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The Yearbook Staff
Emery High School
Emery, South Dakota
the 1970 "Eagle"
For the theme of our annual, we have
chosen a quotation fromA Tale of Two Cities
by Charles Dickens. lt expresses the ioys and
sorrows, the victories and defeats which all
students share during their high school days.
"It was the best of times, it was
the worst of times, it was the age of
wisdom, it was the age of foolish-
ness, it was the season of light, it
was the season of darkness, it was
the spring of hope, it was the winter
of despair. "
Co-editors, Jerilyn Langle and Linda Leitheiser, are discussing their Wei the editors of the nEa9lern now
plans For the 1970 "Eagle, "
present to you the "best of times, and the
worst of times" in the Following pages of this
book of memories.
Table of Contents
We, the Senior Class of l97O, do hereby
dedicate this annual to the United States of
America, the great country in which we live.
You have given us the opportunity to learn
and to think For ourselves. You have let us
study unbiased material, because that is what
you stand for. We promise to use our educa-
tion For the betterment of you and your people.
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The members ofthe Tri-County School Board are, Back Row: John Pudwill, Treasurer, Joe Potter, Vice-President, Ar-
nold Schultz, Ted Leisinger, Calvin Hofer. Front Row: Supt. Leo Ulcen, Dr. Carl Harberts, President, Bonnie Mar-
quardt, Secretary, Otto Schrag, Albert Duerkson.
This is the first
has been operating
nine members were
Harberts, who was
It Was 21 Time for Decisions
year, after the consolidation of the
educational systems, that Tri-County
under one Board of Education. The
elected last summer. President Carl
assisted by the Vice-President, Joe
Potter, presided over the meetings of the board.
Their iob was to supervise the activities of teachers
and students. The Board members made many decisions
throughout the year, and their interests and hard workwas
greatly appreciated by the students and the faculty.
The Voice of
"How should we line up the Home-
coming Parade?" "What are we go-
ing to do at the Christmas Party?"
"Do you think we should have another
Awards Night?" These are some of
the questions that were settled by
the Student Council, which is an or-
ganization that represents the voice
of the students of Emery High School.
Standing: Mr. Thomas, K. Schulte, M. Werning, L. Huber. Seated: C. Determan,
H. McCormick, C. Hanssen, and B. Janssen.
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Mr. Michael Thomas: Principal, Mrs. Doris Uhrich: English ll, IV, Mr. John Begeman: Biology, Agri-
Phygicg, Algebra ll, Play Di- Library Advisor, Pep Club Advisor, culture l-IV, F.F.A. Advisor
rector Debate Advisor
Teachers Promote Season of Learning
lt was the age of teaching, learning, and fun. Through
the guidance of these twelve teachers, one hundred
eighteen students merited another year's knowledge.
Principal Michael Thomas has taught at EHS for nine
years. Second in line is Mrs. Uhrich who has completed
eight years of teaching at Emery. Five of the remaining
teachers gained new experiences at EHS by joining the
staff in I969.
Mr. Orrin Townswich, due to military duties, was un-
Miss Madaline Powers: Home
Economics I-lll, General Sci-
able to teach the first semester at Emery, so Mr. Bruce
Huber was hired to fill the position.
Along with all the teaching, the administration had
other duties such as keeping quiet study halls and being
advisors to activities, but most important was the motivat-
ing atmosphere which was provided by the faculty, as the
stepping stones in the students' futures.
Every school needs agood faculty, and we feel that the
teachers at EHS have fulfilled this requirement.
Mrs. Blanch Roddick: English I, Ill,
ence, F.H.A. Advisor Mr. Ronald Wiblemo: Guidance French I, II
Mr. Donald Bagley: American Gov- Mr. Jack Stewart: High School Physi- Mr. Dean Randall: Algebra l,
ernment, Football, Track, Psycholo- cal Education, American History, Geometry, Trigonometry, Senior
gy, Grade Physical Education, Bas- Geography, Basketball Math, Annual Advisor
"Two of the 'Good Goy5"' "Teaching goes better with Coke!"
Miss Charlene Jacobson: Typing,
Mr. Bruce Huber: Bond ond Vocol Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Drill Team
Director Director, Paper Advisor, Girl's Track Mr. Orrin Townswick: Band
and Vocal Director
Mrs. Fox and Mrs. Wiblemo cooked tasty meals for Meals for the fifth grade through high school were prepared
the first four grades. by Mrs. Tegels and Mrs. Hofer.
Alds Help School Functlon Properly
No school can function with just administrators, teach- fulfilled by Dick Folkerts and Joan McCormick. Mr.
ers, and students. A successful school must include all Folkerts was kept busy as chief custodian of both Emery
the "extras." schools. Likewise, Mrs. McCormick was kept busy as a
The student body must have energy to study. This was regular "girl Friday."
supplied each day by a nourishing meal prepared by Mrs. The teachers owe a great deal to the teachers' aides.
Fox and Mrs. Wiblemo ffirst through fourth graclesl: Mrs. Teaching would have been quite hectic without Mrs.
Hofer and Mrs. Tegels lfifth through twelfth gradesl. Wethor, Mrs. Sweeney, and Mrs. Bleeker.
To keep the school running smoothly, there must be a The students would like to thank these nine people who
custodian and schoolsecretary. These iobs were faithfully have clone so much to make this school yeara success.
Dick Folkerts was the custodian for the Joan McCormick was the schools' hard- Assisting the teachers were Mrs. Swee-
schools in Emery. working secretary. ney, Mrs. Bleeker, and Mrs. Wethor,
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It Was the Age of Achievements
In I966, tvventy-nine energetic "green" freshmen en-
tered the halls of Emery High endowed with creativity
Their freshman year passed rather complacently except
for the Fact that one of their members was on the varsity
basketball team and they also contributed two " B" cheer-
Things began to liven up a bit during their second year
at EHSas the newness to their surroundings wore off. Two
new students joined the original class: Peter Grondorf
and Tom Schulte. This class, as sophomores, also won
their First place homecoming float with the caption "Cut
Terry Janssen was one of the starting tive who led the
Eagles to the State "B" tournaments that year and re-
turned home with fourth place honors.
