Luther L Wright High School - Hematite Yearbook (Ironwood, MI)

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In Memoriam R. Ernest Dear The student body of Luther L. Wright High School deeply regrets the death on December 22, 1965, of Mr. R. Ernest Dear, our superintendent of city schools for the past twelve years. Forty-three years in the field of education in this geographical area had brought Mr. Dear into close contact with the community as a whole. He served as principal of our high school from 1932 to 1953. These years of public service were marked by a cheerful outlook, patient understanding and a constant desire to give us the best possible opportunities that our educational system could offer. Mr. Dear was a dedicated leader, devoted friend, and public servant who has left on student body and community an indelible example of human achievement.Table of Contents EDITORS’ NOTE..........................3 MEMORIAM...............................4 ADMINISTRATION.........................5 FACULTY .............................. 7 FRESHMEN..............................15 SOPHOMORES............................21 JUNIORS...............................27 SENIORS..................................33 ORGANIZATIONS............................57 ACTIVITIES...............................79 ATHLETICS................................87 R.O. T. C...............................101 SENIOR ACTIVITIES.......................106 INDEX....................................Hi ADVERTISEMENTS 116J cfjool jSiatrict of Ifje (Eitg of ,3lron£ooob Eift Sutler HC. Urujht iSiglj g rhonl We, the editors of the 1966 Hematite, have attempted to depict memories representative of the pleasant years that the members of this class have shared at Luther L. Wright. Pictured within are the scholastic and extracurricular activities which have shaped our lives and which will guide our futures. The spark of knowledge and interest which has been kindled by our teachers will continue to grow and reflect in our lives just as the Hematite theme progresses from a candle to the laser light with the expectation of more startling discoveries in the use of illumination. The future, man's most valuable possession, belongs to our class. The light shall not dim but will increase in brilliance through our lifetime. It is our hope that Hematite 1966 will serve as an enjoyable reminder of days past in the eager pursuit of happiness and in the spirit of goodwill that have marked the brief passage of our high school years. JAMES E. SHERIDAN, Principal 3lrim£oouii, icfjigan Readers, Co-Editors, Mary Ann Broskovetz Russell SladeIn Memoriam Steven Richard Bunjevac We, the class of 1966, recall with sadness the loss from our midst of Steven Bunjevac, whose death on December 2, 1964deprived us of a courageously cheerful friend. 4ADMINISTRATIONBoard of Education SEATED; Mr. R. Ernest Dear, Superintendent; Mr. Louis J. Miklesh, Mr. Fred Dubbe, Mr. George M. Kahara, Miss Alma Nelson, Mr. Wilber F. McLean Jr. , Mr. William L. Johnson. STANDING; Mr. Eugene Colasacco, Mr. Jack T. Jacobs, Mr. Bernard E. Larson, Attorney. Superintendent MR. R. ERNEST DEAR We, the class of 1966, wish to express our sincere thanks to Mr. Dear, who has been our superintendent since 1953. His many years of devoted service and patient guidance shall not be forgotten. 6FACULTYOur Principal His Message The true worth of men is not in what they seem but in what they are. How much better it is todoeachday some little good rather than to dream of great deeds in time’s future. No king with power untold can surpass your acts of kindness or your words of truth.VIRGINIA AUKEE English 11, Northern Michigan University, BA. MARY BRENNAN Business Department, Northland College, University of Minnesota, BA, MA. JOSEPHINE BRIGHENTI Homemaking, FHA Advisor, University of Wisconsin, BS. JAMES DESAUTELLE Biology, University of Minnesota (Duluth Branch), University of Minnesota, BS, MA. THOMAS DOMAN Social 9, World History, B-Team Basketball Coach, Assistant Track Coach, Montana State College, BS. NORMA DOM IN English 9, Advanced Composition, University of Missouri, BS. JUANITA EHNBOM English 12, Albion College, BA. ROBERT EKMAN Industrial Arts, Stout State College, BS, MS. GENE FARRELL American History, Head Basketball Coach, Assistant Football Coach, Gustavus Aduphus, BA, University of Minnesota, M. ED. ANN FARROW English 11,12, Remedial Reading, Gogebic Community College, Northern Michigan University, University of Colorado, BA. SAMUEL HELD Chemistry, Biology, FTA Advisor, University of Minnesota, BS. WILLIAM HERVI Librarian, University of Minnesota, BS, MA.JAMES HOCKING Industrial Arts, River Falls State College, University of Wisconsin, BE, BS. WILLIAM KENNEDY General Science, University of Wisconsin, BS, MS. ERIC KETTULA World History, American History, Junior Class Advisor, Student Council Advisor, University of Michigan, Michigan State University, BA, MA. OLIVER KOSKI Industrial Arts, Stout State University, BS, MA. FAYE KRZNARICH Homemaking, Stout State University, BS, University of Wisconsin, MS. JOHN KRZNARICH Social 12, Freshman Basketball Coach, Senior Class Advisor, Tennis Coach, NASS Advisor, Morningside College, BS. RODGER LAWSON, S-Sgt. , ROTC Instructor of Military Science, "NCO” Academy, Colorado. CHARLES LORENSON Driver Training, Moorhead State College, Michigan State University, BS, MA. ARNO LUGVIEL Guidance and Counseling, Michigan State University, Rutgers University, BA, M. Ed. ERNEST MATTSON Mathematics, Wisconsin State University, BS. WAYNE MELCHIOR I Head Football Coach, Track, Boys' Physical Education, University of Michigan, BS, MA. THERESA MESTNIK English Department, St. Cloud State College, University of Michigan, Northern Michigan University, BS.JOHN OSTROM Assistant Principal, Guidance and Counseling, Wisconsin State University, BS, M. Ed. DARLENE PALMER High School, College, and Junior High Girls' Physical Ed., Mankato State College, BS. HAROLD PALMER Social 12, College Basketball Coach, College Boys' Physical Ed., Mankato State College, BS. ROSA L. PAPE Business Department, Geography, Central Missouri State College, Columbia U., U. of Colorado, BS, MA. RICHARD PARRISH S Sgt., ROTC Instructor of Military Science, 7th Army "NCO" Academy, Munich, Germany. ADOLPH PASSINT Mathematics, Driver Training, Intercom Club Advisor, Northern Michigan U., BA. ROY PERKOVICH Day Trade Welding, S. Voc. Cert., Air Force Training Courses. RAYMOND PINSKI Forensics, English 9, Latin, Speech, St. Thomas College, St. Louis U., U. of Minnesota, BA, MA. STEVEN POPOVICH Business Department, Northern Michigan U., U. of Michigan, BS, MA. EDWIN QUISTORFF Vocal Music, DePaul U., Northwestern U., B. of Music, M. of Music. WILLIAM RAWN Lt. Col., ROTC Professor of Military Science, Infantry School. THOMAS ROWE Attendance OfficerHELENE SEARS High School and College Art, University of Minnesota, BS. VICTORIA SENDER School Nurse, St. Mary Nazareth School of Nursing, Loyola University, BS. OSCAR SJOWALL American History, Driver Training, Magazine Drive Advisor, University of Minnesota, BS, MA. CHARLES SUPERCYNSKI Mathematics, Physics, Superior State Teachers College, Purdue University, BS, MS. GUSTAVE SWANSON Day Trade Machine Shop, Stout State College, BS, MS. ZERA TABACCHI French, Hematite, and French Club Advisor, University of Wisconsin, Sorbonne, Princeton, BS, MA. STEPHEN THOMAS World History, Gogebic Community College, Northern Michigan University, BA. RONALD TRETHEWEY English, Guidance and Counseling, Gogebic Community College, Northern Michigar University, BS, MA. MARYVERN VENTRUCCI English, Wisconsin State University, BA. KENNETH WEELE Instrumental Music, University of Michigan, B of Music, M of Music. HOWARD WILLSON Mathematics, University of Michigan, Superior State Teachers College, AB and M. Ed. MARY LEE YATCHAK Business Department, Michigan State University, Northern Michigan University, University of Minnesota, BS, MS.Office SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE A. Nelson, K. Johnson, B. Swanson SECRETARY’S OFFICE M. Roberts, B. Erickson Personnel GCC SECRETARY R. Healy PRINCIPAL’S OFFICE S. Oberlander, D. Levijoki 13MATRONS L. Koykar, E. Aspinwall CARPENTER D. Anderson HEAD OF MAINTENANCE C. Lewinski PAINTERS W. Eckman, C. Jackson Behind the Scenes A. Rigoni W. Turunen K. Rowe J. Ruby G. Slade A. Kujanson C. Olson 14FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS MARILYN STENSTROM - Treasurer BONNIE JOBE - Vice-President BETH SISKONEN - Secretary MR. W. KENNEDY - Advisor HARVEY HULSTROM - President I U • MHOME ROOM 107 - MRS. DOMIN SEATED: P. Lonsway, Pres.; D. Friedman, Sec.; M. Shea, V.-Pres.; P. Negrini, Treas.; ROW 1; J. Brownell; J. Priante; A. Bennett; S. Erickson; L. Santini; S. Synkelma; C. Kessler; ROW 2: N. McDonald; F. Sokolowski; L. Paavola; L. Rovelsky; R. Hockin; D. Albert; J. Wiikus; MRS. DOMIN; ROW 3: D. Boyer; E. Danoski; M. Koslovich; M. Manchester; J. Dudra; S. Mitchell; M. Johnson. Freshman Home Rooms HOME ROOM 104 - MR. EKMAN SEATED: J. Koski; Treas.; H. Hulstrom, Pres.; J. Lehto, Sec.; F. Alieva, V.-Pres.; ROW 1: J. Gayan; T. Shutte; M. Pribyl; G. Buckallew; L. Erickson; R. King; MR. EKMAN; ROW 2: M. Dudra; J. Oja; D. Niemi; G. Lucas; C. Berg; E. Clemens; S. Marczak; J. McGrath; ROW 3: D. Pawlak; C. Tirpe; J. Davis; R. Ruby; R. Anderson; K. Kesti; J. Sokolowski; D. Shouldice; ABS.: B. Oikonen.HOME ROOM 111 - MR. KENNEDY SEATED: J. Pumala, V.-Pres.; S. Parrish, Pres.; M. Stenstrom, Sec.; B. Siskonen, Treas.; ROW 1: A. Mark; M. Bertini; E. Alonen; C. Kivi; S. Sederholm; D. Edyvean; J. Jendrzejewski; L. Ludack; ROW 2: M. Salo; R. Kalla; T. Hantula; L. Mukavitz; J. Kravetz; C. Olson; S. Lindquist; S. McRae; ROW 3: D. Carli; R. Colassacco; E. Niemi; J. Toth; R. Davis; J. Erickson; MR. KENNEDY; ABS.: L. Pegoraro. Freshman Home Rooms HOME ROOM 117 - MRS. KRZNARICH SEATED: M. Carlson, Pres.; J. Pumala, V.-Pres.; V. Finco, Sec.; C. Jindrich, Treas.; ROW 1: R. Skoviera; V. Strand; R. Salo; R. Bastman; C. Heikkila; M. Ludlow; ROW 2: C. Cox; C. Erickson; L. Murto; M. Martilla; M. Krznarich; R. Oslin; J. Semo; MRS. KRZNARICH; ROW 3: A. Kanipes; M. Niziol; J. Piete; C. Kolson; C. Turunen; L. Bloshenko; ABS.: B. DeFeliceHOME ROOM 208 - MR. TRETHEWEY SEATED: K. Ceccon, Treas.; A. Negrini, Pres.; B. Jobe, V.-Pres.; R. Miklesh, Sec.; ROW 1: J. Sopko; R. Fabbri; M. Shawbitz; D. Dorpat; D. Kauppi; D. Kuklinski; B. Maki; ROW 2: B. Brownell; L. Wasley; D. Ovaska; J. Wickstrom; C. Dalpra; S. Swanson; V. Hewitt; L. McDonald; ROW 3: P. Behrendt; R. Petrusha; E. Korpela; J. Fredrickson; P. Sams; T. Pumala; MR. TRETHEWEY. Freshman Home RoomAfter School ’65 Highlights ’66 Tough Problems "Get into your own seats." "The ceiling is too low for a high jump" 20 Clowning "Should we give Iron Mountain a chance?" "This is your pilot speaking"...SOPHOMORES . SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS GEORGE DELIMBA - President MR. THOMAS - Advisor JUDY OLSON - Secretary CHERYL KOSKI - TreasurerHOME ROOM 216 - MRS. AUKEE SEATED: T. McRae. V.