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This htgrean is a pictuTe of you, the students of Edina-Morningside High School. You are in the spotlight, and as the beam moves from page to page, section to section, it will focus on you — your height, your breadth, and your depth.
First, the spot flashes on the seniors, the graduating leaders of the school; then it sweeps the classes, the complete student body.
Now the beam shoots skyward to the height of your knowledge inspired by the faculty. Then it widens to search the activities through which you expand in fellowship and leadership. Next the rays stream downward on the depth of your spirit attained through athletics.
Finally, the spot spans the whole scene to flood your entire character and personality energized in student life.
We hope you will never let this light grow dim, but allow it to filter time and time again into your many memories as you reminisce through the pages of the 1956 WHIGREAN.
—The Whigrean StaffWith mutual respect and admiration in recognition of his faithful service and constant enthusiasm, we dedicate the 1956 WHIGREAN to our advisor, Mr. Al Lundgren.
It is only fitting that he should be made a physical part of the book to which he has given so much of his time and understanding. He has constantly endeavored to teach us the highest principles of journalistic achievement. And by his generating personality and staunch character has guided and inspired us not only with the Whigrean, but also in our daily lives.SENIORS -
CLASSES ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY
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183YOU ARE IN THE SPOTLIGHTSENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Bonnie Kirk, secretary; Tom Moe, vice-president; Roy Abrahamson, treasurer; Dove Sehlin, president.
Class of 1956
A calm temperament and an abundant supply of tact were often needed by Dave Sehlin as he presided over extremely controversial class meetings. The sedate duties of vice-president were given to Tom Moe who had difficulty locating any spare time. Minutes of meetings were carefully written and typed by Bonnie Kirk between the many pages of a Blake term paper. Ray Abrahamson enthusiastically supported a gift from the senior class to the school but worriedly pondered over its
"The Rime of the Erudite Senior"
It is an erudite Senior And he stoppeth one of three: "Now mark me well, for I must tell Our brilliant history:
"A talent show earned us the dough To toast the senior class;
And Romans all saw Caesar fall. Viewed crayfish through a glass.
"In seventh grade, we worked and played. Football, Home Ec., Shop;
Sunlights merry. Miss McGarry,
A young and eager crop!
"Bermuda shorts, all sort of sports. Campaigns, the Prom, our play;
With teachers dear, like Belk and Greer, Our Hearts Were Young and Gay.
"A moonlight late, a picnic fete, Harley Hopkins pals; Evangeline, and now and then The boys would date the gals;
"Conference winners! Victory dinners! The Heiress, Class Night tricks; College boards, exams, awards, The Class of Fifty-Six!
"Leaders now of junior high.
But humble freshmen, too.
Our float was a flop, but our Bunny Hop Is precious to review.
"Farewell, farewell, now tolls the bell. Commencement time is nigh;
We bid adieu to all of you.
And to dear Edina High!"
SEATED: Miss Gransborg, Mrs. Sanchez, Miss laPray, Mr. Fredrickson.
STANDING: Mr. Martin, Mr. Christenson.
-11 -Mission accomplished.
Valedictorian — the most distinguished award a student may achieve — was earned in the class of 1956 by Alan Allison.
Thoughtful and stimulating opinions were typical of Al as his intellectual capacity was evidenced even in ordinary conversation.
His scholarship achievements earned Alan a place in the National Honor Society.
Hi-Y was one of Alan's extra-curricular interests. His ability at organization was apparent at Homecoming as he headed the pin committee.
Second highest scholastic award, salutatorian, was awarded to Judy Scott for her outstanding academic achievement.
A little figure with a tall white hat marching down the field and leading the band is an example of Judy's varied interests.
Her well-rounded abilities earned her a place in the National Honor Society, the presidency of Spanish Club, and a section editorship on the Whigrean. Her long list of activities combined with intellectual ability made Judy a natural leader.
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Indiana's loss, Edina-Morningsido's gain . . . “Honest Abe" was a trustworthy handler of money for the junior and senior classes and the E-Club . . . lettered in football . . . Hi-Y member, homeroom president, and Student Council representative ... his radiant smile and congeniality made him our first Homecoming King.
DENNIS RICHARD ACTON
Left Chicago for Edina in his sophomore year . . . Dennis took port in choir and Hi-Y ... a hard worker in the printshop . . . helped to decorate for on “Evening in Paris" . . . motors and machines — with four wheels . . . a spark of mischievousness.
DONNA MAE ANDERSON
Not a typical redhead . . . loyal member of French, Latin, and Pop Clubs, Y-Teens, and G.A.A. . . . worked on Buzette staff . . . Prom intermission committee ... an avid golfer . . . figure of a model with the clothos to match.
JACQUELINE LILLIAN ANDERSON
Unpredictable Jacqui . . . fond of leaving homework to attend Y-Teens, Pep Club, or G.A.A. . . . junior class play and Prom committees . . . summer pastime: water skiing on Lako Minnetonka ... a rapid conversationalist . . . always cheerful.
ELINOR MARY ADAMS
Dilligent, efficient, intelligent, and sincere . . . results: Whigrean faculty editor and co-editor. Quill and Scroll, National Honor Society, and leadership conferences . . . got all-school Y-Teens out of a "jam" os secretary and treasurer . . . faithful service to Homecoming, Prom, and play committeos ... an ardent love for the out-of-doors, especially skiing . . . quiet in appearance, kinotic in feeling.
ALAN CARL ALLISON
Mr. Words — a gigantic vocabulary . . . active as Hi-Y member and Homecoming committee chairman . . . chosen for National Honor Society . . . casual and intelligent manner . . . known for his philosophical sayings: "Tis better to keep silent ond be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt." . . . congratulations, valodictorian!
BARBARA ROSE ALLIVATO
Efficient and willing worker . . . Buzzette personality and exchange editor . . . active in Spanish and Pep Clubs . . .
Junior Red Cross throughout high school . . . member of National Honor Society and senior homeroom officer . . . business chairman for junior class play ... an avid sports fan . . . ambition: nursing.
BARBARA GAIL ANDERSON
Homemaker of Tomorrow . . . extended cooperation in Y-Teens and French Club . . . revealed ability and intelligence as treasurer of National Honor Society, homeroom vice-president, and member of Whigrean staff . . . all-city leadership conference . . . piano and culinary artist . . . thoughtful courtesy.
- 14-PAUL EDWARD ANHALT
A pa! on the back from Patrick Henry ... a casual secretary and cool radio announcer in "Of Thee I Sing" ... a love for the outdoors — hunting, fishing, and camping . . . quiet, sincere, witty . . . Paul's congenial air and subtle philosophy soon earned him many friends.
WILLIAM CLINTON BAGWILL
"Baggy" — apparent lovor of the fine oris . . . member of choir and art classes . . . active os hockoy manager, member of Hi-Y, and Homecoming float committees . . . bouyant friendliness and a desire to get ahead . . . "eat, drink, and be merry."
VIRGINIA LOUISE BAKKE
Reason that gontlemon prefer blondes . . . transferred from Washburn . . . Y-Teens, Fronch Club, and Pep Club . . . worked on Homecoming committee . . . served as hall monitor . . . memories of a Colorado ranch . . . high aspiration for the future: an airline hostess.
PATRICIA IRENE BARKER
Long hair ond a lovoly low voice . . . exceptional talent in vocal music was demonstrated in the choir . . . Spanish Club member . . . won part in Thespian play, "The Heiress" . . . future plans include Bible college ... on air of kindly, gentle seriousness.
NORMAN WILLIAM ANDERSON
Indispensiblc to the printshop for the post three yeors . . . interests tend toward politics, printing, and women . . . his best improssion — the proof press . . . Norman's plons for the future include service in the army.
"Andy" . . . fascinated by domestic duties . . . vivacious president of tho Pop Club . . . active in Rod Cross Council, choir, Spanish Club, Y-Teens, plus various committees . . . Buzzotto pago editor . . . honor roll student . . . intrigued by knitting needles . . . redhead with a spiritod disposition.
JOHN ROBERT BEACH
Edina's master olectrician — audio and visual . . . lighting and sound for Thespian, class plays, and Homecoming . . . a willing Red Cross worker . . . Tri-Alpha's treasurer . . . Bob made special connections during his senior year . . . futuro projection: engineering.
BARBARA ANN BEMENT
Sweet and quiet mannerisms . . . appropriate as Hi-Y Sweetheart candidate in her junior year . . . Y-Teens, Spanish Club, and Pop Club occupied "Ity Bify's" spare time . . , member of Homecoming and Prom committees . . . blue eyes looking Eastward.
- 15-PATRICIA ANN BENNETT
With o song in her heart — brought fome to Pot os o member of the Choraliers . . . qualified choir member . . . participation os an office and cafeterio helper . . . Junior Achievement occupied her extra hours . . . future: both a qualified and golden blonde secretary.
VICTORIA LEE BENSON
Complete as a comedian and a companion . . . member of Y-Teens and Spanish Club . . . office assistant for two years . . . make-up committee for class play . . . everlasting supply of vitality and a nover-ending supply of jokes — humorously told with a husky voice.
LAWRENCE GLENN BERGLUND
Edino welcomed "Bergie" from Washburn in his junior year . . . track, football, E-Club, choir, Hi-Y, and various committees . . . oustanding award: "Edina's safest driver" . . . hidden talents: a supreme judge of beauty — "Of Thee I Sing".
ARLINE JOY BERLIN
Never a hair out of place . . . faithful member of French Club, Y-Teens, and Pep Club ... a G.A.A. award . . . consistant worker on Homecoming committees — floats and skits . . . called "Sunshine — a nickname for a radiant personality . . . nursing career in the future.
JUDITH ANN BESETH
Judy . . . sophisticated but sweet . . . active mombor of Y-Teens, Spanish Club . . . Homecoming and Prom committees . . inquisitive mind, exquisite figure . . . interests: art and modeling — beauty and form.
MARY GAIL BIEBER
Constant companions in her Buick . . . musical inclinations formed in senior choir . . . athletic participation in G.A.A. . . . interesting activities in Y-Teens and Latin Club . a swimming and skiing enthusiast . . . artistic endeavors.
DUANE EVERETT BLANCHARD
The "All-American Boy"—transferred from Roosevelt in 1954 . . . quick recognition in football, basketball, and track . . .
Hi-Y and E-Club . . . honor roll and National Honor Society . . . deserving recipient of the silver football and scholarship for outstanding academic-athlotic achievement . . . confidence and independence personified.
MARY JO BLESSING
Jody, our southern belle . . . lent her originality and enthusiasm to many activities: Student Council, Homecoming and Prom committoes, declamation, Whigrean and Buzzette staffs, and Spanish Club . . . reigned as Homecoming Queen . . . appropriately cast as Emily in junior class play . . . favorite song—"Bimbo" . . . animated and vivacious.MARLENE JUNE BORN
Edina wolcomed Marlono this year after her transfer from South High School . . . leadership potential demonstrated os officer of her homeroom . . . participated in the senior Homecoming skit . . . quiet mannerisms punctuated by witticisms . . . efficient bookkeeping ability will bring success in secretarial work.
JILL SUSAN BRADLEY
Dramatic interest and aptitude . . . member of Pep Club, Spanish Club, and Homecoming committees . . . served as a library and cafeteria worker . . . lent her acting ability to both the junior and senior class plays ... a love of horses . . . strongly determined to do everything well.
JOHN CHISHOLM BREEDLOVE
A "Universal" guy ... a Chinaman in "Lute Song", an immigrant from Oklahoma, and a National Honor Society membor . . . dramatic apptitude in two Thespian plays made him tops os Thespian president . . . Homecoming committee ... a well-known laugh and noted friendliness.
WILLIAM BRYAN BRELLENTHIN
Wise cracks — not on roserve! . . . valuable asset to the golf team . . . member of E-Club and Latin Club . . . worked on Homecoming and Prom committees ... an honor roll studont ... a constant supply of new Chevies and speeding tickets.
AUSTIN DEAN BRISBOIS
Talented on the trumpet ... a versatile musician as president of the band and member of the "Sea-Notes" ... an active athlete as membor of football and hockey teams . . . three year membership in E-Club . . . Prom decoration committee . . . the nicest of people and truest of beaus.
TERRENCE MICHAEL PATRICK BURKE
Terry transferred from Southwest as a junior ... a faithful participant on the hockey team . . . spent the summor in California—with the Marinos? ... his dramatic talents won him a declamation superior in the one-act play . . . worked nights at tho bus depot—caught up on sleep during class.
GEORGIA ISABELLE BURNES
An "Olds" in Hornet hues . . . active member of Red Cross Council, Y-Teens, and Homecoming committees . . . responsible for Prom refreshments and costumes for "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" ... a multitude of activities, companions, and unwritten letters.
FRANZ SALTER BURRIS
"Judge" . . . lont his talents to many in-school and out-ofschool activities ... an interest in skiing, sailing, basketball, tennis, Hi-Y, French Club, and nature study . . . blessed with an abstract imagination . . . content to find his own amusement in his mischievous endeavors.
- 17-JOHN YATES CADWALIADER
Notoriety on the gridiron: the only touchdown from the tackle position . . . E-Club and an officer of his Hi-Y chapter . . . the "height" of intelligence—natural honor roll student. National Honor Society . . . original wit with a pen; an original quip in any circumstance.
JUDY ANN CAMPBELL
Talent plus a figure skater makes a tolented figure skater— that figures! . . . active club member: three years in Y-Teens, two years in Spanish Club, Pep Club, and G.A.A. . . . willing Buzzette worker . . . competence will give Judy a bright future in advertising.
JANET HELEN CHRISTIANSON
Never without o tong . , . activities: choir, Whigrean staff, Y-Teens, French Club, and Pep Club ... an ambitious and hard worker . . . committee chairman for Homecoming and the Prom . . . Thespian and junior class play parts . . . National Honor Society and youth conferences . . . definite opinions and a domestic touch.
KATHRYN LYSBETH CLARKE
Dramatic potential . . . her ability was brought to attention through declamation, junior doss, and Thespian plays . . . creative writer of poetry and short stories . . . participant of Y Teens and Homecoming activities . . . ingenuity and originality as both a scribe and a seamstress.
ARLENE TECKLA CARLSON
Artistic in tostes, interests, ond appearance . . . especially noted for excellence in public speaking . . . active in declamation . . . winner of "Voice of Democracy" contest . . . honor roll grades earned National Honor Society membership . . . her guideposts: sincerity and determination.
MARJORIE ANN CARLSON
Margie of the well-known Carlson's Odd Shop . . . member of Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Pep Club, and choir . . . office helper in her junior and senior years . . . took part in "Lute Song" as the wife of a merchant . . . hobbies: earrings, cups, spoons, and modeling—an odd collection, of course.
GEORGE CHARLES CHAMPLIN
A big bundle of joy . . . "Champ" served as president of the choir . . . championed over the football and wrestling teams ... a member of Hi-Y, E-Club, Buzzette staff, and Homecoming committees . . . out-of-school interests include cake baking . . . memories of Arkansas ... a song or a smile for oil.
SALLY ELIZABETH CHANEY
"Grinder" . . . inherent dependability demonstrated in National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Student Council, Whigrean and Buzzette staffs, leadership conferences, Y-Teens, French Club, dramatics, and choir plus every possible committee . . . "Our Gal Sal" is well acquainted with secretarial work . . . frequent open houses . . . conversation is her theme.ROBERTA KAY CORNISH
"Bobbie" . . . happy-go-lucky veneer from Boulder, Colorado . . . Y-Teens and Spanish Club . . . lovely attendant to the Hi-Y formal ... a melodious voice for singing os well as for noises . . . organizer and ottender of parties . . . friendly, feminine, and fickle.
''Crofter" . . . cosual dry humor followed by on indescribable laugh ... an appropriate Whigrean student life oditor . . . demonstrated dependability in Y-Teens as chapter president . . . French Club, Pep Club, leadership conferences, and National Honor Socioty . . . modern jazz addict and ski enthusiast . . . danced during intermissions.
SCOn DOUGLAS CRIST
A challenge to stubborn people . . . Whigrean staff member . . . activo in Hi-Y and Spanish Club ... a service to Mr. Ironside with his knowledge of visual aids . . . mechanical and inventivo ability point toward a productive future.
THOMAS NEAL CROCKER
Connection from Connecticut brought Tom to Edina in his junior year . . . club activities: Spanish Club, Hi-Y, and E-Club ... a participator in football and track ... a continuous supply of friendliness and philandering ways.
"Bobbi" . . . active in all aspects of school life: Y-Teens, French Club, visual aids. Red Cross Council, declamation, Thespians, G.A.A., and work on plays. Homecoming and the Prom . . . G.A.A. Girl of the Year . . Whigrean photographer and subscription editor . . a love of sports ond the out-of-doors . . . unconfined friendliness ond conversation.
MICHAEL EUGENE COOPER
Distinct osset to the football and hockey teams . . . result: membership in the E-Club . . . secretary of Auctor Hi-Y chapter in his senior year . . . futuro plans: college and '.he study of theology.
GERALD JOSEPH CUNNIFF
Every inch packed with friendliness and determination . . . interested in all sjsorts — an avid baskotball fan . . . musicol potential evidenced in role of chief justice in "Of Thee I Sing" . . . anxiety for graduation followed by engineering school.
LAWRENCE KEITH DAHL
Larry lent his talents to the choir and Tri-Alpha Hi-Y . . . the most powerful balloon blower on the Homecoming decoration's committee ... an E-Club membership earned on the golf course ... a tough cop in "Of Thee I Sing."
- 19-JOYCE KAREN DAHLINE
Characterized by capable determination . . . Joyce partook in the activities of Y-Toens and Spanish Club . . . always supplied with a ready smile . . . she helped collect furniture for the junior class play.
DEANN PATRICIA DALE
Activity and activities moke "De" about the only girl known not on a diet . . . Y-Teens, French Club, and Pep Club member . . . committee worker for Prom and Homecoming . . . sparkling eyes to match personality . . . cheerful, flirtacious, and a genial companion.
SHARON ALETTE DERMEDY
Her insatiable appetite didn't odd pounds ... an excess of energy for action in Pep Club ond G.A.A. . . . active membor of Y-Teens and Spanish Club ... a familior name on the honor roll . . . possessor of an attractive wordrobe and a popular record collection.
JAY CARTER DIEBOlD
“De'' — o perfect Dick Winters in the junior closs ploy . . . an enthusiastic member of three sports squads—football, basketball, ond baseball . . . junior closs veep, homeroom president, leadership conferences . . . active in Student Council, Hi-Y, and E-Club ... an agile arguer with an oggressive spirit.
CALVIN ALLEN DINHAM
A Washburn contribution to Edina in 1953 ... a needed spark to the wrestling team, energized team os co-captoin in his senior yeor ... an armlock on Hi-Y, E-Club, ond the baseball team . . . Cal's spontaneous smile and friendliness soon made him a naturalized Hornet.
TED NORMAN DOMAN
Ted's first love—hockey . . . followed by tennis . . . fine action in both sports earned him membership into the lettermon's club . . . humorous commonts in any classroom . . . a smile, a congenial personality, and plonty of nicknames.
THOMAS WALTER DUFFY
Quiet and steady — yet a chompion in his chosen field, the printed word . . . received an award of highest caliber for work on the press . . . Duff made his entrance to Edina-Morningside in his sophomore year from Southwost High School.
ROBERT HENRY EIDSVOLD
A business-like manner expressed as Whigrean advertising editor . . . co-chairman of the Senior Dance . . . directing the parade appeared on Bob's list of Homocoming activities . . . member of Latin Club, Hi-Y, and class play committees ... a love for fun and an easy-going nature resulted in varied experiences.
-20-ROSE ANN FARRINGTON
Views of the ceiling while dancing . . . school life set off by Y-Teens, Whigreon staff, and French Club ... on honor roll student . . . athletic interests expressed in G.A.A. ... a never ending supply of vitolity evidenced in Pep Club . . . Homecoming refreshment committee chairman . . . pert and petit.
KATHERINE FRANCIS FOROE
"Tweetie's" endeavors resulted in a schedule . . . first hour — choir secretarial work . . . second hour — petroling the halls . . . after school hours — acting as a "soda-jerk" . . . an hour on Monday night — French Club ... a unique personality, an uncommon nickname, and an unusual laugh.
KAREN JANE EUINGSON
left for Northrop but returned again in her junior year . . . president of Sigma Eto Alpha . . . member of French Club, Pep Club, and numerous committees ... a newly-born ski enthusiost . . letters from Stanford . . . parties and nicknames—plenty of both.
ROBERT ALAN ENGSTROM
Student, leader, athlete, friend — our choice for Student Council president and Boys' Stole . . . active in Hi-Y os Tri-Alpha president and all-school chaplain . . . three years of golf and two of basketball culminated as co-captain . . . E-Club, leadership conferences ... an ardent music lover — Prom band committee chairman ... a noble ond casual Homecoming king attendant . . . courage ond conviction, popularity plus.
NANCY ANN FREDERICKSON
An appropriate A.F.S. representative to Germany . . . capabilities: National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, and leadership conferences . . . dependability: Whigreon copy editor ond Red Cross Council president . . . member of Y-Teens ond French Club . . . superior rotings in declamation . . . Roget's Thesaurus wos her Bible . . . sincerity and candor.
JOAN LEE FREUND
A name reverse for o perfect description — Freund lee Joan . . . served as secretary of Quatre Raisons . . . service to church choir and high school office . . . member of Spanish Club, Pep Club, ond Whigreon staff . . . authentic British accent in junior class play earned Joan a white ribbon award.
SHERYL DIANNE GADDIS
Talent on the ice, the organ, ond the piano . . . participant of Pep Club, Y-Teens, and Homecoming committees . . . constantly considerate ... on honor roll student . . . served os hall monitor . . , Sheryl's activities earned her o letter in G.A.A. . . . quiet, but usually not serious.
MARGARET ROSE GARRISON
Essenco of cooperation and capability . . . honor roll and National Honor Society reveal scholarship ability . . . contribution to Whigreon and Buzzette stoffs and Red Cross Council illustrated interest in school life . . . commercial work preparation for future os private secretary.
• 21 -THOMAS ALLAN GARRISON
If moth problems were wrestled like Tom's opponents, he would be on unparalleled champ in two holds ... a valued member of the wrestling squad . . . membership in E-Club and a Hi-Y chapter . . . ambitious at his outside work.
WARREN WILLIAM GERECKE
A valuable transfer from St. Louis Pork in his junior yeor . . . inheront acting ability evidenced in "Of Thoe I Sing" os Senator Carver Jones . . . octive participant in Hi-Y, band, French Club . . . willing service through stage crew, visual aids . . . recognition as member of band council and leadership conference delegote.
BARBARA LEE GROVE
Sparkling eyes and a ready smile . . . capoble os flutist and secretary of the band . . . member of Y-Teens and French Club . . . Whigrean worker . . . Homecoming. Prom, and Senior Dance committees . . . out-of-doors activities os well os several out-of-town amusements.
GARY RONALD GUSTAFSON
Excellent salesmanship and a willingness to help gave Gus tho duty of Whigrean business manager . . . leadership conferences, Hi-Y meetings. Quill and Scroll sessions, Spanish Club, and Chicago all hod his attendance . . . homeroom officer the past three years . . . meticulous in his manner and precise in his dress.
SUSAN ADELE GILDER
An ardent interest in her activities: Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Pep Club, and Whigrean staff . . . Homecoming and Prom committees ... a stewardess in the junior class play . . . regular invitations to youth conferences ... a beautiful Homecoming queen attendant and twice a candidate for Hi-Y Sweetheart . . . easy-going friendliness.
DAVID ANDREW GRAF
Sports were "Mouse's" main attraction throughout high school . . . participation as a member of the football and baseball teams ... a dependable manager of the hockey squad . . . Hi-Y affiliation . . . enthusiastic and likeable in a quiet manner.
DONALD CLIFFORD GRANDBOIS
Endowed with o nickname — "Grannie" ... his special interest and favorite subject was art ... a member of the track team . . . spore time spent a work on cars—a valuable though not artistic endeavor.
RICHARD ALLAN GRANDBOIS
Dick's sports interests lie in wrestling and skiing . . . bright red hair and freckles — a safeguard for his favorite pastime: hunting ... a car enthusiost and a corresponding pet peeve of women drivers.VICTORIA ANNE HAKES
Senorito Vicky come lo Edina-Morningside from Ohio — left again for a summer of exchange in Mexico . . . active worker in Spanish Club, Pep Club, and Y-Teens . . , patient prompter for the junior class play . . . Homecoming and Prom committoos . . . long-remembered open houses and individual ideas.
SIGRID ANN HANSON
Recognized by a hysterical giggle, constant chatter, ond overflowing friendliness ... a member of the Whigrean staff ond skilled business manager of the Buzzette . . . Y-Teens ond Lotin Club . . . Quill and Scroll, National Honor Society ... a mind for mathematics.
WILLIAM ALLAN HIBBS
The "Greek God" lorded over Edina's athletics: All-Confor-enco football team as fullback, All-Conference baseball team, basketball . . . E-Club, Hi-Y, French Club ... a superb French ombassador for "Of Thee I Sing" ... a perfect example of confidence.
CARL WILLIAM HOWORTH
A wolcome newcomor from "South of the Border" — Iowa, that is . . . Bill joined Edina's ranks at Christmas time and soon found o position on a Senior Dance committee . . . class night committee member . . . future plans point to college . . . cooperative and very congenial.
CONSTANCE ANNETTE HARRIS
Senior cheerleader captain — an outlet for her abundant energy . . . Y-Teens, Spanish Club, and Pep Club filled her activities schedule . . . displayed talent as a dancer with the Aqua Follies . . . Connie's winning ways and personal friendliness made her an ideal Hi-Y Sweetheart candidate.
JOHN LYON HARTZELL
Often seen in a block Ford any time after 2:30 . . . slight difficulty in telling time . . . o wrestling participant . . . library holper and hall monitor . . . iffember of Hi-Y, band, Red Cross Council, and Homecoming committees . . . never without a laugh.
Occupied in Morningside ... an osset to the wrestling team and a long standing membor of the E-Club . . . homeroom officer ... an amicable disposition . . . businoss low indicates present interest and futuro career.
HAROLD CARROLL HAUSKINS
A formor Edina student returned from Shattuck in his junior year . . . participated in activities as a momber of the Spanish Club and Homecoming committoes . . . found many interested viewers of his European movies . . . that self-built houseboat!
-23KAREN THERESE HUEBSCHER
Her face is her fortune and it runs into quite a figure! . . . active member of Buzette staff, Spanish Club, Pep Club, and Homecoming ond Prom committees . . . president of Phi Epsilon . . . lovely Homecoming queen attendant and Hi-Y Sweetheart . . , always friendly and full of pep . . . known for quantities of food and dotes.
PENNY MAE HUMBOLDT
A willingness to help . . . services offered in the office, librory, and cafeteria . . . choir, Y-Teens, and Homecoming committees were also on Penny's agenda . . . special interest developed in lighting and sound ... a friend to all.
SUSAN SERENA HUMMEL
Always busy, but never too hurried to smile . . . Buzzette assistant page editor . . . Rho Delta Thota president . . . French Club . . . coronation committee chairman ond other committee work . . . talented on the eighty-eight keys . . . a sincere friend wih a kind and thoughtful word for everyone.
ADELE ASHLEY HUNTER
Fun is her favorite subject . . . activities: assistant business manager for the Buzzette, member of Y-Teens, French Club, and Latin Club . . . class play ond Homecoming committees . . . big blue eyes that hunt and attract excitement.
MARTHA GAIL HYDE
Pleosant and matter-of-fact . . . o willing participant in Y-Teens and French club . . . outside interests include modeling and Job's Daughters . . . remembrances of someone special ... a supply of brisk humor.
SANDRA VIRGINIA HYRE
Y-Teons ond Spanish Club interested Sandy in her senior year . . . office helper during free hour . . . make-up committee for the class ploy ... on added interest in Junior Achievement activities . . . sweet and shy, feminine to the core.
MARGO LYNN IRIZARRY
A mixture of moods and thoughts . . . can usuolly be found in the ' Blue Bathtub'' — with hi-drive . . . member of Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Prom committee, ond publication's staffs . . . leadership conferences ond Homecoming committee chairman . . . trips to Wisconsin . . . humor, capability, ond confusion — an abundant supply of all.
ELAINE MARGARET JACKSON
Indispensible services to her school: cafeteria and library worker . . . gave lime to hall monitoring ... a high-standing member of the Concessions Club — from vice-president to president . . . Homecoming committee work . . . diligent and dependable.
-24-OEAN DWIGHT JOHNSON
Cought by o "Flood" ... on interest in sports: football, hockoy, and baseball . . . E-Club and Hi-Y member . . . Prom location committee . . . guarded the halls and lent talents to the printshop . . . fond of writing — noted that is.
ROBERT LAWRENCE JOHNSON
"Sifch" achieved a remarkable record of ten letters in Edina athletics . . . involuable member of football, hockey, and baseball teams . . . deserving recognition os All-Conference football and All-State hockey choice . . . E-Club, Hi-Y, and Spanish Club member ... a friendly grin and athletic ability produced admirable success in "all sorts of sports."
JOHN PETER KARALIS
The Greek colled "Scnor" . . . transferred from Robbins-dale in junior year . . . member of golf team, Hi-Y, and Spanish Club . . . homeroom vico-prosident . . . honor roll student with cynical comments . . . anything for a good lime.
MARILYN ALICE KATZMAN
Skill in piano-playing valued by the choir . . . member of Y-Teens, Spanish Club, and Latin Club . . . duties of a hall monitor and Prom committoe member . . . Mr. K's sixth hour speech class made a remaining improssion . . . ivory keys in the future — a successful career.
JULIE ANN JOAS
"Jul" sparkled with ability os Buizette co-editor . . . glittered with enthusiasm in French Club, Pep Club, and G.A.A. . . . shined with service as Ixion's president. Homecoming decoration's chairmon ... a treasure chest of honors: Quill and Scholl, Notional Honor Society, leadership conferences, winter sports doy queen . . . "the best things come in little pockagos."
DAN GARY JOHNSON
Indispensable in the printshop for three years ... a willing worker in all undertakings . . . Concessions Club . . . co-chaiman of the th«me and program committee for the Prom ... an unexpected sense of humor . . . future: of course, o printer.
THOMAS SCOTT KELLY
An outstanding football record: co-captain os a senior, All-Conference player, and Back of the Year in '55 . . . basketball, baseball, and track participant . . . member of the Student Council and E-Club . . . remembered as Leo in junior class play and Homecoming King attendant . . . nonchalant participation.
EDWARD SHELDON KERN
Tucker come to us from Washburn in his junior year . . . participated on wrestling and track teams . . . unforgettable as cheerleader in Homecoming skit . . . distinctive personality on Homecoming and Prom committees . . . a never-ending source of humor ond fun.
