Flandreau High School - Flyer Yearbook (Flandreau, SD)
- Class of 1959
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Text from Pages 1 - 76 of the 1959 volume:
The Flyer is a record ofthe past which will help us
understand the present and prepare for the future.
' by the yearbook staff of fi
Flandreau Public High School
Flandreau, South Dakota
The city which celebrates its
ninetieth anniversary this year of 1959 I
is proud of its
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Homecoming ............ 6
Basics of school ......... 7-20
Work and play . . . .21'34
Dreams of futLu'e . . . . 35-45
Dreams come true . H . . 47-59
Dedication . . . . . 69
Sponsors . . . . . 70
Index . . . .71-72
We present to you the people and events that tell the story of our school. You may not agree
on what is the most important and what should be skipped or skimmed over so we have tried
to pick and choose the most essential facts- those that will give meaning to this school year.
We hope you will enjoy the FLYER, a yearly report of what has happened to us and those who
shall follow in our footsteps.
DALE BISSON DAVID Hove LYNN SORENSON
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The youngsters of P. H. S. , freshies , won first place in the most original
division for floats with "Pluck the Tanagers . "
The juniors economized-a twenty-three cent float-"Cage the Tanagers. "
The parade i made beautiful
through brain and labor.
The librarians entered with "Books the Gateway to Learning."
"We Pick Winners" was the F. F. A.'s on home-
'FHS the Heart of Education' was favored by the judges as
the most beautiful float. This giant red heart with pulsatory
sides moved down the street beating its way into the heart
of each on-looker. The senior class dreamed this one up.
An iron which gave forth bursts of steam represented the sophomore
class in the parade.
The regal couple-Jerry Thompson and
"It's Time for a Flyer Victory was
the theme of the Yearbook float
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"Tom" Collins has been out shootin' tanagers so teacher, Joe Bironr
isn't going to scold. That's the best skip excuse anyone could use at
F. H. S.
Rosemany Erickson and lean VanHouton
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Sandra Christensen works to pass her arithmetic
Little Pat Willard gets in
line for a drink of water.
Now let's see, is she five
feet tall in heels?
It takes three seniors- Kathy Collins, Claude
Jones, and Lynn Sorensen- to TRY to win from
Rita Donelan and Linda Schmid are
pretty but tired and uncomfortable on
senior dress-up day.
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Johnson puts grease paint on Ron
in speech class. Judy Weigel
to put Oh SOI'l1e H1016 lDUSf.BCh8.
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Prim and pretty are the five ga-ls-Bonnie Bommersbach, Dottie Schult, Iudean
Snuggerud, Mary Ellen Gageby and Kathy Collins-who are responsible for directing
a lot of school spirit to worth-while channels. e
In telling our tow
we tan with the basics.
Richard Whitman struggles for victory.
Dale Bisson proves 'chat seniors -cg study
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Students desire securit and authorit
which come from a strong school program.
Chairman EARL LARSON Vice-chairman EVERTT KECK ANDOR NEISEN
IUSTIN IONES MYRTLE EHRICI-IS
Algelra is fun for Iarry Barron, IaVonne Otto, ani Tom Iewett as Principal William
Hass teaches it
Mr. Charles Prochaska helps the geometry students-Alice Penske, Lloyd Duncan, Roger
Bommersbach-understand geometric figures .
Now in the know about frogs are Guy Erickson,
Ron Hammer, Janice Dahl, and Paul Phelan who
are members of Mr. Ralph Cook's biology class.
merican Hi tow
American history students-Mike Phelan, Roger Johnson, and Evelyn Nissen- are
told about territorial acquisition by teacher-Mrs. Solvelg Rewalt.
Mr. Don lkosz explains the department of defense to Loye Johnson, Ron Smith, and lim Johnson
in government class.
Mr. Merril Olson, economics teacher
shows Darrell Pulscher, Iohn Wilkins ,
and Patty Willard where money goes and
"This space could be sold to a sponsor of our calendar," were the words of Mr.
Sylvan Vlgness as he told Iim Peper, Loren Blankenhorn, and Ioren Leslie about the
year's plans in vocational agriculture.
Mr. I-Ilden Samp instructs Ierry Hiller, Rita Donelon, Ida Redwing, and Jim Peper in bookkeeping.
What makes baked goods good? Kathy
Gulllckson, Janice Dahl, Sharen Nass,
and Danna Price observe as Mrs. Irene
Engstrom evaluates cakes and breads
ln home economics class.
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h Shakespeare's Julius Caesar is explained by Mrs. Li..11e Rice to
Roger Johnson, Bill Halter, and Judy Klingbile who are English II
English III students- Chuck Rewalt, Iohn Vanderhoof, and Iudy Weigle- find
that poetry can be interesting as Miss Audrae Visser points out the meter of
Mrs. Margaret Ratllff asks
Sharon Kemp, "Who was buried
in Grant' s tomb? "Larry Headrick
and Gary Scofield walt for a
chance to answer in Englishl
"It is you, Iohn Vanderhoof , you who are to blame, "
shouts Sheila McG1one as Mss Gloria Hause forces
a gesture on the statement. Dan Daily and Mary
Vanderhoof seem to enjoy the discomfort of speech
Superintendent George Webbenhurst exposes the truths about
flat tires to Audrey Nisson, Dorothy Johnson, and Estella Crow-
driver education course .
Mr. Duane Podoll helps Larry Ehrichs get untangled from the typewriter ribbon.
This is something that does not happen to girls think Nancy Estergaard and George
Ann Faris-typing students .
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That water just won't boil, will it, Mary Weigel?
Sally Scofield, Patty Dawson, and Mark Ekern wait
hopefully for Mr. Roger Kern's laboratcxy experiment
in general science to work.
