Frank B Kellogg High School - Equestrian Yearbook (Roseville, MN)
- Class of 1984
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Potpourri ..... ..33
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Faculty ......... ...... 1 29
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Sports .......... ...... 1 77
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by Kathy Lee
On the evening of October 10, 1983, Kel-
logg held its Homecoming Royalty Corona-
tion to the appropriate theme "Homeward
Bound". The candidates for Homecoming
Queen were: Jodi Armstrong, Julie Colette,
Karen Graf, Kara Wallin, and Jill De-
Zurik. King candidates were: Doug Dono-
van, Mike Evgen, Pat Foley, Todd Hart-
man, and Mark Schaber. The Master and
Mistress of Ceremonies were Tom Chris-
tensen and Karen Boyer. Kellogg's Concert
Choir started off the ceremony by singing
"Sentimental Journey". Following com-
ments from Mr. Bruce Hartman, Doreen
Ariola and Kathy Lee sang the theme song
"Homeward Bound". Doreen also sang
"Through the Years" after we heard from
our principal, Mr. Gaul. Gene Ford and
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Tracey Tierney, the 1982 Homecoming
King and Queen, said a few words of en-
couragement to the candidates. Then final-
ly -the moment all were waiting for. Tra-
cey Tiemey crowned King Mike Evgen, who
in turn crowned Queen Julie Colette. After
the ceremony all were invited to the cafete-
ria for a reception in the candidates honor.
The 1983 Courtof Honor consisted of:
Joe Beran and Diana Tischler
Dave Drage and Mary Morgan
Jed Johnson and Julie Toogood
Dave Lovick and Julie Schmidt
Pat Nolan and Cathee Cahill
Gene Ford and Tracey Tierney 1982 Homecoming
King and Queen.
1983 Queen Julie Colette and King Mike Evgen.
Concert Choir under the direction of Mr. Johnson.
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Mary Kuritz, Kathy Lee, and Doren
Ariola entertaining the Homecoming
Royalty. Principal, Mr. Gaul telling
about the good skits earlier in the day.
Gene Ford helps Queen
Julie Colette with her robe.
Master of Ceremonies Tom
Christensen and Mistress of
Ceremonies Karen Boyer.
Jed Johnson and Ryan Nelson getting into the act, as usual
Nancy Mohr waiting for locker inspection
by Nancy Whitmer
Our homecoming week started off on Monday,
October 10, with skits put on by the homecoming
King and Queen candidates. All of the hours of
preparation were evident in the quality of the
skits. They were very entertaining. The skits
ranged from the "Twilight Zone" to the "Super-
friends". There were embarrassing moments at
which the students filled the gym with laughter.
The skits gave everyone some time to relax from
first hour classes.
The rest of the week was for the students to
show their school spirit. Different days were des-
ignated for the students to dress up. It was as
follows . . .
Monday - Grub Day
Tuesday - Hats 8: Shades Day
Wednesday - Toga Day
Thursday - Sweats 8: Headbands Day
Friday - Black 84 Gold Day
Friday the Senior girls challenged the Junior
girls to a game of flag football. fOtherwise known
as Powder Puff Footballj The Senior girls over-
came the Junior girls 6-0. The crowd was enter-
tained by Dan Addington and Todd Hartman
announcing in the Press Box.
Jon Halverson getting ready for some Home-
The football game has all of Joe Thunhorst's
Bob Milne enjoying good fall weather.
The Junior hall during Homecoming Week.
Senior Hall for Homecoming Week.
Wade Petree is a pepper . . .
Tim Holmes making a run for it.
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Gordy Orlando is ready for another day at school.
Paul Osen looks happy for someone about to face
another biology class.
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Scott Ofstead and Jeanette Stai enjoy doing their homework outside.
Lisa Glendeland Carrie Bossenmaier show their Kellogg smiles.
One of the good-ol senior gangs of Kellogg.
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Sherri Forsberg, Michelle Strub, Mi-
chelle Barkand, and friends.
Jerry Unger looks like he's engrossed
in a good book.
by Danika Zick
The age of computers is upon us! Computers have slowly entered the lives of
everyone and are now used to do even the most remedial tasks. Kellogg High is no
exception. A staffed computer center was installed this year, and was equipped with
apple computers, 8 printout machines C10 more on the wayj, and a card reader.
Many teachers have begun using the computers for scoring and grading, finding it
quick and efficient. And now the graduating class of "84', is required to be 'computer
literate'. A small test is given and if it is failed, the person must take a 3 day
Computer Literacy Class to learn the basics of computer operation. Cheer up,
maybe in a couple of years they'll let us do our homework on them.
Mr. Bartley scoring his tests the easy way.
The many computers of Kellogg.
Yes, but what do we do if something breaks?
Joe Beran and Robert Hinrichs are really getting into their homework
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Sarah Ollanketo and Teriece Brooks enjoy their
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Monday - Sweats Day
Tuesday - Black and Gold and Boy's Rib-
Wednesday - Punk and Preppy Day
Thursday - Grub and Girl's Ribbon Day
Friday - Hawaiian Day
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Paul Langer - Junior
A few Freshmen taking a break.
Cindy Holmes, Wendy Buck, and Debbie Ol
Jana Greenside on Punk and Preppy Day.
Jennie Shoemaker and Denna Heiderscheid
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Lisa Glende and Bob Milne show their study efforts.
Lori Schneider, Janelle Feiekert, and Sue Russel
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On December 8, 9, and 10th, Kelloggs an-
nual variety show was held. Students and their
friends displayed their talents while perform-
ing short acts. All the acts were very well per-
The show opened with a band called Debo-
nair, consisting of Jeff Skie, Mike Hahn, Paul
Ramnarine and Mark Smith. Some of the per-
formances that followed were a pantomime
called Stray Cat Strut, by Tammy Derider
and Kelly Kalb, a solo by Jenny Nelson, and
dueling banjos by Dave Walker, Mike Hahn
and Joe Weismann.
Mark Hedenstrom plays his electric guitar.
Sandi Morris and her accordian.
Tammy DeRider and Dan Addington in the South
Todd Hartman and Dan Addington in altar boy
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Mary Ellen Brown CLARINETS
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l. Aunt Eller CKathy Leej singing l'The Farmer and the Cowmanf' 2. Curly CRich
Thorsonl trying to woo Laurey fTammy DeRiderJ. 3. "Out of My Dreams" danced
by Michelle Nelson. 4. 'Grab your partner. . . 5. Mike Jordon really in the swing of
things. 6. "What's a girl to do when a feller gets flirty. . . " fDoreen Ariola and Brad
Twelve years ago, director Dale Ca-
meron provided a new experience for Frank
B. Kellogg drama students. They were giv-
en the opportunity in selecting, casting, and
directing one act plays.
In that first year only two plays were
directed by students and included less than
ten students. Today all three one act plays
were directed by students and had over for-
ty students participating.
There were three series of one acts,
'STouch the Bluebirds Song" with Cather-
ine Apman and Brian Alstrom, directed by
Treasure at Bently Inn
Tammy DeRider. This play is about a
young man who has been in the Navy sever-
al years and is visiting his girl friend at her
college campus. Their love is tested by the
change in how they've become different
people and must face the question of wheth-
er the people they are now can recapture
the love that exsisted between them before.
The second play, f'Treasure at Bently
Inn", was directed by Mike Jordan. The
cast members were James Johnson, Lisa
Busek, Kelly Kalb, Jeff Hartmann, Matt
Lillemoen, Andy Piontek, Marnee DeR-
ider, Jamie Marentic, Dave Wiedl, Scot
Kalb, and Renea Flemmings. This is a play
ful story of a mystery and treasure hunt.
The final play was 'fThe Psychiatrist ii
Spite of Himself". Cast members were Do
reen Ariola, Ryan Lynch, Don Addington
Ann Simondson, Julie Liston and Stevi
Hauble. The play is about a practical joki
played on a husband by his wife. She trie4
to get him to admit that he was a psychia
trist to a couple looking for help. This cre
ates a chaotic comedy. The play was direct
ed by Dan Addington.
Frank B. Kellogg,s entry "The Romancersu, by
Edmond Rostand, won the second place trophy at
the Region 3AA One-Act Contest held February 2,
1984 at St. Paul Harding and was the designated
alternate to the State Festival.
The play, directed by Joyce Hebert, featured
Chris Code, Lisa Flaherty, Todd Hartman, Brad
Holmes, Kathy Lee, Matt Noesen, Rhonda Rei-
chow, Dave Rue, and Rich Thorson.
The set design was by Glen Bjornsong Sue Carlson
was Production Assistant, and Kirsten Kenfield was
the Assistant Director.
"The Romancersw set in the l8th Century France
is the script on which the musical g'The Fantasticksn
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Cabbage Patch Dolls be-
came the number one gift for
Vanessa Williams became
the first black to win the title
of Miss America.
Sally Ride was the first
American woman to par-
ticipate in a space flight
mission for NASA.
The computer is winning a spot in the
lives of Americans everywhere.
The New York Yacht Club held the
America's Cup for 132 years. Australia
II won the cup during the races from
Martina Navratilova won both the
Wimbledon and U.S. Open.
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Kellogg student wins state title
as horseshoe throwing champ
By PEGGY McELIN GISLASON
Kellogg High School can claim only one horseshoe thrower in
its student body. But that one student has made the top of the
state horseshoe charts.
Chris White, 2224 McMenemy St., Maplewood, beat the
state champion in the junior division at a state tournament in
Genola, Minn., over Labor Day weekend. Not only is he now the
reigning state champ, but he may have set a worldis record for a
junior scoring in a state tourna-
He won all of the seven playoff
games, with an average of 88.5
ringers per 100 shoes tossed. In the
showdown with the former champ
from Duluth, White threw 29 ring-
ers out of 30 tosses - an almost
White last week displayed obvi-
ous pleasure in having achieved a
longstanding goal, for which he
has worked long and hard. For five
years now, the Kellogg junior has
been diligently practicing tossing
shoes an average of two hours per
day. His ambition has taken him to
many a local, state and even world
In 1980, he came close to fame, placing third in the world
tournament. But his victory last week was the high point of his
Winning the Minnesota championship was no small potatoes,
according to White, because the local competition is some of the
best in the world. In fact, this summer Minnesotans took the
world's championships for the men's, ladies, and girls' divisions.
White is sorry that he did not compete in that tournament,
because he thinks he could have given the state a fourth 1983
Although many of the world tournaments are based in the
south, White said many horseshoe throwers live in the Midwest.
'fMinnesota has a large membership Cin the National Horseshoe
Pitchers Association," he said. And local horseshoe throwers are
trying to build Minnesotais reputation as a strong horseshoe
The three world championships this year may have done a lot
to boost that reputation, he added.
WHITE SAID his involvement in the sport began five years
ago, when he was age 11. The incentive, he said, was his horse-
shoe-loving father, Roger White.
His father has been an avid
horseshoe thrower for years, and
has picked up many a trophy along
the way. Even Chris Whiteis
mother, Betty White, took up the
sport and participates in tourna-
Horseshoe throwing tends to run
in families, she said, noting the
number of families participating
at the state tournament.
But despite the family connec-
tion, White said he enjoys horse-
shoe throwing because "itis an in-
dividual sportf' Besides, he said,
"Ijust like to play," and "I'm good
Roseville Review, September 27,
In Memory . . . Matthew Schroeder
Nothing is longer since it is insignificant to measure eternity,
Nothing is shorter since it is inadequate to complete your project.
Nothing moves slower to him who expects,
Nothing more rapid than to him who enjoys.
Time is our most precious asset.
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Senior women battle junior girls in Homecoming Week's Powder Puff football game.
EDWARD P. ACOSTA
"Indy," Stout, S.D. "All time high," Football, The
Boys: CBDDRSJB, MAS, Great times! Thanx
REMI A. ADAMS
To always remember is to never forget, Reality?,
LvAt, France 84," Lets party 84--I-", thanks to
ML, MB, EB, BevoL
DANIEL M. ADDINGTON
JULIE A. ANDERSON
745 I'll never forget you! 1Of29f83 '77TA, mid-
night madness! ANITAI lg, jh, cb, good times,
good friends, thanks!
KIMBERLY A. ANDERSON
SHANE S. ANDERSON
Gymnastics! thanx Fred 8L Greg, Great
friends, Vaultin', crash n' burn, broom-
ball, PT. getting rad. Pero '84 Lives!
STEVEN W. ANDERSON
Class of '84 '75 Vega The "YU skiing Trips Later
Kellogg and friends T.S., Big E, C.P., D.T.
CATHERINE M. APMAN
Wow! We made it! Mattress Tavern Oklahoma
Best friends, Daniel! BM ML JH SO SH NW CP
BT LUV YA!!
DANIEL B. ARCAND
DOREEN M. ARIOLA
PERC! JB CFrizbeesJ MK, KL, Lueko, Band!
want what? come where? Matress, LaMancha,
Oklahoma! Bull! Thanks FBK!
JODI L. ARMSTRONG
MARK f thanx! cheering: soccer, hockey "fun"
prom, homecoming - skits "venga" Owattona!
good friends AB, LC, KG, JU, SS.
MELANIE A. ARNDT
Bry Hockey Turns '83 ag cd kg sb norbys BLG-984
CG prowling, behind the bush great acting m8Lm,s
thanx ma 8L pa 123!
DAVID J. ASPLUND
BASKETBALL 34 craig A the tank, steve -
runmmax space invaders John, Chris, Jack, Brian,
Joe, Cookie, All the Best
DAWN M. BABIN
RRR-Er What? KRG-By Gummyl JM JJ JP CF.
Sadies 83, J.A. wknd. getaway with K. thanx for
the good times
DEBRA R. BAKER
Gymnastics, Oklahoma '83, Friends, vacations,
Fun times! Glad it's over - Thanks Kellogg!
JAMES J. BARLAU
"LIPSTER" "J", Mean Green, Anne, GREAT
FRIENDS AND FUN TIMES THANKS
ARLEEN J. BARTELS
Memories! Brent! tennis, the spot, Dave, A8L l's, p.
chips, otay, pic. bench, sad-n-prom, good friends,
Ann, Jodi, Pat, M8LD, thanx!
WENDY L. BAUER
Thanx PM, LS, MT, DM Prom 83 W KIETH
Duluth Rm 603 PM, JB
PATTY J. BECKER
SCOTT R. BECKER
Zeppelin, 69 convt. melb, Mike, P.E. p. lot, 990
specials, COLD BEER, skipping out, I'm going to
be rich! bye.
JOSEPH T. BERAN
Melissa Thank You! FB, UWS, "Ottertailed W
Ceece A RumPool" J.R. no!, Pig, Prom '82 B.D.
Miss Ya FBK!
KARI L. BERG
Vball, M8cP band, Buford T., snails? BJ - it's a
secret, great lunch Mary! Thanks ME, JS, CN,
etc. 84 MDK!!!
SCOTT W. BERG
thanks matt - mike A pat- dan - steve - dale
'jason terry Y m 8a K, also pete, bruce, 8: kerry
for inspiration, todd beaners. we made it
MICHELLE T. BISSON
STEPHEN R. BJURSTROM
Skiing, Steamboat, Tahoe Saturday the 14th,
squid Gold 83-84, Lenny-B's "That's about it!"
