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

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 1 968 Mohian Mound High School 4 24 30 76 10 30 16 3 Mound, MinnesotaOne of man’s greatest searches in life is the search for happiness. Everyone wants most, that which will make him happy. Naturally, happiness is different things to different people. Because it is so important to every human, the theme of the 196 Mohian is “Happiness Is.” “Happiness i . u by-product of an cITorl to make someone else happy." Cretla Palmer "Happiness Is nothing if it is not known, and very little if it !« not envied. Samuel Johnson 2Table of Contents Faculty and Academic.............. 4 Seniors...........................24 Underclassmen.....................60 Activities........................76 Sports..........................1 10 Advertising.....................130 Index........................... 14® 3 Happiness is happy teachersA New Assistant Our Principal Happiness can be a motivation from the sum total of life’s daily experiences. Much understanding and interpretation is necessary to derive this kind of result. Education can enhance the possibilities. Happiness is necessary in life, now and in the future, if your life is to be meaningful to you. The days in high school will he some of the most enjoyable days in your life. Abraham Lincoln once said, “Most folks are about as happy as they make up their mind to be." Make up your mind and be happy. School Hoard, left to right: Seated—Mr. Anderson, l)r. Romiicss, Mr. (dn-mberlin: Standing—Mr. Jackson, Mr. Berry. Mr. Ring-red. Mr. Gagne. Dr. Kenneth Iverson . . . Suix-rintendent of Schools. Policy Makers The main responsibility for the care and maintenance of District No. 277 fell upon the seven members of the school hoard. Elected by the voters of the district, the members decided on the year’s schedule, hired personnel, managed the district’s building and property, determined school policy, and dealt with matters of budgeting and taxation. To carry out their policies, the Board appoints a superintendent, a business manager, and a principal for each building. The board meets once a month plus having many emergency meetings. The minutes were published in the Minnetonka Herald. 7The Guidance Department was staffed by the two counselors. Mr. Musser and Mr. Babcock, and their secretary Mrs. Armstrong. Each student had at least one scheduled interview during the year in which his curriculum and career plans were reviewed. Especially important were the senior interviews in which the seniors discussed their college and vocational plans with the counselors. The Guidance Department also administered such tests as the MSAT, the SAT and the ACT. Francis Babcock . . . Coun«rlor and Guidance Chairman . . . ‘"Happiness is variable and not definable." Helpful Guidance 8Office Staff, left to right: Norma Bort . Doris Maxwell. Florence Boyle, Jran Armstrong. Behind fhe 9cene The people behind the scenes were the people that kept Mound High School running smoothly and efficiently. The custodians were responsible for keeping Mound High clean and in running order. The kitchen staff" was responsible for preparing lunch for all the hungry people here. The office staff was in charge of keeping our records straight, keeping track of absences and tardiness, and a million other details that are so necessary in running a school. The nurse, who was the advisor of a newly formed Red Cross Club, had an attractive office where the students could come for medical assistance and emergencies. Marian lJn |ui !. Nurse Custodians, left to right: Jim Koecheler, Melvin Cr«-s . Kd-ward Fisher, not pictured Kd Kiss. (Head Custodian) AI Funk. Kitchen Staff, left to right. Row 1: Margaret Zahlden. Grace McCurdy. Knid Splettstas-zrr, Claribel Parker. Row 2: Mudie Olimann. Killian Trask. Mildren Swanson. Klizabelh Nickisch. 9Expressing Ideas Susan Kyllo . . . Speech . . . Smoko Signal . . . Happiness is soring students actively engaged in learning because they want to. Arthur Erickson . . . Librarian . . . Happiness is summer vacation. The basic mechanics of sentence structure, writing, vocabulary and literature were the main ureas of study in English 10. English II was a continuation of this with the emphasis on American Literature, in English 12, the year’s work was huilt around English literature with an added stress on composition. To further improve their writing skills, many students look the semester course in pre-college composition. The Independent Study Program, in which the student studied outside the classroom, was adopted experimentally. Speech I and II. both semester courses, emphasized the importance of fluent oral communication. The use of a set of “telephones” made conversational practice more life-like. The rapidly expanding library with its 7.500 volumes was indispensable to all areas of study. All students found much information and enjoyment on the shelves of fiction, non-fiction, reference materials and periodicals. James Jackson . . . English 12. College Composition . . . Happiness is wealth, health, friends, knowledge and power. Duane Eide . . . English 10 . . . Happiness is the completion of the correction of 115 compositions. Donald Gulhrandson . . . English 12 . . . Thespians, Class Plav Director . . . Happiness is 2:15 Friday before a vacation. 10Vicarious Experiences Grace Johnson . . . English 10. 11 ... Declamation ... “Happiness is a mirrored image: the relleetion is the reaction to one’s feelings.” Sharon Burkhart . . . English 11. 12 . . . “Happiness is having students who have prepared their assignments.” Francis Nelson . . . English 11. 12 . . Debate Advisor . . . "Hap- piness i« not having to complete a lot of silly forms!" Gerald Essolman . . . English 10 . . . Junior Class Advisor . . . “Happiness is 2:15." John (jirlccn and George Mulen concentrate on their Senior Term Papers. IIJohn Blomlie . . , Worhl History . . . Basketball coach ... Assistant Football coach ... “Happiness is being lunchroom supervisor the day before a vacation when olives arc being served.” Guy Jenks . . . American History . . . Worhl History . . . Wrestling Coach . . . Cross Country Coach . . . “Happiness is a feeling of accomplishment.” Donald Reimer . . . American History . . . C.olf Coach . . . “Happiness is a 3-day weekend." History: Past and Present Karen Heath and Dave Salt man enjoy the facilities of the library.Robert Gove . . . American History . . . Social Problems . . . Football Coach . . . "Happiness is a student with a lii»li I.C. (Intellectual Curiosity).” Gordy Knott points nut a place of interest to Jane Alexander. Incoming sophomores were faced with American History litis year. The course revolved about the early history of our country. Along with the numerous “revolutions and rebellions’ studied, reports were given throughout the year. Because all social sciences are required of students, every junior had the opportunity to advance his knowledge of wbrld history. Civilizations, current issues and events, and extensive study of different areas of the world comprised the subject areas. Senior Social Studies concentrated on three main areas. Sociology covered human behavior, individual habits and human nature. In Economics the seniors studied the American economic system as compared to others. The last area was political science, which dealt with the importance and functions of our government. Melvin Gimmestad . . . Social Problems . . . Student Council Advisor . . . “Happiness is maintaining self-respect.” 13Norman Simondrt . . . AIp« !»ra . . . Consumers Malli . . . Math Club advisor . . . “Happiness is having everyone pass a math test." Gerald Wcl cr . . . Plane Geometry . . . Consumer Mathematics . . . Horkrv Coach . . . Junior Varsity Football Coach . . . “Happiness is whatever you make it.’’ James Schulte . . . Plane Geometry . . . Elementary Algebra . . . Math IV . . . National Honor Society advisor . . . “Happiness is giving 25 A’s to a class of 24“ Calculation Galore A busy geometry class searches for a deeper knowledge of mathematics. The main math courses this year included plane geometry II. advanced algebra III and solid geometry-trigonometry. In plane geometry or Math II the students studied basic geometric properties such as perimeters, areas and volumes of geometric objects. Students enrolled in advanced algebra or Math III learn how to solve quadratic equations, logarithms, trigonometric functions and other aspects of algebra. Three dimensional relationships were emphasized in solid geometry, while triangles and distances were included in the study of trigonometry. Consumer mathematics provided a good review in arithmetic and included practice in filing income taxes. VaT6- 30- -x. x -+ 3cu 14William Anderson ... Biology ... Science Club advisor ... “Happiness is having a biology lab where someone does not say, ‘Oh, ish!’” Roger Hanson ... Biology ... Track Coach ... “Happiness is asking an official an interpretation and finding his rule book written in braille." Clavtou Nielson . . . Chemistry anil Physics . . . Senior Cla s advisor . . . “Happiness is facing a group of eager, interested students and not waking to find it uas only n dream." Dennis Schrnedcr . . . Chemistry and Physical Science . . . “Happiness is having the students know what is going on in chemistry lab." Exploring Unknowns Biology students struggle for knowledge. The Chemistry lab hums with activity. Biology, chemistry, physics and physical science were the courses offered this year in the science department. Stressing research and experimentation the science courses allowed the student to learn by seeing results, not hearing them. An interest in living things was the prime requisite in biology, while chemistry and physics explored the nature of matter and its ranges. The general basics of chemistry and physics were taught in the physical science course. 15Andrea l.ee-Steere and Melody Byers practice their shorthand with the help of the new dictation machines. Learning the Business Field Rosemary Burton . . . Stenography I. TI . . . Office Practice . . . Typing . . . Business Machines . . . "Happiness is students with shining eyes and smiling faces.” Typing is the basic course in the Business Department for it is the prerequisite to all stenography courses and is essential for many jobs. Students took the full year course which is mainly for those planning a business career or learning the elements of personal typing in the semester course. Students planning secretarial careers continued their business education with stenography I and II in which they learned Gregg shorthand. The first year course was devoted to the basic elements of stenography while the second year emphasized speed ami accuracy in shorthand transcription. Office practice, offered to students enrolled in stenography II. emphasized the use of various kinds of typewriters, adding machines and duplicators. Other topics covered were filing and job relations. Students in the semester course of consumer economies studied budgeting, savings, credit, taxes, insurance and other topics vital for running a household. Robert Fox . . . Typing . . . Consumer Economics . . . "Happiness is happy students eager to learn."Job Training “Concentration conquers all." The course in bookkeeping covered the forms used in a business of the sole proprietorship mercantile sales type. Students learned to use ledgers, checks, vouchers, statements, reconciliations and other tools of business. The structure and running of a business were also covered. The semester course in clerical practice was available to students who had taken typing and wanted to further their skills with the typewriter and other office machines. Under the distributive education program students learned and practiced job skills by actually holding jobs in Mound businesses. Juniors entered tin program with a study of such areas as salesmanship, marketing arid job interviewing. Seniors studied business organization, human relations, good grooming, how to find a job. interviews, etc. Patrick Furlong . . . Distribution I. II. and Coordinator ... Hockey Coach ... Football Coach ... “Happiness is playing hockey on an indoor arena." Ervin Muth . . . Bookkeeping . . . Cleri-eal Practice . . . Molii.au Advisor . . . “Happiness is ha ing a very cheerful and thoughtful Moliian Staff meeting all deadlines." Bookkeeping challenges all who attempt it. 17German III students learn to speak the language with a smile. Mintic Ferguson ... Cerman ... German Club advisor ... “Happiness is ambitious and cooperative (but fun-loving) students." Deufsch and Espanol Manuel Macias ... Spanish ... Span ish Club advisor ... “Happiness is Felicidad.” The basics of German grammar have been the primary objective of German I. In the first year the language lab was introduced to give prac-tiee in pronunciation and sentence patterns. Grammar and composition were emphasized in German II. along with the reading of short stories. In German III more literature was read, and the students were given frequent practice in composition. Kmphusis was placed on vocabulary, grammar and culture in Spanish I. Spanish II emphasized grammar and conversation with students improvising dialogues to be given in class. In Spanish III the students were to use as much of the language as possible as they improved their skills and gave skits. 