• 25-CAROLYN KINGSLAND
Black hair, a gold baseball, and an innocont expression . . . active participant: choir, Y-Teens, French Club, Whigreon staff, ond Homecoming and Prom activities . . . strict disciplinarian as holl monitor . . . sweet, naive nature.
DOUGLAS ERNEST KIRCHNER
Music, music, music! . . . player of a terrific trombone ond a band council member . . . number ono rating in stato music contest . . . interests range from golf to girls . . . enthusiasm ond agreeableness predict a prosperous diamond seller.
SHARON LOUISE KOLSTAD
Frankness and friendliness are her fortes . . . indispensable as member of choir, Y-Teens, ond Spanish Club . . . declamation . . . Homecoming, play, and Prom committees . . . an honor roll student . . . pleasantness and eagerness in her projects.
KARL JEROME KRAHL
Mischief hidden beneath a mild countenance ... a track enthusiost os a sophomore . . . lotin Club rounded out his intellectual activities in his tenth grade year ... a quiet personality in the classroom.
BONNIE BRUNTON KIRK
Amiablo, natural, admired . . . supremacy in senior class, Studont Council, and French Club . . . Homocoming co-chairman and queen attendant . . . representative to Girl's State . . . Y-Teens, Whigreon staff, leadership conferences, and National Honor Society . . . characteristics: "darn" pug nose, pleasantly-modulated voice, ond Blako track medal.
GERALD KEITH KITTEISON
A southern trip ... his ability was developed in the printshop during his junior and senior years . . . membership in a Hi-Y chapter . . . country vagabond, Florida sailor, and high school skipper.
HERBERT HUNT KNOX, JR.
A true non-conformist and cynic . . . will be remembered for witty sarcasms . . . honor roll, homoroom officer, leadership conference ... a bitter critic of Shakespeare . . . success is assured by his adept mind.
RICHARD BURNELL KOCH
Dick's poise and pomp produced o popular leader and M.C. of many activities . . . sophomore Student Council representative . . . twice a Hi-Y cabinet and chapter officer . . . co-chairman of Homecoming and leadership conference in his senior year . . . indispensible os member of Whi-grean staff, "play" committees, chairman of Prom location committee . . . distinguished fame as Wintergreen in "Of Thee I Sing" . . . "wine, woman, and song."PETER MICHAEL KUHLMAN
"Hondo" — unharnessed curiosity . . . carries his camera along just in case . . . Whigrean photographer . . . admission into E-Club through hockoy and baseball letters . . . Rod Cross Council . . . Mr. Skinner in "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" . . . easy stride donotes relaxed woy of life.
DAVID BURTON LARSON
Quiet in appearance but vibrant in determination and sincerity . . . o band member of high standing . . . participant of Spanish Club and Homecoming committees . . . Arthur in "The Heiress" . . . friendliness and hard work are Dave's main stays.
BETTY JOANN LoVAY
Sensible and sincere . . . participated in choir . . . secretary of her Y-Teen club . . . donated spare time to work on the senior float and skit for Homecoming . . . spends out-af-school hours modeling and working at the 8iltmore Motel.
BRIAN KRAIG LAWSON
An original columnist on the Buzzette sports staff ... a valuable netman for two years . . . E-Club, Spanish Club, homeroom officor . . . perfect admiral for "Our Heorts Were Young and Gay" . . . the Senator from Massachusetts in "Of Thee I Sing" ... a casual manner behind several aliases made Brian acquaintances around town . . . "she was not good!"
CAROL ANN KRAUSE
A transfer from Washburn in her senior year . . . valuable addition to Y-Teens, Buzzette staff. Quill and Scroll . . . appropriate for southern beauty in Thespian play . . . known for curly, blonde hair, and miscoscopic waistline . . . enthusiastic and friendly.
CHRISTOPHER ALLEN KRUEGER
An advanced art student . . . member of Hi-Y and Spanish Club . . . worked on Buzzette staff as a junior . . . hard-working committee member: Homecoming, Prom, and Senior Danco ... a ski enthusiast . . . friendly and anxious to please.
FLOYD FREDRICK LEARN
Interests included football, track, ond heavyweight wrestling . . . membership in E-Club . . . choir member . . . printshop work for three years . . . perseverance demonstrated in his winning of the famous bet . . . future aspiration: pro-wrestling.
KAREN ELIZABETH LEE
A familiar name on the "A" honor roll . . . contributed talents as Y-Teen chapter vice-president, Spanish Club secretory ond vice-president, homeroom officer. Prom invitation committee chairmon . . . G.A.A. and Pep Club ... a desorving member of Notional Honor Society . . cute ond shy, dependable and intelligent
-27-MARY ANN LEWEDAG
Consistent comments, chatters, and giggles . . . loyal attender of Quatro Raisons and Spanish Club . . . band, piono, and records show inclination toward music . . . eagorness and consideration for others will affect nursing career.
SUSAN MARYWIN tINDBOE
Loquacious and full of fun . . . vigilont hall monitor and helpful committee worker . . . Y-Teens and choir membership . , . nights at Sue's open houses are lasting memories . . . an aspirotion for a modeling career.
MURRAY STEWART MACPHERSON
H-O-C-K-E-Y is "Mac" . . . H: husky voice and friendly "Hi" . . . O: our goalie — All-Conference, All-State, and all Nancy's . . . C: co-captain for hockey team, committee work . . . K: knack for humor . . . E: E-Club's excitable possession . . . Y: "young and foolish" plus a yell for his feats in the cage.
MARGARET ANN MALBERG
A varied education but finally returned to Edina as a junior . . . Y-Teens and Pop Club member . . . known for her lively sense of humor . . . interests in languages — Latin and Fronch . . . characterized by unconcerned obstractness.
SHIRLEE ANN LUND
A nickname that truly fits its owner: "Shortie" ... on efficient helper in the office during third hour . . . musical interest expressed through senior choir . . . o smooth adjustment to Edina in her junior year.
STEPHEN DOUGLAS LUNDGREN
Believe in Steve? . . . our Student Council president "in charge of vice" . . . two years a class "veep" and then "pres." . . . Dei Gratia, all-school Hi-Y, and French Club president . . . football and golf — E-Club . . . leadership conferences, Buzzette, Quill and Scroll . . . an Edina "Red" in Belgium ... his dramatic achievement: Dr. Sloper of "The Heiress" . . . "But I'm Alexander Throttlebottom, the Vice-President."
FREDERICK CHARLES LYNDEN
Edina's ambassador to West Berlin . . . home in time to be sports editor for the Whigreon . . . track, honor roll, and a Hi-Y officer of Regis occupied the major part of his time . . . a unique priest in "lute Song" ... a memory of buses — chuckles and circumstances.
ROBERTA LYNNE MACLENNAN
Essence of lady-like deportment . . . Y-Teens participant . . . asset to the senior Homecoming skit and Senior Dance ticket committee . . . references to Wisconsin . . . brilliant blushes set off by candid comments ... a future nurse.
-28-JUDITH MARGARET McCRACKEN
Judy's contributions to the school included choir and library service . . . foreign interest: Spanish Club . . . recognition: drama award for part in junior closs play. Notional Honor Society . . . hobbies: sewing and painting . . . quiet, talented, and intellectual.
DIANE DENICE McFARLANE
left St. Louis Park for Edina-Morningside in her senior year . . . quickly found her place in choir, Buzzette staff, and Y-Teens . . . touches of wit blended with a certain appeal for all.
saliy ross McIntyre
Welcomed to Edina from Massachusetts . . . active as a member of the choir, Buzzette staff, and Homecoming committee . . . capable president of les Femmes and co-chairman of a Senior Dance committee . . . enhanced by a slight eastern accent . . . "Where's the pahty, kids?"
PATRICIA LOUISE McMAHON
A skilled equestrian . . . artistic interior decorations for the Prom and Senior Reception . . . valued momber of Y-Teen cobinet and French Club . . . Homecoming and Senior Dance committee member . . . never without willingness, or her knitting needles.
JEAN ANN MATSON
Core of her activities — a Buzzette page editorship and Quill and Scroll membership . . , active in Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Pep Club, and Red Cross Council . . . Homecoming and Prom committeos . . . always a smile, except in chemistry ... a tendency to exaggerate combined with a sense of humor.
MICHAEL CHARLES McCORMICK
A genius with his vocal chords — flirtatious melodies ond startling sounds . . . pungent president of homoroom . . . three-year lettermon in wrestling ond two years of tennis earned E-Club membership . . . crozy ideas and extemporaneous wit made Cormy a perfect Winter Sports Day King.
JANET ANN McWETHY
An unsurpassed personality . . . Whigrean classes and activities editor resulted in Quill and Scroll . . . honor roll . . . Student Council and leadership conferences resulted in Nationol Honor Society . . . All-School Y-Teens president . . . special interests: skiing and tennis . . . chorm, spirit, and opinions attract innumerable and world-scattered friends.
MICHAEL T. MELAND
Possessor of an inborn knack for getting into trouble . . . somewhat enjoyed his transportation to and from school — in a carpool with six girls . . . would be happier without homework or tests . . . friendliness and unconcerned living.
-29-THOMAS ODD MOE
Edina's athlete of athletes . . . ten letters in the big three — football, basketball, and baseball . . . outstanding ond numerous awards: AllAmorican, All-State, All-Conference footboll end; All-Conference in basketball . . . leadership achievements: sophomore class president, senior class
vice-president, Dei-Gratia vico-president, and co-captain of the Hornet eleven . . . scholarship, personality, and physique in the superlative.
AUDREY MAY MOOT
Serene and tranquil temperment . . . member of Y-Tecns and Spanish Club . . . spent her extra time participating in Junior Achievement . . . special knowledge of flowers . . . adroit and efficient in home economics.
JOHN BUTLER MUllIKEN
Outstanding in the "Scotchman's" financial career — tho Student Council treasurership ... a balancod budget of responsibilities: National Honor Socioty "veep", Hi-Y
chapter and cabinet officer, local and city loadorship conferences, class and homoroom offices ... a wealth of activities: Homecoming, Prom, and play committees, Buzzetto and Whigroan staffs, E-Club . . . first man on the tennis team . . . thrifty with women, extravagant with Dixie Land.
JUDITH VIRGINIA NELSON
An honor roll student . . . member of Y-Teens, Spanish Club, and Whigrcan staff . . . worked on Homecoming committees . . . chosen for National Honor Socioty . . . a certain genius for mathematics ... an understanding friend and ambitious worker.
ROBERT WESLEY NELSON
A newcomer to Edina in his junior year ... a former Easterner as his accent reveals . . . lettored in basketball and basoball — result: membership in E-Club . . . served as treasurer of homeroom . . . quiet and resorved — for whom?
JOYCE HELEN NORRIS
Conscientious in both studies and activities . . . interests pointed in the direction of Y-Tcons, Spanish Club, and a Homecoming committee . . . hard work benefited her Junior Achievement group . . . caustic wit balanced with sincerity.
SAUNDRA JOAN NYLUND
Musical interests ... a love of singing and the "88 keys" . . . an avid Dean Martin fan . . . membor of Y-Teons and senior choir . . . served school as an office worker . . . fascinated by foreign languages . . . ambitious with talents, amicable with classmates.
FLOYD BARTELL OLSON
Walks Icisuroly, talks leisurely, and lives leisuroly . . . "Ole" was a capable projectionist in the visual aids department during his sophomore year ... his services wore also used in the office as a junior . . , tested artistic talents.DELORES JEAN OSTMAN
Wore our clou's first diamond on hor left hand . . . gave her spare time in service as both nurses helpor and cafeteria assistant . . . member of Red Cross Council and senior choir ... a Mona Lisa smile.
A feminine reflection of Tom Thumb . . . Y-Tcens member and chapter officer . . . compotont helper in the nurses office . . . honor roll grades during high school . . . fun on float and skit committees for Homecoming . . . her neatness was an asset to the Prom invitations committee.
MARLENE ANN OLSON
Ability and accomplishment as an entertainer are exemplified in Marlene . . . leading role in "Of Thee I Sing" . . . an agile figure skator . . . member of Lotin Club, Spanish Club, Y-Teens, and Pop Club ... a typical Swede — friondly and sincero.
MARLIN DONALD OPPERMAN
Tho boy with a beat . . . topnotch drummer for the band . . . Prom and Homecoming committees ... his rhythm and proficiency earned him first place in the Sophomore Talont Show . . . persistence aided the marching band . . . a musical interest and asset.
JAMES DUNBAR PARKER
A "sporty" sports reporter and fourth page Buzzette co-editor . . . tennis and basketball . . . E-Club, Spanish and Latin Club, Homecoming committees . . . leadership opportunities: Student Council representative and Regis president . . . small in stature but overflowing with enthusiasm.
DUANE ALLEN PASKETT
Sprinter on the cinders in the spring and fall . . deserving member of E-Club as the result of his merits in track and cross country running . . . patron of tho printshop . . . an outstanding printer's devil.
JUDITH EVANGELYN PATTON
Judy loved to sing and her audienco loved to listen . . . an irreplaceable member of senior choir . . . G.A.A. participant . . . member of Concessions, Spanish, and Pep Clubs . . . Homecoming committee work . . . definite convictions and deep sincerity.
CAROL JEAN PERCY
Politeness and practicability ... a letter for participation and secretarial responsibilities in G.A.A. . . . Whigrean and Buzzette staffs . . . Homecoming committee . . . member of National Honor Society . . an enthusiast of domestic science with definite determination.
.31 -WAYNE LEROY PETERSON
A clever clown from Southwest . . . o welcomed addition to the basketball, baseball, cross country, and track teams . . . homeroom president and Rhon joker . . . Whitey's ad lib: "there's nothing like baking soda before a game" . . . calm, cool and collected?
FREDERICK BRIGGS PORTER
The clever cartoonist . . . wrestling was his sports interest . . . Hi-Y, French Club, "Lute Song", and Homecoming committee work aided Fred's friendship . . . teachers and students were continually the subject of his humorous caricatures ... an outdoorsman, pipe and all.
RITA RAE VERONICA PRELVITZ
A newcomer from the north woods — Two Harbors specifically . . . gave her extra school hours to help in the office and the library . . . Spanish Club and Pep Club were also given her attention ... a strawberry blonde with o poised manner.
JOHN BABCOCK REIMERS
Post: transferred from St. Peter, Minnesota in his junior year . . . Present: varsity football, co-captain of wrestling team, Hi-Y chapter officer, E-Club member, publicity committee for the Prom . . . Future: engineering in college . . . a blithe and casual attitude.
JAMES CARL PONTIOUS
Quiesence boosted by a captivating smile and an imper-turable good nature . . . Hi-Y and Spanish Club were faithfully attended by Jim ... in typical humor, Jim listed his favorite period of the day: noon hour.
KATE LYNN RAWITZER
Comments and opinions on all occasions . . . committee work and office help . . . supported Y-Teens, Pep Club, G.A.A., and Spanish Club ... an outside interest in skiing, swimming, and canoe trips . . . extraneous wit accompanied by light sarcasm . . . spirit and vitality.
WAYNE VERNON REED
A newcomer from Brooklyn, New York, so naturally he is a Dodger fan . . . activities not restricted to school . . . has been dubbed "Lash" . . . future plans include business in the architectural field.
HERBERT HENRY REINHARD
Memories of Washburn and Blake . . . realities in freedom of expression: choir and dramatics — Francis X. Gilhooley in "Of Thee I Sing" . . . dreams of electronic engineering at tho U. of M. stem from interest in Hi-Fi ... a firm handshake and a soft heart integrated with a love for fun.
-32-LINDA ANN RICHESON
A long standing member of Y-Teens, French and Pep Clubs . . . G.A.A. and homeroom officer . . . diligent contributor to Homecoming, Senior Reception, Prom and closs ring committees . . . superior rotings in local and district declamation contests . . . distinctively individualistic, instinctively thoughtful.
LOUIS STANLEY RIEGERT
Speed — fast: a new senior face . . . shutter — wide open: "A" rating at State Band Contest . . . focus—'sharp! constant honor roll student . . . flash: Buzzetto, Courier pross photographer . . . picture: clear and candid.
JUDITH ANN RINGBLOOM
Neatness, organization, and dependability mark her numerous activities . . . co-chairman of Senior Dance and Homecoming committees . . . Whigrean staff, Y-Teens, French Club, Buzzette staff. Pep Club, and G.A.A. . . . natural ability makes her a sportswoman supreme . . . leadership conference delegate . . . ready with a quick comeback.
RASMUS JOHAN RINGDAL
Soon became a favored foreign import ... to the ski team — a flying Viking on skis ... to the Student Council
— a new and interested member ... to the band — an accomplished and humorous flutist ... to the student body
— a Norwegian with a winning smile ond a quick adaptation to American life.
GARY CHAMBERLAIN ROBINSON
A "hot rod" fan . . . Hi-Y and Homecoming committee work . . . enjoyed Junior Achievement during spare time out-of-school . . . plans for the future: service in the air force, then college ... a friendly smile and quiet, likeable
SYLVIA ESTHER ROBINSON
Shorthand efficiency award . . . recognized for service in the high school office ... a three-year member of Y-Teens . . . spent extra time in Junior Achievement ... a future career in secretarial work ... quiet, sweet, and unassuming.
KAREN JOY ROCKSTAD
Her bright personality was an asset to her Y-Teens chapter . . . enthusiasm exemplified in Pep Club and G.A.A. . . . a member of a Prom committee and on eager participant in Homecoming activities . . . sweet sincerity to give away.
FREDERICK VICTOR ROGERS
Fred V., a real hustler — on the tennis team, that is . . . "Thero will be an E-Club meeting" . . . sports co-editor for the Buzzette, Hi-Y chapter officer . . . the purser in the junior closs ploy. Senator Robert E. Lyons in "Of Thee I Sing" ... a friol for the teachers, a delight for all the students . . . "Way down upon the Swanee River, folks are filled with jo-o-o-y . . ."
-33ROGER DAVID ROGNAS
Recipient of two owards os a consistent and competent visual aids worker . . . workod on lighting and sound for almost all school productions . . . wrestling and track . . . Hi-Y member . . . chief audio engineer for Hennepin county's youth department . . . always willing and able.
PAUL ALLEN RUSSELL
Paul's positive approach and erratic lough won him ready recognition . . . cafeteria helper, Hi-Y, Spanish Club, band, Whigrean staff member. Homecoming committees . . . Eagle Scout award . . . one who knows what he wants and usually how to get it.
URSULA ILSE SCHALLUS
German's ambassador to Edina under the A.F.S. program . . . activities came to life with the addition of her vivacity and spirit . . . inquisitive interest in American ways . . . actively served on - Student Council and school committees . . . confused comments and constant laughter ... a fraulein not easily forgotten.
DONNA JULIA SCOTT
A familiar figure, magnificent but petite, leading the band . . . competent president of tho Spanish Club . . . original editor of the faculty section for the Whigrean . . . ambitious consistent worker on Homecoming committees — floats and committees . . . studious honor roll student—National Honor Society member . . . psychologically speaking, she's just Great Scott! . . . congratulations to the salutatorian.
LEROY WILFORD RYAN
Bright hair and brilliant blushes ... his educated toe earned many extra points for the championship football team ... an energetic hockey player throughout his high school years . . . membership in Hi-Y and E-Club . . . memories of skates and tournaments.
CAROLYN MARGARET RYDELL
Talented at acquiring intermission quartets ... a songster herself in senior choir . . . French and Spanish Clubs . . . Y-Teens, Pep Club, and G.A.A. . . . declamation superiors — Thespian membership . . . decorator for the Senior Dance and Homecoming float . . . gregarious in nature.
JAMES EUGENE SADLER
An unassuming, quiet manner that would appear to be shyness . . . activities at Jim's church take much of his time ... his major interest is sports . . . "secret, ond self-contained and solitary."
BARABARA ANN SAMPSON
Visible dramatic obility . . . Emily in "Our Town", Cornelia in "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," and Katherine in "The Heiress" . . . Buzzette and Whigrean staff member . . . Thespians, French Club, and Pep Club . . . a terror in a leother jacket . . . well-versed in "snakecharming."DAVID GORDON SEHIIN
A Hornet hero on the gridiron ond on the boseboll diom-ond . . . Art's leadership qualities enabled him to serve as president of Auctor Hi-Y, the E-Club, ond the senior class . . , Homecoming ond Prom committees . . . o member of Student Council for two years . . . dependable, reserved, ond satisfied with his "blessing."
NANCY JEAN SEIDl
Essential to the Student Council, Y-Teen cabinet, Whigreon staff, ond Murray . . . elected for National Honor Society ond os I.C.C. representative . . . French Club, Latin Club, and Pep Club . . . capable committee chairman and expert hockey rooter . . . faithful and amusing friend ... a versatile and dependable leader.
BARBARA JO SHELTON
According to a recent survey, a skilled accordionist . . . choir member . . . service to the cafeteria . . . checked passes as a hall monitor . . . Y-Teens ond G.A.A. member . . . a sparkle on her left bond to match the one on hor always smiling face.
WILLIAM DON SHOGREN
"Shogie" enthusiastically participated in football, wrestling, skiing, baseball, and track . . . Hi-Y, E-Club, and Spanish Club member . . . "Lute Song", Prom committee. Class Night . . . indescribably humorous, nicknames — numerous . . . "Peeper, keep her!"
MARY LEE SHORT
Alwoys giving of her talents — yet never without them . . . with Mary lee, it's an art . . . National Scholastic Art awards promoted art editor for Buzzette and Whigreon . . . abilities useful to Homecoming, Prom, and play committees . . . soft-spoken in personality, clamorous in applied ability.
DONALD LOUIS SIWALD
A practical joker with an highly inquisitive mind . . . Don's immediate interest — cars . . . definite talent in physics and mathematics . . . engineering at U. of M. in his future plans . . . hysterical laughter, impossible questions.
SUSAN AVIS SMITH
"Smish" ... a unique philosophy of life ... an amusing contribution to the choir, Y-Teens, Sponish Club, ond Pep Club ... an array of committees for Homecoming . . . hall monitor during sixth hour . . . needed in many school endeavors . . . needs a license!
Spontaneous idcos developed in Whigreon senior section . . . National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, ond leadership conferences . . . member of Y-Teens, French Club, ond the Student Council . . . regular chairmon and poster-maker for publicity committees ... a progressive jazz fan . . . her grin is her guardian.
-35-EDWARD ALDEN STAFFORD
Ed'» athletic interests were comprised of skiing and tennis . . . on avid participant in Dei Gratia, Hi-Y, and a valuable help to the visual aids program . . . member of the fourth hour "treat club" . . . outside interest: Hi-Fi ... a ready smile marks his warm personality.
ROBERT LEE STEINWEG
An optimistic view of life . . . Bob's maneuvers on the ice helped the team in entering the State Hockey Tournament . . . E-Club and H-Y member . . . holped organize Homecoming activities in his senior year . . . teasing sarcasm.
WADE WILCOX STROUT
Constant animation and unusual occupations . . . athletic manager of the championship football team . . . active in choir and print shop . . . organizer of our Homecoming parade . . . co-owner of a bright red M.G. ... on interest in fire fighting.
WILLIAM PAYSON STROUT
A sport for every seoson: fall — football, winter — hockey, spring —• baseball . . . membership in Spanish Club and E-Club . . . Strouter was vice-president of his homeroom . . . frequent blushes . . . unusually shy, yet usually at ease.
YVONNE MARGUERITE STOW
Naturally talented at winning friends and influencing people . . . service to classmates as president of Tri U, secretary of junior class, and president of senior homeroom . . . Whigrean and Buzzette staffs, leadership conferences, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll . . . a birthday surprise and Florida trip never to be forgotten.
JAMES ALVIN STRATTON
Seldom seen without his junior counterpart . . . skiing, Hi-Y all-school secretary, Spanish Club . . . high scholarship — a constant honor roll name . . . the task of decorating the ceiling for Homecoming . . . distant horizons: chemical engineering . . . conscientious and reserved.
JOHN OSCAR STRECKER
A combination of sports and musical interests . . . capable performer on the gridiron and cinders . . . talent on the drums made John the center of attraction at many open houses . . . Spanish Club, E-Club, and Red Cross Council . . . noted for relaxed manner and spontaneous humor.
A departure from Washburn — a reception at Edina . . . versatility apparent in high position on honor roll, committees, and in Y-Teens, French Club, and Pep Club . . . nominated as Hi-Y Sweetheart candidate . . . "Johnny" of "The Wild One" . . . effervescent energy.
-36-NANCY ELISE SWANSON
A proficient clorinetist during threo year» with the band . . . a member of Y-Teens and Latin Club . . , Homecoming ond Prom committees also took much of her time . . . fun and freedom characterize Nancy.
PATRICIA JEAN TAUS
Ambition and friendliness . . . hard workor in library, junior class play committee, and Whigrean staff . . . G.A.A., Pep Club, Homecoming and Prom committees . . . leadership conference and declamation . . . De LaSalle Homecoming attendant . . . appreciated for hor "little" favors.
MERTON JOHN THOMPSON, JR.
Temperamental, friendly ... an ability to take life in his stride . . . irreplaceable co-captain of the basketball team . . . an agile trackster and E-Club participant for throe yeors ... a Homecoming float buildor . . . originality shown by ingeniously named possessions.
LEE LAWRENCE THORESEN
A speed enthusiast to the nth degroe: o cycle man and champion speed skater . . . football, track, and cross country — E-Club membership ... a quiet personality tangent to a keen mind . . .-"Thorny" will be rememberod "From Here to Infinity" as a supreme "interpolator" of mathematics.
EVA JO SUGDEN
Always interested ond interesting . . . provided fascinating speakers to enliven social problems . . . assistant to the nurse and office . . . active in Y-Tcens, Spanish Club, and Pep Club ... a full house for a Silver Tea . . . intentness in argumentative discussions.
LAWRENCE LEE SWANDBY
"The Fox" held an executive position in all his endeavors: Whigrean co-editor, Hi-Y chapter and cabinet officer. National Honor Socioty president, Thespian "veep", co-chairman of the leadership conference and tho Prom . . . roles in the junior class, Thespian, and senior class plays . . . ingenuity and determination accompanied by a ready smile . . . hurried steps down the hall.
HARRIET KAY TORING
Fashionoblo clothes set off by a distinguished hairdo . . . Y-Teens and Pep Club . . . gave her services to the offico for the past three years . . . sweet, but sophisticated . . . serious, but gullible.
ERIN FAYE TOWNE
Erin was welcomed from Minnehaha Academy for her senior year . . . artistic talent and dependability made her a good worker . . . member of Y-Teons and the Homecoming skit . . . earned a place in National Honor Society . . • diligent, patient, and always ready to help.
-37-BOUJOCA VAN DER LEEST
Our A.F.Sor from Hollond . . . joined American activities both in and out-of-school . . . Y-Teens and Spanish Club . . . Homecoming and Senior Dance committees . . always ready to try anything new . . . definite ideas and spontaneous observations . . a Hollander the Hornets will long remember.
CATHLEEN RENE VEITH
She flies through the air with the greotost of case . . . mascot of the junior class float . . . efficient office helper . . . choir, Y-Toens, Pep Club ... a committee member for the Prom . . . back flips as a cheerleader.
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DONALD HERBERT WARD
A quart of dynamite — pint size ... a lotter in football earned him a placo in the E-Club . . . participated in track and Hi-Y ... a mixture of tricks, jokes, cmd enthusiasm — never dulled.
RALPH EUGENE WARREN
Blond hair and a winning smile . . . engaged in skiing and tennis for two years . . . Hi-Y and visual aids held interest for Ralph . . . served on the Prom food committee . . . quiet at work, vibrant at play.
ELIZABETH LEE VILETT
Libby . . . easily identified by her blonde tone . . . momber of Y-Tcens, Spanish Club, and Latin Club ... a capable committee worker and office helper - . an added spark to any group . . . generally speaking, she is gonorolly speaking.
JUSTINE ELVIRA VINCI
Italian terror in a leother jacket . . . superior soloist in the choir . . . lent other talents to tho Aqua Follies . . . Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Pep Club, and publicity committees . . . charm and convenient forgetfulness known to all . . . "Anyono find a ring?"
RONALD WILLIAM VORK
A welcome new face around Edina two years ago . . . a wizard in his radio workshop . . . helpful member of the dance committeo for the Senior Dance . . . aspiration: a career in the field of electronics . . . unreserved friendliness and a willing smile.
MARILYN JEAN WAHL
Thoughtful and sweet ... an active member of Y-Teens, Pep Club, and Spanish Club . . . willing and helpful to the refreshment, auditorium, ond coronation committees for Homecoming . . . additional work on Prom and Senior Reception ... a sincere ottitudo and a shy smile.MARY LOUISE WEBSTER
Nonchalant humor whon least expected, but qualified assistance when most neoded . . , Y-Teons, French Club, and Pep Club member . . . indispensable to the Buzzette staff as assistant to the business manager . . . alway's a laugh when "Webby" is around.
MARGARET ANNE WEILUMSON
Persistence and persuasion ... a member of French Club, Y-Tecns, and G.A.A. . . . Senior Reception and Homecoming committee work . . . memories of open houses during her junior year . . . big brown oyes.
SANORA SUE WELSH
Left for Kansas during her senior year . . . active in Y-Teens, Pep Club, G.A.A., and Homecoming committees ... a perfect Hi-Y Sweetheart in her sophomore year; equally appropriate as Homecoming Queen attendant . . . a picture of reticence, tranquility, and beauty.
CHARLES BROWN WESTERBERG
His molodious voice was a great asset to the tenor section . . . high school choir member for three years . . . happy Charlie makes his best impression on the stage, screen, and the original Gutenburg press.
SANDRA RAE WINEBRENNER
A Southwest contribution to Edina . . . sophomore homeroom officer . . . library helper and first hour hall monitor . . . Homecoming committee ... a good cook and future homemaker . . courtesy and cooperation.
MARY JOAN WOODWARD
Joan transferred to Edina from Holy Angels in 1954 . . . soon claimed membership in Pep Club and Y-Teens . . . she gave her support to the senior Homecoming skit and the docorations committoe for the Prom . . . will be remembered for the crinoline slip ... an artistic analyzer.
EDWIN TRUESDELl YOUNG
Truely an outdoorsman . . . Ted engaged actively in football, basketball, and his specialty, track . . . Hi-Y and E-Club member for three yeors ... his hard work and persistence will help him obtain a future goal — his own rosort.
MARY ALICE ZIPOY
A loyal attender of hockey games . . . member of French Club, Pep Club, and Y-Teens . . . foithful work on class Homecoming floats . . . participation on Senior Dance decoration committee . . . slight in stature but overflowing in personality.
