Freeman High School - Flyette Yearbook (Freeman, SD)
- Class of 1971
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1971 volume:
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The 1977 Flyette
Freeman High School
Freeman, South Dakota
A continually increasing enrollment at Freeman
High School brought about the need for relocation of
the library and other fundamental school outlets. The
library was nearly tripled in size when it was moved
into the west half of the study hall. The old library be-
The 1971 FLYETTE has tried to capture the mood
of Freeman High School as it is daily throughout the
year. The annual this year stresses informality and the
students involved in academics. Our aim has been to
record as accurately as possible the happenings of the
past year as related to the school. The theme of the
book, "Daily Life at Freeman High--1970-71", is
simple, yet practical.
The staff and their advisor hope that their resultant
efforts will provide a realistic view of Freeman High
School and the students thereof.
came the offices of the 1ibraria.n and the high school
principal. The rearranged accomodations also allowed
the needed space for some newer, more sophisticated
copying and audio-visual equipment.
Table of Contents
Administration. . . .
Grades .... . 25
Athletics . . . 35
Music . . . 47
Activities . . . 57
Sponsors . . . 80
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Administration Stresses Public Awareness
In an industrious attempt to bring the public to
awares of the conditions at FHS, the administration
sponsored a "Back-to-School" week in which the
parents were invited to come to school on one day
and go with their child through the daily routine.
The program was an unmitigated success on the grade
school level but, because the parents didn't care to
struggle through the halls, few high school classes
System, and Mr. Ronald Bennett, BELOW, principal
and the student's voice at the board meetings. Be-
tween the eleven administrative officials, the school
continues to function efficiently.
Relaxing after another meeting of the board are:
Max Hein, Howard Preheim, Ray Krehbiel, President
Willis Wipf, Vice-President Dennis Mendel, Dr. I.I.
Kaufman, and Wally Stolp. Not pictured are LaVerne
Waltner, clerk, and Palmer Schrag, treasurer. Sit-
ting in on every meeting, were, BELOW, Mr. Alvin
Mudder, superintendent of the Freeman Public School
Faculty Strives for
RENEE HU ENEMANN
Eighth grade language arts,
German I S II.
Earth Science, Biology, high
school boys' P. E., football and
track coach, junior class advisor
and advisor to the F-Club.
Elementary grade principal, seventh grade language
arts, high school girls' P. E., seventh and eighth
grade girls' P. E., girls' track coach.
Seventh and eighth grade Math, Geom- ,
etry, Trigonometry, Advisor for Pep
Industrial Arts I, II, G
III, sophomore class
advisor- RICHARD TSCI-IETTER
Chemistry, Algebra I, Drivers Training,
freshman class advisor.
Faculty Promotes Pa rent Participation
Seventh and eighth
grade Social Studies,
'unior hi h P E as
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sistant football, bas-
ketb all, and track
Elementary P. E.,
sixth grade Social
Studies, English I,
Elementary and jun-
ior high school mu-
sic and Voc al.
Girls' Glee Club, mixed
chorus, band, highschool
instrumental lessons, sen-
ior class advisor.
Boys' Glee Club, junior high school
The Freeman Education Association set two pri-
mary goals for the 1970-71 school session. The first
goal was to try to inform the parents of the changes
which are taking place in education and how these
changes are being implemented in the Freeman
The second goal was to set up meetings in which
teachers were to discuss new methods of teaching.
The discussions were to be led by outstanding person-
nel in the field of education.
The main attempts to achieve the first goal was
the education week program, which was highlighted
by a "Back to School Night" in which the parents
were to take the classes of one of their children. At
the same time, the grade teachers made posters,
and had them placed in store windows, which stressed
parent participation in education.
To meet the second goal, a series of inservice
meetings were conducted. State Department of Ed-
ucation officials were invited to conduct the meet-
ings. Approximately twenty-five of the area teachers
participated in a graduate level course in education
,which was conducted by the Univeisity of South
Young Teachers Identify With Students
ing, General Business,
Typing I 8 II, Advisor
FLYETTE, and junior
Girls' Home Economics
I, II, 8 III, Bachelor
Living, Advisor for:
junior Class and Future
Seventh and Eighth
Grade Science, Algebra
II, Physics, Grade
Freshman Class Advisor.
for: MAROON S WHITE,
Psychology, Sociology, World
I-Iistory, American History,
American Government, Wrestling
Coach, Assistant Football and Track
Coach, Sophomore Class Advisor.
DIANE ELLIN GER
English II, III, S IV, junior Class
Play, junior Class Advisor.
for about 320 kids from ru-
ral Freeman, the bus drivers
played an important part in
the operation of the school.
They were, RIGHT Don
Christensen, Rev. Harold
Trout, jerry Wollman,
Harlan Gross, Herb Koer-
ner, Clem Weier, Rev.
Raymond Ehrman, and
Loren Becker. Not pictured:
Ken Gullickson and Gideon
Serving hot lunches
daily, the cooks were an
indispensible part of the
school system. Laura Gra-
ber-head cook, Agnes
Walters, Vesta Graber and
Lorraine Preheim are shown
preparing for another busy
The janitoxs daily applied themselves
to keep the school and gym in orderly con-
dition for the coming school day. Besides
head janitors Ruben Pfeiffer and Roger Pre-
heim, pictured LEFT, jake Fast, john Wal-
ter, and Lucille Glanzer spent many long
hours in preparing the school for the day
Graduating Class Numbers 30
Sandra Barta-Vice President,
Council Representative, and
Don Penner-Secretary, were
elected to govern the senior
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RANDA GRCSS CAROL HANSEN
MAURITA KAUFMAN JUNE KLEINSASSER
Seniors Attend Legislative Sessions
At the end of a tedious four hour bus ride, the American
Government class, supervised by jim Erpenbach, arrived at
South Dakota's state capital in Pierre. The first scheduled
activity for the day was a tour of the Governor's mansion,
arranged by co-advisor Mr. Bob Uecker. The remainder of
the day was filled by visits to the Senate and House, and
thorough tours of the network of underground tunnels. At
right Marion Sayler, Nancy Pfeiffer and Rita Wipf rest in the
rotunda of the capital building.
NANCY KLEINSASSER LYNN MENDEL DON PENNER
NANCY PFEIFFER MARCUS PREHEIM RICK PREHEIM
LINDA RECHNAGEL MARION SAYLER DONALD SCHAMBER
SI-IARLEEN SCHAMBER DONNA SCHWEITZER JACQUELINE STAHL
The seniors this year were involved in English,
American government, psychology, sociology,
bookkeeping, art, trigonometry, physics, German
II, Developemental Reading, industrial arts, and
shorthand. At left bookkeeping students, Sandra
Barta, Lynn Mendel, Doug Brucklacher, and
Lucille Glanzer, make a new bulletin board.
As a reward and a test for their good behavior
the seniors were granted special privileges, such
as open campus and a liberal dress code during
the final nine weeks.
IULIANNE STAI-IL JULIE SVARTOIEN
T OM VILLA RITA WIPF
LEFT: Carol Hansen and Jarvis
Heckenlaible use the adding
machine to assure accuracy in
ABOVE LEFT are the boy and girl staters and
their alternates chosen by the administration
on the basis of leadership, service, initiative,
character, and scholarship. They are Randy
Barta-Alternate, Barb Uecker-Alternate, Ian
Mehlhaf, a.nd Greg Kleinsasser. ABOVE are
Mr. Tschetter, Marilyn Stahl, and Terry
Walter in the Drivers Training car ready to
begin a session of U-turns and parallel
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magazine sales this year. The girls team
with jan Mehlhaf as their captain and the
boys team with captain David Schmidt
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Mehlhaf was high salesman with Brenda
Goertz second. The boys, being the losing
team, were hosts to a chislic party for the
Pictured at LEFT are the junior class
officers. FRONT: David Epp-Student Coun-
cil Representative, Randy Barta-Treasurer,
Barb Uecker-Student Council Representative
BACK: Kelly Mutschellmaus-Secretary,
Don Hansen-Vice President, Greg Kleinsas-
juniors Display Wide Range of Interest
English III and American History were the required
subjects for the juniors this year. A research theme and
rock poetry kept the juniors attentive in English. Other
classes taken by the juniors were Algebra II, Chemistry,
Industrial Arts, German, Shorthand, Home Economics,
Bachelor Living, World History, General Business, and
Drivers Education. Among the extracurricular activities
offered, the juniors found time for declam, band,
chorus, and glee clubs, Pep Club, F. I-LA., basketball,
football, wrestling, and track. At RIGI-IT juniors Wilfred
Bittner and Stuart Heckenlaible watch as seniors Lynn
Mendel and Tom Villa test their culinary aptitude in
Bachelor Living Class .
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The sophomore class, second largest class with
forty-one students, was involved in a total of nine
subjects. Besides the two required subjects of Eng-
lish II and Biology, the sophomores took Industrial
Arts I, Home Economics II, World History, Geome-
try, Drivers' Training, German I, and Typing I.
Included in the courses was dissection of animals,
the study of the parts of speech, and at RIGHT
joey Villa utilizes the resource facilities of the
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Sophomores Enroll ln Many Elective Courses
At mid year the sophomore class
welcomed Dan Werner into the folds of
then' class, thereby increasing their
number to forty-one.
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class officers gather around
for some ping pong action.
They are Marlene Haar-Stu-
dent Council Representative,
Joey Villa-Vice President,
Gregg Graber-Student Council
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The freshmen class was involved in a
number of subjects including English I,
Algebra I, Phys. Ed., and General Science.
The material that they covered included
study of literature, applied science, home-
making, variable numbers, and the classifica-
tion of rocks and minerals. Throughout the
year the freshman class has led in the percent-
age of students on the honor rolls. An example
of the curriculum offered freshmen is found
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lar activities of FHS, such as Fl-IA, Pep Club, foot-
ball, basketball, wrestling, declam, boys' and girls
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track. Their class party, which was held the early
part of fall, was a hay ride out to Silas Kleins2sser's
farm with a small lunch immediately following. In
accord with tradition, the general science class
went on a field trip on a Wet Tuesday, April 27.
AT RIGHT the freshmen boys in Industrial Arts class
are learning how to use the various tools in the
Freshmen Have Largest Enrollment
The freshmen class was the largest class this
year with fifty-seven members, They welcomed
two new members during the year when Ruth
Werner and Randy Bruders came to join them. Due
to the over abundance of freshmen they were forc-
ed to share lockers and had two full sections of
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AT LEFT the freshman class
officers are seen going
through the lunch line. They
are Cecilia Villa-Student
Susan Waltner-Tre asurer,
Tim Villa-Student Coun-
cil Representative, Frank
FRONT Skye Hein, Larry Mehlhaff Roberta Gra Villa Coleen Dubs Kath Sch 'dt T
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ber, jane Knittel Scott Be1er Mary Jane Ries ber, Mark Gross. BACK: Brenda Becker, Collin
SECOND A B h ' '
r1e ertsc , Sharla Gross, Mary Ann Sor Klelnsasser, Myron Holzwarth, V1Cki Stahl, Cathy
ensen Bonnie Ensz, Jonetta I-lofer, Marilyn W1pf Walter, jean Lohrenz, Bob Pidde. Not pictured:
THIRD Anthony Ahrendt Paul Lohrenz, Theresa Gary Goertz,
8th Graders Study Civics
Dowden, Robert Gimbel, Charlotte Schrag, Rick
Herman, jim Merk. BACK: Wade Van Csdel, Betty
Andersen, Rhonda Massey, David Stahl, Ruth Walt
ner, Ross Ulrich. Not pictured: Colleen Ortman.