Good times, thanx FBK
PATRICIA A. BLOMGREN
cc cabin, VH, quads, 4-I0 shot, cheering, soccer-
state, 50 yd line, twi, Sadies, aloha, do ya wanna t'?,
gang, did it wfstyle, Randy
MARSHA L. BOHEN
JULIE M. BOHN
Wiener! Dino Flute CB Beauty Alert! KW Okla-
homa! Celestina '82 Little Libby! Teresa God
Bless you all!
CYNTHIA L. BOOTH
JERRY 8f22f83 forever Good times, Great
friends, Flemming 83 6'WAHOO" Partys at JBs
Thanx! SN, HL, KS, IG, RS
KEVIN M. BOROWSKE
TODD J. BOSS
New Years 82 Rad. 81-82 Lovicks D.B. FTR. Par-
ty! Hockey 82 83 - bus trips Tues. Movies Jed da!
EV. died Schmidy!
CAROLYN M. BOSSENMAIER
Nancy Patti Jean JB, ML, KW. CC State 82, 83!
track. Hello there sir. . .Idid it once! signs, rolling,
TRACI L. BOYD
Bill - l0f25f82, Sadies '83, Janesse, CF, MT,
CM, DK, KW, 12f1f82 HOCKEY!, Old Times,
Mpls., SODIUM, Bye!
KAREN M. BOYER
Gymnastics Y state, swimbash - track, Prom
'83, ccvin CWEI, 7up, twi! ccc, RIM" the Spot
como, Peg Asa, great times . . . thanx!
DONNA L. BRASKI
3!I5f82 Stinky, RC, To JP, TM, choir great! Bag
lunch with J.V., M.L., Cookies, mcray Good bye
LYNNE M. BRODTMANN
Swim fbashj - flane 6 wfjj8LawJ Peg Kris 8L Sue
I2 - how long?! sj fwfknj RIM MEA parties
great friends. Thanks FBKI
GERALD H. BROWN JR.
CHARLES A. BUCHE
Good friends and good times, DD EA RS TC, S.D.
"All time high," Schmidty, Stooges, BIO, 84 rules,
ERIC S. BUCHHOLZ
Yamaha I 13, Bobs Cycle, Kimmy 6f29f82, Flor-
ida, Swimming breast-Hy, 83 state! 84 state'?, 82
Toy, Flashdance, No Doubt!
R if ,
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JULIE A. COLLETTE
buzzyg soccer, s-ball homecoming, sadies, prom
twi, quads, "the gangfi aloha, skits, limo, thanx
mom, dad, jj, cdsm we did it wfstyle
PATRICK G. COOK J
GREAT Friends, Football, Basketball, Baseball,
Thanks, sogg Good times were good, then there is
Hwg Will I miss it?
LYNDA M. COULSON
Eric, sadies, cheering, Florida, KG, urgent, cast-
away, "6", Radison, 50 yd line, TM, Gordon,
KIMBERLY J. DANIELSON
CHERYL N. DANKS
Cheerleading 83' The concert S.M.A.K. Florida
83' Late night out on the town Anyone for swim-
ming? Room? gb fbk!
LEANN M. DANLEY
cam remem forever 3fl6f82, l2f9f82 love maybe
baby, fair 82 !'rape', michelle, taco, hotlips, pee-
wee, kenner, dp, loving friends duddley
TAMMY R. DERIDER
Choir, oklahoma!, Tavern, , parties, walks,
prom, fun, KR, DB, Sis, Carmen, Marn, friends
. .. , Merci! God Bless!
JILL A. DEZURIK
Cooge, Oct. 2 81, L. stew - D.D., homecoming 83,
prom f sadies 83, soccer - "sed. me", limo,
"h.b.", solar eclipse, Cindy, Thanks
MATTHEW T. DEAN
track, cross country crunas to ffl, no pain no brain,
life is like a house, Zi mbabwe, dnc, Polo broom
ball, Thank ewe!!
LYNN M. DIEDRICH
Kansasg 82 3L 83, ronnie m, withrow, 2-4-84,
thanks Lor, K.S., gil 8: susie, tfns, mddm, mike
c8cmike d, Peaches!
DOUGLAS B. DONOVAN
Hockey, Soccer, Parties, New Year's - 81, The
Boys CB EA RS TC, S.D. high, gffgt, Thanx
CYNTHIA A. DOODY
"dudei', do ya wanna t'?, tbc, twi, p-puff,
bl, mt, sh,jh,jw 8: tj! skits,quads, skiing,
gtc fun! a-boom-boom! the gang - "We
did it wfstylei'
DAVID C. DRAGE
"Cece", F.B. B.B. and Hockey, The Pig, Rum-
pooleg Valdez, Thanx mom, dad and friends A
KIMBERLY M. DREVNICK
Sadies 82 83, its not mine officer, Ed baby, Ahh
Rip! apple r. Renae Lisa wake up! owie owie my
baby toe! thanx m8cd
MICHAEL T. DUCHARME
The Togas were great the low Riders are fun but
cruisin Central was the only ajfone, Kemps customs.
the tfa Bandit?
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JOY A. DUFOUR
Fleming '82 8: '83, H.C. '82 tripping! 5-5-83
Scony. Snowbound '82, DWJ, Myrtle's parties,
JOANNE M. EAGAN
Officer Perkins, T.C., 8f82. G.H., Aerosmith, V.
show T.P., 7-10482. Parties, good old days. Thanks
THOMAS A. EDHOLM
soccer, state, sammy 8L sword CHAIN SAW,
spare me boito, mangle boxes, waw. IDCA, party
wagon, CMP - shake, what can I say!
MICHAEL A. EHLERT
IL FR NR! MF MU TO MP 83' Tama Drums!!
Tom F.V. Y Doug M. F- aIVH! RODNEY! SA
Including you! GHM
ROBERT D. EHLERT
Boundary Waters, band OI' Mex, ACXDC concert
Hoyt and Fisk, baseball Jill P., Sabbath, and Q.R.
Thanks Kellogg and G.B.
DEREK R. EKSTROM
LEANNE love ya l1f6f81 halloween 83 1f2 gal
"bubblehead" sk yn yrd seagrams kegs thanks lg
cb jb fp kj later MUCH!
SARAH L. ENGEBRETSON
M Band, Oklahoma! Skiing, KG '82, SAP pals,
Moo, Cabin, Hey JE, coffee! Office, JK, SM,
nwswd? Thanks, Kellogg!!
JAMALEE A. ERICKSON
V-B '83 pen, sheryl, shell, The WHO! hm. movies
"waw spy" "snarl" mp ls. pza hut "fish" "Soho!
cpt. crunch! ttbh?
JASON E. ERICKSON
Bye! Thanks Kellogg! night of Psat! Good Friends
js. sh, dk, hs, kb, kj. memories! NOW! Thanks
Family, Everyone. LYMD.
MICHAEL A, EVGEN
Thanks Mom Dad boxing db dj tsj Homecoming
'83' Teds Denny Ball Booboo Thanks friends whos
dead? ftr silver bullet Case
DOUGLAS P. FAFFLER
Utah, football, money, the troll, Led Zeppelin,
Hideaway parking lot "oops", the pig, the corpse,
g.t. with g.f.
MICHAEL J. FETROW
Michelle, Polevaulting, NUKE HtoB, Costello
STRIP-TEASE, Broomball, nyv-hen-da Bash,
Spank, Nips, onwards
JENNIFER A. FISCHER
Calif - Karen The flags! fair 83 ck-l-Moose! Jen
41234 or 5? thanx Schwieg! aso nhc Mexico 83
Kato yalive? Gs cont. Jilfl
CARRIE A. FITZGERALD
Oct. 5, 82, Jeffy, Navy, TS, JA, TB, DB, JJ, Sadies
"83" N.E. Depot. Old Times. Parties, the tramp.
JAMES C FITZGERALD
CINDY C FLACK
Track 83'State 84" motox 4th limo 52S cheese
World Tour' gtc room 119 Dale Prom Sadies
Thanks Mike Karen Paula!
PATRICK J FOLEY
mellowww State soccer 82 hockey the spot the
pig Ottcrtatled Thanks Mand D coaches teach
ers, and friends!
DEN ISE M. FORSBERG
THOMAS A. FRAZIER
Wrestling, The late show at BK, VH "Everybody
Wants Some" Mikes Movies, Utah, you know who,
thanks for gt with gf!!
SCOTT J. FRISCHMON
DB, JD TMS 84 gang Trophy Lizard Football
Baseball Party Rodeo T-Movie Hilltop FBK
Thanks Mom 8: Dad Woods
LEANN A. GALLOWAY
DEREK llj6f8l love ya halloween 82 "pretty de,
cb" new yrs 82 "the van', summer of 81-82 yahoo!
gf. ja, kj, jb. cb, jz thanks m8Ld
ANNETTE L. GIBSON
Ronnie, hockey turns '83, BLG-984, norbys, great
actress, CG prowling behind a bush, ma cd sb kg
tn. thanx mom 8L dad
JAYMETTE L. GIULIANI
Thanks Kellogg for long lasting memories and
good times! bb 83, sb 82, 83, Ff 83, Gwen? mb, sc,
kl, nw, jg, dw. thanks mom and dad.
LISA D, GLENDE
MIKE, Kim, renae, kim, jen, sadies '81, 82, 83',
Prom '83', summer '83', painting, como, Perc. '84',
"bleep-balk", Mom 8: Dad - Thanks
JANE C. GOERTZEN
harts, yaz, sandys, cher, mc, ts, ms, rz, fort, hun ya
scoonya, Cumbridge, ol mexico, mike, comodudes,
p69, msi, thanks friends 8L family!!
SUSAN M. GORECKI
The G.G. C.D. L'S A Cross The Bridge P.J.'s k.g
s.g k.s k.k Good Goods Minneapolis I need some
KAREN G. GRAF
Billy, sadies - h,c. 81-82, Florida, Norby's, sts. of
San Fran, crackers, 72 blue, 50 yd., pr party,
vcnga, "T", cheering, great friends!
TIMOTHY B. GREENSIDE
tennis ich, debbie, samples, good corners, tornados,
pb's, sammy, penguins, i.d.c.a., Thanks!
JACK P. GRENGS
B-Ball, thanx Denny 8: Doug, the boys, the girls!
Jed, ME, TJ, Bigfoot, are you ok Ev? TP, KL, BB,
plums Thanks Mom
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CHERYL K. GUTHMILLER
Rodeo ffl, Rough times at Kellogg. !'75" Chevy
Pickup Winner. "l006" Country-Western For-
ever! Cowgirl Skinner.
CYNTHIA R. GUTHMILLER
It's finally come to an end. The good times 8L bad.
parties. football games, lots of good friends s.r.,
j.w., r.j., k.p.
PVT. RONALD L. GYSBERS
DAVID A. HACKETT
SLT ll-l-82 ll-l-42 Soccer game Peppermint
Talks Prom 83 LD Advise Shilo 5-l-83 Calif
JOSEPH S. HANNIGAN
football, baseballfstate, basketball, "All World"
moms. dances, skits, skiin' the gang, quads, blow it
off! thanks Kellogg
MICHELLE M. HANSEN
Todd! soccer h.c. - leadin owatonna sadies twi tbc
b-skiin quads aloha boom-boom d-y-wnat'? thanx
gang! we did it wfstyle!
WILLIAM B. HANSEN
Missy, F-ball, Track Raddison, Prom, sadies, Tue
movies, New Years, Midnight dips, Not without
Schmitty. Thanks FBK!
TIMOTHY A. HANSEY
EUGENE R. HANSON
JILL E. HANSON
FHA, VICA, Washington D.C., National 4-H
Congress, M.L. R.G. D.B. -Sadies and Prom '83,
KARI A. HANSON
l Love John! Forever! Swahili! Good Luck: DF,
KP. AB, AS, DK, BS, Nights at Sleepy Hollow.
TODD G. HARTMAN
Don't Cry, Don't Raise Your Eye. It's Only, Teen-
age Wasteland. The Mods, The End.
PAUL D. HASLACH
"lynn", good friends, uperc. 84 forever": da, ah, sa,
mk, js, bm, lg - football, tennis, band, pt A
JOHN P. HASSE
Skiing. upnorth, beach bike, Wild Mt. home away
from here, Crash victim Wanna get hurt, Profs,
Neat tile. tape some heads
STEVEN D. HAUBLE
The Who. caboose, "Wasted Time" Swimming
Stinkes, minimum energy maximum randomness
The Beaners Liveg SCSU.
A .1 f
JED R. JOHNSON
NUGENT, rules, TA, Eu Died, Hockey, B-Ball,
cards, nye 82, Hunting, db, dt jst gang, me, jg, ccc,
radison ftr, hey, dude, thanks FBK.
JENNIFER J. JOHNSON
COHI. H42 w's - bk rw 8L bsb udf big V Jen f the
look A so hard! fik M-l- 19:26 getn old! fi. sv ycs
Acts 2 s 82 kato - deb Mexico 83.
MICHAEL S. JOHNSON
Wrestling, state? Gymnastics Doug, Shamo a.m.
runs How do you fall down Shane broomball p.t.'s,
it's water bed room man.
ROXANE F. JOHNSON
Rob l0f3Of82, b-day, vsb, toga, Urgent, loverboy,
v, sin basn, g8Lg, keg, WPD, Liz, Cin, cl-mb,
wwdd-sc, tjtpel pp brtw, gtgf gb-K!
STACEY A. JOHNSON
Love Ya Bill! 6f18f83 Taylors Fa1ls,'83 Wiscony,
taboo synopsis GT, GF, HL AC LS SM Thanks
Mom and Dad BYE!
SUZANNE M. JOSEPHSON
Soccer 81483, Cmtj "Joey" It's been FUN wfKN,
LBI. 12-how long? Eve 82, parties, MEA! The 4,
We did it wfstyle!
KATHLEEN S. KAISER
State tennis 83 skiing EVA CC HOBS MUGS SO
- mobile sadies BP swisher Karen! cans MK
8Omph g8Lt burbs appt?
AUSTIN L. KALLEVIG
1978 PETRA Stonehill? Asland CXE JC Rom
15:13 fno onej boring smile nonfconformist white
DANIEL J. KEIL
WHO,death of the IMP, waw, Who parties, ca-
boose. "Wasted Timeu, Johnny, Faces Holiday Inn
peep show, Ex. Bull.
TERRANCE F. KELM
T! Crutches, Am. Life, Who, Val-Sadies '83,
Sheryl, Waterskiing, KG, PS, DK, LS, SL.
KIRSTEN L. KENFIELD
The gang! Pizzahut! I'm sure! us, Dalton, Trips!
convention! Am. Death, choir, overnites, the plays,
Madame, Thanks Kellogg!
MARGARET M. KNAUS
Swimbash '83 Lyn, CWEI, RIM, 'nastics!, como,
twi, Colorado, Prom '83, "ccvin" Asa, Steve, Kar,
Thanx ma8Lpa - SL Sievers!!
LOR1 S. KOPLIN
Hey! Thanks DECA and Mr. McDermott The St.
Paul Hotel was the BEST! Regions, State Comp.
