Freeman High School - Flyette Yearbook (Freeman, SD)
- Class of 1970
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The 7970 Flyette
Freeman High School
Freeman, South Dakota
Consolidation of the Freeman district has brought
an increase of 25M in school enrollment. To accomo
date these needs two 24' by 60' mobile units were
added to the school as classroom space. Also four
new buses were purchased.
Enrollment for the year is 610 compared to 434
in the previous year. The high school enrollment is
150, grade school 362, and the Special Education
class has fourteen members. Seven rural schools,
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which are operating under this school district, have
an enrollment of 85 students.
A program of joint classes between Freeman
Academy and Freeman High School has been deve-
loped this year. Academy students attend eight dif-
ferent classes at the high school, while high school
students go to two classes offered at the academy.
This cooperative program provides the student with
Table of Contents
Fall . 3
Winter . . 33
Grades . 45
Spring . . 55
Sponsors . . 80
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ALVIN J. MUDDER has been on the FHS faculty for eight years,
and has served as superintendent for five years He received his
B.A. from Yankton College and his M Ed degree from S D S U
coach, assistant football coach and senlor
The school board meets each
month to discuss issues Con-
cerning the school. Last fall
the board proposed a bond is-
sue for a new school, which
was defeated. They are now
working on a new plan for
the building. They also pre-
pare teachers' salaries, con-
tracts and various financial
needs. They are LEFT: Ray
Krehbiel, Max Hein, LuVerne
Waltner- - clerk, Willis Wipf- -
president, Howard Preheim,
Dr. l.I. Kaufman, Dennis
Mendel, Maurice Kaufman--
BETTY MUDDER is in
her eighth year at Free-
man, teaching vocal
and instrumental music
and is the senior Class
advisor. She has a
B.M.Ed. degree from
CHARLES CADY, a
graduate of U. S.D.
with a B. S. degree,
teaches American and
world history, govern-
ment, and is the debate
coach. This is his first
year at FHS.
New at FHS is JEAN
THORELL, a graduate
from S. S.C. with a
B.S.Ed. degree. She
teaches business courses
and is advisor for school
publications, and the
WAYNE KNOLL, a se-
cond year teacher at
Freeman High, is a
graduate of Northern
State College with a
B. S. degree. He tea-
ches junior high history,
grade physical educa-
tion, and serves as as-
sistant and grade coach,
Teaching 7th grade language arts, RENEE I-IUENEMAN, who has A graduate of U. S.D. with a B. S.
giI'1S PhYSiC-11 education and TSI'-HCR, been teaching at Freeman High degree, JUDITH HEADLEY has
and Pep Club advisor iS LAVERNE for three years, received her been teaching at Freeman High for
DIEDE. She has been teaching at B.A. degree from U. S.D, She three years. She instructs geometry,
Freeman for ten years and is Work- teaches 9th grade language arts, mathematics, trigonometry, and
ing toward her B.A. degree at English I and is the advisor for is the junior class advisor.
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Eight Teach ers Added to Teaching Staff
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in his second year at
Freeman High, teaches
chemistry, Algebra I,
coaches wrestling, and
is the freshman class
advisor. He received
his B.A. degree from
Graduating from Aug-
ustana College with a
B.A. degree, MAVIS
ORTMAN has been
teaching for seven
years at FHS. She
teaches German I and
ll, elementary vocal
music, and is the jun-
ior class advisor.
ETI-IEI. KAUFMAN, a graduate of
Bethel College with a B.A. degree,
is new to FHS this year. She teaches
English III and IV and is the sopho-
more class advisor and drama coach.
GEORGIA MCCARL, a graduate of
S.D.S.U. with a B. S, degree, has taught
two semesters at FHS. She teaches Home
Economics I, Il, and Ill, psychology, and
A graduate of S,D. S. U. with a B. S.
degree, YVONNE HUBER, replacing
Mrs. McCarl second semester, teaches
Home Economics I, ll, Ill and is the
LeETTA BENNETT, an Augustana
graduate with a B. A. degree,
teaches on a part-time basis at
F. H. S. She gives instrumental les-
sons, and is the director of boys'
glee and B band.
After practice teaching at FHS,
TERRY GILLETTE remained to
teach second semester. He is a
graduate of D.W.U, with a B,A,
degree. His classes include Eng-
lish Il, 6th grade social studies,
and elementary physical
In her 25th year at Freeman High,
CLARA PULLMAN is now serving
as librarian, after previously tea-
ching business courses. She has her
B. S, degree from Huron College.
Taking over as guidance counselor
for the second semester is VIVIAN
GERING. She is a graduate of Bet-
hel College with a B.A. degree.
Her service tries to help the student
better know and understand him-
self and find his goals.
Teaching the seven coun-
try schools added to the
district are, BACK: Marlys
365, Shirley Ratzlaff--Sa-
lem 7399, FRONT: Garnet
Stern-- Salem 2347, Clara
75596, Lillian Krehhia1--
Grade Faculty Teaches 447 Students
AT LEFT are the public grade
school teachers. BACK: Verlyn
Waltner- -4th3 Eda Kaufrn an- -
5th5 Sylvia Dubs--6th3 Esther
FRONT: Clarice Haar--kinder-
garteng Martha Tschetter--lstg
ElVera Hofer--lstg Darlene
Schamber--Zndg Eva Olsen--3rd,
MILDRED TSCHETTER has been
serving as office secretary at
Serving as teachers aides at FHS are JUNE SCI-IAMBER, LEFT, Freeman High for seven years.
who assists 2nd and 4th grades, and AUDREY MUTCHELKNAUS, Her main duty is keeping the
RIGHT, who teaches Sth grade mathematics and English. schoo1's financial records.
Preparing meals for 400 students daily are,
RIGHT: Laura Graber, Vesta Graber, Susie
Hofer, Adeline Hofer. BELOW, girls Work-
ing in the kitchen are: Lucille Glanzer,
Sheryl Miller, Marsha Ulmer, Randa Gross.
Bus services for rural students and for those attending out of
BELOW are jake Fast and Rueben Pfeifer town activities are, LEFT: Larry Walklin, Lynn Hanson, Bud
who serve as custodians for all school Gering, Herb Koerner, Harlan Gross, Donald Christensen, Rev.
buildings. Harold Trout. Not pictured: jerry Wollman, Gideon Rembold.
Senior class officers are Dale
Aman--president, Rod Ander-
son--vice president, Mark
Uecker--treasurer, Rose Hoff
and Phil Ries--student council
DALE AMAN JUDY AMAN RODNEY ANDERSON
DAVID CHRISTENSEN JAMES CI-IRISTENSEN JAMES GAERTNER
34 Members in Graduating Class
TED HOF ER
ROSEMARY HOF F
80M of Seniors Will Further
The required courses for seniors are
English IV and government. Others include
trigonometry, physics, psychology, sociol-
ogy, bookkeeping, Home Ec. Ill, German
II, and World History.
During the year the seniors took various
tests to prepare for college. Among these
were the ACT and GATB. They also at-
tended Career Day at Spencer where rep-
resentatives spoke to them concerning col-
lege choices. Approximately 80M of the
class plans to go on to some kind of school-
ing next year.
ABOVE: Mr. Ortman, john Hansen,
and Kim Wilde are working on an experi-
ment in physics class. Delano Koerner,
Michael Schweitzer, LeRoy Pullman, and
Dale Aman are doing practice sets in
The government class spent Feb-
ruary 3rd observing the state legis-
lature in action. They attend commit-
tee meetings and house sessions.
LEFT: Ted Hofer questions Mr,
Charles Cady during the government
classes' mock court trial. Mr. Alvin
Mudder and Mr. Ron Bennett were
the defendants to an arson charge of
attempting to burn down the school.
The trial, with students playing dif-
ferent court room roles, came to a
climax when the jury found the def-
endants guilty and judge Monte
Kaufman pronounced the sentence.
Seniors Observe State
IVAN VEN OSDEL
LEFT: Tammi Graber received
honors as Betty Crocker Homemaker
and DAR representative of Freeman
High School for 1970.
She was named Betty Crocker
Homemaker after receiving the highest
score on a written test taken by all
As Daughters of the American
Revolution Good Citizen, Tammi was
chosen by the faculty on the basis of
her dependability, leadership, patriot-
ism, and service.
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juniors Top All-Time
Magazine Sales Record
The class of '71 set an all-time high school record
for their magazine sales. With a goal set at 352000, they
passed the margin by 3800. The boys furnished a chis-
lic party since the girls had the highest magazine sales.
jackie Stahl and Bob Wollman were high salesmen,
selling over S200 worth of magazines each.
Under the supervision of Mr. Charles Cady, the
juniors took a field trip to the Morrell Meat Company
in Sioux Falls in the early spring.
Classes the juniors are taking this year include:
English III, American history, chemistry, Algebra II,
industrial arts, Home Economics III, and typing.
At RIGHT Carol Hanson and Holly Wrenn are work-
ing on a laboratory experiment in chemistry.
Shown at RIGHT are
the junior class officers.
tary, Sandy Barta--vice
president, Carol Hanson--
treasurer, Bob Wollman--
president, june Kleinsas-
ser and Tom Villa--
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ABOVE: The 1970- 71 girl and boy staters and their alternates
are, Marion Sayler--alternate, jackie Stahl and Burnell Glan-
zer--staters, and Don Penner--alternate. They were chosen by
the faculty for their character, leadership, and scholastic
BELOW: The juniors chose class rings this
year with an oval crest instead of the usual
square or round. The largest size is an elev-
en while the smallest is a five and a half.