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Hammerp treasurer, Pat Dawson: and student representative successfully lead the freshmen
through "Hillbilly Hit Parade" for Little Orpheum.
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Miller, and Loye Johnson act in "The Rector. "
Peg Snyder, Iudean Snuggerud, Mary Jean Weigel, Iudy Roark, and Judy
Weigel in the one act play, "The Burglars."
IUDY KROEGER RICHARD WHITMAN KATHY COLLIN
Three students who got to the State Forensic meet because ot their ability to speak were Iudy Kroeger
who did girls' extemporaneous work, Richard Whitman, and Kathy Collins . Richard walked off with
the state's second place honours in boys' extemporaneous speaking: while Kathy netted a second
place in the state's original oratory contest. Kathy rated among the top six of the state in the Amer-
ican Legion State Oratory contest.
Richard Whitman, Arlys Thoreson, and John Vanderhoof acted their way to the state one-act
GLORIA HAUSE play contest with the farce, "Marriage Proposal."
Mark McDowal1 and Kathy Collins receive congratulations for their success in the district declam contest. Other declam students are Florence
Waxdahl, Judy Kroeger, Karen Alberts, Iudy Weigel, Donna Early, Pat Dawson, Bonnie Bommersbach, Anna Janssen, Ianet Hasvold, Noreen
Johnson, Ioye Johnson, Dottie Schult, and Kathy Keating. Local winners- Mary Lynne Reid and Barbara Scofield-are seated with Kathy and Mark.
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Victory i due to determination
and per everance.
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KENNY ZYLSTRA Sophomore
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Under the direction of coach, Roger Kerns , these members
of the varsity football team come back to F. H. S. one week
early in the fall for practice. The boys know the bone-
crushing jolt of a jarring tackle, the countless exercises ,
long practice in heavy equipment, and the heat or chill of
the autumn evenings. They know the dlscouragement of
defeat as well as the taste of victory. They love the game
and when the season is over, they are both relieved and
sorry. Co-captains for the year are Richard Whitman and
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Ekern, Gordon Waxdahl, Tommy Iewett. SECOND ROW: Gordon Petersen, David .
Duncan, Tommy Ellefson, Richard Fuhs, Dick Smith. THIRD ROW: Bobby Price, ..
Curtis Wei el, Roger Holvig, Iames Hurley, Gary Hammer, David Snyder. T
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Work is disguised a pla .
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Meyers worry as Ioyce Kroeger fills her
Even the cook gets tired.
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ard Sheila McGlone as they trim G'andpa
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Sophomore class president, Charles Chamberlain, mimics Liberace for a Little Orpheum
skit, while vice-president, Russel Eng, acts as Master of Ceremonies for the "I've Got a
Secret" skit. Rita Headrick is secretary, David Peper, treasurer, and Paul Phelan is
the student council member for this class.
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SEATED: Claude Iones, Ierry Thompson, Ioe Biron, Ray Pasch, Ierry Hiller, Lyle Lowe, Lloyd Duncan, Tony Kucera. FIRST ROW: Ken Zylstra,
Russell Eng, Leroy Benson, Charles Prochaska, Mike Phelan, Bobby Erickson, Craig Iohnson. SECOND ROW: Don Brosz, Loren Leslie, Tom
Peper, Dalliss Englund, Dale Bisson, Ilm Johnson, Norman Hammer, Roger Kerns. THIRD ROW: Iohn Vanderhoof, Richard Whitman, Ronnie
Van Buren, Bob Burns, David Peper, Larry Morrison.
Lettering ln any major sport-football, basketball, or track- is the qualification necessary for membership in this club. Chosen to head the
sportsters were Leroy Benson, president: Lynn Sorenson, vice-president, and Richard Whitman, treasurer.
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FIRST ROW: Bob Price, David Snyder, Larry Headrick, Kenneth Gulick, Gordon, Mark Ekern, Dick Smith, Tommy Iewett,
Gordon Waxdahl, Curtis Weigel. SECOND ROW: Gary Hammer, Bobby Erickson, Richard Fuller, Guy Erickson, Tommy Kucera,
Craig Johnson Rollyn Samp, David Duncan
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Boys find leadership in team captain and coach
Beating the Brookings Bobcats in the first game of the tournament
was the most rewarding part of the season's program. This
allowed the Pliers to play in the final game of the regional
The year's players pictured clockwise are Ioe Biron, Tom Peper,
Ray Pasch, Craig Erickson, Leroy'Benen, Russell Eng, Bobby
Erickson, Dick Fuller, David Duncan, Ierry Hiller, and Carter
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28 Watertown 83 Vermillion
36 Parkston 38 Brookings
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38 Iasper 66 Miller
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The students who are responsible for the weekly edition of the H1gh.Fl1er- Lynn Sorensen, Noreen Johnson, Guy Erickson,
Ronald Suhr, Ieanne Luttmann, Ioyce Kroeger, and Leona Gehlesen-are supervised by Mrs. Lillie Rice.
Three seniors become members of the
Quill and Scrol.l. Mrs. Rice pins Noreen
Iohnson as the co-editcrs, Lynn Sorensen
and Ronald Suhr, walt for their pin.
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Newspaper and earbook taff practice freedom of press
Co-assistant editor George Ann Faris teaches the students to mat: while Donna Price, art editor, works with the
pen, and assistant editor Judy Sorensen types copy.
Yearbook workers-Delores Meyer, Darlene Peper, Ioarme Discoll, Sandra Ieanne Luttmann, Rita Headrick JoAnn
Hammer, Sheila McGlone, Marilyn Bethel, Ioyce Kroeger, Ioan Paulsen, Mary Dean Thom, Andrea Nelsen Kathy
Gulllckson, Peggy Weigel, Jean Engelbrecht, and Loye Iohnson.
