Ely Memorial High School - Timberlane Yearbook (Ely, MN)

 - Class of 1956

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H' -1-,'.,-- '- -1- ,i' 353.71-'Aiwa' 1 W , Qt, , 1:5 - . - - ' f I - , . -r . , Mary Ann Vranesich Alan Rautio .... Annette Marsnik ,,. Gerald Dolentz .. Therese Slabodnik . . John Sayovitz .. Judith Hillman Nathan Lundgren .. Helen Perko . .. Jo Ann Seliga Sandra Simonick ... Delores Ann Wood . 1956 TIMBERLANE . . . Co-editor . . . Co-editor . . . Senior Editor ... Junior Editor Sophomore Editor . . . Sports Editor ...... Art Editor Business Manager .. . Photographer Co-activities Editor Co-activities Editor . . . Advisor Volume 7 Published by Y Y QI' lx ll' J f r' X 'l 4,5-Wjf, 4' fx- Ap ff' hm!!! ! THE TIMBERLANE STAFF MEMCRIAL HIGH SCHOOL Ely, Minnesota PROUDLY WE HAIL In recognition and appreciation of meritorious service, the sfaIT proudly dedicates this i956 Timberlane to the teachers in our Industrial Arts Department. These men have become a part of the fabric of Memorial High School. Their own personal values have been reflected over and over again in the high quality of work they have always ex- pected from their students. lt is a privilege to honor three such fine gentlemen as Tom Murn, Fred Handberg, and Steve Smrekar. TABLE OF CONTENTS STUDENTS SPORTS FACULTY ACTIVITIES 2 .. ,yi , - 4i1,9'?.q54'rf, ,.f-'H-MQ-g " .yas-'995-r:,..A' , in 3??i: ' 'ifiy . 11-5,.A-xy -fffiwi ' N, ,V , , 32 -51, Q gm? P f 4, . 113,f,.5:: 1 -Q" 1 " '. :ASE J' Q ff is . if 1 .mf I . A aj:-fig 25' ' ffl ,, viqmwifnsu V f A, 1,1 ms, 1 , ' -' 1 - I 'z X. if ,. A- . 'lg gyms! A 5: 3 . A, . k. . ,! V. ',- I in 3? 1 4, QA-'P fix' , A 'Q if 2 jisgxdl 'r shy 'l WY, 4, "'-.. ,fwgll-X Q ul glut, ,A 1 C. . I ,svn M 3 if . 4 Ver? "Hin, . 11- ' 1 -4 E ' W3 Q1 '53 .. I .vt 5 ' x .Mi 'Q 51fQ:.r3'wA5' 1 A HQ-Kia - ' 'lg . f 3 A 5f5gff,'1.3E5?if.,, ' ' A 1' 1-f:43?"Qf,'w.. " ' 1 nxgg wg. , . 59. rp, 4 K, X mfg' f 'f- 2 'fi , 71 ,Ei 3 'e Q v X . 5 km . Y. 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There are certain outstanding events which we will always remember-our fresh- man assembly, the movie and dance we sponsored as sophomores, the suc- J6 ii cessful "April in Paris" prom, our homecoming, our class play. To each one of us, our high school years bring back certain personal memories, whether they be ioys or disappointments, new friendships won, or work well done. Our graduation is a memorable one in our lives. We are leaving pre- pared to achieve our goal in life. In passing, we would like to offer a bit of advice which we believe will make your remaining years in high school more profitable: Take advantage of all the many wonderful opportunities offered you in E.H.S. We think you will be much happier and wiser for it. r lviliplf ,W . .tl 0 , Our Guides D , ay jf Our Leaders ' 1 M l Elizabeth G'ervik, Regina Johnson, James Strang, Frank Wilson, George President, Jose h Zupancich, Treasurer, Kenneth Knapp, Secretary, Mar I D , I P Banovetz, Norma Gourley, John Peninger. ion Hendrickson, Vice-President, Keith Christian. Wk 3 , -...qttpnwf W Be corefull Lets not blow up tne lab' A 20 fl, .I if X ROBERT A He's quiet, he's V gf JOYCE BEAM If I studied, I'd know more than the teachers, and that wouIdn't look right, KEITH CHRISTIAN Our year-around athlete. , BUB H .N ch quieter. always This group paused in their work an the play set to pose for our photographer. SHARON CALL Here's a sweet, little friendly, too. I XX X V01 CARLSON miss-and T per naiity kid of .our class. rn? V My 7' , XJ Z I I wi II J if W ' r !Yx , jk I NI f-Q I r tfyfifd fi!! iff' I P65 r JOHN DEYAK ily right, the worId's wrongs ' pf f Yes our Robert hos o y wi h ffm .,,- Q-.Af2g:" . WN ,.-f tg ,, . fvzsfw aw lm, -f X 1 AN EVANISH l 3' - x . ff! I. ,yff e smiles her troubles away l fl! ' - vw , Q,,,: ' N D -,LV, V Sy - .k,' 1 , ,.-,L ,,. . I U l f lerlr 1 e I , ONNA OJ 'riencl ond llel ful escrlbe h C5 -- r A w V w I . 1 X ' Q, L-r L A s- l 'J X' ll l sl X X J x l fl ll x vm fu N. If l la ,L A 1 ,rv 4 X JI nj l f ALICEE DoNovAN She's likeable ond reliable. r X UP, UU WWMKQTJ 'l lglzzrvawv dlsposmon hm es her A U if HARRIET EWASHEAN I've never regretted my silence fi , -- we nm Wk. A iw H121 we 1515 ,A 5 Q 1 g 4 THOMAS GORSHE He's silenf in manner, but don'1 let ROBERT FRITZ Promoter of mischief. that silence fool you. f M My 19 9 w DENNIS GRAHEK BETTY ANN HALLIDAY sa m i" 1':" School is all right, but there are You can count on her for a 'ob well H A many Things I like much beiter. done, JOSEPH GERZIN H View Angels are perfecf, but l'm human. .,.-f i.. ffl K H The busy bees of Mrs. HnaTko's sewing class. ' f,., jj ss-f l A lm LORETTA HARJU CAROL HARRl There are many people who love to All work and no play does not TOll4, SO l'll le? Them. describe my usual day. l MARION HENDRICKSON .IUDITH HILLMAN KAREN HOKKANEN Or 7 JOE .I K DENNIS JANEKSALA She's well liked because of her Possessor of unusual artisiic ability. You can always count on Karen for He feels sure T I, E.H.S. couldn't He's not really bashful. willingness fo help olfhers. a laugh. survive without . QM. " Axgbilyipj f X.j,,2Vff"! fvf!f3"'4"'S-f'L I ab' . 1' Ll, Cfi,a:,4fs.Jl7f' Cfexfyb- M, - , , f U y 14444, AM lx DONNA .IARVI JEROME .IENKO I JEAN .IUNKE KENNETH KNAPP She's a far way from heaven. Here he is girls-iall, dark, and L'-A? E What she loves more than talk is He laughs of his own iokes for days handsomel A more Talk. 5PU'vs.. I I x 8 , - 1 - -s aff . 'L , V5 A, ' . , ' 135 - ' K Mis .. "v6?iwfjj V - ' -'51,'5gsf"' .gg , fff?f?4? ' - ' ' 37:i1h:1..fgf"11v.. 1525 1 4-'xi 5g42'?fg-'5gj,- -I. . - ,M 'ff 5 V: :unix We ,k,, . V ,A ,F .,,,.., ,,, A,A, We , W, ., .,., as .. , isvigigijff445Zg?QfN -2 gg, 'if5 ,':: ':',v: : 551: If-I".i f iv' if. is . 4 fi, V BETTY KOSCHAK GERALD KOVACH MARJORIE KROMER JAMES LASSI She's sweet, efficient, and friendly. His size is no detriment to his foot- Her heart is in her twirling. He's a woman hater-he hates to fd !.4f!! XYQ, ball abilities. leave them. X ,., ,i,i Xfaff-ffwl - f,,,cf f , 6 'Q It ' w'W'J J 'fi jd AMA My ' ,, U XX yff fl M, l GENE LeROY JAMES LOUSHIN NATHAN LUNDGREN ANITA LUUKKONEN He takes life fafjit c 'es This a gay and a life. e's a man of manners and morals. Not all great people were great ,' fa rv I ' - talkers. 3 3,0 'YL A def if 9 . - -Wg 1 wss-As'-5g.9i,ffs.siH W' fiszisf-ftzfsgfsussi v.,. .2 w.f,3igQ1- A l :l , I' i fttillflrk, A 4 J. ,l .gif I 44.3" if fffvff' 'lx Qui' 3 E, fQ1'A,,VfZ'5 MARY MAKI f' y, if M' 87,4 my Af' Essence of sweetness, model of neat- fl 1 ness. lf! A jffft ,KA n.,L,'l3L' ,' Qi nfl ANNETTE MARSNIK J? of 21 f ivfbf mm . The quest of knowledge is her de- M Q- 4 JJ? 1 'Q ,i ,ff ,fu f ' sf "gh" i ' .jaw my raw yu i .r ,f Q, - ' H V ,V 3 1 . JEANETTE MARSNIK JM 2 .X J fb? jeffd V ll A true-blue personality. t lift J' nl gr' ,Will " F,, 44' ,JL 1 ' 1, fi 1' V ff' My ,lj I? IJ U 1 fgflf -,if L TlMBE1ifANERs ,fender C1 Qloblemf. "tj ' fpidv CHARLES MERHAR m usually cround where theres excitement. JOAN MILLER lts understandable why gentlemen prefer blondes. 