Mound Westonka High School - Mohian Yearbook (Mound, MN)

 - Class of 1960

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 I mm »• •• |l IlfllN • MS I Q 111 _ •MWCtwi MOHIAN 1960 Co-Editors: Co-Advisers: KATHY GILL MR. MENDEL. EDIE SWANSON 1 MR. MILLER I I r f' iff Business Manager: SALLY LIU Iwm% smg I « f A- 'C3 «» '•tilROffKS more a pari of our - liool lift limn all I hr aetixilies combined. The liraw. lliirk honks -Idilih!!! I.isten to Ilu» groans as ibex arr distributed. ROOKS their friendlx ro cr hid it- welcome and invite us in. Far awa places and unusual | eo-pie art placed within our rasp. Our companions l» da and h nijrht. it i- hooks that will see us through, that will never fail us. ROOKS scarred and worn h ajre and use. ith them, we in- crease our knowledge: we broaden our horizons of human concept. ROOKS cradled in our arms, spillm : from our lockers, strewn about our desks: a trulx omnipresent factor in our lixes. ROOKS the spii the Y)0 MOHI W and theme ofWatching the sun set and day draw to a close, we as seniors are reminded that, like the day, an era of our lives is also closing When dawn breaks tomorrow, we will be facing our future in the adult world. To this future, then, and the part that Mound High School has played in preparing us for it, we dedicate the 1%0 MOHIAN.POLICY IS ADMINISTERED Superintendent of Schools. Dale G. Nelson Senior High School Principal, E. J. Bchmler. BOARD OF EDUCATION Hoard of Education: Russell Wenkstern. Albert F. Gallistcl, Dale G. Nelson, Ray R. Cox, Wilfred C. Anderson. M. Gordon Tulberg, Allan F. Liebrenz, Donna Munson. Not Pictured: Arnold 1 rovall. 6AS FACULTY WORKS LANGUAGE Mr. Wachalx, Mrs. Edlund, Mr. Onsted, Mrs. Gulbrandson, Miss Wagnild, Mr. Macias. (Not pictured: Mr. Gulbrandson). Our language instructors are very talented in their many fields. Mr. Wachal is the Enriched Senior English teacher as well as sharing his time as German and journalism instructor. Mrs. Edlund teaches Standard. Enriched. and College Preparatory Junior English. Instructor of Enriched Sophomore English and the Standard Senior English is Mr. Onsted. Mrs. Gulbrandson is the Senior College Preparatory English instructor, while her husband. Mr. Gulbrandson. teaches Junior English. As well as teaching art. Miss Wagnild teaches Sophomore English. Mr. Macias, better known as “Senor" by his students, teaches Standard Sophomore English and Spanish I. II, and IN. Our school librarian is Miss Johnson, assisted by Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. Roberts acts as senior high school library clerk. Mr. Fox teaches typing and Stenography I. Instructor of Stenography II. Bookkeeping, and Clerical and Office Practice. LIBRARY Mrs. Thompson, Miss Johnson. Mrs. Roberts COMMERCIAL Mr. Fox, Mr. Mendel 7TO PREPARE US Mr. Babcock was in his first year at Mound this year. He was previously employed at Cedar Falls. Iowa, and he attended New York University. COUNSELOR Mr. Babcock Shown here is Mr. Bockhaus, instructor in mechanical drawing, woodworking, and metalcraft. Mr. Liebrenz has the job of handling all matters of finance and business for School District Number 227. BUSINESS MANAGER Mr. Liebrenz This year Solid Geometry and Trigonometry have been added on to Mr. Schulte’s teaching duties, as well as Plane Geometry and Elementary Algebra. Mrs. Hanson’s classes are composed of those students taking Advanced Algebra and Plane Geometry. Mr. Brandenburg varies his time between Senior Mathematics and his duties as visiting teacher. MATH Mr. Schulte, Mrs. Hanson. Mr. Brandenburg 8FOR OUR FUTURES Mr. King and Mr. Gove both teach regular senior Social Problems. In addition, they teach World History and American History, respectively. Our former principal. Mr. Julsrud. teaches sophomore American History. Mr. Gimmestad divides his time among World History, typing, and enriched Social Problems. MUSIC Mr. Skow, Mr. Hotvet In her first year at Mound, Miss Quibell taught biology and physical education. Mr. Nielsen teaches chemistry and physics, and in his spare time he is the head of the Audio-Visual Department. Mr. Coulter teaches biology and chemistry in our expanded science department. SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND HISTORY Mr. King. Mr. Gove. Mr. Gimmestad, Mr. Julsrud Mr. Skow directs the concert band and various other bands in our music department. Director of the Senior and Junior High School Chorus is Mr. Hotvet. SCIENCE Miss Quibell, Mr. Nielsen, Mr. Coulter Miss Quibell, previously mentioned on this page, poses here for a picture with Mr. Haddorff, physical education instructor and athletic director of Mound High School. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Miss Quibell, Mr. HaddorffSTAFF RUNS SCHOOL Secretary to Mr. Behmler, Norma Bortz. A-V Secretary and Teacher Typist. Ethel Hanson. Bookkeeper. Marjorie Schmidt; Secretary to Mr. Nelson, Mr. Liehrenz and Board of Education. Donna Monson. Head Cook. (Gertrude Soule: Assistant Cook. Clarahelle Parker. Bookroom Clerk and Nurse's Clerk, Florence Boyle; School Nurse. Helen Law. School Janitors, Edwin Ess. George Fredrickson, Bert Lundquist. Clarence Kickhaefer; Head Custodian. Pete Andreason. Not Pictured: Lyle Chapman. 10JOHN ADAMS . . . Jiggy . . . blushing is the color of virtue ... 53 green Ford . . . Poison Ivy . . . hockey is his glory . . . three-year let-termun JAMES AHLSCHLAGER .. . Jim . . . quiet and unassuming . . . three-year member of the Ski Club . . . deep thoughts lie behind his shyness WILLIAM ALLEN ... Bill . . . if there is fun in it. I'm in it . . . voted best dancer . . . German Ouh . . . golf .. . hockey CAROL ARMSTRONG . . . I just can’t put it into words . . . artistic . . . self-styled clothes, picture of neatness . . . German Club . . . Pep Club . . . Choir ... MOHIAN CONCLUDING OUR SENIOR YEAR, KERRY BABLER . . . Why study when there's so much to learn? . . . wrestling . . . class play . . . happy-go-lucky ROBERT BECK ... Bob... a man of few words ... a wrestler . . . hand . . . class play JOHN BLAKSTVEDT . . . silence betrays no man . . . intramural . . . track MICHAEL BOTT ENFIELD . . . Mike . . . class bombshell . . . terror of the teachers . . . band . . . class play . . . M-Club . . . football . . . basketball . . . stage crew . . . tennis . . . golf ... in-trumural 12ANDREA BRAUN . . . Andi . . . her laugh—unforgetablc and incomparable . . . class rowdy . . . her mind never knows what her mouth will say next . . . Pep Club . . . Smoke Signal DAVID BRUNS . . . Dave . . . his friends know best his true worth . . . don't step on my red suede shoes DONALD BRYCE ... Don . . . neither a sinner nor a saint, but a very nice guy . . . baseball . . . intramural . . . hockey . . . Ski Club WE REVIEW HIGH SCHOOL JAMES CHAMBERS . .. Jim . . . though with us only a year, he has won many friends L . . band DENNIS CHRISTENSEN .. . Denny . . . sarcasm is saying what other people are afraid to . . . voted best looking . . . M-Club . . . football co-captain . . . track . . . basketball . . . Choir Council . . . Student Council HANNE CHRISTENSEN . . . her sincere friendship extends around the world . . . A.F.S. rep. from Denmark . . . Student Council . . . German Club . . . Choir .. . Pep Club CARY CARLSON ... a true sportsman wherever he may be found . . . Band treasurer . . . Band Council . . . German Club president 12, secretary-treasurer 11 . . . MOHIAN . . . cross country . . . basketball DAYS DOROTHY CHRISTY . . . Dot . . . amiability is recognized the world over . . . band . . . Class Play . . . German Club . . . Pep Club 13CAROL CISKOVSKY . . . Dona Carolina . . . Who. me? . . . Spanish Club . . . loves horses . . . Gunmercial Club RONNIE COLEMAN . . . there's mischief a-brewin . . . once a friend, always a friend . . . C.A.A. . . . Pep Club . . . class play . . . Thespians STEVEN CORL . . . Steve . . . just learning to like the place and they band me a diploma ... a likeable guy . . . band . . . M-Club . . . track . . . football . . . wrestling . . . intramural REVERLY CRAWFORD . . . Bev . . . her music speaks for her . . . voted most talented . . . wisdom and wit are here combined . . . Spanish Club . . . Pep Club . . . band DAYS OF ENDLESS STUDIES BARBARA CRESSY . . . Barb . . . her school spirit is unequalled . . . voted most athletic . . . Pep Club Treasurer 10. President 12 . . . C.A.A. CARY DAHL . . . Towser . . . some say he’s bashful, others doubt . . . I'm going to do something wise or otherwise . . . band . . . cross country . . . golf . . . wrestling SANDRA DALTON . . . Sande . . . she’s not as surprisingly small as small and surprising . . . class hot rod . . . C.A.A. . . . Pep Club . . . Home Ec. Club . . . choir . . . hockey cheerleader KAREN DAVIDSON . . . friendly, there's no denying it ... a girl of merit . . . Commercial Club . . . C.A.A. . . . Spanish Club . . . class play 14KARIN DAVIS ... wit and talent sot off a sincere heart . . . voted best actress . . . choir . . . class play . . . G.A.A. ... Pep Club . . . drclam . . . Thespians BONNIE DAY ... a girl of character behind a winning smile . . . usually up to something . . . entered from Orona . . . Pep Club . . . Smoke Signal JAMES CERBERDINC . . Goobrr ... all great men have weaknesses, mine is food . . . class play . . . track . . . wrestling . . . choir GLADYS DEVINE . . . forever a pleasant smile . . . Spanish Gub . . . class play . . . Commercial Club . . . office help PLUS NEVER-ENDING FUN GRETCHEN DEWINTER... that sophisticated look . . . voted best dressed girl . . . Smoke Signal . . . MOHIAN . . . choir . . . Pep Club . . . G.A.A. . . . Student Council . . . Spanish Club RICHARD DIERCKS . . . Dick . . . My mind to me a kingdom is . . . Debate . . . Smoke Signal co-editor . . . Quill and Scroll . . . class actor . . . Spanish Club president . . . Student Council ... tennis DOUGLAS DIVINE ... Doug ... a worker, a thinker, an athlete . . . track . . . foot-ball . . . baseball . . . M-Club . . . Smoke Signal sports-writer WILLIAM DOLDER . . . Bill . . . un upright, downright honest man . . . Minnetonka to Alaska . . . class play . . . track . . . football . . . intramural . . . hockey 15RICHARD DRESSEL . . . Dick . . . ihe fewer the worth, the greuter the profit . . . class play . . . triage crew SUSAN DUEHN ... Sue . . . enthusiastic horse lover . . . stenographer future . . . Smoke Signal Business Manager . . . choir . . . class play . . . G.A.A. . . . Commercial Club . . . Pep Club DAVID EISS . . . Dave . . . calm reason and genuine friendliness, the qualities belonging to a leader . . . laughing eyes . . . band . . . class play . . . M-Club . . . cross country . . . football . . . basketball . . . tennis . . . golf . . . Student Council 10, Vice-President 11, Treasurer 12 JAMES ELAM . . . Jim . . . good humor makes all things tolerable . . . voted best dressed . . . football . . . Student Council . . . Choir Gtuncil A MAJOR PART OF OUR PAST; ANITA ENCSTROM . . . gentle in mood, resolute in action ... a blond, and a natural one. too . . . band . . . German Club . . . MOHIAN . . . Pep Club . . . G.A.A. GARY ERDMAN . . . Hondo . . . Mr. Matmun . . . state wrestling champ ... a car, a car, my kingdom for a car . . . cross country . . . track . . . M-Club . . . Student Council THOMAS ERICKSON . . . Tom . . . I’m not arguing with you, I m telling you . . . I like him—he likes science fiction . . . M-Club . . . class play . . . debate . . . hockey manager . . . wrestling manager JOHN FOSTER . . I’m not in the role of common men . . . well . . . German Club . . . Spanish Club treasurer . . . class play . . . Junior Gass President . . . Science Club . . . National Merit Finalist 16CAROLE GIBSON . . . the best things come in little packages . . . our Homecoming Queen . . . truly sweet . . . Pep Club . . . Student Council . . . Commercial Club KATHLEEN GILL . . . Kathy . . . her all-out effort in everything she does is shown by her achievement . . . MOHIAN co-ed. . . . Quill and Scroll . . . Span. Club Sec. 10. Pres. 12 . . . Choir Council . . . Debutones . . . Pep Club . . . class play . . . Thespians . . . Relay attend. . . . most likely to succeed . . . Smoke Signal . . . C.A.A. ERNEST GREEN . . . Ernie - . . give me leisure or give me death . . . wrestling . intramural hockey ALFRED GRIESHABER . . . Al . . . he’ll make more goals in life than those made on a hockey rink . . . Sophomore Class Treasurer . . . class play . . . M-Club . . . football . . . hockey co-captain . . . Choir President . . . Student Council President . . . most popular. FRIDAY GAMES AND DANCES CARRY CROFCSIK ... an all around likeable fellow . . . talented, versatile musician . . . yearbook photographer . . . good guy, good guy!! . . . Smoke Signal . . . band DONALD HAGBERG . . . Don ... the man with the car . . . I think I know the disposition of women . . . band . . . class play . . . M-Club . . . cross country . . . basketball . . . Student Council LYNELL HALVERSON . . . Nell ... in her we find capability . . . won honors in declam . . . Pep Club . . . class play . . . choir council . . . MOHIAN . . . Spanish Club . .. G.A.A. JACQUELINE HANSON . . . Jacki . . . bad weeds grow tall, that's why I'm small ... a friendly hand she always lends . . . Commercial Club . . . Library Club 17SARA HAYES . . . Sahara . . . I’ve got my arrow, now I’ll get my beau . . . German Club . . . G.A.A. President . . . Pep Club . . . class play . . . dcclam . . . band . . . Thespians . . . Smoke Signal DAVID HEM PEL . . . Dave • . . I’m a nice little boy looking for a nice little girl . . . intramural MARCIA HEDIN . . . Marc . . . to act with common sense is the greatest wisdom known . . . Band Majorette . . . class play . . . Thespian Secretary . . . declam . . . Debate . . . Smoke Signal . . . MOHIAN ... Pep Club JANET HERMAN ... Jan . . . we’ll always remember her golden voice . . . talented in declamation . . . band . . ■ choir ... Trio .. . Pep Club . . . class play . . . MOHIAN LUELLA HEITZ . . . Lu . . . a hard worker on our Junior Class Play . . . Commercial Club . . . G.A.A. . . . Pep Club . . . Home Ec. Club AND WILLARD HILLIER . . . Bill . . . that I am a he-man I’ll have you know, even though I’ve room to grow . . . best all-around . . . Band Secretary . . . Student Council .. . football JUDITH HELCELAND . . . Judy . . . noted for her domestic efficiency . . . Smoke Signal . . . class play . . . Commercial Club WHITE DONNA HOLSTE . . . pleasant and cheerful . . . always ready with a smile and a good word ... CHEERLEADERS IN RED 18WILLIAM HOSFIELD . . . Bill ... a man of character, ability and sportsmanship . . . National Honor Society . . . German Club President 11, class play . . . Class President 10, Vice-President 11 . . . M-CIub . . . cross country .. . track . . . football . . . basketball . . . tennis . . . our AFS representative to Switzerland SHARON HUSTED . . . there’s a sparkle in her eye and on her finger, too . . . Spanish Club . . . G.A.A. . . . class play . . . Pep Club . . . cheerleader . . Camera Club . . . choir PAUL JOCOBSEN ... I’m just a bad boy ... I never dare be as funny as I can . . . M-Club . . . Thespians . . . class play . . . hockey . . . football . . golf . . . wrestling CAROL JANKE ... so quiet and unassuming is she . . . works hard for the Civil Air Patrol . . . always pleasant . . . Smoke Signal . . . Commercial Club . . . entered as a junior from Bloomington SPARKED MOHAWKS’ SPIRIT BRUCE JENSEN ... be-ware, I may do something startling yet ... a friend to all . . . band . . . Ski Club . . . Homecoming JOHN JENSEN ... he puls his troubles in a pocket with a hole in it . . . Ski Club - . . M Club . . . track . . . football JUDITH JENSEN . . . Judy . . . always accompanied by a warm smile and friendly greeting . . . Home Ec. Club . . . Ski Club . . . class play . . . Pep Club DONALD JERDEE . . . Don . . . boys will be boys . . . that sounds reasonable . . . Spanish Club . . . class play . . . football . . tennis . . . intramural . . . hockey . . . choir 19JEAN LOVE . . . overflowing with harmless mischief . . . G.A.A. . . . Pep Club . . . class play KAREN JOHNSON ... they said it couldn't be done -then she came along . . . talent spelled with paint brushes . . . C.A.A. . . . class play ... Ski Club . . . Pep Club LENORE JOHNSON . . . nothing is sillier than a silly laugh . . . choir . . . voted best dancer . . . G.A.A. . . . cheerleader . . Pep Club Treasurer . . . Sophomore Class Secretary . . . talented in declamation SHARON JOHNSON . . . lives in a lavender haze . . . sophomore Homecoming attendant . . . don’t ash in my Nash . . . Pep Club . . . G.A.A. OUR FROSTY 1959 HOMECOMING JAMES KELLY . . . Jim . . . I'm not a bit flirtatious, just interested . . . track . . . football . . . choir . . . hockey . . . intramural THOMAS KENEFICK . . . Tom ... be silent and safe, silence never betrays CAROLYN KOLAR ... in her face a sensitive beauty . . . a natural wise sincerity . . . Smoke Signal co-editor . . . German Club . . . Quill and Scroll . . . declam . . . Pep Club JONATHON KORFHAGE . . . Jon . . . nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm . . . that contented look . . . Smoke Signal . . . Sophomore Vice-President... Junior-Senior Treasurer . . . Spanish Club . . . M-Club... track . . . football . . . basketball . . . choir 20KATHLEEN KRAKE . . . Kathi . . . part of her is still in Argentina . . . Un mo-mcnto! . . . Smoke Signal . . . MOHIAN . . . AFS representative . . . choir . . . Spanish Club Secretary DAVID KROLL . . . Dave . . . when trouble comes my way, I take another path . . . a fellow like nobody else . . . band . . . Spanish Club . . . class play . . . M-Club . . . wrestling . . . cross country ... tennis KATHLEEN KROMF.R . . . Kathy . . . she has a charm all her own . . . That makes me mad! . . . G.A.A. . . . Pep Club ... choir JANET KROTZER ... a pleasant mixture of fun and seriousness . . . Hey, Bill! . . . G.A.A. . . . choir. FAILED TO DAUNT SPIRITS BONNIE KUKA . . . endless flow of pep and energy . • . always reliable . . • choir . . . G.A.A. . . . MOHIAN . . . Spanish Club . . Pep Club . . . cheerleader MARGARET KUST . . . I’t'Kgy . . . mischief is my middle name . . . Smoke Signal .. . Pep Club . . . class play BARBARA LEFAIVE . . . Barb . . . happy, fun loving and a friend to all . . . Smoke Signal . . . German Club . . . class play . . . Pep Club DIANE LEMKE . . . cheerful quietness ... a sincere friend to have . . . German Club . . . HomecomingLOREN LEMMERMAN . . . drop thoughts lie beneath his silence . . . genuinely likeable . . . calm intelligence .. . choir ANN LESSELYONG . . . 1 can’t think of two things at once, so I’ll think of him . . . don’t fence me in . . . Smoke Signal . . . MOHIAN . . . G.A.A. . . . Pep Club .. . Debate RICHARD LEWIS . . . Dick . . . entered in his senior year . . . friendly and cheerful SARAH LIU . . . Sally . . . Oh. was that the tardy bell? . . . voted best all around . . . artistic ability . . . hockey cheerleader . . . MOHIAN business manager . . . Smoke Signal . . . band . . . German Club Treasurer THROUGH CAROLS AND NATIVITY, JAMES MALCHESKI . . . Walby . . . Alphi is his second home ... a boy worth knowing ... ski enthusiast . . . Homecoming . . . class play ROSALIE MARSH . . . true to her word, her work, her friends . . . Smoke Signal . . . class play . . . German Club JEFFREY MATSON . . . Jeff . . . I worry not only about the girls in the class, but of the class of the girls . . . declam MERRILEE MATTSON . . . gaze into her eyes, you see a little angel—gaze a little deeper, you see a little imp . . . Homecoming attendant 11. Queen candidate 12 . . . Girls' State . . . Band Council .. . MOHIAN 22RICHARD MAXWELL . . . Dick . . . ’taken the trouble to blow my bubbles away . . . always willing to help a friend . . . baseball . . . track ... intramural JUDITH McCURDY ... Judy . . . extremely busy, but tjuiet about it . . . calm and content . . . C.A.A. . . . Pep Club . . . Home Ec. Club WILLIAM MERNIK . . . BUI leave it to Beaver ... I know a trick worth two of that . . . baseball . . . basketball . . . M-Club . . . band JAMES MESSICK . . . Jim . . . small but dynamic . . . a funny bone up his sleeve . . . band . . . Ski Club . . . class play . . . wrestling . . . intramural CHRISTMAS SPIRIT SPREAD BECKY MILBRADT . . . always a dreamy look in her eyes . . . third finger, left hand . . . Home Ec. Club . . . G.A.A. . . . Pep Club . . . Homecoming JOHN MILLER . . . Tim ... an easy going manner . . . a boy at heart . . . M-Club . . . football . . . baseball . . . hockey ... intramural . . . Student Council DIANA MOUNSEY . . . came to us from El Paso. Texas . . . beautiful brown eyes . . . a sincere sweetness . . . Homecoming Queen candidate . .. Pep Club ROGER NELSON . . . Kog ... a winner on the tennis court and off . . . represented Mound in the state tennis tourney . . . Band Council . . . M-Club . . . football . . . basketball . . . baseball . . . intramural 23KERRY NICCUM ... the strong, silent type . . . neat dresser . . . good looking GLENDA NICHOLS ... a girl who does her own thinking and needs no advice . . . class play . . . Commercial Cluh . . . G.A.A. . . . Home Ec. Club Secretary CARLA NORQUIST ... a smile for every occasion . . . she loves to talk . . . German Cluh . . . G.A.A. . . . Pep Club . . . class play . . . Science Club GERHARD NOWACK . . . Gerry- • • • have it your w-ay, hut mine is better . . . German Club ... ski enthusiast . . . golf WE REMEMBER CLASS PLAYS — THOMAS OAS . . . Tom . . . none but himself can be his parallel . . . choir ... entered from Hopkins LEE OLSON . . . few things are impossible to diligence and skill . . . our star cross country runner . . . band . . . Science Club . . . class play . . . M-Club . . . track DONALD OSELL ... Don . . . fill ’er up!! ... a faithful friend is the medicine of life . . . class play . . . Camera Club . . . debate . . . Radio Club JOHN PALMER . . . little I ask, my wants are few . . -stage crew . . . class play . . • Camera Club 24JAMES PARISIAN . . . Jim . . . entered in his senior year from Vocational High School in Minneapolis . . . favorite sport is baseball PRISCILLA PELKEY . . . continuously talking with a few giggles mixed in for good measure . . . ready for fun . . . Pep Club . . . C.A.A. . . . choir . . . Home Ec. Club CHARLES POGUE... Charlie . . . determination and sincere effort will mark his future . . . stage crew . . . kind to everyone RONALD POLLOCK . . . Ron . . . why should the devil have all the fun? . . . oO sleep, it is a blessed thing THEIR SUCCESS, OUR REWARD LEROY QUAAS . .. Quaaser . . . famous men have little to say . . . his head is full of learning . . . tall, dark and then some GARY RAPP . . . Bear . . . Mr. Funny Man . . . a party is where you make it . football . . . stage crew Projectionist Club . . . jntra." mural . . . class play RONALD RIEGGER ...Ron . . . a whiz in science and math . . . Don Ronaldo . . . Spanish Club . . . intramural choir as a sophomore BRUCE ROBINSON . . . Ruddy . . . give to the world the best you have, and the best will come to you . . . loves to ski . . . class play 25SUSAN RODDY . . . Sue . . . let joy be unconfincd . . . the school day can never be shortened enough . . . C.A.A. BRADY ROSCH . . . it’ not what you do, but what you get away with that counts . . . M-Club . . . cross country' . . . track . . . golf . . . baseball . . . wrestling . . . intramural JOSEPH RUDNICKI ...Joe . . . he sees the world through more than the eyes of a camera . . . Smoke Signal . . . MOHIAN . . . Camera Club . . . Science Club . . . Projectionist Club . . . Audio-Visual SANDRA RUNMAN . . . Sandy ... a fiery red-head brings warmth to a room . . . G.A.A. . . . Pep Club . . . Camera Club . . . Homecoming . . . class play WE ALL FELT A SADNESS DONALD RUSCHE1NSKY . . . Don ... he worries not about tomorrow, but takes life as it comes BARBARA RUSSELL . . . Barb . . . beneath her quietness lies a true sincerity PETER SCHAPP1 . . . Pete . . . a true gentleman in every sense . . . exchange student from Switzerland . . . band . . . German Club . . . Spanish Club ... Ski Club . . . Debate . . . Student Council VIRGIL SCHNEIDER . . . entered in his senior year from Edina . . . although girls may be a puzzle, I'll never give them up 26)A.NN SCHROEDER ...Jo . . a man on her mind and ring on her finger . . . choir . . Camera Club Secretary . . G.A.A. . . . "George said JANICE SCHWALBE . . . talking, she’s laughing ... it seems to me . . . hustling efficiency . . . Pep Club . . . German Club . . . MOHIAN ROSEMARY SEGNER ... I Schwalbles ... if she isn’t know something, if I can only think of it . . . German Club . . . Home Ec. Club . . . Homecoming MICHAEL SKOW__________Mike . . . honor to the man who brings honor to us . . . friendliness to all . . . Band President . . . talented cornetist . . . Student Council . . . National Honor Society . . . wrestling . . . M-Cluh . . . Class Vice-President AS SPRING DAYS GREW WARM WENDY SMITH . . . keep .