Gale Ettrick Trempealeau High School - Arrowhead Yearbook (Galesville, WI)
- Class of 1972
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' i i 'N
f N W VGole-Ettrick B
Qi K' Trempeoleou
Yf ' High School
- X f I Co-editors: I
I David Brown I
X L Mrs. G. Honson
Joint success: When Trempeale au consolidated with the
already combined Gale-Ettrick, the Redmen's football
team acquired three starters, end Dennis Blank and
linebacker Glenn Brommerick and Dan Brueggen, a few
reasons why the Redmen are 6-0 so far this season and
holders of a 31-game winning streak, currently the
longest streak among high schools in Wisconsin. De-
fending Coulee Conference champion, Gale-Ettrick
is 5-0 in the Coulee thus far.
"The three have been valuable additions," Gale-
Ettrick's coach Russ Lund remarked. "We thought we
would be strong on defense this ye ar and we have been.
Our offensive line has been the surprise for us."
"With a 190-pound average across our defensive front
five, we are bigger than we normally are. Par has
been from 160-165. Offensively, we don't have one
'big gun' although Steve Scheller is a hard, strong
rtmner at fullback, with 12 touchdowns. "
Actually the Redmen's 31-game skein has come under
two different coaches, Lund and Larry Whittier. Lund
replaced Whittier in 1969, so the Redmen have 22
straight victories under Lund's tutelage. Whittier took
a coaching spot at a small independent school near
Brommerick, 175-pound senior, and Brueggen, 165-
pound senior, lend agility to the defense, while Blank,
6-foot-5, 200-pounder, goes both ways at end.
Gale-Ettrick, No. 1 rated among small schools in
Wisconsin in the final Associated Press football poll in
1970 and 1969, now has 499 students in its top four
grades, placing it in the large school class. Cut off
between classes in Badgerland is 400.
Reprinted with permission from the St. Paul Pioneer
Press. Article by Chuck Dixon
Not only on the football field has unity been shown
but also in the classroom. Students met new friends
and adjusted rapidly to working together. They worked
as a te am not only in sports but in student council,
classes, various clubs and other social activities all for
the betterment of their school, G. E. T.
Co nten Ts
Activities and Organizations
A dministration and Faculty
ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC AND VOCATIONAL
REDMEN SET HIGH STANDARDS
CLASS CDF '72
The class of 1972 was the first graduating class of the
Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School with members of
the class anxiously awaiting their graduation.
The year was started successfully with an exciting Home-
coming week. The senior float placed second in the parade,
a senior dominated football team played a victorious season,
and the seniors sponsored the festively decorated Home-
coming dance, with music provided by the rock group,
As they enter the adult world, the members of the class of
1972 will always have lasting memories of their days at
ABOVE: English class really draws a crowd
Lynn Baird Carla Bell Robert Benrud
Judith Berg Lorenda Bieson Anita Bishop
Dennis Blank Daniel Bolte rm an
Rhonda Brandtner Daniel Brueggan
ABOVE: Very interesting . .
Glenn Brommerich Kathleen Butman
Samuel Cantlon Eileen Clark
Y X K a
Beverly Dahl Shari Dahl
Come on - I dare ya!
Carla Drugen Catherine Eichman
Daniel Folkadahl Connie Hanson
Betty He nthom
Michael Henderson Monica Henderson
ABOVE: Eileen Clark is working on a duplicating unit in her two-hour
block office practice class: .
Cynthia Jenson Debra Jessessky
Marcia Johnson Wendell Klein
Carlton Edward Kopp Marsha Krackow
ABOVE: Hey John, You forgot
What style !
ABOVE: Mike once again gives his
Michael McC1anahan Wayne McCutchen
Steven McDonah Wayne Meunier
Christine Moulton Wanda Nelse stuen
Reed Nie de rl-corn Richard Onsrud
Alan Paulson Paul Pederson
ABOVE: I find this kind of hard to believe!
Lu Ann Powell
Edward Przytarski II Steven Quall
Dean Remus Stanley Richason
Jacqueline Schuman Debbie Schultz
Eight sets of twins walk
the halls of G.E.T. Steven Scheller Mary Severson
fOne set is missingj
Ronald Severson Colette Solberg Daniel Spencer
Michael Stellflue Debra Stith Lori Stull
David Stuhr Carl Swenson Carla Swenson
Dorothy Sylvestor Richard 'Iruax Diane Walski
Kenneth Wason Margaret Welch Carol Williamson
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NEW CLUBS FORMED
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB
ROW 1: J. Bettesworth, J. Douglas, J. Stegemeyer, J. Paulus, M. MacDonald, T. Hovre, L. Jacobson,
D. Hanson, E. Komperud, T. Halderson, T. Mosier, J. Mulac, J. Richer, D. Anderson, D. Osborn, E.
Trim, R. MacPhetridge. ROW 2: D. Bolterman, L. Howe, W. Johnson, J. Hogden, R. Onsrud, J. McDonah,
D. Anderson, T. Hunter, R. Neiderkorn, N. Bell, P. Trim, G. Smith, V. Conrad, M. Clark, R. Tranberg,
J. Sahlstrom, L. Dahl. ROW 3: D. Baardseth, L. Wagner, M. Delaney, G. Thill, R. Buchholz, S. Heath,
M. McClanahan, R. Bice, E. Moller, C. Ouellette, B. Stephan, D. Rowlands, D. Baer, T. Smith, D.
Schirmer, Darrell Enright. ROW 4: Gary Mickelson, S. Renning, P. Halderson, P. Williamson, T. Johnson,
B. Harris, S. Richason, K. Wason, B. Benrud, J. Husie, T. Reimer, M. Stellflue, D. Remus, C. Ryder,
R. Severson, D. Evenson, R. Nastvold, W. Ziegler, M. Johnson.
The Industrial Arts Club was added this year at Gale-
Ettrick-Trempealeau High School. The club is open to any
student presently taking an industrial arts course. With its
membership ntunbering between 70 and 80, the club has
already engaged itself in many activities, such as open
shop, field trips, roller skating and a basketball team.
The club officers are Dean Remus, president, Paul
I-Ialderson, vice-president, Mike Mlsna, secretary, and
Todd Johnson, treasurer. The advisors for the club are
Mr. Duellman and Mr. Prussing.
A distinguished honor attained by the club was that of
being an affiliate of the Wisconsin Industrial Education
Association Inc. The award was presented to Mr. Duellman
at the WIEA convention in November.
R. Neiderkorn, E. Przytarski,
E. Kopp, K. Kriesel, D.
Harvey, B. Naer, J. Cantlon,
J. Hogden, S. Scheller, F.
Beseler, S. Kopp, I. Diamond.
The science club, one of the newer clubs at G. E. T. , has
participated in various activities. Working for scholarships
was popular with the senior members. H
A guest speaker from Viterbo College introduced the
members to many scientific fields.
Lectures and movies concerning water pollution in the
area were open to the public.
Field trips to various places such as the Trempealeau
Wildlife Refuge highlighted the year.
"Camelot", with all its magic,l
was the theme of the 1971 Junior
Prom. Knights and ladies of the
court attending were Wayne
Meunier, king, and Mary Ander-
son, queen, Ed Pryztarski and
Eileen Clark, Steve Scheller and
Anita Bishop, Mike Stellflue and
Lynita Docken, john Byom and
Marcy johnson, Alan Paulson, and
Connie Hanson and Chris Moulton
and Reed Neiderkorn. A
The mood of King Arthur'S time
was carried out with a simulated
castle, drawbridge and wall murals.
The effect was that of the romance
and mystery of medieval times, and
with music by the Continentals,
the setting was complete .
BELOW: Attendants: Eileen Clark and Ed Pryztarski.
RIGHT: Attendants: Anita Bishop and Steve Scheller
ABOVE LEFT: Attendants: Connie
Hanson and Alan Paulson. ABOVE
RIGHT: Attendants: Marcy johnson
and john Byom. CENTER: Home-
coming Court leads Grand March.
LOWER LEFT: Attendants: Chris
Moulton and Reed Neiderkom.
YEARBCGK DEADLINES COME AND GO
ANNUAL STAFF COPY
"Who's doing the Senior Directory"
"We've only got 30 more pages left! "
"Mrs. Hanson, is this captain okay?"
"When WAS that deadline?
These are a few of the comments which are heard time
and again during a yearbook meeting.
Meeting Monday through Thursday nights after school,
the staff is constantly busy trying to complete the re-
quired pages for each deadline.
With the addition of Trempealeau to Gale-Ettrick, the
annual now consists of 100 pages. With the increased
size of the yearbook, the work also increased.
Being part of annual staff is not all fun and games,
many times it's just plain drudgery. But the finished
product makes it all worthwhile.
ABOVE: Co- editors: Debbie Lund and Dave Brown
BELOW: E. Lettner, A. Paulson, A. Bishop, C. Hanson,
M. Johnson, L. Nelson, S. Manchuk, B. Schwarzhoff.
ABCVE: Let's get this over with - We've got better
things to do. 30
SPONSORS CHRISTMAS BALL
ABOVE: President, W. Klien, Vice-President, K.
Twesmeg Secretary, C. Wilber, Treasurer, D. Adams.
With the increased enrollment of 500 students at Gale-
Ettrick- Trempealeau this year, the Student Council voted to
change the number of class representatives from three to
five. Another significant change in the constitution now re-
quires a fall election from among the Junior Class represen-
tatives of a vice- president who will serve as president the
Major projects of the Student Council included the planning
and supervision of Homecoming activities the third week in
September and the sponsorship of a Christmas Ball on Dec-
ember 11th. A well-received innovation this year was the
presentation of an all-school Christmas party the last day
before vacation. Representatives of various student groups
provided a wide variety of entertainment, and judges
awarded cash prizes to three winners.
The operation of the pop machine continued to be a source
of income, enabling the Council to make a sizeable contri-
bution toward the purchase of the new out- door electric
scoreboard for the athletic field.
With a larger student body and more members, the Student
Council is looking to a future of increased activity and ser-
vice to the school. Much of the success of the Student Coun-
cil this year can be attributed to the time and effort given
by our active and interested advisor, Mr. Dave Lund.
BELOW: D. Adams, R. Grant, R. Wood, L. johnson, A. Lettner, C. Wilber, L. Parkhurst, J. Erickson, P.