Their junior year brought many unforgettable memories
which included their class play, "The Boarding House
Reach." The Emery basketball team, which included
members of this class, again returned to the State "B's"
and came home in seventh place. This was also the year
that the drill team was organized and tour ofthe girls
took part in it. For theirtirst Jr. -Sr. Banquet, they chose
the theme "Apple Blossom Time."
Larry Schultz Diane Huber Peter Grondorf
Robert Terveen Linda Leitheiser Vernon Osterloo
Helen McCormick was chosen Girls Stater, with Amy
Nolan alternate. Vernon Osterloo was selected as Boy's
Stater, with Bill Olinger alternate. Darlene Marquardt
was the top magazine salesman. Amy Nolan won sixth
place in the Voice of Democracy Contest. Jerilyn Lang-
le and Linda Leitheiser assumed their roles as iunior edi-
tors For the Eagleg and Darlene Marquardt and Amy Nolan
were iunior editors for the "Wheel. "
Many awards and honors were bestowed upon them, and
a record of these things can be Found on the following pages
of this book of memories.
The seniors will long remember the "best of times and the
worst of times" during their Four years at EHS.
"Dar, are you sure that's right?"
Terry Janssen Helen McCormick Ronald Determon
DOUglGS ROWl6y Lindo Huber Jerome Juchf
"Here, this is the way to make Flowers. I
"Come on Helen, you cc1n't keep them alll
Thomas Schulte Carol Defermon Kenneth Schulte
Jules Glanzer Jerilyn Langle Rodney Fluth
lsn't thai' hompsfer cure. "
"Hey, 'rake 0 picture of Audrey!"
David Williams Darlene Marquurdf William Olinger
Daniel Werhor Audrey Flurlw Larry Plucker
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Daniel Edzards Connie Hanssen Daniel Bahmuller
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"Poor substitute For the real thing?l
"Hey, the camera's over here, Dar!"
"Will he bite me?"
" Stop looking over my shoulder."
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Lawmakers 1n Act1on gy 'pp 9' '
It was a dark, early hour when on January 28, l97O,
almost all the Emery High seniors boarded the bus for the
annual trip to Pierre.
Both the House of Representatives and the Senate were
visited while they were in session. Senator Richard
Kneip introduced the Emery group to the Senate.
lt was the class of '70's privilege to witness Miss
South Dakota being instated as an official representative
of South Dakota.
During their Free time, the students visited the museum,
Highway Department, and State Library.
"He's all buffalo from head to hoof. "
What's with the door prize, girls?
It Was the Age of Enlightenment
ln August T969 these 25 juniors entered EHS as upper-
classmen. The "rat-race" all began with their skit at
homecoming and ended with leading the seniors in on
Putting on the junior play, selling magazines, receiv-
ing their class rings, and planning the junior-senior ban-
quet were the notable events of their "fun-packed" junior
Girl and Boy Staters were Kathy Schulte and Alvin
Decker. Their alternates were Harriet Bleeker and Jerry
Determan. Because of her writing ability, Harriet Bleek-
er also won the REA trip to Washington 'D.C. These are A
only a few of the honors the juniors have received.
Sports and music filled many hours of their time, too.
The class officers for the year were: Jerry Determan,
president, Jane Olinger, vice president, and Teresa
Jucht, secretary-treasurer. Their advisors were Miss
Powers and Mr. Bagley.
"Roman Holiday" was the theme of the Junior-Senior
Banquet which featured a steak supper. To add to their
income, the juniors put on the play "Washington Never
Slept Here" on October 23 and 25.
The years to come promise to be even more Filled with
activities, studies, and fun for the class of '7l.
"These shoes will get the best of me
Not an old fashioned hay ride?
Lou Rae Langle
Mary Ellen Richter
"Come on, Judy, it's not that badl"
It Was a Year of Growing
Embarking upon their second year of their high school
training, thirty-three fun-loving sophomores decided
that this was the year to make school life interesting,
Even though their number dwindled by one, when Keith
Wahl moved to Yankton, their ingenuity and skills were
put to practice throughout the year.
They began last fall by preparing a skit which was pre-
sented on coronation night, one of their boys was the
Master of Ceremonies that same night, and hours of con-
structive work and Fun were spent in the building of their
Throughout the year, this class contributed to the vari-
ous activities taking place at EHS. Several ofthe boys
were active in football, basketball, and track. Mike
Lienamenn became a student manager and Mary Ellen
Richter was a "B" cheerleader. They were also represent
ed in the band and vocal music departments as well as
the other school organizations.
ln addition to the extracurricular activities, the sopho-
more's abilities as future surgeons was put to the test in
biology class. Those days spent dissecting worms, frogs,
craytish, and other specimens of interest will probably
bring back many memories to these students in the years
I'll have the answer in a second."
"Do you think this will be big enough?
At least some of the sophomores study.
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"Can you handle it Mark?"
It Was a Time of Beginning
While most Freshman classes tend to be "scared to death"
of the upperclassmen, this year's class certainly proved
to be the exception!
Adapting themselves to a new style ot education was
no problem for these twenty-nine out-going scholars.
lt wasn't very long before they managed to "hold their
own" in the varied escapades ofthe older EHS'ers. Daryl
Terveen gave the class a Fine beginning when he became
the only starting Freshman on the Eagle Football team.
Kevin Janssen won the humorous division in declam.
Mary Jo Michels, Susan Mayer, and Muriel Terveen
chimed in as "B" cheerleaders. Tom Tornow and Mark
Werning gained experience in speech after they joined
the EHS debate squad. They were also well represented
in other EHS organizations and activities.
lf this first year of their high school education is any
indication of the future, this class will surely prove to
be a great asset to EHS.
These freshmen were not to be outdone by the other
classes when it came to proving their originality. They
were known For their exceptionally humorous skits at
pep rallies and their ingenuity was shown when they
constructed bulletin boards For the school sportsmanship
"Hurry up, Tom, open it!"
"Who won that last game of tic-tac-toe?
"We see you too, Muriel l"
Kathy Schulte and Alvin Decker were chosen as
Girl and Boy Staters.
