Emery High School - Eagle Yearbook (Emery, SD)

 - Class of 1969

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THE YEARBGCK STAFF OF EMERY HIGH SCHOGI. EMERY, SQUTH DAKOTA PRESENTS THE 1969 "EAGLE" ifaK22f?4fff235sf N if 'igllilflllililiilhgfg ,i??QWlall3ifi2fA' 1 " W' f l l l S " '5 I. . X T W 3' ..-.- rg '- . T? ,Q lelllffllps. l3i,,.x 5,:, i T 5 , I V, grim x ri mlm orc-:word S T1is, The l969 "Eagle," is a book of mem- ories--memories of homecoming, sporTs, music, and c assroom acTiviTies. We The l969 sTaFT have compi ed This book for you The reader. IT is our wish ThaT in fuTure years, This book wi l increase in va ue because of The reminders of our nigh schoo years. Our eFforTs will be rewarded on y if you The reader are saTisfied. We now presenT The l969 "Eag e" To you. Co-edifors Carolyn Roskens and Joyce JuchT discuss plans for The l969 yearbook. lnTroducTion . . Academics . . AdminisTraTion AcTiviTies . . AThIeTics . . Grades . . . Table of Contents 5 . 19 . 23 .. 45 .. 59 1 DEDICATION We, the class of 1969, dedicate the l969 "Eagle" to Mrs. Doris Uhrich . Mrs. Uhrich has been a member of the Emery High School faculty for five years and a member of the Emery Grade School staff for two years. She taught the seventh and eighth grades prior to becoming the high school English instructor. ln addition to her classroom work, Mrs. Uhrich was in charge of the high school library. Under her direction, many necessary improvements were made. Mrs. Uhrich also supervised the activ- ities of the Pep Club. S ' lt is with pride that we bestow this honor on Emery High's most deserving teacher. I The members of the special committees of the Tri-County School Board are: Back Row: Benny Engbrecht, Gerold Keefe, Robert Richards, Edwin Jucht. Middle Row: Richard Davies, Helmuth Stern, Arnold Schultz. Front Row: Erwin Huber, Supt. Leo Uken, Bennie Fauth. School Board Begins Task of Reorganization The Tri-County school board's goal was to create a They met to discuss thevarious issues thatarose through- l smooth-operating school system from the two separate out the year. Erwin Huber, the board President, was as- Emery-Bridgewater district areas. The board's twenty- sisted by the Vice-President Bennie Fauth. Together, four members consisted of the township clerks from each they and the rest of the members made the decisions that original district. established an efficient school system. Mr. Thomas, T. Olinger, A. Decker, S. Johnson, L. Plucker, R. Mayer, C. Bartel, and H. McCormick were members of the Student Council. Voice of the Students These seven students were the voice of the EHS student body. They met with the Principal, Michael Thomas, to plan any upcoming school events. Among the events planned this year were homecoming and the first EHS Awards Night. 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QXX 3 1 X 5 5 X X 5 . 5 X 5 5 55 X 52225 255, LX? 5,5 KS 53255255 gm 5X View Nick Ernster Carolyn Roskens j Dale Werning Bruce Terveen Seniors Make 1969 a ln the fall of 1965, twenty-nine Freshmen were the center of attraction at the Kangaroo Court as the grad- uating class of 1966 initiated the new Freshmen as bad guys. Each green Freshman had to dress up as a famous person or comic strip character. They then had to get up in front of everyone and were made to do something to embarrass them. That was not all, For while the Seniors sat in a circle, all the Freshman had to get on theirhands and knees and rectie a short ridiculous piece. The Frosh gave a short return party in the spring. lt was a talent show inwhicka plaque was awarded to the most talented group. I Clinton Langle ioined the Freshmen class after the first semester, increasing the class to thirty students. Clinton was unable to enterschool in thefall because ofa broken leg. These thirty' students proceeded onto their sophomore year. Barbara Arend proved to be the best pie-baker of Judy Winter Clyde Bartel Sandra Johnson Rodney Browen Joyce Jucht Memorable Year the Sophomore girls by winning the Cherry Pie Contest held in February. She then went to Sioux Falls and competed in the District Pie-Baking Contest. The out- standing homemaker ofthe year was Joyce Jucht. She received the Crisco Award for her achievements. Dissecting frogs, practicing driving, and working in shop made some of the classes interesting. The class play, "Love ls Too Much Trouble" which was presented on October 29 and November l, 1968, pro- vided the Juniors with funds, The other money-making project was selling magazines. Arleen'Winkel won the top prize which was a clock-radio. Class rings arrived in January, the Juniors had patiently waited For this day. Long hours and painstaking work was done in prepar- ation for the Junior-Senior Banquet held at Chef Louie's Steak House in Mitchell. The theme chosen was "Singing in the Rain". Music was furnished by both classes, and the speaker was Mr. Richard Tschetter. Ralph Richter Lavonne Voss Virgil Determan Patricia Hanssen Richard Olinger I Arleen Winkel 4 5 Clinton Langle Julie Krier .1 f- sf ws sys www, N2 t2lf?V?QfI"F"' s if 'L 911' 2 'ei 92 N.. 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Joyce Jucht and Carolyn 'Roskens were co-editors of the 1969 "Eagle", Dale Werning was elected President of the Seniorclassi Carolyn Roskens, Vice-President, and Karen Wethor, Secretary-Treasurer., As the Seniors entered their last year Keith Loes and Eugene Ernster moved to Mitchell and Vicky Heitzman ioined her parents in Denver, Colorado. Two Senior girls helped to cheer the basketball boys on to victory throughout the season., The Senior team mem- bers will always remember how they brought Emery High Carol Leitheser Raymond Schulte Barbara Arend 4 Joy Krier Orlando Hofer Larry JohnsTon School back To The STaTe "B" baskeTball TournamenTs for The second consecufive year. On February l3, The Seniors Took The TradiTional Trip To Pierre, They leTT Emery aT il:0O a.m. The day was spenT Touring The CapiTol, lisTening To The House of Rep- resenTaTives and The SenaTe, visiTing The museum, and seeing The Crime Lab. Everyone had a greaT Time and iT will be .remembered by all For one reason or anoTher. On May 26, Skip Day, The Seniors were TogeTher as a class for The lasT Time.. The day was spenT aT Lake Okiboii., BaccalaureaTe was held on Sunday, May l8, in The CiTy AudiTorium aT 8:00 p.m. wiTh Reverend Carl Gron- dorf oFficiaTing . Thursday, May 22, CommencemenT was held. Mr. Milo Wepking, guidance counselor for NeT- Tlefon Commercial College, was The feaTured speaker. Thus These TwenTy-seven Seniors who have been class- maTes For many years will now be going Their separaTe ways. Some will be going To college, oThers will be geTTing iobs. Emery High will miss Them. Richard Mayer CurTiss Klock Karen WeThor RoberT Sweeney The sensor class gathers around Govenor Frank Farrar's desk. "What do you see outside, Dale?" h l'h Fave seniors take advantage oft e Capito s c alr In the lobby. Senior Directory Barbara Arend, Band: FHA: Pep Club: Class Officer: Student Council: Paper Staff: Annual Staff: Plays: Library Staff: Chorus: Girls Glee: Girls Phys. Ed. Clyde Bartel, Band: Boys Glee: Basketball: Football: Track: "E" Club: Class Officer: Stuf dent Council: Homecoming Attendant: