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Rodney Browen Joyce Jucht
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.
Virgil Determan Patricia Hanssen Richard Olinger
Page 9 text:
Nick Ernster Carolyn Roskens j Dale Werning
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
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
These thirty' students proceeded onto their sophomore
year. Barbara Arend proved to be the best pie-baker of
Judy Winter Clyde Bartel Sandra Johnson
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were chosen as Girl's Stater and Boy's Stater onthe basis
of their outstanding leadership. .
Carolyn Roskens and Dale Werning reigned as King and
Queen ofthe 1968-1969 school year. Lavonne Voss,
Joy Krier, Clyde Bartel, and Nick Ernster were alter-
The success of the F.H,,A. and F.F,A. can be credited
to Lavonne Voss and Nick Ernster. Sandy Johnson did a
marvelous job as editor ofthe Emery "Wheel". 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
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
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