1 X lj Q1 6 X5 GS A il! Well, we ore lined up- N af U f' fs . wit' 49 1 iii 21 C, SUSAN MILLER fl My school doys bring bock mony memories. PATRICIA MURPHY This miss is charming ond petite. 10 JOSETTE MUSICH Her merry heart runs on all day VERNA NELIMARK She's friendly toward everyone DONALD NELSON He's shy, but easy to get along with. These Seniors relax after a busy day. Q,, MARGOT NICHOLS Thou art busy about many things, Penney. JACK NIEMI His services are always available. President Starkovich leads this group of Pep Club members in a drill. we 4 ,gm se epteew W 39255 IE amiga? V W5 gmzgggleb P53-SP' -Mg M JUDITH NORTH She has a quiet sense of humor Annis OJALA srlssl L When theres a job to be done T ' call on Ardis. ,, 11 S V r Y ,,. - 'tl Q, ,.. - T 'iv Q KAREN OLSEN BETTY PAHKALA KAREN PAJARI AUDREY PECHEK ARTHUR PELTO l'd like To run a bachelors' home. Her smile would melt an ice cube. Beniamin Franklin would have liked There's never a dull moment when He and his accordion can lfae The f I 1 MW herg her mind is never idle. Audrey's around. life of The party. I K diyfw A . . MUWY , 'N . ZZ fx. K W - , ' ill jj '7 , . UML! ' UW I f lik pol' A NEW' E dl A M lfylxr I D ' V 'rx 'Ne ho XE MW A I L xo doo! i ! is-,Ou W " . . xef L V Oyrlf'-X X JUN N Qj W ew 'mu Y -, ' X C ' - C Sei' gsfl 'Cn HELEN PERKO PETERSON This red-headed miss is efiicient and o a dependable. wav lt OW W 54? 'i ll I f Q 1 if l If I 4 l f JUDITH PUCEI. if She soys what she thinks on more besides. All ,'-egg W. QQ ALAN RAUTIO shines through his eyes. PATTI PLUTH GERALD POSHAK If only school didn't interfere with A swell friend to have other activities. DAVID RAVNIKAR He's Q quiet man, but quite c mon Jitsu Q. , h,.q I -KAAA L , ill A:-' VE :II ,R ' f'Fi'f77? -fewezfeff 5. i RRI l,. : 9' " 'AL 'L , gf :" 355 ,73-1. . 1 flfrsfkfgfggegfwflsgszgifisegig 13555111 2fY1?fJ::Q L' ff JOHN SAYOVITZ He reflects real abilities. ROSE SC O school is liberty ive me death MAR HWEGEL Full of fun, she' liked by all. Xi il N J I IJ JOHN ROSANDICH Does anyone have so many troubles? EDWARD RUZIC God gave us legs, but I'Il take my car. ROSE MARIE SASEK I just don't tell all I know. JOHN SELIGA ' A Not that I like school less, but I I , like vacations better. A X If ll CAROL sms fl lf y ' Y! As cn friend she can't be beatf 7 I I , I I, V RICHARD sMm-I f I A man among men-and omong I WOUICD, foo. S I 3, .,fw,e-fe: www . A - -vfffrwwvwfrs-jfi' 'Y' "W " 'ff' ' 'i ' "' 1 - My iff I I-.f I . I lf""' 1' I I V L.L,. 8 linking 0 jjrgfj YELZW3. 'Q 14 rl ILLIAM soMERo ' Nome it, I did it. . cukrls STARKMAN .G N' . N In Qreot ottroction for school I M JF, I ' ' . an Q b Sp he con store ot them for I M., I fi LOIS STARKOVICH Whenever I get on :dec to study, I Iie down until it goes owoy. kgs Q-was -vlgnf A? FREMONT TAYLOR It's soid thot good things come in smoll pdckoges. DIANA THOMPSON Here is o cheerful ond vivocious little miss. MARY LOU TKALCICH Her dromotic obility is outstanding. se 'MQAP lf g CLARA STEPHENSON E ll? ,iiiffff J Her eyes reveal much thoughtfulne . , .jV MJ -ei C' If If IV JJ CHARLOTT M Q Her smil?-, flown. er cz I . ifiewg, M L, gl 4i6!Ln,1fi 1 V' If X I- ll C fArl?1'6IE1l AKAVI z ' X f IVV hot sh wonjtjyninst oufil f X l I ' is hers If I '19 . S '-M. M5125 Q' 3 4 ,ai . Q xx gg? It X -b f My fx. I -. ' -iff -72. . '- N 'gp ji . . Q was-kylie fling SHARON TOUTLOFF She won't live long-single. 'ig X . ap I 5 AU" 'wwfis 5 ,N N X 5 X X X XX X. XXX . by ' X 4. WX, , ,VX X. M M . R all JOSEPH VENE Mr. Music himself. JP ll Off . 11 f ff ROBERT WILMUNEN JAMES ZUPANCICH He's always around when there's Who said only angels were happy? something to be done. .. nx'X'Q.4 .11 533331 l L, A W. V Jiqf X-ann-wuif X , XXQMW . X EP ? , f X 51 93 X ,fl X Q X , fx,xf f xg Q ggi. ,Bmw B 'Dm-Pts, 'uk K ,MX -Awww MARY ANN VRANESICH EMILY ,X if X . aff' , vi ' I HQ isp, f U LOIS WICKMAN Combine pleasing personality and There is a et part of school is its vaca emciency and you've got Mary Ann. eyes. P A A Attllons. 1 A l rt ,I I 'X .ll ,lifl Y fl! X ,Jf C, Q . K mf ,J-4 Q. , . X R uf . -A ' -3 ff f fy A VIN ' v D X U x H XXDJ I W XXX jk XX A cl' . X ' D! F Y , ffl AH' f 1 - x l 'L ' X X-JXVQY, A- -im x 'QV ' 'XJ JOSEPH ZUPANCICH One trouble with school is that interferes with my sleep. 'Xxp qbrllnzsil ! it lt cloesn't mat er h ou spell my name, l'll change ith some day any- way. JOAN ZUPEC She is o good historian, she has such a memory for dates. K' . X' xl tvi lit? . ,, X u xt Xtiml v . X i ,kliux f i if ...R RX 1 .wf,Mfn'5f'if X " X A it 'N A 1 X A an K RX XM we t F Rb xy V N 31 ,Q N X-i"'W f W 'WW A JPN' X X A V f i X 'Q-fj'Ws'tf' un-adam., 'Nga M 2 'WWA . f "'iL..- .W da Y ik. When We Were Young and Gay 1. Charlofie Sfoll 2. Judy Pucel 3. James Lassi and Judy Hillman 4. Rose Marie Sasek 5. Emily Oiala 19. Curiis Sfarkrnon, Mary Maki, and Alan Raufio 20. Karen Paiari 21. Alice Donavon Wahiberg 6. Karen Olsen 7. Penny Nichols 8. Charles Merhor and Theresa Zupancich 9. 22, Washington kindergarten class 23. Jerry Jenko and John Deyak 24. Sheila Buskirk DeAnn Forlier 10. Joan Miller 11. Loretta Evenocheck 12. Audrey Pechek 13. Joan Evanish 25. Diana Thompson 14, Dennis Grahek 15. Adolph Dolenshak 16. Loretta Harju 17. Joseph Gerzin 18. Ardis 5'1A1i ' .i1':', -'2Ap 2 il A1hA1"1?1' f Treasurer, James Smrekar, Secretary, Judy Masnari, Vice-president, Leora Ducharme, Advisor Mr. Hnatko and President Robert Brobin get together to discuss junior probe and President, Robert Brobin. lems. THE JUNIORS We Juniors entered our freshmen year like a tribe of Indians. James Krall was chosen Chief. The year ended without much accomplished, though we had fun at parties, et Cetera. In our sophomore year, we returned entirely exhausted from a hard vacation. Joyce Haglund, elected president, presided throughout the year. Again, we left the school for vacation without accomplishing very much. Entering our iunior year, we decided to buckle down. Starting with an almost empty treasury, we started on a long run to earn money tor the prom. As all proms go, ours was a huge success. We are looking forward to that last delightful and active year. Richard Ahola James Anderson fic Qf . A . if '- ,. ve v. N ii" fl J x J --it sfi K """" , 4' p-...J Richard Anderson Kenneth Bachar Marsha Banovetz John Beel Bert Bergland Swv Q4 1 l 5 Frank Zupec James Smrekar -wal.. . af A . Q. ...ff f A Word about the Juniors The Junior-if I am right, are l29 in number. The Juniors-now take my word, are never found in slumber. The Juniors-don't interrupt-of nineteen fifty-seven, Are active? Bright? and talented? lOf course, they're going to heaven.l You see the Juniors going to class-with dragging feet and slow, Looking like men coming home from work in seven feet of snow. But, all in all, we're proud to say, We're part of Memorial High today! Caroline Boldin Robert Brobin Georgine Bubash Suzanne Bubash Paul Buccowich William Bunney David Clwelesnik Susan Cherne Janice Dietrich Russell Doian Gerald Dolenrz Leora Ducharme Ronald Eliofi Gerald Filson Joseph Folz Patricia Gawboy sw . iz . 