Fort Dodge High School - Dodger Yearbook (Fort Dodge, IA)
- Class of 1971
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They make the system
work . . .
They and time work as one to
make things fit,
to give them meaning.
These great people command
great ideas . . .
Great people do great
Only to the very observant
are these great things
Only to the persons who
see is sight given.
F.D.S.H. Welcomes New Principalls Ideas
With Open Arms
Mr. Robert Bargman, new prin-
cipal for FDSH, moved to F.D. from
California. One of the new ideas he
brought with him was the "mini-
coursev. Experts were brought in on
Saturdays to speak on any subject
the students were interested in.
Another project was the revision of
the school handbook. The new one
included pictures, a schedule of
events, rules and general information
about the school and curriculum.
In the Held of exchange programs,
Mr. Bargman set one up within the
U.S. where students could spend a
week at a school in another state.
tionsi' was set up where families of
high school students hosted a get-
together once a month. During
school hours parents were invited
to visit classes or talk to teachers.
Cross-age tutoring was also intro-
duced and this involved both the
high school and elementary level.
Later in the year, Mr. Bargman
organized a "Round Table", foun-
ded to give students a chance to
talk about problems and get to know
their administration better. In the
spring an activity open house
was held, giving the students a
chance to display their achieve-
Forrest Marquis, vice-principal,
assisted Mr. Bargman in his vast
duties. He was in charge of atten-
dance, curriculum, and the duties
of discipline and supervision.
Vernon 'KDutch" Huseman, dir-
ector of athletics, supervised the
entire sports program for grades
K-12. He scheduled games, hired
officials, purchased equipment, and
filed reports with the l.H.S. Athletic
Dr. Earl Berge administered the
policies of the entire school system.
The school board set teachers, salar-
ies and planned the future.
Below: Row one, left to right: Edna Cul-
bertson, Mexie Chism, Eldo Harder, Ed
McNeil. Row two: Joe Rupp, Bonnie Hen-
derson, Ruth Sponheim, Gail Hartman.
Row three: Earlita Kahler, Virginia Mc-
Collam, Geneva Hively, Sheryl Fortune.
Counselors Assist Seniors in
Making Future Plans
The five guidance counselors assisted students with their schedules and informed
them of collegerentrance tests, scholarships, and other information important to their
The office staff aided the administration by keeping permanent records and tran-
scripts, drawing up attendance sheets, mimeographing, and handling other office busi-
The students received assistance in research and reading by the librarians. The
librarians kept track of all books, newspapers, and periodicals which flowed through
the library, and were prepared with information for the teachers and students.
The nurse's office was moved nearer to the office to provide more space. The
nurse administered first aid and kept health records.
Left: School nurse, Bonnie Henderson
takes a chance to play patient. Center:
Ruth Sponheim and Gail Hartman work
after school filing books. Below: Ed Mc-
Neil helps student Connie Hutchinson
with her college plans.
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Top: Mr. Hewett conducts one of his physics classes. Center:
Mr. Anderson prepares to record some grades. Bottom1 Mr.
Cook writes up a daily lesson plan.
Four New Teachers Added to
i Math Department
Latin Instructor Retires After
Fort -one Years at FDSH
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Row one, left to right: Math: John At-
kins, Andrea Balk, William George, Sheryl
Griffith. Row two: Larry Lee, David Pe-
ters, Phil Reed. Science: Lloyd Gayman.
Row 3: Clyde Grey, Dennis Hewett, Don
Miller. Row 4: Darrell Murray, Win Rak-
er, Mildred Taylor.
New courses as well as new instruc-
tors were added to the mathematics de-
partment this year. The new teachers in-
clude Mr. William George who taught
Geometry and Mr. Clyde Gray, Mr. Ro-
land Anderson, and Mr. John Atkins who
all taught General Math courses. Cal-
culator Math was combined with the Gen-
eral Math course this year making a more
Students taking Algebra I and Il, Ge-
ometry, and General Math enjoyed new
textbooks this year.
A new Biology course was offered in
Blue Biology this year. It was "The Atom
Approach" and taught by Mr. Murray.
This course is the molecular approach to
Other charges in the science depart-
ment this year include two teachers, Mr.
Don Miller who taught Biology II and
Mr. Clyde Gray who taught Chemistry.
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Row one, left to right: Languages: Margeretha
Hageman, Roger Snell, Beverly Walker. Row
two: Music: Keith Altemeir, James Huffman,
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Miss Mary Boxwell, Latin instructor in FDSH for forty-one years, retired in
June this year. Miss Boxwell earned her B.A. degree in Grand Island College in
Nebraska and her M.A. at the University of Iowa. Honors and awards included a
summer scholarship for the American Academy in Rome and one for the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin. In 1965 she was elected Fort Dodge Teacher of the Year.
During her teaching career at F DSH thirteen Latin trophies were won for nation-
wide Latin examinations. She was also elected Iowa Chairman of Classical As-
sociation of Midwest and Southern United States. Her future plans include travel.
She has already been to Europe several
1' times and has also been to Asia. In her
travels she did not exclude the United
States where she has visited many states
including Alaska and Hawaii.
1 " The music department provided oppor-
-ga. 1 tunities for students interested in per-
forming and competing. The marching
band played at football games and the
pep band at basketball games. Concerts
were given by the choirs and orchestra,
and in assemblies given throughout the
year, students were entertained by the
A'Capella and concert band. Music theory
class was added to the department and
was taught by Mr. James Huffman.
All three years of art were taught by
Mrs. Eloise Halm. First year students
learned the basics of art, and second
year students concentrated on pottery
and lettering. Third year students worked
on individual projects.
In the past, students have been offered
three years of French, four of Spanish,
and two of German. This year a third
I year of German was added. Language
clubs allowed students to practice the
cultures of their countries.
Top left: Mrs. Halm, art instructor
at FDHS helps one of her students
with her painting. Top right: Miss
Boxwell prepares her lessons for the
day. Center: Mr. Groethe takes time
out from directing a Jazz Lab ses-
sion. Lower left: Mr. Snell advises
Debate besides being the Spanish
Three new teachers were in charge
of the Special Education Department
this year. They were Mr. Tim Con-
nally, Miss Kay VanVickle, and Mr.
Doug Boeckman. The three grades
incl 'ded thirty-six students in total
who ook four regularcoursesg Health
Scie ce, English, Math, and Social
Studies. Juniors spent half a day at
school attending classes and during
the afternoon they went to the Re-
habilitation Center. Senior students
were on the co-op program.
New Social Studies courses for
1970-71, Western Civilization, Con-
tempory World Issues, World Geog-
raphy and Psychology, were offered
to Junior and Senior students. A
study of the roots of western society
from ancient times to the study of
contemporary Europe is contained
in Western Civilization. Contempo-
rary World Issues examines the
problems and conflicts facing na-
tions and groups today. World Geo-
graphy investigates the patterns and
cultures of the wor1d's people. An
exploration into the science of hu-
man behavior helped to make psy-
Top: Mr. Huenink and Miss Harders
were two of the teachers helping chap-
erone the Homecoming dance. Lower:
Mr. Dobbs goes over some assignments
before school begins.
chology an interesting new course.
Social Studies Courses
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Row one, left to right: Tim Connally, Kay Van
Vickle, Doug Boeckmann. Row two: Phil Dobbs,
Connie Goodman, Ronald Hagemarm. Row three:
Norma Hanson, Alvin Huenink, Howard Hughes,
Donald Jacobson. Row four: William Lehmkuhl,
William Lynch, Mary Ann Peterson, Lisle Town-
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This year students enjoyed choosing elective
English courses. Because they were only a sem-
ester long, a larger variety was offered. Courses
added this year included Modern Short Story and
Poetry which emphasized the study of modern
short stories and poetry reflecting important lit-
erary developments of contemporary American
writing. World Literature, also a new course, was
designed for the above average student who was
seeking a greater understanding about people of
other parts of the world. The new Grammar course
was designed for the high school student who felt
he did not have a proper background in funda-
mental grammar, and the Novel course was de-
signed to acquaint students with major novelists
and their influences on man and his society. Each
class chose the novels they studied.
New English teachers were also added to FDSH.
They were: Mrs. Dorothey Carlson, Miss Elizabeth
Kiesau, Miss Tracy Miller, Miss Rochelle Rentsch-
ler, Mrs. Margaret Stallkamp, and Miss Cathryn
Row one, left to right: English: Alan
Borszich, Dorthey Carlson, Rose Marie
Gay, Lucille Gibb. Row two: Kay Harders,
Linda Johnson, Elizabeth -Kiesau, Tracy
Miller. Row three: Gail Niceswanger,
Rochelle Rentschler, Margaret Stallkamp,
New Teachers Predominate in
Left: Mr. Peterson makes use of the library during his study hall super-
vising period. Right: Miss Johnson catches up on her extra paper work.
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Above: Lloyd Patterson supervises his third period
study hall. Below: Coach Nitzke pauses outside the
boy's locker room door.
Row one, left to right: Marvin Berg,
Francis Eberle, Phil Hansen, Kenneth
Johnson. Row two: Jerry Korzendorfer,
Robert Monteith, Fred Moss, Harold Ryun.
Row three: Glenn Yenger, David Cox,
Virginia Hilmers, Janet Reese.
Students spent two hours a week
in physical education. New activities
this year included tennis, archery
and bowling. New teacher, Miss
Virginia Hilrners, helped introduce
The Industrial Arts department
added five new courses to their cur-
riculum. Engineering Graphics in-
volved such areas as drafting and
industrial processes. Building Trade
placed emphasis on house construc-
tion. Power Mechanics was designed
to develop an insight into principles
applied in power-producing ma-
chines, and Basic Electricity explor-
ed electricity and its effects. Graphic
Arts was an introductory course in
the field of printing. New teachers
in the department were Mr. Francis
Eberle, Mr. Harold Ryun and Mr.
Important to all students some time during
their school years is Drivers' Education. This
year simulators were purchased which pro-
vided students with realistic driving situations
without the risks. John Bristol and Dan Dela-
ney were new teachers who joined the de-
partment this year.
Business education helped motivate stu-
dents in business skills. General business,
general sales, bookkeeping, and two years of
typing as well as personal typing were offered.
Secretarial skills were emphasized in the two
years of shorthand which were offered.
Through distributive education and oiiice
programs, seniors receive training by working
Home Economics gave students oppor-
tunities to develop domestic talents. A new
course was open this year to Junior and
Senior girls wishing to discuss problems they
will encounter after leaving school. The areas
of concentration are: personal living, the all
important question of money, and how to
Row 1, left to right: Jean DeBakey, Elaine
Keilhorn, Bonita Proeshold. Row two: Joe
Barker, Erwin Beenken, John Bristol. Row
three: Dan Delaney, Dennie Frederichs, Ken
Gaeth, Joan Harden. Row 4: Phil Linney, Beth
Padget, Judy Payne, Maynard Rossow.
Above: Mrs. Proeshold instructs a
student in the art of frying pork chops.
Center: Mr. Linney tries to convince
his student teacher that there's just
one more class coming in. Below:
Mrs. DeBakey is one of the two Home
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As time cares not for things it
For morning dew will never be
And minds cannot record all
Communication lives in those
The work, the fun, the love . .
A living memory stays with but
Above: Representatives meet in the Little Theatre.
Below left: Sophomore representatives. Sitting, left to right: S. Ruge, J. Rice, L. Sal-
vatore, S, Geer, L. Sears. Standing: K. Bennett, J. Black, J. Hofstad, S. Thomas, M.
Kersten, C. Carlson.
Below right: Officers preside over a meeting. Left to right: Keith Brown, presidentg
Gyreg Fallon, vice-presidentg Dick Rice, secretary.
The biggest change in the 1970-71
of representatives and the election pro
allowed to circulate petitions and each
placed on the ballot as long as he met
voted for nine students. Class officers
enabled the council to progress more
The President and Vice-President
the secretary was a council member
helped the council and the administra
dent body with the council.
Besides being the voice of the stu
school activities. They planned many
thc Twirp Dance, and the Spring Prom.
William Lynch was council advisor.
Student Council involved the number
-pedures. Members of each class were
erson receiving 25 signatures was
ther qualifications. Each class then
ere also members. The smaller group
apidly toward their goals.
ere chosen by the student body and
hosen by the council. These officers
ion work together and linked the stu-
s, the council sponsored many
including the All School Dance,
also sponsored assemblies. Mr.
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Below: Senior representatives. Sitting, left to right: C. Hill, J. Ericksen, K. Beer, K.
Hoover, L. Leege. Standing: M. Chardoulias, B. Turner, B. Peterson, J. Black, J.
Weaton, K. Brown, G. Fallon, J. Magnusson, T. Salvatore, W. Gordon, D. Rice, B.
Above: Junior representatives. Sitting, left to right: R. Peltz, P. Cain, J. Fallon. Stand-
ing: N. Jochims, L. Nelson, M. J. Bock, T. Allen, M. Magnusson, S. Uderman, T. Giere.
