Fridley High School - Bengalian Yearbook (Fridley, MN)

 - Class of 1966

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N ' . at V t X' 7,- f- f' 1-xx f '. x Q J f ff X ww ,vf x -v 5 I 4 v X X ,, fx , .f f -' ' J' ' Nh ' X xx 5 X lf ' f 3 K 21- fi, .,...,4f-X.. x Z,,..L. 1X ,f 1 fx N -Abram Fridley Unknown to many people rrldley has had a long and varred hrstory progressrng from an ancrent Indran burlal ground to a thrrvlng Clty Recent ex cavatlons of I.nd1an bones arrows and cooklng pots have served to help remrnd us of Frrdley s past The present day Frldley once was known as Mano mln whlch means W11d R1ce The f1ISI fam1ly to move to Manomm was the Abram H Frrdley famrly about 1850 MaJor Frrdley as he was called was a colorful and amb1t1ous person He acted as an agent for the Hudson Bay Company and traded for furs w1th the Indlans Major Frldley was also a very and contrnued untrl hrs death rn 1888 In the 1870 s Frrdley grew 1nto a prosperous lumber and m1ll1ng area But the strugglmg area was match for the bustllng c1ty of Mlnneapolrs r economy dropped and Frldley became a ghost town Flnally 1n the 1930 s people who were rnterested 1n agr1cu1ture aga1n started to settle Frldley and lf has contlnued to grow slnce then Frrdley s progress has Just begun a crty Wllh a brrght future It IS up to the graduatlon of 1966 and of comrng years to see that Frldley contlnues to thrrve And we are equal to the task' Foreword . , . . , active member in the early legislature of Minnesota ' ' . ' no ' ' ' ' , so he . . , . I T BLE, 4 WM fb WW WEA? f C W fy PM K V . M4 I fa' gif fl, ML ff!! M y ay W My W f MD M617 wi H 1, , f ,jig fwfw J ,M fgff !,,Afff f5gZd ,,,Ufff ff W! fbc VL-IZ WMM Admmushfah 0 WZZMM Faculigwf VY I U. l W X 4 M X4 K , I . I , 1 J WJ .5 l I 4 1 O I Q I 1 .Z 14 A 4. 0: 0 If 7 1 " f W C , ,V M , .4 , X Q nl X . O ' Y Underclassmen A CONTENTS .Vx 1 ' Orgamzahons Homecoming V 0 O . JK Ai v ., AJ. 44, ON W -IL -'x -Q -.N ,- -x .-N ,- f f fd" o, cf, .1 ,. ,- .M '22-'QW on f, 44 .pf ,- ,- -Tj. "Out of childhood into manhood Now had grown my Hiawatha, Skilled in all the craft of hunters, Learned in all the lore of old men In all youthful sports and pastimes, ln all manly arts and labors. " The collectrve strength courage and character of our communtty were clearly demonstrated by 1ts magnlflcent response to the dlsaster of May 6 1965 Nowhere was rt better exemphfled than tn the student body of Dls trtct 14 whrch gave unstrnttngly of rts tlme and energy to ard those tn need of asststance Partrcularly grattfymg was the desue of the students to take part tn the masstve clean up requtred rn then school burldmgs buffered by the tornados It IS wrth deep apprectatron and the htghest regard for the youth of D1str1ct 14 that the Board of Educatlon dedrcates ttself to tmprovrng the school curuculum and fac111t1es provrdrng everyone wlth the opportuntty to seek the expandrng horrzons of knowledge and tntellectual currosrty Srncerely James A Thayer 1 : . .. 1 . 1 1 1 a Pdfflinigfl' Q 915W o 3 uf If A 4JlU'f fy? ff if! M! nj V j Vi' J!! CL bl' X UW ij f ' fp' D lj 1 0' , P yi if f nfl J ,f DV' X ' 65 j! by ,If 'iff L Lf 4, E ly ' L V A JW Ui' LV up V?MpV! 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' L -Q-' F , ' -P, 71- ' Q Q f f Y- XM N- -X f-" T l Q Q -' 1, -Q" ., D C1 .. Ai ,R g Y D 4-ff' cgxq .f. 'fpiv , John Hansen, has been superintendent of the Fridley school system since 1959. His early experience was combined with teaching mathematics and coaching basketball. A11 his professional training has been at the University of Minnesota. He has his Masters Degree in education administration. For the past 'I years he has resided in Fridley. I 0 A 0 I qxk NN Q 4 1 J F N i I C Richard Stanton, the principal of our school, attended Macalester College where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree. From there he went to the University of Minnesota and obtained his Master's degree in Education Administration. He now resides in Fridley and has been a member of the staff for five years. u Jerry Summers, Assistant Principal MRS. MARLYS SCHAAF School Nurse MISS ESTHER VINCENT Counselor Qiaff MR. DUANE LUN DGREN Counselor MR, JAMES HEDREN Director of Business Affairs MR. JAMES TORMOEN School Psychologist MRS. EDNA GEORGIUS School Librarian I I Z 4 I I , f ry! My 57 6 fawdvfzzll ,Z fam 1 fe fi , fybfegff 40 Af lf Jambi who X me WWW ' .JW L 411 e dwwff f ' LC f ' e f feL6ZeC2?fQWO' ' 1706276 aff MMM fabcwc' DL , ,f vc' 4 CZAWC ' 'f MQ, WVW Y jewf ewfww Jfafee fcyfwffff ,f Je f ff Vcfflfgjlff dbplpfffcf c1J6iff6fVf jg UJOGC f . ff , X , ' 1 A 'jf ff . 4,7 ' A if 16410053 pifcaffywffdjf C4 ' Qzfwgmi J' by ma y we Lf ,' ,f7 fx, , nw ' If L f..-- -- ai .f x 1 1 D A A A A AA.. ' . 1 S 4 A A Xb ' Our Faculig Guides and Teaches 4 ,f ff f jffy'-6722 AW'WZ'fW7'0ZV .- ill' , Ur. if N' W 1 llx N. f 'W , , a :My Nik 1 ' I if dy I ' JV fx I NL mwwyv i ,Jy 'rv I6 r J W MR. ROBERT BARNETTE Social Studies Psychology MRS. MARLYIS CARPENTER Choral Music MR. HAROLD BOECK Industrial Arts Department Chairman MR. EDWARD COCHRAN Russian MR. RONALD BURTON Biology MR. FRANK CUMMHNIGS Social Studies Department Chairman MISS SANDRA CADY Germ an MRS. FRANCES FARNHAM Home Economics " 9 MRS. VIRGINIA CAHOW Special Education 10-12 MR. JOHN FLOOD English Department Chairman MISS .TUDITH FRAZIER English MR ARNOLD GRIER Science Department Chairman MR S. EUNICE GRIER English MR. JAMES HAGEN Mathematics ,,5t,W.i,C9wwWvf""'i i ,lk 'UWM' ALM My www A 139 MR. DONALD HOLUM Business Education MRS. KATI-IRYNE HUMMEL English Social Studies MR SIMON KRUU T M Social Studies MR. WALTER LAKE Band Director R ROGER LEFFLER Industrial Arts MISS DOROTHY LENZ Business Education If C Clt,K!,f K " 1' f 'V ' f f' . l " w f V44 .Nj . ,A fr 1 -Y 'wa . ' ""' L - fir ' ,AfZ.,"' L JA Lsfjhgiyy an-Mffaff .4z':'.,fa--1,569 fb-Zfffcw' " 0 1' f 4 62 Vx tiyfffffgkgoryrfcf 'CFWV' . f? Science U11 A41 4 4 ta-1-ff, Z' f fi lyffffvkf 'AQV ,' x7 N -M U ,. ffl, aa' Wish 'clviizffmiib Iftfstim' LM 5 '69"ff- U lmffawae I in 'S .47574L1fLL1f'j7,Z2M,17 Mr 9rf,,5ff, Xaaflicf, X D MRS. DOROTHY MAHURINX Business Education tl 'XS Department ChairmaQJ JN 1 X MR. HARRY MESSICK Wifi Social Studies Psychology Health Education N i MR. DONALD NJ f for K f BJ Q Physical Education XJ of Athletic Director Driver's Education W , ,H JV X' f is i M R. THOMAS MYHRA K f , ..,sLa, I Social Studies ' , U 'P Miss IUDITH NO ER . S Art 'X' if y 'Y MRS BEATRICE OGREN Mathematics Department Chairman MR. ROBERT O'NEILL Physical Education Latin Department Chairman MRS. MARTHA PETERSEN MR. MAURICE ROBERGE Science I ff MR. ,TERRY SEEMAN Mathematics MISS SANDRA SENKPIEL English MRS. LOLA TEA Spanish MR. EARL TRUDE English Speech Social Studies MR. EVERETT UTTER Industrial Arts MISS ROSELLA WAGNER Physical Education MR. WALTER WENHOLZ Mathematics MRS. ALTA WITZIGMAN 4 f French Q p Modern Languages WOM gi X Department Chairman M, W x', MJ if Unsung Heroes Office Girls Cusiodians Cooks illgeel, I Zi I js 1 if Left to Right Mmes. Mary Arndt, Harriet Johnson, Vi Gottwaldt, Karen Tay- lor, Mildred Ropponen, Eunice Natzke, Muriel Kelsey Messrs. Loyd Hagedorn, Ed Bauler, Ronald Schrim- shaw, Lester Lynch Missing Al Bomsta, Oliver Lee, James Hardy, Ralph Moskal Mmes. Helda Smedema, Maxine Weinberger, Hazel Anderson, Betty Hansen, Rosa Palm, Cecil Garten, Edie Pregler, Pat Olson, Ruth Swason, Norma Dals- veen SEJVJOK X6 y .Nw HTA' is C 2, -Z Ik X Cm X35 Qf1i:,A X 772025 - 2-Q W U62 '90 mac 0 ' Qi kgfvfffqg ' 35 P iw '7' ya wJ fan ' - f 1 X ,goxfdf lffddffif 4743! Md! ffl VQVLWX xii 1 AQ! . J :X I4 fy ly rg, , , 1" 4, J 'J .M X' W 1 OW 1 A! J ,i JUAJ Lf Hi A f W X ,g,,ffq xy VW AL!! WV X I ,4 'XE - aj ,,Af Ulf bw X 'Ml :Plz Ag jf! X Mfr ,wo yf W IJ!!! U0 -y Xf KOA , W 'N Lf jJffIZ1,fT 177 'O 'OX H A, J Jfwqlf' J. MMI: A Q,f X f X l ' .f Y' A K 'y 0 Lf If L O M MU UQ' M V, I-fb ZW i f QP UW -,177 F 'f EQJ' 0 JJNCY' ffybl ' KJV' Q1 JA nk 'rx W , Gj K3 J, Lf FU!! , if gf K 17" 2I Senior Class Officers President - Gene Scoglund Vice President - Dave Johnson Secretary - Yvonne Biedron Treasurer - Pam Hirschi Senior Executive Board SEATED: Mr. Barnettg STANDING: Marcia Martin, Judy Renner, Keith Bloom, Ed Meyer Roger Hubley, Sally Linden, Iraci Tavares. JEANNE MARIE ADAMS "JEANNE" "A ,well liked young lady is she, who'll always have friends we can see. " Art Club 11,125 GAA 9,1O,11,12g Girl's Glee Club 9,105 Spanish Club 10,11,Secretary 10, Bengal- ian Staff 12. SUSAN IOY ALFREDSON "SUE" "In black and gold she looks supreme, the mainstay of the basketball team." GAA 9,1O,11,12, President 12, Cheerleader 10, 11,l2, Captain 125 Future Nurses Club 1O,11,12, Historian 125 Junior Executive Boardg "If a Man Answers" 11, Tiger's Tale 11,12g Art Club 125 Drama Club 12. LINDA KATHLEEN AMAR "LINDA" "Light hearted and sunny. " GAA 9,1O,11,12g Girl's Glee Club 9,105 Tiger's Tale 12. RICHARD AMMEND "DICK" "When he's not there, lam . . . " AV Asst. 1O,11,12g Lettermen's Club 11,123 Photography Club 12, Cross Country 11,12g Track 9, 1o,11,12. ROBERT JACK AMMEND "BOB" "And when I'm not there, he is." AV Asst. 10,11,12g Lettermen's Club 1l,12g Cross Country 11,125 Track 9,1O,11, 12. SANDRA KAYE AMMERMAN "SANDY" "Quiet and genial in every wayg' she'll gain success some future day." GAA 9,1O,11,12g Future Nurses Club 1O,l1,12g Pep Club 12. CYNTHIA ANN ANDERSON "CINDY" "Eager to please." Art Club 125 Future Nurses Club, Gir1's Glee Club 11g GAA 11,12g Transfer from Duluth 11. DARLENE LOIS ANDERSON "DARLENE" "She 's quiet so they say, we like her just that way. " KAY LYNN RENEE AUNE "KAY" "A likable girl with a likable way." Future Teacher's Club 11,125 Cadet Teacher 11, 125 GAA 9,10,11,12, Recording Secretary 125 Girl's Glee Club 9,105 Pep Club 125 Tiger's Tale 125 Bengalian Staff 12. "Silence'and blushing are the eloquence of women. GAA 105 Girl's Glee Club 1O,11. BONITA SUZANNE BARROWS "BONNIE'l "Is she talking again -- or yet?" Band 9,105 Pep Club 12. PENNY LOUISE BARTELT "PENNY" "True to her work, her words, her friends." Band 9,105 GAA 11,125 Girl's Glee Club 11,12. 24 .pf X PATRICIA KAYE BARD "TRlSHA" JANE ANN ANDERSON "JANE" 'Good humor that bubbles drives away troubles. " Declamation 105 Future Nurses Club 10,1l,12, President 125 Nurses Aid 10,11,125 Pep Club 125 Tiger's Tale 11,125 Bengalian Staff 12. JOAN MARIE ANDERSON "JOAN" "Small and innocent looking, but so is dynamite." Future Nurses Club 9,1O,11,12, Secretary 125 GAA 115 Pep Club 12, President 125 Tiger's Tale 11 12. STEPHEN CRAIG ANDERSEN "STEVE" "Trustworthy, as any boy should be, conscientious too, we all can see. " Biology Club 11. LINDA KA THLEEN A NDREWS "LINDA" 'Pep and vitality: full of rascality. " Art Club 1O,11,12,' Treasurer 125 Cheerleader 10,11,125 Future Teacher's Club 125 GAA 9,1O,11, 125 Girl's Glee Club 105 Library Asst. 9. 5lQ!LqS:,1.su : DONALD GENE BEBENSEE "BEB" "Study?? What's that - something to eat?" Baseball 115 Football 9. MARLYS DEE BELLOWS "DEE" "True merit is like a riverg the deeper it is, the less noise it makes." GAA 11,125 Girl's Glee Club 9,10,l1. YVONNE CA ROL BIEDRON "YVONNE" "Nothing is ever achieved without enthusiasm." Choir 11,125 Secretary 125 Future Nurses Club 10,11,l2, Vice President 115 GAA 1O,11,12, Sec- retary 115 Pom Pom Club 12, President 125 Bengalian Staff 125 Junior Class Secretaryg Senior Class Sec- retary5 Homecoming Queen 12. CN THOMAS JOHN BISTODEAU "T. J. " "Worry has killed many a man so why worry?" AV Asst. 95 Football 9,105 Wrestling 9,10. tim N' SANDRA KATHLEEN BLAISDELL "SA NDY' "Brown-eyed brunette and full of fung of her kind there's only one. " Girl's Glee Club 105 Spanish Club 12. SHIRLEY ANN BLOCK "SAM" "I know him--if he's cute. " Transfer from Coon Rapids 11. KEITH WILLIAM BLOOM "KEITH "A man of cheerful yesterdays and confident to- morrows." Track 9, 10,11, 12, Co-Captain 125 Baseball 10, 11 , 12 . PATRICIA ANN BRADLEY "PAT "The only time to lose your temper is when it's deliberate . " Future Teachers Club 10,11,l2, Historian 125 German Club 11,12, Treasurer 125.Orchestra 10,11 Transfer from Robinsdale 10. JAMES FRANK Cl-IOCK "He 's the joker of the deck." ELLEN LOUISE CHRISTENSON "A miss full of mischief." KEITH LEONA RD COCHRA N "Study is just a pastime, so why pass time?" Wrestling 9 , 1 O , 11 . JULIA NNA COCHRAN "Silence is one of nature's vital virtues. " 26 , f , , gssnrzz, 11:-wss'r'f21mf4fs SALLY M. BUNDY 'SALLY "Her hair is golden, her nature fairg full of fun, without a care." Art Club 11. DONALD LEE CARDA 'CROW "Work fascinates me--I could sit and look at it for hours." AV Asst. 10g Wrestling 10. DARRELL WAYNE CARLSON 'SKIPPER' "l know what I'm talking about, you're just listen- ing wrong . " Choir 9,105 Letterman's Club 11,125 Baseball 11 12, Basketball 9, 10, 11 , 12, Football 11, 12, Tennis 9,105 Track 9,1O. CHERI LYNN CAVIN "Cl-lERl" "Full of mischief at every turn. " Future Nurses Club 9,10,11,12g GAA 9,1O,11, 125 Majorettes 10,115 Pep Club 12, Secretary-Treas urer 12. DAVID CHARLES COOPER "COOP" "Wise men say nothing in dangerous times." AV Asst. 9,lO,1l,12. JANICE LEE CORGARD "JAN" "Politeness goes far, but yet costs nothing." Choir 10, 11,125 German Club 10, l15 Transfer from Northeast Junior High 10. DIANNE LYNN DACKO "DlANNE" "Today is tomorrow 's yesterday. " Girl's Glee Club 9,10. DANIEL LEE DOYLE "DAN" "A man of few words and much patience." Baseball 9,105 Football 9,10,115 Hockey 95 Tennis 115 Track 9,105 Wrestling 9,1O,l1,12, GALEN ROBERT EASTLACK 'GAY' "Life of the class, death of the teachers." Choir 9,10,11,125 Baskefbaii 9,1O,115 Foorbarr 95 Tennis 105 Track 9. STEPHA N HENRY EGGERT "STEVE ' "His friendship is worth having. " Band 11,125 Future Teachers Club 115 Transfer from Kellogg 11: AUSMA EMILY EI-ILERT 'AUSMA "Winning way, attractive face, ambition fitting for any place. " Future Nurses Club 11,125 Girl's Glee Club 115 Transfer from South High School 11. JAMES STANTON ELSBERRY NPIERRE 'He and his trombone slid happily through school." Band 9,10,l1,125 Choir 9,l0,11,125 Baseball 9. 27 KATHRYN MARIE FREDRICK "KATHY" "EXERCISE? Whyl peeled an orange this morning. Band 9,1O,11,125.Choir 9,1O,11,125 Future Nur ses Club 125 Nurses Aid 12. JACK FRANK FREEMAN "RED CARPET "It isn't what you do, it's what you get by with. " Student Council 1O,11,125 Baseball 115 Football 95 Wrestling 9,1O,115 Junior Executive Board. TIMOTHY FREEMAN "I'm learning a lot, but school seems to interfere." BARRY CLARENCE FRITZ, "BAR" "To err is human--but who says I'm human?" Art Club 125 AV Asst. 9,125 Choir 9,1O,11,125 Lettermen's Club 1O,11,125 Student Council 9,1O, 115 Basketball 9, 10, 11 , 125 Football 9, 10, 11 , 125 Track 9, 10, 11, 12, Captain 12. 28 RICHARD ADAMS ENGELHARDT "RIK" "He is a man who does things that count, but never stops to count them, " B, 9, 10, 11, 12, B. Coun. 10, 11, 12, Drum Major 12, Conc. Master 125 Debate Cl. 9:10,11,125 Decl 9, 10, 11, 125 Fr. Cl. 9, 10, 11, 12, Pres. 9, 10, 125 Treas. 115 Fut, Tea.C1. 10, 11, 12, Hist, 10, 11, Parl. 125 Lettm's,C1. 125 NHS 11,125 SC 9,1O,11, 12, Pres, 125 Tiger's Tale 9, 10, 11,12, Ed. 125 Ben galian St,125 Ger,Cl. 11, 125Dra.C1, 125 Orch. 10 Cross Coun. 10,11,125 Gymn. 125 Tennis 115 Track 10, 125 Soph. Cla. Treas. 5 Jr, Cla, Pres. 5 "Cradle Song" 105 "lf A Man Answers" 115 "Stardust" 125 "Mrs, McThing" 115 "Annie Get Your Gun" 10. CHARLETTA EVA, s "She is as her laugh--full of life, " DAWN RENEE EWY "DAWN" "I strive not for gold but for friends. " Band 9,1O,11,125 Future Nurses Club 125 Future Teachers Club 115 GAA 115 Girl's Glee Club 10,11, 12, President 125 .Pep Club 12. IUDITH KATHERINE FINNEMAN "IUDY' "She seems to be so quiet and shy, except with friends and a very special guy. " GAA 9. FRANK MARTIN GABRELCIK "TIGER" "Never trouble your teachers until they trouble you." FRANK EDWARD GERARD "FRANK" "Men of few words are the best men. " Photography Club 125 Baseball 9,10. JOHN H. GERARD 'JOHN BING" "An honest man is the noblest work of God." Golf 9,1O,11,12. GARRY DAVID GERTZEN "GERT" "Custom hath made it in him, a property of easiness. " Lettermen's Club 10,11,125 Football 9,10,11, 125 Tennis 105 Wrestling 9,10,11,12. 