The following seniors received recognition for their scholastical achievements.
Back Row, left to right: Carol Determan, Darlene Marquarclt, Amy Nolan,
Linda Leitheiser, and Helen McCormick.
Harriet Bleeker earned a trip to Washington D.C. with
her essay on Rural Electrification.
Helen McCormick was the 1970 Betty Crocker Home-
maker of Tomorrow.
Carol Determan placed first in the region with her essay
"Why You've Got a Lot to Live."
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It Was a Time of joy and Tears
The tension mounted during the entire week For
the royalty members. Finally on September l8,
T969, Coronation festivities were held. Bill .lan-
ssen served as Master of Ceremonies. Each class
presented a comedy skit which filled the evening
with Fun, laughs, and frolic. The musical enter-
tainment was performed by the E. H. S. Band and
a group of senior boys which was enjoyed by every
one. The King and Queen of Emery High School
For T969-T970 were to be announced. Amidst
tears of ioy and gasps of surprise, King Terry Jan-
ssen and Queen Helen McCormick were crowned.
Queen Helen was presented with a bouquet of
roses which the Pep Club Furnished. The other
four attendants were Larry Plucker, Diane Huber,
Rodney Fluth, and Jerilyn Langle.
Dale Werning and Carolyn Roskens, the T969 king and queen,
crowned Terry Janssen and Helen McCormick, the T970 homecom-
ing king and queen.
Floating to Victory
The traditional bonfire was held with King Terry ignit-
ing the "M" which was built by the freshman agriculture
boys. The pep rally and the snake dance which was held
on Main Street, brought the coronation festivities of
1969-1970 to a climax.
The Homecoming events on September 19, 1969, will
long be remembered by the student body of Emery High '
School. That week each class and various organizations
worked diligently on their floats striving to capture first
The day was highlighted by a parade through the down-
town district which featured the royalty, E. H.S. Band,
F. H.A., F.F.A. , drill team, and the senior, junior,
sophomore, and freshman floats. The Emery businessmen
and grade school also participated. The judges classified
the floats into two classifications: beauty and originality.
The sophomore class captured first place honors in the cli-
vision of originality while the juniors captured first place
honors in the division of beauty.
The evening was spent at the ball park where everyone
enjoyed the Homecoming football game with Montrose
as our opponent, which proved to be a very thrilling
game. A social sponsored by the town's youth organi-
zation completed the "fun-loving" Homecoming events.
Students viewed the traditional bonfire.
Library is Improved
After several years with the library in a small corner, it
was Finally moved behind a partition in the study hall. Sev-
eral of the librarians worked very hard to get the library in
its new position, this also encouraged them to keep the li-
brary neat and clean, too.
Under the supervision of Mrs. Uhrich, library supervisor,
and Darlene Marquardt, head librarian, there were several
eager competent librarians, which included, four sophomores
Five iuniors, and eight seniors who alternately assisted in
making the library a good place to study and a good place
to check out books and magazines. The library has increas-
ed by many books, new magazine subscriptions, two new
tables, a large desk, two small tables for typewriters, and
Even though the moving of the library pushed the seniors
to their own home room instead of in study hall, it was well
worth it. Everyone knows a good library is a necessity in
any school. One interesting observation was the observance
of National Library Week, April 12-18, with many posters
and decorations hanging on the book shelves. During Na-
tional Library Week, there were l22 books and 22 reference
magazines checked out ofthe library. The school had pur-
chased approximately 200 books during the year.
These seventeen librarians worked hard to keep the library in order
LEFT TO RIGHT, BARITONES: E. Hofer, J. Jucht, BASS HORNS: B. Plucker, P. Arend, CLARINETS: C. Determan, J. Oling
Winter, D. Geppert, P. Doorn, A. Swyter, CORNETS: W. Hoffman, D. Bartel, D. Rowley, J. Glanzer, A. Decker, W. Hoffmi
N. Determan, N. Wolff, S. Weeldreyer, L. Leitheiser, M. Michels, S. Mayer, M. Lubbers, FRENCH HORNS: L. Osterloo,
Klock, B. Bleeker, l. Voss, R. Voss, TROMBONES: R. Leitheiser, D. Roskens, L. Pluclcer, D. Edzards, DIRECTOR: B. Hub
Band Presents Two Concerts
This year, Emery High School's forty-eight member During the second semester, Mr. Townswick returned
band met with a unique experience. to direct the band in their daily rehearsals!
During the first semester, the band was directed by While under the direction of Mr. Huber, the band
Mr. Bruce Huber, who acted as interim director while marched in the homecoming parades at Emery and Bridge-
Mr. Orrin Townswick was serving military duty. water and in the "Blue and While Day" parade at Mit-
The Brass Quartet received a " l" rating. Those partici- Members of the Trumpet Trio were: A. Decker, D. Bartel, and
pating in the quartet were: D. Edzards, T. Jucht, D. W. Hoffman. Their efforts were rewarded with a "l" rating.
Bartel, and W. Hoffman.
"Hey, Jane, do your feet hurt, too?"
i Pudwell, L. Huber, C. Hanssen, K. Lehr, G. Leitheiser, N. Weber, J.
. Jucht, DRUMS: E. Braden, T. Tornow, J. Thomas, R. Weber, FLUTES:
inssen, T. Jucht, OBOE: H. Bleeker, SAXOPHONES: M. Terveen, S.
chell. The band also presented a tall concert to the pub- ent rating for their presentations of "The Naval Sea Cadet
. lic. March"and "Simple Gifts. " During the spring, the band
l When Mr. Townswick returned, it was contest time. presented a concert to the public.
j Mr. Townswick accompanied the band to the Region ll All in all, the band experienced a very successful
l Band Contest in Madison. The band received an excell- year.
Wendell Hoffman received a superi- Leading Emery's great marching band For this year were: D. Huber, T.,
or rating on his trumpet solo. Dannenbring, H. Bleeker, P. Krier, and P. Osterloo.
These sixty students participated in mixed chorus each week.
