Flandreau High School - Flyer Yearbook (Flandreau, SD)
- Class of 1957
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Edited by Annual Staff
Flandreou High School
Flondreou, South Dokofo
Muriel Duncan, Judy Procha-
ska, George Peper.
SITTING: Kathy Henderson, Noreen Johnson,
Marlee Maxwell. STANDING: Steve Wiese,
SITTING: Janice Gullickson, Dorothy Wade,
Mary Ann Fuller. STANDING: JoAnn Snug-
SITTING: Loye Johnson, Kaye Varns, Bar-
bara Thom. STANDING: Janelle Ericlson,
Marilyn Willard, JoAnn Snuggerud, Doris
Kucera, and Marlene Ehret.
Flyer Staff Works to BEAT Deadline
Editor ........ ,,....... J udy Prochaska
Assistant Editor .............. Muriel Duncan
Business Managers .... George Peper, Steve Wiese
Photographers .... Janelle Erickson, George Peper
Make-up . . . ..... .... N oreen Johnson
Athletics . . . JoAnn Snuggerud, Steve Wiese, Doug
Van Whye, Mary Ann Fuller, Marlene Ehret
Activities ..... Dorothy Wade, Janice Gullickson,
Barbara Thom , Kathleen Henderson, Janice
Amdahl, Kathy Lowe
Class Activities . Marlee Maxwell, Marilyn Willard,
Loye Johnson, Kaye Varns, Doris Kucera
Adviser .................... Gloria Hause
'57 Flyer is Dedicated to ELDON SAMP,
Flondreou High School Bond Director
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Eldon Samp was chosen "Outstanding Band Director of South Dakota for 1956" by the Kappa Kappa Psi, honorary
band fraternity from the University of South Dakota. This only restated common knowledge of the Flandreau people,
as they know him as a man who does a superb job of guiding some two hundredyoimgstersintothe appreciationof
music each year.
He isamember ofthe American School Board Directors Association andis secretary and treasurer for South Dakota's
Band Master's group. The Flandreau Future Farmer boys made him an honorary chapter fanner in 1956.
Under Samps direction the A band brought home the A school American Legion marching trophy from the Legion
Convention. They won the giant Pow Wow day trophy from Huron College last fall. The B band received recognition
at Edgerton's Dutch Festival.
Judean Snuggerud,Muriel Duncan, and Nancy Critser who brought home the twirling honors display the trophy that
the band received at Luverne last fall.
This fancy vehicle for transportation has given many a student added pleasures as they worked moving band equip-
ment. Even Mr. Samp enjoys bombing around in the limousine.
The Annual Staff wishes to dedicate the '57 Flyer to Eldno Samp, director of the band and friend to all at Fland-
reau Hi h. .
With gxis dedication in mind a musical theme will be used throughout the book.
Dmscrons PAUSE to Pose
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS, SITTING: Myrtle Ehrichsg President Leo Pot-
tratzg clerk and office secretary, Gladys English. STANDING: Earl Larson,
Everett Keck, Justin Jones.
Superintendant Vandal C. Johnson
Principal William Hass
Secretary Dorothy Dierks
Student Chblce for
orolh y Dierks
WILLIAM HASS -Shop-Charles
Prochaska, Jerry Hiller, Tony
Kucera, Ronnie Van Buren,
and Roger Dougherty.
EIDON SAMP -Bookkeeping -
Marlys Eng, Janice Gullickson,
Jean Jewett, and Jerome Neal.
Schult, Phyllis Chemey, Jean
Englebrecht, and Joe Biron.
LILLIE RICE-English 11-Peg-
gy Schroeder, Joycelyn Neal,
BETTY LIETSKE-English III-
Ronald Estergaard, Helen
Crow, Marlon Thielson, Judy
Hurley, and June Kautz.
Roberta Bowne, and JoAnn ga
Geometry-Lonnie Hogle, Ron-
nie Suhr, Carole Grafing, and
logy-Lois Keehn, Diana Krog-
man, Janet Jewett, and Rich-
VIRGINIA LARSON-Secretar- '
ial training -Barbara Gageby,
Marjorie Larson, Janice Leun- E ,,. ,ii
ing, Esther Erickson, and Jo- - T
IRENE ENGSTROM-Hone ec-
onomics-Karen Alberts, Donna
Earley, Connie Forman, Nancy
Estergaard, and Nancy Cook.
Sharon Erickson, Rosemary
Erickson, Betty Kansanback,
Dick Thompson, and Barbara
States history-Ralph Dougherty,
Darlys Pasch, Roger Ehlers, and
PAUL ROLLINS -World history?
Barbara Scofield, Mary Kay Re-
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DONALD BROSZ-Physics -Ber-
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Don Jacobson, and Roger Hur-
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John Phelan, Ronnie Earley,
Ronnie Suhr, Ralph Hansen,
and Robert Allen.
ACCIDENTAL Scenes from Senior Life
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Marlee Maxwell finishes a day's work! !! Which is the weaker--male or female? Janet Jewett and Barbara Russie
smile as the nurse gives the polio shot to them BUT look at Howard Stimson. Lynnwood Hager dances first with Ber-
nie Bowen and then Jim McGlone. There must be a girl shortage, uh? Notice Mr. Prochaska getting that rock'n
roll beat too. Pat gets shot while shooting pictures for Little Orpheum,
Six packs of bubble gum didn't even hold Jim McGlone
down. Bemie Bowen takes time out at a school party for food,
but Doug Van Whye keeps right on whirling. WilmaGitche1,
under the ten gallon hat, Lois Keehn, and Jim McGlone as the
A stray junior, Fred Smith, stands beside
Dick Thompson as they try to hitch a ride--
guess the boys can not trust their luck to
just the foot. Happy Roya1ity--
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Orpheum, can be seen wearing whiskers as he
tri cs to sell the Single Blessedness Debating So-
cicty on the Rcmodelscope. It was a machine to
make all old maids beau iful. Jerome Neal, who
stands behind the mike, brought the show to a
stand still as he sang "Honky Tonk Man."
Class officers-Vice-President Barbara Russie, Presi-
dent Gene Gullickson, Secretary Jan Price, and
Treasurer Judy Prochaska with Student Council Presi-
dent DorothyDierks, and Student Representative Jim
McGlone-submit college applications in thc picture .
Seniors win second place with Lick the Arrows. The
goal posts are being held up by Janet Jewett and
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KEITH AMUNDSON-Vice-President 1, Basketball lg Senior-Class Play 4, Intramural Basketball 15 Little Orpheum
1,4. LOIS BISSON-Band 1,2,3,4gVocal 15 Drum Majorette 1,2,3,4, Little Orpheum 3,45 Senior Class Play. RICHARD
BURNS-Journalism 1,23 Football 1,2 3,45 Football Letterman 3,43 Basketball 1,25 Little Orpheum 1,43 Letterman
Club 43 Intramural 1,2,3,4, Senior Class Play. BERNARD BOWEN-FFA l,2,3,4, Basketball 1,25 Intramural 1,2,3,4g
Little Orpheum 1,2,4,Senior ClassPlay. DARRELL CLOUD-FFA 1,2,3,4g Football 1,2,3,43 Football Letterman 45 Bas-
ketball 1,2, Track 1,Physical Education 1, Intramural 45 Little Orpheum 1,45 Senior Class Play. DOROTHY DIERKS-
Vice-President 33 Girls' State 35 Student Council 1,45 Student Council President 45 NHS 3,43 NHS President 45 DAR
4gVoca1 1,3g Homecoming Queen Candidate 45 Little Orpheum 1,35 Declam 1, FFA Sweetheart Candidate 45 Senior
Class Play. ESTHER ERICKSON-Senior Class Playg Jayettes 1. BARBARA GAGEBY-Annual Staff 25 Vocal 1, Future
Nurses 25 Librarian 2,3,45 Little Orpheum 2,49 Senior Class Play.
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WILMA GITCHEL-Girls' State 35 NHS 3,45 NHS Secretary and Treausrer 45 All-State Band 2,35 Annual Staff 25 Band
1,2,3,45Vocal 1,25Future Teachers 35 Little Orpheum 1,3545 Senior Class Play. EDITH GREEN-Vocal 15 Librarian 2,
3,45 Little Orpheum 35 Senior Class Play. GENE GULLICKSON-Class President 45 Boys' State 35 Student Council 45
NHS 3,45 FFA President 45 Football 2,3,45 Football Letterman 3,45 FFA 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Basket-
ball Letterman 2,3,45Track l,2,3,45 Track Letterman 1,2,3,45I-lornecoming King5 Little Orpheum 15 Senior Class Play.
LYNNWOOD HAGER-Football 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Intramural 1,2,3,45 Little Orpheum 1,2,45 Senior Class Play.
