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1 966 MOHIAN
Mound Senior High School Mound, Minnesota
"It is the men and women, boys and girls so poured in and out all day that give the building a soul of dreams and thoughts and memories."
Carl Sandburg "SKYSCRAPER"
Many times, a school is judged by the number of classrooms it has or the seating capacity of its auditorium. Anyone within the school knows, however, that it is the people, not the building, that make a school. Almost anyone would agree that the things he remembers most from high school are the great times he had with other students at rehearsals, games,
dances, pep fests.......
For this reason, the theme of the 1965-66 MOHIAN is student life.We will all remember Pete as a friend eager to help with the countless everyday problems of a high school.
Born in the Danish sector of Schleswig-Holstein, he attended school in Denmark until the eighth grade. Pete served in the German army until 1918. As a sailor of the Danish fleet, Pete came to America in 1919. Here he married his wife. Rose, in 1923.
Pete served his country in the US Navy from 1942 until 1945. He received battle citations as a member of the beach battalions at Okinawa, Iwo Jima, and the Philippines.
Pete’s most often quoted statement about the high school: "There arc exceptionally good kids at Mound. Every year there is another good batch.’'
Born: May 11,1 900 Died: November 27, 19G5
Advle of Contents
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classmen Page 54
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ertising.... PaE. J. BEHMLER—Principal
DR. KENNETH IVERSON—Superintendent
Administration Guides The School
DONALD BRANDENBURG—Assistant Principal and Visiting Teacher
ALLAN LIEBRENZ—Business xManagcr
Larry Morrison watches lively panel discussion. I. to r. Darlene Stewart, Greg Gagne, Trudy Johnson, Michele Patzwold
FRANCIS BABCOCK—Guidance Director and Counselor
Now with two full time counselors, more help and advice is available to the students of Mound High. Students arc now assigned to the same counselor each year. This enables the counselors to know and understand the students better— their likes, dislikes, problems, and goals. Since fifty per cent of their time is actually spent talking with the students, students arc greatly benefited by the guidance of these two men.
RICHARD DUTHLER—Administrative Assistant
Office Staff I. to r. Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs. Armstrong, Miss Boyle, and Mrs. Bortz
9Oscar Haddorff—Physical Education and Health. Athletic Kathryn Ann Lundby—Phsyical Education and Health
The Training Of The Body As Well As The Mind
SCHOOL BOARD 1. to r. SEATED—Mr. Jackson, Mr. Berry STANDING—Mr. Chcmberlin, Mr. Nelson. Mr. Ringsrcd, Mr. Cox Not pictured—Dr. Rom ness
MR. HADDORFF has always wanted to teach physical education because he is interested in sports and young people. He is advisor to M-Club.
MISS LUNDBY started out to be a nurse, but liked physical education so much she decided to teach it. She likes it at Mound because of the communication and association with the students. Miss Lundby is advisor to the Drill Team, Cheerleaders, G.A.A., and Pep Club.
10Clayton Nielson—Chemistry and Physics
Ann Ohnesorge and Mary Jo Kaplan weigh the benefits of a scientific education.
MR. NIELSON feels that "The kids arc great. What they do lack is the penetration and application and drive to see the most important thing in their education—insight. People are striving not to learn, but for grades. At best, they are coming out with only a smattering of ignorance."
MR. SCHROEDER thinks the kids at Mound are "perfectly normal.” His hobbies include fishing, hunting, and reading "all kinds of books.”
MR. ANDERSON, who originally wanted to become a typing teacher, received his Bachelor’s Degree from Augsburg. Besides advising the science club, Mr. Anderson films football and basketball games for the coaches.
Dennis Schrocder—Chemistry, Biology, Math and Science
E. Williams Anderson—Biology
IIPearl Edlund—English 11
Languages Teach Expression
Alfred Calvin—English 12 Pre-college
MR. CALVIN'S spare time is devoted to his favorite hobby, "upmanship-keeping one up on the students.” He is advisor for the Smoke Signal and N.S.P.A.
Of his first year teaching at the high school level, MR. EIDE said, "I enjoy it here because of the more mature atmosphere."
"It's interesting and challenging to be teaching in a new kind of school." MRS. EDLUND is chairman of the English department.
MR. GULBRANDSON was the stage manager for "Ghosts” at the Guthrie Theater. With much theatrical experience behind him, he is well qualified to be class play director and Thespian advisor.
Duane Eide—English 10
Donald Gulbrandson—English 12 Speech
12Gerald Esselman—English 10, speech
MR. ESSELMAN’S main hobby is reading. He is advisor for the sophomore class, debate, and declam.
"I believe it is so necessary' to speak, read, and write well to be a well-rounded person. I enjoy probing literature for interpretations of life and am hopeful that the students will apply these interpretations to their own lives.” MRS. KELLER is advisor for Girl’s Intramural sports.
Janet Keller—English 11
Senor Manuel Macias—Spanish
"I have combined my two hobbies of photography and travelling in my trips to Mexico.” MR. MACIAS is wrestling coach and Spanish Club advisor.
MRS. GREEN said, "The American students are better than I had expected. They are lively and leam quickly.” She is advisor to the German Club.
Frau Edeltraud Green—German
Melvin W. Gimmcstad—Social Problems
Donald Reimer—American History, Physical Education
MR. GIMMESTAD feels that his tenth grade history class inspired him to become a teacher. He finished writing a book in 1964, "The History of Mound to 1912." This thesis enabled him to get his Master’s Degree at Macalaster College.
John P. Blomlie—American History, World History
MR. BLOMLIE feels that the biggest advantage of a small school is that the teachers know the students’ problems. Mr. Blomlie’s interest in people led him to the teaching profession. He coaches "B" squad baseball, "B” squad basketball, and is assistant "A” squad football coach.
MR. REIMER attended Mountain Lake High School and Augsburg College. He has always wanted to be a teacher and a coach. He is the "A” squad basketball coach.
14Robert C. Gove—American History, Social Problems
Patrick M. King—World History
Sally Drake makes good use of the new library and a few spare minutes.
Originally MR. GOVE hoped to become an engineer; however, after the war he decided to teach history since he had always enjoyed the subject. He is "A" squad football coach.
MR. KING views the new school as having "many excellent features, the absence of windows doesn’t seem to make much difference.” Mr. King is a graduate of the University of Minnesota at Duluth. He is a junior class advisor.
15Preparation For The Business World
When he isn't teaching or correcting papers, MR. FOX enjoys duck hunting, golf and bowling. He is the Gun-safety Club advisor.
MR. KRAGNESS, "This year’s vocational training program, in which about twenty students are enrolled, has been very successful so far.” A graduate of the University of Minnesota, he is the secretary of PTSA and advisor to D.E. and O. Club.
Bowling, fishing, and watching sports events take up most of MR. MUTH’s spare time. "This year we have more students participating on the staff of the Mohian than in previous years. As advisor, it is interesting to compare the different groups that have worked on it.”
Robert W. Fox—Typing, Sten II. Office Practice
Gene R. Kragness—Distribution I, II, Occupational Relations
Ervin O. Muth—Sten I, Clerical Practice, Bookkeeping, Consumer Economics, Office Machines
16Math Problems Challenge The Mind
James Schulte—Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, and Trigonometry
Teaching was the natural field for MR. SIMONDET since he comes from a family of teachers. A graduate of Luther College, he is "B” squad football coach and Math Club, advisor.
MR. SCHULTE says that teaching helps him remain in constant contact with mathematics, as well as helping others enjoy and understand its structure. Mr. Schulte is advisor for the National Honor Society.
New to Mound this year, MR. WEBER likes Mound High because it is a "well organized school, with good research facilities.” Mr. Weber’s extra activities include junior varsity football and assistant hockey coaching. He is a graduate of St. Cloud State College.
Norman Simondct—Advanced Algebra, Plane Geometry
Gerald R. Weber—Elementary Algebra, Plane Geometry
17Kitchen staff J. to r. Mildred Schmidt, Elizabeth Nickish, Dorothy Johnson, Dorthea Parker, Margaret Zoldahn, Eve Poirier, Grace McCurdy, Lillian Trask
Service Personnel Maintain The Building
Custodians—J. Koecheler, A. Funk, L. Chapman, E. Ess
18Creative minds at work 1. to r. Linda Swanson, Mike Lagerquist, Pam Subby, Boyce Mohn, Andy Lutter, Kate Farley, Jan Wright
Faculty Molds Qtudents
MR. ART ERICKSON, who has just received his Master’s Degree in library science from the University, considers the library as "a greatly appreciated addition to the high school.” With 6,000 new books, 75 different magazine subscriptions, and a growing pamphlet section, the new library provides students with excellent opportunities for research.
Alta Hintz, Marge Schmidt, Darlene Boerncr—not pictured, Mrs. MorrowRobert Tcigen—Industrial Arts, Drafting, Metal Shop
MR. TEIGEN originally started out to be a sheet metal worker. He decided on Industrial Arts because it reflects his line of interest—working with his hands. He is advisor to the Junior Class.
MR. ADAMS feels that his room in the new building is "almost perfect." Advisor to the Electronics Club, stage crew, and Audio-visual coordinator, he chose teaching because it gives him the chance to work in all his fields of interest.
Herbert Olson—Drafting, and Graphic Arts
Like many teachers, MR. OLSON enjoys hunting, fishing and bowling in his spare time. He is advisor for the Graphic Arts Club.
MR. BOCKHAUS teaches Industrial Arts because he enjoys "seeing things constructed.” He feels the new facilities are an improvement over the older facilities.
Lynn Adams—Electronics, Drafting. Power Mechanics, and Electricity
Robert Hotvet—Vocal Music
Before coming to Mound this year, MR. SNESRUD was self employed as a musical arranger. He likes Mound and Mound High because, "there is a good mixture of culture with a small town atmosphere." Mr. Snesrud is a graduate of the University of Minnesota.
MRS. STOCKTON Joves "the modern facilities of the new home-ec department." She is an advisor to the junior class and the Future Homemakers of America Club.
Musical director for the operetta, and senior class advisor, MR. HOTVET became a teacher simply because he “likes kids."
MR. LAGE believes the best way to teach art appreciation is "through constructive criticism of the students’ art projects." New to Mound this year, he is advisor of the newly formed ski club.
2123CHARLES ADAMS Tevie
DARLENE ANDERSON . . . D.E. O. Club; Home Ec Club 12
MICHEALE ANDERSON Shelly . . . GAA 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Home Ec Club 11; Cheerleader 10, 12
Those Memorable Years
SUSAN ANDERSON Sue . . . Science Club 10; Mohian 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Choir 10, 11, Secretary 12; Student Council 12
STEVEN ASH Steve
PATRICK AUNE Pat .. . Class Play 11, 12
LYNN BANDH Bill . . . Pep Club 10, 11; Band 10, 11, 12; Cheerleader 10
SANDRA BATDORF Sandy . . . GAA 10, 11, 121963-1966
ROBERT BERG Bob . . . D. E. O. Club 12
LYNDA BERGLUND . . . Home Ec. Club 10, 12
STEVEN BERRY Steve... Band 10, 11; Hockey 10. 11; Intramural Basketball 11, 12
PATRICIA BICKFORD Pat . . . Home Ec. Club 12
JULIO BEIRAS . . . Class Play 12; Tennis 12; Hockey 12; President Spanish Club 12, Student Council 12; AES Student
FREDERICK BENDER Fritz . . . German Club U, 12; Band 11,12
BARBARA BENSON Barb . . . Spanish Club 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Thespians 11, 12; Choir 10, 11; D. E. 5: O. Club 12; Student Council 11
STANLEY BERRY Stan . . . Band 10, Football 10; Hockey 10, 11; Intramural Basketball 12
25RICHARD BISCHKE Dick . . . D. E. St O. Club 12; Best Dressed 12
LINDA BLOCK ... Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Choir 10; D. E. St O. Club 12
SCOTT BORG . . . Debate 10. 12; Math 10. 12; Spanish Club 10; German Club President 12; Science Club Treasurer 12
TIMOTHY BOYD Tim . . . Football 10
MARY BROOKNER . . . German Club 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Band 10, 11. 12; Class Play 11
JAMES BRYANT Jim
WILLIAM BOCKMAN Bill
BONITA BRENNER Bon-
nie . . . Spanish Club 10, 11. 12: Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Thespians 11; Art 12; Drill Team 12; Student Council 12; Homecoming PrincessPEGGY CECKA . . . GAA 10
LAUREL CLARK Laurie . . . German Club 10, 11; Pep Club 10; GAA 10
DIANE BRYCE . . . Spanish Club 10, treasurer 11; Home Ec Club 11, historian, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Thespians 11, 12; Art Club 12; Mohian 12; Homecoming Princess; Best Dressed 12
CHARLES CARLSON Chuck . . . Football 12
JAMES CHAPMAN Jim . . . M Club 10, 11, secretary treasurer 12; Student Council 10; Football co-captain 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, co-captain 12; Baseball 10. 11, 12; Most Athletic 12
BURTON CLARK Bun . . .
PAMELA CLIFFORD Pam . . . Band 10. 11, 12; Class Play 12; Pep Club 12; Spanish Club 11; D.E. O. Club 12
DIANA CLOUD . . . Choir 10, 11, council member, 12, librarian; Class Play 11, 12; Smoke Signal 10, 11, 12, exchange editor; GAA 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Thespians 10, 11, 12; Mathematics Club 10, 11, 12; Mohian 12; Homecoming Princess; Most Talented 12
SHERRY COLI: . . . Pep Club 12; Choir 11, 12; Class Play 12; Thespians 12
PAMELA COLEMAN Pam . . . Drill Team 11. captain 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Home Ec Club 10; Spanish Club 11, 12; Mohian 12; Class Play 11, 12; Thespians 11, 12
Student Council Success
THOMAS DACK Tom . . . Class Play 11; D. E. O. Club 12
DONNA DAUM ... Pep Club 12; Home Ec Club 12; Class Play 12; Smoke Signal 12
WAYNE DAVIS . . . M Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 10, 11. secretary 12; Thespians 11. secretary 12; Choir
10, 11. 12; Smoke Signal 12; Wrestling 11: Class Play 11, 12; Cross Country 10, 12; Hockey 10; Track 10, 11, 12; Intramural Basketball 11, 12
CHARLES DECKER Chuck . . . Intramural Basketball 10,
CHARLES DAVIS Charlie . . . Spanish Club 10. 11; Student Council 12; Smoke Signal 12; Track 10, 11; Thespians 11, 12; Class Play Stage Manager 11, 12; Intramural Basketball 11, 12; Mohian 12NUCCIA DEL FABBRO . . . Mohian 12; Thespians 12; Pep Club 12; Student Council 12
STEVEN DELTON Steve
JOCK DERRY . . . M Club 11, 12; Cross Country 11; Student Council 10; Hockey 10, 11, 12
As Delegate At Large
CAROLYN DONART . . .