Nichols, K. Twesme, Steve Scheller, jeff Hogden, Eileen Clark, Connie Hansen, D. Baer, P. Scheller, L. Klien,
KEYNOTE IS L
Service is the keynote of the Library Club.
Members promote reading and help fellow students
use the variety of materials in our learning center.
Members of the club also strive to stimulate
interest in librarianship as a profession. A paper-
back bookstore, staffed by the student librarians,
is open daily.
Each year the club sends a representative to the
stunmer workshop at the University of Wisconsin,
Madison campus. The group is affiliated with
SLAW fStudent Librarian Association of Wisconsinj
and also with the Western Wisconsin Student
Librarian Association. On December 11, members
attended the meeting of this group at Westby
High School. During the school year student
librarians held two pot-luck supper work sessions.
In April, through the efforts of club members,
National Library week was highly publicized in
both school and community.
ABOVE: LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS: C. Hanson, R. Smith,
K. Twesme, B. Lettner
BELOW: D. Schultz, Mrs. Twesme, B. Smith, D. Spencer, M. johnson, P. Williamson, S. Hanson, L. Nelson,
J. Berg, B. Johnson, C. Hanson, R. Severson, P. Jacobs.
ABOVE: V. Harris, B. Lettner, E. Oanes, P. Stellpflug, C. Stage, D. Cory, J. Schuman, J. I-Iodgen, W.
Nelsestuen, M. Anderson, B. Bahnub, K. Twesrne.
LEFT: Notice the
1ibrary's new bookshelves
to the right of this
ABOVE ROW 1: B. Lettner, K. Twesme, D. Adams. ROW 2: L. Sacia, J. Hogden, D. Lund
S. Hanson. ROW 3: K. Butman, C. Bonow, K. Kriesel, B. Aasland, B. Aasland. ROW 4:
D. Schirmer, K. Wood, J. Byom, D. Spencer, D. Schultz, Mrs. Nelson.
RIGHT: President, D. Spencer, Vice-President, D. Adamsg
Secretary, K. Twesmeg Treasurer, B. Meunier.
N.H. ........... .
NHS is a service organization to better our school and com-
The members of the National Honor Society worked this fall '
as guides for the Parent-Teacher Conference and sponsored
a mixer for the student body. Other activities have been
ushering at school events and running the college information
center in the library.
Since the merger of Gale-Ettrick and Trempealeau our
chapter has increased by seven members so new members will
not be initiated until early in 1972.
The officers for the 1971-72 school were president, Dan
Spencer, vice-president, Donna Adamsg secretary, Katy
Twesme, and treasurer, Wayne Meunier.
ABOVE: E'couter bien.
Students presently studying the French language and
those who have previously taken at least two high
school coursestare eligible to join Le Cercle Frangais.
Students of all levels meet and join in a number of
activities all of which focus around use of the foreign
language. A special treat is attending the Grand Gala
Diner at Eau Claire State University.
Students enjoy making different French patisseries such
as Buche De Noel, fa yule-logy, Eclairs and Napoleons
ROW 1: R. Aasland, B. Larson, B. Aasland, B. Aasland, A. Bishop, E. Clark, J. Hauser. ROW 2: B. Bahnub,
M. Conrad, C. Wier, A. Paulson, J. Olson, D. Spencer, M. Anderson, Mrs. Christianson. ROW 3: L. Docken,
L. Sanders, S. Hanson, R. Aasland, C. Hanson, C. Guthrie, S. Dettinger.
ROW l: R. Grant, J. Collins, C. Blankenhorn, L. Nelsestuen, H. Baye, D. Redsten, E. Howe. ROW 2: Mrs.
Christiansen, T. Cook, D. Allen, C. Stage, D. Wier, D. Spencer. ROW 3: M. Sacia, B. Sacher, J. Erickson,
B. Knepper, V. Henderson, S. Ofsdahl, L. Nelson.
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ROW ONE: B. Johnson, B. Williamson, B. Sacher, B. Knepper, E. Lettner, S. Dahl
D. Schirmer, J. Erickson, A. Kribs, S. Ofsdahl.
ROW TWO: C. Bonow, C. Hanson, C. Guthrie, K. Twesme, B. Hovell, W. Hilton,
K. Htmter, L. Stull, C. Kopp, M. McKeeth, D. Spencer, K. Hovell, J. Brenengen
A. Paulson, J. Hansen, J. Hilton, J. Carhart, V. Rindahl.
ROW THREE: S, Becker, C. Stage, P. Nichols, B. Lettner, K. Kopp, C. Glowchesk
B. Schwarzhoff, L. Krackow, L. Severson, A. Andow, L. Lebakken, C. Wason,
D. Wason, D. Gooden, D. Spencer, T. Hovre, K. Grover, J. Parkhurst, J. Scherr,
. T. Hovell, D. Allen, M. Wilber, P. Douglas, M. Olson, B. Enghagen, R. Lakey,
THE SOUND OF MUSIC
The first year of the G. E. T, High School Band C T T
has been a successful one. Expanding the
number of members and personnel has created
a better balance and sound.
In the fall of 1971, officers were elected: Jeff
Hogden, President, Leda Severson, Vice-
President, Pam Sacia, Secretary, and jane
A stage band was formed to produce another
form of music that the students enjoyed.
Three concerts were presented during the school
year: a Christmas concert that included medleys
of Christmas songs: a pops concert in February
with marches, rock tunes, and selections from
musicals, and a spring concert presenting music
performed at Festival.
During January, Mr. Burkhart, a student teacher
from La Crosse State University helped Mr.
Rowlands with the Band activities and has been
a great help to us all.
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
MIXED CHORUS AND GLEE CLUB
The Mixed Chorus and the Girls' Glee Club, under the direction of
Mr. Randall Swenson, presented four concerts in conjunction with
the high school band. A Christmas Concert was held December 15
and a Pop Concert in February. An early spring concert was held
which focused on the music which was performed at the District
Band and Choral Music Contest. The spring concert was held as a
finale of the year's work.
As an extra project, the chorus and glee club went Christmas
caroling in Galesville, ,Ettrick and Trempealeau.
The choral department tries to perform music from each different
musical period: Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic,
Contempory, and Pop Music.
Students are encouraged to participate in the solo and ensemble con
test with solos, duets, trios, and triple trios.
The 1971-72 officers of the Mixed Chorus were president, Alan
Paulson, Vice -President, Shauna Dettinger, Secretary, Margaret
Welch, and Treasurer, Mike McClanahan.
The Girls' Glee Club selected Monica Henderson as President, Jane
Beirne as Vice-President, Carol Williamson 'as Secretary and Diane
Walski as Treasurer.
ABOVE: Try this on for size
ROW 1: K. Newman, D. Bowman, N. Salzwedel, R. Dolle, S. Galewski, D. Pederson, D. Grover, R. Winters,
E. Oanes, R. Waldera, J. Beirne. ROW 2: N. Gibbons, B. Harnisch, J. Moller, S. Manchuk, D. Aasland
M. Sacia, C. johnson, L. Quall, D. Truax, M. Henderson. ROW 3: L. Mickelson, D. Smikrud, T. Filkowski
L. Daffinson, D. Bishop, C. Swenson, D. Walski, Z. Beirne, A. Elliott, L. Powell, K. Wier. ROW 4: Mr
Swenson, 1. Tranberg, S. Bishop, J. Osborn, J. Berg, C. Williamson, K. johnson, P. Malesytcki, P. I-lilt,
ROW 1: L. Corcoran, H. Baye, V. Harris, D. I-Ienderson, C. Jensen, Y. Bell, T. Muller, D. Stith, R. Brandrner,
A. Bishop, C. Bell, S. Dettinger. ROW 2: D. Adams, C. Johnson, M. Welch, S. Klettenberg, J. Hogden,
C. Tschabold, K. Butman, C. Moulton, L. Bieson, C. Trim, C. Rand. ROW 3: D. Wason, L. Powell, R. Landers,
B. Aasland, D. Poss, C. Williamson, L. Nelsestuen, D. Cory, L. Hunter, M. Dolle, C. Drugan, M. Clark. ROW
4: M. Mlsna, K. Andow, B. Near, F. Beseler, Dan Brueggen, K. Wason, L. Graham, A. Paulson, J. Poss, T
J. McKeeth, M. McClanahan, R. Aasland. ,
smos POP BELOW: Mommy, mommy, ma!
ABOVE: Time sure does fly when you're having fun!
ROW 1: S. Scheller, C. Bell, R. Brandtner, Queen, M. Welch, L. Hovell, M. Stellflue. ROW 2: Dan Brueggen,
King, G. Brommerich, S. Dahl, D. Folkedahl, D. Adams, J. Byom.
HCMECOMING ACTIVITIES CENTER
RIGHT: Dave Benrud
and Mike McClanal'1a.n
complete last minute
decorating for the
AROUND 'INDIAN SUMMER' THEME
Homecoming activities officially opened with a bonfire and pep
fest on Thursday evening, September 23, as Queen, Rhonda
Brandtner and King, Dan Brueggen began their reign.
Named to the coLu't were: Carla Bell and Steve Scheller,
Margaret Welch and Glen Brommerich, LuAnn Hovell and Mike
Stellflue, Donna Adams and john Byom, and Shari Dahl and Dan
The following day was filled with excitement as the band, cheer
leaders, queen and her attendants and floats marked a colorful
Anticipation, school spirit and excitement filled the crowd as
the mighty Redmen were to meet the Arcadia Raiders in a clash
that was to be the toughest of the season. The Redmen proved
their worth in a 6-0 victory over the Raiders.
Students danced around the theme "Indian Summer" with music
by The Sunshower which ended a happy and Victorious Home-
TOP LEFT: Homecoming attendants LuAnn Hovell, Shari Dahl,
CENTER: Homecoming attendant Carla Bell and Cheerleader
TOP RIGHT: Student Council President, Wendell Klein, presents
Queen Rhonda with the traditional bouquet of roses.
LOWER LEFT: King Dan and Queen Rhonda.
ROW 1: L. Docken, S. Ofsdahl, D. Bowman, C. Guthrie, S. Dettinger, S. Dahl. ROW 2: C. Drugan, S. Hanson,
B. I-Ienthorn, K. Rand, E. Clark. ROW 3: B. Bahnub, M. Anderson, C. Wason, D. Anderson, P. Wojciechowski,
POM PON GIRLS
POM PON SQUAD
The Pom Pon Squad, advised by Miss Lebakken, has
performed at all our home football and basketball
games this year. They attended an all-day Workshop in
La Crosse during October to learn new routines. They
have worked very hard and practiced a great deal, but
it was worth it and also a lot of fun.