-Pres.; J. Moon, Sec.; J. Ruby, Pres.; M. Palmgren, Treas.; ROW 1: MRS. AUKEE; J. Consie; J. Johnson; G. Behrendt; M. VanLokeren; J. O’Leary; M. Prosek; N. Huotari; ROW 2: G. Edmark; K. Jackson; R. Jones; D. Carlson; D. Alexandroni; L. Kangas; R. Smiljanich; ROW 3: J. Pera; G. Kozens; E. Giannunzio; W. Waitanek; C. Kolesar; J. Hill; B. Maki; R. Stone. Sophomore Home Rooms HOME ROOM 311 - MISS BRENNAN SEATED: M. Randall, Pres.; N. Pawlak, V.-Pres.; D. Jerik, Sec.; T. Brody, Treas.; ROW 1: K. Jordan; K. Kichak; S. Kalla; J. Hotchkiss; B. Sokolowski; K. Lindberg; M. Vizanko; ROW 2: J. Sertich; S. Tippett; B. Hill; B. Warrick; S. Peterson; D. Saari; D. Nezworski; MISS BRENNAN; ROW 3: J. Manchester; L. Bahun; L. Ruby; S. Gust; G. Aimone; G. Champion; K. Czerneski; S. Orhn.HOME ROOM 310 - MR. DESAUTELLE SEATED: S. Dudra, Pres.; D. Anderson, Sec.; A. Colasacco, Treas.; P. Syrjala, V.-Pres.; ROW 1; MR. DESAUTELLE; S. Buckallew; C. Koski; C. Rosa; L. Juutilainen; D. McDonald; L. Toolanen; C. Brune 11; ROW 2: J. Huotari; L. Haaro; L. Barbera; S. Sams; S. Sisko; G. Wahlberg; R. Kirkley; R. Lintonen; ROW 3: R. Pelkola; G. Osterman; J. Willson; J. Stonemark; T. Potinsky; R. Miller; P. Niemi; L. Erickson; J. Jenkins. Sophomore Home Rooms HOME ROOM 203 - MR. MATTSON SEATED: R. Koivisto, Pres.; L. Ekstrom, V.-Pres.; T. McGrath, Sec.; R. Minkin, Treas.; ROW 1: C. Baross; S. Fabbri; B. Hellen; D. Tampio; R. Immich; L. Anderson; B. Trevarthen; M. Colasacco; ROW 2: MR. MATTSON; J. Johnson; M. Slivinsky; B. Penrose; G. Wingfield; R. Kalla; M. Belcher; J. Koski; B. Oie; ROW 3: J. Osterman; S. Belcher; P. Albert; G. Wahlberg; B. Rouse; D. Buda; T. Long; R. Sanders.HOME ROOM 223 - MR. THOMAS SEATED: G. Delimba, V.-Pres.; A. Willing, Treas.; N. Korpela, Sec.; J. Brottlund, Pres.; ROW 1; B. Bailey; J. Oslin; C. Mattila; M. Stelmark; M. Manilla; C. Salo; J. Josephson; J. Jindrich; ROW 2: D. Pelkola; R. Hulstrom; L. Tjernlund; A. Anderson; D. Erickson; P. Gustafson; K. Sierila; S. Swanson; ROW 3: MR. THOMAS; M. Miller; D. Ringwall; B. Vuorenmaa; L. Kinnunen; J. Pisco; L. Niemi; G. Clemens; N. Lindberg. Sophomore Home Rooms HOME ROOM 220 - MRS. VENTRUCCI SEATED: G. Braspenick, Sec.; D. Ruppe, V.-Pres.; D. Meyer, Treas.; B. Peterson, Pres.; ROW 1: J. Korpela; G. Lehto; C. English; J. Manki; S. Johnson; J. Vizanko; J. Currier; J. Olson; ROW 2: E. Ar-mata; P. Niemi; J. Nelson; M. Semo; S. Soffiette; P. Thompson; N. Jarvi; C. Carpenter; MR. BAIMA, Student Teacher; ROW 3: D. Zandi; T. Gorrilla; T. Parent; B. Kent; B. Ahnger; R. Rajala; T. Wanden; H. Ramme; ABS.: G. Swanbeck; MRS. VENTRUCCI.HOME ROOM 105 - MR. WILLSON SEATED: R. Carlson, Pres.; K. Hill, Treas.; M. Cossi, Sec.; ROW x: S. Nelmark; M. Ruditis; A. Wisneski; G. Perttula; S. Anderson; M. Bracket; P. Kasieta; ROW 2: M. Giannunzio; G. Thomas; M. Stutz; K. Elsemore; E. Maki; M. Walkonen; P. Jagla; ROW 3: P. Schwartz; J. Olson; D. Smith; J. Michela; D. Korhonen; C. Palmquist; R. LaCost; MR. WILLSON; ABS.: M. Viher, V.-Pres. Sophomore Home Room Studdered again, hey? 26GAYLE AN DON KOIVIS MR. KETTULA - Advisor CHRISTINE MAKEI.A - Treasurer HOME ROOM 217 - MR. FARRELL SEATED: MR. FARRELL; C. Gallo, Pres.; M. Rigoni, V.-Pres.; K. Lewinski, Sec.-Treas.; ROW 1: D. Salo; K. Knutilla; H. Warpula; S. Stahovic; J. Bashara; C. Haaro; T. Hampston; ROW 2: B. Edyvean; M. Albert; T. Danowski; M. Molaski; D. Jussila; R. Blomberg; ROW 3: D. Tervo; B. Ceccon; D. Pajula; E. Koslovich; J. Lahti; D. Anderson. Junior Home Rooms HOME ROOM 218 - MRS. FARROW SEATED: M. Olson, Sec.-Treas.; C. Kopecko, V.-Pres.; M. Jarvi, Pres.; ROW 1: S. Rozelle; J. Pribyl; R. Held; M. Ginolfi; A. Negri; P. Semo; MRS. FARROW; ROW 2: J. Kusz; L. Livingston; K. Corda; S. Matiska; K. Kinnunen; D. Swanbeck; L. Trevarthen; ROW 3: B. Hakala; J. Willson; W. Larson; M. Erm; D. Berg; T. Asunto; W. Allen.HOME ROOM 213 - MR. KETTULA SEATED: C. Makela, Sec.; D. Koivisto, Pres.; L. Belmas, V.-Pres.; G. Anderson, Treas.; ROW 1: J. Impola; G. Penrose; B. Wesa; L. Albert; C. Olson; S. Krause; MR. KETTULA; ROW 2: F. Lahtinen; W. Silanpaa; M. Rintala; M. Dapra; G. Erickson; B. Tippett; ROW 3: R. Gallo; E. Haaro; L. Choronzy; J. Levijoki; B. Stella. Junior Home Rooms HOMEROOM 106 - MR. LUGVIEL SEATED: M. Koski, Treas.; R. Minkin, Pres.; K. Carlson, Sec.; ROW 1: S. Reini; S. Leinon; A. Pachmayer; G. Nurmi; K. Hill; B. Bashara; ROW 2: J. Aho; H. King; F. Friedman; D. Rundquist; C. Lahti; T. Gutt; ROW 3: J. Vuckovic; T. Eckstrom; J. Dalphonso; B. Tankka; P. Kleimola; A. Anderson; ABS.: J. Hamel; J. Spetz, V.-Pres. 30■a HOME ROOM 222 - MRS. MESTNIK SEATED: J. Aho, Sec.-Treas.; G. Hill, Pres.; D. Ludlow, V.-Pres.; ROW 1: C. Goodwin; M. Fisher; M. Hallberg; B. Bianchi; L. Kivi; M. Campbell; B. Koski; ROW 2: MRS. MESTNIK; S. Raymond; J. Alonen; G. Shouldice; S. Spencer; C. Dahlbacka; C. Baross; ROW 3: R. Jokela; R. Lehocky; R. Gusman; C. Drake; M. Swanson; R. Ruby; C. McClone; M. Osterholm; ABS.: R. LaCost. Junior Home Rooms HOME ROOM 219 - MR. PINSKI SEATED: R. LaBlonde, Treas.; A. Trudgeon, Pres.; J. Currier, V.-Pres.; L. Wilson, Sec.; ROW 1: MR. PINSKI; C. Hill; D. Oman; R. Long; C. Manila; C. Raivio; D. Halama; ROW 2: B. Alieva; B. Randall; A. Backman; M. Kinnunen; J. Swanson; M. Shea; G. Johnson; ROW 3: B. Gothblad; L. Faf ford; J. Sopko; J. Larson; L. Nezworski; R. Brown; L. Berg.HOME ROOM 212 - MR. SJOWALL SEATED: D. Cricks, Sec.; D. Langdon, Treas.; B. Jackson, V.-Pres.; J. Olson, Pres.; ROW 1: D. Skoviera; J. Asplund; M. Kilbourn; S. Sell; R. Bentzen; J. Roberts; M. Decker; MR. SJOWALL; ROW 2: T. Erickson; M. Hagelin; S. Mukavitz; C. Kolesar; B. Williams; S. Peite; D. Gerovac; A. Alexandroni; ROW 3: R. Bolich; M. Winkowski; J. Trudgeon; D. Hautala; B. Kulak; D. Liljestrom; E. Maki; W. Behrendt. Junior Home Room Concentration. 32 Exposed!SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS MR. KRZNARICH - Advisor RUSSELL SLADE - President DELBERT McKNIGHT - Vice-President BONNIE TROJAHN - Secretary ROBERTA BOLICH - TreasurerGERRY ALEXANDRONI ’66 CHRISTINE ANDERSON DIANE ALLEN DENNIS ANDERSON PATRICIA L. ALONEN RUSSELL ANDERSONSUSAN ARMATADAN BERLIN BARBARA BERTINI DAVID BJORK VERNER BLOMBERG ROBERTA BOLICH GORDON E. BORAWSKI KATHLEEN A. BRODY THOMAS W. BIDGOOD RENE BRASPENICKMARY ANN BROSKOVETZ TOM CARLI Senior- BRUCE BUCKOVETZ DAVID G. CARLSON PAUL D. CARLSONMICHAEL CZERNESKI PRISCILLA CZYKOSKI WALLY VAN DAVIS MARLYS JEAN EDWARDS BOB EDYVEAN GARY ENGSTROM ELDEN ERICKSON JAN ERICKSON MARY J. ERICKSONSTEVE FISHER MICHAEL G. GENTILE MARY EILEEN GERTZDANIEL W. HAANPAA ’66 DONNA MARIE HAAPALA CAROL HAAPALA JUNE HILL MARK JINDRICH HHHL BETSY JOHNSON Seniors ROBERTA JOHNSON GUY KANGAS KEN KAUPPICAROL KICHAK KATHLEEN E. KIVI FORREST KIVISTO ALLAN KLEIMOLAGARY E. KUSZ CHERYL A. LARSON MARCIA LARSON LARRY LAPACHIN Seniors JOYCE ANNE lindberg RICHARD LIVINGSTON ROBERT LONGHINIBETH A. MATTSON DON MATTSON DELBERT MCKNIGHT Seniors MAURINE RUTH MILLERJERRY NANTELL ’66 DENNIS C. OJA ■ KAREN NELSON JOHN OIE DONALD OLSON ROD J. NOLCOX JUDY NEGRINI JERRY OLDSLEE ANN OLSON RICK PA A VOL A FRANK PACHMAYER PAULA OSTROM Seniors SUSAN PAJULACAROL PETERSON GREGG PETERSON MAUREEN PETERSON ROBERT PIASECKI JOHN PIETROCATELLI JOSEPH RANTA BILL REYNOLDS MARY ROKSER COREEN RIGONIJOELLYN ROSA SHARON RUONA Seniors JACK I. ROUSE BERNARD SANTINIGLORIA JEAN SCHMITT PATRICIA LAINE SHOULDICE LOREN G. SIEVILA CAROLE JEAN SURAMELINDA ANN SLOMA ROBERT SOFFIETTE Seniors COLLEEN R. SWANBECK ED TAFELSKI KENNETH TALASKA MARGE R. STRANDARVOL. TOOLANEN BONNIE KAYE TROJAHN GARY S. VERBOVANEC KATHLEEN M. VIZANKO LOUIS M. VLASICH ROBERT TOTH ED VERHELST PAUL J. VOLLEYWILLIAM J. WARRICK GAIL WIENEN DAVID WICKLUND JUDY WASLEY Seniors RON WILLIAMS JENNY WILLINGLINDA L. WRIGHT ’66 PATRICIA GAIL ZAMBROVITZ Not Pictured: DENNIS HOLGERS LINDA JACQUART JOHN LAAKONEN RONALD NIEMI DENNIS SAARI VIRGINIA SIIRILA 55Spectators Jump ball We go to visit the Principal. "Outside Noonhours. ” Just for Fun Mr. Lugviel gets a tardy slip.ORGANIZATIONSThe National Honor Society Embodying the highest ideals of scholarship, service, leadership, and character, the National Honor Society represents the peak of honor bestowed upon students of the Luther L. Wright High School. The anticipation of membership serves as an incentive to strive for superior grades and to achieve the ideals of the National Honor Society. Initiation ceremonies are always impressive. The ideals of the club are explained and the symbol of the organization is displayed. The colors of the society are blue and gold. The symbol is composed of keystone and flaming torch. Not more than fifteen percent of the senior class and five percent of the junior class may be chosen as members in any one year. Membership is announced at the honors assembly held each spring. The Luther L. Wright High School chapter is under the direction of Mr. Lugviel. NHS Class of 1965 Kathleen Bahun Judy Moren Mary Bednar Walter Olson Burna Bennett Dale Pryor Darlene Berg Don Ruppe Sybelle DeSonia Renee Semo Jerome Gradisher Steve Sheridan Mary Jane Juntilla Ann Skowronski Gloria Kilponen John Solin Connie Kivi Ken Swanson Judith Kivi Tom Tezak Lois Kivi Mavis Tiitu Wayne Alan Levijoki Larry Tremain Betsy Mark Reena Yonkoky Elected during their Junior year: Louise Syrjala, Neal Nurmi, Ed Martinson. 58Seniors 1966 SEATED: K. Nelson, Treas.; L. Liimakka, Sec.; M. Broskovetz, V.-Pres.; D. Pelto. STANDING: C. Andrews, Pres.; R. Slade, E. Tafelski, A. Tool-anen. PLEDGE OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY "I pledge myself to uphold the high purpose of this society to which I have been elected, striving in every way by work and deed to make its ideals the ideals of my school and of my life. " 59SEATED: M. Vizanko, Treas., R. Slade, Pres., K. Carlson, Sec., J. Moon, V.-Pres., H. Hulstrom, Historian, STANDING: MR. KETTULA, G. Johnson, D. Koivisto, T. Bidgood, G. Delimba, R. Petrusha, D. Gustafson, J. Pumala. Student Council The Student Council's executive board, composed of 12 members, two elected representatives from each class plus the president of each class, is under the guidance of Mr. Kettula. The Council's activities include the planning of assemblies, the sponsorship of dances, purchasing of records for dances, and the sponsoring of the traditional Homecoming event. Because the Student Council is a governing body by the students, it serves as an effective link between them and the faculty. Problems concerning the students can be clarified by bringing them before the Council. Through discussion answers can be found. 