Plays: Chorus: Vocal Ensemble: lnstrumental Ensemble: Honor Student. Rodney Browen, Band: Boys Glee: Basketball: Football: Senior Play: Chorus:Vocal Ensemble: lnstrumental Ensemble: Honor Student. Virgil Determan, Basketball: Football: Track: FFA: "E" Club. Nick Ernster, Basketball: Football: Track: FFA: "E" Club: Homecoming Attendant: FFA Officer. Pat Hanssen, FHA: Pep Club: Annual Staff: Sen- ior Play: Library Staff: Chorus: Vocal Ensemble: Girls Glee: Girls Phys. Ed. Orlando Hofer, Band: Boys Glee: Vocal Solo: All-State Chorus: Senior Play: lnstrumental En- semble: All-State Band: Vocal Ensemble: ln- strumental Solo. Sandy Johnson, Band: Girls Basketball: FHA: Pep Club: Class Officer: Student Council: Plays: Declam: Chorus: Vocal Ensemble: lnstrumental Solo: Girls Glee: lnstrumental Ensemble: Girls Phys. Ed.: FHA Officer. Larry Johnston, Basketball: Track: FFA: FFA Officer. Joyce Jucht, Band: Vocal Solo: Chorus: All- State Chorus: Girls Glee: FHA: 'Pep Club: An- nual Staff: Junior Play: Library Staff: Betty Crocker: Crisco Award: FHA Officer: Honor Stu- dent: Pep Club Officer. Curtiss Klock, Band: Boys Glee: Football: FFA: "E" Club: Chorus. Joy Krier, Cheerleader: Homecoming Attend- ant: Play: Pep Club: Pep Club Officer:- FHA: Maiorette: Girls Glee: Paper Staff: Annual Staff: Girls Basketball: Girls Phys. Ed. Julie Krier, Plays: Paper Staff: Annual Staff: Girls Glee: Maiorette: Library Staff: Pep Club: FHA: Girls Basketball: Girls Phys. Ed. Clinton Langle, FFA: Plays: Declam. Carol Leitheiser, FHA: Pep Club: Senior Play: Library Staff: Girls Glee: Girls Phys. Ed. Richard Mayer, Band: Boys Glee: Chorus: Vocal Ensemble: Basketball: Football:Track: "E" Club: Student Council:"'E" Club Officer: Paper Staff: Senior Play: Annual Staff: Boys Stater. Richard Olinger, Boys Glee: Chorus: Basketball: Football: Track: "E"' Club. Ralph Richter, Basketball: Football: Track: "E" Club: Class Officer. Carolyn Roskens, Band: Chorus: Girls Glee: lnstrumental Ensemble: FHA: FHA Officer: Pep Club: Pep Club Officer: Cheerleader: Class Of- ficer: Girls Stater: Paper Staff: Annual Staff: Junior Play: Homecoming Queen: Declam: Li- brary Staff. r Raymond Schulte, Football: Track FFA: FFA Officer: "E" Club. Bob Sweeney, Basketball: Football: Track: "E" Club: "E" Club Officer. Bruce Terveen, Band: Boys Glee: Chorus: Foot- ball: Basketball:.Class Officer: Instrumental En- semble: Junior Play. 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With thirty members remaining, the junior class continued to expand and grow in-knowledge and skill . Without the aid of the class officers: Darlene Mar- quardt, president, Julie Jung, vice-presidentp and Audrey Fluth, secretary-treasurer, many of the major jobs and activities could not have been done. Putting on the junior play, selling magazines, and planning the Junior- Senior Banquet were The most notable events. Thejunior class play "The Boarding House Reach" was a great suc- cess, and The juniors spent many hours studying their lines. Since this class was the only class selling maga- zines, the income was really appreciated. "In Apple- Blossom Time" was The theme ofthe Junior-Senior Banquet which featured a steak supper. This committee of junior girls work on plans for the Junior-Senior Banquet. in Knowledge This class, being different from all other classes, or- dered both round and square rings. Allgold was the most popular selection. This symbol of their high school days will always remind them of the joys and defeats they shared at EHS. Amy Nolan placed sixth in the state of South Dakota inthe Voice of Democracy Contest. Three ofthe four local declamation winners were juniors. Helen McCor- mick and Vernon Osterloo were chosen as Girl and Boy Staters. These are only a few of the honors the juniors have received. Sports also was an important activity which filled many of the boys' after school hours. ' The years to come promises to be even more filled with activ- ities, study, and fun for the junior class of 1969. 1 These junior band members accompanied the mixed chorus at their concert. The junior Girl's Stater and Boy's Stater began the graduation processional . Harriet Bleeker Twyla Dannenloring Alvin Decker Dale Determcm Gerald Determan Eileen Fauth Wendall Hoffman Ruby Janssen Marcia Johnston Sheliah Jung Teresa Jucht James Kunkel Theresa Leitheiser Ramona Marquardt Nan McCormick Lucy Osterloo Jane Olinger Arlene Rose lrene Rose Charles Schulte Kathleen Schulte Mary Schulte Cheryl Schultz Dorothy Sweeney Ruth Voss Nancy Weber Ronald Weeldreyer Jeanne Winter "Boy! Did I goof! !" Good posture is not required in agriculture class. "Let's see, a forty-five degree angle." Sophomores Presented Clever Skits Twenty-eight eager Sophomores began their second year of high school this year. They became well- known for their clever skits as they presented one skit for Coronation and one at a pep rally held after the regional basketball tournament. Their originality was displayed when their float won first place in the origin- ality division at the homecoming parade. This year typing was offered to sophomores. Biology and driver education were some of the others that were also offered. Teresa Jucht and Jerry Determan were selected to attend the Teenage Safe Driving Conference which was held in Pierre on November 16-17. In November the class number was reduced to twenty- seven after Sheliah Jung moved to Rapid City. The members of the sophomore class contributed much to music and athletics. They were also active partici- pants in the various clubs. Ruth Voss competed against six other competitors from Region VI for State FHA Historian. Teresa Jucht was installed as Regional Par- Iiamentarian. Dale Determan and Ronnie Weeldreyer won awards in judging at their state convention. The officers for this year were: President, Kathy Schultep Vice-President, Teresa Juchtp Secretary- Treasurer, Ruth Vossp and Student Council Representa- tive, Alvin Decker. "Didn't you make any mistakes?" L',L - " J :i,i , A 1 ,, 'ififx Saw 5 ix? ' -1. r'flx'74"?"" M65 :i'.: :?'f: ' s . . P or J ' ,: r H M . , ssrr .J S ' ' A D, 7? , . , ,mr 4 " 'f , L. , . .l,.e1..M si :?3sf .b:i 1 w i 1 " ' P 'S' ' 1 ' ,ff 5 Q35 :25.iz?iv y - as A 'N 1 1 1,1 g V Y gi . ig' f w e - K., W , U:-:.1,:g': , ,,A: ,. ,. A 1 Randall Ahrendf Shirley Browen Debra Buehner Joyce Dannenbring Bradley Fluth Joel Flufh Marlys Fuhrman Cindy Hanssen Ronald Hanssen William Janssen Kathy Lehr Judy Kayser James Kressman Julaine Langle Lou Rae Langle Michael Jung Gloria Leifheiser Michael Lienamann Sandra Klock Dorry Marquardi' Thomas Olinger Pafricia Osferloo Bryon Plucker Debra Pudwill Mary Ellen Richfer Janice Schliech Michael Schultz Mary Sweeney James Thomas lvadell Voss Keifh Wahl Robert Weber Barbara Wefhor Debra Winkel Freshman Class s argest atrEHS The Freshmen enrollment was the largest in Emery High School for the l968-69 school year. Fourteen boys and twenty girls entered their initial high school year together. During the course of the year, Mike Jung and Shirley Browen moved away from Emery. The Freshmen made their contributions to EHS--they made a float For homecomingp many participated in Football, basketball, and musicp one was a "B" cheer- ..Whcf,d you SUy?,, leaderp one received the Crisco Awardp and one was awarded a plaque in FFA. The success of the Freshman class in their next three years will depend upon their resourcefulness and reliability. Don't Fight--you'd look good in a mustache! !" Class of '72 builds first Float. 