ARLEN HANDBERG -FFA 1,2,3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Little Orpheum 15 Senior Class Play. KATHY HENDERSON-Class
Secretary 35Declam 15ArmualStaff2,3,45Band l,2,3,45 Vocal 1,2,35 Future Nurses 35 Little Orpheum 1,2,3,45 Senior
ClassPlay.DONALD JACOBSON-FFA 1. JANET JEWETT-Band 1,2,35 Vocal 15 Little Orpheum 35 Senior Class Play.
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MEL JONES-Class Vicc-President 35 Football l,2,3,45 Football Letterman 2,3,45 Basketball 3,45 Basketball Letter-
man 3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Track Letterman 1,2,3,45 Homecoming King Candidate 45 Senior Class Playg Letterman
Club 4. PAT KEATINC -NHS 45 Journalism 25 Football 1,2,3,45 Football Letterman 3,45 Football Co-captain 45 All-
State Football45 Track 1,45 Track Letterman 15 Letterman Club5 Senior Class Play. LOIS KEEHN-Nl-IS 3,45 Vocal 1,
2,3,45 Future Nurses 35 Senior Class Playg Little Orpheum 1. DIANA KROGMAN-Declam 15 Vocal 15 Senior Class
Play, Librarian 35 Little Orphctun 4. ROGER LAMP-NHS 45 FFA 1,2,3,45 Football 15 Little Orpheum 45 SeniorClass
Play. LARRY LARSEN-FFA 1,2,3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Senior Class Playg Dance Band 3,45 FFA Band 3,45 Litt1eOrpheum
3,4. MARJORIE LARSON-Declam 15Vocal15 Librarian 1,35 Senior Class Playg Little Orpheum 4. JANICELEUNING-
Vocal lg Librarian 2,35 Senior Class Playg Little Orpheum 4.
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MARLEE MAXWELL-All-State Band 3,43 All-State Chorus 33 Annual Staff 3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Vocal 1,2,33 Cheer-
leader 3,43Future Nurses 33 Senior Class Play3 Little Orpheum l,3,4. JIM MCGIONE-Class Treasurer 13 Student Coun-
cil 43 FFA 1,2,3,43 FFA Vice-President 43 Annual Staff 3s Football l,2,3,43 Football Letterman 2,3,43 Basketball 1,
2,35 Track 13 Senior Class Play3 Letterman Club 43 Intramural 43 Little Orpheum 1,2,3,4. JOANN McMAHON-Jour-
nalism 23 Declam 13 One-Act Plays 23 Little Orpheum 43 Senior Class Play. EUNICE MEYER-Declam 13 All-State
Chorus 43 Vocal l,2,3,43 Senior Class Play. MARLENE MEYER-NHS 3,43 DAR Candidate 43 Librarian 2,33 Vocal 1,
2,3,43 Senior Class Playg Little Orpheum 1,3,4. KENT MILLER-Boys' State 3s NHS 3,43 Debate 43 Basketball 1,23
Band l,2,3,43Dance Band 43 Little Orpheum 1,2,3,43 Senior Class Play3 State T.B. Essay 3. JEROME NEAL-lntramur-
al 43 Little Orpheum 3,45 Senior Class Play. ROBERT OTTO-FFA 1,2,3,4g FFA Secretary 4g Football l,2,3,43 Foot-
ball Letterman 43 Basketball 13 Little Orpheiun 43 Track 23 Senior Class Play.
K x HOWARD STIMSON
GEORGE PEER-Class President 15 NHS 3,45 FFA 1,2,3,45 FFA Parliamentarian 15 Annual 2,3,45 Annual Staff As-
sistant Business Manager 3, Manager 45 Football 1,35 Basketball 1,25 Little Orphemn 2,3,45 Senior Class Play. ELLEN
POTTEBAUM-Little Orpheum 2,3545 Senior Class Play5 NHS 3,43 All-State Band 2,3,45 Annual Staff 15 Band l,2,3,45
Vocal 1,2,35 Future Nurses 35'Dec1am 1. JANET PRICE-Class Treasurer 25 NHS 3,45 NHS Vice-President 45 Class
Secretary 45 Student Council 35 DAR Candidate 45 FFA Sweetheart 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Homecoming Queen 45 Vocal
15 Senior Class Play. JUDY PROCHASKA-NHS 3,45 Class Treasurer 45 Declam 15 Annual Staff 45 Annual Staff Edi-
tor 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Vocal 1,2,35 Dance Band 3,45 Senior Class Playg Triple Trio 25 Paper Staff 1,25 Pep Club 1,25
KAREN ROSHEIM-All-State Chorus 45 Annual Staff 35 Vocal 1,2,3,45 Future Nurses 35 One-Act Plays 25 Senior Class
P1ay5 Declam 1. BARBARA RUSSIE-Class President 25 Annual Staff 1,2535 Annual Staff Co-editor 35 Band 1,2,3,45
Vocal 1,2,35Cheerleader45Dance Band 1,2,3,45 Little Orpheum 2,3,45 All-State Band 45 Senior Class Play. NORMA
STEIN-Vocal 1,2535 FFA Sweetheart Candidate 45 Little Orpheum 4. HOWARD STIMSON-Intramura15 Senior Class
Play5 Basketball 2.
DOUG VAN WHYE
KENNETH STIMSON-FFA 1,2,3g Basketball 1gOne -Act Plays 15 Little Orpheum lg Senior Class Play. GERALD STORY-
FFA 1,2,3,45Fl-'A Reporter 45 Basketball 15 Track 1,2,3,4g Track Letterman l,2,3,4g Intramural 1,2,3g Little Orpheum
45 Senior Class Play. WAYNE TAYLOR-FFA 1,2,3,4g Football 1,2,3,43 Football Lettennan 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,43
Basketball Letterman 43 Track 43 Senior Class Play. BARBARA THOM-Little Orpheum 1,2,3,4g All-State Band 3,43
All-State Chorus 45Band l,2,3,4gVoca11,2,3,4g Senior Class Playg Annual Staff 2. DICK THOMPSON-Student Coun-
cil 25 All-State Band 35 Basketball 1,2,33 Intramural 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Dance Band 1,2,3g Senior Class Play. DOUG
VAN Wl-IYE -Basketball l,2,35Track 1,25 Band lgVocal1,2,3,4gIntramural 3,43 Little Orpheum 3,43 Senior Class Play.
PATTY WHALEN-Class President 25Student Council 25 All-State Band l,2,3,45 All-State Chorus 3,43 Annual Staff 1,
2,35 Band 1,2,3,4g Vocal 1,2,3,4g Cheerleader 1,2,3,43 Future Nurses 35 Dance Band 13 Little Orphemn l,2,3gSenior
Class Playg Homecoming Queen Candidate 4. MARILYN WILLARD-Annual Staff 2,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Vocal lg Drum
Majorette 1,2,3,4g Senior Class Plav: Little Ornheum 1.4,
ACCIDENTALS Belong to the Juniors Too.
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the juniors sing??? Lynnwood Hager and Mr. Hass renovate toys with the help of John Phelan. '
Lucky to be alive, Lommie Thielson takes time out to enjoy
life. Kenny Stimson, senior, chats with Denny Driscoll during
the 4:00 student lunch hours. Fie, my boy, fie! A junior and
afraid? . . . Roger Hurley floats down stream on a chunk of
The Agriculture boys won but the girls all attended the smorgasbord dinner at the Cot-
tage in S'iouxFalls. DorothyWade, Doris Kucera, Mary Ann Fuller, Marlys Eng, and Janelle
Erickson wait eagerly for food. It seems that Betty Lietske, Linda Miller, Supt. Johnson,
Sylvan Vigness, and Virginia Larson were there too. QA few Ag boys made it too.j
A NATURAL-Juniors and Success
Class representative and vice president,
Janice Gullickson and Marlys Eng, wat c h
Dorothy Wade, treasurer, and Dick Grafing,
president, plan for the spring banquet. Ken
Headrick takes notes.
With the theme, Break the Arrows, the Juniors walked off with top
The fifty-eighters entertained the Little
Orpheum crowd with a pantomime, The
Lowly Milkman. John Phelan, Nina Sue
Peterson, B a rb a r a Nelson, Dick Heesch,
DeAnn Ellingson, and Marlene Ehret acted
out the parts.
Miss Larson and Mr. Vigness admire the
plaque which was awarded Flandreau by the
Curtis Company for its outstanding and
highest salesmanship record for this region.
Co-captains Dorothy Wade and Marlys Eng
are also proud of the school's achievement.
WARMING UP EXERCISES
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It's that cup that
Three little maids from school are we- Kathy Collins won at
Kay Keck, Kathy Dawson, and Noreen. the Speech contest.
Uohnson, that is.,
Mr. Rollins had just given these students individual awards for their
work in a speech contest. The sophomores - Kathy Collins, Richard
Whitman, and Tom Johnson - seem to dominate the picture. Senior,
Kent Miller, and junior, Roger Thoreson, helped to make this a win-
"Now let me see," says Tom Johnson, "Which pretty maid will it be?" -
It's just another windy South Dakota day, so Dottie Schult and Jean Englebrecht are going to cover UQ
their hair before going to lunch.