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sophomores are, LEFT: Randy
Barta--student council, Randy
Uecker--student council, Mark
Unruh--president, Garnet Ger-
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themselves, Rhonda Stewart, Brenda Goertz and
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Sophomores led FI-IS in the greatest number of stu-
dents on the honor roll and perfect attendance. They
were active in declam, debate, music, and sports.
The continuation of English and science were re-
quired courses for the 10th grade. Biology was learned
through the study of genetics, the human body, and
dissecting. Literature, speeches, and research themes
were the highlights of the English II class.
Other courses involving the sophomores were: In-
dustrial Arts I and II, world history, German I and II,
geometry, driver's education, physical education, and
RIGHT: Rita Anderson, DeVandolyn Schamber,
Teresa Brucklacher, and Sally Jorgensen are being
timed for speed and accuracy in Typing I class.
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officers. joe Villa--treasurer,
Marlene I-Iaar--secretary, Gregg
Graber--president, Debbie Gun-
Mendel and Charles Aman--stu-
dent council representatives.
LEFT: The Algebra I class works at the blackboard
daily to help the student better understand the course
and find his mistakes.
In connection with the freshman c1ass's study in
earth science, the class went on a field trip to Milltown.
There they found various rocks and fossils.
The class also went to the movie, Oliver! , which
correlated with their study of Charles Dickens in English
Required courses for the freshmen are: English I,
Algebra I, earth science, and physical education. Home
Economics I and Industrial Arts I are also studied.
The freshmen participate widely in extracurricular
activities including band, chorus, football, basketball,
wrestling, and track.
Out of forty students, thirteen entered Freeman I-Iigh
School from rural schools, seven from St. Paul's Lutheran
Day School, and twenty formerly attended Freeman
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Boys Make Projects in Industrial Arts
At LEFT: Terry Dubs and Keith I-Iofer work on
their industrial arts projects. The boys learned
how to use power tools and worked on mechan-
ical drawing. They made leather billfolds,
occasional tables, and bookracks. At the end
of the year the boys displayed their products
in the bandroom following a music concert.
LEFT: The freshman home economics class is pre-
paring a luncheon for their mothers. In Home EC. I
the girls study grooming, sewing, and cooking.
BACK: George Villa, Mark Mehlhaf, Tom Haar,
john Hansen, Ted Hofer, Ricky Preheim, Allen
Weier, LeRoy Pullman, Don Hansen, Monte Kauf-
Donald Schamber, Tom Villa, Rodney Anderson,
Kelly Mutschelknaus, Kim Wilde. FRONT: joey
Villa, Ted Pidde, Kelly Kaufman, Terry Dubs, Dell
Thomas, john Weier, Randy Barta, Kenny Ander-
sen, Mark Anderson, john Stark.
man, Gregg Graber. MIDDLE: Mike Walters, Bob
Wollman, Keith Hofer, Gary Miller, Don Herman,
Flyers Place 3rd in Cornbelt Conference
The 35 members of the 1969 football squad tied for
third place in the Cornbelt Conference. Of these players
Ted Hofer, LeRoy Pullman, and Kim Wilde ranked for
the all-conference team.
The team started out strong, but as the season pro-
gressed injuries took Kim Wilde and Mark Mehlhaf out
of the action, Desire and hustle, however, made up for
injuries as the squad ended up with a respectable record.
At right is pictured coaches Don Diede, Ron Bennett,
and Wayne Knoll.
Hanson C o.
1969 CORNBELT CONFERENCE
Won Lost Tie
Flyers Have 4-2-7
At left is pictured Brad Christensen and David Epp who
served as business managers for the football season.
Below is pictured the ten senior football members who
served as co-captains alternately throughout the season.
BACK: George Villa, Rod Anderson, Mark Mehlhaf,
John Hansen, Allen Weier, Leroy Pullman, Monte Kauf
man. FRONT: Tom Haar, Ted Hofer, and Kim Wilde.
BOTTOM: Tom I-laar f62j receives a pass during team
practice after school.
Ted and Karon
Freeman I-Iigh School Homecoming activi-
ties began Thursday night October 2 with the
crowning of Ted Hofer and Karon Uecker. They
were crowned by Cindy Kaufman and Arlen
Scha.mber. The precessional march was played
by jackie Stahl, and David Christensen sang the
Royalty song accompanied by the Freeman High
School band. Tom Villa served as master of
Ceremonies. Skits were presented and Don Diede
introduced the football team. A pep meeting,
lead by the cheerleaders ended the Coronation
event. Due to bad weather the bonfire was can-
celled, but a snake dance took place instead.
Pictured below is the 1969 Royalty court.
Something new for Freeman High School was
having four royalty attendants instead of the
usual two. They are LEFT: Rodney Anderson,
Mark Mehlhaf, Allen Weier, Kim Wilde,
King Ted Hofer, Queen Karon Uecker, jo Ann
Wagner, Kathy Krehbiel, Marcy Kaufman, and
Rose Hoff. Train and Crownbearers are Billy
Weier, janet Goertz, Cory Diede, and Jody
Large Crowd Enjoys Parade
The FHS Homecoming Par-
ade was held Friday afternoon,
October 4. The week was spent
float-building by all classes and
other organizations. ABOVE
LEFT a group of sophomores
Work on their float. Pictured
ABOVE is the winning float in
beauty, Flying to Victory ,
built by the junior class. Se-
cond place went to the seniors'
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V 'S 'Z mg originality division, was F or-
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Elementary division was
topped by the seventh graders'
Squeeze-Em and St. Paul's
Lutheran School took second
with Stew the Irish .
BELOW LEFT director Mrs.
Betty Mudder and a group of
band members are relaxing be-
fore lining up to march in the
That evening the Flyers
were defeated by the Montrose
1 Irish, but the game was credited
Following the game, music
for the Homecoming dance was
provided by the Steel Blue .
held October 22, four de-
clarn students were selected
to compete in the district
contest at Marion a week la-
ter. They were: Terry Walter
poetry, Marilyn Stahl--Hu.m-
orous, Rita Wipf--dramatic,
George Villa--oratory. Rita
won a superior rating with
her reading, Tide Pool ,
and advanced to the region-
al contest at Augustana Col-
lege and received an excel-
Under the advisorship of
Renee Huenemann, declam
consisted of twelve students
shown at left. They are,
BACK: joan Marie Wipf, Ar-
lene Kleinsasser. THIRD:
julie Svartoien, Marilyn
Stahl. SECOND: Margo Gra-
ber, Margaret Stern. FRONT:
George Villa, Terry Walter,
Rita Wipf, Nancy Pfieffer,
jackie Stahl. Not pictured:
Student Competes in Regional Contest
BELOW is Freeman High Schoo1's re-
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Student council officers are: Phil
Ries--vice president, Tom Villa--
treasurer, Ted Hofer--student
body president, Karon Uecker--
secretary. The advisor for the
council is Ron Bennett.
Student Council Sells Flyer Finders
The student council represents all
classes and organizations of the school.
Its first function was to organize home-
coming activities, including routing
the parade and sponsoring a dance after
the homecoming game. The council
then sold Flyer Finders , booklets
containing names, addresses, and tele-
phone numbers of the students and fa-
culty. They also raised money to pm'-
chase an AM-FM radio to play in study
halls. The group ran some concession
stands at home games. At the school
Christmas party, the council provided
lunch after the entertainment. The
student council is BACK: Ted Hofer,
Rose Hoff, Karon Uecker, Rod Ander-
son, Phil Ries. THIRD: Tom Villa,
june Kleinsasser, Barb Uecker. SE-
COND: Rhonda Stewart, Sally Jorgen-
sen, Randy Barta. FRONT: Charles
Aman, Denise Mendel.
0ur Hearts Were Young and Gay
Presented by juniors
The junior class play dealt with the misadventures of
'two young American girls in Paris for the first time, Mrs. Ethel
Kaufman directed the three-act comedy which was presented
November 6 with a matinee and evening performance.
Pictured above is the 17 member cast. BACK: Lynn Ulmer--
Admiral, Douglas Brucklacker--Window Cleaner, Tom Villa--
Monsieur De La Croix, Lynn Mendel--Steward, Donald Scham-
ber--Purserg SECOND: Burnell C-lanzer--Otis Skinner, Bob Wol-
lman- Dick, jackie Stahl--Emily, Holly Wrenn--Cornelia,
Jarvis I-Ieckenlaible--Leo, Marion Sayler--Mrs. Skinner. FRONT
Nancy Pfeiffer--Madame Elise, june Kleinsasser--Winifred,
Linda Rechnagel--Harriet, Rita Wipf--Theresa, Lucille Glan-
zer--Steward, Norma Waltner--Inspector.
Juniors involved in other aspects of the play Were: Costume-
June Adrian, Maurita Kaufman, Jan Rademacher, Donna Sch-
weitzer, julie Svartoien. Publicity--Nancy Kleinsasser, Carol
Hansen. Properties--Ricky Preheim, Andy Dziadek, Don Penner,
Marcus Preheim. Prompters--Randa Gross, Sharleen Schamber,
At left Bob Wollman, Jarvis I-Ieckenlaible, and jackie Stahl
'cry to revive Holly Wrenn from another calamity.
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ABOVE: The varsity cheerleaders for both basketball and football
this year are Sandra Barta, Rose Hoff, Karon Uecker, and Barb
RIGHT: Serving as basketball managers are Charles Aman, Randy
Wipf, and Ted Pidde.
Flyers Ha ve Anothe
BELOW is the Varsity basketball team. LEFT:
Dale Aman, Kim Wilde, Jarvis Heckenlaible, Monte
Kaufman, Greg Kleinsasser, Allen Weier, Don Han-
son, Rick Preheim, Mark Mehlhaf, Gregg Graber,
Tom Haar, Burnell Glanzer, and Coach Ron Bennett.