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FRONT: Nancy Kaufman, Peggy Kaufman, Irene
Holzwarth, john Stahl, Roland Svartoien, Carrie
Hofer, Geraldine I-Iofer, Steve Epp. SECOND:
Richard Schrag, Monte Waltner, Cindy Peterson,
Donice Walter, Craig Graber. THIRD: Lynette
Wollman, Colette Dubs, Beth Gerig, Stephen Men-
del, Jody Mendel, Audrey Bertsch, Kent Mueller,
Marlene Graber. BACK: Colleen Kaufman, jane
Wipf, Dale Stark, Shawn Gullickson, Loy Laber,
David jones, Donald Beier, Karen Kaus.
7th Graders Enjoy American History
FRONT: Valerie, Gunderson, Craig Walters, Stanley
Ortman, Tony Waltner, Donna Tieszen, Barbara
Schwartze, David I-Iofer. SECOND: Mike Freeman,
Tom Stahl, Debbie Miller, Daniel Thomas, Pam
Schweitzer, LuAnn Brucklacher, Debra Becker, Lee
Brockmueller. THIRD: Kevin Christensen, Kathy
Kaufman, Renee Ries, Gloria Dowden, Cynthia
Bauer, Tyrone Preheim, Peggy Weier, jay Graber.
BACK: David Gross, Debra Gering, Ranae Massey,
Keith Massey, Patricia Glanzer, Rodney Provost,
Karen Solberg, Nancy Dangel.
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FRONT: David Streyle, Gail Gunderson, Pamela Letcher, Kevin Waltner, Norm Kaufman, Caroline
Walter, Galen Barta, Cindee Broclcmueller, Lori Schaeffer, Beth I-Iofer. BACK: Tony Hofer, Skyla
Dewald. SECOND: Tonda Gross, Robbie Mutchelk- Hofer, Diane Kost, Allen Thomas, Bradley Wiens,
naus, Kim Graber, Ross Preheirn, Todd Schwader, jan Thomas.
Susan I-Ieibult. THIRD: Cynthia Wollman, Brad
6th Graders Study the History of
FRONT: Rosalie Schrag, Kevin Jensen, Sherri Koster, Barbara Waltner, John Ahrendt, Liza Wipf,
I-Ieckenlaible, Tena Graber, Pamela Plooster, Arnie Susan Guenthner, Kent Mendel, johnny Gering.
Tieszen, Charles Kramer. SECOND: Kenneth Bert- Not pictured: Charlene Ortmann, Nanette Hofer,
sch, Lori Waltner, Keith Knodel, Kraig Krehbiel, Lee Broder.
Fred Villa, Craig Stahl, Teresa Hofer. BACK: Brian
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FRONT: Lisa Graber, Clifford Huseman, Darryl Graber, Vernell Jensen, Jeffrey Kaufman, Mrs.
Dubs, Kathy Kaus, Scott Jacobson, Timmy Hofer, Kaufman. BACK: Le Anne Dangel, Jeffrey Sieck-
Kinda Hofer. SECOND: Barry Glanzer, Kristine mann, David Lohrentz, Ruby Lang, Julie Klein-
Thomas, Joni Kaufman, Colette Graber, Gwen sasser, Peggy Gering, Judy Entz.
5th Graders Take Instrumental Lessons
FRONT: Allen I-lofer, Diana Preheim, Billy Ries, Osdel, Gregg Waltner, Patricia Solberg, Marc
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Rickey Miller, Glenda Unruh, Randy Preheim. Svartoien, Elizabeth Villa, Lynda Waltner. ea
BACK: Charlotte Graber, David Thomas, Clay Van Cher: Mrs. Alice Axemaker.
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FRONT: Galen Hofer, Lisa Preheim, Randy Tooley, Brenda Jensen, Teresa Letcher, Charles Glanzer,
Becky Barta, Kim Kaufman, Dawn Schwader, Karolyn Graber. BACK: Carol Hofer, Eric Waltner,
Teresa Mutchelknaus. SECOND: Darnell Tschetter, Twila Schaeffer, Nathan Thomas, Dennis Wipf,
Lonna Preheim, Grant Gaertner, Todd Preheim, Keith Letcher, Kevin Gross. Teacher: Mrs. Verlyn
Karen Ries, janet Ries, Jill Kaufman. THIRD: Waltner, Not Pictured: Scott Stern Marlin Saner
Randy Glanzer, Kimberly Diede, Delmar Walters, , .
3rd and 4th Graders Develop Writing Skills
FRONT: Jimmy Lohrentz, Steven Miller, Keith Graber, Douglas Dubs. BACK: Barry Wiens, Joe
Kaufman, Marlaree Becker, Ricky Hofer, Cindy Freeman, john Weier, RondaLeaux Kleinsasser,
Stern, Linda Tieszen. SECOND: Darla Tschetter, Brad Stewart, Oren Stahl, Philip Thomas. Teacher:
Kathy Waltner, Joni Herman, james Unruh, Shari Mrs. Bernice Olson, Not Pictured: Stephen Ortman.
FRONT: Steven Smidt, Donald Walter, Gregg
Uecker, john Munkvold, Steven Dewald, Lewis Ven
Osdel, Lori Jacobson. SECOND: A1-lan Preheim,
Kaye Waltner, Douglas Tieszen, Connie Lang,
Melody l-Iofer, Susan Kaufman, Charles Gering.
BACK: Kimberly Duerksen, Charles Reimer, Dawn
Sweeney, Terry Graber, Mark Ortman, Claudette
Becker, Lynette Stern. Teacher: Mrs. Lillian
Znd and 3rd Graders Involved With Math
FRONT: jeffrey Walklin, Michael Jacobson,
Donna Preheim, Sharyl Kapsch, Kim I-lofer, janet
Goertz, Karen Knodel, Merrill Watson, Steven Dubs.
SECOND: Kimberly Plooster, Brian Gunderson,
Kevin Mutchelknaus, Mari Lynn Hofer, Terry Koster,
Lisa Weber, Karen Marie Zanter, julie Waltner,
Gary Lang. BACK: Michael Aman, jackie johnson,
Brian Saarie, julie Ann Walter, Sheila Preheim,
Brian Stern, Brenda Glanzer, Marlene Holzwarth,
j'oEllen Dangel. Teacher: Mrs. Darlene Schamber.
Not Pictured: Cheryl Ortmann.
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FRONT: Christine Hofer, jon Epp, Perry Hoffman,
Marilyn Hofer, Duane Walters, Bonnie Peterson,
Joette Jensen. SECOND: Brent Glanzer, Sandra Bru-
cklacher, Kenneth Preheim, Sue Kaufman, joseph
Brockmueller, Shaun Zanter, Ricky Tooley. THIRD:
Chantel Waltner, LaVette Miller, Mark Bauer,
Haylee Laber, Robert Korn, Wendy Waltner,
Paulette Holzwarth. BACK: Lisa Mueller, Bryan
Roth, Cindy Graber, David Preheim, Janice Jones,
Juli Wipf, joel Schwader. Teacher: Mrs. Garnet
1st and 2nd Graders Study New Math
FRONT: Brian Knittel, Marlys Bertsch, Kurt Ratz-
laff, Debra Ellwein, Rachel Klassen. SECOND:
Dennis Kaufman, Barry Uecker, Tony Letcher,
Amy Graber, Ronny Hofer, Lorie Preheim. BACK:
O'Dean Titze, Tammy Rechnagel, Pamela Hei-
bult, Billy Weier, Lori I-Iofer. Teacher: Mrs,
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FRONT: Juanita Villa, Cletus Wollman, Cory BACK: Kevin Knoll, Marilyn Graber, Timmy Reim-
Diede, Monica Hofer, Karla Waltner, Dennis Tool- er, Mark Gering, Steven Korn, Myles Brockmueller.
ey. SECOND: James Kaufman, Mary Andersen, Teacher: Mrs, Elvera Decker,
Susan Lohrentz, Blaine Saarie, Tamara Hofer.
Kindergarten and 'lst Graders Hold
Classes at Bethany Church
FRONT: Allen Neuharth, Christopher Andersen, SUICSY MU'CCh61kI1211S- BACK: Debbie Heibult,
James Ries, Lisa Bittner, Bernard Schwartze, Jeff Randy Goehring, Lance Broclcrnueller, Kent Becker,
Tieszen. SECOND: Anthony I-Iartzler, Lindell Jensen, Steve Herman, Jody Svartoien. Teacher: Mrs.
Amy Knoll, Marnette Ortman, Kimberly Leder, Clarice Haar.
FRONT: Brenda Pfieffer, Crystal Gering, Sandra
I-Iofer, Antonita Villa, Chris Ratzlaff, Gary Zanter.
SECOND: Rhonda Hofer, Stacy Wollrnan, Duane
Schmeichel, Kristee Becker, Kelly Kost, David
Aman. BACK: Corrine Hofer, Glenn Lang, Bonnie
Schaeffer, Mark Handel, Todd Hofer, Sheryl Wipf
Teacher: Mrs. Clarice Haar.
Kindergarten Gets First Taste of School
The Special Education department of our school has
been held at the Pine Hill Printery for thirteen years.
The students, who are divided into groups of educ-
able and trainable, learn both academic and life
skills. FRONT: Gwen Fogelman, jeffrey Lindstrom,
Debbie Miller, Arlys Heckenlaible, Karen Schoen
Wald, Duane Addy. SECOND: Randy Wieman,
Nancy Murphy, john Marshalek, Sharon Roesler,
joel Weidner, Kathy Kostboth. Teachers: Mrs.
Kathy Graber and Mrs. Erna Graber.
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FRONT: Student Manager David Epp, Student Manager
Randy Barta, Tim Villa, Kenny Andersen, Don Wipf,
Dennis Schrag, john Stark, Terry Dubs, Ted Pidde, Stu-
dent Manager Brad Christensen. MIDDLE: joey Villa,
Keith Hofer, Bob Wollmann, Frank Graber, Don Herman,
Gary Miller, Del Thomas, Gary Goertz, Mark Andersen,
Brad Gering. BACK: Coach Don Diede, Kelly Mutsch-
elknaus, Kelly Kaufman, Lynn Mendel, Don Schamber,
Gregg Graber, Mike Walter, Don Hansen, Greg Klein-
sasser, john Weier, Rick Preheim, Tom Villa, Assistant
Coach Wayne Knoll.
Flyers Never Give Up During Trying Season
This year Torn Villa and Rick Preheim ranked for the
all- conference te am.
The Flyers posted a 1-7 record in a tough season.