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These eleven teach- ers taughtone hundred and seventeen students, this aver- ages out to about eleven students per teacher. This has been the eighth year that Mr. Thomas has taught at EHS. Mrs. Uhrich has completed her seventh year at Emery. Three of the teachers-Mrs. Glanzer, Mr. Bagley, and Mr. Begeman-have taught at Emery for two years. Six of the teachers, Mrs. Breck, Mr. Bau, Mr. Randall, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Townswick, and Mr. Mr. Dean Randall: Klgebra l, ll, Gen- eral Science, Plane Geometry. Mr. Orrin Townswick: Band and Vocal Director, Grade Band Director Weaver joined the faculty last Fall . Some of the teachers were advisors of extra-curricular activities. Mr. Thomas was the director of the plays, Mr. Bau was the advisor of the iournalism staffs, Mrs. Glanzer was the advisor of FHA and drill team, Mr. Begeman was the director of the FFA activities, Mrs. Breck was the declamation advisor, and Mrs. Uhrich was in charge of the library and pep club. The students of EHS are grateful for the dedication and interest the teachers took in their education. Mr. Robert Bau: Bookkeeping, Typing I, Economics and Business Law, Annual and Journalism Advisor Mrs. Judy Glanzer: Home Economics I, Mr. Jack Stewart: High School Physi- Mr. Donald Bagley: II, III, F.l'l.A. Advisor cal Education, American History, Bas- History, American ketball Government, Psych- ology, Football, Track, Grade Phy- sical Education "Are you sure that's right, Mr. Begeman? "You can have another one, Mr. BauI" Mr. John Begeman: Biology, Agriculture Mrs. Doris Uhrich: English II, III, IV, Mrs., Barbara Brecke French I, English I-IV, F.F.A., Pep CIUE Advisor, Library Advisor. I, Declamation Advisor Advisor Mrs. McCormick spends 90 per cent of her time of the telephone. The cooks demonstrate their skills in the kitchen. Staff Provided Dail Help What would Emery High do without the help ofthe cooks, bus drivers, custodians, teacher's aides, and the school nurse? These people all worked diligently throughout the school year to help our school system run as smooth as it did. Mrs. Edzards, Mrs. Sweeney and Mrs. McCormick were the teacher's aides. Mrs. McCormick also served as the school secretary. The school nurse, Mrs. Weber, checked the students eyes, measuredtheir heights and weights. She also gave various shots to the students. Teacher's aides help by correcting papers. Preparing the noon meal was Miss Janssen and Miss Terveen's task. Theyspent long hours planning the menus. Friendliness is a quality all bus drivers must possess in order that the students will have an enjoyable bus ride. Bus drivers for this year were Rev. Tschetter, Rev. Hoff- man, Otto Bleeker, and Joe Olinger. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Folkerts, the custodians, kept the school spotless. Every night after school, they cleaned all the rooms and made sure it was ready For the next day's session . Dick takes a break to pose For our camera. 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They were Julie Krier, Joy Krier, Karen Wethor, Harriet Bleeker, and Diane Huber Wendell Hoffman, Emery's first chair trumpet player, received a ll rating on his solo. 5? 4 M Q L 1 1 Perfection Emphasized in Music The Mixed Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Orrin Townswick, had Forty-Four members. Representatives from each grade in high school met on Tuesdays and Thursdays for practice. A winter concert, scheduled during the Christmas holidays, had to be cancelled due to the weather. The annual Cornbelt Vocal Festival was held in Free- man on Tuesday, March T8, 1969. Only Five of the Cornbelt schools participated in the festival: Spencer, Bridgewater, Freeman, Hanson, and Emery. The day was spent practicing the songs in preparation For the evening concert. Later in the day, each school's cho- rus had a practice session with the guest conductor, Mr. Joseph Noble, head of the music department at Sioux Falls College. The evening concert consisted of six songs by the mass choir in addition to special num- bers presented by each of the five schools. On Saturday, April l2, the Mixed Chorus travelled to Madison For the Regional Vocal Contest. The songs sung by the chorus were With a Voice of Singing and The Water is Wide. A second rating was received on the ' numbers . The Spring Concert was held on Tuesday, May 20, 1969. Sacred and popular songs were sung. Activities such as these increased the community's enioyment of music . Accompanying the various vocal groups were Linda Leitheiser and Connie Hanssen Attending All-State Chorus at Aberdeen on November 8, were J. Glanzer, tenor, J. Jucht, soprano, J. Olinger, alto, and O. Hofer, bass. Vocal and piano soloists attending the contest in Madison on February 26, were D. Edzards, L. Voss, D. Bahmuller, J. Jucht, L. Plucker, J. Olinger, C. Determan, and L. Leith- heiser. Daniel Edzards was the only soloist who received a l rating. , 1. K f The Girl's Glee, consisting of fifty-nine girls, met early Friday mornings to rehearse. The-:re's Music in the Air Under the direction of Mr. Orrin Townswick, this group of hardworking girls spent many long hours in the music room. The girls enioyed singing such popular songs as Love is Blue, My Cup Runneth Over, and Yesterday. They also sang the heart-touching song, Edelwiess, from the movie The Sound of Music. I On April lf, 1969, the Girl sGlee iourneyed to Mad- ison for the regional music contest. They sang One God and receiveda lll rating for their efforts. Several num- bers were presented at the annual spring concert. Although the Boy's Glee had only twenty-five mem- bers, they proved their mastery in singing by acquiring a II rating at the regional contest in Madison. The two numbers they chose to sing were Ride the Chariot and John Henry. During the school year, the boys "set their shoulders to the wheel" and learned to sing some of the difficult songs Mr. Townswick selected. They finished the year by singing some of these numbers at the spring concert. These boys worked an hour every Wednesday afternoon practicing Boy's Glee music. - ... I Y l. Declamation Students Practice Expression After many long weeks of difficult practice, twenty- one declamation students met October 24, 1968, in the Emery High School Assembly for thqlocal declam contest. The iudge was Mr. Matt Combett of Dakota Wesleyan University. Receiving the honors of being chosen as winners were these four: L. Leitheiser, Dramatic, A. Nolan, Oratoryp K. Schulte, Poetryp and J. Jung, Humorous. Mrs. B. Breck, their advi- sor, then began preparing the girls for the district declam contest. On October 31 , after a long day of anticipation the honors of two alternates, one excellent, and one good were awarded to these ambitious contestants. EHS Girls Assisted in Improving Librar Fourteen library staff members worked diligently for nine months with library books. Emery High really appreciated the efforts these girls put forth. The library itself has had many additions in all categories of fiction and nonfiction. The Title ll program also furnished many books for the library. Four new sets of encyclopedias were also added in April. A new bookshelf along the west wall was added for more books. Under the guidance of Mrs. Uhrich, filing and in- dexing was done to keep the library in order. Our library is there for our use and with it we can learn and expand our knowledge. Out of this group of seventeen came four local winners. These fourteen librarians under the direction of Mrs. Uhrich were in charge of the library. 