Declamation 10; German Club secretary 11, 12; Smoke Signal Editor 12; staff 10. 11; Pep Club 11, 12; Band 10, 11, president 12; Thespians 10, 11, secretary 12; Math Club 11, 12; Student Director, Class Play 11; Class vice president 11; Class president 10
CARYL DRAHOS . . . Span-ish Club 11; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GAA 10; Thespians 10; Choir 10, 11, 12; Class Play 12
SANDRA DREWS Sandy . . . German Club 11; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Band 10, 11, 12; Cheerleader 10, 11, 12; Class Flirt
GARY EKLOF . . . M Club 11, 12; Gun Safety Club 10; Choir 10; Wrestling 10. 11, 12; Cross Country 11; Track 10, 11NANCY ENGELHART . . . Home- Ec 10
GERALD FAABERG Jerry . . . M Club 11. 12; Band
10. 11, 12; Football 10. 11, 12; Basketball 10; Track 10,
KATHLEEN FARLEY Kate . . . German Club 10, 11; Pep Club 10; Home Ec Club 10; Art Club 12; Home-coming Princess
CONSTANCE FAYVILLE Connie . . . German Club 10; Pep Club 10; Thespians 11, 12; D. E. O. Club 12
GREGORY FELT Greg . . . Football 10; Track 10, 11; M Club 11; Thespians 12; Class Play 12; Wrestling 10; Band 10. 11, 12
RICHARD ERICKSON Dick . . . M Club 10, 11, president 12; Choir 12; Student Council Secretary 11; Smoke Signal 10, 11, 12; Football captain 10, 11, co-captain 12; Basketball 10, 11, co-captain 12; Baseball 10. 11. 12
PEGGY GALATI Pemerr
. . . Home Ec Club 12; Spanish Club 11; Pep Club 11, 12; Mohian 12; Thespians 12; Class Hot RodJAMES GILMORE Jim . . . M Club 12; Thespians 12; Wrestling 10; Class Play 11; German Club 10, 12; Math Club 12; Football 10, 11. 12; Intramural Basketball 11, 12
RICHARD GANZEL Rich . . . Gun Safety Club 10; Choir 10. 11, 12; Wrestling
10, 11; Intramural Basket-
THOMAS GILL Tom . . . M Club 11, 12; Choir 12; Football 10, 11, 12; Golf 11; Spanish Club 11; Class Play
11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10
DEVLIN GLEASON Devie . . . Class Clown
JEROME GOODWATER Jerry . . . Intramural Basketball 11, 12
JUDY GORDON Judi . . . Smoke Signal 11, 12; Debate 10; Pep Club 10, 11. president 12; Thespians 11, 12; Choir 10, 11, 12; Class Play 11, 12; Class Clown
ELAINE GORMAN Witch . . . Pep Club 10; Thespians 10, 11; Choir 10, 11LYNN GRABBER . . . Home Ec 10; GAA 10
JANET GRAVELI.E . . . Pep Club 12; Home Ec 12; Choir 10
THOMAS GREEN Tom
Queen Nancy Reigned
SHERYL GREY Gorilla
DENNio GRONBERG . . . Baseball 10; Hockey 10; Class Hot Rod
KATHLEEN GUNION Kathy . . . Pep Club 10; Home Ec Club 10; GAA 10, 11; D. E. O. Club 12
NANCY HAGEN . . . Band 10, 11, 12; GAA 10; Home Ec Club 12; Thespians 12; Pep Club 10. 12; German Club 11
CAROLYN GRONVOLD . . . Debate 10; Home Ec president 11; Spanish Club 11. 12; GAA 10; Band 10, 11, 12; Smoke Signal 10, 11; Drill Team 12; Pep Club 10, 11. 12ROBERT HAMLIN Bob... Spanish Club 10; Basketball 11; Intramural Basketball 10, f 1, 12
CAROL HANSON ... Pep Club 10, 11. 12; Drill Team 11, 12; Thespians 11, 12;
GAA 10; Band 10. 11. 12
A Homecoming Victory
KAREN HATCHER Hatch . . . Pep Club 10, Home Ec Club 10; Drill Team 12; D.E. O. Club; Best Dancer
STEVEN HEATON Steve . . . D.E. O. Club 12
FREDRICK HEFTY Fred . . . M Club 10, 11, 12; German Club 10, 11, 12;
Football 10. 11. 12; Hockey 10, 11, 12; Intramural Basketball 12; Baseball 10, 11, 12
CLARENCE HEITZDONALD HEITZ Don ... Gun Safety Club 10; Baseball 10; Wrestling 11; Intramural Basketball 11
CRAIG HENDERSON . . . Football 10; Wrestling 10
GERALD HENDRICKSON Gerry . . . D.E. O. Club 12
MICHAEL HENNESSY Mike . . . M Club 11, 12; Track 10; Choir 10. 11. 12; Football 10, 11. 12; Hockey 10, 11; Class Play 12; President, Senior Class; Best Looking 12
LOREN HOFTEIG . . . Band 10, 11, 12; Intramural Basketball 10; Football 11; Industrial Arts Club 10, secretary
BONNIE HOLLOWAY . . . Debate 10; Pep Club 10. 11, 12; Home Ec. Club 10, 11, 12
PAULA HENDERSON . . . Pep Club 10, 11; Cheerleader 10, 11, 12
ANITA HENRY Nita . . . Spanish Club 10, 11; Smoke Signal 11, 12; Thespians 12; Pep Club 12PAMELA HUFF Frieda... Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Home Ec Club 10, 11, 12
SHARON JANKE ... Pep Club 11, 12; Home Ec Club 10, 11, 12, Historian
MICHAEL HOUSE Mike . . . M Club 11, 12; German Club 10, 11; Thespians 12; Mathematics Club 10. 11, 12; Choir 11, 12, president; Class Play 12; Basketball 10; 12, manager; Intramural Basketball 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 12
ANDREW HUELSKAMP Andy . . . Wrestling Manager 12
SAM JACKSON . . . Smoke Signal 12; Basketball 12
CARROLL JAMESON Bob . . . Thespians 12; Choir 10, 11, 12; Class Play 12; Wrestling 10
RICHARD JOHNS Crow . . . Track 10; Football 10; Intramural Basketball 10, 11, 12; D.E. O. Club 12. Treasurer
BRUCE JOHNSONCHRISTOPHER JOHNSON Chris . . . Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; Thespian 11, 12; Science Club 10; Class Play 11, 12
KARLA JOHNSON . . . Choir 11, 12; Thespians 11; D.E. O. Club 12
NADINE JOHNSON Lollie . . . Pep Club 10; Class Play 12; Art 12
SUSAN KEPKE Sue . . . Debate 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Home Ec Club 11, 12, Secretary; Drill Team 12
HAROLD KOEHLER Harry
DANIEL LACNY Dan .. . STEVEN LAFAVE Steve . . .
DUANE KRUEGER . . . Wrestling 10; Smoke Signal 12; Band 10, 11, 12; Intramural Basketball 12; Track 12; German Club 12DENNIS LANDBERG . . . Band 10, 11, 12; Class Play 11
CATHY LANDIS ... Pep Club 12; Thespians 12
JOHN LARSON Johnny . . . Best Dancer 12
A Night To Remember
JUDY LIEN . . . Thespians 10; Drill Team 11; Pep Club 10, 11
KEITH LARSON . Class Play 11; Football 10; M Club 11. 12; Baseball 10. 11, 12; Class Play 12
CHARLES LECKIE Tucker . . . Cross Country 10; Class Play 12; Electronics Club President 12; Hockey 10, 11; Choir 10, 11. 12; Most Talented 12
CATHY LEE . . . German Club 10. 11, 12
MARGARET LUESSE Peggy • • • German Club 10LINDA LYCKHOLM . . . Choir 10, 11, 12; Mohian 12
PIETER MAAS Piet . . . M Club 10, 11, 12, president German Club 11, 12; Football 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10, 11; Basketball 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11
WILLIAM MAHLER Bill . . . Band 10, 11, 12; Class Play 12; Track 10
gayle mckinney . . .
Declam 10; Spanish Club 10, 11; Thespians 10. 12; Class Play 11; Smoke Signal 10, associate editor 11, 12; Choir 11, 12; Mohian editor 12
DEBORAH MERNIK Debby . . . Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; Thespians 11; Choir 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10
DIANE MATACHEK Muffle . . . Spanish Club 11; Pep Club 10, Vice President 11, 12; Band 10. 11, 12; Smoke Signal 11, 12; Cheerleader 10, 11, 12; Best all-around; Homecoming Princess; Vice President, Senior ClassGAYLE MOSS . . . Thespians 12; German Club 10
BOYCE MOHN Boozer... Student Council 11, Vice President 12; M Club 11, 12; Class Treasurer 11; Thespians 12; Football 10, 11; Biggest Eater
DAVID MOORE Dave . . . M Club 10, 11, 12; Student Council 12; Hockey 10, 11, 12; Football 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10. 11. 12
DAVID MROSS Dave . . . M Club 11, 12; Football
Manager 11, 12; Basketball Manager 10, 11. 12; Golf 12; Intramural 10
NANCY NELSON Neuter . . . Drill Team 11; Mohian 12
MICHAEL NEMES Mike . . , M Club 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10; Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; Class FlirtLINDA NICCUM . . . Ger-man Club 10, 11; Drill Team 12; D. E. O. Club secretary 12
ROGER OLSEN ... Gun Safety 10; Class Play 11, 12
JEFFERY OLSON Jeff . . .
SUSAN OLSON Sue . . German Club 12; Pep Club 12
BRUCE OWENS . . . M Club 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; German Club 10, 11, treasurer 12; Cross Country captain 12
MICHELE PATZWALD Chele . . . Pep Club 12; Thespians 12; Choir 12; Student Council 12; Class Play 12
CAROL PEARSON . . . Home Ec 10; D. E. O. Club 12
WESLEY PALMER Wes
. . . Class Play 11RAMONA PETERSON . . . Choir 10, 11, 12; Class Play 12
FRANK PHII.BROOK . . . Choir 10, 11, 12; Class Play 12
MICHAEL PIEPKORN Mike . . . German Club 11, 12; Math Club 10, 11, 12; Science Club 10; Band 10, 11, 12; Tennis 10, 11, 12; Smoke Signal 12; Cross Country 10; Mohian 11, 12
Symbol Of Our Achievements
THOMAS PORTER Tom • . . Thespians 11; Class Play 11
MARK RASMUSSEN . . . Band 10, 11
LINDA REII.EIN . . . Home Ec Club 12; D. E. O. Club 12
HENRY JOEL REINITZ Joel . . . D. E. O. Club 12
JANE ROBERGE ... Pep Club 10; Thespians 11; D. E. O. Club 12JEAN ROBERGE . . . Thespians 11; D. E. O. 12
CLAUDIA ROSKAFT . . . Pep Club 12; Choir 12; Class Play 12; Smoke Signal 12
DOUGLAS RUNMAN Doug . . . Choir 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 11; Class Play 11; Track 11
EVELYN RUSTAD . . . GAA 12; Mohian 12
ELLEN SANOW . . . Band
10. 11, 12
DONNA SATHER . . . Span-ish Club 10, 11; Thespians 11, 12; Class Play 12; Choir 10, 11, 12; Smoke Signal 12; Pep Club 10, 11. 12
ALLEN ROTH Al . . . German Club 12; Intramural Basketball 10; Band 10, 11
DIANE SALAMON . . . German 11, 12; Home Ec
Club 12; Choir 10, 11, 12; Class Play 11; Pep Club 12LYNN SEELEY . . . Band 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Home Ec Club 12
JANET SCHROEDER Jan . . . Pep Club 10, 11, vice president 12; Home Ec Club
10, 11, 12; Drill Team cocaptain 11; Cheerleader 12
VICTORIA SCHWINGLER Vicki . . . Spanish Club 10; Pep Club 10, 11; Choir 10,
11, 12; D. E. O. Club
LINDA SETTERLUND Math Club vice president 12; Band 10, II, 12
KENNETH SHAEFFER Ken . . . German Club 12; Band 10. 11, 12; Intramural Basketball 11, 12
DOUGLAS SHORTLEY Doug . . . D.E. O. Club
JOHN SCHULTZ . . . M Club 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10; Band 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10; Smoke Signal 12; Football 10. 11; Wrestling 10; Track 10, 11, captain 12; Hockey 10; Intramural Basketball 11STEVEN SILUS Steve . . . Student Council 12; Band 10, 11, secretary-treasurer 12; M Club 11, 12; Class Play 12; Class treasurer 12
STACY SINCHEFF ... Pep Club 10, 12; Home Ec Club 11, 12; GAA 10. 11, 12; D.E. O. Club
Skip Day, Graduation
JEREMY SMITH Jerry... Pep Club 12; Thespians 12; Choir 12; Class Play 12
SHARON SM1TS . . . Dccla-mation 10; Pep Club 11, 12; Mohian 12; Spanish Club 10, 11; Thespians 10, 11, president 12; Smoke Signal 11, 12; Class Ham 12
STEPHEN SPEER Steve
GARY STANTON . . . Intra-mural Basketball 11
SUSAN SOHNS Sue . . . German Club 11; Pep Club 10, 11; Choir 10; D. E. O. ClubMARIE STEWART Darlene . . . Spanish Club II; Thespians 10, 11, 12; Mohian 12; Smoke Signal 11; Pep Club
10, 11, 12; Choir 10, 11, 12; Class Play 12; Secertary of Sophomore Class
RICHARD STODOLA Rick . . . Baseball 11; Wrestling
11, 12; Student Council 11; Intramural Basketball 11
NANCY STRALEY . . . Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Thespians 11, 12; Home Ec Club treasurer 10, secretary 11, president 12; Choir 10, vice president 11, 12; Mohian 12; Class Play 12; Smoke Signal 11; Drill Team 12; Homecoming Queen; Most Feminine 12; Student Council Committee Coordinator 12
CAROL STRAND . . . Span-ish Club 11; Band 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Cheerleader 10, 11, 12
SUSAN STUBBS Sue .. . Pep Club 12; Band 10. 11. 12; Class Play 12
MARY SUBBY Pam . . Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Thespians 11
LINDA C. SWANSON . . . Spanish Club 11; Pep Club
10, 11, 12; Thespians 11; Student Council 10; Choir 10,
11, 12; Class secretary 11; Class Play 12
LINDA R. SWANSON . . . Pep Club 10, 12; Student Council 11; D.E. O. 12MICHAEL SWANSON Mike . . . M Club 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10. 11; Hockey 11, 12; Best All Around 12
CLAUDIA THIES Claud . . . German Club 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Thespians 10; Home Ec Club 11, 12; Smoke Signal 10; Biggest Eater
BRIAN TRAINOR . . . M Club 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 12; Cross Country 11; Class Ham 12
LINDA WAATAJA . . . Spanish Club 10, vice president 11; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Thespians 10, treasurer 11, 12; Choir 10, assistant treasurer 11; treasurer 12; Mo-hian 12; Student Council 11, 12; Class Play 12; Smoke Signal 11, 12; Most Active
WILLIAM WARD Mike . . . Choir 12; Thespians 12; Class Play 12
STEVEN WATSON Brillo . . . M Club 10, 11, 12; Declamation 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 12; Thespians 11, 12; Mohian 12; Student Council 10, 11, president 12; Class Play 11; Smoke Signal 10, 11, 12; Football 10; Cross Country 12; Track 10, 11, 12; Intramural Basketball 11, 12; Class vice president 10, Class president IT, Most Active
KATHY TOWNER . . . Band 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Class Play 12; Spanish Club 11, 12
THOMAS WAMBEKE TomSUSAN WIGNER ... Pep Club 10, 11; Art Club 11; GAA 10; Choir 10
ROBERT WILSON Bob... Choir 10, 11; Hockey 10, Student Council 12
MARY WEI LAND . . . German Club 10, 11, 12; Choir
10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10.