18Original Creations Rancid Ijge ... Art ... Ski Club advisor ... “Happiness is a Friday—a snowday and payday.” This year Home Economics I concent rail'd on meals and home planning. Flower arrange-merits ami foreign foods added a little spice to the rooks. Home Economics II introduced family life anil home furnishings. There was also an extensive study of clothing construction. Art I was primarily a course to introduce the student to the hroad ami still widening area of the art field. Much work revolved around still life drawings. Art II was, for the first time, divided into “A" groups and ‘iV groups. While the regular “B” group was assigned certain projects, the “A” group had its choice of doing whatever the individual wanted. The projects of Art II dealt mainly with crafts, painting and work with clay and ceramics. Calvin Block poses for the Art I class. Future Homemakers Helen Pesonen . . . Home Fronomirs . . . “Happiness is having student proud of work done in rlass--like lieing anxious to wear garments made in sewing class.” Roberta Stockton . . . Home Fconomic . . . F.H.A. advisor . . . “Happiness is having all class members on time." 19Robert Teigrn . . . Metal Shop ... Intramural ... “Happiness is a class that is energetic—here to learn, not just space consumers” Stephen Benson . . . Electronics. Electricity, Power Mechanics. Audio-Visual Coordinator. Electronics Club and Stage Crew advisor . . . “Happiness is Success." Developing Potential There were two main industrial arts courses; the series of Wood Shop I. II and III, and a similar sequence in Metal Shop I, II and III. In both courses the students drew up original plans and determined the costs of their projects. They progressed from basic projects, such as tables, to more advanced constructions. In Electronics I and II. the students dealt with electricity and basic electronic principles. Harry Bo khaus . . ood Shop AH students completed their own projects with . . . "Happiness is knowing the . . r ... ......" circuits, transmitters and radio. Tom Matson and Paul Erwin concentrate hard in electronics class. 20'rojecfs •ir assignment in drafting. I William Ashmore . . . Drafting . . . Physical Education ... Jr. Varsity Basketball coach . . . Assistant Track coach . . . “Happiness is 3:30 Friday.” In Graphic Arts I letterpress work and silksrrccning were concentrated on. Photography and offset printing were taught in Graphic Arts II. More emphasis was put on photography this year as it was also used in offset printing. Beginning drafting was based on the units of orthographic projection and perspective drawing. Drafting II included both machine and architectural drawing. One of the architertual drawing projects this year included drawing a complete set of plans for the building of a school. 21Building Bodies What a game! Sophomore attempt a game with the “Moon Ball". The Physical Education department this year competed in the National Physical Fitness Program. The girls were taught to he athletic and graceful as they participated in field hockey, moonhall. gymnastics, volleyball and bowling. Boys Phys. Ed. classes tried to give the students power, strength and ability to cooperate with others. Along with the usual seasonal sports, the boys also participated in handball, soccer, volleyball, gymnastics and bowling. Kathryn Ann Young . . . Girls Physical Education and Health 10 ... Pep Club, Cheer-leading and G.A.A. Advisor ... “Happiness is losing inches along with the girls as we exercise in class.” 22Resounding Melodies Robert Hotvet ... Vocal Music ... “Happiness is a chord sung in tunc." William McIntyre . . . Rand Director . . . "Happiness is having the hand playing the same song at the same time in the same key." To solve the problem of n fair grading system for choir tests, Mr. Hotvet tried grading the choir's efforts by the use of tape recorders. Each member of the choir went into a room alone ami recorded his or her own part on the tape recorder. For the harder songs he reverted to quartet singing, which had been the former system. This year Mr. MacIntyre put stress on sectional work by working with the brass sections one day and the woodwind sections the next. During full band rehearsals they carefully worked out the difficult sjiots to prepare a polished performance for their concerts. Fall and spring saw many days spent marching around the football field and parking lot practicing marching drills and routines for football games and parades. The choir prepare for their Christmas concert. Rand member- strive for perfection.24Happiness is leadership. 25Happiness is the 1918 Graduate Krirdu Wrbrr Iii 1918 Mound Senior High School held its first graduation. Two students. Frieda Weller and Lulu Sieforth. were presented diplomas at the rather informal ceremony. Miss Sieforth. now Mrs. Harold Peterson, is living at this time, in St. Louis Park. Miss Weber passed away in August of 1964. Their graduating class of two persons has grown in the last fifty years to that of 223 students. Many changes have taken place since 1918. the most easily seen, being that of the new school building. The two students of 1918 graduated from the high school finished in 1917. This was the building which burned in 1961 and was replaced by the geometric building seen there today. 1918 (Graduate—l ulu Sieforth Prtrr-on 1918- Mound High School of 1918 2650th Graduation High school students gather in front of the school.MARVIN RAYMOND ADAMS MARY LOU AIISENMACHER Ski Hill. 12: Pep aul. 10. 5 Decades Ago SHARON LEE ANDERSEN Mohawkcttes 11. 12: Choir 10, 11. 12; F.H.A. Secretary-Treastirer 12: Spanish Club 10. 11. 12: Pen Club 10. 11. 12: Ski Club 10: Homecoming Queen: Rest Looking. ARDEN CARL ANDERSON Scratch CAROL LEE ANDERSON Smoke Signal 10. 11. Associate Editor 12: Choir 10. 11. 12: Thespians 11. 12: Spanish 11. 12: Pep Club 10. GEORGIA ESTELL AREN!) George Received the President's Physical Fitness Award. ANN ALEXANDER Annie National Honor .Society 11. 12: Student Council 10. 12: Spanish Club 11. President 12: Mohian 11. 12: Smoke Signal 11. 12: Pep Cl ill) 11. 12: Thespians 11: Class Plav 11. LARRY ROBERT BAILEY M Club 10. 11. 12: Track 10.M KLIN DA I.OUISK BARRETT Tilly Mohawkeiteg 11; I). K. S 0. Club 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11; Choir 10. MICHAEL ALAN BEE Mike Coif 12: Band 10. 11. 50 Graduations Later KAY ARLENE BATDORK Ski Club 12: Choir 10. 11: Pc, Club 10. 11. JENNIFER EVELYN BEAHEN Jed Choir 10. 11. 12: Pep Club 10. 11: Mohawkeltes 11: Cheerleader 10. ROBERT THOM AS BEHM Bob HEIDI LEE BENDER German Club Vice President 11. 12: Thespians 12: Choir 10. 11. 12: Smoke Signal 11. 12: Mohian 12: Ski Club'10.SHARON ANN BENNETT I). K. 0. Club 12: Prp Club 11: F.H.A. Treasurer 10. SANDRA HOPK BKNNYHOFF Sandy National Honor Society 10. 11. 12: Mohian 11. Editor 12: Rami 10. 11. 12: German Club 11. 12: Pep Club 10. 11. JEANNE MARIE BETZOI.I) Cboir 10; Man Hater. Seniors, at Last KATHLEEN MVRIE BLOCK Kathy Prp Club 10. KATHLEEN IRENE BLOOD Kuth MILDRED ALICE BRAUN Millie Majorette 10, 11. 12: Choir 10. 11. 12: F.H.A. 12: Class Plav 11: Thespians 11: Pep Club 10. KAREN RAF. BREKKK Choir 10; Smoke Signal 11: Pep Club 10. 11. VIRGINIA GAIL BICKFORD Ginny Pep Club 10.DAVID WILLIAM BRICKLEY Dave Ski aiiIt 11: Footlmll 10: Ccrrnnn Clult 10. BAH BA K N JEAN BROB II Barb Student Council 11: Choir 10. 11: Pep Club 10. II. 12: G.A.A. 10. 11, 12: Un-lam 10. ROLF RRUGGER Student Council 12: lloekcv 12: Spanish Club 12: Ski Club 12. Looking Ahead BONNIE JO BRUHN Band 10. 11. 12: Thespian 12: German Club 11. 12: Pep Club 10. 11. MELODY MAH IK BYERS Mel IVp lull 10, Treasurer II. 12: Spanish Club 11. 12: Mo liian 12: Math Club 12: G.A.A. Secretary 10. PAUL HOWARD CARLBOM Choir 10. 11. 12; Spanish Club 10. 11. 12: Class Play 11. JOHN CHRISTOPHER CARLKEN Golf 10. RONALD HOW ARD CARLSON Ron Basketball 10, 11. 12: M Club 11: Choir 10. 11. 12: Pep Club 12.DAR1I.YN MARIK CHRISTIE Lynn l.ibrary Assistant 12. I.KSI.I ANN CLARK Les Pep Club 10, 11: Thespians 11: Choir 10. RHKK KAY CLIFFORD Rich Choir 10. 11. 12: Dr. lam 11 12: Thespians 10; Pep Club 10. 11. Those Three Long Years .. .Gone I.AWRKNC K A. CLOUD Larry M Club 12: Football 10. 11. 12: Wrestling 10: Coif 10. JF.ANFTTK LYNN COLK Jan Moliian 12: Choir 11. 12: Pep Club 10. 11. M1CHAKI. AI.KN CURTIS Mike Class Play 10. 11. 12: Smoke Signal 12: Mohian 12. I.1NDA RAF COX Mohawkettes 11. 12: Herman Club 11. 12: Thespians 11: Class Play 11: Pep Club 10: Band 10. JEANNE ANN CRESSY Spanish Club 11. 12: Pep Club 10. 11. 12: C.A.A. 10. 11.WENDE DELILAH DAVIS Gorman Club 10. 11, President 12: Pen Clul. 10. 11. 12: Mo-liian 12: Deelam 12: Thespians 12: Dehate 10. SANDRA KAY DKGROAT Sandy RICHARD F. DIAMOND Dick Rand 10. 11. 12: Class Play 11: Football 10: Most Talented. 1965- 1968 ROBERT KARL DORNSBACH Bob Wrestling 10. SALLY BAYARD DRAKE F.H.A. Historian 12: Thespians 10. 11. 12: Pep Club 10. 11. 12: Choir 10. 12: Ski Club 10. 12: Spanish Club Treasurer 10. 11: Smoke Signal 11. GERALD DAVID DRKSSEL Jerry ELIZABETH ANN DUDEK Ann PATRICIA ANN ECKLUND Pat Student Council 11. 12: Mohian 11. 12: Smoke Signal 12: Spanish Club 11, 12: Ski Club 10. 11, 12: Thespians 11: Pep Club 10. 11: Homecoming Princess.HARRY EDWARD KISS Eddie M Club 10. 11. 12: Football 10. 11, 12: Hockey 10. 11. 12: Mont Athletic. SHARON LEE ERICKSON Buttons Thespians 12: Declam 12: Mohawkettea 11; Smoke Signal 11; Choir 11; Class Play 11; German Club 11; Pep Club 10. 11. " Make fhe Eagles Sore" PATRICIA ANN KAHRMAN Pat Student Council 11, Committee Coordinator 12; F.H.A., Vice-president 10, 11, President 12; Mohuwkettes 11, 12; Mohiun 12; Thespians 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Ski Club 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10. 11, 12; Class Play 11; Girl's State. SEAN TOMAS EARLEY Student Couneil 11. 12: Band 10. 11. 12; Cla « Cut-up. GRETCHEN RAE FELT Gretch Choir 10. 11. 12; Thespian 11. 12: Class Play 11; Pep Club 10. 11: C.A.A. 10: Clas Cut-up. t HKRYL ANN FENSTAI) Fen Mohawkette 12: Cheerleader 11: Thespians 11, 12: Ski Club 10. 11. 12: Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Spanish Club 11. 12: Choir 10: Mohian 12. NICHOLAS GEORGE KVANOFF Nick Hockey 10. JOYCE ROSALIE FARNESS Student Council 12: Choir 10. 11. 12: F.II.A. 12: Ski Club 12; Pep Club 10. 11, 12.KOBKKT WARRKN FOX Rob Band 10. 11. 12: Football 10. II. 12: Trark 11: Wrestlinp 10: Golf 10. I.IN'DA JKAN FI.KTCHKR D. K. O. Club 11. 12: Rand 10. 11. MARCKNK I.VMNK FI.OK Ccne Student Council 10: Junior (’law Sr.rtiarv: Cheerleader 10. 11. 12: Class Hay 11: Choir 10. 11. 12: Moliian 12: IV11 Club 10. 11. 12: Ge rman Club II. 12: Theapian 12: Ski Club 10. II. 12. I. UCINDA ANN FKIDKN Cindy 1 ..Header 10. 11. 12: IVp n»l 10. 11. 12: Ski Club 10. II. 12: Thespians 12: Personalia Plus. Queen Qharon N. 1)1 NK KR WKIK Di Band 10. II. 12: Mnhian 12: German Club 10. II, 12: IVp Club 10. 11: G.A.A. 10. II. Cl KTIS OB BIN FBKDBICKSON Curl LINDA GAIL KBIT Fritzie National Honoi Societ 11. 12: Majotette 11. 12: Mobian 12: Pep Club 10. 11, 12: Spanish Club 10. 11. ( LINTON Mil HAKL GABLKS Clint Football 12: Hockex 12: Be»l Dressed.MICHAEL THOMAS GKAGAN Mike M Club 11. 12: Football 10. 11. 12: Wrestling 10. 11. 12: Golf 12: Track 11. HARRIOT KAY GOODW ATKR Kay Pep Club 10. JKAN SUSAN GKYKN F.H.A. 12: Ski Club 11: Spanish Club 11: Pep Club 10, 11; Choir 10: Homecoming Princess: Most Feminine. Top of the Totem Pole JEFFREY CONNER GOVE Jeff M Club 12: Football 10. 11. 12: Hockey 10. 11, 12: Tennis 10: Student Council 10: Band 10. 11. 12: Ski Club 11. 12: Class Play 11. SHARON LUCILLE GRAYELLE Pep Club 10. CAROLE ANN GROSCHKN Student Council 10. Secretary 11, N ice President 12: Sophomore Class Secretary: National Honor Society 10. 11, 12: Cheerleader 10. 11. 12: Class Play Student Director 11: Mohian Advertising Editor 12: Choir 10. 11. 12: Pep Club 10. 11. 12: German Club 11. 12: Ski Club 10. 11. 12: Homecoming Princess: Most Likely to Succeed. JANET LOUISE GRUHN Thespians 10: Ski Club 10. GARY D. GORDON Pep Club 12.CHARLENE MARIK grundmeier Char Student Council 12; Pep Club 10, 11. 12: D.K. O. Club 12; G.A.A 10. CAROI. JKAN CUNDKRSON German Club 10, 11, 12: Pep Club 10. MARCIA CLAIRE GUSTAFSON Naka K.H.A. 12: Ski Club 12: Pep Club 10. 11, 12: Spani-h Club 11: Rand 10. DARLKYKNK KAY CUSTNKR Cun Choir 10. S-S-S-E-N JOHN EDWARD HACKI. Golf 10. WENDY JKAN HADDEN Smoke Signal 12: Rand 10. 11, Librarian 12: Pep Club 10. II, Vice President 12: Delwitr 10. 11. GARY CLARENCE HANSON SHARON ADELK HANSON Hans Rand 10. 11. 12: Ski Club 12: Thespians 11: Pep Club 10, 11.JUDY IRENE HASSE National Honor Society 11. 12: Smoke Signal 11. 12: Spanish Club 10. 11, 12. SHELLY VICTORIA HAVENS Vicki Choir 10. 11. 12: Thespian 12. Pep Club 10. 11. 12: Mo-bian 12. STANLEY HOWARD HE1NSCH Sinn You Think You Have Troubles! yfj JOHN WEBSTER HENDERSON Intrumural Basketball 11. 12: Track 10. MARY HELEN HENKE D.E. O. Club 12. TERESA JEANNE HEN RICH Terri Choir 10, 11. 12: Mohian 11. Senior Editor 12: (.'lass Play 11; Spanish Club Vice President 11, 12: Thespians 11. 12; Pep Club 10. JAMES RICHARD HESSELCRAVE Jim Wrestling 10. 11: D.E. and O. Club 11. 12. V ALERIE ANN HICKS ValSANDRA I.KK HINGA Sandy Thespians 12: Ski ('.lul 11, 12: Pep Club 10. 11. GKORGK BKRNARI) HOACLUND lloagie PAMELA LEE HOLLMOTZ Pam Cheerleader 10. II. 12; Choir 10. 11, 12: Ski Club 10. II. 12: Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Thespians 11. 12; Class Play 11: Most Talent ed. What do we do now? JKKKL TREMA NF. HOLLOWAY Jerry Rand 11. 12: Trnrk 10. ROBERT C. L HOUSE Rob M Club 11. 12; Golf 10. 11. 12: Basketball Manager 11: Choir 10. 11. 12: German Club 10: Thespians 11. 12: Class Play II. DENNIS JAMES HUBBELL ANNA MARIE HUELSKAMP D. E. X O. Club 11. 12. JEANNE MARIE HUFF Cheerleader 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12: Choir 10. 11. 12; Class Play 11: Homecoming Princess.BARBARA JO HUNT Barb DARLENE KAREN IVERSON Choir 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 12; Pep Club 10. All Thai Red Tape RICHARD I.OU1S JACOBSON Rick Tennis 10, 12; Football 10: Wrestling 10. DAVID THEODORE JAPS Dave M Club 11. 