-miling—it keeps people wondering whut you're up to . . . Pep Club . . . German Club WILLIAM SMITH . . . BiU . . . take life easy—we live but once KENNETH SOHNS . . . Krn . . . whenever I feel like studying. I lie down and the feeling goes away . . . why let classes interrupt your fun? N A N C Y STELLINC . . . Nanc . . . what, me worry? . . . a good sport with a cheerful disposition . . . grern and pink Ford . . . G.A.A. . . . Pep Club 27JUDITH STELLO . . . Judy . . . all work and no play isn’t ihc life for me . . . Pep Club . . . Home Ec. Club . . . C.A.A. JACQUELYN STRALEY . .. Jackie ... a free ud for Ipana with her’radiant smile . . . Pep Club . . . Relay Attendant . . . Homecoming Attendant DALE SWANSON . . . Swanee . . . worry and I are perfect strangers . . . intramural . . . choir EDITH SWANSON . . . Edit . . . a leader of our class and a friend to all . . . MOHIAN co-editor . . . Spanish Club . . . choir . . . Debutones . . . C.A.A. . . . Pep Club Council. Vice-President 11 . . . class secretary 11, 12 . . . class play . . . voted most popular . . . Relay attendant WAR MARCH OF THE PRIESTS JEANANNE SWANSON . . . the days of youth were made for glee . . . band . . . Spanish Club . . . Pep Club JEFFREY SWEDLUND . . . Jeff ... a football field isn’t the only place you need a good line . . . Si-Club . . . Football Co-captain . . . Homecoming • SUSAN THOMPSON . . Sue . . . pep and personalit) personified . . . giggles . . Rand Council . . . Smoke Sig nal . . . MOHIAN . . . Span ish Club Vice-president . . Pep Club CARY TROVALI______there’s always room for more like him . . . Minnetonka to Alaska . . . band . . . class play . . . intramural 28SANDRA VORDERBRUG. GEN . . . Sandy . . . her ways are ways of pleasantness . . . one of a pair . . . MOHIAN . . . Home Ec. Club . . . G.A.A. THOMAS WEILAND . . . Tom ... a man of virtue . . . he doeth much who doeth a thing well . . . true to his •friends . . . intramural ROBERT WHITTAKER . . . Bob . . . jolly disposition . . . I argue with no man’s opinion; I have a few of my own KATHERINE WILLIAMS... Poo . . . gentlemen always seem to remember blondes . . . voted l»est looking . . . Debutones . . . class play . . . Choir Secretary . . . Relay attendant . . . Pep Club . . . MEMORIES OF MOUND HIGH JAMES WILLIAMSON . . . Jim . . . men are but children C»f a larger growth . . . band . . . M-Club . . . cross country . . . track . . . intramural DONNA WILSON ... gay and impulsive ... a bundle of hubbies . . . choir . . . G.A.A. . . . Pep Club Council .. . class play . . . Thes-pians NOT PICTURED: CAROL BABATZ MARY BLATZHEIM ROBERT CLARK COLLEEN COURTNEY MARVIN DE NIO CAROL JOHNSON RICHARD SMITH WALTER WOLFE 29THE SENIOR CLASS SELECTS Most Athletic: Dave Eiss, Barb Creasy. Best Looking: Kathie Williams. Dennis Christensen. Chosen “most athletic” by their classmates were Barb Creasy and Dave Eiss. Barb was president of the Pep Clu and participated actively in the Girls’ Athletic Association. Dave played basketball and football and was the onl Mound player named to the All-Lake Conference football team for 1959. Kathie Williams and Dennis Christensen were selected as “best looking.” In her junior year, Kathie was a Rela Queen attendant. Dennis escorted a sophomore attendant to the 1959 Homecoming Queen. Voted “most likely to succeed” were Kathy Gill and Bill Hosfield. Both students were elected to National Mono Society in their junior year. Kathy plans on going into English, and Bill’s interests lie in medicine. Edie Swanson and AI Grieshaher were chosen “most popular.” The Class of 1960 voted Edie as their class seen tary for two years in a row. A1 was president of both the Choir and the Student Council in his senior year. Most Likely to Succeed: Kathy Gill, Bill Hosfield. 30 Most Popular: Edie Swanson, AI Grieshaher.ITS HALL OF FAME Voted "heat all around” were Sally Liu and Bill Hillier. They were chosen on the basis of their personalities and variety of activities. Both participated in hand and numerous class projects. Karin Davis and Dick Diercks. who both had major parts in the Junior Class Play, “You Can’t Take It With You," were selected as “class actor and actress." Karin and Dick also participated in declamation. “Class hot rods" were Sande Dalton and Gary Erdman. Gary always seems to have his head under the hood of a car, and Sande can be seen often in the Casino’s Model A. Named “best dancers" were Lenore Johnson and Bill Allen, who are noted for their agility and original dances. Class Hot Rods: Gary Erdman, Sande Dalton. Best Dancers: Bill Allen. Ignore Johnson. 31FOR 1959 AND 1960 Most Talented: Mike Skow, Bev Crawford. Class Flirts: Jeff Swedlund, Ann Lesselyong. The Senior Class chose Mike Skow and Bev Crawford as “most talented.” Mike, who plays cornet, was an “A winner in the state hand contest. He was also president of the concert hand in his senior year. Bev plays the piano; church, organ, and bassoon. In her senior year, she accompanied the girls' sextette. Ann Lesselyong and Jeff Swedlund were voted “class flirts.” It seems that they just could not keep from flashin: their hig blue eyes at classmates of the opposite sex. Gretchen dcWintcr and Jim Elam, selected “best dressed,” were neat and always in style. Gretchen was seen ir the latest shades and matching co-ordinataes. Jim’s favorites were thick ribbed crew necks and chino pants. Although they never carried things to such extremes as is pictured, Andi Braun and Paul Jacobsen were unquoj lion ably the “class rowdies” of the Class of ’60. llest Dressed: Jim Elam. Gretchen deWinter. Class Roudies: Paul Jacobsen, Andi Braun. 32CLASS WHEELS SENIOR OFFICERS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Mike Skow, Vice-President; Edie Swanson, Secretary; Jon Korfhage, Treasurer; Dick Diercks, President. CLASS FLOWER: WHITE GARDENIA CLASS MOTTO: ONCE MAN’S MIND IS IDEA, IT CAN NEVER ORIGINAL CLASS COLORS: BLUE AND Upon reaching our long awaited Senior year, we. the class of '60 slowed down from last year’s frenzied pace and began to enjoy our seniority. Pictures and graduation announcements posed the greatest problems; but they seemed minor as compared to the difficulties we have had to contend with in the past. As the days grew numbered. each game, each dance took on a new significance for us. And graduation, the culmination of our high school days, gave us a glimpse of the future to come. Goodbye, Mound High School. 33OUR INTERNATIONA! Hanne Christensen came to us from Herning, Denmark. Characterized by her warm, friendly smile, she was a joy to all those who became acquainted with her. Hanne’s academic program included enriched eleventh grade English, speech, choir (in which she was an alto), typing, and American History. Previous to her year at Mound, Hanne had studied English for six years. During her stay she was an active member of Pep Club, supporting all athletic events, as well as a member of the German Club. Hanne fights over a card with her American sister, Anita Engstrom, in a game All set for a day of school of Canasta. 34FRIENDSHIP GREW Mr. Cove explains our idea of equity to Peter. As varied as a spectrum, “Pete” Schappi and his many abilities and interests proved as interesting to us as we to him. From Zurich, Switzerland, Pete came to us as an accomplished violinist and linguist with a knowledge of German, French, Latin, Italian, and English, which he had studied one year previous to his stay in Mound. Here his classes included American History, speech, hand, and enriched junior English. He made his home with the Leslie Jensens whose son, John, was also a senior. Hanne and Peter gave us all an understanding and some insight into the European way of life. But, moreover, we made friendships with them, some of which will span the ocean when they return to Denmark and Norway. Mr. Coulter demonstrates the micro-projector to Peter. Pete cuts a big piece of the birthday cake the senior class gave him. So long, Hanne and Peter-—Mound High will long remember you. 35We’ll Always Remember . . . JJUNIORS PLAN This year we, the Juniors, have had our most active year. Our goal was the Prom; to attain it we sponsored car washes in the summer and soc-hops after the home games. Our class play, “Meet Me in St. Louis,” gave us a healthy boost towards our quota and this, coupled with class dues and last year's balance, gave us our desired $1500. Aside from the above project, we constructed a Homecoming float, using the slogan “Percolate Park." CLASS OF ’61 ROW 1: B. Rolstad, P. Uhlin, S. Suelter, J. Widell, K. Ressler, M. Reinitz, G. Streatcr. ROW 2: J. Scot!, L. Strand, A. Sparr man. S. Stark. M. Ryan, K. Watson. ROW 3: K. Zophi, M. Schup, I). Stickney, G. Sideras. B. Sterne. W. Rietz, C. Williams, ROW 4: L. Sohns, J. Schaiblc, D. Scpncr, R. Sorenson, C. Schneider, R. Yule. ROW 5: S. Williams, J. Simar, R. Stenquist, H Sohns, J. Winp. B. Zubert, J. Taylor. ROW 6: R. Schopmcycr, K. Schivonc, R. Uner, W. Schopmcyer, B. Weiland, B. Rascxi H. Rodewald, M. Reid. 38“PARISIAN HOLIDAY” ROW 1: D. Larson, S. Scliervcn, S. Putt, S. Hosficld, J. Monteith, S. Hardina, M. Rydcll, J. LindclI. ROW 