51 CHERYL KAY GILSTEAD "CHERYL" "The beholder of a charmed life. " GAA 9,10,11,125 Future Teacher's Club 125 Pep Club 12. MARY ANN GOCLON "GOC" "She radiates happiness from within." Declamation 11,125 Future Nurses Club 10,11, 125 Nurses Aid 125 Drama Club 125 Tiger's Tale 125 Bengalian Staff 12: "Heritage of Whiple Street" 115 "Mrs, McThing" 115 "Stardust'7 125 Transferred from St. Anthony 10. JEANETTE MARIE GOLDEN "JAN" "Fun and gay in a nice sort of way. " GAA 9,110,115 German Club 10, 115 Future Nurses Club 10,115 Future Teachers Club 11,12. JAMES LAWRENCE GRIFFIN "GARV" "Just call me doc--I can operate anywhere." Choir 95 Lettermer1's Club 115 Baseball 9,10,11, 125 Basketball 9, 10, 11 , 125 Football 9, 10. 29 GERALD EUGENE HARTZMANN "GERRY" "No one has been hurt by what I have not said." Wrestling 11, 12. JOAN MAE HERMAN "JOAN" ".Here's a young lady good as goldg never too shy, never too bold. " Choir 9,11,12g GAA 10,11g Gir1'S Glee Club 9, 10,11. SANDRA JEANNE HILDEBRANDT "SANDY" "A quiet girl but quite a girl. " AV Asst. 11,125 Biology Club 9, Debate Club 95 Declamation 9,10,11g Drama Club 12g Choir 95 German Club 10,1l, 12, President 12, Library Asst. 9,10,11,12g National Honor Society 12, "Monkey's Paw' 9g "Mrs. McThing" llg "Stardust" 12. PAMELA JOY HIRSCHI "PAM" "To do easily what is difficult for others is the mark of talent." Choir 9 ,10, 11, 12, Class Representative 10, 113 French Club 9,109 GAA 93 Tiger's Tale 125 Junior Executive Boardg Senior Executive Board, Senior Class Treasurerg Sophomore Class Princessg Senior Class Attendant. 30 IVAN HARALD HAAN "IVAN" "Good things don't always come in small packages AV Asst. 1O,11, 12. NANCY GAIL HAECHREL "l-lACK" "My mind is made up, don't confuse me with facts Transferred from Central High School 11, LEE ANN HALLING "LEE" "She draws more than attention. " GARY ALAN HANSON "GARY" "How l hate to get up in the morning." 'lfennis 11g Wrestling 10. X1 MW :P ROSE ANN HOLLAND "ROSEY" "Ideas--of some kind--she always has. " Future Nurses Club 9g Future Teachers Club 11, 125 GAA 9,10,11,12g Girl's Glee Club 95 Pep Club 12. RUSSELL KENNETH HOLLAND "RUSS" "Sometimes given to serious thoughts--but usually filled with mischievous plots. " Art Club 11,12, President 125 Lettermen's Club 9,10,11,12g Baseball io, Football 9,10,11,12g Track 9, 11 , 125 Wrestling 9, 10 , ll , 12, Co-Captain 12. 'CONNIE IOE HOLMAN "CONNIE" "Laugh and be merry! Remember better the world with a song . " Band 9,lO,11,12g Debate Club 9,10,11,12, Sec- retary 115 Future Teachers Club 11,12, President 12g National Honor Society 11,12g Secretary 125 Student Council 12g Choir 10,11,l2, Vice President 12g GAA 10,119 Tiger's Tale 11,125 Bengalian Staff. ROGER ALLEN HUBLEY "ROGER" "I was cut out to be an angel but someone lost the pattern. " Band 10,11,12, Vice President 12g Lettermen's Club 11,l2g Senior Executive Board. W C 'W ,Hip Q1 I-... I K, I7 ,UH f ,ki N C 'L RONALD DAVID IACOBSON 'JAKE' "Good things come to all who wait--even graduation! Av Asst. 9,105 Lettermen's Club 11,12g Baseball 9, 10 , 11 , 12g Football 9 , 10., 11 , 12 . SANDRA KAY JACOBSON "SANDY" "Live wire--PLUS! " GAA 11,12g Future Nurses Club 10g Future Teachers Club 12. GA RY LEO JENEST "GA RY" "A little work never hurt anybody, but why take the chance. " LYNNE MARIE IOHANSON "LYNNE" "A carefree lass is she, full of fun and gaiety. " GAA 9,10,11g Spanish Club 10. 3I WILLIAM SCOTT JORDAL 'SCOTT "Life consists of what a man is thinking of all day Football 95 Tennis 11,125 Wrestling 9,10. LINDA LOU KAMMERMAN "LIN "Friends and a friendly conversation are my com- panions. " Art Club 125 GAA 11,125 Future Teachers Club 125 Pep Club 125 Tiger's Tale 125 Transferred from Sun Prairie 10 . PATRICIA ANN KAPALA "PAT" "What sweet pleasure a quiet life affords." GAA 9, 10 , 11 . NANCY KAYE KAUFERT "NANCY" "The girl with the gentlest heart, and the mildest manner." Art Club 105 GAA 9,10,11,125 German Club 11, 125 Tiger's Tale 11,125 Yearbook Staff 12. 32 DAVID FRED JOHNSON "FRED" "Great in sports, great in studies, great in the hearts of all his buddies." Art Club 125 Choir 1O,11,12, President 125 Lettermen's Club 10, 11,125 Student Council 9, 10 11,12, Vice President 125 Baseball 9,10,11,125 Basketball 9, 10, 11,125 Football 9, 10, 11, 12, Cap- tain 12. TERRANCE A. JOHNSON "T. I. MUFF" "What make you think I'm lazy? I'm just waiting for something to happen. " Lettermen's Club 11,125 Basketball 9,105 Cross Country 105 Track 9,105 Tennis 11,12, WILLIS BODEEN JOHNSON "WILLIE" "A good egg--cracked, but good!" Choir 9,10,115 Student Council 9,10,115 Foot- ball 9,105 Baseball 95 Basketball 9,105 Junior Class Vice President. GARY ALAN IOHNSON "GARY" "A man of few words is the best man." Choir 95 Tennis 11. CRAIG D. KILE "CRAIG" "Youth is full of pleasure. " Band 9, 10,11, 125 Biology Club 105 National Honor Society 10,11,125 Biology Club 105 "Stardust" 12. MILTON LEE KINNEY "UNCLE MILT" "Impossible is a word I never use." Debate Club 125 Baseball 9. CHRISTINE CAROL KIRCH "CHRIS" "All that is neatness, completeness, sweetness." Art Club 125 Cheerleading 125 GAA 9,10,11,12, Secretary 125 Future Nurses Club 11,125 Nurses Aid 125 Pep Club 12. ALLAN ROGER KIRKEEIDE "AL" "Take care of me5 good men are rare. " Football 9,105 Gymnastics 105 Track 10, JACK ROY KIRKHAM "JACK" "Never measure the height of a mountain until you have reached the top. Then you will see how low it was. " Band 9,l0,11,125 Debate Club 9, 10,11, Presi- dent 105 Lettermen's Club 11,125 National Honor Society 11,125 Gymnastics 11,125 Track 95 'The Cradle Song' 105 "Stardust" 12. JOHN MILFRED LANGSETH "JOHN" "Success is a big step but I have long legs. " Biology Club 11,125 French Club 105 Tiger's Tale 125 Gymnastics 11,125 Football 9,105 Wrestl- ing 10. BONNIE SUE LARSON "BONNIE" "Her disposition will carry her far." DUANE CLIFFORD LARSON "D. L. " "Dependable as any boy can be, fun loving too, we all can see." AV Asst. 9,1O,11,125 Declamation 9,10. 33 71 LII GERALD DONALD LONG "GERRY " "His cheerful grin denotes a happy heart within. " Lettermen's Club 11 , 12g Baseball 9, 10, 11 , 12, Basketball 9, 105 Cross Country 9,10, 11, 12 . LINDA LEE LONGERBONE 'LINDA "We know nothing of tomorrow, be happy and gay today." GAA 9,10,11,12g German Club 11,125 Future Nurses Club 113 Future Teachers Club 11,123 Pep Club 12. STEPHEN J. LUCAS "LUKE "I believe in work, but I'm not in favor of it. " AV Asst. 93 Choir 9g Lettermen's Club 11,125 Basketball 9,10,11,12g Football 9,10,11g Golf 11 LAWRENCE PAUL LUCAST "LARRY "Give some people an inch and they'l1 measure it Band 9,io,l1,12, Biology Club 10g National Honor Society 10 , 11 , 12 . 34 CHARLES RAY LEVAN "CHUCK" "In my heart I have always felt the Wright brothers were wrong. " Photography Club 11g Transferred from St. Cloud 10. KEITH CLELLAN LIND "KEITH" "I'1l do anything once--twice if l can get away with it." TERRI LEIGH LINDBLOOM "TERRI" "A light hearted and gay lass is she." Art Club 123 GAA 9,1O,11,12. Sl-IARI REA LINDEN "SALLY" "As merry as the day is long. " Future Teachers Club 115 GAA 115 Senior Execu- tive Board. , or STEPHEN IOI-IN LUHMAN "STEVE" "I know a lot ifl could only think of it." Band 9,11,12g Photography crub 10,115 Gym- nastics 12. KATHLEEN ANN MAAS "KATHY" 'Her winning smile and happy ways will bring her luck through all her days." Art Club 115 Choir 9,1O,1l,125 Future Teachers Club 11,125 GAA 9,1O,11,125 Girl's Glee Club 9,10 MARCIA LYN MARTIN "MARCIA" "A good student, full of fun, that's our little 'honey bun'. " Art Club 125 GAA 9,1O,115 German Club 105 Senior Executive Board. ROBERT WILLIAM MA SSOF "BOB" "Be reasonable--do it my way." AV Asst. 9,105 Band 9,10,11,l25 Biology Club 105 Declamation 95 Lettermen's Club 10, 11,125 National Honor Society 10,11,l25 Student Council 10,11,125 Baseball 9,115 Football 9, 10, 11,125 Golf 105 Tennis 11,125 Sophomore Class Secretary. BRUCE CHARLES MA THISON "BRUCE" "If he's a sample, we'll take a dozen. " Lettermen's Club 11,125 Hockey 1O,11,125 "Mrs McThing" 11. JERRY DEAN MCCARTHY "JERRY" "I came, I bluffed, I graduated. " Hockey 12. BONNIE LEE MCNAIR "BONNIE" 'Her spirit and cheers just can't be beatg a sweet personality makes her complete. " Arr Club 125 GAA 9,1o,11,12: Cheerleading 10 11,12, .IERALD LEIGH MELBERG "JERRY" "His presence, we've found, is welcome all'round. Basketball 95 Football 95 Track 9,10. 