Emery High School - Eagle Yearbook (Emery, SD)

 - Class of 1968

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VSE.E,i:,? , igggliiiflflgw -' ,Aww c . Co-editors Marjean Schamber and Carol Mayer helped to make the annual a big success. Knowledge Is Treasure Introduction . Administration Academics . . Activities . . . Athletics . . . Music Grade Section Table o Contents .. 2-4 5 9 21 37 49 .. 55 DEDICA TION We, the class of 1968, dedicate this yearbook to Superintendent Michael I. Thomas. Superintendent Thomas has served as the head of the Emery School System for the last two years with great devotion. Prior to being Superintendent he was our Principal for five years. We all heartily agree that Mr. Thomas has fulfilled his years at Emery with tact and ability. Emery Citizens Served SEATED: john Pudwill, Norbert Jung, Michael Thomas, Lawrence Browen, Glen Lubbers. STANDING: Carl Harberts, Erwin Huber. President Erwin Huber conducted the meetings of the Board of Education. He was assisted by Vice-president, Norbert Jung. The minutes of the meeting were recorded by the business man- ager, john Pudwill. The Board met on the second Monday of every month. Their job was to supervise the work of 5 I l 6 1 5 each teacher and student. The weight of many decisions fell upon the shoulders of these civic- minded citizens. Their great interest, dedi- cation to duty, and hard work was greatly ap- preciated by the student body and citizens of Emery. Student Council Enacted First Constitution The student council of Emery High School was composed of seven members of the student body. A representative from each class was elected in the fall. The officers, who must be juniors and seniors, were elected by the student body. This organization under the super- vision of Superintendent Thomas, met every month to plan the various school functions such as homecoming, the Christmas party, and the school picnic. ADMINISTRATION fi 2 755?E wjif' f fx I 1 -1' N-,..a XL , X L A? 1 c5 Tv? -T! ixiv 'SONG Et Michael Thomas Trigonometry Physics Solid Geometry Mr. lohn Begeman: Agriculture I - IV, Biology Admlnlstrators Shared Knowledge Teachers spend leisure time together. Mr. Stuart Crouse: Vocal Music, Band, Grade Music Rodney lones Athletic Director Bio ogy Driver' Education Mr. Donald Bagley: Assistant Athletic Director, World Geography, General Business, American History, American Government, Psychology xa Jr..-W Mrs. Barbara Hart: Mr. Richard Tschetter: MIS- Doris Uhrichi Home Economics I, II General Science, Plane Geometry, E1'lg1i5h I, II, and IV, Algebra Library Facult Bestowed Treasures A school depends mostly upon the devotion of its teachers. These ten teachers taught one hundred twenty-seven students. This made a ratio of about thirteen students to each teacher. Two of the teachers -- Mr. Smith and Mr. Thomas -- completed their seventh year of teaching at Emery. Mrs. Uhrich finished her sixth year at EHS. Mr. jones and Mr. Crouse have taught at Emery for three years. Teaching his second year at Emery is Mr. Tschetter. Three others -- Miss Harrington, Mr. Bege- man, and Mr. Bagley -- joined the teaching staff last fall. Mrs. Hart taught the first semester of home economics and Mrs. Glanzer completed the semester. The hard work and determination of the teachers will be remembered by all the students. Miss Shirley Ha1'1'iYlgt01'lI Mr. lohn B. Smith: Mrs. ludith Glanzer: journalism, Spanish I, Bookkeeping, Speech, Typing I, Home Economics I, II, English III, IV Office Practice General Science ,A Qi W'-"Kms 5-145- Eunice Janssen, Mrs. Hugh Sweeney, and Gladys Terveen prepared a nourishing meal for the student body every day. Talent tilized In addition to books, administrators, and teachers, the successful school must also be staffed by competent building superintendents, cooks, nurses, and bus drivers. Their welcome smiles and willingness to help will long be re- membered by us whom they served so well. To these "hard workers" we all say "well done. " Mr. Polkerts, custodian, kept the school spotless and also drove one of the buses. YQ Vi, jx 54 , l5'lS1?l L . HN mf r X 5 ,. pgEiKfr9',,,,,, 5 w ,W f--. . f IWMXW Shir r 'Met Q V PPM 3 FTXZ mg w sm K T qs Af I ,sg ww? A-N A NM X W' is lt 15 sl g I 92 il. QL Mini' Wim 'VZ Q4 S 5 fir Q 'ir '14-P+ I4 fm 'Q wig' QAQQQJ ia sf i' mLf5 is iiwfiikwflf ' fl Wwffsit? vQfSf"':i'si,,tg'a, Nun f4:'5j1f,':?1fweA - 'i3x!sfE?if"f5?ff 551 .E H l ig.- . 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Mrs. Klaus, R.N., served as school nurse. A woman's work is never done. Thanks to Mrs. Folkerts, we had a clean, neat school. joe Olinger, Dick Folkerts, and Otto Bleeker drove the buses this year. CLASSES xhllh X A fNIY'x mu, ll xx X Mx 3 26 Z K da' , !x'0Whrf"v9 .,, of ,X nj' Q 5 I 114 I K iam ,,,. f john Ians sen Kathy Krier Harvey Dannenbring Carol Mayer Darwin Hanssen JoAnn Geppert 10 Eldon Fauth Agnes Leitheiser Seniors Added Four Yea Thirty-five green freshmen entered Emery High School in August of 1964. The most mem orable event of the year was their first float with the theme "Deflate Carthage. " As they started their year as sophisticated sophomores, they gained a new member to their class, Dale Grtmewaldt, thus making a total of thirty-six members. They acquired their first honor as a class by winning first in the beauty division on their float, "Dial V for Victory. " Among the many other activities that the sophomores participated in and ones they will long remember are the long enjoyable hours spent in the Driver's Education car. Many exciting events filled their jtmior year They again captured first place honors in beauty for their float, "At the End of the Rainbow. " On March 21 the juniors received their long awaited rings. fiiwfs Royce Huber MarJean Schamber Jerry Roskens M9-YY 51301152 Knowledge to Their Treasur Several long tedious hours were spent in prepar- i.ng their first class play, "Grandad Steps Out. " The Junior-Senior Banquet was the most mem- orable of all. They decorated Chef Louis's Steakhouse in Mitchell to the theme "Paris by Night. " Eileen Schulte and Jolm Janssen were chosen Girls' and Boys' State. In August of 1967 thirty-six seniors entered the halls of Emery High School for their last year. Joyce Hanssen and John Janssen reigned over Homecoming activities. Senior pictures were taken at the end of the first semester. On February 2, the seniors traveled to Pierre to visit the capitol. The senior play, "Second Childhood, " was presented on April 5 and 6. The seniors remember the State B tournament, not only as players, but as dedicated fans. The Ban- quet and the skip day trip to Lake Okoboji were an exciting climax to their last year. Wayne Werning and Agnes Leitheiser were Valedictorian and Salutatorian. Danny Qlinger Eileen