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

 - Class of 1957

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U' IL In V 'Hr ul all I 'U 'lv C L , w 4' W rl " 'ly 5, UH wg! NJ 'f 4 WJ? MM 4 ,X E? SEINIICDRQ I I 5 'M U X7 X 'J K PHIIIIAX L r I It 'HS i ' .IIHIHI Q ll I I I -7--..."""' '-"""-'-- 6 X. ---. CZ Eid , 2- mol.. CI am The STU-Te I J M LOUIS XN'16ff AND ACQVRVITIE 'Me s 41957 President JAMES KRALL Power must assume the resp Secretary LORETTA MCNEAI. Her manner us one of exhularatuon Our class as most classes usually do learned a lot durung our four years at Ely Memorual hugh school We began our Frshmen year full of zest and ambutuon After beung properly unutuated we felt that we really belonged in the fruendly Ely Memorial halls James Krall was elected presudent to guude our unfre quent business As Sophomores we elected our only gurl presudent Joyce Haglund We made many attempts to rause money our coFfee socual being the most successful After a very fiery campaign Bob Brobun was elected our Junuor Class presudent Havung a prom and banquet to sponsor faced us wuth many problems Our bug money mculcung prouect for the year was the colorful and luvely Spanush Fuesta As the doors to Ely Hugh were opened un the fall we were faced with putting un our last year as Senuors To us all thus has been the most thrillung year of our hugh school career We have changed our ways consuderably co operated and have made thus year most en uoyable and memorable Workung together we planned and carrued out our football homecoming and Freshman Assembly. We can be es- pecially proud of our Senior Class Play. For the first time the auditorium was filled to capacity. Our Senior activities could well serve as a precedent for future classes. AVE ATQUE VALE! 3 Vice president JAMES SMREKAR Actuons speak louder than words Treasurer JON PASSI All great men are dead and l'm not feeling too well myself. 'IW' T, In I f if A WXHTQ? ,- ' r V Va','N,W K any-o YN ' fr 2 RICHARD AHOLA DAVID ANDERSON JAMES ANDERSON RICHARD ANDERSON Con cors be substituted for girls? Casper, and frier1dly,1oo. He'S no square. He's olwoys corkin' OH. '7 ' 056 'le ' KENNETH BACHAR MARSHA BANOVETZ Sirfing pretty on "Blueberry Hill" Energefic sports enthusiast. BERT BERGLUND My interests lie out of school. BONNIE BERNARD I con be serious, but l'd rorlwer be goy. I "EFS ROBERT BROBIN Full of fun dnd mischief, dlwoys doing things he sliouldn'1 do. WILLIAM BUNNEY His latent tolents ore only dor- mont. Woit-some doy! xx l GEORGINE BUBASH A disarming smile for everyone. naval' ' DAVID CHELESNIK Artisticolly inclined ond ready to succeed. A HQ f A ? f E+. ... MQ Q' gan- xl L -.r X l SUZANNE BUBASH She-'S charming, sI'ie's winsomeg SITEIS wonderful. I SUSAN CHERNE Her tastes ore in o wide field. PAUL BUCCOWICH He proves the old odoge: "Still water runs deep." JANICE DIETRICH She's perfect in all her woys J-its k f 'Z WA ,cfs -sl 67 'Q fx bl v,,f , ,gr W in RUSSELL DOJAN Cool in the pool. JOSEPH FOLZ A good norured Joe. fl GERALD DOLENTZ When love ond duly closh, let LEORA DUCHARME Life is wonderful tc me. the duty go fo smash., I ' A ,K f v Al yr- . - 1 ' , . ' ' L ' ' : ls.. ' . -.N L ' . 5 i 1 i, T , 4 - I.- X gl TI JA an I' XFA-I 7'-'sk . Vatu ' J r , f' 1 , V-.1 gi, . ,, , f -s RONALD suorr , Q A E , 4, Mr. Football himself. , , Q1 .ii ' ' fl A "M A ,. I 'ni l Q C ' iz' ' F' 1 . 3 ' ' Q' 'ly-.ff 1 X' 1 X I I .V . I In 1 . A342 . 1,2 Zi: 4 Jigga, V LW - if ' 1 i' 1 If A A r -W L ' PATRICA GAWBOY X 2 I Y 1' ,, ,fa I'll blow up The world. ind! B' MURIEL GERMEK GERALD FILSON Quiet in cz friendly manner. A girl copoble of going for in This world. JOANN GLI NSEK Dashing brown eyes, dashing personality. ' L r A 'H 3 .Exp 'GGL X .rf sg-J PHYLLIS GODEC Spontaneous laughter-at any time. BETTY HARTLEBEN Our Deutsch Student. PHILLIS HANCHETT A newcomer nice to have around. SHIRLEY HERRALA Her voice is as sweet as she, V 1 A me x . x ' i yr -1 ig. 1 . s SHARON HENRY j A That's all there is, there is no more. ROGER HARlO My auto is to pursue happiness. h arf . ff-if. 4 4 DOUGLAS HAUTALA Slightly shy-remarks are sly. All-.Qin 3 - - ' X. 'W' 'sf' 'L-w -.' '10 'Z' 1 Q Q41 pd' f'Ul- az' vt...-.jp xp-- I WILLIAM HILL 9 One willing to ofller a helping hand. 3 'G' ARTHUR KNUUTTI The pooI's his second home. DANIEL JAVOR A good sport with a zest for fun. "'-diff' Q-.L MH- -'Y I J O H N H U TA R That gleam in his eye. HELEN KEHUS Life will begin after graduation. JEROME KLUN Ifm not a flirt, I'm iust friendly, MARY JO KOBE Her interests surround her artis- tic talents. ""'F2' sf L -'r'f'i"f"' WILLIAM KOIVISTO A swimming sensation. '11 iv vol, it A N-va-'Lf wr-3' KENNETH KOSTELAC I ll be going places ki' MARIE KOZAR A true friend fo many KATHLEEN LASSI ANTHONY xuzmx A 'W Mon wnh o sox She reigned os our lovely Snow Queen 'fi MAE LaTOURELl.E Clever ond cute pleosont to bool! ARLENE LEMKE Sincerity dressed in sweefness. vp' 4-.-L, PAUL LEKATZ l'm u necessity! -cl JOAN LINDBECK She excels in urcmofics. 3315? if was.-van-f l' 'fu 1:5-' w - 4 ,wifi-:M , , Y, -,V, V LANCE LINDY WILLIAM LOE JAMES MAKI Just resting-thofs work! One of the boys. Everyday is cz holiday! ' and .Z ' We ' GERALD MALISHESKE A genflernon well-versed in JEROME MALNER JUDY MASNARI SPOVTS. Self-reliont. Efiiciency Hrs? ond foremost. mtv. ,fx .W MAVIS MAKI She looks deep into the minds of people. ROBERTA MATTILA A leoder in discussions. E' X ,fiat v J M. rf-A ' if 1 4 THQ I 1 Y xi , . 1' Fl "V--I-.nuff .IOANNE MATTSON A pleasing friend ut all times. LAURENCE MEHELICH The strong, silent type. KIM Nb! KAREN MATTSON MARY LOUISE MAVETZ LEONARD McNEAL Life would be wonderful if if Life is wonderful, I love if, He is seldom caught without o weren't for school. book in hand. 7049545 ' , 30747 DAVID MYERS A regular guy. JEROME MISTEK Who? Me? I didn'7 do it! DANIEL MOBILIA I'll "Mo" down any obstacle. .3 BERNICE NELIMARK Where there's Bunny, there's always a laugh. Y' W" .Mp 'W 2"'fv GLENWOOD NYMAN No. l with transportation. rf ' ,fl ? 31 - ..... I J? l 41' V , Li, ,V I . ,S , V xxx V Z . W, A 4 JAMES NEWMAN A comment for everything. ARLEN OLSON A friend indeed. S x X f l .l'!."l lvl , X. ag TN .. if 04" M 'fan-F' 'P' 4?'f'f yyyy - DARRELL NIKKINEN A happy-go-lucky fellow. CELESTE NICHOLAS Her eyes reflect the happiness she feels, FRANK PALCHER A little nonsense now and then prevails in the best of men. EVERETT PEMPECK A good sport with c zest for fu "' 'SIR .iv "few y 'X I Vietdhsl ,L.h: T' EDWARD PORTHAN A changing mon in cn e changing world. ROSEMARY RICHARDS VSV Watch that twinkle in her eye. av' OJ. We JOSEPH PRYATEL ,XMI rink Vmrgonnci do if!" X x ,I J fkefligrg Y . , fx K m FU 'F K V I Wi - A , V Lfbf lyx' ,. I H, zf lx. 7 V ., f f' ,, I ,j , J, . ,fu ' MARY JEAN PUCEL No, my hair is not on fire! Q fxi , -N -X. img- I L xfcl if! V 1 RICHARD RODICH ne, women ond ccrs-I ALICE SADER The cilerf speech student, -ef" JOHN RICHARDS Owner of fortitude and ci friendly personality. X SHUT THAT QFEX- C' li. Q f X1 J 64, Z A - f, 3? Y E E' BETTY SALO Always ready wiih c smile f ' rm- , 'V peW"'3.? 