Winning the first game, the Flyers could not get on the
winning side again. Many of the action packed contests
were not decided until the final gun had sounded. The
Flyers admitted three opponents to the hospital and gave
underclassmen much experience.
This year the Flyers were aided by the use of Video
tape. All home games were recorded and proved to be
very valuable. Telephones were used in spotting the act-
ion. Another Flyer asset was the good weather and en-
thusiastic support of the fans.
The seasons only win was against Menno. Menno took
an early lead as the Flyers could not generate a scoring
drive. In the second quarter the hard hitting Flyers de-
fense took their toll as six Menno players left the game
because of injuries sustained in play. This opened up the
game in the second half to a 18-19 Flyer victory.
Despite a losing season the spirit of the 28 players
never lagged. The entire school showed a certain close-
ness for as Assistant Coach Erpenbach said, "There were
as many fans at the last game as there were at the first. " '
AT LEFT is pictured Rick Preheim,
Lynn Mendel, Don Schamber, Bob
Wollmann, and Tom Villa, the five
senior members of the team.
BELOW, LEFT: Mike Walters, quar-
terback, gets in a little kicking
BELOW, RIGHT: The Flyers run a
play during practice.
1970 SCOREBOARD 1970 CORNBELT CONFERENCE
Menno 1 8 19 Won Lost Ti e
Salem 46 0 Bridgewater 7 0
Hanson 38 27 Salem 6 1
Montrose 26 6 Hanson 5 2
Marion 28 26 Canistota 3 4
Emery 28 27 Montrose 2 4 1
Bridgewater 52 S Emery 2 4 1
Canistota 52 28 Marion 2 5
The 70-71 basketball season started rather slow for
the Flyers but finished strong, winning four out of their
last six games. One of the main highlights of the season
was coming home with the consolation trophy from the
District 21 Tournament.
ABOVE is the varsity basketball team. FRONT: Man-
ager Randy Wipf, Coach Ron Bennett, Manager Lynn
Mendel. BACK: Burnell Glanzer, Ted Pidde, john
Weier, Dan Herrboldt, Gregg Graber, Rick Preheim,
Mike Walter, Greg Kleinsasser, Jarvis I-Ieckenlaible,
joey Villa, Charles Aman, Bob Wollzmann.
Flyers Take Third in District
RIGHT: Burnell Glanzer was chosen All-Conference player.
Burnell led Freeman with total points and was team captain.
BELOW: The "A" team cheerleaders, chosen by popular vote
of the student body are Rhonda Stewart, Marlene Haar, Sandra
Barta, and Barb Uecker.
Flyers "B" Team Has
BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 1970-71
Hurley 53 58
West Central 69 53
Montrose 53 61
Marion 58 45
Centerville 65 49
Salem 62 47
Scotland 58 53
Menno 63 54
Tripp 75 53
Canistota 53 44
Hanson County 52 51
Irene 55 74
Bridgewater 81 57
Harrisburg 58 55
Emery 66 60
Parkston 59 36
Spencer 44 81
Avon 73 60
Menno 54 56
Viborg 49 66
DISTRICT 21 TOURNAMENT
Parker 48 44
Harrisburg 5 1 52
ABOVE: Sparking the spirit for the Flyers "B" team
were Nancy Schamber, Penny Kaufman, Garnet
Gering, Susan Waltner, Pam Stewart, and Cindy
Kleinsasser. Pictured BELOW with Coach Wayne
Knoll is the often victorious "B" team. FRONT:
Stuart Preheim, Mark Gross, David Ryl-ten, Jerry
Ortman, Randy Koerner, Bob Pidde, Bruce Glan-
zer, Tom Bertsch. BACK: Frank Graber, Don Her-
man, jeff Christensen, Gary Goertz, Dan Herr-
boldt, joey Villa, john Weier, Ted Pidde, and
This years varsity wrestling squad consisted of two Graber, Tim Villa, Randy Barta, David EPP, Glen
freshmen, four sophomores, five juniors, and one Preheim. BACK: Lynn Ulmer, Marlin Holzwarth, Don
senior. With six of last years varsity squad returning Hansen, Gary Miller, Kelly Mutchelknaus, Kelly
the team completed the season with a 7 win-5 loss Kaufman.
record. The squad was FRONT: Kenny Andersen, Todd
Four Wrestlers Are All-Conference
This year Wrestling was divided into A and B for the
first time and the District Tournaments were eliminated.
The Region III Tournament held at Wagner saw David
Epp place first, Don Hansen second, and Marlin Holz-
warth and Randy Barta fourth. These Flyers advanced to
the state tournament held at Mitchell where Don Hansen
placed fourth in the state for his weight class.
During the year awards were given for the fastest pin,
the most pins and the most takedowns. Those receiving
trophies for the honors were David Epp with a pin in six-
teen secondsg he also received the most pins numbering
fifteen. David Epp and Randy Barta tied for the most
takedowns at nineteen apiece.
PINS DECISIONS TIES FORFEITS
Glen Preheim 2 2 O O
David Epp 15 3 O O
Randy Barta 14 6 O 3
Tim Villa 5 O O 1
Todd Graber 1 1 1 0
Ken Andersen 4 3 2 O
Kelly Kaufman 4 4 O O '
Kelly Mutschelknaus 4 4 O O
Gary Miller 6 2 O O
Don Hansen 9 9 2 1
Marlin Holzwarth 2 2 2 1
Lynne Ulmer 4 3 O 2
AT RIGHT Marlin Holzwarth receives his award at the
Re ion III Tournament Pictured BELOW are the wres
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tling cheerleaders. They were chosen by popular vote
of the student body and served as "spirit-sparkers" for
both varsity and B squad matches. They are Rita Wipf
Elsie johnson, Carol Hansen, and JoAnn Schamber.
AT LEFT David Epp and Randy Barta, two of
Freeman's most valuable varsity grapplers,
practice some of their favorite wrestling holds.
1970-71 WRESTLING SCOREBOARD
Scotland 30 15
Canistota 28 23
Parkston 32 14
Marion 21 33
Springfield 20 26
Marion 13 43
Montrose 13 43
West Central 6 44
C anistota 28 23
Lennox 27 19
Parker 0 54
Hurley 10 38
ABOVE: Todd Graber assumes conuol over his ABOVE: Coach jim Erpenbach QFAR RIGHTJ watch-
opponent from Montrose, at the Cornbelt Conference es his grapplers on their Way to victory at the Beres-
Wrestling Tournament in Freeman, january 30, 1970, ford Invitational Wrestling Tournament.
Freeman Hosts Cornbelt
This year the B-Squad wrestlers participated at most Christensen, Ray Walter. BACK: David Kost, Randy
of the weekly matches. They are FRGNT: David Schweitzer, Keith Hofer, Don Wipf, Mark Andersen.
Brucklacher, Brad Gering, Andy Wipf, jim Epp, joe They were coached by Jim Erpenbach.
The 1971 boys' track team,
coached by Don Diede and As-
sistant Coach Wayne Knoll, is
del, Tom Villa, Jarvis Hecken-
laible, Rick Preheim, Burnell
Glanzer. SECOND: Joey Villa,
Don Herman, Gary Miller, '
Randy Krehbiel, Greg Klein-
sasser, Brad Christensen. THIRD
Student Manager Bob Wollman,
Greg Graber, Ted Pidde, Mike
Walter, Tim Villa, jerry Ort-
man, john Weier. BACK: Mark
Gross, jeff Christensen, David
Ryken, Bruce Glanzer, Frank
Flyers Set Nine New Track Records
The Freeman Flyers track team under Coaches Don
Diede and Wayne Knoll completed their most successful
season in recent years. Winning three track meets in a
strong Class A, they also placed high in all other track
The Flyers started their Winning streak at the Corn-
belt Conference Track Meet in Mitchell. They scored
90 points to the runner-up, Bridgewater, with 54 points.
Winning at the conference were: Tom Villa-low hurdles
Gregg Graber-discus, Rick Preheim-long jump, Ted
Pidde-pole vault, Burnell Glanzer-mile rtm, Lynn Men-
del, Jarvis I-leckenlaible, Tom Villa, and Burnell
Glanzer-two mile relay, Jerry Ortman-freshmen 100
yard dash. Many other places showed Freeman's depth
and made this Win possible.
Freeman then traveled to the Centerville Relays
and took home two relay trophies and the team trophy
over other powerful teams in a strong field. Leading by
one point going into the last event Freeman's mile re-
lay team beat their challengers to win the meet.
AT RIGHT Ted Pidde is
seen pole vaulting his Way
to victory at the Cornbelt
Track Meet in Mitchell.
AT FAR RIGHT are the
men who obtained first
places in their respective
events at the Cornbelt
Conference Meet. FRONT:
Tom Villa-180 yard low
hurdles, Burnell Glanzer-
mile run, Gregg Graber-
discus. BACK: Ted Pidde-
pole vault, jerry Ortman-
freshmen 1O0 yard dash,
Rick Preheim-long jump.
FRONT: Don Penner, Lynn Men-
Ted Pridde, ABOVE, Freeman's star pole vaulter is ABOVE, joey Villa, an active participant in relays
seen preparing for his approach. Ted captured several and individual events, showed his superior athletic ap-
first place titles at various meets and a second at the titude by placing at the regional track meet in the two
regional which entitled him to proceed to the state meet mile run and advancing to the state meet.
in Sioux Falls.
Lynn Mendel, Greg K.l9i1'1S3-SSET, I2-I'ViS Heckenlaible, Tom Villa, Burnell Glanzer, Jarvis I-Ieckenlaible,
and Tom Villa, pictured BELOW, set a new school rec- and Lynn Mendel, pictured BELOW, established new
ord for their running of the 880 yard These boys school records for the medley relay and the mile re-
also represented Freeman at the state meet. lay. Their medley relay qualified for the state finals.
Brad Christensen, ABOVE LEFT, is seen during one of the ence a.nd regional meets.
rigorous practice sessions which secured his passage to the
state meet. Rick Preheim, ABOVE RIGHT, Freeman's long jumping
senior, qualified for the state meet by placing first in the
Gregg Graber, ABOVE CENTER, represented Freeman at region-
the state track meet after successive wins at the confer-
Ten Tracksters Qualify for State Meet
The regional track meet in Mitchell, third on the list of
Freeman's conquests, saw Freeman handily beat their closest
challenger to take home a third consecutive team trophy.
Qualifying performances for the state track meet were made
by Greg Kleinsasser-first in long jump, Tom Villa-first in
low hurdles, first in medley relay, second in 880 yard and
two mile relays, Burnell Glanzer-first in the mile run, first
in medley relay and second in two mile relay, Lynn Mendel-
first in medley relay, second in 880 yard and two mile relays,
Jarvis I-leckenlaible-first in medley relay, second in 880
yard and two mile relays, Gregg Graber-second in discus
and shot put, Ted Pidde-second in pole vault, Brad Christen-
sen-second in high hurdles, Joey Villa-second in two mile
runs Freeman saw ten men entered in thirteen events.