Schulte Linda SCI-Lleich Richard Hillard Dale Richter joyce Hanssen Clarence Denke Nancy Semmler W e P r e s s e d 0 n The long awaited night of graduation for the Class of 1968 arrived on May 23 at 8:00 o'clock. The guest speaker was H. W. Gadda. Superin- tendent Thomas presented the seniors their diplomas. Vocal selections sang by the Senior girls were "Halls of Ivy" and "Graduation Day. " On May 19 at 8:00 o'clock Baccalaureate Services were held in the Emery Auditorium. Reverend Grondorf lead the innovation, and Reverend Wolfe was the speaker for the evening. Gregory Roskens Marna Weeldreyer Allen Rose Wayne Werning Alyce McCormick Sidney Wahl 12. David Decker Jolene Schultz Iameg Pauth Anneliese Weidner ooking Forward to the Future The Senior class chose "Lilies of the Valley" as their class flower, and magenta and gold as their class colors. The motto they selected, "We press on, not looking back in anger nor for ward in fear, but around in awareness, " will prove to be their inspiration for the future. They will go on to challenge new horizons and at- tain new goals. They hope to be the best of builders -- the leaders of tomorrow. Peggy Langner Evan Fluth Gloria Hill Dale Grunewaldt Judy Janssen Larry Burg 13 Min+ 1 ' ,J - . '.,.. "lm , 'iiz , 933124 .ga .H N' " ,v I fx fwwggg a R: 53 Zz ' vw, -1+ -is K iq? A . ve ' pl d k 'l A' If Rf sm 'iih f '12 ,kia h K ,wi J,--fl. -vv 1 :r Q nw- -- -.,,:.-fm W. 1 , gi,fg.:.y:-v., .,. f. 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Juniors Awaited Senior Year 0 Knowledge Thirty eager youngsters made up the junior class i.n '68, This was a memorable year for this enterprising group -- they built a first-place winning floatg they furnished two starters on the varsity basketball tearng they planned and organ- ized the annual junior-Senior Banquetg they pre- sented a playg and they provided officers for the various organizations. Three money-raising projects occupied the spare time of the energetic clan. These included selling magazines and concessions in addition to their play, "Love ls Too Much Trouble," which Eugene Ernster Carol Leitheiser Keith Loes was presented on November 2 and 3. One of the days which the juniors won't forget is January 19 -- the day they received their class rings. The favorite stones were artic sapphires and hemitites. The rings will always remind the juniors of their high school days. Wrapping up a successful year was the junior- Senior Banquet which was held at Chef Louie's. 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Connie Hanssen Diane Huber Linda Huber Terry Ians sen T, I Aw . ' .K , Ya? . yu- QM X S s we . i l 3 ' . sf? gf is Y., .. ,W we :Aifrf?Si2?f. lWa ' W is . In ll . . ' 1 is gif S ., ,riffs Hi s . , , 3, fi! u. N111 Y' m 2 an Ierome jucht Iulie Jung Ierilyn Langle Linda Leitheiser ophomores Hunted for Knowledge Thirty-one energetic sophomores embarked up- on their second year of high school with hopes of new and exciting events. This year found the sophomores dissecting frogs, worms, fish and displaying abilities in Driver's Education. The sophomore float showed their artistic ability by capturing first in the originality di- vision. Their humorous skit at coronation was a huge success. They have already achieved many honors. This class furnished three "B" cheerleaders during the past year. This sophomore class also excelled in many athletic activities such as football, basket- ball, and track. They supplied one member of the varsity team for the past two years. If one can use past performance as an indicator, this class should prove to be one of Emery High's greatest assets. Their abilities and achievements will determine what is in store for the sophomores in the next two years. O 'L 'Q These sophomores studied hard in their biology class under Mr. jones. Darlene Marquardt Helen McCormick Richard Mohr Amy Nolan Bill Olinger Vernon Osterloo Larry Plucker Wayne Schleich Kenneth Schulte Robert Schulte Tom Schulte Larry Schultz Robert Terveen Dan Wethor David Williams wi f -f. , Z J? .gf:5:z.:f,- 17 1 gains Q 'ff - ' n nr .fi ni yu, af X J K 1, 4 Q N s if "' ua in . .k . Q Q ' Q Z' ' r 2 i 1 . viii 1 is wt I 8 LV " A Em n 8 41 X 4 5 L 5 + ,m,,,,e2i? 223, 55 f u if fa f3l1:33l3?i25 xiii. ' , iw, F55 .. ,X ,A ,Ni L, X ig f as .wr A Q 4 NLUQQM Ek X is Eng I, , gs, ,Mm , -,. W y? Qi, X 7 gl wr ' ' fiilsflliii .,h2nQ5l.x. :dl 7,1--ix! ,. . .yggzsgkief 21 I' sflmfiiiiis . . 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Y mi gy 1 dggfgsgfgi 313424, -ln-ig 8 'lr QWK, Hx 1. f.w , ei, Lg 3, ,f . ., mil'5r H f . ,v :- x lhsxl q 1, P "Q-Qgf, ,.f" dg5QQfEQfZ,gwf A Wm W ,fl , ' - wily, s6eQeHm ,.:,,,k uf, rf f44Iv.fw.',w- cn ' ' l " Sl ifiiif-rf "i,Sg.:1z V 312- 5 -mf -' 5 if ,Y-5 -.1 ix W eiwmvsznw-' S ff-1. F .'- , james Kunkel iq .- i WM- Gerald Determan Eileen Fauth Gary Heitzman Wendall Hoffman Ruby Janssen Marcia johnston Sheliah Jung Teresa Iucht 4, y A J' L 5? Y , an K by WSPQEW T ggi, ,Q if 4 ' if , K am f 1 4 L? W I new y gf? I' p fig Arlen Langle Theresa Leithe iser I Nan McCormick Freshmen Advanced Their' Search for Knowledge In the fall of 1967, thirty-one freshman entered the halls of Emery High. Statistics show the girls outnumber the boys 21 to 10. This class displayed their originality in their hilarious skit which was presented at the Homecoming coro- nation. A great deal of talent was shown when they entered their first float in the originality division. Their musical ability proved to be their high- light. Many members of the class participated in instrumental ensembles, with some of them doing solo work. In addition to their musical talent, one of our "B" team cheerleaders came from this class. A number of the Freshman boys displayed their athletic ability by winning numerous events in basketball, track, and football. Freshman girls studied and practiced cooking, sewing, and other hornemaking skills in Home Economics class. Ramona Marquardt lane Olmgef .. ," - gf Lucy Osterloo gg X 11 ff v M X it LQ K' ' glff'g,'1sigit5"s X Q X .MXL X X Arlene Rose Irene Rose Charles Schulte Kathleen Schulte Mary Schulte Cheryl Schultz Charles Stern Dorothy Sweeney Nancy Weber 2, I ' gy Xw:,2','s if ,p ZX' 64 ,29 fm' lu ' K' X . fm Ruth Voss Ronald Weeldreyer MD' Wim! USU E Jeanne Winter WM 'fl' W' We Senior Lawerence Berg, PPAQ Boys P.E. Harvey Dannenbring, Boys Gleeg Chorusg Trackg Pootballg Basketballg I?PAg E Clubg Boys P.E. David Decker, Boys Gleeg Chorusg Trackg Bas- ketballg Footballg PPAg E Clubg Boys P.E.g Playsg Declam. Clarence Denke, Bandg Chorusg Boys Gleeg PFAQ Boys P.E.g Senior Play. Eldon Fauth, Footballg Trackg PPAQ E Clubg Class Officer. lames Pauthg Boys Gleeg Footballg Trackg PPAg E Clubg Boys P.E. Evan Pluth, Boys Gleeg Chorusg Basketballg PPAQ Boys