DECA and VICA
Combine School Curriculum
With On-The-J ob Training
Programs designed for high school students to learn and prepare for
the world of work were Vocational Industrial Clubs of America QVICAJ and
Distributive Education Clubs of America CDECAJ. Sponsors of these clubs
were Mr. Lloyd Patterson and Mr. Fred Moss, respectively.
VICA members attended school half a day and worked the other half.
All participants of the club belonged to the National and State VICA Clubs.
Various activities included the Leadership Training Conference in Des
Moines, the Employer-Employee Banquet, and the annual spring picnic.
DECA students were instructed in the distribution and marketing of
goods. This club too, went to school half the day, and had on-the-job train-
ing the other half. DECA sponsored bake sales, concession stands, and dis-
W ' Qi Pulls
Above left: VICA boys work at their
Center left: Left to right: DECA officers
included: Deb Sawyer, sec.: Sandy
George, vice-pres.: Aileen Gilbert, treas.:
and Judy Derrig, pres.
Below left: The VICA girls included,
sitting left to right: S. Horton, P. Laird,
D. Rodgers, C. Brehrn, C. Kinney.
Standing: L. Albrecht, P. Andrews, S.
Sommerfeld, M. Martin, D. Osborne,
D. Johnson, missing.
Center right: Sharon Horton makes a
O.E. and A.V. Appl Technical Skills
Above: Members of A.V. were, left to
right: Mr. Berg, M. Hitchkock, T. Scott,
L. Hitchkock, R. Derrig, S. Brewer, P.
Clay, J. Mosbruckar.
Center right: Price Clay checks over a
film in A.V.
Below left: Members of O.E. were, left to
right: Front row: R. Bohn, L. Schultz, R.
Jensen, B. Erickson, E. Allison, L. Zim-
merman. Second row: M. Marshall, M. J.
Heggen, C. Larson, M. Ulicki, R. Prine,
M. Nelson, L. Vigneron, P. Enos.
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A cooperative vocational pro-
gram which required on-the-job
training was Office Education. The
girls who participated in this pro-
gram learned basic office proce-
dures in class and applied them in
office situations. The club advisor
was Miss Joan Harden.
Bake sales, the selling of address
labels, and attendance of the Of-
ficers Training Conference at Iowa
Falls were the activities of O.E. The
highlight of the year was the Em-
ployer-Employee Banquet given to
honor the employers.
An active organization in its fifth
year was Audio-Visual Club. The
purpose of the A.V. club was to
help the faculty in any way they
could with audio-visual equipment.
Members set up film projectors,
tape recorders, and recently the
television equipment. The ten mem-
bers Were advised and instructed by
Mr. Marvin Berg.
Below right: Jim Mosbrucker repairs a
Debaters Compete in arious Forensic Areas
One of the busiest organizations at FDSH was Debate. After spending
a great deal of time researching, the debaters went on many debate trips.
The debate topic for 1970-71 was Resolved: Federal Government should es-
tablish, finance, and administer programs to control air and water pollu-
ion in the U. S.
In debate, there are different levels. They are varsity cross-examina-
tion, second and third year, and novice. Among the various areas in
which they partake are radio speaking, original oratory and extemporan-
The Dodger debaters were under the new leadership of Mr. Roger
Snell. Among the activities they took part in were the Dodger Invitational,
Districts, N.F.L., and I.F.L. During the summer of 1970, Fletch Newsum
spent five weeks researching at Northwestern University in Ill.
Above left. The officers and advisor of
debate, left to right: David Elliot, vice-
pres., Tim Guetzlaff, sec., Fletch New-
sum, pres., advisor, Mr. Snell.
Below center: Tim Guetzlaff and Mike
Roberts read over their notes.
Below left: Members of Debate were:
Front row: D. Elliot, F. Newsum, M.
Roberts, P. Ellsworth. Second row: L.
Anderson, D. Brown, T. Guetzlaff, S.
Berger, G. Osborn.
Below right: Fletch Newsum and Tim
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An active and informed club about the medical world this year was
the Medical Careers Club. Mrs. Bonita Proeschold was the advisor, while
the Medical Auxiliary sponsored it.
The activities of the year started with their chili supper initiation.
Other important programs of the club included a Christmas program for
under-privileged children, a spring luncheon at the hospital, several guest
speakers, and the Powderpuff Girls, Football Game for the March of Dimes
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Above left: left to right, Medical Careers
officers: Linda Leege, cor. sec.g Kathy
Carse, sec.-treas.g Linda Dillon, vice-
pres.g Wilma Pingel, pres.
Above right: Medical Career members
attend their monthly meeting.
Below left: Linda Dillon and Annette
Reeves conduct the initiation ritual.
Below right: The girls at the Powder
Puff game fight for the football.
The largest and most spirited club at
members generating enthusiasm at the
girls made pep signs, a Homecoming
letes. Points given to the girls who par
were totalled for individual awards.
Several new additions were added to
which admitted the members to the ga
council was set up. Representatives
Booster Club, and Pep Club officers dis
create better school spirit. Miss Virgin
Hoover was president.
chool was Pep Club with almost 300
thletic events. Besides cheering, the
oat, and baked cookies for the ath-
icipated in these activities eventually
he club. Special patches were bought
es free of charge. Also, an advisory
rom the three classes, band, Boys'
ussed and coordinated their ideas to
a Hilmers was the advisorg Kathy
Above right: Pep Club officers included:
Christy Champion, treas.g Sue Kurtz,
sec.g Les Drollinger, vice-pres.g Kathy
Center right. Cindy Hill represents cheer-
leaders at a meeting.
Below right: Pep Club girls line the
field Waiting for the team to break the
.H.S. Puts on
An honorary club whose membership was based on scholastic and
leadership ability was National Honor Society. Meetings were held once a
month to plan the various activities. Skits were put on for the school as-
semblies, a Halloween Pizza Party was held, members worked at conces-
sion stands, and the yearly initiation ceremony was conducted.
Above left: Members of N.H.S. include
sitting, left to right: L. Hockel, L. Kiel-
horn, D. Beverlin, K. Hoover, K. Beer,
S. Wiegman. Second row: J. Heckmann,
M. Hays, E. Ewen, M. Roberts, pres., C.
Hovick, K. Licht, R. Wretman, C. Weil-
and, B. Secor. Third row: L. Leege, T.
Flattery, M. Cox, C. Peters, sec.g G.
Fallon, vice-pres., A. Kobs, P. Hartigan,
treas., W. Pingel.
Below left: N.H.S. puts on skit for home-
coming assembly. Sitting: Chuck Peters,
Greg Fallon. Standing: Linda Kielhorn,
Linda Hockel, Kathy Hoover.
Above right: Mike Roberts casually pre-
sides over a meeting.
Below right: Chuck Peters bites into a
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Above right: Diane Root presides over meeting.
Above center: Officers of the club are K. Savery, treas.5 K. Carse, sec.g D. Root,
A. Reeves, vice-pres.
Below center: An organizational meeting. Left to right: Mike Cole, Kathy Savery,
Oppedahl, Joe Kudron.
The Junior Civitan Club began
its second year at FDSH. The ser-
vice club, open for all classes, gave
the students the opportunity to
serve the community and the
school. The advisors were Mr.
William Lehmkuhl and Mr. Bill
Highland, a member of Senior
The clubis activities included
sponsoring a bake sale, selling
ghost policies at Halloween, paint-
ing the interior of the Mission-in-
the-Valley, and selling Fun and
The publicity, project, member-
ship, and constitution committees
helped organize the club. The chair-
men of these committees were
members of the board of directors.
A seminar at Greenlake, Wis-
consin, sponsored by Civitan In-
ternational, was held during
August. Five members of the club
were chosen to attend by the local
Latin Initiates New S.P.Q.R. Club
The S.P.Q.R. means Senate and
Roman People and consists of third
and fourth year Latin students.
This year there were two clubs, the
Senior S.P.Q.R. and the newly or-
ganized Junior S.P.Q.R. The ad-
visor was Miss Mary Boxwell.
Early in the year, a potluck din-
ner was held to initiate new mem-
bers. The dinner climaxed a nine
week probation period for the pros-
The annual Roman Dinner in
May was the big project. The club
invited all other Latin students to
attend. Each person was required
to be in costume and the program
consisted of Roman food, Latin
songs, and original skits.
Above left, left to right: Senior Latin
Club officers Were: S. Wiegman, sec., B.
Lindeberg, treas.g M. Netland, pres.g K.
Center left, left to right: Junior Latin
Club officers were: D. Blankenhage,
treas.g C. Crawford, sec., J. Bice, vice-
pres., R. Melton, pres.
Above right: Jeanne Crandall watches
part of the initiation.
Below right: The initiates had to go
through a ritual ceremony.
Bo si Booster Club and Key Club Reorganize
This year Key Club, which was
formerly active at FDSH, was re-
organized with Mr. Don Jacobsen
as advisor. It was a club which
strove to serve the community and
Different activities they spon-
sored this year were a tape dance,
a basketball game with the Kiwanis
Club, Rat Race Week, and a tri-
Boys, Booster Club created and
stimulated school spirit. They
cheered at all the games, made a
Homecoming float, and put on skits
for the assemblies. Brad Turner
was president and Mr. Doug Wine-
bright was the clubis sponsor.
Center: Key Club rests on the bench at
Above: Chuck Peters attends a Key
Above center: Brad Turner, president,
listens to questions at a Key Club meet-
Below: Brad Turner sells Booster Shirts
to John Hagge and Craig Burbank.
Publications Strive to Reflect
And Inform School
One of the more industrious or-
ganizations this year was the Big
Dodger Staff. They met each day
during fourth period and many
nights after school to complete the
yearbook. A trip to the Iowa High
School Press Association State Con-
vention at Ames was made to learn
the techniques of creating a better
A new addition to the Big Dod-
ger was made by having individual
pictures of the underclassmen. Also
new this year was the publishing
company and a new, more modern
style for the book. One hold-over
idea from last year was the 9 x 12
size book. This year's editor was
Barb Beers and the advisor was
Mrs. Margaret Stallkamp.
The Little Dodger staff with a
seven-man editorial board put out
the school paper twice a month.
Their goals were to reflect and an-
alyze the attitudes of the student
body and provide an outlet for stu-
dent expression, as well as print
what was happening around school.
This was the first year the paper
was printed at the high school in-
stead of at the Messenger Printing
Company. Mr. Johnsons printing
classes were in charge of this.
Pictures and art work made the
paper more enjoyable to read and
helped to project its purpose. Kris
Beer was this yearls editor and
John Hagge was the artist.
Above right: Barb Beers, editor, comments on
a section in the yearbook.
Center left: Tom Narigon adjusts a negative
on the enlarger.
Center right. Donna Garrett and Maureen
Clarke do their homework during a quiet Big
Below left: The Little Dodger members were,
left to right: C. Echternacht, W. Pingel, D.
Fisher, R. Brown, S. Wiegman, K. Beer,
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Above left, Members of Big Dodger were, left to right:
M, Vasbinder, M. Mulder, C. Echternacht, S. Isaacson,
Center left: Christy Champion and Cindy Echternacht
discuss the Big Dodger.
Center right: Kris Beer, editor of Little Dodger, types an
Below left: The Little Dodger staff takes a break.
Publications Staffs Struggle Wlth Deadllnes
Top: Barb Beers attempts to concentrate as Linda Kjelhorn and
Mary Vasbinder discuss a yearbook layout.
Lower right: Mike Roberts impresses the Little Dodger staff with
expert balancing ability.
Lower left: Marla Bell works on the advertising layout.
Youth Forum Learns of Local Drug Problem
Above left: Youth Forum officers were: Standing, left to right: Dean Blobaum, vice-
pres.g Mark Stratmoen, treas.g Steve Ecklund, pres. Sitting: Marge Hays, sec.
Below left: Members discuss the program presented.
Above right: Eric Ewen arrives at a meeting.
Below right: Marge Hays reads the minutes.
Youth Forum held their monthly meet-
ings to inform the members about topics
of todafy. Usually speakers were the high-
light 0 ' the meeting. Mr. Bargman, prin-
cipal of FDHS, spoke on International
Youth Exchange programs and his expe-
riences with them. Members of the Area
5 Council on Drug Abuse also spoke, re-
lating the local and state-wide drug sit-
uation. Field trips were planned, and the
annual spring picnic was held to elect
new officers. Sponsors were Miss Norma
Hanson and Mr. Lisle Townsend.
FTA Attends ICCC Prospective Teacher's Da
Future Teachers' Club drew
many girls who were interested in
teaching. To broaden their knowl-
edge of education, the members
articipated in Future Teachers
ay at ICCC. The girls toured the
campus and attended classes. The
Delta Kappa Gamma Sorority of
teachers held a tea for all FTA
members. Visitation Day was held
to give the girls a chance to teach
an elementary class. This provided
an opportunity to see if the girl was
interested in teaching. Advisors
were Mrs. Mary Ann Pedersen and
Mrs. Lucille Gibb.