The Freeman Flyers ended another successful
season with a good 15-6 record. The Flyers finished
second in the Cornbelt Conference with a 6-2 mark.
During the year the Flyers played six teams
which went on to win district titles. Of these six
teams Freeman defeated Hurley which finished 3rd
in the state this year,
The past four years Freeman has compiled a
record of 60 wins and 30 losses, with the aid of this
year's graduating seniors. However, the signs for the
future show that the winning ways of Freeman High
School have just begun.
Flyers Hold 15-6 Record
1969- 70 BASKETBALL
Hurley 77 62
West Central 43 55
Spencer 82 56
Montrose 60 61
Centerville 59 29
Marion 53 36
Mt. Vernon 79 41
Harrisburg 58 64
Pklvlenng 43 41
PFTripp 51 64
Salem 58 51
Menno 49 45
Canistota 75 59
Irene 60 51
Hanson Co. 71 56
Bridgewater 67 57
Tri-Valley 85 67
Emery 53 68
Avon , 63 53
Viborg 63 40
Pi0FFreeman Academy 63 70
PF County tournament
RIGHT: Three basketball players
were selected by the coaches to
all-conference. They are Kim
Wilde, Monte Kaufman, and Dale
BELOW the Flyers are in action
during games at the county and
district tournaments against Menno
and Freeman Academy
B Team Finishes
With 'IZ-5 Record
B BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD
Hurley 43 35
West Central 43 42
Spencer 35 41
Montrose 50 38
Centerville 28 38
Marion 33 42
Harrisburg 50 40
Salem 44 43
Menno 57 42
Canistota 30 33
Irene 42 33
Alexandria 53 33
Bridgewater 51 43
Tri- Valley 49 24
Emery 46 52
Avon 58 41
Viborg 48 22
The Freeman B squad, consisting of three
juniors, three sophomores, eight freshmen, and one
eighth grader finished with a fine season's record of
12 wins and 5 losses, A 45 point average, and an 11
point free throw average for the year paced the
little Flyers to a respectable season. High point
man was Greg Kleinsasser with a 14. 2 average. The
defensive leaders were Gregg Graber, Greg Kleinsas-
ser, and Don Hansen.
The B team is shown BELOW: Ted Pidde, Bob Wol-
lman, Tom Villa, Don Herman, john Weier, Dell
Thomas, Gregg Graber, Don Hansen, Greg Klein-
ABOVE are the B team Basketball cheerleaders.
They are Rhonda Stewart, Garnet Gering, Marlene
Haar, and Nancy Schamber.
Sasser, Mike Walters, Dan Herrboldt, Mark Unruh,
l-YDH Mendel, Joe Villa, Charles Aman, and Coach
Members of the varsity wrestling squad are, BACK: Richard Tschetter FRONT Kelly Mutschelknaus,
Rod Anderson, Ted Hofer, Keith Hofer, Lynn John Hansen Kenny Andersen, Marcus Preheim,
Ulmer, Marlin Holzworth, LeRoy Pullman, Coach Randy Barta, David Epp
Three Matmen Qualify For State Meet
With six of the varsity squad in their first ye ar
of wrestling, the 69-70 wrestling season can defi-
nitely be termed as one of rebuilding for the
Flyers. Although the team had only five wins as
compared to six losses and one tie, the individual
performances of several team members in tourna-
ment action and throughout the season were excep-
tional. The team's easiest victory occurred at Mon-
trose where the Flyers racked up an outstanding 54-
0 score, while the toughest competition came from
Canistota, where on one occasion the Hawks won by
a score of 24-23.
At the district tournament in Yankton, three
Flyers, RIGHT: Ted Hofer, David Epp, john Han-
sen, ranked among the first four places, john placing
second and Ted and David receiving fourth, From
there on the trio advanced to the regional tourna-
ment at Sioux Falls, where all three took fourth
place honors, qualifying them for the state wrestling
tournament at Watertown.
Each year members of the team are given awards
for outstanding achievements in wrestling. These
achievements include the most number of pins, the
fastest pin, and the most number of take- downs in a
season. Receiving trophies for these honors were
David Epp and john Hansen, who tied for the most
number of pins at thirteen a piece, Ted Hofer for
the fastest pin at seventeen seconds, and Kelly
Mutschelknaus for the most take-downs with
At RIGHT, cheerleaders for A and
B wrestling squads are: Judy Aman,
Carol Hanson, Nancy Kleinsasser, Rita
BELOW the wrestlers watch a match
during the conference tournament.
1970 PERSONAL WRESTLING RECORD
For the first year, wrestlers were chosen by
their coaches as all-conference Wrestlers,
From FHS they are: Ted Hofer, LeRoy
Pullman, and John Hansen.
Freeman placed second to Canistota in
the Cornbelt Conference Tournament at
Freeman. Receiving first place rating were
Ted Hofer, Marlin Holzworth, David Epp,
and Randy Barta. Second place went to
john Hansen, Lynn Ulmer, and LeRoy
Pullman, while the rest of the team
The B team wrestlers include, BACK: Brad Christ- Coach Richard Tschetter. FRONT: Don Wipf,
ensen, George Villa, Randy Schweitzer, Todd Gra- Bradley Gering, Terry Dubs, Don Penner, jim Epp,
ber, Kelly Kaufman, Andy Wipf, Dale Neuharth, Glenn Preheim, Brad Kleinssser.
The F club officers are, ABOVE: Rod Anderson--stu-
dent council, Monte Kaufman--secretary, Dale Aman--
vice-president, Kim Wilde--president, Allen Weier--
New F club members initiated in the spring are,
RIGHT: Dell Thomas, Kelly Kaufman, Marlin Holzwarth.
MIDDLE: Keith Hofer, Mil-ce Walters, Kenny Anderson,
Randy Wipf. FRONT: Don Penner, Gregg Graber, Ted
Pidde, Bob Wollman, Don Schamber. Not pictured: joe
Villa, Lynn Ulmer, Marcus Preheim.
The F club consists of students who meet specific re-
quirements listed in the F club constitution. During the
year the boys sold wooden fish, held a spinsters' dance, and
had their annual steak fry and initiated new members.
Members of the F club include, TOP VERTICALLY:
George Villa, Mark Mehlhaf, Greg Kleinsasser, Don Han-
sen, Dale Neuharth, Randy Barta, Kelly Mutschelknaus.
BACK: Kim Wilde, LeRoy Pullman, john Hansen, Ted Ho-
fer, Rod Anderson, Dale Aman, Monte Kaufman. MIDDLE:
Tom Villa, Tom Haar, Lynn Mendel, Burnell Glanzer,
Allen Weier, Danny Ven Osdel, Jarvis I-Ieckenlaible.
FRONT: David Epp, Randy Krehbiel, Brad Christenson, jerry
Hofer, and advisor Mr. Don Diede.
F Club Holds
The 26 Pep Club members are, BACK: Nancy
Kleinsasser, Terry Walter, Jan Mehlhaf, Loa Laber,
Arlene Kleinsasser, Nancy Pfeiffer, jackie Stahl,
Margaret Stern, Karon Uecker. SECOND: Judy Aman,
Tammi Graber, Kathy Krehbiel, Marcy Kaufman,
Monica Schrag, Glenda Wiens, Marilyn Stahl, Margo
Graber, Rose Hoff. FRONT: Carol Hanson, Rita Wipf,
Rhonda Stewart, Garnet Gering, Marlene Haar, Nancy
Schamber, Barb Uecker, Sandy Barta.
A more active and better organized Pep Club
boosted the Flyers this year. The club sewed new ma-
roon pant jumpers and wore white blouses. Besides at-
tending games and matches, the Pep Club ran the
concession stand at the wrestling tourney and was in
charge of skits at pep rallies.
To remain a member of the Pep Club one must
attend 7O'Xn of the games and matches and to letter,
one must attend 80M of them. Those lettering are:
Judy Aman, Rose Hoff, Sandy Barta, Rita Wipf,
Garnet Gering, Margo Graber, Loa Laber, jan Mehl-
haf, Rhonda Stewart, Barb Uecker, and Glenda Wiens
Pep Club officers are, BACK: Karon Uecker--
president, Kathy Krehbiel--treasurer, jackie Stahl--
vice president. FRONT: Rhonda Stewart--student
council, Barb Uecker--secretary, jan Mehlhaf--
The FLYETTE staff includes BACK: Tom Haar, George
Villa, Karon Uecker, Dale Aman, David Christensen, John
Hanson and Kim Wilde. FRONT: joe Villa, Greg Kleinsasser,
Judy Aman, Tammi Graber, Marcy Kaufman, Eileen Koerner,
Diane Weier, Arlene Kleinsasser, Kathy Krehbiel, Carol Han-
son and Mark Mehlhaf.
Work on the 1970 FLYETTE began at a Week- long yearbook
camp at Brookings, June 16-20. There the editors set up basic
plans for the yearbook.
Throughout the school year pictures were taken of students,
faculty, and of organizations. Photographs were taken by Al's
Studio, Alvin Mudder, and Rueben Goertz.
Instead of the usual paste-up system, the 1970 FLYETTE
used 3-R forms, a simpler and more precise system.
The FLYETTE editing staff is,
BACK: Brenda Gunderson--
typist, Holly Wrenn and Linda
FRONT: A1-delle Kleinsasser
and JoAnn Wagner--co-editors,
Joan Marie Wipf and jan Mehl-
RIGHT: The MAROON AND WHITE editorial staff is
Rita Wipf--junior editor, Jackie Stahl--business man-
ager, Tzammi Graber--editor, JoAnn Wagner--photog-
rapher, and'David Christensen--business manager.
