Emery High School - Eagle Yearbook (Emery, SD)

 - Class of 1960

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BAAS .10 -.6 ' Algebra 0,5 Geometry i wi-5 5 , -J 6' K .5 V MARLDN TSG-IETTH2 MIGUEL COLON Bookkeeping Chemistry General Business General Science Typing 1 Bi01 '-393' Shorthand PHYSICS Declam-Class Plays CIJAGI JOHN KOOPMAN Driver Training World History American History American Gov' t. GARY GU DAHL Agriculture I,II,III 5 6529 Qbs Q- w. ww -51 4 iz! V' Q wifi is 4 iii - 5i Ssfwffi rl' W M352 we Ya WWW i iggfmf L' YYIP' 152 , 2 We fm 2 elm 'Q 12 ,ya rf .W ,Wim ia an www- - fgffvwvfw fafefgi !iii?f9a.fifaiefi3?zQf2 f?'fMEsH'f:a3E:, iii iii: lfir :J we Mx wammrieiram Q- iii Wfilwf-4+ A , wg qw 'Z ,Q fa :vm QQ. ROBERT SMITH Band and Vocal Music MRS, PATRICIA DUSSEAU Engl ish I,II,III,IV Library ROGER KLOCK BONNIE WELKER Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-M Mixed Chorus l-2-3-h Boys Glee Club 1-2-3-h Girls Glee Club 1-2-3-M Class Play 3-h class Play 3-h Class President h Class Sec'y-Treas. h FFA President 3 Physical Education 1-2-h FFA Reporter h Pep Club h Football 2-3-h Basketball 1 Track 1-2-3-M Homecoming King Annual Staff M Wheel Staff 3-h Girls State 3 Salutatorian b Seniom JAMES WEELDREYER WILLIAM DITTMAN Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-h Student Council h Boys Glee Club l-2-3-M Football Manager 3-U Class Play 3 Basketball Manager 2-3-h Basketball 1-2-3-M Wheel Staff 3-h STANLEY FRIESEN Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-h Boys Glee Club l-2-3-h Boys Quartet 3-M Class President 2 Class Vice President h Student Council 3-h Band 1-2-3-U B ass Ensemble 2-3-b Vocal Solo 2-3-h 1 Instrumental Solo 3-h Mixed Ensemble 3-I4 All-State chorus 3-L1 C 8 A11-state Band 3 X3 Annual Staff lp fr ,Lil Wheel Staff 3-LL 11 Brass Quartet b .. ff Valedictorian b ' LARRY BAHMULLER Mixed chorus l-2-3-h Boys Glee Club 1-2-3-h Track 1-2-3 A Mixed EI 14335 LETCHER Chorus 1-2-3-h Girls Glee Club 2-3-M Class Play 3-L Class Sec'y-Treas. 2-3 Band 1 Homecoming Attendant h Annual Staff Physical Education l-2-3-h wheel Staff h D. A. R. A RONNIE OLTHOFF CHARLES WEBER Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-h Boys Glee Club 1-2-3-M FFA Sentinel M Class Treasurer 3 Football l-2-3-h i enibl-A Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-h Boys Glee Club l-2-3-M Class Play 3-h Student Council 2 FFA President A Bend l-2-3-D Brass Ensemble 2-3 Instrumental Solo A Annual Staff h Wheel Staff 3-h BONNIE LEHR Mixed Chorus l-2-3-M Girls Glee Club 1-2-3- Girls Ensemble 1-2-3-L Class Vice President 3 Homecoming Queen h Vocal Solo 2-3-h Mixed Ensemble M All-State Chorus h Physical Education 2-3 EONN I E WI BLEMO Mixed Chorus l-2-3-A Girls Glee Club 1-2-3-h Class Play 3-A Homecoming Attendant M Physical Education 1-2-M Pep Club 1-2-3-h 1 Af A 1 xi v.v K vicroa I-IUBER Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-h Boys Glee Club l-2-3-h Class Play 3 Student Council H Band 1-2 Basketball 1-2-3-h . Homecoming Attendant M All-State Chorus h Wheel Staff U Boys State 1 PATRICIA NOLAN JAMES GLINGEH HAROLD SCHRADER Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-L1 Mixed Chorus 1-2-U Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-L1 Girls G1ee Club 1-2-3-ll BOYS 6122 Club 1-2-U Boys G1ee Club 1-2-3-h C1255 Play 3-h Football 3-11 Class Play 3-L1 Class secretary 3 Basketball ln FFA Secretary 3 class treasurer 2 Track 3-L1 FFA Vice President ll Band l-2 Homecoming Attendant h Band 1-2-3-1-L Physical Education 1-2-14 Basketball 1 Pep Club l-2-3 Wheel Staff 3-M l . Alf ' x L, o 5 Semom ' if X- PAUL EDZARDS GERALD GEPPERT JAMES JANSSEN Mixed Chorus l-2-3-L1 Mixed Chorus l-2-3-ll Boys Glee Club 1-2-3-14 Boys Glee Club 1-2-3 I4 Class Play h Band l-2-3-I4 Band 2-3 Basketball 1 Football 2-3-Lp Vocal Solo 2 Track 2-3 K LEFT TO RIGHT: Vic Huber, Jim Olinger, Roger Klock, Bonnie Lehr, Bonnie Wlblemo, and Eileen Letcher. X 1 c u " ' 4 E ,M -4 A - '-I-a -'f- -- 3-.