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

 - Class of 1958

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Memorial High School Ely Minnesota Memoral High School our Alma Mater WE THA K YOU When a student's life in general seems out of tune, when teachers pile on the home- work, when a two o'clock assembly raises hopes for an early dismissal and those hopes prove to be ill-founded, when new rules seem senseless and the old ones impossible, upon whose shoulders is placed the blame? He who assumes the Herculean responsibility of serving as a high school principal seemingly must accept, along with the myriad iobs that are naturally a part of the office, that extra burden that we students, unthinkingly, add. On the days when we see things clearly, then we are aware of the daily impor- tance, in our lives, of the man who is never too busy to hear our problems, to give us his good counsel, and to encourage us with his kind and warm smile. The busiest man we probably will ever know is our superintendent. To be responsible for a school plant as large as ours is no insignificant iob. Problems multiply when many diverse groups have interests in the welfare of an organization. We feel very fortunate to have a man who sees the needs of our school and does something about them promptly and efficiently. As students we do not find his office as familiar as that of our principal, but we are conscious of a sense of security in knowing that the superintendent's office claims this genial and friendly person as its occupant. As our youthful thoughtlessness begins to fade and an awareness of value and quality begins to develop, we realize the need to express our honest gratitude to these two men. May the dedication of the 1958 Timberlane serve as a long-merited thank-you to our principal, W. V. Langen, who for years has helped us on our way to better citizenship, and to our superintendent, W. J. Murphy, who has made it possible for us to attend the very best of schools. 5 . 1 i S umm MR W J MURPHY e Ely Sc X Uv MV ,Izzy Cf-' Lf, Q, M A :Lam ffflffwfb RO! 4fyLL, wfm cj, Hjzfjhvbff Offvfftfv L46 UCQXJ Laid W MQ KW LQ, Lfwfu dfko Qffx'-'f'7fLy L nl J 4 Amk, IWVM, Lffwrv-fffbfw XS mu QNLJM ffm za W! L M JN MJ LQ JKKIWL I ffl fyL4,,ff'Q! wfvbkfua 5, 7fL,c,f,.u JKW X MJ 'C L,aM2CfUM4kf'Uk' AJZ Mnwbwbdq W' X44 17'1A,Ldcgj4- MJ fm ,U Qflf f M Abi-fu 7wJ'CfvfJ fx Lfutf if ij XM CL, 141924, QJLJ-,Vw Wuj MR W V LANGEN Meoo orSe rHgh Scoo A I 'UW L2 5yf'JZA!bLj ACCEPT UR PLAUDIT Clerk JOHN NICHOLAS Insurance salesman, Aetna Company. Insurance Q 1' . I H 1. s . Q 3 ll 5 ig Att ii 'Q .df I . If Mu.. . V , , .4 ,V A Board member JOHN PERUSHEK Miner, Zenith Mine. Chairman of the Board JOHN ARTISENSI Railway clerk, D. M. 8t l. R. Railroad. .' f 2 2' vt ,. i- 'E M.-. r Our school board members whose daily lives are busied in such diverse occupations as mining, homemaking, clerking, and the selling of insurance, meet once a month, sometimes oftener, united in the common cause of good schools. Because of their forethought and fore- sight, because of their diligent planning and careful managing, we students have had the opportunities to enioy the best of educational facilities. Increasing enrollment necessitates an enlarged plant. A new grade school and junior college will be built to meet this need. These schools will provide more of the outstanding educa- tional opportunities which make better citizens ot us all, A hearty thank you is due this small group of citizens, all of whom give of their time sa Treasurer CLIFFORD BIRD Oliver Iron Mining Comp any, Oflice r ,.....-- 'CI Qlv Board member CLINTON TORFIN Insurance salesman, Prudential In sura nce Company. -"it I fl 1? .L . V .A.,.f. , that Ely will have fine schools. Board member MRS. EMIL KOSKI Housewife. T, QA, 1 I 5 Z 'Z 'u + X I Z N Z ' if f 74 Az tim Z , lgmmx !56vQ'kX f nh-UH Q Lnmlggk r i' X I ,MAR X X 017, Am , X X ffz? fill v We 4 f' f 1 wink - .9203 mm 'wlvl X f' 9t'0:'0"c7 ff H pil. - 'gi' xx Q1 4'Q:o,'lf 4 if ,QYAVM . ,4bfr+2+.+.'Qtf f um!,mVA'e9f , .5 Z A I ,. A ,A L l -I 1, I 7,5 X ,Q-ff' " 1 :21251 X Zi X X , i Z 2 I ? 2 Z I2 , - ? X Jo.. ...u..,,,,,,,, 0 Q,-M49 We lulocl along. X J I L pf 4 P f 1 , L . L f , L L X X 'lx V 1 fx 4 L rr L, ' N 4 , 'Y L 'f' Q W ri W H I . P LJ V L, I f A , lx if ,Y ' 1 Q. ' ' I JL! A' Mk! 1 L wi , ' L rl 1 " -V M I , Inf.-ju xl-V 1.1 L I X- V' L fl 'X 1 f f " . L ' X v PX, -f' ,I P .- V 1 JJ, ,L ' L -3 ' ,L 5 'lj L X 1 ' I I l- ,L ' L- 'L " X 1 , 4, X i . V x ' 1 R 2,1 I , LJ? , 1,5 A f 1 L, . f ,,,L, ,X V . if VG-fm, I I IL, If' I Q N 1 Nz , X V J' Q I J ' J , if ,Vf ' ' V f x. lx I ,XVI .