Golden Valley High School - Viking Yearbook (Golden Valley, MN)
- Class of 1960
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. .,.. jean ericson
business manager .... , .... loretta davis
theme editor ....
photographer. . .
layout editors ......
circulation manager ....
advertising managers. . .
adviser .... , . .
. , .neal greenberg
. . , .barb hauge
. . .keith smith
. .... gail skyberg
,. , . .ianice raabe
.mrs. armi nelson
people. . .
A second is all iT Talces To lose a game, To craclc
a smile, To sing a noTe, To learn a new word, or. To
puT The lasT T or F on a TesT. This boolc conTains
many oT Those seconds, seconds which highlighf
The acTiviTies and gaieTy, The Troubles and ac-
complishmenTs oT Three hundred sevenTy-Tive Amer-
ican high school sTudenTs during a year which
opened a new decade, seaTed anoTher presidenT,
wafched CasTro's clamor Tor power, and raucously
advanced The Space Age.
IT was a year which saw The earTh become even
smaller because oT The increasing use oT commercial
ieT airliners. They made iT possible To Tly Trom New
York To Los Angeles in less Time Than iT Toolc a BuT-
Terin To enTer The bloodsTream.
IT was a year which saw The earTh become Iighr-
er as Tons oT sTeel were hurled inTo inTiniTe space
in The Torm oT saTelliTes and missiles.
lT was a year ThaT poinTed ouT To The earTh's peof
ple ThaT eiTher They live wiTh TaiTh and TrusT in
each oTher, or They would 'T live aT all. And iT was
a year ThaT saw TiTTy-Tivo seniors graduaTed Trom
a young b0T growing high school in The valley.
When The saTelliTe SpuTnilc was successTully
launched by The Russians, a new Type of inTerna-
Tional game began: a game ThaT losT a Tamed
diplomaTic kibiTzer named Dulles, a game in which
The UniTed STaTes Toresaw iTs mosT prosperous year
in hisTory Though crippled by a I I6-day sTeel sTrilce,
a game which saw The UniTed STaTes and Russia
begin a culTural exchange program ThaT denTed
The lron CurTain, a game ThaT heard sTaTesmen
Trom many counTries cry Tor peace, a game ThaT
saw Russia Talce picTures oT The darlc side oT The
moon simulTaneously malcing Taces in The PenTagon
Turn whiTe, a game ThaT had TerociTy, Tension, ex-
ciTemenT, and color, a game ThaT only brillianT minds
could play and win.
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These were The issues The TiTTy-Tive read abouT,
Talked abouT, learned abouT. Valley l-ligh had be-
come a 'Training cenTer," a preliminary worlcshop
Tor This game in which some day These ValleyiTes
would be The principal players. Every Time a book
was read, an experimenT conouered, an algebraic
eguaTion solved, or a senTence TranslaTed, These
sTudenTs were learning The game. BUT The Training
wasn'T enTirely reading, conquering, solving, and
TranslaTing. lT also involved a lighTer side oT liTe:
acTing in a class play, lisTening To The laTesT iazz
release, savoring a pizza, or displaying The newesT
Tad. ArTisTry, compeTiTion, Tashion, and leisure, as
well as The conquering and solving experimenTs oT
learning, are The expressions highlighTed in This
ThereTore, as The world expressed iTselT in many
ways, someTimes wiTh The loud Thunderous roar oT
an ICBM, someTimes wiTh The guieT hand ThaT wroTe
Dulles' obiTuary, so did Golden Valley l-ligh School
express iTselT in many ways, someTimes wiTh a loud.
colorTul voice and someTimes wiTh a guieT pen.
frames an array of expressions
Enrollmenl numbered 375 individuals, each inlenl
on reaching some goal, each wilh an opporlunily
lo express himsell, whelher in lhe chemislry lab, on
lhe baslcelball courl, or behind lhe roslrum.
Every sludenl had an opporlunily 'lo malce use
ol lhe 4300 volumes in lhe school library, lo belong
lo many ol lhe exlracurricular organizalions, or lo
benelil lrom lhe services ol a lull-lime guidance
counsellor, ollered lor lhe lirsl lime lhis year.
l959 saw eslablishmenl ol lhe lirsl iournalism,
French I, Spanish lll, and German lll courses.
All classes were small, enabling leachers lo
devole lime lo lhe needs ol lhe individual. Tech-
niques made use ol leclures, visual aids, magazines,
records, maps, and opaque proieclors. Tape record-
ings ol nalive spealcers were used in language
lions was ollered in business classes, home econom-
ics, and induslrial arls. Sludenls saw lhe "why?"
by diagraming a senlence, decomposing ammonium
carbonale, or dissecling a lrog.
The average senior managed lo lalce parl in
lhree exlracurricular aclivilies: many sludenls were
aclive in six or more. These aclivilies loolc place dur-
ing a shorl period belore 9 a.nn. al lhe beginning
ol each day. bul lew sludenls managed lo escape
lhrough lhe solid blue doors al 3:22 in lhe aller-
noon, as worlc on such class and club proiecls ollen
conlinued inlo lhe nighl. The school worlc day con-
sisled ol six class hours. ln lhe middle ol lhe sched-
ule one hall hour was sel aside permilling some
340 sludenl gourmels lo savor 75 pounds ol ground
be-el, 30 pounds ol bread, I5 pounds ol Carrols.
. . . on a lypical day.
courses. and praclice on machines ol lulure voca-
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"TOM DAHL, YOU'RE ALL WET!" Leonard Langley emphalically remarlrs during a discussion in lhe blh hour Modern Prob-
lems class. These discussions never fail lo produce mixed emolions from lhis class of seniors. The lwo seclions are laughl by
Mrs. Amla Slall and Franlc Farrell.
FOUR HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE! Bob Hanson and DeAnn McAlis'rer worlr on a
mofion experiment as Kei+l1 Smiih, kneeling, and Mi+ch Rand look on cri+ically.
CONFERRING WITH VALLEY VIEWER EDITOR, Lowell Gomsrud, righf, on +he six-page
spring issue are page edifors, Jan La+sha, right and Beth Schwariz, lef+, and Jerry Boschee
STRAINING EVERY MUSCLE baslreTeer Marvin
Socher evades Shalropee players and Tries his lucl:
o a lay p
Small Valley T-ligh was a boon Tor The sporTs en-
ThusiasT. No cligues made sTudenTs sTrangers To
each oTher. Players, Too, were more Than iusT pass-
ing acquainTances. WhaTever The ouTcome oT The
game, sTudenTs usually deparTed in an amialole
mood. perhaps aTTribuTed To a pluraliTy oT pals.
The male populaTion parTicipaTed in compeTiTion
ranging Trom debaTe To Traclc, Trom TooTl3all To
speed Typing. A program was iniTiaTed To give
youngsTers as low as The TourTh grade a supervised
program oT aThleTic compeTiTion.
WiTh GAA, music, speech acTiviTies, and cheer-
leading, The Tenninine populaTion oTTen spenT one
or Two hours on a special proiecT beTore Treading
The asphalT homeward.
A True compe-TiTor musT have The desire, a will-
ingness To worlc hard and To do a iob aT The heighT
oT his abiliTy. ln baslceliball, Tor insTance, The Team
pracTiced Ten hours a weelc iusT To spend an hour
and a hall on Friday evening loolaing sharp, capable,
and elaTed-or perhaps disorganized, incapalole,
BuT compeTiTion wasn'T always againsT a Tellow
man. ln wriTing arTicles Tor The paper or a research
Theme Tor English, sTudenTs compeTed wiTh Them-
selves To do The l3esT possible iob.
CompeTiTion was expressed aT school in many
ways. Miss lvlary NeTzinger coached an eighT-man
deloaTe squad. PxlThough The iTirsT sTring" debaTers
were mosTly blaTanT upperclassmen, The Team also
included Tour Treshmen who were learning The rules
ol ranTing and raving Trom The ground up.
To The conlerence music conTesTs Valley senT 90
choir members, 44 band members, and 25 soloisTs
and ensembles. They compeTed in The regionals
among groups Trom nine schools, The enTranTs ToTal-
ing a whopping l,325.
In summary, however, The mosT compeTiTive, The
mosT challenging baTTle oT Them all, was The sTrug-
gle To convince The Teaching sTaTT ol The sTudenT's
superioriTy in all deTails ol all phases oi everyThing.
ions of competition
DEBATE TAKES CONCENTRATION Argumenhafors Mary Guebenham Marnue Mellberg and
Judy Koch IISTGI1 affenhvely whule Leslie Mufchell explams a new POINT of 'Hwelr currenf sublecf
ONE DOWN TWO TO GO? Paul Enghauser seems +o be ouf of Hue runnmg In This fesi' of
fypung speed Shll gomg s+rong are Jeff Erucson and Jeff McLeod
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PENNY PLASS AND JOY ANDERSEN gourmefs for science In fhe Ad
vanced Home Economics class puf +he 'fmlsl-nng iouches bn an edible
proleci a chocolafe calre
TROMBONISTS John Beckman and Sieve Sahly are reaching for sevenih
posuhon whule prachcung Hue clumax of Moussorgskys Greai' Gaie of Knev
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This was fhe year capacify audiences across fhe
Unifed Sfafes fhrilled fo fhe music and dance of
fhe Russian and Polish sfafe ballef companies. Af
Golden Valley fhis year fhe Valleyeffes, a modern
dance group, was formed under fhe direcfion of
Mrs. Frances Finch, physical educafion insfrucfor.
Mr. William Anderson, Mrs. Berneffe Engguisf,
and Mrs. Finch direcfed fhe combined elemenfary
and high schools of fhe disfricf in a Chrisfmas
pageanf specfacular, aided by fhe high schools 44-
member band and 9OAmember choir.
This was fhe year Leonard Langley, affer ac-
cumulafing 32 nafional awards, was given second
place honors in fhe Nafional Accordion Olympics,
fhe mosf demanding accordion confesf in fhe
As a combined efforf fhe shop boys builf a com-
plefe, scaled model of a confemporary home de-
signed by Sfeve Lanalc, The home economics girls
expressed fheir creafivify fhrough culinary masfer-
pieces and well-sef fables.
Seven senior girls, including accompanisf Mary
Johnson, formed a sexfef fhis year. "Tri-Tones" Joy
Andersen, Judie Carlson, Jean Ericson, Mary
Fisher, Sandy Greenfield, and Kafhy Wilson sang af
many school affairs.
A junior high group deffly consfrucfed assorfed
papier mache figures. Screaming sfudenfs reporfed
one of fhe repfiles winlced, buf Mr. David Balcer,
arf direcfor, bifing his fingernails, offered no
credence fo fhe rumors. An advanced arf class
proiecf, fhe colorful mosaic cloclc on fhe easf wall
of The foyer, was consfrucfed wifh fhe aid of funds
presenfed by fhe firsf graduafing class.
Arf is somefimes a demanding fhing, agreed
Valley Viewer edifors Lowell Gomsrud and Janice
Lafsha, as fhey raclced fheir brains while affempf-
ing fo find fhe perfecf words for headlines in fhe
six issues published fhis year.
Senior Karen Johnsfon has been pracficing arf-
isfry on ice for fhe pasf nine years, winning several
medals in confesfs and slfafing in annual shows.
Drama is arf. A successfully inferprefed play,
such as The fale of fhe 'Ten Liffle lndiansf' may
leave fhe viewer wifh iusf as vivid an impression as
received from a painfing by Picasso, who fhis year
began work on an illusfrafion of biblical hisfory fo
be unveiled in l962.
Golden Valley flourished wifh arfisfry, from fhe
basic sfrucfure of fhe school and ifs curriculum fo
fhe cry of a "caf" af fhe Beafnilc Dance. "Move
over on fhe bongos, man, l goffa express myself."
IN A PENSIVE MOOD, Ar? I sfuclenf Sharon Kulen-
lramp slefches a Valley landscape from a poin'r
wesf of fhe high school.
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Subdued, muied, hazy, murky, or iuslr plain diriy
green was ihe color of Jrhe year.
The genllemen of I96O preferred wool slacks
wilh a bulky sweaier and prinl, paisley, or oxford
Mademoiselles skirls were somewhal' shorler, or,
depending on how you look al il, legs were longer.
Shoe-bools, reminiscenf ol Robin I-lood's fool-
wear, were favorile among Jrhe ladies. The wide
lops, however, made ihem somewhaf uncomforlable
on rainy days. All shoes lealured Jrhe poinled-+oe
look, dangerous in crowded halls.
A GV. girl was seen wilh her hair pixie-siyle one
day and in a long shimmering pony lail lhe nexi.
wall' :elif " ' s 1 X C,
l-low so? l-lair wigs.
A GV. male was proiecled from ihe elemenlrs
in a car coal, suburban coar, hero iackei, or irench
coar Jropped oil by a Tyrolean-sryle hai, compleie
wilh brush and ski medals. For ihe girls, raccoon
coals were revived from lhe Jrweniies.
Six seniors wore conlacl' lenses. Somelimes ihe
illusive plasfic wonders would pop ou+ and lraniic
was 'he search lor fhe wearer's "eyes,"
This year also saw sguash heels, conlinenlal suiis,
box plealed skirls, French rolls, lier blouses, blazers.
crew-necks, boal-necks, shawl collars, vesls, and
chinos. Busile sales were deiinilely down for The
year, as was lhe sale of lhree-cornered hals.
CARS AND COATS REFLECT THE TRENDS OF '60 as Pa+ Johnson, in a
raccoon collared coal, and Pele Presfegaard. in a irench coal, climb in+o
a compacf Valiant
DIFFERENT FOOTWEAR WAS THE RAGE
for +he year, as shown lay 'these boofs and
Colleen Heinsch, Judy Schmirler, Boyd
Lesfer, Lowell Gomsrud, Jane? Gulslrand,
Charlene Wenle, Avis Pelerson. and
sealed, Jucly Carlson.
expressions of fashion
BARB ANDERSON AND LANE REYNOLDS COUNT +heir
pennies affer purchasing McDonald's 45 cenl "lhree course
meal." I+ includes a hamburger, french fries. and shalre.
BYRON OR BORDER PATROL? Neal Greenberg 'Forge+s his
sefiles down 'ro an exciling TV show.
DANCING IS THE MOST POPULAR FORM OF
LEISURE enloyed by G. V. sfudenTs. Here Kei+h
Rahn and Lynne Runcie demonsTraTe The Lindy.