----.-,y - A ff 5252 1, lsliiglxff Pfgfff :si , , .,,. 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Je Gerald Bergl Lester Bloem Joanne Dannenbr ing Beverly Decker Joyce Edzards Glen Ernster Rita Fahy Joyce Heiman Sharyn Huber Diane Kressman Connie Krier Dorothy Krumm Melvin Leitheiser Rosalita Marquardt Michael Michels Tom y Nolan Mary Olinger Carolee Plank John Reichling Harold Richter Judy Schuldt Margarete Schwartz Carol Tammen Mary Tegels Gloria Terveen ?oartla grade ?i th grade Sixth grade f Q? C a we 40+ .S : A Q ,2 W3 M.. M156 K M' Seventh grade 991: th grade FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj Peggy Langner, Joyce Hanssen, Joanne Smith, Sharon Johnson, Diane Lehr, Marcia Klook, Shirley Schuldt, Gloria Hill, Judy Terveen, Darla williams, and Doris Schilberg. MIDDLE ROW: Cleft to rightj Teacher, Mrs. Mary Egland, Dale Weeldreyer, Renee Swailes, Betty Bleeker, Rhonda Klock, Rodney Heiman, Sylvan Bleeker, Sadonna Williams, Dale Bahmuller, and walter Baas. BACK ROW: Cleft to right, Duane Wells, David Decker, Bruce Huber, Rich- ard Langner, Lloyd Schrader, Ruth Schilberg, Judith Janssen, Randall Klock, Daniel Hofer, James Dannenbring, and Sandra Lang. BACK ROW: Cleft to rightj Teacher, Mrs. Barbara Koopman, Larry Friesen, Peggy Fraser, Edna Baas, Claretta Block, Joan Folkerts, Ardis Olthoff, Virgil Terveen, and Steven Kranzler. FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj Janet Hanlon, Bonnie Johnson, Sharon Browen, Joleen Triebuasser, Kaye Bloem, and Peggy Bleeker. NOT PICIURED: Mary Schilherg. ?irAt grade 'Second grade I Third grade S W FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightl Eloise Potratz, Teresa Jucht, Linda Huber, Ruby Janssen, Katherine Hill, Harriet Bleeker, Lucy Osterloo, and Doro- thy Sweeney. MIDDLE ROW: Cleft to rightj Sandra Johnson, Patricia Hanssen, Janet Baas, Jerome Jucht, Joyce Jucht, Steven Potratz, Larry Plucker, Robert Sweeney, and Danny Ray Lang. BACK ROW: Cleft to rightj Roger Friesen, Alvin Decker, David Williams, Craig Kranzler, Danny Bahmuller, Vernon Osterloo, Jules Glanzer, Daniel Bdzards, Orlando Hofer, Lon Tschetter, and Teacher, Yrs. Marie Hummel. NOT PICTURED: Curtiss Klock. ,. we Ig 5 C " A , ' N T ,- grade Claeerleadem LEFT TO RIGHT: Sharon Browen, Bonnie Johnson Diane Lehr and Sharon I-Ianssen X 4 5-m:?g?'5?!'-:n ,, J mmf 1 ff 1' . . .,g-Tiki 4- 1 an Aa ..::5.gF.A:5..r'ig'g::f SQ? 5- ':' L I '5 " 2 l!'?,-gift..-J -WN 3 1 ,EE u 'Y ,X -l' . 4 , W' 3? X X X X 43 -Y C3 - imf? new -uh 'gf Student Council LEFT TO RIGHT: Ronnie Olthoff, Editor Stanley Friesen, Assistant Editor Roger Klock, and Eileen Letcher. ' STANDING: Cleft to rightj Bi'1 Dittman, Sharyn Huber, and Rick Fraser ' Stanle Friesen SEATED: Qleft to r1ghtD Gretalyn Kranzler, Vic Huber, y and Laverna Schnabel. eel empaper Sta BACK ROW: Cleft to rightj Doris Jarding, Joyce Edzards, Eileen Letoher, Rita ,f Leitheiser, Victor Huber, Carolee Plank, Charles Friesen, Carol Tammen, James if ' ' Weeldreyer, JoAnn Klock, Ronnie Olthoff, Carolyn Browen, Advisor, Mrs. Patricia CX Dlsseau, and Beverly Decker. r 'fi SEATED: Cleft to rightj Sharyn Huber, Gretalyn Kranzler, Editor Patty Nolan, Y Stanley Friesen, Merry Terveen, and Gloria Terveen. S I L Z, beclamation STANDING: Cleft to rightj Carol Iaznmen, Carolee Plank, Rosalita Mar- quardt, Rita Leitheiser, Joyce Edzards, and Sharyn Huber. SEATED: Cleft to rightj LOCAL WINNERS: Merry Terveen, Charles Frie- sen Cdistrict winnerl, Linwood Bleeker, and Gloria Terveen. ,V X, X fffb, M ll f 2 214 Ufficem ' 0 . 