P.E. loAnn Geppert, Bandg Chorusg Girls Gleeg Vocal Ensembleg PHAg Pep Clubg Girls P.E.g Class Officerg Annual Staffg Playsg Library Staff. Dale Grunewaldt, Bandg Boys Gleeg Basketballg Instrumental Ensembleg PFAQ Boys P.E. Darwin Hanssen, Chorusg Boys Gleeg Vocal En- sembleg All-State Chorusg Basketballg Foot- ballg Trackg E Clubg Homecoming Attendant. loyce Hanssen, Chorusg Girls Gleeg PHAg Pep Clubg Girls P.E.5 Class Officerg Student Councilg Cheerleaderg Majoretteg Homecoming Queeng Playsg Library Staffg Declam. Gloria Hill, Girls Gleeg PHAQ Pep Clubg Girls P.E.g Paper Staffg Playsg Declam. Richard Hillard Bandg Chorusg Boys Gleeg Vocal Ensembleg Vocal Solog Instrumental Ensembleg All-State Chorusg Basketballg Pootballg Trackg E Clubg Annual Staffg Plays. Royce Huber, Chorusg Boys Gleeg Pootballg Trackg PFAg E Clubg Boys Gleeg Student Coun- cilg Homecoming Attendantg Senior Play. lohn lanssen, Basketballg Footballg Trackg E Clubg Class Officerg Boys Staterg Student Councilg Paper Staffg Homecoming Kingg Plays. ludy lanssen, Bandg Chorusg Girls Gleeg Vocal Ensembleg Vocal Solog Instrumental Ensembleg FHAg Pep Clubg Girls P.E.g Declam. Kathy Krier, Chorusg Girls Gleeg PHAg Pep Clubg Girls P.E.g Class Officerg Annual Staffg junior Playg Library Staffg Declam. Peggy Langper, Chorusg Girls Gleeg PHAQ Pep Clubg Girls P.E.g Junior Playg Library Staffg Declam. Agnes Leitheiser, Bandg Chorusg Girls Gleeg Accornpanistg Instrumental Ensembleg Instru- mental Solog FHAQ Pep Clubg Student Councilg junior Playg Declamg Girls P.E.g Betty Crocker Directory Awardg DAR5 Salutatorian. Carol Mayer, Bandg Chorusg Girls Gleeg Vocal Ensembleg Instrumental Ensemble g Instrumental Solog All-State Chorusg PHA3 Pep Clubg Class Officerg Student Councilg Cheerleaderg Annual Staffg Homecoming Attendantg Playsg Library Staffg Girls P.E. Alyce McCormick, Bandg Chorusg Girls Gleeg Instrumental Ensembleg FHAg Pep Clubg Class Officerg Cheerleaderg Homecoming Attendantg Senior Playg Girls P.E. Danny Olinger, Chorusg Boys Gleeg Vocal En- sembleg FFAQ Class Officerg Student Councilg Senior Playg Boys P.E. Dale Richter, Basketballg Footballg PPAQ "E" Clubg jumior Playg Boys P.E. Allen Rose, Footballg PIE'Ag "E" Clubg Boys P.E.g Senior Play. Gregory Roskens, Bandg Chorusg Boys Gleeg In- strumental Ensembleg Instrumental Solog Bas- ketballg Footballg FPAg "E" Clubg Paper Staff. lerry Roskens, Boys Gleeg Basketballg PFAg Boys P.E. Marlean Schamber, Bandg Chorusg Girls Gleeg Instrumental Ensembleg PHAQ Pep Clubg Annual Staffg Senior Playg Library Staffg Declamg Girls P.E.g Girls State Alternate. Li.nda Schleich, Chorusg Girls Gleeg FHAg Pep Clubg Girls P.E. Eileen Schulte Chorusg Girls Gleeg PHAg Pep Clubg Playsg Library Staffg Declamg Girls P.E.5 Girls Stater. lolene Schultz, Chorusg Girls Gleeg PHAQ Pep Clubg Cheerleaderg Library Staffg Declamg Girls P.E . Nancy Semmler, Chorusg Girls Gleeg PHAg Pep Clubg Girls P.E. Mary Stoltz, Bandg Chorusg Girls Gleeg Vocal Ensembleg Vocal Solog All-State Chorusg FHAg Pep Clubg Playsg Girls P.E. Sidney Wahl, Bandg Boys Gleeg Basketballg Foot- ballg PFA5 "E"Clubg Boys P.E. Marna Weeldreyer, Bandg Chorusg Girls Gleeg PHAg Pep Clubg Library Staffg Girls P.E. Anneliese Weidner, Chorusg Girls Gleeg Vocal Solog Vocal Ensembleg Pep Clubg PlaysgDeclamg Girls P.E. Wayne Werning, Chorusg Boys Gleeg Basketballg Trackg PFAg "E" Clubg Class Officerg Declarng Paper Editorg Valedictorian. ACTIVITIES 4557K x VW .ff Q9 , Qiff-VR f vw .f j 'K L , l ' , X X if Nfa NVXD J Wg! .,,-4" -f'k N F1 ueen Joyce and King John Reigned over Eagle Days The excitement of the 1968 Homecoming came to a thrilling climax on Friday, September 29. On Monday and Tuesday night the student body worked on their class floats. Richard Mayer was master of ceremonies for Coronation held on Thursday night. Each class presented a comedy skit which help fill the eveni.ng with fun, frolic, and a million laughs -- not to mention the bonfire and pep rally. Queen Joyce and King john were crowned the 1968 royalty by last year's king, Bruce Huber. Attendants were Carol Mayer, Royce Huber, Alyce McCormick, and Darwin Hanssen. A beautiful parade was held on Friday afternoon. On Friday night the Eagles captured a conference game over Montrose 33-32. A social followed this victory which help to make the 1968 Homecoming a success. The 1968 royalty from left to right: Alyce McCormick, Carol Mayer, joyce Hanssen, john Janssen, Royce Huber Darwin Hanssen. br P R " ,. . W' if T 5 -A K . 7 i .1915 ' 'H M-.., "Throne of Glory"was the title of the seniors float. The jL11'1iOI'S WOY1 fIil'St place il1 the beauty' division Highlighting the float was the eagle which was an On their float, "Irish Luck to Eagles. " exact size replica of a golden eagle. The royalty, in their shining convertible, led the homecoming parade . The sophomores, with their guillotine, captured first place in the originality division with their "Montrose Your End Is Near" was the theme the theme, "Cut 'em Up." freshmen chose for their first float. Athletic Club The E-Club was made up of 31 mem- bers, all of whom must have lettered in a school sponsored sport. The members were active in the homecoming parade and other activities. Dale Richter was president of the group. Other officers were Jim Fauth, Vice -Pres., Eldon Fauth, Treasurer, and Allen Rose, Secretary. This year fifty-eight enthusiastic members made up Emery's prize cheer- ing Pep Club. The pep club proved their loyal support by purchasing buttons and sweatshirts with emblems. Officers included: President, Joyce Hansseng V-Pres. , Alyce McCormick, JoAnn Gep- ' pert, Secretary-Treasurer. The members of the 'E' Club were as follows: fleft to rightj B. Sweeney, D. Werning, A. Rose, C. Bartel, D. Hanssen, W. Werning, D. Decker, R. Determan, H. Dannebring, T. Janssen, J. Janssen, R. Hillard, J. Jucht, L. Plucker, N. Ernster, R. Olinger, V. Determan, and R. Mayer. Forming the 'E' fleft to rightj are: C. Klock, Coach Donald Bagley, Coach Rodney L. Jones, R. Huber, D. Williams, R. Schulte, G. Roskens, R. Terveen, G. Ernster, and P. Grondorf. EHS Pep Club cheered the Eagles on to victory. '2 ig l Q we . . Q. V , ., , Y visits at ixiwgiimk' 1 . . ,il ,mx - E ' n I siiigi' Q A A rx if '75 Z G ' 3 . A . Si. 5' if f G-'M' ,- .M 2 ' I fag. Q. L2 .fs--, ww", iw-1 . .1 in 1 1 ,, . . .. , ,,, ,,, , ., n , . , V, i 5 5 ww I ii' i ff , lg 1 ... Y ' 'A' I 1 'ef .- ,Q " if ' C' ' J " Q I J W., 4 ,.t. gg . , -1 ,. . . ' . K " r Yf' ' ' if , .5 i'zt'3.!' . f., ' . 2' 1 " ' - " -is . 