2: P. Kencfick, C. ryeterson, F. Ohman. S. Jenson, J. Peterson, C. Hodge, J. Lange. ROW 3: P. Light, L. Oslund, J. Kiffer, C. Peterson, J. Lally, J. Moline, F. Loehrs. ROW 4: D. Lemke, J. I irson. B. Hofstedt, J. Hahn, W. Knutson, J. Krause, T. Kunzc. ROW 5: T. Kowal, K. Primcau, J. Osell, A. Owens, T. Hendrickson, E. Koenig, J. Neitge, R. Monson. ROW 6: B. Horgan, J. Hall, J. Henning, M. Mohn. W. McLaughlin. E. Johnson, C. Monson, B. Maxfield, D. Lange. CLASS OF ’61 ROW 1: P. Draj er, J. Dealing, N. Davis, P. Anderson, L. Bowman. J. Coffee, J. Beirsdorf. ROW 2: J. Groves, M. Foss, P. Davis, B. Allen, H. Adams, S. Blataheim, L. Anderson. ROW 3: S. Fenton, K. Babcock, K. Finley, L. Gullistel, J. Clausen. J. Donahue, K. Faulkner, J. Bee. ROW i: E. Funk, G. Baker, B. Frahm, J. Benson, J. Beck, G. Blatzheim, P. Farley. ROW 5: P. Fitzgibbons, B. Ehalt, B. Elkin, R. Bortz, D. Grofcsik, M. Falk, D. Adams, J. Abraham. ROW 6: V. Anderson, G. Dresden, H. Grimm, G. Guctz-knw. D. Ameson, M. Cocttsche, R. Goodwater, R. Bixby, D. Boll. 39SOPHS BUILD We, the sophomores, have had an exciting experience upon entering high school. We not only made new friends hut became acquainted with a new administration. Our Homecoming float won, for the second time in a row, the coveted Sir Pep. This year we began to raise money for our project of next year, the Prom. Dues, which were two dollars, gave us a good start which we followed by several dances and, in the Spring, a class party. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Bill Weeks, Vice-President; Bev Johnson, Secretary; Mary Dunsheath, Treasurer; Suzy Smith, President CLASS OF ’62 ROW 1: K. Carlson. E. Clark, J. Barker, J. Forde, C. Cronberg, C. Callup. M. Caswell, M. Fenstermaker. ROW 2: C Brown, M. David. K. Brockert, E. Enevold, K. Correll, M. Cordon. L. Farnham, J. Coodale. ROW 3: J. Bolden, S. Cast, M. Corl, M. Dunsheath. J. Diercks, N. Braun, M. Emery, B. Custafson, K. Fisher. ROW 4: C. Carlson, C. Dollar, J. Boxell, B. Gorman, C. Grimm. J. Dremann, J. Goetzman, D. Dalton, S. Eugster, B. Baldwin. ROW 5: L. Emery, M. Dittrich, D. Chemberlin, B. Anderson. R. Davis, B. Blood, D. Cozzi, C. Blood, M. Bosnia. ROW 6: R. Drahos, J. Gleason, R. Batdorf, D. Dapkus, R. Janke, D. Creasy, D. Boynton, P. DeNio, P. Geargen, D. Grimm. 40 JROW 1: L. Olson, K. McNeal, K. Nee, B. Mackey, A. Lippert, N. Hatcher, C. Jones, N. Kiffer, K. Jacobson, J. Long. ROW 2: M. Measick, K. Iverson, S. Odrnark, P. Oestreich, B. Morrison, B. Johnson, M. Nutter, K. Larson, S. Neitge. ROW 3: T. Mcrnick, H. McKinney, M. Higgins, D. Janke, J. Gunderson, S. Johnson, S. Lundquist, M. Krueger. ROW 4: T. Hawley, R. Janke, J. Kust, M. Liebrenx, A. Maas, J. Johnson, B. Lcnr, G. Larson, R. Mader. ROW 5: D. LeGault, B. Jerdcc, D. Larson, L. Olson. F. Matachek. D. Larson, B. Hagberg, S. Olson. ROW 6: T. Hcdberg, D. lilies, P. Husted, P. Elam, B. Olson, D. Huff, C. Maas, T. Miller. CLASS OF ’62 ROW 1: A. Tweedy, K. Welch, S. Porter, S. Rieger, K. Shortley, S. Plumadore, P. Sheldon, M. Rietz. ROW 2: T. Parle, K. Pamo, J. Soderlund, J. Schrocdcr, L. Susag, S. Rice, D. Steinberger, J. Yule. ROW 3: S. Vollrath, R. Cox, A. Putt, L. Super, R. She]strum, J. Swanson, S. Peterson, R. VonEnde. ROW 4: C. Walton, D. Pcrkkio, K. Perbix, D. Steincamp, P. Shortley, J. Skow, J. Stickney, D. Ziegler, R. Ryan. ROW 5: J. Watson, L. Sathcr, S. Smith, J. Stromberg, P. Theobald. J. Tronrude, H. Williams, E. Schmidt. ROW 6: D. Tweedy, L. Volby, B. Waudby, R. Schuler, R. Williamson, G. Pelkey, F. Rector, M. Voorhees, R. Rauschendorfer. ROW 7: J. Von Eschcn, D. Engclking, G. VonEschcn, B. Younglove, J. Taylor, D. Stahlke, R. Dressel, J. Thomas, L. Parker, W. Dark. 41ACADEMICS PREPARE “And above all. to thine own self be true.” This line from Shakespeare will probably bring back fond memories of senior English and all the hours spent reading and interpreting the lore of Shakespeare, and specifically that of The Tragedy of Macbeth and Hamlet. Also read was The Pearl by John Steinbeck and a great deal of English literature. This was interspersed with vocabulary, spelling, grammar, book reports, and. in the enriched class, a bit of philosophy. After the first few weeks of school. Mr. Wachal decided to have his classes speak only German. While the first year class stuck mainly to grammar, the second year 'Deutschers read stories in German and then translated them into English. Problems—problems—problems! By the end of the year, the social classes were well acquainted with solutions to human problems but were probably confused with their new knowledge of government. 42FUTURE CITIZENS A class which always started out with a bang, literally speaking, was typing, which required dexterous fingers co-ordinated with a dexterous mind. Three thumbs, two fingers, a toe and an elbow—this is the feeling a beginning typist first had. The harder one tried for accuracy, the more mistakes one made. This year there were five different typing classes. After learning the fundamentals during the first nine-weeks period, typing students learned business letter and manuscript construction. and continuously strived to develop speed and accuracy. The operation of business machines such as the chemical duplicator was one of the phases of office practice. Students were assigned to a teacher and acted as secretaries for nine weeks. No matter what field nj plans on entering, bookkeeping is a beneficial course. Offering a basic knowledge of all bookkeeping systems, it is not only educational hut interesting as well, for one learns how the inside of a business functions. Responsible for the calendars in the front hall and the displays in the showcase was this year’s art class, who did everything from sculpture to oil painting. 43ENRICHED COURSES Axiom, theorem, postulate — these are some of the terms which were used in plane geometry. Instructed by Mr. Schulte and Mrs. Hanson figures such as triangles, circles, and trapezoids were studied. One wouldn't think that solid geometry and trigonometry could he “fun” classes, but students who enrolled in these courses discovered that mathematics can be fascinating. Students worked with Mr. Schulte on problems in elementary calculus. The informal basis on which the class was run created a willingness to absorb the information. Formulas, graphs, worksheets, tests, and math games were all a part of advanced algebra. To those who took it. there was nothing quite so rewarding as to be able to work out a problem correctly. The course was not only designed to teach advanced algebra but to develop the student's reasoning powers and sense of self-discipline. Practical mathematics, two sections of which were taught by Mr. Brandenburg, was a review of seventh grade math up to and including elementary algebra. 44PROVIDE CHALLENGE Live snakes and rabbits, a stuffed “rogues gallery,” and a frozen owl in his refrigerator; this is Mr. Coulter’s biology room in which frogs and grasshoppers and occasional cats are dissected. Among other things, students covered the Plant and Animal Kingdoms and a unit in conservation. Students who enrolled in physics studied light, heat, energy, force, motion, electricity, waves, and refraction. They also encountered many new and interesting machines such as the oscilloscope and the micro-projector. Mr. Nielsen’s enriched class participated in the program of the Physical Science Study Committee. I nder Mr. Nielsen and Mr. Coulter, chemistry students spent approximately 10% of class time in the laboratory. This proved an invaluable experience in putting chemical principles to use. Such units were covered as oxygen, hydrogen, the sodium family, and the halogens. The program was supplemented with classroom demonstrations and films. 45IN MEMORIAM47QUEEN CAROLESenior Princess Merrilce Margaret from ihe House of Mattson. Junior Attendant Susan Marie from the House of Fenton. Sophomore Attendant Mary Susan from the House of Smith. H 0 M E C 0 M I N G 1 9 5 9 Senior Princess Diana Marie from the House of Mounsey. Junior Attendant Linda from the House of Speaker. Sophomore Attendant Beverly Carol from the House of Johnson. 49womarnm; 9 Queen Sausage ring adorns head of German Club Queen.KEPT US BUSY German Club coach and the referee in a heated argument. A song was dedicated to the 1959 Queen, “A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes” The Dehutones sang “Autumn Leaves." 