12: Football 10 11. 12: Hockey 10. 11, 12: Choir 10. 11. 12: Class Play 11. CANDACE HEY JOHNSON Candy National Honor Society 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12: German Club 11, 12: The , piuns 10. 11. 12: Choir 10. 11. 12: Class Play 11: Smoke Signal 10. II. 12: Mobian 11. Activities Editor 12: Ski Club 10. 11. 12. CONNIE MARIE JOHNSON Pep ( lull 10. 11. L SCOTT CHARLES JACKSON Student Council 12: Junior Class Treasurer; M Club 12: Foot bull 10, 11, 12: Basketball 10, 11. 12. Baseball 10. 11; Track 12: Choir 10. 11. 12: Ski Club 11, 12; Class Play 11: Smoke Signal 10: Dedam 10. PAUL CHRIST JENSEN Choir 10: Football 10: Wrestling 10.GREGORY EUGENE KELLER Greg National Honor Society 10, 11, 12; Sophomore Glass Pres Ideat; Hockey 10. n. 12; German Club 12: Ski Club 12. RICHARD RAYMOND KOEHN Rick M Club 12; Football 10. 11. 12; Track 10. 11. 12; Rami 10. 11. 12: German Club 11. GAYLE MARIE JOHNSON Student Council 12: Choir 10. 11. 12; Thespians 11. 12: F.H.A. 12: Pep Club 10. 11. 12: Ski Club 12: G.A.A. 10. LINDA JOYCE JOHNSON Spanish Club 11, Secretary 12; Ski Club II. 12: Pep Club 10. 11: G.A.A. 10. Forms and More Forms STEPHEN IRVING KEPKE Stei'e Wre ling Manager 10. 11: Intramural Basketball 11. 12. CHERYL ANN KKTZBACK KAREN MARIE KOEHNEN Mohian 12: Pep Club 10. STEVEN FRANK KRAFT Steve Football 10.TKRRANCF. J. KRISATIS JR. Jerry PAULA FAYF. KROTZ F. H.A. 12: Pep Club 10. 11. G. A.A. 10. 11. ELAINE CAROL KRUEGER Pip Club 10. 11: G.A.A. 10. 11. Friends from Afar MARY ANNE I.AFAVK Band 10. 11. 12: Ski Club 12: G.A.A. 10. DONALD EUGENE LANGFORD Don Electronic Club 10, 11. MARY AGNES KUSCH1LL Mar Mohian 12: German Club 10, II. 12: Red Cross Club 12: G.A.A. 10. LONNIE GILBERT LARSON JANETTE BROWN LECKIE Jann Mohawketts 11. 12: Pep Club 10. 11: Class Play 11; Band 10: Class Actress.VIRGINIA KAY LEE Ginny Band 10, II. 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12: Class Play 11. ANDREA JEAN LEE-STEKR E Mobian 12; Thespians 12; Ski Club 12. PATRICIA LOUISE LEIGHTON rat Choir 10. 11. 12: Ski Club 10. 11. 12; Thespians 12; Spanish Club 12: Pep Club 12. LANCE LEON LEIPZIG M Club 11. 12; Football 11. Tri-Captain 12: Track 11. 12: Baseball 10: Band 10, 11. 12. Andrea and Rolf BRUCE JULIAN L1DBERG National Honor Soerity 10, 11. 12; Band 11, 12. MARK ALLEN MAGNUS Track 11, 12; Cross Country II; Basketball 10. DARLENE HELEN MARSCHKE I). E. O. Club 11. 12. WILLIAM L. MASON Hill M Club 11, 12: Football 10, II. 12: Wrestling 10. 11: Track 10. II.COI.LF.KN IIKI.KN McCl.lHK Pep Club 10. II. 12: Moliian 11: Smoke Signal 10. BRIAN KDWIN M« OI.I.OM National Honor Soriety 11. 12: 1 Club II. 12; Football 11. 12: Baseball 10. II. 12: Hoekcy 10. II. 12: Band 10. KARKN ANN M. DON M.h Mac Washtub Band FRANK I.. M« GILL TF.RRA MARTIN l KF.NNKY llrst Daneer. PF.GGY KILKKN McNKAL Peg Moliian 12: Thespians 10. II. 12: Pep Club 10. 11. 12: Spanish Club 11. 12: F.H.A. 12; Ski Club 10. 11: Class Play 11: Band 10. WILLIAM GRKCQRY McVAY Bill Spanish Club 10, II. 12: Ski Club 12: Golf 10. II: Football 10. ( ATHKRINK JO M It 11 FI. Cathy TDOUGLAS HKNRY MICHEL Doug PKTKR MARTIN MILLER Pete Senior Class President, Stu-denl Council 10: Rasketltall 12: Track 12: Football 10: Class Play 11: Declaro 11: Thespians. SUSAN MARIK MILLKR Sue Student Council 10. 11. 12: Mohawkettes 11. Co-captain 12: F.H.A. 10. 11. 12: Mo-hian 11. 12: IVp Club 10. 11. 12: Thespians 10. Sadie's Wishing Well JOHN SCOTT NELSON Scott Student Council 11. 12: M Club 11. 12: Football 11. 12: Wrestling 11. 12: Band 12: German Club 12: Ski Club 12. GEORGE ANDREW MUI.EN Band 10. 11. 12: Hockey 10: Golf 10: Gorman Club 10. JEAN CATHERINE NKITCE Jeanic Student Council 12: Mohawkettes 11. Co-captain 12: Choir 10. 11. 12: Pep Club 10. 11. 12: F.H.A. 12: Ski Club 11. 12: Homecoming Princess. DIANE WINIFRED NICCUM Nic Pep Club 10. RAND! LOU NICCUM Ski Club 11. 12: Pep Club 10.Kl K I.ANK NUT DM Football 10. I AMS 1KKNK NIC.IlOl.O Mr hi Deelam 12: Thespians 12: Ski ( lul. 12: Pep Club 10. 11: (I.A.A. 10. 11: Spanish lull 10. The New Generation kIMBKKI.A NN MK1.SKN Kim Juniur ( .lass Vice President: Student Council 10: Thespian 11. Secretary 12: Mo-liia i 11. 12: Spanish Club 11. 12: Ski Cluli 10: Pep Club 10. 11: Band 10. HOBKKTA (iAll. NOI.AM) Birdie Senior Class Treasurer; Choir 10. 11. 12: IWIam 11. 12: German Club 11: Class Play 11: Pep Club 10. II: Debate 10; G.A.A. 10. ROKKKT JA.MKS ODDK.N Boh National Honor Soeietv 10. 11 12: German Club 11. 12: Math Club II. JOHN CHAKI.KS ()l SON Hor key 10. 11. 12. I) WIKI. TIIOM VS O’NKII. Dun KiH.tl.all 12: Hnekry 12: C.boir 10. STK.YKN ( KMC. ODK.I.I. Steve Baseball 10.ANTHONY LOUIS PAI.KSOTTI Tony LANCE RAY PEDERSEN Coif 10. 11. 12: Spanish Club 12. MARLYK ANN ORN Mohian, Faculty Editor 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Then-pians 10. Vice President 11; Smoke Signal 10. DIANA ELLEN OTRKY Di F.H.A. 12: Ski Club 11. 12: Choir 10: Pep Club 10. Our Charade CRAIG STEPHEN PATZWALD Golf 10. 11; Wrestling 10. 11; Ski Club 10. JACK VICTOR PEDERSEN National Honor Society 11. 12: Sophomore Class Treasurer: M. Club 11. Vice President 12: Football 10. 11. 12: Baseball 10. 11. 12: Basket-ball 11. Manager 12: Woman Hater. DAVID STUART PETERSON Pete Basketball 10. 11. 12: Rase ball 10. 11, 12: Cross Country 11: Pep Club 12: Band 10: Electronics Club. Secretary 10: M Club 11. Secretary 12. I.ANE LOUISE PETRI National Honor Society 11, 12: Mohian 12: Class Play 11; Spanish Club 11. 12: Red Cm Club 12.MICHAEL GLENN PETTY Mike National Honor Society 11. 12: Senior Cla s Vice President: Football Manager 12: Choir 11, 12: Mohian 11. 12: Thespians 12: Spanish Club 12: Class Play 11: Debate 10. 11: Declam 10. STEPHEN HARRY PHILBROOK Steve M Club 12: Wrestling 10. 11: Choir 10. 11. 12. AUDREY MARIE POIRIER A.F.8. Fiesta JONF. CAY I K PROCTOR Joni ROBERT AI.LEN PTACEk Rob JOHN EDWARD PUFFER Choir 10. 11. 12: Golf 10. 11. 12. JAMES PURVEY Jim PATTY MARIE PRINTUP German Club 10. 11, 12: Pep Club 10: Thespians 10: Class Plav 11: Smoke Signal II: Deelum 11. 12. Hockey 10.JANET MICHEAL REESE Jan JAMES ALEXANDER RENNIE Jim M Club 11, 12: Cross Country 10; RaskellKill 10. 11. 12: Baseball 10, 11. 12 STEVEN HENRY RINKS Steve Choir 11, 12: Thespians 11. 12: Class Play 11; Tennis 10: Class Actor. SUSAN LOUISE ROBERTS Sue MnhawkrtlC' 11: Choir 10. International Day JOANN ELLEN ROGERS Band 10. 11. 12: G.A.A. 10. KAY ANN ROMNESS F.H.A. 12: Ski Club 11, 12: Pep Club 10: Band 10. SUSAN DAWN ROSS Sue BRUCE EVAN ROTH National Honor Society 11. 12: Junior Cla ' President: Track 11. 12: Basketball 11: Football 10: German Club 11: Band President 10: Best Looking.MARY BETH ROUES Thespians 12: Ski Club 12: Pep Club 10. 11; Choir 10. KATHY MARY RUNMAN Choir 10, 11, 12: Cheerleader 11: Pep Cluh 10. 11. PAULETTE MICH AI. SALTZM AN Hum ha Choir 10. 11, 12: Pep Cluh 10. Recognition and Awards KAREN ELSA SANDNHSS National Honor Society 11, 12: Smoke Signal 10. 11. 12: Moliian 12: Thespians 10. 11. 12; German Cluh 10, 11, 12: Spanish Cluh 11. 12: Choir 12: Claw Play 11. WILLIAM HENRY SANOW Willie Raskethall 12: German Cluh 11. 12. CAROL JEAN SCHERNAU G.A.A. 10. 11, 12: Pep Cluh 10. STEVEN H. SCHMIDT Steve Font hall 10. DAVID CARL SCUM 1 EDI NG Dave Electronics Cluh 12.SHARON I KK SCHOLL Sharie Ski Clul 12: Thespians 11: Choir 10: Pop Club 10. LINDA JEAN SCHULTZ Smoke Signal 11: Pep Club 10: Rest Dancer. CHKRYL KAY SHKPHKRD Shep Mnhuwkettes 12: Ski Club 12: Clioir 10: Pep Club 10: Homecoming Prince : Rest Dressed. Physical and Mental Strain JODY KAY SHERMAN Mohaivkcltcs 11. 12: Pep Club 10, 11: C.erman Club 11. DAVID KVKRRTT SMITH Dave 0 SHIRLEY ANN SMITH Spanish Club 11: G.A.A. 11. RICHARD WALTKR SOULK Rich M Club 12: basket hall 10. II. 12: Cross Country 10: Choir 10. DAVID FRANCIS SPI.KTTSTASZKR DaveSHIRI.KY MAE SPLETTSTASZER Choir 10. CANDACE LUCILLE STEPHENSON Candy Spanish Club 12. Credits Fullfilled STANLEY ELLSWORTH STRALEY JR. Stan MICHAEL FRANCIS SULLIVAN Sully M Club 11. 12: Hockey 10. 11. 12: Football 10. THOMAS MICHAEL SWENSON Tom Hockey 10. WILLIAM PAUL SWENSON Bill Golf 11: Football 10. CAROL JORCINE STODDART Choir 11. 12: Smoke Signal 12: Thespians 12: German Club 12: Pep Club 10. BARBARA GRANT SWANSON Barb Mohowkettes 12: Pep Club 11, 12: Moliian 12: Thespians 12: F.H.A. 12: Band 10.LYNN KAY THOMAS Kami 10. II. 12: Mohian 12: Spanish Cluli 12: Pop dull 10. 11. RHONDA LYNN TYRA Ronnie D.E. and 0. Club 11. 12: Pop dub 10: C.A.A. 10. STEPHEN JAMES TERRELL Steve MARK LIND) TESSA!ER Choir 10. II. 12. Research Papers Finished JAY DUNDAS TOBIN M Chib 11, 12: Hockey 10. 11. 12. DARYLA M RY TR1PPI.ER Mohian Sports Editor 12: Thespians 12: Pop Cluh 10. 11. 12: Class Play 11. WILLIAM F. ri.RICK Rill Kootlwll 10. 11: Hookey 10: Kami 10. 11. SANDRA CAROI VAN HERE Sandy Smoko Signal 10. 11. 12: Choir 10. 11. 12: Thespians 10. 11. 12: Spanish 10. 11. 12: Pop Cluh 10. 11. 12: (’lass Play 11.KEITH BRENT NVAATAJA Thespians 12: Class Play 11. CAROL JEAN WALLIN Wally National Honor Society 11. 12: Smoke Signal 11. associate editor 12: Mohian 11. 12: Choir 10. 11. 12: Debate 10. 11: Declain 10: German Club 11: Pep Club 10. DALE CHARLES WALLIN' Football 10. 11. 12: Golf 10: Band 10. 11. 12: Ski Club 11. 12. "The End" JAMES ALLEN WEEKS Jim Student Council President 12: M Club 11. 12: Cross Country 10. 11. 12: Intramural Basketball 11. 12: Track 10. 11. 12: Pep Club 12: Band 10. 11. 12: Smoke Signal 10. 11. 12: Personality Plus. MARK EATHEN WELCH Basketball 11: Pep Club 12: Band 10. 11. 12: Class Play 11. JOHN DAVID WEBSTER Electronics Club 11. 12. THOMAS ALAN WELCH Tom Student Council 10. 11: Cross "Hntr v In. 11 : Basketball 10. 11. 12: M Club 12: Track 11. 12: Class Play 11: Choir 10, Vice President 11, 12. DARLENE MARIE WHITE DarDANIEL J. WI1.KKS Dan KKNNKTH KOBKKT YOUNG Ken National Honor Society 10, II, 12: Smoke Signal 10, 11. Editor 12: Choir II. President 12; Thespians 11. President 12: Mohian 11. 12: Dehate 11: Declam 10: Spanish Club 11. 12: Cla-s IMuy 11: Track 10: National Quill ami Scroll: Most Likely to Succeed. M ICK MARIE SCHOLKR Alphie Choii 10: Home Kc Club 10. II: IVp Club 10. 11: Ski Club 10. 11. 12. SKNIORS NOT PICTURKI) BARBARA JO ANDERSON KI.DON KUGKNK MAAS TKRRY JOHN FAYVILLE RORKRT OSTKRBKRG til.ASS MOTTO: "Happine-. i like jam, you can't spread it without getting some on yourself." Anonymous CLASS COLORS: Gold and white CLASS FLOWKR: Red Rose SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS left to right: B. Noland, Treasurer: L. Friden, Secretary: P. Miller. President: M. Petty, Vice-President. 55MOST TALKNTKI): Pam Hollmntz and Richard Diamond. 56PERSONALITY IM.US: Cindy Kriden ami Jim Week . BEST DKKSSKI): Clim Ga hies and Cheryl Shepherd. MOST FEMININE AND ATHLETIC: Jean fcyrn and Marry Eiss. Hall of Fame BEST LOOKING: Bruce Both and Sharon Anderson. 57BUST DANCRRS: Terry McKinney and Unda Schultz. 58In July. 1967 1 received a letter notifying me that I was leaving at the end of the month for Mound. Minnesota. All I knew was that I would see snow for the first time in my life hut could not imagine what my family, school, friends and life would lx1 like. From the bottom of my heart I ran only say that I could never have been as happy anywhere else. The MrNeal family are the most wonderful people and I love them very much. I will never forget the fabulous friends I have made in America. I am going to miss them so much and really hope one day to see them in Australia. I can not express what a wonderful year I have had. it has been the most exciting and unforgettable experience and I am very sad at leaving such wonderful people. Andrea l.re-Slrerr Our Foreign Friends All my life I have been anxious to see U.S.A., the land where the streets are paved with gold. 1 was not disappointed, because here in Mound I found qualities that make life beautiful. I thought going 7.00ft miles away from home for a whole year was going to be hard, but you, the beautiful people of Mound, have made this year the greatest in my life. The kids at school have been so helpful and friendly. I want to thank my family, the Pedersens, for being so nice to me. | also want to express my appreciation to everybody that made this unforgettable year possible. Words cannot express how happy I have been here, and to leave is going to be very hard. I will miss ou a|| very much, but one day I am going to return. 59 Rolf Bruggcr60Happiness is high school 61Deborah Ahrahamson Jane Alexander Deborah Anderson Gail Anderson Gregory Anderson John Anderson Martin Anderson Mary Anderson Sandra Anderson Victoria Anderson David Asao Donald Aslesen F.llcn Anne Sandra Ha bat . Janie- Backlund Lorraine Haekstrom Katherine Baird That Inbetween Feeling William Bennett The Junior class engaged in mam fund-raising campaigns. They started in July with a successful pop-bottle drive and Candace Berge ended the summer with a very profitable rummage sale. Numerous soc-hops and a benefit dance were also sponsored by the Junior Class. After many weeks of rehearsal, the play “Harvey" was presented. All the money-making activities kept the juniors busy. This money produced a stupendous Gloria Berglund spring prom. Happiness for the juniors is a successful year. Barbara Brrgquist 68Crepg Bergquisl Kirk Bffsr Sandra Belzen Michael Betzler Calvin Block nn Roll Mary Bosigcr Caylc Rran knl)ur|! Nancy Brekke Terry Brnckopp Dale Broieli Dianne Rriilin Deborah Bryre Laurie Bryce Bolierl Burak Big Plans for the Year K.indall Hu-h Todil Bullet I Hnne Prison Jennie Carlson Trueey (iarl-on Teresni Cccka Charles Clark Konuld Cloud Diane Cole Pamela ( olemun Michael Daly Dehorah Dupkus Julie Davis Penelope Davis Raymond Davis William Dean Dehorah Dickey Sharon Dittmrr Mary Dittrich Kirk Dodds Paul Dubay Darlene Kherl Sandra Erickson Reidun FalkBar bum Fleck Debra Floe Klvern Forciei Charlotte Foss Nancy Frrilnall Mark Frevert Kathleen Gagne Slevell Caluli Susan Gallistel John Ganzel Cerahl Carvui Nancy Geycn Jane Cilison Steven Gilbertson Marlene Gilmore I'utriria Good Linda Gould Vndrea Go e Michael Grueber Nanev Crueller Gene Gravel!