Forest City High School - Redskin Yearbook (Forest City, IA)
- Class of 1966
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When I came to this country in the fall of 1965, I
didn't know what I would find in the United States and in
Forest City. The American Field Service gave me the
great opportunity to "come down from the mountains"
and learn about it. I discovered differences between
our countries, then similarities, and at the end of the
year I was so much used to, and involved in, American
life that I didn't even think about it anymore. This was
what I was looking forward to.
In this place I would like to express my gratitude
for the wonderful student body and for the members of
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the faculty in this high school. I will never forget how
much everyone has done to make this year such a mem
orable one for me, and I want to say a warm "thank
This was Forest City's first experience with an
AFS student. I hope that many more students from for-
eign countries may come to this wonderful community
to study and build a bridge of friendship and understand
ing between the countries of the world.
Cony Gu jan
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SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS--STANDING: Carl Larson, Gilmer Haugen, Lyle Jefson, Russell Lewis, Don Anderson
SEATED: Secretary Dorothy Stoll, Mrs. John K. Hanson, President Sylvan Oswald, Superintendent Craig Downing.
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Mrs. Stoll Mrs. Monson
Mrs. O. Buckley, Mrs. Eddy Frederickson, Mrs. I. Mr- Harms
"Occasionally I drop into
class to offer a few words of
encouragement . "
DAVID AND ERS ON
"Not many cobwebs in his
"Everybody stay home to-
night so I don't miss any-
"Week days have their de-
lights, but they can't com-
pare with weekend nights.
"Sigh no more ladies, sigh
no more. "
"A fine student but even
better as a friend. "
"Be no slave of words."
"Never serious, never down
hearted, always ready for a
good time. "
"The hardest thing for m e
I got up at the crack of
dawn, stuffed the crack and
went back to bed."
"Not a queen for a day, but
a queen always. "
o say in twenty-five words'
or less is "Goodbye. "
"There's a little bad
in every good little girl."
PAM BECKER JAMES BENSON
" N0 wgnder 51155 di Z Z Y , "He's known for the n oi s e
she's been around. " he dOeSf1'f 1T1-HRS-"
"Every burned book
picture enlightens the world."
"The more I see of me the
better I like my horse."
JANET BUCKLEY JAMES CARSON
"There's a drunnnin in my "Give hi1n an inch and he
"He has a photographic
mind, but nothing ever Cle-
eart, but there's room for thinks hc is a ruler. "
ther things too. "
know at lot but I just can't
"Jolly, cute, and sweet to
"Be a live wire and you
won't get stepped on.
MICHAEL EBAUGH CRAIG EYMANN
HM. Frank" "l've just invented a perpet
"If men dig Of Qvefwgflq, 1 ual motion machine, but I
ink of it. ,. will live forever! can't get it started. "
"Hello my coach! Good-
night sweet lady, good
"A lot of pep ina small
"She's a quiet lass until you
see her out of class. "
"The reward of a thing well
done is to have done it. "
LOIS FELLA ND
"I-lardworking, studious, and "A s mil e for anyone and
kindly is sheg helpful and
pleasant as no one can be.
"Quiet and unassuming al-
ways doin somethin."
"Whatever is worth doing is
worth doing well. "
GREGGRY HALL BETTY HANNA JANE HANSON
"Mouse" "Hanna" "She always speaks when
H155 ljctfef to be Small gud "A shining disposition till it spoken to, teachers not in-
shy than he big and cast a Simms- H Clkldfid- "
"The quiet hind whose na-
ture never varies. "
"Gee, coach, my glasses
SHARON HOLLAND "Ch21r1il is the glow within GRACE HOLMEN
"Her ways are pleasant a woman which casts a most "Gracie"
ways. " becoming light on others. " " Way tO go, Grace! I"
'I think I think more than
ion think I think--I think! "
"Like gravity sho has the
power of attraction. "
JOEL KINGLAND "A basketball player, a
"Why worry when there are regular guy, a friend to all, ,
so many other things to do. " and sort of shy. "
RONNIE JOHNSON SHERRY JOHNSON
"Ron" "l'm not bashful, you just
"Kool-aid, women, and don't know me. "
"A joke for every occasion.