GENUINE GENIUSES Barbara Anderson — Alan Allison
Janet MeWethy — Whitey Peterson
Karen Lee — Dave Graf
SURE SUCCESSES Salley Chaney — Bob Engstrom
Barb Sampson — Mike McCormick
Bonnie Kirk — Roy Abrahamson
Marilyn Katzman — Bud Britbois
Bobbi Cole — Tom Moo
Kate Rawitzer — Steve Lundgren
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Adele Hunter — Bill Brellenthin
YOU ARE IN THE SPOTLIGHTJUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Torry Buis, treasurer; Steve Tell, vice-president; Janette Oitman, secretary; Jim Begg, president.
ass of 1 957
Frantically calling for prom reservations were the junior class officers who seldom had time to pose for pictures. Track seemed to hold almost more fascination than telephoning for president, Jim Begg. The officers always knew where to look for Steve Tell since the hockey rink was known to have a special attraction for him. Janette Ostman, as secretary, found that she was given the job of locating information as well as recording it. Terry Buss discovered to his disappointment that financial problems could not be solved on a basketball court.
. 44 -SEATED: Mr . Hagemeitter, Mi Seims, Mr . Glatting. STANDING: Mr. B«lk, Mr. Greer, Mr. Melbye.
G. Albrecht M. Alderson D. Allivato M. Anderson F. Ashenbrenner R. Atwood C. Austin J. Balfony S. Barington
$. Barnes J. Begg T. Bell E. Benjamin R. Bergland E. Bloke C. Blessing M. Blood S. Bode
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E. Bohlonder G. Bridgman M. Brown D. Bryant A. Bucket! K. Bungert J. Burbank
J. Burris T. Buss E. Cameron R. Cordarelle G. Carlton G. Carlson J. Corlson M. Carlson
y Carroll G. Canon P. Chamberlain B. Christianson P. Clausen M. Connolly D. Covell R. Cummiskey C. Dahl
-45-D. Dannoll I. Dorr M. Delano T. Dodge J. Eddy J. Emorion C. Engle R. Eltner C. Falkangcr
P. Faville P. Fcddors P. Fielek P. Fikkan E. Finkonaor R. Fletchor K. Forrest M. Franzen
R. Gage B. Garrison G. Gillette M. Glozcn V . Goetz T. Gray V. Green
F. Greenogle C. Habcrsiroh J. Hackborn P. Hogcn T. Hale J. Hall T. Holloron M. Ham S. Hamilton
K. Hart C. Haupt B. Hey R. Hicks J. Hinchcliffo
K. Holman S. Holler H. Hooper S. Hughos E. Hunt R. Husebo D. Jacobson
J. Klorquist M. Knutson M. Korthof S. Kirzan M. Kuntz R. lee I. Lundgren B. McAllen J. McKendrick
-46-A. Molisow K. Morlln P. May M. Messicci N. Mot I. Mulliken D. Myers R. Mytr» D. Nolle
C. Neary I. Nebelthau 0. Neiberger T. Nein G. Nelson K. Nelson M. Nelson S. Nelson
J. Neville M. Nordquist D. North A. Olson D. Olson J. Ostman A. Pocini
S. Parelius D. Porsons M. Potten M. Pearson S. Pedersen V. Pennington P. Phillips K. Porterfield S. Preseott
S. Princell R. Quello
I. Robe A. Raymond
J. Richards J. Richordson E. Robertson P. Robey J. Robinson
P. Rockstod T. Rose J. Rossiter J. Rosenow G- Rothgeb 0. Rouxer N. Roe
D. Sarles S. Schoeneman K. Schwarzkopf J. Scott N. Shorpe G. Simons W. Sirene T. Sletkolon
C. Smith P. Smith D. Sonderby J. Sonnesyn E. Spande I. Stork N. Stephens K. Stoep B. Stolte
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S. Tell M. Thacker J. Thiss D. Thomas J. Thompson C. Tracy D. Tressel P. Turner
J. Vail D. Wigen G. Williams T. Wilson M. Wood J. Woodhead G. Wozniak C. Wronski
The Year’s Review
This year we as juniors had a major adjustment to make. We were "too old" for much of our behavior, and "to young" to share the privileges of the seniors. However, we made the best of the situation as representatives of our class gained positions of prestige in many school activities.
Our supply of originality did not fail us as we put it to use and won first prize on our homecoming float.
Our voices had to be kept in excellent condition during the football and basketball seasons for we were the students yelling, "Get your popcorn and
coffee," at every game. Everyone pitched in and our class unity grew as did our treasury.
Talent came to the forefront as we produced our class play, "Room For One More." We received great returns, both in applause and in finances.
At last our planning and labor came to a focus. Under the leadership of Linda Lundgren and John Woodhead, the 1956 Junior-Senior Prom became a reality. Although the treasury fell with startling abruptness, the final result made all efforts worthwhile, and the Prom became a memory of both work and a wonderful evening.
AutographsSOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Bob Bruss, president; Stove Tanner, treasure John Engsfrom, vico-prosidont; Linda Peterson, secretary.
Class of 1958
Promoting the sophomore talent show was one of the activities the officers were amazed to find as their responsibility. President Bob Bruss decided, however, that selling tickets could be as interesting as playing basketball. John Engstrom's experience in band proved valuable when working with people as well as when taking on selling jobs. Linda Peterson was startled when successful projects required enthusiastic comments and a smoothly writing pen both. Iowa immigrant Steve Tanner was soon admired as a financial expert although football plays appeared between his number columns.SEATED: Miss Costello, Miss Towler, Mr. Scanlon. STANDING: Mr. Bowman, Mr. Ehlort, Mr. Hartman.
C. Adams M. Addicks L. Akins M. Ambrose C. Anderson S. Anderson K. Andorson N. Anderson P. Anderson
M. Barker J. Baurenfiond J. Boale
D. Bedgood P. Benson I. Bergcrson D. Berlin
J. Bolduc B. Bowers B. Bowman J. Boyer G. Brandi D. Breedlove J. 8rocker
C. 8urton R. Burton H. Campbell D. Cannom K. Carlson
B. Bross S. Buckbee
S. Chaney A. Clork
D. Coffey D. Connor
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T. Douglas J. Edmiston E. Eichhorn D. Eidsvold J. Ellis J. Engle J. Engelhort S. Engelsma
J. Engstrom D. Foust P. Faust M. Foldhake S. Fietek J. Fikkan C. Fisher
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G. Hampton J. Hansen M. Hanson T. Hanson D. Hargrove I. Henderson T. Hcnjum
J. Herrmann S. Hewitt M. Hill E. Hoffert D. Holmes D. Hunter M. Huser B. Hvde
-51 -K. Kannenberg J. Kornstedt K. Kelly A. Kern R. Kosler R. Kimmerle T. King D. Kinney M. Kinzoy
G. Klock R. Kreiscr K. Kusserow S. lorson J. Laurel L. Loarn I. Lee R. Lee
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I. Martinson D. Mellemo C. Miller G. Moc
T. Nichols N. Nicolls G. Nordby A. Nordeen B. Nordell B. O'Brion J. Olinger
G. Olson R. Oliver R. Orwell P. Packard R. Palmor P. Parbury M. Parrott J. Potton
L. Pawluk R. Peterson B. Pence I. Peterson R. Peterson A. Piere J. Pleissner M. Potts K. Ralph
-52-M. Roinerlsen L. Roinhard R. Reinhardt R. Rice T. Richardson J. Ringbloom J. Rixc I. Robertson R. Robinson
W. Roscoe I. Rosendahl P. Rosonow S. Ross K. Ruddy D. Russell K. Ruud G. Sompson
H. Sawyer J. Schaub E. Schultz 0. Schwartz B. Schweiger I. Seaman S. Seim
J. Skala G. Smith M. Smith P. Smith J. Spearing C. Steen C. Steinweg C. Stevens S. Stevens
S. Stephens C. Stevenson B. Stewart B. Stolte R. Stone K. Strachauer S. Strecker P. Street J. Swan
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I- Turner S. Turner R. Tylock K. Utendorfer M. Van Wagenen M. Vilett T. Visser J. Ward J. Word
-53-J. Windhorst J. Woxniok J. Wyord J. Wyotl
The Year’s Review
In jumping from junior to senior high school, we were surprised to find ourselves included in so many activities. We took these new jobs in our stride, however, and worked with juniors and seniors on play and dance committees. Student Council, and Junior Red Cross.
Our class was quickly recognized when we produced the winning homecoming skit, our first of many senior high school accomplishments.
Edina-Morningside athletic teams gained strength
from the sophomore class. Jim Moe and Tom King supported basketball and football while others were active in hockey, track, and baseball.
Our Sophomore Talent Show, under the co-leadership of Susan Chaney and Sally Frederickson, supplied money for our most important project, the Senior Reception.
Having laid a good foundation for senior high activities, we are looking forward to our added opportunities as juniors.
-54-FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS: Don Burris, president; Doug Noegell, vice-president; Scott Kirk, trcosurer; Nancy Kuphal, secretory.
"Stars ond streamers" became the official password of the freshmen officers as they helped get dance decorations underway. Don Burris wondered how his artistic training had been neglected, recalling his hobbies of football and golf. Doug Naegele had many unique suggestions which did not originate, however, from his outside activities of sports and trap shooting. The official "minute taker," Nancy Kuphal, carefully recorded each idea and saw that one was chosen for each "frosh" project. Scott Kirk influenced all decisions by his frequent .comments on the state of the treasury.
55-SEATED: Mrs. Taggatz, Miss Gracbncr, Miss Bernard, Miss Bowers, Miss Tcichroow. STANDING: Mr. Halvorsen, Mr. Downs, Mr. Jepson, Mr. Beson, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Nelson.
D. Abrahomson D. Amundson J. Anderson R. A. Anderson R. O. Anderson S. Anderson T. Andorson J. Andrews R. Andrusko
E. Arnotl T. Asplund J. Avery J. Bancroft I. Barington J. Borklo P. Beover R. Bell R. Benson
M. Berg P. Bergquist A. Bcrgren K. Bessesen B. Bina S. Bing P. Blanchard
D. Bomsta G. Bowen P. Brodley R. Brandt H. Branham M. Brede K. Briden M. Brosvik
M. Brosvik D. Brown G. Brown P, Brown A. Brye P. Buchanan D. Burris M. Busch M. Callaghan
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G. Campbell 8. Carlson C. Carlson J. Carlson J. Carlson R. Carlson V. Carpenter C. Carson 1. Corson
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C. Caspers N. Caspersen O. Chambers J. Chomplin A. Chapmoo P. Choput M. Clarke M. Cloutier
J. Coleman I. Corrigan J. Coursolle J. Crinklaw J. Crist 8. Crocker P. Crook
P. Dunkley J. Ebbort
D. Erickson R. Erickson
J. Floten N Flickinger
S. Hall W. Hallborg M. Holloran K. Hamilton G. Honsen 8. Hanson J. Hordisty J. Hort
G. Hargreoves M. Harris S. Hawthorne M. Hegmon C. Heines G. Hermanson R. Hibbs K. Hildyard S. Hohl
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N. Keller S. Kelm M. Kinsoll S. Kirk K. Kirschner E. Konen J. Krohl
I. Krouse 0. Krizon N. Kuphal G. Lapp J. Larkin J. Larson S. leory S. Ledin C. Lien
K. lindemann K. lingren D. Lockhart S. Lockwood R. Lofelmakcr S. lofgren K. Lundquist B. Lyon S. Lyons
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J. McCall M, McCauley L. Maclennan J. McWethy V. Mairs B. Mans S. Marklo
M. Martin R. May K. Melbostad G. Miller J. Moo J. Mohr C. Mucke D. Naegelo
K. Nelson S. Nelson L. Nelson S. Nelson P. Nielsen J. Nichols $. Noran P. Nordell D. Norris
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D. Oilman J. Paulson J. Perso B. Peterson P. Peterson V. Polorson S. Pilt D. Porter
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G. Rodoske G. Reed J. Reinhardt F. Richards P. Richardson R. Roark P. Roloim M. Ross A, Rossman
K- Ruling K. Ruud J. Ryman N. Sable R. Solmon M. Sanders J. Sondin M. Sawyer R. Schlagenhauf
P. Schmalx J. Schoffman N. Schreiber B. Schulte W. Scheiwoiger G. Scoggin N. Selecn
D. Sharpe M. Shuford W. Smith E. Soderberg P. Stafford S. Stephens K. Stein J. Strehlow
8. Swanson C. Swanson D. Talam K. Toylor J. Teller K. Terwilliger D. Tews P. Thomas S. Tomlinson
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The Year’s Review
We, the freshman class, started the year by learning co-operation and realizing our growing obligations. Not only did members of our class lead the Junior High Student Council and Junior Red Cross Council, but we also lent our support to such organizations as Pep Club and G.A.A.
Junior varsity sports drew cheers from the bleachers as our boys prepared themselves for future participation in senior high athletics. Wrestling and football found two special supporters in Ross Denim and Joe Schoffman.
Our most challenging task was the planning and decorating of our very first homecoming float.
Three moonlights were the climactic social events of the year as we taxed our imaginations for ideas concerning themes and decorations.
This, our final year in junior high, was filled with sports, dances, and club memberships, and we are looking with great expectations toward senior high school.
-60-G ADE CLASS OFFICERS: Gary Wyard, president; Barbara Carlson, secretary; Joanna lundgren, vice-president; Bill Lund, treasurer.
The Class of 1960
Announcing dances was a welcome chore to the eighth grade officers who looked forward to these, all important events. Gary Wyard found that being president of Edina-Morningside's largest class had some disadvantages when planning refreshments for such eighth grade functions. Joanne Lundgren demonstrated to her class the importance of being active in both class and school activities. Barbara Carlson's interest in the Buzzette was well used to advertise the achievements of her class. Bill Lund, as treasurer, insisted that the complete success of any dance depended upon its financial returns.
-61 -SEATED: Mrs. Letven, Mr. Krez, Mr . Dulebohn, Mr. Schmit STANDING: Mr. Hendrickson, Mr. Carlson, Mr. Chapman.
M. Abbott M. Albrecht B. Anderson C. Anderson G. Anderson J. Andorson t. Anderson P. Anderson L. Andrews
J. Artus G. Ashcnbrenner K. Bank
I. Borker D. Barnes J. Bortlet B. Beole C. Bomis S. Bonham
B. Benjamin J. Benson M. Borgo D. Bcralund J. Berlin W. Biobo- I. Bishop
B. Blanch G. Bodlund B. Boettchor E. Bohlondor L. Bolduc S. Bolmgren C. Bomsto I. Bott
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R. Bradley A. Brostad K. Bridgman A. Brion R. Broeker J. Brothers F. Brown K. brown S. Brown
-62-W. Brum J. Bruntjen D. Brye J. Buckcii K. Brunnell B. Burgess K. Burke I. Burfon
N. Buss 8. Coin J. Campbell P. Campbell V. Capron B. Carlson D. Carlson H. Carlton
J. Carlson M. Carlson R. Carlson A. Chorbonneou
W. Chisler G. Church C. Ciskovsky
D. Clork T. Clark J. Coffin T. Cooley C. Corehran M. Courtney S. Covnick J. Dahl S. Dahl
D. Danens J. Delaney K. Delaney D. Denny L. Derby T. Dibble D. Dickey C. Disney S. Disney
J. Duffy A. Eastwood B. Egokvist B. Eggan S. Eggan S. Emerson H. Engen
P. Engquis! J. Enroth J. Erickson S. Everett R. Farrington K. Foisted S. Finkenaur J. Flower
D. Foley N. Forsberg M. Foss T. Frank
P. Fritz V. Gaddis C. Garrison D. Garrison T. Gorrison
-63-S. Gerecke I. Geving J. Gilruth R. Godt R. Grams P. Granger P. Grimm J. Grinloy C. Groat
J. Grover J. Gunderson C. Haenny J. Hall G. Homara B. Hamilton D. Hamilton M. Hansen
B. Hanson D. Harris G. Houck M. Hawkins S. Hedo J. Heimarck J. Heitke
K. Henderson G. Honkol B. Hepp D. Hey D. Higgins D. Hinck T. Hirsch O. Hognander C. Hoisted
L. Holtz J. Hughes C. Hyde M. Jacobson M. Jacobson F. Jevno J.‘Johnson K. Johnson R. Johnson
S. Johnson S. Johnstone J. Jones G. Jorgensen G. Kadlac R. Kann D. Kauppi
J. Kcho J. Kesler M. Kibler I. Kimball J. Kimmerle L. King J. Kingsland D. Kinnoy
K. Kirkman B. Kirschner K. Knight J. Knutson M. Kohner J. Krommersfod K. Kring K. Kulp F. LodeC W Vf W y o jr m
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0. lorkin R. LoVoy C. loom A. Lock V. Loo E. Loverin9 B. lew! J. Lewis P. lillejord
S. Lilligron J. Lindberg D. lindman W. Lund B. Lundeon J. Lundgren J. Lundgren M. Lykken
G. Lyon J. Lytlo M. McAllen D. McDonald M. McGarraugh M. McGory M. McNollis
W. McPhail J. Maier B. Malberg S. Malisow M. Marks D. Miller D. Moore S. Moore O. Mork
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M. Moss D. Mueller D. Myers A. Nelson D. Nelson D. Nelson J. Nelson M. Newhouse J. Nogglo
T. Nordcen M. Norris K. Norton T. Nugent J. Nylund C. Odell G. Odoll
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D. Pearson I. Poorson S. Pearson V. Pedorson J. Pohrson H. Pennington C. Peterson D. Peterson K. Potorson
-65-0. Reimer J. Riobe W. Riogort S. Riley I. Ring M. Roadorick W. Robillard D. Robin
R. Peterson S. Peterson J. Pfaff
N. Plotou K. Pleissnor J. Plotnicky
R. Scholeftold O. Schott 8. Schuenemen R. Seamen
G. G. Smith
M. Stageberg C. Stedman
B. Stephens E. Strochouer B. Straiton
M. Stuppy N. Swanson M, Swant
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M. Vrooman S. Wokcly
M. Woodward V. Wright
G. Wyard K. Yerdon
The Year s Review
As eighth graders this year, we really felt that we were part of a working team and not the onlookers any longer. We renewed our interest in school activities, such as Band and choir, and lent our school spirit to all games. Although next year we will not be leaders of grades below us, we are sure we can accept our responsibilities as senior high school students.
Football headed the list of activities for our boys, and when the snow began to fall, basketball became the highlight. Our girls, not wanting to be shown up
by the boys, entered into sports under the G.A.A. program.
Our social world was off to a start with the "Korn Kob Bop." Other moonlights followed and made fun for all who attended.
With a little concentrated effort we made the largest class of Edina-Morningside into a co-operative body, and together we learned the fundamentals of enthusiastic participation.
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-67-Class of 1961
This year we, the seventh grade, made the move into the high school. At first we were unsure of ourselves, being the babies of the school, but before long we became part of our new surroundings.
Our main project of the year was to get acquainted with our different environment and new colleagues. We captured the Christmas spirit into our first sunlight. Our boys participated in seventh grade sports under the coaching of Mr. Stolte.
We feel we have the potential to live up to the school's standards, and will prove this to you as the first leaders of the new Junior High School.
-68-SEATED: Miss Jeurissen, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. Nordell, Mrs. Aomodt, Miss laukka. STANDING: Mr. Olson, Mr. Stolte, Mr. Kozub, Mr. Engon, Mr. Gilbert.
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-73-SEATED: Mr. Kuhlman, Mr. McGarraugh.
STANDING: Mr. Po «l», R v. Keller, Mrs. Richards, Mr. Terwilliger, Mr. Parrott.
Choosing an efficient administration and a capable faculty are two of the many issues which confront the Edina-Morningside School Board. Student interests and requirements must be taken into account when the school board sets up the curriculum.
Future expansion of the school system is an additional problem which is studied by the school board. They present their Findings to the citizens of Edina-Morningside, who must weigh the advantages and disadvantages of each proposal. The new junior high school, which will be finished in the fall of 1956, is an example of the foresight employed by the school board.
The 1955-56 school board is comprised of Charles McGarraugh, Milton Kuhlman, Robert Parrott, Norman Terwilliger, Mrs. James Richards, George Posselt, Frank Jewett, and Paul Keller.
-76-MR. G. GODT, First Vice-President
MR. P. MUCKE, Second Vice-President
MRS. A. STAFFORD, Secretory
MR. J. CHAPMAN, Treasurer
A closer relationship between parents and teachers is achieved by the P.T.A. By working together, they solve many problems which would be difficult for each to analyze separately. The strength of Edina-Morningside's P.T.A. is found in the abundant interest expressed by its members.
Membership is open to all faculty, parents, and citizens who are interested in the furthering of purposeful education in Edina-Morningside. This interest in education is well expressed by the scholarship which the P.T.A. offers to a senior who is planning to enter the field of education.
Many programs are planned throughout the year by the P.T.A. The first meeting was an open house. Parents followed their children's classroom schedule and met the individual teachers who soon brought them up-to-date on new classroom methods. On December 8th, the P.T.A. sponsored the annual Christmas Concert.
-77-Mr. Kuhlman displays future plans.
We of Edina-Morningside owe our smoothly run school system to Mr. Kuhlman, superintendent of schools. Our beautiful buildings and adequate facilities are due to his foresight and long range planning.
His achievements in education have been recognized in "Who's Who in American Education," "Who's Who in the Midwest," and "Leaders in American Education."
After receiving his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of South Dakota, Mr. Kuhlman studied
at the University of Minnesota and was awarded the degree of Master of Arts. Mr. Kuhlman came to Edina-Morningside in 1949 as our first high school principal and became superintendent of schools in 1950.
Mr. Kuhlman has a wide variety of outside interests. As a member of Lion's Club, Optimists, and American Legion, he takes an active part in civic and community affairs. He enjoys sports and is an avid follower of Edina-Morningside teams.
Pryor planning in blueprint stage.
MR. DONALD I. PRYOR
An important addition was made to our administration this year in the person of Mr. Pryor. Supervising oil bookkeeping and accounting dilemas is Mr. Pryor's responsibility as administrative assistant in charge of business. His many tasks are complicated and involve all phases of school business. He has charge of the transportation system and also the upkeep of all the buildings and grounds. Directing the
cafeterias and handling any necessary purchases for the school complete the extensive work of Mr. Pryor.
Mr. Pryor came to Edina-Morningside from Yankton, South Dakota, where he was business manager for Yankton College. He has attended both the University of Minnesota and St. Cloud Teachers' College.
Mr. Pryor enjoys the outdoors and in his spare time is an enthusiastic hunter and fisher.
79-Students and faculty alike sincerely welcomed their principal, Mr. Fick, back to school later this fall after he had recovered from his illness. One of the many problems facing him when he returned was working toward a revision of the curriculum. As principal, he feels that this revision would be valuable in making more subjects available t;o students than has previously been possible.
Conferences with both students and faculty take
up the major portion of Mr. Fick's time. The Senior High Student Council benefits by his patience and co-operation.
Mr. Fick received his B.A. degree from St. Cloud Teachers and a M.A. from the U. of M.
After the high school was built, Mr. Fick became the assistant principal. He was then made principal in 1952, and has served in this capacity since that time.
80-The attendance officer checks hit dates.
During the principal's illness, Mr. Ring assumed responsibility for both the functions of the principal and his own job as assistant principal. Making the school run smoothly at this time demanded an extra amount of time and effort which Mr. Ring willingly gave.
The assistant principal has charge of attendance, discipline, and registration for new students. Mr. Ring's lesser known tasks include arrangements for
field trips and transportation. He also advises the Junior High Student Council.
After graduating from the University of Minnesota, Mr. Ring returned to receive his Master's degree and is now working on his Doctor's degree. He has been at Edina-Morningside for six years, four of which have been in the capacity of assistant principal.
Mr. Ring is an avid sports fan and has lettered in football at the University of Minnesota.
-81 -MISS MARILYN I. JENSEN
Jr. High Counselor
Confused students find help in adjusting to junior high from elementary school through the Junior High Counselor, Mr. Schmidt. Seventh graders gain a basic understanding of their new school through an orientation program previous to their enrollment.
Choosing senior high classes is a problem which the ninth grade students must consider with the help of Mr. Schmidt. Administering and interpreting the testing programs are also delegated to him.
A Bachelor of Arts degree from Macalester College and a Master of Arts degree from the University of Minnesota make Mr. Schmidt well-qualified as an advisor. Six years of teaching, four at Edina-Morning-side and two at Hastings, also aid him in being an able and sympathetic counselor.
Sr. High Counselor
Remembering every senior's name is a difficult accomplishment, but Miss Jensen does it.
Being Senior High Counselor at Edina-Morningside has many phases. Miss Jensen finds that filling college application blanks is particularly time consuming. Bewildered seniors discover that after a conference with Miss Jensen, the facts of college are not quite so confusing. Her clear and concise instructions are part of each testing program. Conferences with students and parents solve individual problems. Miss Jensen is advisor for the National Honor Society.
Miss Jensen obtained a B.S. degree in English and a M.A. degree in psychology at the University of Minnesota. She then taught twelfth grade English at Austin. It was there, after working with seniors, that she decided to try counseling.
Mr. Schmidt's pride and joy.
-83-MR. WILLIAM L SIMPSON
As business manager of the Edina-Morningside school system, Mr. Simpson handles business transactions and finances. Although he is not often seen by students, the multitude of checks signed by him provide teachers for every class room and equipment and books for the student body.
As the scope of the school system expands by both enrollment and the building programs, so do the duties of Mr. Simpson. The bills seem to mount up, more equipment must be ordered, and thus the bookkeeping, which is managed by Mr. Simpson, becomes more involved.
His experience enables him to straighten out the many pertinent problems which he faces. Prior to his employment at Edina-Morningside, Mr. Simpson was a banker at Northwestern National Bank.
Preparation of the hot lunch program is under the direction of Mrs. Isker. Her assistants, the cafeteria staff, assure us that lunches last through four lunch hours. Students find Mrs. Isker is a helpful consultant when planning refreshments for meetings.
Maintenance and repair of the school facilities are under the supervision of Mr. Kadlac. Aiding him are the custodians who are often called on by the students to locate a ladder or unjam a locker.
MRS. ROSE E. ISKER
MR. EDWARD J. KADLAC
G. Robinson, A. Schirmer, E. Wynn, H. Gunderson, M. Tuckey, J. Olson, G. Wind. Not pictured: E. Piere.
Taking care of the numerous ills that can affect a student during the school day, is the job of Miss Lois Robertson, our school nurse. Besides this first-aid work, she must conduct the audiometer and eye tests for the entire student body. She also checks on the seventh grade physicals and analyzes the disappearance of health census cards.
In addition to her regular duties. Miss Robertson is the co-ordinator for Y-Teens. Sprained ankles in athletics are also part of her job as she records all accidents in Edina-Morningside sports.
After graduating from the University of Minnesota, Miss Robertson was a nurse for two years at St. Cloud Junior High School. She then worked with the Visiting Nurse Association of Minneapolis. After spending four years at Richfield, she came to Edina-Morning-side where she has served for three years.
MISS LOIS E. ROBERTSON
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MISS INGRID O. MILLER
MRS. GRACE I. ANDREWS
Operating the high school's well stocked library is the time consuming job of our two librarians. Miss Ingrid Miller and Mrs. Grace Andrews.
Miss Miller, head librarian, has been locating books for confused students at Edino-Morning-side for the past seven years.
In the three years Mrs. Andrews has been at Edina-Morningside, she has also made many friends among the students who can tell that reading is her favorite hobby.
R. Frank, A. Heltner, L. Haag. H. Soetje, C. Robinson, S. Slrond.
-85-MRS. ELISABETH S. AAMODT Maker of many home makers ... teaches home economics to girls in all grades ... M.S. degree.
MRS. JOAN A. ARMSTRONG
Mixes sewing and sports ... teaches home economics to all grades .. . holds a B.S. degree.
MISS MARDONNA A. BARTHOLET
Welcomed after a leave of absence ... teacher of ninth and tenth grade social studies . .. U. of M.
MR. JOHN L. BELK
Chemistry experiments may fail, but humor won't ... handles money matters for juniors . .. B.S. degree.
MISS VIVIAN L. BERNARD
Demonstrates stunts as well as sports ... teacher of health and phy. ed. ... M.A. degree from U. of M.
MR. WARREN L BESON
Much admired football coach — is known to all as "Bes" ... physical education instructor ... U. of M.
MISS BEVERLY M. BOWERS
An example of versatility in action ... teaches phy. ed. and health ... graduated from the U. of M.
MR. ROBERT M. BOWMAN
Teaches the plain facts of plane geometry . . . received a M.A. from the U. of M.—"By what authority?"
MR. DAVID S. CARLSON
Uses scientific strategy on the golf team ... seventh and eighth grade science ... a M. of Ed. degree.
MR. JAMES D. CHAPMAN
His Navy experiences illustrate math problems for eighth grade students . . . U. of M. gave him a B.S. degree.MR. HOWARD B. CHRISTENSON
New to our department of problems —social, that is . .. obtained his M. of Ed. from the U. of M.
MISS BERYLE CHRISTESEN
Imaginative ideas for advertising any school project . .. teaches art . . . graduated from U. of M.
MR. EDWARD H. DOWNS
Boys come from his physical education classes — smiling . . . heod basketball coach ... U. of Wisconsin.
MRS. BARBARA C. DULEBOHN
Subject: English . .. students: seventh and eighth graders ... school: Michigan State . . . status: B.A.
MR. JOHN F. EHLERT
Biology a la Ehlert — with humor and casualness .. . obtained a B.S. degree from the U. of M.
MR. BUTLER R. EITEL
Incorporates talents into band formations and concerts .. . studied music at U. of Michigan.
MR. JOHN O. ENGEN
A familiar and friendly photographer . .. teaches seventh and eighth grade math . .. holds a B.A. degree.
MR. DELMAR N. FREDRICKSON
Our ambassador to Norway ... returned to teach speech and eleventh grade history . . . attended St. Olaf.
MR. LYLE M. GILBERT
Little man with a great voice .. . teaches vocal music, jr. choir, and sr. choir ... M. of Music
-87-MRS. PATRICIA A. GLASSING
A cynical sense of humor adds life to English classes .. . graduated .from Macalester with a B.A. degreo.
MISS KATHLEEN R. GORMLEY
Eighth graders painfully learn rudiments of grammar . . . graduated with a M.A. from the U. of M.
MISS PHYLLIS R. GRAEBNER
Ability in all sports . . . teaches hoollh and phy. ed. . . . graduated with A.B. and M.S. degrees.
MISS EDITH M. GRANSBERG
Finds solutions for problems of business . . . teaches typing and book-koeping .. . B.S. degree.
MR. EDWARD R. GREER
Sports enthusiast to the "nth" degree . .. teacher of advanced mathematics ... U. of Michigan.
