Fargo South High School - Bruin Yearbook (Fargo, ND)

 - Class of 1977

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Q 0 'I 1 . +' is ag Y 2:1 I 121 8. L' -ff f - 5' 4 Ajlfffif 1 , 5 ' . i JH. K 'h N , , ' ' ' X V l1i is ' I I Vg, '- 2 E I W , . ,V ' Vg: VV , .g,f A V VVVVVV 'Q 'V V L .9 ,V ' VVVV . A 'VVV ' Q i 1 A M , 9 ' ' I A WXj'L Q ' 'i 1 Q iw E 3 V A A ian-Q f at ., ,LV ,,.NA , .V.,. V VLAi ,V RV fa r i H ' V IHVA : M . ,,.e - 1 I Q X' W , . i , ,," i h ' K W df - l V. if VV KSEI, I "' ' ,V Vi V In M l .1,q,W1 ' V' V ' i L, , A L .V,, ,V V X Wg: ig V- P gr Q 1 K :QV VV r K 9' V ,i . K I p f - ". lv, 7 6 .1 l ,Q i ,,, . Wifi V W V , Al VV V?g VV, ,1 ' 9 V, 1 . V VVV U V 2431? ' W, ,,, , 5 lf O ' n Q Ever Changingg Always Striving To Improve Since its beginning, Fargo South High has been ever changing, always striving to improve what they already have. Ten years has brought about many changes here at South, not only in academics but in all the other areas. Like all schools just starting out, South had its complications. For the first four months of the first year, South was without a gymnasium. Not only was the gym uncompleted but the whole area beyond the present day gym doors was still under construction. This included the music rooms and home economics rooms. The gym classes spent a lot of time walking outdoors and when it rained they watched films. The music classes met in the basement where the ILC Klndependent Learning Centerl is now located. Other problems that confused the first year at South included uncompleted class rooms and the entrance of the freshmen into the high school. According to Mr. Otto Bernhoft, Southls first principal, the freshmen were "resented', by the older students. Mr. Burnhoft was the principal at Central High School before it burned down and he remained principal at South until 1970. Many things were changed during those first years at South, including the shortening of the class periods from 55 minutes to 40 minutes. The chemistry classes were one of the biggest reasons for changing the class period length because 55 minutes was not enough time for a lab and a double period C80 minutesl was just the right length. eighteen-Academics One of the best changes made at South in th' last ten years was the addition of the vocationf wing and the journalism equipment. Anothf positive move had to do with the Music, Art an Phy. Ed. Departments. Before the change was made, the students did not receive any credit towards graduation for their work. In addition another chemistry class, Chem Study, and the early morning gym classes were added to the curriculum. Since South opened its doors ten years ago, there has been a decrease in the enrollment for advanced science and math courses. Mr. Ed Raymond, South's present principal, believes that this is one of the major reasons for the lower scores in the mass testing iScholastic Aptitude Tests and American College Testihg Programsl because the advanced classes "teach the students to think in patterns." In the beginning, South had a dress code, but this caused a few problems and it was soon decided that the code was something that South didn't need. Mr. Bernhoft believes that the code was the major problem in the years that he was at South, however, there were never any major discipline problems. The open campus policy was started in l969. Mr. Bernhoft feels that for the good students it is a T ,-QSO! "tremendous experience" but for the poorer students, it "encourages loafing". Mr. Raymond believes that the upperclassmen have to be "given room to make decisions on their own" because after leaving high school most students go out into the world alone. Whether going to college or starting in the business world, they have to depend upon their own decisions. Mr. Raymond believes in open campus whole-heartedly and he says that there rarely are problems with the juniors and seniors. In 1970, Mr. Bernhoft left South High and went to work in the District Office. He did not stay there long because he preferred working with young people. Today, he is the principal of McKinley Elementary School. When asked if he missed South, he replied that he did but that he finds the work at McKinley more satisfying. Mr. Bernhoft felt that his job at South was becoming too demanding. At McKinley, he finds his job very rewarding and he thinks that the younger children are "so real and so very thankful for anything that they are given." In the fall of 1970, Mr. Raymond became the new principal of South. Mr. Raymond thinks that one of the biggest reasons for the decline in the enrollment in language classes is that many colleges no longer require the languages as part of sz i2.i E the entrance requirements. Many new classes have been added in the last ten years including the community service class which was added last year. The course gives credit to students- who are volunteer workers. Health careers, another new class, helps students get an idea of what a job in the health field is like. Modern Dance was added last year as another alternative for the regular gym classes. "South is missing the boat," commented Mr. Raymond, "because we have no classes in the area of mass media ftelevision and radiolf' He would like to see classes started in these areas because there are many jobs in these fields open to high school students, and he believes that South "should be preparing students for these jobs." Over the past ten years South has made a great many changes in the academic areas. A great improvement has been made in the wide variety of new classes offered. The past ten years has brought many things, good and bad. What will the next ten years bring? The first change for the second decade will be a new principal for South High School. Mr. Raymond resigned the principalship to become the Director of Personnel Relations for the Fargo Public Schools. Mr. James Spence assumed the principal- ship July 1, 1977. .,,.:' Academics-nineteen Nl A gyys VAI V i ' A ? 2 Ed Raymond Arnold Hermunslie Don Johnson John McDonald Principal Asst. Principal Asst. Principal Asst. Principal l ii Ed Raymond talks to Mr. Tom Manley at the coffee-hour presented in Raymond's honor, 'W r ev ,W Ed Raymond chuckles as he looks at the ulty meeting where the agree, no opinion, and Mrs. Lois Mayer donates blood at one of the opinion t-shirt and sign brought out at a fac- disagree methods are used by teachers. blood drives held each year by the Key Club. twenty Counselor Russ Riveland confers with an in- coming freshman about class selections at a ive Facult From September to December 1976, five members of South's faculty announced their resigna- tions. The trend was started by James Ebsen, an English teacher, followed by Geryldean Brannan, a former reading teacher. Mrs. Ca- rol Rustad and Marie Thorstad, Freshman Registration held at South on Tuesday, March 16, for the eighth graders. cmbe who had taught math and biology, respectively, resigned in Decem- ber as Principal Edward Raymond did during the month of February. Raymond, who had been with South for seven years, left to become a negotiator. "I have had contact with the different groups mea I Charles Metzroth, one of the four counselors practicing at South, holds a conference with sophomore Lori Hawkinson concerning her registration of classes for the next school year. June Dobervich Lois Mayer Counselor Counselor Charles Metzroth Russ Riveland Counselor Counselor rs Resign l'll be working with. I like negotia- ting, along with the fact that there's slightly more money in- volvedf' explained Raymond. l-le expressed regret at leaving South by saying, "lim going to miss the involvement with the students. I like South, and I'd like to stay." twenty-one 5 e 5 2 Q Q 4 i i 2 2 3 a ? i 2 i s 3 s Q 3 Z 5 2 i a 3 ? i One of the many projects completed by the ILC students included the Sucker Day, as well as a disco dance in accordance with Bruce Wang. Betty Anderson ILC Vonne Anderson Secretary Arlyss Fischer Study Hall Sheila Baadte Accountant Mary Cummins Aide Gealdine Lies Aide Jeanette LaBounty Aide Rachel Williams Study Hall Judy Nelson Study Hall ILC Activities ncludc Ski About 150 students, formally and informally, were enrolled in the Individualized Learning Cen- ter. Some students were expected to report every study hall while others reported in whenever free. Some of the in-school activities of the ILC included schoolwork, attendance and other related ac- tivities. The outside activities in- cluded field trips to Valley City State, Moorhead Tech, Moorhead State. The students also went to movies, on a ski trip and out to eat occasionally. The students also worked on promoting the program. Trip 'LThe things l'm most proud of," said Betty Anderson, the director, "is the fact we raised over S300 for Bruce Wang. They CILC studentsl felt really good a- bout it.', There were two other teacher-counselors in the ILC pro- gram: Al Henry and Delores Ault. twenty-three .l-.: Chester Charlton AFROTC lin John Hinton AFROTC Earl Nygaard Sophomore Gayle lsta tests Andy Zarling's field of vision sophomores. This test was administered along with Highway Safety during the Highway Safety class which is required for all numerous other tests such as eye sight and reaction time. Jenny Konrad, sophomore, tests her steadiness while Brent Tom Gaash attempts to find a number in the mass of colored dots for the color Hang watches the light to indicate the degree Of her Sf0aClif12SS. blindness test during his Highway Safety class on the personal testing day. twenty-four J All Sophs Take Highway Safety AFRCTC, aerospace, was coor- dinated by Col. John Hinton and the courses were taught by Sgt. Chester Charleton and Col. Hin- ton. In the aerospace program the students were introduced to the basic information concerning the aerospace industry along with the basic elements of the military. One of the best known elements of the AFROTC program was the color guard units which performed at the various school and civic func- tions during the school year. Highway Safety was taught to all sophomores during the second semester. This program was di- vided into two main areas: the classroom section and the behind- the-wheel section. The students also had the experience of the driving range located at North High school. This was the second year for the operation of the range. Junior Robert Price acts as a flight command- his ROTC class. Front: T. Wumkes, R. Wend- stad, Col. Hinton. Back: B. Cullen, L. Alton, er observing an inspection by Col. Hinton in lick, D. Smith, T. Smith, A. Johnson, T. Grim- D. Plante, J. Kennedy and S. Bernie. twenty-five rt 4 Students aint Enrollments in arts and crafts remained about the same when compared to other years. Roger Goettsch and Robert Walton taught the art courses and Al Hanson handled the teaching of crafts. No major curriculum changes were made in the Art Department but Dr. Goettsch's students did a major painting project. Working in pairs, the Art 4 students painted 3 X 4 panels for the Commonls walls. The six panels were painted around themes of still life, sports, transportation and landscapes. This was a spring art project. Commons Crafts 2 students were into- duced to stone sculpture and stain glass techniques while Crafts 3 students were making wax cast- ings from wax patterns using a centrifugal casting method. Crafts 3 students also did silver and gold electro plating in jewelry units. ' In a relaxed, informal atmostphere, art King during a sketching unit. Goettsch 4 painting Class, degigngd for seniors who instructor Dr. Roger Goettsch advises Warren teaches five art classes, including an Art hope to Continue painting after high School, twenty-six 55, AWN' ,gf D5 f ,yi I - "'?4Swi,aff: ' f -Vvfwwff-ff, . , , 541 is V - '1' iw wgg . f W, Q. is - la , K S2 V. W I .2 f-,p ' l X 9 all Ti .- , Q it Robert Crippen Mardeth Dovre Cathy Ferguson Orleen Gilchrist Robert Hanson Business Ed, Business Ed. Business Ed. Business Ed. Bookkeeping Business Classes Enrollm nt Up "Numbers have been increasing each year," stated Robert Crip- pen, in reference to enrollment in business ed classes. "lt's be- coming a business world. There is more of a demand for skilled peo- ple in the business world." Crip- pen, who is the head of the Busi- ness Education Department, had several of the typing classes last year. Une of his goals for the fu- ture is "to have nothing but el- ectric typewriters for the classes Of course, a lot of money is in- volved in something like that.' Data processing was revived 5 ff' 'rlimiii last year by Rose Hecomovich, after a brief retirement from the business ed curriculum. Future Business Leaders of America at- tended the state FBLA convo in which they attended seminars and took part in various competitions. New texts were proposed for '78. Q ni. ft r' B, lg, ' if f -,gr vi' A ,li Emi., .- -goats M 5' its . -yy-fs, ,., A Junior Colleen Ochsner works on a ten key Enrollment stayed basically the same in busi- partment. Four business machine classes calculator during her business machine class. ness machines, despite the rise in the de- were taught during the year by Mrs. Gilchrist. twenty-eight Bruce Harmon Dennis Warcup Distributive Ed. Business Ed. 3. Distributive Education students Dawn Larson, man set a formal display in the DECA Closet Jay Kasdan, Dawn Rourke and Linda Kautz- window for the upcoming Valentine holiday. Senior Jeff Stoen Practices his typing skills on tal of 17 typing classes were taught during the a manuel typewriter during his class. A to- year, ranging from Typing 1 to Typing 4. l"' Practicing on a keypunch machine in the Bus- iness Ed Department is Deborah Schroeder. twenty-nine . - Q N , , ,, , - ' in , A K 0' . 1 f fy YQ-j"'a vi 1 " 1 James Coomber Rich Gjervold Marjory Haggart Robert Hendricks Roger Hoffmann Alice Jondahl English 1 English 1 English 3 Journalism Engligh 1 English 2 Nancy Jordheim Edna Milam Reading Lab English Ruth Mytinger Leo Myxter English Drama Gelaine Orvik Dellis Schrock English English John Snyder Elizabeth Urban English 1 English 2 thirty .c..,..,,,r ,,7"' V nf", , M F X Xxx Us Words are sometimes a blur for students Center. Students are able to increase their using the controlled readers ir the Reading reading speed and comprehensive level. Q , , . 1 X . l School Board rcssurcs English "There has been a great deal of pressure from the school board on the English Department and other departments to set up a priority list," observed department head Dellis Schrock. "Due to the bud- get, certain not-so-basic courses would have to be dropped. This is determined by the numbers, for the most part. Some have already been discontinued, such as oral interpretation, debate and speech two and three. It's sad in a way." Four new teachers were added to the English Department's teach- ing staff for 1976-77. They were Rich Gjervold, Roger Hoffman and Nancy Jordheim, along with Jim Coomber, a professor at Concordia College who taught sophomore English part-time at South as an experiment. Schrock claimed that he fCoomberD "really liked South High a lot, as a part timer." Creative Dramatics Week featured Dr. Reid Dr, Gilbert taught both the drama classes and are 5- Schenatzki, S. Manning, D- JaC0bS2n Gilbert, director of Wisconsin's Mime Co. Drama Club during his stay at South. Pictured K. Bruggeman, H. Cantler and Dr. Gilbert thirty-one anguagcs Hold art Together South l-ligh's Language Depart- ment didn't go through many changes in '76-77. Student en- rollment in language courses do not change from year to year, ac- cording to Patricia Papacek, head of the department. One special event was a Christmas celebration held jointly for all foreign lan- guage students enrolled at South. The paperback section of South's library has continued to be very popular. Each year a committee of students is chosen by the English teachers to select new paperbacks which are then added to the rest. South's library had a new inhabitant. A cat lived there for a week. His stay was curtailed because of some allergies that he caused among a few important residents of South: students and teachers. Hazel Ylinemi thinks it was truly an exciting experience! Four Spanish students get involved in an in one of Mrs. Joan Rosenbergerls classes. time staff member. The Rosenbergers moved exciting game of "naipes" lSpanish for cardsl This is Mrs. Rosenbergerls fffst year as a full and Mrs. Sharon Mickelson joined the staff. thirty-two Jaxx 'KX .J f, 4 ND 1, QQ 46 ff .Mm 3 Q Wmwfvqr R' .mm levi' ? 1 A S if f .JH vf at . ,. I , 'k.' X 1 Q f- fm .U 1 ,.M..1...,....-ifd ' 'ji Q .gf 1 ,ff . A., ' ,alkbf 5 , 1 IQ fx aff: 5, :vwM:1,1 , V7 Q ' ? 2. 5 ' vw 2 V .x 2, . af- if Q mam Q gf Q H ' '.ff' f,, j:5v'ff :! u Qi in 2, ,," i f I . .W Q V, 2 1- 4 2 if if 1? , , .mf Eve: K " nw-,f gf if 4? Aff iff fi? l 3 4' ,MM Home EC A new course offered this year to seniors was Independent Living. Wanda l-leintzman taught the course that instructed students on things they will need to know for living out on their own. Also new this year is food services co-op work experience. Fran Larson Starts New Courses supervised the 30 students in the class who went out on jobs, were paid regular wages and were given full school credit for their work. The Bruin Boutique was again in operation employing the skills of four sewing students to do basic alterations, custom sewing and to make projects to sell through the new school store in the Commons. Lights and new sewing machines were put in the clothing resource center for students to use at any time. Foods 3 classes had expand- ed their handicapped program to try cooking as a blind person. 29 t , A N. ,Va L-' A' fi M... Senior Liz Warner and Elizabeth Hennebry taste the Makingafruit salad is easy-unless one senior, attempts to slice bananas for a results of their labor in their food preparation class. cannot see. Here Bonita Swanson salad she is making in foods class. thirty-four Mary Armbrust Home Economics fi 3 'f Wanda Heintzman Home Economics Mary Hoffmann Home Economics Fran Larson Home Economics was y Mrs. Mary Hoffrnan's sewing students learn the art of techniques. Junior Maggie Skrogstad learns in a practical Dolores Rusch 4 sewing from the very basic concepts to highly advanced way that one must tear apart as many seams as one sews. Home Economics thirty-five Emery Replaces eaving usted Mrs. Carol Rustad left her posi- tion as a math instructor after the first semester of this school year. Mrs. Rustad had been with the Fargo Schools for 13 years. Re- placing her was Mr. Blaire Emery. Also new on the staff was Mr. Dennis Levin. Mr. Levin had previously taught mathematics at Agassiz Junior High School. Mr. Dave Roddy was full time in the Math Department this year. Formerly Mr. Roddy had split his time between the Math and Natural Resources Departments. Mr. James Onerheim became the chairman of the newly created Natural Resources Department. Before this year, the department had been in the Science Depart- ment. Mr. Onerheim has four sec- tions of Natural Resources classes this year. He hopes to expand the program greatly in the future. Mathematics instructor Richard Lindstrom problem to sophomore Jeff Steichen and jun- besides teaching also coaches freshmen discusses and explains an intricate algebra ior Jeff Helmeke during class. Mr. Lindstrom basketball and assists in coaching football. thirty-six Milo Benson Mathematics Rose Hecomovich Mathematics Richard Lindstrom Mathematics Carol Rustad Mathematics Students make use of the math computer. David Levin Mathematics Dave Roddy Mathematics Carol Sorum Mathematics . 'l Ln Haiti Y i t llllil-lllil I n3n"'1lIf:s,ti ' XI sllllalll 'W un- ..i,.., G , .- Todd Wumkes, Kurt Kolbinger, Randy Unter- house which was built as an Occupational seher finish up the framing of their scale Math class project under Mr. Dave Roddy. ,,,g---., ,, Sophomore Dana Eggiman receives help in Math Department hasaresource center where algebra from Miss Rose Hecomovich. The students can obtain help during any period. thirty-seven W? cyan f A M 6 Miz, to if 54 ,. Q va -4 I 1:5 QCQZQFM 1 we if ff? 5, ,,:W.,:,b , , "'fww1fwz-- . . , IH or , W, ,A,,g,z , yy fi , M59 i Finding out the velocity of a bullet is an ex. Sophomore science student Mark Hoffman ex- Dale Hertel's biology class while classmate periment performed in class by Craig Maas, amines some mold under a microscope during Penny Johnson completes her lab question thirty-eight Wayne Briggs, left, and classmate Brad Ben- the jars on the table in a sophomore biology nett answer questions about the specimens in course taught by Dale Hertel. Students are l on Rctircs After Mr. John Larson became the new leader of the Science De- partment with the retirement of Mr. Acey Olson. "Mr, Olson was a teacher in the Fargo High Schools for 24 years, we will miss him very much," commented Mr. Larson. Mr. Dale Hertel joined the staff Students conduct an experiment with weights during a freshman physical science class. as a biology teacher along with his duties as head football coach. Mr. John Kelly continued to split his time between the ,Phy Ed and Science Department assignments. No longer under the control of the Science Department was natural resources, Formerly stu- John Buchli Physical Science Robert Grasser Chemistry David Johnson Physics John Larson Chemistry assigned to do many investigations such as this during their double hour biology class. 