JUDITH L. KUCK
Marching band, pep band, What'll we do now? SE,
SM, Sadies, "ford a river," Put it in neutral, CD,
Good times - So long
MARY P. KURITZ
BL, DA, JC, KW, LR, Ken, Soccer, BB, SB, ski-
ing? PERC, sadies, quads, skits, "Don't stop belie-
vin'!" MSLD, ILY!
ANDRE T. LABRASH
Cross Country, Track State Champs HtoB Broom-
ball Ski Utah Fets Ahti Nace Dean Ram-Chargers
Shnaggy, 30 l6's, Uncle Sidney, Sunshine, Wis-
cony, New Years 82, Thanx RS, AC, SJ, CB, IS-
KATHLEEN A. LEE
PTL! trips Snap Rac Bo Tater MH JES 8: BC DA
KC HO 8a M family Europe App! awesome plays!
sure Matt 5:l6 Amen!
MICHELLE R. LEGAULT
CC track, cheers CBUM 8: GMWD YL 8: Cast-
away, JN, KN, SO, KWZ, JE, CB, cherry, capt
crunch, gong Mike - Sadies 83
SCOTT J. LENARD
WANNA BET? Am. Life survivor, soft brawl
games, WAW, raquetball, Sadies 83, Chex, Blow
it offT Thanks to all.
CHRISTINE A. LESCH
camping! - mem. 82!, B.K., mass murder!, l-way!
jc! good friends!! - ks, jh, mm, am, js, Sherbet!,
pep-pat! Lush7, Thank You God!
MARK R. LILLEMOEN
goodtimes, sometimes, moto-x 26n, 28n, 57, ml. eb,
bk, ra, sb, ac, cfs parties! homecoming, COLD
BREW good-bye! ILYcal
SUSAN A. LONETTI
l0f29f83, Therese, Lynn, C.M., K.W.,
"SUCHYS", wrestling, memories, Love You -
Mom, Dad, K 8L N!
DAVID P. LOVICK
Nancy l-7-82, Hockey, mr. R, D.B. Mjtsj 8L
Gang, Evs Dead again, Rad. 82, New Years 81,
destruction of 82, f.t.r., Case
MARIE T. LUNDGREN
Greg 6fl6f83 Dear Dabby E.H.S. Thanksgiving
McCray bag lunch mud hole fff Jeff l2f3f83
Thanks Mom SL Dad
ZINA K. LUNDGREN
F8LFesp - Geo, Jim, Rhonda, Kathy - Prom 83
Nags tour retreats plays si-no Im so fat! laugh at-
tacks cc baha lm sure! auh!
BARBARA A. LUNZER
"Goobie", b-ball, s-ball, quads, 4-I0 shot, cc-cab-
in, J-ville brauts, your mother, Flappums, mpk i
dont stop-, We did it wfstyle
CATHERINE A. LYNCH
"So after all is said and done, I'm gonna move
while it's still fun, I'm gonna walk before they
make me run!"
TIMOTHY D. MAAS
Judy, Home 83 Bull Stillwater, Airborn, I wish I
had my knife. Gumby Poofer Nickles PF, SnA one
night Phil 4:4
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CHRISTINE M. MANDELL
Roff Roff Errt Ssss! W-W-Warren Boo l8L2, Big
Boys, that was a I 3, Tanx Kellogg! SM FM SB CH
CRAIG A. MANTEUFFEL
party from dusk to dawn crash in the van horse hill
St. Croix I don't want to see one beer can left here.
freez busted. no
LISA M. MARENTIC
My driving! Sadies Thanks D.B., J.J., C.S.! Okla-
homa Cast Parties! That Night WOW! '84 Rules
DOUGLAS R. MASER
gymnastics!! Fred Greg Thanks crash and burn!
how do you fall shamo?! mike, tom, mike, andrea!!!
Oh well state 84 wendy IAF
RICHARD A. MATHIES
JENNIFER A. MCARTHUR
Europe: massage parlour entrez-vous, make a path
are we in Nebraska? Oklahoma Yeow! gymnas-
tics, skiing, potlucks thanks!
MICHELLE R. MCKENZIE
journey "83" - first aid, wisconi, gr, 100 proof!
middle of roselawn? "oh officer we're sorry" gt gf
most of all todd 1f2lf82ILY
CAROLYN K. MCSHANE
My love to Shell, Diana, Sue, Mike and Traci ruts!
watch it! Di, got any grease? sensational! thankQ
esp. jfjj CC kl sh zls
PAULA J. MELBYE
Thanx to Best friends -W LS WB CF SB ML BF
SS - Prom 83, duluth, room II9, p-n-f, kw kg mt
dd, Thanks mom, dad, 8: fbk
FAYE A. MEWHORTER
SUSAN L. MEYER
SpainfFrance, JM spoons, airheads, Marching!
Jazz, bike to Duluth, movies, SE, JK, CM, cow
skit, Mound, Our bet!
BRIAN G. MILLER
Julie, Love you, 29, gh, Football, Basketball fl,
Baseball, Great Friends, Momis, Dances, Skits,
Miller Time, '84
JEFFREY J. MILLER
Coloss, BBQ's me "J", the '!Buick" road cruise,
"slam" skin fishing ice, bwca the oaks the "boys",
benefits score thanx FBK
THOMAS P. MILLER
BWCA fishing Wild fundraisers HM Bites
Thanks Kellogg for the best 2 years of school with
ROBERT J. MILNE
Rasta - Tomfcrusinfimp, perc 84 - mb: play-
mates, Waw Wow, Europe '83, Camping, Thanx
- Family, BR, SC, Friends Churchies Psl. 23
JOSEPH A. MOLIN
Times with Jane 75 road runner old gang DL JB
PN BL CF JH spooner skinny dipping the cain
JWTP ILY JG BK
MARYROSE N. MORGAN
Off we go - Crash! 13063 Valentines Prom 83
Tex amer, life '55 Galtier 8: Iona Korea, Ger-
many, Mexico, Brr! Sperry!!
RICHARD W. MORIN
Jesus Christ ffl, Thurs. July 22, 1982, Aug. 29,
1982, I.L.U. Lori M.! "'Sat. Feb. 26, 1983, Ex., eh!,
Mich. thanx Kellogg
CCS - 3f I 5f83 - ILY! 2 yrs CBE, cheering, pep
band, TD, MD, JS, mom, dad, thanks Kellogg,
WILLIAM R. MUCK
Goodbye all this! CAD Hello oblivion! "mint" 71
Monaco lmmer mit den rule! DC WP noch ML
gcc THE TIME
SHANNON A. MURPHY
New Years '83 Smurf Hey Babe G.T., G.F.: D.D.,
VZ., S.M., S.J., H.L., M.M., T.V., L.G., Love Ya
Joe 9-22-82 Halloween 82 gl 83 lst
ERIC J. NACEY
NonConformist, Crash, Swamp Running, Beach
bikes, Boater, SPAN KY, Broomball, Bowie, New
Wave, Fet, Bash, Family
RAYMOND J. NAROG
Good Times Good Friends Mark-Dells, Mike-
Scruntg J.H., G.R. A- up north, sis., s.l., t.t., j.u.g
KRISTEN L. NEGAARD
LB, SJ, Europe 83, tour-82, 83, The 4, RIM par-
ties! sj, I2 - how long? Eve 82, Capt crunch,
MEA, fun! memories
CHARLENE R. NELSON
Tennis, T.I.G., D8LD, Variety Show '82, "True
Africans", Jazz Band, Kar, Lonz, Melis, Thanks
everyone and good luck!
JEFFREY A. NELSON
Skiing, M.S.S., Biking, Rxoversg T.F.B.g Cancun,
Cavinglg Big Sky, Sheridan WY.
MARK G. NELSON
Buddy! Dibbo's. Diving, Photography! Parties, kb
83, It just aint wirt it. the pinto, pull in Bucks! ma,
dad, I made it! thanx!
RYAN D. NELSON
soccer runner-up "82", 83 mr. rollie, frank, lou,
hockey, UH-OH, c.h., me., t.b., d.I., j.g.,
Shmitty, Later i dude, Thanks!!
SHARON M. NELSON
NSP - ks Melrose, Chetek, KN, Bsa. LJ -
trucks, toga, Insd, IB - cpl! dm's CB cc friends!
wahoo Wash. D.C. 82 Tony Q6-l4j
SHERYL L. NELSON
gymnstx, s-ball, agents pen, james, shell, "waw-
spy" "geez" The Who! Europe mpls. hm - movie.
TK. pzahut "snarl" sadies Soho
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JOHN A. NENTWIG
Spain France '83 7f6 Utah '84 Who Freaks AmL
Skits Roxy Music Disco jim J.L. VideO C10rg
Catch ya Later
JULIE E. NERHEIM
DAVID -I LUV U! the office, tlc, jks, mrl, Go-
Gos, Bustedl, ASPENI, f-ball, tits! drjen will live
again!, LL 8a BH!
MATTHEW J. NOESEN
Photdog, gosh darn it! Hs, Remember Wisc Brad,
cheez ski of S gazunga! yup, foot grap is daid fun
Crazy am life study physics, sh am oc id eJ
PATRICK A. NOLAN
Tish. Soccer, 50 yard line, cc's cabin, the gang, ftr,
skits, 10-1-83, Sadies 83, Roxanne, great friends,
thanx, see ya dudes
CYNTHIA R. NYGAARD
Loverboy, bd-day, urgent, hilltop, rcf - busted,
my bash, g8Lg keg, Johnf82, liz rox cl mb ma jg,
Bill farm, mh ld hd sdh, win on amd bn, gt gf gb
SHARON E. OELKE
Tennis - coach Jane - state 83!, Appalachia,
BWCA, Kathys van, Prom 83 Dave, Terri, gh, am
life, .IS ML KN KK MM thanx
SCOTT L. OFSTEAD
Ruts thow oddlj 77 Cutlass - what gas?! Rocs,
Macs, Mille Lacs 83 - Shelly. TA, Am Death-
otayl Thanx, everyone - km - missya!
BETH A. OLLANKETO
Go Michigan? Oooh Babyl, Choir '82, P8LF, 916
B, Harem, Volleyball, Skiing, Laughter, J.H,,
Thanks Kellogg!! bye
ALLEN R. OLSON
Sadics 82, 83 Knob The Swamp Fox "66,' Impala
SS 400 CID Chix Rylob CI NEED A WOMAN
BABY!! Dooin Thanx M8LD
RONALD S. OLSON
Liz, Sept. 1980, Bear DK Wiscony, El' Gottos
"Oly" Hockey 81-83 Prom '84 GF GT GB Thanx
Mom Oh of course Tess BF JO
RENAE E, OMDAHL
Kim, Lisa, Trips up north SP and ES, apple river,
Radisson, State Fair '82 '83 deer season Sadies '83
GORDON J. ORLANDO
GT GF GB, MT, DW, RN, TT. Party ABC. Night
crusin, beaches, WOMEN -Y Score! DISABLED.
LEONARD W. PARRANTO
DECA St. PAULvh rock band, raise a little?
Homecoming !'83" kris m,jj central, RATTLER
21 THANX MOM 8: DAD
KENNETH A. PAULSEN
' '... but as for me and my house, we will serve the
Lord." Jos. 24:15. Family Camp, Trail, Minn?
Thanks MOM AND DAD! P.T.L.!
THERESE A. PECK
bbs jj jw jm sl wild is Molins Cindi's schneak the
cabin "ury" Baffalo Inn schmidty spooner jb i'm
not even kidding! Thanx
CHRISTOPHER E. PEICKERT
STANG!! Baseball, basketball, friends, Sadies f
'82, '83, Prom '83, Good times, Forever Lori,
BRENT J. PETERSON
"Nice pooI" JJ's DG JH KM, "Just kick it" KK,
Reunion RR DB3 Eggpatrol JM ML, KW -
JODI M. PETERSON
Choir '82, special friends - SL, DB, TW, CB,
ML, KW, Sunny '82, Tom- Sadies '83, Parties,
dances, Ra-Ru! Thanks FBK
WADE T. PETREE
oboe head, lamancha, oklahoma, soph - solo?
deutsch, Flag team, 5tet, music theory, bm, dc, dw,
jb, kt, Thanx guys WARP AGAIN.
KARLA J. PLESSEL
I just want to say thanks to all of my friends for
making Kellogg gun, and a special thanks to Ron.
Bye! ILY RG!!
JOAN M. POLITISKE
Good Memories? Summers 82, 83. Skating, Roc's.
C.C. WARY. CM Nova, RShawk "R" Guys!
Glad to be out and about!!!
MARK G. PORADEK
Ang. D., Sade's '83, Cruzin, Central, Lic's, GEN.
LEE, 130, H61 no tic's, JZ, SG, HM, TP, Good
Times! U Betcha!
JAY G. REDINGTON
Racquetball, SL BW KW SS KL, North Stars,
Am. Life Survivor, I Want To Be A Clone, Thanks
RHONDA K. REICHOW
Appalachia - dgbl, eyjulio, barfy! famine, romp,
mr, trip syndrome, bbb - jf, ga, taffy, tasty fuje
garf, poke, friends-n-firemen! Ia!
SUZANNE W. RIECK
Thanks to K.P. C.G. J.W. weII Robin you have one
more year thanks for the memories thanks mom
and dad I made it.
GARY G ROACH
H1Guys what memories Nuggets 916 Reds
Harem sadies variety show Nancys car snow
queen Mr T Thanx Mom 8: Dad Later on
xx V f V
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DAVID A RUE
debate drama c-c Dr. Jen in Aspen Busted W.L. is
rubbish Better Dead Than Red Look Out Demo-
crats - here I come!
JON M. RUIKKA
DB, m,j, d, t, s,j. State B-BAll 83 84 F-Ball, Coon
Rapids, we had em! Prom 83 84! JByes! Thanks
Annie! and Kellogg
THOMAS J. RYAN
Fundraisers for our benefit. Homecoming in the
"LOT". Hockey Tourney. Good Times and Good
Friends. Later Kellogg
DENNIS E. SAIKO
Skiing, Hockey, Spongy, the Met, TOY! "doggin'
it" with RUSTY!! Thanks F.B.K.
JAMES C. SANDAHL
'Kl984" SL, ML, DP, SO, RR, DC's wrecked T-
bird. R8LR Les Paul guitar, Jazz l summer '82.
SHANNON L. SAUGSTAD
J.B.'s Racer! Black Sabbath Great Parties Special
Friends JS, BM, JB, JG, SM, LJ, Domino, Fuzzy-
Duck! I made it!!!
JOHN R. SCALZE
SOCCER-state, WAW, partywagon, PT and VS,
P gshake, a pink fairy? PERC-84 LIVES mangle
box, thanks FBK
MARK P. SCHABER
Jodi f great memories, hockey, track, soccer-
state 82, homecoming 83, owattona -Y cards!
"fish" waw - party, ju, rn, ss, tt, mt. sarcasm
JULIE K. SCHMIDT
Great friends! jen, seo, tjm, May 29 '81 Brian,
holland! Great times! cheering, tlc, dance!, smc,
gh, hurry! Thanks Kellogg!