AT 3:22 key-chain wielding sTudenTs dashed To
The parking loT and Tired up Their engines, The sound
TesTiTying The rage oT The day was dual exhausTs.
Ame-rica's chrome dragons were being replaced
by The compacTs, Corvair, Falcon, Lark, Valianf,
Hobbies varied Trom Tom Dahl's Tlying lessons
To ham radio operaTion by KeiTh SnniTh, Bob Han-
son, and Neal Greenberg.
Friday evening, Tollowing The game, There was
usually a crowd oT ValleyiTes aT McDonald's, home
oT The I5-cenT hamburger.
Rock 'n' Roll, wiTh Fabian The king, was sfill The
TavoriTe in dance music. For lisTening, BelaTonTe's
Calypso and progressive iazz were popular. Carnegie
I-lall resounded wiTh The Caribbean beaT oT "MaTil-
da," and MinneapoliTans packed The audiTorium
To see The KingsTon Trio give iTs second concerT
oT Tolk music here. TwenTy-Tour seniors owned
Doubling was The Tashion in daTing, 54.50 The
average daTe cosT. ATTer a show or dance, Valley-
iTes visiTed Beek's, The Pizza Cellar, or The CaTe
Espresso Tor pizza. Valley seniors named "A Sum-
mer Place" Their TavoriTe movie, and Teenagers
Sandra Dee and Troy Donahue Top sTars.
When some TV quiz shows were Tound To be
TraudulenT, The sophisTicaTed wesTern, designed To
be waTched by adulTs, really kids aT hearT, became
The rage. ValleyiTes chuckled over plans oT poker-
playing Maverick broThers on Sunday and sTayed up
laTe To waTch The unrehearsed Jack Parr Show.
expressions of leisure
LEISURE DOESNT START WHEN THE FINAL SCHOOL BELL RINGS' Nelfher coffee nor no dole pulls could Ireep Mary
Johnson awake as she accldenfly slips info clreamland Mary 'IYPITIGS senior English siuclenfs who burned The nlgI1TlighTs sTucIy
ing when Term papers were due
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MORNING GREETINGS are offered +o Geraldine Rouzer, Sfephen Sahly, Krisfi Presfegaard, and Jol-in
Dewey Breisch, principal, and Lucille Rosenow, superinlendent Bo+h find lime fo advise sfudenfs.
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encouraged by administrators
According fo Superinfendenf Lucille Rosenow,
"Recognizing and developing fhe pofenfial individ-
ualify of every sfudenf is fhe sfandard we wish fo
achieve in educafion af Golden Valley. An under-
sfanding feacher-sfudenf relafionship is a maior
facfor in fhe effecfiveness of any school program:
As we grow and mafure, we believe fhis will be
happening fo an ever-increasing degree."
Miss Rosenow was honored in Ocfober, I959,
by fhe Minnesofa Educafion Associafion for her
services fo fhe elemenfary school principals and
presenfed wifh a plague. She was also awarded an
honorary life membership in fhe Nafional Deparf-
menf of Elemenfary School Principals by fhe Twin
Cify Elemenfary Principals and Supervisors Asso-
ciafion af fhe Knighfs and Ladies of fhe Hiclcory
Along wifh his regular dufies as principal, Dewey
Breisch affended a one-week convenfion of fhe
Nafional Associafion of Secondary School princi-
pals in Porfland, Oregon, and a one-weelc worlcshop
of Minnesofa principals in Bemidii. l-le was elecfed
secrefary-freasurer of fhe Minnesofa Valley Con-
ference, an organizafion of adminisfrafors and de-
parfmenf heads in fhe Valley Conference, and is
a member of fhe local Opfimisf Club.
There wasn'f a sfudenf who didn'f have an op-
'porfunify fo confer wifh Franlc Farrell, Valley's firsf
guidance counsellor. In facf, a few had fiffeen in-
ferviews which may have lasfed from fiffeen min-
ufes fo fhree hours. ln defermining apfifude, abilify,
and inferesf he adnninisfered fesfs including fhe
Lorge-Thorndike lnfelligence Tesf, Differenfial Apfi-
fude Tesf, ninfh grade Co-operafive Baffery Tesf,
sophomore Iowa Educafional Developmenf Tesf,
and fhe senior Iowa Tesf, in addifion fo individual
Under fhe direcfion of Leland Gillogly, presidenf,
members of fhe Golden Valley Educafional Asso-
ciafion confinued promofing "qualify educafionf'
gafhering for seven meefings in fheir fhird year.
Disfinguished reporfer, lecfurer, and Golden Valley
residenl' Carl Rowan spolce fo fhe Associafion on
"ls Our American Family Decayingff' "Fosfering
l-lealfhy Sfudenf-Teacher-Parenf Relafionshipn and
foreign sfudy were discussed af ofher meefings.
Alfhough Valley feachers are franfically busy dur-
ing fhe school day, fhere was always occasion fo
advise and give firne fo exfra-curricular school func-
Leisure fime for insfrucfors, however, is limifed,
fhough Miss Mary Nefzinger found fime fo bowl
a line befween correcfing fesfs and devising lesson
plans for senior English, Bob Loclcwood allowed no
indecision behind fhe plafe as umpire for fhe Val-
ley Liffle League. Mrs. Armi Nelson planfed her
garden, Mrs. Ella Lindberg pracficed fhe piano
and Tom Benepe shof 69 on fhe golf linlcs. Mr. Gil-
logly spenf his summer vacafion as Depufy As-
sessor for fhe Village of Golden Valley.
CONCENTRATING on fheir lasi' high school exams are college-conscious seniors, Colleen Heinsch and Roger Quisf, while
Frank Farrell, guidance counsellor and social sfudies insfrucfor, digs fhrough his files searching for occupafional informafion.
"REACH, STRETCH, PULL . '. . I-2-3-4." Mrs.
Frances Finch leads one of her 'Four physical educa-
lion classes. Mrs. Finch leads Valleyefles and GAA
gv tongue-tied over language
"lT WAS GREEK TO ME." Linguisfs Miss Eslelle Wahlslrand,
Spanish, French, English: Mrs. Mildred Wivell, German: Mrs. Jo Ann
Herring, English, iournalism, iunior class play, sophomore class adviser,
Valley Viewer adviser.
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WHITE BUCKS ARE A FAVORITE wifh ins+ruc+or Tom Benepe. Clyde Rush Eng-
Iish, social sfudies, sevenih grade adviser. Jerome Holewa: physical educafion,
afhlefic direcior, ir. high baslrefball and assis+an+ foo+baII coach, eighfh grade
adviser. Tom Benepe: science, biology, fooiball and fraclr coach, senior adviser.
COMBINING INDUSTRIAL AND CREATIVE ARTS, Leland Gillogly fries his hand
ai' mosaic worlr. Leland Gilloglyr indusfrial ar+s, carpenfry adviser, iunior class
adviser. David Balmer: ar+, social siudies, eighih grade adviser. Tom Dahl, senior,
THIS PICTURE MUST HAVE BEEN POSED since facully members seldom 'Find lime +o relax wilh a
magazine. Roberf Loclcwood: plane geomefry, solid geomefry, rrigonomelry, physical educalion,
baslcelball and baseball coach, sophomore class adviser. Walfon Welna: chemisfry, physics, higher
algebra. Gerald Pefersonz English, social sludies, iunior high foolball coach, sevenlh grade adviser.
Clark Kaplan: algebra, mafhemafics, junior high baslcelball coach, freshmen class adviser.
teachers pla double role
HISTORY-MINDED social sludies ins+ruc+ors Mrs. Ani+a Sfall and Waller Kimble
lhumb lhrough reference malerials while Mrs. Evelyn Arends, librarian, aids Belh
Schwarf-1, iunior, in selecfing a play. Mr. Kimble is also assisranl' baslzelball coach.
LAST MINUTE RUSH for ihe duplicalor lales place before exam week as inshucfors run off 'Final "inquisH'ions." Mrs. Ella
Lindberg, mafhemarics, science, Junior Red Cross adviser, sevenrh grade adviser: Gail Slryberg, sophomore: Miss Mary Nei-
zinger, English, speech, debafe, cheerleader coach, forensics, senior play, senior adviser, Mrs. Lorna Erdahl, home economics,
English, eighlh grade adviser: Mrs. Armi Nelson, fyping, shorfhand, secrelarial praciice, accounling, Vilcinq adviser, 'Freshman adviser.
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William Anderson: music direcfor, band,
choir. Mary Johnson, senior.
service staff of I2 keep
INCESSANT INTERRUPTIONS, including phone, buzzer, and PA. sysfem, were a parf of Mrs. Esrher Berglund's daily roufine.
Mrs. Margarel Sperry handled school board funds, payroll, and all money problems. Accounlani' Mrs. Sara Hauensfein leff 'lhe
sfaff in May. Judy Cummer, freshman: Mrs. Hauens+ein: Mrs. Sperry, financial secrefaryg Mrs. Berglund, srudenl' record secrelaryq
Judy Helland, freshma n.
THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES Carroll Nelson Ed DeMars Head Engineer Clarence Holfz Cliff Bergs Waller Sfark and
Harold Telzlaff Cusrodlan Clarence Sir-:Hon noi pucfured was hospufalnzed wlfh a broken leg Planhng I2 000 pines on fhe
norih slopes was one of +he exfra 'obs underraken by 'Phe seven whose worlr varied from cufhng grass fo bufflng floors
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Foriy pounds of peanur buffer per weelc and 200
pounds of polaloes for every meal malce up no
ordinary grocery lisr. ll lakes a mounrain of food
To salisfy 375 appeliles daily. ln order 'ro masfer
'lhe menu and meer rhe lime schedule, Three coolcs
use a gianf 20-gallon mixer, a ZOO-pound capaci+y
sfeam lable, Two nnonsfrous sfoves, a 38 by 54
inch oven, and an eleclric poralo peeler, which en-.
aloles +wo people To peel and eye pofaloes for
one GV meal in Jrwo hours.
Afler handing our Jrardy passes 'ro sludenis every
day for lhree years and supervising lunch riclcel'
sales, Mrs. Esrher Berglund, secrelary +0 Mr. Breisch,
lefr GV for a secreiarial posifion ai Orono high
school. Sharing rhese official dufies is Miss Rose-
now's secrerary, Mrs. Margarer Sperry, who also
handles school financial accounfing.
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"WE KNEW YOU WERE COMING so we baked a calre Mrs Dorothy Elmquisf Mrs Florence Hauschnldf and
Mrs. Hazel Dawson, cooks, use fhe 20-gallon mixer in malung one of +hus years I60 school lunches Cooling one
lunch for nearly 400 people means beginning meal preparahons ai' 7 30 am before sfudenfs arrive for school
I+ all began back in l942. Thirry bouncing baby
boys and rwenfy-five irresislible girls were born corn-
plerely unaware and uninreresred in +he facr Thar
in seyenleen shorl years lhey would be Togerher
as a senior class plunging Jrhrough +ha+ lasl' year.
ll wasndr so long ago lhar lhey bundled up and
marched ol? for kindergarlen al Lalayerle and
Then rhey frolicked back lo Golden Valley's
Meadowbrook Elemenlary School. These were 'rhe
gay and giddy years ol "Are you on lhe girls' side
or The boys?" 'll'rn gonna reporl' you To lhe prin-
cipal!" and "Tomrny's golf a girl friend!"
Those 'superiorw years of lhe 7+h and Slh grades
included rhe lirsl dance for which rhey spenf a
whole weeks class lime preparing: learning how ro
dance: The hor campaigns lor srudenr council of-
fices, which displayed banners like "Slay under Jrhe
lolfy Elan," lJirn Elrnguisll' and lhe sober graduarion
cerernony when all The girls cried.
Then off lhey plowed ro Minneapolis' Jefferson
Junior High, where rhey enioyed a year of educa-
Yon in a slighlly dihferenl armosphere.
Bu? lhe bell rang back in lhe new Golden Valley
HONOR STUDENTS Karen Johnsfon, Mary Fisher, Barb
Hauge, and Keifh Smirh siarf one of +he many college
enhance +es+s seniors encounferecl in 'rlneir lasi' weeks.
class of '60
"WHO DO YOU THINK you are!" Mary Johnson remonsfrafes 'ro Dave
Swans+rom, as Pefe Schrofh lis+ens affenfively during a Modern Problems class.
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RICHARD LEONARD ANDERSON
Foofball 2: Wresfling 2.
JOYCE LEE ANDERSEN
FRED ALLEN BERENBERG
Foofball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, Lel-
1'ermen's Club 3. 41 Red Cross 2.
CHARLES FREDERIC ANDERSON
Wresfling 2, 3, 43 Le'Hermen's Club
JANET MARIE BOULEY
GAA 2, 4: VV Circulafion Manager
3, Aclverlising Manager 4: DAR
Award 4: Viking Depar+men+ Edifor
4: One-Ac'r Play 3: Choir 3, 4: Ten
Llf+le lndlans cas? 4: Babysiller casl
3: German Club 3, 4: Sfudenf
Council Secrefary 3: Red Cross 4.
GAA 3, Viking Depar+men+ Edifor
47 Choir 3, 4: Tri-Tones 4.
GERALD EMlL BRADEMAN
Foo+ball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4:
Wresfling 37 4: LeHermen's Club
3, 4: Choir 3, 4.
RICHARD EARL BRUCKELMYER JAMES RUSSEL CARLSON
W r e s l' l i n g 2, 3, LeHermen's Babysilfer cas? 3: Baseball 2: Wres-
Club 3, 4. 'fling 2.
JUDITH ANNE CARLSON
Choir 4: Viking Deparfmenl Edifor
4: VV Assisfanf Page Edifor 4: GAA
2, 4: Cheerleader 2: Red Cross
Presidenf 4: Sfudeni' Council 2:
One-Aci' Play 2: Tri-Tones 4: Ten
LiH'le Indians casf 4.
LORETTA GAlL DAVIS
JAMES MERLlN DENNESON
men's Club 4.
VV Adverfising Layoul' Chief 3:
GAA 2: Red Cross 4: Viking Busi-
ness Manager 4: Senior Class Treas-
Foofball 4: Wresfling 2, 3, 4: Le'Her-
THOMAS VINCENT DAHL
FooTball 2, 3, 4: Wresfling 2, 3, 4:
LeTTermen's Club 3, 4: Red Cross 77
3: BabysiTTer casT 3: Shop Aicl 4:
Junior Achievemenf 3.