«■ Rummage Sales Boosted Funds Todd Grey l.ane.e Cronvold Timothy Grovrs Gregory Gustafson Burt Haglund Donnta Haller Paul H.insscn Steven Hurdina Delmrnb Harrington Linda Hartman Kuren Heath Kdward Hefty Linda Heinsch Patricia licit Stephen Hendrickson Colleen Hose Willa Hicks Michael Hilln’link Carol Hillman W illiam Hod enaSusan Hoff Joel Holloway Nod Holloway Margaret Hosfield Jolin Hui l)ar l Paul Hurley Jean Irvine Cheryl Iverson Kristine Iverson Chantal Jaeol Kevin Jensen Catherine Johnson David Johnson Ferner Johnson Fredriek Johnson Julie Johnson Wendy Johnson Steven Jones Paul Kakudi Jeffrey Kamrath Mary Kane ... for the 1968 Prom Stephen Kellogg Gordon Knott Geraldine Koccheler Del orah Kocrber Sharon Krisalis Nancy Kugler Robert LaFavor Linda Lakin LaRae Lambrecht David Larson Keven I,arson Susan Latterelle Allen Lee Richard Ix e Linda Lehman Sandra Leipzig Frank Lesselyong Paul Lewin Barbara Lewis Teresa LienRolicrt Lind Kric Lindrll Gordon Lindliolm Pamela Lindliolm Kenric Lindlan Doroiliy Lough William Lund Lam it- Lyckhulm Ronald Maas Holier! Maass Gregory Madson Gerald Magnuson Thomas Matson Kathleen McClure Hi ian Mr( iman Linda Messer Cynthia Meyei Marilynn Mich I Steven Mitlelslaedl Jilliane Mohvvinkel Sue Monlielh Class Play: "Harvey” Steven Moovr Mary Kllen Moran Holier! Moravcr Christopher Morgan Melissa Morse Rebecca Mueller Patricia Nelson Ritchie Newman Constance Nordblom l.oren N’orcen Michael Nymoen Deliorah Oas Trudy Ohmann Brian Olsen Ronald Olson Dierdre O’Malley James Oslund Susan Osmonson Mark Palmer LeRoy Parno Kristine Peters Timothy Piepkorn Bradley Plant Robert Podlogar Larry Pogue William Polk Barbara Price Susan I’tacekSherrie Pugh Coralie Putnam Robert Rainey Allison Rasmussen Samira Reilein James Reinken Rosea nn Renner Mary Kigelhof Norman Rockvam Gerald Roelofs Bruce Roskaft Barbara Ross Bradley Royee Jacob Rudnieki Daniel Rutherford Susan Rye Mark Salden David Saltzman Frances Sand Diane Sather Paulcen Schiltgen 6T' Rabbit James Sehroedcl Kathy Schultz Jeffrey Schultz Meryl Sincheff Sheila Skaret t diaries Slechtu Mary Smith Nancy Sohns Steven Solyst Jacquelyn Soule Gail Splettstaszer I'atricia Stello Elizabeth Stevenson • lene Strom Michael Taffe Cynthia Teetzel I -ois; Tem pi in l.ynn Terrell Paula Tcssmei Deborah Tharp llieri Thompson Janies Thom|ison Hans Triesclman ictoria Tweed Joyce Umbehoeker Sven I'ndem Carol Von Ende t'linton YoorheosSteven Wagner David Waldroff I’atricia Ward Sharon Ward Frank Welland Kevin Wei I and Ella Welch Marlene Welch Roger West Kae Idling Wendy Williumson Constance Wilson Kenneth Wong Wendy Worner Kay Wrcdberg KmiIie Joyce Wright Not pictured: William Kurt Jim McGill Joyce Neighbors Stanley Undem Junior class officers, 1. to r.: Vicki Anderson, treasurer: Maggie Hosficld. secretary: Gordy Knott, vice president; Steve Mooers, president. IA New Phase of Life SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Bottom to to,.. Dan Sinner. President: Kris Nielsen, Secretary: Pat Ortenldnd, Vice-President: Boh Shaughnessy, Treasurer. Herbert Ackerman Sara Allcnhurg Paul Andersen Janet Anderson Jean Anderson Peter Anderson Barbara Andreasen John A rend Rowinary Asao Murk Ash Charles Autrey Lee Bailey Shirley Bailey Ronald Baird Charles Barrett Polly Batchelor Mar-ha Batdorf Curti- BeeRandall Bell Leonetta Benike Bonita BennyliofT Thomas Bercnt Beverly Bergmann Glen Bergstrom Susan Bickford Brin e Birkelanil Robert Blake David Boyd Pamela Brandenburg Steven Bric k lev Frankie- Ann Bruns l.iane Buckley Carl Buell Vic kie Bush Gay Carlin Roxanne Cates t Catherine Cheney Stephen Coleman Colleen Combs Denice Combs Elizabeth Coulter Delrorah Cox Carla Dale Denise Dantis Nancy Davidson Dennis Davis New Faces Sandra Decker Ronald DeVinney Roberta Dickson Patricia Donahue Charles Donorl Mickey Duehn Ric hard Dugstad John Kc-clcs Wayne- Erickson Martha Estenson Wendy Evenson John Ferguson Barbara Fletcher Laurie Floe James Fox Susan Frankie Steven Fredrickson Steven Friden Kli alM-th Gagne Virginia Ganzel Beverly Can a is 70ft' Carol Gehrke Steven Geyen Gordon Gilbertson Kli alwth Gilmore Linda Gilmore l.eon Goodvwiter Kathleen Gorman Charming Gove Wanda Gunion Dehra Gustafson Roberta lluekl Walter Hagen Paula Haller Dehra Hamlett (diaries Hamlin Gliarlotle Hamlin Joseph Hamlin Rose Hammer Gene Hanson Phillip Hanson Lost in the Maze Murhuia Harvey Vennie Hedin ( diaries Heilz David Heilz Terry Heller Jan Henderson Pamela Henderson l ure Hendrickson James Henning Linda lligus Kloise Hint Hownid llodenu Norman llofl Glenn HuLstrand Patricia Hunt Robert Hyde Clarice Iverson Pamela Jackson 71 Diane Jacobson Daniel Jensen Judith Jensen James Jerdee Dale Johnson Debra Johnson Jeffrey Johnson Jill Johnson Karen Johnson Lawrence Johnson Jane Jostrom Penny Jusola Wayne Keppel Charles Koecheler Murk Koecheler Margaret Koehler Linda Koehncn Steven Koehnen Toni Koerber Doris Kohls Deborah Kolho Sully Ko|• i• r11 I Debra Krause Daryl Krueger Sharon Krueger Keith Kullberg Barbara Kusehill Michael Kust Bradley Landsmau Nancy Lange Stephen Lasater Maren Lattin Christine Laube Kevin Leekie Jeffrey l-er Bi« hard Lee Timothy Leighton Judith Lien Steven Lindquist David Lovaasen Davit! Luhy Linda Lundin 72 Kathleen Miller Frank Mittelstaedt Linda Mros Michael Murray David Musgro e Michael Netko Donald Neumann Scott Nirholls Kristine Nielsen Konald Nordstrom Colleen Norton Charles OI»erg Timothy Ogland Diane Olsen Janet Olson Sean O'Malley Patricia Ortenhlad Ceraldinr Otten Douglas Ourn Mary Palmer Constance Pearson Karie Pedersen Lori Pedersen Sally Pedersen Kolrert Perkins Jay Petersen Cheryl Peterson Jefferson Petty Jon Pieper Gwen Ptacek 73Anthony Purvey Rhonda Reilein Churlien Rr ba Mary RiflTe Cindy Riis Susan Rines Rachel Robinson Ronald Rogers Mary Romness Kathryn Ross Sallie Rust Boyd Ruud Suzettc Saunders (•wen Seheppman I’alii. ia Schernau Jon Scherven l.inda Schild Larry Schlasingcr Crelrhen Sehlutrr Nick Schmidt Susan Scholl Hitting the Books Shuts I Schrader Timothy Schwartz Ginger Scott Catherine Segner Gary Segner Koliert Shaiighncssy Roger Shaughnessy Kljean Simon Daniel Sinner John Skinner Kim Skoog Diane Smith Sara Smith Thomas Smith I )iane Soule Douglas Strand James Sullivan Deborah Sundlie Linda Swanson Margie Swanson 74Mark Swenson Frank Theobald l.imla Thomas Stephen Thorne Dean Tower l.imla Udell Olfta Undent John Valeh Kent Van Lierr Linda Voorhee Lonnie Wall Craig Wallin WeMev Walton John Wamheke Brian Walton Craig Weidenbaeh Amy Wel«-h Mill W heeler Ij»iila Wilke Diune W illiuui Joseph Willinni' Not Pictured: Tom Bennett Terrence Hanson Dale Pierce Michael Simmons Blake Thies Laurel Well I'ime between classes. 75Happiness is participating.78Princess Cheryl Kay Sheph and Escort Stanley Heinsrh Princess Patricia Ann Ecklund and Escort Rolf Rriigger Princess Jean Marie HnfT and E«corl Bruce Moth Princi’ss Jean Susan Oeyen and E«cort James RenniePrinces? Carole Ann C rose hen and Escort David Peterson Princess Jean Catherine Neitge and Kscort Cary Gordon Flower girl Anila Smiley and Crown Rearer Todd Jones. Co-eaptains, Harry Kiss and Dave Japs, present a liou-quet of long-stemmed roses to Queen Sharon.STUDKNT COUNCIL, lef, lo right. Row I: L. Soliild. I.. Lehman T I irn Mr Kow 2: S. M'ller, ''‘►rnrr. I). Cox, M. Koninew, M. Lattin. A. Strom. G. Scott. RowT'T vl’ S‘ Smi,h f)' Anderson, lund, G. Johnson, R. Mueller. J. Alexander, J. hox. Row 4: N. Rorkvnn T f'rm ■ r r ' ! ov' bstenson, J. Neitge, P. Kek- •' «".... «•« 5: S. K-IIW. s. Karlry, C. (L.R. Bnjcr,S 8+udent Government STUDKNT COUNCIL OFFICKRS. left to right, ander. Treasurer: C. Groschen. Yire-Prrsidrni: Secretary. Seated: J. Weeks. President. Standing: J. Alex-P. Fahrman. Committee Coordinator, I). Cox, Along with its duty of providing the students with a government. the STUDENT COUNCIL sponsored many activities. They planned the Homecoming festivities, sponsored a Sweetheart Dance in February, took part in a Lake Conference charity drive, participated in a Quiz Bowl, and sponsored International Day. Representatives were sent to the Minnesota Association of Student Councils Convention in Duluth. A literary magazine was something new started by the council. It was edited, written, and printed entirely by the students and sold with the Mohian. 82 RKI) CROSS CLUB, left to right, Row 1: S. Smith, G. Piacek, V. Gunion, O. Undcm, I). Smith, N. Lange. Row 2: E. Gilmore, P. Schrrnau, Mrs. Lindquist. V. Ganzel. J. Alexander. Row 3: M. Gilmore. A. Boll, J. Davis, R. Huckl. M. Kuseliill, S. Anderson. 9ervice to All The RED CROSS CLUB at Mound Senior High was organized this year to provide avenues of service and related activities for the students. The girls made nut cups and decorated tray covers for Thanksgiving and Christmas. These were distributed to the senior citizens at the Twin Birch Nursing Home. The girls also gave a program and spent an afternoon of friendly visiting with the guests. A number of the girls have individual service as Red Cross nursing aides at Waconia Hospital. AFS students at Mound were accompanied by some of the members to an AFS Christmas party for all Hennepin County AFS students. The members that attended found it most interesting hearing about Christmas around tin world. Mound’s Red Cross Club was brand new this year. Service to others will expand and grow as they think up new ways to bring cheer and encouragement to others. RKI) CROSS CLUB OFFICERS, left lo right: Pat Schcrnou, Secretary-Treasurer: Jane Alexander. President: Anne Boll. Vice-President.CKRMAN CLUB, loll »«» righi. Row 1: I.. Lehman, L. Mrs r. I). Haller. M. Miclil, S. Pugh. Miss F«-rguson. I). O'Malley. V. Anderson. W. Williamson. I). Cole. Row 2: W. Worner, S. Callistel. S. BennyliolT. B. And reason, B. Herrmann. P. Nelson, I,. I.ambrecht L Cox. M. Floe. G. Keller. Row 3: S. Kriekson. P. Printup. Havis, B. Rrulin. S. Bahai .. C. Brandenburg, B. Fleloher, I). Ma en-gale. I). Olsen. M. Moran. Row I: J. Carlson. $. Diilmer, R. Mueller, C. Meyer. C. Berge, B. Lewis, J. Johnson. 1). Carlson, R. Mo-ravre. D. Frankie. M. Kusehill. Row 5: C. Stoddarl, M. Anderson. II. Bender, C. Johnson. C. Crosehen. I). Tharp, P. Ortenhlad. J. Henderson. I). Dapkus. J. Reinkin. Row (t: K. Samlne-s. B. Rodcafl. J. Nelson. M. Frcverl. W. Sanow. F. Johnson. T. Piepkorn. R. Davis. R. Odden. R. Perkins. I.. Tentplin. Deutscher Klub CKRMAN CLUB, left to righi: V. Davis. President: f. Freverl. Treasurer: C, Berge. Secretary: L. Lehman. Nice President. The goal of GERMAN CLUB was to acquaint it’s members with the language, people, customs, and land of Germany. To help accomplish this goal, one of the members showed slides of her trip through Germany. The members took a trip to the Heidelberg Res taurant and enjoyed an authentic German meal. For the second consecutive year, the German Club co-hosted a Christmas party with the Spanish Club. The club built the only float for the Homecoming parade. It sported a huge German boerstein and beared the slogan “Beer down on the Eagles.” As usual, the club hail a very successful booth at the annual VF.S. Fiesta. 84fcrrrrm: SPANISH CI.UB. Irft to right, Row I: M. Ifosfirid. C. Hillman. J. Petty, Mr. Marias L Backttrom. J. Gibson. J. Marian B. Klerk. Row 2: C. Ander+on. h. Aune. M. ftwigrr. A. Cow, T. Korrbrr, I). Dickey, (!. Nordhlom. How 3: I). Hoe. C. Jacob. I . Schernau. l. Mow, J. Ifj» '. K. IVlrr . E. McKrnny, I . Keklund. Row 4: i. |)rak« . P. McNral. S. Andersen. I- Johnson. M. Petty, K. Br» r. .S. Yanl.irrr. S. U'agner. Row 5: W. McVay, K. Gagne. C. Fen-ded. J. Alexander. S. Anderson, I). Oas k. i«-Uon. A. Alexander. Row 6: l I.righton, L Thomas. P. Pahtman. K. $andnr s. I.. Pelri. T. Henrirh. R. Brnggcr. I- Pedersen. K. Aoung. El Club de Espafiol SPANISH CI.UB OFFICERS. left to right. seated: B. Fleck, i »; Pn-idem: •danding: A. Alexander. President: L ]«»hn'on. Secretary: I. Knrrtier. Tira-urer. During thr year. flic SPAXISH CIA B members were kept busy with numerous activities. They took their annual trip !o La Casa Coronado to enjoy a true Mexican dinner. The club co-sponsored a Christmas parly with the German ('lub. To liven up the party they donated a pinatu in the shape ( a hot tamale. They sold decorative note 0 ards a! Christmas time to make money r the club. Again, they made and sold taros at the F.S. Fiesta. They also sold pinatas in ions imaginative sha ies. n the spring the club held a banquet parents and members to honor the )le who gave exceptional service during year.DKBATE. left to right, Row 1: K. Olsen. Mr. Nelson. S. Gallistel. Row 2: K. Besse, T. (Carlson. R. Moravec. Row 3: C. Meyer, R. Davis. T. Picpkorn, B. I.ewis. D.E. 0. Club and Debate Resolved: That Congress should establish uniform regulations to control criminal investigation procedures. 