"A little nonsense now and
X then is relished by myself.
MIKE KORTH DUANE LARSON
"Unfortunately, we only "I caught "Seniorities" in
had him for 1 year." fifth grade. "
"A sweet disposition is a
merit to the best.
"She may not be a Ford,
but she sure can rattle on. " d
"I was almost killed once
by a train of thought. "
"He'd sto Sanit Peter's
MARTHA MCCAULEY "One good reason why gen
"Dainty and neat from head tlemeu don'r always prefer
to feet. " blondes. "
roll call to ask a question. "
A great guy with a lilie-
wble way. "
"A blush is worth a thou-
sand words. "
'lf school is liberty, give
me death. "
"Do it today, for toniorrow
there may be a law against
"Mitch" "It's well to know more
"Get thee behind nie, Sa- than you say. "
tan, so I can sit on your
Hlndustrious and cheerful,
always to get her work in
on tinie. "
"What are 7 and 7? Oh,
just numbers. "
"Her tongue is her sword "She looks like an angel,
which she never lets rusts. " she acts like one too, but
"Worry kills H1611--I'1ll too
young to die. "
"Sugar and spice and every-
thing niceg one of these
days she'll be covered with
'fr 'M 'tm-
you never know what an
angel will do. "
"Books cannot always
please, however good.
"Because of his genius, we
can allow for his madness.
"He is the life of the class GARY SEVERSQN
and the death of the teach- Hpudgyff
ers. " "South Dakota--5 miles. "
JULIUS SEVERSONH RICHARD SHAW LINDA SPARKS
'I believe too much study- "Wally" "By a small sample you can
ng deteriorates the mind. " "HC Puts Q11 his WOFUCS in judge the whole Piece- U
a pocket with a hole in it. "
JUDY srtrrr Picture
"l'ni not arguing, I'm
terrmg you. " Avar lab le
"Neat and shiney like a
LINDA TERHARK "B05g1110v3"
DANA SWANSON "lt's nice to be important, "You're young once, but
"P6OP1G WhO 11121116 11OiS6 but it's more important to N once is enough if you work
are dangerous- " be nice. " I to rig it. "
"She's small, but so is dyna-
"Calm and unperturbed. "
BOB VAN DEN BOSCH
"The happiest people are
crazy ......... Boy am I
"A quiet mang he doesn't
snore in class."
"Yak! - Yak! - Yak! -
Hello fans! - I'm an eagle!
- I'm an eagle! - guffaw -
guffaw - guffaw! !!"
To The Class of 1966:
Best Wishes as you travel along lifes highway.
May all the roads lead to happiness and success.
Build your future by establishing the foundation to-
day. Set your goals and strive ----------- success
will be yours.
The past is deadg the future does 11012 existg today
is here, use it.
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Mike Ebaugh on an end run.
COACHES: Mr. Hutchinson, Mr. Braiand
Eiand beats Clear Lake on a reverse.
FOREST CITY 6 CLEAR LAKE O
After an eight-year wait, the Forest City Indians posted
a 6 to O win over the Clear Lake Lions.
FOREST CITY 2 BRITT G
Failing to capitalize on many scoring ehanees, the Indi-
ans went down to defeat.
FOREST CITY O BUFFALO CENTER 7
The Indians made many errors that evening, taking their
second straight Ioss.
FOREST CITY O BELMOND I9
Out weighed, but not out spirited, the Indians suffered
their third defeat in four Contests.
Tough Indians defense almost gets an interception.
FOREST CITY I2 OSAGE 33
An offensive battle which featured long runs by both
teams, but the Indians came out on the short end of the
FOREST CITY 39 GARNER 7
Unleashing a disappointment over four straight losses the
Indians smothered the Cardinals on Homecoming night.