35 JAMES WA LTER MILLER "HOOKER" "Work isn't hard if you don't work at it." JOHN JOSEPH MITTELSTADT "KINK" "I may do something sensational yet! " German Club 125 Lettermen's Club 125 Baseball 95 Football 9, 10, 12. THOMAS EUGENE MORRIS "TOM" "Quiet in appearance, with motives unknown. " Band 9,1O,11,12, President 125 Choir 9,105 Lettermen's Club 125 Tennis 11,12. LINDA ANN MOSSEY "GRANNY" "Life is far too important a thing to ever talk seri- ously about." French Club 9,105 GAA 1O,11,125 Girl's Glee Club 105 Tiger's Tale 9,10,l1,l2g Bengalian Staff 12. 36 vs- CYNTHIA ANN MELIN "CINDY" "Pretty, precise, and exceedingly nice." Art Club 125 Cheerleading 10,125 Choir 95 GAA 9 10,11,12, Recording Secretary 115 Future Teachers Club 11,125 Tiger's Tale 12. EDWARD ROBERT MEYER "ED" "His energy is centered in worthwhile things , " Band 11,125 Letterman's Club 125 National Honor Society 125 Student Council 125 Football 125 Tennis 11,125 Senior Executive Boardg Transferred from Richfield 11. CHERYL ANN MIKOLICH "MIK" "Always joyful, never blue, she'll be a faithful friend to you." Transferred from Ely 11. DIA NE MARIE MIKOLICH "DIANE" "A pretty smile, a pleasing witg a girl who always does her bit." Transferred from Ely 125 Choir 12. Ofb KAY DAWN MUELLER "KAY", A "A woman's beauty is only as real as her smile. " Cheerleader lO,11,12, Captain 125 French Club 9,105 GAA 9,10,ll,125 Girl's Glee Club 105 Student Council 9,10,1l,12, Secretary 125 Pep Club 12. JAMES MICHEAL MULVIHILL "MOLE" "I just don't know about him. " German Club 125 Baseball 9,105 Football 9,10, 11. RICHARD W. NELSON "DICK" "It was a long hard -grind, but I made it. " Basketball 95 Gymnastics 10, ll , 12. PA ULA JEAN NEUMAN "PAULZ" "The wor1d's no better if we hurry, life's no better if we worry." French Club 9,105 GAA 10,11,125 Girl's Glee Club 105 Pom Pom Club 125 Tiger's Tale 11,12, Page Editor 12. KAREN MARIE NYGAARD "KAREN" "I wish they'd be quiet--I want to talk." Future Nurses Club 9,10,1l,125 Future Teachers Club 11,125 GAA 9,10,11,125 Girl's Glee Club 105 Pep Club 12. TIMOTHY J. OBRYCKI "POTIT" "I never met a man I did not like." Choir 95 Lettermen's Club 11,125 Pep Club 125 Baseball 9,1O,l1,125 Basketball 9,105 Football 9, 10, 11 , 125 Wrestling 11 , 12. JAMES EMMET O'LAUGHLIN "O'FLOP" "How will the school survive when l'm gone?" Pep Club 125 German Club 115 Hockey 9,10,11, 12. JAMES CHARLES OLSON 'JIM' "Quiet and genial in all his ways, he'l1 gain success in future days." Wrestling 10, 11 , 12. 37 QW MA RY ANN OLSTEAD "ANNIE" "I can resist anything but temptation." Cheerleader 105 Future Nurses Club 125 Nurses Aid 125 GAA 9,1O,11,125 Gir1's Glee Club 105 Pom Pom Club 125 Junior Executive Board. FRANCES PALMER "FRAN" "She smiles at many just for fun, but we all know there's only one. " LeROY GERALD PASTWA "STlNGRAY" "He can ask more questions than ten men can answer. " AV Asst. 12. KATHRYN ELLEN PAYNE "KATHY" "She is gentle, she is shy, there is mischief in her eyes." Art Club 10,115 GAA 95 Girl's Glee Club 9,105 Pep Club 12. 38 JANET MARIE OLSON "IAN" 'Friendship is a sheltering tree." JOYCE DIANE OLSON "JOYCE" "Those winkable, blinkable, merrily twinkable, simply unthinkable eyes. " ' GAA 9, 10, 11, 125 Future Nurses Club 10, 11 , 125 Pom Pom Club 125 Junior Class Princess5 Senior Class Attendant. NANCY IEANNE OLSON "NANC" "Sweet and silent you say? Those sparkling eyes give her away. " Choir 125 GAA 9,10,1l5 German Club 10,115 Spanish Club 10, 115 Student Council 9, 105 Bengalian Staff 12. ROLLAND DEAN OLSON "OLY" "To worry little, to study less, that's my idea of happiness. " Lettermen's Club 11,125 Gymnastics 11, 12. l in 5 +5 - ,,,,,,, 5 . 1 . STEVE RAYMOND PEARSON "ALB" "Thinking is but an idle waste of time." PATRICK ARVARD PENTZ 'PAT' "Chance favors the prepared mind." Debate Club 10,115 German Club 10, Lettermen's Club 10,11,12g National Honor Society 10,11,12g Baseball 9, 10, 11,123 Track 10, 11 , 12, Wrestling 9, 1O,11,12. JAMES R. PERKINS 'JIM' 'For he's a jolly good fellow . " Hockey 12g Track 12g Transferred from Duluth 12. GAYLE LYNN PETERSON 'GAYLE' "The way to be happy is to make others happy." GAA 11,12g Tiger's Tale 12. PHYLLIS KAY PETERSON 'PETE' "She's always there when you need her. ' GAA 9, 10 , 11 , 12g Future Nurses Club 10, 11 , 12 . SUSAN JOAN PETERSON "SUE' "In black and gold she looks supreme, the mainstay of the basketball team. " Art Club 115 Cheerleading 12g GAA 1O,11,12g Future Teachers Club 10,11,12g Pep Club 12g Tiger Tale 12. 's DONALD LEE POWELL 'DON' 'Nothing in the universe is so solid as a thought. " Choir 9,1o,11,12. INGE PAULINE GERTRUDE PRAGAL 'INGE' 'Quiet as a woodland spring. ' Art Club 12g GAA 12, Future Nurses Club 12, German Club 10, 11, 12. 39 DEBRA M. RISSELL "DEBBIE" "Quiet, but a girl who gets things done." CLIFFORD PA-UL RODGERS 'CLIF " "Not as quiet as he may seem." Football 115 Tennis 11. KATHERINE ANN RUMREICH "KATHY "You cannot value a person for what she is made of but for the many good qualities she possesses. Art Club 11,125 GAA 9,1O,11,125 Girl's Glee Club 9,103 National Honor Society 125 Declamation 125 Spanish Club 10,11,12, Vice President 11, Presi- dent 12. CLAYTON JOHN SABA "CLAY" "Why should life all labor be?" 40 MFFFE MARY IOANNE PRATT "MARY" "Blushing is the color of virtue. " Choir 95 GAA 9,10, 11,125 Girl's Glee Club 9,10 Future Nurses Club 11,12, Vice President 125 Nurses Aid 11,125 Biology Club 105 Pep Club 12. MARY ELLEN RENALLO 'MARY' "A girl who boasts no borrowed charms. " Transferred from Archbishop Murray Memorial 11 STEPHEN M. RANDALL "STEVE" 'The future is purchased by the present." Photography Club 1O,11,125 Tiger's Tale 11. IUDITH ELAINE RENNER "JUD" "A smile for every girl, and two for every boy. " GAA 9,105 Senior Executive Board. 9. fl af 'Y 5 5 .,55 it 5 ,Y JEFFERY SAMUELSON "JEFF "His only labor was to kill time." BRUCE SA NBORN BRUCE "Kind of bold, kind of shy, he's a very special guy." Baseball 9,1O,11g Basketball 9,1O,11g Football 9,10. GLORIA SCHMEDEKE "GLORIA "A hoclge-podge of talk. " GAA 10,113 Library Asst. 11,12t CYNTHIA DAWN SCHWANTES "CINDY" "A really nice girl and pretty too, she'll conquer what she desires too." Art Club 11g Choir 9: GAA 10,1lg German Club 10,115 Future Teachers Club 11,12, DENNIS SCRIBNER "SCRIB "For me the entire world is wrong--the nights too short, the days too long." Baseball 9,109 Basketball 95 Football 9,103 Gym nastics 10. NANCY KAY SEMMERUD 'NANCY "Like a magnet, she has the power of attraction. " MIKE SHEROHMAN "MIKE "Although he is new to us this year, we welcome him right ,now and here." Transferred from Spring Lake Park 12. BRUCE RICHARD SHOCINSKI 'BRUCE "l come late--yet I come." Baseball 125 Wrestling 9g Transferred from Cen- ntenial 9. 4I "There is more to life than increasing its speed. " Biology Club 10g Choir 9, 10, 11, 12, Lettermen's Club 10,11,l2g Student Council 9,10,11,12, Base- ball 9,1O,1l,12g Basketball 9,1O,11,12g Football 9,1O,11,12. CURTIS BENNETT SORUM "CURT" 'X ,X XA PAUL DOUGLAS STARK "PAULZ,Y' "Keep smiling--it makes everyone wonder what you've been up to. " AV Asst. 9,10,1l,12g Choir 9, Lettermen's Club 12g Pep Club 12, Sergeant-at-Arms 12, Photography Club 125 Tiger's Tale 11,125 Baseball 10,11,l2g Cross Country 12. RONALD HERBERT STEEVES "CHIPS "Late hours are bad for one, but they're O.K. for two. " Band 10, Transferred from Minneapolis Marshall 10. IEFFERY EUGENE SUTTON "JEFF" "The better you know him, the better you like him Band 9,1O,11,12g Biology Club 10, Wrestling 9, Tennis ll, 12. 42 5 RAYMOND BRUCE SHONKA 'SKUNK "I came, I bluffed, I graduated." Transferred from Columbia Heights 11. S. BRUCE SKOG "BRUCE "Small but combustible as an atom. " GENE ROBERT SKOGLUND "GENO "H6'S quiet Bild Shy, but one swell guy." Choir 9 , 10, 11 , 12, Lettermen's Club 11 , 12, National Honor Society 12, Student Council 125 Baseball 9, 10, 11 , 12, Basketball 9, 10 , 11 , 12, Foot- ball 9,1O, 11,125 Junior Executive Board, Senior Class President. NELSEN PLINY SMITH "NELSON "After four years of faithful service, I'm laid off. " Debate Club 11, German Club 9,10,l1,12g Tennis 11, Wrestling 9. 