24 Years dents were given the choice to apply a natural resources credit to their science credit requirements. Mr. Larson noted a slight drop of enrollment in many of the higher level courses. "Students should know that we want to teach them, not flunk them." he stated. Dale Hertel Biology James Heising Science 1 James Onerheim Marle Thorstad Science Science thirty-nine Students Favor Early morning gym remained atop the favorites for seniors as well as a new option, Family Relations. These classes may be taken as an alternative to Phy Ed 4. PE 4 has also been adapted to sports that can be played in later life. These include net games, Freshman Paul Scott leads off a ping pong game with a flourish as he serves the ball in South's 6th hour gym resource center. forty A I 17 P' Vg "fx, vf .15 gn 3' i I Barbara Grant Physical Ed. Early Jan Cossette Physical Education aquatic games, golf and archery. Also there was adult recreational activities as a PE alternative. According to Assistant Principal Arnold Hermunslie, H65 percent of the students are enrolled in Family Relations or early morning gym." Early morning students Candy Pendergast Physical Ed. Class Mary Lou Levin Health Careers ym were active in sports such as pool, skiing, fencing, biking, bowling, and broomball. Also for the first year at South, an intramural pro- gram was started. ln this, the fall weightlifting contest was the hit among students. Phy Ed Depart- ment head was Mr. Jerry Larson. Kay Williams, junior, looks up at the birdie while following through her return during a game of badminton in her physical education class. Weightlifting is part of the activities in gym class at chest press in an effort at body building. Students can Fargo South. Here Nick Borman, sophomore, executes a workout on the machine during free time and after school. ix John Kelley Physical Ed. Jerry Larson Physical Ed. 3, W 1 ig t ype - - f ,ru 'k,.'-JP' Wfflf I f,.,,' . "'f E - if. i 1 '. , XX. f i i1 fl "'l g V il r, . lllfl all E.. if rl 'IMI in ...V Thomas Manley Physical Ed. forty-one Classes Elect Student President "You can only really learn more about politics by becoming invol- ved with politics," stated Mr. Jim Moen, government teacher. His semester-long classes held mock governmental elections, complete with four candidates and four pol- itical parties. The elections cov- Charles Cochran "Dennis Hogan Social Studies Health ered three weeks of class periods, and went through two phases of is- sues. Some of these issues includ- ed abortion, the legalization of marijuana and busing. As for this new way of getting politics across to high school students, Mr. Moen said, "lt,s something different." Larry Holzer Gloria Johnson Social Studies Social Studies Sociology and psychology clas- ses spent time over the 1976-77 school year taking various field trips and hosting speakers. The classes took one bus to the State Hospital in Fergus Falls, and toured the hospital's facilities. The classes also heard speakers. Cynthia Lee Don Lindberg Social Studies Social Studies Dave Cleaver gives a campaign speech during classes held a mock election in which everyone wrote their campaign slogans and gave Mr. Moen s government class. Mr. Moen's choseaposition which they wanted to run for, campaign speeches. The class then voted. forty-two . rw 'S ,ss '- .. iw hw, I ' .. A I ffl' I M' 1 'i :H Bw 4, a 3 Q-- y, 5537 wh. Kkk, . , 15. V Lf, '-, -wg' t , 1, 1' 1 , .Av , xv , S' . , r e EFF' G-:tg directions on the map are printed in German. In the class The students of Mr. Lindberg's geography class attempt to find and pinpoint places on a world map. All the words and they do maps and relate them to the growth of the nations. 1 X .l T- 'Qs i James McDonald Social Studies James Moen Social Studies Roger Olsen Social Studies ,,.. 2 ff . ' it -f. 'V A ' ,fab 'fl 5 f , X flaws. . l Q Altfffl " Myron Wagner Social Studies Maurice Zuehlsdorff Social Studies forty-three ',,'1,, ff ff 2 , w" I K V 1 M if ' f - - Q ,ef ' V A D 'VA ,,V In . J Q U :fi ff 'S' V f"?i"'L' 'N Wi. 5,55 V M V VM ky 3, V Yr , ,M riff 1 , 3 I is A A " ' . , '55 - W 'f f V Jw' -- AY.-1 ' ,f . Q 1 4239 f ' -Zigi" A '!a5'ifM . I L A ff' ' l X H. .K M Naam W Q' L 2 Q H xxx x A tag, fr ,, W' ' "L'- '--M .Ev-MQW ,g,g,g,, , I Q L 4 , ,was-M W .K -ww. .5 4 .UM mi A . R9 V, K W,,. ,A . my H1 J . fm' V,.. ' S A N, 'g f J ., , I , ,. :. ' QQ, M Y at uw 2 G. 1 I If 1 f A A.. , bs Mm 'Wx Wmikk., .K ff. 1' Q' S? -.M my I . fl ga? H f E 3 ' -I R"-QI, 5, 1 ' Z ifffl , ,lf . V 'yung : FN , Q 'Wh K. ? V I L -Q 4-A i R - A . 1- n'ii2Qmw 13 - ....1,. , . X fm .W X A.,. ,S ,, ' 5 . qw ,M . , Jr ,, xx 1 N f ' U f . fmx 5' 1' Qs A U XL- ,Wai ' Jr' . LL i f .,, A h If , 'X W Vw , , H w Vf VVWV 'Md 5 I . , ' M ., ' f 'ff " f , ' ' ' ! 5 ' 'A Q ' f' f ' -, Y "N f . A, . V ' i "'A-Xi-is! O av g """W-f f. Erwin 'L 'ff 'X V" "" 4 .J wg: ,ywy y ,MH , is 'Q' I 421.1 iv' Glenn Anderson David Aasness Darrell Dettmann Arliss Fedje Leonard Hanson Rodney Harris Vehicle M6Cl1al'1iCS General Wood Auto Mechanics Machine Shop Building Trades General Auto Electronics dds New Teacher A new instructor joined the South faculty at the beginning of the 1976 school year. Gregory Hagen replaced David Givens, who retired last year as electronics instructor. Hagen was at one time a student teacher under Givens. The mechanics classes had a new approach this year. The course was divided into four sec- tions and the students moved from one to another. The four sections included brakes and transmission, engines, electrical and tuning. Construction was the key word in the building trades area. Some of these projects were a floor plan, several different types of model roofs, portable ice houses, model houses, and a two-bedroom house. For the first time, three girls joined the welding classes. i'They have outshined the guys,,'claimed welding instructor Arliss Fedje. 1 Senior Jim Petterson fin white shirtl works on fixing the vertical control knob on the Junior Mike McCormick works on his house plans during television set while completing one of the many projects in his Electronics 2 class. his Architectural Drafting 1 class taught by Mr. Torgerson. forty-five Schcvcck Becomes Coordinator The Industrial Education De- partment introduced a Trades and Industrial Coordinator to South. Ed Scheveck filled the new post which was developed to serve both North and South. The idea was to give trade students the chance to gain employment with a company in a related field. Scheveck said it would Hhelp students to better themselvesl' and also present them "an opportunity toifind how the real work-a-day world works." Prescriptive Drawing was a new first semester class offered to upperclassmen. Instructor John Torgerson described it as a "con- densed General Drafting class". Students who took Architectural Drafting 2 designed and construct- ed a yearly model house project. Mr. Dennis Stormoe reported that printing enrollments were up ap- proximately 30OCZa over last year. ,MG 3 yf'ti:5"iQz1g,?':f?5 'H we sk if 'V rx -, ,,,, W, it f I IQ 4 7, Q , ,, is-W f if ,I 1 f . , ' .,-, " H Motorcycles arenyt all riding in the wind and giving rides to friends. Wes Overbo Terry Alderman, North High, sports a protective face and Jim Doyle put one back together after repairing it in Recreational Vehicles. mask as he employs a grinding machine in welding. forty-six 2 WR qi. 3 Using an acetylene torch, senior Laura Halliday joined many girls who were just l Halliday works onadelicate piece of welding. starting to enroll in the vocation education y Y Ralph H21OSf Leslie Pierce Ed Scheveck Richard Stenberg Auto Mechanics Metal Shop T 8: I Coor, Photography classes offered at Fargo South. There is only one other girl enrolled in welding though. Richard Stormoe John Torgerson Graphic Arts Drafting forty-seven South's music staff was enlarg- ed by one this year. Richard Colod- ney directed the Symphonic and Concert bands, junior and sopho- more respectively. Stuart Uggen, in his second year of teaching at South, was the director of South's Varsity Band and Wind Ensemble. 'af I l A . lr my C , I - f xy : fu Richard Colodney Gene Okerlund Tim Running Band Chorus Orchestra Wood crman Highlights Year During the course of the school year each of the bands performed in at least three concerts along with South's orchestra and choir. Many things were accomplished by the four bands during the year. At Christmas the bands per- formed in area elementary schools while later on local instrumental- ists were brought in to perform at concerts. The highlight of the year was in March when Woody Her- man and the Young Thundering Herd gave a special concert at South. The last event was a pops concert in May for all bands. Symphonic Band members are Row 1: M. Berglund, A. Wichmann, T. Johnson. Row 2: Sprattler, J. Cordahl, T. Hoaby, E. Ramlo. Knox, C. Dillard, N. Boatman, C. Venner- S. Johnson, S. Strom, N. Desotel, B. Zaun, J. Row 3: S. Bladholm, J. Echtenkamp, J. strom, N. McGrath, D. Yeager, T. Beard, C. Himle, K. Hoganson, N. Fisher, K. Payne, J. Meyers, J. Schenatzki, S. Askerooth, J. forty-eight 'J " . '.a42f-A ,.,s:", g -'- M .0 ri. .' . .Mfr . 0, A 4 ef.. g. I , . K ...,,m,.e,gN4- '37 f '11 ffa:.f:"2wL1'T"- ' ' Q-'5 i 2 . , 4 'f p K fwfr' ' . ,W , .i ,g , . ..,L, l Wind Ensemble members are Row 1: R. Prescott, S. Dady, A. Krieg, K. Hegre, C. Yeager, L. Pederson, P. Paulson, L. Serrin. Row 2: N. Renner, P. Buchholz, R. Dillman, R. Lean, S. Murray, P. Henning, C. Rasmus- . , . 4 fl' .1 'f' 7' . , s , ... .. ..,, . sen, C. Olgaard, C. Potter, C. Moses, K. Aleckson, D. Fettig, B. Hotvedt, M. Fabian, T, Gokey. Row 3: E. Larson, J, Wilson, M. Gibb, J. Maltry, J. Schlossman, T. Jenkinson J. Schmidt, D. Nystul, L. Danielson, T. Per- kins, D. Schaubert. Row 4: J. Lewis, M. Wood- ward, M. Tryhus and D. Dahl. Band Flag Bearers under the direction of Mr. Uggen are L. Schuster, K. Norbeck, M. Rasmussen, E. Gravalin, C. Heising and P. Redfield. r 1 ' itfugg-f.,-.0fa01 K. M SA '-V 'U t by ,M W A . ff C :,, .,, Lf iff,-M.. . I iam ' ,A M. , by J N - 3, , A Doyle, T. Ewers, M. Hoffman, B. Melroe, J. Flannery, D. Paulson, K. Radtke, E. Gravalin, Colodney, first year director. The band was Johnson, J. Richardson, M. Ferguson. Row 4: C. Heising, P. Redfield. The Symphonic Band called the Wind ensemble HCM at the end of L. Schuster, C. Nordbeck, M. Rasmussen, S was the under the direction of Mr. Richard the year to designate the director of the band. forty-nine Q. . ff L 'PV V 'rag 14 21- . l .M , ,, '.'flf"W .Mn f ff 'W - Pops Choir members are Row 1: L. Wight- Winstanley, J. Davis, S. Martin, K. Aleckson, 3: K. Norman, C. Holly, R. Lee, M. Tryhus, R. man, K. Stokka, S. Levine. Row 2: D. D. Bertsch, C. Rasmussen, K. Steffens. Row Haarstad, R. Lauf, D. Dahl and T. Bielke. South High Concert Choir members are Row I K. Hegre, M. Knox, C. Gravel, K. Jones, L. Wightman, S. Levine, K. Steffens, K. Aleckson, P. Henning, K. Sorenson, D. Kana, J. Melby, L. Harty, B. Ferguson, J. Langness. Row 2: S. Johnson, W. Teague, L. Anderson, J. Foss, L. Engan, J. Fitzpatrick, S. Johnson, fifty P. Klien, D. Bertsch, S. Martin, K. Stokka, Davis, C. Rasmussen, M. Howells, Chalimonczyk, S. Foss, L. Stockman, Hayer, B. Juven. Row 3: R. Vanotterloo, Hoaby, D. Norman, J. Rannenberg, Haarstad, M. Tryhus, R. Lee, D. Dahl, McPherson, K. Dahlgren. B. Haug, Raymond, J. Olson. Row 4: K. Hudson, D. Winstanley, D. Jahnke, C. Holly, J. Proven- cher, J. Peinovich, R. Garcia, R. Lauf, J. Maltry, T. Bielke, K. Norman, B. Blatchford, P. Benson, J. Leverson, T. Pavek, Director G. Okerlund, who resigned the choir director's position to become director of district music. Choir, Row 1: G. Ista, M. Fabian, L. Hickman, S. Black, L. Schlenker, C. Dillard, J. Scheel, L. Fedje, P. Doyle, M. Rowland, D. Reif, Row 2: M. Winstanley, L. Kana, L, Malm, D. kcrlund Under the direction of Mr. Gene Okerlund, South High's choral department consisted of several musical groups: freshmen chorus, girls chorus, concert choir, pops choir, madrigals, a trio and a tri- ple trio. Activities for the year included "No, No, Nanette", All- Millar, S. Braaten, P. Magness, T. Kankel- fritz, K. Maasjo, S. Learned, S. Smith, S. Cummings. Row 3: K. Hanson, A. Thorstad, A Krieg, D, Rasmussen, D. Dockter, L. Hick- man, L. Engan, K. Aaker, T. Stockman, D. Holland. Row 4: S. Gowin, D. Hagel, C. Pugh, W. Czichotzki, T. Zimmerman, K. Wester- holm, D. Towne, C. Wetjen and S. Lindgren. cads Seven Groups State, the Acro Show, a senior trip to Chicago in May and a trip to Bemidji for an evening in the Medieval Ages with the University of Bemidji's Madrigal Singers. Senior Kari Jo Stokka was the only one to make it to All-State Choir. The choir gave about four con- certs but some of the groups sang at other functions including Len- ton Services, the Wang Benefit and on the show "Party Line". Next year the choral department will again have a change. Mr. Okerlund, who has been the choral director for two years, is leaving. South High's Pops Choir, led by Gene show put on by the Acro Team on April 10. both an afternoon and evening performance. Okerlund, performs during the gymnastics Entitled 'Poetry in Motion', the show gave The group participated in many functions. fifty-one izjkyzi 1. X ? tv, Q -I vt. "f r -1 wa .- .. , , Wi , ,, If 7,N,,,,,. , v if W ., Q M , , ,..MW,., A ,- -,- 7 W v A ,., 5 .Af H A N A I . v ' ' ,, U ,k,'f 'Wgff i ' 'fflfffqg W' . .T ' WW, is h ' gig 'MT 'Z ---f -- I A 1 ' -.9 'mf 1 - ' 1 is ' W Q 3 5 .y X ' M? A 5 l 'W sv ' --22' it 3 I ' ,V Vi' gr - 7 K x :QL xg? Ei I V' QQ? f 3.2 , A? fi"g"'j . In I ,sA i k l A H V. Qi A - 1 2 M jf' 39' M QQ 4, li Q ,,4, 'WNW' xx ff 'WA X xii-1 1 . 1 , ,gi My... .g' A. 'il ,:.f.v. - - 4 .V , is , .W ' f- ,gg-, :f:t,',f A .hw 'Qi ,M x ' it Ig ' C: l . ' 'W W-I fx' , 1 f- ! .wif 3 ' X . L 'X If, X HQLJ' il, if 00 35, ,R-is Sf WX? LE- is ,QL 69 we . it 'sq 1 5 f H 2 , A ,- f ' ' " X. . f 4 ,- , X X I L . I Q ' if . eil. ' w x XX' i X1 f 1 +5 ,,,,, A xg-5 I 1k S 'wvix iw VH iuwvnnhvvl ,. in , I 5 1 M, ywfnf , ,--.,, ,I 9' 3 I .-V X .,A, , .,,, L 'fb "L" . 'ff' X59 fi I , R xx f 3 O- - w i X 3 F WT fx ?!!f! :7?' x "hb ,L mm fi!! 3, I N Special Courses Grow at South Personalized Education, under Don Smaltz, had 42 students enrolled in the growing program. Instructors for the courses were Melinda Dicola, Gordon Hegre, Don Smaltz, Priscilla Strutz, Pam Swanson and Gloria Thompson. Jet, run by Roger Olgaard, gave seniors the opportunity to see if they would enjoy being a teacher. There are 15 students from South involved in the local program. The students teach 1-12 graders. They get V2 credit for the course. The school had 20 students now directly involved in the Fargo- Moorhead Community Service Pro- gram. Students do a large variety of volunteer work. Some help in the elementary schools as tutors while others do volunteer work in the area hospitals and elderly homes. Qualified students earn from V2 to one full credit .per year. 4 W.. I7 if X 4. A . Senior Jill Ness gives a helping hand to a and Clark. Jill served as an aid to kinder- FUD by Roger Olgaafd. Students 5UCh as Jill kindergarten boy in writing his name at Lewis garten teacher Marian Prior. By taking JET, had the Opportunity to experience teaching, fifty-five Somcthing's Always Happening Student Life-something South has had a lot of during the past ten years. Activities have changed, things have been added or taken away, but always something has been happening. South's first year of existence-1967-68, saw students celebrating with a senior swim party, Sadie Hawkins, a Norwegian Independence Day, All-night party and a faculty-sponsored party to honor the graduating class. Georgia Goff reigned over Homecoming festivities which included the game and the "Garden of Eden" dance at which the "Unbelievable Uglies" played. Fall Festival, a carnival-like project of South's various clubs success. "Moonlight and Roses the 1968 prom and "Charley's 1968. The year and the first couples prom April 29. "Jazz ith the "King and I code put on in 1968. were perfofrners for fall prowtion work was first homecoming and was Ann Haggart was crowned Fog" played at the dance. Drama "Adding Machine" for their spring The senior class put on "Fantasy", a play written and produced by senior class president Kit Grove. The "Yesterday" prom was held on a snowy April 18 with the "Dave Mark Syndicate" playing for the couples in the South High gymnasium. fifty-six-Student Life Fall Festival was restored after a two year break in 1970 with 18 clubs participating. Fargo defeated Wahpeton and Mary Gunkelman was crowned queen for the "Way Down Southi' homecoming. Damon Runyon's 1950's play "Guys and Dolls" was presented November 18-22, and Wibberly and Sergel's "The Mouse That Roared" was presented as the spring play. February 1-6 was a busy Snow Week in 1971. Pep Club won the snow sculpture contest and shared first with National Honor Society in the tricycle race. The first annual snow king and queen were electediDick Rohla and Ronda Iversl and "Christopher" played at the dance on Friday, April 21. South faculty members played the Harlem Diplomats in a benefit game. The game ended in a 71-71 tie after the faculty was given 30 points handicap at halftime. Other entertainment for students included the Sadie tasia" was the North-South prom theme."Christo-A pher" played the dance music. speakers were guest of South at throughout the year. Cooperation among Hawkins dance at which "Truk" played. "rFan-5. in society. The the Yellow Brick Road". 1972-73 started off with a bang. "Up With Peoplen, a non-profit singing troupe of 125 youths representing 12 countries, performed for South students in late September. A first in South homecomings was tried following this when a male legs contest was held, the young man with the sexiest legs was frosh Steve Borgen. The "County Fair" fit right in with the "Down on the Farm" theme. Patty Cleven was crowned, South beat Jamestown 19-6 and "Stonehenge" played at the "Barn Dance". Mini-courses were held for the first time this year. 111 courses were offered and the students really enjoyed the change of pace. Doug Berglund was crowned King of Sadie Hawkins Day. Brian Donahue and Jeff Galt acted as "Marryin' Sams". 180 couples attended the dance at which "Spring Water Legend" played. Mary Chase's comedy "Harvey" was presented and later Drama Club presented the musical fantasy "Brigadoon". The Concert Choir present- ed the first opera ever done at South, Giancarlo Menotti's "Amahl and the Night Visitors". Came to Dinner". Sadie Hawkins Day saw Bruce Wambheim crowned as king and "Stoney Blooze" was the dance band. Student Council sponsored a Rock-a-Thon in order to raise money to purchase much needed bike racks and picnic tables. Twenty 3-person teams participated in the 36 hour rocking chair marathon. A parade, slave day, coronation, the football game and the "Last Chance Dance" were all part of the "Wild, Wild West" homecoming. Juniors won the float contest and Billie Lamb was crowned homecoming queen. Stu- dents were required to attend six out of the approximately 100 courses offered in the 1975 mini-courses program. Fifties Week included what students claimed to be the best pep fest of the year, it included many contests and the most popular phone-booth stuffing contest lfreshmen won with 20 personsl. The sock hop on Friday featured "Johnny Holm". Rain and snow did not dampen the spirits of the couples who danced to won the snow sculpture contest and Jane Meyer were crowned Snow Week. The annual fest and a dance. Two Tom Flackoy, who and costly and Herd' ' fall 'Hello nights was crowned Snow Week carnival was held dice South had ever done, "Fiddler on the Roof", played in the fall while the spring play was the comedy "The Man Who "Silver" at the North-South Prom. "Mardi Gras" was the theme of the 1975 homecoming. Key Club won the float competition. South defeated Red River 25-0. Ginny Haggart was crowned Queen Bruin IX and "Overland Stage" played at the "Bourbon Street Boogie". Senior John Fabian reigned over the Sadie events and Tim Running performed the Marryin' Sam Club's fall musical was "Bye, Bye sold out all four nights. Mr. Leo thesis e week. The new fifties contest was the "Fonzie Look-alike". Music was provided by "Flash Mink and the Beavers' '. A new idea was Key Club's car smash at 25 cents a bash. the ' ed at the 1 the year.. r, played conc 2 wteners. Richard also playe the Jazz Concert in. v group of a hypnotist. of '76" featuring famed were sponsored sporatically. Post Office was held on various days. Spring Clean-up Day, a day set aside to remove trash and winter remains, was held sometimes in the late sixties and early seventies. The stage band also held a dine and dance for a few years. Student Life-fifty-seven J Homecoming Depicts Hawiian Theme "A Taste of Hawaii' ' . . .1976 Homecoming on September 28, Sandy Ripplinger was crowned Queen Bruin X during an "Evening in Paradise". Denae Erickson, Julie Foss, Lisa Kollman, Joy Melby, Jo Samuelson and Leslie Stockman made up her court. Escorts were Jeff Hugelet, Jed Krieg, Roger Lee, Randy Mehlhoff, Steve Pollock, Mark Tryhus and Jay Weyers. October 1, "Surfin Through the City", the Homecoming Parade was held on the Mall, The senior float won first. South defeated the Grand Forks Central Redskins at the football game, "Tidal Wave on the Field", 30-7. Silver played for the ' 'Tropical Madness' '. l Tammy Dubord,dressed in Hawaiian fashion, nior class float, The float with the theme Dave Kolpack, junior, dances with his date waves while acting as a decoration on the se- 'iPunch out the Redskins" captured first. at the dance entitled i'Tropical Madness" fifty-eight Senior Paul Workin, left, congratulates his teammate, ran it tor a touchdown during the Homecoming game Jay Weyers, after Jay intercepted a Redskin's pass and The Bruins "punched out" the Redskins easily by 30-7 5 X v if 'if , i i The Homecoming queen, court and escorts: Lisa Kollman, Jeff Hugelet, Denae Erickson, Leslie Stockman, Randy Melhoff, Joy Melby, Mark Tryhus, Jo Samuelson, Steve Pollock, Jackie Klein, Sandy Ripplinger, Jared Krieg, Jay Weyers, Julie Foss, and Roger Lee. fifty-nine WE? N . A604114 'miss i i ,fm , , ,,,-, .QW , t 7 I-W '5 ' ' I ,,, it Q in . , f 1 w ,. f hh W?4CieQ35' 1 zz Hwy 'XY az ,7 Q, 5 xg QA ff K ,.,Qm 4 - vw 1. 