It Was a Time for Song
Since the beginning of time, music has been an essential
part of the life of every American. So it was in the lives
ofthe students of EHS.
The mixed chorus, consisting of sixty members, was di-
rected by Mr. Bruce Huber and Mr. Orrin Townswick.
From the mixed chorus there came several select groups
that represented the school at various functions. ln No-
vember Nancy Weber, Jules Glanzer, Carol Determan,
and Dan Edzards participated in the All-State Chorus held
in Sioux Falls.
The chorus, Girl's Glee, and Boy's Glee presented a
Christmas concert under the direction of Mr. Bruce Huber.
ln February Mr. Townswick returned from the National
Guard and began preparing the groups for the Cornbelt
Conference Music Festival. They participated in the Fes-
tival in Salem.
The Region ll Music Contest was held in Madison in
which the entire chorus, Boy's Glee, and Girl's Glee took
part. They received two "excellents" and one "good,"
Connie, Mary Jo, and Linda accompanied the choral
The following students were chosen for All-State Chorus. J. Glanzer, N.
Weber, C. Determan, and D. Edzards.
The Madrigal group sang at many school events and social gatherings
These students presented their solos at the contest held in Madison.
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Filling the school with song every Thursday afternoon are these fifty-eight girls.
It Was a Time of Harmony
Each Friday morning fifty-eight Emery High School
girls entered the music room to participate in the Girls
Glee Club. They presented the numbers "One God" and
"More" at the music contest in Madison. A lll rating
was received for their efforts. A various number of se-
lections were presented at the spring and tall vocal con-
Thirty-two members were in the Boys Glee Club this
year. They received a ll rating on the song "Let There
Be Music" which they presented at the music contest in
Madison. The boys worked diligently during the school
year to learn some of the more difficult numbers Mr.
Townswick chose for them to sing. They sang a few se-
lections at both the spring and fall vocal concerts.
These thirty-two boys received a ll rating at the vocal contest in Madison.
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Back Row: J. Winter, D. Geppert, N. Determan, T. Olinger, D. Rowley, W. Hoffman, M. Werning. Middle Row:
M. Richter, N. Schliech, D. Pudwill, K. Schulte, M. Sweeney, l. Voss, L. Leitheiser. Front Row: Miss Powers, l.
Fauth, A. Nolan, J. Kaiser, J. Schliech, G. Leitheiser, B. Wethor. Seated: C. Determan, D. Winkel, P. Gron-
dorf, and K. Janssen.
Debate Added to Curriculum
Several of the EHS students involved themselves in
speech activities such as debate and declam during the
school year. ,
A number of students participated in the various de-
clamation divisions: poetry, humorous, dramatics, and
oratory. Hours of hard work went into each individual's
chosen selection. The average length of the declam
pieces was ten minutes and the orations had to be mem-
The 1969 declam winners were Kevin Janssen, humor-
ous, Debra Winkle, poetry, Carol Determan, dramatics,
and Peter Grondorf, oratory.
Debate was a new activity this year. Eight students
were interested enough to form two debate teams. Larry
Plucker and Tom Tornow, Darlene Marquardt and Amy
Nolan debated affirmative while Peter Grondorf and
Mark Werning, Doug Rowley and Kathy Schulte debated
These eight debaters, under the direction of Mrs. Uh-
rich, spent hours "digging up" information relating to
the state debate topic: "Resolved: That the United States
Should Prohibit Unilateral Military lntervention in For-
eign Countries. "
An invitational inexperienced debate held in Brookings
was the first real debate in which these eight scholars
participated. Altogether, they won four of the rounds of
debates: Darlene and Amy won two, Peter and Mark,
Larry and Tom won one apiece.
Standing: Mrs. Uhrich, D. Rowley, D. Marquardt, P. Grondorf, L.
Plucker. Seated: K. Schulte, A. Nolan, M. Werning, T. Tornow.
Ruth Voss and Kathy Schulte were chosen to be the iunior editors of this
"Not ANOTHER mistake!" yearns annual,
It Was a Time for
Putting in Long Hours
With Mr. Dean Randall assisting as photographer and
advisor, co-editors Jerilyn Langle and Linda Leitheiser
put in many hours of work directing the annual staff.
This group of nineteen seniors and two juniors have
strived to capture in pictures the "age of wisdom and the
age of foolishness" to be imprinted forever in the mem-
ories of those who read this yearbook.
I just don't know, Tom."
Twenty-one members of the annual staff and their advisor Mr. Randall worked very hard putting together the 1970 " Eagle. "
It Was a Time for
Writing and Rewriting
these twenty-one people worked together to give a party
complete with assorted games, a scavenger hunt, and a
seance. It was immensely enjoyed by the whole high
tors Amy Nolan and Darlene Marquardt gained practical
Amy and Jane complete the scrapbook.
The editors hard at work.
Besides writing and publishing the paper each week,
Under the supervision of Miss Charlene Jacobson, edi-
perience in writing and editing the school paper.
A consultation session with the advisor.
These twenty-one students contributed items for the school paper.
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These fifty-eight girls worked in many activities preparing as future homemalcers. Officers provided a year of fun and excitement.
FHA Members Acquire Homemaking Skills
The Future Homemakers of America, consisting of fifty-
eight members, participated in a very successful year as
they learned to live a more useful and satisfying life
throughout Future Homemal4er's Activities. The girls en-
joyed slides on Washington and a demonstration on gen-
eral beauty by Stewart's School of Hairstyling. ln Jan-
uary, the Future Farmers of America were invited to a
return toboggan party at Mayflower Hill. Other events
in which the parents were included were Daddy Date
Night where two foreign exchange students spoke, and
the annual spring style show entitled "Age of Aquarius."
Leaders of the organization under the guidance of Miss
Powers were Helen McCormick, Jerilyn Langle, Kathy
Schulte, Jane Olinger, Ruth Voss, Linda Huber, Carol
Determan, and Linda Leitheiser.
Eight new officers will plan toward new hori- "Future Homemakers'?'??'?" "There she is..." The style show featured
zons in homemaking.