"KlLL THE UMPl" Leonard Langley seems To have aroused The concealed
emofions of Mary Fisher and JaneT Gulsfrand in porTraying an exuberanT base-
ball enThusiasT! lmprompfu panfomimes were parT of Speech ll acTiviTies.
privilege mark s nior role
BOB HANSON AND MITCH RAND are probably
considering going back To 8Th grade mafh as They
Tediously figure ou+ a problem The "easy" way.
l-low are seniors differenT? FirsT, seniors musT seT
good examples as leaders in The classroom and
acTiviTy areas and esTablish good social sfandards
for underclassmen To follow. The seniors iniTiaTe
school spiriT, exTra-curricular parTicipaTion and gen-
eral inTeresT in school and school worlc.
As a reward for Their endeavors, special honors
and evenTs are seT aside To go exclusively wiTh The
role of being seniors.
To The seniors go mosT of The high posiTions on
publicaTion sTaffs and academic clubs. They are
honored annually by underclassmen aT The spring
prom, and To Them goes The coveTed privilege of
going firsT in The lunch line.
Being differenT is once again an advanTage as The
enTire senior class enjoys a day away from The
rigors of classes, homeworlc, and school acTiviTies.
This special day is usually celebraTed wiTh a picnic
by a peaceful lalce followed by a "rip-iT-up" class
Professional porTraiTs, usually involving many re-
Talces and appoinfmenfs aT The beauTy salon are
posed To show The seniors aT Their dignified besf.
BUT The climax of being seniors comes on graduaTion
nighf when They are spoTlighTed and honored boTh
as individuals and as a group.
The lasT marlc of difference leaves The halls of
Golden Valley quieT. They laclc The familiar hum of
These busy people, when, aT The year's end, seniors
are excused a weelc earlier Than The underclassmen.
Whal conslilules lhe lrosling ol lhe educalional
cake? The aller school aclivilies: lhe combined
ellorl ol lacully and sludenl body working loward
goals such as winning alhlelic squads, lop-rale pub-
licalions, an enriching musical program, and reward-
ing academic clubs.
This year seniors, underclassmen, and advisers
have spenl counliess hours burning lhe nighl lighls
lo meel deadlines. Some ol lhe main lime con-
sumers were lhe senior class play, pulling lhe
Valley Viewer lo "bed," and gelling Viking seclions
lo lhe publisher on lime. ll was nol uncommon lo
lind sludenls al school as lale as midnighl.
Eighly per cenl ol lhe senior boys parlicipaled
in loolball, baskelball, baseball, wreslling, or lrack.
For lhe girls lhere was lencing, bowling, lennis,
badminlon, or swimming.
Golden Valley was lorlunale lo be hosl lo lhe
500 choir members ol lhe Valley Conlerence
schools lor lhe annual choir conlesl on April 6.
Debale and lorensics look speakers lo Dululh, Sl.
Paul, Hopkins, and Bloominglon.
The seniors decided early in January lo sponsor
a carnival lo lool lhe expenses ol lheir Chicago
lrip. The belorehand preparalions includedgz build-
ing I3 boolhs, painling 20-yard banners, selling
lickels, and solicilino prize donalions.
ll was lhese long hours and hard work lhal made
lhe l959-60 year an especially busy, exciling, pro-
duclive, and happy one lor lhe seniors.
KAREN JOHNSTON informs Denny Miller, "You loo can
be a posler painler!" These poslers proved a big parl of
publicily drives and were an oullel 'For originalily.
niors toil a night
"PHILLlP, PHILLIP, I THOUGHT l'D KILLED YOU!" Sandy Greenfield and Chris
Konlenakos re-enacl lhe climax of lhe senior class play, Ten Lillie Indians.
JEAN MARJORlE ERlCSON
Viking Co-Edilor 4: Choir 2, 3, 4:
Tri-Tones 47 Babysiller Casl 3: Ten
Lillie Indians Casl 4: GAA 2, 3, 4:
Spanish Club Secrelary-Treasurer 4:
Junior Achievemenl Vice-Presidenl
3: Declam 3.
"lT'S LATER THAN YOU THINK!" Roger
Quisf, affer a busy clay's acfivllies cleparfs for
MARY LOUISE FISHER
Junior Class Secre+ary-Treasurer:
GAA 2: Choir 2, 3, 4: Tri-Tones 4:
German Club Secrefary 3, 4: Hon-
or Sociefy 4: Babysilfer casl' 3: Red
Cross 2, Vice-Presidenl' 4: Vice-
Presiclenl 3, 4: Declam 3, 4:
Deba+e 3, 4.
JAMES RICHARD ELMOUIST
Foofball 2, 3, 4: Baslelball 2, 3, .5
Capfain 4: Baseball 2: Track 3, 4: W
LeHermen's Club 3, 4: Home-
coming AHenclan+ 4: Class Presi-
clenl' 2, 4: Choir 4.
PAUL LEONARD ERICKSON
Foofball 4: LeHermen's Club 4.
MARY JO FREDERICKSON
Viking Circulafion Manager 4: VV
Circulalion Manager 3: Choir 3, 4:
Declam 3: German Club 3, 4.
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JOSEPH RICHARD GEORGE
Sophomore Class Treasurer: Junior
Achievemenl 3: Foofball 2, 3, 4:
Baseball 2, 3, Capfain 4: Lefler-
men's Club Vice-Presiclenl 3, 4.
JANET CAROL GULSTRAND
German Club 3, 4: Ten Lillle ln-
dians Sludenl Direclor 4: Declam
3, 47 Babysiller casl 3: Red Cross
2, 3, 4: Choir 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4:
KEITH SMITH GLANCES OVER one of his applicalions for college.
Mosl college-bound seniors senl applicalions lo lwo or lhree schools.
make college plan
Decisions laced lhe 55 who were gradualed.
Whal lo do? Seniors knew long hours ol sludy,
lraining, and work lay ahead ol lhem as lhey
passed lhrough lhe school doors lor lhe lasl lime.
Work? lvlililary service? Business or lechnical
school? College, and if so, large or small? And
whal courses lo lake?
Over 80 per cenl ol lhe seniors planned lo con-
linue lheir educalion in a college, lrade school, or
olher inslilulion ol learning. Twenly-lhree ol lhe
55 direcled lheir sleps loward advanced educalion
al the Universily ol Minnesola. Anolher 9 ol lhe
college-bound lavored small schools. The seniors
spenl some ol lheir valuable lime lrowning over
college boards, civil service, and ACT college en-
lrance lesls, and laboriously lilling oul applicalion
blanks. College maiors were a headache. "l guess
llll decide my maior aller l've been lhere awhile."
For many, rnililary service would have lo wail.
For olhers, "Maybe l'll ioin ROTC when l gel lo
college," And s+iIl olhers, said "The service is a
valuable opporlunily lor learning."
ll was Hue niglul lor corncobs. luay bales, and pun -
lcinsf il was Hue niglul Hue girls lurned Hue lables on
Hue boys: il was Hue niglul Hue seniors brouglrul Dog-
palclu lo Golden Valley.
More Huan IOO sludenls danced lo Hue music ol
Elvis Presley, Bill l-laley, and Jolunny lvlaHuis from
8 lo ll:3O pm. on November 6. Belween dances
Huey dranlc pop and ale various lcinds ol cookies
made by Hue senior girls.
Tom Dalul, cluosen by Hue class lo acl Hue role ol
Marryin' Sam, was lfepl busy all evening and
brouglul nearly IOO per cenl ol Hue Dogpalclu
couples lo Hne allar.
Tlue winners ol Hue prize lor Hue besl coslume
were decided by means ol a clapping vole aller jf DQ f
Hue iudges, Tom Benepe and Franlc Farrell, selecled ,f -
six couples lo compele. A lwo-way corncob pipe
was awarded lo "Sheriff Bouleyf' Jan Bouley, and
"Bummy," Denny Miller.
Tlue close ol Hue dance lound seniors carrying
Hue purnplcins, luay bales, and emply pop bolHes lo
Hueir proper places, All was cleaned in lwenly
minules, and Dogpalclu Counly vanislued unlil lime
lor ils reappearance nexl' year,
C'MON, MITCH, ASK HER. She won'+ bile! Milclu Rand.
wiHu some molivaiion from Roger Quisl. muslers Hue courage
lo aslz Jean Ericson lo Hue Valenline Dance.
dogpatch provides fun
JAN BOULEY AND DENNY MILLER STROLL from Hue Terrace Huealer affer
enjoying a lypical evening ou'l'. From here Huey will probably go lo one of
Hue pizza spols.
MARY FRANCES JOHNSON
GAA 43 Viking Deparlmenl' Edifor
4: VV Assisfanl' Page Edilor 4: De-
clam 47 Junior Acluievemenf Sec-
refary 3: Cluoir 45 Tri-Tones Accom-
panisl' 41 Band 3, 4.
COLLEEN DIANE HEINSCH
GAA 2, 3, 4: Choir 2, 3: Red Cross
2: Twirler 2, 4: Homemaker Award
KAREN LOU ISE JOHNSTON
GAA 2, 3, 4: Honor Sociefy 4:
German Club 3, 4, Presidenf 3:
Debaie 3, 4: VV Assisianf Page
Edifor 4: Red Cross 2, 4: Secrefary
Babysifler cas'f 3: Cheerleader 4:
JOHN DAVID HOLMES
Foo+baII 4: DebaI'e 4: German Club
Treasurer 4: Declam. 4.
Spanish Club 4.
Class Vice-Presidenf 2, 3, 4: Prom
Chairman 3: Foo'IbaII 2, 3: Track 3,
4: Baslrefball 2, 3, 4: LeHermen's
Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: Vilring
Adverfising Manager 4.
JUDITH MARIE LANAK
Choir 2, 3: Spanish Club 4
LEONARD REVAE LANGLEY
One-Ac+ Play 2, 3: Babysiifer casf
3: Ten Liiile Indians cas'r 4:.Viking
Publicify Manager 4: Band 2, 3, 4:
Declam 3, 4: VV Business Manager
3, Sporis Edilor 4.
JON STEVEN LIBRA
Foofball Manager 3: Baskefball 2,
4: Wresfling 3: Baseball 2, 3, 4:
LeHermen's Club 3, 4.
BARBARA JENNIE MATTSON
GAA 2: Viking Deparfmenii Eclifor
4: VV Business Manager 3, 4: Choir
3, 4: German Club 3, 4: One-Acf
Play 3: Twirler 2.
4, f fl
GERALD LYLE LARSEN
Fooiball Manager 3: LeHermen's
Club 3, 4: Shop Aid 4.
jobs pay for
JIM ELMQUIST GAINS A NEW oufloolt on
life a+ 'lhe maize-up boofh during fhe carnival.
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BOYD ALLEN LESTER
Red Cross Vice-Presidenf 2: Choir
4g Ten Lillle Indians cas? 47 Track
3, 4: Foofball 2, 3, 4: Wresfling 2:
Baseball 2: LeHermen's Club 3, 4:
German Club 3, 4.
"Why do I work? I need lhe money, I'hal's why!"
Many a senior spenl aller school hours and week-
end days Io raise money lo be used lor dales,
clolhes, cars, and college.
OF lhe 55 seniors, 27 held parl-lime jobs as
nurses' aides, filling-slalion allendanls, secrelaries,
clerks, and salesmen. Money, however, was nol
always lhe main reason lor seeking employmenl.
Boredom, need lor experience, and pure pleasure
were olher reasons.
To lhe queslion, "Doesn'+ working inlerlere wilh
schoolwork and acIivi+ies?" mosl sludenls answered
an emphalic "NoI" The average week lolaled bef
lween I5 and 25 aller-school and week-end hours,
and lell plenly of lime 'lor homework. Working
did nol seem lo inlerlere wilh aclivilies, allhough
aclivilies did seem lo inlerlere wilh working!
Wilh many seniors, aulomobiles were a big ex-
pense. Filleen seniors owned cars and many more
had lrequenl use ol Ihe family car.
Anolher big expense for lhe boys was 'frying lo
scrape up enough money for week-end dales. As
one senior boy exclaimed, "Even my car doesn'l
cosl as much as Ihis daling business!"
college, clothe , and cars
EIGHT OF THE "f:ELLAS" crowd around Joey George's car affer school. Tom Dahl, Pele Schrofh, Jim Denneson, Jim Elmquisf,
and Boyd Lesier circumambulaie fhe Chev, which is 'fypical of 'Ihe Iransporfafion seniors own and drive.
A weallh ol lime consuming proiecls, assigned
by lhe lacully, was unclerlaken by +he seniors,
The Science Fair, supervised by Walron Welna.
kepl senior physics sludenls busy winding wires
and drawing diagrams.
Early spring was a busy lime lor lhe seniors.
lor mosl scholaslic oroiecls were assigned lhen.
Miss Mary Nelzinger, senior English inslruclor. al-
loled her sluclenis six seemingly shorl' weeks lor
'rhe research and complelion ol: lheir 'rerm papers.
ln iournalism class Mrs. Jo Ann Herring assigned
her sludenls a crilical analysis of an oulslanding
melropolilan newspaper. This involved The reading
of seven issues of a daily paper, as Jrhe New York
Times, and reviewing ils wriling and lypography
The final guarler also found bookkeeping sludenls
selling up complele books lor an imaginary com-
pany, and lhe conlinuous hum of sewing machines
signified lhal lhe senior girls were busy working on
Wilh lhe long hours required by lrhese proiecls,
slaying up lale became guile lhe lad.
"WHERE'S THAT SANDWICH?" Jucly Lanak
searches for an obscure arficle before her nexi' class.
"STEP RIGHT UP, PLACE YOUR BET." Kei+h
Smilh doles ou+ a dollar 'lo lesl' Boyd Les+er's
firsf place science fair physics proieci.
PEN ELOPE JEAN PLASS
Choir 4: Viking Assisfanl Circula-
iion Manager 4.
PETER PAUL PRESTEGAARD
Viking Co-Edilor 4: Choir 4: VV
Sporfs Edifor 3: Columnis+ 3, 4: Ger-
man Club 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf 3:
Baseball 2, 3: Foofball 2, 3, Cap-
'lain 4: Baskefball 2, 3, Caplain 4:
Le++ermen's Club 3, 4: Ten Lillie
indians casf 4.
DeANN ALOMA McALlSTER
Viking Special Ediior 4: Choir 3, 4:
Science Club 4.