'Phis was the topic which the DEBATE team debated across the nation from October to February. The team debated at Payncsville. Hopkins. Richfield. Hastings. Chaska. Gustavus Adolphus and the Regional Tournament. The D.E. O. Club spent most of its time getting ready for the Leadership Conference held in St. Paul. At the St. Paul Hotel, contests were held for girls in office practice. Students in distributive practice participated in contests at the St. Paul Hilton Hotel. JB. left |o right, Row 1: J. Bealien, L. Cox. Mr. Furlong. K. Runman, A. Huclskamp. Row 2: S. Bennett, K. Batdorfi Geyen, R. Tyra, L. Clark. Row 3: G. Johnson, V. Bickford. C. Ketzback. V. Hicks. I). Marschkc. Row t: M. Henke, Grundmcier, N. KvanofT. J. Hcsselgrave. T. Fayville.rich. M. Frrveri. K. Young. Young Dramatists One of the first activities the THESPIANS took part in was a trip to the Stagecoach in October. The performance of The Count of Monte Crist was very enjoyable and left a lasting impression on their minds. Their other activities included supporting the Junior Class Play and the all-school play and attending the movie. Cone With the Wind. At the end of the year, they had a banquet to initiate all members that met the requirements for National Thespians. This included the 1007 graduates. who were never initiated. THKSPIAN OFFICERS, left ro tight: K. Young. President: M. Hosfield, Vice President: V. Anderson, Treasurer: K. Nielson. Secretary. 87Karen Hralh «rt up llir slagr for the play. Student director, Jane Alexander, gives constructive criticism to the cast members. “Are my eyes deceiving me. or did I jlist see a big white rabbit pass me in the hall?” If that thought went through your head November 10 and II. then your eyes were not playing tricks on you because those were the nights of the Junior Class Flay, “Harvey”. Harvey was on imaginary six foot white rahit, who became ac- J quainted with El wood F. Dowd. They met as El wood was walking home from the neighborhood bar ami saw Harvey leaning against a lamp post. When Elwood began introducing hint to all of his sister's social-climbing friends. Veto became quite distressed and tried to have Elwood committed to C-humley's Rest. At the sanitorium Vela got so worked up that she had herself committed instead of Elwood. The situations following were hiliarious as all characters made a big bit with the audience. Klwood P. Dowd (Kirk Bc sc introduce Harvey to Mrs. Chauvenrt (Mary Anderson). 88CAST Myrtle Mae Simmons............. Veta Iconise Simmons........... FI wood P. Dowd................ Miss Johnson (maid) ........... Mrs. Chauvenct................. Miss Ruth Kelly................ Mr. Wilson..................... Dr. Lyman Sanderson............ Dr. William Chumley............ Betty Chumley.................. Judge Omar Gaffney............. Cab driver..................... Director: Donald Gulbrandson Student Director: Jane Alexander . .Sharon Dittmer ......Debbie Oas .....Kirk Besse .......Pat Ward . .Mary Anderson Laurie Lyckholrn . .Boots Rockvam . . .Jerry Roelofs . . .Mark Frevert Connie Nordblom . . . Bruce Roskaft .Steve Gilbertson Or. William Chumley (Murk Frevert) tries to console Veta Louise Simmons (Debbie Oas). Mr. Wilson (Bools Rockvam I -tares in disbelief at a patient.BAND, left to right. Row 1: L. Thomas, S. Rcilcin, S. Farley, K. Olson, S. Monticth, J. Cibson. Row 2: S. Smith, S. Bennyhoff, V. Lee, E. MeKenny, J. Johnson. C. Laubc, S. Frankie, I). Cox. Row 3: L, Lundin, W. Johnson, S. Hanson, D. Dapkus, C. Dale, B. Lewis, L. Leipzig, T. Carlson, L. Pedersen, J. Rogers. Row 4: R. Diamond, J. Weeks, C. Foss, C. Iverson, C. Iverson, J. Ferguson, C. Hulstrand, G. Knott, R. Fox, K. Van Uere, J. Fox. Row 5: Mr. MacIntyre, D. Soule, G. Mulen, J. Holloway, B. Bcnnyhoff, R. Hyde. MacIntyre's BAND COUNCIL, left to right. Row 1: W. Hadden, S. BennyhofT, I.. INderson, J. Johnson, C. Nordblom, B. BennyhofT. Row 2: G. IliiNirund. J. Fox. J. Weeks, L. Leipzig, G. Mulen. J. Holloway, G. Knott. 90BAND. Ml lo right. How 1: J. Irvine, J. Anderson. B. Brulin. D. Frankie, I.. Hartman, C. Meyer. How 2: M. Komnes, M. Swanson, C. Nordblom, I . Anderson, P. Nelson. L Schild, B. Lidix-rg. How 3: K. Keilein, W. Hadden. T. Piepkorn, K. Nord-trom, M. Daly, I). Johnson, M. Welch, S. Nelson, S. Mittclstadt, J. Peterson. Row 4: I). Wallin, R. Koehn, J. Johnson. C. Wallin, M. Bctzlcr, G. Baird. J. Gove. How 5: K. Moravcc, I.. Gronvold, K. Robinson, P. Coleman, M. LaFave, J. Petty. Melodies During tin fall, the HAND marched and played at all the home football games. It gave its First concert in early December at the High School. They presented- another concert in the middle of March and a combined orchestra and band concert in May. On March 30th and April 2nd. Mound was host to the Lake Conference Instrumental Festival. Soloists and ensembles from the whole Lake Conference competed for good ratings from a panel of judges. A fruitcake sale at Christmas time, sponsored by the Hand Boosters, helped to raise money for the band tour in April. The Hand went to Berlin. Wisconsin, for two days. In the spring, the Rand began to practice marching for parades. They marched on several occasions, including the Memorial Day Parade. BAND Of FIChRS, left to riglit: G. Mulen, President: J. Holloway. Secretary: C. Nord-blom. Vice-President: B. BcnnyliofT. Treasurer. 91( HOIK, left to right. Row 1: S. Van J. Neilgc, I). Sather, G. Brandenburg. T. Olimann, I), (.'ole, I). Anderson, J. Realm, M. Ilosfield. Row 2: M. Ander-on, R. Clifford, K. Gagne, M. Floe, G. Johnson, S. Osmon-on, I). Dickey. S. Word, C. Anderson, L. Lukin. Row 3: K. Sandness. T. Henrich, C. Croschen, II. Bender. G. Roelofs, S. Mooers, I). Saltzman, B. Olsen, N. Holloway. Row 4: T. Matson. K. Younp. D. I .arson. S. Philbrook, B, Roskaft, K. Larson, K. Wong, J. Schroeder, M. Petty. CHOIR OFFICKRS. left to right: R. Noland, Secretary: R. Mueller, Asst. Secretary: J. Huff. Treasurer: S. Mooera. Vice-President: D. Larson, Asst. Treasurer: K. Young, President. 92CHOIR, left to right. Row 1: L. Lehman. J. Faroes. W. Worner. P. Saltzman, S. Andersen. J. Umliehorker. S. Bal.aiz. R. Mueller. S. Ro$ . J. Hull. Row 2: K. Runman. V. And T un. S. HofT, P. learner, J. Cole, S. Drake, C. Johnson, S. Havens, I.. Heinsch R. Price. Row 3: G. Frit. M. Sincbeff. I). Ivcr-on, R. Noland, S. Rye. I.. Lyckholm. J. Davis, C. Sloddart. P. Leighton. C. Wallin’ Row 4; R. Cloud. N. Rockv.im. T. Grove-. R. House, M. Tesamer. P. Carlhom. T. Welch, S. Jackson. D. Japs. R. Carlson. Hotvet’s Harmonies The SENIOR CHOIR met five CHOIR COUNCIL, left to right: T. Matsrn, T. Welch, J. Neitge, D. Anderson. days a week for an hour every day. They sang for forty-five minutes and used the remaining time for study. During the Christmas season, the choir sang at Southdale Shopping Center. Fairview Hospital, and Midland National Bank. On December 21 they gave a Christmas concert entitled. “Carol of the Star." at the high school. The annual Choir Show, which was called “Up. Up and Away.” was presented on February 22. On April 26. 27. and 28 they went to Windom in Southwest Minnesota for the Choir trip. They finished out the year by singing at Baccalaureate on Mav 26. 93SOPHOMORK CHOIR. left to riglii. Row 1: K. Gorman, M. Palmer, C. Combs, P. Brandenburg. B. Andrcawn, M. Batdorf, K. Wyman, M. Woodward, E. Hintz. P. Batchelor, S. Pedersen, K. Olsen. Row 2: B. Harvey, R. Ilackl, K. Nielson, S. Hines, S. Schrader, R. Dickson, C. Cheney, I). Sundlie. A. Welch. N. Cange, V. Ganzel, J. Jordan. P. Donahue. Row 3: C. Weidenltach. I). I.ovansen. D. Davis, N. Hoff, P. Hunt, P. Henderson, I . Jusola. D. Strand. R. Bell. G. Hurdon, C. Oberg. Tunes Ring Out Hie SOPHOMORK CHOIR spent iheir time practicing and improving their singing in preparation for their Senior Choir try-outs. The entire choir met in class three days a week. The other two days were used for individual and small group music lessons with Mr, Hotvet. On these two days the choir members, who were not taking their lessons, had a study hall. The choir had two performances during the year: one at Christmas and one in the spring. Some of the members tried out for the Choir Show in February. I he Choir accepts applause after singing one of its numliei« ol the Christmas Concert. 94LIBRARY HKLP, Irfi to right, seated: P. Good, K. Gagne. P. Ward, P. Krotz. 1). Christie, C. Michel. S. Krisali . Standing: K. Iverson. K. Heath. S. Farley. L lj»kin, T. Brockopp. K. McDonald, K. Dudek. K. Blood, M. Barrett, K. Ronnies . J. Irckie, I). Otrey. Busy Workers STAGE CREW, left to right: G. IWlof , S. Bine . During their study halls, the LIBRARY HELPERS assisted Mr. Erickson in the library. They checked out hooks and magazines and shelved the returned books. Their work helped to keep the library material in order and readily available to the students. The STAGE CREW set up the stage for all assemblies and took care of the lighting and public address systems. They did this for class plays, basketball pames. and concerts. The OFFICE WORKERS were students that helped tin secretaries in the office during their study halls. They helped by answering the telephone, issuing passes, and giving messages to students. At Christmas time the secretaries gave each girl a bracelet in recognition of her service. OFFICE HELP. Irft to right. standing: W Hick . 1. Ha c. S. Miller. I). Niccum. Seated: J. Rrrsc, W. Davis.F. H.A., Irft to right, Row 1: J. Fames . G. Ptacrk. I). Smith, O. Undcm, C. Iverson. N. Brekke. Row 2: I). GuMahon, K. Heath, I . Davis, I). Kohls, J. Wright. Row 3: T. Ohmann. J. Ncitge, S. Drake, I . MrNVal, S. Andersen. K. Romneys. Row 4: J. Geyen, G. Johnson, I). Williams. Mrs. Stockton, M. Gilmore, A. Boll, I . Fahrmnn. xxxx X XXX X X X X XXXX xxxx xxxx XXXX xxxx X Xo X Xs£) F.H.A. OFFM-KRS, left to right: C. Iverson, Vice-President: S. Andersen. Secretary-Treasurer: P. Fahrman, President: S. Drake. Historian: G. Ptaeek, Recreation Leader. In October, the F.H.A. CLUB went to the District F.H.A. Convention in Brooklyn Center. George Bice front WCCO-TV was the featured speaker. He gave an enjoyable and interesting talk on teenage girls and their interests. The club went to the State F.H.A. Convention at the Radisson Hotel in March. They attended meetings and a banquet and stayed overnight in Minneapolis. Throughout the year the club sold cookbook- to raise money for their activities. 96MATH CLUB, lefi to right. Row 1: F. Sand, J. Gibson. I . Nelson, B. Olsen, V. Anderson W. Worner, S. Gallistell. Row 2: I). Sat her, C. Brandenburg, S. Rabalz, R. Mueller. J. Alexander, M. Moran, S. Rye. Row 3: B. Ross. I). Dickey, J. Carlson, R. Moravec, M. Dittrich, C. Meyer, B. Lewis. Row 4: J- Johnson. T. Carlson, 11. Tricselmunn. T. Groves, N. Rorkvam. Mr. Simondet. Row 5: K. Wong. R. Maass, R. Davis, T. Piepkorn. G. Madson, J. Oslund, F. Johnson. Calculations and Experiments Most of the students in MATH CLUB took the National Math Test in the spring. Through the fall and winter they went over the tests from several years before to prepare themselves for tin test. Mr. Simondet explained how to solve many of the problems and told tin students what they should have expected on the test. The SCIENCE CLUB dealt with projects on an individual basis. The members worked mainly with rats and studied the effects of hormones and drugs on them. Other projects included research on glue sniffing, the effects of muscular exercise on pulse rate, and research papers on various scientific areas. The club’s main goal was preparing projects for the Minnesota State Science Fair. 97MOW AN- l« ft lo right. Row 1: I.. Likin. L. Lehman, L. Mcaser. Mr. Muth. M. Hosficld, S. BennyhofT, C. Anderson, S. Pugh. Row 2: I.. Fritz. I). Tripph-r. M. Ashenmarher, C. Jacobs. J. Col -, M. Floe, S. Drake. Row 3: P. McNcal, B. Swanson, S. Babatz, J. 0;nls' n. I). Frankie. S. Krickson, L. Bryce. I). Tharp. Row 4: M. Petty, T. Brockopp. C. Frnstad. K. Nielsen, C. Johnson. C. Gro- s -hen. K. Koehnen. Row 5: M. Orn, I.. Petri, P. Farhman, T. Ilenrirh. K. Young, M. Curtis, K. Solidness. C. Wallin. Headlines and Deadlines Tin- MOM I AN staff consisted of the Editor-in-chief and seven other editors for each of the sections of the yearbook. These people chose the theme. “Happiness Is." They then set to work and planned each of the pages in the book. The many other students who worked on the Mohian spent their time typing, cropping pictures, drawing pages from the editors’ plans, and collecting and writing copy. Several of the more artistically talented students drew Peanuts characters to go along with the theme. In the fall several members of the staff attended the Minnesota High School Press Association Convention at the University of Minnesota. The Convention consisted of a full day of meetings on how to plan and put together a yearbook. A banquet in the evening concluded the convention. Activities hditor Candy Johnson work - on one of tin- activities pages.Editor-in-chief Sandy BennyhofT checks over the underclassmen page . Sherrie Pugh and Faculty Editor Marlye Orn plan the faculty pages. Pictures and Captions MOHIAN EDITORS, left to right. Seated: I). Trippler, C. Croschen. 1). Frankie. T. Hen-rich. Standing: S. BennyhofT. M. Orn. K. Sandness, C. Johnson. Editor: Faculty Editor: Senior Editor: Underclassmen Editor Activities Editor: Sports Editor: Advertising Editor: Index Editor: Photograph lers: Artists: Advisor: Mike Sandy BennyhofT Marlye Orn Teresa Heinrich : Karen Sandncss Candy Johnson Daryla Trippler Carole Croschen Diane Frankie Candy Johnson, Haga Studios Curtis. Lane Petri Ervin Muth 99SMOKK SIGNAL, left to right. Row 1: Anderson, K. Heath, Mbs Kyllo, I . Ecklund, S. Erickson. Row 2: W. Hadden. J. Hasse, S. Yanl.iere, C. Stoddart. If. Bender. Row 3: A. Alexander. C. Wallin, B. I.und. .1. Ferguson. Row 4: K. VanLiere. G. Roelofs. M. Curtis. J. Weeks. K. Young. Extra, Extra! Read All About It Carol prepares a story for print. Editor-in-chief: Associate Editors: Ken Young Carol Wallin. Carol Anderson. Judy Hasse, Jerry Roelofs Senior Class Reporter: Ann Alexander Junior Class Reporter: Jerry Roelofs Sophomore Class Reporter: Kent VanLiere Fashion Editor: Exchange Editor: Activities Editor: Advisor: Pat Ecklund Carol Wallin Sandy VanLiere Susan Kyllo 100The purpose of thr SMOKE SIGNAL was lo bring the news of Mound High School lo its students. It also provided feature stories that were of interest to the student body. .To polish their journalistic skills, the staff traveled to two journalism conferences. The National Press Association sponsored one at the I niversity of Minnesota and the Minneapolis Star and Tribune held one at the Pick-Nicollet Hotel. special function of tin Smoke Signal staff this past year came as a result of the rlass of 1%8 being the 50th to graduate from Mound High School. They put out one extra issue, a special anniversary issue in which months of resarch was involved. Very often the staff worked far into the eveninp in order to meet a deadline. Junior Editor Jerry learns the ropes. SMOKE SIGNAL EDITORS, left lo rijeht. Row I: K. Young. G. Roelofa. Row 2: I. Ilnsae, (!. Anderson, (.. Wallin. 