Maroon and White
Has Wide Circulation
RIGHT: Staff members who contributed in special
areas of publishing the monthly paper are Marion Say-
ler, Carol Hanson, Holly Wrenn, Brenda Gunderson,
Linda Rechnagel, and Maurita Kaufman. Their work
included drawing, typing and mimeographing.
The MARooN AND WHITE, pub-
lished monthly by a twenty- eight
member staff, won its seventeenth
All- State rating in the South Dakota
High School Press Association's con-
test this year. The rating was for the
'68-'69 paper edited by Audrey
Kleinsasser. A plaque was presented
to the school for this honor.
The MAROON AND WHITE has a
circulation of approximately 250
people, including over 25 other
schools. Mrs. jean Thorell acted as
advisor for the publication.
Reporting for the MAROON AND
WHITE are, BACK: Ardelle Klein-
sasser, Eileen Koerner, Nancy Pfeif-
fer, Nancy Kleinsasser, Sandy Barta,
jan Rademacher, Marcy Kaufman,
Ioan Marie Wipf, Marilyn Stahl.
SFATED: Kathy Krehbiel, Tom Haar,
Burnell Glanzer, Mark Unruh, Judy
Aman, Arlene Kleinsasser, Terry
Walter, and john Hansen.
Making up the debate squad are, TOP: Garnet
Gering, Margaret Stern, Holly Wrenn, Cindi Svar-
toien. LEFT: joe Villa, George Villa, Keith I-Iofer,
Rita Wipf, David Christensen, Ted Hofer.
With their advisor Mr. Charles Cady, the FHS
debate team attended a total of eleven meets. The
topic was, RESOLVED: That Congress should pro-
hibit unilateral United States military intervention
in foreign countries.
LEFT: Holly Wrenn and Rita Wipf made up the
A negative team and David Christensen and
George Villa were the A affirmative team.
BELOW LEFT: Holly Wrenn and Ted I-Iofer were the
squad's A extemporaneous speakers.
Three conference debates brought Freeman
fourth place. Competing against 35 other schools
the team debated at Augustana and Lincoln High.
At the divisional meet Freeman missed third place
by only a few points.
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Part of our school system is the Special Educa-
tion class which has' been held for twelve years at
Pine Hill Printery. Students are divided into two
groups, educable and trainable. The mornings are
spent learning academic skills and in the afternoon
the students learn life skills.
BACK: Mrs. Kathy Graber, Mrs. Erna Graber. MID-
DLE: Randy Wieman, Nancy Murphy, Linda Olig-
mueller, Diana Auch, june Ihnen, Sharon Roesler,
Kathy Kostboth. FRONT: Duane Addy, Arlys Heck-
enlaible, joel Weidner, Debbie Miller, Susan Ayers
Not Pictured: jonathan Itrich, Karon Schoenwald.
8th Grade Is Largest Class -54 Members
BACK: Don Wipf, Sheryl Gullickson, jeff Christen-
sen, Frank Graber, Cindy Kleinsasser, john Weier,
Marcia Holzwarth, Diane Christensen, Cindy Pre-
heim, Sue Weier, Tim Villa, Karen Pullman, Linda
Ulmer. THIRD: Keith Kaufman, Pam Stewart, jan
Ven Osdel, Charlene Preheim, Mary Preheim, Bar-
bara Knodel, Karen Hofer Ma Schaeffer Pat Ger
ing, Penny Kaufman, Elsie johnson, Lorrie,I-loff, Su-
zetta Ensz, David Ryken. SECOND: Cecilia Villa,
Sheryl Miller, jennifer Gaertner, Kathy Itrich, Twi-
la Koerner, Jerry Ortman, Scott Peterson, Debbie
Terveen, Susan Waltner, Cheryl Ries, Dennis Sch-
rag, Andrew Wipf, Marilyn Koerner. FRONT: Tho-
mas Bertsch, Glenn Preheiin, jill Kleinsasser, Ray
Walter, Brad Gering, Merlin Koerner, Mark Ander-
son, Stuart Preheim, jim Epp, Joe Christensen,
Karen Walter, Michael Hofer, Bruce Glanzer. NOt
Pictured: Diana Heibult.
BACK: Kathy Schmidt, Cathy Walter, Bob Pidde,
David Stahl, Vicki Stahl, Gary Goertz, Rhonda Mas-
sey, Ruth Waltner, Myron Holzwarth, Ross Ulrich,
Brenda Becker. THIRD: Charlotte Schrag, Wade
Ven Osdel, Ricky Herman, Robert Gimbel, Teresa
Graber, Theresa Villa, Coleen Dubs, Steve Knodel,
Collin Kleinsasser, Marilyn Wipf, Bradley Dowden.
SECOND: Audrey Tiesen, Ann Solberg, Mary Ann
Sorensen, Mark Gross, Vera Wiens, Mary Schweitzer,
Betty Andersen, jonetta I-Iofer, jill Preheirn, Cindi
Plooster, jimmy Merk. FRONT: Skye Hein, jane
Knittel, Colleen Ortrnann, Darwin Koerner, Terry
Waltner, Terry Gross, Sharla Gross, Larry Mehlhaf,
Scott Beier, Janis Christensen. Not Pictured: Mary
Jane Ries, Anthony Ahrendt.
7th and 6th Grades Like Phys. Ed.
BACK: Debra Gering, Colleen Kaufman, Donald
Beier, Dale Stark, Ranae Massey, Shawn Gullick-
son, Keith Massey, Patricia Glanzer, Loy Laber,
Rodney Prevast, David jones, Stephen Mendel.
TI-HRD: Michael Waltner, David Gross, Debbie Mil-
ler, Gloria Dowden, Karen Kaus, Cynthia Bauer,
Jane Wipf, Jody Mendel, Beth Gerig, Debra Becker,
jay Graber. SECOND: Michael Freeman, Tony Wal-
tner, John David Stahl, Audrey Bertsch, Colette
Dubs, Kent Mueller, Lynette Wollman, Richard
Schrag, Monte Waltner, Rick Stewart, Cynthia
Peterson, Cindy Ries. FRONT: Barbara Schwartze,
Steven Epp, Craig Walters, Donice Walter, Peggy
Kaufman, Carrie Hofer, Geraldine Hofer, Irene
Holzwarth, Nancy Kaufman, David Hofer, Valerie
Gunderson. Not Pictured: Renee Ries.
BACK: Cynthia Wollman, Barbara Waltner, Kent
Mendel, Bradley Wiens, John Ahrendt, Kevin Wal-
tner, Skyla I-lofer, Fred Villa, Norm Kaufman.
THIRD: Tena Graber, Caroline Schaeffer, Ross Pre-
heim, Brian Koster, Brad Letcher, Keith Knodel,
Tony Hofer, Liza Wipf, Lori Waltner, Beth Hofer.
SECOND: Galen Barta, Todd Schwader, Johnny
Gering, Craig Stahl, Nanette Hofer, Charlene Ort-
man, Kim Graber, Kenneth Bertsch, Robbie Mutch-
elknaus. FRONT: Gail Gunderson, Pamela Plooster,
Kevin Jensen, Tonda Gross, Pamela Walter, Teresa
Hofer, Sherri Heckenlaible, Charles Kramer, Rosa-
lie Schrag, Lori Dewald. Not Pictured: Susan Heibult.
5th and 4th Grades Are Creative in Art
BACK: Gwen Graber, Clay Ven Osdel, Curtis Wol-
lman Jeffery Sickmann, Ruby Lan Elizabeth Vil
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la, Joni Kaufman, Lynda Waltner. THIRD: Colette
Graber, Gina Waltner, Charlotte Graber, Peggy
Gering, Dawn Stahl, joan Mueller, Julie Kleinsas-
ser, Tom Waltner. SECOND: Darryl Dubs, jeffrey
Kaufman, Rickey Miller, Brent Mutchelknaus, Barry
Glanzer, Vernell Jensen, Timmy I-Iofer, Scott Jac-
obson. FRONT: Lisa Graber, Ramona Sayler, Arliss
Stern, Kathy Kaus, Clifford Huseman, Allen Hofer,
Randy Hofer, Linda Hofer. Not Pictured: Billy Ries.
BACK: Karolyn Graber, Brenda Jensen, Carol Hofer, Gaertner, Teresa Letcher. FRONT: Galen Hofer,
Twila Shaeffer, Dennis Wipf, Keith Letcher, Randy Becky Barta, Karen Ries, Kim Kaufman, Kim Diede,
Glanzer, Eric Waltner, Kevin Gross, MIDDLE: Ran- Dawn Schwader, jill Kaufman, Teresa Mutchelk-
dy Tooley, Darnell Tschetter, Charles Glanzer, naus. Not Pictured: janet Ries.
Delmar Walter, Scott Stern, Todd Preheim, Grant
3rd and 2nd Grades Enjoy Music
BACK: Mark Ortman, joe Freeman, John Beier, man, Lynette Stern, Charles Gering, Joni Herman,
Ronda Leaux Kleinsasser, Terry Graber, Stephen Melody Hofer, Steve Dewald, Keith Kaufman.
Ortmann, Charles Reimer, Brad Stewart. THIRD: FRONT: Lori Jacobson, Lewis Ven Osdel, Darla
Connie Lang, Kimberly Duerkson, Claudette Beck- Tschetter, Donald Walter, Gregg Uecker, Ricky
er, Dawn Sweeney, Barry Wiens, Douglas Dubs, Hofer, Steven Miller, Cindy Stern.
James Unruh. SECOND: Shari Graber, Susan Kauf-
BACK: Kevin Mutchelknaus, Brian Saarie, Joel
Schwader, David Preheim, Lisa Mueller, Brian
Stern, Mark Bauer, Jackie johnson. MIDDLE: Wen-
dy Waltner, Brian Gunderson, Robert Korn, Haylee
Laber, Marlene Holzwarth, Shaun Zanter, Karen
Zanter, Janet Goertz. FRONT: Michael Jacobson,
Steven Dubs, jon Epp, Marilyn Hofer, Karen Kno-
del, Duane Walter, Perry Hoffman.