DENNIS MICHAEL MILLER
Foo+ball 2, 3: Wreslling 2, 3: Track
2, 3: LeHermen's Club 3, 4: Choir
ROGER CARL OUIST
Ten Lille Indians casf 4: Choir 4:
German Club 4: Baskelball 2, 3:
Foofball 2: Track 2, 3, 4.
JANICE JEAN RAABE
GAA 3, 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: Ger-
man Club 2, 3: Homecoming Af-
iendanf 4: Choir 2, 3, 4: Viking
Advertising Manager 4.
KEITH ALAN RAHN
Vilring Circulafion Assislanf
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LYNN MITCHELL RAND
Sophomore Class Secrefary: Choir
4: Viking Adverfising Layou+ Ecli-
for 4: German Club 3, 4: Babysiller
casf 35 Ten Lilfle Indians cas? 4:
One-Acf Play 2: Science Club 4,
Junior Aclwievemenf 4: S+amp Club
RICHARD McCLAlN ROSS
Babysiller casf 3: Homecoming
King 47 Sfuclenf Council Presidenf
4, Vice-Presidenf 3: Spanish Club
47 Choir 3, 4: Ten Lillle Indians
niors uests at
JUDITH CAROL CATHERINE
GAA 2, 3, 4: Choir 4: One-Ac+
Play 3, Babysiffer casf 3.
PETER JOH N SCH ROTH
Choir 4: Ten Liflle Indians casl' 4:
Junior Achievemenf 3: Shop Aid
4, Wreslling 2, 4: FOOIIDGII 2. 3.
Capfain 41 Tracl: 3, 4: LeHermen's
Club 3, Presidenl' 4.
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LYNNE VAN SANT RUNCIE
VV Adverlising Layoul Chiel 4:
German Club 3, Treasurer 3: GAA
2, 3: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Choir
2, 3, 4: Honor Sociely 2, 3.
ANN SELENSKI and Phyllis Kaplan, Home Ec.
sludenls, cooked everylhing from soup lo nuls
and sewed everylhing from prinls lo plaids.
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"EXCUSE MY ELBOWl" Heavy lralfic in lhe girls' lavalory malres beaulilying
diflicull, as lhese seniors prepare for lheir nexl classes.
There is a slrong associalion belween lhe words
"money" and "May." Perhaps il's because lhe
girls gel lhal old "prom leeling" aboul lhal lime.
The big splurge comes one unexpecled day when
Belly lrips merrily lo lown wilh big dreams ol pinlc
lace and while ermine. Shop aller shop is lurned
inside oul, discussion ol color, slyle, and price be-
comes dismalg prospecls lade. Discouraged, Belly
slumbles home wilh nolhing bul a pair ol aching
ll lalces her lwo weelcs lo linally lind lhe perlecl
so dress. Bul lhis is only lhe beginning! Gloves, heels,
linled nylons, jewelry, and an evening bag play an
imporlanl parl in lhis ensemble.
She's iusl aboul sel lor a wonderlul evening . . .
now lo lind a dalel Good old Belly can sure lurn
on lhe charm when lhere's S55 al slalcel ll isn'l
long belore lhal bashlul, blubbering, baseball waler-
boy blurls oul his invilalion, and Belly accepls.
Who cares whal he loolcs lilce? He drives a Cadillac
The big day arrives. and bashlul Billy is aboul
lo piclc her up, "l.el's see-gol a haircul, washed
lhe car, lound a lovely corsage lalways did like
snapdragonsl, renled a lux, gol money lor dinner
allerwardsf' Oops! Forgol lo brush his leelhl
All lhe way over lo piclc her up, Bill lceeps wonder-
ing iFsl1e's worlh lhe S40 he's spending on her. Oh
well, il's dad's money anyway.
She comes lo lhe door aller being recrealed al
lhe hairdressers anolher Sb. He swallows hard,
lalces her hand. and leads her lo lhe wailing car-
riage. l-le is lhe prince, she is Cinderella, and
lhey're oll lo lhe ball.
SISOO was blown by lhe seniors in iusl lhree days
when 'rhey climaxed lhe year wilh a Jrrip 'ro Chicago.
Throughoul The year lhey worlced loward lhis goal.
The Sadie Hawlcins Dance provided lhem wilh
54425, lo give lhe lreasury ils lirsl boosl. Decora-
lions in lhe Dogpalch rnolif were available al' law
cosl, so expenses were low. For 'lhe nominal sum
oi 25 cenls Dogpalch couples could be married-
un+il I2 o'cloclc al leasf.
More warnpum, lo lhe bear of Sl87.66 beads.
was broughl' in by "Ten Lillle Indians," liavorile
braves ol 'rhe senior class. Chief's liclcels for lhe
class play could be had for a dollar and liclcels for
papooses were available ai' fifly cerrls.
As a service lo lhe school, "Carole ol 'rhe Bells"
was sponsored by lhe seniors. The Chrislrnas dance
The big money-malcer ol lhe year was Jrhe spring
carnival, which broughl in over SISOO and provided
a full day ol fun for youngslers, oldslers, and sen-
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Barb Hauge, Secrefary: Jim
Elmquisf, Presidenh LoreHa Davis, Treasurer: and Chris?
Konfenalros, Vice-Presidenl' discuss commencemenf plans wifh
Tom Benepe, adviser.
c ass eyes wind
MARVIN AM BROSE SOCH ER
Baslrerball 2 3 4' Baseball 2 3
Caprain. All-Cdnfeience 4: Lelifer: LEE MARIE SVENSSON
men's Club 3' 4. Spanish Club 4: Declam 3.
JAMES KEVIN SWATOSH
ANN ROY SELENSKI
Viking Assisfanf Business Manager
4: Choir 2, 4: Declam 3.
KEITH BRIAN SMITH
Foo+baII 2: Honor Sociely 4: Viking
Plxolographer 4: VV Pholographer
3, 4: Band 3, 4: One-Acl Play 2:
Science Club Presidenl' 4: Junior
ROGER DAVID SWANSTROM
VV Adveriising Manager 3: Choir
4: German Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3:
Track 4: Foo+baIl 2, 3, 4: Baseball
2, 3: Le'Hermen's Club 3, 4: Science
Club 4: Ten Lillie Indians casl' 4.
KATHERINE EMILY JANE
GAA 2, 3, 4: Sludenf Council 2:
VV Adver+ising Manager 4: Declam
3, 4: Choir 2, 3, 4: German Club
3: Red Cross 2, Vice-Presiclenl' 3:
One-Acf Play 2: Babysifler cas+ 3:
juniors s II, act, decorate
The I959-60 juniors became seniors wiTh SIOO
and a well-rounded experience in class acTiviTies.
The annual magazine sale held prioriTy on The
money-making projecTs. l-leld in OcTober, iT grossed
The TirsT homecoming Tor Golden Valley sTudenTs
and alumni was sponsored OcTober 8, l959, by The
junior class. EsTablishing a TradiTion aT Valley re-
quired long hours devoTed To preparaTion Tor This
evenT. PennanTs and homecoming buTTons were
sold, The caTeTorium was lavishly decorafed in brown
and gold, a live band was hired, and a Tormal
FooTball games Tound The class TranTically dis-
pensing popcorn, pop, and candy To The hungry
crowd To add To The Till.
"January Thaw," a comedy direcTed by Mrs. Jo
Ann Herring, was presenTed by The junior class on
April 5, I96O. ToTal amounT derived Trom The pro-
ducTion was SI75, enough To compleTe The prom
Treasury and give The class a suTTicienT sTarT 'Tor The
coming senior year.
The biggesT evenT of The year was The Thousand-
dollar juniorrsenior prom, "Lilac Rhapsody," held
on Friday, The l3Th of May. The eTTorTs oT The en-
Tire class broughT an old souThern aTmosphere To
The WayzaTa CounTry Club, predominaTely carried
ouT wiTh lilacs. Dinner was served and dancing be-
gan aT 8:3O To The mood music oT William PeTerson's
Fred Bills Larry Dazenski KaThryn Felf Jack Frandle John Gibbons
Dianne Borcherf Dale Enhelder Michael Flanagan Richard George Marcia Greenfield
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Pa+ricia Johnson Daniel Kane Sharon Kulenlramp Griffifh McAuliffe
Vicki Johnson William Kuhlmann Janice Lafsha Roberf McCabe
Janice Holslen Kevin McCaffrey
Judi+h Hulfgren James McLeod
MR. GILLOGLY SEEMS PLEASED, surrounded by +he all-girl group of iunior class officers: Barb
Anderson, vice president Sue Os+roo+, ireasurerg Marsha Beslre, secrefaryg and Belh Schwarh.
president as lhey approach him wilh plans of holding fhe prom af fhe Wayiaia Counfry Club.
Sarah Noble Grani' Peferson David Road
Susan Oshooi William Proffiff John Rosholf
Sl'ePl19n P'3WlCYn Philip R5-359 Geraldine Rouzer
Avis Pel'el'SOn Lane Reynolds Barbara Rowan
Pefer S+aH' Judifh Thorness Charlene Wenle David Wigren James Z4-115+
Ronald Thole Wade Turner Roberl Wigeslrand Bruce Ziegler
"thaw" brings prom lilac
ANOTHER BIRTHDAY. ANOTHER CAKE. This lime i'f's
Michelle Slonine receiving lsesl' wishes from classmafes
Sharon Kulenlcamp and Linda Schoumalrer.
"COME ON, YOU GUYS!" Slave Sally Noble pleads for mercy from
Sieve Pawlcyn, Larry Dazenslri, Jim McLeod, Dave Wigren and Dale
Enhelder, five of her nine mas+ers during Red Cross "Slave Day."
soph bi ect and dissect
"Eelc! lT's alive!" "l-low do you do This problem?"
These are remarlcs heard oTTen in Typical sophomore
biology and geomeTry classes. Rare is The dissecTing
day wiThouT a Tew screams Trom The biology room.
Bob Loclcwood's appropriaTe carToon slceTches on
The Friday quizzes highlighT geomeTry class.
The sophomore class oT i959-60 sponsored iTs
TirsT dance, "Cupid's Capers," on February II. To
highlighT The evening, "Cupid's Couple" and The
"King and Queen oT l'learTs" were chosen. WiTh a
proTiT oT 523, This venTure proved a successTul one.
They had a Toboggan parTy aT Theodore WirTh
Parlc in early January. ATTended by approximaTely
TorTy people, The parTy was chaperoned by Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Loclcwood and Mr. and Mrs. James
Herring. They Toolc a bus Trorn The school, Tobog-
gans and all, over To The snowy WirTh slopes.
Everybody seemed To have The Time oT his life,
including The chaperons. ATTer The Tobogganing,
all reTurned To school Tor hoT cocoa and inTormal
The Third acTiviTy oT The class, sponsoring Tour
concession sTands during The baslceTball season,
proved worThwhile, wiTh a proTiT ol: 58405.
These proiecTs, TogeTher wiTh The dues oT The
class members, helped The. sophomores prepare Tor
nexT year, when Their major concern becomes The
annual spring prom.
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"IT'S HALF PAST ARIES!" Linda O'DeII. "ICH BIN EIN GUTES MADCHEN," begins Chrisfine Peferson as she per
Barry Sfeinman consfrucied +he clock. fecfs her German wifh Ihe help of a Iape recorder operafed by Jim Jones.
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Margaref Lindberg Charles McCann
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on Julius Caesar. These were made by Mrs. Jo Anne Herring's sophomore English class in connec-
'rion wi+h a sludy of Rome and Roman life.
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Dana Sieiner Donald Swansirom Judy Volkenanf S+epl'1en Woehrle Thomas Ylvisaker
Barry Steinman Jean Thomas David Wei-terlind Ronald Wolff Catherine Yunlcer
tenth grade meets eaesar
SOPHOMORE OFFICERS, Paffy Parlin, vice presidenfg Judy Vollrenant secretary:
and Steve Woehrle, president, begin anoyfher executive day. Treasurer Maury
Christensen was absent.
frosh "express" them elves
To lhe class of '63 goes lhe dislinclion of being
The lirsl class lhal will complele all six years in
Golden Valley l-ligh School. This ambilious class
has saved S275 for fulure use. To help organize
lheir money-malcing aclivilies 'fhey had lhe willing
and slrong assislance of lheir 'rhrilly advisers,
Mrs. Armi Nelson and Clarlc Kaplan, as well as Jrhe
able leadership ol 'rheir class officers. Two balce
sales were among 'rhese aclivilries. Woven around
'rhe lasl viclorious baslcelball game were a fresh-
man-sponsored pep fesl and sock hop.
All worlq and no play would cerlainly malce a class
dull, so 'rhey conducled a Bealnilc Parly lo express
lheir inner spirils. Laler, 'rhey had a "normal" parly
lo please lheir "normal" classmales.
The members of lhe freshman class also believe in
worlcing foward high academic goals. Three of lheir
members, Leslie lvlilchell, Marnie lvlellberg, and
Judy Koch, received red ribbons signifying honor-
able menlion al' rhe Regional Science Fair. Jeff
McLeod is ialcing a correspondence course in malh-
emalics as lhe resull of being one of lhe lop 300
freshman malh sludenls in Tour slales.
lrene Balfanz Dean Bouley JoAnne Bruclrelmyer Gayle Coughlin Karl Enghauser Jeffrey Ericson
Lynn Bellalr Susan Briggs Jinx Bryan? Judy Cummer Paul Enghauser Margarel' Flanders
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Theresa Gomsrud Edgar Hall Frederick Hass T, W, Johnson
Judifh Koch Jeffrey McLeod
Kafhleen Larson Claude Maxwell
"LlKE, MY HEART GOES BEAT, 'cause you're so nea+!!" Sfub Svensson, Joan Raabe, Lynn Bellalr, Karl Enghauser,
S'reve Rosholl, Fred Hass, Jim Raabe, and Judy Koch, "express" +hemselves af 'the freshman bea+nilr dance.
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Leslie MH-chell Gerald Pefers Joan Raabe Chrisfine Rogers Slephen Roshol+
Morgan Nelson James Raabe Gail Robinson Terry Rosengren Geraldine Sax
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PRESIDENT MORGAN NELSON chicles lreasurer Befln
Schiefelbein on her "mone+ary imbalance." Secrefary
Marnie Mellberg and vice-presidenl Paul Enghauser
W V supporl Morgan's +l'1eory.
Dary Sheehy Nancy Sfaif Susan T"lPP
Karen Socher Paul Svensson
INTELLECTUAL FRESHMEN, Susan Tripp, Terry Rosengren, Margaref Flanders, and JoAnn Bruckel
myer scan fhe reference shelves of +he library in +he hope of finding informalion for proiecfs.