LISA M. SCHOTIK
I Love You Dennis. 5f7f82, Jane, led zep, stwy. to
hevn., B-bits, Byprt, .Vs party, s.f. 82, J. lst aid,
LOREEN K. SCHROETTER
Sadies 81 prom 83 als monte wis rmll4 great
friends PM LD HL SJ LG CB KNP peck ur crazy
MARK bioya Kellogg
ROBERT N. SCHUNEMAN
soccer, 9l6 Vo-Tech, Schooney, Thanks Kellogg
SUSAN L. SEDRO
Appalachia! famines, just insure us bonds, light
shine, trips, plays, am death, choir, drama, ms fan
club, rubbish, convention, botdk knwsc
DAVID F. SH ELDON
Grace Church, BB, NWC mgr. mom 8a dad psII, t,
p, m, j. k, k, "SHELLY" rgb"'Philippians 2:29"
TODD A. SHOEMAKER
THE PHOTO MAN Later! J.V.gS.A., P.C.1J.Cg
and "BIG E" It's not over yet!!!!!! ma rp en as fr eb
er ap pl ken I50
CAROL J. SIUSTA
"72 chevy, DECA, hey-dude!! Thanx Sherry, PL
BI ERB. Later on. 'I don't know where l'm going
but, I'm on my way!
JENNIFER R. SKANDEL
Wake up! 5:30 wet-n-wild, no pain no gain, M bnd,
bathrm drs good tms, bad tms, great tms, sad tms,
Thanx-KH SS LG KP
HOLLY A. SMITH
Thanks Kellogg! Prom '83, TL lfl9f83, ME, ML,
RR. JS, SC, TD, SS, KL, gym., V-ball, pep band,
SL Jazz Band I.
JODY M. SORENSEN
Tasty fuje garf, dancing firemen, Poke! GA, abwei
mable firkin, You hate me! All my friends, esp.
Puke face. Thanks Frank!
LONNIE L. SPROSTY
Was that you? Henn. Co. Court Center, Go With
Show! Camaro II sec. lf4, dances, He Drove! Sue,
LONIE R. STAFNE
Tennis, TIG, ahc, Mich-blue eyes, europe, jm, cc,
3kw, Char, Melis, bb, TAFLYFB!! Thanks every-
JEANETTE M. STAI
SCSU. traek '83, Chew, Dear mum, GUYS!
blondes. JA, 68 Rambler, Dances, m8cm's, b-days,
Calif., bb83, MD, Thanks FBK "." .
SCOTT W. STATHAS
puntos, shpank, beeshk graplin, track, coonrapids?
jan I4, hm sarcsm zztop liftin circus macs? no
doubt jums jatt ebbw corndl jngye
DARLENE M. STENGER
Raddison horse hill res, jh mb tt blue pants goose
chase st dance kids - lwcn dear mh mf moonshine
kc mm perm wishes to mb
PENNY J. STEIF
P.R. Party, soul sisters, openhouse weekend, the
WHO, agents, 'james' jan. 83 Steve, fair, is. lk., p-
hut, swim, jule, 5am 7-ll, T
diz. hoz, manoo, mlcf, eonnie, jeff, jfk, andy, ptn,
bigu, mustang. soph. '82 , oklahoma, pep band,
tiger 8a poobear,
KAREN M. STUEVE
CHP-sn, melrose t.f.t6 ha! hal, prom '83, d8Lt's -
lnds, Spanky, poo poo, toga, Ms. Beasley, Chetek,
lj, kn, eb. ib
JEFFREY S. SULLIVAN
SHERI L. SWEEP
Friday nights, "Gabes" Brandy, dancing, Dennis,
Ken, les, "My friends who are the best" crazy
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egg, if , -ig ,
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Kellogg H.S. as gold 8: black I wish, I back come
to see. If not, I got the old memories of the happy
MICHAEL E. TAUGNER
GOOD TIMES, summer 83, FRIENDS!!! Hecks,
Gup, Bob, Kev, Trace, Care, WEEKENDS
DANIEL F. THOMPSON
Big Falls. Braham, Mora, Coonhounds, training,
the barns, horses, new places, the country, wilder-
ness I can't believe I'm all done.
RICHARD T. THORSON
Drama ml. sca. tar. D.K. v.s. stress out, H in B,
trpt. gt. many ple. "I like it . . . so far" Wed. 3:00
JOSEPH E. THUNHORST
Big B8cSh pank, 699, "shmeizzy", The broomball
gang: sq js md ph ah mf en al, buddy, 'ggentle jen"
Jazz I'82, 83, Mband '81 lazyday, ltd
JODELL J. TIERNEY
BILL, Prom, Sadies, Doya wanna T? b-skiing
boomboom, cc - cabin, quads, SH JC, CD, Thanx
FBK! Party, We did it wfstyle
MICHAEL P. TIERNEY
GT GF GB, GO, MS, RN, TT, Party ABC. Night
crusin, beaches, CHICKS - Score! Hockey See
ya FRANK B!!
DIANA L. TISCHLER
Pat. cc A cabin, VH, do ya wanna, rub adub da,
skits, quads, the gang, aloha, Sadies '83, we did it
wfstyle, thanks FBK 10-I-83
JULIE M. TOOGOOD
Toogs, Cheering, Sadies 81, 82, 83 FUN! caths
cabin, do ya wanna t'! twi Mike 6-29-83, the gang,
we did it wfstyle! thanx f'bk
THOMAS J. TRAVER
no doubt, Europe 83, The Stang, WAW party, T.
tubin'. W'surfin, skiing, skits, Sadies 83, carolyn,
tierny. nish. scoot. mark, bob
SUSAN L. TRIMBLE
Dave: ll-l-82 Soccer Game May'?! Prom 83 Bro
Lori's Letter Trading Places Dudly B-bits Lida
MICHELLE B. TSHIDA
Soccer 81, 82, 83. Track-s-ball. Prom 83. BOB.
gym. class 83 chemfstudy - party. The gang, sj
f-jc -ja - so - sl - st etc gtgfb
JULIANN M. TUCKNER
I2-l-83, "fitch it, sis, Macs, LOU-LOU, "err"
Duluth, road trips! Sun-rise special Friends, end-
less memories, Thanx!
JEFFREY T. UENISHI
nish! golf, tennis, soccer, skiing, track. puntos!
schpank! beeshk! fish 'cirus, macs? 79 Capri RS --
spin ss mj at tt ab rn Sarcasm!
JEROME R. UNGER
football, baseball, quarters, dances, skiing, toga,
JW, JG, JR, ME, SF, GW, The Gang, bama, 16th
slaming, Thanks Kellogg
CHERI L. VANDENBEUSQUE
TODD J. VILLAFUERTE
Party from sunset to sunraise dead in c.m. van. st.
croix, hilltop, my chair is wet Michelle i love you!
I f2l f 83
KARA I. WALLIN
Homecoming 83, soccer, b-ball, Track State 82,
83, "Oh gads!" jazz, love to family 8: friends esp.
FBK., PTL!, Phil. 3:14
THOMAS W. WALSH
Soccer, 81, 82, Boston Skiing, Dances, BRIDGE-
MANS 'Kas opposed to"
JUDY M. WANDMACHER
B.B's - T.P, J.J, J.M, S.L, buddy! hockey t'sg
buffalo inn, cindisg TED, J. Bs - "Im only l7!"
Hurry", sadies 82, wfD.H.
KIRSTEN M. WEBER
Gymnastics, cheerleading "porkers", Sadies,
Prom, Oklahoma - JB "You got a partner!"
Thanks to family 8: friends, Joshua l:9
JANELL M. WEGNER
Thanks to all my friends for making it a great year.
Thanks for all the great times together. Thanks RJ
KP SR CG.
KAREN M. WEISS
Boog Bun-ten, sb, bb, 5'4W, superstit, gong, cans,
swish, not cooll, Kath's van, d-nk, ce, Hi., ponti,
ram gang, KK, KH, gltgppf.
WILLIAM C. WELCH
KIM R. WELSCH
Ra-Ru cheerleading v gmwssp party w Jul 7-29
Eric - sadies cd jn ml sl pm ml t8cd colorado 83-
84 thanks mom dad Il 8: Heid pf
ELAINE M. WENDT
AL Jily DK, GE, GA, never forget had fun, thanx
Kellogg Glad to be OUT!!
GREGG M. WENZEL
State "83" Baseball, The J-Boys, M.E., S.F.,
Weekends, "What's the Special!", Tues. Movies,
B.K,, Thanks F.B.K.
NOELLE C. WEYHRAUCH
spanishfmk Jerrys JD Appalachia skiing dluth
Clash creamtop milk rapHsoc Citation amlf d8Ld
Michael tnwv thanx God!
NANCY E. WHITMER
Summer in the park '82, sprinklers?, '73ss, choir,
pc, yb, snob squad, hall bum, Charlie, cruisin',
honking, D-ka, Ang, Love Ya!
' lil, ' m ,
ELIZABETH A. WICKLUND
bd-day 4-83, vsb, hilltop ps, sins bash g8Lg kegs,
rox, cin, char, RCF busted mhl, ps more ps, nfmyd,
catch a good one. Later
DAVID J. WIEDL
We are vain and we are blind I hate people when
they're not polite-psycho killer A better run run
run run run run away.
DALE R. WIEHE
hockey, fball, the WHO who parties, mods, ca-
boose, the imp, sixtys week, waw, 200x, mhcc,
Johnny, prom, sadies, 9:37, thanx Cindy
ROBERT A. WILCOX
Wed. RB, SL, JR, Big "D", Old 719, Stars, Boo,
Sue, Noel, Journey, Good Times, The Parties
Over, Thanx FBK, MD.
MICHELLE M. WILKE
Crackers - soggy, snje jzkgps - Good Times, hm
movies Agency - the who, PR docks, "to us",
cheering - HC83 pp, tt memories
DEBRA J. WILLENBRING
John, Sadies 83, 10-9-82, Kaki, bffff, New Years,
Truly, VB 83, James, Sim, Lib, Ho, Sue, Twinkie,
It's been fun
BENET J. WITZMANN
Chris summer 83 Swimming Oh no Buddy 94
Dibbs Cheaps Cub Tues The BUll 1007 duck
hunt The Concerts GFGB
JAMES C. WOLFE
Hockey, Bball, Oakdale Inn, quarters, skits, JG
JU ME GW SFJJ, JC CC SH PB JH CD, Barb-
Great Times! Thanks!
PATRICIA D. WOOD
l0-llgr summer - cins parties f sis A song
Homecoming being Charlie dances Kim, don't for-
get "Pickel", circus, fun times DAVE
DAVID L. WRIGHT
TRACI, Mac gl Dons, Wiscony, 3 Wheelin, "13",
ANN AND DALE, 8-83, In The Park? Hudson
Bathroom? GT GF GB
JOHN J. WURST, JR.
GT. GF. GB, nightcruising, schmitty did someone
say party? BIR "83", the moose is loose! women!
yah ya do! Later Everybody
KENNETH H. YOUNGS
Snowstorm '83 Boring Nights! I Love You D.L.S.
the accident Thanks Kellogg THE GANG! G.F.
JAMES A. ZEECE
Homecoming, skiing, skies, Chev, VANHALEN,
K. ...ACXDC ZEEKMAN
LORI A. ZENT
CHRIS: Love Always, 5f24f82, baseball 8L bas-
ketball games, friends, fun times, Sadies - '82,
'83, Prom '83, Thanx!
ROBBE C. ZINIEL
83 C C State, Track, friends, good times, ya 'gotta
tin? Where did it go? Stang, Buggin, wild ones,
wkends, sleds, Thanx
Mary Kuritz sneaks in on the picture with Melanie
Arndt and Annette Gibson.
Jane Johnson screams her lungs out!
Hola! Doug Donovan.
MICHAEL P. LESSARD
Friends-u know moto-x The spot PF park Otter-
tailed limos cold beer GTC cheez H-52 Cindy -
when did it start? money!
CHARLA A. LOOSE
wild horses, KRIS, sr, MICK, 6f16f82, lwcnrj,
dw, OOOhj 13g, jhgr new york, Calif, margo, tere-
sa, suem, ccy i l u vu ks, shattered bye!
THOMAS A. PECK
no guts no glory, gto-tko, capri, Spooner, fleming,
prom, road trip, river blues, "chew on a lip"
roachesg Demo, s.a. r.a. j.b. l.v. r.f.
DAVID J. SHUBAT
party at stewies busted duster, stiggy, creeps, bone,
slug 83 midgets universe small eyes, mh days glad
RICHARD J. SMITH
The Clan, Bone, Shubit, Lob, Al, Lon, Elhert.
AIRBORNE RANGER! Tiger Stripe! later
RICHARD A. SUCHY
Old times with EA BC TC DD flying 2 Petes
excape from Washington Co. softball Scony have a
coldl max M High
DARCIE K. THEIS
Thax to DECA, Mr. DT8LJM, BE, TL, LK,
Lewy's, Como, parties 8L good times. Once a friend
always a friend. Bye!!!
JOHN COOK, I
ROBERT ST. SAUVERS
KIM YON TANN
Dave Wiedle gives a mischievous look.
John Hasse reads up on wines.
Sometimes, you just have to
Ed Acosta roots on the senior girls,
Todd Hartman, Doreen Ariola, Pat Foley, Carrie Bossenmaier, Karen Graf.
Sandi Morris, Scott Ofstead, and Nancy Whitmer show their Seniority over Danika Zick.
Sandi Morris shows her school spirit.
One of the gangs during Homecoming week.
Mary Kuritz runs for a touchdown in the Powderpuff football game.
Kale Lynch works with the computer.
Jeff Uenishi reads the data print-out.
Gary Roach awaits Physics with a smile,
Bob Ross and friends work on a car engine.
Rich Smith fixes a tire.
Tom Peck works on his art draw
Dale Wiche thinks about his computer program he just had printed off.
Mark Poradeck makes a movie.
Harold wants you! . . . me? Uulie Bohn AMCJ
Dave Asplund looks at someone,s paper.
Todd Shoemaker does a Double-take.
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Mark Schaber and Dan Addington study in the library.
Joann Eagan and Gayle High talk
Jim Sandahl enjoys thinking out-
Tim Holmes and John Nentwig
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Marnee DeRider enthusiastically
begins her day at Kellogg. Aww,
Mom not chicken again'?!! fSonja
Now you guys! Drawing pictures
like that of teachers is not Il1CCl'l
fPaul Ramnarine and Mike Hahnj
Am I in the right school" fColleen
Mary Ellen Brown
Secretly we have placed six wads of
gum on that chair. Gregg Katzen-
maier is seemingly unaware!
We'll never tell!! QJill Feickert and
Please Mike, fMurphyJ isn't it my
turn yet? fMark Lagerquistj
Hmm! I wonder what would hap-
pen if I glued all the pages of Mr.
Herzog's score together. fFrank
Finally .lon fHalversonJ takes a good
Smile! You are on candid camera, fCe-
Polly Burson and Stephanie Lawrence
checking reference materials in the li-
"I think the flutes sit over there Caro-
lynn." fLynn Weissj
No guys, that's not the way you play
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Kaylene's reaction to Stephanieas find while building a Homecoming float
The camera catches another Junior. fKris Garinj
Ray Stenger, Mark Lagerquist, and Beth Janzen taking it easy during fif-
teen minute break.
Cheryl Cannon studies her music for band.
A standing ovation in the cafeteria?
Judith Burley enjoying her Home EC. class.
Band is Amy Bouchers favorite
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The class can't be that bad' fKara
Terry Sommerhauser shows her
school spirit by wearing black and
Dave Berg doesn't believe Jon Hal-
verson's wild fish tail.