MRS. RAUHA E. HAGEMEISTER
A sincere desire to help . . . first and second year Spanish . . . graduated from U. of Minnesota.
MR. ELMER C. HALVORSEN
Students "wrestle" with biology and science — ninth and tenth grades . . . has a B.A. degreo from St. Olaf.
MR. NILO E. HENDRICKSON
Track coach recruit from the iron range . .. teaches eighth grade social studies .. . M.A. from U. of M.
MR. ELLSWORTH W. IRONSIDE
Interrupts classes with films ... ' Audio-Visual Co-ordinator for school system .. . holds a B.E. degree.
MR. RICHARD R. HARTMAN
Knows "y" area equals length times width .. . teaches algebra and geometry ... attended U. of M.
-88-MR. WILLIAM R. JEPSON
Analyzes problems concerning weights, measures, and seniors . .. physics and science . . . B.S. degree.
MISS ALDEAN M. JEURISSEN
A newcomer to Edina-Morningside .. . teoches seventh grade social studies ond English ... B.S. degree.
MR. GENE A. JOHNSON
Studonts turn vegetarian .. . now to social studies department .. . has a B.S. degree from the U. of M.
MR. VICTOR A. KOIVUMAKI
Sense of humor aids Buzzetie advisor ... teaches eighth ond ninth grade English ... B.S. degree.
MR. WALTER R. J. KOZUB
Easy adjustment to new people and places ... teaches industrial arts ... B.S. degree from U. of M.
MR. FRANKLIN T. KRESSE
Supervisor of peanut venders and popcorn sellers ... teaches industrial arts ... has a B. of Ed. degree.
MR. DOMINIC L KREZ
Abilities in sports and science ... teaches eighth and ninth grade science ... M. of Ed. from U. of M.
MISS ARDYCE H. LAPRAY
A counselor for all secretories-to-be ... teaches typing, shorthand, and office practice .. . B.S. degree.
MISS SHIRLEY M. LAUKKA
New addition to home economics department . .. teaches jr. high classes .. . B.S. degree.
MRS. JOYCE LETVEN
Sends eighth ond ninth grade math students on frantic searches for graph paper ... attended Hamline.
89-MR. ELMER R. LUNDGREN
Always a friendly "Hi" . .. familiar to oil industrial art students and Whigrcan workers . .. B.S. degree.
MR. HARRY S. MARTIN
Professor with foreign tastes .. . teaches French I and II ... holds B.A. and M.A. degrees.
MR. BENNETT C. MELBYE
American history really becomes alive . . . teacher of history and social problems . . . B.S. degree.
MR. HOWARD W. MERRIMAN
Sports "super"-visor .. . teaches the eighth grade social studies ... received B.S. and M. of Ed. degrees.
MR. IRVIN L. NELSON
Makes driving tests almost easy .. . teaches health and gym . .. B.S. degree from the U. of Iowa.
MRS. BERTHA B. NORDELL
Seventh graders — boware of carelessness . .. seventh grade English teacher ... B.S. degree.
MR. WENDELL W. OLSON
Educates boys of all ages in the art of industry .. . graduated from the U. of M. with a B.S. degree.
MRS. MARILYN R. SANCHEZ
English with a trace of Spanish influence new in upper halls ... has B.A. and M. of Ed. degrees.
MR. RICHARD T. SCANLAN
Introduced as Caesar in Homecoming skit.. . teaches Latin I and II . .. M.A. from U. of M.
MR. DAVID M. SCHMIT
Has an "art" for painting known to seventh grade ... teaches history to eighth grade .. . B.S. degree.
-90-MISS CAROL J. SIEMS
There was "Room For One More" — to teach tenth and eleventh grade English ... graduated from U. of M.
MR. WILLIAM O. STAMM
Maker of future musicians . . . directs C band for seventh and eighth graders .. . graduated in music.
MR. ELMER W. STOLTE
Seventh grade expert with a knowledge of maps and men ... seventh grade social studies . . . B.S. degree.
MRS. THUSNELDA D. TAGGATZ
She makes learning elementary algebra simple . .. teaches ninth grade algcbro .. . holds a B.S. degree.
MISS JANET C. TEICHROW
A distaste for slang .. . ninth grade English teacher . . , attended Mam-line and received a B.A. degree.
MR. IOWAL J. THOMAS
Any questions on math? . .. teaches seventh grade mathematics . .. graduated with B.S. ond M.A. degree.
MISS ARDIS TOWLER
Interest in travel coincides with world history ... advisor to Red Cross Council .. . B.A. degree.
-91 -THE BREADTH OF YOUR PERSONALITY IS EXPANDED THROUGH PARTICIPATIONROW 1: C. Johnson, J. Mulliken, B. Engslrom, Mr. Fick, P. Clausen, S. lundgren, J. Diebold, D. Sehlin. ROW 2: I. Lundgren, S. Chaney, L Peterson, G. Albrecht, S. Frederickson, C. Andersen, N. Seidl. ROW 3: J. Windhorst, M. Sommers, M. Parrott, B. Kirk, M. Carlson, J. 8lessing, J. Rossiter, J. Thiss, J. McWethy. ROW 4: B. Buss, B. Christenson, S. Tell, J. Begg, J- Carroll, J. Engstrom, T. Moo, R. Abrohamson. NOT PICTURED: Y. Van der Leest, U. Schallus, R. Ringdal.
PAM CLAUSEN, Secretary
BOB ENGSTROM, President
STEVE LUNDGREN, Vice-President
Senior High Student Council
JOHN MULLIKEN, Treasurer
From devising regulations to imagining dance themes, the Senior High Student Council serves as co-ordinator of all student activity. Permission for all money making projects and social events is given by the social activities committee. Problems concerning faculty and students are discussed by the committee of students and teachers. The hall and building committee is responsible for the year's Lyceum programs. Incidents of student misconduct are referred to the ethics committee. Through the civil service committee, elections are held in the spring. Schedules of members are arranged so one council member will be in each homeroom.
This year, Homecoming was the first council project. Dances, such as "Sadie Hawkins," were held on Saturday nights in joint sponsorship with the P.T.A. The sale of two-cent bottles of milk in the lunch line was an improvement handled by the Student Council. The Christmas Toy Dance was sponsored as a service project.
Under the able leadership of Bob Engstrom, president; Steve Lundgren, vice-president; Pam Clausen, secretary; and John Mulliken, treasurer; and the helpful guidance of Mr. Fick, the council carried out a very successful year.
94DAVID OLSON, President
SUSAN KEIM, Vice-President
BARBARA CARLSON, Secretary
Junior High Student Council
DAVID HEY, Treasurer
Discussion is the basis upon which the Junior High Student Council operates. The council's main function is to discuss the problems which arise in the three grades of junior high school and to encourage junior high students to actively participate in their solution.
Each part of the Junior High Student Council is on a smaller scale than the senior high. Being a member of this representative body, however, is excellent training for learning responsibility, leadership, and self-government.
Through their discussions, the junior high realizes the importance of good conduct in the halls, cafe-
teria, and at pep fests. Fund raising drives and dances are sponsored by the council to boost their own treasury.
The aim of the council as expressed in the constitution is "to bring closer relationships between students, teachers, and the community." Providing leadership for fulfilling this aim are the council officers.
The executive committee this year was David Olson, president; Susan Kelm, vice-president; Barbara Carlson, secretary; and David Hey, treasurer. Providing the necessary assistance in their projects was their advisor, Mr. Ring.
ROW 1: S. Halvorson, R. Nordell, D. Hey, D. Olson, S. Kelm, B. Carlson, L. Cummiskey, J. Moe. ROW 2: G. Anderson, $. Kirk, J. McWcthy, M. Halloran, J. Paulson, L. Bolduc, S. Finkonaur. ROW 3: D. Gould, R. Brown, M. Richardson, S. Hildyord. R. Dinham, B. Anderson, L. Rutledge. ROW 4: C. Timmerman, J. Lynden, K. Gilfillan, S. Williams, B. Lund, B. Bradley, B. White. NOT PICTURED: Mr. Ring, D. Kreiser, M. Maurer, C. Parrott, S. Tat man.
-95-ROW 1: J. Gilbert, B. Hey, D. Oilman, E. HofFert, Miss Towller, N. Frederickion, L. Kidder, B. Allivato. ROW 2: A. Andreson,
C. Harris, J. Freudcnthal, H. Sawyer, B. Tatum, L. Henderson, S. Hamilton, K. Kannenberg, P. Garrison. ROW 3: G. Smith,
D. Allivato, F. Grconaglc, S. Anderson, K. Ruddy, R. Gilchrist, S. Stephens, T. Richardson. NOT PICTURED: B. Bement, J. Bradley, J. Broecker, I. Darr, M. Degaberg, T. Hanson, B. Hibbs, C. Johnson, S. Joslin, P. Kuhlman, S. Nelson, B. O'Connor, P. Patton, D. Rouzer, B. Sharpe, B. Shogren, P. Swanson.
Senior High Junior Red Cross Council
This year the Edina-Morningside Senior High Red Cross Council focused its efforts toward working for better human relations. With "service for others" as its objective, the council readily took on projects and worked through the various departments of the school. The language department undertook the sending of gift chests overseas. Recordings by the choirs and school correspondence albums assembled by various homerooms were made to promote a better understanding of our school to those abroad. An annual contribution was made to the American Red Cross
Preparation for membership drive.
Children's Fund. Watch stands and cribbage boards were made for veterans' hospitals in the local level of the program.
Nancy Frederickson served as president; Bill O'Connor, vice-president; Suzanne Joslin, secretary; and Emily HofFert, treasurer; with Miss Towler as advisor, assuming the responsibility of the council's direction.
Through the Junior Red Cross, its members found satisfaction in working together with others everywhere to achieve a common goal.
Officers make plans for service projects.
-96-Junior High Junior Red Cross Council
With the enthusiasm so typical of the junior high, the Red Cross Council reinforced the efforts of the senior high to aid others.
The stacks of gift boxes for the needy in other lands steadily grew under the leadership of the council officers: Georgeann Scoggin, president; Philip Alli-vato, vice-president; Bonnie Stephens, secretary; Kay Hamilton, treasurer; and Mrs. Taggatz, advisor. The council and its members also produced an educational chest to be sent overseas.
Active participation in home rooms was encouraged by the collecting of old playing cards for veterans' hospitals. Layettes were made by the junior high home economics classes as the girls used their talents to serve those less fortunate about them.
Representatives to the city-wide council for Junior Red Cross were Joan Paulson, Georgeann Scoggin, and Diana Abrahamson. At the meetings they commented on Edina activities and gained suggestions from other representatives of the Minneapolis area.
ROW 1: A. Holt, K. Hamilton, B. Stephen , Mrs. Taggatz, G. Scoggin, P. Allivato, M. Martin. ROW 2: T. Nordby, I. Low, N. Forsberg, C. Carlson, I. Strachauer, J. Moier, F. Jevne, 0. McVeety. ROW 3: R. Brown, J. Plotnicky, G. Strom, G. Brandow, A. Fcnger, K. Nelson, J. Paulson, C. Carson. ROW 4: J. Lindberg, B. Bieber, G. Totoll, K. Burke, D. Abrohamson, B. Egckvist, A. Evens. NOT PICTURED: G. Nichols, B. White, D. Taylor, M. Priest. P. Barth, P. Clark, P. Ederer.
Pago 1 Editors: M. S»° '
Matson, $. Hummel.
Page 2 Editors: G. Albrecht, J. Rossitor.
Page 3 Editors: M. Horn, A. Andreson.
You saw the results every other Friday, usually neat and gleaming. The Buzzette. But what you luckily didn't see was the constant, behind-the-scenes action. You didn't see the horde of advertisement-seeking students or fevered make-up editors. You didn't see the split infinitives, as did the proof reader, or the taut looks on the editors' faces as a three column head refused to print right. You saw the final product of many people and personalities working together and caught for one infinite moment in pictures and in print.
A few on the staff held jobs of respectability as well as responsibility. Possibly you saw them stride down the corridors with a note book in one pocket and a pass in the other, glancing condenscendingly at students confined to their classrooms. Even though they didn't often get by-lines, they were really the cogs that made the "Buzzette" wheels go around, for they took it upon themselves to oil the typewriters, to keep
Pag® 1 Staff: ROW 1- D. Anderion, S. Chaney. ROW 2: M. Webster, S. Joslin, K. Krause. J. Breedlove. NOT PICTURED: K. Hart.
Page 2 Staff: ROW 1: I. Pawluk, J. Blessing. ROW 2: P. Faville B. Carlstrom, N. Nichols, N. Moe, K. Huebscher.Sports Editors: F. Rogers, J. Parker.
Art Editors and Photographers: K. Kanen-berg, M. I. Short, I. Roigcrt, M. Gilbert.
Advisor and Business Editors: Mr. Koivu moki, S. Hanson, B. Allivato.
other staff members sufficiently supplied with nourishment, and to provide cars for the welcome trips to the printers. Their presence could always be seen as well as felt, and their influence could be found boldly written between the printed lines.
But there were others who spent countless extra hours pouring over clippings, counting words, racing around with camera in pursuit of a picture, arranging, writing, argueing, and tacking down dangling participial phrases. Into their hands fell the burning of the midnight oil and the tense watching of minutes quickly ticking away. They were the poor and overworked reporters.
Who are these contradictory, yet paradoxial, characters? They are that literary group who, despite many hours of dire confusion, succeeded in producing our highly esteemed school paper, The Buzzette, with the assistence of Mr. Koivumaki. They experienced to the full, both the anguish and relief — and got the biggest thrill from the finished product. They were the behind the scenes crew — The Buzzette staff.
Co-Editor: J. Joas.
Poge 3 Staff: ROW 1: J. Stukel, J. Campbell. ROW 2: D. McFar-lond, J. Paulson, S. McIntyre, M. Hill, E. Hoffert, S. Chaney. NOT PICTURED: G. Scoggin, B. Carlson, B. Hey.
Sports Staff: ROW 1: S. lundgren, B. Lawson. ROW 2: B. Bruts. NOT PICTURED: C. Champlin.Co-Editors: E. Adams, I. Swandby.
Puppies in the files, various specimens of hair displayed on the bulletin board, unread announcements, countless layouts, reams of discarded copy, and challenging notes from the Buzzette characterized our "spacious and orderly pub room."
Under these conditions the section editors scraped up copy to submit to the copy editor who cackled over the feeble attempts. The business end of our staff racked their brains for ways to raise revenue. Our suffering photographer's only contact with the outside world was through the camera eye. Production work went into the wee hours of the night as the layout editor and co-editors planned with the patient guidance of Mr. Lundgren.
This year, a progressive policy was the keynote of Whigrean endeavors. Additions were made in both senior and activities sections. An open house and field trips to Phelps Printing Company and the Leslie Paper Company also marked the year's activities.
Eventually, after many kilowatt hours, the last page was sent to the printers and another yearbook was finished — and so was the staff. But they hope they succeeded in their purpose — to provide a book that students may enjoy and use for reference and memories as long as they remember Edina-Morningside.
ROW It J. McWethy—Activities, M. Sommers—Seniors, Mr. Lundgren—Advisor, M. Swenson—Layout. ROW 2: P. Kuhlmon— Photography, J. Scott—Faculty, B. Eidsvold—Advertising, B. Cratz—Student Life, R. Cole—Subscriptions, F. Lynden—Sports, N. Frederickson—Copy, L. Kidder—Classes, G. Gustafson—Business Manager. NOT PICTURED: C. Smith—Art.
- 100-Faculty Advertising Student Life
ROW 1: C. Percy, H. Hooper, M. Anderson, J. Nelson. ROW 2. J. Carroll, J. Blessing. P. Taos, P. McMahon. NOT PICTURED: C. Kingsland, J. Christianson, G. Albrecht.
ROW 1; B. Grove, S. Chanoy, S. Gilder, R. Farrington. ROW 2: P. Garrison, J. Stratton, J. Mullikon, D- Koch, S. Joslin, K. Stoep. NOT PICTURED: B. Anderson.
ROW 1: J. Rirtgbloom, M. Stow, M. Blood, I. Lundgren. ROW 2: N. Seidl, K. Kelly. P. Clausen, J. Thiss. NOT PICTURED: B. Kirk.
- 101 -ROW 1: J. Scott, J. Joos, N. trederickson, 8. Crolz. ROW 2: M. Stow, S. Honson, M. Carlton, M. Sommort. ROW 3: L. Kidder, C. Smith, J. Matson, M. Short, S. Chaney. ROW 4: G. Gustafson, t. Lundgren, S. Lundgren, E. Adams, L. Swandby. NOT PICTURED: M. Irrizarry, M. Swenson, M. Ham, J. McWethy.
Quill and Scroll, a national honorary society for high school journalists, directs its main objective to stimulating and developing creative writing.
Students are eligible for Quill and Scroll membership if their literary efforts result in an outstanding contribution towards the publication of the school newspaper or yearbook.
A year of highly productive work was climaxed by a Quill and Scroll dinner at the Normandy Hotel where members received official recognition and their pins.
One project of the organization consisted of sending each new-coming teacher a copy of a Buzzette or Whigrean publication in order to provide an initial view of school life and activities.
Quill and Scroll
To be selected for membership in the National Honor Society is one of the highest honors a student can receive during high school. Four traditional objectives form the basis on which members are chosen — scholarship, leadership, character, and service.
Fifteen per cent of the senior class is eligible for membership before graduation. Of that percentage, five per cent are elected in their junior year.
An additional incentive for members is the scholarship program sponsored by the National Association.
Larry Swandby served during the year as president; John Mulliken, vice-president; Nancy Frederickson, secretary; and Barbara Anderson, treasurer.
ROW 1: N. Frederickson, J. Scott, J. Joas, P. Garrison, K. Lee, P. Taus. ROW 2: S. Hanson, I. Richoson, E. Towne, 8. Cratz, B Allivato, J. McCracken. ROW 3: M. Stow, M. Sommers, M. Corlson, C. Smith, 8. Kirk, M. Blood. ROW 4; 8. Anderson, E. Adams, A. Carlson, N. Seidl, S. Chaney, L. Lundgren. ROW 5: L Swandby, C. Percy, J. Nelson, K. Clarke, F. Greenagel, P. Fedders, A. Allison. ROW 6: G. Bridgeman, J. Breedlove, J. Mulliken, J. Cadwollader, J. Woodheod. D. Koch, D. Blanchard. NOT PICTURED: P. Swanson, J. Christianson, N. Moe,
- 102 -Dramatic students seek membership in the National Thespian Society as their ultimate goal.
Students are eligible for membership when they have earned a minimum of ten points through acting ability demonstrated by active participation in speech and dramatic activities.
To obtan helpful pointers on acting, Thespian members received a national dramatics magazine.
An initiation ceremony was held in the spring while members enjoyed themselves at a picnic.
The officers were John Breedlove, president; Larry Swandby, vice-president; Marilyn Carlson, secretary; and Roberta Cole, treasurer.
ROW 1j l. Swandby, J. Breedlovo, R. Cole, M. Carlton. ROW 2: K. Clarke, P. Clausen, C. Rydell, P. Taut, J. Rotsiter. ROW 3: G. Albrecht, B. Sampton, J. Bradley, S. Chaney, G. Gustation. ROW 4: S. Lundgren, P. Strong, I. Riegert, W. Gerecke, D. Koch. NOT PICTURED: D. Coveil. I Rabe, J. Blowing, P. Hagen.
Thespians - Declamation
ROW 1; P. Clausen, N. Frederickton, L. Richeson, C. Rydell, P. Taus. ROW 2: M. McLaughlin, L. Pawluk, A. Carlson, M. Carlson. ROW 3: J. Bradley, G. Albrecht, L Rotendahl, J. Wyatt, F. Greenagel. ROW 4: L. Wilton, M. Nordquist, H. Hooper,
R. Cole. ROW 5: D. Mellema, K. Clarke, W. Gerecke, C. Percy, J. Rotsiter. NOT PICTURED: P. Hagen, I. Rabe, D. Coveil, J. Robinton, J. Balfany, B. Hey, I. Parelius,
S. Robertson, J. Thiss.
Increasing support ot the declamation contest was noticeably evident in the large number of students who participated. Competition and elimination began even before the local contest.
Giving ample opportunity for participants to display individual talent, the categories included pantomime, discussion, one-act play, dramatic reading, memorized oratory, manuscript reading, original oratory, humorous reading, and extemporaneous speaking.
Out of the fifty students who entered the local contest, Edina-Morningside was represented by sixteen in the district and eight in the regional contest.
Marilyn Carlson alone was selected to enter the state declamation contest.
JUNIOR: D. Doolittle, B. Carlton, S. Kelm, G. Hupp, D. Wolkup.
ALTERNATES: C. Veith, D. Hunter, J. Balfany, L. Robe, S. Nelton.
In the locker room the girls hurriedly prepared for the one hour session of G.A.A. after school each week. With Miss Bernard as senior high advisor and Miss Graebner as advisor to the junior high, the girls participated in games such as volleyball, paddleminton, badminton, and deck tennis.
Dressed alike in white v-necked sweaters and green
and white beanies, the Pep Club members followed the yells of the active cheerleaders and flashed cards to provide enthusiastic support at our athletic activities. Leading the Pep Club were Arlene Andreson, Barbara Allivato, Jan Engle, and Cathee Nelson. Along with the cheerleaders, they succeeded in boosting Edina-Morningside spirit at all pep fests and Hornet games.
Girls’ Athletic Association
-105-- 106-French Club
The greatest obstacle to French Club was in finding a Monday when president Steve Lundgren had no conflicting activites planned.
Under Steve's leadership, the French Club acquired more interest in the French people with a little culture from Belgium included.
The "Beaux Arts Ball" held on Friday, April 13, was the biggest project and attraction of the year.
The other officers were Bonnie Kirk, Jane Rossiter, and John Windhorst, with Mr. Martin as advisor.
Beaux Arts Ball prize winners.
The sight of a meek first year Latin student being sold at an auction and carrying out every command of "superior" second year students was a common occurence during the days before the Roman Banquet called "Night of the Gods."
The Latin Club printed its own newspaper called "Fama Romona," which contained current, fictional, and Roman news — in Latin.
Officers were Rolf Oliver, Murray Warmath, Emily Hoffert, Sue Jones, and Mr. Scanlon was the advisor.
When in Rome, do at the Romans do.
The rumor of a fiesta quickly swelled the ranks of interested Sponish Club members as an authentic Spanish fiesta was held.
An exchange program sent Vicki Hakes and Judy Carlson to Mexico for the summer. Gloria de Alba and Elsa Haeflich came to Edina-Morning-side for six months in exchange.
The officers were Judy Scott, Karen Lee, Julie Thiss, and John McKen-drick. Mrs. Hagemeister served as advisor.
- 107-Senior Choir
ROW 1: P. Humboldt, S. Lund, K. Nolson, M. Messicci, J. McCracken, D. Hanson. ROW 2: J. Patton, D. McFarland, B. Stover, B. Allivato, K. Lee, C. Rydell. ROW 3: A. Andrcson, M. Ham, S. Kolstad, B. Shelton, E. Bohlander, R. Cummiskey. ROW 4: B. Cornish, J. Vinci, G. Bciber, C. Voith, K. Forde, G. Morford. ROW 5: J. Trautman, J. Burke, A. Peterson, S. Chaney, B. LaVay, S. Lindboo. ROW 6: M. Connolly, T. Nein, M. Katzman, S. Smith, V. Pennington, M. Wood, F. learn. ROW 7: L. Dahl, L. Lundgren, P. Bennett, C. Champlin, J. Christianson, P. Barker, H. Knearl. ROW 8: H. Reinhardt, T. Williams, L. Martin, B. Bagwill, S. Stevens, C. Wosterberg.
- 108-Vocal harmony?
Playing an increasingly important role in Edina-Morningside's auditorium programs and school activities was the Senior Choir under the direction of Mr.
Lyle Gilbert. Their first project was the sponsoring of the magazine subscription drive which raised over $1,000 to finance their spring tour.
Next on their busy schedule was the seventh annual Christmas concert. Countless hours were spent rehearsing for the program which the choir presented jointly with the band on December 9th.
Due to much invaluable assistance from the choir, the first musical comedy ever produced by Edina-Morningside's National Thespians proved to be a
highly successful experimental venture. Members of the choir constituted a large portion of the chorus and devoted much energy to the success of their venture.
With the coming of Spring, the members tore their noses away from the grindstone and enthusiastically diverted their attention towards planning a trip which would carry them far away from overburdening thoughts of school. At Easter the choir represented our school well when they managed to escape our busy halls again to attend the annual Lake Conference Vocal Music Festival. The year's climax was an informal spring concert in May.
PIANO: V. Gaddis, J. Enroth. ROW 1: C. Ostendorf, S. Emerson, N. Forsberg, S. Pennington, J. Flower, M. Kohner, J. Coursolle, B. Kirschner, G. Veith, M. Marks, S. Dahl, V. Carpenter, S. Blomgren, B. Lewis, J. Kingsland. ROW 2: K. Norton, M. Lykken, J. Pfafl, J. Gilruth, G. Horgreaves, S. Johnson, G. Warner, M. Olingor, J. Champlin, D. Johnson, P. Porter, K. Kirschner, B. Carlson, S. Leary. ROW 3: S. Moore, M. Albrecht, G. Peterson, A. Rossman, B. Stephens, V. Petersen, L. Barington, R. Anderson, F. Wilkinson, P. Buscher, S. Kirk. J. Wartchow, G. Hermanson, G. Lyon, K. Rushing, G. Overholt, G. Bodlund, N. Sable. ROW 4: I. Wilts, M. Stagoberg, K. Thompson, L Rutledge, J. Waniska, G. Fick, A. Wehr, C. Rothgeb, C. Peterson, R. Frank, P. lilleford, B. Schutto, B. Hutchins, J. lundgren, I. Barker, S. Townsend. NOT PICTURED: F. Jevne, A. Leek, M. Brosvick, M. Brosvick, A. Chapman, J. Schoflman, C. Vinson.
- 109-Band talcntf?) evidenced in Mickey Mouse take-off.
Philip Swanson Rasmus Ringdal Mary Ellen Franzen Barbara Grove Diane Bomsta Karen Hildyard Irene Stonslio John Windhorst Charles Miller
Judy Nichols Warren Gerccke Douglas Olson Mentor Addicks
Marlin Oppcrman Bill O'Connor Merrily Rao Harris Tom Hanson Dave Tanner
Karen Johnson Judy Scott Nancy Swanson Ross Andrusko
Douglas Kirchner Curtis Carlson Jerry Gilbert
John Engstrom Jack Williams
Bud Brisbois Jane Rossitor Sheryl Lofgren Philip Bachman Beatrice Stolte Gary Toussaint Byron Hamilton John Bolduc Rolf Peterson Dick Jacobson Dave Larson
Bob Lofelmaker Norita Seleon Karen Rudd Carolyn Bomsta Dave Holand
Mary Kinsell Deloris .Kinney Maryann Korthof
Gayle Nordby Louise Holtz
Janet McDonald Sharon Hamilton
TENOR SAXOPHONES Paul Rolain Ralph Grams Ray Paulson
Georgia Hafner Georgeann Scoggin Louis Riegort Jean Stukel
The high school building trembled as almost sixty musicians blasted forth with marches for the coming football season, and the Hornet gridiron was trampled by sixty pairs of marching feet. After half-time shows at the games, the band wound up its marching days and moved into the concert season with the Christmas Concert. Later in the year, they presented the Spring Concert held on May 8th.
Rompin', stompin' jazz beats resounded throughout the auditorium the night of the Pop Concert. Given on January 27, it was such a success that, for the first time since the high school was built, the auditorium was completely sold out.
Serving as a pep stimulator at pep fests, the band displayed unsurpassed school spirit during competitive cheering contests.
Our band's activities were not restricted only to Edina-Morningside, however. On October 29, they made a trip to Gustavus Adolphus College for the homecoming parade. In February they played for the Minnesota Music Educators' Association which met at the Radisson Hotel. Edina-Morningside was the only class "A" band which was represented there. Overflowing suitcases and high spirits foreshadowed an adventure-filled week-end as the band set out on its spring tour which took them farther away than ever before. On April 25, 26, and 27, they toured the Black Hills, giving concerts in several schools.
The enthusiasm and originality of Mr. Butler Eitel, the director, is reflected by the band in all of its shows and concerts. Through his efforts and those of the band members, the Edina-Morningside concert band is one which well deserves the recognition and honor that it has received.
Ill -ROW 1: N. Nordell, S. Olson, S. Lockwood, P. Stafford, B. Seibert, M. Walsh, S. Gerecke, K. Knight, A. Ostendorf, H. Bergo, B. Hallberg, T. Honaas, R. Scholefield, S. Struck, C. Sanders, C. Andersen. ROW 2: S. Hildyard, M. Jacobson, D. Harris, T. Dibble, C. Donotelle, I. King, J. Carlson, D. Anderson, G. Henkel, C. Haonny, J. Bartlett, R. Moe, E. lovering, S. Scherer, J. Andrews, J. Ziska, W. Robbilliard. ROW 3: L. Kimball, J. Thomson, M. Alderson, S. Goehnor, C. Bemis, J. Nylund, D. Kinney, C. Donatello, B. Eggan, B. Brum, G. Howarth, J. Kohoe, B. Benjamin, S. Nelson, J. Dahl, R. Seaman. ROW 4: G. Jorgenson, O. Wittke, K. Bridgman. NOT PICTURED: M. Hawkins, P. Sparrow, B. MacPhoil.
Through participation in the "B" band, students are prepared to take their places in the concert band in future years. Under the direction of Mr. Butler Eitel, these young musicians acquire necessary experience although the band is not primarily a performing one. Members of the band are mostly eighth through tenth graders. By spring Edina-Morningside's "B" band was
comparable to many concert bands from other high schools in Minnesota.
Seventh and eighth grade band members constitute the membership of the "C" band under the leadership of Mr. William Stamm. These students are then prepared to step into the "B" band in which they learn the more advanced musical techniques.
Seventh Grade Band
ROW 1: B. Noal, D. Pearson, R. Nordell, D. Pearson, D. Gould, P. Blood, R. Soelberg, I. Smith, C. Barker, G. Freoman, J. Stafford. ROW 2:
H. Hancer, J. Borneman, J. Falkanger, T. Packard, A. McPcak, A. Fengor, P. Garrison, K. Stien, T. Smith, M. Richardson, J. Mortensen. T. Nordby. ROW 3: P. Andrusko, T. Potts, D. Carlson, B. Boettcher, C. Dibble, H. Martin, J. Spande, C. Fiedler, L. Kane, J. Meyer, D. Huber, R. Brown, L. Law, D. Nace. ROW 4: J. Berlin, J. Mitchell. NOT PICTURED: D. LaVoy, J. Wells, D. Young, E. Olson, M. Bennett. D. McVeety,
I. Kernkel, J. Nolson, B. Olson, E. Bohlander, B. Shima.
Winter Sports Day
Queen Jody and King RayHomecoming royally.