'j-ml LILLIAN SALO A sincere ambition for on education. JUNE SELIGA A helpful contributor in group. 'Nun' -4' ony 1. 1' fwar' FRANK SAYOVITZ HELEN SAZDOFF SYLVIA SEEKEL Give me o basketball. Merriment and fun always. A quiet thinker. al . 741 ' ard fl ' MAY SEUGA MARION SERSON MARION SKALA A girl with o mind of her own. Jolly as the day is long Silence is Q virtue I oim to keep if MARTIN SKALA A man in every way. RONALD SORJANEN l have to grin when thinking of the fun before they caught me, -dl Nd 'Z I., f-' 1, .X y.q iff! DIANE SKRADSKI f-'Q 3' DOLORES SMITH A model of conscientnousness. Quiet, helpful, and intelligent, -4'oo6 at Zia! 70e7ze Qfappqf JOAN STRUKEL Intelligence and determination. MARILYN TANTTARl A good nature that's inexhoust- ible, PAUL SMREKAR One devoted to his work .IUDITH TAST Laughing is my favorite pastime. n"""'1 QV' ,MW ,nr du! JUDITH TOMSICH She strives for perfection 'ri oil ELIZABETH TOMLJANOVICH LORETTA TOMS Our twlrilng becluty. Sunny disposition. NANCY TOUTLOFF Short, sweet, ond stubborn - MICHAEL TUOMAI-A than me! A born voycgeur. 'I W K 4 1 things. gt g M .E 1 ':' , Z 'Bism- iggsvff al., 'Z i t JUDITH WARD JOHN VESEL ' Education!!! Whct's thot? He's oil for science. al' r t t 'F Ax K? 71 0,9 ,,.n-ff.-we 'lbw 4 gf 'xi RICHARD WAGNER I thunk once G Cicy, whether I need to or not. 'ffl' 'f DAWN WEISINGER JOSEPH WILLIAMS MARY ANN WIRKKANEN If my hczir would only TUVYI 70 When he doesn'T succeed, he'II Always neo? cmd precise, gold. try ogoin-maybe. THESE SENIORS ARE NOT PICTURED DAVID BOLEN SHELDON JOHNSON DENNIS KLOBUCHAR MARY URMAS PATRICIA VAN de VOORT FRANK ZUPEC EDWARD ZUPANCICH DENNE ZAKRAJSEK He Io-ves all The days of the DOROTHY ZAIC When she's not working - she's VERONICA ZGONC xv week, Qespeciplly Saturday ond I'm quiet-when l'm not iclking, playing. She likes To have u good fime, ' ,JSUFIQHYA ,A dv V r,u QLIIIIM VI W lx IN NI' J I 'how ff . fw if an "iw Y' I A'-X in U Mtv T 1-4 1 5 mx wk ll 94 mf' H1 fo,- 12? 125.4 . J' V me if e l iw 314-""f' 704ea We 70ae . , . an Q, ,f,c5,y l ,,,Q.,,f,fgQL'f'i 1 .' I 'fl r A wh EJ r. 3346955525 l MUVY l-00556 MOVGTZ: 2 Our Gang - .lerome Klan, Ronald Sorianen, James Krall, broTlnerp 9 Lance Lindy, William Hill and James Hillg lO R. Sorianen, J. Drallp ll Mari- Gerald Malislweslce and Gene Mannip 3 Lincoln Fifth Gradeg 4 William Hill, James Maki: lyn TGYWYYOVU 12 WlvO???f 13 Gerold DOl6TDZ: l4 l-iUCOlVl Klf1d9f90f'BY': 15 GUESS Who 5 Bill ? '? 71 6 Judith Masnari, 7 Gerald Dolenfzg Marilyn Tanfiarig 8 Jerome Malner and I6 The McNeal Family, rfa 6 gxxxxsxnwl X, 2 e E ll5l,Lgf'llf K K H! Q XYZ Q as C: J Q J f Q E .df V - 2 ? ! 0 . X 8 Q J 9 1 J ' Q Q X sf Q I L:-55... qs: Q 5 xi- - 5 f ff j ao C011 YJ Z Q E ..- ' F 1 The Memorial High School chapter of ' ll' I Quill and Scroll, with its twenty members, M Q X--- 1 keeps busy editing the bi-monthly "Hi-Lites" c The newly initiated "Hi-Liles" members: G. Theno, J. Sfruliel, R. Tomsich M L Movetz S Cheme L Golobich M Ryan M Lost year's members of Quill and Scroll are Judy Masnari Banovetz, M. Bartovich, K. Johnson, T. Luthanen, M. Beary, L, and Jerry Dolemz' Ahola, and H. Sazdoft. and preparing an 84 page yearbook. THE NEW TIMBERLANE MEMBERS: J. Krall, G. Chernevuc Simonick, C. Crothers, M. Merhar, and T, Slabodnik. l""fP" rnfflfg 5 . s Q Mory Ann Nnchols Kay Johnson "" f ft 0 . 1 J k an J sl Judy I-Orson lf Glorio Mistek . 2-.2 B-TEAM CHEERLEADERS-B. Klobucher, M. Cro- x A-TEAM CHEERl.EADERSAJudy, Glorio, Judy, Koy thers, J. Benedix, P. Mattson, ond M. BoJdine. ond Mory Ann. Judy Deyck , n OUR HIGH-SCHOOL MAJORETTES-S. John' son, K. Kromer, J, Zuponcich, S. Got- Chnik, P. Leusrek, L. Tomljonovich, K. Zgonc, and P, Kobe. 0 a U 1 9 THREE SNAPPY MAJORETTES-E, Anderson, P. HEAD MAJORETTE'J-- TOmJJO"WOJCh Q LeusTek, ond J. Zuponcich, STVJRES G 9059- 'T 'wr 'KJ x ' 1 a -3 7 xg f , IW 1. J JJ Editor Dolentz hard at work, as usual. o ,FINE THEY LIPSIDE DOWN' f-fi f at 2 A T .. CE Jim 'Krall racking his brain trying to Gt a late senior picture on a page. lla A ' .. - X 15 O , X ' QA 0 ,R t O C., 3: .5 Q 1 ' . 0 1 ul fo if " A 14 ' PUT IN lb VMIES ffl, , XJ We Cgf,'ffj Sophomore Editor T. Loushin, Activities Editor C. Crothers, Artist Jon Wilmunen, Activities Editor T. I U ff? X' 1" ' Slabodnik, Sports Editor G. Chernivec, Photographer M. Merhar, Advisor D. A. Wood, Senior Editor J. ' W Krall, and Business Manager S. Simonick. ' e 5 ffffm 43" 'JI .f fl' T tl if ' ' Mo , -., ' 7 ' QASW' 0 iegs ql' t O 5? ,. ag 'lr o I c " RJ tie 4 W . 0 is 9 EDZ52 Coffee Socials, a dance, and a spaghetti supper are some of the ways by which the staff made money to put out the best yearbook ever. Our industrious boys---Jimmy, Chester, Jon, Terry, and Jerry. ,- The staft is all prepared to meet the oncoming rush of on- other coftee social. Therese, Sandy, and Carolyn make a final check on a page. Q ...S A XMI! .-'adn X.""'1f SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS: Librarfan Paul Kero, Vice-president Kay John- son, Mr. MocReady, Secretary Pot Newville, ond Treasurer Margie Okstad. President John Vesel was not present when the picture was taken. C. Gawboy, J. Doran. SECOND ROW: D. Toms, M. Koralcosh, D. Morolt, L. Zgonc, J. Mistek, J. Williams. SCIENCE CLUB MEMBERS: FIRST ROW: J. Kobe, S. Kopsch, J. Somroclc, K. Johnson, W, Malcela, E. Esterberg, ' ' 0 GOLF CLUB MEMBERS: FIRST ROW: R. Nirva, J. Williams, P, Smrekar. SECOND ROW: J. Lindbeqk, Skala, R. Brobin, E. Zupancich, J. Maki. THIRD ROW: E. Porthon, P. Ferderber, T. Klobucher, F. SKI CLUB MEMBERS: J. Kovoch, I. Muhvich, S. Cherne, ond J. with advisor Miss Helen Lemmer. I Zupec. FOURTH ROW: J. Rova, R. Tomsich, M. Urmas, D. Zakraiselc. Xl V wx o . vf' 'v Business Manager K. Johnson ond Exchange Editor H. News Editor M. Bortoviclt and Feature Editor M. Ryon. Assistant Art Editor K, Prose ond Art Editor M. Beoty Sozdoft. -11 PLA 1 , Sports Reporter G Tm-so. Assistant Sports Editor A Rower. ond Sports Editor R Torvsliil 0 I I 4-'PW .I Associate Editor M.L, Movetz ond Editor J. Masnori. Reporters J. Jarvi, R. Musich, S. Clwerne, L. Laine, T. Luthonen, ' J. Glinsek, M, A Ram-sfds, SEATED: I. Mulwach Gnd D. Delak. TYPMS M- Somfffdf lt Sffukelf lv GO'Ob'C'1 5 and M. Bonoyetz, SEATED. The Hi-Lites is put out every two weeks for the enjoyment of EHS. students, ond we're sure tnot every- one in school eogerly owoits eoclw issue. Filled with slworp comments ond up-to-the-minute editoriols, the "Hi- J - ff - ,, Lltes enluvens our schools doys con- siderobly. Josepl1ineJol4slwo is the od- viser. i liii I L B l r SENIOR FHA OFFICERS-Vice-President E. Kunos, Treasurer N. Therio, Secretory J. Rosondich, Parliamentoricn M. Bortovich, President B Lobe, and Song leader D Preshin. 