonBank, Joe Verbrugge, Gary Rieffer, Kenneth Madison, Robert God- fredsen and Duane Carlson. SECOND ROW: Tom Trenary, David Helgason, Arlo Manzke, Elward Picht, Harvey Cheever and Mr. Hibben, sponsor. FIRST ROW: Bob Bannister, Treasurerg Larry Reding, V. Presidentg Earl VonBank, Presidentg Bob Troff, Secretaryg and Calvin Long, Reporter. F. F. A. Mr. HIBBEN DWARF CORP ilk . XX ' ' ' X .YN "" 'inm- 55 Z-fx at H 'iii .. A tribute to a wonderful teacher. "Who would have ever thought we'd make it?" if , g K". l, A A reluctant groom. A good citizen. The cheerleaders Uy their hand at football, Verdict: It's a man's game! "Just us proud coaches." Something missing? "What's that for, Dave?" "ThiS is T-he life-" "I like marshmallows!" Future Homewreckers of America "My pants "The goblins will get you if you don t T u are falling! " beat ike- " . Yi' QIJILL AND SCROLL: Roger Larson, Jxm DISTRICT FFA TREASURER Bob Troff R1chmond, Alice Burkhead and Lola Jones 'I 5, I3 . ,, Q9vfg9'n X BIT GIRLS' STATE: Mary Guerdet, altemateg Judy Sturm, delegate. FREE THROW CHAMPION: Betty Ann McCork1e. wi? 3: 'J . iv ,J f xg? 2 X i HOMECOMING QUEEN RA BOCTH ,fgw 's 4 N .r Miglia 'S 4 BETTY MCINTIRE Z' Y I v , 1 n , , Q , I . Qi MASON CITY BAND QUEEN - BEVERLY McELWEE "Get that rebound! " "Which way to the Easter parade? lvHe1P! n 1 "Oh, my back! " Undefeated! Stag hne. "What cheer are we do1ng?" it Get 'em up, buster! "My feet are t1red!" "I enjoy slup day after we're home." I, f L0 , iL, is . D as 0 if 6' uniolf' ana! S 2l"6t6!Q!.f ,, 1 JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL Carol I-lenrlksen, Cheryl Balmer Jamce I-Ialsman Davld Fr1es, Mr Nally and Jamce Rankm, Pres1dent SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS Puckey I-Iolms Treas Mar1lynMcElwwee Sec B111 Trees V Pres Judy Theesfreld Pres EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS Janlce Rankm Secretary Kathleen Loft1s V Pres Stephen Redmg Pres 66 y , . . . . . Matthew Carney- - Tre as. TOP ROW: Betsy Askeland, Pauline Paulson, Nancy Hanover, Carol Henriksen, Donna Long, Elna Anderson, Myrna Pierce, Jolene Hanson, Glenda Johnson, and Madonna Eisenbacher. MIDDLE ROW: Dennis Thees- field, Ronnie Harris, Larry Balmer, Joe Simmons, Stephen Reding, Robert Vigdal, Matthew Carney, Edwin Mitchell, Richard Strong, Mr. Nally. BOTTOM ROW: Calvin Jongberg, Jim McGregor, Richard Duits- man, Cheryl Balmer, Mary Engesser, Carol Kinnander, Kathleen Loftis, Janice Rankin, Dorothy Rezac, and Trudy Nutt. EIGHTH GRADE Mr. NALLY TOP ROW: Roger Mart, Bill Trees, Ricky Holms, Larry Larson, David Sage, Lyman Craig, David Fries and Mike Cecil. MIDDLE ROW: Jeanne Duitsman, Bonnie Gochanour, Judy Theesfield, Arlene Burkhead, Jan- ice Haisman, Peggy Blekfeld, Marilyn Mclilwee, Janet Wegner and Miss Kennedy. BOTTOM ROW: Shirley Cronk, Karen Guerdet, Jolene I-lypes, Barry Miller, Jimmy Blekfeld, Marlin Fisher, Victor Clabaugh and Kenny Knapp. SEVENTH GRADE Miss KENNEDY 'I f sr f i i 2 1 , E . 