11, 12; Smoke Signal 12
TIMOTHY WELCH Tim . . . M Club 11, 12; Choir 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10; Class Play 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11; Smoke Signal 10
ROSEMARY WILLIAMS Rose . . . Pep Club 10, 11, Secretary Treasurer 12; Smoke Signal 10, 11. 12; Home Ec Club 11; Student Council 12; D.E. O., President 12; Secretary of Senior Class
JANET WRIGHT Jan . . . Pep Club 10
RICHARD YOUNG Dick . . . Choir 10, 11, 12; D. E. O. Club 12
DAVID ZOLDAHN Dave . . . Wrestling 11; Choir 10, 11, 12; Class Play 11
During a break in rehearsal of "Pirates,” Linda is absorbed in a deep study of problems—such as elbows.
48BEST DANCERS: Karen Hatcher, John Larson
CLASS HAMS: Brian Trainor, Sharon Smits
Sandi displays her winning charms.
49A moment of quiet, as Diana awaits instructions during rehearsal.
MOST ACTIVE: Steve Watson. Linda Waataja
Hall of Fam© 1966
CLASS FLIRTS: Mike Ncmes, Sandi Drews.
50BIGGEST EATERS: Claudia Thies, Boyce Mohn.
BEST LOOKING: Mike Hennessy, Kate Farley.
MOST TALENTED: Diana Cloud, Chuck Lcckie.
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Mike Piepkom, Carolyn Donart.
BEST DRESSED: Diane Bryce, Dick Bis-
chkc.SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS I. to r.: Muffie Matachck, Vice President; Mike Hen- CLASS FLOWER: Forget-me-not nessy. President; Rose Williams, Secretary; Steve Silus, Treasurer
CLASS COLORS: Red and White
CLASS MOTTO: "There are two educations, one that teaches you how to live and one how to earn a living.”
Wayne Davis, Tucker Lcckie. and Bob Jameson study lines at operetta tryouts.
DAVE COMBS JOHN CURTIS MARY LOU DELL WO THOMAS JERDEE PAUL MUSIKOV ROBERT SKOW THEODORE WELCH DARRYL WEST
52Nuccia, Our Italian "Imp”
When I received the letter from New York announcing that I had won a scholarship from the American Field Service and that I was going to spend my next year in Mound in the house ot a family named Straley, I tried to imagine what life was going to he like in that community and with that family.
Mound is a wonderful place—the people are very friendly, and the school is so exciting, especially the many extra activities. It is so much more than I ever hoped for. And what can I say about my new family? With them I feel like I am with my own family, and Nancy is for me the most beautiful sister. I know that the day I leave Mound will be one of the saddest in my whole life, because in this little part of America I have learned many things and I am sure I have gained a lot from you in understanding other nations and other people. I have been here for only a few months and they have been so exciting, so full of good and new things that I really can never say thank you enough for what you have done for me.
I will remember Mound forever, and all of you who have made this year so wonderful. I hope you will remember the "very short little girl from Italy."
At the beginning of July I had a letter from the American Field Service in which they told me that I had been granted one of their scholarships, meaning that I would be able to spend a whole year in Mound.
Since I received this letter, I wondered day and night what Mound would be like. When I finally got here, I saw that the reward for all those hours of thinking couldn’t be better. Right from the beginning of my life in America I had the most exciting and indescribable feelings and experiences. Although I was prepared for differences, I must say that I found many and great ones between Europe and America.
Before I got here, I had no idea what my American family would be like, and I didn’t know if I would fit in. From the first moment I was with the Welches, I was sure that they were a very nice family and that I would spend a most exciting and happy year with them. I also realized that the day when I would say good-bye to my American friends would be very sad for me.
There is not much left that I can say except that I am very happy I was able to come to Mound, and to express my thankfulness to all the people in this community who made it possible for me to come here. ___
Julio, Our Man From
5455Bradley Anderson Joy Anderson
Kim Anderson Peggy Anderson
Pat Armstrong Kathleen Asao
"And Ron, what is your opinion of the Junior Class?”
Hard Work . . .
Colleen Bell James Bennett Paul Bcnnyhoff David Berglund Michael Berglund Janet Bickford
Linda Borry Robert Borscheid Linda Bosiger Alana Braasted Linda Brecht Patricia Breen
Terrence Breen Robin Brethorst Cathy Brown Diane Buell Jeannic Burak Ava Cameron
Max Carlson Norma Carlson Linda Cates John Cccka Robert Chambers Stephen Chapman
56CLASS OFFICERS: I. to r. Kathy Asao, Secretary; Joe Wcissonborn, Vice-President; Greg Gagne, Treasurer; Brad Anderson, President; Karen Rye, Secretary.
Ruth Ann Christie
Susan Davidson Dianne Davis Margaret Davis Larry Decker Kris Deeds Mary DeNomme
Leanne Derry Richard DeVinney Tim Dittmer Ronald Dodds Mary Ann DrcsscI John Drews
Robert Ebert Bruce Edwards Thomas Eisler Valerie Ekrc Steven Elam Steve Erickson
Janet Erikscn Michael Erlcnbush Tom Farrcn Sally Ferron Gary Field Julie Finn
57Hersd Forester Keith Frahm Donald Furry Gregor)- Gagne Haney Ganzcl
Angelinc Gast Barbara Gchrkc Kathy Geagan Kathy Gelhaye Gary Geyen
Linda Geyen Thomas Geyen Blandinc Gould Richard Gray Karen Gunderson
Mary Gunderson Thomas Gy lien Deloris Hanson Allen Hare
Janet Hartley Deborah Harvey Tamra Hawley "Susan Heath
Pauline Heitz Gwen Hellckscn Georgia Heller Barbara Henderson
Nancy Henrich Steven Hesse Carolyn Hcsselgrave Diane Hilbclink
George Hodge Gaylin Holloway Carol Huff Sandra Huff
"Go! Fight! Win!” shout Julie Finn, Janet Lakin, and Karen Rye.
58Robert Jenson Carol Johns Guy Johnson Jacqueline Johnson Susan Johnson Trudy Johnson
Kathy Jostrom Frank Kalgreri Mary Jo Kaplan Janice Keller Mary Kelly Milo Kctchum
Eric Knievel G nstance Koccheler David Koehler Roxanc Kocpp Paulette Kowal Carol Krause
Energy Abounding . . .
Daniel Krotz Alan Krueger Diane Krueger Bruce Kullberg Scott Lagerquist
Janet Lakin James Laursen Brooke Lippcrt James Lobdell Mary Lovassen
Andrew Lutter Eldon Maas Michael Madcr Eric Madson Diane Martin
Robert Matson Kathleen McDonald Frank McGill Sharon McGill Darlene McGrath
Richard McKinney Beverly Miller Steven Miller Lawrence Morrison Arlcc Mueller Donald Nelson
Rita Nelson Joyce Nielson Suzanne Nordblom James Odmark Anne Ohnesorge James Olson
Jerry Olson Lynn Oren David Owen Dale Owens Jonathon Parrington Kim Peters
Kathleen Pieper Lynctte Pollock Arthur Pratlcy William Pribbenow Gregor)’ Price Lucinda Raddc
Car Washes Were Dampened
Michael Rasmussen Clifford Rczba Rockne Richardson Donald Riis Sandra Rolf Ellen Ross
Gary Roth Thomas Royce Karen Rye Ellen Sawicki Paul Scherber Carol Schmidt
John Scholl Melanie Schulcnberg Gary Schuler Kenneth Schultz Ted Schwartz Nancy Setterlund
60Pamela Sharp Virginia Simmons Terrence Sinchcff Wendy Smith Susan Splettstaszer Nancy Stahlkc
Thomas Steinmetz James Stello Kathleen Styner Robert Subby Leif Sundlie Susan Swanson
Thomas Swanson Stephen Swanson Leslie Symons Rosemarie Taffe Susan Taylor Jeanette Tcmplin
Bonnie Tharalson Sharyl Thoe Mary Thompson William Thurk Diana Troidl Crystal Tweedy
But Not Their Qpirits
Charles Welch Clifford Wheeler Linda Wilkes Craig Wolfe
Jeanne Ulman Carol Vaughn Pat Voorhces Martha Wallace Thomas Walton Joe Weissenborn
61CLASS OFFICERS: 1. to r. Jack Pedersen, Treasurer; Carole Groschcn, Secretary; Jam's McKinley, Vice President; Greg Keller, President.
Sophs Adjust To High School Life
Mary Ahsenmachcr Sharon Anderson Arden Anderson Barbara Anderson Carol Anderson Larry Bailey
Jerald Baird Joseph Baker Melinda Barrett Kay Batdorf Jennifer Beahen Michael Bee
Robert Behm Heidi Bender Sharon Bennett Sandra Bennyhoff Jeanne Betzold Peg Bick
Virginia Bickford Rae Ann Birnstihl Kathleen Block Kathleen Blood Dave Blut Robert Boldon
62Mildred Braun Karen Brdeke David Brickley Bonnie Bruhn John Buchl
Helody Byers Paul Car I bom John Carleen Ronald Carlson Darilyn Christie
Leslie Clark Rhce Clifford Lawrence Cloud Brian Combs Linda Cox Jeanne Cressy
Michael Curtis Donald David Wendy Davis Sandra DeGroat Richard Diamond Robert Dornsbach
Robcrt-Douglas Sally Drake Gerald DrcsscI Elizabeth Dudek Charles Eckert Patricia Ecklund
Harr)' Eiss Patricia Ekberg William Elliott Sharon Erickson Nicholas Evanoff Patricia Fahrman
Sean Farley Joyce Famess Terry Fayvilie Grctchen Felt Cheryl Fcnstad Mark Tcssmcr
Jane Fisher Linda Fletcher Marcenc Floe Robert Fox Diane Frankie Curtis Fredrickson
63Lucinda Fridcn Linda Fritz Clinton Gables Michael Geagen Jean Geyen Arnold Golberg
Harriet Goodwater Jeffrey Gove Sharon Gravelle Carole Groschen Janet Gruhn Charlene Grundmeier
Carol Gunderson Marcia Gustafson Darleyene Gustncr John Hack I Wendy Hadden Gary Hanson
Hours Of Gtudying . . .
Sharon Hanson Gerald Hare Judy Hasse Shelly Havens Robert Hcinecke Stanley Hcfnsch
Wendy Heitz John Henderson Steven Hendrickson Mary Henke Teresa Henrich Valerie Hicks
Sandra Hinga George Hoaglund Pamela Hollmotz Jercl Holloway Robert House Anna Huclskamp
Jeanne Huff Barbara Hunt Darlene Iverson Scott Jackson Richard Jacobson David Japs
64Paul Jensen Candace Johnson Connie Johnson Gayle Johnson Linda Johnson Jeanne Just
Gregory Keller Cheryl Ketzbadc Richard Koehn Karen Kochnen Steven Kraft Paula Kroger
Terrance Krisatis Paula Krotz Elaine Krueger Jim Kussclgrave Mary LaFave Donald Langford
Hours Of Fun
Lonnie Larson Catherine Lasater Janette Leckic Virginia Lee Patricia Leighton Bruce Lidberg
Mark Magnus Darlene Marschke William Mason Clarence McCarty Colleen McClure Brian McCollom
Karen McDonald James McGill Terry McKenney Peggy McNeal William McVay Cathrinc Michel
Douglas Michel Peter Miller Susan Miller Loren Misjak Dennis Mobbel George Mulen
65Sophomores A Go’ Go’
Jean Neitgc Diane Niccum Randi Niccum
Rick Niccum Jam's Nicholls Kimberley Nielsen
Roberta Noland Robert Oddcn Steven Odell
Recognition Was Gained
John Olson Roxanne Olson Daniel O'Neil Marlye Orn Diana Otrey Anthony Palesotti
Craig Patzwald Jack Pedersen Lance Pedersen David Peterson Lane Petri Stephen Phil brook
Audrey Poirier Patty Printup John Puffer James Purvey James Rennie Kevin Rice
Steven Rincs Susan Roberts John Robinson JoAnn Rogers Kay Romncss Michael Rosh
66Susan Ross Bruce Roth Mary Roufs Lynne Rudd Kathy Runman Gayle Salamon
Paulette Saltzman Karen Sandncss William Sanow Carol Schernau David Schmicding Alice Scholcr
Sharon Scholl Linda Schultz Cheryl Shepherd Jody Sherman Thomas Shultz Shirley Smith
Richard Soule Shirley Splettstoeszcr Carol Stoddart Stanley Stralcy Michael Sullivan Barbara Swanson
Thomas Swenson William Swenson Stephen Terrell Lynn Thomas Jay Tobin Daryla Trippler
Ronda Tyra William Ulrick Sandra Van Lierc John Void Keith Waataja Carol Wallin
Dale Wallin John Webster James Weeks Mark Welch Thomas Welch Bill Wheeler
Darlene White Daniel Wilkes Kennith Young Stephen Kcpke Janis McKinley
Not pictured: James Hesselgravc William Kurtz Larry Pogue David Splettstaszer
676869Queen Nancy Straley
" P . .k
Escort Bob JamesonDiana Cloud And Escort Richard Erickson
Diane Matachek MichaeM|ennessyBob House entertains with his musical stomach.