775-mm-Smelfd - ge tie 7, 71. ,-4. at 70044. Junior FHA members plan one ol their many money-raising activities. A Weinzieil and V Bungert eagerly tolce the results ol their baking from the oven 5 - 1 D, Ferderber, M. L. Bianchi, and D. Scott watch interestingly os Presi- dent Marsha Mariani conducts a Junior FHA meeting. The Junior and Senior Future Homemcikers of America make up a very cictive group in our school. ln October the girls attended a district convention in Hermantown, participating in panel discussions ond contributing to committee work. The senior group served o United Nations tea to their mothers and the tacultv. Advisors are Miss Regina Johnson and Miss Nolo June Stangler. Senior FHA members S. Sirroniclc, E Kunos, ond L, Ahola prep food as Miss Sensted observes, GFS SOVT19 +3 is i N E -NJ is "Peppermint Pixies" J, Kovach and M. A. Nichols. ,gp Ewan amecuwiantie 2444 Nichols is at it again-hence the pa'ned looks on Joyce's, Paulette's, Mary's, and Zoie's faces, H, 'B My , Whose head belongs to this body? Graceful M. Zupancich and M. Ryan, The Waterbabes have really made a big splash at Ely High this past year. Their members have taken many prizes in the state AAU meets, and they have all done an outstanding iob wherever they appeared. Let's all take our swimming caps oft to the EHS Waterbabes! More Waterbabes ioyfully leaving for Minneapolis. THE HOMECOMING CANDIDATES: Mavis Maki, Judy word, Leora Duchcrme, David Chelesnik, Jon Possi, ond Arlen Olson. After an exciting football game, a homecoming dance was held in the school gym. Mavis Maki and Arlen Olson were crowned our king and queen. This climaxed a gala week of festivities including a rousing Freshman assembly, in which the new teachers took a part, a lo-oeo-ng snake dance, and the annuol bonfire. u f' T S .Z li 1 1 A tplj F V' if J nn n PH' i Pfffii f H' 'Me aww F if Y' 'PPPZJ u gui If Ax iff ,A- Queen Mavis and King Arlen. Our king ond queen move vhe Urs? dance rogether. JA fr eb? Leonard McNeal and Mary Ann Rsnold Sorfonen ond Wirkkmnen. ingef. Q I CV 'Q 5 1 Y N x R. P fl Down Weis- X B Q 3, SQL: ,It 'A King Jumes cmd Queen Dawn 1 Senior Class President .lim Krall woifs with Secreiary Loretto McNeal ond Vice President Jim Srnrelcor for the candidates to march p ly! If X if, I A if '74e Z . f 4 Shirley Herrolo and James Ander- son. "The Teen Trio"-'any Kuznilc, Eddie Ruzilq, ond Glen Lmdstrom Q Bm., 1 , ,3 . 3 f 5 2- z I F Q Q J 25" 3 dvi -ag f . ' Q . if 'S , , 1 40 J. Ltndroos and B. Zgonc lead mem- bers In one of thelr snappy drllls. Pep Llub members pose for an oFfTciaI picture. Marching, marching, and more marchingfbut it's worth it to hear the crowd's applause. Snow Om Pep glad Greetung the mornmng at 6 am. ID 25 below zero weather as nothnng unusual for Pep Club members. Thus ns the hour Thev usually practice thesr drulls rn order to lend a supportung hand to The team. The Pep Club going in circles which ls nothing unusual for them. Secretary S. Klun, President C.Nicholas, and Treas- Alwavs ready to lend a supporting hand at a pep urer T. Luthonen look over the books. YG lly. J 'Na ip fm , E ff E lWfZ'77'3M7lM ,ff M JUNIORS Tmullng Clouds o Io do we Come WORDSWORTH E? ...Le- Q 1 Q' Flfqx 6 ? 1 -ff .-if 'E iv if ? F E ' Q fi' E VFW? E'-5 EET-1' 2:2 ma I V f :- 5-3:25 E-:ff O, Q 1:-J.: ?-ZZ gr:-'E AW V f...-2 6, U .. ti -fl: E., is-5 Ex' x-"XR -55 'E' 2 .. f 'f'-1? HQQQ -gg 5, E'1f4f5L Q, LL ' ' f 9 "Y 59 Q o 0 1 - - - - 4.1527 Egg: -4 llllli f yin!! AND svo RTS I. 35 .I XT Sun wlll rx , vu 62 President JOHN KOIVISTO We l 7' Y ARE flgwaerzef KNON em II . , , , l Vice-President Secretary GERALD CHERNIVEC SANDRA SIMONICK Advisor Miss NORMA GOURLEY 1 i hi-KJMIKQI Treasurer JAN NILSEN The Junior Class has been very successful throughout the year, having had an out- aew, FE4.Low! exQAvArE THAT lN SANE standing prom and banquet, put on through the efiorts of every member in the class. Tl'll1oBl ' Always ready to try something new, they put on Jr.-TV, a parody on television pro- X f lu 4 Q grams, which'increased their treasury considerably. Look to the Junior Class for out- C ' N xo -J . . N9 CJ standing future accomplishments. QD lee Judifh Ahola Rodney Cameron Luanna Ahola Q YI,- Bnrbara Carlson - Q is l M. l L Gene Berglund MC-f 1 5' - I ames Anderson ai Beverly Carlson Janice Carlson Diane Annerer DL Arfh ur Borchardf am. -v-up 2 .1 2 ,Q r 'I xx! -1 2 Bernard Barich We ffm 1 "2 Larry Buchife Lrg' Clarene Call Maxine Beaiy Marianne Bartovich slf? i Robert Carlson uh lf 1 Darlene Cerar " .Y- Carolyn Crofhers .MW EM I i Veronica Deyak a tux frSs f ' w Michael Doran 'Q mb Q. .41 Q 'ff Beverly Engleharf , Rita Dargis 'la S' A ' 5' Patrick Ferderber ,A - . W l-5 l v-X-1 W Evereff Esterberg Anioinetfe Dargontina '22 John Evanish f-.-' ZX: We aan il gas of' -u X-.wi Suzanne Doran T3-2 if li- ul 5 I c., D ., , Robert Engebrelson Judith Deyak Ju ly Dorothy Delok A 4' s 5 Q 3 J 1 tunice Fritz Rnchcrd Ho lmsfen Wm Dio ne Gosperlin Rudolph Jondrey Loss Golobuch Joyce Jarvu David Hokkonen i X Richard Grchek Duane Jenson Sandra Huupola Kay Johnson Wf fn I ' - lrickson Muryellc Klug Janet Korkki 5 .c'.::. "9" s J N 1 Tx 'Y ,, 2, L. X'-.:-' ' Shirley Klun Q ns- rf- i X " l 1 I 'X' f I. ma. I' x 'A 'vw 'v'-"I K N s Q Thomas Koschalx ei . 3 dj f V , , I X fl F ,.....A... ll as Genevieve Levar X . - X xFon-est Lundgren N zoo, 06148 l .Sox 47 X S06 ods ,' E- Bernard Kovach Judlll' Lmson Luella Laine Wayland Makela aren Lundeen ' 2 :G ' Anne Lunkq Z Theo Luthqnen Q- Weldon Makela -- I wr 5' A "X 1' Xxxivfr 5 -3' f' x - 1 5 I., 10 K V I: If In vj -. -5 , x 1 ' ,Q is 2 +1 ky 4'--1, .gfxgld '- . ?l V 1 ll sl, f . Y v - 'f '- ,if 4 L- ' V475 I .' 1 .t s... A C L, QTVR! M V I Ad inf! l" X X, '2 f. 1 .Q Q ST I , 'N A7 yu ' 4. ' .J Q4 "I 1 ma' M 1 7.2, r J N.. , ' - Ly Div , A in M r M f 'rw l r J ' K ., , . run r ., , , Clayton Maki 'Nr 57' A IJ V. 4 J X I I 7 Q Y Gloria Mis1ek .Q X.. 5 If V ,, , 3 2' ' v R9 1 I P V' ,f Gene Mann' , M rgarei Merhar , fn ....-4 K W ' Q N W gf cw x rf . i 1 V V A ,gr A Q x ,L fr r S 'x 1 av- as f N Dexter Morolf . sg, Sandie Mcoondlydj ' ,X r 1, u ...., -' 1 W , ""-- 1 gr' . ray JOX if ,. U a 6' 4' 'V 12? fwfr ylvxf' . s V .ff N R' i 1 wifi x Richard Mcmilcx T' , X, 5 : 'Z 739' . , N A7 I K' N Barbara Moronl 1, iii? V A J Raymond Musich ' "': 'K A , ,X K , f if A X ,J f ' L , L Jqmakmadeclav' L Vx! Mary Ann Nichols 55 - 5' Q1 f f .. 'Y X NN, , in 'Q XV I Irene Muhvich John Muhwch I LAV , if-wf' W4 x "W G f Scott Nelson XA 3 H . ,E .. Patricia Newville A W ri r, , N, 'vv ' .'-'-'Al' fx' .iff - - 3 . Q0 41 ' ah Paulelle Nnklunen -1 Ronald Nurva 3.2" James Pluth N ff Albert Polombi ' ka IT' 4- . gf buf, nv-'ft' in ci - v x Xl Aloys Prasnicki L 'U' Q"b Joanne Novak .ao-px IQ gg Werner Pelro l VK 'A x 'B xx L KV' 98 T1 Russel Olson myri vw'-f' I 51 Malone Okstad P 945, . we Rcymond Ojalo 'N' Monica Pfefler . ' 4 L Jonuce Pennalo 'QP' Q-is T 35 Stephen Prasnickl i Judith Pahkala 'nuy a....,a-1-AlrxJ Rosalie Preblich Q ' 'V , sw 4-,A O 4,.,. .,- - ?' J S, H '-bf a 7 -,v. 4, .V ,'.Q, fa.. u' , l . 