60Debate "Resolved that the Federal Government should adopt a program of compulsory arbitration in labor-management disputes in basic industries" was the proposition with which this year's debate team was confronted. It was another successful year for our competent debaters under the guidance of Mr. Lugviel. Debate tournaments in which the team competed include the Seaway Classic at Superior, Wisconsin: the Duluth Den-feld Tourney at Duluth, Minnesota; two preliminary Upper Peninsula meets at Negaunee and Iron Mountain and the debate finals at Northern Michigan University, Marquette, Michigan. ROW 1: MR. LUGVIEL, D. McKnight, C. Andrews, R. Slade, C. Held, S. Mukavitz, D. McDonald, ROW 2: J. Impola, S. Spencer, M. VanLokeren, G. Swanbeck, S. Leinon, G. Nurmi, R. Held, M. Moore, ROW 3: D. Boyer, R. Salo, F. Fredrickson, R. Petrusha.Hematite GAIL WIENEN Sec. -Treas. 62 MISS TABACCHI Advisor MYRA COLASACCO Bus. Mgr. MARY ANN BROSKOVETZ Co-Editor Editorial Staff RUSS SLADE Co-Editor ROW 1: C. Haapala, Copy Ed.; R. Held, K. Kivi, B. Bertini, R. Slade, Co-Ed.; M. Brosko-vetz, Co-Ed.; V. Kurta, G. Wienen, Sec. -Treas.; G. Schmitt, Organizations Ed. ROW 2; K. Hendrickson; C. Baross, M. Rintala, M. Rigoni, V. Maki, C. Lutwitzi, M. Edwards, P. Arasim, Activities Ed.; R. Johnson, Index Ed. ROW 3; G. Johnson, Photographer, C. Gallo, M. Kauppi, Faculty Ed.; E. Tafelski, Sports Ed.; P. Volley, K. Talaska, R. Paavola.T y p. i n g Business Staff S t a f f ROW 1: G. Zambrovitz, B. Trojahn. P. Shouldice, L. Liimakka, L. Wright, P. Czykoski. ROW 2: M. Colasacco, Bus. Mgr.; C. Held, D. Berlin. V. Blomberg, M. Clemens. 63Editorial Staff SEATED: M. Michela, C. Peterson, Feature Editors; M. Peterson, Editor-in-Chief; M. Rokser, K. Nelson, News Editors; STANDING: M. Miller, Exchange Editor; D. Pelto, C. Andrews, Sports Editors; S. Leinon, Photographer. . Wright Typing Staff 64 L. to R.: M. Larson, S. Rouna, J. Wills, P. Ostrom.Reporters ROW 1: M. Sloma, S. Mukavitz, P. Ostrom, R. Bolich, D. Friedman, P. Negrini, L. Santini, A. Bennett, B. Trevarthen. ROW 2: J. Swanson, C. Kolesar, K. Lewinski, G. Penrose, D. Swanbeck, S. Spencer, L. Kivi, M. Moore. ROW 3: M. Hallberg, B. Williams, T. Danowski, M. Molaski, C. Olson, D. Oman, B. Denocenti, G. Nurmi, J. Impola. ROW 4: S. Synkelma, D. Albert, S. Erickson, S. Mitchell, M. Colasac co, S. Swanson, G. Swanbeck, J. Erickson. ABS.: M. Christensen. Times Business Staff ROW 1: T. Bidgood, L. Olson, J. Krznarich, M. Gertz, M. Moore. ROW 2: V. Blom-berg, P. Forslund, M. Czemeski, E. Verhelst. Advisor MISS R. PAPE 65ROW 1: C. Erickson, J. Gayan, S. Synkelma, M. Campbell, S. Kahara, V. -Pres.; C. Dahlbacka, Sec.; A. Back-man, Treas.; B. Trevarthen, E. Korpela, M. Colasacco, Pres.; C. Haapala, MISS TABACCHI, Advisor. ROW 2: C. Cox, G. Shouldice, S. Stahovic, A. Negri, D. Halama, L. Wilson, R. LaBlonde, L. McDonald, B. Immich, D. McDonald, M. DaPra, L. Albert. ROW 3: S. Erickson, L. Toolanen, G. Wahlberg, C. Olson, P. Czykoski, M. Van Lokeren, R. Smiljanich, K. Elsemore, M. Cossi, E. Maki, P. Thompson, D. Edyvean. ROW 4: S. Swanson, M. Colasacco, D. Friedman, C. DalPra, A. Bennett, C. Olson, S. McRae. C. Kolson, L. Erickson, S. Gust, S. Sederholm. ROW 5: M. Rintala, S. Spencer, R. Held, G. Nurmi, C. Kessler, C. Turunen, N. Korpela, B. Sis-konen, A. Mark, J. Currier, L. Bloshenko, L. Murto, D. Ovaska. ROW 6: M. Clemens, J. Michela, N. Lindberg, B. Maki, M. Peterson, M. Stenstrom, S. Swanson, M. Walkonen, C. Koski, G. Swanbeck, S. Mitchell. Le Cercle Francais "Bonjour, Marie: ja va?” "Si nous chantions un peu! " "Un, deux, trois The French Club, composed of present and past students of French, meets several times during the year in order to acquaint its members with the customs, songs, and culture of France. Social gatherings follow the viewings of slides and movies. Recordings of popular French songs add a continental flavor to the dances. Miss Tabacchi is the sponsor of the club. "Oui, nous nous sommes bien amuses! "ROW 1: G. Penrose, S. Leinon, J. Moon, J. Pumala, B. Jobe, F. Sokolowski, G. Delimba, K. Lewinski, MR. PIN-SKI, Sponsor. ROW 2: L. Wasley, C. Heikkila, V. Finco, V. Strand, N. McDonald, K. Kinnunen, J. Impola. K Lindberg, S. Lundquist, M. Pribyl. ROW 3: J. Koski, J. Johnson, G. Anderson, M. Martella. M. Molaski, C. Mattila, B. Randall, B. Koski, J. Nelson, G. Erickson, B. Sokolowski, T. Long. ROW 4 R. Petrusha, R. Slade, C. Berg, J. Willson, R. Miller, B. Ahnger, J. Stonemark, P. Albert, S. Belcher, R. Sanders. Latin Club The Latin Club is a local chapter of the National Junior Classical League. Meeting once a month the Latin Club provides additional opportunities to value and to appreciate the contributions made by classical studies to our modern world. Movies, skits, plays and discussions encourage further education and give entertainment to the members. The Latin Club sponsored various activities of Roman and Greek background during the year. State and national conventions of the League present the opportunity of meeting other Latin students and comparing the accomplishments of the clubs in various parts of the country. Mr. Pinski is the Latin Club sponsor. 67ROW 1: G. Shouldice, C. Hill, S. Stahovic, D. Halama, M. Rigoni, Sec., G. Nurmi, Treas., C. Kravetz, Pres., K. Lewinski, V.-Pres., K. Brody, M. Sloma, G. Schmitt, MR. HELD, ROW 2: D. Cricks, P. Shouldice, J. Roberts, T. Danowski, D. Swanbeck, R. LaBlonde, M. Shea, H. Warpula, B. Johnson, M. Clemens, V. Kurta, T. Hampston, ROW 3; J. Rosa, V. Anderson, C. Kurpewski, C. Goodwin, P. Thompson, G. Swanbeck, S. Kahara, G. Anderson, C. Makela, P. Tampio, D. Gustafson, M. Molaski, ROW 4: J. Asplund, K. Corda, C. Dahlbacka, A. Pachmayer, B. Williams, S. Anderson, K. Rosa. L. Eckstrom, D. Meyer, M. Bracket, M. Cossi, E. Maki, ROW 5: R. Thompson, M. Strand, S, Armata, J. Swanson, C. Kolesar, L. Albert, M. Hallberg, M. Jarvi, M. Michela. F. T. A. The Future Teachers of America, under the supervision of Mr. Held, gives to students interested in the career of teaching the opportunity to learn more about the profession. Each year members of the club do cadet teaching in the various grade schools. By doing this they receive practical knowledge of teaching. During American Education Week the members participate in educational activities. 68ROW 1: T. Long, S. Kahara, J. Manchester, L. Bloshenko, A. Anderson. N. Pawlak, P. Negrini, M. Stenstrom, B. Jobe, S. Fabbri, M. Giannunzio, E. Alonen, ROW 2: M. Sloma, B. Bianchi, E. Pelto, M. Erickson, M. Christensen, M. Stutz, L. Tjerlund, M. Johnson, V. Hewitt, L. Santini, S. Lindquist, K. Heikkala, ROW 3: K. Czerneski, L. Wasly, K. Kichak, M. Stelmark, A. Willing, L. Siirila, M. Bertini, K. Ceccon, C. Kessler, D. Albert, J. Jendrzejewski, ROW 4; S. Tippitt, S. Sederholm, B. DeFelice, C. Kolson, C. Kivi, A. Mark, B. Siskonen, A. Bennett, D. Freidman, C. Erickson, B. Maki, ROW 5: J. Currier, J. Jindrich, K. Hill, M. Colasacco, K. Olson, S. McCrae, L. Erickson, K. Champion, C. Goodwin, D. Edyvean, J. Gayan, ABS.: MISS BRIGHENTI, L. Barbera, B. Behrendt, M. Belcher, G. Buckallew, S. Buckallew, C. Cox, B. Mattson, J. Pumala, S. Synkelma, J. Wiikus. F. H. A. The Future Homemakers of America is a national organization. It was founded for the purpose of providing both girls and boys with additional experiences in planning and carrying out activities relating to homemaking. For its motto the F.H.A. has chosen "Toward New Horizons." This year's officers are: President, Nancy Pawlak; Vice-President, Arlene Anderson; Secretary, Lynn Bloshenko; Treasurer, Paulette Negrini; Historian. Theresa Long; Corresponding Secretary, Janice Manchester; Reporter, Mary Jo Stutz; Recreation Chairman, Lou Ann Tjernlund. Under the supervision of Miss Josephine Brighenti, the chapter has had a very successful and enjoyable year. 69ROW 1: K. Lewinski, D. Cricks, K. Knuttila, K. Brody, K. Kravetz, L. Eckstrom, J. Jindrich, K. Hill, M. Colasacco, J. Currier, K. Lindberg, C. Koski, M. Rokser, L. Wilson, ROW 2: M. Christensen, J. Aho, P. Tampio, D. Jerik, P. Ostrom, D. Salo, R. Held, L. Anderson, M. Ginolfi, K. Carlson, J. Manki, D. Meyer, ROW 3: L. Lucak, P. Czykoski, M. Stutz, J. Oslin, L. Wright, T. Salo, C. English. D. Saari, M. Michela, M. Dapra, R. Johnson, C. Baross, ROW 4: R. Bolich, K. Kinnunen, M. Rintala, M. Rigoni, C. Lutwitzi, C. Anderson, C. Kolesar, N. Korpela, P. Arasim, M. Hallberg. 70 Choir ROW 1: J. Jindrich, D. Cricks, K. Knuttila, C. Kravetz, L. Eckstrom. M. Colasacco, K. Lindberg, M. Rokser, D. Meyer, L. Wilson, J. Currier, ROW 2: R. Bolich, K. Lewinski, J. Aho, P. Tampio, D. Jerik, M. Rintala, P. Ostrom, L. Wright, C. English, M. Hallberg, M. Ginolfi, K. Carlson, J. Manki, N. Korpela, N. Pawlak, ROW 3: M. Stutz, M. Christensen, D. McDonald, S. Sisko, C. Gallo, R. Paavola, K. Talaska, D. Shouldice, C. Berg, D. Shawbitz, P. Arasim, R. Johnson, M. Michela, C. Anderson, ROW 4: B. Trevarthen, J. Winkowski, H. Huls rom, L. Pegoraro, P. Lonsway, J. Hill, C. Kolesar, D. Mc-Knight, B. Austin, J. Koski, J. Erickson, M. Carlson, L. Paavola. Girl’s Glee ClubTOP ROW: M. Johnson, L. Santini, B. Jobe, S. Swanson, L. Murto; ROW 3: C. Cox L. Erickson, V. Hewitt, L. .McDonald, K. Ceccon; ROW 2: B. Siskonen, K. Champion, C. Heikkila, M. Bertini, S. Lindquist; BOTTOM ROW: D. Friedman, J. Jendrzejewski, M. Pribyl, D. Ovaska. Vocal Music Department The Luther L. Wright High School Choir, under the able direction of Mr. Quistorff, has had a very successful year. Among their accomplishments was the performance of the musical "Guys and Dolls". The community also enjoyed the choir's Christmas and Easter concerts. The students successfully competed in the Wisconsin Music Festival held in Ashland. 71 Mr. QuistorffROW 1: S. Mukavitz, C. Peterson, M. Hallberg, K. Nelson, M. Jarvi, D. Ludlow, A. Backman, P. Kageorge, A. Pachmayer. ROW 2: C. Dahlbacka, K. Hendrickson, S. Spencer, G. Penrose. C. Haapala, J. Bashara, D. Ovaska, R. Paavola, P. Kennedy, C. Held, G. Nurmi, S. Mitchell, M. Clemens, M. Walkonen. ROW 3: J. Impola, B. Denocenti, G. Erickson, C. Olson, J. Johnson, S. Peterson, M. Molaski, H. Warpula, L. Kivi, M. Koski, L. Liim-akka, A. Asunto, B. Koski, B. Randall, V. Maki. Luther L. Wright 72ROW 4- M. VanLockeran, J. Fredericks™. G. Swanbeck. G. Wahlberg. M. Vizanko R. Immich. J. Olson Thomas. C- Siira. K. Kivi. D. Pelto. B. Ahnger. J. Larson. D. Swanbeck. K. Lewinski L'J f"’ ; I C Andrews D. Olson. T. Bidgood, M. Kauppi. STANDING: J. Consie. R. Lintonen, M. Moore. J. Lahti. B. Kent, B. Bashara. J. Josephson. S. Marczak. C. Larson. M. Peterson. L. Wilson. MR. WIELE. Director. H.S. BandMaureen Peterson, Marlene Clemens, Lana Wilson, Sara Spencer Camera Club Pep Club The poster committee pictured here has kept the halls alive with posters boosting our school spirit. ROW 1: MR. MATTSON, J. Larson, S. Raymond, S. Leinon, G. Johnson. ROW 2: G. Lucas J. Im-pola, G. Nurmi, M. Miller, G. Wingfield, ROW 3: L. Rovelski, J. Frederickson, N Lindberg, D. He lander. L to R- KNEELING, M. Jarvi, L. Albert, M. Hallberg, M. Rintala, M. Miller, STANDING, M. Olson, D. Jerik, K. Nelson, A, Backman, B. Randall, D. Cricks, MR. MELCHIORI.G.A.A. The Girls' Athletic Association is the largest and most popular organization for girls in our school. During the year girls participated in basketball, speedball, volleyball, badminton, bowling, and table tennis. This year the GAA sponsored four Sports Nights in which the boys and girls participated. Mrs. Palmer is the advisor. The officers are: President, Mary Ann Broskovetz; Vice President, Diane Cricks; Secretary, Christine Kravetz; Treasurer, Laura Liimakka; Point Secretary, Pat Arasim. L. to R.: P. Arasim, D. Cricks, M. Broskevetz, C. Red Peppers Kravetz, L. Liimakka. ROW 1: L. Wright, M. Jarvi, Treas., M. Colasacco, Sec., L. Albert, V.