1 L! . , Al GARY WALLACE SWANSON "GARY" "His cheerful grin denotes a happy heart within. " Band 9, 10, 11 . IEA NETTE MARIE SZYPLINSKI "STUBS" "A B C is my motto--Always Be Carefree. Art Club 11,125 GAA 9,1O,11,l25 Nurses Aid 115 Pom Pom Club' 125 Pep Club 125 Junior Executive Board. DANIEL BOYD TAKKUNEN "DAN" "You cannot value a person for what he is, but for the many good qualities he possesses. " Band l1,12, Asst. Secretary 125 Tennis 11,125 Transferred from Superior Central 11. SANDRA MARGARET TAYLOR "SANDI" "The secret of life is never to have an emotion that is unbecoming . " Future Nurses Club 115 Future Teachers Club 11, 12, Executive Board 125 GAA 115 Tiger's Tale 105 Transferred from California 10. IRACI TAVARES DE OLIVEIRA "IRACI" "She teaches who gives and she learnes who receives AFS Club 125 GAA 125 Future Nurses Club 125 National Honor Society 125 Student Council 125 Senior Executive Board5 Transferred from Tupa, Brazil 12. GENE LAWRENCE TENOLD "GENE" "Even Napoleon was a small man. " Debate Club 11,125 German Club 11,125 Drama Club 125 Lettermen's Club 125 National Honor Soci- ety 11,125 "StardustI' 125 Transferred from Hawaii 11. WA NDA EILEEN TH UNBERG 'WA NDA " "Always happy, seldom sad5 just the kind of friend to have. " French Club 9,105 GAA 9,1O,11,125 Girl's Glee Club 105 Pom Pom Club 12, Secretary-Treasurer 125 Future Teachers Club 11,125 Tiger's Tale 10,11,12. BRIAN DAVID TOEWS "BRIAN" "The better you know him the better you like him. " Lettermen's Club 125 Football 125 Hockey 12. 43 at will ANDREA CAROL VERES "ANDY" "Blond, but not light-headed . " Art Club 11. BARBARA MARY WEDMARK "BARB" "How you do talk! " GAA 9g German Club 10,115 Orchestra 9,10. JEAN MARIE WEINREICH MJEANNIE "I'm proud to be short--anyone can be tall. " GAA 10 , 11 . JOANN WILBUR "JOANN" "Her's is a quiet charm. " 44 FREDERICH ERNST TRAUB "FOX" "l'm not lazyg just saving my energy." Football 9. LINDA PAULINE VAGOVICH "BETSY" "Generally speaking, she's generally speaking." Band 93 Spanish Club 9,105 Girl's Glee Club 9, 10grGAA 9,10,11,12. PETER MICHAEL VAGOVICI-I "PETE" "lf physique makes the man, he's quite a man. " Lettermen's Club 12g Football 9,1O,l2g Wrestl- ing 9, 10. MARY MARELENE VASECKA "MARY" "I agree with you but I must admit you're wrong. " Debate Club 9,10,1l,12, Treasurer 11, Sec- retary 123 GAA 10,11g Future Teachers Club 11,12, Secretary 12g National Honor Society 12g Pep Club 125 Tiger's Tale 125 Bengalian Staff 12. GERALD ALLER WILKE "GERRY" "A penny for your thoughts. " SUE-ANNE WILLIAMS "SUZ" "For a woman nothing is so well betrayed as by her manner. " Art Club 10,11,12, Secretary 115 Band 11,12, Secretary 12g GAA 11,12, Treasurer 125 Drama Club 125 French Club 10,11,12, Secretary 115 Future Teachers Club 12g Pep Club 12g Tiger's Tale 125 Bengalian Staff 125 "Cradle Song" 10g Trans- ferred from Michigan 10. MARIA I. YOUMANS "MARIA" "Nothing is more beautiful than daintiness and truth combined . " Art Club 11,12, Vice President 125 GAA 10,11, 125 Girl's Glee Club 109 Future Nurses Club 11g Future Teachers Club 11,123 Pep Club 12g Tiger's Tale 123 Bengalian Staff 125 Transferred from Sheri- dan 9. ANTHONY CHARLES YURICK "TONY" "He often burns the midnight oil, but often times not for toil." Lettermen's Club 11,125 Baseball 1O,11,12g Bas- ketball 1O,11,12g Football 10,11,12g Junior Class Treasurerg Transferred from De La Salle 10. DAVID BRADLEY ZANDER "BYRD" 'Why take life seriously? You'll never get out of it alive! " CAMERA SHY SENIORS BRUCE BOECK FREDRICK FIERKE CONNIE HARTLEY JAMES HEFFNER DAVID HELMAN NANCY PECHELUNAS DOUGLAS QUASNICK STEVEN SCHACK MICHAEL THORSTENSON Senior Free age ,..., 9 X, ., mf We 4 W N www ,, M fig., K Jw- 3' f 11:15. 4 .fa X A' 5,. if Q53 fji, fQ1f'3se-752 . X. X f Q-:fiv e ' 'Q we f Qi' :gg!ffI?:?.x e :vw-e -- scHooL DAYS S7-58 QQ I Class Class Co r Class MoHo "To live in mankindais far more than to live in a name." Vachel Lindsay f"'S NS- xl ' 21 'iw 3 K2 , L. I .-,f, ' KQ,,, W,-.W , fu ..,' X . Y "X 5 lf 5 N, X 45 if 3: i m im mm x fx 2 s 'Xxx 5 H ' H S3 rv 5 23 2 2 f mg. . A. ' Us :Qi f L E X 5- Q 1 L - , 1555 S xi MWWV f 1 jf. '- A wil f 1 , LPA' L 1 A X if' L ff' 5 . :ZLLI J .4 L "il -L QQ J' lui' Y V " L I my 1- E A Lg It JV' pil- 'L I L1-'xxx Ii L , 1 gif , A L- , wil' X X: "N V-i z" , In ix rl nl , ,QV j LV P 3 Eff 2' ax' Y ., 'VL lr VX Y QL?-lx I jf' V, Lf! 'Lt V ,X NIL: at U! 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Oman O'Neil Parke Parks Payne Pechelunas Pelton Peterson Peterson Petrangelo Pettipiece Phillips Pierson Pineault Polkey Prindle Quam Quick Quasnik Ratfield Reese Reiser Reisewitz Renner Ritter Rosenbower S achs Savelkoul Schack Schleisman Schlins Schwantes Severson Shoberg Shonts Siegrist Simon Skaaclen Smith Soj Starwalt Steenerson Stuart Swanson Sweet Tanner Templin Tenold TerWisscha Thayer Thompson Thorp J. Thunberg B. Tovsen M. Trezona T. Tveit W. Urista I. Vasecka T. Wagar K. Waller M Walton R. Watlov R. Weitnauer D. Welch M Wessman R. Wilke J. Wojciak A Young R. Zaier D. Zegland K Zeuz T. Ziegler M. Zmuda Like everything else in life, my year in Fridley will come to an end. When time to leave comes, I will go back to Brazil, where my family and friends will be eager to learn from me about my experiences in the United States. There will be many things to be told, but, undoubtedly, there will be something special, and that is the wonderful days l lived in Fridley High School. l know I will take with me the best memories of our daily rou- tine at school, the joy at the end of a victorious game, the pride of having a champion wrestling team, and also the ex- citement of walking home through the new fallen snow, for the first time in my life, But besides all this, there is some- thing that is far more important to me and for which each of you, individually, is responsible. That is the friendship I found here, the warmth with which you welcomed me when I first got here. You will understand better what I mean if you ever get to be thousands of miles, away from home. Now all I can say is that I am eternally grateful to all of you who helped me to have this year filled with happiness and I am very proud of being Fridley's first A. F. S. student. You will never be forgotten by me and remember always that you've a friend in a far away land. - Em Deus, eu ehes fico eternaments grata. Felicidades! Iraci Tavares IQ , K r X HJC " 1 A X3lHL,'f 'f M t Y Flu i f, 7l X NATIONAL HONGR SOCIETY X X President f ARD MEYER ? Y Naiional Honor Sooieig Regular Members Probaiiona ROW 1: K. Rumreich, I. Travares, G. Skoglund, J. Adams, S. Hildebrandt ROW 2: C. Holman, R. Engelhardt, C. Kile, G. Tenold, M. Vasecka Advisor - Mrs. Grier ROW 3: J. Kirkham, L. Lucast, E. Meyer, B. Massof, P. Pentz Members ROW 1: K. Dragos, C. Johnsrud, A. Kohlan, C. Wagner S. Halling, B. Lucast ROW 2: J. Eli, M. Good, S. Dodson, G. Bowe B. Schilling, D. Fritz Qiudeni President Rik Engelhardt Vice President Dave Johnson Secretary Kay Mueller Treasurer Ed Meyer If X, 6 ROWI Ed Meyer, D. Johnson, K. Mueller, R. Engelhardt. ROW II D. Berg, G. Skoglund, R. Kent, M. Good, C. Johnsrud, C. Holman, K. Dragos, C. Wagner, S. Halling, Y. Beidron, I. Travares, P. Hirschi. 