Above left: Joy Wiegamn eyes the re-
freshments after a meeting.
Above right: FTA members listen to a
guest speaker on education.
Center right: A question is raised by one
of the members.
Below left: FTA club officers were, left
to right: Sharyl Barton, v.-pres.g Susie
Breitwieser, sec.-treas. Standing: Pam
Knudson, historiang Betsy Lindeberg,
Above left: Chamber choir included: First
row, left to right: B. Robson, L. Drol-
linger, M. Stratmoen, D. Hanneman, D.
Birchmeier, C. Nelson, W. Gordon, D.
Beverlin, M.A. Garton. Second row: K.
Benegas, S. Ecklund, D. Elm, D. Mes-
serly, C. Weiland, K. Brown, C. Wen-
hardt, M.K. Buckendahl, J. Jordison, T.
Wiewel. Third row: M. Netland, L. Akins,
J. Harris, L. Holtorf, S. Anderson, S.
Wiegman, J. Bircher, K. Theiss, S. John-
son, K. Licht. Above right: Section of
A Capella listens to others practice. Cen-
ter left: Mr. Mitchell gives directions to
choir. Center right: All state singers in-
cluded: First row: K. Benegas, M. Maid-
en, D. Beverlin, L. Tuttle, C. Weiland, L.
Drollinger, G. McClurg, D. Birchmeier.
Second row: K. Theiss, J. Harris, J.
Bircher, S. Anderson, D. Messerly, J.
Holtorf, L. Holtorf. Below: Madrigal choir
included: First row, standing: J. Burke,
L. Mernka, J. Windler, R. Williams, K.
McDermott. Second row: J. Wiegman, D.
Paulin. Third row: M. Thompson, G. Mc-
Clurg, L. Tuttle, J. Holtorf, L. Michiel.
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, M. Clausen, D. Lumsden, M. Maiden, L. Mortenson, K. Benegas, K. McDermott, J.
L. Akins, C. Nelson, L. Drollinger, D. Paulin, D. Beverlin, T. Wiewel, D. Elm,
Third row: E. Ewen, C. Wenhardt, J. Weaton, E. Law, K. Guthrie, D. Guthrie,
row: B. Weaton, W. Gordon, J. Bircher, G. McClurg, S. Johnson, D. Messerly, M.
Extreme left: Officers of A Capella were,
left to right: Steve Anderson, pres.:
Wayne Gordon, sec.-treas., and John
Center left: A Capella meets for daily
Center right: A Capella sings at Christ-
Below: Linda Hockel accompanies choir.
An organization that involved
many students who devoted much
time and effort was A Capella. They
practiced daily to achieve a blended
tone. A Capella consisted of junior
and senior members who audi-
tioned the previous year. The 73
member choir participated in many
activities throughout the year in-
cluding: the annual Christmas con-
cert, Music Theatre Day at UNI,
All-State Music Festival in Des
Moines, Dorian Music Festival at
Luther College, and the Winter Or-
chestra Concert. Select groups of
A Capella included the Chamber
Choir, composed of seniors, and the
Madrigal Choir, composed of ju-
The Vocal music department also
included sophomore choirs and a
Sophomore Select Choir. The Select
Chorus presented a program for the
ninth grade choirs. Mixed Chorus,
comprised of juniors and seniors,
gave concerts for the elementary
schools. Mr. Larry Mitchell directed
all vocal groups.
Sophomore select included: First row,
left to right, standing: J. Carlson, G.
Wing, M. Beisser, C. Swanson, J. Rice, J.
Johnson, M. Rosalez. Second row: S.A.
Johnson, L. Ecklund, P. Ellsworth, D.
Van Gundy, L. Fogde, C. Scott, K. Drol-
linger, J. Amo. Third row: S. Thomas. R.
Licht, J. Borway, S. Smith, A. Saboe, S.
Dannenbring. Fourth row: C. Buttrick,
R. Jones, D. Brown, L. Osborne, R. Har-
ris, N. Duffy, R. Peterson.
Center left: Mixed Chorus included: First
row, left to right, standing: C. Presler, J.
Swanstrom, C. Buck, B. Foster, B. Pecoy,
J. Collins, M. Giles, sec., K. Rush, P.
Danner, E. Fitzner, L. Nold, D. Lockner,
J. Benegas, B. Tewksbury. Second row:
K. Crouch, C. Everhart, L. Osterberg, B.
Saeger, J. Hanson, vice-pres., J. Berge,
S. Hutchinson, treas., V. Leathers, S.
Issacson, K. Fuller, C. Halligan. Third
row: C. Carlise, B. Matson, R. Peltz,
pres., R. Lewis, R. Bell, O. Ford, J.
Metier, J. Schultz, G. Webb, D. Wood-
ard, S. Peterson.
Below: Members of Mixed Chorus listen
to Mr. Mitchell.
Center right: Jan Berge and Joan Han-
son read music.
Bands Perform in Various Concerts
Row one, left to right: Members of Jazz Lab were: C. Wenhardt, W. Pingel, M. Oleson,
T. Narigon, D. Birchmier. Row two: P. Dunn, M. Sheker, R. Brown, S. Barbour, M.
Short. Row three: J. Slagle, G. Meiners, R. Hansch, C. Newman, R. Post.
The instrumental music depart-
ment had l30 students participat-
ing. Concert Band, directed by Mr.
Keith Altemier, performed in the
Winter Concert, Tri City Festival,
and Springtasia. The band was se-
lected to play at the Iowa Band
Masters' Association. Marching
Band officers also were Concert
Mr. James Huffman directed
Concert Orchestra. They presented
the Christmas Concert, String Con-
cert and the Spring Concert. Tradi-
tional pieces dominated their pro-
grams. Officers were: Wilma Pingel,
pres., Greg McClurg, vice-pres., Les
Varsity Band, directed by Mr.
John Grothe, presented concerts at
schools throughout the year and
participated in the Winter Concert.
Jazz Lab combined jazz and rock
in Perspectives, the UNI concert
and one at Jefferson. Mr. Grothe
also directed this group.
Row one, left to right: Members of Varsity Band were: S. Barnett, M. McClure, P. Dischler, M. Giles, P. Johnson, S. Walker,
L. Inman, V. Crouch, C. Wieberg. Row two: L. Mortenson, K. Mosbrucker, K. Krivolavy, C. Parle, P. Neeson, R.M. Klingson, lX'l.
Cox, S. Smith, D. Short. Row three: G. Jacobsen, D. Pohl, S. Nelson, C. Thomas, P. Pride, D. Beverlin, S. Joslin, K, McDermott,
C. Fletcher. Row four: D. Ditzenberger, T. Graves, B. Wilson, T. Cox, B. Grimsley, F. Carlson, S. Ashton, L. Osborne. Row five:
M. Rosalez, G. Tiffany. M. Pettit, D. Gullickson, J. Nordstrom, C. Wetzel, B. Habhab.
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Concert Band members included: Row one, left to right: J. Bowman, S. Heckmann, B. Rusnak. B. Redman. D. Replogle, D.
Hutchison, J. Collins, W. Pingel. T. Koester. L. Cuckic, J. Callicott, D. Lozcl. Row two: J. Hanson, L. Leege, S. Lunn, D. Rhodes,
P. Danner, S. Bartik, D. Pingel. L. Akins, S. Graef, C. Wenhardt. E. Ewen. T. Allen. S. Dannenbring, D. Keyser, K. Abbott, A.
Truax. Row three: C. Nelson, L. Drollinger. K. Benegas. K. Mathey, L. Michehl, S. Crane. C. Everhart. D. Link. R. Banwell, M.
Fox, D. Elliot, P. Bangert, C. Hieronimus, T. Narigon, T. Coleman. M. Oleson. J. Marsh. L. Dillon. Row four: D. Hanneman, D.
Burke, D. Birchmeier, P. Mandelko, P. Dunn, J. Hulett, D. Sickmann, C. Newman. G. McClurg, R. Hansch. R. Knight, R. Jones,
D. Ashenfelter, D. Messerly, R. Newman, M. Sheker, S. Barbour. R. Brown. Row five: L. Tuttle. J. Peters, M. Kersten. M. Mid-
delstadt, J. Slagle. M. Short. L. Lundgren.
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Concert Orchestra members included: Row one, left to right: M. Roberts, B. Secor. D. Peterson, B. Dean. B. Saeger, C. Hiero-
numus, J. Slagle, J. Jordison. Row two: L. Drollinger, N. Hearn, C. Swanson, L. Nelson, Row three: J. Johnson, K. Drollinger,
P. Keigley, L. Steinhoff, C. Young, J. Hulett, W. Pingel. J. Callicott, J. Collins, B. Rusnak, B. Redman, C. Wenhardt, S. Graef.
S. Johnson, D. Brown. Row four: M. Fox, D. Elliot, C. Newman, G. McClurg, R. Hansch, R. Brown. M. Short. S. Barbour. Row
five: L. Tuttle, M. Middelstadt, L. Lundgren. T. Narigon, C. Wetzel.
Marching Band, Dodgerettes Give Half Time Shows
Marching Band, under the di-
rection of Mr. Keith Altemier,
performed the half time show
for home football games. Various
marching formations were cre-
ated by the 150 member band.
Drum majors chosen by the band
were Linda Leege and Colin
Wenhardt. Officers included: Co-
lin Wenhardt, pres.: Randy
Hansch, vice-pres.: Charlie New-
man, sec.: and Dan Replogle,
The Dodgerettes, a team of 19
pompon girls, accompanied the
Marching Band in the halftime
activities. Their sponsor was
Mrs. Jackie Wilde.
Center: The Dodgerettes in-
cluded: First row, l to r, Kathy
Rusk, Pam Danner, Donna Pau-
lin, Laura Holtorf, Rosanette
Williams, Cyndie Weiland, Mari-
anne VVoods, Dee Beverlin, Kar-
en Manos. Second row: Barb
Robson, Patti Wells, Jane Mai-
wurm, Sue Blunt, Michelle Hig-
gins, Chris Henricks, Mary Jo
Bock, Deanna Beletti, Renness
Gadbury, Diane Durian.
Bottom left: Charlie Newman heads
the squad during summer practice.
Bottom right: Greg McClurg and
Randy Hansch look out the bus
Sans Souoi Combines Language and Culture
Center left: Sue Kurtz and Janet
Heckmann find out something very
surprising during a French Club
Above: Mrs. Walker explains French
culture to the club.
Below right: French Club officers
Were, left to right: Pat Hartigan,
sec.g Jim Magnusson, sergeant at
armsg Jeff Harris, pres.g Sherry Sil-
ver, vice-pres.g and Sally Hager,
Sans Souci, the French Club
at Fort Dodge Senior High, held
their annual Christmas party in
December at the Country Club.
Jeff Harris, accompanied by
Mark Stratmoen, entertained
before the dinner which consis-
ted of French food. Club mem-
bers sang Christmas carols and
presente a skit following the
Other meetings included
talks on French culture and an
international dinner in which
members of the various foreign
language clubs contributed food
native of their country. Mrs.
Beverly Walker was advisor of
German Club Carols at Christmas
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guage in class.
Center left: Members have a good
time at a meeting. The people are:
l. to r.: Dennis Lenz, Scott Anderson,
Ron Lewis, Mike Linke, Roxanne
Beisch, Marge Hays, Kathy Wallace,
Center right: Doug Dean, Craig Bur-
bank, and Jack La Baume sing at a
Bottom: German Club officers were:
First row sitting l. to r.: Craig Bur-
bank, pres.g Kathy Wallace, treas.g
Second row: Jack La Baume, vice-
pres., Marge Hays, sec.
German Club in its third year
of existence, met regularly to
discuss topics of interest, and
learn new games and songs of
German heritage. Mrs. Marga-
retha Hagemann was the spon-
The clubis Christmas party
was held Dec. 17, The members
traveled to three rest homes sing-
ing German Christmas carols. A
dinner followed with German
dishes prepared by the members.
Later in the year, the annual in-
itiation picnic was held. The new
first year members were initiat-
ed, and again German food was
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Above Right: A Spanish Club mem-
ber attempts to break the piiiata.
Center Left: Spanish oflicers, left to
right. Sitting: Marilyn Cox, pres.g
Skip Lingreen, sec.g Sue Peterson,
treas.g Karen Manos, vice-pres.
Below right: Joy Peters and Becky
Robinson enjoy themselves.
Below Left: Marilyn Cox ties the
knot with Fletch Newsom.
The main event for the 1970-
71 Spanish Club at FDSH was
their annual Christmas party
held in December. The party in-
cluded a dinner, Spanish carols,
and the breaking of a pinata.
A bake sale was held in No-
vember in order for the club to
rent the film "Behold a Pale
Horsen. The club also celebrated
Pan American Day in April.
This included a potluck dinner
of Spanish foods.