101I M CLUB, left to right. Row 1: J. Anderson. S. Hardina. M. Sullivan, Mr. Haddorf, R. House. K. Dodds. R. Koehn. Row 2: I- Leipzig, N. Rockvam, B. Mason. H. Ki s. J. Rennie. N. Holloway. Row 3: S. Philbrook. S. Mooer-, B. Lund. L. Bailey, M. Geagen, F. Lev elyOling. Row 4: D. Wallin. J. Pederson. D. l-arson, I). Japs. J. Gove. S. Jackson, B. McCollom. Row 5: M. Frevert, J. Nelson. J- W'eek . M. Taffr. R. Carlson. T. Mat»on. D. Peterson. To support their rlub, the M CM B sold Hockey and Football magazines. They also held a basketball game between the faculty and VI)GY on January 10. Among other things, the club was irt charge of building the Homecoming Bonfire ami on May 7 they sponsored the annual Mound Relays. Other functions of the M CU B were: aiding the cheerleaders and Pep Club at the games, ami they also helped develop loyally, cooperation. and sportsmanship among the members of the student body. M CLUB OFFICKRS, left to right: I). Peterson, Srcrelary-Trrasurer; L. l-eipzig. President: J. Pedersen. Vice President. Lettermen of ihe Year J 102 PKP CLUB, left lo right, Row 1: C Rrzba. K. Pfdcrwn, L Schild. M. Woodward. T. koerbrr, P. Jack-on. Row 2: J. Huff. I). Anderson. M. Floe, P. Hollmot , C. Fridcn. M. Hosfield, Mrs. Young, I- Bryce, C. Nordblom, P. Good. M. Dittrich, k. Gagne. C. Gro-schen. Row 3: W. Hadden, M. Byers. J. «-itge, P. Leighton. D. Irippler, . l-ee, C. Ken-lad, G. Johnson, J. Farness, I . McNeal. S. Drake, A. I e-Stcere, A. Alexander. R. Hackl. Row 4: P. Fahrman. B. Swan-on. M. Orn. S. Miller, M. Mi chi, D. Haller, C Hrsac, |). Sather, S. Dittmer, I). Cole, P. Ward. T. Brockopp. L Udell. S. Frankie. Row 5: P. Nelson, C. Meyer, I- Lakin, J. Johnson, T. (iarlson, W. Worner, R. Mueller. L. l hman, I). Tharp, P. Ortenblad, K. Nielson, B. Bcrgmann, J. Henderson, S. Pugh. Row 6: C. Putnam, I.. Swunson, I- Floe, I). (x x. K. (iorman, G. Scott, L Lamhrccht. B. 1-cwis. C. Berge, C. Foss, I). Dickey, R. Renner, S. Anderson. C. laiuhe. Row 7: S. VanLierr, C. Stoddart, S. Havens, k. Heath, M. Moran. T. Cecka, J. Soule, P. Davis, A. Boll, N. Brekke, C. Shepherd. J. I ckie, J. Sherman. Row 8: S. Rines. L Pedersen, I). Olsen, J. Gih-on, W. Williamson. D. O'Malley, M. Gilmore, M. Bosigrr, k. Baird. S. F.ricson. G. Ander-on. B. Harvey. S. Allenburg. P. Batchlor. Row 9: S. Pedersen, G. Schuller, B. Andreasen, B. Fletcher. B. Garvais, P. Haller. S. Schrader, K. Gilmore. P. Brandenburg. K. Coulter. V. Ganzel, J. Anderson. R. Reilein. Row 10: G. Ptacek, C. Pearson, C. Combs. G. Dale, P. Schemau. M. koehler, M. Romnca . R. Asao. J. Jensen, D. krau-e, M. Swanson, K. Ilintz, J. Johnson. Row 11: k. Mey. S. kturger, L. Higu-, A. Welch, N. Graeber, C. Hillman K. Aune. D. Carl-on, S. Leipzig. S. Reilein. Pep Club The PF.P CLt’B boasted a membership of over 130 girls, who promoted I hr spirit at Mound. Many members attended each game to encourage the team lo really light hard. They held their annual Sadie Hawkins Dance, which turned out to be a huge success. In tin fall and spring the club went horseback riding at a local riding stable. W orking at the FS Fip-ta at game booth- proved worthwhile and exciting. PKP CLUB 0FF1CKRS, left to right, seated: J. Huff. President: Badden Vice President. Standing: S. Pugh. Trra-unr: L Pedersen. •k'r r ‘ • 103The Girls Athh ■tic Association was better known as G.A.A. The "iris met on Thursday evenings and worked mainly on gymnastics to terfeet their gymnastic skills. Before Christmas vacation they' sponsored a Christmas tarty for all the members. They challenged the faculty women to a volleyball tournament and they' won by a large margin. V. Cunion. I). .Sniilfi.bLl.- .VJo ar f, » 1 ,lal,crpM - nks. M. Woodward. S. Pugh. R. Rrilein Row 2■ I F C. Schemau, C S. Leipzig. How I fc V i » fiS Girls Athletic Association SKI CLUB OFFICERS, left to right: It. Brupger. Prrsidrnt: C. Jar nix. Secretary-Treasurer: S. Nelson, Vice President.SKI CLUB. Icfi to right, Ro I: A. Go e. K. Baird. A. Boll. S. Hanlon, Mr. l-age, S. Scholl, I.. John»on. A. Scholer. Ron 2: R. Niccum, C. Shepherd. B. Hum. K. Rom nets, C. Johnston, S. Hinga. J. Nichols, S. Krickson, N. Fred-all. Row 3: I). Tharp. W. John-on. I). Sather, S. Dittmer. I). Abrahamson. M. Moran. C Meyer, J. Johnson, T. Carlson. Row 4: L Floe, K. Waataja, C. Mulcn, S. Cil-In rt-on. R. I’odlogar. K. Besse, M. IjiFave, I). Niccum, M. Orn. Row 5: J. ()-lund. I). Johnson. L Leipzig, M. Geagen. S. Wagner. I . Lrighton, V. Lee, C Fen-tad. A. Lw-Slerrr. Row 6: S. Nelson. M. Freverl. S. Schmidt. R. Lind. I . Wallin. T. Piepkom, B. Ro«-kaft, J. Gove. R. Lindlan. R. Rrugger. A Wedeln We Will Go Skiing at Ski Tonka every Thursday gave the SKI CLUB members many chances to practice and improve their skiing. The members were also offered lessons on Thursday for a reduced rate. With the membership up to 120, the club took three Saturday trips to distant ski areas. These trips were to,Afton Alps. Welch Village, and Frontenac. For these Saturday trips, the club provided “poor hoy” sandwiches for the members. SKI CLUB, left to right. Row 1: M. Koehler, L Back-torm. L I .eh man, P. Nelson, G. Han-on. V. Ander-on, C. Fridcn, l_ Sehild. Row 2: G. Seott. S. Friden. I. Swan-on, C. Rezba. M. Woodward, K. Batdorf. M. Ahsenmacher, T. Heller. Row 3: L. Bryce, M. Floe, T. Brockopp. I). Floe. P. Ward. R. Falk. C. Jacob. C Putnam. Row 4: J. Irvine. J. Johnson. K. (’.ague, S. Drake. P. McNeal, M. Roufs, M. Romnes-, I). Cox. Row 5: I). Iverson, C. Berge, C. Fo—, C. Dale. L l.yckholm. R. Mueller. I). Mas-engale. S. Havens, K. Heath. DRILL TKAM, left to right: S. Miller. C Fenstad, T. Rrockopp, l Kahrman, L Shepherd. S. Dittnur, B. Swanson. L. Lehman. V. Wnrner. S. Andersen. I . Ward. J. Sherman. J. Leckie, I., ('.ox. R. Mueller, J. Ncitgc, Inot pictured. I). Koerher. L. Terrell). Rarh Swanson executes one of the team’s famous kicks. 106 The 18 members of the MOHAWKETTES practiced twice a week. They performed original routines at pep fests, basketball, and football games. The girls practiced under the supervision of Mrs. Virginia Henderson. When the girls marched to the music of the Mound High Band, they were under the leadership of co-captains Sue Miller and Jean Neitge. They sported the military look with new short, red jumpers with brass buttons. These were worn with white turtlenecks. The team waits off stage before they perform.During the Football season, the Mound MAJORETTES marched and performed with the Mound High Rand. With Mr. MacIntyre, they planned halftime performances. I hey marched with the Hand on Memorial Day and twirled lighted batons at the Homecoming Talent Show. The girls created their own routines at a weekly practice and made their red and white costumes. The majorette use a unny day to practice. Marchers and Twirlers MAJORKTTES, left to right, seated: I). Oas C Von End . Standing: I- Frit . J. Johnson. A. Strom 107A SQUAD CHEERLEADERS. I -ft lo right: P. Good, I.. Bryce, K. Gagne. P. Hollmotz, I). Anderson. M. Ho field. The A SQl AD CHEERLEADERS adopted a new system, common to many of the Lake Conference schools. A schedule of rotation was worked out that allowed each squad to cheer for an equal amount and variety of sports events. All twelve girls cheered the team on during the football season. In addition to the new system, the cheerleaders retired the traditional sweater and culotte combination. Instead, they donned white shorts and sweaters with red letters for the football and hocke rink. Along wih this change in uniform. I he B S(,)l AD CHEERLEADERS put name patches on their culottes. The B Scpiad Cheerleaders were chosen in the- fall in the same manner as the- A Squad. They performed before a panel of student and faculty members and were chosen for their ability and pep. Chrerlraderc take to tin- ice. Yea, Rah, Rah! Conn- on team. F-LG-H-T !A SQUAD CHKKRI.KADKRS. Ml lo right. Row 1: .1. HufT. C. Gro chen. The calm after the storm. M. Dittrich. Row 2: M. Floe. C. Nnrdhlom. Row 3: I.. Fridon. B SQUAD CHKKRI.KADKRS, left to right: I'. Jackson. T. Koerher, M. Woodward. L Schild, C. R«v.l»a. K. Pedersen. 109noHappiness is victory."A" 9quad Scores M 0 U N D f I 6 7 Lincoln 55 Kobbinsdalc 11 Minnetonka 21 I'.dina 52 Hopkins 11 Kennedy H3 Si. Loui» Park HH Cooper Hard Work on the Gridiron Head Coach Gove confer with his assistant . Blomlie and Weber. The Varsity football leant started the year with a game at Worthington. Although the team lost, they felt they had bene fit ted from the pre-season experience. This was proven by their close match with Lincoln which they lost by only one point. They reached their peak at Homecoming when they held highly ranking Kennedy to two touchdowns, much to the enjoyment of the spectators. Injuries hampered the team throughout the season. One of the injuries that hurt the team the most was when quarterback Lance Leipzig wrenched his knee, eliminating him from action. During the rest of the season, five other men fdled in as quarterback. Coach Cove looks forward to a better and more productive season next year based on the return of ten lettermen plus the upcoming juniors."A" SQUAD FOOTBALL TKAM. . to r., Rou- I: K. Dodds, H. Kiss. S. Nelson, J. Pedersen, M. Geagan, L. Cloud, B. Plant, S. Kellogg, J. Uehmler. Rou- 2: S. Mooers, T. Matson. B. McCollom, M. TafTc, I). Japs, P. Lrwin, L. Leipzig, R. Lee, S. Schmidt, G. Roelofs, Coach Blondie. riotv 3: Coach Gove, C. Gables. D. O’Neil. B. Mason, R. Lindlan, J. Gove, I). Wallin, S. Jackson, D. Larson. R. La Favor, R. Koehn, Coach ■Veber. “A” Squad Football tri-captains: Harry Kiss. Lance Leipzig and Dave Japs. 113Brian McCollum i voted most valuable player | y his teammates. Dodds and Jackson block, a high pass. Coach Gove makes Ins point. Dave Japs—all conference Defensive Tackle.Mohawks fight on for victory. "B" Squad Scores M 0 u N D 34 Minnetonka 50 Robbinsdale 21 Lincoln 20 Hopkins 18 Cooper 54 Edina 35 Kennedy 11 St. Louis Park F—i —g-h- Under the direction of the new coach, Roger Hanson, the “IV squad team worked hard ull season. Although they were defeated all year, they gained valuable experience. Nick Schmidt, Tom Smith and John Eccles showed great [ otcntial throughout the season. “B” SQUAD FOOTBALL TEAM. . to r Ron j Mgr. Tu «7 k' » .. -• c r„. f U. V., «—■ Assistant Coach Pat Furlong. 115CROSS COUNTRY. . to r., Row I: G. Bergstrom, N. Holloway, S. Hardina, I). Krueger. Row 2: Coach Jenks, G. Knott. G. Madson, R. Bush, A. Lee. Run Boy, Run Coach Jenks times the team in a quick warmup. The Mound Cross Counfry team held their invitational meet at Lakevicw this year. Four schools participated: Lincoln, Kennedy, Burnsville and Mound. All tolled, ninety-eight hoys ran. Noel Hollo-wav placed second in the meet. A new record of ten minutes, forty-five seconds was set this year by Noel Holloway and Steve Hardina. These two lettermen were the team’s top point scorers. Under the leadership of the new coach. Mr. Jenks, the outlook for the cindermen is bright. Coach Jenks said he is working on some new ideas to gain more school interest. Also, the team was made up entirely of underclassmen, giving us eight experienced men for next year. I 16St. Anthony Minnetonka Edina Hopkins Kennedy St. Ixniis Park 36 35 41 43 41 17 20 O u'5 n 14 6 24 38 35 30 16 36 Chaska Cooper Richfield Wayzata Wrestling Gains Popularity Lincoln R’obinsdale Wrestling Team: Top How, left to right: M. Kust, C. Koccheler, B. Lind. I). Larson, P. Lewin, S. Mooers, T. Smith, F. Johnson, M. Duchn, Coach Jcnks. Bottom row, left to right: J. Bchmler, J. Petty, K. Dodds, J. Fox, G. Bergstrom, D. Johnson, R. Blake, D. Krueger, C. Autrey, R. Nordstorm. The Mound wrestling team of ‘67-68’ was a very young team. It was made up of mostly sophomores and juniors with very little experience. The whole team worked hard this year and made a lot of improvement. However, a lot of hard work still lays ahead. Paul Lewin and Steve Moores, cocaptains for next year, were the team’s leading scorers with Dave Larson right behind them. A Mound matmnn begins ;i tough match.A Mohawk stands and fights. JrfT Potty, both “A and “B" squad lightweight. Matmen Gain New Coach Pin that man. Mohawk!Dave fight for a point. Mr. Jenks Wre-tling proves to Ik a rough tough sport. “Hoy! That's my arm! A referee watches closely as a mighty Mohawk trie- to pin the opponent. Pure physical strength. 