Qualifying for the Saturday night finals were Tom Villa,
in the low hurdles. The 880 yard relay, medley relay, and
mile relay also qualified. The finals on Saturday found Free-
man's medley relay place second only one-tenth of a second
from first place and Burnell Glanzer gathered a second place
medal in the mile run. This gave Freeman ten points which
was a bit disappointing to the track team but still the highest
finish of a Freeman team in a state meet.
Setting new school records during the year were Tom
Villa-low hurdles, Brad Christensen-high hurdles, Joey Villa-
two mile run, Burnell Glanzer-mile run, Rick Preheim, Jarvis
Heckenlaible, Tom Villa, and Brad Christensen in the 440
relay, Tom Villa, Jarvis I-leckenlaible, Greg Kleinsasser, and
Lynn Mendel in the 880 relay, Lynn Mendel, Jarvis Hecken- The 1971 head track coaches, pictured ABOVE,
laible, Tom Villa and Burnell Glanzer in the medley relay and are Girls' Track Coach LaVerne Diede and Boys'
mile relay. Track Coach Don Diede. These two fine coaches
led their respective teams to many victories this
The 1971 girls' track team is FRONT: Carrie Hofer, Susan Weier, Glenda Wiens, Cindy Svartoien, Brenda
jane Wipf, Pat Gering, Karen Kaus, Marlene I-Iaar, Goertz. BACK: Cindi Plooster, Peggy Kaufman, Skye
Susan Waltner, Cecilia Villa, Elsie johnson, Theresa Hein, Colette Dubs, Roberta Graber, Mary Ann Soren-
Villa, Loy Laber, Teresa Brucklacher, ,Pam Gering, sen, Teresa Graber, Sheryl Gullickson, Mary Schaeffer,
Susan Schamber. SECOND: Student Managers Lynette Penny Kaufman, Colleen Ortman, Suzetta Ensz, and Ruth
Wiens and jan Mehlhaf, Cindy Kleinsasser, Barb Uecker, Werner.
Nancy Schamber, Donna Munkvold, Cindy Preheim,
Three Girls Advance to State Track Meet
The Freeman High track girls began their
season by attending two practice track meets
at Scotland. Mrs. Diede then led her girls to
the Cornbelt Conference Track meet at Salem,
Tyndall Relays, the regional track meet at
Tyndall, Hurley Bulldog Relays, a.nd,to the
Springfield Invitational .
The girls achieved their winning ways by a
daily routine of pushups, situps, hurdlers stance,
jumping jacks, windmill, mountain climber,
and climbing the rope.
Freeman was represented at the state meet in
Madison on May 15 by Carrie Hofer-50 yard
dash, Theresa Villa-220 yard dash, and Nancy
Schamber-440 yard dash and high jump. Nancy
also placed third in the state in high jump.
This year fourteen girls met the qualifica-
tions to letter in track. The girls had to score
in a major track meet to receive their letter.
Those lettering were Nancy Schamber, Teresa
Brucklacher, Elsie johnson, Glenda Wiens,
Brenda Goertz, Pam Gering, Marlene I-laar,
Cindy Preheim, Susan Schamber, Pat Gering,
Sue Weier, Susan Waltner, Penny Kaufman,
and Cindy Kleinsasser. Lynette Wieins and jan
Mehlhaf were the student managers-.V
Nancy Schamber, Theresa Villa, and Carrie Hofer, pictured ABOVE,
represented Freeman at the girls state track meet in Madison on
May 15, 1971.
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FRONT: Arlene Kleinsasser, Margo Graber, Sandra Barta,
Marilyn Stahl, Marilyn Wipf, Mary Preheim. SECOND:
Loa Laber, Nancy Pfeiffer, Garnet Gering, Cecilia Villa,
jeniffer Gaertner, Denise Mendel, Marion Sayler, Susan
Weier, Sheryl Gullickson. THIRD: Sharla Gross, Karen
Walters, Colleen Kaufman, Tweila Koerner, jan Van
Osdel, Sharleen Schamber, Larry Melhaf, Gary Goertz,
Bonnie Ensz, Kathy Io Walter, Barb Tschetter,
De Vandolyn Schamber, Ted Pidde, Dan Herrboldt.
BACK: jan Mendel, Vicki Stahl, Pam Stuart, Susan
Waltner, Margaret Stern, Carol I-Iansen, Linda Rechnagel,
Lorrie I-loff, Michael Walter. Not pictured: Mark Unruh
and JoAnn Schamber.
Band Increases to Ninety-Two Members
The FHS BAND, serving as a pep, marching, and
concert band, increased to 92 members. Conducting
the band for the ninth year was Mrs. Betty Mudder.
Majorette Rhonda Stewart led the marching band
for the FHS S USD I-lomecomings. Throughout the
year the band played as a pep band for wrestling and
BB tournaments, and home football and basketball
An all trombone executive committee voiced the
bands major decisions. The officers were: Pres. -
Tom Villa, Vice Pres. - Gregg Graber, Sec. -Treas. -
jan Mehlhaf, and Student Council- Kelly Mutchelknaus.
In concert the band performed at the State Fair,
Sept. 45 the Pops Concert, Oct. 25, and the annual
Competing with other Class B schools at the
Large Ensemble Contest at Mount Marty College,
the band retained a superior for the fourth year.
At the Small Ensemble Contest 24 entries com-
peted. They brought home 8 superiors, 15 excellents,
and 1 good.
FRONT: Theresa Villa, Marlene Haar, Shana Gullick-
son, Rhonda Stewart, jackie Stahl, jill Kleinsasser.
SECOND: MaryAnn Sorensen, Judy Melhaf, john Stahl,
Jody Mendel, Nancy Kaufman, Geraldine Hofer, Donice
Walter, Barb Knodel, Skye Hein. THIRD: Cindy Schmidt,
Brenda Goertz, Lynn Mendel, Rita Wipf, Monica Schrag,
Randy Barta, Penny Kaufman, David Schmidt, Brenda
Becker, jane Knittel, Teresa Graber, Cindy Kleinsasser,
RIGHT: The B- flat clarinet quartet con-
sisting of Loa Laber, Margo Graber, Garnet
Gering, and Arlene Kleinsasser received
an excellent rating at the contest in
Terry Walter. FOURTH: Don Wipf, Brad Gering, Ray
Walter, Marlin Holzwarth, Kathy Schmidt, Richard Sch-
rag, jane Wipf, Marcia Holzwarth, Kelly Mutchelknaus,
Keith I-Iofer, joey Villa, Tom Villa Gregg Graber, Jan
Mehlhaf. BACK: Barb Uecker, Coleen Dubs, Coleen
Becker, Tim Villa, Colette Dubs, joanMarie Wipf,
LEFT: Jill Kleinsasser and Arlene Kleinsasser
brought home an excellent rating from the con-
test with their woodwind duet.
ABOVE: jackie Stahl, Rhonda Stewart, Marlene Haar,
and jill Kleinsasser captured an excellent rating with
their flute quartet.
RIGHT: The fourteen member
brass choir, taking home an
excellent rating are, FRONT:
Susan Weier, Marion Sayler,
Mary Ann Sorensen, Jan Mehl-
haf. BACK: Randy Krehbiel,
Judy Melhaf, Gregg Graber,
Brenda Goertz, joan Marie
Wipf, David Schmidt, Monica
Schrag, Randy Barta, Tom
Villa. Not pictured: Mark
BELOW: The woodwind quintet, Mary Preheim,
jackie Stahl, Marion Sayler, Arlene Kleinsasser,
and Marilyn Wipf captured a good rating at the
Small Ensemble Contest.
ABOVE: The percussion ensemble was a new entry
for Freeman this year at the Small Ensemble Con-
test. Carol Hansen, Lorrie Hoff, Linda Rechnagel,
Margaret Stern, and Michael Walter received an
excellent rating for their efforts.
LEFT: Freeman's brass sextet,
jan Mehlhaf, David Schmidt,
Frank Graber, joan.Marie Wipf,
Mary Ann Sorensen, Brenda
Goertz, were awarded an ex-
cellent at the Small Ensemble
BELOW: The Cornet trio, Rand
Barta, Penny Kaufman and
David Schmidt took home an
RIGHT: Kathy Schmidt, Cindy Klein-
sasser, Terry Walter, and Barb Uecker
composed the sax quartet which re-
ceived a superior for their unique
RIGHT: The trombone quartet rated
an excellent at Vermillion, The
members included jan Mehlhaf, Gregg
Graber, joey Villa, and Keith I-Iofer.
LEFT: The French Horn Duet of
Marion Sayler and Mary Ann Sor
ensen took home an excellent
The woodwind choir, in its second
year of existence, received a super-
ior for a perfect history. Shown at
LEFT are FRONT: jackie Stahl,
Arlene Kleinsasser, jill Kleinsasser,
Marilyn Wipf, Mary Preheim, Pam
Stewart. SECOND: Terry Walter,
Barb Uecker, Garnet Gering, Margo
Graber, Susan Waltner, Sandra Barta
BACK: Cindy Kleinsasser, Nancy
Pfeiffer, Loa Laber, Kathy Schmidt.
Band Earns 4th Consecutive Superior
joanMarie Wipf, pictured at RIGHT, received the
highest distinction in instrumental music by being
selected as a member in the 160 piece All State Band.
joan auditioned with a solo, scales, sight reading, and
The majority of superior ratings were
earned by soloists. Those receiving the
highest rating were Jill Kleinsasser-piccolo,
Susan Waltner-bass clarinet, Terry Walter-
alto sax, jan Mehlhaf-trombone, and Arlene
Kleinsasser-clarinet. The soloists are FRONT
jill Kleinsasser, Mary Preheim, Terry Walter
SECOND: Arlene Kleinsasser, IoanMa.rie
Wipf, Margaret Stern, jan Mehlhaf. BACK:
Susan Walmer, David Schmidt, Barb Uecker.
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The seventy-three member mixed chorus is pictured
ABOVE. FRONT: Garnet Gering, Margaret Stern, june
Adrian, Colleen Becker, Bruce Glanzer, Brad Klein-
sasser, jim Epp, Dan Werner, Stuart Preheim, Donald
Munkvold, Randy Barta, jerry Wildermuth, Cecilia
Villa, Sandy Barta, Lucille Glanzer, Marlene Haar.
SECOND: Marilyn Stahl, Rita Wipf, jennifer Gaertner,
Monica Schrag, Denise Mendel, David Brucklacher,
Todd Graber, Tim Villa, Ted Pidde, Tom Villa,
Charles Aman, David Ryken, David Epp, Nancy Klein-
sasser, JoanMarie Wipf, Ruth Werner, Terry Walter,
Carol Hansen. TI-HRD: Margo Graber, Barb Uecker,
Mary Preheim, Nancy Pfeiffer, Marsha Ulmer, Don
Wipf, Burnell Glanzer, Jarvis Heckenlaible, Brad Chris-
tensen, Doug Brucklacher, John Weier, Joey Villa,
David Schmidt, Lynn Mendel, Lynette Wiens, jackie
Stahl, Glenda Wiens, Susan Waltner, Marion Sayler.