The Chessmen—Max Carlson, Jim Odmark, and Ron Dodds sing "Isle in the Water."
Homecoming began with the coronation. Lights were dimmed and breaths were held as Nancy Stralcy was crowned queen.
Then came the bonfire and game with the cheerleaders leading an enthusiastic crowd of Mohawk fans. Alas! Defeat for Cooper. During the half time there was a parade with cars carrying the queen and her attendants, a float with the new "Mohawk Mascot," and two carloads of clowns. The drill team and band provided entertainment on the field.
Spirits soared as the "IDs" provided music for the 300 students at the dance. The teachers' lunchroom served as an alumni room, where former students could gather and discuss old times.
Thanks to the time and effort of many people, Homecoming 196$ was the highlight of the year.
Pam Hollmotz performs an original dance to the tune of "The Pink Panther."
Oh Alfred! The mort-gage is due and we have no money!" Pat Armstrong and Mary Jo Kaplan ham it up in the Homecoming Talent Show.
72Queen Nancy Straley reigns over half lime festivities.
Crown bearer and flower girl: Steven Brenner and Elizabeth McDonald.
Stirring up school spirit at the bonfire are 1. to r. Paula Henderson. Kathy Gclhaye, and Micheal Anderson.
1964 Homecoming Queen Judy Ncitge is escorted by Jim Chapman and Mike Ncmes.
73ROW I: N, Straley. M Schulenbur . J. Nielson, J. McKinley, Mr. Gimmestad, S. Anderson N. DclFabbro. ROW 2: M. Mata-chek, B. Brenner. M. Floe, C. Grotthcn. W. Smith B. Wilson, R. Williams. ROW 3: L. Waataja. M. Wallace. D. Moore, S. Wat-son. J. Gove. K. Rye. ROW 4: C. Davis, J. Bciras, M. Carlson. S. Silus. J. Weisscnbom B. Mohn. P. Miller.
The purjx se of the Student Council has been to improve Mound High School in three main ways: (a) increase school spirit; (b) improve Mound's image with other schools; (c) increase cooperation and participation in Mound activities. The council served as dclegate-at-Iarge at the fall State Student Council Convention. The
Council was also elected Vice President of the Lake Conference Student Council.
The highlights of the Student Council’s year's activities were Homecoming, Snow Days, International Days, a carwash for A.F.S., and a sponsored Group Dynamics Workshop and Dinner for all Lake Conference schools.
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: I. to r. Jan McKinley. Treasurer; Karen Rye, Secretary; Steve Watson, President; Boyce Mohn, Vice President; Nancy Straley. Committee Co ordinator.
74OFFICE WORKERS: I. to r. L. Niccum, P. Clifford, L. Lyckholm, C. Schmidt, J. Anderson.
Student Workers Aid Faculty
During the librarian’s lunch hour the student librarians work at the desk so students may receive aid at all times. They check in returned books and magazines, assist in finding materials for reports, and help students use the card catalog and Reader's Guide. These duties give the student librarian an opportunity to learn the intricacies of the library.
Student officer workers serve as an aid to the secretaries, leaving them time for the more important office tasks. Answering the telephone, taking messages over the P.A. system, sorting mail, and issuing passes to students ;fte just a few of the duties the student workers perform daily.
LIBRARY WORKERS: I. to r. F. Hefty, D. G mbs, J. Curtis,
K. Gunion, P. Luessc,
L. Lyckholm, G. Moss, P. Heitz, M. Dresscl.
75GERMAN CLUB ROW 1: D. Frankie. C. Lee, M. Weiland. Mrs. Green. G. Mulen. B. House. ROW 2: B. Chambers. B. Edwards,
J. Anderson, M. Wallace, M. Brookncr, C. Donart, C. Brown ROW 3: B. Owens, S. Olson, D. Buell, L. Radde, P. Printup, S. Swanson. ROW 4: K. Shaffer, D. Owens, E. Knievel, D. Krueger, M. Gunderson, N. Stahlke, J. Keller ROW 5: F. Hefty, A. Roth, D. Salamon, K. Rye, J. Johnson, C. Vaughn, K. Sandncss ROW 6: S. Borg, M. Piepkorn, R. Dodds, F. Bender, P. Maas, T. Royce, K. Gunderson, M. Carlson.
Participation is the A.F.S. Fiesta highlighted the year for the German Club. Regular meetings were designed to give interested German students an insight into the language, customs, and recreational habits of the German people.
The meetings consisted of singing, speakers, and showing slides taken by Frau Green and her husband as they traveled in Europe this last summer. Field trips to view German films and plays added to the club’s program.
GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS: 1. to r. Scott Borg, President; Marty Wallace, Vice President; Carolyn Donart. Secretary; Bruce Owens, Treasurer.
ISPANISH CLUB OFFICERS: I. to r. Maty Jo Kaplan, Vice President; Wayne Davis, Treasurer; Julio Beiras, President; Sally Drake, Secretary.
El Club De Espanol
In November the Spanish Club made its annual trip to La Casa Coronado, a Minneapolis restaurant which serves authentic Mexican food.
For their part in the A.F.S. Fiesta, tacos were made and sold by club members.
ROW 1: J. Nicholls, B. Gould, G. Heller, Senor Macias, M. Kaplan, C. Huff, J. Nielson, ROW 2: R. Taffe, L. Borry, M. Byers, J. McKinley, S. Davidson, C. Asao, A. Ohnesorge, P. Breen. ROW 3: D. Memik, B. McVay, S. Van Liere, S. Anderson, S. Drake, P. Armstrong. ROW 4: B. Brenner, W. Smith, P, Coleman, J. Hassc, K. Gcagan, S. Ferron, E. Sawicki. ROW 5: D. Davis, B. Benson, K. Towner, C. Gronvold, D. Hilbelink, M. Lovaasen. C. Johnson. ROW 6: S. Nordblom, S. Johnson, C. Schmidt, J. Beiras, W. Davis, J. Parrington, S. Watson, D. Nelson.ep Club Promotes Spirit
PEP CLUB OFFICERS: I. to r. Sherry Cole, Secretary; Jan Schroeder, Vice President; Judi Gordon, President; Sandra Huff, Treasurer.
The largest Pep Club in many years spent the year promoting school spirit. It accomplished this by purchasing Pep Club buttons and sweaters for the members and selling pom-poms at the games.
The annual Sadie Hawkins Dance was held with many new features—a live pig, the barnyard atmosphere, and Mary and Sam.
Signs of our Pep Club could be seen all over the school. The girls made rooter posters before games and put them up throughout the halls. They wore their buttons and sweaters to the games, and waved their pom-poms furiously.
78ROW 1: G. Eklof, D. Mross, D. Combs, D. Moore, B. Skow, G. Geyen. ROW 2: C. Wolfe, S. Chapman, W. Davis, S. Watson, K. Larson, F. Hefty. ROW 3: B. Kullbcrg, M. House, D. Nelson, J. Faabcrg, B. Mohn, J. Derry, G. Felt. ROW 4: J. Lobdell, S. Miller, B. Owens, M. Nemes, M. Swanson, B. Jensen. ROW 5: S. Silus, J. Chapman, T. Gill, J. Weissenborn, D. Erickson, P. Maas, J. Gilmore.
Lettermen Link Forces
The Mound M Club is an organization made up of lettermen from the various school sports. By sponsoring a professional wrestling match and the annual Mound Relays, the M Club was able to buy red blazers for the basketball team. Building the Homecoming bonfire and raising money for needed items, are other functions of the M Club.
Teamwork on and off the court—varsity players enjoy pre-game banquet.
M CLUB MEMBERS, I. to r.: Piet Mass, Vice President; Jim Chapman, Secretary-Treasurer; Dick Erickson, President.
79DEBATE TEAM: I. to r. Mr. Esselman, Carol Wallin, Scott Borg, Wendy Davis, Georgia Heller, Wendy Hadden, Linda Bony, Eric Knicval, Michael Petty
DEBATE OFFICERS: I. to r. Linda Borry, Vice President; Eric Knicval, treasurer; Scott Borg, Secretary; Georgia Heller, President.
Resolved: That the government should adopt a program of compulsory arbitration in labor-management relations. This year’s debaters were challenged to use quick thinking and wit in debating this topic.
The purpose of debate is to provide experience in public speaking and to teach the student to think logically and speak well. Research methods and organizational abilities arc also stressed.
The overnight tournament, which was the highlight of the debate year, was held at the University of Minnesota.
80The D.E. and O. Club is made up of students from the distributive education and occupational relations classes.
Twice during the year representatives were picked on the basis of their skill in doing certain tasks to attend the M.D.V.C. Conventions in Minneapolis. At the conventions, they competed with other students in the same fields.
D. E. O. OFFICERS I. to r.: Dick Johns, Treasurer; I.inda Niccum, Secretary; Leslie Symons, Historian; Mary Thompson, Parliamentarian; Joel Rcinitz President; Vicki Schwingler, Vice President.
Training For The Future
ROW 1: K. Gclhaye, B. Gehrke, B. Tharalson, Mr. Kragness, J. Lakin, R. Christie, M. Thompson, ROW 2: N. Carlson, K. Brecht, L. Symons, C. Fayville, K. Hatcher, J. Roberge, J. Roberge, L. Swanson.’ ROW 3: L. Orn, C. Johnson, V. Schwingler. C. Clifford, B. Benson, R. Williams. K. Gunion, B. Lippert.. ROW 4: R. Nelson, S. Sincheff, L. Reiland, C. Pierson, L. Niccum, K. Block, S. Sohns, J. Templin. ROW 5: R. Berg, D. Anderson, A. Huclskainp, G. Hendrickson, D. Shortley, S. Heaton, J. Reinitz, D. I-icn. ROW 6: C. Rezba, B. Curtis, D. Johns, T. Jcrdee, T. Dack, D. Bischke, D. Young, B. Matson.
81THESPIAN OFFICERS, I. to r: Georgia Heller, Treasurer; Sharon Smits, President; Wayne Davis, Secretary.
"'Ihe cat has four legs—one at each corner!" exclaimed Carlo in the one-act play, "The Ugly Duckling." Presenting the one-act at the State Drama Festival One-Act Competition was the biggest venture of the Thespians this year. Some of the past activities of the club were attending "The Cherry Orchard” at the Guthrie Theatre and "Sherlock Holmes" at the Stage Coach.
The main goal of the Thespians was to make a more active club, and year end plans included purchasing the make-up kit and renting it to different organizations, and fixing the community room stage so that it could be used for Thespian productions.
ROW 1: N. Del Fabbro, G. Heller. D. Sather, Mr. Gulbranson, M. Kaplan. J. Nielson, G. Hcllckscn. ROW 2: C. Fayville, D. Cloud, C. Hanson. K. Landis. N. Straley, L. Waataja, S. Smits. I.. Borry. ROW 3: M. Patzwald, A. Henry, P. Luessc, S. Miller, S. Van Licre, M. Wciland. J. Smith, J. Gordon. ROW A: C. Donart, R. Taffc, C. Tweedy, D. McGrath, K. Geagan, L. Orn, S. Ferron, P. Galati. ROW 5: S. Olson, D. Stewart. B. Benson. P. Coleman, J. Gruhn. R. Clifford, C. Stoddart, C. Johnson. ROW 6: M. Om. G. Moss, M. Lovaasen, S. Nordblom. S. Cole, D. Sandness, T. Johnson. S. Watson. G. McKinney. ROW 7: W. Davis, C. Davis, C. Johnson, M. House, B. Jameson, B. Mohn, J. Gilmore, G. Felt, S. Silus, R. Dodds
82ROW 1: P. Ecklund, C. Friden, M. Kaplan, Mr. Lage, D. Cloud, J. McKinley, L. Borry. ROW 2: K. Romness, M. Floe, J. Ncitge, S. Anderson, L. Derry, P. Lucssc, K. Asao, M. Matachck. ROW 3: M. Wallace, P. McNcal, K. Nielson, L. Johnson, C. Fcnstad, C. Groschcn, C. Donart, D. Buell, ROW 4: C. Brown, D. Harvey, M. Patzwald, C. Roskraft, P. Clifford, P. Krager, C. Landis, W. Smith. ROW 5: J. Gruhn, S. Olson, D. Gronvold, P. Leighton, H. Bender, S. Bosiger, J. Keller. ROW 6: P. Fahrman, C. Schmidt, S. Johnson, K. Gunderson, C. Davis, M. Hennessy, B. Skow, T. Royce. ROW 7: J. Odmark, J. Olson, C. Johnson, B. Jameson, E. Maas, C. Rezba, G. Felt, S. Silas. D. Owen.
SKI CLUB OFFICERS 1 to r: Bob Skow, President; Marty Wallace, Secretary-Treasurer; Mike Hennessy, Vice President
After being discontinued for several years, the Mound Ski Club was organized again this fall under the direction of Mr. Lage. There were approximately 60 members. Next year Mound will hopefully be able to compete in Lake Conference skiing competition.
The Ski Club was mainly instructional and preparatory in nature. The program consisted of instructional films, guest speakers, and several afternoons of instruction at the Ski Club’s "official” hill at Gale's woods west of Mound.
Ski Club was open to any high school student interested in skiing. Each member was responsible for providing his own equipment.
8G.A.A. OFFICERS: 1. to r. Melody Byers, Secretary; Sandra Batdorf, President; Mrs. Keller; Carol Nelson, Treasurer; Kathy McDonald. Vice President.
G.A.A., Girls Athletic Association, is open to all girls. Under the direction of a new teacher, Miss Lundby, there was a wide range of activities which included volleyball, basketball, broom hockey, bowling, and tumbling. The girls not only have a chance to socialize and learn sportsmanship, but they also got much needed exercise and an opportunity to gain experience in the field of sports.