FOREST CITY O
A well fought game, in which the Indians had a TD
NORTHW OOD T
FOREST CITY 6
Plagued by costly mistakes, thc Indians lost the final
game of the 1965 season T to 6.
LAKE iiiiis T4
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Thomas completes a pass to his end, Ken Groh.
MANAGERS: Dan Davis, Tom Gjelten, jim Carson, and
DEFENSIVE UNIT--LEFT TO RIGHT: T. Monson, B.
Davis, E. Clonse, R. Juhl, R. Brighton, A. Belsheini,
C. Monson, R Tannahill, L. Larson, D. Peterson,
F. Curtis, J. Wooldridge, T. lleinidal, L. Kudej, G.
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OFFENSIVE UNIT--LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Ebaugh, T.
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T. Anderson, M. Korth, R. Cooper, J. Farus, L. Levad
FRONT ROW: Manager Doug Porter, Tim Anderson, Marv Kingland, John Farus, Lon Barkema, Robert Thompson,
Riley Lewis, Wally Shaw, Manager Mike Book. SECOND ROW: Coach Konigsmark, Tom Anderson, Mike Korth, Jerry
Anderson, Randy Juhl, Ken Groh, Tom Monson, Dan Schmidt, Tom Thomas.
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57 Clarion 69 57 Lake Mills 58
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43 Buffalo Center 46 57 Belmond 66
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86 Britt 64 68 Osage 48
68 Osage 53 53 Wells, Minn. 59
FOREST CITY 72 LAKE MILLS 70
FOREST CITY 45 MASON CITY 50
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FOREST CITY 7
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FRONT ROW: Jerry Charlson, Chuck Heeren, Jeff Adams, Allan Faber, Doug Porter, Dan Fauske, Mike Becker, Ron
Keough, Dan Schmidt, Ron Albertson, Gary Severson, Mike Hail, Noel Heimdal, Jim Westerberg, Jerry Kasik, Danny
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Riherd. ROW TWO: Manager Mike Book, Chuck Heeren, Jim Arnelsberg, Jeff Nissen, Mark Brunsvold, Ron Albertson,
Rick Oswald, Coach Hutchinson.
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ROW ONE: Jerry Charleson, Jim Levad, Bobby Davis, Tom Thomas, Mike Ebaugh, Lyle Hanna, Jim Haufle, Allen Fa-
ber, Ron Tannahill, Mike Eland, Don Meinecke. ROW TWO: Tom Monson, Tim Anderson, Eldon Clouse, Jim Amels-
burg, Randy Rasmussen, John Farus, Ken Groh, Craig Eymann, Tom Gjelton, Gary Severson, Tom Heimdal, Coach
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ROW ONE: Dennis Lammers, Frank Johnson, Tom Anderson, David Haugen. ROW TWO: Jerry Anderson, Chuck Heer-
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Jerry Anderson 39. 9
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I The Indian golf team was unbeaten in five dual meets.
Sectional tourney: C.L. - 320
F.C. - 325
District tourney: Sumner - 315
F. C. - 317
Jerry Anderson heads for the green. New Hampton ' 332
C.L. - 341
In state tournament action, the Indians tied for eighth. All members will be back the following year.
Linda Oswald Pam Rank
Sue Charleson Pat Rank
Pauline Borg Becky Gangstead
In creating school spirit, cheerleaders are a very
vital force. This year's peppy bunch was responsible for
the decorative, peppy, and very clever hall signs and in
getting the student body to participate so enthusiastical-
ly in the "Spirit Jug". The long, hard hours of practice
paid off for a good successful season.
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The unique fourth annual presentation of popular
modern music from Broadway musicals and the movies,
Spotlight on Broadway, once again highlighted the musi-
cal year at FCHS. Thanks to the generous help of Mr.
Olsen with the artwork, Miss Larson with the lights, and
Mr. Whitcome with the narration, the efforts of Mr.