These business looking young fellows were judging. . .It was hogs this time. Horseman, Dale Bisson,
strikes a thoughtful pose for the cameraman.
Lawrence Hill and Marvin Johnson are surprised as they thought the camera was taking someone elses
p i c ture . Leslie Taylor and Normanll-larnmer work on a plant box in shop. Dale Bisson and Alvin Gul-
lickson start to screw the parts of Dale's gun rack together.
President Wayne Eastman reads the Sundial as fellow
officers stand by. Joe Biron, secretarygNoreen John-
son, treasurer, Richard Whitman, representative, and
Dottie Schult, vice president, make up the executive
board of this class.
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afraid as husband, Claude Jones, points the fin-
ger of guilt at her old sweetheart, Richard Whit-
man, in a Little Orpheum skit.
Choosing "I-Iipping to Victory" as their theme
and dress ing Bruce Clark and Dean Biteler as
Hawaiian dancers, the sophomores brought a south
sea island scene into the homecoming parade.
Darrell Pulscher furnished the music for the
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Lynn Sorenson gets his wallet out to give Noreen
Johnson a few pennies for the good of the cause
in a skit for Little Orpheum. Loye Johnson
doesn't seem at all interested so she walks away.
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"Freshies" are FULL of Ambition.
I Karla Miller studies grains in the
Ag roo m as she waits to catch a
"Freshies" dress the fanciest for the "Sok" hop. Junior, Jim Weigel, sits with
Charles Prochaska while senior, Kathy Henderson poses with Judy Weigel.
These were girl and boy winners for having worn the best decorated socks at
Bob Burns was shot before he had a chance to shoot. Ah---here is the farmer for whom she's looking. It is Tommy
Peper. Ag boys--Richard Nass, Kenny Leuning, Bob Erickson, Ronald Green and Lyle Lowe--watch with Mr. Vig-
ness as the president brings the meeting together. Karen McConnel gets a piggie-back ride from Karla Miller. What
Judean Snuggerud does the rock 'n roll with Donna Westra--John Vanderhoof looks on in amazement. Sneaking a
look at the photographer is Jim Peper as he and Bob Erickson study weed'species. Smile pretty like and say prunes
were the instructions that Ron Van Buren and Jerry Johnson had as they turned to face the surprise attack of the
"Freshies" will REPEAT these Activities
Class officers leave after a busy day at school. Judy
Weigel, student council, Jerry Johnson, treasurer,
Karla Miller, secretary, Judean Snuggerud, vice pres-
ident, and president Chuck Rewalt seem to be taking
homework with them.
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Gehlsen, and Be tty Grafing scrub A V 5 A -iii fi
the deck as they ride on their home- ,W - ' Q,
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Connie Forman and Judy Wilch hold the screen as
Charles Prochaska, the farmer, Judy Weigel, his
daughter, Carter Wiese, the villain, and Chuck Re-
walt, the constable, burlesque on the old plays-of-
1900's. Here they chant with a rocking motion "He
ain't done right by Little Nell". The "Freshies" pre-
sented this for Little Orpheum skit.
Charles Pro c ha ska , Tommy Peper, Tony Kucera,
Robert Erickson, Carter Wiese, Jerry Hiller, Bob
Burns, Chuck Rewalt, John Vanderhoof, and David
Cullickson prepare to play ball as referee, Roger
Jackson, tosses the ball. Second ref. is Richard Nass.
The fellows under freshmen coach, Ralph Cook,
played some interesting games during the early part
p of the season.
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one of the signs made by their party.---The Federalists painted cars a,s well
as signs, Dic k Thompson snapped this of his car shortly after the paint job.
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George Peper and Eunice Meyer help students Judy Prochaska and Marlee
Maxwell register for voting. Mr. Rollins can be seen as he supervises the
ABOVE--Lo is K e e hn and Roger
Lamp serve at the polls, as Kay
V a r ns , Lynnwood Hager, Howard
Stimson, and D o u gl a s Van Wyhe
BELOW--Mel Jones, student sheriff,
takes a call. Arlen Handburg and
Sheriff Farris listen.
G e ra l d Story, Don Jacobson, and
Lynwood Hager learn of the high-
way patrolman's duties.
American Legion government day proves to be a great success as
government teacher, Don Brosz, guides the seniors through the cam-
paign and election.
All students but seven registered. Only two of those registering did
not vote, and of the votes Cast only eight were disqualified.
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Stimson, Jan Pric e , Mel Jones, Marlee Maxwell, Marjorie Larson,
Barbara Russie, Jim McClone, Dick Thompson, and Kenneth Stimson
are sworn into office by Legion service officer, Carl Miller. After
this ceremony the student officers and classmates visited the county
offices for a half day.
Judge Rice talks with Pat Keating,
County Judge, JoAnn McMahon, Cir-
cuit Court Judge, Wilma Gitchel, and
The KEY to o Better Tomorrow . . .
Legion Student Government Day
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1. William McDowell, acting County Coroner, discusses his duties with Kent Miller,
Douglas Van Wyhe5Student Coroner, Barbara Russie,Jerome Neal, and Ellen Pottebaum.
2. Mrs. Opal Nass and Mrs. Hugh Stokes in the Clerk of Courts office show the books to
Kathleen Henderson, Pat Whalen, Student Clerk of Courts, Marjorie Larson, and Janice
Leuning. 3. Judy Prochaska, Marlene Meyer, Student Register of Deeds, Marlee Max-
well, Edith Greeng and Karen Rosheim watch as Deputy Mrs. George Bommersbach ex-
plains the work of the Register of Deeds. 4. Student Treasurer, Rich Burns, stands close
as County Treasurer, Art Richter, displays the tax books. Keith Amundson, Diane Krog-
man, Marilyn Willard, and Eunice Meyer look too. 5. County Auditor, Tillman Gul-
bransong educates Roger Lamp, Student Auditor, Howard Stimson, Wayne Taylor, Janet
Jewettg and Esther Erickson on his responsibilities. 6. Rolland Jones, States Attorney,
instructs Student Attomey, Jan Pri c e in the typing of warrants, George Peper and Lois
Keehn look on. 7. Barbara Gagebyg Barbara Thom, and Student Superintendent of
Schools, Gene Gullickson, learn how to fill out forms from County Superintendent,
Selma Severson. 8 dc 9. County Commissioner, Gilbert Holter, with Student Commis-
sioner, Dick Thompson, Jim Mc Glone, and Howard Stimson are watched by Bernie
Bowen, Larry Larson, and Darrell Cloud. Below you see this same group of students dur-
ing coffee break.
SPIRITED Pep squad
Five people who did a lot towards making
the student body conscious of school spirit
were Pat Whalen,Barbara Russie, Dick Graf-
ing, Sha.rrol Jackson, and MarLee Maxwell.
Wearing the white sweaters the F Club pur-
chased for them, the pepsters concluded the
year by cheering the boys to a triumphal win
over Rapid City in the State A Basketball
TIE One-Drop One-REST Victorious
With Coach Eugene Johnson at the helm, the Flandreau Flyers were able to give the spectators many a
nervous and heart throbbing moment. The season was indeed a victorious one.
FIRST ROW: Lloyd Duncan, Ronnic Green, LeRoy Benson, Wayne Eastman, Tom John-
son BobAllcn, Mel Jones, Pete Allen, Harold Kneebone, Pat Keating, Tom Price, Ron-
nie Etirley, Dean Biteler, and Bob Emerson. SECOND ROW: Dale Bisson, Richard Riffel,
Dene Gullickson, Gene Gullickson, Wayne Taylor, Mike Lovejoy, Jim MeGlone, Rich
Burns, Kenneth Headrick, Ronald Zylstra, and Eugene Hovland. THIRD ROW: Lonnie
Kuehl,Claude Jones, Dalliss Englund, Norman Hammer, Darrell Cloud, Bob Otto, Lloyd
Erickson, John Westra, Doug Jolmson, Gordon Duncan, David Hove, Steve Wiese, and
Les Taylor. CORNER PICTURES: Co-captains, Gene Gullickson and Pat Keating.
Boys Recognized by Stoie's Coaches
Pat Keating, half-back for the Flyers, is on the list of All-State minor eleven football
first team for 1956. The Argus Leader reported "Pat in an exceptional runner and avery
fine passer." Gene Gullickson, tackle, was selected for the second team, while Pete Al-
len, quarterback, was named to the honorable mention list. The boys are pictured at
right as mentioned. Coach Johnson tops the list.
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The senior squad members take time to get into a picture. They are: Pete Allen, Richard
Burns,Darrell Cloud,BobOtto, Gene Gullickson, Mel Jones, Pat Keating, Wayme Taylor, and
A Squad is Their Next STOP.