2.9 s 3 Jerilyn Langle and Linda Leitheiser were selected as the Junior co-editors. Annual staff members hard at work'?'?? Memories Recorded by Annual Staff The members of the annual staff put many long hours into this year's annual. Much time was spent writing and rewriting, each person trying to make this year- book the best one possible. The staff also spent Wed- nesday afternoon laying out the annual. Even though it was a lot of hard work and many difficulties were encountered, the results were very rewarding. Mr. Bau, the annual advisor, was always ready to offer advice and assistance whenever his help was needed. The staff found him to be of much help. The members of the staff, with the assistance of Mr. Randall, took many candid shots of the Junior and Sen- ior plays and the sports activities. Mr. Randall's many creative ideas and suggestions were welcomed by the staff. Group pictures were taken on April l, T969 fMany of the students regard this day as "Panic I2ay" Each picture and phrase was carefully chosen S0 , that this annual can be one that can be looked on with pride . The members of the annual staff are: Back Row: J. Krier, C. Barrel, K. Wethor, L. Voss, P. Hanssen, S. Johnson, B. Arend, R Mayer, J. Krier, and Mr. Bau, Front Row: J. Langle, J. Jucht, C. Roskens, and L. Leitheiser. Those on the "Wheel" staff were: Back Row: C. Roskens, D. Huber, H. Bleeker, K. Wethor, C. Determan, J. Krier, R. Fluth, J. Winter, K. Lehr, B. Teween, C. Hanssen, A. Fluth, L. Huber, and P. Grondorf. Front Row: Mr. Robert Bau, A. Nolan, S. John- son, B. Arend,Aand A. Marquardt. "Wheel" Staff Met on Fridays The eighteen members of the "Wheel" staff worked hard all year to publish news articles to fill the space given them by the Emery Enterprise. The assignments were given outat the beginning of the week by the edi- tor and on Friday the staff met in the typing room to finish any stray articles that may have been forgotten. Through the school year, the staff could choose any The Junior Editors, Amy and Darlene, Assist Editor Sandy in proofreading news items from the staff members. six consecutive weeks' publications to send to the High School Newspaper Contest in Brookings. A copy of each weelc's paper was kept during the school year. At the end of the school period, the paper staff met to gather all of the papers into a "Wheel" scrapbook. Amy and Audrey are busy getting an editorial ready for the Emery Wheel . f ..., FHA Chapter Initiates New Projects The Future Homemakers of America engaged inseveral activities this year. A Mother's Tea and a Daddy-Date Night were held for the parents, and a Kid's Night for younger sisters or other little girls. At Christmas, the girls went caroling and gave presents to needy children in the Abbott House in Mitchell. Another successful style show was held on April l8, with the theme" Fashion Hits for '69" . Fashions of all assortments were modeled. Moneymaking activities included selling numerous cookbooks and a bake sale after the style show. Officers who led' this organization through this year were: President, Lavonne Voss, Vice President, Karen Wethor, Secretary, Helen McCormick, Treasurer, Jerilyn Langley Parliarnentarian, Diane Huber, Reporter, Carol Determan, and Songleaderp Carolyn Roskens. The advisor was Mrs. Glanzer. Under the leadership of President Lavonne Voss, the Future Homemakers of America prepared themselves to be future homemakers. Mrs. Glanzer, Mary Ellen Richter, Linda Leitheiser, and Sandy Klock are shown participating in the annual style show. new as ..,, 2182 F.. LW' 71: f af22I'?tfM-j!?ei?tf'!?f'2s? Pmzejfriij' 'gi'5:'T3'f z 1.1""i?i1xf"t WW W :MBV fmggfs, 4915? by 'YV 'sf 'T' ""'5?Sf15f V ffm T P it 6 ' s eggs, f f ei - mf. megs. .giggiesggwggssiw 55535. Us ' - n wap. is'fw?fs1'f'i:z,.f12f i iffs . , 'S1wstee. .3 3, Q H : W, Q., ,, Ji, on L. We ,, in q 5 ' s . 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These experiences proved profitable to Dale Werning, who received an excellent rating at the State Convention. Gerry Deter- man, delegate from Emery, and other FFA members also attended the State Convention at Brookings. The boys sponsored a Parent-Son Banquet for their parents on May 14. They raised money for their organization by selling grapefruit and oranges. The i968-69 officers were: President, Nick Ernster, Vice President, Jerome Jucht, Treasurer, Larry Plucker, Secretary, Bill Olinger, Reporter, Larry Johnston, Sentinel, Raymond Schulte. The Future Farmers of America, represented by these twenty-three boys, participated in many agricultural activities. ROY Bl'GI'1dl'ief WGS the Spefikel' at The Gnnuul P0feHf'S0l'I Jules Glanzer, Larry Plucker, Jerome Jucht and Bill Olinger Banquef- represented the FFA at various school functions. uniors Present Comedy The Junior class had great success in the production' of "The Boarding House Reach" which was directed by Mr. Thomas. The Juniors chose November i, 1968, as the date in which to present their play. Thirteen-year-old Wilbur fPeter Grondorfj wanted a bicycle for many years but he couldn't persuade Mom fLinda Leitheiserj and Pop fRodney Fluthi to buy one for him. Mom and Pop went on a week-end . business trip and the house was left in charge of sisters Connie Uerilyn Langlei and Betty Lou lAmy Nolani. Wilbur and his pal Hercules fBill Olingerj got the idea of renting the house out to boarders to earn money for the bicycle. In a short time the house was full of boarders, Lucy Burns fConnie Hassenj, a little old lady named Mrs. Mott QLinda Huberl, Ninety-Volt Jones fBob Terveenj, and his wife Rough- House Ruby fDarlene Marquarcltj, Mr. Potter Uerome Juchtj, and Limpy McQuire fDan Wethorl and his wife Nora Uulie Jungl. Everything was fine until Mom and Pop came home because Pop forgot his briefcase. Pop almost missed an important business meeting because he was mistaken for a bank robber. Mr. Connolly fTerry Janssen, a plain clothes policeman, hauled him off to iail. Aunt Mary fHelen McCormick, and Bernadine fDiane Huberi, Betty Lou's best girlfriend, came over to "comfort" the Maxwells. Wilbur discovered who the robbers were and cleared Pop. After everything was straightened out, Wilbur finally got his bicycle. You mean she s his sister'9 The Maxwell family pauses to have their picture taken . i i i i "Do you really think you can carry all those Rod and Sandy Find out that it's alot easier to be books?" sneaky during the evening performances. "Why couldn't the chair be closer to the door?" "IF you ladies are going to talk all night, I'm going back to the hotel." Seniors Produce "Aunt Cathie-'s Cat" From