BACK: jan Mehlhaf, Linda Rechnagel, June Kleinsas-
ser, Cindy Kleinsasser, Shana Gullickson, Frank Graber,
Don Herman, Dan Herrboldt, Gregg Graber, Marlin
Holzwarth, Mike Walter, Greg Kleinsasser, Keith
Hofer, Randy Krehbiel, Linda Lang, Sheryl Gullick-
son, Cindy Preheim, Penny Kaufman, Carla Gross.
fNot picturedj JoAnn Schamber.
Mixed Chorus Presents Christmas Cantata
Jackie Stahl, Nancy Pfeiffer, Lynn Mendel, and Tom Villa,
pictured at LEFT, represented Freeman in the 1000 voice
All-State chorus in Rapid City on November 6 and 7. The
mixed vocal ensemble, pictured BELOW earned an excellent
rating at the small group contest in Vermillion. Its mem-
bers included FRONT: Margo Graber, JoanMarie Wipf,
jackie Stahl, Cindy Preheim. BACK: Burnell Glanzer,
Keith Hofer, David Schmidt, Lynn Mendel, and Tom Villa.
The swing choir, pictured at RIGHT, was Freeman's
newest entry in the ensemble contest. FRONT:
Nancy Pfeiffer, Greg Kleinsasser, jan Mehlhaf.
SECOND: Keith Hofer, Margo Graber, Barb Uecker,
Randy Barta. THIRD: jackie Stahl, Burnell Glanzer,
Lynn Mendel, june Kleinsasser, Tom Villa. BACK:
David Schmidt, joa.nMarie Wipf, Marion Sayler,
Gregg Graber, Monica Schrag, Cindy Preheim.
The boys' glee club, under the direction of Mrs. LeEtta
Bennett, acquired an excellent rating at the large group
contest in Yankton on April 3. FRONT: jerry Wilder-
muth, David Epp, Randy Barta, Donald Munkvold,
Stuart Preheim, Dan Werner, jim Epp, Brad Kleinsass-
er, Bruce Glanzer. SECOND: Mark Anderson, David
Ryken, Kenny Andersen, Charles Aman, Tom Villa,
Ted Pidde, Tim Villa, Todd Graber, David Brucklach-
Pictured at LEFT are those who presented a vocal
andfor piano solo. FRONT: Greg Kleinsasser, Stuart
Preheim, Terry Walter, Marilyn Stahl, IoanMarie
Wipf. SECOND: Brand Christensen, Tim Villa,
Cindy Kleinsasser, Susan Walmer, Margo Graber,
Nancy Pfeiffer. BACK: Keith Hofer, David Schmidt,
er. Tl-HRD: Lynn Mendel, David Schmidt, Joey Villa
john Weier, Douglas Brucklacher, Brad Christensen,
Scott Peterson, Jarvis I-leckenlaible, Brunell Glanzer,
Don Wipf. BACK: Randy Krehbiel, Keith Hofer, jeff
Christensen, Greg Kleinsasser, Mike Walters, Marlin
Holzwarth, Gregg Graber, Dan I-Ierrboldt, Don Her-
man, Frank Graber.
This ye ar the girls' glee presented numbers for the fall
concert, spring concert, and baccalaureate. FRONT:
Barb Tschetter, Marlene I-Iaar, Margaret Stern, June
Adrian, Anita Bittner, Sandy Barta, Margo Graber,
Cecilia Villa, Lucille Glanzer, Reyne Andersen, Jill
Kleinsasser, Garnet Gering, jan Mendel, Terry Walt-
ers. SECOND: Cindy Schmidt, Rita Wipf, Jan Van
Osdel, Charlene Preheim, Debby Gunderson, Bonnie
Hofer, Earla Wagner, Rita Andersen, Teresa Bruck-
lacher, Lorrie Hoff, Pam Gering, Marilyn Stahl,
Denise Mendel, Debbie Thomas, Barb Uecker, Carol
Hansen, Coleen Becker. THIRD: Judy Mehlhaff, joan
Marie Wipf, Debi Graber, Donna Munkvold, Glenda
Wiens, Marion Sayler, Mary Preheim, Susan Schamber,
Carla Gross, jackie Stahl, Nancy Pfeiffer, jan Mehl-
haf, Monica Schrag, Suzetta Ensz, Susan Waltner,
Sally Jorgensen, Jennifer Gaertner, Ruth Werner.
BACK: Marsha Ulmer, Penny Kaufman, julie Svartoien,
Lynette Wiens, Linda Rechnagel, Susan Weier, Sheryl
Gullickson, Linda Lang, DeVandolyn Schamber, Shana
Gullickson, Marcia Holzwarth, Nancy Schamber, Mary
Schaeffer, Cindy Kleinsasser, Diane Christensen, June
Kleinsasser, Cindy Preheim, Cindi Svartoien, Barb
ABOVE LEFT the boys ensemble rehearses. FRONT:
Randy Barta, Tom Villa, Charles Aman. BACK: Gregg
Graber, Greg Kleinsasser, Keith I-Iofer, Tim Villa,
David Schmidt, Burnell Glanzer, Lynn Mendel, Stuart
Preheim. ABOVE are the accompanists for the choruses,
David Schmidt, joanMarie Wipf, and Terry Walters.
BELOW RIGHT: the girls ensemble Who received a
superior at the contest are FRONT: Nancy Pfeiffer,
JoanMarie Wipf. SECOND: Margo Graber, Barb Uecl-cer,
Monica Schrag. BACK: jan Mehlhaf, June Kleinsasser,
Marion Sayler, jackie Stahl.
Sandra and Rick Are Chosen to Reign
Sandra Barta and Rick Preheim were crowned royalty
Thursday evening, October 1, at the Freeman High
School Coronation activities. They were crowned by Ted
Hofer and Karon Uecker. Greg Kleinsasser, Master of
Ceremonies, and David Schmidt, who played the pro-
cessional, were chosen by the seniors.
Margo Graber, accompanied by the Freeman High
School band, sang the royalty song and Kelly Mutchelk-
naus, student council representative, presented the girls
The program was activated with skits furnished by
the high school classes and organizations. Introduction of
the football team by Coach Don Diede was followed by
a brief pep meeting led by the cheerleaders. A bonfire
and snake dance with all the fired up fans concluded the
Pictured above is the 1970 Royalty Court. They are,
LEFT, crownbearer Cletus Wollman, trainbearer Brian
Knittle, Bob Wollman, Tom Villa, King Rick Preheim,
Queen Sandra Barta, June Kleinsasser, Carol Hansen,
trainbearer Jody Svartoien, and crownbearer Antonita
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Floats Follow Parade
Theme This Year
The Student Council of FHS initiated a new way of
doing things for the 1970 Homecoming. They selected
"Challenge of the '70's" as a homecoming theme, and
as another first, A. V. Tieszen as Parade Marshall.
Another change made in this year's parade was the
method of judging floats. Four judges were instructed
to select only two floats for each division. ln the High
School Division, the senior float, pictured LOWER
LEFT, placed first with the theme "lt's Time To Get
It All Together, Brother", while the freshmen took
second. The eighth grade captured first in the Grade
Division with "Simon Says, 'Victory for Freeman"',
leaving second to the seventh grade. The open Div-
ision found the Boy Scouts reeling in first with "To-
night's Menu: Roast Bear with lots of Pep'er, with
Victory Pie", and the band placing second.
That night after a hard fought first half, the Fly-
ers led the Marion Bears by three points. With eight
seconds left in the game, Marion scored downing the
At TOP LEFT, the freshmen are seen working on
their float. At RIGHT CENTER, Mrs. Betty Mudder,
Carol Hansen, and julie Svartoien put the finishing
touches on the senior float. At LOWER RIGHT, Queen
Sandra hands King Rick the football to start the
The senior members of the
National Honor Society and
their advisors are pictured at
RIGHT. FRONT: Sandra Barta,
Vice-President Rita Wipf,
Advisor Judith Headley, Advisor
Ron Bennett, Treasurer Holly
Wrenn, jackie Stahl, Secretary
Marion Sayler. BACK: Linda
Rechnagel, Don Penner, Presi-
dent Burnell Glanzer.
The faculty chose two seniors
whom they pointed deserving
to be the recipients of the Pat
Hofer Memorial Scholarship.
Burnell Glanzer and jackie
Stahl, both college bound
students, were awarded the
two hundred and fifty dollar
ational Honor Society Builds Scholarship Fund
A product of the many N.l-I. S. breakfast meetings was a candle
light inductions service in the fall. At that time those juniors and
seniors displaying outstanding characteristics of leadership, scholar-
ship, character, and service were admitted to the society. Those
inducted were senior-Linda Rechnagel, juniors-Reyne Andersen
Rita Andersen, Teresa Brucklacher, Garnet Gering, Margo Graber,
Greg Kleinsasser, jan Mehlhaf, Monica Schrag, Marilyn Stahl,
Margaret Stern, Rhonda Stewart, Barb Uecker, and Terry Walter.
The National Honor Society was in charge of organizing the school
carnival and the members were also enlisted to aid underclassmen
with many of their academic difficulties.
ABOVE, Marion Sayler aides Barb Tschetter
with her Algebra Il.
AT LEFT are the junior members of the
honor society. FRONT: Terry Walter,
Marilyn Stahl, Gregg Kleinsasser, Margaret
Stern, Garnet Gering. SECOND: Rhonda
Stewart, Monica Schrag, Margo Graber,
Reyne Andersen, Teresa Brucklacher.
BACK: Rita Andersen, Barb Uecker. Not
pictured: Jan Mehlhaf.
AT RIGHT is a sampling of the large crowd.
Public School Carnival
Draws Large Crowd
The high school gym was the scene of the
Freeman Public School Carnival on November
13, The jail, basketball throw, fortune tellers,
fish pond, cake walk, bingo, spookhouse, and
the tasting booth were the atb-actions which
drew the large crowd.
The spookhouse, which was highlighted by
ghost Rita Wipf and deadman Don Schamber,
drew a large crowd of children and very brave
high school students all evening.
The jail was a favorite place to have ones
teacher or friends, placed after paying off the
sheriff for ten cents.
Students of the National Honor Society and
their advisors were responsible for formulating
the plans and coordinating the work. The stu-
dent body, on a volunteer basis, built all the
booths and readied the gym in only three hours.
Advance tickets were sold by the grade
school which totaled 3345. The total amount
of 51100, raised atthe carnival was divided
among the different school organizations.
Pictured at TOP LEFT are the carnival
royalty. In BACK are Queen jane Wipf and
King Kevin Christensen. Posing in FRONT are
Princess Lisa Mueller and Prince Ion Epp.
At the tasting booth stands Mike Walters,
Marlene Haar, and Nancy Schamber.
At LEFT the Student Council
gathers in the library for one
of their frequent meetings.
They are FRONT: Marlene
Haar, Barb Uecker, Cecilia
Villa, Maurita Kaufman.
BACK: Jarvis Heckenlaible,
Tom Villa, Brenda Goertz,
Gregg Graber, Tim Villa,
Kelly Mutchelknuas, Presiden
Bob Wollmann, Dave Epp.