The 18 girls on the squad also sold candy and Christmas
candies this year to raise money.
Their captain was Lynita Docken, Kathy Rand was
the co-captain, and Betty I-Ienthorn was the secretary-
ABOVE: Whatever happened to your diet?
G.A.A. AT ITS BEST
ABOVE, ROW ONE: L. Stull, C. Lucas, C. Williamson, R. Landers, D. Poss, L. Biesen, D. jessesky. ROW
TWO: B, johnson, Y. Bell, M. johnson, M. Welch, M. Henderson, C. Bell. ROW THREE: L Daffinson, R.
Brandtner, D. Bell, C. Moulton.
Right: Here I come to save the day!
Below: Does it breathe???
ABOVE: P. Cook, A. Elliot, J. Hilton, A. Andow, L. Parkhurst, P. Douglas, B. Johnson, C. Guthrie, K. Twesme,
J. I-lanson, J. Trim.
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The Girls Athletic Association CG, A. A. J, boasting a member-
ship of 127 this year, participated in such diverse activities as
basketball and bowling in the fall, curling, broom hockey and
volleyball in the winter, softball and archery in the spring.
To earn a letter a member must participate in two of these
activities per year for two years. Pins and bars are additional
awards for the third and fourth years. Other activities the
girls participate in include a special swim party, a bowling
party, and a tobogganing and skating party. The officers this
year are Anita Bishop, President, Diane Walski, Vice-President,
and Carol Wilber, Secretary-Treasurer.
The gymnastics team, coached by Mrs. Warriner and headed
by Captain Katy Twesme, showed great promise for many
successful seasons to come. The core of the team is made up
of juniors and sophomores with only two seniors graduating.
The team defeated Melrose -Mindoro and LaCrosse Logan in
dual meets and came in a close third in a quadrangular held
at West Salem. A 14-school invitational, also at West Salem,
showed what a high level the girls around the state have
reached in this sport.
Competition is held in four areas: floor exercise, balance
beam, uneven parallel bars, and side horse vaulting. A girl
may choose to do beginning or intermediate compulsory
routines or intermediate optional routines.
F.H.A. CONTINUES WORK OF SERVICE
ROW 1: B. Sacher, B. Larson, B. Aasland, J. Hogden, B Lettner, S Dahl ROW 2 D Smikrud, J Jacobs,
J. Stenberg, A. Olson, M. Willbur, L. Corcoran, R Be1rne, L johnson, D Redsten, C Drugan ROW 3
D. Henderson, D. Walske, D. Kleppen, B. Williamson, D Aasland P Cook, B Harnisch, L Quall, D Schmitt
THE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
The Future Homemakers of America, advised by
Mrs. Jacobson and Miss Lebakken, have been very
busy this year. They attended a rally at
Cochrane -Fountain City in October and planned
a Bake -Off for April. In October, they initiated
22 new members, bringing the total membership
to 66 girls. The seniors also took their annual
The FI-lA baked and sent cookies to servicemen
and sent Christmas presents to the children in an
institution as a part of the FHA Handshake Pro-
gram. They also took a trip to the Trempealeau
County Hospital in March and conducted the
UNICEF project in Galesville, Ettrick and
Trempealeau in October.
The president of the FHA was Kathy Butman, and
Carol Wilber was the vice -president. The treasur- ABQVE Mums the Word
er was Donna Adams, the secretary was Becky
Smith. Beth Bahnub was historian, recreation
chairman was Linda Lakey, the office of
parliamentarian was held by Margaret Welch
and the degree chairman Was Barb Aasland.
ROW 1: J. Tranberg, D. Wilber, B. Johnson, P. Sacia, P. Stellpflug, K. Rand, L. Hammond. ROW 2:
E. Stensven, S. Manchuk, L. Sander, J. Beirne, E. Oanes, L. Sacia, H. Folkedahl, R. Solberg. ROW 3: S. Hanson,
D. Lund, S. Smith, J. Moeller, Z. Beirne, C. Seago.
Green Lake Delegates, K. Butman, B.
Smith, B. Bahnub, C. Wilber, W.
FHA Officers, M. Welch, B. Bahnub, B. Aasland, L. Lakey, B. Smith, K. Butman, D. Adams, C. Wilber.
F.F.A. IS WORK AND FUN
F. F. A. - The future Farmers of America officers join officers of other
schools in this area for a Leadership workshop in the fall. Learning how to
be better leaders in all fields of F. F. A. is one of their main goals. A
freshman is selected to compete in a creed speaking contest and an upper
classman is selected to compete in an oratroy speech contest.
The F. F. A. participates in several judging contests which includes the
State judging Contest in Madison, the Agricultural Technology Contest in
River Falls, and the Northwest Judging Contest in Eau Claire.
The annual magazine sales is one of the ways to raise funds.
The F. F. A. also sell "Slow Moving Vehicle" signs as a community service
to the farmer.
The National F. F. A. gives awards to the chapters involved in bettering
their communities. The Gale- Ettrick- Trempealeau Chapter has been re-
ceiving a superior rating. On the State level is the Wisconsin Farmer De-
gree. The Wisconsin Farmer is picked from the Chapter Farmer which has
progressed the most in bettering his farm. At Awards Night, we give such
awards as Star Greenhand, Chapter Farmer, Top Senior, and other awards
that the members have earned. The seniors take an annual trip at the end
of the year as a special reward for work well done.
Delegates represent our club at the state F. F.A. Convention, which is
held at Green Lake, Wisconsin.
During the winter months the F. F. A. has basketball games between
groups of members with tournament playoffs.
The fairs provide entertainment and extra cash for those that enter. We
participate in the Trempealeau County Fair, the Wisconsin State Fair, and
the Northwest Livestock Exposition.
The state provides F. F. A. clubs with trees to start wood lots and pheasants
to raise and let loose for the hunting season.
W. J. D. A. - The Wisconsin junior Dairyman's Association QW. J. D. A. J is a
program to promote Dairy herd testing and improvement.
In 1971, the State Convention and Dairy Show were held at the Gale-
Ettrick- Trempealeau High School. The first day of the convention was
busy with meetings and milk testing records being checked. The night at
the banquet the new officers were announced and a guest speaker gave his
presentation. The sectional contest will be held here in 1972. Each year
awards are given by the W. J. D. A. for completing testing as well as for
other achievements. DAVE: Guaranteed to kill a cold.
The W. J. D. A. is incorporated into the F. F. A. , so both are a part of the
total vocational agricultural program.
BELOW- ROW 1: J. Bettesworth, E. Trim, L. Stellpflug, R. Hovell, R. Anderson, S. Kopp, T. Halderson, T.
Smith, J. Kopp, Mr. Hendrickson. ROW 2: D. Bettesworth, J. Paulus, C. Conrad, L. Dahl, D. Hanson, L. Stuhr,
T. Hovre, L. Sahlstrom, D. Richer, D. Anderson. ROW 3: M. Clark, W. Johnson, D. Biesen, B. Swenson, R.
Severson, S. McDonah, L. Klein, R. Byom, D. Baardseth, L. Wagner. ROW 4: J. Sahlstrom, D. Anderson, G.
Goetzman, M. Delaney, D. Enright, R. Nastvold, W. Klein, D. Evenson, W. Henderson, M. Hilton. ROW 5:
S. Renning, S. Quall, S. Kopp, L. Krackow, W. Zeigler, R. Severson, R. Severson, T. johnson, D. Lilla, W.
Meunier, P. Pederson.
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T. Hovre, L. Sahlstrom, J. Richer, D. Anderson. ROW 3: M. Clark, J. Sahlstrom, D. Biesen, B. Swenson, R.
Severson, G. Mahlum, D. Evenson, L. Klein, R. Byom, S. Renning.
ABOVE: F. F. A. Homecoming float.
RIGHT: The heat's on in the Ag. room!
The drama department, staffed by Mr. Costanzo and
Mrs. Runnestrand, was well supported this year by the
Drama Club, which sponsored the Halloween Mixer
"Dark Shadows" and helped with the all-school Christ-
mas talent show at which a group of girls presented
"Father Reads the Christmas Carol".
In the fall, a one -act play, presented as an assembly
to the student body, received a B rating in competition
in the Sub-District Drama Contest at Blair.
The spring presentation was a three-act play, chosen
by a student committee and directed by Mr. Costanzo.
ABOVE: Derek learns to propose.
ROW 1: W. Herman, C. Jensen, L. Stull. ROW 2: B. Sacher, D. Harvey, D. Bell, H. Baye, J. Hogden,
L. Nelsestuen, ROW 3: S. Manchuk, L. Parkhurst, D. Lund, S. Hanson, Y. Bell, C. Severson. ROW 4:
J. Schuman, P. Hovell, J. Brenegan, M. Krackow, L. Hunter. ROW 5: L. Docken, R. Brandtner, C. Bell,
CLASS OF '75
Entering G. E., the class of '75 immediately felt the ex-
citement of high school life. The atmosphere was entirely
different from that of junior high but the green freshmen
seemed to adjust very well.
They added their prize-winning float, "Bug Off Raiders"
to the festivities surrounding Homecoming. With that
success behind them, they could then look forward to the
many other unforgetable experiences of high school with
Class Officers: L. Emerson, D. Severson, N. Bell,
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Uniting their numbers with Trempealeau to become the
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tivities and organizations through-out the year.
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mixer, "Smiling Faces, " the Sophmores have shown en-
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Uniting as one wasn't hard for the Class of '73. School
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bonded the juniors together as soon as the football se ason
began and has continued ever since.
The juniors began a year of constant activity, with their
mixer "Signs", class elections, and the handing out of
class rings. The biggest event of the year will be their
Class Officers: P. Wojciechowski, D. Remus, I. Diamond,
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ABOVE: Guess who I was out with last night
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REDMEN WIN FOURTH
CONSECUTIVE CONFERENCE TITLE
The 1972 - Redmen were bolstered by the attachment
of Trempealeau to our school district. ln just a few
weeks the athletes from the two schools were united into
a single, cohesive unit that brought the Redmen their
fourth straight conference championship and extended
their winning streak to 33 games, the longest winning
streak going in the state at this time.