'nj 04, fa -KXFA e f' , 'La "7-1: 1' '?sT.'f0 5 ' ' I J, iff of 'I s 'Ft ' A x 4 -1 1 Qg 3 L U U 5 H ep Club . Y Q ? , 2 STANDING: Qleft to rightj Roger Klock and Milford Tammen. SEATED: Cleft to rightj Charles Weber, President Ronnie Olthoff, Advisor Gary Gudahl, vice-president Harold Schrader, and Paul Schulte. ' 4 YQ 5e if K 9? Q sf a 55 2 2? Q Z S 2 5 3 S Q 2 4 V. BACK RUN: Cleft to rightj Mary Olinger, Patty Kunkel, Mary Tegels, Shirley Frank, Cheryl Ernster, Sharyn Huber, and Rita Fahy. THIRD ROW: Cleft to rightj Sharon Ernster, Joan. Johnston, Bonnie Welker, Joyce Heiman, Judy Schuldt, Karen Bdzards, and Bonnie Wiblemo. SECOND ROW: Cleft. to right! Joyce Edzards, Diane Kressman, Gloria Terveen, Merry Terveen, Rosalita Marquardt, Carolee Plank, Beverly Decker, Carol lam- men, and Connie Krier. FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj Carolyn Browen, Gretalyn Kranzler, Mascot Brad- ley Koopman, JoAnn Klock, and Doris Jarding. 1 anior Claw Play i Charles Friesen, Merry Terveen, Loren Huber, and Karan Decker. SX n ' r CIMA Pla 5.2 I0 if I Q ,W ...Lf C1 i J nonnie Olthoff and Eileen Letchzr Patty Nolan, Ronnie Olthoff, and Harold Schrader, Patty Nolan, an Eileen Latcher. Bonnie Eiibleno. ll ll ' Kane! r N L .L + V ll ll land STANDING: Cleft to righti Merry Terveen, Roger Jucht, Carolyn Browen, Greta- lyn Kranzler, and Director, Robert Smith. BACK ROW: Cleft to right, Bruce Huber, Peggy Bleeker, Carolee Plank, Loren Huber, Walter Baas, Jolene Triebwasser, Larry Loes, Ronnie Olthoff, Stanley Friesen, Sharyn Huber, Harold Schrader, and Wendell Folkerts. MIDDLE ROW: Cleft to rightl Edna Baas, Kaye Eloem, Gloria Reichling, Larry Friesen, Sylvan Bleeker, Grant Terveen, Joyce vern Schrader, Rick Fraser, Lloyd Schrader, Daniel Hofer, and FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightl Charles Friesen, Loretta Janssen, Ross Bloem, and Joan Folkerts. Majorette, Doris Jarding. Terveen, John Edzards, Mel- Jimmy Janssen. Janet Hanlon, FRONT ROW CENTER: Cleft to rightj Mary Jung and Janet Hanlon. FIRST FULL ROW: Cleft to right, Edna Baas, Kaye Bloem, Ruth Schilberg, Bruce Huber, Sandra Kressman, Alice McCormick, Steven Potratz, Mary Tegels, Jean Mc- Cormick, Mary Reichling, Larry Friesen, Sylvan Bleeker, and John Reidhling. SECOND FULL ROW: Cleft to right, Joanne Smith, Peggy Bleeker, Paula Ruden, Mary Olinger, Wally Baas, John Janssen, Ricky Hillard, Steven Kranzler, Joan Folkerts, Joleen Triehwasser, Lloyd Schrader, and Daniel Hofer. STANDING: Cleft to rightj Robert Sweeney, Pat Jung, and Doris Schilberg. NOT LISTED: Boyd Fluth, Randy Hillard, and Kent Terveen. ' BRASS QUARTETTE: Cleft to rightj Stanley Friesen Melvern Schrader Rick Fraser Joan Folkerts LARINET QUARTETTE: Cleft to rightl Kaye Bloem Charles Friesen Loretta Janssen Gloria Terveen ,YM trumen tal gl-0upA TRUMPET TRIO: Cleft to rightj Joyce Edzards Malvern Schrader Rick Fraser YQ f l ' Q f Nb XX Q 4 X 3 BRASS ENSEMBLE: Cleft to rightj Lester Bloem, Loren Huber, Melvern Schrader, Rick Fraser, Stanley Friesen, and Sharyn Huber. 5'.'-' rg- -.-,,,, c5fs'13fiixg'-'vzw A e.Q. A Q faf 2 ' N ff 'Q AT I s INSTRUMENTAL SOLOISTS: BACK ROW: Cleft to right? Loren Huber, Rick Fraser, Nelvern Schrader, Charles Friesen, Wendell Folkerts, Ronnie Olthoff, and Stanley Friesen. FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj Sharyn Huber, Joyce Exizards, and Lester Bldem. 