The club had a new advisor
this year, Mr. Roger Snell.
Take Her, Sheps Mine Is
Year's First All School Pla
The all-school play, "Take Her,
She's Mine," was presented to
the public on November 12 and
13. Originally the comedy was
run on Broadway, and later made
into a movie.
The plot revolved around two
American girls at college and
their encounters with li e. The
first part presented the girls
learning about life and moved to
where they became more mature
and started thinking about mar-
Try-outs for the play were held
during the week of September 22
to October 2. Mr. Gail Niceswan-
ger, director, chose the cast: Kim
Windschanz, Mitch Seaver, Ka-
thy Hoover, Lisa Jurgens, Betty
Saeger, Scott Gernhardt, Pat
Hartigan, Carol Smith, John Me-
tier, Gerry Tiffany, Jim Gibson,
Dwight Guthrie, Scott Bauder,
Joy Wiegman, Mike Sharpman,
and Linda Tuttle.
Above: A father defends his daugh-
ter's honor in this scene with Mitch
Seaver, Kathy Hoover, Scott Bauder,
and Scott Gernhardt. CMessenger
Lower left: Kim Windschanz and
Dwight Guthrie converse in a res-
taurant scene as Pat Hartigan and
John Metier dance in the back-
ground. CMessenger Photob
Lower right: College social activities
are discussed by Kim Windschanz,
Carol Smith, and Pat Hartigan. CMes-
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And the bend in the distance
Could bend to an even Wider one.
Remember student life and the narrow road
You followed with your friends.
And that special friend . . .
Hours of laughter . . .
And plans . . .
And tears . . .
Memories but not hangups.
Lengthen your stride
To cover the Wide road.
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hours went into the preparation of
floats with the theme being com-
mercials. Despite this, the parade
was not held due to bad weather.
The crowning of queen Barb Paul-
son took place during the assembly.
Her attendants Were, left to right:
Linda Leege, Sue Hoover, Kris Beer,
Pat Hartigan, Sue Sjurson and Sue
Kurtz. After the game against Ma-
son City, a dance was held for the
first time at the Elks Club.
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Is Required To Pay." During the week
it is customary for the girl to pay for
all the expenses including those the
night of the dance. King Jerry Black,
2nd from left, was crowned at the
dance. His attendants were, L to Rg
Mike Hoffman, Chris Ruge, Tim
Sweeney, Jim Magnussun, and Doug
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11-First Sock Hop
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But with each other.
Side by side they form
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Capable of building bridges and worlds
But we canlt forget
That each is an individual
With separate goals
And separate roads to follow.
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Was opened to these young men
bove right: Maureen Hill sings "Up
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Right: Varsity Cheerleaders for 1970-71
vlrere, Row one: Julie Jordison, Jane
ricksen. Row twog Mary Ann Garton,
ally Hager, Cindy Hill. Row three: Barb
eers, Les Drollinger. Top: Maureen Hill,
lflow: Barb Beers and Aleta Olson as
t e Dodgers take the lead.
QW ll Cheerleadersl
Ten varsity cheerleaders were
elected in spring of 1970. They prac-
ticed QO hours a Week during the
summer perfecting cheers and
chants. Aug. 9-15 they attended the
International Cheerleading Foun-
dation clinic held in Cedar Falls.
Throughout the week they listened
to lectures on self-discipline, school
spirit, and the planning of pep as-
semblies. They were taught cheers,
gymnastics, chants, and pompom
routines by 5 ICF staff members.
At the end of the week over 300
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girls from all over the midwest met
in competition. The FDSH cheer-
leaders were awarded third place
behind Council Bluffs and Shawnee
Miss Virginia Hilmers, who was
a cheerleader herself for seven years,
acted as the advisor and helped the
squad through fall, winter, and
The sophomore squad was ex-
panded to six members who were
elected in the fall of 1970 and
cheered for the sophomores all year.
Diane Rupp and Laurie Sears lead the
pep club during a sophomore basketball
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were: Kathi Marchi, Mary Isaacson,
Diane Rupp, Laurie Sears, Luann Acker-
man, and Lettie Lumsden.
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,Iordison leads cheers at a pep rally.
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row, 1. to r.: S. Harty, R. Schill, T. Rupp,
D. Robson, S. Uderman, S. Stiles, W.
Gordon, T. Salvatore, J. Hagge, B. He-
man, M. Magnusson, J. Livasy, K. Fies-
ler. Row two: J. Baker and A. Caladrine,
managers, J. Holtorf, B. Weaton, C. Den-
nis, J. LaBaume, B. Woods, J. Peters,
S. Slagle, R. Kiliper, K. Guthrie, E. Law,
J. Weaton, R. Hendrickson, T. Sanders,
B. Wing, Doug Seltz. Row three: M.
Chardoulias, A. Boutchee, J. Davidson,
J. Beers, J. Landes. M. Peterson, T.
Sweeney, J. Suhr, A. Deal, J. Hilken,
B. Saigh, T. Pinneke, C. Hovick, D. Dean,
P. Koppen, G. Osborn, manager.
y Dodgers Place 6th in Big Eight Competition
COACHES-L. to r.: Dave Cox, John
Peterson, Darrel Murray. Phil Dobbs.
Fort Dodge High School football
coach Dave Cox had thirteen re-
turning lettermen and a host of
juniors as the Dodgers entered this
year's schedule. The Dodgers fin-
ished the year with a 2-7 record
and finished sixth in the Big Eight.
The Dodgers won over Mason City
During the season, the Dodgers
held powerful West Waterloo to
twelve points in what was labeled
as a great defensive effort. In the
season finale, the Lionis Charity
Game, the Dodgers hosted rated
Des Moines Lincoln. Although the
Dodgers gave a good effort, Des
Moines Lincoln won by the score of
Coaches for the year were Dave
Cox, head coach, Darrel Murray,
John Peterson, and Phil Dobbs, as-
Top: Dodger defense comes through.
Above: Coach Cox gives last minute in-
Above Right: Scott Stiles eludes a would
Right: Dodger offense sets up.
. . 0 Carroll
Kuemper ...... 20
. . 6 Cedar Falls .... 26
. . 12 Ames ......... 34
. . O West -
Waterloo ...... 12
. . 12 Mason City ..... 7
. . 7 Marshalltown . . . 21
. . 14 East
Waterloo . . . . . 66
,.18 Newton .... ...7
. . 6 Des Moines
Lincoln ....... 18
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Below: Ron Lentsch reaches for a pass.
Below Right: Tony Salvatore cuts for
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The Fort Dodge High School
sophomore football team Hnished
their season with a 1-6 record. The
lone win came over Carroll Kuem-
Under the direction of new head
coach Don Miller and John Bristol,
the sophomores learned the funda-
mentals of football. From the end of
August on, the team worked hard
in practice to perfect their specific
skills. They gained much exper-
ience, which will prepare them for
their varsity careers. Over thirty
boys were out for this yearls team.
Fort Webster City . . .
Fort Cedar Falls
Fort Boone . . .
Fort Storm Lake
Fort Marshalltown . . .
Sophomore Football SquadiFront row,
1. to r.: F. Hutchinson, S. Engeman, R
Kopish, R. Janssen, L. Chingren, B
Scharf, S. Haviland, R. Crouse, K. Fuller
Row two. J. Hepburn, manager, A. Fe
vold, B. Beck, L. Osborne, D. Phillips, J
Grell, B. Fawkes, M. Jamieson, A. Olson
N. Henderson, P. Brinton. Row three
Coaches: J. Bristol, D. Miller, D. Adair
S. Zuspann, A. Chingren, D. Thode, C
Clark, B. Ranes, B. Deal, T. Tripp, S
Salter, G. Weurflein, R. Behrens. Not pic
tured: R. Brawdy, M. Habhab, J. Kirby
T. Mortensen, J. Rogers, T. Trueblood, B
Hart and J. Classen, managers.
Dodger Sophomores Win
Over Carroll Kuemper
This year's cross-country squad,
y ' ' by ,I.H. Nitzke, finished the
season with a perfect dual meet rec-
olrd. High points of the season in-
cluded placing first in the Mason
City, Humboldt and Eagle Grove ln-
sfitationalsg placing second in the
state Mile Team Raceg and placing
ninth in the State Cross-Country
l During the season, senior John
Boutchee set a new school record in
tlae mile run with a time of 4:28.8.
Above: Denny LaFol1ette warms up.
Right: Al Cibert hits the tape.
F.D ...... 25 Webster City
F.D ....,. 18 Humboldt . .
F.D ...... 20 Eagle Grove
F.D ...... 15 Carroll
Kuemper . . .
Ames Invitational .........
Webster City Invitational . . .
Mason City Invitational . . .
State Meet ............
F.D ...... 20 Eagle Grove
F.D ...... 6 Carroll
Kuemper . .
F.D ...... 7 Humboldt .
F.D ...... 15 Webster City
Humboldt Invitational .......
Big Eight Meet ............
Eagle Grove Invitational . .
State Meet ...........
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M. Oppedahl, L. Jonas, J. Bout- O. Ford, J. Magnusson. P. Birocci, D.
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Bottom: Chris Ruge concentrates before
Middle: Team members form city initials. "F" formation: First column: M. Morrow, T. Michefelder, M. Hoffman, T. Giere, C,
Ruge, B. Kalsiem. Second column: D. Garst, M. Kennedy. Third column: T. Trainer, D. Williams. "D" formation: First column:
M. Klein, S. Dannenbring, M. Kersten, T. Cox, D. Morrow, J. Giere. Second column: T. Lawler, J. Rogers, J. Cain, B. West, D.
Swimmers Face Tough Foes,
Win Three Meets
i The Fort Dodge High School
iswimmers finished the 1970-71 sea-
ison with a dual meet record of 3-8
iunder head coach Kenneth Gaeth.
lNew records highlighted the team's
lseason. Tom Giere went undefeated
Qin dual competition and set a new
fvarsity record for six dives at 277.60
'Bruce West also went undefeated in
dual meets and swam the 100 yard
backstroke in 59.4 seconds a new
Fort Dodge Senior High varsity rec-
ord. The swimming team placed
,fourth in the Ames relays in Jan-
fuary. In the Big Eight Meet in Feb-
ruary, Tom Giere placed first in
idiving while the team as a whole
I The swimming team consisted of
.three seniors, eleven juniors and
four sophomores. They practiced
every day after school for approxi-
'mately four months at the YMCA
pool. The swimmers practiced en-
durance, form, and speed in prepa-
ration for their meets. Co-captains
for the season were Chris Ruge and
Top left: Dodger swimmers are set for
Top right: Tom Giere takes to the air.
Right: Dan Harp prepares to enter the
Individual Records Setg
Giere, West Undefeated
FD ..... 32 D.M.
Roosevelt . . . . 63
FD ..... 30 West
Waterloo ...... 65
FD ..... 52 Mason City .... 43
FD ..... 37 Ames ........ 57
FD ..... 28 Cedar Falls .... 67
FD ..... 28 Marshalltown . . . 67
FD ..... 65 Boone ........ 30
FD ..... 38 Mason City .... 57
FD ..... 42 Cedar Falls .... 52
FD ..... 65 Boone ........ 30
FD ..... 29 Sioux City
Central ....... 66
Ames Relays ............. . . . 4th
Big Eight Meet ..,..... . . . 6th
Top left: Tom Giere takes on last breath.
Top right: Bruce West swims to another
Left: Terry Cox exerts himself in prac-
VARSITY WRESTLERS-Front row, l. man, D. LaFollette, J. Black Row two B Woods R Thompson R Kiliper P
to r.: S. Horton, D. Jones, J. Black, J. M4 Th0mPS0H, D- Undefbufg M Nellalid Koppen B Horton
Black, D. Zuspann, J. Livasy, I. Mussel-
Dodgers Finish Fourth in Big Eight Competition
The varsity wrestlers completed
a successful season this year under
the direction of new head coach Don
Miller and assistant John Atkins.
The new coaches stressed the pin,
takedown, leg control, and cradle.
The wrestlers were taught that it
takes four things to win-condition-
ing, heart, talent and confidence.
. Highlights of the season included
the first win over Eagle Grove since
1960 and placing second in the
Eagle Grove Invitational. Although
they lost to Britt in the Eagle Grove
Invitational, the wrestlers beat
them in a big dual meet. In their
third year of competition in the Big
Eight, the Dodgers placed fourth.
The Dodgers competed in District
Competition in an elimination for
the State meet.
Right: Coaches Don Miller and John At-
kins shout their encouragement.
Row one, left to right: B, Hart, student mgr D Robson B Law B Putnam G Mericle C Hovick S Havelin K Messerly D
Halligan, A. Deal. Row two: G. Horton, A Chingren L Chingien D Adair S Zuspann K Fieslei B Deal N Hanson D
Hearn. Row three: J. Hepburn, student mgr S Barboui student mgi D Heain G Jeffers A Fevold L Jonas T Gumm J
Garret, R, Crouse,J. Holtorf, K. McManos, M Mmaid S Ashton J Luson T Johnson
J .V. Completes Season With 10 4 Record
Under the direction of Coach John
Atkins, the junior varsity wrestlers
compiled an overall record of 10-4 in
dual competition. Two outstanding
wins of the year were against Eagle
Grove, 35-9, and Ames, 43-3.