1 ,. ' ' 4- . . G, ' 'f .. fy N - .1 - f" 'i, kfvvtf, "' V, .. . l... if, . F, z. Q, Mig w M 63 I nitiated School pirit Behind the Emery Eagles, all the way, these cheerleaders provided the noise and moral support needed for a very successful season. Their enthusiastic spirit inspired the pep club and other fans to really "yell" for the team. These young ladies proved their loyalty time, and time again with their leadership, friendliness, and high spirit. They put in many long hours preparing cheers for the games. Their efforts were not i.n vain as they did a very fine job i.n representing Emery in all the athletic activities. Besides cheering, the girls had other jobs such as preparing signs for the school as- sembly and auditorium. They also helped and guided the pep club members. They de- serve and have earned a "well done. " Eileen Pauth, julie jung, Diane Huber, and Helen McCormick sparked the "B" team to victory. Moral support was supplied by the "A" cheerleaders. Standing are Joyce Hanssen and Jolene Schultz and kneeling are Carol Mayer and Joy Krier. Effort Paid Dividends 'SH' wr-if The paper staff, under the supervision of Miss Shirley Harrington, worked en- ergetically each week to put forth the voice of Emery High School, "The Wheel. " The students did their share of work by ' writing various feature stories and ' editorials. This year, journalism was offered for the first time as a specific class. The class studied journalism, and edited the Emery Wheel. This was the first year that journalism was included as a regular part of the school curriculum. On October 7, the Emery Wheel editors attended the South Dakota High School Press Association Convention in Brook- ings. This group of editors enjoyed their outing and went home with many ideas for improving the school paper. Each week these ten students worked hard to write the material that went into the fine school paper published this past year. Co-editors Wayne Werning and Gloria Hill fbe- sides writing articlesj also proofread each article before it was published in the paper. Extra Duty Produced Treasure These seven students made up the journalism class and edited "The Wheel. " We These eight students worked many hours to produce this fine annual. Eagle Staff Recorded '68 Memories The eight members of the 1967-1968 annual staff worked diligently to produce another yearbook full of many memories. Every Tuesday and Thursday after- noon was spent writing and rewriting. A great deal of labor and midnight oil was spent to make this annual what it is today. Even though it was hard work, it was a rewarding experience. Late in the third nine- weeks, subscriptions were sold to the student body. Mr. Smith, the annual staff advisor, offered advice and help wherever it was needed. Each picture and phrase was carefully chosen to point up memories and highlights of the past school year. These staff members glance over some material for the 1968 annual. Librarians Made Treasures Available The Emery High School library was staffed with thirteen competent students. Sophomore, junior, and senior girls made up the staff. They gave a great deal of their time and effort to make the library an efficient place to study. Many new books were added this year. The bi- ography section was increased by the addition of many new volumes. A new Periodical Series was added too. Many magazines were bound again this They Spoke or Us After several weeks, of dedicated practice, the local declamation contest was held on October 26, 1967 in the study hall of E.H.S. The contest was judged by Kenneth Huggins of Dakota Wesleyan Uni- year completing many of the volumes. This year numerous audiovisual aids were pur- chased for use in the high school. A new feature was added to the library this year in the form of a guidance file. A shiny, new magazine file was added this year. It held twenty-seven magazines that were on our subscription list. Even though only four of these students took first-place honors at the local contest, everyone's dramatic ability was demonstrated. versity. The winners who represented Emery at the district contest were: Carol Determan, Dramatic, julie Jung, Humor- ousg Wayne Werning, Oratoryg and Clinton Langle, Poetry. This group was coached by Mr. Smith. The Future Leaders 0 America Mrs. Barbara Hart, advisor of the Future Homemakers of America, guided fifty-six am- bitious members in a very active year. Some highlights of the year were the style show, water- melon feed, and the Christmas party. Officers for 1967-1968 were: Pres.-Marna Weeldreyer, V-Pres. -Carol Mayer, Sec. -Lavonne Voss, Treas.-Carolyn Roskens, Rep.-Marjean Scharnber, His. -Karen Wethor, Par. -Helen Mc- Cormick, Song leader-Sandra johnson. The Future Farmers of America was advised by Mr. john Begeman. This group held monthly meetings and sponsored many social activities such as the hayride for the FHA. They raised money for their organization by selling fence insulators and fruit. FFA officers were: Pres.-Royce Huber, V- Pres. -Eldon Fauth, Sec. -Danny Olinger, Treas. - Sidney Wahl, Rep. -Greg Roskins, Sentinel-Nick Ernester. These slick chicks, Sandy johnson and Vicky Heitzman, are getting ready for their "fat cats. " "Let's get together on this!" Gene Ernster relates this sad tale of woe to his pals, Dale Werning and Clyde Bartel. Juniors Presented 66L0ve Is Too Much Trouble" On November 2 and 3 the junior class presented their first class play entitled, "Love Is Too Much Trouble. " The scene of the play took place in a college eating place, known as the Poison Pot. It was located just off the campus of Ivy Gate College. The time is spring, shortly before the Junior Prom. Pinky Hamilton fGene Ernsterj, big time operator, upset everyone by his con- stant nagging for money for the Prom. He makes the Poison Pot the headquarters for his schemes. This upset the owner Toasty fCarolyn Roskensj and finally resulted i.n the closing of the Poison Pot. The play ended hilariously, proving the theme that "Love Is Too Much Trouble. " "Well done" to the members of the cast and to their able director Miss Harrington. A fine performance was given by these juniors. They are from fleft to rightj BACK ROW: G. Ernster, C. Bartel, C. Langle, B. Terveen, D. Werning. MIDDLE ROW: L. Voss, C. Roskens, I. Iucht, P. Hanssen, I. Winter, C. Leit- heiser. FRONT ROW: J. Krier, B. Arned, I. Krier, K. Wethor, S. johnson, and V. Heitzrnan. 