-Pres., L. Liimakka, Pres., P. Arasim, Pub. Chairman, V. Maki, Att. Officer. L. Wilson, ROW 2: G. Schmitt, S. Pajula, S. Sell, J. Roberts, M. Shea, R. LaBlonde, A. Pachmayer, M. Fisher, P. Shouldice, ROW 3: C. Lutwitzi, C. Kichak, K. Hendrickson, V. Kurta, C. Goodwin, B. Randall, B. Williams, L. Kivi, M. Hallberg, MRS. DOMIN, ROW 4: M. Clemens, M. Miller, R. Thompson, T. Danowski, A. Backman, G. Shouldice, M. Ginolfi, B. Koski. M. Koski, ROW 5: T. Hampston, K. Carlson, M. Rintala, S. Armata, B. Johnson, G. Zambrovitz, P. Tampio, A. Asunto, D. Gustafson, P. Ostrom, B. Trojahn, ROW 6: J. Swanson, K. Brody, C. Kravetz, M. Peterson, C. Peterson, K. Nelson, G. Penrose, K. Lew inski. 75ROW 1: L. Vlasich, T. Niksich, B. Finco, E. Tafelski, R. Longhini, D. Anderson, M. Czerneski, L. Sievela. ROW 2: T. Carli, M. Murto, J. Krznarich, J. Grandahl, A. Pertile, T. Bidgood, D. Mattson, G. Kangas, G. Lucas. ROW 3: D. Morey, W. Larson, B. Gothblad, J. Willson, J. Currier, R. Minkin, D. Berg, R. Willson, D. McRae. ROW 4: A. Trudgeon, S. Slining, F. Lahtinen, D. Koivisto, T. Eckstrom, L. Belmas, J. Spetz. ROW 5: MR. FARRELL, MR. MELCHIORI, MR. KRZNARICH. “I” Club N.A.S.S. ROW 1: L. Sievela, B. Finco, J. Grandahl, A. Pertile, E. Tafelski, G. Kangas, MR. KRZNARICH, Advisor. ROW 2: T. Carli, M. Murto, J. Krznarich, D. Mattson, L. Vlasich, T. Niksich, R. Longhini, F. Lahtinen. ROW 3: A. Trudgeon, J. Willson, R. Gothblad, S. Slining, J. Currier, D. Koivisto, D. McRae. ROW 4: R. Minkin, D. Anderson, T. Bidgood, G. Lucas, D. Morey, T. Eckstrom, L. Belmas.ROW 1: S. Kalla, S. Stahovic, S. Thomas, Sec.; B. Bianchi, V. Pres.; M. Erickson, Treas.; M. Colasacco, Pres. ROW 2: J. Pumula, M. Bodoh, M. Broskovetz, E. Pelto, A. Bennetts, M. Stenstrom. ROW 3: J. Pumula, M. Christenson, M. Clemens, M. Miller, J. Priante, V. Hewitt, M. Bertini, N. MacDonald, C. DalPra. ROW 4: MR. PASSINT, Advisor, B. Skoviera, D. Pelto, F. Sokolowski, B. Jobe, K. Ceccon, G. Shouldice. ROW 5: R. Salo, C. Andrews, M. Hagelin, J. Osterman, L. Paavola, G. Nurmi, C. Jindrich. ABS. P. Negrini, J. Aho. Inter-Com Club Chess Club ROW 1: MR. PASSINT, Advisor, C. Andrews, Pres.; P. Kennedy, V. Pres.; G. Kangas, Treas.; S. Spencer, Sec.; L. Wilson, S. Mukavitz, B. Williams, T. Bidgood. ROW 2: E. Korpela, D. Swanbeck, S. Reini, S. Leinon, R. Held, J. Swanson, R. LaBlonde, T. Hampston, C. Olson, D. Pelto, M. Kauppi. ROW 3: M. Shaw-bitz, B. Bashara, J. Impola, G. Nurmi, D. Oman, M. Hallberg, M. Ginolfi, G. Swanbeck, M. Jindrich, M. Miller. ROW 4: S. Raymond, J. Currier, D. Ovaska, K. Lewinski, G. Penrose, K. Talaska, D. Berlin, R. Slade, E. Erickson, W. Martell. ROW 5: C. Drake, L. Fafford, P. Volley, D. Helander.Library Clerk Frances Talaska Trampolene Club L. to R., F. Alieva, S. Marczak, J. Johnson, MR. KENNEDY, Instructor, R. Niemi, B. Skoviera, M. Ludlow, J. Hill, J. Kusz, J. Toth. 78ACTIVITIESMedieval Elegance 80Paul Carlson, King Ed Tafelski, Queen Jenny Willing, Judy Kivi. 1965 Prom Coronation King Ed and Queen Jenny reigned as modern-day Lancelot and Guinivere. A large center chandelier, a moonlit terrace, rock garden, fountain and a regal throne draped in ruby red gave our gym an atmosphere of a castle ballroom. The evening of medieval elegance will long be remembered by all who attended. 81”Ah gee, Nathan” Agatha "Guys and Dolls" Cast Nicely Nicely Johnson Benny Southstreet Rusty Sara Arvida Harry the Horse Brannigan Nathan Detroit Angie Adelaide Sky Masterson Joey Biltmore Mimi General Cartrite Big Jule Man on the Street Waiter of Leading Roles. John Erickson Rick Paavola Charles Kolesar Pat Arasim Margie Rigoni Bruce Austin Luke Pegoraro Charles Held Paul Lonsway Roberta Bolich Ken Talaska Charles Gallo Chris Kolesar Kathy Lewinski Delbert McKnight Harvey Hulstrom David Shouldice Diane Meyer "Dis is a church meetin', boys." Oh, if he only knew------- and Dolls” 82 Fred Astaire? What seems to be the trouble?L. to R. , MR. PINSKI, Advisor, D. McKnight, R. Bolich, B. Trojahn, R. Slade. Absent, C. Held. ’66 Senior Class Play Committee Ten Little Indians In order to achieve the utmost function of the theatre, which is to please, to entertain, to stimulate the audience's interest, and to make the audiences' evening worthwhile, the Senior Class presented Ten Little Indians by Agatha Christie. The play was a fantastic, suspenseful mystery, which centered around ten little Indian statuettes placed on a mantel piece. Embossed on the base of each statuette was a rhyme telling how the Indian met his death. One night, while a party was in full swing at the house, each statuette toppled from the mantel and broke. As each statuette broke, a guest choked to death from poison in his drink. In the end, only one Indian and one guest escaped untimely death. 83The King, Queen, and Court L. to R.: Jack Grandahl, Bonnie Trojahn, Jenny Willing, Ed Tafelski, Myra Colasacco, Tom Niksich, Roberta Johnson, Louis Vlasich, Maureen Peterson, Art Pertile. Homecoming Queen Myra and King Tom The 1965 Ironwood homecoming, held October 16„ was a complete success! With the enthusiastic support of the fans, the Red Devils played an outstanding game in defeating Menominee 33-7. Preceding the game, the traditional parade of floats through the main street of Ironwood displayed the imagination and hard work of the student body. King Tom Niksich and Queen Myra Colasacco were crowned before the game, and reigned over the dance which followed. The gayly decorated gym provided a pleasant atmosphere for the ending of a perfect evening. 84The Winner 1 $ 1 J ' 4 Other Queens Homecoming Royalty SnapsSummer Band PAT SHOULDICE Homemaker of Tomorrow Snaps New Dresses 86 Homemaking Chemistry ConcentrationATHLETICSROW 1: G. Kangas, B. Finco, A. Penile, T. Nicksich, E. Tafelski, M. Czerneski, J. Krznarich, M. Murto. J. Grandahl, T. Carli, L. Sievila, G. Lucas, D. Anderson, D. Mattson, ROW 2: A. Trudgeon, B. Larson, F. Lahtinen, J. Currier, M. Swanson, L. Belmas, R. Minkin, J. Willson, D. Saari, T. Eck-strom, G. Hill, D. Morey, T. Bidgood, B. Longhini, ROW 3: J. Winkowski, J. Olson, B. Gothblad, S. Slining, D. Koivisto, E. Maki, J. Spetz, B. Jones, D. Berg, B. Ceccon, M. Winkowski, M. Albert, L. Trevarthen, ROW 4: MR. FARRELL. MR. PALMER, MR. MELCHIORI, MR. KRZNARICH. Varsity Football VARSITY GAME SCORES INDIVIDUAL SCORERS Ironwood 18 Wakefield 12 S. Slining 49 Ironwood 12 Iron Mountain 6 E. Tafelski 32 Ironwood 6 Superior East 0 G. Kangas 30 Ironwood 49 Hurley 0 J. Currier 18 Ironwood 13 Calumet 0 M. Murto 18 Ironwood 34 Bessemer 6 Ironwood 33 Menominee 7 Ironwood 26 Ashland 0 88ROW 1: L. to R.; L. Paavola, J. Koski, M. Shea, P. Lonsway, M. Carlson, T. McRae, M. Slivensky, B. Peterson. ROW 2: J. Moon, C. Kolesar, T. Brody, L. Niemi, J. Stonemark, M. Randall, L. Erickson. ROW 3: M. Palmgren, J. Hill, J. Sopko, J. Miklesh, T. Pumula, A. Negrini. ROW 4: E. Niemi, S. Parrish, R. Sanders, J. Johnson, H. Hulstrom. Junior Varsity Football Team Varsity Coach’s Statement From "Bottom to Top” is the phrase that best describes the Ironwood Red Devil Football Team of 1965. From a lack-luster record of 3-5 in 1964 to a resounding 8-0 in 1965 is a record of which the class of '66 can be very proud. No team worked harder, practiced harder, played harder, trained better, or had more fun than this team. It was a great thrill for me to be associated with this team. Red Devil fans will always remember the 1965 football team as the team of "hustle and spirit." Wayne F. Melchiori Ed's or Gang M-W Conference - First Place 89"Jon" Senior Varsity Beet "Loren Mike" "Mertz" Most Valuable Player Nick” "Jack" "Tuffy" Football "Hair 90Matti Carlos’ ’’Turns" "Wire" Most Valuable Player 91L. to R., ROW 1; T. Carli, A. Pertile, G. Kangas, L. Vlasich, M. Murto, B. Finco. ROW 2; D. Koivisto, S. Slining, D. Morey, L. Belmas, L. Fafford, COACH FARRELL. Ironwood GAME SCORES IHS 50 Iron River 42 IHS 60 Ashland 53 IHS 90 Hurley 42 IHS 50 Wakefield 46 IHS 86 Maple 39 IHS 86 Bessemer 32 IHS 58 Superior East 53 IHS 78 Hancock 60 IHS 73 Calumet 50 IHS 51 Ashland 49 IHS 88 Hurley 56 IHS 55 Wakefield 52 IHS 58 Maple 60 IHS 61 Bessemer 51 IHS 62 Ishpeming 49 IHS 44 Superior East 47 IHS 97 Lakeland 58 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT IHS 110 Iron Mountain 47 IHS 64 Iron River £ 7 92 Red Devils Managers Dennis Helander and Terry Erickson REGULAR SEASON SCORING Kangas Pertile Carli Finco Vlasich Murto Slining Koivisto Trudgeon Fafford Belmas Morey 271 183 158 140 128 123 51 25 22 18 14 12 1145 M-W CONFERENCE FIRST PLACE (Tie)Art Tom Ben Senior Marty Louie B” Team 1965 -66 RECORD IHS 60 Ashland 50 IHS 59 Hurley 33 IHS 40 Wakefield 50 IHS 54 Northwestern 53 IHS 37 Bessemer 38 IHS 48 Superior 49 IHS 54 Ashland 46 IHS 49 Hurley 41 IHS 46 Wakefield 50 IHS 50 Bessemer 43 IHS 69 Northwestern 61 IHS 54 Bessemer 36 IHS 47 St. Ambrose 49 IHS 29 Superior 52 IHS 80 Lakeland 61 12 ROW 1; M. Randall, T. McRae, B. Maki, T. Brody, T. McGrath, B. Peterson, P. Syrjala. ROW 2; COACH DOMAN, J. Brottlund, W. Waitanek, J, Stonemark, C. Kolesar, S. Belcher, S. Dudra, B. Ahn-ger, C. Palmquist, manager. FRESHMAN SCORES IHS 42 Roosevelt 14 IHS 22 Bessemer 33 IHS 27 Hurley 25 IHS 60 Roosevelt 24 IHS 51 Ramsey 16 IHS 35 Hurley 23 IHS 39 Wakefield 18 IHS 69 Ramsey 22 IHS 33 Ashland 23 IHS 36 Wakefield 26 Freshman Basketball Team ROW 1: L. toR.; M. Krznarich, R. Bastman, D. Carli, A. Negrini, M. Shea, J. Koski, P. Lons-way, J. Miklesh. ROW 2: COACH KRZNARICH, H. Hulstrom, L. Paavola, R. Ruby. A. Kanipes, E. Niemi, J. McGrath. 94Luanne Marsha MaurineL. to R., K. Elsemore, M. Cossi, P. Gustafson, L. Eckstrom, M. Olson, B. Randall, B-Team Cheerleaders Freshman Cheerleaders L. to R,, L. Murto, L. McDonald, B. Siskonen, C. HeikkilaL. to R. , MR. PETERSON, Instructor, S. Mukavitz, J. Olson, J. Priante, M. Carlson, J. Olson, M. Ludlow, M. Albert, D. Berlin, C. English, P. Gustafson, K. Carlson, S. Peterson. Dan Berlin First in downhill and slalom in M-W Meet. Ski Devils RECORD 1965-66 M-W Conference------------------------------2nd Blue Key Meet-------------------------------2nd Northern Ski League-------------------------1st U. P. Regional Ski Championship------------1st Dan Berlin, captain of the team, qualified as a member of the National Junior Team Central Division. A first for an Ironwood skier. 