1 L i.,: v x -1 s .,., " , , ,. , A Q, i'?ix'x':5 N4-vv-',4 'ws tif 1-E. s,.s . f N' We .S Hs fsz.. siii i l sl s 1 ' .kky is V L ii' RAM -f f V Az- .- "ss"--3.-:m,L.:.,,,:.. 1' immm-fmnq1mL X J- V MQW ig Q A . Parris' fe if shi gm? fgwamg fm-, .1 . ----f Qgfeg, , I : gm : e 2 fre m y ..- .,,--A.,. 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Muriel Germek Jo Ann Glinsek Phyllis Godec Joyce Hcglcnd Roger Horio Beffy Horfleben Douglas Houfulo Shirley Herrclcl William Hill John Hufar Daniel Javor Sheldon Johnson Lynn Jordon Helen Kehus Dennie Klobuchcr Jerome Klun Arthur Knuutfi Mary Jo Kobe William Koivisfo Marie Kozar James Krall Anihony Kuznilc Kathleen Lassi Mae LaTourelle Paul Lekatz Arlene Lemke Darlene Lepisfo Jaan Lindbeck Lance Lindy George Mahovlich James Maki Mavis Maki ,ig "11lu.e . 3 gi K Qs E V fi 5 ,,ff: r if 5 a l a,aal K. A N. ' i """ my .2 we M, I 3 , , V, .1 W ,Au A N ' ff gm P X ' , J 3 A ff 4' 3 1 at. - FQ Kiwi I . 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'ff A W ...h,:.,,m4p..4L-iQQ, f ,,.',E,W,-...w..4Q.,'Qf ' ""'T"""' " 'A gf Mil" Aim I B hi SIQ- I 5 Q I IIIII wffl aw 'I' I a is wi 3' L I Ii I 'md 125 9' ,. ,, 1 Q A I '-5 W- 'iii .,:.L g . 'J 2 N lf C35 T T2 ff' I MXL? , I Ay XX Q4 .W , -ok Tg""2l' MQ- ' ' I I -f.q+:f,. arf" Aww I , T-7iifi.Ta. 'A 'A HELEN SAZDOFF SYLVIA SEEKEL JUNE SELIGA MAY SELIGA MARION SERSON MARION SKALA MARTIN SKALA DIANE SKRADSKI DOLORES SMITH PAUL SMREKAR RONALD SORJANEN JOAN STRUKEL MARILYN TANTTARI .IUDITH TAST ELIZABETH TOMLJANOVICH LORETTA TOMS JUDITH TOMSICH ARDIS TORFIN ERMA TORFIN NANCY TOUTLOFF MICHAEL TUOMALA MARY URMAS JOHN VESEL RICHARD WAGNER JUDITH WARD DAWN WEISINGER JOSEPH WILLIAMS MARY ANN WIRKKANEN L . , 5 I I. .V LW 31 I I 3 Kc 2 , I ,C,I ,ff 5 DOROTHY we f DENNE ZAKRAJSEK I f I' VERONICA ZGONC I A EDWARD ZDPANCICH ID A ,.,. DDIDD i f 'S .. . 1... if . f , I ,C,5 I T3 2 Sth ,,,, Q1 4 Q 41-M A"A fs? :kk kk E M Q 2 za' X sf Q A- , nj, 11-J"'m"f- .. H 'f-W' :.ff:m'4:i 'H-:pl "1-, ,, ,W X ' -,s fi! " 'DR-,' I ,if 'S ' ia m fa. Em Q, il' . ,X ,.,.x ,Q ,,qfrf,5?5?1S if 'W ' - Ak I , -V Z NV V4 A, A ,W 42' :kf!L,.1Vf. , K.., K 'wr I mm I ff is , N 5 2, ,I Q v A xW Y D 3 3 C I 2. .. ,Q 3 32, .. T - 2 Ugg . 'Ig 3' faifwf A vp? 2 1525. THE SOPHOMORES .J mn vm, ' ROBERT TOMSICH GARY THENO President Vice President i - l W,-.W,1" 5 2 JOHN ROVA MR. MCREADY JAN NILSEN Secretary Chief Advisor Treasurer 27 1-Q , QQ ' . ' I A . 4 Q1 f 'L , if I. Chernivec, A. Royex, J. Koivisfo, D. Mcxroff, R. Jondrey J, Aholo, M. Skule, L. Golobich, T. Slobodnik, M. Borrovich MRS. FRED'S HOMEROOM K. Lundeen, S. Hoczpolc, C. Holm, M. Ryan, J. Kovach L. Zgonc, R. Oiulo, A. Prosnicki, E. Beam, A. Polombi I. Muhvich, L. Zbocnik, M. Schoenwether, M. Klug 28 fn ...m.m....- ,wg V -1. ,,. . . . ,Q . . . . 5 , fi - I. I ,N Z .. J mm' I Q MM... , H I ' ' ML V' :WJ N A FV? " ik -A is if . X3 M. 1 R Q ,G f .ML J E Q L r ' -if ,A . I? I 2 'w , A ' X . K. 5 1 gy 3 P L Yodlosky, M. Weinzierl, P. Ferderber, S, Prosnicki, F. Skube MR. BAILEY'S HOMEROOM B. Kovoch, R. Grohek, C. Maki, J. Muhvich, W. Pelto T,Lu1honen, B Lobe E Frntz J Lcarsen S Klun J Wchlberg i ' L.. 1 :if ,....,....... . ,W 5' , L 1 as if ' 5 +35 " . Q Jfifv L- 2 JM . . SA 3 QR , , 2' l rwflng, ..- .fail-gs ,s ' 1'1" M' . . - ' .-fi' . . . 3 fnpm5.:,,1,,, 3, f 29 Q al ,, . A 5 . . I . 4 s i D. Gosperlin, J. Seligm, J. Jorvi ffrom Mr. Bc1iley's homeroom? G. Berglund, A. Borclwordt, T. Koschok, J. Anderson, R. Riikolo MR. McREADY'S HOMEROOM BELOW R. Yuzno, W. Mol-celo, J. Williams, G. Somero, M. Boggs J. Whitt, K. Johnson, C. Coll, C. Crorhers, B. Moroni Lie? 2f?zs"f.g.:fpz 151 1 ' aw Q 30 J J. HRH, E. Esferberg, M. Doran, F. Lundgren ffrom Mr. McReody's homeroomi ,M- P. Nikkinen, S. Simonich, M. Merhor, M. Nichols, M. Zuponcich MRS. HNATKO'S HOMEROOM BELOW L. Aholo, M. Beoty, R. Holmsfen, M. PfeHer, G, Monni EL ii pp .ma rx . .ma 4.5. up W 1 , ,.. Hi W HSA A. Dorgontinu, D. Ceror, G. Mistek, B. Carlson, J. Rosondich a I E ,Q x .Q x Q I V4 Kam f BJ Y i Y l I :B 1 KI mM.b..M .M r.,..r.w.. .gk A.. 1 X ipvfi ,'-k ' f 5 is I A 3 2 H ' . T J A 591 iii.. A . 1: I , . an 'E'-L as v -'Q L ' vw ' Gif Q. iff- a '- K . . A, . . J J . 5 -.- 1 J YH " ,X 7 6 J 4 KN .. ..i t., , . . . , D. Annerer, J. Deyok, L. Laine, M. Jonekselcu, J. Pucel, S. Farkas, J. Pckkola S. Doran, J. Trotnik, J. LeDonne, R. Preblich, G. Levcr Cfrom Mrs. Hnctko's homeroom? MR. CLARK'S HOMEROOM BELOW J. Novak, K. Srarkmun, P. Newville, M. Sonsted, B. Engelhort, M. Oksted G. Tuthill, D. Hokkonen, E. Nilsen, R. Musich, R. Motti!o f I 32 -cr ft, .. J. Evanish, J. Plurh, D. Pucel, J. Hendrikson, W. Makela lfrom Mr. Clark's R. Nerva, T. Osfrander, R. Cameron, L. Buchife, R. Carlson home roomj Miss Johnson's Homeroom Below M. Richards, V. Deyak, C. Driscoll, D. Delak, J. Seliskar K. Pruse, J. Benedix, J. Pennala, S. Nelson, B. Carlson E I ...A 33 More gurls from Mass Johnsons homeroom A Lunko J Glinsek, R. Dcrg So homore Stud Hall? Hordworkmg Sophomores weigh, ..h:, THE FRESHMEN T, .,, is L ig T T T ge-tt ttcct .fs s H 'X T +9 Q- .P The class of l959, proud to be the largest in our high 2 7 N 'X lg' school, has a personality all its own. The individual mem- L oo- fi . . . . . . . . . 'W M N4 bers believe in active, it somewhat noisy, participation in our many activities. From the first school dcxy in September they at once became ci living port of our whole school life. W This active class is divided into five homercoms. V l 5,4 A ,Z President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer RlCHARD FRITZ DENNIS GRIMMER LORETTA JOHNSON BARRY WILLIAMS ADVISORS Gerald Ludvigson, Leonard Klun, Josephine Joksha, and the chief advisor, Gertrude Clancy. Missing in this picture ore A. Roy Johnson and Steve Sfnrekcr. Miss Jaksha's Homeroom fx ., .tm fs s K M, 35 Mr. Leino's Homeroom Mr. Duus' Homeroom Mr. Ludvigson's Homeroom Miss Clcncy's Homeroom 77 V-W... 36 MAQXQQ 'wear mL-f ,V A. wsegwrr, . ,af-'ff' - ..f:,g1LI,x:A--Af.,fT2?,,gR..-Z-.ily V - J,- ' :T-"2-1hfi'if-EEK'-TIF?-" ' ' ' '- ' ' ji?" , .-:ax ,Q '. .1 . ,.g't,.i -Fig:-:g,:., V, .. -- ..--L1-ff lil' 1-,life-7'f"'3 M? Z ,.f-QI.-rf: . ,5g5'fIf.', .1 "Y A ' ' 5, 5 --f-fr ' - A 1 ' -fl: 'fr-: 1. H .5 1-3.JQ'rlg9dx wr ' 'Q .,,+2gf5f.'fgd--2'f?'-81-'Q' 5 qj ff' 'i - lfiifxl'-P. ,. :Qi P mxa -if. .Ig--u .- 'Q . , , ' If M 51 gm.. E- - T' -neu: if Ji. "Yan, 4 K sntmgn,-A L g,x,a 14 . , I .- .. 4 47 3'-25. ' . . -,zrmiw-2 f---l.....'..,. "' jgf, .g-- -x , .j-yr 4.1 ' t -V igdxglqlwzfyn - !f" Ni? - f ,,- . f,s:as'5'Z7.i5'3v,i'.,13:i.'-"' ' rx. +- -A r-'if - . .. 1-' -.'.-:'ff'2 -- -X ' - -- L- ' ,gy5wybsQ.ef.:1fg?e"" '73, ,. - '- -in 'L Y . 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" ' if .5 no if ' if 4,1 -Q ... w,-fr is . , Q .LL eh L. , , -, ,, ..::-.,w,A+-k- ,.: 'H " zlzufz.-H 1.-an f ' A -V' . 1 .K .G++ v-. ..,,,5v.l MN, ., a, 4, nw, MQ., -, '1,,.-,w .W -. ' - M - , , fu ,vim ,.3..:.' -, N w., --wud rw ,, , ,, , . "Wg4E:h'?.:x--,f : W.fw1f1w1-we W -mfg.:f.