66See0nd hildhoodv Was Presented by Senior Class The senior class presented the play entitled "Second Childhood" on the nights of April 4 and 5. Complications arose when the General Uohn Ianssenj proposed to Sylvia fMary Stoltzj. When Sylvia refused the General, he be- came desperate enough to consider taking the professor's fWayne Werningj potent elixor. An empty bottle of elixor, and a baby, convince the professor and Phil Stanton fRick Hillardj that the Gen- eral has taken the magic formula. More laughs and further confusion arose when the second bottle of elixor and a blond baby girl is found. The professor and Phil are sure they have "had it" when they are visited by the local law force, Dave Decker and Dan Olinger. When everyone appeared in the room at the same time the result was a hilarious uproar, but the professor was saddened by the truth that his elixor hadn't worked and he would have to start all over with his experiment. "Say Doc, we can't raise our children in this atmosphere!" "Oh Auntie, what am I going to do!" The Cast SEATED fleft to rightj: G. Hill, A. Weidner, and R. Huber STANDING: D. Olinger, C. Mayer, I. Geppert, R. Hillard, W. Werning, M. Schamber, D. Decker, M. Stolz, and I. Janssen. ,:sfis2+5f,fS 1. 1 .5,g,g2iff,E,,i,smf I .zfgii-,1 , J' Qit1lf'flf'9ii?Eii!53,143iSi'?'f55li5e5Q-5 -Qfliili '6i1155'f5.,.g1f 'if W ' f 'gpm ,sz hw, Cold Day Failed to Dampen Picnic Spirit On May 17 the student body of Emery High traveled to Wall Lake for the annual day of relaxation and fun. Two buses and three cars were filled with excited students. The day was cold, and the wind was strong so the students spent the day inside roller skating and playing the pin-ball machines. About 12:00 o'clock noon, the stu- dents gathered around picnic tables to enjoy a hearty dinner. It con- sisted of barbecues, beans, potato chips, cookies, and orange juice. After an eventful day, the group loaded into the buses at about 1:30 p.rn. The day was enjoyed by both the students and teachers. .sw Hungry students gathered at the picnic tables to gobble up their dinner. "Boy Wayne, you really look famished!" "Terry, are you behaving yourself?" Loads of laughter accompanied the dinner. is Seniors Played Hooley for Two Days or 4 '-5 "Does the hat fit, Fud ?" Field Trips Were Exciting On February 2 the Senior class traveled to Pierre to obtain a first-hand vi.ew of the Senate and House in action. The morning was spent touring the capitol building and the museum. In the afternoon, the class ob- served the Senate and House of Representa- tives in action. At 7:00 Friday morning, May 10, the sen- iors left for their skip day to Lake Okoboji. The ideal weather enabled the seniors to en- joy the rides and take a cruise of the lake on the S.S. Empress. Many of them acquired a few bruises from the "barrel, " the "bowl, " and the "slide, " in the fun house. Late in the afternoon, they started back for Sioux Falls where they stopped for supper. After a tiring, but fun-filled day they returned home at about 8:30. HAI en't they ever going to come ?' "This is true, Greg, this is true. " "Eat hardy, Mr. Tschetter. " ,lumor - Senwr Banquet Was Huge Success On May 3, the junior-Senior Banquet was held at Chef Louie's Steak House in Mitch- ell at 7:00 p.m. The banquet room was decorated beautifully to the theme, "Sing- ing in the Rain." A delicious meal of ham, mashed pota- toes, peas, biscuits, salad, juice, and cof- fee was served. The meal ended with ice cream sundaes. Clyde Bartel served as Master of Cere- monies. Vicky Heitzman read the will, and Karen Wethor read the prophecy. Mary Kay Stoltz, Wayne Werning, and Rick Hillard entertained the students and faculty mem- bers with a song, "Cruel War. " A hilarious speech about events that happened during the school year was given by Mr. Tschetter. The evening ended with a short message by Mr. Thomas. . iw... , uf Big operators devoured ham dinner with gusto. 'V -52? P190 ,uma john are you enjoying your coffee'7 juniors talked about a job well done 9 his fi, SQ fi Suiting up for the big event. "C0nS1'atu1ati0Y15" Old Pal! ' Graduation Da This was the day they gave diplomas away. Seniors feel mixed emotions as they await graduation exercises -- everyone a treasure within themselves. The long awaited march. It was a great experience. i Q Agnes Leitheiser was granted D.A.R. and the Betty Crocker award. tudents Awarded for Every schoolhas outstanding students who will be future leaders. Emery also has its share. These students are the ones who display cooper- ation and determination in everything they under- take. Their willingness to give of their time and talents to help their teachers and fellow Girl and Boy Stater's for this year were Carolyn Roskins and Richard Mayer. Students ranking highest in their classes were Kathy Schulte - Freshman, Helen McCormick and Amy Nolan - Sophomore, Joyce jucht -junior, Wayne Werning - Senior Their Achievements students were virtues exhibited by these honor students. Of course, all honor students must have outstanding scholastic ability, and these were no exception. Complaints about work that had to be done were never heard from this out- standing group. Valedictorian and Salutatorian honors were earned by Wayne Werning and Agnes Leitheiser SPUR TS WKXCW Q Q Qqffgf I Q? NM fp can ifjixv fix w WL f 4- VSJ' M X A M' 5 f xx X ikvymq Q Eagles Captured Third in Con erence BACK ROW Qleft to rightjz R. Huber, A. Rose, R. Determan, I. Deterrnan, H. Dannenbring, T. Janssen, D. Decker, 1. Janssen, L. Plucker, C. Klock, D. Werning, R. Hillard, Coach R. jones, and Coach D. Bagley. MIDDLE ROW: G. Ernster, E. Pauth, D. Determan, N. Ernster, S. Wahl, V. Determan, W. Hoffman, G. Roskens, R. Olinger, and I. Fauth. FRONT ROW: C. Bartel, R. Terveen, R. Schulte, R. Mohr, A. Decker, B. Sweeney, R. Richter, and R. Mayer . .I. Schultz, I. Hanssen, I. Krier, and C. Mayer were known for 38 their pep, zest, and enthusiasm. These senior boys served as the captains of this years EHS football team. 4 , Q FE? -V l ..,, , .. ii 1 L i fi if f ' gg 1 Richard Mayer, john Janssen, and Clyde Bartel were chosen by the Cornbelt conference teams as All-Conference football se- lections. john Janssen was also selected to the All-State first team. Gridders Completed Tough Season Donald Bagley coached the Emery Eagles to a successful season by capturing second place in the Cornbelt Conference. On September 29, the Eagles again proved suc- cessful in winning their homecoming game by defeating Montrose 33-31. The Eagles were led throughout the sea- son by ten senior standouts: Royce Huber, jim Fauth, Harvey Dannenbring, john jans- sen, Dave Decker, Allen Rose, Rick Hillard, Greg Roskens, Sidney Wahl, and Eldon Fauth The highlight of the season was defeating our arch rival Alexandria. The Eagles Cap- tured a very decisive 24-0 victory and fin- ished the season with a record of six wins and two losses. For the season, the Eagles scored 228 points to their oppon- ents' 122 points. 