Skelley, and the vocal department, and Mr. Mollen-
hauer, and the instrumental department met with un-
The program featured selections by the Spotlight
Singers, the Folk Group, the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs,
and the Stage and Concert Bands. Singing solos from the
musicals "Porgy and Bess" and "Camelot" were Mary
Mitchell and Ken Lewis.
Linda Murra Ellen Hanson
School spirit received a big boost this year from the marching band and the pep band. They not
only put spark to games with their pep songs, but also they turned into a strong cheering section. Every-
one noticed them, if not for their noise, for their red outfits.
The marching band showed us something new this year in their routines also. They used an unit
system of marching and improved their precision. To perfect these drills the marching band spent many
hours outside in close to freezing temperatures.
The pep band at the basketball games is something that has come to be tradition at FCHS. With-
out a doubt, its lively numbers have added to the high spirits and increased the morale of teams and
fans alike. When tournament time came around this year, and the pep band couldn't perform, its sup-
port was greatly missed.
Congratulations to the bands and to Mr. Mollenhauer for the support they gave to our teams.
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ROW ONE: B. Gangstead, K. Flugum, J. Steiff, M. Mangan, J. Brones, D. Davis, M. Ebaugh, J. Whitehurst, R.
Juhl. ROW TWO: V. Charlson, C. Thompson, G. Holmen, S. Dunn, M. Lawson, J. Arnold, A. Holtan, S. Brown, J.
Wooldridge, H. Wheeler, R. Johnson. ROW THREE: K. Lewis, M. Lovick, B. Almelien, K. Hunter, G. Gahan, D.
Peterson, P. Albertson, P. Becker, S. Morse, C. Carter. ROW FOUR: L. Terhark, R. Benson, B. Groves, E. Bartleson
R. Aulick, K. Dunbar, L. Oswald, T. Thomas, P. Rauk, P. Borg, J. Olson. ROW FIVE: S. Eredrickson, L. Strand, S
Holland, P. Gunderson, S. Johnson, S. Strommen, L. Van Lenning, B. Hanna, J. Buckley, P. Rauk, J. Johnston, N.
Anderson, B. Olsen. ROW SIX: M. Knudtson, B. lngebretson, C. Thompson, L. Felland, C. Monson, J. Hanson, S.
Eymann, J. Almesburg, L. Sparks, J. Martin. ROW SEVEN: T. Gjelten, J. Carson, R. Peterson, A. Midtgaard, C.
Gujan, D. Anderson, R. Cooper, R Shaw, L. Hanna.
Co-editors Audrey Holtan, Sally Brown
Junior Editor Becky Gangstead
Business Manager Ken Lewis
ln this annual we, the REDSKIN staff, have tried to catch intimate glimpses of the nearly 340 students that make
up E. C.H.S. Here you will view us in the classroom, on the sports scene, and in our many colorful activities. Coat
cheek at basketball games, birthday calendar sales, and the annual yearbook sale helped to finance this big project.
As you remember this year, think of the people you knew and the places you went. Remember the problems you
encountered and the laughs you shared, and all the important things that happened to you. As the years go by we hope
this annual will help you remember the events of this wonderful year: a year we will not forget for there will never be
another like it.
The Drill Team Board is responsible for planning and de-
signing the routines performed by the Drill Team. The board
members consist of Mary Mitchell, Patty Peterson, Karen Frank-
lin, Karen Foster, Linda Murra and Kristi Dunbar. It is sponsored
by Miss Ruprich.
ROW ONE: K. Franklin, C, Thompson, K. Frein, M. Mitchell, K. Dunbar. CENTER LINE: J. Martin, R. l-lelmers, R
Hayes, D. Charlson, G. Holmen, L. Murra, K. Foster. BACK ROW: P. Peterson, C. Knudtson, S. Boman, P. Sheimo
FRONT ROW: R. Almelien, M. Hall, B. Field, L. Blanehet, T
Petersburg, J. Benson. SECOND ROW: D. Nath, E. Henning, H.