This year's team featured a ball-control attack, with
Steve Scheller providing the power running and Dan
Brueggen, Dan Folkedahl and Dan Baer furnishing the
speed to run wide. Junior quarterback, Fran Peterson,
directed a short passing game that provided balance to
the Redmen attack. In addition to the backs already
mentioned, Peterson's prime receivers were John Byom
and Dennis Blank. This years offensive line, Reed
Neiderkorn, Todd johnson, Ed Przytarski, Dean Remus
and Darcy Remus, did an outstanding job in paving the
way for our runners and protecting the passer.
The defensive unit was led by a strong group of linemen
that provided a particularly good pass rush. Demiis
Blank, Steve Scheller, Tony Jensen, Paul Halderson,
Ed Kopp, Lonnie Krackow and Todd johnson all saw a
lot of action in the defensive line.
Glenn Brommerick, Dan Brueggen and Tim Hauser pro-
vided the Redmen with strength at the key linebacking
John Byom, Mike Stellflue, Rich Truax, Mark Olson,
Dan Baer, Dan Folkedahl, and Pat Scheller all saw
action in a secondary that came up with many key
defensive plays throughout the season. John Byom, Dan
Brueggen, Steve Scheller, Todd Johnson and Darcy
Remus were all honored by being chosen to the all con-
This was a particularly satisfying season. Athletes who
had previously been bitter rivals were thrown together
on the same field and were men enough to throw off
any old animosities and become a strong unit that we
are all very proud of.
We will lose 12 senior lettermen through graduation,
but with 21 returning lettermen, we hope the 1972 -
football team will continue to play football in the
RIGI-IT: Steve Scheller shows action that made him
All-Conference Defensive End.
OW 1: B. Neiderkorn, I. Elstad, D. Baer, R. Aasland, T. I-lnmter, T. Hauser, R. Aasland, D. Thill, T. Smith.
OW 2: J. I-Iauser, P. Scheller, J. Cantlon, E. Przytarski, G. Nicolai, D. Folkedahl, D. Salsman, B. Near,
. Olson. ROW 3: D. Lund, E. Hanson, R. Truax, G. Miekleson, R. Neiderkorn, D. Remus, D. Remus,
. Krackow, T. Jensen, T. johnson, D. Brueggen, C. Beighley, R. Lund Coach. ROW 4: K. Casey, J. Byom,
. Brommerich, M. Stellflue, D. Blank, P. I-Iaulderson, F. Peterson, S. Scheller, E. Kopp.
BOVE: 11-9-8 . . . Touchdown! Victory over Onalaska. "I knew we could do it. "
SCO REBOA RD
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J.V. HAD 6-1 SEASON RECORD
The junior Varsity Football squad finished the season The squad consisted of 17 sophomores and 28 freshmen
with a record of 5 wins, 1 loss and 1 tie. They had who really enjoyed playing football.
wins over I-lolmen, Bangor, West Salem, Onalaska
and Arcadia. Their one loss came at the hands of
Melrose -Mindoro and they were tied by Cochrane-
ROW 1: T. Smith, J. Mulac, M. MacDonald, D. Cantlon, D. Anderson, D. Allen, G. Jacobs, J. Christianson,
T. I-Ialderson, J. Collins, T. Cook, E. Trim. ROW 2: D. Spencer, D. Ryder, G. Krackow, S. I-lovell, T.
Trowbridge, J. Truax, R. Aasland, J. Elstad, N. Bell, T. Smith, L. Stuhr, T. Daffinson, J. Richason,
ROW 3: R. Grant, C. Harris, S. Smith, B. Gillmeister, D. Teska,D. Rowlands, P. Trim, R. Blank, D. Wagner,
R. Johnson, R. Niederkorn, R. Niederkorn, R. Aasland. ROW 4: Mr. Worra, G. Smith, D. Biesen, J. Cantlon,
D. Baer, Pat Scheller, C. Ouellette, J. Stellflue, D. Salsman, J. Hauser, D. Uhl, R. Sacia, Mr. Carroll.
SEASON LOOKS GOOD . . .
R. Aasland and R. Tranberg, Managers, J. Wagner, P. Williamson, W. Meunier, K. Casey, S. Scheller, T.
Eichman, M. Stellflue, D. Blank, F. Peterson, K. Back, J. Byom, R. Harris, B. Lehman, Kurt Wood, Coach
ROW 1: Manager, R. Grant, S. Smith, G. Jacobs, J. Collins, D. Osborn, R. Anderson, J. Christianson, D.
Allen, M. Severson. ROW 2: Coach Gautsch, C. Harris, D. Wagner, D. Rowlands, R. Johnson, R, Blank,
P. Trim, R. Sacia, B. Swenson.
ROW ONE: D. Spencer, Manager, L. Stuhr, N. Bell, D. Baer, J. Elstad, B. Stephan, J. Truax, R. Aasland,
Manager. ROW TWO: Mr. Fitzpatrick, D. Salsman, J. Richason, K. Back, J. Olson, P. Scheller, D. Teska.
ABOVE: If you want it, come and get it!
The 1971-72 basketball Redmen were off to an
excellent start with Dennis Blank, john Byom,
and Mike Stellflue doing a large part of the
scoring. Steve Scheller made a big contribution
to the team effort with good defensive play and
strong rebounding. Wayne Meunier accepted the
role of team leader and in this role was respon-
sible for seeing that our offense and defense
functioned smoothly. Fran Peterson, Ken Casey
and Paul Williamson saw considerable action in
reserve roles. Defense was the strongest part
of the Redmen game this year.
60 Holmen 58
64 Bangor 47
75 Lewiston 49
56 Arcadia 63
61 West Salem 57
70 C-FC 44
61 Whitehall 54
72. Onalaska 57
54 Mel-Min 52
44 I-lolmen 56
54 Bangor 41
46 Blair 48
59 Arcadia 51
43 West Salem 48
71 C-FC 47
G.E.T. HOSTS REDMEN INVITATIONAL
ROW 1: T. Mosier, W. MCutchen, T. Hauser, I. Diamond, T Trowbridge, T Cook ROW 2 E Przytarski,
R. Niederkorn, C. Ouellette, P. I-Ialderson, D. Remus, j Hauser
The Redmen wrestling team had a very disappointing
season. Injuries, illness and the lack of depth resulted
in forfeiting 12 to 18 points in dual meets then losing
by 3 to 8 points.
The Redmen wrestlers were very tough in tournaments,
finishing second in the Melrose -Mindoro Invitational,
4th in the Redmen Invitational and in the first division
in the Dairyland and Regional Tournaments.
Outstanding individuals with winning records were:
Wayne McCutchen, Ed Przytarski, Reed Niederkorn,
Irv Diamond, Tim Hauser, and Paul I-Ialderson.
The Redmen "B" squad boasted some outstanding
individual records. Expected to replace this year's
graduating seniors are: Darcy Remus, jeff Hauser,
Gary Mickelson, Dan Uhl, Dave Ryder, Tom Mosier,
Greg Smith, Bob Niederkorn, Craig Ouellette, and
Manager, K. Larson, G. Mickelson, T. Strong, R. Niederkorn, G. Smith, J. Mulak, S. Krug, D. Ryder,
T. Halderson, W. Baird.
ABOVE: I-Iey, come on, that tickles
LEFT: Help! Call him off
IT'S WHATS HAPPENING - CURLING '72
The Gale -Ettrick-Trempealeau Curling Team, a
member of the Mid-Wisconsin High School Curling
League, had meets with Clintonville, Wausau East,
Waupaca, Eau Claire North, Wausau West, Medford,
Nekoosa and Port Edwards.
The team also participated in the Conference Bonspiel,
February 19 at Waupaca.
The Sectional Meet was held at Medford and the
State Meet at Wausau.
ROW 1: E. Trim, D. Brown, L. Trowbridge, K. Hunter, B. Poss, J. Knepper. ROW 2: L. Wagner, M. Delaney,
M. Hilton, M. Winters, B. Gillmeister, T. Hunter, J. I-logden. ROW 3: R. Severson, D. Lilla, R. Severson,
T. Johnson, S. Kopp, P. Flaherty.
FAR LEFT: Bullseye!
LEFT: Keep your eye on the broom!
BELOW: Slow down, your're sweeping too
Good brains are developed, like good
muscle, by rigorous training with hard
- john F. Gummere
The 1971 Track season at Gale -Ettrick proved to be an interest-
ing one. The season started slowly in the win department in
most of our dual meets as we lacked depth and numbers of
participants. We often won as many in events as other teams,
but the second and third places in many cases went to the
opposition, and Gale -Ettrick was unable to do the same in the
events won by the other teams.
The larger the meet, the better our thin clads did. One of the
biggest thrills for all of us came at Memorial Field in La Crosse
on May 1, 1971. It was the Red Raider Relay Qformerly Pea-
cock Relaysy which the Redmen of Gale -Ettrick won. We came
in first out of nineteen schools in class "C" division. Mike Baer
won the long jump and 100-yard dash. Our 880-yard relay team
won its event with Mike Baer, john Byom, Bob Oines, and Greg
Biesen teaming up for the honors. We also gained points with
Ed Kopp's efforts in putting the shop, and also with efforts of the
mile relay team. Bob Oines second in the pole vault added the
final team points.
In the Trempealeau County meet held at Winona's jefferson
Field we placed third behind Arcadia and Trempealeau. We
placed sixth out of fifteen teams in the I-lolmen Relays. The
Coulee Conference was very strong in Track in 1971. Evidence
of this was seen at the State Track meet at Monona Grove High
School Field in Madison. Three conference schools placed
among the top ten in class "C" competition. Gale -Ettrick
placed sixth in total points. Mike Baer won class "C" Long Jump
with 21' 4 1f2" for his best effort of the year. john Byom, Bob
Oines, Greg Biesen, and Mike Baer placed fifth in state in the
880 yard relay with a 1:34. 1 time. Tim Twesme, Mike Baer,
john Byom, and Bob Oines earned a third place in the mile re-
lay with a time of 3:33. 5.
A great deal of work and time was put into the successes
achieved by our track team in 1971. With more depth and
numbers participating, the season could have been even more
successful. I-lard work was rewarded by winning the Red Raider
Relays and a very respectable effort at the state meet.
ABOVE: just a hop, skip and a jump john.