9 Under the command of "hit 'em like you mean it", the S S S 'R Eagles- go through a tough workout. Many hours of hard work like this gave the Eagles their fine record. ' l , L 3 f a TEAM NLE TQELY Plankinton 2 1 5 Freeman 2 5 0 1 , Marion 42 13 Montrose 33 3 1 Salem 7 19 Bridgewater l 33 47 Canistota 43 5 Alexandria 24 0 LEFT TO RIGHT: I. jucht, R. Fluth, I. Determan, R. Determan, V. Osterloo, R. Terveen, D. Determan, L. Shultz, A. Decker, W. Hoffman, R. Weeldryer, P. Grondorf, and Coach Don Bagley. Coach Bagley Lead hargers to 15-1 Record Coaches admire newly purchased uniforms. The "B" basketball team, under the guidance of Coach Bagley, finished the season with a 15-1 record. The team was composed of six freshmen and six sophomores. Starters for the team were Jerome jucht, Rodney Pluth, Bob Terveen, Ronald Determan, and with Vernon Oster- loo and Larry Schultz sharing the fifth spot. With their great determination, these boys showed that they have the potential to become the future competitors to be reckoned with in the Cornbelt Conference. Eagles Achieve Their Five Set Goals I .gud 2,-,Mx BACK ROW: G. Ernster and D. Williams, Managers, N. Ernster, D. Decker, T. Janssen, J. Janssen, R. Hillard, G. Roskens, R. Olinger, V. Determan, and Coach Rodney L. Jones. FRONT ROW: D. Hanssen, R. Mayer, and C. Bartel. NOT PICTURED: R. Richter. P. Grondorf and D. Williams performed the be- hind the scene chores i.n the athletic department. The Eagles, setting out to reach their five most im- portant goals, piled up a 22-5 record. They set their sights to play one game at a time, win the Cornbelt Conference, wi.n District 22, win Region 6 crown, and play in the State "B" tournament. All this they did! In winging their way to the conference title, they won 7 games with no losses. Hard work, perspiration, de- termination, and team work brought back memories to the Emery people about the 1950 season when the Eagles won the State "B" tournament. Jo1'm Janssen, the Eagles' 6'6" center, repeated as an All-State basketball selection this year on the first team. He led the Eagles in scoring with a 26. 1 average per game. "Big John" also averaged 17 rebounds per game, an outstanding achievement in any league. Emerv Defeafs Plankinfon For Region VI Crown 6 'b DG 033106 GQ 464 0 6069 Gr, bbs Q . XQQSAQ' 0' CS 29 ,xo 450 Q-G xy 625 ' x 8 wxgo' 0, .x I Q69 N' 0095 6,095 '56 , I QA X9 00 fo 0 6 fb ' '20, QQc,09O Q16 QXQ Emery Posfs Win In Nighfcap Eagles Recaptured District 22 Crown The cheerleaders enjoy a delicious meal after an exciting tournament. The Emery Eagles again reigned as the District 22 champs as they overcame the Ethan Rustlers in semi- final action, and overthrew the Notre Dame Comets in the championship round. Ethan proved to be the team to beat as the Eagles had to battle them to a 58-56 deficit. The championship game with Notre Dame proved to be an interesting match as the Eagles downed the hard-fighting Comets by a score of 80-57. ome on john, you can jump higher than that!" Rich, you're supposed to stand up when you play!" We earned our victory hoop! Eagles Won Regiong Earned Berth in State CC-B99 Remembering the region tourney of a year ago, the Emery Eagles under their mentor Mr. jones, entered the tournament with one idea in mind, to take home the first place trophy. Enroute to their goal, the Eagles encountered the Murdo Coyotes and the Plankington Pirates. In the semi final round, the Eagles subdued Murdo by a score of 61 to 53. The Eagles achieved a place in the finals a year ago, but they missed the State "B" tourney by two points. This year they were deter- mined not to let this happen again. The teams took the floor, and when the final buzzer sounded - Emery had a 71 to 63 edge, and a State "B" tournament berth. Terry Janssen attempts a two pointer at a crucial point in the game. f . we ,Q ., , krri :I "This is a basketball" as explained to the first five by Coach "Higher, higher, jump, jump, jump, " were JONES- the words spoken by an Emery lad. Eagles Placed High in State WB" Tournament The Eagles achieved the goal sought by all B. B. teams by earning a birth in the State "B" tournament at Sioux Falls. Although their goal was for the number one place, the Eagles captured the fourth position. Enroute to this position they had to battle some of the finest teams in the state, including Britton, Parker, and Onida. The Eagles defeated a well-balanced Britton ball club by a 70-64 score. The second game brought the Eagles against the number one ranked team in the State, the Parker Pheasants -- we lost by a 62 to S8 score. In the third game, Onida upset the Eagles in a hard-fought contest by a score of 75 to 69. Needless to say, the student body of Emery High School and the citizens of Emery were proud of the skill and sportsman- ship displayed by this fine ball club. "Block that shot, john. " , 33, of N' it 'K 5, if "Keep your eyes on the ball, Darwin. " "That ball, that ball, we want that ball. " ...,l..i 4 3 A . ' 1. ., 1 Jani. . he . 1111 . is " ff' F1 7 ' ' , l RQ J-'issalzz' '1 ,Z 5' s...,'gP3 -.a ,::a:s"..-ski. ta... , ' La .gigs .. , 1 , . .,, ,,,.., ,fy ..... ,,., , ,Q , ..,. -. , Conference schools attended Cornbelt Conference track meet 1-I1 ff igiflg ., ., 553 li - -: large numbers - "H .slim l Distance run- ner Dave Decker an- chored the Spri.ng Med- ley well. "Big john" a record breaking hurdler . Cinder burning Bob Sweeney handed the baton to anchor Dave Decker in Sprint Medley. Treasures Taken The Emery High Eagle thinclads finished their season with a very im- pressive record. They placed second i.n the Madison relays, won the con- ference and regional meets, and took twelve men to the State track meet. From the Madison meet, the sprint-medley team brought home a special traveling, Elks trophy. Several meet and school records were broken by the tracksters this year. The 880 yard relay team erased the old Region VI record by sprinting a jim Pauth, Royce Huber, Harvey Dan- nenbring, and Virgil Determan burned the cinders i.n the Region VI meet in a 3:37. 8 time. This was a new school record. This "fearsome foursome" ran the freshman 440 relay. They are Alvin Decker, Wendall Hoffman, Dale Deter- man, and Ron Weeldryer. Dave Decker puts "everything" into ' a strong finish. Man Meets e fa.- gfif 'Q -5 .1 3:1 , 1 ' il arg- gg- .i f f 5' iff' 1- ,iff QW : A 'I-qi P - Q ,S ,y-.Q I "..'f?--- . ,7 is 1 Ji iff-,K 1 , J . g,i'.3,l - 3' ., .f . . .f , QVJQX "J, ,lg 2,514 gh. 15,-xl ' z L, ...W I '2 ' ' af5xfP'l'X- 2s 'P 5755 iw 'E h ' is ,,,, i J .ali WM .. - ':"Z . . I 4' . .1 ' ' '. ' i i. rs "'W'i'ff"i 5 5' My -' 'mg ,4 53 5' X V 4' -'.fii5'?ffSe- -if .. d3s1j55.'3f?! ,.... -vi sf". 1 5-. -: " Y, ' g7'ffL ,, " "1,'gg52.m. ' " " . 5 . 'F-f"Eim"':-52 ' .. "4r2:f.Z...fM4-f:?"' , "1 .?f1"::2'IZI"iy..i-4 , - " . ...,,,:1j"!:,.,5.E'M'k 1' M . X. H . H5 ' 4 fig' bfi.: These 880 yard distance men ran a good race. 1:35. O run in that event. The mile relay team demolished the old school record by running a 3:37. 8 in the regional meet. John Janssen was clocked at 16. 