Combined With Fun
ROW I: Miss Lundby. C. Huff, M. Byers, J. Rogers, Mrs. Keller. ROW 2: S. Davidson, E. Rustad, S. Sincheff, R. Christie. ROW 3: S. Batdorf, L. Settcrlund, S. Olson, K. McDonald, D. Frankie. ROW 4: C. Nelson, B. Miller, A. Cameron, M. La Fave, L. Geyen, L. Orn.
84ROW 1: B. Brenner, N. Straley, K. Hatcher, B. Henderson. C. Hanson, L. Niecum, M. Thompson. ROW 2: S. Rolf, S. Kepke, N. Setterlund, J. Johnson, C. Gronvold, W. Smith, P. Coleman.
Providing the half time entertainment for football and basketball games this year has been the responsibility of the Drill Team.
Under the direction of captain Pam Coleman and co-captain Wendy Smith, the 14 girls dressed in red and white uniforms performed original routines accompanied by drum cadences. For the first time this year, the girls received Drill Team pins. Miss Lundby is the Drill Team advisor.
ELECTRONICS CLUB: I. to r. D. Langford. C. Lcckic, D. Wilkes, G. Hanson, D. Koehler, Mr. Adams.
The Electronics Club, under the leadership of Chuck Lcckie—President, Roger Olson —Vice President, and Dave Peterson—treasurer, is a newly formed organization this year.
Members of the club learn about electronic devices brought from home. They also work with kits purchased through the school which teach them the fundamentals of electronics.
Mr. Adams is advisor to the club.
85MATH CLUB OFFICERS: I. to r. Lucy Raddic, Secretary-Treasurer; Mike Piepkorn, President; Linda Sctterlund, Vice President.
The purpose of the Math Club this year was to provide extracurricular activities in the area of mathematics above the level provided in our regular school classes. To achieve this goal, the club had regular meetings throughout the year. At most of these meetings the members reviewed tcst$ composed by the Society of Actuaries.
These tests also served another purpose. The discussions better acquainted the members with problems and
the means of solving them, so that they could obtain a higher grade on the Seventeenth Annual Mathematics Examination in March. At the meetings each member would present several problems and then show how to solve them.
Besides regular meetings the club had planned possibly one or two field trips to areas of mathematical interest.
ROW 1: D. Cloud, C. Donart, Mr. Simondet, L. Raddic, L. Sctterlund. ROW 2: M. Gunderson, J. Bciras, M. House, J. Gillmore, M. Piepkorn. E. Sawicki.
86ROW 1: L. Berglund, D. Martin, Mrs. Stockton, K. McDonald. S. Bennett. ROW 2: S. Janke, L. Rcilan, S. Sinchcff, D. Daum, N. Stralcy. ROW 3: B. Holloway, P. Bickford. P. Galati, J. Schrocder. D. Anderson. ROW 4: S. Kepke, P. Fahrman, K. Styner, C. Thics, P. Anderson, S. McGill.
Preparing food for Homecoming and state conventions highlighted the activities of the Home Economics Club. The club also sponsored a spring style show featuring garments made in class.
The main purpose of the club is to help individuals improve personal, family, and community living now and in the future.
Home Ec Club
HOME EC OFFICERS: I. to r. Sue Kepke, Secretary; Claudia Thies, Parliamentarian; Sharon Bennett, Treasurer; Sharon Janke, Historian; Pat Farhman, Vice President; Nancy Stralcy’, President,
87Cheryl Sheperd, Linda Cox, and Gndy Friden relaxing after practice.
In the fall of the year, the Choral Section assisted in the annual sale of choir candy and also participated in the Christmas Concert presented by the music department. Many sophomores who were in the choir presented their talents in the choir variety show on February 1.
The choir also took part in the Lake Conference Music Festival and the Spring Concert.
ROW 1: M. Roufs, S. Drake, L. Clark, K. Runman, D. Gustner, C. Hanson, S. Roberts. J. Farness. P. Saltzman, S. Erickson, K. Batdorf, J. McKinley, A. Scholer, S. Scholl, S. Splettazer. ROW 2: S. Van Lierc, S. Anderson, C. Johnson, S. Havens, J. Just, M. Floe, D. Otery, J. Bcahen, K. Brekke, K. Michcsil, G. Johnson. M. Barrett, C. Fensted, M. Braun, P. Leighton, R. Clifford. ROW 3: C. Wallin, P. Ekbcrg, T. Hcnrich, H. Bender, J. Huff, C. Groschcn. P. Geyen, G. Felt, J. Neitge, P. Hollmotz, R. Nolan, R. Olson. W. Heitz, I. Gerald, C. Sheperd, J. Betzald, ROW 4: R. Soule, D. Japs, P. Jenson, S. Hendrickson, K. Rice, S. Jackson, T. Welch. S. Philbrook. B. House, M. Tessmer, P. Carlblum, R. Carlson, J. Puffer.
Choir director, Mr. Hotvct, enjoys position as musical director of operetta.
88Sophomore band members discuss a new num- VARSITY BAND OFFICFRS: I. to r. Wendy Hadden, Librarian; Bruce
ber. Roth, President; Virginia Lee, Secretary-Treasurer; Jim Weeks, Property Man-
ager; Linda Fletcher, Representative.
In instructing the Mohawk Varsity Band, Mr. Sncsrud is trying to teach the students the value of music appreciation and education. Much teamwork and concerted effort is required for effective band. Such cooperation was put to use in the magazine and fruitcake sales conducted by the varsity band this fall.
ROW 1: B. Swanson, V. Lee, K. Nielson. L. Fletcher, D. Frankie, K. Romness, B. Bruhn. ROW 2: J. Weeks, S. Bennyhoff, L. Thomas, M. Gustafson, R. Diamond, S. Farley, W. Hadden, G. Salamon, M. Rogers. ROW 3: J. Lcckie, S. Cox, S. Hanson, B. Ulrick, J. Void, M. Welch, J. Baird, R. Douglas, J. Gove, R. Koehn, D. Wallin, B. Roth. ROW A: P. McNeal, M. La Fave, M. Bee, B. Fox, Mr. Snesrud, B. McCollom, G. Mucllen, J. Holloway.
89ROW I: S. Johnson, S. Nordblom, N. Stahlke, M. Thompson, J. Gordon, J. Finn, N. Stralcy, J. Hartley. ROW 2: G. McKinney’, S. Cole, S. Fcrron, M. Patzwald, L. Waataja, K. Gelhaye, D. Cloud. R. Peterson. ROW 3: J. Johnson, T. Ferron. T. Roycc, M. Hen-nessy, D. Zoldahn, I.. Lyckholm, D. Stewart, K. Jostrom. ROW 5: D. Erickson. L. Decker, D. Owen, B. Jameson, K. Peters, T. Gyllcn, W. Davis, B. Chambers, D. Runman.
A Cappella Choir
CHOIR OFFICERS I. to r.: Sue Anderson, Secretary; Linda Waataja, Treasurer; Mike House. President; Kathy Jostrom, Ass't Treasurer; Karen Rye, Vice President.
The Choir looked very impressive in the red blazers purchased this year. They were worn during the popular segment of all concerts to set it off from the more classical portions.
Christmas concerts were given at the high school and at the Edgewater Apartments in Spring Park. Two concerts were taped for radio and T.V., both aired over Christmas vacation.
The choir also sponsored the annual allschool variety show. It participated in the Pop Concert and Spring Concert. A four-day tour of Northern Minnesota, where they had many singing engagements, was the highlight of the year.
90ROW 1: J. Nielson, V. Schwinglcr, C. Roskraft, D. Haney, J. Keller, D. Salamon, S. Huff, C. Vaughn. ROW 2: D. Sather, A. Gast, M. Weiland, C. Drahos, D. Mernik, L. Symons, L. Swanson, K. Rye, K. Deeds. ROW 3: C. Brown, S. Anderson, V. Ekre, T. Schwartz, J. Drews, D. Bcrglund, C. Leckic, L. Sundlie. ROW A: M. House. J. Beiras, R. Ganzel, G. Hodge, M. Ward, T. Welch, T. Gill, D. Young
Says It With Music
Sherry Cole wonders at her interpretation of her solo for "Pirates.”
CHOIR COUNCIL: I. to r. Chip Sundlie, Leslie Symons, Gayle McKinney, Bob Jameson.ROW 1: L. Sctterlund, M. Gunderson, S. Stubbs, D. Hilbelink, ROW 2: S. Drews, C. Strand, G. HcIIcksen, M. Lovaason, G. Heller, E. Sanow, A. Ohnesorge ROW 3: S. Davidson. S. Thoe, L. Radde, L. Derry, T. Swanson, B. Thurk, J. Weissenbom, K. Shaffer, J. Odmark. ROW 4: P. Clifford. C. Tweedy, C. Gronvold, M. Matachck. S. Silus, B. Skow.
Bob Skow listens for directions during operetta rehearsal.
92ROW 1: E. Knicval, N. Scttcrlund, M. Wallace, M. Brookner, L. Bony, K. Towner. BOW 1 D. VWjtavB, C. Wanton, -. Seeley. L. Bandh, C. Donart, K. Gunderson, S. Heath, D. Kru er, BOW F. Bender, J. YaaBetp,, B. Ma er, D. BandBerg., V. Bennyhoff, B. Borschcid, D. Furry’, M. Carlson, M. Piepkorn, BOW V. D. Nelson, P. ScherBer, Mr. Snesrud, V joBe l, O. YAt, W. Smith.
CONCEBT BKND 0FF1CE.BS . . lo r. Bvtvt S s, Betiturj Treasurer; Jim LoBdeW, Junior BepresenlaUve; in OdmarV. N‘ c President; Carolyn Donart, President; Bud Badde, ViBramn.
The beginning of the year saw the Concert Band settled in the auditorium’s orchestra pit for the musical "Pirates of Penzance". Mr. Snesrud, Band Director, directed the musical portion of the operetta. The annual magazine and fruit cake sales followed with the Band Boosters offering their usual donations and large amount of help and work.
The Band Council is designed as an intermediary between the students and the director. The ideas of the band members are presented at the Band Council’s meetings.I. to r: J. Lobdcll, S. Watson, W. Smith, P. Armstrong, N. Hcnrich, R. Taffe, G. Heller, J. Nielson, Mr. Muth, E. Rustad, L. Lyckholm, P. Lucsse, N. Straley, C. Davis, N. Del Fabbro, S. Smits, G. McKinney, D. Stewart, C. Huff, N. Stahlkc, C. Gronvold, S. Anderson, P. Galati, P. Coleman, D. Cloud, K. Rye, L. Waataja, M. Wallace, B. Tharalson.
Edition of the
Sharon Smits finds the teacher’s lounge a handy place for late work.
Many new duties awaited Nuccia at Mound.
Editor-in-Chief ................................... Gayle McKinney
Associate Editor .................................... Marty Wallace
Copy Editor ......................................... Sharon Smits
Activities .......................................... Linda Waataja
Seniors ............................................. Sue Anderson
Underclassmen ....................................... Pam Coleman
Sports .............................................. Nancy Straley
Index ............................................... Diana Cloud
Photographic Staff............................Lynn Oren, Dick Gray,
Sharon Smits, Linda Waataja, Gayle McKinney, Mike Picpkorn Staff Helpers .................... Nuccia del Fabbro, Karen Rye,
Charlie Davis, Darlene Stewart, Rose Taffe, Nancy Henrich, Wayne Davis, Linda Lyckholm, Bob Skow, Pat Armstrong, Mary Joe Kaplan
94Searching for missing pictures is a common task for editor Gayle McKinney.
After seemingly endless hours of exacting work, the 1965-1966 Mohian staff finally sent in the complete yearbook to the publishing company.
Instead of having the usual two senior co-editors this year, the staff was changed to include one senior editor-in-chief and a junior editor-in-training. Several juniors worked under senior section editors to gain experience for more important positions on next year’s staff.
The facilities of the new school provided much needed working space for the Mohian staff. Having a large, permanent room in which to work was a great improvement this year.
Recrop all my pictures?" screams Sue Anderson.
Planning the activities section provided many hours of work for I.inda Waataja.
Steve Watson finds frequent amusing moments in his Mohian work.
at Sadie Hawkin's.
Judi Gordon lets her emotions go at the end of a hard day.
Editor-in-Chicf Carolyn Donart and associate editors Judi Gordan and Mary' Jo Kaplan worked hard all year to get the "Smoke Signal” out on time. Their dream is to sec the paper achieve the highest rating possible—All American.
In March the editors had the opportunity to attend a high school press conference at the Tyrone Guthrie Theatre— the first ever given. Afterwards they were given a tour of the theatre.
There have been many improvements and additions in the "Smoke Signal” this year. Among them: a new type of paper, new columns, and better pictures.
Advised by Mr. Calvin, the "Smoke Signal continues to be an integral part of Mound High School life.
Diana Cloud studies notes for her exchange column.
Even garlic potato chips taste good to Carolyn and Mary Jo after many hours of hard work.
Advisor Alfred Calvin pauses in thought.
96ROW 1: D. Sathcr, L. Waataja, J. Gordon, Mr. Calvin, M. Kaplan, C. Huff. ROW 2: J. Nielson, D. Cloud, B. Tharalson, M. Matachek, A. Henry, G. Hclleksen. ROW 3: M. Weiland, B. Lippert, M. Wallace, A. Ohnesorge, C. Donart, C. Roskaft. ROW •i: I.. Oren, K. Gcagan. S. Ferron, J. Keller, M. Orn, G. McKinney. ROW 5: D. Krueger, W. Davis, P. Anderson. J. Parrington, C. Davis, D. Gray. ROW 6: K. Styner, K. Gunderson, R. Dodds, D. Erickson, N. Henrich, K. Sandness, S. Watson.
Editor-in-Chief . Associate Editors
Sports Editor . . Exchange Editor . Fashion Editor . Artists .........
Photographers . .
Business Manager Advisor .........
Carolyn Donart .... Judi Gordon Mary Jo Kaplan , . Dick Erickson . . .. Diana Cloud . Linda Waataja Muffic Matachek Ron Dodds .... Lynn Oren Dick Gray ... Charlie Davis .. Alfred Calvin
Mary Brookncr, Carolyn Donart, and Mary Joe Kaplan take time out.
Lynn focuses on an unsuspecting victim.
97Janice Keller, Darlene Stewart, Michele Patzwald, and Kris Deeds make final adjustments.
Nancy Stahlke gets some help from Chip Sundlie during a spare moment at rehearsal.