SEASON RECORD 10-4
FD 35 - Eagle Grove 9
FD 20 - Algona 22
FD 43 - Ames 3
FD 22 - Britt 19
FD 8 - West Waterloo 32
FD 31 - Mason City 8
FD 33 - Marshalltown 11
FD 19 - East Waterloo 22
FD 28 - Humboldt 15
FD 30 - Newton 20
FD 23 - Cedar Falls 17
FD 48 - Carroll-Kuemper 0
FD 21 - Iowa Falls 22
FD 33 - Clarion 9
Randy Killiper relaxes after another vic
Varsity Basketball Team-Front row, l. to r.: S. Stiles, B. Peterson, J. Magnusson, G. Fallon, T. Sweeney, P. Birocci, S. Van
Gundy, R. Lentsch, D. Goodrich, S. Harty. Row two: H. Hamilton. S. Howard. G. Mains, R. Brown, J. Fallon, G. Torgerson, J.
Suhr, P. Zierke, C. Jochimson, D. Behrens, M. Magnusson.
Dodgers Finish Third in Big Eight
The Fort Dodge Senior High
School varsity basketball team, un-
der the direction of head coach
Dutch Huseman and assistant coach
Dave COX, compiled an 11-7 record
for the 1970-1971 season.
The Dodgers started out the sea-
son big, with wins over Cedar Falls
and Carrol Kuemper by margins of
19 and 24 oints respectively.
Things cooled clown after that, but
the Dodgers came back and finished
third in the Big Eight. Highlights of
the season include dual wins over
Marshalltown and a revenge win
over Mason City at Mason City.
Individually, the Dodgers had two
members on the All Big Eight hon-
orary teams. Scott VanGundy was
elected to the first team and Jim
Magnusson was selected for second
Left: Assistant coach Dave Cox and head
coach Dutch Huseman.
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Cedar Falls . . .
FD . . . 85 Carroll Kuemper . . 61
FD . . . 72 East Waterloo . . . . 61
FD 72 53
FD . . . 61 West Waterloo . . .
Mason City ......
FD . . . 65 Marshalltown . . . .
Webster City . .
FD . . . 74 Clarion ........ , 36
FD . . . 76 Newton ....... . 74
FD . . . 70 Cedar Falls ..... . 77
FD . .. 57 Ames ......... . 73
East Waterloo .... 67
FD . . . 70 West Waterloo . . .
Mason City ......
FD . . . 73 Marshalltown . . . .
Left: Bruce Peterson sets up a play. Below
Left: Greg Fallon attempts to block a shot.
Below Right: Magnusson connects for two,
Dodgers Compete in Tough Big Eight Conference
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Above Right: Dodgers take a breather.
Far Left: Scott VanGundy feeds to Greg
Fallon. Left: Jim Magnusson gets set to
shoot his free throw.
Front row: C. Gloe, G. Clark, J. Mortensen C Underbrink C Michehl R Behrens S Salter J Preswood Back row D Bou
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Sophs Win 3 of Conference Games
Head coach Don Cook directed the
sophomore basketball team to a 5-13
year. The Dodgers won 3 out of their last
5 conference games. Their best game of
the season was their last 5 conference
games. Their best game of the season was
their last, at Newton, where they won
Seasons record 5-13
Cedar Falls 59-63
Carroll Kuemper 66-74
Webster City 57-60
West Waterloo 54-70
Mason City 53-67
East Waterloo 58-63
Cedar Falls 59-76
West Waterloo 73-61
Mason City 58-67
East Waterloo 55-62
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Linda Salvatore, secretary
Laurie Sears, president
Joel Black, vice-president
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Dennis Lind reads morning announcements
Pep club members enjoy Dodger's first game.
S. Carse J. Carlson
C. Cerwick M.Cervene
C. Bricker S. Brewer
C. Brown G, Brown
V. Butler M.Bumgarner
P. Cahill J. Cain
C. Carlson V. Carlson
L. Chingren A. Chingren
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Rosy Hively and others enjoy lunch break.
S. McViegh G. Merryman P. Messerly
D. Michael M.Micha.lski C. Michael
J. Mickelson S. Miller M.Minard
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Montgomery K. Murphy K. Myers P. Myers T. Myers
Mortensen P. Neeson A. Neet R. Nellis L. Nelson
Mosier L. Nekvinda R. Netland R. Newman J. Norstrom
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S. Smith M. Sorendon
P. Steburg D. Steck
. Stringer J. Sunner
. Tague C. Taylor
D. Thode C. Thomas
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One can only guess what is on Marcia Helvikls mind.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS:
Clark Jochimson, secretary
Mary Jo Bock, treasurer
Vance Larson, vice-president
Mike Magnusson, president
Class of ,72
Juniors Enjoy School Parties
Rick Peltz performs a serious
Juniors Are Eligible for New Electives
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Stiiling a yawn during an exciting class is Diana Nelson.
Marion Giles, Terry Koester and Pam
Danner enjoy their favorite autumn
pastimeg folding paper napkins.
Take Part in Activities
uestions and Answers
Jane Malwurm ponders the eternal question: Should I or 2
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Students Find School Place for Work and Fun
Tom Narigon demonstrates his fantastic musical ability while
the remainder of the band is silent.
Joy Wiegman contemplates the
of the Pep Club Homecoming float.
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R. Nelson C. Nesvold
Hard Work Brings Out True Spirit of
Susan Curl smiles for the camera.
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We sought . . .
. . . the concrete facts, afor-
mula for victory, foundations to
build hopes upon . . .
We found. . .
. . . patience for those times
when the answer came slowly,
guidance for the problems that
dried our hearts and the strength
to live with those that would
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honor in defeat, the solid feel of
responsibility accepted and per-
We knocked. . .
. . . and doorways opened,
keys still turn, more doors open, we
enter with confidence, vve've only
The Class of 1971
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Senior Class officers for 1970-1971 were: Jane Ericksen, treas., Jerry Black, vice-pres.,
Linda Leege, sec., and Mark Chardoulias, pres.
1971 held many unforgettable moments for seniors at FDSH. For
many years the class had been waiting for the moment to be mighty se-
niorsg but now that moment is over. Many lasting memories stretched from
the start of the first big football game with "Up Fort Dodgers" to the last
strains of "Hail to You Fort Dodge' at graduation.
On that last day seniors recalled their most unforgettable moments of
the year which included Homecoming . . . the annual Christmas concert
. . . the all-school play 4'Take Her Sheis Mine" . . . All-State tiyouts . . .
cramming for the last finals at the end of the first semester . . . Mr. Barg-
manis familiar voice on the loudspeaker . . . cheering the guys on to vic-
tory . . . swapping senior pictures . . . cutting the daisy chain . . . laugh-
ing at seniors in "Pinochio" . . . putting up the K'Dodgers are out to winv
sign on the windows of the school building . . . signing yearbooks . . .
white tassels swinging on red caps at commencement and many more.
Senior week was enjoyed by all: the dinner dance, class day, all night
party and graduation were a great success. College entrance exams, pages
and pages of applications, and meetings with college representatives seemed
to pay off at last. Everyone departed looking for their separate goals in life
and all were proud to say, 'KI am a member of the class of 1971."
Top Left: Pat Hartigan takes advantage
of the new school dress code. Bottom
left: Cindy Echternacht finishes up her
last minute assignments in Big Dodger.
Top Right: John Hagge and Barb Rob-
son work on their sculptures in art. Bot-
tom Right: Bruce Peterson waits at the
line to sink in a free throw.
Larry Adkins Linda Albrecht Milo Aljets
Lu Anne Akins Nancy Albright Candy Anderson
Steve Slagle grabs a cookie to Scott VanGundy has a hard workout in
eat before class begins. basketball practice.
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Paul Anderson S116 ASke1S0l'1
Steve Anderson Kurt Aultman
Peggy Andrews ROY! AXD8
Marla Bell Bill Beisser
Roxanne Beisch Debra Bender
Randy Hansch waits for the 8:30 bell to Barb Paulson rushes home at
ring. the end of a long day.
Tony Ayala Sheryl Bamett
Greg Baedke Sharyl Barton
Linda Bailey Scot Bauder
Nick Barber Brian Becker
Debrah Blankenhagen Lane Blunt
Jerry Skadburg listens to Key Club plans at a bi-monthly meeting.
l Joanne Benegas Steve Berger John Bircher
Kathy Benegas Denise Beverlin Paul Birocci
Dana Messerly is rudely awakened by the study hall bell
Susan Breitweiser Jackie Brigdon Debbie Brookshire
Dave Brickmier Jeff Brighi Kathie Brown
Senior Couples Leave the Past Behind
Keith Brown Craig Burbank -AA, I A fa
Richard Brown Jerry Burch
Lorraine Bryan Jon Burke
Mary Kay Buckendahl Sue Burkman
Two Seniors enjoy a quiet moment in the seldom silent halls of FDSH.
Lanita Burleson Allan Calandrine Cinda Carlisle
Bill Cahill john Calisesi Mike Carlson
nd Look to the Future
Seniors make the most of their last Homecoming Dance.
Pam Carriker Christy Champion Mike Chardoulias
Dennis Cessford Mark Chardoulias Rodney Christensen
David Roy Cook
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Ann Crinigan Sheila Crouse Bill Cunningham Dick Dahlquist John Davidson
Lyle Crouse Scott Cummings Mardeen Dahl Carolyn Dally Jane Davis
Exuberance Is Bemg
Penny Davis Al Deal Greg DeMeu1enaere Bill Dencker Judy Del-rig
Denise Dayton Douglas Dean Sara DeMeulenaere Keith Dencklau Pam Desmidt
Gary Dillehay Jerry Dischler
Linda Dillon Michelle Dodd
Leslie Drollinger Paul Dunn
Maria Dungy Diane Dunsmoor
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Diane Durian exclaims after her first bowling strike in gym class
Diane Durian Cindy Echtgrnacht Steve Ecklund David Elliott Penny Enos
Connie Echelberger Chris Eckart Hally Eckstine Debra Elm Becky Erickson
Colin Wenhart, Mike Roberts, and Scott Bauder work together on a Physics Jane Erickson Jackie Everett
assignment. Darlou Evenson Erie Ewen
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Greg Fallon Jane Fevold
ind Became Unforgettable emorles for Semors
Pam Filer Ed Fisher Mike Flatgard David Foresi Steve Froyd
Debbie Fisher Cindy Flatgard Terry Flattery Bev Foughty Rennis Gadbury
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Vern Schuur gives that special senior look.
Sandie George Bill Gernhart
Mary Garrett Rita Gaunt
Mary Ann Garton Debbie Geary
Seniors Participate 1
Jeffrey Gernhart Kieth Gerth Ailene Gilbert
Scott Gernhart Jim Gibson Dean Gliem
Sherry Gliem Doug Goodrich Pam Grace
Kris Godfrey Wayne Gordon Kathy Grady
EX tracurrlcular Llfe
Teresa Gross Tim Guetzlaff Mike Hagel'
jim Grove Dwight Guthrie Sally Hager
Joan Griep Bruce Grimsley
Deb Bonnell looks at proof sheets in the Big Dod
John Hagge Sheri Halverson Kevin Hamrick Denise Hanneman Randy Hansch
David Halm Bernie Halverson Pam Hankel Pam Hanner Denise Hanson
Semors Spark Spmt and C arr Out
Pam Hanson Jeff Harris Connie Hart Mark Haugen Steve Hay
Craig Harmon JoAnn Harris Pat Hartigan Arthur Hay Margie Hays
Laura Holtorf and Les Drollinger make every moment count during their senior year at F DSH.
Responsibilities As Faithful Dodgers
Steven Healey Janet Heckmann Paul Hefley Doug Heidick Terry Heim
Lauanne Heatherington Ronald Hedeen Mary ,Io Heggen Bill Heidiman Duane Heitkamp
Mitch Seaver prepares to defend himself from Dwight Guthrie.
Sue Sj orson
and Scott VanGundy compare notes
Belinda Heller Kay Hemrick
Chris Henrichs Dean Hill Linda Hockel
Donna Herwig Cindy Hill Michael Hoffinan
Monte Hewitt Maureen Hill Mark Hoffman
Bob Heman Randy Henrickson
i Lori Lundgren prepares to leave for home after another Dodger victory.