the opening curtain to the last bow, the suspense could be felt throughout the whole auditorium. While the Trimble ladies were inspecting the old Norfleet Mansion, two "desperate" characters, Jose and Maria Garcia fRod Browen and Sandy Johnsonl carried a sup- posedly dead body QOrlando Hoferi across the stage. Whentheinspection was completed, Miss Jane QLavonne Vosslwrote out the check securing the house forthe first month and gave it to the young real estate agent QClyde Bartell. The action quickens when Aunt Cathie CCarol Leit- heiserl is discovered in the cellar after being pushed down the stairs. The agent rescues her and is aided by two nieces, Dotty and Peggy Uoy Krier and Karen Wethorl in bandaging her head. An officerfClinton Langlei is called onto the scene to search the house for the murderers, but he has no luck in "Well Pork, couldn't you help us along at all?" capturing the culprits. Later on when the gasman fRich Mayer, comes to turn on the gas in the cellar, he re- ceives a broken leg after falling in an open grave. The question in everyone's mind is, "Who's going to be murdered?" The weird looking couple continued to search the house and the grounds. Tilly, the maid fBarb Arendi comes screaming into the living room after seeing the ghostly- complectioned woman through the kitchen window. Bill Pryor goes out to investigate but Finds nothing. He then decides to go to the airport to meet his sister, Liz, fPat Hanssenl on the evening Flight. When the Pryors return, they find that Aunt Cathie has caught the criminals. They have brought with them the owner of the mansion, Mr. David Brent fDale Werningl "Aunt Cathie's Cat" was presented by the Senior class on April 22 and 24. ...H The i968-69 royalty consisted of Joy Krier, Lavonne Voss, Carolyn Roskens, Dale Werning, Nick Ernster, and Clyde Bartel. Dale and Carol n Receive Crowns The T968 Homecoming festivities began with Coronation on October 3, 1968, with Wendall Hoffman acting as Master of Ceremonies. Each class presented skits, and the Sophomore's was one of the funniest. Coach Donald Bagley then introduced the football players and cheer- leaders. As the band played the traditional "March of Olym- pians", the i968 Royalty marched in. The suspense of the evening ended'when Queen Carolyn Roskens and King Dale Werning were crowned by last years king and queen, Joyce Hanssen and John Janssen. Joyce Jucht then presented the Queen with a bouquet of roses which the Pep Club had bought. Attendants were Joy Krier, Lavonne Voss, Clyde Bartel, and Nick Ernster. After the Coronation, King Dale ignited the"B" which was built by the Freshman Agriculture boys. The burning of the "B" signified the defeat of the Bridgewater Wild- cats on Friday night. A pep rally led by the cheerleaders followed, and the royalty led the students in the snake dance. The student body had a beautiful day for their annual Homecoming paradewhich was one of the best ever held. That week each class and other various organizations worked hard on their floats trying to win a prize. The Senior float with the theme "Victory Ahoy" took first place honors in the beauty division. The Sophomores claimed the first place prize in the originality division with the theme "Swinging to Victory." The Bridgewater band and the Emery band also marched in the parade showing their talentsl The Homecoming festivities came to aglorious end that evening when the eagles defeated the Bridgewater Wild- cats. The final score of the game was 33-0. Seniors and Sophomores Awarded Firsts t 'hp 'Snoopy vs. Cats" was the theme ofthe Freshmen's First Float. The Sophomore's float "Swinging to Victory" won First place in originality. ,z-51' iw-1 A "We Love You Eagles" was a 'catchy' theme that the Juniors The Senior's Float sailed to First place with "Victory Ahoy." chose . 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Mr. Thomas ended the ban- Cameras snapped as Rod and Jer relax in the swing. b The trellis received Finishing touches from Linda and Amy. Teachers wait patiently for supper to be served. quet y giving his traditional speech, "Drive carefully and don't get into trouble." Darlene, President of the Junior Class, is aided by Amy as she prepares the theme. First Awards Night Held The first Awards Night for Emery High School was held on Monday, May l9, T969, at the City Auditorium. Clyde Bartel, President of the student body, had charge of the program. Mrs. Uhrich presented the library awards to the head librarians, Pat Hanssen, Joyce Jucht and Darlene I Marquardt. Mrs. Breck recognized the declam win- ners. Mrs. Glanzer announced the winner of the Crisco Award and awarded the FHA degrees. Eighty-three students received music enblems or certificates from Mr. Townswick. Sandy Johnson, Joyce Jucht and Carolyn Roskens were the recipients of the newspaper and annual medals. Mr. Stewart gave the sports awards to the high school letterman. Each Senior was presented with a plaque by Mr. ' Thomas. He also awarded the highest scholastical honors. . Clyde Bartel concluded the evening by thanking everyone For coming and making -the evening a success. Principal Thomas awards another senior, Ralph Richter, his plaque. M Larry Johnston receives his senior pldque from Mr. Thomas This is the Cr "WeIl, Bruce???" a happy occasion for Debra Winkel as she receives isco Award . s Wi ' xt ill Baccalaureate Service BaccalaureaTe services in honor of The l969 gradu- aTes were held on May l8, T969, aT The CiTy AucliTor- ium. Helen McCormick, Girl's STaTer, and Vernon Osferloo, Boy's STaTer, led The senior processional. Jeanne WinTer played The processional and recessional marches. The Madrigal provided The special numbers for The evening. They sang MX God and .l and You'll Never Walk Alone. Rev. Carl Grondorf spoke on The Topic "Love Tor Enemies." He concluded The service wiTh The benedicTion. T Class of '69 Holds Last Two more Seniors begin The march of The baccalaureafe services. Reverend Carl Grondorf delivered The baccalaureaTe message. The madrigal sang Two numbers For The service. lf's a solomn occasion For The Seniors. . aswmwwanaaT: ,, rim ,,,ThT mfwif- f "Don'T sTick me, Karen!" ot Merely to Exist, but to Amount to omething 1 n L1fe TwenTy-seven seniors graduaTed from Emery High School on Thursday, May 22, T969. To The sTrains of Pomp and CircumsTance which was played by Jeanne WinTer, The seniors sTarTed The long-awaiTed march. The Madrigal Then sang The Impossible Dream. Mr. Milo Wepking was The FeaTured speaker and his Topic was The f'TwoEs4" The senior girls parTicipaTed in The program by presenTing The TradiTional number The Halls of Ivy. Mr. ATT Tornow followed wiTh The presenTaTlon of The awards which were given To The Five honor sTudenTs. The benedicTion given by Rev. Carl Grondorf was followed by The recessional. Thus ended The Tour years of high school for The senior class of T969. The speaker for graduation was Milo Wepking The Tradifional song sung by The senior girls broughT Tears To many eyes. "You aren'T nervous, are you Mr. Pullman?" T is -fu Seniors shake many hands before The night is over. "Whclf's There io cry abouf? fr is wifi gr ay? EE . if ,sls 'Q N lil I 4' I ig jg '::': l A ' ..,r , f f eff- "-: f ' - '1 ' if N Q 5 . S 1 limi' v lr s r i 5 i Sl? if' H 1 55 fe X E , 5 i W 25 'l if WQIH 9 s K :S 5 r if 'la s E, Q4 " wx s m iffril- fsf 'fs'i4iQ--ss,--1: K r 5 ,.r. so 25551, nin- L ss Q 2 .. new Q Q. f W i . - My -1Q.,'sfs,A-14,9 ufmasffasgf -L Z S ra .Ig , re! ..,. Is s? ,s,s, . V.V. . .... .. ..., IW Q Q 1 2? ? srr 1 ss , X 1 Av- vfwwkvufkw- W .,-. .,.u 5 4225 ':::::u.:.f aisrzsm.