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C h a m p i o n s - Wayne Eastman, Richard Burns,
Dene Gullickson, Douglas Van Wyhe, Lynnwood
Hager, and Dick Grafing - pause for an intramu-
Third place team is composed of: Roger Thoreson,
James Suhr, Lloyd Erickson, Jerome Neal, and Don-
Pictures at right sho w the All-Stars and the Wolves
battling for top place.
Intramural spirit and love for competition became
quite evident as twenty-three fellows reported for
practice. The captains-Dick Thompson, Jim Mc-
Glone, Douglas Van Wyhe, and Lynnwood Hager-lead
their teams through five scrimmages before the Let-
termen's Club chose the tournament teams.
The B squad under Eugene Johnson's guiding
hand and the "Freshies" under Ralph Cook's
supervision stop practice long enough to
smile at the photographer.
BACK RWO: Ralph Cook, David Gullick-
son, Tom Peper, Claude Jones, Jerry Hiller,
Alvin Gullickson, Bob Emerson, Mike Love-
joy, and Eugene Jo hnson . FRONT ROW:
Charles Prochaska, Charles Rewalt, Eugene
Hovland, Tom Price, Carter Wiese, Leroy
Benson, and Robert Erickson.
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Bernie Bowen, John Phelan, Howard Stimson, Dick
Thompson, Ronald Earley, and Jim McGlone
played a hard game to come out second best in
Shoeless Larry Mille r holds the ball
that was used in their losing game.
Bruce Clark, Ronald Suhr, Darrell
Cloud, LaVerle Peterson, and Charles
Prochaska appear to be a little weary
after the tussle.
Happiness is THEME of the Tournament.
Tom Johnson, Dick Heesch, Wayne Taylor, and Kenny Head-
rick sit at ease in the dressing room before the big game a-
gainst Belle Fouche.
Student manager Jim McGlone awaits the big moment with
Jerry Thompson, Ronnie Zylstra, Fred Smith, Harold Kneebone,
David McCracken, and Doug Johnson.
State 's record for
a basketball pass
is made by Wayne
member of the
squad. He made
a basket with a
60 foot pass.
At left: Coach Do n Brosz and stu-
dent manager, Jim McGlone load
for trip to Aberdeen.
Harold Kneebone, David McCracken, Doug Johnson Pat Keat
ing, and Gene Gullickson listen as Coach Brosz lectures
State A Tournament IS
Border pictures display David McCracken, winner of All-State honorable mention
which was the decision of the thirty-two A school coachesg and of an honorable mention
on All Tournament squad which was picked by press and radio men. Douglas Johnson,
Harold Kncebone, Jerry Thompson, and Fred Smith are followed by Gene Cullickson
who was the team's choice for co-captain.
Right side border pictures include Pat Keating who was named co-captain of the
Flandreau team and who received honorable mention as an All-Tournament squad mem-
ber. Other team workers are Wayne Taylor, Dick I-leesch, Ronnie Zylstra, Tom John-
son, and Kenny I-leadrick.
The FLIERS, plagued by defeat during the season, were able to edge by Brookings in
thc first round and to stun the Flandreau Indians to defeat in the second round of the
Section II Tournament. By doing this the Fliers earned, for the first time since entering
"A" competition, a berth in the State A Tournament.
Although the FLIERS fell to the Broncs fState A Champsl in the first game, they did
not do so before giving them a jolt. Flandreau was then defeated by Watertown but
came back to foil the Rapid City Cobblers and to win seventh place.
Congratulations goes to Coach Don Brosz who in his first year at Flandreau led the
FLIERS to the State A Tournament.
MAJOR Interest of the Year
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Ronald Estergaard, Jim Weigel, Tom John-
son, David Hove, and Darrell Cloud.
Track Boys PANTOMIME
TOP: Dcne Gullickson and
Dalliss Englund. MIDDLE:
Wayne Taylor. BOTTOM:
Leroy Benson and Claude
Pat Keating, Mel Jones, Bob
Allen, Harold Kneebone, and
Tony Kucera. Pat Keating,
Mel Jones, Bob Allen, and
Tony Kucera represented
Flandreau at the State Track
Tom Peper, La Verle Peterson,Gerald Story, and Dean Biteler
Connie Schliinz, and Coach
Norman Hammer, student
manager, and Doug Johnson
The ROOT of Team Success, Lettermen
THIRD ROW: Principal Hass who is athletic director, Gerald Story, Dene Gullickson, Dick Heesch,
Dave McCracken, Fred Smith, Gene Gullickson, Ron Zylstra, John Westra, Doug Johnson, and Bob Otto.
SECOND ROW: Coach Eugene Johnson, Harold Kneebone, Jerry Thompson, LaVerle Peterson, Gordon
Duncan, Richard Riffel, Mel Jones, Ken Headrick, Richard Burns, and Coach Don Brosz. FIRST ROW:
Wayne Taylor, Leroy Benson, Robert Allen, Jim McGlone, Tom Price, Darrell Cloud, Mike Lovejoy,
Tom Johnson, and Pat Keating.
PERFECTS for Net and Turfmen
Larry Ehrichs points out the qualities of the
ball to Chuck Rewalt, John Vanderhoof,
Claude Jones, Richard Whitman, and Jerry
John Vanderhoof and Chuck Rewalt repre-
sented Flandreau in the State Golf Tourna-
ment at Mitchell.
Netmen - Kent Miller , Larry Ehrichs,
Cordon Duncan, and Charles Prochaska-
take a close look at the hand grip which
Roger Thoreson is demonstrating.
Roger T ho r e so n and Jerry Thompson
who is not pic t u r e d were Flandreau's
tennis players who went to t he State
From whom MELODY Flows Freely
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STANDING: Jerry Thompson, Arthur Janklow, Denis Newcomer, Fred Smith, Jean Handberg, Bomaie
Bommersbach, Karen McConnell, Marlys Eng, Barbara Wakeman, Larry Larsen, Denny Driscoll, Stevc
Wiese, Mr. Samp,Arlen Handberg, Carter Wiese, Tom Johnson, DeAnn Ellingson, Roger Thoreson, Charles
Rewalt, Walter Paulsen, Judy Prochaska, Barbara Russie, Dorothy Wade, Kathleen Henderson, Ronnie
Zylstra, and Douglas Johnson. THIRD ROW: Dottie Schult, Kathy Dawson, Kathy Collins, Sharon Am-
dahl, GeorgeAnn Faris, John Westra, Karla Miller, Lois Bisson, Richard Whitman, Bruce Driscoll, Eugene
Hovland, and Janelle Erickson. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Willard, Kay Keck, Muriel Duncan, Loye John-
son, Darlys Pasch, Linda Schmid, Barbara Nelson, Arlys Thoreson, Peggy Snyder, Mary Ellen Gageby,
Nancy Critser, Kay Vams, Larry Ehrichs, Jerry Johnson, Larry Larsen, Howard Gitchel, Claude Jones,
A "CYMBAL" of
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Mayilyn Willard BACK ROW: Denny Driscoll, Jerry Thompson, Steve
Wiese, Barbara Russie, Ellen Pottebaum, Muriel Dun-
can, Dottie Schult. SECOND ROW: Marlee Max-
well, Barbara Thom, Karen McConnell, Marlys Eng,
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Gordon Duncan, Kent Miller, and Dick Thompson. FIRST ROW: Patty Whalen, Ellen Pottebaum, Marlee
Maxwell, Jan Price, Judy Hurley, Beverly Bessler, Sharon Lee, Sharrol Jackson, Barbara Thom, Wilma
Gitchel, and Janice Amdahl.
An outstanding organization at Flandreau High School is the band under the direction of Elden Samp
This group helped generate pep and enthusiasm at all home football and basketball games, played three
concerts this year, and competed in marching contests which brought the Luveme and Huron College Pow
Wow marching trophies to the school.
Six senior-high girls took turns being rnajorettes for the band.
Lois Bi sson
Barbara Nelson, Arlys Thoreson, Parry Whalen. SIT- Dome Schuh
TING: Guest director, Ray Dvorak, Flandreau direc-
tor, Elden Samp.
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TRIANGLE of Activities.
In preparation for the march--Nancy Cook, fr ' U 4
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times in one day Denis Newcomer and
Nancy Cook unloaded the percussion
equipment for the band tour.
"All right! Line it up," says Mr. Sai-np as he i - l
spects the band.
The band leads the Indian School Seniors to their '
graduation ceremonies. Bruce Driscoll helps unload the sousaphone
while Ronald Larsen c a rri e d in the music
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Schult, Dick Thompson, Wilma Gitchel, and Jerry Thomp-
A PRELUDE to better Music
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Saxophone Ensemble: Larry L a rs e n, Judy
Prochaska, Barbara Russie, Karla Miller, and
Flute Trio: Barbara Thom, Sharrol Jackson,
and Wilma Citchel.