11, ,,r,,. . -Y ii 5:53 f .5 a 5, 7 r 6 H. 2 . 4 f, ,- If 1 s 11 'W 9' VS -F - Qiwixy ' ' A25 f WM,.,...,4, N,., , :zj43z2ffif:::, I Q 'E 1 -1' af X X. I ay' L av M... at 'NCYQE rf ! if I 'U s welf- agcr eads Over Sadie Hawkins FX Seniors Denise Hayer and Terry Salquist com- during the pep fest while pom pon Jennifer pete in the blindfolded drinking contest held Dahlgren watches them in intent amusement. "Trap 'em and Trade 'em" was the theme for the '76 Sadie Hawkins events. Over 200 couples danced to the music of Rocker on November 12 with English teacher John Snyder performingrthe always S S popular role of Marryins, Sam for the attending students. , Jay Hager was crowned King Sadie to preside over the Sadie events. Pep Club sponsored the Sadie A Hawkins dance and events. The Sadie Hawkins pep fest was held on5'November'12. r The Pep Club held an V obstacle course which was y run by students from each class, During they pep f t fest King Sadie was crowned and the other candidates were presented. S sixty-one "Pillow Talk" pens Drama Season .Y 'T Miss Conrad iTroi Kankelfritzl listens to the supervisor iMarietta Rasmussenj. Mrs. Walters CP. Henning! thanks Pierot QD. Jacobsenj as Alma IS. Levinej looks on. sixty-two To start off the year, South High's Drama Depart- ment produced a three-act comedy, "Pillow Talku. The play was under the direction of Mr. Leo Myxter. lt was staged November 18-20. 'LPillow Talk" is the story of a sophisticated career woman, Jan Morrow lplayed by junior Susy Wenzl, and a song writer, Brad Allen iplayed by junior Kelly Normanh. Jan is an interior decorator who is fed up with the men she had met up until she met Brad, with whom she shared a party line. Brad, along with Jan's rneddlesome maid portrayed by senior Sari Levine, devised a plan to make Jan realize that he loved her. The play re- volved around his efforts. Eileen fMary Knoxl trys to tell Brad iKelly Trying to get the attention of Jan CSusy Wenzj Normanl that he works to hard on his music who is an 1nter1or decorator Brad iKelly Nor gh , ,Jw K ka V fu. V xv L, T., A V E ,ali-:gg -W, 1 X, ,A 1 , 3' .1 rw, X W w -1 .f ff 1 ,,, . WN- 1 4, QQ Q ,- ,W ,,,..'-ff a ,., ,, , Q fbi '25 EWHEXZ 1311.1 L,,, X ' ,fifffjl X35 uf ...-:Z . N zff ,f f Q. ad . Q N ,-f?Wv , M I VT, ,jf I :Hi ,iz 1 If ' :ff g.. , -, ,mu a'5sVQgf?7LWWfQ7Wf , V M 1- ffwffla, . W ,, '57 ' I' 5' . 1 X 4 'if YE 4 Ll-ERS! TEA cHERS! We Declare We will ht you And youwdlsweff 1 English teacher Leo Myxter and math instruc pie throwing booth during the Bruce Wang made participating fun. The "We Still Care" tor Richard Lindstrom are the targets for the fundraiser. Teacher and student involvement theme typified the students' commitment, Council Holds Benefit for Student E ,- 'i ' S f ll ! V Ublllvlarqauagnnwfql 4' , 'ly V 1 My 2 ' E ' , fwfff 7 ., ' ,-WW 23W ,.: ' 'l 2 ' ' 'JL ' ff , - v A if-'is W' , 3 A-Nw if 5 ' f H" ' ' , 'V If 4 . nfl X ia - 'CGI' y, , ml A 1173 ! , r , V: .K lr V f. I - 'M 4 4 - ki K ' V' , ' . ' f - , ' ff.f::,5P5Q:, I Lb V435 W , i :K 1 W V U.. ' I. ' 'xiififafllll '35 .7 4 " ' ' 4' . ' . eil 'V HH , 'f ' ' 1 1 , . 3 X ,ggi I Y . L ' ' 7 J 'f f ' ' " E, ' f H ' . 1' C' 1 , A , H' V, " ' .l be TP1 ,o gg V Q ' .. X V- ., -. Q, ,psf :M Blindfolded, a girl attempts to shave a Balloon the Kevwanette's Jail, junior class! kissing at one of the various booths. Others included booth and the Student Council refreshments, sixty-four Oifif December 31, 1926, the so South High Student. Council - sponsored a benefit for t sdiohorniore Bruce Wang. Q Bruce has aplastic anemia, and underwentia tang stay T at University Hospital in Minneapolis. After the family started having T financial difficulties, South decided to heipg Thesis T as f benefit, entitled "We Still Care" raised approximately. 52300 for the Wang family. A The fundraiser consisted of i booths, eiwtertainmerrtr s ff? and an auctiong "The Bruce 3 Wang Benefit Boogie? F was heldiafter a hockey if game in the gym. Junior t Marthalseclerciwas named 3 over-all chairperson for the benefit, and Student Council was in charge of it. Q1 I Qui ca ,,,, E , 4-4 ,as ,VA 'ff 1,-, B ft Drama Club became involved in the Bruce Members Peggy Hellem and Renee Geston who attended the event. One could buy Wang Benefit in a way that appealed to most. stayed at their booth selling treats to persons cookies, bread, donuts, and other sweets. A ring toss was sponsored by the Merchants Junior Students from all high schools get down at for the well-attended dance was provided Bank Board, with quart bottles of pop as prizes. the t'Bruce Wang Benefit Boogie". Music disco style by KQWB DJ Charlie FOX- sixty-five 9' v 4 v v ,-'fi A S K M"' s-R Ni' 1 , 'fm " W Ju? +53 Q , V IN. W 3 Q My 'Y QB' A Q' , lv joy Mclby Reigns Gvcr Snow Week Snow Week "Broomball'l takes on an added instead of brooms during the week's Broom- turn as most of the players use hockey sticks ball Night conducted at the South ice rinks. able and humorous activities is the human classes. The biggest problem seems to be the pyramid building contest between the four inability to provide a steady base for the top. Bad weather took its toll on this year's Snow Week activities. Temperatures which ranged to 30 below forced cancellation of sledding and the Snow Ball dance. The week began on January 25 with a pep fest. Scott Johnson and Joy Melby were named Snow King and Queen. Other candidates were Rolf Haarstad, Veronica Allen, Doug Linsteadt, Barb Ferguson, Jay Weyers and Cassie Gravel. A broomball tournament was featured that evening with 14 teams turning out. A team of sophomores , the Killers, captured first place with the Junior Birdmen placing second. Student Council e and chairperson Denise y Hayer were in charge. sixty-seven While takinga tour of the museum, Miss Bro- Lloyd lDave Dabilll. The girl guides fSuzi art objects. The schoolgirls are ifrom left to l die CKari Jo Stokkaj meets her ex-lover, Mr. Peterson and Jan Marie Stricklandl point out righfl Sari Levine, 5110 CUmmif1QS, Mary Stokka Plays Miss Brodie on Stage Miss Brodie tells her girls of Mary,s tragic vinel realizes how Brodie uses her students death in Spain. At this point, Sandy QS. Le- and this makes her very upset with Brodie. sixty-eight izi f Undegrthe direction isi i a Wa? i a iri, Stoldcalgirisi an ecgentric seijool abdiiiifisall i ' she is dishonestfand her l conducts is not themostt had affairs with two teachers, Lloyd CDaveg3DabilD and A isiii inssms rJaz:sbf senl. Miss Brodie's "brood" consists mainly of four girls: and yi Mary CSari Levine, Sue Cum- mings, Kim Knutson and taraaa Marv Kimi. With-the hQ1P0f Miss lMrjKay Path Henniiigl, the school's head mistress, Qandy betrays Brodie, g 4? 'V sa' 1 , ga. X il 'f, f ns 'i li 1 in s " ff, I iw 4 Woody erman Visits Fargo South Among the favorites in assemblies and shows for the 1976-77 year included the return of two performers: Rornane and Woody Herman. Romane, a pyschic hypno- tist, was featured in an hour iong assembly. He attempted to hypnotize approximately 40 people, succeeding on about ten. Woody Herman and the Young Thundering Herd, appeared February 3 in a concertiopen to the public. Between two and three thousand people saw the two hour long show. Author Dr. Char1es1Shedd spoke to the senior class in April on "How to know if you are really in love." There were also many pep fests during the year, Jeff Stoen, Steve Linn and Mark Tryhus take the school year. This skit was before the one bfoadcagted by part in one of the many skits conducted during b-ballers went to the Grafton Tournament. I Si so Barbara Grant, phy ed teacher, plays the part Dr. Charles Shedd discusses with the seniors The Amazing Romane, hypnotist, makes his ofaliving Christmas tree at the pep assembly. Nl-low to know if you are really in love." second appearance at South in two years. seventy Woody Herman, one of the last ot the touring which has been a trade mark of his for almost Herman and the Young Thundering Herd's big band era musicians, swings into the piece forty years, "Woodchoppers Balli' Woody appearance was February 3 in the South gym. The biQg6Sf change in the Woody Herman use of his musicians in solos and duets either Woody Herman and Frank Tiberi, one of concert over the previous appearance is the with Woody or another musician. Here Woody's long time musicians, team up. seventy-one . 3 4 4 3 J ibi- Roaring Twcnties Brought to South Flora, Betty and Winnie CS. Levine, L. Stock- not be happy until he pays them 520,000 each man and K. Knutsonl sing of how Jimmy will in blackmail money to make them happy too. The never-never land of the twenties was brought back to life when the Drama and Music Departments joined together for the musical pro- duction "No, No, Nanette". Nanette KK. Hegrel is a young girl who wanted to see a little bit of life before she settled down. She de- cided the best way to see life is to take a trip to Atlantic City with her friends. Her mother, Sue QM. Knoxl was against it but her father, lJimmylD. Dahll cle- 0 cided to take her with their maid Pauline QS. Cummingsl, i who acted as chaperone. The unexpected arrival of three women, a series of complications and the threats of scandal and blackmail made the musical y a showliitworth rerriemberiing. Pauline lS. Cummingsl tells Nanette KK. Hegrel about some of the finer points in life. seventy-three Seniors Jennifer Dahlgren and Jerry Johnson annual junior-Senior prom, The weather held dance with the several hundred couples at the true to form by raining on the day and evening l ' 1 S 1 if l . Mark Saline and Carla Wetjen Lori Wightman and Jay Echtenkamp seventy-four of the promlvlany feel that the prom cannot be successful unless it rains the night of prom. Linda Asklancl and Kevin Johnson ' ver the Rainbow' Sets Mood Juniors Michelle Kelly and Fred Schlanser take a break from the dancing to go to the North meets South as Roger Coffey of North High dances with his date Joyce Lauinger to ' 1 -1 lounge area in the balcony to partake some liquid refreshment before going back to dance. the music of Roughrider at the joint North- South Prom held April 16 at North High. "Over the Rainbow" was carried out as the theme for the 1977 North-South Junior-Senior Prom, which was held at North. The rock group "Roughrider'r' played for the April 16 event which was held from 9 to 12 in the North gym. Decorations included ' a huge rainbow under which students had to walk tb get on the dance slriiiril J floor, and streamers were wired above the gym. Punched was also served. Southsprom chairman was junior Karen Hegre. Student Council aided in the decorations and-ticket i selling. long time J prom sponsor noted, "It's as good aturnout as they've had in years." g. l Deann Suppa and Jared Krieg have their prom pictures taken by the LDJ studio. seventy-five The South Choir, under Mr. Gene Okerlund, performed two numbers during graduation. Joyce Lauinger receives her diploma from school board member Mr. Oscar Lindgren. seventy-six uf' 'Wad 7 GL. i i y 7 1 -. I AM A' M ER f fl iw , ! .c 3 76 tudents Graduate FFOFU left to fighf, Julie MCDQYITIOYL Desiree ment of the occasion while posing at the Civic Bertsch and Nancy Fischer show the excite- Auditorium after the graduation cerimonies. The graduates file out of the crowded Civic Auditorium during "March from Athalia in '77 Class Graduation opened on Thursday, 4:30 p.m. with the fidhaseintation of the colors bythe South High Color Guard. 376 seniors marched in to the processional, "Pornp and Circumstance' ' , performed by the South High orchestra under the direction of Mr. Tim Running, Roger Lee gave the invocation. The choir, directed by Mr. Gene Okerlund, performed two numbers: "Gloria", and "Times of Your Life". Mr. Ed Raymond, in his last year as principal at South, gave his commencement address entitled "The South High Walk-about' '. After the presentation of diplomas, the benediction was given by Kathy Sorensen, seventy-seven Many fine athletes have put in hundreds of hours practicing and the work has paid off. In this past year, South swimmer Scott Malm had one of the best times in the nation in the backstroke. Malrn signed a national letter of intent to a major university, Minnesota. The Most Valuable Player in football, Jay Weyers, has been named honorable mention on the All-America football squad. Wrestler Gregg Stensgard, winner of the state title, has toured Germany with the AA' squad. Junior Sarah Jordheim is the first South girl to capture the state singles crown. Jeff Stoen, Dave Thune, Amy, Becky and Jed Krieg. The list goes on. However, South's past has exciting athletes. l-'lere's just Jim Bjorklund-graduated member of South's best e '69-70 team which took fourth in went on led the for fi l Uhr top o a was Valuable Runner in cross country and now participates in the same sport at NDSU. Gordie Sprattler-is South's career rushing record holder in football. A 1975 graduate, Gordie is now at NDSU trying for a spot on the nationally ranked team. VARSITY BASKETBALL South Opponent VARSITY HOCKEY Opponent 3 Shanley A95 105 R63 V 3rd' Place L M 3rd Place ordheim Wins Singles Titlesg Golfers, Netters Take State Marilyn Barge's golfers and Candis Pendergast' tennis players established themselves early in the season as being contenders for the re- spective state titles and then proceeded to do just that. Bargels golfers took state in near freezing weather after having taken a fourth place finish in the EDC meet because of injuries. Aside from the EDC, the golfers placed first in all meets and were led by sen- iors Julie Foss and Marsha Gibb. Suzy Wenz and Karen John- son will be returning. On the tennis courts the state meet , after being postponed three times, was won by South's once beaten team. The Bruins beat Bismarck 9-6 for the title and junior Sarah Jordheim established a record by taking both the region and state singles titles. The girls tennis team had an excellent season as this was the first time that a South team has ever taken the EDC, region and state. Marilyn Barge Candis Pendergast eighty-two South High's Junior Varsity members are S. Haakenson, C. Dillard, L. Halliday, J. Holland and K, Hentges. The JV had a 4-l record for the season losing to Moorhead. Senior Marsha Gibb, one of the most consistent golfers, injured a back muscle during the EDC tournament but she was able to play on the state championship golf team. . E' , . S W ff' if X , f J' 1' Q K !!Pffgf'!f', X 4 f iff?ifZ37.AiQ. X f ' X1 Xl' fjifff A 'f '- X If' ffff ,If f f 1' Senior Renae Rudolph, a four year letterwo- Nancy Fisher, Shelie Foss and Jean Paulsen man, concentrates on a forehand shot. are the other three seniors on the team. Varsity tennis members are, Kneeling: S. S. Foss, S. Jordheim, N. Fisher, J. Paulsen Johnson, R. Rudolph, N. Pappas. Standing: and M. McClure. Four players are seniors. f i ' Y ' . ' i 3 1 -k - ' e"1 . , , .ratf Junior Sarah Jordheim is the 1976 region and state singles champion. She is South's first. The Qi1'1S QOH team m9mb91'S are B- Gorman, Foss, M. Gibb, I.. Engan, K. Feste, L. had an undefeated season except for the K. Feste, C- Bladholm. L- Karla, 5- Wenz, J- Hornbacher. and K. Johnson. The golf team fourth place finish in the EDC tournament. eighty-three l Football Team Has 6-3 Record In Hertel's Initial Season South, led by the backfield combination of halfback Jeff Huguelet and fullback Steve Backer, and on defense by Jay Weyers and Rolf Haar- stad, finished with the best record since 1973. South was 6-3 overall and finished third in the EDC with a 4-2. Not knowing what to expect from South's football team at the beginning of the sea- son, first year head coach Dale Hertel was very pleased with the 6-3 mark and the team's will to win. Losing their first game to Moorhead 24-O, South came back and defeated Rugby 17-3, guided by quarterback Jeff Stoen and sophomore kicker Kurt Stellrecht. The Bruins then lost to Shanley 56-22. South's narrow win over Jamestown set off a five game winning streak that ended when cross- town rival North defeated them 42-6 in the final game of the season. This loss ruined their wildcard berth hopes. Dale Heftel eighty-four X Sophomore kicker Kurt Stellrecht boots in the extra point attempt in South's homecoming win over the Grand Forks Central Redskins at NDSU's Dacotah Field. Senior halfback Jeff Huguelet is wrapped up by three Redskin defenders after a short gain. Huguelet was Southls leading ground gainer during the 1976 football season. 'iv 1 "'Ruv If 5-5 . V. Q. ,um A Iv' A f N if ., ..,.. ,W W . 6 SX H f ..Lk n'--..,s.-.gqhwhww fg: .,1',gQQ,' ' f.,, 1 i3f5"ff': W" kim -1 ff 535, 4 V' f ll H 1: ,s,r ,f 1-mm , ' ""-m.,,,,hbY , ...--.,.,W,N." J 24f4:we4wHm,x ' ' ' nail!! Q 5: 'N-r fx: - il Q: M,,, z 5 :nun -111-Q4 'ull ,, is 3,5 1 " f 1 'aw Fl Q. X,-"f""f 3,' , ' 4.3 4 j" .J - l M ' 21124 Ang, V gm., 54 ii 9 J. H r l Murray, J. Kath. Row 2: C. Rudrud, J. Row 3: Coach Orvik, T. Jahner, S. Erickson, Leclerc, R. Anderson, S. Lewton, P. Bystol, J. N. Bowe, G. Radtke, T. Pavek, J. Haug, J. Dahlgren, B. Balkes, M. Kelly, T. Ekstrom, Wadeson, J. Loveland, R. Narveson, E. W. King, P. Knox, S. Lewton, G. Paumen. Kautzman, G. Rodolph and Coach Hagen. The 1976 77 South High Sophomore football Green, B. Peterson, D. Fellbaum, T. Kieley, Urness, B, Monson, S, Rodlund, B. Gompf, squad Rowl E Haarstad D Markel R K. Stellrecht, W. Schafer. Row 2: J. Levi, D. B, Ripplinger, J, Meyer, D, Dolezal and Potter W Muscatell N Borman P Honl S Hawkinson, J. McPherson, B. Sprattler, S. the Sohomore football coach John Kelley. up A , . fi. Sophomore Paul Honl, in addition to his fullback players unsuccessfully try to block it. The duties, punts the ball while three Moorhead Spud Bruin-Spud battle was played at the South field. An unidentified Moorhead football player attempts to gain some valuable first down is surrounded by South defenders as he yardage. Moorhead won the game 26-7. Fullback Paul Honl carries the ball for a four Moorhead defenders. Honl was one few yards as he is sandwiched between of the sophomores' leading rushers. K Sophomores, Freshmen Have 3-4-1, 1-7 Records Respectively Plagued by inconsistent play, the sophomore football team had an up and down season with a 3-4-1 record. Coached by John Kelley and Lynn Forde, the sopho- more squad started out their season with losses to North and Moorhead but then had a three game win- ning streak before tying Shanley 6-6. With two games to go the sophomores suf- fered a disappointing loss to West Fargo and ended their season with a second loss to North. Named the most valuable lineman at the end of the year was Don Dolezal while Kurt Stellrecht was voted most valuable back for the sophs. The freshman squad under Coach Gelaine Orvik finished their season with a 1-7 record. Although having a disappoint- ing season, Mr. Orvik felt that a good attitude was displayed by the whole team. Orvik returned to coaching football after having spent a year in cross country. 