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Under the direction of Mr. John Begeman, these future farmers gained knowledge through agricultural programs, activities, and pro-
FFA Crowns First Sweetheart
The Emery FFA crowned their first Chapter Sweetheart
this year. Twyla Dannenbring fiuniorl was chosen from
the othercontestants who were Mary Ellen Richter fsopho-
morel and Mary Jo Michels ftreshmanl.
Some of the highlights during the year were the State
Convention at Brookings, the Parent-Son Banquet, and
the senior field trip to Denver.
Several of the boys earned awards during the year. Ron
Weeldreyer deserves extra credit for winning the State
Dairy Award. Brad Buehner made a fine show as he
placed third in the state Poultry tudging contest. Many
of the freshman boys participated in iudging teams which
did well in the contests they entered.
These FFA boys are setting up decor Mr. Begeman is presenting Ron Weeldreyer his Twylq Dqnnenbring was crowned
ations For the Parent-Son Banquet. State Dairy Award. FFA Sweetheart.
"Hey, you guys, quit pushing!"
Gee, Honey, you're a blast. "
"Yea, tweet, tvveet . "
The mystery-comedy, "Washington Never Slept Here"
was a great success for the Junior class. Under the di-
rection of Mr. Thomas, the play was presented on Oc-
tober 23 and 25, T969. ln Washington's Headquarters
in New Jersey, Mr. Mathews fJerry Determanl, who runs
the place for the Department of lnterior, is having his
share of problems. His immediate superior fCharles
Schultel is coming to inspect the place--.qon the very
day that a weird ghost fDale Determanl suddenly appears,
which only Mr. Mathews sees. Everybody thinks he is
crazy, including his teenage children, Rod fAlvin Deck-
erl, Becky fHarriet Bleekerl, Jeannie Uane Olingerl,
and his wife fTeresa Juchtl. Rod is running from Nancy
Ueannie Winterjp Becky and her friend Bugs CTwyla
Dannenbringl are trying to get boyfriends. Jeannie is
always eating. Mr. Mathews blurts out the news about
his seeing a ghost.
The boss and his wife fRuth Vossl are convinced that
everybody around the place is crazy until Mrs. White
disappears and a seance brings the ghost. Adding to the
confusion was Mary fMary Schultel, Jack fWendall Hoff-
manl, Miss Lilibet lNan McCormickl, and Miss Snyder
"That's music?" "He loves me, he loves me not."
Seniors in Play Are
Hillbillies at Heart
On April T6 and l7, the senior class presented the three-
act play entitled "Hillbilly Weddin." Maw Belsnickle
fDarlene Marquardtl thought it was time for a wedding,
but Paw fDoug Rowleyl was given the task of finding mates
for their daughters: Ceelie CAudrey Fluthl, Bonnie Mae
fAmy Nolanl, Juney Lou CHelen McCormickl, Four Ueri
Langlel, Five lDiane Huberl, and Six lLinda Leitheiserl.
A Feud, started by a kiss, was used to trap a husband for
Ceelie, Uncle Zeke lDan Bahmullerl and Cousins lRod
Fluth, Jules Glanzer, and Dan Edzardsl used their guns to
blast at the Upschlager boys, Obeey fTom Schultel and
Chiz fVernon Osterlool. To make matters worse, two city
dudes, Ronald Maxwell fPeter Grondortl and his Aunt Lucy
fCarol Determanl, were forced to stay with the Belsnickles
Aunt Lucy Felt that Ronald was paying too much attention
to the mountain gals, and did everything in her power to
discourage a friendship from starting. The Reverend fLarry
Pluckerl was called to perform a wedding between Ceelie
and Ronald, who had to be held at gunpoint. Obeey rush-
ed in at the last second to save the day by marrying Ceelie.
The play was a great success, and greatly en ioyed by the
cast as well as Mr. Thomas, the director.
"He'll never know what hit him!
"Sock it to 'em, Maw!"
"We sacrificed comfort for style."
Banquet is enjoyed by Supt. and Mrs. Uken.
"Listening to someone else's problems always
Banquet Was Enjoyed by All
The .lunior-Senior Banquet, under the theme "Roman Holiday,
was held May l, 1970, at Chef Louie's Steakhouse in Mitchell
at 6:30 p.m.
The menu consisted of orange juice, tossed salad, baked po-
tatoes, dinner steaks, biscuits, relishes, chocolate sundaes,
milk, coffee, nuts, and mints.
The junior class welcome was given by Jerry Determan, and
followed by a response from senior, Darlene Marquardt. After
the delicious meal, a short speech "A Typical Day at Emery
High School" was given by Mrs. Blanche Roddick. This was fol-
lowed by an original skit by Wendell Hoffman. The senior class
will and prophecy were read by Teresa Jucht and Alvin Decker.
Mary Schulte read the popularity poll. The evening of fun was
completed by the traditional jokes and farewell speech by Prin-
cipal Mr. Thomas.
"ls it your girlfriend, Wendell?"
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"Do you really mean that, Diane?" "Speed" Osterloo collects his track award
This is Where the People Are
Sandy, the number one attraction in the sophomore "and now, the envelope, please.
"The team needs your support." "Laugh and the world laughs with you."
Hey, Tom, what are you doing with that sandal in
Doug, you can't do that! l ll
I need it more than you do! !
Even teachers have fun on Skip Day!
It Was a Time of Foolishness
On May 20, l970, thirty seniors boarded the bus at
6:45 A. M. Their destination For skip day was Lake Oko-
boji at Arnolcl's Park, Iowa. The day was spent riding the
various rides and just plain "goofing-off." On the way
home, they stopped in Sioux Falls at Walt and Mary's
restaurant For supper. The rest of the evening was spent
by going to the movies of their choice. About 9:30
P.M. , the thirty seniors were homeward bound. All in
all, the day was an event the senior class of 1970 will
"Did you hear what l heard?"
"I don't believe it."
lt was a somber time For the seniors
The girls stater and boys stater led the seniors in.
It Was a Time for Reminiscing
The long walk, led by the girl and boy staters, began
the baccalaureate services For the seniors. Baccalaureate
services were held on the rainy evening of May 24, at
the Emery City Auditorium, with Reverend Carl Evers
officiating. The program included musical selections by
the madrigal. The numbers they presented were " O Love
How Deep" and "You'll Never Walk Alone." The topic
Reverend Evers spoke on was "Loyalty to Our Heritage."