Percussion Ensemble: Fred Smith, Art
Janklow, Denny Newcomer, and Jerry
Brass Sextet: Janelle Erickson, Kay Vams,
Denny Driscoll, Walter Paulson, Kent Miller,
and Dick Thompson.
Frenchl-lorn Quartet: Kay Vams, Peggy Sny-
der, Mary Ellen Gageby, and Nancy Critser.
Cornet Trio: Jerry Johnson, Cordon
Duncan, and Larry Ehrichs.
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baum, Ja ne t Price, Marlee Maxwell,
and Patty Whalen.
Standard Clarinet Quartet: Muriel Duncan,
Dottie Schult, Barbara Nelson, and Marlys
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BACK ROW: Dennis Newcomer, Art Janklow, Richard Whitman, Jerry Thompson, Roger Thoreson, Gordon Dun-
can, Howard Gitchel, Claude Jones, John Westra, Fred Smith, Ronnie Zylstra, Douglas Johnson, Steve Wiese, Jim
Weigel, Carter Wiese, Ronald Larsen, Eugene Hovland, Lloyd Duncan, and Kent Miller. THIRD ROW: Kathleen
Collins, Barbara Thom, Josephine Morrison, Darlys Pasch, Muriel Duncan, Kay Keck, Dorothy Wade, Noreen
Johnson, Marlys Eng, Kay Varns, and Janelle Erickson. SECOND ROW: Nina Sue Peterson, Barbara Scofield,
Janice Gullickson, Beverly Bessler, Eunice Meyers, Doris Kucera, Loye Johnson, Janice Amdahl, Mary Ellen
Gageby, and Solveig Rewalt. FIRST ROW: Carole Grafing, Karen Rosheim, Linda Miller, Sharrol Jackson, Mary
Ann Fuller, Patty Whalen, Helen Crow, Barbara Nelson, and Lois Keehn.
A mid-winter concert of the chorus and band found this large group singing together. The two forces under
the direction of Solveig Rewalt and Elden Samp combined their strength to present one of the finest programs
Band and chorus photographed as band di-
rector Samp and chorus director Rewalt take
turns at the baton.
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BACK ROW: Karen Alberts, Betty Grafing, Judy Weigel, Karen Schliinz, Peg-
gy Snyder, Judy Sorenson, Donna Westra, Karla Miller, Judy Kroeger, Arlys
Thoreson, Donna Earley, and Jean I-Iandberg. SECOND ROW: Frances Small-
field, Evelyn Nissen, Leona Gehlsen, GeorgeAnn Faris, Judean Snuggerud,
Sharon Lee, Karen McConnell, Betty Kansanback, Rosemary Erickson, and
Sharon Tordoff. FIRST ROW: Sharon Erickson, Judy Schuyler, Florence Wax-
dahl, Sharon Amdahl, Donna Kittleson, Judy Wilch, Connie Forman, Nancy
Cook, and Nancy Critser.
Ten Go to All-State CHORUS
SECOND ROW: Muriel Duncan, Claude Jones, Howard Gitch-
el, Eugene Hovland, Lloyd Duncan, and Josephine Morrison.
FIRST ROW: Patty Whalen, Eunice Meyer, Mr. Weston Noble,
Barbara Thom, and Karen Rosheim,
CHORAL Students Sing with GLEE
BACK ROW: Nina Sue Peterson, Janice Gullickson, Doris Kucera, Muriel
Duncan, Dorothy Wade, Noreen Johnson, Loye Johnson, Beverly Bessler,
and S harrol Jackson. THIRD ROW: Marlys Eng, Mary Ellen Gageby,
Kaye Varns, Janelle Erickson, Janice Amdahl, Kay Keck, Darlys Pasch,
Josephine Morrison, and Eunice Meyer. SECOND ROW: Karen Rosheim,
Helen Crow, Linda Miller, Mary Ann Fuller, Barbara Nelson, DeArm El-
lingson, and Lois Keehn. FIRST ROW: Patty Whalen, Barbara Scofield,
Kathy Collins, Barbara Thorn, and Carole Grafing.
A girls' vocal ensemble--Karen Rosheim, Pat Whalen, Doris Ku-
cera, Muriel Duncan, Josephine Morrison, and Eunice Meyer--is at
work. Their efforts were rewarded as they won a superior in the dis-
trict music contest at Madison.
Soprano, Eunice Meyergmezzo-soprano, Muriel Duncan, alto, Rose-
mary Erickson, and tenor, Eugene Hovland, were rated superior in the
vocal solo division at the district contest.
Quality not quantity holds true in boys' cho-
rus. THIRD ROW: Claude Jones, Howard
Gitchel. SECOND ROW: Richard Whitman,
Jim Weigel. FIRST ROW: Lloyd Duncan,
Dennis Newcomer, Eugene Hovland.
Work ond Pleasure
The Future Farmers of America is an organization in which students leam about
crops and soils, farm shop, animal husbandry, farm management, farm mechanics, the
feeding of livestock, and the marketing of livestock and crops. Each boy has a summer
' project to which this full measure of information is applied.
The FFA has for its purpose to teach cooperation, leadership, and citizenship.
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1. Jan Price, FFA Sweetheart 2. Dalliss Englund and Lynn Sorenson 3. Bernie Bowen 4. Gerald Story 5. Connie
Sehliinz and Tom Price 6. La Verle Peterson 7. Dalliss Englund and Lon Kuehl 8. Norman Hammer and Le Roy
Benson 9. Jim Gullickson and Robert Erickson 10. Jim Suhr, Ronnie Larsen 11. Delbert Smallfield 12. The
symbols of the offices 13. Tom Peper and David Gullickson 14. Clair Bartel 15. George Peper, Jim McG1one,
and Gene Gullickson 16. Jim Peper 17. Kenneth Leuning.
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1. Larry Miller 2. Dean Biteler, Don Ehlers, Les Taylor, and Ron Green 3. Syl-
van Vigness, Darrell Pulseher, John Wilkens 4. Lonnie Thielson, Richard Nass,
Dene Gullickson 5. Roger Jewett with Lloyd Brook, an honorary farmer 6. Ar-
len Handberg 7. Wayne Taylor and Larry Larsen 8. Richard Riffel 9. Norman
Hammer, Leroy Benson, and Dale Bisson 10. Cecil Gullick, school janitor, Ron-
ald Greengand LaVerle Peterson 11. Roger Lamp 12. Ronald Suhr, David Hove,
and Alvin Gullickson 13. Lyle Lowe. AT RIGHT: Sylvan Vigness, instructor,
President Gene Gullickson, Vice President Jim MeGlone, Secretary Bob Otto,
Treasurer Kenneth Hendrick, Reporter Gerald Story, Sentinel Ronald Suhr, and
Parliamentarian George Peper.
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Debate Groups Prepare to ATTACK
STANDING: Kathy Collins, Muriel Duncan, Leroy Bensen. SITTING: Kent Miller, Tom Johnson, Mr.
Rollins, Roger Thorson, Richard Whitman.
Coach Paul Rollins' debate squad of affirmative speakers, Kent Miller and Tom Johnsongand negative
speakers, Roger Thorson and Richard Whitman, were co-champion speakers at the division contest held
in Madison. This qualified them for the state debate tournament which they lost to the state champs,
Colman. Kathy Collins won first in the girl's extemporaneous divisional held at Madison, while Tom
Johnson received a second in boy's extemporaneous in the division and third in the state.
The students worked in debates, extemporaneous speeches, discussion groups, and original oratory de-
livery at Sioux Falls, Watertown, Canton, Madison and Huron. Bonnie Bommersbach, Kathy Dawson, and
Dick Grafing worked with the above group, too.
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lickson, Ke n Headrick, George Peper, Pat Keating, Judy Prochaska, Muriel Duncan, and Kent Miller.
MIDDLE ROW: Janice Cullickson, Doris Kucera, Lois Keehn, Ellen Pottebaum, Carole Grafing, Dorothy
Wade, Marlene Meyer, Judy Madson, and Linda Miller. SITTING at the table is Jan Price, Vice Presi-
dent, Dorothy Dierks, President, and Wilma Gitchel, Secretary, of the organization.
This group of junior and senior sharpies, under the direction of Principal William Hass, became mem-
bers of t he National Honor Society only after showing outstanding characteristics in leadership, citizen-
ship, service, and scholarship.
The honor society played host to an all-school dance called a "Sola" I-lop. The funds t ake n in were
donated to the Polio fund.
HIGH FLIER Makes cl Weekly RUN
Lynn Sorenson, Dick Grafing, Noreen Johnson, Mrs. Rice, George Peper, Ralph Dougherty, Roger Hurley, Nina
Peterson, and Sharon Grafing.
Published weekly as the official paper of Flandreau High School, the HIGH FLIER brings news, editorials,
sports coverage, and feature stories to each member of the student body every Thursday noon.