'iw John Kelley Gelaine Orvik eighty-seven J Underclassmen Lead Swimmers To Third Place In State Meet Coach Jan Cossette's girls swim team was undergoing what she called a build- ing year because of the large number of underclassmen partici- pating. After taking third place in state with an accumulated 154 points, Cossette stated, L'They really did well this year. lThey are a building team and we will be strong next year." Two individual and the 400 yard relay team took seconds in state. Cathy Camp was second in diving with 344.10 points and Amy Krieg placed second in the 500 yard freestyle in 5:53.0. Relay team members were Patty Miller, Jacque Hol- land, Pat Cole and Krieg. Team awards were most dedicated, Carla Kenwardg most spirit, Jackie Nessg most improved, Pat Cole, and most valuable, Amy Krieg. Krieg set records in the 200 yard free- style, the 200 IM and the 500 freestyle. Cole set the record in the 100 butterfly while the 400 freestyle relay set a record. Jan Cossette eighty-eight Sophomore Amy Krieg swims her last leg of the 200 yard freestyle. Amy set records in the 200 yard freestyle, the 200 IM and the 500 yard freestyle events during the year. ,I 2' Q y V 6' . 2 f .f 5 - A 2 'D 2 ' .1 'J -f -, WL - '- 'Sy , r f+.1s? fASf2E?,2,affW if P-ff - 1.3- f2,. 4 - . 3 - 9' -i'.,' ' 5 Xa. ' if -an .' 'ff 3' M,gf1i f5,f. ,AWG 'qi Q :,Qfl.-"Lt, ' " ,. 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South was hurt by many injuries dur- ing the season and only nine people finish- ed the full season. This year's harriers had a new coach in Mr. Dave Kampa. Kampa replaced Gelaine Orvik who left the post to coach ninth grade football. It was the second new coach in as many years. For the second straight year, senior Jed Krieg received the Most Valuable Runner, but the injury-ridden Krieg could not better last year's state second. No runners placed in the state top ten. Charles Westerholm was the Most lm- proved runner as well as running the most miles. Westerholm ran a distance equal to that between Fargo and Des Moines. Matt Torgerson was the Most Dedicated runner and second in miles. Dave Kampa ninety Senior Jed Krieg runs in the Shanley Invitational which was held at Fargo's Lindenwood Park where all of South's home meets were held during the year. Senior Charles Westerholm makes his move from the middle of the pack in the Shanley Invitational which included all the area schools. The meet is the first of the season. 5P iI.'lIT1u"llin7x. IL6 'S' ,NW .fill ll! HUIAU. The South Hxgh School freshman cross holz B Orman M Stensgard D Sorensen the rnter c1ty league and the 1nv1tat1onal cross Country team members me D B09 B- Bl-lCh J T0mhiiV2 The fr0Shm2fl compete mainly ln country meets rn the Fargo Moorhead area Varslty cross country members are C M Torgerson J Hewrtt T Hoaby T Hoaby cross country team are semors mcludmg Westerholm M Tryhus S Malm J. Krleg and G Paumen FIVE of the members of the Krleg who was named Most Valuable runner Varsity basketball team,Kneeling: l..Haaken- Johnson, J. McDermott, C. Pugh, P. Lee, R. C. Wetjen, J. Elhard and D. Bertsch The son, T. Smith, G. Fischer. Standing: T. Nesemeier. L. Brieland, T. Wetjen, I.. Lund, team was coached by Mr. Al Workman -vii' s.. T. amrrnw Nr "N, ' . .X 1 . li 2 During one of the ragged moments in the on the floor, goes for the ball as teammates Ronda Nesemeier f40l and Julie McDermott South-Jamestown game,junior Carla Wetjen, Desiree Bertsch 1341, Tammy Johnson C12l, 1203 move to get into the game action ninety-two 7 4 f nf Q: -4 . . ., 'xfw . an-5 N., W. ff., Senior guard Desiree Bertsch attempts to Jamestown opponent. The Blue Jays took get two points against an aggressive Second in the state basketball tourney. ee, T. Wetjen amcd Captains For arsity Girls B-ball "Winning may not be everything, but we don't practice to come in second," was the motto for the girls basketball season. Under the new coach Allyn Workman the varsity team fin ished 7-8 for the year. "I was not disap- pointed at all after we were .1-5 at a time. I feel that our team improved tremendous- ly and surprised many Al Workman people with our final record, " commented Workman. On the strong points, he stated of the team, "lt's desire to im- prove and be a winner. We worked on our passing, shooting, driving and rebound- ing and saw improved results at the end of the season. " At one time in the season, the team had five straight wins to its credit, but they were defeated by Wah- peton. Sophomore Aldean Lee and senior Tammy Wetjen were selected by the team as season co-captains. Deb Saxe assisted Workman and coached the JV. ninety-three Junior Varsity basketball team, Kneeling: J. Bruggeman, J. Konrad, J. Cordahl, K. Krieg, D. Bergerson, A. Devlin, T. Zimmer- King, S. Infeld, L. Pryzbilla. Standing: K. Westerholm, I.. Schlenker, I.. Harty, B. man are coached by Miss Debbie Saxe. South's Freshman basketball team, Kneeling: son. Standing: J. Lipp, G. Johnson, P. l-larty, Westrick, D. Hagel. Not pictured is Jane J. Schulz, J. Current, D. Kilfoyl, S. Gunder- C. Ulschmidt, L. Meyer, J. Beilke, S. Vennerstrom and Coach Mardy Dosland. ninety-four Sophomore Laurie Schlenker l35l grabs the rebound as Debbie Bergerson i331 assists while juniors Ann Devlin and Becky Krieg look on in the North-South battle at North, M Junior Becky Krieg lleftl takes the jump ball in the North game and in the same game Krieg lrightl shoots. Krieg is a standout athlete in two sports: basketball and track. Frosh,j Girls B-Ball Teams Improve During Year "I don't feel that our record of C2-12l gives justice to what the team actually accomplished," stated Deb Saxe, coach of the girls junior var- sity basketball team. "We improved im- mensely from the first day of practice and have come a long way," she commented, "Even though we had a losing season I was s still proud of the team. Their attitudes were excellent and even when they weren't winning, the team always continued to work hard." Ann Devlin and Lynn Harty, both juniors, served as co-captains for the 1976 junior varsity season. Freshmen girls basketball coach, Mardy Dosland, felt, "Our season record CO-8l leaves a lot to be desired, and does not truthfully tell this team's ability and over all season. Every player worked hard and improved at each and every game. The team learned to free-lance off different offenses and work together." Mardy Dosland ninety-five Basketball Team Has 15-11 Year, Captures Grafton ...aa Holida Tourney MWC 0V9fCam9 the defeatist feeling Two Jamestown defenders tumble to the floor as senior forward Jim Petterson re that We had at the Start, The players verses underneath the basket for a lay up Petterson was called for charging tasted victory. We started out winning, and from then on we were good," stated Ron Herring about the varsity. basketball team. "We went from a losing record in the previous year to a 13-11 season, the best in years," he continued. On a few of the strong aspects of his team, he pointed out their pressing defense, overall attitude and hustle. "We also outscored almost all our opponents in the fourth quarter of each game." This he attributed to good conditioning. Height was the predomi- nant weak point, as in past years. A highlight of the season was the winning of the third place in the Southeast Region. The Bruins were only beaten twice during their season play by Jamestown, North and GF Central, all of which placed in the top four in state. Ron Herring ninety-six EHUIN3 34 Q1 2."J 1 Z , , T95 A J 1' All X, A T-T .,W, -.f 'L'..'...""' i L if .1 ,if ' ' Q X Senior All4Southeast Region forward Mark Junior center Steve Linn, winner of the Chuck Jerry Johnson, senior guard, hits a short Tryhus shoots against the Blue Jay defense. Dawson Team Player Award, gets fouled. jumper in South's loss to GF. Central. South VHYSUV basketball team, Kneeling: D. Herring, D. Norman, R. Salzwedal, K. The Bruin varsity put together a winning Dahl, J. Johnson, J. Stoen, J. Petterson, S. Norman, K. Nelson, S. Linn, J. Kenny, B. record of 13-11 and a third place finish in the Pollock, D- Kolpack, R- Lee. Standing! R. Larson, M. Tryhus, J. Peinovich and J. Laney. power laden Southeast Regional Tournament. ninety-seven ai. .mtgww , gg gjywwZ?zf1 15521 MN. , mm im '29 W Q 416 Ai F 5 fi WWWWWPMM, . Hfwwm we 1 TM 4, , W, M I .ng if 4 Wm we ggwfyf L sl 2:52 -H f QM Nw lfn 1 A 'X W.-V23 fl .wgiffq A . ff H., Q ,I V , M V Z ,lfe , q1 , 74 , I , .- '. ,,x,,gn,. , j r A, Q , V V- ,., ,, - 1 Jw . 4 ' . Qwznafmmad 1 7 .f gg, 1 M 4 . Y , 4 -. I ' w,s, .f+:f-M i n- ,,. ' -5-1 : f' uf, ' ,M 'pmwl an 1 Junior forward Jeff Kenney puts in a lay-up in the Bruins first loss of the 76-77 season. Junior guard and MVP Dave Kol pack hits from the outside for two. Sophomore Dave Norman 1151 blocks a assisted by junior Jim Peinovich 1231 shot by a West Fargo player, He is Norman was named Most Improved unior Varsity Basketball Ends Season ith 15 -5 Slate Junior Varsity boys basketball started out their 1976-77 season in a flourish under first year coach Jerry Laney, and ended it with a win- ning 13-5 record. "We , started out the season really great, but we seemed to slack off by the end," comment- ed Coach Laney. "We lost four out of our last five games playedf' Laney, who came from Agassiz described his the season as "fantastic". "I like the kids, it was really fun working with the team." The highlight of the season for Laney was beating Moorhead in overtime on the Bruin home court. "It's fun to beat Moorhead," chuckled Laney. Strong points of the team were good shooting and a good attitude. Lack of height inside was their weakest point. Junior Dave Kolpack was voted Most Valuable by the players on the team, and soph Dave Norman was tagged Most Improved. Jerry Laney feelings about ninety-nine ophs Have 13 -5 Record, Freshmen in Inter-City This year the Sophs were coached by a new coach, Mark Gibbons. After a poor start they were able to get a 13-5 record at the end of the sea- son. Steve Bartholo- may received the Most Valuable Player and Darryl Infeld received Most Improved Award. The Frosh were coached by Rich Lind- strom and had a final record of 12-9. They also won the Inter-City Championship. At the beginning of the season they had a 4-0 record. After Christmas a few problems developed, but these didn't keep them from taking the trophy. A change this year was having only one Freshman team instead of two teams. This year's team consisted of 18 players, two of whom were named by the members of the team to receive the Most Valuable and the Hustle awards. Ken Sanford was given the Most Valuable Player and Tom Jahner won the Hustle. W A Richard Lindstrom one hundred Members of the Sophomore basketball team are, Row 1: B. Schafer, J. Hewitt, S O'Neil, D. Infeld, P. Birkholz, L. Spiering, R. Salzwedel, J. Johnson. Row 2: J. Mc Pherson. B. Martin, S. Rodlund, S. Bartholomay, J . Eide, B. Belk, L. Stoa, J . Meyer M. Devlin and Coach M. Gibbons. The sophomores finished with a 13-5 record Members of the 1976-77 Freshman basketball team are, Row 1: T. Anderson, J . Myh- re, B. Buchholz, K. Caspers, T. Jahner, J. Loveland, M. Pallasch. Row 2: Coach R. Lindstrom, D. Emanuel, C. Rudrud, J . Tillotson, K. Sanford, M. Kuebler, J . Tomhave, J. Kennedy and student manager J. Gast. The frosh won the Inter-city title. Five members of the freshman team listen carefully to Coach Lindstrom during a time- out. Student trainer Wayne Edinger passes the water bottle and towels around. ia ff I I 3 ll?" is MW 5 X z ii 'l M3 X ,Qbfw gm ,, E 1 l as " Dsl fa .lf Li 2 Nil? Qui 'H M 4 3 .,f, Aging: "i 3 wiv-wa n al'-L la 9 1 01160 wnog 'gb-R89 55 wisp imap QNRGQ Q M160 15 43 SDUTP SUUTH 2 S SIJUTH 15' SBUTH snurn f Sum Egg' sum-H ,, K, SOUTH Q!-R50 45 SOUTH qwsp SUUTH 0260 53 SOUTH gxmiu 1 1 SUUTA 91150 11 SWT! wwf: 13 suu-rv Gimp 21 SOUTH mm, 23 snum 2 Judy Olafson, sophomore, bumps the ball while teammates Dawn Hagel and Pam Buchholz, both juniors, wait for her set-up. North was the only school they played. "C" team members are, Kneeling: L. Pryzbilla, J. Olafson, S. Gowin, D. Yeager Standing: D. Hagel, P. Buchholz, K. Westerholm, J. Scheel, Coach D. Keegan irls ollcyball Ends Year With 3-1 Record Against North South girls acquired a new winter sport this year with volleyball. In its first year of existence fifty girls were involved in the four different teams under the coach- ing of Esther Cook. The players were di- vided up into four teams: A, B, C, and D. Competition was limit- ed to North where South won three of the four matches. Nancy Fisher served as captain for the A team and was elected best server and most spirited. Other awards went to Carla Wetjen, most hustleg Cindy Pugh, best bumperg Kathi Bruggeman, best setter, and Lisa Breiland, the best spiker. "This year was only a beginning, but a good beginning," commented Cook. "We made a lot of progress in a short season. Next year we hope to have more schools to play and more organized sche- dules which should lead to even more team spirit and winning play," she said. '55,- ,XX Esther Cook one hundred three ----qgn if fg, T B4 , 'L . T ,. ' FA 'wa' wa' Hockey Team Impressive Despite State Tourney Loss Capturing second in the Dakota Con- T ference and defeating both Grand Forks The movements are there but the puck is in the net as Doug Stensgard, top of photo teams, the varsity hockey team under Matt Andrews l7l and f'11, a JV squad member score again on Red River icers Coaches Dave Roddy and Al Henry finished their season with an impressive 19-7 record. Although losing the opening round to Bot- tineau in the state tournament, Coach Roddy was still pleased with the Dave Roddy team's season and their determination to win. Highlighting the season were wins over Grand Forks Red River K6-2l and Grand Forks Central K5-4l. The Bruins also surprised North in the South Regional Tournament be defeating the Spartans 5-1 to capture first place., Once again senior Dave Thune was the leading scorer for South. Thune set a school record with 38 goals and 51 assists. Jeff Huguelet and Dave Cleaver were second and third leaders scorers with 46 and 43 pOll'1'tS respectively. Dave Cleaver i17l and Jeff Huguelet l12l apply the pressure on goalie Anderson. 'amd Pressure is the name of the game when playing a Grand Forks school and the Bruins one hundred four -Xl. :Y xx ll '-- Here is that moment of truth for Red River before they realize that it is too late to stop the puck as Dave Cleaver 1171 and Jeff Huguelet, behind '92, follow the puck. 1976-77 Bruin Varsity hockey team, Row 1: Manager J. Stitz. Row 2: Coach D. Roddy, T. StudentManagerR.McCormick,J.Huguelet, Lakoduk, D. Hentges, J. Provencher, D. K. Lewton, M. Andrews, S. Johnson, E. Thune, J. Schlossman, J. Moher, D. Hawkin- Henning, D. Stensgard, P. Honl, Student son, Coach A. Henry. Row 3: Coach A. Schaffer, R. Savageau, T. Wolff, K. Stell- recht, S. Lewton, S. Lewton and D. Cleaver. The Bruin Varsity won the South Region and had a 19-7 record with a sixth place in state. one hundred five - . MJ-N "CU team hockey members are, Front Row: Student Manager R. McCormick, J. Herbst, A. Schafer, T. Gregory, M. Qualey, B. Backes, T. Elstad. Back Row: J. Dahlgreen, T. Thue, T. Ronnie, T. Evanson, N. Sonnesyn, J. Sorgaard and Coach B. Johnson. The "C" team had a record of 7-6-1 which included two wins and a tie over the North High Spartans. . JV hockey team members are, Row 1: S. Bergo, S. Johnson, T. Lakoduk, B. Vidger, R. Raftevold, G. Howells. Row 2: Student Manager J. Stitz, T. Moe, S. Goltz, N. Borman, D. Mogck, D. Dahl, G. Cummings, Student Manager R. McCormick. Row 3: T. Pavek, R. Savageau, S. Erickson, W. King, J. Leclerc and Bruin "b" team Coach A. Schaffer. There is that certain feeling of joy and triumph that hits when the puck hits home and the goal one hundred six light goes on. Here Tim Pavek Klll, Jeff Leclerc 191 and Nick Borman K16l feel that moment as their line scores in the twice a year North-South battle on ice. JV, Freshmen Hockey Teams port Winning Records Coached under Mr. Frank Schaffer, the JV hockey squad ended their season with an 8-1 win over Devils Lake. Compiling a record of 11-5-1, the H JV icers showed im- 3 pressive wins over V My Grand Forks Central, it E 1 W North and Crookston. Defeating North twice, QQ it the JV team was lead gg jx Eff. by sophomore goalie ?53,,3f"- ' 3:QTff.'Qff:g: Don I-lawkinson and ff7Z:?"': h-"h- Fx Al Henry freshman wing Warren King. Hawkinson also saw varsity action. Ending their season with a winning record K7-6-ll the "C" squad team under Mr. Bob Johnson was victorious over rival North High in two meetings. The "C" team defeated the Spartans 3-2 in their first meeting, 5-3 in their second and tied North 4-4 in their final meeting of the season. They were also victorious over Grand Forks Central 3-2, but they ended the season with a narrow loss to the Grand Forks Red River Roughriders 6-5. It was Johnson's second year. one hundred seven Undefeated Stensgard amed Most Valuable South Wrestler Capturing first in the EDC and region, the Bruin varsity wrestling squad under Coach Jerry Larson put out a good effort at the State Meet but managed to place only fifth with 74 points. Mandan ran away with the title with a total of 1951!2 points. "I was pleased with the effort everyone put out," commented Larson. "We had a very suc- Jem' I-afson cessful season capturing the EDC and re- gion and finishing fifth place at statef, Capturing first in the State Meet was 145 pounder Gregg Stensgard. Finishing fourth at 112 pounds was Robin Johnson while Tim Jones and Kris Condon placed fifth. During the season there were 11 records broken with seven of them going to Stensgard. Dick Potter shattered the record for season takedowns by bringing his opponents down 84 times. At the end of the season Stensgard was voted MVW and Mike Lordeman was most improved. one hundred eight Above: Junior Chris Condon shoots in for a double leg takedown on his opponent. Below: Senior state champion at 145 pounds Gregg Stensgard shows the aggress- l iveness that earned him the reputation of being a "head hunter". Stensgard won the l championship at 132 pounds in 1976 and he has 48 consecutive and 93 career wins. 1 ' M Xt I: : 1 3 s I I S .J , : F ? :C N. ' "5P X 1 E 5 dp N . 'psi fs 'fs f-N --fa f 1 ,V "'x.ul', el' f ia.. T 25 K f ff' - .. 1, ,AA ew ,,ff - 2 X WW , .. .,,Qf, y , - ,mf .- , ,Z,., W 1, "ii 1E::,. fl , I-' 51115-Q13 1-,ny nl . za. , -,is1f'E .zaf1f1--1141: ,H . , ,. ,..., ,M .w m v fv H g W fx w E55 2 ,. f my ., , W .f mfg, ya fuwwggf I ,X., , , , ' f Lf, -nie, A ' W Y wr l - 1-I The 1976-77 JV wrestling squad, Front Row: Zimmerman, R. Elsner, D. Seeb, K. Westby, Peterson, T. Kleefeld, D. Lothspeich, S. M. Payne, D. Markel, D. Fellbaum, M. E. Haarstad. Back Row: J. Bartel, B, Sandland,R.PotterandT.Josephat7-Zmark. Freshman Scott Savageau, whowrestles inthe squad. Savageau wrestled his way to a sixth had qualified for state in the Southeast 98 pound division, also wrestled for the varsity place finish in the state tournament after he Regional Tournament held at South High. Above: Freshman Tim Rowland secures a double leg takedown on his opponent. Be- low: Rowland attempts to pin his opponent with a double chicken wing move. Wrestlers Finish at 7-2, Frosh Team Has 4-4 Mark Coached by Lynn Forde, the JV team wrapped up their season with a 35-26 vic- tory over cross-town rival North. Losing only two dual meets, the wrestlers compiled an impressive 7-2 mark while placing no lower than third in five JV tournaments. Mark Zimmerman led the team with most wins at 21-2. He also led the team with eight pins. Dennis Lothspeich had the most reversals at 25 and takedowns with 26 during the JV '76- 77 wrestling season. Ending the season on a low note, the freshman squad led by Don Brunette finished the year with a 4-4 dual meet record. Coached by Mr. John Kelley, the frosh team was unable to re- peat last year's second place finish in the Inter-city and placed a disappointing sixth. Capturing first for South in the tourney was Brunette while Tim Rowland placed third. The highlight of the season was an early 88-0 rout over Shanley. Lynn Forde John Kelley one hundred eleven 4 ,MQ 5 5 13355 fX'qs"f"W' BRU i5 G0 50g gYS's sally fp NW 50017 N I '77 -N mb' ' mums? BRUIIS X' u"Ru"'5 W5 ' 'wsulz 1 , nusau' ,N Q 1 ' ' mn ' J M . uzus3f Q, C N Y ' W ' B S ,."'m saab' Q Q fox? 0""'W" fm W' J Wffff 'L Sw if XIIIS am, 'A mm. ws ms s at - V 2 'M - QM 'V V W 7 gm 50Il5y gnu Suu, QW 'JW QB 500f RN 0 'Y M904 501117, N' 4' mums mm: W5 BRU IIS BRI! IIS ' Q 1 52 1A'fkffA Xk.,,, Q ul lu! "ef A 'x st xi' ' '-ww sky' "' " as , 1 . 'JSE ff ,,,,N ,V Q 14' I W W, mf Q 4 5 , RQ, M- 1 4' Il , www, A . 'im J . WW Q U: f, Uv' W, -gl' ,-" Aff' , , ' Qi , ,.,, 1 ',,M1,,.,M , ' Xwwww-Q, H , N1,w4 -- ,,,, , he ., MQ, ,, .,. 