The processional and recessional marches were played by
Mary Jo Michels.
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I Mr. Lloyd Uecker gave the Commencement
The long awaited march began. address'
A Time for Mixed Emotions
"Let us press on, Forgetting the past cmd looking For-
ward to the Future," was the motto which the Class of
'70 selected. The class Flower was the white rose, the
class colors, lavender and silver.
Mr. Lloyd Uecker, who is the Direction of the Division
of Teacher's Education and Certifications at Pierre, was
the Featured speaker at Commencement, which was held
Tuesday, May 26. Dr. Harberts presented the diplomas
to the deserving seniors. The program included the vocal
selections "Halls of Ivy" sung by the senior girls and
" No Man ls an Island" sung by the madrigal.
The seniors will long remember their high school years
as the "age of wisdom, the age of foolishness, and the The senior girls sang the traditional song, "The
season of light." Halls of Ivy."
"Hey guys, we made it!" Shed a tear for good 'ol EHS.
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Poppy Organizations Initiated School Spirit
This is the second year the "Twenty in Red" provided
entertainment at athletic events for EHS. These twenty
loyal Eagle supporters practiced under the guidance of
Miss Jacobson and Mr. Huber. Linda Huber was chosen
as the iunior leader.
Early in the fall, the girls made a field trip to Sioux
Falls where the O'Gorman High "Pages" gave the girls
many new tips on performing and composing new drills.
Never in the history of EHS has such a devoted Pep
Club been assembled.
Under thedirection of President Jerilyn Langle and ad-
vised by Mrs. Uhrich, the EHS Pep Club walked into the
bleachers determined to cheer the team to a victory.
ln order to promote school spirit, the Pep Club spon-
soreda contest forthe mostspiritedclass. The competition
was rough, but the Senior class took top honors.
With the "Twenty in Red" forming the traditional "E," the Emery Pep Club cheered EHS to "Great" records in both foot-
ball and basketball.
The E-Club was made up of twenty-tour mem-
bers. There were twelve seniors, Five juniors,
six sophomores, and two freshmen. All of these
boys had to have lettered in a school-sponsored
They showed their originality by entering a
float in the homecoming parade.
Mr. Jack Stewart and Mr. Donald Bagley
served as advisors.
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The "E" Club was representative of the athletes of Emery High School
H. McCormick, C. Schultz, E. Fauth, and D. Huber were known for their pep, zest,
ln November, the student body elected one
sophomore and three freshmen to be cheerleaders
For the " B" basketball team. These four girls
enthusiastically led the cheers during the "B"
basketball games and assisted the "A" cheer-
leaders in the school song and other cheers.
Enthusiastically supporting the team
throughout the football and basketball
seasons, these Four iunior and senior
girls provided inspiration for both the
team and the student body.
They attended a cheerleading clinic
in September and brought back valu-
able tips which were put to good use
throughout the year in cheering the
team on to victory.
S. Mayer, M. Richter, M. Terveen, and M. Michels sparked the "B" team
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Back Row: Coach Bagley, P. Grondorf, R. Fluth, L. Schultz, B. Terveen, D. Determan, D. Rowley, R. Determan, L. Plucker, J.
Determan, A. Decker, D. Terveen, W. Hoffman, D. Bartel, B. Janssen, Coach Stewart. Front Row: K. Janssen, R. Ahrendt, G.
Huber, M. Werning, J. Thomas, B. Plucker, M. Schultz, D. Rowley, P. Arend, B. Buehner, and T. Tornow.
Eagles Put Up Good Fight
This is the Emery offense in high gear against the Montrose Irish.
Eagles Post 5-4 Record
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"The first guy who tries to hit me is going
to be sorry. "
"Hey guys, how do you spell 'All-Conference'?"' B. Terveen, L. Plucker,
and R. Determan were chosen to be on the All-Conference Team.
Eagles Hard Hit
Thanks to the devotion and hard work of Coach Bagley,
Assistant Coach Stewart, Student Managers Rodney Fluth
and Peter Grondorf, five seniors, tour juniors, six sopho-
mores, and seven freshmen, the Emery Eagles football
team had a rewarding season.
The Emery Eagles worked hard and played tough, but
they were continually plagued by iniuries. They ended
the season with a 3-4 record. A very young ball team
was led by eight upperclassmen. The twelve underclass-
men also gave it everything they had to make the team
what it was. The five seniors, Larry Schultz, Bob Ter-
veen, Larry Plucker, Doug Rawley, and Ronnie Deter-
man, were the leaders on and oft the field.
The most exciting game was played at Marion, where
our boys won the game on a Fifty yard touchdown pass in
the waning seconds ot play.
"One down, none to go."
" I wanna play, Coach, I wanna play."
B. Janssen, K. Janssen, D. Bartel, M. Werning, T. Tornow, M. Schultz, G. Huber, J. Schultz, P. Arend, D. Terveen, B. Bueh-
ner, T. Hanssen, Coach Bagley.
unior Varsity Shows Promise
The Emery "B" Team Finished the season with a very
fine T3-4 record. They were led by two sophomores and
ten freshmen. Although they were often playing against
opponents who wereolder and bigger, they seemed to pull
out the big win. Desire, defense, and hustle seemed to
be the main keys to Cl winning season. With eight mem-
bers ot the varsity gone next year, these players must be
able totake over the tradition of a winning basketball
season at Emery High School. They showed that they had
Dale Bartel goes high to score "two" for the
"good guys in white. "
Our team showed a lot of hustle.
Back Row: Coach Stewart, J. Glanzer, B. Janssen, R. Determan, T. Janssen, R. Fluth, J. Jucht, M. Lienemann. Front Row: B.
Terveen, V. Osterloo, R. Hanssen, A. Decker, W. Hoffman, and L. Schultz.