ROW 1: G. Ouellette, T. Smith, R. Dahl, J. Hogden, R. Aasland, E. Przytarski, R. Aasland, G. Thill,
S. I-lovell, W. johnson, T. Mosier. ROW 2: W. McCutchen, M. Olson, B. Near, D. Salsman, B. Sehman,
G. Mickelson, J. Cantlon, K. Wood, D. Baer, G. Leavitt, T. I-ltmter. ROW 3: D. Brueggan, J. Smith,
T. johnson, C. Ouellette, E. Kopp, M. Stellflue, T. Eichman, J. Byom, B. Harris, D. Reincke, T. Jensen,
D. Lilla. Coach Lund, Coach Pampuch.
RED RAIDER RELAYS
ABOVE: Kopp strikes again!
ABOVE: Mike Baer places first in the long
jump at State.
ABOVE: Tim Twesme, John Byome, Bob Oines, and
Mike Baer place third in class C mile relay team at
RIGHT: Coach Fitzpatrick,
D. Osborn, P. Flaherty,
D. Severson, J. Elstad,
M. Severson, P. William-
RIGHT: Fine Golf
GOLF SWINGS INTO ACTION
Our golf season proved to be most interesting and ex-
citing. We had four returning lettermen- three seniors
and one sophomore, so we had felt that if we could
get started fast, we could place first in the Coulee
Conference. However, Onalaska and West Salem
played in true championship style and as a result we
finished in third place. As the season progressed, our
team became more consistent and delibrate in its
scoring. At Arcadia We won the regional tournament.
On to Black River Falls to compete in the section
Where We finished regulation play in a three- way tie
with LaCrosse Central and Wisconsin Rapids. In a
sudden death playoff We Won the sectional and quali-
fied for the State golf tournament at Madison. This
was the second time in four years that we have sent a
golf team to the state tournament. For a retiring golf
coach it was a most rewarding year.
ABOVE Where's the ball? ABOVE: Twist and shout . . . Fore!
Gale- Ettrick 6 Whitehall 2
7 Blair 5
9 Holemen 5
2 Arcadia 0
4 West Salem 2
21 Trempealeau 4
10 Onalaska 3
5 Mel-Min 1
1 Whitehall 2
8 Bangor 2
17 Arcadia 7
1 West Salem 2
7 Trempealeau 0 '
20 Onalaska 0
2 Mel-Min 1
2 Alma 7
10 I-lolemen 2
10 Bangor 4
3 Whitehall 1
0 Mel-Min 2
The Redmen baseball team Won the Coulee Conference
Championship with a conference re cord of 13 wins and
1 loss. Their overall record was 16 wins and 4 losses.
Paul Sacia was the mainstay of a strong pitching staff.
Dan Skaar, Wayne Meunier and Fran Peterson also saw
action on the mound. Orie Elstad had an outstanding
year behind the plate. Bob Truax, Bruce Stuhr, Wayne
Meunier and Mike Baer played some excellent baseball
in the infield, providing the pitchers with many fine
defensive plays that are so essential to a successful base-
BELOW: Who are you trying to kid, Meunier?
ball season. Tim Twesme, Dan Skaar, Ed Przyarski and
John Byom provided sound defensive play in the outfield.
Kevin Hunter and John Emmons also saw enough action
to win letters.
The J. V. baseball team played a 12-game schedule,
winning 8 and losing 4. Since 8 seniors have been lost
through graduation, the 1972-Redmen will count heavily
on these J, V, athletes to continue the winning ways of
ROW 1: M. Hilton, D. Blank, W. Henderson, D. Baer, W. Stephens, F. Peterson, L. Dahl, M. Clark,
ROW 2: S. Hovell, T. Hunter, T. Johnson, J. Elstad, D. Salsman, J. Truax, M. Severson, K. Casey,
J. Byom. ROW 3: R. Lund, T. Trowbridge, W. Meunier, K. Hunter, T. Jensen, E, Przytrski, M. Stelflue,
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Gale -Ettrick and Trempealeau, separate units through june of '71, united for the
1971-72 school year. The year began a period of apprehension and expectation
for many of LIS. We knew that each school had its own greatness and potential,
each school was proud of its heritage, tradition and accomplishments. The new
high school should be able to draw on the past and move forward to even greater
feats than each school could have by itself. This was our expectation. Our
apprehension concerning the '71-72 school year was dissipated within a few weeks.
Students found a common cause to rally around. The football team, composed of
players from both schools, started the season successfully and continued winning.
The Lmity demonstated in supporting the football team extended to other facets of
school life. Election of organizational officers, student council members, and
king and queens showed complete disregard for locality origin. As the school year
progressed, the students demonstrated their unity to an increasing degree, and soon
the school was commonly being called Gale -Ettrick-Trempealeau. QThe name was
accepted having been decided on by a majority of the students. 5 It seemed to
illustrate and secure the great tradition and history of both great schools.
During the school year, new cotuses and organizations appeared. A pep club was
organized to support our team. An industrial arts club, wrestling, cheerleaders
and new courses such as psychology, sociology, and advanced courses now being
offered were initiated in our school life. Faculty members in the various
departments also started working on an evaluation of present curricultun offerings
and laid the ground work for new offerings in the comming year. They are
hoping that the new design of course offerings will fit the needs and desires of our
The success of the 1971-72 school year is a tribute to the understanding and
tolerance exhibited by students, teachers and others concerned with our school
and has proven that two schools, Gale -Ettrick and Trempealeau, can bring their
greatness and proud traditions together - that they can draw from, and use their
greatness and tradition to formulate their goals for greatness as Gale -Ettrick-
Trempealeau High School, I say, "Thank you for making our year a success, and
I hope that your experiences here have helped to build a platform for your future.
N. Valiska, Principal
ABOVE: Mr. Robert Howard, Superintendent
BELOW: Mr. Russell Lund, Counselor
School Board Members: R. Bibby, J. Sacia
J. Lakey, V. Erickson, J. Beadle, R. Delaney
LEFT: Mr. Norman Valiska, Principal
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ABOVE: Mrs. M. Rowlands
TOP RIGI-IT: Mrs. G. I-lanson
BELOW: Mrs. A. Nerby
NEW COURSES ADDED
TO BUSINESS CURRICULUM
Mrs. Nerby, new to the business department this
year, is teaching Typing I, Shorthand I and Book-
keeping. Mrs. Rowlands another addition to the
department, is teaching Typing I and Personal
Typing half days. Mrs. Hanson teaches Typing I,
Typing II, Shorthand II and a two-hour block Office
Typing II, Shorthand II and Office Education is new
to the curricultun this year. Office Education is of
special interest to seniors who plan to enter the office
labor market immediately after graduation or who
plan to attend a technical institute. The classroom
takes on the appearance of an office through the
use of office furniture, office machines and other
routine office equipment. Basic skills in office
proceedures, duplicating, office machines, machine
and shorthand transcription, data processing and filing
are taught. A simulated office project is used third
quarter to further develop basic skills and make office
work "come alive. " During the fourth quarter each
student receives on-the -job training in a local
business office. The business department looks forward
to increased rewards for the students participating in
this vocational program.
The music department of Gale -Ettrick-Trempealeau
High School strives not only to obtain perfection in the
mechanics of music, but also to develop responsible young
adults who have a sense of pride in their organizations.
The Band, under the direction of Mr. Don Rowlands, and
the Mixed Chorus and Girls Glee Club, under the direction
of Mr. Randall Swenson, practice and perform many different
types of music. Students find enjoyment in performing
musical numbers and develop a sense of appreciation for all
types of music.
Band and Chorus students must be responsible and take it
upon themselves to perform their parts to perfection. The
band students put forth extra effort when they play at all
home football and basketball games.
Students are encouraged to participate in the solo-ensemble
contest in order to develop individual skills and to experience
the satisfaction of winning recognition on a personal-
Mr. Green says, "The excitement of art lies in not knowing.
Its object is to teach value judgement, responsibility and
self-reliance as well as skills and techniques necessary to
art appreciation and studio work. "
ABOVE: Mr. R. Swenson
ABOVE: Mr. F. Green
LEFT: Mr. D. Rowlands
ABOVE: Mr. J. Carroll
ABOVE: Mrs. A. Warriner
THROUGH PHYS. ED.
The girls physical education classes are carrying on in fine tradition. Along
with the regular activities, they have added 21 side horse, used for vaultingg
broom hockey, played on the ice rink behing the schoolg and a stepped up
golf program. With about 220 girls in the program, the gym is always busy
with class, or girls coming in for extra help or extra credit. .
The seniors receive the widest variety of activity in preparation for the
leisure hours after graduation. Their offerings include touch football,
exercise and gymnastics, badminton, curling, golf, archery and some
recreational "specials" such as ice skating, folk dancing and jumping rope.
One of the group activities for the jtmiors culminated in a third place prize
for a rhythmical gymnastics routine done at the Christmas talent show.
Along with physical fitness and body awareness, this department strives for
enjoyment in every activity undertaken.
BOY'S PHY, ED, CLASS
On December 21, the Boys Physical Education Department participated in
the Christmas Program. A trampoline exhibition was given with a representa
tive from each class performing trampoline stunts. A rope climbing contest
was held with a representative from each class trying for the championship.
The Boys Phy. Ed. classes, under the direction of Mr. Carroll took the
President's Physical Fitness Test and developed skills and techniques in
basketball, football, softball, track, curling, and gymnastics.
An all-high-school culing bonspiel was a follow-up to curling practice in
class. Some of the boys' and girls' Phy. Ed. classes participated in co-ed
ADDITICNAL FACILITIES FOR
The Science Department has improved its facilities
with the remodeling of Room 10. Now all three
science labs are located in the same part of the build-
ing. The new addition will provide more laboratory
space for all science students. It is hoped that some-
time in the near future a greenhouse may be provided
for botanical and ecological studies.
The IPS course that was incorporated into our curricu-
lum last year is definitely an asset. It is providing
freshmen with a good basic foundation in laboratory
and problem solving techniques that will aid all ad-
vanced science courses.
Biology Department has revised its curriculum for
next year. Biology course contents have been changed
and categorized into semester courses with all
The Department wishes each ear to provide more and
ABOVE: Mr. D. Fitzpatrick
better opportunities for all students interested in
ABOVE: Mr. V. Cecil
RIGHT: Einstein at work!
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ABOVE: Mr. R. Pompuch
MATH STUDENTS USE COMPUTERS
This year, senior students accompanied by
their instructors, attended a two day work-
shop at Winona, where they studied the use of
computers and worked with Fortran Language
which deals with computer programming.