'lst Grade Learns to Read
BACK: Cheryl Ortnaan, Mari Lynn Hofer, Juli Wipf,
Janice Jones, Cindy Graber, Julie Walter, La Vette
Miller, Brenda Glanzer. MIDDLE: Michael Aman
Terry Koster, Ricky Tooley, Sue Kaufman, Paulet-
te I-Ioltzwarth, Chantel Waltner, Gary Waltner,
Brent Glanzer. FRONT: Christine l-Iofer, Joette jen-
sen, jeffrey Walklin, Merrill Watson, Sharyl Kapsch,
Kimberly Plooster, Kim I-Iofer, Bonnie Peterson.
BACK: Lori I-Iofer, Tony Letcher, Billy Weier, Tam- Uecker, Dennis Kaufman, Tamara I-Iofer. FRONT:
my Rechnagel, Marilyn Graber, Kevin Knoll, O'- Juanita Villa, Timmy Glanzer, Belinda Walter,
Dean Titze. MIDDLE: Monica Hofer, Mary Andersen, Marlys Bertsch, Cory Diede, Dennis Tooley, Brian
Ronny Hofer, Douglas I-Iaar, james Kaufman, Barry Knittel.
Km dergarten Identifies Alphabet
BACK: Myles Brockmueller, Steven Korn, Pazmela laff, Kristi Haar, Lorie Preheim. FRONT: Craig
Tieszen, Timmy Reimer, Mark Gering, Amy Gra- Miller, Clitus Wollman, Jody Lehmann, JoLeen
ber, Mark Colgan. MIDDLE: Karla Waltner, Blaine Kaufman, Anita Graber, Donna Saner.
Saarie, Viki Graber, Kendall Graber, Kurt Ratz-
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BACK: Roland Svartoien,
Kevin Christensen, Nancy
Dangel, Tyron Preheim,
Peggy Weier, Mark Svarto-
ien. FRONT: Donna Preheim,
Steven Schmidt, LeAnn Dan-
gel, Arlan Preheim, 1oEllen
North Star if 66
BACK: Loren Saner, Kraig
Krehbiel, Waren Graber, Do-
novan Graber, joan Graber.
FRONT: Linden Graber, Dor-
is Saner, Marlin Saner, Tere-
sa Graber, Denise Saner.
Brookside if 65
BACK: Isaac Waltner, Debra Grab-
er, Diane Ries, Kerwin Graber.
MIDDLE: Marcia Friesen, Duane
Ries, Kim Graber, Shawn Tieszen,
Billy Graber. FRONT: Ivan Friesen,
Nancy Graber, Stewart Graber, Con-
nie Friesen, joey Graber.
Sunflower ll 68
BACK: Allen Thomas,
Daphne Unruh, Debbie
Thomas, jesse Thomas,
Roberta Graber. MIDDLE:
Nathan Thomas, Daniel
Thomas, Stanley Thomas,
Marlene Graber, jan Tho-
mas. FRONT: Marlaree
Becker, Glenda Unruh,
David Thomas, Kristine
Thomas, Phil Thomas.
Seven Country Schools Added to District
Hillside if 92
BACK: Desmond Miller, Stanley
Ortman, Kevin Becker, Kathy
Kaufman, Shella Ortman, Ion
Miller. FRONT: Steven Preheim,
Cristi Waltner, Sharla Kaufman,
Scott Preheim, Rebecca Miller,
BACK: Lonna Preheim,
Diana Preheim, Don Walt-
ner, Gregg Waltner, Sheila
Preheim, FRONT: Kenneth
Preheim Kath Waltner
Lisa Prelieim, julie Walther.
Students Number 85 in Country Schools
BACK: Michael Moeller, Patricia
Solberg, Karen Solberg, Pamela
Schweitzer, Gregory Andersen.
MIDDLE: john Munkvold, Gary Wag-
ner, Rodney Wek, Brian Schweitzer.
FRONT: Kim Andersen, Charlene
Schweitzer, Dawn Andersen, Debra
Wek, Sandra Solberg.
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The 78 member FHS band is SHOWN ABOVE.
BACK: Rose Hoff, Margaret Stern, Carol Hanson,
Linda Rechnagel, john Hansen. FOURTH: Pam
Stewart, Susan Waltner, Frank Graber, Randy
Krehbiel, Barb Uecker. THIRD: jennifer Gaertner,
Cecilia Villa, jan Mendel, Denise Mendel, Sharla
Gross, Twyla Koerner, Sharleen Schamber, JoAnn
Schamber, Ted Pidde, Dan Herrboldt, Cindy Sch
midt, Brenda Goertz, Monica Schrag. SECOND:
Marilyn Stahl, Garnet Gering, Loa Laber, Brenda
Gunderson, Nancy Pfeiffer, Judy Aman, Marion
Sayler, Kathy Krehbiel. FRONT: Arlene Klein-
sasser, Margo Graber, Sandra Barta, jan Radema-
cher, Marilyn Wipf.
Band Wins Superior Rating
Chosen by the band as officers are:
Rose Hoff--vice-president, Karon
Uecker--student comicil, Dale
Aman--president, Tammi Graber--
BACK: joan Marie Wipf, Eileen Koerner, Mark
Unruh. FOURTH: Coleen Becker, Coleen Dubs,
Kathy Schmidt, Marcy Kaufman, Marcia Holzwortli,
Kelly Mutschelknaus, joe Villa, Keith Hofer, Greg
Graber, Karon Uecker, Kim Wilde, Mark Mehlhaf,
jan Mehlhaf, Monte Kaufman. THIRD: Rita Wipf,
Lynn Mendel, Randy Barta, Penny Kaufman, Ted
Hofer, George Villa, David Schmidt, Teresa Grab-
er, Cindy Kleinsasser, Terry Walter, Dale Aman.
SECOND: Mary Ann Sorenson, Judy Mehlhaff, Skye
Hein, Theresa Villa, Shana Gullickson, Marlene
Haar, jill Kleinsasser. FRONT: Mary Preheim,
Rhonda Stewart, jackie Stahl, Tammie Graber,
Ardelle Kleinsasser. Not pictured: Tom Villa.
The 78 member FHS band, directed by Mrs. Betty
Mudder, led the FHS Homecoming Parade and later
marched at U. S. D, and Southern for their homecoming
parades, October 11 and 18, respectively. Throughout
the year the band played at home football and basketball
games and pep meetings.
Soloists and ensembles attended the Region I Small
Ensemble Contest at Vermillion, February 19, and brought
back a record amount of superior ratings. They received
9 superior, 9 excellent and a fair rating.
The band participated in the Cornbelt Conference
Band Festival, March 10 at Marion. Guest conductor was
Dr. Harold Krueger from Augustana College in Sioux
Falls. The 240 piece band concluded the days festival
with an evening concert.
Saturday, April 3, the band traveled to the large
ensemble contest at Mount Marty College and earned a
superior rating for the third consecutive year.
A spring concert consisting of the band, mixed chorus,
glee clubs, and madrigal climaxed the year's perform-
LEFT: Marcia Kaufman, a senior, has led the march-
ing band for two years.
Soloists receiving superiors
at the contest are, BACK:
joan Marie Wipf--baritone,
Marcy Kaufman--tenor sax-
ophone, Monte Kaufman--
trombone, Marilyn Stahl--
clarinet, Ardelle Kleinsas-
ser--flute and piccolo.
FRONT: Terry Walter--alto
saxophone and David Schmi-
dt--cornet, earned excellent
Receiving an excellent at the
contest was the woodwind quin-
tet. BELOW: Arlene Kleinsas-
ser, Marilyn Wipf, Judy Aman,
Mary Preheim, Ardelle
BELOW: George Villa, David Schmidt, and Ted Hofer
compose the cornet trio which received a fair rating.
Chosen as a member of
All- State Band is Ardelle
attended the band April
10-11 in Watertown and
played along with 164
musicians under the dir-
ection of Miles johnson of
St. Olaf College, North-
Arlene and Ardelle Kleinsasser received a su-
perior rating on their woodwind duet.
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haff earned an excellent rating.
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Aman, Marion Sayler, Kathy Krehbiel, and Judy Mehl-
Receiving a superior
was the brass choir.
THIRD: Ted Hofer,
George Villa, David
Schmidt, Mark Mehl-
haf. SECOND: Joan
Marie Wipf, Monte
Kaufman, Kim Wilde
Judy Aman, Frank
Eileen Koerner, Judy
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Earning an excellent rating was the
saxophone quartet: Barb Uecker,
Terry Walter, Dale Aman, and Marcia
BELOW: Arlene Kleinsasser, Loa Laber, Marilyn Stahl
and Garnet Gering played in the B flat clarinet quartet.
The group received an excellent rating.
The flute quartet received an excellent rating.
BACK: Rhonda Stewart, Jill Kleinsasser, FRONT
Ardelle Kleinsasser, Tammi Graber.
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The standard clarinet quartet is: Sandy Barta, Pam Monte Kaufman, Mark Mehlhaf, Kim Wilde, and
Stewart, Margo Graber, and Susan Waltner. The jan Mehlhaf composed the trombone quartet which
group earned an excellent. received an excellent.
Three Ensembles Earn Superiors
New this year is the woodwind choir
which received a superior rating.