5iSTUDENTS PORTRAY Couple dances to the music provided by disc jockey, Dan Anderson. Everyone helped themselves to cookies and punch. Ahh-h—just one more!! Sore feet pose a problem to one couple. Foreign exchange student, Peter Scluippi, and his date converse. 52Mary and Joseph view the Christ Child. CHRISTMAS PAGEANTRY Once again the pageantry of the nativity was presented in conjunction with the choir. The “windows" were directed by Marcia Hedin and faculty member, Pearl K. Edlund. Seniors Carolyn Kolar and Dave Eiss portrayed Mary and Joseph; other participants included Sara Hayes, Judy Jensen, Tom Erickson, Don Osell, Bev Crawford. John Foster, and Gary Carlson. Bob Ehalt, Marilyn Liebrenz, Julie Diercks, and Jim Kiffer assisted production wise. Narrators, Ann Lessclyong and Dick Diercks. Carols from other lands and Fred Waring’s “Song of Christmas ' were the choir’s contributions to Christmas. Kathy Gill accompanied. Soloists included Kit Finley, Jan Herman. Sue Duehn, Kathie Williams, and Dennis Christensen. A quartet comprised of Judy L. Peterson, Sharon Husted, Kip Legault, and Jon Korfhage was featured. The Debutones and Trio also sang. The Three Kings ’ V ( The Song of ChristmasST. LOUIS, 1904 THE SMITH FAMILY MIL SMI III Cliris Munson IDA BOOTHBY Kathy Hurley MRS. SMITH Faye Ohmann JOHN SHEPHARD ___________ Ron Monson ROSE Karen Babcock LUCILLE PENTARD Lucie Gailistel ESTHER Sally Scherven MR. DOGIE Marvin Falk AGNES . Sue Hosfield KATIE Elaine Funk TOOTIE Pat Anderson MRS. WAUGHOP Anne Sparrman LON Dick Bortz MR. DUFFY Jim Beck GRANDPA PROPHATER Ken Schivone FRED GREGORY Doug Boll “Meet Me in St. Louis,” written by Sally Benson, was presented by the Junior Class on November 13 and 14. The play was set in St. Louis in the spring of 1904, just before the opening of the World's Fair. The plot revolved around the Smith family and the decision of Mr. Smith to move to New York City to take a better paying job. Rose. Esther, Agnes, Tootie, and Lon, the Smith children, don’t want to leave their home, so they manage to have their father fired. Everything is worked out. however, and the play draws to a happy conclusion. 54SCENE FOR PLAY Tootle, dejected by the prospect of moving Lucille vamps John and Lonnie It’s an awfully hard letter." “And, an' he chipped my tooth!!BAND BLOWS ROW 1: M. Mattson, M. Hcdin, A. Sparmian, T. Hendrickson, B. Gustafson. ROW 2: L. Olson. S. Thompson, G. Carlson. Jorgensen, K. Babcock, D. Christy, J. Thomas, D. Tweedy, S. Peterson. ROW 3: A. Engstrom, M. Rydell, C. Hodge, A. Tweedy Nee, L. Anderson, K. Iverson, J. Beck, B. Hagbcrg, D. Kroll, L. Olson, G. Dahl, M. Skow, G. Nowack. ROW 4: R. Amcson Taylor, M. Liebrenz, S. Nichols, J. Ford, M. Bottenfield, S. Hayes, M. Messick, K. Carlson, Mr. Skow, P. Schappi, B. Lcnz Rasch. S. Cork Majorettes: Kay Carlson and Martha Gary Dahl. Cary Nowack, and Jim Chambers in a cornet sectional. Mcssick.BIG BLASTS 1: k. McNeal, J. Monteith. M. Corl, S. Odmark, B. Nickish, S. Liu. ROW 2: K. Kromcr. M. Reinitz, R. VonEnde, J. Schaitile, rnnberg, H. Hillirr. L. Olson, J. Skow, B. Crawford. ROW 3: J. Chambers, I). Dalton. R. Olson, C. Grofcsik. I). Chemberlin, elson, V. Anderson, G. Trovall, S. Eugster, B. Weeks, I). Hagberg. J. Mettick, M. Goettsche, B. Memik, J. Maas, 1). F.iss. 4: J. Williamson, D. Grofcsik, M. Dunsheath, L. Farnham, L. Susag, B. Jensen, B. Morgan. Mr. Skow directs the band in its daily rehearsals. Band Director and Band President in conference. 57COUNCILS, OFFICERS Homecoming, the Parade of Band: and Pop Concerts, and a tour to Fargo North Dakota, were the main events ir this year’s concert band’s schedule. The band, directed by Myron Skow, financed their tour and in creased their new uniform fund by selling magazine subscriptions, sponsoring movies and bake-sales, and giving concerts throughout the year. In addition to this, the band provided halftime entertainment during the football and basketball games as well as a pep squad for the pep fests. BAND OFFICERS: Verlia Anderson, Vice-President; Gary Carlson, Treasurer; Bill Hillier, Secretary; Mike Skow, President. BAND BAND COUNCIL—HOW 1: Morrilce Malison, Bill Hillier, Marte Rydeli, Sue Thompson. ROW 2: Mike Skow, Lee Olson. Steve Corl, Bill Horgan. ROW 3: Gerry Nowack, Gary Carlson, Roger Nelson, Verlin Anderson. 58LEAD BAND, CHOIR “With a song in their hearts” and feeling “younger than springtime,” choir members toured Madison, Wisconsin, in April. The tour was financed by the sale of candy bars and proceeds from their annual ham dinner and various concerts. Under the baton of Robert Hotvet, the choir enjoyed many new experiences, such as singing in foreign languages. Among other things, the choir made a long-playing high fidelity recording of “The Song of Christmas” which was put on sale. CHOIR OFFICERS: Herman Sohns, Vice-President; Kathie Williams, Secretary; Pat Husted, Treasurer; A1 Grieshaber, President. CHOIR CHOIR COUNCIL—ROW 1: Herman Sohns, Sue Fenton, Kathy Gill, Suzy Smith, Richard Bortz. ROW 2: A1 Grieshaber, J«n Korfhage, Kathie Williams, Dennis Christensen, Pat Husted. 59CHOIR EXPERIENCED ROW 1: J. Rokutuni, J. Koehn, L. Halvorsen, M. David, J. Schroeder, M. Gordon, J. Herman, K. Williams, P. Light, K Finley, S. Fenton, K. Kromcr. ROW 2: S. Putt, J. Peterson, L. Westermann, B. Allen, S. Riegger, K. Davis, C. Zoldahn. J Donahue, J. Clausen, D. Grimm. ROW 3: E. Enevold, P. Uhlin, J. Dealing, S. Hardina, C. Gallup, J. Goetzman, B. Anderson, H Sohns, L. Lcmmcrman. J. Elam. ROW 4: R. Davis, R. Williamson, A. Cricshaber, S. Lacncy, P. Husted, R. Bortz, D. Christen et J. Korfhage. The Trio rehearses with Mr. Hotvet. The choir practices for the Pop Concert. 60VARIED ACTIVITIES IrOW 1: L Oslund, A. Lipped, D. Creasy, S. Smith, S. Duehn, E. Swanson. C. Armstrong, K. Krake, S. Husted, J. Swanson, IS. Dalton. ROW 2: K. Gill, J. Krotzer, H. Christensen. J. Lange, J. Johnson. J. Tronrud, P. Pelkey, J. Scott, J. Lemke, J. Coffee. IROW 3: P. Elam, R. Drahos, K. Pcrbix, E. Schmidt. S. Rice, C. Peterson, S. Plumadore, B. Kuka, M. Hotvet. ROW 4: J. Ger-iierding, H. Crimm, D. Jerdee, J. Wing, J. Wilson, R. Monson, J.'Iaylor, D. LeGault. Director. Robert Hotvet The Debutones: Mimi Cordon, Kathie Williams Sue Fenton, Kathy Gill, Edie Swanson, Ann Lipped.KOW 1: M. Muttson, S. Liu, K. Gill, Mr. Mendel, E. Swanson, S. Hosfield, J. Schwalbe. ROW 2: K. McNeal, L. Susag, I). Christy, M. Gordon, S. Odmnrk, B. Kuka. ROW' 3: K. Krake, S. Putt, A. Sparrman, S. Scherven, J. Herman, K. Williams, S. Vorderbruggen. ROW 4: A. Les«dyong, K. Finley, S. Thompson, G. deWinter, S. Duehn. M. Hedin. C. Armstrong. ROW' 5: L. Oslund. J. Rudnicki, G. Grofcsik, A. Engstrom. S. Hayes, G. Carlson, D. Diercks. MOHIAN Lists . . . schedules . . . deadline . . . pictures . . . Haga Photography . . . make-up . . . 25-hour day . . . retakes . . . deadline . . . hills . . . buttons . . . “Better send a Taylor gram . . . nightly drugstore hamburgers . . . deadline . . . strewn pictures . . . banging typewriter . . . wrestling room odor from across the hall . . . rewriting . . . debits and credits . . . deadline . . . cropping . . . proofs . . . deadline . . . deadline . . . deadline . . . aaaaaaaahhhhhhh!!! 62MEMORY BOOK Marcia Hedin and Jan Herman crop pictures for the academic section. Mr. Mendel checks copy sheets before shipping. (.°py and last minute pages are prepared by staff members. Huttons, anyone??? Mr. Miller plans a sports layout. Co-editors rushing to meet March deadline. 63SIGNAL STAFF RECOK ROW 1: C. Jones, P. Anderson, C. Kolar, Mr. Wachal, D. Diercks, S. Duehn, B. Crawford. ROW 2: K. Resslcr, C. Maas, S. Liu, D. Christy, R. Marsh, K. Krakc, J. Monteith. ROW 3: M. Rydell, L. Speaker, J. Lcmke, H. Williams, B. Lefaivc, S. Thompson, D. Janke. ROW 4: K. Finley, A. Lesselyong, M. Hcdin, K. Gill, S. Hayes, B. Hofstedt. ROW 5: J. Rudnicki, J. Hall, D. Divine, S. Corl, J. Swedlund, B. Robinson, J. Korfhage. SMOKE SIGNAL The Smoke Signal, the official publication of Mound High School, was under the direction of Co-Editors Carolyn Kolar and Dick Diercks. A total of nine issues were published. Readers saw “The Little Professor,” a cartoon drawn by Sally Liu, and the poll, supervised by Pat Anderson, become regular features. A majority of the copy was composed by the journalism class, which also helped headline-wise. ‘The real credit, however,” stated R. S. Wachal, advisor, “goes to Carolyn and Dick for the paper’s success.” 