1 2 el S iw Q TL it 2 P 'es Q 9 ' D Mixed Clwnw BACK ROW: fleft to rightj John Stoltz, Rich Sweeney, Victor Huber, Paul Bd- zards Marvin Sch ldt Do , u , nald Millard, Harold Schrader, Charles Friesen, Vernon Olthoff, Rick Fraser, Stanley Friesen, Loren Huber, and Harold Richter. THIRD ROW: Kleft to rightj Larry Loes, Lester Ross Bloem, Charles Weber, James Weeldreyer, Linwood Bleeker, Larry Bahmuller, Roger Klock, Milford Tammen, Ronnie Olthoff, Melvern Schrader, Grant Terveen, J immy Janssen, Eileen Letcher, Judy Schuldt, and Karen Decker. SEDOND ROW: Cleft to right, Director, Robert Smith, Joyce Heiman, Mary Jean Schwartz, Gretalyn Kranzler, Mary Olinger, Laverna Schnabel, Mary Nolan, Cheryl Ernster, Sharyn Huber, Patty Kunkel, Carol Tammen, Rita Leitheiser, Diane Kressman, Gloria Terveen, Dorothy Krumm, Connie Krier, Shirley Frank, Sharon Ernster, Joyce Bdzards, Mary Tegels, and Rita Fahy. FRONT ROW: flef t to rightj Margarete Schwartz, Rosalita Marquardt, Loretta Janssen, Doris Jarding, Merry Terveen, Beverly Decker, Carolee Plank, Bonnie I-Jiblemo, Carolyn Browen, Bonnie Lehr, Patty Nolan, Karen Edzards, JoAnn Klock, Bonnie Welker, Joan Johnston, and Joanne Dannenbring. J Uvcalies t4 BACK ROW: Cleft to rightj Merry Terveen, JoAnn Klock, Vernon Olthoff, Greta- lyn Kranzler, Charles Friesen, Gloriaflferveen, and Stanley Friesen. FRONT ROW: fleft to rignty Karen Deegegiaevefly Decker, Bonnie Lehr, 1.01--, etta Janssen, Carolyn Browen, and Joyce' Edzards. M XED ENSEMBLE: Cleft to rightl ren Decker tanley Friesen onnie Lehr harles Friesen oretta Janssen ernon Olthoff everly Decker Frry Loes E? 'rf' -v-li"-als 1 1 Uocal nAem6leA BOYS QUARTETTE: Kleft to rightl Stanley Friesen Charles Friesen Vernon Olthoff Larry Loes 4 -s 1 Am-Q TRIPLE TRIO: Cleft to right? JoAnn Klock Qaccompanistj Beverly Decker Loretta Janssen Carolyn B owen Gloria Terveen Merry Terveen Karen Decker Joyce Edzards Sharyn Huber Gretalyn Kranzler I BACK ROW: Cleft to rightj Rich Sweeney, Vernon Olthoff, Don Hillard, Victor Huber, Paul Edzards, Grant Terveen, Harold Schrader, Charles Friesen, Jimmy Janssen, and Director, Robert Smith. MIDDLE ROW: Cleft to right? Charles Weber, Linwood Bleeker, James Weeldreyer, Larry Bahmuller, Roger Klock, Milford Tammen, Ronnie Olthoff, Marvin Schuldt, and Melvern Schrader. FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightl Larry Loes, John Stoltz, Rick Fraser, Loren Huber, Stanley Friesen, Lester Ross Bloem, and Glen Richter. BACK RW: Cleft to rightj Karen Decker, Sharyn Huber, Patty Kunkel, Merry Terveen, Beverly Decker, Carolyn Browen, Carolee Plank, Judy Schuldt, Karen Edzards, Patty Nolan, Bonnie Lehr, Bonnie Wihlemo, Joanne Dannenbring, and Shirley Frank. MIDDLE ROW: Cleft to rightj Director, Robert Smith, Mary Olinger, Laverna Schnabel, Mary Nolan, Cheryl Elrnster, JoAnn Klock, Loretta Janssen, Gretalyn Kranzler, Joyce Heiman, Eileen Letcher, Connie Krier, Mary Tegels, Rita Fahy, and Joyce Edzards. FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj Margarete Schwartz, Mary Schwartz, Carol Tammen, Rita Leitheiser, Doris Jarding, Bonnie Wihlemo, Rosalita Marquardt, Joan Johnston, Sharon Ernster, Gloria Terveen, Diane Kressman, and Dorothy Krumm. .2 fr W g0l,.6 ' glee C' al' mf. .,,' vc QI-IA ' glee C1116 X 1 livmecvming ?reAlamen Supl: omoru Juniom Senivw -L p- ', j IIAN ' 'Ei' 1 TG' asf is' ,M Qfa' Swv BAK Eeprmen tative Merry Terveen BASKETBALL gg-A.s'Qy RECORD Pierpont Fultonn Spencerr Alexandria Montrose Fulton Farmer Bridgewater Monroe Scotlandwf Parkstonrr Farmer Letcherrwr Planoewi-1+ Fultonwmm Marion Bridgewater Mt. Vernon Plano Alexandria Mitchell JV Letcher Mitchell JV Ethan Farmerrrrr Alexandriamr4H+ Ethanfmwm Chamberlainummuw