'E 13 : iw A Y 't .. 1 ' l VKX ROW ONE: Barry Miller, Marlin Fisher, Mike Cecil, Ronnie Harris, David Fries, Bill Trees and Victor Clabaugh. ROW TWO: Mr. Stowell, Mr. Nolan, Jimmy McGregor, Dennis Theesfield, Stephen Reding, Matthew Carney, Robert Vigdal, Ricky Holms and Calviv Jongbcrg, Manager. FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: Jolene Hypcs, Cheryl Balmer, Peggy Blekfeld. IQ 2 Q' 1' ,z-f,,',,,,'- 57,57 ,-fvf L.s,4, ROW ONE: Bonnie Gochanour, Janice Rankin, Janice l-laisman, Carol Henriksen, Coach Stowell, Glenda Johnson, Judy Theesfield, Arlene Burkhead, Marilyn McE.lwee. ROW TWO: Jeanne Duitsman, Elna Anderson Myrna Pierce, Donna Long, Janet Wegner, Nancy Hanover and Mary Engesser. GIRLS' AND BOYS' BASKETBALL ROW ONE: Ricky Holms, Larry Balmer, Steven Reding, Coach Nolan, Dennis Theesfield, David Fries, Bill Trees. ROW TWO: Jimmy Blekfeld, Calvin Jongberg, Richard Strong, Matthew Carney, Richard Duitsman, Kenny Knapp. vw A 'YN KN Y. ROW ONE Earl Dorr Myrna Pxerce, Barbara Vv gner, Donna Llndell Danny Tappmeyer, Elna Anderson, Trudy Nutt, Kathleen Erlckson, Kathleen Halverson, Irene Pehrson, Jeanene Teeter ROW TWO Mr Krafft Jane Corderman, Susan Dr1nan, Edward Engesser Manlyn McElwee, Peggy Blekfeld Sharlene Gram, Sharon Hall Mary Engesser, Denn1s Theesfxeld Barry Mlller, V1rg1n1a Banmster ROW THREE Janet Wegner Jan1ce Hals man, Jolene Hypes, Judy Theesfleld, and Arlene Burkhead JUNIOR BAND OPERETTA NUM "AN OLD KENTUCKY GARDEN" : I , ' 'C ' , . . . : I , . . 3 . . . . ' . 3 .Q ' z r " h 7 1 .- - V- ' 1 V Q - .X A E . J v ' v 5 .. 1 , , E , . I ,fi :iff fy A 3 F1 EIGHTH GRADE "r-' -4' -R. . 1,5 .uf -fir. K2 Q U E T G A R D E 7. 'a V' f- ,,, .b N ....... FRIENDSHIP f-'Y' YJ as Kfly. Vffly IL, L.,.,ijLSt'L , 3' Nz -dr 1 Q TOP ROW: Jeri Lynn Synder, Irene Pehrson, Margaret McKean, Andrea Stefanski, Linda Craig, Do- reen Reding, Diane Bonnickson, Marlys Madison, Mary Ann Strong, Patty Irmiter, and Kathleen Erick- son. MIDDLE ROW: Linda Anderson, Edward Engessor, Steven Brandenburg, Jimmy Ross, Joey Sturm, Gary Thackery, Jimmy Godfredson, Bill Leach, Cary Colston, Doug Pfeil, Vernon Fries, Patty Peter- son and Mrs. Anderson. BOTTOM ROW: Janice Eisenbacher, Beth Corderman, Diane Carlson, Jean- ene Teeter, Kathy Fedderson, Darlene Schreiber, Kathleen McGregor, Karen Ann Paulson and Mary Kay Krumm. TOP ROW: Jeffrey Jensen, Thomas Guerdet, Dennis McManus, Earl Fothergill, Glenn Dunn, Joseph Trenary, Richard Walters, Ronald Carlson, Allan Lindell and Steven Heck. MIDDLE ROW: Linda Guerdet, Anna Brandenburg, Betty Long, Eileen McKean, Rachel Cuinn, Donna Looft, Sharon Wald- schmidt, Karyl