1 W I .,,V T K f H I Mae, , ww K wa.. W wi' '11 1, ,y,,,, , mf 'Sm,wW kk ,, W' -f .iw f K ,L V 14:17 V WY ' -,, " 'K , Senior Ralph Manley swims the 100 yard a team record in the butterfly and swam Butterfly. Manley, in his best season, set on the record breaking 200 yard relay. South's record holding 200 yard relay and R. Manley established a new pool team of G. Burdick, S. Malm, E. Larson and team record during the season. Malm Directs Bruin Swimmers To Third Place State Finish Senior Scott Malm broke records in the 200 yard individual medley l2:04.2l and the 100 yard backstroke l:55.1l to help lead South to a third place finish in the state meet. He also was a member of the record setting 200 yard med- ley relay team 11:46.01 with Gage Burdick, Ralph Manley and Eric Larson. Larson also won the 50 freestyle in :23.0. Coach Tom Manley's swimmers broke 12 records during the course of the season. Malm broke records in the 200 yard freestyle, the 200 IM and the 100 yard backstroke lteam and pooll. Larson set records in the 50 and 100 yard freestyles while Manley and Tom Bach- meier set records in the 100 butterfly and the 500 freestyle respectively. Junior Richard I-laarstad set the pace in diving while the 200 yard relay team of Malm, Burdick, Manley and Larson and the 400 yard freestyle team of Manley, Larson, Malm and C. Westerholm set records. Tom Manley one hundred thirteen . ,, V ,uw mmm-mmm ,mmmw '1 W Qqip fwgz wwn5iwI,,,,,.-,.,g.......,, ,,,, mm -- .sim-MM H 4, wwf-nv 1-1 Qu asm: ,,,u1llm Junior Karen Hegre executes one of her moves on the balance beam. Karen in addition to her three letters in gymnastics has been on the swimming team for three years also. South's State Champion Gymnastics team members are Front Row: Becky Raymond. Susie Schraufek, Mo Day, Stacy Simle, Karen Hegre. Back Row: Jane Borman, Susie Lewis, Carolyn Olgaard, Julie Bergo and Jane Vanyo. Many girls are in junior high. irl mnasts .Defeat Midgets To Reclaim State Title South's girls gymnastics team reclaim- ed the state title from Dickinson by edging the Midgets 210.85 to 207.02. The Bruins captured the second through fifth place honors in the all- around competition. Seventh-grader Sue Schraufek was second in all-around with 70. 10 points, followed by eighth-grader Stacey Simle, freshman Jane Vanyo and Karen Hegre finished fifth with a 67.20 score. Eighth-grader Julie Bergo placed tenth in all-around with a 62.25 score. A Dickinson girl was first. South took individual firsts in three of the five events. Eighth-grader Mo Day scored 27.80 to win the vaulting. Simle captured the bars and Schraufek won the balance beam. Bars and the floor exercise were the top events for South. Other squad members were Becky Ray- mond, Jane Borman, Susie Lewis and Carolyn Olgaard. Jim Simle is the coach. IRIQ Jim Simle one hundred fifteen South irls in EDC Indoor, Outdoor Track Titles The girls track team experienced a successful season, winning several meets and never placing lower than third. Depth and balance proved the key to South in the winning of the EDC indoor and out- door titles, a first in district and a third place finish in state. Veteran coach Jan . Cossette stated, "I - was well pleased with everyone's performance and attitude. This year was one of my most enjoyable teams that l've coached." Deb Anderson, assistant track coach, and Dave Kampa, long distance coach, contributed im- mensely to the team's improved season. Individual places in the state meet at Dickinson went to Becky Krieg with a first in the mile and a third in the 880 and Bobbie Quenette with a first in the shot put. Carolyn Olgaard took second in the hurdles, and June Kloubec took a fifth in the 220. Other points came in the relays. Jan Cossette one hundred sixteen The girls mile relay team of Julie McDermott, Kim Kuemper, Pat Cole and Pam Harty as the Bruin photographer saw the race during the EDC first place effort. Freshman girls track team, Row 1: J. Fischer, K. Kenward, J. Current, P. Cole, J. Sandland, L. Rusch, J. Vanyo. Row 2: K. Lordeman, J. Kloubec, J. Martin, J. Kristensen, J. Delaney, P. Harty, J. Beilke, J. Furos and A. Stewart. I-AR f -.A iyxlg. 5, af" , 'GW .. ,I - W 3m q. . 43 is trawl? , ag e ' A A .aw " f Q .41 . W, Wi ' ! Q, naw- Girls Varsity track team, Row 1: L. Harty, V. Krieg, L. Hawkinson, L. Schlenker. Row 2: Nessemeier, B. Quenette, K. Westerholm, J. Naylor, P. Buchholz, A. Krieg, C. Olgaard, J. Coach Jan Cossette, L. Pryzbilla, K. Williams, Cordahl, R. Lean, C. Pugh, Coach W. Zacher, McDermott, K. Kuemper, J. Scheel, B. P. Miller, L. Burtness, A. Lee, J. Davis, R. Coach D. Anderson. They took first in EDC. one hundred seventeen 5 mums , anim I I I V Varsity track, Row 1: T. Hoaby, T. Fink, W. Schafer, J. Krieg, J. Stoen, D. Bonemeyer, C. Drewry, B. Sprattler, M. Ford, T. Hoaby, R. 475 'W Q1 Above: Jed Krieg shows the wear and tear ofa long distance run in the mile. Below: Being quick out of the starting block is important as senior Jeff Huguelet shows his style. Wilma WS Salzwedel. Row 2: J. Hewitt, M. Johnson, M. Millar, A. Zarling, C. Westerholm, D. Fink Torgerson, K. Norman, J. Eide, J. Sprattler, and D. Buchholz. The varsity track team W. Briggs, R. Salzwedel, J. Provencher, R. finished fifth in the state track meet. Frosh track, Row 1: E. Kautzman, R. Ander- Anderson, J. Haug, W. King, K. Sanford, J. son, J. Leclerc, J. Paumen, D. Boe. Row 2: R. Kennedy, D. Sorensen and B. Buchholz. 4. Senior Randy Salzwedel shows the style state 180 yard low and 120 yard high which enabled him to take first in the hurdles. He was fourth in the long jump. Track Team Establishes Six School Records Six varsity records were established by the 1977 track team, coached under Mr. Gelaine Orvik. Led by Jed Krieg and Ran- dy Salzwedel, the track team took home a fifth place trophy from the state meet held at Minot. Salzwedel cap- tured firsts in the 120 yard high hur- dles and the 180 yard ! low hurdles. He also finished in fourth place in the long jump. Salzwedel has records in the 120 highs, the 330 yard IM hurdles and the indoor 60 yard highs. Krieg won the two mile run at state, setting a school record. He also took third in the mile. Krieg is a senior. The other records were set by sophs Jim Hewitt and Wayne Briggs. Hewitt ran a 34.1 in the 300 yard dash while Briggs set a record in the 600 yard run. The highest place the Bruin tracksters could accomplish was a second in the Southeast Regional Meet at NDSU. Gelaine Orvik one hundred nineteen Thune Leads Tennis Team To Second Place In State South's tennis team suffered a narrow defeat in the state meet, losing to Fargo North 8-7 in the finals and having to settle for second place. Coach Tom ,E Engh's golf team had a fi C poor performance in t the state and ended T' ,gig up in sixth place. A iigcc The Dave Thune led I aif' tennis team had a dual y record of 10-2 and r T liiit ' captured the EDC Tom Manley meet. Thune placed ,f g vr first in EDC and sec- C' ond in State. The num- 5 llll ber two doubles team f ..r Q of Paul Scott-Clint Em- 5 r1. erson also won in i fp tii. the state match a- gainst North. Thune Lili ? and number three sin- 2 'ieff l gles player Jim Lev- Tvm Ensh erson were the only seniors on coach Tom Manley's squad. Scott is a freshman. The golf team was led by seniors Mark Tryhus and Dave Barge, juniors Dave Hentges and Tim Jones and sophomore Scott O'Neil. The highlights of the season included wins in three meets: Lisbon, Valley City and South Region. one hundred twenty Varsity tennis team members are P. Scott, J. Kasdan, D. Norman, J. Leverson, C Emerson, D. Thune, J. Herbst. Leverson and Thune are the only seniors on the team Senior Dave Thune serves during the West Fargo meet. Thune finished first in the Eastern Dakota Conference meet and took second in the state tennis singles. Senior Dave Barge, one of four seniors on the team, Junior Clint Emerson attempts to return the ball as his doubles partner freshman Paul tees off on a practice round at the Fargo Country Club. Scott watches. The number two doubles of Emerson and Scott finished first in the EDC. Varsity Golf, Row 1: S. Adelson, S. O'Neil, S. G. Olson, S. Pollock, M. Tryhus, S. Linn, D. Coach Tom Engh. Bergo had one of the high- Bergo, J. Johnson. Row 2: T. Jones, J , Meyer, Barge, J. Fercho, D. Hentges, S. Green, lights of the season when he hit a hole-in-one. one hundred twenty-one Clubs and Activiticsg Changing With Interests Over the past ten years since Fargo South opened, the roster of student activities has changed considerably. New clubs have been formed, and old clubs have become defunct because of lack of interestg but among all of those organizations, a few have continued to be active through the years. Of all organizations at South, Key Club has stayed consistent and has been a constant credit to the school. Over the years Key Club has sponsored the Clean-up Days and held the first blood drive in 1974. They then expanded this program to bi-annually during the next two years, continuing a service project to the Fargo community. Student Council has been organized each year as the student representatives of the school. Over the years it has been in charge of homecoming, revised the school constitution and put out student directories. Pep Club began when South began with its main objective being to promote school spirit. ln the past ten years Pep Club has sponsored the annual Sadie Hawkins Day, helped with homecoming and helped to promote school spirit. The Drama Department of South High has seen many different types of plays and productions. Such plays as "Alice in Wonderland" and "Come Blow Your Horn" have been produced, as well as the musicals "Fiddler on the Roof" and 'LBye Bye Birdie". 5-0 one hundred twenty-two-Activities M, mn Along with these consistent activities at South came the new clubs and the finish of the old clubs. During the first three years, few changes were made in the roster of clubs at Southg but as the years progressed, the list was constantly changing. 1971 saw the start of two new school organiza- tions. Chess Club was started with Lt. Colonel Abe Thompson as the advisor. The Student Activities Board, or SAB, was also begun in 1971. The SAB was made up of all of the clubs' presidents and the class officers. The main purpose of this organization was to sponsor all student activities, thus leaving the Student Council to attend to student affairs, rights and problems. During the first year SAB sponsored Snow Week, Z-Day, Otto Bernhoft Day and the annual Fall Festival. During 1972 a few minor changes were made. Pep Club added "King Sadie" to the Sadie Hawkins festivities. Instead of there only being six freshman cheerleaders, the number was increased to nine. This was done so that more sports could be covered at the same time. Also in the cheerleading area, the hockey-wrestling cheering squad was split up into three wrestling and six hockey cheerleaders. An attempt to start a Models Club started and had failed by the end of the year. The 1973 school year saw many changes within the extra-curricular activities offered at South. Two of the already formed clubs changed their names. What was once Student Council soon became Student Commissions, and the Future Home- makers of America was changed into the Youth for America Club. Autotech, Bike Club and the Domestic Exchange Club were added to the growing list of clubs. The latter, Domestic Exchange Club, was formed to conduct student exchanges between schools in the surrounding states. FBLA, or Future Business Leaders of America, was begun to help give students a better understanding of the business world while still in high school. , Even with the addition of these clubs in 1973, South also lost what were once three worthwhile clubs. The Red Cross Club failed in 1973, the Boys Organization was not startedg and the Student Activities Board became another "past" organiza- tion. The seventh year of Fargo South, or 1974, went by with only a few changes on the activities roster. Both Autotech and Art Club ceased to exist, or even begin. The Journalism Department made a change in the size of the "Bruin" yearbook during the year. Instead of the usual 176 pages, the book was increased to 196 pages, fulfilling the need for more coverage of the year. 1975 saw the failure of the French Club, the Domestic Exchange Club and DECA as they fell from the roster of clubs. A Scuba Club began under the direction of Mr. Leslie Pierce, but the club failed to be re-organized in 1976. A major change in 1976 was the discontinuing of the National Honor Society. In its place a Senior Honor Students was set up. To be eligible the student must be a senior and hold a 3.5 grade point average. Also in 1976 VICA, or the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America, was formed. Lack of interest plagued the club, and by the end of the year VICA no longer held meetings. From 1967 to 1977, the list of activities open to students at South was forever changing. Through- out the years the bad clubs were weeded out and the good clubs were made even better. By 1977, South had progressed to the point where clubs of all interests were open to the student body, and somewhere along the way there was a club to interest everyone, from speech activities to synchronized swimming. Activities-one hundred twenty-three "MN , W K ' Cv . , V, I wwf ff' , K was ' I in S1 'ws Senior Sari Levine works on set construction like all of the members of the cast, pitches in Club produces during the school year. These for the fall production of "Pillow Talk". She, to build the set for all the plays which Drama include the one-acts to the major productions. A jewelry company representative speaks to jewelry as a money raising project. All sales the Drama Club members. The club sold the took place during the month of March. one hundred twenty-four xl ' 1 .. 5 A z L X., South High Drama Club officers are junior Mary Knox, vice presidentg senior Pat Drama Club members are Row 1: S. Knutson. Row 2: M, Knox, V. Naylor, D. Cummings, M. Skrogstad, J. Strickland, M. Radcliffe, T. Kankelfritz, E Curran, M. Dahl, K. Steffens, S. Peterson, S. Levine, K. Rasmussen, M. Grotting, P. Dockter, P. Henning, secretary-treasurer, Mr. Lee Myx- ter, adviser, and senior Sari Levine, president. Drama Club Produces wo Plays, Musical Starting off the year, South I-ligh's Drama Club put on a 3-act comedy, "Pillow Talk", directed by club adviser Lee Myxter. The winter play, "The Hellem, P. Henning. Row 3: S Wenz, D Jacobsen, D. Dahl, B. Blatchford, J. Walters G. Ista, R. Geston, M Wolff and L. Jacobsen Prime of Miss Jean Brodie", was directed by John Snyder. ln April, South students join- ed together and produced "No, No, Nanette' ', a musical comedy set in the gaiety of the twenties. The Drama Club's major pro- ject for the year was another trip to the Guthrie Theatre in Min- neapolis. To raise the money, they sponsored a dance featur- ing Silver and sold jewelry. Elected 1976-77 officers were Sari Levine, president, Mary Knox, vice president and Pat Henning, secretary-treasurer. one hundred twenty-five . Cheerleaders Chosen To Promote Seho l spirit Spring of 76 was tryout time for any South girls wishing to become cheerleaders. A total of . 34 girls were asChOS2IT1T!fO1' South l-lighls six cheerleading squads. The wrestling cheerleaders have added junior Pam Buchholz to their squad as an alternate. Besides getting together over the summer for practice some of the groupsvvent to cheerleading clinics at regional universities. Each squad helped promote School spirit during the orqsqr year. '76-'77 cheerleading advisors included Barb Grant for Varsity, Claire Heath fort.tBfisquadg .Rose Hecomovich for both Hockey and Wrestling, Mary Hoffman for the Swirnmsing squad and Cindy Lee for the Freshmen. The Bruin mascot, who appears at most sports events, helps keep the crowds cheering. 7, .,--...ef--gn.-1 Non-varsity team cheerleaders are Row 1: A. S. Lewis, freshmeng C. Briggs, freshmeng B-squadg P. Wegenast, B-squadg R. Vornholt, Hopple, freshmeng S. Braaten, freshmeng M. Row 2: S. Foss, freshmeng A. Thorstad, B-squadg M. Delaney, B-squadg J. Martin, 5kafIJh01,fY9Shm0f1J D- Hogness, fr9Shmer1g B-squadg D. Brennen, B-squadg K. Aaker, freshmeng and K. Knecht, freshmen. one hundred twenty-six . ,,, H W 1 4 if . M 'Q' I F 'r J. Foss, varsity, M, Kelly, varsity, J. Melby, varsityg S. Braaten, varsity, D. Griesbach, varsityg Row 2: B. Hotvedt, hockeyg K. Overvold, hockeyg M. Meyer, varsityg C. Moses, hockeyg K. Hentges, hockeyg Row 3 S. Ripplinger, hockeyg C. Narum, wrestling C. Krag, wrestling, I.. Engan, hockey, Row 4: K. Williams, wrestlingg P. Buchholz, wres- tling alternateg D. Lee, wrestlingg R. Dillman, swimming, J. Hewitt, swimmingg are the cheerleaders for the varsity teams during the 1976-77 school year at Fargo South High. one hundred twenty-seven Junior Pom Pon girls Susy Wenz and Sara Jordheim make sloppy joes for Bruin Boosters. Juniors Amy Weidner and Bobbi Pratt hula in their Homecoming pep fest pom pon routine. one hundred twenty-eight t X , J.. I ,.Jf' f" - X C? gf? fl..,I7' Z, ff lf. ' .V . 1. 1- I J. Nrzren, S. Jordheim, S. Wenz, S. Black, L. Anderson, A. Weidner, B. Pratt and R :W Miillar, C. Camp,I.. Stockman, K. Radtke, Hogness are the 1976-77 Pom Pon Girls l f , - 'I at many pep fest with songs and witty skits. throw themselves into another hilarious act, Porn Pon president Jennifer Dahlgren makes ready for the Trap gem and Trade 'em Dance. Cathy Hopple President For 1976-77 Pep Club Fall of '76 saw Pom Pon Girls go Hawaiian as they marched in the Homecoming parade, wear- ing grass skirts. They also marched in Imagination '76, 4 for the Pep Club's yearly Sadie Hawkins Day Senior Karen Radtke headed the squad for the first half of the season. Senior Jenny Dahlgren then becarne president. The adviser was Wanda Heintzman. Pom Ponis regular perfor- mances inciudedipep tests, foot- ball, b-bali and hockey games. Pep Club officers for 1976-77 included: senior Cathy I-iopple, president, senior Louise Engan, v-presidentg junior Lisa Peder- son, secretaryg and frosh Anne Hoppie, treasurer. The Club is responsible for Sadie Hawkins dance and pep fest every year. one hundred twenty-nine any 4' 91? -,f. 7 K , Speech activities and debate participants are Golberg, debateg G. Ista, debate. Row 2: speechg R. Anderson, debateg D. Bertel, Kneeling: T. Jones, speech-debateg J. Kas- adviser N. Jordheim, debateg K. Zenner, debateg S, Levine, speechg T. Jenkinson, dan, speech-debateg K. Lordeman, speech, J. speechg A, Fleeker, debateg Row 3: T. Gokey, speech-debateg adviser E. Urban, speech. one hundred thirty Debate Team Captures Second Place In Tourney Foreign Exchange Club was headed by John Snyder with Connie Davis as president, Te- resa Smith as vice president and Ruben Orth as club treasurer. The Foreign Exchange Club had five foreign exchange students staying at various members homes during the school year. Debate which was coached by Nancy Jordheim had a very active year. The JV team took second place at Barnesville. Allen Fleeker took second place in his division in debating. Speech, coached by Elizabeth Urban, took many awards. The team took five awards home from Barnesville. Tim Gokey and Karen Zenner made finals in the State Speech Tourney. l l Foreign Exchange Club members are Front Zimmerman, M. Woolf, J. Lagness, Fatima Kenward, J. Overdahl, B. Blatchford, Bruno ' - ' d F ' E T. Smith, C. Davis, E. Currant, J. Buckfmk. Carrmaschi, exchange student, and J. Strick- Albert, exchange student, an oreign x- Middle Row: M. Skrogstad, W. Czichotzki, T. land. Back Row: T. Kautzman, M. Snyder, D. change Club Adviser Mr. John Snyder. one hundred thirty-one Fargo South High Key Club members are, Ramlo,M.Zimmerman, B. Haug, J. Golberg. D, Winstanley, D. Bertel, G. Haug, G. Front Row: J. Thompson, M. Tryhus, J. Back Row: S. Flannery, K. Radtke, T. Burdick, C. Dunford, D. Bunce, J. Leverson Hager, J. Echtenkamp, M. Haakenstad, E. Jenkinson, M. Trom, J. Maltry, F. Schlanser, and J, Leclerc, They are a service Club, A gruesome Mary Meyer lies on a table while man hover over. This scene was just part of a the Key and Kewanettes Clubs. This effort sophs Steven Flannery and Mark Zimmer- haunted house organized by a joint effort of was presented on four evenings at Halloween. one hundred thirty-two A haunted house was Key . Ni J eywflll Qllfei 01 SW! H irlml 2069 Keywanettes: Row l: D. Suppa, J. Samuelson, L. Stockman, M. Schlanser, D. l-layer, L. Fedje, J. Melby, i M. Kelly, P. Magness. Row 2: B. Gorman, V. Allen, S. Thompson, C. Gravel, M. Rowland, L. Serrin, M. Schiele, C. Vennerstrom. Row 3: B. Bergeth, M. Leclerc, P. Doyle, R. Lean, L. Pederson, L. Anderson, C. Morse, L. Burtness, A. Borge, M. Fabian and H. Kruger. The Keywanettes were newly organized this year and have become the female opposite of the all-male organization the South High Key Club. Jail was part of the fun for Jeff Le- clerc during the Wang Benefit, L 34,000 Other projectsilisinclude T f J two blood drives, participation , in the Cerebral Palsy Telethone, helping at the Kiwanas Pancake Day, giving a car wash and donations to charities. Senior Matt Haakenstad was president of the club having 25 members. Keywanettes was the female side of Key Club. They worked . with Key Club on only a couple projects including the haunted Keywanettes Combine In Projects ti iii 2541151 Cassie Gravel, right, appears bewitched by the ghoulish scene of Ann Borge's head. Club's most successful effort for this year. In cooperation with KQWB, the Key Club and the new Keywanettes raised about house. Some other projects were setting up a booth at the Bruce Wang Benefit and donations. Leslie Stockman was