-wg. AV qi , 1, J L A 1' . I 11: 1 , ' ' ' I - 1, 1 ,X K ,N-1 i X ' ji- ft' L z L! , A X1 'lx JV! :W - I , V X , is ,rx V Af if jig " K ,h A lf h U 1 1 , L ,Lf N ,IL ' -i xl V , fy 1 X ' L , ' , .,1 X 1 xt ' I x NJ' Towel l15,ifT.3: if i t J' I 5' -'f President GERALD CHERNIVEC Vice-President JOHN ROVA Chester" . , . Beau Brummel . . . Clever, calm and cooperative John Barrymore , . . Man of many excellent art work. talents- all done well. Our class of '58 got off to an auspicious start as early as our Freshman year with a lively initiation. In our Sophomore year, under the capable leadership of Robert Tom- sich, we presented our first mock TV show. Everyone enioyed the show so much that we presented one once again in our Junior year. With money no worry, we put on our beautiful prom, with the theme of "Black Magic." This was followed by our successful Junior - Senior Banquet. The energy and will- ingness on the part of the class reflected our ambitious and energetic class president, John Koivisto. As our last year approached, we decided to make it a memorable one. Our always-active class put much spirit and enioyment into our Homecornings. Despite the flu, our Senior Class Play, Moliere's The Doctor In Spite of Himself, was a huge suc- cess. President Chernivec led us in busy preparation for our graduation. ln four short years, we have "chalked up" so many memories, friendships, and events, that each and everyone of us is proud to say, "VVe're the class of '58." Treasurer ANTHONY RAYER Secretary LOIS GOLOBICH l Wish all that money was mine The woman of moods . . . blondes XLT pride in his gun collection prefer gentlemen . . . poised. , U always around when you need im .' 4 M I WAY f!H1fsJlJvA0'-'-f Z fffdy Afmmmw 5 ' Ja, Mg .9 My A2 , 0 'ilklf wiitg, c-zones myovfrz f, "' ELIZABETH JERVIK rf " . Chemistryul' . K 1 K x " English , Speech. , N936 fl . . U X 1 1 J J Y L - x ' l 4 Y- " ,f . L fx bv Q JACK PENINGER Social Problems, Mathematics. SENIOR DVISORS P. it MARY LOU SMITH REGINA JOHNSON Ottice Practice, Stenography. Home Economics. JAMES STRANG Instrumental Music. al-""' dull' -lt? T JOSEPH SIMMERS English. FRANK WILSON Vocal Music. . --af 'C' V5 iffy pun. ff. .ya if 1' JUDITH AHOLA LUANNA AHOLA JA ES ANDERSON lrnpish smile.,.emborrossed giggle Quiel , . . philosopher . . enig- "AnClY" - - - W5 Hof Who' YOU . , . makes friends ecsily. IT1OliC . . V ififelllgefif- know, W5 whom YOU know- ,-fj fl, lfrfjyhgwe ' f'y.f1-41 'ef 'ag' ,Q pus 7,9 N 4 2 , .Q ' A-1-MC 'wav' , f- QAQQJ A-wcqf , J I , .,, - 'l h' X , I 'ff 4 Q. v I f 1 My '11 if , , A 1 If f' fm E'7"l DIANNE ANNERER BERNARD BARICH v I MARIANNE BARTOVICH Blithe , . . lovely hair . King of the bonfire . . always Oriental smile . . . good organizer sprighlly. cheerful. . . . school spirit . . . champion of the underdoq. 7 fygqvfif rf rfb, A5 ,J f ,M . , 50, rf' ' .7 f i . V if ,L W' ,Mfr cl f. .1 rib!! 14,11 CLARENE cALLY,f'flf"fp,1f MAXINE BEAN GENE BERGLUND "Pepper" . PickI 6?fp, Versatile-clroma, orr, music , . Xl"l0""0ddel' - - - l mn Sleep GUY' the peppys ' 'fl'f299:5f?VLQ9 J personiflcotion of ihe Muses. he -SYGNC-ling UP. PEPPY and PeP92'lrY- x E f an 5 if Q fr'-'ie -'JJ' I ps will l .ang JANICE 1? M , -3 f""'m 5 1. me 'MDW l WU lf fj l n . 5, li' if' - - QQ' l2" .. A, 1 f - " f 5 I I 'jhxuj 6L,J,'l11-fm? gif! 1 U ROBERT CARLSON DARLENE CERAR Easy to like and be with . . . un- "Otto" . . . No cares but cars. Alert . . . l'm sure yau're wrong -it goes like this. obtrusive. ,ta 'Q ' es V x . NP' , .n y 4- H lf! iflj l xlib. 4 l fl! l- -rf, .lf e 'sf' 6' lK..,y"! L L ff' " my ,pci CAROLYN CROTHERS Work hound . . . democratic . . . backbone of dramatics , . . al- AT WORK ways on the go. MICHAEL DORAN "Mike" . . . life is so serious, but l think I'll lick it. .j ' if fl J 'Q DOROTHY DELAK Goes about her own business, both- ers no one . . . lively. T PLAY . SUZANNE DORAN Sweet . . . pleasant , . . always friendly. at-fun. 'Q""Q ' f' QQ f? iff VERONICA DEYAK "Bonnie" . . . an efficient and . . . gift of gab. IGHT GR PATRICIA ELLIS VA likeable newcomer to our Senior ffl ,Lf class. L All 1-?L!f . .M o '12 - if ii -od 'Tir A? . an ' .X BEVERLY ENGELHART Mr, Football , . , DaddyfO. Poetess . . . busy-busy-busy. tall, blonde, and - j , 4 ' -Hey there! Aff! 51' If J L 4 if W ul It Q ,d"' Tiff ind' ,ZW JOHN EVANISH Mr. WiIson's favorite . . . ball sharpshooter. .- fr , I he Q V PATRICK FERDERBER DIANE GASPERI-IN bcskef. Happy-go-Iucky.,.home is where- Amicble , . . constant , . . gay ever H10 is. D Y...WE H VE FUN! RICHARD GRAHEK A SANDRA HAAPALA JAMES HILL "Buckshot" . . The Chef . . Q X . A Petite . . . hidden smlle . "Taiyo" . I , merry when he's in easily embarrassed, LN sunny. his FOfd- ' F XMI , I J X N , ,8 Kg? fur., 3 .L 1:7 -ni" A ,.,..4- 4 4. we fx if 4 7 , I ' .H t 6 I iii wwf' 6 fp. A ll . 4 9 DAVID HOKKANEN ' CRESTEN HOLM RICHARD HO'-MSTEN "HokE'f . . .cynic . . . merry 'er. ' 0jySvelte . . . fciwn eyes . . Miss "Dick" . . . gentleman: considerate Z Tower of Tgwerg, polite, and just plain nice. f'j, ou ,J . I A wffiff Ui AW.. ' QF ' Y J . yi- fo ,f G ,W V . Lp 44' r JOYCE JARVI .L DUANE JENSEN lndustrious . . . pert . . . refreshing. Women are fickle . . . brash and ffw. Jmud Jqwu bold. MARYELLA KLUG SHIRLEY KLUN Reliable . . . campus bound . . Determined . . . truly a friend . . optimistic. vivacious,. . . beautifgjl voice. i ' 7 fl, ' ULU' ,Auf-cd eilicnozbu ua, it - 53 4- 'll l . 