, Janet Hogan Laura Holtorf Gary Horn
m Peggy Hogan Kathy Hoover Sharon Horton
Tom Holm Sue Hoover Steve Horton
Mike Hager studies his music in a'capella
Candy Hottman Terry Hubbard
Craig Hovick Connie Hutchinson
Sue Hutchinson Ronald lssakson Todd Janvrin Ruth Jensen Sheila Johanson
l Nancy Husske Carol Jacobsen Bruce Jensen Vickie Jensen CindY Johnson
J Senlors Encounter and Conquer an
Curt Johnson Jeff Johnson
1 Deb Johnson LeRoy Johnson
, Kris Beer works diligently on a classwork assignment.
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Seniors Lead the Wai
in School Activities
Sue Kurtz Dennis LaFo11ete Cindy Larson
Debbie Kuske Pam Laird Ed Law
,lack LaBaume JeffLandes Pam Leadley
Joan LaCa.il1e Francis Lane Valerie Leathers
Home Economics provides fun and learning for
Dee Beverlin and Jane Erickson.
Linda Leege Ron Lentch
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Duane Liesthian Betsy Lindeberg
Senior Expressions Revea
Lori Lundgren Gordon Lyftogt
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Jim MHEDUSSOI1 Kathy Manchester Tony Salvatore and Cyndie Weiland talk before school.
Carlie Malloy Paul Mandelke
Feelmgs, Thoughts , and Attltudes.
Gary Marchi Mafgafef Martin Steve Mason Dave McDowell Donna Mcmillan
Marshal Marshall Craig Martinson Brenda McDowell Richard McDowell Marta McNulty
Maw Kay Buckendahl and Lmda Hockel express dehght at the announce
ment of the mus1ca1 L11 Abne1
Mlke M1611 Mark M1tte1stadt Marllyn Mgore
Fl'-Wd Mlnafd K21thY Moore Lmda Mortenson
'Lil bner, usical for 1971
Jeff Harris chuckles at the first line.
Dorothy Mosley Lawrence Myer Carol Nelson
Gary Myers Jeri Naven Mary Nelson
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Aleta Olson Ann Ondrick Keith Brown checks to make sure his lower lip is still around.
Anita Olson Deborah Osborne
Ac t1v1t1es, Fmals, Social Events, Grade Point
Gary Osborne Wanda Paine Dave Paterson Arlene Peed Jerry Peters
Rebecca Page Cynthia Passow Barb Paulson Charles Peters B1-ian Petersen
Bruce Peterson Janet Peterson Mike Peterson Cherie Pingle Arm Porter
Don PHCYSOH Mark Peterson Michael Phillips Wilma Pingle Randy Porter
Jeri Naven, senior representative for Pep Council, attends a weekly council Roseann Powers David Pugh
meeting- Rose Prine Barb Redman
Only Bruce Jensen knows what is going on in Mr. Grays Physics class.
Seniors Reach for Answers.
Brad Reed Debbie Renquist Dick Rice Gail Rivera Rick Roberts
Bob Reese Dan Replogle Karen Richards Linda Roberts Barb Robson
Annette RGQVGS Linda Rhea Dan Rink Mike Roberts Don Rodenborn
Diane Rogers Diane Root Ray Rowe Rick Rummel Elizabeth Saeger
Mary Rokes Vickie Ross Chris Ruge Tim Rupp Jackie Saeger
Seniors Learn Through Experimentation and
Donna Herwig works diligently at a Chemistry
N Debbie Sawyer Rex Scheideman Jim Schliske Bill Schoonover Lyndall Schultz
Rick Schill jerry Schliske Gloria Schmidt Glenda Schuh Steve Schurbon
Berger demonstlates his outstanding fingel
Seniors Exhibit Varying
Marcia Scott Barb Secor Gil Semprini
MitCh Seaver Randy Sells Linda Shaver
egrees of Scholastic Attitudes.
Sue Sjurson Rick Slagle Tom Slaven
Jerry Scadburg Steve Slagle Carol Smith
Mark Shekel' Mike Short
R0CkY Shipmafl Virginia Sigler
Marge Hays shows concentration for her work.
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Deanna Smith Paula Smith Sandy Sommerfield Judy Steele Carolyn Steinhoff
Dennis Smith Vicki Smith Bob Stanberg Sandy Steelman Gary Stephenson
i Seniors Make the Most of Evely oment.
Diesecting a cat in Mr. Mi11er's Advanced Biology class are Craig Harmon
and Brad Turner.
Tom Stems Pat Sweeney
Mark Stratmoen Tim Sweeney
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Eileen Sullivan ,Ioan Tabor
Eric Ewen directs the pep band at a basketball game.
Seniors Boost Spirit at Sports Events
Robert Tarbox Tom Taylor Ivan Thede Karen Theiss Ron Thompson
J an Taylor Barb Tewksbury Carol Theiss Dave Th0If1aS Dave TFHCY
Michael Trost Jon Ulstad Marcia Ulicki Debbie Vance Dean VanGundy
Brad Turner Dean Underberg Sandy Uecke Ben VanGundy Scott VanGundy
Arlene Var1Hoff Roger Veerhouse Lorrie Vinsand Janice Wagner Dean Walker
Mary Vasbinder Linda Vigneron Mike Waddell Dixie Waldschmidt Shirley Walker
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Volle ball Tournament for 1971.
Dave Wallace Diane Walters Jim Wearon
Kathy Wallace Bob Weaton Cyndie Weiland
Teresa Gross, Tina Kohler, Sandy Lunn, and Glenda Schuh prepare to win their last game in the state volleyball tournament.
Pal Wells Ruth Whitehill
Colin Wenhardt Sherry Wiegman
Teresa Wiewel .lim Wi1S0I1 DGTHSG Wil-lff Stephen Wright Diane Zimmerman
Tim Wiewel Kim Windschanz Brian Woods Gene Yates Linda Zimmerman
LGS Wi1ShUSG1'1 Brian Wing V Rich Wretman Janine Zemke Doug Zuspann
Dodgerettes Win Powder Puff Basketball Game.
John Hagge Mark Netland and Ed Law score for Key Club.
Mark Sheker and Dan Replogle prepare to
receive a pass.
Craig Burbank is out to beat the girls.
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Jim Wheaton participates in the pie eating contest at half time.
Abrams, Pam: 82
Ackerman, Elaine: 82
Ackerman, Lou: 82,63
Ackerson, Edwin: 82
Adair, Dean: 82,67
Addington, Jon: 82
Albrecht, Steven: 82
Amo, Julie: 82
Amundson, Vernell: 82
Andersen, Bruce: 82
Anderson, Billy: 82
Anderson, Connie: 82
Anderson, Randall: 82
Andrews, Doug: 82
Anholt, Andrea: 82
Armstrong, Francine: 82
Armstrong, Teresa: 82
Armstrong, William: 82
Arts, Debra: 82
Ashenfeiter, Daniel: 82,40
As elson, Debra: 82
A ltman, David: 83
Axne, Delwin: 83
Baker, Phil: 83
Baker, Sheree: 83
Ba.ker, Steven: 83
Ball, Bernard: 83
Balrbour, Stephen: 83,39,40
Bartik, Sharon: 83,40
Balss, Leonard: 83
Bean, Cynthia: 83
Behr, Robert: 83,67
Behker, Lynda: 83
Belzker, Susan: 83
Beekman, Larry: 83
Beenken, Debra: 83
Behrens, Ron: 83,67
Beightol, Judy: 83
Beightol, Nancy: 83
Beisser, Mary: 83,38
Be l, Keith: 83
B nett, Karen: 83,18
B son, Robert: 83
B gstrom, John: 83
Bq erlin, Debra: 87,39,83
Black, Joel: 82,83,18,68
Black, Paula: 83
Blaha, Marilyn: 83
Blanchard, Chris: 83
Blunt, Melva: 83
Blunt. Pam: 83
Borwey, James: 83,38
Bdwen, Barb: 83
Brand, Doug: 83
Brhwdy, Roy: 84
Brlewer, Sam: 84,21
Brticker, Cindy: 84.
Bright, Pamv: 84.
Brinton, Paul: 84,67
Brown, Cheri: 84
Brown, Daniel: 84,38,4O
Brown, Kenneth: 84
Briundage, Ray: 84
Bdmgarner, Marilea: 84
Blirbank, Mark: 84
Butler, Valerie: 84
Btitrick, Chris: 84
Cady, David: 84
Cahill, Patsy: 84
Cahill, Robert: 84
Cain, Joseph: 84
Callicott, Judy: 84
Carlson, Janet: 84,38
Carlson, Jeff: 84
Carlson, Mary: 84.18
Carlson, Vonda: 84
Carriker, Rodney: 84
Carse, Steven: 84
Castagnolt, Roxanne: 84
Castor, Russell: 84
Cervene, Melinda: 84
Cerwick, Cheri: 84
Chase, Bruce: 84
Chingren, Alan: 84,67
Chingren, Larry: 84,67
Christopher, Lorilee: 84
Cibert, Kathy: 84
Cibert, Vicki: 85
Clapper, Keith: 85
Clark, Glenn: 85,67
Clark, Lola: 85
Clark, Russell: 85
Calssen, James: 85
Clausen, Mark: 85
Clay, P.: 21,85
Fuller, Juliette: 86
Fuller, Kent: 86,67
Garrett, Don: 86
Garrett, Jack: 86
Garrett, Susen: 86
Geary, Diane: 86
Geer, Sarah: 86,18
Gehlhausen, Frances: 86
Gerht, Mike: 86
Clayton, A.: 85
Cobb, Scott: 85
Coleman, Terry: 85,40
Collins, Nancy: 85
Connors, Timothy: 85
Conrad, Steven: 85
Cote, Luanne: 85
Cox, Mike: 85,39
Cramer, Denise: 84,85
Crane, Sue: 85,40
George, Pam: 86
Gerdes, Vicki: 86
Gibson, Bill: 86
Gilbert, Chris: 86
Gilbert, Jim: 87
Gilbert Sheila: 87
Gloe, Carl: 87
Gold, Debbie: 87
Good, Jim: 87
Grabin, Natalie: 87
Crannie, Lavonne: 85
Crimmins, Cynthia: 85
Crimmins, Doug: 85
Crinnigan, Sue: 85
Crouch, Virginia: 85-39
Crouse, Robin: 85,67
Dahl, Kathy: 85
Danninbring, Scott: 85,38
Davidson, Nancy: 85
Davis, Kevin: 85
Davidson, Nancy: 85
Davis, Kevin: 85
Deal, Burt: 85,67
Deal, Steve: 85
Debakey, Julie: 85
Denklau, Duane: 85
Denklau, Jean: 85
Derrig, Randy: 85,21
Derrig, Rhonda: 85
Dickerson, Joyce: 85
Dillard, Brenda: 88,85
Dillingham, Sharon: 85
Dischler, Peggy: 85
Ditsworth, Dennis: 85,38,40
Ditzenberger, Dana: 85
Drollinger, Kim: 85
Duffy, Noel: 85
Dunlavy, Sheila: 85
Dutcher, Sharon: 85
Eastwood, John: 85
Echevarria, Mary: 85
Ecklund, Lisa: 86
Eckstine, Nate: 86
Edwards, Norman: 86
Edwards, Tonya: 86
Egerno, Jerry: 86
Eckstrom, Dean: 86
Ellis, Terry: 86
Ellsworth, Paula: 86,22,38,8O
Elsberry, Parn: 86
Engelbrecht, Dave: 86
Engeman, Steve: 86,67
Eppings, Mary: 86
Erickson, Barb: 86
Ernst, Kris: 86
Espeland, Bob: 86
Evens, Eileen: 86
Evens, Lean: 86
Fawcett, Loran: 86
Fawkes, Bruce: 86,67
Fetters, M.: 86
Fevold, Allen: 86,67
Filer, Dave: 86
Fishel, Kathy: 86
Fisher, Vickie: 86
Flatgard, Steve: 86
Flattery, Pat: 86
Fleming, Jim: 86
Fletcher, Clark: 86,39
Fogde, Linda: 86,38
Ford, Sandy: 86
Foreman, Jeff: 86
Forkes, J.: 86
Forrest, Keith: 86