+1: ' J f J ADMINISTRATORS The efficiency with which our school is run is due in part to careful planning and the carrying out of a multitude ot details which escape the attention ot many of the pupils. We wish to thank the members of our Board of Education and the ad- ministrators tor their long-range interest in our welfare. These individuals maintain our efficient and smooth running school system. , dy K W. J. Langen, Principal W. J. Murphy, Superintendent Peter Moscatelli, Lawyer Rennold Theno, Treasurer John Muhvich, Chairman Mi-5, lsqbel Koski, Director Louis Gornick, Office Clerk John Artisensi, Director Edward Porthon, Clerk John Buccowich, Director 37 John Peninger-Social Problems, Trigonometry, Delores Wood- English, Latin, TIMBERLANE Advisor, Norma Grourley-English, German, Robert Drescich-American and World History, Coach. Erik Duus-General Science, Physics, Laurin Leino-Biology, General Science, Audio-Visual Aids, George Banovetz-Chemistry, Geometry, Gerald Ludvigson-Algebra, Geometry, Foot- bclll Coach. FACULTY Josephine Jaksha-English, HI-LITES Ad- visor, A. Ray Johnson-English, Speech, Catherine Chimzar-Typing, Bookkeeping Ottice Practice. Jorma Kangas-Business Education, Kenneth Clark-Typing. Theresa Fred-English, Elizabeth Giervile Speech, English, Play Production, Michael Hnatko-American History, Counseling, Leonard Klun-Boys' Physical Education, Driver Training, Swimming Coach, Peter Moroni-Boys' Physical Education, Driver Training. f 'Q' 511 fs , ti 't "9" K rr' gg3P':,' '31 . i K i 1 S Marilyn Setula-Girls' Physical Education, Health, Helen Lemmer -Girls' Physical Education, Health, Edward BuckleyiAthletic T.. Director, Health, Physical Education. Steve Smrekar-Mechanical Drawing, Metals, Fred Handberg-Machine Shop, Richard Ekhaml- Assistant Instrumental Music Instructor, James Strang-Instrumental Music Instructor. 1 me time 1 Ernest Bailey-World Hisforyf Thomas Murn-Woodwork, Mechni- col Drawing, Fred McRecdy-Physics, Mcnhematics, Hockey Coach. ,wome 00 SOKW95 Swgexl - Y 7 NWO YYXP QLOOO ,vw ,W ymsov 1099 'WO xo Forma Qxlig 066651 00 40 Elmo Pekkolo-General Scienceg Verna Sensfad-Mathematics, Wilfred Broun-History Civics, Boskefboll Coach, Bruce Bullard-Speechg Gerdc Lindberg-English, Margaret McLeod-Geographyg Eldon Foster-Social Studies: lsoclc Martell-Mathematics. Rose Forfier-English, Declomofionf moficsf Gertrude Clancy-Civics. 41 John Perko-History, Mothe- Wd Q fns, 7600, fgcfor 05-XZ :broi- ibn: 55,6 Mos 'Dlx lfbr C71-Ib 0. no 'UG '447 Son XVO CQ! L ' K , ,fe Y . X - - 9' ,. V13 ,, L ye ' YN ' V 'N , L," " L x a .X X Ve M r - A X. i six 7- ,W . Y , f x ' y. - ,, ., W - - N, i "' " M , .ei yr yr 3 f' Q 1. ,,-f Mrs Michael Hnatko Home Economics 5 Sl mg-4' N069 owe i check Marion, smite' O- E, Df- Pxnn SNOW ond dis g05i' Secretaries Irene Bruia and Angeline Pertz smile for the photographer. Cafeteria manager and cook Lottie Sletten with her assistant Ann Pfefier. fnen 42 diy 10,7 ffor Jo G G olobldy and John Peru sgekr 2 f -. ,gn Q w 1171? ' 1., - Jug: 1, . , "Ig:-.zLz's--, QM A 'ff - - Q, - , .. gp- '- ZULVT., ' " . , , -1 "" 14 Q'-,...' - . .,..,4-15 " , ,, iii?--2,:1"'r "5 ' " ' ' , - 55? -i . Sf 31, 4: W z -ik' V. ' T ' . ' 5 if 1 R131 E ' V". W " M 'f"I,ff17Q5EiQQ3.!Ql?5! K 'Eg FE - .-, V...-..-,.m,...-. ' ,, --------N-f,vg,-:-M, . .......,,....,.,..:,,,,. ,D gfif, 3,117 t v 1.,...w., 41.1.-.wmr.-ex'ufmwJa,r+f41:auvu-'ann - ,M .ff- I' I' .-JW' . N . . .W . ,g-wfrj-. 5 N ,fa , 'V 1 , rr' Q 5 Q ' I' ,gg E ' 2 J' i?79:.?4'fl'Z'5 . I iff? L if M' . , - Je, -bbq -4 M. , .EA ff.-1 f gr ij ,J . 5 ' ' ,- TW!-"g. , - . -,,., , .. 557: wg ,ajft 4' ,,-g..,- 1 N-1.2 4 1 Y, -n 4 . ,sv . - Tw . . A. 75 "if: .- l Q ,.. . JL. . ' ' - wt. -T552 .., ,N 6 Front Row: J. Muhvich, J. Kava, Jan Nilsen, R, Brobin, G, Kovach, R. Elioft, B. Berglund. Second Row: E, Porthan, manager, J. Pryatel, J. Lassi, K. Christian, R. Wilmunen, J. Richards, E. Zupancich, C. Merhar, J. Zupancich, R. Smith, Coach Ludvigson. Third Row: P. Buccowich, G. lvianni, R. Musich, R, Mattila, L. McNeal, A. Rhein, R. Deyak, J. Smrekar, M. Skala. play, Ely... .... 20 Duluth East . Ely... .... 39 Chisholm ... Ely... ... 7 Coleraine .. Ely... ...l8 Eveleth Coach Luclvigson shows the ends, Jim Smrekar and Jim Lassi, an important B Ely... ..l2 Grandl2apids.....l3 Possessed with a fighting spirit, the Ely Timberwolves powered their way to six wins and three losses during the season. The Wolves gained respect in the Iron Range Con- ference by virtue ot their tour straight wins at the beginning ot the season. The turning point ot the season was a heartbreaking i3 to 12 loss to Grand Rapids. Several of the players from the team gained recognition on the All-Conference Team. Hibbing ... . . .34 Virginia ......... i2 international Falls .42 Two Harbors ..... 6 Jerry Kovach Joe Zupancich Ray lSamD Carlson Bob Wilmunen Dick Smith Halfback Guard Guard Center Halfback The four horsemen of Ely High School, C. Merhar, R. Smith, K. Christian, and G. Kovach run through a play Jerry Jen ko Quarterback MZ? ' 35333412 .Si? ZQ'?535Si9i??Y5 1 'i'l- MW if 411529 is9iQ?Jf75 f ' ilfbflffilii ti hifi! Z-Sllfai W S?.lQ?i,1i'f3:xi?i?E1"'Hl' Q iw "ii5Si???f25ffSfB6iii Jim Lassi Chuck Merhar Alan Rhein Bob Deyak Keith Christian End Fulllocck Guard Tackle Quarterback The seven mules of Ely High School, left to right. J. Smrekar, J. Richards, J. Zupancich, E. Zupancich, R. Elioff, B. Deyak, and J. Lassi line up, ready for action. 3 1 Q Z Joe Jamnick Tackle fmawwwm.a:.ww.i.mixmmrgkmw 1.245115-gi el 1,33 .533 ff, 7 'www mufzgvmic 2i,..'zw'i.Q- may .1z.-muvulmss.-1g.m:f.s.ii:ewwfmuxwmmm.fwQrmmmwgxmsamnffamMmH:v'mWWiwH 2 E M F 1 x x v f 2,11 47' I M gpg 'X X 2 XJ! x 3' 5 K I Q ff . ,Q E ...--- hs .. 1 ,V ' ' ,bg-mgwagfhl f ' ww.. ,A X. J if ? X K: 4, Wjfx, V 5 3,1 ' 4 5 1 -J, 5: 1 sm ak y '?9wg, , j SG Roberi Fritz Joseph Zupcncich Everett Pempeck Biil Koivisio Lance Lindy Alon Routio Mike Toumolcz Don Debeltz SWIMMING First Row-left to right: C. Gcmwboy, P. Tuomcxio, T. Strebenc, Th. Sfrebenc, R. Dolenfz, W. Pertulio, J. Lossilo, C. Johnson, E.Jc1hoio. Second Row-left To right: B. Koivisto, M. Tuomaic, E. Pempeck, A. Knutti, A. Rczutio, L. Lindy, J. Lassi, W. Erkkila, Coach Klun, Monoger A. Rhein. Third Row-left to right: R. Anderson, D. Debeltz, E. Nilsen, R. Porthon, J. Nilsen, P. Ferderber, J. Krol, W. Doientz. Jim Lcissi Rick Anderson llluf We ,W uf, mil: ' T"'b'wm,. BASEBALL Under The oble leodership oT Mr. Drescich, bose- boll wos inougurmeol oT Ely This p,osT yeor. The Teom wos mode up chiefly of ployers wiTh Arnericon Legion Junior Boseboll experience. During The seoson, The Ely Teom deTeoTed Tower Twice ond Auroro once, while losing Twice To o sTrong EveleTh Teorn. WiTh oll The ployers reTurning This yeor, prospeds look good Tor o successful seoson. A Sw ' M Tl T A 'ff' rf' .T ' f' T Y we TT , W WW W 3 . , A .T is 'K ' . - 'X il lf ,' fy' M ofa . T bi Q g '19, L A T rm Eg if-i f if QSM T ', 3 ' ' 'ff Tigfjf' :jr A- f 5,7 .T T T527 RTM , llgil fi z yf q -T'TT5' 'T A L- 'T T R - 'KY I 'L T -:T 2 ' . ' 24 T' H E 'X , r ET. i 9 Q ., 4.15 gym T MTfl.,,,,,, ,, if s , E5 ', - ..g ff., ' TW T T N fl ' M l V3 T , 2 I T! V, X gl My 'ff T Q sf -A ' I 5 ,3 Q65-M T : .K T L T 1,55 xr . , Ely 5 EveleTh i3 Ely 2 EyeleTh i3 Ts 1 A E, TT V . I , 5 ' T, s rl VV-:T T - sf?