-31 I I E la mu- sw,:-when-we-74i"W, Lavonne Voss receives her diploma from fhe school board president Erwm Huber. 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T N- 5 4 The members of the Pep Club shouted with vigor and enthusiasm at football and basketball games. rganizations Prove Loyalty The Emery Pep Club showed great pride in their team by cheering them to victory from the first football game of the season until the last basketball game at the State B Tournament. The officers were: President, Carolyn Roskensp Vice President, Lavonne Voss, and Secretary-Treasurer, Joyce Jucht. Mrs. Uhrich was the advisor. This was the first year that Emery High organized a drill team. The girls made their red and white ogtfits and Whife pom-poms. Mr. Townswick and Mrs. Glanzer, the advisors, worked with the girls teaching them drills. The drill team provided entertainment at basketball games and enthusiasm at pep rallies. The Emery High School Drill Team performed at basketball games and a mass pep rally. 1. ai. 4 EHS athletic-minded boys promoted sportsmanship. Four Arouse Pep These four junior and senior girls worked enthusiastically throughout the basketball season inspiring both team and student body. Their new uniforms cmd bright smiles added both brilliant color and enthusiasm to the games. ln September they attended a cheerleading clinic at South Dakota State University. Julie Jung, having been a cheerleader for three years, moved to Rapid City in November and was replaced by Carolyn Roskens. The "B" cheerleaders are C. Schultz, E. Fauth, N . McCormick, and M. Richter. H. McCormick, D. Huber, J. Krier, and C. Roskens were the "A ICE!! Backs Athletics The Lettermen's Club consisted of twenty- three members. There were ten seniors, twelve juniors, and one sophomore. The boys showed their artistic ability by designing a float for the homecoming parade. Although they didn't win anything they cer- tainly added to the enthusiasm of the day. Officers of the "E" Club for the i968-69 year were: President, Richard Mayer, Vice- President, Robert Sweeney, and Secretary- Treasurer, Ralph Richter. Mr. Donald Bagleyand Mr. Jack Stewart served as the advisor. Spirited UE" Cheerleaders Three sophomores and one freshman were elected in November by the student body to be cheerleaders for the "B" basketball team. They were responsible for leading the student body in cheers at all of the "B" basketball games. Assisting the "A" cheerleaders in the school song and other cheers was also another one of their duties. New red and black pom-poms were pur- chased for them this year and were helpful in arousing school spirit. v . , Sir 1.3, li E. i 'T' . . g 'll A '1 ' ' ..., .mia J .Ev 'ii G-if . K-V V . , ..X, M y Z " l- .. -me if F ' X ' , r fi .... 'MV . , it ' V ,,,. . ,Ag H' , ". ..-. tl V QV: .ml Q S 34.5- F 3' :fear xwlselasrzna M -, ..- . A -. -. .aff N sn, ifiii: iw 5 fr 5. - " 1 ' .af .HY-2' , W.. 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Middle Row: B. Terveen, N. Ernster, B. Sweeney, R. Mayer, D. Werning, J. Determan, R. Determan, and M. Jung. Back Row: Coach Bagley, C. Bartel, R. Schulte, C. Klock, T. Janssen, R. Fluth, L. Plucker, R. Mohr, R. Richter, and Coach Stewart. it .,, xg, I- 'i re r Him K if "All right, boys, THESE are the rules." Eagles Grind ut 6-2 Season The T968 football season proved to be successful for Coach Donald Bagley's Eagles. They ended the season with a 6 and 2 record, being defeated only by Salem and Montrose. The Eagles were led this year by eight seniors: Clyde Bartel, Nick Ernster, Curtiss Klock, Richard Mayer, Ralph Richter, Bob Sweeney, Raymond Schulte, and Dale Werning. The rest of the team consisted of seven iuniors, three sophomores, and four freshmen. Student manager was Peter Grondorf, a Sophomore. The highlight for the team was October 4, l968, when the Emery Eagles defeated the Bridgewater Wild- cats on homecoming night. The Eagles tied with Salem and Freeman for second place in the Cornbelt conference. Emery finished the season by defeating the Freeman Flyers on October l8 by a score of 19-13. ft , w.. , , ,...-emma. With megaphones in hand, these Four cheerleaders proved themselves full of vim and vigor when leading the Emery fans in cheers and yells for the Eagles. They are H. McCormick, D. Huber, J. Jung and J. ' Krier. Season's Record W lvl Spencer 55 Alexandria 7 Marion 50 Montrose O Salem 19 Bridgewater 33 Canistota 46 Freeman 'I9 THEY 6 O O 38 40 O 23 13 These four senior boys, R. Mayer, R. Richter, N. Ernster, and C. Bartel, made All-Conference Football . A tense moment for the "B" cheerleaders. unior Varsity Charges to 10-7 Record The EHS "B" basketball team competed a successful season by compiling a lO-7 record. The team, comprised of two iuniors, five sophomores, and five freshmen, was under the guidance of Coach Bagely. Vernon, Larry, Wendell, Alvin and Bill were the starters with Ronnie as the chief reserve. Larry and Alvin played the guard T T positions while Vernon filled the center spot, and Ronnie Bill, and Wendell played the forward positions. The highlight of the season was beating their chief rivals, Bridgewater and Alexandria in closely contested games. These boys showed that they have much potential for the coming years. Alvin Decker tries hard to make a basket. Front Row: B. Fluth, M. Lienamann, W. Hoffman, L. Schultz, A. Decker, M. Schultz. Back Row: Coach Bagley, R. Weeldreyer R. Hanssen, V. Osterloo, W. Janssen, J. Determan, D. Determan, Front row: R. Moyer, C. Bartel, A. Decker, L. Schultz, V. Determan, R. Terveen, Coach Stewart. Back Row: Manager P. Grondort, N. Ernster, V. Osterloo, R. Determan, J. Jucht, R. Fluth, T. Janssen, Manager J. Glanzer. Basketball Squad Encounters Tough Foes The Emery Eagles started the season with a bang racking up victories over Canova, Marion, Spencer, and Menno. Ethan played excellent ball and sur- prised the Eagles with a one point lead at the end of regulation time. After defeating Corsica and Alexan- dria, the Eagles clinched the Holiday Tournament trophy. Against Salem St. Mary's, the team set a new mark by scoring l06 points. Montrose out- hustled the Eagles for another upset. Bridgewater, the Flandreau Indians, and Salem next tell to the marching force. Onida Found their match in the Huron Arena and had to sweat out Four quarters of competitive ball to win. Alexandria felt the talons of the Eagles again, but Freeman made the victory short-lived by out-shooting the Emery squad. Notre Dame, Canistota, Wessington Springs, Tripp, and Mt. Vernon lined up For pre-district wins as the Eagles prepared For tournament play. Four members of the basketball team made either All-Conference, All-Tournament, and All-State. Nick, Rich, and Terry made All Conference. Nick, Rich, Jerome, and Terry made All-Tourna- ment. Rich made All-State. if S 1 S Q if r 5 5 Students chosen From each school in the district tournament com Tri-County tangles in second day of district play Shown below is the championship won by the Eagles at the Region Tournament. ,, .,,. . mg 'irrr .r 2---E 1 g I f , , ,... 