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SEATED: Marlyn Bothel, Sally Scofield, Marlys Johnson, Ianice Glaser, and Iean Englebrecht. STANDING: lean VanHouton,
Pat Willard, Sharon Tordoff, Loye Iohnson, Linda Schmid, and Rita Donelan. These girls spend their working hours in the library
by mending books, cleaning shelves, and keeping records straight.
librar'an pre e t d t' d' t ' I
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Chosen on the basis of character, leadership, citizenship, and scholarship, these senior boys-Lynn Sorensen, Ron Suhr, Ieny
Thompson, Richard Whitman, Clair Barthel, Leroy Benson, Claude Jones, and David Hove represent the school as Kiwanis boys
of tlhe month.
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Sorensen, and Tom Peper to represent 5 . G
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Under the direction of Elden Samp, the band students find that they are the center of many activities. Football and basketball
observers are entertained at the half. Concert goers hear them perform twice a year, townsmen listen to a weekly outdo
concert in the summer, neighboring cities watch the group on parade, and then the many small ensembles and solo players
furnish many hours of pleasure to the people of Flandreau. Those students who once again won top honors: at Huron College'
marching contest are BACK ROW: Ierry Thompson, Dennis Newcomer, Nancy Cook, Robert Fuller, Charles Chamberlain.
SECOND ROW: Iudean Snuggerud, Loye Iohnson, Linda Schmid, GeorgeAnn Faris, Mary Vanderhoof, Becky Stlmson, Deanna
Newcommer, Cathryn Teer, Darlene Loughlin, Karen McConnell, Sheila McGlone, Arlys Thoreson, Linda Ockenga, Pa
Varns, Mary Neal, Warren Iones, Richard Whitman, Russell Eng, Glenda Lee, Judy Sorensen, Paul Vanderhoof, Roger Holvig
Early American con idered mu ic
Dottie and Jerry are AII- tate bests
Fourth year All-State band member, Dottie Schult, is first chair solo clarinet player oi the state. She
and Ierry Thompson, third year first drumma, have feature rolls ln the All-State concert. Kay Keck receives
a two year medal: while Kaye Varns takes the one year medal. These students ln the picture are Kay Keck,
Dottie Schult, Jerry Thompson, and Kaye Varns.
eon Anderson, Mark McDowell, Dennis Warrick, Greg Headrick, Marlene Hammer, David Duncan, Craig
ohnson, Eugene Hovland, Rollyn Samp. THIRD ROW: Sharon Amdahl, Jean Handberg, Mary Dean Thom, Cormie
orman, Carolyn Meeker, Donna Westra, Betty Kansanback, Dorothy Iohnson, Pat Dawson, A.nita Amdahl,
lorence Waxdahl, Peggy Snyder, Joanne Driscoll, Andrea Nelsen, Nancy Critser, Kaye Varns, Bob Miles,
erty Iohnson, Claude Jones, IoAn.n Hammer, Janet Hasvold, Carol Scofield, Rosemary Erickson. FOURTH ROW:
ttle Schult, ,Kay Keck, Kathy Collins, Bonnie Bommersbach, Linda Snuggerud, Cheryl Iulson, Mary Dee
taack, Norma Hovland, Nancy Estergaard, Iean Temte, Beverly Bessler, Sharon Lee, Karla Miller, Richard
part of public chool training too.
In trumentalists receive superior .
five insnfumental soloists bring home superior awards from the Regional Music Contest. Eugene Hovland,
trombonep Karen McConnell, bass clarinet: Rollyn Samp, bassoony Ierry Thompson with an original snare
drum solo: and Dottie Schult, clarinet.
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Seven leaders are
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Senior twirler, Dottie Schult, and six
underclass gals take turns working as
head majorettes for the marching band.
These gals not only plan new routines,
but also play an instruunent in the foot-
lifting group when they are not in the
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Seven notable persons make All-State Chorus: Rosemary Erickson, Florence
Waxdahl, Rosemary Erickson, Claude Jones, Kaye Varns, Sharon Lee, and Betty
Mu ic it elf i the pure t expression of emotion.
Flfty-three female voices ring forth for the concert. FIRST ROW: Sharon Cloud, Cathryn Teer, Ardith Kautz, Janice Sundermeyer, Sheila
McGlone, Florence Waxdahl, Evelyn Nissen, Sharon lovejoy, JoAnn Hammer, Sharon Erickson. SECOND ROW: Karen Schliinz, Judy Kroeger,
Delores Meyer, Joyce Kroeger, Rita Donelson, Kathy Gullickson, Andrea Nelsen, Diane Asterino, Noreen Johnson, Kaye Van-55 ,
THIRD ROW: Patsy Asterino, Deanna Newcomer, Judy Schuyler, Rosemary Erickson, Sharon Lee, Rita Headrick, Peggy
Weigel, Sharon Nass, Betty Kansanback, Sharon Madson, Janice Glaser. FOURTH ROW: Darlene Peper, Mary Dean
Thom, Jeanne Luttmann, Mary Vanderhoff, Rosemary Erickson, Donna Early, Frances Smallfield, Joanne Driscoll, Carol
Kroeger, Judy Weigel, Sharon Tordoff. FIFTH ROW: Darlene Loughlin, Glenda Alberts, Bonnie Scofield, Lois Ulwelling,
Mary Neal, Margaret Riffel, Barbara Scofield, Beverly Bessler, Jerrilyn Eng, Janice Dahl, Judy Klingbile.
i Fre hman gurl vocahze.