-T -T Tk ' RJ ' ' '- Ely 7 . Tower 3 Ely l2 , Tower l f TT5 ' TV w A A ., -T ,, , I . .. ' , gg ls' T' T T T. , , 1 im 'Tr' . T f kv 'T .1 - 'I Ely Ql Auroro 5 W W AVAL . A lrklv T ,..., . 1, . T TTT,: H N I V TT,,, ' '11 V,', ' " H T., ,TTT -3j TT q, +fsi:fT " W- rs .MT ,,TTT , T Q -' ""' Q , lz iigrlfrvfryx gi' ' mil, - mf ,,T:5r,,g,,4TT:k 'MT,,T,,V3'fTlT - il k? Af 7ll'f,f4i1fT75L-'7"T ,, T LT ' E T Front row, leTT To righTwPaul Buccowich, Bob Deyak, John Deyak, John SayoviTz, Tom Gorshe, KeiTh ChrisTian, and Frank SayoviTz, Second row- Cocich Braun, John Rosandich, Joe Jamnick, NaTe Lundgren, John Richards, Jon Passi, and Ed Zupancich. "The guard passes To The swinger and drives pasT The swinger. The swinger Tries . . J' BASKETBALL Upholding The Tradition of lasT year's Team, The Ely Timberwolves again advanced To The disTriCT finals. The Wolves were a feared Team ThroughouT The season and They scored many impressive vicTories. They won I7 games and losT only 5. The maioriTy of The 5 losses were hearTbreakers, The Wolves losing by only o Tew poinTs. The Team was senior dominaTed and Turned in an admirable performance. Ely 4l .. . . Grand Rapids 35 Ely 67 ... ., Tower Ely 56 , ,. ,. ST. Cloud CaTh, 52 Ely 67 . ,. .... Hibbing Ely 73 ., Two Harbors 5l Ely 58 . , , lnT. Falls Ely 84 .,.. . ,... Cook 5i Ely 74 . ..,. Virginia Ely 66 .,.. ..., C hisholm 52 Ely 72 Tower Ely 39 Gilberi 48 Ely 65 ,. . . Embarrass Ely 55 .,. .. MT. Iron 43 Ely 57 .., ,. STarbuck Ely 48 . .. .,.. Coleraine 52 Ely 63 . . . AUVOVG Ely 62 . . . . , EveleTh 58 Ely 70 . , , EveleTh Ely 67 .... Buhl 62 Ely 63 ., lnT. Falls Ely 62 ,., ,.,Biwabik 46 Ely 68 . . Aurora 50 s M sr- , new - .so-W -sfmmqszi-m.-.i.l "This is a baskeTball Bo yak Forward bDe John Sayovifz Center Keith Ch ' John Rosandicn Guard Torn G Guard orshce John Dcycnk Guard rlsfion Forward Joe Jamnick Forward Nat e Lundg ren Center Left To fight, fron? row-E. Esferberg, G. Theno, R. Nirvo, F. Lundgrem, cmd R, Moftilo. Back row-Coach Broun, J. Evonlsh. B, Kovoch, E. Zuponcich, R. Jondrey, R. Tomsiclw, ond Manager B. Bcxriclw. B TEAM by all Q an gf af wi 410' Q.: 2 PM ,f . 15 nf,- hw 1:3 ' U .L , . pa g A , ,,,. ,, ' ' " ' Z' , .115 ,QV ,vig k ml? ,,., -V 3 L 3' F ww " " ..,..... , , ' L T L 5 Q'5"ilI ' 4 V 4 5922 A Jai I , fkk, f, V xii V 4 Ah m,,f2fg,g Q gg jx ,gl 9 Q 4 y - 5' ' ., L, -fy lf. L3-3 -."h K K Jil M... . , H N M H A A L. , H - , W '-'., ,Q A 5. ' A F' gg I 2 -g 111: 4 f hm .,.' -L ' '1 5 'ffl XV ' ' ' - 4 f ' wEmMLiM.,IQ2iT wLEx55?W:m2'f35356f5 iafsvmf ,,,g,gf.g2,Qg-551-ffffigif'ggi .L lf 1 wg- QSM J M5 K M mr K we 'M' X' 5?-5. . ,ffa'?f5 x s:5'Wii ,,,, V55-J' U4 -, ,,,, A -f . .,,f. .1z.w:Mf..f'f ww. was A W 4.1 . X Sf' 'I-Q. if f W J- ww 11755 M 'L f .21Mszfahw,, ff 92,32 W 7'Lhh A v- , . .-.1f1:27ff+6A:-Tb . ,-,fl In V A.,.,7,: aw pm, N '?5b"1'- " .qv .-,- ' 'JA 'n fsqj-, .- .1,.11?f,J, "-?'J'1,,:L' W., ,,g,..,, ., .,,n,,,, . L. "9'?fJ.if-'5 'MES- H ,, ,I . 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Besides The many hours spent in Room 2l3 in putting the book together, This industrious money-conscious group has also suc- cessfully sponsored tvvo coffee socials and a spaghetti supper. i The senior seven, Marsnik, Rautio, Vranesich, Perko, Hillman, Sayovitz, and Lundgren, discuss an appar- ently important problem. The close cooperation and combined talents of all the staff members have contributed to the success -of The book. Included in the TIMBERLANE family are: Seated left To right-Nate Lunclgren, business manager, Joan Seliga, activities editor, Annette Marsnilc, senior editor, Mary Ann Vrane- sich, co-editor, and Miss Wood, adviser. Back row-Gerald Dolenz, iunior editor, Theresa Slabodnik, sophomore editor, Alan Rautio, co-editor, John Sayoviiz, sports editor, Sandra Simoniclc, activities editor, Judy Hillman, art editor, and Helen Prelco, photographer. S Simonick, A. Rautio, J. Sayovitz, and N, Lundgren appear N. Lundgren, A. Rautio, and G. Dolentz, with assistance from visitor A. Rautio, J, Hillman, and G. Dolentz make sure everything to be enioying their work. Knapp, are busy at their paper-work iheart cuttingj. is under control for the coffee social. 1, ,,,, . f,,, .. .. . H. . . Reporters Buskirk, Bubash, Sasek, and lvlavetz Work on a story tor the Hi-Lites. Our high school paper, the Ely Hi-Lites, is published bifrnonthly with the capable assist- ance ot advisor Miss Josephine Jalcsha, the editor Ken Knapp, and his statt. This publica- tion covers EHS events, vvhich include all social, educational, and athletic activities. ees n will A-ia, p, w. , . 3... 2' X in ii fi Tk J' J 'f vm -W ,, ,eww - 11,7 -r . , f fzf 'af-3 I :. ,F x. jeff: 7' - ,j,f, 1' - 2 ' ' as :Qi-if itil-+53 2 5 pgfilf . f x , , .4 L. J ,g 3, HQ, ,i g , WJ, l ' 9 f , ,.' l ' W- A. , -, ' , if L Y FV 1 57 t A 3' 4 . -' ..-1. - H, 4 gf V f 1 if .J W f , , ' , ,. fe f r J s ' K ' f ? X if T J 1 x . ' li f . ' c Front row: lett to right-Janet Korkki, Sandra Simanick, Marianne Sansted, Gloria Mistelc, Eunice Fritz, Mary Ella Klug, Clorene Call, Back row-Shirley Klun, Carolyn Crotlters, Joanne Novak, Margaret Merhar, Mary Lou Skule, Theo Lutlianen, Janice Rosandiclw. Rhyfhmetfes This three-year-old group of sophomore girls has appeared at var- ious programs and is now a part of the Junior Musical, Presiding at the weekly meetings are Sandra Simanick, president, Mary Lou Slcule, secretary-treasurer, Margaret Merlfiar, pianist, and Mr, Wil' son, advisor. J. Novak, C. Crotliers, M. Merhar, ond T. Luthanen are trying their luck on a new piece. , .d1mum,siQ,mu,,i,f iugmr, . ro IJ ' Q L X, S C at srii s'i.l: 1 l 5 a 'lvl f Quill and in This year, tlie Quill and Scroll organization enlarged its membership, Starting with Eve memlsers il Alan Rautio, Ken Knapp, Jolun Sayovitz, Mary Ann Vranesich, and Alice Dono- van, tlie number ot members was increased to twelve at the initiation banquet H31 in Janu- ary, Tlwe new members are: Gerald Dolentz, Helen Perko, Judy Masnari, Diana Thompson, Emily Wal1lbei'g, Annette Maisnik, and Judy Hillman LQT. Front row, left to right-M. Vranesich, H, Perko, B. Koschak, S. Call, L. Ahola, K. Lassi, N, Toutloff, M. Kotchevar, J. Smrekar, P. Newville, J. Bene- dix, J. Palcher, D. Cerar, L. McNeal, R, Sasek. Second row, left to right-L. Ducharme, D. Hokkanen, S. Haapala, K. Lundeen, G. Pirtz, D. Grimrner, J, Seliga, J. Krall, A. Rautio, R. Sorianen, W. Hill, B. Englebart, T. Kosclnak, D. Koschalc, J. Takavitz, A. Kuznilc, N. Bartlett, J. Vene, J. Ward, R. Dolan. Third row, left to right. J. Mattson, M, Germik, E. Jasper, Anderson, B. Shepel, S. Rom, K. Paiari, J. Wahlberg, Mr. Strong, M. Ryan, Mobilia, J. Ryan, S. Cherne, F. Palcher, J. Muhvich, S. Bubash. In insert-P. Perushelc, C. Novak, L. McNeal, G. Malisheske. Five different moods at the football game. Our instructor appears to be enioying the basketball game. Patiently waiting for the buzzer to sound the half Baa Q Left fo righi, first row: J. Pusari, J. Mackie, C. Tisoviich, J. Jeffery, K. Sasek, A. ST. Amanf, A. LaMonfagne, C. Nikkoia, K, Palcher, G. Seme, T. Smrekar, M. Dunsfan. Second row: E. Niemi, V. Malisheski, H. Korent, K. Knapp, J. Kuznik, N. Tomsich, C. Maki, P. Schmaliz, M. Muhvich, J. Mik- lausich, D. Aho, J. Porihan, J. Marholec, E. Kangas, P. Mesinik, J. Vene, M. Mariani. Third row: B. Nykanen, F, Maki, A. Long, R. Torhn, M, Lobe, S. Nickelson, P. Engeihart, C. Misiek, Mr. Ekhaml, J. Pishler, K, Kramer, J. Rothman, N, Esferberg, P. Camaish, R. Lahti, D. Pasanen. J. Mackie, Treasurer. Their director, Mr, Ekhaml. An off moment during rehearsal The Junior Band officers: J. Kuznik, secretary, C. Tisoviich, librarian, J. Rothman, president, P. Mestnik, vice-president, The Senior chorus: first row, left to right-J. Zupec, H. Ewashean, A. Sader, D. Doian, CHORUS , K ii 142,57 A sf. f, iw' Wi " if iw +1153 i 5 5503 5 'lf if E A H 2 2 5.2 H: ,V M ?s?i:flfft25?2m1 : i ,f-Y .mst ' ? 