The students run begins on Tuesday and comes to an end each Thursday as the final sheet is rolled off the
Co-editors ..... Ralph Dougherty, Richard Graphing Band ............. . . .Noreen Johnson
DEPARTMENT EDITORS Vocal .............. . . . Nina Peterson
Sports ................ . . . . .Richard Grafing Frosh sports--Calendar
Speech ............... . . .Ralph Dougherty Ag .............. . . . Lynn Sorenson
Homemaking--Commercial . . . . Sharon Grafing Adviser .......... . . . Lillie Rice
Library--Movies ....... . . . . . Roger Hurley
Bookfinclers SIGN-out Books
STANDING: Jean Van Houten, Jean Engelbrecht, Miss Litzke, Linda Schmid, Patty Willary, Marilyn Bothel,
Sharon Schramrn, June Kautz, Ester Erickson, Marlys Johnson, Jean Jewett, and Linda Miller. SITTING: Rose-
mary Erickson, Barbara Gageby, Marlene Ehret, Janice Glaser, and Mary Ann Fuller.
Their duties were to sign-out and check-in books, shelf books, clean the library, and help fellow students
The Bookfinder Club held a meeting every other Wednesday at which time the members were taught many
of the fine points of library work.
A new set of officers was elected each semester. Those chosen for the first semester were: Barbara Gageby,
president, Mary Ann Fuller, vice president, and Rosemary Erickson, secretary-treasurer. Second semester offi-
cers were: Mary Ann Fuller, president, Janice Glaser, vice president, and Marlene Ehret, secretary-treasurer.
A SWELL Group Represents the
Bo y s - S t a t e rs--John Westra and Kenneth
Headrick were chosen for le a d e r s h i p and
Gene Gullickson receives the De Kalb Agri-
culture Achievement A ward from Sylvan
Vigness. The award is given for leadership,
scholarship, and farming program.
Girls-Staters--Marlys Eng and Doris Kucera
were chosen for leadership and scholarship.
Sylvan Vigness, Ag instructor gives the FFA
Foundation Awards to Wayne Taylor for farm
mechanics, Kenneth Headrick for sp e e c h ,
Richard Riffel for soil and management,
G e or ge Peper for star dairy farmer, and to
Larry Larsen for star chapter farmer.
Marlene Meyer is shown where her name w
appear on the P.E.O. plaque by Solvieg Re-
walt. The award is given for social, civic,
and intellectual development during the four
years of high school.
rks student council president,
Dorothy D ie ,
was chosen Flandreau's DAR can 1
students and faculty.
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f the boy's Legion
Kent Miller receiver o
Award watches his father, Carl Miller, Amer-
' ive Dorothy Dierks the
icanism officer, g
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Fla ndre au Lodge No. 11 recognizes Gene
Gullickson as the boy who achieved most in
social, civic, and intellectual development
from his four years of study at FHS. Phil
Ekern holds the plaque on which Gene 's name
will be tacked.
Fuller, Mary Ann 2,16,18,42,43,4'7,52
NOTED Names in School
Alberts, Karen '7,25,26,42
Allen, Pete 5,8,9,31
Allen, Robert 7,16,18,31,36,3'7,54
Amdahl, Janice 2,16,18,39,42,43,52
Amdahl, Sharon 26,38,42
Amundson, Keith 9,10,29,53,55,5'7
Bartel, Clair 22,44,56
Benson, Leroy 22,31,32,36,3'7,44,45,46
Bosseler, Beverly 22,39,42,43,54
siren, Joe 6,21,22
Bisson, Dale 20,22,31,45
Bisson, Lois 3,9,10,39,53,55,58
Biteler, Dean 21,22,31,36,45
Blanchard, JoAnn 6,22,60
Bommersbach, Bonnie 22,38
Bothel, Marilyn 22,47,60
Bowen, Roberta 6,22
Bowne, Bernie 'L8,9,10,29,32,44,53,55
Bums, Richard 6,J0,28,29,31,32,3'7,
Erickson, Rosemary fFreshJ7,26,42,43
Hickson, Sharon 7,26,42
Estergaard, Nancy 7,26,52
Estergaard, Ronald 6,16,18,36,5'7
Faris, GeorgeA nn 26,38,42
Forman, Connie 7,25,26,42
Mary Ellen 22,38,41,42,43
Girchei. wuma 8,9,11,28,39,40,41,
Glaser, Janice 22,4'7,60
Grafing, Betty 25,26,42,60
Grafing, Carole 6,18,42,43,46,56
Grafing, Dick 17,18,30,32,4'7,52
Grafing, Sharon 16,1'7,18,47
Green, Edith 11,29,52,55,58,59,60
Green, Ronald 22,24,31,45
Gullickson, Alvin 20,22,32,45
Gullickson, David 25,26,32,44
Gullickson, Dene 16,18,31,32,36,37,
Gullickson, Gene 5,8,9,11,28,29,31,
Gullickson, James 26,44,54
Gullickson, Janice 2,6,16,1'7,18,42,
Hager, Lynnwood '1,8,9,11,16,28,32,
Hammer, Norman 20,22,31,36,44,45
Handberg, Arlen 11,28,38,39,45,55
Handberg, Jean 26,42,52,58
Hansen, Ralph 7,18,52
Headrick, Ken 1'7,18,31,33,35,37,45,
Heesch, Richard 17,18,31,33,35,37
Henderson, Kathy 8,9,11,24,29,39,53,
Johnson, Tom 20,23,31,33,35,36,3'I,
Jones, Claude 21,23,31,32,36,3'1,39,
Jones, Melvin 5,8,9,12,28,31,36,3'7,
Kansanback, Betty '7,26,42
Kautz, June 6,18,4'7,52
Keating, Pat 8,12,28,31,33,35,36,3'1,
Keck, Kay 'I,20,23,38,42,43,54
Keehn, Lois 6,8,9,12,28,29,42,43,46,
Kittleson, Donna 26,42,56,60
Kneebone, Harold 16,19,31,33,34,36,
Krogman, Diana 6,9,12,29,55,58,59
Kroeger, Judy 25,26,42,52,60
Kucera, Anthony 6,25,2'7,36
Kucera, Doris 2,16,19,42.43.4-6,48
Kuehl, Lonnie 20,23,31
Lamp, Roger 9,12,28,29,45,4-6,55
Larsen, Larry 12,29,38,41,45,48,53,
Larsen, Ronnie 19,39,40,42,44
Larson, Marjorie 7,9,12,28,29,55,58,
Lee, Sharon Kay 2'I,39,42
Lcunlng, Janice 7,8,9,12,29,55,58,60
Leuning, Kenneth 24,2'I,44
Lovejoy, Mike 16,19,31,32,37,52
Lowe, Kathleen 2,16,19
Lowe, Lyle 23,24,45,56
Madson, Judy 2,19,46,52
Maxwell, Marlee 2,8,13,28,29,30,38,
McConnell, Karen 24,27,38,42
McCracken, David 19,33,34,37,46
McGlone, Jim 8,9,13,28,29,31,32,33,
McMahon, JoAnn 7,8,9,13,28,53,55,
Meyer, Marlene 9,13,29,46,49,53,55,
Meyer, Eunice 13,28,29,42,43,53,55,
Nelson, Barbara 1'7,19,38,39,41,42,43
Burns, Robert 24,25,26
Chetney, Phyllis 6,22
Christensen, Sandra 7,22
Clark, Bruce 21,22,32,5"l
Cloud, Darrell 10,29,31,32,36,37,55,
Collins, Kathleen 20,22,38,42,43,46,
Cook, Nancy Jo 'l,26,40,42
Critser, Nancy 3,26,39,41,42
Crow, Helen 6,16,18,42,43,52,60
Dawson, Kathleen 20,22,38,42
Dierks, Dorothy 4,5,8,9,10,28,46,49,
Dougherty, Ralph '7.16,18,4'7,52
Dougherty, Roger 6,26,57
lkiscoll, Bruce 26,39,40,5'7
Driscoll, Denny 16,18,38,41
Duncan, Gordon 18,31,3'1,39,40,41.42
Duncan, Lloyd 22,31,42,43,57
Duncan, Muriel 2,3,16,18,38,39,41,
Earley, Donna '1,26,42
Earley, Ronald . 7,18,31,32,52
Eastmen, wayne 21,22,31,32
Brlers, Donald 22,45
Ehlers, Roger 'J,16,18,32