BACK: Marcy Kaufman, Dale Aman,
Barb Uecker, Terry Walter. THIRD:
Pam Stewart, Marilyn Stahl, jan
Rademacher, SECOND: Susan Walt-
ner, Arlene Kleinsasser, Sandy Barta
Margo Graber, Garnet Gering, Loa
Laber. FRONT: Tammi Graber,
Mary Preheim, Ardelle Kleinsasser,
Under the direction of Mrs. Betty Mudder the mixed
chorus is, ABOVE: Carla Gross, Linda Rechnagel,
June Kleinsasser, Marsha Ulmer, Sharleen Schamber,
Nancy Schamber, Shana Gullickson, Gregg Graber,
David Christensen, Michael Walter. THIRD: Kathy
Krehbiel, Eileen Koerner, Brenda Gunderson, joan
Marie Wipf, Monica Schrag, Glenda Wiens, Marcy
The mixed chorus had an increase of nineteen members
over last year. On November 13, the chorus presented a
fall concert. lt also included numbers by the girls' and boys'
glee, All- State Chorus members and alternates, and the
sixth, seventh, and eighth grades.
The cantata Joy to the World was given on December
22. Those who sang solo parts in it were Eileen Koerner,
Tammi Graber, Judy Aman, David Christensen and Phil
Ries. Ted I-Iofer was the narrator.
On March 20, the Cornbelt Conference Vocal Festival
was held in Freeman. Others participating were Marion,
Montrose, and Canistota. Guest conductor for the day was
Mr. Don Peterson of the Sioux Falls public schools.
In the spring, another concert was given on April 9,
when the chorus, glee clubs, madrigal, and band presented
the contest numbers.
RIGHT: The four seniors chosen to represent Freeman
High at All- State Chorus are: David Christensen--bass, Dale
Aman--tenor, Eileen Koerner--soprano and Tammi Graber--
alto. They sang in the 1040 member chorus along with the
All- State Orchestra on October 7-8 at Sioux Falls. Director
of the mass chorus was Dr. Lloyd Pfaucsh from Southern
Methodist University, Dallas, Texas.
Kaufman, Jarvis Heckenlaible, Phil Ries, Ted
Hofer. SECOND: Cindy Schmidt, Marion Sayler,
jackie Stahl, Nancy Kleinsasser, Debby Gunderson,
Judy Aman, joe Villa, Todd Graber, john Hansen.
FRONT: Garnet Gering, Sandra Barta, Rita Wipf,
Carol Hanson, Margo Graber, Diane Weier, Sally
Jorgensen, Brad Kleinsasser, Randy Barta,
BACK: Allen Weier, Marlin I-Iolzworth, Greg Klein-
sasser, Dan Herrboldt, Keith Hofer, DeVandolyn
Schamber, JoAnn Wagner, jan Rademacher, Linda
Lang, jan Mehlhaf. THIRD: Monte Kaufman, Mark
Mehlhaf, Dale Aman, Brad Christensen, Lynn Men-
del, David Schmidt, Ardelle Kleinsasser, Loa La-
ber, Tammi Graber, Lynette Weins. SECOND:
Douglas Brucklacher, Kim Wilde, George Villa,
Randy Krehbiel, Burnell Glanzer, Nancy Pfeiffer,
Marilyn Stahl, Denise Mendel, Barb Uecker, JoAnn
Schamber. FRONT: Charles Aman, Ted Pidde, Don
Munkvold, David Epp, jerry Wildermuth, Karon
Uecker, Terry Walter, Margaret Stern, Coleen
Becker, Marlene Haar. Not pictured: Tom Villa,
LEFT: Those who sang solos at the contest in Vermillion
are: Phil Ries, Greg Kleinsasser, Mark Mehlhaf, Joan
Marie Wipf, Kathy Krehbiel, Margo Graber, Nancy Pfeif-
fer, David Christensen, Tammi Graber, Dale Aman, and
George Villa. Of these Phil, Greg, Nancy, and Tammi
received superior, The remaining seven received excel-
BELOW: The piano soloists are: David Schmidt, Mark
Unruh, Monte Kaufman, Marcy Kaufman, and joan Marie
Wipf. Receiving superior were joan Marie and Monte.
Marcy, Mark, and David received excellent ratings.
The 61 member girls' glee received a superior rating
at the contest for the fourth consecutive year. Dir-
ected by Mrs. Betty Mudder the chorus is: BACK:
Glenda Wiens, Diane Weier, June Kleinsasser,
Linda Lang, Nancy Schamber, Monica Schrag,
Marcy Kaufman, Marsha Ulmer, Sharleen Scham-
ber, Linda Rechangel, Shana Gullickson, DeVan-
dolyn Schamber, JoAnn Wagner, Jan Rademacher,
Jan Mehlhaf, Nancy Pfeiffer. THIRD: Terry Walter,
Lynette Wiens, Jackie Stahl, Tammi Graber, Marion
Sayler, Loa Laber, Nancy Kleinsasser, Joan Marie
Wipf, Kathy Krehbiel, Carla Gross, Donna Munk-
Accompanists for the different chorus groups are: Terry
Walter--girls' glee, Joan Marie Wipf--mixed chorus,
Dave Schmidt--boy's glee.
LEFT: The girls' ensemble received a superior rating
at the contest. They are, BACK: Judy Aman, Margo
Graber, Karon Uecker, SECOND: Joan Marie Wipf,
Jackie Stahl, Jan Mehlhaf. FRONT: Eileen Koerner,
Tammi Graber, JoAnn Wagner.
vold, Sally Jorgensen, Barb Uecker, Julie Svartoien,
Ardelle Kleinsasser, Cindy Svartoien. SECOND:
Brenda Gunderson, Carol Hanson, Debbie Gunderson,
Marilyn Stahl, Margo Graber, Denise Mendel, Anita
Bittner, Rita Wipf, Pam Gering, Judy Aman,
Eileen Koerner, Debbie Graber, Karon Uecker,
Teresa Brucklacher, Judy Mehlhaff. FRONT:
Barbara Tschetter, Marlene Haar, Lucille Glanzer,
JoAnn Schamber, Sandra Barta, Jan Mendel, Garnet
Gering, June Adrian, Cindy Schmidt, Angela
Schweitzer, Earla Wagner, Margaret Stern, Bonnie
Hofer, Coleen Becker. Not pictured: Linda Edwards.
The mixed ensemble is, BACK:
Judy Aman, Monte Kaufman,
David Christensen, Karon
Uecker. FRONT: Eileen Koer-
ner, Dale Aman, George Villa
The group earned an excellent
Members of the madrigal are,
BACK: Mark Mehlhaf, Kim Wilde,
Monte Kaufman, David Christensen,
George Villa, Dale Aman, Lynn
Mendel, Randy Barta. FRONT: Judy
Aman, Eileen Koerner, joan Marie
Wipf, Margo Graber, jackie Stahl,
Tammi Graber, JoAnn Wagner,
Karon Uecker, jan Mehlhaf. The
madrigal received a superior rating
at the music contest.
Receiving an excellent plus at the
contest was the miscellaneous girls'
ensemble. They are, BACK: Barb
Uecker, june Kleinsasser, Shana
Gullickson, Carla Gross. FRONT:
Marilyn Stahl, Nancy Pfeiffer,
Kathy Krehbiel, Marion Sayler,
Earning an excellent rating at the contest the
boys' glee sang under the direction of Mrs. LeEtta
Bennett. They are, BACK: Gregg Graber, David
Christensen, Mike Walter, Allen Weier, Marlin
Holzworth, Greg Kleinsasser, Dan Herrboldt, Keith
Hofer. THIRD: Jarvis Heckenlaible, Phil Ries, Ted
Hofer, Monte Kaufman, Mark Mehlhaf, Dale
Aman, Brad Christensen, Lynn Mendel. SECOND:
Joey Villa, Todd Graber, john Hansen, Doug
Brucklacher, Kim Wilde, George Villa, Randy
Krehbiel, Burnell Glanzer. FRONT: Brad Kleinsas
ser, Randy Barta, Charles Aman, Ted Pidde,
Donald Munkvold, David Epp, jerry Wildermuth,
Not pictured: Tom Villa.
The boys' ensemble, receiving an excellent
rating at the contest, are: Mark Mehlhaf, Kim
Wilde, Monte Kaufman, David Christensen,
George Villa, Dale Aman, Lynn Mendel, and
Randy Barta. Not pictured, Tom Villa.
FHA officers include, LEFT: Eileen Koer-
ner--song leader, Carol Hanson--librarian
julie Svartoien--historian, Linda Rechna-
gel--reporter, Sandy Barta--secretary,
Ardelle Kleinsasser--president, Marcy
Kaufman--parliamentarian, Denise Men-
del--treasurer, Marion Sayler--vice-
A new organization at FHS is the Future Homemakers of America.
The group of 30 girls attend monthly meetings held at the school and
work on various projects and activities. This year the girls made
Christmas favors for the Salem Home for time Aged, had a Christmas
party, enjoyed a slumber party in the gym, and presented a spring
The FHA's biggest project was the spring style show, Signs of
the Seventies, presented Sunday afternoon, May 17. The gym was
decorated in black and White and carried out the theme with the use
of zodiac signs. Fashions were styled by all Home Economics I, ll,
and HI girls and some Fl-LA members. At LEFT: jan Rademacher,
Nancy Kleinsasser, Lind Lang, and julle Svartoien model their
Members of FHA are, BACK: Lynette Wiens, Judy Mehlhaff,
Cindi Svartoien, Donna Munkvold, Carla Gross, Linda Lang, Debbie
Graber, Bonnie I-lofer, Linda Rechnagel, julie Svartoien, Ian Rade-
macher. SECOND: Lucille Glanzer, Anita Bittner, Colleen Becker,
Jan Mendel, Rita Wipf, Sandy Barta, Nancy Pfeiffer, Jackie Stahl,
Marion Sayler, Yvonne Huber. SEATED: Ardelle Kleinsasser, Eileen
Koerner, Cindy Schmidt, Carol Hanson, Denise Mendel, Shana Gul-
lickson, Debby Gunderson, JoAnn Schamber, Marcy Kaufman, Judy
Aman, Brenda Gunderson.