Liz Frederiksen studying in the li-
"lt's like this . . . ", says Sue John
Paul Mayer and his shadow
We the class of '85, dedicate this page to the
last time we will have been able to participate in
picture day at Kellogg.
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ested in playing peek a
boo with the camera
Still others did not care
to have their pictures
taken, they were too
busy figuring out what
the card said.
While others wanted to
look good even while
holding the package
And finally there are
those that even though it
was picture day were
Watch out Kellogg! '85 is on the rise!!
No! Please Mr. Hartman, not ANOTHER five points!"
Jeff Tarnowski's reaction to his Junior year.
Taking it easy.
Madeline Chan shows us the typical Junior pose.
"I'm a JUNIOR!!" Uill Feickertj
Karen Rylander, Missy Stokes, and Sue Weavers working hard in
Vickie Zeece going for the first down in the Senior Girlsfjunior Girls
Sue Weavers enjoys the sandwich
her mom made for her.
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Karleen Lambrides, Sherry Mandell, 84 Mary Mayer getting
ready for pep fest.
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Mark Haugen enjoying the quiet halls.
Chris Hammer, Diane Miller, Andrea Crum, and Ann Westby. Doug BICSSHCF P0r1dCrS in the library
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Jack Keeley, Tom McMillin, and John Rieke.
Jenny Oswald and Rich Sonterre during lunch
Sue Cook, Kelly Ziniel, and Mary Szondy.
Kehn visiting in the lunchroom.
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Holly Theis admiring the earth
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Roseville School Board
Back Row - John Duncan, Dennis Linden, Dr. Lloyd Nielson,
Front Row - Joanne Cushman, Gary Trittle, David Monson, Lois Runyon
MILO GAUL GREG HELLIE
PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
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BARB GRENGS JOHN GRENGS
GORDY HANSON BRUCE HARTMAN
MATH SOCIAL STUDIES
NORM HERZOG CURT HILL
MUSIC BUSINESS EDUCATION
BOB HOLLY SUE HOLTHAUS
SPECIAL EDUCATION ENGLISH
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of mathematics. The assignment
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ATHLETIC DIRECTORX MARIANNE JOHNSON
PHYSICAL EDUCA- ENGLISH
"Boy now we are really having fun, KATHY KEMPF
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BILL JURNEY BILL LEWIS
SCIENCE SPECIAL EDUCATION
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TION Norm Herzog leads Riot Squad in a variety of musical numbers
"A job like this would kill an ordi-
SPECIAL EDUCATION SCIENCE
ORV PETERSON BARB PHILIPSON
SOCIAL STUDIES SPECIAL EDUCATION
AL RANEY BRUCE ROLLIE
"Kellogg kids are the greatest"
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PHYSICAL EDUCA- Herr Schmitz works diligently.
TIQN The many hats of Mr. Jurney are about to fall off!
Jerry Latterell is always smiling!
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Al Raney is thinking hard.
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cer players. You were super and
will be missed."
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REN EE JORDAN
COMPUTER LAB AIDE
SU PERVISORY AIDE
MARGARET DEMARS COACHXSUPERVISORY
GUIDANCE OFFICE AIDE
ALICE HEDBERG and PAT HUNNICUTT
CAROL SPORRE SECRETARY
"Good luck to the class of '84!" ROZEE MALM
Edythe Nackerud and Joyce Smith enjoy some pleasant converation. 3
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Annette Malts sits down on the job.
ANN ETTE MATTS
MARY ANN RADKE
ANNE HAUGAN COMPUTER LAB AIDE Mr. Gaul speaking to the students at Coronation.
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LIBRARY OFFICE ATTENDANCE OFFICE
RUSS SNIDER WINIFRED WOLKE
SUPERVISORY AIDE HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE
CAROL WOOD TIM WRIGHT
NURSE AIDE SPECIAL EDfML Mr. Tooley showing students how to put a program on a computer
COOKS: HELEN JENSEN, RANDI JOHANSEN, COREEN MILLER,
LETA DeBORDE, LEONA MORELAN, MARY JO FITZGERALD, KATHY
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game with Mr. Lueck directing.
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Dick Jenkins watching for 'his' group,
Need I say more?
Jim Stanway trying to explain a physics concept
Well what shall we wear tomorrow?
The art of disguise!
Gordy Hanson getting ready for the d
Jerry Latterell on the move.
Jane Palumbo ready to keep watch.
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Row l: K. Weber, J. Peterson, D. Braski, G. Welsch, J. Squires, R. Zeigler, S.
Hauble, J. DeZurik, K. Jones, P. Bankos, S. Sedro Row 2: J. Wheeler, L.
Schram, R. Johnson, T. Brooks, M. Chan, K. Kenfield, K. Shores, D. Sheldon
D. Addington, D. Ariola, C. Nelson, R. Carlson, Mr. Johnson Row 3: M
Paremski, B. Gamradt, S. Gorecki, T. DeRider, S. Stathas, J. Halverson, B
Tann, D. Rue, S. Carlson, K. Lee, K. Harrell, L. Rohe Row 4: T. Uhlir, P.
Blomgren, J. Nerheim, S. Heckert, N. Whitmer, M. Anderson, P. Langer, M.
Nchm, R. Thorson, J. Zollinger, T. Hartman, R. Gysbers, C. Code, R. Reichow,
Z. Lundgren, D. Kropp Absent: E. Addington, T. Maas, J. Olson, D. Johnson
Concert Choir was an opportunity for
Juniors and Seniors to participate in per-
formances together. The choir performed
for Homecoming Coronation, in three
school concerts, and participated in the
State Choir Contest. Many individuals
also went to State to compete in solos,
duets, quartets, etc. Concert Choir had a
great year earning money by selling con- A
cessions at school sports, games. Concert
Choir finished off the year with a Choir
inth Grade Choir
Ninth grade choir enjoyed the opportuni-
ty to be a part of fall, winter, and spring
concerts. Mr. Johnson got the choir off to a
good start to follow the excellent music tra-
ditions at Kellogg. The choir learned to sing
acapella. That was a challenge for them.
What's a pitch-pipe Mr. Johnson? Aren't
we singing with the piano?
Row l M. Flatten, L. Schneider, A. Gagne, M. Modean, A. DuCharme, L.
Rushenberg, J. Hartman, W. Gilson, D. Hess, K. Johnson, L. Busek, J. Bankos,
A. Linzmeier Row 2 C. Danielson, J. Riportella, R. Krebs, A. Ofstead, J. Biza
D. Johnson, E. Huang, T. Mackintosh, S. Rappath, B. Schaffhausen, H. Lamb,
Wiberg, B. Boom
Runyon, C. Haas
, Row 3 Mr. Johnson, C. LeMay, W. Breck, S. Johnston, L
, C. McMillin, P.J. Carlson, G. Lagerquist, P.J. Carlson, B
Weikle, J. Walsh,
D. Sweeten, B. Hahn absent: S. Russell, K. Mattson, R
, A. Halverson
Concert Band Ensemble
Row I: J. Schmidt, S. Engebretson, J. Skandel, P. Becker, J. Kuck, T. Cain, S.
Carlson, C. McShane, J. Stai, C. Bossenmaier, J. Bohn, J. Collette Row 2: J.
Giuliani, S. Morris. J. Sorensen, K. Kaiser, C. Cahill, S. Meyer, P. Grams, A.
Kallevig. K. Weiss, D. Willenbring, K. Graf, H. Smith, K. Berg, C. Danks, A.
Bartels Row 3: T. Christensen. J. Thunhorst, M. Filonowich, J. Helwegen, R.
Thorson, K. Paulsen, M. Noesen, S. Hanson, M. L. Struntz, D. Clark, R.
Carlson Row 4: B. Milne, L. Glende, S. Anderson, D. Ariola, A. Hujanen, M.
Kuritz, J. Scalze, P. Foley, P. Cushing, M. Johnson, P. Cook, J. Hanson Absent:
W. Petree, S. Wilke, A. Burns, L. Diedrich
Concert Band Ensemble had been the only band lucky
enough to have been under the direction of Les Lueck for three
consecutive years. Concert Band Ensemble was made up of
many devoted and highly active seniors. The band performed in
three formal concerts, starred in the annual Pops Concert, and
enjoyed a successful spring trip to the North Country. Many of
these fine musicians entered into the State SolofEnsemble Con-
test, in most cases, more than one entry was made. Quite a few
of the band members were also involved in the Riot Squad, Pep
Band, Jazz Band l, and some had volunteered to perform with
the Concert Orchestra. Concert Band Ensemble played a fine
year and their talent and leadership will be missed. President:
Matt Noesen, SecretaryfTreasurer: Doreen Ariola and Dave
Concert Band was made up of students in thejunior
class. Concerts were given fall, winter and spring. The
band participated in competition during April. Individ-
ual members also participated in competition along
with being members of Riot Squad, Pep Band, and Jazz
Band I. Concert Band provided the music for the
graduation ceremonies in the spring. Officers for 1983-
84 were: president A Kaylene French, secretary -
Sonja Hagander, treasurer - Ann Hartman, band
council - Michelle Commander, Sara Hallquist, Joni
Johnson, Sue Johnson, Liz Wolf.
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Row l C. Rhode, T. Anderson, R. VanNess, K. Faue, S. Lawrence, P. Harvath
S. Johnson, K. Rylandcr, D. Kielsa, L. Graf, L. Weiss Row 2: B. Janzen, J
Fcickert, T. Garceau, L. Kumpula, P. Burson, K. Garin, K. Anderson, J. John-
son, B. Boehne, B. Ahlbom, M. Commander, S. Bild, S. Hagander, M. Stokes,
L. Wolf Row 3 D. Radcliffe, T. LaTourelle, B. Nelson, E. Peterson, R. Herold
D. Ward, M. Korte, J. Benson, P. Thomas, C. Jessup, C. Foster, C. Quitevis, S.
Nocscn, R. Lynch Row 4: E. Wood, P. Ramnarine, F. Palumbo, K. French, J.
Putnam, Mr. Herzog, C, Waring, V. Lindberg, T. Cain, M. Hedenstrom, A.
Boucher. J. Rehnberg, T. Walters
inth Grade Band y
Row l A. Schuh, A. Paulson, C. Haugen, D. Olson, L, Weavers, K, Welsch, C, Kilian, T. Woerhle, D. Guenter, E. Wallin, D. Hagander, S. Husten, M. Route,
Olson, L. Quitevis, S. Kahn, C. Smith, J, Aascn, P, Schultz Row 2 S, Kubitza, T. Hare, P. Radcliffe, S. Recksiedler, S. Preda, P. Hindrichs, D. Grilz Row 4 E.
T. Lemay, J. Feickert, E. Baniak, C. Holmes, D, VanNess, E, Starling, T, Boom, J. Nelson, M. Hadritz, M. Holt, C. Kiland, E. Haukland, T. Foster, Mr.
Strand, S. Abrahamson, F. Costabilo, L, McKay, J, Scearcy, K, Lughine, K, Herzog, C. Anderson, R. Frischmon, R. Rogowski, B. Peterson, J. Hinderer, M. r
Reibel, L. Mewhorter, G. Rowe, R. Bougie, Row 3 B. Nygaard, M. Viker, R. Lillimoen, R. Wilkinson
Ninth Grade Band was under the direction of Mr. Herzog. It .
was a year spent getting to know how to blend together as a band
from various schools. They participated in fall, winter and l
spring concerts. This was the first time that ninth grade band ,
members could be a part of pep band and jazz band two. They p
enjoyed the experiences as a part of high school activities.
Row l: S. Gelke, M. Brown, C. Cannon, J. McArther, L. Coulson, L. Olsen, P
Chlebeck, R. Cung Row 2: K. Negaard, K. Wallin, L. Flaherty, J. DeYoung, B
Lunzer, D. Baker, L. Goebel, D. Koren, K. Skrypek, M. Evers, A. Jones, L
Sorenson, Row 3: M. LeGault, K. Colberg, M. DeRider, L. Erickson, L. Jerome,
S. Cook, G. Jacobson, L. Bosse, M. Szondy, S. Hare, L. Henderson, D. Walker,
K. Rowe Row 4: B. Klugherz, A. Skogen, C. DeSpiegelaere, M. Jordan, K.
Gutzman, K. Anderson, A. Westby, S. Wilcken, S. Anderson Row 5: J. Collette,
J. Stai, J. Kuck, S. Morris, D. Clark, R. Carlson, K. Weiss, D. Willenbring, M.
Filonowich, J. Thunhorst, R. Thorson, P. Cushing, D. Caum, J. Weismann, M.
Smith, M. Smith, K. Rubow, G. Roach Row 6: L. Glende, P. Haslach, M.
Kuritz, Mr. Negaard
Concert Orchestra has members from the sophomore, ju-
nior, and senior classes. Members from the orchestra also
participated in the fall musical orchestra and chamber or-
chestra. Fall, winter, and spring concerts were given for the
enjoyment of all who attended. Members Officers for the
I983-84 school year were: President Chris Cannon, Secre-
tary Paul Chlebeck, Representatives Sophomore Lisa Fla-
herty, Junior Mary Brown, Senior Michelle LeGault
Ninth Grade Orchestra
Mary Ellen Brown
Members for Jazz Band I
came from the various musi-
cal groups at the junior and
senior class level. It gave the
students an opportunity to
study and play different
styles of jazz. Performances
were held for the student
body in the cafeteria before
the holiday recess. Jazz I
participated in the Jazz
Band Festival at U.M.D.
along with one of the winter
concerts, Pops Concert and
the CBE spring trip. The
band practiced before and
after school with Mr. Lueck.
Jazz Band I
Row l: M. Filonowich, T. Herold, E. Peterson, S. Meyer, C. Lipke, J. Sandahl Row 2: J. Thunhorst, A. Hujanen, K. Wallin,
D. Clark, S. Noesen, M. Hedenstrom, C. Quitevis, P. Cook, A. Boucher, S. Schmaedeke, K. French, J. Davis Row 3: T.
LaTourelle, M. Jordan, H. Smith, C. Nelson, P. Rumnarine, M. Hahn, M. Smith
Jazz Band II
R. Frischmon, E. Starling, D. Hagander, G. Scalze, T. Woehrle, R. Rogowski,
D. Caum, E. Haukland, B. Peterson, D. Walker, R. Wilkinson, J. Hinderer, S.
Husten, P. Hindrichs, S. Preda, D. Grilz, E. Wallin
Jazz Band ll for 1983-84 had members from the freshman
and sophomore classes. It was a chance for the students to learn
different types of jazz and to learn a new form of music. The
band met after school with director Mr. Herzog. Concerts were
played during the school year.
Riot Squad Pep Band
Riot Squad was the pep
band for fall sports. They
played at football, volley-
ball, boys and girls soccer,
and boys gymnastics. Pep
Band played for the win-
ter sports boys and girls
basketball, hockey, and
wrestling. Both Riot
Squad and Pep Band have
members from all four
classes at Kellogg. Mr.
Lueck and Mr. Herzog
were the directors.