Ehret, Marlene 2,16,1'1,18,4'7
Ehrichs, Larry 26,3'I,39,40,41
Ellingson, DeAnn 1'l,18,39,43,54
Emerson, Robert 22,31,32
Engelbrecht, Jean 6,20,22,47,56
Eng, Marlys 6,16,1'7,18,38,39,41,42,
Englund, Dalliss 22,31,36,44
Bickson, Esther 7,10,29,4'1,53,55,58,
Erickson, Janelle 2,3,16,18,38,39,41,
Erickson, Lloyd 'I,13,16,18,32,5'7
Erickson, Robert 24,25,26,32,44,5'7
Erickson, Rosemary 22,4'1,60
Hill, Lawrence 20,22,5'7
Hiller, Jerry 6,25,26,32
Hogle, Lon 6,22,56
Hove, David 22,31,36,45
Hovland, Eugene 22,31,32,39,42,43
Hurley, Judy 6,16,18,38,42,60
Hurley, Roger '7,16,18,4'7
Jackson, Sharrol 23,30,39,41,42,43
Jacobson, Don 7,11,28,53,55,5'l
Janklow, Art 23,38,41,42
Jewett, Betty 18
Jewett, Janet 6,8,9,1l,29,53,55,58,59
Jewett, Jean 6,18,4'7,52,60
Jewett, Roger 23,4-5,57
Johnson, Doug 18,31,33,34,36,3'1,39,
Johnson, Jerry 24,25,26,39,41,5'7
Johnson, loye 2,23,38,42,43
Johnson, Marlys 21,23,4'1,60
Johnson, Marvin 20,23,5'7
Johnson, Noreen 2,20,21,23,42,43,4'1
Miller, Kent 9,13,28,29,3'7,39,41,42,
Miller Larry 19,32,4-5,54
Miller Linda 6,16,19,42,43,46,4'1
Morrison, Josephine 19,42,43,56
Nass, Richard 24,25,2'J,45
Neal, Jerome 6,9,13,29,32,55,5'1,58,
Neal, Joycelyn 6,23
Newcomer, Denis 23,38,40,41,42,43
Nissen, Evelyn 27,42,60
Otto, Robert 9,13,31,3'7,45,53,55
Pasch, Darlys '7,19,38,42,48
Paulson, Walter 19,39,41,46,5'J
Peper, George 2,9,l4,28,29,44,45,4-6,
Peper, James 24,2'7,44
Peper, Thomas 24,25,2'l,32,36
Peterson, LaVer1e 23,32,36,4'7,45
Peterson, Nina 1'7,19,42,43,47,52
Phelan, John '7,l6,17,19,32
Phelan, Mike 27
Potteba um, Ellen 9,14,29,38,39,41,
Price, Jan 5,8,9,14,28,29,38,41,42,
Price, Tommy 19,3l.32,3'l,44,52
Prochaska, Charles 24,25,29,32,3'7
Prochaska, Judy 2,14,28,39,41,46,53,
Pulscher, Darrell 21,23,45
Rederth, Mary Kay 7,23
Rewalt, Charles 25,2'7,32,3'7,39,40
Riffel, Richard l9,31,3'7,45,48
Robertson, Nancy 19
Rosheim, Karen 9,14,29,42,43,55
Russie, Barbara 8,9,14,28,29,30,38,
Schliinz, Connie 19,36 ,44,54,5'7
Schliinz, Karen 2'7,42,52,60
Schroeder, Peggy 6,23
Schmid, Linda 23,38,42,4'7
Schramm, Sharon 23,47
Schult, Dottie 6,20,21,23,38,39,40,
Schuyler, Judith 27,42,52,60
Scofield, Barbara '7,23,42,43
Scofield, Sharon 23
Smallfield, Delbert 19,44,52
Smallfield, Frances 27,42,60
Smith, Fred 8,19,33,34,3'7,38,41,42,
Snuggerud, JoAnn 2,19,42,52
Snuggerud, Judean 24,25,2'I
Snyder, Peggy 2'l,38,41,42
Sorenson, Judy 2'I,42,52
Sorenson, Lynn 21,23,44,4'l
Stimson, Howard 8,9,14,28,29,32,52,
Stimson, Kenneth 15,16,28,29,55,57,
Story, Gerald 9,15,28,36,3'7,44,45,55,
Suhr, James 19,32,44,46
Suhr, Ronald 6,7,23,32,45
Taylor, Les 20,23,31,45
Taylor, Wayne 15,29,31,33,35,36,3'7,
Thielson, Marlon 6,16,19,45
Thom, Barbara 2,'7,9,l5,29,38,39,41,
Thompson, Dick 'l,8,15,28,29,32,39,
Thompson, Jerry 23,33,34,3'7,38,40,
Thoreson, Arlys 2'7,38,39,42
Thoreson, Roger 19,20,32,3'I,39,40,
Tordoff, Sharon 2'7,42,52
Van Buren, Ronald 24,2'7,57
vanderhoof, John 24,25,2'7,3'7,5'I
Van Houton, Jeanne 23,4'l,60
Van Wyhe, Doug 8,l5,28,29,32,52,
Vams, Kaye 2,28,28,39,41,42,43
Wade. Dorothy 2,16,1'1,19,39,42,4a,
Waxdahl, Florence 2'7,42,52,60
Weigel, Jim 19,24,36,42,43
Weigel. Iudy 24,25,27,42,60
Wesua, Donna 2'l,42,52,60
Whitman, Richard 21,23,3'7,39,41
Wilch, Judy 25,2'l,42,56
Wilkins, John 20,23,45
Willard, Marilyn 2,3,9,15,29,38, 53,
Willard, Patty 23,4'7,56,60
Zylstra, Ronald 19,3l,33,35,3'7,39,
Brosz, Donald '1,33,35,3'7
cook, Ralph 6,32
Engstrom , Irene 'I
Hass, William 4,6,16,3'7,46
Hause, Gloria 7,59
Johnson, Eugene 6,9,31,32,36,3'7
Johnson, Vandel 4,16,54,56
Larson, Virginia '7,l6,1'7
Lietzke, Betty 6.16.47
Prochaska, Charles 6,8
Rewalt, Solveig 7,42,49
Rice, Lillie 6,47
Rollins, Paul 2,'l,20,28,46
Samp, Elden 8,6,38,39,40,42
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S c hool Board and the Moody County Reorganization Board lunch to-
Smith. Big feet. Eh?
At left IS a small portion of the trophy case.
At right is the tallest one in school, Fred
Classes CLOSE with cu picnic
An unexpected guest at the freshmen picnic
was "ML North Wind."
The juniors eat out.
The seniors have fun roughing-it.
Dress-up, Slop, and Skip Day INTERVALS
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Slop Day: Richard Burns' back, Dick Thompson,
Keith Amundson, George Peper, and Don Jacob-
Pat Keating, Dick Thompson,
Bob Otto, Bernie Bowen, Bob
Otto, Mel Jones, and Richard
Burns in dress-up togs.
Janet Jewett and Eunice
Meyer pose in their finery.
Snapped as they leave
school on dress-up day are
Esther Erickson, Marlene
Meyer, Barbara Cageby,
Larry Larsen, JoAnn Mc-
Mahon, Wilma Gitchel,
and Dorothy Dierks.
The seniors had an organized skip day
which took them to Gavins Point Dam
and throughthe mental hospital in Yank-
ton. Kathy Henderson and JoAnn Mc-
Mahon are photographed as they look
over the dam site.
,A , N Jim McGlone looking very much like a
. .,-' ' V t pretty girl seems to be entertaining the
' group. That's Lynnwood Hager and Doug
Van Wyhe in the background.
son. Barbara Thom is the gal who looks so for-
0' ? "
Judy Prochaska, Marilyn
Willard, Barbara Thom,
and Kathy Henderson.
Bisson, Marlene Meyer, and Jan
Juniors TURN to Oriental THEME
DeAnn Ellingson places pencils on
the banquet programs while Marlys
Eng places wax in the candle hold-
em. This work was necessary before
the theme, "Oriental G a r d e ns , "
could be completed for the banquet.
Kay Keck, Dottie Schult, Kathy Collins, and
Beverly Besscleradded to the oriental beauty
ofthe banquet. Superintendent Vandel John-
A STEP Closer to Success
Judy Prochaska, salutatoriang Wilma Gitchel, valedicto-
THIRD ROW: Howard Stimson, Doug Van Wyhe, Kenneth Stimson, Gerald Story, Pat Keating,
Gene Gullickson, Kent Miller, Dick Thompson, Lynn Hager, Mel Jones,'Jirn McGlone, Bob Otto,
Keith Amundson, Larry Larsen, Wayne Taylor, George Peper, Arlen Handberg, Richard Bums,
Bernie Bowen, Jerome Neal, Esther Erickson. SECOND ROW: Don Jacobson, Darrell Cloud, Edith
Green, JoAnn McMahon, Marlene Meyer, Eunice Meyer, Jan Price, Ellen Pottebaurn, Janice
Leuning , Diana Krogrnan, Dorothy Dierks, Barbara Russie, Judy Prochaska, Barbara Gageby.