In the future, the Math Department hopes to
establish computer programming for all
grades, and to add two new courses to the
curriculum next year, Consumers Math and
BELOW: Mr. J. Worra
ABOVE: Mr. L. Gautch
ABOVE: Faster than the speed of light.
LANGUAGE GIVES US
0F OTHER PEGPLE
The French Department presently offers five possible years of
consecutive study of the language. Speaking the language as a
means of communication is the primary aim of the course study
Th . .
e language laboratory enables students to listen to native speak-
ers and to work on an individual basis. Mrs. Christianson teaches
French on both the senior high and junior high levels.
This year the English Department consists of four faculty members:
Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Twesme, Mrs. Runnestrand, and Mr. Costanzo.
The goal of the English Department is to give students knowledge
of their language and an understanding of other people through
reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
At the present time, four years of English is required, Each year
seniors have a choice between a college preparatory course and a
course which is more vocational in nature.
After several years of talk and several months of planning which
included a visit to other schools and various meetings, next year
English courses offered to juniors and seniors will be changed and
improved. Next year juniors and seniors will be selecting from
approximately twelve elective courses, two of which will be re-
ABOVE: Mrs. R. Christianson.
ABOVE: Mrs. M. Runnestrand and Mr. L. Costanzo.
ABOVE: Mrs. K. Twesme and Mrs. E. Nelson.
ABOVE: Mr. R. Christianson
ABOVE: Mr. L. Drew
ADDED TO SOCIAL
At the present time two credits are required for grad-
uation, U. S. History and American Problems, these are
required of the junior and senior classes.
Students have a variety of electives to select from also.
Political Systems and Civics for the 9th grade,
World History for grades 10, 11, and 12. This year
for the first time, two new semester courses have been
added, Introductions to the Behavorial Sciences and
Next year the American Problems course will be re-
placed by four new electives, two of which are re-
quired. These new courses will be Introduction to
Behavorial Science, Sociology, Consumer Economics
and Political Science.
With the additions of new courses and improvements
on the older ones, the Social Studies department is
preparing students for outside life and further
education in a more modern and complex system of
ABOVE: Mr. D. Lund
Quick, hide em before she comes!
HOME ECS NEW LOOK
The new look in home economics this year was a result of
opening classes to the boys as well as girls. More enrolled in
foods classes then before, and all offerings except Home
Economics I were opened to both boys and girls.
Home Economics concerns itself with the overall ideas of human
growth and development, management of family resources and
personal and family relationships. Yearh long courses are offered
in Beginning Home Economics and the Family and semester
courses in Food, Clothing, Housing and Home Furnishing, and
Future I-lomemakers of America is an integral part of the home
ABOVE: Mrs. J. Jacobson
LEFT: Miss L. Lebakken
ABOVE: Mr. S. Prussing
ABOVE: Mr. R.Duel1man
The 1971-72 school year has brought many changes to
the Industrial Arts Department. This year a new
Vocational Auto Mechanics course is being taught.
The department also hopes to start a Graphic Arts
area in the near future.
A new Industrial Arts Club has been formed this year
and was honored as a charter member at the W. I, E, A.
State Convention in Milwaukee along with eight
other schools. Gale -Ettrick-Trempealeau was
recognized as having one of the outstanding Industrial
Arts Programs in the state. Mr. S. Prussing and
R. Duellman teach Industrial Arts.
In addition to semester courses in resource conserva-
tion, soil and forest conservation, agri-business I and
Il, a pilot course in environmental science and
conservation was offered this past summer.
Mr. Hendrickson also works with students on their
individual projects and supervises the activities of
FFA and WJDA.
Drivers Education is actually two courses: The class-
room course and the "behind-the-wheel" course. The
classroom course is open to all sophomores and to
juniors who have not had the course. For behind-the-
Wheel driving one must be at least sixteen years old.
Mr. Solberg's goal is to promote safety on the high-
way among teenagers.
RIGHT: Mr. R. Solberg
The General Education program is a work-study
program designed for students with learning problems
whose needs and interests cannot adequately be met by
the regular curriculum. The first two years consist
of practical academics. Curriculum is planned by the
teacher-counselor according to students' individual
needs. During the junior and senior year, the students
work at jobs in the community for two hours each day. I
The goal of the program is to prepare the students for I
employment after graduation.
ABOVE: SEATED: L. Hanson, S. Grieve, D. Fonstad. STANDING: Mrs. Ossanna, D. Erickson, D. Stage, J. Lee,
V. Dahl, L. Fladhammer, R. Wier, B. King, E. Mahltun.
AASLAND, BARBARA: F. H. A. 9, 10, 11, 125 F. H. A. Green Lake Delegate 105 F. H. A. Treasurer 115 F. H. A. Degree
Chairman 125 G. A. A.h9,1O, 11, 125 N. H.1S.P11, 125bBand 9, 105 Class Treasurer 105 French Club 10, 11,125 Who's Who
Among American Hig School Students 1 - ep C u 12.
AASLAND, BEVERLY: F. H.A. 9,1O, 11,125 G.A. A. 9, 10, 11,125 Mixed Chorus 9,10, 11,125 Girls' Glee Club 9,1O,115
Solos and Ensembles 9 11 12- Point Music Camp 11- Who's Among American High School Students 11- N. H. S. 11 12'
French Club 125 French ciulfrreridenr 12, Pep Club,12. ' ' '
ADAMS, DONNA: Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Mixed Chorus 9,1O, 11, 12, Solos and Errembier 9, 10, 11,125 Cheerleading 9,10, 11,
125 Cheerleading Captain 125 G. A. A. 9,1O,11,125 G. A. A. Treasurer 115 Mixed Curling 9,10,11, 125 F. H. A. 9,1O,11,
125 F. H. A. Secretary 115 F. H.A. Treasurer 125 Forensics 9, 10, 11, 125 Forensics District Contest 9, 115 Intramural Bas-
ketball 9, 1O, 115 N. H. S. 10, 11, 125 N. H. S. Vice- President 125 School Newspaper Staff 10, 115 Annual Staff 115 Prom
Court 115 Christmas Ball Court 115 Student Council 11, 125 Student Council Secretary 125 Homecoming Court 125 Gym-
nastics 125 Pep Club 12.
ANDERSON, MARY: Forensics 9, 105 F. H. A. 95 Class Secretary 9, 115 Solos and Ensembles 9, 10, 115 Band 9, 10, 115 Pom
Pon 10, 11, 125 Library Club 10, 11, 125 Pom Queen 115 Badger Girls' State Representative 115 French Club 11, 12.
ANDOW, KELVIN: Chorus 11,125 Curling 12.
BAILEY, MARK: Transferred 125 Pep Club 125 Mixed Chorus 12.
BAIRD, LYNN: Basketball 9, 10, 125 Track 10.
BELL, CARLA: Transferred 125 G.A. A. 125 Drama Club 125 Mixed Chorus 125 Gymnastics 125 Homecoming Court 125
Y. S. Y. 12.
BENRUD, ROBERT: Basketball 95 Football 95 Industrial Arts Club 125 Wrestling 9, 10.
BERG, JUDITH: Solos and Ensembles 9, 105 Drama Club 105 Girls' Glee Club 9, 10, 125 G. A.A. 9, 10, 11, 125 Library
Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Annual Staff 125 Pep Club 125 Y. S. Y. 12.
BESELER, FREDERICK: Football 95 Basketball 105 Mixed Chorus 9. 10, 11, 125 Science Club 125 Intramural Basketball 9,
115 Class Secretary 10.
BICE, RONALD: Football 9, 10, 115 Track 9, 10, 125 Lettermen's Club 10, 11, 125 Intramural Basket 115 Golf 11.
BIESEN, LORENDA: G.A.A. 9,1O,11, 125 F. H. A. 95 Girls' Glee Club 115 Mixed Chorus 125 Drama Club 105 Forensics
BISHOP, ANITA: G.A.A. 9. 1O,11, 125 G. A. A. President 125 F. H. A. 95 Prom Court 115 Student Council 10,115 Student
Council Secretary 115 Girls' Glee Club 115 Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Solos and Ensembles 11, 125 Annual Staff 125 French
BLANK, DENNIS: Basketball 10, 11, 125 Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 10, 125 Basketball 11, 125 Christmas Ball Court 115
Pom Court 115 Annual Staff 115 School Newspaper Staff 115 Intramural Basketball 95 Lettermen's Club 9, 10, 11, 12.
BOLTERMAN, DANIEL: F. F. A. 9, 10, 115 Industrial Arts Club 12.
BONOW, CHARLENE: Band 9, 10, 11,125 Mixed Chorus 9, 10,115 Solos and Ensembles 9, 10, 11, 125 G.A.A. 9,1O, 11, 125
F. H. A. 9, 105 Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 115 Annual Staff 115 N. H. S. 10, 11, 125 School Newspaper Staff 10, 115 Pep
Club 125 Outstanding Teenagers of America Award 115 Point Music Camp 11.
BRANDTNER, RHONDA: Student Council 9. 105 G. A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 11. 125 Girls' Glee Club 115 Mixed
Curling 9, 10, 11, 125 Plays 95 Drama Club 125 Pom Pon Squad 115 Homecoming Queen 125 Drama Club Treasurer 125
Solos and Ensembles 9, 10, 11, 125 Badger Girls' State Alternate 11.
BRENENGEN JANE: Band 9, 1O,11, 125 Forensics 9,1O, 125 G.A. A. 9,1O, 11, 125 Girls' Glee Club 105 Pep Club 125 Drama
Club 125 Solos and Ensembles 10, 11, 125 Y. S. Y. 125 Mixed Curling 11.12.
BROMMERICH, GLENN: Football 9, 19, 11, 125 Basketball 9, 10, 115 Baseball 9, 105 Track 95 Lettermen's Club 9, 10, 11,
125 Iniramural Basketball 115 Mixed Curling 9, 10, 11, 125 Prom Court 115 Christmas Ball Court 95 Homecoming Court 125
Class Vice-President 9, 10, 11.
BRUEGGEN, DANIEL: Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 9, 10, 11, 125 Basketball 9, 115 Prom Court 115 Homecoming King 125
Class Treasurer 10, 115 Annual Staff Sports Editor 115 Mixed Chorus 9, 10, 11, 125 Christmas Ball Court 10.