2 in the high hurdles to break the old school record. The track team did a fine job in displaying the school colors during the season. They were out to wi.n, fand win they didj -- more treasures for the "Eagles. " Anchor man Virgil Determen finished the record breaking mile relay . Bob Sweeney, Royce Huber, Dale Werning, and Eldon Rauth composed the 880 yard relay team. This foursome broke the Region VI record i.n 1:35.0. 1 Jim Fauth another wi.nner . Good starts constitute good races. Here, John Janssen gets ready for hard run in the high hurdles. trong Bodies Added to School Treasur Each and every Tuesday and Thursday, 15 boys worked to stay physically fit. During the winter months they played basketball and wrestled. In the spring, their ti.me was consumed by playing soft- ball and volleyball. All boys not taking part i.n football, basketball, or track were required to par- ticipate i.n the school's physical education program. Their supervisor was Mr. jones. All of the boys accepted the challenge and worked hard to achieve a degree of physical fitness prescribed by the course. LEFT ROW ffront to backj: I. Glanzer, T. Schulte, W, Schleigh, D. Bahmuller, L. Plucker. MIDDLE ROW: C. Schulte, A. Langle, D. Wethor, D. Edzards, B. Schulte, Mr. jones. RIGHT ROW: I. Kunkel, C. Stern, D. Mohr, B. Olinger, K. Schulte. These boys engage in a game of basket- ball during one of their phys. ed. classes MUSIC N U .5 66 4 go X a k I! ffbjj X an Xw' QQ x V X XSHJ A ff X J Q X W f Y I C ,-ff E 'veg "' 'M 4 3 ifyfm wk N JJ Vw .1 1, ' K X Q g' ' J up-8 if ' .gf Majorettes Sparked Marching Band. These five young girls were the pride of the Emery Band. Standing in front are joy and julie Krier. Standing second in row are Karen Wethor, Diane Huber, and joyce Hanssen who completed the quintet. Orlando Hofer, Clyde Bartel, and Daniel Edzards composed the trombone trio who received a "I" rating at contest in Madison. a Band Awarded Troph 1 The 1967-68 Band boasted of being the largest band in the history of the school. Sixty-three devoted musicians made up the band this year. They were under the able direction of Mr. Crouse. Sandy johnson, Linda Leitheiser, and Orlando Hofer were the only instru- mental soloists to place first in the annual music contest at Madison. Orlando Hofer was chosen to represent Emery High School at All-State Band in Huron. Among the years many marching en- gagements were Dakota Wesleyan's and General Beadle's Homecoming, Marion's Homecoming parade, and or Marching Per ormance Emery's Homecoming parade. They also per- formed during activities at Emery's Home- coming game with Montrose. The Band re- ceived second place in the Class "B" division at the Dakota Wesleyan Homecoming parade and was rewarded with a trophy. Home appearances included a fall and spring concert. The band also participated in the Corn-Belt festival at Freeman with Dr. War- ren Hatfield directing. The band came home with a "two" rating in sight -reading, and also a "two" rating in their contest selections which were "Palo1'nar' and "Polyphonic Suite. " The band and Mr. Crouse were proud of their successful year and have great hopes for years to come. The flute trio which received a "I" rating at the small group regional contest consisted of Linda Leitheiser, Carol Mayer, and Carolyn Roskens. NM Linda and Agnes Leitheiser accom- panied the vocal and instrumental groups. D. Hanssen, C. Mayer, M. Stoltz, and R. Hillard were chosen to represent Emery High School as All- State Chorus members at Huron on November 11, 1967. Mixed Chorus Received a Superior These students spent many long hours rehearsing the music which they presented at various functions. "P . Earn 1 n inf x g"','1 sf-W L This Madrigal Group, comprised of sixteen people, received a II rating at the contest at Madison. Rating at ontest Mr. Stuart Crouse directed the mixed choir. It was composed of sixty members. This chorus completed a very successful year by receiving a superior rating at the Regional VI contest held at Madison on April 6. Their winning numbers were "Sine Domi.ne" and "Song of Praise. " This large group practiced diligently every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. They gave a Christmas concert on Decem- ber 18, and a Spring Concert on May 14. They also participated in the Corn Belt Conference Concert which was held on March 15 at Emery. Participating mem- bers felt proud of their award-winning year. ' Gir1's Ensemble and Boy's Ensemble due to their outstanding work also received a II rating at contest. rm 1 pm - all Ag .L .. These talented girls spent many hours preparing for the spring and fall concerts. Glee Clubs Brightened E.H. . Halls ' Melodies with Fifty-eight girls participated in the Girl's Glee Club this year. Their practice sessions held every Monday and Wednesday afternoons were spent rehearsing for contest and the spring and winter concerts. For the regional contest these girls sang "Prayer of the Norwegian Child" and "Blessing and Glory". They received a "II" rating for their efforts. The Boy's Glee Club consisted of 41 boys who received a "I" rating at the regional contest at Madison. They sang "Let There be Music" and "So's I Can Write My Name". They also sang in the two vocal concerts. Their practice ses- sions were held every Tuesday and Thursday morning. Many of the strong-voiced seniors will be missed next year. These forty-one boys practiced every Tuesday and Thursday morning under the direction of Mr. Crouse. gi Q V P 'l l 'Y n i D4 Q GRADES X if , sf-A GN G94 K Y-'N A "v 9f I 4.1 an ,yu ., ' Pvgrvlx Q vu. BACK ROW: Mr. E. Pullman, D. Marquardt, R. Weber, K. Lehr, S. Klock, R. Hanssen, S. Browen, M. Lienemann, C. Semmler, and C. Hanssen. FRONT ROW: This year brought a change for the eighth graders as the twenty-member class had a room to themselves. Besides supplying leading characters for the operetta, the nine boys were on the 'A' squad of the grade basketball team. Guided by their teacher, Mr. Pullrnan, the students explored the wonders of science. They received a new science table which included all the necessary equipment for the experiments. To add to their successful year, two members were delegated to attend the K. wem, 1. Voss, B. meth, 1. meth, M. Sweeney, D. Pudwm, D. Winkel, J. County Spelling Contest- Rob- Thomas, P. Osterloo, B. Plucker. NOT PICTURED: I. Dannenbring. ert Weber, one of the dele- gates, placed in the contest. Seventh and Eighth Were in i Separate Rooms This Year During the year the seventh graders partici- pated in many events which made their year en- joyable. They contributed to the attractiveness of the grade school hall by decorating the bulletin board several times. For one of their spe- cial assignments they made a display table with articles of interest from France and Germany. These students also participated in the dis- trict spelling contest with