2 1 5 1 ' ! ' Z1 l 5 V? A lrzb it illli 1 Q. t l 5 , 1 .l E a R25 as . l F 5:23, u I 2 K is 1 . E 5 '- E .. t Q 5 3 S it , A , 1 I ,.,. . 2 . . , .,., L a I , 5 515 . ,W I tud,eaa sl 5. 1 3 I . 1 - li , plies . nr l , ,,,, ww . . -C ,Sf 1 v-..1-r'--':'rm:::11'?s-,::-s-W. is :r 1.. , , S9-is' fmwmlgss ligifgstmasf K me K , : .'-s:4 2 it . lla ll :,. Y M ,Q wwrws g ms . is ' Xie er' Q' Q A if g fs"'siat s N at was M ,i X .X if . wil-my-. f .. m ,r2 f,f'fQx3'Xw 'ff , 1,6 QA qs, 3? 2. H z xvgirgie g? 22, 4. f f 'few la E f . 5 ik ,ai tg 3552 1 vEl 5, 5 S 1 glial l sg l 5 1' .N is 2 li I 3 s :vt E f ,g i ,. , 3 t F re Q r--.:.,-H..--.lar 5 Ti? 2 we . z ,. ,. .- r ,, .V ... ' i"i'I,.7"-.:'l...1-:.""-. L fm .... 1 2 tgyxwhv Q The exuberant Eagles gather for a picture after winning the District 19 title. Coach Stewart proudly exhibits two championship trophies. Cheerleaders' smiles are a sign of victory. Rich Ma er earned a lace on the Y P All-State basketball team Varsity Eagles Swish Nets On February 19, 1969, the Eagles proved to the basketball fans of Emery that they could play basketball It was the start of District 19 basketball play and only the beginning of the Eagle's tournament wins. They defeated Salem St. Mary's 52-51 . This was the closest an team came to beating the Eagles until State tourna- Y ment play. After this game, the Eagles went on to win the tournament by defeating Bridgewater and Salem. The crown was the third consecutive District championship for the Eagles, and winning it brought them another step closer to the State "B" tournament. ln Regional play, the Eagles soared by the Ramblers of Rutland 79-66. In the final game, the Eagles had their hands Full as they had to come from thirteen points behind to overpower the mighty Mustangs of Tri-Valley. ln doing so, the Eagles made it the second trip in a row to the State "B" tournament. Eagles on the move go "ooh-aah! l" No matter how hard one tries, sometimes that spherical object iust doesn't cooperate., "lf I can iust get the ball high enough! For Vernon, Larry, Alvin, and Ronnie, the iourney to the State "B" Tournament began with a single step. Eagles Return to State "B" Tournament This flying ace gets oft another shot under never-ending pressure l I Nick's "power" stops opponent. .wr- Basketball fans never expected to see the Eagles in the State "B" tournament again this year, but the Eagles had their own ideas. The Emery Eagles dropped their first two games and won the last one to wind up in seventh place. The Eagles lost to DeSmet and Leola, but bounced back to beat Pine Ridge. These games brought back memories to avid Emery sports Fans ot the T950 and T967 basketball season. As in those previous years, Emery's season was ended at the State "B" tournament. All-Stater Pork Mayer charges through the Leola defense to score another two points. 2 "The baton, Virgil, the baton." Nick displays his "flying power"! EHS Trackmen Attend State Meet Twenty-one boys reported for track in March. They worked hard to bring honor to our school. They com- pleted a successful season by attending eight track meets. The meets attended were: Winner, Mitchell, Hurley, Tyndall, and Madison. The Conference was held at Salem, the Regional at Mitchell, and the State at Rapid City. Those who attended the State'Track Meet were Ralph Richter, Richard Olinger, Pete Grondorf, Virgil Determan, Clyde Bartel, Bob Sweeney and Dale Werning. Rodney Fluth and Nick Ernster, managers, and Coaches Don Bagley and Jack Stewart also attended. The 880-yard relay team members were Virgil D., Dale W., Clyde B., and Bob S. They never failed to place at a track meet, they won two firsts, two seconds and one third. They won the 880 at the Conference and Regional and also came home with third place in the State. At the Conference meet the school record was broken with the time of l:34:8.. The mile relay team consisting of Virgil D., Clyde B., Richard O., and Dale W., won first place at the Regional. They set a new school record of 3:36:l . Bob S., Virgil D., Rich M., and Clyde B., mem- bers of the sprint medley, made a clean sweep of the Regional by also winning their relay. Ralph Richter received a second in the shop put, Rich Mayer hauled in a first in the pole vault, and Pete Grondorf was third in the two mile run. Speedster Bob S., won both the l00-yard dash andvthe 220-yard dash. Rich Mayer broke the Conference record by vaulting a ll' 3 lf2" . In the two mile run, Pete Grondorf also set a new record of l0:58:9. "Now that l'm up here, who do I do with the pole?" "But Coach, there was a hole in the eighth lane.l" "Where he lands, nobody knows!" Ralph Richter gives if the old "heave-ho!" "The ground was here iusf a minufe ago!" Bob Sweeney anchors 880 relay fo sei' new conference record. E 1 "le E X A determined Clyde Barrel completes his g" in The relay. The largest Girls P.E. group sometimes met three times a week. Come on Eileen, let's have another hit!" Builds Strong Bodies "O..K . Keith you're on our side!" All boys not participating in basketball, Football, and track were required to take part in the boys physi- cal education program. -In the spring the boys played softball, outdoor bas- ketball, and relay races. During the winter months, touch football, volleyball, and kickball were played in the city auditorium. The girls physical education program was open to all high school girls this year. They met every Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. Basketball, dodgeball, kick- ball, and tumbling were participated in during the winter months. ln the spring they played softball out- doors. Both the boys and girls physical education programs were supervised by Mr. Jack Stewart. "There's a sure homer!" Boy's P.E., had a good tournout every Friday. ' i 13? 'ga-V , in ge 93 Y 3, amz.: Ki w i! Q ' ss. s -sf-:. Z, '...s..zi-:z.r" f , sf ' is P 5 . - .. ., ..,. . V. - -, l li 3 7 .ga " 'Y' ' 1-iffcw -W S I ' isgss' '5'il?1liQ,::iQa? s-552 . T.: -, . -. 