Major-General Stanley's wards on what they assume to be a deserted island. I. to r: Sue Anderson, Nancy Stahlke. Lynette Pollock, Nancy Straley, Suzanne Nordblom, Judi Gordon.
Max Carlson, as Frederick, bids farewell to his loved one. Mabel, played by Diane Cloud.
"I 3in a Pirate King!" sings Mike House in one of the early numbers in the operetta.
98One of the student directors. Donna Dauin, pauses during rehearsal.
Judi Gordon, Nancy Stahlke, and the rest of Major General Stanley's wards look on as Frederick sings of love.
Chuck Davis puts the finishing touches on a
piece of scenery.
Pirates Mike Hennesy and Greg Felt await their turn on stage.
Diana Cloud ... Max Carlson
.... Mike House
.. . Chuck Leckie
.... Sherry Cole
...... Ron Dodds
...... Greg Felt
... Judi Gordon Suzanne Nordblom . ... Nancy Stahlke
Tom Gill Wayne Davis Ted Schwartz Don Gulhrandson .... Robert Hotvct Charters Anderson . Mary Jo Kaplan Donna Daum
Mabel Frederick Pirate King
Ruth Sergeant of Samuel Edith Kate
Director Musical director Choreographer Student
99Being a pirate is tiring work. George Hodge relaxes backstage for a moment.
Police Sergeant Ron Dodds helps Ruth, played by Sherry Cole, with her costume.
Tucker Leckie, as "the very model of a Major-General," searches for a word to complete his song.
"They are all noble men who have gone wrong." Sherry Cole pleads for the lives of the pirates during the last scene of the operetta.
Mike House sings of his pirate life.
100Production Wins Acclaim
The man behind the scenes: Mr. Charters Anderson's invaluable assistance in direction and choreography helped make the operetta a great success.
Major-General Stanley's wards plead with Frederick.
"If I’ve told you once. I've told you a thousand times!" points out Director Donald Gulbrandson during a rehearsal of "Pirates.”
The pirates rehearse their villainies.
The plight of a poor orphan boy was the subject for last fall’s production of the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, "The Pirates of Penzance.” Acclaimed one of the best productions ever staged at Mound, the play was highlighted by authentic costumes and scenery, lively musical numbers, and an outstanding cast headed by Max Carlson and Diana Cloud. The cast and directors spent many hours in rehearsal to perfect the acting, while the production staff put in many late hours preparing the set and the costumes. The operetta, sponsored by the junior class, drew one of the largest crowds in Mound theatre history.
All people involved in the production agreed on its success and hoped for even greater success of future musicals.
101Mr. Lagc adjusts backdrop during rehearsal.
"Heel and toe, heel and toe—slide, slide, slide." Mike House and Marcenc Floe at the Sadie Hawkin's Dance.
Herr and Frau Green enter into the spirit
of the "Fasching" party.
Susie Swanson, Mary Weiland, Karen Rye, Anne Ohnesorge, and Diane Frankie listen attentively at the "Fasching" party.
102"Mary ‘n Sam"—Sandy Drews and Claudia Thies.
"Patty-cake, Patty-cake." Jim Gilmore and Anita Henry kicking up their heels.
"Slowly I turn ..." Mr. Rcimer and Greg Keller in the Student Faculty Game during Snow Days.
Muffie Matachck and Mike Hennessy make a last minute switch.
Julio Bicras making his debut at the Homecoming Talent Show.
Mound ............................... 0
St. Louis Park ......................13
Mound ............................... 6
Mound ............................... 6
Coach Gove and Co-captains Mike Ncmcs and Dick Erickson, confer before game.30r'82 ssAfioAa
FRONT: I to r. Tom Gill, Jim Gilmore, Mike Hennessy, Jim Chapman, Mike Nemes, Dick Erickson, Peit Maas, Fred Hefty, Jerry Faaberg, Bob Skow, Dave Moore ROW 2: Assistant Coach Blomlie, Assistant Coach Weber, Bruce Kullbcrg, Tom Farren, Mike Madcr, Craig Wolfe, Tom Eisler, Dan Krotz, Terry Breen, Coach Gove, ROW 3: Brad Anderson, Gary Geyen, Dick DcVinncy, Greg Gagne, Don Nellson, Tim Dittmer, Steve Elam, Chuck Carlson, Steve Chapman, manager Craig Patzwald.
Mike Nemes eludes tackles.
It was a season where bad breaks and injuries were overly abundant at Mound, but it was a season of renewed enthusiasm and spirit among the students and the team. Each game was well represented by Mohawk fans to give the team extra spirit. Scores of students and adults watched one of Mound’s finest Homecomings in years as student activities added to the Mohawk victor)’ over Cooper, 32 to 6.
Mike Nemes was chosen most valuable player by the squad, and Dick Erickson was honored by his selection to the All-Conference Team as an Offensive end.
About the season, Coach Gove said, "It was disappointing, but satisfying in the respect that the team hustled all season. We should have won more and the)' deserved to.”
Next year’s team will be co-captained by Craig Wolfe and Greg Gagne.
107Dick Erickson—All Conference Offensive Team.
We Played Our Best Win Or Lose
108The Score Wasn't Always The Story
Mike Nemcs—voted most valuable player by his teammates.
109Touchdown, touchdown for BIG RED!!
"B" Squad Football
’B" SQUAD, ROW 1: Clarence McCarty, Scott Jackson, Greg Keller, Bill Ulrick, Mike Sullivan, Bob Fox, ROW 2: Jack Pederson, Dave Japs, Jeff Gove, Mike Gcagen, Pete Miller, Dale Wallin, ROW 3: Rick Koehn, Dave Brickley, Chuck Ekert, Bruce Roth, Bill Mason.
Coach Solyst, Bill Bennett, Wayne Davis, Bruce Owens, Galyin Holloway, Steve Watson, Tim Fenity. Allan Lee.
Captain Bruce Owens looks over the track trophies.
The Mound Cross Country team started out the season rather slowly this year. However, with the able coaching and encouragement of Coach Solyst, the team began to score consistenly well.
Coach Solyst is looking forward to having the hard running underclassmen back next year. Allan Lee, a freshman, ran well throughout the season and scored many points for the team. Gaylin Holloway also is an able runner.
There were five lettermen at the end of the season: seniors—Captain Bruce Owens, Steve Watson, and Wayne Davis; junior—Gaylin Holloway; and freshman—Allan Lee.
Ill"A” SQUAD, ROW 1: Bob Jensen, Steve Champman, Greg Gagne, Mike Nemes, Tim Dittmer, Tim Welch, ROW 2: Coach Reimcr, Jim Chapman, Tom Gill, Sam Jackson, Joe Weisscnbom, Dick Erickson. Piet Maas, Manager Dave Mross.
Co-captains, Dick Erickson and Jim Chapman, talk over a new play with Coach Reimcr.
112Steve Champman eyes the basket before scoring.
Piet Maas, chosen to the All Conference Team, goes up for a rebound.
The Mohawk Cagcrs had an exciting and a successful season this year. The team started off slowly always thinking far ahead. After they had tried out the Lake Conference teams, the team decided it was about time they talk about someone new. Off they went in a pace no one could keep up with. As they won, they picked up a large group of loyal fans. The more they won, the larger this group became. The Mohawks won eight straight games and surprised many people.
After surprising St. Louis Park, they were on their way. They entered the District Tournament traveling at a speed no one could stop. First they toppled Watertown, 62-30. At Kennedy they found their lucky score to be 47-45 when Dick Erickson stole the ball with only seconds left to win in the game for the Mohawks. From this point they went to Williams Arena, to meet Richfield. Making a fantastic come back in the fouith quarter, they downed Richfield, 47-45. With Bob Jensen making a field goal with one second left. Then the Mohawks met Minnetonka with Minnetonka the victor, 59-56.
One loss wasn’t going to stop the team or the fans. They weren’t about to settle for fourth place. After a big let down, Mound returned to Williams Arena and played one of their greatest games all year to beat St. Louis Park 80-77.
Piet Mass was chosen to the All Conference Team, and Dick Erickson received honorable mention. Out of the ten boys picked for the All District Team, Mound made up one fifth. Bob Jensen and Dick Erickson were chosen from Mound.Bob Jensen scrambles for the ball. Bob was chosen for the All District Team.
Dick Erickson wrestles for the ball at Williams Arena.
Up in the air is Dick Erickson, who was also chosen for the All District Team. He also received honorable mention for All G nference.
Minnetonka ............................... 44
Mound .................................... 34
Edina .................................... 71
Mound .................................... 60
Hopkins .............................. 59
Mound .................................... 53
Kennedy .............................. 54
Mound .................................... 67
St. Louis Park ........................... 74
Cooper ................................... 63
Mound .................................... 74
Richfield .............................. 76
Wayzata .............................. 64
Mound .................................... 59
Lincoln .................................. 67
Mound .................................... 52
Robbinsdale .............................. 69
Mound .................................... 81
Minnetonka ............................... 62
Mound ................................... 5 6
Edina .................................... 91
Mound .................................... 65
Hopkins .............................. 84
Mound .................................... 87
Kennedy .............................. 66
Mound .................................... 85
St. Louis Park............................ 77
Mound .................................... 80
Mound .................................... 58
Mound .................................... 62
Kennedy .............................. 45
Mound .................................... 47
Richfield .............................. 45
Mound .................................... 47
Minnetonka ............................... 59
St. Louis Park ........................... 77
Mike Ncmes battles under the boards.
"B" SQl'AD: Jim Rennie, Chuck Eckert, Tom Welch, Jack Pederson, Scott Jackson, Mark Magnus. Jim Lobdcll, Greg Price, Richard Soule, Ron Carlson, Bill Thurk, Jim Olson, Coach Blomlie.
115Coach Dave Rogers and Co-captains Dave Moore and Steve Silus.
The hockey team was small in numbers, but not in spirit. The boys played hard against some of the strongest teams in the state. Finishing the season with a great come back, the team tied wit!'. Cooper in the last game. There was a greater participation on the part of the student body this year.
Juniors and sophomores made up most of the team. This should form an experienced nucleus for future teams.
116"A" SQUAD. ROW 1: Dave Moore, Nick Evanoff, Bruce Edwards, Tom Farrcn, Tom Eisler Harry Biss, ROW 2: Coach Dave Rogers, Mike Swanson, Jock Derry, Craig Wolfe, Steve Silus, Eric Madson, Guy Johnson.
Minnetonka ............. 6
Mound .................. 2
Edina .................. 9
Mound .................. 0
Kennedy ................ 9
Mound .................. 2
Park ................... 6
Mound .................. 2
Cooper ................. 3
Mound .................. 2
Richfield .............. 9
Wayzata ................ 6
Lincoln ................ 6
Mound .................. 1
Robbinsdale ............ 2
Mound .................. 1
Hopkins ................ 7
Mound .................. 1
Minnetonka ............. 8
Mound .................. 0
Hopkins ................ 8
Mound .................. 0
Edina ................. 10
Mound .................. 2
Kennedy ................ 4
Mound .................. 1
Park .................. 10
.Mound ................. 0
Cooper ................. 5
"B” SQUAD, ROW 1: Jay Tobin, Greg Keller, Bill Ulrick, Clarence McCarty, John Olson, ROW 2: Coach Weber. Jeff Gove. Dave Japs, Jim Purvey, Dave Owens. Brian McCollom, Tom Gyllcn.
117B SQUAD: Manager Steve Kepke, Paul Jensen. Terry Breen, Larry Cloud, Dick Jacobson, Brad Anderson, Bob Subby, Jim
Hcsselgrave. ' '
Gary Eklof, pictured with Coach Macias at the left, went to the district tournament for the Mound wrestling team this year. He finished in second place. Gary wrestles at 120 pounds.
The squad was made up of mostly juniors and sophomores this year. Prospects for next year? Good. The experience of the underclassmen will help a great deal.
De La Salle.............. 54
Mound .................... 0
Watertown ............... 31
Mound ................... 23
Hopkins ................. 52
Mound .................. 0
Mound ................... 9
St. Louis Park .......... 47
Mound ................... 0
Cooper .................. 46
Mound ................... 10
Richfield ............... 43
Mound ................... 3
Wayzata ................. 33
Lincoln ................... 35
Mound ..................... 11
Robbinsdale ............... 48
Mound ..................... 8
Minnetonka ................ 4°
Mound .................... • 8
Edina ...................... 39
Mound ...................... 8
Cokato .................... 39
Mound .................... 13
Captain Gary Eklof and Brian Trainor with Coach Macias.
A" SQUAD: Coach Macias, Brian Combs, Steve Philbrook, Craig Patzwald, Captain Gary Eklof, Brian Trainor, Mike Gegan, Gary Geyen, John Scholl, Bob Fox, Don Nelson, Steve Elam, Student Manager Andy HuelskampWe've Got A Spirit That A Great Team Needs
Jeanne Burak, Paula Henderson, Sandi Drews, and Betty Burak cheer our team on to victor)'.
"A” SQUAD FOOTBALL AND HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS, ROW 1: Pam Sharp, Muffie Matachek, Carol Strand, Kathy Gcl-hayc, ROW 2: Micheal Anderson, Jan Schrocder.
120“A” SQUAD BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: Sandy Huff, Pat Armstrong. Paula Henderson, Betty Burak, Sandi Drews, Jeanne Buark, Diane Hilbelink.
"B” SQUAD CHEERLEADERS: Jeanne Huff, Marccne Floe, Cindy Friden, Jennifer Beahen, Pam Hollmotz, Carole Groschcn.
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From the Mohian Staff to Everyone Who Helped in Any Way-Large or Small-to Create the 1966 Mohian
Adams, Charles Tevis 24, 71 Anderson, Darlene Mae 24, 81, 87 Anderson, Michaele Jeanne 24, 73, 120 Anderson, Susan Marie 24, 74, 77, 83,
90. 91. 93. 98, 100 Ash, Steven Carlyle 24 Aune, Patrick Douglas 24 Bandh, Lynn Lorraine 24, 93 Batdorf, Sandra Louise 24, 84 Beiras, Julio Ramon 25, 53, 74, 77, 86.