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Mrs. Schaaf, advisor, C. Nygaard, J. Anderson, K..D1'agos, S. Gritti, J. Olson, D. Ewy, N. Gadd, C. Johnson, P. Gabrelcik, S. Manthei ROW II. L. Pelton, R. Smith, K. Nygaard, K. Beck, J. Olson, I. Anderson, C. Carrigan, B. Johnson, A. Ehlert, M. Olstead, M. Pratt, C. Cavin ROW III. V. Nelson, C. Kirch, S. Alfredson, Y. Biedron, D. Hammer, I. Anderson, M. Goclon, B. Lucast, D. Yurick, P. Humnick, L. Baehr, K. Hubley ROW IV. S. Mueller, M. Tanner, K. Fredrick, S. Arnmerrnan, S. Vandervest, G. Case, P. Peterson A. Watkins, M. Anstine, K. Mulrooney - is - .E- ROW 1: C. Nygaard, J. Szyplinski, L. Larson, N. McTaggart, L. L. Longerbone, I. Golden, C. Evans, S. Hyvare, N. Gadd, L. Hanson, M. Dean, L. Bocan, K. Mullins, C. Prindle, L. Andrews W. Thunberg, C. Gilstead, K. Aune ROW 2: P, Bradley, L. U1- bergi, S. Gritti, K. Grage, K. Nygaard, P. Boone, B. Erickson, K. Car son, C. Szyplinski, R. Holland, C. Melin, C. Schwantes, L. Kammerman, ROW 3: M. Youmans, S. Peterson, R. Engelhardt, C. Wagner, S. Halling, S. Taylor, K. Maas, R. Tovsen, K. Amundson, C. Elseth, D, Yurick, J. Olson, J. Anderson, P. Hurnnick, W. Muri ROW 4: T. Zaier, S. Skiba, R. Peterson, S. Erkel, L. Pepek, P. Bacon, C. Carrigan, K. Johnson. N. Elliot, H. Hart, C. Callander, C. Anderson, C. Holman ROW 5: C. Nalepka, P, Lee, L. Johnson, N. Harrington, K. Larson, S. Ia- cobson, M. Olrnstead, S. Williams, D. Fritz, J. Eli, M. Vasec- ka, P, Mills, T. Marxen, J. Stark, President - Connie Vice-president - Nancy McTaggart Treasurer - I an Eli Secretary - Mary Vasecka Parliarnentarian - Rik Engelhart Historian - Pat Bradley T.A Debaie ROW I: C. Wagner, L. Hansen, R. Engelhardr, P. Boone, G. Tenold ROW II: R. Masson, C. Holman, M. Vasec ka, G. Bowe, M. Kinney, Advisor Mr. Tom Myhra Officers e President - Cynthia Wagner Secretary - Mary Vasecka Vice President - Leslie Hanson Treasurer - Greg Bowe 5 Q " " Sia rdusi Ca si Mary Ann Goclon, Paula Biermann, Kathy Nelepka, Sandy Hildebrandt, Susie Erkel, Penny Lent, Roxanne Peterson, Kathy Milcarek, Renee Masson, Kathy Mulrooney, Lee Ann Pepek, Steve Krantz, Gene Tenold, Pa nl Kirkham, Jack Kirkham, B111 Garten, Craig Kile, Rik Engelhardt. Chxb Dvama ROW X1 B. Tovsen, S, Mixedson, L. Pekon, 9. Bxadkey, S. kmdebraudt, A. Roman ROW 'La P. Lent, WE. Hummck, Smith, RC. Zena, NX. Gochn ROW 3: N. Xlammeimav., R. Engkekxaidi, R. ?e1exson, S. Eikek, S. Wikhams, Miss Em Bdvisex M! Pr Vi Ssld Ce Pres' Cnr: L S ldeljt ee pe : ROX pek P e I ' Cre tary- Y . Pe ISI-SOD Ll bllclryl . pau P 1 S1 5 Bienify Lent SDH S5111 H President Gene Skoglund Popcorn Chairman Skip Carlson Vice President Russ Holland Secretary-Treasurer Tony Yourick 'S Club ROW I B. Skog, D. Gertzen, L. Simon, R. Engelhardt, G. Gertzen, G. Skoglund G. Tenold, K. Bradley, R. Holland, T. Morris ROW II R, Ammend, R. Ammend, P. Stark, M. Good, R. Pratt, J. O'Lough1in, P. Vagovich, J. Kirkham, G. Long. ROW III K. Bloom, T. Williams, J. Sawyer, B. Mathison, R. Hubley, D. Johnson, R. Sachs, T. Johnson, E. Meyers, B. Toews. ROW IV P. Pentz, C Sorum, B. Massof, D. Carlson, T. Obrycki, R. Jacobson, S. Dodson, S. Lucas, B. Fritz 5 , ROW . To Vsea, . Mafztbeg ROW ff Gm 6 - M8064 Am Svblezlvlnao. fi 5101221210 , 017,95-el jyzayell N. RI-ner 2: P' Leila L' Ulbefg- fi A-11?7l11I0'SO1I, Weglelg P. fYll12712fCfxQ C. E12'C'fr'SO12, P, Bje1-117311, Q. MQSSOQ ROW 579f?Jf"i'fdC Q Lee, C. Anderson, L, B95-ebef R A411153 S- WIYQHUJS, C. Kassow 3: R. ,gg L Sr-arlg France b olu French I ' k dY - Rlc 11 esidentsident if-3 ick P1136-Pre - Pat Humliall S fC S11 IS. Treat 1' " M .SO Advl 33 G C Qs Xmsoix, C. X, X1leXo , 6 . Q 9 , ifmxxxmo, X, Czmsoxx, XJ. Mownoefoooe, 5 owe, wh. Saw, Ya. 6660, X. XNXGYNQOMX. C- XX XJ. Sdsoxx, Ya. CYSGXXX, 5. 996300. emo, G. movxvex, Q-. iam, S. V230 , XQYSOYX, XIX XXX YJ. 'GONE XXI 6 ' X660 XX NX. RO q,aX vi 'bi 5 . W aw eximax ' X, Vw C . 'Emi Xsot , wi- Bog GMO, XXX , MQ kwa Vx. Obvg MW wg, 16. XIX Oi em, PX. X. XIX xfxiss C- Meq , S. 'Ala 01901 , aw, Sta 69,6 , Bw X. SK Eggexx, CXN aw me-,, Y . Ouxxfmxvg , C. Y'-in . Exxaax, G. 'ienoX6, C. Ylwqxk, S+ SQOKKYX X Btamexg Samoa teasuxex - Q5 Ytesidem . 9958 Swdw Hxxaebmm xamxxex Xlice Yieskdem . Seotemq . CMQWXB 84 reich President - Kathy RLEIIHSOS V. President ' Secret3FY ' Jan lmgread , Martha O T easurer I - Ioanll I-'Hman Sergeant at Arms Qp3hiSh ROW I. K. Dragos, P. Boone, K. Rumreich, L. Hansen, C. Elserh, B. Erickson, B. Lucasr ROW II. I. Haedrhe, S. Sward, C. Morrison, L. Bocah, K. Mischke, N. Liesen, I. Luh- man, A. Watkins ROW III. B. Nelson, C, Nalepka, N. Harrington, S. Blaisdell, P. Nelson, M. Olmstead, I. Eli Pep Club Z- L. Brenne, I. Thunberg ROW II C. Polkey D. Rosenbauer, K. Carlson, N. Minard, L. Kammerman, L. Melin ROW III S. Andres, M. Vasecka, Sue Williams, M. Youmans, S. Erkel, M. Pratt ROW I B. Tovsen, N. Gadd, S. Alfredson, L. Greig, N. Thayer, Officers President Joan Anderson Vice President Charlene Corgard Treasurer Pual Stark Secretary Cheri Cavin TICJERS President Russ Holland r Vice President Maria Youmans Secretary Linda Andrews U ROWI C. Nygard, A. Bangsund, M. Martin, N. Gadd, S. Manthei, T. Lent, J. Norberg advisor ROW II A. Palm, K. Rumriech, I. Adams, L. Kammerman, P. Humnick, P. Biermann, J. Olson, N. Miller, R. Haidle ROW III K, Wegler, T. Linclbloom, Susan Alfredson, L. Andrews, C. Kirch, C. Melin, B. McNair, A. Kohlan, R. Firnstahl ROW IV H. Hart, M. Youmans, I. Pragal, D. Johnson, B. Fritz, R. Holland, S. Williams, C. Branter P. Carlson Phoiographg w i H. Kavchar, F. Gerard, C. Levan, B. Swanson, J. Vasecka ROW III. P Stark D Me er L. Dean L. Lee S. Randall e 1- ya n o 1 -iglfiuil ROW I, M. Goshy, B. Landt, S. Gerber, D. Cobb, M. Messer ROW II. U I ROW I. D. Larson, B. Swanson, B. Huge, R. Ammend, P. Stark, R. Ammend ROW II. S. Sward, D. Cooper, C. Sweet, S. Hildebrandt, B. Messer, S. Habig, Mr. Rossing ROW III. I 0 Case, D. Larson, I. Haan, T. Kluender, L. Burton, I. Stark 88 Visua Tigerieers nn ROW I: P. Lent, C. Szyplinski, C. Cavin ROW II: Y. Biedron, K. Polkey, W. Thunberg, S. Samuelson, R. Peterson, I. Biedron, J. Szylpinski ROW III: P. Bacon, B. Nelson, M. Olstead, P. Neuman, J. Olson, V. Anderson, T. Zaier Officers k-Oh YP' .zlfxr President Yvonne Biedron, Vice President Roxy Peterson, Secretary Wanda Thunberg 89 Officers Vice President Sue Ann Williams Treasurer Par Bacon President Sue Alfredson Secrerar ' Rec. Secretary Kay A une y Chris Kirch Nurse's ROWI S. Alredson, C. Cavin, M. Goclon, I. Anderson, ROW II C, Carigan, L. Baher, K- F1'ed1?iCk. P. Humnick, K. Dragos, M. Olstead J. Anderson, R. Olson Librarg ROWI N. Nelson, B. Holman, M. May, B. Cooper, C. Anderson, E. Graman, G. Sch Schmedike, T. Zaier, K. Baker, S. Hildebrant, F. Schwantes, E. Huge, E. Georgius, Librarian ROW II R. Haidle, M. Dean, C. Polkey, D. Rosenbower, K. Mullins, R. Zaier B. Babineaw, S. Biersdorj, A. Obrycki, K. Beck Conceri A f Y ' "7g' "' B Vx xx ROW I: R. Engelhardt, L. Hansen, N. McTarget, S. Stegman, N. Henkel. ROW II: A. Kohlan, I. Luhman, N. Gadd, C. Morrison, K, Waldeen, I. Kirkham, K. Fredrick, C. Sweet ROW III: I. Schultz, K. Larson, A. Palm, D. Hammer, J. Kashuba,W. Gersher, B. Garten, D. Stevenson, B. Messer, R. Aune, S. Eggert ROW IV: S. Vandervest, D. Ewey, P. Kirkhamf D. Takkinen, L. Bakeburg, B. Olson, B. Gottwoldt President Tom Morris Vice President Roger Hubley Assistant Secretary Dan Takkunen Treasurer Ed Meyer Band ROW 1 S. Krantz, M. Schlixman, C. Holman, B. Lucast, M. Larson, N. Harring ton ROW 2 B. Kinsman, A. Watkins, B. Massoff, K. Simmons, S. Wlliams, J. Peterson, J. Stewart ROW 3 R. Hubley, I. Sutton, E. Meyer, T. Morris, B. Mas sof, N, Ritter, F, Pllmer, L. Lucast, L. Zuber, J. Elsberry, R. Whitnauer, C. Kile ROW 4 S. Luhman, S. Halling, Mr. Lake, C, Iohnsrud, C. Morris Rik EI1g1ChH1'd'f Carmella Wegler 93 Girls' Glee Club ROW I. K. Mischke, D. Victor, S. Skiba, B. Erickson, D. Farnham, D, Ewy, A. Nelson, C. Brantner, K. Petti- piece, ROW II. G. Case, N. Elliott, M. Carvens, N. Kamrnerman, S. Erkel, C. Prindle, V. Mor, N. Liesen, D Kuxyk. Mrs. Carpenter. " " Choir ROW I. M. Flentie, Y. Biedron, M. Walton, D. Yurick, J. Corgard, N. Thayer, K. Fredrick, ROW II. K. Zenz M. Heller, B. Lucast, R. Firnstahl, K. Hubley, K. Amundson, ROW III. T. Legun, R. Schlins, M. Good, D. Bo- land, D. Stevenson, T, Bensteas, B. Watlou, ROW IV, D. Melander, B. Hagdord, G. Eastlack, D. Johnson, B. Fritz, T. Marxen, 94 OH? ce rs ? W K 'Awww--31 ' Sl i 9'-, H "T 15 , 'N' -'-- --ft-wg, "Y Q M25 E... - ' f- 5512. fi Y in V I ii' L F ' 1 ' In I President Dave Johnson Vice President Connie Holman Secretary Yvonne Biedron Treasurer Jim Elsberry Junior Representative Del Yurick Sophomore Representative Michelle Heller " " Choir ROW