12 Orycld Rein Tystbf Mary Ann Richards I J H :ik s A Kaiherine Prusf ' W X f D0V'd Pvrel ' I fa R was , YW 1, I 'QE' 8,6 -...fav H Wgjf 5 Ronald Riikola Jane Pucel Anfh0"'Y RGYEV , on iw 'vi 'W v' ,wffii a X x ka w J V I XY , Y N , " xx , v , gf -s J.. ' ' W ' fb! J APC ' X f Judiih Beliskar f Pauline Shaeger x rank Skube ' XJ , 'r . Janice Rosandich ' John Rove MCVY RYUV' Manunne Sarmed A- ax - fa , N . is wuz? II W f V , a h,a V A A. , Z' 'haf' Mary Skule -6, -3 W' ' Gary Tuihill 0, i U I ,f J. -y ulii .ii Qi 1"l' 1 Hjbli . l .J , i ,Ili ,ill ' I iii ' ' ' ' if -lf! r ' Gary Theno I ' g il ll ' L' iw' y I ,- X if l if 9? .4- 15 l Michael Weinzierl Y ' Tlierese Sla bodnik 0 l . .Jw 4, ,i fl.. .qbx -at V K ywvll' iwxi' y, 4:5 ' 1 4' KID 'f f P-7 , lf J' S .nf f P J lg is if Q V g Q Kff si A 4 Mi my V If 1 Judnh Wahlberg a r l X . I Roberl Tomsich l9Q we ,. -NN .+- Ph Joyce Whitt l 1 I N' A Q-31 5 8 xiii 0.4 ,4 ,,... .. :ff - . xi' : ..:-111.31 my , -.5 I -5.-F . 1-M, f r,,,4,, . , N -xfvizal' 'rf' , r ,ju ,,. v. 1 r:..f.g.f4.f glib '3TZWf1.'?L'1 .'w,'-?:',::q" ...,j.gi3f7g.g: 1,55 ff TL.. :fi'zT'.51 '?sN?i2'3'- gfmggpibg, , -1-.Q-,"u,-,g.' h '-?:"lfLfn"" .'-1--If'-Z"' -v 3--,na-1, .3.,-. .1.,. M . 'N .-.ff ., ., -53.1 ' George Somero Josephine Trcfnik x I 49 pug N, 1' 'ff .xx I i Karen Siarkman l Q IN l . ,Q 19 . r"w. ,rw aa KS Q, Q, -...J 47'--'-v 4 e v Q. fi ii. James Williams Carolyn Wahlsfrom Donald Ward 15 .T 4 Cai ll Q nw Laura Zbacnnk ns --. Larry Yadlasky Louis Zgonc fa. M 1 1, 4 r I Raymond Yuzna Maria Zupancich Sheila Robervs ,Q QM - f-'k . 'qm- Q ' - L , ff ,F , 49' , N VM? ,Low .31 . 'L' , ' X f I "N rv- " ' " ' 'YA f I V' 7x fr'-4,2 L L .I if ,ff 7 6 EQ Tb 'fe 6 A ,Sana A YF RTS U wwf Q X , X5-J ff! fx CT J E J M 'Dfw X f fx Qix f xx, fx.fl Ui Xhyw We Em 7mm Keep WMM! Our boys who are really Interested In track find thenr desires somewhat thwarted by occaslonal May snow storms However a large number of enthusiasts gathered at the call of Coach Peter Moron: and partucnpated un a few meets l The Zupancuches brungnng home a flrst? Gettang In shape for the trnangular meet 39 .l I S C 17 QUNL ll l l , N ' 4 03 'f .J ' t V ' 1 l C K X I Y' A 1 6 ' ,eu l l L. Uv M x i "' fax- -eb f X l f t 1 ff- X r-ZLRIYK X L -JEJZJ DLX flfd ,fa ffm X- 'X Q' 2, 1 A ff ri 1 . C Q X, J QXY' L2 - 'Y - - -':--:.. -T-:-----..-T" -V- I KJ. I I' .1 xirq ' mp' --I ' .. , . V Q I v I' nl 1? ,. ,,. :J fy, , 1 , Q -- rf mf, .ML 1, A rm . ' K "4 , Jn -ttf . 'fafhabgh ff- Q,-X f is fr "'ff'f4'Q 'ff 'H A My E' I A fit, ...rg J ---?744.r-5 -Q-657s f45 ' 65514 , N" w K A I Au . .9 6, ' I 4.-' 5 -Ma -rl'f"',, . 2241 QL, ' . -ff.. FROM LEU TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW: pmq gugmwm. SE, ,, p,,,.,V.gV fd g,,,r1m.dw ,orrn Pfnombr, Kun Lervrpkv 'fv'cvrvL:r Pdvo IHIRU ROW, Mme bv'-rum, XNrNlr4w D1-kzvhz Roy Muns- RrUr1:'Gs, Ron H105 Nfvhv' Suxhx Rm wd Fr YZ James Johrson,Br-HB1-vqhnd SECOND ROW: 'Uhr Dmh PO"hf1'v Rkfdy' Kmfm Befmffd ZWXmC'fh DUN" 'W BV" VW JCM" Mwhfffhf MWC F2,:', Jfxndwy, M-kv fwv-,wi--' Dun D1 :J-VZ ECU Engn: L-"gon E- . ,v 'lyuNf1, Moen ROb0V'Y Rnchord Frrtz going around end rn o tight game afeunt , Hy's footboh Team, manned mostly by rumors and sophomores, Won no games while losing 9, They locked the necessary power To overcome some of the Yorgcr Teams. The seasons heorrhrcokor wos o 6 to O loss to Colerorne, rcnes os one of the fovornes rn The Iron Ronge Conference. The scores are Hy Ofliulurh Eost 26, Hy O-I-hbbing 32, Hy OfGrond Rcxprds 33, Hy 6---EfeWeTh 39, Hy O-Cderorne 6, Hy 0-Chisholm 6, J. Hy IQ-Virgrnrcz 19, Hy 7-Inf Fohs 31, Hy 6-Two Harbors 26. 15 Q Tackles John Richards and Ed Zupancich. Wap few aaeof af 3 'Q 1 1 21 w-vw PENALUP , 7132? Q IW D , ,Q M ' W xvu xvl'la,, qi., -6 ,L ,T 1. A - . End Paul Buccowich. End James Smrekar. The formidable senior lineup Halfback Bert Berg Iund. i ,Q 1 ' E -my 1' I ' i 'q w l Halfback Dick Porthan and fullback Joseph Pryatel TWO SENIORS NOT SHOWN ARE: Martin Skala, tackle, 'J if and Ron ElioH, center. i ' L , ,zafgfi 4 R 'E 4: Tl f ' 44s 17: hee fam Me Zhu-men! Coach Klun does it again! The Ely Mermen, sparked by their record-breaking re- lay team and Art Knuutti, took third place in the state swimming meet. They came Through with an almost perfect season with thirteen wins and only one loss, This team manages to come through every year with a tighting spirited team, coming close to the top every time. Ely Virginia 38 47 50 35 51 34 Ely Biwabik Ely Winona 46 39 45 37 45 40 Ely Chisholm 49 36 Ely Duluth Denfield 54 31 Ely Duluth Denfield 68 24 55 29 61 24 Duluth Central Ely Hibbing Ely Eveleth 37 52 33 51 34 FIRS1 ROW, Left to Right, state record holders, 200 yard freestyle. A. Knuutti, E, Pempeck, L. Lindy, M, Tuomala. SECOND ROW: R. Anderson W. Koivisto, E. Porthan, R. Doian, J. Krall. t FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Maki, P. Tuomala, W. Erkkila, J, Chel- A. Knuutti, R. Germek, M. Tuomala, J. Krall, A. Carlson, Coach Klun. esnik, R, Dolentz, J. Lassila, T. Sterbenlc, P. Peroushek, R. Dolan. SEC- THIRD ROW: W. Koivisto, P. Ferderber, E, Porthan, W. Dolentz, D, OND ROW: Manager G, Dolentz, R. Anderson, L. Lindy, E. Pempeck, Debeltz, D. Larson, C. Gawboy, C. Johnson. ink so -i-I-he-e-1-2-2-----ACTH-1 -:f4.a.z..........a.a..t- -W .e-.eil1li..f.e.....I'.:.L.' ...e lf!" ...mil i 'XX 'T - ' 1 T E 'T ill. 4 C"-., c , 1 4 "-., s N em . i Q, .. - iff, VH V ' A 1 A i I f i w r it . X . V g 5 Q It X I . I i l . i fy ' ...rn V tl tj il L ' ' .. . Lb iii 'WRX 1- Y v' Q N7 J Q2 1 I. gd., 6 8 'li!Q.'lg:x"'7.1 3.1 'W Om I If I J, I are I erwh J 'T 7 ce Q - Q' I I Q94 lyhffl 'VV A f l me l l . ein: FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW, Ray Musich, Paul Lelcafz, Martin Skala, Ron Elloff, James Swvrekar, John Vesel, Jerome Klun, Pat Zupancich. SECOND ROW, Patrick Norha, Phillip Klun, Paul Kero, David Slagar, Willlafrs Zupancich, Mlke Palari, John Muhvich, Coach Fred MacReady, Manager Robert Lassi. THIRD ROW: Gerald Fritz, Edward Maxela, Michael l-larval, Delcrvse nw-n John Vesel and Marfin Skala. Goalie Ron Eliofl, Wlrwgs Janwee Srnrelmr, Paul I4-lkatz, and Jwmvw' Klan. ill, fy I J" h O .,,. wk ,. A -Q 4 . 4.1 I x' . fx.J"f' T , ,ZJ4 M v T ,A 1 - Q KA' N I-A . 1 F R. Q X , T 4 fx 1 ' 4 I, T fr at R 'F ' R T . ,f t it T , ' 7 .W-.r'i. .. T ff F K ,- . X-T ' ,A K . S x s ,6 4 2 f. ,im ., 5 rg. 4,-1 I f-4 x-,,. GnQfQ1' 5.1 Q7 V, i ,,f if FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW, Geraid Maiisheske, Jon Passi, John Richards, VGST Luridgreh, Gary Thema, Everett Esterberg, Frank Sayovitz, Richard Mattiia, Robert Tomsich, Roh Nirva SECOND ROW, Coach Bill Braun, Ran Omerza, For- John Evoriish, MOHOQGF DOl'7Gid Kobe. The basketbali team had a tairiy good season. Although they did not Wm a maiority of their games, they taught ail the way and showed promise. The team was dominated mostiy by xohiors, who showed Ely! Fighfimg spirit, Biii Braun is the coach. Wa, 04 046, wa td! C40 ,rm 55 ugafh fn' 44 44 :Gb 4l 5? dl ' -rl' Ll - ' 3 Q '7Dn,' Fl ' Eff R " 'W 7 ', . 