Lackore, A. lxiidtgaard, T O'Rouke, D. Reineke, D. Olson.
The Future Honremakers of America
strives to produce a better homemaker and a
The purpose of our chapter was to obtain
a better understanding of education and to use
it to the fullest possible measure.
The 1965 - 1966 members had an op-
portunity to attend the District Convention
at Saint Ansgar, lowa, where the theme of
the meeting was "Education, and Endless
President Linda Keel
Vice-President Karen Blanehet
Secretary-Treasurer Sharon Blanchet
The development of agricultural lead-
ership cooperation, and citizenship is the
aim ofthe Future Farmers. The chapter
participated in parliamentary procedure,
creed speaking, livestock judging and live-
stock showing contests. They also attended
the district, state, and national FFA Con-
FRONT ROW: J. Steiff, D Elnian, K. Blanchet, L. Keel, S. Blanchet.
ROW TWO: K. Hunter, B. lngebrctson, K. Frein, K. Franklin, C.
Carlson, i. Brones. Tl-llRD ROW: lxl. Gudmonson, C Unger, M.
Knudtson, C. Thompson, lxl. Bowman, C. Harms, R. llanson.
Nenihersliip in Fiitiirm Teachers is open to any senior high student interested. The lifdo - lime goals include:
l. the training required to be a teacher
finances and sellolarship avtiiltilnle '
Ii. professional attitudes and rt sponsihilities
Our prograrti for the l,1:t'F - limi school year included:
l. the district meeting at .Xlgona
2. prospective teacher day at l ,'i' rildorf for senior n1eii1be1's only
il. ti program on teaching the handicapped
-1. special speakers throughout the year
Q. state meeting at Des Moines
U. banquet and initiation
President Audrey Holtan Treasurer Pat Peterson
Yiee-President Sue Eyniann Parlianientarian Cheryl Monson
Librarian Pat Gunderson Historian 121116 OlSOr1
Secretary Pauline Borg
ROW ONE: L. Weible, P. Peterson, J. Olson, P. Borg, A. lloltan, S. Eymann, P. Gunderson, C. Monson. ROW TWO:
K. Fluguni, B. Alnielien, V. Liverca, S. Cliarlson, M. Mangan, J. Amelsberg, M. Bowman, C. llovda, S. Berg, D.
Coyle. ROW THREE: C. lxloore, L. lxiurra, E. Hanson, B. Gangstead, C. Coon, I. Berg, C. Gahan, K. Hunter, J,
Steiff, C. Nielson, I. Tonneson. ROW FOUR: R. Juhl, T. Anderson, B. Davis, lil. Book, K. lloltan, A. Belsheirn,
D. Davis, T. Monson, P. Holtan, C. Gujan.
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The GRA meets twice monthly and offers a pro-
gram of sports and recreation. Members may earn let-
ters and awards through the point system which has been
revised this year. The 1965 - 1966 program included
volleyball, basketball, sports day, scavenger hunt, and
Secretary - Treasurer
Sha rri Fredrickson
ROW ONE: J. Haugen, M. Knudtson, L. Eelland, B. lngebretson, B. Almelien, C. Thompson, S Fredrickson, D.
Coyle. ROW TWO: lxl. Lawson, S. Dunn, K. Hunter, K. Frein, C. Jenkins, J. Tibbits, B. Jenkins, S. Berg. ROW
THREE: J. Jefson, F. Klipping, M. Lovick, L. Terhark, J. Steiff, R. Benson, P. Sheimo, J. Berg, C. Coon. ROW
FOUR: R. Helmers, P. Thompson, K. Wilson, C. Thompson, M. Bowman, C. Harms, L. VanLenning, B. Hanna,
E. Nath. ROW FIVE: M. Smith, L. Johnson, C. Carlson, J. Brones, R. Hanson, S. Paulson, S. Otis, L. Klipping,
The purpose of Health Careers is to provide
a better understanding for students, of the different
areas open in the medical field. Through Health
Careers we learn the opportunities and goals that
can be reached by a career in one of these fields.