A high pitch of excitement and tantalizing curiosity grew swiftly as the annual Homecoming celebration approached. Who would be chosen to reign from the velvet throne? Would we succeed in winning our most crucial game?
The job of patiently organizing Homecoming was delegated to Bonnie Kirk and Dick Koch. Coronation rehearsals presented the usual headaches as committee chairmen worked feverishly to convince the king candidates of the seriousness of the occasion. But somehow the final performance captured the hushed suspense and strained anticipation of a perfect coronation ceremony. Tom Kelly seemed to forget his little kick while walking down the aisle, and crownbearer Bill Adams marched all alone up the dark aisle and nearly succeeded in stealing the spotlight. Silence permeated the auditorium but was quickly broken by applause as Jody Blessing and Ray Abrahamson were proclaimed the royal couple.
"Sting 'Em Alive in '55" was the Homecoming slogan which Edina-Morningside fulfilled by defeating Robbins-dale. Homecoming 1955 was brought to a memorable close with a dance after the game. At twelve fifteen o'clock sophomores left, thrilled with their first Homecoming dance, juniors with abundant ideas for next year, seniors pensively reflecting on their last high school Homecoming, and alumni thoughtfully reviewing many wonderful friends and memories.
i. Die bold, J. Blowing.
K. Huebscher, T. Kelly.
$. V eWh, T. Moe
S. Gilder, R. Abrahonuon.
-117-Hi -Y Forma
The "Reindeer Romp" with all the sparkle and pep that the name implies provided a welcome relief from tedious hours of school. An unusual twist in publicity was evident on every wall, window, and ceiling. Another irregularity was the transformation of the "reindeer rompers" into dreamy dancers by the music of Hugh Gardinas. Although Karen Huebscher had tripped Steve Lundgren as they came appropriately romping to the dance, there were no hard feelings when he gave her roses as the new Hi-Y sweetheart.
-118-Winter Sports Day
Parading down the halls in apparel well suited for outdoor sports, students again cheerfully welcomed Winter Sports Day.
First event was the dignified crowning of Queen Julie Joas and King Mike McCormick on a cold ice throne. The royal couple soon viewed skiers dodging people and trees on a nearby slope, saw flying saucer enthusiasts following with faces full of snow, and watched spectacular broom hockey games where participants struggled wildly with scant remains of brooms.
A royal feast in the cafeteria was followed by entertaining indoor-sports experts who demonstrated "bop" in the activities room.
A Parisian street scene . . . sidewalk cafes offset by a background of chorus girls and pink champagne ... a soft green garden of lovely flowers and shrubbery encircling a sparkling fountain . . . a silhouetted Eiffel Tower.
The swirling formals and white suitcoats lent a final touch to the Parisian atmosphere of the 1955 Junior-Senior Prom. Sally Chaney and Larry Swandby, co-chairmen of the dance, chose the Calhoun Beach Club with its lake view and picturesque balcony as the setting for a most unforgettable "Evening in Paris."
"An Evening in Paris.'
Photographed by Dick Polen
Commencement - 1955
The suffocating heat which enveloped the audience greatly added to the expectant and nervous excitement of graduating seniors on their memorable evening of commencement. Following the address given by Dr. Walter Cook, excited seniors found themselves walking the gangplank into the EMHS Ship of Good Hope at the sophomore reception where they were wished a "Bon Voyage!"
Busses hired especially for the long journey transported the seniors to the Concord School where they found a tropical paradise of Hawaii awaiting them with a background of palm trees, parrots, leis, and pink-ice punch bowls surrounded by flowers.
Breakfast at the Interlachen Club found many weary seniors dozing on couches — their final resting place as students of Edina-Morningside.
Upon awakening they found the end was over and a new beginning had taken its place. Thoughts of the past took their rightful place as significant memories, while dreams of the future became immediate
The end of the boginning.
The coveted graduation price." just got this finished!'
The weeks of preparation for Edina-Morningside's first musical, "Of Thee I Sing," found the school in a turmoil. The halls were filled with political posters, "Wintergreen for President," and "Put Love in the White House," while campaign speeches and songs could be heard in the distance. The entire student body anxiously waited to cast their votes while witnessing the performance held on March 1st and 3rd.
New talent was revealed in this production which included not only actors, but also songsters which our school had been secretly harboring. The French ambassador was even accused of being professional. Behind-the-scenes action found members of the cast in "baby buggies," while others found delight in the "pickles," which were continually disappearing.
These difficulties seemed to straighten out, however, before the big day arrived and the performance found "Wintergreen" elected president and "Of Thee I Sing" a tremendous success.
Francis X. Gilhooley ........ Herb Reinhardt
Louis Lippman ........... Larry Swandby
Mathew Arnold Fultin....... Mike Connelly
Senator Carver Jones Warren Gerecke
Senator Robert E. Lyons...................Fred Rogers
Alexander Throttlebottom ... Steve Lundgren
John P. Wintergreen............: . . Dick Koch
Mary Turner .'...........Marlene Olson
Diana Devereaux.............. Carol Krause
Chairman of the Judges .... Jerry Cunniff
Sam Jenkins .......... . John Breedlove
Miss Benson.............. Linda Lundgren
Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court . Jerry Cunniff
White House Guide ........ Gene Finkenhauer
The French Ambassador ... Bill Hibbs Senate Clerk Keith Johnson
The Senator from
Massachusetts ..............Brian Lawson
- 122-Senior Class Play
Modern and progressive became the theme for the senior class play as Edina-Morningside attempted a theatre-in-the-round production for the first time.
Creating confusion and disorder at first were the four exits replacing the usual two. Steve Lundgren was frequently seen retreating through the wrong door while Sally Chaney found herself anxiously awaiting the final curtain which never fell.
The plot concerned the impetuous lover, Larry Swandby, who wooed the shy heroine, Barbara Sampson, for both her love and her money.
The props committee became desperate in their search for antique Victorian furniture and for them, the dates of April 25 through 28 came all too soon.
"Catherine, go to Europe. Go fo Europe with your father
The initiative and effort of the senior class was rewarded by a large turnout for four successful performances.
Will you turn your head, Aunt Penniman?'
Maria . . . .
Dr. Austin Sloper Lavinia Penniman Catherine Sloper Elizabeth Almond Arthur Townsend Maria Almond Morris Townsend Mrs. Montgomery
Arlene Carlson Steve Lundgren Sally Chaney Barb Sampson Jill Bradley Dave Larson Pat Taus Larry Swandby Pat Barker
- 123Junior Class Play
"Mother, look at hlml He's all swelled upf
The entire junior class combined efforts to successfully capture the audience in their gayly sentimental comedy, "Room For One More." Excited whispers ran backstage as the actors questioned whether the entranced rows of listeners had been actually moved to tears.
Marilyn Carlson smoothly assumed the role of a wisely sympathetic and understanding mother while Nancy Stephens as Janey, and Gene Finkenauer as Jimmy John, proved that even delinquents could get into the act. Linda Lundgren, in her role as the "rescued lady" with two lines, succeeded in capturing the true essence of heroism.
Miss Siems, the faculty director, became fully aware of the fine potential of the junior class, for even before the play was over, she had become an expert in handling a motorcycle.
The evenings of November 18th and 19th came too quickly and climaxed both strenuous efforts and an extra amount of fun.
Come on. Let's
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Mr. Rose Jimmy John Janey Betty Teensie Miss Winston George Trot .
Marilyn Carlson Pat Hagen Gene Finkenhauer Nancy Stevens Linda Stark Debbie Coveil Irene Rabe Jim Hinchcliffe Sandy Barnes
The beautiful sunny April weather of Edina was sharply contrasted with bleak wintry scenes behind the Iron Curtain as Reverend Youngdahl showed his slides on Russia for Edina-Morningsides' sixth annual International Day.
Contrasting ideas were presented side by side as university students from the Middle East expressed their viewpoints. Bewildered high school students carefully attempted to discern basic problems as individuals from such countries as Egypt, Israel, Pakistan, and India gave their opinions.
The theme of racial brotherhood was demonstrated by the film "Green Pastures"'during the afternoon. Students departed understanding more fully the possibilities for future peace between the various peoples of the world.
ROW Is B. Welch, J. Windhorst, Miss Bartholet, D. Campbell. ROW 2: Lundquist, S. Frederickson, J. Bauercnfcind, D. Mellema. ROW 3: C. Miller, C. Burton, B. Bruss, T. Jisser.
Arriving at Southwest High School partially suffocated and crushed in the two small buses provided for the 110 delegates, Edina-Morningside students experienced their first trip to another school for the annual Youth Conference.
Speakers and discussion groups directed their ideas to the theme "The Forward Look." An eagerly awaited banquet followed, and the conference was brought to a close with a dynamic address by Reverend C. Evenson. The delegates left inspired and pledged to a "forward look."
Or. Youngdahl welcomed by student body president.
Seminar leader explains tensions ol Arab World.
World Affairs Club
Beginning with only six members and growing to twenty-four, the newly organized World Affairs Club awakened interests in world affairs.
Their many excellent programs were open to the entire student body. The club was fortunate in procuring the British Consul and Dr. Youngdahl, who was the main speaker for International Day.
The club also provided opportunities for entering the Minneapolis Star and Tribune contests.
Champion driver about to cause a collision.
- 125-Hi-Y Cabinet
Fostering enthusiasm and cooperation was the main purpose of the Hi-Y cabinet as it planned activities and aided the individual clubs in solving any problems of group attendance and conduct.
A particularly interesting speaker obtained by the cabinet for an all-school meeting was the former secretary of the world-wide Y.M.C.A. organization, Mr. Wayne Hanson, who spoke on world affairs.
The cabinet supervised the selling of Y-Men's Christmas tree tickets which proved to be a valuable money-making project.
Serving as dedicated committees, the clubs planned a successful Christmas Formal under the leadership of the cabinet.
J. Stratton, secretary; S. Lundgren, president; J. Mulliken, treasurer; D. Koch, vice-president; B. Engstrom, chaplain.
ROW 1: M. Cooper, C. Champlin, D. Sehlin, Mr. Thomas, B. Eidsvold, J. Windhorst, R. Rognas. ROW 2: J. Goohner, J. Emerson, B. Robinson, D. Myers, C. Tracy, P. Bachman, T. Todd. ROW 3: M. Thompson, D. Grof, C. Dinham, R. McVcety, B. Quollo, D. Wigen, D. Blanchard. ROW 4: D. Bryant, R. Warren, J. Woodhead, B. Sharpe, T. Crocker, J. Hinchcliffe, J. Thompson.
Auctor has the distinction of being the wealthiest Hi-Y club through both projects and last year's treasury.
However, they devoured much of their funds to good advantage by having joint boy-girl parties and by entertaining themselves with an exclusively boys' swimming party at the Y.M.C.A.
Credit for the widespread publicity on the Christmas Formal is attributed to the members of Auctor. Lively posters could be found in the most unexpected corners; yet they still fulfilled their purpose.
ROW 1: G. Robinson, F. Rogers, J. Mulliken, Mr. Carlson, S. lundgren, D. Koch,
B. Hibbs. ROW 2: M. Barker, J. Breedlove, J. Wozniak, B. Holland, R. lee, P. Smith,
C. Johnson. ROW 3: J. Williams, A. Allison, J. Wyard, T. Brown, G. Williams, B. Hyde, T. Dodge. ROW 4: S. Larson, R. Rice, R. Oliver, P. Russell, E. Stafford, T. Moe, P. Strong.
With its membership at an all-time high this year, Dei Gratia found plenty of salesmen for constant donut sales, this being their one source of income.
Highlighting a planned series of speakers was a law enforcement officer who discussed the problem of juvenile delinquency from his standpoint.
An international theme stole the spotlight on Dei Gratia's service projects as they contributed to both the A.F.S. Program and the Y.M.C.A. World Service Project.
The persuasive powers of Regis members were soon recognized when the club sold the largest number of Christmas tree tickets. They also undertook enthusias-sically the selling of numerous tickets for the Christmas formal.
Helping a needy family and contributing to the A.F.S. Program and the Y.M.C.A. World Service Project gave Regis a chance to serve others.
Programs for the year were planned on an international level as foreigners and world travelers were invited to speak on their observations and opinions.
Tardiness and missed meetings rapidly became money-making ventures as Rohn's treasury grew through a strict fining system.
Program highlights of the year were comments by the Rev. Vernon E. Johnson, president of the Minneapolis Council of Churches, and a ping-pong tournament in which all members participated.
Rhon is the organization to be credited, or discredited, with providing the theme for the Hi-Y formal. "The Reindeer Romp" was the lively name around which the boys planned decoration.
Budding scientific genius was soon discovered and developed in Tri-Alpha's future chemists and mathematicians. Films on electrolysis and the eclipse of the sun were among the projects designed to promote the scientific capabilities of the members.
Viewpoints on education were strongly expressed through a discussion led by foreign student, Rasmus Ringdahl.
Social activities held a prominent position as Tri-Alpha sponsored a swimming party, basketball games, and a joint toboggan party.
ROW 1: T. Young, F. Lyndon, J. Porker, Mr. Down , J. Reimers, P. Fodder , J. Carroll. ROW 2: B. Welch, R. Bcrglund, B. Shogren, R. Kimmerle, L. Johnton, J. Burrit, B. Nichol . ROW 3: M. Kuntx, J. Harlzell, W. Gilchrist, C. Burton, P. May, K. Day, B. Bru» . ROW 4: S. Cri t, J. Stratton, S. Hughes, J. Neville, D. Kirchner, J. Eng trom.
ROW 1: W. Peterson, B. Christianson, J. Diebold, Mr. Hendrickson, G. Gustafson, L. Swandby, B. Rose, B. Bagwill. ROW 2: D. Breedlove, J. Cooper, B. Steinweg, T. Kern, D. Olson, B. Orwoll, B. Atwood. ROW 3: J. Vail, J. Henjum, G. Finkenaur, J. Pontius, T. Garrison, L. Smith, P. Benson. ROW 4: L. Martin, D. Sarles, D. Jacobson, D. Acton, T. Bolduc, J. Moe, R. Abrahamson.
ROW 1: B. Engstrom, J. Richards, B. Beach, Mr. Beson, J. Cadwallader, C. Engel, D. Ward. ROW 2: W. Sirene, K. Carlson, D. Rouzer, E. Schultz, G. Kloek, T. Hanson, J. Freudenthol. ROW 3: M. Parrott, C. Swanson, J. Karalis, J. Strecker, J. Broeker, T. Wilson. ROW 4: C. Krueger, L. Berglund, R. Myers, L. Dahl, T. Buss.
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Peppy cheers and football pennants sparked the first Y-Teen meeting. Next, the cabinet devised a similar theme for each month's all-school meeting.
Money making headaches were solved when the cabinet undertook the selling of jellies. Although more headaches were suffered during the project, Edina-Morn-ingside topped all Minneapolis schools, selling over 1,200 boxes.
At the city-wide International Fair, Edina-Morningside represented Japan by selling imports and serving Suki-Aki. Y-Teens also contributed to the World Fellowship Fund, the A.F.S. program, and the Red Cross.
ROW 1: B. Cra»z; N. Soidl, I.C.C. representative; J. This , vice-president; Miss Robertson, advisor; J. McWethy, president; E. Adams, treasurer; L Lundgron, secretary. ROW 2: S. Frederickson; J. Joas; M. Stow; I. Richoson, L. Mullikcn; K. Hueb-scher; S. Hummel. NOT PICTURED: S. McIntyre; K. Ellingson.
ROW 1; D. Hunter, E. Hoffert, M. Andorson, J. Joas, J. Ringbloom, C. Falkenger, S. Jurish. ROW 2: K. Andorson, J. Englchart, K. lee, J. Stukel, S. Poterson, S. Kolstad, I. Pawluk, E. Towne. ROW 3: J. Word. J. McWethy, K. Nelson. K. Rockstod, N. Rue, K. Kannenberg, J. Thiss, J. Gibbish. ROW 4: M. Katzman, M. Pearson, G. Beibor, S. Gaddis, M. Knutson, K. Kusserow, G. Carlstrom, M. Short.
Ixions' interest was modern dance and so they had a demonstration. When emphasis was directed to graceful and rhythmic movement, several members were proclaimed hopeless prospects.
By viewing rumor clinic films, members saw how rumors are spread and distorted.
A Thanksgiving basket was sent to a needy family with food collected through a spirited scavenger hunt.
Juvenile delinquency took the spotlight as Y-Teens saw the problems through the eyes of a policewoman.
ROW 1: B. Anderson, S. Bode, S. McIntyre, P. Phillip , S. Frederickson, P. Johnson. ROW 2: G. Green, T. Bell, J. Hackborn, P. Rocksted, N. Moe, P. Favillo. ROW 3: S. Prescott, S. Strong, K. Schwarzkopf, S. Hewitt, C. Andersen, D. Holmes. ROW 4: R. Pearson, C. Krause, J. Laurel, S. Stevens, B. Grover.
When Les Femmes departed from an orphanage after giving a party, the the children tearfully said good-bye, ond the club instantly agreed on returning at Easter to give another party for the children.
By having Mrs. Mildred Rosaker from a travel agency speak and show films of Europe, Les Femmes provided one of the most interesting all-school meetings.
The interests of the club were well defined in their choice of programs which included joint meetings and speakers on dating and hair styling.
The loss of a piano, and thus a band, did not dampen the success of the annual Christmas tea sponsored by Phi Epsilon. Each club selected a model for the tea who displayed her favorite outfit, including one wedding gown.
Free haircuts highlighted a meeting when the girls witnessed a demonstration on the hints of hair fashions by a local hair stylist.
As their service projects, Phi Epsilon provided clothing for an underprivileged eight year old girl during the year and sponsored an eighth grade party.
Selling jellies seemed to be a special problem for Quatre Raisons when they found they had 40 boxes unaccounted for and so developed a substantial deficit in their treasury.
Their streak of bad luck continued when their already publicized sleigh ride had to be cancelled due to a conflicting
To make up for lost time, the girls energetically sponsored cakes sales which financed both an Easter party for children confined in a hospital and also a joint meeting with a Washburn Hi-Y club.
RHO DELTA THETA
During Christmas, Rho Delta Theta planned an excursion to an old men's home. Due to an unforseen inadequacy of transportation facilities, they did not arrive until the men's bedtime. The men were, however, lulled to sleep by carols and the girls returned to a foreign pot-luck of pizza, spaghetti, and French bread.
A skating party merited much interest as did a tour of the University of Minnesota campus following a talk on dating by some fraternity boys.
Slides of Europe and a hair stylist rounded out the year's program.
ROW 1: N. Seidl, P. Anderton, K. Huebscher, M. Webtter, M. Thacker, R. Grow, E. Hunt. ROW 2: S. Seim, J. Thievoldt, J. Carbon, S. Princell, C. Horrit, J. McDonald, B. Stover, E. Bohlonder. ROW 3: E. Sugden, I. lovre, M. Carlton, S. Holter, A. Piere, N. Nicollt. ROW 4: S. Anderson, G. Burnt, M. Carlton, D. Anderson, K. Toring, S. Nelton, M. Warren.
ROW 1: L. Kidder, D. Kinney, J. Engle, S. Jonet, B. Cratz, B. Bement, J. Oilman, P. Turner. ROW 2: P. Patton, M. Nelton, J. Schaub, A, Nordeen, C. Either, J. Bouern-fiond, J. Motion, B. Cornish. ROW 3: L. Hcnderton, M. Messicci, V. Benton, K. Hort, P. Chamberlain, J. Fround, M. Lewcdag, M. McLaughlin. ROW 4: J. Hampton, S. Dermedy, E. Benjamin, J. Beale, J. Dohline, A. Nordquitf, J. Nelton.
ROW 1: N. Swanson, A. Berlin, M. Sommers, N. Frederickton, S. Hummel, I. Mulli-ken, M. Vilett, S. Parelious. ROW 2: J. Coppt, L. Robertton, K. Martin, B. Kirk, L. Akins, C. Smith, S. Krizan. ROW 3: C. Neary, S. Homilton, R. Farrington, C. Stevens, L Wilson, M. Potts, J. Herrmann, M. Van Wagenen. ROW 4: I. Robe, K. Forrest. J. Christianson, I. Stark, J. Anderson, J. Wyatt, C. Kingsland, V. Hakes.
- 129-ROW 1: M. Zipoy, S. Buckbee, J. Rossiter, K. Ellingson, S. Hanson, K. Holman, J. Balfany. ROW 2: D. Davis, C. Rydell, K. Rawitzer, A. Andreson, J. Klarquist, M. Blood, C. Johnson. ROW 3: B. Tatum, P. Smith, C. Covcll, J. Swanson, G. Brandt, J. Swant, N. Anderson. ROW 4: M. Swenson, S. lindboe, B. laVay, I. Vilett, B. Hyde, M. Kinzey, S. Joslin.
ROW 1: M. Gagnon, J. McKown, M. Alderson, L. Rosendahl, L. Richeson, U. Schallus, H. Hooper, M. Carlson. ROW 2: J. Swans, J. Norris, J. Campbell, R. Mclennen, M. Wahl, J. Beseth, M. Olson, M. Hyde, I. Peterson. ROW 3: E. Spande, K. Porterfield, B. Rothgeb, D. North, J. Wozniak, D. Russell, J. Ostman, S. Robinson, J. Sonnesyn. ROW 4: E. Comeron, G. Carlson, S. Schunemen, J. Troutman, K. Ruud, B. Stewort, A. Hunter, I. Lundgron.
ROW 2: B. Jordan, P. Clausen, B. Pence, S. Lewis, K. Strachauer, G. Gustafson, B. Grove. ROW 3: M. Huser, L. Nebelthau, E. Blake, R. Cardarelle, I. Dorr, P. McMahon. ROW 4: C. Wronski, D. Dale, M. Hill, B. Glezen, E. Adams, S. Barnes, K. Ruddy.
SIGMA ETA ALPHA
The "Ski Jump" open house was sponsored by Sigma Eta Alpha as a welcome diversion after the Robbinsdale basketball game. The "rock and roll" songs played by Mulliken's band stirred up lively card games around the floor as well as some group singing.
Programs, though not unusual, were nevertheless interesting to the club members and included a hair stylist and a joint meeting with Washburn.
An Easter party, a Thanksgiving basket, and Christmas carols comprised the club's service activities.
"Foo-Ching-Ching" became the official password for Tamis club members as they ardently planned their chow mein dinner which was given for the entire community.
During one meeting a panel of university boys attempted to reveal the secrets of dating to the club. A hair stylist and a joint meeting were also featured on the year's program.
More serious subjects included a minority group panel and a talk by a religious leader. Caroling and filling a Thanksgiving basket demonstrated good will being applied.
TRI UPSILON SIGMA
Tri U triumphed in their contest with Ixions when they sold over 200 boxes of jellies. Their reward was royal entertainment at a skating party given by the loser, Ixions.
Parkview Hospital was the scene of a Tri U service project when the club delivered a Thanksgiving fruit basket for the aged there.
During a demonstration on the wrapping of Christmas presents, rowdy sophomores were kept in order by the stern and serious reprimands of Yoca Van der Leest, acting as sergeant at arms.
-130-ROW 1: J. Reimers, M. Cooper, B. Britboii, C. Dinhom, Mr. Beson, D. Sehlin, C. Chomplin, B. Steinwcg, J. Cooper, D. Blonchord. ROW 2: B. Nichols, T. Richardson, 0. Bryant, R. Myers, J. Hinchdiffe, R. Rice, D. Noiberger, T. King, S. Larson, J. Carroll. ROW 3: T. Nien, D. Ward, D. Torrance, D. Graf, S. Walsey, F. Learn, M. MacPhearson, D. Nolle, W. Sirene, B. Shogren, T.
Halloran. ROW 4: B. Atwood, M. Parrott, F. Ashenbrenner, T. Young, T. Garrison, T. Dodge, G. Dale, J. Hartxell, J. Thompson,
F. Rogers, B. Lawson, J. Mulliken. ROW 5: J. Begg, T. Moe, D. Johnson, J. Strecker, B. Engstrom, T. Doman, S. Tell, L. Dahl,
L. Berglund, T. Crocker, D. Parsons, J. Moe, S. Lundgren. ROW 6: J. Woodhead, D. Paskett, P. Kuhlman, B. Hibbs, L Ryan,
T. Kelly, L. Johnson, M. Thompson, B. Strout, T. Buss, J. Cadwallader.
Hours of grueling work on a hard practice field or a long track typified the very existence of an E-Club member during monotonous weeks of practice. The finished result, however, satisfied even the most exacting participant as Edina-Morningside's teams won honors for themselves and their school.
Discouraging days and disappointments were quickly forgotten as each athlete received a letter symbolizing his outstanding participation. These lettermen were given the responsibility of maintaining a high athletic standard for the school and a standard of sportsmanship for the individual.
The enthusiasm and persuasiveness with which E-Club members pinned Winter Sports Day buttons on the student body netted a return in school spirit as well as in money. Rivalry between the teachers and students came to a climax during the spirited student-faculty basketball ond baseball games.
Neat notices on the bulletin board bore the signature "X" of Charles Champlin, secretary. Dave Sehlin presided over orderly meetings with the help of Jay Diebold, and Ray Abrahamson carefully kept one eye on the rises and dips of the treasury. Mr. Beson served as faculty advisor.
- 131 -ROW It T. Douglas, R. Purdy, M. Carlson, E. Nelson, P. Johnson, J. Klorquist. ROW 2: B. Bodlund, D. North, S. Hyre, J. Woodward, S. McKendrick, K. Kelly, B. Jordan. ROW 3: S. Lund, P. Garrison, J. Ostman, G. Brandt, A. Piere, P. Rosenow.
Cheerfully giving up their study hall each day, the office helpers were vital in running an effective office.
Their duties began with attempts at accounting for absentees and the recording of various and sundry reasons for missed days of school. The students could often be found busily typing and mimeographing papers of all types. Anxious soliciting among the faculty for needed substitutes was another pastime reserved for the office helpers.
Students would have been at a loss if it had not been for the efficient helpers who delivered urgent messages, stray lunches, and forgotten gym suits at all hours of the day.
ROW 1: L. Andrew , J. Richardion, S. Tomlinjon, J. Lewi . ROW 2: $. Moore, M. Connoly, T. Hale, J. Harte, J. Graf, K. lindemann
Fast becoming experts on the Dewey decimal system are a group of ten students who assist the librarians in multiple routine tasks of managing a library.
Even with the self-service check-out system, the library helpers are kept busy checking on students who forget the length of two weeks and the fact that fiction books are not to be found mixed with science and art.
Finding their task interesting and often amusing, the library helpers willingly donate their time and services.
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Confused scheduling and late deliveries of films were only two of the many questions handled by the audio-visual aids.
Their job also included running the projectors for the many films shown during the school day.
Virtues of patience and responsibility were quickly learned by the boys as irate students commented, "focus the picture!" at all opportunities. The ordering of films and tapes on varied subjects was also part of the responsibilities delegated by Mr. Ironsides to the audio-visual assistants.
Outside time was often donated by the boys who ran the projectors for various Community organizations. Mr. ronsido, E. Stafford, R. Warren, R. Gage, W. Gerecke, R. Vork, B. Beach, S. Criit,
ROW 1: I. Wilton, J. Trautman, Mr. Kresse, Mr. Olton , J. Patton, G. Dale. ROW 2: M. Stuppy, B. Rawitzer, M. Jacobson, R. Trautman, J. Dahl, W. Roscoe, D. Finney. ROW 3: M. Gleeson, R. Brown, D. Davit, M. Mahowald, J. Nogglo, M. Vrooman. ROW 4: D. Dickens, J. Wozniak, D. Russell, A. Brye, P. Clark, C Corchran.
Hot coffee and fresh popcorn were some of the concessions sold by club members during the cold evenings at football games. Spectators were very receptive, owing partly to minor hunger pains produced from vigorous cheering, and partly to the enthusiasm of the junior class who were the salesmen.
During the games, club members worked down in the concessions room slaving over the hot popcorn popper. All was not tedium, however, for much amusement was found as well as an abundant supply of free refreshments.
- 136-ROW 1: Coach Boon, 0. Bryanl, S. Lundgren, B. Strout, L. Berglund, J. HinchdifU, M. Cooper, T. King, B. Hibb», J. Begg, D. Neibergor, Asit. Coach Downs. ROW 2: F. Greonogle, F. Ashenbrenner, J. Reimers, R. McVeety, B. Nichols, B. Shogren, D. Johnson, J. Dicbold, D. Blanchard, T. Richardson, J. Cooper, R. Rice, R. Myers. ROW 3: B. Atwood, M. Parrott, D. Ward, D. Torrance. D. Graf, T. Young, B. Brisbois, R. Gilchrist, F. Learn, D. Sehlin, C. Champlin, J. Streckor, T. Kelly. ROW 4: R. Abrahamson, L. Thoresen, S. Tanner, J. Carroll, T. Buss, I. Ryan, T. Crocker, J. Moe, T. Moe, L. Johnson, J. Cadwollader, B. Sharpe.
Second in the state! First in the Lake Conference! These were the honors conferred on Coach Warren Beson's Hornets as they swept to an undefeated, untied season. Co-captains Tom Moe and Tom Kelly led the Green and White to eight straight conference victories and one of the most successful seasons in the school's history.
Tom Moe was named All-State End and also chosen All-American End by Scholastic Magazine to climax three seasons of outstanding play. Heralded by Coach Beson as the finest lineman he has ever coached, Tom Moe, a great team player and competitor, has much of which to be proud. Everyone agreed that there was no one more deserving of this honor. Also awarded All-Conference for their exceptional play were Larry Johnson, Dave Sehlin, Charles Champlin, Tom Moe, Bill Hibbs, Jay Diebold, and Tom Kelly.
At the annual football banquet, Duane Blanchard was awarded the Academic-Athletic Scholarship, and John Cooper, starting guard on this year's team, was elected captain of the 1956 Hornets.
LAKE CONFERENCE STANDINGS
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE W 7 L 0
Robbinsdale 6 1
St. Louis Park 3 3
Hopkins 3 3
Richfield .. 3 4
Wayzata 2 5
Minnetonka 2 5
Mound .... 1 6Co-coplain T. Moe, end
D. Johnson, tackle
F. Learn, guard
J. Diebold, center
C. Champlin, guard
D. Ward, back
M. Cooper, tackle
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 40-BLOOMINGTON 0
Showing power both on the ground and through the air, the Hornets trounced Bloomington, 40-0, in the season's opener. Dave Sehlin threw two TD aerials with Tom Kelly and Tom Moe on the receiving ends. King, Hibbs, Blanchard, and Kelly added touchdown runs of 40, 15, 25, and 55 yards respectively. Late in the fourth quarter, a safety occurred when a Bloomington punt was blocked by Bob Ettner. Leroy Ryan kicked two one-pointers.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 37-WAYZATA 13
Adding another victory to their string of four, Edina-Morningside defeated Wayzata 37-13 at Edina. The game was highlighted by a 91-yard run by Dave Sehlin, preceded by TD runs of 2 and 61 by the star left halfback. Fullbacks Bill Hibbs and Duane Blanchard each scored a touchdown to add to the mounting score. Tackle John Cad-wallader blocked a punt and recovered it in the end zone for the remaining Hornet tally, and "Red" Ryan added three more points.