54' A of R V sy JT' ' K , ' A , 1 , 4 ' X ww. 6'J..t KAY JOHNSON , lndividualist . . . never underesti- mate the power of a woman . . . buoyant. JOHN KOIVISTO Class leader . . . where there's life there's Johnny . . . enviable per- sonality. fe-pa 'lbw Qw- """-Q .frjf I1 wvb j i' ,Way 1 -al' ITT? JANET KORKKI THOMAS KOSCHAK Sweet . , . soft of voice . . . per- Not a care in the world, or so it sonality to match. seems. .. A TO LAST A LIFETIME l . 2?- 1' 'fans' 'UP' er..- X rf ,M VK x W x BERNARD KOVACH Subtle wit . . . shy on the surface. JUDITH LARSON Sparkly-and there's something about those eyes . . . naturally nice. 'C' jf!! ,j, I snug 5 . 4 ,:,.f.fXf 5. . 1 X Q' gl i' 4 x 4' ' 6, ffm?-J BE ARD KOSIR Lackadaisical . . . one thing at a time. 1- 7 . LUELLA LAINE Most agreeable , . . always ready to lend a helping hand GENEVIEVE LEVAR Rock 'n roll . . . writer stories . . . genial. , . r , Iff'17, Qi 'UN 'Us uw BEVERLY LOBE KAREN LUNDEEN "Bebe" . . . efficient . . . domestic Vogue-ish . . . model material . . artiste. captivating personality. "sh 'UN -1 1 ANNE LUNKA THEO LUTHANEN Zany . . . merriment is her dish. lnlecflous giggle - - ' Ulmonf-l eY95 . . . likeable flibber-iibbet. SHISHICABOB A D K WELDON MAKELA GENE MANNl Unworried . . . unpredictable . . Why do they kid me? I'm ci serious uninhibited. boy. Mischieyous? Not me! gi ,gli-E f 4 tink: ' :gi I X wx ' ar Y i ...V to . A s 2 f ' x 1 X I 3 'ki t -'pi ,, ,N Nj' i' 7-'MQ 1. fic is wwe silk? eff Y FORREST LUNDGREN Delightful . . . plenty of time-why rush! TW E fm, 4 1 7 , ,f z ' wnimm Sturdy . . . steady , . . stoical, LIMAZGO . . . DEXTER MAROLT l Clever with pen and tongue . . . artistically inclined. .cuff-Q5 snug, J ,,N . 'PJ 'Q-Q. Q ,nn 1' 3 fi" ' 9 Yi' A A x tl RICHARD MATTILA SANDRA MCDONALD ' MARGARET MERHAR "Ricky" . . . relaxed , . . complacent Questioning , . . curious . . , Why?. l "MOfgIe" . . . Music! Camera! . , agreeable. . . . engaging grin. ACTi0n! 1' M 'V - ' lv lf '. s f in in uv-:uma rv M , . no on 'V' cya . f gf, L, ' gf Q Xu H A if A K 7 I 1.1, W7 . ' Il My I Q.. :mx H 4 fi n I M 5, , ft J. 1' .5 ll 5, X wvf LA' lfliwv' sc L-Q-You X GLORIA XMISTEK V BARBARA MORONI IRENE MUHVICH Lively cheerleader . . . boys will be Dramatic talent . . . lover of words The tapes never ran smoother . . . Joys . . . bubbling. , . . enthusiastic. a boon to Water Babes. J J , , Q fp JOHN MUHVICH - ' pf! RAYMOND MUSICH JAMES NAD 'U I "Red" . . . our blushing stage-lover Stage hand . . . whc1t's life without Hqndg?glhe debouair . . . COI1- with hair to match . . . boshful. 1 women? sidercteigfll AV ' f ,ii fi 'A , ' In T .U ini' ' l fl 3 . A.. .,, W. '. ' I " f 'lf A' A.. 'i' "2 , M .Ulf "' ', e ei. ',.'iS2 if D W i - .- . lv 92- Q . i g Q f 'N -.c I 4 t 4' I Q 1' . 9 if L f KR v rs ,ff Q. ' x il l R , , , 1 .R is-.3 it . , A .vi .5 q ' W -V ' ri " . i. Q, V c ig 1 l f ' 1 ll SCOTT NELSON PATRICIA NEWVILLE MARY ANN NICHOLS Sherlock Holmes fthe pipel . . Conversationalist . . . males are ElY'S mermaid personified . . . bounc- hearffelf gggd naw,-en aggravating . . . 5erene, ing personality . . . always rarin' to go. LASTI G FRIENDS WE H VE WON . . . .. ff X PAULETTE RONALD NIRVA Alluring pleasantness . . . boys are Nonchalant . . . Mr. Basketball. a headache? RAYMOND OJALA He looks studious-but it must the glasses. fa! ' """-...SV nl MARJORIE OKSTAD Her priceless sense of humor cure more ills than Buflerin can pride of the speech class. r yhaui can ,I if '-Oil' JOANNE'NOVAlS Always ready with a joke . . . if I could have what the Pep Club has! RUSSELL OLSON Well-dressed . , . drummer . . . big tease. P . X Q? , I gy x "' . IA y 41 53+ at QQ! '44 Q Svc:-p V, , .M ,Q K 34' fl" B ' e - x+?"'?,j ' ,. - ' Q U bfHAAJ, ,s,,.,,zfv, lvwLA:,4, JUDITH PAH ALA ALBERT PALOMBI WERNER PELTO Life begins ofver graduation , "BerYo" . . . Momma Mro! Who! Q A mon of few words reliable one of the girlgr life-wine, women, ond cars. ond considerate BUT CDUR LIFE HAS JU T BEGLI 1 c 1 2' Am ll l N' if 'YQ ec A Q f .. .I AI, AE x I f , . Q., JANICE PENNALA ff X K JAMES PLUTH Athletic . . . "Mufzie" . . . presislenf plugger. ROSALIE PREBLICH KATHERINE PRUSE Takes life cs if comes . . . frolic- They soy I'm foo young . . . pro some. grams d covers . . , winsome ilu-H 3 l lwfy '21 ,. 01+ 'ry f if V p lj! -1' kg ff 3 mf U' 'A P ,L 30 ,lv V r . l ,QL x 'X l f L QD 'Nl' YL", A fi X ,. 12 ' I, .i f .l E UCEL Short, but of my . .7 .4 . J OJ v diff f U4 J ix . 4 4, .. V K 4 X . 