Sth graders observe stars
Two Tull years oT iunior high school liTe gave The
eighTh grade a TasTe OT whaT was To come in The
TuTure. Under The leadership oT iTs class oTTicers
and advisers, Mrs. Lorna Erdahl and David Balcer,
The class underToolc many acTiviTies.
The magazine drive was The only money-malcing
proiecT oT The year. The sTudenTs earned a ToTal oT
SI3538, which compleTed The drive and even ex-
ceeded The sales oT The iunior class.
The sTudenTs Tound OperaTion SlcywaTch To be
The mosT ouTsTanding acTiviTy oT The year. The
members oT Tom Benepe's science class waTched The
sTars aT Tour in The morning, aTTer which They
lorealcTasTed aT PeTer Myhre's house.
The class parTy and The visiT To The Grain Exe
change by Mrs. Ella Lindberg's maTh class helped
pave The way Tor TuTure acTiviTies oT The class.
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Jean DeVilliers Timolhy Ewald Timoflay Flanagan Carol Halluslra Mary Heighs+ed+ Gregory Homzilc
Donald Dickey Harold Fahrendorff Marilyn Follr Mary Hari' Timoflny Helgesen Janice Horne
Lesfer Erickson Marilyn Fallcers Be+'ry Fredericlrson Jerald Hauschildf Sandra Hill
FUTURE ARTISTS OF AMERICA? Arf direcfor David Baker gives CUTE. INST HE7. Alison .CouHs ami Jean DeVilliers
individual a+'ren+ion fo pupils in cons+ruciion of mosaics. Show OH 9'9" Camne Cfeiiloni made 'N Eff Clisi-
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Carol Miller Michael Murphy Bruce Nichols
David Miller Linda Murray Pairicia O'Brier
Margaret Mifchell Pefer Myhre Gregory Parmelee
Maureen Mifchell Carol Nafsfad Jerald Peferson
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Krisii Presfegaard James Selenslci Neil Smilh Todd Tree John Twomey .Susan Walch
Margarei' ProHiH' Mariorie Serr Michael Swanson Laura Turner Charles Tyler Karen Wis'l'i
Donald Schiefelbein Rober+ Shapiro Judy Tourville
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STRIKING AN INFORMAL POSE are lhe eighfh grade of-
ficers, Bob Shapiro, ireasurerg Janef Boschee, secreiaryp
Kafhie Milzuclri, vice-president Jean DeVilliers, president
th grade swin s into step
Sevenlh grade meanl' for sevenly-six sludenfs 'rhe
all imporlanl slep from grade school lo junior high.
Loclcer combinalions and splil levels proved con-
fusing +o 'rhe newcomers. Advisers, Mrs. Ella Lind-
berg, Clyde Rust and Gerald Pelerson acquainled
lhe sfudenls wilh lhe heclic schedule ol high school
The beginning of junior high also meanl lhe com-
mencemenl of parlicipalion in exlra-curricular acliv-
ilies. The pep lesls were special lavoriles.
The lirsl class parly of lhe year was enlilled
"Winler Wonderland." Seasonal icicles, snowflakes,
and dancing snowmen decoraled The walls of 'rhe
cafelorium. An inslrumenlal solo and panlomime
acls, performed by members ol lhe class of '65,
supplemenled The evening's aclivilies. Pop and
polalo chips were enjoyed by all lhe hungry al-
lendanls. The evening's profil ol S2I.l5 will be
saved for lhe junior and senior years. This, lhe
youngesl class ol The school, is rapidly gaining
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DuWayne Darnell Jeffrey Farnam Gregory Greenfield Mary Jo Heinsch
Elaine Docllen S+even Gauclelfe Roger Haar Linda Hill
Diane Engleberi' Lance Green Cynfhia Hall Wayne Jeppesen
THE SEVENTH GRADER seems fo impress one as a "los+ individual" in fhe SANDY LESTER proudly displays her "Fepsoden+"
senior high. Piciured Iefi' +o right Dick Pefers, Sandra Troup, Wayne Beske, Smile, UPON Winninq fhifd Place in H19 Sdence
Roger Haar, Sandra Carlson and Nancy Kari porfray an air of confidence. Fair wifh her eXPeflme'1f5 on +00+hP'35fe C'-lllufes'
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Bruce Mixer Harry Nelson Kim Noren Rclberf Osfroof
Mark Moilanen Kafherine Norby Rebecca Olson Richard Pe+ers
norby wins sp Ilin honor
SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS, Jim Russell, presidenh Diane Engleberf, secrelary
Julie Milruclri, vice-presidenf and Bob Oslroof, heasurer: pose on 'l'he second
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MR. PETERSON APPEARS CONTENT in canvassing his vocabulary lisl' 'ro slump sevenfh grade
spelling bee winners: Margaref Anderson, Diane Engleberf, Marcia Volltenanf, and Karhy Norby.
Kafhy won lop honor.
garher for a formal "family
porfrai+." Queen Barb Hauge
and King Dick Ross are sur-
rounded by aifendanfs, lcloclr-
wisel Avis Peferson, Tom Ylvi-
salrer, Cafhie Finch, Jim Elm-
quisf, Jaclr Rosholf, Joan Raabe,
and Janice Raabe. Noi' piciured
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homecoming royally accepted
Buiions proclaimed "Burn Burnsville!" buf any
burning desire fhe Vilcings may have had was ex-
Tinguished as Golden Valley was lopped 38 io 7
al ihe iirsl homecoming game.
Rainy weaiher didn? seem 'ro dampen 'loo many
spirils, however, ai lhe olher junior-sponsored lesiiv-
iries on Oclober 2.
l-lighlighi of Valley l-ligh's iirsl homecoming
dance was ihe crowning oi Queen Barbara l-lauge
and King Diclc Ross by Carol Waliers and Tom
Leach, alumni oliiicers ol l959. lvi.C. Leonard Lan f
ley opened +he coronalrion ceremonies by impericaii
decree, calling iorih +he members of lhe royal iam-
ily's courl. Homecoming candidaies were nomin-
aled by lhe looiball Jream and choiri and winners
were elecred by senior high sludenis.
A cardboard Viking head dominaled one wail
of lhe brown-and-gold decoraled caielorium lo
form a baclcdrop for ihe l3O siudenis and alumni
who aflended lhe dance. l-lal Garyen's band salis-
fied reguesis from The crowd for college rousers.
Chairman Wade Turner reporied sale of buiions
and Dennanis and dance proliis boosied The prom
fund ro SI63,
seniors sponsor shindig
UNDER THE SCRUTINIZING EYE of Dr. Gordon Lesfer, Barb Hauge and Dave Swansfrom s+re'lcl'1
fiffeen cen+s fo 'lbe limif af lhe senior sponsored carnival. Wirh +he help of parenis, and Tom
Benepe's diredion, fbe class s+ruck up a success ro fhe 'tune of SISOO-price of a Chicago +rip.
"ALL WORK AND NO PLAY MAKES JACK A
DULL BOY." Jan Bouley, parf-'rime hof dog hosiess,
and friend clown 'lake a brealr from lheir dufies
fo enioy +he carnival.
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"YOU MEAN I GET ALL THIS FOR ONLY A DIME?" Fred Berenberg
sfepped on +he lucky number af 'rhe cake wallr, one of +l1e carnival's big-
ges+ money-makers. Clown Barb MaHson presenis his ireasure before
refurning io her walking-ad iob.
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GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY7 Judie Carlson por'l'raying Mrs. Rogers, +l1e maid, fainls affer being accused
of murder. Oflwer casl members are, sfandingz Boyd Lesfer, Fefe Presfegaard, Leonard Langley, Diclr
Ross, Dave Swansfrom, Pele Scl'1ro+l1, Jean Ericson, Roger Quisf, Jane? Bouley, lrneeling. Cas? member
Mifch Rand is no? picfured.
"Ten Lirlle Indian boys going our ro dine. One
AWAITING H ER EN- we-nl and cholced his lillle sell and Then 'rhere were
TRANCE as prudish Emily ninefl No, Direclor Mary Nelzinger didn'+ choke
Bfenf- Jean EYFCSOH SUYVSYS herself, buf she did weigh in seven pounds lighler
on slage Ballon' eller lhe senior class presenied "Ten Lillle Indians."
Double casling was used for rhe iiirsi lime in
lhe lwo-nighl performances ol The Agalha Chrislie
rnysrery on November I7 and I9. Sandy Greenf
field and Chrisr Konrenalcos and Jan Bouley wi+h
Dick Ross were casi' as leads in lhe phanlasmagorie
ol clues, explanalions, suspicions, and lerror.
ONE BREEZY NIGHT IN APRIL, "January ThaFw" warmed 'rhe hear+s of Valleyifes wi+h
sparlrling humor. The cas? consisfed of, lrneeling: Kafhy Fell, Dianne Borcherf, Marcia
Greenfield. Siifingz S+uden+ Direcior Jan Laisha, Kevin McCaffrey, Befh Schwarh, Marilyn
Smiih, Barb Anderson, Fred Bills, Jaclr Rosholr, Dan Kane, Bill Pro'F'FiH', Pele S+aH, Doug
McNeil, Wade Turner.
indian summer precedes tha
Whai happens when a modern American family
and an old fashioned New England couple are
'forced lo live in lhe same house? Oi course ihere's
bound lo be iriciion when lhe old couple lDoug
McNeil and Marilyn Smilhl refuse To accepi mode
ern "inconveniences" and Mr. and Mrs. Gage lWade
Turner and Kaihy Felll iusl as siaunchly refuse lo
change lheir modern way ol life.
AFTER CURTAIN CALL Judie Carlson Dave
Swansfrom s+uden+ direcior Jane+ Gulsirand and
Mulch Rand erase middle age lines
The iuniors 'Found lhai Jrhis silualion produced
rnany laughs when ihey presenled ihe comedy,
"January Thaw," under lhe direclion oi Mrs. Jo Ann
Herring and sludeni direcior, Jan Laisha on April
5. The produclion neiied SISO for lhe iunior class.
As lhe play progressed and incidenls mounied.
ii loolced lilce cornplele disasler. l-lowever, in ihe
ending all is happily solved as loolh iamilies "+haw."
AS A STRUGGLING AUTHOR, Wade Turner led
in Bellamy Par+ridge's comedy, 'Firsf produced on
Broadway by Milre Todd.
"JUST SINGIN' IN THE SNOW." Choir
members fairing +I1e pari' of gay s+ree'r-
corner carolers are'Boyd Lesfer, Fefe Presfe-
gaard, Dianne Borcheri. Jim Elmquisf, Barb
Anderson, Dave Swansfrom, and Linda
"l.e'I ii snow, lei ii snow, lei' ii snow." Feaihery
plasfic snow, as if siiied around a I'aII sireei lamp,
and choir and band members garbed in wool
scarves helped change ihe high school gymnasium
in'ro a "Win+er Wonderland." The Chrisimas pag-
ean'r, presenied by Ihe grade and high schools on
December IO, was viewed by over IOOO speciaiors.
Fii+h and sixih graders, led by Mrs. Berneiie
Engquisi, sang iwo-and Three-pari' music from ihe
"SIory oi Sileni NighI'."
Mr. William Anderson, band and choir direcior,
ihen led his carolers and musicians in iavoriie
Chrisimas carols. As Ihe musicians performed, The
sporlighi followed sevenih ihrough Ienih grade girls,
under Ihe direciion of Mrs. Frances Finch, as 'Ihey
inierpreied Ihe music. Sevenih grade girls glided Io
"SIca+er's Walizf' The eighih grade girls, disguised
as reindeer, accompanied Ihe band and choir in
"Rudolph ihe Red-Nosed Reindeer." Freshman and
sophomore girls danced Io "Silver Bells" and "Win-
Blue and silver bells sparlcled in 'rhe high school
caieiorium December I2, as sixiy couples danced
io Ihe music of Darrel Nicholson's five-piece band
al "Carole oi 'rhe Bells." The annual semi-formal
dance, sponsored by Ihe senior class as a service
proieci, proiiied SI3.5O.
Senior girls speni Ihe nigh'r before over a "hoI
sIove" preparing holiday sandwiches for Ihe ball.
Lime sherbei' punch added a iouch oi seasonal
gaieiy 'Io Ihe reireshmenis.
A giani replica oi his sleigh and eighi' Iiny rein-
deer driven by a iovial Sain? Niclc was Ihe dominani
ieaiure oi 'rhe holiday aimosphere. Iniermission en-
'reriainmeni was provided by ihe Tri-Tones.
pageant witnessed by I0O0
RIVALS OF RUDOLPH, Nancy Lindberg, BeHy Fredericlxson. Janef Boschee, Ka+I1y Mikucki, Pa+ O'Brien, Eileen Carlson,
and Jean DeViIIiers anficipaie SanI'a's appearance. The girls wore back-inferesi' bows hidden under Iheir shori fel? slrirfs.
"Silver Bells "
SHOPPERS DANCED fo fhe fune of GLIDING TO "SKATERS' WALTZ," sevenlh graders lslandingl Sandy
The are freshmen Mar Giebenhain Lesler and Carol Brademan lsiffingl Marcia Vollrenanl' Nancy Kari Ann
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Leslie Milclwell, Judy Cummer, Barb Hanson, and Walfers and Julie Milruclri execu+ed an inlerprefive modern dance.
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"NO, SILLY, HE COMES DOWN THE CHIMNEYI' Siffing ouf a number al 'lhe dance, Mary Jo Fredericlson
pafienlly explains Sanla Claus' melliods lo Kei+l1 Ralwn. "Carole of flue Bells" climaxed GV's Clwfislmas aclivilies.
ENTHUSIASTIC DANCERS waif for ihe lasi balloon 'Io fall, hoping ii' mighl' conlain a record
cerfificafe. The magic slreamer 'lhaf released +he balloons was pulled by Cupid's Couple.
Barb Anderson and Pefe Presfegaard, +he fourieenfh fwosome fo buy 'rheir ficlrefs. The Soph-
omore's firsf dance, "Cupid's Capers," was held on February II and neffed S23.05.