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R. Abrahamion, tackle
Co-captain T. Kelly, back
D. Blanchard, back
I. Johnion, back
B. Hibbi, back
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 29 —MOUND 7
The Green and White kept on the winning track by dumping a speedy Mound eleven, 29-7. The Hornets combined power with speed in piling up an early lead, and a staunch Edina-Morningside defense bottled up the "ponybacks" from Mound throughout the game. The Hornet offensive attack was headed by Sehlin with two touchdowns. He was ably backed by King and Johnson, who scored one each. The educated toe of Leroy Ryan kicked three conversions for the Besonites.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 20-HOPKINS 7
Edina-Morningside met stiff competition when they tangled with Hopkins, powerful 1954 Lake Conference champs, but managed to salvage a 20-7 victory on the losers' field. Bill Hibbs started the Hornets off by ramming over from the two. Minutes later, Dave Sehlin scored from the one, but an intercepted pass by Charles DuCharme yielded a 77-yard TD run to narrow the score to 13-7. However, Tom Kelly spirited 8 yards for the clincher and final tally of the game.
139T. King, bock S. Lundgren, guard
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 21 — ROBBINSDALE 0
With first place in the Lake Conference at stake, the Hornets tripped Robbinsdale 21-0 in the annual Homecoming classic at Edina-Morningside. The Besonites jumped off to a 14-0 lead in the first half on counters by Dave Sehlin and Tom Kelly. Tom Moe grabbed a Larry Johnson pass in the third quarter for the other tally. The Hornet defense was strong and unyielding throughout the game as the Robbins were "stung alive in '55."
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 54-MINNETONKA 0
Showing an outburst of scoring power, the Hornets crushed Minnetonka, 54-0, behind eight touchdowns. Edina-Morningside scoring was headed by Dave Sehlin's two tallies, backed up by single counters by Tom Moe, Bill Hibbs, Tom King, Ray Abrahamson, Mike Cooper, and Steve Tanner. Tanner, Edina-Morningside sophomore, produced the thriller of the night with his 70-yard runback of an intercepted pass. Leroy Ryan kicked six extra points to complete the scoring.
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I. Thorejen, tackle
J. Strccker, guard I. Ryan, end
B. Strout, back T. Young, back
Little Don meets his Goliath
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 28-ST. LOUIS PARK 0
Sweeping to the Lake Conference title, Edina-Morningside closed an undefeated season by defeating St. Louis Park 28-0. The starting senior backfield, consisting of Bill Hibbs, Tom Kelly, Larry Johnson, and Dave Sehlin, bowed out —- each with a TD. Sehlin scored on a 77-yard run from scrimmage. Leading 21-0 at halftime, Edina-Morningside dominated the game with sharp blocking and a telling defense. Leroy Ryan, also a senior, kicked all four conversions.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 34-RICHFIELD 6
The Hornets, sparked by fullback Bill Hibbs, defeated a much improved Richfield eleven, 34-6. Hibbs, who scored three TD's, finished off his scoring spree with a 77-yard gallop up the middle. Tom Moe and John Reimers teamed to block a punt, setting up a score by Tom Kelly. Moe tallied on a 25-yard pass from Larry Johnson, adding to the decisive victory over the Lake Conference newcomers who will undoubtedly prove rough competitors in the future.
-141 -ROW 1: D. Connor, P. Smith, 0. Schwartz, E. Schultz, A. Malitow, C. Adami, M. Wormoth Jr., B. Moo, L. Martin, J. Hanton. ROW 2: Cooch Lundgren, L. Smith, J. Ringbloom, M. Ambrose, W. Roscoe, J. lytle, J. Gilbert, E. Finkenaur, B. Nordoll, K. Carlson, T. Faust. ROW 3: M. Barker, 0. Johnson, J. Burris, B. Christenson, R. Krieser, B. Hicks, C. Johnson, T. Nichols, R. Oliver, R. Dammon, G. Nelson.
B-Squad and Junior Varsity
Despite a mediocre season, the Edina-Morningside "B's" made rapid strides forward. Coach Al Lundgren was highly gratified with the individual improvement of Jerry Gilbert, Culver Adams, Al Malisow, and Mike Ambrose. Murray Warmath, Jr. and Jim Hansen showed great kicking ability, and Jim Burris and Hansen co-captained the team. Under Coach Ted Greer, the junior varsity squad, after playing a rotating schedule among four Lake Conference teams and Columbia Heights, wound up the season with a 7-3 record. Fred Richards and Joe Schoffman shined with exceptional performances.
ROW 1: R. Hibbs, D. Burris, P. Crook, J. Bancroft, G. Totoll, D. Wellumson, G. Hanson, J. Ebbert, S. Nordoll, 0. Krizon. ROW 2: Coach Greer, S. Noran, J. Bowman, R. May, D. Waegele, K. Stein, A. Bergren, T. Anderson, S. Nelson, P. Schmaltz. ROW 3: P. Chaput, D. Anderson, J. Avery, D. Johnson, P. Ederer, B. Utendorfer, F. Richards, G. Wyord, J. Schoffman. ROW 4: B. Bradley, R. Rourk, J. Hordisty, G. Miller, R. Bell, N. Casperson, D. Arnof, J. Flaten, C. Carlson. NOT PICTURED: D. Olson, B. Schutte, J. Mohr.
- 142 -ROW It B. Lund, J. Wortchow, J. Kehok, D. Kauppi, J. Hughes, t. Burton, G. Lyons. ROW 2: D. Reimers, M. Roman, B. Torrance,
J. Bishop, D. Berglund, F. Jevne, D. Broeker, Cooch D. Carlson. ROW 3: J. Nelson, J. Olson, O. Hognander, A. Charbonneau,
B. Boettcher, J. Pohrson. ROW 4: C. Hoisted, S. Pearson, D. Hey, G. O'Dell, B. Biebor, G. Ashenbrenner, J. Taylor. NOT PICTURED:
T. Nordeen, F. Wilkinson, R. Scholfieid.
Seventh and Eighth Grade Midgets
The midget program cannot be overlooked for it provides future varsity teams with potential material via the fundamentals of tackling, blocking, and other essentials. The eighth grade team, coached by Dave Carlson and Elmer Halvorsen, brought forth a number of prospective varsity candidates in Bob Torrance, John Hughes, David Kauppi, Don Reimers, and George O'Dell. The seventh grade team, acclaimed as one of the best in years by Coach Elmer Stolte, also had a great number of varsity "hopefuls" in Chris Parrott, Bob Carson, Paul Faust, Jim Lynden, and Don Nace.
ROW ?: C. Parrott, S. Crati, J. Wells, D. Nace, R. Troutman, D. Hanson. ROW 2: C. Rodney. D. Carlson, B. Carson, P. Barth, P. Faust. ROW 3: B. Noran, J. Lynden. T. Pederson, D. Anderson, D. Greer, Coach E. Stolte. ROW 4: P. Neville, T. Stevens, J. Courselle, R. Wolcott, J. Klein, J. Brisbois. NOT PICTURED: R. Taylor, M. Hyde, D. Davis, M. Hanson, G. Pfoff, D. Lee, T. Thompson.
BASKETBALLKNEELING: J. Ellis, Coach Downs, B. Gage. STANDING: T. Young, J. Diebold. D. Blanchard, T. King, B. Hibbs, T. Moe, M. Thompson, B. Engstrom, S. Hughes, T. Buss. J. Carroll. W. Peterson, J. Parker, D. Meyer.
With a 9-5 Lake Conference record and a 10-9 overall record, the Edina-Morningside basketball team showed great progress through the season. Led by co-captains Mert Thompson and Bob Engstrom, and leading scorer Tom Moe, the Hornets finished third place in the conference, two full games ahead of fourth place Minnetonka. Champion Hopkins and second place St. Louis Park each defeated the Downsmen twice, and Minnetonka handed the Hornets their fifth setback.
The boys who were responsible for the cagers' success this season were Tom Moe, Mert Thompson, and sophomore Tom King at the forwards; Bob Engstrom and Bill Hibbs at center; and Duane Blanchard, Jay Diebold, Whitey Peterson, and Tom Kelly at the guards. Other members of the squad were seniors Jim Parker and Ted Young, and juniors Jim Carroll, Sam Hughes, Terry Buss, Don Myers, and Dick Sonderby.
Some of the highlights of the season were All-Conference Tom Moe's 37 point output at Robbinsdale to set a new individual record for an Edina player. Bob Engstrom's nine field goals in nine attempts at Richfield, and above all, the victory over the State Catholic Champions, De Lasalle, 55-51
LAKE CONFERENCE STANDINGS
Hopkins 13 1
St. Louis Park 12 2
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE . . 9 5
Minnetonka 7 7
Mound ... 5 9
Wayzata 5 9
Robbinsdale ... 5 9
Richfield ... 1 13
Thompson hits for two against Mound.
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J. Diobold, guard
W. Peterson, guard
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 55 - MINNETONKA 46
Minnetonka was Edina-Morningside's first conference victim, losing 55-46. During the first half, the Skippers made it a close contest, but Moe, Engstrom, and Thompson started hitting in the third quarter. Together they scored a big 32 point total.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 43 - WAYZATA 29
Edina-Morningside "defensed" Wayzata 43-29 to make it two conference victories in a row. Tom Moe and Hornet center. Bob Engstrom, led the scoring with 18 and 14 points respectively.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 40-ST. LOUIS PARK 43
League leading St. Louis Park edged out Edina-Morningside 43-40 in the closing seconds of a hard fought game. A near capacity crowd was continually brought to its feet as the game was tied thirteen times. Park's height advantage, however, proved the difference.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 48-RICHFIELD 46
Tom Moe, forward, chalked up 26 points in the Hornet's slim victory over Richfield. Edina-Morningside held a commanding 7-point lead with two minutes left but a Spartan rally narrowed the gap, and the final score was Edina-Morningside 48, Richfield 46.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 43-HOPKINS 46
At Hopkins a late Edina-Morningside surge led by Duane Blanchard, guard, failed to beat the Warriors. Behind 23-12 at halftime, the Hornets rallied to Put themselves in contention, only to lose 46-43.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 69 — ROBBINSDALE 53
Fine defense work and good rebounding grounded the Robbins 68-53 in their first clash with the Hornets. High pointer for the evening was Tom Moe, who also set a Hornet record for top scoring with 37 points.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 49-MOUND 47
In the first Mound contest, Edina-Morningside managed to stave off a last period attack to beat the Mo hawks 49-47. High scorer of the evening was Tom Moe, who tallied 14 points.
Co-Captain M. Thompson, forward
T. Moe, forwardMoe Tips for Two.
T. Young, guard
D. Blanchard, guard
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 62 - MINNETONKA 67
In Edina-Morningside's last meeting with Minnetonka, the Skippers rose to upset the visitors. Tonka opened up right away, taking a 22-10 lead after the first quarter. The Downsmen pulled within four points midway in the fourth quarter, but to no avail.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 60 - WAYZATA 51
In Edina-Morningside's second clash with Wayzata, they defeated the Trojans 60-51. Forward Tom Moe led the scoring with 23 points. Duane Blanchard hit 12, followed by Thompson with 9 and Engstrom with 8.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 53 - ST. LOUIS PARK 92
After the Wayzata triumph, Park proved to be disastrous for the Downsmen, who were beaten by 39 points. The powerful Orioles flew over the Hornets and tallied 92 points to Edina-Morningside's 53.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 62 - RICHFIELD 50
In the second Edina-Richfield game, the Downsmen beat the Spartans 62-50. The Hornets started out fast, and at the half they were leading the Spartans 30-14. High point man was Tom Moe with 21 points.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 43 - HOPKINS 45
The last Edina encounter with Hopkins was a real driller. The Hornets kept the Warriors hard pressed r°r baskets and were themselves never far behind. However, Hopkins pulled out in front with fifty seconds ,0 go and defeated the Hornets by two points.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 69 - ROBBINSDALE 59
The Edina cagers were victorious in their return clash w'th Robbinsdale to the tune of 69-59. Due to the stellar defense work of forward Mert Thompson, the Robbins' Pat Gorman was "held" to 25 points. Moe led the Hornets Wl,h 28 and center Bob Engstrom added 16.
E°INA-MORNINGSIDE 60 - MOUND 47
n the final conference contest at Mound, the Hor-nets triumphed over the Mohawks 60-47. Leading by six P°ints at the half, the Downsmen "poured" in 37 points f° win. Tom Moe again led the scoring with 24 points.
S. Hughes, forward
J. Porker, guard
iu LfiilltROW Is J. Gilbert, J. Thorne, J. Frudenthol J. Lytle, W. Rotcoc. ROW 2s J. Burris, D. Foust, J. Wyord, D. Cannon, M. Ambrose, B. Nichols. ROW 3: Coach Beson, C. Johnion, S. Larson, J. Engstrom, M. Warmath, R. Oliver, D. Schwartz, R. Bostock, J. Dommen, B. Welch.
B-Squad and Junior Varsity
Led by Moe, Larson, and Burris, Coach Beson's B-Squad compiled an overall record of twelve wins and seven losses. Highlight of the season was a seven game win-streak. Park ended the streak, with a slim two point victory. Sophomores Tanner, Frudenthal, Parrott, and Warmath showed great promise for the future. The J. V. squad under Coach Hendrickson played a full schedule with neighboring teams. Everyone showed great improvement, especially regulars Burris, Carlson, Howorth, Wyard, and Lund. The team as a whole showed great depth and potential.
ROW Is B. Lund, G. Wyord, C. Diercks, J. McWethy, O. Chamber , R. Bell. ROW 2: B. Carlton, P. Chaput, S. Bing, N. Catperton,
J. Johnson, J. Avery. ROW 3: Coach Hendrickson, G. Total I, G. Howorth, D. Arnott, C. Carlson, D. Burris.
•148-Awards and Trophies
"Bos" accepts Lake Conference football trophy "for keeps."
Duane Blanchard, recipient of the Academic-Athletic Scholarship.
Congratulations to the region and conference hockey champs!
Formalf?) presentation of the Lake Conference baseball award.
- 149-HOCKEYROW 1j W Sirene, J. Emerion, C. Steinweg, L. Johnson, M. MacPherson, I. Ryon, B. Stoinweg. ROW 2: Coach Greer, F. Ashen-brenner, B. Britbois. T. Doman, B. Strout, S. Tell, M. Cooper, J. Richards, R. McVeefy, T. Holloran, B, Bagwill.
The Edina-Morningside hockey team finished sixth in the State Hockey Tournament at St. Paul to climax a highly successful season. After sweeping the Lake Conference with 12 victories and no defeats, the Hornets qualified for the state tourney with victories over Detroit lakes and St. Louis Park.
Center Larry Johnson, captain, and goalie Murray MacPherson, were selected as All-State for their exceptional play. Johnson, who had the Lake Conference scoring record, tallied a total of 51 goals for the season. MacPherson compiled a phenomenal 109 stops in the state contests.
The Hornet pucksters, coached by Ted Greer, opened the season with an upset victory over Eveleth 3-2. In the next game, they defeated Washburn 3-1. The Edina-Morningside sextet suffered its first loss against Roosevelt 1-2. They defeated Park 5-0 in their conference start and went on to record 72 goals to their opponent's 8 in conference play. The only regular season losses sustained by Edina-Morningside's icemen were against Roosevelt and Washburn. The team's high scorer was, of course, Johnson with 51 goals, followed by Emerson, Ryan, Brisbois, and Richards.
LAKE CONFERENCE STANDINGS
W L T
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE . ...12 0 0
St. Louis Park ... 9 2 1
Minnetonka ... 7 4 1
Robbinsdale ... 5 6 1
Richfield ... 2 8 2
Wayzata ... 2 8 2
Hopkins ... 1 10 1
All-State MacPherson split to save.J. Richards, wing
I. Ryan, w»-.g
M. MacPherson, goalie
Captain L. Johnson, center
Richards races for puck.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 3 - EVELETH 2
Opening on Eveleth's rink, the Hornet pucksters beat the "Northerners" 3-2 to become the first twin city sextet to win on the Bears' ice. MacPherson kept the Bears' scoring in check, and goals by Strout and Johnson tied the score at two all. Johnson broke the tie with 30 seconds remaining in the game.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 10 - ROBBINSDALE 2
In one of their season's peak performances, Edina's six trounced Robbinsdale 10-2. The Hornets blanked the Robbins in the first two periods. Brisbois led the scoring with three goals, followed by Sirene and Johnson, each with two. Halloran, Emerson, and Tell also shared in the scoring. Together, MacPherson and Steinweg stopped 13.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 4 - ST. LOUIS PARK 2
Edina-Morningside clinched its second straight Lake Conference hockey title by defeating St. Louis Park 4-2 in a fight-marred game at Park. After a scoreless first period, the Hornets took a 3-1 lead in the second with Johnson accounting for two and Strout for one. Johnson tallied unassisted to finish Edina-Morningside's scoring.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 16-DETROIT LAKES 1
Undefeated in conference play, Edina-Morningside opened against Detroit Lakes in the regional tournament at Williams arena. Johnson and Ryan with four goals apiece led a devastating scoring attack. Precision passes and sharp defense aided the Hornets in swamping Detroit Lakes 16-1.
Thief River robs Strout.C. Steinweg, goalie T. Domon, center
f. Aihenbrenner, defense
B. Brisbois, center
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 3 - ST. LOUIS PARK 2
The Hornet sextet gained a berth in the state tourney by edging St. Louis Park 3-2. Behind 1-0, Edina tallied through Johnson to tie the score. Ryan counted two more markers with assists from Johnson and Emerson. Goalie MacPherson blocked a final Park thrust with 10 seconds left in the game.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 2-THIEF RIVER FALLS 3
In the third thrill-packed, sudden-death overtime, a Prowler wing put the puck by goalie MacPherson to enable Thief River Falls to beat Edina-Morning-side 3-2 in the first game of the state tourney. Hero of the day, however, was MacPherson, who had a sensational 54 stops. Johnson scored Edina-Morning-side's two goals, the first with an assist from Emerson.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 3-WHITE BEAR 2
With 2:01 left to go in the second sudden death overtime, Strput fired one into the nets to give Edina a 3-2 victory over White Bear. White Bear scored first in the second; then Johnson put one in to tie it up. In the third, Johnson scored again, but White Bear tied it up to send the game into overtime.
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE 0-ST. PAUL JOHNSON 1
In their final contest of the year, the Hornet hockey team entered the state tourney consolation finals against last year's state champions, St. Paul Johnson. The first and second periods were scoreless as the tension mounted. At 6:10 in the final period, a ten foot shot by Bill Hult, Governor center, ended the game for Edina. MacPherson totaled 31 stops.J. Woodheod, R. Berglund, J. Carlson, J. Ringbloom, P. Parbury, 0. Lee, B. Bieber, Coach Zillgitt. NOT PICTURED: D. Bryant, D. Connor, T. Grey, J. Hinchcliffe, B. Nordoll, R. Rice, G. Sampson, B. Utendorpher, S. Wasley.
B - Sq ua d
Edina-Morningside's B-squad hockey team, coached by Eugene Zillgitt, compiled an outstanding 8-4-2 record for the season. Bolstered by an excellent first line composed of Jerry Sampson, Stan Wasley, and Tom Gray, the pucksters played a full schedule of fourteen games. Bill Bieber also proved to be a tremendous asset to the team in the nets. The squad blanked the "BY' from Wayzata and Hopkins during the season and trounced Richfield 9-1. They tied with Park and St. Paul Harding but suffered setbacks at St. Louis Park, Washburn, Harding, and Blake.
-154ROW 1: M. Cuntz, J. Nelson, J. Stratton, B. Quello, I. Martinson, Coach Bowman. ROW 2: M. Brown, E. Stafford, B. Shogren, C. Miller, R. Kimmerle, R. Warren, C. Adams.
Due to the graduation of a large number of its members, the ski team was short at the start of the season. The vacancies were soon filled, however, and the team was complete in all three events. In addition to four close meets with Park, the slopemen led by Ralph Warren, who placed fifteenth in the slalom, and Bill Shogren, who placed nineteenth in jumping, captured ninth position in the State Ski tournament. Prospects for the 1957 team look very bright as Coach Bob Bowman's skiers will lose only four men this year. The graduating seniors are Bill Shogren, Ed Stafford, Jim Stratton, and Ralph Warren. ,
Stratton slides through gate.
Stafford shows slalom form.WRESTLING
- 156-ROW Is R. Dinham, T. Towne, T. Dodge, T. Nein, J. Hartzell, T. Garrison, C. Dinham, J. Thompson, J. Reimers, F. Porter, C. Champlin. ROW 2: R. McCabe, B. Torrance, D. Thomas, D. Reimers, D. Tylock, R. Johnson, B. lee, B. Bradley, J, Crinklaw. ROW 3: G. Klock, J. Pontious, F. Learn, G. Lyons, D. Rouzer, R. Howorth, B. Christensen, B. Hanson, P. Robey.
Led by co-captains Cal Dinham and John Reimers, the Edina-Morningside wrestling squad won nine out of eighteen matches giving them an average of 50% and enabling them to place fourth in the Lake Conference. The matmen, coached by Elmer Halvorsen, beat Minnetonka and Richfield but lost to Robbinsdale, Wayzata, and Mound.
Going into the sub-regions, the Hornets were represented by Ross Dinham in the 95 lb. class; Tom Towne, 103; Tom Dodge, 112; Richard McCabe, 120; Bob Bradley, 127; Tom Garrison, 133; Cal Dinham, 138; Dave Rouzer, 145; John Reimers, 154; Fred Porter, 165; and Charles Champlin, heavyweight. At the sub-regions, two boys, Tom Garrison and Charles Champlin, qualified for the regions. However, both were defeated with ''Champ" placing third and Garrison fourth.
The four top scorers for the season were Garrison with 61 points, Reimers with 54, Champlin with 56, and Dinham with 51. Four other boys who figured prominently on the squad were Jim Thompson, Bruce Christenson, Joe Hartzell, and Terry Nein.
LAKE CONFERENCE STANDINGS
BASEBALLROW 1: D. Roimerj, D. Graf, D. Sehlin, J. Diebold, D. Siebort, B. Strout, C. Dinham, D. Myor , J. McKendrick. ROW 2: CoacR Boson, P. Kuhlmon, B. Nelson, W. Lofness, T. Moo, T. Lowe, J. Peril, B. Hibbs, L. Johnson, P. Hagen.
The 1955 Hornet baseball team, behind the brilliant pitching of Siebert, Lowe, and Moe, swept to the Lake Conference championship. They qualified again as district champions, but fell to the Washburn nine, state baseball champions, in the regional tournament. With only four lettermen returning, the Besonites displayed veteran defensive play and good hitting throughout the season.
After opening the season by trouncing Chaska 7-1, Edina-Morningside Won seven straight contests, defeating De LaSalle, Southwest, St. Thomas, Bloomington, and Columbia Heights. Columbia Heights ended the winning streak by dropping Edina 12-4. The Hornets then lost a pair to Washburn and were defeated by North 5-4. Unbeaten in conference play, Edina-Morningside again dropped one to North. After beating Wilmar, Wayzata, and Mound, Edina-Morningside faced Hopkins. Tollies by Johnson and Hibbs climaxed a pitchers' duel to clinch the conference title 2-1. Defeating Bloomington and Shakopee, the Besonites captured the district crown.
Not content without the state championship, the team banded together in the summer adding Kelly, Nielson, Larson, and Mulcahy. Led by player-coach Dick Siebert, Jr., the Edinians won the State Legion Baseball Tourney.
LAKE CONFERENCE STANDINGS
EDINA-MORNINGSIDE ...12 0
Hopkins 9 3
Wayzata 9 3
Minnetonka 8 4
St. Louis Park 7 5
Robbinsdale 2 10
Mound .. .. 1 11
-159-ROW 1: W. Sirene, G. Gillette, J. Freudenthol, C. Swanson, J. Burris, F. Greenagel. ROW 2: J. Carlson, T. Halloran, J. Moe, T. Buss, D. Sondcrby, R. lee, T. King, C. McGlashan, D. Myers, Coach Thomas.
B-Squad and Junior Varsity
Under the guidance of Coach Thomas, the "B" squad baseball team turned in an impressive season's record consisting of ten wins and two losses. Outstanding players were juniors Don Myers, who led the team with a percentage of .529, Terry Buss, Walt Sirene, Dick Wiggin, and sophomore Tom King. Hard workouts and practices paid off for the growing J. V. baseball program. Coached by Elmer Lundgren to six victories in seven games, the team gained valuable experience while learning the basic baseball skills which will prove invaluable in future years.
ROW 1: R. Kesler, C. Steinweg, R. McCabe, W. Roscoe, J. Lytle, F. Richards, I. lee, J. Thorne. ROW 2: Coach lundgren, G. Kloek, B. Nordell, C. Miller, J. Floten, J. Ringbloom, S. McGlashan, M. Ambrose, G. Hanson, G. Sampson, V. Snyder.
ROW 1: G. Dale, 0. Torrance, 0. Neiberger, T. Crocker, D. Gagnon, L. Berglund, F. Lynden, T. Young, F. Ashenbrenner, J. Ellu. ROW 2: D. Nolle, T. Richardjon, J. Woodhead, J. Begg, D. Potketl, D. Blanchard, T. Kelly, J. Giere, S. Hughe , M. Brown, F. Harri . D. Mitchell.
The Edina-Morningside trackmen, having scored more points as a team than ever before, had a highly successful season. Duane Paskett, who ran the 880-yard run, placed fifth in the state meet. The best season's effort was at the Mound Relays where the squad placed third with nineteen points.
Coached by Hendrickson, Downs, and Krez, the 1955 track team made an impressive showing at the large meets. In the Indian Relays at Mankato, the team placed sixth in its class. The sprint medley team took second place in the Carleton, Faribault, and Mound meets; the mile relay team placed in all these meets. The Hornets finished behind Park and Southwest in the first annual Edina-Morningside Invitational. At the district meet, Edina-Morningside scored fourteen and a half points. Giere, Nolle, Begg, and Torrance made up the 880 relay team which finished second in the district and third in the region. Also placing in the district were Kelly, Paskett, and Gagnon.
Edina-Morningside will miss seniors Ettner, Harris, Gagnon, and Giere, but with a promising group of sophomores and juniors and twelve returning lettermen, the 1956 track team should be the strongest in years.
LAKE CONFERENCE MEET
Robbinsdale Hopkins St. Louis Park Minnetonka EDINA-MORNINGSIDE Mound Richfield WayzataROW 1: Coach Hendrickson, D. Parsons, D. Paskett. ROW 2: E. Swanson, S. Wasley, T. Nein, R. Tylock, D. Thomas.
Coach Niilo Hendrickson's cross country team showed great improvement over last year's squad. The season started with a team of only six members. Two of these were returning runners, Terry Nein and Dudley Parsons. The most outstanding new boys were Sophomore Stan Wasley and Senior Duane Paskett, who placed third in the district meet out of a field of nearly one hundred.
The team competed in the following meets: Robbinsdale Dual; Quadrangular with St. Louis Park, Mankato, and St. James; Swain Invitational at Duluth; and the district and regional meets at Nokomis. Since the state meet for the first time this year was limited to regional qualifiers, none of our boys were able to compete in it. Prospects for next year are good with Terry Nein, Dudley Parsons, and Stan Wasley returning to form the nucleus of the squad. Because cross country is recognized as an excellent way to obtain experience for spring track and to condition for winter sports, the interest that has developed in this new Edina-Morningside sport is expected to bring many more boys into competition next year.
St. Louis Park Robbinsdale Minnetonka Mound EDINA-MORNINGSIDE
HopkinsROW 1: F. Rogers, J. Mulliken, B. Lawton, J. Parker. ROW 2: Coach Grocr, D. Hyde, G. Nelson, D. Schneider.
In 1955, Coach Ted Greer faced the task of building a tennis team without a single returning letterman. As it turned out, the Edina-Morningside netmen displayed a very successful season, placing second only to St. Louis Park in the Lake Conference standings.
The Hornets wound up the season's activities with a 6 and 2 conference record. The squad showed remarkable strength and balance, defeating Bloomington, U. High, Mound, and Minnetonka by decisive scores of 5-0. The net-men tabulated an over-all 7-4 record, losing to only Park and Blake out of the eight teams played. Highlight of the season was a slim 3-2 loss to Park, the match which decided the championship.
Although many boys tried out for tennis, only seven were awarded letters. In the singles category were John Mulliken, 1st; Jim Parker, 2nd; and Brian Lawson, 3rd. Fred Rogers, Dick Schneider, Dick Hyde, and Glen Nelson qualified in the doubles class. Mulliken, Lawson, Parker, and Rogers also represented Edina-Morningside in the district tournament which was held late in May. The tennis team's future looks bright with the first four men returning and many fine prospects among the underclassmen.
St. Louis Park EDINA-MORNINGSIDE University High Robbinsdale Minnetonka Bloomington Mound
Mulliken features backhand smash.Golf
Coach Dave Carlson led his golfers through a successful 1955 spring season which began on April 18 when the Hornets tied a strong Southwest team. In their next match, Edina-Morningside rolled up 1616 points to Wayzata's 1 Vi. Washburn, another strong Minneapolis team, fell to Edina-Morningside by a close 7-5. The following match was with St. Louis Park, who, along with Edina-Morningside, had been picked as one of the favorites for the league crown. Edina-Morningside won this closely contested match by the score of 10-8. The parbusters then proceeded to shut out Bloomington 18-0. After the Hopkins match had been rained out, the Hornets were finally edged out by the Robbins 1V6-816. The Green and White then traveled to the Orono Golf Course where they trounced the Mound Mohawks 1214-514. In the final matches of the year, Edina-Morningside lost a real tough one to Park 916-816, which cost them the Lake Conference title. In the District 18 tournament, the Hornets again finished second to the Orioles.
Gordie Jensen held on to the number one position throughout the year, and Gage Davis was the number two man. Bob Engstrom, Larry Dahl, Steve Larson, and Bill Brellenthin rounded the top six Hornet golfers.
Jensen gauges Davis's form
St. Louis Park EDINA-MORNINGSIDE Robbinsdale Hopkins Mound Wayzata BloomingtonCoaching Staff
Tireless effort and unselfish devotion put forth by the athletic director and coaches at Edina-Morningside have produced well-rounded teams to worthily represent their school.