Woonsocketrfrfi -lf' +4 PARKSTON TOURNEY Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Emery Eme mmm D-H CONFERENCE TOURNEY N444 DISTRICT TOURNEY x4+++REGIONAL TOURNEY Eileen Letcher dmad L11 Sh h3 he so L15 63 M7 E3 39 51 E6 ho 60 M6 M8 hh 56 L17 68 66 8h 36 59 71 69 Sh L6 60 5091 State Charles Friesen FOOTBALL SEASON RECORD Stickney 9 Emery 13 Mt. Vernon 8 Emery 26 Gann Valley Emery 19 Plankinton Emery 7 White Lake Emery 6 Woonsocket Emery 6 Kimball Emery 12 Salem St. Mary' Emery 19 w ill Q K Wk -Q, ..1L.JJl- ?oot6all 5-K., ,M -.nw ' f, . 1 In 1 X , . ' af BACK ROW: Cleft to rightj Coach John Koopman, Grant Terveen, Charles Weber, Roger Klock, Milford Tammen, Bill Ernster, Wendell Folkerts, Marvin Schuldt, Roger Jucht, and Manager, Bill Dittman. MIDDLE ROW: Cleft, to rightj Michael Michels, Paul Edzards, Jim Olinger, Rich Sweeney, Don Hillard, Rick Fraser, and Jack Olinger. FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj Tommy Nolan, Lester Ross Bloem, John Reichling, Loren Huber, and Glen Ernster. ,1 1 as 5 E E I 2 3 Q S R 3 'G v4 f S29 82 '-VII I3 O :US sg.- tr.. SAC ul-'Q M122 givf cv- 4"'O EO SHR Mr-'Q Q LOLQ'-J' ' NDR-+ Hrfxz N' u ,QOUJ w I-Q5 Ham- Q95 P4 "Su, Q ES A 0 FI.-S OV -SLT EE-1 :ng U 2? 5'2- DQ. ,flu Q-3 :QS "'v :su 9333 un. Q. " 5 55 an Sm kv '55 ls: N Q , Q :uE3329: g""O'.J'r-'Z Ozwso Q4:'I-lid S C' UiUl,o 528- G EVE 2.11 una." """ no 3-S, H :UVB 5-73 " " on UU cv 34+ if S-P1 22:2 QZNFU H0 qv-x '-lfco "H+ o.-- 2 Bgmi: Ego EES- N Q' 4+-.01 91 Cf' .FEC gv 3 5' ev gd- - 'ff' Sf-I ' u 'das F9 S5 :sci-"" Eg Nm '-"oQ'E' 1 ms' 2 Sim QL. no S:-'?'0f:g v0 :Cr 'T vggv 'Tig '-115 WH N N OLD 5-N".': 52? 'gy '13 SJ me mr' 0-"OH og H2 0 FSE? 'Q :- .gf ghgm 193 5555 QE Z5 'I Gu-' gl-" I-iv 73915 D 9-1- EOu!D :U C53 ,..0 v uno 'Og "' , QI-I QE OH 9-34 :gil Zig ,Q . "' Q 2' EES S91 gl H Cr-I v In 5 gin:-cz 3 ag' Oni: '-'J-. gg 42'4IIII-A 0 I--nv 00-Cm 5 no. H UH Zi: :fm VXINM WH H OH ev.. EOC "'O I-I W pl' all-l ag. gh BBQ. cv EH 93. 32.2 is 52 :X wg U Claeerleadem LEFT TO RIGHT: Carolyn Browen Gretalyn Kranzler JoAnn Klock Doris Jarding LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Ernster James Weeldreyer, Vic Huber Loren Huber, and Don Hillard Jim Olinger Q Snayu 2 1. For whom are you posing, Joyce? 2. Is it a doll, or Miss Dannenbring? 3. Smile pretty, Loretta li. Typical family life 5. No, Karen, he's this way 6. Merry, why so sober-faced? 7. Is it really that bad, Doris? 8. Dig that physique, Roger! 9. Diane's pepsodent smile 10. Dig that haircut, Judy ll. Waiting for someone, Cheryl? 12. Sharon, is it really that bad? 13. One of the old romances lil. Just one of those seniors 15. Bonnie Lehr and Lin-- wood in their naughty days 16. Bill and Jim flirting as usual 17. Is he really that devas-I tating, Rita? 18. So-o-o big, Rich? 19. Joyce in her better days 20. Buck, is that you? gl., 21-22. The Terveens in their younger days 23. The age of innocence, eh, John? 214. Part of 1 ,g R the royalty 25. what a big smile, Loren 26. Dig those crazy curls, Larry Loes! 27. Other members of the royalty 28. Oh, how cute, Rita! 29. Kiss me quick, but please don't slobber' 1. Are you really that shy, Gloria? 2. Why that sweet and innocent look, Carol? 3. Here's Milford in his innocent days 14. Is that really you, Vic? S. Take your pick, boys 6. WOW! Legs! 7. Carolyn in grade school days 8. Ross in childhood 9. Cutie Lehr 10. Why frown when you can smile, eh, Joan? ll. Loretta at age 'leven 12. With whom are you striking up a new romance, Eileen? 