First Year Students Sing: FIRST ROW: Linda Larson, Mary Jean Weigel,
Joan Scofield, Sally Scofield, Audrey Nissen. SECOND ROW: Becky
Stlmson, Norma Hovland, Mary Lynne Reid, Judith Hagedorn, Sharon
Kemp, Carolyn Meeker. TI-HRD ROW: Anita Amdahl, Marlene Hammer,
Beverly Peper,Jer1 Lynne Faris, Gail Luttmann, LaVonne Otto, Karen
Smallfleld. FOURTH ROW: Jean Nass, Janet Hasvold, Mary Dee
Staack, Judy Roark, Carol Scofield, Linda Snuggerud.
M, Nancy Cook pauses to pose. It's Q
the morning after a slumber party
Who sand that brams and beauty
don t go together? Judy Kroeger
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Eating comes before pl ying for Mary Lynne Reid. Mark Ekern and Gail Iuttmann
must fimsh this hand before supping.
Sophomores picnic-Richard Fuller, Roger Bomm
Eng and Mark McDowal1.
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Nancy Estergaard Leona Gehlsen, and
Arlys Thorson wants the big one.
It's real. . . Bob Burns and Iohn Vanderhoof. . .
Lemon juice. . . that is
We dream of fhe future.
Just feedin' their faces
Florence Waxdahl and
Georqe Ann Faris .
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"Miss America Pageant" presents Ron Van Buren, Ken Leuning,
Roger Dougherty, Bob Burns, Carter Weise, and Miss America
him lopsl herself, Ierry Hiller.
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the Nbonllght and lbses banquet and prom. Helping to keep the sails aloft were vice-president, Iudean Snuggerudg secretary,
Peggy Snyder, treasurer, Iudy Kroegerg and student representative, Bob Burns .
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Iohn Vanderhoof and Bob Burns WORK?
Lynn Sorenson expresses thanks
on behalf of the seniors.
Karen McConnell makes ready
for the banquet.
Driscoll and McConnell fill the punch bowl
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decorating for the banquet, they cleaned the
Bxhausted. . .That's Vanburon. Driscoll, Prochaska, and Burns have another
mxnute s worth of energy to use.
Wishing? Andrea Nelsen and Chuck Rewalt.
Frances Smallfield and Iudy Kroeg
Iohn Vanderhoof keeps it in the family.
Swings with Karla, and chats with Kent
er sit this one out with Iim Weigel and
Primping-Peg Snyder and George Ann Faris.
Bob Bu.ms and Delores Meyer chat in the
Ierry Iohnson and Mary Dean Thom drop in a
coin to make a wish.
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F. F. A. boys choose Mary Ellen Gageby as Che pter Sweetheart,
Farmingi and always ha been our countryfs ba ic indu try
An organization which teaches cooperation, leadership, and citizenship is the
Future Farmers of America. These boys learn about crops and soils, farm
shop, animal husbandry, farm management, the feeding of livestock, and
the marketing of livestock and crops.
Officers for the year were: Clair Barthel, president: Leroy Benson, vice-
presldent, Lynn Sorenson, secretary, David l-love, treasurer, LaVerle Peterson,
reporter: Nomwan Hamma, sentinelp Darrell Pulscher, chaplain: Roger Iewett,
Sewing is Mayor Willis Ellefson and receiving is Roger Iewett.
Civic and Commerce sponsor the Parent-Son Mixer for the Future
Mr. Vic Penne' and Supt. George Wehbenhurst
receive honorary Chapter Farmer Degrees.
Miss Gloria Hause was given a :special award
for help given the F. F. A. in :speech and
Iim Sundermeyer shovels cement for Iim Hagel, Gordon Waxdahl, and Gary Scofield.
Loren Leslie at the P. F. A.
pouluy judging school.
F. F. A. business meeting. . .Ken Leunlng, David Peper,
Bob Erickson, and Tom Iewett.
Some chicks-Mr. Hass, Mr. Brosz, Mr. Vigness, Mr. Webbenhurst,
and student teachers, Larson and Walker, at the P. F. A. invitional
picnic for graduating eighth grade students.
work and play.
All those in favor signify by raising his right
hand. . Warren Iones, and Larry Lamp exercise
Food! Password for P. F. A. picnic.
Bill Willard points out the good workmanship done on ms
cedar-chest to other agriculture boys-Gene Hammer, LaVerle
Peterson, Lyle Lowe, Clair Barthel, Lynn Sorensen, Darrell
Pulscher, and John Wilkins.
F. F. A. boys-Roger Iewett, Don Ehlers, Ron Green, Lonnie
Kuehl, and David Hove prepare for farming.
Busy workers-Norman Hammer, David Peper, Larry Lamp, Tommy
Peper, and Leroy Benson.
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Contenders are: Tom Peper, Loren Leslie, Ray Pasch, Lynn Sorensen, Richard Whitman, U g g an
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Dalliss Englund and Ierry Thompson, members of the
Lettermen'sC1ub, repair a child's toy car.
These boys under the direction of Don Brosz and Roger Kerns were host to quadrangular track meet in which the Indians won first place.
TRACK BOYS - FIRST ROW: Gary Scofield, Bobby Erickson, Gary Hammer, Leroy Benson, David Snyder, Jim Peper, Mike Phelan, Mark Ekern.
SECOND ROW: Rollyn Samp, Gordon Petersen, Craig Iohnson, Guy Erickson, Tommy Kucera, Ray Pasch, Richard Fuhs , Tommy Ellefson, Claude
jones , Loren Blankenhorn, Tony Kucera. THIRD ROW: Iames Hurley, Curtis Weigel, Roger Holvig, Larry Morrison, Richard Whitman, David
Peper, Richard Fuller, Tommy Iewett, Paul Vams , Gordon Waxdahl, Tommy Keck. FOURTH ROW: Tommy Peper, Lynn Sorensen, Ron Van Buren,
Darrell Newbern, David Duncan, Loren Leslie, Dick Smith, Kenneth Gullick, Paul Vanderhoof, Kenny Zylstra.