I. P. Hirschi, S. Halling, K. Adams, K. Mulrooney, K. Maas, J. Herman, ROW II. S. Ordemann, G. Skog lund, C. Holman, C. Elseth, I, Kelleher, S. Bloom. ROW IV. C. Sorum, W. Urista, S. Krantz, D. Powell, B. Sachs, I. Elsberry 95 O 4 Bengaluan NANCY KAUFERT NANCY OLSON Assistant Editor Copy Editor JANE ANDERSON Organizations MARY ANN GOCLON Ed1tor PAUL STARK KAY AUNE Photographer Staff IEA NNE ADAMS Underclassmen YVONNE BIED RON Staff RIK ENGELHARDT Sports Editor Sports Editor MARY VASECKA Business Manager 'Disraeli Remember that song "Do You Believe in Magic?" Well, I do. That is the magic, in the memory of our schooldays, activities, and friendships." For you Seniors, who now have strong founda- tion upon which you may build your vocations, such phases as "Remember when we. . .4" will probably oc cur in your conversations as this year draws to a close. To you unclerclassmen, take advantage of the vision and understanding that these very productive and valuable school years offer you. So, as you leaf through these pages of your year- book, and you're pleased by this record of your achievements and activities, the endeavors of your yearbook staff shall be rewarded. Special Thanks to a really wonderful staff and advisor Best wishes for each of you, Mary Arm Goclon Editor MA RIA YOUMA NS Staff SUE ANNE WILLIAMS Art Editor 1 CONNIE HOLMAN Business Manager 97 We Dedioaie These Two Pages +o Mr. John Flood Mr. Flood, you have been a true friend to us. Plus that, you have helped us in par- ticular through your classes, and as yearbook advisor for this yearbook staff and many oth- ers. You have overlooked our forgetfulness, our carelessness, and our inconsideration. You have rnade us look within ourselves and laughg you have helped us along the road of maturity. How can we say thank you to a man who has done all this? We could have given you a medal, but instead, since this is your last year as yearbook advisor, we chose to dedicate these two pages to your a man who is himself dedicated. "Hmmmmmm, what shall we do today?" "I d0n'r know!" a Man Who Is Himself Dedioaied Q "How about Macbeth?" "What's wrong with Macbeth?" "I like Macbeth! I' P 'P' k kxbo , - , 1::efff::fsfrf2S4'v4fC?2ffWfi'fl-W 'f giiiiifiilwiiii P-FQ Infernaiional Fair T353 ' ' ' W X - A XT3QyRg,qjJwvgWQJ iubgix A, J L6 ,' ' ' . - X IU , 3 QW W UV' dy 51,116,427 Y' WK ,WZQJL Q! 'Jw 015 9 VX nf Q WM y Pu VJ My J 6711? J A HY W WM W ,J 0 QW O xy X Vx N Wnj JM ,Zn Kffu-afrwwl., I 4 Jw Qu A - iv ,M ,UM 5 , CD7 I 3. 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A Game io Remember Fridleg Over Saini Paul Park WE COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT! OH, WHAT A IOLLY FOURSOME! ARE YOU FEELING ALRIGHT, DAVE? WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING AT? DO YOU WANT SOMETHING? WE'LL HAVE NONE OF THIS! W "U-f ,Q N30 JN H, Q ff f A ww f Q? E5 A, G megldenl 9 Council O To n Phgsical iiness "Fitness comes first at Fridley. " i Robert O'Nei11 Academics is not the only important part of a Fridley SILlCl61'lI'S education. As President Kennedy said, "The strength of our democracy is no greater than the collective well-being of our people. The vigor of our country is no stronger than the vitality and will of all our countrymen. The level ofphys- ical, mental, moral and spiritual fitness of every American citizen must be our constant concern. " f f 1 - .. f If .1 "' N " 1 i Co-Educational Volleyball - - - with a basketball fxfziv FQEUQ gd Fr if J rgg I: jhlys M Cross Counirg ROW I: R. Engelhardt, D. Ammend, K. Bradley, E. Lone , ,5 ' ROW II: 'Coach Hokenson, J. Long, K. Parks, E. Hollman, B. Ammend 4' , Stride out! Stride out! was the constant cry from Coach Hokenson that was heard by the Fridley Cross 1, Country team and that was exactly what they did. , 0 1 Finishing only 4 points behind Conference Champion, P, Osseo, this was a truly great season. Next year's ' ,v promises to be even greater. Il I 5 P o 7 - v U 4 v Y Y- These are track shoes! CAPTAIN Bob Ammend i. aa . AA .M .M 4,,""y9"'lf5if'ZiiV2LLlL?4":f4eef,,a,,fg,f,5W, , H -ig gf' M . K .,., ,M V f-" ,X 3 V , 5' ...mf ' 'b 2 V J -7- 5iffVsf VV' 5 2 -we-. fl ..,V.,,, ,,. , ' L' " .1 f . ., 5 V255 - 'V . , f 1' E 1 1- 'fQV'fV2,: f MV. V. 9 V " ' V J ,, wa-5 mg U4 SS ..,, '25 2.5 5-usa-- 4' Va..-52-mf 5. X, A . . m ..., az: 5 2 Q I + :si-' Q' , 11 ,, - ,.,. i Q A ' n H 21,9, . g .-if E, , , . 53:5 2. , 5 6 . 9255 .5 I Q? ig, 5 A ..,,, , ,.,, E 5 5 u1aa,,f,..g. 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"Fry Fridley on Friday" was the cry of the An "' Brooklyn Center Centaurs as they planned to - whip Fridley on a Homecoming date, but '! the Tigers sizzled them by the score of 16-O. The Tigers then lost to 'Forest Lake, but the following week came up wirh.an unfor- gettable win. They gave a state ranked. team, the Mahtomedi Zephyrs, the air by beating them to the score of 19-13. The Tigers ended their great season by winning 26-21 over St. Francis. Fridley placed two football players on the All-Conference team. They were Russ Holland and Bob Massof. Three players were given Honorable mentiong Captain Dave Johnson, Pete Vagovich, and Mike " Good. ,, Congratulations to a hard-working team. six A 3 h Q 4 an 5 ' I s N K ,sf I got ir! CAPTAIN Dave II6 Varsiig f i ROW I: B. Sachs, J. Sawyer, B. Toews, D. Osborne, G. Sachs, R. Bakeberg, C. Hay- ward, S. Dodson, S. Pentz ROW II: Coach Holum, D. Johnson, R. Jacobson, B. Massof, B. Fritz, D. Carlson, E. Meyer, B. Schilling, T. Yurick, R. 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UCL wc 1 11 ug-Jw zwwwef, UQ. way KWWL, QM mil, mi lmzu Um oi HL Qjwg jg .11 YA xLL."!x '5 I I as-5.4-nr f--und'-f ,sd""" J l2I Athletic Director As Big 10 champion wrestler when he was at the University, Donald Meyers brought fame to him- self and to the University. Now as athletic director and the assistant principal of the Jr. High he is bringing fame to Fridley. Without the leadership of Mr. Meyers, sports at Fridley would never be as great as it is today. It is impossible to completely express our gratitude - we can just say - THANKS. AM0 x . ' wfifgfwyfb X xf"!j,' I ,'X 'A' V '-V f ? 7' 1 f' Ww f 1 4Q ' Q, A I I V lf' 2 ff 7 -4, f r ' f X l '1 W u X JIM N T ff U f w IJU , mf' 1 KVM X 1 . MV" Ya f Y 'Xi' I23 Q ll Ggmnashos her, D. Simmons ROW III: H. Gottwaldt, Langseth, I. Kirkham, D. Osborne, B. Burns, I. Martin, Coach Johnson 'fi ROW I: B. Isaacson, R. Boone, D. Legun, D. Sampson, R. Preison, R. Olson, I. Cullen ROW Il: J Stock ton, D. Palm, J, Bernhardt, L. Bourgerie, S. Anderson, P. Chase D. Holmquist, I. Wallace, P. Gallag B. Swanson, L. Simon, I. Stark, P, Kirkham, S, Luhman I Q 'Q on -5 1 1 Q is - 9 1 1 1 5 ,g 9 Q Q 0 an - Gymnastics, a very ex- citing individual sport, is only in its 3rd year at Frid- ley. There are seven events in which a person can perform: free exercise, tumbling, trampoline, par- allel-bars, high bar, side horse, or still rings. Al- though we did not have an extremely successful year, we did finish 3rd in the Skyline Conference and we met some excellent teams such as the state champions and runners-up. Almost all our "A 'l class is returning next year, and a very, very promising fu- ture lies in the large "B" COACH JOHNSON squad. Co-Captains JA CK and DA VE - Q,-.iisszgw-1 ,K Hockeg ROW I: S. Ogren, I. Perkins, J. O'Laughlin, B. Mathison, B. Toews, T. Wager ROW Il: B. Enroth, M Wessman, I. Krzyska, R. Pratt, S. Dalan, R. Steenerson G. Johnson, K. Bradley, E. Hollman A large Part of our team went on the ice to their place on A squad for the first time. Although the team was young and inexperienced it accomplished at least two important things: the building of a nu- cleus for future teams, andthe adoption of a "We try harder" attitude. Mr. Roberge, our new hockey coach, has done a terrific job in leading the team to achieve these attitudes and to continually try for wins. Captain Bruce Mathison received honorable mention. Fridley now has a hockey program for younger boys, so we can look forward to teams that are developed before the season starts. C ,Q Q 9 9 Q is 5 Q ss 0 Q 0 Sigrid Mueller, Cynthia Iohnsrud, Val Nelson Captain Bruce Mathison ,,,., .,,, , my v' a , im, , ,N ,z.. T , K Ami -11,1-M.. -'43, :.1:fw,,. lgggyfwfi . . W,..,,. . . S. 1 . J 1 1 K, A ' 1 . 