Stewart Coached Eagles to 22-2 Record
The Emery Eagles T969-T970 basketball season has to be
classified as highly successful. The Eagles accumulated
the best record ever in recent history. Under the gui-
dance of Coach Jack Stewart, the Eagles compiled a 22-2
win-loss record. The team received state wide recog-
nition in being ranked as high as number "2" many times
during the season. Bywinning fifteen games in a row, the
Eagles remained undefeated until February 7, when they
bumped heads with the tough Onida "five. " This was the
only loss suffered by the Eagles during the season. Their
only other loss was in the Regional Tournament to a team
they had beaten earlier in the season, Mt. Vernon. This
eliminated them from state competition. The Eagles won
the CornbeltConference Crown with an 8-O record. They
also won the district by disposing of Spencer and Salem
Teamwork both defensively and offensively was what
brought us our success. The defense was the strong point
of our team. Statistics prove this in that we held our
opponents to an average of fifty points per game.
This great record was not expected by most of the Emery
fans, so each win was a big one. Determination, spirit,
teamwork, and work was what led the way to our success-
lndividual honors went to Terry Janssen, who made first
team All-State. Bob Terveen, Jerome Jucht, and Terry
Janssen were selected as All-Conference. Terry Janssen,
created a state record by scoringl3l points in one week.
In addition he twice scored forty-five points in a game.
Rod Flufh "puts one up" in the midst of a crowd
Jerome pulls down ci rebound from the opposing team.
Bob drives for iwo more points. "Wl'1c1T can l do," asks the deiected Salem player
Jerome scored wvo For our team in the District 19 finals.
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Sucking your Thumb won't help, Helen
Jerome and Bob made all-conference, while Terry made
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These men are the T970 champs of District l9.
Emery Captured Fourth
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Consecut1ve DISIIICI Tltle Season s Record
Ethan 59 37
Montrose 77 52
Marion 58 36
Mt. Vernon 75 62
Menno 85 60
Spencer 73 26
Hurley 49 48
Alexandria 73 30
Bridgewater 70 47
Howard 58 33
Flandreau 93 65
Salem 59 55
Wess. Springs 72 63
Lennox 69 63
Canistota 77 49
Onida 47 55
Freeman 68 53
Tripp 63 60
Notre Dame 87 64
Parkston 86 52
"Spencer 66 36
9'Salem 64 50
HMT: Vernon 70 75
MChester 76 57
"You mean he needs a ladder?"
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"Here, take the 'stupid' thing!" "l shot a shot into the air. . . "
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Up, up and away! Nan shows her ability to run fast.
Girls Track Team
A girls track team was organized this year under the di-
rection of Miss Jacobson. Twenty-six girls were out for
track. They participated in meets at Hurley, Brookings,
and Salem .- Those that lettered in track were the 880
relay team consisting of Mary Schulte, Nan McCormick,
Mary Richter, and Audrey Fluth, the 440 relay team con-
sisting of Susan Mayer, Muriel Terveen, Mary Jo Michels,
and Delonde Geppert, Darlene Marquardt in the shot-put
and Nan McCormick in the hurdles.
"l wonder if it will break."
These four boys went to the state track meet.
Four Compete in
State Track Meet
Coach Donald Bagley led the twenty-three Emery
trackmen to such meets as the Winner Relays, Hurley Re-
lays, Tyndall Relays, Corn Palace Relays, and, of course
the Corn Belt Conference and the regional track meets.
The track team capped off a successful season by send-
ing four of its members to the state track meet in Rapid
City. B. Terveen, J. Glanzer, A. Decker, and V. Os-
terloo were the members of the 440 yard relay team that
qualified for the state meet. Although the relay team
did not place, Bob Terveen placed fifth in the TOO yard
The team was dominated by seniors and freshmen. The
mile relay was composed entirely of freshmen. These
boys contributed much to the team this year, and they
showed that they have the potential to be reckoned with
"A short jump for Vernon, a giant leap for Emery
by the other teams in the Corn Belt Conference.
"Kick it, Jules!"
"Only one more time around, Pete."
With a stride like that, you can't lose.
"Sam does his 'thing' for the Eagles
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so lr ' I 5 G P ne' no' I 5 emon "Passing off required a lot of prGctlce.'
"Chalk up another point for the Eagles." "l'm back to the good earth!"
Come on Mr. Bagley, get out of the way so I can shoot!" "Would you please get your hand out of the way so
l can see the basket! "
Minds and Bodies
Twenty freshman and sophomore boys competed in the
school physical education program throughout the year.
To stay physically fit, each boy was required to take
part in this program unless they participated in Football,
basketball, or track.
During the winter months, these boys played basketball
or they took part in a vigorous program of calisthenics,
the rest ofthe year was spent playing outdoor volleyball
or softball. These boys were under the supervision of
Micky gets ready to hit a "home run."
He is safe by a mile! "Mighty Casey" swings and hits a single for the home
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Back Row: P. Winter, T. Wolff, D. Terveen, D. Determan, M. Hanssen, S. Determan, M. Hanssen,
S. Determan, S. Buehner, J. Kayser. Middle Row: C. Lubbers, L. Langle, K. Haiar, J. Schulte,
D. Schulte, D. Newell, P. Kloclc, R. Richter. Front Row: K. Harbarts, M. Schulte, R. Weber, J.
Wethor, M. Schrader, E. Schrader, M. Olinger, Mrs. Holmes.
Back Row: M. Determon, L. Huber, L. Haiar, P. Buehner, L. Schulz, R. Williams, G. Kayser, P.
Swyter, G. Schleich, D. Schultz, D. Huber. Middle Row: T. Kayser, R. Hanssen, D. Osterloo,
C. Marquardt, J. Arencl, F. Olthoff, C. Bahmuller, L. Michels, E. Glanzer, M. Krier. Front Row:
Mrs. Hanssen, L. Tegels, P. Buehler, G. Thomas, M. Smith, D. Hanssen, C. Nolan, G. Lienemann,
B. Schleich, K. Krier, R. Miller.
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Back Row: G. Schulte, J. Ruden, S. Fluth, M. Winter, S. Lienemann, T. Buehler, H. Bleeker, T. Hub
er, M. Jucht, J. Ruden, T. Heitzman, Mr. Pullman. Middle Row: L. Janssen, N. Wolff, S. Jucht, H.