Row l: S. Carlson, S. Morris, J. Sorenson, H. Smith, K. Berg,
J. Stai, L, Wolf, A. Quass, A. Carciofini, D. DuCharme Row
Z: C. Archerd, J. Skandel, C. Rhode, T. Anderson, L. Kum-
pula, J. Kuck, G. Breitbach, M. Struntz, A. Zettel, L. Root,
K. Kalb Row 3: J. Giuliani, A. Kallevig, D. Willenbring, S.
Johnson, S. I-Iagander, B. Ahlbom, A. Piontek, S. Meyer, S.
Noesen, S. Engebretson Row 4: P. Thomas, A. Trammell, D.
Ward, P. Grams, D. Hagander, A. Simundson, M. Jordan, T.
Busch, R. Lynch, K. Paulsen Row 5: J. Thunhorst, B. Kilian
M. Viker, E. Wallin, S. Huston, T. Woehrle, T. Latoutelle, R
Thorson, M. Filonowich, E. Peterson, C. Quitevis Row 6: M
Hedenstrom, J. Johnson, J. Davis, D. Peterson, B. Nelson, S
Schmaedeke, J. Hanson, B. Peterson, A. Boucher, P. Cush-
ing, J. Hinderer, J. Helwegen Row 7: A. Hujanen, J. Putnam
A. Parranto, B. Kellner, M. Kuritz, D. Ariola, R. Bearrovd, S
Anderson, P. Haslach, B. Milne, K. French, P. Foley
All-State Orchestra: Chris
Cannon, Debbie Willenbring,
and Raphael Cung
All-State Band Alternate: Joe Thunhorst All-State Band: Sue Johnson
The KHRS DJ team of Dodd Clasen and John Enger.
Pictured from left to right: Tammy DeRider, Andrea Quass, Cindy Archerd, Jenny Fridley, Lisa Erickson, Amy Trammell. Not pictured: Jackie Borowski, Kim Anderst
Gina Jacobsen, Raquel Rodriguez
International Club, an organization for 3
those students who wished to participate in t
activities associated with foreign cultures, was 3
active and creative in 1984. The members met
many exchange students and had a fun time
getting to know them. This yearas activities
included eating at international restaurants,
hosting parties, and sponsoring International
Adviser: E. Miller, President: Lisa Erickson
The flags of various countries
Left to right: Dave Rue, Keith Niemi, Eric Huang, Carl DeSpiegelaere, David Bombardier, Glenn Davis Casst. coachj, Scott Williams
L'That the United States should establish
iniform rules governing the procedures of
all criminal courts in the nation."
The '83-'84 Kellogg Debate Team had a
successful year, taking home trophies from
7our major tournaments. The teams of Carl
DeSpiegelaere - Dave Rue, and Dave
Bombardier f Eric Huang represented
Kellogg at the region tournament.
Row 1: Eric Huang, Sam Kim, Catherine Apman. Row 2: David Radcliffe, Brian Weikle, Peter Radcliffe, G. Hanson QAdvisorJ Not Pictured Urosh Piletich and Tom L
Students met Mondays during seventh hour with Mr. Hanson i
prepare for competition in the North Suburban Math League. Tl
club was open to any students with an interest in math and a hig
ability in math.
Pgit Foley .lill l"l2lllSOl'l
The Kellogg Chess Team, coached by Mr.
Frank McCray, has been in existence since
1981. This years members included Raphael
Cung, captain, Eric Huang, Sang Kim, Urosh
Piletich, Peter Radcliffe, Dave Radcliffe and
Brian Wiekel. The team competed in the Twin
Cities High School Chess League. During the
82-83 season, the team went to the State Chess
Tournament for the first time. Success has
continued this year. The Chess Team helped to
promote decision making and logical thinking.
Kellogg Chess Team members Urosh Piletich and Peter
Boys' and Girls' State takes place every year
under the direction of the American Legion.
Every high school in the state sent one boy and
one girl to represent their school at the confer-
ence held during the summer. The students
run an entire political campaign from city to
state level. The purpose was to give promising
young people an experience in politics.
Row 1: Tami Peterson, Tim Maas, Mike Ducharme, Jon Kittelsen, Mike Murphy. Row 2: Lenny Parranto, Marie Lundgren, Donna Braski, Brenda Eldridge, Li
Wicklund, J odell Tierney, Tracy Dawes, Laura Fritchman. Row 3: Carol Siusta, Wendy Peterson, Lori Zent, Sara Johnson, Cindy Doody, Joy Zielske, John DenBleyke
Kim Fischer, Heidi Lange. Row 4: Vicki VanElsburg, Darlene Brandt, Kelly Pawlak, Chris Peickert, Darcie Theis, Lori Koplin, Dan Fahey, John Machean, Brian Wallii
Amy Bartholomew, Brian O'Fallon, Mr. McDermott, Ron Rehling.
DECA QDistributive Education Clubs of Americaj is a profe:
sional student organization for students interested in careers i
marketing, merchandising, management and sales. Students pai
ticipate in activities, conference, and projects that provide ther
with worthwhile experiences to assist them in their career develor
ment as they prepare to be the marketing leaders of tomorrov
Students have several sales projects throughout the school year t
fund their club.
p: Liz Johnson, Carol Gardner, Lisa Sahlberg, Lynn Musolf, Chris Callero, Lynn Crawford, Julie Heffron, Janelle Wegner, Sue Gorecki, Alana Prill Joy DuFour Mr
acher Assistants: Front - Jed Johnson, Ryan Nelson. Back A Scott Frischmon, Bill
nson, Joe Hannigan, Brian Miller.
Office Education Association is a profes-
sional organization for students in office
and business programs. It is designed to
make students competent employers and
help them develop self worth. Some of
OEA's activities during the '83-,84 year are
the Fall and Spring leadership conferences
which include competition in business ori-
ented fields, and the studentfemployee
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Row l: Gina Vitale, John Drage, Ann Tracey, Michelle Commander, Missy Stokes, Dave Rue, Chad Anderson, Liz Baniak, Scott Kalb, Row 2: Linda Olsen, Jodi
Mary Kuritz, Jon Halverson, Sue West, Karen Rylander, Julie Nerhiem, Melissa Riach, Charlie Kiland, Pat Foley. Row 3: Advisor M. Radke, Brent Peterson,
Hartman, Jenny Philipson, Sherri Mandel, Marlaine Braun, Margaret Holt, Jed Johnson, Joe Beran
Student Senate was made up of ten representatives from the
Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes. The officers for
1983-84 were: President A Todd Hartman, Vice President -
Brent Peterson, Secretary - Julie Nerheim, and Treasurer -
Brent Peterson. The faculty advisor was Mary Ann Radke.
The representatives organized activities for Homecoming Week,
Sadies, Snow Week, Charities Week, and Spirit Week. Donations
were given for students to participate in conferences outside of
President of Student Senate, Todd Hartman.
or up 'Wai ,f
Student Advisory Board at Kellogg was
composed of four students, one from each
class. They met monthly at the District Center
with Roger Wald and representatives from the
other three secondary schools in the district.
They discussed issues affecting Kellogg and
our school district.
Karen Rylander Uuniorj, Jonathan Drage fSophomoreJ,
Pat Foley CSeniorJ. Not Pictured: Liz Busek lFreshmanJ.
Members of the Senior class were selected
to meet with Principal, Mr. Gaul, to discuss
items pertaining to the senior class.
Brent Peterson, Jed Johnson, Joe Beran, Mary Kuritz
Row I: Sherri Ullman, Nancy Whitmer, Tricia Wood,
Jenny Shoemaker. Row 2: Dina Heiderscheid, Kristen
Wood. Row 3: C. McCabe, Sandy O'Mera, Janesse John-
son. Sloan Smith. Row 4: Dina White, Nancy Mohr, Deb-
Pep Club is an organization that takes part
in many school activities. lf it's games or social
events, we are there to participate. During pep
fests, Charlie is out cheering along with the
cheerleaders. Every member has volunteered
in one way or another whether it's making
signs, selling items, or just helping to get the
crowds in the stands going. This year's high-
lights include making a float for Homecoming
and receiving a new "Charlie,' in October.
l - Charlie 1 and 2 help lead a cheer
2 -A Pep Club members show lots of spirit
Athletic Letter Club
Kelloggis athletic letter club, under the
direction of Mr. Fred Kueffer, was open to
anyone who has earned a letter through an
athletic activity. The main event of the year
was the final dinner and presentation of the
Kelsoa Awards for Kelloggas most out-
Linda Olsen, Lynn Weiss, and Jennifer Philipson
show their support for fellow athletes.
Low l: Mike Johnson, Dave Rappath, Mike Murphy, Jon Halverson, Rich Vitale, Ryan Nelson, Pat Foley, Joe Beran, Jed Johnson. Row 2: Karen Weiss, Mary Kuritz
tharon Oelke, Lonie Stafne, Melissa Riach, Brian Miller, Joe Hannigan, Scott Frischmon, Bill Handon. Row 3: Jamalee Erickson, Arleen Bartels, Sue Johnson, Lisa
lohe, Carrie Rhode, Sue Weavers, Madaline Chan, Stephanie Noesen, Karen Rylander, Missy Stokes. Row 4: Carolyn Hunnicutt, Jenny Philipson, Linda Olsen, Joni
ohnson, Ann Hartman, Steve Killian, Paul Haslach, Ahti Hujanen, Shane Anderson, Doug Maser.
Editor Nancy Whitmer Mark Nelson in action
Row l: Ann Simundson, Alisabeth McClintic, Mark Nelson, Kelly McGowan, Kirsten Kenfield, Austin Kallevig. Row 2: S. Noesen fAdvisorJ, Paul Chlebeck, Carrie
Rhode, Stephanie Noesen, Debbie Beran, Nancy Whitmer, Susanne Carlson, Scott Ofstead, Rhonda Reichow.
Editors: Top - Nancy Whitmer QSeniorJ, Carrie Rhode Uuniorj, Stephanie Noesen Uuniorj, Bottom
Alisabeth McClintic CSophomoreJ, Debbie Beran fFreshmanJ, Kelly Gowan fFreshmanJ, Ann Simund-
This yearls annual kept up what hopefully
will be a tradition for many years to come. The
staff proved that with time and effort we could
produce a successful yearbook for the second
year in a row. We tried to keep an open mind
for suggestions from the students and faculty.
Our goal was to represent the school as a whole
and we tried to show this. For those that wer-
en't directly associated with Kellogg, we tried
to turn out an interesting yearbook from the
journalistic point of view. The yearbook staff
has had its ups and downs throughout the year,
but we came out ahead in the end with the
experience of making a yearbook and remem-
bering the crazy moments of meeting the pub-
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Section Editors: Rhonda Reichow CFacultyj, Mark Nelson CPhot0graphyJ, Paul Chlebeck COrganizationsJ
Scott Ofstead typing some copy
Stephanie Noesen works on a layout
Row l: Lisa Marentek, Sue Sedro, Tammy DeRider, Rhonda Reichow, Zina Lundgren, Kirsten Kenfield. Row 2: Leonard Parranto, Steve Hauble, Brad Holmes, To
Hartman, Dan Addington, Ryan Lynch.
Thespians were involved in the many as-
pects of putting on plays during the year at
Kellogg. Members helped build sets, run the
lights, usher, make costumes, and even took
part in the plays. There was a fall musical,
state one act, student directed one acts, and
Lisa Marentek and Tammy DeRider during the performance of the fall musical, 'Oklahomal'
ational Honor Society
Mr. Gaul handing Dan Keil his membership
Mr. Liebenstein, advisor, acted as the M.C.
for the ceremony,
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, ,.. senior year were selected for National
f 1 ' etet .. . Honor Society based on grade point
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.C Q activities, and community service.
A . Members were initiated in the spring
fl " of 1983.
Low l: N. Weyhrauch, M. Taugner, R, Mathies, T. Christenson, M. Noesen, A. Hujanen, S. Anderson, P. Haslach, R. Thorson. Row 2: S. Meyer, J. McArthur, C. Nelson
.. Stafne, K. Negaard, K. Weiss, J. Erickson, S. Oelke, S. Engerbretson, J. Kuck. Row 3: M. Kuritz, D. Hackett, K. Berg, B. Holmes, R. Ziniel, K. Wallin, B. Peterson, S.
Ltathas, R. Reichow, J. Sorenson, K. Kenfield. Row 4: T. Kelm, D. Wiehe, J. Coombe, L. Coulson, P.Foley, D. Drage, D. Asplund, C. Jasper, M. I.eGault, S. Wilke, D.
Villenbring, S. Sedro. Row 5: F. Mewhorter, J. Nentwig, S. Berg, D. Keil, S. Morris, T. DeRdier, S. Oflstead, N. Whitmer, S. Carlson, C. Nygarrd, J. Hanson, C. Apman
1. Lee. Row 6: J. Politiske, J. Schmidt, A, Bartels, K. Boyer, A. Burns, K. Kaiser, D. Tischler, C. Cahill, B. Wilcox, S. Leanard, A, Kallevig,
Kellogg High Radio Station
Kellogg High Radio Station, KHRS,
broadcast a variety of music during the three
lunch hours each day.
John Enger, Dodd Clasen, Mike DuCharme
John Enger and Dodd Clasen spinning some tun
The Ram- Chargers Cross Country team shows First Place pride in the State Cross Country Meet.
A Competitive Season
The Kellogg football team had a very
competitive season, this year. Their first
game was lost to Coon Rapids in a double
overtime. They had a three point loss to
Blaine in the closing seconds of the game.
Kellogg had a terrific comeback in the sec-
ond half, only to have Columbia Heights
defeat them by five points. Their victories
were over Forest Lake, Spring Lake Park,
and they made Homecoming a success by
defeating Ramsey. As a whole, the players
were able to overcome problems and keep
playing at a very competitive level. Senior
leadership was outstanding.
Jeff Tarnowski dodges the Rams.
All Conference: Joe Beran, Dave Drage Varsity Scores We They
Honorable Mention: Todd Boss, Pat
Cook Coon Rapids 13 19
Outstanding Offensive Lineman: Joe Anoka 7 13
Beran Forest Lake 18 8
Outstanding Offensive Back: Dave Blaine 7 10
Drage Spring Lake Park 28 18
Outstanding Defensive Lineman: Todd Mounds View 0 6
Boss Ramsey 8 0
Outstanding Defensive Back: Pat Cook lrondale 0 24
Most Valuable Player: Joe Beran Columbia Heights 27 32
Clint Ewald talks to Ed Acosta about the next play.
Two Kellogg football players seriously discuss the
happenings of the football game.
I 'N A 115
Jon Ruikka gets ready to pass, VARSITY Row 1: J. Toogood, J. Nerheim, J. Schmidt, M.
Stokes, S. Wallis, D. Elgaard, Row 2: T. Boss, D. Wiehe, S.
Kilian, B. Hindricks, P. Ramnarine, G. Welch, M. Anderson,
M. Noesen, K. Bergman, T. Herold, Row 3: D. Mathies, M.
Koil, P. Christensen, M. Murphy, S. Frishmon, L. Ford, D.
Schmitz, B. Hinrichs, J. Hannigan, B. Hansen, D. Drage"', J
nouski. B. Colvard, Row 5: Coach C. Ewald, T. Christensen
B. Boehne, J. Skie, J. Ruikka, S. Becker, J. Zollinger, M
Lagerquist, J. Rosenburg, M. Nehm. 'Denotes Captains
Faffler, P. Langer, R. Suchy, K. Shores, Row 4: Coach R.