BUTMAN, KATHLEEN: Mixed Chorus 9, 10, 11, 125 Girls' Glee Club 9, 10, 115 Solos and Ensembles 9, 10, 125 Forensics 9,
10, 11,125 State Forensics 115 F. H. A. 9,1O,11, 125 F. H.A. Vice-President 115 F. H. A. President 125 N. H. S. 10, 11,125
Debate 125 Spoon Recipient 115 W. J. D. A. 115 Badger Girls' State Representative 115 F. H.A. Green Lake Delegate 115
Steven's Point Music Camp 105 Color Guard 95 Who's Who Among American High School Students 115 Crisco Award 115
Chorus Student Conductor 115 High Quiz Bowl Team 12.
BYOM, JOHN: Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 125 Baseball 10, 11, 125 Track 9, 10, 11, 125 Lettermen's Club
10, 11, 125 Student Council 9, 105 Class Vice- President 115 Class President 125 Homecoming Court 125 Prom Court 115
Badger Boys' State Delegate 115 N. H. S, 11, 125 N. H. S. Treasurer 115 Who's Who Among American High School Smdents
115 Y. S. Y. 12.
CANTLON, SAMUEL: Football 9, 105 F. F. A. 9, 12.
CLARK, EILEEN: G. A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125 French Club 10, 11,125 Student Council 11, 125 Forensics 10, 125 Prom Court 115
G. A. A. Secretary 115 French Club Vice-President 115 Pom Pon Squad 11, 12.
CORY, DEBRA JEAN: Solos and Ensembles 105 Girls' Glee Club 105 Mixed Chorus 105 Library Club 105 Mixed Chorus 105
Library Club 1O,11,125 Y. S. Y. 125 G.A.A. 11,125 Pep Club 12.
DAHL, BEVERLY: F. H. A. 105 G. A. A. 11.
DAHL, SHARILYN: Band 9,1O, 11,125 G. A.A.' 9,1O, 11,125 G. A. A. Scorehead 115 F. H. A. 9,1O, 11,125 School News-
paper Staff 115 Wresting Cheerleader 115 Homecoming Court 125 Prom Queen 115 Pom Pon Squad 125 Mixed Curling 10.
DETTINGER, SHAUNA: Mixed Curling 9, 10, 125 Pom Pon Squad 10, 11, 125 Forensics 9, 10, 125 G. A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125
Girls' Glee Club 115 Gymnastics 10, 115 Mixed Chorus 11, 125 French Club 1O,11, 125 Science Club 115 Debate 125
Student Council 95 Drama Club 12.
DOCKEN, LYNITA: Pom Pon Squad 10, 11, 125 Pom Pon Co- Captain 115 Pom Pon Captain 125 G. A.A. 9,19,11,125 One
Act Play 95 Forensics 9, 10, 11, 125 French Club 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 95 Girls' Glee Club 95 Solos and Ensembles 95
Gymnastics 10, 11, 125 Drama Club 125 Science Club 11, 125 Debate 125 Prom Court 115 Class President 95 Annual Staff
10, 115 Mixed Curling 9, 10, 11, 12.
DRUGAN, CARLA: Chorus 9,10, 11,125 Band 9, 10, 115 F. H.A. 9, 10, 11,125 G. A.A. 9, 10, 11,125 Junior Varsity Cheer-
leading 95 Varsity Cheerleading 10, 115 Pep Club 125 Christmas Ball Court 105 Forensics 10, 115 Mixed Curling 9, 105
Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 115 Annual Staff 115 School Newspaper Staff 115 Pom Pon Squad 125 Solos and Ensembles 9,
DUTTON, DANIEL: Wrestling 95 Football 105 Intramurals 9, 10,11.
EICHMAN, CATHERINE: Mixed Chorus 95 Forensics 9, 10, 11, 125 G.A. A. 9, 10,115 F. H. A. 95 Library Club 9, 10,11,125
School Newspaper Staff 10, 115 Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 115 Pep Club 125 Annual Staff 11, 125 Mixed Curling 9, 10, 11,
125 High Quiz Bowl Team 12. '
EKERN, KAREN: French Club 10. 11.
FOLKEDAHL, DANIEL: Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 9, 10, 11, 125 Basketball 105 Lettermen's Club 11, 125 Homecoming
Court 125 F. F. A. 9,1O.
HANSON, CONNIE-1 G. A- A- 9,10,11, 125 Band 9,1O,11, 125 Solos and Ensembles 9,10,11, 125 Library Club 11,125 Prom
Court 115 Class Secretary 105 French Club 10, 11, 125 Drama Club 9, 105 Library Club President 125 Annual Staff 125
SweetheartOueen115 Badger Girls' State Alternate 115 Student Council 12.
HANSON, LEONA: Work-Study Program5 Mixed Chorus 11.
HARRIS, FRED: Wrestling 115 Industrial Arts Club 12.
HENDERSON, MICHAEL: Wrestling 9.
HENDERSON, MONICA: G. A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125 Girls' Glee Club 125 Girls' Glee Club President 125 F. H. A. 9.
HENDRICKS, BONNIE: Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 115 G. A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125 F. H. A. 9, 105 Band 95 Mixed Chorus 9, 105
Forensics 9, 10, 115 Library Club 10, 11.
HENTHORN, BETTY: Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Solos and Ensembles 11, 125 Dance Band 115 Pom Pon Squad 9, 125 Pom Pon Sec-
retary 125 G.A.A. 9,1O, 11, 125 Drama Club 105 Gymnastics 11, 125 Pep Club 125 Y. S. Y. 12.
HILTON, MICHAEL: Football 9, 10, 115 Band 9, 10,115 Mixed Chorus 115 Curling 9, 1O,11, 125 Mixed Curling 9, 10,11, 125
Baseball 9, 10, 115 Intramuaral Basketball 9, 10, 115
HOGDEN, JANET: Mixed Chorus 9,10, 11,125 Girls' Glee Club 9,10, 115 Drama Club 10, 125 Plays 10, 125 Forensics 95
F. H. A. 10,11, 12.
HOGDEN, JEFFREY: Class Vice-President 105 Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Band President 125 Stage Band 11, 125 Solos and Ensem-
bles 9,10, 11,125 State Solos and Ensembles 10, 11,125 Library Club 11,125 N. H. S. 11, 125 Science Club 11,125 Curling
11,125 Mixed Curling 9, 10, 11,125 Track 9, 10, 11, 125 Lettermen's Club 11, 125 Industrial Arts Club 125 Forensics 9, 10,
11, 125 Student Council 125 Who's Who Among American High School Students 115 Mixed Chorus 11.
HOVELL, DEBRA: Band 9, 10,115 Mixed 9,1O,115 Solos and Ensembles 115 G. A.A. 9,10,11,125 F. H. A. 9,105 Intramu-
ral Basketball 9, 1O, 115 Pep Club 125 Student Council 105 Annual Staff 11, 125 School Newspaper Staff 11.
HOVELL, LOIS: F. H. A. 9, 10, 125 G.A. A. 9, 105 Library Club 10, 11.
HOVELL, LuANN: G. A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125 G. A. A. Attendance Recorder 10, 115 F. H.A. 9, 10, 125 Christmas Ball Court 95
Homecoming Court 12. Pom Pon Squad 9, 10.
HUNTER, KEVIN: Band 9,10,11, 125 Football 9, 10, 115 Wrestling 10, 11, 125 Baseball 9, 10, 11, 125 Lettermen's Club 11,
HUNTER, LILLIE: Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,125 Y. S. Y. 125 G. A. A. 9,1O,11, 125 F. H. A. 9,10, 11, 125 Intramural Basket-
ball 9, 10, 115 Forensics 95 Drama Club 125 School Newspaper Staff 115 Library Club 115 Pom Pon Squad 10.
JENSEN, CYNTHIA: Mixed Chorus 9, 10, 11, 125 Solos and Ensembles 95 G. A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125 Intramural Basketball 9, 10,
115 F. H. A. 9,1O, 11,125 Library Club 115 School Newspaper Staff 10,115 Forensics 9, 10,11, 125 Drama Club 125 Y. S. Y.
JESSESSKY, DEBRA: G. A, A, 9, 10, 11, 125 Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 115 Pom Pon Squad 10.
JOHNSON, MARCIA: Band 9,10,115 Solos and Ensembles 9, 10, 115 F. H. A. 95 G. A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125 Mixed Curling 9,1O,
11, 125 Pom Pon Squad 115 Library Club 11, 125 French Club 105 Annual Staff 125 Prom Court 11.
KLEIN, WENDELL: Forensics 9, 10, 115 F. F. A. 125 Student Council 9, 10, 11, 125 Student Council President 125 School
Newspaper Staff 10, 115 Student Council Vice- President 11.
KOPP, CARLTON EDWIN: Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Wrestling 11,125 Track 10, 11, 125 Science Club 11, 12.
KRACKOW, MARSHA: Band 9,10, 115 Mixed Chorus 105 Drama Club 125 Y. S. Y. 12.
KRIESEL, KENNETH: Student Council 95 Science Club 125 Science Club President 125 N. H. S. 10, 11, 125 High Quiz Bowl
LANDERS, ROCHELLE: Band 9, 10, 115 Mixed Chorus 9, 10, 11, 125 Solos and Ensembles 9, 10, 11, 125 Forensics 9, 10, 11,
125 F. H. A. 9, 10, 115 G. A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125 Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 115 Mixed Curling 9, 10, 11, 125 School Newspaper
Staff 10, 115 Annual Staff 115 Annual Staff Photographer 11.
LARSON, BONNIE: Band 9, 10, 115 Stage Band 115 Solos and Ensembles 115 Class Treasurer 95 G.A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125
F. H. A. 9, 125 French Club 9, 10, 125 Pep Club 125 Drama Club 9.
LEE, JOHN: Work-Study Program.
LETTNER, BARBARA: Band 9,10, 11,125 Mixed Chorus 9, 10,115 Solos and Ensembles 9, 10, 11, 125 Forensics 9,1O,115
Forensics District Contest 10, 115 G. A. A. 95 F. H.A. 9, 10, 125 School Newspaper Staff 115 N. H. S. 11, 125 Library Club
11, 125 Library Club Treasurer 125 Student Library Assistants Workshop 115 Annual Staff 125 Christmas Ball Queen 12.
LUCAS, CATHERINE: Band 9. 10, 115 Solos and Ensembles 105 State Solos and Ensembles 105 F. H. A. 9, 10, 115 Forensics
9, 10, 115 G. A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125 Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 115 Mixed Curling 9, 10, 11, 125 School Newspaper Staff 10,
115 Annual Staff 11.
MAHLUM, GLEN: F. F. A. 11, 125 Band 9, 10.