Student Council Aides Liberalization
of Dress Code
The Student Council made several improvements
throughout the year at Freeman High School. They
established a student lounge for the students during their
free periods. The lounge, equipped with stereo FMXAM
radio, was enjoyed for only a short time because it was
revoked by the administration due to misusage by some
of the students.
The council did, however, install a permanent lib-
eralization in the dress code allowing girls to wear slacks
and pantsuits. This privilege came about during the cold
weather and continued into the spring months because of
At Christmas the Student Council collected money
for the carpeting in the then existent lounge and were
host to a Christmas party in the gym. The classes each
gave a skit and the entire student body was treated to pop
and popcorn ball.
ABOVE the Cold Rolled Steel are seen playing for
the Homecoming dance. At LEFT some of the high
school students dance at the V. F. W. after a football
The fifty-four member group of
teachers aides includes FRONT:
Barb Uecker, Holly Wrenn,
Julie Svartoien, Marion Sayler,
Sandra Barta, Jackie Stahl, Bob
Wollmann, Jarvis I-leckenlaible,
Burnell Glanzer. SECOND:
Stuart Heckenlaible, Donna
Munkvold, Bonnie Hofer,
Suzetta Ensz, Elsie Johnson,
Diane Christensen, Arlene
Kleinsasser, Pat Gering, David
Schmidt. THIRD: Marsha Ul-
mer, jerry Hofer, john Weier,
Barb Tschetter, De Vandolyn
Schamber, Sheryl Gullickson,
Earla Wagner, Reyne Andersen,
Tom Villa, Don Penner. FOUR-
TH: joanMarie Wipf, Tim Villa,
Maurita Kaufman, june Klein-
sasser, Greg Kleinsasser, Cindy
Kleinsasser, Karen Walter,
jenniffer Gaertner, Cecilia
Villa. FIFTH: Linda Rechnagel
Carla Gross, Terry Walter,
Brenda Goertz, Mary Preheim,
Loa Laber, Margaret Stern,
Garnet Gering, Marilyn Stahl.
BACK: Denise Mendel, Debbie
Gunderson, Debi Graber, Susan
Waltner, Rita Wipf, Carol Han-
sen, Donald Schamber, Lynne
to Assist Faculty
Freeman High School's teacher aides
have been a valuable asset to the system
throughout the year. The students perform
many time consuming chores for the var-
ious teachers. Some of the aides corrected
tests or typed them along with numberous
work sheets and other classroom handouts.
The more technical minded students lent
their skills in the department of audio-
visual equipment in the operation of cassett
tape recorders, overhead projectors, film
projectors and closed circuit television
camera. The physical education teachers
kept their helpers busy by having them
supervise games of basketball, soccer, soft-
ball and recording statistics for physical
Monitoring classrooms for grade teach-
ers took a student with a special kind of
patience. Rick Preheim, TOP LEFT, moni-
tors one of the grade rooms. AT LEFT
Coleen Becker, Anita Bittner, and aide
Donna Munkvold caucus over a geometry
The F-Club, an elite athletic group of Free-
man High School, was very active this year. A-
long with the FHA they helped to sponsor a
Sweethearts Ball with music by the Odyssey.
New members, Todd Graber, Dan Herrboldt,
Charles Aman, Don Herman, John Stark, John
Weier, Jerry Ortman, and Tim Villa, were initi-
ated on May 17 by having to spend the entire day
humorously attired. To become a member there
are certain requirements to be met, such as:
eight quarters of varsity football, sixteen quarters of
of varsity basketball, three points at any invita-
tional track meet, or eighteen points throughout
the wrestling season, and student managers must
manage two sports.
This years letterman pictured at RIGHT are
FRONT: Kelly Kaufman, Vice President Marcus
Preheim, David Epp, Randy Barta, Kelly Mutsch-
elknaus, Randy Krehbiel. SECOND: Mike Walt-
ers, Ted Pidde, Greg Kleinsasser, Brad Christen-
sen, Don Hansen, Marlin Holzwarth. Tl-HRD:
Gregg Graber, President Rick Preheim, Burnell
Glanzer, Secretary Jarvis Heckenlaible, Trea-
surer Bob Wollmann, Joey Villa, Dell Thomas.
BACK: Lynn Mendel, Lynne Ulmer, Student
Council Representative Tom Villa, Don Penner,
Jerry Hofer, Donald Schamber.
Jarvis Heckenlaible and Burnell Glanzer, pictur-
ed at LEFT, were Freeman High School's two part-
icipating representatives at the Freeman Academy
Invitational Track Meet and at the Lennox Invita-
tional. Freeman never placed with team points be-
cause it takes four runners and Burnell, Jarvis, and
Joey Villa were the only boys involved in cross-
country track this year for it is still not organized
at Freeman. Burnell won the Freeman Academy
Invitational and placed third at the Lennox meet.
On October 30, 1970, Burnell Glanzer and Joey
Villa traveled to Brookings to run in the State Cross-
Country meet on the Brookings Municipal Golf
Course. With over two hundred athletes running the
2. 2 mile course, Burnell Glanzer placed seventh
and Joey Villa a respectable fifty-two. Ron Bennett
was the cross-country coach for the boys and their
source of transportation.
The Pep Club, which this year
increased its membership by
100lXs from last year, is pictured
at LEFT. FRONT: Garnet Gering,
Sandra Barta, Rhonda Stewart,
Barb Uecker, Marlene I-laar,
Rita Wipf, Carol Hansen, Susan
Waltner. SECOND: Penny Kauf-
man, Margaret Stern, Glenda
Wiens, Loa Laber, Margo Grab-
er, Marilyn Stahl, jan Mehlhaf,
Elsie Johnson, Pam Stewart.
TI-HRD: Nancy Scahmber, Holly
Wrenn, Anita Bittner, Terry
Walter, jennifer Gaertner,
Karen Walter, Lorrie Hoff,
Debbie Thomas, Reyne Ander-
sen, Cindy Kleinsasser. FOUR-
TH: joey Villa, Mike Walters,
Linda Rechnagel, Monica
Schrag, Mary Preheim, jackie
Stahl, Brenda Goertz, Barb
Knodel, Diane Christensen,
Susan Weier. BACK: Dan Herr-
boldt, Gregg Graber, Shana
Gullickson, Don Schamber,
Nancy Pfeiffer, Tim Villa,
Greg, Kleinsasser, Ted Pidde,
Tom Villa, Cecilia Villa. fNot
picturedj JoAnn Schamber.
Pep Club Sponsors Poster Contest
This year the Pep Club sponsored a "pep" poster
contest. The posters, all larger than 6x1O, were
hung in the gym for judging. The judges were sel-
ected from the faculty and awarded the first prize of
three dollars to Sandra Barta, Carol Hansen, Linda
Rechnagel, and Rita Wipf for their poster "When
the Going Gets Tough the Tough Get Going" made
of white vinyl leather and pink foil. Second and
third prizes of two dollars and one dollar were a-
warded to the "A" team cheerleaders, Garnet Ger-
ing and Margo Graber, respectively.
The Pep Club made maroon stop signs with the
caption "Flyers Don't Stop" for the observance of
Maroon and White Day. The basketball players
wore shirt banners with their names and "Flyers"
inscribed on them.
Over half of the clubs members lettered this
year. To letter one must accumulate SOM of all the
possible points. Two points were earned for attend-
ance at each wrestling match and away basketball
and football games. Home football and basketball
games accounted for one point.
The clubs' new outfits of maroon pant skirts and
vests worn with a white top were mandatory attire
for all home wrestling and basketball games. The
outfits were also worn to all the tournaments.
Marlene I-laar, "A" team cheerleader pictured
BELOW, leads the Flyer fans in a cheer at the
Sioux Falls Arena during District 21 Tourna-
The MAROON AND WHITE, a monthly newspaper
published by the students of Freeman High School, has
a circulation of 275 copies which includes over 180
students, and a number of teachers, school employees,
mail orders, and exchanges.
The staff, pictured ABOVE is FRONT: Joan Marie Wipf,
Kelly Mutchellcnaus, Reyne Andersen, Sandra Barta,
Julie Svartoien, Marion Sayler, Margaret Stern,
Marilyn Stahl, Karen Walter, Carol Hansen, and
Arlene Kleinsasser, BACK: Cartoonist Linda Rechnagel,
Holly Wrenn, Elsie johnson, joey Villa, Diane Christ-
ensen, Nancy Pfeiffer, June Kleinsasser, Mark Unruh,
Barb Uecker, Nancy Kleinsasser, and Burnell Glanzer.
Maroon and White Profiles FHS Monthly
we 'N T was
One of the highlights for
the staff Was when they went
to Brookings, South Dakota
along with Advisor Ted Ell-
inger and received an All-
State rating by the South
Dakota High School Press
Association. This was the
eighteenth time and thir-
teenth year in a row that it
received the award.
Pictured AT LEFT is the
editorial staff: junior Editor
Terry Walter, Business Man-
ager David Epp, Photographer
Greg Kleinsasser, Feature
Editor Tom Villa, and
The FLYETTE editing staff, pictured
AT RIGHT, included FRONT: junior
Editor Arlene Kleinsasser, Co-Editor
Holly Wrenn, Co-Editor Linda Rech-
nagel, Typist Carol Hansen, junior Edi-
torjan Mehlhaf. BACK: Business Man-
agers joanMarie Wipf and joey Villa.
These diligent staff members worked
furiously throughout the year to meet
their three deadlines. The basic outline
of the work began when the editors
attended a Week long institute at South
Dakota State University in Brookings for
yearbook editors. They learned correct
methods for making layouts and Writing
and editing copy.
Photography for the FLYETTE was
handled by Al's Studio, Alvin Mudder,
Don Gering and a few amateur photog-
raphers Within the school.
Flyette Reflects Daily
Routine at F.H.S.
istic view of Freeman High School by showing the studenis
and teachers in the daily activities. The FLYETTE has
stressed informality and emphasis on the educational side of
life in school.
AT LEFT Co-Editor Holly Wrenn searches through the kit
for an ever absent pencil.
The staff reporters pictured BELOW are FRONT: Cecilia
Villa, Sandra Barta, Marion Sayler, Julie Svartoien, Carla
Gross, Barb Uecker, june Kleinsasser, Nancy Kleinsasser,
, Terry Walter. SECOND: Elsie johnson, Reyne Andersen,
' Karen Walter, Rita Wipf, Margo Graber, Debbi Gunderson,
This year the FLYETTE has endeavored to present a re al-
Margaret Stern, David Epp, Maurita Kaufman, jackie Stahl.
BACK: Diane Christensen, David Schmidt, Tom Villa, Mar
Unruh, Greg Kleinsasser, Marilyn Stahl, Brunell Glanzer.
' The Freeman Chapter of the Future Homemakers of
America and their advisor is pictured at RIGHT:
FRONT: Song Leaders Shana Gullickson and Denise
H.A. Hosts Style Show
The Future Homemakers had an activity planned for
each month. Several speakers were present at the monthly
meetings. Among them were a minister, home decorator,
and a Registered Nurse.