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enior uperlatives are recognized.
Ronald Suhr and Lynn Sorenson lead the "Smart Set" in the acquisition of
knowledge fa' the four years they spent together in the classrooms at Flandreau
High School. Other honor graduating seniors are: Dottie Schult, Ieanne
VanHouton, Rosemary Erickson, Leroy Benson, Kathy Collins, Bonnie
Bonnersbach, Patty Willard, Clair Barthel, Marlys Johnson, Iean Englebrecht,
David Hove, Noreen Iohnson, and Kay Keck.
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An Honor Society project was the posting of fire-escape
signs in all classrooms. Iudy Kroeger puts this one up in
room 201 .
President, Dottie Schult, serves at the
semi-formal dance given by the society.
Students choose David Hove and Kay Keck as god and goddess of spring for the
N. H. S. sponsored spring party.
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are influential citizens.
FRONT ROW: Judy Weigel, Iudy Sorensen, Florence Waxdahl, Bonnie Bommersbach. SECOND ROW: Charles Prochaska, Noreen Iohnson, Donna
Westra, David Hove, Iohn Vanderhoof, Bobby Burns, lean Englebrecht. THIRD ROW: Jean Van!-Iouton, Frances Smallfleld, Karla Miller, Ron Suhr,
Judy Kroeger, larry Ehrichs. FOURTH ROW: Peggy Snyder, Rosemary Erickson, Lynn Sorensen, Kay Keck, Dottie Schult.
The moonlight scene for the prom.
In the spring studies are forsaken for sun bathing. Donna Westra
and Sharon Lee.
Peaceful ways todo oppo ite aetivitie
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lust before the boys started cooking that three a.m. lunch- GeorgeAnn Faris, Ray Pasch,
Peg Snyder, Larry Morrison, Sharon Lee and her Eganite.
A slumber party for nine ninnies.
Always ready and willing
to lead the cheers is Iudean
There were real fish in the pond.
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at the sophomore picnic.
Englund, Chuck Rewalt, and Cart Wiese did.
Dig in. . .That's just what B111 Willard, Dalllss
Dream come true do not
Leon Anderson, Roger
Loren Blankenhorn, and
B111 Halter attend the sophomore picnic.
Iohnson served punch .
Pretty is as pretty does. Ioyclyn Neal leaves
the dining hall after the banquet.
"Don't breathe a word of this to anyone. . .
but. . . " Marlys and Loye Iohnson spread the
gossip during lunch hour.
Mrs. Rlce supervises the
building of a campfire.
Bobby Miles with stick in
hand is ready to roast his
ju t happen.
Rain drops, umbrellas , and floviers fumlshes the back
ground for the spring dance. Dottie Schult and Noreen
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DALE BISSON DEAN BITELER BONNIE BOMMERSBACH
the hands of me educated.
LLOYD DUNCAN RITA DONELAN KATHY COLLINS
From twelve years
IEAN ENGELBRECHT DALLISS ENGLUND
ROSEMARY ERICKSON IANICE G1-P-SER
GEN II HAMMER
we receive our just reward.
DAVID HOVE EUGENE HOVLAND
ROGER IEWETT ARTHUR IANKLOW
IAMES JOHNSON LOYE IOHNSON
By this same cooperation
we shall bulld a sound future
MARLYS IOHNSON CLAUDE IONES
KATHY KEATING LONNIE KUEHL
IOYCELYN NEAL DENIS NEWCOM
In the past we have
worked and played together.
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Aqua and White
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Men from Mars. . . senior Little Orpheum skit
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Merry making are the three leans-
Van Houton, Hammer, and Englebrecht.
Grease paint, flood lights, and theater-in-
the-round makes the senior class play.
Burning the candle at both ends is Linda Schmxd
We appreciate the opportunities given u
April Showers bring John Vanderhooi
and Donna Westra.
Kay Keck gets congratulations from her escort
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Margaret Huntley shows Sandra Christensen, Kaye Varns, Sharon
Schramm, Kathy Collins, Mary Ellen Gageby some of the duties of
the registrar of deeds.
Govern ment days afford
the spirit of democracy.
Richter, county treasurer, puts Lynn Sorensen, Rita Donclan, and
Ioyclyn Neal to work on the treasur-er's report.
Selma Severson, county superintendent of schools shows Ianice Glaser, Sh91'iff Fletcher F5115 has D319 5155011 Working the P01109 radio.
Noreen johnson, and Leroy Benson look over their made record.
Dennis Newcomer and Ron Smith are glad that they are on this
side ofthe law.
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Ierry Thompson, Kay Keck, Kathy Collins, Dale Bisson, Joe Biron, Bonnie Bommersbacn, David l-love, Richard Whitman,
Barbara Scofield, Leroy Benson, Beverly Bessler, Eugene Hovland, and Lloyd Duncan are the lucky winners of the government
The work of the clerk of courts, Opal Nass, becomes the know-
ledge of Phyllis Cherney, Kay Keck, Linda Schmid and lean
County Commissioners-Albin Erickson, Ralph Dickson, and Harold Smallfield-busy
themselves with routine work for Beverly Bessler, Lloyd Duncan, IaVerle Peterson,
Dalliss Englund, Eugene Hovland, and Norman Hammer.
Down among the old files of the auditor are Bonnie Bommersbach, Ron
Suhr, Tilman Gulbranson, Darrell Pulscher, and Loye Johnson.
Judge Benedict explains the fine points of the law to Ron Green, Richard
Whitman, Marlyn Bothel, and Kathy Keating.
Lonnie Kuehl, Clair Barthel, Lyle Lowe, and Ed Hemmelman, Highway patrol-
man, return from highway patroling.