"CUPlD'S CAPERSH ROYALTY, Ja-n
Bouiey and Denny Miller, share ihe
dancing spoflighf a'H'er +heir an-
nouncemenf as king and queen by
M. C. Maury Chris+ensen.
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"HERE, TRY A GREEN ONE." Mifch Rand, Sharon Kulenlcamp, Pefe
Schrofh, and Charlene Wenie willingly sample +he mulfi-colored carrwheel
sandwiches and valenfine-red punch prepared and served by sophomores
Iilacs scent prom scene
DANCE EXCHANGE PROBLEMS are being ironed ouT dur-
ing inTermission by PeTe SchroTh, Avis PeTerson, PaT Johnson
and Doug McNeil.
Lagging TeeT oT one huhdred Tired sTudenTs
shuTTled Through The halls Monday, May lo, aTTer
a Tull weelcend oT prom pomp and revelry.
The daTe, Friday The l3Th, broughT no bad luclc.
buT no lilacs eiTher. Due To an unusually cool Min-
nesoTa spring, The Tlowers had To be Tlown in Trom
Chicago To inTerpreT The "Lilac Rhapsody" Theme.
The WayzaTa CounTry Club seT The scene Tor The
SIZOO iunior-senior aTTair. The enTire clubhouse was
renied, permiTTing guesTs To roam The grounds and
course, if They pleased, or To relax on a large
veranda oyerloolci-ng The swimming pool.
Following a buTTeT dinner oT game-hen and
sTrawherry shorTcalce, The grand march began, led
by prom chairman, Wade Turner, and class oTTicers,
and Tollowed by eager camera-laden parenTs. The
march circled The swimming pool and reTurned To
The main ballroom as Willie PeTerson's band swiTched
Trom The "MinnesoTa Rouseru To 'Blue Moon."
ATTer Trading dinner iaclceTs and Tormals Tor per-
rnudas, sunglasses. and a guiclc Three hours sleep,
promfgoers headed Tor Taylor's Falls To spend a
sunny day mounTain climbing, sunbaThing, and . . .
HTIRED, WHO ME?" A'FTer Three hours of dancing, Lane X
Reynold's aHenTion is divided beTween John Holmes and her Y I
class of '60 parade in new
"YOU WERE BEST OF ALL, SKEETS!" Leonard Langley is con-
grafulafed by sisTer Dee Anna affer playing Tschailcowslry's
ConcerTo No. I on his accordion.
Farewell To slamrning loclfer doors, laughing halls
and lunch line righTsg all These were a parT oT senior
adieus on June 8. fXTTer The Tinal Tling Tor The class
oT '60, graduaTion, and The Three day Tun-Time
Tollowing, Tew could comprehend an acTual end To
Their dozen years OT public school Training,
In Their new mink-colored robes pinned wiTh yel-
low roses, graduaTes added an air oT urgency To
The hesiTaTion sTep. AT The TirsT commencemenT To
be held in The gym, The guesTs heard Dr. Elmer R.
Kane spealc on "The Challenge oT Living SuccessTully
in an UncerTain FuTure." The recepTion aTTerward
was presenTed by The sophomores in a TasTeTully
decoraTed caTeTorium. Many seniors didn'T have a
chance To aTTend because The lO:45 Train wouldn'T
A special coach, bingo, all-nighT parTies, a nighT
boaT ride, no sleep, dinner aT The BerghoTT, a Cana
Can,perTormance, less sleep, Don McNeil's Break-
TasT Club, waTer-Throwing escapades aT 4 a.m.,
uTTer exhausTion, and a horn-honlcing welcome home
were all parT oT The longesT, yeT shorTesT Three days
in The class hisTory.
The class moTTo is-'TBeTTer To sTrive and climb
And never reach The goal,
Than To driTT along wiTh Time
An aimless, worThless soul."
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GRADUATION IS A BITTER-SWEET OCCASION. An empTy gymnasium affer a shori
solemn commencemeni brings Bob Hanson lingering Thoughfs of +he'shorT years speni' in
robes while chicago awaits
BON VOYAGE! Baggage-laden graduales head for rhaf "wonderful +own," Chicago. Leonard Langley, Mary Johnson, Pele
Schroih, Jim Carlson, Dave Swansfrom, Diclc Anderson, Roger Quisf, Lowell Gomsrud, and guide board frain. Al' l2:O0 a.m. lhe
class' privale coach echoed wiih shouis of B-9 efc., as graduaies compefed 'For bingo prizes, varying from cloclrs fo car wax.
DR. ELMER R. KANE, graduafion spealrer, offers his con-
grafua+ions 'ro Keilh Smifh, salulaforian, and Barb Hauge,
RUSHING TO THE RECEPTION are Mary Fisher, Karen
Johns+on, and Mary Johnson. Graduafes spenf a half-hour
wE+h guesls before donning bermudas and boarding buses
for fhe l0:45 Pioneer Limi+ed.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL-Fronl Row: Manager Dan McAuliffe, Sleve Pawlcyn, Riclr Carlson, Clinl Ewald, Tom Ylvisalrer, Ron Thole.
Jim Zrusl, Manager Grill McAuliffe. Row 2: Head Coach Tom Benepe, Jerry Brademan, Bill Kuhlmann, Dave Swanslrom, Pele
Preslegaard, Pele Sclurolh, Fred Berenberg, Marvin Soclner, Slcip Hall, Assislanl Coach Jerry l-lolewa. Row 3: Buzz Merwin,
Tom Hoy. Joe George, Jim Denneson, Jim Elmquisl, Bill Proffill, Boyd Lesler, Paul Erickson. Bacl: Row: John Holmes, Doug Mc-
Neil, Bill Schelller, Sleve Rosholl, Tom Dalul, Pele Slall, Dan Kane, Bob Larson.
new field, season, - uphill
More Than Their share OT lumps was Talcen by
VarsiTy gridders in Their second year oT MinnesoTa
Valley conference play. According To Coach Tom
Benepe, "The l959 TooTball schedule aT Golden
Valley provided a maximum TesT each weelc Tor a
young and inexperienced Team." The Team had
only Three regulars reTurning Trom lasT year, Jim
ElmguisT, PeTe SchroTh, and PeTe PresTegaard. The
sguad usually sTarTed Their games wiTh six under-
ln mosT oT The games, The Vilcings goT oTT To a
bad sTarT and were behind by The end oT The TirsT
halT. l-lowever, There was one excepTion To The rule:
AgainsT Eden Prairie, The squad sTruclc pay dirT on
The TirsT play Trom scrimmage. lT came on a reverse
pass Trom Boyd LesTer To PeTe SchroTh. BuT The
Eagles came baclc Tor a 24 To 6 vicTory. This was The
closesT The Team came To a win during The season.
This year Golden Valley compeTed Tor The TirsT
Time on iTs own TooTball Tield. UnTorTunaTely The
Tour games played There sTill proved To be an uphill
grind, boTh TiguraTively and li+erally. The caviTy
aT The wesT end, in spiTe oT a repair aTTempT, re-
mained abouT 3 TeeT below The resT oT The Tield.
Primarily using a single-wing oTTense, The Valley
gridders had Trouble mounTing an aTTaclc. ATTer
scoring Two Touchdowns in The opening game, The
Team didn'T score more Than one in any laTer game.
Waferlown , . 46 l2 U-High 45 0
Shakopee' . .... .34 0 Waconia -10 O
Eden Prairie .. 24 6 Norwood 40 7
Burnsville .38 7 Chaska 26 0
ANGLING TOWARD THE SIDELINES, defenseman Tom
Ylvisaker aims a crashing Tackle aT The ball carrier.
SURVEYING A VIKING WORK-OUT are co-capTains
PeTe Scl'1roTl1 and Fefe PresTegaard, and Coach Benepe.
C TEAM-Fronf Row: Rodney Dunnell, John Addison, Bill Adolfson, Claude Maxwell, Dick Pefers. Row 2: Hub Nelson, Karl
Enghauser, Dary Sheehy, Pe+er Myhre, Judd Nelson, Jin Raabe, Jeff McLeod, Jim Russell Row 3: Don McNeil, Wayne Jeppe-
son, Donald Swansfrom, Diclr Merwin, Paul Eliason, Bob Merwin, Gary Aanensen, Brian McNee. Back Row: Tom Tyler, Riclr
Koeneman, Jay Marlin, Morgan Nelson, Sieve Sahly, John Griffi+h, Chuck Tyler, Wayne Beslre, Greg Parmelee, Coach Gerald
Peferson. Jeff Ericson, Gerald Pefers, and Slub Svensson were absent
eerleaders i nite steam,
"SEE THAT BIG TACKLE over 'fhere . . .,f'
Coach Tom Benepe iyrfsirqcfs linebacke
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UNOFFICIAL MASCOT AT VALLEY GRID EVENTS was Desiree. Owner of
fhe poodle. Mary Eredericlrson, and cheerleader Janice Raabe pose 'For an
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Y-E-A-A-A TEAM!! Perlry, peppy B-Squad cheerleaders Ellen
Chesfer, Teri Gomsrud, Lynn Bellalr, Capfain Caihie Finch,
Suzy Crowder, and Belh Schiefelbein prac+ice a cheer.
pep and team
TWICE WEEKLY PRACTICES were decided on by Varsnfy
Cheerleaders Jumplng are Dlanne Borcherf Lynne Runcle
Karen Johnsfon ln fronf are Marsha Beslre Capfaln Jamce
Raabe and Barb Hauge
Sparlclng crowd enlhusiasrn lor lhe Viking learns
was a fob energelically underlalcen by four seniors
and lwo luniors who served as cheerleaders lor
Whale swealers and rregaphone eclclaces were
purchased by lhe gurls lo cornpllnnenl 'rhe brown
culolles provuded by lhe school Thrs served as lhe
loolball ensemble As baskerball season arrnyed
The gurls decided on lhe 'lradlhonal brown weslcul
and pleared slcrrl wnlh gold lennls shoes lor sparlcle
Mass Mary Nelzlnger advrsed lhe srx girls
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A BASKETBALL TEAM-Sfanding: Doug McNeil, Dave Wigren, Blite Flanagan, Chris? Konfenalros, Bob McCabe,
Chuck McCann, Bob Wigesirand, Marvin Socher, Wade Turner, Jon Libra, Kneeling: Manager Jerry Boschee.
Pere Presfegaard, Coach Bob Lockwood, Jim Elmquisf, and Manager Griff McAuliffe. There were five seniors on
+he l960 feam, six iuniors, and one sophomore.
Copping 'rhe conference championship by +he
Viking B-Squad and 'rhe amassing of a live-game
winning slreak by Coach Bob Lockwood's varsiiy
highlighred +he 59-60 season for GV cagers. The
varsiiy shoi info second place as a resuli of +he
quiniei of conference wins, bui ihe slay was shorr-
lived. Six consecuiive losses occurred before ihe
Chaska Jrriumph in ihe league final. This neHed a
7-9 record which gave The Vikings iiirh place. ln-
cluded in rhe seven wins was a Jrhrilling 32 io 30
game wilh Orono, won by Chrisf Konrenakos' 30-
iooi iump-shol wiih 'rwelve seconds remaining.
Capping lhe winning slreak was a sciniillaiing 54
lo 53 win over U-High wifrh Marvin Socher ringing
up 27 poinis. Marvin and Jim Elmquisi were +he
+eam's mosr valuable players.
Coach Jim Kimble's championship B-Squad
emerged from ihe season's fracas leading ihe pack
wiih a I4 win and 2 loss record. They began ihe
season wirh an overiime loss +o U-l-ligh and rhen
ran up an eighi-game winning sireak, moving inio
lirsl place. One game laier, however, +he B-Vikings
were back in second, caused by a loss io Eden
Prairie. From ihere Jrhey wen+ 'ro The lasi game oi
ihe season raking all comers and needing only 'lo
beef Chaska io cinch 'rhe iirle. This ihey did nicely,
lying fhe season up wirh a brassy bow, winning
36 lo 3I in a ihrilling overiime.
JIM ELMQUIST LEAPS BASKETWARD for +wo of Hue
season's 899 poinfs, as Chris? Kon+enalzos maneuvers
'For +he rebound.
"WHAT DO YOU MEAN? YOU DON'T LIKE OUR PLAY, COACH?" Ac+ually, capfains Jim
Elmquisf and Pe+e Presfegaard don'f fhinlr +he pho+ographer's ske'rch has many possibili+ies.
varsit takes 5 consecutive
TWENTY-THREE SKIDOO! Charlie McCann
execufes his version of 'rhe Chariesfon while
irying fo bjock a bail in fhe Chaska game.
gam zalumni Iiminated
Even ihe added spark oi ihe alurnni failed io pui
The iacully our in ironl in lhe annual Faculiy-
Varsily qanne, January 8. Cornpeliiion was keen
belrween Teachers lor ihe high scoring posilion.
Uniorlunalely, Mr. Breisch was kepi oui oi lrhe race
be-cause ol live louis in lhe lirsl cuarler. Assisled
by Gary Nelson, Denny Erickson, Bill Enqhauser,
Pal Flanagan, and Joel Anderson, lhe lacully
breaihlessly' losl 55-40.
A Tears Scores B Tearr Scores
OPPONENT GV Opponenf GV
U-l-l'gh 54 39 U-High , 40 36
Eden Prairie 36 46 Eden Prairie ,I6 4I
Walerlown 62 43 Waferfcwn 25 46
Sl'l6hOD95 5' 35 Shakopee lf? 37
Burnsville 47 5l Burnsvil e 23 47
Orcno 30 32 Orono 22 30
Faculiy-Alurnni 40 55 Wacerfa 27 43
ghaccinia Chaska 23 37
as a U-Hioh 30 35
U-l-l'gh 53 54 Eden P'a'rie 43 33
Eden Pra'rie 54 46 Waferlcwn .lB 28
Waferiown 52 44 Shakopee I9 28
Shakopee bl 51 Burnsvilfe 20 3I
Burnsville 67 57 Ororio , ,,I5 26
"U" COACH JOHN KUNDLA shakes hands wi+h Aihlefic Q'9'0 52 33 Blake , 20 30
Award winner Jim Elmquisf as coaches Tom Benepe, Jerry gyms . Q5 62 Wacme I7 Sl
aconia 2 45 Chaska 3l 36
Holewa, and Bob Lockwood wafch. Qhasya 40 49
Robbfnsdale 45 42
C-TEAM BASKETBALL-Froni Row: Dick Merwin, Bob Merwin, John Twomey, Tom McAuliffe, Don Schiefelbein, John Addison,
Paul Burda, Jim McCabe, Billy Adolfson. Row 2: Dick Anderson, Don McNeil, Roger Anderson, Dick Saihre, DuWayne Darnell,
Dick Pefers, Sfeve Gaudelre, Mark Moilanen, Greg Greenfield. Row 3: Jim Johnson, Don Yunker, Tom Koch, Darrel Brown, Dick
Koeneman, Pefer Myhre, Bill Crowder, Mike Carroll, David Yingsf. Back Row: Tim Flanagan, Sieve Shaffuck, Paul Hulfgren,
Wayne Jeppesen, Jim Russell, Wayne Beske, Tim Ewald, Les+er Erickson, Greg Homzik, Coach Jerry Holewa.