13. Just a green freshie lk. Sharon in bygone girlhood 15. Emery Hi Schoo1's dream girl 16. Another freshie 17. Mr. Bathing Beauty of U.S.A. 18. Boy, are you ever in a jam, Jim 19. Brand new hair style 20. My, how you have changed, Bonnie Lehr! 21. Didja forget to use your wildroot, John? 22. Prominent EHS basketball star 23. Emery Eagles' faithful manager 214. Even at that age, he was thinking of women 25. Did your mommy feed you Cream of Wheat, Loren? 26. Why so grouchy, Buck? 27. The Mona Lisa didn't care to smile either, Roger 28. Is she really that fascinating, Melvern? 29. Larry Jucht, the idol of millions of little girls 30. You'll get out of it alive, Paul 31. It loosely resembles Hal March, but it's Charles Weber 30-A. A determined Melvin 31-B. That bow tie gives you a real dignity, Harold 32. That same ol' Moose 33. What, no glasses, Larry? 314. Shy Sharyn 35. Handsome James 36. Teachers always make me laugh 37. Loretta and Chuck 38. Carolyn ff! v- G mf """' 'X Q X V KP -0554 ' WI D 35 ii in ro hecq Lead L0 O B C ! S C C 3 f-I fl I' S 1 1 c Zooming through space in our 1970 model rocket ship, we land in Sev- We, the ior Class of Emery high School, being of sound mind, do eral interesting parts of the United States to get a glimpse of the mem- hereby make, publish, and declare this our last will and tes ent as bers of the Emery Class of 1960. follows: Letfs take a coffee break first and stop at this cozy little restau- I, Bonnie Wiblemo, will my gum chewing ability to Merry Terveen. You rant, in the heart of Chicago. But what's this I see across the street? start with two sticks and keep adding, Merry. My good personality I be- Why, it' a Charm School for Girls, and upon entering w find that it's queath to Ros lita Marquardt. operated by none other than Roger Klock. Roger has 217 girls attending I, Roger Klock, will my title of homecoming king to Bill Ernster, ny his charm school at the present, in which he personally conducts classes frequent trips south of town to Milford Tammen, and nn! foo ll ability in which he teaches girls to be more attractive to the opposite sex. We to John Stoltz. A little more sleep does it, John, I should knowl. find that Roger has eight privateisecretaries. One of them does nothing I, Stanley Friesen, will my singing ability to Roger Jucht, and also but shine his cowboy boots. my skill on the trombone to Joyce Hei . My motto, as you all know, is As we drink our coffee our attention is directed to the edition of "Pra ti e till you see red." I, we find that Ronnie Olthoff is quite famous now, having just his one ment ring to Mary Nolan, my title of homecoming queen to Doris Jarding, hundredth gold medal in the national tiddley winks tournament. Ronnie and my front seat in every CU class to all the happy people who seem to is now representing the U. S. in the 1970 Olympics. Oh, wait, look here be lucky enough to sit in the back. for a minute! Vic Huber has replaced Mickey Mantle in center field for I, Bill Dittman, will my gerial ability to Gerald Berg. Let's the New York Y ees. Here's another item. A short guy of Emery really read up on sports, Gerry. You've got to get along with the coach, tool! surprised everyone. Jimmy Janssen has gr to be 6'6", and is now the I, Ronnie Olthoff, will my fr ent trips to Plano to Wendell Folk- center for the "Chicago Bullets" basketball team. "Speedy" Schrader's erts, and my Ford to Bill Ernster. It will take you past the ice skatf race car, "The Hound," has just won its first race on the Indianapolis ing pond, Bill. Spee y. "Speedy" wil be better known to you as Harold E. Schrader. I, Paul Edzards, will my cowboy boots to rles Friesen. It es Bonnie Wiblemo and Eileen Letcher are now traveling together. Bonnie an hour's practice every dew on your mother's high