97 U. P. Ski MeetL. to R.; J. Solin, T. Bidgood, L. Ttemain, M. Kauppi, D. Albert, J. Lahti, Absent; W. Olson, P. Albert, M. Albert, J. Stonemark. Tennis ’65 M-W Tennis Meet Wakefield.........................21 points Ironwood..........................19 points Ashland 18 points Track ’66 ROW 1: L. to R.; R. Semo, L. Vlasich, R. Salo, J. Grandahl, J. Krznarich, M. Czerneski, R. Longhini, E. Tafelski. ROW 2: D. Ungdon, L. Tibaldo, D. Holgers, B, Jackson, J. Currier, S. Slining, M. Sliven-ski, ROW 3: J. Moon, C. Kolesar, T. Brody, M. Shea, L. Pegoraro, G. Johnson, T. Carli, M. Murto. ROW 4: M. Palmgren, B. Peterson, S. Fisher, J. Martinson, W. Davis, COACH MELCHIORI.Track ’65 RECORD Bessemer Regional-----------------------------2nd place M-W Meet......................................1st place Wakefield Invitational------------------------1st place TEAM MEMBERS S. Slining, J. Kravetz, D. Holst, J. Currier, T. Tezak, L. Vlasich, F. Verbos, M. Czerneski, E. Tafelski, M. Drazkowski, M. Murto, J. Krznarich, T. Brody, J. Grandahl, D. Pryor, P. Syrjala, J. King, S. Dudra, W. Davis, D. Holgers, J. Hendrickson, J. Spetz, L. Sievala, R. Salo, D. Morey, B. Jones, L. Tibaldo, M. Palm-gren, C. Kolesar, G. Ryskewecz, E. Verhelst, R. Sanders, J. Rundquist, W. Behrendt, K. Friedly, D. Begalle, B. Finco, T. Carli, F. Lintonen, D. Liljestrom. Baseball ’65 RECORD Wins Losses Ironwood 8 0 Bessemer 4 4 Bergland 3 5 Hurley 3 5 White Pine 2 TEAM MEMBERS 6 R. Miklesh, F. Verbos, B. McDonald, J, Kravetz, R. Willson, P. Carlson, A. Pertile, E. Tafelski, D. McRae, D. Koivisto, J. Willson, T. Erickson, E. Koslovich, F. Lahtinen, R. Sanders, G. Delimba. 99Dennis Saari 100 Chin up Cartoons on Mr. Mattson’s projectorROTCR.O.T.C. Battalion “A” Company FRONT: F. Pachmayer, D. Wicklund, E. Haaro. ROW 1: M. Fregerio, R. Salo, D. Tervo. G. Kusz. ROW 2: P. Niemi, P. Kleimola, C. Drake, J. Pisco,. ROW 3: W. Trevarthen, G. Perttula, A. Alexandroni, D. Tampio, ROW 4: D. Alexandroni, E. Armata, R. Hulstrom, R. Minkin, ROW 5: W. Hellen, R. LaCost, D. Smith, R. Rouse, ROW 6: T.-Parent, N. Lindberg, J. Larson, L. Kinnunen. ABS. R. Stone, M. Hotchkiss. 102 FRONT: D. McKnight, E. Verhelst, J. Siirila, T. Gutt. ROW 1; C. Gallo. B. Larson, R. Lintonen. C. Hagelin, J. Aho, E. Giannunzio, S. Belcher, ROW 2: C. Carpenter, M. Winkowski, B. Hakala, D. Lang-don, L. Bahun, W. Kent, ROW 3: S. Slining, R, LaCost, W. Allen, T. Asunto L, Ruby. P, Kennedy. ROW 4: C, Magdziak, F. Friedman, L. Berg, D. Anderson, D. Pelkola, J, Ruditis. B” Comapny FRONT: R. Slade, J. Olson, S. Fisher, J. Levijoki, ROW 1: J. Erickson, P. Niemi, D. Ruppe, D. Ringwall, J. Osterman, J. Moon, ROW 2: J. Lahti, R. Edyvean, R. Kirkley, M. Slivensky, J. Oie. ROW 3: D. Berg, R. Gallo, J. Huotari, L. Haaro, G. Kozens, L. Kangas, ROW 4: S. Sargent, J. Vukovic, C. Carpenter, B. Vuorenmaa, T. Oja, L. Erickson. “C” CompanyL. to R. , ROW 1: J. Currier, T. Salo, K. Czerneski, N. Pawlak, ROW 2: M. Stutz, S. Fabbri, K. Lind-berg. Girl’s Rifle Team Boy’s Rifle Team 104 STANDING, J. Olson, ROW 1: S. Fisher, J. Erickson, R. Hulstrom, J. Oie. ROW 2: W. Kent, C. Magdziak, D. Tampio, R. Minkin, J. Winkowski, ROW 3: M. Winkowski, R. Kirkley, P. Niemi. T. Asunto, D. Berg.R. Minkin, D. Tampio, R. Kirkley, D. Smith. R.O.T.C. Drill Team ROW 1: L to R., C. Magdziak, J. Olson, E. Verhelst, F. Pachmayer., ROW 2: R. Salo, S. Fisher, J. Erickson, ROW 3: J. Osterman, J. Oie, J. Siirila.Senior Activities GERRY ALEXANDRONI DIANE ALLEN - Band 2,3. PATRICLA ALONEN - Pep Club 3. CHRISTINE ANDERSON - Pep Club 3.4; G. A. A. 1, 2; Choir 4. DENNIS ANDERSON - Football 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; H. R. V. Pres. 4; Class V. Pres. 1; Intramural 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 1; Choir 1; I Club 4. RUSSELL ANDERSON - Basketball 1,2,3; Intramural 1,4; H. R. Pres. 1; H. R. V. Pres. 3; VIRGINIA ANDERSON - H. R. Sec. 2; H. R. Treas. 3,4: FTA 3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; G. A. A. 1. CHARLES ANDREWS - Band 1,3, V. Pres. 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Chess Club Pres. 4; N. H. S. Pres. 3,4; Wright Times 3, Sports Ed. 4; Intercom Club Sec. 3.4; H. R. Treas. 3; H. R. V. Pres. 4. PATRICE ARASIM - Cheerleading 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4; Red Peppers 4; Hematite 3,4; Forensics 3; French Club 1, 2; F. T. A. 1; YFBI Sec. 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4; Ski Club 3. SUSAN ARMATA - Pep Club 2; F. T. A. 3,4; Red Peppers 4. AUDREY ASUNTO - Wright Times 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Red Peppers 4; Band 2, 3, 4: H. R. Treas. 2. BRUCE AUSTIN - Intramural 4; Choir 3,4; Pep Club 3. DALE BASSO DENNIS BEGALLE - Track 3; Pep Club 3. BONITA BEHRENDT -F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4. DIANE BEHRENDT GILBERT BERGQUIST DAN BERLIN - Ski Team 1,4; Hematite 4; I Club 4; H. R. V. Pres. 1,4; H. R. Pres. 2,3; Ski Club 1.2,3; Pep Club 3. BARBARA BERTINI - F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 1; Hematite 4. THOMAS BIDGOOD - Wright Times 4; Student Council 1,4; Class Pres. 1; H. R. Pres. 1,3; Pep Club 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; I Club 4; Band 1, 2, 3,4; Football 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 1,2, 3,4. DAVID BJORK VERNER BLOMBERG - Wright Times 4; Hematite 4; R. O. T.C. Drill Team 3,4; Intramural Basketball 2, 3.4; ROBERTA BOLICH - Wright Times 1,2, 3, 4; Forensics 1, 2, 3; Class Treas. 1, 3; Sec. 2,4; H. R. Treas. 2; Sec. 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; F. T. A. 2; French Club 1.2; Choir 1,2, 3. 4; F.H.A. 1; Ski Club 2,3; Cheerleader 1,2. GORDON BORAWSKI RENE BRASPENICK KATHLEEN BRODY - F.H.A. 1; F.T.A. 3.4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Ski Club 2; Choir 1,2, 3, 4; Red Peppers 4; G.A.A. 1,2; MARY ANN BROSKOVETZ - Student Council 1; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4, Pres, of G.A.A. H. R. Treas. 2; Camera Club 2; Y.F. B. I. 1,2; F.T.A. 3; Pep Club 3; Hematite 3, Co-Editor 4; Intercom 4; N. H.S. 3, 4 V. Pres. BRUCE BUCKOVETZ - Baseball 2; Football 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; I Club 2. TOM CARLI - Football 1,2,4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; I Club 3, 4; Intramural 1; N. A. S. S. DAVID CARLSON - PAUL CARLSON - Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 2,3; Intramural 3,4. COLIN CARPENTER - Color Guard 3.4; Rifle Team 3,4; Drill Team 3,4; Intramural Basketball 3,4. MARIAN CHRISTENSEN MARLENE CLEMENS - Intercom 2,3,4; F. H. A. 1; Majorette 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1,2,4; French Club 1,2, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3.4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Red Peppers 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3. MYRA JANE COLASACCO - Intercom (Pres.) 3, 4; Debate 3: Forensics 3; French Club 3, (Pres.) 4; Pep Club 3,4; Red Peppers Sec. 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Hematite Bus. Manager 4. MICHAEL CZERNESKI PRISCILLA CZYKOSKI - Y. F. B. I. 1. 2, 3; French Club 1, 2; Pep Club 3,4; Hematite 4: Girls Rifle Team 3. WALLY VAN DAVIS - Football 1; Track 2,3; Intramural 2, 3, 4. MARLYS EDWARDS - H. R. Sec. 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 1;. Choir 1,4; Wright Times 1,2; Student Council 2; Hematite 4; Red Peppers 4. BOB EDYVEAN GARY ENGSTROM ELDEN ERICKSON - Rifle Team 3; Intramural 3; Chess Club 4. JAN ERICKSON - R. O.T.C. Drill Team 3.4; Rifle Team 2,3,4; Firing Squad 3,4; MARY ERICKSON - F. H. A. 4; Intercom Club Treas. 4. BEN FINCO - Football 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; I Club 3,4; Pep Club 3; Class Vice Pres. 3; H. R. Pres. 1,2,4; N. A.S.S. 3,4. STEVE FISHER - Rifle Team 2,3,4; Drill Team 4; Color Guard 3; Track 4. PAUL FORSLUND - Wright Times 4. MARTY FREGERIO MICHAEL GENTILE - Intramural 3. MARY EILEEN GERTZ Wright Times 3,4; Pep Club 3,4. JACK GRANDAHL - Basketball 2,3; Football 2,3,4; Track 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3. 4. DEBORAH GUSTAFSON - H. R. V. Pres. 2; Treas. 3, 4; Student Council 3,4; Ski Club 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Red Peppers 4. 106Senior Activities PAT GUTT - G. A. A. 1; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; Intercom 3; Pep Club 4. DANIEL HAANPAA CAROL HAAPALA - Pep Club 2,4; Hematite 4; French Club 2, 3,4; Band 2, 3, 4 (Sec.). DONNA MARIE HAAPALA - Pep Club 3. JAY HAGELIN - Band 4; Pep Club 3,4. RODERICK HANNU - Drill Team 3. DENNIS HELANDER - Basketball Manager 1,2, 3,4; Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 4; Electronics Club 3. CHARLES P. HELD - Band 1,2, 3, 4; Musicals 1, 2, 3, 4; Forensics 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Wright Times 1, 2. Hematite 4; Tennis 1; Debate 1,2, 3, 4. JEFF HENDRICKSON - Track 3; Intramural 2,3,4. KATHEY HENDRICKSON - Red Peppers 4; G. A. A. 4; F. T. A. 3; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Hematite 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; F. H. A. 1. JUNE HILL - G. A. A. 1. DENNIS HOLGERS - Track Team 3. MELINDA LEE JACQUART - F. H. A. 4. MARK JINDRICH - Chess Club 4. BETSY JOHNSON ROBERTA JOHNSON - Cheerleader 1; Band 1.2. 3, 4; Homecoming Court 4; H. R. V. Pres. 1,2; Class Vice Pres. 2; Dance Band 4; H. R. Sec. 3; G. A- A. 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 2; Red Peppers 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4; Hematite 3,4; Choir 4; F. T.A. 1,2, 3, 4. GUY KANGAS - Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; I Club 2, 3,4; Chess Club 4; Pep Club 2, 3,4; H. R. V. Pres. 3. KEN KAUPPI - Rifle Team 2,3. MYRON KAUPPI - Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Chess Club 4; Hematite 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1. PATRICK KENNEDY - Chess Club V. Pres. 4. RONALD KERANEN CAROL KICHAK -G.A.A. 1.2, 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Red Peppers 4. KATHLEEN KIVI - Pep Club 2,3; Band 2, 3,4; Dance Band 4; Hematite 4. FORREST KIVISTO - Pep Club 2,3,4; Baseball 3. ALLAN KLEIMOLA CHRISTINE KRA VETZ - Class Treas. 2, 3; H. R. Treas. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3, Sec. 4. Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F. T.A. 3, Pres. 4; Red Peppers 4; Choir 1,3,4; Cheerleading 3. JON KRZNARICH - Wright Times Business Manager 4; H. R. Pres. 1, 2, 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; I Club 2. 