For the December meeting the girls went caroling at
the hospital, Salem Home for the Aged, and at the homes
of several elderly people. The March activity brought the
Odyssey to town for the Sweethearts Ball jointly sponsored
by the F Club.
The girls had a candy sale, a lunch stand at a farm
sale, an Easter party, a "Daddy Date" night, and a
style show in May, at which time the junior Degrees were
given and the new officers were inducted for the coming
AT RIGHT the F. H. A. girls are seen working on their
style show, "Underwater Fantasy".
Mendel, Historian Debbie Gunderson, Vice President
Carla Gross, President Marion Sayler, Secretary Lucilli
Glanzer, Recreation Leader Anita Bittner, Parlia-
mentarian julie Svartoien, Reporters Ian Mendel, and
Donna Munkvold. SECOND: Judy Mehlhaf, Lorrie Hoff,
Cindy Kleinsasser, Karen Walter, Elsie johnson, Diane
Christensen, Earla Wagner, Sheryl Gullickson, Lynette
Wiens. THIRD: jill Kleinsasser, Bonnie Hofer, Suzetta
Ensz, Marcia Holzwarth, Karen Pullman, janet Walter,
Debi Graber, Reyne Andersen, Kathy Itrich. FOURTH:
Cheryl Miller, Cindy Svartoien, Linda Lang, Barb
Knodel, Mary Schaeffer, Cindy Preheim, Jan Van
Osdel, Marilyn Koerner, Arlene Kleinsasser. BACK:
Barb Tschetter, DeVandolyn Schamber, Sally Jorgen-
sen, Teresa Brucklacher, Rita Andersen, Sharlene
Schamber, Advisor Ellyn Eddy.
julie Svartoien, AT LEFT, an F. H. S. senior,
placed third at the Region F. H. A. Beef Cookoff
Contest in Lennox on April 15, 1971 .
julie, after competing in the local Beef Cook
Off Contest, was chosen to represent Freeman in
the subregional contests where she received first
place. Then went on to the regional to win third
place and five dollars.
The major contest requirement was a two-
pound chuck roast prepared any way desired, within
two hours. The final dish was judged on appearance,
cut of meat, garnish, originality of recipe and
Pictured at LEFT after their suc-
cessful production are FRONT:
Marilyn Stahl-Diane Brisbane,
David Epp-Boniface Brighton, Margo
Graber-Juliet Brighton, Garnet Ger-
ing-Roxy Roth, Arlene Kleinsasser-
Iobyrna, BACK: Bradley Christensen-
Graham Dawson, Rhonda Stewart-
Wendy Brighton, Greg Kleinsasser-
Steve Caldwell, Terry Walter-Etta
Pye, David Schmidt- Don Overton,
and Barb Uecker-Serena Vigilante.
Others helping in the production
were: Loa Laber, Mark Unruh,
Reyne Andersen, Monica Schrag,
Earla Wagner, Glenda Wiens,
Randy Krehbiel, Margaret Stern,
Rita Andersen, Randy Barta, Teresa
Bruchlacher, Pam Gering, Stuart
Heckenlaible, jerry Hofer, Marlin
Holzworth, Sally Jorgensen, Darrel
Koerner, Dale Neuharth, Dan Van
Osdel, Don Hansen, Kelly Muts-
celknaus, DeVandolyn Schamber,
Barb Tschetter, and Marsha Ulmer.
juniors Present Mystery Comedy
The junior class presented the play, "Mystery, Mayhem,
and Murder, " on November 5, 1970. This Three-act mystery
comedy was directed by Mrs. Diane Ellinger, who was assisted
by joan Marie Wipf.
"Mystery, Mayhem, and Murder, " written by Jed Parrish,
deals with the problems Mr., and Mrs. Brighton and Wendy
have when they arrive at their summer home. After many ex-
citing episodes, the mystery is solved by Steve Caldwell,
Greg Kleinsasser, representing the class, presented Mrs.
Ellinger with an arrangement of cut roses at the intermission.
LEFT: Juliet commands Boniface out from his hiding
Juniors Garnet Gering and Margo Graber hurriedly dec-
orate the floral archway. The juniors were not allotted
the usual week to prepare their banquet because the gym
was occupied by the senior play for two days.
Master of Ceremonies Randy Barta gives his welcoming
address as soloist joanMarie Wipf looks on.
"May Day" I5 Banquet Theme '
The annual junior-senior banquet and prom was held
Saturday, May 1, at 6:30 p.m. in the high school gym.
The theme chosen this ye ar by the juniors was "May Day. "
The gym was decorated in pastel colors with a maypole
in the center, and a bubbling water fountain and wishing
well adorned either side of the room.
The banquet, catered by the El Trio Catering Service
of Sioux City, Iowa, consisted of turkey, dressing, baked
potatoes, greenbeans, salad and ice cream. Dinner music
was provided by Cindy Preheim on the organ playing
many popular songs.
Following the meal Randy Barta was Master of Cere-
monies for a short program featuring Don Diede as guest
speaker. Mr. Diede received a standing ovation from the
audience. Burnell Glanzer, senior class president, also
gave a short speech in which he thanked the juniors for
the beautiful evening prepared by them for the seniors.
The twelve freshmen waiters and waitresses favored the
guests with a short, original skit. joanMarie Wipf sang
two selections including the theme from "Love Story".
The waiters and waitresses, pictured BELOW, are
FRONT: Ruth Werner, Susan Waltner, Pam Stewart,
jeniffer Gaertner, Mary Preheim. BACK: john Weier,
Glen Preheirn, Stuart Preheim, Cindy Kleinsasser, jeff
Christensen, jerry Ortman, Frank Graber.
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Don Diede, guest speaker pictured BELOW, is seen
giving his admittedly unprepared speech as his wife,
LaVerne Diede, and LeEtta Bennett listen. BOTTOM:
Burnell Glanzer, flanked by Mr. and Mrs. Bennett and
Reyne Andersen, gives his thanks to the juniors.
xciting Atmosphere for
Barb Uecker and jan Mehlhaf, pictured ABOVE,
are seen paying a visit to the combination
punch bowl and wishing well.
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bennett, BELOW RIGHT,
were almost continuous dance floor fixtures
from 9:30 to 11:45.
TOP: The "Tensions" played for the prom following the
banquet. The entire high school was invited to the
ABOVE: The students dance to a slow one in the ro-
mantic setting of "May Day".
The cast and their directors, pictured ABOVE just
before the curtain on their final performance, is
FRONT: Rita Wipf-Mrs. Van Daan, Holly Wrenn, Mrs.
Frank, Bob Wollmann-Mr. Frank, jackie Stahl-Anne
Frank, Carol Hansen-Margot Frank. SECOND: Lynn
Mendel-Mr. Kraler, Jarvis Heckenlaible-Mr. Dussel,
Tom Villa-Peter Van Daan, Burnell Glanzer-Mr. Van
Daan, Marion Sayler-Miep. BACK: Director Donald
Hoffman, Assistant Director Roslyn Pankratz. A cast
member not pictured is Peter's cat Mouschi who was
played by Linda Rechnagel's Aquarius.
Seniors Present "Diary of Anne Frank"
"The Diary of Anne Frank", a two act play adapted
by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett from the book
ANNE FRANK: DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL, was pre-
sented by the senior class of Freeman High School on
April 26 and 27.
The two act drama concerns the true story of a
thirteen year old jewish girl, her family, and one
other jewish family as they hide from the Nazis in
Amsterdam during World War Il.
AT LEFT Anne, jackie Stahl, gives Mr. Dussel,
Jarvis Heckenlaible, a pair of ear plugs for his Hanuk-
kah present. He is shown having some trouble remov-
ing them from his ear for they went inside.
The directors, Donald Hoffman and Roslyn Pa.n.kratz,
were students from Freeman junior College. They were
presented with gift certificates from the class at inter-
mission of the final night.
Seniors Enact Drama
With Excellence -
Draw Large Crowd
The success of the play was greatly due to the
many industrious committee members. The com-
mittees were lighting-Andy Dziadek, Lynne Ulmer,
Don Penner, Douglas Brucklacher, and Donald
Schamberg Sound Effects-Lynne Ulmer, Donald
Schamber, and Douglas Brucklacherg Publicity-
Linda Rechnagel, Maurita Kaufman, and Lucille
Glanzer, Stage Construction-Lynne Ulmer, Donald
Schamber, Rita Wipf, Sharlene Schamber, and
Holly Wrenng Mark Up-Nancy Pfeiffer, and june
Kleinsasserg Prompters-julie Svartoien and Nancy
AT RIGHT Mrs. Frank, Holly Wrenn, is comforted
by her daughter Margot, Carol Hansen, after she
was rejected by Anne.
The scene BELOW shows the cast celebrating Hanuk- bottle of shampoo for her Hanukkah present. Mrs.
kah in one ofthe most festive and joyous segments of Frank, Holly Wrenn, and Mr. Dussel, Iarvis Hecken-
the production. Peter, Tom Villa, watches as Anne, laible, chat over the kitchen table as they wait for
jackie Stahl, gives Mrs. Van Daan, Rita Wipf, a their gifts.
ABOVE: Freeman's four local winners, Rita Wipf, Holly Wrenn,
Marion Sayler, and jackie Stahl went on to compete at the district
declam contest in Viborg in October. After receiving superiors at
the district contest Marion Sayler and jackie Stahl competed at
the regional contest in Sioux Falls at Augustana College.
RIGHT: Jackie Stahl, after winning in the district and regional
contests went on to state competition with her poetry selection
from "Spoon River Anthology. "
Four Seniors Capture District Trophy
Thirteen students participated
in declam. Arlene Kleinsasser,
Terry Walter, Marilyn Stahl and
joan Marie Wipf were selected by
Virgil Petrik of Southern State
College to attend a contest for
second place winners at SSC where
Marilyn entered final competition.
Pictured at LEFT are the 1970
declamation entrants. Arlene
Kleinsasser, Terry Walter, Marilyn
Stahl, jackie Stahl, Margaret
Stern, Rita Wipf, Marion Sayler,
julie Svartoien, Marilyn Koerner,
Terry Dubs, Mary Schaeffer, joan
Marie Wipf, and Holly Wrenn.
Calendar of Events
H.S. 166, all grades 479
Band played at State Fair
Football, Menno 18, FHS 19
Football, Salem 46, FHS 0
Ping-pong pictures taken
Football, Hanson 38, FHS 27
Parade, football game,
fMarion 22, FHS 20, and dance
Publications staffs attended
N. H. S. induction ceremony
Seniors took GATB tests in
Senior pictures taken
Football, Emery 28, FHS 27
Freshmen and juniors took ITED
Football, Bridgewater 54, FHS 6
Seniors took ACT at Yankton
Band marched at USD
Local declam contest
Football, Canistota 48, FHS 28
Seniors attended SDSU Senior Day
"Back to School Night"
Cross-Country at Brookings
junior Class Play "Mystery,
Mayhem and Murder"
Nine seniors attended All State
Chorus in Rapid City
F. H. A. "Daddy Date Night"
Assembly program on drug abuse
Seniors attended Career Day at
Division I Declam Contest
State Declam Contest
Augustana Band Festival
Basketball, Hurley 53, FHS 58
Thanksgiving vac ation
Wrestling, Scotland 32, FHS 58
Basketball, West Central 69,
Basketball, Montrose 53, FHS 61
Wrestling, Canistota 28, FHS 23
Basketball, Marion 58, FHS 45
Snow Queen Contest and ACT at
F.J. C .