64{RENT SCHOOL EVENTS Co-editors and poll editor converse. Jon Korfhage. sports editor, and reporters. «• m c ass address Smoke Signals Members of the journalism class to be sent out. k_DEUTSCHERS’, WETBACKS’ ROW 1: K. McNeal, S. Hosfield, N. Kilfer, J. Soderlund, Mr. Wachal, 5. Rice, L. Susag, M. Cordon. ROW 2: D. Christy, S. Liu, P. Oestreich, A. Sparrman, L. Gallistel, K. Finley, C. Kolar. ROW 3: C. Norquist, R. Marsh, S. Cast, D. Lemke, R. Segner, C. Armstrong, R. Lcfaivc. ROW 4: B. Rolstad, J. Lange, H. Christensen. M. Hedin, A. Engstrom, S. Eugster, D. Larson, R. Rauschendorfer. ROW 5: J. Kiffcr, R. Davis, T. Hedberg, B. Andesron, B. Frahm, D. Lemke, F. Rector, B. Weeks, D. Chem-berlain. ROW 6: C. Nowack, C. Carlson, B. Schopmeyer, B. Schopmcyer, J. Foster, D. Schivone, C. Monson, M. Reid, T. Miller, P. Schappi. GERMAN CLUB German Club, a rapidly growing organization, offered a program c-f varied and interesting activities for it § members to participate in. Under Pres • dent Gary Carlson, many memben viewed a German movie in Minneapolis. An evening of caroling followed by t party at Ann Sparrman’s was amon g the projects, as well as a dinner fe. • turing German foods on January 9. Taking an active part in Homecon • ing festivities, “Deulschers” built i float with the slogan, “Wir Kryen un 1 Wcepen fur der Birts.” Joining wit t the Spanish Club, they presented the Homecoming show following the co • onation. 66 GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS: Dennis Chemberlain, Vice-President; Lucie Gallistel, Secretary; Sally Liu, Treasurer; Gary Carlson, President.RIVALRIES INCREASED ROW 1: D. Singer, J. Kokutani, S. Schervcn, Mr. Macias, S. Putt, J. Lindcll, P. Sheldon, J. Coffee. ROW' 2: S. Hardina, J. Dealing, K. Ressler, K. Shortlcy, L. Olson, S. Porter, B. Crawford, K. Krate. ROW' 3: J. Peterson, A. Sparrman, M. Rydell, L. Strand, J. Groves, P. Uhlin, J. Wood, J. Bee. P. Light. ROW 4; J. Clausen, M. Rcinitz, S. Stark, L. Anderson, L. Famham, J. Swanson, R. VonEnde, D. Lange, S. Johnson. ROW 5: S. Peterson, J. Diercks, S. Thompson, G. dcWinter, K. Babcock, A. Lippcrt, M. Dunsheath, K. Gill, S. Smith. ROW 6: E. Funk, L. Oslund, J. Beck, Sf. Falk, J. I-arson, F. Matachek, R. Mon-son, K. Zophi, R. Uncr. ROW 7: B. Hofstedt, R. Bortz, J. Thomas, B. Morgan, P. Schappi, D. Arneson, B. Olson, J. Foster, B. Maxfield, D. Diercks. SPANISH CLUB Spanish Club members spent a (unpacked year, doing everything from caroling in Spanish to dining at the German Club buffet supper. Homecoming proved to be a very busy time for the organization as they took part in the skit and entered a car in the parade. Other projects included the presentation of a play at the AFS Fiesta and the Spanish Club dinner, which was catered by La Casa Coronado, a Spanish restaurant in St. Paul. The menu included tacos, tamales, enchiladas, and arroz. SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS: Sue Thompson, Vice-President; Kathi Krake, Secretary; John Foster, Treasurer; Kathy Gill, President. 67STUDENTS ENGAGE IN ROW 1: P. Farley, Mr. Gulhrandson, D. Diercks, K. Babcock. ROW 2: A. Lesselyong, M. Falk, M. Liebrcnz. ROW 3: 1). Oscll, P. Schappi, T. Erickson. J. Korfhage. DEBATE M- CLUB ROW 1: G. Erdman. B. Rosch, V. Anderson, D. Lange, D. Eiss, D. Kroll. ROW 2: B. Hillier, A. Owens, D.- Bryce, L. Olson, G. Baker, B. Memik, M. Skow. ROW 3: A. Griesbabcr, I). Hagberg, M. Mohn, B. Rasch, G. Rapp, T. Kowal, M. Boi ten field. ROW 4: D. Christensen, P. Jacobson, J. Elam, S. Corl, T. Miller, D. Divine. ROW 5: T. Erickson, J. Korfhage, R. Nelson. B. Maxfield, J. Swedlund. J. Adams, J. Jensen. 681 ATHLETICS, ARGUING HOW 1: C. Norquist, J. Swanson, J. Widell, C. Reitz, D. Cressy, S. Hayes, S. Smith, Mrs. Quibell, M. Mattson. C. Gronbcrg, I . Theobald, S. Blatzhcim. ROW 2: K. Carlson, E. Clark, J. Ford, M. Fenstcrmaker, J. Long, P. Sheldon, K. McNeal, M. Mcssick, N. Kiffer, L. Olson. ROW 3: B. Lcfaive, K. Nee, M. Corl, S. Johnson. M. Rydeli, L. Gallistel, S. Neitgr, K. Carlson. M. Foss, J. Schrocdcr, K. Shortley. ROW 4: K. Babcock, P. Oestreich, S. Porter, K. Correll, E. Encvold, J. Koehn, L. Susag, S. Rice, S. Lundquist, C. Starr, T. Mernik. ROW 5: D. Holste, J. Jensen, S. Duehn. J. Schroeder, C. Nichols, K. Fischer, J. Gunderson. D. Steinberger, J. Lemke, J. Diercks, B. Johnson. ROW 6: L. Johnson, A. Braun, C. drWinter, M. I-iebrenz, M. Dunsheath, M. Gordon, L. Farnham, J. Stromberg, B. Morrison, J. McCurdy. ROW 7: K. Johnson. B. Cressy, A. Engstrom. K. Kromcr, L. Parker, L. Sather, B. Gustafson, L. Oalund, A. Lippert, A. Lesselyong. I.. Speaker. G.A.A. INTRAMURAL ROW 1: D. Palmer, J. Messick. G. Erdman. L. Olson, M. Skow, D. Kroll. B. Rosch, B. Hillier. ROW 2: B. Mernik, D. Schaibie, P. Farley, G. Streater. B. Hofstedt. J. Taylor, J. Simar, J. Krause, B. Knudson. ROW 3: S. Williams, T. Kowa), I). Maxwell. H. Sohns. A. Owens. B. Ehalt. G. Trovall. J. Hall. ROW 4: D. Bryc J. Williamson. B. Dolder. R. Pollock, D. Divine. D. Hagberg, D. Jerdee, P. Jacobson, S. Corl. ROWr 5: G. Rapp. T. Miller. R. Ameson. J. Jensen, J. Kelly, J. Swed-lund. B. Maxfield. J. Adams, G. Guetzkow, J. Gcrberding. 69PEPSTERS CHEER HOW 1: J. Coffee, S. Hosficld, C. Brown. P. Sheldon, N. Kiffer, M. Messik, K. Shortly, L. Olson, J. Rokutuni. ROW 2: J. Montcith, K. Ressler, C. Gronherg, S. Scherven, K. McNcal, Mrs. Quibell, E. Swanson. K. Gill, K. Hurley, K. Johnson. ROW 3: J. Dealing, S. ilardina, P. Draper. N. Hatcher, C. Jones. E. Clark, K. Carlson, J. Long, M. Reitz, M. Fenstermakcr, C. Gibson. ROW 4: J. Schwalbe, S. Ncitgc, M. Caswell, S. Jensen, J. McFarland, K. Voorhccs, S. Blatzhcim, J. Beirersdorf, C. Gallup. B. Crawford, S. Liu. ROW 5: J. Peterson, N. Stelling, J. Love, B. Milhradt, S. Husted, P. Davis, A. Sparrman, B. Allen, S. Dalton, S. Putt, M. Mattson. ROW 6: C. Maas, S. Runman, B. Mackey, K. Nee, F. Ohmann, J. Donahue, C. Pelkey, L. Speaker, M. Rydcll, J. Widell, B. Lefaive. ROW 7: P. Pelkey, S. Rice, B. Coleman, S. Rciger, P. Oestrcich, S. Porter, J. Koehn, C. Starr, T. Mernik, B. Kuka, J. Lindell. ROW 8: J. Jensen, C. Armstrong, K. Williams, S. Odmark, K. Iverson, S. Fenton, P. Light. L. Callistel, M. Corl, L. Susag, S. Plumadore. PEP CLUB ROW 1: B. Cressy, J. McCurdy, D. Mounsey, A. Braun. K. Krake, P. llhlin, L. Jorgensen, B. Nickish. ROW 2: E. Enevold, K. Correll, J. Lemke, J. Herman, L. Halvorscn, J. Stralcy, S. Johnson. J. Clausen. ROW 3: S. Duehn, S. Cast, K. Fischer, I. . Anderson, S. Stark, J. Lange, M. Reinitz, J. Wood, C. Norquist. ROW 4: M. Hedin, B. Johnson, J. Diercks, S. Peterson, M. Nutter, V. Holland, P. Hayes, D. Steinburger, K. Watson, B. Morrison. ROW 5: P. Kust, L. Johnson, H. Christensen, S. Thompson, C. Kolar, A. Maas, R. Von Ende, H. Williams, C. Jacobson. ROW 6: J. Strombcrg, M. Cordon, L. Famham. J. Swanson. W. Smith, J. Bee, J. Peterson, K. Babcock. A. Lcsselyong, G. dcWinter. ROW 7: K. Kromcr, S. Hayes. A. Engstrom, L. Parker, D. Cressy, L. Oslund, S. Smith. M. Dunsheath, A. Lippcrt, L. Sather, P. Theobald. 70TEAM TO VICTORY The Pep Club, open to all girls interested, initiated over fifty new members this year. The purpose of the Pep Club is to create and heighten school spirit. The organization did this by yelling at the pep fests and athletic contests. Sponsoring the Sadie Hawkins Day Dance was its chief project of the year. The girls invited the boys; no couple was admitted that wasn’t attired “Dogpatch” fashion. PEP CLUB OFFICERS: Barb Cressy, President; Merrilee Mattson, Secretary; Lenorc Johnson. Treasurer; Pat Skindelien, Vice-President. Happy shrieks follow a basket by the Mohawks. 71TEAMS SPIRITED "A" Squad Cheerleaders: Bunny Allen, Pat Light, Sue Fenton, Suz Putt, Sue Hosfield. CHEERLEADERS SQUAD Captain: Sue Fenton Bunny Allen Sue Hosfield Pat Light Suz PuttBY CHEERLEADERS Hockey Cheerleaders: Sandc Dalton, Linda Speaker, and Sally Liu. “B" Squad: Lynn Susag, Molly Fenstcrmakcr, Kathy Me Neal, Lynn Farnham, Kay Carlson. 73COUNCIL PROVIDES GOVERNMENT The Student Council, led by A1 Grieshaber, saw a very active year. It sponsored many dances, among them Homecoming and Valentine’s Day. Following the constitution adopted last year, the council worked toward fair student government. Working with them as honorary members were AFS’ers Hanne Christensen and Peter Schappi from Denmark and Switzerland, respectively. The major dispute of the year for the Council was over official school colors—maroon and gold, maroon and white, or red and white? At the time of the yearbook’s printing, the decision had not been reached. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Sue Hosfield, Vice-Presi-dent; Lynn Susag, Secretary; Dave Eiss, Treasurer; A1 Grieshaber, President. STUDENT COUNCIL ROW 1: L. Susag, S. Hosfield, A. Grieshaber, D. Eiss. ROW 2: Mr. Gimmestad, C. Gibson, M. Kydell, J. Diercks, K. Babcock. ROW 3: S. Fenton, H. Christensen, J. Johnson, S. Eugstcr. ROW 4: B. Hillier, M. Skew, B. Weeks, P. Schappi, D. Boll ROW 5: D. Hagberg, G. Carlson, T. Miller, C. Monson, J. Elam. 74FOOTBALL TEAM ROW 1: R. Goodwater, T. Kowal. B. Hillicr, G. Baker. J. Schaible, J. Hall. L. Sohns. ROW 2: K. Schivonc, S. William , C. Munson. A. Grieshabcr, J. Swedlund, D. Chrislenscn. B. Schopmeycr. S. Corl, T. Hendrickson. J. Ncitgc. ROW 3: Coach Hadden. Coach Gove. T. Miller. D. Divine. B. Maxfield. B. Weiland. V. Anderson. J. Korfhage, D. Eiss, J. Elam, G. Rapp, B. Rasch. “A” SQUAD “B” SQUAD ROW 1: B. Anderson. D. Engelking, R. Schultz, T. Hawley, D. lilies, J. Stork, S. Olson, J. Taylor, J. Goetzman. M. Dili-rick. I . Elam, I . Husted. M. Gorman. ROW 2: Mr. Simondet, T. Miller, R. Rcndahl. D. Huff, A. Getty, S. Lacney, B. Weeks, D. Dulton. I). LeGault, K. Kromer, J. VonEschen. 76EISS SELECTED Bill Hillier Halfback Tim Miller Center Head Coach Boh Gove and Assistant Coach Russ Hadden diagram a play. Mound's football team had a record of four wins and five losses. Final standings found the Mohawks in sixth place in the Lake Conference, after having been rated on the bottom at the season’s opening. Dave Eiss was selected as the most valuable player of the squad by his teammates. Mound's quarterback. Dave also received an honorable mention on the All-Conference team. Jeff Swcdlund, co-captain Guard ‘MOST VALUABLE’ Cary Baker Hu!I back Dennis Christensen Guard Bob Maxfield Tackle A1 Crieshaber Guard Steve Corl Fullback Brad Rasch Tackle L Dave Eiss All-Conference Most Valuable Player 79BASKETBALL TEAM ROW 1: C. Carlson. B. Memik, I). Eiw, D. Christensen, M. Bot ten field. ROW 2: J. Hall, D. Lange, V. Anderson. R. Nelson. J. Korfhuge. “A”SQUAD “B” SQUAD ROW 1: I). Dalton. E. Schmidt, R. Muder, T. Hendrickson. G. Baker. D. lilies, H. Sohns, B. Frahm. ROW 2: C. Williams, R. Schultze, R. Rendahl. K. Kromer, G. VonEschen. H. Grimm, T. Miller. S. Lacney. 8081MOHAWKS TRAVEL Dave Lange Forward Assistant Coach Don Reimcr with Head Coach Russ Hadden Dennis Christensen Guard Cary Carlson Guard BUI Memik Guard Dave Eiss, Captain and All-Conference Guard. 82 TO WILLIAMS ARENA Closing their season with nine wins and seven losses, the Mohawk basket ball team tied for third in the I.ake Conference standings. With Russ Hadden at the helm, assisted by Don Reimer. the season's highlights included the overtime win over Edina and the sudden death overtime over Robbinsdale. After concluding their regular season, the team went into district tournament play at Williams Arena, defeating Robbinsdale and Orono. Captain Dave Kiss took second in conference scoring honors and was named to the all-conference team. Jon Korfhage and Vcrlin Anderson both received honorable mentions on this same team. Jon Korfhage, Forward and All-Con- Bill Hotfield ference Honorable Mention. Forward 83WRESTLING TEAM ROW 1: I). Singer, J. Falk, G. Erdman. J. Skew. VI. Dittrich. I). Kroll. ROW 2: B. Rasch. C. Maas, P. Elam. J. Matson. M. Skow. “A”SQUAD “B”SQUAD ROW 1: M. Coffee, J. Blow. C. Conners, G. Grimm, N. Strand. C. «-u. A. Strom. J. Falk. ROW 2: T. Emery, R. Boxell. D. Boynton. J. Gerlwrding. V. Gagne, G. Hlatzlicim, M. Voorhees. C. Walton. 84ERDMAN TAKES Coach Senor Macias and Assistant Coach Fritz Soule. Jeff Mattson 175 lbs. Gary Erdinun 112 lbs. 86 Chris Maas 165 lbs. Jeff Tavlor 175 lbs.STATE AGAIN With Gary Erdman winning Ins third state wrestling championship in succession, the wrestling team had a reasonably successful season under the guidance of Lotto Macias and his assistant. Fritz Soule. The team won 6 meets and lost 5. Outstanding individuals included co-captains Mickey Skow and Erdman. and heavyweight Brad Rasch. who will he returning next year. Three Mohawk wrestlers went to the state meet at Mankato State Teachers' College: Mike Skow, Gary Erdman. and Dave kroll. Dave Kroll 138 lbs. Brad Rasch Heavyweight 87HOCKEY TEAM "A" SQUAD: B. Allen, J. Lally, J. Henning, T. Miller. M. Mohn. A. Grieshaber. P. Jacobsen, S. Eugster, V. Schneider, J. Adams, Coach Rogers. “A”SQUAD “B” SQUAD “I?" SQUAD: T. VanArsdale, J. Blombcrg, B. Morgan, L. Larson. B. Anderson. C. Farley. C. Ames, D. Dellman, W. Orn. 1). Tripplcr, D. Satlier. J. Light, D. Farnham. NOT PICTURED: L. Sohns. J. Dressel. 8889MOHAWK GOALIE 1 Mark Mohn Forward 90 John Adams ForwardALL-CONFERENCE l aul Jacoh»cn Forward Under a new coach. Dave Rogers, the hockey team bettered their last year’s record by winning 2. tying I. and losing 9. Sparked by goalie Al Greisha! er, who was named to the All-Conference team, and Mark Mohn. who received honorable mention on the same team, the Mohawk pucksters showed improvement with every game they played. Tim Miller and Creishaher were co-captains. Tim Miller Co-Captain Sieve EugMer Forward 91OLSON, NELSON ROW 1: L. Olson. M. Skow, J. Emery, Coach Haddorff. HOW 2: J. Blatzhcim, L. Olson. G. Grimm. R. Boxell. I). Waudby. CROSS COUNTRY Captain Lee Olson and Coach Haddorff discuss plans for the state meet. 92 Coached by Oscar Haddorf, the cross-country team members were often seen sprinting about the school yard. Lee Olson, who was the team’s captain, placed second in the District meet and also ran in state competition. The Mohawks scored three dual victories over Bloomington. Minnetonka, and University High School. DISTRICT MEET First Place—Robbinsdale Second Place—St. Louis Park Third Place—Hopkins Fourth Place—Edina Fifth Place—Richfield Sixth Place—Mound Seventh Place—Bloomington Eighth Place—Minnetonka Ninth Place—University High iSPORT STARS Mound racketeers, captained by Roger Nelson and coached by Boyd Meyer, placed a strong third in the district contest with Dave Kroll and Bill Morgan placing third. Nelson, who took second in the district, went on to cop third in the region and play in the state tournament. This was the first time Mound has been represented at the state tennis meet. This year marked the beginning of a new policy which makes tennis a fall and spring sport. Tennis Coach Boyd Meyer and Ifc»g Nelson. HOW 1: J. Taylor, G. Blatzheim, B. Frahm, D. Kroll. HOW 2: B. Morgan, I). Diercks, B. Schopmcyer, R. Nelson. t 93TWO SEASON GOLF Golj Couch, Don Kcimcr. Tliis year golf became a fall sport as well as a spring sport. The District Tourney was held only three weeks after the start of school, and, since the tournament is usually held in the spring, there was little time for practice. The tournament squad consisted of Gerry Nowack, Jim Beck. Dave Stickney, Pat Farley, and John Lessel-yong. Jim Beck qualified for, and participated in the Regional Tournament and was the only fall letter winner. A regular conference will be held this spring. GOLF HOW 1: J. Stickney. J. Kiffer, P. Farley. ROW 2: G. Dahl, G. Nowack, J. Beck, D. Segner. 94S 8 S s » 3 3 S 3 R 3 ® § S®8. s'-p il rf 1« ii£ llliiili iilffjMi ; J»6Eil i C-SSQQQ u u. o R sfj-" • 8 |? gi . _•1 f SSa jjjjj • tillil skkta 8 R 8 S 8 n g S I „■« , n l !?f' 5 ' to!... g 5 f ? fi = £ S Ijsjj llJ-sJ, s u • THANK YOU Dear Reader: The MOW AN is completed . . . pictures cropped, copy edited, headlines written, final deadlines met. Now that the long grind is over, we wish to take the time to express our thanks to those individuals who have assisted in the production of the yearbook. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Joe Rudnicki Garry Grofcsik John Foster Marvin Falk COPY EDITOR: Kit Finley FACULTY: Merrilee Mattson SENIORS: Gretchen deWinter ACTIVITIES: Marcia Hedin ACADEMICS: Janet Herman SPORTS: Gary Carlson INDEX: Anita Engstrom Our adviser. Mr. Mendel, has not only aided us in the fundamentals of yearbook publishing but turned photographer in time of need. Thank you also to Mrs. Bortz who was willing to listen to our every problem and to “Pete’’ whose cheery smile brightened our cellar residence. Although it is impossible to list the name and contribution of each faculty member and administrator, their cooperation and help throughout the entire year was most appreciated. And so, with our job completed, we the editors hope that your 1960 MOW AN will be a lasting remembrance of your days at Mound High School. If. in years to come, the annual will relive a memorable person, place, or event, we will feel our task has been successful. P.S. Please don’t stop reading here—our sponsors have made this yearbook financially possible. 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