3 in RONALD RIIKOLA Ford, first l?J, ond foremost. ACTlVITY+AMBlTION IACCCDMPLISHMENTS E ORVALD REIN Alwoys seen behind The wheel of 0 Chev . . . spontaneous smile. ' .' Q' JANICE ROBAI Everything's Rosie when Jon's around. Did you ever hecir o giggle like thot? 1: V 'UU MARY ANN RICHARDS Sincere . . . generous . . . gentle. l MMARY x, oss Hi Lites boss Us! kj 4 if Spunky redhead . . . typical irish 11 . .' . , 4 I . . . . ,R X Viv J She helps molce up for the mony PAULINE SCHAGER JUDlTH SEUSKAR sod people on eorth . . . life's o This ls Your Life! Con't help but Socioble . . . Self-Sufllfienl V - continuous pcrry. like her. sometimes stoid. N. I - ' ' film ..J'l,f-mae! ' , S v , f , 8 il, 41 'K 63' GJ' HXA , V I f-A! Jjfgmi nh, 23' i ,rf 1' ,f , 1, 51" A475 pw' ' wwwfw ,wav I fl rn pn--. f ,S 113' Sandy . . . always in the midst of things . . , captivating. ' r? 5 is 'Eli' fi WZ' to E l 1 4 M 1 x'.i "i ' r FRANK SKUBE MARY LOU SKULE Smooth . . , easy-going . . . con A way with people . . . personal genial. ity gal of our class. AND TO THI K WE WERE ONCE FRE HMEN! ' , air, MAR cf ,fx s 'Qi if ' , f ,Q 'E' M f 3 l f A Y' E GDL '10 S , Q A a A ' ' X a 1117 R f w U LW --f 1 ft fl ' t with ...W i ft M - it ff . ' ' .ji ' - ' fag, f 1 l l 44, ' 4 if , -fmgact 'i fr, e t. -E .Q THERESE SLABODNIK GEORGE SOMERO GARY THENO Pldgle - - - bfolm Und be0U'Y - 4 - A natural wit . . . always chipper. Clog!-,es help to make the man - and synonymous with TIMBERLANE, vice versa ticket selling, and work. ROBERT TOMSICH JOSEPHINE TRATNIK GARY TUTHIU. Meticulous . . . versatile . . , men- ,Ubi "Chaus" . . . diverting eyes. Lover of the outdoors . neat 'Ol Qlflnf- M ' M nice, and natural. ll 11. ,iei:,,,g3J,,,L,f,f1LwAffvJ36f'VV u ' I .. 1- ff'TM vfHlWf f ' 1 , zavlfe YMLJWA C3 ' , GJ , ' , xp g, ygftl xjl 1 I A glb dl! U .AML Zig ..a to ala , . l L" 3 Xl In or 5' N M i yi V U' 5 , VV a Q . I I t ,V Q .f v 'K 7, xi :Y C VV ,E V i y 2 4 Q Y - J 2 I JB! QU xy . f Y 1 - ' ' Rl . V - , L A if MQ ' syfffgt mum ,', 9F"""""'? 4-f,.i,!a,-La ,gf 0021, 5',,.,,, 5' A A W llwf ,.f' JUDITH WAHLBERG 1 CAROLYNN WAHLSTROM DONALD WARD Stylish . . . clwic . . i jovefy hair. Helpful . . . ambitious . . . eager. Mischief's chief rogue . . . our firs male cheerleader, MICHAEL WEINZIERL Mike . . . snazzy Studes. JOYCE WHITT Histrionic ability , , . go-getter . . . engaging. IT' RAYMOND YUZNA LARRY YADLOSKY Easy-going . . . unpredictable. ganality, , X. It MQW, ,. g 'nw R -, Y gl--...aaf 'NW ---...Q If ,, w . Conscieniious . . . penetrating per- il' JAMES WILLIAMS Willy . . . the life of the party. BEEN A L0 G, H RD GRI D 4-1 gg M ,YWJ7 ,K . l LAURA ZBACNIK Lovely ion ilate . . . enticing i x - l L 7 O R-09 Wlw- CY sk fir LY LOUIS ZGONC MARIA ZUPANCICH md oh Hu Wov mg REMEMBER WHE Below Ewerberq Mo w Carlson mo H m Swvwcn c Kovfch U Gmbf Burg un rx C rw fn for xx i 'K , ' I NOW AND THEN! f -M-wr Ml, ' 1 f Y 1 if if 1-'Wil THREE O RE IGHT MEMBER Our memorable Football Homecom- ing got ofl to a roaring start with a premature bonfire but otherwise went quite smoothly, We officially began the celebration with . . . A a successful pancake supper at the Shagawa pavilion on Wednesday night, then we . . . lit the biggest bonfire ever on Thursday night with the boys hav- I i inq worked hard and long to make it a successg lead the candidates for king and queen - "Red Muhvich, Judy Wahl- berg, Theo Luthanen, Mike Wein- zierl on Friday night, after winning our football game, a large crowd at- tended the homecoming dance held in the big gym and saw Lenny Klun and Patty Zupancich . . . i E I 1 if Pat Ferderber, and Judy Larson, to the throne, where Pat and Judy were crowned our smiling king and queen. Q ,A if QQ '-1, ,Q Cf I Gary T. and Pepper C. Daffy King Don and merry Queen Marianne. 4.. .. o... w--L - lup- ,i 1' Y 1' Sandy H and Gary T PGLISH OFF THE A ATE The king and queen were crowned at the hockey game, hence the cold looks. The senior class made this, their last homecoming, a rousing and mem- orable aflair. The two day winter frolic began on Friday with various races, a hockey game between Ely and Eveleth, a broom ball game between the iunior and senior boys, a riotous hockey game between the The senior girls emerged victor i?' in the hockey game held between the iuniors and seniors. junior and senior girls, and the coronation of the king and queen. Events were climaxed in grand fashion on Saturday night when Ely not only polished on the Agates, but pulverized them. The Winter Homecoming ended with the home' coming dance held alter the game. Urea All right, David, the girls, may not all be Sergeant Prestons, but they tried. f x,-hw, l l Jesters: Luanna Ahola, Judith Larson, Sandro Simonick, Kay Johnson, JoAnne Kovoch, and Judy Ahola, Cust: Marianne Bartavich, John Muhvich, Joanne Novak, Joyce Whitt, Margaret Merhar, Gerald Chernivec, James WiIIiams, Barbara Moroni, George Somero, Anthony Rayer, Robert Tomsich, Louis Zgonc, and David I-Iokkanen, MoIiere's THE DCDCTOR IN SPITE F HIM ELF was the masterpiece the senior class presented under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Gjervik. fs- X 's-.ni ,I I . 'vi I Hamming it up! Re-Iaxation between re- I I beam: 5' Who's scored? It reaIIy is worth iv! Just try and put some of what on m I , , x, 4 . ,Vu . , 4' , K 3 ,r ,. ,Q A M5 1 . ." M ., Bfulvv' 1 K I v P I' is " .Q ff-Q Q. A k QP Y Q ,. I B Qi f Q - A 4 ,JA N f Q ,f x . s.....-U' is , fb f H " "G Presvdent Muchoel Polar: Secretory M0 EY M0 EY ,,....