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3,4; Basketball 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1; Intramural Basketball 4; N. A.S. S. 2,3,4. DENNIS KUJANSON CAROLE KURPEWSKI - G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; F. T.A. 4; Hematite 4; H. R. Sec. 2. VALERIE KURT A - G.A.A. 1,2,4; F. T. A. 3,4; Red Peppers 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4; Hematite 4. GARY KUSZ - Pep Club 2,3,4. JOHN LAAKONEN - Football 1,2. LARRY LA PA CHIN CHERYL LARSON - H. R. Sec. 2,4: G.A.A. 1.2,3, 4; Latin Club 1,2; Band 1,2, 3, 4; F. H. A. 1; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; F. T. A. 1. MARCIA LARSON - Pep Club 2,3,4; Wright Times 4. JOYCE LAWVER - F. H. A. 2. 3; Pep Club 4. MILTON LEHTO DAVID LEVIJOKI - Band 2. LAURA LIIMAKKA - Band 2,3.4; G.A.A. 2,3, Treas. 4: Red Peppers Pres. 4; F. H. A. 2; N. H. S. 3, 4; Hematite 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Cheerleader 3. CHARLES LINDBERG RICHARD LIVINGSTON ROBERT LONGHINI - Football 4: Basketball 2, 3: Track 2,3,4: I Club 4. GEORGE LUCAS - H. R. V. Pres. 4; Pep Club 3,4; I Club 4; Football 3,4; Track 4; Intramural 3,4. CONNIE LUTWITZI - Pep Club 2. 3. 4; Red Peppers 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Band 2; Choir 4; Hematite 4. CHARLES MAGDZIAK - Rifle Team 3,4; Drill Team 4. VIVIAN MAKI - Pep Club 2,3,4; Red Peppers 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; F. H. A. 2; Band 2.3.4; Hematite 4; H. R. Treas 3. WILLIAM MARTELL - Electronics Club 3; Chess Club 4. JERRY MARTINSON - H. R. V. Pres. 2; R. O.T.C. Drill Team 3,4; Color Guard 2,3; Track 4; Intramural 2,3, 4. BETH MATTSON - H. R. Treas. 1; F. H. A. 1.2. 3, 4; Pep Club 2,4; Latin Club 1. DON MATTSON - Basketball 2; Football 3,4; H. R. V. -Pres. 2,3; I Club 4; Intramural 4. DELBERT MCKNIGHT - Debate 4; Class V. Pres. 4; R. O. T. C. Drill Team 3; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 2,3; Pep Club 3: Choir 3,4. DAVE MCRAE - Basketball 1; Baseball 3; Track 3. MARGARET MICHELA - Wright Times 1,2,3, Feature Editor 4; H.R. Treasurer 2; G.A.A. 1,2: Pep Club 1,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; French Club 1,2; Choir 2, 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2. MAURINE MILLER - Wright Times 1,2,3, Exchange Editor 4; H. R. V. -Pres. 1; Sec. 3,4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4; Intercom 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Red Peppers 4: Ski Club 2,3; Cheerleader 1, 2,4; Musicals 3,4; G.A.A. 1. MARY MARGARET MOORE - Wright Times 3,4: Debate 2, 3,4; Pep Club 4; Intercom 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4. KAREN MARIE MOREY - Pep Club 2. 107Senior Activities MARTIN MURTO - Football 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; I Club 2, 3, 4; N. A. S. S. 2, 3, 4; Intramural 1. JERRY NANTELL - Pep Club 2,3,4. JUDY NEGRINI - Class Treasurer 1; Girls Glee Club 1; Library Staff 1; Choir 2,3,4; H. R. Sec. 3; Intercom Club 3. KAREN NELSON - Wright Times 1,2,3, News Editor 4; G. A. A. 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3, Treas. 4; F. T. A. 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Red Peppers 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1,2; N. H. S. 3, Treas. 4. RONALD NIEMI TOM NIKSICH - H. R. Pres. 2, 3,4; Pep Club 4; I Club 4; Football 2,3,4. ROD NOLCOX - Basketball 1, 2; Football 1; H. R. V. Pres. 2, 3; Intramural 1. JOHN OIE - R. O.T.C. Rifle Team 2,3,4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 2, 3. DENNIS C. OJA JERRY OLDS - G. A. A. 1; French Club 1. DONALD OLSON - Band 2,3,4; Pep Club 3. JOHN OLSON - R. O.T.C. Color Guard 2,3; Drill Team 2,3; Rifle Team 2,3,4; LEE ANN OLSON - Wright Times 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Red Peppers 4; F. H. A. 1,2. PAULA OSTROM - Wright Times 3,4; F. T. A. Treas. 3; G. A. A. 2,3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Red Peppers 4; Choir 4. RICK PAAVOLA - Latin Club 1; Debate 1; Camera Club 1, Pres. 2; Class Pres. 2; H. R. Pres. 2,4; V. Pres. 3; Choir Pres. 4; Hematite 4; Musical 2,3,4. FRANK PACHMAYER - Rffle Team 2; Drill Team 3, 4; SUSAN PAJULA - G. A. A. 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; Red Peppers 4; F. H. A. 1; Y. F. B. I. 1, 2. DONALD PELTO - Latin Club 1; Chess Club 4; Wright Times 2, 3, Sports Editor 4; Band 1, 2, 3,4; Intercom Club 3,4; N. H. S. 3, 4. ELAINE PELTO - F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intercom Club 3, 4; Choir 1; Pep Club 2, 3. ART PERTILE - Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Football 2,4; Latin Club 1; Pep Club 2, 3,4; I Club 3, 4; H. R. Pres. 3; N. A.S.S. CAROL PETERSON - Wright Times 1,2,3, Feature Editor 4; V. Pres, of H. R. 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; F. T. A. 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Red Peppers 4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Student Council. GREGG PETERSON - Choir 1; MAUREEN PETERSON - Wright Times Editor 4; 1, 2, 3; H. R. Sec. 2; G.A.A. 1,2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4; F. T.A. 2; French Club 1,2,3, 4; Red Peppers 4; Band 1, 2, 3,4; Ski Club 2, 3; Majorette 1, 2, 3,4; Homecoming Court; Musical 3,4; Dance Band 2. ROBERT PIASECKI - Rifle Team 2,3,4. JOHN PIETROCATELLI JOSEPH RANTA BILL REYNOLDS - Choir 3,4; Musical 2. COREEN RIGONI - Pep Club 3,4. MARY ROKSER - Wright Times News Editor 4; G. A. A. 1, 2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3,4. JOELLYN ROSA - Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; F. T.A. 4; G.A.A. 1,3; Hematite 4. JACK ROUSE SHARON RUONA - Pep Club 3; Wright Times 4. MARK RUOTSALA DAN SAARI - Football 4. DENNIS SAARI SUSAN SAARI - Choir 1. RUSS SALO - R. O.T.C. Drill Team 3,4; Latin Club 1; Track 3, 4. BERNARD SANTINI - Latin Club 1. 2; Choir 1. SAM SARGENT - Band 1,2,3; Intramural 1,2; Pep Club 2,3,4. GLORIA JEAN SCHMITT - Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F.T. A. 1,2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2; Latin Club 1, 2; Choir 1; H. R. Treas. 4; Red Peppers 4; Hematite Organization Editor 4. RICK SEMO - Track 4. KEN SEYMOUR - Latin Club 1; Pep Club 2,3,4. PATRICIA SHOULDICE - G. A. A. 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; Ski Club 2, 3; F. T. A. 3, 4; Hematite 4; Musical 4. LOREN SIEVILA - Basketball 1, 2; Football 4; H. R. Pres 4; Intramural 3,4. CAROLE JEAN SURA - Band 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2,3, 4; Y. F. B. I. 1,4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; German Band 2; Dance Band 2. JIM SIIRILA - R. O.T.C. Drill Team 3,4; VIRGINIA SIIRILA MICHAEL PAUL SKOVIERA RUSSELL G. SLADE - Class Pres. 4; H. R. Pres. 3; N. H. S. 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 4; Student Council Pres. 3,4; Hematite Co-Editor 4; Debate 2, 3, 4; R. O. T. C. Color Guard 2, 3; Wright Times 2; Forensics 3; Y. F. B. I. 2, 3,4; Pep Club 3. MELINDA ANN SLOMA - F. H. A. 1,2, 3,4; Wright Times 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Pep Club 3; F. T. A. 1.2, 3,4; G.A.A. 1. ROBERT SOFFIETTE MARGE STRAND - F.T. A. 4; Pep Club 4. COLLEEN SWANBECK - Pep Club 3,4. ED TAFELSKI - Football 1,2, 3,4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 1. 2. 3; N. H. S. 3. 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Hematite Sports Editor 4; Class President 3; Prom King 3; Student Council 3; I Club 2,3,4; N. A.S.S. 2,3, 4; Homecoming Court 4. KENNETH TALASKA - Choir Sec. 3, V. Pres. 4; Musical 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Chess Club 4; Ski Club 2,3; Hematite 4; Football 1; Latin Club 1,2,3. 108Senior Activities PATRICIA ANN TAMPIO - Choir 1,2, 3. 4; G. A. A. 1,2, 3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Red Peppers 4; Pep Club 1, 2,3,4. SUSAN THOMAS - Band 1,2, 3,4; German Band 2; Dance Band 2; Pep Club 3; Y. F. B. I. 1; Intercom Club 3,4. RONA THOMPSON - Pep Club 2, 3, 4; F. T. A 3, 4; Red Peppers 4. LANNY TIBALDO - Basketball 1; Intramural 1,2,3, 4; Track 3,4; H. R. Pres. 3; Pep Club 2,3,4. ARVO TOOLANEN - Hematite 3, Typing Editor 4; Pep Club 4; N. H.S. 3,4. ROBERT TOTH - Electronics Club 3. BONNIE KAYE TROJAHN - G.A. A. 1,2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Ski Club 3; Red Peppers 4; Hematite 4; Band 1,2; H. R. Sec. 2; Homecoming Court 4; Class Sec. 4. GARY S. VERBOVANEC - Intramural 3. ED. VERHELST - R.O.T.C. Drill Team 2; Track 3; Intramural 4; Wright Times 4. KATHLEEN VIZANKO - Pep Club Sec. 2,4. LOUIS M. VLASICH - Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2. 3,4; I Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4. H. R. Pres 2; H. R. Treas. 4. PAUL VOLLEY - Pep Club 2, 3,4; Chess Club 4; Ski Club 2, 3; Hematite 4. WILLIAM WARRICK - Tennis 3; Pep Club 4. JUDY WASLEY - Pep Club 1; H. R. Sec. 1,2. DAVID WICKLUND - R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 3,4; Drill Team 3; GAIL WIENEN - G.A. A. 1,2; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Y. F. B. I. 1, 2, 3; Hematite Sec. Treas. 4. RON WILLIAMS JENNY WILLING - G.A. A. 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; F. H. A. 1; French Club 1; Y. F. B. L 1, 2. 3; Hematite 4; H. R. Sec. 2,3,4. JOANNE WILLS - Pep Club 3,4; Wright Times 4. RUSSELL WILLSON - Baseball 2,3; Latin Club 3,4; I Club 3,4; Intramural 1. DOUG WIRTA LINDA WRIGHT - Forensics 2; Red Peppers 4; Choir 1,2, 3,4; Ski Club 2, 3; G.A. A. 1; Hematite 4; Latin Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA GAIL ZAMBROVITZ - G.A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1; F. T. A. 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Red Peppers 4; Hematite 4; H. R. Treas. 1; H. R. Pres. 2. 109 Candid Camera!Theory . . . Scenes and practice Volley for serve The Draft? Try to stop this one, boys! Precision Demonstration I.H.S. On the go atIndex A Ahnger, B. 94,25,73,67 Aho, Janet - 31,70,77 Aho, Jerry 103,30 Aimone, G. — - 23 Albert, Dave 98 Albert, Diane - - - - - 17,65,69 Albert, L. - - 75, 68, 66,30,95,74 Albert, M. •88,29,97,98 Albert, P. - -24,67,98 Alexandroni, A. - 102,32 Alexandroni, D. - 102,23 ALEXANDRONI, G. 35 ALLEN, D. ■ 35 Allen, W. 103,29 Alieva, B. 31 Alieva, F. 17,78 Alonen, E. ■ 18,69 Alonen, J. 30 Anderson, Allan - 30 Anderson, Arlene - 25,69 ANDERSON, C. - ■ 35,70 Anderson, Darlene 24 Anderson, D. 14,29 ANDERSON, D. - 35,88,90.76 Anderson, Donald ■ 103,29 Anderson, G. - - - 68,67,28,30 Anderson, L. 24 Anderson, R 17 ANDERSON, R. - - 35 Anderson, S. 26,68 ANDERSON, V. - 35,68 ANDREWS, C. -35, 73 ,64,61,59,77 ARASIM, P. 36,75,70,62 ARMATA, S. - - ■ - - 36,75,68 Aspinwall, E. - - 14 Asplund, J. 68,32 ASUNTO, A. - - - - 36,75,68 Asunto, T. - 104,103,29 AUSTIN, B. • 36,70 B Backman, A. — -75 ,72,66,31,74 Bahun, K. Bahun, L. 103.23 Bailey, B. Baima, M. Barbera, L. Baross, Catherine 62,31 Baross, Cherine - Bashara, B. - - 73,30,77 Bashara, J. 72,29 BASSO, D. Bastman, R.-----------------94,18 Bednar, M. 58 BEGALLE, D. 36 BEHRENDT, B. • 36,69 BEHRENDT, D. 36 Behrendt, G. 23 Behrendt, P. 19 Behrendt, W. 32 Belcher, M.