91, 102, 103
Bender. Frederick Francis 25, 76, 93
Benson. Barbara Ann 25, 77, 81, 82
Berg. Robert Michael 25, 81
Berglund, Lynda Carol 25, 87
Berry. Stanley Jonathon 25
Berry, Steven Eric 25
Bickford, Patricia Lee 25, 87
Bischke, Richard Alen 26, 81
Block, Lincla Carol 26, 81
Bockmann, William Henry 26
Borg, Scott Lochen 26, 76, 80
Boyd, Timothy M. 26
Brenner, Bonita Lee 26, 71, 74, 77, 85
Brookner. Mary Belle 26, 76, 93, 97
Bryant, James Clark 26
Bryce, Diane Margaret 27, 71
Carlson, Charles Henry 27, 107
Cccka, Peggy Jo 27
Chapman, James Michael 27, 49, 50,
73, 79, 107, 108, 112 Clark, Burton James 27 Clark, Laurel Lee 27 Clifford, Pamela Jean 27, 75. 81, 83,
Cloud. Diana Marie 27, 50, 71. 82, 83, 86, 90, 96. 97, 98
Cole. Sherry Lynn 28, 78, 82, 90. 91, 100, 102
Coleman. Pamela Joan 28, 77, 82, 85 Combs, David Francis 75, 79. 121 Curtis, Brian Thomas 28, 81 Curtis, John Neil 75 Dack, Thomas Claude 28, 81 Daum, Donna Jean 28. 87 Davis, Charles Edward 28, 74, 82, 83.
95, 97. 99 Davis. Wayne Keith 28, 76, 79, 82, 90, 97, 102, 111 Decker, Charles Leroy 28 Del Fabbro, Nuccia Caterina 29. 53, 74,
Dellwo, Mary Louise
Del ton. Steven Tom 29
Derry, Jock Anthony 29, 79, 119
Donart, Carolyn Paula 25, 29, 48, 76, 82,
83, 86, 93, 96, 97 Drahos, Caryl May 29, 91
Drews, Sandra Jane 29. 51, 92, 103,
120, 121 Ebert, Lynn Thomas 29 Eklof. Gary Louis 29, 79, 118. 119 Engelhart, Nancy Lee 30 Erickson. Harvey P. 30
Erickson. Richard Charles 30, 71, 79,
90, 97, 106, 107, 108, 112, 114 I'aaberg, Gerald Orville 30. 79, 93. 107 Farley, Kathleen Josephine 19, 30, 48, 71
Fayvillc, Constance Sue 30, 81, 82 Felt, Gregory Mark 30, 79, 82, 83, 93, 99
Galati, Margaret Ann 30, 51, 82, 87
Ganzcl, Richard Allen 31, 91
Gill, Thomas Eugene 31, 79, 91, 102, 107, 112
Gilmore, James Frcdric 31, 79, 82, 86, 103, 107
Gleason, Devlin Hunter 31, 48 Goodwater, Jerome Keith 31 Goodwater, Marvin Dale 31 Gordon. Judi Marie 31, 48, 49, 78, 82, 90, 96, 97, 98, 99 Gorman, Shine Irene 31 Graeber, Lynn Renee 32 Gravelle, Janet Marie 32 Green, Thomas Authur 32 Grey, Sheryl Lee 32 Gronberg, Dennis Lloyd 32, 51
Gronvold, Carolyn Lee 32, 71, 77, 83. 85, 92
Gunion, Kathleen Faye 32, 75, 81
Hagen, Nancy Jay 32
Hamlin, Robert Harry 33
Hanson, Bruce Allen 33
Hanson. Carol Joyce 33. 82. 85, 93
Hanson, Melvin Leonard 33
Hatcher, Karen Rae 33, 50, 81, 85
Heaton, Stephen Charles 33, 81
Hefty, Fredrick Dean 33, 75, 76, 79,
Heitz, Clarence Joseph 33 Heitz, Donald Alfred 34 Henderson, Craig Harold 34
Henderson, Paula Margaret 34, 73, 120, 121
Hendrickson. Gerald 34, 81 Hennessy, Michael Carl 34, 48, 51, 52, 71. 83, 90, 99, 103, 107 Henry', Anita Marie 34, 82, 97, 103 Hofteig, Lauren Paul 34 Holloway, Bonnie Rachel 34, 87
House, Michael Clifford 35, 79, 82, 86, 90. 91, 98, 100, 102 Huclskamp. Andrew Clarence 35, 81,
Huff, Pamela Jean 35 Jackson, Sam 35, 112 Jameson. Carroll Eugene 35. 70. 82.
83. 90, 91 Janke. Sharon Marie 35, 87 Jerdee, Thomas Harold 81 Johns, Richard Francis 35,’71, 81 Johnson, Bruce F. 35 Johnson, Christopher Hey 36. 81, 82. 83 Johnson, Karla Jo 36 Johnson, Nadine Laliel 36 Kepke, Susan Lorraine 36, 85, 87 Koehler. Harold Elmer 36 Krueger. Duane Marlin 36, 76, 93, 97 Lacny, Daniel John 36 LaFave, Steven James 36 Landberg, Dennis Gale 37, 93 Landis, Cathy Ann 37, 82, 83 Larson, John Earl 37, 50 Larson, Keith Melvin 37, 79 Leckie, Charles David 37, 50, 91, 100 Lee, Cathy Frances 37, 76 Lien. Douglas Edward 81 Lien, Judy Lynn 37
Luesse, Peggy (Margaret) 37, 75, 82, 83
Lyckholm, Linda Karen 38, 75, 90
Maas, Pieter Mathias 38, 76, 79, 107,
Madson, Gary Lee 38
Mahler, William Charles 38, 93
Mann, Neil Virgil 38
Matachek. Diane Lynn 38, 49, 52, 74, 83, 92, 97, 103, 120 McKinney, Gayle Ellen 38, 82, 90, 91.
Mernik, Deborah Jane 38, 77, 91 Mohn, Boyce Michael 19. 39, 51, 74,
Moore, David Dean 39, 74, 79, 107,
Moss, Gayle Marcjueritc 39, 75, 82
Mross, David Frank 39. 79, 112
Musikov, Paul Michael
Negaard, Richard Arnold 39
Nelson, Carol Corrine 39, 84
Nelson, Nancy Kay 39
Ncmes, Michael David 39, 51, 73, 79,
106, 107, 108, 109, 112. 115
Niccum, Linda Marie 40, 75, 81, 85
Olsen, Jeff Allan 40
Olsen, Roger Lee 40
Olson, Susan Barbara 40, 76, 82, 83, 84
Owens, Bruce James 40, 76, 111
Palmer, Wesley Earl 40
Patzwald, Michele Annette 9. 82, 83,
90. 98, 102 Pearson, Carol Ann 40, 81 Peterson, Ramona Ann 41, 90
139Philbrook, Frank Authur 41, 101 Piepkorn, Michael William 41, 48, 76,
Porter, Thomas Carlton 4l Ramola, Joseph Rasmussen, Mark Lee 41 Reilein. Linda Lee 41, 81, 87 Rcinitz, Henry Joel 41, 81 Roberge, Jane Marie 41, 81 Roberge, Jean Maureen 42, 81 Roskraft, Claudia Marie 42, 83. 90, 97 Roth, Alan Lee 42, 76 Runman, Douglas Eric 42. 90 Rustad, Evelyn Elizabeth 42, 84 Salamon. Diane Jean 42, 76, 91 Sather, Donna Mae 42, 82, 91, 97 Schroeder, Janet Louise 43, 78. 87, 120 Schwinglcr. Victoria Ann 43, 81, 91 Seeley, Lynn Cherie 43, 93 Setterlund, Linda Kay 43, 84, 86, 92 Shaffer, Kenneth Lawrence 43, 76, 92 Sherman, Clifford Joe 43 Shortley, Douglas Lyle 43, 81 Shultz, John Michael 43 Silus, Stephen Douglas 44, 52, 71, 74, 79. 82, 83. 92, 93. 116, 117 Sincheff, Stacy- Ann 44, 81, 84, 87 Skow, Robert Cushman 79, 83, 92, 107 Smedberg, Lynn Jeannette 44 Smith, Jeremy Lynn 44 Smith, Sharon Lee 44, 50, 82, 94 Sohns, Susan Patricia 44, 81 Speer. Stephen Robert 44 Stanton, Gary Alan 44 Stewart. Marie Darlene 45. 82, 90, 98 Stodola, Richard Allen 45
Straley. Nancy Jo 45, 49, 70, 73, 74,
82. 85, 87, 90. 98
Strand. Carol Ann 45, 92, 120
Stubbs, Susan Kay 45, 92
Subby, Mary Pamela 19, 45
Swanson, Linda Carol 19, 45, 91
Swanson, Linda Rae 45, 81
Swanson, Michael Edward 46, 49, 79, 117
Thies, Claudia Lorraine 46, 51, 87 Towner, Kathy Jo 46, 77. 93 Trainor, Brian Edward 46, 50, 71, 119 Waataja, Linda Joy 46, 49, 74, 82, 90, 95. 97
Wambeke, Tom Joseph 46
Ward. William Michael 46, 91
Watson. Steven Robert 46, 49, 74, 77, 79. 82. 95, 97, 100, 111
Weiland, Mary lane 47, 76, 82, 91, 97. 102
Welch, Theodore James
Welch, Timothy Terrance 47. 91, 102, 112
West, Darryl Guy
Wigner, Susan Ann 47
Williams, Rosemary Angela 47, 52, 74, 81
Wilson, Robert Ellis 47, 74 Wright, Janet Mary 19, 47 Young, Richard Vincent 47, 81, 91 Zoldahn, David Earl 47, 90, 101
Anderson. Bradley A. 56, 57, 107, 118 Anderson. Joy A. 56, 75, 76 Anderson, Kim 56 Anderson. Peggy 56, 87, 97 Armstrong, Patty J. 56, 72, 77, 121 Asao, Kathleen R. 56, 57, 77. 83 Bell, Colleen 56 Bennett, James W. 56 Bennyhoff, Paul B. 56, 93 Berglund, David R. 56, 91 Berglund, Michael E. 56 Bickford, Janet E. 56 Borry, Linda J. 56, 77, 80, 82, 83, 93 Borschcid, Robert R. 56, 93 Bosiger, Linda S. 83 Braasted, Alana K. 56 Brecht, Linda 56. 81 Breen, Patricia R. 56, 77 Breen. Terrence 107, 118 Brethorst, Robin 56 Brown. Cathy A. 56, 76, 83, 91 Buell, Diane M. 56, 76, 83 Burak, Jcannie K. 56, 120, 121 Ctmeron, Ava 56, 84 Carlson, Max W. 56, 72. 74, 76, 93, 98, 99, 101 Carlson, Norma 56, 81 Cates, Linda 56 Cecka, John M. 56 Chambers, Robert B. 56, 76, 90, 101 Chapman, Stephen 56, 79, 107, 112,
Christie, Ruth A. 57, 81, 84
Cooper, Robert E. 57
Dack, Gary L. 57
Davidson, Susan J. 57, 77, 84, 92
Davis, Dianne L. 57, 77
Davis, Margaret H. 57
Decker, Larry- 57, 90
Deeds, Kristina L. 57, 91, 98
Dc Nomme, Mary R. 57
Derry, Leanne T. 57, 83, 92
Dc Vinncy, Richard 57, 107
Dittmcr, Tim M. 57, 107, 112
Dodds, Ronald C. 56, 57, 72, 76, 82, 97, 100
Dressel, Mary- Ann 57, 75
Drews, John R. 57, 91, 101
Ebert, Robert E. 57
Edwards, Bruce A. 57, 76, 117
Eisler, Thomas W. 57, 107, 116, 117
F.krc, Valeric 57, 91
Elam, Steven 57, 107, 119
Erickscn, Janet J. 57
Erickson, Stephen 57
Erlenbush, Michael 57
Farren, Tom B. 57. 90. 101, 107, 117
Perron, Sally 57, 77, 82. 90, 97
Field, Gary A. 57
Finn. Juliet 57, 58. 90
Forester, Hersel 58
Frahm, Keith 58
Furry, Donald R. 58, 93
Gagne. Gregory- A. 9, 57, 58, 107, 112
Ganzcl, Haney A. 58
Gast, Angeline B. 58, 91
Gcagen, Kathleen M. 58, 77, 82, 97
Gehrke, Barbara 58, 81
Gelhaye, Kathy 58, 73, 81, 90, 120
Geyen, Gary G. 58. 79. 107, 119
Geyen, Linda M. 58, 84
Geyen, Thomas 58
Gould, Blandinc D. L. 58, 77
Gray, Richard J. 58, 97
Gunderson, Karen A. 58, 76, 83, 93,
Gunderson, Mary E. 58, 76, 86, 92
Gyllen, Thomas 58, 90, 117
Hanson, Doloris R. 58
Hare, Allen 58
Hartley, Janet 58. 90
Haney-, Deborah J. 58, 83, 91
Hawley, Tamra L. 58
Heath, Susan 58, 93
Hcitz, Pauline 58. 75
Hellekson, Gwen D. 58. 82. 92, 97
Heller, Georgia B. 58, 77, 80, 82, 92
Henderson, Barbara A. 58, 97
Hcnrich. Nancy I.. 58, 97
Hesse, Steve C. 58
Hesselgrave, Carol J. 58
Hilbelink, Diane M. 58. 77, 92, 121
Hodge. George P. 58, 91. 100, 101
Holloway, Gaylin 58. Ill
Huff. Carol Ann 58, 77. 84, 97
Huff, Sandra L. 58, 78, 91, 121
Jensen, Robert D. 59, 79, 112, 114
Johns, Carol Ann 59
Johnson. Guy 59, 117
Johnson, Jacqueline E. 59, 76. 85, 90
Johnson. Susan K. 59. 77, 83. 90
Johnson, Trudy 9. 59, 82
Jostrom. Kathy A. 59, 90
Kalgrin, Frank T. 59
Kaplan, Mary Jo 11, 59. 72, 76, 82,
83, 96. 97 Keller, Janice D. 59. 76, 83. 91. 97, 98 Kelly, Mary J. 59 Ketchum, Milo 59 Knievel, Eric S. 59, 76, 80, 93 Koehler, David S. 59, 85
140Koepp, Roxane A. 59 Kowal, Paulette W. 59 Krause, Carol J. 59 Krotz, Daniel 59, 107 Krueger. Alan H. 59 Krueger. Diane M. 59 Kullberg, Bruce R. 59. 79. 107 Lagerquist. Scott R. 59 Laken, Janet M. 58, 59. 81 Laursen. James 59 Lcppcrt, Brooke 59, 81, 97 Lobddl, James J. 59. 79. 95. 115 Lovaascn, Mary J. 59, 77, 82, 92 I.utter, Andrew J. 19, 59 Maas, Eldon E. 59. 83 Madcr, Michael P. 59, 107 Madson, Eric R. 59. 117 Martin, Diane L. 59. 87 Matson, Robert M. 59. 81 McDonald, Kathleen M. 59. 84, 87 McGill, Frank 59 McGill, Sharon L. 59, 87 McGrath. Darlene 59, 82, 93 McKinney, Richard 60 Miller, Beverly 60. 84 Miller. Steven 60, 79. 82 Morrison, Lawrence 9. 60 Mueller, Arlee 60
Nelson. Donald .A. 60, 77, 79, 93. 107. 119
Nelson, Rita M. 60, 81
Nielson, Joyce L. 60. 74, 77, 82, 91. 97
Nordblom, Suzanne L. 60, 77, 82, 90,
Odmark, James S. 60, 72, 83, 92, 93
Ohnesorgc, Anne 11, 60, 77, 92, 97.