119The Mohawk hockey team made tremendous advances in 1967-1968 when they moved from Lake Conference cellar to a ninth place finish. The season was highlighted by victories over Park, Wayzata. Lincoln, and ties with Kennedy and Park. Boh Osterherg, voted by his teammates us the most valuable player, led all scoring with 15 goals and 6 assists. Bob also just missed being selected to All Lake Conference Team as he fell one vote short in the final tally. Brian McCollom, the veteran defenseman, led the team in clearing percentages and became one of the better defensemen in the league as the season progressed. There is no doubt that it was the outstanding effort by everyone on the team that has brought Mound up in the Lake standings. Certainly the many fine seniors will be hard to replace, but with nine returning lettermen and some fine freshman and sophomore prospects for the future of Mound hockey should be even brighter next year. Best Ever 120(loin Row, left lo right. G. Gordon. S. Kellogg. I). Owen. J. Jerdee, M. Italy, J. Kudnicki, H. Ki»». J. Sehervrn, B. OMrrbrrg. Mina Robbinsdale Minnetonka Hopkins Kennedy St. I.ouis Park Cooper Richfield Lincoln 121Rol» Ostcrberg was voted, by hi teammate . Mom Valuable Player, lie also scored the niO«t goal . Coach Weber and Coach Furlong milc over the icemens improvement. Final Scoring B« nlts Goals Assists Points Bob Ostcrberg 15 6 21 Jon Srherven 5 8 13 Harry Fiss 7 5 12 Cary Gordon I 1 5 Steve Kellogg 2 3 5 John Skinner 2 1 3 John Olson 1 2 3 Doug Owen 1 2 3 Jay Tobin 0 2 2 Mike Sullivan 1 n 1 JolT Cove 0 1 1 Brian McGowan 0 1 1 Bob LaFnvor 0 1 1 Team 38 33 71 Hat Tricks: Osterlrerg (vs Louis Park. Dee. 16) Kennedy, Dee. I4». Kiss (vs. St. Co-captain are Rrian McCollum ami Harry Kins. Brian was also voted Top Clearing man. |"B SQUAD HOCKKY: lop Ron, left to right: I). Strand, I). Aftlnwn, D. Davis- R- Kogrr . C. Go e, J. Sullivan. K. l.ro, A. Purvey, J. Henning, D. I.o aa-«-n. J. r olm. Bottom Ron. |» ft to right: S. Mardina. S. Krrdrirkfon. C. Hamlin. J. IVtrrwn, W. Hagen. N. Hoff. I). Sinner, B. McGowan. Icemen Gain Experience “Best F.xer" also applies to litis year’s B” Squad hockey team. Winning two of their first 3 games, the team then suffered four close losses. Coming hack to heat Wayzata. they achieved a final standing of 3-8. Hopes are running high for next year when these icemen will use their experience in varsitv hockey. O U n 5 1 4 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 5 3 2 3 4 2 I 10 7 6 Hopkins Kennedy Wayzata St. Louis Park Lincoln Minnetonka Bobbinsdale Wayzata Richfield Edina Cooper 123“A" SQUAD BASKKTBAl.f.: Top Row, l« ft to right: J. IVdcwn, T. Matson, R. Soulr, D. IVlrrvon, D. WuldrofT, R. (Carlson, ft. Homw. Bottom Row. left to right: S. Jackson, I . Miller. J. Rennie, M. Milhilink, T. Welch. II Roundball" Basketball Coaches: Blomlie. Ashmore, and Musscr. This year’s “A” squad basketball team’s final standing was 1-15 in conference play. However, the won loss record reflects little on both the closeness of the games or on the individual effort the players put forth as well as that of the team. These three elements were obvious to all those who attended the games throughout the season. Dave Peterson set a conference record, scoring 36 points in the final game against Wayzata. The experience Mike llilbelink and Tom Matson gained this year playing regular will be a big help to the whole team next season. The coach says he is looking forward to next year when he hopes the team will have more wins. 124Ron scrambles f«r ihr ball as Coach Rlmnlir and Coach Musser watch intensely. Jim pa scs nfT to Dave. Co-captain' Dave Peterson and Ron Carlson. Minnetonka Richfield Edi- na Hopkins Kennedy St. Louis Park Cooper Lincoln Golden Valley (District) Rohbinsdah Richfield 86 Si. Louis Park Wayzata Lincoln Rohbinsdah Kennedy Wavzotn Edina (District) 125Junior Varsity provides a chance for boys who really want to play basketball. Some of the boys are also members of “A” and “B” squads, who don’t get a chance to play regularly. The boys played a regular schedule with other Lake schools. Beating Orono. Cooper, and Wayzata. they represented us well. W ith a little student and faculty support next year’s team will be even better. The team plans their strategy. Dave goes in for the lay-up. 126“B" SQUAD BASKKTBALL: left to right. Row 1: K. VanLiere, J. Ferguson, B. Shaugnessy, T. Berrnt, J. Williams. I . Anderson. Row 2: K. Rullberg. C. Olx-rg, J. Hamlin, G. Hultstrand, K. Skoog, C Wallin, K. Hefty—student manager. Cagers Baffle for Points! The “B” squad basketball team sho w e d consistent improvement throughout the year. They ended the year with victories over Kennedy and Wayzata. Their final standing was 3- m m 13. M 21 IS 18 30 37 21 29 43 35 30 39 34 40 39 35 34 11 35 34 50 18 35 50 52 15 35 50 25 55 44 32 21 Minnetonka Richfield Edina Hopkins Kennedy St. Louis Park Cooper Lincoln Rohhinsdale Richfield St. Louis Park Wayzata Lincoln Rohhindale Kennedy Wayzata 127128 Mohawks Fight! 129130 Happiness is purchasing power. 131SCHERVEN CHEVROLET, INC. 132THE “GOLD DIGGERS 68” FISCHER’S FLORAL AND GREENHOUSE Specialists in: Weddings Arrangements Corsages Blooming Plants KEAVENY DRUG Flowers by: Tony Eva Van Der Steeg Good Luck From Your Friendly NATIONAL FOOD STORE MANAGER BEN FRANKLIN WILLETTE’S DECORATING CENTER TASTEE FREEZE 133 BRAZMAN REALTY A-l RENTAL SPRING PARK GROCERY STORE BOB’S BARBER SHOP 134 MAGIC MIRROR RED’S SPORTING GOODSWESTERN CON CRETE CORP. 1355Tr NELSON’S SHOES A M STATE BANK OF MOUND Mound Wayzata Excelsior Hopkins MINNETONKA HERALD SKARET’S CABINETS DUANE’S PHILLIP 66 NETKA’S MARKSON COMPANYWESTONKA TELEPHONE RON’S STANDARD SEARS TONKA MILLS BUD’S PURE OIL 137PIGGLY WIGGLY CHUCK’S HARDWARE QIK AND EZY 138 SHEPHERD’S FALNESS’S BARBER SHOPV 9 py Fresh. brand Halgren’s Creamery Maple Plain, Minn. 139GAMBLES AND MOUND BUILDER’S SUPPLYMUELLER’S CHARLOTTE’S AT NAVARRE NAVARRE LANES FARMER’S INSURANCE GROUP LONGPRE’S ROSEMARIE’S PHILBROOK INS. GENE’S NORTH STARG S CABINETS MOIINP, MINN V hovjL 412 - 3 a 3 a ♦ MARINA BARBER SHOP 5S aS8 3 KBS i i • j ST • . ap| VM MOUND BODY SHOP ,ii -a ml MOUND LANES MINNETONKA PLUMBING RONNIE’S CLEANERS MARTIN’S TEXACO BIG V STORE Marina Center Mon.-Fri.: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Sat.: 9a.m.-6 p.m. Best of Luck to The Class of 1968 NAVARRE DAIRY J. R. CLARK Good Luck Always to the Class of 1 968 FLAM’S GARAGE Navarre May the Future bring you Success Happiness 144 MINNETONKA OILGood Luck and Success to the Class of 1 968 NORTHERN CONTRACTING CO. 941-3600 Hopkins, MinnesotaA Ahrahamson. Deborah 62. 87. 105 Ackerman, Herbert 69 • Adams, Marvin 28 Advertising 180 • Ahsenmacher, Mary 28. 98. 105 • Alexander. Ann 28.' 82. 85. 87. 100. 103 Alexander, Jane 13, 62. 82. 83. 85. 88. 97 A lien burg, Sara 69. 103 Anderson, Paul 69 •Andersen. Sharon 28, 57. 79. 83. 85. 93. 96. 103. 106 •Anderson, Arden 28 °Anderson. Barbara •Anderson, Carol 28. 85. 87. 92. 98. 100, 101 Anderson, Deborah 62. 82. 92. 93. 103. 108 ANDERSON. E. WILLIAM 15. 97 Anderson, Gail 62. 103 Anderson. Gregory 62 Anderson. Janet 69, 91. 101 Anderson. Joan 69, 103 Anderson. John 62. 102 Anderson. Martin 62 Anderson. Mary 62, 8-1. 88. 92 Anderson, Peter 69, 91. 115 Anderson. Sandra 62. 85 Anderson. Victoria 62. 68. 84, 87. 93. 97. 105 Andreasen. Barbara 69. 81. 87. 94. 103 ° A rend. Georgia 28 Arend. John 69 Art Department 19 Asao. David 62 Asao. Rosemary 69. 103 Ash. Mark 69 ASHMORE. WILLIAM 21. 124 Aslesen, Donald 62. 123 Aune. Ellen 62, 85. 103 Autrey. Charles 69. 97. 117 B Babatz, Sandra 62. 8-1, 93, 97. 98 BABCOCK, FRANCIS H. — Counselor 8 Backlund. James 62 Backstrom. Lorraine 62. 85. 105 •Bailey. Larry 28. 102 Bailey. Lee 69 Bailey. Shirley 69 •Baird. Jerald 29, 91 Baird. Katherine 62, 103. 105 Baird. Ronald 69 •Baker, Joseph 29 Barrett. Charles 69 •Barrett. Melinda 21, 29. 86. 95 Basketball — "A" Squad 121 Basketball — "B” Squad 127 Basketball — Junior Varsity 126 Batchelor. Polly 69, 94. 103. IOI •Batdorf. Ka 29. 86. 105 Batdorf. Marsha 69. 91 “Reuben. Jennifer 29. 86. 92 Bee. Curtis 69 •Bee. Michael 29 •Bohm. Robert 29 BEHMLER. E. J. principal 6 Behmler, John 62. I 13. 117 Bell. Randall 70, Ot •Bender. Heidi 29. 84, 87. 92. 100 Benike. I.eonetta 70 •Bennett. Sharon 30, 86 Bennett. Thomas Bennett. William 62 BennyhofT. Bonita 70, 90, 91 ‘BennyhofT. Sandra 30, 81. 90. 98. 99 BENSON, STEPHEN 20 Brent, Thomas 70. 115 Berge. Candace 62. 81. 103. 105 Berglaud. Gloria 62 Bergmann, Beverly 70. 81. 103 Bergstrom, Glen 70. 105, 116. 117 Berquist, Barbara 62 Berquist, Gregg 63 Besse. Kirk 63. 85. 86. 87. 88. 105 Betzen. Sandra 63 Betzler, Michael 63. 91 •Betzold. Jeanne 30. 58 Bickford. Susan 70. •Bickford, Virginia 30. 86. Birkeland, Bruce 70 Blake. Robert 70. 117 Block. Calvin 19, 63 Block. Kathleen 21. 30 BLOMIJE, JOHN 12,112,113, 124,125 •Blood. Kathleen 30, 95 BOCKHAUS, HARRY H. 20 Boik. Donna Boll, Anne 63, 83. 96, 103. 105 Bosiger. Mary 63, 85. 87. 103 Boyd, David 70 Brandenburg, Gayle 63. 81. 92. 97 Brandenburg, Pamela 70. 94. 103 °Braun, Mildred 30 •Brekke, Karen 30 Brekke, Nancy 63. 96. 103 •Brickley, David 31 Brickley. Steven 70 Brockopp. Terry 63. 87. 95. 98. 103. 105. 106 Broich. Barbara 31 Broich. Dale 63 •Brugger, Rolf 31. 59. 80. 82. 85. 104. 105 •Bruhn. Bonnie 31. 81. 91 Bruhn, Dianne 63 Bruns. Frankie Ann 70 Bryce. Deborah 63 Bryce. Laurie 63. 87. 98. 103. 105. 108 Buckley. Lianc 70 Buell. Carol 70 Burak. Robert 63 BURKHART, SHARON II BURTON. ROSEMARY 16 Bush. Randall 63, 116, 126 Busch. Vickie 70 Business Courses Department 16, 17 Butler, Todd 63 "Byers. Melody 16, 31. 103 C •Carlbom. Paul 31, 93 Carleen. John II. 31 Carlin, Gay 70 Carlson. Diane 63, 103 Carlson. Jennie 63. 84, 97. 98 •Carlson. Ronald 31. 93. 102. 124. 125 Carlson. Tracey 63, 84, 85. 87. 90. 97. 103, 105 Cates, Roxanne 70 Cecka. Teresa 63, 103 Cheerleaders — "A” Squad 108 Cheerleaders — "B” Squad 109 Cheney. Catherine 70. 94 Choral Section 92. 93. 94 •Christie. Darilyn 32. 95 Clark. Charles 63 •Clark. D-slie 32, 95 •Clifford. RheeKay, 32. 92 •Cloud, Lawrence 32. 113 Cloud. Ronald 63, 93 Cole, Diane 63. 81. 87. 92. 98. 103 •Cole, Jeanette 32. 93 Coleman. Pamela 63, 91 Coleman. Stephen 70. 103 Combs. Colleen 70. 94. 103. KM Combs, Denice 70 Concert Band 90 Coulter, Elizabeth 70. 103 Cox. Deborah 70, 82. 90. 103. 105 Cox. Linda 32, 84, 86. 106 Cressy, Jeanne 32 Cross Country 116 •Curtis. Michael 32. 98. 100 Custodians 9 D Dale. Carla 70. 90. 103, 104. 105 Daly. Michael 63, 89. 91. 121 Dantis. Denise 70 146Dapkus, Dcitorali 63t 84. 9o Davidson, Nancy 70 Davis. Dennis 70, 94 Davis, Julie 63, 83, 93 Davis, Penelope 63. 96, ]q3 Davis, Raymond 63, 81. 86. 97. 123 Davis. Wendy 33, 84, 87. 95 Dean, William 63 Debate Club 86 Decker, Sandra 70 DeVinney. Ronald 70 °Diamond. Richard 33. 56, 90 Dickey. Deborah 63, 85 92 97 103, 104 Dickson. Roberta 70. 94 Dittmar. Sharon 63. 84. 87 103 105. 106 Dittrich, Mary 63, 97. 103. 109 Dodds. Kirk 63. 102. 113. 11 1. 117 Donahue, Patricia 70, 91 Donart. Charles 70 I)omsbach. Robert 33 •Drake. Sally 33. 85. 87. 93. 96 98 103. 105 •Dressel. Gerald 33 Dubey. Paul 63 Dudek. Elizabeth 33, 95 Duehn. Mickey 70. 97. 117 Ihigstad. Richard 70 E Ebert, Darlene 63 Ecdes. John 70, 115. 123 •Ecklund. Patricia 33. 80. 82. 85. 100 HIDE. DUANE A. 10 Eiss. Ham 34, 57.81, 102. 113. 121. 122 English Department 10. II ERICKSON, ARTHUR 10 Erickson. Sandra 63, 98. 100. 103. 105 •Erickson. Sharon 34. 8-1 Erickson. Wayne 70 ESSELMAN, GERALD R. 11 Estenson. Martha 70. 82 ’Evanoff. Nichols 34, 86 Evenson. Wendy 70 F •pahrman. Patricia 34. 82. 85. 87. 96. 98. 103, 106 Palk, Reidum 63, 105 Parley. Sean 34, 58, 82, 90. 95 ‘Farness. Joyce 34. 82. 96. 103 •payville, Terry 86 •Pelt. Gretchen 34, 58, 87. 93 •Penstad. Chervl 34. 85. 87. 98. 103. 105. 106 Ferguson, John 70. 90, 100 FERGUSON, MINTIE 18. 84 Fleck. Barbara 64. 85 Fletcher. Barbara 70. 81. 103, 104 Fletcher, Linda 35, 86 Floe. Debra 64, 82. 85. 105 Floe, Laurie 70. 103, 104. 105 •Floe. Marcene 35. 84. 92. 98. 103. 105, 109 Football "A" Squad 112 Football "B" Squad 115 Forcier, Elvern 64 Foreign Language Department 18 Foss. Charlotte 61, 90. 103, 105 Fox. James 70. 82. 90. 115. 117 Fox. Robert 35, 90 FOX, ROBERT W. 16 •Frankie, Diane 35. 91. 98. 99 Frankie Susan 70. 84. 90. 103 •Fredrickson. Curtis 35 Fredrickson. Steven 70. 123 Fredsall. Nancv 64. 105 Frevert. Mark 64, 84. 87. 89. 102. 109 •Friden, Lucinda 35. 57. 103, 105, I o9 Friden, Steven 70. 105 •Fritz. Linda 35. 98. 107 FURLONG. PATRICK A. 17. 86. 120. 122 Future Homemakers of America % G Gables, Clinton 35, 57. 113 Gagne. Elizal»eth 70 Gagne. Kathleen 64. 85. 92. 95. 103. 105. 108 Galati. Steven 61 Gallistel. Susan 64. 84, 86, 97 Ganzel, John 64 Ganzel. Virginia 70, 83. 87. 94, 103 Garvais. Beverly 70, 103. 161 Garvais. Gerald 64 Geagan. Michael 21. 36. 102. 105. 113 Gehrke, Carol 71 German Club 84 •Geyen. Jean 36. 57, 80. 86. 96 Geycn. Nancy 64 Geyen, Steven 71 Gibson. Jane 64, 85. 90. 97. 103 Gilbertson. Gordon 71 Gilbertson. Steven 61, 105 Gilmore. Elizabeth 71. 83. 103 Gilmore, Linda 71 Gilmore, Marlene 61. 83. 96. 103 GIMMESTAD, MELVIN W. 13. 82 Good. Patricia 61. 95, 103. 108 •Goodwater. Harriet 36 Goodwater. Leon 71 •Gordon, Gary 36. 81, 121 Gormon. Kathleen 71. 91, 103 Gould. Linda 61 Gove. Andrea 61, 85. 87. 105 Gove, Channing 71, 82, 115. 123 •Gove, Jeffrey 36, 91. 102. 105. 113. 120 GOVE. ROBERT C. 13. 112. 113. 114 Graeber. Michael 61 Graeber. Nancy 61. 103 Gravelle. Gene 61 Gravelle, Sharon 36 Grey. Todd 61 Gronvold. Lance 61. 91 °Groschen. Carole 36, 56. 81. 82. 84. 92. 98. 99. 103, 109 Groves, Timothy 64. 82. 93. 97 •Gruhn. Janet 36 ‘Grundmeier. Charlene 37. 82. 86 Guidance Department 8 Gl'LBRANDSON, DONALD 10. 87 •Gunderson. Carol 37 Gun ion. Wanda 71. 83. 101 Gustafson, Debra 71, 96 Gustafson. Gregory 64 •Gustafson, Marcia 37 •Gustner. Darlene 37 H •Hackl. John 37 Hack). Roberta 71, 87. 94. 103. 1(41 •Hadden, Wendy 37. 90. 91. 1(H). 103 HADDORF. OSCAR A. 22. 102 Hagen. Walter 71, 123 Haglund. Bart 61 Haller. Donata 64. 84. 103 Haller, Paula 71. 103. )Q4 Hall of Fame 56. 57. 58 Hamlett, Debra 71 Hamlin, Charles 71, 123 Hamlin. Charlotte 71 Hamlin, Joseph 71, 115 Hammer, Rose 71 Hanson, Gary 37 Hanson, Gene 71, 105 Hanson. Phillip 71 HANSON. ROGER 15. 115 •Hanson, Sharon 37. 90. 105 Hanson. Terrence Hanssen, Paul 64 Hardina. Steven 61. 