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socher chosen all-conference
BASEBALL-Kneeling: Jay Marlin, Clinf Ewald, Jon Libra, Doug McNeil, Jeff McLeod, Jim Miller. Sfandingz Manager Eric Aanen-
son, Terry Rosengren, Skip Hall, Tom Ylvisaker, Bob McCabe, Bill Kuhlmann, Sfeve Rosholf, Dick George, Managers Griff McAuliffe,
and Jerry Boschee. Absenl are Co-capfains Joe George and All-Conference fielder Marv Socher, John Holmes, Rick Carlson,
Slub Svensson, and Coach Bob Lockwood.
A .l55 leam balling average, and a .583 lielding
average, plus a lolal of sixly men lell on bases,
added up lo a second division finish lor Coach
Bob Lockwood's nine. Hilling was The principal sore
spol. The pilching of Rick Carlson, Marv Socher,
and Skip Hall showed greal improvemenl over lasl
year and Marv was elecled lo lhe All-Conference
leam. Allhough 'rhe Vikings had an average ol
lour errors per game, lhe year's lolal decreased by
one-lhird from lasl season's.
Persislenl demands ol Viking malmen broughl
aboul lhe lormalion ol a wreslling leam lhis year,
allhough early season plans had omilled lhe sporl
from lhe schedule. Credil goes lo Principal Dewey
Breisch, who accepled lhe coaching posilion and
Assislanl Coach Joe Pazandak, local professional
wresller. Highlighls ol 'lhe season were lwo viclories
over Soulhwesl, and lhe advancing of senior Jerry
Brademan and iunior Bill Kuhlmann inlo lhe second
round of lhe dislricl' malches.
WRESTLING-Sealed: Dary Sheehy, Dave Denneson, Tim Dahl. Kneeling: Judd Nelson, Fred Bills, Bob Larson, Morgan Nelson,
Bruce Nichols, Charles Tyler. Slandingz Coach Dewey Breisch, Dick George, Jerry Brademan, Chuck Anderson, Pele Schroih,
Dave Swansfrom, Bill Kuhlmann, Absenfc Jim Denneson.
GAA-FronT Row: Ericson, Heinsch, Johnslon, Carlson, M. Johnson, Mrs. Finch, Rowan, Smifh, WenTe, Knickerbocker,
Ludford. Row 2: GaudeTTe, Flanders, M. Fisher, Runcie, S. Greenfield, Bouley, Wilson, Kulenkamp, M. Greenfield, Marks
Schwarl-1, Thorness, B. Johnson. Row 3: Briggs, M. Bryanf, Giebenhain, Schiefelbein, Gomsrud, Sax, Socher, Lindberg
O'Dell, VolkenanT, Hill, Horn, Hauge. Row 4: Raabe, Tripp, STaTT, HeTland, Cummer, Hanson, Coughlin, Nichols, Rouzer
V. Johnson, Gafely, Sfeiner, Rogers, Hoines. Row 5: Gulsfrand, Balfanz, Davis, Crowder, Frandle, K. Fisher, Bruckelmyer
Beske, A. Pe+erson, Borcheri, Korsh, J. Bryanf, Chesler, Thomas. Row 6: Robinson, Bellak, ShaTTuck, P. Johnson, Hulfgren
Fel+, Anderson, Noble, Finch, C. Peferson, Parlin, Skyberg.
femm s fancy fencin
WHO GOES THERE? Cafhie Finch, secrelary-Treasurer. and
Barb Hauge, presidenT, pracTice a lunge, one of Tencing's
Fencing on Tuesday, bowling on Wednesday.
baslceTball on Friday, and a Ii++le horseback riding,
Tennis, and golT in beTween saTisTied varied GAA
Golf in Two easy lessons was The lasT spring
acTiviTy. lnsTrucTor Jerry l'lolewa consenTed To
Teach basic TundamenTals and correcT Techniques
in The abbreviaTed sessions.
Under The supervision oT Mrs. Anne Murray The
caTeToriurn echoed wiTh a now-Tamiliar "En guarde"
and an occasional "Touche" in reTorT each Tuesday.
TenTaTive plans are To make The sporT compeTiTive
in The I96O-ol school year.
Barb T-lauge and JaneT GulsTrand oT The Lane
Brains Topped The Tive-Team league aT The Golden
Ding's Riding Ranch hosTed The spring riding
sessions. ArrangemenTs were made each Time by
Adviser Mrs. Frances Finch was assisTed in organ-
izaTional duTies by sTudenT oTTicers: Barb l-lauge,
presidenT7 Elaine l-larT, vice-presidenT, and CaThie
fr fini h s fun for fella
A barbecued chicken fry al Roger Quisrs lalce
home, concocled as a going away gill lo seniors
lby seniorsl, concluded lhe years aclivilies for lhe
GV lellers, brown and gold symbols ol alhle-lic
prowess, were presenled al lhe annual awards
banguel, held lhis year al Jrhe Golden Valley Coun-
lry Club. Fealure speaker, Johnny Kundla, presenl'
U of M baslcelball coach and former Lalfer coach,
was sponsored by lhe Club.
Leading The 42-member club were Presidenl Pele
Schrolh, Vice-Presidenl Joe George, and Secrelary-
Treasurer Bill Kuhlmann. Aclivilies lhroughoul lhe
year included a fall hay-ride, choice ol homecoming
queen candidales, and pop and popcorn sales al
l'he baslcelball games.
LETTERMEN'S CLUB-Sealed: Riclr Carlson, Tom Ylvisalcer, Dan
McAuliffe, Advisers Tom Benepe, Bob Loclcwood, and Jerry
Holewag Clinl' Ewald, Joe George, Paul Ericlcson. Row 2: Jerry
Bracleman, Pele Schrolh, Pele Presfegaard, Jerry Larson, Bob
McCabe, Tom Dahl, Jim Elmquisf, Bill Proffifl, Pele S'l'a'l'r,
Chuck McCann, Bill Kuhlmann, Jim Denneson. Top Row: Chris?
Konfenalros, Fred Berenberg, Chuck Anderson, Marv Socher,
Jon Libra, Milne Flanagan, Doug McNeil, Bob Larson, Fred Bills,
Sieve Pawlcyn, Wade Turner, Grifli McAuli-He, Dave Wigren,
Buzz Merwin, Boyd Lesler, Denny Miller.
nat'I standards met b I
Candlelighlr heighTened The solemniTy oT The
Tormal Honor SocieTy lnducTion in which Ten sTu-
denTs Trom sophomore, iunior, and senior classes
were Tormally iniTiaTed. PresidenT Barb Hauge
ShorT Tallcs on The ideals oT scholarship, leader-
ship, characTer, and service were given by Tour
members. Following The program, a recepTion was
held Tor members, Their parenTs, The adminisTraTion,
TaculTy, board OT educaTion, and sTudenTs OT The
"A" honor roll. Mrs. EsTher Berglund and Mrs.
Dewey Breisch poured.
During The year, SocieTy members inTormed The
sTudenT body abouT The club's work Through bulleTin
boards and honor roll parTies aT The end oT each
quarTer. FruiT calce sales Turnished worlcing capifal.
Nalional requiremenTs permiT maximum member-
ship oT I5 per cenT oT The seniors, IO per cenT oT
The juniors, and 5 per cenT oT The sophomores.
LIGHTING THE CANDLE OF LIFE is Barbara Hau e residenT
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Douglas McNeil, vice-presidenf, and KaThy FelT, secreTary-'I'reas-
BRAINS AND BEAUTY TOO! New members Befh
Schwarh and Karen Johnsfon enioy refreshrnenfs af
The recepfion planned and prepared by The Home
HONOR SOCIETY-Si+Ting: Janice Lafsha, Karen JohnsTon, Kaihryn Felf. Sfanding: Michael Flanagan, Mariorie Hoines, Wade
Turner, EIizabe+h Schwarfz, Tom Ylvisalrer, Mary Fisher, KeiTh SmiTh, Barbara Hauge, Douglas McNeil, Gail Shyberg.
coun il hosts workshop
I-ligh poinT oT The councils acTiviTies was The
planning oT The annual Valley ConTerence Worlc-
shop held aT Golden Valley in February. The Worlc-
shop, organized lasT year, proved an asseT in The
promoTion oT co-ordinaTion beTween councils in The
Valley ConTerence in assisTing new councils wiTh
organizaTional problems. Six schools were rep-
resenTed by approximaTely sixTy sTudenTs.
Because oT a seemingly over-crowded acTiviTy
period, The council Took upon iTselT The scheduling
oT club acTiviTies Tor The nexT year. lTs TirsT sTep
was The Tormal esTablishmenT oT The clubs, requiring
each organizaTion To wriTe and submiT To The coun-
cil a charTer and consTiTuTion.
Members had numerous opporTuniTies To aTTend
sTaTe clinics and meeTings. lnviTaTions were ace
cepTed in November To The MinnesoTa AssociaTion
oT STudenT Councils ConvenTion aT VocaTional High
School and The lvlinnesoTa Valley ConTerence STu'
ln The councilfsponsored "No-Acs" driving award
program, eighTeen OT TwenTy-seven enTranTs re-
ceived awards Trom The lvlinnesoTa SaTeTy Council
Tor saTe driving.
SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: Chrisfine Pefersong Tom Ylvisaker, Treasurer: Dick Ross, presidenh Dewey
Breisch, adviser: Lowell Gomsrud, vice-presidenfg Janice La+sl1a, secrefaryg Teri Gomsrud: Lane Reynolds. Absenf
JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: Mary Leach, secrelafyg David Miller, Dewey Breisch, adviser: Richard
Koeneman: Tom McAuliffe, presidenfg James Russell: Diane Engelberf.
staffers ponder headline ,
MidnighT waTches, lasT-minuTe ediTing, and des-
peraTe aTTempTs To cuT copy proved worThwhile
when The Valley Viewer was enTered in The NaTional
ScholasTic Press AssociaTion criTical raTing service
compeTiTion and received a TirsT class raTing.
Early in SepTember, The iournalism class delved
inTo The mounTain oT worlc To be done. Before The
TirsT "dummy" could be laid ouT, adverTising had
To be sold. Working in pairs, The TirsT iournalisrn
class salesmen sold ad space ToTaling 5885.
STories. which were assigned by The page ediTors,
were usually wriTTen by journalism sTudenTs. Upon
compleTion They were submiTTed To page ediTors
and Their assisTanTs, who placed Them on The dum-
mies. Meanwhile, picTures had been planned and
snapped and They, Too, were placed on These lay-
ouT plans. If all wenT well, The paper Then wenT To
Sale oT ChrisTmas ads neTTed S93 Toward pur-
chase oT SanTa Anonymous Toys Tor neec children.
STudenTs purchased space and exTended l.noTh silly
and serious greeTings in prinT.
STories were enTered in sTaTe compeTiTion April
I8. Lowell Gomsrud. KeiTh SmiTh, PeTer SchroTh,
and Lane Reynolds received honorable menTion,
while BeTh SchwarTz placed among The Top Three
raTings in The sTraighT news sTory division.
High school correspondenT To The Minneapolis
STar and Tribune was Valley Viewer ediTor Lowell
Gomsrud, who lfepT The Tribune posTed on sTudenT
WiThouT spring vacaTion and senior week, heads
oT sTaTT would have missed deadlines Tor The "peo-
ple" and "special evenTs" secTions and ThereTore
would have Tound iT necessary To include an un-
usually generous and curiously placed auTograph
LosT "dummies," misplaced phoTographic wheels,
and compeTiTion wiTh research papers and carnival-
worlcing seniors aT deadline hours lenT an addiTional
accenT To Vilcing sTruggles.
FacTs on TavoriTe Toods. Tads, and Tun were dis-
covered in a comprehensive senior survey, deTer-
mining The pulse oT The expression oT '6O. This in-
TormaTion was woven inTo The inTroducTory secTion.
AdverTising reduced The acTual 56.84 cosT per
volume To The,S4.5O selling price Tor Three hundred
A Two-day press conTerence aT The UniversiTy of
MinnesoTa and a one-day session aT Augsburg Col-
lege gave sTaTTers The opporTuniTy To learn pro-
Tessional Techniques TirsT hand.
NaTional ScholasTic Press sTar awards were pre-
senTed To co-ediTors Jean Ericson and PeTe PresTe-
gaard aT The annual award assembly: underclassmen
Gail Slcyberg and Margie l"loines were given cub
awards Tor ouTsTanding service.
Work almosT Tinished, deadline weary, copy
crazy, headline happy sTaTTers ioined The Viewer
sTaTT To celebraTe The year's end . . . and Then
began addressing cards Tor The AugusT Coming
TEN LOYAL VALLEY VIEWER SUBSCRIBERS review pasf edifions. FronT Row: Barb
Anderson. page edifor. Row 2: KeiTh Smifh, phofographerg BeTl1 Schwarfz. feafure edifor:
Avis Peierson, page ediiorg Kafhy Fell' and Barbara Malrlson, business managers. Baclr
Row: Lynne Runcie, adverfising layouf chief: Janel' Bouley and Kafhy Wilson, adveriising
sales: Leonard Langley, sporfs ediTor.
deadlin HQ ., ,,. .. ,
PUBLICATION STAFF ADVISERS, Mrs. Armi Nelson and LACKING SLEEP bul smiling wearilyr V.V. edilor
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Mrs. Jo Ann Herring, review finished producfsl Lowell Gomsrud, assislanf e ilor anice a s a
fronl, and Vilring edilors Pele Preslegaard and
EXAGGERATING ACTUAL CIRCUMSTANCES, +l'1e Vilring slaff hams up a worlr session for lhe pl'1ofograpl1er's benefil.
Keilh Smifh, pholograplxerg Mary Fredericllson, circulalion manager: Cl1ris+ Konfenakos, adverlising manager: Barbara
Hauge. 'rheme edi'l'or: Lore'Ha Davis, business manager: Gail Skyberg, layouf manager: Leonard Langley, wrilerg Mar-
iorie Hoines. layoul manager: Janice Raabe. aclverlising manager: Lowell Gomsrud, wrifer: Neal Greenberg, wriler.