---M Vnce Presudem Gary TorGn B.. Our omcers ond cdvusor Muss Gour ley worknng on 0 money progect M"?uaL'?1' Treasurer Q9 Genevueve Pnrtz 2 x John Puson CLIR GUIDE A v , 3 04 4 -, mfg., ROBERT DRESCICH NEAL EDMAN History Machine Shop NORMA GOURLEY English, German Idsf' 4? MICHAEL HNATKO GERALD KORTE HISYOFY r HELEN LEMMER Physucal Educahon 8- Health IAQ 'M ,gn NU'-. 'E' NOLA JUNf STANGLER DEI-ORES ANN WOOD Home Economncs Engllsh Luhn f - 'fm '1 Q 2' Y 1 .uf 'Dv - 1- , ,tl ' A 1 Qs " L H an ,J Q if Curtis Buskirk A' -Us of Ml' Q'-Qu 4 Y Dennis Ccdcri i f 'XF Lana Chrisficn ,D Q Q Donald Debeltz cr Q -CW nf 3 1 -, A '.l rl KJ r- 1 N . K, U r 1 ' r f ix -an W in A div 01 Y NY .V xx-W V hw M-V' - if Ek 1 U HX K f , , Mary .leon Dolenshok Dail Erickson Wnlhom Errkknlo er Qu 4 J 5 lv' xt 5 1 4 fav X! bu ,Uj X -gba I Q,- Q '7 . '5 Louis Erzor James Folz xsv' .sung Y' Dale Filson M, 9-'f...,, 1 Richard Fritz Ronald Germelc 'Q XJ , 'ws F pb 1 I X' 53, f, Bonnie Gerzin Peggy GF0hCm 17--. Roberf Grahek Dennis Grimmer Carol Hall Lloyd Harfshorn -,-,.,..f 5 Barbara Hanson Vg, Ill " -- V - . '--A - -H1 :. nuns, Cx Jornes Hendrickson x g... K Joyce Housey ff' Lois Hrbfer Gary Johnson 'X in--f Loretto Johnson Benjamin Kootiofo rf 'vs ,X . Jim Johnson V I x 1 'E Rudolph Kufan fi!! 5 X 1 Eugene Josper K 5 -v , A v X' ,. X7',f' 7 Tlnornos Hillman N ShcrrxlJ Johnson Mwfhcmd Kcxrokosh S4- Yfo 7' Sr X g i if au Kero Patsy Keulwn y vs 1.5 Barbara Klobucliar LT 0 f Rosemary Koivisto fi Qflvx A . i'v'V' X A X l Kathryn Koski ii Dennis Koschak Elizabeth Kunos 7' vi i' 'XI .1 Donald Kobe Mary Jean Kotchevar Terry Kleinbeclc i- William Lalcner Joseph Kuzmk iv-'TQP X , Qjgp- Ml Y. 'XA ,fix fv- WJ Rschord Loss: Robert Loss: James Lossulo Mary Lozor rv x,, Q8 or-"' Kenneth Lemke Qssk-sr' - .An Thomas Lenich fl' Al Af 'm Paul Lepisto Terrance Louslwin Ds JoAnn Lindroos Loran MacDonald Judgm Mghgngy L., W, . if lx, 1' , Ceceym Mgki Dovld Mak. Andrea Monnikko Raymond Morsnuk 4-q.' K, Henry Mmfilo , ' f ,avv-o4jfL4ff"f.T' Z xA , ,, V! 1 2 4' , , ' . ' -f Lv ' RJ X 'jvf-ff.,-: .rf I Jl1L"", '11 li Rmhcrd Mobrli . 'I' 1e,,yMUf,,h, yy V5 u,52f giwM5v"?'dif35 V X Wfiwi Georgine Mmschiner TJ Marie Meglen K QL J VM J M Mm V 'W .WM ,W James Negri Shelb '1- iQ. y Nikkinen " r lv 'J- X 1--v PM Ng N... 9 . , , h 9 W Ur S 1s.!'f Patrick NL-,fha ch.-Jfues Novak KJ!! - ' Romd Omega ' ,Rf Lf' W -if 'Q Darlene Preshiren Joseph Polcher Jocqueline Pecore uv T7 Paulette Pishler Philip Perushek Ellert Roth bone 1 X Roger Prosnicki Mary Ann Reko J 'x! a at 'W , T' 5 I 1. Thaxugax ymmf W lc., ' Q Nancy Richards M4chael Robervs Romono Rogers 45131- 5,5 'Sr Sondfo Rom Richard Rovhman lx Jean Ryan M99 - 5.4 'Tr A K WV MX ,N TK5 Norman Saari Loren Sampson Svephen Schmidt Shirley Schwegel Barbara Shepel ...M no X ' A 2 If! , 'in Al' x..-J :aux I Ain., I Raymond Sloger 7 f-H? 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'V Ns 'xy -xx 5 . f...,-M. ,l , . Q-, Q. Q 'a'...'.9',lLq If 1 'wx 'Q, K x .Ni 'some' ,I I N - . xxx- Q ---N xx -,X A ' V 9 ,-lg X X xuq XX X A h'-5 r' - f , -I -W X Y S-Q B' ' I-'4i'f2:? -f l Y 1 E I x -.,.'v, --ngiggge 5 -, lgssiifgglsg '-., ,Q 15555555555 X ff " "v: Jin uilhmungn-0 Freev Mwemenf. . . ELY HIGH'S JOUR ALISTS In Ely High there are twenty proud possessors of membership in the lnternotioncl Honorary Society for High School Journalists. This society is known os QUILL AND SCROLL The members of this group are either on the HI-LITES or TIMBERLANE staff. ff zg, THE OLD MEMBERS OF QUILL AND SCROLL: Bock Row: S. Si- THE NEW MEMBERS OF QUILL AND SCROLL J Wilmunen B monick, G. Theno, M. Merhor, M. Bortovich, T. Slobodnik, G. Lobe, M Meglen M Okstod J Jorvi T Loushin Chernivec, M. Beoty, K. Johnson, R. Tomsich. Front Row: L. Golobich, C. Crothers, T. Luthonen, L. Aholo, M. Ryan. ff, U r pw gg-f all! 562 ' .gk 125 F 'K-ig An informal luncheon meeting ., -"L, if The initiotion dinner honoring new members Co-editor Mory Ryan Typists ond reporters: Bock Row Vleft to right: P. Newville, R. Musich, C. Tom- sich, M. Reko, M, Crothers. V. Bungert, J. Pecore. Middle Row: S. McDonald, J. Ryan, B. Lobe, S. Nikkinen, P Toutioft, V. Zgonc, J. Kuznik, G. Tortin, Front Row. J. Sornrock, S, Ciusiou, D. Delak, M, Lozar, M. Okstod, J, Srnrekar, M, Sansted, V. Deyok. Co-editor Robert Tomsich ECPHYTES IN THE WCRLD OF .IOLIRNALISM improvements in our school paper such as a new type of senior interviews ond originating a "Letters to the Editor" column. Ass't. Sports Editor G. Theno, Sports Y J Make-up Editor L. Goiobich, Exchange Editor A. Rayer Editor S. Klun Artists C. Gowboy, K. Prose, D. Witt- rup, M. Beaty News Editor M. Bortovich, Feature Edi- Photographer L. Ahold, Business Mo'- tor K. Johnson oger J. Jorvi 9 ty Q, I 5 x 4 '. +-Q 5253 Q 45.3 Us 2 tv' .-4 J f x if rr! F N.. .