the prexy. one hundred thirty-three Kristin Aleckson Veronica Allen Linda Askland Lori Bartholomay Wesley Bauske Karen Bergum David Bonemeyer Julie Classon Paul Cossette David Dabill Jennifer Dahlgren Jane Davis Tammy DuBord Jane Fitzpatrick Michael Ford Julie Foss Terri Freeman Marsha Gibb Anne Gollehon Kimberly Gress Senior Honor Students Mathew Haakenstad Rolf Haarstad Laurie Halliday Denise Hayer Patricia Henning Janice Himle Melissa Howells Mark Johnson Sherri Johnson Tamara Johnson Kimberly Jones Lori Jorgenson Todd Josal Timothy Kleefeld - Karen Klein Erik Knutson Darrell Krabbenhoft Kimberly Kuemper Roger Lee Sari Levine Jeannie Lewis Deborah Linn Lori Lund John Maltry Suzanne Martin Valerie McKay Suzanne Murray John Oliver Jean Paulsen Sandra Paulson Gary Paumen Steven Pavicic James Petterson Cheryl Potter Ruth Prescott Karen Radtke Cindy Rasmussen Sandra Ripplinger Mary Rud Randy Salzwedel James Sandsmark Joseph Schiele Julie Schlenker Jeffrey Schlossman Meri Scholbinger Leslie Serrin Brad Sinclair Pamela Soderling Brian Soper Kathleen Sorensen Kathryn Steffens Leslie Stockman Kari Stokka Michael Tellinghuisen Michael Tryhus Charles Westerholm Cindy Yeager National uill and Scroll Society Dave Dabill Mary Knox Lynn Harty Dave Kolpack Karen Inks r Laurie Lind Lynnda Johnson Julie Mc Dermott Intern ation al Thesp 1an Current Members Kathy Steffens Kari Jo Stokka Kris Aleckson Susy Wenz Sheila Foss Pat Henning Peggy Klein Mary Knox Roger Lee Sari Levine Kathy Sorenson Roger Anderson Brad Belk David Bertel Allen Flecker one hundred thirty-four New Members Bruce Blatchford Sue Cummings Ellen Curran Don Dahl Val McKay Brad Melroe Diane Pyle Dan Smith Society Marlene Grotting Karen Hegre Dennis Jacobsen Troi Kankelfritz Kim Knutson John Leverson Vicki Naylor Dawn Radcliffe Karen Radtke Marietta Rasmussen National Forensics League Timothy Gokey Jay Kasdan Gayle lsta ' Karen Lordeman Tom Jenkinson Karen Zenner Terry Jones National Athletic Scholarship Society Current Members I Grade 10 Bruce Blatchford Gage Burdick Cathy Camp Mark Hoffman Jacque Holland Amy Krieg Aldean Lee Kevin Lewton Patty Miller Ronda Nesemeier Grade ll Julie Alger Brad Allen Ann Devlin ' Clint Emerson Rich Haarstad Lynn Harty Karen Hegre Susan Infeld Karen Inks Suzanne Johnson Dan Kenward Jane King Becky Krieg Steve Linn Marge McClure Randy Moore Chris Mutchler Jackie Ness Bobbie Pratt Jon Provencher Cindy Pugh Diane Pyle Dave Bertel Jay Echtenkamp Dave Hentges Chris Holly Dan Jahnke Tom Jenkinson Tim Jones Dave Kolpack Steve Linn Renea Wenz Carla Wetjen Grade 12 Randy Carlson Dave Cleaver Jane Davis Julie Elhard Julie Foss Patty Francis Marsha Gibb Eric Henning Jan Hewitt ' Ken Hudson Jerry Johnson Tammy Johnson Erik Knutson Kim Kuemper Eric Larson Roger'Lee Scott Malm Ralph Manley Julie McDermott Carolyn Olgaard Jim Petterson Dick Potter Renae Rudolph Glen Ryan Jeff Schlossman Carolyn Schultz Kathy Steffens John Stitz Dave Thune Mark Tryhus Charles Westerholm Tammy Wetjen Boy's State s Terry Moe Randy Moore Jim Peinovich Jon Provencher Kirk Radtke Bruce Raymond Matt Torgerson A Dean Winstanley New Members Grade 9 Patricia Cole Leola Daul Karen Johnson Carla Kenward ' Suzanne Lewis Niki Pappas Lori Rusch ' Scott Savageau Jane Vanyo Grade 10 Peter Benson Deborah Bergerson Nick Borman Lisa Breiland Dean Fellbaum Donald Hawkinson James Hewitt Tod Hoaby Lori Kana Tracy Kippen Dennis Lothspeich Dennis Seeb ' Kevin Westby Melanie Kelly Norman Timothy Pavek Scott Sandland Schwartzwalter Matthew Torgerson Susan Wenz Grade 12 Desiree Bertsch Nancy Fisher Rolf Haarstad Jeff Huguelet Mark Johnson Tim Kleefeld Jared Krieg Lori Lund John Maltry Cathy Narum Greg Olson Jean Paulsen Gary Paumen Bobbi Quenette Randy Salzwedel James Sandsmark Mark Zimmerman Jeff Sloan A Mike Tryhus Grade- 11 Jay Weyers Paul Workin David Hentges LeeAnn Hornbacher Tim Jahner Dan Jahnke Sarah Jordheim . Jay Kasdon Vicki Naylor s Girfsz Slater Lisa Anderson Sarah Jordheim Becky Juven Renee Lean Laurie Lind Amy Weidner Susy Wenz one hundred thirty-five Vocational Industrial Clubs of America Row 2: Adviser E. Scheveck, S. Warrer, D, members are Front Row: I.. Holiday, B. Krabbenhoft, D. Montieth, S, Anderson, S. Klassen, B. Johnson, J. Coulter, J. Moe, J. Brottlund. Row 3: E. Moe, D. Krabbenhoft, J. Schiele, P. Olstad, G. Braunberger, J. Himle. Schmidt, D. I.aBounty, B. Schuster, C. Scott, V. Muscha, J. Boyer, J. Smith, B. Steen, B. Vidger, R. Woolf, J. Otterson. VICA member- ship has grown this year after a very slow beginning in the first year at South High. The Business Department's Future Business Front Row: J. Davis, V. Monson, J. Clemen- Adviser B. Ferguson, K. Jendro, R. Rausch, Leaders of America membership consists of son T. Freeman, B. Schlenker, Back Row: J. Paumen, L. Lund, and Adviser O. Gilchrist. one hundred thirty-six im johnson Named DECA Club President DECA, under the supervision of second year adviser Bruce Harmon, had 28 members. Jim Johnson was the club's presi- dent while Denae Ista was vice president. Other club officers were D. VanZante, secretary, J. Eide, treasurer, D. Rasmussen, reporterg and L. Burtness, par- liamentarian. During the school year the club raised money from the school store. At state DECA was awarded three first places, two second places and one third. Vocational Industrial Clubs of America was advised by Ed Scheveck for the'76-77 year. VICA president was V. Muscha. FBLA, advised by Cathy Fer- guson and Grleen Gilchrist, made no changes for the year. Three FBLA members are juniors Janet Meyer, Jennie Magdenfrau and Carla Wetjen IWW' State DECA officers Jim Johnson, Jay Kasdan and Carol Coulter. First place winners include South's chapter won second and Denae Ista are shown with state contest Jay Kasdan, public speakingg Carol Coulter, Rasmussen and Ellen Curran winners Donna Rasmussen, Margo Rowland advertisementg and Jim Johnson, food service. Rowland placed third in job in Q mvirwm W 7 Distributive Education Clubs of America J. Eide, J. Oster, Adviser B. Harmon. Back son, J. Hewitt, D. Larson, B. Bergeth, J members are Front Row: M. Rowland, D. J, Kasdan, W. Czichotzki, K. Johnson, K. King, L. Kautzman and J. Joseph. Ten ofthe R-HSIYIUSSQH, D- Vanziintev J. JOTWYISOH, D. Ista, Fleeker, K. Johnson, C. Coulter, J, McPher- members attended the national meeting one hundred thirty-seven with Donna while Margo terviews Bruce Wang Benefit Sponsored y Council Student Council was happy with its accomplishments this year, which were putting on the Bruce Wang Benefit, a dance andcarnival to raise money for Bruce Wang, a sophomore who has aplactic anemia. Also the west parking lots gained lights. Two other projects are setting up an activities charter, which coordinates club's activities for different times. Money was raised by selling products and helping at the Up-With-People concert. They also sponsored dances and pep fests. President of the Student Council is Peggy Klein, with Leslie Stockman as the vice president, and Paula Chalarnonczyk as the treasurer. All class officers are members. Senior Terri Freeman and Mrs. Cathy Fergu- son prepare a wishing well for the benefit. Student Council representatives tor the 1976- 1977 school year are Front Row: D. Hayer, J. Melby, L. Schlenker, L. Urban, T. Jenkinson, one hundred thirty-eight B. Haug, P. Benson, Back Row: J. Samuelson, C. Gravel, S. Braaten, L. Anderson, L. Mitchell, T. Lakoduk, B. Pratt, S. Lewis, K. Student Council advisors Mrs. Dovre, left, and Mr. Lindstrom, right, talk with senior Wentzel, J. Kloubec, J. Sandland and S. Foss. Each of the classes except for the freshman elect their representatives in the spring. class representative Leslie Stockman, cen- ter, after one of the council's meetings. xn in-'41 ll 'JSM - X4 'QV' - 4 xx ,h i I by. , 'h ' 5 I XS X 1 XX . lm XSS 'A A P 5 K Qi, .ef A 7 4 du J 1 -iif lj v . . ,W 14 f . 5, 9? assi . . 1 1 ln. Freshman Darcie Hogness attempts to blow as Student Council members Tom Jenkinson, fit was held on December 10 at South, and ap- up a balloon during the Bruce Wang Benefit, Brent Haug and Jeff Leclerc watch. The bene- proximately S2300 was raised for Bruce Wang. Class officers and Council officers for the B. Robson, I.. Engan, M. Meyers, L. Rusch. Burdick, J. Leclerc, K. Hegre, N. Boatman 1976-1977 school year are Front Row: D. Back Row: M. Leclerc, B. Hotvedt, H. and J. Klein. Peggy Klein is the president of Dabill, J. Foss, M. Woodward, A. Thorstad, Kruger, P, Chalimonczyk, P. Klein, G. the South High Student Council and a junior. one hundred thirty-nine , i s it aiiiiew Hiilviselfiq- we olivia - : Q. li for '77'fwereillf presi dent Vicki M0fis0n,c,svice rarest df'-mt 1153 f i lsecigtafyff treasurer Martha Leclerc. Sheiwrote her routines to '5Ever4 green" , item 'Holsters Isii5ilaBorntf?Q The swim slfiow's theme was ' 'Roekingygand Rolling Tiiiaughstsifhe Waves it possible to make use ofsmore pdiutlariiind For fiqe seniors, itwas A their Soiith High Aqilariantsz K.iAleck- L P- L5QiaZK0111 mari, Vglilidonson L. Setrin. Kris Aleckson and Leslie Serrin perform the senior duet to the music of "Rocket Man Midnight Blues", by Melissa Manchester, This rather slow moving number was written Lori Wightman, Tracy Kippen, Sue Scho was one of the mellower sounds of the show. by junior Lisa Anderson for show participants binger, Leslie Serrin and Michelle Kelly one hundred forty Synchronized Swimming team and show crew Row 3: C. Heath, Synch Swimming Coach, D are Row 1: B. Pratt, D. Millar, L. Pederson, L. Rief, V. Naylor, T. Kippen, V. Monson, L Fedje, S. Braaten, D. Suppa, T. Beard, P. Wightman, B. Gorman, L. Anderson, L Klein, J. Leverson, N. Borman. Row 2: C. Urban. Row 4: S. Goltz, J. Schlossman, J Moses, P. Paulson, P. Magness, D. Radcliffe. Lundy, M. Leclerc, P. Doyle, M. Danielson, L Tracy Kippen and Kari Feste become "Devil "Bandstand,' arouses this version of the Women" to the music of Cliff Richardls hit. bump by N. Borman and N. Boatman. Hanks, L. Serrin, M. Winstanley, M. Kelly, S. Schobinger, L. Kollman, A. Weidner. Row 5: N. Boatman, S. Hanks, N. Renner, K. Feste, S. Black, P. Chalimonczyk, C. Vennerstrom, K. Aleckson and C. Kenward. X"' We ff .,... i .gi .... C. , .fl is f H A' wif- f ' "Tk ' ' fviiw.?'i .if.wcfVi9e.i" 11, 27 f. f. .31-Wf ' ' A , V . , f' ' f' :ffl g 94i5 . v2v,5yl1.w" V'.- .,f 54,.3Z,Qwy I .,N , ,.f fr qv, Q M f l 4. v w. ,f 'T V ' .FIV 1 if . ' "fin . n'ff'T',.a'f, . ,T-if r ' , .. 1 " ""'H'W fmf1"' '3 One of a group of clown divers shows off his ability to execute a perfect olympic dive. one hundred forty-one .....,. 'l , -' 21.951 ' ,,,,.""""0ww-WH A. Tollefson, J. Janssen and D. Johnson make weather reports on the announcements. Each JI-1Ckie Schur Cleans Out an aquarium 35 Perf Of up the Weather Club which gives daily day the club compiles their information, her less attractive duties in Aquarium Club. W ,fe Student teacher Mrs. Marilyn Larson and Dan capture fish in order to transfer them to is pictured is the 55 gallon tank which the Neubauer make a concentrated attempt to another tank for the summer. The tank which Aquarium Club purchased for the library. one hundred forty-two 44.5 ,aa Members of the South High Aquarium Club are Front Row: J. Onerheim, A. Stewart, J. Senior Jim Schenatzki gently pokes a mud puppy which has been set in a separate tank. .p i Schur, J. Golberg. Back Row: D. Neubauer, S. Nybeck and J. Heising. The Aquarium has Science Clubs Continue To Play Active Roles A look at cloud formation in a transport plane was a Weather Club highlight. Members of the club also got a tour of the Air National Guard and Hector Air- been an active club at South for several years for students interested in building aquariums port weather stations. The club kept a station of their own on the South industrial wing roofQDaily readings and often forecasts were read inthe morning an-J nouncemnts. June 1 was the date of a fund-raising car wash. Concessions were sold at games by Aquarium Club to raise money. This was spent on fish and a 55 gallon fish tank for the library, to be placed there as soon as a stand is constructed. Unfortunately S60 worth of fish in a science room tank were killed by polluted tank water. one hundred forty-three iELiDl 1' wa 4 , 7 40 :fs '.'ig .135 n Q Q . Bruins-of the Air editor, senior Olson, start as ,mf 5 iw' Ljw p we prepares to take the waits for the Saturday morning program to main ,ontrol room que to start the show. one hundred forty-four V. ,Ml v.. Lsuigf a Rasmussen reads her news script covering the up-coming musical. Mr. Larry Holzer, center, checks scripts for soph Hallie Kruger and frosh Laura Lien. n ',f,', E ,,,1 . - Senior Kathleen Sorensen presents the sports news on the KQWB program. Kathy was one Radio Club Continues Broadcasting n KQ B South I-ligh's Bruins-of-the- Air was under the direction of a new adviser this year, Mr. Larry Holzer. In past years the club was advised by June Dobervich. of the more knowledgeable members in sports because she was also a team statistician. Spring of '77 marks the end of the Bruins-of-the-Airis 6th year of broadcasting from KQWB radio station. KQWB is used by the Bruins-of-the-Air to broad- cast from on Saturday mornings from 9 to 9:30. Mr. Holzer stated that there were 11 mem- bers who attended the club, and each member had to write his or her own material and read it on the air. Tryouts were held early in the year to choose new members and editors were named in the spring. Senior Earle Olson was the editor. - . Q 2 .fi ,ef ' ni 'fw- Sari Levine, one of three seniors on the Bruins-of-the-Air, awaits her cue to speak. one hundred forty-five ,mf , ' x ,ig Right: Bruin yearbook and Sudhian news- paper staff members are seated: Diane Pyle, Laurie Lind, Mary Knox, Dave Dabill. Standing: Valerie McKay, Sandy Schenatzki, Dave Koloack, Teresa Beard, Erik Haarstad Pat Wegenast and Karen Inks. Above: Bruin editor Dave Kolpack waits tor the action to begin while shooting a tennis game at South Wir, f . iiry '1,,irs tt i. s s'ss rsitti '1 ssir'r ist'1 t rfii digg i isi i rti,i t irr i f i i i iiii iiii ' r e rrki isi raii r rri ii t , i iir , t,fi,i asii 1 ,ii,i iiref 2552 ir,t ..,s.t i ,sis t .rfi - ,siiii ,iiie ,fki si,i V. A ra isr r'ssi i'i i ' rr, Ji sQte, i fork the i iir 'iiie i tre Thaawafd pfgsenfed swear y 192? Bruin aaandss rMf.fsr R.fo.as one hundred forty-seven "I Wish I Could Go Back!" From a fire, to split-shifts at North, to 1840 Avenue South, the and her nary one. The is best told who the Mrs. uated story personal perspective. I was in of us were up in the front I remember looking up, coming in around floor to floor. I smoke cwhing inl' He yelled, the he utta herel' We to our do that eil g think the wh buildi, minutes. It was W'i'iflel9Qf know, that heavy wet P across the street to the Emerso remember I saw Miss Grant, and I Grant, there's a firel' She said, 'No, itfs drill.' But then the fire trucks came, and she believed me. I had a green coat with a big fur collar. That was the style then! They wouldn't let us go in the building to get anything, so I had to leave it in my locker. But a couple days later, when they let us go back to get things, I got it out of my locker, and it was OK." Mrs. Cossette remembers that most of the kids thought that the sounding of the bell was only a drill. When it became evident that it was an actual fire, "They were all concerned about the other one hundred forty-eight-Classes but he didn't even let us your books,' he said. I evacuated our yyyg ooks, I y M Q ' ra kids. They wanted to make sure everyone got out OK." Within only three days, the Central students were attending North High under a system called split-shifts. In this way, the North students attended school in the morning and the Central students during the afternoon. Claire Heath, the former Claire Carson, was a sophomore the year of the fire. In describing the split-shifts at North, Claire said, "I liked it, because I didn't have to come until the after- noonsf' Because of the awkward scheduling, many students found it necessary to continue some of their home activities at school. For instance, Claire now and then would wear her hair in curlers at school. "Mr. Hendricks took my picture with my curlers in and put it in the like that at all," she Despite these managed felt that school pep fests to learn The high point was, like many, graduation. "It was like starting a whole new life. A whole new life was opening up for me. As far as the high school went, it was super. I think it was a lot more open than North. We had freedom to cope with, and very good teachers." Miss Schnell was to eventually marry Tim Corwin, who was also a member of the Class of '71. Corwin claimed that the most positive aspect of South, to him, was "Sam Neis. He probably did more for me and other students than anyone else. I also thought the school did a good job of preparing us for college." When asked about negative aspects of the school, Corwin replied, "There wasn't enough personal contact between students and teacher." "Raymond was a good guy. The kids were nice, we had a lot of choices of classes, there were a lot of opportunities of things to get involved with, and I liked open study halls." Karen Wehlander, who graduated from South in 1972, felt that these were the bright sides of the school. She could list only one setback of South, "I hated wearing dresses." Gillam, another graduate of '72, came in the fall of 1976 as a student gym felt that many things had changed "They fixed up the gym, for one broadened, and And Geller, affectionately by most people as Harry-O. Linda thought the school "gave the students a lot more responsibility than other schools." As far as the classes and teachers were concerned, she thought there was "a good variety." Lois thought the variety of classes was "fantastic" Sorne other good points of South for Lois included, "early gym for seniors. That was a really good idea. We got to do a lot of different things. The teachers did a very good job for the size of classes they had to work with. I also liked the fact that we could come and go. Sort of like college." The highlight of Harry-?'s senior year was "when the cycles roared through the halls. I liked Mr. Z fZuehlsdorfl, too. He was a good instructor. " Harry-O felt that South had many negative points. "Prom was a drag. The teams were poor, school spirit reeked, the cliques were disgusting." He added his idea that the school was "too easy, irrelevant for the future. Not hard at all." Dave Solberg of the class of '75, claimed that many things could have been changed about the school. "They could have used a lot more curriculum on careers. The pep fests could have been a lot more exciting. A few in the administration could have been gotten rid of." 1975 graduates Jim Payne and Donita Naylor listed the high points of their senior year as "working on the basketball tourney special, " and "finishing the respectively. Payne enjoyed the "Free- curriculum and the phy ed program," 'the amount of freedom and the hnson, another that South was It was a good get to know what who years The 'when the He felt the light l liked it had Planter's didn't have Planter's so much." of South's 1976 graduating said that if the kids would take advantage of the many opportunities provided at South, there was no problem." Deniselikedthe wide choice of classes which "prepared me for further educa- tion." It seems that most graduates of Fargo South High would agree with Jim Payne in saying, "South is probably one of the better schools aroundf' Sonja Vidger summed up the feelings of most with, "I enjoyed South. I wish I could go back!" Classes-one hundred forty-nine I Q . ' -:Q '73 1 . N: is i ,.., i ..,.: .,..... , Q gl xr R Q " 4 K 1 ,. . 5, 1--II' 3 , an 1 J st -- X A M ca c A gh :-- 1-. A 7 ' A : " A itrsr K T V f lQ , .,.. :-- u,,W4i F R . ill t ' ' - stiff , S i " .. uw . P-'sir' pr ii? saws i 5 i ,lv ffl,j', T TT? -S A .. .ii .k:'i'g1f ,tt vir al , 3 Q, :' -- I I ' ,, Igg y, fx . ,f as y k J . i,, , , Qu , ' W ' by 'L - af . ,fly A- xg 'one hundred fifty Katherine Aabye Steven Adelson John Allen Linda Alton Cheryl Ames Scott Amundson Becky Andersen Alan Anderson Loann Anderson Ricky Anderson Roger Anderson Todd Anderson Troy Anderson Vicki Anderson Pamela Annear Wanda Arre Nancy Askland Barbara Backer Brian Backes Brenda Bacon Scott Baumgartner Tamra Baumgartner Jamie Beilke Cynthia Benson David Berg Gale Bernie Mark Berglund Paula Berglund Teresa Bettenhausen Brian Birkholz Debra Biwer Cynthia Bladholm David Blenkush Doreen Blessum Craig Blonigan Jacqueline Blotsky David Boe Wendy Booth Nathan Bowe Stacy Braaten David Brakvatne Cheryl Briggs Margie Brown Audrey Brunette Donald Brunette Brent Buchholz Dawn Buchholz Kathy Burch Peter Bystol Thomas Callahan Anton Carlson Nicole Carlson Debra Cariveau Kelly Caspers Debra Cattivera Gregory Charon Paul Christianson Mark Christlieb Rodney Clouse Patricia Cole Paul Conlin Elizabeth Cornelius Daniel Cossette David Cossette James Cossette Jill Current Brian Czichotzki James Dabill Jeffrey Dahlgren David Dahl Michelle Dahl Mary Danielson Leola Daul Kelley Davis Karen Dayley Helen Delaney Laurie Desotel Douglas Dietrich Peggy Differding William Duggar- R"-.mir 3. 