'X ja-5 ny. Qgfiiffleial f -fifth! -fm .L ,,. . A' - ..a,:afi11 "kk IW. V, .z'wge'2M , n'ff1av1f?giigi:fi-5 ,qu ,,,, , Aflglkij L: fx! 5:iYS?1E23?:Ef Azz .2--wx FIA Wie? - -W f-my Iidwrip 13: ...T ., . z vw. .,,,B I .. S gg gr ,i N RSL 15 xhwex. 1 ,ge N s,wf:P21'i?5' sw W ' IIA .s,.. QW .,,. - askeiball J. Schultz, R. Johnson, J. Griffin, T. Marxen, T. Yurick, D. Carlson, C. Hayward, B. Fritz, D. Gabrelick, B. Schilling, C. Sorum, D. Johnson, G. Skoglund, Manager T. Benstead Cf' " '- .. ' ',- - ',- , 1, Another winter sport has finally gained recognition not only around Fridley but around surrounding communities. The Fridley basketball team had a terrific season which will always be remembered. The Tigers started out their season by beating Minneapolis West 53-40. Later they beat St. Paul Johnson, and in the Christmas tournament whipped highly avored Roosevelt 73-52. In conference competition the basketball team started out badly by losing four in a row. They lost to Osseo 51-46 fovertimeJ, Brooklyn Center 63-50, St. Paul Park 60-39 and Ma itomedi 52- 47. The Tigers didn't give up for they hustled right back into place by whipping the Chiefs 64-36. They tumbled Spring Lake Park by 49-41. Striking back for an unforgettable loss the driving Tigers skipped over the Orioles 45-43. Jim Griffin set a new school record y dipping in 33 points to win the game over Forest Lake 63-55. We then ended our winning streak by losing again to St. Paul Park 44-57. Our Tigers lost a heart-breaking game 57-58 to the Centaurs. We regained our winning stretch by clawing St. Francis 63-56 Mahtomedi 46-41, Centennial 61-42 and finally the Panthers 64-41 to keep the "Bucket" for an- other year. The Tigers placed third in the con- ference with -a record of 8-6 and an overall rec- ord of 11-7 for the season. All of the losses were soon to be forgotten when Fridley went into the District play-offs. The Tigers finally stopped the Centaurs 61-55 Diane Fritz and then we advanced to our second game of Cindy Meun the Districts. Fridley, the underdogs, gave everybody a surprize by stomping on Elk River SUC PGISTSO11 60-51. Advancing into the semifinals the glreat Tigers stretched over Osseo 52-50 gaining t e right to participate in the District inals. An upset was soon to occur for the Tigers clawed the favored winners, Coon Rapids,60-52 winning the District title and a chance to play in the Region. Fridley has been the only school in our conference to win the District and of course it is the first title for the GREAT Tigers. Fridley then went to the Region where we lost our first game to Mounds View by a disappointing score of 40-43. Another sad loss fol- Chris Kirch lowed to St. Paul Harding 49-50 thus we lost all hopes for the consola- Sandy Gritti tion title. Sue Alfredson Fridley has surprized a few people this season and for certain there are more surprizes to come in future years. The Yearbook Staff would like to congratulate a great, victorious Tiger team. Squad ROW I: R. Brazil, W. Urista, B. Watlov, R. Kent, R. Kruger, I. Kelleher, I. Schultz ROW II: T. Marx en, B, Schilling, T. Tveit, J. Eggert, S. Bloom, J. Lemkins, D. Gabrelcik, C. Hayward The "B" squad ended up its great 1965-66 season with a record of13-3. This record is be- lieved to be one of the best a "B" squad has ever achieved. Also a note to the sophomore team who ended up its season with a 7-3 recordt The hard work of Coach Barnette and these boys will be greatly appreciated next year, be- cause Frid1ey's future basketball 'teams promise to be great. f x if f Z .1 -, X ' ' .ms f 'fa' B .li 'H ' 'Hs lsr ..,:.. -1-5 ' . sw , . ' 's-- ,-me.: . il fr-:3azs1-1.5 ., ,,, . " a r ' gig-,F - . f W ,jrfiil . A r, A ,,,n,- is , ,gl it riffs s N H . 1 essss f , ' lfliiai- . , . .yxfirf - -'fig ,yu - '1 11 12-ff 'A if t si , is lk 4 is 1 as-f .1 1 ,. . , 4 V -ffm: ,f- 11:11-gf - :ah-a fears , wif M35 YW. tnS.i,SWr1i-gf" 55,5 ' J -L ' be 1 33 2 J ,gig ffm ,ggg-me 1 -' my , '. P 1 1 2 1 COA CH BA RNETTE ff?YisE2S2':. ::ifE5Q.1?l. Q25 - ,Z 1 f N. Ritter, L. Melin, L. Bakeberg, P. Carlson, K. Carlson, N Gadd, A. Johnsrud fnot picturedj 4 L I Wrestling ROW l: K. Cochran, R. Lennox, D. Gertzen, J. Olson, G. Gertzen, S. Carlson ROW Il: M. Good, R. Holland, C. Palmer, S. Dodson, B. Massof ROW lll: T. Obrycki, D. Doyle, K. Bloom, S. Pentz, B. Massof, P. Pentz - .Q " ps " - .1 Q ,- I "Again" and "again" and "again" are familiar words around Fridley High. The Tigers wrestling team increased their winning string to 36 in a row--the longlest in Minnesota history. Also for the past four years the Tigers ave clinched the conference crown. The wrestlers started out their season with a victory in the Fridley invitational edging Hopkins 100-98. The Tigers stamped out Mahtomedi 40-5 and beat the Orioles 38-6. Fridley then wiped out St. Francis 41-10 and took the Edina invitational 101-79 Qlidinaj. Following that victory St. Paul Park bowed to us by the score of 29-9. Another night proved to be exciting when the Tigers whipped our famed rivalry, the Panthers, 2 -18. The next three matches Fridley won, Brooklyn Center 34-11, Cen- tennial 27-11, and Forest Lake 34-11. The Centennial bout ended sadly, for Tiger Pat Pentz was injured in the final seconds of 'his match, cancelling him out for the rest of the season. The Tigers then ended their season by clawing last years state champ, Cooper, by the score of 23-18. The six wrestlers named to the all conference team were Duane Gertzen, Jim Olson, Mike Good, Gary Gertzen, Russ Hol- land and Steve Dodson. The Tigers placed second in the District with the following boys qualifying for the Region tournament: Duane Gertzen, Mike Good, Gary Gertzen, Russ Holland, Steve Carlson, and Cal Palmer. Fridley placed fourth in the Region where champions Russ Holland and Duane Gertzen advanced to the State tournament. STATE CHAMP Russ Holland, unbeatable in conference competition, finally achieved his hard earned goal. He also placed first in District and Region. At the end of a fine season the Tigers were rated third in State. Congratulations to a job well done and deserved. l32 4 ,f 1 Co-Captains GARY and RUSS l Cheerleaders : .. , ,, ., , Kay Mueller, Linda Andrews, Bonnie McNair 0 'f I 1, B i L Q. 1 'Z u n ? 9 Q fl 4 77 ITT ROW I: S. Wiess, S. Lind, F. Ierkovich, S. Ordemann, K, Knudsen, I. Carlson ROW II: T. Obrycki, T. Johnson P. Anderson, S. Pentz, R. Aune, B. Sachs ROW III: K. Parke, D. Peterson, G. Lohmer, R. Schlins, I. Erickson, E. Lone, A. Clair, B. Massof, G. Phillips, D. Lynch I33 E S 2 S x 1 Q1 .4 V . V5 15, V V Mm Q 91 S Q if in .Q 4 V ' 3 L5 m , wsu Q My ,bars S iw 5 X5,51WiE?'i?Q S3 vs V V wwf V JUTPJ M is 1 .Q W? QV f -4 QW 4511 5 fu Q K Egg E A qgwgiw ,Q ssflgfia x N 2.35 I f ...,. mx V :W m V ,Q ,QV 3.F3?1hQig',, ziggy Www, VV if ,G VZ, V ,wx 5 Q3 'Zim M if Y fVq,:',fVf MV, K. 'rw V VV ef 'V my 46 W' N V im :RQ 5.5 s -H M Vw :QW wg qyap id M J 2 ,V yi. -gl-sl 4 4 V Nr.. W. . 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"B" Squad I38 Varsity Baseball Picture Not Available if 1 1 Track Allez-oop Run, Run, and when you're too tired to run you must run some more! Or if you would rather high jump or put the shot or pole vault, you can. Track, the most popular spring sport at Fridley, offers all this and more. The 1965 season was very successful with a 3rd in the Skyline Conference, one of they hardest track conferences in the State. Thanks to Mr. Hokenson and the enthusiasm of the team we can look forward to more successful seasons. E , .- f .. 1 .- Q v 1 f ROW I: S. Ordemann, R. Ammend, S. Blaisdell, J. Gritti, T. Williams, J. Sawyer, D. Longerbone, I. Zenz, K. Bloom, R, Ammend, B. Watlov, K. Bradley ROW II: S. Davenport, G. Peterson, R. Rumerich, P. Pentz, M. Bjerkesett, D. Olson R.'Smith, G. Hunt, L. Matthews, B. Fritz, R. Holland R. Larson, B. Brazil Golf saltw- I. Gerard, Rhode, G. Moore, M. Holland, S. 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