-.sn,.nvlll' THE TIMBERLANERS: Standing: Junior Editor T. Loushin, Activities Editor C. Schendai, Editor T. Slabodnik, Photographer M. Merhar, Sports Editor G. Chernivec, Business Manager S. Simonick, Artist J. Wilmunen. Seated: Sophomore Editor J. Stupnik, Activities Editor M. Meglen, Senior Editor C. Crothers, and Advisor Miss Wood. D0 WE HA E TO BAKE MCRE CAKE? YES, Bossmi Many are the problems, but great is the fun of the Timberlane staff. ist! ,AZ , This reall must be a serious decision when me NMBERLANES mme by plane. Y A Yes, i AM helping' her! Kids! We've iust got to have more We're ready. Let the coffee drinkers money! come. Q Y 4015 Jr' Beverly Lobe, outgoing president, and Judy Ahola, president. The Junior and Senior Future Homernakers of America have had another interesting year. ln October they at- tended a convention in Two Harbors. The Senior group had a formal installation and invited their mothers. Sev- eral unusual proiects were sponsored by the Junior group. The girls find these clubs, under the guidance of Regina Luella Laine, Marianne Sansted, Carolyn Crothers, Marianne Bartovich, Mary Lou Slcule, Shirley Klun, Clarene Call, and an interested on- looker? 441 Johnson and Nola Stangler, Home Economics instructors, interesting and worthwhile. '1 Carolyn Crothers, Ilene Schmidt, Mary LaToureIle, Rose Kunos, Beverly Lobe, Barbara Klobucher, Janice Rosandich, Lois Hibler, and Judy Al-iola, FUTURE HCDMEMAKERS CDE A ERICA TOW RD EW HORIZGNS M. Kerntz, D. Pechaver, P. Erchull, D. Scott, M. Bianchi, J. Beam, K Perttula, C. Novak, V. Richards, P. Perushek, S. Elfving, R. Peclcett, M. Jarvi, J. Wilmunen, and D. Ferderber. Pat Erchull, Mary Bianchi, and Susan Miklausich. to ...-X Judy Le Donne and Venora Anderson Florence Tomsich and Kathy Buccowich OUR WATER BABES ARE O THE C-JO . . . AGAIN! The water Babes started out this year by taking many top honors at a swim- ming meet in Stillwater. They also planned and gave a program for the local Rotary Club. ln January they held a very successful "All State" swimming show. These girls have worked hard and brought home many honors for our school. Mary Beth Jenka, Paula Ahola, Barbara Ahola Rose Kunas, Rose Mary Klun, Veronica Koshalc Sandra Johnson, Antoinette Finco, Mary Kay For tier, Phyllis Koschak, Diedri Tomsich, Tunde Kunos, Eloise Jerich, Lori Erickson, and Mary Ann Hutar. KW 1.4. l Kathy Palcher, Tessie Koski, and Charlotte Tiso- vich Mary Ann Nichols and Jo Ann Kovach Z-5 S UTI !""' E TER- Kathy Zgonc THE MAJCDRETTE Our malorettes work very hard and spend many hours planmng theur steps and routunes They appeared dur mg the football and basketball games and nn their new umforms presented a very good show Let s have a bug round of applause for our snappy malorettes Betty Anderson Kathy Zgonc Frances Dolen Frances Dolensholc shak Sandro Gotch mk Januce Zupancnch and Kathne Kramer Sandra Gotchmk G 11 Hy Anderson Jamce Zupancuch Kathne Kromer lu,- C. Donald Ward Kay Johnson Mary Ann Nichols Gloria Mistek - L.. . Ts Judy Larson We can hope, can't we? MOYY JSGH D0l9"'Sl1GK Front Row: Nancy Lesar, Janet Benedix, Olivia Thompson, and Barbara Ahola. Back Row: Don- ald Ward, Gloria Mistelc, Pattie Mattson, Judy Lar- son, Kay Johnson, Mary Jean Dolenshak and Mary Ann Nichols. GCD! WOLVES, GO. No team can win without support. Our cheerleaders introduced some fine new cheers this year which the student body readily learned. Thus everyone gave the teams the moral support they needed to play their best. Olivia Thompson, Nancy Lesar, and Barbara Ahola. K is-4 159 3 rig' Q. I 4. View 'UW' Q I Presvoenf, Dexve' Lsrsong T'eoswer, Jeofwefve PIsIwIer, THE SENICDRS 'i 'wr' ERNEST BAILEY VVQVICI Hwsmry MERLE LUNCEFORD G'-n,'wwI'y Gi,-mg' :I gf .-M, 1:5 . 'l I JJ hi I I wiv g 1 ff I... 4,3 I .3 ,WW Q -. MARILYN SETULA Physfcol Educorwon SOPHOMORE ANTHONY SCHULZETEN- B E R G E E 'v 3 I 5 Iv , . L T-I, 5 I L WJ snail Secremfwh Vfcnne Shegc, Vcc QF I96O ' 1 'Wd' Q' I ,I QNX., 17' was GERALD ADAMIC MARY LOU POTOCNIK VVoocJwcrkm3, Mechcml. TYPGWVIIIUQ coI Drcuwmg DVI QRS ELIZABETH HNATKO Howe Efoncfwcs LAURIN LEINO BIOIOQ-y 9 'L s if Q-o MISS WOOD'S ROOM lcont. WRST ROW: Marian Tuomala, Patrtcta Mattson, Kathleen Pryatel, Arlene Espland: SECOND ROW: Geraldine Koslr, Sharon Gerbenc, JoAnne Stupnik, Jean Mtklausiclw, Steve Kapsch. CA S AND CHICKS MISS POTOCNIK'S ROOM fcont. 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A ' v ga V , Q 12 'X X ., -' V x '4 . ' ' ' 1 - 1 , t f ' i. L: n eg- ' -au . ' ' . 1 ,, '-3 If D """' . . in ' ' Q I I Y V , ut rs H H' . ' K Qi: ii l ll Shrrley Klun Maxlne Beally, and Jcvce VVh,T! Janice Smrelcar, Barbara Shepel Vurguma Zgonc and As usual the speech sludents are busy preparnng for the dsstrlct regional and sfate speech contests The readungs are dnvnded mio Eve groups humorous manuscript ora tory serlous rnferprefaruve and pantomnme The students attended a speech clnnnc and a practice meet In pre parahon for the local elnmlnafuons and the dlstrucf con est Charles Novak ff PEE H CO TESTS HERE WE COME Karen Swanson Wnnmfred Kukko Elrza he-th Jarobson and Barbara Ahola Q Anne ST Aman? Carolyn Schendel and Sandra Johnson 1 B 63 Our popular high school Thespian boys are John Evanish, John Koivisto, Gerald Chernivec, and Charles Novak. TH ESPIANS ln order to be eligible to be a Thespian, one has to excel in the dramatic arts tield by not only participating in the acting but also in the general managing of the plays produced