4 f Q 1 4 48 4 :owl , F' . H We dl s R - M . Q , ' V41 l5!-'1 ' " se f f , , 5. 45 , . 5 - x ,ff - ww , . R 1, , 'fx M . ls. , TN , X if , ' Q ' K , f 'I ' L2 ' X Y L .4 I . xl ' , 1 T ' lr, K L 6 -'A V L . a I J- ' 4 Q - .as .,c,. v , C V - R :fn ET ! 437 Y now qu f , 7 V 72 You QET Q T M L A og - .. - Z BASKET gg., ' M' , BALL ,wi -W I Q v PLAWQRS FIRST ROW, left to Right: T. Smrekor, G. Trolond, M. Roberts, C. Buroglio, T. Hillman, G. Preshiren,D. .H If :Z ONSULH Filson, D. Berrini, D. Grimmer, J. Benko. SECOND ROW: Coach Anvhony Schulzeienberge, W. Boifz, R. gigs' f Vgfqii, " 4 A PUNY7 13. . .,., 1 , Omerzo, W. Loknor, R. Kolon, T. Loushin, M. Joneksolo, J. Pucel, B. Williams, M, Smrekcr. "4" "Q", 9" PICTURE' MS' . Stole record holding lree-style reloy teom composed of Don Debeliz, Lonce Lindy, Everett Pempeck, ond Art Knuufti. son make up the medley-reloy Ieom 47 , vw Mike Tuomolo, Bill Koivisto, William Dolentz, ond Richard Ander- A --E Jw-.0 .n- J, Nilsen with another flrsf. Mike Welnzierl stops this mon in vvwdlulr. V ,, A. ,, , 4 lp gl. -..ny . X r ,A Q W' - . Q -'5 ,-u , 6 X 4- Qyl. Fig W One of ll 'cw 'VT lm m Tle 7 1, 'S 2 , 3 2 ,L+ s 1. 'sf ri Couch Gerald Ludvigson, John Rom, ond Boo Tomsiclw, .vin ?!4"'H ' liidfi- 'Ji 'f"1,Ili'f,.'va' ' YWCA, Q f Our golf feom, only C1 yeor old, did not Wm ony Tl" 1,-2 Flu? . Wx! mdlclwes, but nl mode tough compefmon, The pldyers, slwowlrwg greedy lmprover-leurs an mdoor produces llvrooglw- OUT The Mmler, prepored Tlwemselves lor spring molclwes. 'L 'C kd' ua. f-V. - vi' f-fad Rudy Kolon ond Dole Fflson. J'l57U7f-1'n.' F- 4 f WEN 3 'Kg fl- V Tk, K 4, an Nnlsen chef cm Yough 7 F- Vuck enfhusscsvs The fear was corvpceezl :L me ,more and mo scprcfrzres. 'uv w V, nf 'NWO Yrymg Ms Rrchord Fnfz gong oroxmd end -rv 3 hgh? gsrre I.. '1 9595 'W l Johfxscfx gmd P Bucccwf' Com wr' V1 3 TNG Hfrrrmfs rww L Tae experwefce rrwey 'ess-.Jes rms post yecr will felp fvem to V becofvre betty Qohefs fem fem . . 4' . ff ' 1 A serious senior cheering sectio N' s. H- -, - -A. t - ' 1 fl . ., ll J: li i i '3 V A 1 ii if X A l , A' 'QU' , i v A lid ' A " , Mfg N 4 Krxx 27' 5 1 Q i If 5 7118 Vs . 1 . bg ' ' if-..,,4 1' , 'ta 5 f 7' 'S' -Z- ' 'A Agway z'. .M Joe Williams, catcher. RX T t '4'H'q,.' rl .as 'lliweufy STANDING: R, Drescich, T. Gorshe, C. Merhar, R, Deyalc, KNEEUNG: James Krall and R. EIIOH 7065 ide 'Eat Our fine baseball team, composed mostly of last year's seniors, had a fine record. The boys came through victorious in ll Bemle Kovocl' l""l"9OC'eG"5l"9le' games, while losing only 3. They won the District 27 season title and were runners-up in the district tourney. Their coach is Robert Drescich. 50 Y Q S --fl X. STANDING: John BUCCOWrCf'v, Rod Cryrveron, ond Bernard Komzcb - - at .7 Ely 5 ..,, Eveleth . . . . 8 I .... Gulbert ..... . . . 9 4 .,,Mourwrc1in Iron . .. 3 6 .,.. Tower ....,. . ,21 7 ,... Aurora ...... , . . 6 3 ,.., Mow'o2n Iron , ,., 8 5 .... Brwcbrk ....,. . . . 9 4 'ls' f f J ,I ' V, Y V fs :gil is i.. 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Riwhbovc, Murxlyvw CVUM-':, MQW An, pL.,,l pq-1,51 P,,.,3',.,V Vg HMV f1,,.', PJQULL, r L Los H,bYer, ilfmwf 'P1nr'w, Jmu Fiygr, SECOND ROW5 Guy Twf' R:P":'d Rothrvgzf FOURTH ROW, Dulg Fykgry Rzrfrfd Gervm-if E '11-'kc mme-' D'-'wma Gwwve- Thomas Lemfh Fiyger Abstm, Joif-:W K,zmk, Rwcrfgrd pres! THIRD ROWQ Jzmxfes LUSSVCI, Burug?1o,J0r: EQHM, I . 'W v. N3 9 m Mr. SCHULTZETENBERGPS HOMEROOM FIRST ROW, Left 10 Righfg Shirley Wrckrnon, THIRD ROW, Kenneth Lemke, Robev Lcssr, Louis Erzor, Robert Grchek, Gerald Bo Sharon Bonnier, Caroline Tornsrch, Vvgrnlo Zgonic, Hzcbew S'ohz SECOND ROWg FOURTH ROW, 5e'nzrd Kosr Gen, Anne, Dame? ':'vs 'Jecn flmwz, Torn SU fz Brucp Vonwofd, Terry Murph, F-'excnde' Bridefwx Rinald C'ne'z:1, Barry W'ir:'ns, A nl as 'U' 1 SRM vy Miss JOHNSON AND Mrs. HNATKO'S HOMEROOM FIRST ROW, Left to Right, Mury Lprfuurdle, Prrtrrcsu Kobe, Mury Leuwck, May Jr-'mu DOM-rvsrwxk, Cf-cfhfr Trxkuvntz, Jo Ann Lrrwdrcns, Bfrrbfxru KW':r,LaV.:r. SECOND ROW, R ,'f" ' :ry Kr, . gvc, Q2 1" f-",- Pwshrren, Jung! Havens, Cvnvhm TrWC"'L5L'M Lr,m'1 Crvrrifgr' :L if :V '1" NHL, Q " zvdl, Mmry QZJV 7 i ' THIRD ROW, Jayne Honey, R029 Mme F'fzuW're:r, p1:"wf1 Toufiwff, Shvfby Nrlfkmvn, Andrea Monmkko, Catherine Koskw, SP'serrwYl Johnson, Joyce: Bmrey, Shrrrey Sdvwfigvl. FOURTH ROW, Cecefiu Muir, Albewu Vie rvzwcrf, 'lmrgrfrrfz Byrrgferf, Prxuretre Prsrfcr, 'Amy Jean Kotcherur, Lmdm Dwmrzch, E'za:Lf:'H fwfierzcw 'Jvlwfs Lfzwnerv, Jcwwce Briwrw 15 , In A ,.Jbx x rdr- YY w if w Q! .L ' x 31. fag, v,---. W4 ai!-1 Mr. BAll.EY'S HOMEROOM FIRST ROW, Leff io Rlghfg Lwvs Dusmrk, Marie Megfew, Rage! Praswck, Maw Ano Vid, Ke' Smbbf, Me'55a 7cy'of, VVwHva'r Anderson, SECOND ROWg lowes Fo'z, Ef.zobe?b Kwcs, Donald Kobe, Lorca McDonald, Sandra Rom, Boave G-2'z!r' Mare FaHkua THIRD ROW, JCWES He-Hdfxcksor, Rwchard Bemon, w 5'-Q 'Q 7 ff in e 'U,"'.1'.11?' Jon Wdmunen, Henry Maftwfo, Genevieve Pwriz, Michael Karakash, Jatquelme Pecore FOURTH ROWg Rchard Fmz, Stardey Verbuck, lm Johnson, Gary Jolonson, Jwm Troland Iva fhsarx, Donald Debelvz '? na 3 Q31 N1 ' X , , li I HI. Q Hia ex E il' fg :tr f Uh el 25855 Mr. CLARK S HOMEROOM FIRST ROW, Lefi To Righfg ia 3. iw-"' M1' f- Ein! 1' ff'f" ' THIRD ROW, T' ' ' , .1 " ' ' ,v" P' " "fi Mui -" V: 5"-IWW' Ludwrx, Qfwffe- E 1:4 P f' rd C, :Nz 'v Rqawv y W P SECOND ROW F'-:HT T'-gb 'Yf,, Sdvwdt Demw, Upg1"'f2vT FOURTH ROWQ MWF RUTZWYC TT' Nw" H' Rf!! I"f4U'9"'k LGf5:TVi1 JO' P: ' Jie- r -r Pan! STOULH, Bf""1' ' C-V f :"V Gvorfzwm U :'K"' 31-"'rw', Be-" 'w' U ' :wf " We wide 45, . . p These prcosunf lookmg pcopk, Porrfck Zuponcrch, Treasurer, Steve Kopch, President, Mnss Cfoncy, Advisor, John Somrock, Vice-President, and Jerome Sellgo, Secreiory, halve supervnsed The Freshmen ocfivmes of Thxs pus! year Among other rlmngs, the dass sponsored cn successful dnncc- nn November THE Book wsu-T KVM 1 goo.: Ammo LIKE 4 f kg:-3 fx . .-,void TH E MovlE "9 5 , I 4- 0352: 'Sp M Q E Vo X O 1 1' I Q9 1: 'Y Q tx: Y-.xo xf' rf- fl Y' ,thc 1 qi" ' f Siudylng? People? cfe'74a?7 3 O for a stroll7 The right book? E. Jacobson checks one as J. Popesh extracts another from her locker. My, how industriousl Bespectacled S. Grebenc and C. Schwegel concentrate, behind them C. Beal and M. Crothers work. Farther uo, Y. Shega and J. Benedix labor an. Only B LeRoy has time to watch the picture-taker. Look.. on hip, "Music hath Charms .wordsl E. Luukkonen looks. points as C. Bird, han Her team is loswng, undoubtedly. " Here we have C. Tisavich in rapt attention, C. Knapp about to play and VA Malisheslce about to be charmed. Q?" Charge! See how happily we go to our classesl ffl, Q Q I 5:30, Qzfo, Q a 0 o 0,5 0' NO- o 0 '.' . 0 . - . 4 sf. , .'o' .gf 1 safesx Vlfotching the plants grow? It's fascinating, apparently, to the grinning R, Wirklrfmen and S. Kcpsch and to the serious T Sterbenlr and G Wahlberg. Kg.. , Y -rfi lt's really funny, lf, Mr. Tuomala? Rerrentber Freshrnen Days? B and G. Kosxr won't forget. 