President Rachel Benson
Vice-President Pam Hugelan
Secretary Kendra Thorsheim
Treasurer Carolyn Knudtson
ROW ONE: I. Arnold, C. Knudtson, P. Hugalen, R. Benson,
K. Thorshieni, M. McCauley, B. Brown. ROW TWO: M.
Lawson, S. Dunn, M. Mitchell, K. Hunter, K. Nielson, I. .
Tonneson,,L. Tweed. ROW THREE: K. Carson, L. Charlson, l W ew
M. Lovick, L. Terhark, J. Hanson, J. Stieff, C. Moore.
President - David Haugen Secretary - Dianne Holland
Vice-President - Danny Holland Treasurer - Danny Schmidt
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ROW ONE: L. Anderson, K. Boman, I.
Guire, J. Berg. ROW TWO: P. Huglen,
Charlson, R. Shaw, D. Kooiman. ROW
Schmidt, D. Haugen, J. Field, I. Rye.
Monson, J. Messer, M. Michaelson, C.
Belsheim, K. Carson, S. Eymann, M. Mangan, S. Berg, J. Olson, M. Mc-
A. Belsheim, C. Carter, M. Trees, J. Messer, B. Banken, D. Hollan, D.
THREE: T. Haugen, L. Larsen, D. Holland, M. Brunsvold, M. Strand, D.
ROW FOUR: W. Olson, A. Mackrill, C. Carter, C. Goldman, E. Lovik, R.
Boman, D. Olson. ROW FIVE: S. Gangstead, T. Forslund, B. Hansen, K.
Bruland, S. Peterson, J. Swanson, V. Felland.
The Satellites Romani are organized to give Latin students, past and present, a better picture of Roman life. On
the agenda for this year were Roman games, a Roman funeral, a Saturnalia CChristmasJ celebration and many other inter-
esting things. The highlight of the year is always the banquet, held in the true Roman style, Next year we are looking
forward to another interesting year.
FRONT ROW: P. Hugelen, L. Weible, E. Hanson, P. Borg, J.
Johnston, L. Oswald, S. Aulick, J. Kingland, D. Holland. ROW
TWO: R. Smith, B. Banken, J. Olson, D. Elman, J. Arnold,
M. Mangan, C. Charlson, P. Rauk, P. Rauk, D. Charlson.
THIRD ROW: R. Helmets, K. Wilson, G. Gahan, F. Klipping,
J. Martin, D. Peterson, J. Levad, M. Eland. FOURTH ROW:
M. Lawson, S. Dunn, L. Murra, K. Foster, B. Gangstead, R.
Shirk, J. Lewis, K. Groh. FIFTH ROW: D. Shiemo, C.
Downing, K. Carson, lvl. McGuire, J. Sargent, M. Book, J.
Charlson, K. Holtan.
The Pep Committees general purpose is to
promote school spirit in the area of athletics. To
accomplish this we had done these following pro-
jects: promote wearing of red and white on game
days and to the game, the selling of permanent
basketball pins and encouraging them to be worn,
providing skits for the pep meetings, promoting
and making signs, the making of hoops for the
games, and assisting the student council in the
With our large group meeting every Wednesday
morning, we have truly had a fine year.
President Libby Weible
Vice-President Pam Hugelen
Secretary Penny McVicker
Treasurer Ellen Hanson
S. Strommen, L. Anderson, B. lngebretson, J. Martin, K. Elman, K. Frien, M. Mangan, P. Hugelen, D. Charlson
E. Nath, S. Blanchet, L. Felland, J. Steiff. ROW TWO: G. Holmen, K. Flugum, L. Van Lenning, S. Eymann, J.
Buckley, J. Johnston, C. Moore, A. Ambroson, D. Coyle, J. Arnold.
Los Conquistadores was established in the interests
of a better cultural understanding of Spain and Spanish
Anieriea. This ideal is reached through films and
guest speakers. The biggest event of the elub's year is
the Christiuas Party, celebrating Christiuas and New
Year's in the best Spanish traditions.