102. 116. 120 123 Hanlon. Glen 9-4 Harrington. Deborah 64 Hartman. Linda 64, 91 Harvey. Barbara 71. 94. 103, 101 Hasse. Judy 38, 85. 95, 100. 101 •Havens. Shelly. 38. 87. 93. 103. 105 147Heath, Karen 12. 61, 88. 95. I(K). 103. 105 Hedin, Vennio 71 Hefty. Edward 61 Mcinsrh. Linda 61. 98 Hoinsch. Stanley 88. 80 licit . Charles 71 licit .. I)avid 71 licit . Patricia 61 llcllcr. Terry 71 Henderson. Jan 71. 81. 108. 101 'Henderson. John 88 Henderson. Pamela 71. 91 Hendrickson. Stephen 61 Hendrickson. Tore 71 Henke. Mary 88, 86 Henning. James 71. 128 Henrieh. Teresa 88. 85. 87. 92. 98. 00 Hesse. Colleen 61. 108, KM Mlesselgrave. James 88. 86 Hibelink. Michael 61. 121 •Hicks, Valerie 88. 86 Hicks. Willa 64, 95 Hijnis. Linda 71. 108 Hillman. Carol 61. 85. 108 Hinga. Sandra 89, 105 Hint . Kloise 71. 91. 103 Hoaglund. George 89 Hockey — "A” Squad 120 Hockey — "B” Squad 128 Ilodena. Howard 71 llodena. William 61 Hoff. Norman 71. 91. 128 Hoff. Susan 65. 98 Hollmotz. Pamela 89. 56. 87. 103, 108 •Holloway. Jerel 89. 90. 91 Hollow av. Joel 65 Holloway. Noel 65. 92. 102. 116 Homecoming 80, 81 Homecoming Queen 79 Home Economics Department 19 Hos field, Margaret 65. 68. 85. 87. 02. 98, 108. 108 HOT VET. ROBERT 23 •House, Robert 39. 87. 93, 102. 124 Hubbard. John 65 •Hubbell. Dennis 39 Huelskamp, Anna 39. 86 Huff. Jeanne 39. 80. 92. 93. 103, 109 Hultstrand. Glenn 71. 90, 115 Hunt. Barbara 40, 105 Hunt, Patricia 71, 91 Hurley, Paul 65 Hyde. Robert 71. 90 I Industrial Arts Department 20, 21 Irvine, Jean 65, 91, 105 Iverson. Cheryl 65. 90 Iverson. Clarice 71. 96 •Iverson. Darlene 10,93. 105 IVERSON, DR. KENNETH Superintendent 7 Iverson. Kristine 65. 90. 95 J JACKSON. JAMES J. 10 Jackson. Pamela 71. 103. 109 •Jackson. Scott 10. 82. 93. 102. 113. 111. 121 Jacob. Chuntel 65. 85. 98. 101. 105 Jacobson. Diane 72 ’Jacobson. Richard 1(1 •Japs. David 10. 81. 93. 102. 118. Ill JENKS. Gl V 12. I 16. 117 Jensen. Daniel 72 Jensen. Judith 72. 103 Jensen. Kevin 65 •Jensen. Paul 10 Jerdee. James 72. 121 Johnson. Candace 10. 84. 87. 93. 98. 99 Johnson. Catherine 65 Johnson. Connie 10 Johnson. Dale 72 Johnson. David 65. 91. 105. 117 Johnson. Delira 72 Johnson. Ecrner, 65. 81. 97 Johnson. Eredrick 65. 117 ' Johnson. Gavle II. 82. 86. 92. 96, 103. 105 JOHNSON, GRACE 11 Johnson. Jeffrey 72. 91 Johnson. Jill 72. 103. 105 Johnson. Julie 65. 81. 87. 90. 97. 103, 105. 107 Johnson. Karen 72, In I Johnson. I.awerencc 72. 105 •Johnson. Linda 11. 85 Johnson. W endy 65. 87. 90, 105 Jones, Steven 65 Jordan. J. 91 Jostrom. Jane 72 Junior Class Play 88 Jusola. Peggy 72. 91 K Kakacli. Paul 65, 82. 126 Kamrath. Jcffcrey 65 Kane; Mary 65 'Keller. Gregory II. 84. 120 Kellogg, Steven 65, 82. 113. 121 Kepke, Stephen 11 Keppel. Wayne 72 Kolzback. Chervl 11. 86 KING. PATRICK 13 Kitchen Staff 9 Knott. Gordon 13. 65. 68. 90. 116. 126 Koecheler. Charles 72. 117 Koeehclcr. Geraldine 65 Koecheler. Mark 72 Koehler. Margaret 72. 103, 105 •Koclm. Richard 11.91. 102. 113 °Koehnen, Karen II. 98 Koelmen. Linda 72 Koehncn. Steven 72 Kocrher. Deborah 65 Koerber. Toni 72. 85. 103, 109 Kohls. Doris 72. 96 Kolbo. Deborah 72 Kopperud. Sally 72 Kraft. Steven 11 Krause. Deborah 72. 103 Krisatis. Sharon 65. 95 Krisalis. Terrance 12 Krotz. Paula 12. 95 Krueger. Daryl 72. 116. 117 “Krueger. Elaine 12 Krueger. Sharon 72. 103 Kugler. Nancy 65 Kulberg. Keith 72. I 15 Kurtz. W illiam Kuschill. Barbara 72 •Kuschill. Mary 12. 83. 84 Kust. Michael 72. 117 KYLLO. SI SAN 10. 100 I. •LaEave. Mary 12. 91. 105 LaEavor. Robert 65. 113. 120 LACE. R A N DEL 19. 105 Lakin. Linda 65. 87. 92. 95. 98. 103 Lambrccht, LuRac 65. 84, 103 Landsman. Bradley 72 Lange. Nancy 72. 83. 94 •Langford. Donald 12 Larson. David 65, 92. 102. 113. II Larson. Kovcn 65. 89. 92 Larson. Lonnie 42 Lasater. Stephen 72 Latterellc. Susan 65 Lattin. Maren 72. 82 Laube. Christine 72. 90. 103 Leckie. Jeanette 12. 56. 87. 95. 103. I Of) Leckie, Kevin 72 Lee. Allen 65. 116 Lee. Jeffery 72. 1 15 Lee. Richard 65. 113. 123 Lee, Richard 72. 115 •l-ec. Virginia 43. 90. 103. 105 Lce-Steere, Andrea 16, 43, 59, 87, 103, 105 Lehman. Linda 65. 82. 81. 93. 98. 103. 105. 106 148'Leighton. Patricia 13, 85. 87. 93, 103, 105 L'ighton. Timothy 72 'Leipzig. Lance 13. 90. 102, 105. 113 Leipzig, Sandra 65. 103, 101 Lesselyong, Frank 65, 102. 126 l win, Paul 20. 65, 113. 117 Lewis. Barbara 65. HI. 86. 90. 97. 103 Library Department 10, 95 ‘Lidberg, Bruce 43, 91 .Lien. Judith 72 Lien. Teresa 65, 82 Lind. Hubert 66, 105. 117 Lindell. Krir 66 Lindholm. Gordon 66 Lindholm, Panada 66 Lindlan, Kenric 66. 105, 113 I INDQl 1ST. MARIAN Nurse 9. 83 Lindquist. Steven 72 Lough. Dorothy 66 Lovaasen, David 72. 91. 115, 123 Luby, David 72 Lund. William 66. 100. 102 Lundin, Linda 72, 90 Lyckholm. Laurie 66. 87, 93, 105 M M Club 102 •Maas. Kldon Maas, Honatd 66 Maass. Robert 66. 97 MACIAS. MANUEL 18. 85 Madson. Gregory 66. 97. 116. 126 •Magnus. Mark 13 Magnus. Paul 73, 115 Magntison. Gerald 66 Majorettes 107 Malcheski, Rita 73 •Marschke. Darlene 43, 86 •Mason. William 13. 102. 113 Massengale. Diana 73. 81. 87. 104. 105 Math Club 97 Math Department 1 1 Matson. Thomas 20. 66. 92. 102. 113. 124 McClellan. Mark 73 •McClure. Colleen 44. 87 McClure. Kathleen 66 •McCollom. Brian 21. 44. 102. 113. III. 120. 122 •McDonald. Karen Cl. 95 •McGill. Frank LI McGowan. Brian 66, 123 Mclnnis. Ron 73 MacINTYRE, WILLIAM C. 23, 90 McKenney. Eileen 73. 85. 90 McKenney. Michael 73 •McKenney, Terry II. 58 •MrNeal, Peggy 11. 85. 87. 96. 98. 103. 105 •McVay. William II. 85 Meredith. Terry 73 Merrill. Steven 73 Messer, Linda 66. 81. 98 Mey, Karen 73. lot. 104 Vleyer, Cynthia 66. 81. 86. 91. 97. 103, 105 •Michel. Catherine 14. 95 ‘Michel. Douglas 45 Michel. Marilyn 73 Michl. Mnrilynn 66. 81. 103 Miller. Denise 73 Miller. Kathleen 73 •Miller. Peter 45, 55. 121 •Miller. Susan 15. 82. 95. 103, 106 Mittclslaedt. P rank 73 Miltclstaedt. Steven 66, 91 Mohawkettes 106 Mohian 98, 99 Mohwinkel, Jilliane 66 Monteith. Su« 66. 90 Mooers. Steven 66. 68. 92. 102. 113. 117 Moran. Mary Ellen 66. 81. 87. 97, 103. 105 ' Moravec, Robert 66. 8-1. 87. 97. 103, 105 Morgart. Christopher 66 Morse, Melissa 66. 85 Mross. Linda 73 Mueller. Rebecca 66. 82. 81. 92. 93, 97, 103, 105, 106 •Mulen. George 11. 15. 90. 91. 105 Murray, Michael 73 Musgrove. David 73. 115 Music Department 23 MUSSER. KENT A. Counselor 8. 124. 125 MUTH. ERVIN ( . 17. 98. 99 N Neighbors, Joyce •Neitge, Jean 15, 81. 82. 92. 93. 96, 103, 106 NELSON. FRANCIS 11. 86 •Nelson. John Scott 15. 82. 81. 91. 102. 101. 105. 113 Nelson. Patricia 66. 84, 91. 97. 103. 104. 105 Netka. Michael 73 Neumann. Donald 73 Newman. Ritchie 66 •Niccum, Diane 15. 95, 105 •Niccuin, Randi 15. 105 •Niccum. Rick 46 •Nicholls. Jan is 46, 87. 104. 105 Nicholls, Scott 73 •Nielsen. Kimberly 16. 85. 87. 98 Nielsen, ki tstine 69, 7 ') I. In ; NIELSON, CLAYTON M. 15 •Noland, Roberta 16, 87, 92. 93 Nordblom. Constance 66. 85. 87. 90.91. 103. 109 Nordstrom. Ronald 73. 91. 117 Nor en. Loren 66 Norton. Colleen 73 Nymocn. Michael 66 O Oas. Deborah 66, 85. 87. 89, 107 Obcrg. Charles 73. 91. 115 •Odden. Robert 16. 81 ‘Odell, Steven 16 Office Stall 9 Office Workers 95 Ogland, Timothy 73 Olimann. Trudy 66. 92. 96 Olsen, Brian 66. 92. 97 Olsen. Diane 73. 81. 103 Olsen. Kristina 86. 90. 91. 101 OLSON. HERBERT 21 Olson. Janet 73 •Olson. John 16, 120 Olson. Ronald 66 O’Malley, Deirdre66. 84. 87. 103 O’Mallev, Sean 73 •O’Neil, Daniel 46, 113 •Orn. Marlye Ann 17. 98. 99. 103. 105 Ortenblad, Patricia 69, 73, 81, 87, 103 Oslund. James 66, 97. 105 Osmonson. Susan 66. 92 “Osterherg. Robert 121. 122 ‘Otrey, Diana 17, 95 Otten. Geraldine 73 Owen. Douglas 73. 121 P •Palesotti. Anthony 17 Palmer. Mark 66 Palmer. Mary 73. 94. 101 Parno. LeRoy 66 •Patzwald, Craig 17 Pearson. Constance 73. 103 •Pedersen. Jack 17, 58. 102, 113, 121 Pedersen, Karie 73, 82, 103. 109 •Pedersen, Lance 47. 85 Pedersen, l,ori 73. 90. 103 Pedersen. Sally 73. 91. 103 Pep Club 103 Perkins. Robert 73. 81 PESONEN HELLEN 19 Peters. Kristine 66. 85 149Petersen. Jay 73, 91, 115. 123 Peterson, Cheryl 73 “Peterson, David 47, HI, 102. 124, 125 “Petri. Urn 17, 85, 98. 99 Petty, Jefferson 73. 85. 91, 117. 118 •Petty, Michael 18, 85. 87. 92. 98 PhiIbrook. Stephen 18.92. 102 Pieper, Jon 73 Piepkorn, Timothy 66, 81. 86. 91. 97, 105 Pierce. Dale Plant. Bradley 66, 113 Podlogar. Holier! 66. 105 Pogue. Larry 66 •Poirier. Audrey 18 Polk. VI illiam 66 Price. Barbara 66. 93 •Printup. Patty 18. 81 “Proctor. Jone 48 Ptacek. Gwen 73. 83. 97. 103 “Ptacek. Robert 48 “Puffer. John 18 Pugh. Sherrie 67. 84. 98, 99, 103. 101 Purvey, Anthony 74. 123 “Purvey, James 48 Putman. Coralic67. 103. 104. 105 R Rainey. Robert 67 Rasmussen, Allison 67 “Reese. Janet 49. 95 Reilein. Honda 74, 91. 103. 104 Reilein. Sandra 67. 90. 103 RKIMF.R, DONALD 12 Heinken. James 67. 81 Renner. Roseann 67. 103 “Rennie. James 49. 80. 102. 124 Rezba. Charlien 74. 103. 105. 109 Rifle. Mary 74 Rigelhof, Mary 67 Riis, Cindy 74 •Rines. Steven 19. 56. 87, 95 Rines, Susan 74. 87. 91. 103 “Roberts, Susan 49 Robinson. Rachel 74, 91 Rockvam. Norman 67. 82. 89. 93, 97. 102 Roelofs. Gerald 67. 92. 95. 100. 101, 113 “Rogers. JoAnn 19, 90 Rogers. Ronald 74. 123 •Romness, Kay 19. 95. 96. 105 Romness, Mary 74. 82. 91. 103. 105 Roskaft. Bruce 67. 81. 92. 105 Ross, Barbara 67. 97 Ross Kathryn 74 •Ross, Susan 19. 93 “Roth. Bruce 49. 57.80 •Roufs. Mary 50. 105 Royce, Bradley 67 Rudnicki, Jacob 67. 121 •Runman. Kathy 50. 86. 93 Rust, Sallie 74 Rutherford. Daniel 67 Ruud. Boyd 71, 115 Rye. Susan 67. 93. 97 S Salden. Mark 67 Saltzman, David 12. 67. 92 “Saltzman, Paulette 50. 93 Sand. Francis 67. 97 •Sandness. Karen 50. 81. 85. 87. 92. 98. 99 “Sanow. William 50, 81 Sather. Diane 67. 87. 92. 97. 103. 105 Saumler . Suzette 71 Scheppman. Owen 71 •Schernau. Carol 50. 101 Schcrnau. Patric ia 74, 83. 85. 103 Scherven. Jon 74, 121 Sehild. Linda 71, 82. 91, 103, 105. 109 Schiltgen. Pauleen 67 Seldasinger, Larry 74 SCHLICHTING. MELVIN F. 6 Schluter, Gretchen 71 103 Schmidt, Nick 71. 115 “Schmidt. Stephen 50. 113. 105 “Schmieding. David 50 “Scholcr. Alice 55. 105 “Scholl, Sharon 51. 105 Scholl. Susan 71 Schoolboard 7 Schrader. Sl.aryl 74. 94. 103 Schroeder, Clarence SCHROEDER. DENNIS 15 Schroeder, James 67. 92 SCHt LTE. JAMES 11 Schultz. David 67 Schultz. Kathy 67 “Schultz. Linda 51. 58 Schwartz. Timothy 74. 115 Science Club 97 Science Department 15 Scott. Ginger 74. 82. 103. 105 Segner. Catherine 74 Segner. Gary 71 Shaughmssy. Robert 69. 71. I 15 Shaughness . Roger 71 •Shephard. Chervl 51. 57. 80. 103. 105. 106 “Sherman. Jody 51. 103. 106 Shultz. Jeffrey 67 SIMONDKT, NORMAN 11. 97 Simmons. Michael Simon. Eljean 71 Sincheff, Meryl 67. 93 Sinner, Daniel 69, 74. I 15. 123 Ski Club 101, 105 Skaret. Sheila 67 Skinner. John 74, 115. 120 Skoog. Kim 74. 115 Sleehta. Charles 67 “Smith. David 51, 83 Smith. Diane 74. 96. 104 Smith. Mary 67 Smith. Sara 74. 82. 83. 90 “Smith, Shirley 51 Smith. Thomas 74. I 15. 117 Smoke Signal 100, 101 Social Studies Department 12. 13 Sohns. Nancy 67 SolyM. Steven 67 Soule. Diane 7 1. 90 Soule. Jacquelyn 67. 87. 103 “Soule, Richard 51. 121 Spanish Club 85 Spieltstaszcr, Gail 67 “Splettstaszer. David 51 “Spieltsloeszer. Shirley 52 Stage Crew 95 Stcllo. Patricia 67 “Stevenson. Candace 52 Stevenson. Elizabeth 67 STOCKTON, ROBERTA 19. 96 “Sloddart. Carol 52. 81. 87. 93. 100. 103 “Stralev. Stanley 52 Strand. Dougla 74. 94. 123 Strom. Arlene 67. 82. 107 Student Council 82 Sullivan. James 74. 123 “Sullivan. Michael 52. 102 Sundlie. Deborah 71. 91 Superintendent of Schools 7 “Swanson. Barbara 52, 87. 103 Swanson. Linda 71. 103. 105 Swanson. Margie 74. 91. |03 Swenson. Mark 75 “Swenson. Thomas 52 “Swenson. William 52 T Taffe. Michael 67. 102, 113. 126 Teetzel. Cvnthia 67 TEIGEN. ROBERT 20 Templin, I»is 67. 81 Terrell. Lynn 67 •Terrell. Stephen 53 •Tessmer. Mark 53. 93 Tessmer. Paula 67. 93 Tharp. Deborah 67. 81. 87, 98 103. 105 Thespians 87 Theobald. Frank 75 Thies. Blake 150Thomas. Linda 75 Thomas. Lynn 53. 85. 90 Thompson. Cheri 67 Thompson. James 67 Thorne. Stephen 75 °TobinvJay 53, 120 Tower. Deon 75 Trieselmann, Hans 67. 97 •Trippler. Daryla 53. 87. 93. 99. 103 Tweed. Victoria 67 Tyra. Hhonda 53. 86 U I dell. Linda 75. 103 •1 1 rick. W illiam 53 I mbehocker, Joyce 67. 93 I'ndem. Olga 75. 83. 96 I ndem. Stanley Lndem. Sven 67 V Valek. John 75 VanLiere. Kent 75. 90. 97. 100 •VanLiere. Sandra 53. 85. 87. 92. 100. 103 Von F.nde, Carol 67. 107 Voorhees, Clinton 68 Voorhees. Linda 75 W W'autaja. Keith 51. 105 W agner. Steven 68, 85. 105 W aldrofT. David 68. 121 Wall. Connie 75 •Wallin. Carol 51. 93, 98. 100. 101 Wallin. Craig 75.91. 115 •Wallin. Dale 54. 91. 102. 105. 113 Walton. WCsley 75 Ward. Patricia 68. 95. 103. 105. 106 Ward. Sharon 68. 92 Wamheke. John 75 W atson. Brian 75 WEBER. GERALD IL 11. 112. 113. 120. 122 ° W ebster. John 54 •W eeks. James 54. 57. 82. 90. 100. 102 Weidenbach. Craig 75. 94. 97 Weiland. Frank 68. 126 W eiland. Kevin 68 Welch, Amy 75. 87. 94. 103 Welch. Ella 68 •Welch. Mark 54. 91 W elch. Marlene 68 •Welch. Thomas 51. 79.93. 121 Welf. Laurel West. Roger 68 Wheeler. Terry Ann 75 •White. Darlene 54 Whiting. Kae 68 ‘ W ilkes. Daniel 55 W ilkes. Laura 75 W i Ilia ill'. Diane 75. 96 W illiams. Joseph 75 W illiamson. Wendy 68.81. 103 W ilson. Constance 68 Wilson. James 75 Wirt . Gayle 75 Wong. Kenneth 68. 92. 97 Woodward. Martha 75. 91. 103. 101. 105, 109 Worner. Wendy 68. 82. 81. 93. 97. 103. 106 W red berg. Ray 68 Wrestling — "A” Squad 117 Wright. Emilie Joycee 68. 96 Wyman. Kathleen 75. 94 Y YOl G. KATHRYN ANN 22. 85. 103 •Young. Kenneth 5. 55. 87. 98. 100. 101 Z Zoldahn. Marlene 68 •Seniors 151“Happiness is a completed 1968 Mohian." At times this seemed impossible, and so there are many whom I would like to thank for making this come true. THANK 01 : Karen. Maryle. Darylu. Teresa. 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