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The 1970 boys' track team is, BACK: Coach Don
Diede, Kim Wilde, Mark Mehlhaf, Monte Kauf-
man, Don Hansen, Allen Weier, Greg Kleinsasser,
Don Schamber, Dale Aman, john Hansen, Burnell
Glanzer, Jarvis Heckenlaible, Lynn Mendel, George
Villa, Coach Wayne Knoll. SECOND: Randy Wipf
Greg Graber, Keith Hofer, Ricky Preheim, Brad ,
Christensen, Dan Herrboldt, Jerry Hofer, Don Pen-
ner, Danny Ven Osdel, Dale Neuharth, Mike Wal-
ter, Tom Haar, FRONT: Randy Schweitzer, Ted
Pidde, Charles Aman, Don Herman, Dell Thomas,
Joe Villa, Todd Graber, Ken Anderson, Kelly Kauf-
man, Randy Krehbiel. Not pictured: Marcus
Seven School Records Are Broken
Despite unfavorable running conditions, Coach Don
Diede's trackmen brought FHS one of the most successful
track seasons in the history of the school. A big factor
was that the entire squad returned plus the addition of a
large group of hard working freshmen. During the season
the boys attended an average of two track meets a week.
There were many highlights for the Flyers as a team and
as individuals--from nearly upsetting Salem in the Salem
Relays, to placing second in the conference, and finish-
ing fourth in the region. Freeman also earned points at
the larger track meets in Vermillion, Hurley, Tyndall,
and at the state track meet in Rapid City.
At the end of the season the boys had earned 44 tro-
phies for breaking records and standards, surpassing last
year's team total of eight trophies.
School records that fell are the 2 mile relay, mile
relay, mile run, S80 yard relay, 440 yard relay, 220
yard dash, and frosh shot put.
Qualifying for the state track meet were, LEFT: joe
Villa--2 mile run, Burnell Glanzer--mile run, Greg
Kleinsasser--high jump, Allen Weier--880 yard dash,
and Tom Villa--440 yard dash. Allen placed fourth in
ABOVE are the seven Flyers who ran in
record-breaking relays for FHS. They are
BACK: Allen Weier, Tom Vill, Mark
Mehlhaf, Monte Kaufman. FRONT: jerry
Hofer, Jarvis I-Ieckenlaible, Lynn Mendel.
. ABOVE the spectators eagerly cheer Allen Weier on to a split-
' second victory over Canistota as he crosses the finish line in the
Hard work and will power make for a suc-
cessful track team as proven this year by the
Flyers. ABOVE the boys are shown putting forth
this kind of effort during after school work-outs.
BELOW is the two mile relay team which broke
the school record by seventeen seconds. They
are john Hansen, Allen Weier, Kim Wilde, and
Members of the girls' senior high track team are,
BACK: Reyne Anderson, JoAnn Schamber, Lynette
Weins, Teresa Brucklacher, Coach LaVerne Diede,
Sally Jorgensen, Anita Bittner, Pam Gering,
Marlene Haar. SECOND: Marcy Kaufman, Glenda
Weins, Iulie Svartoien, Nancy Schamber,
Girls Place Second at
The 1970 track season found 68 girls from grades
6-12 reporting to Coach LaVerne Diede. The team
participated in the Hurley Bulldog Relays, the Tyndall
Relays, the Yankton Regional Track Meet, the
Springfield Invitational Track Meet, and the Girls'
Conference Track Meet at Salem where they took
RIGHT: Teresa Villa qualified for the State Track
Meet by Winning the 220 yard dash at the regional
meet. At state Teresa received sixth place in her
DeVando1yn Schamber, Carla Gross, Tammi Gra-
ber, Kathy Krehbiel, Barb Uecker, Nancy Klein-
sasser, Holly Wrenn, Brenda Goertz, jan Mehlhaf.
FRONT: Lucille Glanzer, Randa Gross, Donna
Munkvold, Cindi Svartoien, Debby Gunderson,
JoAnn Wagner, Earla Wagner, and Barb Tschetter
During the season three girls each re-
ceived first place in different events. They
are, Glenda Weins--440 yard dash, Nancy
Schamber--high jump, and Teresa Villa--
22O yard dash.
Girls of the junior high track team are, BACK:
Cindy Kleinsasser, Rhonda Massey, Sheryl Gullick-
son, Diane Christensen, Sue Weier, Kathy Walters,
Karen I-lofer, Pat Gering, Suzetta Ensz, Jennifer
Gaertner, Coach LaVerne Diede. SECOND: Penny
Kaufman, Pam Stewart, Kathy Schmidt, Coleen
Those who lettered in track this year are, BACK:
Tammie Graber, Brenda Goertz, JoAnn Wagner. SEC-
OND: Marlene Haar, Reyne Anderson, Barb Uecker,
Marcy Kaufman, Carla Gross. FRONT: Holly Wrenn,
Glenda Weins, Kathy Krehbiel, Jan Mehlhaf, and
Dubs, Vera Weins, Elsie Johnson, Teresa Graber,
Betty Anderson, Teresa Villa. FRONT: Cecilia
Villa, Skye Hein, Cindi Plooster, Karen Walter,
Mary Sorenson, Marilyn Koerner, Susan Walther,
and Kathy Itrich.
The Thespians presented their
play Monday, May 11 with the
following cast, BACK: Dale Aman
--Cleante, Rod Anderson--Fleu-
rant, Mark Mehlhaf--Thomas
Diafoirus, Monte Kaufman--Dr.
Diafoirus, Kim Wilde--Purgon,
Tom Haar--De Bonnefoi, John
Hansen--Beralde. FRONT: Kathy
Hoff--Louison, Ardelle Kleinsas-
ser--Beline, George Villa--Argan,
Seniors Present Play With Double Cast
The Freeman High School seniors presented the play, The
Imaginary Invalid Monday and Tuesday, May 11 and 12. The
play, written by the French playwright Moliere, makes mem-
bers of the medical profession objects of his comic satire. Ar-
gan, the imaginary invalid, believes entirely in his doctors
Purgon, Diafoirus, Thomas Diafoirus, and the apothecary,
Fleurant, as theypretend to be curing him of his imaginary ill-
nesses. However, through the help of Argan's servant Toinette
and his brother Beralde, Argan is ridded of his imaginary ill-
nesses, his doctors, and his conniving wife.
The class was able to use 17th century costumes, which
added much authenticity and humor to the play.
Mrs. Ethel Kaufman, ABOVE, coached both
casts and supervised the costuming, properties,
During a rehearsal Judy Aman tries to con-
vince the invalid Ted I-Iofer that he is not
Presenting their play May 12, the
Players cast includes, BACK:
Monte Kaufman--Dr. Diafoirus,
Allen Weier--Thomas Diafoirus,
Kim Wilde--Purgon, Iirn Chris-
tenson--Fleurant, Phil Ries--
Beralde, Tom Haar--De Bonnefoi,
JoAnn Wagner--Beline, Judy
Aman--Toinette, Tammi Graber
--Angelique, David Christensen--
Cleante. SEATED: Marcy Kauf-
man--Louison, Ted Hofer--Argan.
RIGHT: Beline, JoAnn Wagner, discovers that her husband isn't
really dead as she tries to take his keys to get his money.
Seniors working behind the scenes are, BACK: Dale Stern--cur-
tain, Ivan Ven Osdel--lights, IoAnn Wagner, Brenda Gunder-
son, Angela Schweitzer--make-up. MIDDLE: Greg Mutschelk-
aus, LeRoy Pullman--properties, Eileen Koerner, Diane Weier,
Delano Koerner-- prompters. FRONT: jim Gaert-ner, Mike
Schweitzer, jerry Schmidt--publicity.
LOWER RIGHT: Marcy Kaufman as Louison bites Argan's finger
as he asks her about her sister's secret love.
Officers chosen by honor society members
are, ABOVE: Allen Weier--vice-president,
Monte Kaufman--treasurer, Kim Wilde--presi-
dent, Kathy Krehbiel--secretary.
The honor society's major goal was to raise
money for the Patricia Hofer Memorial Fund.
The money raised from the fund goes to a senior
selected by a faculty committee on the basis of
scholarship, leadership, service, talent, contri-
bution to the school, character, and need.
Money was raised through a record dance held
after the conference Wrestling tournament, and
a coffee hour given after both nights of the senior
Eleven new members were added to the honor
society during the year. They were formally in-
ducted into the society in a candlelighting cere-
mony performed by last year's members. Also
the organization held several breakfast meetings
in the spring and elected officers for the 1970-
71 school year.
Last year's members include, RIGHT: Kim
Wilde, Allen Weier, Monte Kaufman, john Han-
sen. FRONT: Judy Aman, Kathy Krehbiel,
New members selected are, LOWER RIGHT:
Holly Wrenn, Don Penner, David Christenson,
JoAnn Wagner, Ardelle Kleinsasser, Diane
Weier. FRONT: Marion Sayler, Sandy Barta,
Burnell Glanzer, Rita Wipf, Jackie Stahl.
Juniors june Kleinsasser and Julie Svartoien,
ABOVE, help to get the gym ready for the ban-
quet and prom by making a canopy out of
Romance in Ven'
The junior-senior banquet and prom was held
Saturday, May 3, with the theme, Romance in
Venice . The gym was decorated in colors of silver
and blue with gondolas, and Roman murals accent-
ing the scene. The students and faculty sat at card
tables and were served a catered ham supper by
twelve freshman waiters and waitresses chosen by
the junior class. They were, ABOVE: Nancy
Schamber, Deb Graber, Cindy Schmidt, JoAnn
Schamber, Debby Gunderson, Marlene I-Iaar.