during the year. The thirty-tour members ot this group initiated new members at the formal program in the spring of the year. The initiation and the entire Thespion group are under the direction ot Miss Giervik, Relaxed after a busy year are M. Crothers, M A. Relcc, M, Meglen, M. LaTourelle, M. Merhar, L. Goloblch, and C. Crothers. I l Looking over the minutes are the Thespian officers S. Simoniclc, treasurer, J. Whitt, secretary, M. Bartovich president, and C. Crothers, vice-president, The smiling group of lunior girls glancing through the Thespian magazine are G. Matschiner, D. Erickson, N, Richards, E. Kunos, V. Bungert, R, Koivisto, and C. Tomsich. More happy taces are on these seniors: front, S, Stmonick, M, Ryan, K Johnson, M, Baftovich, back, M. Beatty, J. Larson, T Luthanen, J. Ahola, C. Coll, S. Klun, and B, Moroni. l""".",ll"7" El' Fi' tif' T' uf' . IFHT3 QVL Fu' my -en X? Si F2 EL Mer rily we il ..f roll dlong 'i 1 O Q 3- ' . ! S K I P P l -tv! get , Qjgy xt or M t First Row lleft to righti: M, Jcineksela, S. Verbeck, T. Smrekar, R, Fritz Second Row tleft to rightiz G. Manni, M, Roberts, J, Muhvich, S. Smith Third Row lleft to rightif M. Smrekar, B. Zupancich, P. Zupancich W. Dolentz, K. Lempke. The Timberwolves, hampered by a loss of seniors, had a team studded with sophomores and iuniors, with only four seniors on the squad. Although they did not win a maiority of their games, the flashy running of their slightly inexperienced backheld shows great promise for next season. The team played well for the young material it had and gave some of the tougher district teams a few scares. The highlight of the season was the annual Homecoming game with Chisholm, which Ely won, 26 to 6. Loushin starts oft around end as Smrekar prepares to throw a block for him, First Row lleft to rightl. J. Johnson, P. Norhu, D. Debeltz. D. Berrini. Second Row lleft to rightlz T. Loushin, B. Von Wald, R. Kolan. Third Row llett to rightl. R. Mczrsnik, M. Weinzierl, G. Preshiren, J. Porthan. The season's results were: Ely ......, .,.. 7 4l Ely... .. O 34 Ely... .. 6 26 Ely... .. O 26 Ely.,. ...26 Ely... ., 7 31 Ely... ...l4 4l Hibbing . . . Grand Rapids ..... Eveleth .. Coleraine . , Chisholm Virginia International Falls 69 Guard Gene Monni NOT PlCTURED: Robert Engebretson, halfbcck Mike Weinzierl, tackle Guard John Muhvich i' 0 'E fsflf. WS 5 I 'Tig gb 529 Seaved left Yo rrghr: G. Thermo, R. To'ns.cl1, M Smrekar, J Call, manager, Srandrng lelr to right: J. Evanlsh, R. Nrrva, T Snwrelcar, assrsiant coach. SHOQTER Ely 46 Ely 55 Ely 52 Ely 41 Ely 5l Ely 39 Ely 62 Ely 50 Ely 65 Ely 47 Ely 74 Ely 54 Ely 7l Ely 66 Ely 57 Ely 63 33 56 62 60 52 44 60 38 53 63 7l 42 57 76 69 62 Embarrass Grand Rapids Biwabilc Chisholm Tower Soudan lnfernallonal Falls Bolwl Cook Two Harbors Grlberr l-lloblng Moonfaln lron Eveleflm Tc:-ve' Soudan Auro'a Coleraine Tl Gary Thena, guard Richard Maftrla, forward Ron Nlrva, center E 2555, mia, 'ww Fyo- 4 Q 'Q f,1 414 If qlil Pfg-NZ tkzwkgk 1...l- sorzrzv ABouT THIS PACE, FOLKS, BUT we Rm our or Plcfuleg AND THE'D6AouNE WAS Q Nexr PAY lfxxos I lu HIIIZ A 2 52259 I M R S N 1 I HM' First Row lleft to rightl: J. Mackie, R. Chelesnik, R. Day, J. Williams, R. Dolentz, J. Dolentz, T, Sterbenclc, D. Olson, D. Manniko, Second Row Cleft to rightl: Coach Klun, B. Zupancich, A. Carlson, J. Lassila, C. Gaw- boy, W. Erkolo, P. Perushek, R. Tuomalo, D. Germek, Manager J. Pusari. Third Row llett to rightl: R. Ger- mek, D. Debeltz, D. Larsen, P, Ferclerber, W. Dolentz. ELY KLLINM N Ely's Tankmen, in keeping with their tradition of being one of the top teams in the state, took second place in district competiton, and tourth place at the state meet. Although graduation hindered the team, and only two seniors were on the team, they went a long way. Coach Klun should be given special credit for his coaching. The team rates high every year. Next year, the squad should be a good contender for the state title, with all the team returning except two. Relay team: R. Germelc, D. Larsen, W. Dolentz, P Perushek 45 49 .... . . . Virginia 39 54 . . . . Hibbing 42 52. . , Biwabik '- 52 42 . , Chisholm 6O 33 , , Eveleth 33 6l . . . l-libbing 66 28 Eveleth 48 46 Biwabik 52 42 Duluth Denleld H-rf 50 44 . Virginia 55 38 . Chisholm t I i . ,,-. 'l Z L Q, ff If AW f1'3A-1 I 3. RSL: he 'f 1 f- 'S 5 . -fv "1f.f -g,f,, ....a ,, gf ' 4 .., , A an 1 i I :Mx 'F 7"' I Kneeling lleft to right: G. Chernivec, D. Berrini, R. Ornerza, Coach Drescich, Standing lleft to right J. Krall, B, Kovach, J, Evanish, R. Nirva, T. Hillman, P. Buccowich, R. Elioft. DRESCICH-B TME Baseball, which is a comparatively young sport to Ely High School, has come into its own. The team won most of its games in regular district play, but lost the first tournament game to Mountain lron by a score of 3 to O, against a veteran pitcher. This coming year should be "the year" for the baseball team, for all the regular veterans but three will be returning, the pitching staft will be stronger than ever, and the bench will also be strong, Coach Dresciclw