555lfqQ5f'51fan 9 5 ...Q ..M,3.g.B,,.,,.3n ., f .xszfr mf -:xz,52f11 . ,X -.is sa .: ., ws- ,vm f.- ss'-J? Za s: :L.::- wm ,1,m . 5Q,.asS,.- .W -. .ww ,wx yfggy.- K .W 'W .jilgfv u feiisigs -1191" 5 ,gg,g55g,.5,,.g5sg2 iw -, . U,.. W.-f...f f - f .sm e:9glE,.m, A if we Yiwu. .. Mr. Wilson, our instructor B. Palclcala, S. Buskirk, M. Hendrickson, l.. Hariu, J. Musich, C. Buchite. Second row-J. Miller, D. Fortier, C. Seme, M. Kramer, R. Arola, J. Vene, A, Dolenshak, A. Oiola, P. Pluth, D. Thompson, A. Donovan, Third row- J. Junke, A. Marsnik, J, Pucel, C. Stoll, B. Peterson, J. Zupancich, J. Rosandich, K. Knapp, J. North, M. Tlcalcich, J. Evanish, E. Wohlberg, J. Hillman. Fourth row-V. Nelimark, A. Pechelc, K. Hokkanen, L. Evenochelc, M. Maki, J. Jamnick, T. Gorshe, J. Jenko, R. Carlson, N. Lundgren, R. Smith. The a cappella choir: first row, left to right-M. Hendrickson, S. Herralo, E, Tomlianovich, D. Skradski, J. Seliga J. Masnari, D. Lepisto, B. Solo, D. Zalcraisek, J. Haglund, M. Banovetz, H. Kehus, M, Kozar. Second row-D Doian, B. Palckala, M. Seligo, S. Buskirlc, P. Godec, G. Dolenz, J. Evonish, J. Klun, R. Arola, B. Nelirnark, M DeAnn Fortier, our pianist LaTourelle, J. Ward, L. Hariu, C. Buchite, J. Strukel. Third row-J. Junlce, C. Seme, J. Pucel, M. Kromer, B Peterson, R. Holmsted, F. Lundgren, J. Vene, K. Bachar, A. Dolenshak, A. Oiala, J. North, M. Tlcalcich, J. Zupec Fourth row-J. Miller, A. Marsnik, C. Stoll, L. Evenocheck, M. Maki, T. Zupancich, T. Gorshe, J, Jenko, E. Zupan cich, J. Zupancich, J. Rosandich, K. Knapp, J. Evanish, P. Pluth, D. Thompson. Fifth row-D. Fortier, V. Nelirnork A. Pechek, K, Hokkanen, R. Carlson, R. Smith, J, Jamnick, J. Possi, N. Lundgren, J. Vesel, J. Hutar, P. Smrelcor, J. Rova, J. Musich, E. Wahlberg, J. Hillman, A. Donovan. i ,.-fa, . A A . ,, ,L F K. A. ' - . . L. T 1 T. We have here our distinguished A Cappella soloists R. Ccrrl son, N. Lundgren, J, Jomriick, ond J. Vesel, The Juniors: first row, left to right-S. Seelcel, B. Solo, D, Zokrolselc, P. Mcrlni, J. Hogluncl, M. Bonovetz, H. Kehus, H. Sozdoff, M. Mold. Second row-D. Slcrodski, J, Seligo, M. Skolo, J. Wctrd, M. LciTourelle, M. Ko- zor, M, Tohttori, B. Nelimcrrlc, C. Boldine, J. Strukel. Third row-P. Godoc, A, Torfln, M, Seligo, J. Glinselc, K. Bochor, G. Dolentz, J. Klun, R. Doion, L. Toms, D. Zoic, J. Dietrich, S. Herrolo. Fourth row-J. Mosnori, D. Lepisto, E. Tomlionovich, J. Vesel, J. Possi, E. Zupohcich, J. Hutor, P, Smrelcor. The Sophomores: flrst row, left to right-M. Bortovich, B. Lobe, M. Merhor, B. Moroni, J, Pucel, J. Trcrthik, P. Niklcineh. Second row-J, Rosondich, C. Coll, J. Selislcor, M. Sondsted, G. Levor, A. Dcwgentincm, K. Stork- mon, R. Preblich, J. Pohholo, E. Fritz, L. Zbochik, M. Richards, S. Simohick, J. Whitt, M. Klug. Third row- T. Slobodhilc, K. Pruse, J. Novak, J. Aholo, J. Korlcki, J. Lorsen, J. Deyolc, G. Mistek, J. Evonish, B. Kovoch, J. Williams, J. Rovo, M, Slcule, M. Nichols, V. Deyolc, Fourth row-F. Delolc, C. Crothers, S. Doron, D. Gos- A' DONOVGU' M' Mold' and l" Slorkovlcll Ol perlln, D, Anne-Ver, K. Lundeen, J. Behedix, M. Pfefler, G. Theho, F. Lundgren, G, Somero, L. Zgonc, R. Holm- llle Mcclrlgols pmcllce Ollllgcnlly' sled, S. Klun, T. Luthcmsn, J, Pe-nholo. me f 1 1- 5- - 1 .. .ggi 111 1 .1 ' iff 1 . .His 11- 1s ,Sits yet. 11 11111115 " . 1, .. 1... 25 .-5 H .. . 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Ryan, secretary, B. Lobe, president, and C. Boldine, vice president. 2. J. Ahola, J. Larson, B. Lobe, and M. A. Bartovich wonder if their cakes will be a success. 3. S. Farkas, M1 Ryan, and Z. Zupancich decorate the tops ot their fruit cakes. 4. Z. Zupancich lights candles at the initiation service. 5. Junior F.H.A. otticers-V. Bungert, president, R. Kunos, treasurer, C. Hall, secretary, and E. Kunos, vice president. 6. Junior FrH.A. members-R. Kunos, B. Lempke, B. Ahola, C. Schendell, M. Weisinger, S. Clusiau, M. J. Lobe, N. Lundein, and J, Popesh. 7. More Junior F.H.A. members-G. Matschiner, M. J. Kotchever, R. M. Kovisto, C Thompson, M1 J. Dolerishak, V. Bungert, M. A. Reko, L. Johnson, E. Kunos, C. Maki, J. Ryan, A. Mannikko, lx. Koski, and C. 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Wm W M .xgggggs iggi -. ,S 3:81 5.11 - 1 1111 1 m.. :,.s?ts1?zssmr,s551ax1z11 m .1 X L95 92' 1"s's'aE.e RSE' !:'H"..- 1- 1: 11 1 Y. me 11.. 111. 1 ..11 .. .. . . ss. ,sg ....11.. 1. .W fe. .. . .. 1. . ,, 5111 is . 1 ..m.1-1- 15 .mesmmfmr.111.ws2.1m1111.w:,1smrsi: 1.w 1 's. g1s-ew SENIOR PLAY "The Night of January l6th,'1 a mystery-comedy, was presented by the Senior Class. Under the capa- ble direction of the dramatics coach, Miss Giervick, the play was a huge success. I. Lawyer Steven iDennis Grahekl pleads for the defendant. 2. Larry Regan Uoseph Gerzinl indifterently occupies the witness chair. 3. Poor Mrs. Hutchins Uean Starkovichj doesn't know what it's all about. 4. iSheila Buskirkj Mrs. Svenson gives a piece of her mind to the court. 5. Judge Heath iJerry Jenkol listens to chorus-girl Roberta Van Rensslaer's iMary Lou Tkalcichj testimony. 6. "Let me enumerate the facts," says Lawyer Flint iJim Lassil with clenched tists. 7. After listening intentlv to the proceedings, the iury brought the verdict of "Guiltvl" THESPIANS Left FO right-J. JE'r1kO, J. Miitek, J. Lindbeck, C. Nicholas, A. DOler1Sl1Gl4, M. 5kCllO, First row: J. Evanish, M. Tanttari. Second row- M. L. Mavetz, M. L. Tkalcich, W. Bunny, B. Brobin, and J. Hillman. .....s...,, . ,. ........... ..e,3sm.muf.miff2m,ws1fe.e...i.Wi --.- ..f.... ....s....e'.w. ...m uwm1r,:.....:. .... :fs....i..