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Q-, i, .ff A'l.l Pam Bucholz finishes a Child Develop- ment project during a wrestling meet. one hundred sixtyeseven Linda Aakre Ted Aakre Kristin Aleckson Veronica Allen Ruth Amor Jane Anderson Lee Anderson Terry Anderson Gail Annis Daniel Armbrust Linda Askland Barbara Asmus Bill Augustadt Dianne Bankers Dave Barge Catherine Bau Julie Baumgartner Lori Bartholomay Brenda Bauer Marva Beckwith Allan Berger Rebecca Bergeth Julie Berglund Karen Bergum Desiree Bertsch Michael Blotsky Richard Black Steven Bladholm David Bonemeyer Kim Booth Brian Boyer Paul Brant Glenn Braunberger Jeanine Brunette William Bunce Gail Callahan Mark Campbell Marty Cantler Cathy Carbno Nancy Carlson Randy Carlson Karen Carter , ' - C Paula 'A'l Chalimonczyk 5 Amy Christensen ug. h . -'f C rtis V uChristensen F 1' Sheila Christlieb fl my ' lu! LLhx ' Julie Classon Q' Q ll Francis Cleaver , lllr Xl rfelAhi June Clemenson -. 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Bottom Left: Juniors Bobbi Pratt and Don Dahl join in the grapefruit passing contest. Right: Student dressed in Fonzie garb enters the bubble gum blowinq contest. Page 173, Above: Senior Joy Melby wins second place in the Hula-hooping con- test. Below: Greased back hair and dark glasses were common sights on the 50's dress-up day on Friday, May 13. Joel Kildahl Robin Kittelson Wyatt Kittelson Robert Kjenstad Timothy Kleefeld Karen Klein Curtis Kolbinger Lisa Kollman Coral Krag Jared Krieg Kim Kuemper Dean Kurtti Gerald Kvant Robyn Landsem Bruce Larson Eric Larson Rodney Lauf Joyce Lauinger Richard Lebus Roger Lee James Leverson Sari Levine Jeannie Lewis Deborah Linn Douglas Linstaedt Virginia Lindgren Bruce Luchsinger John Lunde -41 A , .J W 4' K N ,f L eii, Mx I ,. M , ,.Q5,,- , - ' i .. i.::'S. , 1' nf 1 .1 iwff? A tiff? 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Education-40 - ROTC-24 Science-38 Social Science-42 Staff-22 Acti V1 tie s Bruins-of-the-Air-144 Cheerleaders-126 DECA-137 Drama Club-124 FBLA-136 Foreign Exchange-131 f Honors-134 Key Club-132 Keywanettes-133 Pep Club-129 Pom Pon-128 Publications-146 Science Clubs-142 Speech Activities-130 Student Council-138 Synchronized Swimming-140 VICA-136 Athletics Cross Country-90 Freshmen Basketball-100 F Freshmen Football-86 Freshmen Hockey-107 Freshmen Track-118 Girls, Varsity Basketball-92 Girls' JV Basketball-94 Girls' Freshmen Basketbail-95 Girls' Golf-83 Girls' Gymnastics-114 Girls' Swimming-88 Girls' Tennis-82 Girls' Track-116 Girls' Volleyball-102 Junior Varsity Basketball-98 Junior Varsity Hockey-106 Junior Varsity Wrestling-110 Score Block-80 1 g Varsity Basketball-96 1 Varsity Football-84 F Varsity l-lockey'104 Varsity Swimming'112 Varsity Tennis-Golf-120 Varsity Track-118 Varsity Wrestling-108 Student Life Assemblies-70 Bruce Wang-64 Fifties-172 Graduations76 Homecoming-58 No, No, Nanette-72 , Pillow Talk-62 1 , Prime of Miss Jean Brodie-68 Prom-74 one hundred seventy-eight Sadie Hawkins-60 Snow Week-66 Faculty David Aasness, 45 Betty Anderson, 22 Glenn Anderson, 45 Mary Ann Armbrust, 35 Milo Benson, 37 John Buchli, 39 Chester Charlton, 24 Charles Cochran, 42 Richard Colodney, 48 James Coombers, 30 Jan Cossette, 40, 88, 89, 116, Robert Crippen, 28 Darrell Dettmann, 45 Melinda diCola, 54 June Dobervich, 21 Mardeth Dovre, 28 Arliss Fedje, 45 Cathy Ferguson, 28, 136 Lynn Forde, 111 Orleen Gilchrist, 28, 136 Rich Gjervold, 30 Roger Goettsch, 26, 27 Barbara Grant, 40, 70 Robert Grasser, 39 Marjory Haggart, 30 Alfred Hanson, 27 Leonard Hanson, 45 Robert Hanson, 28 Bruce Harmon, 29, 137 Rodney Harris, 45 Rose Hecomovich, 37 Gordon Hegre, 54 Wanda Heintzman, 35 James Heising, 39, 143 Robert Hendricks, 30 Alan Henry, 105, 107 Ralph Herbst, 47 Ron Herring, 96, 97 Dale Hertel, 39, 84 John Hinton, 24, 25 Arnold Hermunslie, 20 Mary Hoffmann, 35 Roger Hoffman, 30 Dennis Hogan, 42 Larry Holzer, 42, 144 David Johnson, 39 Don Johnson, 20 Gloria Johnson, 42 Alice Jondahl, 30 Nancy Jordheim, 30, 130 John Kelley, 41, 86, 87, 111 Frances Larson, 35 Jerry Larson, 41, 108 John Larson, 39 Cynthia Lee, 42 Hanelore Lee, 33 David Levin, 37 Mary Lou Levin, 30 L Don Lindber , 42 1 iigghard Lingstrom, 36, 37, 54, Thomas Manley, 20, 41, 113, 120 Lois Mayer, 20, 21 James McDonald,43 John McDonald, 20 Charles Metzroth, 21 Edna Milam, 30 James Moen, 43 Ruth Mytinger, 30 Leo Myxter, 30, 64, 125 Earl Nygaard, 24 Gene Okerlund, 48, 50 Roger Olsen, 43 James Onerheim, 39, 143 Gelaine Orvik, 30, 86, 87, 119 Patricia Papacek, 33 Candy Pendergast, 40, 82 Leslie Pierce, 47 Ed Raymond, 20 Russ Riveland, 21 David Roddy, 37, 104, 105 Joan Rosenberger, 33 Tim Running, 48, 52, 53 Dolores Rusch, 35 Carol Rustad, 37 Ed Scheveck, 47, 136 Dellis Schrock, 30 James Simle, 115 John Snyder, 30, 60, 131 Carol Sorum, 37 Richard Stenberg, 47 Dennis Stormoe, 47 Pam Swanson, 54 Marie Thorstad, 39 John Torgerson, 47 Elizabeth Urban, 30, 130 Myron Wagner, 43 Robert Walton, 27 Dennis Warcup, 29 Hazel Yliniemi, 33 Maurice Zuehlsdorff, 43 Clerical Esther Anderson, 33 Vonne Anderson, 22 Sheila Baadte, 23 Peggy Brandrud, 33 Mary Beth Cummins, 23 Doris Eicle, 33 Arlyss Fischer, 23 Claire Heath, 54, 141 Jeanette LaBounty, 23 Geraldine Lies, 23 Judy Nelson, 23 Esther Register, 22 Gloria Thompson, 54 Jeanette Tufford, 22 Marian Wegner, 22 Evelyn Weere, 22 Rachel Williams, 23 Student Directory Seniors Linda Aakre, 168 Ted Aakre, 85, 109, 168 Kristen Aleckson, 49, 50, 140, 141, 168 Veronica Allen, 66, 133, 168 Ruth Amor, 168 Jan Anderson, 168 Katherine Anderson Lee Anderson, 168 Terry Anderson, 168 Gail Anriis, 168 Daniel Armbrust, 168 Linda Askland, 74, 168 Barbara Asmus, 168 William Augustadt, 168 Dianne Bankers, 168 David Barge, 121, 168 Julie,Baumgartner, 168 4 Wesley Bauske Lori Bartholomay, 168 Catherine Bau, 168 Brenda Bauer, 168 Marva Beckwith, 52, 168 Jerome Belcourt Desiree Bertsch, 50, 92, 93, 102, 168 Berger Allan, 168 Rebecca Bergeth, 60, 129, 168 Julie Berglund, '168 Karen Bergum, 168 Michael Blotsky, 168 Richard Black, 85, 168 Steven Bladholm, 49, 85, 168 David Bonemeyer, 118, 168 Kim Booth, 168' Michael Bowe Brian Boyer, 168 James Boyer, 136 Paul Brant, 168 Glenn Braunberger, 136, 168 Scott Brottlund, 136 Jeanine Brunette, 168 William Bunce, 132, 168 Gail CAllahan, 168 , Nancy Carlson, 168 Randy Carlson, 168 Mark Campbell Marty Cantler Cathy Carbno, 168 Karen Carter, 168 Paula Chalimonczyk, 50, 139, 141, 169 ' Amy Cristensen, 169 Curtis Christensen, 169 Sheila Cristlieb, 169 Julie Classon, 169 Francis Cleaver, 42, 104, 105, 169 Jeffrey Clemenson June Clemenson, 136, 169 Carmen Coon, 169 Ann Cosgriff, 169 Gregory Cossette Paul Cossette, 169 Jarett Coulter, 136 Lenny Curfman, 169 Laurie Current, 169 Jennifer Dahlgren, 52, 61, 74, 128, 129, 170 David Dabill, 68, 139, 146, 170 John Dady, 170 Carolyn Dahl Connie Davis, 52, 131, 170 Jane Davis, 50, 117, 136, 170 Allen Dimmer, 170 Alyce Dohman, 170 Debra Dolezal, 170 Todd Doyle, 170 Dean Dubord Tammy Dubord, 52, 58, 170 John Eichenberger, 170 Julie Elhard, 92, 170 Ruth Ellingson, 52, 170 Randy Elsner, 110, 170 Louise Engan, 50, 127, 129, 170 David Engebretson, 170 Denae Erickson, 59, 170 James Erickson, 106, 170 Deborah Feigert, 170 Barbara Ferguson, 50, 66, 170 Nancy Fisher, 49, 83, 102 170 Jane Fitzpatrick, 50, 170 Kristen Fjelde, 170 Janice Flaten, 170 ,Michael Ford, 118, 170 . Julie Foss, 50, 59, 66, 72, 83, 127,' 136, 170 Sheila Foss, 50, 83, 170 Patricia Francis, 170 Terri Freeman, 136, 138, 170 Alan Furan Joan Galt, 170 Roberto Garcia, 50, 170 Stefanie Gebeke, 170 Marsha Gibb, 49, 82, 83, 170 Kim Gilbraith, 170 Linda Glatt Judy Gnoinsky, 170 Anne Gollehon, 52, 170 Julie Goltz David Graalum, 170 A Sandi Grandbois, 170 Cassandra Gravel, 50, 66,,133, 170 Bradle Gray, 170 Beth Green, 170 Scott Gregory, 170 Kimberly Gress, 171 Arlo Griesbach, 171 Terri Groenwold, 171 Erlin Grotting Mathew Haakenstacl, 132, 171 Rolf Haarstad, 50, 66, 85, 171 Scott Hafner, 171 Debra Hagen Jerome Hager, 60, 132, 171 Laura Halliday, 47, 136, 171 Bonny Hanson cathy Hanson, 171 Denise l-layer, 50, 61, 133, 171 Ann Heck Mark Helbling, 171 Eric Henning, 105, 171 Patricia Henning, 49, 50, 62, 72, 124, 125, 171 Janice Hewitt, 89, 127, 171 Janice I-limle, 136, 171 Kathleen Hoganson, 49, 171 David l-logfoss Catherine Hopple, 171 Joan Hough, 171 Susan Howe, 171 Melissa Howells, 50, 171 Kenneth Hudson, 50, 171 Jeffrey Huguelet, 59, 84, 104, 105, 171 Susan Huseby, 171 Tina Ibach, 171 John lnks, 171 Linda lsta, 171 Jamie Iverson, 171 Dennis Jacobsen, 31, 62, 69, 72, 125, 171 , Jeffrey Jackson, 171 Kathleen Jandro, 171 Kathy Jendro, 136 Glenn Jenkins, 171 Robin Johnson, 109, Scott Johnson, 105, 171 Tamara Johnson, 49, 92, 171 Brent Johnson, 171 Dennis Johnson Jerrold Johnson, 74, 97, 171 Kevin Johnson, 74, 171 Lois Johnson, 172 A A Lynncla Johnson, 172 Mark Johnson, 85, 118, 172 Kimberly Jones, 50, 172 Terrance Jones, 130 Gayle Jordahl, 172, . Lori Jorgenson, 172 Todd Josal, 172 Deborah Kana, 50, 172 Timothy Kautzman Richard Kepler, 172 Scott King, 85. 172, Michael Kieley, 172 Joel Kildahl, 172 Robin Kittelsonb 173 Wyatt Kittelson,173 Robertylijenstad, 173 Timothy Kleefeld, 85, 110, 173 Karen Klein, 173 William Kloubec Erik Knutson Curtis Kolbinger, 37, 173 Lisa Kollman, 59, 141, 173 Darrell Krabbenhoft, 136 Dennis Krabbenhoft, 136 Coral Kra 127 173 Q1 , Jaged Krieg, 59, 75, 90, 91, 118, 17 Kimberly Kuemper, 117, 173 1 Dean Kurtti, 173 Gerald Kvant, 173 Jennel Langness, 50, 131 Robyn landsem, 52, 173 Bruce larson, 85, 97, 173 eric Larson, 49, 112,-113, 173 7 Rodney Lauf, 50. 173 Joyce lauinger, 75, 173 Richard Lebus, 193 Roger Lee, 50, 59, 97, 173 James Leverson, 120, 173 Sari Levine, 50, 62, 68, 69, 72, 73, 124, 125, 130, 144, 173 Jeannie Lewis, 49, 173 Deborah Linn, 173 Douglas linstaedt, 173 Jennie Lind Virginia Lindgren, 173 Bruce Luchsinger, 173 Lori Lund, 92, 102, 136 John Lunde, 141, 173 Todd Lunde, 174 Thomas Lynde Kim Maasjo, 174 Kathleen Mahla scar Malm, 91, 112, 113, 174 John Maltry, 49, so, as, 132, 174 Dean Maluski, 174 Ralph manley, 112, 113, 174 Julie Martin Suzanne martin, 50, 52, 174 Jan Matthiensen, 174 Clifford McClure, 174 Julie McDermott, 92, 116, 117, 174 Valerie McKay, 146, 174 Joseph McPherson, 50, 85, 174 Randy Mehlhoff, 59, 85, 174 Lisa Meidlinger Joy Melby, 50, 59, 66, 127, 133. 174 Julie Meyer, 174 Mary Meyer, 127, 132, 136, 174 Charlene Mix, 174 Marlene Mix, 174 A James Moe, 136, 174 Kirk Moen Jay Moher, 105, 174 Vickie Monson, 130, 141, 174 John Muhl, 174 Suzanne Murray, 49, 52, 174 1 Veron Muscha, 136, 174 Catherine Narum, 102, 127, 174 Reynaldo Navarro Edyth Nelson, 174 Mark Nelson, 174 Jill Ness,'55. 174 Tim Nelson, 112, 174 Jill Ness, 55, 174 Julie Nicklaus, 174 Rita Nicklawsky, 174 Scott Nybeck, 143, 174, David Nystul, 49, 174 Anne O'Day, 174 Sheryl Odden, 175 Carolyn Olgaard, 49, 114, 115, 117, 175 John Oliver, 175 David Olson, 175 Earle Olson, 144, 175 Gregory Olson, 121, 175 Linda Olson, 175 Marla Olson, 175 Ruben Orth Steven Ottesen, 136, 175 Wesley Overbo, 46 David Partlow, 175 Jean Paulsen, 83, 175 Sandra Paulson, 54, 175 Gary Paumen, 91, 175 Steven Pavicic, 175 Eric Pedersen, 175 Alicia Perez Thomas Perkins, 49, 175 James Perman, 175 1 Terrance Petrich, 175 James Petterson, 45, 96, 97, 175 Gerald Pfeifer, 175 David Podetz, 175 Steven Pollock, 59, 96,9 97, 121, A 175 Kevin Poppen, 175 Cheryl Potter, 49, 175 Richard Potter, 52, 109, 175 Ruth Prescott, 49, 52, 175 Valerie Price, 175 Michael Pryzbilla, 175 Bobbi Quenette, 117, 175 James Quittschreiber, 54, 175 Karen Radtke, 128, 175 John Rannenberg, 50, 175 Kitty Ranstad Cindy Rasmussen, 49, 50, 52, 175 Rebecca Rausch, 136, 175 Shanan Raymond, 175 Sheila Reeb, 175 Loreen Reif, 175 Keith Renner, 175 Michael Rheault Barry Rindahl, 175 Sandra Ripplinger, 59, 127, 175 John Roberts, 54, 175 Gregory Rodlund, 175 Jayne Ronningen, 176 Mary Rud, 176 Dawn Rourke, 29, 176 Renae Rudolph, 83, 176 Terry Salquist, 61, 85, 176 Randy Salzwedel, 97,118,119,176 Jo Samuelson, 59, 133, 176 James Sandsmark, 85, 176 Janet Schaeffer, 176 Rodney Schaffer Michael Schaffer James Schenatzki, 49, 143, 176 Joseph Schiele, 136,176 Sandra Schimelpfenig, 176 Julie Schlenker, 136, 176 Jeffrey Schlossman, 49, 105, 141, 176 Nancy Schmidt, 176 Jon Schnaidt, 176 Meri Schobinger, 176 Karen Scholberg, 176 lyMatthias Schuelke Carolyn Schultz, 176 Susan Scilley, 176 Michelle Seeb, 176 Leslie Serrin, 49, 133, 140, 141, 176 , 1 Terry Shiek, 176 A Timothy Simonson Brad Sinclair, 176 Steven Sklebar, 109, 176 Kathleen Smith, 176 Michael Smith, 176 Pamela Soderling, 176 Brian Soper, 176 Kathleen Sorensen, 50, 52, 144, 176 Kathryn Steffens, 50, 72, 89, 125, 176 1 Douglas Stensgard, 104, 105, 176 Gregg Stensgard, 85, 109, 176 Jeffrey Stoen, 29, 66, 70, 72, 85, 97, 118, 176 Kari Jo Stokka, 50, 68, 69, 176 Kim Stevens, 177 Johnny Stitz, 105, 106, 176 Leslie Stockman, 50, 59, 72, 73, 128, 133, 177 Bonnie Stransky, 177 Karen Stremick, 177 Benita Swanson, 34 Dave Taysom, 177 Bruce Taralson Michael Tellinghuisen, 27, 177 Deborah Thompson John'Thornpson, 132, 177 Mary Thompson Susan Thompson, 60, 133, 177 David Thune, 105, 120, 177 Ronald Tollefson, Ronald Bryon Trangsrud, 177 Mark Tryhus, 49, 50, 59, 70, 97, 121, 132 177 Michael Tryhus, 177 Sandra Turner Rodney Tyson, 177 Randy Unterseher, 37, 177 Joseph Upton, 177 Debra Velline Cheryl Verbout, 177 daniel Verdorn, 177 Rose Vondal, 177 Janet Voracek, 177 Daniel Waclawik, 177 Susan Wahowske, 177 Scott Wallum Alison Wallwork, 177 Elizabeth Warner, 34, 177 Raeann Warner, 177 Steven Warner, 136, 177 John Wendlick, 177 Kathryn Werre, 177 Scott Westby, 177 Charles Westerholm, 91, 112, 118, 177 Debra White, 177 Tamara Wetjen, 92, 177 Jay Weyers, 59, 66, 85, 177 Curtis Williams, 177 Jay Wilson, 49, 177 Pamela wisness, 177 Susan Winters, 177 patrice Wolff, 177 Lisa Woolf Paul Workin, 59, 85, 109 Cindy Yeager, 49, 177 Renae Young, 52 Sharon Zeis, 177 Denise Zimmerman, 177 Todd Zimmerman, 131, 177 Tina Zvirovski, ,177 uniors Steve Aakre, 109, 162 Mark Adkins, 162 Ann Adsero Bruno Albert, 131, 162 Julie Alger Bradley Allen, 112,, 162 Elizabeth Allen, 162 Cary Allen, 162 Gregory Alverson, 162 Gregory Anda Sherry Andersen, 136, 162 Douglas Anderson, 162 Lisa Anderson, 50, 128, 133, 141, 162 Lori Anderson, 162 Vicki Anderson, 162 gggtthew Andrews, 85, 104, 105, Theresa Aplin Jane Armbrust, 162 Scott Askerooth, 49, 162 Thomas Bachmeier, 112, 162 Steven Backer, 85, 162 Janice Baird, 162 Joyce Balke, 612 Shawn Barney, 85, 162 Michael Baumgartner, 162 Teresa Beard, 49, 141, 146, 162 Terry Beilke, 50, 162 , David Berg, 162 Cynthia Berglund, 49, 162 Rebecca Berglund, 162 David Bertel, 130, 132, 162 Timothy Beyers, 162 Deborah Bitterman, 162 , Susan Black, 51, 128, 141, 162 Dennis Blackburn, 162 Kristi Bladow, 162 Paula Blenkush V Kevin Blotskyj' 1 , 4 Nancy Boatman, 49, 139, 141, 162 one hundred seventy-nine Gregory Boeder, 162 Chad Boettcher, 162 Sharon Bolgrean, 162 Jeffrey Booth, 162 Jeffrey Borchert, 162 Mark Borgen 4 Wayne Boucher Sherri Braaten, 51, 127, 141, 162' Kari Brandner, 162 Teresa Brewer Elizabeth Brodigan, 162 Randy Brogren,-162 Brian Brottlund Brenda Buchanan, 162 James Buchfink, 162 Pamela Buchholz, 49, 103, 117, 127, 162 Adam Camp, 109 1 , Bradley Carlson, 162 Theresa Carlson, 162 Wiiliam Carlton, 162 Mark Chalimonczyk, 162 Kris Condon, 108, 109, 162 Diane Cossette, 162 , donna Cossette, 162 Julie Cossette, 162 Suzanne Cossette, 162 Carol Coulter, 137, 162 Lana Croaker, 162 William Cullen,,g25. 162 , Greg Cummings, 85, 106, 162 Joel Current, 162 Wanda Czichotzki, 51, 131, 137, 162 Susan Dady, 49, 162 Catherine Dahl, ,162 Debora Dahl, 7162 ,e.- Donald Dahl, 49, 50, 63, 72, 97, 125, 162 Linda Desautel, 162 Douglas Desotei, 49 Ann Devlin, 52, 94, 162 Clay Dietrich as 1 Robyn Dillman,i49, 127, 162 James Dixon Gary Donaldson, 162 James Doyle, 46, 49, 162 Pamela Doyle, 51, 133, 141, 162 Kim Draper Randy Dronen, 85, 162 Celia Durham, 162 Ricky Duval, 162 Jay Echtenkamp, 49, 74, 132, 162 Roger Eckert, 162 Sonja Edwardson, 162 C Debra Eklund, 162 Diane Ellsworth Carmella Ellwein, 162 Clint Emerson, 120, 121, 162 Tamara Eng, 163 Bruce Enger, 163 Rodney Erickson, 163 1 1 Cynthia Etterman, 162 Richard Everson, 85, 163 Tim Ewers, 49, 163 Stephen Faeth Lori Fedje, 51, 133, 141, 163 John Fercho, 121, 163 1 Kari Feste, 52, 583, 141, 163 steyen Fitch,,163 Kevin Fleeker, 137 Wayne Flieth, 163 Cynthia Foard, 163 Jeffrey Francis,,163 John Frey, 163' Debbi Fritz, 163 Barbara Gaffney, 163 Elaine Gendreau, 163 Neal Gervais, 163 Kelly Gilbraith, 163 Wesley Gilbraith, 109, 163 Nancy Glatt, 163 Dale Gnoinsky, 163 Elizabeth Gorman, 60, 83, 133, 141, 163 Jeffrey Green, 163 one hundred eighty Andrea Greengard Tom Gregory, 163 Pamela Gress, 163 Deanna Griesbach, 127, 163 Kimbery Grindberg, 163 Valerie Grossman Marlene Grotting, 72, 125, 163 David 1-laakenson, 163 Richard l-laarstad, 112, 163 Dawn Hagel, 51, 103, 163 Alan Halverson Brenda Halvorson 6 Terry Hamilton, 22 Susan Hanks, 141, 163 Lynn I-larty, 50, 94, 117, 163 Teresa Haug 22, 153 David haugen Karen Hegre, 49, 50, 72, 73, 89, 115, 139, 163 Loren Heinrich, 163 James 1-leising, 163 Jeffrey Helmeke, 36, 163 Gary Hendrickson, 163 Elizabeth l-lennebry, 34 Christian Henning, 163 David Hentges, 105, 121, 163 Amy I-ierbst, 163 David Hill, 163 Steve I-llebechuk, 163 Jill I-lofsommer, 163 5 Scott Holcomb Christopher Holly, 50 Lee Ann Hornbacher, 83, 163 Eggabeth Hotvedt, 49, 127, 139, Timothy, Howells, 163: Barbara, Hurley 4 ' Iken Linda, 163 Susan Infeld, 94, 163 Karen Inks, 147, 163, 184 Craig Ivers, 164 Tim Jahner, 85, 164 Daniel Jahnke, 50, 85, 164 Darc Jeff rson 164 9 9 , Thomas Jenkinson 49, 130, 132, 139, 164 Kerry Jochim, 164 Bryan Johnson, 136, 164 Gary Johnson Jaime johnson James Johnson, 137 Karen Johnson, 137, 164 Kevin Johnson, 164 Kristi Johnson, 137, 164 Laurie Johnson, 164 Sherri Johnson, 50, 164 Steven Johnson, 164 Steven Johnson 106, 164 , 164 Suzanne Johnson, 49, 50, 83, 102, 164 TimothykJones, 109, 121, 164 Pamela Jordahl Sarah Jordheim, 83, 129, 164 Jean Joseph, 137 Rebecca Juven, 50, 164 Troi Kankelfritz, 51, 62, 72, 125, 164 f Jay Kasdan, 29, 120, 130, 137, 164 Linda kautzman, 29, 137 Michelle Kelly, 75, 127, 133, 140 141, 164 Colleen Kenney, 164 Jggfrey Kenney, 85, 97, 98, 99, Paul Kenward, 72, 112, 131, 164 Jane King, 94, 102, 137, 164 Daniel Kleefeld, 164 Margaret Klein, 50, 50, 72, 139, 141, 164 Sharon Klukken, 164 Kelvin Kluth, 164 Lee Kluth, 164 Mary Knox, 49, 50, 62, 68, 69, 72, 124, 125, 146, 164, 184 y James Knutson, 164 David Kolpack, 58, 97, 98, 99, 146, 147, 164, 184 Timothy Kolrud, 164 liiginecca Krieg, 94, 95, 102, 117, Dean Labounty, 136, 164 Tammy Lakoduk, 164 Lori Lamb, 164 Gordon Langlie, 164 Dawn Larson, 29, 137, 164 -Kimberly Larson, 164 Philip Lauer, 112, 164 Rgaliee Lean, 49, 102, 117, 133, 1 Martha Leclerc, 52, 133, 139, 141, 164 ,Danelle Lee,,127, 164 - Julienne Lende, 164 Jeffrey Lien Laurie Lind, 146, 164, 184 Stephen Linn, 70, 97, 121, 164 Michael Linstaedt, 66, 164 Michael Lordernan, 85, 109,164 Jeff Lothspeich, 164 Michael Lovelace, 164 Roxanna Lucy, 164 Brian Lund, 164 Craig Maas, 38, 164 Kim Maasjo, 51 , 'Jeannie Magdefrau, 137,164 Patricia magness, 51, 133, 141, 164 Linda Malm, 51, 164 Richard Marback, 85, 164 Wiliam Martin, 164 Jeffrey Mathison, 164 Barbara Mattson, 164 Mark Matuska Steven Maus, 164 Marjorie McClure, 83, 164 Shawn McCormick, 45, 164 Tracy Mclfariane, 164 Paula McGlynn, 164 Nina McGrath, 49, 164 James McMaines Bradley Melroe, 49, 164 Janet Meyer, 37, 164 Rick Meyer, 164 Ricky Millar, 85, 118, 165 Karen Miller Laurie Mitchell, 165 Eugene Moe, 136, 165 Terry Moe, 106, 165 Sandra Moen Dana Mogck, 106, 165 4 Denette Mogck, 165 Karen Montgomery Randall Moore, 165 Jana Moreau John Moret, 165 Carolyn Moses, 59, 129, 141, 165 James Mozinski, 165 Bruno Muller Douglas Muscha Valerie Muscha, 165 Chris Mutchler, 165 Sonja Nagel, 165 Vicki Naylor, 117, 125, 141, 165 Gregory Nelson Marva Nelson, 165 Patty Nelson, 165 Jacqueline Ness, 89, 165 Nancy Nicklaus, 165 Cynthia Nielsen Denise Nordrnan, 165 Kelly Norman, 50, 52, 62, 63, 72, 97, 98, 99, 118, 165 James Nystul, 165 Colleen Ochsner, 28, 165 Cheryline Ochsner, 165 Victoria Odde, 165 Nels Odney, 165 Gloria Olson. 