A genuine interest in youth prompts them to devote their spare time to helping boys through the invaluable medium of athletics. The program of interscholastic and intramural sports provides excellent competition which serves as an aid to developing and encouraging future leaders.
The first objective of the coaches is to promote the growth of character and personalities by means of responsibility, fair play, and teamwork. To enable such a program to work effectively and progressively, coaches are chosen for their sincerity of purpose, knowledge of the sport, and qualities of leadership.
To this staff of earnest and capable men, we dedicate this page.
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR HOWARD MERRIMAN
WARREN BESON Football Boskeiboll Baseball
TED DOWNS Basketball Football Track
TED GREER Hockey Tennis Football
EQUIPMENT MANAGER JOHN EHLERT
DAVE CARLSON Golf Football
DOM KREZ Football Track
BOB BOWMAN Skiing
ELMER LUNDGREN Football Baseball
IDWAL THOMAS Basketball Basoball
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Brando brought his gang.
You shouldn't have
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Paris originals.Hi dere, Snow-flake.
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Who took my lunch?
let's go home.-176-
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- 177 -All-American
Caught in the act.
"Tweedy" found a worm.
Day aftej the night before.
Laurel and Hardy.
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for their sports action photos.
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Administration and Faculty
Aamodt, Elizabeth 86
Andrews, Grace 85
Armstrong, Joan A. 69, 86
Bartholet, Mordonno 86, 125
Belk, John I. 44, 86
Bernard, Vivian L. 56, 86
Boson, Warren L. 56, 86, 127, 130,
137, 148, 149, 159, 167
Bowers, Beverly 56. 86
Bowman, Robert M. 49, 86, 155, 167
Carlson, David 62, 86, 126, 143, 166, 167
Chapman, James D. 62, 86
Christenson, Howard B. 11, 87
Christonson, Borylo 87
Costello, Ursula 49, 87
Disney, Grace E. 83
Downs, Edward H. 56, 87, 127, 137, 145, 167
Dulebohn, Barbara C. 62, 87
Ehlort, John F. 49, 87, 167
Eitel, Butler R. 87
Engen, J. Orval 69, 87
Fick, Leo J. 80, 94, 149
Frcderickson, Delmar N. 11, 87
Gilbert, Lyle M. 69,87
Glassing, Patricia 44, 88
Gormley, Kathleen R. 88
Groebner, Phyllis R. 56, 88
Gransberg, Edith R. 11,88
Greer, Edward R. 44, 88, 142, 149, 151, 165, 167
Hagemeister, Rouha 44, 88, 106
Holvorsen, Elmer C. 56, 88, 167
Hartman, Richard R. 49, 88
Hendrickson, Niilo E. 62, 88, 127, 148, 164, 167
Ironside, E. W 88
Isker, Rose . . 84
Jacobson, Natalie 83
Jensen, Marilyn L. . 82
Jepson, William R. 56, 89
Jeurisson, Aldoon M. 69, 89
Johnson, Gene A. 56, 89
Johnson, Lucille 83
Kadlac Edward J. 84
Kolsey, Harriet K. 83
Koivumaki, Victor A. 89, 98
Kozub, Walter 69, 89
Kresso, F. Tennis 89, 133
Kroz, Dominic L. . 62, 89, 167
Kuhlman, Milton H. 78
LaPray, Ardyce H. . 11, 89
Laukka, Shirley M. 69, 89
Letven, Joyce 62, 89
Lundgren, Elmer R. 90, 100, 142, 160, 167
Martin, Harry S. 11, 90, 106
McClellan, Cleo 83
McKecnd, Margaret 83
Melbye, Bennett C. . 44, 90
Merriman, Howard W. 90, 167
Miller, Ingrid O. 85
Nelson, Irvin L. 56. 90
Nelson, Lucetta 83
Nelson, Tholma B. 83
Nordell, Bcrtho 69, 90
Olson, Wendell W. 69. 90
Pryor, Donald 1. 79
Ring, Rolland J.. 81, 95
Robertson, Lois E. 85, 128
Sanchez, Marilyn R. 11, 90
Scanlan, Richard T. 49, 90, 106
Schmidt, Rodney A. 82
Schmit, David M. 62. 90
Sioms, Carol 44, 91
Simpson, William L. 84
Stamm, William O. 91
Stolte, Elmer W. 69, 91, 143, 167
Taggatz, Thusnelda 56, 91, 97
Teichroew, Janet 56, 91
Thomas, Idwal J. 91, 126, 133, 160, 167
Towler, Ardis 49, 91, 96
Zillgitt, Eugene 154, 167
Keller, Rev. Paul H. McGorraugh, Charles T..
Board of Education
76 Richards, Mrs. James F.
. . 76 Parrott, Robert
76 Posselt, George M.
76 Terwilligor, Norman
Chapman, James 0. Godt, Gene . .
77 Hargrove, H. B................... 77 Stafford, Mrs. Alden E. 77
77 Mucke, Paul......................77
Abrahamson, Raymond 10, U 1, 41, 94,
114, 115, 127. 137, 139
Acton, Donnis 14, 127
Adams, Elinor 14, 100, 102,
106, 128, 130
Allison, Alan 12, 14, 40. 102, 126
Allivato, Barbara 14, 96,98
102, 108, 128
Andorson, Barbara 14 , 40, 102
Anderson, Donno 14, 98, 106, 129
Anderson, Jacqueline 14, 129
Anderson, Norman 15
Andreson, Arlene 15, 96,
98, 106, 108, 130
Anhalt, Paul 15
Bagwill, William 15. 108, 127, 151
Bakke, Virginia 15
Barker, Patricia 15, 108
Beach, Bob 15. 127, 133
Bement, Barbara 15 , 96, 106, 129
Bennett, Patricia . . . . 16. 108
Benson, Victoria Berglund, Lawrence
Berlin, Arline Beseth, Judith Bieber, Gail Blanchard, Duane, 126, 131, 137, Blessing, Mary Jo
Born, Morlene Bradley, Jill Breedlove, John Brellenthin, William Brisbois, Bud
Burke, Terrence Burnes, Georgia Burris Franz Cadwollader, John
16, 106, 129 16, 127, 131, 137, 141, 163 16. 106
16, 130 16. 108, 128
16. 102, 139, 145, 147, 149, 163 16, 94, 98, 101, 106. 114, 115
17, 96, 103, 106 17 98, 102, 103, 126 17, 41, 166 17, 41, 106, 110, 131, 137, 138. 151, 153 17
18, 102. 127, 131, 137, 139
Compbell, Judy 18 , 98. 130
Carlson, Arlene 18. 102, 103
Carlson, Marjorie 18. 129
Chomplin, Charles 18, 108, 126,
131, 137, 138, 157
Chancy, Sally 18. 40. 94, 98.
101 . 102, 103, 106, 108
Christianson, Janet 18, 101, 106, 108, 129
Clarke, Kathryn 18, 102, 103, 106
Cole. Roberta 19, 41. 100, 103
Cooper, Michael 19. 126, 131,
137, 138, 151, 153
Cornish, Roberta 19, 106, 108, 129
Cratz, Barbara 19, 100, 102, 128, 129
Crist, Scott 19, 106, 126. 133
Crocker, Thomas 19. 126. 131,
137. 140, 163
Cunniff, Gerald 19
Dahl, Lawrence 19, 108, 127, 131, 166
Dahline, Joyce 20, 106, 129
Dole, DeAnn 20. 130
. 183-Seniors — continued
Dermedy, Sharon 20, 129
Diebold, Jay 20, 94, 115
127, 137, 138, 145, 146, 159
Dinhom, Calvin 20. 126, 131, 157, 159
Doman Ted 20, 131. 151, 153
Duffy, Thomas 20
Eidsvold, Robert 20. 100, 126
Ellingson, Karon 21. 130
Engstrom, Robert 21 , 40, 94, 115,
126, 127, 131. 145, 146, 166
Farrington Rose 21, 101, 106, 129
Forde, Kay 21. 108
Frederickson, Noncy 21, 96, 100,
102, 103, 106, 129
Freund, Joan 21, 129
Gaddis, Sheryl 21, 128
Garrison, Margaret 21 , 96, 101, 102, 132
Garrison, Tom 22, 127. 131, 157
Gerecke, Warren 22, 103, no. 133
Gilder, Susan 22, 101, 106, 115. 118, 130
Graf, Dovid 22, , 40. 126, 131, 137, 159
Grandbois, Donold 22
Grandbois, Richard 22
Grove, Barbara 22, 101, no. 130
Gustafson, Gary 22. 100,
102, 103, 106, 127
Hakes, Victoria 23, 106, 129
Hanson, Sigrid 33, 98, 102, 129. 130
Harris, Constance 23. 96, 104, 106, 118
Hartzell, John 23
Hartzell, Joe 23, 131, 157
Hauskins, Harold , .23
Hibbs, William 23, 96, 106, 126,
131, 137, 139, 145, 147, 159
Howorth, William 23, 157
Huebscher, Karen 24, 98, 106,
115, 118. 128, 129
Humboldt, Penny 24, 108
Hummel, Susan 24, 98, 106, 128, 129
Hunter, Adele 24, , 41, 106, 130
Hyde, Martha 24, 130
Hyre, Sandra 24, 131
Irizarry, Margo 24
Jackson, Elaine 24
Joas, Julie 25, 98, 102, 106, 119, 128
Johnson, Dan 25
Johnson, Dean 25, 131, 137, 138
Johnson, Larry 25, ' 106, 127, 131,
137, 139, 149, 151, 152. 159
Karalis, John 25, 106, 127, 166
Katzman, Marilyn 25, 28 , 41, 106, 108
Kelly, Thomas 25, 106, 115,
131. 137, 139, 163
Kern, Sheldon 25. 127
Kingsland, Carolyn 26, 101, 106, 129
Kirchner, Douglas 26, no. 127
Kirk, Bonnie 10, 26, 41,
94, 102, 106, 115, 129
Kittelson, Jerry 26
Knox, Herbert ... 26
Koch, Richard 26, 101, 102,
Kolstad, Sharon . 26, 106,
Krahl, Jorry .
Krause, Carol Krueger, Chris Kuhlman, Peter Larson, David laVay, Betty .
Lawson, Brian Learn, Floyd Lee, Karon ...
Lewedag, Mary ...................
Lindboc, Susan 28,
Lund, Shirley 28,
Lundgren, Stephen . . 28, 41
102, 103, 106, 126, 131. Lynden, Fred 28, 100, 106,
MacLonnan, Roberta ..............
........... 27, 98,
27, 96, 100, 27, .27, 27, 98, 27, 108, 131, 137, 27, 40, 102, 106,
Malberg, Margret Matson, Jean Ann McCormick, Michael McCracken, Judith McFarlane, Diane McIntyre, Sally McMahon, Patricio McWethy, Janet Meland, Mike
29, 98, 29, 29, 102. 29,
29, 101, 29, 40, 94,
103, 126 108, 128
27, 127 131, 159 106, 110 108, 130 131, 165 138, 157 108, 128
28, 129 108, 130 108, 132 , 94, 98, 137, 140 127, 163
28, 130 28. 131, 152, 154
102, 129 40, 119 106, 108 98, 108 98, 128 106, 130 100, 128 ......29
Moe, Tom .........10, 30, 41, 94. 115, 126,
131, 137, 138, 145, 146, 149, 159
Moot, Audrey 30, 106
Mullikon, John 30, 94, 101,
102, 126, 131, 165
Nelson, Judy 30, 101, 102, 106, 129
Nelson, Robert 30, 159
Norris, Joyce 30, 130
Nylund, Saundra 30. 106
Olson, Floyd ...... .30
Olson, Marlene 31. 130
Opperman, Marlin 31, 110
Ostman, Delores 31 , 96
Ostman, Janis 31, 106
Parker, James 31, 98, 127, 145, 147, 165
Paskett, Duane 31, 131. 163, 164
Patton Judith 31, 106, 108, 133
Percy, Carol 31, 101, 102, 103, 106
Peterson, Wayne 32, 40, 127. 145, 146
Pontious James 32, 106, 127. 157
Porter, Frederick 32, 157
Prelvitz, Rita 32
Rawitzer, Kate 32 . 41. 130
Reed, Wayne . . . .32
Reimcrs, John 32, 127, 131, 137, 139, 157
Reinhord, Herbert 32, 108
Richoson, Linda 33, 103, 106, 128, 130
Riegert, Louis 33, 98. 102, 103, 110
Ringbloom Judith ...33, 101, 106, 128
Ringdol, Rasmus 33, 94, 110
Robinson, Gary 33. 126
Robinson, Sylvia 33. 130
Rockstad, Karen 33, 128
Rogers, Fred 33, 98, 126, 131, 165
Rognas, Roger. 34, 126
Russell, Paul 34, 126
Ryan, LcRoy 34, 131, 137, 141, 151, 152
Rydell, Carolyn 34, 103, 106, 108, 130
Sadlor, James . . 34
Sampson, Barbara 34, 40, 103, 106
Schallus, Ursula 34, 94, 130
Scott, Judy 12, 34, 100, 102, 105, 110
Sehlin, Dovid 10, 35, 94,
126, 130, 137, 139, 159
Seidl, Nancy 35, 94, 101, 102, 105, 128, 129
Shelton, Barbara 35. 108
Shogren, William 35, 96, 106, 127, 131, 137, 140, 155
Short, Mary Lee 35, 98, 102. 106, 128
Siwald, Donald 35
Smith, Susan 35, 106, 108, 130
Sommers, Merodith 35, 94, 100, 102, 106, 129
Stafford, Edward 36, 126, 133, 155
Steinweg, Robert 36, 127, 131, 151, 152
Stow, Marguerite 36, 98, 101, 102, 128, 130
Stratton, James 36, 101, 126, 127, 155
Streckor, John 36. 106, 127, 131, 137, 141
Strong, Susan 36, 106, 118, 128
Strout, Wado 36
Strout, William 36, 131, 137.
141, 151, 152, 153, 154, 159
Sugden, Eva . . . 36, 106, 129
Swandby, Lawrence 36, 100, 102, 103, 127
Swonson, Nancy 37, 110, 129
Taus, Patricia 37, 101, 102, 103
Thompson, Merton 37, 126, 131, 145, 146
Thoresen, lee 37, 137, 141
Toring, Kay . . . . 37, 129
Towne, Erin 37, 102, 128
Van der Leest, Boujoca 38, 94, 106
Veith, Cathee 38. 105, 108
Vilett, Elizabeth 38, 130
Vinci, Judy 38. 108
Vork, Ronald 38, 133
Wahl, Morilyn.... 38, 130
Word, Donald 38, 127, 131, 137, 138, 140
Warren, Ralph 38, 126, 133, 155
Webster, Mary ...39, 98, 106, 129
Wellumson, Margaret 39
Welsh, Sandra . . . 39, 115
Westerberg, Charles 39, 108
Winebrenner, Sandra 39
Woodward, Joan 39, 132
Young, Ted 39, 127, 131 137, 141, 145, 147, 163
Zipoy, Mary Alice 39, 130
Albrecht, Gale 45, 94. 98, 101 Alderson, Marianne 45,
Anderson, Marilyn Ashenbrenner, Fred
45, 101, 45,
137, 140, 151, 45. 127,
Austin, Craig ................. . .
Balfany, Jane 45, 105,
Barington, Samuel .
Barnes, Sandro 45,
103, 106 106, 128 45. 96 106, 130 106, 131, 153, 163 131, 137
106, 130 45
Begg, James 44, 45, 94, Brown, Mike 45, 106, 126, 155, 163
131,137,140,163 Bryant, Don 45.126,131,137,141
Bell, Terry.................. 45, 106, 128 Buckett, Arlone 45
Benjamin, Eleanor 45, 106, 129 Bungert, Kenneth 45
Berglund, Ronald 45, 126, 154 Burbank, John ..... 45
Blake, Edna....................... 45, 130 Burris, James 45, 127, 142, 148. 160
Blessing, Carol Ann 45, 106 Buss, Terrance 44, 45, 127,
8lood, Mary ....... 45, 101, 102, 106, 130 131, 137, 145, 160
Bode, Sue 45, 106, 128 Cameron, Elaine 45, 130
Bohlander. Elaine 45, 106, 108, 129 Cardorelle, Ruth 45, 105, 130
Bridgman, George 45, 102 Carlson, Gerald . . . . 45, 154, 160
• 184 -
Not pictured in classes section. Juniors — continued
Carlson, Gretchen 45, 106 Hollar, Susan 46, 106, 129 •Purdy, Rachel 132
Carlson, Judy 45, 106, 129 Hooper, Helen 46, 101, 103, 106, 130 Quello, Robert 47, 126, 155
Carlson, Marilyn . , 45, 94, 98, Hughes, Sam 46, 127, 145, 147, 163 Robe, Irene 47, 104, 106, 129
102, 103, 104, 129, 130 Hunt, Ellyn 46. 106. 129 Raymond, Allen 47
Carroll, James 45, 94, 101, Husebo, Richard 46 Richards, James 47, 127, 151, 152
106, 127, 131, 137, 141, 145, 147 Jacobson, Richard 46, 110, 127 Richardson, Jane 47. 132
Carson, Goil 45 Johnson, Carol Gay 46. 94. 96, 130 Robertson, Elizabeth 47, 106
Chamberlain, Pamela 45, 129 Johnson, Keith .... 46, 106 Robey. Paul 47, 157
Christenson, Bruce 45, 94, 127, 142, 157 Johnson, Peggy 46, 106, 128, 132 Robinson, Jean 47, 106
Clausen, Pamela 45, 94, 101, Jordan, Beatrice 46, 130, 132 Rockstad, Patricia 47, 106. 128
103, 106, 118, 130 Joslin, Suzanne 46, 96. 98, 101, 130 Rose, Tom 47, 106, 127
Connolly, Mike 45, 108, 132 Juneau, Herbert 46. 133 Rossiter, Jane 47, 94. 98,
•Cooper, John 106, 127, 131, •Jutting, Richard 103. 104, 106, no. 130
137, 139, 140 Karnstedt, Cathy 46, 106 Rosenow, Joan 47, 106
Coveil, Deborah 45, 106, 129 Kidder, Lynn 46, 96, 100, 102, 106, 129 Rothgeb, Gay 47, 106, 130
Cummiskey, Ruth 45. 106, 108 Klarquist, Judy 46, 106, 130, 132 Rouzer, David 47, 96, 127. 157
Dahl, Charles 45 •Knearl, Homer 108 Rue, Nancy 47, 106, 128
Dannatt, Diane .. .46 Knutson, Mary 46, 106, 128 Sarles, Donald 47. 127
Darr, Lois 46, 96, 130 Korthof, Maryann 46, 110 Schueneman, Sharon 47, 130
Delaney, Mary .. . . 46 Krizan, Sharon . . . 46, 106, 129 Schwarzkopf, Karen 47, 128
Dodge, Thomos 46, 126, 131, 157 Kuntz, Mel 46. 127, 155 Scott, John 47
Eddy, James 46 Lee, Ronald . . . 46, 160 Sharpe, Williom 47, 96, 126,137
Emerson, James 46, 126, 151, 152 •Luce, John Simons, Galen 47, 106
Engel, Crosby 46, 106, 127 Lundgren, Linda 46, 94, 98, Sirene, Walter 47, 127. 131, 151, 153, 160
Ettner, Robert . . 46 101, , 102, 108, 128, 130 Sletkolen, Theodore 47
Falkanger, Carol 46, 106, 128 McAllen, Barbara .46 Smith, Charlotte 47, 102, 106, 129
Faville, Patricia 46, 98, 106, 128 McKendrick, John 46, 106, 159 Smith, Porter 47, 142
Fedders, Peter 46, 102, 127 Malisow, Alan 47, 142 Sonderby, Richard 47. 160
Fietek, Patricio . . . . 46 Martin, Koy ..... 47, 106, 129 Sonnesyn, Genette 47. 130
Fikkan, Philip 46 •Martin John Spande, Eileen 47, 130
Finkenaur, Eugene 46, 127, 142 May, Peter 47, 127 Stark, lindo 47, 129
Fletcher, Robert 46, 106 Messicci, Mary Jo 47, 108, 129 Stephens, Noncy 47, 106
Forrest, Kothie . .. 46,106,129 Moe, Nancy 47, 98, 128 Stoep, Katherin 47, 101, 106
Franzen, Mary Ellen 46, 110 Mulliken, Linda 47, 106, 128, 129 Stolte, Beatrice 47. 106, no
Gage, Robert 46, 133, 145 Myers, Donald 47, 127, 145, 160 Stover, Barbara 48, 108, 129
Garrison, Beverly 46 Myers, Richard 47, 127, 131 ,137, 159 Strong, Poter 48, 103, 112
•Gendreau, Duane Nolle, Richard 47. 131, 163 Stukel, Jean 48 , 98. 106, 110, 128
Gillette, Gory 46, 160 Neary, Cynthia .... 47, 106, 129 Stuppy, Georgene 48. 106
Glezen, Mary 46, 106, 130, 133 Nebelthau, Linda 47, 130 Swanson, Charles 48, 106, 127. 160
Goetz, Williom . . . . .46 Noibergor, Denny 47, 131, 137, 163 Swanson, Peter 48, 106
Gray, Thomas 46 Nein, Terry 47, 108, 131, 157, 164 Swanson, Philip 4£ 1, 96, no
Groen, Virginia 46. 106, 128 Nelson, Gerald 47, 155 Swenson, Marcia 48, 100, 130
Greenagel, Frank 46, 96, 102, Nelson, Karon 47, 108, 128 Tanner, David 48, 106, no
103, 106, 137, 160 Nelson, Mary . . .. 47, 106, 129 Tell, Stephen 44, , 48, 94, 131, 151, 153
Haberstroh, Carol 46 Nelson, Susan 47, 96, 106, 129 Thacker, Marilyn , 48, 106, 129
Hackborn, Joan 46, 106, 128 Neville, James 47, 127 49 , 94, 101, 106, 128
Hagen, Patrick . . . . 46, 159 Nordquist, Mary. .. 47, 103, 106, 129 48 106
Hale, Todd 46, 106, 132 46 North, Diane 47, 106, 130, 96, 106, 132 110 Thompson, James 48, 126, 131. 157
Halloran, Tim 46, 131, 151, 153, 160 Olson, Allan 47 Tracy, Charles . . . 48, 126
Ham, Marsha 46, 98, 108 Olson, Douglas 47, 110, 127 Tressel, Richard 48
Hamilton, Sharon 46, 96, 106, 110, 129 Ostman, Jeanottc 44 , 47, 129, 130. 132 Turner, Patricia 48, 106, 129
Hansen, Diane 46, 108 Pacini, Anita .47 Vail, James 48, 127
Hanson, William . . 46, 157 Parelius, Sharon 47, 129 Wigon, Richard 48, 126
Hort, Katherine . . 46, 129 Parsons, Ernest . . 47, 131, 164 48. 126
•Harte, James . . , 132 Patten, Margaret .. 47, 96, 106, 129 48, 108, 127
Haupt, Charles 46 Pearson, Marcia 47, 128 •Woehler, Cory
Hey, Barbara 46, 96, 106 Pedersen, Sonja 47, 106, 128
Hicks, Robert 46, 142 Pennington, Virginia 47. 106, 108 Wood, Marilyn 48, ee, iuo
Hinchcliffc, James 46, 126, 131, 137 Phillips, Paula 47, 106, 128 Woodhead, John 102, 106,
Hohl, Anthony 46. 106 Porterfield, Karen 47. 130 126, 131, 154, 163
Holand, David 46, 110, 126 Prescott, Suzanne 47, 128 Wozniok, Gerry 48, 126
Holman, Kathleen 46. 106, 130 Princell, Sandra 47, 129 Wronski, Carmen .... 48. 106, 130
Adams, Culver 50. 142, 155 Anderson, Phyllis 50, 106, 129 Berlin, Diane. ... 50. 106, 129
Addicks, Mentor 50, no Bachman, Phillip . . . . . 50, 110, 126 Bodlund, Robert 50, 132
Akins, leone 50, 106, 129 Barkor, Michael. 50, 126, 142 Bolduc, John 50, 110, 127
Ambrose, Michael 50, 142, 148, 160 Bauernfeind, Judy 50, 106, 125, 129 Bowers, William ...... 50, 106
Andersen, Carolyn ... 50. 94, 106, 128 Bealo, Judith 50, 129 Bowman, Bruce 50, 106
Andorsen, Sally 50, 96. 129 Bedgood, Donna 50 Boyer, Judith 50
Anderson, Karen 50, 128 Benson, Philip .. . . 50, 127 Brandt, Genevieve 50, 129, 132
Anderson, Noelle .. . 50, 130 Bergerson, Kent 50 Breedlove, David 50, 127
'Not pictured in clone section.
• 185-Sophomores — continued
Broeker, John 50, 96, 106, 127
Bruss, Robert 49, 50. 94, 98, 106, 125, 127
Buckbee, Susan ... 50. 130
Burke, Judith 50. 108
Burton, Charles 50, 106, 125, 127
Burton, Ronald 50, 106
Campbell, Heather 50. 106, 130
Cannom, David 50, 148
Carlson, Mary Jo 50, 106
Carlson, Keith 50, 127, 142
Carlstrom, Virginia 50, 106, 128
Chaney, Susan 50, 98, 106, 130
Clarke, Anne 50
Coffey, Douglas 50
Connor, David 50. 106, 142
Cook, Joffrey 50
Copps, Jean 50, 129
Crimmins, John . . . 50
Dahl, Peter . .51
Dale, Gary 51, 131, 133, 163
Damman, James 51, 142, 148
Danielson, Gary 51
Davis, Diane 51, 130, 133
Day, Kevin 51. 127
Degeberg, Melanie 51 , 96
Dotzler, Carol .51
Douglas, Suzanne .51
Douglas, Terry 51, 132
Edmiston, James 51
Eichorn, Erika 51
Eidsvold, Dorothy 51, 106
Ellis, Jack 51, 145, 163
Engle, Janice 51, 106, 129
Engelhart, Jeraldine 51. 106, 128
Engelsma, Sharon 51
Engsfrom, John 49. 51, 94, 110, 148
Faust, David 51, 148
Faust, Peter . 51, 142
Fcldhake, Marilyn .51
Fietek, Sharon 51
Fikkan, John 51
Fisher, Cynthia 51. 106, 129
Fitch, Tom ... , 51, 106
Flower, Patricia 51
Frederickson, Sally 51, 94, 106, 125, 128
Freudenthal, John 51, 96, 127, 148, 160
Freund, Tom 51
Gagnon, Mary 51, 130
Garrison, Millard 51
Getsch, David 51
Gibbish, Joanne 51, 106, 128
Gilbert, Jerry 51. 96, 110, 142, 148
Gilchrist, William 51. 96, 127, 137
Goehner, Gerald 51, 126
Green, Deanna 51
Grover, Barbora 51, 106, 128
Grow, Ruthanne 51, 106, 129
Gust, Robert 51
Gustafson, Gayle 51, 130
Hall, Linda 51
Hampton, Virginia 51. 129
Hansen, Jamos 51, 142
Hansen, Margaret 51
Hanson, Tom 51, 96, 106. 110. 127
Hargrove, David 51
Henderson, Lois 51, 96, 106, 129
Henjum, Tom 51, 127
Herrmann, JoAnnc 51, 129
Hewitt, Sara 51, 106, 128
Hill, Mary 51, 98, 106, 130
Hoffert, Emily 51, 96, 98, 106, 128
Holmes, Diane 51. 128
Hunter, Diane 51, 105, 106, 128
Huser, Mcrilec 51106, 130
Hyde, Barbara 51. 106, 130
Hyre, John 51
Jensen, Robert 51
Johnson, Burton 51
Johnson, Craig 51, 126, 142, 148
Johnson, Dale .51
Johnson, Karen 51, 110
Johnson, Richard 51, 157
Jones, Susan 51, 106, 129
Jurisch, Sharon 51, 128
Kannenberg, Kirsten 52, 96, 98, 106, 128
Karnstedt, John 52
Kolly, Katherine 52, 101, 132
Kern, Andrea 52, 106
Kesler, Robert 52
Kimmerle, Ross 52, 127, 155
King, Thomas 52, 131, 137, 140, 145
Kinney, Delores 52. 110, 129
Kinzey, Margaret 52, 130
Kloek, Gory 52, 127, 157, 160
Kreiser, Robert 52, 142, 160
Kusserow, Karen 52, 128
Larson, Sloven 52, 126, 131, 148, 166
Laurel, Janet 52, 128
Learn, LaDonna 52
Lee, LeRoy .... 52, 160
lee, Robert 52, 126, 157
Lee, Sally 52
Lewis, Sondra 52, 106, 130
Lien, Geraldine 52
Lovre, Lenore 52, 129
Lowe, Susan 52. 130
Lumbar, Fred . . . 52
Lytle, James 52, 142, 148, 160
McCabe, Richard 52, 157, 160
McCormick, Jane . 52. 104
McDonald, Janet 52. 110, 129
McGlashan, Clinton 52, 160
McKondrick, Sally 52, 132
McKown, Lucy 52, 130
McLaughlin, Mary 52, 103, 106, 129
McVeety, Roger 52, 126, 137, 151. 152
Martin, Lawrenco 52. 108, 142
Martinson, LoRoy 52. 155
Melloma, Diane 52, 103, 106, 125
Miller, Charles 52. 110, 125. 155, 160
Morford, Gale 52, 108
Moe, James 52, 127, 131, 137, 140, 160
Moo, Robert ... 52,112, 142
Nelson, Bradford 52
Nelson, Gary 52, 142
Nichols, Bruce 52, 127, 131, 137, 148
Nichols, Terrence 52, 142
Nicolls, Nancy 52, 98, 106, 129
Nordby, Gayle 52, 110
Nordeen, Ann 52. 106, 129
Nordell, Barry 52. 142, 160
O'Brien, Barbara 52
Olinger, John 52
Olson, Gerald 52
Oliver, Rolf 52, 126, 142, 148
Orwoll, Robert 52, 106, 127
Packard, Paul 52, 106
Palmer, Robert 52
Porbury, Philip 52, 154
Parrott, Michael 52, 94, 106, 127, 131, 137
Patton, Jeanne 52
Pawluk, Linda 52, 98, 103, 106, 128
Pearson, Roxanne 52. 106, 128
Pence, 8arbara 52, 106, 130
Peterson, Linda 49, 52, 94, 106, 130
•Peterson, Adele 108
Peterson, Richard 52
Piero, Alyce Ann 52. 129, 132
Pleissner, Jane 52, 106
Potts, Marilyn 52. 106, 129
Ralph, Kenneth 52
Rcinertsen, Mary 53
Reinhard, Linda 53
Reinhardt, Richard 53
Rice, Ray 53. 126, 131, 137
Richardson, Thomas Ringbloom, James Rixe, John Robertson, Louise Robinson, Robert Roscoe, Walter Rosendahl, Lynn Rosenow, Peter Ross, Shirley Ruddy, Karin Russell, Diane Ruud, Karon Sampson, Gerald Sawyer, Holly Schaub, Judith Schultz, Eric Schwartz, Dennis Schwoiger, Barbara Seaman, Lynne Seim, Sybil
Smith, Glenn Smith, Miriam Smith, Patricia Spearing, John Steen, Curtis Stoinweg, Charles Stevens, Carol Stevens, Steven Stevens, Suson Stevenson, Charles Stewart, Barbara Stolte, Bruce Stone, Ralph Archie Strachauer, Karen Strecker, Sue Street, Patricia Swan, Judy Swanson, Earl Swanson, Janet Swanson, Sharon Swant, Julie Tanner, Stephen Totom, Betsy Thielvoldt, Judith Thomas, David O. Thomas, David W. Thomson, Michael Thorne, James Todd, Thomas Torrance, Richard Towne, Tom Troutman, Jean Turner, Larry Turner, Spencer 'Tylock, Richard Utondorfer, Kay Van Wagenen, Mary Vilett, Merry Visser, Tom Ward. Janice Ward, Judith Warmoth, Murray Warren, Marcia Wosley, Stanloy Welch, William Wonbcrg, Luanne Williams, John Wherley, Lawrence Wilson, Harold Wilson, lindo Wilson, Luise Windhorst, John 54, Wozniak, Janet Wyard, Jack Wyatt, Judith
53, 96, 131 53. 142,
53, 133, 142, 53. 103,
53. 96, 53. 106, 53.