FIRST ROW: Roger Lamp, Pat Whalen, Lois Bisson, Janet Jewett, Wilma Gitchel, Barbara Thom,
Kathy Henderson, Marilyn Willard, Karen Rosheim, Marlee Maxwell, Marjorie Larson, Lois
Business Men Sponsor Yeor's RECORDINGS
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Westside Grocery, Sunshine State Hatchery, Cities Service, Flandreau Body Shop, Ellefson Implement,
Lyle's Standard Service, Flandreau Community Oil Co., Spear's Service, Cherney Motor Service, Dr. Samp-
son, Joe 's Produce, Duncan Elevator and Transfer, Flandreau Booster, Paulsen Glass, Greg's Studio, Faris
Meat Market,Chamley's Bar, Lloyd Nace, Pete's Playhouse, Coast to Coast Store,Vogue Cleaners, Beatty's
Jewelry Store, Coffee Cup, navier's Jewelry Store,Philip A. Ekern, Flandreau Cleaners, Bill1m's Grocery,
Ti11ie's Eat Shop, Ramsdell Implement, Bob's Service Station, Jimmie's Food Store, Flandreau Co-op
Creamery and Produce, Rolfe 's Sundries, Hank's Hardware, J ulson's Bar, Farmer's State Bank, Bill John-
son's Socony Mobil Products, Dr. W.J.Kal.laus, I.E. Locke Agency, Terrace Park Dairy, Carl Miller, Ahler's
Body Shop, Windy's Drive Inn, Anthony Kuhle Agency, Crystal Theater, The Bowling Alley, Hilligoss Shoe
Repair, Overdahl Chapel, Economee Service, Flandreau Grain Co., McCracken Service, Chas. E. Schultz,
Skroch Funeral Chapel, lk. LA. Vanderhoff, F.E. Boyd, Norman Johnson Truckline, Enterprise Publishing
Co., Flandreau Cafe, Gambles, Lou Cooper, Temte's, Ekern Home Equipment Co., Ben Franklin Store,
Rolland G. Jones, Dr. R.L. Spreecher, Bidne 's Shoe Store, Deutsch's Clothing Store, Pantry Cafe,Barker
Liquor Store,Heiertz Rexall Drugs, Harlan Motors Co., Farmers Mutual Fire and Lightning Insurance Assoc..
Maggie's Cafe, Corner Cafe, Jerry Bromley, Grinden's Variety Store, Nelson 's Furniture, Don's Market,
Morris P. Hasvold Insurance, Flandreau Motor Co., Zarecky's Barber Shop, Fuller Radios and TV, Keck's
Market, ll., Hurewitz 85 Otey, Hayes-Lucas Lumber Co., Peavey Elevator, Rudy's Welding Shop, Sugar
Bowl, Firestone, Brandma's Clothing, Flandreau Electric, Independent Lumber Co., Thorson Motor Co.
Flandreau Bakery, Kinney Land Office, Erickson Produce Co., Dr. Fisk.
School-clay BREAKS with the Boys
Only three came from this car. They are Walter Paulsen,
Lloyd Erickson, and Ronald Estergaard. The usual load is
seven or more.
Connie Schliinz, Roger
Dougherty, Lawrence Hill,
and Marvin Johnson move
The morning bell rings rather
early but Keith Amundson,
Lynnwood Hager, with the
Stimson boys, Howard and
Kenneth, find that there is
plenty of time before the
Bob Erickson, Lloyd Dimcan, Howard Stimson,
Howard Gitchel, and Roger fBuckwheatj Jew-
ett, wait at the water fountain. It 's the most
popular place in the building.
up the steps toward the
lower study hall. It was
the lunch room for them.
Bruce Driscoll steals the show
as the photographer aims for a
picture of Jerry Johnson and
Tony Kucera who are groom-
ing their cherished locks too.
At t he end of a perfect day John Vander-
hoof, Carter Wiese, and Ronnie Van Buren
get ready to make a mad exit with the crowd.
Seniors present their FINALE
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-' "Hey, kids. it's wonderful! All you have to do is say pull," says
F! g . Annie Oakley QPat Whalen, as she opposes "The swollen-headed stiff,"
J .fix I Frank Butler, fDick Thompsonj in a shooting match. Jerome Neal,
IW., . Lynnwood Hager, Ellen Pottebaum, Wilma Gitehel, Ken Stimson, and
I 'J Jim McGlone watch on from the right side. Hotel guests and show
1 f 3 people - Judy Prochaska, JoAnn McMahon, Marlene Meyers, Eunice
Meyer, Diana Krogman, Lois Bisson, Marjorie Larson, and Janet Jewett-
observe the match from the left.
A At left: "Look it over keerful, Mister," says Annie as Lynnwood
23 'Q' Hager prepares to buyaquail which she and her bird dog brother, Jake,
lJim McGlone, caught. The plucker and the packer, Wilma Gitehel
and Lois Keehn stand by.
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Kcnt Miller as Charlie Davenport threatens "If there 's anybody left in St. Paul, you
get fired!" He sends the show troupe -Douglas Van Wyhe, Jan Price, JoAnn McMahon,
Eunice Meyer, Esther Erickson, Janice Leuning, IAC Bisson, Janet Jewett and Kenny
Stimson - off to bring the crowd back from Pawnee Bill 's Show. At right is Chinaman,
Arlen Handbcrg. He was payment for a hotel bill.
". . .so hurry--hurry!"
, That is barker, Mel Jones,
selling tickets for the great
Wild West Show. He did the
art work too. Eunice Meyer
starts to enter the tent.
Marlee Maxwell and escort,
Darrell Cloud, are just get-
ting their tickets. Believing
that two makes it cozier,
Roger Lamp escorts Barbara
Russie and Dorothy Dierks.
George Peper and Judy
Prochaska follow next, and
at their heels are Larry Lar-
son and Edith Green. Fin-
ishing the line is Lois Bis-
son, Janet Jewett, and Jo-
"Annie Get Your Gun"
The production, under the direction of Gloria Hause, I
gave each member of the senior cl ass a chance to per-
form before the flood lights. G
At right footman, Rich Burns, announces Dick Thomp- ""
son and Barbara Thom at the garden party.
BELOW: Sitting Bull and Annie Oakley, Pat Keating
and Pat Whalen, admit to the lawn party guests that they , L
had "nuthin' for breakfast but a sea gull sandwich".
i - t
,st . .
Sitting Bull seriously considers the situation - "Now, how I used to do this?
sto scalp in thirty years," as Ellen Pottebaum is held for the scalping by Kent
In the large picture Flandreau's Annie Oakley, Pat Whalen, almost collapses
as Pat Keating places the teeth of many bears around her neck.
Kent Miller, Gene Gullipkson as Buffalo Bill, Ken Stimson and Jerome Neal
as Indians, appear to be interested.
"Oh, Frank, I love ye fer that! That 's the nicest thing ye ever done! ! But if'n ye hadn't done it,
l'd a shot ye right in the belly button," were the words Pat Whalen spoke as she moved from Dick
Marjorie Larson, Ellen Pottebaum, Gene Gullickson, Howard Stimson, Pat Keating, Larry Larson,
Kent Miller, Marlene Meyer, George Peper, Lois Keehn, Dorothy Dierks, Wilma Gitchel, Jim Mc-
Glone, Edith Green, Judy Prochaska, Douglas Van Wyhe, and Jan Price enjoy the final scene.
"Com e on, gal, let's hurry this
up a bit." Pat Willard helps Karen
S c hl i i n z remove her coat. Betty
Grafing seems to lead this race.
What! lsn't there a traffic Jam?
This is one of the few times that Judy
Weigel, Frances Smallfield, and Flor-
ence Waxdahl were able to remove their
books from their booklockers without an
JoAnn Bla n c h a rd , Evelyn Nissen,
Marilyn Bothel, and Judy Kroeger prove
that the library is a place to study.
Sack lunches are still an enjoyable
part of the school-day. Esther Erickson,
Janice Glaser, Rosemary Erickson, and
Marlys Johnson relax together and en-
Typical PART of the
At right Leona Gehe lson
and Evelyn Nissen try to
board the bus for home
but Judy Schyler stands
between coaxing for afew
more minutes of time and
Friends depart at the
end of each school-day
just as they separate at
the end of a successful
school-year, The seniors
will go into their chosen
fields, while the under-
classmen plan to return in
the fall to prepare for a
May this FLYER help
each individual retain a
vivid picture of the 1956-
57 school year, An index
of student and faculty
names may be found on
pages 50 and 51.
The crowd isn't here, yet. Clus-
tered around the band room steps are
M a r go r i e Larson, Barbara Cageby,
Janice Leuning, and JoAnn McMahon.
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The most crowded area of the building
andone which all girls use during the day is
the mirror. Pat Willard,Donna Westra, Don-
na Kittleson, and Jean Van I-Iouten take time
out to beautify themselves.
No, they are not in any hurry to
leave because they know that the best
years of their life are those spent in
school. Helen Crow, Jean Jewett,
Sharon Grafing, and Judy Hurley do re-
port that there is a little home work to
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