165 Janet Olson, 165 Scott Olson, 165 Steven Olson, 165 Paul Olstad, 136, 165 Robert Ottesen, 165 Jan Overdahl, 131 Kathy Overvold, 127, 129, 165 David Paulson, 49, 165 4 1 Pamela Paulson, 49, 141, 165 1 Jean Paumen, 136, 165 Timothy Pavek, 50, 85, 106, 107, 165 . Kimberlie Payne, 49, 165 , Lisa Pederson, 49,+60, 133, 141i 165 1 Mark Peer, 112, 165 H James Peinovich, 50, 85, 97, 98, 165 Carlos Perez, 165 4 Susan Peterson, 52, 68, 125, 165 Bobbi Pratt, 25, 112 Jeffrey Pronovost, 165 Jon Provencher, 50, 105, 118, 165 Cindy Pugh, 51, 92, 102, 117, 165 Lonnie Punton, 1651 1 Faye Purington Diane Pyle, 146, 165, 184 Dawn Radcliffe, 125, 141, 165 Kirk Radtke, 49, 132, 166 Cindy Rau, 166 Beth Rausch, 136, 166 Bruce Raymond, 50, 166 Debra Reif, 51, 141, 166 Nancy Renner, 49, 141, 166 Jeff Rheault, 166 Wayne Rheault, 166 Jay Richardson, 49,4166 Debbie5Richter, 1661? Craig Riveland Bradley Robert Cheryl Roberts, 166 John Robson, 166 Scott Roesler, 166 Michael Rufer, 166 1 Thomas Samuelson, 166 Scott Sandland, 110, 166 Robin Sandness, 166 Ronald Sauvageau, 105, 106 Ivy Savageau, 166 Gerald Sayler, 166 David Schaubert, 49, 166 Juanita Schell, 166 Fred Schlanser, 75, 132, 136, 166 J. Schmidt, 49 Steven Schrade, 166 Steven Schravv, 166 Deborah Schroeder, 29, 166 Ron Schultz, 166 Bradley Schuster, 136, 166 Kenneth Schwanke, 166 Mela Schwartzwalter, 52, 166 Edward Schweitzer, 166 Curtis Scott, 136, 166 Scott Severson, 166 Sherry Sheppard, 166 David Sherman, 166 Roxann Silvernail Mzrgaret Skrogstad, 35, 125, 131, 16 7 4 Barbara Slettebak, 166 Daniel Smith, 166 Debra Smith, 25, 166 Susan Smith 51, 166 Gerald Sorenson, 166 Shari Spiering, 166 . James Sprattler, 49, 118, 166 Michael Stegman, 166 Nancy Stegman, 166 Terresa Stein, 166 Phyllis Stenberg, 166 Curtis Stensgarcl, 86, 109, 166 Elizabeth Steward, 166 Michael Still, 166 Janell Stitz, 166 Brian Strack, 166 Joseph Strom, 166 Keith Taralson Connie Peterson 1 1 Peggy Taysom, 166 Wanda Teague, 50, 52 Clean Tessier, 166 , ellen Thompson Leif Thorfinnson Mathew Torgerson, 91, 118, 166 Marshall Trom, 132, 166 V Scot Turner, 166 Keith Tyson, 166 Donna Ugelstad, 166 Carey Ulschmid, 166 Matt Unger, 166 Pamela Upton, 166 Mark Vanyo, 166 Denise Vanzante, 137, 16 Darrell Velline, 166 Cgigryl Vennerstrom, '133, 141, Mark Vervalin, 166 Scott Vogel, 54, 166 Gordon Walth, 166 Janna Webster, 166 Amy Weidner, 128, 141, 166 Robert Wendlick, 25, 166 Susan Wenz, 63, 83, 125, 128, 166 Carla Wetjen, 51, 74, 92, 102, 137, 166 Clay Whittlesey, 166 Ronald Wichael, 166 Ann Wichmann, 49, 166 Lori Wightman, 50, 74, 140, 141, 166 Sally Wilkerson Kayswilliams, 40, 102, 117, 127, 167 William Wilson, 167 Dean Winstanley, 50,, 132, 167 Mary Wipf, 167 7 7 Robert Woolf Debra Workin, 167 Todd Wumkes, 25, 37, 167 Barbara Zaun, 167 Tracy Zimmerman, 51, 94, 167 Sophomorcs Karen Aaker, 51, 52, 126, 156 Debrta Anda, 156 Bryan Anderson, 156 Eric Anderson Randall Andersen, 156 Ricky Anderson Todd Anderson, 156 1 Karen Arends, 156 7 Brenda Arre, 156 Michael Bachmeier, 156 Wanda Bankers, 156 Wanda Baron, 156 Susan Baumann Sgegven Bartholomay, , 100, 101, Jeffrey Bartle, 110, 156 David Bau, 156 Bradford Bells, 100, 156 Bradley Bennett, 39, 156 Rochelle Bennett, 156 Denise Benson, 156 Peter Benson, 50, 66, 112, 156 Kevin Berlin steve Bernie, 25, 156 Deborah Bergerson, 94, 95, 102, 156 Robert Bergeth, 137, 156 Steve Bergo, 106, 121, 156 Perry Birkholz, 100. 156 Jerri Bjorland, 156 Debra Blotsky, 156 Bruce Blatchford, 50, 72, 112, 125, 131, 155 , Timothy Boland, 156 Gina Bonemeyer, 156 Elliott Bong, 156 Dianna Booke, 156 Ann Borge, 133, 156 Gary Borgen, 156 Nick Berman, 41, 85, 86, 106, 107, 141 Michelle boyer, 156 7 ' Wayne Briggs, 39, 118, 156 Deborah Briss Lise Breiland, 92, 102, 156 denise Brennan, 126, 156 Valerie Brooke, 156 Dennis Brooks Kathleen Bruggeman, 31, 94, 102, 156 Jennifer Brunette, 156 Jeffrey Bruns, Diane Buchanan, 156 Jacqueline Buchfink, 131, 156 David Buchholz, 118, 157 Lynda Burtness, 117, 133, 157 Gfagge Burdick, 112, 113, 132, 139, Joni Buus, 157 Linda Callahan, 157 Catherine Camp, 82, 89, 128, 157 Heidi Cantier. 31, 157' Terrance Charbonneau, 157 Franklin Charon, 157 Connie Christiansen, 157 John Christlieb, 157 Richard Coder Kimberly Coon, 157 Julie Cordahl, 49, 52, 94, 102, 117, 157 Charlene Cossette, 157 Dale Cossette, 157 Danelle Cassette, 157 Jean cossette, 157 Kirk Cossette, 112 Leroy Cossette, 157 Mitchell Croacker, 157 Susan Cummings, 51, 68, 69, 73, 125, 157 Ellen Curran, 125, 131, 157 Terrence Cusick, 157 Kevin Dahlgren, 50, 157 Michael Dahl, 157 Lynn Danielson, 49, 157 Gerald Daul, 157 Chase Davis, 157 Tamara Deahl Mary Delaney, 126,157 Michael Devlin, 100, 157 Nancy Desautel, 102, 157 Christine Dillard, 49, 51, 82, 157 Donna Dockter, 51, 157 4 Patricia Dockter, 125, 157 Donald Dolezal, 86, 157 James Donaldson, 157 Kevin Doyle, 157 Kristin Doyle, 157 Charles Drewry, 118, 157 Kerry Dubord, 157 Charles Dunford, 132, 157 A Kathy Eberhart Kathryn Eberle, 157 Mary Edgerly, 157 Gregory Edwarclson, 157 Dana ,Eggiman, 37, 157 Jon Eide, 100, 118, 137, 157 Rhonda Eisner, 157 Linda Engan, 51, 83, 139, 157 Sandra Engebretson, 157 Bradley Erickson, 157 Roxann Erickson, 157 Jon Ewers, 157 Mary Fabian, 49, 51, 72, 133, 157 Francis Fehrenbach, 157 DEan Fellbaum, 86, 110, 157 David Ferguson, 157 Mark Ferguson, 49 Daniel Fettig, 49, 157 Christine Fischer, 157 Gail Fischer, 52, 92, 157 James Fischer, 157 David Fink, 118, 157 A Brian Fitch Timothy Fjelstad, 157 k Steven Flannery, 49, 132, 157 Jane Foster, 157 , Mark Frey, 157 Tom Gaash, 24 t Jacqueline Galt, 157 Gregg Gasing, 157 Leigh Gentz Donald Gibson, 157 Renee Geston, 65, 125, 157 Danette Goble, 157 Sandra Gowin, 51, 52, 89, 103, 157 Timothy Gokey, 49, 130, 157 Stanislaus Goltz, 106, 141, 157 Brian Gornpf, 86 Michael Goshinska, 157 Audrey Gotaas, 157 Duane Grandbois, 157 Chkris Grant, 157 Elizabeth Gravalin, 49, 157 Scott Green 85, 86, 121, 157 Christopher Gregory, 157 Kelly Greuel, 158 Daniel Grimestad, 158 Vickie Groenwold, 158 Erik Haarstad, 86, 110, 146, 158 Kathy Hageman, 158 Gary Haider Maureen Hanley, 158 Paul Hannaher, 158 Clif I-lamilton,i158 Brenda Hanson, 158 Bonnie Hanson, 158 Karen Hanson, 51, 158 Julie l-Ianusch, 1587 1 James Harstad, 158 Teresa Hasche, 158 Brent Haug, 24, 50, 132, 139, 158 Kimberly haugen, 158 Richard hagen , Donald Hawkinson, 86, 105, 158 Colleen Heising, 49, 158 , Linda Hejtmanek, 158 Peggy Hellem, 65, 125, 158 Kathryn 1-lentges, 127, 158 Linda Hickman, 51, 158 Lisa Hickman, 51, 158 Michael Herrmann, 158 James Hewitt, 91, 100, 118, 137, Ted Hoaby, 118, 158 Tod Hoaby, 49, 50, 91, 118, 158 Robin Hogness, 128, 158 Mark Hoffman, 38, 49, 112, 158 Brenda Hofsommer, 158 1 David Holand Deborah Holand, 51, 158 Jacque Holland, 52, 82, 89, 158 Paul Honl, 85, 86, 87, 105, 158 Jodell Hough Gregory Howells, 106, 158 Debra Hvidsten Jim lmm, 158 Darryl Infeld, 100, 158 Annette lsta, 158 Denae lsta, 158 Gayle lsta, 24, 51, 125, 130, 158 Deeann Jacobson, 1,58 Gregory Jackson, 158 Jay Janssen, 142, 158 Richard Jensen, 159 Brett Jevne, 159 Sandra Jochim, 159 Pamela Johnson, 159 Penny Johnson, 159 Rick Johnson, 159 Candace Johnson, 159 David Johnson Jeff Johnson, 49, 100 121, 159 Leevon Johnson, 159 Patrick Jones, 559 Matthew Jorgensen, 159 Kerry Joseph, 159 Lori Kana, 51, 83, 159 Tamara Kautzman, 68, 131, 159 Karla Keller, 159 Lisa Kelly, 159 Danny Kelso, 159 Colena Kenville, 159 Timothy Keiley, 86, 159 ,Tracy Kippen, 89, 140, 141, 159 James Kleefeld, 159 A Brenda Kluth, 159 Judy klukken, 159 Kim Knutson, 68, 69, 72, 73, 125 Michael Koesterman, 159 Marie Kolbinger, 159 Jensean Konrad, 24, 94, 102, 159 Dean Krabbenhoft, 159 Daniel Krause, 159 Jacqueline Krause, 159 gray Krieg, 49, 51, 88, 89, 117, Hallie Kruger, 133, 139, 144, 159 Deborah LaFollette, 159 Tod Lakoduk, 105, 106, 159 Melody Land, 159 Michael Lang, 159 Renata lang, 52, 159 Frank Larson, 159 Sheryl Larson, 159 Timothy Larson, 159 william Larson Ruth lauer, 159 Arnold Lauinger, 159 Michael Lausch, 159 Sally Learned, 51 , William Lebus Aldean Lee, 92, 102, 117, 159 Eric Lee, 159 John Leverson, 50, 72, 112, 132, 141, 159 V Jeffrey Levi, 85, 86, 159 Kevin Lewton, 105, 159 Micheline Licldle, 159 Joanne Lien, 159 7 Tamera Lien, 159 Teresa Lien, 159 Suellen Lindgren, 51, 159, Jean Lohse, 159' 4 Dennis Lothspeich, 110, 159 Colleen Mahoney, 159 Dennis Mahutga Daniel Markel, 86, 110, 159 Tamie Marotzki, 159 Anna Marschke Anne Martin, 159 John Martin, 159 Robert Martin, 100, 159 Wayne Masseth Steven Max, 159 f jf f Annette Maxwell, 159 Christofer Mcllwain, 159 Jon McPherson, 86, 100, 137, 159 Doris Meiicher, 159 it Jeffrey Meyer, 49, 86, 100, 121, 59 Debra Millar, 51, 128, 141, 159 Betty Miller, 159 Merle Miller, 159 Patricia Miller, 89, 117, 159 Michael Moeller, 159 Bradley Monson, 86, 159 Christy Morse. 52, 133. 159 Kevin Morse Jose Moreno Kathy Morris, 27, 159 Mark Motl, 159 Laurie Muir, 159 Cindy Murphy, 159 Linda Murphy, 159 Ward Muscatell, 85, 86, 160 Curtis Nagel, 160 Mark Myhre, 160 Curtis nagel, 160 Rebecca Navarro, 160 Kerry Nelson, 97 Randie Neubauer, 160 Ronda Nesemeier, 92, 117, 160 Thomas Nissen, 160 DAvid Norman, 50, 52, 97, 99 120, 160 Kris Nordbeck, 49, 160 Deborah Nordick, 160 y one hundred eighty-one Kim Odden, 160 Craig Ohnstad, 160 Judith Olafson, 103, 160 Thomasfolsen, 160 Lorrie Olson, 160 Todd Olstad, 160 Scott O'Neil, 100, 121, 160 Deborah Opdahl, 160 Jodi Oster, 89, 137, 160 Penny Oye, 160 Mark Payne, 110, 160 Darcie Pedersen, 102, 160 Brian Peterson, 86, 110, 160 Brian Peterson, 86, 110, 160 Dean Plante, 160 Richard Poehls, 160 Christianne Pomonis, 52, 160 Roger Potter, 86, 110, 160 Wendy Price 27, 160 Lisa Pryzbila, 94, 103, 117, 160 Roberta Quandt, 89, 160 Robin Raftevold, 160 1 Craig Ralston, 160 , Eric Ramlo, 49, 52, 132, 160 Donna Rasmussen, 51, 160 Marietta Rasmussen, 49, 62, 125, 137, 14-4, 160 it 5 Kristi Read, 110 Patricia Redfield, 49, 160 Sandra Reeck, 160 Sandra Reif, 160 Glenn Rheault, 160 Brad Ripplinger, 86, 160 y Gregory Roberg Robert Rockwell Steven Rodlund, 86, 100, 160 Jeffrey Ronnie, 106, 160 Vicki Rourke, 160 Margo Rowland, 51, 133, 137, 160 David Rusness, 160 Paul Saastad, 160 Rodney Salzwedel, 100, 118, 160 Rhonda Sandness, 160 SaShel1y Savagesu, 160 Sandra Schenatzki, 31, 146, 160 Yggliam Schafer, 85, 86, 100, 118, Danny Schaffer Janet Scheel, 51, 103, 117, 160 Jill Schlegel, 160 Iigbirie Schlenker, 51, 94, 95, 112, Michael Schlenker, 160 Pamela Schmid, 160 David Schmidt, 160 David Schnaidt, 160 Robert Schneider, 160 Doublas Scholberg Jeffrey Schrade, 160 Sherri Schumaker, 27, 160 A Laurie Schuster, 49, 160 Stacy Scott, 160 Marlene Schweitzer Denise Seeb, 102, 160 Dennis Seeb, 110, 160 Scott Sheppard, 160 Jerry Sherman, 160 Karen Sigmund, 54, 160 Curtis Skarphol, 160 Cindy Skonseng, 160 Barbara Skrogstad, 160 Cindy Smith, 160 James Smith, 136 160 Jeanne Sletteback, 160 Lisa Smith, 160 Teresa smith, 25, 92, 131, 160 James Snyder Michael Soderling, 160 Lawrence Sorenson, 160 Larry Spiering, 100 Debborah Spiker, 161 william Sprattler, 35, 86, 118, 16 Mark Stack, 161 Richard Stave, 161 Jeffery Steichen. 36 one hundred eihty-two Kurt Stellrecht, 84, 85, 86, 105, 161 Laurie Stephenson, 161 , Kathy Stevens, 52, 161 Gregory Stich Debra Still, 161 Geri Stitz, 161 Lawrence Stoa, 100, 161, Teresa Stockamn 51, 161 Lynne Strandemo, 161 David Stransky, 161 Jan Strickland, 68, 125, 131, 161 Sheila Strom, 49, 161 1 Dixie Supler, 161- Deann Suppa, '75, 133, 141, 161 Bradley Swanson, 161 Randall Surerus, 161 Denise Syverson, 161 Terry Taralson, 161 Gregory Thom, 161 Lori Thornberg, 161 Amy Thorstad, 51, 126, 139, 161 Todd Thue, 106, 161 Sherrie Tilden Andrew Tollefson, 152, 161 Thomas Tollefson, 161 Laurie Tommeraus, 161- Kari Torkildson Dorothy Towne, 51 Kimberly Troxel, 161 Ranae Unterseher, 161 , g Jeffrey Upton, 161 Steven Urness, 85, 86, 161 Randel Vanotterloo, 50, 161 Karla Vangerud, 161 Bryan Vidger, 106, 136, 161 Patricia Vondal, 161 Robyn Vornholt, 126, 161 James Waclawik Karen Walker Tammy Wallum 161 Todd Wallum, 161 William Wallwork Byron Walukievicz, 161 Bruce Wang Patty Wegenast, 126, 146, 161 Patrick Wells, 161 Taffey Wells, 161 Scott Wendlick, 161 Keliy Wentz, 161 Kent Westby Kevin Westby, 110 Kim Westerholm, 51, 94, 103 117, 161 Kevin Wetjen, 161 S Julie Wheeler, 52, 161 susan Wichmann, 161 Celeste Wickre, 161 Robert Williams, 161 Sally Wilkerson, 161 Robin Wilson, 161 Martha Winstanley, 51, 89, 141 161 Troy Wolf, 105, 161 Mark Woods, 161 Marsha Woodward, 49, 52, 139, 161 Debra Yeager, 49, 102, 103, 161 Andrew Zarling, 24, 118 Douglas Zaun, 49, 161 Mark Zimmerman, 110, 132, 161 Freshmen Katherine Aabye, 150 Steven Adelson, 121, 150 John Allen, 150 Linda Alton, 25, 68, 150 Cheryl Ames, 150 Scott Amundson, 150 Becky Andersen, 150 Alan Anderson, rod Loann Anderson, 150 Ricky Anderson, 86, 118, 150 Roger Anderson, 118, 130, 150 9 todd Anderson, 150 Troy Anderson, Vicki Anderson, 150 Pamela Annear, 150 Wanda Arre, 150 Nancy Askland, 150 Barbara Backer, 150 Brian Backes, 86, 106, 150 Brenda Bacon, 150 Scott Baumgartner, 150 Tamra Baumgartner, 150 Jamie Beilke, 94, 102, 116, 150 Cynthia Benson, 150 i David Berg, 150 Kent Berlin Gale Bernie, 150 Mark Berglund, 150 100, 150 L 'Paula Berglund, 53, 150 ' Teresa Bettenhausen, 150 Brian Birkholz, 150 Debra Biwer, 150 Jacqueline Blotsky, 150 , David Boe, 91, 188, 150 Cynthia Bladholm, 83, 150 David Blenkush, 150 Doreen Blessum, 150 Craig Blonigan, 150 S Wendy Booth, 150 Nathan Bowe, 86, 150 Stacy Braaten, 126, 150 avid Brakvatne, 150 Cheryl Briggs, 126, 150 Margie Brown, 150 Audrey Brunette, 150 Donald Brunette, 150 Brent Buchholz, 91, 100, 118, 15C Dawn Buchholz, 150 Cynthia Buro Kathy Burch, 150 Peter Bystol, 86, 150 Thomas Callahan, 150 Anton Carlson, 150 Nicole Carlson, 150 Debra Cariveau, 150 Kelly Caspers, 53, 100, 150 Debra Cattivera, 150 Gregory Charon, 150 Paul Christianson, 150 Mark Christlieb, 150 Rodney Clouse, 89, 116, 150 Patricia Cole, 89, 116, 150 Paul Conlin, 150 Clizabeth Cornelius, 150 Daniel cossette, 150 David Cossette, 150 Gary cossette James Cossette, 150 Jill Current, 94, 102, 116, 150 ,Jeffrey Dahlgren, 86, 106, 150 Brian Czichotzki, 150 James Dabill, 150 David Dahl, 106, 150 Michelle Dahl, 68, 125, 150 Mary Danielson, 141, 150 Leola Daul, 53, 89, 150 Kelley Davis, 150 Karin Dayley, 150 Helen Delaney, 116, 150 Laurie Desorel, 150 Douglas Dietrich, 150 Peggy Differding, 150 William Duggan, 150 Dean Duncan, 151 Kelly Durbin, 151 Wayne Edinger, 86, 100, 151 Kathy Edwardson, 151 Bonnie Eichmann, 151 Pamela einerson Timothy Ekstrom, 86, 151 Jolene Elsner, 151 Thomas Elstad, 106, 151 Dave Emanuel, 53, 100, 151 Allan Erickson, 151 Brenda Erickson, 151 Scott Erickson, 86, 151 Laura Esperum, 151 Sara Estee Jeffrey Evanson, 86, 106 Joan Evenson, 151 Michael Ferguson 151 Kirsten Feste, 83, 102, 151 Jane Fischer, 53, 116, 151 Timothy Fink, 118, 151 Charles Fisher, 151 i Kelly Flaa, 151 S Allan Fleeker, 1340, 151 Valerie Foran, 151 Mark Fornes, 151 Paul Foss, 151 Susan Foss, 126, 151 Lavon Foster, 102, 151 Steve Franek, 151 Kristin Freeman 53, 151 Jennifer Furos, 116, 151 Shawn Gallagher, 151 John Gast, 106, 151 Jane Gauffin, 102, 151 Blaine Gerlach, 151 William Gerstner, 151 John Gettel, 151 Randy Gilbraith, 151 Rick Gillund, 151 Tania Goecke, 151 Jon Golberg, 130, 132, 143, 151 Mark Graalum, 152 Kari Gray, 152 , Toddfiregory, 106, 152 7 Krystal Greuel, 53, 152 4 Thomas Grimestad, 25, 152 Brenda Grindberg, 152 Elaine Grotting, 152 Douglas ustafson, 152 Mona Groen, 152 Sheryl Gunderson, 94, 152 . Susan Haakenson 82, 152 Kristen Haarstad, 152 Debra Hagel, 94, 152 Eric Hager, 86, 152 Larry Hall, 152 Lynn Halliday, 82, 152 John Halverson Linda Hanks, 141, 152 John Ham, 152 Francis Hamilton Tracy Hammagren, 112, 152 James Hammer, 152 Vicki Hansen, 152 Carol hanson, 152 David Hanson, 152 Van hanson, 152 . Curtis Harrison 152 Pamela Harry, 94, 102, 116, 152 Paul Harty, 152 Gregory Haug, 132, 152 Jennifer Headland, 152 - Lori Hawkinson, 21, 53, 92, 117 152 Kirt Helm, 152 Lynda Hendricks,h152 Martin Henning, 152 Linda Hejtemanek, 152 Brenda Henrichs, 152 james Herbst, 106, 120, 152 Jeraldine Hickey, 152 Ken Hicks, 152 Joann Himle, 102, 152 Darcy Hogness, 126, 139, 152 Mark Holcomb, 152 Jay Holgate, 152 Julie Holland, 152 Carolyn Holm, 152 Anne Hopple, 126, 152 James Hurle , 152 William lbach, 86, 152 Steven Ingberg Roy lngebretson, 152 Linda Jacobsen, 68, 125, 152 Thomas Jahner, 86, 100, 152 Mary Jandro, 102, 152 Susan Johnson, 152 Allan Johnson, 25, 152 Gloria Johnson. 94, 152 falames McPherson, 153 Karen Johnson, 83, 152 Rochelle Jones, 152 g Joel Kath, '86, 152 Bruce Kautzman, 152 Eric Kautzrnan, 86, 118, 152 David Kelly, 152 Michael Kelly, 86, 152 1 Jon Kennedy,25, 100, 118, 152 Larry Kenney Tamara Kenney, 152 Carla Kenward, 89, 116, 141, 152 Dina Kilfoyl, , 94, 152 Warren King, 26, 86, 106, 118, 152 Robert Kirmis, 152 Kevin Kistner, 152 Kevin Klatt, 152 Jacquline Klein, 53, 59, 139, 152 Kim Knecht, 126, 152 , Dennis Kiocke, 152 June Kloubec, 53, 116, 152 Paul Knox. 86. 152 Barbara Krabbenhoft, 152 Kimberly Koskela, 152 Katherine Kost, 152 Lisa Krag, 153 Karen Krause, 153 Perry Krieger, 153 Jane Kristensen, 116, 153 V James Krupich, 153 Tony Krupich, 153 Jennifer Kuchera, 153 Mark Kuebler, 53, 153 Kimberly Kuehl, 53, 153 Lori Kuemper, 153 Kathi Kyllo, 102, 153 Cliieu Lam 1 Gregory Langfitt Denice Lammers, 53, 153 Stuart Landburg, 153 Beth Larson, 153 Bradley Larson, 153424 Cynthia Larson, 153 Leslie Larson, 153 LoAnn Larson, 153 Barry Laughlin, 153 Carolyn Lean, 53, 153 Jeffrey Leclerc, 86, 106, 107, 118, 132, 133, 139, 153 Cherie Lehman, 153, Suzanne Lewis, 114,:115, 126, 153 Sean Levvton, 86, 105, 153 Shawn Lewton, 86, 105, 153 Laura Lien, 144, 153 Jill Lipp, 94. 153 T - i Vicki Lofgren, 153 Cynthia Loran, 153 Karen Lordeman, 116, 130, 153 Kari Losness, 53, 153 A Alan Lothspeich, 153 Jeffrey Loveland, 86, 153 Jennifer Loveland, 153 Richard Ludemann, 86, 153 James Lunde, 153 Kimberly Lunde, 153 Michael Lynnes, 153 Barbara Mahoney 'Kathleen Mahoney, 153 A Cindi Majerus, 153 Natalie Mangahas, 153 'Sheryl Manning, 31, 53, 153 Steve Marhack, 153 1 Julie Marcotte, 153 Andrea Martin, 153 Julie Martin, 116, 126, 153 ,Tatjana Martin, 53, 153 Alvin Masseth, 153 'Jacqueline Masseth, 153 Brenda Mathison, 153 Rory McCormick, 105, 106, 153 Pamela McGlynn, 153 Pamela McKay, 102, 153 Scott Mehlhoff, 153 ,Kristin Merryman, 153 Miles Metcalf, 153 Terrance Metzger, 153 L Daniel Meyer Kevin Meyer, 153 Lynnette Meyer, 94 Maureen Mickelson, 153 John Miller, 112, 153 Tammy Moe, 153 Kristi Moen Patricia Monroe, 153 Jeffrey Monson, 153 Maureen Moore, 153 Phillip Morud, 153 Anna Moreno, 153 Michael Morris, 153 Earl Murray, 86, 153 Ladonna Muscha, 153 Jon Myhre, 53, 100, 153 Robert Narveson, 86, 154 Keith Nauman, 154 Steven Naylor, 154 Kari Nelson, 53, 154 Larry Nelson, 154 Linda Nelson, 102, 154 Sue Nelson, 154 Daniel Nettum Daniel Neubauer, 142, 143, 154 Lisa Nicklawsky, 154 Barbara Nyland, 154 Julie Nystul, 102 Hayley Ohrt, 154 Wayne Oien, 154 Richard Olejnik, 154 4 Richard Olson, 154 Robin Olson, 154 Tamara Olson, 154 JeffO1son,50, ,53, 154 Kevin Olson, 154 Brian Orman 91, 154 Mary Orth, 154 Jeffrey Ose Paula Oster, 154 Shelly Otterson, 154 Jeff Overbo Niki Pappas, 83, 154 Marc Pallasch, 60, 100,154 Timothy Parsons, 154 Kenneth Paulson, 154 Mark Paulson, James Paumen, 86, 118, 154 Todd Pavek, 86, 154 Alicia Pedersen, 154 Julee Perkins, 154 victor Peterson, 154 Jan Petterson, 154 A Randy Pfaff, 154 Dawne Plante, 25, 53, 154 Jane Ployhar, 154 Mark Qualey, 106, 154 '- Gary Radtke, 86, 154 Dawn Ramstad, 154 Denise Rasmussen, 154 Michael Rausch, 154 Shoshan Reddington, 154 Craig Remboldt, 154 Jay Reed, 154 Thomas Reed, 154 James Register, 154 Linda Retzer, 154 Renee Ricker, 154 Michael Riesgraf, 154 Donavan Roberts, 154 Michael Roberts, 154 Beth Robson, 154 John Ronningen, 154 Jerry Roper, ,154 Thomas Roscoe Diane Rus, 154 Timothy Rowland, 86, 111, 154 Gregory Rudolp, 86, 154 Christopher rudrud, 86, 100, 154 4 Lori Rusch, 116, 139, 154 Laura ypkerna, 89, 102, 154 Kimberly Sad, 154 Julie Sandland, 102, 116, 154 Kenneth Sanford, 100, 101, 118, 154 Scott Savageau, 86, 109, 110, 155 Theresa Sawatzky Melinda Sawdey, 155 Donald Sayler Lois Schenatzki, 155 Joanne Schermeister, 155 Mary Schiele, 133, 155 Kelly Schierman, 155 Allen Schafer, 86, 106, 155 Mary Schlanser, 133, 155 Beth Schlenker, 155 Mark Schneider, 112, 155 Susan Schobinger, 89, 140, 141, 155 Joanne Schultz, 94, 155 Jacqueline Schur, 142, 143, 155 Gary Schwanke, 155 Valorie Schwincl, 155 Paul Scott, 40, 120, 121, 155 Robert Severson, 155 James Shear, 155 Dee Sinclair, 155 Mary Skarphol, 126, 155 Keven Smallarz, 155 Todd Smedshamrner, 155 Brenda Smith, 155 Kevin Smith Nicholas Sonnesyn 106, 155 Daniel Sorenson, 91, 118, 155 John Sorgaard, 106, 155 Gerald Sprague, ,155 Sharon Starkey, 155 Tammy Steinhausen, 155 Mark Stensgard, 91, 155 Audrey Stewart, 116, 143, 155 Diane Stigen, 155' L James Still 155 Patrick Strand Jolene Strege, 155 Connie7Strernick, 155 Cynthia Tandeski, 155 Jane Tangen, 155 Sandra Tarnasky, 53, 155 Dawn Tessier : Douglas Tessier, 155 Robin Thomas, 155 Steven Thompson, 155 Valerie Thornberg, 155 Karen Thue, 155' A Patricia Thue, 155 Sheila Tilden John Tillotson, 100 Diane 'Tollefson',' 155 ' Jon Tomhave, 91, 100, 1553 Jeanne Tommeraus, 155 Pamela Trefethren Susan Turner, 155 , Vicki Tweeton, 155 Kim Tyson, 53, 155 Carmen Ulschmid, 94, 102, 155 Lisa Urban, 53, 141, 155 Darrell Utke, 155 A Sally Vail, 53, 102, 155 Jane Vanyo, 89, 115, 116, 155 Jane Vennerstrom, 102, 155 Julie Votava, 155 Jeffrey Wadeson, 86, 155 Linda Walen, 155 Sheri Wallum, 155 Janet Walters, 125, 155 Daniel Walth, 155 Donald Warner, 155 Michael Weeks, 155 Timothy Wegenast, 155 Tab Wells, 155' Brooks Weltzin, 155 Pamela Wentz, 155 Kristine Wenzel, 155 Susan Westrick, 94, 102, 155 Mark Williams, 155 Susan Williams, 155 Susan M. 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