--we-.lmwwelfffwr " - J. Starkovich, S. Call, J. Masnari. iDolentz, what are you doing here?J 63 With nearly forty people answering the call for dec- lamation try-outs this year, Adviser A. Ray Johnson found it necessary, early in the season, to eliminate many ot the aspirants. The young ladies pictured on this page spent many hours perfecting their selections and entered several contests. Original oratory: Ardis Oiala and Marianne Bartovich. Dramatic: Barbara Moroni, Judy Tomsich, and Sandra Sfmonick Pantomime: Maxine Beaty, Theo Luthanen, and Rosemary Richards. Humorous: Joyce Whitt and Kay Johnson. Discussion: Eunice Fritz, Clarene Call, Jeanette Marsnik, and Betty Ann Tomlianovich, 64 Extemporaneous: Mary Louise Mavetzg Man- uscript reading: Margaret Merhar, Memo- rized oratory: Shirley Klun. f 53 Pictured above are the D. A. C. members. First row, lett to right- Judy Masnari, Barbara Moroni, Joan Lindbeck, Adolph Dolenshak, Judy Ahola. Second row--Mary Louise lvlavetz, William Bunny, Leora Ducharme, Margaret lvterhar, Helen Sazdott, Joyce Whitt, Joyce Jarvi, Irene lvluhvich, Judy Wahlberg, Judy Larson, and Beverly Lobe. On her deathbed, Nancy tells Thomas to take good care of the tamily. , .,,. , M - l D. A. C. The Dramatic Arts Club, su- pervised by Ivliss Giervik, consists ot 26 members. This year the group read plays, participated in them, and prepared successful radio programs. A group ot students, namely Carolyn Crothers, Janice Rosan- dich, Marilyn Tanttari, and Jerome Mistek, are working out pantomime gestures. D. A. C. Play li4n1!f"'H"" "Cradle of Glory" The cast ot the play was: First row, lett to right- Sandra Sim' onick as Elizabeth Johnston, Joan Lindbeck as Nancy Lincoln, Joyce Whitt as Sarah Lincoln, Kay Johnson as Matilda Johnston, Amyl Ahold as John D. Johnston. Second row-John Rosandich as Thomas Lincoln, Kenneth Knapp as Abraham Lincoln, Shirley Klun as Sally Bush Johnston, Raymond Carlson as Dennis Hanks, Dennis Grahek as the mature Lincoln. "Welcome home, Abe," says Thomas as Sarah and Sally look on, 'REQ Standing are Lois HZbJer, Penny Englehart, Charles Novak, Dexter Larson. In the second row are Janice Smrekar, Richard Rothman, and Carolyne Schendef. The fron? row consists of Miss Farrier, Janet Benedlx, Pat Mat?- son, and Rudy Kalan. SOME EIGHTH GRADERS P. Zupancich, J. Sehga, T. Mikohch, and VV. Boitz are In the spmhghf as Y Shega and C Schendel Gathered around Mnss Former are J Kobe Pu el J Call C Schen Mr, Perko adiusts the movie proiector. J Popesh and M B Jenko P 1-N ,. ..-liv--'VAN' 4 uf The Water Babes specialize in synchronized swimming. WATER BABES This year has been an especially active one for the Wafer Babes. in January, they made a trip to St. Paul, where they participated in a water show held at the College of St. Catherine, They sponsored two successful water shows at home, one at which several Minnesota schools were repre- sented. The advisors of the group are Misses Feisenmaier, Lemmer, and Setula. Quixotic Miss Lemmer These future scientists have been busily engaged in individual scientific proiects These proiects touched upon various fields of science. Librarian Gawboy, Secretary'Treasurer Johnson, President Paiari, and From left to right S Bubash P Gavvboy D Lass: S VGSP -lUmf1'Cl4 with Advisor MCRSCCJYV From left to right J Vesel G Malisheske L McNeal E g Pempeck,J Williams N Toufloff A Rayer B Tomsich P Newville,J Rova K Palari and Mr McReady President J. Starlcovich conducts the meeting as M. Maki, treas' Urer, and D. Jarvi, secretary, stand by. Besides providing entertain- ment during the halves of the basketball games, this club has also sold cotlee at the football games and sponsored a dance. The club D. Jarvi, Nicholas, Golobich 1 PEP CLUB members are shown above. First row, left to right: P. Nichols, B. Salo, C. Holm, M. Maki. Second row: B. Zgonc, M. LaTourelle, M. Kosar, C. C. Boldine. Third row: J. Starlcovich, J. Miller, J. Kovach, E. Fritz, L. P. Nikkinen. Fourth row: T. Luthanen, J. Novak, S. Simonick, S. Klun. Fifth row: T. Zupancich, E. Wahlberg, A. Donovan, T. Slabodnik, K. Pruse. Marching GY G Pfflcilfe SSSSTOU- Everything seems to be going well at this club meeting. 68 Margie Sharon S, Johnson, M. Kramer, S. Tautloff, E. Tomlianovich. MAJORETTES Liz Sandy Between halves of the games and at the tourna- ments, our maiorettes busily tvvirled their batons, and went through intricate maneuvers. 69 i. my 'stiff Ku Diana Carol S 'Q me J.........f. 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BUSKIRK, SHEILA A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Lites 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play, Usher 4. CALL, SHARON Band I, 2, 3, 4, D. A. C. 2, 3, 4, D. A. C, Play 3, Homecoming Queen 4, Thespians 3, 4. CARLSON, RAYMOND A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, D. A, C. Play 4, Homecoming King 4, Junior Ro- tarian 4, Madrigals 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3. CHRISTIAN, KEITH Senior Class Play, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4. DEYAK, JOHN A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, Senior Class Play, Thespian 4, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Golf 4, Track I, 2. DEYAK, ROBERT Baseball 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4. DOJAN, DONNA A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Library Club I, 2, Madrigals 4, Water Babes 3. DOLENSHAK, ADOLPH A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, D. A. C. 2, 3, 4, D. A. C. play 3, Hi-Lites 4, Proiectionist Club 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4. SENIOR ACTIVITIES DONOVAN, ALICE A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Hi-Lites 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4. EVANISH, JOAN A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, D. A. C. 2, 3, 4, D. A. C. Play I, 2, F. H. A. I, Hi-Lites 2, 3, 4, Madrigals 4, Typing Club 3, Senior Class Play, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Usher 3, 4. EVENOCHECK, LORETTA A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Lites 3, 4. EWASHEAN, HARRIET Chorus 4. FORTIER, DeANN A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Madrigals 4. FRITZ, ROBERT Hockey I, 2, 3, 4. GERZIN, JOSEPH Football I, 2, Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 4, Typing Club 3, Senior Class Play. GORSHE, THOMAS A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus I, 3, 4, Senior Class Play, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, Track 2. GRAHEK, DENNIS D. A. C. Play 4, Thespians 4, Senior Class Play, Golf 3. HARJU, LORETTA A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, D. A. C. 2, 3, Golf Club 4, F. H. A. I, Hi-Lites 2, 3, 4, Typing Club 3, Usher 3, 4. HALLIDAY, BETTY ANN Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Golf Club 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4. HARRI, CAROL Chorus I, 2, 3, F. H. A. I, 2. HENDRICKSON, MARIAN A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Madrigals 4. HILLMAN, JUDITH A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Lites 3, Madrigals 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Thespians 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Water Babes I, 2, 3, Year- book 4. HOKKANEN, KAREN A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Lites 3, 4, Usher 3, 4. JAMNICK, JOSEPH A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4. JANEKSELA, DENNIS Basketball I, 3, Football 2. 