--------------------24,69 Belcher, S. — ■ 94,67 Belmas, L. - - - • - - 88,30,76,92 Bennett, A. — - 17,69,66,65,77 Bennet, B. 58 Bentzen, R. - - 32 Berg, C. 17,70,67 Berg, Darlene - 58 Berg, Dennis — 103,88,29,76,104 Berg, L. 103,31 BERGQUIST, G. 36 BERLIN, D. - - 37,63,77,97 BERTINI, B. - - 37,62 Bertini, M. - - 18,71.69,77 Bianchi, B. - - 69,31,77 BIDGOOD, T. - 37,88,73,65,60, 77,76,91,98 BJORK, D. • 37 B lorn berg, R, - 29 BLOMBERG, V. 37,65,63 Bloshenko, L. - 18,69,66 BODOH, M. - - Bolich, R. 70,32 BOLICH, R. - - 34,37,65,83 Boyer, D. Brackett, M. - 26,68 Braspenick, G. 25 BRASPENICK, R. 37 Brennan, M. - ■ 9,23 Brighenti, J. - ■ 9,69 BRODY, K................ 37,75,68 Brody, T. ------------ 94,23,98,89 BROSKOVETZ, M. -'38,75,62,59. 77 Brottlund, J.----------------94,25 Brown, R. 31 Brownell, B. 19 Brownell, J. 17 Brunell, C. ■ 24 Buckallew, G. 17 Buckallew, S. - - 24,69 BUCKOVETZ, B. 38 Buda, D. C Campbell, M. - - 66,31 Carli, D. - - - 94,18 CARLI, T.-38,88,76,91,93,92,98 CARLSON, D. - - 38 Carlson, D. 23 Carlson, K. - - 70,60,30,97 Carlson, M. - - 18,70,97,89 Carlson, P. 81 CARLSON, P. - - 38 Carlson, R. 26 Carpenter, C. — 103,25 CARPENTER, C. - 103,38 Ceccon, B. 88,29 Ceccon, K. - - 19,71,69,77 Champion, G. - - 23 Champion, K. - - 71,69 Choronzy, L. - - - 30 CHRISTENSEN, M. - 38,70,69,65, 77 Clemens, E. 17 Clemens, G. 25 CLEMENS, M. -- 38,75,72,68,66 63,77,74 Colasacco, E. — - - 6 Colasacco, M. - - - 24,70,69.65 COLASACCO, M. - - 38,84,75,66 63,77 Colasacco, R. — 18 Consie, J, 23,73 Corda, K. 68,29 Cossi, M.---------- 26,68,66,96 Cox, C..............18,71,69,66 Cricks, D.------ 75,70,68,32,74 Currier, Jannine - 25,70,69,66,77 Currier, Jon----88,31,76,98,104 Czerneski, K.-------- 104,23,69 CZERNESKI, M. - - 39,88,65,90, 76,98 CZYKOSKI, P........... 39,66,63 D Dahlbacka, C. 72,68,66,31 Dalphonso, J. - ■ 30 DalPra, C. - - 19,66,77 Danoski, E. - - ■ 17 Danowski, T. - 75,68,65,29 DaPra, M. - - 66,30 Davis, J. 17 Davis, R. 18 DAVIS, W. - - 39,98 Dear, R. E. - - ■ 6 Decker, M. - - ■ 32 Defelice, B. - 18,69 Delimba, G.- 22,60,25,67 Denocenti, B. 72,65 Desautelle, J. 9,24 DeSonia, S. - 58 Doman, T. - - • 94,9 IIIDomin, N.................9,17,75 Dorpat, D.--------------------19 Drake, C. ............ 102,31,77 Dubbe, F.----------------------6 Dudra, J.---------------------17 Dudra, M.---------------------17 Dudra, S...................94,24 E Eckman, R.-----------------19,17 Eckman, W.--------------------14 Eckstrom, L.---- 22,24,70,68,96 Eckstrom, T.----------- 88,30,76 Edmark, G.--------------------23 EDWARDS, M.----------------39,62 Edyvean, B.-------------------29 Edyvean, D. ----------- 18,69,66 EDYVEAN, R,---------------103,39 Ehnbom, J.---------------------9 Elsemore, K.----------- 26,66,96 English, C.................25,97 ENGSTROM, G,..................39 Erickson, B.------------------13 Erickson, C.------------18,69,66 Erickson, D.------------------25 ERICKSON, E................39,77 Erickson, G..........- 72,67,30 ERICKSON, 1,-105,104,39,65,103 Erickson, J.------------- 18,70 Erickson, Laurel--17,71,69,66 Erickson, Lawrence---------24,89 ERICKSON, M............ 39,69,77 Erickson, S.------.-----17,66,65 Erickson, T.---------------32,92 Erm, M.-----------------------29 F Fabbri, R.--------------------19 Fabbri, S............. 104,24,69 Fafford, L,.............31,77,92 Farrell, G.----- 9,88,29,76,92 Farrow, A. -----------------9,29 FINCO, B. - - 40,88,76,91,93,92 Finco, V..................18,67 Fisher, M.-----------------75,31 FISHER, S. - - 105,104,103,40,98 FORSLUND, P,...............40,65 Frederickson, J.--------19,73,74 FREGERIO, M...............102,40 Friedman, D. - - 17,71,69,66,65 Friedman, F.--------------103,30 G Gallo, C.......... 103,70,62,29 Gallo, R.--------------------30 Gayan, J................17,69,66 GENTILE, M,...................40 Gerovac, D.-------------------32 GERTZ, M. - -- -- -- --40,65 Giannunzio, E.------------103,23 Giannunzio, M.-------------26,69 Ginolfi, M.......... 75.70,29,77 2 Goodwin, C.------ 75,69,68,31 Gorrilla, T.-----------------25 Gothblad, R.------ 88,28,31,76 Gradisher, J.----- 40,84,88,90 GRANDAHL, J. - 40,84,88,90,76, 98 Gusman, R.-------------------31 Gust, S...................23,66 GUSTAFSON, D.-------40,75,68.60 Gustafson, P.-------------25,96 GUTT, P......................40 Gutt, T................. 103,30 H HAANPAA, D...................41 HAAPALA, C.---------41,72,66,62 HAAPALA, D...................41 Haaro, C.---------------- 29 Haaro, E.----------------102,30 Haaro, L.................103,24 HAGELIN, C,..............103,41 Hagelin, M.---------------32,77 Hakala, B................103,29 Halama, D.-------------68,66,31 Hallberg, M. - - 75,72,70,68,65, 31.95,77,74 Hamel, J.--------------------30 Hampston, T.-- 75,68,29,77 HANNU, R.....................41 Hautala, D.------------------32 Hantula, T.------------------18 Healy, R.--------------------13 Heikkila, C.-18,71,69,67,96 HELANDER, D.------ 41,77,74,92 HELD, C.------- 41,72,63,61.83 Held, R......... 66,62,61,29,77 Held, S....................9,68 Hellen, W.---------------102,24 HENDRICKSON, J...............41 HENDRICKSON, K. - 41,75,72,62 Hervi, W.---------------------9 Hewitt, V......19,71,69,77 Hill, B,.....................23 Hill, C...................68,31 Hill, G...................88,31 Hill, J............ 23,70,78,89 HILL, J......................42 Hill, Karen---------------26,69 Hill, Kathleen---------------30 Hocking, R.------------------17 Hocking, J.------------------10 HOLGERS, D................55,98 Hotchkiss, J.----------------23 Hulstrom, H.------94,17,70,60,89 Hulstrom, R......... 102,104,25 Huotari, J...............103,24 Huotari, N.------------------23 I Immich, R.------------ 24,73,66 Impola, J.----- 72,67,65,61,30, 77,74 J Jackson, B.-----------------32,98 Jackson, C.--------------------14 Jackson, K.--------------------23 Jacobs, J.----------------------6 JACQUART, L....................55 Jag la, P,.....................26 Jarvi, M.------24,75,72,68,29,95 Jarvi, N.----------------------25 Jendrzejewski, J. - - - - 18,71,69 Jenkins, J.--------------------24 Jerik, D,............... 23,70,74 Jindrich, C.----------------18,77 Jindrich, J.------------ 25,70,69 JINDRICH, M.................42,77 Jobe, B........... 19,71,69,67,77 JOHNSON, E.....................42 Johnson, G,-------- 62,60,31,74,98 Johnson, Joseph--------- 24,78,89 Johnson, Jyl---------- - - 23,72,67 Johnson, K.--------------------13 Johnson, M.--------------17,71,69 JOHNSON, R. -42,84,75.70,68,62 Johnson, S.--------------------25 Johnson, W. --- ----------------6 Jokela, R.---------------------31 Jones, R.-------------------23,88 Jordan, K.---------------------23 Josephson, J.---------------25,73 Juntilla, M.-------------------58 Jussila, D.--------------------29 Juutilainen, L.----------------24 K Kageorge, P.-------------------72 Kahara, G.----------------------6 Kahara, S. -............ 69,68,66 Kalla, Richard-----------------24 Kalla, Robert------------------18 Kalla, S.-------------------23,77 KANGAS, G. - - 42,77,76,93,88, 94,92 Kangas, L..................103,23 Kanipes, A.-----------------94,18 Kaseita, P.--------------------26 Kauppi, D.---------------------19 KAUPPI, K......................42 KAUPPI, M.--------- 42,73,62,77,98 KENNEDY, P.-------- 103,42,72,77 Kennedy, W.--------------10,16,78 Kent, W.................104,25,73 KERANEN, R.....................42 Kessler, C.--------------J7.69.66 Kesti, K...................----17 Kettula, E,.......... 10,60,28,30 KICHAK, C...................43,75 Kichak, K.------------------23,69 Kilbourn, M.-------------------32 Kilponen, G. — ---------------58 King, H...................... 30 King, R,......................-17Kinnunen, K. -Kinnunen, L. Kirkley, R. -Kivi, Carol -Kivi, Connie - Kivi, J.----- KIVI, K.----- Kivi, Linda -Kivi, Lois - -K1V1STO, F. ■ KLEIMOLA, A, Kleimola, P. Knutilla, K. -Koivisto, D. -Koivisto, R. ........... 67,29 .......... 102,25 - 105,104,103,24 ........... 18,69 ...............58 ............58,81 ---- 43,75,73,62 ........ 72,65,31 ...............58 ...............43 ...............43 .......... 102,30 ........... 70,29 88,60,28,30,76,92 ................24 Kolesar, Charles----23,98,89,94 Kolesar, Christine - - 70,68,65,32 Kolson, C. — Kopecko, C. -Korhonen, D. KORHONEN, R, Korpela, E. -Korpela, N. -Korpela, J. - ■ Koski, B. — -Koski, C. - -Koski, Jaclyn -Koski, Jim - -Koski, M. - -Koski, O. — Koslovich, E. Koslovich, M. Koykar, L. - -Kozens, G. - -Krause, S. - - - 18,69,66 ........29 ........26 ..........43 - - 19,66,77 - -25,70,66 ..........25 75,67,72,31 - - 22,24,26 -------70,67 - 94,17,89 - -75,72.30 .........10 ..........29 .........17 •.........14 - - - 103,23 30 KRAVETZ, C. -Kravetz, J. — Krznarich, F. -Krznarich, J. -KRZNARICH, J. Krznarich, M. -Kujanson, A. -KUJANSON, D. Kuklinski, D. -Kuklinski, G. - Kulak, B.----- KURPEWSKI, C. KURTA, V. - - KUSZ, G.------ Kusz, J.------ - -43,75.70,68 18 - - -------10 -10,34,88,76.94 - -43,88,65,90, 76,98 ......... 18,94 .............14 ............43 ............19 ............32 ............32 ......... 43,68 - - 44,75,68,62 102,44 ......... 29,78 L LAAKONEN, J.................55 LaBlonde, R.----75,68.66,31,77 LaCost, Regnold---------102,26 LaCost, Roger-----------103,31 Lahti, J... 103,73,29,98 Lahtinen, F.--------- 88,30,76 Langdon, D. - — - — 103,32,98 LAPACHIN, L.................44 Larson, Bernard - - • 6 Larson, Bill ■ -88.29,76,103 LARSON, C. 44,73 Larson, J. • -102,73,31,74 LARSON, M. 44,64 Lawson, R. 10 LAWVER, J. • - - 44 Lehocky, R. - - 31 Lehto, G. 25 Lehto, J. 17 LEHTO, M. 44 Leinon, S. - - 67, 64,61,30,77,74 LEVIJOKI, D. - - ■ 44 Levijoki, D. 13 Levijoki, J. ■ 103,30 Levijoki, W. 58 Lewinski, C. 14 Lewinski, K. 75,73,70, 77,68,67,65,29 LIIMAKKA, L. - 44,75,72,63,59 Lilijestrom, D. - - ■ 32 LINDBERG, C. - - 45 Lindberg, K. - 104,23,70,67 Lindberg, N. - 102,25,66,74 Lindquist, S. 18,71,69 Lintonen, R. 103,24,73 Livingston, L. - - - - 29 LIVINGSTON, R. - • 45 Long, R. 31 Long, T. 24,69,67 LONGHINI, R. - - - -45,88,76,98 Lonsway, P. - - 94,17,70,89 Lorenson, C. 10 Lucas, G. 17,74 LUCAS, G. • - 45,88,76,91 Ludak, L. 18 Ludlow, D. • 72,31 Ludlow, M. ■ 18,78,97 Lugviel, A. 30,10 LUTWITZE, C. “ “ 45,75,62 M MAGDZIAK, C. - 105,104,103,45 Make la, C. ■ 68,28,30 Maki, Bonny 19,69 Maki, Bruce 94,23,66 Maki, Eldora 26,68,66 Maki, Eugene - - ■ 88.32 MAKI, V. - - 45,75,72.62 Manchester, J. - - 23,69 Manchester, M. - 17 Manki, J. 25,70 Marczak, S. 17,73,78 Mark, A, • 18,69,66 Mark, B. 58 MARTELL, W. - - 45,77 Manilla, Margaret 25,67 Manilla, Michael - - - 18 MARTINSON, J. - 45,98 Matiska, S. 29 Manila, Christine 67,31 Manila, Cora 25 MATTSON, B. 46,69 MATTSON, D. 46,88,76,91 Mattson, E. - . - - 10,24,74 McClone, C. - 31 McDonald, D. 24,70.66,61 McDonald, L. 19,71,66,96 McDonald, N. 17,67,77 McGrath, J. - 94.17 McGrath, T. - 94.24 MCKNIGHT, D .