studies the situation while Elioft and Hillman wait on deck. A Ely lf? 6 Gilbert Ely , Qi 7 A Eveleth Ely 3 2 Mountain lron Ely 3 Q Virginia Ely 4 3 . Aurora Ely 3 O Biwabik Ely l2 3 International Falls Ely 9 2 Tower je 'gift-.f 0 U11 'Qo- S -EJ I , W Q , lv kg? , 'Q .fm I 1 F ,qw 3 L it ws ,Rx -'J I -,J Iii -.v-""" ROBERT BARNACK Instrumental Music ig! ,yell :fain fa. 4 ,A JAMES BACON EDWARD BUCKLEY Libmrion Athletic Director, Health, Physical Education ffl!! M f7 , 'f , ,iff f DR. O. E. SYNKER School Physician ANN STOLI. School Nurse PETER MORONI Physical Education, Health E PERTS IN THEIR FIELD E PERTS IN EFFICIENCY JOAN ZUPEC ANGELINE PERTZ MICHAEL ROM LOUIS GORNICK S6'Cff2?OI'y to the PI'iI'tCipGI Secretary to the Superintendent Chief Clerk Assistant Clerk gs I XILQQ PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT GeroId Preshiren Kathy Polclwer THE FRESHMEN Full of Mischief And Full of Fun Is our "CLASS QF '6I GERTRUDE CLANCY GERALD LUDVIGSON STEVE SMREKAR Mqfhemgfigg Induslriol Arts THE FRESHMEN ADVISORS THEY HAVE HELPED LIS THROUGH OUR FIRST MEMORABLE YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL JOSEPHINE JAKSHA I 4 T- T fgrzif' HOWARD ANDERSON ROBERT SCHEUER English 82 Aff", Q C7 Y 6 rx -.W X 4 ft ,'i ' Thirsty freshmen, B, Fountain, S. Conklin, G, Beary, D, Evono- chek, D Hanson, and P. Hegfors. WHAT' THE TTRACTIO T THE FOUNTAIN. Ladrcs irsr. MORE flwirsvy freshmen? "Cf Ya., 410' First row: R. Chinn, D. Jomnick, R. Comoish, Second row: D. Lcssi, J, Chelesnik, S. Germek, G. Fritz. Third row: D. Przbylski, E. Nysirom, J. Mehle. Fourth row: J. Scyovifz, J. Wil- munen, ond G. Word. Who said girls ore ofroid of mice? hotever you do, don'f ' r W f . mf , 0 Whov's so funny? '29 50okwfu'ms'9 s.4 lvl f l These smiling freshmen include J. Vitale, S. Sfarkovich, V. Richards, M. Mariani, E. Keuhn, C, Novak, P. Perushek, R. Piekut, C, Backman, and B. Rogers. l You aren'r really STU- DYING, are you, boys? 'X ,,. . . A' I-'Z .sv-"" J We're lust relaxing for a minute. A freshman Pep Club? Be happy, yau're In school' sig, - , 8.7 EIGHTH GR DE Wi? I -ef Q? GRETCHEN ZIMMERMAN ,tug English Speech WILFRED BRAUN Husfory -'W' VERNA SENSTAD Mothemahcs J uv 'iii 'ii if 591' 44 ami 9 39,8519 1 Y-Jlwuz 5 MARGARET MCLEOD Scnence 86 FACULTY ROSE FORTIER English JOHN PERKO Hnstory Mufhemotlcs 136: wtf 411' ..-X I '-F? T u I I 0 I ' W JUDITM AHOLA Loom A1- Al-L THE THINGS THE 5ENlOR5 HAVE wNE f 5 mc ploy DICICIII 3, 5' II I I' JRITV 3, DAC 2 3, Tm-sn nfs LUANNA AHOLA ester 4 SOPH TV 2 234 f":I' 34, FHA 23, ples A ss c su SCPHTN3 34 HII A :Inn 'I German Clul'3 DIANE ANNERER :II 4 A to IMI I swIIEIIbo4IId I III-nllst s oITce BERNARD BARICH V 3 C ls Cu BIIsIIIIbIIlI Img Intro murul orts 2 I Ro I In MARIANNE BARTOVICH THE DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF 4 THE OLD LADY SHOWS HER MEDALS Sluts- 3 DAC mnkc up 4 SOPH TV JR TV 234 IHQSIIIIIHS 23 peg cn 3 SEI 34 H. II., news edllor 3 ocnrrIcIIorI 2 Ir FHA 2 Water Babes 2 Pip Club 34 G Is Stole 3 MAXINE BEATY Sr class play deslgn 4 THE OLD LADY SHOWS HER MEDALS are 3 RTV 3 C I II B. Scro 4 I'1ILIles 2 34 Dc-clumutlon 2 3 4 IIbrc y he p 4 usl'Ie GENE BERGLUND Prolectlbmst Club 2 Truck 3 bonllre 4 CLARENE CALL HE AIN T DONE RIGHT EY NELL 3 contest play rnukc up Strlle IIIII5 plny mug., DA po 4 mu yup IRT DAC 234 TlIcspIuIIs 4 Declurvmton 23 cIIoIr 34 Rhyth ellls 234 FHA 234 Intro mural sports 2 WIrIIer homecorvl Inq mrIdIdIIIf 4 door monnor 4 JANICE CARLSON FHA 3 swltchboord 4 ROBERT CARLSON Che s Club 3 4 SENIOR ACTI ITIE CLASS MOTTO Nothing great was ever CLASS Orchid FLOWER CLASS COLORS Silver, lovender PATRICIA ELLIS CIIOII 34, usher 4 ROBERT ENGEBRETSON Busltvtbul' 23, Trnck 234 Fsolbclll 23 rs-r'Ir":r- - F-:ff 2 4 IIIIII Ivurnl sncr s BEVERLY ENGELHART I I Ie: 3 4 bf-Ind 2 b oss I G rmfm Club 3 SIII Club 2 EVERETT ESTERBERG S HTV IR TV 3 Sm-nrn Club 3 4 Boske un Ic Football mlm rIIurLIl sports 2 JOHN EVANISH FREE SPEECH 3 SOPHTV 2 JR TV 3 DAC 3 Tbesplnrvs 34 cllor 234 Mudrlgc-Ils 2 Golf Club 4 Basketball 234 oot se ull C 4 Inm-I mum spar 3 2 IIHIIIIY help 4 PATRICK FERDERBER SO HTV 2 .IR TV 3 Che-I Club 3 Golf Club 234 www IIIIIIQ 234 Track 23 IIIIII3 mural sports 2 Vwnter HI3IIIecoIIIIIIg KIHQ 4 DIANE GASPERLIN HTV 2 lIoI 34 FHA 2 llbrury help 4 door momor 23 swnrhboord 4 denllsts omce 4 LOIS GOLOBICH SO HTV 2 .IR TV 3 Tbesp ons 34 Qulll S. Scroll 34 HI Lute 2 34 cholr 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Snow Queen ccndIdcIIe c secretory 4 DAC 3 RICHARD GRAHEK es Club 34 aqseboll 2 IIIIII MIDI sports SANDRA HAAPALA sI class ploy IIOI-3 up 4 SOPH rv 2 uma 2 34 some flu 2 .,eIIIIuI Club 3 FIIOIIMII IQIIQIQHIIIQ IOIII dole 4 IIIIIII I achieved wiflloul enthuslosml I mffvag may ci 2 mano HAVE , owe' E X AND 4,04 ,IX ALL THE ',, If I ' X , .I X SHIRLEY KLUN CRADLE OF GLORY 2, MR LINCOLN'S WHISKERS 4 SOPH TV 2 II? TI. 3 DAC 2, TlIv:pIrIrIs 2 Ve-vp 3 4, Hi-Liles 2 34, Doc lf:r'I.IIcrI 2 34 :bow 34 RIIyIIIrvIIfttos 23 4 FHA 34, Pap Club E SII v. 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