Olson, James P. 60. 115
Olson, Jerry R. 60
Oreo. Lynn M. 60, 81, 82, 84. 96, 97
Owen. David S. 60. 76. 79, 83, 90. 101. 117
Owens, Dale R. 60
Parrington, Jonathon 60, 77, 97
Peters, Kim C. 60, 90
Pieper, Kathy J. 60
Pollock, Lyncttc M. 60, 98
Pratley, Arthur R. .60
Pribbenow, William L. 60
Price, Gregor)' N. 60, 115
Radde. Lucinda A. 60. 76, 86, 92. 93
Rasmussen, Michael T. 60
Rezba, Clifford A. 60, 81, 83
Richardson. Rocknc 60
Riis, Donald 60
Rolf, Sandra K. 60, 85
Ross. Ellen J. 60
Roth, Gar)' R. 60
Royce Thomas L. 60, 76, 83, 90
Rye, Karen M. 48, 57, 58, 62, 74. 76, 90, 91, 95, 102
Sawicki, Ellen K. 60, 77, 86
Scherber, Paul A. 60, 93
Schmidt. Carol A. 60. 75. 77. 83
Scholl, John 60. 119
Schulenbcrg. Melanie A. 60, 74
Schuler, Gary O. 60
Schultz. Kenneth E. 60
Schwartz. Ted 60. 91
Setterlund, Nancy 60. 85, 93
Sharp, Pamela 61, 120
Simmons. Virginia 61
Sincheff, Terrence L. 61
Smith. Wendy M. 61, 74, 77, 82. 83,
85, 92, 93 Splettstaszer, Susan R. 61 Stahlke, Nancy L. 61. 76. 90. 98. 99 Steinmetz, Thomas S. 61 Stello, James H. 61 Styner, Kathleen J. 61, 87, 97 Subby, Robert C. 61, 118 Sundlic, Leif N. 61. 91. 98 Swanson, Susan M. 61, 76, 102 Swanson, Thomas 61, 92 Swenscn, Stephen A.
Symons, Leslie A. 61, 81, 91
Taffc, Rosemarie 61, 77, 82
Taylor, Sue C. 61
Templin, Jeanette 61. 81
Tharalson, Bonnie R. 61, 81, 97
Thoc, Sharyl L. 61, 92
Thompson, Mary L. 61, 81, 85, 90
Thurk. William H. 61. 92. 115
Troide, Diana L. 61
Tweedy, Crystal 61, 82, 92
Ulman, Jeanne 61
Vaughn. Carol 61, 76, 91
Voorhees, Patricia A. 61
Wallace. Martha 61, 74. 76. 83, 93. 95.
Walton, Thomas 61
Weissenborn. Joseph O. 57, 61, 74, 79.
92, 112 Welch, Charles 61 Wheeler, Clifford B. 61 Wilkes, Linda I. 61 Wolfe. Craig 61. 79, 107. 117
Ackerman. Michael P. 62 Adams. Marvin R. 62 Adams, Steven S. 62 Ahsenmacher, Mary L. 62 Andersen, Sharon L. 62, 88 Anderson. Arden C. 62 Anderson. Barbara 62 Anderson. Carol L. 62 Bailey, Larry 62 Baird. Jerald M. 62 Baker, Joseph 62
Barrett, Melinda I.. 62, 88 Batdorf, Kay A. 62, 88 Bcahen. Jennifer E. 62, 88, 121 Bee. Michael A. 62, 89 Behn, Robert 62 Bender, Heidi L. 62, 83, 88 Bennett, Sharon 62, 87 Bcnnyhoff, Sandra H. 62, 89 Bctzold, Jeanne M. 62, 88 Bick, Peg 62 Bickfold, Virginia 62 Bicnstihl, Rac A. 62 Birt, David I-. 62 Block, Kathleen M. 62 Blood, Kathleen 62 Blut, Dave Boldon, Robert 62 Braun, Mildred 63, 88 Brekkc, Karen R. 63, 88 Brickie)', David W. 63. 110 Bruhn, Bonnie 63, 89 Buehl, John E. 63 Byers. Melody M. 63, 77, 84 Carlbom, Paul H. 63, 88 Carleen, John C. 63 Carlson. Ronald H. 63, 88, 115 Christenson. Alvin Christie, Darilyn 63 Clark, Lesli 63, 88 Clifford. Rhee K. 63. 82. 88 Cloud, Lawrence A. 63, 118 Combs, Brian V. 63, 119 Cox, Linda R. 63, 88, 89 Cressy, Jeanne A. 63 Curtis, Beverly L.
Curtis, Michael A. 63 David, Donald D. 63 Davis, Wendy D. 63, 80 De Groat, Sandra K. 63 Diamond, Richard 63, 89 Dornsbach, Robert 63 Douglas. Robert A. 63 Drake, Sally B. 15, 63, 77, 88 Dressel, Gerald D. 63 Dudck, Elizabeth A. 63 Ecklund, Patricia A. 63, 83 Eckert, Charles M. 63, 110, 115 Eiss, Harry 63, 116, 117 Ekberg, Patricia L. 63, 88 Elliott, William 63 Erickson, Sharon 63, 88 Evanoff, Nicholas G. 63, 117 Fahrman, Patricia A. 63, 83, 87 Farley, Sean T. 63, 89 Farness, Joyce R. 63, 88 Fayville, Jerry J. 63 Felt, Gretchen R. 63. 88 Fenstad, Cheryl R. 63, 83, 88 Fisher, Jane C. 63 Fisher, Larry
141Fletcher, Linda J. 63, 89 Floe. Marcenc L. 63. 74, 83, 88. 102, 121
Fox. Robert W. 63, 89. 110. 119 Frankie. Diane W. 63, 76. 84, .89, 102 Fredrickson, Curtis O. 63 Friden, Lucinda 64, 83, 88, 120 Fritz, Linda G. 64 Gabbs. Clinton M. 64 Gcagen, Michael T. 64, 110. 119 Geyen, Jean S. 64. 88 Golbcrg, Arnold T. 64 Goodwater, Harriet K. 64 Gove. Jeffrey 64, 74. 110, 117 Gravelle. Sharon 64
Groschen, Carole A. 62, 64, 74, 83, 88, 121
Gruhn, Janet 64, 82, 83 Grundmeier. Charlene M. 64 Gunderson. Carol J. 64 Gustafson, Marcia C. 64, 89 Gustncr. Darleyenc 64, 88 Hackl, Edward John 64 Hadden, Wendy J. 64, 80. 89 Hanson. Gary C. 64, 85. 88 Hanson, Sharon A. 64, 89 Hare, Gerald I. 64 Hasse, Judy I. 64, 77 Havens. Shelly V. 6-1, 88 Heinecke, Robert 64 Heinsch, Stanley 64 Heitz. Wendy J. 64. 88 Henderson. John W. 64 Hendrickson, Steven J. 64, 88 Henke, Mary H. 64 Henrich, Teresa J. 64. 88 Hesseigrave, James R. 118 Hicks. Valerie A. 64 Hinge, Sandra L. 64 Hoaglund, George B. 64 Hollmotz, Pamela L. 64, 88, 72, 121 Holloway, Jcril T. 64, 89 House, Robert C. L. 64, 72, 76. 88 Hubbell. Dennis J.
Huelskamp, Anna M. 64
Huff, Jeanne M. 64, 88, 121
Hunt, Barbara J. 64
Iverson, Darlene K. 64
Jackson, Scott C. 64. 88, 110, 115
Jacobson, Richard L. 64, 118
Japs. David T. 64. 88, 110, 117
Jensen, Paul C. 65, 88, 1 8
Johnson, Candace H. 65. 77, 82, 88
Johnson, Connie M. 65
Johnson, Gayle M. 65, 88
Johnson, Linda J. 65, 83
Just. Jeanne K. 65, 88
Keller, Gregory R. 62, 65, 103, 110,
Kepke. Stephen I. 118
Ketzback, Cheryl A. 65
Koehn, Richard R. 65. 110
Koehnen, Karen M. 65
Kraft, Steven F. 65
Krager, Paula 65, 83
Krisatis, Terrance 65
Krotz, Paula 65
Krueger. Elaine C. 65
Kussclgravc, Jim 65
La Fave, Mary A. 65, 84. 89
Langford, Don E. 65, 85
Larson, Lonnie 65
Lasatcr, Catherine M. 65
Leckic, Janette B. 65, 89
Lee, Virginia K. 65, 89
Leighton. Patricia L. 65, 83, 88
Lidberg, Bruce J. 65
Magnus, Mark 65, 115
Marschke, Darlene H. 65
Mason. William L. 65, 110
McCarty, Clarence A. 65, 110. 117
McClure, Colleen H. 65
McCollom, Brian E. 65, 89, 117
McDonald, Karen A. 65, 84
McGill, James W. 65
McKcnney, Terry M. 65
McKinley, Janis 62. 67, 74, 77, 83. 88
McNeal, Peggy E. 65, 83, 89
McVay, William G. 65, 77
Michel, Cathrine J. 65, 88
Michel, Douglas 65
Miller. Peter M. 65, 74, 110
Miller, Susan M. 65
Misiak, Loren V. 65
Mobbcl, Dennis 65
Mulen, George A. 65, 76, 89
Neitge, Jean C. 66. 83. 88
Niccum, Diane W. 66
Niccum, Randi L. 66
Niccum, Rick 66
Nichollis. Janis 66, 77
Nielsen, Kimberly A. 66, 83, 89
Noland, Roberta 66, 88
Oddcn, Robert J. 66
Odell. Steve 66
Olson, John C. 66, 117
Olson. Roxanne 66, 88
O'Neil, Daniel T. 66
Orn. Marlyne A. 66, 82, 97
Otery, Diana 66, 88
Palesotti, Anthony 66
Patzwald, Craig S. 66, 107, 118
Pedersen. Jack V. 62, 66, 110, 115
Pedersen. Lance 66
Peterson, David S. 66
Petri, Lane L. 66
Petty. Michael 80
Philbrook, Stephen H. 66, 88, 119
Poirier, Audrey M. 66 Printup. Patty M. 66, 76 Puffer, John E. 66, 88 Purvey, James A. 66. 117 Rennie, James A. 66, 115 Rice. Kevin C. 66. 88 Rincs, Steven H. 66 Roberts, Susan 66, 88 Robinson. John R. 66 Rogers. Jo-Ann E. 66, 84, 89 Rom ness, Kay A. 66, 83, 89 Rosch, Michael 66 Ross, Susan 67 Roth, Bruce E. 67. 89. 110 Roufs, Mary B. 67, 88 Rudd. Lynne 67 Rienman, Kathy M. 67, 88 Salamon, Gayle R. 67, 89 Saltzman, Paulette 67, 88 Sandness. Karen E. 67, 76, 82, 97 Sanow, William H. 67 Schernau, Carol J. 67 Schmieding, David C. 67 Scholer, Alice M. 67, 88 Scholl, Sharon L. 67, 88 Schultz, Lynda J. 67 Shepherd, Cheryl K. 67, 88 Sherman, Jody K. 67 Shultz, Jcrc Thomas 67 Smith. Shirley A. 67 Soule, Richard W. 67, 88, 115 Splettstazzer, David Splettstoeszer, Shirley 67, 88 Stoddart, Carol 67, 82 Straley, Stanley E. 67 Sullivan, Michael F. 67, 110 Swanson, Barbara G. 67, 89 Swenson, Thomas M. 67 Swenson, William 67 Terrell, Stephen 67 Tessmer, Mark L. 63, 88 Thomas, Lynn K. 67, 89 Tobin, Jay D. 67, 117 Trippler, Daryla M. P. 67 Tyra, Ronda L. 67 Todd, Jerc
Ulrick, William J. 67, 89, 110, 117
Van Liere. Sandra C. 67, 77, 82, 88
Void. John S. 67, 89
Waataja, Keith B. 67
Wallin, Carol J. 67, 80, 88
Wallin, Dale C. 67, 110
Webster, John D. 67
Weeks. James A. 67, 89
Welch, Mark E. 67
Welch, Thomas A. 67, 88, 115
Wheeler, Bill 67
White, Darlene 67
Wilkes, Daniel J. 67, 85
Young, Kenneth R. 67
142Looking Back . . .
When all the homework is handed in and end-of-the-year good-byes are said, looking back on all that has happened one must admit it was a very good year.
Mound gained recognition in the Lake Conference Student Council as Vice President . . . was elected Delegate-at-Large to the National Student Council. In a display of sportsmanship of which we can all be proud, the student body cheered its basketball team on to victory and a position of third in the district. A cooperative effort of the Junior and Senior Classes resulted in the record breaking success, "The Pirates Of Penzance.” And there was more—Homecoming with Nancy Straley reigning as Queen ... a Fasching party ... the band and choir Pop Concert ... talent shows ... Sadie Hawkins Dance ... soc hops ... pep fest skits ... cheering at games ... and memories of people.
During a year, one acquires a long list of "'thank you's” whether you are a member of a staff such as the Mohian or Smoke Signal or an individual student. To Mr. Muth, the most misunderstood advisor, for his many hours of patience . . . Mr. Calvin for his advice, counsel and photographic equipment. . . Jim Koechler for all the doors opened, errands run and friendly smiles . . . Mr. Olson for the use of his darkroom . . . Lynn Oren and Dick Gray for all their after school hours of help . . . Mr. Haga tor his patient endurance of our demands . . . Mr. Nielson for photographic advice and assistance .. . Marty Wallace for being the best assistant an editor could hope for . . . "'my staff” for seeing it through to the end and laughing with me at all our misfortunes ... all who gave their time and effort, THANK YOU. for making this a year to remember...
Gayle McKinney Editor
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