-103,34,46.61,70 83 McLean, W. - 6 MCRAE, D. - 46,76 McRae, S. — 18,69,66 McRae, T. - - 94,23 Melchiori, W. - - 10,88,76,74,98 Mestnik, T. - 10,31 Meyer, D. - - 25,70,68 Michela, J. - 26.66 MICHELA, M. 40,70,68.64 Miklesh, J. - - 94,19,89 Miklesh, L. - 6 Miller, M. - - 25,77,74 MILLER, M. - - 46,75,64,95,77.74 Miller, R. - - 24,67 Minkin, Randy 105,24 Minkin, Roy - 102,88,30,76 Mitchell, S. - 17,72,66,65 Molaski, M. - - - 72,68,67,65,29 Moon, J. - - 103,23,67,60,98,89 MOORE, M. - 46.73,65,61 Moren, J. — - 58 Morey, D. - - 88,76,92 MOREY, K. - 46 Mukavitz, L. - 18 Mukavitz, S. - 72,65,61,32,77,97 Murto, L. - - 18.71,66,96 MURTO, M. - 46,88,90,76, 93,92,98 N NANTELL, k - 17 Negri, A. - - - 94,66,29 Negrini, A. - - 19,89 NEGRINI, J. - 47 Negrini, P. - - 17,69,65,77 Niemi, D. - - 17 Niemi, E. — - 94,18,89 Niemi, L. - - 25,89 Niemi, Paul G. 25 Niemi, Paul V. - 104,103,24,102 NIEMI, R. - - 78,55 Nelmark, S. - 26 Nelson, A. — 6,13 Nelson, J. 25.67 NELSON, K. - - 47,75,72,64,59,74 Nezworski, D. 23 Nezworski, L. 31 NICS1CH, T.-47,108,34,88,90,76Nizial, M.--------------------18 NOLCOX, R.....................47 Nurmi, G. — 72,68,66,65,61,39, 77,74 O Oberlander, S.----------------13 OlE, J...........47,105,104,103 Oie, R.----------------------24 OJA, D.......................47 Oja, J.......................17 Oja, T......................103 OLDS, J.......................47 O'leary, J.-------------------23 Olson, C.---------------------14 Olson, Carol---- 72,66,65,30,77 Olson, Carolyn----------18,66,69 OLSON, D......................47 Olson, Jerry---------------26,97 Olson, Jim------------- 88,32,97 OLSON, J.-------- 48,105,104.103 Olson, Judith---------- 22,24,73 OLSON, L...................48,65 Olson, M............ 73,29,96,74 Olson, W.------------------58,98 Oman, D.................65,31,77 Orhn, S.----------------------23 Oslin, J. — ------------------25 Oslin, R.--------------------.18 Osterholm, M.-----------------31 Osterman, G.------------------24 OSTERMAN , J.------- 77,105,103 Ostrom, J.................... 11 OSTROM, P.------48,75.70,65,64 Ovaska, D.--------19,72,71,66,77 P Paavola, L.------17.70,77,89,94 PAAVOLA, R.-------- 48,72,70,62 Pachmayer, A.------ 75,72,68,30 PACHMAYER, F. 48,105,102 Pajula, D. - ■ 29 PAJULA, S. - 48,75 Palmer, D. - 11,75 Palmer, H. - 11,88 Palmgren, M. 23,89,98 Palmquist, C. 26,94 Pape, R. — ■ 65,11 Parent, T. - ■ 25,102 Parrish, R. - • 11 Parrish, S. - • 18,89 Passint, A. - 11,77 Pawlak, D. - 17 Pawlak, N. - 23,70,69,104 Pegoraro, L. • 18,70,98 Peite, J. - - • 18 Peite, S. - - 32 Pelkola, D. - 25,103 Pelkola, R. - 24 PELTO, D. - - - 48,73,64,59,77 PELTO, E. - 48,69,77 Penrose, G. - -75,72,67,65,30,77 Penrose, W.--------------------24 Pera, J.-----------------------23 Perkovich, R.------------------11 PERTILE, A. -------- 48,84,88,76, 93,91,92 Perttula, G...............2 6,102 Peterson, B.--------- 25,98,89,94 PETERSON, C.--------- 49,75,72,64 PETERSON , G...................49 PETERSON, M.-------- 49,84,75,73, 66.64.74 Peterson, S.------------ 23,72,97 Peterson, T.-------------------97 Petrusha, R.----------19,67,61,60 PIASECKI, R....................49 PIETROCATELLI, J...............49 Pinski, R................11,67,31 Pisco, J. - -..............25,102 Popovich, S.-------------------11 Potinsky, T.-------------------24 Priante, J...............17,77,97 Pribyl, J......................29 Pribyl, M................17,71,67 Prosek, M.---------------------23 Pryor, D.----------------------58 Pumala, Janet-----18,69,67,60,77 Pumala, Janice - -18,69,67,60,77 Pumala, T.------------------19,89 Q Quistorff, E.------------------11 R Raivio, C.---------------------31 Rajala, R ---------------------25 Ramme, H.----------------------25 Randall, B. - 75,72.67,31,96,74 Randall, M...............23,89,94 RANT A, J..................49,108 Rawn, W.-----------------------11 Raymond, S...............31,77,74 Reini, S....................30,77 REYNOLDS, B....................49 Rigoni, A.---------------------14 RIGON1, C......................49 Rigoni, M............... 68,62,29 Ringwall, D................25,103 Rintala, M...........75,70,66,62, 30.95.74 Roberts, J...............75,68,32 Roberts, M.--------------------13 ROKSER, M.-------- 49,108,70,64 ROSA, J................. 50,68,63 Rosa, K.....................24,68 ROUSE, J.......................50 Rouse, R...................24,102 Rovelsky, L.................17,74 Rowe, K.-----------------------14 Rowe, T.-----------------------11 Rozelle, S.--------------------29 Ruby, J........................14 Ruby, Jane---------------------23 Ruby, L...................23,103 Ruby, Randy................17,94 Ruby, Ray.....................31 Ruditis, J.------------------103 Ruditis, M.-------------------26 Rundquist, D.-----------------30 Ruppe, Dave---------------25,103 Ruppe, Don--------------------58 RUONA, S.................- 50,64 RUOTSALA, M...................50 S SAARI, DANNY............ 50,88,91 SAAR1, DENNIS..................55 Saari, Diane-------------------23 SAARI, S.......................50 Salo, C.-----------------------25 Salo, D........................29 Salo, M........................18 Salo, R.....................18,77 SALO, R.---------50,77,98,105,102 Salo, T.......................104 Sams, P.-----------------------19 Sams, S.-----------------------24 Sanders, R.------------- 24,67,89 SANTINI, B.....................50 Santini, L............17,71,69,65 Sargent, S.................50,103 SCHMITT, G.---------- 51,75,68,62 Schutte, T.--------------------17 Schwartz, P.-------------------26 Sears, H.----------------------12 Sederholm, S.------------18,69,66 Sell, S.....................75,32 Semo, J.----------------------18 Semo, M.----------------------25 Semo, P.----------------------29 Semo, R.----------------------58 SEMO, R...................51,98 Sendek, V.---------------------12 Sertich, J.--------------------23 SEYMOUR, K.....................51 Shawbitz, D.-------------------70 Shawbitz, M.----------------19,77 Shea, Mary.............. 75,68,31 Shea, Mike........... 17,98,89,94 Sheridan, S.-------------------58 Shouldice, D.............17,70,77 Shouldice, G. - - 75,68,66,31,77 SHOULDICE, P. - 51,75.68,63,86 Sievila, K.--------------------25 SIEVILA, L........... 51,88,90,76 SIIRA, C....................51,73 SI1R1LA, J.............51,105,103 Siirila, L.....................69 SIIRILA, V.....................55 Sillanpaa, W.------------------30 Sisko, S.................- 24,70 Siskonen, B. - 18,71,69,66,77,96 Sjowall, O..................12,32 Skoviera, D.-------------------32SKOVIERA, M...................51 Skoviera, R.---------------18,78 Skowronski, A.----------------58 Slade, G.-------------------- 14 SLADE, R.--------62,61,60,59,34, 83,103,77,67,51 Slining, S.----- 88,76,92,98,103 Slivensky, M.-----------24,98,89 SLOMA, M............ 52,69,68.65 Smilzanich, R.-------------23,66 Smith, D.-------------26,105,102 SOFFIETTE, R..................52 Soffiette, S.-----------------25 Sokolowski, B.----------------23 Sokolowski, F.----------17,67,77 Sokolowski, J.----------------17 Solin, J.------------------58,98 Sopko, Jim-----------------19,89 Sopko, John-------------------31 Spencer, S. - -72,66,65,61,31,77 Spetz, J.-------------- 88,30,76 Stahovic, S..........69,66,29,77 Stella, B.--------------------30 Stelmark, M.---------------25,69 Stenstrom, M.--------18,69,66,77 Stone, R.---------------------23 Stonemark, J. — 94,24,67,98,89 STRAND, M..................52,68 Strand, V..................18,67 Stutz, M........... 26,70,69,104 Supercynski C.----------------12 SWANBECK, C...................52 Swanbeck, D. - - 73,68,65,29,77 Swanbeck, G.-------- 73,68,66,65 61,77 Swanson, B.-------------------13 Swanson, G.-------------------12 Swanson, J.----- 75,68,65,31,77 Swanson, K.-------------------58 Swanson, M.----------------88,31 Swanson, Sandra------- 25,66,65 Swanson, Sharon-------19,71,66 Synkelma, S. — — 17,69,66,65 Syrjala, P.----------------24,94 T Tabacchi, Z. TAFELSK1, E. Talaska, F. -TALASKA, K Tarnpio, D. -TAMPIO, P. Tankka, W. ■ Tervo, D. - • Tezak, T. -Thomas, G. ■ Thomas, S. - ...... 12,66 52,84,88.62,59, 90.76,81,98 .............78 - - 52,70.62,77 24,105,104,102 - -52,75,70,68 ............30 ....... 29,102 ............58 ...........26 ------ 12,19,25 THOMAS, S............. 52,73,77 Thompson, P. ------- -25,68,66 THOMPSON, R............52,68,75 TIBALDO, L................53,98 Tiitu, M.--------------------58 Tippett, S................23,69 Tirpe, C.--------------------17 Tjunlund, L.--------------25,69 TOOLANEN, A........... 53,64,59 Toolanen, L.---------- 24,73,66 Toth, J...................18,78 TOTH, R......................53 Tremain, L.---------------58,98 Thetheway, R.-------------12,19 Trevarthen, B. - 24,65,66,70,102 Trevarthen, L.------------88,29 TROJAHN, B. -34,75,53,84,63,83 Trudgeon, A. ------ 88,31,76,92 Trudgeon, J.-----------------32 Turunen, C.---------------18,66 Turunen, W.------------------14 V Vanlokeren, M.----- 23,73,66,61 Ventrucci, M.-------------12,25 VERBOVANIC, G................53 VERHELST, E.-------53,65,105.103 Viher, M.....................26 Vizanko, J.------------------25 VIZANKO, K...................53 VLASICH, L.-------- 53,84,90,76, 93,92,98 VOLLEY, P..............53,62,77 Vukovic, J.--------------30,103 Vurenmaa, B.-------------25,103 W Wahlberg, Gail Wahlberg, Glen Waitanek, W. -Walkonen, M. ■ Wanden, T. - -Warpula, H. - ■ Warrick, B. - -WARRICK, W. ■ WASLEY, J. - -Wesley, L. — Wesa, B.------ WICKLUND, D. Wickstrom, J. - Wiele, K.------ WIENEN, G. - • Wiijus, J.----- Williams, B. -WILLIAMS, R. ■ Willing, A. — WILLING, J. - - WILLS, J.------ Willson, H. - - ------ 24,73,66 ..............24 .......... 23,94 .......... 26,66 ..............25 ........72,68,29 ..............23 ..............54 ..............54 -------19,69,67 ..............30 ......... 54,102 ■.............19 .......... 12,73 .......... 54,62 ...........17,69 -75,68,65,32,77 ..............54 ...........25,69 • - - 54.84,64,81 ...........54,64 ..........12,26 Willson, James-------29,76,67,88 Willson, John--------------24,67 WILLSON, R.................54,67 Wilson. L.----75,73, Wingfield, G. -■-----------24,74 Winkowski, J.--------- 88,70,104 Winkowski, M.----------88,70,104 WIRTA, D......................54 Wisnewski, A.-----------------26 WRIGHT, L............55,75,70.63 Y Yatchak, M....................12 Yonkoski, R.------------------58 Z ZAMBROVITZ, G.-------- 55,75,63 Zandi, D.---------------------25 115I.H.S. on the Go Skiing fun. Jumping 116 The EndSAGE, WILLIAMS, SULLIVAN AND HOLMBERG AGENCIES Insurance and Real Estate Serving You Since 1919 Compliments of F. J. HAGER INC. Compliments of NATIONAL METALS triple-m farm fresh eggs BANK Compliments of MEYER SAUSAGE COMPANY UNION BOTTLING WORKS 118 Ayer Street Good Music Year 'Round W. J. M. S. SUN-DROP DOUBLE COLA Waeco Beverages Ironwood, Ironwood Michigan Michigan LAKE SUPERIOR DISTRICT POWER COMPANY 138 W. 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