3 l isn't Neim il L One, two, three, sing! C. Leone, C, Delaughder, V, Porthan, W. Kuklco, B LeRov take it seriously Come on, girls, let's yell! Whoever said a pep meeting was a ioyous thing? Maybe someone is giving a speech. The audience is certainly attentive, ' It's a serious business, this being a tenor. Witness the i, A Fuller, C Kna pp' earnest young men: C, Bird, RA Novak, J. Agnitch, R, Wirklcanen, G. Wahlberg. We f4'Z6 ez-he ' We 704112, I .9 .x J f X epfdq C':r"b down, dimb down. from 1 ,, H ' Srre-C 0 eTCh, Grown' your Tvory Tower X There's no hurry, were ps! gomq YO dass. - This was o tough ossxgnrnerwt. 'f' I YEZQAD, :M RUNNING OUT of: P096 s lg? s 5 faqs., U E! I1 'I ' 'i555:. I If -..g:. 'a"u' 'inf N .llhl 1: G, ,4 ,,! Here we some, ready or nov T X . I f v I ff -N ., 1 yi ATI rlghf boys, this as cn pep mfrchng' More srre-e-0-e-evchl Q 0 v V 1 I 'A fa-2 a' . . l I gig. 51 ' I H 46? 1 I2 f- 'll flfxsx Q fx 4 , f ' X3 2 ,ef " X X . . .f f fi V X X Z X X X I Q J Nxf Xi w WJ XX X: xl '?'s-. Q I cj l Jill, -,-, -Njf I-. ip," -,L-,Mx 1: me F -M X X ' V- 'f?LT X -fer, .Cl l g N , cff ,fc ll, -'LV4.w.. if Q T' ,, 5 fl 1 .. - .. - - - - -. . F' TOP ROW: Shirley Klun, Jonice Rosondich, Mary Lou Skule. Theo Luthonen, SECOND ROW: Joanne Novak, Morgoret Merhor, Clorene Coll. THIRD ROW: Eunice Fritz, Marianne Sonsted, Mory Ella Klug, BOTTOM ROW: Sandra Simonick, Gloria Mistek, Jonet Korkki. MISSING in the picture is Corolyn Crothers. Cf' at T I - .. 4- a 3' s.. 1 L. c2eta.S", The Rhythmettes is on oll girl chorol group consisting of fourteen high school iuniors. They often oppeor at school assemblies ond ore directed by Mr. Wilson. Busy ot work is the olto section, H+ ' - l -Fu 'ASL l Twice o week these so- pronos diligently, work out new numbers, 6356 90. F A D 1 4 ,N THE A CAPELLA CHOIK: BOTTOM ROW, S Ssmonmk, P. N,kk.nen, D Zac, J Korkkz, B. Engeinorr, B Lobe, J Larson V Deysk, M Ncnofs, J Trotrnk, M. KJUQ, P. Lepmo SECOND ROW, M Sehgo, D. Skrudskw, J Test, K Munson G M-stek, J Novcx, M Bortowcn, A. Lunkc, D Gusperlin, JV Anohn, M Pfegcr, B Morom, G Tomn THIRD ROW, M SROJG, M Mmveiz, J, SeJwgo, J Mclsnurl, K. Pruse, C. Crofhers, J, Risundxcn, C CQIJ, M, Merhor, J Sehqu, T. Lurhonen, SA KTun, M Skule, E. Fritz, H, Kehus. FOURTH 4 1 9406025 ' ' SENIOR CHORUS: TOP ROW, B SQJO, D Zcxlvugsgfk, P Sfnrekor, R, Brinb n, J H.JYL:' J K Vw, J FOSS., J STVLJRQJ SECOND ROW, P R Rmbnrds, A Sider E To'nJ::novicJ1 M Mcwe-T1, M B'1nOveYZ,M TQMIUVT THIRD ROW, M SKGJU, M 5eJwgc1, J Sewjn, LJ Ne-MWUYK H Sxxzdzq, C N,:1:'Js FOURTH ROW, D Skfnzdzkw, K, Mn Her'g:Jf:,J T'15Y, D Zizi 0 HH ROW, P Gcdec, R Rchcrds, A. Sadler, E Jomfpnovlch, S. Herrolc, H MQHJG, R. Hoimsten, J Wilmunen, C. Johnson, W DoJentz, B 'Jen Vwfcfd, B- Kccrds, H Sczdoff, B, Nel- mork, M Kozcxf, J. S?rukeJ, FIFTH ROW, B Solo, D Zokrqsek, T Klewnbeck, G Tneno, G. Chernlvec, R. Tomsich 1 Wwlfwums, P Sn1fckur,J Hxnor, J, Pczssu, J Revo, D Larson, J, App, J KI Jn, M Svvekznr, J Evzzmsh, T, HalJrnc1n, J Mokw, NA Bcmoveu, C NTCHOJQS Mr FRANK WILQUN, our cnzms wnsfmctor I Godec, " 1 . in ,..s R' ' so Pt . Mfg nl' " "e These three alto singers contribute to the harmony at the chorus. JUNIOR CHORUS: TOP ROW, M Merhczr, C, Crathers, C. Call, J Rosrzndich, K. Rruse, J. Novak, G. Mistex R Hzlwsten, F. Lsterlberg, G Chernivec, J, Rovo, G. Sowero, J Evonesh. SECOND ROW, D Gasperlin, M Sansted, J Larson, G Therwo, J Williams, R. Tomsich, M Skule, B. Moroni, M. Ptelsfer, E, Fritz. THIRD ROW, D. Annerer, L. Zbcxcnilc, B, Lobe, S, Klun, S. Sirnoniclc, J, Whitt, P. Nilclcinen. FOURTH ROW, M. Olnsfod, I. Muhvich, B. Engelhart, M. Bartovich, A. Lunlca, R. Preblich, J. Aholo, T. Luthanen, J. P l ' ' ' enna a, L. Golobich, M. Klug. BOTTOM ROW, J. Seliskar, F. Delolc, C. I-Iolrn, J. KorkI4i,A. Dargentino, K Starkrnon, V. Deyalc, M. Nichols, M. Richards, J, Troinik. What would our chorus be without these lads? SOPHOMORE CHORUS: TOP ROW, C. Buslcirlc, J. Wilmanen, R, Germek, B. Von Wald, H. Mattilo, T Kleinbeclc, N. Theno, A. Weinzierl, B. Kaatialo, T. Hillman, P, Lcpisto. SECOND ROW, C. Hall, J Mahoney, N. Richards, J. Pecore, G. To'fin, C. Elioft THIRD ROW, S. Rom, S Schwegcf, M. Crathers, M. A. Reko, G Rirtz, C. Tcrnsich, L Hibler, V. Bungert, C. Malci, M, Walli, B Gerzin. FOURTH ROW,5. Nilxlcincn, IC Koski, G. Matschfer, J Anderson, J. Brown, D. Preshiren, M. Taylor, E Kcincs FIFTH ROW, M. Boldir. M. Moglen, M Kctchewr, L, Christian, R. Koivisto, B KlobJchc1r, M, Dolenshak, J Lindroos, M Laza' f 5' , ' - f',' IMP? BOTTOM ROW. S. Buboslw, L. McNeal, D, Kosclwolc, G. Mollslw- eski, T. Koscholc, T. Srnrekor, M. Dunston, B, Englehort, G Serne, R. Dotoru ROW TWO: K. Kromer, J. Word, M. Tont- Tllfi, J. Ryon, F. Pnlclwer, J. Kuznik, W. Hill, J. Mulwvich, W. Pelto, M. Zuponciclw. TOP ROW: J. Kroli, R. Sorlonen, D. Moblllo, J. Rothrnon. BOTTOM ROW: N. Toulloll, A. -"'.'- St. Arnont, M. Kotclwevor, J. Smreknr, C. Nlklcolo. ROW 1 X TWO: J. Wohlberg, S. Rom, J. Pislwler, P. Englehort, P. Pishler, C. Novak, P. Peruslwek, F, Olson, R. Olson. TOP ROW: A. Kuznik, J. Polclner, D. Ceror, L. McNeal. BOTTOM ROW: l., Erzur, S. Houpulo, K. Lundeen, C. Tisoviclw, V. Molisheslce, L. Duclworrne, G. Pirtz, B. Shepel, ROW TWO: J. Mockie, K. Knapp, L. Anolon, M. Ge:-rmelc, J. Mottson, B. Bernard, J. Tolcovitz. TOP ROW: W. Anderson, J. Pusori, D. Holclconen, D Grlrnnwer. Director, Jornes Strong. We glow WM and .locwln We play Sqft and ,low Gaddltg nee wezaivmf Richard Ekhoml, director. x 'A - . f w - f i xy V V , x""""'1lln 'Tin BOTTOM ROW: J Jefirey, H. Koreni, E. Sfrurzel, F. Maki, K. Pclcher, A, LoMon1ogne, J. Godec. ROW TWO: A. Long, R. Peifso, R. Torfin, J. Kuznik, J, Leino, E. Sforkmon, R. Dey, R. Wahlberg, B. Nykonen. ,M- ' 4 TOP ROW: S. Johnson, E. Englehort, B. Lundeen, D. Lozinski, C. Misrek, K. Kozor, D. Pecor. PN -: '- 1 D-,WT Jo i BOTTOM ROW: M. Muhvich, P. Schmolfz, J. Verve, W. Lahti, N Esrerberg, R. Comoish. ROW TWO: H. Solminneri, T Solo. D. Aho E. Sfokloso, J. Monnikko, J. Dolerifz. TOP ROW: A. Aholo, G Sever, C. Mobilio. Missing: G Stcrrkmon, P. Aholo. P. Dogon. ,vi 666 . 9 1 you ' s "if" BOTTOM ROW: E. Tomljcmoviclw, J, Mackie, M. KOZCIV, J. Mosnorl, P. Smrekor, A. Scldev. TOP Isoy if goes this woy ROW: R. Holmsten, M. Bonovetz, J. Hulor, K. Pruse, J. Possi, C. Nicholas, J, Evonish, S.Herrolo, T, Hillman. Two soloists of work. ' nee Fkzfect fits .sf 1 Ja no , 11 ,Q o 49' 0,9 N rQ0 0 O 0,3 ,fix fxz-xx rm 5 0,1 5 , 3 'Nw N M? U xJ:f L Yivkauvpwv ' -30,0 , ,Q 4 ' QJ 1-if 6 4' FACUL And l dl ld, h I hclg ilacii wgcliaclxe earn Q Y CI-IAUCER '.:,-gf, s Y' 4 "3a:'s' 1' o 0 4 e,nQo'I' ""0"0'4- 0. , Q QQ I-9 rf , i I ST 32.0, ?v 195410 n',.',-v.g..,, W . I-' 42'- f '- Z STK 01 -X: WN xxx xx L 1 X . . '. 1 S 'in - , 01' V. -.,a.,o , 'xv' 'O of . 4 1? R' Q R00 04 4 ' ', .. 9 ' 0 ' ' " 'vo ug., A 1 -' N 1 .' . va .- 1's 1 if 1:3 ' .T ' " '00, hh I g Y G01 I J AA 5:5 s I: :L s'.12.v. .? if ga. l' A. ' 1 , ' 4'o'o Q' 0 Q Q fl 'I ' ,.,.,. , .. .,.. 