Beranf, E. Acosta", P. Cook, B. Miller, T. Clark, J. Tar-
SQUAD Row li M. Smith, D. Knox, R. Leman,
Lipke, M. Wilson, L. Espersen, D. Bordeson, B.
senberg Row 2: J. Kukk, P. Bonrud, J. Siera-
wski,T. McDaniel, P. Osen, S. King, E. Anderson,
l. Garner Row 3: R. Norman, J. Honkomp, M.
Bauer, .l. Keeley, B. Palmer, B. Burns, B. Jwanous-
kos, C. Drake, J. Rieke, J. Weismann Row 4: Coach
D. Thorp, C. Goebel, J. Nasset. J. Zollinger, D.
Buck, K. Greenbush, D. Blesener, S. Frampton, A.
Carlson, S. Blue, Coach D. Fields
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NINTH GRADE Row l: R. Frischman, J. Tourville
K. Colvurd, C. Oelker, D. Hjelseth, M. Godfrey, J
Hartman, Row 2: B. Kiliun, B. Peterson, R. Wilkin
son, E. Huwkland. R. Johnson. S. Larsen. P. Hin
drichs. C. Hanson. T. Pcrlinger. D. Grilf. Row 3:
Couch: P. Delmedico. T. Macintosh, G. Lagerquist. Leg Ford Qglrrigg llqe ball,
E. Carlson, W. Gilson, J. Johnson. S. Rceksiedler,
J. Hindcrer. M. Fortuna, M. Stoltzman, D. Guenter, The foglball mam walls on Lhe sidelines
S. Husten, Coachi T. Wielinski
Kellogg comes from down under
The 1983 soccer season was the year of
the shutout. A record of nine wins, two
losses, and three ties included eight shu-
touts. Unfortunately, two of these were 0-0
ties. The team played a classy, ball-control
style contrary to the "kick-and-run" style
of many opponents. The high point of the
season was a 4-0 victory over seventh
ranked Coon-Rapids followed by a defeat
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Jeff Uenishi, John Scalze, Kurt Orenstein
Kellogg trying for another shutout.
VARSITY SCORES WE THEY
Bloomington Jefferson l l
Spring Lake Park 3 0
Blaine 2 1
Columbia Heights 3 0
Anoka 2 l
Moundsview l 2
Irondale 0 0
Blaine 0 0
Columbia Heights 2 0
Spring Lake Park 2 0
Coon Rapids 4 O
Ramsey I 0
White Bear Lake 3 1
North St. Paul l 2
of arch-rival Ramsey. The season conclud-
ed with a 2-1 win over White Bear and a
season ending loss to North St. Paul in the
All Conference: Pat Nolan, Pat Foley,
Ryan Nelson, and David Lovick. M.V.P.
Conference: Pat Nolan. All State: Pat No-
lan. Honorable Mention Pat Foley.
Year of the Shutout
Coach Rollie giving instructions.
VARSITY Row 1: K. Graf, L. Coulson, J. Armstrong
P. Blomgren, K. Jones, B. Janzen. Row 2: M. Schaber,
J. Halverson, S. Campbell, P. Nolan, A. Lindgren, D.
Lovick, S. Kresko. Row 3: G. Hanson, C. Buche, J.
Uenishi, R. Vitale, T. Priggee, R. Nelson, D. Keil, T
Edholm, Coach Rollie. Row 4: J. Scalze, T. Henkels
S. Berg, J. Thunhorst, R. Peake, D. Donovan, K
Orenstein, B. Humenanski, P. Foley "'Denote:
V. Row l: I. Datcu CCoachj, J. Liston, C. Thun-
rst. L. Rice, J. Sellman. Row 2: A, Farrington,
. Lovick, R. Westerhaus, T. MacMillian, P. Na-
l, T. Englund, R. Autz, D. Churchich, D. Cud-
hy, J. Drage. Row 3: R. Cuddihy, R. Ziggler, P.
Boyer. M. Hahn. T. Brick, J. Raws, S. Zaver, M.
Lcc, J. Squires, D. Real. Row 4: M. Schmidt, T.
Mason, E. Tathaway, J. Putnam, T. Griebler, K. Kgllggg Showing their aggressiveness
Nolan. R. Caum, P. Phest, D. Poppe, R. Bcarude,
M. Smith. Mark Schaber trapping the ball.
INTH GRADE ROW 13 B, Eagen, T, Hale, T, Hall, R. Runyon, D. Schomaker, J. Jenkins. Row Pat Nolan guarding the goal.
sster. E. Johnson, G. Schlueter, B. Nygaard, B. 32 R. Rogowski. D- Ariola, C- Kilafld, T- Schmidt,
Olgnl ROW 23 J, Bovgy, J, Tgghida, F, Cogtabiloy J, .l. Fashingbauer, D. Hess, P. Gerten, Coach Olson. Ryan Nelson scores!
Tom Edholm fights for the ball.
A Standout Season
Kellogg girls tennis had a standout sea-
son. With seven seniors, they had strong
leadership and experience. Their quality of
play and confidence grew through the sea-
son as they compiled a 4-5 Conference re-
cord and a 7-6 overall season record. Dur-
ing region play their hard training paid off
great dividends as the team swept through
to the finals without losing a match. The
team earned Region III runnerup honors as
they lost to Ramsey in a close 2-3 Finals.
Not to be denied, they entered the region
individual tournament and played their
best tennis of the year. Kathy Kaiser com-
pleted her senior year by stroking her way
to the Region III championship. Arleen
Bartels and Sharon Oelke combined to
form the Region's top doubles team. Kel-
logg's second doubles team, of Karen Ry-
lander and Melissa Riach, defeated ranked
teams to bring an exciting finals match of
Kellogg playing Kellogg. They'll be back
next year to show their state level play to
Kellogg's competition. All in all the 1983
girl's tennis season more than fulfilled the
team's hopes and dreams as an exciting
time of friendship, sportsmanship, and
Varsity Scores We They
White Bear 0 7
St. Paul Park 6 7
S. St. Paul 5 2
Irondale l 6
Ramsey 2 5
Anoka 0 7
Columbia Heights 4 3
Forest Lake 7 0
Blaine 6 l
N. St. Paul 4 3
Coon Rapids l 6
Moundsview 2 5
Spring Lake 7 0
VARSITY: Row l: M. Riach, C. Nelson, K. Rylander, L. Stafne, S. Oelke, A.
Bartels Row 2: K. Weiss, C. Cahill, S. Andert, A. Burns, B. Fashingbauer, K.
Kaiser", Morton fCoachJ "' Denotes Captain
Mr. Morton observes Kelly McGowan's serv
J.V.: Row 1: K. Current, L. Vandenheuvel, S. Bild, K. McGowen, K. Welch, I
Bosse Row 2: J. Egge QCoachJ, A. Carlson, S. Flipp, B. Kausner, J. Fridley, I
Carey, L. Baniak
, Girl's Soccer . . .
i This year's season was kind of like a roller
oaster ride for the girl's soccer team. They had
lot of ups and downs. On the up side, they beat
llounds View and Apple Valley, both of whom
fere ranked in the state's top five teams. They
pst twice to State Champion Irondale by scores
lf 3-2 and 2-l. The latter game was in the sec-
lon semifinals. They dominated the game early
iut just couldn't score because of an outstand-
l This year's team had a group of hard work-
g, skilled soccer players. They had great atti-
des and were a pleasure to coach. The seven
niors will be greatly missed next year. They
are: Julie Collette, Jill DeZurik, Shelly Hansen,
Sue Josephson, Mary Kuritz, Michele Tschida,
and Kara Wallin. Michele Tschida led the team
in scoring with 10 goals and nine assists for 19
points. Tied for second place in scoring were
Sue Josephson C7 goals, 5 assistsj, and Kelly
Ziniel C10 goals, 2 assistsj.
All Conference: Michele Tschida, Mary Kur-
Honorable Mention: Kara Wallin, Shelly
Hanson, Kelly Ziniel, Lori Anderson
Most Valuable Player: Michele Tschida
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.V.: Row l: A. Mastel, J. Wilcox, L. Weaver, C. Scalze, C.
lolmes, S. Johnston, K. Haugen, M. Commander, R.
lackbarth, T. Muscatello, K. Hybben, C. Olson, P. Berg
Row 2: M. Foster, B. Hahn, C. Wild, J. Frattalone, T.
Buehler, D. Olson, C. McMillan, L. Webey, M. Barberie,
M. Sidebottom, A. Buche, C. Loehlein, K. Jordahl
Varsity Scores We They
Coon Rapids 0 2
Blaine 3 0
Hill Murray l 4
N. St. Paul 1 6
Columbia Heights 8 0
St. Paul Park 6 0
Moundsview 4 1
Irondale 2 3
Brady 0 l
Blaine 2 2
Anoka 4 0
Columbia Heights 6 0
Apple Valley 3 0
Hudson l 3
Ramsey l 2
Coon Rapids 2 3
White Bear 1 0
Irondale 1 2
VARSITY: Row l: M. Tschida", S. Han
son", J. Collette, J. DeZurik, S. Noesen
K. Wallin, K. Ziniel, S. Josephson, K.
Heffron, D. Andert, Row 2: T. Weaver
tCoachJ, M. Chan, J. Philipson, A. Hart
man, L. Anderson, K. Tierney, L. Kelsey
S. Hogander, M. Kuritz", J. Collette, S
Grengs, N. Anderson fCoachJ " Denotes
The Kellogg girl's soccer team battles for
control of the ball.
Girls Cross Countr Runs to tate Again
The girls Cross Country team
once again had a season to re-
member. Led by co-captains
Patti Eidman and Carrie Bossen-
maier, the team won their four
consecutive Como Park meets
and took second in the Blaine In-
vitational. They ran to third
place in Conference and came
back running their best race,
winning the Region 3AA title.
They qualified for State and ran
to a strong 14th. The girls were
coached by Kent "Bo" Smith.
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Region 3AA Champs!
Karen Brietbach finishes strong in the
Carrie Bossenmaier drives towards the
Pattie Eidman displays perfect form.
Michelle LeGault managesa smile. Row l:A. Faue, B. Mennel J Vicker M LeGault lC0achJ 'C Bossenmaier M Evers T
A.Trammel.J.Falten Row2 K Breitbach J Eng I Truitt 'P Eidman
els, M. Hadrits, K. Hintz L Farr Row 3 K Smith
Boys Cross Countr -- Best in State
This year the Boys Cross Country had its best season ever. The
combined team of Ramsey and Kellogg runners won for the schools
their first state championship. The team also had the states first 15
point region Ca perfect scorej. Although the team had great talent
the victories did not come easy. After a hard summer of training
they went through two months of demanding practices. With good
coaching and dedication all of the work paid off.
All Conference: Robbie Ziniel, Ed Hudella, Brian Fitzgerald,
Andy LaBrash, Keith Erdman
All State: Robbie Ziniel, Ed Hudella
Team Honors: Winner of every invitational, Conference
Champs, Region Champions, State Champions
low 1: J. Johnson, T. Nelson, J. Foster, R. Ziniel'
. Wraspir", J. Mennell, T. Nelson Row 2: P. Lut-
rell, K. Eidman, S. Peplinski, S. Andrea, E. Lawry,
J. Sisco, A. LaBrash Row 3: S. Nantell, M. Rei-
iann, B. Campbell, E. Peterson, D. Bole, D. Peter-
Rob Ziniel pours it on at the end.
4 Andy LaBrash leads the way.
' Matt Dean's exhausted after the State Meet.
son, L. Skywalker Row 4: Coach P. Busch, D. King, Ram-Chargers, together as one.
M. Dean, K. Kammueller, E. Huedella, P. Wiehe, D.
Swanson, Asst. Coach 'Denotes Captains
Absent: B. Fitzgerald, P. Andrea
The gymnastic team had a very successfu
individual trophies or ribbons. The team fini
season. They won three
Invitational Tournament trophies during the year while earning thirty
shed the season by plac-
ing 4th in the state. The Ram-Charger gymnasts placed more individ-
uals on the All Conference Team that any ot
ence. Top qualifiers in the state meet were:
All Conference: Lon Gorrill QFXJ, Shane
Lutz QSRJ, Doug Maser QHBJ
A Ram-Charger does his floor exercise routine.
Mike Johnson practices on the rings.
Doug Maser on the parallel bars.
Varsity Scores We They
her school in the confer- Armstrong 104.75 1 10.1
Edina Invitational 104.35 6th place
Moundsview 108.45 100.3
151 Park Center 119.8 108.95
3rd Anoka 121.9 122.9
5th Jefferson 113.5 139.05
7th Blaine 117.6 103.85
6111 Minnesota Classic 124.9 2nd place
9th Irondale 127.95 131.9
10th KXR Invitational 123.7 1st place
Coon Rapids 123.25 101.05 l
Al1dCfS0I1 CFXJ, Tom Austin Invitational 121.1 lst place
VARSITY Row 1: D. Maser", T. Baden, M. Johnson, Coach F- Kllefffbf. -1- Nelson Manager, D- RHPP21lh, B
S. Andersonx, C. Davis Row 2: T. Lutz, M. Baecker, Gray, C. Waring, P. Barrett. S. Vadnais, Coach G
D. Resler, G. Katzenmaier, V. Venn, L. Gorrill Row 3: Bartley 'Denotes Captains
J.V, Row l: J. Wurst,
Shane Anderson on the parallel bars.
Gregg Katzenmaier displays his ability on the pommel
A Ram- Charger shows good form on the parallel bars
M. Strub, R. Benson, M. Jordan, J. Jurney. J- Reedy. J' Plllmmef. M- BFOWII, D- W21lkCl', D- Coach Fred Kueffer.
MacLean, J. Martin, M. Fetrow, R. Nehm, K. Orlando, C. McPartin, H. Harrick, D. Buxton, T. Moen, E. Wakefield,
Anderson. J. Zick Row 2: Coach F. Kueffer, T. Baecker, M. Conch G. Bartley
A Dramatic Turn-Around
The players' commitment to continue learning volleyball, in
the off season, plus a united determination and cohesiveness,
brought a dramatic turn-around in the results this year. For the
first time in Kellogg Volleyball history, the team captured the
North Suburban Conference Championship. Some of the high
points of this season were beating Columbia Heights, Ramsey,
and Coon Rapids in the early part of the season. By tremendous
belief in their efforts and capabilities, this year's team was able
to begin a tradition of winning in the sport of volleyball.
All Conference: Debbie Willenbring, Lisa Rohe, Karen Har-
Honorable Mention: Sue Johnson, Cheryl Cannon, Jamalee
Erickson, Lisa Goebel
5, 1. '
Varsity Scores We They
Woodbury 13-18-8 18-6-18
North St. Paul 18-21 8-19
Forest Lake 18-18 15-12
Irondale 9-18-16 18-0-18
Anoka 14-9 18-18
Blaine 15-18-18 18-6-14
Moundsview 21-18 19-6
Columbia Heights 18-18 14-14
Ramsey 18-18 12-15
Coon Rapids 18-2-18 15-18-6
Spring Lake Park 18-19 12-17
Anoka 18-18 16-15
Irondale 18-18 9-4
Forest Lake 15-14 18-18
The team shows team spirit. VARSITY Row 1: T. Peterson, K. French, K. Sanders, J. Feikert, V. Zeece, L. Danley Row 2 J
The K6ll0gg team sets up OI1 1116 COLIII. Guiliani, C. Cannon, L. Goebel, J. Erickson", S. Johnson, H. Smith Row 3: Coach J Anderson C
Lisa Rohe jumps up to meet the opposite team's spike. Libhardt, K, Harrell, D. Wil1enbring"', C. Simmet, L. Rohe, Coach M. Ness 'Denotes Captains
C. Freeman, S. Mandell, K. Colberg, A. Skogen
Row l: B. Kronenberg, C. Hoel, D. Oppegard, K. Nordin, C. Archerd Row 2: K.