heels, Chuck. My is a lady wrestler, and Eileen is her manager and trainer. Thus far she football ability I bequeath to Leonard Berg. remai s undefeated. I, Eileen Letcher, will my frequent trips to Spencer to Laverna concerns Jim Olinger, It seems Jim finally realized he couldn't outwit goes to ryn Huber. the police, so he joined them. Having worked hard to reach the top, Jim I, J im Olinger, will my neatness to Glen Ernster, my library trips is now Chief Warden at Sing Sing. He hasnft had much trouble except for to Rita Leitheiser. Forget your studying, Rita. Lasmer Boughmiler Callas Larry Bahmullerl. He was formerly the leader I, Victor Huber, will my basketball ability to Linwood Bleeker. Try of the Black Spiders. Now that he is in Sing Sing, Stanley Friesen has ballerina workouts, Linwood, it helps. My Studying ability I will to taken over the gang. He's pretty smart because he hasn't been caught so Grant Terveen. It es more a story book, Grant. far. We see a heading which reads, " LOSION ROCKS CHICAGO." It seems I, Pat Nolan, will my ability to flirt to Karen Decker. My gift of than Paul Eden-as has become a chemisc...a mad Chemist- H2 dowvt know gab, an the rate of 12o words per minute, 1 vm no nm-is Jai-ding. what to invent, but so far he has blown up six buildings. Bill Dittman I, James Weeldreyer, will my fashionable car to Paul Schulte. Now has also become a chemist. His latest invention is the new "Man Catcher you won't have to beg for a ride, Paul. My basketball ability I leave Perfume." Bill said he won't let his wife use any of it. to Ross Bloem. You'll have to eat more spinach, Ross. We also see t Bonnie Lehr, the famous opera singer, is on her way 1, Gerald Geppert, will my trips to Parkston to Leonard Berg. My to Emery to hold a national assembly. She did have a knife throwing act mechanical ability I will to Charles Friesen, who always seems to bust with Ringling Brothers circus together with Rich, after their marriage, down with the press at the ENTHIFRISE. but she gave it up after she s bed Rich in the right ear. Turning the I, Cha le Weber, will my ntunerous trips to Sioux Falls to Linwood pages to the variety page, we see that Charles Weber is a favorite with Bleeker. All it takes is a little gas, a car, and a litt e money. boys and girls, as he has replaced Captain ll on TV. I, Larry Bahmuller, will my height to Larry Loes. A few more car- Gerald Geppert ed out to be quite an explorer. He finally found rots ought to do it, Larry. the "Fountain of Youth." He drank too much, but you can see him crawl- I, Bonnie Welker, will my ability to talk to Rita Fahy. Aw, forget ing around in a diaper somewhere. your bashfulness, Rita. My ability to get the car whenever I t it On the women's page we find Bonnie Welker is married to a navy man. 9005 t0 CaI'01yn Br . It takes a lot of begging, Carolyn. She now has six children scrubbing the decks of a huge battleship for I, Harold Schrader, will nw glasses to Rich Sweeney, my good grades her husband. The HINE seems to be colorful with news since Pat Nolan to Connie Krier, and my ability to play rook to Mr. Tschetter. took over as editor. Her biggest scoop has been the marriage of James I, James Janssen, wil my car to Ri k Fraser. 