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Terveen, S. Weel- dreyer, K . Janssen, W.. Hoffman, D. Bartel, K. Janssen, M. Wern- ing, P. Arencl, D. Terveen, and N. Schleich. Middle Row: N. Determan, P. Doorn, E. Hofer, D. Geppert, B. Bleeker, M. Michels, B. Schulte, S. Mayer, T., Tor- now. Front Row: Mr. Pullman, P. Krier, A. Schulte, T. Hanssen, B. Hanssen, J. Schulte, T. Schulte, R. Schulte, and J. Olinger. The eighth grakle class gained much knowledge and understanding throughout the school year in preparation for entering high school. The most memorable events for the eighth graders were: winning the grade school basketball tournament and graduation. The seventh grade captured first place in the grade school division at homecoming with the theme "Cage the Wildcats." Sixth Grade Back Row: R. Williams, E. Olthoff, L. Schultz, D. Krumn, G. Kayser, L. Haiar, and L. Huber. Third Row: S. Michels, M. Determan, C. Marquardt, J. Arend, P. Swyter, D. Schultz, G. Schliech, and V. Dean. Sec- ond Row: D. Hanssen, C. Nolan, T. Kayser, E. Glanzer, R. Hans-. sen, D. Osterloo, and M. Krier. Front Row: Mrs. Holmes, R. Miller, K. Krier, B. Schleich, M. Smith, P. Buehler, and L. Tegels. Seventh rade Back Row: M. Lubbers, M. Winters, S. Fluth, J. Terveen, S. Lieneman, H. Bleelcer, and D. Welker. Third Row: B. Winkel, J. Hanssen, J. Ruden, M. Jucht, N. Wolff, A. Swyter, J. Ruden and T. Heitzman. Second Row: G. Schrader, L. Janssen, M. Schrader, G. Schulte, C. Determan, S. Schleich, D. Miller. Front Row: Mrs. Hanssen, L. Wethor, J. Terveen, K. Olinger, R. Leitheiser, E. Braden, D. Roskens, and T. Thomas. These twenty-eight sixth graders were active in several activities. Some of them were basketball, physical education and preparing a float for the Homecoming parade . Third fade Back Row: W. Wethor, E. Wolff, B. Burckhart, K. Schnabel, T. Plucker, B. Schrader, and L. Schultz. Middle Row: D. Olinger, R. Terveen, G. Hanssen, L. Doorn, S. Determan, D. Schleich, D. Hanssen, and Mrs. Schroeberl. Front Row: B. Juhnke, D. Schulte, S. Harberts, J. Osterloo, B. Miller, K. Winter . Under The guidance of Mrs. Schroeloerl the third grade students gained much knowled e g . Two of the biggest events were homecoming and the Shrine Circus They attended in Sioux Falls. They spent much of Their Time writing, and learning modern math. During The year many different events Took place to provide The fourth graders with enioyment. Some of These were Their many holiday parties. Fifth fade Back Row: P. Winter, T. Wolff, D. Terveen, D. Determan, M. Janssen, S. Determan, and J. Kayser. Middle Row: E. Schrader, J. Schulte, C. Lubbers, D. Schulte, P. Klock, K. Haiar, and R. Richter. Front Row: Mrs. Thompson, M. Schulte, J. Wethor, M. Schrader, R. Weber, M. Olinger, and K. Harberts. .tx Fourth fade Back Row: L. Terveen, K. Deter- man, R. Pudwill, J. Arend, M. Terveen, D. Burkhardt, G. Determan, D. Janssen, and J. Fluth. Middle Row: C. Swyter, C. Heitzman, M. Kayser, R. Schleich, G. Hanssen, M. Edzards, J. Schulte, D. Deter- man, K. Thomas, and Mrs. Scheetz. Front Row: L. Glan- zer, P. Smith, D. Marquardt, K. Juhnke, T. Krier, L. Terveen, C. Schnable, C. Wahl, and S. Osterloo. The fifth grade chose the theme "Wildcats Smell Defeet" . They carried out their theme by riding the float barefooted. The fifth grade attended the circus which was held on a Saturday this year. Second rade Back Row: D.. Langner, D. Schna- bel, T. Thomas, K. Winkel, K. Determan, S.. Determan, S. Deter-, man, S. Weeldreyer. Front Row: Mrs. Hummel, N. Smith, J. Osterloo, D. Schulte, W. John- son, M. Determan, M. Wethor. This year was filled with fun For the thirteen second graders taught by Mrs. Hummel. When asked what they liked most about the school year, they said they thought their trip to the Shrine Circus was the biggest highlight of the year. The second grade also participated in the Homecoming parade with a Float. ln August of T968, twelve eager youngsters entered Emery Grade School. Mrs. Lehrman has helped these students take their first step toward greater knowledge. indergarten Back Row: M. Schulte, R. Hanssen, J. Weaver, K. Decker, G. Pluck- er, K. Kayser, R. Schneider. Not pictured: J. Presuhn, S. Weber, J. Osterloo. Front Row: T. Winter, J. Lieneman, R. Miller, J. Determan, K. Johnson, J. Mayer, T. Winter. irst fade Back Row: T. Jucht, K. Buehner, G. Schulte L. Terveen, K. Doorn, K. Kayser. Front Row: K. Marquardt, C. Olinger, C. Schulte, K. Harberts, P. Presuhn, F. Smith, Mrs. Lehrman. This energetic class of fourteen was taught by Mrs. Bill Hanlon. Their school day began at l:00 p.m. and continued until 3:30 p.m. Their day was not all work as they also participated in games. ia.L..sw-f-- a g, X -A - cwmr " , ,, ,f' . K V , ,,,,,,lW ,,,.Z M Q ' ' 1 .. Af ' . f ",gw2fis.,, ,. .. 'F T rw., 'G s as , , 2 t , NT: hr, , x I ., KM ..,,2f,aea,s,s,,,?fMM,i 'WT' ' ' -1 JE"--.tix "" 'l,f'f"'f2 ' " V ' J f ga .. '-" Q aim - ,,, F T . 53, 5 i 'I ' I , IQ? 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They practiced on Wednesday and Friday at l2:00 p.m. Throughout the school year, all of the mem- bers took lessons from Director Orrin Townswick. Thirty of the band members traveled to Sioux Falls on April 26. Coming home with superior ratings were Earl Hofer, Debbie Terveen, Maureen Janssen, Muriel Ter- veen, Roger Leigheiser, Theresa Wolff, and Nancy These grade soloists received a I rating at the contest. e Music Department Determan. They also gave a concert with the "A" band on May 6. Mexican Clapping Song, Sailor's Song from Lyric Pieces, Hunters Chorus, Polonaise, Panis Angelicus, Wood-51 Soldiers on Parade were played. The grad-E band practiced enthusiastica lTy and should be commended for their fine performances. These band members went to the grade school music contest in Sioux Falls held at the L incoln High School. Z -1 , Back Row: S. Michels, J. Arend, G. Kayser, R. Williams, R. Hanssen, and E. Glanzer. Middle Row: P. Buehler, R. Richter, M. Krier, M. Olinger, K. Krier, and Coach Bagley. Front Row: J. Wethor.fL. Huber, P. Winter, and D. Hanssen. Conference Champions Mr. Bagley coached his grade team to a brilliant season. The seventh and eighth grade team ended the season with a perfect 8-0 record. Some of the teams they played were Spencer, Hanson, Bridgewater, and Canova. They ended a perfect season by defeating Marion in the conference tournament and receiving the Cornbelt Conference trophy. End Season 5- Roger Richter, Russel Williams, Mat Krier, Ronnie Hanssen, and Joe Arend were the starters on the fifth and sixth grade basketball team. The team, coached by Mr. Donald Bagley, finished the season with a 3-2 record. They played against Ethan, Canova, and Farmer, they also played Bridgewater twice. One of the most exciting games played was the game against Farmer. The game was very close and ran into an overtime when Farmer overcame Emery and defeated them by two points. rg 1 mf in l Q . ' fldiggflggi ' , ull ' 5 lf. gg! ilig l gifgig f flf'i?.iTfT'Ti?fx f'3, ggEE+,T ga-3.535 ,F 15.232, , a::5: 'fs' .l'12gs:1' lil? lt: f ' z :.s5'5'g25 .."'.. B AE! T me ll 5 i fffff w saii 3 ll ll H fi Stir ,. ..., ., ' "-'i ir J if sa 1.14413 ff .eff '.f5f,+: 5 jxf-Ififffi .'lfl'H R f ' lfif' .Ti--I".a '5 ?!Fg?? - if lgii s i?f. lg3l2?Q:.i44i.g,f s Wi 'fi , as 1 , Q .5-6 3 -.i.., gig.. .-- - KM ,,,L ,ZT- ..., .. ,ri 5 5 . . if ' fr'. ' r The trophy held by Mr. Bagley was the reward received by the grade basketball team. Back Row: Coach Bagley, J. Olinger, T. Schulte, M. Winter, T. Tornow, M. Werning, D. Bartel, K. Janssen, P. Arend, D. Terveen, J. Schultz, T. Hanssen, and R. Leitheiser. Front Row: S. Mayer, N. Wolff, W. Hoffman, M . Terveen, and L. Wethor. 2 U 2 zz 44 PISCHEL YEAHEUUKS INC P. O. Box 36 Marceliue, Missouri 64658 Telephone C8 1613 76-3523


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Emery High School - Eagle Yearbook (Emery, SD) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 1

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Emery High School - Eagle Yearbook (Emery, SD) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 1

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Emery High School - Eagle Yearbook (Emery, SD) online yearbook collection, 1970 Edition, Page 1

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