Bartscher, S. Schleich, D. Welker, J. Terveen, M. Lubbers, K. Langle, A. Bartscher, J. Hanssen, G.
Schrader. Front Row: T. Thomas, L. Wethor, R. Leitheiser, J. Terveen, M. Schrader, E. Braden, A.
Swyter, B. Winkel, C. Determan, C. Miller, K. Olinger, D. Roskens.
This year was a busy
and fun-filled one for
these 23 girls and boys
guided by Mrs. Holmes.
They contributed much
to the grade school
The seventh grade spent
another profitable and
memorable year at
Emery High School.
Mrs. Hanssen helped
these students develop
their many talents.
These 35 eighth grad-
ers participated in
many events which
made the year enjoy-
able. Mr. Pullman
led these students
through many new
These T3 third graders
worked diligently under
the direction of Mrs.
Schroeberl. The stu-
dents felt this year was
filled with fun and ex-
Back Row: F. Bartscher, D. Schnabel, T. Thomas, K. Winkle, K. Determan, S. Determan, D. Schulte.
Front Row: Mrs. Schroeberl, N. Smith, S. Weelclreyer, W. Johnston, M. Determan, J. Osterloo, M.
This year many
took place to pro-
vide the fourth
grade an enioyable
year. Mrs. Scheetz
helped these stu-
Back Row: J. Marquardt, V. Schrader, L. Langle, G. Buehner, D. Keiper, K. Schnabel, B. Burckhardt, E.
Wolff, B. Wethor. Middle Row: G. Hanssen, L. Schultz, L. Doorn, S. Determan, T. Plucker, E. Bartscher,
D. Schliech, D. Hanssen, K. Winter. Front Row: B. Juhnlce, D. Olinger, S. Harberts, R. Smith, J. Osterloo,
R. Terveen, T. Miller, M. Newman, D. Schulte, Mrs. Scheetz. Not Pictured: S. Bahmuller.
The 30 fifth grad-
ers spent much of
their time writing
poems and short
these students many
Back Row: Mrs. Thompson, M. Kayser, J. Fluth, M. Terveen, L. Terveen, D. Burckhardt, G. Determan, D.
Janssen, J. Arend, D. Bartscher. Middle Row: G. Hanssen, R. Schliech, T. Huber, K. Determan, K. Thomas,
C. Heitzman, R. Pudwill, M. Edzards, D. Determan, J. Schulte, L. Terveen. Front Row: D. Marquardt, L.
Glanzer, C. Schnabel, T. Krier, C. Swyter, S. Langle, J. Huber, K. Juhnlce, S. Osterloo, P. Smith.
dents set new goals.
Back Row: Miss Remacle, N. Schulte, L. Buehner, K. Dorale, R. Marquardt, T. Osterloo, P. Oster-
loo, M. Huber, D. Schulte. Front Row: T. Winter, G. Newman, I. Bartcher, T. Kayser, S. Weel-
dreyer, T. Junke, J. Burkhart, L. Harberts.
Back Row: G. Plucker, K. Kayser, L. Langle, K. Decker, G. Bartscher, R. Hanssen, S. Weber, M.
Schulte, R. Miller. Front Row: J. Smith, J. Lienemann, J. Mayer, J. Presuhn, K. Johnson, J.
Determan, T. Winter, G. Huber, Mrs. Lehrman. Not Pictured: J. Osterloo.
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Back Row: T. Jucht, K. Buehner, K. Doorn, L. Terveen, G. Schulte, C. Schulte, A. Newman.
Front Row: Mrs. Hummel, F. Smith, C. Olinger, P. Presuhn, C. Lehrman, K. Kayser, K. Harberts,
These sixteen kindergarten
students, under the di-
rection ot Miss Remacle,
spent their first year gain-
ing knowledge and par-
ticipating in many learn-
These eighteen First grad-
ers eagerly entered Emery
Grade School. Mrs.
Lehrman helped the stu-
dents toward greater
learning and knowledge.
One ofthe most exciting
events of the year For
them was participating in
the grade operetta which
was presented in the
Under the experienced
guidance of their teacher
Mrs. Hummel, these four-
teen second graders ad-
vanced another step up
the ladder of knowledge.
Participating in the Home-
coming parade was one of
their most memorable
Under the direction of Mr. Huber, the "B" band participated in concerts and contests.
The "flowers, bunnies, and sunbeams" welcomed spring in song. Mrs. Hoffman taught these young
people many things about music.
Grades Displayed Talents in Music
The grade school music department had both a pro-
ductive and enjoyable year. The "B" band members, the
future leaders of the high school band, participated in
several concerts and attended a contest in the course of
the school year. Under the direction of Mrs. Hoffman,
the students presented an operetta entitled "The Voices
of Spring." A lot of hard work paid off as the evening
proved to be a great success.
Top Row: R. Leitheiser, M. Winter, T. Buehler, S. Lienemann, H. Bleeker, S. Fluth, R. Williams, Coach Bag-
ley. Middle Row: G. Schulte, D. Roskens, M. Krier, E. Glanzer, J. Arend, R. Hanssen, S. Michels. Front
Row: L. Wethor, N. Wolff, L. Huber, D. I-lanssen.
Ended Season With One Loss
Mr. Bagley coached the seventh and eighth grade team L., Duane R. , and Ronnie H. By defeating Spencer in
to a brilliant season. They ended the season with a T2-l their last game in the tournament, they received third
record. place in the conference.
Their starters were Steve L., Matt K., Mike W. , Roger
Roger Richter, Morris Terveen, Mike
Olinger, Ricky Weber, and Gary Hanssen
were the starters on the fifth and sixth
grade basketball team.
The team, coached by Mr. Bagley,
finished the season with a 4-5 record.
They feel that their most exciting game
was with Freeman. The game was very
close and they lost 33-3l .
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Burckhardt, M. Terveen, R. Richter, M. Olinger, R, Weber. Cheerleaders: J.
Wethor, T. Krier, T. Wolff, L. Terveen.
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