Darlene Peper exercises
Richard Whitman and David
government day campaign.
jest through the
David Hove, Rosemary Erickson, Patty Willard, Iean Van Houton, and Don
Ehlers learn of the county treasurer's duties from Boyde Headrick.
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' an old American privilege
E ff - voting.
Ellis Thomas discusses the duties
of a mortician with Bruce Clark, jerry
Thompson, Claude Iones,andArtIanklow.
Anything you can do we can do better is
the idea behind all campaign strategy.
It takes party unity for a victory.
Tom Peper works in to get the ball.
American learnin' include more than book wormin'.
Do you recogonize them? 1t's the seniors.
Dottie Schult gets fifteen cheers
for the team.
Rita Donelan, Marlys Johnson,
is better no vote PEDERALIST. ' Plan the Party Campaign.
Dale Bisson will tell you why it
and Loye Johnson
Seniors harmonize? Claude Iones,
Eugene Hovland, and Bfuce Clark.
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Chapter Farmer: Darrell Pulcher, farm mechanic: and Tom Peper, dairy farmer.
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The DeKalb award which is awarded for scholarship,
supervised practice projects and leadership in
agriculture is given to Clair Barthel by F. F. A.
instructor, Sylvan Vigness.
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Leroy Benson's name was placed on the Masonic
plaque because he was recognized as the young man
who achieved most in social, civic, and intellectual
development from his four years of studying.
Legionaire George Webbenhurst presents the American Legion Award to Ronald
Suhr. Noreen johnson was awarded the girls' Legion award. These students were
chosen on the basis of courage, leadership, honor, service, and scholarship.
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The right to have her name upon the plaque and a cash gift of five
dollars was a surprise for Rosemary Erickson as Mrs. Carl Miller
presented the P. E. O. Award.
Lynn Sorensen, Clair Barthel, and Leroy Benson win State Farmer
Awards in the Future Farmer program.
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How's this for a family portrait? SEATED: Barbara Scofield, Ioyclyn
Neal, Kay Keck. STANDING: Kathy Collins, Ierry Thompson, Leroy
Benson, Lloyd Duncan, Dottie Schult, Dennis Newcomer.
"The Family Nobody Wanted" i pictured
in picture nobod wanted.
Photographer, Lynn Sorenson,wants a picture
at any expense.
"Now let me tell you this. . ." Rita Donelan speaks
to Kaye Varns and Marlys Johnson.
Ioe Biron and Noreen Johnson are most
concerned about the future of their
Mischievous Leroy Benson is at work.
Members oi the Doss family: FIRST ROW: Jean Englebrecht, Jean
VanHouton. SECOND ROW: Rosemary Erickson, Pat Willard, Ron
Smith. THIRD ROW: La Verle Petersen, David Hove, John Wilkins,
and Dale Bisson.
W'oalthy Texans in the play-Ron Suhr, Loye Johnson, and
Bonnie Bommersbach with little Gregory.
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a perfect expression
of the highe t ideals
of the nited ation
Bashful Bonnie Bommersbach babbles.
"Dill Arthur Murray teach you that stop?"
Bonnic Bommcrsbach and Lloyd Duncan.
Time out-Kathy Collins and Da.1iss Englund
A forrrigncr from Egan
with Bruce Driscoll.
attend s the prom
School stcadies-Bev Bessler with Dale Bisson, and Butch
Gageby with Art Ianklow. Dennis Newcomer cane stag.
The faculty goes to thc prom-IVLr. Prochaska, Mr. and Mrs.
Hass, and Mr. Podoll.
In a etting of moonlight
and roses, students struggle
Swinging are Ron Smith, Connie Forman, Rosemary Erickson, and
Ronnie: VanBuren. Waiting their turn are Roger Iewett, Kay Keck,
Noreen Johnson, and Claude Jones
Making good use
of the swing are Iudean Snuggerud and
Richard Whitman brought a Salem gal.
Their happiness is showing. Leona Gehlsen and Iohn
Brookings invades with LaVerle Petersen.
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to make dream
Arlys Thoreson, Iohn Vanderhoof, and Richard Whitman express
their joy over the one-act play victory.
1..oye johnson displays
the new band uniform.
Beaming Bonnie Bommersbaceh bounces
out a cheer.
How you have changed! Ronnie VanBuren and
Sweat clothes . . . but no
sweat for Pete Petersen.
How those purses clutter up the lunchroom
Former grads Pat Whalen and Kent
Miller entertain at the banquet and
We give thanks to our yearbook sponsors
FIandreau's representatives of private enterprise
Iimmie's Red Owl Store
R. V. Fadgen Agency
Bidne's Shoe Shop
P. V. Elevator
Sunshine State Hatchery
Ben Franklin Store
Norman R. Johnson
Ahler's Body Shop
Phillip A. Ekern
Lyle's Standard Service
W. F. Iohnson
C. C. Donaldson
Flandreau Body Shop
Enterprise Publishing Company
Flandreau Motor Company
West Side Grocery and Billiams
Drs . Otey and Hurewitz
Thomas Funeral Home
I. E. Locke Agency
Farmer's State Bank
Skroch's Funeral Chapel
Flandreau Community Oil Co
Flandreau Co-op Creamery Produce
Independent Lumber Company
Hayes Lucus Lumber Company
West Side Farm Store
Terrace Park Dairy
Hillagross Shoe Repair
Faris Meat Market
Bob's Service Station
Flandreau Grain Company
Fuller Radio and T. V.
Zarecky Barber Shop
Morris Hasvold Insurance
Heiertz Rexall Drug
Kinney Land Company
Flyer chronicles the years great events.