MCBRIDE, MAUREEN: G.A.A. 9, 10, 11, 125 F. H.A. 9, 105 Drama Club 125 Debate 125 Annual Staff 105 Color Guard
Sergeant 95 Mixed Chorusll5 Girls' Glee Club 10, 11.
MCCLANAI-IAN, MICHAEL: Industrial Arts Club 125 Mixed Chorus 9, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus Treasurer 125 Curling 125
Track 9, 12. -
MCCUTCHEN, WAYNE: Football 105 Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 125 .Track 9, 10, 11, 125 Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 115 Letter-
men's Club 9,10, 11,125 F. F. A. 125 Prom King 11.
MCDONAH, STEVEN: Football 115 Curling 9, 105 Lettermen's Club 11. 125 F. F. A. 125 Band 9.
MEUNIER, WAYNE: Football 9, 10, 115 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 125 Baseball 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 9, 105 Lettermen's Club 9, 10,
11,125 Mixed Curling 11, 125 F. F.A. 125 Band 95 Pep Club 125 Pep Club Officer 125 N. H. S. 11,125 N. H. S. Treasurer
125 Class President 95 Prom King 11.
MOULTON, CHRISTINE: Pom Pon Squad 10, 115 G. A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125 F. H. A. 95 Mixed Curling 95 Mixed Chorus 9, 10,
11,125 Girls' Glee Club 9, 10, 115 Drama Club 95 Prom Court 11.
NELSESTUEN, WANDA: Mixed Chorus 115 Girls' Glee Club 9, 115 Solos and Ensembles 9, 115 G.A.A. 9, 10, 115 French
Club 105 Library Club 11, 125 Drama Club 10.
NIEDERKORN, REED: Football 9,10, 11, 125 Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 125 Lettermen's Club 10, 11, 125 Science Club
11,125 Prom Court 11.
ONSRUD, RICHARD: Industrial Arts Club 12.
OSBORN, BEVERLY: F. H.A. 9, 105 G.A. A. 10, 11,125 Drama Club 125 Girls' Glee Club 10, 11, 125 Pep Club 12.
PAULSON, ALAN: Football 9, 105 Football Manager 11, 125 Band 9, 10, 125 Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Mixed Chorus Vice-
President 115 Mixed Chorus President 125 Solos and Ensembles 9, 10, 11, 125 Point Music Camp 115 French Club 10, 11, 125
French Club Vice-President 105 French Club President 115 Class Vice- President 95 Class President 105 Class Treasurer 115
Badger Boys' State Delegate 115 Forensics 115 Annual Staff 125 Prom Court 115 Sweetheart Queen Escort 115 Spade Reci-
pient 11. 5
PEDERSON, PAUL: F. F. A. 9, 10, 11, 12.
POSS, DEBRA: G. A. A, 9, 10, 11, 125 F. H.A. 95 Annual Staff 9, 105 Girls' Glee Club 115 Mixed Chorus 12.
POWELL, LuANN: G. A.A. 11, 125 Pep Club 125 Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Girls' Glee Club 10, 11, 125 Solos and Ensembles 125
Y. S. Y. 12.
PRZYTARSKI, EDWARD: Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Wrestling 9, 10, 11,125 Track 9,10,11, 125 Baseball 10, 11, 125 Lettermen
men's Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Science Club 11, 125 Prom Court 115 Class Vice-President 12.
QUALL, STEVEN: Wrestling 10, 11, 125 F. F. A. 11, 125 F. F.A. Basketball 11. 12.
RAVNUM, STEVEN: Football 105 Basketball 9, 10, 115 F. F. A. 9, 1O,11,125 F. F. A. judging Team 9, 10, 11, 125 F. F. A.
Vice- President 12.
REMUS, DEAN: Football 9. 10.11. 12: Lettermen's Club 11 1 ' Ind i - " ' -
RICHASON, STANLEY: Basketball 9. , 2, ustr al Arts Club 12, Industnal Arts Club President 12,
SCHELLER, STEVEN: Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 105 Student Council 11, 125 Student Council
Vice- President 115 Prom Court 115 Homecoming Court 125 Lettermen's Club 10, 11, 12.
SCHULTZ, DEBRA: Mixed Chorus 95 G. A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125 Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 115 Annual Staff 115 School News-
paper Staff 115 Library Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Student Library Assistants Workshop 115 N. H, S. 1 , 125 Forensics 9, 10.
SCHUMAN, JACQUELINE: Wrestling Cheerleading 115 Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 115 Prom Pon Squad 105 G. A, A. 9, 10,
115 F. H.A. 9, 10, 11, 125 Forensics 9, 10, 11, 125 One-Act Play 125 Drama Club 125 Library Club 9,10, 11,125 School
Newspaper Staff 10, 11.
SCHWARZHOFF, BONNIE: Band 9,10,11, 125 Solos and Ensembles 9,10, 11, 125 G. A. A. 9,10, 11, 125 F. H. A. 9,10, 115
Annual Staff 125 Drama Club 10.
SEVERSON, MARY: Library Club 95 F. H. A. 9, 10, 125 G. A. A. 9, 10.
SEVERSON, RONALD: Curling 9, 10, 11, 125 F. F.A. 11,125 Library Club 11, 125 Science Club 125 Lettermen's Club 12.
SOLBERG, COLETTE DAWN: G. A. A. 9,1O, 115 French Club 9, 105 Girls' Glee Club 9, 115 Mixed Chorus 115 Solos and
Ensembles 9, 11.
SPENCER, DANIEL: Football 9, 10,11, 125 Basketball 11,125 Wrestling 9, 105 Curling 115 Lettermen's ,Club 10, 11, 125
Library Club 10, 11, 125 French Club 10, 11, 125 N. H. S. 10, 11, 125 N. H. S. President 125 Science Club 10, 11, 125 Annual
Staff 125 Band 9, 125 Chess Club 11, 125 Who's Who Among American High School Students 11, 125 Badger Boys' State
Alternate 115 Christmas Ball King 125 Solos and Ensembles 125 Mixed Chorus 12.
STELLFLUE, MICHAEL: Football 9, 10, 11,125 Basketball 9,10, 11, 125 Baseball 125 Track 115 Lettermen's Club 10, 11, 125
Mixed Curling 11, 125 Prom Court 115 Homecoming Court 125 Class President 11.
STITH, DEBORAH: G. A.A. 115 Mixed Chorus 9, 10, 11,125 Solos and Ensembles 9,10,11,12.
STUHR, DAVID: Football 9, 105 Baseball 105 Golf 125 Curling 125 Track 105 Lettermen's Club 10,11,125 F. F.A. Basket-
ball 9, 10,11, 125 F. F.A. Judging Team 11, 125 F. F.A. President 12.
STULL, LOREEN: Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 9, 115 Solos and Ensembles 11, 125 State Solos and Ensembles 115
G. A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125 Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 115 Pep Club 125 School Newspaper Staff 10, 115 Forensics 9, 105 F. H. A.
95 Library Club 9, 10, 11: Drama Club 12.
SWENSON, CARL: F. F.A. 9, 10,115 W.J. D.A. 9,10,11.
SWENSON, CARLA: Forensics 9, 105 Girls' Glee Club 10, 11, 125 French Club 9.
SYLVESTER, DOROTHY: Mixed Chorus 9,115 Girls' Glee Club 125 F. H.A. 125 Library Club 10.
TROWBRIDGE, LAWRENCE: Baseball 9, 10, 11.
TRUAX, RICHARD: Football 9, 10, 125 Basketball 9, 105 Mixed Curling 9, 10, 11, 125 Baseball 95 Lettermen's Club 10, 11,
125 Golf 9.
WALS KI, DIANE: G. A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125 G. A. A. Attendance Recorder 95 G. A. A. Scorehead 105 G.A. A. Secretary 115
G. A.A. Vice- President 125 Majorette 115 Cheerleader-Jr. Varsity 105 Varsity Cheerleader 115 Banner Bearer 115 F. H.A.
9, 125 Library Club 9, 105 Y, S. Y. 125 School Newspaper Staff 10,115 Class Treasurer 125 Girls' Glee Club 125 Girls' Glee
Club Treasurer 125 Mixed Chorus 59, 10, 115 Prom Court 11.
WASON, KENNETH: Football 95 Wrestling 9, 11, 125 Track 11, 125 Mixed Curling 10, 115 Lettermen's Club 9, 10, 11, 125
Golf 105 Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 115 Mixed Chorus 9, 10, 125 Christmas Ball Court 11.
WELCH, MARGARET: Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 9, 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus Sectetary 125 Solos and Ensembles 9,
10,11,125 State Solos and Ensembles 10, 115 Point Music Camp 115 F. H.A. 9, 10, 11, 125 F. H. A. Secretary 105 F. H. A.
Vice- President 115 F. H. A. Parliamentarian 125 G. A. A. 9, 10, 11, 125 G. A. A. Vice- President 115 Class Secretary 115
Mixed Curling 10, 11, 125 Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 115 Ir. Varsity Cheerleading 9, 105 Forensics 9, 10, 11, 125 Annual
Staff 115 School Newspaper Staff 10, 115 Prom Court 115 Homecoming Court 12.
WILLIAMSON, CAROL: G. A.A. 9, 10, 11, 125 Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 115 Mixed Curling 125 F. H. A. 9, 10, 11.
Mixed Chorus 9, 10, 11, 125 Girls' Glee Club 125 Girls' Glee Club Secretary 125 Solos and Ensembles 9, 105 Annual Staff
115 School Newspaper Staff 10, 115 Class Secretary 9, 12.
Runnestrand, Mary Esther
J. V, Football, Head Coach
Curling, Head Coach
Wrestling, Head Coach A
French, junior-Senior High
French Club Advisor
Lettermen's Club, Chairman
Freshman Basketball Coach
Audio Visual Director
Future Farmers of America Advisor
Future Homemakers of America Advisor
Home Economics, junior - Senior High
Pom Pom Advisor
Future Homemakers of America Advisor
Student Council Advisor
Assistant Football Coach
Head Golf Coach
Head Football, Basketball, and Baseball
National Honor Society Advisor
Track, Head Coach
Senior High Instrumental Music
Drama Club Advisor
Senior High Vocal Music
Girls Athletic Association Advisor
Pep Club Advisor
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