K. Kalb, K. Anderson, H. Hessler, L. Henderson Row 3: Coach J. Anderson, D.
Another great Kellogg spike.
VINTI-l GRADE Row 1: A. Brotherton, M. Braun, M. Holt, D. Utech, Coach T.
liller Row 2: D. Batterson, J. Erickson, K. Lushine, S. West, R. Anderson
Debbie Willenbring spikes the volleyball, while teammates await.
The team stands for the National Anthem.
Very Competitive Unit
Peggy Knaus writing times down.
Julie Benson doing an excellent dive.
This years team was a very close,
very competitive unit. They won
many meets with depth and balance,
and had important contributions
from all grade levels. Lynn McKay
and Julie Benson were voted Most
Improved and Lynne Brodtmann
was named Most Valuable.
All Conference: Lynne Brodt-
mann, Joni Johnson
Row l: S. Carlson, S. Christensen, K. Boyer, "L, Grodt-
man, XP. Knaus, J. Skandel Row 2: L. McKay, M. Strub,
R. Johnson, S. Weavers, J. Johnson, C. Cassidy, L. Olson
C. Recksiedler, A. Westby, A. Meisner Row 3: L. Quite-
vis, C. Smith, C. Quitevis, L. Weavers, S. Cook, l'
Szondy, J. Benson, C. Thunhorst, N. Tierney fCoachj,,
Ofstead Row 4: Mark Wilks, Rocky O'Neill "'Denot
M "mi -M,
Lynne Brodtmann takes a dive.
Sue Cook, Lynn McKay, Liana Quitevis cheer on
the swim team.
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The team cheers on the swimmers.
Cathy Smith takes a leisurely lap.
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"J UST CAN'T HIDE THAT CHARGER PRIDE!"
The 1983 Homecoming slogan, "Just Can't Hide That Charger
Pride," lives on in the activities of Kellogg,s 55 Cheerleaders! The
cheerleaders stay after school 2 Or 3 times a week to meet, practice,
and make locker decorations, posters, and announcements.
Their hard work and enthusiasm at games and pep fests shows their
pride in Kellogg's Charger and Ram-Charger Teams.
The cheerleaders are coached by Jane Palumbo CVarsity and B-
Squadj and Mary Kay Lackner 19th grade cheerleadersj
Cheerleaders for Boy's Gymnastics: fTop - Bottomj Carolynn Hunnicutt, Lisa
Graf, Shelly Wilke, Karen Hartman, Lora Yasmineh, Kirsten Weber.
Cheerleaders for B-Squad football: CTopJ Lisa McKe
vey, fBottomJ Tammy Johnson, Mary Mayer, Jana
9th Grade Boys Basketball Cheer-
leaders: lTop-Bottomj Lisa Weaver.
Kris Johnson. Sue Russel. Lori
Schneider. Sherri Bordesen. Caroline
Varsity Girl's Basketball Cheer-
leaders: lTop-Bottomj Lisa Graf, Gina
Evgen. Colleen Cassidy. Pam Bankos.
Kris Rubow, Liz Wolf.
9th Grade Boy's Basketball Cheer-
leaders: lTopJ Cindy Holmes. QBot-
tomj Gina Scalze, Chrissy LeMay.
A New High for Hockey
VARSITY SCORES WE THEY
Park 0 6
Austin 4 l
Patrick Henry 5 3
St. Bernards 5 2
St. Thomas 7 1
Simley 3 4
Forest Lake 7 3
Spring Lake Park 6 4
lrondale 5 2
Moundsview 6 3
Columbia Heights 6 3
Anoka 3 9
Ramsey O 6
Blaine 4 3 COTJ Q
Coon Rapids 2 3 QOTJ
Anoka 4 4 COTJ
lrondale 7 4
S.P.A. 4 3
Blaine l 5
Ramsey 2 3
Hockey is number one!
The Kellogg Hockey Cheerleaders.
Team members line up for the National Anthem.
Dave Lovick goes to the team's locker room.
Jim Wolfe watches the game in the team box.
The hockey team had a very successful sea-
son this year. After five conference games they
were in lst place, tied with Anoka. At that
point they were also ranked 9th in the state.
They were the only team to blemish Anoka's
record with a 4 to 4 tie. They cooled down the
second round of the schedule and finished in
4th place. They outscored their opponents 82
to 75 and played very exciting hockey. They
raised Kellogg hockey to a new high and fin-
ished with a 12 win 7 loss l tie overall record.
All Conference: Pat Foley, Dave Lovick
All Conference Honorable Mention: Brian
Colvard, Doug Donovan, Dave Drage, Joe
Row 1: D. Elgaard, S. Hanson, J. Arm-
strong, M. Schaber, P. Osen, K. Jones
J. DeZurik, K. Graf Row 2: Coach R
Schmitz, M. Koll, J. Johnson, P. Fo-
ley", D. Wiehe, P. Christensen, J
Wolfe, R. Nelson, B. Colvard Row 3: J
Squires, T. Prigge, R. Zeigler, D. Lo-
vick"', D. Drage"', D. Donovan, R. Peak,
M. Tierney, J. Pego CMgr.J
Doug Donovan helps Mark Schaber
guard the goal net.
Dale Wiehe and Todd Boss are ready
Row 1: T. Shoemaker, B. Boehne, D
Teal, T. Englund, P. Wiehe, D. Buck
D. Schmidt Row 2: C. Oelkers CMgr.J
D. Olson, M. Smith, M. Cady, S
Campbell, T. Connolly, K. Colvard, J
Drage, T. Weaver CCoachJ Missing: B
Boys Basketball finished the season with
a 6-15 record. We played competitively in
every game. We would be playing a good
game then have a momentary lapse, usually
in the second or third quarter. This gave the
other teams a lead that we could not over-
All Conference - Jack Grengs Honora-
ble Mention - Brian Miller
l. Coach Fields talks in the
2. Chris Peickert dribbles past
3. Jack Grengs fakes to the left.
4. John Zollinger shoots for a
Row I: J, Nerheim, M. Stokes, S. Wallis. L. Coulson, B. Janzen. Lagerquist, R. Stenger, "D, Asplund, J, Zollinger. P. Mayer, F'
J. Schmidt Row 2: P. Cook, C. Peichert, B. Miller, U. Grengs, D. Mathias. M. Murphy Not pictured: D. Sheldon
Mathies. C, Foster. Coach D. Fields Row 3: Joe Hannigan, lv
Row 1: T. Johnson, M. Mayer, S. Grengs, C. Hef-
fron, L. Anderson, M. Riach Row 2: Coach S. Fos-
ter, B. Campbell, C. Thayer, P. Eddy, P. Bonrud, P.
Boyer, D. Josephson, R. Westerhaus Row 3: R.
Caum, D. Blesener, P. Carlson, J. Nasset, J. Zol-
linger, T. McMillin Not pictured: G. Sallee, D.
Poppe, C. Lipke
VARSITY SCORES WE THEY
Columbia Heights 54 62
Ramsey 50 39
Blaine 62 78
Spring Lake Park 66 60
St. Francis 49 71
Simley 43 70
South St. Paul 51 62
lrondale 55 71
Mounds View 56 72
Coon Rapids 60 61
Anoka 52 50
Ramsey 52 39
Columbia Heights 48 73
Blaine 52 80
Forest Lake 51 68
lrondale 56 67
Mounds View 60 64
Spring Lake Park 66 59
Anoka 46 61
Woodbury 44 70
Row l: Coach T. Wielinski, K. Mattson, R. Vanden-
buesque, J. Hartman, C. Kelly, E. Starling Row 2: B
Kilian. D. Hess, T. Foster, B. Bjurstrom, D. Ha-
gander, E. Carlson Row 3: E. Wallin, B. Nygaard, E
Carlson, S. Reckseidler, G. Lagerquist, M. Route
Not pictured: R. Wilkenson, T. Woehrle
"Anderson's Infirmar "
This years basketball team had a year to remem-
ber. lnjuries plagued many of the members, giving
the team the nickname "Anderson's Infirmary."
Despite injury and lack of height, the team worked
diligently and accomplished many goals. Persistent
coaching helped the well disciplined team to a suc-
cessful season. Many thanks go to the cheerleaders
and everyone who came and watched the games.
All Conference Honorable Mention: Mary Kuritz,
Karen Weiss, Debbie Willenbring
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VARSITY Row 3: D. Batlerson, B. Buetow, A. Stoeckmann
Row 1: K. Wallin, S. Mandell, M. Evers, C. WI. Kurilz, L. Rohe. Coach M. Ness. Missing
McMillin, K. Breitbach Row 2: K. Harrell, L. M. Brown, S. West, D- Willenbfing
Goebel, K. Weiss, B. Lunzer, Coach J. Anderson
ow l: M. Quade, L. Mewhorter, B. Moeller, K. Welsch Row 2: S. Smith, K.
ushine, M. Holt, M. Modean
VARSITY SCORES WE THEY
Coon Rapids 38 60
Ramsey 44 33
Blaine 63 77
Columbia Heights 40 41
Forest Lake 29 39
Regina 40 45
St. Paul Academy 37 44
Humbolt 41 29
Anoka 34 39
Mounds View 35 40
Irondale 33 49
Spring Lake Park 38 48
Coon Rapids 24 56
Ramsey 30 37
Mounds View 39 50
Anoka 23 42
Blaine 45 56
Forest Lake 40 49
Spring Lake Park 46 56
Irondale 30 45
St. Paul Harding 36 62
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.isa Rohe goes for a rebound.
Andi Stoeckmann shoots for a basket.
Another Ram-Charger Team is Formed
The first year of the combined Kellogg-Ramsey wrestling team was
highlighted by excellent individual post season performances. Tim Cum-
mings placed 6th in the region, Joe Beran placed 3rd, and Don Lieder,
Scott Peplinski, and Mike Flynn all qualified for the State Tournament
with 2nd place region finishes. Scott Peplinski and Mike Flynn each
continued their exceptional performances by taking 5th places in the
All Conference: Don Lieder, Scott Peplinski
VARSITY SCORES WE THEY
Columbia Heights 21 38
Hastings 19 40
Spring Lake Park 26 37
White Bear Lake 34 21
Park Cottage Grove 9 43
lrondale 44 l5
Mounds View 36 Z5
Coon Rapids I4 36
Anoka 6 49
Blaine 26 30
Forest Lake l6 40
Row l: K. Hartman. M. Lcfto. D. Lieder, S. Peplinski 'Z M. Johnson
f. P. Lauer. M. Flynn, D. Churchich, G. Roberts, J. Toogood Row 2:
S. Wilke, B. Settle W A. Coach, T. Cummings, R. Hendrickson, G.
Rusler, M. Mathison, C. Anderson, B. Land, M. Strub, L. Olsen
Row 3: L. Yasmineh. W. Hartman - A. Coach, R. Benson, D.
Obcrdorfer, B. Jwanouskos, J. Beran, C. Ward, T. Schmidt, T.
C. Hale Row 4: V. Hartman - A. Coach, C. Hove, J. Bergman,
Frazier. M. Weber, D. Thompson, J. Gennaro, T. McCulloch,
Brink Row 5: J. Sellman, L. Rice, T, Wright- Coach, L. i
J. Grcenside 'K - Denotes Captains ,
'si-in-rpm..-..M,. W if
The Girls Gymnastics team,
even though hurt by injuries, was
very strong during the year be-
cause of its depth. The seniors pro-
vided excellent leadership and will
be missed. The team had a record
of nine wins and two losses, was
first in Conference standing and
second in Regional standings. The
injuries mounted up to prevent the
team from a strong finish at the
end of the season. TyAnn Thole
had the opportunity of participat-
ing at the State Meet.
First in Conference
Spring Lake Park
Row 1: L. Erickson,C. Pedro, J. McArthur,T. Thole, D. Baker, A. Meisner Row 2: Coach T. Toenslng 'vl Downham L Bosse C Bartz S Andert J Benson II
T.Peterson, L. Vandenbeuvel,C.Thunhorst, D.Stenger,S.Anderson Row 3:Asst. Andert, 'K. Boyer P Knaus T Jordahl Coach N Anderson
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V " - ' M beam?
' Cindy Bartz on the pommel horse.
Melanie Downham on the pommel horse.
Jennifer McArthur on the beam.
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Melanie does her floor exercise.
Outstanding Individual Performances
VARSITY WE THEY
Columbia Heights 8 I
Mounds View 49
St. Anthony 75
Coon Rapids 60
Harding 98 73f22
Spring Lake Park 6l
Invitational 88 45th of lO Teamsj tl
SCCUOH Ill 48 Cl lth of 17 Teamsj
Youth, inexperience and lack of numbers again plagued the Charger
swimmers and divers. Even against this background, the team members
worked hard and showed continued progress throughout the season,
finishing with some outstanding individual performances in the confer-
ence B-squad meet and section championships. The coaches are looking
forward to next year and have been pleased with the teams efforts and
the return of a more experienced group of swimmers.
Row l: K. Rylander, C. Hunnicutt. K.
Welsch. C. Flack, P. Strief. A. Tracy .
Row 2: S. Christensen tMgr.j, W.
Johnson, G. McMahon, G. Lackner, i
S. Kalb, M. Lillemoen, S. Husten, M.
Nelson, Diving Coach S. Tierney Row
3: Coach K. Wells, M. Sicard, A. Pion-
tek, S. Rappath, J. Sierakowski, E.
Buchholz, M. Jordan, K. Shores, T.
Walters, L. Sprosty, Asst. Coach R.
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On your mark, get set, go!
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The Yearbook Staff would like to dedicate the
1984 Equestrian to
for all of his enthusiastic years at Kellogg. We
would especially like to thank him for support-
ing all school activities and making the students
feel they are an important part of Kellogg High
School. From the students' point of view, Russ is
just another one of us.
We asked his wife, Liz Snider, to share a few of
Russ' favorite activities and her impressions
with us. This is how she replied . . .
What popped into my mind was the recollection of his state-
ments, "l just love -M, or "I just loved -l" In other words,
nothing was ever lukewarm or halfwayg his activities for the
most part were Just Loves.
Here in my opinion and in not particular order are his Just
hiking - exploring e traveling
acting - speaking
art - painting k woodcarving
college major W political science, with emphasis on labor
career before retirement - vice president
in charge of labor relations and
personnel for a company in the motor
t'I'hank you, Liz, for your contributionlj
We, the Equestrian staff would like to add
one more item to his Just Loves.
Stories . . . Stories . . . Stories
Thanks Russ, for caring and being
here for us!
Russell E. Snider
Vice President - Safety 8 Labor Relations
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