53, 106, 53,
53, 151, 53
49, 53, 53 53.
53, 131, 137, 53, 108,
53, 54, 106,
54, 106, 125, 54, 106,
94, 106. 110,
54, 106, . 54, 103,
137, 163 154, 160 .53 106, 129 53, 126 148, 160 106, 130 53, 106 53
106, 130 130, 133 110, 130 53, 160 106, 130 53, 129 127, 142 142, 148 53 53
53, 96 127, 142 53, 130 53 53
, 96, 108 128,129 53
53, 130 53 53
... .53 53
53, 130 53, 164 53. 130
.... 53 53. 130 106, 137 , 96, 130 106, 129 53
.53. 157 53. 106 148, 160 53. 126 157, 163 53. 157
130, 133 53. 106
157, 164 53, 106 106, 129 106, 129 106, 125 53, 106 106. 128 142, 148 106, 129
131, 164 127, 148
54 110, 126
126, 148 106, 129
- 186 -
Not pictured in classes section.Freshmen
Abrohamson, Diane Amundson, Dayton Andorson, Judith Anderson, Richard A. Anderson, Richard O. Andorson, Shirley Anderson, Tom Andrews, Jeffrey. . . . Andrusko, Ross Arnott, Edwin Asplund, Theodora
Bancroft, James Barington, Loo
Barkla, Jon ........
Bell, Ronald .....
Borgquist, Paul Bergren, Arne . ,.. Besseson, Karen Bina, Barbara Bing, Steven Blanchard, Patricia Bomsta, Diane Bowen, Gary Bradley, Robert . .
Bredo, Mary ........
Briden, Koy Brosvik, Marcia Brosvik, Marlene
Brown, Peter .......
Brye, Ainsley Buchanan, Patricia Burris, Donald Busch, Mary Callaghan, Margo Campbell, Diane Campbell, Gillie Carson, Bruce Carlson, Curtis Carlson, Joyce Carlson, Judith Carlson, Russell Carpenter, Virginia Carson, Gory Carson, Juliet .... Caspers, Carl Caspersen, Norman Chambers, Owen
Clarko, Margaret Cloutier, Michael Coleman, James Corrigan, Leslie Coursolle, Janet Crinklaw, John Crist, Janet Crocker, Betty . Crook, Peter Dahl, Priscilla
Dibble, Kathleen Diercks, Robert
Dinham, Ross .....
Donatelle, Carolyn Donatello, Claudia Doolittle, Diane
Dunkley, Patricio Ebbert, Jan..........
56, 97 Eckert, James .... . . .57 McWethy, James 58, 95, 148
56 Ederer, Paul 57,77,142 Mairs, Virginia 58
56 Erickson, Diane 57 Mans, Bonnie 58
56 Erickson, Ronald 57 Markle, Sharon 58
56, 109 Pick, Gretchen 57, 109 Martin, Mary 58. 97
56 Flaten, John . . 57, 142, 160 May, Richard 58. 142
. .. 56, 142 Flickingcr, Nancy . 57 Melbostad, Karen 58
56, 112 Gilbert, Michael ... 57. 98 Miller, Gregg 58, 142
56, 110 Gilbertson, Charles 57 Moe, Janet 58, 95
56, 142, 148 Gilfillan, Karen . 57, 95 Mohr, James 58
56 Graf, Joan 57, 132 Mucke, Catherine 58
56, 142, 148 Greenagel, John 57 Naegele, Douglas 55, 58
56, 142 Gribble, Mike . . 57 Nelson, Kathleen 58
56, 109 Hafner, Georgia 57, 110 Nelson, Steve 58, 142
56 Hall, Sandra 57 Nelson, Lucille 58
56 Hallberg, William ... . 57, 112 Nelson, Suzanne 58. 105
56, 142, 148 Halloron, Maribeth 57, 95 Nielsen, Peter 58
56 Hamilton, Koy 97, 57 Nichols, Judith 58. 110
56 Hansen, Gary 57, 142, 160 Noran, Stove 58, 142
56 Hanson, Byron 57, 110 Nordell, Peter 58
56, 142 Hardisty, James 57, 142 Norris, David 58
56 Hart, John 57 Norris, Mary 59
56 Hargreaves, Georgia 57, 109 Nuffort, Barbara 59
56, 148 Harris, Merrily 57, 110 O'Connor, Patricia 59
56 Hawthorne, Susan 57 Olson, David 59
56, 110 Hegman, Mark . . . 57 Olson, David 59
56, 142 Heines, Carol 57 Olson, Gretchen 59
56, 95, 142. 157 Hermanson, Gorald 57, 109 Olson, Sandra 59, 111
56 Hibbs, Raymond 57. 142 Olstad, Susan .... 59
... 56 Hildyard, Karen 57, 110 Ostendorf, Charene 59, 109
56 Hohl, Sallio 57 Ostman, David 59
.... 56 Holt, Ann 58, 97 Paulson, Joan 59, 95, 97, 98
56 Holterud, Betty 58 Perso, James 59
56 Hoovor, Glen 58 Peterson, Bruce 59
56 ‘Howorth, Bob Potorson, Patricia 59
56 Howorth, Gary 112 Peterson, Virginia 59. 109
56 Hultgren, Jeff 58 Pitt, Susan 59
56, 133 Humboldt, Nancy 58 Porter, Dorothy 59
.. 56 Hupp. Georgia 58, 105 Porter, Pamela 59, 109
55, 56, 142, 148 Hutchins, Robert 58, 109 Posselt, Richard 59
... 56 Hyre, Barbara 58 Price, Susan 59
56 Igelsrud, Susan 58 Prin, Thomas 59
125 Israelson, Jean 58 Princell, Pamela 59
.. 57 Jensen, Marilyn 58 Rabe, Louise 59, 105
57, 148 Johnson, Deborah 58, 109 Rapp, Cynthia 59
57, 97, 110, 148 Johnson, Richard 58, 142 Redeske, Garrett 59
57 Johnson, Jerry 58, 148 Reed, Gail 59
.. 57 Johnson, Joanne 58 Reinhardt, James . . . 59
57 Juneau, Katherine 58 Richards, Fred 59, 142, 160
57, 109 Kayscr, Barbara 58 Richardson, Patricia 59
57, 97, 142 Keller, Noncy 58 Roark, Randal 59, 142
57 Kelm, Susan 58. 95. 105 Rolain, Paul 59. 110
57 Kinsell, Mary 58. 110 Ross, Marilyn 59
57, 142, 148 Kirk, Scott 55, 58, 95, 109 Rossman, Adair 59, 109
57, 148 Kirschner, Karen 58, 109 Rushing, Karen. . 59, 109
57, 109 Konen, Elizabeth 58 Ruud, Linda 59
57 Krahl, Jack 58 Ryman, Jane 59
57 142, 148 Krause, Linda 58 Sable, Nancy 59. 109
57, 133 Krizan, Donald 58. 142 Salmon, Robert 59
... 57 Kuphal, Nancy 55, 58 Sanders, Marjorie . . . 59
57 Lapp, Gerald 58 Sandin, James 59
57 Larkin, Judith 58 Sawyer, Mark 59
57. 109 Larson, June 58 Schlagenhauf, Ruth 59
57, 157 Leary, Susan 58, 109 Schmalz, Philip ... 59. 142
57 Ledin, Solly 58 Schoffman, Joseph 59, 142
. 57 Lien, Constance 58 Schreiber, Nancy 59
57. 142 Lindemann, Kay 58, 132 Schutte, Bruce 59. 109
. 57 Lindgren, Katharine 58 Schweiger, William 59
.... 57 Lockhart, Diane 58 Scoggin, Georgeann 59, 97, 110
.. 57 Lockwood, Sally 58, 111 Seleen, Norita 59, no
57. 148 Lofelmaker, Robert 58, 110 Sharpe, Diane 59
57, 95, 157 Lofgren, Sheryl 58 Shuford, Mary lee 59
57, 112 Lundquist, Karen . . 58,110,125 Smith, Walter 59
57, 112 Lyon, Borbara 58 Soderberg, Elaino 59
57, 105 Lyons, Sally . ..58 Stafford, Paul 59
... 57 McCall, Jerry 58 Stephens, Stephanie 59. HI
57 McCauley, Margaret 58 Stien, Kim 59. 142
57. 142 MacLcnnan, Lawrence 58 Strehlow, John 59
Not pictured in classes section.Freshmen
Swanson, Barbara 59 Townsond, Suzanne 60, 109 Wornecke, Emily
Swanson, Curtis ... 59 Tracy, Sandra 60 White, Robert
Tatman, Diane 59 Utendorfcr, William 60, 142 Wickner, Roger
Taylor, Kristine 59 Vinson, Charles 60 Willort, Joyce
Teller, James 59 Vilott, Nancy 60 Williams, Susan
Terwilliger, Kathy 59 Walker, Bonita 60 Wilson, Marilyn
Tews, Dixon 59 Walkup, Nancy 60, 105 Wittke, Orrene
Thomas, Phyllis ...59 Warner, Guy ..60, 109 Woodhead, David
Tomlinson, Susan 59. 132 Wehr, Allen 60, 109 Wyman, Joan
Totall, Gary 60, 97. 142, 148 Wellumson, Douglas 60, 142 Ziska, James
60, 95, 97 60
60, 95 60 60, 112
60 60, 112
Abbett, Michael 62
Albrecht, Martha 62, 109
Andorson, Barbara 62, 95
Anderson, Charlotte 62, 112
Anderson, Garfield 62. 95
Anderson, Judith 62
Anderson, Lynn . . .62
Anderson, Peter 62
Andrews, Lorna 62
Artus, John 62
Ashenbrenner, Gerald 62, 143
Bank, Kent ... 62
Barker, Linda 62, 109
Barnes, David 62
Bartlett, Jerry 62, 112
Beale, Barbara ..62
Bemis, Carolyn 62. 112
Benham, Sandra 62
Benjamin, Robert 62. 112
Benson, Jeffrey 62
Berge, Helen 62. 112
Berglund, Danny 62. 143
Berlin, Judy 62, 112
Bieber, William 62, 97, 143, 154
Bishop, James 62, 143
Blanch, Barbara 62
Bodlund, Gloria 62, 109
Boettchor, Bruce 62, 112, 143
Bohlander, Edward 62
Bolduc. Linda 62, 95
Bolmgren, Susan 62, 109
Bomsta, Carolyn 62, 110
Bolt, Larry ...62
Bradley, Rebecca 62
Brastad, Alice 62
Bridgman, Katherine 62, 112
Brion, Alison 62
Brocker, Richard 62, 143
Brothers, Jere 62
Brown, Frances 62
Brown, Richard 62
Brown, Steven 62
Brum, William 63. 112
Bruntjien, John 63
Brye, Paul . . 63
Buckett, Judy .... 63
Bunnell, Kirk 63
Burgess, Bonnio 63
Burke, Kathleen 63, 97
Burton, Larry 63, 143
Buscher, Paul 63. 109
Buss, Nancy . 63
Cain, Barbara 63
Campbell, James 63
Campbell, Patty 63
Capron, Val 63
Carlson, Barbara 61,63. 95, o u §
Carlson, Dianne 63
Carlson, Harry 63
Carlson, Janice 63, 112
Carlson, Marvin 63
Carlson, Richard 63
Charbonneau, Alan 63, 143
Chisler, William 63
Church, Gail 63
Ciskovsky, Carol 63
Clark, Dolores 63
Clark, Thomas 63
Coffin, James 63
Cooley, Thomas 63
Corchron, Charles 63, 133
Courtney, Michael 63
Covnick, Sally 63
Dahl, Jeffrey 63, 112
Dahl, Stewart .... 63, 109
Danens, Daniel 63
Delaney, James 63
Delaney, Kay 63
Denny Deanna 63
Derby, Lorin 63
Dibble, Tom 63, 112
Dickey, Dovid 63
Disney, Charles 63
Disney, Suzanne 63
Duffy, Judith .63
Eastwood, Albert . .63
Egekvist, Barbara 63, 97
Eggan, Bruce 63. 112
Eggan, Sharon 63
Emerson, Susan 63, 109
Engcn, Harold 63
Engquist, Patricia 63
Enroth, Jayne 63, 109
Erickson, Janice 63
Everett, Susan 63
Farrington, Ruth .63
Foisted, Kathloon 63
Finkenaur, Sally 63. 95
Flower, Julie 63, 109
Foley, Diane 63
Forsberg, Nancy 63, 96. 109
Foss, Marie 63
Frank, Theodore 63. 109
Fritz, Philip 63
Gaddis, Vicki 63, 109
Garrison, Carole 63
Garrison, Diane 63
Garrison, Terry 63
Gorecke, Sharon 64, 112
Geving, Linda 64
Gilrulh, Jean .... 64, 109
Godt, Robert 64
Grams, Ralph 64, 110
Granger, Patricia 64
Grimm, Philip 64
Grinley, Joyce ... 64
Groat, Carolyn 64
Grover, James 64
Gunderson, Jean . 64
Haenny, Mary 64. 112
Hall, John 64
Hamara, Georgia 64
Hamilton, Byron 64
Hamilton, Donald 64
Hansen, Margritc 64
Hanson, Barbara 64
Harris, Douglas 64, 112
Hauck, Gary 64
Hawkins, Mary 64
Hede, Sharon . 64
Heimarck, James 64
Heitko, Jean ...... 64
Henderson, Kay 64
Henkel, Geraldine 64. 112
Hcpp, Bruce 64
Hoy, David 64, 95. 143
Higgins, Donald 64
Hinck, Peter 64
Hirsch, Thomas 64
Hognander, Orville ... 64, 143
Holstad, Craig ... 64, 143
Holtz, Louise 64, 110
Hughes, John 64, 143
Hyde, Carol 64
Jacobson, Mark 64
Jacobson, Mary 64. 112
Jevne, Franz . . 64, 97, 143
Johnson, Janet 64
Johnson, Karlcen 64
Johnson, Roger 64
Johnson, Susan .!.... 64, 109
Johnstone, Susan 64
Jones, Jacquelyn 64
Jorgensen, Gayle 64, 112
Kadlac, Geno. 64
Kann, Richard 64
Kauppi, David 64, 143
Keho, John 64, 112, 143
Kesler, James ... 64
Kibler, Michael 64
Kimball, Lois 64. 112
Kimmerle, Jack 64
King, Lana 64, 112
Kingsland, Janet 64, 109
Kinn«y, Dorothy 64, 112
Kirkman, Kathryn 64
Kirschner, Betty 64. 109
Knight, Kathleen ..... 64. 112
Knutson, Joan 64
Kohner, Mary 64, 109
Kommerstad, Janice 64
Kring, Kathlyn ‘ ” 64
Kulp, Kathryn 64
Lade, Fred 64
Larkin, David . 65
LaVay, Richard 65
Learn, Carol 65
leek, Alice 65
Lee, Virginia 65
Levering, Edmund 1. ......65,112
lewis, Barbara 65, 109
Lewis, Jacqueline 65, 132
Lillojord, Paul Lilligren, Sally 65. 109 65 65, 97 65
Lindberg, Jean Lindman, David
. 188 -
Not pictured in classes section.Eighth Grade — continued
Lund, William 61.65, 95, 143, 148 Pearson, Louise 65 Spetz, Robert 66
Lundeen, Barboro 65 Pearson, Stephen 65. 143 Stageberg, Marilyn 66, 109
lundgren. Joanna 61. 65. 109 Pedersen, Virginia 65. 109 Stedman, Clyde 66
Lundgren. Joelle 65 Pehrson, Jerry 65. 143 Stenslie, Irene 66. 110
Lykkcn, Mary 65. 109 Pennington, Helen 65. 109 Stephens. Bonnie 66. 97. 109
Lyon, George 65, 109, 143, 157 Peterson, Curtis 65. 109 Strachauer, Elizabeth 66. 97
Lytle, Jeon 65 Peterson, David 65 Straiton, Barbara 66
McAllen, Michael 65 Peterson, Karon 65 Strom, Gory 66. 97
McCord, Beverly 65 Peterson, Rolf 66. 110 Strong, Groce 66
McDonald, Duane 65 Petorson, Susan 66 Struck, Sandra 66, 112
McGorraugh, Molly 65 Pfoff, Joyce 66 Stuart, Mary 66
McGory, Michael 65 Platou, Nancy 66 Stuppy, Michael 66. 133
McNellis, Morgoret 65 Pleissner, Karl 66 Swanson, Noncy 66
MocPhail, William 65 Plotnicky, John 66, 97 Swant, Mary 66
Maier, Joann 65 . 97 Porter, William 66 Totom, Mary 66
Malberg, Blake 65 Powers, Michael 66 Tatmon, Sondro 66. 95
Malisow, Stephen 65 Prescott, Solly 66 Taylor, Jordy 66, 143
Marks, Malcolm 65. 109 Reimers, Donald 66. 143. 157, 159 Taylor, Pomelo 66
Miller. ’Donald 65 Riebe, Julio 66 Thomas, Doniel 66
Moore, Dove 65 Riogert, Williom 66 Thompson, Kate 66. 109
Moore, Sorah 65. 109 Riley, Susan 66 Thomson, Jeffrey 66, 112
Mork, Orlan 65 Ring, Leonard 66 Torronce, Robert 66, 143
Moss, Margaret 65 Roaderick, Mary Sue 66 Totall, Koren 66
Mueller, David 65 Robilliord, Waller 66. 112 Toussaint, Gary 66. 110
Myers, Diane 65 Robinson, Douglos 66 Truestadt. Horst 66
Nelson, Alden 65 Robinson, Jomes 66 Turnball, Karen 66
Nelson, David 65 Rocklin, Edward 66 Turner, Michael 66
Nelson, Diane 65 Rogers, Ted 66 Veith, Charles 67. 109
Nelson, Jon 65. 143 Rossman, Judith 66 Victorsen, James 67
Ncwhouse, Mortha 65 Rothgeb, Croig 66, 109 Vork, Thomas 67
Noggle, John 65. 133 Ruth, Richard 66 Vroomon, Michael 67. 133
Nordeen, Thomas 65. 143 Rutledge, Lynn 66. 95. 109 Wakely, Susan 67
Norris, Mary 65 Ryan, George 66 Walsh, Michael 67. 112
Norton, Kathleen 65. 109 Ryan, Leonard 66 Woniska, Jorilyn 67, 109
Nugent, Terry 65 Sando, Stephen 66 Wanner, Williom 67
Nylund, James 65. 112 Sather, Stephen 66 Word, Gory 67
Odell, Carolyn 65 Schneider, Virgil 66 Wartchow, Jeffrey 67. 109, 143
Odell, George 65. 143 Scholefield, Reed 66. 112. 143 Wigen, Gerald 67
Olinger, Mary Lou 65. 109 Schott, Owon 66 Wilkinson, Fred 67, 109. 143
Olsen, Edward 65 Schuenemon, Bruce 66 Williams, Solly 67
Olson, Dovid 65 . 95 Seaman, Ronald 66. 112 Wiltz, Linda 67, 109
Olson, Jerry 65. 143 Seidel. Douglos 66 Woodward, Michael 67
Osterhous, Potricia 65 Slater, Williom 66 Wright, Virginia 67
Pacini, Carol 65 Smith, Gerald 66 Wyord, Gary 61. 65, 67, 142, 148
Palmer, Gilbert 65 Smith, Suzanne 66 Yerdon, Kothlyn 67
Palmquist, Kent 65 Smith, William 66 Young, Dovid 67
Pearson, Dennis 65, 112 Sparrow, Pomelo 66 Young, Timothy 67
Acton, Poul 69 Blandin, Corole 69 Carson. Bobb 70. U3
Adair. Potricia 69 Blood. Phoebe 69 Christopher, Elaine 70
Alderson, Martha 69. 112 Blood. Phyllis 69. 112 Clark, Dovid 70
Allivoto, Philip 69, 97 Boelter, William 69 Clark, Perry 70. 97
Anderson, Charles 69 Bornemon, Jeffrey 69. 112 Cloyton, Noncy 70
Anderson, Darrel 69, 143 Bostrom, Ann 69 Cloutier, Greg 70
Anderson, Kathryn 69 Brandow, Grctchen 69, 97 Cole, John 70
Anderson, Mory Louise 69 Bridgeman Jean 69 Connolly, Cothlcen 70
Anderson, Susan 69 8risbois, Joe 68. 69, 143 Connor, Kolhleen 70
Anderson, Williom 69 Brown, Judy 69 Coursolle. James 70. 143
Andrews, Linda 69. 132 Brown, Rodney 69, 95, 97. 112, 133 Crabb, Robert 70
Andrusko, Paul 69. 112 Brurs, Michael 69 Crotz, Steven 70. 143
Aslovcn, Karen 69 Buckbee, John 69 Cummiskey, Linda 70. 95
8achmeyer, Susan 69 Burke, Arden 69 Dahl, James 70. 133
Barker, Cynthia 69, 112 Burton, Mary 69 Danforth, Suson 70
Barth, Paul 69, 97. 143 Buss, Linda 69 Davis, Dan 70, 143
Boyers, Leroy 69 Burton, Mary 69 Davis, Solly 70
Bement, Lance 68. 69 Compbcll, Dale 69 Degen, Julie 70
Bennett, Connie 69 Carlsen, Carolyn 69 DeGidio, George 70
Bennett, Michael 69 Carlson, Barboro 69 Dibble. Charles 70. 112
Bing, William 69 Carlson, Don 70. 112, 143 Dodge. James 70
Bjorklund, Diane 69 Corlson, Dione 70 Dorsey, Deanna 70
Bjorkman, Marsho 69 Carlstrom, Mary Ann 70 Dreesen, William 70
’Not pictured in classes section.Seventh Grade — continued
Edwards, Danac 70
Elliott, Leslie 70
Evans, Ann .... 70, 97
Ewert, David 70
Fair, Georgia 70
Falkanger, Joyce 70, 112
Faust, Paul 70, 143
Fenger, Ann 70, 97. 112
Fiedler, Charles 70, 112
Finney, Robert 70, 133
Fletcher, Barbara 70
Flickinger, Barbara 70
Forney, John 70
Freeman, Gayle 70, 112
Gage, Ann 70
Gollup, Diano 70
Garrison, James 70
Garrison, Patricia 70, 112
Geiger, Gary ... 70
Gentry, Susan .... 70
Gctsch, Edward 70
Gilchrist, Dan 70
Gilster, Williom 70
Gleeson, Michael 70
Goehner, Sharon 70, 112
Gould, Richard 70, 95, 112
Grant, Elizabeth 70
Green, Susan 70
Greer, Dorance 70. 143
Gross, Francis 70
Gruss, Julie 70
Guide, Robert 70
Hallberg, Nancy .... 70
Halvorson, Suzanne 70 . 95
Hamilton, Kitty 70
Hancer, Helen 70. 112
Hanson, Mark 70, 143
Hanson, Richard 70, 143
Harter, James 70
Hawthorne, Sarah 70
Hayes, Douglas........ 71
Hedo, Robert 71
Henderson, Robert ... 71
Hendrickson, John 71
Herzog, Michael . ....... 71, 112
Hildyard, Sandra 71 , 95
Hillard, Bonnie 71
Holder, Marilyn 71
Honaas, Trygve 7.7 71, 112
Hovey, Robert .... 71
Huber, DuWayne 71, 112
Hunter, Lillian ... 71
Hupp, Susan 71
Hyde, Michael 71, 143
Ingraham, Linda . . 71
Ivorson, Anne 71
Jacobs, William 71
Jacobson, Jerry ... 71
John, Gary 71
Jensen, Barbara 71
Jensen, Larry .71
Jensen, Lesley 71
Jewett, Terry 71
Johnson, Craig 71
Johnson, Deanno 71
Johnson, Karolyn 71
Johnson, Kay 71
Johnson, Peter 71
Johnson, Roger 71
Johnson, Virginia 71
Kane, Larry ...... 71, 112
Kelley, Kathleen 71
Kennedy, Patricia 71
Kirchner, Beverly 71, 109
Klein, John . . .... 71, 143
Knopf, James 71
Knowles, Mary 71
Knutson, Donald 71
Kreiser, Diane 71, 95
Krizan, Melanie 71
Kullberg, Jane ..... . . 71
Lobott, Donald ... 71
LaBeau, Bernadette 71
Locc, Diana 71
Lone, Jeffrey 71
Laurel, Susan 71
Law, Lorry 71, 97, 112
Lee, Dwight 71, 143
LeGros, Lynn 71
Leraas, Robert 71
Lienke, Karen .... 71
Lindberg, Vernon . . 71
Lundgron, Richard 71
Lushine, Michael . 71
Lynden, James 71, 95, 143
McCauley, John 71
McClocklin, Robert 71
MacKay, Barbara 71
McPcak, Alan 71. 112
MacPhail, Bruce 71
McPherson, Robert 71
McVeety, Dorothy ...... 71,97
Mahowald, Mark 71, 133
Malmberg, Ann 71'
Markle, Cynthio 71
Marks, Andrea . . 71
Martin, Harry ... 72, 112
Maurer, Merrilyn 72, 95
Mcland, Mary 72
Moneley, Libby . . 72
Morfcld, Charlotte 72
Meyer, John 72,112
Mitchell, Joan 72, 112
Mitchell, John 72
Mitchell, Susan 72
Moore, Thomas 72
Moot, Jerry 72
Mortensen, Judy 72, 112
Nonce, Donald 72, 112, 143
Naslund, Mary 72
Neal, Barbara 72, 112
Nelson, John 72
Nelson, Kathy . . 72
Nelson, Kirk 72
Nelson, Richard . . 72
Nolson, Sara 72, 112
Neville, Philip ... 68, 72, 143
Nichols, Gay 72. 97
Nicolls, Mary Jean 72
Niess, James 72
Niskala, James 72
Noran, William . . . 72, 143
Nordby, Thomas ... 72, 97, 112
Nordoll, Nancy 72, 112
Nordell, Ruth 72, 95. 112
Olson, Douglas 72
Olson, Robert 72
Olson, Sandra 72
Olstad, Ruth 72
Ostendorf, Anita 72, 112
Ostman, Dale 68, 72
Otterness, Gail ... . . . 72
Packard, Tom 72, 112
Palm, Rose 72
Parker, Jane 68, 72
Parrott, Christopher 72, 95, 143
Paulson, Raymond 72, 110
Pearson, Richard 72, 112
Pederson, Theodore 72, 143
Pennewoll, Bruce 72
Pennewell, Gary 72
Persen, Paula 72
Perso, Barbara 72
Peterson, Jim . . . . . . 73
Peterson, Torryl 72
Pfaff, Joe . 72, 143
Pilney, Penny 68, 72
Portinga, Roberta ... 72
Potts, Thomas 72, 112
Prelvitz, Mary 72
Priest, Michael 72, 97
Proebstlo, Robert 72
Rawitzer, William 72. 133
Raymond, Joyce 72
Recke, Byron. 72
Rcinertsen, Virginia 72
Reynolds, Steven 72
Richardson, Mark 72. 95, 112
Rocklin, Richard 72
Rodning, Charles 72, 143
Rolfson, Koren 72
Roscoe, Sheila 72
Rosenow, Philip 72, 132
Rue, Kathy 68, 73
Sanders, Carol 73, 112
Schablin, Judy 73
Scherer, Scott 73, 112
Schmclz, Lee 73
Schneider, Curtis 73
Schultz, Linda 73
Schwarzkopf, Karl 73
Sowall, Patricia 73
Shelton, Glenn 73
Shima, William 73
Siebert, Bevorly 73, 112
Simpson, Jacquoline 73
Slawson, Harry 73
Smtsek, Rosemary 73
Smith, Linda 73, 112
Smith, Margaret. ..... 73
Smith, Sherry .... . . 73
Smith, Terry 73, 112
Soderberg, Diana 73
Soelberg, Roberta 73, 112
Spande, Gerald ... 73, 112
Stafford, James 73. 112
Stemm, Thomas 73
Stevens, Mary 73
Stevens, Thomas .73, 143
Stovenson, Thomas 73
Stien, Kay... 73,112
Stowe, James 73
Strachauer, Cynthia 73
Strom, Chesley 73
Strudwick, Dorothy 73
Swandby, Robert 73
Tang, Warren . . . 73
Tatam, Susan .... 73
Taylor, Richard 73, 97,. 143
Taylor, Steven 73
Tess, Joy Ann 73
Tew, Vicki 73
Tews, Carolyn 73
Thompson, Ted 73, 143
Thoresen, Donn 73
Tibbs, Betsy 73
Timmerman, Charles 73, 95
Trapp, Stephanie 73
Troutman, Ray 73, 133, 143
Tressel, Margaret 73
Tudor, Charlotte 73
Week, Genevieve 73
Wehr, Barbara 73
Weld, Karen 73
Wells, James 73, 143
Wellumson, Lynn 73
Whiteside, Mike 73
Wigen, Sandra 73
Wilson, LaVaan 73
Wilson, Sue 73
Wittke, Diano 73
Wolcott, Ray 73, 143
Wright, Margaret 73
Young, Kenneth 73
Not pictured in classes section.Autographs
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Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.