FRONT: Gregg Graber, Mike Walters, Dan Herr-
boldt, joe Villa, Ted Pidde, Charles Aman.
Master of ceremonies Tom Villa introduced
junior and senior class presidents Bob Wollman and
Dale Aman who gave welcoming and farewell
speeches, respectively. The madrigal sang a num-
ber, and Principal Ron Bennett delivered the fea-
ABOVE: Tom Villa, Mrs. Betty Mudder, and Mr.
Alvin Mudder listen while Bob Wollnin gives his
tLu'ed speech recognizing each senior through a
motto and jokes.
Prom music was furnished by the Sirens .
BELOW: juniors, seniors, and faculty members are seen en-
joying the banquet.
Student addresses at commencement
were given by, LEFT: Kim Wilde,
Ted Hofer, john Hansen, George
Villa, and Monte Kaufman.
Students Speak at Commencement
Graduation activities began May 19
with class night. The program included
senior band, awards to outstanding indivi-
duals in school activities, and presentation
of the senior class's facts, poem, and will.
Baccalaureate was held May 24 with
Rev. Virgil Gerig delivering the sermon.
The boys' chorus, girls' chorus, and mad-
rigal sang. Terry Walter played the pro-
cessional and recessional march.
With a crowd of nearly one- thousand,
34 seniors and 57 eighth graders graduated
May 25. jackie Stahl played the proces-
sional march and the girls' ensemble and
madrigal provided music.
The class motto is: Take the world as
you find it, but leave it better , The class
flower is white mums and the colors are
maroon, pink, and white.
Graduating with high distinction was
Tammi Graber and with highest distinction
was Kim Wilde, who also received the
Patricia I-Iofer Scholarship.
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Behind the Scenes at FHS
Little boy blue come blow your horn,
Ah ha, we found you. V
Anderson, Kenny--22, 26,37,40,68
Anderson, Reyne--19, 70, 71
Barta, Randy--19, 26, 31, 37, 39,4O, 57, 62, 64, 67
Barta, Sandra--16, 17, 34,41,43, 56, 61, 62, 64, 67, 74
Becker, Coleen--22,57, 63, 64,67
Bittner, Anita--22, 64, 67, 70
Brucklacher, Douglas--16, 32, 62,66
Brucklacher, Teresa-- 19, 63, 64, 70
chfistenson, Bradley--19, 27,39,4O,63, 66,68
Christenson, David--10, 42, 43, 4-4, 62, 63, 65, 66, 73,
Christenson, Ia1nes-- 10, 73, 76
Dubs, Terry--22, 24, 26, 39
Epp, David--19, 27, 37, 39, 40, 63, 66
Gaertner, james--10, 73, 76
Gering, Garnet--19, 36,41, 44, 56, 60, 62, 64
Gering, Pam--19,64, 70
Glanzer, Burnell--16, 18, 32, 34,4O,43, 63, 66, 68, 77
Glanzer, Lucille--9, 16, 32, 64, 67,70
Goertz, Brenda--19, 56, 70, 71
Graber, Debbie--22,6-4, 67
Graber, Gregg--22, 26, 34, 36, 40, 62, 66, 68
Graber, Margo--19, 30,41, 56, 61, 62, 63, 64,65
Graber, Tammi--11, 14,41, 42,43, 56, 57, 60, 61, 62,
63, 64,65, 70, 71, 73, 74, 76
Graber, Todd--22, 39, 40, 62, 66,68
Gross, Carla--22, 62, 66, 68
Gross, Randa--9,16, 70
Gullickson, Shana--22, 62, 66,68
Gunderson, Brenda--11, 42, 43, 56, 63, 64, 67, 73, 76
Gunderson, Deborah--22, 62, 67, 70
Haar, Marlene--22,36,41,57, 63,64, 70,71
Haar, Thomas--11,26,27,34,40,42,68, 72,73,76
Hansen, Don--19, 26,34,40,36,68
Heckenlaible, Jarvis--16, 32, 34, 40, 62, 66, 68, 69
Herman, Don--23, 26, 36, 68
Herrboldt, Dan--23, 36,56,63, 66, 68
jorgenson, Sally--20, 31, 62, 64, 70
Kaufman, Kelly--23, 26, 39,40,68
64,67,70,71, 73, 76
Kaufman, Maurita-- 16,43
Kaufman, Monte--12, 14,26,27,34,35,40,57, 58,59
Kleinsasser, Ardelle--12, 42,43,57,58,59,6O,61,63,
Kleinsasser, Arlene--20, 30,41 , 42,43, 58, 59, 60, 61,
Kleinsasser, Bradley--23, 39
Kleinsasser, Greg--20,34,36,4O,42,63,66, 68
Kleinsasser, june--16,17,31, 32,62, 64,65
Kleinsasser, Nancy--16, 38, 41, 43, 62, 64,70
Koerner, Delano--12, 13, 73, 76
Koerner, Eileen- 12, 42, 43, 57, 59, 62, 64, 65, 67, 73,
Krehbiel, Randy--20, 56, 63, 66, 68
Lang, Linda--23, 63, 64, 67
Mehlhaf, Mark--10,12,26,27, 28,34,4O,42,57, 59,
Mehlhaff, Judy--23, 57, 59, 64, 67
Mendel, Denise--22, 23, 31, 56, 63, 64, 67
Mendel, jan--24, 56, 64, 67
17, 40,43,46,57, 63, 65, 66, 68, 69
Munkvold, Donald--24, 63, 66
Munkvold, Donna--24, 64, 67, 70
Mutchellcnaus, Greg-- 13 , 73, 76
Kelly--20, 26, 37, 40, 57
Neuharth, Dale--20, 39, 40, 68
Penner, Don--17, 39,40, 68, 74
Preheim, Ricky--17, 26, 34, 40,68
Pullman, LeRoy--13, 26, 27, 37, 38, 40, 73, 76
Rademacher, jan--l7, 43, 56, 63, 64, 67
DeVandolyn--20, 63, 64 70
-17, 18, 26, 32,4O, 68
IOATIH--24, 56, 63,64, 70, 71
y--24,36,41, 62, 64, 70, 71
een--17, 56, 62,64
Schmidt, Cindy--24, 56, 62, 64,67
Schmidt, Jerry--13, 73, 76
Schrag, Monica--20, 41, 56, 64
Schweitzer, Angela- 14, 73, 76
Schweitzer, Donna- - 1 7
Schweitzer, Michael--13, 15, 73, 76
Schweitzer, Randy--24, 39, 68
Stahl, jackie- - 1
7, 18, 30, 32,41,43,57, 62, 64, 65, 67,
Stern, Dale--15, 73,76
Stern, Margaret--21, 30, 41, 56, 63, 64
Stewart, Rhonda-- 21, 31, 36,41 , 57, 60
Svartoien, Cindi--25, 44, 64, 67, 70
Svartoien, julie--18,30,64,67, 70
Tschetter, Barb--21, 64,70
Thomas, Dell--25, 26, 28,40
Thomas, Geraldine--14, 76
Ulmer, Marsha--9, 21,62, 64
Ven Osdel, Danny--21,40, 68
Ven Osdel, lvan-- 15, 73, 76
Villa, George--15, 26, 27, 30, 39,40, 42, 44, 57, 58,
Wagner, Earla--21,64, 70
Weier, Diane--15,42, 62, 64, 73, 74, 76
Wiens, Glenda--21,41,62,64, 70, 72
Wiens, Lynette--25, 63, 64, 69, 70
Wildermuth, jerry--25,62,63, 66
Wipf, joan Marie--21,30,42,43,57,58,62,63,64,
Wipf, Randy--25, 34, 40, 68
Wrenn, Holly--16, 18, 32,42,43,44, 70, 71, 74
The FLYETTE staff would like to thank photographers Al Nick-
el of Al's Studio, Alvin Mudder, and Rueben Goertz for taking indi-
vidual and group pictures.
The staff wishes also to thank the following businessmen and
firms for their financial support with the 1970 FLYETTE.
Dr. Bruce Beier, D.D.S.
Bison State Telephone
Cliffs Telephone 8: Electric
Dub's Jewelry 8: Beauty Shop
Eddie's Radio 8: T.V.
Eisenbeis Cabinet Shop
Farmer's Dairy 8: Produce
Ferd's Food Market
First National Bank
Fred Haar Co.
Freeman Community Hospital
Freeman Co-operative Oil Co.
Freeman Farmer's Elevator
Freeman Fertilizer 8: Farm Supply
Freeman Lumber Co.
John Gering, Attorney-at-Law
Graber Feeds 8: Supply
Graber's Tree Service
Hoffs Cafe 8: Beauty Shop
Huber Motor Service
fFord 8: Mercuryj
lvan's Floor Covering
Dr. Richard Jones, D.V.M.
Junior's Barber Shop
Kaufman, Dr. LeRoy 8: Dr. Dawn,
Kaufman Milling Service Inc.
Kennyls Jack 8: Jill
King Koin Laundermat 8: Soft
Kleinsasser Plumbing 8: Heating
Laber's Meat Market
Lonnie's Barber Shop
Merchant's State Bank
Northwestern Public Service
Park Lane Feeds
Pine Hill Printery 8: Courier
Pfeiffer's Beauty Shop
Ray Ries, Well Drilling
Sorenson Surge Service
Tally's K 8: K Store
Dr. Bert J. Tiesen, Chiropractor
Wally's Car Wash
Walter Furniture Store
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