1 ' ' 39'-'.-f ' ' ,Q o,,qA.t x -.gg 3 1 . J , . n gf A , 2' :O ," W fx 1. -9 ' .' 41 we - . f .' l .s....., gan' .9 . ' v.:g.j.3.,.:Qg45,,- Q. Q o u , 1 5:':':o:o'o'o'-'.' ' 3.33 o"' ..,. 'lx'-' . D . iq kb 'I 5' - ,', f' O 994 0 -4 . I . . -. - , o . A u ' F' s ' ,TW 1 .-'M '..-,. I 4- . 2. , . , .-Qe5,s:,0.v,, i 3. , - .-g,3.r:,:,,:,v, Q - ' - 5 'scgu M 0 3 ' XO' . J 5 9' 'W ',fvffvn.,,,, , J C , vw Q 0' ' 0 xx 4- x .ws Q ' I ., X 1 I . -,wx "IV V M ug! K : 10,0 . 'Ns ' -XL.: - -. , 2 I lu U- . K 4 ' 4 llll AND DRA MA-5 dm Aan- ara 4444441 The members, of my School board have on arduous lating school policies. Because of their pe-rserverance, lab, Our directors, during the regular monthly meetings we have G very efticiently run school. and their many special meetings, work diligently formu- ,, ff Peter Moscatelli John Artisensi Rennold Thermo John Nicholas MVS- lsobel KOSH Fir 6' ' a Edward Porthan Cliftord Bird W. 7. p, S.,0m 4, and A ,.-ai! -Q13 HOWARD ANDERSON General Science, Biology Geomerry WILLIS ANDERSON v ELIZABETH HNATKO WILLARD J, MURPHY Home Economics Superintendent if! A?" KENNETH CLARK Typewfifing Social Problems, Mathematics JACK PENINGER mo So 1146 TP4NoMlAL mvisoiz QP THE CDM M ON 5u.usPi0 I6 - ewnseo BW ff gs me mein OFPLIIIE swine W I WILHO V. LANGEN High School Principal , QQ- ix 1 l di fll 9 ,031 ,Cari OO! Q X 1' 'I 1 ',e.1 . ,An- '-nvl' f r ' - A E ' w,:,'..lS?E.. A '--' "Zf2z.'2'2 V -4 X A f f A X f. ' 'La "vm 'Wd' :- pl Girls' Ph is NORMA GOURLEY German, English MARILYN SETULA ysical Educafion and V Rich x if . 'rw M,-,A Health av is f- di 3 , Q 1' , i' 4,3 3,1 - Thr ELIZABETH GJERVIK Speech, English, Play Production MARY LOU SMITH Office Practice, Stenagraphy JOSEPHINE JAKSHA English NOLA-JUNE STANGLER Home Economics ,af ,- :E Gy ' 4 3' Q-'P WV ,I . .9 ,vb "V Q , if REGINA JOHNSON Home Economics DELORES ANN WOOD Latin, English 9-MDM. gi YA 5 Verna Senstad teaches math and Rose Fortier makes English an ,Qf 4 interesting subject for the eighth graders. rj? Vida Thomas is the guardian of our library. i n i i' ' I 51.596 11.4. Grade 9 pupils become better citizens as a result of Gertrude Clancy's classes in Civics. fi 1-4' dimly hull i ,alla ,Q I .. ., , I J W 7 History, American and World, keeps Leonard Klun is our swimming inf Robert Dregqigh busy,ethe Little structar and also teaches drivers' Legguerg Claim him as their coach, training. foo- John Perko and Gerald Ludvigson discuss These gentlemen, Gerald Adamic, Fred Handberg, and Steve their history and math problems. Smrekor, teach the boys mechanical drawing, woodworking, machine shop, and sheet metal work. w ,av Peter Moroni is one of the busy members of the athletic depart- ment and teaches drivers' training. George Banovetz, chemistry teacher, queries Fred Mc- Ready, physics and math instructor and hockey coach. Q , l if . il, 1 -Nvi- Q Asslstont cler Louts Gorntk ond Nurse Ann Stoll supervtses our lseolth de- Doctor O. E. Snylcer as our school pltyslclon Our prnncnpcnls effl Secretory Angelme Purtz ore olwoys portment :lent secretory busy tn the otzllce Loretto Hortu , it fmt Q f This is one dentist who is almost painless- Doctor J. Kolon, 4 sx ,al- Y' E, WMRED BRAUN ANTHONY SCHULZETENBERGE LAUREN lE'N0 Hmory' Civics English, Assistant Coach BlOlO9Y Basketball Coach Visual Arts Director ns pf ERNEST BAILY MARGARET MCLEOD " World History Geosfvphv f, 'U' ll 1' Q- '33 EDWARD BUCKLEY Athletic Director, Physical Education RICHARD EKHAMEL Instrumental Music fb-4 V GRETCHEN ZIMMERMAN Speech Q-in N tw , Q. DFQAMACWD D Junior high declomcation participants and their ad- viser are shown: SEATED: Ann LaMontagne, G. M. Peterson, K. Polcher, S. Gotchnik, J, Artisensi, M.A. Smith, D. Londo, and Miss Fortier. This talented group of choral readers shown at the bottom right have thrilled audiences with their interpretation of The Sym- phony ofthe Iron Range. l.. Hibler, V. Zgonc, C. Wahlstrom, J. Lind- beck, and J. Tomsich listen to their declama- tion director, Gretchen Zimmerman. ln the lower picture are declamation participants. FRONT TO BACK: J, Lindbeck, B, Shepel, J. Smrekor, B. Moroni, R. Rothman, V. Zgonc J, Tomsich, S, Simonick, C. Novak, M, Borto- vich, L. Hibler, C. Call, D, Cadori, C, Wahl- strom, M. Beoty, J, Whitt, S. Klum M. L. Skule, C, Crothers, J. Rosondich, T. Luthanen. 'Q' "i'iie Old Lady Shows Her Medals." THE CAST: M. Banc-veTz, M. Beaty, M. BarTovich, G. Chernivec, and J. Lindbeclc. W" 7 I As shown by These picTures, The acTiviTies of The DAC are varied. During The year, noT only did This group present Three excellenT one-acT plays, buT They also learned The oTher phases of acTing, puTTing on make-up, and The arT of painTing and building seTs. "Free Speech." THE CAST: C. Novak, J. Evanish, J. Williams, J. Richards, E. Zupancich, F PorThan, and R. Sarianen. "He Ain'T Done Righi By Nell " THE CAST: C. Call, T. Luthanen, G. Theno, J. KaivisTo, J. Larson, P. Lekatz, and S. Sirnanick. Our iovial group OT Senior DAC merrbers. John K, Gary T., Paul L., and Ed P, waTcn The rehearsal 2 . Our liTTle penguins Joanne N. and Mari anne S, Marsha B. and Joan L, wander whaT hap- pened To Their make- up man. Miss Giervilc, The adviser, puTs The final Touches on Joe W. as Charles N, and Maxine B waTch. wiTh mixed expressions, Adviser Elizabeth Giervik confers with the Thespian ofticers-S. Klun, Trecsurerg S. Simonick, Secretaryp J. Whitt, Presidentg and M, L. Mavetz, Vice-President. P. Lekatz and J. Maki are al- ways around to help the Thes- pians put on a production. N1aMa-ffl? The Misses Ahola, Bartovich, Lindbeck, Johnson, and Tanttari look over a scri . 7005- L. Mehelcich and P. Buccowich make them- selves useful painting a set for one of the plays. , .f -f- Carolyn Crothers makes her debut as a student director in the play He Ain't Done Right by Nell. L WCM' S. Klun, C. Nicholas, M K. Mavetz, T. Luthanen, B. Moroni, and S. Simonick act out a pantomime. .,.4"f'g " av W glance! The struggle begins with the Tiger winnin9 'he iewels "Aieee! Oswald!!" The senior class, under the supervision ot our director, Eliza- beth Giervilc, very capably and successfully presented a three act mystery comedy to a capacity audience. TIGER HOUSE vvas the product ot hours ot work by all class members and 1 advisors. However, we received rich dividends socially and ,X , -ri- .SB Hnancially since our organized ettorts resulted in such a ' g- - commendable performance. . my , F0Y4L ,- 145 H Xxx X .31 gg E020 'ti-,L Oh, my goodness! What has happened to Erma? The Cast: "Act thy part well .... Ogwgld and Mac finally round up the Tiger and his accomplice tl 'L .. Q vi' 'ii H ff ' ,627 15 4' 2" gum . C k, K I' MA,-A5 A. A V., Q ,Sl I . 2 A aim if 'N ' -3 1 ywt K' , ' I ll f' X' W., 545' X l 9 X 51 N-nu V . ' x Q. .f jf 1 Q. ' , I X X f x 1 1 1 M I Q 1 waves-ann I sn 5 w .X Q95 I. Toorses SiJVT'b9' paffy. 2 The boys painting our set. 3. The girls. 4. Chas, you neaimfui dciil. 5 Siaves of hero seniors. 