75 JARVI, DONNA A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Water Babes I, 2, 3. JENKO, JEROME Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, D. A. C. I, 2, 3, 4, D. A. C. Play 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, Senior Class Play, Basketball I, 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4. JUNKE, JEAN A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play. KNAPP, KENNETH A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Boys' Octet 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, C, 4, D. A. C. Play 4, Declamation 4, Hi-Lites 3, 4, Madrigals 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Senior Class Play, Thespians 4. KOSCHAK, BETTY Band I, 2, 3, 4. KOVACH, GERALD A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, Football 3, 4, Golf 4, Track I, 2, 3. KROMER, MARJORIE A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Lites 3, 4, Majorettes I, 2, 3, 4, Water Babes I. LASSI, JAMES Chorus I, 3, Senior Class Play, Thes- pians 4, Golf 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Swimming I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4. LEROY, GENE LOUSHIN, JAMES LUNDGREN, NATHAN A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Basketball 4. LUUKKONEN, ANITA MAKI, MARY A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play. MARSNIK, ANNETTE A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Declamation I, Madrigals 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Yearbook 4. MARSNIK, JEANETTE Chorus 4, D. A. C. I, Declama- tion 3, 4. MERHAR, CHARLES Baseball 4, Football I, 2, 4, Hockey I, 2, 4, Track 2, 4. MILLER, JOAN A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4. MILLER, SUSAN Chorus 1, 2, 3, Usher 3, 4, Water Babes 1, 2, 3. MURPHY, PATRICIA Declamation 1, 2, F. H. A. 1, 2, Hi-Lites 3, Senior Class Play, Thespians 4, Water Babes 1, 2, 3, 4. MUSICH, JOSETTE A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, D. A. C. 1, Senior Class Play, Usher 4. NELIMARK, VERNA A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 4. NELSON, DONALD NICHOLS, PENNEY Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, D. A. 'C. 1, 2, 3, D. A. C. Play 2, 3, Hi-Lites 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Water Babes 1, 2, 3. NIEMI, JACK Hi-Lites 3, 4. NORTH, JUDITH A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 2, Hi-Lites 2, 3, 4. OJALA, ARDIS A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Declamation 1, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, Usher 3, 4. OLSEN, KAREN A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf Club 4, Ski Club 4, Usher 4. PAHKALA, BETTY A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Water Babes 1, 2, 3. PAJARI, KAREN Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Declamation 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4. PECHEK, AUDREY A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, Madrigals 4, Water Babes 1, 2, 3. PELTO, ARTHUR Football 1, 2, Swimming 1, Track 1. PERKO, HELEN Band 1, 2, 3. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Yearbook 4. PETERSON, BONNIE A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Water Babes 3. PISHLER, PAUL Basketball 2, Track 2, Thespians 4, Senior Class Play. PLUTH, PATRICIA A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, D. A. C. 1, 2, 3, Usher 3, 4. POSHAK, GERALD Golf Club 3, Senior Class Play, Basketball, Football, Track Manager 1, 2. POTTER, DARLENE A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Madrigals 4. PUCEL, JUDY A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Lites 3. RAUTIO, ALAN Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Quill ancl Scroll 3, 4, Senior Class Play, Yearbook 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. RAVNIKAR, DAVID Basketball 2, 3. RHEIN, ALAN Football 1, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Typing Club 3, Junior Rotarian 4. ROSANDICH, JOHN A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, D. A. C. Play 4, Madrigals 3, 4, Senior Class Play, Basketball 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. RUZIC, EDWARD A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Track 3. SASEK, ROSEMARIE Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Hi-Lites 3, 4. SAYOVITZ, JOHN Boys' State 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Senior Class Play 4, Thespians 4, Yearbook 3, 4, Base- ball 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. SCHOLZ, ROSE Chorus 1, Golf Club 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Photography Club 3, Senior Class Play, Ski Club 4. SCHWEGEL, MARY Chorus 2, 3, Hi-Lites 3. SELIGA, JOHN Bancl 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 3, Senior Class Play. SEME, CAROL A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 1, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Lites 3, Senior Class Play. SKUBE, BERNARD SMITH, RICHARD A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Junior Rotarian 4, Senior Class Play, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. SOMERO, WILLIAM Golf 3, Track 3, Senior Class Play, Science Club 3. STARKMAN, CURTIS Chorus 1, 2, 3. STARKOVICH, JEAN A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, D. A. C. Play 2, Hi-Lites 3, Madrigals 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Senior Class Play, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Water Babes 1, 2, 3. 76 STEPHENSON, CLARA A Cappella Choir 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3. STOLL, CHARLOTTE A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, Hi-Lites 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play. TAKAVITZ, ANTOINETTE Chorus 3, Usher 3, 4. TAYLOR, FREMONT Chorus 2, 3, Intramural Manager 3. THOMPSON, DIANA A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, D. A. C. 1, 2, Hi-Lites 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4. TKALCICH, MARY LOUISE A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Declamation 2, 3, Festival Play 3, Hi-Lites 3, Madrigals 4, Senior Class Play 4, Thespians 3, 4. TOUTLOFF, SHARON A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Lites 2, 3, 4, Maiorettes 1, 2, 3, 4. VENE, JOSEPH A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play. VRANESICH, MARY ANN Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Senior Class Play, D. A. C. Play 4, Thespians 4, Yearbook 2, 3, 4. WAHLBERG, EMILY A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Lites 3, 4, Homecoming Queen 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Senior Class Play, Water Babes 2, 3. WICKMAN, LOIS Chorus 2, 3, 4. WILMUNEN, ROBERT Homecoming King 4, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 4, Golf 3, Track 1, 2. ZUPANCICH, JAMES Chorus 3, Typing Club 3, Bas- ketball 1, Football 1. ZUPANCICH, JOSEPH A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Hi-Lites 4, Senior Class Play, Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. ZUPANCICH, THERESA A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Lites 3, 4, wafer Babes 2, 3. ZUPEC, JOAN A Cappella Choir 4, Band 1, 2, Chorus 4, Senior Class Play. . 1 'x. 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