Knapp, Deborah Nutt, and Mrs. Ernst. BOTTOM ROW: Jane Loftis, Paulette Lowe, Leo Strong, Duane Larsen, Robert Helmets, Kenneth Manley, William Mart, Donald Leach and Jean Rooney. if F1 'SI 2 5-J' Fx F l U' l V I Ta- A. " ' de' TOP ROW: Rebecca Tappmeyer, Anita Barg, Josephine Saucedo, Dorothy Trees, Margery Irmiter, D Cheryll Berggren, Ginger Laffey and Marleen Johnson. MIDDLE ROW: Jeffrey Bogard, Walter God- fredson, Charles Davis, David Love, Scott Slaba, Rodney Richardson, Eddie Carson and Miss Tond- erum. BOTTOM ROW: Randy Corderman, Nikki Laffey, Judy Richmond, Mary Ann Goodge, Pamela Marler, Virginia Grabianski, Janet Richmond and Dennis Porter. ROP ROW: Roxanne Stefanski, Marcia Engesser, Jealeen Reding, Kathleen Halverson, Mary Schreiber Sandra Bishop and Marilyn Dundas. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Smith, James Rooney, Gary Carlson, Jerry Homsey William Harris, Billy Ross Du ane VonBank and Ra mond Anderson BOTTOM ROW Tom- , Y Y - 2 mas Petersen, Laurie Clabaugh, Linda Aust, Claudia Cecil, Sandra Stowell, Barbara Miller, Donelda Johnston, Shirley Johnson and Ralph Cronk. 2 ,Ar W vu! 3, f .",7,,'5 T . - .lrliy nf? , D I ' ' f'- xl I 1 K5 4, ,, N P. xl., , k I . , 'N- l ' twang VT K l "cl Pix ' I . 1 i I1 xxx I Villa . H I XX Fw-141 ' TOP ROW: Mary Ellen Bishop, Joyce McElwee, Sara Engesser, Cheryl McKean, Marcia Guinn, Eunice Blekfeld and Joyce Waldschmidt. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Hansen, William Dyslin, Jerald Vigdal, John Rooney, Gregory Lux, Gerald Steinberger, David Brandenburg and Leroy Strong. BOTTOM ROW: David Calhoun, Marlin Manzke, Dawn Howard, Francine Stefanski, Mary Ann Daries and Eric Erickson TOP ROW: Gail Leach, Kathleen Strong, Linda Palm, Nora Neary, Sherry Hibben, Janna Pfeil and Shirley Nelson. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Pedersen, Don Burkhead, Mark Yungeberg, Danny Laffey, Roy Dyslin, Ronald Weisbrod, and Terry Harris. BOTTOM ROW: Marlyn Clabaugh, Melissa Carson Patty McConnell, Jennifer Denger, Cosetta Richardson, Deanna Picht and Gary Barrett Eli if ' ' R qi' gif' .J J, vl fri ' 45 -I 'fini wma-P' L'-C 1510! l 1 5 0 p TOP ROW: Diane Graham, Rosemary Pedersen, Cathy Colston, Beverly Krafft, Bonnie Krafft, Linda Rezac, Gonnie Helgason and Donna Jongberg. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Jacobsen, Tyrone Askeland, Gary Jensen, Terry Halvorson, Terry Welsh, Gerald Beck, Dan Vigdal and Steven Wegner. BOTTOM ROW: Ervin McKibben, Barbara Cronk, Roberta Nelson, Diana Mart, Terri Marler, Beverly Mart, Lois Manzke and Michael Laffey. TOP ROW: Debra Ann Cecil, Lana Rankin, Linda Rankin, Connie Theesfield, Kathryn Pierce, Kenneth Pierce, Dorothy Kelly, Mark Grabinoski and Miss Parry. MIDDLE ROW: David Smith, Larry Heck, Mary Jo Fothergill, Jimmy Bishop, Debra Kay Clark, Carol Lee Bonniclcen, Bernadette Morrall and Donald Mitchell. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Kay Hanover, Sharon Feddersen, Allan Johnson, Peggy Obbink, Linda Johnson, Janet Yungeberg, Lola McKean and Darla McManus. 4. TOP ROW: Rodger Bishop, James Morrall, Vincent Stefanski, Wayne Stowell, Gary Leach, Mickey Hibben, Everett Burgeson, Micheal Danielson. MIDDLE ROW: Dee Ann Richardson, Lynn Pierce, Lizabeth Bogard, Peggy Davis, JoAnne Busch, Arla Jones, Kathy Irmiter, Margaret Snyder, and Barbara Knapp. BOTTOM ROW: Jerome Hill, Roger Weisbrod, Brian Hoien, Dean Nicosen, Ricky Clark, Ronnie Trenary, Larry Preston and Charles Askeland. TOP ROW: Kerry Lane, Dean Barrett, Bernard Brandenburg, Dennis Helgason, Brooks Tappmeyer, Robert Rooney, Billy Guinn, Randall Holm, Billy Clay and Mrs. Benson. MIDDLE ROW: Genon Howard, Susan Cronk, Sally Jensen, Candace Denger, Nancy Neary, Kathy Sue Ahart, Kathy Marie Waldschmidt and Kathleen Hovey. BOTTOM ROW: Margaret Ericksen, Dennis Pape, Dwyane Ander sen, Steven Rogers, Glen Henriksen, Arlen Quastad, Jimmie Dyslin and Deborah Champney. y F R r x a YR ,xg 1 , if ' . EL L- 4,4 W is qw Q D, ,4lll'l1Miil I Sa .Q Q a s Q ,J 1 .nf .ev 4 TOP ROW: lnez Pierce, Candace Theesfield, Colleen Champney, Connie Hanson, I vonne Johnston, Sandy Ross, Lois Verbrugge, Bonnie Ahart, Lea Brandenburg, Rebecca Hoien, Linda VonB:ink, Donna Rogers, Debby Hansen and Heidi Pfeil. BOTTCM ROW: Carla Jo Walders, Marlyn Teeter, Tommy Strong, Larry Leach, Tommy Scott, Steven Opsal, Randy Stowell, Dennis Thackery and Roger Carlson. Miss Shurts. TOP ROW: Tommy Looft, Paul Mike Grabianowski, Galen Reding, John Engesser, R. J. Neary, Tim Guerdet, Stephen Laffey, Darwin Quastad, Jimmy Aust, Tommy Mart, Larry Walders, Roger Clay, Doran Dahms, Gary Mart and David Barg. BOTTOM ROW: Jane Daries, Linda Mayne, Pam Muhlenbruch, Peggy McConnell, Viona McKean, Diane Harris, Mary Ann Wegner, Marcia Gochanour and Linda Kelly. Miss Shurts. ii' ee ' fu 'L 'ri Q gv Q, 0, K: ' X b .M jg.. - 1- ' 5 1 . 5 .33 V .-... is iw , LW gi l ., -'Ii K 1 , . CJ' ?4-'I , ' , COOKS: Mrs. Ralph Cummins, Mrs. Dick Krumm, Mrs. Bill Rich- mond and Mrs. Ted Opsal. S Hffrffff S UNH 'ls P X 1. CUSTODIANS: Ralph Cronk, Allen Heathman and Elmer Schaefer. N s SERVICE STAFF ' V BUS DRIVERS: Virgil Payne, Al Thiel, Bill Richmond, Leo Walters and John Kingston. I' ' ln.,".u . , ,H X A ,., XX SPANISH CLASS STUDY HALL -31 -nf' f Q ' 4 ' N -MK "5 Y X in TA ' A 'xt A ' ' 171 . L. cfm' ,7 L' A , I Z A , A P. . E x TRIGONOMETRY CLASS BIOLOGY CLASS HOME ECONOMICS II CLASS 5 S S N A P S H O T S K- 'ln-..,. -4 P Q -Y . . Zh I 5 I . V gn-f -,-......-. I THIS IS YOUR SCHOOL graduation . . . baccalaureate . . . football . , . discipline . . . 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