Murial Terveen and Beth Bleeker attending. BACK ROW: I. Browen, B. Bleeker, D. Terveen, D. Bartel, M. Werning, W. Hoffman, M. Terveen, S. Weeldryer, P. Doorn. FRONT ROW: I. Browen, J. Schultz, E. Hofer, B. Hanssen, T. Tornow, T. Hanssen. Teacher, Mrs. H. Hanssen. .AGAMQ BACK ROW: L. Huber, E. Oltoff, I. Hanssen, L. Schultz, S. Pluth, M. Lubbers, N. Walff, H. Bleeker, M. jucht, T. Heitzman, M. Schroeder. MIDDLE ROW: D. Roskens, E. Braden, E. Glanzer, P. Swyter, A. Swyter, C. Marquadt, C. Bah- muller, R. Hanssen, B. Winkel. FRONT ROW: D. Hanssen, G. Thomas, J. Ter- veen, D. Osterloo, P. Buehler, T. Thomas. Teacher, Mrs. Ottosen. NOT PIC- TURED: R. Williams, G. Lienemann, S. Lienemann, T. Buehler. Fifth and ixth a Jolly Group The fifth and sixth graders spent another profitable year in Emery Grade School. Education- al television supplied the class with many enjoyable and educational hours. Harry Bleeker and joyce Terveen were selected from the sixth grade and Laurie Huber and Della Osterloo were selected from the fifth grade to represent Emery at the district spelling contest. Third and Fourth Grades This year was another busy year for the third and fourth graders. Early in the fall they made a float for the homecoming parade Another highlight for them was participating in the operetta which the grade school presented. In addition to their regular artwork, they also made Christmas presents for their parents. Some of their special daily assignments included writing japanese poetry, doing science experiments, and writing letters to a former classmate. Recall Happ Times BACK ROW: I. Pluth, D. Decker, P. Mock, G. Werning, D. Determan, D. Burck- hardt, T. Wolff, C. Lubbers, D. Janssen, M. Terveen. MIDDLE ROW: M. Ed- zards, C. Heitzman, R. Pudwill, R. Weber, E. Schrader, L. Terveen, G. Thomas, T. Iuhnke. FRONT ROW: D. Marquardt, K. Iuhnke, C. Schnabel, C. Swyter, K. Harberts, C. Wahl, S. Osterloo, L. Glanzer, Mrs. Ottosen. NOT PICTURED: G. Hanssen. f 5 A , A E5 , ,- BACK ROW: S. Harberts, R. Terveen, G. Hanssen, E. Wolff, T. Plucker, B. Burckhardt, K. Schnabel, S. Bahmuller, I. Decker, D. Werning. MIDDLE ROW: K. Wi.nkle, D. Decker, D. Schnabel, K. Iuhnke, D. Hanssen, L. Doorn, T. Thomas, I. Osterloo, 1. Decker. FRONT ROW: W. johnson, D. Langner, S. Weeldreyer, Ioan Osterloo, B. juhnke. NOT PICTURED: V. Schrader. Teacher, Mrs. Hummel. Kindergarten Began Long Trek to Higher Education Mrs. Larry Bender initiated the desire for knowledge in these kin- dergarten pupils. This energetic group con- sisted of ten boys and five girls. Their school day started at 9:00 a.m. and continued Lmtil 11:00 a.m. During this time they learned the funda- mentals of reading, writing, and working to- gether as a group. Their day was not work as they also participated in many games. When asked what they liked best about kindergarten, they replied, "Everything ! " First and Second Grades Relished Busy Year The year of '68 will be remembered by grades one and two -- three big events highlighted their activities. The first was pre- paring and entering a float in the Homecoming Parade. Their hard work on the float paid off as they walked off with second prize. The second big event was taking the part of the snowflakes in the grade operetta which was pre- sented in the fall. The class traveled to Mitch- ell and spent an enjoy- able day at the Shrine Circus -- not to mention a class picnic at Hitch- cock Park. BACK ROW: K. Kayser, T. Iucht, R. Werning, G. Schulte, L. Terveen, K. Doorn K. Buehner, K. Marquardt. FRONT ROW: I. Iuhnke, K. Jones, K. Harberts, C. Schulte, P. Presuhn, C. Olinger, F. Smith. Teacher, Mrs. L. Bender. The grade school band practiced twice a week and participated i.n two concerts to end a very successful year. The youngest members were fifth graders and the oldest were eighth graders. They did very well i.n contests during the school year. This was a year of learning for these future varsity band members. Grades Displayed Man Talents in Music "Merry Christmas, Mr. Snowman" was presented by the Emery Grade School on December 7. It was an op- eretta containing both music and drama. There were one -hundred and ten characters i.n the play. The leading roles were well-played by: Dale Bartel as Snowman, Shirley Brown as jean, Mark Werning as jerry, Elgin Glanzer as Sandman, Warren Hoffman as Santa Claus, Debra Pudwill as Mrs. Santa Claus, Muriel Terveen as Polly, and Sandra Mock as Crystal. The first and second grades portrayed snowflakes 5 while the third and fourth grades took the part of toys. The boys of the fifth and sixth grade room were Sand- man's helpers. The girls of the fifth and sixth grade joined forces with the seventh and eighth grade to be the carolers. The operetta, directed by Mr. Stuart Crouse, proved to be a huge success. Leading characters of operetta display costumes made by their talented mothers. Ge an BACK ROW: D. Terveen, C. Semmler, W. Hoffman, M. Lienemann, R. Hanssen, M. Werning, D. Bartel, B. Weber, T. Hanssen, and Coach Don Bagley. FRONT ROW: B. Fluth, B. Plucker, E. Hofer, I. Schultz, T. Tornow, I. Browen, K. Wahl, I. Thomas, and I. Fluth. Grade Varsity Worked Hard These 18 seventh and eighth grade boys made up the "A" team of the grade school. They played seven games not includi.ng the tournament. Of these seven they won four and lost threeg beating Canova, Bridgewater, and Spencer twice. A After losing twice to Freeman, the Comets came back to beat them in the first game of the tournament. All i.n all, it was a very successful season. These lively young ladies cheered the grade school The grade school "B" was sparked to victory by "A" team to victory. They were S. Weeldryer, M. Terveen, K. Lehr, and S. Browen. 66 " Team Exhibited Skill The grade school "B" team was made up of these fifth and sixth graders. It was a very important year for the fifth graders since this was the first year they were able to play on an organized team. Of the four games the team played, they won two and lost two, beating Canova and Spencer. They can attribute part of success to the help they received from their coach, Mr. Bagley at their practice sessions on Monday and Wednesday afternoons. N. Wolff, I. Terveen, K. Thomas, and D. Hanssen LEFT TO RIGHT: T. Thomas, P. Buehler, I. Hanssen, T. Heitz- man, E. Oltoff, L. Schulz, H. Bleeker, S. Pluth, M. jucht, E. Glanzer, R. Hanssen, E. Braden, D. Roskens, and Coach Don Bagley. EJ X! QQ KF RI 4 Q X 'SHuNC1 l Y 'L ' 1-1 A ff 0 0 Q -fx XSCH5- -C -ll' H l Hu MRM-Qv,-W-V ,.,,, ,,,, ,...,f,..,--,.,,,,,,g,,., . -,' w ' ,. , , ., .. ,. ,- --,.,., ,V .,,.. ...,.....M-,...,-M...,,' ..-...WL--U-'M-H'1-Af-H"-1fvv,--v'nf1.M,-,. ,, . .. '-I Y fm -H ,, .. ,V .,. ,, '- 'a I' X l' Q A I ! l p N . L

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