FLYETTE sales begin
Basketball, Centerville 65, FHS
Wrestling, Parkston 32, FHS 14
Wrestling, Marion 28, FHS 16
Basketball, Salem 62, FHS 47
High school Christmas program
High school Christmas party
Christmas vacation began
Basketball, Scotland 58, FHS 53
Wrestling, Springfield 31, FHS 18
Christmas vacation ended
I anu ary
I anu ary
I anu ary
J anu ary
County Tournament at Mitchell
Wrestling, Marion 13, FHS 43
Wrestling, Montrose 13, FHS 43
Basketball, Canistota 53, FHS 44
FLYETTE sales ended
Beresford Wrestling Tournament
Wrestling, West Central 6, FHS 44
Wrestling, Canistota 28, FHS 23
Basketball, Hanson 52, FHS 51
All-State Band auditions
Wrestling, Lennox 27, FHS 19
Basketball, Irene 55, FHS 74
Basketball, Bridgewater 81, FHS
Cornbelt Conference Wrestling
Tournament at Freeman
Wrestling, Parker O, FHS 54
Basketball, Harrisburg 58, FHS 55
Basketball, Emery 66, FHS 60
Wrestling, Hurley 10, FHS 39
Basketball, Parkston 59, FHS 36
Vocal solo and ensemble
contest in Vermillion
Basketball, Spencer 44, FHS 81
Regional Wrestling Tournament
Basketball, Avon 73, FHS 66
S. B. C. hotline
Basketball, Menno 54, FHS 56
S. B. C. hotline
Instrumental solo and ensemble
S. B. C. Hotline
No school due to snow
State "B" wrestling Tournament
Basketball, Viborg 49, FHS 66
District 21 Basketball Tournament
at Sioux Falls Arena
"Maroon and White Day"
Seniors observed legislature in
Open campus privileges began
A. A. U. Wrestling Tournament
Mixed chorus attended Cornbelt
Vocal Festival in Mitchell
No school due to snow
No school due to snow
Large Group Contest in Yankton
Region IV F. H. A. meeting
Senior Class Play "The Diary of
junior-Senior banquet and prom
Conference Track Meet fBoysj
Regional Track Meet fGirlsl
Track meet at Centerville fBoysj
F. H. A. Style Show
Regional Track Meet fBoysj
State Track Meet fGirlsj in
State Track Meet fBoysj in Sioux
Commencement for 30 seniors
Leading the events that concluded with gradua-
tion, was an afternoon dedicated to the individual
achievements of the student body known as Awards
Day. In conjunction with the presentation of the
awards, the seniors read the class facts, class his-
tory, class poem, and the class will, all written
and originated by members of the honored class.
Approximately 213 of the class received awards for
their individual achievement. At five o'clock that
evening, the senior class left the school for Sioux
Falls and a "skip evening. " The class and their
four advisors ate a smor asbord meal at the Norman-
dy, and then divided to see two movies. After a
most enjoyable evening, the bus ride home ended
the day of May 19, a day to be remembered.
Baccalaureate services for the graduating class
of 1971 were held on the following Sunday, May 23.
The services were conducted by the Reverend Peter
Tschetter of the Neu Hutterthal Church. Reverend
Tschetter told the class of thirty seniors about var-
ious men throughout the history who dared to be
different and were called fools, but in the end con-
tributed greatly to humanity and the development of
Pictured ABOVE RIGI-IT, Linda Rechnagel presented
a speech as one of the graduating class.
BELOW LEFT, Marcus Preheim received his diploma
from Mr. Ron Bennettg and Monica Schrag and Greg
Kleinsasser, RIGHT, led the graduating class to the
Thirty Seniors Receive Diplomas
The big night for the 1971 graduating
class of Freeman High School came on
May 24. Commencement exercises were
held for thirty seniors in the high school gym
with six seniors giving the addresses. Carol
Hansen, Linda Rechnagel, jackie Stahl,
Tom Villa, Rita Wipf, and Holly Wrenn
spoke on various topics such as tradition, an
outlook for the future, use of talents, and
living every day of our lives fullly. One stu-
dent also thanked the community, teachers,
and parents for their help and support.
Among the graduating seniors were eight
honor society students. Don Penner was
named the top ranking student and Burnell
Glanzer was the second highest ranking. Mr.
Bennett announced on stage that the S300
Honor Society Scholarship would be divided
between Burnell Glanzer and jackie Stahl for
their outstanding leadership and service.
The stage was decorated in lavender and
yellow, the class colors. The class motto
was hung at the back of the stage, "Human-
ity with all it's fears, With'all it's hope of
future years, Is hanging breathless on our
AT TOP LEFT, Tom Villa, student speaker,
addresses the Commencement audience.
TOP RIGHT, Donald Schamber is con-
gratulated by Barb Tschetter. AT LEFT, the
seniors and some friends offer their tearful
congratulations and goodbyes.
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A special award went to Julie Svartoien,
FAR LEFT, for perfect attendance. julie
managed to maintain perfect attendance
throughout all of her four years at Freeman
High School. Arlene Kleinsasser, LEFT, a
junior, received the 1971 Crisco award for
her outstanding accomplishments in home
economics this year.
Awards Day Recognizes Achievements
The combination Awards Day and Class Day at Freeman High
School was observed in the high school gym on May 19. The after-
noon activities began with a welcome address by senior Tom Villa.
Following several of Tom's "junior" jokes Rita Wipf read the Class
History, written by Sharleen Schamber.
Mrs. Betty Mudder, assisted by Mrs. LeEtta Bennett, presented
the music awards and letters. Receiving letters were thirteen seniors,
fifteen juniors, one sophomore, and eight freshmen.
Immediately following the music awards Sandra Barta and Holly
Wrenn recited the class facts. The class facts included such vital
factors as the entire height and weight of the class and lists of their
Mrs. Renee Huenemann awarded those who had participated in
declam with certificates and medals, Mr. Bennett recognized those
students who throughout the year had maintained perfect attendance.
Mr. Bennett also announced the 1971 class valedictorian, Don
Penner, and salutatorian, Burnell Glanzer. Burnell Glanzer was also
awarded the Reader's Digest Award for outstanding academic
achievement, leadership, and citizenship. '
Mrs. Ellyn Eddy presented the 1971 Crisco Award to the student
who showed the most outstanding accomplishments in home econom-
ics throughout the school year. Arlene Kleinsasser, a jtmior, received
the award for her cooperation, enthusiasm, creativity and helpfulness.
Pep Club and math awards were assigned by Mrs. Judith Headley.
Receiving the Pep Club letter were six seniors, ten juniors, eight
sophomores, and eighteen freshmen. Don Penner was awarded a
certificate for his performance at a spring math contest in Vermillion
The class poem was then read by its authors June Kleinsasser and
The coaches, jim Erpenbach, Don Diede, Wayne Knoll, and Ron
Bennett, presented the athletic awards. Thirteen boys earned the let-
ter in basketball, twenty for football, thirteen for wrestling, nine-
teen for track, three for cross counrty, and thirteen girls earned let-
ters for their accomplishments in girl's track.
To conclude the AwardsfClass Day program the Class Will was
read by seniors Bob Wollmann and Lynn Mendel.
jackie Stahl, ABOVE, was chosen
as Freeman D. A. R., candidate and
also, after receiving the highest score
in a test, was chosen as the Betty
Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow.
The "B" team cheerleaders, ABOVE, are shown
immediately following their election. BOTTOM:
Nancy Schamber, Cindy Kleinsasser, Pam Stewart.
MIDDLE: Garnet Gering, Penny Kaufman. TOP:
Susan Waltner. Their many hours of practice and
hard work showed in their precision cheerleading.
Fun With Friends -
Daily Life at F.H.S.
A type of education that is often overlooked is the
type which does not come from books, but instead it
comes from the daily involvement with people. Working
together with others provides valuable lessons in life.
This year the Freeman High School students found
time for fun while they were working away from their
academic courses. The students found many causes for
which they could apply their joint efforts.
The school carnival was one example where nearly
the entire student body was employed in either con-
struction, publicity, operation or clean up. The "Pep
Poster Contest" saw many groups of students, using their
own materials, prep are giant posters with' which they lined
the gym walls. The bonfire which followed the home-
coming coronation ceremony was made possible by a
group of students who after school went about the town
collecting boxes and other burnables. The list of complet-
ed projects by the F. H. S. students is virtually endless.
BOTTOM: A group of junior a.nd senior high school
students enjoy a social after a football game,
BELOW: The seniors are seen working on their float
with which they won first prize in beauty.
ABOVE LEFT: Sophomores Marlene Haar and JoAnn Scham-
ber play ping pong in the gym during some free time.
ABOVE RIGHT: Gregg Graber and Margaret Stern join
forces to complete a float on time.
Portions of Freeman's business district are shown
in the ABOVE pictures.
LEFT: Many young people anxiously awaited the
approaching homecoming parade.
RIGHT: The ninety-two piece Freeman High School
marching band under the direction of Betty Mudder
is seen performing their special marching routine
for the large crowds which lined either side of the
three block main street.
The 1971 FLYETTE staff is exceedingly appre-
ciative of the work done for us by our photogra-'
phers, Al Nickel of Al's Studio, Marion, South
Dakota, Vernon Gering and Don Gering of the
and Alvin Mudder. A very hearty thanks is extended
to the Freeman businessmen and women and firms
who through their financial support helped to make
this yearbook possible.
Dr. Bruce Beier, D.D.S.
Bison State Telephone
Cliffs Telephone 8: Electric
Coast to Coast
Dub's Jewelry 8a Beauty Shop
Eddie's Radio 8c T.V.
Ferdis Food Market
First National Bank
Fred Haar Co.
Freeman Co-operative Oil Co.
Freeman Farmers Elevator
Freeman Fertilizer 8L Farm Supply
Freeman Lumber Co.
John J. Gering, Attorney-at-Law
Hoffs Cafe 8: Beauty Shop
Huber Motor Service
fFord 8a Mercuryy
Ivan's Floor Covering
Dr. Richard Jones, D.V.M.
J unior's Barber Shop
Kaufman, Dr. LeRoy 8a Dr. Dawn,
Kaufman Milling Service, Inc.
Kenny's Jack 84 Jill
King Koin Launderette and Soft
Kleinsasser Plumbing 8L
Laberis Meat Market
Lonnieis Barber Shop
Merchant's State Bank
Northwestern Public Service
Park Lane Feeds, Inc.
Pine Hill Printery 8a "Courier"
Pfeifferis Beauty Shop
Sorensen Surge Service
Tally's K 8L K
Dr. Bert J. Tiesen, Chiropractor
Wally's Car Wash
Walter Furniture Store
Wiens Auto Mart
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