6. We watched their charts burn-and burn if did, 7, Captain Seri and his slave. 8. Learned Joe "Spfogs," 9 More Siavesi. What a dayi IO, Marion in the kitchen. ' TN 2 , A -"ff i"t'.41. '. ,Lf-pf A 7. . 4. ' uv" Ii Lance, Smucvc, Edza, Rorrme, and Ed sixth grade. TQ. Om iaveiy recepfionistslif 13. Rap' attention! 14. Oh, Johnii i5. Dan, Casper, and Nik engrossed in canversafion. 16 Ediior Doientz ar wofk RICHARD AHOLA Football I2 Basketball I2 Char s I JAMES ANDERSON Basketball I2 Wsnter homecornsng Ksna RICHARD ANDERSON Football I Swsmmsng I2 34 Chets Club 4 KENNETH BACHAR Chorus I23 a Capella Cho 23 MARSHA BANOVETZ FHA I2 H L I234 Cho I2 34 A Capella 34 Madrsgals 4 Qusll 5- Scroll 4 Sen or Play Make Up Chasrrnan 4 Contest Play 4 BERT BERGLUND Football I 4 Hockey 23 E Club Lbrary Club 2 Golf Club 2 BONNIE BERNARD Band 3 4 ROBERT BROBIN Football I ack 2 Baske ball Prosectsom 1 Club 3 Golf Club 4 DAC Pressdent 3 Thespsan Sensor Class Play 4 Chorus 4 A Capella Chosr 4 GEORGINE BUBASH FHA I 2 Chorus 2 3 Grs State 3 Thespsans 4 Sensor Class Play 4 PAUL BUCCOWICH B sketball I 23 Football I 234 Base ba 2 3 4 WILLIAM BUNNEY Chorus I2 Prolectsonsst Club 2 DAC I2 34 Thespsan 23 4 Class Treasurer 2 Hs Lstes 2 Lsbrary Club 2 SUSAN CHERNE Sensor DAC 24 Sks Club 34 Band I23 Qusll and Scross 4 Hs Lstes 4 German Club 4 Sec ol DAC 4 JANICE DIETRICH Chorus 2 3 4 RUSSELL DOJAN Swsrnmtng I 2 34 Track I 2 4 Bon 2 4 Chorus I 2 3 GERALD DOLENTZ Football I23 Ba ketball I23 Sw n Mgr 4 Track I2 DAC I Cho s I23 ACape a Tsmberland 234 Class Treasurer I Thespasn 4 Qull a d Scroll 3 4 Sensor Class Play 4 DAC Play 4 LEORA DCHARME DAC I234 FHA I2 B d I234 Class Vce Pressdent 3 Declarratson I2 Sensor Class Pl y 4 Thespsans 4 Chorus I 2 RONALD ELIOFF Football I234 Hockey I234 Sclen Club 3 Class Vsce presldent I Junsor Rotarsan 4 Baseball rack I C GERALD FILSON Baseball 2 Basketball I 2 Scsence Club 2 JOSEPH FOLZ Chorus 2 PATRICIA GAWBOY Scsersce Club 34 German Club 4 MURIEL GERMEK DAC I Band 34 Chorus 4 Sensor Class Play 4 JQANN GLINSEK Photography Cl b I2 DAC I FHA 34 H Lstes 4 Chorus I 2 3 PHYLLIS GODEC Vlater Babes I23 A Cap Il 34 ROGER HARIO Scsence Club I 2 3 BETTY JEANNE HARTLEBEN Photography Club I24 Ger rnan Club 4 Chorus 2 3 Madrsgals 4 Sensor Class Play 4 W LIAM HILL Basketball I2 S nce Club I23 Bond I2 3 4 Jr Rotarlan 4 Sr Class Play 4 JOHN HUTAR A Capella 4 Madrsgals 4 DAN JAVOR Hockey 2 3 EN KEHUS Chorus I2 34 DAC 2 u Capella 2 3 DENNIS KLOBUCHAR Golf Club 4 OME KLUN Hockey 2 34 DAC 2 Chorus I 2 A Capella 34 TIME OUT FOR GINGER 2 TIGER HOUSE Scsence Club ARTHUR KNUUTTI Sw mrnsng I2 3 4 MARY JO KOBE Water Babes I 2 DAC I Z4 Hs Lstes 2 3 Declarnatson I Chorus I 2 FHA I 2 WILLIAM KOIVISTO Swsmrnsng I 234 Chefs Club 4 Golf Club 3 83 KENNETH KOSTELAC Basketball I MARIE KOZAR Hs Lstes 2 FHA I2 Pep Club 3 4 A Capella orus M rs als T s sons Sr C Play 4 JAMES KRALL Swsmmsng I234 Baseball 234 Thespsan Qusls croll 4 Band 234 Pressdent 4 Sensor C Play 4 E Club 34 Tsrrberlane 4 ANTHONY KUZNIK Basketball I B nd I234 School Dance Band I2 34 MAE KATHRYN LaTOURELLE FHA I2 Char 34 Chorus p C ub s es L G LEKATZ Hockey I234 E ub 234 Club 2 Play 4 ARLENE LEMKE DAC 2 FHA I 2 JO N LINDBECK Sks Club 4 Pep Club 2 AC Madrsgals 23 Chorus 23 A Capella 3 GLORIFIED BRAT SHOWS HER MEDALS 4 KAY LASSI Band I 2 3 4 Scsence Club 3 LANCE LINDY Chefs Club 4 Swsrnrnsng 23 4 Track I 234 BILL LOE Transferred frorr Slayton Msnnesota JAMES R MAKI Swsmmsng I2 Golf Cluo 4 VIS E MAKI HsLtes '73 Sk b Cho 234 Chosr 4 Football hornecornsng queen 4 GERALD MALISHESKE B nd I 2 3 4 Basketball I 2 34 Ba bal 234 Scsence Club 3 Sensor Class Play 4 JEROME M MALNER S srnrn rsg I4 Track I Progectsonsst Club 2 DAC 2 JUDY MASNARI HsLstes 234 Edstor 4 Qusll and Scroll AC C 3 Chorus I234 Class Secretar Thespsans 234 THE UGLY DUCKLING I TIME OUT FOR GINGER 2 TIGER HOUSE 4 0 0 0 0 I 5 5 5 1 U 5 - ' I 5 I t 5 ' a : . 4- 1 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 ' Ce 3545 Ch I,253,45 ad 'g 45 he p' 45 . lass . 3,45 T 525 "E" lub I52,3,4. : ' ' 5 5 , 5 5 5 5 ' I 5 5 5 if 5, 1 5 5: ' . 45 ' S 5 I5 5 5 5 ' I,5 ' lass z 5 5 i- ites 5 5 5 5 rus 5 , 1 . 5 5 5 ' 5 5 5 5 5 l 5 ' 5 I I l 5 5 , : 5 a 5 5 5 5 I 52535 1 5 5 2,35 5 : 5 5 i 5 5 I 5 . : c 5 5 5 5 5 I,2,3,45 Pe I I,2,3545 H'-Lit I,2. z 5 . sl- ' 5 5 5 . 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' - ml Q - 1 5 5 5 VU 5 5 5 Il 35 I 5 5 5 7' 5 1 : '-' 5 5 1 I 5 I ' 5 5 5 5 ' 5 i rs I 5 5 5 5 . 3545 D I,25 hoir 5 5 5 5 5 y 35 U I 5 5 I 1 5 5 OH 5 5 5 5 - 1 ROBERTA R MATTILA FHA I34 Water Babes I2 DAC JOANNE K MATTSON Transfered from Ironwood Mlchlgan Band 3 4 KAREN M MATTSON Transferred from Tower Soudan Chorus 3 4 Cho r 4 MARY LOUISE MAVETZ Skt Club 3 Prolectlantst Club 2 De clamatton 23 DAC I234 Chorus 4 Cholr 4 Thes nan 2 34 Qurll and Scroll 4 HI Lltes 2 3 4 Plays TIGER HOUSE 4 DAC Play 1 LEONARD MCNEAL Football 2 3 Band I 2 3 4 LORETTA McNEAL FHA I Hn Lntes 2 Sclence Club 3 Band I2 3 4 Clos Secretary 4 LAURENCE J MEHELICH Basketball '23 Scrence Club 4 DAVID MYERS Transferred from Portland Oregon JEROME MISTEK DAC I 2 34 Science Club 4 Photography Club I2 Bard I Thesp an 234 Stage Manager CRADLE OF GLORY TIME OUT FOR GINGER BERNICE NELIMARK Chorus 34 A Capella Cholr 4 CELESTE NICHOLAS DAC I2 Pep Club 234 Declama tnon 2 Thespuan 234 Chonr 34 Madrlgals 24 ARLEN OLSON Football Hornecomrng Kmg FRANK PALCHER Swimming I 2 Band I 2 3 4 JO PASSI A Capella Chour 234 Basketball I234 Track 2 3 Modrrgals 34 Play THE OLD LADY SHOWS HER MEDALS 4 Chorus I 2 3 4 EVERETT A PEMPECK Swrrnrnrng 234 Scvence Club EDWARD PORTHAN Football 4 Football Manager wnrnmmg I2 3 4 Track I2 3 4 Club 2 3 4 Club 4 Vrce Presudent 2 Play FREE SPEECH 4 JOSEPH PRYATEL Football I 2 3 4 Basketball I2 Track I2 Hockey 2 Sc ence Club I2 Propectuonlst Club MARY JEAN PUCEL Sk: Club 3 Photography Club 2 FHA 2 Chorus I JOHN RICHARDS Basketball I234 Football 234 Pr Iectlontst Club 234 Senuor Class Play TIGER HOUSE 4 FREE SPEECH 4 ROSEMARY RICHARDS Thespuon 34 DAC I234 Photog raphy Club I FHA I2 Water Babes I2 Declamatron 3 Choru I 2 A Capella 4 ALICE SADER Chorus 34 A Capella 4 Madrrgals 4 BETTY O Pep Club I234 FHA 2 A Cape a :tes Ch rus I234 Class Secre ary 2 FHA LILLIAN SALO Transfered from Aurora Illrnots FRANK SAYOVITZ Basketball I 2 3 4 HELEN SAZDOFF DAC 34 Thespton 34 H Lute 234 Club 3 orus 4 C ela Q and Scr SYLVIA SEEKEL Chorus I 2 3 4 JUNE SELIGA A Capella 34 Chorus I2 34 MAY SELIGA Water Babes 23 Skt Club 3 Skatlng Club 2 FHA I 2 A Capella 3 4 Chorus I 2 3 4 MARION SERSON DAC I2 FHA I2 Declamatlon I MARTIN SKALA Hockey I234 DAC I2 Library Club 2 Football 3 4 Thespnans 3 4 E Club 3 4 DIANE SKRADSKI Chorus I234 Choir 34 FHA I2 DOLORES SMITH FHA I JAMES SMREKAR Football I234 Hockey I234 Track I E Club I234 Chorus 2 Class Othcer PAUL SMREKAR Football I2 Basketball I2 Chorus 34 Choir 34 Madrlgals 4 Golf Club 4 RONALD SORJANEN Swlmrmng I2 Fo ball I23 E Club 2 Band I234 DAC Play FREE SPEECH 4 JOAN STRUKEI. 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