Vice - President
FRONT ROW: lxl. Mitchell, G. Gahan, C. Eyniann, A. Holtan, K. Holtan, D. Rovang, R. Petersen, E. Hanson
Carson, C. Monson, P. Gunderson, T. Gjelten. SECOND ROW: G. Hall, J. Nissen, D. Laruniers, D. Fauske, B
Reisetter, C. Downing, S. Bonian, L. Sparks, G. Holnien, V. Liverea. THIRD ROW: J. Anielsberg, D. Porter L
Klipping J. Jefson, K. Book, J. Pileher, M. Book, P. Holtan, J. Kasik, K. Foster. FOURTH ROW: J. Tonneson I
Sargent, R. Smith, D. Peterson, G. Severson, L. Osnes, L. Macheak, R. Goranson, L. Monson, P. Helvick, D Sou
P. Davis. FIFTH ROW: I. Anielsberg, M. Jorgenson, R. Hayes, L. Stieff, E. jorgenson, B. Shieiuo, S. Novak C
Dunn, S. Hanson, C. Purcell, L. Murra. SIXTH ROW: C. Gujan, R. Hovda, M. Iefson, I. Donahue, I. Galian
Edniundson, T. Frien, D. Gjelten, P. Hedine, F. Kamish.
ROW ONE: S. Brown, l. Carson, R. Peterson, S. Charlson. ROW TWO: D. Haugen, I. Kasik, F. Johnson,
D. Reisetter, B. Gangstead, G. Hall, C. Heeren. ROW THREE: T. Monson, P. Davis, C. Knudtson, N.
Tweeten, L. Pletcher, D. Peterson, S. Knudtson.
The Student Council is the student organiza-
tion that represents the ideas of the student body.
They link the faculty and students together for a President
better and more efficient high school. The Council Vice-Presdient
consists of six members elected from each class. Secretary
Our advisor is the high school principal, Mr. Huse. Treasurer
ROW ONE: B. Almelien, L. Felland, l. Belsheim, S. Strommen, G. Gahan,
J. Steiff, L. Sparks, D. Charlson, D. Holland. ROW TWO: J. Arnold, J.
Olson, S. Dunn, B. Ingehretson, K. Hunter, M. Bowman, C. Nielson, M.
McCauley. ROW THREE: M. Book, M. Brunsvold, H. Wheeler, C. Moore,
B. Davis, T. Anderson, K. Lewis, C. Carter.
Our editor this year is Judi
Steiff and the assistant editor is
Gail Gahan. Our photographer
is Chip Carter and the sponsor is
Mr. Sorenson. The reporters and
students working in cooperation
with these people make our
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Invocation Master of Ceremonies
Lois Felland James Carson
Karen Flugum Audrey Holtan
"Bridges" Thank You from the Class of '66
Ken Lewis Sally Brown
Baccalaureate and Commencement for the class of
1966 passed all too quickly. Sunday evening, the Rev.
Charles Curtis delivered a meaningful message on the
"Three R's of Responsibility, Respect, and Religion".
Commencement came and students became alum-
ni. "Everybody's Going Somewhere" was the chosen
theme for the seven student speakers. Lois Felland de-
livered the Invocation and James Carson was the Master
of Ceremonies. Karen Flugum, Audrey Holtan, and
Ken Lewis gave talks on "Paths, Roads, and Bridges" -
means by which we travel. The highlight of the even-
ing came after Mr. Huse had presented the class of '66
and we were called forward to receive our diplomas
from Mr. Downing and Mr. Oswald. Sally Brown and
Steve Knudtson closed the evening ceremonies with a
Thank You and the Benediction.
Everybody's going somewhere.
Where will we go?
The choice is ours!
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OUTSTANDING GIRL OUTSTANDING BOY
Pauline Borg Ken Lewis
BROOKER CUP AWARD SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
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