Fowler, Debbie: 86
Freund, Ken: 86
Freund, Myron: 86
Grall, Diana: 87
Grall, Bill: 87
Grandors, Sue: 87
Graves, Tracy: 87,39
Green, Cynthia: 87
Grell, Paul: 87
Grell, Paula: 87
Griffin, Bruce: 87
Griffin, Sheryl: 87
Guetzlaff, Cathy: 87
Gullikson, Dave: 87,39
Gumm, Tommy: 87
Habhab, Anver: 87
Habhab, Bill: 87,39
Haines, Sally: 87
Halm, Dan: 87
Halverson, Wanda: 87
Hamlow, Randy: 87
Hanes, Sue: 87
Hansen, Neil: 87
Hansen, Terry: 87
Hansen, Darlene: 87
Hanson, Sheryl: 87
Harklau, Laura: 87
Harp, Sara: 87
Harris, Debra: 87
Harris, Roger: 87,38
Harrison, Ketih: 87
Harrison, Lila: 87
Harrison, Roxann: 87
Hart, Brad: 87
Hass, Kathy: 87
Haviland, Steve: 67,87
Hay, Paul: 87
Hearn, Dan: 87
Heatherington, Theresa: 8
Heckman, Sheryl: 40,87
Hedeen, Larry: 87
Hedlund, Marlene: 87
Helvik, Marsha: 87
Henderson, Nick: 87,67
Hensley, Don: 87
Hepburn, Jeff: 87,67
Hewitt, Mike: 87
Hickey, Sandy: 87
Hieronimus, Cheryl: 87,40
Hill, Jim: 87
Hiracheta, Pete: 87
Hitchcock, Mike: 87,23
Hively, Rosanne: 87,90
Hockel, Maryellen: 87
Hoffman, Patti: 87
Hofstad, Jim: 87,18
Hofstad, Ron: 87
Hohensee, Colleen: 87
Hollister, Debra: 87
Holm, Renee: 87
Holweg, Bernard: 87
Horton, Greg: 87
Horton, Neal: 87
Hovey, Mary: 88
Hovick, Barb: 88
Howell, Tina: 88
Hungate, Neil: 88
Hurtt, George: 88
Husske, Curt: 88
son, Fred: 67,88
Isaacson, Mary: 63,88
Jacobsen, Gladys: 39,88
Jacobson, Julie: 88
Jamieson, Michael: 67,88
Janseen, Randy: 67,88
Jarvis, Kathy: 88
Jeffers, Gary: 88
Jeffers, Terri: 88
Jensen, Deann: 88
Jenson, Judy: 88
Jensen, Lynn: 88
Johnson, Alan: 88
Johnson, David: 88
Johnson, Jeff: 88
Johnson, Jennine: 88
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Johnson, Rosanne: 88
Johnson, Scott: 89
, Sue: 38,89
, Susan: 89
, Terry: 89
Jonas, Lenny: 68,89
Jones, Cindy: 89
Jones, Jeff: 89
Jones, Marilyn: 89
Jones, Russell: 38,40,89
Jordison, Lance: 89
Kalusky, Andy: 89
Kehm, Allen: 89
Keim, Cornelia: 89
Kennedy, Karol: 89
Kennedy, Jim: 89
Kersten, John: 18,40,89
Kinseth, Gayle: 89
Kirby, Joe: 89
Klein, Dennis: 89
Klingson, Rose: 39,89
Knight, Debbie: 40,89
Koerner, Jonathan: 89
Kolesar, Janice: 89
Kopish, Richard: 67,89
Kozel, Debbie: 40,89
Krug, Dale: 89
Krug, Robert: 89
Kucera, Grenaviere: 89
Kuhn, Barbara: 89
Kurtz, Barb: 89
Larson, Bruce: 89
Larson, Craig: 89
Larson, Jeff: 89
Larson, Rebecca: 89
Law, Sandra: 89
Leiss, Deborah: 89
Lenz, Martin: 89
Licht, Richard: 89
Lieberknecht, Jolene: 89
Lind, Dennis: 83,89
Lindner, Rebecca: 89
Lingenfelter, Gary: 89
Link, Diana: 40,89
Lockner, Mike: 89
Lumsden, Lettie: 63,90
Lunn, Jackie: 90
Maas, Elizabeth: 90
Marchi, Cheryl: 63,90
Marnach, Christine: 90
Marshall, Jacalyn: 90
Martin, Terrance: 90
Martinson, Marilyn: 90
Maschino, Tom: 90
Mason, Melanie: 90
Mauch, Martha: 90
McCaleb, William: 90
McCrady, Timothy: 90
McCu11ar, Michael: 90
McDowell, Kevin: 90
MeElvain, Cathy: 90
McGruder, Phillip: 90
McGuire, Linda: 90
McNatt, Jack: 90
McNulty, Maria: 90
McVeigh, Susan: 90
Merryman, Greg: 90
Messerly, Paula: 90
Michael David: 90
Michalski, Mike: 90
Michehl, Craig: 90
Mickelson, Janet: 90
Miller, Steven: 90
Minard, Mark: 90
Mitchell, Louis: 91
Monson, Terry: 91
Moore, Gary: 91
Morrison, Bev: 91
Mortensen, James: 68,91
Mortensen, Terry: 91
Mosbrucker, Kathy: 39,91
Mosier, Deborah: 91
Mosley, Donna: 91
Mundie, Bart: 91
Murphy, Kaye: 91
Murray, Allan: 91
Myers, Kathy: 91
Myers, Pamela: 91
Myers, Timothy: 91
Naylor, Lois: 91
Naylor, Robert: 91
Neeson, Paul: 39,91
Neet, Allan: 91
Nekvinda, Luann: 91
Nellis, Ricke: 91
Nelson, Lana: 40,91
Nelson, Phillip: 91
Nelson, Randall: 91
Nelson, Rickie: 91
Nelson, Sandra: 39,91
Nemitz, Robert: 91
Netland, Rachell: 91
Newman, Randall: 91,40
Nordstrom, John: 91,39
Oldson, Cynthia: 92
Olson, Alan: 67,92
Olson, Tom: 92
Osborne, Larie: 38,39,67,92
Parle, Carol: 39,92
Passow, Denise: 92
Paulson, Ivy: 92
Pelican, Pamela: 92
Perkins, Nancy: 92
Pessica, Jon: 92
Peters, Donald: 92
Peters, Douglas: 92
Peters, James: 40,92
Peters, Joy: 44,92
Peterson, Conrad: 92
Peterson, James: 92
Peterson, Lorraine: 92
Peterson, Martin: 92
Peterson, Nancy: 92
Peterson, Renee: 92
Peterson, Rodney: 38,92
Peterson, Terry: 92
Pettit, Michael: 39,92
Phillips, Douglas: 67,92
Phillips, James: 68,92
Phillips, Theresa: 92
Pingel, Sheila: 92
Pingel, Tom: 92
Pirie, Jeffrey: 92
Poel, Terry: 92
Pogge, Jean: 92
Pohl, Debra: 39,92
Polka, Dennis: 92
Ponsness, Kenneth: 92
Porrez, Toni: 92
Porter, Gordon: 92
Posey, Ellen: 92
Potts, Robert: 93
Pratt, Margaret: 93
Presler, Sharla: 93
Presswood, Joseph: 93
Pride, Pauline: 93,39
Pritchard, David: 93
Putnam, Karen: 93
Quealy, Lizabeth: 93
Quillen, Patricia: 93
Radford, Beth: 93
Radford, Rebecca: 93
Ramthun, Alan: 93
Ramus, David: 93
Ranes, Bart: 67,93
Rathermel, Penelope: 93
Rees, Kathleen: 93
Renken, Julie: 93
Reynolds, Thomas: 93
Rice, Joan: 18,38,92
Richards, Keith: 93
Riley, April: 93
Rivera, Juanita: 93
Robbins, Elizabeth: 93
Rocron, Oletha: 93
Rogers, John: 93
Rosales, Melanie: 38,39,93
Rosen, David: 93
Ruge, Marc: 93
Ruge, Sherrie: 18,82,93
Rupp, Diane: 63,93
Russell, Patricia: 93
Saboe, Alan: 38,93
Saliger, Larie: 93
Salter, Stephen: 67,93
Salvatore, Linda: 18,82,93
Sandeline, Jon: 93
Sanks, Patricia: 93
Sawyer, Peggy: 92,93
Scharf, Bill: 67,93
Scharfenberg, Nancy: 93
Schrader, Jane: 93
Schrader, Kathy: 93
Schramm, Roger: 93
Schreiber, Peter: 93
Schurr, Wanda: 93
Scott, Cindy: 38,93
Scott, Patricia: 93
Sears, Laurie: 18,63,82,93
Seerhusen, Kathy: 93
Sessler, Patricia: 93
Sestak, Diane: 93
Severson, Tanya: 94
Shaffer, Kim: 94
Shipman, Melody: 94
Short, Dave: 39,94
Siekman, Dave: 40,68,94
Sigler, Eileen: 94
Silke, Janet: 94
Simonson, Fred: 94
Simpson, Warren: 94
Slag e, Kathy: 94
Slaven, Eillen: 94
Smith, Kirby: 94
Smith, Richard: 94
Smith, Robin: 94
Smith, Steve: 38,39,94
Sorenson, Mark: 94
Spencer, Judy: 94
Spillman, Gary: 94
Spurlin, Terry: 94
Staley, Larry: 94
Stanberg, Ronald: 94
Steberg, Paul: 94
Steck, Debbie: 94
Steding, Diane: 94
Steinhoff, Lisa: 40,94
Sterns, Pegg : 94
Stinogel, Jeffi 94
Stockdale, Tom: 94
Stoddard, Mildred: 94
Strauss, Kevin: 94
Stringer, Dave: 94
Sunner, John: 94
Surls, Charles: 94
Swanson, Cindy: 38,40,94
Sweeney, Rick: 94
Swift, Rhonda: 94
Syferd, Randy: 94
Tague, Bob: 94
Taylor, Cindy: 94
Tepfer, Lance: 94
Tepfer, Tim: 94
Ter Hark, Cora: 94
Terranova, Joann: 94
Tewksbury, Wanda: 94
Thede, Kristi: 94
Thedford, Jessie: 94
Thode, Daniel: 67,94
Thomas, Chris: 39,94
Thomas, Seth: 18,38,94
Thompson, Mike: 68,94
Thompson, Rita: 95
Tiffany, Gerald: 39,95
Tomlinson, Jeff: 95
Tregenza, Paula: 95
Tripp: Todd: 67,95
True lood, Terry: 95
Turner, Theresa: 95
Uecke, Gary: 95
VanGundy, Deb: 38,95
Vasbinder, Carol: 25
Vinchattle, Vicki: 95
Vratny, Cindy: 95
Wagner, Craig: 25
Waldesmidt, Paul: 95
Walker, Keith: 95
Walker, Paula: 95
Wallukatt, Julie: 95
Watters, Wayne: 95
Waychoff, Bill: 95
Weber, Gary: 95
Wetzel, Craig: 39,40,95
Whitcome, Becky: 95
Wieberg, Carla: 95
Wieberg, Don: 95
Wiewel, Holly: 95
Abel, Janette-96,1 10
Wiley, Kathy: 95
Williams, Cindy: 95
Williams, Pam: 95
Williamson, Kim: 95
Wilson, Bobby: 95
Wilson, Denise: 95
Wing, Gay: 95
Bock, Mary Jo-98,96,4 1 ,19
Wood, Allen: 95
Woodbeck, Jane: 95
Woodman, Steve: 95
Wuerflein, Greg: 95
Zabrosky, Ranee: 95
Zuspann, Steve: 95
Knutson, J. B.-103
La Caille, Terry-103
Narigon, Tom T.-106,105,58,49,40,39, 47
Pace, Jo Ann-107
Peterson, Debbie Kay-107,40
Pinneke, Terry-1 07,1 1 1,64
Riisk, Kathy-108 41,38
Stanley, June-1 09
Adkins, LarryiTrack, 1 16.
Akins, LuanneTPep Club, A Cappella,
Chamber Choir, Concert Band, March-
ing Band, 35,37,40,116.
Albright, Nancy-DECA Club, 116.
Anderson, Candy-iPep Club, 116.
Anderson Steve-A Capella, All-State
Chamber Choir, 35,37,116.
Andrews, Peggyl20,1 16.
Askeland, Rod-1 16.
Askelson, SueiPep Club, German
lClub, FTA, 116.
Aultman, Kurtil 16.
Bailey, Linda-Pep Club, 1 1 7.
Barber, Nick-11 7.
Barnett, Sheryl-Pep Club, Marching
,Band, Varsity Band, 39,117.
Barton, Sharyl-Pep Club, Vice-Pres.
Bass, Kenny-1 1 7.
Bauder, Scott-Drama, 45,1 1 7.
Becker, Brian--1 1 7.
Becker, Stevei-Track, 1 1 7.
Beer, Kris-Pep Club, Little Dodger
Editor, Quill and Scroll, NHS, FTA,
Beers, Barb-Cheerleader, Big Dodger
Tomlinson, Scott-1 10
Torgerson, Gary-1 10,76
Tripp, Tammy41 10
Trueblood, Mark-1 10
Uderman, Steve-110,1 9,64
Walker, Joe-1 10
Editor, Quill and Scroll, Pep Club, 21,
Beisch, Roxann--Little Dodger, FTA,
Pep Club, German Club, 43,117.
Beisser, Bill-Cross-Country, Track, In-
Bell, Marla-Little Dodger, Pep Club,
Benegas, Jo AnneiPep Club, Mixed
Benegas, KathylPep Club, Marching
Band, A Capella, Chamber Choir, All-
Berger, Steve-Debate, Latin Club, 22,
Beverlin, Dee-Pep Club, A Capella,
Chamber Choir, All-State, Music The-
ater, FTA, NHS, Dodgerette, 26,35,37,
Bircher, John-A Capella, Chamber
Choir, All-State, 35,37,118.