Erickson, Sharon . . . . 33,37
Estergaard, Nancy . . . 13,29,35
Faris, Jeri Lynne .... 14, 33
Faris, GeorgeAnn . . . 13,23 35,37
Penske, Alice . . . . 9,37
Forman, Connie . . .... 28,37,67
Fuhs, Richard . ...... l4,20,43
Fuller, Richard . . . 22,24,25,29,34,43
Fuller, Robert ........ 22,28,3l
Gageby, Mary Ellen .... 1,3,7,40
Gehlsen, Leona . . . 25,35,37,67,45
Glaser, Janice .... 1,27,33,52,57,55
Grafing, David . ........ 14
Green, Leonard . . . . 14,42
Green, Ronald . . . . . . 42,52,59
Gulick, Kenneth .... 14,2U,24,43
Gullickson, Kathleen . . 1l,22,26,33,70
Hagadorn, Judith . . ..... 14,33
Hagel, Hugh . . . . . . 22
Hager, James . . . . 14,41
Halter, Bill . . . . . 12,22,47
Hammer, Gary . . . 14 20,24,43
Hammer, Gene . .... 1,42,52
Hammer, JoAnn . . . . 22 29,33,34
Hammer, Marlene . . . . 14,29,33
Hammer, Norman . . . . 1,18,24,40
Hammer, Ronald . . ..... 9,22
Handberg, Jean . . ...... 28,37
Hasvold, Janet . . .14,17,29 33,34
Headrick, Gregg ..... 22,29
Headrick, Larry . . . .l2,l4 20,24
Headrick, Rita . . . 22 26,33
Hiller, Jerry. . . 11,19 24,25
Holvig, Roger . .... 14,20,29,43
Hove, David .... l,2,27,40,42,44,45
Hovland Eugene .
Hurley, James .
Janklow, Art . .
Janssen, Anna . .
Alberts, Glenda . . . . . 22,
Alberts, Karen . . . 17,21,
Amdahl, Anita . . . 14,28,
Amdahl, Sharon . . . . 23,
Anderson, Leon . . . .,22,29,
Asterino, Diane . . . . . 22,
Asterino, Patsy . . .... 22,
Barron, Larry . . .... . 9,
Barthel, Clair . . . . 1,27,40,f42,44
Benson, Leroy . . . 1,15,l3,20,24,25
Bessler, Beverly . . l,3,29,30,
Bifon, Joe . . o 116124125150
Bisson, Dale . . 1,2,7,20,24,50
Biteler, Dean . . . . . . .1,
Blanchard, Diane . . .... . .
Blanchard, Linda ...... . .
Blankenhorn, Loren . . 1l,22,42,43,
Bommersbach, Bonnie . . 1,7,16,l7,
Bommersbach, Roger . . . 9,22,34,
Bothel, Marlyn ..... l,26,27,5l,
Burns, Robert ..... l9,24,33,36,
Chamberlain, Charles . . . 22,29,
Chamley, Danny . . . . . . .
Cherney, Phyllis ........ 51,
Christensen, Sandra . ,6,26,5l,58,
Clark, Bruce ....... l,51,60,
Collins, Kathleen . . . 1,6,7,16,17,
Cook, Nancy . . 28,31,34,37,38,
Cloud, Sharon ......... 22,
Critser, Nancy . . 29,32,
Crow, Estella . . .... 13,
Dahl, Janice . . . . 9,ll,22,
Dailey, Dan . . . 12,16,2l,22,
Dawson, Pat . . . . .13,l4,l7,
Donelon, Rita . . . l,6,ll,Z7,33,
Dougherty, Roger . . .... 36,
Driscoll, Bruce . . . 37,38,55,
Driscoll, Joanne . . . . 22,26,29,
Duncan, David . . l4,l8,2O,24,
Duncan, Lloyd .... l,9,24,25,57,
Early, Donna . .... l7,33,
Ehlers, Don . . . . . 1,42,52,
Ekern, Mark .... 13,l4,2O,24,34,
Ellefson, Tom ........ l4,2O,
Eng, Jerrilyn .... I ..... 22,
Eng, Russell . . l8,2l,22,24,25,29,
Englebrecht, Jean .... 1,3,27,44,
Englund, Dalliss .... l,18,24,25,
Ehrichs, Larry . . . l3,16,37,45,
Erickson, Craig ..........