'I'here's a heater in Weeldreyer to Princess Anne of England. James and Anne are happily mar- this one, Rick, and it will take you out to Tegels' whenever you please. ried and living in England. In witness hereof, we affix our seal to the above clauses, this 12th This 's our sojourn 'o "le wr rioua pla S ' ere the members-of the L Adaylkof lMarchL IQ60: H A g M H11 UU d UI C Dahle Jewelers Famous for Diamonds Mitchell, South Dakota 14d,0I'fl.6lMg y yy M Hanlon Hardware Paints, Tools, Gift Items, Housewares, Toys Emery, South Dakota Palace Cleaners "We Keep the Spots" Mitchell, South Dakota Feinstein Bros., Inc. Department Store Mitchell, South Dakota Modern Cleaners 6' Laundry Mitchell, South Dakota lIANK'S GARAGE Allin Chalmers Sales 8 iervlce Champlln l,l'0dll8ll Du Al Loader! Emery, South Dakota Tri-County Mutual Telephone Co. Emery, South Dakota Geyerman's "Ladies Ready-to-Wear" Mitchell, South Dakota Meyer Motor Phone 252l - Night Wrecker Service Bridgewater, South Dakota 20 Town House Cafe Known For Food Mitchell, South Dakota BERG APPLIANCE 8: TV 122 West First Avenue P. O. Box 152 MITCHELL, SOUTH DAKOTA Gross Hatcheries "Quality None Better" Emery Cr Bridgewater DR. CARL J. HARBERTSI T 5. R F0od,,,,,d -l:::lna::'0n- Groceries-Meats-Sundries Emery, South Dakota V Fmffltfvfflufllg -Dakota IRWIN TYPEWRITER COMPANY r N roa East Third sneer Mitchell, South Dakota Lehr Grocery Quality Groceries of All Kinds Emery, South Dakota ' Emery Enterprise YOUR HOME TOWN NEWSPAPE2 J. G. NORDSETH, PUBLIS-IER Rose's Cafe Meals That Melt ln Your Mouth Emery, South Dakota Farmers Union Grain Terminal Association Vernon Heiter, Mgr. Line Elevator Division Emery, South Dakota Drs. Mabee 6' Mabee zoo Medical Arts Bldg. Mitchell, South Dakota . IR: F. F. SlVlI'IH Buehner Implement Co. nmeqthing m Veterinary SUPP1ieS" smscmxc Phone No. 150 nmoo EMFRY, SOUTH DAKOTA WIRING army, SOUTH DAKQTA APPLIANCES Dr. L, Fm I IPSHANXRD ELEVATOR COMPPXFIYIW I I Veterinarian - Phone 62 Feed Mixing i- Grinding Results - Not Explanations Emery, South Dakota . 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Dakote I Fraser Implement Co "YOUR JOHN DEERE DEALER' YOUR COMPLETE FARM EDUIPMHNIT SERVICE CENTER HOLLAND GEHL FARMI-IAN D TIRES FIRESTONE GOODYEAR Emery, S. D. Phone 3l-L PU ETZ CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Residential 8' Commercial Contracting 309 West Thirteenth ' Mitchell. South Dakota FARMER'S PRODUCE Highest Cash Prices Ducks - Geese - Poultry - Eggs Mitchell, South Dakota SIMPSON HATCHERY "Nothing Clix Like Simpson's Chix" Mitchell, 'South Dakota 'IHERE'S ONLY ONE STORE IN THIS AREA THAT HAS'm' EXCLUSIVE YOUNG MHWS DEPARTMENT AND THAT IS Grigg Clothing Co. l Mitchell, South D k INTERNATIUNAL HARVESTER TRUCKS MGCURMIBK IJEERING TRAUTURS ---- FARM EUUIPMENT LES JOHNSON IMPLEMENT R-C.A. G HI 1300 North Main Avenue H wl'l"lP00l I pl t Appliances Mitchell, South Dakota Truck-Car GOODYEAR TIRES Tractor-lm lement P TELEPHONE WYman 6-5503 I I , ll MAYER GAS 8 APPLIANCE EMERY. SOUTH DAKOTA E D MAYER OFFICE PHONE 209 MILTON FRANK HOME PHONE 116 Terrace Park Dairy Nordica Cottage Cheese Mitchell, South Dakota B 6' M Farm Store Pump Service and Ditch Digging Phone I56 .Eme'LS9uLh Dekofgm. INTERCOUNTY RURAL C ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION Mitchell, South Dakota I Y ' Yi Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Mitchell, South. Dakota MITCHELL BODY SHOP Complete 'Body 8- Fender Repairs 8. Painting 24 Hour Towing Service - Bear Frame 8- Wheel,Aligning Mlrcusu, so. DAR. Denver Serum Co. P 6 M Grain 6, Feed Co. Livestock Supplies offica 124 Res 101 Mitchell, South Dakota Emery M, A' KRUMM South Dakota Culhane's Dairy I Piggott's "Best in Dairy Products" Mitchell, South Dakota Pheasant, Incorporated Mitchell, South Dakota Merchandise Outlet Store CIMPIHI ll SPO!!! ,Army-Navy Surplus lqulpment Western Wear Cleaners - Tailors Mitchell, South Dakota Drs. Vonburg 6' Gere Medical Arts Bldg. Phone WY 6-2156 Mitchell, ,South Dakota Danforth. 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