Wrifer Karen Jolwnsfon was absenl.
3 talk away superior ratln
Superuor rahngs were awarded Io Karen John
slon John Holmes and Leonard Langley for Iheur
dell abnlnly ID speech achvuhes The honors enhfled
Them Io reguonal compehhon
RESOLVED Tnaf The Federal Governmenl
should subsI'an'naIIy Increase :Is regulahon of labor
The challenge of lnferregron and lnlerslale
Iournamenrs sparlced The enfhusrasm ol The debale
sguad whrch raclced up a I4 wnn I6 Ioss record for
The season The Ihree seniors and one rumor
Iraveled Iwrce Io Dulurh and I-Ioplcnns and Io SI'
Wulh a record of VICTOFY n hve of Ihesr sux
debares In compehhon wulrh nearly slxly schools
The varsnly debalrers wallced off wrrh hllh place
recevvlng honorable menhon al' Hamline
Thrrly sux sluffed Der Goldene Verenners rolled
conrenledly Info Golden Valley afrer a Three hour
lunch of wenner schnnrzel sauerbralren and hasenp
Teller ar The I-Ieldelburg Reslauranr concluding one
of Ihenr numerous achvuhes
Iarer In Ihe year ,owning hve hundred olher
Korobushlca dancers a+ The Robbnnsdale Iollf dancing
Ieshval The German Club learned pollcas and Ger
man songs As a resull several sludenls mer every
weelc 'ro conhnue dancnno
Club members were easily rdenhhed on meer
:ng days as They were regurred Io wear suspenders
wrrh Ihenr Deursch cosrumes
Achvnhes for The newly organnzed EI Clube
Espanol consusred of complehng and rahlynng a
conshluhon and plannung a dvnner a+ La Casa
AVIS PETERSON JOHN HOLMES Mary Fnsher
and Leonard Langley pose prachcmg speech Iech
mques Avvs and Mary received excellenf rahngs an
The dusfruc+ confesf John and Leonard recenved
superaor rahngs and wen? on +o fhe regional confesf
VARSITY DEBATE John Holmes Avns Peferson
Mary Fnsher Karen Johnsfon spealung and Mass
Iubs eat native Cui in
SPANISH CLUB--Sealed: Jean Ericson, Marnie Mellberg, Judi Lanalr, Suzy Crowder, Phyllis Kaplan, Judy VoIIrenan+, Linda
O'DeII, Charlene Wenie, Marcia Greenfield, Lane Reynolds, Barbara Anderson. Kafhy Fell, Miss Esfelle Wahlsfrand. Slandingz
Judy Cummer, Janice Nichols, Gerry Rouzer, Sally Noble, Neal Greenberg, Lowell Gomsrud, Skip Hail, Chris? Konlenalros.
Siephen Sahly, Eric Aanenson, Jael: RoshoI+, Morgan Nelson, Dary Sheehy, Ca+hie Finch, Barbara Rowan, Jean Thomas, Lee
Svensson. Absenlz Avis Peierson, Sandra Greenfield.
President Lowell Gornsrud
Vice-Presicleni, Slcip Hall
Secreiary-Treasurer, Jean Ericson
President Bill Kuhlrnann
ViceePresEden+, Doug McNeil
Secreiary, Mary Fisher
Treasurer, John Holmes
GERMAN CLUB-Froni' Row: Schwarh, Hauge, Maffson, Pe+erson. Row 2:
Kuhlrnann, Ylvisalrer, Pefers, Griffiih, Ewald, Swanslrom, Presiegaard. Row
3: Rand, Bafes, Jones, Miller, Rosholf, Lesfer, Zeigler. Row 4: Mrs. Mildred
Wivell, Yunlrer, Johnson, Hulfgren, Lindberg, Johnson, Bouley, Fisher,
Lafsha, McNeil. Row 5: Beslre, Bryani, Osfrooi, Borcherf, Gulsfrand.
Fredericlrson, Briggs. Row 6: Woehrle, Lindsey, Wei-ierlind, Beclrman,
Holmes, McCaffrey, Boschee. Nor piciured: Karen Johns+on.
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choir and band members
ONE COULDN'T GO! Neil Smifh was unable To meef STaTe
Music ConTesT age requiremenTs. Keiih SmiTl1, Margaref
Flanders, Mary Johnson, Sandy Greenfield, Beih Sclwiefelbein
l-our Valley musicians, Viclci Johnson, KeiTh SmiTh,
Mary Johnson, and MargareT Flanders became The
TirsT sTaTe enTries in GV hisTory aTTer gualiTying in
Two Thirds oT William Anderson's TiTTy-member
high school band consisTed oT sTudenTs in The
sevenTh and eighTh grades. The bands musical
abiliTy was raTed B double plus in disTricT compeTi-
Tion. ThroughouT The year lisTeners were TreaTed To
rousing music aT aThleTic eyenTs, pep TesTs, assem-
bly programs, and concerTs. The band also played
Tor The CommencemenT exercises aT The end oT The
The nineTy Valley songsTers hosTed Their TirsT Conf
Terence Vocal ConTesT on April 6Th, besides appear-
ing aT several school TuncTions. Six senior girls of
The choir Tormed The "Tri-Tones" choral group
which sang aT many oT The special everTs in The
During The second annual Spring Concert Sandra
GreenTield, Mary Johnson, KeiTh SrniTh, and Leon-
ard Langley received The TirsT ciTaTions Tor ouTe
sTanding leadership and musicianship.
More Than TiTTy appearances were made by The
rapidly growing music deparTmenT This year, oT
which ThirTy-Tive were band evenTs.
CHOIR-Fron+ Row: Yunlcer, Schoumalrer, S. Anderson, M.
Johnson, MaHson, S+aH', Schiefelbein, Plass, Chesfer, A.
Peterson, Thorness, Hauge. Row 2: Runcie, Fredericlcson, J.
Raabe, J. Gulslrand, Thomas, Koch, Hefland, Cummer, J.
E. Gulsfrand, Korsh, Crowder, K. Fisher, Frandle, Briggs,
Slxyberg. Row 3: Hanson, J. O. Raabe, Sax, Bruckelmyer,
Selenslci, J. Bouley, Bellalc, C. Peferson, Horne, Balfanz,
Gaudeiie, Lindberg, K. Larsen, J. Schro+h, B. Johnson. Row 4:
Gomsrud, Tripp, Borcher+, La+sha, Hulfgren, Smiih, Beslre,
Wenfe, J. Bryanr, Finch, Rowan, Volkenanr, Parlin, B. An-
derson, Kulenlramp, S. Hill, Hoines. Row 5: M. Greenfield,
Carlson, M. Bryanf, Coughlin, O'DeII, Marlrs, Ludford, P.
Johnson, Schwarh, S. Greenfield, V. Johnson, Rouzer,
Nichols, Felf, Noble, Ericson, Har+. Row 6: Lesfer, Miller,
Schroih, Ross, Swaiosh, Elmquis+, Presfegaard, Gomsrud,
Rand, Konrenalros, S+einman, McAuliffe, Larson, Hass, D.
BAND Froni' Row Serr Schlefelbern Brown Borcherr
Swansfrom M Johnson Flanders Rouzer Row 2 Osfrooi'
J Johnson Larson Wrnghf Norby Burda Bryani' Har+
G Aanenson Shaphlro Leach Row 3 Homzllr Mariuccl
Lindsey Ylvlsalrer E Aanenson Woehrle Garven Haar
Jones Row 4 Dickey Noren Russell R Langley Presfe
gaard N Sml+h Crowder Nelson Sahiy Beckman Back
Row Twomey Hanson Rosengren Koeneman L Langley
William Anderson Hauschlldf K Smrlh
lave ale fills coffers
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"GOING ONCE, GOING TWICE!" Sfeve Dahl: Mrs.
Ella Lindberg, adviser: Judie Carlton: Karen Johnsfon:
Sharon Kulenlrampg Mary Fisher: Sharon Hill: Peggy
Lindberg: Leonard Langley.
Proceeds from a fwo-day slave sale, in which
willing Golden Valley sfudenfs were aucfioned off
fo fheir more lazy masfers, fofaled SlOO.9O. Linda
O'Dell broughf in S9 for fhe Red Cross coffers
from Fred Bills, and fhe eighf buyers of Barbara
l-lauge paid S8 for her services. Sharon Kulenlcarnp
served as March fund drive chairman.
Among ofher fun and fund raising acfivifies
sponsored by fhe Junior and Senior Red Cross was
sending an afghan and correspondence album fo
Ireland, sharing school and fown experiences wifh
sfudenfs overseas. The album included picfures of
Minnesofa scenery, fhe Soufhdale shopping cenfer,
and school and fown sporfs. A school chesf, con-
sfrucfed by fhe senior boys and painfed by fhe
eighfh grade class, senf necessary supplies fo
fwenfy-four sfudenfs overseas.
Officers Judie Carlson, presidenfq Mary Fisher,
vice-presidenfy Karen Johnsfon, secrefaryt and
Sfeve Dahl, freasurer, affended cify cenfer meef-
ings fo work wifh ofher sfudenfs.
Golden Valley Red Cross members gained ex-
perience in service. This year's chapfer was also
concerned wifh sfrengfhening fhe organizafiorfs
foundafion and sfudenf body enfhusiasm for fufure
years. Onee, fwo-, and fhree-year service pins were
presenfed fo eighf members on Awards Day.
JUNIOR RED CROSS-Fronh Anne Walfers, Tom McAuliffe, Riclii Langley, Sandy Lesfer, Tom Burns, Tim Helgeson, Julie
Miliuclii. Baclr: Barbara Lindsey, Peggy Proffifl, Margaref Flanders. S+eve LGU-ill. Jean DeViIIIeI'S. Sandra TFOUP. Kafhie MIIYUCIKI.
Mrs. Lindberg, Susan Wright
SCIENCE CLUB-Fronl Row: Sue Oslroofg Dianne Borcherig DeAnn McAlisferg Janice Laisha, secrefary-freasurerq Gail Skyberg.
Row 2: Bill Kuhlmannq Dan McAuliffe: Mifchell Rand: Anne Knickerbocker: Erland Maki. Row 3: Dave Swanslromg Griff Mc-
Auliffe: Sieve Woehrleg Bob Larson: Dayne Smilh. Row 4: Bob Hanson: Keifh Smilh, presidenig Neal Greenberg: Doug Mc-
Neil: Mike Flanagan. Back Row: Jim McLeod: Margie Hoinesg Peler S+a'H.
Over 300 sludenls energelically followed lor-
mulas, raised rals, and buill' Hinlricale machines"
in order lo parlicipale in lhe March IO Science
Fair. The gym was 'lranslormed wilh bolnlles. bealcers,
mice, and malerial resembling any modern-day
The newly-organized Science Club sponsored lhe
lair, under 'rhe direclion ol inslruclor Wallon
Welna and General Chairman Grill lvlcfxulilfe. En-
lries were raled by Arvid Kuulli and Greig Aspnes.
chemicals engineers from Cargil Inc., wilh awards
going lo lhe lop lhree proiecls ol lhe whole fair,
and firsl, second, and Third places in each class
Eslablished aim ol lhe club was "To promole
and develop inleresl in lhe sciences." Twenly-lhree
were selecied according lo lheir scholaslic sland-
ing in science courses by an organizalional commil-
lee of inleresled sludenls.
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WADE TURNER COOKS up- a slorm wilh his second place
winning Wilson Cloud Chamber.
lub joins science race
LOOKING FOR DEVELOPMENTS is Sieve Woehrle, firsf place Valley science confesf winner. Sleve's
experimenf 'rraced fhe growfh of a chicken from embryo +o chick.
valleyettes rai e can , ca
EighTeen ValleyeTTes added a Teminine Touch To
The TirsT homecoming game. Members OT The newly
Tormed dance organizaTion wore navy and whiTe
ensembles Tor Their "Ballin' The Jack" number.
WiTh The assisTance oT Mrs. Frances Finch The
girls choreographed mosT oT The dances Themselves.
Several oT The numbers were presenTed aT Two
For "SweeT Georgia Brown, a cane-Tapping, soTT
shoe rouTine, The group designed Torrnal black and
whiTe cosTurnes. Black Tringe decked The red saTin
sheaThs oT The Tlappers in The CharlesTon rouTine.
To Tinance The Tabric purchases, The girls held balce
sales and a Twin TurnabouT dance. Small renTal
Tees were charged members oT The CharlesTon
rouTine in The PTA vaudeville show, "Those
Changing Yearsfi Tor The use oT Their cosTumes.
Regular meeTings and pracTices were held each
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. ExTra pracTices
were held aTTer school in advance oT special per-
STEPPING LIGHTLY To The Tune of "SweeT Georgia
Brown" are Sharon Hill, Linda O'Dell, Charlene WenTe,
Vicki Johnson, RuTh GaudeTTe, Janice Nichols, Chrisiine
PeTerson, and Ann Knickerbocker.
FLIRTING AND FROLICSOME, eleven VaIIeyeHe flappers: Peggy Lindberg, Marilyn Smi+h,
Susan Tripp, PaTTy Parlin, Judy VolkenanT, Bonnie Johnson, Maridee Ludford, Geraldine
Rouser, Sharon Kulenkamp, Kafhy Fisher, and Barbara Frandle assume a Charlesfon pose.
STAMP CLUB-Sea+ed: John Twomey, Roger Anderson, Charles Tyler, Karen Olsfen.
David Rood, Mary Rouzer. Sfanding: Mrs. Evelyn Arends, Roger Haar, Bob Shapiro.
David Road was sfudenf direcfor of 'rhe 'ren-member Sfamp Club, which me+ weekly
fo sfudy and exchange.
Iubsidentif , lip, helve
LIBRARY CLUB-Sealed: Gail Wirh, Nancy Moe, Peggy ProffiH, Janice Horne, Jane+ Bills, Margare+ Flanders, Ann Walfers.
Sfanding: Bruce Nichols, Janice Holsfen, Barbara Lee, Joy Lundquist Janef Boschee, Merry Alberf, Sharon Bowman, Susan
Cooper, Cindy Hall, Mary Jo Heinsch. Mrs. Evelyn Arends, Marilyn McManus, Sandra Robinson, Kafhie Milcucli, Joanne Carlson,
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