Birchmier, Dave-Marching Band,
Concert Band, Jazz Lab, A Capella,
Chamber Choir, 36,37,39,4O,118.
Birocci, PaullCross-Country, Varsity
Black, Jeff-Wrestling, 55,72,118.
Black, Jerry-Vice-Pres. Senior Class,
Student Council, Wrestling, 19,5-4,72,
Blankenhagen, Deb:-Pep Club, Volley-
Blunt, Betty-FTA, Pep Club, 118.
Blunt, Sue-Pep Club, Dodgerettes,
Walter, Collene-1 10
Webb, Ann-1 1 0
West, Bruce-1 1 0,69,71
West, Wendy-1 1 0
Westling, Pam-11 0
Wiegman, Joy-1 10,106,37,36,34
Williams, Dick-1 1 0,53,69
Willson, Brad-11 0
Wilson, Bob-1 1 1,39
Windler, Julie-111 ,37,35
Wingert, Randy41 11
Witte, Garth-1 1 1
Wolff, Collette-1 1 1
Wood, Richard-1 1 1
Woods, Marianne-1 1 1 ,41
Worrick, Sherry-1 1 1
Young, Carol-1 11,40,36
Zeka, Paul-111 ,36
Zierke, Paul-1 11,76
41 ,1 18.
Bockover, Kurt-Latin Club, 118.
Bohn, Roxanne-OE, 21,118.
Bonnell, Deb-Pep Club, Volleyball,
Boutchee, JohnTC r o s s - C o u n t r y,
Boutchee, ArtlFootball, Track, 64,
Bowman, Joi-Marching Band, Con-
cert Band, 40,119.
Bowman, ,Io-Marching Band, Con-
cert Band0 40,1 19.
Bradwell, Mark-DECA, 119.
Breitwieser, Sue-Pep Club, FTA, 34,
Brigdon, ,Iackie1Pep Club, FTA, 59,
Brown, Kathie-A Capella, Pep Club,
Chamber Choir, 37,36,119.
Brown, Keitl1iStudent Body President
1st Semester, 4,18,19,140.120.
Brown, Richard-Debate, Jazz Lab,
Concert Band, Orchestra, Pep Band,
Bryon, Lorraine-DECA, 120.
Buckendahl, Mary Kay-A Cappella,
Chamber Choir, Marching Band, Con-
cert Band, Orchestra, FTA, Youth
Forum, Drama, 33,35,37,120.
Burbank, Craig-Boy's Booster Club,
Key Club, German Club President,
Burch, Jerry-T 8t I, 120.
Calandrine, Al-Football Student
Calasesi, John-French Club, 53,120
Carlson, Mike-DECA, NFL, 120
Carriker, Pam-Pep Club, 121
Champion, Christy-Pep Club Trea-
surer, FTA, Big Dodger, Tennis, Quill
and Scroll, Youth for Understanding
Chardoulias, Mark-Football, Track,
Baseball, Student Council, Class Pres-
Clark, Diane-Pep Club, 51,121
Clarke, Riene-Big Dodger, Quill and
Scroll, Pep Club, 31,47,51,121
Cloud, Al-Youth Forum, Spanish
Cox, Marilyn-26,44,121,Pep Club,
Spanish Club President, NHS, FTA,
Crandall, Jeanne-Pep Clubl 121.
Crinnigan, Ann-Pep Club, 122.
Crouse, Sheila-Pep Club, 122.
Cunningham, Bill-Boxing, 122
Davidson, John-Football, Baseball,
Davis, Jane-Pep Club, 122
Deal, Al-Football, Wrestling, 64,122
Dean, Doug-Football, Track, 43,64,
De Meulenaere, Greg-Tennis, A Cap-
DeMeulenaere, Sara-Pep Club, Ten-
Derrig, Judy-Co-op President, 20,122
De Smidt, Pam-Pep Club, A Cappel-
Dillon, Linda-Concert Band, Medi-
cal Careers Vice President, 23,410,123
Drollinger, Les-Pep Club, Cheerlead-
er, All-State Choir, Tennis, Orchestra
Sec. A Cappella, Chamber Choir, 25,
Dunn, Paul-Concert Band, Jazz Lab,
Pep Band, Spanish Club, 39,4O,123
Dunsmoor, Diane-Pep Club, Cheer-
Durian, Diane-Pep Club, FTA,
Echternacht, Cindy-Little Dodger,
Big Dodger, Pep Club, A Cappella,
Tennis, French Club, 30,31,36,41,123,
Eckart, Chris-Boy's Booster Club,
Ecklund, Steve-Youth Forum Pres-
ident, A Cappella, Chamber Choir,
Elliott, Dave-Debate, Concert Band,
Orchestra, Marching Band, 22,40,124
Enos, Penny-OE, 21,124
Erickson, Jane-Student Council, Pep
Club, Cheerleader, FTA, Tennis, Class
Treasurer 19,62,1 14,124
Erickson, Becky-Pep Club, OE, 21,
Ewen, Eric-Concert Band, Pep Band,
Student Conductor, Youth Forum,
Little Dodger, A Cappella, NHS,
Marching Band, All-State, 26,33,35,
Fallon, Greg-Basketball, Student
Body President 2nd Semester, NHS
Vice President, 19,26,76,125
Filer, Pam-Pep Club, Latin Club,
Fisher, Deb-31,33,Youth Forum, Pep
Club, Quill Sc Scroll, Little Dodger,
Flattery, Therese-Pep Club, FTA,
Foughty, Beverly-Pep Club,
Gadbury, Renness-Pep Club, Dodg-
erettes, A Capella, Little Dodger,
Garrett, Donna-Girl's Volleyball, Pep
Club, Youth Forum, FTA, Big Dodger,
Garton, Mary Ann-Charnber Choir,
Pep Club, Cheerleading, A Cappella
Geary, Debra-Distributive Education
George, Sandra-DECA Club
Gernhart, Scott-State Play Contest,
Gilbert, Aileen-Distributive Educa-
Gordon, Wayne-Football, Track,
A Cappella, Chamber Choir
Grace, Pamela-Pep Club, FTA
Griep, ,loan-Pep Club
Gross, Theresa-Pep Club, Intramur-
als, Girls Volleyball
Guetzlaff, Timothy-Model United
Nations, Debate, Youth and Govern-
ment, and Big Dodger
Guthrie, Dwight-Drama, Thespians
Hager, Michael-A Cappella, Tennis
Hager, Sally-Pep Club, French Club,
Hagge, John-Football, Little Dodger
Halverson, Bernard-Ofiice Help
Halverson, Sheri-Pep Club, Mixed
Chorus, French Club
Hanneman, Denise-Pep Club ACap-
pella, Chamber Choir, Concert Band,
Medical Careers, Pep Band
Hanner, Pamela-German Club, Office
Hansch, Randall-Band, Orchestra
Harris, Jeff-Chamber Choir, ACap-
pella, All State Chorus, Dorian Festi-
Hartigan, Patricia-AFS Club, Pep
Club, National Honor Society, French
Club, Drama, Tennis
Haugen, Mark-Key Club
Hay, Steven-Youth Forum
HaYS, Margery-Pep Club, Youth
Forum, German Club, National Honor
Society, Little Dodger
Heckman, Janet-Pep Club, Youth
Forum, National Honor Society,
Heggen. Mary Jo-Pep Club, Office
Heman, Robert-Football, Track, Let-
terman, Office Help
Hemrick, Marilyn-Pep Club, Medical
Careers, Junior Civitan
Hendrickson, Randall-Football, ln-
Henrichs, Christine-Pep Club, Dodg-
Herwig, Donna-Pep Club, French
Hewitt, Monte-President of VICA
Hill, Cynthia-Pep Club, Cheerlead-
ing, Student Council, French Club,
leader, FTA, Tennis, 62,123 French Club, Ar, Club
H'l, Maureen?Pep Club, Cheerlead-
Hockel, Linda?Pep Club, Youth
Forum, Medical Careers, Accompanist
for A'Cappella, National Honor So-
Hdffman, Mike?Captain of Swim-
Holtorf, Laura?Pep Club, Chamber
Choir, A'Cappella, Musical, Music
Hdover, Elizabeth Sue?Pep Club,
Homecoming Queen Candidate
Hoover, Kathleen?Student Council,
President of Pep Club, Vice President
of Latin Club, FTA, School Play, Na-
tional Honor Society
Horn, Gary?Spanish Club
Hottman, Candace?Hall Monitor
Hovick, Craig?Football, Key Club,
National Honor Society
Hutchinson, Cinstance?Pep Club,
Medical Careers Club, Tennis
Hutchinson, Sue-Pep Club, Mixed Cho-
Isakson, Ronald?All School Play,
Jacobson, Carol?Pep Club
Jensen, Bruce?Basketball Manager,
National Honor Society
Jensen, Ruth?Office Education
Johnson, Scott?A'Cappella, Chamber
Jonas, Deborah?Pep Club, Latin
Jordison, Gregory?Key Club
Jordison Jerrold?A'Cappella, Cham-
Jordison, Julie?Pep Club, Cheerlead-
Susan?FTA, Youth Forum,
Kielhorn, Linda?Big Dodger, Youth
Forum, Pep Club, National Honor
Society, Tennis, FTA
Kinsinger, David?Big Dodger, Ten-
Kobs, Andrew?National Honor So-
Ciefl' Meils, Janet?138.
Koller, Tina?A'Cappella, Girls Vol- Mglcg, Brucf-31133,
1eYbH11, PSP Club Messerly, Dana?A,Capella, Band,
Krout, Herbert? Messerly, Wilbert?
Kurtz, Sue?Pep Club, French Club flvletz, Terry?l
Laske, Deborah? Michael, Carol?138
La Baume, Jack?Football, Track Michael, Mary Ann?DECA, 138.
La Caille, Joan?DECA Club Michalski, Chris?138.
La Follette, Dennis?Cross Country, Mieir, Mike?138.
Track, Wrestling Miller, Mike?
Laird, Pamelal Minard, Floyd?138.
Landes, Jeff?Football, Track Mittelstadt, Mark?Band, Orchestra,
Lanning, Lynda?Pep Club, Office
Education, Junior Civitan
Law, Edward?Football, A,Cappella
Leathers, Valerie?Pep Club, Future
Leege, Linda?Intramurals, Pep Club,
Marching Band, Medical Careers, Stu-
dent Council, 19,23,26,36,4O,135.
Lentsch, Ron?Football, Basketball,
Licht, Ken?A'Cappella, Youth Forum,
Lindeberg, Betsy?Latin Club, Pep
Club, Future Teachers, Youth Forum,
Lingreen, Stephanie?Future Teach-
ers, Pep Club, Spanish Club, 44,52.
Linke, Wayne?German Club, 136.
Livasy, Jeff?Football, Wrestling, 64,
Lowe, Mike?Spanish Club, French
Lumsden, Deb?Pep Club, Latin Club,
A'Cappella, Future Teachers, 35,136
Lundgren, Lori-Band, Orchestra, Pep
Club, French Club, 40,136.
Lunn, Sandra?Band, Pep Club, Vol-
Magnusson, Jim?Basketball, Cross
Country, Track, Golf, Student Coun-
Malloy, Corkie?Co-op, 137.
Marshall, Marcia?Co-op, 21 ,137.
Martinson, Craig?Vica, 137.
McNulty, Marta?Pep Club,
Careers Club, Jr. Civitan, 137.
German Club, 4O,138.
Moore, Kathy?Pep Club, 138.
Moore, Maralyn?Pep Club, 138.
Mortensen, Linda?A'Cappella, Band,
Musselman, Ivan?Wrestling, 72.
Naven, Jeri?Pep Club, 141,139.
Nelson, Caro1?Band, A'Cappella, Pep
Club, French Club, 35,40,37,139.
Netland, M2IklWY6StllHg, A'Cappel-
la, Boys Booster Club, Key Club, Latin
Newman, Charles?Band, Orchestra,
Newsum, Fletch?Debate, Model U.N.,
Honor Society, 16,22,44,139.
O'Connor, Kath1een?1 39
Oldson, Bruce?VICA, 139
Olson, Aleta?Pep Club, Cheerleading,
Ondrick, Ann?Pep Club, 140
Osborn, Gary?Debate, Little Dodger,
Page, Becky?Pep Club, 140
Passow, Cynthia?Pep Club, 140
Patterson, Dave?VICA, 140
Paulson, Barb-?Pep Club, Latin Club,
Homecoming Queen, 50,117,140
Peters, Chuck?Honor Society, Tennis
Key Club, Big Dodger, Boys Booster
Peters, Jerry?Football, Drama, Golf,
Peterson, Bruce?Basketball, Track,
Baseball, Student Council, 19,115,76,
Peterson, Jana?A'Cappella, 35,141
Peterson, Mark?Football, 64,141
Pingel, Wilma-lpep Club, Youth For-
um, Medical Careers, Band, Orchestra,
Little Dodger, National Honor Society,
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