Erickson Guy . . . 9,26,22,24,43,
Erickson, Robert . . . . 19,24,
Erickson Rosemary ULD . . . 29,3l,33
Erickson Rosemary CSr.l. .1 6,
. . .14,20,43
. . . 14 16,17
Jewett, Roger . . . . 1,40,42 53,67
Jewett, Tom ..... 9,14,2O,24 41,43
Johnson, Craig . .18,22,24,Z5,29,30,43
Johnson, Dorothy ........ 13,28
Johnson, James ..... l,10,13,24,53
Johnson, Jerry ..... 29,30,31,37,39
Johnson, Loye . . .1,10,16,17,27,23,47
Johnson, Marlys ..... 1,27,44,47
Johnson, Noreen. . .... . . . l,3,7
Johnson, Roger , , , ,
Jones , Claude ,
Jones , Warren ,
Kansanback, Betty ,
Kautz, Ardith , , ,
Keating, Kathy ,
Keck, Kay ,
Kemp, Sharon , ,
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. . . . . 22,33
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. . . 12,15,33
Kroeger, Carol. . . . 6,22,33
Kroeger, Joyce . . 2l,22,26,33
Kroeger, Judy. . . . l6,l7,27,33
Kucera, Tommy. . . l5,24,43
Kucera, Tony . . . . 24,37,43
Kuehl, Lonnie . . . . l,42,54,60
Kuehl, Verlyn . . .... 22
Lamp, Larry . . . . 22,4l,42
Larson, Linda . . ..... 15 ,33
Lee, Glenda ........ Z2,29,32
Lee, Sharon. . . 19,30,33,37,38,46
Leslie, Loren . '. . . . 11,20,22.24
Leuning, Kenny . . 36,37,41,70
Laughlin, Darlene ..... 22,28,33
Lovejoy, Sharon. ...... 22,33
Lowe, Lyle. . . l,l9,24,42,54,60
Luttmann, Gail ....... 15,33,34
Luttmann, Jeanne . . . . . 22,26,33
Madson, Sharon . . ..... 23,33
McConnell, Karen .... 27,28,29,38
McDowell, Mark. . . 16,l7,23,29,34
McGlone, Sheila . 12 21,23,26,28,33
Meeker, Carolin ...... l5,28,3,3
Miles, Robert .... 23,29,30,3l,47
Meyer, Delores. . . 21,22,26,33,39
Miller, Karla. . . 16 29,34,37,39,45
Morrison, Larry . . . 19,23,24,43,46
Morrison, Sandra . . ...... 15
Nass, Jean Marie . . . 15,33
Nass, Richard. . . .... . . 23
Nass, Sharon . . .... 1l,23,33
Neal, Joyclyn . . . l,47,54,58,64
Neal, Mary ........ 23,28,33
Nelson, Andrea. . 23 26,29,30,33,39
Neprud, James . . . . . . . . 15
Newbern, Darrell ....... 23,43
Newbern, Harold ......... 23
Newcomer, Deanna ..... 23,28,33
Newcomer, Denis . .1 28,54,58,64,66
Nissen, Audrey ...... 13,15,33
Nissen, Evelyn . . . l0,33,35,36,46
Ockenga, Linda. . . .... 15,28
Otto, LaVonne ........ 9,15,33
Pasch, Ray .... 23 24,25,43,46,70
Paulsen, Joan ......... 23,26
Peper, Beverly .- . . .... 15,33
Peper, Darlene ...... 23,33,6O
Peper, David. . 6,20 22,24,41,42,43
Peper, James ....... 1l,36,43
Peper, Thomas ..... 19,24,25,27
Petersen, Burdell ....... 15,16
Petersen, Gordon .... l5,20,24,43
Petersen, LaVerle . 1,35,40,42,55,59
Phelan, Mike . . 10,24,36,43
Phelan, Paul . . . . 9,22,47
Price, Donna . . . . l1,21,26,36
Price, Robert . . . . . 15,20,24
Prochaska, Charles . . . 20,24,36
Pulscher, Darrell . . . 1,l0,40,42
Redwlng, Ida. . .... 11,23
Reid, Mary Lynne . . . l4,l7,33,34
Rewalt, Charles . . . 12,36,39,47,70
Rlffel, Margaret ....... 23,33
Roark, Judy .... . . . l5,l6,33
Robertson, Carol ......... 15
Samp, Rollyn . . . .16,23,24,29,43
Schaffer, John . . ...... 15
Schliinz, Karen . . . 33,36,38,46
Schmid, Linda. . l,6,27
Schramm, Sharon ...... 1,55,58
Schult, Dottie . .1,3,5,7 16,17,28,29
Schuyler, Judy ..... . . 33,36
Scofield, Barbara . 1,17 33,55,59,64
Scofield, Bonnie . . . . 6,23,33
Scofield, Carol . . . . 15,29,33,34
Scofield, Gary .... 13 l5,16,41,43
Scofield, Joan ........ 15,33
Scofield, Sally ..... l3,l5,27,33
Smallfield, Frances .33,36 38,39,45,46
Smallfield, Karen ..... 15,33
Smith, Richard . . . 15 20,24,34,43
Smith, Ronald . . 1,10 55,58,65,67
Snuggerud, Judean . 7,l6,28,32.37,33
Snuggerud, Linda . . 15 28,32,33,34,
Snyder, David ..... l4,20,24,43
Snyder, Peggy . . 16,29 30,35,37,39
Sorenson, Judy . . 26,27,Z9,32,36,45
Sorenson, Lynn . . 1 ,2,6,27,38,40,42
Staack, Mary Dee . . . 15,Z8,30,33
Stlmson, Becky ...... 15,28,33
Suhr, Ronald . . l,26,27,44,45,55,59
Sundermeyer, James . . . 15,41
Sundermeyer, Janice ..... 23.33
Teer, Cathryn ...... 23.23133
Temte, Jeanne ..... 16,Z3,29,35
Thom, Mary Dean . 23,26,28,32,33,39
Thompson, Jerry, , 1 ,2,5,24,25,27,28
Thoreson, Arlys . . . l7,28,35,36,68
Tollefson, James ........ 23
Tordoff, Sharon . .... 27,33,36
Ulwelling, Lois ....... 23,33
VanBuren, Ronald 7,l8,24,36,38,43
Vanderhoof, John , 12,16,l7,18,24,27
Vanderhoof, Mary .... 12,23,28,33
Vanderhoof, Paul .... 15,29,34,43
VanHouton, Jean . . l,6,l6,27,44,45
Varns, Kaye . . 1,28,29,30,31,56
Varns, Paul . . . . . . 23,28,33,43
Wakeman, Barbara . . .... 23
Wakeman, Mona .
Warrick, Dennis .
Waxdahl, Gordon . 15,16
Weigel, Curtis . .
Weigel, Judy. 7,l2,l6,l7
Weigel, Mary Jean . . .
Weigel, Peggy . .
Westra, Donna . 16,28,35
Whitman, Richard 1,2,7
Wiese, Carter . . . .
Wilkins, John . . . 1,10
Willard, Bill . . .- . . .
Willard, Patty .1 ,6,10,27
Zephier, Evon .....
Zylstra, Kenny . .
Mulder, James .
. . . 15,29
. . . . .14
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